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: TERMS. '
(INTaRIABLT IK ADYAXCB.)
Pally. I
, per year
bv the Carrier, oar week
.. me
.4(0
Trl-Weekly. per year
Weekly, one copy, three months, for
" iix month. fur.. ...........
.1 . ; n "-J one yaa, for '.
Will peyfl to whoever will send teopi!th
' it M to whoever will tend 10 copies with
i.no to whoerer will tend M copies with .. ...
tiJ)Q to whoever will send Moopias with....
j i , . 'on, wax bend as roixows:
J copy, three monthi, foe. , . . .
; iix month, for
' ' ' . one vear.fiir..
Sooples. ....,..
10 " ' " " ...)...
" " "
Q M
BOnta
I 00
g no
10 00
io no
40 oo
loo
jnels.
1 00
s os
t 00
IT 50
SJ 00
75 00
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
- Tenllnetof JonpowU, eg X Irak space, sonstltote
J"""'., "; daily. ': '
5 or each Insertion, per square, 75 eantl
ntieeenf Deaths, (Onent. '
Notice! of Marriages, 50 oenta.
Religious Notice 60 cents.
Advertisements inserted every other day, every
third day i 4 oneea week, will be objured (l.OOper
aqnare, ea.n Insertion. ' . ..
Business Notices in Lnol eolumn.10 cent per line
reach insertion. No Notiee lew than '..
ii WEEKLY.
,$1,60 per square each ineertion. '
'Business Notices aoeents per line eeeh ineertloB.
Jo Notioeleei than W.oo. . ..
Legal advertisements will be charred recolar rates.
' gf All TalHBtglCT advertisements mast be pe(J'
for. hereafter, at the time they are ordered, other
wim they will not appear In the paper. This rule
will be rigidly adhered to in all earn. Then will be
n exception. .
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Showing the arrival and depart ore of trains at Co
lambus, Ohio. On and after August 7th Mtt,
trains will ran as follows i ,
Little niaml Calambae Xet la R.R.
. - LBATA. ABBrTl.
Mtl......l;.l.?.:!':...'..;.lM0A.M 19JP.M.
Night E -.press 4:40 A.M.. 1:16 A. M.
F'il"borg ExpreM 11:M A. M. 11.15 P. M.
Oin?inn.gti Eipr........... 1:40 P. M. 1WQ A. M.
Columbus Aooommodation, rW P. M ' :40 P. M.
-!. ; JOHN W. DOHEBTY. Agont.
ClerelaaA, Cflamku tlat'U R. R."
Night Express...... 1I:WP. M. " MA. M.
Sew York Kxpreai.. WA. M, ISfrB-
Hail and Express.... l:o P. M. - S5P. M.
r."0 9 JAMES PATTERSON, Agent.
... Ceatral kia Kallraaa.
Ho.lHxpr.. JA.M. 1:10P.M.
Ho AKzoreas 1:45 P. M. 1:45 A.M.
: J"PT ,. W.J. FELL. Agent.
, Pitts burg, Colanabns Cln'tl R. H.
Mail and Aeeommodation.. 4:l A. M. 1:40 P. M.
faet Da" Enpress 1SH P. M. 110 A. M.
Fast Night Express 11.26 P.M. 12.-H)Mid't
e -. J. B. PETERS. Agent.
I'tlanhni Mel Indianapolis Central
, BaUwar.
Night Express '1120A.M. 10 A.M.
Indisnapnlit Acoomd'n 6i9 A. M. ' 11:10 P. M.
Par ExpreM 1130 A. M. P. M,
P.qua Aeeonimodatinn 60 P. M. 10:10 A. M.
This train leaves Sunday morning and not Monday.
O. A. HILL. Agent.
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
Closing and Arrival of Mails.
ARRIVES. CLOSES.
A. a. r.n. j a. at. i p. a.
! 4.40 J 15 . 7.30
.1 12.30
...... 1.10 , T.S0
3.00 7.30
1 3.40 K.30)
f 10.30 7.30)
...... 1.40 13.30
0O ...... 7.30
3.00 11.30
3 00 7.30
.S0 ...... 1.30
fc 8.00 7.30
10.30 list.
IO.30L..'.. ...... 11 a.
K.30V...". Ha.
...... 0.00 7 JO
...... 11 ...... iaa.
JbaVTtVCIU A uiuuru on
C. C.AO. R. R- -.
p . W.. U.il.
Jfcrth-Weet. rja .H.
W. 4 C, C. C. 4 V
ii it,,..
Chicaeo via P. A I.
- (J. 0. A 0. R. R.....
tittle Miami K. R.,
ThroUEh.............
Little Miami R. R.,
iff
CO. R."r'.'.' Newark,
Zanenville A Wheeling.
7. ft D D W..
C, T. A I.. Through
Circleville, Chillicothd
and I oruimouio...
t ...
Eaat Way. National
ML V ernon Way, Wot
terrue.ao
North CoNmoHS and
VUUM'lt.u.D .........
Washington C. H., rl
uarriauarg,
Arrives Mondays,
Wednosd'yiano in-
Am.it. ThanidaTS and
saiaruaya
r.. V lll.i.. tri
weekly, Tuesdays,
Thnndayi ana
a nlays... ......
elites at 7 4 P. M. bnndayi, opens at 8 A. Al. and
leesatl0A.M.
Closing and Arrival of Mails. JOHN GRAHAM. P. M.
Peter Martin's Hot Air Furnaces.
CoLCMy s, February 15th, 1865.
To whor Otii may Concern:
Peter Martin, of Cincinnati, hag placed
MPatntImpbovid IIot Air Fornacm
la bur High School and District School No.
6. The Furnaces In Dlatrlct No. 6 have
been in use two years; those in the High
School during this winter. So far they
bare given entire satisfaction. For effi
ciency in warming, quality of heat, econo
my of fuel, and promptness of action, they
deserve special commendation. I cheer
fully recommend Mr. Martin's Furnaces to
any who may desire an excellent mode 01
beating. E. D. KraesuT,
Supt. of Pnbllc Schools of Columbus. 7
;.-''.'; CiKCXEvnxa, Feb. 16tb, 1865.
The Warm Air Furnace ' nvented and
manufactured by Mr. Peter Martin, of Cin
cinnati, was put into the Union school
building of this city in November last, and
thus far It has given entire satisfaction. It
surpasses other furnaces in the following
Important particulars: r It. has, compara
tively, gmteT heating-surface; produces
a larger volume ofheat with a given amount
f fuel ; the condition of the air in respect
o temperature, moisture and purity, is su
perior; the admission of cold air, the sup
ply of warm air. for the several rooms, and
the fires, are more easily regulated.
To avoid scorching and decomposing the
air, as is done, to some extent, by other hot
air furnaces, and, to secure to each room an
abundant supply of pure, fresh air, warmed
to a pleasant temperature, as well as to pro
tiw.t thn wronnrht-iron air-flues from
the eflbcts of the lire, it is essential that
the warm air-flues leading to the school
rooms, 1 should - be at least, twelve
inches in diameter. This win Insure the
Influx of such a large and rapid current 01
fresh air as to prevent the wrought-lron
flues from being overheated, and thus secure
the durability of the furnace, and keep the
warm air in a healthful condition. It is
deemed proper to State in this connection,
that our Board of Education was induced
to order Mr. Martin's Furnace, because two
other furnaces had been previously used in
our school edifice without satisfactory re
sults, and because, after a careful examina
tion of a larare' number, ot furnaces and
other modes of warming school houses and.
nthftr -nubile edifices, not only in Western,
but also in Eastern cities, Mr. Martina was
eftevedto be decidedly the'best.
. - II. IL Barmta
Supt Circleville Union School.
Address PETEE MAHTIN", it
No. 149 West Filth St, Cincinnati, O.
lebU-if ..:,:...?. )
Will cure Cialarrh.
Will rare cold la the bend.
' Wilt care flVnsilve breath.
' . Will care pala la the head.
Will care alceratloa la the none.
Will restore the sense of henrlnsr.
, Will restore the aeaaeof Maell.
Will restore the eaeorlg;bt.
Will restore the Bease of taste.
Will restore the voice.
WHEN CAUSED BY CATARRH.
.1 " 1
iCataxrb Snuff an Injury. '
Al la now admitted by all Informed, causing Irrita-
- tion and inflammation of the mucous mom-
-brain, while the
Liquid Catarrh Remedy
Gently and graduitly removes til annatoral Inerus-
- tations and deposits, restoring the diseased ,
membrane to its normal condition. ' 1
A single Hottle will last a month
to be ased three limes a day. ,
Be?" CURE WAKRANTED!
IF DIRECTIONS ABE F0LL0WKD.
tW CALL FOR A CIRCULAR DE8CBIBIH0
ALL SYMPTOMS. JU
' DR. D. It 8EELYE Jc CO
- ' - 8ols FaoraiiTORR, Chicago, Illinois. '
SO Laboratory at Free port, Illinois.
, . 11 '
At Wholesale by . '
JOIL.H D. PARK, ClaclaaattVOL,
Wholesale Agent for Ohio'. " . .' j ',
'''
' "' AtRa 'linColnmbnsby',
J. R. COOK, R. JONES A SO V, S. E. SAVUEL,
O. ROBKRTn, JIAKI I.K A I11T80N, SCUUtL
LEK A CO., and for sale by
Xrurj-iMtts Kverywhero.
.feM-dAtweowly
Little Kanawha & Elk River
PETROLEUM AND MINING CO.
' SLBSCKIPTIOMS TO BE CLOSED.
I Cash Worklag- Capital, flSO.OOO.
' ornens
OLIVEH K. VV0(il, Hreiident.
JAMES CUUIKHIIANK. Vloe President.
CHARLES J. MARTI!f , Treasurer.
JAMES WAOSWORTH. Secretary.
E. R. 11LACKWELL, Consulting Engineer and
; Genoral Superintendent.
tT8Tim:
PADL N. SPOFFORDj of Spofford Tileson A
C0..N.Y.
, CHARLES J.MARTIN. President Horn Insur
ance Co., N. Y.
Hon. ROGER ATERILL, Danbnry. Conn.
, Hon. ALBERT Z. CATLIN, Burlington, Yt. '
JAMES CRCIKSHANK, 66 liroadway, N. Y.
OLIVER E. WOOD.W Barclay street, N. Y. '
- JAMES WAOSWORTH, of James Waasvrortb
A Co.. tl Cedar street, N. Y.
i JOHN W. 8TR0NG, Detroit, Mich,
t EDWARD M. M0RQAN, 1 1'inestreet, S. Y. ,
THE SCBSCKIPTIO- IS SO TfEAHXT
completed that itis intended toolose the same
on or before the 13th of February. :
' Subscriptions, 1750,000, of which 9000,000 purchas
es the land tn-wit: 3,8oD acres. The remaining
1150.000 is the permanent oash working capital of the
Company. " ' ' ''.
. Par value of shares,! 100. Lands located on the
Little Kanawha and Elk Rivers, in the counties of
Gilmer and Braxton, in the very heart of the oil re
gions of West Virginia.
: Professor Richardson reports: "Your property it
the very oentre of the West Virginia oil regions. It
has numerous oil and gas springs alon the banks of
its streams, on of wnieh vies with the famous
Uurning Spring' itwlf."
Professor Shepherd, of New Haven. Conn., re
ports: "laoKHdn it eminently oO-produoing land,
I
i
I
T oU-iearing tkaie underlU it mrtmrtvtlf, and
lAs&m; Mimj of earbrttUd Aytmgtn,or Utuminat
4ng fat tpringt, some 0 wAicA sow burning, a
sU at (As apptarane 0 oU itet on (As svrae
0 thtraet,utty eonjlrmt tnt in tAit btlty,
TKartcanb no doubt fKat along your tntkt and
tributaritt tort it a largt oxient of ualuablt oil
producing territory. TAt prodigiout omiial of
Utuminoutandoann4leoal,iron rt, Unmtont and
fr olayt ombodioi in tht kigk Mlt on our propor-
ty.thtloptand ttopt of which art oovoroivit an
owtraordintry growth ofuhiUoakandotktrhtavy
timbort, add imtnontoty to itt oatut." ' '.
j These viewlai'e fully indorsed by the reports of
.the most practical and experienced mm from the oil
districts of both Pennsylvania and Virginia.
: Tin Compe ooasider themselves fortunate in
having secured the services of Mr Blackwell, a
practical civi' ewglneer, for the general superintend
aney. 10 well acown as the late Chief Engiaeer and
Superintend eat of the "Commissioners of Wash
ington Beight,"New York City. '
I Arrangements are in rapid progress for the imme
diate development of the property, oaa soal oom
Ineniurat with its value and eitent. - '
I Subscriptions payable at the time of subscribing,
prone-half in cash, the balance In thirty dayi from
fhe time of elosing theiubasription,oaa bo made ia
betoaorbylettrattlieoffle f th andenigned,
no SI Cedar street. New York; J. K. DOBSON.No.
llSUteatreet, Bolton; and JOHN W. STRONG,
Detroit, Mlehigan, when fall information oaa be
Obtained. '.'' ' 1
! , JAMES WADSW0RTH A (JO., ;
1 -. , 1 ,.1 : No. 61 Cedar street. New York.
j N. B. Subscriptions received for the above Com-
tany
j fel
uby , , . LEWIS BAKE Hi
feM ' ( Wheeling, W.Y.
THE UNITED STATESHOTEL
j Baata Strejet, Boat. MaaaW ,
(Directly opposite the Boston & Worcester
j s.-n iuiuroaa uepouy -
THE SCBJWRIBDB lriOST KE8PECT
VULLY informs ail iriends and the nabutiA
that after an exnerienoo ol over nine years as an
Assistant at the American itooee n this eily, h
MM leaeea upon very lavoraoio terms tno -
j UNITED STATES HOTEL,
Which hns for a long period, aader the able and pod-
Very liberal patronage. . .
The nndersigned will endeavor - to keep np the
popularity ol ua eatauiiuiiaani as a
ITlrart Clas ; Hotel, .
and be solicits yonr patronage, assuring you that no
zertion on his part shall be wanting to render yonr
lay at nil house potn cnmiortaoie ana agrees Die.
m Mil aa. iia. mrnm a
GEO. W. ANPHEWS.
Attorney - and Counsellor at Law,
! WAPAKOfJETA,
j ' ' -' Anglaixe J.t O.
j rnwtUw km tht OaiiT V.st VMtor Ohi,
I -.Wl h .
Closing and Arrival of Mails. JOHN GRAHAM. P. M. WINTER TIME.
1865. EAST. 1866.
CENTRAL OHIO.
RAILROAD.
CONNECTING VII BELLAIRE AND PITTSBURGH
rnneylvanla Contral and via Boll.
ire ana wrrciinfr w nil trie Hl-
tlinaro tt Ohio Mnilrnad for
... m Watahlng-lon Jlty, liailU
. v.. .. : man, I'bttaelot pltlta, j., ;jt .
AND ALL EASTERN CITIES
rrms nouTE offehs tub advan
I . tags of a through ticket and baggage check to
waaniiiflton t;itv. ami .Inn mvaa the Duaeiiaur tne
privilege ot vlnilicjg llaltimnre, Philadelphia and
Je 1 org, at inocistoi a new lorg uosei aione;
or the Drivilee. of viaitinr all the nriimiaal. aea.
board oitiesat theeoat of a lluston ticket alone, via
otnnr routes.
1 hrough tickets tn New York can be procured via
Washington City, at an additional expense of SI.
Three traim daily, Sundays excepted, loave Co-
lumousaa luiiowa:
4:03 A. M. EXPRESS, from Union Dopot, via
llellaire ana l'ennlvnia uentrsl itain-oau, nr
riren at Hell .Ire al 10:4 A. Al.; Pittsburgh at S.4A
P.M.; HtttriburgatS:4 A M.; Baltimore at tn
A.M.) I'hiladelp' iaatgAS A. M : New kOrk.via
Philadelnhia.at 12.00 Al.; New York, via Alien-
t.iwn.atv.wi A. M.
Via Il.llaire nd Biililmore A Ohio Railroad, arrives
t lie l.lre at 10:4H A. M.; U ration At xn f. M.;
Cumberland at (0 P. M.; Baltimore at 73 A. M.;
WaahingUin City at A. M. Thia train arrives
in Baltimore and Washington City several hours
in .Hv.nA. nf in, nthnr rnnt..
10:80 LlOHTNINO r Xl'hESS. from Union He-
pot, via aellaire and Hattimore A Uhm Kallroad,
arrives at Hollaire al tiW P. M.; Teaching Balti
more at 10 30 A. M Washington at ...
S!35 P. M. MAIL, from Union Depot, via Rellalro
anu ianiinore a vmo ivaurnau, anivea it 1.11
aire at 8:40 P. M.; Urafton at Rtfu A.M.: Cumber
land at ! A. M : Haltimoro at S.13P. M.; Wash
ington City at 7:00 P, M.
Via Bellalre and Pennsylvania Railroad, arrives at
Mellaire at 0:40 r. m.; rittKDurgu at x:iu r. 111.;
Harrisburg at 1:M P. M.: Baltimore at 6& P. M.:
Philadelphia at 535 P. M.; hew York, via Phila
delphia, at 10:30 If. M. New York, via Ailou town,
at WHO P. M. .
arrPiv.Lr.ini dailv (Sundava exocDted from
W-ishingtonor Baltimore, fur Philadelphia andNew
lor. . ..
rieping cars on an nigni Trains,
Mf lien ure W ask for twketj via Btllaire.
. jr. W. BHOtVN, Oerieral Tioket Agent .
II. J.JEW ET'i, President., 1.
octSl 1
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Iaylon,
ladlannpolU and Clslcao. .
Wltkoa t Cbanaro of Cars to Darton and
ttiebmond, and only one Chang ,
ol Cars to NU i.ouis, Indian.
" . avpelta and CUlcago.
0a and after Monday, May 21, 1864, Trains will
Ron as follow: .
' FOUR TRAINS DULY FROM COLUAIBUS. .
(Sundayl exceptedj "
FIRST TRAIN
CmCTNNA
KT1, DAYTON. RICHMOND AND
J LIS NIGHT ftXFRESS Leaves at
iNniANAPoi:
1:16 A. M., stopping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mor
row and tioveianu, amving ai viuoimii.u .w, a.
M.: Richmond, 6:36 A. il.; Indianapolis, M A. M.;
(JUioago,834P. M, v
SECOND TRAIN.
CINCINNATI. RICHMOND. INDIANAPOLIS
AND CHICAGO TRAIN Leavea at f.-oo A. M.,
stopping at all stations on the L, M. A C. A X. R. R
eonnecting with the train on the Marietta A Cincin
nati K. K. for Uillsboro, Cliillicothe and Marietta,
arriving at Cincinnati at 1136 A. M.: at Dayton, Si J
A. M.; stopping at all stations on the Dayton A West
ern Railroad, arriving at Richmond at 10:40 A. AL;
Indianapolis, iM P. M.; Chicago, 8 P. M.
B. This train Is the quickest from
Columbus to Chicago; time occupied being
14 hourand 35 minutes, which is quicker
than by any other Railroad route.
THIRD TRAIN. ,
CINCINNATI, DAYTON. RICHMOND AND
Indianapolis day ex cress Leaves at i:o
r. M., stopping at jenerson. ijonaon, unarieston,
Ceiarville, Xema, Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow,
South Lebanon, Fester's, Loveland, Camp Dennison.
Milford and Engine House; arrinnc at Cincinnati
at 4:46 P. Al.; Dayton at 1:00 P. M.; Riehaond at 40
P. M.: IndianaDolia at 8 AO P. M.. and Chicago- 6 JO
A.M. . . .. .
rUUK I H TKAI.v. '
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves at M0
P. M., topping at all stations -on the L. M. A C. A X.
d d . M..,;ii- ltH..Ak ir:n Ui.,::ii.
an'dPiainville, arriving at Cincinnati at A.-00 A. M.
HlrrpInK Can oa I'Ufht Tralan for
ClacianatI aad lauiaaapoUa.
. :: . ) - ; i;
Iff. B.-Fnr Anther Information amlv at tba Oo-
lambui Unien Depot Tk-ket Office of
. . XicketAgent.
i.'.r T. IXICGII, Agent. .
P, V. STRADER, V '
. Ueneral '1 lcnet Agent. lni.tn.H
E. W. W4MDWAltD,(V'nelnn"a
-' Huperintendent,J ' ;'
i Columbus, May la. 1W.
1865. 1865.
Winter Arrangement.
TIME CHANGED.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Cleveland, Columbus
AND
CINCINNATI.
CINCINNATI. RAILROAD.
J
i Three Vralna X3aJ.1-,
I ' .' "EXCEPT 8UNDAYI , ..
. Front Columbus, in connection with Trains on th
Uttle 91Iunl St Colambua efc Xeala
. 'i..J .,)WiNMla. , -
'FIRST TRAIN. ' i '
NIGHT EXPRESS Leavea Columbus at HM P.
Oilead, Oalion, Crestline, shelbv. New Iimlim,
Welline-ton. Orafton and licrea. arriving at Cleve
land at :M A.M. ' "
- I -SECOND' TRAIN. ,
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbns at
100 A. M. Will stop at Delaware,. Cardington,
Oalion, Crestlloe, Shelby, New London, Wellington
and ttraflonv n.:.-i
THIRD TRAIN. "
MAIL AND EXPREHK-LeaveeColnmbuiatl:4fl
P M. Will nl.ll tAllnn Kinlk of Hh.lb. aad
at BbKloh, New London, Wellington, Orafton and
uerea.
! ,:i ino I ' CONNKCT1058. : - : I '.'i )
I At Dalawara with Korinrfield Branch for Rnrlne
I.U .nl li nnint. r, t (t.t. mmA i ' 1
I At Crestline with Pittsburg. Ft. Warns and Chi
cago Railroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Raitit
more. A no tor unioago.
At Shelby, with Handntky, Mansteld and Newark
Railroad for all oointa on that road. . Alsai foa Tola.
do and Chicago.
At Cleveland, with Lake rlhore Kailroad for Erie,
uunairg. JMtnaio, new loraanq ooaion. ..,(
PatatfnMpia)K Cak-a aire ran oa till
i Nlffast Trala to Ti!cax?o, IVew
YorU and Itotrtoo,
!crBi(iu checked through to New York and
Boston,
Joton,via.VJieTiana; also to rauaaolpnaaad ew
lork,via Crestline.
j . ' RETURNING I
Nldit Frorem arrives at Columbui at S:15 A. M.
i:
Cinoinnati ExpreM arrives at Columbus at IdO
r, si.
Columbui
S5 P. it-
rare aa Law aa by mnj atker Baata.
H I Aik for Tickets via Creetllhe or Cloreland- '
'i ''b.. rmr;':'.::
1 .a v t.vf ( Hup't, Cleveland. Ohio.
: tvL'i.'- 1 f J ANTES PATTERSON,
i ... A rent, Columbus, Ohio.
Columbus, October 03, 14.
ST. CHARLES, HOTEL,
.':.' " . ,' ; i CORN1R Of -M ( 'I
ood and Xlijra Street, ,
; ', PITTSBURCH, PA.
I OT H .V .1)1 " . ' -
gaayaote-tf ':ai-tu
. TTTT3 FinaT
NATIONAL
!.,'( I
i. I.
Ortraataed nadefttifilatraiarPena.
ylTaalaJVorember, ! A.
) 1
CAPITAL STOCK. $,.000,000.
Par Valaa ol Share, ta.00 Each.
A limited A meant Of Ktock tor Hale at
the low'al Crtxh MuMcrlptioa '
Price t 1. 10 per Share ,' '
SO LIABILITY- TO STOCKUOLDERS.
' ' The lands of this Company, embiacing over
. , ! i i j;i "tv " ' .. : it- ; l iV.
17,500 Acres . in Fee . Simple
i. : ; V'- ' ' J'i ! ' " ' ' ' ::"
and leasehold, are situated fa the very ,
"; '." ;..-. :. :'. . '. t -i
Heart of thol Oil Regions!
-: i : ) ':. .w i j - ,,:
1 '. ;; I ...; i! . !.: ' '
" ".. ' '"
The fJ3 acres whloh they own on the AUoghany,
too miles above President and only Eve miles from
the new ' ' " ; ' ' ' ' " ; "'
. . : . .....i.i-i '1 ! : ;:: : .
250 BARREL .iWEELl
. .; " . 'i.i'l ; - ...
on Pitthole Creek, end the lease of 1 acres of the
oelebrated " Wilkini Traot,' alone are
Ample ' Basis for any Company,
and are worth acre than the entire Capital Stock of
the Company. There are ' '.; '('.)', .,
SEVEN WLIiS
,; Bow in suocesiful operation, ' ' ' J'
YIEUDIIVGr LARGELY,
.'. ' from which regular monthly dividends of 1
.. I , ' :''
TWO iDor OerLt-
are being paid to all stockholder!, and there is every
assurance that this C,om-any will toon be able to
pay from .
MO . ' -' '
Six to Ten per Gent, Dividends,
THE FIRST
National Petroleum Co.
Ranks among th first-olam Companies, and Is jus t
y said to be the most successful of ah yet organ
lied. Its reputation has now become ao thoroughly
established, that no more need be said en that point.
7r art greater inducement and bettor opportu.
niiiet to make money on tkttt Stockt4han any oth
trtintaittenet, while at the lame time they are
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COOP PROPERTY
"'' for any aDd all persons to hold.
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IFrom The New York Herald. ' '
'News has been received and abundantly eon
Armed from several sources, of the striking of a new
S barrel Well o Cherry Bua.abov the KeodWelU
'A FIW RODS FROM TBI PB0PKHTT OP TUB FlEST
NATlOMALrXTltOLEUMCtmPAHr.'' Tl '.
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"Oar telegraphic dispatches received to-day from
the Oil Regions, inform us of the striking ofa 100
barrel flowing well on Cherry Run; nbak Th FibhT
r ATionAb rgrBOtrca vemuMT's l"0PETtTT.
ChArry Run btosks will Vein demand to-morfo-w.
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I 'Tag First Nation ax Ptxor.ttK Compakt t
a flrst-otaa organisation,' whose officer! are of (h
highest standing. Add e cheerfully recommend it
to allpartioe desirous of j-nrcbasltig reliabln itocks,
The General Superintendent is a pioneer in the Oil
butloeaV, aid waU known as a, most efficient mana
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, "Thb First National is the name of the Petro
leum Company whose proipeotus and map are be
fere ui. ' The namei which wW see ' among the Dl
feotom are ample reeonrmendattbni for this CompA
y and a luSelent guarantee of itt future manag
twaA."1'' " ' "i '' '
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1ST, AlJ. ORDKBS BT MAIL OS OTHKKWISB
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ILt 'BK rBOMPTUY ATTEMPEI TO VAT
th Stoce is au. Sold.; 1 1 j .
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ST.. uwv TcapvnotOiUTBywum ra juwtwiye
Broler$ vxmUt in every' city and town in (he
United Blatet and BrUUW Provinces, with
vium v.oerumuigmem.nu oemaae.,-, ., .
ovui: ! i" iw : 1 I-.'"'--
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ATI order! and applications, whether by letter or
etherwlse, awn be addressed to -' 11 " '
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v.M'itl . i COHMIMIO MisCHANTg '
1 I.m.. iSUbertjBUW.iiIork,,"
HOT jAJLM j pFURJXOISS
PETJKU MARTIN'S
Patent Improved
Hot Air Furnaces,
FOIt PUBLIC ABiO Pit 1VATE t)SE. '
For Wood or CoaL i ...-..! t
TUB ATTFltTIOft ItB PUBI IC
iaoalled to the above Furrutcee as they combine
ventilating with hoatiKI qualities.
Tne invnntor has, after yoars of experiments, sne
ceedod in perfecting what be claims to be the best
Furnace now in use. Among its many advantages
ovor the Ordinary Furoaona, are:
The small amount of Fuel required to keep It in
operation. ... 'i; ''" "
Keeping the yooms eonstantly supplied with Parei
fresbair. drawn from Nature's lne-rfaaustible stock
out of doors. : . - ' .'''' ' ''
Large Air (Chambers, avoiding the eonflnentent of,
beat in heated walls and hot metal chambers.
Improved Water Chamuors. - which keep up a
steady supply nf moisture, which overcomes the
groat objection to ordinary Wot Air Purnaoes,
The castings are heavy, and strongly bolted to
gether, guaranteeing durability under any dogree of
1'a'rtloular attention Is culled tntheSELF
LATINO AKKANOEMKNTf this Kurnace, whiob
has been prnnouneeil by soientiSc men to be the
HIWT EVEIl MADE.'
er Every Furnace warranted to give entire sai-'
Isfaotioa. . r--i . i :i
' HF.FEItF.lVrrSJ
' Br wennliiston: ' refer to the following parties.
who have the Furnaoot in lire: . -1 ; 11 .1
J.R. Davoy, corner John and Hopkins streets,
Cincinnati. :
H. Roth A Co., St. Nicholas, corner Fourth and
Kace Ktreets.uincinnau.
J. Kl-aa, Fourth street, near John, Cincinnati."
M. Kckert. llank street. Oinoinimtl.
' N. I. Ilernard, Court, .street,, star Freeman, Cin
cinnati. . .....
' II. YT RfcHhtin. Pik atre.t. Cincinnati; "
Uilmnre, Dunlap A Co., Hankers, Fourth street.
Cincinnati. .
J r, nendv, Covington, Kv. .'',"
i Olas8er A Bro, Fourth stieat, near Smith, Clncin
"Mrs; CTehfwaUr1, Taytoti ktreVA'rnwimiatt.'V 1
! 'J. Notter. of the Arm of Kohn, Netter ft Cp.,Cjn-
clnaati. . - iy-' " 1 , X "-''" - '
A . Kildle. Uinoinnatl. .,., ',,)..,;,.:-, !l 1
' Van Vltnlr. Cincinnati. . '
Mr. Winilh, of tht Firm of Smith A DiUda Oin
M.Vechiemer, Eighth street, nar Vine,' Cirroln-
'"tl! MegTue, Milford. Ohio.' 1 "f '
K. H. HI asdel. I,awrenceburg, Indlats s 1 1 1 : ' 1 "
J. Kast, Architect, Cincinnati. .,1 -.., . 1 ..
Mr. Moore, Architect, Cincinnati. "
WalterAHtewart,Cineinnati. ' -vrv'r.yv-'s.
! Pioket A Son. Cincinnati.
I Anderson A ilannaford, Cincinnati.
' TheWaVm AlrFurhaoerntntifactured fof me by
Peter Martin, oould not easily be-excelied, making
the atmosphere as pleasant as summer; is free from
imoge or gaa, ann cosia jor luei out. mere cnuu,1 1
JAMES CALHOUN, Alderman, 1"
1 ... (. Jillh Ward, Dayton street, Cinoinnati.
, Mt-KotuxOams, RgiPiKO, Obio,
Nnvmnhnr 20th. 1H81. I
; MR. M AftTiN:-Thls Is to certify that we fried the
furnace you built lor us. and are sausned wjth u.
Our rooms are amply -heated.'
m .'..W'feBj, NOTRE DAJTE. '
.CYnoinnati, April S8, 1P64.
I Having nsed, during the past winter, the Hot Air
Furnace manufactured and pu up by Mr. Peter
Martin. I willinirlv testifv to the very general satis
faction it has given me.
J. C. CCLDERTSON.
j : 388 West Sixth Street.
I I have used for two winters Mr. Peter Martin's Hot
Air Furnace in my dwelling, and am well satisfied
trith its operation.
j GRIFFIN TAYLOR.
' It it were necessary, I might refer to thousands of
others, not alone in Cincinnati, but throughout
Ohio and the other State
; My Furnaces are made to burn Coal, Coke, or
Wood: and I have quite recently invonted a Fire
Pot, which is put into -ach Furnace boing a very
great improvement on anything hitherto known.- It
fgycon'tructed of large Fire tricks, 18 inches square
a,nd inches- thick: and plenty of space is given out
side nf it, and witnin the Kurnace, for the free cir
culation of oold air, so that it is impossible to crack
it or burn it out. - u
Smoke Conanminr Coal and Wood
i Hot Air Furnace.
, Furnaces altered and reptired. '
. Galvanised Iron Cornices and Gutters. : .
Tin, Corrugated and Sheot Iron and Slate Roofer,
i t'orrueatod Iron Doors a'nd Shutters.
I AW Full particulars regarding price: Ac, can be
obtained at my store. No. 140 West Fifth . street, or
atthe office of the Burnet llnnse.
PETER Nf ARTItf.
' No. 149 West Fifth street, between Ra.-e and Elm,
Cincinnati, . , .. .. . ; . , jnebH'6i-dly .
Great Reduction
,ti: prices , ,::
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FALL il JVD WINTER
I CLOTHING,
Furnishing G o ods
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VALISES, RUBBER GOODS, &C.
! AT TH1 '. ;
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Nos. 6 & 7., Neil House Build
j r T., .ng, South Figh St., ,
QPPd SITE i TO tf RAKCEl ST AtE ' CAPITOL
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ToicoHnF.spoNvWrrH tmepmiJ
nt low price of Oold, I have determined td
elose out.at- , i
hmm;M0ti, PRICES
'i:' -.1 Waat"! stooko' 'ii '.!l tn eilT
FALli-AND, GOdjjS,
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consistingof every article neceasary for a complete
ontfitforthe' ' - 'r '',,,:
AXD MILITARY TRADE.
,'.)I.iijiimii j:M ni iw'lv lii" ' I l"ih ;
Having the largest aad mast, extensive itook of
Clothing in Coliuubus, both as regard u
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Quality. Style and Prices,
I can ofrer superior Inducements, a! my stock'' was
bought during the latedeeline in goods. To Mili
tary and Citiien strangers, 1 would say, give me a
call, and I can guarantee that yon will go away sat
isfied..! I have also oonstantly on. Standi a complete
assortment of, .,.f, t i .;.;... ,i.fn:ulo' .i-i' Hi-
J Ajn r V-i-ilii MfUl ' ''!' "' ". lo-"i
Sw.Otdlg: jf'!-i'-''' -1.-.I o'i . -v.. 'I''-'
SoltS '-'-"'' .-1 " ini" :i;
.: .n-. i ;l Str&DS. 1 1 :"" ' 11 ' '
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urnamenis, '
Rubber Talmas,
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fUBBER : COATS, LEGGINGS, &C.
In Furnishing Goods, I have an extra large stock
?f 8carfa, Linen and Silk llaudkeroblefi. Gloves,
Ipder Uarments, White and Woolen 8hirU, Collars,
Ac., ae. ' vonneoted witn tne estapnsnment ts my
vl
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Tailoring Department
where can be found afullstoekof Cloth, Caniimeres,
Beavers. Itlfltons, and Vesting! which will he oiade
aa in the latest style and at
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PRIVATE COMPLAINTS
Chronic1 IklMonsioo, ' ConaumplleA.
Kcrotniii,NrphIHH, Nomlnnl Ic
I - bllliy, tand fait Feiuale Com- ' )
-ill. i''-i'".ls'iillin.t-"
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Dlt. iJOII 1VSOJV,
' ! Noi'lS Kast Frlokld rSiree, ',
iTird . fioor from 'Uy th.IIigh.'streot,)
, " COLUMBUS, O, .,
f'esllmonln.la from the tnedlcal Proa:
' , fcea'ion and UtUere.
Mn. EniTOH: Itis with nloasnre I mako known the
following faotito the pnblir, believing my testimony
may tie ol sore ice tn some nivalin) nop. uaJ.nitue-rto
failed to obtain relief. At all itvnnta I am dolnir no
more than justineto the medical gentlemen of yuar
city, in conlossing that 1 have suooesslully treated
revoral vory bad oasos of seminal weakness and fe
! maleoomplnints, bv adopting the meda of treatment
now proscribed by Dr. Johnson. , ,.
Por -female weakness; I do not know of Anything
that can equal these lemediea. I hare prescribed
thein for a groat many Indie who have been troubled
for yoars with weakness, and in every case a perfeoi
cure bae boon effected ; some very nAd cases havo
yielded to this modo of treatment in the short space
of two weeks. Yours, reipeotfully.
Clevoland.O., Deo. 23d, 1803. , ,, ..i..,., .,,
Certificate from the Hrv. lr. If ami I
, j, son, V. ft renen, oi iuonareoi.! .''.r
I oertlfy that Dr. Jnhosnh's tnetljeiqts have enred
my wile, who "was suhjoct
TnarmArtinifMi .mm iltand l
pt to o;ooiiiiy many ear-.,
only two month.
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ir.U.FRENCII,D.P. ,
-ilovinPOBTANT TO tA'DIE.''.'a"'-i
Onr ParioUfcat Drops will bring on thSmontWy
Ickness in cases of obstruction from any pause,
'rice tl oil.' N. 11. Ladies who are pregnant should
not uco them. 14
nio for fomale'weakness, a certain iCure.t'JOO.
oetaon lor trio w hites tr Leucurrniua, fa uu.
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Dr. Jehhsffnllear Hir-ll mnst' Sualn dttaie that
your remedies .for scrofula and., blood. disease are
reallv excellent. Fororofnla.ivnhili8. or iinndntieS
:ot the.. blood,, ,1, $m( they .novel fail ;te ours when
usod As directed, I have succeeded iu curit i the
worst Caces of T)Hll(s now in our hospitals, in the
fit ! .1 Tk 1 In I.V... . .TT i
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Dr. Johnson I haveoured, by the use of your
remedies, several rationts that have been irtmatosof
the liupatio Asylum from the evil olTocts of seiniaal
wrakne-s or sedentary habita, 'Forsnch cases 1 con
sider nothing can equal your modioinos. 1 . '1
' J W. SALUNiJ M. D.
Albany, N.yi(.Octoberl5,l63... .
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TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE Dr..- Johnson
Addresses alt those who have Injured thomnelvos hy
.mnroper'indulceace and solitary habits which rnin
lliotli body and mind, unfitting; tbom for citbsr busi
pess, study,' society or marriage.'
Dr. Johnson has for -many yearn tccclusivcly de
voted his attention to the treaMnqnt.of the disorders
yoferr.rt loin these testimonials, '
Address,.., DR. CHAS. F. JOHNSON, , .
' No. ID' East Friend Street, Columbus, Ohio.
'Reputation Established I -
Jflrs, S. if. tlllen is truty "i
public benefactress, and her,
votnlerfiil success is itnprc
xt dented,'' 'Her fame 'find,
her discoveries have' 'gpiic ,
abroad, and ' to-day she . is
in her line the largest man
ufacturessin the world,
Everybody Interested.
Youth and old age ate alike
benefited by the use of Jtlrs,
S, nl. JlllhVs World's Hair
Restorer and Hair Dress
ing, They act directly upon
the roots of the hair, causing
luxuriant groivt hand beau
ty. Your hair iif changed to
grey or tchite off sickness or
other causes ', will soon be re
stored to its natural color
and beauty, DandmfTerad
icated forever. The Mlalr
falling stopped. The most
'delicate head-dress or bon
ptetcanbeteorii without fear
of soiling, Themostdeiight-u
f tit fragrance to the hair is
imparted,.. If you. wish to
restore yoitr hatrt as in
youths and retain it through
life, without delay purchase
rj bottle 6f eachofJllrs. &.it.
itllen's World's .Mtiitg 'Ite
storWaprtng;;;': Sold by DroggiBta throaghcrat tha World, , v..
PRINCIPAL SALES-OFFICE,
j 18 feMO OMwnawical'Sa., wixJtkL
j oottfsJ.dSodAwlyl ' '! 10 0'.i!!1:i '1'IJJi, i..' -'
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1865. EAST. 1865.
1865. EAST. 1865. THE PITTSBURG, COLUMBUS
1865. EAST. 1865. THE PITTSBURG, COLUMBUS —AND—
Cincinnati Railroad,
VIA STEUBENVILLE.
Offers the shortest, quickest, and most reliable
I route to
pltubnir,, ITarrl.Tjiirf , Baltimore
wasningionuiifi rniiuaipniat
: ' NW YotR asia Boatottl -mi"
-ill :,(& ifii) i I,,. ! ..!i.;M-.'.l "'I
Trains TeAvVi cVTumbuB dally .' CnhaaviezceDted)
as flolowsr.i' "tl ! '' , ' . ' : .
t NlUtlT BSJirHJCSS-i-LeavesOolpmbnsAHIO Av Mi
Jteubenvllle, I'.M arrives at rittsbargb S-M
Innrton l!itw -fifl A. M.. I ...I
1 NEWTORK EXPBKSS-LeavesColnrobnsloatJ
A. M-.i arrive? at Htonbenvltle 66 P. M.; Pittsbufg.
i:O0 P. M.i Harrisbarg, A M Philadelphia!
Ml:00 A. il.) New York, Via Allentown, 1:45 ?, M
ia,PhiladelpbiaJ6 .Baltimore, 110 A. Ay
n olUUHWU VAIJ, 9rW A f JH , , , i
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P. M.; leaves fittshurr i-M p: M.j Harrisburg, J30
A. M.v FhilsdelpTiia,- TrSH A.M;;' New York, via
FhiladelohiA. Vi-.uo . Baltimore. TKW A. 31.: Waab.
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M. C. LILLE Y S CO.,
vn.rrt -i.U -a
Blank Dook Manufacturers.
( v COLUMBUS; 0.'"':"',-: -:
inovlS-dtf ;') ', ! -i;;;: .
1 i WELDON JHOUSE,?-
Iv'.THOnKTOit sqn,'l'roprletrW '
'I A GOOD LWiSEt IirtJOKSECTIO,.; ,:
linelJ-r'
lkijiiiaiMI7riliiiiaatiniHaiianiaiia- II
AMla9'fT.it.Vl LTV
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poot-ap Itiej ewlnfti cur (otsn, ; , , ..,,,,
For the iblt iioi!Im Coattneni il wn, M-,
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iAM.ooy AiiliS i1 i
'hnv Hr-dn introihroil tli ' tfi'W piiblin' tni
nioro tltttli tifclit j-dnr, nml have Itcrjiiirotl "
an I: . .t III,,,, l'i i'!i:-'i! 1 ' HI ' ! l
I "wvwvcwft'c 'otvVav '
far gHMIrii( nfi'jr'i'Binily ,M'eiiSn of
imilaf'nwtMre'inHbb ii(itrkit.'': ' 'l; "' .
-;An alpriiintiiif! tM l.lio wro fiiHliirtia''
disciivnriiiK llif.t HitMiil roitinrkhbls "
! ' CvvtAVyfc 'VvSv.fcWve&i' ;i "
!'kn'.i mwa i , , ;;;; ".;;;' ,',"';!
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j anfl, onHnitii.'iit; prulit to tlio Proprietor '-I
tliijsnitlpliiijiliMit .tu icxpund . in"! .In in'iil
! .7.:lo.lAvOUO.:,',,,, "'I
of rlollur. ciiftli' itat iii riilvcrtwiri HicJr' ,U
: Merits, Htiil iifrW'iislMrit; til'' .J' r'i,i l-.Jj
The poiruliiirltv nf ' tlio
' jL'ii 'jJVi"1 ! ' -'i 1 " i-".:'i " '',y'
; in Hint, flii!y stnkn nt tli runt of Ujitniiso, ...
i by tSilWatihif 'ir'ery ttartiVilb' 'of iinViurity '
for. tho :Iifo .am) bmlb.-iif.tl xj de' !.(
' pcii'ls iipiii) tliu ptifitv iyf (h liWI.,. flc , ., j,
i ff 'tlm blliool h pijiainii'il. tJio IhhJv (jnira . 1
I out ti iiiTsci-ublo ex'uittiAiiy. 'Tlieao inodi '''
Jfliiips'ii'"' ',;-!l '" '' .'' "
-o M' 'e, Ct" ' J""
r,:v .-i::i.il :). -;'(. i':-"!"
lor curing , , .
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jooroiuia, oypnins, , , . ,. .
I Ikln mseaiAt,' v;fl-:'1 Old -Sores.'" "
i Salt Rheum, . Rhaumatism,: . ' '
1 Oyspopslai. -i po;j , Sick HeadecOM, ..
I tivet Complaint, , Fevor and Agu, .
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Lsucorrhea,- ' ' Femalo Complaint
ln i-vi-i kai .' ' '
Brjraipala8,'!"iii 1 ot Anthony s JiTe,
ilumors, 1 1 yEreptiona, ,::)'!
j ' . Fits, Scrofulous Cousumpvion. ite M
i::::;ri':,:f;:::;?.:;::':;
I UK JS pornonwntOH. her. UHUghtpr wag ,,,.
cnr.'iJ of flut of nine yi'iira stiii)din, and
St Villi' Annvi oftwo'veara.
i AN0THER'vritPS. !iw snn'vr'iis cared "
after liia lloali llud nliiHt wnatwil away. - '
- 'Ilit doctors pronounced the enso incur (
alio. ,-,! , . ;'i. ,..-, .-;:; .,;
AnOTHEII wits cured of Fever and . ,
!Apio alter irving everj liiiiificiiie in Jiig ,'-
teki-U: '''" ' ;- " '.-
i ANOTHER wns t'tircd rif Fever Sora
Vhicll linil exintcd IViuwftn Vcnrs. t -.. ii.
:AJJ0THZP.or: HholiiiulliMn ol'K yriir. . C
Ciich iiiiitiiicnil)lii ot I)yspc!iu aiid.-j i
Liver (,'imijiliiiiit could, be lueutionei in .
aliicli tbe ' I'jirifiiT uiid l'illo
: . H ' '., i.k ' ' - 'v1 ' ;i ' '
! . ,i AV,ov& VvW tv.kiWvwv. : 1;:: .
!V' IiClO Y xTiiliS '
are tli r! Inrist nctiro iiiiil lliorougli pilla ' ,
jthnt'hii'yb'6vir bf'fc'n- ilitrirliici'K
" The a'et'ari diret'rly'n'piiri tfia Livrrer-' '
citing tlmt iirnti to siich Mi'exli-lit al tliat
the HVHtoin docs not rrlnpse intirin InriiMir
OAiJ)ilitioiir wjiivlniri liai apt. tn be th'o casa 1
iwitli siiiipl;-' a purj-ntiji! pil).,.,-.;,
TJi'ey'uru rcully n .
i - "tt.t.ot lAvvtv YvW;
hi'cii.' tii V-.iiiTtiriiitiori witli1 ilip 1 - ' '
will ctiiv) all tlifr ufunviM'titiititril il.nct.noia , .1.
nnil. of tliPtuHchutv vill rr.licTP mid cura .
xivauniiiiD, . vui ivnii
na'i. . .
Colic Palnl',' ''111
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GRAPH IO MATEEIALS,.w are Headqnarters for'A
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yi meae we nave an immense assortment. Including
VTar Boeees, American and Foreign Cities and Land. '"
fcoapes. tiroupa. Statuary, eta., eto. Also Revolving .,
Htereoseopes, foi' public or private exhibition' Our
.Catalogne will be sent to any address on. reeeipt of
' j Wevrer'e the llnrl to Tnttoduoe these intd the fJrilted : ' 1
raateSfjana we mef ulaoture immease quantities m i )
great variety, ranging io price from 60 cents to $50
eaoh. ' Onr ALBUMS nave'th reputation of 'being1''''
"perior in. .beauty.and, durability to any others.
TheyVlll b sent by mail, fliEE, on receipt of
pnoe., ' tiliitii'ij Tw:'! t.n.i,- -.ii Lin '-...it
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aPSti'00 noWeinhraces over Fltl TTl6ui ' '
BAND' different eubjebta to avhiah additions ere "
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I Maj-raenerala, 100 LtrOolonls,KO.Bttetmeiw rlj
o Brig.-Generls. 61 Othernfficeni, 130 Pjvines, ,
l75iOol4nlh.i..il Vn Narliffieh..'.l'a AntlioM.
inciartlng reprodustiens or the most celebrate lEn-i in
gravings. Paintings, Statues, eto. Catalogues sent
on receipt of Htatnp. An order for One Dosen Pic-! "
T0BS8 from our Catalogue-will be filled on the receipt
of,S.1-?Miu,',ltbJ',l,1"li 1hbb.r:i i i ni ti I . ... )
Photographers and others ordering goods 0. 0. D.
will pleaseremlt twenty-five per dent, of the amount"-1
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I Georg.JTack.i t'vourt of Oommom Pleat ef
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PVB9VANCB OK ANOHltKn mavli i
id Court y me directed, I will offer, for sale .. ,
auetforn-at-tho dooi'of the Conrt Honae.' "-'
pirj"" , i" i I. usoroi ne vourt tfouee.
Thursday, the ICth dafrAtNovember, A.
I .-''iv.Vi: nip41868n.:, n-w.i u-j j,i
tet' to3,w1t:'r' 'th' .foUowil' dSiM real at-., ;
The east half of lot No. thirty (80) andtnewes"
if of lot No thirtv-one(lirrtneori"nri toMV -Westerv.il
le. Franklin County, Ohio. ; V (
j Appraised at $600. ' '
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