OCR Interpretation


Daily Ohio statesman. (Columbus, Ohio) 1855-1870, January 11, 1869, Image 4

Image and text provided by Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84028645/1869-01-11/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
in
-tji
r. i
6.lj r "Showing thaarrl val and departerc of trains at
imbii, Ohio. Oa and aster Monday, .Nov, 3d '
8 liuu will ran as follows I ,. : V-
"'''"I1'' , ' T UtTI. . ABBOT1 .
V!''r.T. jkWnttrt Exrress.. 1:53 A.M. J;35 A.M ?
. -W? Hew York Kiprara. 11:19 A. M. 130P.M.
Mail and ipn,....A S0 P. M. ' M5P. M.
borinsSoid Aooom. via 'eL, :30 P. M. 10:4 A. H.
Ha.l Aooomiaodatioo fcOO A. M. T ii P. U.
.m;f Tmto toalnleBTe Sunday mornine-not Monday.
.,-,,. . .. , .an; JAM& PATTERSON Agent. ,
LUUe BUauaal A tUalaaaBmaet Xaaia i.He
Sight T. xpresa....... 2:00 A. M. 1M A. M
OiraLnnaUAoovmiaodalioa- 5:00 A. M. 0.35 P.M..
f xpress......... ............ 15 P.M. 11:U A.M.
Axpress... 8KW P. M. IMP. M1
I,-'! i inii ! - W. H. H. Shiwk, Aeent.
. tautaaara ale) RailrMf Cratral
.. ,., - MAYS. ABRITB.--
2lht Express. A. a. , A. M"
ightnfng KxprM..r.ll:10 A. M. .6:35 P. M
Kxjireae AUii........ i:lP. Jf. ' lJ3fl P. M.
1 t-.?iin; ! i A A, smith, Agent.
SJalasakae, Cklmi "aa laeUaaa Cea-
-V . 'vjir - .. 'l ' II4TI. ABBITB.
Wight Express..,...w....M:40 A. M. $00 A. M. .
' W Toledo Express StfO A. M. 1:05 P. M.
Wtuwl Kipnu ....... 5 JO P. M. T5 P, M.
---! Dr4xnaL .-...... las P. M. 11:09 A. M. '
io rf;tw t-' Q. A. flux, Agent.
i.! rtttakaJKDa ClatlBHU At St. Iaal. '
.i; - s orij m t.., MaUiway. ..,-:-,.,
3-: "4.-' i'-.i' r" ,;'!' l-BATB.'; . ABBOT. ''
;J WTork Ixpra... :T5A.M. : 180 Midt
i-'-'-LihnBExirosa.,.,. .1130 A.M. 6:46 p. M.:-
Y.lliUudEipnM.... JSP. M. H:45P. M.
ni XaaaiaM AMaaMdatk 60 A. M. 6:40 P. M.
jiaw VorkKxpnu.iaaaaily. A1I aikar traina
"' , run daily, xeept Sunday. .
y!; i. Daniuoa Aoaommodatioa ttartf from freight
lol JsJBiB e.'il -iJOHW B.J'lxIM, Acent. -
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
-JaMkaThMfti; :Han,"
Tia tftanbanTilla an4
i' .-tXMten War Mails, U. C.
1 CRa-afc aaf4aaaa
"Tthwa3t,Tia K W.'
;HiCMJLTi.O.P.il.O.
. . ,WtU Miaaai a.B-.Tnro'
Little Miami B. K.. War.'
C. O. LIU Kwkr
jr v. A !L, ThroaaB and
LC tnj
.CiroleriUa, Cuilliootha
s 1 Portsmouth
A..?..:.. r.K
w".,v.Uo.
JIM v : : 4:1S
110 7:30
iiao .... .
1KX) 7J0
,
750
: ;C U:aS
!. . ".,
:'.. YsM
' .... ,
JBVuniW, Ohia. .... ' S.-0
aat w ay. National Boad. ledS ....
Ml. Varaaa Way.Waatar-
. rille.Aa 10-
" BorthOoiambu and Clin-
tonTiUa UhSS ..
. WahiotCJ..TiaHar."l . -
''.V.O
arrlna Ifcman Wad.
eadaya. Fridaya. and '''
T.J :lMTaaladaya.Yka-l "
U, dayi and liatardays....J
r i
ir
lTjfaeedy.T handays Ox.
ad satanlara. i4 .J
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
A Remarkable Presentment—A
Grand Jury Presenting the
Court and Bar as a Nuisance.
-loi a The Grand J mj of Osage county, N. .
a. Ci'inia" recently made a presentment.
somewhat unusual in character. It is as
"follows: .. 1
. Tfce" Grand Jury regret to see the ,
praMnl judiciary so utterly unmindful:
of the example, of their illustrious pred-"
ecessors, ana especially, in these days of
political chaos and social upheaving, to,,
see the bebch descending' to" the hust
41 ings,' candying vituperation" and per
3l!)nal ,bu9. ,. With the -bar and : with
pothouse politioians each the assailant ,
and in turn assailed j the bench chargi bg
jhelaarwith larceny ( forgery and mule
" stealing; the bar retorting that the bench
n;had nbeeorci 'ear: toed hy ; 4 ." negro
oiiUpon a debt justly duej and' forced by
l this harsh process of ,ibe law to pay the
"money after being called out and forfeit
ti .irig the -bail j - the bar charging that the
t bench was a jail-bird, and convict from
5 the penitentiary of Ohio ; all' this very
naturally ending ia fight hetween the
bench and a member of the bar, as the
former journeyed 6n' his way to court;
, the breach of peace . between bench and
,-!J)ar occurring oa the train in the ladies'
car, and bo much to their terror and
;fc alarjB that the conductor .threatened to
put the bench anjjthe bac on" the train,
notwhstanding i the c bar, ! loudly pro
oi claimed himseU' ft director of the road.
" These things are well calculated - to
Tiring Both the bench and the ; bar. into
rt'disrepnt and lo degrade . them in the
' estimation of ths r. people, f. The bar
sheuld be the seat of all that is knightly,
'1 - 'chiriihons ; and true f the bench
jabode of justice," dignitj, integrity ana
calm deliberation both should be above
SUSpicioa. baaioty 'v f;i,"r . "V ': I
jtbA;fcrains of justice be p'oisbn
"Jfa, aiid the waters, that., flow therefrom
1 wiUheiitter as the waters of Marah to
alVwbo drink of the poisoned Btream. ;
c' The .Grarid Jury do present each and
very. pn'e of the ' judges who hare taken
open and active part oa the' hustings, to
-i" wit: Chief Justice Pearson and his asso
' J2 ciatesi Justices Reade, Dick, Settle and
jKodman; and the Circuit Court judges,
to wit: Judges Cloud, Jones, Watts,
Henry, Biissellri'eel, Thomas, Logan,
. Cannon and ybur,honor, as guilty of con
"duct tthbeconnng the judiciary always
"3 saving,) and. excepting Judge ' Mitchell;
; 1 , Uld iiiatea ofpresenting they do thank
t- 'and .'commend him for Ms political si
'lence and noble bearing as a jostand np
'A tight judge, r W-;;; ... .. .
--ot And the Grand Jury do unanimously
and respectfully ask of yonr honor that,
7. ..as' a part of the history of the times, and
Jia posterity and - the judges may know
. i i what thia grand jury think of political
jndgesjthis paper writing be spread in
Jtoll upon the minutes of the court. . , '
Venetian Gondolas.
j' Tenic Is f built ' upon " Beventy-two
' -.'lalahda. .r' The main part of the city is
j i tail vpon forty-two islands, closely
delnsterea together; and there are thirty
others upon whichvarious public and '
Srivate institutions are built. The'
ouses are very ' high; and most of the
..canals, narrow, bo that viewing the city
"' from any lofty position, it looks as if the
principal part was built upon a single
island. The Grand Canal is, as its name
implies, the principal canal of Venice,
. It is 'very broad and has a winding
, course through the city. NumerouiBmaller
canals ran into it' These canals are
bridged over, so that foot-passengers can
vjJrayeVfrom one part of Venice to the
others There is not such a thing as a '
carriage in the city, and even traveling:
about en horseback is not to be thought
of. . The travel from one part of the city a
,- to another en foot Is through narrow pas
sages between lofty houses. . While in
Kr the city l'.did not.aee any signs of either
'.' donkey, horae or ether beast of bur
den or travel.. : All travel - otherwise '
' than-ftd shanks' mare lb done by gondo
" las, which are light boats, sharp at both
" ends, and with a place amidships for pas
sengers. They are painted - black, ac
- cording to an aneient. law. They have
in the centre either : an awnbg or a
cabiii ; covered 'u with ' black j and when
' one aee iene : . of -. these sombre-
' looking things . moving i slowly andi
.lnnn it MminM ' KJf- 'i . "
; funeral In aiiclenl ; ,'limes...' the ,, an
. .cienta vied with each other In the mag
. n nifioence of their gondolas, till it reach
ed such an extent that the Government
was obliged to puf a stop to it. These
gondolas ; are, propelled by one or two
; , oarsmen who always work standing np,
facing forward, and never use more than
S'VMT oat 'each.' 'If. is.' wonderful with
what Bkill a man will manage these boats
. 'i. with single oafc -They are a very cheap
mode of conveyance, and can be hired
t r a whole day for one dollar, each boat
carryingthree or four persons. There
are what they call omnibus gondolas,
propelled by four or five men, and'these
run to the different parts of the city. Go
ing about in gondolas is the most com
fortable modeofsight-seeingthatl have
yet enjoyed. Before the different pal
aces and other buildings are numerous
upright posts in the canal, which are for
the purpose of securing the gondolas. In
ancient noble' families each, individual
possessed his own gondola. . At all the
principal landings is always an old man
who makes a show of holding the gon
dola while you get out, and for which
he receives a tee ot one cent. ; '
, BOOK BINDERIES.
500,000
BOOKS WASTED FOR BMG.
- HAVE YOU
A ITT BOOKS. MAGAZINES. SHEET
t. J1U811!. 0., Ao, that 70a wish to hay
bonnd in a niea firm binding, promptly, at low
prieesT Books aent for and returned to any part of
io eiiy D7 itis aouce lonmga yjaivmca, or a(
iaa , . . ....... ....
Franklin Steam Book Bindery
: " and
BLANK BOOK M &.NU FACTOBT
One of the larseat and beat appointed Binderies in
tbaStat. ......
Kaaaaa 34, 36, 88 Norta Hlaa Street.
(Orer Mesara. Nerina A Myers', and Statesman
- . Steam Pnnunc Umoea.) ; ,
BLANK BOOKS t ';
BLAmiet BOOKS!! ,
' V BLANK BOOKS ! !
Of arery deaeriotioa aadaoality. from the his best
to the kvt, printed If desired, ruled and bonnd
to any req aired pattern, aad aaperior workmanship,
at the lowest prices.
Orders from Ccanty Officers, Bankx, Merchants,
and all Officers requiring. 8DPKblUR BLANK
BUOKS. will be executed nromntly. with oar aer-
atmal attention. , .
It oar pauonaca reepeotfally aolieited. 9
W. W,
LEFATOR,
' Proprietor.
et3-deoem'
SIEBERTS:IiILLEYr
Blank Book ; Masnfactiirers,
?' PRINTERS, BINDERSJIND PUBLISHERS.'
Special attention paid to manufacturing first elast
BLAMH BOOHS
e erary deacrtptioa, with oTwithont printed liead-
ins, for
COtlHTT OrriCBBS, BRCHANTS, W ANfTACTTOBBS
BAHKBBS, BAIUMAB COM P AMIS 8, AO.
49" Toll tots of Books made on short notica.
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
ianrll aoaly . .. COLUMBUS. OHIO.
Venetian Gondolas. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS.
Paving Notice.
T ail esAas it aeow Concw !
.. . . . CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. 1
COLtrMBUs, O.. Not. S3, 1888.( .
Wotlee la barebr siren that nroeeedincs hare been
Instituted in the City Counoil of Columbus, for
maaina tnv loiiowiua iiupmvvmeute, tw-wil. :
or grading and paying tha an pared sidewalks,
antters and croasines on the west side of tha ra.
cant around west of the market house, and for pa
ring the balance of said recant ground with Nioul
aon parement from Town street to Kich street.
- Also, for laying a donble row of flag crossing
across Center alley on tha south' side of Spring
street. ' '
Also, for laying a doable row Dig crossing across
Center alley at the south side of Long street.
Tbe same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Ciril Engi
neer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
' All persons claiming damages on account of said
nronoeefi imarorements. are reanired to file tLeir
olaimsin tha office of tlie Clerk, in writing, on or
before the linhth day of January, A. U. 1869. .
nor6Hiltaww ' - i ' City Clerk
Paving Notice.
To aUvAomit mayeonetm:
-.'1' ? ClTV CtBHi's Opficb,! .
' COLmtBUS, O.. l)eo II. 1868. (
Wotiee is hereby airen. that nroeeedinss hare been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus.for mak
ing the following improrements.to-wit:
For banding a double oarnaga way- single span
bridge at tha crossing of tha canal on Friend
street. ...
. Also, lor grading ana paring tne unpaTea side
walks, eutters and crossings on Young street from
Broad street to Mate street.
- Also, for building a double row flag stone pare
Blent across if' air alley upon thesouth side of Chap
el street. ' -
'Also, for buy ding a Bo-inch brick sewer on Ga;
street from Fourth street to Fifth street. -
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil ngin-
a, and hied in tne otnee oi tne jiy uiera.
AH nenuras elaimina damaees on "aceonnt of aald
proposed improremants, are required to file their
elaias in the offioe af ua Clerk, ia writing, on or
before the fourth day of tebruarr, A. u. ibo8.
L. E. WILSON.
City Clerk.
An Ordinance
To assess a special tax upon the real estate bound-
'. ina HigB street, irom a point ra leet south or
' Friend street to the south side of South Public
; Una. ,
' Bbctiob 1. Be it ordained by the Cistk Counoil
of the City of City of Columbus, That tbe sum of
Eleven Dollars, Thirty-one Cents, Kight and Four
tenth Mills, be and tbe same is hereby levied and
assessed upoa each foot tront of the sereral lota of
land bounding or abutting upon High street from a
point Its feet south of Fi iend street to the south
line of South Public Lane, as the same are desig
nated upon t e plat of tha Ciril Engineer, on file
ia tha office of tha City Clerk, for the eost and ex
pense o grading and paring tha gutters and road
way with wooden block parement (Nicolson). ex
cepting that part between tha rails of one track ot
tne si reet railroad, along inesame. aocoroiog to toe
estimate of tha City Ciril Engineer, with the fol
lowing ored its for eld material: in lot No. M3. cr.
Si leet cor b. at S eeota: inlot No. 343. er. 62H
fat at eurb at S cants: inlot 841. er, elbi feet of
curb at 26 eentsi inlot 338. er. 62 feet eurb, at SI
cents; inlot 337, er. 11 feet eurb. at SI cents; inlot
334, or, a ie earD at ia eenis: iniot soa, cr- axu
feeteorb. at Meents; inlot 356, er. 49 feet eurb, at
accents; inlot SrJT.er 55 feet eurb, at 3 cents; in
lets (58, SAD and 380, er. 187 X teet eurb, at 26 cents;
. a of mhoi Bee, cr. iiM teat euro, at ze cents; 6.
H ot inlot 8(5, er. 84 X leet curb, at S8 cents.
'Sas. 1 That tba owners of tha aereral lota of
land upon which tho foregoing assessment is made,
shall pay the amounts of money by them sererally
due in that behalf, to John VV alsh A Co within
twentr day Irom tha date ot this ordinance, or be
subject te tb inter set and penalty allowed upon
the same by law.
SBC. a. All ordinances neretofore passed, mak
ing partial assessments tor gradins and paring tbe
roadway of High street, Irom a point 125 feet south
of Friend street, to the South lineof South Public
WM. NAGHTEN,
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 23. A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
An Ordinance
Making appropriations for purposes therein named.
Section 1. Be it ordained br the Citr Connnil
of the city of Columbus. That there be and is
Hereby appropriated irom any money in tha Treas
ury not heretofore appropriated, the following sums
of moaey, to-wits
tot expeoses ot Street commissioner and Chain
Rani. ai.OOO. .
For expenses of Fire Department and payment of
Ola aeoia, nxw.
for expenses or city roiiee. i.450.
For the sarment of salaries of Citr Offinar'
WOO.
For tba payment oi fnnting and Stationer,.
9500. .
ror payment oi expenses or city rut, sz.ooo.
For payment of Uas and Gas Lights, 4,000.
For the payment of Incidental Expenses, $500.
For payment of Temporary Loan. 0,0OU.
For payment of expenses of Sewers and Drain
age. B100.
For payment cf expense of building Kioolson
parement, 81.321 75.
r or tne payment oi expenses oi .ast urara x ard,
10. . .
For tne payment oi expenses ot uoodale rark,
400.
For the payment of note due J. M. Posh on the
1st January. 18681.200.
x ot payment oi expenses i marxet House, Bioo
For oart payment of Thomas C. Thurman. fa
a Hating Laws and Ordinances, 8500.
Sac. 3. The sereral sums of money appropriated
by the foregoing section shall be expended in the
manner presonoed by tne nun section ot the ordi
nance defining the duties ot the City Clerk, passed
WM. NAGHTEN,
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 28, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract.
SetoUtd, That the City Ciril Engineer be. and
he is hereby authorised and directed to contract in
the name of the city of Columbus, with Michael
Gal v in, for building a double row flag crossing
across Centre alley at the south side ot Spring
street, upon the following terms, to-wit:
For excaratiag er grading. Twenty-fire cents per
cubic yard.
For boulder paring. Forty cents par square
yard.
For flagging. 14 inches wide. Fifty eento per lin
eal foot.
Adopted Deo. 38,1868. '
. Attest: L. E. WILSON,
jane-dlt . . City Clerk.
Resolution to Contract.
Betotv4dr, That the City Ciril Engineer be, and
no is uereuy auiaoriBou bug uirceted to contract i
the name of the eitrof Uolnmhm with u;.k..
Ualrin. for building a double row flag crossing
woivoo wuirca mjivj LU O IUULU S1QO OX JjOUg
street. UDon the foUowmr term, atwwit-
For exoarating or grading, Twenty-fira cents per
eabie yard. . . . '
For boulder paring. Forty cents per square
yard.
For flagging. U inches wide. 60 oenta pec lineal
Adopted Deo. 38, 1868.
. AUest: L. , WILSOW. City Clerk.
An Ordinance
To ehange the name of North Public lane.
Sbotiob 1. Be It ordained by the City Council of
tne uity oi voiasnaus. Anat tne name ox Xtorth
lane ee ooangou to xiagnten street.
WM. NAGHTEN,
President of the City Council.
Passed Dec. 28, A. D. 1868.
Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk.
PRINTING.
PRINTING-.
TUB LARGEST ARD AOST COM
PLETE
BOOK & JOB PRINTING
EST A BTiTSlTlViTiNT
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
PKOPKIETOK8.
Nos. 36, 38 & 40 Norlh High St,
COLUMBUS. OHIO'
The attention the Business Public called to
the auparior facilities of this Establishment,
We hare in constant use
Eleven Steam Power Presses
OP TUB
BEST AND LATEST KINDS
And oar ability to get oat work promptly is
surpassed in the West. We bar lately
made additions t our already
LAKOE TAKIEl V
PR IN TING. TYPES,
Aad we feel confident to satisfy all who may giro
' ns a call. . Our large fonts of type enable us
to do all kinds of
BOOK riUMI AG !
n tha most promptKid excellent manner, and we
' call the attention of those wanting anything
' lathis In to tha
ELEGANT SPECIMENS
That we hare executed in th past year.
JOB PRINTING!
The reputation of this House for line Job Printing
; is well known to the business community.
Employing, at we do. none bat the
Best of Workmen.
, And haying full assortment of tha
.' -'"- ' ;'
LATEST axxtd CHOICEST
J
STYLES OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
i , ALL K.IHDS OP
Mercantile,
- Railroad, : ;.
Bank and . '
; Commercial
Printing,
8TCB! AS
Bill Heads Cards,
Circulars, Letter Beads,
Blanks of au kinds Cheeks,
Drafts, le.. kt
' lS FACT.
EVERY KI1VD OF JOB FUMING
If ceded by the business publio.
We also keep oa hand a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KIND,
Than any other Printing House in the city such as
8 taper Royal, Mediatm,
Demy, - . Crotrm Chap,
Cap, abetter and
Not XfVEe:rs
Of the best qualities, and. purchasing them as we
do, dirwtly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at correspond
ingly low rates. We are Sola
Agents for tha
CELEBRATED PAPERS OP
PL4.TNER &, POBTEE.
BLANK BOOKS.
We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
' manufactured by ns. We are prepared to
fill all orders for
e
T so rl cor.
eT ourn n.l m.
OwTt BooUai
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooks are all done in the beat style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and weoha lenge competition in
this line.
GIVE US: AOAIiL.
KEVINS & MYERS,
Mi 8 IfortsxTWlsrt. Street,
Q0WMBU8 .
WIU MYERS,
f; " ; dry Goops1 j; S
DRY GOODS
A. C. HEADLEY & CO.,
250 AND 252
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
ABE NOW OPENING THEIR
WINTER STOCK OF STAPLE
, AND J
FANCY DRY GOODS!
DRY GOODS,
febT-eedly
MANHOOD.
IN THE YOUNG AND RISING
generation, the vegetative powers of
life are strong, but in a few years how
oQen the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye,
and emaciated form,' and the - impossi
bility of application to mental effort,
show its panel ul influence. It Boon be
comes evident to the observer that some
depressing influence is checking the de
velopment of the body. Consumption
is talked or, and perhaps the youth is
removed from school and sent' into the
country. This is one of the worst move
ments. - Removed from- ordinary di
versions of the ever-changing scenes of
the city, the powers " of the body too
much enfeebled to give zest to healthful
and rural exercise, thoughts are turned
wards upon themselves. .
If the patient be a female, the ap-
I proach of the menses is looked for with
anxiety, as me iirsi, nyinpium ixi wuicii
Nature is to show her saving power in
diffusing the circulation and visiting
the cheek with the bloom of health.
Alas ! increase of appetite has grown
by what it fed on : tbe energies of the
system are prostrated,' and the whole
eoonpmy is .deranged. The beautiful
and wonderful period in which body
and mind undergo so fascinating a
change from' child to woman, is looked
for in vain ; the parent's heart bleeds
in anxiety, and fancies the grave but
waiting for its victim. -
HELMBOLD'S
EXTRACT BUCHU
For Weakness arising from excesses or
early indiscretion, attended with the
following symptoms : Indisposition to
Exertion, Eoss of .Power, Iioss of Mem
ory, Difficulty of Breathing, General
Weakness, Horror of Disease, . Weak
Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horror of
Death, JNight Sweats, Uold Eeet, Wake
fulness, Dimness of Vision, Iiangour,
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular
System, Often Enormous Appetite with
Dyspeptic Symptoms, Hot Hands,
Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the
Skin, Pallid Countenance and Eruptions
on the Face, Pain in the Back, Heavi
ness of the Eyelids, Frequently Black
Spots Flying beiore the Eyes, with
Temporary Suffusion and Loss of Sight,
Want of Attention, Great Mobility,
Restlessness, with Horror of Society.
.Nothing is more desirable to such pa
tientstban Solitude and nothing they
more dread, for Fear of Themselves ;
no Repose of Mariner, no Earnestness,
.no speculation, but a hurried Iransi
tion from one question to another.
. These symptoms, if allowed to go on
which ' this Medicine invariably re
moves soon follow Loss of Power, Fa
tuity, and Epileptic Fits, in one of
which the. patient may expire.
During the Superintendence of Drv
Wilson, at the JJloomingdale Asylum,
this sad result occurred to two patients ;
reason had for a time left them, and
both died, of epilepsy. They were of
both sexes, and about twenty years ot
aj?e.
. Who can say that these excesses are
not frequently followed by those dire
ful diseases, Insanity and Consump
tion 7 . The records of the Insane Asy
lums.'and the melancholy deaths by
Consumption, bear ample witness to the
truth of these assertions. In Lunatic
Asylums the most melancholy exhibi
tion appears. . I he countenance is ac
tually sodden and quite destitute
neither Mirth or Grief ever visits it.
Should a sound of the voice occur, it is
rarely articulate.
"With woeful measures wan Despair
Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled."
Whilst we regret the existence of the
above diseases and symptoms, we are
prepared to offer an invaluable gift of
chemistry for the removal of the conse
quences: Hklmbold's Highly Co.y
CENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT OF BuCHU,
There is no tome like it. it is an an
chor of hope to the surgeon and patient,
and this is the testimony of all who have
used or prescribed it. v
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every
where. Prepared at tl. J . MEL.M.
BOLD'S Drug and Chemical Ware
house, 554 Broadway, N. Y.
RECOM31ESDATI05S.
Great Salt Lakb City. Utah.)
January 23. 1868. ,
Mr. H. T. Helmbold Dear Sir
Your communication requesting our
terms for advertising was duly received,
but from a prejudice I had formed
against advertising "cures for secret
diseases," it was left unanswered. Dur
ingan accidental conversation in a Drug
Store the other evening, my mind was
changed on the character of your Bo
CHU. It was then highly commended
for other diseases by two physicians
present, - Inclosed please find our rates
of advertising. Yours, &c,
T.-B. H. STENHOUSE,
Editor and Proprietor of Daily and
Semi-Weekly Telegraph.
N. T. S. Vol. Institdtk, )
Cor. 5th Ave. & 76th Sc, Central Park )
(A Home and School for the Sons of de
ceased Soldiers.)
Dr. H. T. Helmbold : Two bottles
only of the package of your valuable
Bucuu presented to the Institute have
been used by the children, and with per
fect success. In the case of our little
Lieutenant A. J., his pride is no longer
mortified, and he is free from the daily
morning anathemas of the chambermaid
who has charge of his bedding. I feel
that a knowledge of the result of our
use of your Buchu with the children
under our charge may save many a Su
perintendent and Matron of Boarding
Schools and Asylums a great amount of
annoyanoe ; and many a poor child suf
fering more from toeakneta than from
habit, may be spared punishment, that
is (not knowing it as a weakness instead
of a bad habit) most unjustly inflicted
upon them. Thanking you on behalf of
the children, and hoping others may be
alike benefitted, I am respectfully
yours, , COL.' YOUNG,
General Sup't and Director.
June 1G, 18G6. jya-dwAs-weowir '
TRANSPORTATION.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
ESQ
RAILROAD.
Three Train, IeaweClwnataie (Ualem
, ., Depot), Al&Uy (Samelttya fexce (.)
SitS A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving at
ZanesTllle at e:13 A. M .t inii j, - '
Baltimore at t-X A. M.; Washington City at 8:40
n:in
AnM-VI,ifrpN1JraJ:PRE88-"'t
T,,le.?t,-1-17 & MiLBell t 6:10 P, M ;
re at 1140 A. M.; Washington City atI33S
at Zanesriile
Baltimore
:i5 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zam
Tillr at 4:M P. M.: Bellaire at 9:16 P. M.; Kaltimore
at eiao tr. at.; n asnington iiiy at aaa r. m. .
- Close conneotiena made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and Few York.
, Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
cities hare the privilege of
Visiting Washingtoa City Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT
. TRAINS. "
Alt for TICKETS via BECJLAIBE
JNO, L. WTLSON. Master of TrensportatioB
L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
J NO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Aa.
l
PAPER WAREHOUSES.
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
The attention of the Trade is called to tha superi-1
v oiavbb vi
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS.
Justreoeived ndf sale by
KEVINS & MYERS
S6 38 & 40 NORTH IGH ST.
CO LU MB U 8
Our stock comprises a fun line of
Book
tWrltlng"'
Colored and
' .'Print Papers.
' We have a full stock of
ENVELOPES,
Of all sixes and varieties, which will be sold at the
lowest market rates, . , .
OUB BTOCK OT -
ek. DEI. 3D
Is unsurpassed in the city, including
BRISTOL BOARD
R. R. CHECK, :
COLORED of all kinds
And BLANK.
GIVE US A CA.IL.IL.
NEYI.S Sc MITERS.
bot
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FOB THE HAIB.
Improved!
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It eausea the Bair to Curl beautifully.
: It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Boots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out,.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to iti Original Color.
It brings ont Hair on heads that hare been bald f oi
.years.
t is composed entirely of simple and purely reset
tle aubstanoes. ,
it has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing.
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blewn
in tha glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fanoy
Goods every where, at 0 ne Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.;
SohieffelinA Co., New York. 8CHBT-mchT7-dly
J. VIENNOT & CO.,
GENERAL NEWSPAPER
Advertising Agents.
133 Naitau Street, New Xork
(.EntablUktd i 1861.)
We beg to eall the attention of advertisers to
onr agency. Our facilities with all the first class
daily papers in the country are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con
ditions which cannot fail to give superior induce
ments We also send advertisements to all Cuban
aid South American papers with whom we have
avnlnsive ooo'racU We are tbe only bouse doing
J SPANISH ADVERTISING BUSINESS.
We ean, by special permission, refer to
Jlr. H. T. Hbuibold, Druggist. 594 Broadway.
Hessn.V. R. VaNPOZBB A Co 198 Greenwioh
street. New York.
jeers. Hall A Ruobbx, IIS Greenwich street,
11 essrs. G. Britcb's Sou t Co., Type Foanders,'13
Chambers street. . . ;.
Messrs. Phaloh Sow, New York.
Messrs. Pbblok A Cdlliih)!", New York..
Msara. T&HRaiaT A Co.. New York.
Messrs. Chickshimo ASoh, New York.
Messrs. RanwaT A Co.,New. York, -y
ocUW-eod3ui
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
—AND—
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Shortest Bouta West K. m... '
- vuauav VI V. K .
tjnioago. rveoxaa aoj Lodianapolu.
' I
F0DB TRAINS DAILY leaTeTTnionniepot.
lumbus,onsnd after Nor.Sl, lsss.aa
- i - - follows: . -. ;
8.AA A. M. TOLEDO AND DETROIT EX
at alilford 9:17 a m.Urbana 10:19 a in. BellefonUine
,it p id, n.uuuonj w.vw p in, f iqua liile m U, 1 e
can o'bv p iu, v.mik nnvva.
xnis train is run expressly lor Toledo and D
troitbusiness. arriviua at Loth dIim, 9 baa,
nenu oi any otaarxoute.
1.1 K P. M. MAIL AND PEORIA E7PRES3
lalU (Sundays exoepted). Arrires at Bradford .
jnnctionerw p m. monmona oe p n, indianapo
lis 80 d m. Loeanrport 100 Dm. l!h
Peoria 3t a m. Ua'esburg 9.-00 a m, Burlington
Iowa. 116 a m. Keokuk 1330 d in. Oniiw.. ix n
Louisyille JMtm. Tarre Haute 1 1 7 p m, Mattoon
1:23 a m. C'airo4:40 s m. Pana tfT a m AltjH-an.
m, t IjOuis 8:13 a m,llayette UM mid. Spring
field. Ills., 7:"a am.
Passengers br this train reach St. Louis the next
morning ttawrs sthettel and for points west
of Ht. Louis and Keokuk one train in adranea of
all other routes. .
X.0ylP RLSS (Sundays exoepted). Arrires at
Piqna95 pm. Toledo 630 a m. Detroit saoa m,
Bradford Junction 930 p m, Loransport lia
Chicago 80 a m. Indianapolis i-jbt m, Terra Bauta
-30 a m, Mattoon 8:15 a m, Pana 11:00 a m. Alton
SjUO p m, St. Looia 4;00 p tn, Ltfarette 7:45 a m.
bpnnefield. Ills., 45 p m. Quiocy UAOp ta. Keo--kuklOam,
Louisville SJH a m. Naabyille 6:00 a
m, Memphis 104)0 a m. - .
MW Sleeping ears run in this train from Colum
bus to Chicago and St. Louis without ehange. This
is decidedly the best train from Colrmbus to Chi
cago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker
time and arrires at St. Louis and Louisville 8
iiaurs ahead and makes direct oonnsctiona for
all points West and South one train ia advance of
any other route..
19'lfl A- M- SIGHT EXPRESS. Daily Via
litU Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), via
Losaospori. Arrives at Bradford Junction 4:15 a
m. Logansport 9:40 a m. Chicago 135 p m, Peoria
5:35 p m, Keokuk 10:45 p m, Indianapolis 8:50 a m,
Terre Haute 13:15 p m,EvansTille 1-2a pm, Mattoon
3:16 p m. Cairo 4:15 a m, Pana 5:00 p m, Alton 9K p
m, bt. Louis 10n6 p m. lifayette S:10 p m. Louis
Ti le 5.O0 p m, Nashville 50 a m. Memphis 405pm.
Passengers by this train arrive the same day at
St. Louis 3H hours and Chicago hours ahead of
any other route. , ....
STATE BOOH SLEEPING CARS
Bun in this train from Pittsburgh to Indianapolis.
A Call for Tickets via Logansport or Indian
apolis. sa Tickets for sale at Union and Piqu Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offioea.
F. CHANDLER. Gent Tirhet Agent.
J. M. LUNT. General Superintendent.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
HOSJC
Cincinnati Railroad.
7Bra,zxaa Xailyr
- EXCEPT BUND AT. ' "
From Columbus, in eonneotioa with Trains aa tha
Edttle niaml Sc Colanabsu Sc Xeaiia
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:65
A. H. Will stoo at Delaware. Cardinaton. Uilead.
Gallon, Crestline, Shelby. Shiloh. New London.
Wellington, uraiton ana tserea, am Ting at Cleve
land atSii A.M., New York 7:00 A. M. This train
leaves Sunday morning, not Monday.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus .
at 9M A. M. Will stop at all way station.- This
train starts frost the rreight Yard.-
NEW YORK EXPRKSS-Learet Columbus at
ii. in & tx il :n ....... i-i.
ton. Gallon, Creetline, Shelby, New London. Wel
lington. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland
at at P. M New York next day at -M P. M.
MAIL AM) fiJLrKr.Sa Leaves Columbus at 1:40
P. M. Will stop at Worthicgton, Lewis Center.
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh.
New London. Welliniton. Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 9:50 P. H.. New York 7:15 P.M.
Passencers tor r ort W ayne and Chicago, By tak
tne this train, will getsleenina ear at Crestline at
:0P. M arrive in Fort Wayne at 11 i P. M
Ch caao at 6:00 A. M.. being in advance of all oth
er root-s, have ample time for breakfast, and take
tbe earliest train for the West
SPR1N GFIELD ACCOM MODATION YIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Colnmbtts at I JO P. M. WU1
atop atall stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 3S15 P. M., Springfield
PiSO P. M. This train leaves Springfield at Me A.
M, arrives at Delaware at 925 A.- Xii Columbus
10:40 A. AL .
' -'.'' r '' - '' 1 . ' i.-! rt
PatBitSIeplBis Caara are raa oataall
. ftlgat Train. 1 Cfalca;o,
NewTorkaad
'aT Baggsre checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and -New
York, Tia Crestline. . .;: -.
RETURNING j . r
Nitht Express arrives at Columbus at t5A. H.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbuaatl;
Ma'il Train arrives at Columbus at 05 P. M.
' Springfield AeeonuBodation arrivea at Columbus
at lou a. M. . . .
Fare ' as Low as by any Other Kemtee
Ask for Tickets" via Crestline or Cleveland. '
. ,, g. g. FLINT. 1
. . ., Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, :
Agent. Columb a. Ohio.
Columbus. Not 23. 1868. .
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
B JBWli..uaiiBBy j
lrwranaarJ
RAILROADS
On an' after MONDAY. Nor. S3d. IMS, FOl'K
" TRAINS DAILY wiU leave Columbus .
FOB CINCINNATI, L0DISYILLE, CAIRO, ST.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IN- .
DIAHAPOLM CHICAOO. ' ;
Withou change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only one ehange of ears to IN
, : DIANAP0L1S and CHICAGO.
, ... Connections are reliable as follows
, . . FIRST TRAIN (Daily). .
Leave it 1 A. M: for Cincinnati, Cirelevilla
Laneaater, Hillsboro and Cbillionthe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a
Cincinnati at 720 a- zn.
SECOND TRAIN. -(Daily
except Sundays J
Leaves at HMO A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
Riohmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma,
- Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelan'l, Milford, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:35 A. M. eonneotioa
with the Mail Boats. . -
THIRD TRAIN.
' (Daily axeepwBundays.) ;
Leaves at IMS P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton and
Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6:39 P. M.
- FOURTH TRAIN.
' (Daily except Sundays.) Vj
iieaves at 6 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
Springfield via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma.
Cenarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland. aad ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:40 P. JI,
Sleeping- Cara em all majat Tralaa,
HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent,
. . m: W.H.H.SH1NN. Agent,
JOHN DURAND,
4
Genl Snperintendeui
W. L. O'BRIEN,
Cincinnati.
GealTiok'etAgXj
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PANHIHDLEBOIJTE.
On and arter Deo. 18th, 1860, trains will rua as
follows:
Leave. ' N. Y. Express .
Mail ' Fsst Line,
iKP.M. list A.M.
3:35 P. M. U:30 P.M.
9:45 P.M.' 5 JO P.M.
Columbus 3:15 A. M.
ewark
.435 A. !.
.9:54 A.M.
Steubenville
Arrive at
Pittsburgh .... o' M. HISA.M. 7S6P.M.
Harrwbrg....loaP.M. I) P. M. 6-30 A.M.
Philadelphia.. SiO A. M. 4:10 P. M. - 0 A. Mj
New York.... 6.1S A. M. ?K P. M. P. M.
Baltimore 930 A.M. S40 P. M. 940 A. M.
Washington... 5:15 A. M. 10 10 P.M. 155 P. M
Boston........ iiO P.M. SKWA.M. 13:00 P. M
Elegant state room sleeping cars on all night trains.
,t n ,). Vmmt I .ln tliM Mlhrt.ul MM11..
day and night ears are ran throaah from Columbus
to Philadelphia iud New 1 ork without change,
sr Passeneere bv tbelKIO A. M. Kunfl,.fn;.
arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never before offered.
. r. BCULL.
Gen'l Ticket Agt. SteubenvilleTO.
W. W. CARD. Superintendent, Steubenville, O.
.- '. H. B. BROOaS,
.. lc Aent. Columbus, 0.
JOHN B. PETERS. Anent. Ol-mh.. n . .
FiilnelO-dly
MEDICAL
- PHILOSOPHY OP MARRIAOR. a w.
Covmb Of LccrtJRBS. aa delivered at tha New
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the suh
5 acta i How to live aad what to live fori Yonth
llaturity and Old Ate: Manhood aen.r.1'.
ed : The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for Marriage pLUosoah-
Pooket volumes eontaintng there lectures will he
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeciotof
rour stnmps. by addressing SECRET A RY I?w
Yon a Vuhbvm op Akituht itn I."-
BbOADWAT NFW YOBA. TBT-fehSM-il. M

xml | txt