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flowing the arrivaf and dermrtwr of trains At Co lmbns Ohio. Onand attar Monday, April 29, 187. rwintwitt rwlTai fallow r rff: t . . Clerelaacl, Celasaane et C!tl R. Jt.' UhtfCxvuM .,,4,., Idfta. Km A. M. Wo. 1 Accomia'Mation 5:00 A. M., 7:40 P M. New York EiMn ...... 1I:W A.MJ 'IfHHt nomr. Exprs and Mail. .;'.."...'.. :1S P. M. 9:30 P, M. Springfield via tHlaware-: .'. ;46 r. M. 10:55 A. M nB train leaves Sfthda ntghtriot Saturday, ; ' . . . ' JAMH6 PATTERSON ,1m. lAtAleniarar&Columbaa&XenlaR.R. VinelnActt.DmrtoBiRiebm'd, 'u-i . 101 ladlsjnesia, CMcago, Crr--.. -,, .,1.4 eleiille. Laneaeterj Hills- ' ' - - -. - r-i. Wb end :hiUiooth...-....,l30,a m, 03:50 a. ui Mesj;lMtinapol,Hill 1: ' i-i-.l -. 1 BHWro3, Cbtkiootne and Marl ' i tt'-'ttt ttn,".,i.e;.'...;-...-..v....6i aw m. ill.-ooa. CineidnMiJlMyJoA,' HOrSni ;. j ;..'.) . 1 ,- field, via Xenia, Rioiuu'd and (ndranaiwl .,-v-...Bfjn.,jlp. Ciiuunnati and Hnrinfftieltf ia London ,..;j..v........IKff mf ' IMp.n; j , , , . .. T. LiUUUti. Agent, Bajtloaora Ac Obio Railroad, Central &r l -Waie.AyBiesa.. ,, . .. in' v.t i-' ilWHN. iiaavj - - ' No, T Nisht Express leaves Columbus at ltf A. M. Noj-fcLigatninrKxpre: .0; ft ii i 11:10 A.M. No. 6 Mail and Express " w " 150P.il. TRAINS W. - I- i-'.i N.'-1 Mht Ixpreasatrives at Colombo 12:10 A. M, NuaM-i .vim.)' lids A. M. .uw ii. .?...wi,,.lr;, FELL. Agent. Plttabnr;, Calaaabn Clam B. K. Lirttnin Kxpresa 1:1BA.M,': . 5:30 P.M; Mail and Rinmi T1SS A. M." J 1W8 A. M. Ke Yark Kxpress.J.. t. M. 'KMmidoight :,;xk ,,, i - .." ,i :iJ. B. PETEKS. Awnt. Colnuaaoa and Inaianapolla. Ceatral ii,.. .iar,:iuiiwav r. -i.'m Nirtt Exprea...........;.;.ilMS A: W. " 1:59 A. M Pitubunt Express 5: P.M. KMOA.M. Day Rxpren .llMr A. M.'. 1:SPM. Aooommodation....-.?.i....;70 A. M. ' 6:iP. M. A. HILL. Agent. , BaaaaaJFr lBaiiIlW. 4p AtwarK JW,.AC, TrmlDrtaiTo Newark and arriTeaa follows t ...,'1 IIIVI. : IRRtTI. Mi01iir-Eprew..;.'.j9j..MHI0 A. M. 1K P. M. iaet Freight and Panenger. 40 P. M. 8:15 P. 11. Closing and Arrival of Mails Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE COLUMBUS POST OFFICE. Eastern Thronrt Mails, x. M. r. n.- A. Mi, ay U. tU, K. K..,...,- 1130 .ID UulU 7iJ0 Eastern Wy Mails, C. C. ' u. it. b.'. u.., n v... am orthwest,TiaFt.W.4C G;O.R.B.....a;i. !11 . ... ,730 Chicago, na U. P. A I., C. 0. A 0. B. B ..- 1:45 LUUeMiamiRJl. through j1 I.itMe Miami B. B. Way.-. 11:15 7O0 130 1M i:US 8:30 llrW 12 V.Tii. R.' R Newark, -Zanesrllle A Wheeling.. 11:15 M30 730 7:8 ' :S 1130 IS 30 51230 U.-Ur rt. .. w...r. C. PJrIthmnrtway. Circleville, Chillioothe ... 1030 Portsmonth .... Lancaster, Ohio ....... East K vr, Nattonal Road. 16.-00 Ut. Vernon Way, Wester- Tille. Ao 830 North Colnobas and Clin--, , tjonville.. ...... .......... SflO , Washinet8nC.H.,TiaHar-y . 10:90 T.-00- risbunr.- ttri-weeklkyj arrives Mondays. Wed nesdays. & Fridays, and lttatfnB TmtSfliLTit Ttinnu (900 730 days sod Saturdays ) Centre Village, (tri-week-i ly .Tuesdays, Thorsdays .n S.tnnl,R J . Ml .. 138 Itprrni HnrrRR. OffinA nrjens'atTli' o'oloek A. M.f and closes at 7V4 P. M. Sundays, opens at8i A. M., and closes at x a. St.- - All Mails close on Sundays at tH P.M. J. WOOD. Postmaster. J. WOOD. Postmaster. AGRICULTURAL. Storing of Surplus Honey. Storing of Surplus Honey. BY MRS. ELLEN S. TUPPER. OF IOWA. From, the - last of July, bees rear less brood, aiid their Instincts prompt them to rT(T- wiotur Deed?. The questionj Is often asked, "How shall i make mv.b6ea wbrk.-iai boxes?' as il bees need coaxing to store honey. If boxes or supers arc putxn hives and .the- bees do not take possess ieu of them, you may be sure that .their hive is not full below, or honey is not abundant, or else that they cannot readily reach the boxes. " - . -"..-'i U A strong Toakmy.-rwhen there is honey, will eagerly take possession of any room 'to which." they.Tiave free, access. .. idleness . is not one of their faults, andlhey need no ceaxtag to gather honey all the ' day and f.verv finv. In"Tbmmorf box hives Tlnd gQrhs, J. have 'seen :a half-inch hole bored and a large oox .put on, ana- wonaer ex pressed thai they did not occupy it. When bv ourTeeommendation six -or eight such holes were made, or better still, a piece cut out-of thebrve tae oeea atonce com menced.wtCk. It." 3y;gtviiig tree egress to tUe.boxetv Dees ,eyen in common nlves wU stored will work freely in boxes.-. AO-most lorma of movable comb hives goxid surplus accommodation is given.-i- uoxeson ail sucn jiives snouia oe put on early and changed as fast as they are filled, Itis not best to wait when, glass boxes are used, until ail the boney 4a -sealed. over in the cells-near-the glass; -the longer-boxes remain on, the darker will be the boneyw-i Neither is it best to take oil too many box.-es-ftt-once, it more than one are-filled take one oft, nd wait three or four days before removing the others. ' ; '" ,W b.ve an arrangement) on all Qvjr hi ves, o whatever form, by which we can raise a bix when nearly full, and put an empty one under it, with boles in top and bottom. The bees in their "eagerness to connect the. hooey id the upper box with the main hive, work verr fast in -the box below while a few are busied in sealing the honey above. Before the upper box is.ready to remove, the under one is, partially. filled wit comb. We fere con vinced that much ia lost by bee keepers in not giving good colonies ample room' duriig the .height of the honey bar yegt. ' -'' fflip ulS'adsgti'sniuctliijr swaujas of bees in J:ly does not hold good aDy where that buckwheat is jaised. We hate.eeen swarms in duly, that not only filled their hives well but?tored.a number ol boxes oX. hon ey, ancr-wgTms-irr Aogtrst -often,- and in September sometimes, till up well for win- 3r. Of course, there is an uncertainty, tewlinjf snph swjAfhis;-' anrT; tr the'hlves lrom which they come will hot store honey as they would have done had their popula tiorw xatnabiad the owner: must decide which is most valuable: to him, the new colony, if he can saveitor the honey in the boxa. -:If heprefers-the honey, the swarm caB be given-tQ soma other weak colony, or tww.fjr three can be anited. "Jie Italians ae prone to throw off what are called .buckwheat swarms." To avoid tbiM waknow. -of po better way than to. remove--theirs -qaeens aDput tne time or puck wheat wossommg.' ( we never mane new-cuiuutca &ibcr uijr picicinu xobuct o take from very strong ones, brood and store to strengthen and buildup alL.weak eolonlel early, not waitlDg until all bee for age" Tsgdne." "." - It is becoming 'Very common to gay that Buckwheat cannot be depended on as bee pasturage; Thir is iwt our experience; Here it has never fallad but once since -we have kept bees, to b a great' aid to them. -Sown as late as the last of July, if it does not ripen it will he .worth much more than it costs, in the honey that even a few swarm will gather lrom it." Y Xiie prooiiBe to be, the beat season for bees since 1863. Since the first of Juoe bees have bad uninterrupted- pasturage here and very little bad weather. White clover bfcisomed tarfy . arid the linden is . coming' Into bloom at least two weeks later than usual tad will not fail," we j udge, un til the earlv sown buckwheat bloom-, Bee keepers will,' we hope,-be repaid. for the disappointments 01 tne two past seasons. -lowa fiotnesieaa. , - . . ., ... .. : 1 PRtrmMa Evergreen '1 Hedges. Of all the ;different kinds of evergreen beitges and screens, ahd'we'ijave never seen any thins.eauai, to these made of, the .Norway Soruce. on the nursery grounds of Ell- wanirer &, Barrv. of Roohester. and T. C. Maxwell' & Bros- of Geneva, N. Y.' Dur . ingvit recent visit to the' last' named nur seriesi' they Informed us that they cut back these Hedges with a knife, instead of shear- inyrttremvthtis.impaTtlng to thorn a richeT and more natufaD appearance-, and avoid ing the numerous -short stumps-which wcHildresiUh from :thei vse of the shears, A little practice andean, accurate eye, en rble 'the.'perator-to. do iheo-iwork-with rapldityi" Tbie work is done early in snm mor. when theutrees. arergr'owlng. which fends' to check thei vigor. ad give them fhr. dwarfish and hedge-like habit.; .Nor way sprtce, hnlik theArBor'tifwand fiom'e other evergifens, wia growweu wv r -J 1 1 . ill Ia. f A? A. I. the enade, ana nencnr uio iniriurrui"-tua iewgeis fowna oenseiy covereu wira 1011 4ge, IhsteM of thti bare shoots so frequent ly feeea,. in,: tie, interior ..of other hedges. The Hemlock possesses the same charac teristic 'By cutting back with a knife, the foliage of the interiori8jnore perfectlx praerwd ttan, by hearing-f smooth jsur " &e'iik&Walr,whieh'irrake8'the mirfac only extremely dense, and tends to exclude —Rural New Yorker. -u.-mi ia .: "Tmb oentre edl thi ' Gritted States hag heer fixed at CoIbna,i Nebraska,' ninety-six miles west of Omaha. vbatvKn y , Crime in Kentucky—Robbery, Murder, Rape, and the Code of Lynch. [From the Cairo(III.) Democrat, July. 31.] hear Hckmar,, From b tentleman just returned from that city we have obtained a chapter of horrible incidents, -which we jtive below. ' " 1 'A few days go; while a farmer living near Hickman, Ky wa3 standing- at his frorrt door a man rode op to him and in a quiet tone of voice demanded $60; The farmer replied; Wliy should I give you money f 1 owb you nothing." . "If you ddnt pise me what I Ask," said the horse man, "I will bum your barn." The farmer laughed, and Walked; into his house. The horseman coolly passed on to the barn and set it on lire, remaining lanx enough to see the flames well mider way, , , un last atiursuay another farmer nameu Eyerets, living near the scene of the above related atit 01 arson, was plowing in his iiieriu, wueu man, riuniK a norse resem jbling the one rode.'by the barn-burner, apr proached the fence, took sure aim and shot ihim through the head, after which he tied jhis horse, coolly examined .the body,' and finding some, lite' remaining in it. cut the throat from ear to ear.- He then rifled the pockets; mounted his horse, and trotting oft to Hickman,' passed through the town land down the river. As soon as the citizens (heard of the murder, they turned out en ! masse in ibursuit of the murderer. : Obtain ing- information or tne Direction in which he was travelling they followed his trail, and came up with him 1n the vicinity of Islaud No. 10.' ; One of the pursuing party, Ibeinir a little in advance of his comDaninnr. 'hailed the culprit and presented a double- Darrenea snot gun at bis head. lie drew Jhis pistol, but seeing bis pursuers were nu 'nterous, and all armed Avtth suns, he cried iout, I surrender," and gave up his weap- ons.' xiaving' Bee urea: ineir prisoner, me Sarty waiteu on tne river oanKuurtiuuhe ary Swan came up, when they hailed her and carried their prisoner on board; where he was kept closely guarded until the boat reached 'iiiAkiTran, at whieh- piacB'he was taken ashore; Whether the code of Judge .Lynch was invoked we have not been in formed. ' hi i'-:-.: ,;, v-?t:i. Hi i Two or three days previous to the day torrwhich tb above - murder was commit ted, close by Hickman, a negro ravished an old lady 65 years of age. The news of this outrage electrified th neighborhood, and ia large party, composed of white men and jnegroes,': started - in - pursuit of the: black iiend.: Coming up with him they captured iand hung him on the mast convenient tree. So incensed were the negroes of the pursu ing party by the conduct of the ravisher, that, they were not satisfied with his pun jlshment, and in despite of the opposition ;of the whites, deliberately severed the dead man's bead from his body.. They then placed it upon a pole and erected it near the railroad track, where it was seen by. passengers nours alter ward, grinning in a ghastly manner at the passers-by. [From the Harrisburg Union.] Death of Ex-Gov. Porter. ; Our readers and the Democracy of the State generally will regret; to learn that Ex Gov. David K. Porter died at bis resi dence iii this city at five o'clock yesterday,' 'the 6th instant. For many years of his long life Governor Porter was intimately iden-: tiSed with the interests and political wel fare ot this, his native State, and was cer- Ihaps as widely -known throughout the jCommon wealth as any of his coteroporaries in public lite. . He was born, we believe, in Norristown, Montgomery county, in 1788, and at the time of his death was in the 79th 'year of his' age. His lather was General Andrew Porter, who commanded the artil lery under Wayne, during the Revolution ary War, and after the termination of that great struggle, served as the first Surveyor General of the Commonwealth. Governor Porter's brother, George B. Porter, held the office of 'Governor of Michigan, and his brother James Madison Porter, was Secre ; tary of War under President Tyler, and, for a number of years, judge of various courts : in this State. - ' ' -. -- At an early age Gov. Porter removed to .Huntingdon county, -where he held the office of Prothontary for nine years. He never fairly entered Into public life, how ever, until 1834 during which year he was elected lrom the Huntingdon district to the State Senate. In this position he made his mark as a political economist of much ability, which secured for him the .Demo-; cratic nomination asGovernor in 1S3S. He i was elected that year, and discharged the ,duties of ,the. office so- faithfully and gatis ' lactorily to the people that he was honored 1 with a re-election in 1811. and served un , til 1844, when -he was succeeded by Gov. JShunk. ......... J, - , . ... I From that time' forward Gov. Porter de clined, all nominations, but he was at all times ready to assist with his counsel and experience ": those who succeeded him in active political life. :' Almost np to the period of his -last illness, Gov.. Por ter interested himself in passing events, and - - used his" influence for' the'1 good of his State and country. Although during 'his HfCj, and even up almost to the day ot bis death, ho was a prominent mark' tor : the malicious shafts of small political op ponents, ne always retainea tne respect 01 the better class ot meu of ail parties, as an honorable foe, an honest man and a faithful public servant. ' With the Democracy the iname of Gov. Porter was always a towerol. strength and in.his death, aged as he was, they will feel that they have lost a faithful friend and-valuable counsellor. . As a man, gentleman and friend. Gov. Porter was uu- ' exceptionable. He was genial, affable and obliging to all, and in nothing deserving the enmity of any. Peace to his ashes. Defending Deserters. [From the Tiffin Advertiser.] The Tribune, In speaking of the bill to relieve certain deserters from the disqual ifying portion of the negro suffrage amend ment, recently passed by Congress, says : 'The passage of. the bill - materially strengthens the Ohio Constitutional amend ment before the people. ' In its issue of April 18th, it said, in com menting on the amendment: i - "The clause ot the proposed amendment which disfranchises rebels,, deserters and : draft skedaddlers, fixes an impassable gulf : between the loyal and disloyal, and estab lishes the. principle - that none but loyal ' should rule. So evident is the justice of , this clause, it will meet scarcely enough opposition from the' Democratic press to keen-it before the people." ; -.The justice of this clause is evident," : and yet it was stricken out. . It did meet f with "enough opposition from the Demo- cratic press,"- to give your party considera ble .uneasiness, didn't it, neighbor? The soldiers may thank the Democracy for forcing the disfranchising party to repu diate what they thougbtjust. We believed our neighbor . was. putting his foot in it when he so heartily endorsed .the amend ; ment. but as he saw nothing but the negro, ; be of 'course thought it all right, and went j the balance of it blind. .. Don't you think the absence of the amendment altogether : would materially strenghea". your party. .. It 'j was after the Eight Hundred Thou- ! sand Dollars belonging to the. widows and ' orphans of Ohio SoidiersTiad heen taken by I Godman and West from those who so sore- ly needed it, that the -Republican platform , "pieageu to tne wtaows ana orpnans 01 those who fell in defense of the nation their ' sympathy and support." Was there ever before such insolent effrontery ? Promis ing sympathy and support to those whom they had just robbed of food, clotbiug and —Bucyrus Forum. The State J'oMrnal defends the robbery perpetrated by the Stnfe officers, ot Eight Hundred, Thousand ' Dollars, belongiug to the widows and orphans of Soldiers, on the ground that. what, was taken from these destitute lamiite3 was a saving to tne State! Could : not - these gentlemen save something to the State by confiscating the Sunday contributions to our churches? Bucyrus Forum. It seems that the State officials have not only plundered the widows'and orphans of soldiers, hut have ftlsn stolen a larire share t of the School Fund in a similar way and lor. a similar purpose..: Xney say they "had to do it to maintain' the honor of the State '-' This shows weir notion of honor. Bucyrus Forum. I Is settled at last that - poor Conover goe8 ,to.thePenitentiaryvJSe didu'X- do anything except swear to a few lies ' for wagea-T-beiBg out of regular- employnient StantM-ftHd Hole, before his departure, will visit him in his cell, where it is arranged .to sing: "When shall we three meet —Bucyrus Forum. ' Madam," said aJuiaband to his young wife in a little altercation which will spring pa6lBe1)esl regulated MnilUeC Hwheii'V man and his wife.have quarreled.,an4 eacl. considers 'the othe'r alj TaWtJ which 6f vhe two ought to advance towards reconcilia tion ?": . "The best natured and wisest of the two,''sahJ the wife putting' np her ftiouth tor- a kiss, which was giVea with an utictioh." Sliewas the conqueror. " , 1. OAfOnt ' ' - "J.M DIMMAN AMEBIC AN , HOUSE. DARORER & DEN MAN. Proprletora. v., NEWARK. OHIO. mChU-dtl nhmn; I ;r.., I j ; I PHILLIPS HOUSE, SOUTHWEST COR. fflllS AND THIRD STREETS, p ' DAYTON, OHIO. i ' tJ ' L. REIBOLD, Proprietor. C.O.McMnj.ENr Chief Clerk. 'oetdtf r ' : ".."' .'. . ST. NICHOLAS. ! FORHBRI.T BCCKIKOBAX BOTsa, ' 1 East Side of the Public Square, j ; NEWARK, OHIO.' OH!l KCOS, -Proprietor. i ooiio-axi - - I : 1 i I..,. ,. 1 fl. , CSITTINDKM.. c . sirokant; CLAREND ON HOTEL, ,., -.. ccCijrAxi, . oiiio. ' S. E. CHITXKXBElt 6l CO., Propr't, "TTAVliO LEtsKD THE PHBPEHTV XX kno on as the Walnut Street House, and coro pla ed our improvements upon 'the same, it is now thoroughly re furnished, painted, carpeted and la most excelleut condition, and will from this date be the CLARENDON HOTEL. We shall be most happy to see our friends and" the traveling public and guarantee the accommodations of the Claren- aon to oe eqonrto any tlotel mtheoity. " Telegraph Office in the Hoter March I8il87. ' 8. H. CHITTENDEN A CO. ! pr30-dtf-moh28 ... NEtV'.'! GOODS'! I !: "NEW GOODS ! .'-Il-lli ::'l !"i..i'M:sf) )..I1!;.fA .!;.::-- -'." "1 s,r. .li. li .! V.!:". njj'i Hi'! l. ., j. Beceived this day a r ,....,:,. . j i-i!--n; v-'tj i:-,-..- . r i,(i-i 1: 11, - RICHAEDS & HOLMES, lu.i v i-ii 1.) . , , . 1 '. in-. 1 - SOUTH HIGH STREET. ; - :: i t ! ' -1: tt 1 ' -.'ii: jt - e ' . -!:;::,".;.;; c . ' -.: ' ' i ! ..-'v. Consisting of .'.-! :' DRES9 GOODS, 1 "" PLAIN MERINOS, ' "r "' ' ' . ' 1 ' ; "' ' PLAIN POPLINS, PLAID POPLINS, ' . : ' . 'I -':!: y ' .. :::.-'' .:'L . .: ' j v.: DELAINES, -:.'. ' ! .i i:;i:. COBURGS, : . .. LADIES' SHAWLS, -j . TABLE LINENS, ! -i-1 ' i-i - v :; - : !.-' '-. n -' l TABLE NAPKINS, ' ; TOWELINGS, FLANNELS, 1 ' .-- --t -., -,. OPERA FLANNELS, ' ; ! !: I . - - ;:' - .-I -"!'. ' ' - ' . - : ! . CLOTHS and" , -r :. .i .; CASSIMEIES,; : - -. ;-! .:: . i MOURNING GOODS, ' . - ; BALMORAL SKIRTS HOOP SKIRTS, . , EMBROIDERIES.. ' ' ' FINE LACES, .. '; 1 LINEN HANDK?FS,,. ; :' " ; , ' - i . - LADIES' COlvSETS, : . . :'-; ' ' HOSIERY, : - GLOVES, &o. anr24 ' ' v I .,: : -ri-j . . .i O O LIT MBU8 SBWINGMACEINEROOMS : 1 - t y , " 1 - t ; i ftJi'-miiif LXilPTIO, NO. 4 OPERA. BOUSE. 1 WILCOX ?:& GIBBS, i HO. 4, OPERA. IIOVSE. i ir:M-E,E;D,:;-.::;;. NO. 1 EAST BROAD STREET. . RO., 4, OPERA HOUSE.; . W. PIMMEL, j Mi: J:; OERERAL AGENT FOR OHIO. ! ded . -,- 1 ; . ;.. . ttr, - T: ) G ;l SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. I : ''":::; HUNTER'S (lotliiDs: Emporhim, No. 220 South High St.. ' tOLIJMIIiJtf; OHIO. I HAVE JTIJ8T BECEIVED THE lamest and finest stock of SDrine and Hnmmer Ooode ever brought to this city, consisting of French,1: ' . ; ; ,' Erie-liwli and JDomesrtio Cloths," '.':'".;U " ' Cassimeres,, &c, For Gentlemen's wear, which I will sell at the Inw. est Cash prices. - Also keep constantly on hand a well selected stock of ... -. -.-.. j .-..,1 , READY, MADE CLOTHING. : -. y JOHN HUNTER, mayl: , . . 230 South High street. . ' CiCDV With the COTTAGE PRESS and , CVCn I " the printing material accompany lug; it.. Everyman can do his own ',- t', ' '. '. printing neatly, quickly and cheap ly . : They are so simple in construo II ail " tion, that a boy ten years old can ' ' lYliN ' eajnly mansse the largest sise-. -. : i Printed instructions are Bent with -."1 ---,,1,1 , each lOf&oe, enabling the purchaser ,;, ,r to. go at work without a previous UIO' ' . knowledge of printing. A circular, fllO ' ' containing fn'l description, prices, testimonials, Ac., sent free to all. ... Our Specimen sheets of Type, 1 Cuts', Ac, ten cents. OWN ADAHS PRESS CO, i:w . ;:--T.'- - .1 .;:' '- ; .: . . ,- i!'ii.i -ji.: n j SO Ann Street, PRINTER. men LAND FOR SALE. THE Vlf DER SIGNED II AS FOR XT eight acres ol land for sale, situate on the jta- tional roao ana toe Liivingston roaa. ine lana is adapteil for hardening purposes, and will be sold entire as a whole, or in smaller -ots. r-'.J . " Also, 102 acres of land on the National road, three miles eaBt of Columbus, witn good buildings, or chard, and is in good order. , . , . Also, 92 acres on the National road, five miles east of Columbus, with a good house, orohard, Ac Also, 52 acres adjoining the above, with a good house, barn. Ac., or 144 acres on the same road. - The land is in the best condition, and will be sold at a bargain and on easy terms. , - For particulars, inquire of , .' " ' ; THOMAS MILLER,.. T ' miles east of Columbus on the National roadj oro ; ' GKO.-liARHART. , noris-dtf , -!'- ; i , Columbus, Ohio. ; LITTLE'S PATENT ''.I ; "EHtl.D.l'EBI-DAliT. 1865.. . The Best StoYe id the Gorernmciit. rllK PECULIAR .FEATURE OF tnla Stove is the novel construction of the Oven, which 'makes it the most thorough baker in nse. I' on hare access to -the Oven in front, converting the lidos into Hues, giving it two more .heating surfaces than any other Stove made. -.'''" - As' th Stove is constructed it is intended for sitae-! W-OOil or COAL, operating with either MjuaU-'waU.r-, i ., . .,.., -,!tK,i,h QBTIL CASE, Asreat, iiiul d : 1 -.JTo. 139 North High street, ' nov3-dtf COLVMBVB. O. KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY m 'c'lrRftAT EDDIA Coi , MAN AC E H si. OX I)rawstwioe.ad-y(8udaysexcepted).. Also1, twice k nxwrth o tbe 'Havana plan. '-Information f run i shod and pttos-oasiiodt-eSit--, No. a, ever tbe Uerchante' Union Express Oo. office, Eaet Slate jtreet. lrKrim f t ,.',,. .1 -'-I......' ...P t-i 1, ' i-i-'l.l ' I ! I r'. i.ei .'.-:: ! 7.- -n rt S 'i-i :.'r . ! -i '- ''- ''" t -c.,;-! J ;!' j:i i'. 'i' .iir,;; 'iiX ' ' -'' -ul i-;..-:i iu..f fi'-t I a ,i !'., -,; ...-. t .,r,.'j rl l K 'i ;' I tui ,i 1,, ...-!.! 1 -!-'.- j J - I ; ::;,-'V",:l ' " ' ' I itn Old Song:, Set id a" New Tunie. to -:-:;j l.'.-ii '.-; :, . ,u:in'. ', U'..' ;!j I -f I6M867." : '' !":'y j - At tprttiQ npprrktcht '' l!' from their holt' com out. And Jiet an Rat . 1 : ';,' Jn-nit of eat; . ., ,, -t Gaityktp about. '-'. ' -I..' ...1 J ..,.y.-I , , i . 1 ; . I 18 years established in N.T. City." .. ' "Only infallible remedies known." ' ' ii f'Free from Poisons." ' , ''Not dangerous to the Human Family." . 'A ' ' ''Rata come out of their holes to die.'' ' ' ' 1 ' v i Coataga Rat, Raaca, ice. Extorm'a 1 ,, , , .. , , , ! Isa-riste--TisedforiJaf, Hlee.Boachet, ' ""' ' j -,liufM4 JftOiAutf, Ao Aa,t . . ., ::.:-':!' j "-. : .!-.: i.'.-K'D tiy xi i,i miifi vii.i 1 . '.' . -Coatars Bedf-Baa; Exterminator ' I;V -i--' -.'i:: Jrf -i -: - , f; ' Is aliqnid or wash used to destroy, and . , j ' 'also as a preventive for e-ugii to. ''' I till J ? in,.: . :!n-:. i -A ,7-r! j -Coatar'a-ElectrlcPoivder for Ina'ecta I -". i : 0'"-. -iriV-1.! 'ts- fl - '.!:: Is for iroth.lfonqvitoe,Fltat,Bd-Bug, i Jiuect on Plants, ftncU, Animal. Ac. ''.'-. - :i ! !':: i ' : . v.'n.-i .' ! Mi:;:' V.'M.'i.' .i...;.A..l Vil.:' J'-,-: ,1 I fr I ! Bawins 1 1 1 of all worthless imitations. a- See that "Cost ab's" name is on each Box, Bottle, and Flask, belore you buy. i. 1! ..:.. . -jit 1-, in- tS". Address, - t . ,. i HENKT R. COSTAR, , ,. . M Brodway, N. Y. . Sold by S. E. Samuel, Marple i, Ritsoo, R. Jones , & Son, Or. Roberts A Co.. Wholesale and Retail , Agents, and by H H. White, J. it. Cook, and all . Druggists in Columbus, Ohio.. '.J "COSTAR'S" : :-i:-jn : CELEBRATED ; BUCKTHORM SALVE. For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Boils. Cancers, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples. Bleeding, Blind and Painlul Piles; Scrofulous. Putrid aad Ill-conditioned Sores; Ulcers. Glandular Swellings, Eruptions, Cutaneous Affections, Ringworm Itch. Corns, bun ions. Chilblains, Ac.; Chapp A Hands, Lips, Ao.: Bites of Spiders. Insects, Animals, Ac, Ac. MST Boxes, 25 eta., oOcta. and $1 alzea. a Sold by all Druggists every where. - And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot 484 Broadway, N.Y. .. Sold by S. E. Samnel, Marple A Ritson, l(. Jone k Son, G. Roberts k Co., Wholesale and Retail Agent, and by H. H. White, J. K. Cook, and all Druggists in Columbus. Ohio. A COSTAR'S" UNIVERSAL CORK SOLVENT . i . ( For Corns, Bunions, 'Warts, Ac. , , ' Mm Baxaaj 85 cta.,50cts.and SI alzea. 3s Sold by all Druggistaeverywhera. . 3- And by HENRY B. COSTAR, Depot 484 jro.away, a . 1 . - Sold by 8. E. Samuels, Marple ft Ritson. R. Jones A Son, U. Roberts A Co.. Wholesale A Retail Agents. and by H. H. White, J. R. Cook, and all Druggists in Columbus. Ohio, i : i . . :i' i tt, COSTAR'S" ! v . PREPARATION OK .. I . .' .-: ) AND -: ,., , ORANGE BLOSSOMS, FOR BEAUTIFCf CF THE COMPLEXION." ' Used to Soften and Beautify the Skin, remove Freckles, Pimples, ruptionB, Ac; - ' - - Ladies are now using rt inproference to all others. - A3-Itottles, l...-.-;r . ., ; Y ;;T : Jy Sold by all Druggists everywhere. aa-And by HENRY It. -COSTAR,, Depot 484 Broadway. N. Y. ' ' --. .... : '. Sold by S- E. Samuel. Marple A Ritson, R. 'Jonr A Son. 6. Roberts A Co.. Wholesale and Retail Agents, and by H. H. White, J. R. Cook Jand all Druggists in Columbus, Ohio.: f -.. 1 .... 1 . 1 in - ' ' .7 ::.. : .. "COSTAR'S" i PECTORAL COUGH REMEDY, For Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness. Sore Throat, Croup, Whooping Counh, Intluenia, Asthma, Consumption, Bronchial Affections, and all Distases of the Throat and Lungs. A9 Bottles. J5 cts., SOots. aid $1 sites. - T" Sold by all Druggists everywhere. M- And by HENRY R- COSTAR, Depot 484 Broadway.N.Y. . ,. ... Sold by S. E. Samuel, Marple A Ritson, R.Jones A Son, G. Roberts & Co., Wholesale and Retail Agents and by H. H. AVhite, j. K. Cook, and all Druggists in Columbus, Ohio. '3 .-.- ,1--.- "cosTAR'S'f, ; ; CELEBRATED .I?.":- ;' ' iit'Jtd -. -v vt '.:, BISH OP PILLS, ",v""' A UKlTEKsiL! DINNER PILL.' ; '.- . il : - --' .- For Nervous and Sick Headache, CostiveneesV In digestion, . Dyspepsia, .Biliousness, Constipation, Diarrhea, Colics, Chills, Fevers, and general da Aaaementof the Digestive Organs. 1 1 - ''11 - -.; I W Boxes, S6 etC.tOets) and Slsiseo. ;i . .,7 .. ay Sold by, sJl Druggists .everywhere- . ay-And by HENRY R. COSTARl Depoi 484 Broadway. N.YV - :- . -;ni-.-. .fi .., ., , ! Bold by S. B. SamneUMarple A Ritson. R. Jonas A Son, G. Roberts A o.. Wholesale and Retail Agsnts, and by H. H. W bit. J . K. Cook, and aU Druggists in Columbus, Ohio. ' :-. .,, iun2S-dAw3in . 7Z " .. - " 1 " TEAS! TEAS!- fHE '' ATTENTi'ojl OF 'ftEAs-ERS:, A.- Hotel Keepers and Families desirous of obtain. ag choice Teas at reasonable rates. i reapeetfully Ireoted to our .---: .n- . .. ; . ii w ' COMPLETE ASBORTMEHT 0T: , MKiy BLACK AND NATURAL LEAF TEAS. WTiieh we offer In original packages, or In qnantl ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying that we never fail to meet all reasonable expecta tions, and while enters are constantly coining in f "Just alien Tea as yon lent as before," complaints rarely occur. Persons who, as a matt of taste, or from hygienie considerations, nse Bla lea.otten find it difficult tp get a good artiole. ' OUR CHOICE V BLACK TEAS cannot be excelled, and have established a reputa tionXor us wherever we have sold them. , - '' OUR NATURAL LEAFS '1 are of the purest ad sweetest chops, ana being cured in , the sun are free from the deleterious ef fects produced by contact with oopner. , A full line of staple and fancj Groceries always on hand at lowest market prices.-' .,; BROOKS; IV1ERI0M & CO. - : O X. O O 33 H. S, . . V No. S73 Sonth JJIgrht Ht.' aug3 (Corner Friend, t. THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS. Rev. J. F.- GIVEN, Editor and Proprietor.;. ! "'' ''' : f' Pnblls"hed weekly on Friday, at ' ' COLU , im. OHIO ; Ol rice No. 26 Worth High Street. AiSO i BOOR AND JOB PRINTING. THE WITNESS Aims TO BE A COOD religious journal, free from the political rancor of the timeajuid opposed to the mingling of politics and religion. It is an Independent enterprise, but is conduct ed in the interest of the movement which looks to tbe establishment of Churches on a basis of free and simpleehri8tianity, discarding alt creeds butthe Bible, and all tests of Christian fellowship but that of a Christian life. It seeks to be entertaining and instructive to old and young.bavinga pagedevoted exclusively to. the familyr giving current intelli gence religious and secular, and reporting the mar kets, East and West. . . We hope all who are in favor of a Christianity free from politics, sectarianism and fanaticism will extend tone tceir patronage. , ju. GIVEN" HAVING PURCHASED THE INTER est of P, M. Gutches in the Carriage Making ShP-, ,.', '.:'., .',.:: . , Corner of Fair & Linn Alleys, Between Broad arid Gay and High and Front streets I am now prepared to make ' BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, ::. I Spring Wagons and Road Wagons On the best possible terms ss cheap as oaa he done inthecity. . , . . REPAIHIKTO of all kinds done on shortnotice. iulyJoVdtf. -. THOMAS ANDERSON. CUNARD STEERAGE LINE. BETWEEN NEW YORK AND LIV ERPOOL, calling at QULENSTOWN. ' From New York every Wednesday. From Liverpool every Tuesda . From Queenstown every Wednesday. Rates of Parsagb. Cabin, $80 (g Id). Steer age, 30 (carrenoi ). Steerage tickets lrom Liver p.iol or Qui entown at low rates. - -i Dratts tor sale on Great Britain and Ireland. For Steerage, assage.ap,, to D, ' No 69 Broadway, New York, or to RICHES A moOKE, Agents, ' N". 10T South High street Coluu.bus, Ohio ' .deol7-dl?.. ASTROLOGY. ATTHl! VONDERFaLBEVBLATIONS JIAPE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST. : Madame XI. A. PERRIGO. She Toreals eecreta no mortal ever knew. She restores to happiness those who, from doleful events, catastrophes, crosses ia love, loss of relations and friends, loss of money, Ac, have become despondent. She brings together those long separated. Rives in formation concerning absent friends or lovers, re stores lost or stolen property, tells you the business 7oaare. best quel ifiod to pursue and in what you will be most successful, causes speedy marriaees and tells you the very day you will marry, gives you the name, likeness and characteristics of the person. IS he reads your very thouehts, and by her almost super natural powors unveils the dark and hidden myste ries of tne future. From the stars we see in the firmament the malefic stars tha overcome or pre dominate in the configuration from tbe aspects and positions ot the planets and the fixed stars in the heavens at the time of birth, she deduces, the fu ture destiny of man. Fail not to consult the great est Astmlogistoneart. It costs you but a trifle. nd you mav never acaiu have so favorable an oDDortu- nity. Consultation fee, with likeness and all de-? sired information, VI. Parties living at a distance can consult the Madame by mU with equal safety and satisfaction to themselves, as if in person. . A full and f explicit chart, written out, with all inquries answered and likeness inclosed, sent by mail on receipt of .price above mentioned. The strictest secrecy will be maintained, and all corres pondence returned or destroyed. References of the highest order furnished those desiring to em. Write plainly the day of the month and year in which yon were born, inclosing a small lock of hnir. r' Addrces, . Madame H. A. PERRIGO. P. O. Drawer 2W, Buffalo, .N. Y. 1 mar25-dawly WHTSKERS- AND MU S T ACHE S forced to grow upon the smoothest face in from three to five weeks -by using Dr. SKVIUNE'S KKSTA URATE URCA riLLAlRE, the , most wonderful discovery in modern -Science, actio upon the Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. It has been ued by the elite of Paris and London with the most flatter ing suoress' INames of all purohaau-ru will be regis tered, and if entire satisfaction is not riven in every instance, the money will be cheerfully refunded.- fnce by mail, scaled and postpaid, fl. descriptive circulars and testimonials mailed free. Address HERtfKR. SHUTT8 & CO., Chemists. No. 25 Riv er street, Troy, IS'. Y., 6ule agents for the United States. EADTY. Auburn. Golden. Flaxen. ana 8ilken CUKLSproiluo eil by the use of Prof. DkBrettt's FRiSER LU CUEVEGX. Ope application warranted to cnrl the' most straight and Htuhhnrn hair of either sex into win rinclets. or heavy massive curls Has been used by the fash-, fonables of Paris and London with tbe most gratr fying results.. Does no iojury to the hair. Price by. mail, sealed and postpaid, $1. Descriptive Circtt lars mailed free. Address BERtHiR, SHUTT8 k CO.. Chemfsts, No. 2S5 River street, Troy, N. T., Sole Agents for the United States. , maras-dawly , v, j. ,. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! JCST RECEIVED ATj 164 SOUTH TIIGII STREET, NEW RETAIL CLOTHING HOOSE OPENED STEBBINS, TOWNE & C0.i SPLENDID GOObS I. ELEGANT STYLES Matched Beaver Suits.. .. , ' Matched Csssimere Suits. ' . Matched Pants and Vests. A variety of Beaver and Cassimere 0 Y E R C O A ,T; S ,: ,;1 V'l EVERYTHING IN THE WAY OF GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. -: . .! .- :.- ' - i-.'llll i'i Y'iUil . .. ; ., .,t: ASSORTMENT;, Vl.,7., , J 1' I'; i'i !!'i J .' i I i 1 1 I.iri-fls. in ! SOMETHING-' tw AND NOVEL." -'''' V ..! ": ::: .;i'ii, rtrin r t:i Corinnencingllonday, October 15. J '.: i H a". !-. ,i.ti- '-i.j) -! i'i .!:,.! 91; '; i,;; i r' ftfl Goods sold at'prrcesihat'rfeiy 'competition.1 Perfect, satisfaction guaranteed.: - . 1, - , i Now is the time to buy your Clothing and Fnrnisn-!i'-i-.?i Ju.i ing Goods, and the plao i ::- ; J - -' ( n.1 v :l'"-r "' i-ioc 'r,'IiiiM 164 SOUTH I1IGII 8THEKT. . ' tor Call and examine our Goods and receive 9 pianation iniallv i All are invited. m u:: 1 -. , T . KTEBBINSTTOWKE k CO., ' KetiiSfore.ie4SoutHlgnstrttr.-i"" ' " T " -- : "aaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBaaaaBaaaaBjBaaa WAV cn-xo ri's JAMES NAITGHTON WISHES TO RE turn thanks to the patrons of the above well known star, and to eolioit a continuance of their favors Being sole proprietor of the buildina as well as business, he can afford to sell for a much low er profit than any house in town, and customers can depend upon finding at all-times a good stock of sea sonable goods, and will noeive euen prompt , atten tion at the hinds of his clerks and assistants as will assnre visitors to his establishmenithat they are in deed dealing sn a- r.. FlrstOlaaa atore, - Where can alwavsr be found, : . DBES GO0D8, ' ' BHAWL8, " -'"; CLOTHS, .CASSIMEREg, "; LADIE8 CXOAKS OF OOB OWN MAES. ; Also, Hosiery andFaftcj GooJs of every description .. ;r- JA1TIEF NA(JHTON,y-. - - 118and 12 toutU HiKU Mreet, , i febSO COLUilBOSi-OHIO CRISPER COMA. '. Oh I she was beautiful and fair, ' " '. , ' With starry eyes. and reliant hair.'" . Wh se curling tendrils soft, entwined,'' ' Enchai Bed be very heart and mind. ' 1 CRISPER COMA,: for Curling the Hair of Either Sex into Wavy ; . . - and bloasy. Kingleta or Heavy -, ' " - Massive .Curls. ! ' . '. . Dynslng this article Ladles and Gentlemen can beautify themse' ves a thousand fold. It is the only article in the world that will eurl straight bir, and at the same time give it a beautiful, glossy appeac anoe. .The Crisper Come not only ourla the bairi but invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it: is highly and delightfully perfumed, acd is" the most complete article of ihe kind ever offered to the American public:. The Crisper Voma wiU be sent ti anv addre.o.'. sealed and pos' paid, for (1. . Address all order- to I " -l. 'L Cl-ARK A CO'. Chemists v Wd. 9 West i sjcite street, SYP40D8K, N.Y.' - msrss-e-awly J. , .. -;; . , i There onmeth gled tidioes of yy to all, - - . , , , To yonng and toold, tifreat and to small : . The beauty whi--h once waa so prwnons and rare ; Is tree for all. and ail may belais. , By Ue.naeI - '.' - '- -'-' - - a ! CfHASTELLAS'S WHITE LIQUID i IE N'MMi Ef' !For Improving and Beautifying.the Compusxibn.J1 The most valuable and perfect preparation ia use,' or giving the skin a beautiful, pearl-like tint bat is only found in youth.,.' It quickly. rh moves Tan. Freckles.. Pimples." Blotches, Motes Patches, Sallowness. Eruptions, and all impurities Of the skin, kindly healing the same, leaving the skin whiteandclean as alabaster.- Its use caunot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a vegeta ble preparation is perfectly harmless. It is the only article of the kind used by the French, and. is con sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect toilet. . Upwards of 30.000 bottles were sold during the past year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy Price only 75 cents. Sent by mail, post-paid, on re ceipt of an order, by , . , BERGER SHUTTS A Co.. Chemists. .. " "' '.: . ... . 285 River St.. Troy. ft. Y. I martS-dawly' - , . . ' AFFLICTED! SUFFER. NO MORE ! When by the use of DR. JOINVTLLE'S ELIX ER you can be cured permanently, and at a trifling COSt.- ' ''-.. The astonishing success which has attended this invaluahlei' medicipe' for Physical and Nervous Weakness, General Debility and Prostration, Loss of Muscular Energy, impotency, or any of the con sequences of youthful indiscretion, renders it tile most vaiuaDie preparation ever aucoverea. lb mil louiuie ail LDiYuua auoubiuu.j ucyinsiuu, excitement, incapacity to study or business, loss of raemorr, contusion, tnounts ot sell destruction, fears of insanitv. Ac. It will restore the appetite. renew the health of those who have destroyed it by sensual excess or evil practices. ; Youns; Men. be humbugged ho more by "Quack Doctors" and igrorant practitioners, but send without delay for the Elixir, and be at once restored to healtn and nappiness. A rertect cum is Guar anteed in every instance. Price, $1. or four bottles to one address, $3. One bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in all Ordin ary casrs. - ' ALSO. DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECTr'IC PILLS, for the speedy and permanent eure of Gonorrhea. Gleet, Urethral Discharges. Gravel. Stricture; and all affections of tbe Kidneys and Bladder. Cure effected in from one to five da vs. Thev are nreDared lrom vegetable extracts tbat are harmless on the system, and never nauseate the stomach or impreg nate the breaf h. No change of diet is necessary while nsinff them, nor does their action in anv man ner interfere with business pursuits. Price, f 1 per DUX. ... Either of the above-mentioned articles will be sent to any address, closely sealed.- and post-paid, br mail or express, on receipt of price. AddressUl orders to ... BERGER, SHUTTS k Co., Chemists. . No. SfcS River street, Troy, N. Y, mar25-dawly : -s : YOUNG ;- MEN - The experience of the past ten years has demon strated tne lace tbat. tne utmost reliance may oe placed iu the efficaoj of ,t - . '- BELL!) SPECIFIC nEES, - for the speedy ' and permanent cnre of Seminal WmViim,. Kmisainns. Physical and Nervous De bility. Impotence, or want of power, the result of sexual exce-s, or . YOCTHFUE INBISCUETION, which, neglected, ruins the happiness and unfits the sufferer for Business, Social Society or Marriaire, and often terminates in an untimely grave. Make hn dalav in fteekinsr the remedv. Hell's Srjeeifia Pills can be nsed without detection or interference with business pursuits. ' ..t, NO CHANG EOF DIET IS NECESSARY, ; Thev are entirely vegetable, and nerfeetlv harm less on the system. , Each box contains 60 pills, with full directions and a treatise on the consequences and cure. Priee One Dollar. Beware of counter feits 1 If you cannot procure tbem of your Drug-, fist, send the money to Dr. Jahxb Bbt am. Consult ng Physician, HIS Broadway, New York, and they will be sent by return ol mail, free from observa tion. . J-or sale by uruggiste generally. , ., - ,.. ITIORE VALUABLE THAN GOLD I IJXtYAIV'S H.IIT'E PIXELS ! ... PURIFY THE BLOOD, - : i Remove Headache, Dizziness, Giddinssb, . AKUWBlKBba. UNr LEA81NT VRSAMV. A1M- .. MESS OK SlSHT, iKDIOESriON, Cleanse the Stomach and ( , Bowels, . '. , Insure NEW LIFE in the debilitated, and, He. tore the Sicu to Perfect Health. ruKEi i Vegetable. . , , Try them! Thy only cost 25 cents-, and if you cannot get them of your Druggist, send the money to Dr. JAMES BRYAN, Consulting Physician, - . - 19 Bioadway New York, : And they will be sent by return of mail, post paid. For sale by Druggists generally. decSO-dawly :.; TO MDIES. , " 1 If you require a reliable remedy to restore yon, and remove lrregularit.es or Obstructions, why not use the best? Every lady knows the sliehtest irregularity of na ture is liable to bring on Hedtdaohe, Giddiness. Low Spirits, f ainting. 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 willbefovnd in , . , IK. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS. The experience of tbir y" years has proved they have no equal for Removing Obstructions and It regularities, no matter rKoa what cadsb tbet ABI8E. Ther are safe and snra in every case. . Up wards of 50.000 boxes are sold annually, a tui no com plaint of their efficacy is ever heard, for they ac eomDlish what the, are reoresented to do. Sold in boxes Containing Sixty I'M. ,, Price One Aoiiar. i f . : -. - DB. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PILLS is a remedy tonr degrees stronger tt an tbe above, and intended for special cases of long standing. - Price Five Dollars per Box. If you cannot purchase tbe Pills of your Drag ?;ist. they will be sent by mail. po paid, secure rom observation, on receipt of the money, by Dr. JAMES BRYA-N, Consulting Physieian. 819 Broad way, New York. For sale by Druggists generally. - EXCELSIOR I EXCELSIOR ! ! CHASTELLAR'S - Hair Exterminator ! ! For Kemoying Superfluous Hair,. . .., To tne ladies especially, this invaluabledepilatory l ecommends itself as being an almost indispensable article to female beauty, is easily applied, does not burn or injure theskio, butactsdtreoilyon the roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from low foieheads, or from any part of the body, completely, totally and radically extirpating the same, leaving the skin soft, smooth and natural. This is the only rticle used by the t rench, and is the only real effect ual depilatory in existence. Price75cents per pack age, sent post-paid, to any address, on receipt of an order, by BERGER, SHUTTS A Co., Chemists. , 885 River St- Troy, N. Y. mar25-dawly HOOKING COAL " AW NOW RECEIVING AND PRE- ' pared to deliver to ary rart of the city, or on rs at Depot, the best quality selected Hocking Coal AT LOWEST. 'PRICE. ' Orders: left at my Store.' BUCKEYE BLOUnt will have prompt attention. . '"''' - : P. IIADE. C Columbus; 'June 19; 1807; '' 'J'J 'AlIiBifWKV T. A. BTAtTHTWBi' Late of Mason Co., Ky Of Maysvflle, If, -T.-.-r, ' Xito'oi IttiteiBitl. jf.i . : Mercliaiits Hotels iUiEHEK,- RBLSOS &i -etcts, Fifth Street, a ear Mala,. Ci3txolaa.xxcttl, Ohio, .'. .1,1 A , .1. , ( , V r- amrhls Houee' having been ihovoaghiy repaired n ovated and newly furnished,. is now open. najar4-tf .k.!rnif.H-..li. . . c. melsus. .... Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia-AND- Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia-AND-DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS. ."rviT mi r ta t On and after SATURDAY, June 90, 188T. FOUR FOB CIKCTHIf ATI tofilSVlLLB1, AIBO, T. LOUIS, DAYTOIT, RICHMOND, IN- Without change of cars to DAYTON' andRICH- iuvi,i',.uuuDij on. cuange oi ears to in -DUHa6A CHICAGO. Connections are reliable as follows: FIRST TRAIN. .f.I'. i rfM Ir.ciraatlllnnJul f . , Leeves at ItSO A. M. "for 'Cincinnati. Cirela- 1 .1 WSWHUOW1W1 '1.0. , at Vmitun .boutk , Charleston, Xenia Corwin. Morrow. Loveland and PiainHfleV arriving at Cin- ll.;i . .. . . ' "' Leaves at 5:o6 .A.i Mi for' CincihnaO, - Dayton ; . umutt. ana. stops al W est Jefferson, JndB., South CharlestonVCe Cl?rTi1i!e.' "letolV. Spring Valley, Corwin. Morrow South Ijebanoo, Foster's. Levelandi Milfoml ar KSa At M.oni-otiu. third 'xu-is.,-i ' ' " ; ' DailT,aiceDtSnntl.r 1 "' Leaves at IK 15 P.' M for Cincinnati. r5aytoi. Richmond, Lnqianspolis, and SpringSeldviaXe- ,u. mv vinciniMn ac iwr, jaV .. - . .tt FOURTH TKAINi &f'f'Hjm PlMaTortXXneinnaav Davtba West Jefferson, London. -SoutH Charleston, Sel-' it Jefferson, London. -SoutH Charleston, Sel-' Uedarville. Xenia, Spring., Velleg; CorwinJ row.L.oyeland, a.ojl arriving at Cincinnati at ' ina,vu(iarviuv Morrow. I .aiM-T-.is Sleeping; Cars are en all NIs; art Train. Neyt Freight , jyangeinwfs. u. yreat 11 Ml.ro, and Little Miami Cahimbug A Xeniaand. Dayton. A VesterB Hail roads have sogrranged theirTlm Tables Ss to mate u . u j i ."0" "v. reigM trains at KKbmonaVi 'SrS,l.ilr mon"' mkl.D? time from Columbus to Chicago 38 hoars1. , , j, u, ; PL'HDT Unn'flir,, n,. ... T. LOUAUAti ' ' iPBX-iruRAijj, , - EAST! BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. CENTRAL OHIO DIVISION Three Train Lea-re IColaiabna Dalt , asfallswsittlilaaa Enw.us.1 ; -l-.05v A. . M. NIGHT. EXPRESS arriving at. Zanesville at S:S0 A. M.; Bellalr, at 7:40 A. H.f Baltimore at 4:30 A, 'rVasaiagtoa City at isi 'i.f', :- -i HMO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS Arriving at Zanesville at 130 P. M : Bel I aire at SH0 V.- M."-' Baltimore at loa A, Al.; WaahlngtonCity atUdfl, A M. m ilM M. EXPRESS-MAI'v arives at Zanea villf at 4:45 P. Al.; Bellaire at 8:00 P. M.r Baltimore at 5K)0 P: M r Wasbineton'City at M V. M. .1 iThell:10Ai M. LIGHTNING EXPRESS stop, omy at Newark, Zanesville. Cambridge and Barnes-: ville. Other trains will stop at all. stations - , - i 1 tBTF'ont -trains daily ileave Washington or Baltj-1 more,, for Philadelphia, an New York. , t This route nrw offers to passengers these great and superior edvantages.' 'Fare to AVashingtot Citti the sane as to Baltimore. Philadelphia pas , sengers have the privilege of visiting Washington City and Baltimore, en route. New Vork passengers have the privlpee ot visiting " Washington City Baltimore and Philadelphia, en route. Boston Paav sengers have the privilege of visitine Washintton' City. Baltimore.'' Philadelohie and JJew. York, aw. route, at precisely the same oust for, ticket as via. This is the only route that can give passenger 4hsr advantageof a through tickets, or baggage checked, to Washington City. ' '' i . ,i tS"Afe Tor Tickets vita Rellalre' " JfNO L; WILS. Master of TraneporUdoaVl L. M. COLE. General '1 icket Agent. -, JNO. W-BfiOW-aU-Uan'l Passenger Art." ' may6-D : J- 'I : - : - -.t'l CENTRAL OHIO DIVISION Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad. Five Trains Daily, EXCEPT SUNDAY. From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia Railroads. -. (J )' ;' ! NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Colnmlms at "i-M A.M. Will step at Delaware, Cardiorton; 1 Gilead Galion, CresUine, Shelby, JJew.Xondonv Welling-, ton, Grafton and Berea,' arriving at Cleveland at' ftlB A. M.. New York A., Mi l tha train leavea Sunda' night, but not Saturday. NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Colnmba at5HKA.l. Willstopat.il way stations., Taja train starts fro m tl.e Freight Yard. . N KW YORK BXPRKaSs leaves -CblnmimsV tl:10 A.M. At ill atop at Delaware.Cardington.Gakk ion, -Crestline. Shelby. New London,- Wellington! Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at MS P. M., New Vork next4askatS5 P. M. illilji AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:15 P. Will stop at Worthiigton, Lewis Center, Delaware, anf air! Stations to Shelby and- bhilob New London, Wellington, tirafton and Berea. Ar rive at Cleveland t-Y0 P. M.. New YorkloaoP.M- ' SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VlADEJUn AWAKE Leaves Columbus at 3:45 P.M. Will stop at aH stations beiweea Cerumbus and Spring field, arri vina at Delaware at 4:50 P. M., Springfield 7:35 KM. 1 bis train leaves rtprfhgfieM at T:15 a7 M;j arrives at Delaware at 5,A. M-; Coluiubus, 11.-U0 A. M. j f. V, 1 Railroads. Patent Sleeping Cars are run on all Night Trains to Chicago. New York and Boston. sf Baggage checked through to' Wew York and Boston, via Cleveland : i oise, u ITiiladelphia aadt New York, via Crestline. , '' RETURNING-: 'r --1..; 7.f - Niiht Express arrives at Colninbns at 1:05 A. M. , . .Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at lIMtf neon . ' ' ' ' ' - 1. - : i-- , . f . ,1 , ? , . Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9:30 P. M. Springfield Accommodation arrives at Colutnbar' st 10A5 A. M. 1 1 o imtiii in t,ii ,(. rt Fare aa Lew as tx any Other Roateaj Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.1" ' - '-si si'wtm-"- -' '" Superintendent. Cleveland. Ohio,',; '1 r . . 1 .. .UUt'tt PlTITDUDV . Agent, Columb 8, Ohio. Columbus. April 29, 1867 COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENTRAL RAILWAY! FOR SANPU'SKT,1 TOLEDO,' I)E.. - TROIT. Rkjhtnond, Indianapolis, Lafayette; Spriagfield. 111., Terre Haute, EvansviUe. Louis ville, Caird, St.Louis, Chicago, and all points West and Booth. .-;:. 1 i 1 ::,: Nq change of cars between Columbus and Indi atiapVtli8. " ' - '' 1.,.. f - FOUR TRAINS leave Columbus, daily, as for? lows (Sunders exoeptwlr'- . ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbns 7.-00 A. M.; arrives at MiIfor'9:15 A.' M.; Urbana 1:30 A.M.i PjquafcOO P. al. This train oonneets at Hilt ford for Springfield and at Urbana for BeUefon taine, CLrdeand Sandusky'4 - - 1 . n li:50 A. "I. DAViEXI-RESsJ Arriv-a at Urbana 144 K M.; Piqua3:00p. M.- Lima 9:10 P. " M.; Chicago (Via Liinal 6:30 A. M.r Riobmond 4:4S P. M.; Chirasotvia Richmond) &40 A. M.; India a. apolis7:50 P. M.f Louisville 12:45 A. M.; Terre Hanta 1030 P-M.: Mattoon ISO A. Al.; Psna A. M.; St. Louis 80 A, M.; Lafayette 10:50 P. M.; Chi cago via Layfette) 6:30 A;' M.; Springfield 6 38 A M-t Quiney 1230 P. pi; Keokuk 3:00 P. M. This train arrives at St. Louis TWO hours in advance of any other route from Columbus. : 5:i5 , II, WR8TBKN EXPRESS Ar rives at Urbana 8:05 P. Al.; Bellefontaine 1037 P. Al.; Sandusky 7:2 A. M.i PiquaMn P. M.; Lima 2:0 A. Al.; Chicago (via Lima) 11:00 A.M.; Toledo J0 A. Al.; Doiroit 10:10 A. M ; Richmond 11-5 P. M. Indiananolis 3:00 A. M.' -Passenaen bv this Train arrive at CHICAGO the following morning, SEVEN AND A HA Lf hulks in 4vanee vf any- other route from Columbus, i; , ,., i a ., . 12;85 A. M. NIGHT; EXPRESS Arrive at Urbana 2:12 A. M ; Piqna 3:16 A.M.; Ilicfamend 4.-66 A . M j Chicago (via Richmond) 110 P. Mt Ia di.naDolis 8:15 A. M Louisville" 2-00 PI M 'T.rra Haute 11 A4 A. M.; Evaasvil leJ lihM P. M.) Mattooa P. M.; Pana 4 JO P.M.; St. Louis3P. JU La fayette 11:S5 A. M:;' Chicago tviir Layfayerte) lfis r. Al.; ispringneid a:iu r. M.: yuinoy 4.. .ti. Keokuk ISS i. M. This Train arrives at ST. LOUIS FOUR HOURS in advance of any other rtntefromColnnibnlt'J .c.iy.,.1 iw . J li;. v,New .State,.Rqonj Sleeping .Carl run in,, aisj tu ehaagee -made wiai Union Depots. :Baggajga VhecKed througnto all principal potnrs. -xAsk forTickebr via RICHMOND AND INDIANS. J.v.-nW. I ..i ,-2r.i-, .:a . J. Chandleb, Gen. 1 icket Agt.,1 '--i M: Lrg'r.'Superi'ntendent, j ""inaooU J Will tnnyr.tiu il r.Ill .tllfXlI ! ;!!! (!,. R. trOtB.WOCLlTsAY TO HI ' jj' old patrons' aa the publioj teat kemayb for. Tie -h'a riiiUorequwesi thiaexu, Fiit to, aecommqr date This numerous patients. Itis hot necussary to enemoratfctb.- -IK liaJimi r ri bit; "...i.,-.1. .HtNjrgBKjLiaX.W-CHBOIC, DISEASES. . ut will merely JI1W,tPeilitx IS THIS WHOLE list 01 uiseaaea n uiou uuiws aave rauetl to cut. 1 mchao-tf