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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
7 Showing- the arrival and departure of train at CoC
r) aeaoea, Ohio. On and te Monday, Nov. S3d
. 8 tr una will rua m followi t
ClTlu4, Mnnkn ClaHl B. B.
SL f - " " mat. " ' abiyb
' V. Y.A Western Expreat.. 1 5 A. M. 1 34 A. M
lonsiprM ..ii:iu &. jii. iu r. en
3 1 Mali lit ipnn 0 P. M. 946 P. M.
u t i. - i . r. n i . . . . .
p. flpringaeie amn.TU vwt r. si !:.- a. M
o. 1 Accommodation.,
5:00 A.M. 7.45 P;M.
i
-" TUl train leaves Sunday roornlnfr not Monday.
r- JAJ1ES PATTERSON Am!.
MtUe BiuaAOolmataift Xenla B.K.
, . - "' ' -- '-''' ISATB. - AltltlTS.
. Aright Express ......... a KM A. M. 1:04 A. M
Oiaeianati AooMBBodktioa. fcoo A. M. : P. M.
f xpras. 1:45 P.M. U:M A. M.
.'Express... 8:00 P. M. 1M P.U
tv. f '- J ; r : W. H. H. Shinx, AttentJ
;.MtmN Ohio Railroad, Ceatral
ii.-.rrtio ...ala JDlriaioa. -;
' .':,' ' I. ATS. ' ABSTVS.
. HUht Express A. M. 19:10 A. M
Lightning Express....... Jl:10 A. M. 6 35 P. M
- Express Mail. I:1S P. M. IS JO P. M.
,U. v.. 5i-.j.v A. . Smith, Agent, i
JelaaB..-.e, Chleasro aa ladiana Cen
,.; ... . ..,. tralllallwar ...
ARKIVB.
C0 A. M-
.JfrgTit Wxpnte.. ..... ...tsss A. M
. Toledo S.xpre.s.,
HHtO A . li : 4K l U
'"Western Express....... 5:50 p. M., Ti5 P, U
- way tkxpres. jus r, U. 110 A. M.
- i-i-.i.i v G. A. flux, Agent, i
nttanra;h, Claelanatl M. Aoalt)
.V:oi'i ... T": Matlway. .".-
' -J'-'" LI ATS.
. lUw Tork Basnet I:it a. M.
J.lghtaiog Express 11:30 A- M.,
T4.U and Express iai P. M.
Aimm. -
13KM Mid't
E-4S P. M.
13:45 P. M.
aS P. M .
A fatten Accommodation 5:00 A.M.
o fiow i ore Exrwoat tan daily.
All other train!
n au J. oxoept sandar.
' DenaUon Aoaojamodatioa atatto from
iwd..
freight
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
feastara Thnvli VaITi.
, Ti Stoabormlla and
PiUiknnik. . . . . .
jtaitera Way Mailv C. C.
i.4.E.......
Xorthmet-ria ft, W. A.
iJU.. . C. W. C.R.R.
-1 y tt
tUtle Uiaaii Thro' j
Little Miaai R. R.. Wa..
C. U.-K.- Kmrk.
ABB1TS8. ' OUm, '
A. a. r. X., A. m. r. K
13 JO BM 16:00
.... IS JO
1 :! ' ' .... :
tJO
4:15
....
7J0
11 :M
I1J0
;J:M llf
xanesrilTe A VTheeUng., RdO 1M 730
C.O.jWj...r... .... 1140 T30 ....
CjP. A L, TenrngB aad--
Wy . .t .... .k t f.t .14)0 11)0 T;30
ViTOlerille, UiuUieotha r,-
.1
....
10 JO
10-J i
!
ittts- aa)oa a VTvO
730
.1
Caat waj.rtatioaal Bead.
Ml. Vernon Way. WosUr-
tto.Ao. '.........."
Sorth Colnmbu and Clin-
1I.-46
.M o'
Tf as h i nton cMriiir
'rixbnrg; L (tri-weeklyj
arriToi Mod d ye Wedw
Madan, A Friday, aad
iaavae ToMdara. Than-1
dart and Sataraan....
V... ' '
fiJi.i a.,
. ; T0
. Centre Villure. ftri-week.
Wtaesde7i,Tharda7t UmV
OjjDS' J. WOOD PortmaHer.
Memorial for and Asylum for Inebriates.
.!''- Wtotca.' - ';:. 1; ;
)tMcHeoraola tii Honte of' BeprowntatlToa
aad Senate of the State of Uhio-i - t
;Wltt; your bonorable rxxlr permit an -bumble
citizen to call your attention and '
in Yoke your action upon a fenbject deeply
intereetlnj; to the pmptmt Ohio, and In
the demands of "kamanity.-4 -'For many
yaari a lsre claaa ol tb peopT ot the
State urged each returoinp; Legislature to '
paae a atxlnKeat- temperance law and the
statute book has beenlfllled with various' ;
prohibitory enactments; and many active
temperance people, all over the State, have
rayed and labored, and entered into every
orni:0f poUUcalaocl&l. and moral eombi
nationg to advance the cause of temperance;
yet, all must acknowledge that Intemper
ance was never more , extensive than at
preseaWand it is a lamentable fact that a'
vast number of alls ages, and conditions, '
ari.wactrag -their substance, destroying
their health, and casting, a deep, dark
shadow ovci he happiness and prosperity
, of many iamUies.. I pray your honorable
body to pause one moment bear multi
plying rHmpe ranee enactments," and look1
at Lhiav great snbieet of intemperance in
alco)holiidrijks la - the .light ' of truth, i
science and philanthropy, and then you '
may rescue thousands trom destrnetion.and
save to the State a vast amount of health, '
happiness, money and productive Indus--tey,:!:tfn
J4 vfiju-i,. b'.'.ii!;:''!-,-.' ..... '
Hitherto a most fatal mistake has beea '
made by the supposltl n that a terrible and 1
wide spread 'disease could be removed by
strong legislative - enactments. . Drunken- ' '
new, -or inebriety, is a disease1; one of a
complicated ' nature; -.one that may vary ;
wlttvery individnal ease ; one that takes '
a deep hold on mind and body ; one which :
requires the same -eare&il-and judicious
treatment, tnedicaJly,. socially And xnerally,
that we carry out in .all oi our Benevolent
Instltntions, and' trom which we see such .
happy -results. There is m vast taumber In ,
Ohio, of all ages and conditions, afflicted i
with this most fearful and sad disease ; to
neglect and insult, and despise (hem, by,
passing them by with, "Oh l he is only a
drunkard P. is a crime against God and
hnuialiity: 1 .Underneath all the . waste
and ''ravages of thlr destroying malady
there' is a beart, and a deep yearning
soul that Often, in- Ms darkest gloom, cries
for help, .ThaUhe'Dyoor honorable body .
can give for -many of this ' unfortunate
class, and their - sympathizing .lriends-.
Thlr disease is curable! A. vast majority
of cases -may be restored to health, happi-.
ness and prosperity ; and the destruction
of a vast amount of property and health,
can be prevented ; and the productive in-.
dustry of- the State greatly increased, and .'
the demands of a lotty humanity filled.
Therefore, your (memorialist would juost
earnestly ask your honorable body to' pass
such laws, and to appropriate such means,
as may be. aecessary to establish in- Ohio'
an Inebriate., Asylumr lor the treatment :
of inebriates, aud to authorize the trustees
of said institution to receive any donations i
or bequest that might be made to aid in this
work of philanthropy..' The health, hap--piness
and prosperity of A, large, clssa of
those whose mlefortune have led them into .
temptations, where they have acquired this
disease, call upon you to take this important
step.', Humanity, .with her lofty claims,
demands It- Ohio, our proud and noble
State,-has ever been foremost in all great
works ot Benevolence and Philanthropy.
Her Asylums .and Benevoleot Institutions
are the pride and glory of the State. Not
a citizen would take back a single cent,
honestly spent In all these great works.
They indicate, on behalfofZthe State a
christian philanthropy, worthy, of her glo
rious name and fame. Yet, Ohio is behind
the age in this great work of providing an
asylum, for inebriates' 'when she should '
have taken the initiative, -- New York al-,
- ready hasitwo extensive institutions or'
inebriate Asylums,' both prosperous and
doing: -vast Amount of good. 'Massa
chusetts has one, and already talks, of
enlarging or building another Pennsyl
vania also has one. The important: and
happy experience ot these institutions Is
now before the world, aDd furnishes an un- ,
. answsrable argument in favor of inebriate
asylums. At the "Washingtonian House,"'
in Boston, the number-of-admissions in'
2665 was 370; or those doing as-ell and sup
posed to be reformed or cured, at -the end 1
of the. year, -was l&ij those greatly im- ;
proved, with hope of cure, 42. The reports
from 6tber institutions are no less favora
ble. Many, desolate homes have already
been made happy by these institutions;
many, shattered In body and mind, have
been restored to health and prosperity. - So
it will be )n Qhio- if a similar ; measure is
used.
Your memorialist need not multiply ar
fuoients, the cause is so plain, the subject
so important, and the demand for help to
rescue a large class of inebriates in Ohio
from entire destruction, .that your bumble
petitioner would urge opon your honorable
body the importance of early and decisive
action in this work of humanity. , ,
All of which is respectfully submitted to
your honorable body . , v .
WAYNE GRISWOLD.
WAYNE GRISWOLD. Circleville, Pickaway Co., O., Jan. 9, 1869.
Weekly Review of Columbus Market.
STATESMAN OFFICE, Jan. 20.
Excepting in a few articles, the market '
has undergone do change since Jast week
APPLES Have advanced to $4 00 -6
00 per barrel, and tl 502 00 per bushel.
BUT1ER Dull at 30 to 35c for prime,
roil. ,i.-niii" - '
B ROOMS Firm and uncbsnaed 'We
note small Sales ol eommon at 93 252 75: '
medium at $3 00 3 60; and extra at 4 00.
Fancy are quoted at aa.. ..i.u
CHEESE Firm. Sales of Dair at 17
ai7Wc, and Ohio factory at 20c. -'
COFFEE Find! and fn good 'demnnd.
Sales of .common Elo at 20Qlte; medium '
do at 23 25c, and prime to choice 25 Ufa
26c. Jav Is seilinVat 33040c.
DRUGS tAND " DYES A few BliebV
changes ia the price ot some drugs. We
quote: Alcohol, 2; 15 per gallon; Allum
;...;!t--.l ' r. .!
-.A ftl ,i i-'H
I i : J
I m liii
6"(a7c: Borax 4042c; .Chlorolarm
?0i3t"86,""'pefw pound'-'- Copperas
224c; Uum uaropnor si au(si to per lb.;
Indigo $1 451 75 per lb; Morphine (ace-
tafo has bHvu nsvort tn 21 r(rf 1 X K( ivae m II
VtAVrx, ucaa aau v..- eru a fj SV2I VA-i VU
Cinnamon $4 254 60 per os.; Oil, Cod Liv
er. 91 80(32 25 tr gallon : Oil. Olive. S-2 50
2 75 per gall; Quinine (sulphate) $i 25
IS ao per os.; ipsom Salto567c; Salt
petre 915c; Sulphur 78c.
EGGS No change. We quote at -30
35(s per dozen. ,
FISH Sales of. No. 1 Mackerel, half bar
rels, at $12 50; No. 2 do. $11 00; White risb,
new, at $7 25, half- barrels; Gibbed Her
ring at 5 2d; Labrador ao. at 7 uu; aneu
do at 60c ; now Cod Fish 84 to 9,. -
FEED Sales of Bran at $1 25 per hun
dred; Shorts at $150 per hundred; and Mid
dlings at per hundred. - -
FLOUR Sales of Soring at $7 608 00;
and white at CS 509 00.
FRUIT AND NUTS The demand for
foreign lruit is good. We quote Layer
Raisins at $3 50 for old, and $4 50 for new;
currants ioc; xrunes itsc; r igs isa)c; Cit
ron 40t-; Almonds 2540c; Filberts 20c ; Pe
cans 2022c; Brazil nuts 1820c; Sardines,
quarters, 25c; Oranges $6 00; Lemons
$6 00. - - ' .
GRAIN wheat continues steady at
l 3U31 50 for prime red; Oats 45 50a;
Rye $1 15; Corn 50c per bushel.
- HAMS AND BACON The demand is
limited, owing to the progress of the kill
ing sesson, and quotations are nominal.
We give Mess Pork at $29 00, and Dried
Beef at 2523c. -
BOGS Remain the same as last week
at $7 B0(&8 00 gross. .- i
HAY Scarce; clean bright Timothy
from wagons will bring $-16 00 IS 00 per
ton; baled $5 00 higher. Clover is quoted
dull at $5 608 00. Straw, bright oats, is
given at $8 00 9 60 per ton.
HIGH WINES Continue at 98c$l 00.
LARD Firm at 1820c. '
LEAD AND SHOT Small sales ot Drop
Shot at $3 75; Buck $4 00; Bar Lead 13c.
LUMBER Demand continues active.and
at each of the "Tarda a very desirable busi
ness is repotted. We quote: Common
Pine boards at $22 50 per M feet; Box
boards, rough, at $40, and planed do at
$45; clear Pine boards at $60; Pine joists
at $24; dressed Pine flooring at $37 50;
dressed Oak and Ash do ac $40; dressed
Pine weatherboarding at $22 5025; Dry
poplar $3545; lath at $4; dressed pickets
at $5 per hundred, and shinglesat $6 25
6 50 per M.
MOLASSES AND SYRUP Continues
without change. We note sales ot Sugar
House Syrup at 65c; Good do at 85c$l 00;
Extra do at $1 101 15; Drips at $1 25
1 30; P. B. Molasses at 8590c; and new
crop New Orleans at $1 00 1 05.
OILS Sales of Lard Oil at $1 401 55;
Linseed $1 001 02; and Fish Oil at $1 10
1 15.
PETROLEUM Is steady at 3436c.
POTATOES Firm at' 80c$l 00 per
bushel. - -
(cB ICE Without change; 10c for choice.
SALT Dull and in limited supply. We
quote Hocking and Zanesville at $2 75
3 00; Cases Dairy $4; Barrels with sacks
at 6. f "A
"SEED Cloter, none in market. Worth
$9 00 per bushel. - We quote Flax at $2 25,
and Timothy at $3 25 per bushel. -
SOAP Sales of common at 910c; Ger
man at llc; Erasive llU12c; Bab
bett's 13c; American Castile 17c; Foreign
do. 25c.
STARCH Unchanged at 8c. - -..
SUGARS Firm and in good demand at
11c for Molasses Sugars;12)14c lor Cuba;
13Ml4Kc for Porto Rico; 15"4o for yel
low C; 1530 for extra white C; 16c for
white A; and 17c for hards.
TALLOW Unchanged at 1213c."
TEAS Firm at 95c$l 25 for common;
$1 01 .70 for medium; $1 75 190 lor line
to-choice Voting Hyson; $1 65 2 00 lor Im
perial; $1 752 00 for Gunpowder; and
$1 251 65 for Oolong.
TOBACCO We quote manufactured
iark 10s, s and Navy t 65 75c;
bright 4 and pounds t 95c$l 30; Six
twist at 40c; Smoking .at 2232cand
chewihg. fine Cat, at 65c$l 20. - (
wuuijjba w AK1& we give JNo. l Tubs
at $13 00; No. 9 do at $11 50; No. 3 do at
$10 50; No. 1 Chares at $14 00; No. 3 do at
$13 Out No.'3 do at $12 00; Washboards at
$3 25; two hoop Pails at $2 80; and three
do at $3 00. v
WHISKY Sales of common 'at $105;
Bourbon at $2 003 00, and Rye $3 00
4 00 per gallon.
CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
To ail cAom it may concern : -. . ., . -
,.'y.'J Cirv-Ctias'sOrFioi'.J -'
COLVKBVS. O.. Deo. SI, 1868. (
Notice is herebriiven. that Drocoedincshmve bees
initi MMed in tbeCHVUonneil of Colnmbiu.for ma.k.
inc the following improvementa,to-wit:
ior Daiiainc n aonoie earnaice may tingle tpaa
bridge at the 'erosting of the canal on Friend
ftreet-
- Also, for grading and paring the nnpaved tide
walks, totters and crossings on Young street from
broad street to ntate street.. . , , .T
Also. for building a doable row fUg stone pave.
meat across Fair allor apon the tenth. aide of Chan
el street. ., . . ....,, - - f-
Also, for building a St-ineli - brlok fewer on Oar
street from Fourth street t, Fifth street - , '
. The same to be done in aooordanoe with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil ngin-
ir. ana niea in tne omoe oi me uitj uiera.
All persons claiming dam&ses on ecoonnt of ee.id
proposed improvements, are required to file their
laimt in the office of tne Clerk, in writing, on or
oeiore tne jonrut a ot eDrnary. a. v. imos.
, ' u, WILSON..
-deca8-dltaw4w u " City OleA.
' An Ordinance ;'; '
To assea a special tax upon the real estate bound
ing High street, trom a point m feet tooth of
Friend street to the loath! side of South Public
lane. .- i. .-..--'
Skctiok 1. Be it ordained bv the Oitr Connail
of the City of City of Columbus, That the sum of
bieTen uouart, xnirty-one VJonts, bignt and rour
tenth Mills, be-and the same is hereby levied inJ
assessed upon each foot front of the several lots of
land bounding or abutting upon High street from a
point iz feet aontn oi r. ienn street to the south
line of South Public Lane, as the sama are desig
nated upon tne plat of the Civil Engineer, on file
la the office of the City Clerk, for the cost and ex
pense of grading and paving the gutters and road
way with wooden blook pavement (Nicolson). ex
cepting that part between the rails of one track ot
the slreet railroad, along the same, according to the
estimate of the City Civil Engineer, with the fol
lowing oreditt for old material; inlot No, 243. or.
KHf teet earn, at M cents: inlot No. 243. or 62H
feet of curb al 38 eentsr intot ill, cr. 61 feet ef
curb at as cents; inlot 939. cr. tUX feet curb, at 91
cents; inlot 237, er. 11 feet curb, at SI cents; inlet
354, or, feet curb, at i8 cents: inlot 365. cr. 6X
feet enrb. at 26 cents; inlot 3&S, cr. 49 feet ourb, at
26 cents; inlot SST.er. 55 feet curb, at 26 cents; in
lota SS. 3J.9 and 380, er. leet curb, at 96 oents;
N. Xof inlot 364, cr. 31 feet curb, at 26 oents: S.
of inlot aes.er. Sli teet ourb, at its cents.
8to. 2. That the owners ' of the several lnts of
Lland upon which tho foregoing assessment is made.
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
due in that behalf, to John Walsh. A Co w thin
twenty day." trom the date of this ordinance, or be
subject to the interest and penalty allowed upon
the tame by law. .
Sao. S. All ordinances heretofore passed, mak
ing partial assessments for grading and paving the
roadway of High street, from a point 196 feet sooth
of Friend street, to the South lineoi Soatb. Fublie
lane, be and tho tame it hereby repealed.
, . WM. NAGHTEN.
' ' . President of the City Uuancil.
Passed Dee. S3, A. U. 1868.
Attest: L.. Wilson, City Clerk, i -
jan4-dlt . ,..," . " - . . .
"' An Ordinance
Making appropriations forpnrposes therein named.
Suction 1. Be it ordalSed by the City Council
Of the city of Columbus. That these be and it
hereby appropriated from any money in the Treas
ary not heretofore appropriated, the following tumt
of money, to-wit: - - - -f
For exnensea ot & trees. Commlasieiier anrl r?bln
Gang, $1.009j. j. , i n. .i
- For expenses of Fire Department and payment of
old eabia. iMak . ,
Foe expenses of City Police, 11.450. '- r"; '
hot the payment of salaries Of City Officers,
lot the payaienl of Printing and Stationery,
For payment of expenses of City Park, 12.000.- .,
. For payment of Gas and Gat Lights, $4,000.
For the payment of Incidental Expenses, $500. J
For payment of Temporary Loan, 30,00f. -For
payment of expenses of Sewers and Dials-
age, 100. .' . .
Foi payment pf expense of building Bicolson
pavement, SMS1 75. ...
.For the payment of expenses of East Grave Yard
For the payment of expense! of Goodale Park,
For the payment of note due J. M. Pugh on the
1st January. 1809. S1.S00. . . .
For payment of expenses of Market House, S100
For part payment of Thomas C. Thurman. fo
enlisting Laws and Ordinances, 5fi0.
. Sao. 2. The several sums of money appropriated
by the foregoing section shall be expended ia the
manner prescribed by the fifth section of the ordi
nance defining the duties ot the City Clerk, passed
May 26th. 1657.. ,,. - '
. WM. HAGHTEN, .
I """-""Tresidentof the City Counoil.
' Pasted Deo. 28, A. l. 1868. -
. Attest: L.K.WitsON. City Clerk, ' '
jani-dlt
! Besolntion to Contract.
XttOvtd That the City Civil Engineer be, and
na Is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name of the city of Columbus, with Michae
Ualvin. for building a double row flag crossing
across Center alley at the south tide of Long
street, npon the following terms, to-wit: .
K?IV.'2Tmt,Ilg 01 da. Twenty-fiva oenU per
on Die yarn.
For boulder paving. Forty eento pet square
For flagging, U Inches wide, B0 oents per lineal
foot. - '. ' ...
. Adopted Deo. 28. 188S.1- ' '
. I Attest: L. B. WILS05. City Clerk.
; -An Ordinance
' To chan s the aame of North Publio lane. . .,':'
RarmoHl. Be it ordained br the RitT Cnnni.!! nt
tba Oitv of Colnmnna That the name nf Nnrth
Fublioianebeebauged te jiaah tea street. ' -
' '' President of the City Council.
Patted Deo. IS, A. D. 1H6S.
. ItlHl: L. K. WlLBOK- Cttw Rlerk.
OiaasVAit , ,-. . - ., . .. .
-PRLNTLNO;
PRINTING.
THE UBOEST AND JlaOST COH
PLETE ;
BOOK & JOB PRINTING
ESTABLISHMENT
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
PHOPKIETOH8.
Nos. 36, 38 & 40 North Highest,
COLUMBUS, OHIO' '
The attention tba Business Public - called to
tba superior facilities of this Establishment,
f ' ' Wa have in constant use
Eleven Steam Power Presses
OT TH
BEST AND LATEST KINDS
And our ability to get ont work promptly it
surpassed in the West. We have lately
made additions t our already
LAR6G TARIE1 Y OJ?
PRIHTING TYPES,
And wa feel confident to satisfy all who may give
,v a call.. Our large fonts of type enable us
L to do all kinds of
BOOK . PRINTING I
1 ...v" ...'' a '
ja tba most promprand exoellent manneT.'and we
call th. attentitnof those wanting anything -i".
H a'totaiaiaetsth. j g. j
; ; i a .- i ' :
EIL-EGr AJXX SPECIMENS
That w. have executed in th past year.
JOB -PRINTING !
Tne reputation of this Honte for fine Job Printing
is well known to the business community,
1 "Employing ag wa do, none but the
i
Best of Workmen.
And having a foil assortment of tha
. ; . ' S; ' '
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF. TYPE,
. : . .-- . : . - !
' We will guarantee the utmost satitfaotlonj
! V1 ' ' -v
5 V ALL1K.IHU3 Ot, -
, i .- . - -
Mercantile,- x
i Railroad, ; i U !
! rv Pank and . T v
- i ' v 1 ' u Commercial '
Printing,
i-f-v
-SUOH
Bill Heads, , : : Cards, --.:..!
.-t j . - -j
Circnlars, ;A f Letter Heads, .
Blanks of su kinda Cheeks, 1
Drafts, : &e4c.,:;;.;fv. ,:.
j ' " 15 FACT. -
EVERY KIM) OF JOB PRIMING
- j We also keep on hand a larger stock of , .
Than any other Printing Boats in the city took at
Saper Royal, Ifleditsna, '
Denajr,
"','.';. Cro-erm Cap,
ltterand
Cap,
Of th Destqaalities, and, purchasing them as ws
- do, dirsetly from tho manufacturer, we arc
. ' enabled to do our work at eorreapond-
f I ingly low rates. We arc Sola , '
. Agonuiortna . , -
CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
- ' I ' ; . ' . '"
PLATPfER 4i PORTER.
BLANK i BOOKSl
We particularly all attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by us- We arc prepared to
j a - fill all orders for i- - .
; - i;. ; i
' ' 1 . W eA' J.
tiedeers,
Journ j1 si.
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooki are all done in tba best ttylc ' of paper, rul
ing and binding, and wa aha lange competition in
this line.- , r r - t .- ; .-- (
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buy f u s: a. o a. jl. jl. .
; NEVINS ' & MYERS,
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Mi'M sY AO IfbrabXIlB 8i4et,
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250 AND 252
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
are.no w openetq tselk;
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FRANKLIX, HOUSE,
(RecenUy Merchant's HoteU . .. , I
Nos 280 and 838 Month' Hlb Street,
v . . COLUMBUS. OBIO.. '" ' j
THE rifDERSlGl;C.D, FOH A NTJIrl
bet of years proprietor of tba National Hotel
of this city, takes pleasure ia annoanein to the
public that he has leased the above named Honse
for a term of years, hid it thoroughly renovated.
suppuea lurougnoui witn entire new turniture.ena
is now ready for the reception of guests, both
transient and regular boarders. He flatters himself
that his long experience in the hotel business and
his determination to devote his entire personal at
tention thereto will enable bim to give perfect sat
isfaction to all who may f.vor him with their pat
ronage. . , H- REYNOLDS.
n. B. a raioon ana ttestaurant is attached to
the Hous: also, extensive Ptnblini. attended hr
competent and attenave hostlers. . H. E.
deoia-aim
ST. JAiVSES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, near fflain,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
BKNEY P. ELIAS, . - . Proprietor
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRAL!,!" Lo
cated and convenient t business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriaole stopping
place ior persons visiting the eitr. No pains will
be spared U make the stay ot guests pleasant in
ever oarticul myt2-dttm
BOOK BINDERIES.
500,000
BOOKS WASTED FOR BISDIXG.
HAVE-YOU
A NT ROOKS. NAG IZ1NES. SHEET
ra. MUSIC Ac. Ac. that von wish to have
hnanrf in a nioe firm binding, nromotlv. at low
priceB? Books sent for and returned to any part of
tne city oy giving notice tnrougn postcmce, or at
tne ... . , - .-.
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
BLANK BOOK MaNTJ FACTORY
tne of the largest and best appointed Binderies in
the State.
Bssmt 34. 36, 38 North High Street,
(Over Messrs. Nevins A Myers', and Statesman
steam ranting unices.)
BLANK BOOKS!
BLANK BOOKS!!
- BLANK BOOKS! !
Of every description and qnality, from the hishest
to the lowest, printed If desired, ruled and bound
to any required pattern, ana superior workmanship,
at the lowest oHoes.
Orders frm County Offioers, Banks, Merchants,
and all Offioers requiring SDrfihlOR BLANK
BOOKS, will be executed promptly, with our per
sonal attention,
lour patronage respectfully solicited.
: N. W. LEFATOR,
. oct3-deodSm ,-,- Proprietor. "
SIB BERT & LILLE Y,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
PRINTERS. BINDERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
: BLANK BOOKS
o every description, with or without printed Head
ings, tor
COTNTT OFFICERS, MERCHANTS, If ANFFiCTOEIBS
SANKBKS, KALLBOAD COMPANIES. AO.
tS" Full sets of Books made on short notice.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
aprlt-eoaJy . COLUMBUS. OHIO,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. & L. TESQL'EREUX
, ' ' : IMPORTERS AND DEALERS UX
WAT 0 EES1
JEWELRY,
SILT KB and
' ; PLATED WARE,
CAKES, . SPECTACLES,
- CUTLERY,,."":
GOLD PErS, '
POCKET-BOOKS and ;
, OPERA CLASSES
IK ENDLESS VARIETT. ;!.-
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Seth Thomas' and Waterbnir Clock!
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
r .ior tne ' -.
: ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es ( rencn ana txeneva) in full supply at
low rates. r ,
All orders promptly filled and satisfaction-
guaranteed. ' '
F. A. A L. LESQUEREUX.
feblS-eodly No. 71 South High St., Columbus
ruRNimiiE.
MIO BAIL HALM. ' ' - CHARLES 0. BELLOWS.
0. r. L. BUTLEE. .
I1ALJI, BELLOWS St. BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Nos. 216 &21S South Hisrh St..,.i
COttlMBlS. OHIO.
( their extentivi Manufactory U at the Foot i
- South eUttt. on the Canal.)
Their business transactions, both Wholesaleand
Retail, new extend tbrousbout the States of Ohio,
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ronHSivaui .uu loaiaas. xaey manuiacturo
PARLOR, BEDROOM, 0ININGR00M. HALL, AND
UlUHtN rUKNIIUKt
Of all olasses and everv desien of suoerior wort
mansbip and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chain of
every description. Wholesale ana ttetail.. .,
febS-devdtv '
COMMISSION.
WM. MONYPENY,
Forwafdinar ' . and Comniisttion
i; MERCHANT, :
... DEALER in . J
CRAIN OF ALL KINDS.
OCR, WHISKY, Jco. . -
XT T tt Prices Paid at all timet for
UornW . , JJariej, e e etc.
- r tT c e :
(fear West End of Nat'l R ad Hrldtre,;.
.. COLUMBUS, omo.
febiS-deodly - -.
WHOLESALE GROCERS.
W. B. BROOES. ALEX. BODSTON. WM. E. BL D
J. & W. B..BKOOEH,
Cor. Rich & Hisrh Ste., Columbu '
Wholesale Grocers,
I'..: - . DEALERS IN
HEW 0RXEAKS SUGAES AND M IA .
: - Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas Spices. T . aco , J .
febi-ly - - ' ' -. -- -
:, GROCERS.
MM, MILES. & M'UOmDS,
. NO. 13A & l SOUTH HIGH STREET' "
i GHOCKHH,
PROPRIETORS COLCmBUS POW?
lie R MAGAZINE; and agents for the sale of
Basard Powder Company's Powder. Agents ior
he tale of ' . . ,
GARDNERV PH1PPS' A CO.'S " -y
Celebrated . Sugar Cured llama,
' ' and dealers in ''
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
, GKOCERIES , -in
all their varieties. Imported Wines, Brandies
Ciaars. etc. iull-eodlv
COAL
;T. ALLEN,.. Agent.
WILLCONTINUB THE COAL BV
NE.-S at his present standi, - . -i -
No. 133 North High slreet, . .
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDUK a
HOOKING COAL, which be is prepared t aaU a
the lowest msrket price. ..... ,
mr bpeciaiattanuon paia to onipping.
mySO-eodly
Paving Notice.
ToaUehmitmayConoert,-."'' -vi t
' "-u I CITV CLERK'S OFFICB. "i i
i r.i:ri:-'- Columbus, Jan. 6, lsss.j
Wit;,., f. tiAmbT ffiven thatproceedinea have baaa
Instituted in the City Council of Coiutnbus. fo(
making tne ioiiowioie ibhv,tiiwuw, to-w is :
u..il.iln. . rinnblarow-nav eroasinw aeraaaOnAL
ale street, at the west side of Park street a m
Also, for building a d nble row flag crossing
cross Park street at the south aide of GoodaU
"Ahw, for paving tnis nnpaved sidewalks in front
of t ie south half of inlot No. 313, Heyle't addition.
The same to be done in accordance with plat, and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the office of th.Citr Clerk? '
, All person, claiming damages on account of .aid
nT-nnnanri iinBFDTamSDts. are rwini rA tn Al- .1 -:.
claims id theoffice of tlie Clerk, in writing, on or
UtJiUi V HIV uuu eASSV v sumvu, a. U. JODV.
. , . :, !! f It, iS. WILSON'
jaalS-dlUwiw . . City Clerk.
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TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Three Trains Leave Col a mbn a (Tnlosi
aij- (suaaart exceptes.)
8S2 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving at
ZanesvIUe at S:13 A. M.; BeUaire at 1030 A. V.
Baltimore at 84 A, M.; Waahingtoa City at 8:40
ifMriA u T tliUTVT vo rvptu? oa . ,,
at Zanesville at 1:47 P. Mj. BeUaire at 5:10 P. M ;
Baltimore at U:10 A. M.; Washington City atllflS
e:i6 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
ville at 4:6S P. M.; BeUaire at 9:16 P. M.: Baltimore
i . a.; TT asmnglon vlty at 33U c AL,
Close conneotiena made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and Hew York.
Passengeri holding through tickets to- Eastern
cities have the privilege of
Visiting Washington City Free.
N o Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPING CARS ON ALL VNTGHT
TRAINS.
Aak for TICKETS rla. BELLAIRE
JNO L.WILSOIJ. Master of TransportaHon
Ij. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. . . .
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenaer Agt.
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attention of the Trade is called to the superi
or stock of .
PAPERS QF ALL RINDS.
Just received ndf sale by
NEVINS & MYERS
- .- - - . -MM
86, 38 tc 40 NORTH ICf) ST., .
C O L U MB U S '
Book
IPrlnt Papers.
We have a full stock of
E.N V E L O PES,
Of all tixei and varieties, which will be sold at ths
. ii . - lowest market ratea - .
1 ous srocr or , '
21. :d
Is ansnrpaued in the city, Inoladinf
, BRISTOL BOARD
; R. R. CHECK,
' COLORED of ail kinds'
; And BLANK. 1
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GIVE US A. CALL
NETIA'S A MTEBS,
fnov-
NEW YORK, i
REEVES'
A1V1BROSIA
roK
THE
HAIBi
- Improved I
,U iv'Cl
It it ah elegant Dressing for the Hair., ,. -- .
It causes the Hair to Carl beautifully -'. i ' ".
It keep, the Scalp Clean and Healthy. ". :; 1
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Bair Falling Out, - .. :
" It keepa the Hair from Changing Color from Age'.
It restores Grey Hair to itt Original Color.' " 1: ' '
It brings ont Hair on heads that have been bald fot
: s" j years.
t it composed entirely of simple and purely tegef-
i.j ' ble substances. ' ' ( I '
- It bat received over tix thousand voluntary testi
monial! of itt excellence, many . which an from
phyiioians in high standing. -' ' t t;r 1:1
2 It is told in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass),1 by Druggista and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle Whole
tale by Demas Barnes A Co.; P. C. Wells A Co.)
Scnieffelia A Co., New York. ' BCHKT-mchTT-diy '
J. VIENNOT & CO,, ,
GENERAL NEWSPAPER
AdVe rtising Age nts.
139 nassaa suesi, flew,KSM( ,
'"", iSitablUhrd in ISSJ J . . ..,.
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' "We beg to eall the attention of advertisers te
enr agency. Our faoilitiee with all th. first ol.
daily papers in the country are second to none.
and we aro fully prepared to offer tenne and coa
: ditiont which cannot fail to give tapenor induoe
. meats. We aiae .end advertkwmenta to all Cuban
aid South American papers, with whom we bare
Messra. 'fe- akdcssb A Co' 198 Greenwich
MwaHAlTArBrjow,JlS Oneawiok street,
' Messrs SkBsocb's Sow A Co.;Typs- Fonnders,rS
1 Cbambe-s street. , - j , .--vixa .AU?ijiu
' JHessrs. Pbalow a Son, New Tork.
Messrs. Fbslon A Collkmoib, NewTerk.f 1
Messrs. Takhant A Co.. New York. . - j .,..1 .
Messrs; CHioxaairio A Son. New York.
Messrs. Kadw AT Coiiew Tots. .v '..t -.'i-
octau-od3m
it 11 1. 1. ' j Ol -"I
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Our stock oomprises a full line of ''"'
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TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO —AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Shortest Eoute West No Change of Cars
? Chicago, Keoknk and Indianapolis
F0DR TRAItTS D ATtT" leave Unlba Depot,
lumbns, on end after Nov. SJ, 1868, as "
'.i follows:- ''" ' " !
8.AA A. M. TOLritra AND DETROIT EX
UV PHES3 (Sandays excepted) "Anive,
at Milford 9:17 a m. Urbana 10:10 a m. Bellefontaina
p m, Sandnsky S:00 pm, Fiqua 11:16 a m, Te
Iedo6-S0pm. Detroit 10:40 pm. it.
This train is run expressly for Toledo and D
trnit business, arriving at both placet 8 hoar
ahead of any other route.
1,1t P. 1. MAIL AND PEORIA ETPRES3
l.lti (Sundays excepted). Arrives at Bradford
Junction 4:40 p m. Richmond 6.-05 p m. Indianapo
lis 850 p m, Logsnsport 10:50 p m, Chiosgi SiOO a m -Peoria
6:25 a m. Ua'esburg 9.O0 a m, Burlington
Iowa. 115 a m. Keokuk 13:30 p m, Qaincr 1:45 p m
Louisville ao a m. Terre Haute 11:5? p m, Mattooa
a m. Cairo 4:40 p m. Pana 4:07 a n, AltonSKWa
m. St Louis 8:15 a m, Lafayette 1S.-O0 mid. Spring
field, Ills. 7:i0 a m.
Passensers bv this train reach St.. Ttni. the nttrt
morning host re ahead and for points west
of bt. iiouis and Keokuk one train in advance
all other routes. . . . .' ,
550 SnMiSHicBAWDST.LOUISEX
tJ.tylV PRLSS (bundara excepted). Arrives at
i-iqua p m, i oieuo o:u a m. Detroit 8:10 a m,
Bradford Junction 9-30 p m, Loranspnrt JiOam
Chicago 80 am. Indianapolis S-.35 am. Tern. H.n.
i30 a m, Mat toon 9:15 a m, Pana 110 a m, Alton
a im v m. ci. L,oui3 a;w p m. Aiatarette 7:45 a m
Sprinefield. Ills., 435 p m. Quinsy llKKJp m, Keo
kuk 1H a m. Louisville 8,-Ou a m, Nashville 6.-00 n .
m, Memphis 10:00 a m.
3" Sleening oars ran in this train from Cnlnmi
bus to Chicago and St. Louis without change. Thia
is decidedly the best train from Colrmbus to Chi
cago, St. Louis and Lonisville. as it makes quioker
time ana arrives at ei. Louis and Louisville
boars ahead and makes direct connfetions fur
all noints West and Suttth one train in .Hv.no. nf .
any otber route. , , . ,
19 Art A- M- SIGHT EXPRESS. Daily via
l.tv Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), via
Logaosport. Arrives at Bradford J urotion 4:16 a .
5:35pm, Keokuk 10:45 pm, lndiansoolU 8:56am.
1 erre tiaute ix:ia p m.bvaofTille 70 pm, Mattoon
3:16 p m. Cairo 4:15 a m, Paua 50 p m, Al ton 94)0 p
111. o.. iwuibi':id p iu. Jnrm a:iu p m. TuOUlS-
vi le 5:00 p m. Nashville 50 a m, Memphis 4:15 p m;
Passeng-rs by this train arrive the aame day at
St. Louis 3 hours and Chicara a hnn.. .h-.l nr
any other route. : .--.i , ..
STATE ROOM SLEEPING GARS
Run in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.:
49" Call for Tickets via Logansport or Indian
apolis. sr ricsets ror sale at union and fiqu- Depots.x
Colembua. and at all nrinainal Railroad TikAfct-.
Offioet.
y- r. VHAti ULlSK: Bem Ticket Agent.: '4
. J-M.LUNT. General Superintendent,
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
.
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1 ..'J. Z- ' n''fH. DTTVli'lV
AAVL11 OU111AI ,
From Columbus, in connection with Trains ea'fhw-
Little Miami A CoIumTbns A Xastlst
- ' Kallroadsw ' ' -
) ..1.1 A : j ... ; '5 V:'0! ii
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at V&S 1
A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington, tiilead.J,
Galion. Crestline, Shelby. Shiloh. Sew'London. I
Wellinf ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Clevern
land at 65 A. M., New York 70 A. MlThlfr train,
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. o.i i.ii
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus .
at 340 A. M. - Will stop at all way station!.' Tail1'
train starts from the Freight Yard. j ,
NEW YORK KXPRESS-Leaves Colnmbnt at
11:10 A. M. t ill stop at Delaware, Ashley .Carding
ton. Ualion,- Creatline. Saeiby. New London, WeU
lington. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland,--,
at S P. M.. New York next day t 8:30 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at IsWVj
P. M. Will stop at Worthitigton, Lewis Center. ..
Delawarev and .11 Station. t Shelby and Shiloh. J
New London. Wellington, Uraf ton and Berea- Ar-. . i
rive at Cleveland at 88 P.M..NewYork T:i5 P.M.
- Paaseagea for Fort Wayne- and Chicago, bytak-iu
ing this train, will get sleeping . car at Crestline at
S:OSP. MM arrive in Fort Wayne at 110 P. mUj
Ch cagoat 8:00 A. M.. being in advance of all otbr-o -er
rout., have ample time for breakfast, and take
the earliest train for the West?
SPK1JNUFIKLD ACCOM MODATION "VTA'DELT
AWAKE Leaves Columbus at :30 P. M.- Will rf
stop stall stations between Columbus and Spring-' .
neia, arririn. at Delaware at I fae.M- spnngneis : 1
tAO P. M. This train leaves Springfield at T.-00
M, arrives at Delaware at A. JL; Uolttiab
A. '
uibus
UA.Jl.vji,
-ftll:i.. ' Vi lit- .1 3mt
ItratHIepiasrCarsai-e r-aiaoai all
, XlitVht 'Iraiaia te Jhloaa, - 'f
- Hew York and 'a: j "o
i Iloataau-
; a i. . , , - 1 1 . x jV - 51 a-' TiJ
; Baggage checked throueh to New Tor 1 an , ,
Boston, via Cleveland ; als, to -Philadelphia aa
New. York, via Crestline. t rl , ,, , A
' Niabt Express arrives at Columbus at 44 A. M.'--
Cincinnati Express arrives, at Columbus atj i iui
Mail Train arrive, at OolumbUt at 9fi Pi M l a -uS
Springfield Aooonuuodation arrives at Columbus .
atlOUA. M. - -lOi.-.-iJ o; .
Fare as lew aa by any other Rensseais
Askior Tickets via Cftatiiat or Cleveland.
it -t-mV. ' . B. 8.: FLINT,'. :.-:. ai-.T
Superintendent. Cleveland, Ohio, r ...
' ' - JAMES P4TTEUSON, "
, v J. -jf'.: Asent.Colunib s,Ou1ovh;0
Columbus. No-T IS. 1888. . . , ,.
- ' a
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
I'd
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY; Nov. W. 186,i FOTJ - "
.. . TRAINS DAILY will. leave Columbus
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, BT. '
LOUIS, DAYTON, EICEM0ND, IN- : -'
DIANAP0LI8 A CHICAGO, ; - :-
.uiiuu '..w v.. vj i wv .uu i . 1 J . i
MOND, and only one ohanga of cart M IN. .
. DIANAP0L1S and CHICAGO.
Conneotiont are reliable aa follows
l : : FniST-TRAm aJairy) J'ri '""f ;
Leaves at'e' A.'M; for'incinn'atr,' Cireieville '
leaster,HillsborondCbillieotbe; stops at Los' ''
don, Xeoia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving .a U
Cinoinnati at T:0 a. m. -
i - . .-"...;; 1-uA
, """"'BECOKD TEAIN...-,. ,, , ,., Vjrt
.s . i ..'-t( ,:ir
' (Daily except Sunday! J i
Leave, at 6 KM) A. M. for Cincinnati.' Davton
Richmond. indiaaanoKs and (hinavn anit itnr,, t'.il.
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, S.lma.' n.
Cedarville.X.nia. Spring Vallev, Corwm, Morrow
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelanii. Milford, aiwi, m
' riving at Cincinnati at Wi A. M., connecting
with the Mail Boau.
,. ;;" ' ' THIRD" TRAIN.'1 1 1 ?'
,," ' - (Daily except Sundays.) , i
Leaves at' 1"4' P. M for -Cincinnatf. Tayton'aBd
SDrinafield. viaXenia. arrivinar- aa f !inAnnt ujtrx
r so p. m. ... . -. . .... " 7...
'-i ' 0lST"'rRAI!(-'!.i , . 1 : :'
(Dally except Sundays.) : -,
Ijeaves at t P. Tii. ' for Cincinnati. '6ayton and .-.
Springfie d via London, rtopping at Alton, West A
f Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Solan-t-iO
Cetiarville. Xeoia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar-
riving at Cinoinnati at 10:40 P. Jl... .- - -'
' 1 - ;,,.. r- HENRY BRO0K8, Ticket Agent
W. H.H. SfllNN. Agent. ) -i ,(il3
i
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST; LOUIS RAILWAY.
ai-.i ; , PAS HAIXPUH ROXsI-?.iit! ie 'toiJ
On and arter Dec-. 18tb"Tea? Mini 'nr'lil-'l. '"''"
fallows: ,4,,n Hi ,v..: .u;. -uieud
Leave.; H. Y. Express MaaVi Vast Line.
Columbua....,.S:lS A..M05 P-.Mi : Il.-eo A.M. "'i
Newark 4-35 A. if. 8:35P.M... UO P. Mh ,.,.,
8teubenTille..;64A.M.' S.-4 P.M. -- 5JCP, M,
Arrive at t i . !" i"' '"'
Pittsburgh .,..12 00 M. 18:06 A. M. !, 7S8P.M.'
HarritbrglJ. .10:36 P. M. !'.. 6:30 A.M..
Philadelphia,, SK) a. M.. 4:10 Pi H. 9:60 A. Ms 1 '
New York.... 6:15 A. M, 7.-00P. M.,,.12.20 P,M,: i
BaltiinWo it. M0 A.-Hv SrS P. Jl. "' Willi '
Washington S-15 A. M.iMD P. M. Mas P. M
Boston.. "S. KM. . 0A.M. 12.-09 il . ,..
Elegant stateroom sleeping cars on'all night train.,
in ,h kastJ.iM the celebrated fiSilver Pal .: vi-n
day and nitht cars are ran through from Columbus-, ., ,
toPhiladeiphia and New York without change. -'
SW-rasseogert of id,j.-a, m.l 8DdaytraiavT
arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning, i
an advantage never before oflered.
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JOHN B. PETERS. Agent. Cblumbn. O
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