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Gho Ir t ths arrival and" darturVef Tsrafn at Co lumbus, Ohio; On and: after iianday, April 59, 1887, rains will ran as follows : ... :-u J. x; A 1 1 jy. .1 Cleveland CoSTiEi'lras ac CInUl It. It Tfk Express :.'.I..;, T:1D A, M,...' A. M. j-o. 1 Accommodation....... iM A,H. 7:40 P.M. T- ew.Yorlt Knr.a 11-10 A ' M 12:00noori. P M .fcpringjelj TUUlwrV;.-j4 P, aI. io-s A, M. Xti trali leaves SW night not Saturday. 'T'mr.o r,,1M.;l ' o.t P M O-in V M. t tit i'-i'ul -. JAMES PATTERSON AaaBt.i t i Urtlatal & Colnnibus &erjla R,li'. jCinoinaatl.Psyton.Riehm'i.'.'i-i.-j.-J-'J s:7 .i.i'l - Chicago : Cireleviilej -ljan- .vt-. ;-m i;t f ns tt 'Waster. LUllsbcroana Cb.il- -n-f 1V: w i,.i- liooso-..Ju.i.i.-i....-.i. 130 a. ra. .13:50 a. ra. Vineinnati. Dayton, tiveaoa 4 tell Tia London. . . i . . i . P- - I 0 pVtn. nfx reo oi.ui J .i ui' T . LOITRH "Aeritl' Baltimore lbl Rallroadi Central ;awa.4j n-3 Obi Division.- T V Nfcrht Express learea Columbus at . 15 Ax M. Uj.htnin.KtnrMi" " " 11:10 A.M. Miil and EinrMS' - . ;t r.TV-.-VYlsMP. 11. .rf j. r K Sght Express arrives at Columbni r:To A.'tt. No. Mail fs'i:.; ; V (UA. M. No. 10 LightnlngExpress ,m-if.fi ;': 7 ;0P.ll. VT. i. FELL. Agent. Jitiii ti rift oiuimlbni Ciini It ' li., lJfbinir Exprsa-U liliA. lim'i t' 53P.M. il and xireM ll&S A. M. i ' 11.8 A. M. ii,en,Vork i.xra..iaia P.M. X9.-00 midnight , , J. -B.'PETEKS." Aenl., Col urn baa mnA tndSa.na.9eUs Central rmi Efii";ii..'i.'vt.".M':2S A. M;J, 1 Ai M i b-trff xrre8a...;ir..V.S:45 P.M.- JO AM. .VY.zpe&ul.vs.li P.M - 1:SAP.M. 1'iqtua Acoommodation. ,;:.1. :15 A. Mi v 350 Pj IL . ' vq;aI HILL; Agent. aUkftttsfey JTXanafflelA Aene-ewartc CtilK. AT XTW4ULX(MATJtJwijtjt. jEx9rNi::. l.s.lW9 KJirhUi i -i' A.' M. tAocmiodatjoa-ie:15 A-M. -. r- 11:30 A. M. i oiiaii. u k PJ1. ! ' " t 12:U P-M A. W. Dennib. Agent.'I .BP-- n-T f ju-i , "- -; i 1 RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. Closing and Arrival of Mails RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE COLUMBUS POST OFFICE. .-.A CL08IS. C..'Ci B. R.l .i.a IIS 30:4- 1350 . 7 JO Sasteni Way iiaila, C JU-m i .0 ir itt M-t 4C.R.R JIWS .iiiUJJl2ao tCorUi west, via Ft,"V7. A ! 1 ' ' " " i A ' ' . Chieao. rla CP ii C J ' M.i y : C.4C.R.B i 4s4u wi . .4.,7:80 .ItUa Miami R.B-,throBga J ,:15 1:15. 15 !tt!e M!ami R. R: Way. 1104 H:4Q 1238 ;: t40 ItLf O.Jl. ,-iRv? Newark ' f" r.t niw j5nTlle A Wheeling.. llUS-. -i8.u30 ,C. 0.B: B.;.-Wr;iVAUi -w a i ...J)-t! :30 at! PJk Lv-thronch A wayi-J ..IDOfLa CireleriUe, ChilUoothe A . . !t-'L Portsmouth ..fc2;.-Vi:v.i; 1":89.. -.; ; 730 Lancaster. OMoUw.-.wuJ-U.'.-MJlli... J.TO Fast v ay, National Read10K -.u-cj.i-1330 U.t..Vemoa Way. Wester-f-i i" . Tille.&Oiiiai-ti.it.'i.v.J i fcSH 6f..vijJ30 Forth Columbus and Cliaa- -j- - tODTi '-ir-. ri--... --"' "iMiinf? 151:30 lashin?tonC.HTiaHar-l , r .,nT., n ri.bnrs - -sftri-weeklkyJ I '-n -.r.', : R l ?. - ays and Saturdays.. 1 . ) ' t . L Centre Villair. (tn-weea-i . rly Tuesdays, ThursdayeV "'and iSaturdayst-. .v.'.-. . ;.ljuir.,r.i:.U3o 7. r I- . rm.- t n'nWV jt'iKf .nd closes at TP,M. Sundays,opeas,a,WAiM., aad'eloses at 3 A. M. " ' Aief:iii Kflja at SKP.IL . 1 JULIUS J. WOOD, Postmaster. JULIUS J. WOOD, Postmaster. Romantic Marriage—The Bride of Five Minutes Bids Adieu to Her Husband. Her Husband. [From the St. Louis Republican, May 7.] la thfrproper column this-paper the found a notice of the marriage of Miss X25ajma P. Jones to, llr.4 William Ander- oni 'Whlea occurrence tooJcplacelastSnn d&y rjaornipsr, at St. Georre' Church.. 15 -i rilJiia7anuouncenierit,,,will doubtless, as tonish many of the rrieuds And acquaint :Janfee 6f the bride and groom. The yoong 3iadr is"a resident tof Carthage Tllinois, and u An a.-visit ta some friends i a this city. When the lcltljome she had hot the 'nbost Ve'molar idea of changing' hentame,', The t ceptlemarj, who was so -happy- a& .to.; meet his ideal of beauty at encix a time,- urged 8lii8r,cft96',witti fervid eioquencev and pleaded Hbtlrl vain. "This happened on: - Satutday leYeningk On the following Sunday jnorn-;-?rrg a small r wedding- party entered 'St. ; Oeorse's' Church, and two bearts were "made onfe by the sacred tond8 bfrmatri naony; softer the marriage knot was tied, .the happy bridegroom told the bride that fihe Was theV.BOn. cf an English nobleman, v end 'possessed more than hia proportion bt -hla world's goods ia his own right, without reference to "great-expectations? of pa ternaHnheritance. " This fact he hadhth--rertostudiouslyvithheld, and the disclosure rjrored a delightful chapter 'ot- thi3 jp 3 iaance6f reality. ' -Vs .-'.'.""'. c? j Another and concluding chapter. Vfas to follow, which was not so pleasant to the contemplation of either of the twain made o8e,'tnd contained a most unusual incident to such occasions. Indeed, it was the most 3 romantic circumstance pf , this most roman ftc storyi After the usual congratulations 2"Wereovery the wedding party retired from 'tfle, tharch.1 "While' on the steps of the sa Icred edifice; Uiej bridegroom informed the tWldeiand-tbe AStooUhed company that . tlmsine5sl-offlmportince called him td'our fclYcSterti frontier, And ,that he. would be compelleda 19 leaye immediately "for, Tort irilev.:' A earriags 'Was ia- waitings into v?iich ehe" rstepped;- and bidding 'bis fair ctrlde adieu; soon vanished from slghthe f.4id cot faint, fall,1 And contribute to an ex oittng scene? for he bad taken the precau tion to whisper in ber(ear that he would be "absent bnly live weeks, ah,d advised her. in rthe E2eantime to-be as happy as she -could, and make preparatlona ior a voyage to nglaod oa-his- return'--i i.-- . . " -.Tf. : : -!-: - . ' .-.iBilw-i-'O'-j i How to Choose a Husband. .If.a man wioea Jbis feet on,,the door-mat before' feomihg into the room, you may be a J .. 1 1 J sure oewilimaKeagooaaomesuc nusoanu. Jf man, lmBnufSng the canttles,puts'thm - Jh" 1iri' mow hn on vo Tna. will make a at.iihid IsImsbancU If -a man 'puts l handkerchief 1 on his knees while taking tea, you may be Surg Otfc t,m ly fk, prvuw.; uueuaui r iu me came way, always mistrust the man who frill not JAketheylastpiece of toast, tut irefera waiting for the next warm batch; ft Is hot unlikely that tie will make afereedy and very selfish husband, with whom you will enjoy TiorbTownJ at dinner, no crust at tea; no peace' whatever tot home. Tiie. man, my dears, who wears goloshes,: Anxits careful about wrapping ihimsell up before venturing Into the night air, notun-j - f-Erently makes arood invalid husband, f Ui at 'mostly stops at nome,'and is easily comforted with slops., The man who watches the kettle and prevents its boiling over, wilt cot tail,1 my dears,- in his married .stateia exercising the same care in always tikeplngthe pot iniling"Thevman'Wbo doesn't take tea, ill treats the cat, takes " snuftj stands with his back to the fire.s a JVrjite wiipIjKQlulij'pt Adylsiypiiy r dears, tb marry upon any consideration, aUViov friT lrivtnr mnpxr hilt most, dfiirled-. ly not for love. But the man who, when 1 tnete5Tircrverri discovered IdThave Jiad Patience like his deserves being rewarded wlthtbes Jest.;Of wives,;and J,he7.best of motners-ln-law My dearswhen you meet with such a man,dq your , utmost to marry him. In the severest winter he would not itihi? roinff to bed firsti---Puncft. , The Beauty of Old People. Men and women make their own ttcairty or their bwri ugliness. Lord Lytton speaks of,a man who "was uglier tham he had any "business to be ';' and if he could but read it 'every human being carries his life in bis face, and ia good jlooking or the reverse as that life' has been good or evil. On our -features-the-- h ne-ch IseP-of thought an d emoUQr J3r eternally at werk :Beauty is not the monopoly ot blooming young men, HAiid of 1 white and pink maidens. - There .18 a xlow-gTowing beauty which, only comes' to perfection in old age. Grace belongs to no period of life, and goodness improves the 10116.5,11, exists, fiL have ; seen sweeter smUeson a lip of seventy than upon a lip of -seventeen There is tbeuty- of youth, and there is also the beauty of holiness a bantv rj?uch-more seldom met, and more r'treQuently lound In the arm-chair by the fire, with the grand-child round its knee that in the ball-room.pr promenade. . Hus oand and wile, who have fought the world side by AideV'tf ho have made common stock ot joy and sorrowed grown aged together, .5reVct uLrrequenUrioubd curiously alike in personal appearance, and in pitch and -tSne bT vblcrfust as twin pebbles on the beach, exposed to the same tidal influences, eachother'fsecoBdeliUe has gained ,hood intoJull relief. She has gained a ' SiSStMATB foU to her" crmaniiood.J " 1 d-ouxa 1 Battle Pieces. t Tha, .London. Cot&i7ournal remarks: Whoever cares to look through the battle; .pljtnTe3 in illustrated; serials wiuftnd mucq . JortoDishment.;. -Though the contest may I rage, at its. climax, nb disagreeablt smoke clouds the' combatants, but every object is jreveajd with obliging clearness.- , Some flringmay oii here and. there, but the .field uriapruicipallyoccupied by infantry .cxiariDe.with tha bayonet. In precision, t.roops,:mov6 so beautifully that a, straight lino drawn. fron the tip ot the bayonet. of thelrst man on the left .would just gjraze . every intervening noiutv. not oue . wcapoij .blagja.i, ! hair's . 2 breadth, beyond, the ltpe,.qr ..snort j ot . it.. , Jiivery. jeic . nana gripAo tber barrel at the same distance Irorn the.; band every richt hand ex ;ct1y,clutches.the small ol the piece ; every ebutt protudes tothe same distance in the -rearin Andeo perfectly "dressed", is tlie .-line .that-it eath man should glance to the :xiht or left,,'beL would see precisely the re- quired "buttons" 00. his neighbor's coat; -AUightieg? .are stepping out at,tho same! time', and all tltcle&t heels are at the samd .elevatiarr behind, j Looking at such. a pic-1 jturev one cannot help calculating the effect otja, tingle shot .enlilading , the line, 'and ;-Clippiug off; fifty or;s ixty heads at once. , It would be s fatal -a& Munchausen's ramrod, FhJ-pitiil a whole, .platoon ;pf birds at one fire, "or a? the nwondrousj cannon " ball -discharged by the.besieged Major Qahagan. The Freemasons of France. The French Freemasons are about to hold aninteroationAl festival. iThe Grand Ori ,ent of France 'Will celebrate the summef .solstice-, by a, festival aud banquet, which willjtake place. on, the. 15th of June.; At 'this imtetlng the presidents or delegates of .all the iodcesi ili be assembled, and doubt-! . less thej Universal Exhibition will attract a jgreatnHaiber'of .Freemasons. from every quarter (of the. globe... The Grand Orient, in this exceptional circumstance, thought It a gpQd ppportunity, to" unite the links "whicfk-bind, the 'scattered members "of the 'Masonic -t)rotherhood,.and..the Orient in "vltei the Freemasons of the; grand lodges and lodges to join in 'the 1 characteristic festival,-Nvhfeh. wllf be held on the loth of rJitoWIMt i-Kli''ou'. . rr. ' -. -9ipArIiwriCito thB bouse of the priest to confess his sins, and passed into the kitchen to ask Ar -the htfly-father, but perceiving , that there yv as no one in the room, while a 'jliiift ham was lying on the table fresh froiri . the market, Pat lost no time: in securing the prize. Hiding it as, well as he could under his coat, he proceeded to the apart ment frtherpriest, and Baid it , -. - "Here,--your -riverence is - a fine leg of bacon whiph I stole and brought as apres "ehtt6?yohr holiness;-Will you take it?' "Take .it I" 6aid . the confessor, . t'by no meape, carry; It back instantly.'. ,;r,f'Faith ; an'rl; did. Sir, . and he said he wouldn't take it by' no means." - Very VftlV. then, Patrick, you may keep iv, .- . ., .' '.. ' ... ''.Ahrrjl'oe absolved, your riverence?'? "aehianded Pat.:. ' , ' :; . : . I' ,' Yes; it is ' yourself the owner will not .lake it back.';, ; v; . .... ;, .. , f., ;.VG'o6d-f mortn'S;, God bless ye ;, long life ; to' your riverence" ' " , -..:''.'. .' -i NOTICE. TO. RAILRO ADCO NTR ACTORS. J"". It !'.'.- '"- - t n . , SEA CCD PItOPOSAl8 VIL.ti BE RE r peired at the office of the Mineral Railroad 'Company, in the city of Columbus, Ohio, until 1 Wednesday, tlie 23d Inst., at noon, for the grading?, masonry and bridzing of the 1st Division of their road, extending from the city of 'Corumbua' 'to' the city of Lancaster 31 rinses. .., .' , -...0. ' Also, for the- furnishing of the iron chairs and rptkes,1 layiDg of -track and ballasting of the-road between tbe tame points. Proposals will be receiv ed for one section or more,. ,1 Alsu, separate propopa's will be received for the -eons true t.ion of two bridges acros the Scioto river Kaod pTie.brtdge serosa tbo Canal near and in the city of Columbus. Bids lor the - masonry and bridges may be made separate if partie- choose. Prepesals will also be leceived at the time and place above named, for the grading, masonry and , bridging, of -the 2d division, extending irom the eity. of Lancaster to the town of Kelson ville 3u miles; ' ; : Alao.:for the furhishsng of the iron, chairs and gpikes, laying of track and ballssting of the road. Proposals will also be received at the same time and p. ace, for the grading, masonry and bridcing of the 3d Division, extending from the town of Nel sonville to Athens 14 mi lee, and for tbe f urnisb-t ing of the iron, chairs and spikes, layingof track and ballasting of the rcacLbetwcen same points, t .j.Prcflleg, plans ai.d specincationsof the work may Desen".t the .Company's office, in the city of Co ' ItHTtbus, en-and after the 13ttrinst.-''' ' 1 The Con piny reserve the right to reject any and aULbids it they .deem it for their interest. u.. '. - M. M.GREENE. r Columbus, May 3,1867, ; 1 Vioe President. t r rai4rdtf -: . . . 1. ; SPRING AS D SUMMER GOODS. :o; HUNTER'S . otMiig Emp orinra, iAjHyl!il26 South High St., ', COILiUMMUS, OHIO. nan: I HAVE JU8X RECEIVED- THE ! largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of , , ,;, UTrencli, r ! Enfflish and 7. Jomestio. .Clotli Ca simere., For Gentlemen's wear, which I will sell at thelow 1 est Cash prices. . ; . . Also keep constantly on hand a well selected Xoek of . , READY MADE CLOTHING. I f 1 1 HT UTT1ur.G.T ' J 220 South High street. ,k: 0AU1BU, , . X. KATTHXW8, ",-Late of Mason Co.; Ky ' ' Of Maysville. Ky. -1 0. TLSOW, -': - ... 'Mrt'rt:. . ! ?iate of MU Sterling, Ky. , , 'Mcliki'- Hotel. ; '"r e a;trOKMSKLT DKNNISON BOUSKP , ALLEHER, KSLSOS' & C0fl Proprietors. Fiftii Street near Main, -,-,r-This House feaving been thoroughly repaired n ovsted and newly furnished, is now open. J V a T9n'Ut-L - ' ; ' M'-j: i PROP. S. S. PINNEY'S ui tU tf GRAND EXHIBITION i!JLT O IT X S 'S'CHOOL, r. ilii;;' ,V7ill be given at the OPERA HOUSE, Tuesday Evening, May 14, 1867. Tickets fr sale at Seltzer's Musio Store. Chil dren,35 cents; Adults, 75 cents.- ; : - maj3-dlUt v.:'T - - . ' ' Imposed akiehd&ieht s 'f i"' 'Jiil t i I . i . . TO THE., CON8LTI.TU.TIONI 1 1'-. 'the "state op onio' OFriCJS Olf. JME 8ECKETABY. OP STATE i av i u.a n Henrv KmitD; rspcretarr ot nta.te fit ma "Stare of Ohio, do hereby certily that the following "'is' a-trne copy of a joint resolution, passed by tbe 'General Assembly ot tne rtate ot unio.on ineetn day n April. A. O. J 867, taken from the original rolls . on file in this office. . In testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed i, i ' iuy name and affixed the Great Seal of the L.s.l State of Ohio, at Columbus, the Gih day of April. A. I I8GV. WILLIAM HENRY SMITH, -i - J i Secretary of State. ftf. A RESOLUTION ' j;ti Relntive to an amendment of the Constitution pro- viding for , tbe extension ; of the elective fran- ' chise,.-' , )f " r . ' Ji folved Ty the General Assembly of the State o Chief (three-fifths of the members elected to each 1j House aareoi Dg thereto) That it be and is hereby nroDoaed to the electors of this State to vote, at the next annual October election, uprn the approval or rejection of the following amendment as a substi tute for the. first section of the fifth article of the Constitution of this State, to-wit i ivery male citi ' car of the United State?, of the ace Of twenty-one - years, who shall have been a resident of the State one.! year next preceding the election, and of the (. county ..township,, or ward in which he resides, such ' . time as may be provided by law, except such persons 1 as have borne arms in sopport of any insurrection or - rebellion against the Government of the United States, or have fled from thetr plaeos of residence to ' othave deserted the military or naval tervice of said Government in time of war,' and ttave not subse 4unntlv been honorably discharged from the same. -snail nave ine qoaiiuuauouBui ui eicoior, ana De en titled to vote at all elections. " ED. A. PABROTT. sit-Jl ?. Speaker of the House of Representatives. L J' ' p-sw i AM DREW G; McBURNEY. President of the Senate. Passed Aprtre,186T.-. - r api8-dlaw6m-r . . ; . , " 1 ' : ' PHY5ICIAil & SURGEON. PAESONS' BLOCK, COB. HIGH ft TOWN ! m ;--;f.ss if ' t :"- - ! h'k? : ' ; COLUMBUS, O. I KKiTiXlCCwtr KE C0GD3 Received-this day at llfMMt'fiOmES ; .);(; nolJo. .aoo'A .CI IjAA Jtw-m t '..t oi -fftfl -I!ti I .o7. ;-iiii HJiii-l'.iv'l V.aitiI f. r.l t'll'l JfF. .VMcTVA.T SOUTH; EIGrBTSTIffiEtT, W;I UKWi-iO;) '!! cfM,l DRE$&:G09nS;!rt no r I r.-li- in .nj .7 PL A I N M Etl.1 NOJt ? r V . . . , . i : -1 ,. , , f 7 riiAlKirOl'UNiJ.ia 7iaVl :"ioi '-i'.rx4! Y A T V -V llAllT T i" . . r m :7 f,.jjiHKvr:oa 1 eDEIAlirfiSsril t.Ui-MSlv ffCOBURGSv'-'S" -ifJ TABLE L1NEXS, --J .r-:rrc Sa !! 911 itir-jl iarlitA OPERA FLANNELS, 41 & 1 ill I Jl i aj vouv.a ua uJLaUiJ fii.i ' :i la afMTTi t iVTn -Tr . t-t .vnf .i'it-ft.t Ufi -il-Pi A -.1 -.'? to nOOP SKlRTS,-ot w! ') -1 .u -J 77 EMBROIDERIES fn A 5k ; . h.'i.r.ui ITNE.XACESi Ai lui. rio:Ur LINEN QANDK7FS, .5um';o ?l ,iiih3 tf HOSIERY Ai9fi 'GLOVES, Ac, fcc. aag34 ?fM3 ftriT ..':f vi:l.'. v;n A ji..) t.'-r 1 '('. m ' :.t i , ;it .y. it f ALU. XII I A 1 b'.- tisl J lOwnetJaiid Operated by.,,,1. ' 1 j-'i'.-: J.'iJiOver bibre than' .-IJ'IJ.AJT t ) '.-.tT'Ar. -y; And to' more Wan thl -loiu-if FOU fTTEEN : U UN p p EDO FF! C ESf; : And tarongh'tlicni to1 I.! I Mora than r4;0dQ. Cftiea and Towns. ! . .. i :.-' At Just and Liberal .Bates. Based ort DISTANCE and COSTJ ' ?:! t : 7'-' v L-i ,..'m-! j OufLInes, are constantly Entending, j j A NI) wiQ soon ,' exceed those jrr.a ' by both iha ; J. American and, U,S. Express Co's ..... j C Over $100,000 per month ' Are now saved to Express Shippers "by this Com- ; panr, and thia aaving can be made permanent bv I ; eontinuin; the: Mine liberal patronage hitherto giv ! mn if Ti!rruwi.n.. .mii.mm a... n.uu-- A 1 as that we may rely npon the public confidence atul ! support,' ' which we hop tu merit always. - : OFFICE No2T East Atate Street.. , H-uAoMNSONf - v-Agent. ,. feblalSro, .... ,..n.t.': i., : ,.: . .i i vTEASl OTEAS t ;-. ;::h, e-si ,11:.-- ; ; ; ; ; ? (. THE ' ' AlTTEJtTlOlf 1 OF DEALERS Hotel K eepers and Familiea desirous of obtaia ng choice Teas at reasonable rates, ia respectfully irectea w our . . ,'COJIPLETB AES0ET1IEST 07 GREE : 6UCk ANUNATURAL ,LEAf- TEAS. Which we offer in original packaeea. or ia nuantl ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying that we never fail to meet all reasonable expecta tions, an4 while orders are uonstantly ooming in f "Jnflt Buch'Tea as yon sent iis. before,! complaints rarely occur. Persona who, as a matt of taste, or irom hyrienie considerations, use Bla Tea, of ten find it dilEoult to get a good artiola , , i OUR C1TOICIS BLAOE TB AS j cannot be excelled, and hate established a reputa tion for us wherever we have sold them. T OUR NATURAL LEAFO ; : -. ' t 1.- . - I r ; ; ;1 ; 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 fancj Groceries always on nana at lowest marKet prices. . . .. BROQKS, MERIOH & CO. No; S73 Soath Mt. asg3 , (Oorner Friend.) pf o: 4, OPEEXA. ilOtJSE. , j ' til u-r-;-q xr:o : - f-.'A ban WILCOX & CIBBSL NO i, OrEIU HOISE. WE E D , ! If O. ' 16 EAST. BROAD STREET. HO. 4, OPERA HOUSE. iii I : 7 1. : i : . ' 137,: pummel, ; GEIfERALAGENT FOR OHIO.. decl9 ;.. . ... .. - j LAND FOR SALE. . - - -; ,'--. '' - ' '-' -.; TEG TJTtDERSlGNED HAS FOKTY eight acres of la d for sale, situate on the Na tional road and the Livingston road. The land is adapte.1 for Gardening purposes, and will be aold entire as a whoe, or in smaller ots. Also, 103 acres of land on the National road, three miles east ot uolumbus, wittt good buucUngs, or chard, and is in good order. . , Also, 93 acres on tbe National road, five miles east of Columbus, wnn a good nouse, orchard, Ac. - . j Also, 53 acres adjoining the above, with a good bouse, barn, Ac, or 144 acres on tne same road. ,.t , The land is in the best condition, and will be sold at a Dargain ana on easy terms. 't ;.- For particulars, inquire of . ' ti.'.V'.!'.';,- THOMAS MILLER, ; i T miles east of Columbus en the National roadi . Ilb-O L t li 1 DH T V.V .'. X.4M. UAlUiaitl a novl5-dtf ' ' ' ' Columbus. Ohio. LIVE STOCK Petroleum. . Exchange. ON THE 15th INST. I WILL OPEN A .ri j LIVE, STOO K ..!:'! ,.' -' SAND '-t -v-; ?:(.'! PETKOLEDM EXCnAilOE Tit THE SOUTITIVEST COlINEii Ol JL.; tne rostomce ubikiuk. waere i snan be pieaM to negotiate, upon reasonable terms, with all peraoi who desire to sell or purchase Live Stock, EealEa- te.Petroleuin lanas,orui j&toeas. nyt ANAIKKW WIUSOIT Jr. , mayiaHltf-e T FOR SALE-PRlIlTIL'a; OFFICE AXWO-rakitDS'lNXEREWlW Democratic Printing office will 'be sold cheap. Only paper in a strong 'Demooratio counT : Ofuoa ntme4jaatlyi , Address,, rnj,r z,U'i' r pr5 ''U& Uur Alerchants and Manufacturers,; CanWypress.;';! 'GOODS !S'EV y.U i i jj'-nj vi h' !'-r ::'')vul oii; i:u"f j '. - ftr . wr-Ntf !-rj- .fv;',?i fi jD:;Ir ! ici' soirrii ' ii i gii : stbe et,1 1 NEW;f RETAlL ' CLOTniNG HOUSE' OPENED II .6.Bi.i I ' : !.' ' -"-5 BPLENJJID GOOtSl ELEGANT STYLES .- - - ,1 -.Hf, It flX-V Matohed Beaver Suits. - Matched Cassimere Suit . - .7,' r ; ; i Matched Pants and Vests,..' .. A variety of Beaver and Cassimer ,Q,I,;E.r;C;OAT.S jtr .1 ;;oiLlJ 'Ja evsi-j fimu ac J. t " ,' bV9 ;r. i t r. ' yy- 1 " I ' ' ; i' EVERYTHING IN THE TJVAY- OP "fr GENTS' FURN1SHING.G00DS, .:'! ..r--) ' r-awj'i rj.'s'-..-v ! ASSORTMENT ' 'rl n -r.i .c-r;rl '. !?. I 'uJta w;T n- ii.'t---. ' li iifv? oiBOJlETHING ; . EW AND NOYEL. '-r.? ''ill 2v-; 4-1 rd'lN'-r.f :it tf:f'i'I j Xommenciiig MohdaV, October '15. ,;r. j:.,.rr,., 4.,!, f j Alt Goods sold at prices that defy competition. i' Perfect satisfaction guaranteed.- :'-.. ' ,.Now ia the time to buy your Clothing and Furaish ' . ing Goods, and the place ' e-.to bnaf.-rr.fi!.'., '-f i .1-: ,i x.oi 7 C-! S ); 64: JSOUTIIi RIGn : STREET. ; B MGP Cat! arid examine on? Gdodr and receive ex I PlanaUoniaull; pAllare ipyited. IX ; t . i -tM,,,i (J - .STEBBIKS,, TOWNE A CO. ! flJ Retail.Store.lM South High street; r , , , ( ' Wholesale Store, No.l Gwynne Block;'.'- -sectl3"ri: ia j COLVMBUSsOmO. ,t EV. J.F. GIYEJI,4 Editor - and PrdprietorV ! ,Ia:ll civ un VreeilWrridaVrat'' ' "corj xj; BUfc,' O hio ; 'Ofnce lto. 20 ortb iilgrt Street. ' j a) J-iPooiq L..;; also""' iJi'-'" :' ?' i 'T 'BOOK AND" JOB PRINTiKG.?! pii e "WiTNESsAins !to be? a good ' A -religious journal, free from the political ranoor of the times and opposed to the mingling of politics and religion; - . . . . .. ., It is an independeht enterprise, bo t is conduct ed in the interest of the movement which looks to the establishment of Churches on a basis' Jof free and simple Christianity, discarding all creeds but the Bible, and all tests of Christian fellowship but that oC a Christian life.' It seeks to be entertaining and instructive to old and young, having a page devoted exclusively to the family giving current intolli- fence. religions and secular, and reporting the mar-' eta, East and West .' We hope all who are in favor of a Christianity free from politics, sectarianism and fanaticism- will extend tons tLeir natronaae: ' ' ' ' J i v :i :,i CARRIAGE MAKING SHOP. I -TjiMlru. i'TTAVWC PURCHASED XHEUVXER- t. XX- est of P. VL Gutches in the Carriage Making Shop;" ': - ; - - i Corner; of nFair, &' linn Alleys, Between Broad and Gay and High and Frontstreets I am sow prepared to make - i .'i. j BUGGIES. CARRIAGES, Spring WagoniT nd . Road Wagons! On the best possible terms ss cheap as can.be done lathe city. ' A , . . '., , i i . ..:.:'::.-'--; , .o -:J ; :i:'xi..iE:'X'-b1."x;xi. x aar'o-; of sill kinds' done on short notice. ' lu ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 ! ' 1 ' i ijulyas-dtf ,ii ,?.t THQMA8 ANDERSON. no!) etd t 7 .if I in -t i riil ; '-f, : ' AT IH WOJfDsBPUL BXVH ATI0S3 ' ! - ":. :I MADEBY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST," i 31alanio II. A.. PERHIGO. She reveals secrets no mortal ever knew. She restores to happiness those who, from doleful events, catastrophes, crosses in love, less of , relations and friends, loss of money, Ae., have become despondent. She brings together those long separated, gives. in formation concerning absent friends or lovers, re stores lost or ot- len property, tells you' tbe business von are best qualiflod to pursue and in what you will be most successful, causes speedy marriages and tells you the very day you will marry, gives you thename, likeness and characteristics of the person. ' She reads your very thoughts, and by her almost snper natuial powers unveils the dark and hidden myste ries of the future. From the -stars we see in the firmament the malefic stars tha? overcome or pre dominate in the configuration from the aspects and positions of the planets and. the fixed stars, in the hcavenBatthe time of birth, she deduces the fu ture destiny of man.' Fail not to consult the great est A strologist on eartS . It costs you but a trifle, and you may never again have so favorable an opportu nity. . Consultation fee, with likeness and all, de sired information, tl. Parties living at a distance can consult the Madame by mail with equal-safety and satisfaction to; themselves, as if in .person.., A. '"full and explicit chart,"" written oot,-' with - all lnqunes answered and likeness: inclosed, sent by mail on receipt of price above mentioned. Tbe 1 strictest Becresy will be maintaineo. and all corres-. -ppndence returned or destroyed. References of the highest order furnished those desiring tbem. Write plainly the day of the month and year in which you vam hnrn. innlnainir A. .mjl.ll lock 4if h.ir. r i Aauress. iuidaiis 11. A.riiaivjuu w ra w-v - Ann . iki XT- A VA Vre mares-dawiy 1 V 1 ' I '. " 1 ' "rrrHisRERS ' : and 5: W .MUTACHESa .forced to grow, upon the smoothest face in from -three to. five weeks by nsingDr. SEVIGNE'S -REHTA URATE USC A. PILLAIRE, :the most W ;- "wonderful discovery in . modern science", actios upon the Beard and 0air in an almost miraculous manner. It has been used by the elite of Paris and London with the most fl itter-, 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 BERUKR. S1IUTTS & CO., Chemists. No. 285 Riv er street, Troy, N. Y Sole agents' for the United States. ; , r.lIU ,.t BEAUTY- Auburn. Gol den. Flaxen , and ' Silken CURLS produc ed bv the use 'of Prof. DxBreux's FRISER iLE C11EVEUX. 'One ' application warranted to curl the most straisht and stubborn hair of either sex into -wavy ringlets. or heavy massive curls Has-been used by tbe fash ionables of Paris aud London with the most grati fying results. . Does no injury to the hsir. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid. SI. Descriptive Circu lars mnilod free; Address BERGbR, SHUTTS & CO.. Chemists. No. 285 River street. ..Troy, N. Y 'So'e Agents for the United States. . mar25-dawiy TBE CHINGARORA : AJfTI-NERVOUS ' ' ''"'j SMOKING TOBACCO I THE CHIN G A R O R A TOBACCO grows fremrthe rioh soil of the."ORlENT." and is possessed of a peculiarly delicious flavor en- tirel v unknown to the tobaocoes of all other climes. But its unprecedented popularity: has sprung from t e fact of the eotire absence of that deadly poison. - Nlootim,, whien permeates every other tobaoeowand . which is tne one and sole cause ot tne. distressing nervous diseases, dyspepsia, Ac, which most inva- .- riably. sooner or later, follow the indulgence ef the pipe and cigar. At the recent analyzation of to- --bacco from all parts of the world, at the Academy . of Sciences, in Pari, the renowned Chemist. M. Lam OCRbaux. declared that while European and American tobacco contained fully eight 1 er cent., and tbe purest Havana tobscco from two to five per cent- of iVtcotf... tne CHI GARORA did not con tain one disoo erable particle of that deadly poison. a drop of which, extracted, will destroy lue. Our Agent at BOMBAY has shipped us large quantities of the CHLNGARORA during the past two years, and although we have been pressed to supply the demand for this de'.ieious luxury to the veteran smoker, yet we are now prepared to offer it in unlimited quantities, at a price much lower than some American tobacco of a far inferior quality. V'A eonnoiseur has but to smoke the American to bacco and segara. which are invariably chemically ' flavored, to be disgusted with the medicinal taste which leave a nauseous, unhealthy coating in the mouth, and in time seldom fails to shatter the ner vons system. - Thenatives of the "ORIENT" smoke tbe CHIN GARORA from morn till night, from youth to age, r-asd are happily unconscious of the wild distressing i.fire which, eoursee through- the veins of the. inhaler of the fumes of tobacco containing Nicotin. We invite every lover of the weed to try the CB1NGARORA, and guarantee unprecedented t pleasure ia its delieious flavor, ii - SOLD EVERYWHERE. ' EDWIN M. COOK & CO., j Sole Mnt a& Importers' of the (WINCTA B OB A 4.VJSA cci for the United Stones aia c'aa ttdas. and. Dealt rs in all kinds of vHavAna and American Segars .and r Tobacoooa. ,iwol fl i it.5 MAIN DEPOT.4- J is ''''' i I XD7 .DUAIf JG , ST ; WEW ; lORIt jr Prl3-dA3ia .tJjiyt." ;..u.j v.- 5 ,feC Bilk it ! 7 I f ' 1 -uiT 15LO0D piLLai PILLS.' PILLS. PILLSs BLOOD PtQOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD tl BLOOD n PILLS11 PILIA, PILLS.V mnrm Nil:! PILLS 13L00D BLOOD i!Ajtrj"'7fS Bibod 1r ''ilU- if i err ARE TJiVEQTJAIilSD K r:n'A lull v.ta cariie''7 ,-si-',. nlb'o SICK 'Xkver UomplahttTZ7teiimatsmf AU.T,.Jfever atid jdffue'f Sti' j1u-m -too :,fi 3 nr.-. tl9ny' s vitrei s, ;,; ;1 fM:j ' FEM Attlir COMPLMTS; ; Erysipelas, TiimorSs'EritptloiiSf. j . t JPiis, Scrofulous, ,Coi-', V,-. 3. : -.... .,',,,,,,..,v - .J.i.'.l.'.'.U t.VJ ,' -ni'i'ivi ".i.i ;... .-:;.! -i-n , ONB person writes, her daughterwaaeuredrtf ef Jita of nine yearaf standing, and fiL Vitup1 ' dance r two-years. -7 i- " xi. ..( ANOTHER wrUa,h!s eoa was cured ' bis flesh had almost wasted away.' ':,; , The doctors pronounced the caas lncnrable.-;t . ANOTHER waa cured of Fever and Ague af.. a ter trying every medicine in bis reach:' - 5 ANOTiiKRt was cured of Fever SrewbJcfc bad existed fourteen years. ' ANOTHER Of RheUmatism'of eight yeara'A - - Cssesi ionuraerable of Prspepsia.-anu Liver ,H. Complaini coold be mentioned, ia whichthe . . ; Purifier and Pllla wpxlxlike a cbaiTxu i ji i . i i i -. ... i i i . i . -j ( jf THE BLOOD h Are the most active and thorough pill that 'J bare ever been introduced... They .act o. dr recti y upon the Liver, exciting that organ to - auch att extent as that the eystem does; not re . lapse into its former condition,' which is toopt to be the ease With simply a purgative pilL- r. They .are really BLOOD AND LIVER PILL. -.cvy-i y, land; in conjunction with the L.. BLO OP PURIFIER;! Will cure all the aforementioned diseases, and, of themselves.- will relieve and cure ' ' - ' ; I'HeaJacne, "' ' .Ootiveness; Colifi .'t, .EainSfi Cholera MorDus, '..1, . Indigestion, Pain in: the- Bowels, DizzinesSf ccCty &d" IB. It OB A CITS Ehould be used by convalescents to strengthen ? the proetrationi which ' always 'follows : acuta disease. . Try these medicines,' and you will never re 1 i cretit. Ask your neighbors who have nsei ' them, and they will say they are GOOD 1 - MEDICINES, and you should try them be- ore going for a physician.1 -.- ; U. S. PROPRIETARY KEDICIKE COSIPAKY. -j (Suceeesora to Dr. C. W, Roback,) .. ,. SOLS PB0?EIKT0R3, 1T03. 68, 68, 60 & 62 E. Third St CINCINNATI. O.'. r". Are Sold by ! all Druggists' anvf Dealers in Patent Medicine r; 'I - - V.-: EVERYWHERE. ianell-d.ta.-ii.uiw - i-. ' JAMES NATJGHT4JN; WISHES TO BE 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 iu town, and customersoan depend upon finding at all times a good stock of sea sonable goods, and will receive such prompt atten tion at the hands of his clerks and assistants as will assure visitors to his establishment that they are in deed daaling in a -'' - ' t JLJxrmt. Class Store. r;; Where can alwaii be found, DRES . G00DS,j SHAWLS,.; - M CLOTHS, ' J " 1 CASSIMERES; LADIES' CLOAKSJIF ODR OWN MAKE.' Also.Hosiey and Fancy GooJs of every description - J JTAME NAPGHTOKj' 7 1 18 and 122 Soutb Hi aU 8 treet, ' ' feb20 ......... COLUMBUS. OHIO LITTLE'S PATENT i PATENTED rTEBRUARY,'l865i ' The Best Store in the GoTernmcnt. 1 -.. ' 1 - ...... : :.A lo -i'i..l'i !A:iH'-uA''x I'-nr, rt'.i rpiIE PECtTEIAR FEATURE OF 't tails A Stove is the novel construction of. the Oven, which makes it the most thorough baker in use You have access to the Oven in front, converting the sidesinto flues, giving it two more heating surfaces wan any otner otive made. ' ' . As the Stove is constructed it 19 intended for either WOOD or COAL, operating with either equally woll. " ; . -.ORYIL qASE, Agenf, t , h . . . : No. 139 North High street, nov3-dtf . ... . .. ...... COLUMBUS. O. ..CRISPER COIVIA. . '?-1 . .-t .. r.'.jti. i Oh 1 she was beautiful and fair, Wiih starry e.ves, and radiant hair,, W'h se curling tendrils soft entwined, ' t Enchained the very heart and mind. - - T ! ' ': : CI8Iiiu COMA, -;'s For Curling the Hair of Fither Pcx into Wavy : v ; . . ,'Vahd . Glossy , ilinglctg or flcavy ': V ( ':' -' Ma Efive Curls."-. , ! ,'?$!- . tj - ' ' By using this article Ladios and. Gentlemen can beautify, themse'ves a thousand fold. It is the only article in the world that will curl straight h-ir, and at tbe same time give it a beautiful; glossy appear ance. Tho Crisper Coma not only purls 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 tbe American public. 'The Crisper Coma will be sent to an v address, sealed and postpaid, for tL. Address all orders to - - - i s"1 W; L. CLARK A CO., Chemists. No. 3 West Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y. mar2o-rawly ' . - There cometh glad tidings of joy to all. ' 'l To yonrg and to old, to great and to small : .' ' The beauty which once was so precious and raro '. Is free for all. and, all may be lair. , ( Djr the. use of ' , ; " CHASTELIiAH'S : W HITE LI QUID E N A E L , ' For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion. ' The most valuable and perfect preparation in use. ior giving tne amn a beautiful pearl-Mke trnt, in 'youth, It quickly re- .un. AO ' ... j ..." "v. moves ,Tan. Freckles, Pimples. Blotches.. Moth Itches.S.lIownessi Eruptions. and all impurities! ."f.P'fl-ii? "r!?5' .P?. e sain wniiuamiciean s aiaoaster. its use cannot be alabaster'. . Its use cannot be vegeta- only rn sidered bvthe Parisian as indispensable to a perfect touet. upwards or ao.wuu- ootties were sold during the past year, a sufficient' guarantee of its efficacy Price only t5 cents. Sent by mail, post-paid, on re ceipt Of an order, by . " . '. BERGER, SHUTTS ACo.. Chemists,: naar25-dawly 1 - -- ---- ..... .... '.VI' 11;: Pur . ; Aeasel Old SoresSSatt 2iheuuiJ trict a t a rmtt PILLS I Stomacli Bitters! PU:CHJyOla 'S : l(ffNAUGHTONiy BUILD IN.e4 . 'i sir; ri" r4 - M"- w ; , . lffflMJGH T O nTTi B rHALL NAUGHTON.I22T; :f; ghfiy..-..-..... fl rP f'ji ig?4 ' " AIR-TIGHT COOE mm detectea oy tne closest scrutiny, and being a oie preparation lspenectiy narmiess. it is the article of tbe kind used br tbe French, and i. r I J0.SPITAI rr . ... rr TTSrARMSlii;.! AS A REFUGE FRO ,Ajj ' jyAU iLtKi. " H-K OJ ClRE-CAN BE OB 1 Bpeedy and only Effectual Remedy tn tbe-World for Weakness of the Back erLimbs,. Strictures j A fleer tionof the Kidneys and Bladder. Involuntary Disf cbsrgevlmporteney. General Debility. Nervointness Dyspepsia, Languor. Low Spirits, Confimon of .Jdeas, Palpitation-of the Uearti Timidity, Trembf f ling, Dimness of rtiffht vr Giddiness, Diweaso of the Head, Throat, Node, or Skin, Affections of the Liv er. Lungs, Stomach or Bowels thos terrible. Dis orders arising from Solitary Habits, of Youth 8B iCKKT and solitary practices more" fatal to their vicr tims than the sonc of Srens to-;th--Mariaers of -Classes, blighting their most brilliant hopes or and S tioipations, rendering mamagei, Aai, impossible. -rw-f"i - rpurfaiME ' specially,' who have become' the victims of Solita1 (ry Vice that dreadful and destructive habit which rannaaily sweeps to an untiaely grave thousands of ., young tilen p ,; the most exalted talents and brilliant , Intellect, waa aiight otherwise have entranced list - airing Senates with- 1he thunders of eloquencei J ! Owakel to ecstasy tbalivihg lyia, may call with: J lonfideaqev:;:! s!3 no noini-to cv, ?''.iTfjt) .ifw J i rt ii u ARRIAG Ei ; ! 3 s a ? ; ui IlarriedyPecsons.Idr Young Men contempt marria4ej.beina.aware-of Physical Weakness ganic Debility; Deformities, speedily cured i to Ha1 who; piicei hitrMelf:unaer thja care xif Dr. may religiously confine in his honor as a gentlema and confidently rely upon his skill as a physician.' .!') UJCOKOAIf ICraVEAItESS-'i' slnfmadiatelyXurti aoiifiU'Yistor Restortda-j ' This distressing Affection which renders life miserable and marriage impossible is the penaltjf paid by Vhe victims' Of improper indulgences. V'onn persons are too apt to sounmt excesses from not be- ing aware (.1 the dreadful "consequences that matt ensue. Now.1 who that understands the subject, will pretend, to- hat the power of procreation-is, Just sooner bv lhn fa.lins into improper habits than b .the prudent $ iiXsi lea-fceing deprived of - the pleas j ore of healthy eiTsprwg. the most sericms and den . structlve symptoms of ooth body and mind ar'se r4 The Systeih beeomes deranged,' the Physical andj 7 i'ental Functions "Weakened.- Lost -of H-bcreativa .l XwerlNervens Irritability, Jyspopsi,' Palpitation the Heart, Indigestion, Constitutional Debility Waiting of the- Frame, Cough,'' Consumption, .and Death. - 5 Member of the RoVsl College of Sunreftns, London: i graduate of one of the moat eminent Colleges in the t United States, and tbe greater part of whosedife has - been spent iu the hospitals of London, Paris. Phila f delphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the most asioniBuing cures tnaii wor. -evoi aiiown manj troubled; .with'- ringing in. the head and! are when .aaleep., great nervousness, being alarmed at sodden 'sounds, -asnfulhes . with frequent blushing, attend ed sometimes with derangement of mind, were cured Immediately:-1- 5ilJ J J7l 'it'i -tud 3'Ui". ca j iTAlKE" .PAlTTf CULAR If OllOlil. HrL'-t' Trlrssea ill'th(Wewlid riave iridted'th-erA 1 Selves by improper- indulgence 'and -solitary babits, b which ruin beta body and mind, upfitting them for . either business, study, society, or marrisge. .? , t , ' These are some of tne "sad and melaneholy effects ' produced by early habit of youth, Vis i - Weakness of the Backand Limbs; Pains ia the Head,. Dimness ;of Sight, Loss of Muscular Pcwer, Palpitation of the t ... - - . t:Oii l - . Xieart, uvspepsja, riervous irrnRoiiii, ierannei 1 ment of tne Digestive Functions, General -Debility ' Symptoms of Consumption, Ac ; 1 t'jfnu L"jf.; j -MKNTAttvlw-The fearful effects :on lie' mini ar j ; much to be dread ed.n Loss of Memory Confusion o ;jIdeas, Depression cf. Spirits, , Evil Forebodingsj Aversion to Society. Self-Distrust, Love of Soli tude.'Timiditv.Ae.. are some of the avrls produced Thousand a of- persons-of all aaee can now judge vhkt is the cause of. their decKninc "health, tosinff V. their vigorbecoming weak, pale, nervous and etnar Cough andsymptoms et Constnnption: uj '-;j uJ j "5 i-i ".-. trilv6tJlfO WlSlw dm lii 3!i ' Whohave Injured themselves by a certain practlde, . indulged ia when-alone, a habit: frequently learned from evil companions,, or at .school. the effects. of ' which are nightly felt, even when asleep, and. if not "cured, renders Hiarriage impossible, and destroy! both mind and boar, enema apply immeaia'eiy. . t i y What a pity that a jioung man, the hope of bis 'eountrv. the pride of his parehts.should'be snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of life-by the eon sequence of deviating irom tne patn ot nature, and indulging in a certain pecret habiW Such persons must, Deiore contemplating Reflect that a snrmd mind and body are the- mofl , necessary requisites to promote connubial bappi. - nesS. Indeed,' without these the journev through 1i ) fir an 9 v V. 4k trMTW K M TVlTtrT VlOnrirYl B l V S 4 AW mA ' with despair, and .fill Sd with tbe melaneholy refiner tion that the happiness of another becomes blighted '-With our ewn: - , -r nrcirr. w Ca..i (iMj.,l.b Ct,ut. Left-hand side eoine from Baltimore street, a- few doors from the corner. Fail not to observe name and number i-.-; '"jImudio-ui! mit-'.-ii O No letters received unless postpaid and con ' ' tainina a stamp to be Used 1 oA-'the -repl v.c -Persons ; writing should state aev1 sehd, portion . of ad vertisement aeson nine symptoms. , j ' The Doctor's DIPLOMA hangs in his -ofBeewH'. I INDORSEMENT bfvthe PRESS. )-;The many thousands cured at this establishment within the last twenty years, and the numerous im tvirtant Wnrfficiil Operations performed hv Dr. John , Stan, witnessed by the reporters of The, u and " many other papers, notices of which have appeared ruriin and acain before the public besides his stand- ng as a gentleman of character and responsibility, B a suthcient guarantee to tes amictea. - . i i- ' SKIN. "DISEASES SPEEDILY CUBED. -! junel9-dly : .-' -. .-, YOTJ3VG- 3IEIV ' The experience of tha past ten years n as demon strated the fact that the utmost reliance may be placed in the efficacy of - -j r, , . , BElya-'S SPECIFIC PIEES . for the , speedy - and - permanent -cure .of Seminal Weakness, Emissions, Physical and Nervous' De- .-bility. Impotence, or want of power, the result of sexual exce s, or , ... , , ; lOCTHFPL INDISCRETION, j '-.which, neglected, ruins thahappiness and unfits the .. sufferer for, Business. Social bociety or Marriage, J and often termi rates in an untimely -grave. Make no delay in seeking the remedy. ..Bell's Speoifie Pills can be used without detection or interference ! with business pursuits. ,. 1 ; : , t t ,KO CIIAGEOFDIET IS NEGESSAKT. They are entirely vegetable, and perfectly harm 'lesson the system: Each box-contains 60 pillavwith full directiot'S and a treatise on . trie, consequences ' and cure: Price One Dollar. Beware of cennter .; feitsl.-ilf you cannot procure itbenr of your Drpg , gist, send the money tQ Dr. James Bryan, ponsultr fng Physician. 819 Broadway," New ' York; and they ..will be sent by return ot mail, free from, observa tion. For sale by Druggists general!. " ' - ' I TO . LA.X3III4S. If you require a reliable remedy to restore yon, 'and remove Irregularities or Obstructions, why no t nse the best I -.. ' . .:-..v..T . ' - Every lady knows the slightest irregularity of na! ture ia liable to bring on Hcadaobe, Giddiness, Low Spirits, Fainting, Hysterics. Ac; then the bloom of health fades.-the appetite fails, and other symptoms more distressing commence, as Weakness, Spinal Complaint, the Whites, Prolapsus.' Ac, Ac. A . never failing remedy will be found in 1 . i... BII,.-IM,RVElf?S:.yEITIAl.E:PI ,; The experience of tbir y years baa proved Ibey lave no equal for Removing Obstructions and Ir . ; regularities, nqmattsr from what cacsb thet ,akisk. Tne are safe and sure in every case. Up wards of 50,000 boxes are sld annually, and no com plaint of their efficncy is. ever heard, for they ao- ' complish what they re represented to do. Sold in boxes Containing Sixty J'illa. Price One Dollar.. . . . , 1 "; DR. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PIJLJLS j - 5s a remedy tour degrees stronger Ar an the' above, . and intended for special cases of -long standing.. ' Price Five Dollars per Box. ' If you cannot purchase the Pills. f your:-Drug: gist..they will be sent, by mail, post paid, secure '-' from obseWatldn. orr receipt of the money,:byDr. J AMES BRYAN.Consulting Physiojanig Broad way. New Y ork. For sale V Druggists generally. I MORE VALUABLE THAN. GOLD .' '.-x--l rA PURIFY THE BLOOD, . 'c; - RxitOVB V-Hb ADA0HK,- - DIZZIKK8S.! ' GinDtHESS. Dbowsinkks, Unpleasant Dkeamp. Dim- : MK88 OF Sl6HT, InDIGKBTION, '' 11 'i TJ J ? V ( lMAKSB- MB bTOMACB A,HW1 iV , J ' B.OWKL8, . , , . ' Insure NEW LIFE In the debilitated. and? ' ' ' 1 - Reatore tbe Siclt to Perfect Ileal tbi -PUBEI l VEGETABLE. 1 i Vii .7 j i Try them 1 Th i y only cost ,25 cents; ' and if you cannot get them of your Druggist, send the money to Or. JAUH.S BHXAiN. t.;onuiting rnysician, j r f - 819 Bioadway Kew Jferk ii And the v wiH be sent by return of mail, post pa For sale by Druggists generally. dec20-d&wly I ; : F- St tii.I nr E sO 1 1 SUFFER NO a MORE When by the nse of! DR.'JOINVILLE'S ELIX . ER youjvaa be.cjuxed permanently, and at a.trifling ' cost; ' " - " i The astonishing success which has attended this tnTftlnnViln lriArlminA for . Phvsint.1 RnJ KpvArta- Weakness.'Oenerai Dobiiityand'Prostirtion'.'Loss ,,f Muscular fcnergj, impotencv, or any pt the con sequences of youthful indiscretion, renders it the '. 'most valuable preparation:ever dieovero'.1'.'l "i,f- ' It will rumove all pcrvous affection, dtpression. excitemehr.incapacrty td study or businfesi?, lots of memorv, confusion, thoughts of self destruction, fears of insanity, &c It will restore the apretite, ' renew the health of those whi have destroyed it by -. sensual excess or evil practices .' - t ; -. r, i Youua'Men. be humbusged no more by '"Quack Doctors'. -and igrorant practitioners, but : send without delay for. the Elixir, apd be at.once restored - te health and happiness. A Perfect cure is 'Guar anteed in every instance. Price, f 1, or four buttles to one auaress, if j. , j : One bottie is sufficient to effect a eure in all ordin- .rv cn.pa. . . ALSO. DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, 1 for the speedy and pormanent euro-of Gonorrhea Gleet, Urethral Discharges-, Gravel. Stricture, and all affections of the Kidneys and-Bladder. Cures " effected in from one to five days.' , They are prepared " Irom vegetable extracts that are harmless on the system, and never nausea to the stomach, or imprea- nate the brealh.- No change of diet, is necessary while using them, nor does their action in any man. ner interfere with business pursuits. Price, fl per box. ;:.'!( - - -;:!' )- Either of the above-mentioned articles will be .sent to any address, closely sealed, aud post-paid, by mail or express, on receipt of price. Address all orders to .:.,.; . t .-. , . BERGER, RHDTTS & Co.. Chemists. 1 ': No. 285 River street, Troy, N.Y. f mar25-dawly ' ' 1 1 .... ..i- EXCELSIOR ! j EXCELSIOR ! : CHASTELLARS Hair, Exterminator:! ! For Eemoving BaperfldonS ; Hair: - :JVittW$ IO IUO IBUIOB uWlAUT. til 1 lll.aiUaulD .. an alnaaat tnoiapenBa.oiB IrtJifeTn'aJaheTnt does not i C" it C C: 1. Z "... j.-.h hn roots. It is warranted toremeveSarraoua tair irom low foreheads, or from any part of the oouy. eompieioi,, -'totally and tad really extirpatfhal .1.- u: r. ,v n.tnral. TblS 18 the. only article used by the French, andis the only real effbcb-1 aal depiiatorv rnexiaieuo". v- iw , age. sent poBt-peid..to any adrasa.rfoeipt ,f .fi - ordert. BERGER. SHOrfS A Co?. Chemists ii I mar25-dawlr (Li fiiACE WHER1S TAINJfiO.liL) .(f J 'no? ! 1 iAnnVered the mopf CnrtAi NOTICE. EAST! NOTICE. EAST! BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. CENTRAL OHIO DIVISION. xjiree Trains tea-re' Coinitibuf iJalf y J ," as followat(lun4ar Xcptea;) ' f 'ltOSJ Aj Mi JlGHT'15XPRESS afrlriai at at 80 A. M,j Bellaise at 70 A M-: at 30 A. M".: W aahingtott' City at 555 Zanesville Baltimore A. M. ti'in A'-'M'-'l.frtnTTVri wvpH'r'alIarrrtil. at Zanesville at liWP.31 r Bellaira at 6:0fr Pi M., BaUioiereatlOJO A-,M.; Washington City at 110 A.'M." t i-.-. . -4 f ;5f? Sr."1 EtPllrfSS MA'T'arriM'V al a llat 4:4S P. !.; Kellairet f:J P- M.-BHtpaoxSJ at 5 KM) P, M : Washington itv at So P.M. SiThe U-.iO A "M.i LIGiiTSISG EX1!RE1 Itops on-.y at Iewrh, i-rresvillerCbndse and Barnes- vuie-T utner-trains wm atop-at f U tationayY 7ff Four trains daily leave Washinston or Balti more., for Philadelnhia ana New York. .,JTbis route ncNr offers' to 'passen'gS (Kese greaf and ppeiior.Hwivantages.-; Fare tor Washingvuu.-Citr ther san e; as to Bal'imcre , .Philadelphia 'pas iengers have the-privilege of. 'visiting Washington ' Citv a-ed BtMrmore, en wiuta.-Jiewi V ork passencers have the privilege of visiting 'Washington City, Baltimore and Philade'phia; en itruta.i- Boatoo' Pas sengers haveiia rriyilege.ofjtisitin Washington CHy. JJaltimore. Philadelphia and New Yort n route, at pfecisely the same cos for- Ueketi a via 17.'"th.f route. fj.nr.;.-f c-.f-,f fw . i nis is the only route that can give passengers tne dvaMageof -a ttirough tickaU, or kagsast xhacisd yJZvha.Wl.h;mu ha f7v j I ,wyn,j C5F" Aal rtfif.TIclttji.Ttfa. nellalrv,. J N O LWILONilaster otTranWortati'oa, rr -L. MACULE. General.'! icket Agent. "Oil'JXO W.liliOWN. Gerfi PwsengeAS. COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENTRAL RAILWAY rr; fe .ay.' - fjr't TJQR SANDCSEt. Thr.Eno.' rirf. X"' TRDIT." Richmond! IricfiaBSpolial tafavta. fcj r c 1 j in rr tl i.1 .. " . 7 -Ne fhaBgaftgcawbetweenolajmpaSiar anspnlis. - " - tl- FOURTRAINS leanra' CwlumhasV.ri&iryas ol ,4:00 A. ZUA I C Arrives atUrbana 7A. M.; Bellefontafne 100 A. M.f Sandusky 86 P. M Piqua 845 Ai M.; Lima 2Sft. iVJUe Toledo 6il M.; Detroit 10:40 P. M.; Richmond 1050 A. Mj Chi cago 10:56- P. M.j Indiarapnlis S:J5' K.-iJ - vuit- Tillell 10P. Ml Lai4wV4.tU.lld OR. M . Knrin.H.M 1BU7:15 A,Mi Qainey iai.PM ,lb onJy'outa by whiob passengers leaving Columbus id the morn ing can reach: Cbiuga-thaaie ereniijjs: ? i.,- r i i ss 3- "a int. - tr aY . ex pre sSWArriv : k Piqua 3:12 P M.: Lima:l5.P. M.; Richmond 5.-05 P. M.:Chieago8:50A.M.:indianapolisB P. Mil - tteS:lAi Mi LisviHaaKMJA. 41. Terre-Hauta J2J00A. M.; M dtoon 2:40 A. Mu Cairo 6.O0I' 3L: Pana4Nl0f A '- M r St.' lKuiad AsiJ. u this tram ptherute -18" anoef aay ' c:oo 1. m .' tolkdo Vy&nitsiid. A.tAil atUrbana72T PlM ;Bellefentain;9aPi M.rdaa dusky A M.i Piqua 8:4S P.M.; Lima fcOO A. M-: Chicagot via Lima) U-J30 P.M'; Toled &Jb5 A ld.;De troit iO.-oo A. U. Passeppepe tahtBg tnis route ar rive at Chicago at noon, the folio ving,dy 8hiurs in advance or any other route.' ' ""-i 11 til 15 A.lrt J-WIG HT tX'PRl'ArriveVit Richmond 5.-05 A.il.; Chicaeo 1055 P.'M; Indianap olis 9:00 A. M.: Lafayette 12:UP M.; Spriogfieia. 8S P.-M.r Qainov 8KW A. M.i LenfavlllXae P M - fcTerfiBawte .12;10.;P Mr: Kvansvilhs fl:ua. P. Mr -f Mattoon 3:15 P. M.: Cairo0 llj Pabl 6:10 V. jn-rati iwonis iosw iiii aais train arnvta at s. ijeuis 9 nours in aavance. ot, any tner ronte. , . , - New State Room Sleeping Cars run- inj night trains. ii .vr .... n r ,- -, ... All chances made in Union 'Depot. Rafe-aira 'Checked through to. all principal points,"; j i.m-h vAsk for Tickets via RLCUMQN.P ANDNDUH APOL1S. . . 'HliH RROOKS. iiiiks :iivc' if.' rr '"ii' '-tic -r J . XI. AHJ't K P. Chandler. G rrw 'l licket Agents, Uolumbus. en.VketAgCrT:1 J. M. Luar.Superrrrrentfeut,- j aBUJHUWrvusf CENTRAL RAILWAY Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND —AND DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS. orrAr AtTEii Apitn. 20, isr, 11 FlVRl'RilNS JTAILY wiTtlleave- CiumWl FOR CINCINNATI. LOUIsyiLIGAIBO,' ST. LOPLVDAYIQS, KTHrTlffOND. IN. TT HIT I HAT T. . flirrtti r. a Withoutrhaagaof ears to DATf TON': end" RICH- . AIU1. and only one change of oars to LN-i t. '-r,y DlANAPOLlS and CHICAGO. : ; . Cdnnectiona are reliable as follows" 4-.T' i; i FIRST TRAIN. -Jo-is it. n la.ii jfv.-4 ti'.i Daily, except MondayJ I sJJh.irrcO Xeavest st 1120 - A.' M. -for Cincinnati. rSrefo- vine an'i jBncaier vnnncotne ana Marietta; :stops at London, iSouib Charlestni, laniavCol--. win. Morrow, LeVeland and Plain vUle. arriving at Cincinnati at 6:15 A; M." 4vin f; iiSECND-TRliN . 7 . -OailIexe!T4S"JradraJ.0 Leaves . at SSOO A- M.: for Cincinnati, , Dayton Richmond, lndianapoli and stop at West Jeffer son, London, SouthCarieeteBi Xenia. Sprina; Yalley, Corwin, Morrow, South. Lebanon.Fpster's, 'Leveland, Milford, arriving at Cincinnati V iOM ; A. M.,' connecting, with the Mail le Reamers far 'Louisville.. - - " ' t ' i ir;-.i.:ir r7-Daily except SvndayaJriOl ji.JoL Leaves at 125 P. M. for-Cincinnati and jDavto. Ricbmohd and Inoianspdlis, arriving at Cineia "'Xtati-atagSP.M' jii-4 ;;t .cj.Jt i ,:J FOURTHLTRAIK: Ml -1b .rwI Leaves at. s: tO P M...for. CincinnarL stopping - ar Alton.' W est Jefferson,1 Iondon, South Charles-'-ton Selma,, CedarviUf. Xetna; Spriha; Valley, . Corwin, Morrow, Loveland, and arriving at Cia ! cinnati At Md AJ M. .-i."..s. wio if!-; ril lii i j ri?w isiTifr r,r!T SleepiBsr Cars are on all lf git t TyaiM cj tci' ::?'-':?'"-"! '. .v.frvr-.'i New t; Freight -.Arrangements. " The CbicaceU Great EaMerBfand-lyittle Miami k Clumbua A Xenia, and Dayton A Western- Rail roads have so arranged their Time 'fables as tomais direct connections with Freight trains at Richmond in both directionr. making tbe. time from; Colarabus to Chicago 33 hours. . ! HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Arent T, LOyGHAgsntwtyjf v ito j.a W. L. O'BRIKN.s - - tJerlTiekol Coln'riibis; April 8fl: t' R1 ci ntiMi .nao W.innHn. n . n. I RAILROADS. Great Northern and Eastern Route. RAILROADS. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad. .-;'fj?oXii 1 1 .''EXCEl'T SUNDAY,0 1rt - '-l Frota Columba. in'connectionl with .Trains-- on ths BLIttle Nliaml Ar7otnxnlras Sc JLenlsa uoi-i ''r'!4I&ailroa14. J".'.hai .f $.- 7 ;j. ' t irt i..?ao;I, vranT fyprers-Iju rninmkm t. i.n rA. 'M. : Will stop at Delaware, Cardington: Gil'ead. Galiorl, CreatUac, Shelby,' Niew fdon; Vi elling ton. Graftoi and Rerea, arriving at Cleveland, at 6d5 A. M..NeW Ywrk 7. AJM. This train leaves bundaT, night, but not faturday..,.., uni. t NO. i ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus at 5.-00 AjM. i Will stopstall iay autlons This train starts fQj tie Freight Yard.' , f , j i ' NEV7 YORK EXPRESS-LeaVes Co'ambns at 11:10 A.- M . At ill stopat Delaware.Cardiitgtos.Gal ion,. Crestline, ihelbj.. New. fjondon. Wellington. Graftowand Brrea. 'Arrives' ai Cleveland at M P. Mifilew-Vfu-k nextdayytita&PJll.i-i'i . MAIL AN I) EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at US Pi' . - Will stop- at i-WvrthP atoh; Lewis' Center. Delaware, ,ani all, Stations tqf Sbelbv and Shil'ih, New lindoif, Wellinfet'on, irafton and Berea. "Ar rive at Cleveland at9-20 P. M.. New Yvrrk 10:30 PJ. S PRI N G I)' I E LD A CCOMM.U DAT I ON VTADEL AWAKE Leaves Cmbus at 3:45 P. M. Will stop at all station between-Cotumbtrs and. 'Spring field, arrivinir at Delaware at 4:50 P. M.. Springfield 7:35 Yx M. Ibis train leaves Spring eld atT:M A. M arrives at Delaware at 95 A. M.; Columbus, 11.-00 A.M. , . .1 !.- ' .r. '. "' ' ' Patent SIep1ft Ca ap nrcmn a all K Iistt, XjaiBT.,p, ,fL7iigc) l.j . Waw 'a74lr si.,'.!' .- - .i wW'S! v Jt'-id tr 5i.il ni Soston.' 11 lis V It) JCT Baggage checked ihroufihv to New York and Boston, via Cleveland; alse to Philadelphia and Nw York, via. Crestline i .-4 .c -t in . j - RETURNING 1 . ,, -r . Niaht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:05 A. M ' Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 12.-C0 noon. .. r. ...., ... t Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9:30 P. M. ' ' ' Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbks at 105 A.M. , f ,rr ... -j Fare as Low as byanVOtneVlBoniee ; :Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.'-I i-zb ! 1 J -ji-' ti 'ESFLINT!.'1'- ' t. 1 .. . - Superintendent Cleveland. Ohio w ' ' ' - ' JAMES PATTERSON.' !'' 7 ''. i A : Agent,CoIamb s,Ohlai , , Columbus, April 29, 18ST. f,. , ,-- i it--' -' ,- .-if'KS r;-' '. -!) j. -j With the COTTAGE PRESS. and -the printing material accompany ing it, every man eaa do . his own J rinting neatly, quickly and eheap y. They are so simple in conetrnc tion, that, a bey tea .years old can easily' tnanase ' tbe largest sixe. . Printed inatructioas, ara sent with each office- enahkinr tK mwli.... i EVERY fill MAN" rTi.l-v , vr gc at work' without a-previous UIO knowledge of printing. A cjbrearar niO,,..,.eontaining fuU de8cription.prices. n.l . .!UU'testimonia3s;ASi, sanUreili I lib I mchl-dAw , 1-JU J Cutg.Ac.;ten cenU. C?'? -vnVf.X!i''CJ;i : ii .i' OCT jno5'..tva i sii W Wsoo API ir?iqg3iC0