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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
r ghowitigtSsarrivsJanddeTjartnreor trains at Co
umbos, Ohio. On and after Monday, Nov. -83d
a trains will ram foUewet
OUttluUUeitambM CInM B. Bt st
. ; t.!!v-r y ,v-iuti. iimn'
N.Y, ft Western. Express.. 1-.M A.M. .135 A.M..
New York Express..,..-.,..11:10 A. M. 140 P. M.
Mail en xpeess.. ......... 80 P.M. MS P.M.
Springfield Aoeem. via Del.. 8:30 P. M. 10:4 A. M;
Ho, 1 Aooouunodetion. - 540 A, tt. ; T:46 P. M.
This train leaves Sunday rhorning--uot Monday ."
- -JAMES PATTERSON Agent.
L,lttle Miami at Colambnaot Xeala B.He
..--... . - :t tAT. min.'"
NIgotExTrreM. 8:00 A. M.A WA.tt'
- Uineiacati Aooemutodation. 5:00 A. M. ' OAS P. M.
Eipress.. ....... ...... : 1:45 P.M.. 11:00 A. M.
Express.;... -.'eXJ P. M. 1:00 P. M
.... W. H. H. Smkh, Agent. ; '
Baltimore &1 a le Railroad, Central
Oaia AUvialon. t -"
- J- V.BAVR. ABBTVI.
iniiH: A. 18:10 A. M
,,-....11:10 A. M.. 0:35 P. M
...... 8:15 P. M. M30 P. M.
: A. D. Smith. Alfent.
Lightning Expressj.
Express Mail,.
Utiamkaii Chlriago and Indiana Cen-
tral Bailwar .
? i J $o v; ;-.: -urn.- ' ' Amm'."
Night Bxpre.'..aU....MM A, M HH A. M.
Toledo Kxpresr.. 8:00 A.M. -&5 P. M.
Western fcipreea. S) P. M. 15. P. M. .
Day Kxpress... 1:15 P. M. 11:00 A.' M. :
.v. l. mu, .agent.
Flltabartij' Cincinnati tc hi; , ,onia
. n-....i) Uailwar. . 1 ' -
twit Uijs.;- Ha efcwittsyte ABrvw. '
KewTork Express.-... 8:15 A. M. , i M.-Oo Midi -LighUingKxprase.,
11:30 A. M-,;, (46 tVM. ;
Mail aud Express 5 P. M.,, 18:45 P. M. ...
Deanison Accommodation 60 A. M. 1 ' 6:40 P.M.'
-aewkorkaapressremdaUyi All ether train
run Aaily, stxqept Sunday . ,,' ' -i-V. ii -3 -
Denaise BftOpom nodatioa .starts, from. freight
,M&;Gtoc nnWJjoBSr'B. FwEBe; ARcna.-' 1
Lli Ifi-lal - . - :'-: . . il!
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
-'.('T HoinU "-J j 'ABiirTM.','':ritB8.: i;
Eastern r Tniem-n' Mails a. K. r. K. a. x. r. x "
Tiac.-tneaiU(.aiMl . -
PttUburhJ...;.....TT.. Mfl 183 10:00 30
Eastern Way Mails, V. J. "-'
T.-00
4:15
,7:30
740
aij.K.B...... - ....
Hrt!oMiAniB.B.;TaroJ "J
tittte Mlanri R. R.; War.
! a.J K' R. Newark.- ' 1
ll.-OO
.... 11:80
1:551140
Zanesrille & Wheeling 1840
C O. R Wit 1140
1:00
740
i-?. LXhiough and., j- 8- - . -
Way. ... 'av w
7;30
nfaiUieetha A !
Portameuth...,.,, -; h-- 000
anoaster. Ohio ......8:00
East ay.NationKl Road. 10:30 ' ....
ait, Vernon Way.WeeMr- i' - L
ille.i................ If 40 ....
Konh Coiamaiu andilin- ,. .
tonrille....' .' 1040 '.A.
; 740
1 740
13 AS
.14 '
.10
" 740
Yl ashington OH.,TiaHar
raburg. ttri-weekly
arrive Hondayi Wed
nesdays, A Fridays, and
leaves Tuesdays. Thura-
: :00 4..
tilt ...I";
daya and Saturdays.... J
n . - -1 1 . . :
lyj Tuesdays, Thurdays Uk. .
13:15
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
[Telegraph Markets Inside.]
[Telegraph Markets Inside.] Weekly Review of Columbus Market
STATESMAN OFFICE, Jan. 13.
There are yery few-changes, and they
trifling ones, in the market this week.
APPLTSS--Have' advanced' to $4 00
6 OOpi'r barrel, and $1 50a 00 per bushel
BUTTER Dull at 30 to 85o or prime
yOlV,u.eiJ?t;''l fcl 1 i- I.
BBOOMS Firm and unchanged. " We
note email Pales ot common at $2 252 75; '
medium at 93 00 3 50; and extra at $4 00.
Fan ara qaotedat $5 00. '" ;
CHEESE Firm. Sale of Dairy at 17
17'c. and Ohio factory at 20c. --- '
, COFFEE-Flrm and in jtood tlemand: :
Sales of common Bio at 20 22c; medium
do at 2325yanl prime to choice 25.
26v Java is eellinjr at 3340c.
, DKUG8 AND DYES-rA few slight
change In the price ot some drugs; We
quote: Alcohol, 92 15 per gallon; Allum
67e;'-"BonrxT; 4042cr- Chloroform
$1 701 80 per pound; . . Copperas
22c;triB Camphor $1 201 25 per lb.;
Indue f 1 451 75 per lb ; Morphine (ace
tate) na advanced te $1515 50 per o.; Oil'
Cinnamon $4 2560per! Oil. Cod Liv
er, $1 802 25 pr gallon: Oil, Olive, $2 50:
2T5 per gall; Quinine (sulphate) $2 30
2 "40 per oa.; Epsom Salts 57c; Salt-'
petre 9lfic; Snipnur 78c ; ,--;. ' wi---
EGGS No change. We quote at -30 '
Zoo per dozen. .1 oini '! ' ; i ''
FISH Sales of No. 1 Mackerel, half bar
relst at $13 60; No. 2 do. f 1100; White lisb,
new, at $7 25, bait barrels; Gibbed Her--rinjrac$S
25; Labrador do, at $Z 00; dried :
do at 60c ; now Cod Fish 8 to 9c.
FEED Sales of Bran at $1 25 per bun
dred; Shorts at $1 50 per hond-ed; and Mid
dlings at $2 00 per hundreds?. :.'
FLOUK Sales of Spring at $7 50S 00; 1
and white at $8 509 00.: - r. ;.:.-t . .
FKUIU AND NUTS The demand for
foreign trait is good, i We- quote Layer
Raisins at $& 50 for old, and $4 50 for new; .
Currants 15a Prunes 18c; Figs 1820c; Cit-i
ronaVOo; Almonds 2540c; Filberts 20e ; Pe- -cans
2022c; Brazil uuts 1820c; Sardines,
quarters, .-25c; Oranges- $tt 50; Lemons
W 50--! et-i.rj -s ' ! "- ;" ' -
GKAIN Wheat continues steady at
91 301 50 for primp red; Oats 4550c;
Bye $1 15; Corn 5055c per busheL ,
HAMS 'AND BACON The demand is
limited, owing to the progress of the kill-'
log season and - quotations -are nominal. '
' We. give Mess Pork at 929 00, and Dried
Beef at-2528cJ- : ' ':' v '
BOGS Kemaln the same as last week
at 97 608 00 irroMi'!- v -
H AYacaree v- clean bright : Timothy
from uraeons will bring 916 0018 00 per
too; baled 95 00 higher. Clover is- ouoted '
dull at 95 508 60.' Straw, bright oats, is
given at 98 00 50 per ton.
HIGH WINES Continue at 91 00I 02.
LABD Firm at I820o.1 -3 ' ' --'
LEAD AND SHOT Small sales ot Drop
Shoe at 93 75; Buck 94 00? Bar Lead 13c.
UTMBEliDemand continues active.and
at each of tha Tards a very desirable bust- '
ness is-repoited. We quote: - common
Pine boards at 922 50 pr :M feet; Box
boards, rougbr at 940, and planed do at
945; clear Pine boards at 960; Pine joists
at 924; dressed 'Pine flooring at 937 50; ;
dressed Oak- and Ash do at 940; dressed
Pine weatherboarding atS225025; lath at
94; dressed pickets at 95 per huudred, and
6HiiigleBt6'2550 peM.:
MOLASSES AN DoSYEUP Continue
without change. We note sales' oi Sugar
House STrup at 65r: Good do at85c$l 00;
Extra do at 91 101 15; Drips at 91 25 -
1 30; P. K. Molasses a-e90e; ana new
crop New Orleans at 91 001 05-- 1
OILS Sales of Lard Oil at 1401 55;
Linseed 91 001 02; and Fish OU at 91 10
1 15, y. ,f.r. ;... i.:V
PETPvOLEUJI Is steady at 3031c. :
POTATOES Firm at 80ci - 00 per
bushel. ' " ' '' t r ; - -
KlCE"Without change; 10c for choice.
. SALT Dull and in limited supply. We
quote Hocking aud Zanesville at 92 75
3 00; Cases Dairy 94; Barrels with jacks
at$6...y j , t t :s :: ,-t ,
SEED-rClover, lione in market. - .Worth
99 00 pertmshel. We quote Flax at 92 25,
and Timothy, at $3 25, per bushel. . . ;
SOAP Sales ot common at 910e; Ger
man at llXc; Erasive- ll12ii; Bao
bett'8 T3c; American Castile 17c; Foreign
do. 25c.-r -r .!iS - TT O.
STAKCH-Unehanged ate. . .
SCOaBS Firm and In good demand at
11c for.MolASses Sugars;l2l4e lor Cuba;
13l4p1,fbr Porto Bico; loo for yelr
low C; I5$'o "for extra white C; 16c for
- white A; and 17c for bards.
TALIX)W Unchanged at 12)13c, .
TEAS Firm atc" for common;
91 60170for mediuip;$l 75 190 lor tine
to choice Young Hyson; 91 652 00 for Im
perial; 91 75 -2 00 for Gunpowder; and
91 251 65 for Oolong. . t i - i-TOBACCO-
W 5 quote j manufacturrd
-dark 10s, Js and Nvy! at 6575c;
bright y$s andnoonds at 95c$t 3D; Six
twist At 40c; Smoking at -2232i.-j and
chewing, fine cut, at 6oc$l 20.
WOODEN WAKE We give No.lTubs;
at 913 00; No. do -at 911 50; 'No; 3 do at
910 50; No. 1 Churns at 914 00; No. 2 do at
913 00; No. 3 do at 912 eOT-Wash boards at
93 25; two hoop Pails at 92 80; and three
do at 93 00. .UtO-:; ;i' i
WHISKY Sales of common at $1 05;
Bourbon t- f 3. 00300,;ajidBye 93 00
9 uuper gaiion.rg (iii .01 ;.) 19,w
. w I r 1 t
.i,i,i.
T. ...Al-l. E N,,:A ge nt.
WILL CONTINUE THE COAL BD ,1
NBSS at hU present stand. ' ''
W. 19X rAa.h Hl.h
-tn taa- rfti?f noth CAMBRfrtrSs1?.'
HOCKING "COAL, which he is prepaid t,..!!
mm v. - -- r i
HOOP SKIRTS.
SkirM an.l Onrsnrji. Al.n K..un 7on...
and Fan jy Goods, 103 South Highstrr Jt.
HOWE. rBEWING MACHINE.
Dealer in Musical Metehaadise: Boos. Sta
tionery and Fancy Goods generally. Speeial Agent
Maebine. Jio. 810 South High atreet.eoc.-Rieh.
r tne oeienrated cues nowe uoia o,.mi
. : . HATS & CAPS.
M B. Ot. M. A.AUF,
IV1 . (SnccessertoB. LauPDealerln Bats, Caps,
Furs and Straw Goods 329 Sonth High street.
HOTELS.
VTATIONAA, HOTEL.
XI -' ' Opposite Depot.'' -
J. H. DAVllJSOir. Proprieter.
DBIIXEU STATES HOTEL,
Corner High and Town streets. -
A., ti JSJ.BLUUJ.I.yropnetort
ZKTXL.EB HOUSE, .
-ftorner Fourth A Vriand its. Commodious
house and extensive stables. .
Ai. A. du w tKa, rropneior.
UJSURANCE.
ltOMNECTlClTX: HlBXfJAI, UFE'n!
sntatice Company. Assets, sia.uuu.ouu.
: WM. JAMISON, Agent. Oolumbas.O.
NEWKIRK A JIILTENBERGER) ,
GENJEKAL AGENTS Seonrity Life loanranee
Uompany.-K- x - '5 vio. 5 vperauouse.
XX Col ambus, O . apital and Assets, 40ti,614.x7.
W. C. M. HAKER, Seo'y. -
MHJJNERY VGOODa
rt W. KI91IBOKS,
J. Whnlt.l nil M ill!nTV flnnA
101 S. High street. Opera House Block.
a a MW; A.' DOWNING. '
iTA USsler in Millinery, straw Goods and Tpn
mings.- jN 67 North High street. - -,
Jt JH W1LKIE, ! i ' ( --.A
e Dealer in Millinery, Dress and Cloak Trim
mings nd Fancy Goods. 130 South High street.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
OCHAFHAUMEPf Ac ttOHLLEBEK.
O Merchant Tailors and Dealers in Gents' E ur-
wshing Goods, " . ,
no.K nortn nigu sireet.
c.
W.N1SWANDEB, '
Merehant Tailor and Dealer In Gents Fnr-
nishinc Goods.,' Also agent for the Diamond Shirts.
. a i t 5 ; 4 iu ooncu nigu sueew.
THE OHIO IrlERCHANX XATJLORING
A CLOTHING CO.. 185 S. High sr. Gents'
suits made to order. Ready-made Clothing al
ways on hand. ,. - - -
JOHN 17. KICKENBACHEK,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer in Clothing and
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
no. ei jMortn uign street.
JOHN HUNTER, ' - .
MERCHANT TAILOR. 320 South High st.
Choioe stock of Clothing constantly on hand. '
NEWS DEALERS.
ANDREWS tc HlltL,
News Dealers, Booksellers and Stationers.
No. 55 Sonth High street; pex' doortoPostollice.
J News Dealer, bookseller. Stationer and Bind-
xuoiloauojiB iu uuui vrermao ana cjDKnau.
331 South High street,
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
A NDREWSi PEBRTA CO.. a
- Mannfacturers and Dealers in Writing. Print
ing and Wrappina Papers, 3 A 85 Mono Uignst.
ivi r. v axvs at mi jn.9
1 1 Dealers in Printing, Boo. Writing and Fine
rapers se, 38 au norm mgn street. . , . . -.
PHOTOGRAPHERS.
BALDWIN k STEVENS,
, . 3 PHOTOGRAPHERS. T
- . t 61 Sonth High street..
T yi. ELLIOTT,
U e PHOTOGRAPHER, 107 South High street.
rioinres maqe in every style ana size.
D.
J: ARCHER, -
Photographs, Ambrotypes, Geres, etc., etc
No. 338 South High street. .
PHYSICIAN.
T7V M.DOWHil,JI.-D.r- -i?r
XJier No. S Opera House. Treats Diseases of the
iiye. Ear, Heart, Tbruatand Langs. Also, Diseases
t w omen ana t;niinren.
iiina j PIANOS.
T W. UABRIS Ac CO..
J . Wholesale and Retail dealers for Lighte A
Co. s and Haines a Hro.'s riauos. Also, urgans,
Melodeons and other musical instruments.
- .:Tir -6 ftorth High street. -
T
J. WOODS, i -1 ;
cJ Aeens for Chickeri'a and Emmerebn's Pi.
icken"
Also, Organs. Aiekdems and Sheet Mnsio.
. a 1 South High street.
RESTAURANT, m
B
INK EXCHANGE RESTAURANT
Corner State and Hich streets. .
CHARLEY MYER, Proprietor.
SEWING MACHINES.
A ETNA SEWING AIACHINES,
The best-in the world. Sot. 1 and S Opera
House. ;
W. PI M MEL, General Agent.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
1 1 D. DUNBAR Ac CO.
XV Dealers in Fine Watches.
ClncVs. fewelrr.
Platedware.
u . 1 ... l . . xj 1 I.'.... rr.
street.
r ATES Ac MAHRINU'l ON. -
vJ (Successors to Wm- Blynn) dealers in Dia
monds, Watch s, Jewelry, Silver Ware aud Spec
tacles. No. 3 Neil Houce.
T7I A. Ac LEQDCKerX
X Wholesale and Retail dealers in Watches,
iiocKS ana J eweir . a o. 71 soutn High street.
STRICTLY WHOLESALE.
DANCrtOfr BROS. Sc CO.,
J- Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods and Notions.
-3 and 4 Gwynne Hloek. Town street.
DEED, JONES & CO..
Xt Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots
and Shoes.
So. S Gwynne Block. Town St.
i CLOTHING.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
HUNTER'S
IT
S
No;220 South rfigh St.',
COLIfflBUS, OHIO.
r HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE
X largest and finest stock of Fall and Wint,
uooos ever orougat to uus city, eonsisung 01
Fronoli, .. .
Xllog-lislA elxkI
Domestio Cloths.
i Cai-simereR., &o..
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the lm.
est Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
stock 01
READY MADE CLOTHING.
JOHN HUNTER
juS3-dly - 820 South High . t'
, CLOTHING, : r . :
CUSTOM1 READY-MADE
; ; THF, OHIO"
SlerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.
I JTO 185 OPEQA MOV&E BLOOi,. r
Celumbai, Oblo.
A SUPERB NEW STOCK f CLOTHS.
l. Cassimeres. Overcoating and Vesting, hnth
t oreign ana lsomesuc. lor r &u ana n inter wear.
; GENTLEMEN" OF FASHION"
Will elwavi find both our wiarerials and our work
to be in tha height of the modj We all spare
no pains in producing ine most eiegint ana lain
lonaoie garments to 00 louna anywneie.
" EEADY-MADECLOTHIN(j,
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves.
in the latest and most fashionable styles, will al
ways be tound en our shelves, in all the varieties
01 me season, at very low prices.
GENTS' FUENTSHIl?ar sSxS
In full lines, alwavs kept on hand.
! ' JJ0KHNRlCHITfV.ar,r"nUnd,,nt-
I w . G. PtRKS. Foreman. .
ectS3-deod.lm
The Sisters of Nt. Mary's,
!
ril' AHK SFKINUS, RECENTLY OF
M Z&ES!1 'ZS' ?e3 Jf
thTfiftt Mdayirs7pUmWS
, partmeot oi luep-xpii. on. is,Jaa. onp't.
VIA T00pRINTNG
'PHTETTIKra-.
THE tiABGEST ARB nMTleon'
'''If i : id r--lT'4 5 TA ': F1'
' - ' '1 :t t.' 1 ' - . ... ' - r ' - ' - ' ' 1
BOOK &fJOB:PillNTlNG
ESTABLISHMENT
N CENTRAIi OHIO.
C' : ' i . .
raos.36, 35 SL'iO North High St.
' ,r.m- .-4
' COLUMBUS, . OHIO" ;
l ? . J : -- - - -i. -
The attention the Business Publis called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment,
r "r r. We have la constant use ",;
Eleven Steam Power Presses
vr THA
BEST AND LATEST KINDS
And our ability to get out work promptly is
surpassed in the West. We have lately
made additions t oar already
IiARCSIS TABIKlt OJ"
PR IN TI HG TYPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all who may give
uaoall. Our large fonts of type enable ui
; ' to do all kinds of ' ' j
BOOK PKIiTIiG!
n the most prompt and excellent. manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting anything
in this ine to tha, - . .
ELiEGAJVT SPECIMENS
That we have executed in th past year.
JOB,, PRINTING!
Tha reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
is well known to tha business community.
Employing, as wo do; none bat th -
Best of Workmen.
And having a full assortment of the
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaotioiu
Mercantile,
Railroad,
Bank and . - -Commercial
.
Printing,
Bill Heads, . Cards, : .
Circulars, , Letter Heads,
Blanks of au kinds Checks,
Drafts, ' &c, &t.
IS FACT.
EVERY ILD OF J01U PRIMING
Nesdod by the business public.
- We also keep on hand a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KIKDS
Than any other Printing House in the oily such
Super Royal, Medium,
Demy, Crown Cap,
Cap, ' ' . abetter and '
Note JEa,xei?t&
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as
do, dir -ctly from the manufaoturer, we are
enabled to do our work at oorrespond
. .... . ingly low rates. We are Solo
Agents for the
CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
JL,A.TJVEK & PORTER
BLANK BOOKS
We particularly call attention to the Black Books
jmanufactured by us. We-are preoared to
fill all orders f of
Ajodgora,
tTourxxalci,
Sav Boohs,
OmbIi Books
And all kinds of Blank Boo Ira now in use. These
ooks are all done in the best style of paper,
ing and binding, and we cha lenge eompetition
this line.
GIVE U8; A"CALL
r: i 5 ! tt r 1
NEVINS jBc MYERS,
S,.9S . -ifli IfortUTVIch ' Street,
IQOWMBUBA
.v.'US-i.il'J.J.O' J
as
w
rul
in
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: -vi: 'j f.-'' ;! -. -- -!.. i
! n.'f!.'i), l" -' 'if: ; ni -. 11' :"
'.- -iii.i'i:.) ; : . - : : .' . - '-
G-OODS.
- f : if.
.SO' .
). -
i.- -
A. C. HEADLEY & CO
i 250 AND 252
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
ARE NOW OPENDTQ THEIR ;
WINTER STOCK: OF STAPLE
and:
FANCY DRY GOODS
" " 1 J .:n w mM J -- .BC -asjaaaak. saaB
DRY1 fiOQD B
ifeM-oodl j -n-i. sfcb
l)Jil. UVUDiS. j i f i
.'.'.'I.- j
GREAT
ATTRACTION!
o
N AND AFTER TUESDAY, TDK
utn aay ot January, uses.
FOR 35 DA YS,
GILCHRIST, CRAY I CO,
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street,
Will sell
X3x-osXrS CrQods,
Oloali 1 fi gaw,
Wool ' Hoods,
m:::: . ZaTHxaras, cfeo.
Also Great Reduotion in the price of - -'
T31o.xxlx.otss. .. . .
. tTnderweax, ,
O-loveSf '
ZZoslory,
. SlllXJBi, fSO.
We are sole A cents for the sale of the HARRIS
BJSAilLUSS ULUV1SS. .. ' , .
tW From this date our itore will be closed
at 6 o cluck J?. M. until further notice.
GILCHKIST. GRAY A CO.,
Bos. S3. K6. 7 A SO South High st .
janl-ly
MUGHIW s
,T O 11. E3 .
FALL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS !
aawaaa v
EXrRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
TO BUY AT
NAU G H TON ' S !
Poronasers of Dry Goods are. cordially invited .to
call ana examine tne
NEW STOCK.
DRESS GOODS'.
FASCY GOODS-
SHAWLS.........
DOMESTICS....
EYERYTH15G ..
CHEAP 1
....CHEAP
..........CHEAP!
CHEAP
..........CHEAP '
JAMES NAUGHTON,
' 118 Sc 122 South Bias. Street, -
deolO-dly ' - , C0LUMJW8, OHIO.
BANKERS.
P. 'W, HUNTINGTON & CO..
BANKERS ,
Corner Broad & High St&
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
febo-dly . . , "
F. BATD1S. JOS. HUTCHISON. W. B. 9 ATPKH.
HIYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
NO. 13 S. lllCiH STREET,
ian30-dly-r - Colm'mBna, 0
MISCELLANE 0US.
Agents Wanted ?10 a Day,
TWO tlO MAPS FOB 4.
- LLOYD'S
Patent Revolving Double Maps
Of Americaand Europe. America and
llie lintsea stales 01 America.
.. Colored in aOOO Counties.'
-v-II I SK CHEAT fllAPS. HOW Jl'8T
a. completed, show every place cf importance,
.11. Uaii-naJ, tj Ht,t. imA the -latest altera
tiona in the varroua Eur pean Sta'.es. These
Maps are needed in every Sohool and family in the
land they occupy the space of one Alao, and by
means o uhe Reversur, either side can be thrown
front, and any part orougot level to tne eye. ioun
t . R;-li. -nd l.i en riisnnunt aiven to ffood AcentS.
Apply for Circulars, Terms and Sample Maps, to
LLOYD'S MAP BUREAU.
deo21-dwlm-r . . 23 (JorUandi &t., a. I,
Stockholder's
Meeting.
OFFICE OF THE )
CoLUMsrs. Chicago Ind. Cent. R't fo ,
COLCHBts, O., Deoember a4th. 1868. V
A SKKrlMO Of THE SlOCRHOliD
iV. era of the Columbus. Chicago and Indiana
Central Railway Company win Be Held at tne ot
fie fcf the Company, in the eit.y of Columbus,
State of Ohio.oniRIUAY.tbeSlOTH day ot JAM
II A R V. ISfiS W.wniin tha hours of 10 A. M.. and
K. H.. to approve or reject a contraot vith the At-
lanno A ureat vv escern naiiway company ana me
Erie hallway Company, ana lor otner purposes.
By oroer of the Board. ...
GORDON MOODIE.
deo30-dtd Secretary,
Fire Cents Reward.
TTTALKED 1WAY-TOO Im TO
V rnn-oneJ. W. BttO W NLOW. raid to bo
brother of the Governor of Tennessee. He is by
profession a boulptor, by trade a otwrw. All per
sons desiring permanent investments can with per-
ieot sal ety entrust nim wimioeir money. At last a
nnnntfi he was eneaa-ed in the whiskv business.-
The above reward, also the thanks of several vio
tims, will be given for any information ae to nis
whereabouU, upon application tothiaumce.
janTdtf
Valuable Residence for Sale.
SITUATED Oft HBOADiriTi BE.
. n n;i.w mri a-n:Prt .ti-eets. enntainiDl
twenty rooms. bth house, witi hot and eold a
ter. sko. improved range ana luruace. rwxw
ion given April Ut. . ..." '
r or price and terms, apply at this offloe.
janT-dif . -
GROCERS.
H'UOLM, MILES & H'DONALDS
NO: 1 St 1 SOUTH NIGH STREET
1 : fi It O O E It W. - .
PBOPHIETORS COLCKIBTJa POW;
, II r R MAGAZINE, and agenU for the sale
i . 1 Un.Ju.rnmn.n,'l I'n.i aw ' A . .. C
he sale ot
OARDNER. PH1PPS A CO 'S '
Celebrated Sugar Cared ITaiias,
j ir .: 1 ' : and dealers in -I-'-
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
-i , RROPTCRITilS, ... .
in at their varieties. Imported Wines.' Brandies
Cigar., etc. . - - . iull-eodly
TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
f I in I I ii'
aWs-t-erf-a.Mtaar jsJ j
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
TJLee Tra,,, Celambns (Tslon
? sr -'l tannoara axcepted.)
ZaneevrnTarjilf
a m A, j!!.; aaBingtoii city at 0:40
IttlO A. M. LIGHTNING F.TPRVaii
at Zianesvuie at i:ti r. ceuaire at 6:10 P M
Baltimore at 11:10 A. Ii.; Washington City at 13:34
its x . n.iAxioco jaAiu,mTlDltlcjanMa
ville at:6S P. M.tBellairfat 0:18 P. M.: Baltimore
sc B U VTDDVa a 1M A TT . ww
awf. ju..i naaiimgton viity afcasar jt.jh.
Close connections made at Baltimore and Waslr-
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
. Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
cities hare the privilege of
Vfeiting Washington City Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPING CAIiS ON j ALL NIGHT
I. , . TRAINS. '-" : '
vAalc for TICKETS Tla BEULAJRE
. JNO L. WILSON. Marter of Transportatioa
, f - yuic. uenerai i lcaet Agent,
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Agt.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attention of the Trade is called to thesnperi-
PAPERS OF ALL RINDS.
Just received ndf sale by
NEVINS & MYERS
36, 38 tc 40 NORTH IGB ST.,
CO LIT MB US
Our stock comprises a full llne of ;
Book
IVSrltlngi
! Colored and '
(Print Papers.
i ' ---'I' '
WehaTeafallitoehof
ENVELOPES,
Of all sixes and varieties, which will be sold at ths
lowest market rates. -
OUB ST0CX or
. .. Di unsurpassed in the oity, including 1
. - BRISTOL BOARD
; ; R. R. CHECK, .
' COLORED of all kinds
: And BLANK. .
GIVE US A.CALL
I'ETXKS Ac MYERS.
novS"
NEW YORK.
BEEVES' AMBROSIA
FOB THE II -A. lit.
siiiaiwwM.
It is an elegant Dressing' for the Hair. . , .
It causes the Hair to Curl beautifully. ;
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly,
It Immediately steps Hair Falling Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to iu. Original Color.
It brings but Hair on heads that have been bald
years.
t is eomposed entirely of simple and purely veget
blesnljtances.
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing. .. ,
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole-
sale by Demaa Barnes A Co.; x. C. Wells A
Schieffelin ft Co.. New York- ISCHKT-mehi7-dly
J. 5 VIENNOT & C O.;
; GENERAL NEWSPAPER ,
Advertising Agents
i 133 nassaa Hreoi, new icra
Ve beg to call the attention Of advertisirs
our agency.- Our facilities with all the first elass
daily papers in the country are seoond to none,
and we arofuUy prepared to offer terms and con
ditions, which cannot fail to give superior induoe
ments. Wo also send advertisements to all Cuban
at d South American papers, with whom we have
Tn'naivM non'raats WearetbeoDl house doing
rSPAhleM ADVERTISING BUSINESS.
W n.n hw sDecial pertitisaioa, ref-r to
Mr H. . HauaaoLp: Druggist, 694 Broadway.
"Messrs.1!. "fe. VAKDCxaav 4 C0h W Greenwich
street. New York. "
Messrs Hall A BtrCkiL, 118 Greenwich street.
Messrs. U. BBtrok'o Sok A Co.', Type Foanders,'U
Chambers street.
Messrs. Pbaloh A Sok. New York,
Messrs.-Philom ft CoLLRSDSR, NewYork. ;
Messrs. Takrant ft Co., New York. n
llesarB. CHiorshtKO Ason, New York. "--'!
aiessrs. KadwaT ACoNew Yotkfci Uttk ,'
' oct20-ecd3in
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS,
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
:
ho Shortest Route west-Ho Change of Cars -
Chicago, Keokuk and Indianapolis.
FODfi TRAI5S DAILY leave Union DepoC
lumous, on ana after xiot.xs, 18S8.as
follows:
Q.Art A, M. TOLEDO AND DETROIT'
U.VV PKESS (Sundays excepted) Arrive.
at Milford OrrTa m, Urbana 10:10 a in. BellefonUina
oanansay e:uu p m, nana 11:16 a m. Ta
li.r1nfi.aanm. llAtl-nifc lnAnm ' -
troit business, arrivioa at bnth nluu, 9 .
mis train is run exnresair for n nin 11
abend of any other route.
1.1 K Pi M. MAIL AND PEORIA ETPRftStf
A,lt (Sundays excepted), Arrives at Brad lord
Jnnctlon:4Q D m. Kichmnnrl flwifi n m Tni.n.M
lis80p m, LogansportlOAO p m, Chio'igi 8l a m ut
1 011 1. . - mw . wu am- Turlington
Iowa. 11 K a m. Keokuk 12:30 n m On n. t-ix
Louisville3:38 a m. Torre Haute 11 7 p to, Mattooa
aaa a m, Cairo 4 :40 p m. Pana 4fl a m, Alton 8KM a . ..
5t ' .1 ti . ui, jjaiayotic i:w mia, spring.
rassengers bt tms train reaoh St. Louis the next ,
m"'nIs.,on1r" ahead and-, for points west
,1 .V """-'" one train in advance et
all other routes.
5:50
riqnaTOopm. joieaooso a m. lie trait 8:10 a mr
Bradford Junction 030 p m. Losansport 10 a m
C h loago 8.-C0 a m. Ind iaaapol is 35 a m, Terre Haute
X a m. Mattoon 0:16 a m. Pana llW . V
a-- ! i . wjr-roM-. AiriTBB B.
S:00 p m, St- Louis 4:00 p m. LifaTeU tUs. . m -.
Springfield, ills., 4:26 p m. Qninov U.-00 m. KZ
kuk 140 a m, Louisville 8:00 a m. Nashville 6-00 n
m, MemphislO.-OOa m. ' , .. vi .. . . -.-
Sleeoing ears run in this train fmm Rni.i..
bus to Chicago and St. Louis without change. This
is decidedlr the best train from Coir mhna tn flhi. i
eago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quioker
hsori ahead and makes direct connAtinmi fnr
all points West and South one train in advance of
any otner route.
IO.IA A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. DaUy via
Locaosport. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4-IS a.
AOBS A V AUUIBUBUOlIH I vl II till Vf KTriaDIflUl. Via
m. LoeansDort 90 a m. Chinjurft 2-25 n m pjanriB
5:35 D m. Keokuk 10:45 d m. lnfiinnoTi fi-fut a .
Terre Haut 12:16 p m.ET&nsyiUe TiOpm, Mftttooa
i ; p iu, vsirw m Ui, raHB it:w p m, AlbOa VVOU p
iu, oil. nuunn'iio p iu. jja.iayo.ia a:iO p ale LOU1S
viie 5 KM) p m, Naab ville 5 AO a m, WempSois 4:15 pm.
PaaeeDgra by thio train arrive the same day at
St. Louis 3 honra and Chicago 6 Aoura ahead of
any outer route.
STATE SLEEPING CARS
Bnn in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
mm uuiiur licaeia via Aioganspon or iOQlftn
anolis. - , . . . . ,
A3- Tickets for sale at TTntnn anrl Pinn. n.nnf. '
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
unices.
F. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent."
J. M. LUNT. General Superintendent.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
Five ' frr,iujai DswlXyy '"
EXCEPT SUNDAY! " ; ' f '' '
From Columbus, in connection with Trains en tha 11
Little iniamf A Colnmbu Sc Xeatla -'' i
Railroads. . ,:
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaver ColnmhuV at 1:SS ; ' '
A.M. - Will stop at Delaware, Carding toe. Uileaa,' . :
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, ehiloh. Sew London
Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve-' '
land at 6:55 A. New York 70 A. M, f This train :
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday.
nu. i AijUJrmuuAiiuu jjeavee -oiuniBas
at 5:00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This '
train starts from tee Freight Yard.
, NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at
UaoA.M. Will stop at Delaware.Ashley .Carding- .
ton, 'Gallon, Crestline. Shelby. New London, Wei- '
ling ton. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland .,;
at 3:5f P. M.,N'ew York next day at 3:30 P.M.
MAIL AD EXfrUSHS-tieaves columbusat 1:40
P. M. Will stop at Worthington. Lewis Cental. -Delaware,
and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London. Wellinaton. Grafton and Berea. !ir.i.r
rive at Cleveland at 90 P. M..New York 1:i P.M. "
rassengers for fort. Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ine this train, will get sleeoina ear at Crestline at - ,
0:00 P. M arrive in Fort Wavne at 11:60 P. M,'v
Cb eago at 8)0 a. M.. being in aavanoe or au otrj
er rout-j, have ample time for breakfast, and take
the earliest train for the West - ' . - ..
erKiniir LtLtD AuuunMUUAiiuit v ia.ur.u-- i
AWARE Leaves Columbns at :30 P. M. Will T
stop at ail stations oetween voiaiom, suo opnan- u
neia. arriving at Delaware at 3su r. u Donngneia ;
fSO P. M. Tbis train leaves Springfield at 10 A.
arrives at Delaware at titi A- AU; Celambaa ""
10aWA.iL : , ir :!..-.-. , - ,
PateatSleepIsstr CarsareraatoaisUI '
XllKBl rains f ajtilcasTO, r
v New Yorlt avad . . .
''.,. , ., B0S0B.,. ,i'.i, , , ; .,:
- Hanaro eheeked thronah tor New York and I .
Boston, via Cleveland : alae. to Philadeinhia and
New York, via Crestline;"
fiblUKIllout ) ,ri -y
Night Express arrives at Colnmbns at 1:45 A. M.'
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus all: '1' :a
P.M.
Mail Train amvee at Columbns at 9fS P. M. ,
Snrinrfield Aoeommodation arrivea at Colombo, .
at 10MU A. M. ,,. , , . .1 ..
Fare as .ew aa by ar Other Route,
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. 8. FLINT. - ' '
Superintendent. Cleveland. Ohio. .-'
. JAMES PATTERSON.
- Agent, Columb. s, Ohio.
Columbus, Not. as. 1888. . ,
1
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
foi
On an after MONDAY. Nor. 33d, 1888. fOVB
. TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus .
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, BT.'
LOUIS, DAYTON, BICHM0ND, LN-;
DIANAPOLIB CHICAGO. ,
Wlthou change of can to DAYTON and RICH .: '
ttUUll, and only one cnange ot cars to la
DIANAP0L1S and CHICAGO. - :
Connections are reliable as follows -
FIRST TRAIN (Daily). -. -
Leaves at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati, Cirolevtllo
Lancaster, mllsboro and Chillicotbe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a
Cincinnati at 120 a. m.
SECOND TRAIN.
- (Daily except Sundays J - -
Leaves at BUM A. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton : .'
Richmond. Indianapolis ana i;nicago. and stops at .
West Jefferson, London. Sonth Charleston. 81 ma,
Cedarville.Xeoia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow . - "
South Lebanon. Fosters, Lovelanil, Milford, ar- ,
riving at Cincinnati at 10:35 A. M., connecting '
with the Mail Boats. . '
v '..'.:.. THIBD TRAIN.' .
(Daily except SundaysJ , ' ; i ,
leaves at 1t4 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton aud " i :
Sprirgfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati a . ,
6:30 r. u..
i - -1 i .-
FOURTH TRAIN.
' -i 1 ' (Daily except Sundays.) '
I leaves at 8 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and '
Springfieid via London, stopping at Alton, West '
Jefferson, London, Sonth Charleston, Selma, .
Ce.'arville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. M. I
Sleeping; Cars am all Nlg-ut Train, '
' HENRY BR001T8, Ticket Agent, ! .
W. H. H. SHINN.Agent.
JOHNDURAND. 1 - .
GeplTioketAg't.J - i. . . V '
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
. ' J '.: ::".i ..) :
PAN HANDLE HO DTE.
. . , v
to
On and alter Deo. 18th, !!, trains will run as ; .
toiiows:
Leave. N. Y. Express.
Columbus..... .8:16 A. M.
Newark ..4:SSA.M.
Steubenville.. .:M A. M.
. Arrive at "
Pittsburgh ....IS 00 M.
HarrUburg..i.lo.30 P. M.
Philadelphia.. 3 M0 &. M.
New York.... 6:15 A.M.
Baltimore S-.S0A. M.
Washington... 5:15 A.. M.'
Boston.. 60 P.M.
.Mail
tfiS P. Ml
8:3S P. Jl.
0:46 P. M.
Fast Line,,
Hi SO A.M. .
1:30 P. M,
5J0F.M.
M A.M. ' 7S0P.M.
12:08 P.M. a0A.M..
4:10 P.M. ; 0:60 A. M i
70 P. il W:20 P.M.
6:20 P. M. 80 A.M.
10:10 P.M.- H-MP.Ml '
6.-00 A, At liioop. M, ;
E'ecant sta'e room sleeping cars on all nighttniins.
' On the rast Line the oelebrated ''Silver Palaoe' :
da and night ears are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
Passengers by thelrfOA. M. Sunday traia
arrive in Kew York at 5 ,'clock Monday jnornmg.
an advantage never before ofiered. . . .
.,, S. F.8CDLL. ' '
- Gn1 Ticket Agt Steubenville. O. '
; W. W. CARD. Snperintenrtert, steubenville, 0.
m- t IJ-B.BROOKS, .,
Ticket Agent, Colnmbus. 0. '
JOHN B. PETERS. Agent, Columbus, O. ' '
FiunelO-dly '' " -- ; ' u ; .
S
.MEDICAL'.,.:. -'I:;,.;:,;-.;
to- PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE." A Nrsr
?0ttBBB OP LscrtTRBg, as delivered at the New "
ork Museum of Anatomy, embraoifec-the snh--iecUt
How to live and what to live, for; Youth.
Maturity and Old Age ; Manhood general y review- '
ed: Theeange of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted fort Marriage plilosoph
ically considered. Ae. ... . . ..,.. ..
' Pocket volumes containing there lectures will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeointof
four stamps, bv addressing SSCRETARY. N':
Yoai VpogiiM r Akatomt Ad Soiavoii. u i
Bboabttat Nnr xoax. Tr-fob38Uy
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