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are under the superintendence of Mr. S. Granger, well known to many of our Marietta people. The company have every arrangement for the rapid handling of coal, and are mining, on the average 2,500 bushels daily at the present time, which amount will be increased as cold weather approaches. Gen. Warner announced an hour here for the inspection of the works and an examination of the mines. Away in there we found the miners at work, as clever a set as work any where, above ground or under ground. These miners average one hundred bushels per day, and are paid three cents per bushel, thus making three dollars per day, or fully as much as skilled workmen receive in Marietta. Leaving the coal works, the train passed on, making no further stops worth mentioning, except for the usual transaction of business, until we reached Caldwell. Next month: Into Noble County.

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