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E2 U 1" (tJ'je7tf(A.i rent ht'pwju.)' ' '
men thrive best." develop' o'al what Ioiyh U
ill timin, )ien U'ii8tcli"i'kt'J, ('i'uinj)e(l, con
lined by ItydalUlon." 'Ilu'it the States aro
cfitwlrovwebr m, ik(i i earh " them
hililt& s M;ilifciWli!?J ln- ttioits ot tliJ
Untui), which win tnunut-u Dy tniiirconettin;
right which cannot -be perfected, and
wrij.-h It is revolution to dtiiiy, or assnil.
TIm t7TM Litt lUun ?i h W rtrii te ii nft i f 1 if
tlie hands of those who unlit rat and Its secret,
and were etlui-nted tt respect it, it works
kindly and well. Pfcryrd on by otlicr lln
jr rs aud pi'kr harifJa. t trued, to purpose. fir
e jjh ntij tliidij'Jplei of, its) existence,
urostitutuU toljaMi' euil', the subtle iiiim Iihii
isid XiikJvkUfik ills arHikil.!b liubio' ttvUb'
ma 'e an engine of wronjr. 1 am not ( pi nk
ing iYdt la the luteft&'df 5iity party. ft Is
ait liour when rfven ttH! mjjriieVvol of
pii'CjiiltiaJaW.fJr rlidtiU Tculaiu
a 1) Tiiocrat. lint it is became I Hie in the
rejiubiicrtilan iiinipiei never er Xliey
w ill live, an Will still Save the Union ; and
to.all.nieirKuenre.tEua wmlloynHo tbe
tiriuelplei we hoi out a frtt'rtrtly hnnrt. I,t t
bygoiuipbc. ygpues. ,,y'a , are, content to
forgive tuucJir-to .JvretJuucU; ,by fuigtt
tWiif.iid Itiruivinirlie. Union can tie saved.
mhrtrt rB
hnri ruvL"'ltr"i the will Of the peo
Vd'i aud woe tQihi-ui that dare traijisav it.
Tikcr(jt IhtvUuWH, v; a 'great tuliicve-.
mwirt,'wd honor and gvatttMtl will forever
cfDwh tho' ,nanns' of the good and great
I'ivut'y yi bouk it uwos ,acciuuplUlied. But
more honor, more gratitude, more uudur
iiltf 4ove will lJcss-li omn ft men ui
ortithj Wltfrni.the Uj.iin id ill be,'vc d.
God save, the Union save it from the er
rors of '.those, tint ariMishon.est, and the
uinchumUoDs of ihote ttiat aru 'not bo, and
help as. JiThlpod the U ue menoi old,
to save wijat thy created the United
SuUs' Ttw gh republic cf republics, in
whose, cause we too 'pledge our livts, our
fjrtuiiei'i'a'nd our sacred honor."
Ums S. 8. Cox was then iutroduued and
nnlrn tiillrrwa ! ,,u t.n p- i .
ADDRESS OF THE HON. 8. S. COX
"erlir'JwVreaiidiis why'l will not de-
lHli ) MM voug. irou.i ncuy is upreive
lyitut; aind neooiiti, l.did nut know till I
came to your hall that my name was
off p tftur WifotfrMiiheV''' I csmrf to
lisftrt to" the utterance?1; of the gold-
jisn. ro mi
en jiipecL or
OntJ hMjiM
Uke the Jibert
orator, wufl uas.iust posen.
whrctr hefumtta iiwm
rtv ol expanding.' Itva8ug-
L'tatd'm)r inr jwfctt lie , lupoteised than
bv, wbfit he cxprefe(L Tiie Decjardtitni of
l.idepem1encns a rewinthKiBrytoeiunont.
ltMaD(Kdlut t(inilreyl.iIt was the
tKiiiiinet of sedition. It U an anuchrciiism
to Ha'te,AineVi'ati4lilr1tie8 tnnh the 4th of
'nioif uf liberties have.no du'jo.
Tuey ar Irom God4 fo never lostour
hhf rttes.'ATht7 navCno beginning in" thi
cntf lyiieswp.auiJwora eignea uun
proclainica the Declaration of Indepen
dence, they associated -with 'their Kugit-lr-privil-ges
and liberties the rightsof huinaii
natiyt, if"bij nlan(l srftv by fbrce and
pnijia.meutary cbieauerv to rob us ot our
inerttm Avrtruek 1 A r-Independence 1
Vq iievrtour liberties. "Kur back be
youil tjujernofbillsrofj!ight. Apjlogii s.aud
iTttiHon 61' the Commniw uf igkuid- far
huli((f(ttie Nagin VharfAi linxlioli free
dom reposed ii eternal' 'llil;ht, tile rlglits
abd f)fjvileg8 of tiunian taxttt'ft, whit h our
anoestora viqdicated. Io. tlie. Human civil
litw."aii'' jven aiiterior to that, the civil
right! Of man were yu-.trJed by civil uu
thonty, in written and uuwriltui eonstitu
tiohs'. These rights were brought to this
laud with our clmrtors; and when England
strove t despoil theuj, we struck back lor
liiuepenueiice, auu uy me um ui iicaveu
iron our independence, and saved our lib
ertii. ..GheeiS-j.-Xue Declaration of In
tr!petid'".' rpi;ir(. In Immortal phrase, the
uvuius' -of ithe mridiQ colonics.
Aiuodk them was the wrong of trying men
for crimes anEnoWn to the law. ana by ju
rtrtSSnd tritKinalS distant from the vicinage
of, tlie accused; the abolitlou of (he habeas,
ciSrpui and the destruction ol'theintinituents
(X.perataial freedom ;.tlie destruction ol
UadVby illegal, and extraordinary cxao
tiohshardly eqdaled by the intamoUs tar
idlaa'd taxes ol to-d and us a (iiniax of
injury and iuiquity these, ejcactious were
ltvkd wrthout the conseht of the people"
txed, antl' wltboafc lepre-entaticm'. of the
taxed people invth. taxing raj-liameut
These wrongs have In partbeen snflered by
tUlfidisiiriujt the wiir, and iu fact are
beinfl endured now. , But during the lour
yeam)! bor ciril war there vas ever found
h body of men Li the Democratic party, in
and out Qf Congress, who never lailed to
protet with vehemence and amidst obloquy
against this ftbseoration of liberty, by ir
rconilt)le power! Cheer.-' That these
right made immortal by tUj Declaration
or fndependenee have been restored since
the war, Ve owe to the courage, justice ml
parlotiwo o- An lte w , Johnson. -. fCbeerj. J
and too fatal a-rfbriW'Kiir, ciwl jwar,
tOtfHliral tlnijwCt'Jia beeoioijd.
thanks, to Ditlnp P-ojridenj;p..atj,i.ur Chief
Execirtiye. fClieers Hq jWg teant has
been the: a-Akm etf .tlisdiocraInj party
as lllustraKd by the- men of Tammany
that to-d iv we have ready here an ejdstle
from the Premier of tiM'Ust Administra
tion, laying at your fett. bU ohaplej of hon-orLiHTtiLtf-ftQcliaeri.
Mr. Seward
rtinrt. tfefTaltTjt'ih' r'QoguJzih(t the sterl
ki piitri6tim of Timniaiiy Mall, which is
ta patriotkiiu of the N orthern Democracy
5ndi which, 'while?, protesting against the
.boiej'of poweri hevcr,wavered in its de
fense, by the. . blood, t her sous, of the
c9nsUf,iMhaK Union -TwluL'h :our. fath
C4iiaiW. v4ClUor'-4iut-'t meant only
tq,-speak t-oa 4 to . one , practical
pttiiiU '-Myeloquent friend, Hr. O'Gormau,
IrasrfaldxtiaTTtierRtTpTinilc 13 not yet saved;
The fearfulVaf-Ptoiia liirtaised away;
but ho has frirl eald there' is danger still.
Ttmfyain,'(j jt.e"ija4 froinjlrt sama quarter
fygunvhiclf oufcivfT witr'came. ' This dan
ger comes fremv UieTEloUing out of eWven
marl n-otirbannet-ithe bblrterition of
eleven States Ffbnf theTedeYal Union.
nwHrmWiteWieJmniltiflncrotthis danger,
Suppo'-iithaft .in XSltheHetites liviug
lirerfUiinjrVhtines-TOte', for. President and
Vice President.'- 'frrefr etertffrs meet; their
tn tvt i ir the ecdieiil uoUotuvricii
isallicient nnaibw ot NoMheji States to
4et a DeflaOffratis' jETfdetii..; ' Sippose
ttiat feleetiotr reinstates tha policy, yid hour
ox4Ue.iUU4WtfeataL putrlotimi' of -the De
mocracy in the JVatioHftKrOverrHiient, and
that vote toborna. tOj;,Vadlngtu- during
thb tiuter of laC3-9. Tire joint session of
bAria!,aaiypp4tt!eeMAtfl,ot
Tenuussfe, Jttkaua .Louisiana and the
othrcightlstates held by the liadiqiils.to
lia dind liy-aninirln thI nni.onnifto. are ealled.
'L'lfYm rMTctfTfTje cffiifeflAXht'I vofce
ek'CisThel'resiUeut. Their vote Tsbbject
ed to. becattse'HyTfre-Jirlutfragaus in
the Electoral College I It is tlien contend
eiflitt (flwjfenWwiiilendnB
U " .!i4'luui' b)luieiyiti '.. Aba
Union, and their voice only the whine of
an auj..'ct,cr)nflucrca ftoo1ple-B th tlce
of efjuui Matew,jiricfa alt 'thutrMrgnltyand
independence unimpaired. What then? Is
thremny.ribtnialr"xdeialhi monM'Uo
flonwi- quot-tSoiiT10'! ttyl' Wotie!'''nonet
In 1S5I1, when Wisconstirwas called, and
bet vut.3' furw. Buchanan was . found
t lve oast oh -day not le
caily'i 'SinV-1 fiff "colise'iti'nnce of
liiguir)--iiiqueien vfos pfeCetmit
tel. H was held thjftttlie Joint convention
ha i th power only of arithmetic; no Ju-d-
i fv ;'t C" 'in,?i 'f' v ft ty v Jut? iito
fl,e Valiuity Of the vote.S itruuianis yet.
Vhpn t!ie eleven StTOTTTiow under Radical
, "i ' ! rtA-: ekVf-Af vfn4 ?WfTt flecRle? d
'; ; i t-t Vo-i: ""A stiielf iurX863b'fU
boiiid, tiiti'e will couie UUiei&wif, etabfailr
n r ,ri(i, vr'j-inle,-tt!i',r'iattcri5aTertud
bv'' ii- moderato and juuiciotts-states-iiia'i-!-ip..
thvrtj will'eome wrirriril . Wiir?
xii ;u.2j; dv a warsof 'ctlon aif Intwns
tlon! 1 w!'r, ' f a war o( co turn unities, more
t,.j.- ',. t , i , , . ;ij v..iiJ can conceive; tar
niorx ativciuus In its results than the war
ijiiHtndod.i Gad help u; then, if AndrftW
iJohnson fail u! But hewtjtnot fall iij
thaconttI-t ! ' fCheein.) T;t-us awf t thet-e
tirrible calamities:- Howr I would strike
hands with any man, or set of men, who
will help give to the eleven disfranchised
States, now underthe bar-sinNter of the
liadidai fragment of a Congress, tlielrptop
er constitutional posltidrt and legislative
representation, i (Clieera. .Tci this end let
us aid the President. Cheew. Let US
maketlie tlilladelphiannyfntlon a suc
cew.' He in anxious for it.' It will fllus-
trnto thf! 'possibility Of men ofpVriotio"
sentipieiiM ineecing in one uouy aim iu jmr
nioiiy from every piirtof thn couutry, i It
will brand to everlasting Infamy the slander
that peace and good will from every section
cannot meet iu oouucil fortho well-being of
the whole land. Cheer. No one need ap
prehend that this requites the disbanding
lof thei Democratic psrty. As 'I t dd the
Democratic caucus at Washington thoothr
er nitfht no one. no committee .is authori
l"d to break np the Democratic paity; r It
Is immortal as the Constitut on. Checri.
Jt only rt quires that we should chonso del
egates who belie e in the President and
Democratic policy of federal restoration
and Congressional represcnt'ition, and give
them .credentials to Philadelphia. Men of
Tammany 1 see to this I It cannot nbforb
the Democracy. It must help the country.
It will avert civil conflict it, w ill entomb
Itidicalism. Yon know how to make this
idea practical. When it is' realized, then
the invocation of my eloquent friend (Mr.
O'Gonnan) that the people will save theiu
' selves, will begin to find realization. Then
will come In pence nnd 'repose, the good
time when the questiou will be answered:
J 'i "When wiHThon fav1h pioplet
Oh. Ond of Mercy 1 when 7 ','; .'
Nn kinm nd dopota tyrnntfl ,
But hearts ml horoej nnd men 1
ISlinlloriino breed crime fnrerer? "
Ktrenirth idin mill the tmTu?
Nel siytheinounlini; N! theikie,
Our elouilod sun hll proudly rio,
-1 And ton pend. int d of r ieh.
I Hod ve the people I ' (i;beer.l '
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
fthnwin thesn-ivsl nd departure of timfnt at Co
luiflbun, Ohio. On and after Monday, May Ut, 18U,
Uain will run m followa ! :
l.lttlellaiuiiColumlinaiXenlan.K,
' .'" ' L1UVU. ' JISHIVi. ;
Night KxpreM ,.,4I:IHI A. M. 4:45 A. M.
, Kxpres v A. M. T-':30 A. M.
1 Fxure. 11: A.. M, H no K. w
1 Acoommodation to Xenia... R:SO r. M. ' Hflr. P.
Xatl "AO 1. M. 1:15 I'.
I v, ,o - :' ; JQI1S W. DOOEBjr, AaenU '
CleVelandi Coiumbm ft t ln'tl R. It,
' Niiht Kxprem.'. .'.'J . .'. MM A. M. ' l.W A. M.'
New York Uxpretf. H'W A. M.: . JIS4A.M.
' Sbul xpre KiM- :' M.
P . JAMKS.ATiKKSON Aaant.
Central Onlo Hallreadi ' '
MernlncExprest.. SjMk M. W.d P.M.
' Mail and txprcas 1JU 1'. M. 11: A. M.
.j, :. ., . W, J. iI.U Aftant.
i Flttabnrr, ColnmbuadcCln'tl R.K.
' I.ichtinc KxprPM... .....li:" A. T. ' 7:10 A. M.
.Mail and Kxp.-eM 11:10 A. M. . H:0 A. M.
' Aew Vork txprosa 1:24 F. M. 1U:50 Y. M.
. . J. B. PETEKS. Aieut.
L'oluinbna and IndianapolU Central
Jlnilwav. ,
. Night Ejprew........ 11W P.M. t:3B A. V.
1 Aco.,mmodtion :i" A. J'-': P. M.
Dar Express V.m?. M.' W:1S A. M.
1 Chicago Express :! P. M. luo A. M.
I ' V O. A. HlIJi.Asent.
Kandnaky, nansfield & Newark U.K.
Arrival at and departure frain Newark: .
Pa(enEorExproas........ A. M. P. M.
Mail and Kxnres. K:H P, M. 4:15 P: M.
Accommodation TflO A.M. ' 5:15 K,M,
AW. DEISMS, Auent.
PROFESSIONAL.
W.-W. FOUNTAIN,
Pliysiclan ' anil Surgeon,
NO. 25 EAST RICH ST.,
june!3-d3m
Columbus, O.
S. W. ANDREWS,
A 1 1 orney at La w.
OFFICE-In the Buckeye) Black, ,
COKSEE OF HIGH AND BROAD STREETS.
Entrance ob Bish street. . , maj21-dly '
LEGAL IS'OTICE. . :
JAMES G. BULL',
4 Attbrnev at Law.
OFFICE Ko. 151 South nigh Street.
Jgy Especial attentioB paid to C0NVKtNCTK0
a Eli Collkciing. maji'6-dtf -
THOS. O. THURMAN7
Attorney at Law& Notary Public.
JI Dofi Tni KTIAJt'S office:
No.' 282 South High Street,
COLUMBUS, OUIO. . a '
. SAUL S. KENKLE, .
AXXOrtIvi2Y- AT 'LAW,
''''cbU'MBIJS.O;'
WILI. PRACTICE IX TIIE SCPBEME
and Inferior Courts, and will collect claim!
agaii't tlie State and Etderal Government.
UKFICb fto. 87 Ka tSwte atreae, eppwit tlie
State House. .. , ., ; ... , ... ,, ,r;uovl7-dlj
.XXOKIVliY '.'AT LAW,
No. 117 South High St.,
nnT23-dl7l
VP STAIRS.
OEO.W. ANDREWS,
AttonTey and Counsellor ai Law,
WAPAKON ETA, " " "
HMtt .xe'-ert-l ..- , Ang-lalae f!aM 0
! f nurtlM la th Oew' - of WmUi Ohio '
J. Gl' NEIL, ,
Real Estate Broker
37 EAST STATE MllEEl
.7,'. t -u : y.tCOLUNBUS, OHIO
- MtT Negotiates Hales and Leases of Seal Estate,
Loan' on Mortgages, do.
H. 3 HELLENE Alt G-En,
"Attorney at Law
NOTA r'PXXTi L IC.
-,, -;
OFFICE jtf National Exchange Bunk Building, cor
ner vf High and titnte Streets k.
majdCm COLVnttVU, OHIO.
OTTOPRESEL,
Attorupy at Law & Notary Pablic.
OFFICE, No, 217 South High Street,
columbus, omo.
KW Business don (n the English an t rierroan
lanfcuiiaoe, fcipeelal attention aiven to Collections,
ian31-dly t v.-,..
DR. . IIARP,
EQlcctia Physician l Surgeon
:i n,l bn.,l.iCI ,'Wiu"l ia' Jwd'ia
TY tftt 1E ftir ItoCATfti D
XX in Holumbuateader hivpmfemsional serricef
to UMaaeauu)es,l aeriqtinakBg (tMiutrjr.
On Fourth St., IU,lta':f V Uroawaf
la Mf... Millar's effi4.:;
mr Residence, Seoonl door, first double hrick,
aorta nouse. . majv-au
i j businuss CAIID3.
Rriiairin? & Vamlsliinsf t limit
ure
7 ,.,.... ... v i. - r.
,,: GEOBGE KNOPF .1:
HAS COrflTIFACEB THE ABOVE bna
4Wsat No. 3 South Fifth street, whnro, bj
Striotaiten'ion to business, ho hopes lo receive a
1 hare of the pub'lo pairooiuie. . All orders left at
(he ahnrn place will receive immediate attention..
aprilt-dam ' . -' ;
1" ' WM. KENNERa
DAKERANDCONFECTIONER,
.No. a:ia isryiiigrH street.
Vsrties furnished on the shortct notie and mo
liberalterms. septl-dtf
i II. 15. IITJIVTKll,
accessor to A. Jlr.H.. Wholesale and .Botail
. Dealer in , i-rH" 1
Cinaiv, Meoitobaam and Briar Boot Pipes, Tobacco
I .nl r , JtagS, HUiej, diO., ' '! : T I '
:!(;;.To.1S.'l.(oath lltsh tre, ''.': 'f
aprai-dly-jupl6 (Next door to Good ale Hons.)
SALOON , AND RESTAURANT.
AUGUST HENNEBO,
N. 13 tVeet Broad Street,
-I 1
I ' ' (South sldc" " , ; '.;
Importer of Fine Liquors & Cigars,
' WHOLESALE AMI HJETAIL
iuneM-dtl-r m !- 01 na-.'--- ;f.t I
B. OROTLtSCII.
F. BRACa.
ST. CHARLES' EXCHANGE
HEHTAUItAIVT,
Nos. 30and 32 EAST TIIIKD STREET,
Cincinnati; 0.
C;;6ELVES &IU,
aprlao-dStnHf -
Pioiirictors.
11. T H O M P S O N;
. , Jlapufacturerand Wholesale Pcalor In , -j
UWB P. ELLAS,, .PARASOLS
1:,
LlU-4: )(,
WALKING-CANES,
-1 .'it , VI' 1 'I I ! 1 .. . I V III. l I" .'! i
, I MAIN" HTltEET,.!
(fjotweca Fourth and Fifthi
! i :l 'CINCINNATI, OHIO. 1
Kcpalrins; Promp'ljr Attended To.
DiayH d3m-r "
r-
k. 0. VLKM
BOBKRT NEIL.
i. II
HAflES & NEIL,
'I I .
' I- I. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FINE FAMILY GROCERIES
.Choico Teas. Foreign and ,
Domestic Fruits,
E X T it At J? L O U It ,
FisV, Salt, SeeJs, i'c.J &c,
s fio: 84 and 3(1 Nortb High ritreet,
COXjTJ 3Vr33XTj3, OHIO.
.iaul3-d'iiu-B ' - - '
'Auction and Commission Room
THE 17XDEKSIC ED (I AVE OPENED
- an Auction and Commission Kuom at ' ( j
, ; Wo. 141 Kant Town fNtreet,
where th er are prepared to do a general Auction
and Commission business. - .
Sales of a, I kind, of property promptly attended
to. either in city or country..
Household Furniture sold every market morning
at the" room, oommeneinir at 7 o'clock.
Also, Furniture repaired and varnished on the
shorten! notice and most seasonable terms.
TPR VKV A SFMOIT, '-
mohl-tf - - - No. 144 East Town htreet'-
l. c. Bmr
B,. SMITH.
BAILEY, THOMPSON & CO.,
: BArJKtRS.
No. 274 S. High St., Columbus, 0.,
. . .'DO k : ; i
GENERAL BANKING AND COLLECTION BUSINESS,
DEAL IN
Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Gov
i eruineai ssonua. t;oin aui ,
I ncurrent j'lonpy.
JH COLLXCTtOSS PROMPTLY ATTEKSEB
to and remitted for on the day of payment.
JOIVEY LOADED,
TfELP SUPPLIED,
HOUSES FOR
iieut sad Sale, at the
COLUMBUS ACC MMOOATION BANK, LOAN. INJEL-
l . LIutNLtflnlU htftl.tJllltUJ'rH.t, ...i
No. 33a 33.st Stcxte St.
) I 1 t
. Honey Loaned ui all hinda of Goods loft on de
posit. All kindi of Heip iurmshrd at very ehort
notice. House, htorcs. Farms and all kinds of
Ileal ijfate.i w ro and rent. ' ' .
mr Vemimimcai ion fty let'ef addressed Box I67
Columbus. Unio. will mpct prompt attention.
' jatita-dem GEORGK T. EMERY, 1
Ag't."
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY1
11. C. LILLET & CO.",
t . and '
Blank, Book. Manufacturers,
"XOI-UMnUS. or. ,
nnvlA-dlf T. . , ' , - . ' '
r AUCTIOH i
rt cirri i -rPn ? tn ? 1 1
n rt t J t is o i n 1 1 ' " b n n f
uu.ii.itiuaiuii p iiyuiiit
J J J I . SJ I.' till I I . . J . J ' O 1 i
Ma:. ) Jr. -.a:
Tr.i'i .; :h .'.)
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED
an Auction and Commission Room at
Nd" '184 S6uth;Td6rth'-Street,
..Dm
W bere be is prepared
to do a general Auction and
(Joiominmon
... .Salts el al
.on bvmness. r .
11 kinds of MOMftr Bromnay Attended
t
o, eitber in city or oountry.
Household t urniture sold every market morning
at tne room, commencing airo'citcK
,Alsp, Hoots and Shpes, Hats, Caps, Clothing, Jer:
Vry nl' VVati-Hee, to. e-4old oVety'H
ety'Mond.
Wedaeerisrt iriay -ad -eslt&olar' TuiSs, and
also evarf market mornins
Room, IHA South Kuutb street, next door to
Cruin a I)ry Goods Store, Columbus. Ohio.
tftti H0S I ? 11 faAdlkr
aprM-dtr.
.ft j r iti.fi-..
W, Be KBNTe
, , , , .,,,..-,..' I
. M. D. 1J(08LT. 1
Ruction & Commission House.
A KENiqSLEYr
TTAYB ASSOttATED' THEMSEEVES
JU. for the p urpose of. carry ip I op a general : ,'
Auction tnd. Commission: JBuiliicss,
ores ui .- AMMW tela MaV vl (wrai-. i 'l '
Nort heast corner of If north and Town .street; VO-
Jutnbusjj l belolWespejiBlatteuto;i fcithewe
evenings s Up, Avery Xuesday. Tbtusday, and Sali-
t 1 ' - t J w 1
Made oo all consigned goods, if necessary.
deoi3-diy
1Totl.Trrtac,YTtAlinre.wne,' an kiadf of SW
ehandis, ia., either en the planuses or at their
AtftionHooms.1 . ' -'"- ' T
evryJeflIay.ilWednelliT, iiMh VAAA
''WmammmimMmmmmmmtmmrmomfimim.mmBm
v a u;no H T w ' s
LCc LL'J'..."' :i 1' i v'--r is-:-:.': -i-xT .
(iNAUeHTONlMjBUILDING.!
mum
naif
m 1
r- . t. iB l:i l 1.-. ft
NA UC H TON .11 8 WHAl Lf NAUG HTON.lV M . -'
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T o n. 33
J ARIES IfAITGIITON AVKIIESTO HE.
turn thanlia to the patrons of the above, well
known store, and to solioit a continuance of their
favors. Being sole proprietor of the building as
well as bnnine, be ean afford toael! fora much low
er profit than any house in town; and onstmncrs ran
depend upon finding at all times a good stock ol sea
souablo goods, and will receive such prompt atten
tion at the hands of bis clerks and asMttants as will
assure visitors tohisestablishuientthatthey are in
deed dealing in a
First Olaod Stox-o
I ' Wherooan alwavs be found. ' ' '
DRE8 O00D8, - 8HAWL8, : '! ' '
CLOTHS, i CASSIMBRES,
LADIES' CLOAKS OF OOR OWN MAES.
Also, Hosiery and Fancy Goo 's of every doscription
JAUIES NAIGIITON,
119 and South llifrl Mrcet,
.febSIr , COLUMHUS. OHIO.
CHOLERA
DISARMED!!!
. - . t .-- - j - i .
. The Chief. Canse( of, .TestUenoe Destroyed. ,
0
R. K'.)URTAB BT'S D 1 8 1 K F K 0 1 1 W 0
Kl.l lliSi Smured bv Lebtors Patent in the
I'uhcd .Wtixi and i'rance. Prepared sol'-ly by the
New York; ftiaiufecttnr tlompauy, at their Lahora
try. N6s.B(,3uO, A Sl)i Henry street, N. Y- Office,
42 Cedar stnet. .. . i : i i
Thieotnpany.nrganized on a permanent nasit, with
Pr. Courtaro- the celebrated t'rench Chemift,, in
charge of Its Laboratory, is prepared to furnish its
DisikVeCTIKO J'LCIUB for eick rooms, nurseries,'
uriuals, water oionets, privies, cesspools, Sewers, rut
terB, iUipf, rallronds, huepitals, primins. and nublic
uistllutions ot all kindi. lauRiilcr-houcca, vllKl and
fat-b jilina eKtablishments ; a 1 kinds or manures
(immttutlg increasing tl.e value of the latter to
every farmer), aud wherever punonous and qlfeusive
gases trji.-t. These agents are deodorizers, antiscp
ticsantiputresccnts.and disinfectants in the scien
tific meaninv of the words. They rouiove noxious
gases and odors bv chemioal principles Icavi.ig in
their places iealthul air; they are dkstkoykrh,
nnd nut merely abiorbtnU of poisonous gases not
injurious to utensils in which they are used. The
attention of medical and scientific men is di rooted
to Uieve disinfectants. Attached are testimonials in
favor of this great discovery, which, with hundreds
of others, can be seen at the Company's office.
Dm svan HorsK. AtLsy, March 3o, 1808.
To the PrttidaW of JtKt JToit. Xert JHalnecttng
Company:
-Leer Kin It is all it U represented to be: We
have made many trials of disinlectnnts, but now
censlflrtht we have-fonnd an article which irar
passes all othurs as a remedy against all .bail odnrj.P
T. RoEri.tL A Co..
' "' Kew York, April fl.ifwa. ,
7!? th rrttidertt of tht JTu York DMnftcUn 'g
Company: ut
DearHir: We pmnounoe it without exneption to
hetliebet we .have ever known. Ite eject upon
every natter is ouiuplote and instantaneous. .
. , C. A, Stetson, Aftor llouso.
' jT3"", B. These Disinfectants are used by the
scavenger.', under the direction of the Sanitiiry Police
of the Metr politan Health Department, 'nw York.
PO W KLL A THOMPbON, Cedar st.,N. Y.,
General A Sole Agents fortho United Statos and
tho Uauadas, to wbom all orders should be ad
; dressed.
l or tale by all Druggists and General Peelers in
the C'nitrd Mates and Canadas.
maylfl-d3ra-r
BARRETTS
The Best Preparation for the Hair
.'. now in tjexs,'
AW D IS ':. SO PKOWOITIVCEn BV
the most sclentifln Analytical Chemists. ,; ,
It ItpMorea Grnj Ilnlr;
- It l'reventM Ilnir railing Oat; ,
' It CUitiie th Itoote to their Oris
: lonl OrftRiipo Action
It Eradicates MandrutT ttd Hu
moral . "'
. It Iiepa the flcolp Healthy s
felt Contain. no Injurious Insre
;'!.Adelo.t,.:., , ' : . . ; ,
And is universally aronrded to he a Splendid Dree
ing and Superior Toilet Artiole. ITS MERITS
are INSIDE THB HOTTI.E. .
iiverv bottle CONTAINS MORE LIQ0ID than
any other dollar preparation.
NO LARUK RK WARDS offered to establish its
effioaey. but WE DO GUARANTEE to refund the
money to any person who will use two bottles and
then say that onr Restorative has failed to do all we
eiaim. 1 .
- : 3. Ti. BARRETT A CO.. ProtoiktorS ' '
, V .. llanohester, Kew llauip.'hiro.
jS. E. SAMUEL & CO,
Wholesale A jonts, No, 85 South Iligh Street, Co
lumbus Ohio. ' -' , ' mavi!-l6in
I
I
'
'
WARM AIR FURNACES.
Patent Improved Warm' Air Furna.
' ccs, tor fulio and 1'rivate tee,
for Wood or Coat. ; .'
' '.'".' Address' PEXEU MABTp, ".; ".
.
ffo. 149 West Fifth Street, between Race and Elm,
.. . , ; . cijfctNNATX. 0.'
' ; ' ;. dattos, Apnj v. ms. ;
, . ,
, Ma. Pbtkh Martin, Esq., Cincinnati, Ohio
i)tar jiir; i be six Furnaoea which yon have placed
in the 2d, 3d, and 6th Diatriot School Hoaaes in eur
aity. eanre riven entire satisfaotioe duriue the-past
winter, Tne 3d and 6th District houses are the
largest in the city, and the house in the ith District
is especially difhcult to heat, owing to the exposed
JiLuaUon. as it stands upon a hill and not in the
east pButeotel by any other buildings.. lour Fur
naoes have a greater capacity for heating than any
other Furnaces with wbioh I am aoquainted; besides
there is great saving of fuel, u i : . . .-'. xi.r
j ... si, Youra. tjuiy. if -'''" -i' '
1
GEO. S. BALL, . ..
I ' Chm'a Cbm.on Buildings, Board of Edeoation.
- Looisvillb, Aprill. Wify
7Hlf."J'ETEtl JURtlN Dear Sift Your' WT arm Kit
(Phrnacea, which were introduced last fall into the
iiven univeraasatisfaotion and stand unsurpassed
Icnools or SU lionitace tiiuicii, nave auutirro
-iaooi . .! -1 Aivsft .DM KOCtT.' "
Pastor St. Boniface's Oburoh, Louisville.
i)n.HI Ttnir....'b r'hurnh t.nm.vilta
- gpno.-git-dtaugi-r ,
SU0dKiiS0B3TO GEO. k WU. MoD 01 LP)
m b..-i tw Not lti Son th HIch Street, j
dJ ei A
FS0FBIET0B8 OK THI COLUMBUS FOWTK
tti i.il eaj u. n .j.e
:il .1!'.
Jo Invu.u
-nr
.mTr,-ii,;i..'S
igantsfort
,SH,Cire4ttamj.
vl B-Jil.tOfJt 9,lJ L'.
:rs f,
niilfto i 're' Mi id ti T
tlltOfOE "iFAMItt'o GB0CE5IES
Ofteiy pcr5pton ported W poBiejHj.
t.. we 'icewjt' o nrt in.
...... .' . I . r Ai . " I- I- ' I ' '
, ie.ntnee.vioii, aiwura, own.,
Sardines, ete. UtT.-Mii wvU UJivered fjrse .l
4mtii:,-Ai i.'cJ oil! ti:c i-e iJ h ;!'.
inayis dly No. 121 South Bigh St.
VV-ME0BERY. WfilTWHf IT ShVVK.
ir. Agents for the Bale of (J4net,I jipps A W ail-
...-r
BLOOD
BLOOD
BLOOD
.BLOOD
-BLOOD
BLOOD
BLOOD
BLOOD
BLOOD
BLOOD
PILLS.
PILLS.
PILLS.
PILLS.
PILLS.
PILLS.
PILLS.
BLOOD
PILLS
BLOOD
in.;: .'it .
PILLS
l ' ' i '' AND I
PILLS. ,
PILLS.
PILLS. :
; Bldbd .Purifier!
! !, ARE TOEtjALED ' ;:"
i J.....L : oa cdbino j.
Scrofula, ' SiphiUs, SI in Dis
' cant), Old Sores, Salt Khetim,
i " DisjHytilaor 'Indigestion,
SICK HEADACHE
Liver Complaints, Rheumatism,
. , Fever and Ague. St, An
thony's lire, .
: FS!iAL3 COMPLAINTS.
: " Erysipelas, Rumors, i Eruptions,
Fits, , Scrofulous Con
sumption, etc.
1 ONK person writes, her ilangliler ws eured '
- of Fits of nine yeiUB' staudiiitf, and bt. Vitus'
. dance of two years. ,.
ANOTHER writes, his son' was cured alter
his flesh had almost wasted awny. .,
The doctors pronounced the case Incurable.
ANOTHER wns cured of Fever and Ague of- ,
- ter trying evory medicine in his resnh.
ANOTHKK wns cured of lever Bore which
had existed Courieen venrs.
ANOTHKB of Kheumiitism of eight years.
- ' Cases iiinnmernble of Dyspepsin end Uver
Complaint could be mentioned, in which the .
, PrrAorand Tills work like a charm. .
PILLS
Are the most active and thorough pills tlint
hare ever been introduced. They act so di.
; 1 rectty npon thu-Lier, exciting that organ to
such nn extent ns that the system duos not re-
lapse into its former condition, which is too apt
to lie Uie case with simply a purgative pill,
j .(i iThey are .really a ,. .,; . Q
BLOOD AND LIVER PILL,
' '' . nriil fn inn' tnnt Inn with tflA
BLOOD PURIFIER!
win cure ell ther aforementioned diseases, and,
' of thewselvee. will relieve and cure - ,
' Headache,, . Costlveness, : Colio .
-i i Pains, Cholera Morbus,
'Indigestion, Pain in the Bowels,
Dizziness, &c, &c.
Dll. llQBACK'S
StomacK-; Bitters !
Photild be used by convalescents to strengthen '
the . prostration wlaoh ahvnys , fellows acute
disease.
Try these medicine, and yen will never re
gret it. Ask your neighbor who have used
them, and thev will say they are GOOD
MEDICINES, and you should try them be
ore going lorn physician. . ,
. PRINCE, WALTON & CO.,
" " (Successors to Dr. C. W. Rohack,)
. BOLE PROPRIETORS,
Nos., 50, 68, 60 & 62 E. Third St., ,
' CINCINNATI, O.
Are Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Medicine.
" ; EVERYWHERE. 0
n"on-ir,twAilyn4niw " i ,
LIVE STOCK
Petroleurii Exchange.
. . j;.;.. 'i;..l i-. ,. .; l'.r;. "I . ' . :
ON TOE l&rn INS. I WILL OPEN A
LIVE STOCK
-it '. v. ; -akd- " :
PETROLUIIM IlXCHANtlE
II THB SOUTHWEST' T!OBlVER of
the I'ofltofftoe Buildinir, where I shall be pleased
to negotiate, uimnroaaouable tormx, with all person,
who desire to tell or purchase Live Stock, Keal ts
tate. Petroleum Lands, or Oil Stocks.
AlKJbV AHLSOW, Jr.
aiaylg-dtf-a in
i FOR SALE. i r
J.'i ui u: r. i. -'i ; tf.
A ,t Goad;,, Steam 3m v.
IS COOB RVflNlNO ORDERS SITU
ate at Urange Stiftion, Delaware county, Ohio
14 miles north of Columbus. , Also, one r
Xwo :HtoTy IJrili:-' IIoumo,
On Seventh street, beteetTSouth street and South
1'ublielaue, in the city of Columbus, Also, a
SW..'JI'-ww-!J-iV .'-Z- "I1. 1 ' ij.-f".'l
, ...Li. .., - ' :
On Seventh street, in front of the Irish Catholic
Church. ' ' n . , ' . .
d-or particulars. .Inquire at the office of this paper.
HOTELS.
b.Ll'
n omo nousEi
'" 'tir.viiinl.ns'Rritr:. ninn 1 .'
EDBA.,,-., ,r, J Proprietor
ma.v8-d3m-D ti- '
;amebican HOUSE,
-...'. J, BOSS HANLIN CO., Proprietors,
f.BOSg&ANLl'jf, Sl ll OiBDKIB, - Jj Ki D1CMXAM'.
lneichll-dtf Ml .il i-.:-. -(.t W .t .1
GOOD ALE HOUSE,
. 1 .1 , tl. lll'r, .1 F.
,K i'iviCOtUMBU6,i OHIO. 1
l :!!!. '.uriiniti'iti iitiiioui. . i. '.i ;'ii it
M Vf, DOLSON, Proprietor.
I'HIGH:.;;STHEET1;HOUSEf;:
f iy Mj?h sfct
-lt bi;otweflniNorthand8prlntijtreett,.;:i v .
tOELUlBtS, OHIO.
JOHNrHREEL & ZQVo-- PROPRIETORS.
WALNUT, aSTREETl CHOUSE
,s''1' CINCIAT1!; bHlO.
.... c; - t .1 " r
TTAVITIO EEAsEl AND TVT THIS
XL Hotel ih first class order, the proprietors solioit
itue! patronage et? ihepubliu. feeling .confident that
the accommodations oannot be surpassed by any Hur
Jvrria tM Pi 'ji t.i 1 f 0prietori 1
ffiffiaflrj'ad, a'"!.'! (l taprlM-dtT-r'
rn e)lLl,suta...1.1''iii .al Matthews
njwis yf ."f?"'(Y.f pv' ;) fujmxu, ay.
'ttk'tifte bf iltfiterlini. .'
IcrcriantftIIqtel,'1
mq In rjrt'H"nt A r vTn,. . i' 1
JBTThis House havma bees' tioreukh iy" repaired
novated ana newiy lurnunea, is now open,
aayUsOi-tf.
a. r '
THE BLOOD
.. TEAS r.TK AST-
IHE ' ATTEJITIOM OF DEAESiRS,
Hotel Keepers and Kainilies, desirous of obtain
Bcohnice Teas at reasonable rates, is respectfully
Ireotcd to our
'"'.l'. COMPLETB ASSORTMENT OF '-'.'.'V''
GREEN BLACK AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS.
Vhleh we dKM ill brliinal paokaaes, or In qnanti
tlos to suit purchasers. We feel justified in sarins
that we ntuer.fail -to meet all reasonable expecta
tions, and while orders are constantly coming in f
''Jiistf'such Tea as you srint ns before,"
complaints rarely osnur. . Persons who, as a matt
of taste,, or from hveiouie considerations, uss hie
Tea, often find it AiTicult to get Rood article.
. oun, choice
-7
BLACK TEAS
cannot be excelled, and have estaUished a reputsy-
. OUR NATURAL LEAFS
are of the purest nd sweetett ohops, and helns
cured in the snn are ficefrim the doleterinus ef
feot produced by contact witn copner. ' .iij.h ,n
A full line of staple and fanol Groceries always
on baud at lowest market prices. , . ,;
BROOKS, P,1ERiON & CO; ,
CrBOOUBB";''-''''!
No. 73 Soutli I II tfU Ht.
nt3 (Corner Friend. )
k. R. ANQLK. ' C. W. DODIT.
FAMILY CROCERY
nAVINOPTTRCilAKEDTlIE ENTIRE
stock and fixtures of D. llayden. No. 20 North
High street, we ato adding a .
3jj3k.lT.OI3 BTO CK
-OF- '
Fine Family Groceries,
Fresh ffom AeKastern cities 'We also intend to
keep on hand ht all times asnpp'.v of Countiy I'ro
dnoe of every description. e respectfully call the
attention of ,. . . , : . .,
Families, Hotel anil Boarding-House
- .Keeper,
- 1 r ' l I ' . 1
To our Stook of Gnods.and invite them to examine
and learn our prices before purchasing elsewhere.
In addition to the above, wo have opened a '
. ' , ; .-I. . r ' . .' i ;, i ' , . i . 1 .
LARGE FEED TORE,
...... - . , . 1
And keep on hand COP N. OATS, BRAN, Ac, Ao.',
and will in a sh"rt tinie be prcpated to furnish any
thing in our line of business at the lowest market
rates, fltUvtredfretof cAarat. . r .
moha7-dif ANGLE A DOUTY.
STENCIL PLATES!
' MARKING PLATES,1
: 1 ' 1 1
BRANDS,ALPIIA.BETS,
STAMPS,
FIGURES All Rinds and Sizes !
I 'BY-", . '. z r(- ' '
Ohio Street, Bcles Franklin, ,..
1IAUMAK, OHIO.
.
Agents;.; Wanted Everywhere.
tfT Orders from a distaned will receive rrompt
Attention, and uoodg bo promptly shipped. Address,
A. F. WARD.
P. 0. Box 1 10, Uarmar, 0,
jnnel9-dly
1865.
Winter Arrangement.
TIME CHANGED.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Cleveland, Columbus
AND
CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
' Tltroo M"l-.ixissi 3Dt,lly,
" EXCEPT SONJUT. ' r
" From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the
Little Uliajul CkliEitiliBi A. Xenld
Y .,. A Hallrojidx.
. FIRST TRAIN. " r ? 0 .".1
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbni at 1135 P.
M. Will stop at Delaware. Ashley, Cardington
Oitead, Galion. Crostline. Shelbv, New London,
Wellinaton, Grafton and Bcroa, arriving at Clove
land at 6:10 A. U.
so ,0 .....igBCOND TRAIN.- ... 'T ' '
IfEW YORK EXl'KESS-Leaves Colnmbns at
1020 A.M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardinifton,
Gallon, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington
and Grafton. .- A etiui.r.il V
, THIRD TRAIN. 1 ,, -,,',r,
, MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbns si J:iO
P. M. Will stop at all stations south of .Shelby, and
at Hhilob, New London, Wellinirton, Grafton and
Berea. . . .0 . ... . r.:;,
m 1. . : CONNECTIONS. it- . ,.; .
At Delaware' with Sprinnfield Branoh for Spring
field and all points on that road. ,
At Crestline with Pittsbnre. Ft. Wayne and Chi
oao Railroad for 1'ittsburg , Philadelphia and Balti
more. Also or.Cbioaro. - ' . i .
At Shelby, with Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark
Railroad for all points on that road. Also, for Tole
do and Chicago.
1 At Grafton for Toledo' and Chicago. ' -7 ,
At Cleveland, with Lake Shore Railroad for Erie,
Dunkirk, Buffalo, New Vork and Boston.
Patent Sleeping Cans are run on all
Night Train) to Chicago, New
York and IloMion.
1 1 1 ' . '-(
rBagiraffe checked through to New York and
"floston, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and New
K er k, via Crestline :li ' ,, w- ..!.
f ) ,' ,v.- RETDRNINOi .rf
Night Express arrives at Columbni at 3M A.M. ;
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at l&o
P M. ' ' 1 ' '
ilolumbna Acoommodatioo arrives at Columbus it
i P. M.. ,M , - ,i mv-.'S t,vic.:i 1
-. Fare as Law a bf any eitber Route. 1
-"" Ask tot Tlokels Via CrestHne or Cleveland'. : '"' 1
''t: 4. tciw, iu "
-5 : ...1 Snpt., Cleveland,-Ohio.-1
.'.' JTAMF, PATTERSON,
A irent, Oulnmbus. OhU.
ColombuS., October JB,1M86H w, . 7 , .
LOTS " FOR SALE.
OFV'ERlNsJl FOH SAsIe ON T.AiV
1 tersns.. a Jot fi land, whioh. I have itt mhr
divided into lots of from , ' " '
-! i 'i .u iiniijuj :u . -;iiw iMki.:ij::"! el
oit Four to.u&ien'V'Aercs 'Each:o!i
lo oo':" ' .:! oil; ... ,oirev:ti t .!,.; .'1 ,5:!r:iiil
!Bftnateon the Worthlngtdn Tike. qnarte t,tk
mile Irons theCorporation of Columbus, and extend
ing eastaoross the Railroad, and situate, on both
sides of a rosd which extends from the Worthington
jPikettheWestorvillePike. - '
'slW'BefertdGiOtCoEHKH.Esq.
decU-dtf W. L. MoMILLINi,
i' " 1 1 1 1 i ' 11
jJxs.j R e. let fntbHi-h'St()t.n-T,'9
COLUMUUS, OHIO,
Ma'nufaotnrera A wholesale and Retail Dealers in
JTIa,l,0ppO(l Sheet Iroa
.toAlse, doAlerl tn. Lawson's Hot Air Furnaces,
iLatxe'a SuperiotEnglistl Cooking Ranges, Grates,
.White Marbleand Marbleiied Slate aud Iron Man
1tles.Ao..Ae..and -" 1 ; -' 7
.y.va ..i.-roj AGENTS FOR
.ill
!";eBi;;;$T.nfsRt,sdooxi5
And the noted Alligator Ccal Cooking Stove.
mcnu-aeoaiy
iAlTiifOBBnfAYlANI).-
ifABi.isnEW as a niEFrof! Fiftmt
QtiACUKKY." IIKiW.Vi'WTWS W.UMile
A
Speedy and only Kffectusl Itemed. in the World for
Weakness of the Back or Ltiiilu.; Kilolitre, Afli S
tif.nol the KiilucysBiiil Utamier. iiivimui.wiij via
chames, Imp- toncy, Goneral Kcbili'y. Reryonsness
l)ypopia. Languor..' Low tpiribi, .loiiluslmi i' t
Jdcss-Papilationof the llontt. 'liiindtly. Jrouib,,
line, Dimness of Sight or Hi.l. lines". Disease ui the
JlfSd, Throat, Nose or Skin. Aff. ctintis of Hie I,tv
fen LntiBs, Stoma h or Howeif ihime terrible Ilia
orilrs arising from Solitary Habits ;f Voulb .,
t'HKT and smitary practice nn.ro fn'nl lo thoir vic
tims tlmtl' the sonc of Svren. to the Marinors of
Ulysses, blightirg their most krilliubf Honeii or an"!
ticipations, rendering marriaiEo, Jc, inipusaiblo,' 1
UUM (JAN litl.UJIt'Vi.M.i . . i
11. a 11 n: st t' t M tiu .1 i.ciivorei 1 themosKierrninl
,;:',i,;,.i,o,iumuii Ik
BpoUU',,'wko hsve beoome the vji'lims of flolila
ry Vice, Unit iliosillul a id Jcrlructive lubit which
annua Iv soeep" to an iintln civ p; live tliiiusamit of
yoiininieil of theniost. exalltd tuleuts and lirilllmit
inte1! t, who . iht otherii'o, lu.vu entranced list,
enine Senates willi th" thunders of h nueuoe, or.
wnidT n ccstscy the living I) re, may call with fult
oonfidonoo. ; ,: ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '
i wi-f(: - itlAItlllAMK. -' 1 "
1 Married. Persons, or Voting Men eontomplating'.
'marriage, boinu awsre of i'hsical WeMkne.. Orf
iganic Debility, Duformities, spec .lily cureil. .
j llo who p.scej himselt' ntn er tl.erara ofTlr. .1..
nisy relittlouslyennlHe in his honor ns a ttmit'emua '
anil confiUeiitlj rely upon his skill ns a physjuieu. 1
- ohaic ui:A8:iisii .
rhimsdtatoly Onrod and full YigoT-liestoreil. ' :
'this distressing AUeotion whiuh .renders lifer
mi erable and niurriagn impossible is tl e penaitv,
paidby thevioti nsol improper inilu'ffelfces, Vonnjf
persons are too apt to fconimit eioe.es fmnr: not bel
lagawai-e of the dreadful 001 scquvnoes that int.
ensue. Now, who thatuiiilerstauili the subject, will
protend to denv that the power of procri atlmi is loTt'
snontr by those falling into imprt per habits than by
the prudent ? Bfiiilns being deprived of the ploas-,
urq of healthy oD'sprii'ii. t) 0 w st serious and tie-,
strufftive sjmrtoms of both body nnd mind ariso
The System beooinrs deranged, tho Physical and
Mentaf Functions Weakened, Lous of I recreative -I'owcr.Notvous
Irritability, liy.peps a, I'alnilaliou.
of the Heart, lnd;L'e.tion, Constitutional Dol liity
nnd Wa'tini of the Frnaie. Couuli, Consumption,:
Dewy and Death. 1 . ' . r ;
, , . ; ii:. .ion ro, ,;
Membrrof the liovsl Cnlloge ( f Sureeons, London,:
Grsduateof one of the luoel eminent Colleges in tho.
United states, and thegn eter part of whose li e has
been spent in the hospitals of Lo:.dnn, 1'iiris. I'll i1 a-'
delphia and elsewbrro, haseirco'ed romool the nioet
astonishing cures that wsiu evor.kuown; ninny,
triuhlcd with linsing in. tlm head nnd ears ','nen
asleen, grest nervousness, bing elnrind at sudden
aounds. ' ashlulneii, with freqnentlilnshit g. at tend
ed, sometimes with derangement of luiud, wurucuicj,
jminedialcly. . .
XAia: rAKTicirMsr: wotick.
1 . Dr. J. addresses all those wbo hove injured throw
selves by improper tnnu g-n . e ann sm i.ry nanus.
whch ruin both body and mind, nr fltting tliein for
either business, study, society, or niarri.ge. iv
, I'll eae are aometif the sad and melancholy enoals
'produced h esrly liahits of yiiiitn, vis: Wouknoxs
of the Laoka-nd Limbs. I'ains In lti Head, DimnusS
of Siiiht. I.omof Muscular Power.lfaliiiiation of t)ie
Heart, Dyspepsia, rvous Irriiiihility, Derange
met t of the lliaostlve Kunufious, General Debility,
Syniptums of Consumption, Ao. . ,. ,r . . . y,., ,
1 MrnTai.lt. -The fearful effects on tho mind afo
muck to bikdreSilud. Lous (if Memory, Confusion of
Idea.", Depreslnn of Spirits Kvit. Knrebodings,
Aversion to Sooiiity, Self -Dislru'l, Love of Soli
tude, Timidity, Ac are some of the evils produced.
' Thousands of ptrsons (if all ae ean row judge
what istherau'e of their declining health, hiring
' their vigor. 1 coming weak, psle, nervous slid ema
ciate .1. having a singular appearan-p about the eyes,
Cough and symptoms ol Consumption, . ,
yiu mm
Wlinhive'injured themsolve by a certain practice,
indulged in when alone, a habit frequently learned
from evil sonipanionr, or at schKil, tho ttfcols of
which are nightly felt, even when k en, and, if not
onred, renders narriage inipufsible, and destroys
both mind and bod , should apply i'uuicdia ely. ,
What a pity that a 'oui ii man, the hope of his
eountrr, thoprhloof his "a rents, snonM be snitched
1 ftom all priLpecti" and enjoynit ntsi f life by the con
sequence of deviating from the path of na uro, ami
indulging in a certain secret habit. Such persons
mast, bufineeontetuplatliiR .
lfIlKKIt.Gr,
Reflect that a found- m'uid mid bmly are the most
: neeossary requisite to promote cunniiblal happi
ness. Indeed, without these tho imirnev through
life becomes a esry pilgrimiige Ibe pmr-peot hour
ly darkens to the viow, the 111 i ml beei iues shadowed
with de'pair, nnd filled with the melnnchol rcH'V
tion that tho happiness of another becomes blighted
with our own. .. .
OFFICE, T South Frederick sHreet,
Loft-bsnd siric going from Haltimiiro street, a few
doors from the corner, . Fail not to observe name
and number.
sT No letters received unless postpaid and con
taining a stamp to bo used on the rtply. Persons
writing should ttnte nge, and sei.d portion of ad
vertisement diS'rihing symptoms.
The Doctor's DIPLOMA hangs In his office.
INDORSEMENT of the PRESS,
The many thousands cured at this establishment
within the lat twenty years, and tho numerous Im
portant Surgical Operations performed hv Dr.,lulin
aum, witnessed by the rep Tiers of 'lh bun and
many otbei papers, notires of w.bic!) hnveanpeared
agtinand again before thepublio.lH's'ules bisstamlr
.ng as ageullouiau of charicter and rospjusibility,
's atufiiciont guarantee to thenffjictod.
6KIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.-
-juneltl-uly . . - 1
- OFFICE OHIO I'KNITENTIA HY.J
i ,
' Coi.riiiifH, .luno 10, 1M. J
SEAtKIl PHOtMIMAI 8 TO I IKIMXII
this Institution with supplies, as scheduled lie
low, will be rooeived at this ottiue until Tuesday.
JutySJ, 1686, at li o'clock M.i '
MO bushols good Pcaohblow Potatoes.
850 bushels Iloans.samplos wanted.
awi los-ury vooiiin. - TJ,. ,
io ibs ohcao trade Tea. " . ' '
1IHI0 lbs g .od Cheese, '
- ') Ihs SUs king Yarn; " : ' .
I'-tsllhs good Huilor, tone delivered as wantod.
30110 lbs node Ash, t ...
ISO gallons per week, moro or less. Sour Milkylo
be delivered as wanted until August iut, next.
1 TbeT)ifeotors and Warden roserve the right to
reject any bidqonsidered iuoompatiblo with the iui
Uresis of tho-.taU). - .
.Kk)vh bidruuA b accompanied by. 1 bond in the sum
of 11 percent, of theamount involved, conditioned
that tlie. psrty making the pronoml will enter intd
and'taiilifnlly perform the oatract, tf the same be
awarded to him. . i
o n. 'i C1IAS. C.1WALCUTT. Warden.
JlP.. li. U-1TK3.1 1 l"i ..... .M . ,i . ht
John Mi Li s a, DlrseUirs. : . 1
j Jobn lloi'uii, ) junl
r . T l, . . .
18 dtw-a '
1. 1101 . ..OFFICE OHIO PENITENTIARY,)
" ' '; CoLltMHl-B, June 18, 16. (
tEAi,t pnoHtixAi wii ii mi: mes
O ceived at this. office unlilTUrSDAY, July l7ttf,
1SG8, at 2 o'olock 1TM., for tho libor of from
Keren y.f ive to Que llnnil red Convicts,
For five years or less. Shop-room fiimiched ind
discipline maimained at the expense of the Slate.
Bidders will specify the class tf Ub.it, naming
each article to be manufactured, tho prioa per day
for labor, the number of men. and the amount of
ehop-rooiu required. - 1 .
Each prop , sal must be acoompanied by a bond
with good security, conditioned tliut in care of tie
aecrptenoe of the bid.-tliS) party making thesahie
will enter into a-eetitraet with Hie Directors anil
Warden acoordlng toi law. and the terms tl their
bid; j. .'.i' - ' 11 ..:'.' ' ' . , . . -1 nr . '
1 he Directors and Warden reserve the right to do
tannine what branches ef businoas will brut, sub
serve the interest of tlie State and tend to promote
the Welfare of the oolivicts, and will bo governed
accordingly in their acceptance of proposals.
1 1 J. . 0HAS..0. .WALCUrr, Warden.
liisUKS L. TUTUS,) .O l...lu'Jl ,y L.ta
Jnuii M.11.1.KU TllrMliiM..
k Hi r. u .? f jqr8-'-'rL
1866.
SUMMER TIM
SUMMER TIM CENTRAL OHIO
EOS
. .... 1 . . . . , ii;.
3.U.iJ.!-Ltt)el3llB'!H,.'ltis 1;
SUMMER TIM CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD
Jtetween Colusnbim VheelinK ,
" Lnu 'fcbNNticTiNdJViA'BEl Drs
" BALTIMORE & pHI0.fi. "R."
Washington City, Ttftltlmore, Phlla i
sk ilelptiitt, New 1M-H, it os ion,; ;
WV' ALL' "llAStERNt ClTltS;
THIS kWtE OFFERS T Hik',' AJtm
i. tags of ethreogh tiokel and baggage, aheok to
Washington City, aud also Rives tho ntutsenger the
privilege, oi. visiting, llaltiinore Philadelphia and
New'YoW,attheeistila-Newia-llitikeionei
eii te privilege qf vunting all pf.the prmcinal sea
bivirdcitlejst die cos tut eUbsttin ticket, aJuns.Tut
bthorrorrte; ' - " ' ' 1 -' .u.iJTi'll"
uepni Arrives ai ianeviile t7MH A. .VI J tieJieite
at ISflO P. i Cumberland atl:SLP, M.: Baltimore
iu.; n asuingwm vii at Bias Jt. M. ' ul
1.30 P. M. EXPRESS from Union Depor-Ar-rWee
at ZaneavilleeMilO P. M : tlellair'e at 6 80 !
W.j 'Cumberlandat:47'A: M.rBaltlmore at 4:10 f.
tL-, Washington. at f U fiM.i jin, t i,,no;.i, A
eT Five trams duily (Sundays exoeptedfrom
W ishibgton or Baltimore, for I'hiladelpbia and New
. l'l""uiii. u.i,uu nu 11 iu 11 vti mug,
ng oari on all night trains,
AU lor "l'iekela via HcIIalia
r'Wulingf-i ; 'u u.-ji , .J?
i't.'.IEVF.TTi:IrHctlt.', J
i. W. BROWN, General Ticket Agen
junetio
.Through, tickets toNew York ean beprooured vis
WMhingtoo City, at an additions) expense of M.'r
- Two Uaiiii daily, .Sundays excepted, leayo C-
jutubui a follows .., ;)u((,
--mO.A. HORNING til'RKitS: from rja"lna

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