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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
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Wall and ' xprM .-40 P. M. 036 P. U
Bfrintflali Awoa. via,lei.i, SAC P. M.- 105 A, M.
ao. lkammiAtio.... im Jl. M. t Pi 5.
amta Umm 8nJhy ottiU'. fcoitMoaday.
Night Iiil'ieaa.... A. M. 10 A. M
attaAiesa. . 6:00 A. M. - li
d P.,
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Btaltltar -at Oh la Rilr Ceatral
Oil W ll U UtMmi oil -'.'
Lightning Express,,.. .,.'.ll:t A. M.': '83 P.
Kxprase ' IUUuM...iu.J. 1:11 P. M.' UM p. M.
euj aTji.Hi tTtib w-AJ Smith, AjWU.i-.
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COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE. CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
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COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE. CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE. CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
[Telegraph Markets Inside.]
[Telegraph Markets Inside.] Weekly Review of Columbus Market.
STATESMAN OFFICE, Dec. 22.
i. APPI-BS Sales at3 754 60 per bar-
reU and 160200 perbushel.- ;'-. .i
c BUTTEB in demand at 40o. for prime
BBOibM-Firm 'and" 'ntjehanetf; I
note small sales ot common at $3 253 75;
medium at f 3 00 3 50; and extra at 4 00.
Fancy are quoted at 5 00. r,
CHEESE Firm, irith an Upward ten
Voey. .Salt of Dairy at 1717i'Ci and
Dbto factory at )e. 1 ij-u....
COFFEE Firm and in Rood demand;
Sales of common Rio at 202amediara
do at 3325cAnf prime to; choice 25
2c. Java is sellin at 33(3400.'' '
'nbfeUGS AND DYESUbcbariged 'at
firics. subject to toe usual variations ia i
hi toaf ket;' '.We quote : -'AtcoboU -3 15
er (tallotn'AHnm 44ef Borax 4042ct
"VMorolorm -l 10.&) per lb; Opperss ,
9($2c; Gum Camphor 91 251 85 per lb
. Iitdio 1 351 65 per lbt -Movphtne (aee- j
'late 11 50aia 00 per Z4T Oir Cinnamon!
ti 254 50 per pzA Oil, Cod Liver, 1 80 !
a 25 pr Kaiion ; uu, uuve ousz i per
.ralli Quinine gnlpnate 3 '803 40 per
,ox. ; Epsom Salts 44 Saltpetre 815c;
'Sulphur 78c-' 1 "'
KGGa-rFlrm, with an upward tendency.
W n'nntA at 3rtraiS!B ier dozen, "i
FIrill Sales ot No. 1 Mackerel, half bar-;
rela, at 50: Jfora aa. til 00; White fish,!
new, af $7 -aiTiaif barrels;' Gibbed Her-'
rTing'at 95 25; Labrador do. at $7 00; dried
i flo at 60c ; new Cod Fish to 9ot i i t
FEED Salas of Bran at 1 2& per"htjn-,
dred; iSborte at $1 60 per bundled; and Mid--'dlingg
at t 00 per hundreds A . ,i- .
r FLOUB--Sales of Spring at 1 608 00;
Innd white at 8 609 00. " - - -i i
, FBUIT AJND NUTS The demand for
"Tbrelgn- trait IS jrood. ' We 'quote: Layer
. Halelna at A3 7S tnr MA. nil SU RA for Tipwi
ciiinJa17f-TmnM 18ef Hn fifHaXtc; Clt-i
jeans zuiSHc; isntzu nuts ioiwit, oa-rumes.
arters,' 25c; Oranges $7-1XV Lemons $6.
"BHAIJ
GRAIN-Wbeat ateadyi at SI 301 50
' for primed red; Oats 4045c? Rye $1 15;
rjCoraBOeperbtisbelJ' t c r-r n r.y.Ur
l! t 'H HMO. A7r RnfVnr dpmind U
"'flmlted, owing ta the progress af be killJ
tng season-,- Sad1 quotations. ara nomioal;
" We give1 Mess Pork at $28 00, and Dried
Seef at'2538ev; ia
f1" 'BOGS-Firm,wttli an apward tendency;
"iale-a $760800 gross. ;uj -v ; i
T . V T J )n XITm ma m!
of clean brighaTTrnoihy "from wagons at
aid 0Gal& 00 bertonr baled $5 00 higher.
o.Cloverlsgaoteddnllat$5608 00.- Straw,
c-ttate -farivM- ft OftaaiyY net
nn .5T) "Jf! i.-Kii:i-)r f
0'-rrtttfirrTrtrmpr w WiuiwiOntA
. - - - r
At $1 001 02. ' ' 1 '."y v","1- o
LARD 'Ooll at 15(S620o.:iO''- T O i
w 17 . . vf-w onrvi, ' ' nnL
ward tdeneySmaUlesrt-Drop Shot
at $3 75; Back $4- 00; -Bae Lead 13o-a
ALC.AV A-"" bow A. rirwjvo
LUJilpx. li lne o eman a ts active, ana ax
each of the Yards very desirable busi
ness is 'rpor ted. '-'We quote : -Common
'Pine boards at $22 50iper M feet;'Box
boards, rongb, at -40f and planed -do at
c- $45; clear Pine board at .$60; Pine foists
At $24: dressed Pine flooring at $37 50
dressed Oak and Ash-dO ' at -$40; dressed
Pine weatherboardinir at 25; - lata at $4,
and shrnglesat 99 35 60 per M- U j
MOLASSa AJiissiiMJf-AreiHgooa
demandaC wetl xnxliiLalued prices. We
wteoBmktjAidwirarr6o8eT Syrup at 65c;
-aGood doS5c2$l 00; .Extra do at 9l'10
JL loTprlps a?$l-25l SOrP,1 It. Mdlassea
, At8590c;-and newcre-NeW'Orteijaiev' at,
10 flOO! ekyssia ,iworr lo st'il jor-rii I
ba ttJinV-balesof Lard On at $J 401 55;
-nilnseeM J 00l j$ ago, Oil at jypi
-aIPTOm.liTrBtiai at airt.5-ri1fl
.sldPOTATOESFirm at flOrPef
a gjtianeaVo.j ,v('-!n') jani...Lj W'-o
s rf RlCE-r-In good demand at 10c for cnoioe.
S ALT-Dull and In limited snpply. i;We
quoW Hocking and Zau8Villat $2 75(3
$ 0OtCmse Dairy $4; Barrels with sacks
.,,( SEED Clover, none Tn , market Wef
, onote Flax" at $1 25, and; Timothy at 93 115
""'per -bushel-' si '-" " '' ' h" f
za 80AP--SaletMf oommen at S10c;er-
tue na foreign
Ei't. .in WfrrTrfrMhanirM at 8a.
. .. . i Bd
'SUGARSrFirra and in good demand at
llo for Molasoos tagartgta(gi4c lor i;uds;
-acl3WUc tor Porto. Jiicoi 15o foryel
nriilow C; 16e. for.extra. white Cj 16c for
, ' white A; and" 17c for hards. -; . ' i
'TrALLOW-Unchangedatl213e.'
i' i'TKAH Firm at 95cIl io for common;
tl 50(551 70 fOT medium; $1 751 90 lor
tt ; . A-anA , T. i.
,T Ubolee Young Hyson; ibo(aj2 00 lor lin--
neirial; $1 752 00 Tor uunpowder; and
'' 7fl 251 65 for Oolong
L 25OT1 60 fOT Wiong. " T."- - "'"'i
TOBACCO--Wei U06B) -manufacturrd
...JSrigbt Jis and pounds t Soc$l 3tt Six
' twist at 40c; Smokinif- af-22032c; and
o iJ chewing, fli out, at 65c$l 20. ! I
WOODEN WARE We gtve No,l Tabs
at $13 Oft No. 2 do at $11 50; No. 3 do at
' . . $10 50; No. 1 Churns at $14 00; No. 2 dq at
$13 OoVNo. 3 do at $12 00; Washboards at
8R $3 25; two hoop Palls at $2 60; and three
a1at 93 COvMnf v'..-. ........ i
--.liWHlSKY-Ssle80' onmon at$l 05;
rf "Bourbon at $2 Q03 00, .and Bye3 00
rf 4 00 per gallon.-1; 1 ' ' i
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Baltimore Cattle Market—Dec. 21.
04ii iBEEF CATTLE Are In fair demand i ;
o icholce SUte ami Western, 12Csloc; tail iff
good 89 common 67ic. . - t
8HEEP--Sell at46sC. .niiK) J
HOG 6 Advanced to $12 0012 60, net
Cleveland Market—Dec. 21.
FLOUR City anade XXX white 11 25
(au txx, jLJLamite Sftaio uu; JUred
AA spring S U08 25:
Xgoriaa8i75ra,7 001 eouhtrvf made -XX
iwtce Mincer 99 25 16;' A X red jwintar
00873; XX sprinfcif25f 50. Buck
wheat flour steady and in fair demand at
$8 509 00.
HKA'iy-Markt quiet and-lo war. clos
lni dfall atil heavyt hilea S can Jfo. red
whiter at $185 ire m store; S-rars,voo at
teqJlloOo eldtfl 78f 80 J
TOHKLowe amrdetMBw-ihodeVa
SalaaAaaraeWrahelle-froHi store at 6?o:
3 car ear. on track at 656-? J
LATSkllMdTor.,;'Vrfcaa
4froottofa63ca .o.uuuuv.
RYE Doll and lower. Sales 2 cars at
rl troratorw M ft
. -B.ARLEY Without movement and nom-"
in ai.- - v
iiDSESSEX) HOG&r-Market. onlet and
dtvldlng otf!J00 Dourtflg. ,LV I .
iPORK Market firm and.nnnhantred. and
demand moderate. Sales at $37 00 lor No.
r meaj; $2400 for ND. 2 dHad $3 00 for
i1aa 11
BEEF Quiet and"stearfyr lExtra'me88'
mess win w.- , ftii
(X,ARD Quiet and., steady. , Sales city
rendered at 1818c In tierces add kegs.
7SMOKEB MEA'iS OuieA and staadv.
Sugar cured hams afc 17c ; Drief beet 17c;
SDouiaers i,c: ureaKiast Bacon ioc.
BUTTER Market-avahade eaaler under
oetter receipts,bit without decided change.
Choice 'Western' Reserve roit and tntv la
jood. local demn4..t3840c.w , o , ,i ...
CHEESE Stock liabt and market firm
at 17!9frlbf cholcedairy and factory. -iiT
JMi(iirym ode rata jvquest t 32(33c.
POULTRT--Market ouiet."'Chtcken8
sjirius uuii; Timothy hem at Wa ,w;
at a uu.
PETROLEUM Market without decided
change. Crude steady-ar 99 GO:' Relhted
rather quiet and flrnf at 2728oln ear
lots, 293Co in jobbing lots.
uia Liinseea nrm, witn an active de
mand. We auote at$l 02(31 05 for raw:
$1 OTer-lOTSt bOjl,nn jobblngldtsV-i
Lardisteadv and Without chance. .Extra
f
N. Y. Cattle Market—Dec. 21.
Receipts of week : 6.042 beeves. 3d Qfia 1-
aneep ana lamDs, ana 28,627 nogs,
i CATTLE The market tor beef cattle is
feirly active and to. Jtt week on Wed
nesday weea)es of - boat -1000 - beadi
among which were several lots oi fancy
steers, which sold at 192lc but generally
1920e; prime sold at 16W17)c, good
C416c. And ibthef kinds at 110115c. -Dur
log Che aalanoa off theaweek arrivals were
;lgbt, and with a moderate demand. Full
prices prevailed for all grades. To-day
the offerings were fair, being 354 head at
100th street.1212 at Commnntnaw's.and 1080
at Hudson City. Trade Is tolerable active
ana prices were without change. Extra
1820, prime $1717 50. fair to good
15 5016 50, ordinary $1315, InierioF
1012.
SHEEP AND LAMB From date of last
report, ap to t be close el last week, with
moderate arrivals ana active demand,
hie fly for good stock, the market ruled
Arm ; but to-day the market was dull, ex
tremely ngnt ana lair arrivals; prices were
oat so milat -Monday extra 88s,
axinie.2(373coinnioa ta good 5Hi&i4,ui
ferior AM.
SWINE-Fair degree of activity last
week but considerable irregularity in
prices. Arrivals moderate and prices rang
ed : Prime $8.18?al9 31. On Saturday at
tfW-t te-day .with; ari4vaU-ol 19, war
market; though shade higher was extreme
ly dull: heavy corn fed 9o fair to good 9Kc;
light to common 99c.
Albany Live Stock Market—Dec. 21.
BEEF CATTLE The market opened
dull, and prices lowei; supply lighter than
last weeK, out ine demand was also mucn
legrej omlradrery choica (Ctnristoias
Oeeves, averagfnjf 2,200 lbs, brouglit 13c
Extra quality sold at at 99Kc; medium.
78c: common, 66Kc Inlerior, 46 :.
SUJJt,AL) J.AMBtl Uemand lint.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
Colcmbcs. O.. Nor. 8. 1868.1
Notlea i. harahv aivan that Druceedinafl baT been
tifgtitatad in tha Cilr tkmuoU of . Oolambnav for
aBakini thafaUowiac lmprorenianUi to wit r
f or I.jing a duabla ruw nag '.oDe crowing across
Center alley on the north aide of Long street. '
Also, for building a doable row flag croMin
across South Pablie lane at the west side oi High
street.
Also, for building a doable row flag erosnng
across Sooth strett at tberwest sided High street.
. -Tbesanie te bedone ib aeeordanoa witn piauaad
estimaats to be Dpenared b the City GivilErKiceer
ed filed 4a the office of. tin Citr-Vlerk. i
All persons claiming damagea on aooonnt oi laid
nroDosed imnroTements. are reauired to file their
claims intheoffioeof the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the Twenty-fifth da of Deeember, A. D.
'
Paving Notice.
ToaUwAom it may concern
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. J
Columbus. O.. Not. 16. less.
Notice Is hereby giTen, that proceedings have been
tnatltated -in-ahet VityCesrneil-of- Uolambas, tot
o cradia aod pavina (ha aBpawd. idawalka.
nsaKifig tae toiiowingiinproremenH. w w
I aeatside of -Waahiag.
th utnth H m nf R .treat.
Also, for repaving High street from Perry street
ot the corporation line.
Also, for grading and paving with boulders the
roadway of Pablie alley from filth street te 3Uto
street. (''"""'
The sameto ha dons in accordance with theplats
tnd estimates to be prepared by the City UWU n
.nd filaArimh afliaa ai aha Cita Clark. '
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improTement", are required to file aheir
elaima in the ofiiea of ihe Clerk. i writing, hauor
a r 1 I": . J r t A TQatO
Li E." WILSON.
norlB dlUw4w ' City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
t- -..x s.--i Z-zM iJ
cit Y CLKBK'S OFFICB.
rT3 UoLsniaua, O.--1388.1.
lITolfee TslereSy in that proceedings fiaTe been
Instituted in. the City Council of Commbus, for
makina tbe following imnroTements. to-wn :
or grading and pacing the anpared sidewalks.
gutters and crossings on the west side of the va-
Sent aronnd west of the mark at nouee, aad for pa-4
Lmnk amnnA waat of -taa'tnarkat howcaad for Da-
rfS
Also, for laying a double row of fit
XllaM aaiivaoaiit manJ withlK0.U
en street,
flag croasina
across Center alley on the south side of Spring
......
Also, for laying a double row flag crossing across
Center alley at us soma sine ot iong street. - -
.n mm,nT-m k. t,. f.itw C.'ivll t?n.i.
Tha mm m m . . uih tn aiafwirn nnrn wui niau laaia
neer. ana aiaa in tnaomce oi tuevity viera.
- All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
.UtteiglvUUat JAaArrg;
ynAm ' Oitr Clerk
tlcesBTossrtoaatreeast thawest sidaof sxighaAreaai
uoonAhafoUowaaa terms, to wit: - - , .- . .1
An Ordinance -
Making appropriations forpurposes.thereln name0.
SwmnM 1. Ha it ardained hr the Citv Connoil
Lft,lhi-i,yJ?t.'1,mDU there be and is
BfTCO 1 1 J BpiraTjpria.ciB.Uiat.iaa aaaaj iuvdt; jo . .a.--
ndfterutofbre apprdpriattd.thefoltowini ruma
of money, to-wn:
For the payment of expenses of Street Commis
sioner andoCbain Gang, l.MW.
For the payment of employes of the Fire De-
"FMthe payment of sxpanscs of City Tolloe, ffl ?
aao.
For tha payment of salaries of City O eers,
. .
vnw .TMiiiM or uitT r.rr. bijjwi
For the payment of cleaning and repairing street
1. . aim,
J or Uaa ana was Liignia, aiou.
For payment cf Kieolson pavement in! front of
Ulbaaaillf HSM AHK1 II a a,.4
for gatwaiABndiJssdaJSiVtqOtA ! lili
For payment of 1mporer Loan, f 15,000.
cbo. a. xne seTenM saaiaei aaoaay
w -
on of the ordi-
by the foreaoinc arAiTTaBaU Aa-axi
manner prescribed by the nun section
nance defining the duties ol the City Clerk, passed
nay zaw, ieo.
WM. WAGHTEW.
rll seM-'j Ereaident af the Ci V CuaacW
PassedTHov.JS. A. u.iBwi. :., j..,
Attest: lTK. Wilsom. City Clerk;2 l"C
novM-dlt
Be solution to Contract.
BMohMd. That the City Civil Enaineer he. and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name of the city of Columbus, with Matthias
Lang, for building a aouoie .row nag crossing
uiWnTtoa (oUowiaa terms, to wit: - v .
Tor excavating or grading, I orty oehts per cubic
v.rii.
For boulder paring. Forty-live oenta per square
'iS1: , , a v,.
rnr graTeiina siuewaia, ruv ctjuw yor q.diq
ADUUISJU UUISalh SaiVtr.
Attest: L. E. WILSON,
novM-dlt
"hV4i
HOTEL.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Foortta Streets Bear naiB, t
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BKNRY P. ELIAS, - - - Proprietor
THIS POPtJLAli EODSB, CENTRALLT LO
Aaiaii and convenient to business, and to al
points of travel, is tne most aesiriaDie stopping
place lor persons visiting the citr. Mo pains will
be .pared U. make the stsy .ot guests pleasant in
ovary aartiei.1
! i La
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Mmi am by&
yaAvaaf jaw ap trumprm art awuKj
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jLiar a n ion lYi ti
IN CENTRAL. OHIO.
w )BOPBITOBS.
f- as a k
Nos. 36, 38 & 40;North High St,
!f 1 Trnr
. $ , f t
COLUMBUS
Tha attenHoa tha Business Public called to
tha superior faolli tics of this Kstablishmant,
- " We hays In constant ussr
Eleven ( Steam Powf Jesses
r-ov!
BEST AND LATEST
KINDS
And oar ability;to gat out work promptly Is
surpassed In the West. We have lately
.1 e4 additions to oar alraads .. ,
EiAJtGE TARIEa Ost
17 m7i t j!- S- -
PEIKTIHG TYPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
I as a Salkf Par large toaiivl Aype enable Bg '
U iyiii.todoaOl kinds of d Jti &
BOOK
fm Itf-llOI 'lilLiC
PRllaTIIaG!
n the most prompt and excellent manner, and wa
call tha attention of those wanting anything
25 S?nij-Mr J: aJE
EX.EGANT SPECIMENS
Tost wo IsaTw exeonted in th ptutjM-r
JOB -PRINTING !
The reputation of this Rouse for fine job Printing
we" known te the . business community. . ' .
Employing, as we do, none but the "
Best of Workmen.
HI
And hATiiic ft foil UsKiimeii. of tb
CA-TESTf tuicl CHOICEST
lie)
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StYLlES '-itiF -JiTYPE,
Wa will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
Uh ill
tosoi I it. if,
Mercantile.
Railroad,
Bank and,3ilcc
Commercial
printing,
-? -iu; r:
suca-Aa
Bill Heads,--. J n Cards,' s
Circulars, - JLtter Heads,
m O
Blanks of an. kind,. Checks, . ,
Drafts, ic, &c
15 FACT.
EviRY:iiiD Wm mm
If ceded by tha business pablie.
n
a also keep oa band alargsr stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KIHDS
Than any other Printing House in the city such as
Saper Bayms, IHtMlIam. !
Demy, Oavrxi Cap, j
i Xrettel-aBd
BsTo-te Papers
"Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as wa
do, diractly from tha manufacturer, we ara
enabled to do our work aieorrespondr
- jAjjj jow rate. Wa ara Sola
Agents for tha
r a. pjCEI(EBBATEI' ttPAPERS, . OF ;
- lVEra - fc POBTEH
BLANK BOOKS.
We particularly call attention to tha Black Books
manufactured by as. Wa are prepared to
fill all orders for
1
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Ostailx 33oolx. as
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooks are all dona in the best style of paper, ml-
and binding, and we oha.longe competition in
thisline.
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NEVINS & MYERS,
i SS- ate 4 RortbaHUaTla Strcet,
'.OOUJUBUSA
mPAPBB warehouses.'
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
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jiELOPES;i
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if all sixes ana rarietles, which wiU he sold at ths
1 v.-j-7i ' . lowest market rates. . . .
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Corner Broad & High Bts.
ar XOLUMBUS, OHIO.
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NEW YORK.
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lEEVES' AMBROSIA
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FOR THE HAIR.
Improved I
t Is an elegant Unariag for the Hair. ;..
' ! t causes tha Balr to Carl beautifully. " -
' t keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.-1 -
. ft invigorates tha Boots of the Hair. ; j ';' ' T
: ir forces tha Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
' t immediately steps Hair Falling Out.
' j t keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
, 1 1 restores Grey Hair to iu Original Color. ' ' "
, . brings eat Hair en heads that hare been bald for
I ; s. i . year..
j if composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
. ble substanoes. ' i
'(? has reoeived over six thousand voluntary testi
.ocials of its excellence, many which ara from
u.- physicians Tn high standing.
; 4 . It la sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
i tha glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
, oods everywhere, at O ne Dollar per Bottle. Whole
A: Ja by Cemas Barnes. A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.;
ehieffelinA CoBewTork.: IflCirirT-nach-dly
t j: vibnnot & co., i
j GENERAL NEWSPAPER, ,..'.
Advertising Agents.
' ' i 133 NaaaaaSlrel, Naw Kgg ,-. .
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' Wa beg to call the attention of advertisers ta
''ar aganay. Our facililrea wit h all tha first elaas
i aily papers in the country are second to none.
' -id we aro fully prepared to offer terms 'and eon
ij itiona,which cannot fail to give superior Induoe-
icnts. We also send advertisements to all Cuban
1 cd South American papers, .with whoss wa have
i solusire contracts We are the only house doing
J SPANISH ADVERTISING BCSIKESS.'
i k We ean. by special peranissiou. refer to
It. H. T. UBUtBOlaD, .Druggist. 69a Broadway,
'5 New Toik. - ' -
Kessrs.H. B. TAirBuaaa A Co. JSS Green wich
street. Hew York. ' '
lessrs. Hall A Kccxal, 118 Greanarich street.
' essrs. G. Bbttcs's So A Co., Typo Fonnders. IA
. Chambers street. ,
. essrs. Pbiloh A Son. Sew York.
... Pnw.AM A llniiTHnn - NmTatV -
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essrsl Chickbsiks A Son. New York. . ( 1 .
essrs. Radwat A Co.. Now York.
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VsfaA. & LVUSQUEREUX
f ' ! IMPORTEES AKD DXAUKS !!"'". j
W A T 0 H E'S!
JEWELRY,
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PLATED WARE, '
' ' 'SPECTACLES,
'AIVES,
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: J Hf ENDLESS VARIETY... . !
. Keep constantly oa hand a large assortment of
1 1 3th Thaaaas' aaa Water hary Clacka
. it ths Jobbing and ReUil Trade. Also, Agents
for tha
' ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY,
('atoh Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glaas
I as (French and Genera) in fullsupply at i
' l t i -. . : low rates. i )
-.' asT All orders promptly filled and satisfaction'
naranieea.
feblt-eodly
F. A. A L. LEHQ 'EREUX,
No. 71 South Hi.b si.. Colu-nbu
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TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE& OHIO
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RAILROAD.
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Aseaatx, sjaiir (saaaaya kxcetca,)(.
Trf ban ,wo;j sts virfj a ao'o es siijjrt
S:M A.. NIGHT EXPRKS8. arriringat
1 1 11 -a at.,. . U . U.I, -: , n.Ort a ka
Baltimore at sisSA. M.;'WasAingtaa UiW aa8s5i
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j Baltimore at UU0 A- ttU, WastiigMa Citj atUai
I I '-'"I wa". to :.t;r. sji!, nl ,.1 .orfi. A I aM
j t f 5 P. W. KXPRBSg MAIL, arriving .tTetras-
i .in. ai .:so i. m.j nenaiiw at Kit jr. B.r duubmks
. at.it r. js.; wasflingtoii V"ty atsasi', J.
9''1 .'.'-all't'? O.! f..:;." !',i, . I, I, .,.,...-
Close eonnectiens made at Baltimore and- Wash
ington Sri thirties for Philadelphia and Hew Tor..
Passsngsra holding r through scheM to aatan
1 cities haTstheprivilcgeof sa'TJl'.fil't::;' v!;,,i
TiViiii-gr'Waw
: NoCfigngepfCare at Ohio fiiyer
oil .-...'I
(.1 fr'H -"- I'-. t;f ' ;- a
SLEEPCSa CABS; .OS ,ALL , XTGHT
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Aaic for TICKETS ylaBEUAjRE
JRO t. WITj'SOrTv llsster of TruisiWaoii
I., m. juyiar.. uenerai 1 lcset Agensi '.
JNO. W. BROWN, een'l Pvaenaer A at.
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The SSreaA ratlelae ranr the Sktau tana'
without ntli. ixtnei ar mm.
.'alghtty rttUeB mt she saee, -f
- er ItrhlMtr, irrttatlBa. smt
J ' dlssarcaaiaa Calsacoat1'
'' eHaeAaeiaiaiaary ,art lo v v,!.'
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" it tw MFfrfrV wltAtyr? . offhnt mart trying l)v-
'. fAm,af .m .mo tookii quite like Tana,' writer
A Charle. E. Noble. General Agent of Mich. Central'
- B. K.,17Broadwar, N. Y. ' - .
We nnii it (m'l'amihanaj. .Maf., tnr Trntt
; write Hisley Broa., Sruggiata, Jf.iratcld, Iowa.
f aatv e-ieal ytmr mnaMr miHi, "or Barber ,
xicn tcit. imffli amcceaa." writes t;. w. lluni
Dumont, of
lawnriDster, Mass.
Send for circular. Price, 73 eta. and Sl.OS. ' 1 v
' Prepared only by ( gOXON:PALMBB,':(l,: '
'm. ' ' ' ' ' 3S West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, 6.''" "
For sale by Druggata generally.' '-' "i
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SW PHILOHOr-nT OF NARR1AOR. A Kr
CotTRSB ov Lbotckks. ia dcliTend at the Saw
York Museum if Anatomy, em bracing the sub-
iccts: now to live ana wnat to live lor; rontn,
slaturit. and Old Are: Manbood nenl v review
ed: Thecause'of indigestion, natulence andtier-
ous aiseases accounted tor : Alariuage pLUoeopn
ieallr considered. Ac.
Pocket volumes containing thee lectures will be
forwarded to parti a- unable to attend, on receipt
four sumps, by addressing SSCRKTAKV, Kbw
oE McgarH OP AMATOHT AKD KCIENOB. Slg
DKOlDTiT BFW I On.. VNT-teDSWll
BOOK BINDERIES.
rl ...'.U i I, 500,000
BOOKS WANTED FOR ' BIXMG
-HAVE YOU
"AWT HOOKS. IWABtZr-IE!. SHEET
t. MUSIC. Ac., Ao that you wiah to haye
bound in a nioe firm binding, promptly, at low
prices? Books sent for and returned to snypart
the city by giving notice through postoffioe, ot
mo - - ' ' ..... " r,
Jranldio Steam ' Boolai. bindery
-,'-').-. . Vi i AND l"'rw if i.
BLANK BOOKM A.NUFA0T0RT
One of the largest and best appointed Binderies tn
the State. . . J '
Raama 34. 36, 38 North High' Street,
'(Over Messrs.' Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
Steam Printing Offices.) -
BLANK BOOKS) v-( t, ....
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BLANK BOOKS !
Of every descrrptini and quality, from tha hi; best
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and .bound
to any required pattern, and superior workmanship,
at the lowest prices.
Orders trim County Officers, Bankw, Merchants,
and all Officers requiring tiOfcihiOR BLAKK
BOOKS, will beax eouted promptly, vilb-our per
sonal attention. -
.our patronage respectfully solicited.'' ' '. "
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SIESERT & LILLET,
! ; Blank ; Book Warufacturers,
J - , PRINTERS, BINDERSAND PUBLISHERS.;
1 Bpecial attention paid to manuscturing first class
J3L.iA.INIi. IIOOKH
: .a every desoription. with or without printed Head-
inss. for ,
COnKTV OrFICSRR, BEKCHANT8. ANFflCTtlHAKS
BANIBB8, BAILBOSD OOaraHlBS. 0.- j
. A3" Full sets of Books made on short notice,
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
i OPERA ; HOUSE : BUILDING,
' aprll aouly - 1 C0LVMBC8, OHIO.
CL0THING.r,O:
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CUSTOM AND READY MADE
-! ''. THE OHIO ! '3 -n s"
Merchant Tailoring & Clolbiog Co.,
i - SO. 185 OPSBA SOCBX SLOCK.
' ' Celumb js. Ohle.
ARCPKHBHEW STOCK af CLOTHS,
Cassimeres. Overcoating and Veatiugs, both
r oreign and uomestic. for Fall and W inter wear.
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will always find both our material" and our work
to be in the height of tbe-avxt.. We sr all spare
j: no pains in proaueing tne most, eiertat bim. iaao
,7 Auuawjo Kaciuouia mj pe loania iuiywpeia.iU;
J. 'ii-.l ! ;,-.. : ' 7-id- ST - J n-
', OfwhlohagreatpartismamifaeturedbyoTirseivea
I , in the latest and most fashionable asylea, wiH al
; ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
oi tne season, at yer low prices.
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"' GENTS' FURNISHING G00D3
' In full lines, alwars kent on hand.'1
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J - HENKY MhISs,, Superintendent.
im.v-, ii JOHN RICH Treasurer.. ,r,
, - - W . G. PfcEKS, Foreman. t .
... oct33-dsod3m : . '
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
f HTJNTER'S
ClotliiDg limporiuci,
No. 220 South High St., !
,r i i-'-v. i. COLVMBIIIi. OHIO.
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I BATE JTU8T BECEIVED ,7""K
largest and finest stock of Fsll and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, ooasistutf 01 I .
aTa-iic1i, ...... i !-.
- EntrHalk aril i ,
xjomntntic Olotlia, -t., -JW
,. ,... ;CsaaiA-e-eaW, SrO.,
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sail at the low-TAVP"on.t-a.tly-en
haad a waUsaleotad
. stock of . . ' - i
READY "lAUt CUOTHINC.-
f r " JOHN HUNTER.I
20 Sonth Hiab atrtarf."
grocers;
..J ---i s ,
? J4T0LH, ; BILES : & : H'UOXALDS
NO. la A iavS0UTH HIGH STREET ' --.-,
rxOJEL.O,.C-HB-B,,T i
4 , TJROPBIETORS, COLtnBtS POIVr
i DrR MAGAZINE, and agents for tha sale of
!r Hasard Powder Cosapany'a Powder. .Agents fog
'he sale of
V GARDNER, PH1PP8' A CO.S -
w arieorate Sagrar -sDared Ilaaia,
ana aeaiers in . ' i .. , r
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GROCERIES
' In all their varieties. Imported Wines.' Brandies
Cigara,eto. .... ...... i ij iall-asdly
RAILROAD. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND— INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
' ito"! no jiyaJlA
ThsTShorferi Ron te Waat--!ro CllsmaalJCirg
V,-aI
iambus, onand after Hot.M, 1866. i-Ji"l,
! " t ljn, . follows!
Ikls tsata la ran exprasslyfor Toladq and -II
l"l.--A,,--l.t. Pl-e3 l.-i
(Hnndays excepted). ArriTaT at RrdloVfl :
Junction iM p m. Rich monl Biosi IndUnaS?
fisSae p m, lAanniortlOi&ap .. Bhm So 1 m
Peoria a malasbunt 8.-00 a - Eurlmiton
lows, H a m. keokuk 1230p m.JiArf l-isSi
jaouisniieauw a m. lerre naute Ma? am. atattoow,
103 am, Cairo 4:40 p ntaj'ana M a 'u, AltonSioa
m.Bt.Looia :1S a m, Lafayette 19:00 midLSpring
field, Hls ,7t"amv'7- i.'ijai nu,, TT -
l'assesigers a. tnia rraarrreaea at. Jjouis the next,
mnmina is haara ahead and for-naiaia .m..
of St. Louis aad 'ALeokak one arain ia -adraiacs. of,
all other routes. " rrVVfl
5K(' puF- cbi"cagj kfro bt. lotiis ej
.011 PRESS (SniKas excepted'.' Arrivesat
fiqua rm p n, 1 olado V a. as.Datreit MOam,,
Bradford Junction D m. Lorannxirt lAOarri I
!hicaxo8KSam.ladiaTjapolisSaBant,TarTeiianta
SJOam. Msttoon B It a asw I'ana 11 no a m, Alton
3;uo in. ixmn ,ou p m ttafarette 3j45 a m.
pnngneld. ills., ass p m. Qulnoy II0p an, Keo
kuk l.-ea a n, dosrssTilla) 81. uwaahvUl. 6 n
ra. Memphis 10KI0 a m, , , , ""
Sleepingoars run Iii ibis train :fron. Colom
bus to Chicago and Ht. ixjwie withsaAebaoge. This,
is decidedly tha best traipufrom Colrmbus to Chi
caga.4. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker -time
and arrives at -St. Lonia and ' Loawrille 9
hoara ah aad aadaakes direct oonneotions fur.
all points Wast and South one train in advance of
aoyotfaer hsnW'ii.'iu v-nxi i. i Ho-j i 7 2
'l( ' A-' NIGHT EXPRESS. Dally ria,
1 aw. X V7 Indianannli. ( 1nnAm .....Mi
WS""TU'. 111. C at aVTBaiOTU 4l BtTOtlOn A
m. LogansportS?l4 aBrrhicago S6 p m. Peoria
ySS v m. Kookalt HfB am. lndiuanolU 8:58 am.
p Ou AeoauK iff 46 pm. lndiaaapolis SM a m.
Terre Uaute M:15 p m.EvantTille 730 pm. Mattoon
3-Jepm, Cair4rlSam.PaaatMpm. Alton i0O p.
m. bt- Louis Wc p m. Jaafayette 3:10 p m. Louia
Ti le5Kp m, Aashville SMI am. Memphis :llna.
Passengtrs by ttiia train arriva the same day ah
St. Louis 3H hours and Chicago 6 hours ahead of
any other route. -i;. J
STATE ROpM"1jsSlEEPl"fQCABS
Run la this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
, A" Call for Tickets via Lcgansport or Indiana
apolrs. i . , .
m, Tickets for sale at Union and Piqu. Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offices. . .
F. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent; "
J. M. LUNT. General Superintendent.
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Great Northern and Eastern Route,
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
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Cincinnati Railroad.
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''? if-r KtCEPT SUNDAY. -t -. '-. -rrf
From Columbus, in enrmeotion -with Trains an tha
LUtleBUausal dir. sTolambsu dfc Xeaitai
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, NIGHT. EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at IdO
A: M.- Win stop at Delaware, Cardingtosv xlilsad.
Galion. Crestline, Shelby, Shiloh. New London,
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving' at Ctere
htad atiS A. New York 7r00 A. la. . This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION b-ares CoraoibwS
at 50 A. M. -Will stop at all way aUtiona4Thia
train starts from the Freight Yard. ' I' '
NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus at
t U0 A.M. . IV ill stop at Delaware. Ashley.Carding
on, Galion, Crestline. Shelby. New London, Wel
lington. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 3c P. M New V"ork next day at 3:30 P. At. -MAIL
AND EXPRESS-Xeaves Columbua at 1:40
P. M. Will stop at Woithingtoa, Lewis Center.
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Bhilolj.
New London, Wellinaton, trrafton and Berea.' Ar
rives. Cleveland at-A0 P. JiH New York l:iS P.M.
Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ing this train; will get sleeping ear -at Crest 1 tae at
S:00P-. M arrive in Fort Wayne at 110 P. M.,
Ch cago at 6:00 A. M.. being in ad-ranee of all eth
er rout-, hava ample tine for braekfMt,ad aaie
the earliest train for the West.
SPRIN GFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEa-AWARB-rLeavea
4Jolumbus at SO P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and -Springfield,
arriving at Delaware K3:J P. M., Springfield
S0 P. H. This train leaves Springfield at 1f-0 A.
M-arrives at Delaware at. S3 A, .JkL;, Columbua
10-40 A.M. i!'T; - J
' 1J e.'KK-V -:Ii i . i i lit l' "i';:(.,I 1
Pa teat gleepiapr Cars ave raa aa all
Nlsrat Trains ta Cbidtft, " 1
' lfw Torlc aad' a- ..tn
.- Bssiea. i
- AtaT Butita aheekafl thmn.W 4a V. Vn.1 ma
Boston, via Cleveland ; alee, to Philadelphia aad
' RETURNINf : ' 1 for '.- -:!
Nisht Express arrives at Columbns at 1:46 A. M,
Cincinnati Express anives at Columbus atl:
P. M. . ,
- Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9-SS P. MX
Kpringfield Aaooaipiodatioa amvas sAColAinbas
atWOA.M. , .
Fare asXewr'as by aay Other Ramts).
' ' Ask for Tickets via Crestliimtn'CleraiAtvaVn
'..?'. ?fl,. E. 8. FLINT, "r .......
. ., Superintendent, Cleveland. Trhtd,
L -. viif'W JAMES PTTBitSONi
ColumbjNov S. i8etrVColul,:,OhioJ
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Naat l A.lr VaaallMMtlina
Little Miami, Columbus &
—AND—
—AND— DAYTON & WESTERN
'SULP
RAILROADS.
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On an , after MONDAY. Nov. 33d. IMS, FOUR
atVU A tvq n If V 11 f .t a. 1
A OAU- O A JsViJU A W All 10aVf9 VOIlZXllDal
FOR OSCINIiATI, XOUISVIlaLlI, CAIS0,' ST.
i wins, paytok. bjcbmomd.'th-' 1
j ';B DIAKAJP0LI8 jAv CHICAGO.'1 j. '
Withou change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only one cbante of cars to IN '
- DIANAFOU8 and clUGAGiX i i cK
., . , Connections are reliable as follows
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J.ftiaVC :B8? .TBAIN dW,. ,
Leaves at A. M. for Ciuoinnati, Cirslevkle.
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillioothe: stops at Lbu-
'don, Xeaia, Atorrow, and LewalaaaUarrivinci
Cincinn Woa, MyJ
-.. M -: i:n8ECPHD. TilAlN,-,J,Jt..i, j
3 vi ; iVi-n (Dailr Saxoant SundaysJ f, r '
Leaves at 500 A. M. for Cincinnati, Da'ytoa
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and steps at
i West Jefiersoa, Irondoa. JSoufh CbarleatoiL Shna.
CedarvillcXema, Spring Valley, Oorwin, Morrow
'Sowtlf Lebanon, Foatara. -Lorelaad, Milford.ar
'i "TJ't.F'.S,inn,-, at 103S A, fL. conn ec ting
with the Mail Boau. - - -
' ' l' -- -i THIRD tRAIlr.-
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i ai ';i,--A8j3!'-. 1
IaWVcs arf ttt P. M fcr Cjiietmiati; Dayton had
Srgfield. via Ionia, arriving at Vjniiayiptj at
I aril S :!r,Li?0.Ui!T5,1 rt,0
.'. ! 3-1 rtfP' VPt 8unciays,J(,-, ,,,..
I .eaves at 6 P.. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and
' Sprfngfie'id via London, stopping at Alton, West
, Jefferson, Jjosdon,- Boath. A'barleatora. 8ehna,
Cenarville. Xenia. Borrow and Loveland, and ar
' riving at Cincinnati as 10:4a P. av.i'J jiv'.l-J
Steepjaar' TDara7SB a Hif hi Tral-..
ivy CiigENBY BROOKS. Ticket Agsat.
w . n. u. Agent.
AND. ' - i :-'' ""'
JOHIT DTJRAND.
Genl Ticket Al- "--J 1
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
'"v PAH HAHPUB -.OSJTE.'-.-i'l
Oi .S-.--r.fft' J . II l!l 1-ltV IHiUo V'ISnt
On ana attar Deo. 18th, lfe trains will run as
follows: .-.Tt ....
Lre. f. x. Express. Mail Fast Line.
N. Y. Express.
Columbus. .-..'S:I6 A. HX Mst P, M?rie9d A. M
nairBrK . . . ao a.m. j .
D aa
Steuben ville.. .SA4 A.M. :4S
Ia ...tm O va
Arrive at : ia-i i.e. ..ii a l iL-tajU
-tv a . ...
Pittsburgh ...-K.0O M. . ..lJisa.AiM.ia 7IP.M.
Harrisbarg..., 10:30 P.M.. J.H16 P. M-. 63 A.M.
PtHladolpHia.r SW A. M. - 4:10 P. MV ' SS A. Mi
New- york... f:IAA Mn.-I-M P. M, j 18:90 P. M.
Ka.lt more -S -30 A. M. 80 P. M. o.i I u
WasfaingtoBUA S:U AJHvsa-10 P. M.' - IS 45 a. M
Boston 6:00 P.M. S.O0 A. M. . , 12.-0Q P. M "
n E'eaant state room sloaping cars on all aiebttrains!
- On the rant Line the celebrated "Silver Palace
day ana nuni ears are run tnrougb from UaluAibus
to Philadelphia and New 1 ork without change.
A3- Passewgera by tbaSatsAt. M. Kaaxiay train
arrive ia New York at & o'clock Monday, Bornins
an advantage never before offered. --
.vio.i:i Lu'ii io-i . - i. rt.'tr.BCUfclx
Gent Ticket Aat. Stnh.n..Mi.i
W. W. CARD, Superintend em , Keubenviila.b.
IOH-X B. PETERS. Ai vl"
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Tt-ALLEN , .-a ;Bfj n r .
trriaIxS301TlIs7IS THE COAL, BtT
1 NESS at his present stand. , ...... ,;(
; , no. ia norm ui(B ttrMt,
and will talca orrl.ra In tnfh riMPMnrl
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to Sell a
thelowest market price. - . ...
mm- opeoiai attention paia to B tapping.
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