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: Bhowfng the arrival and departure of trains at Co- 1 u-nhug, Obio. Un and after Monday, April 1, 1867 rat as will run as follows : - 1 1 . 1 Cleveland, Columbni Sc Cin'tt IT. Ki Nbt V.xpre3S...,..,,12:45 A. M. 3:00 A, M. No.l Accommodation..'.. 5:0 A. M,1" 7:40 P. M. 'iw York 'xpres 11:10 AM, -8:30 P. M. Exore.-'s Mail ; 3:00 P. M, ii 0:30 P, M. Springfield via Delaware.MS P. M. " 10:55 A. M. Thi3.trtiA.tusa Sunday nightynot on. Saturday. r .. ; ; 1 1 ! ; JAMES. PATTERSON Awnt, fAttle laiaml & Columbus Sc. Xenia R.R. Cincinnati. Day t6ti. Riehm'd. caster, liilTsboro and Chit l' licothe 3u5u a. Cincinnati, Dayton, Richm'd, '' " Indianapolis and Hillsboro.1" ' ' ," xa. ,13:40 a.m. -i. !") hi V 'HJoilicothe and Marietta ,. .11:00 a, m. 11:00 p. in, Cincinnati, Da.ton,r Spring-' . eli, via London. . ........ .f S;40 p. m. ' S:40 p. m. CJinrtnnati. Dayton. Bkshm'd - - ' Indianapolis A Coicago...11:50.p..m. , 930 p.m. U, :: t" !, r ., I r.T. LOUGH. Agent; Baltimore c Ohio road, Central i OblO Division. Io? 91 Atria t Express Fast 6:00 A; M. 118 P. M No. 5 Kxpresaud Mail EaatMKiO M.' '10:40 A.M. Nov 17 Zanesville Ao'm 'tion. 6:30 P. M. 3:1HA.M. '-' W. J . FELL. Agent. ' h pittabuix, Columbus & Cln'tl R. . Mail and Acoomraoda- .'t;-r"- tvi"t ft( , --tiori. rvi. i . 5:30 A. M. K J -;30 P. M. New York Express 11:50. A. M: v ' 1SM P. M. Jjiihtnine Kxpre-.i..i2.-60 Mid night lfl&O A. M. .IMhia train leaves' Sunday night and not oa Sat urday. '.;! J " i ..!'--! v 'i ; - ; : . , r! t r vT- .n J. B. PETERS. Agent. Cqlumbus and Indianapolis Central -. i.j, .;,u Railwar ' ' - Si she Express.-. ..... ; . . .'. 11 ;65 PJ M. B30 A'.' ituimrp Express and A e - ' r commodation 5KK1 A. 31. uaJA:M' Pay Express... -.".V:. i...'.;.Ml-30 JM, 12:30P. M. (Lhioago. Express'.. 60 P. M. 11:00 A. M. vJ - 0 1 x - ; .G. A. HILL. Agent. t f anduskyt Iansfleld &3yewarlc U.K. ABKIV - AT NETTAEI L11T1 NIWASC Aecommodation.l0:15 A. M. 11 u0 A. M. 11 ail 43 P.M.I - : i l'i:15P. M. ( A. W. DENNIS, Agent. Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE COLUMBUS POST OFFICE. .t.-H -t --. -i, ABBIVI8. . C108K8. Eartrn-tThTenrn Mails. m. r. ie. a. m. r. sr. . -.C-jGwA Cifi; K.,.. liaik 10:45 laao . 730 Eastern Way Mails, C. C. & C. R. R....:......v:.-ill: T.i- r .... 12:30 northwest, via Ft .W. A C- - - . - . V. V. AO. ti. K......W1... 11 .-05 .. 7J0 7:50 730 Chicago, ria CJ. P. A I., C. . i 4J. A tL R . R . . . 4 . . . u . L . . 4MS lltOe Miitni R.R. through j1. - 9:30 J0 120 1:15 little Miami R R. War )U5"U.K tao ! 1230 7:30 730 .; 730 1330 C- O. R. R. Newark. ZanesTille A Wheelinc CO. li-J.Var.--. Virclerilte, -Chillieothe A ' -s.-r Portsmouth.. i 'Lancaster r Ohio'. .T.. - ...i East v ar.National Road. 10:00 iUU .... r 10:30 '7)0: 311, Vernon Way Waster- nr.- . Title. Ao... 930 HerthOotambusanlX71ini I 'a- 'or-Tiile ;. 9rt Washington C.IL.TiaHar-V' ; ; : " i..-our. (tn-weeklky.) I t'arriTea Meodaysi Wed-l.') -1239 .. 1230 ... 730 IIOOUOJ Of KM M. A lVIO,l Oa ssuva I leaf slueidays.T burs-1 ; b t ..: " days and Saturdays.... J .'. ;? ; ; Centre Village: (tri-week-i " -; ly.) Tuesdays, Thursdays .... UK. ....1230 .-p and Patrurdays.i. ......J - i ." ; O. ? ' '' '. 'J OfficS tioma.-Offiee opens at IX o'clock A. and closes at 7 P.M. Sundays, opens t8 A.M., and closes at X A. M.. r ... AH Mails close on iSunaaysatSKP: M. ' - ' JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster. Search for John Smith. John . Smith married roy fafcier'srgreat uncle's elviest daugbttr Malinda Byrue Consequently I was a relative to John. ;v Joiin'8 family .bad ;bfteri Tlsited' us at out ,quiet country Jfibme; and at each visit had .-tuot cordially pressed us to return the compliment. ; " f ' - ' ' . h. tast October, btreiness called me . sudden ly to the dty 5f B- where our relatives .resided, and .without having time to write 'aud apprise tiiera of. my comlrisr, 1 was in tending a visit to the lamily of Mr. John mith. ' '.:"v,lrK.;'-:': 1 fi Wfth my accustomed 'carelessness, I had .left his, precise address at home in my note hook; but I thought little of it; I could easily find him, I thought to myself, as the cars set me down amid the smoke and bustle I inquired lor my relative of the first jiackman I came across. , -,- , ' :'' - . .. lie looked at me' with an ill suppressed grin. What was the fellow laughing at? -To be sure my elothes wre not of the very latest cut, and it was not just the thing for any one out or the army to wear blue with bright buttons ; but my coat was whole, and my Aunt' Betsy had scoured the buttons with whitening -and soft soap until. they shone like gold. : I -. repeated my - question with dignity. - tahyou dlrecftoe td "the residence of ' MrSmith ?'-' ' x . . r Mr, ; S-m-I-t-h 'P said he. slowly. ' " ,: uYe8, .sir, JMr. Smith.. He married my i father': great . uncle's eldest daughter, Melinda." ' - . -V ' ' ; think, I ; knoxt' a'J oha Smith with a wife Melinda." . :. John Smith seemed to be a common noun with liin froio. the peculiar jtone b-e used in speakib5,of xhat individual, , . , . 1 .',AhTf remarked J, 4.then there'is'more ' th.an one by that name in the city '.' vl rather think there is.", . I ' ':' - "Very well, then. Direct me to the 'nearest.". ; . . . . " -. -" , , .''Theneaiest is in . West street. ' Second :left hand .corner you'll see the name on the door.".,",; "... r-.-- V ' . - ; .J, passed on congratulating myself on the cordial welcome 1 should receive lrom John and Melinda. ' - ; -: " ' ! ;Is6on. reached the place a handsome v house with the name on a silver door plate rang the bell a servant appeared. ' Mr, Smith in? ; NoV sir ; Mr. Smith is in the army.'r .n'.-Mia. Smith is she?",-. . - .. " In the army ? no," no she's at the beach?" ' V.This is Mr.JohnSmUh'a house, is it?" -.ilt:18.M i..;n ....... .,; .... , ."Was his wife's name Melinna and was Jphe. a Byrne before. Ehe was married, from bquasuvuier' .- . . - if-Tiie--man -reddened, and restonded4 - angrily. ' ' . - ' I'll not stand here to be insulted I Make ofl with jourself or 1'U call the police, I thought you an entry thief, but you don't - play uo garae on mel" and he banged the ; door in uiy face. -.. - ;. . .' . i- '-1 a tntel l li l naa not Deen in- such a hurry to find the Smiths, . ! should have "given that rascally lellow a chastising on t the spot. ; . '.'( ,- Inquiry elicited the fact that John Smith ' jrsided. iu Arch street. ' Thither I bent my steps.' A maid servant answered my .ring. : il:r Smith in?" ; ' ' " Before the girl could reply, a big, Ted ' faced man. jumped out of the shadows ' be- , hind the door, and laid his heavy hand up- i on my shoulders. Yes, sir," he cried in a voice of thunder. "Mr. Smith is in ! Yes, sir; lbronce he's iu. lie stayed at home all day on purpose to catch yit "and "now, by Jupiter I I3i Avermy revenger' - -" - 1 "Sir," said 1, "there must be some mis- taker Allow. me to inquire if. you are Mr. JohnSmith?" -' """"" "I'll inform you about Mr. John Smith tin a wayyou won't reliebyif you don't set- niro uauJUQVO m rv awu ja. a v vaawavoa-ai-a dollars is the very lowest figures and you must leave the country 1" , "Goodness gracious!" I cried, "who do you take hie for ? You'd better be careful, :or you 11 get your neai caved in "I'll rive vour head in lor vou. vountr villain,you!" cried-he, springing at me with his cane... r . ' "Ob. -'-John, dear. John!" exclaimed a shrill female voice, and a tall figure in a sea ol flounces bounced down the stairway, "Don't! Ion t! fur the love of heaven 'don't murder him!"" : .' . " Who. the deuce do you take me for ?" -rifil 1. mv teuioer rismir. ' "It looks well for you to sk that quep- tiou !" sneered the man, "you have won my wife's' heartland are hrj;now to plan to elope with her! ' I've found it all out you needn't blush and " ' . i "1 beg your pardon for interrupting you,9 aid I. "but 1 have . never seen your wire befarei -ol Derceive thathe is not Melinda, the eldest daughter of my father's great nncle ... - "Sif. 'dd vo'u deny ? you are William H Jones ?. vpo you deny that you are in love - with my-wife ?" ' ' . " "i atn lidt Jones, I have not the. honor, sir. Mr name is ParkwelL Henry rark welkolSa uashville-and with a bow I took nayself on. , ., - , . ;After that I had called at the .residency bf three Smiths and nothing occurred worthy of note. 3iy next Mr, Smith resided in Portland street'. Thither I bent my steps,' It was 4 'very small house evidently not the house of wealth aud cleanliness. I made my way np to the front door, through a wilderness of old rags,, broken crockery, old tinware, iCn scattering a flock ol hens, raising a snappish little terrier from his nap on the 81 Ad' faed r woman 'answered my rap, and before1 1 could make lay customary iu-' i quiryv she opened - upon me !like; a edged butcher knife... -" "Well, of all the impudent rascals that i ever I saw, you beat the lot! I want to know if you had the cheek to come, back here again ? You'd like to sell me another German silver teapot, and another brass i bosom pin to my dear Arminty wouldn't 'you?" . I ""By no means," said I. "I. beg, to in: form you " .;. . ',- ." 0:u you needn't beg V V We don't believf in beggars! 1 s'pose you tho't I shouldn't ' know you but I did ! I should know that (black bag of yours in California! Clear i out of my premises or I'll Jay my broom ; handle over yon 1 Jf. there. is 'any thine I ; hate, it is a peddfer especially a rascal like ur r , . . - . ' , ,. ; ""Allows me to inquire," said I, it Mr. : Smith's wife was Melinda Byrne, the cldtst jdaughter of my father's" . ' 1 The broom stick; was lifted ; I heard it cut the air like a minnie bullet, and sprang i down the steps Into the street at my. best jpace..' ''. i An angry man t do 'not fear; but who i can stand before an angry womau I had rather lace a roaring lion. ; ,1 called on two more Mr. Smiths still j unsuccessful in my search..' It was getting near dark, and I was more than anxious to . reach my destination, x : : , I " -My next Mr, Smith was located in Lenox I street. . It was; twilight when I rang the j bell at his door. ! ,T i . . ' i A .smiling fellow admitted' me, lUfrly forcing me into the hall, before I could ut ter a word. Walk-right In, BtrVthey are expecting jyoirj .The lailles will be down in a moment. iMigs'nattieis In the back' parlor. Walk right in, sir." - " ! , rI;waa gently pushed toward the door of j a shadowy apartruenT, and at the entrance j I was annoUnced : - ' s .'i"Mr. Ilenry 1" " '"' : ' The gas was not lighted and the apart i ment was in eemi-darkneas. I heard a sott j quick ' ft otlall- on the carpet, and a a r pair ot ;arma fll round my neck, and - a ol the sweetest lips on tbeloutstool touched mine;, and good gracvous--for a- moment the world swam ; and. 1 felt as if I had been stewed in honey, and distilled into Lupin's best tripple extract of roses! .. V Oh, Henry my dearest and best ! Why don't you kiss tut .:llenry ?' cried . a voice like music, " have.you . ceased t9 care lor me ?" and again the kiss was repeated. ... . , AVho could" resist the temptation ? , X am naturally a diflerent man, but I have some human nature in me and I paid her princi pal and interest. ..... "Oh,, Henry, I feared that being in the anhy.had made you cold hearted good heavens!" She lell back against a chair pale as death." The servant bad lit the gas, and I stood revealed. "1 beg your pardon marm," said I,j"tbere isevideutly some mistake,. May 1 inquire if Mr.' Smith's wile "was Melinda .Byrne, I the eldest daughter Of my lather's" great ' : i . ... . .- w uncie z ... The red flush came to the young ladys j rW.fc wns as handsome as a picture she ? replied with co irtcsy." one was noi. luu will, 1 hope, excuse me. for the-blunder I have committed ? V e are expecting my brothjer Henry, from the army, and your blue clothes deceived me?" ,vFor which I shall always' wear blue,' I replied gallantly. "Allow me to introduce myself I am Henry Parkwell. of Squash viiie!" and in making my, best bow, I stumbled backwards over an ottoman, and fell smash iuto a china closet, demolishing t lpst a dozen plates and as many ghus tumblers.-' - - - ' '- -1 sprang to my feet, seized my bag, and without a word dashed put of the bouse, j I knocked over a man who was passing at the moment, and landed myself on my bead in the gutter.: The man picked him self up, and was about to go iu on his mus cle, wheu the glare ol the street lamp re pealed to me . the well-known face ot my. .John bmith. ,, , ; .-. - . "Eureka !"' cried I, "allow me to inquire if your wife was Melinda Byrne, the eldest daughter of my father's great uncle uyrner "She was," said he, grasping my hand. "and I am delighted to see you. But. con found it, you needn't have come at a fellow H - - -- But T most cut my story short. He took'me home with him, and I had a good visit; I:, saw Melinda to my heart's1 content. Nay, more I met and was prop erly introduced to Hattie Smith, and well I am having a.new.suit of clothes made and in due time they will be married my self in them, and, the young lady. just aiiuaea to. . A QUEER CASE. Hasty Marriage of a Divorced Husband —His Former Wife Acts as Bridesmaid—The Whole Party on a Wedding Tour. [From the New Albany Ledger.] . . We yesterday announced the marriage of one Or. Wight to a Miss Chamberlain. At the last fall term bf the Floyd Circuit Court, this man Wight' made application for -divorce" from bis? wife,' the-principal "witness against the wife being the' woman Chamberlain: . Judge Bicknell heard' the .evidence and refused to grant the divorce, administering to the man Wight a severe and -merited reprimand for his proceedings in the case. ... ., . i Wight, however, determined to marry his swift-witness Chamberlain, again sought a divorce in Huntington county, where he obtained it, -the court hearing but one side of the testimony that given by the woman Chamberlain. Haying, his divorce in his pocket, Wight and 'the Chamberlain were married yesterday. Wight's wife is a hopeless invalid; at least she was so much an invalid astono longer be able to satisfy the desires of hcr husband. The other woman probably fill ed, the biir much better. Wight married bis first wifewhen she was young, beauti ful, and iu good health. She is yet possess ed" of good looks,' notwithstanding . the afflictions which have hovered over her She is a lady of rare accomplishments. She was of good family and , reputed wealthy at the time of her marriage. But after serving Wight for thirteen years she was .put away, by divorce, because she was an invalid. . At the wedding yesterday, this divorced wife stood beside the woman that was to usurp her place stood there like a living corpse like a smitten, withered flower as hridesmaid-ihQ - bridesmaid ot the witne.s against her iu the suit for divorce the only witness. If she stood there voluntarily, we have in her au example of woman's dV votionr such as we never before heard of. If she stood there through compulsion, the (furse and blight of the Almighty will lol low the husband and his new made wife (formerly his divorced wife's nurse), to avenge the wrongs of the wretched woman. "Wight and his wife, and his divorced wife, lelt the city in company together yes terday. If the husband and the wife have any feelings of humanity left, this injured woman's pare iace wui .naunt them like a specter wherever they may travel. SEALED PE0F0SALS T.T7IL.L. RE RECEIVED AT THE OF- ' fife of the City Civil Engineer, in Columbus, Unio, until.. -; - 17Ionclay,tlie !30thlay of April, lfsir, at'Ji o'clock P. 'M., for furnishing materials and do inar the following work, to-wit: . - For grading and puvins the roadway of High ' street from .North Public lane to a point 125 leet eoulii ot Jtnend street wito - Micolson Pavement," a di-tance of about 4,800 feet by 60 feet wide be tween kerbf. The bidders will be required to specify 1st. The price per fquare jard tor pavement. Sd. The price per cubic jard for excarati n. 3d. The pf ice per liueul foot for setting kerb stone. i. ... , i ... ineDiuswiii do openea Dy me committee on Streets and llinhwa.vs and t e committees f the several W ards in which t-'aid improvement!" are lo cated, and the right to reject any or all of the bids wid bo claimed by tbecoiiiuiutee.-t. City !ivil tnginef r'soffice.lioom A'o. 2, up stairs, in no. ivjJUCKeje iioca. .- W. W. POLLARD. apr9-dd - City Civil Engineer. ,: IWestbote copy. SEALED PROP OSALS WILL. BE ItECEIVI2I AT THIS OF fice" until . 'itlondayhc 15ui day of April, at 5 o'clock P. M.. for furnishing materials and doing the following work, to-wit: For matins a 2, j8 nd 21 inch Seer in Payne alley, North Publio ane and locust alley, of bricks or o pe, from John street to Th'rd sireet i For making a 1 5-inch pipe Sewer in Straight al- ty irom a point SO feet south ol Uay street to Broad ' street. . l for grading and paving t'e sidewalks, gutters i and crossings oa Bond street lrom Iligh street to 1 Park street. ' 'r grav.liegthe road war of Fifth street from i Broad street to State street with screened and brok en gravel. i For making a 20 loch pipe Sewer in Young street '' from fcjtate street to Broad street. 1. . W. W.POLLARD. ' Ir .. . . City Civil Lngineer. City Civil EBginpert Office, room No. 2. up stairs, i la No. 18 Buckeye Block. aprlO-dtd U 1 Westboteeopy. JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE As sortment of BRUSSELS and INGRAIN ; CARPfcTS of entirely new patterns. . c Consumers will find it to their advantaee to call at No. 5 UWXNN1S BLOCK, before purchaxing 'elsewhere. ' - 1 JEMj It. NAONU. uichl0-d3Uw2ia if j - ' ' - '-; 1 I 1 11 NEWIGO0DSlT2TNEy EGGDBS 1 ' Received this day at RICHARDS ' & HOLHES; ,:xo 3.....,v:V;' SOUTH SIGH STREET, ,; '"' Consisting of . . . .... . - f DRESS GOODS, ' I'; PLAIN MERINOS, . ' . lL.Ali 1'Ul'L.lNS,. PLAID POPLINS. ; DELAINES, COBURGS, LA OIKS'- !SfTA WLS, ' TABLE LINENS,' j TABLE NAPKINS, '. - TOWEL1NGS, ' ' FLANNELS, OPERA FLANNELS," I, . n CLOTHS and v. ;? CASS I MERES,' MOURNING GOODS, BALMORAL SKIRTS 1 : If' HOOP SKinTS,' Y' - EMBROIDERIES FINE LACES, , LINEN . U AND K7FS, L ADTESr COlvSETS, HOSIERY, " GLOVES, &c, &c- aug24 THE MERCHANTS - EXPRESS COMPANY.- CAPITAL. - - $20,000,000. : ' . Owned and Operated by - . T Our Merchants and Manufacturers, ( ' ' ..Carries by Express, . Money, Valuables, Freight & Parcels, ; ; " ; 'Over niore than 1 ', 1' 4, 13,000 miles of-Express Line, . ,; ' - . And to more than ' ' ' : fourteen Hundred OFFicES, ' And through them to 1 ; : More than 4,000. Cities and Towns,; At Just and Liberal Bates, Based on DISTANCE and COST. Our Lines are constantly Extending. . NB will soon exceed '. those run by both the ,'.J. American and U. 8, Express Co's, $ Over $100,000 per month 1 Are now saved t Express' Shippers by this Coro-' pany, and this 'aavhig can be made permanent by ' continuing the. same liberal patronage hitherto giv en it. . Experience assures our success, and convinces us that we may rely upon the public confidence aa4 support, which we hope to merit always, f J - OFFICE, No. 27 East State Street H. JOHNSON. . - feblS-dSin Agent. TEAS! TEAS! rUTS ATTENTION OF DEALERS Hotel K eeners and Families desirons of obtain ng choice Teas at reasonable rates, is respectfully ireoted to our , . . , V. C0MPLETI ASS0ETMENT OF GREEN,., BLACK AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS. Which we offer in original packages,-'or in quanti ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying that we never tail to meet all .reasonable expecta tions, and while orders are constantly ooming in f "Jo'st bucu .Tea as yon sent ua before," complaints rarely occur. ' Persons' who, as a matt of taste, or from hygienic considerations, use Bla Tea, often find it difficult to get a good article. OIJK CHOICE BLACK TEAS cannot be excelled, and have established a reputa tion for oa wherever we nave sola them. - i ' OUR NATURAL LEAFS '. are of the purest nd sweetest chops, ana being cured in the sun are free from the deleterious ef fects produced by contact with copoer. ' A full line of staple and fancy Groceries always on hand at lowest market prices. BROOKS, MERIOfi & CO. , 3 OX3 3rt 3, No. ST'S South IlifiTla Ht. ang3 (Corner Friend.' COLUMBUS IPT IO, NO. 4U OPLRA -HOUSE. WILCOX & GIBBS, NO. i, OILK UOUSJB. WEED, NO. lO EAST BROAD STREET. -S3 T3XT RO. 41, Ol'LRA HOUSE. W. PIMMEL, GEN Ell Ad AGENT FOU OHIO. dec!9 LAND FOR SALE. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOHTY eight acres ol' la d for sale, situate on the Na tional road and the Livingston road. 1 he land is adapted for tardeqing purposes, and will be sold enure aa a wauie, or in suiauer ois. Also, 102 acres of land on the National road, three roiieseast ot (Jolumbus, with good buildings, or chard, and is in good order. Also, 92 acres on tbo National road, five miles east of tJolumbus.withagood bouse, orchard, Ac. Also, 52 acres adjoining the above, with a-good hou.-e. barn. Ac, or 144 acres on the same road. The land is in the best condition, and will be sold at a bargain and on easy terms. For particulars, inquire of ' " THOMAS MILLER. ' Two miles east of Columbus on the National road; or of CKO. EARiiART, novl5-dtf- ' Columbus. Ohio. LIVE STOCK , AND Petroleum Exchange. ON THE 15th INST. I WILL OPEN A L I V E STOCK STAND PETROLEIJM EXCHANGE TN THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OP 'X tire Postoffice iJuilding, where I shall be pleased to negotiate, upon reasonable terms, witn an person' who desire to sell or purchase Live fctock. Real iSs 4te. Petroleum Lands, or Oi ) Stocks. ANi)KV AVIJLSON , Jr. . mayl3-dtf- i FOR SALE PRINTING OFFICE, A' TWO-THIRDS INTEREST IN A Deuiocratio Printing office will be sold cheaD. Only paper in a strODg Democratic coun. Office income, tl.woO yearly'. Addresa, ' , " .. . " P.C. 8., Pr5. . . , ptatosmaji Office. WIIMACIIIIROOMS i NEW; GOODS ! V NEW GOODS I JUST RECEIVED ATj 164 SOUTH . HIGH STREET ;net retail clothing house opened BY t. .1 ISTEBBlNSjTOWl&CO,, j - ' . ,- ; - . .." ': - :' ' SPLENDID GO0LS1 ELEGANT STYLES : t . -'... t ; . . j . . Matched Beaver Suits. ; Matched l!ssimere Suits. . :. . Matched Pants and Vests. - ., . , A variety of Beaver and Cassimere O V E E, COAT S , . EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF . GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. '" ' - ASSORTMENT ' SOMETHING NEW AND NOVEL. Commencing Monday, October 15. ;.. All Goods sold at prices that defy -competition. Perfect satisfaction maranteed. ; Now is the time to buy your Clothing and Furnish- ; , ing uooas, ana ue piaco . - ' 164 . SOUTH HIGH STREET. " - ' ' . : KW Call and examine our Good: and receive ex planation in full, All are invited. 8TEBBIN3, TOWNE & CO. Retail Store. 164 South High street; Wholesale Store, No.l Gwynne block, octl3 . '. COLVUBVS. QEIO. ASTROJLOCY. TIE WflEl ASTOISll AT THE W ONDEKF u L RETKL ATION3 ' MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROL0 G 1ST, 3Xfidiiiiio II. PERRIGO. She reveals secrets no mortal ever knew. She restores to hanniness these who. lrom doleful events flataatronhes. crosses in love, loss of relations and ; friends, loss of money, &c, have become despondent. J-ibe brings together those long separatea. gives in formation conaernins absent friends or lovers, re stores loft or st len property, tells you the business too, are bestqul fiod to pursue and in what you will be most successful, causes speed v marriases and tells you the very day you will marry, gives you the name, Ti i ..i . . t. rciula vonr veri thoughts, and bv her almost suner natmal powors unveils the dark and hidden myste ries of the future.-From the stars we see in the firmament the malefic stars thai overcome or pre ' dominate in the configuration from the aspects and positions of the p'anets and the fixed s ars in the t . . i . i . t. 1 jj .1 r neavens at ine 11 me 01 nirin. sue ueuuues tue m tnr dstinv of man. Fail not to con.u t the creat es t Astrologist on eartv. It costs you but a trifle, and you may nevrr agaiu have so favorable an opportu nity. Consultation fee. with likeness and all de sired information, fl.-. Part es living at a distance can consult the Madame by mil with equal safety and satisfaction to themselves, as if in person. A full and explicit chart, written out, with all inauries answered and likeness inclosed, sent by mail on ' receipt of price above mentioned. The strictest secresv will be maintained, and all corres- Eondence returned or destroyed. References of the ighest order furnished those desiring them. Write plainly the day of the month and year in which you were born, inclosing a (man iocs ot nair. Address. Madame II. A. PERRIGO. P.. 0. Drawer 293.' Buffalo, N . Y. mar25-dawly K AFFLICTED I SUFFER NO MORE ! When by the use of DR. JOINVILLE'S ELIX ER you. can be cured permanently, and at a trifling cost. ' The atonishinz success which has attended this invaluable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness, General Debility and Prostration, Loss 'of Mnscular Energy, Impotency, or any of the corn sequences of youthful indiscretion, Tenders it tie mo8t valuable preparation ever aiscoverea. Te- WATnsA nil miioirAna afTaAfinne dsnMoeiAn A W Will CU1V W v. il a V J wm-vviwu' , uwaa iaieiuu excitement, incapacity to study or business, loss of memory, contusion, inouxuu 01 eon ucsiruciion, - fears of insanitv. Ao. It will restore the appetite renew the health of those who have destroyed it by sensual excels or evil practices. Youns Men. be humbuceed no more by "Quack Doctors" and igrorant practitioners, but send without delay for the Elixir, and be at once restored te health and happiness. A Perfect . cure is Guar anteed in every instance. Price, 91, or four bottles to one address. One bottle is sufficient to effect acure inallordin ' ALSO. DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS for the roeed v and permanent cure of Gonorrhea, Gleet, Urethral Discharaes, Gravel. Stricture, and all affections of the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from one to five days. They are prepared lrom vegetable extracts tiat are harmless n the system, and never nanseate the stomach or impreg Date tue breath, li o change ot diet is necessary while nsins them, nor does their action in any roan her interfere with business pursuits. Price, $ 1 per box. Either of the above-mentioned articles will be sent to ajiy address, closely sealed, and post-paid by mail or express, oh receipt of price. Address al orders to ' BERGER, SHDTTS & Co., Chemists. No. 3fao River street, Troy, N.'Y. mar25-dawly WHISKERS AND MUSTACHES forced to grow upon the -smoothest face in from three to five weeks bv using Dr. SKVIGNE'S . KEMTAll KA i fcUKUA- PILLA1RE. the most wonderful discovery in modern science, acting upon the Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. It has been used by the elite of Paris and London with the most flatter ing sueress. ' Names of all pui chasers will be regis tered, and if entire satisfaction is not given in every instance, the money will be cbeerlul v relunded. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid. 1. Descriptive circulars and testiTonials mailed free. Address BERUKR. SHUTTS & CO.: Chemists. No. 285 Riv er street, Troy. N. Y., Sole agents for the United States. BEAUTY Auburn Golden. Flaxen, and Silken CURLS produc ed bv the use of Prof. DEliRErx's FRISER LK CHEVEUX. Oue . application warranted to. curl the most straisht and stubborn hair of either sex into wavy ringlets or heavy massive curls Has been used by the fash ionables of Paris and London with the most erati fying results. Does no if.jury to the hair. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, $1. Descriptive Circu lars mailed free. Address BERGliR, SHUTTS & UU., t;hemists..INo. 2H5 Kiver street, iroy, H. 1 Sole A cents for the United States. mar25-dawly - CRISPER COIV3A. Oh ! she was beautiful and fair. With starry eyes, and radiant hair. Wh se curling tendrils soft, entwined. Enchained the veiy heart and mind. CRISPfcll COMA, For Curlirg the Hair of Fithcr Sex into Wavy and Glossy ' Kinglets or Heavy Masuve Curls. By nfing this article Ladies and Gpntlemen can beautify thetnie'ves a thousand fold. It is the only article in tbo world that will curl straight h ir. and at the same time give it a beautiful, gloFgy appear ance. The Crisper Coma nor only curls the bair, but invigorates, beautifies and ' cleanses it; is highly and delightiully perfumed, and is the most Complete article of the kind ever ofiered to the American public. The Crisper t'oina will be sent to an address, sealed and postpaid, tor 91. Address all order; to W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists. ' No. 3 West Fayette street, Syracuse, N. Y. mr25-riawly EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR ! ! CHASTELLAH'S Hair Exterminator ! ! For Removing Superfluous Hair. .To the ladies especially, this invaluable depilatory recommends itselt as being an almost indispensable article to feina'e beauty, is easily applied, does not burn or injuretbeskio, butactsdirectlyon the roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from low foteheads, or from any part of the body, completely, totally and radically extirpating the sume, leaving the skin soft, smooth and natural. This is the only article used by the French, and is the only real effect ual depilatory in existence. Price 75 cents per pack age, sent post-paid, to any address, on receipt of an order, by --.-. BERGER, SHUTTS & Co., Chemists. '.-. 1. 285 River St., Troy, N. Y. mar25-dawy , . . EVERY MAN HIS OWN WUh the COTTAGE PRESS and the printing material accompany ing it, every man can do hi9 own " printing neatly, quickly and cheap ly. Tbey are so simple in construc tion, that a-, boy ten years old can easily manage the largest size. Printed instructions are sent with each office, enabling the purchaser to go at work without a previous knowledge of printing. A circular, containing fu'l description, prices, testimonials," Ac, sent free to all. , Our. Specimen Sheets -of Type, Cuts, Ao.; ten cents. AHA9IS 1BESS CO., SG Auu Street, j. . . NEW YORK. 1 nichl-JIw PRINTER, R0BArCi8! BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD ' BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD 'BLOOD PILLS. . PILLS. pills: PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. : PILLS.; PILLS. ! PILLS. V PILLS.' BLOOD BOQD. HLIiS BLOOD. AND . ' . i! ! . . ..' Blood Purifier! Axas TTNEQXJAirliEriii' 1 roa cubino : i :;;'- Scrofula Syphilis,' Skin Z&- ease,uia sores, siit liheum, -?T 'JDlS2epslaor Indigestion, i - 7 SICK HEADACHE Itiver Complai7its,It7ieiynatism$ ; JFeverandAgue.SUAn- thony's l?lre ' FEMALE C0HPI Erysipelas, Tumors, JEniptlons9 ' JPits," Scrofulous Con v.i, ... i siijiiption, etc ii' ' ' '" ONE person writes, her daughter was cured i -L of Fits of nine years' standing, and Bt. Vitus , dance of two years.,'-: :i -. '-:." ANOTHER writes, his son. was cured after , : bis flesh had almost wasted away. ... -. The doctors pronounced the case Incurable, f ANOTHKR was cured or Fever and Ague af- , 1 ter trying every medicine in his reach. ' -..f ANOTHKR was curedof Fever Sore which bad existed fourteen years. . . ANOTHER of Rheumatism of eight years. ' - Cases - innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liver 1 Complaint conld,be mentioned, in which the Purifier and Pills work like a charm. THE BLOOD; PILLS . Are- the most - active and thorough pills that . have ever been introduced. Tbey act eo d, , rectlyupon the Liver, exciting, that organ to audi an extent as that the system does not re lapse into its former condition, which is too apt to be the case with simply a purgative pill. , They are really a . .4 .'I BLOOD AND LIVER PILL, and in conjunction with the i BLOOD PURIFIER! ! Will oure all the aforementioned diseases, and, of themselyes. will relieve and euro .. :Headache, . Costiveness, Colio ; : Pains, Cholera Morbus, ' ' Indigestion, Pain in the Bowels, O Dizziness, &o,j &o, .', V : j VB. ROBACK'S Bitters I Should be nsed by convalescents to strengthen the prostration which always follows acute ' disease. - .- Try these medicines, and you will never re gret it. Ask your neighbors who have nsed them, and they will say they are GOOD MEDICINES, and you should try them be - ore going for a physician. U. S. PROPRIETARY MEDICINE COMPANY, (Successors to Dr. C. W. Robaclt,) . , " ' BOLE PROPRIETORS, Uoa. 56, 58, 60 & 62 E. Third BU. CINCINNATI, O. Y- Are Sold by all Druggists ao4 ' Dealers in Patent Medicinep EVERYWHERE; imre'.l-d.iwi Ijelthw BAUCHtOil';S UNAUeHTONyMyBUILDING'.y 1 m n. Mm 5V X I li I wVsi -N hi "' hi m JAMES NATJGHTOUT WISHES TO RE turn thanks to the natrons of the above well known store, and to solicit a continuance of their favors. Being sole proprietor of the building as well as business, he can afford to sell for a much low er profit than an v house in town, and customers can depend upon finding at all times a good stock of sea sonable goods, and will receive such prompt atten tion at the hands of his clerks and assistants as wUl assure visitors to his establishment that they are in deed dealing in a First Claas E! t or o , Where can alwavs be found, . DEES GOODS,' SHAWLS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, LADLES' CLOAKS OF OUR OWN MAKE. Also, Hosiery and Fancy GooJs of every description JAIVIE NAVG HTON , 118 and. 122 South High Street, febSO COLUMBUS. OHIO. AMERICAN IBM FSB CflFM, NEW YORK. FACTORY, HUDSON CITY, N. J. WHOLESALE SALEShTOM, NO. 34 JOHN ST, N. Y. "All styles and grades of lead pencils of superior quality are manufactured and offered at fair terms to the Trade. The Public are invited to give the AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the preference. The pencils are to be had at all tho principal Sta tioners and isntion ueaiers. Ask for the "American Lead I'encil TESTIMONIAL. SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL. Engineering Department. Yale College. November 16, 1866. J I have always recommended the Pabek polygrade lead pencils as t ie only pencils fitted tor both orna mental and mathematical drawing; but after a thorough trial of the American Polygk.pe Lead Pencils. Manufactured by the AME1 1;AN LEAD PENCIL CO., M. V. - 1 find them superior to any pencil in use, even to the Faber or the old English Cumberland lead pencil, beir.e a superior "pencil for sketching, ornamental and mechanical drawing. ani all tbeordina-y uses ot a lead pencil. These pencils are very finely graded and have a very smooth lead: even the softest pencils bold the point well; they are all that can be desired in a pencil. It gives me great pleasure to bo able to as sure Americans tbat they will no longer be com pelled to depend upon Germany or an v other foreign market lor penoi's. LOUIS BAIL, . Profes:or of l rawing, Ac. All Pencils are tamped : AMERICAN Ln PENCIL CO., N. T." None genuine without the exact name of the firm : look to it. jani.'9-dAw tapr23 MAISIETYA, OHIO, ' THIRD STORY FRANKS' FOUNDRY, Is prepared to manufacture ' NOTIONS, LIGHT WARES, &C, On contracts, as low as any establishment East or West. STlCrVCIIL,, ' Seven cents per letter and cost of material; NAME PLATES, Twenty-five cents per piece, ' ' " To Clubs of five or more, Twenty cents per piece. PATENT OFFICE DRAWINGS. PAPERS. ;' ; AND MODELS. Applications for Patents filed. All strictly confi- , ueuuai. 11VE.ATY ITAKS EXPEKIOCE . - Enables rue to guarantee satisfaction. . Call on or addiess, ; . :.-. ;: . . A. F. WARD, . - ' ' Mechanician, Marietta, Ohio. 1 junelO dly-feb8 DR. PIIsIiS Stomach faa f?i ri. r"! j5n JISij jSmjj, ; hsy... v.nf my fr-.a pH l IRfHTMJG H TONTuarrH A L Iffu AU G HTON.1 22 tj T ;i 1 "v" - BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL BALTIMORE. MARYLAND. ESTABLISH.! AS AIIEFI7GE FROITI jUAChJiRY. THE ONLY PLACE WHERE A HiRI0 (VAN I4K nUTAINKl). Dr. JO UN'S fO.N has discovered the most CertainJ rpeely and only Lfleetual Remedy in the World n-r Weaknessjuf the Back or Limbs. Strictures, Affec tion of the Kid ncyi and Bladder. Involuntary Dis charges, Lrportency, General Debility.'Nervousness Uyspep-'ia, Languor. Low tpint3, l.oalusion . ot Ideas. Pa pitation of the Heart. Timidity. Tremb ling, Dimness of JSight or Giddiness, Disease of the" Head, Throat, .No.se. or fkin, Affnetious of the Liv er. Lunz?, JStoiaa.h or Bywels those terrible,. Dis orders arising from Solitary Habits of Youth SE CRET and solitary practices more fatal to their vic tims than the sons of Svrens to thj Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or and ticipations, rendering marriage. Ac.; impossible.' ' ;-,.. o.i ;'rVOUai&MO - K Especially, who have become the victims of Soli ta ry Vice that dreadful aod destructive habit which annually sweeps to an untin ely grave thousands of young men o : the most exalted talents and brilliant intellec t, who u'ight otherwise have entranced list ening Senates with the thunders of eloquence, waked t9 ecst&cj the liying lyre, may call with , .. confidence.' '"''' IU AliltlACSE. "' " -'''' I' k Married Persons i or Young Men contempl marriage, boina aware of Physical Weakness ganic Debility, Deformities, speedily Cured. : '" ' 1 ,. He. who places, himself under the care of Dr. , inay reHgiously confide in his honor as a gentleman and eonndentl vrely upon his skill as a physician. -" .t . F ORG AK1C VEAKHIS r:f.i.i Immediately Cured and full Vigor, Restored. v , , This distressing. Affection which renders life mi erablnand marriage inipossibleis the penalty paid by the victiais ot improper indulgences, Ypung persons are t"0 apt to commit excesses from not be ing aware of the dreadful oonsequenees that may ensue. Now, who tbat understands the subject, will pretend to denr that the power of procreation is lost sooner by those falling into improper habits than by the Dru.ient? -Besides being deprived of the pleas' ure of healthy offspring, the most serious and de structive symptoms bf both body and mindarse Th S,,fj.m Iiam.m') .Huraneed. the Phvsicaljmd Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Procreative Power, Nervous Irritability; HyspepSia, Pal pi tat io a of the Heart.. Indigestion. Constitutional. Debility and Waning of the Frame,- Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death.; .v !... Decay and Death.; .v !... ..; r.r 2 nil. joiiwsxor. Member of the koval Colleee of Sureeohs. London. Graduate of one ot- the most eminent Colleges in the United States, and the greater part of whose lite has been spent iu the hospitals of London; Paris. Phila delphia arid elsewhere, has effected some of the most astonishing cures that were ever known ; many troubled with ringing in the bead and ears Then &jlnr. rret. nervousness, beins alarmed-at sudden sounds, ashfulnes?, with frequent blushing, attend ed sometimes tith derangement of mindwere cure 1 mmediately. . - TAKE PARTICCLR NOTICE. ' DrJ J. addresses all those who have injured them' selves by improper indulgence and solitary habits; which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for either business, study, society, or marriage. These are some of t'ie sad and melancholy effects produced by early habits of youth.' Tij Weakness of the Back and Limbs. Pains in the Head, Dimness of Siaht, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, fiervous Irritability, Derange ment of the Digestive Functions, General Debility Symptoms bf Consumption, Ae. i. . .' Mentally. The fearful effects on the mind ar, much to be dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion p Ideas, Depression of Spirits, Evil Foreboding Aversion to Society, Self-Distrust Love, of Soli tude. Timidity, Ac., are some of the evils produced Thousands of persons of all aaes can now iudge what is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor, becoming weak; pale, nervous and ema ciated, having a singular appearance about the eyes Cough and symptoms ot Consumption. '- ' ' 1 'YOUNG-III EUT Whfthave injured themselves by a certain practice. indulged in when alone, a habit frequently learned from evil companions, or at school, the effects of which, are nightly felt, even when asleep, and. if not cured, renders n arriage impossible, end destroys both mind and body, should apply immediaely. . What a pity that a joung man, the hope of his countrv, the pride of hisqarents, should be snatched fmm .11 nrosneots and eniovments of life by the con sequence of deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in a certain secret habit.. Such persons must, before contemplating M4RRIAGE, Reflect that a sound mind , and bodyare the most nHr, rnmii.oit.p9 to rtromote connubial happi- ti.sa Indeed -without these the iournev through life becomes a eary pilgrimage : the prospect liour It darkens to the view, the mind becomes shadowed with despair, and filled witb the melancholy refleo- . tion that the happiness of another becomes blighted with our own. OFFICE, 7 South Frederick wtreet, : Left-hand: aide a-oins from' Baltimore street, a few doors from the corner. Fail not to observe name and number. - ;' ' '";,'-, - aa- tin Inttrra received unless postpaid and oon taining a stamo to boused on the reply. Persons writing should state age, and send portion of ad vertisement describing symptoms. . " The Doctor's DIPLOMA hangs in his office. INDORSEMENT of the PRESS. The manv thousands cured at this establishmea within the last twenty years, andAhe numerous im portant Surgical Operations pertormea nyLr.jonn atrn witnessed bv.the reoortera of Ths Sun an many other papers, notices of which have appeared avain and a?ain before the public. besides hisstand- ng as a gentleman of character and responsibility. ' a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted.. k .-SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. junel9-dly. YOUNG , MEN Thn Tnpri.nf of the D&st ten vears has .demon' s t rated the fact that' the utm6st reliance may be placed in the efficacy of . . . .BELL'S SPECIFIC F 1 1,1,8, . , for the speedv and permanent cure of Seminal Weakness. Emissions, Physical and Nervous De ; bility. Impotence, or want of power, the result of sexual exce 8, or "-' '' HODTHFUL ISfDISCRETlOW, -which, neglected, ruins the happiness and unfits the sufferer for : Business, Social Society or Marriage, and often termi ates in an untimely grave. Make no delay in seeking the remedy. Bell 8 Specific Pills can bo nsed without detection or interference with business pursuits. - ; .- NO CHAINUE OF DIET IS NECERSAKY. They are entirely vegetable, and perfectly harm less on the system. Ea. h box contains 60 pills, with full directions and a treatise on t rie consequences and cure Price One Dollar. Beware of counter feits 1 If you cannot procure them of your Drug- fist, send the money to Dr. James But AN. Consult ns Pbjsician,819 Broad av, iew York, and they will be sent by return or mail, free-from observa tion. For sale by. Druggists generall-. , - '' TO LADrES. - If you.require a reliable remedy to restore you, and remove Irregularities or Obstructions, why not use the best? , ' i ' . . Every lad v knows the slishtest irregularity of na ture is liable to bring on ILadache, Giddiness Low Spirits, Fainting, Hysterics. Ac; then the bloom of health fades, the appetite fails, and other symptoms more distressing commence, as Weakness, Spinal I'.mni.u.i th. Whit,, l'mlansus. Ac. Ac. A p5iever failing remedy will be found in ' !. HAK VEY'S FEMAUK A'il.iS. . The experience of tbir y years has proved they have no equal for Removing Obstructions and Ir regularities, no matter from what cause tbet akisb. The are safe and sure in every case. Up wards of 50,000 boxes aro scld annually, and no com plaint of their efficacy is ever heard, for they ac complish what they re represented to do. Sold in boxes Containing Sixty fills. Price One Dollar. ' , : DR. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PILLS is a remedy tour degrees stronger t an the above, and intended for special eases of long standing. ' Price Five Dollars per Box. .- . If you cannot purchase the Pills of your Drug gist, they will be sent by mail, pout paid, secure from observation, on receipt of the money, by Dr. JAMES BRY AN, Consulting Physician. 819 Broad way. New York. For sale b, Druggists generally. MOKE VALUABLE THAN GOLD I BRYAN'S LIFE PILLS PURIFY THE BLOOD, Remove Headache, ' Dizziness, Giddiness, Drowsiness, Unpleasant Dreams. Dim ness ok SieiiT, Indigestion, Cleanse tub Stomach and Bowels, Insure NEW LIFE in the debilitated, and Rcktore the Sicu to Perfect Health. PURELY VEGETABLE. Try them ! They only cost 25 cents, and if you cannot get them of your Druggist, send the money to - Dr. JAMES BRYAN. Consulting Physician. 81 9 Bi oad w ay N ew Y ork. And they will be sent by return o. maiL postpaid. Foe sale by.Druggists generally. . dec20-dfcwly THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS. Rev. J. F. GIVEN, Editor and Proprietor. Published weekly on Friday, at ' coltj buss, pino;. Office No. 26 North High Street. ALSO . ' BOOR AND JOB PRINTING. THE WITNESS A1ITIS TO BE A GOOD religious journal, free from the political rancor of the times and opposed to the mingling of politics and religion. It is an independent enterprise, but is conduct ed in the interest of tho movement which looks to the establishment of Churches on a basis of free and simplechristianity, discardingall creeds butthe Bible, and all tests of Christian fellowship but that of a Christian life. It seeks to be entertaining and instructive to old and young, having a page devoted exclusively to the family giving current intelli- fence, religious and seoular, and reporting the mar ets. East and West. . .We hope all who are in favor of a Christianity free from politics, sectarianism and fanaticism will extend t on s tbeir patronage. jul-v.i .i . .. ....... . . . GIVEN , . . . . . : ; - v : : There cometh glad tidings of joy to all. To young and to old, to great and to small : The beauty which once was so precious and rare, Is tree for all. and all may be fair. By the use of CHASTELLAH'S WHITE LIQUID E NAM E L, : For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion. The most valuaulo and perfect preparation in use, for giving the skin a beautiful pearl-like tint, that is only found iu- youths f It quickly re moves Tan. Freckles. Pimples, Blotches, Moth Patehes. Sallowness. Eruptions, and all impurities Of the skin, kindly healing the-same,, leaving the skin white and clean as alabaster. : Its use cannot be detected by the closest soratiny, and being a vegeta. ble preparation is perfectly harmless. It is the only article of the kind used by the French, and is con sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect toilet. Upwards of 30.000 bottles were sold during the past year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy,. Price only 13 cents. Sent by mail, post-paid, on re- .. , 4., u-wc-iH 2S5liiverSt.T,roy.N.Y. 1 mar25-dawly : -i x.'-" BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL Little Miami, Columbus & Xeni —AND— DAYTON & WESTERN 1 RAILROADS. ON ANI APITR APRIM. i.y.' FIVE TRAINS DAILY will eave Colninhn FOR CINCINNATI, "LOUISVILLE, CAIfiO 'i .. ,L0TJI$, DAYX0N, ECHMONIJ.. IS -.-..i ; DIANAPOLIS & CHICAGO' ' . ' Mfi"5n . 71 para XIA ON and RIG. DlANAfOtdS-and CHICAGO. to LN 1 .!;! Connection s, are reliable as follows: T7T r Tl mT A w at Leaves al Ssdsf A' M. for' Cincinnati, "bavton Kichinond, ChicAgo.nrelenlle' anl.' lncateir Chilliixithuand Mariettaj stops at London, South IJharleston, Xenia; torwrn,-Morrow, LovelanJ a PlaiavLle, arriving aT"CTbciruiati ai Jtoq a At. V ,"'.''' second' train :. ! ;Wly except Su,naay3j,: ; :'"r ' 'A.: M 'for C.ne'innatl. bayton ; Kicbmond, Indianapolis Hillsbore.CbilljootbeanJ Marietta. ad stops at. West Jeff, rson, London South C.arleston, Xenia. Sprtbg Valley .' Corwia1 Morrow, South LebauoaFostpr7. Loveland, Mil' ford, arriving it Cmcmnauat 4 JO P. M.,onwst 1 ,r,s, Vhe-.k.,'.! Line steamers for 'Louisvilla 1 and Ohio 4 Mississippi Railroad ; " :-TM.wf."r1. -vTHIRD' TRAIN; ti sn"- (Daily except Sundays.) Leavesjat. SUO P.'.Mrfc Cincinnati end Dayon and bprincheld via London, arriving at Cinoinn natiai7-5P. M. - 'v. -- " ffy . F0TJRTHTRAIN7 " ... '';. ', "' " (Daily excep't SunHayg.) ":'d Leaves at 1 1 tap P l?Mi fot Cincinnati; Dayton? ; Kichm nd and Lnlianapolis, roaligg close eonnee tion at Richmond with Cbicazo & Great Eastern' . Railroad. topmng . at Alteni-? West. Jefferson Londop. South Charleston, . Selma. .Cedarviller Xenia, Spring Valley, Corw'n. Morrow. Loveland' , and arnvvng, t Cincinnati jaf6:36 Ai ?M.. ooau necting with Ohio & Mississippi iQt. -Ji. "V.ij fl --ft , ; ; l,i"j!f -(7VV3 "?0 Sleeping Car are on all Nigh tTraina The Chica?o Great Ea-tere. and Little Miami omu irm, a, western nail- roads baveso arranged their Time I ableae to nuke -direct collections with Freigl t "trains at Richmond in both direction., making the time from L'nlumk to Chicago 33 hours. . . -W. L O UHlKN, Gerl Ticket At,!;-," . :. ' WOODWARD,' - fCinoinnaU. E.-W . Superintendent,) Columbus. April BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. CENTRAL OHIO DIVISION BETWEEN COLUMBUS & WHEELING. Connecting ; at Bellaire- for Wash :ag ten : City: " ' u L Baltimore, Philadelphia, New. York, Boston, f , . . AND ALL, EASTERN CITIES, f 1 - I . - - ; I , .,; ,!,.;!, THIS ROUTE OFFEUS THE ADVAN tageof a through ticket and baggage'eheck t Washington City, and also gives the passe gr the privileee' of visiting Baltimore, Philadelphia and N'ew York, at the con of a New York ticket alone; or the privilege of visitine all of the' principal sea board cities at the oost of a Boston ticket alone, via other routes. - Through tickets to New York can be procured v4 Washington City, at an additional expense of f? 0 - Two Trains daily,1 Sunuajs exceited, leave Co' lumbus as follows: ... ?. .s:, -., , :I5 A. M. MORNING EXPRESS from Union Depot Arrives at Zanesville at,9K)5 A. M.; Bellaire at 10 P. M ; Cum. rUd a.t l-i-MS A. M.; Halt ; more at io A. M.: V aehington City at 8:1 A M 12IOO Ml EXPRESS from Union Depot J -rives at Zanesville at i:Q P. M. Bellaire at 0: 'iP M.: Cumberland t 6KM) A. M.: Baltimore at 4:. P.M ; Washington at 5.-00 P. M. -J 6:30 P. M. ACCOMMODATION to 1 Zanesville 0nly- - r .... . -i, " Five trains daily .Sundays' excepted) from Washington .or, Baltimore, for Philadelphia -n4 New York. - ' w- Slecping can on all night trains., . , , Bff"., AkIc ror Tickets Via Rellalr or Wbeellisgr. (. JNO L. WILSON, Master of Transportalionl f - L: M. OOLE. General 4 icket Agents . JNO. W. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger A gt. . - jan " "- ' " 4 Great Northern and Eastern Route. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— r crsrvt-w Try rvrvr -- Cincinnati Railroad. ...... . .- EXCEPT. SUNPAY4. -. From Columbus in connection with Trains on the Little Miami Jk. ColunibiiN & Xeni ' ' Ka.llroad.' ' ; ' ' 'J 1 ''" --'i ' f - 1 m : NIGHT EXPRESS Leave? Colnmhua-at 13.-4 A. M. Will stop t Delaware, Ashley, Cardington. Gilead, Galion, Crestline, Sbelbv. ew London; Wellington, Graftwi and Berea. arriving t Clevo land at 6:15 A. M.. New York 7:00 A.' M. This train leaves Sunda night.butnot Saturday.' - . Jl . NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus at 5 .-00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations.' This train starts from tte Freight Yard, ft ' j ii-i. st NEV7 YOBK EXPP.KSS-I,eave8 -CoTnmbue afr 11:10 A.M. Will stop at Delaware.Cardington.Gal, ion, Crestline. Shelby, New London. Wellington, Grafton and Be rea. Arrives at Cleveland at 39 P. M., New York next day ot 3:45 P. M. MAIL AN 1) EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at 3:00 P. M. Willstopat Lewis Center, Delaware,, and all Stations to Shelbv and Shil -h, New Lmdon, Wellinstop, lira f ton and Berea. Arrive at Cleve land at 9:10 P. M., Now-York 10 30P, M. SPRINGFIELD ACCOM MODATION VIA DEL AWAKE Leaves Columbus at 3:45 P. M. , WilJ stop stall station, between Colnmbns and Spring field, arriving at Delaware at 4:50 P.. M., Spriacfield 7:35 P. M. Ihis train leUves prinefield at 7:15 A. M., arrives at Delaware at 9:55 A. M.: Coluoibus, 11.-0QA.M. . . .. - ., ; tj. , . t Patent Sleeping: Oars are run on all ' Iisht Trains 10 Chicago. - r ; Kew Vorl and ..n... , --, 1 Iloston. . BatBuee check d through tn New Y rkan4 Boston, via Cleveland ; 1b, to PhiladelpLia mai New York, via Crestline. ' RETURNING: '' . :" : i Nitht Express artives at Columbns atS;O0AM." Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 20 P. M. ' : Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 930 P. M. Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbus at 10:55 a. M. .. " ' Fare as Low as by any Other' Route Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. ' t E. S. FLINT. ' Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio. , ' JAMES PATTERSON.' ' ' : - Agent, Coldmb s, Ohio. Columbus, March 4, 1867. - . . iui.M-Mni.iiin riOLO HUM & IN Dl A N A PU. J LIS CENTRAL RAILWAY, for Belief ontaine, Sandusky, Lima, Toledo. Detroit, Richmond, Indianapolis, Lafayette. Sprii'glield, III.. Terre Haute, Evansville. Louisville Cairo, St. Louis, Chicago, and all points West and South.. No change of cars between Columbus and Indi anapolis. i . 1 . .. Four trains leave Union Depot, Columbus, daily as follows (Sundays excepted): 5:00 A. M, MAIL Arrives at Urbana 7:12 A.M.; Bellefontaine 100 A. M.: Sandusky 8:00 P. M.: Piqu:45 A. M.; Lima 23tl P. M : Toledo 6:55 P. M.; Detroit 10:40 P. M.: Richmond 10:60 A. M-: Chi c go 10:55 P. M.; Indiacspolia 2:15 P. M.: Terre Haute 6S5 P. M.; Louisville 11 10 P. M : La fay r tte 110 P. M.; Springfield, Ll..7:15 A.M.; Quincy 10 P.M. The on'y route by which passengers leaving Columbus in the morning-can reach Chicago tha same eveniig. t - - , U-30 A. M. DAY EXPRESS Arrives at Piqua &:12 P. M.; Lima 9:15 P. M.; Richmond 5:05 P. M Chicago 8:50 A. M.: Indianapolis 9.-00 P. M.; Lu ay- tte3:10A. M-: Louisville 4:00 A. M.; Terre Haute 12:oO A. M.r M .ttoon 2.-40 A. M.; Cairo" :0tt P M.; Pa i-a 4:40 A M : St. .Louis 9:20 A. M. This train arrives in St. Louis 3 hours in a.vanceof the route via Cincinnati.- . i 5.-00 P. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS Arrives at Ur bana 7 37 P. M.I Bellefontnine 9:00 P. M ; tandusky 6:20 A. M.; Piqua 8:43 P. M.: Lima 3:00 A M4 Chi cago (via Lima) 12:30 P. M; Toledo 6:55 A. M.; De troit 10:)0 A. M. Passengers taking tnis route ar rive at Chicago at noon the following day, 8, hours in advanceof any other route. ' 115 P. M. N 'GUT EX r-RESS Arrives at Rich mond 5:05 A.M.; Chicago 10:55 P. M.; Indianapo lis 9:00 A. M ; Lafayette 12:lP.' M."; Springfield; 8u5 P, M.; Quincy 3KH) A. M.iliouisville 430 P ,M.; Terre Haute 12:10 P. M.: Evansville 9:00 P.'M.-: Mattoon3:15 P. M.; tlairv 5:00 M.; Pana 5:10 P. M.; St. Louis 1010 P. M. This train arrives at St. Louis 3 hours in advance of the route via Cincin-, nati. . . . . 1.. ... . r. New" State Room Sleeping Cars with accommo- dations surpassing in emcance and comfortthose of any other line, are now run in the night trains of this road. . . .-...! All changes made in Union Depots... Baggage Checked throueh to all principal points. aSr Ask for Tickets viaRichmoud andlndianap olis. For through Tickets or any informatfon, ap ply at the Tieket Offices in the Union and Piqua De pots, Colnmbus. . -HENRY" B. BROOKS.) TlVlt,i. ' J. H. D0TEN, I Ticket Agents. F. Chandler, Gen. Ticket Agt.,) Tn.-.n.i;-J. M.Ltjjit. Superintendent. J mcb28 - -. . .. . .- .. . Paving Notice. To allvhomitmay OoneertK . 'r ?.-..': )l . ..j . CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. . v Columbus. O,, March 19. 1867.1 ' Notice is hereby given that proceedings nave been instituted in the City Council of Colutabua for making the following improvements, to-wit i - Por grading and paving the- unpaved sidewedks, gutters and crossings on the north side of Donald son street from Fifth street to Seventh street; - ; . Also, for grading , and paving the unpaved side walks, gutters and crossings "on Chapel street from Fourth street to Straight alley, and far grading and graveling the iradway of the same.. ' The same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi peer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk . -All persons claiming damages on account of said: proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in the office of tbo Clerk, in writing, on'or Li. Xa. W ILSUIM. mch21-dltaw4w City ClerJcJ i