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Showing the arriTal and departure of trains at Co- ' uuuo, uuiu, vu uu iUUUUBJ, April , ; trains will run as follow! i . . . . .,'--- - -Cleveland Columbus A Cln tl R. It. ; LKATX. ABUVX, Night ErpraM. .. 1:10 A.M. 1:05 A.M. No. I Arooram-KlaUon ..5:00 A. M. 7:40 P M. New era Express... ..11-10. A.M. 12:00 noon. .- Express and Mail .... 8:15 P. M. 8:30 P. M. - aprmgaeld na Delaware... 3.-45 P. M. 10:55 A. M w- This train leares Sunday night not Saturday. 1 - c : ': ' JAMES PATTERSON Agent. f il ttle irilaml & Columbus 4c Xenia R.R. -;-C incinnwti, Day ton . Rich m'd. ' ' caster. Hillshoro and Chil- ? ' lioothe 1:30 a.m. 13:50 a. m. viaeionaii, Oayton.Rtchm d , Indianarjolisand Hillsboro. ' Cbutcathe and Marietta ... 6:00 a. m. 11:00 a.m. " Clinninn&ti. 1 I. vt.nn Ruhni'il .... "-Ciaeinnati, Davton, Spring- " ' , field Tie London. 11 :05p.m. 1:80 p.m. .......... ..Baltimore, ft Ohio Railroad. Central llhla a I w, . a An TBATN3 SA8T. Fo. T Night Express leaves Columbus at 15 A. M. Wo- l l.irhtninr bspreas " - 11:10 A. M. No. 6 MaU and Express " " 10 P. At, ' TKAINS WIST. "; No. S Night Express sutitos at Columbus I2:T0A:M, No. Mail " ; lias A.M. No. 10 Lightning Express." 5:06 P.M. W. J; FELL. Agent. j Pittsburg-, Columbua & CWU It. U. j t Iiifbtnlnr Express....,' 1:15 A. M. " 830 P. M; Hail and Express 1135 A. M. . 11:48 A. M. New J or ;J&r ess.... ; IsW P.M. , lS.-OOmidnight - J. m PETERS. Agent. I Columnus an Indianapolis Central Hallway . . Niht Express..., ,.12;25 A. M.; IsM A. M . Pittsburg Express 5:45 P.M. HMO A. M, Pay Express.....,...-... ...12 5 P.M. 1:30 P.M. Piijoa Accommodation...... 6:15 A. M. 350 P. Mj V; ,". - V G. A. HILL. Agent, i 1 Banduskr Mnaf lold & Newark Il.lt. ABSITS A MfWABX. LXATC NXWABX.' XtpreM..T.l .-. ..;li:00 Nlgbt.' ' 30 A; M; AeeommodaUou-,10:15 A. M. ; . 1130 A. M. .j iiail... 4;i5P..M. 18;15P.M. 1 1 1 A.W. Dxkkis. Agent. ' Closing and Arrival of Mails Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE COLUMBUS POST OFFICE. ABBOTS. ' A. K. T. K. 1150 10:45 OLOSX8, A.X. ,X. 1330 T30 ..I:1 1230 .... 730 .... 7:30 t30 730 i30 1330 T30 .... H30 Ts30 .... 730 .... . 730 j30 .... 1130 1230 .... 1330 i .... 730 ......1130 ' ' astern Tbrouea Malls, (!(l.r.R.R. ; Eastern Way Mails, C. C. a a.'m - . 11.-0S . .... 11:08 . i. . i ' If oTtbwestJTlart.W. A C . Cbicago? ria O. P. A L. C 4:46 .... . Little Miami R.R.tbrough PjiJ, 1:15 11:40 ,' XHtle Miami R. R. Way.. 110& . C. O. R. R. Newark. ; ZanerrllleA Wheeling.. 11:15 " CO. R. R-. Tar........ ... CPA I., throneh A war. .... KhSO 1030 T.-00 . CiroleTilfe, Chillieothe k o Portsmouth............. .... "Lancaster, Ohio... East v ay, National Road. 10:00 ' Alt. Vernon Way, Wester- Tille. Ao 30 North Columbus and Clin . .An.;n. . D-nn . W aab i ngton C.H., Tia Har , . risburg, (tri-weeklky i arrives Mondays, Wed ' nesdays, A Fridays, and learea 1 atsiays. i nars davs and Saturdays.... Centre Villase. (tri-week-k ly.) 1 uesday s, 1 nursdays 11 a. and Saturdays. ....J Orricx Hotnig. Office opens at7K o'clock A. M.' iSind closes at P. M. Sundays, opens atX A. M., and closes at X A. M. 'J i Ail Mails cloae on Sundays at KX P. M. ; JULIUS J. WOOD, Postmaster. Egyptian Ruins. The Temple of Denderah, opposite Uje town of Kencb, ia of the finest specimens of ' xn ancient temple in Eypt. It Is in a re J tnarkable state of preservation, accounted 1 tor by the fact that the debris of ages has . buried it so completely that a deserted Arab Tillage is built on & level with its top. and some of the houses on the very roof of the temple. This temple was dedicated to the prod Amun, and is a line sample of Egyp , tian architecture. It is ; filled with mns- nificent columns, and has a high roof of heavy- flat stones; has numerous rooms, porticos, stairways, secret passages, all cov- .ered i inside ana out, columns, ceilings, and all, with finely sculptured hiero- 'glyphicst affording an Immense field for the antiquary, and throwing much light .on ancient Egyptian history. This temple at Denderah is one of more recent origin than the other famous monuments of Egypt; or at least the portico ia, as it is In scribed to Tiberious, and contains the names of the Emperor Nero, Claudius and Caligula. It Is located . in a desolate plain, having no habitations within several miles, and .the mud-built Arab village built over It ia now utterly deserted. .- It is difficult to Imagine how a building of its 6ize and Value could become so completely buried In the debris of twenty centuries as to be so entirely hidden beneath the surface. ; 1 The Memnoniam is a grand ruin of inv Inense ' proportions (540 feet by 200). Its columns, walls and, : architrave remain standing in good condition, and 'are all covered with tine sculptures and hierogly phics. For ' symmetry of architecture and elegance of decoration, the Mem BOnlum - (which Is the temple palace of Remeses) Is not excelled .by any other Egyptian memorial. Prostrate in its area, and broken into fragments, lies the famous statue of Remeses the Great, the largest that has ever been erected. Cut from a single block 6t red granite, the figure was seated with his hands on his knees, enjoying- a repose after the conquest of the world. Its circum ference at the shoulders was 63 feet, and Its estimated weight nearly 000 tons, and yet this colossal rock has been broken , into fragments; by what force no one can tell.. Nor. can any one guess how the other tem Dles of statuary all over Egypt haver been delaced and thrown, down. The. amount of fanaticism, vapdalism and ingenious force necessary : to do the work can scarce be computed, and Cambyses of Persia, who made the conquest of Egypt 600 years B. G, must have lound years of employment for his immense army in this service alone. A Duel and its Consequences. An amusing duel took place recently about five miles from Havana. It origina ted in a remark made by a man to his . friend on seeing a lady coming out of Church, The laqy was unknown to toe person making that remarkbut happened to be the other's wife. A slap in, the face was the conseouence. and a challenge came soon after. This , was accepted, and the seconds selected a place. The -wife got wind of the affair, and immediately took steps to prevent the dreadful catastrophe. Her first thought was to notify the police. but that might have given her husband the refutation of a coward, and she took a bet ter method by going to the house of the other party, 'Where she met nis wue; and a plan was soon concocted be tween the feminlnes. On the morning appointed for the duel, both husbands got tip early; wives aitto uasDanas took car riages, and their, wives one armed with five children and the other with three took other vehicles in waiting. - When the two dnelists arrived at the spot they were somewhat aetonuhed on seeing the two caraiages drivei up - with thetir-passeogers, who cooly informed the mentbat they also N bad come to fight, - so as to make it a com-' plete family quarrel, at the same time pro ducing an empty purse and a package of baby linen as their arms and munitions of war The Uttie ones naa porguns ana ' firecrackers, and soon some indulged In a cry. It ' is useless to add that the blood thirsty Benedicks made peace on the spot. and returned to uavans, in company wiui their seconds, to celebrate tne affair, over a champagne dinner. ; - f v - -Tssaynr- More Excavations at Pompeii. A correspondent, writing from Naples, j&pril aa, sayis j .. . . - - , On last Friday there was an excavation i i ...nn rt f-Via Tnater nf t.h Ttnv- ar Household,' when a wonderful discovery It vaa a ki.hfn ch&t WU dis interred, and on one of the fornelh small square holes or fire-place,. 6uch as are in use in the present; day,, and are fed. with CO eUCOVr""V OM JUUUU f WiJA-i w v-ws, Ma- ported by a tripod. The vessel or saucepan was nermeucauy cioseu, uu uarcu o. irtT nit h- VtnsUiL an that it, rea ui red con- aiderahTA force to open it. But how great -was the surprise of those pres sent to find that it , was nearly tit f n.fo.i . TVi a fnfjtrf nr of the vessel lull v TT atvt , a.w w. . -' " presented no signs 6f .oxidation, ao that no one nesitatea. to taste uie waier, wiieu i .r . nnnfl ruarrWM v awt! n"fl Wiod.' Pom neit; which has enriched us, after'a lapse of I J 1 A 1 4 AHTila paintings and. sculptured 'marblef...which has' almost suppneu our j-auiea wiuv ureau arid honey. 'eggs ,and figs and a variety of other luxuries, haa now slaked our thirst with waterJ deposited in a vase so far back as the reign of Titus, and by one of the vic tims, perhaps, of the fires of Vesuvius, how. curious are these revelations of the inner life of a people long since . molaered. into tunes It yo "il '' ?;' 'A fori' -v 7 ,-u Tri r.r. m TC.i Life Insurance. Having ibeen requested by ; the Eternal Ulie insurance company to write up an ar ticle showing the benefits of life insurance, Ire give the result of our labors below : : Life insurance is no new thins under the ! sun. Its origin dating back to the time of the flood, when Noah, who had his life In--sured, was saved, while those who hooted at the i1ea of tere being much of a 6ho.wer were all drowned, and their widows and orphan children were leit penniless upon the cold charities of the world. Daniel, the first lion tamer, had a policy for $10,000 in the "Eternal." i ; Methuselah was also insured in the 4,Etcr nal," aud would have completed his thous andth year if he had not neglected to renew his policy. . : Haying shown the antiquity of life in surance, we subjoin a few illustrations of its Derjents: f . A man In Vermont dyed a few days ago', and he being insured in the "Eternal" his hairs got $10,000. . . ! A man in Chicago, who was solicited to take out a policy in the "Eternal,." was ' taken sick the next day and recovered. ' A man in St. Louii who held a, policy in the "Eternal," was sentenced to be hung, but upon showing his policy was immedi ately reprieved, much against the wishes of his wife, who remarked that his;. death 1 would be the best thing he ever did for his family. ; , ; ' A young man in Minnesota ' took out ' a policy in the "Eternal," and lived so long that he had to go into an adjoining county to lie down. A red-headed woman In New York took out a policy In the "Eternal" and could not ''even dye her.hair afterwards. .! 'J A fast voung man was solicited to insure 1 In the Eternal.", He refused to do so, and tne next day he was found dead drunk. I , A man In CtucTrinatI jjot out a policy in the "Eternal, and the next day he was able throw a pair of dies with the utmost ease.- ' ' r-Kjj c- r" . ' l j ' - A comraunitv. out west all cot insured ,1a the "Eternal," and they had to import a fewi corpses from a neighboring town to (Start a grave yard .. A; printer in this city refused to Insure In the "Eternal," and he was found the next day dead broke. Wheeling Register. The Crops—Farming. Our farmers are now busily .engaged in Jutting in their spring crops. All their isposable force is at work breaking up the ground, sowing oats, and getting ready to plant corn and potatoes. The spring is more backward than usual, and the early planting will be later tbau for some years. At this writing, there is a good deal of oats to sow, and but comparatively a email por tion of the corn ground broken up. The rain last week put the farmers back some what, as it made the ground too wet for ploughing. What they required was a gentle, warm rain at night, and not such a dashing storm as we had on Tuesday. . In looking over our exchanges, which are re ceived from several States, we are struck with their concurrent testimony in favor of abundant crops the coming season. This comes from all. parts of the country, and applies as well to serials as to fruits. The newspapers state that the indications are that the crop of 1867 will be heavier than was ever before grown upon the continent ot America. We are rejoiced at thia pros pect. It is evidence that the poor will be able to purchase the staff of life for a low er price next year, and that starvation and ,want.will be driven from the land. Before . the next six months shall have expired we want to see eight dollars buy as much flour as sixteen do now : and all other articles of consumption fall in proportion. NOTICE. TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS. QEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE. t eeired at the office of the Mineral Railroad Company, in the city of Co'umbus, Ohio, until Wednesday, the 22d Inst., i at noon, for the grading;, masonry and bridging of tne 1st uirision ot tneir road, extending from tbe city of Columbus to . the city of .Lancaster 31 miles. Also, for tbe furnishing of the iron chairs and . ppikes, laying of track and ballasting of the road between tbe tame points. Proposals will be reoeiy ' ed for one section or more, Also, separate proposals will be received for the : construction of two bridges acrosi tbe bcioto river and one bridge across the Canal near and in the ' city of Columbus. Bids lor the masonry and ' bridges may be made separata if partie choose. Proposals will also be received at the time and , place above named, for the grading, masonry and bridging of the 2d division, extending from the city of Lancaster to the town of Jielsonville 3j miles. . Also, for tbe furnisbsng of the iron, chairs and spikes, laying of track and ballasting of the road. Proposals will also be received at the same time aod place, for the grading, masonry and bridain? of tne 3d .Division, extending trom tbe town of fie . sonville to Athens 14 miles, and for the furnish ing of the iron, chairs and spikes, laying of track and ballasting of the road between same points. Profiles, plans and specifications of the work may . be seen t the Company's office, in tbe city of Co latnbus, on and after the 13th inst. - The Cod piny reserve the right to reject any and all bids it they deem it for their interest. M. M. GREENE. Colambus, May 3, 1867. Vice President. '. may4-dtf PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION! THH STATU OP fllTTO Drricx os- thb tiECRBTaar of State.) ; - I, Willia-n Henry Smith, Secretary of State of the i owe oi vmo. ao nereoy ceruiy mat ine ioiiowidk ; is a true copy of a joint resolution, passed by the ; General Assembly of the State of Ohio, on the 6th ; day t April. A. v. 167, taken from tne original rolls I on file in tbis office. j ,ln testimony whereof, I have hereunto subscribed I '". my name and affixed the Great Seal of the 1 II. s.l State of Ohio, at Columbus, the 6th day ! of April. A.D 18C7. . W1LUAM. HENRY SMITH, i , Secretary of State. ' ' A BESOLU1TON ' ! Relative to an amendment of the Constitution pro , Tiding for tbe extension of the elective fran- ebise. ' It olvd by the General Attembly of the State o j Oh io.( three-fifth s of tbe members ejeoted to each i House acreeine thereto). That it be and is berehv ! proposed to the electors of this State to vote, at tbe j next annnal October election, upon the ap roval or : rejection of the following amendment as a tubsti t tute for the first section of the fifth article of the ; Constitution of tbis state, to-wit : Jvery maleoiti- ten of the United States, of the age of twenty-one ; years, who shall have been a resident of tbe State j one year next preceding the election, and of the i eonnty, township, or ward in which he resides, such i time as may be provided by law. except such Dersons ! as have borne arms in sopport of any insurrection or t States, or have tied from their places of residence to , viva vviust us ewa vwa iwwv vuw iuisivwi J ova w lb v suci out ' or have deserted the military or naval ervice of said ; Government in time of war, and bare not subse i ouently been honorably discharged from the same. shall have the qualifications ol an elector, and be en ; titled to Tote at all elections. v. u. .. ED. A. PABROTT. i Speaker of the House of Representatives. ANDREW G. McBURNEY. i President of the Senate. I Passed April 6, 1867. ; apr8-dlawm-r . SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. i r. I I ' ' HUNTER'S IClotliiog Em No. 220 South High St., COLMlTIUiU!", oiiio. T WAVE JUST K. ECE1VED THE i A largest and finett stock of Fall and Winter Goods : ever brought to tbis city, consisting of French, XCutrllsBli and Domestic Cloths. 1 ...n Caagimeres., &o., For Gentlemen's wear, which I will sell at the low. est Cash prices. Also keep constantly on hand a well selected stock oi READY MADE CLOTHING. 1 ' 1 , JOHN HDNTEB, , jnayl " S20 South High street. OAI.LKHBB. . T. A. MlTTBtTa. Late of Mason Co., Ky Of Maysville. Kj. .!. ; . Late of Mt. Sterling, Ky. llIercllants, Hotel, (rOBMIELTDINMISOM HOUSED ALLEBKS, KKL0S & CO., rprietors. Fiftla Street, mesur Irlalxt, X7"TMs: House baying been tboroug hiy repaired X evsted and sewiy inr&uoea. m now open. 'PHYSICIAN & SURGEON. PABSOKS' SLOCK, COB. HIGH TOWN lT ! ctjLUMDus, o. spll8-lm 1 , .? ,V. Ti-rjuV'i .0 .'I iiC'w A NEW GOODS f ' NEW" GOOfiS ! Received this day at RICHARDS & HOLMES) SOUTH HIGH STREET, ....... i Coaaistinf of 1 DRESS GOODS, : , . PLAIN MERINOS, ! PLAIN POPLINS, ' - . PLAID POPLINa DELAINES, COBURGS, LADIES' SHAWLS, .. . ' '.. TABLE LINENS, TABLE NAPKINS, ' . TOWEL1NGS, ; , If'JvAJNJSlfiljS, OPERA FLANNELS, 1 ' . ' ; I CLOTHS and )'.' CA SSI MERES," . " " MOURNING GOODS, BALMORAL SKIRTS , '-.. I HOOP SKIRTS, EMBROIDERIES. V r FINE LACES, LINEN BANDK7FS, : ' . LADIES' COKSETS, XiUSlKKI, GLOVES, &c. aug!4 THE MERCHANTS N EXPRESS COMPANY. CAPITAI.; - - $20,000,000. ' ' ' . Owned sund Operated by Our Merchants and Manufacturers, ; , ' ' 1 y-'' ' Carries "by Express, ", ( , j ' Money, Valuables, Freight &. Parcels, . s-: ; : Over more than : ' ' 13,000 mile of Express Line, And to more thnu FOURTEEN .HUNDRED OFFICES, ii.- And through tbem to ' Mare than 4,000 Cities and Towns, At Just and Liberal Sates, Based on DISTANCE and COST. Our, Lines are constantly Extending, AND will soon exceed those run ' by both the American and TJ. 8. Express Co's. C Over $100,000 per month Are now saved to Express Shippers by this Com pany, and this saving can be made permanent by continuing tbe same liberal -patronage hitherto giv en it. Experience assures our success, and conTinoes us that we may rely upon the public confidence and support, which, we nope to merit always. . OFFICE, No. 27 Eaat fttate Street, . HrSHNSON, - - Agent. 1SVS0-UW1U TEAS! teas: rllE ATTENTIOIf OF DEALERS Hotel Keepers and Families desirous of obtain ng choice Teas at reasonable rates, is respectfully ireoted to Our - . . , . COMPLETE ASS0ST1IE3ST OF ; GREElv BLACk. AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS. Which we offer in original packages, or In auanti- ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying that we never fail to meet all reasonable expect tions, and whue orders are constantly coming in I "Just eacti Tea as you sent ns before," complaints rarely occur, Persons who, as a matt ; ui uuibo. or iroui utkisuio cuoniawsuoiu, nra xia Tea, often find it difficult to get a good artiole. y OUR CHOICE BLACK TEAS cannot be excelled, and have established a reputa tion for us wherever we have sold them. ' OUR NATURAL LEAF0 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 market prices. i BROOKS, f.lERIOfr & CO. Or O 33 a, ISo. 873 Soutli Ilifirlx Ht. ang3 (Corner Friend.) COLUMBUS X HO. OPERA. XIOUSJB. WILCOX & GIBBS, I0. 4. OPERA. DOUSE. WEED, r0. 1G EAST . BROAD STREET. RO. 4, OPERA HOUSE. W. PIMIVCEL, GENEBAL AGENT FOB OIIIO. declS LAND FOR SALE. rrnE UNDEnSIGPCED HAS FOHTT X eight acres ol la d for sale, situate on the Na tional road and tne Livingston road. I be land is adapteit for Gardening purposes, and will be sold entire as a whole, or in smaller ot. Also, 103 acres of land on the National road, three miles east ot uoiumDus, witu good buildings, or chard, and is in good order. Also, M acres on tbe National road, five miles east of Columbus, with a good bouse, orchard, Ac. Also, 62 acres adjoining the above, with a good House. Darn. &c., or i4 acres on tne same road. The land is in the best condition, and will be sold at a Dargain and on easy terms. For particulars, inquire of THOMAS MILLER, T miles east of Columbus on the National roadj novl5-dtf Columbus. Ohio. LIVE STOCK AND I ' I Petroleum: Exchiange. ON THE 16TH INST. I WILL OPEN A LIVE STOCK PETROLEUM EXCUARGE Tlf THE SOUTHWEST COB1TEB OF I ,1.- Iv.n U.ilJini) .lin. I .l.ll L. .1 J to negotiate, upon reasonable terms, with all person, who desire to sell or purchase Lire Stock, Heal.Es- VIC. i CTJOlCUUi iiBUUD. ui vi j utwno, i ; . 7 . r Aiibttuw wiLsoiii Jr, jmayis-dtf-e? r, ..;r; .... 3. FOB SALErfRIHTIHG OFFICE, X ' TVO-TBIBDS INTEIIEST IN A Jt.' Democratic Printing office will be sold cheap. Only paper in a strong Demoeratio ooun'y. Ofiioe income, WQ yoaily. rAajdresa,,! t !- .. :. , ,? - ; -i -.-',-.-a-. ' . P.O. a. . .. JftprS''-1'1.1 . ' .kStatcsmao Office... 8EWINGMACIIINEROOM8 KEWOODS i. NEW GOODS! ' JUST RECEIVED ATj ' ici sourn iiigii street, ; NEW RETAIL CLOTHING HOUSE OPENED BY STEMS, TOWNE & CO,, . i . o SPLENDID G001S I ELEGANT STYLES Matched BeaTer Suits, iiatched Csssimere Suits. Matched Pants and Vests. A variety of Beaver and Cassiniere O V EEC OATS, EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. ASSORTMENT i TTATS CAPS) SOMETHING EW AND NOVEL. Commencing Monday, October 15. -All Goods sold at prices that defy competition. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Now is the time to buy yonr Clothing and Furnish ing Goods, and the place 104 SOUTH DIGn STREET. Call and examine our Goods and receive ex planation in full. All are invited. - . . . STEBBINS, TOWNE & CO. Retail Store. 164 South High street; ' Wholesale Store, No. 1 Gwynne block, oct!3 COLUMBUS. OHIO. THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS. Rev. J. F. GIVEN, Editor and Proprietor. Published weekly on Friday, at COLU BUb, OHIO. ' Office No. 26 North High Street. . AL80 " BOOR AND JOB PRINTING. TRUE "WITNESS AIITIS TO BE A GOOD X religious journal, free from the political rancor of the times and opposed to the mingling of politics and relieion. It is an independent enterprise, but is conduct ed in tbe interest of tbe movement which looks to the establishment of Churches on a basis of free and simple Christianity, discarding all creeds but the of a Christian life. It seeks to be entertaining and instructive to old and young, having a page devoted exclusively to the family eivinz current intelli gence, religions snd seoular, and reporting the mar kets, &aat and w est. We hope all who are in favor of a. Christianity free from politico, sectarianism and fanaticism will extend tons their patronage. . jo'-i - GIVEN HAVING PURCHASED TBE INTER est of P. M. Gutohes in the Carriage Making onop. Corner of Fair & Linn Alleys, Between Broad and Gay and High and Frontstreets I am now prepared to make BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, Spring Wagons and Road Wagons On the best possible terms ss cheap as can be done in tne city. . of all kinds done on short notice. iuly25-dtf t. THOMAS ANDERSON. ASTROLOGY. mm ii . ' IB WORLD fflOBD XT THE TONDEItmi KKVELATION3 . I MADE BY THE GREAT ASTR0L0GIST, Madame II. A. FEBBIGO She reveals secrets no mortal ever knew. 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It cost you but a trifle, and you may never agaiu have so favorable an opportu nity. Consultation fee, with likeness and all de sired information. $1. Parties living at a distance can consult the Madame by mil with equal safety and satisfaction to themselves, as if in person. r A full and explicit chart, written out, with all inauries answered and likeness inclosed, sent by mail on receipt of price above mentioned. Tbe strictest secresy will be maintained, and all corres pondence returned or destroyed. References of the highest order furnished those desiring tbem. Write plainly the dayof the month and year in which you were born, inclosing a small loon ot hair. Address. Madame H. A. PKRRIGO. P. O. Drawee 293, Buffalo, M . Y. mar25-dawly WHISKERS AND MUSTACHES forced to grow upon the smoothest taco in trom three to five weeks by using Dr. SEVIGNE'S . RESTAURATEUR CA- riLLAlKE. the jnost V wonderful discovery in modern science, actios unon the Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous .manner. It haa been used by the elite of Paris and London with the most flatter ing success. Names of all purchasers will be regis tered, and if entire satisfaction is not given in every instance, tbe money will De cneertully refunded. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, tl. Descriptive circulars and testimonials mailed free. Address BERUKR. SHUTTS & CO., Chemists, No. 285 Riv er street, lroy, ss. X Sole agents lor tbe United btates. BEAUTY. Aubnrn. Golden. Flaxen, and Silken CURLS produc ed bv the use of Prof. DkBreux's FRISER LE CllEVEUX. One 'application warranted to curl the most straight and stubborn bair of either sex into wavy ringlets or heavy massive curls lias Deen used by tbe fash ionablesof Paris and London with the most erati fvine results. Does no injury to the hsir. Price bv mail, sealed and postpaid, $1. Descriptive Circu lars mailed free. Address BERGER, SHUTTS A CO.. Chemiss, No. 285 River street, Troy, N. Y Bo'e Agents tor the u nited states. mar25-dawly CHINGARORA AJTI-IVERVOUS SMOKING TOBACCO! rrne ch in cakoka ToitArco 1 grows from tho rich soit of the "ORIENT," and is possessed of a peculiarly delicious flavor en tirely unknown to the tobaccoes of all other dim s. But its unprecedented popularity has sprung frtm t' e tact or the entire absence ot tnat aeaaiy poison. Jfieotin, whion permeates every other tobacco, and whiohis the one and sole cause of the distressing nervous diseases, dyspepsia, Ac, which most inva riably, sooner or later, follow the indulgence of the pipe and cigar. At the recent analy ration of to bacco from all parts of the world, at the Academy of Sciences, in Paris, the renowned Chemist. M. L amours Arx. declared that while European and American tobacco contained fully eight i er cent., and the purest Havana tobacco from two to five per cent- of Mcotl, tue CHIGARORA did not con tain one discos erable particle of that deadly poison, a drop of which, extracted, will destroy life. - Our Agent at BOMBAY has shipped ns large quantities of the CHLNG ARORA during the past two years, and although we have been pressed to supply the demand for this delicious luxury to the veteran smoker, yet we are now prepared to oner it in, unlimited quantities, at a price much lower than some American tobacco of a far inferior quality. A oonnoiseur has but to smoke the American to bacco and segara, which are invariably chemically flavored, to bed isgasted with the medicinal taste which leaves a nauseous, unhealthy ooating in- tbe mouth, and in time seldom fails to shatter the ner Tons system. . .. . T The natives of the "ORIENT" smoke the CHIN GARORA from morn till night, from youth to age. and. are happily unconscious of the wild, distressing, fire which eourses through the veins of tbe inhaler j of the fumes of tobacco containing JficoHi. - - - We inTite eTery lover of the weed to try tbe CH1NGARORA, and guarantee unprecedented ! pleasure ia its delioious flavor. SOLD EVERYWHERE. EDWIN M. COOK & CO., Sole Aaentt and Importer of ths CII1NQABORA TOBACCO for the United Statt a id Can ; - udaa. and Dealer a in aU hinds of Havana and American Segars and Tobaccoes. i ; ; , MAIN DEPOT, 197 DUAIfE ST NEW TORE. , prl3-d&ii3m . . : vi . CARRIAGE MAKING SHOP OBAGoTO Jo BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD BLOOD PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. PILLS. BLOOD PILLS BLOOD PILES i - ABD Blood Purifier! ARE TJ1NT2QTJAJLED oa cuanra Scrofula, SypJiilis, ' Skin 2is- Dyspepsia or Indigestion, i SICE HEADACHE Hver Complaints fltJieximat Ism, JTever and Ague. St, A.ii . thonya JTire,, . . FEMALE COMPLAINTS. . Erysipelas, Tumors, Eruptions, .. . . Fits, Scrofulous Con ..' sumption, etc, , Q 3 S3 G' Q Q ; Q 8 1 S ' 6mB person writes, ber daughter was enred Of Fits of nine years' standing, and St. .Vitus: dance of two veara. , - ANOTHER writes, his son was enred after bis fleah had almost wasted away. . ' The doctors pronounced the case Incnrable. : ANOTHER was enred of Fever and Ague af. ter trying every medicine in his reach. ANOTHER was cured of TOrer Bore which - bad existed fourteen years. , t- ! i ' ANOTHER of Rheumatism of eight years Vases innumerable of Pyspepsia and Liver Complaint could be mentioned. In which the ' Purifier and Pills work like a charm, THE BLOOD FILLS Are the most active and thorough pills that bare ever been introduced.- They act bo di rectly upon the Liver, exciting that organ to such an extent as that the system does not re . lapse into its former condition, which is too apt - to be the ease with simply a purgative pill. They are really a- . 1 BLOOD AND LIVER PILL, and in conjunction with the BLOOD PURIFIER! 'Will cure all the aforementioned diseases, and, of themselves, will relieve and cure Headache, ! Oostiveness, , Oolio Pains, Cholera Morbus, Indigestion, Pain in the Bowels, Dizziness, 6zc, &Ci DB. ROBACITJS Stomach Bitters! Bhould be used by convalescents to strengthen the prostration which always follows aoute disease. , Try these medicines,' and you will never re tret it. Ask your neighbors who have need them, and they will aay tbey are GOOD MEDICINES, and you should try them be ore going for a physician. . . . U. S. PROPRIETARY ISEDICIKECOmPAnY. (Successors to Dr. C W. Roback,) 80LB PROPRIETORS, ' XTos. 50, 68,60 & 62 E. Third St. . CINCINNATI, O. f 'Are Sold by all Druggists ao4. Dealers In Patent IVledicinejp EVERYWHERE. ; ; iaoell-d.tau.-- Oviiuw Dl A U G H T o rrs N AUGHT0N yrHy BU ILDING TAMES NATJGHTON WISHES TO RE tl turn thanks to the natrons of the above well known store, and to solicit a continuance of their favors. Being sole proprietor of the building as well as business, he can afford to sell for a much low er proht than any bouse in town, and customers can depend upon bnding at all times a good stock ot sea' sonable sroods. and will receive such rjroroDt atten tion at the hands of bis clerks and assistants as will assure vi8i tors to his establishment that they are in deed daiing in a 3?" 1 xr is -t Class .-toxo Where can alwavs be found, DRE3 GOODS, SHAWLS, CLOTHS, . : CASSIMERES, LADIES' CLOAKS OF 0DR OWN MAES. Also, Hosiery and Fancy GooJs of every description JAME NAUGHTON, 118 and 122 South High street, feb20 . . COLUMBUS. OHIO LITTLE'S PATENT AIR-TIGHT COOK STOVE. PATENTED FEBRUARY, 1865. ' The Best Stove in the Government TUB PECULIAR FEATURE OF this . Steve is the novel construction of tbe Oven, which makes it the most thorough baker in use You have access to the Oven in front, converting the sidfes into flues, giving it two more heating surfaces than any other St' ve made. As the Stove is constructed it is i 5 tended for either WOOD or COAL, operating with either equally well. ' ORVIL. CASE, Acentj No. 139 North High 'street,' nov3-dtf , COLUMBUS,, O, CRISPER COaiA. . Oh 1 she was beautiful snd fair. With starry eyes, and radiaut hair. . Wh -se curling tendrils soft, entwined. Enchained tbe very heart and mind. CIXlSPfcR COMAi For Curling tiic.Dair of Either Sex inlo Wavy and Glossy Kioglets or Heavy Massive Curls. By using this artiole Ladies and Gentlemen csn beautify themse'ves a thousand fold. It is the only article in tho world that will curl straight h.iir, and at the same time give it a beautiful, glossy appear ance. The Crisper Coma not only ourls the hair, but invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it; is highly and delightfully perfumed, and is the most oomplete article of the kind ever offered to the American public. .The Crisper Coma will be sent to anv address, sealed and postpaid, for tl. Address all order to ' '. VV. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists, No. 3 West Fayotte street, Sybacuse, N, Y . mar25-iawly There onmeth glad tidings of joy to all. To young and to old, to great and to small ; 1 The beauty which once was so precious and rare . Is tree for all. and all may be fair. Bjrtlie useof . CHASTELLAR'S : WHITE LIQUID ENAMEL,: , For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion. The most valuable and perfect preparation in use, for giving the skin a beautiful pearl-like tint, that is only found in youth. 'It quickly re moves Tan. Freckles, Pimples, . Blotches, . Moth Patches, Sallownees. Eruptions, and all impurities of the skin, kindly healinc the: same, leaving the skin white and clean as alabaster. Its use cannot be detected by tbe closest scrutiny, and being a vegeta ble preparation is perfectly harmless. It is the only artiole of the kind used by the French, and is con sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect toilet. Upwards of 30.000 bottles were sold during the past year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy Price only 75 cents. - Sent by mail, post-paid, on re ceipt Of an order, by .... i . .-.v MERGES, 8HDTTS AC.. Chemists.' ' i -., r. . .285 River jSL.Troy.N. J". ., mr25-dawly ' IP Kin itm o: i ..u:si .u - ' it fI ' ffi A I. fi m? Hi? Hv ' v. Wfci P'l , H- !T1 !1 ., Hi! l'i illilA UGHTO N Tb gHAL Xyiyl! j . - .ii. T O JE3 - t BALTOHE 'LCCK HOSPITAL . , ., , BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. ESTAHL,VsHiil AS A REFUGE FROTTI JUACICERY. THE ONLY PLACE WHERE - CURE CAN BE OBTAINED. , . Dr. JoHNS TON has discovered the most Certain - Speedy and only Effectual Remedy io tbe World for weaKnessot tne Back or Minns, u-iciurei, aow tion of the Kidneys and Bladder. Involuntary Dis- Dyspepsia, Languor. Low Spirits. Confusion of Ideas, Pa pitation of the Heart, Timidity, Tremb ling, Dimness of tiight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat, Noae.or Skin. Affrctions of the Lit er. Lungs, 8tomach or Bowels those terrible Dis orders arising trom Solitary Habits of XoutD sa rvKT and aoiitarv rjractices mora fr.tal to their vic tims than the song of Svrens to tho Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or and ticipations, rendering marriage, te., impossible. : - Especially, who have become the victims of Solita ry Vice that dreadful and destructive habit which I annna'ly sweeps to an untinely grave thousands of youngmen o; the most exalted talents and brilliant intellect, whd might otherwise have entranced list ening Senates with the thunders of eloquence. . waked to ecstacy the living lyre, may call with confidence. I -i Married Persons' or Young Men contempl marriage, oeini aware oi rnysicai eaaness ganio Debilitv, Deformities, speedily cured. , He who peaces himself under the care of Dr. may religiously confine in his honor ss a gentlema and confidently rely upon bis skill as a physioian. ORGANIC WEAK! ESS : Immediately Cured and fuU Vigor Restored. - This distressing Affection which renders life mierable and marriage impossible is tbe penalty paid by the victi ns of improper indulgences. . Voung persons are too apt to commit excesses from not be ing aware. r 1 the dreadful consequences that may ensue. Now. who that understands the subject, will . pretend to 'bat the power of procreation is lost sooner by thop f a I ins into improper habits than by the prudent? lsi es being deprived of the pleas, re of healthy cTsprirg. tbe most serious and de structive aymptoms of both body and mind arise r The System becomes deranged, the Physical and ... ental Functions Weakened, Losa of rrocreative ' ower.Nervous Irritability. Dyspepsia, Palpitation ,: the Heart, Indigestion. Conatitutional Debility Waiting of the Frame, Cough, Consumption; ' - and Death. . '-I . ik. jroixrvsTOX, .'' . Member of the Royal College of Sure eons, 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 ' deipbia and elsewhere, has effected some of the most ' astonishing cures that were ever known ; many troubled with tinging in the- head and ears Then asieen. ereat nervousness, beinz alarmed at suddea ' sounds, 1 ashfulnesF .with frequent blushing, attend ed sometimes with derangementot mind, were cured mmediately. . TAKE IAItXICUAIt NOTICE. Dr. J, addresses all those who haTe Injured tbem ' selves by improper indulgence and solitary habits, which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for either business, study, society, or marriage. . : These are some of tne sad and melancholy effects produced by early habits of youth, vis: 1 Weakness of tbe Back and Limbs. Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight. Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derange ment of the Digestive Functions, General Debility' Symptoms of Consumption, Ac. ' i - Mint ally. The fearful effects on the mind ar much to bs dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion o Ideas, Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings ATersion to Society, Self-Distrust, Love of Soli tude. Timidity, Ac., are some of the evils produced Thousands of persons of all azes can now judge what is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and ema ciated, having a singular appearance about the eyes Cough and symptoms ot Consumption. . YOUNG-ME i 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 wbich are nightly felt, even when asleep, and, if not ' cured,' renders marriage impossible, and destroys both mind snd body, should apply immediafely. What a pity that a young man, the hope of bis . eonntrv, the pride of bis oarents, should be snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of life by the con - sequence of deviating from tbe path of nature, and indulging in a certain secret habit. Such persons must, before contemplating , 4 . . R1ARKIAGE, Reflect that a sound mind and body are the most . necessary requisites to promote connubial happi ness. Indeed, without these the journey through ' life beoomes a weary pilgrimage: the prospect honr- ly darkens to the view, the mind beeomes shadowed with despair, and filled with tbe -melancholy reflec ' tion that tbe happiness of another beoomes blighted " with our own. - OFFICE 7 South Frederick Ptrfcet, , Left-hand side sroinn from Baltimore street, a few doors from tbe eorner. - Fail not to observe name and number. . ; i Iff No letters received unless postpaid and con taining a stamp to be used on the reply. Persons writing should state age, and send portion of ad vertisement describing symptoms. ' . , t The Doctor's DIPLOMAhangs in bis office. INDORSEMENT! the PRESS. . Th m iitiv thousands cured at tbis establishment within the last twenty years, and tbe numerous im .port ant Surgical Operations performed ny jjr;Jonn ston,. witnessed by the reporters of The Sun. and man v other naners. notices of which have appeared again and again before the publio, besides bisstand ng as a gentleman of character and responsibility. a a sufficient guarantee to tne amictea 6KIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. june!9-dly . : . - V ; YOUNG 3IEN The experience of the past ten years has demon strated the tact that the utmost reliance may do placed in tbe emcaoy ot - BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS, ? for the speedy and permanent cure of Seminal W,1tni). Emissions. Phvaical and Nervous De bility. Impotence, or want of power, the result of sexuaiexce s,or ' YOUTHFUL INDISCRETION. , which, nesrlectcd. ruins tbe happiness and 'unfits tbe sufferer for Business. Social Society or Marriage, and often terminates in an untimely grave. : Make no delav in seekine tbe remedy. Bell's Specifio Pills can be used without detection or interference With business pursuits. NO CHANGE OF DIET IS NECESSARY. Thev are entirely vegetable, and perfectly harm less on tbe system. - Ea'-h box contains 60 pills, with full directions and a treatise on the consequences and cure. Price One Dollar, lieware ot counter feits 1 If you cannot procure them of your Drug . aist. send the money to Dr. James Brt AN. Consult ins Physician. 819 Broadway. New York, and they will be sent by return oi mail, tree iroin ODserva- tion. - For sale by Druggists genemllv., -. TO :LADIE9. If you require a reliable remedy to restore you, and remove Irregularities or Obstructions, why nut use tne best! . Everv ladv knows the slightest irregularity of na . 1 11 . . 1 1 1 j 1 . j j: . 1 lure is iiaoie 10 nnug uu ucaunvuci uiuuiuco-, 4ju Spirits, Fainting, Hysterics. Ac; then the bloom of health fades, the appetite fails, and other symptoms more distressing commence, as weaKness, opinai Complaint, the Whites, Prolapsus, Ac, Ao. A never failing remedy will be found in DR. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS. The experience of thir y years has proved they have no equal for Removing Obstructions and Ir recularitie-i. no 11 atte from WHAT CACSB THEY , arisk. The - are safe and sure in every case. Up wards of 50,000 boxes are stdd annually, and no com . plaint of their efficacy is ever heard, for they ac complish what they sre represented to do. Sold in boxes Containing Sixty J'illa. Price One Dollar.- DR. HARVEY'S GOIiDEN PILLS is a remedy tour degrees stronger t'! an tbe above, and intended for special cases ot long btanding. Price Fitc Dollars per Box. If von cannot curcbase the Pills of yonr Drug gist, they wiil be sent by mail, post paid, secure irom ooservation. on receipt 01 tne money, oj ut, J AMES BRYAN, Consulting Physician. 819 Broal way, New York. For sale bv Druggists generally. iriORE VALUABLE THAN GOLD X T3ISYA1VS LIFE PILLS .. . PURIFY THE BLOOD, : . Remove Hkadacbe, Dizziness, Giddiness. Lbowsikeps, Unpleasant Dkeams, Dim mess of Sioht, Ik digestion, Cleanse th Stomach and . , , Bowels, Insure NEW LIFE in the debilitated, and ' Heatore the. Sictr 1 to Perfect Health. . . jPUREI VEGETABLE. : . Try them 1 Th j only cost 25 cents, and if yon cannot get them of jour Druggist, send the money to . .Dry JAiltS BKx AJS. t;onsuiting rnysician, . 819 Bioadwav New York. And tbey will be sent by return ot mail.' post paid. r or sale by Druggists generally. -. 7 deczo-dawiy AFFLICTED 1 SUPPER ; NO MORE ! When by the use of DR. JOINVILLE'S ELIX ER you can be cured permanently, and at ,sv trifling cost. The astonishing success which has attended this invaluable medicine for Physical, and Nervous Weakness, General Debility and Prestation, Loss of Muscular Energy, Impotencv, or any of the con-? sequences of youthful indiscretion, renders it the mwt vmuaoie preparation ever discovered. - I. mntrm 11 n am'wi a m ff tiino " .ao.i in excitemenr-, incapacity to study or business, lots of roemorv.' contusion, thoughts ot selt destruction, fears of insanity, Ac. It .will restore the appetite, renew the health of those who have destroyed it by sensual excels or evil practices -. YoungMen.be humbusged no more by "Quack Doctors" and igrorant practitioners, but send without delay for the Elixir, and be at once restored . te health and happiness. A Perfect cure is Guar anteed in every instance. , Price, $ 1, or four bottles to one address, f3. . One bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in all ordin- TALSo!"DR- JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for the epeedy and -permanent cure of Gonorrhea. Gleet, Urethral Discharges, Gravel. Stricture, and all affections of tbe Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from one to 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 while nsing them, nor does their action in any man ner interfere with business pursuits. Price, tl per box. - . . : Either of tbe above-mentioned articles will be sent to any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mail or express, on receipt of price. Address all orders to BERGER, SHUTTS & Co.. Chemists. No. 2S5 River street, Troy, N. Y. -mar25-dawly - '. : EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR! ! CH ASTLL AH'S Hair Exterminator ! I i - - For Kemoving Superilaons' Hair. - ;7 To the ladies especially, this inTaluable depilatory Tf commends itself as being an almost indispensable article to fema'e beauty, is' easily applied, does not burn or injure the skin, butactsdirectlvon the roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from low foreheads, or from any part of the body, completely, totally and radically extirpatings he same, reaving the skin soft, smooth and natural. This ia the only article used by the French, and is the only real effect ual depilatory in existence. . Price 75 cents per pack age, sent post-paid, to any address, on receipt of an ixnar25-dawly -..i.'.-j .j'.: EAST! BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. 1 CENTRAL OHIO DIVISION - Three Trains teave Colnmbua Dailf aifollowi:($nndar Excepus.) 1:05 A. M. 'NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving at Zanesville at 3:50 A. M.; bellaire at 7:0 A. W.; Baltimore at 40 A. Vraahinston City at 52 A. M. ' '- 5 i if. ; ' ii!lO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS A rrivina; at Zanesville at 10 P.M.: Beliaire at 50 P. M. Hal m more at 10 JO A. M.; WashingtonCity atllJO A.M. ill at 4:45 P. M.; Beliaire at 9:00 P M.: Baltimore at 5:00 P M ; Wssbineton City at 50 P. M. SiThe 11:10 A. M. LIGHTNING EXPRESStops on.y at isew.rr., .anesvuie, tamunuso mu iaro vllle. Other trains will stop at all stations. : . ' AVFour trains daily leave Washtnrtoh of Balti more, for Philadelphia ano New Xork. - ' ; , This route n w offers to passengers these great and sopeiior advantages.. Fare.te Washingtoa- C.ty the saneas to Baltimore.' Philadelphia pas Sengers bsve tbe privilege tif visiting VN ashington City and Baltimore, eorout. New York passengers have the nrivileee ot visitins Washirtu.n atv. Baltimore and Phi lade phia, en yoste. Boston Pas- x . i- : 1 . e r . : . : TIT t eensters uavo li s vnruciin ui iitinut , aomnpion City, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York; en route, at precisely the tame cost for tickets as vi any other route. '' -'-" This is tbe only rotttwtbat ean give passengers the advantage of a through tickets, -or baggage checked to Washington City. ;,. . n. i,t, , , .- f r. CT AsW far TIcbetoyifatnelar. .. iNO L. WtLSON, Mssterof Trah'sportaUom, - LJ M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.; . t JNO. W. BROWNGeni Passenger Agt. .tay6-D,. ' V: r ' J COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENTRAL RAILWAY FOR SAND trSlCTV " TO LE DO, DE TROIT, Richmond.' Indianapolis, Lafayette, Springfield, JUL. Terre Haute,- Kvansville, Louis ville. Cairo, St.Louis, Chicago, and all points West and South. : i ?::. f. - r'! n- i . . -. No change of cars between Columbus and Indi annp.Mis. .--:j.:.. FOUR TRAINS leave Qlumbus, , daily, a fbl- '4:0O A.M. WAilrtrrives at llrbana V:l A. M.: Bellefontaine 1:50 A. M-rSandn.kvH-oo t m . Piqua 8:45 A. M.; Lima 8:20 P. M : Toledo 8:55 V cago 10:55 P. M.; Indiscapolis 8:15 r. M.: Louis ."a"; l,iPn"fleld. ui., i.ufl.w, viucj lau r. in. ine only route by whioh passengers leaving Columbus in the morn ing cau.reachi Chicago the same evenitg.. tl5 A..in DAY EXPRFSS-ArriTee a Piqua 3:12 P. M.; Lima 9:15 P. M-t Richmond 5.-0SP. M.; Cbicsgo6ftAJl. Indianapolis 9.-00 P.M.: La. ay. ttte3:10A. Louisville 4K A. M.: Terre Haute ISuOA. -M.i M ittoon 20 A. hi.; Cairo 6 PMj Par.alHOA- M : St. Louis 820 A M. .This train arrives in St. Louis 3 hours in a.Tanceof any other route. ' : ' n . . Ci-m.-ai ;u : 6:00 P. Vt. TOLEDO FXPRESft Arrives at Urban 757 P. M.; Bellefontaine 9:00 P, M.:San-duskye-OA. M.; Piqua 8:48 P. M.: Lima 3:00 A. M4 Chicago(via Lima) lih8 P.M ; Toledo 6:65 A. M ;De troit lOjQO A. at. . Passengers tailing ttws rente ar rive at Chicago at noon the following day, 8ihturs in advance of any Other route. IZnSA.iri. NIGHT EXPRESS Arrives at nioaiaiina owa.m.; voicago juroo r. M.j Indianap olis 9:00 A. M.; Lafayette 12:15 P M.; Springfield. 8P.M Quincy 8:00 A. Jl.: Louisville 4 JO P M.: icrm usun ";iu r. u i r.vansviue 3'0 r M Mattoon3:15 P. M.i Cairo 6-P0 A' M.; Pans 5:10 P M Kt . Inla 10410 V 1 1 Tl.;. . Louis 3 hours in advance of any 1 ther route. New State Room Sleeping Cars mn in aigbt trains. ... .. . t . All changes made in Union Depots;' Baggage Checked through to All principal points. t Ask for Tickets Tia RICHMOND, AND. INDIAN APOLIS. ' J " ' ' J.'H.' DOTEN.Si r!c'iet ;Aenti; Cdlu'mb-rs. Y. Ch ANDt er, Gen. n icket Agt.,) T ' " ": V-' i J. M. LTjkT.SODrinn4u l Indianapolis. -1 api- ' .... .. " i Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS. Alil AFTFI1APRIL 20, ISfTT, FIVE TRAINS DAILY will leaTe Columbia FOR CINCINNATI, LOUIbVILLE, CAIRO ST. L0TJIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND. 1Ur:,;' "' ' ' ' DI AN APOLIS & CHICAGO,' ' ' ' b Without change of cars to DAYTON and RICHr MOND, and only one change of ears toLN' ' , , , DIAN APOLIS and CHICAGO.. : v , ' Connections are reliable as follows : . i . . . . . -' . . . . ; FIRST. TRAIN.. " (Daily, except Monday J ,.ri Leaves at' 1:20 Al M. for' Cincinnsti. Circlfr . Tille ani Lancaster- . Chillieothe and-. Marietta; stops at London, Sout Charleston, .Xenia, Cor - win. Morrow, Loveland and Plainviile, arriving at Cincinnati at 6:15 A. M. .... H., K, . r StCOND TRAIN V; . ." (Daily except Sundays!) ' " Leaves at 5!0O A'. M.' for1 Cincinnsti, 'Dayta Richmond, Indianapolis and stops at .West Jefferr son, ijondon, South Charleston, Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwia. Morrow, South Lebanon, Foster's. ' Loveland, ilrlford, arriving 3it Cincinnati at lt:2 A. M. connecting with the Mail Line stoamers for Louisville. v ' : ' ' " THIRD TRAIN,. ! 'i ' 1 v (Daily, except Sundays- -r-f i r- : . Leaves ai P. M. for Cincinnati and Dayton. Richmond and Inciauspolis, arriving at Cincin nati a A J5 P. M; .-...v:- . : , FOURTH TRAIN... r -- j,. , i (Daily except Sundays... -. . , , ,, ,,t Leaves at 5: 10 P M. for Cincinnati, stopping at Alton. West Jefferson, London, Son th Charles- , ton Selma, Cedarville. Xecia, Spring a!leyv Corwin, Morrow, Loveland. and arriving at Cin cinnati at 10:35 A. M. . . .t i t - ' "J Sleeping; Cars are en all Night Trains) ;.i New v Freight Arrangements, The Cbicaso A Great Eastern, and Little Miami cV Columbus A Xenia, and Dayton A -Western Kail roads bave so arranged their Time 'I ables as to make direct connections with Freight trains at Richmond In both directions, making tbe time from Columbus to Chicago 38 hours. ... ... 1 , i HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent. T. LOUGH. Agent. -W.L. O'BRIEN,' ; Ger'l Ticket A e't, f r. ,. , . , E. W.WOODWARD, Cincinnati. , .. . Superintendent.) ; t , .s- i i Columbus. April 29. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad. .- ' ., -. ; .? - . rive Tx-a-itaes- X3-lly, EXCEPT SUNDAY. From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the ' Little Ifliaml fic Columbus Jc Xenia .... stallr-oaal;''' NIGHT EXPRESS Leares Columbus at 1:10 A.M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. liilead,' Galion,' Crestline, Shelby. New London, Welling ton, Grafton and Berea, -arriving at Cleveland at 6:15 A. M.. New York 7:00 A. M, This train leaves Sunda night, but not Saturday.' ' 1 NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbas. at 5)0 A.M. Will stop at all way stations. This train starts fro j tie Freight Yard; NKW YORK EXPREKSLeaTee Co'nmbus at, 11:10 A. M. ill stopatDelaware.Cardingtou.Gal-. ion, Crestline. Shelbj; New London. Wellington,' Grafton and Berea. Art ires at Cleveland at 39; P. M..New Vork ne-t day t 3:45 P. M. MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at J:15' P. Will stop at Wcrtbi Rtnn, Lewis .Center Delaware, anall Stations to Shelby and Shilt-h, New. London. Wellington, Grafton and Berea. i Ar-f. riyeat Cleveland at 9-5!0 P. M.. New York 10:30 P.M.., SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL AWAKE Leaves Columbus at 3:45 P. M. Wj K j ptop at all station" betneen Columbus and Spring field, arrivina at Delanare at 4:50 P. M., Sprinalletd 7:35 P. M. Ibis train leares .Springfield at 7:15 A. M atrives at Delaware at 9:55 A. M.; Columbus. 11:00A.M. . . : , . . ...-,! ii ; t Patent Sleeping Cara are niB on all ' - IVisnt Tralss to Chicago, r Weir York and. ; iK . . . j Boston . o- ; MW Baggage checked through to lew York and Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and I New York, via Crestline. ! RETURNING: I . Nicbt Express arrives at Columbus atl:C5 A. M. ' Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 12.TO noon. Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9:38 P.M. ' - l Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbus at 10:55 a. M. Fare as Low ai few; any Other Beute j Ask for Tickets Tia Crestline ot Cleveland. - I E. S. FLTNT. li ' Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio. " S .' JAMES PATTERSON. ! w. ; ' t ' " . '., . -Agent, Col omb 8,Qhio.i Columbus, April 29, 1867. , EVERY Witb the COTTAGE TRESS, and i the printing material accompany ing it, every man can do his own printing neatly, qniekly and eheap- ly. 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