RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Showing the airival and departure of trains at Co
'ffiioWv, April 1.7,
rlVt."pr"'fc '-": A. Ma') 3:0t A.M.
J '?eorawodaUoa,a..-5siO A. M.-!7:4. P. M
Vfcw MStHV.. -.. 1:1 A. Mi-- ':a 4. M.
.t.fcpnngaeldvia Dslaware.. 3:43 P. M.. 10:55 A. M.
yThis train rana Sunday night,' not en Saturday.
; V" .! 'rVJAMES PATTERSON Agent.
;Jntlraiarat&clumbus&; Xenia RU.
lnei.nn-.tl. Dayton. Richm'd. ,.
':-';Jhixwrv tMrelerille, l,an-
. 'Mil - j i : ;
'IIW'V, h'A li
Cinainnatt. tvtnn RmkM.---
11:40 a. m.
Indianapolis: and Hillsboro', .hoi
Chilicotheand Marietta.-. ..11:00 a.m. ,
11 300 p. m.
Cincinnati. DaUon." Springy
teld via London..
it ... 'V,,
S:40 p.' m.
140 p., nil.
V Cincinnati. DRvtin R!)imM
Indian apoUs A C hicago-. , .11:50 p. nf. ' 8-TO p. m.
" .i--vr i f.-T LOUGH. Agent.
Banitnre A- Ohio Railroad, Central
tott u ; ohf Plvleion.
Tff.K r"'pre and Mait EnstllrOO VI. 100 A.M.
(yyZaBefYUla Ao'm'tioi)- 6:30 P. M. 4 3.13 A.M.
' .,fv!W.V ; .':? ; jW, J.FKIL. Ascent.
Utsbnrar, Columbus 4c Cln'ti It; It.
fWfl'd Xcoomrpoda-' .---''''- '. ,
fj,tinn.i..-.v 5:30 A. ViV ;30 R If.
iNew.Vark BBprfcM.v.',' 1150 A M. Ml:30 V-W.
Lightning kxpre :5fl Jftd night 10:50 A.M.
This trai kares Sunday nihf and not on Sat
mrday. .... -. - . --.f
Columbus and Indianapolis Central
Mrtt Expats 4.5,lli,-5M Mi" JB30.A. M
Jp'"bnrt; JExprw, and A- a r; ! jjn ; 4 j
'eommodation.-..:.:..."..... AIM. JtSU A . M.
Pay Exprea.....; Ji:30 jt M;-K:3i)P, M.
iphicao Epresf-;.,.. S.Wf, ML 41K A M.
j 1-if 4; i -rf - ,.4 AiftILL. Aa
?AnatiJy; fflanafleld A; NewarkR.n.
Express. v . . w . .iixi Nisrht," tr-.ao
tso, a: M
vi TTi nmim mivi hi i fin aifoft n - - Jti
5laU.v...;..vi.;..i4:4& P. M. Wl2:15 pi M,11
Railway. Closing and Arrival of Mails
Railway. Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
4T A;J !:'
' Kactrn. r. ThmueH.
& I. R. R .'..;.,. ii.tllM- ,-v... 12:39
L - fJ ; 4 O. K. B . s. . . .: 3 UK5 s i i.4 i.w :7j30
i s 4:45 w'ij.
-;JUB Miami Rj R-1Way;t JlilS ll';40'.12aa
C O. R. R , Neark, -.rc.Zane9Tlle
Whaetin; .ll:15i e'.- il.r"
C. O. R. R...Wa ....
O . PJe I.; -t.hroBuh A way. .vvl0:30 i.
. Circleville.. Chillicothe & t
Fort&mouth..., ...,.... ' 10:30
Xancaater. Ohio'.;.".....', 7j00
''East- a,v.NationaI Road. 1 10)0,
.JJrthCoIuDilHH and Win-, , 'VJ. V,'
W ahi oeton C JI..TiaHaf.
90; -0J V P.il . - J f - -
uvouij s -rut a a iut taua
leaves '1 nesdaTa. Thnni
la.Ti aiii.SatardaT9..:i J
Centre ,V Matte. tri-week-) "',' " J,1 .
' -lyj Tfaeada.ThTir8day Mk.'
Grricjc Uoprs. Office opens at IK o'clock A.-M.
and closes at 754 P:M. ; JSundaya, opens At V A. M.,
ond c!o!eat83 AiM. ; ct " - . - - ;-U
JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster.
The Arkansaw Traveler.
T-.' ' ' - ' i . r 1 1 ' t 1 i
time has omei when it 6hould read ovpf .
fjt'Has jndejyou laugh" before, 'an3 it Yf ill
do it' again : ." '.-n-.t, ni,,. p -tjaia
Iu the early settlement of 'Arkansas; a
trayeler ifterlrldlrrg' some, eight" 'or,en
'inllesuithoTut liieetin'or a butrvan beintQr
Si einjEr a human habitation, came at last, by
a sudden tut ri tf the" woodroftflv to a misera
ible8ha,nty?the ceriteriot asuiall clcAHhg,
Jlit what haidrislnally Jbeea a."blat;k jacket
' thicket, 'Whefice the bnly soUhd that prij
AeedK ia: the discord at it miXSicirofra broken
winded fiddle, from the'troiibled "bowels, of
wh)th theJoccUpj.nt;i3 laboriously Extort-
i'njr "tne monotonous tune known as Tbe
Arkanfaw,f of .'Kackensackr,'TE,f,aTeleT."
Oar traveler Tides tip to: within a. fewfeet
jf tb.e door, which. was once the bed. frame
" of a cart bod ynow covered with, bear skins,
abd-hung upon two1 biff wooden hinges.1 4
I After much 6houtinx. the inmate appears,
sJI&dle la band, and evidently wrathy at be
ningi interrupted in the exercise of his art.
ThV fnllowintr rllnnnvnne."th indefa-
'tig'able fiddler still playina: the first strain
Df TiTbe- Arkansaw -Traveler,'-' :whicb,r in
-fact he continues at sudden intervals, -uri-til
tjj8(d5alogue, as will be seen is brought
tdrf a' su'dnen '''conclusion'.''" If this be not
seeking: lodgings tinder difficulties,'' ve
should aket 'know what; might be legiti
t.inateljsq considered ". -. ' ' -,.
'" ' Traveler "Friend, can I. obtain occom-
.Tnodations for the night with you f - : . -'J.
A tkansa' Artst3o, sirnaryJcom-
Traveler "My jdear 6ir, I .have traveled
over ijiirtyjbji!e4. to-day, and Jieither my
self nor my horse have had a mouthful
to eat; why can't-yoa accommodate me for
Arkansas Artist "Jest case it caii't'be
did.v We plum out of anything to eat in
. the house, fill's gone to the mill with the
last jhubbin of, r.p'rr on these premises, and
Mt'llbe nigh onto the shank' of to-morrow
evenln' afore he cums home unless suthin'
on common happens." ' 1 ' -'' ':- '
Traveler You surely have something
tfiat t can feed my Jiorse ; "even a few pbta
etie would-be better thin no food
Arkansas Artist "Stranger, our eatin'
roots gin out about Ta week ago: so your
chancftlalBlim thar vj. l1. --
Traveler uBut, my friend, I must re
main with vou, any wav I can't.go any
further, whether X obtain any thing ..to eat
or not. You certainly will allow me the
shelter of tout roof."
. Arkansas' Artist MAt oantTbe didold
those;- You tee; we've got' only one dried
hide on the, premises, and me and the ole
woman alius occupies that; so whar'syour
chance ?" w' - - - -Traveler
"Allow me to hitch my horse
toihat persimmon tree, and with my- sad-
( die and blanket I'll make a bed in the fence
.Arkansas; Artist Hitch -yours horseto
t'that 'fimmori tree?JIn a hofdf AVhy, ydu
must be a nat'ral fool, stranger I Don't vou
see that's me and the woman's only chance
lor'simmon beer.in the fall of the year?
f I yoor hoss is Qtarnal hungry as you say
.he is,he!d girdlejta8 high up as heiould
reach afore mornin.' Hitch your hoss to
that tree I ;'spect not ; -nor no, stranger.
fil fAil u vvu v una j uuv.u a u vu, u a uuuut
Our traveler, seeing that, he bad an origl
nat to deal with, and being himself an ama
tlii? performer Jipdn ishe instrument to
which the pettier was so araenuy attacnea,
"khoucTit'he would change his tactics, and
drattThla determined, not-to-be hostl' out
. little beiore informing him of the fact
thatwhe.too. woulrt onc. relng known, he
Tightljr,copje,ctured would be a passport to
r JUS Detcerjgracea i v ,
r Traveler f W friend, if isan't stay,
llow'fatisU WthenexthJue?, -
ark-nsaa a rtist-Teii mUeB : anti-von'll
thinks they're .mighty longf ones, toofore
tou critthar. Iame rifgh-outo fotgettin'
. ip teyy3PUte big creek is upx.t.he' bridge
is carried ofl : there's nary yearthlychapce
CtalOiSlltralnd it yer bound to Cross it, yer'll
have to go about seven Iniles pp stream,' to
old tiave Ixdv's puncheon bridge, through
ptrexif thrdardest bamboo swamps you ever
Kte. -I-reckon the bridgesslahdln' yet;
Mwmr. -Yesterday mornih':'-though"One en
rhad started. down stream about lilteeri feet,
.,ridek a matter." i - v
Traveler?-' Friend, you jeem communi
cative; Taudiif t's dq oftense,Ta 1 like, to
Tcnow'wbat'ybd do Tor a livTng'here?"
Ark. Artist iJo oflVse on earth
trn o-er. We keep a grocery."
Traveler4? A 'grocery 1 i Where r la tho
namfi-pf Jill that s meTcantjle do your cus
tomers come from R Your nearest neigh
Kai-i run miles distant!" .
Arki-ArtSi-4 Tb fact Is, ine and the
old woman is the best customers yet : but
we 'spect these argerns wm improve, ana
went to. town vye bort a ,bar'l of whisky ;
anff arref'Wecome home ahdgin tb count
i theljalance on ifiand, we louna tnar wa'at
' but list One solitary t pickayune left, an' as
the ole woman -alius- carries the puss, in
minru An A had it Well, I sot, the bar'lgin
-on-8idetf the room; and shortly-arturithe
ole womans?Zi epp2ln. yQf your end
rof fthe jbar'V dJ 1 - did j and she-bought- a
ltdrink and paid-me the pickay une Pretty
jrsoow Ibegunta get dry, and eez I, Ole
-'Ptrjart, spozinyoa tap yourieend of te
"ar'l 2'?-i-and aher did and," then ishe sells pae
drink ; and th way thatpickayune trav
eled back'ards and for'ards over the bung
that baT'lts a cantion to them as loves
i redeye.': t But, stranger,Tlosses is aptrto
- tome in7'veryr! business; and me and the
ole Woman has. lost , some in the grocery
r Hne K and I VH , tell you how. Ttwas. .That
SeiaAoin, and he4lidrj't1iay6 hary
in course Dusmess wm improve.ioo. now
everJ we ;do suthin iapTV; even.; Me and
rip woman -took' the cart t'other, dav.
tllte he crawls unflpr th honse. and tana
the.b'ar'i atwlxt the cracks in the puncheon
; noorr. ana I'rany neiieve ncs got .more
; thali me or the ole woman either ; the goo !
' fr im wiArhliv vrorTroKAfil rv 'Anma t Vt ca rr i ro flF
over his nateral born parents it's enough
to make a man sour agin all Creation ; that
bov'Jl be the ruination of us yet. .' lie takes
to trickery iist as nateral as a hungry 'posv
" 1 sit m, takes to a henroost. 'Now, stranger,
:'what oil veartli am I to do? ' He beats me
ann ine oie tvuiuvu envirij ; .
'; . Traveler 4lIt would be difficult to advise
.' in regard, to your, son; as J have no family
. 01 piy,Own,;, lOU say, Ifsxen mues w nip
la carried awar'i no Dosslbllitv of fordlpg
iL and seven mile's through a swamp to the
' only bridge jn theyicinity ! This Is rather
a gioomv prospect, particularly as me sun
is just about down ; still,' my curiosity is
. excited and as yod have been playing only
one part of the 'Arkansas, iraveier- ever
since my arrival I would like to know, be
fore Lleafe, why you don't play the tune
j reasons on yearth, old hossr-I can't do it; I
. namtlarnttne tnr.n. oi tnat icnune, anu
drat me if T believe I ever shall." t
' Traveler 'fiive me vour instrument, and
X'H see if.'J caii't play the turn for ,yOu.Mi (
Arkansas' Artist Look" o' here, my
f i . . .t! . .... rt, .r, v. n. Kt',
we'll tiud a placH fpryoii" in the cabin, sure.i
? OldVoman.! pd womanl (a 'hallo!' within'
lie shanty was t&e nrstmaication tne travr
ler had of any other human- being on tne
tiremisesV: the stranger Dlavs the' turn of
the '1 RaCkenMic. Traveler.;;. My friend,
hitch your hoss to the 'Slmmort tree,1 or any'
:Vheje ele. you, please.1. Bill ;11 be 'here
sodiL' and hcll take keerbf him. '.Old. wo-'
.UISIJVU Vail A" uu iiaui c uji jiwui ,nx?
isprpg; twlV.'Na'nce to go Into, the spring
'house'aid;QUt off a 'good' large piece Of'
'barsfe!ik:vto' brlle for theistratisrer's suddCh '
tell ,al to knock over 9; chicken or two,
?and get out' some - flotlf-And l have some
flour doin's and chicken s for the stranger.
( Bill just heayp9 hi sights twenty-four hours
earlier thnnhva expected a -half hour be-foTPX.-
Bitt i O Bill ! there's a stranger here;
and he plays' the turn "of the Jlakensack
Traveler. ; Go to'the- corncrlb and get a big
pumpkin and bring it- to the house, so the
strancer can havesuthintrtositon and skin
-a tater long with me and the. ole woman
while the gals is getttiv supper; ana. liin,
take the hoss and give him plenty of corn ;
no nubbins. Bill: then rub him down well ;
t anxt when you come to-the house, bring np
a aneu niue uuu a uar cm iui on buci
to ?leep. on ? andJS'er BilU I reckon he'ii
play the turn of the Rackensack Traveler
avele'r "I .belie.Ve.1 can:"; ' ' , '
rkansas Artist LTteV lite, Old - hoss !
: for us." Knickerbocker. ; - .
Bothering a Witness.
Abou t'twe'ntv Years ago. when Franklin
Pierce and the present Senator Clark stood
at the head ot the Hillsborough bar, in New
Hampsbire,theTe was upon the docket a
celebrated suit called the "horse cas.'?
This action was brought by Smith & Jones,
livery stable keepers, against One White, to
recover. the value ofa pair of horses alleged
"to have been killed by the defendant while
conveying an insane man to the asylum at
(Concord. ..There was plenty of proof that
the horses died soon after their, arrival
there;". but' the defendant, took the ground
that they died of disease, and not from be
ing overheated, and that a sufficient time
had. been allowerthein tq travel that dis
,tance wiU-ease. , Then it became necessary
ie;5how, the jury, the time oJLstarting and
the time ot arrival. .. . , . -.
'. ,llany . citizens ..were brought forward;
and. among them a tall, bony, slab-sided,
lanky, sleepv-lookiug fellow, who omciated
as,host)er.,at the stable. 'I give you the,
substance ot the. examination : , .
ksS-What time did you say it was when the
r horses were driven to the stable?"- . ;
, '.' Just as I was going to dinner."; : : i
l'"' What '.time -was. it when; you went to
dinner.the day. before'rrby the clock?",
"Just twelve." ; .
To -a minute, sir?" i
w " Yes, sir.". i
Y 9 AVhat i ti mVas' Jir- wh en" you went to
dinner yesterday by the clock ? " j
" Jut twelve " Is. v, .?
"To i'minute?'' ;
M WJiat time did you go to dinner the day
before that by the clock V f ; . i : -; r : i
. t'At twelve.",
TdAmliiu'te,sir?!. . .
.,.Yes, sir." . . , j
jm - . nuau liuic um j wu Kir uauuca a
week previous Dy tne clock '
"To a minute, sir ?"
"Yessif."- i " " -y
e:rfiNow, sir. willyou be good enough to tell
thejury what time you went to dinner three
mouths before the last date by the clock?'?
,. ''At.twelve.? . ... . , ,., . .
'."To a minute, sir?" . . : . ,A ...
t ':'Yes, sir ;
V That is all, sir," replied th counsel,
With a gleam of satisfaction on his face and
a glance at the jury, as much as to say,
.'That man has settled his testimony.
gentlemen." And so we all thought till,
just as he was leaving the stand, he turned
to his questioner with a curious, comical
expression on hi face and drawled out.
''That 'ere clock was ovt 'o lcilter and has
stopped at twelve for the last six months.'
Theie was a general- roar in the gttWery
where' I sat.' Mr. Clark-sat down, and I
notieed that the Judge had to use his hand
kerchief just then. . ..' ' . ' . , .
Break up Hell Itself.
: An old preacher in Western New York,
who was being persuaded by some of his
churchmen, during the political excitement
in that.btate, lastiall, to join tne - .Radical
party, said: . :. , - .
'.VNo my brethren,: I can't join that party,
because all the Abolitionists in the country
are in it; and Abolitionism, my brethren,
has done a wonderful sight of harm among
the people. At has. hurt many shepherds
and scattered many flocks. It got ltito the
Methodist Chorch and 'broke tnat up. It
got in among the "lesbyterians and split
them in two; and it got into the Government
and broke the old. Union. to pieces. Ann,
my brethren, I. don't know of anything it
.is good lor but to break down and break
; up. -And if youliave any enmity against
the old boy, 1 advise you to send Aboli
tionisoi into his dominions, and it will
break hell up up itself in less than six
weeks.". '. y- '' :-,
Josh Billings on Euchre.
' Yewker iz atnolatto game, 'and don't
"com pare tew ..old sledge in mwjefcty ennv
more than the game of piu duz to a square
r church rallle.
'. I never play Y'ewker. .
i I , would never learn now outov pnnci-
, ' I waz born close tew the Connektikut
.line In Nu England, whar the game of 7
,. up orold sledge, waz born, and exists now
in awl its pristine virginity.
J ';. 1 play old sledge tew thl3 day in its
- native fierceness.
?. - But I -won't play enny game, if I know
mi character, where a lack will take an
Ace, and a ten spot won't count for game.
.1 won't play no such kind of game, out
ovrespekt to old Connektikut, ml native
n SEALED ;PE0P0SALt3
TT7 ILL BE RECEIVED AT THE OF.
i VV. fce of the City Civil Engineer, in Colambus,
J?Ionlay,tlie i.99th day of April, 1807,
, at 5 o'clock P. M., for furnishing materials and do-
: ins the following ork, to-wit: .
tor trading and pivine the roadway of lliali
street from oth Publin lane to a point 125 leet
sou Ut of J riend street Wit x r ,
INicolsoix . Pftvement,"
a distance of abouV4,8dO feet by 60 foet wide be-
'twenkerb.M' ' ; ' -'-
The bidders will be required to ppeoify
r""l8t. 'Tbe price per square yard lorpaTement.
' t!d.!. The price per cubic yard for excarati n.
A 3d. ; The price per lineal foot for setting kerb
Btone' - ----- ;'.,'" '
Tbe bids will be opened Dy tne committee on
Streets and Hubways and the Committees of the
several W ards inwhtch eafd Improvements are lo
catedBd the right to reject any or alt of the bids
wilu be-olaimed by tbe committees. r..
City Civil Engineer's office, Room No. 2, np stairs.
inlSej IS tsucKeje liiocK. -j'- '
apr9-a4 " r. City Civil Engineer.
s,u-i - ' ofWestbote cory. - '
There eotnetb glad tidings of joy to all.;
To young and to old, to great and to small :
j. The beauty which once waa so precious and rare
' Is free for all. and all may be fair. '.
By tlie liae of ' -1":
- For Improving and Beautifyiriz the Complexions
Ta Tli m,6st valua'ule and perfeot preparation in use,
i for -giving the skin, a beautiful pearl-like tiat,
'that is only found in youth. It quickly re-
moTes1 Tan. Freckle Pimples, Blotches, Moth
'Patches, Sallowness. Eruptions, and air impurities
of the skin, kindly healing the same, leaving the
skin white ana clean as aiaoasier. . its use cannot be
. detected by the closest scrutiny,-and being a vegeta
M a i-,rpnart inn iflnprffvtlv harmless. It is theonlv
- article of the kind used byJ the French, and is con
sidered bythe Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
toilet. . Upwards of SO.CUO bottles were Bold during
the past year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy
Price only 75 cents. Sent bv mail, post-paid, on re
-eipt,oi.n rder..tjy ''-!,--!.. j.-jj;
BERGEK.SHUTTS A Co.. Chemists, ,
ti-, -v ! 285 Iiirer St., Trey.N. x .
NEW-GOOPS a ANEW GOODS !
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'-Received hisdayat -.: o
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RICEAEDS f& H0LHES,1
xi.i-. 'i-'., oi J''li'I - !) tjiiJ ) 7!:-.KMl
1 l.J 3:M i
.111-1 erttuF: HJ mhv.T, it? C j
SOUTH HIGH STHBBT,
.ill 7 ih. ! -'!, r. V."T. :'!
-' ; I n-n.; -CoMirtintot '
.vl'i-.-!vv 1. ! i.i -f i..-iiii:MwJ i'iijl'iu
rr,AiN'roi'LiNs,' r,; : . ;:. V', , . ,; ; ,;
. v a iui ai "A; hi hi&l u i ';!;:' -.at
. v.: ; zhi Vi . ;pKT,ATNKS.!r i i: ; "w
::ic'l.O r LA DIESV SHAWLS,
TABLT5 NA PKINS, V '
TOWELlNGS: ; ' ' S ;
FLANNELS.'"1 ." 'V'";"''' ?:!V!'
-. ;A :.7.":5 i CnLOTHS andi1 ; r T
tk.J ? J iCASSIMEREa-v rt.j)
iV lov n :. v MOURNING GOODS,
: .-.uMu x.'jvi:..! BALMORAL SKIRTS
EMBROIDERIES , ! '. V' . '
IN EN UANDK'FS, ' " ' ' " V' L
v,qlo yes, &c,&c.
1 THE MERCHAtrrS :
CAPITAIj n - $2O,O0O,O0O.
: ):) in i .a .
-'Ji'f Owned and Operated W :;'-'-' "'
;, Our Merchants and. Manufacturers,'
,!.-v:i5 -Carries by JExpressj '
Money, Valuables, Freight At Parcels,
; .Oyer more than. . . ... ,
' 13,000 miles of Express Line,
. Andio nxore thau
FOURTEEN HUNDRED OFFICES,
And through thern io
More than 4,000 Cities and Towns,
-.; At Just ,an,d. Liberal Bates, .
Based ;pn DistANCE and COST;
Our t.ines.are constantly Extending,
AlJD will, flooh exceed , those run by both .the
. American and U. S. Express Co's. ; ' ' ; "'
C- Overl$100,0p0 per rnohih
Are now saved, to Express Shippers bv this tJoin-
. pany, , and this .saving' -can be. made permanent by
coaiuiuiiig ine same Jioerai pmronage nnnerto giv-.
en it. ' Experience aasures our success, and conTincea
aa that we 'may rely upon tho. public donfidenc aad
aupport,. whioL we. hope to merit always. .
OFFICE, No. 2T East State Street.
W.-JOHMSOfV - - 5 Agent
febl9-d3m i - r . ' !
rllE ATTEPTTION OF DEALERS
Hotel Keepers and Families- desirous of obtain
ng choioe Teas at reasonable rates, is respectfully
ireotea to our-
, 'i r '; i COMPLETE ASSORTMENT .'pp. ,...,
GREEN, BLACK AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS.
whieb. we offer in original packages', or in auanti
ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying
tnat we never tail to meet ail reasonable expecta
tions, and while orders are constantly coming in f
4,jQst such Tea: as yon sent us before,"
complaints rarely occur. - Persons who, as a matt
ot taster or trom nygienie considerations, use iJla
Tea, often find it difficult to get a good article.
cannot be excelled, and" tare established a reputa
tion tor us wnerever we nave sold tnem. ,
- OUR NATURAL LEAFS
are of the purest nd sweetest chops, ana beint
ourea in lue sua are iree irom mo ueicvertvus ei-
j - it. : r e .i i i .
feots produced by oontact with copoer.
- A full line of staple and fancy Groceries always
on hand at lowest market prices.
BROOKS, HERIOfl & CO.
r t - i j
,aug3 s. '..t (Corner Friend.)
p o iu umb xt s . . ,.
NO. 4, OPERA DOUSE.
WILCOX & GIBBS,
- THO. 4, OPERA. HOUSE. .:;
NO. 16 EAST BROAD STREET.
HO. 4, OPERA HOUSE.'
GENERAL AGENT FOIl OHIO.
; :: -ii) -'.-i: - .: : ' :
THE TINDEBSIGNED HAS FOB XT
eight acres oi la d for sale, situate on tbe A' a
tional road and. the Livingston road. The land is
adapted for Gardening purposes, and will be sold
entire as a whole, or in smaller ots.
Also. 103 acres of land on the National road, three
miles east of Columbus, witu good buildings, or
chard, and is in good order.
Also, 92 acres on tbe National road, five miles east
of Columbus, with a good house, orchard, tc. .
" Also, 62 acres adjoining the above, with a good
house, barn. Ac, or 144 acres on the same road. ,
The land is in the best condition, and wiU be sold
at a bargain and on easy terms.
For particulars, inquire of ,; ,:
.' : THOMAS MILLER.-.
' i T wo miles east of Columbus on the National roadi
or of,. GEO, EARHAET,
novIS-dtf . :. . Columbus. Ohio.
LI VEL STOCK
1 1 V.
i 1 1 : 7
i ON THE 15th INST. I WILL OPEN A "
f,l: in h- ;;- V'igTj-Jii l.-r.v;..;-.:
i.lf''K-ti.nt M-.-' ; ...... i. . clij t . I
Srii ' ' THE sotimt WEST ' CORNER ' OF
X the l'ostoffice Building, where I shall be pleased
to negotiate; upon reasonable terms, :w 1th all person
who desire to sell or purchase Live Stock; Real Es
tate. Petroleum Lands.orOi J Stocks. -. - ,.;
iWlatf L VW?! ';
FOR" SALE PRIMTIUB. OFFICE.
A1 ' V X WO-Tn IBDS, . ITEREST.jlif - A
Democratic Printing office will- be sold cheap.
Onlypsper la a strong Demooratio coun'y. Oifioe
income; ,0M yearly, Address, - . :-- "
d??h:i xii-::n-);- i: ji-Statesman Office.
:ITEW:G00DS ! NEW GOODS!
-?t' oT j
? ,1: JUST RECEIVED ATj
lOJl SOlj'at'H "' HIGH STREET, !
; i ' ' ) I ! I - - . : ; .;;.... .rt iJ
NEW RETAIL CLOTHING HOUSE. OPENED
' Lvi-.V.-- i :.: BYi 'f1i-'';-:'- ' i I
.' '..;t. -;)! uoiU; -::.3 1
SPLENDID GOOLS l ' ELEGANT ST YLES
?" f' ;Matehed Beaver Suits.''
'i-Matched4Uiwimere Suits. I'N'ii'l .:.H.if) .
I v -... . . ' Matched Pants and Vests, i ?i . . ? v.-. ,
A variety ot lieaver ana uassiniere ,.-u . . t ;
' Q Y E E .G. O A'T S !.
EVERYTHINQ IN TBE WAY OF . !
d EfiTS' FU R NiS HI N G 600 DS.
' ":-; - ASSORTMENT ' a 'j .:.l.:::
'-' v.-jviuU ' iJ::l ;i .';.-.
' 1 :'.?.. i '' l.i'i f';i -V ;
Commencing Monday October; 15,
.!-:,:::; il l
All Qoois sold at prices that, defy competitioB.-J-
' Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. " ','
' Now is the time to buy your Clothing and Furnish-
....v , j , ing Goods, and the place r ; -i'u:i '
, i 104 SOUTli illGII STREET.
M& Call and examine our Goode and receive ex
planation in full . i All are invited.' ; 2 1
" 5 ' 'STEB131NS.X0WNE & CO. j
'' Retail Store. 184 South High street; : - ;
' .Wholesale Store, fio.l Uwyune Block.:. .
octl3 - i ' ; ' COLL'JUVS. OHIO.
Cleanse the Blood,
ur tainted Blo d, you'
are sica an over. ,' it may
xtv .nt ip,Pimnl. ir
Sore3,orin some active dis
ensa.or it uiay uieieiv keep
v.u liutlec-'. ''eoresiseH nd
.good for nothing. But you
cannot nave good .health
while your blood is im
pure. ATKB'S tSAESAPA-
billa purges ' out these
impurities ; it expels dis
ease and restores health
- and stimulates the organs of life into vigorous action.
Hence it rapidly cures a varietyot complaints which
are caused bv impurity of : the blond,- u"h as
&-Tofula,or Xing' JU, lumora, rivers. Sore,
Eruptions, Pimples', lotc7te. Holla, He. thony'a
Mre, Rose or ryfirptla; Utter or Salt Hhtnm,
Scali Head, Ring Wot in. Cancer or Cancerous Tu
tnort Sore Eyes Female DUuases, uch a Reten
tion, Irregularity. S-u2preixion, Whites. Sterility,
also Syphilis or; Venerettl Diseases, - Liver Com
plaints, &ad'lfetiif Diseases. Try Atke's Sarsa
pakilUa. and see for yourself the surprising activity
with which it cleanses the blood and cures these dis
orders. ' .- - ' ." - !
'. During late years the publio have been misled by
large bottles, pretending to give a quart of Extract
of Sarsaparilfa for one dollar.. - Most of these have
been frauds upon the t-ick, for they not only contain
: little, if anv. Sarsaparilta: but often no curative in-
: gradient whatever, hence, bitter disappointment has
tollowi-d tbeuse ot tne various extracts ot arsapa
rilla which flood the market, until the name itse f has
become synonymous with impos'tion and cheat. Still
we call this compound, "Sarsaparilla," and intend
to supply such a remedy as 8 Dall. rescue the jiame
from the load of obloaar which rests upon it. We
think we have ground tor believing it has virtues
war U ro irrosiaii" o uj iuc caca i.i uioonav iiiia in
tended to cure. We can assure the sick, that we
offer thera tbe best alterative we know how to pro
duce, and we have reason to believe, it is by far the
most effectual purifier of the blood y..t discovered.
Ater's Cherry Pectokai; is so universally
known to surpass every other medicine .for the cure
VI WUKUO, UlllUD,- IMUUUUAI. UVaiObUVlw. VIVI.),
Bronchitis. Incipient Consumption, and for therelief
ot Consumptive rati en ts in advanced stages ot tne
disease.- that it is useless here to recount the evi
dence of its virtues. The world knows tnem.
and sold by G. Robert, Columbus, wholesale and
retail, and by all druggists. , ' ,;
ii ,) ;.
;' ; : ' NJMr, YOEK.y ' '. V . .
. FACTORY, HUDSON CITY, W. J.-
WHOLESALE SALESht 0M, NO. 34 JOHN ST, N;Y.
.All styles and grades of lead pencils of superior
-.quality are manuiaciurea ana oner oa i jir eriu
to tbe Trade. Tbe Publio are invited to give the
AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the preference.
Tbe pencil are to be bad at all the principal Sta-
" tioners and Notion Dealers,-; i ... - .
Ask for the "American Lead Pencil.
- .: : j .v.... . . .
- ' ' - BHEFFIELD ECIEBTIFIC SCHOOL.
. Engineering Departmbnt, " 1 ('
1 - r . : 2-Yalk Collkgk. November 16,1868.
I "have al'wais recommended the KXber polygrade
lead pencils as tUe only pencils fitted for both orna-
mental and mathematical drawing; but after a
. thorough trial of the American Polygrade Lead
Pencils, rusnufactured by tbe AflititilOAN Lb AD
PENCIL.CO..N. Y. I find them superior to any
pencil in use, even.to the Faboror the old English
Cumberland lead pencil, being, a superior pencil
- "for sketching, ornamental and mechanical drawing,
and all the ordinary uses of a lead pencil.
' .These nenpila areverv "final v traded and have a
very smooth lead; even the softest pencils hold the
point well; they are ,ail that can ne desired in i
pencil. It gives me great pleasure to be able to as
- sure Americans that they will no longer be com
. pelled to depend upon Germany or any other foreign
market lor pencils. JjUUio uail,.
. , . ; .Profesyftr of Vrawing.&c.
- . ; All Pencils are Stamped : "
' AMERICAN Ln PENCIL ' CO., N. Y."
None" genuine without the exact name of the
firm : look to it." . . . . ' ' jan29-dAwtapr23
AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST.
Madame II. A.. PERRIGO.
She reveals secrets no mortal ever knew She
restores to happiness those who, trom doleful events,
catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relations and
friends, loss or money. &c, nave Decome despondent,
She brines together those lone separated, eives in
formation concerning absent friends or lovers, re
stores lost or t len property, telis y-u the busioess
vou are best aul fiod to pursue and in what you will
be most successful, causes speedy marriages and tells
you the very day you will marry, gives you the name,
likeness and characteristics of the person. iShe
reads your very thoughts, and by her almost super
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hiavens at the time of birth, she deduces the fu
ture d'Stiny of man. Fail not to consu t the great
est Astrologist on eartN. It costs you but a trifle, and
you may never acaib have so favorable an opportu
nity. Consultation fee, with likeness and all de
sired information, SI. - Partes living at a distance
can consult the Madame by mil with equal safety
and satisfaction to themselves, as if iu person. K
full ., and explicit, chart, written out, with
all inquries answered and likeness inclosed, seuLby
mail on receipt of price above mentioned. The
strictest secresy will be maintained, and all. corres-
Sondence 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 small lok of bair.
Address. Madame H. A. PERRIGO.
" P. 0. Drawer 293, Buffalo, M . Y.
forced to grow upon the
smootheet face in from
three to five weeks by
using Dr. SBVIGNK'S
i the most
wonderful discovery in i
modern science, acting upon the Beard and Hair in
an almost miraculous manner. It has been ued by
"theeliteof Paris and London with the most -flatter-
ing success! Names of all purchasers will be regis
tered, and if entire satisfaction is not given in every
instance, the money will be cheerfully refunded.
" Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, 1: Descriptive
circulars and testimonials mailed free.'- Address
BERGKR. SHUTTS & CO., Chemists. No. 285 Riv
er street, Troy, N. Y, Sole agents for, the -United
Golden. Flaxen, and
Silken CURLS produc
ed by the use of Prof.
LE CilEVEUX. One J.
application warranted to V
1 T. l r-fr Anrl -thA most Straieht ' v
. and stubborn hair of either sex into, wavy rinclets,
or heavy massive curia -Has been used by the fash-;
ionables of Paris and. London with the most grati-j
fy ing results.- - Does no injury to he hsir. -Price by
-mail, sealed and postpaid ft-- inscriptive tnreu
. Israanailed free... Address BERGliR, SHUTTS A
-CO.; Chemists, No. 286 River street, Troy, N. Y.,
Sole Agents for the United States.- - ' '
' j mar35-dawly f. t t-n-i .,',:
'VrOTlCETtSr UEREBT GIVEN THAT
d on thetb day of May. A. D. 1867, the under
signed, corporators of the Dublin and Worthing-.
' ton Turnpike Company. ' will open subscription
books at the towns of Dublin and Worthing ton re
spectively, for 4he purpoeeof receiving subscrip
tions ta the. stock of said Company, in-ehafe3 of
Fifty dollars each. . ' r
;; FLETCHER SELLS,'
, ,i ,: i ...U -a- DANIEL W. THOMAS."
. , , ..is V JOHN M. THOMAS.,.,
". 'i irrt 3o fH)
AprU 3.18r : r
H . ir 1 i irm i ri i T t
: i .i .a vu Corpora tor.'
i .. .. .i . i
y ' i : ' 1 .: x '
Blood . Parifierl
u .. r . '!
ti : U
iTf Scrofula,' Syphilis',' Slcih ;3i9
j .i Dyspepsia or Indigestion,
i.V XAver Complaints fli1ietimaUsrn
f '! fever ami -AattesSti'Ati: '' v
;.; . FEMALE ICOMPLAINTS; .. ;
V JfyslpelaSf Tumors, Eruptions,
l H f JPitsi Sci'ofulotis . Coil" :
sumption, etc, "' w '. 4 "J c
- ; 'ONE person WTitesL her dniighterwa cnred;
: ' ef Fits of nino years' ttauding, and -8L Vitus',
dance of two years.. 1 ' ' J i,.-'J. 1 -' ' . 'j
' ANOTHER writes, his eon was cured after
: ': Ills, flesh had almost wasted away. .- ,''';',' ,
il.-) The doctors pronounced -the case lOc'nrablev
ANOTHER was cured of Fever and Ague af-'
ter trying every medicine in his reach.
ANOTHER was cured of Fever Sore which
' liad eiisted fourteen years.' 1 ' 1 ,
ANOTHEB of Bheumatism ftf eight years. 1 '
Cases inuumerable of Dyspepsia and- Liver'.
i Complaint could be mentioned, in which the
i Purifier and Pills work like a- charm.1
THE BLS : PEt
' Are the most -active and thorough pills that
. have ever been introduced. .They act -so. d.?
recHy npon the Liver, exciting that organ to
. . such an extent as that the system does not re.
lapse into its former condition, which is too apt
'' I to be the case with simply a purgative pill. -,
t( They are really a ,;!. ,, ,, v,; ., , t ....
DLOOD AND LIVER PILL,
and in conjunction with the ".!
BLOOD PURIFIER !
Will cure all the aforementioned diseases, and,
of themselves, will relieve and cure
Headacne,';.: OostiVenessr:V Colio
Pains, Cholera . Morbus,
i Indigestion, Pain in the Bowels,'
r O' Dizziness, &c, .&c,
nit. ROBACITS ,
'1 Bhould be used by convalescents to strengthen'
. the prostration which , always follows acute
I ' disease. - ' -
, j -i Try these medicines, and yon will never re
gret it. Ask your neighbors who have used
i them, and they will say i they are QOOO'
, MEDICINES, and you should try them oe
- ere going for a physician.
: U. S. PROPRIETARY FA EDICINE COMPANY, .'
n " (Successors to Dr. C. W. Roback,) ' ' , . '
; : r taw i B0LB PEOPBIKTORS, ' i ""'
' IT08." 56, 58, 60 & 62 E. Third SC
10 y 3
, ' Are Sold ly all Druggists ao4
Dealers in Patent Medicine?
I U I. II
W A U C H T OR11S
fU N AUGHT0N JriSiiy BU I LD I N G .UV
TAlttES NATJttHTON WISHES TO RE
tf turn thanks to the patrons 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 any house in town, and customers can
depend upon finding at all times a good stock. of sea
sonable eoods. and will receive such prompt ' atten
tion at the hands of bis clerks and assistants as will
assure visitors to his establishment that they are in
deed dealing in a ."
ZT'iXT.S't, Olasa tor o,
. . , Where can alwavs be found. . . ;
DRES GOODS, SHAWLS, ,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, 1
LADIES CLOAKS OF'OOR OWN MAKE.'
also. Hosiery and Fancy GooJs of every description
- , ' JAIflEs - NAfJGHTON, ;
118 and 122 Soutli Jlieli Street, ,
feb20 COLUMBUS. OHIO;
THIRD STORY FRANKS' FOUNDRY,-
Is prepared to manufacture ''
NOTIONS, LIGHT WARES, &C
On contracts, as low as any establishment East or
. ' ; . " West.
Seven cents per letter and cost of material.
Twenty-five cents per piece. "
. -. .. .. ' -.;v. . , l . .
To Clubs of five or more, Twentr cents per piece.
PATENT OFFICE DRAWINGS. PAPERS..
App io tions
for Patente- filed.
All strictly confi-
nvEVTY years iixrT:icrii CE
. ..". - r ' - ; ;? i.'1
Enables me to guarantee satisfaction. ...
. ' ' '. - i : ri!;.)
Call on or address, . . , . .
. .- .. . ..:'!!.. ; A. F. WARD. 4
Mechanician, Marietta, Ohio.
june19 dly-feb8 ; - - ' ' '
; Oh 1 she was beautiful and fair.
With starry even. anl radiant hair.
r. , Wb e curling tendrils soft, entwined,
... EnchaiNed the ye.iy heart and mind.;,i ...
! i iiCKISPER COMA,i : it
For Curling the Bair ot Either Bcx iato Wayy
i, ,.; and Glossy Eirlets or. Heavy
By using this article Ladies and Gentlemen- can
beautify themselves a thou wind fold. It is the Only
article in the world that will carl straight h-ir,-and
at the same time give it a beautiful, glossy appear
ance. TbeCrisper Coma not' only curls the bair,
but invigorates, beautifies and cleanses -it;
is highly and-delightfully perfumed,' and 'is' the
most complete- article of the- kind ever offered to
the American public. Tho Crisper Coma will be
Bent to an v address, sealed and postpaid for $1. ;
r Address all order tq
;: .. W. l. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No, 3 West Fayette street, Sykaccse, N. 1
.ma.r35-d.awly ' ,. . ,. . t ..... . r .- . .
WiththeOOTTAGE PRESS and
tbe. printing material accompany
ing it., every man can do his own
firintiug neatly, quickly and ebeap
y. They are so simple in-construo-tion,
that a boy ten ' years 'old 'can
easily .. .manage the largest sise.
Printed instructions are sent with
. each pthce, enabling tbe 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,
vuia. de cents.
." i ri r.!i ri wa
. I -jan'Ha"-!B-'
v'ff i fSS- 151 ira- f $k
. fcl MAUGHTON.lVatHAtLtiT WAUGHTO W'li
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nf.J t f.
T7STABEISI41iA AS A REFUGE FROH
Ji JO AC KERY; -THE ONLY PLACE WHERE
OwRE'CAN BE OBTAINED.-5- : t m.
. Pr. JOHNSTON has discovered the most Certain
'Speedy and only Effectual Remedy in the World for
Weakness or tne Hack or l.iub. MricturecjTAQec-
tion of the Kid hey d and Bladder. Involuntary Dis
eharses. Ifaporteoar.-General Debility. Nervousness
.Dyspepsia, Languor, LowSpirits, Confusion of
Ideas' Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, J Tremb
ling, Dimness of $tght or Giddiness.' Disease ef . the
,Head, Throat, Nose, or hkin. Affections of tbe Livr
er. LuDg!( !tomaoh or Bowels those terrible Dis
orders arising from Solitary Habits f i outh 6K
CRET and solitary practices more fatal to their vic
tims than tbe sona of Serena to the Manners of
Ulysses,. blighting their most, brilliant hopes or and
uoipations, renaenng marriage, ed., impossioie.'
' ii-:H.;ia f.oil'OUHO IflE3I.- ."--'Hi "ij
Especially, whobsve become the victtas'bf.Solita
rt Vice that dree dful aad destructive habit which
annually sweeps to an-'pntiu elv grave thousands of
. yoeng men o ; the moat exalted talents and brilliant
intellect, who 'night otherwise bare entranced list
enins Senates with the thunder of eloquence,-
. waked to testacy the living lyre, may call with.,
eonfidenoei " ' ' ' 1 L ' '
f ,nnn;;- $ innti r2? i.i b.n;l !
"k Married Peraons ir ,Young Men pontehjpl Y.v
marriage, being aware of Physical Weakness .
' ganic Debility, DeformitleSi-epeedily eared. ' j
.,; He -who. piaces .himself under the care. of Dr., !
may religiously confide Thja honor ss a gentleman
' tun cuuuucuuj m; uu ma b imj-Biciaa.
; OKGA WlC WEAIilESS,, oq f
Immediately Cured and full Vigor Restored. i,., . '
This distressing Affection which ' renders' life
''miserable1 and marriage impossible Ir.the Penal tv
paid h v. the victi ais of improper indu' gences-.Youns
: persons are too apt tocommtt excesses from not be
ins' .CTH.rrf of the dreadful conseaaences. that, may
ensue. Now, who that understands the subject, will
'pretend to denythattbe-powerof procreation ilos(
sooner by those falling into improper nsoits tnan by
the prudentT Besides being deprived Ot the pleas
' lira of healthy offWrA-Vng. the ' moat i aeriont-and da
struotive symptoms of Doth body and mind arise
; ak- x : tv.'m,:..i .
.iiUenial functions Weakened,. JjOsh of recreative
owei.neryous irritaoiuty. uyspepsia, raipiiairon
' ftbo Heart, Indigestion! Constitutionat Debility
'f!i -j,." "sl,Dg 01 lQe jura me,.,vougn,i vonsumpuea,
Mumlipr of the Roval Collere of Surrerms. Lendeii.
Graduate of one ot tne most eminent Uoiieees in the-
United Statc, and the greater part of-whose hi e has
been SDent in tne hospitals ot tendon, farwfc Kbila
'- efphiaand elsewhere.has effected some of the most
; astpnisDing enrea inai -were ever , xnqvn i many
troubled witn unging in tne nead and ears Then
HivO, ,IC.V IJCI TVUSli.-, vrliii. aioiuin i Ckll DUUUCI.
sounds, ashfulnesfTwlth .requent blushing, attend
ed sometimes with derangement ox mind, were cure,)
mined lately. , ,, . , .. ... .
XAliE 1 ARTTl CTUIi AB NOXTCE.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have iniured them
selves by improper: indulgence and solitary habits.
, which ruin both body and mind, urvfitting them for
' either business, study, society, or marringe.
1 These are some of t'le ead and melancbly effeets
produced by early habits of youth, vis : Weakness
of the Back and Limbs. Pains in the Head, Dimness
of sight. 1.033 of Muscular rower.raipitationet tne
' . . V - . , , 1 " 1 . ,v
Heart, uyspepsia. nervous lrrnaoiiity, ieranee
: inentbf the Digestive Functions, General Debility
Symptoms of Consumption, Ac. " " . v ;
Mkntally. The fearful effects on the mind ar
- much to ba dreaded. - Loss of MeraoryyConfuslon o
.Ideas. Depression of -Spirits, Evil. Forebodings
Aversion to Society. Self-Distrust,-Love of Soli
tule. Timidity. &o are some of the evils produced
Thousands ot persons ot an ares can now iudge
what is the cause of their declining health, losing
. their vigor, becoming weakt pale, nervoua and ema
ciated, having a singular appearance about the eyes
Cougaand symptoms otrvensumptoB :4nsi; iJt-
viur xwyi . ..
Who have injured themelvcs by a certain practice.
indulged In when alone. a habit freduently learned
from evil companions, or at school, the effectsof
which are nightly felt, even when asleep, and. it not
cured, renders n:arriage impossible; end 'destroys
both mind and bodyshould apply immediately.
What a pity that a young mau,! the- hope of his
nnnntrv. tbeeride of bis.narents. should be snatched
from all prospects and enjoyments of fife by the con
sequence Of deviating from the path of nature, and
indulging in a certain secret habit.. Such personf
must, before contemplating'- -
V-W- 'MARRIAGE I
Reflect that a sound inincL and - body ate the mds1
necessary reauisites to promote .connubial happi-
! ness.- Indeed, without these the iournev-tlwnougb
K?m UaaAinaa a t ab fv nil ffi! ma ira i n A nmonaAf liAni
. hid ucvvtuco a vai .v Ati inwyiyr. uvwi
' 1 AayKarha 4Xa vien ' tminrl YASWrvi a a. ah a A sWaA
with despair, and filled with the. melancholy refla
tion that tbe happipess of another becomes blighted
witn eur own. - - - - -
... OFFICE, T. SontIkiFredejrJck7tree,
Left-band side soine from Baltimore-' street, a few
doors from the corner. . Fail not. to observe name
.'iBflnntaharJSl u 'i'.'.' 1-R. i'-.t ?i--tmii i
. -"i N letters received unless postpaid nd con
' taining a 'stamp to tre used -on the Teplyi' -Persons
writing- should state age, and send , portion ot. ad.
yertisement describing symptoms. . ,
. a The D6ctars DIPLOMA h angs in his office -
INDORSEMENT of theRESS
- TVi m'a.nw thnnsnnd Anr4rl at thisestablishaien
Twithin the last twenty years, and the. numerous im-
portant isupgicai operations perrormea py ur. joDn
ston, witnessed by the Teportersiof .TAe, Sun, an4
many other papers, notices of which have appeared
.-: mrmin and aeain before thaoublia. besides hisstand-
ng as a gentleman of character and responsibility.
; a a sumcient guarantee to tne amictea.
SKIN DISEASES "SPEEDILY CURED. '
' TTiA T-riAr?nniA nf l)i'mii. ten Veam has dftmnn
strated the fact that the utmost relianoe may be
plaoed in the efiieacy-of . .. .
BELDS SPEC1FIC PILLS, '
" for'the speedy and permanent " cure of Seminal
. WukrAaa Rmianinni. Physical and .Nervoua De
" bilitv. Impotence, or want of power, the result of
-' sexual exoe-s,or - ti.-i " ' j Jo . . -v
-:, ,IOIJTFIIL INDISCRETION,' f
which, nea-lected. reins the happiness and unfits tb
sufferer for Business." Social Society or Marriage,
and often termit ate! in an untimely grave. - Make
' no delay in, seeking the. remedy.. Bell a .Specific
' Pills can be used without' detection or interference
. with business pursuits -.' l-ni
NO CHANGE OF DIET JS NECESSARY
' ThV rm Antirfilr vpirptViile ' and 'perfectly harm
"less en the'system. Ea.h box contains 60 puis; with
full directions and a treatice on-the consequences
and care. ' JtTice One Dollar, iieware or counter
feits.l - If you cannot procure libera of. your; Drug
crist. send the money to Dr. J a MES Bry AN. Consult
ing Physician), 819 Boadwar.: New Yotk. and-they
will be sent by return ot mail, tree trom;oDserva
... .... . .. . . . . ,,.-.. -
lion. rorFaie oy uruicKisis eeneraii.
I4' - . I t '. - . ;i ' ' ' '- - ' ' J ' '4 ' '
If you require a reliable remedy to restore you
aad remove Irregularit.es or Obstructions, why nol
Krr lr)v knows the slishtest irresularitv of ua
t.nm ia lia.hleto brintr on Headache, Giddinea-'. Low
Spirits, r'aintirg. Hysterics. Ac; then the blotnu.u!
Health lades, tne appetite iaiis, ana oiner symptoms
more distressine commence, ad . Weakness. Spinel
' Comp'aint, the Whites. Prolapsus, Ac. Ac. ..A
never failing remedy will be found in - - ...
; .,1R. HA II VETO'S FE1UAL.E PIL.L.S
The experience of-tbir y years has prayed they
nave no equal for Removing Obstructions and Ir
regularities MATTaifiior,'WHT cacsb thkt
akisb. Tt e are safe and sure in every. case. . Up
wards of 50.000 boxes are sold annually, aid no com
plaint of their efficacyir ever beard, for they ac
Qouiplish what they re represented to do. .
Sold in boxes Containing Sixty ills. Price One
Dollar. : 4 u i, .. r-'".' '
, . 1)K. HARVEY'S GOIaDpi FILLS
" is a remedy tour degrees stronger t) an' the above,
rand intended for special ca?es of long standing. '
... - - ' , ... Price Five DoMara per Box. i-, rr,
'" If you cannot purchase the Pills of your Drug
gist, they Will be sent , by mail, post paid, secure
from observation, on receipt of the .money. by.Dr.
' J AMESBRYAN, Consulting Physician. 819 Bmai4
. way. New Vork. For rjaleb Druggists generally.'
IUORE VALUABLE THAN GOLD I"'
BxiirrXiv's xifi; .;'rii--s
" ;"''; j ' .PURIFY JHE BLOOD,' .
Rkmovb Hkadachb," ' Dizziness, ' Gibdinbss,
DsowslMhs, Unili.a8ant Urkamp. Dim- i
IS ESS OP SlSHT, lNDlGKBTIOK.
- .M-.i'.'-t 3' H (Jlkaksb THt Stomach and "
. ,;:!',; ; - Bowbls, :
."Insure NEW LIFE in the debilitated, and : ?
Restore tlie Sicm tie. Perfect llealtn.
. . t, pukeLT VEGETABLE. '.'.J..'.
Trv them! They only cost 25 'cents, and if you
cannot get them ot your Druggist, send the money to
i Dr. JAMtS BRYAN. Consulting fhysician.
- -..1 819 Bioadway New York,-
And they willbe sent by return of mail, post paid.
.For ae by Druggists generaUyi:.: :dec20-dAwly .
SUPPER ' Np ' MORE
,: Whenfby the use of DrVJOINVILLE'S EL'-i
- ER you caabeeuredpermapentry.andat a trifling
The a-rtbnistiing sucsess' which has attended' this
. invaluable medicine for Physical and Nervous
Weakness, General Debility and i'rostjation. Loss
''of Muscular Energy; Inrpotency, r any -of the 000
. sequences of youthful discretion,, renders it t.le
-' most valuable preparation ever discovered. '
-- It will remove, all nervous a flection., depression,
excitement, incapacity to study or business, lots ol
memoril-confusion, thoughts 'of self destruction,
fearsof insanity, Ao.r It will restore tbe appetite,
renew tbe health of those who have destroyed it by
Befisual excess or evil practice.-'. ' ' ' '. 4
YouneMen.be humbuuged no more by "Quack
" Doctors" and i'grorant ' practitioners, ' but send
without delay for the Elixir, and be at once restored
U health and happiness. ' A Tertect cure is Guar
"i anseed in every lBsUnce..' Price; ft, or four bottles
r tq one address, .$3.: .. . v .- - v' T .. (. ..-
' One bottle is sumcient to'effect , a cure in all ord in-.
Tor the speedy and permanent cure of Gonotrhea,
' Gleet, Urethral Disobarces, Gravel.4 Stricture, and
all affections of the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures
effected in from one to five days. They are prepared
lrom vegetable extraete-tr-et- are harmless en the
system, and never nauseate the stomach or impreg
nate tbe breath. No-change of diet is necessary
while using them, nor does their aotion in any man
: ner interfere with. business pursuits. .Price, S,per
Either of theK'aD0ve-rp3entiohed articles will
sent to any address, closely, sealed, aad post-paid,
by mail or express, on receipt of price. .Address all
orders toBERQERi PHUTTS A Co.. Chemists;' i
. No. 2S5 River, street. Troy, N. Y.
marg5-dawly-''!-' - - ' -
Hair Exterminator 1 1
it-ri " For KemoviDgrEupelfluous" Hair.;' ,l'
To the ladies especially, this 1 rival dable depilatory
recommends itself as -being an almost indispensable
rtiele te female beauty .is easilrapplied. iooea Hot
burn or injure the skm, but acts directly on the roots.
3t is warranted toremoveeuperfluous hair from low
foreheadarforfrora any pareof the body, eompletely,
"totallV and radically extirpating the ssifae, leaving
the skin -soft smooth and natural, a his n the Miiy
article used by the French, and is the only real effect-
' ual depilatory -in existence.' ' lrice 75 eents periack!.
age. sent postpaid, to any address, pn. receipj Tef-aa
",0Fe',.t BERQER, BHUTT S" A Co Chemists', lo
' "Iav" 285 River St.. Troy. NV.
COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS
OR SAND IT fe 1? i
llvOll. Klchmr.n.1 t-J! ;.j..t: : ; . . "rf. ....
4SnriartiJ. lit r V ull,yuB. : " i.aiByeibO.
c.lBf;.Bftu AM-rt Aerre' H.ut. .:.oa5.i- i...
viile, Cairo, !
'MagoVaud all $f
filOO AVM.' MAIlii AUr. ii WV'i r.-Ji
M.; Bellefontaine 10:50 X7 M : Sn4kv?5a ,P u
Piqui 8:45 A. illy Lima iHa -VSti VJadaa A1
M.; Detroit 10;4U Rishmond Itlt? T ?. V.-
oK J0:35 f W.; lndiaca p..lis 2:15 f TV.1'
Ll.,7:14 A,M.;ii.ine,lfl P MfcS2&
by which pa-issogers leaving Columbus in the morn!
ing can teach Chicago the same eveuirr. . J
A:' BIJ)AY -EXl'RltSS-Arrrres t
ioua 3:12 P. M.V Lima 9:15 P. "M u;,wZrJlr f
Mf.; CbicagoS:50AJd.;Iadianapotis :00 pJu . I?.,'
tai1?A-J4i,ri.JLrt'"ril1" yA.-M.t.Terre Haut
KPoO A.' M.' M .ttoun SU. A: Jn.r Lairr. s-im .
Fai,a4:4(- A jM 7 Ifct-. ieeie WO.Ay ;4 !j'iht traiu
arrives in. JSt.. Louis hours in T wit-,. .2?
ether rduteVliId.r5 .r- U"W1
5;0OP. IVI. TOEKrtOiaCPRltiaii..-.-..
5' U,.rba" V8- M-iileUeonUine 9.-00 P. M ; San
dusky iO A. M.; Piqua8:P. M.rLimaSOO aT XI .
Cfticagp( ttaLiuiifJlaao P. a ;Toletf iS AV iF- De
troitiuflO A, , Passengers'iakins t7 route-:
rive at Cbicsgo atnoon the foUowiiig day 8i hu
in adraacabt any ether rwit. nw-VT
olis 9.00 A. ' M.: Lafayette iiA rilr
B J&P. Mi Qulocy 3MAy M,? i.oeisviVk i 3e P B Vi
terra llaute 1:1Q f. bl.: KvansvillB 9ihi t i !
Mattoon 3:15 P. M.; Cairo 6.-00 a M.tt awa sat p"
id.; St. Lours lOePt-MrTUiafAin
luotiiaShQucs in advance olary -.thtnmutex'
New State Room Sleeping CariPrutrin nicht
trains.". msj-'1 f-ryv:uvnr rsvoi;T itA
,lii.c mada in Union, Depots.. ..Baggage
Checked through to all principal-points;"-1'
. .A,'.V 1 Tickets iiTRICU M05D AND INDIAN
APOLIS;'" t: i -T&oi j )
jtfF, CHA,:rj.,uii. jickel;At,-,ttir ixnfl
,mea24i--' .. ti,-yZ pifj 1 v ;c
H change ofeari between Colamk. a t.-
anapniis. v .. "
FOUR TRAIHii.aeave j.iiaW .'daily' ' ii ki
lo wsSunaays excepted): ji uu" " fol-
CENTRAL RAILWAY Little Miami, Columbus & Xeni
DAYTON & WESTERN
-'11 - -
OAHl AFT:it,Anj5li4jI 188r
- FIVE TRAINS DAILY, will, eatsHumbaiu
FOR. CINqiNNATI, LOUISVILLE, , CAIRO , .
T.nTTTR navrnw vrrawnvn
Without change of ears to DAI TON aad Km.
JttOilJ, and only one change of cars- to lii1
DiAN A F4fcla CHICAGO.
'.'T.Cbnheotiona areireliaMe as'follbwsT
' j'o 7 ;?ai?u FIRST :TRALNi' trf t:-;hn)
li f!V?.--h T.aiDaay,Tir.-iii vafiisor
Leaves at, 3535, A, M for, CjncirmaU. Daytei!
Richmond. Chicain, Circleville an ! Lancaster
v v""iiiTumn ; iBficijn-,-eT.opa Bj uonaon, nouth
Charleston, Xenia, tJorwin, Morrow, LvelanJa.
Plamvide, arriving at Cincinnati at 9:O0'-A. AlJ
i iA? Aii,:s,-i'. . w'i..; '!. --vol I
xjb.hj wiurpw nunuays.
Leaver ': ri:0O-A'.vM'' for- CtAMw lUiJSL
Riohraond. Indianapolis HiUsbnrrt.Uhillicothe aad
Marietta, and stopfat Wet Jeff ron., London
jus 1 Lu v i'i.ii steamers 101 MSUvitU
aad Ohio A Mississijjgjjja.ilrgad
nw.l o-: - Ja;RJ ..TRAIN vr.,.:il
r. . ,. .(Daily except Sundays.) -.
Leaves at; SUOi'P! il.' for Cincinnati1!. Dayton
I and Sprihgfield via London, arriving at' Cihcln-
Leaves at , 1 1 150 P? M.i tct Cnnnatf Dayton,
iiuuui' iiuiuu j.ui.a.uaiHMijvmasing eiose connec
tion at Rvshmewd with .Cbicaro A . Great , Eastern
Railroad, stopbing atf' Alton, ' We ST" Jefferson,
London. South OharlentAn : : RItt. ''-k..ii .
., Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin Morrow, Lor eland
- and arriving at Ui' cinnatl at 5:25 Ai 11.. coib-
r. jieqtipg wnn Ohio A Mississippi pjfr, ; ys-,; no
Sleeping Care- are en all Niffbt Trai'nai
r.'f in.ri 'A-.n'J 1 ii,f.r.iua r;n: Vtf
Nf)y f Freight Arrangements,
'The'Chicaro A Great Eastern, and Little Viiamftk
Clmbus A Xenia, and Dayton: A Western Sail
roads bare so arranged their rime Tables as to make
direct connections with Freight trains at Richmond
in both directions, making the time from Columbus
T-L.iO'BRIRN. m v
M m o!
,JE. Wi WOODWARD, f Cineiinatt.j.
-, iv-j i!t m Superintendent,) 7 -
. Columbus. April 1.
luiu, r ii t i nit aii yincinnn al 'iu y
RAILROADS. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
CENTRAL OHIO DIVISION
j -iff 1 :
Connecting' t Bellaire for Washington' City
Baltimore, ITI5ae7phia;"New York.
" v-oU- i -Bogtonr J ''' -a
AND ! ALL ', eASTERfwTCtTIE.
THIS ROUTE FFEKSTHEADVANi
. tsgeof a through ticket and baggage cheek to
Washington City, and also gjyea, the passe- geg the
privilere of Tisitrng ' Baltimore, Philadeph iasand
New.York, at tbe cos of .a New York ticket alone ;
orthe priviege of visitingall of the principal sea
board cities at the cost of at Boston ticket alune, via
- "Through tickets to New York cn be proenfed t
WashingtonCity.at an additional pease of f? 0
-Two Trains daily, Sundays excepted, leave Co
lnmbus as follows 1 ;t j, n r-.iauvi '-; io
il5 A. M. MORNING EXPRESS from Unicn
Depot- Arrives at Zaflesville at 9.05 A. M.; Bellaire
at 1:00 P!M ; CumteHand' at 12:25. A.. M.; Belt
more at 7S5 A. Mu Washington City at 81 A-M
I2:00 M." EXPRESS from Union' Depot-T-rives
at Zanesville at 2:40 P. M rBellaire at :'.P.
M.-j Cumberland at6.-oo- A ill.4 Baltimore' at -4:
P.M.; Washington a5.- P.. M. i -n
6;30 P. M. ACCOMMODATION to Zanesville
only. - 7 -'' i-'i f. :-.! T , . : .
49 Five trains daily (Suudars excepted! front
Washington or Baltimore, for Philadelphia juxA
New-York... ?'. .'"'i '. ' -
: Sleeping ears on all night trains, r 5 j .,, ; ., . j
t3T" AisW for Tickets Via JBellalre
or'Theiisr..'' t,;. .v,.'
J ti O L.' WILSON, Mastef orTranrportaUbn,
L. M. COLE. General 'J ioketAgent- ;.i
. JNO, W. BROWN, GcnU Passenger AgU
! jan "; .. . .1. . t-..ijn: ...
Great Northern and Eastern Route,
Great Northern and Eastern Route, CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
Great Northern and Eastern Route, CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND—
"it JPirrG. rTx-ii.i2x 'X3a.ly-, f
-T -EXCEPT SUNDAY-.u,;
From Columbus, in connection , with Trains ;on the
Eittle Miami & Columbna &,XCeniaa
;"-'"" Katlroads. ' 4 . ' '
i T'iCihs i Ji oi ' . ',r .;;!. ,i'".,.4v
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbuii at 134S
A..M. Will stop at Delaware, Ashley. Cardington.
Gilead,r- Gallon, Crestline, Shelby. New London,
Wellington, Grafton and Berea. arriving at Clev4
land at 6:15 A. M.. Ne w York 7 .-00 A. M. This train
leaves Sunda-night,but not SaturdayJ i ..
NO. 1 A C CO M M 0 DA TIO N Leaves Columbus
at 3.-00 A. M. 'Will stop, at all way stations This
train starts from tbe Freight Yard - T .
NEVT YORK EXPRESS Leaves Co'umbus at
11:10 A.M.1 :ft stop at Delaware.Cardlngten.Gal
ion, Crestline, Shelby., New. London Wellington,
Grafton and Berea."1 Arrives at Cleveland at 3:50
K.M.ew York nextdayiat 3:45 P;M. Ji iu 1 1 !
P. . Wfll8topat Lewis Center. .Delaware, and
all Stations' ta Shelby i and -Shil h, New London,
Wellington, Grafton and Berea... Arrive, at, Cleve
land at 9:10 P. M., New York 10 3frP. M. ' J
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DETi-AWAHE-r
Leaves Columbus at. 3:45 IV M. - Will
stop atall station between Columbus' and Spring
field, arrivina- at Delaware at 4:50 P.. M.. Springfield
7:35 P. M.. Ibis train leaves Npribgfield ,at 7:15 A.
M.. arrives at Delaware at 9:55 A. M.'; Columbus,
ll.-oo A. il-j- . ;- -,'j r.".!7r .x.'imf v-r o
Patent Sleeping Cars nrfe ran on all
. ho 1 ig n t : 'l'ra lis lei Chicaso . t
j,, r3 Iertirort.an4.f:fn
';3"Mixi lo fii::t 1 j ! . Zi liens ;v !f.i;..
Bamare ehecked throueh tnNew.Terk and
Boston, via Cleveland :. ,lso. to .Philadelphia and
"New York, via Crestline; , -
:-u an RETURNING4?" '' r'r "''
.-. Nitht Express arrives' at Colnmbn's at 80 A. M.' t
. Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 229
''Pi ;MJ 3X- i t '. -' ' ' J'.w. .
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9:30-P. SL. T
Srrircfid nffflftmmtttiatinn rirTfT4? t Columbus
"Fare as Low as by any Other Rente
j il 1 . r.i. VPkiM '-via. 1 restiine or Cleveland.' ;
j!i.J vftl'-.-i L.ta' -'B.'S. IFLINT,
" .. JAMES PTTERS0N,
-j.-; oioMt ..Mi.i;;i. 3nt,Columb i.Ohlo'.'4
.. Columbus. March 4, -1867 '; n?' n''-y
CUfJARD STEEP.AGE LITJE.
.. . ... 1. . .V t -
T:il '51 Mr- lic-iiJJLA JT 1 ..l J exu its u-jimmnn
BETWEEN iftE Wi YORK- ANP fAV,
ERPOOL. caUipg aT QUEENSTO WN. , 7
'"'-TroVn ffewrYofl every Wednesday.-'-" -4,J w-i
.i,..i-.JlLiTWW44 jmiT ITeesdsv , . . ,3 yia
Trom Queenstown every Wednesday. .
Rlrts? A PiaSA.-Cabli.. 80 Ysr-'ldlJ tt3
get3 (eamnerJvr-Steertge'Uekerqni jULvr,
p.'Oi or yueeustCfro at iuw r. ,
'Drafts tor sale on Great Britain- afidr Ireland. ,
izzt DdJ .-3 TNo-6albwjNew'Joi5.iltol
'Ne. 107 South Higli streel, Colombnt, .Qbio. .
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