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JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
[Telegraph Markets Inside.]
Weenkly Review of Columbus Market.
STATESMAN OFFICE, Jan. 27.
"The market contlnties
change. . - -j. - 1 p 'i i "f T -f i
APPLjES-Hav advanced to, 9i 00 '
I 00 per barret and SI 602 00 per bushel,
v BUTIE&-all at 30 to 35o for prime
.JpU ,- .---: '.(1V'-T '.
BROOMS Firm and unchanged. - We
,boSb emaU sales of common at 602 75;
medium t 3 00 3 60; and extra at i 00.
s J"dcv are quoted at to 00, '. :r. ' ;"!T
t j- CHEiESE Firm. ; 8alea of Dairy, at 17
17Wc and Ohio factory at 20c - ;. , i
- GQFKKrrFim and , in good demand.
ISaies of comason Bio at 2022c; medium
do at 23 ( 25c, and prime to choice .25 jO
360. Java lsseiiinjr a'; HS4"o- - :' ! ;
)n DRUGS 9 AND, DYES A iew slight
(Changes) la the priced some drugs. We
2 opto: .vAJoohoJ, f3 15 per gallon; AUum
37e4ri Bora ,s4042c: Chlorolorm
i$ KXal 8 '-! per - - pourni; Copperas
32ic; Gum Camphor $1 20(31 25 per lb.;
lnduo-tl 45k 75 per- lb; Morphioe (ace-
ISfv) Has au vaiimt w aiuy tiuw vci vn
.Cmnsaion $4 254 60 per Oil Cod Liv
er, $1 80 J o pr gallon ; OJ, Olive, ti 50
,J7frprt"gaH; Quialne (sulphate) ti 25
J 35 peroz. Kpeom Salts 6Ji7c; Salt
petre 915c; Sulpmir 7i8c, ; . , . ; ; U ;
xVGGa-No chaoge. We. quote at 30
85e per dozen. - ' ' s
FISH Sale 4f KavXtfackerel. half bar
Tela, at T60r No; 11 0; White lish,
-ev at $7:85, half barrels; Gibbed Her-
tdaf at $6 85; Labrador do. at $7 00; dried
do at 60c ; new Cod Fish 8X to;- 4 -...i :
( J FEED Sales ttt Bran at 1 25 per Iran-
tared; Shorts at $150 per handled; audMUl
diinRS at $8 60 per huoared.--r , - '
1 'CFLOUfi-aieaf Spring at $7 60S 00;
; and, white 808eQ. ; ; , ,;
; - FxlUIX AND KUTS Tbe .demand for
' ; IVetgn; arait is good. We qeote Layer
Baisins at $4 00 for old, and $4 60 for new;
-Currants 15vi Prsnea 18c; Figs 1820c; Cit
ron 40c; Almonds 2540c; Filbert 20c ; Pe-
qnarters, 25c; Oranees $t 00; Lemons
lis mjABDles $400(5 00 pel barrel. '
GRAIN Wheat continues eteadr at
t tl : SO 1 50 for" pnnw red; Oats 4560q
Bye $1 15; Cora 60 55c per bushel.
i HA11A AND BACOJf The demand is
limited, owing to tbe progress of the kill
ing season, and quotations are nominal.
W give Mess Pork t $29 00, and Dried
Jjcet at -
tiOOS aiemala the same as last week
f4t$7.608 00gross.;. ?'r '..,-1-
HAY la good demand; clean bright
; Timothy from wasrons will bring $16 00
18 00 per ton; haled $5 00 higher. Clover
Is quoted dull at $5 608 00. Straw, bright
asmts, to Tgiven at $8 009 60 per ton.
HIGHWINEA Cootinue at S8c$l 00.
LARD Firm at 1920c per pound.
-' LEAD AN D SHOT Small sales ot Drop
Shot at $3 75; Buck $4 00; Bar Lead 13c.
LU MBEaOemand continues aetive,and
at each et the Yards a very desirable busi
ness is reported, - We quote i- Common
figure ooaros at i ev-per jn. wet, iwx
f boards, TDUsrh,. at $40, and planed, do at
$45; clear Pine boards at $60; Pine joists
at. S24; dressed. Pine flooring at $37 60;
dressed Oak and Ash- do- at $40; dressed
;PlDS) weatberbeardiag at $22.6025; Dry
poplar $3545; lath at $4; dressed pickets
at $5 per hundred, and shinglesat $6 25
8 60 pe J4 -5t.p r ; --.-f
vi MOLASSES AND J3YBUP Conttnnes
' . withont cfaapge.' We note sales' ot Sugar
Hus Syrup at 65c; Good do at 85c$l 00;
..XxtradoatSl 10!. 15 Drips at $1 25
-1110; Pj B- Molasses at 8690c; and new
. crop New Orleans at $1 00 i 05. n .
OILS Sales ot Utrd Oil at $1 401 55t
lIJnseed$l 0125 aadFiaU Oil, at $1 10
1 15;-. ! 5- i ; ' -"-1 -u ;
PETROLEUM la ateady at 3436c.i :
POTATOJnFimr at 80c$l 00 pef
'bushel, .) i -r ' I
tn-BICE Wlthoat change; 10c for choice,
a SALT Dull aad in limited supply. We
onote Hocking and Zanesville at $2 753
3 00; Cases Datry-$4; -Barrels with sack
f 8EEDCloTer, none Jn markets ! TVortb
$9 00 per bushel. We quote Flax at $2 25,
arid Timothy at $3 25 perbuahel. ; !
-- gO A P Sales of common at 910c; Ger4
uus t Ur; Erasive.lllic; Bab
sbeCt'a 13c;,Aaierieaa Castile 17c; Foreign
do. 25c 'f ; '
:it STABCH UachaBged at8e.
- SUGARS Firm and in good demand at
1 lie for MolseseaSugars12I4e lor Cabs;
; 13aM?io tot- Porto Bico; 15c tor yel
low C: lS4e for extra, white C; 16c for
Ijuhite A; and 17J for hards. " ; - ' I
TALLbw-irUiichaaedatl213o. V .
' TEAS Firm at 95e$l 3& tor common;
1 0(1 70 for medium; $1 75 1 90 tor fine
to choice Young Hyson; $1 652 00 lor Im
perial; $i-768430-e-GMipoWden and
$1 2516eOrOekg. "i"1"'
TOBACCO We quote manufactured
iarkflOsv X and Navy at 6575c;
bright X aud pounds at 96c$I 30; Six
rtwlst as 40c; Smoking at 232c; and
chewing, fine cot, at 65c$l 20.--j
WOODEN WARE We ntve No.l Tabs
at $13 Oft No. 2 do at $11 50; No. 3 do at
$10 60; No. 1 Churns at $14 00; No. 2 do at.
$13 Oft No. S do at $13 00; Washboarda at
$3 25; two hoop Palla at $2 80; and three
do a $3 00. -j -.. ;
WHISKY Sales feomnson at $105;
. Bonrson at $2 003 00, and Bye $3 00 t
M per gallon. vj.....;i i v'-j . r; r
Allegheny Cattle Market.—Jan. 21.
CATTLE The market since onr Jagthas
ruled dull. The high prices noted In our
last were not sustained ; buyers held back,
refusing to purchase unless concessions
were made. The . .result was prices Rare
way. The extreme range of prices were
$1 608 70 per ewt; but few sold at the
tatter figures; $5 606 75 being the gen
eral average. The number sold to butchers
In this market was small. Eastern pur
chasers took the lion's share. -
The sales tor the past four weeks were:
DeoamWtl US WS8 So
January 7 4K7.' 4 S0a 0
January 14.... ....811..., 608 oa
January 11,. ........860 0
The above shows an increne In sales to
the extent of .139 head. The market at the
close was steady but not active.
HOGS The market exhibited less ac
tivity. The high prices demanded have
made buyers more cautious. Many of them
are of tbe opinion that prices are too high.
Packers here have held that opinion for
some weeks, and have acted accordingly.
It takes a large snm of money to purchase
a small quantity of hog meat at present.
Therat- were as follows:- Best Philadel
phia $lln CO; Yorkers 1010 60; Bal
timore $10 7oll. We can rei.ort sales of
1 car load at sll 80 per cwt. Pretty steep
. The sales for the past four weeks were as
follows:. - ; .. . . ..
12 420 S3 809) S SO
...... 7.S04.... ...... 6'VU SS
January H...t ...13 ITS..
Jannary SI 7JS0.
.10 SMsUS SS
During the past three days the market
was Arm at a further advance. The sales
were nearly all lor xporr. ' -
SHEEP Tbe market during: the week
was well supplied. The. high prices de
manded for hogs bave increased the num
ber ot purchasers of sheen. Prices bave
declined 60c per hundred. The current
rates being 93 005 65 per hundred.- The
sales for the past lour weeks were as fol
lows: DaoambarSl S.850 ..S3 15 5 00
Jaun ry7, 1869 7.050 .- 3 BOSS 7
January 14 14.037. .... S Ot'OS 00
January SI . .Sal. S 0O&6 60
The market at the close was firm with an
active demand. Holders of good fat sheep
will And this a good market pipvided they
70 ail Xom U may &mcm : ,
Citt Ulkbk's 0ncB, .
Coumus. 0..1ee. tl, 1808. J
ICottoe if harabyxiTen, that proceeding bay baea
instituted in the City Counoilof Co4ambas,for mak
inr the following improTemeDH.to-wit:
For buildinx a doable oarriaxa way aingTe ipan
bridge at tba erouing of tha canal on Friend
aTo, fbt Sradinc an j parinc the unpared aide
walka. anttara aad eraaaing oa Young street from
Broad atreet to ntate street. .
r Alsonfor bntlding a doable row flag stone pave
rnrnt aeroaa Fair allay upon tbeaoath side of Chap
Alan, forlinllding V S-lnch briok sever on Gay
ttreet from Fourth atreet to Fifth street
Tbe same to be done in accordance with plats and
animates to "ba prepared by tjie City Civil Engin
ser. and filed in tbe office of tbe City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to fila their
ilaims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
oefore the Fourth day of February, A. 1). 1868.
L. K. WILSON.
dec28-dltaw4w City Clerk.
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To Ut whom it may tkmetm !
CITT CLERK'S OFFICE. -Columbus,
U., Jan. 6, tSSS.I
Fotlee is kerahy given that proceedings have been
Instituted in tbe City Council of Coiumbus, fox
making the' foUewingimprovements, to-wit : "
bmluiaga double row flag crossing across Good
ale street, at the west side ot Park street
Also, for building a double row flig crossing
across Park street at tha south side of Goodala
Also, for paving the anpaTfd sidewalks .hi front
of tie south half of inlot Ho. 113, Heyle's addition.
The same to be done in accordance with plat, and
estimates to be prepared hy ike City Civil 'Engi
neer, and filed in tha office of tbe City Clerk.
' All parsons claiming damagaa en account of said
nrnnoaad imavovements. are rea aired to file tLeir
claims in. the office of tl.e Clerk, in writing, on or
jaalS-dltawAw Citjt Clerk.
To assess a special tax upon tbe real estate bonnd
. in tbe rorth side of Uoodale street, from Park
'street to Meu aveaae. " -
Snrtinl. Beit ordained by the City Council
of the city of Columbus, That the sum of One
dollar. Forty six cents.JTbree mills, be. and the
same is hereby levied and assessed upon each foot
front of tha several 1. ts of land Dounding or
abutting upon the north side of Uoodale street from
Park street to Neil avenue, as the same are deeig-nated-npon
she plat of the Civil Esgineer. on tile
in the office of tbe City Clerk, for the oost and
aviwni, nF aradina and uavina the cutters and
srossing: S"d trading the eidewslts. and trading
and graveling tbe loaaway aioog tne same, aocorar
ing to the. estimate-of the City Civil Engineer.
Kan. 1. Tr at the owners of the several lots of
Llaad apoa which the foregoing assessment is made.
snail pay tna. amounts oi money oy uvm sever
ally due in that behall to Davi. Murphy A
JdoCabe, within twenty days from the date of this
ordinance, or be subject to tbe interest and penal-
aUowed the same by lew. ,
President of the City Council.
Passed Jan. 18, A. D. 1869.
Attest: L. E. City Clerk.
Making appropriations for purposes therein named.
Skctiom 1. Be It ordained by the City Council
of tbe city of Columbus, That there be and it
heresy appropriated irom any money in ine treas
ury not heretofore appropriated, the following turns
of moaev, to-wit: . .
For expenses ot Street Commissioner and Chain
For azpen-esof Fire Department and payment of
elddeb e.Ae.S08. --
. r or expenses oi vuy roiioe.ei.u.
' For the payment of salaries of City Officers.
- For tha pay j ent of Printing and Stationery.
5- . . .
ror payment oi expenses oi visy rars, tnt.vou.
For payment of Gas and (as Lights, tt.000.
Vnr tbe n&vmant of Incidental Exoenses. S500.
S For paymeatef 'l'omporary Loan. S0,oo0. . -,
For payment of expenjies .of Sewers and Drain
age. l0. '. .... . ,
r ot payment rr expense ot puuaing n woison
pavement, S1.121 7S.
For tha payment ef expenses of East Grave Yard,
For tha payment of expenses of Goodale Park.
- For the payment of notj duo J. M. Pogh on the
1st January. 1869, tlOO-
t or payment ot expeaseaoi naraet nouse. aiuo
Far oart navment of Toomas C. Thurman. fo
e listing Laws and Ordinances, SS00.
fcao. x 'i ne several sums ot money sppropnaiea
by tbe foregoing section shall be expended in the
manner prescribed oy tne nun section ot tne orai
nanee defining the duties ol the City Clerk, passed
May SSth. 1867. .
An Ordinance. WM. NAGHTEN.
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 28, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
To assess a special tax upon the real estate bound
lit riiga atreet, Trom a point ra icet soutn ot
mend street to the soutn siao ot soutn fuo io
Sbctiok 1. Ba it ordained bv tbe Citv Cnnneil
of the City of City of Columbus, That the sum of
Meveo Dollars. 1 nirty-one t;eots, bigot and ronr
taoth Mills, be and the same ia berabv laviad anil
assessed upon each foot front of the several lots of
land bounding or aoulting upon Uign rtreet from a
point & feet south of Fiiend street to the south
fineot South Pablio Lane, as the tame are desig
nated upon t a plat of the Civil Engineer, on file
la ui omce oi toe vity vierg, ror tne cost and ex
Dense o' grading and paving tbe cutters and road.
way with wooden block pavement (Nicolson), ex
cepting that part between tbe rails of one track ot
the si tost railroad, along tha same, according to tbe
lowina credits for old material: inlot No. 243. or.
saw leet enrb. at SS cents: inlot No. 143. er. sax
fe t of curb st 96 cents: inlot Stl, er. tin feet of
curb at se cents;-mint xw. er. at leet curb, at 31
cents; inlot 237, er. meet euro, at 21 mdU; inlot
3M.ar.S2il feet curb, at 28 cents: inlot 365. er.
feet eurb. at S6 cents; inlot 356, or. 4 feet enrb. at
Meents; inlot 357. or. 55 teet eurb, at 28 cents; in-
lots ass. aw and aco.cr. vsin leet euro, at cents;
N . H of inlot 36. er. 31K feet curb, at 26 cents; ti,
H ot inlot ses.cr. SIM leeteurb.at its cents.
s0. 1. That tbeowners of tbe several lots of
jana upon wnicn tno toregoing assessment is made,
shall pay the amounts of money by them severally
due in that behalf, to John vvalnh A tin., w thin
twenty day. Irom the date cf this ordinance, or be
subject to the interest and penalty allowed upon
tbe same bv law.
Sao. S. All ordinances heretofore passed, mak
ing partial assessments for gradin and paving tbe
roadway of High street, from a point 12S fest-eonth
of i riend street, to the South line ol Houth Publio
WM. NAGHTEN. President of the City Council.
WM. NAGHTEN. President of the City Council. Passed Dec. 28, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
' J Besolntion to Contract.
Setototd, That tbe City Civil Engineer be, and
he la hereby authorised anc directed to eontiaot ia
th nam of tha eitr of Celnmhna. with Mtti.
Galvin, for building a double row flag eroasing
across Center alley at tbe south side of Long
street, ddoi tba following lermt. to-wit:
For exoavating or grading, Twenty-five cents per
For boulder paving. Forty cents per square
For flagging, IS Inches wide, SO eents per linea
, Adopted Des. 18, 1SS8. .
Attest? L. IS. WILSOK . City Clerk.
Besolntion to Contract.
' Sitotttd. That the City Civil Enaineer ha. an1
ko s hereby authorised and direoted to contract in
the name of the city oi Columbus, with Michael
UalviB, for building a double row flag crossing
aaross Centre alley at the south side ot Spring
street, upon tha following terms, to-wit:
For excavating or grading. Twenty-five cents per
cubic yard. i , , . -For
boulder paving. Fort eents par square
'Fur flagging, 1 inches wide. Fifty eents per lin
jan4dlii0,' ...... - City Clerk. .
Great Redaction in Price.
QUALTTT AND PROPXRTIES TNI KPAIRKD.
A DELIGHTFUL. KCTBITIOUS BBVEEAGE.
I A Fieasant Invigorating TONIC. :
A Babstitnte for ALE and ALCO OLIC DRINKS
A BTEENGTHENER FOR THE DEBILITATED.
: ' Espeoisy Nursing Mothers.' ;
A certain Rbmipt for Disorders of tbe
7BBOAT, CBSST, LUNGS AKD STOMACH.
Sold by Drut gists aad Grocers. ' j
- JOS. S. PEDEKSEN.
K Murray 8t., New York.
8ola Agent for U.S. and British Provinces of N.A
jans eodSm-VNT r
Great .Bargains ia Soots and Shoes
" . .. - AT
SBEP4RD A nOBICIER'S,
Bo. 163 South High Street.' - (
In SRDVB TO REDUCE OCItPRES.
ent stock and make room for NKW 8PRIG
G0008, we will sell, without regard to cost, our
entire stock of
' mieeee mad ..
Cktlldren'a Baate and Shoes
At prioas that eannot fail to suit purchasers. We
have also a fine assortment of
Bars and VontB'a Boats and Shoes,
' . Which we are telling cheap for eah.
Gentlemen's Fine rrench Calf Box
's oed Boots .
made to order. Ao Repairing of all kinds prompt
ly a d neatly executed
jaolS-dtf " SHEPARD A BORIGER. .
THE ' PARTNERS -SIP HERETO
fore existing between the undersigned as pri
vate Bankers, nnder the firm name of Miller,
Reinhard A Cols this day bv mutual consent dis
solved. Messra. Reinhard. Feiser and Falkent'ach
have purchased tbe interest of Thomas Miller in
said partnership ind its business, ar.i will pay the
debts and liabilities thereof. ,
Columbus, Ohio, Jannarx 18, I860.
, , THOMAS. MISLER.
roov1 FRBiVK KIESER.
WOrT JACOB RK1HAKD,
tTr, JO.-EPH FALKENBACH.
The ander.igned having purchased tbe interest
of Thomas Miller in tbe late firm of Miller, Keio
bard A Co.. private Bankers, will continue tbe
business of tbe old firm at the same place, under
the firm named REINHARD A CO. .
Columbus, Ohio, January 18. 1809.
- Jacob reinhard,
roorrl JOSf PH FaLKENBACH.
janao-dlw . FRED'K FIESER
Wm. H. Dunnick) Court of Common Pleas
Maria Ivy. ) Franklin county.
Br VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IN MT
hands in the above stated case from raid court
to me directed, 1 will ofier for sale at the door of
the Com t House, in the oity of fjolumbus, on
Thursday, the 2Stb dav of January, A. D.
at 10 o'clock A. M.. a lot of honsehold funlture.
consisting at one bureau, three bedstead and bed
ding, two roekiog chairs, eaneseatand wood chairs,
ui-hes, stan Is, stove and furniture, table, one large
mirror, clock, carpet, lounge, curtains. Ac, taken
as tbe property Maria Ivy. to satisfy s,id exe
cution. - E. GAVER,
Coroner, acting as Sheriff. .
Printer's fees J5 T5 , janie-dtd ,
"Talaable Residence for Sale.
SITUATED OJS BROADWtT, BE.
teen High and Third streets, containing
twentv rooms, bsth house, witi bot and cold wa
ter. Also, improved range and furnace. Posses
ion given April let.
r or price and terms, apply at this office. ,
janY-dtf ..,- , U v. t-;f
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DR. f. H. !C. HELiMICK
. -i i : , -t -i i '- : ;-' i v .A
Gives special attention to all DiEeasea of tbe
Throat & Lungs,
- AND- DISSA8KS OP .- ,
. 3? H ZaX -9L Xj XI S ,
OFFICE So, las North jajgn Stroet,
jails-eodlyr tOLVHBVa, OHIO.
-T HEREWITH INFORM MY FRIENDS AND
A. acquaintances that 1 have left tbe Saloon of
nr. tyeorge '-"nmiat en nouta ijign street, ana
have rented tha Saloon 'of Mr. Valentine Hetti
aheimer. on 1 roat street, where mv old customers
wiil hereafter always find a gcod glass of lager
beer. Ac, Ac-, sua.. ... , . Jiuui JtLbUtt.
janie-4tawim -:-'."' ".'
EMQLL1ENT CREAM, j
TB1S DELI6HTFVb ARDELI6INT
A preparation, introduced last-winter, having'
received to many flattering commendations from
those who used it.indncestbe proprietors to bring
it again before the pnbhe, assuring them that it
stands unrivalled as ihe best protector of tbe akin
against tbe inclemency of tbe winter season. It
sot only imparts to tbe skin a delicate freshness
and beauty, but also conduces to its health, purity
ana preservation, ror Dealing aorasions. ubap
oed Hands. Faoe. Lips, or Roughness ot the kin.
it has no equal, abile its toothing qualities and
delightful frairai.c render it a neoesi-arv append
age to tne toilet.- riepared only bv MAKrbfc, a
K1TSOM, Dispensing Lbemists, 100 Mouth High
street, Columbus, Ohio. nov4-deodAw4Di
Atlantic & Great Western Railway
'Secret art's Offtcb. No. 40 Brodwat.(
New Yobk. 28th Deo . 1868. I
XTOTICF. IS HbUhBl (.IVfcN IlUl'
ll a Special Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Atlantic and Great Western Kailwav Comnanv.
will be held t tbe General Offices of the Company,
no. so Broadway, in tne uity ana state ot new
York, at lit o'clock, noon, on aturdav. the 3 Jth dav
of January next, to consider an I upprove of, or re-
et, certain etintracts entered into witn tne fcne
Etiilwar Comoan,. and tr.e Colnmbua. tlhinaeo
and Indiana Central Railway Company, and lor
other purposes. Tbe transfer books will remain
closed until atter tne meeting.
W. A RCHD A LL O'DOHERTY,
TBE CejlJlFRCIil. BA K, located
in ".Sessions' B ock." corner High and Long
streets, will be open for business January 4th, I860
Aoeoucts of individuals and firms so'icited and
satisfaction guaranteed liNTEkKST ALLOWED
OS TIME 0E.uOSi'i'S. Gold and Silver. Foreign
and Domestio Exchange, Government Bonds and
local securities bougbt and sold, fassage Tickets
to and from all tbe principal ports in Europe is
The above Bank will be open for the transaction
of business, except paving checks, Wedneda and
Saturday evenings ot eacn ween, trom 7 to So clock
dec30 cod l in . J. A. Jtr r ttt I , Cashier.
The Columbus and Hocking Val-
- ley Railroad Company. :
jXotice to Hfockholdersi.
Columbus. Ohio. Deo. 18th. 1868.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
meeting of the Stockholders of this Comranv
will be held at its office, in the citv of Colnmbua
on Tues day. January --fSth, 1869, between tbe hours
of 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M., at which
thirteen Dire tors for said Company will be elected.
and such other business transacted as may be
brought before tbe meeting. Stockholders are re
minded that the 1st provides that "after tbe first
elect-on of Directors, no person shall vote on anv
share on which any installment ia due and unpaid."
deo!9-d3tawtd-r Seo'y and Tress
50; PER PEAT. SEDUCTION.
NOTICE TO ITtKKCnANTf, BANK
ers. Broken. Publishers, stationers. Print
era. Companies, .Lawyers. Arcniteots. sohools.
Clergymen. Circulars, meet current, .betters,
Quotations.Catalogues. Music, or so, documents or
drawinis may be obtained at the following extraor
dinary cheap prices: .100 copies, fao situilies, of
any ai.oument or arawinx. so., si; ow copies, eo;
l.wo eoDies. as. so. : iuu.uuu copies, eaou. or ou per
cent, upon trie above prices may be saved by using
Maurice's Patent Autographio Printing PreBs. tor
Office. Publishers, stationers. Printers, Schools,
Companies, Ac. PrioeSSO. A yeung boycan s'rike
off loo eooiea. letter sise. per hour, of anv doon-
mert, drawing, music with the greatest fa ility.
Maurice's Patent; State Rights are sold at moderate
price". Publto experiments each Saturday.
N. B. All kinds ot Lithographio work are done
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deol7 d3tawly VMT
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I this day dissolved by mutual consent, either
party being authorised to settle the peat business
nf tha firm. Hu ll tt lu a d u a
, . T .J0- B SIDDALL.
Columbus, January 14th, 186S.
GEO. F. VHtKRi,
Special Di'triet Agent for New England Mutual
l.ifa Insuritnee Company of Boston. M... t i.
assets, ST .080,008. Dividend of profits paid annually
in sash. Office Naugbcon Building.
- JF0. B. aiitOALiaV, tc CO , :
General Insuraaoe Agents, representing tbe
Imperial of London Gold assets. ... ..10.000,000 00
Pacific of San Francisco lioid assets l.ouo.tno oo
Cleveland ot Cleveland Ataete. .-.-i. 6.aos 00
C .ntioental ef t York Assa's-... S,ias,un so
Gen. Oist. Agent of tie New England
Mntual Life-Asaeti 7.000.000 00
Office Naughtoa Building, Columbus, Ohio,
UNITED STATES MAILS
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ijsl .. Wo4JtMffto. January 3.18SS. .
PROPOSALS will be reocived at the Contract
Office of this Department until 3 p. m. of Mareh
- 31. 1888. for onnveyine the mails . f the United
. State.-, from J uly 1, 1868. to June SO, 1873, in tbe
State of Ohio, on the routes and by the sonedulei
of departures and arrivals hereinafter specified,
being routes established 2d session of iota Con
gress, ana outers.
Decisions announced by April 20, 1868.
SiST From Miami, bv Taylor's Creek, Dent, and
Chevoit, to Cincinnati, 15 miles and back,
six times a week. . , '
Lea veiliajuL daily, except. Sunday, at 8:30
, Arrive at Cincinnati by 830 am;
' Leave Cincinnati daily, exoept Sunday, at
. Arrive at Miami by 840 pm. .
M73 From Washingt n C H by Bloomingsburg,
Midway, (Cross Roads P, O..) and Newport.
(W alnut Run P. O J to A.onaon. 28 miles
and back,, once a week. -
Leave Wa?hington C H Friday at 8 am; '
- Arrive at London by S p m:
Leave London Saturday at 8 a m;
., Arrive at Washington C. H. bySpm. -
WT4 From Broadway, by Raymonds, York, West
Mansfield North Greenfield and Walnut
Grove, (n. o.,' to Rushsylyania, Si miles and
back, onoe a week.
. . Leave Broadway Friday at 8 a m,
Arrive at Rushsylvania by 4 p m; f "
. - Leave Kushsylvania Saturday at S a m;
" Arrive at Broadway by 4 p m.
Pioposals to begin service at York. 11 miles,
invited, as per following sobedule :
Leave York Saturday at 8 a m;
' Arrive at Rushsylvania by 1 m;
j Leave Rusbsy vania Saturday at I p mt t .
Arrive at Vork by S p m.
0475 From Richwood, by Pharisburg. to Maryt
ville miles and back, once a week.
Leave Richwood Saturday at 7 a ia; . .
Arrive at Marysville ' y IS m:
Leave Marysville Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at Richwood by 8 p m.
478 From East Liberty, by North Greenfield, to
. West Mansfield, 8 miles and baOf, once a
, week. . .
Leave East Liberty Saturday at 8 am;
Arrive at West Mansfield by 18 m;
Leave Wet Mansfi ld Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at East Liberty by 4 p in..
From Tippecano City, by Ginghamsburg and
. - Fidelity, to Union, 10 miles and back, once
Leave Tippecanoe City Saturday at 10 a m;
Arrive at Union by 1 p m:
Leave U nion Saturday at 1 P m;
Arrive at Tippecanoe City by 5 p m.
Proposals invited, for servios three times a
From Shadeville to Genoa, (Beckett's Store
P. O..) T miles and back, once a week.
Leave Shadeville Saturdav at 10 a ni;
Arrive at Oenoa (.Bennett's Store P. O.) by
Leave Genoa (Beckett's Store P. O.) Satur
dav at 1 p m:
Arrive at Shadeville by S p m.
From Lancaster by West Ru'hvilie, to Rush-
ville. 15 miles and ba'k, six times a week.
Leave Lancaster daily, except Sunday, at 3
p m; .
t sf P.n,b villa rv Sum:
Leave Rushvilie daily, except Sunday, at 7
Arrive at Lancaster by 10 a m.
From' New Holland, by Clarksburg and
Greenland, to Cbillioothe,23 nii.es and back,
' twi -e a week. -Leave
New Holland Wednesday and Satur
day at s am;
. Arriva at Chillicntbe nv 19 m:
Leave Chillioothe Wednesday and Saturday
slip m: ''".",.
Arrive at New Holland by 7 pm.
From Johnstown to Croton, 6 miles and back.
once a wees.
Leave Johnstown Saturday at T p m;
Arrive at Croton by 8 pm;
Leave Croton Saturday at 4 p m;
A rri ve at Johnstown by 8 p m.
Proposals invited for more frequent servioe.
From Dunbarton to Mineral Springs. 6 miles
and back, once a wees. -Leave
Dunbarton Saturday at 10 a m;
' Anive at Mineral Springs by IS) p m:
Leave Mineral Sprints Saturday atl pa;
Arrive at Dunbarton by 3 30 p m.
. ITrnm Pnnler. hv Bates' Corrers (n. o ) and
Clara a aiiub in. o.j w w i uivaav, o wuw
and hacR. once a wees.
Leave Copley Saturday at 8:30 am; 7
Arrive in New Portaae by 12 m;
Leave New Kortage Saturday at I p m;
Arrive at Copley oy sau p m. .
From Dennison to Bates' Corners, (n. o)4
- mi'es and back, nroe a week.
Leave Dennison Saturday at 3pm;
Arrive at Bates' Cornern by 4 p m;
Leave Bates' Corners Saturday at 6 p m;
Arrive at Dennison by 8 p m; , -. , r . -
From- Cumberland, bv Hiramsburg, to Cald
well, 12 miles and back, twice a week.
Leave Cumberland Tuesday and Friday at T
a hi; - - . ; .' . - , - -
Arrive at Caldwell ny 11 am; - ' '
Leave Caldw ll Tuesday and Friday at lpm;
- Arrive at Cumberland by 6 p m.
From Bar.iefvllle. by TemperanceviUe. to
MUtonsbnrgn, iu miles ana oaos, iwiow a
. . week. . ,
Leave 3arnes villa Tuesday and Friday at 7
. s a ; - . v
Arrive at Miltonshnrgh by 12 m:
Leave Miltontburgh Tuesday and Friday, at
1 P m;
Arrive at Barnesville by 8 p m.
9487 From Greensburgh Cross Roads to West Mill
Grove. 18 miles and back, once a week
Leave Greensburgh Cross Road Monday.at
" 8am; - '
Arrive at West Mill Grove by 13 m;
Leave West Mi 1 Grove Monday at 1 p ra:
"'' Arrive at GreeneburghCross Roads by 5 pm.
9488 From Bertie Stati-n. (n. o ,) by Harfsler,
' (n. o.,) to West Kushvilloi 6 miles and back,
o ice a week.
- ' Leave Berne Station Saturday at 1 p m;
Atrive at est Rushvilie by3 pm;
' - ' Leave West Rushvilie Saturday at 4 pm: '
, Anive at Berna otatioa by p m. .
9488 From Dinsmore to New Bremen, 11 miles and
hack, once a weet .
' Leave Dinsmore Saturday at 840 am; '
Arrive at New Bremen, by li m;
' " Leave New Bremen Satnr.tay at 1 p m; -.:
. ; Arrive at insmore by 4J0 p m - '
Proposals invited for mote Ircquent service.
8490 Fmm Anna to Minster, 10 miles and back.
once a week.
Leave Ant Saturday at 8a m;
Arrive at Minster by 12 m; i
Leave Minster Sgturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at Anna by 4 p m.
9491 From Anna to New Bremen. 14 miles and
back, once a week.
Leave Anna Saturday at 8 a m;
Arrive at aw Bremen by IS m;
Leave New Bremen Saturday at lpm;
Arrive at Anna by 5 pm.
9482 From Haraersv llo. by Maple, to Feesburgh
6 miles and bark, once a week.
Leave Hamersville Saturday at 3 p m;
Arrive at Feesburgh by 4 p m:
' Leave kee'burgh Saturdav at 5 p m;
Arrive at Hametsville by 7 p m.
9483 From Van Wert, by Shane's Crossings, to
Celina. 34 miles and back, once a week.
Leave Van Wert Friday at 8 a m;
Arrive at Celina by 4 p m;
Leave Celina Saturday at 8 a m; -Arrive
at Van vertbj4pm.
Proposalc invited for more lrequent service.
9184 From Crbana, by Spring Hill', to DeGraff, 20
miles and back. oLoe a week.
Leave Crbana Satuiday at 8 a m;
Arrive at DeGraff by 1 m:
L- ave DeGraff Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at Urbana by Tp m.
9486 From London, by Laf vett, Somerfnrd and
Traderrvil e, to Rosedale, (a. o.J 22 miles
and back, once a week.
Leave London Saturday at 5 a m;
Arrive at Rosedale by 12 m:
- Leave Rosedale Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at London by 8 p m.
9498 From Hi'Uborough. by Sammtha (n. o.) and
Careytown, (n. o ) to New Vienna, 13 miles
and back, once a week.
Leave Hillborniigh Saturday at 8 a m;
Arrive at New Vienna by 12 m;
' Leave New Vie-na Saturday at 1 p m;
Arrive at Hillsborough by 6 p m.
9497 From Ftazevsbnrgh to Bladensbnrgh, 18
miles ana Daca, once a weea.
Leave Frazeysburgh Saturdav at 8 a m;
Arrive at B adensburih by 12 m;
Leave Blade aburgb Saturday at 1 p m ;
Arrive at Frateysburgh by 7 p m.
8498 From Long Run to Fall.-burgh, 8 miles and
back, once a wees.
. Leave Lot g Run Saturday at 3 p m ;
Arriveat Fallshureh by4 pm:
Leave Fallsourgh Saturday at 5 p m ;
Arrive at Long Run by 8 p m :
.u i.. : j i ,vw 17 : a ... mmM
Va frOlU riUUIBJ, VKU.VU ..IMKV, UIUUIUU,
and Beaver Dsm, to Lima. 34 miles and
back, onoe a weeg.
Leave indlay Friday at 7 a m;
Arrive at Lima by 6 p m:
Leave Li a Saturda y at 7 a m;
Arrive at Findlay by 6 P m; - I
Propoeas invited lor mure frequent service.
8500 From Llndenville, by West Williamsfield,
William, field. and State Line. (Koialton P
6. j to jauiestwu, (l a J 12 uai.es and back.
six times a ween.
Leave Lindenville daily, except Snnday, at 1
A vrivA at Jamestown bv 4 D m.
Leaver Jamestown daily, except Sunday, at
9 m: ' , i
Arrive at Lindenville by IS m.
Pmiwil, must be to oarrv the mail with "celer
ity, oertainty. and security," using the terms of the
law, and they mn't be guarantied by two responsi
ble persons, certified to as snob by a postmaster or
indie oi a couri oi tok;.
Kt. naw will be made for trips not performed, and
for each of such omisrinrs not satisfactorily ex
plained three timet tne payt"f the trip may be de
ducted. For arrivals so f r behind , time as to
break eonneoiinn with depending mails, and not
suffioientl. excused, one-fourth of the compensa
tion for the trip is subject to forfeiture. Fines will
bedmp-ed unless the ilelinquency e sstl'lacto
Tily explained, for neglecting to take toe mail Irom
or into a post office; for suffering it to be injured,
destroyed, robued or lost; and for refusing
after demand, to convey the mail as fre
quently as tbe contractor runs, or is concerned
in running, vehiolea on the riute. The Postmaster
General may annul the conusor. for disobeying tbe
P. stoffice laws, or tbe i st ructions of the Deuart
ment. He may alter the sobedule of departures
and arrival, and also order an increase of servios
by allowing therefor m - pro rata increase on the
contract pay. He may also curtail or discontinue
the aervioe in whole O' in part, at a pro rata de
crease oi pay, a luwiua one mnma a extra cotnpan
Mmtinn on tbe amount of aerviee dn-nauMti with.
Bids should be addressed to the" -ecoad Aass'ant
Pos toaster uenerai - au person bea Proposals. State
of Ohio," and sent by mail. ,
rM r.ivm. nf DroD.iails. Aa anil nfl,e Informa
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this date, in pampuiet iorm, at tne principal i-oh-
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CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
!J '".v- . EXCEPT SUKD AT.
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on, tha
Uttle lrliastil af Celnmbus Jk Xeailsa
- - ":.' . Ballreadai. ., ,
1TIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 18
A. sir Will stop at Delaware. Cardington. Uilead
(jralion, Crestliue, Shelby, Hbiloh. Sew London!
Wellintton, Urafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve
land ai 8S A. M., New York 7KW A. M. This train
leaves Snndav morning, not Monday.
HO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Colnmbua
at SM A. M. Will stop at all way stations. Thie
train start from tbe Freight Yard. -
NEW YORK KXPRLSS-Leaves Colnmbua at
11:10 A. H. tl ill stop at Lelaware,Asbley.Carding
ton, tialioo, Crestline. Shelbj, New London, Wel
lingtoL Urafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at 3:61 P. M.. New York next day at 30 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbusatl:40
P. M. Will stop at Wnrtbiigton, Lewis Centeri
Delaware, aad all rotations to tibelby and Shiloh,
New Lsndon, Wellington, Urafton and Berea. Ar
riveat Cleveland at 80 P. M., New York :S P.M.
Passencers for Port Wayne and Chicago, by tak
ing ibis train, will get sleeping ear at Crestline at
8:00 P M arrive in Pari Wains at 11:60 P. M
Ch oaso at SKMt A. M. being in advance of all oth
er rout s. have ample time for breakfast, and take
tbb earliest train for the We3t
t5t-K,l.til''lfc!,U ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWAKb Leaves Columbus at S-JO P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arrivine at Delaware at 3M P. M., Sprinrfield
f SO P. M. 1 bis train leaves Springfield at 7:00 A.
jn,wii,n.,jauiwinH .a. a .a.; voluuibiia
10:40 A. M.
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Patent Sleeping Cars are ran on sal i
AiSnt Traiaa Chicago, .
flew Tssrk and
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9" Baxsare checked tbrniiffb tn nTawTorlan
Boston. Via Cleveland : ttlsa. tA PhilaHainhia an
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RETURNING : ' '
Niiht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:46 A. M.
Cincinnati RtHMH .T-n UM 1'nlnmli.a .11.
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Mail Train arrives at Colnmbua at :' S P. M.
Kpring&eld Accommodation arrive m.t (Vilnmhiti
at 10:40 a.. M. - . a . ,
r are ata Uw an by aaw Other Kante.
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
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, Agent, Columb t.Ohio.
Colnmbua. Nov IS. 1888. .
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
On an after MONDAY. How. 83d, lfes, FOLK
: TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus ,
FOB CINCINNAII, L0DI8VILLB, CAIRO, Si.
LOUIS, DATION, RICHMOND, LK-
DIABAP0LI8 CHICAGO. "."
Withou change of eaia-to DAYTON and RICH
, aiufi u, ana only one enange of cars to La,
D1ANAP0L18 and CHICAGO. " : i
'' ? Connections are reliable as follow -:
FIRST TRAIN fbaily).'''"-' "1
Leaves at A. H. tor Ciaeinnati. CirdevBta
uneaster, aiiisooro ana L- Diliiootne; stops at Lea
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Lovelaad, arriving-a
Cincinnati atTOa- m. . - y-.j .
SECOND TRAIN. H f ' '
(Daily except Sundays J' ""' '
Leaves at 6:0O A.- if. for Cincinnati, Daytoa
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicacet and stops at
nest Jederoo, London. rnutbt;barleston, Belroa,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrear
South Lebanon. Fosters, Lovelan i. Milfbrd. ar
riving at Cincnnati at 1036 A. M.oonneetiaa:
with the Mail Boats. , f ...i,Ti
THIRD TRAIN., . :, ....
' (Daily except Sundays.) . ar.,i, '
Leaves at lUSP. M for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Sprirgfield.via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati a
sum jr. at.
-'-' FOURTH TRAIN, a-t ii - K
. (Daily except Sundays.) i 7 ;f
Leaves at 6 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and
lpringfieid via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jeuersoa, London, South Chariestoa, Setesa.
Ce--ajrville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P.M.
Bleeping; Ca.ru on all NiaTht Traiaa,
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HENRY BROOKS. Ticket AgeuU
- W.H.H..SH1NN. Agent.
, JOHN DURAND, l
W. L. O'BRIEN. ,-inctnnaa.
GcpI Ticket Asr't.)
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
" Flit HMDLE BOIlfE.'
On and atter Dec. ISth. Kev, trains will run as
Leave. If. Y. Express. ' Mail ' Past Line,
Columbus:.....S:t6A.H.- SrfSP.M. 1150A.M.
Newark.... ....45 A.M. 8:35 P.M. ii:30P. M,
Steubenville...8:S4 A.M. S.-ti P. M. SMf.U,
Arriveat ' " : ' " ' ' ' :
Pitubiirah ....18 00 M. 19KK A.M.. 7S0 P. M.
Harris burg 10:30 P. M. 1SHI6 P. M. 60 A.M.
PDiladelpna.. 3JI0 A. M. , 4:1 P. M." 0:50 A. all
Nw I ork.... S:l& A. M. 7H H, M. , JS:S0 P. M.
Baltimore 830 A. M. ' 630 P. M. - 840 A. M.
Washington... 5:15 A. M. jO 10 P. M.f li5 P.M.
Boston 6:00 P. M. 6:80 A. M. 11:00 P. M.
E.'eeant sta'eroom sleeping earson aUniebt trains.
On ibe t ast Line the celebrated "bilver PalacV
day and niabt cars are run tbmugb from Columbus
So Philadelphia and New York without change..
89- Passengers by the 8KH A. M. Sunday train
arrive ia New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never btfore ofiered. gfjptt,
Ger.TTickeS-AgX Steubenville, b.
. W. W. CARD, Superintendert, SteubenvUIe, O.
- H. B. BROOKS.
Ticket Ajrent, Columbus, 0 '
JOHN B. PETERS. Agent. Columbus, O.
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