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i Caowlag thearrfvel and departure of trains at Co & atus. nia. On anri .fte,r Mral.. .tf III WII FHTI u fnltnwa i . . . . . D , .imii-.nK.f, a )d Cleveland Colambai & Ctn'tl II. It. .5 v: Iftght Express... V.- MO AiM. - lios A. M. f .... JS-an a m.. .mP, M. ew York Epre3.,,i.. -...-11:10 A. M. 11-00 noon. xpraM and MaiK. i' v..2:is P. M. - 030 P. M. ;.Tlus jiaia leaves Sunday night--ot Saturday. .-. ;,. ,- : JAMES PATTERSON ArentV I f ,tttle1t:iarat&CInmiai&XcnUU.n; C i c i n n a ti, D y ton . Rioh m'd, Chicago, Circloville, Lan caster, UiU8borttJknilLh.il- licothe. . . .. , . . . . . .... . . .... 120 a, m. USO a. m. V4neinaauiayton, mcnm a toi tj?.'. lndfnpol8and Hillsboro'---- . .. Ton Chihcotbe and Marietta ... 6:00 a, m. , 11HX) a. m, CiiiBi;tij Uatorx Spring- f :-..', -. , , . 'field via London. .v. 12;05 .in., 1:30 p.m. ;ijidiiaapoli fc puieaav... .6:40 p. m-, Suit) p.m. ."Sat r, w4 i ..j.. ? ,U-.IJ LOUGH. AgemVi CalttmtVr A Onle Wall road, Central i'.iri '.oui Ulvte ton. --.-.i No! f" Mcro'in fcxpress Eat' A. M. il'fB P. M' tin. 5 Kvprea and Mail Ea-sfcl2-.no- .VI. h 1.0:40 A. M." . 4,4.aueyiue vo m won. ouiyr.t .ioA,-ja -ri; '-". B"ta:ofv t I WW; JiFKLL. Agent.--" ' sMtisrinrs-; Rnlnmltna A- fTln'tl hy. Mifand Exprea37.V... U.-8A. M. 1:43 A? M ,l.i J tA - i ioa .J. lki'JfiTEliS.JAsaBa; -; Cliun1aa and Indfanapolls .Central fhfc Exprwwu.. : iirisAV'iJ.' A: "t'f i u nrg ! Expr8if.. w 4 K A. SI. H :00 m i dn't M Exprnsa.....!..' ,,.415 a. M, 1:3H H. M. VJupaso, Expre8...,II, .,.-.-oa P. M.;, .10:i0 A. iU !e :-jT,v. '.(i'u i O AHILLrAirant ' CiinauiiyV irratiafleld & Newark It;H. Ixpress.... 11:00 NiehU .j.i! '0 A.'Mw ) Aeoomniodatiofawlfcl a MivK b 11:30 A t Mw -s liaU 4:45 P. M, 12:16 P.,.:. ci Closing and Arrival of Mails Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE COLUMBUS POST OFFICE. .--i-.-5 hi .in .: :,,.'.' !j Eastra iTtrnii?b , Mails, a- v. t. h. i. JC'.jrJ II O D U 1120 10:43 1330 73Q anerii W8T Mits C. U, ' . try sn - --' i ! tV. 1. r.i .1.1 ' ftnSwx -iPt.W: Afij""-- " C-C. AO.K.R-. 7 115 ...V" 750 Chicago-, tla CP. II., C. 4 v.-i-5-x.2U... C A C. R. R.).M.r i 4:45 ... t....-.' 7:30 Littl. Miami R.iLthrong . : l.ittle Miami R.B:"vTay- 1105,. 11:40 12'30 70 'IMS- .... 1350 ' 730 i750 C.O.RR...War.-. , 0. PJbl. throoehA-way; Circleville, Chillicoth A Portsmouth... Lanoaster, Ohio...".-..'.:..' Easje -, ay, National Boad. ilt. Vernon War. Wester- ; 1050- ..... 1050 .if ,T 7.00, 10:00 ' - i i kh v, ;., -.' t.il-1 ,? 750 '750 ,'il350 50 f w..:- ii..V1250 1250 --'! : shin?tonC.H,TiaHar risburjt. (triweekikyj arrives -Mondays," Wed Basdays, A Fridays ' and .learenTcesdays. Thurs- 1 'da.rs and Saturdays.';.: j Centre Vjllaffe. (tri-weB;-i rlyTde8daT8.TDursdaye f in.ri-,f a 7 n-'.t 'i .-, il i rj and Saturdays Or nc Hocus. Office opens at IK o'clock A. M. an i closes at 7 P. M. Sundays, opens at 8$ A. M ., an i closes at H A. M.,-''----"to.t-' - h ..u.1'4 AH Ml8 loe n Hundayi at iX P. M.r "4.r i vr a -'T i JULIUS . WOOD; Postmaster: COLUMBUS POST OFFICE. "ARE YOU A MASON?" Chssrth,' Peru, lliinois, beiiig asked ; th above Question by a Jady TesjMmaa as fol- ( ' ,' ?I am one of a band -i is at tff r v'i W'bo will aithtuliystaBd, s,Vi!.;. T,j In the bonds of alfeetion and lore . I bar knoe ad at th siiof.ii I 'A 11 J I Once wretched and poor. r. ' r 4 And there for admission I Jtood. - ' ' t ? U JJ - IUQ XJCIV V, 1 ' . . , riVho assistance 4id lend a " I succeded airentrance to srarnf- Was r ceired in tha West. Bycommanrfronrbe East. But not without feeling some pain. Here my conscience was t augut Witfi amoral qroi-trsnifttSf fifni ( i sentiments hoi ynd true: 3 3 Jt t i -I 1 nen pBwarii L unvcicu, a To hareimnraTeled. What Hiram intendea to do.) W8f a a t made known my request, r Au i V b omoaaaA o id attend, . K N a afTSi AO A Master, and Brother, and Friend. TkJsTaTl have stated. 1 T A tAjdsiiuiljulatecl U What happened when I was mad i free ; 1.1 Bat lVe"passed sinoa then.T j rX;J amA was Mried'twpaainX Xilfj. To a sublime and ancient degree. .Tbetrorrward I marched. . ThatXm'ett be -Arched,": ' ' -. And find out those treasures long lost J " " . - - - j Wbea behold! a, bngnt name. From the midst ef whh eaine A roice jfiuohjnjLearadiii accost. i Through, tha-frailslthen went.. . O I L. And succeedod at lepeUi. u vj. t The Sancta ua Sanctorum" to End ; By the "Signet" I irained, DTT-f And 4nekl obtaiael t T T1 TTft rw tmpiojmeSe Uch suited ray mrridV A ' 1 In the depths 1 then wrought, An.i most carefufl sought - ft For treasures re long bidden there ' TAnd.bylabor and toil, 1 I discovered rieb SDoil. Which are kept by the oraft with due care. xHTi thusTaf arriTed.'' 1 fiir 1 further contrived Ameng the Taliaet Knights to appear ; And as pilgrim and Knight. .f'". 'I stood ready to fiht, Nor Saracen loe did 1 fear. ' Ht;'s ?' - For the widow distressed, r There's a chord ia my breast C; w Por the helpiesa and oreiian 1 f eal ; .J: -t m.AndmsworaieoniaAraw. - I 31 .To maintain the pxre law -" Wkicb theduty of Masons reveal.'' l " J 40 O"?: , ThtI Have I repealed .sti .Tis3o71 , j (Yet wisely concealed). " ..- nh WBat Tbe Free and Accepted well know.'' r - Iamooeof the band. "ii,."j " 'f '''ho will faithfully stand ' 3T-A4a brother wherever I go.- - : nj"" 3 lSfli"1'T' Ncv:';., .! ... i t.'J t; Mir Ti'i , ! The Bad Little Boy—A California Story. 9 Mirbr1 Twain, the ; California hamorist. j tells the iollovvirig story, of t&&;bad llptte Once there was a bad little boy whose pftainfr 3 Jlrnthoiigh if youvwlll notice, " VouLwili find that bad little boys are nearly s U called i James ia yMir Sunday , School books. Jt was very strange but still it was ?tme, 'that this bne was , called Jim.JHe didn't haveauy sick mother'elther a 6ick mother who was pious and had .the con sumption, and would be glad to lie down in ttte irrae and Te t rest, 1ut for theBtronp: love he bore her boy, and 'the adxiety she felt that tbe world would be harsh and cold 1 toward ; him,' when she was jrooei Most of T$h,e bad poy sin thefJunday-School books lire named Jamesand have sick mothers to teach them tosav, "N&vr IlaykmeJQown to ileep,M tc, and ing tfiiani toeep Vith aweet plaintive voitfes, tfdJdss' theft pood plght, and KieeI"rJtjwn,by the bedside and i But it was ilifferent wTtli this fel- 49.tr He was named Jim, and:there vas't . kuvthin tlie waiter with his! mother--po consumption or anything of that kind. be ya racnerstout than fotherlse, and. she wwas nob pious; moreovfrshewasTlot aax-r-ious on Jinx's account; fshe said 4f he'wre tto break hU neck, it wouldn't be much loss ; f he-always? spanked him to slep, and he - e never kissed bini good hight; onjthecon- trarjvshe J)03cedhia- earsWIieh, she was ready to leave him. - - Once ihU.little.ba4.boy,45tole the key to the oantrvand slipped in there and helped hi mseBP to some, j am, ,andv filled 'ttte Vessel with tar, so that his mother wouldn't know - tha rtitTVrencei-biitJBll-at. once a .terrible frplinsr didn't coaiet-overrhim. and. some t.hintr didn't seem to whwperto bn-l4-4t viirhr to disobev mr-mother? Isn't it sin- - ini tn do this f A Where do 'bad little boy T,go to who gobble up their good, klnfrmbUi lrs' iam?'' . And then he didn't kneel down 1 all alone ana promise never w iw w!u nj rn 'onH via'in fr.ri a Uo-hrJIianriv i, heart, -and go and. tell hU mother all, abou.t it, and- beg nef lorgivenessana e ; oxessea rby her with tear?-! "pfide aiid-ithahkfu'l-Jpesa in her eyesilWd; that Is lhe:way(w,ith all other bad boys-in the books, but it bap Tpehed otherwise with ' this- Jiin,' strabgely eb6tsgh :, Heat? t;he jam;' arid said; it.' was " bully, in his; sinful, yulgar. 1 way ; and -.; he "itjut in the tar,?and said tliat was r bully too, 'and laagbed, ahd Observed thatthe ; .Old f. woman would, get.up and snort, J- when; she i found it out; -and when-she did-find, it. out he denied knowing5 anything' botftltj nd ihe whipped him: severely,' and he ; did, the cryingi himeelt.: jverythiag about this -boy was curiou8-every thing ; 'turned oxit -'tJiifertntly with him fronf the way it-'oes with tbe,bad Jameses" iu" the "books.- Once fas climbed up jFarmer Acorn'a rapple-tree 'to sleal apples, andhe'Timb'dldn'trbreak, .hnd he diclA'6 faU.ttp1r.d.h'real( hisdi. andget torn by the farmer's great dog, and tnen languish on ffTtelT bed lor weeks and -repent arideeomteood". Ohncfflie slale !iamahy apples 'as'.beafitdi and;;c;arhe !2owu U rizhU andh wAaiL ready for the 'Aoff ooZuu$ knOcked-him-enawaysrWitka rock when he came to tear MmPW i . 1 'i lk waS Very strarigeothfrig'lik4.Ueve'r happened in those mild little' books With Garbled backs, and with pictures in them of men .witli1 swallow-tailed coats and bell crowned hats, and pantaloons1 that are short irr the legs, and women with the waists of their dresses under1 their arms. and no hoops; onv JTothing " like it in any of the Sundax.8hoQl books.O Once he stole tne teacher's penknifer-and whn he was afraid it wouii vbe found out. and he would , get f.whip-!ed, he slipped -it into GeorgeAVUsou's cap poor widow YVilson's buo, tne, moral Doy, tno good little Doy ot the village who alwavsobeved his mother. and never told an untruth, and was fond of jim,. lessons,, and infatuated with, Sunday Ejncoi3...And when the knifedropped from tne cap, and poor George. bung his. head and blushed, as if in" conscious guilt and the grievpd teacher charged the theft upoii him, arid was just la" the very act ot brings lag the switcn down upon hi, trembling Shoulder?, a ihlte haired, jmprobable jus tice of the peace 'did not suddenly appear in tueir. unust anu acriKe an attituue ana say,'Spare .this noble boy there stands the cowering" jculprit I , I was passing-th school d6br at recess and, unseen myself. I saw. the theft com mitted.V And then Jim aiun tgeiwnaieu, anu tne .veneraDie jus tice didn't read the tearful school a, bouiily, and take George by the hand a'ud say such a boy deserved to feejeialtedand then tell hitu to cp lid and make his home with him, and: sweep, put' Jtbe 6alce,.'and - make "fires, and run errands, and Chop wood, and study 1 ' t J . I. . t . . l ..... 1' iaw, aim amp 1114 wue. w uo nousenou, labors, and have all tie balance of the tluae: to play.;;,',' " ;".. ;' ', .....V.'.. - ...;.'; No, i t would have h appehed that way i n the booksj but it didn't happen that way to Jim. No ;meddling.',old .clam Of a justice uruppeu. jn ict raaietrouoie, ana so tne model boy, George, got thrashed, and Jini was'glad of it. Because, you . know, Jim hated moral boys. -" Jim said he was "down on them mUksops.,T.ZSuctLwas . thecoarse language of this bad, -neglected boy. But the strangrest thinsrrtbat ever happened to JfnVwai the time wherr.he Vent boatl6gbri Sunday and didn't Jgetrovyned, and that otner time tnat ne. gotr caugnt out in tne storm wbert he wa lishing on Sunday.' and didn't: get strack by1 lightning.';:' Why, you might look,-' and ; look. J through. j the Suntlay School books 'from now;till next Christmas, and you w.ould neyercome across anything like this. 'Oh, -no ypu would find: all the bad boys who go boat ing on Sunday invariably get drowned, and ail the bad boys who ; get caught out -in, storms,-when they are fishf ng'.on Sundayi invariably get struck by lightning.' Bdats with bad bovs in them always upset on Sundaynand it-always-stprms wqen bad poys gonsnmgon tne saooatn. - now this 'Jim ever escaped is a niystery to me. ' This I Jim bore a charmed lite that must have been the way of it: '- Nothing ; could : hurt him.-1 lie even- gave the elephant in the me- Inagarie a plug of tobacco, and the '-el e-jphantdidn'cknoclrthe-toporhrs head off jwithhls trunk. . He browsed around. the iCupboard after essence. of peppermiht,"and fdidn't make' a .mistake ahd drink aqua j ' He' Stole' his 'father's-; gun arid wenta jhuntfng on the Sabbath,' and didn't shoot three or four fingers off. He struck his lit I tie sister on the temple with Tils fist when j he was angry, and she; didn't linger In pain j tbfough long summer days and-: die with jsfveet'worda of forgiveness' Upon her Hps' j that redoubled the anguish of bis breaking heart. J No she got 1 over it. ; He ' ran ott fahd went' to 'Sea at last, and didn't come (backhand find himself sad and alone in the world, his loved ones asleep. in the1 quiet cnurcnyara, ana tne vine emoowerea home of his boyhood tumbled' down 'and gone to decayl Ah, no ;' he carqe home a run k as a Ciper,!andgot into the Station hb'usef'the first thiug'. .'And he grew up," and married find' raised alarge family, and brained them all With an1 axe One nignt, and got wealthy by ali rha'nd'er. of cheating and rascality, and now he ls; ! the1 inle'rnalest - wickedest scoundrel in hij native -village,- and is uni- versally jepected, and belongs' to the Leg I Islature. ; Soyou see there hever was a bad ! Jainee I in-"the Sunday School books 1 that had 'such a Streak of luck as this sinful Jicd with the Charmed life ' : - f ni '' The Famine in India. 'AYettej' 'of Hcejik .date, froni Calcutta, Shows that the terrible Xatmue in that pare pC.InTli.a'has,'notJceased:.in ita rarags. In "the'ou'e dlstrict of Cuttack forty were dy ingyeryVdajr Withiu the relief committee's 'owa oJbst;ryation;y. The commissioner says : ''He is aware tha numbers bf:the natives jptnch't themselves', through . many; days of slow",,starVation;trugIing to avoid the boiTor of lOSiiijf "caste, and of thereby en- 1 tailing oh. theniselves and their forefathers a i .- . . a l ' ' : i . , . . r- -1. chandala's fate In this and the other world. ,Tbus', on. religious, grounds, they defer re- jresortlng as casuals.to tne relief nouses. un til all'the feelings are swallowed up in the animal .craving for. food, and most of them 'who surrender even ,to this, the last o'C all "the. Instincts, are Vtoo much emaciated to receive much benefit from the food distrib- ,.utt-4 ;to .theml 'The commissioner'knows, ud. records, with much pam, that, uowevef the committee may deal, with hunger, they are cdniparativel y, po werless to ... contend , with these..superstitIons.'' -', forth to attend tp education , ' ,,-, . ' , THE : f CHINGARORA -ArVXl-NEUVOTJS I: I SMOKING TOBACCO I ') I I. THE ; C IT I N G A'U O tl A.- TOflATCO , grtws from the rich soil of the "ORIENT." I and is possessed of a peculiarly delicious flavor en i tirely na known o the tobaccoesof all other oii mas. i .But it unprecedented popularity has sprung from t e fact of the eotira absence of that deadly poison. ) Jficolin, whicn permeat'-s every other totmcoo. end j which 4s the one and sole cause of the distressing ! ititrvoua diseases, dyspepsia, Ac, which most inva ' .riably. sooner or later, t olio w the indulgence of the "pipe and cigar. At the recent anlyzation or to ' bacco from all pirto of tbe world, at- the- Academy ;of 'Sciences, in.'-Pari, the renowned tjhemint, 1. .t.iiOUKBapx. declared that .while European and American tobacco contained iullycigbt i er cent., ' and the purest Havana tobacco from two to five per -eent of -.yicof&i. toe-CHI fcUAKOKA did not con - tai one disco erable particle of that deadly poison. a drop of wbi'h. extracted, will destroy life, Our Agent at BtlMHAY has snipped us large iiiuantii ies of the CUING k RO R A d uri eg the pas two years, and although we have been pressed to , supply the demani for this delicious luxury to the . veteran smoker, yet 'we are' now prepared to offer it 'in n'nlimitivt rtiiantitimi. at anrice mimh lower than 1 gome American tobacco of afar Jn'erior quality, o f'.-A-connoiseur has. but to nutote tne American to .iaceoand segara. .which are invariably cheinioally 'flavored, to be disgusted with the med'ciual tate wiiich leve a naateou", unhea thy coating in the mouth. an) in time seldomtails to shatter tbe ner -vouBSTstemv -.-- .pARORA from morn till night, from youth to age. and are bappuy "unconscious oi toe wiin, aistressiat fire which eouTses through the vein of the inhiler -of the fumes of tobacco containing Nicotin. .VVeiivite every lover of the weed to try tbe CH1NGARORA. .and guarantee (Unprecedented : pleasure in its. delicious flavor. : '. o',i rVOLDEyERVWHERE. ;J ' -V i. E D V I n riv cook & CO., 'Sole 'larnU and Imflerttr of the CUING A R OR A '- TOBAOlO for th United Mutts aid- Can- j 2; vi r ; mtta. and fietUri in all kinds of ; -.. 'Havana and" American Seears and ' Xobaocoos. 107 'UAKIi aprl3-d&w3in ST-. KEW YORK. -. t i i- EVERY "With the COTTAGE PRESS and .the printing material accompany-1 .ring It, ovwj muLi can uu.uia unu oribtini. neatly, auickly and eheao -; Iy. Tbey are so simple in construc tion. that a boy ton years old can r. , easily nianase the largest size j! 'Printed instructions' are sent with ' : each oflioe, enabling the purchaser t to go t work without. a previous knowledge of printing. A circular; containing fu'l descriotion. prices, ' testimonials, tc. acnt free to all. MAI1 lt!.( 1 HIS !f., Our: Specimen Sheets 01 lype, ;r Cuts,, Aon ten cents. -. . :. I OWN ti l. I: 1 SO .Aiixix Street, ; .-1 - v mchl-dtw III-, PRIHTER. tya i. noShenil's , Sale n; o t n - 0 f itt acJb. ted - Property David Tanner V Court of Common Pleas of Thomas T). Rideewav.J Ohio. A r.1 to me directed in the above stated case. I will offer for sale at public auction, at the farm of losepn m xnsss. muw,cqn vviuuiuus, ua the Harrisburg pike, on f Monday, the 29th -day "ot April, A. D. arr r". :??r-?.;18G7,iT; m- :-rrAT J " t ia o'clock' A. M.j theYollowing' goods and chattels, On'e'fJtiTidred and finety-six head ef Sheep and Lambs, attached as the property of Thomas D. -CiHirnuirnTJiiTion-ar credit of th rty davs. with cood t nn f ofiicien eottrita.pproyed by - , . . , -. .Printer's feegf5.Q0. d 1 hit a siw-U cr.i i . I .iaprl-dtd:..A ' j ' t.hn tinH.niiTiidil linn this rliiT heon armninff rt Administrator of tne estate of Thomas Jjioaerson,' ate of .near ant townsnip, -franklin count, vnio, fltceaeed J" ' 1 :. : 4 V7ILL1AM W- UAL.L.I, -April 6, 186T."1 ' ' " aprll-wu w , 'lteoJvtniai ay at .IIX A 71 ::?.!. -i t 2 si EICHAEDS "S'lHOLIilES, ?,n,i ,(.'.! ist-T;f ?.'..:!;. a : 3L-XQ X3 -i'MVi'-' ivi-i Ml A) 11 s outh: high street, u.oI insisting of' 5 '' :' -- i t ! - f!ii j .- -- ):! t : : (. plain;Merinos, -M-o PLAIN POPLINS, hv.';,V, -l PLAin poplins; . i ' , . , ;iJI0Y V.tEtAINT5s;i -COBURGS, .r.-i?ir ? LADIrJS'".srTAWLS, ff vl ?---vf oifr-TABLE LINENS, ' .yntl.-tt-i .r'. . -;l;fl - rtt I" ::'.'ii:'ir ? v m m m - 4. a a, a&. Lxi aM r - . TOWEUNGS,1 ' "'V'1 if9ii ?u nor CLOTITS "andl :i ' CASSIMERFA." !1 it MOURNING GOODk 4 BALMORAL.' SKIRTS i v ; t?s -f M-'..iTri . . . x ..f 1 I Utif. i 'I. '. HOOP STtTRTS. EMBROHERIE3Tf 1 FINE LACES. v: v.o'!!-r . :.;: .tfJCJ i , 'L'At)iES' i COKSETS, nit f-7 ' aug24 ,ti:. THE MERCHANTS lYBXPIlESSdOJlPAM. -.Vf . CAJPIT: J. -; $20,000,000. uwnea ana uperatea by :0uprMerphanta andManafacturers, ; 'U -. Carries hy dEacFress' ' -"i" '"'"" .;-": Over-moretiiaA.it 'til .v(:; -. ." ' j 1.3,00 0 rhnes of Express Line; r '':".. J'.fJi vi' l. -1 i.v. ...:i.-,.;f'.. j .It fro!r Anqo niore thauf : 7 -r)i-f, FOURTEEN HUNDRED OFFICES, " wx o.And through .tlieni to jf; t ,; ..f,j More than -4,000; 'Cities and Towns, . vni At, Just aiicl,lViberal Bates,:':T Based ; on; DiiSTANCE f and C()st ! -- . .Our;; Lines are 'constantly. Extending, ,a x win. ; soon exceed . those . run by botn. the (X . American, and TJ. S. Express Co's. , IV Over '$100,000 per month '",1 -s Are new saved -to ".Express' Shippers by this Com 'i pany, and thia saving i can W made permanent by OontinuiBg the same liberal patronage hitherto giv- . " en it. Experience assures our'succeea, and convinces 1 aa that we- may rely upon tha public confidence n& ' I support, ; which; jwe hope, to . merit always. H j ; OFJFICEiio 2T JEaat State StreefV': WJOHMspN-;,'-;; Agbnt. t t.'i! at T'lsTE... AXTENXIOIt OF-: DEALERS A, Hotel Keepers and Families desirnnanf nhtain- Tig choice Teas at reasonable ratetr. is resoaAtfnllv GREEM BUCK' -ANO NATURAL- tEAF kTEAS. Which we offer in original taekages. or in ouanti lien wj suit purcnasers.., ,rv e xeei juBtinea in saying mat we never iau to meet au reasonaoie expecta tions, and while orders are constantly eotninc m f ':: i i ' i m 1 I -n ; .f it ;n ' .1. I i i VJast sucu .Teaas yon tent us before," f ! t . V J ?1i!l ll !! V . '.ft T.t !:;- f.VK O.i !?! complaints rarely, occur.. Persons who, as a matt ef taste, or trom hygienic considerations, use Bla ' Tea, often find it difficult to get good article. i : .....t f. , oiii,toioiCE.; ... T , BLACK TEAS ' . i - a ! ,t - :1 cannot be excelled, and nave established a reputa tion lor us wherever we nave sold 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 copper. A full line of staple and fancy Groceries always on hand at lowest maraec prices BRMsi;raEnl0BlcV3C0 - . J i . .... ii O 23 -3, llll'.-.-.-.-. rj.:i it. -l ? : ;! .'..!.- ! IVo. S73 South llltx Ht.i a'ng :'-!f' ' '(Corner Friend.) " .i.7it.A - ' ii' i . i : ii it A-:- ye? o iLiU jyiu tj s ill Tji LIP TICi 7' , Noi' , OPERs ilOlJS'.'..1''! I ?' ;:-. !:;' AA-ff ' v. .'- t,' .if-r j wiLobx' ciissy - lii: 'I WE'EDw If O. 16 . EAST BROAD STREET. K i 4, Ol'EttA IIOIISE. "3 li 4--h. W:iPIMMEL, GENERAL. AGENT FOR OHIO. decl9 LAND FOR SALE. !")--. ! f.n, ? i',; -- THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOBTY- A eight acres ot la d for ale, situate on the Na tional road and tbe Livingston road. The land is adapted for Gardening purposes, and will be sold entire as a whole, or in smaller ots. :i . .: Also, 102 acres of land onthe National road, three miles east of Columbus, with good buildings, or chard, and is in good order. , : . . Also, 92 acres on the National road, five miles east of Columbus, with a good house, orchard, Ac. " Also, 52 acres adjoining the above, with a good house, barn. Ac, or 144 acres on the same road. t- The land is in tbe best condition, and will be sold at a bargain and on easy terms. . , .. j Eor particulars, inquire of - v . , : i tt . r ; . - THOMAS MILLER. I T miles east of Columbus on the National roadi oro GEO. EARHART. j novl5-dtf ' : " r. - 'Columbus. Ohio. ; L IV E S T O C K AND ( . :: ;U j ;;Petrbleiiiii j u i - i ' IX- s- t- - . ON THE 15th INST. I WILL OPEN A STOPK i -:ii'-:;iii gAND-.; V.i; r .':1 In ) PjETltO M.EatCIi'AirGJS I Tit JL th l'ostoffioe Building, where I shall be pleased to negotiate. tpon reasonable terma,iwith- all person who desire to sell or purchase Live fctock. Real Es te.PetroleuniLands,orOvJbtrcKs.'''J ' ' . ;... . a AJbKEU YllJSON, Jr. :mayl?dti-ftrHUvi ffti tJTT FOR SALE PRIIITIIID OFFICE. fli; 11 r r ;--.V r .' r -. f r-lT , ,.'T I 7A .rTWP-THIRDS , iNTERESfT IN A XX 'Democratic Printing office will be solj cheapo Only Taper in strong" Democratic eountvv ; Office iAoome, a,ow yearly Address in ju';jli!5n apr5 ' iStatcemaa Office; mVlNGMffllROOMS NEW GtiOflSl" IlEW GOODS! .-!.:.' S'J'? 1o roJ.i-; if,., Hr.-v.. I L'1;ri Ll .jnSTBEUEIVED'ATi-.Iii!;: -y.;;n;:i 'ilj j .-rjui !-)-rJ-r)'n .:.i;r, r. 164 , SOUTH HIGH STREET, ; 7r-'..K ,!-.--. ii-aoT .jr.j.'i ocrj7; r NEW RETAIL CLOTHING HOUSE OPENED aEaBC" i' ' ' ' -5 8PLENDID GO0LS t ' ELEGANT STYLES ' f id t iBIatched Beaver Suits. , ' , ri.yA . Watched Cissimere Suits. . -; Matched Pants and Vests.! ' 'll. n-r f V . A variety of Beaver and Cassimare ,fj ; ' t -ii ' '( 'vtv- ', rt ;f '-i..M O V E R O OATS, .'.k'i!. ';; . f.;;fi h-I"irqnu 7;Jc;:!i '!: .Tii';:!iri i-i : Ji r-tY . -" -a ::- ' ! ;! ;.'. iuC". nv vs-.TJ: 'EVERYTHING IN TBETvAY'Otf ' GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. ' ' 1 lOunDTUPXH- ' ' f !j ' SOMETHINGW- AND NOVEL. I .rr.u:'. ::. ; an-v-fx . i:'.ji.-fn) Comiacncing Monday, October 15. 'iliHA ;TI .!!-,' i;Vf l f'l. i)7W;. All Goods sold at prices that defy competition. Perfect satisfaction s-uaranteed. Now is the time to buy your Clothing and Furnish r. ing ( :uoods. , and the place ; ' . i64 , SOUTH , HIGH. STREET. i S" Call and examine our Goods and receive ex. planation in full. All are inv.ited, ' V ' . 1 .' . , ' ' s'TEBBiN s, ;t6wne: k CO. Retail Store, 184 South High street; ! - ' ' ' ' 2. Wholesale Store, H o.l G Wynne block. ' eeU3 ) . . i . COLVMSUS, OHIO. THE; CrlRISTIAT! VITHESS. Bev. J.F. GIVEN, Editor and Proprietor, r . ., . Published weekly on Friday, at . CO TJ. TJ ,; B TJ H , O II IOl . . ; Office No, 26 North IligU, Street. . r . -. , r ALSO ' ' ; t boor "iNr;apB prinng; L 'MIRWITNiESS AinS TO BE A GOOD JL religions: journal, free from: the nolitical rannm of the timeaand opposed to the mingling of .politics anarengion - - . It is an independent enternrise . bnt is conrlnct ed in the interest of the movement which looks to the establishment of Unurches on a basis of free and simple Christianity, discarding all creeds butthe Bible;and all tests of Christian fellowship but that v. vviicuauiu,j ' ii bccbo t? po vij Miriu.111 iiig-ana instructive to old and young, haying a page devoted exclusively u tine' iamuy giving current intein ence. religious and. secular, apd reporting tbe mar kets. East and West. . We hope all who are in favoT of a Christianity free from politics, sectarianism and fanaticism will extend ton JtLeir patronage. - L ie' :-, - ot :)!' . GIVEN MARI1SI10P. HAVING PURCHASED TTIE. INTER, est of P. M. Gutches in the Carriage Making pnop.-. i-.-ii-...- '7r.,-?zrrsTv:-;-'.v-:';r: Corner of Fair & Linn Meys. Between Bread and Gayand High and Frontstreets I am now prepared to. make BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Spring Wagonyuird Road AVagons On the best possible terms a a cheap as can be done 33 I A I XI Z ST Gr Of all kinds done on short notice. '- . .iujy25-dtf -ij . THOMAS ANDERSON.. ASTROLOCVi mwmn '" XT THE WOKDERF'UI. BsTVILATlONg:1 1" v ! .1 . MADE B YvTHE 4SREA ASTROLO GIST,'!.' ) Ma.Iaxxaoir.'lA!.lTrERAXIGOi .r..-S.1 -.!. .u ! ; J j.i .--.ij , .'1 j She reveals secrets no mortal ever knew. She restores to happiness those who, from doleful events; catastrophes, crosses ia love; loss of relations and friends, loss of money. A-ov have become despondent, . the brings together those long separated, gives in formation concerning absent friends or lovers.' re "Stores lost or ct len property, tells you the business you are best qualifiod. to pursue and in what you will be most succeisful.causes speedy marriages and tells you the very day you will marry, gives you the name, 'likeness and characteristics of the person. tine 'reads your very thoughts, and by her almost super : '-natural pewors unveils the dark and hidden myste- riesof the future' From the stars -we see in. the firmament the male 60 stars thai overcome, or pre dominate in the configuration from the aspects and ..positions ef tbe planets and the fixed stars in the heavens at the time or birth, she deduces the iu . tnre drstinv of man.' . Fail not to consult the great est Astrologist on eart It costs you but si trifle, and 'you may never agaiu have so favorable an opportu nity. Consultation fee, with likeness and all de sired information, f X.- Parties living at a distance -earl consult the Madame by mail with equal safety ana satisfaction to themseivos, as it in person. K full and explicit . chart.. : written out, with . all inquries answered and likeness inclosed, sent by ; mail on' receipt of price above mentioned. "The strictest secresy-Will be maintaided. and all corres rpondence retaroed or destroyed. w References of the 1 highest order furnished those desiring them. Write plainly the day of the month and year in which you rwere born, inclosing a smalt lock of hair.- . -.-; Address. . Madams H. A. PKRRIGQ. - -a r. U. UBAwJBB X513, XJUFFALO, . X. mar25-dawly ' ' 1 ''i-'- forced to grow- upon the ' smooth eft face in from, three to; five - weeks by- nslnir Drl' SEVIGNE'S RE:3TA URATE UR0A- . . wonderful .discovery in " . . r 'modern science, acting upon tbe -Beard and Hair in! r an almost mir-teulous. manner. '. It baa been used by. the elite of Paris and London with; the most jlittr-l ' Ing success. Names of all purchasers will be regis tered, and if entire satisfaction is not given in every instancejthe money will -be cheerfully refunded.' Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, f)l. Descriptive; circulars and testimonials, mailed tree. Address BERUKR. SHUTTS & CO.,Chemist. No. 285 Riv er street, Troy, N. Y-Sole: agents for: the JJnited states. - .. BEAUTY. Aubnrn. Golden. Flaxen, and, Silken CURLS produc ed bv the use of Prof. DeBrepx's - FR1SER Lbl-CUEVEUX., One. aMnlinatinti ivaianrAl . curl the most straight . vV' and 'stubborn har of either sex into wavy ringlets, ' or heavy massive curls ' Has been used by tbe fash ionables of Paris and London with. thei most, grati fying results. Does no injury to the hair. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, $1. Descriptive Circu lars mailed free. Address BERGfcR, SHUTTS A - CO.. Chemists. No. 235 River street. .Troy, N; Y. So;e Agents tor the united states. mar25dawly V ., .- X. SIKBERT.-' . J. w, LIlLEV SIBBERT & ? LILLEY, :i--!;-3 --. iv BOOK BINDERS, -1 f BLASE BOOK MANUFACTURERS, . . : ;.-.... : . r'T s ; ! I . ... . , .and : -.j ' - . .. -r i ; J SUBSCRIPTION BOOK PUBLISHERS, SOUTH HIGH St., OPERA HOUSE BUILDING, janl9-eodly ' ' -' - - COLUMBUS OHIO. J M. STO UT, 31. JO. 1 y- PHYSICIAN & SURGEJJN, , ( PARSONS' BLOCK, C0R.)HIGH & TOWN j COLUMBUS, O. "apll8-lm Sherili's Sale. . Wm, Fassett. . ., i Court of Common Pleas r, T,vs i L of Franklin county. George Hessenauer. .) B VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION IN my bands in the above stated case; 1 will offer for sale at Publio Auction,- at Heesenaure's Garden, on south Hich street, on - . .- - ,:TuescIay, the.30th.day of 'April,' A. p. 18G7,. at 2 o'clock P. M.. one five octave Melodeon.Jrom the manufactory of Kinnard. Dreher A Co.. Cleve- IflUli, VU1U afl lUO yiVyVl vl tt u. loowwh, to satisfy said execution. - .i' ' ' . WM. DOMIGAN. Sheriff. ! Printerafees $10 60. ;. ADTlt 19. Ib67. . , - -rt ..i-. . ! e.prl.lt-dtd -i---;.. TAB WOULD Turnpike Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT f on the ate. day ef May, A. D. J861, the nader Jigned, corporators of the Dublin and . Worthing ton Turnpike Company, will open" subscription 1 books at the towns or- Dublin and W orthington re- .npnlivnlv. for th. rnrnni. nf rMtirisi snbsnrin- tions.to -the stock :if-said Company, in hares of 1 Pitt. rtr.lln.ru ch '--- - -' i - oY S.. hni FLETCHER SEI iwi.TWriHETI. RRT.T.S - DANIEL W. THOMAS, JOHN iM. THOMAS, .T-inI .e-.eoll l J;-i,-l i-oFiAYEL TULLE R. April 8. 186T, Corporators. '!MHUjA'H'jJIJJ 'i-f;it '. if'' I ! i. V ol BLOOD BLOOD 'BLOOD 'BLOOD t BLOOD, -BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD PILLS, i PILLS.' PILLS.'': PILLB.. PILLS., PILL&'i PILLS.' pills:; PILLS...il BLOOD PILLS ,fj l-.tANDl mooa runner ! ii .!! i-r- uA.t-tn ' ll.v. i.l .ftiito -(l ARE TJIQTJAI-T:i :r . fjr.r. ;u . ; ' i T I .roacvaiaa f, f. jf.-,, lt..pp Scrofula, '- Syphilid, .Skin !.'Jte(i j;, . ease, Old Sores, Salt llheum9 . h Xyspepsia or. Indigestion , , SICK ' HE A B ACHE i .' JAver Coiiriplaintstlllietimatism, 1 I Fever and A gue: St. An- ' ': . , ':? y- v thony's . 2Ttre, '.".'. , rf'.Vwl'i " FEMALE COMPLAINTS, r ! V! Vr ft ?..;., r; .v.,-., i.-;iS-x .,: Ery8ipela3,.Titmor8,j2riiption$f. .Fits,' Scrofulous Con- ' ' . w ' Vii - 'suuipUbni etc' : -'- r ONI person writes, Iter daughter-was enred . of Fits of nine years' standing, and 6L Vitus dance of two years. .!: -.m :'.: Cl ANOTHER wrUavhla son was cured aOer bla flesh had alpnost.wasted away. . , , . The doctors pronotmced the case fnchrable,' : i-- ANOTHER was! cured of Fevec and Agaaat-- 7 ter trying every medicine in his reach. - ' t i ' ANOTHKR iwas: cured oC-JTevr Sore irbJe!t.'0 . bad existed fourteen years. . " AN0THKB of Rhenmatisnr of eight years.'' Cases innumerable of Pvspepsia and Liver;, .( . Complaint .could be meutronpdjn, which the. Purifier and Pills worlr like a ctiarux.-. -run ii mnD -i umnTii . titt.t o 1UD JJUUUJJ JTIJjIiD iJ Are: the 'most active and .thorough 'pills that, have ever been introduced. They act so, d- . rectly upon the Liver, exciting that organ to - 1 1 such ah extent as that, the system doea not re, lapse into its former condition, which is too apt ' to be the case with simply a purgative' pUL . . ; ;.-u j BLOOD AND LIVER PILL, : ',K .-11 and! in conj nnetion! with' the- n-iuU BLOOD PJJRIFIER I , Will cure all the aforementioned diseases, and. of themselves, will relieve and euro- -1' ; ' "' ! HeaSachbi .:. Costif erifes s, (f Oolio . ; ; . ,., , ? ;Pans, .CHplera , Morbus,;;; l'J Indigestion, Pain in- the, Bowels, m 'Dizziness r5co.,' &0s; 'Stomacli-BitteBl;!! Should be used by convalescents to strngiHeri"'J ' the prostration which, always follows : acute disease. ,, . Try these medicines, and you will never re ' . trretit. Ask your neighbors who have used x ' tnem, and they will say they are GOOD MEDICINES, and you should try them be- .- . ore going for a physician. ,, v U. S. PROPRIETARY MEDICIHE C0mPAY, T j). . ;; (Successors to Dr C. WBobwk,) r. . . f 80LK PROPRIETORS, ''"'" . ITos. 56, 58, 60 & 62 E. Third Btj"1 CINCINNATI, O. v i Are.-Sold by all Druggists ;an4r ''- Dealers In Patent Medicine?.- ; EVERYWHERE.! tUni;:';;K. im"en-d,tw&l.i4thw NAUGHTONLjwjBUILDING.Ur 01 1 TAlTIESAXrciITON.'.WISIIESTO RE U .turn thanks to the patrons of the. above, well known store, and to solicit a continuance ef their favors.1 ; Being sole proprietor: of the: build hie well as business, he can afford to sell for a much low. er pront than any house in town, and custoraersean depend upon finding at athttmes a good stock of sea sonable goods,-and will receive such-, prompt Atten tion at the hands of his clerks and assistants as will ass are visitors to his establiBumeft ttliat tbey are in deed .dealing in a-,.-, jr., r, .- . , ., 4 r 0 7OjX tvimm " t'oi ro, . '"' Where can always' be found, ; ' '' J DRES r GO6DS, ' SHAWLS;- ' CLOTHS K-: " f'"fl'-CASSIMERES,i y .o i LADIES' CLOAKS OF 00R -OWN. MAKE. :i !ileo,'Ho8iery and Fancy Goods of every. description HO U. I if ... W V. ... IIIKU Ct.HW., feb20 t COLUMBUS. OHIO LITTLE'S PATE NT ) r, ' PATENTED FEBRUARY;, W. ,T.3,-' '!) .! t 1 ' iff 0 , The Best Stoye in the Goternnierit. rrllE rECUIilAR' FEATURE OF titla A Stove is the novel construction of the Oven, which makes it the most thorough baker in use. You have access to tbe Oven in troint converting the sides into flues, giving it two more, heating surfaces than any other St ve made. : . r r .As tbe Sfc.ve ia -constructed, 'it is 'intended,, for either, iWOOD .or- COAL, operating' with .either equauyweii, im ;-.-... .-.,!..'.. mi.t"-.r'1 k a 11 tl - I ' : ' " ' No. 139 North'HigWstreet. V. nov3-dtf., ,; .';'.':'..' , , .'.phivtiB.V3,-V CRISPER "COMA.' Oh r she was beautiful and fair ? - n ' With starry eyes, and radiant. hair,:. o . Wh e curling tendrils soft, entwined, ; ' , ' Enchained the very beart and mind. . . j V 'v '. CRISPLK 'COJLl -r v'l? ';' ' !. . ''. - U . : !.;.., . :-. ': ' ,' For Curling the Hair of Either Pcix, into Wavy . : ; and Glossy 'Kinglets .or iicayy v. Ii;:'" .'. Massrve Curls.-""', : ' 1 1 . ... 7 I .... j By using this article Ladies and Gentlemen can beautify tbemse'ves a thousand fold. .It is the only article in the world that will curl straight hiir, and at the same time give it a beautif ol, glossy appear ance. - The Crisper Coma not only eurla the hair, 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. The .Crisper Coma: will, be sent to anr address, sealed and postpaid, for (1. ' . Address all orders to ( - -w: .n , . : W. L. CLARK k CO., Chemists - No. 3 West Fayette street,-Syracuse, N, Y mar25-riawly -. . . c- -:, v. .i ; t k ,; .-: ' There come'th glad tidings of joy to'all, 1 - 'i To young and to old; to great and to small : The beauty which once was so precious, and rare, ; Is free for all, and all may be fair. - - '''. Bytheuseor, . . .; . ... '. J".;. ; ; CHASTELLAR'S WHITE LIQUID For ImpfOVlTigrand Beautif yrna; the Complexion. fThemost valuable and perfect preparation in use. fnr pivinar the' skm a ' beautiful "pearl-like tint- that . isonly .tqund yu& j it, .quicAr-re-; moves Jan. rrecaiec, riuipies. .uoicnes. Aiotn Patobesv&ailownes8.r n.rupuuns; ana ail imparities of theskin, kindlyi healiM, the same, .leaying the akin whifeand cleah as alabaster. Its' use cannot ba detected by the closest scrptinj, and Jaeing a-vegeta-j ble preparation is perfectly harmless.. It is the only 1 sidered; by the Parisian as indispensable, to a perfect rxicre VI fcUU BI1IU udvu VT iw a- icuuu. uiu : IB .!! toilet, upwarua oi ou.uvu auuiot were sola aunng the past year.a isufikient guarantee, of Its tefiioacy -Price only 75 cents. SentJby. mail, post-paid, on re ceipt of an order, by 2fi5 River St 'TrovTN. Y. i-i.!i?iiwflt;aw,.-i U'C H ' T O M ' S , r l, ..... t, a i . ... , r.s: -1; o . , i , . r ; . . . am iT iiv ,..':...: .i ..' -: .h ..; ij l. .11 - Li t ii j 1 1 ii m - n.M . m ff '.ill HNAUGITON.ri 8 VHALlW NAUGHVON.H2 tTf AIR-TIGHT GOOK . " , -apdradicalWe OALTImuRE JC-niG3rTTAL 'r BAiTIMOSE,, MARYLAND:"3'- .tii ' ESTABLISH AS A REFUGE FKOITI JUACK.ERY: TBE ONLr PLACE WHERE At0URE CAN BB-OBTAINED J-M .sH-i-t?-iJ Dr. JuDNSrON has discovered the most Certain 'Speedy and on!y Effectual Remedy ia tbe- World for Wet knees of Jha Hack; er Limbs, Stricture?,. A flec tion of the Kidneys and Bladder. 'Involuntary Dis'-: ebargesi impprtency. General Debility, Aervoasness Dyspepsia. Languor. Low Spirits, Confusion ..of Ideas, Pa'pitation of the Heart,' Timidity, Tremb ling,Dimn8sbf ditfht or Giddiness; Disease cf the Head, Throat, oae, or kin, Aflfpctions of the Liv "r; Lungs, Stomavh or Bowels those terrible Hie orders arising from Solitary Habits of Youth sk ckkt and solitary practices more fatal to their vic tims -than, the song of Sren to the Mariners of .UJysf es, blighting their most brilliant hopes or and ticipations, rendering marriage, Ao. , impossible. ' -. .rrAi '1 J-VOBNO-MaBTf ui-.m .-! fcspec'ially,' who have become the victims of Solita ry.Vice that dreadful and destructive habit which annua' Iy sweeps to an untiuely grave thousands of Jo rtg men o- the most exalted talent and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise have entranced list ening Senates with the thunders f eloquence,: 1 waked- to ecstacy thf living lyre, may call with. confidence.' "' " ' - - '- '" :' V!-.v, ..;:? 7.? M?AIIRI AOEt? :s v p Married Persons . Young Men contempt' r j marriage, being aware of Physical Weakness ganio Debility,. Deformities, speedily cured.' :1 t,He whe .piacea himself under the care of Dr. . may religiously confi-le in his honor as a gentleman and confidently rely upon his skill as a physician,; f nf, a PRCS AilC .EAltESS t -A Immediately Cured and full Vigor Restored. ., This distressing" Affection which renders' life miserable and marriage impossible ia .the penalty paid by the victims of improper indulgences. Young persons are t"0 apt'recoeamrt excesses from 'not be- ing aware of the dreadful consequences that may ensue. Now, who that understands the subject, will pretend to deny that the poweref procreation is lost sooner by those falling into improper habits than by the prudent? Besides being deprived of thepleas' tare of healthy offspring; the .most serious, and de-i structive symptoms of Doth Jbody and mind arise The System beeomes deranged: the Physical and Venial Functions Weakened, -Losa of Frocreative . owerJJervous IrritabiIity.1iyspepsva,'nalpitatio!i .t-he Beart, Indigestion; Constitutional. Debility Wafting of the Frame, Cough. Consumption, and Death. ..- -i fx-i'.K. ' it j- lonrsxorf y v-.n Member bf tne Royal College of Surgeons, London; Graduate of one of the most eminent Colleges in the United States, and the greater part of whose lite has been spent ia the hospitals of London. Paris. Phila delphia and elsewhere, has effected some of tb.6 most astonishing euret , that, were ever . knowa : many troubled with, ringing in the head and ears rrhen asleep, great nervousness; being- alarmed atsudderi sounds,; aehfuloesr , with frequent blushing; attend ed sometimes with derangement of mind, were cure 1 mmediately.' m ' ti'-i.- i 1-.:h fv-. n eu i-.o TAKE - PAItTICULAR,! WQTICIE, ii Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured them , ; selves by improper indulgence' and solitary habits. ; which ruin both body and mind; -unfitting them for I either business, study, society, or. marriage. . . ? i These are some of t'le sad and melancholy effect ! produced by early baUts of youths vita - Weakness : of the Back and Limbs. Pains in the Head, Dimness i of Sight. Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Hearty-Dyspepsia. Nervous lrritaSiUty, Deranger ! uent of tne Digestive Functions, General Debility I Symptoms of Consumption, Aeiq troy ri! l i;:ii . Mbntam-y. Tbe fearful effeeta on the. mind ar ! much to ba dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion 0 Ideas, Depression - of Spirits Evil Forebodings Aversion to-Society, Self-Distrust, Love of Soli i tude. Timidity,' Ac., are some of the evils' prod need Thousands of persons of all 'aces! can now judge what is the cause of their declining health, losing . their viaor. becoming'weak, pale,: nerVOaa and etua. ciated. having a singular appearance about the eyes Cough and symptoms ol Consumption. 4 " Who have 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 aslaep, and, if not ; cured, renders marriage impossible, and destroy? ; both mind and body, should apply immediately . What a pity that a young -man, the hope of his couhtrr, the pride of his narents, Should be snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of life by the can' sequence of deviating from .the path of nature, and indulging in' a -certain secret habit." Such persons must, before contemplating ;1i f.j ... . .(.jf,, ....... ,..,s...i MARRIAGE,; - Reflect that a sound mind and body are the trios' necessary requisites tei promote' connubial i happi ness. . Indeed, without. these tbe journev through life becomes a eary pilgrimage; the prospect hour ly darkens to the view, the mind becomes shadowed with despair, and filled with, the melancholy reflc--tion that the happiness ef another becomes blighted .with our own.. . r . . .1 . ,, 1 . n , OFFICE, 7 South Frederick: Street, Left-hand side going from Baltimore street.-a Te 4eors from the'1cbrneiC.-;Fail'iapt7to,-pbserve.iname ! and number. . No letters recefved nniessi TJostnaid' and eon. tainins a stamp tQ.he used on the reply. . Persons ; writing should state age, and send, portion of ad-vertisement-deserfbingisyriHHoms.'o ; !-. ;.? . -The Doctor's DIPLOMA bangs in his office. ill' .- . j .. i-tyj ,. : : j i 1. j j. ni - H INDORSEMENT of the'.PRESS. The 1 many thousands cured at this estaolishmen i within the last twenty years, and the numerous im ! portant Surgical Operations perfqriped by Dr. John "ston,' witnessed by the reporter of Th Sun anH many other papers, notices of whiel) have appeared asrain and asain before the Dfiblic. besides his stand- ng as a rentlenian of character and respdneibility. ,a a sumcient guarantee , the amctecu .h-t,. 8KU!I . DISJA5J . BP J1S1LUX; sVUUUi. - junel9-dlv 'lllj . .. . . 1 I ill. : rT" ,1 TV l! - , f - , . . . The xperieooe of the -past, tan years' has demon- 'strated the fact that the utmost reliance may be planed in theeffioacy of,., .,4 .... .... ' BELL'S SPECIFIC, PILES "' r'the speeilv' and permanent "cure ' of Sehili aj - Weakness,. Kmissions.iPhyaical knili Nervous 'De bility, Impotence, or want of power, the, result of sexual exce s, or i ii -vj : ;mt uxiiFuiv in disc reti on : k . whiohi neglecttd. ruins tbe happiness and unfits the sufferer for Business, Social toociety or Marriage, ; -and often terminates in -an untimely grave. ..'Make .no -delay in seeking-,the, remedy. , BeU t Specific Pills can be used without detection or interference with business pursuits. r.'vA .';:,',". r.i f,.r,..( JIO faiANGEOFpiEX.IS NECESSAR1T, They are entirely. vegetable, and perfectly harm less on the system. 1 Ea ;h box contains. 60 pillsi with -full directions and a treatise on. tbe consequences ' and cure Price One Dollar. Beware of cbunter- feits t IHyba cannot procure them of your Dm g- f ist. send the moey to, Dr. J am es Brv an. Consul t ng'Pby8iciah,6"l& Broadway. New- York, and they will be sent by return et mail, free -troin..obserya. lion, r or saiu j urusmaus soucru. If you require a reliabe remedy to restore' you. "and remove irregularities or Obstructions. thy not nsethe best7('.-if ' ,.k:- v w 1 - f,"...- w. Evfrt lad know the slightest irregularity ofra tare is liable to bring Tin Headache, ttiddines,;Lvw Spirits, Faintirg, Hysterics. 4c then the bloom ol health fades, the appetite fails, and other symptoms . more-distressing oinraenee, ea , Vreak.nes3, - Spinal Comn'aint. the Whites. Prolapsus. c, 0. A never failing remedy will be found in .at -. (JDa. UARVEI:FEJJIAAJJPIL,JUS. - The experience of. thir y jeara has proved they have no equal for Removing Obstructions 'and Ir . rod-Ill. i-lliA. Kfl U jl'TTK 0L rKAM VRiV CAU8B THBV ' ABiSK. The -are safe and sure in every case. Up- wards of 50,000 boxes are 8t-Id annually, and no com plaint of Aheir effio.oy is ever heard, for, theao ..mnlUh what the .re reoresented to do.! ' Sold in boxes Containing Sixty ftiltz Prioe One Pollar. f ..,. ,1 . , . Till. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PILLS : "'is a remedy lour degrees stronger 'ti an' the above. -and intended tor special cases t iQRg inaing., .. . r. Price Five D oil ars per Box -' Tf voivcannot ourchase the Pills of Vour- Drug f ist, they will be sent by, majU pot paid, secure rom observation, on receipt of 4he money, by Dr. ! J AMES BRYAN, Consulting Physidiarfc 8ISBroai- t way, fjew ,t org. . r or eaie pa. lrnggista generauj.. .1'jri,RJa VALUABLE THAN, GOEIj J . , IilFE 'MTJOLS rfi puRiFY;TiiE BLoOd;' I'-'A 'RiMOVaV'1 HAryirjai, '" ;"DizzrNKss.' Giri'BrKsaa, '. -) DB0W8IBt8.4JNLaEA8N;UKBAMP.,UIJl- , . M?S3 OP SlOHT, ltDIGKSTION, ! ' , 1' 7v .Ci;amsth8 Stomach aktj; v tua,i Insure NEW LIFE in the debilitated, and ' ) '". Reatore tiie Sicfc to Perfect Meal tit if 1 ,,A -1 'PURELY VEGETABLE. : " ' i Try them !'JThey only cost 25 cental 'and if you cannot get them of your Druggist, send the money to Dr. JAMliS BRYAN, Consulting Physician. l' t 81iJroadway New York, ! And theylwtUbesehtby return ot jnail. Tpostpaid . For alel Druggists generally. iv dec20-d&wly j . . - a ,1 . sa aa-r sTjpFER ;:isrw;:;ivioRE: ' ! When by the use of DJt. JOINVILLE'S ELIX- ER you can be curedpermanently. and at a trifling 'cost.' ' "-" - " ' - -.The astonishing success which has attended this invaluable medicine for Physical and ' Nervous Weakness, General Debil ity and Prostration,' Loss of Muscular Energy, Impotency, or any of -the con- sequences of youthful indiscretion, renders it tne most valuable preparation ever discovered. - ; U will remove all nervous affection, depression. excitement, incapacity to study or business, loss of ' memor,' 'cCnfusieii, thousht of 'Sfelf destructioni learS Oil 1UBU1I.J''W. . tt.l A w uiv ..f HCLikD, renew the health of those who have destroyed it by 1 sensual eXoess or evil praetiees 7,t '',; : -Young Meo- be humbugged no more by Quack ''Doctors" End" igrorant practitioners,' 'but send without delay for the Elixir, and be atoncerestored te health and happiness. A Perfect cure is Guar- anteed in every instance. ! -Pricei 1, orjoux bottles - to one address, f 3 , , , . - ... .k . , One bottle is sufficient to effect a cur in all ordm- :.r .Da... -.-Ml. -t--- : 1 -.'- mALSO. DR. JOlNVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for- the speedy 'and permanent cure- of Gonorrhea, b Gleet, Urethral Discharges, Gravel. Stricture, and all anections OI ine Iiauejs auu uinuucr. vures. effected in from one te five days. They are prepared trom vegetable extracts .that are harmless. on the system--and never nauseate the stomach or impreg nate the brealh. 'No change 'of diet' 'is necessary whiio .i,ituT t.hfcm. nnr'does their action in any man- ner interfere with business pursuits. Price, fl per ,i -Either of the laboye-mentioned articles. will Joe sent to any address," closely sealed, and post-paid, by mail or express onreoeipi tC price.; j Address all orders- to . . , i ixir-.i BERGEK, SHUTTS & Co.; Chemists. i .,. ; ,,.-.-0. 25 River street.. Troy, Nk. Y, ,mre-awijr . . i Jexciior!,;;excelsio H ai r, Ext eTmi n at 6 i-1 ! xy.f 6a FonKcmoying Superfluous, Hair. frTo lha ladies espeoiaily.this invaluable depilatory recommends itself as being an almost indispensable -article to fema'e beauty;.ia easily applied, aoea not burn or injurs theskin. but sets directly on the roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from low foreh'eadsiwfrom any.ipartof tbebody. completely. IrttelwdiJta .i j.v,i.tn.. ;n'oT tence. Pnce75 cents per pack- .i ri.L.Tiaid. to any address, on receipt of an (order, by-'L, orrriTTsiMA rmliti xnaras-dawlfl-.-iLilsili Luc .JiLiiy COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENTRAL RAILWAY. TrOJ'S A N DCSK1, . .TOLEDO, DE, w 1Rvi1,Ri5h'noni. Indianapolis, Lafayette, Springfield, 111 Terre Haute; Evans villa. Lonisi viile, Cairo, Sf.Louis, Chicago, and all points West and South,- f ilo chauge rears between Columbus ani'Indii aoap.ihs. 1 - ' - ,.( j r FOUR TRAINHT leave C Jnmbuv daily'as fo lowsjOsundays excepted): ....?. .u i u4:&hA: 7; MAI L-AmVes at Urbsra 7:12 A. M.- Bellefbntafne 100 A. M. Sandusky .) R-tl riqu4aA. M.; L,ima SSO H. M ; Toledo fi-SS P by which passengers leaving f!nlnniKn. s k ... ins; can reach Chicago ' tha tame evening. i i'-oi k"pii DAY' EXPTJ tSS ArVTvSs1 at Piqua 3:13 P:- M.r Lima Mi P. M-: Ricbmfnd 1 p! MCbioago80A,M.:IndianapoIis9,-ooP.M 1, av-en3iIUi-.'V.;.L,ouisr,la A'4 M.r Terre Haute Pai.a4:2o A . M : St. Louis 830 A7 M. 'This trara StTereroute- & - etOO P.- irr. TOIE DO, FLPRES Arrtvea dusUk,b60 A2-7 $M ,,f05.t-,i.n9 dusay 030 A.. M.i Piqua8:4S P M.i L maJ:0A- irSi .VS-- 8engers taking tois route ri rive avcbicago- at noon the following day, 84 h'urt a adyan,ce v any other, route. p -1?il5 A.W. NIGHT EXPRESSArrlveaat Rich mond 5 05 A. M . ; Chicago 10 AS P. M . W IntiT oiis 9.00 A,'M.r Lafette li:l p m gTfi1? 85 P M.; Quincy 3 O0 a. M.i iu&Ti,Ia430 kfc Terre Haute 12:10 h M i vaiviLU V m"; Mattoon3:l6 P. M.-CawovfcCO .JL - hll Paoa 5 10 p' L 8i , Leuis Mjoo P; M. , This uainrr.ves at iiC liouis S hours 10 advance'tit any-'ther route' ' " ew .jJtatei Room -jSleepint Art injnigh - All changes; imade "In 'Tnlor -T)eVoti; tf Baggage Checked through, tjo .all principal points, . Z&ch itf T Tif BWHM0M). AND rNDIAkr " J U. D0TES' Ticket AkenU,CblnWi: P. CB A1TDLSR; GeO.1 Icket Agt f .V r ' . f.J M LjjiT, Superintendent. , flndianapolia'.'' apl2$ ' 1 ."e;! 6,-rvrvjrrg. f I j ri 1 t , j-t u in iT rS'ii ttlcnmond JOA: M.tt; uj- Tii "Via a PirMA llf 0-f, hl.t Springfield. 1U.. 7:15 A.M.: OaincT l-ao p m -i v, 1 . COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENTRAL RAILWAY. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND— DAYTON & WESTERN - e , . f . - - It RAILROADS. f -. , j 0 iUi.iAt .,-: . V . OX AJSJ AFTTiRXt 'APRii&3 1 FOR ciircrHii'ATi; XOUIS tilxe, aieo sit :'w 'LOUIS, -DAYT01T, RICBUDND? 137 J'f '"'''dIANAPOXIS &-CH1CAGO f ;r.if 21 '" hf.: fq . . , OTtfhnnf tt.Tra nf ...r. IT 4 itnV'' i" fivtWV' (. 'MOND. and only one change ef tmrw toLX-iA DUNAPOI.wd.tmCAGO. ' JA - oU' ConhectioBs are reliable as follows t , tJT vFIRST TRA?N ,ifrsiII!cI (Dailytxcept Moprisy, win. Morrow, Loveland and PlaiTiTifie, arrrvihg at Cincinnati at 6J3 A: M. ,4 ";i .cX 3o-p '.-, 7,ri lit 17 y SECOND TRAINS I? ttt . j-.i tji I tAaiiy except Sundava.) t Leaves at.5:0O,A. M. ..for, Cincinnati Dayton! itienmona, Indianapolis and stops at West Jeffer son. London, South- Charleston, Xeni Sprin . Valley, Lorwin. Morrow, South Lebanon. Foster'. Loveland, Milford, arriving at Cincinnati at ifl-xd uisvillen0in8 it -h M"liLiL?l tosmwsjfej THIR TRALNv-noJ shiuil (Daily except SuBdarsJ Xeavesaf feaJPM. for Cincinnati n4 Daytbr. 'natiJ3Pir aux except Dunaays.y y u "" i:" ,r ni TOFijjrnoinan, stopping -.f ;a Align. W est Jefferson. Jiondon, South Charl.es- Jon, . Selpia. Cedarville. Xenia.'-Spring' Varley. t Cor wm.- Morrow, Loveland. and arriviiur. attUM- , : cinnati, at 10:35 A.. M -, , ' 1 '"' t-.t .a-ff ;!nvn 9rfJ Sleeping Care are ott alf Nlgrht Trains? New- EreigfcQ The Chiearo GreatEasterBv and Inttle Miami Clnmbus A Xenia. and Dayton, A Western Rail roads bare so erranged tHeir TimeTabtes asito make direct connections witbFeigtt trains at Richmond in 'both direction, inakjng tae tjme fcom ColumbuS to Chicaso 33 hours;'" 1 "-,r'l-.i - to Chicago 33 hours ; " ' T'HEyRY BROOKSJTicetArtT'f .r .m i fiimiT a . ii"lfl.T? er.TicketiAg'L.f":', "'fJ ni : weoDWARDt rjMPPHW; 7,H a?.t, . SnTlftn nt.n. 1...f 1 Coltfmb'us April 251. i ..iR -tiftvj.f,, Loaves. -at l:20".A. M. for Cincinnati.' cTreier ville an4 ' Lancaster Chillicothe and Marietta : stons at Londnnt Sooth Churl Great Northern and Eastern Route. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— Ears Cincinnati Railroad. Ii-r.--'Uxst30alJy-T J except sunday ; ; From Columbu. in cohnection wita Trains on' the Little iami Ac Colnmbus Sc Xenlat U V .:f. !' " !; J-n; . r WIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Colembos at7iap A.M.. W ill stop at Delaware, Cardington Gifead. GAlioh.Creetliue, Sholbr.' Wew Lndos, "WelirBgj. ton, Grafton .d Berea. e.rriving at .t level and at 6J5 A. M-.'ew York 7:00 A. M. This train leaves tiunda-r nlgbti but sot Saturday J5' ..-NO. a ACCOMMODATION Leaves Colawbus at 5:00 A. M." Will slop at all way sU tions .' This train start fiOiRtle Freight Yard., "oiJo'I NEV-YORK -EXPRESS: Ijeaves Co'nmbns at 11:10 A.M. i ill stopatDelaware.Cardingtob-.Gal-1oo, Crestline. Shelb.v." New London; Weliingtos), Oraffxin and Rerea Arrir. at P.-vl.tul at a-Sll P. MJNew York next day at 3:45 P. M.1 - !j ""' MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at i P. . i -. Will stop atf.Wrthi: ston.Lewia Center. Delaware. an all Stations to- &helb.v,and Shil , Ntw London. Wellington, irsftonend Berea. Ar rive at. Cleveland at.:20 P, M., New York 10JO PJtf. SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION YIADEfc A WAKE Leaves Columbus at 3:45 P. M. xWiJl step at aH stations beta can Columbus and. priro field, arrivine at 1 Vela are at .:50P.M.. Spriptd TflSF.M. This train leaves r-pringfield at 7:15 A. MvatriveeM Delaware at-85 A.. Al.;: Columbus. 11.-00A.M. . TrslT," i-iT-.f .. - JSIA. s-nv? Patent SIepIiK Cans are rssn on all AiSht 'trains to Chicane, ' i- '." Ienr lorU atad ' ':iiioi -I'-.i't 34 Pw.ioia,..Sti.ni.8 iuwq iJf J..JWT.." -.!,', ! .-.!.-. T.-14ir.T.-. ' Baggage checked through fo New YoTkand Boston, via Cleveland : '.ls. td Philadelphia and ' Nirht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:05 A.M.'7 : Cinoinoatl Exprca? arrives at -Oolambus at ,138 noon. t a f : r j . Mail Train krrives at Columbua'at BioP.M;.-oI : Springfield Accommodation arrives atColumbaS t :".m . ' Tl -; Fare as Low as by any Othe Rontda '-I' :AaV fnr-Tinkata Via Great ine.av ClnSfnlari r f V- v-.- EtB. PLINTH - t rt , ..Superintendent, Cleveland; Ohio. jAiucB r iTKavn," ' '.," ri '- )J . -i Agent, Columb ,Ohiof : . i fi 'f- ; it'i.i rn,v BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. OHIO DIVISION C'lO f-.i -.ifaltrwi ,'i'i'wtw''.ir!HC.t" .rm7 Connoctiiff 'at BellaW'fifor: 'asiiigtoiii'CitV d hrs -Ballanibro,-PhJladelphJaj Kw;York, ;.f AND ALL EASTEnrj CITIES. I T fT:I -l V: '.7 ;' ;..t, -i THIS ROUTE. OFFERS THE ADVAN .. tage of a through ticket 'and baggage check ' Was hington U t y. and aiso gi ves : t ne -paseec ger , ,- privilege of. vim ting Baltimore, 1 biladeiphia Nw York, at the cost ol a New York tioket aloil nr thA'nriviiAire of visiting all of -the nrjnoinal i board. cities at the cost of a Boston ticket alone. other rentes. ' - '' i -v tl:.'' .!.-; Through. ticRets to Jew r org can De procured Washington City, at an additional expense of t? 9 Two Trains daiiyy dunuays exeertea. leave Co Iambus as foUows : . . - ., . " tiitH A. M. MORNING KXPKESS trom Dnir n Depot Arrives at Zanesville at 8r05 AMv Bellaire at 1:00 P. M : Cumberland at 12:25 A. M.; Bait more at .755 A. M.: Washington City at 8:1 A. M ' i eino M. EXPRESS from -Unioh Deoot- r- rives at Zanesville at 20PM.pBeHaire at : ?P. M.: Cumberland at 6:00 A. M.;' Baltimore at Ar P.M.;-VasMngtonat50P.Mi i.;-il or e .Jf .-f 6 -.30 P. Ml ACCOMMODATION to; Zanesvills only. ....... RivA trains ' dailv tSnndavs exoentedT froia Washington' ot Baltimore, for Philadelphia. ,-aad New York. ., . -. . Sleeping cfcrs en au night trains.-. vino t$g AW voir Tickets Via Jlellairo f JNO Li WILSON. Master of Transportatioa, " 'L: M. COLE. General Ticket Agent, - ii 7i; I s: J Jf O. in j. X Atl VI t' iel, jraasenger, Afhli jan . M ' ' i i 'I'll.", -i i ill- l'ifcil ni,itiiniK' Jan Ji"jmv. .ERPOOJt eaUinf st-QUEESSTOWN. v c rom riew-xora every jit eaueeaay. - Trom Liverpool every Taesda, . .i .itJJ From Queenstown every Wednesday, , ,, RtTra. or PA8SAG.Qabin, tso ( Id). Steer. Sge,30 fearrciicv). 'cteorase -tickets- Irani Lirer pool.er Quebsewnet Jew rates. . ., . Drafts lor sale oh Great Britain .and:. Ireland. "For Steerage raasag e.appli t d-ib.rjtTf 10 V 61 RICHES nXOOELEjf Afiiitiii, . 5 U N.10t &TJ2i HilKtreet!g