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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
the arrival and ddbarroranf trains at Clt
ambus,Ohio. On and after Monday. April S9. 1887,
imiu in run h muDwi i i .: t ......
Cleveland. Columbna & Cin'ti R. R
.bate.
... 1:10 A.M.
.. 510 A. H.'
..H:10 A.M.
.. 8:15 P. M.
...3:45 P,M.
- AMITE.
Night Express
No. 1 Accommodation....
New York Krpress ,
Express and Mail
Springfield via Delaware.
1ri A. M.
7:4BP M.
Is-no noon
B:3P. M.
10A5A.il
Tola train leaves flnndav ntirhi tint K.fitnl.
"., . JAMES PATTERSON Agents
Little una I it Colambnsdr. Xeola B.B.
Cincinnati. Dayton. Riohm'd. 'J.' -';
Indianapolis. Chicago, Oir- "'-,..'
ctaville; Lancaster, Hills- -
born and Chilliooths. ...... 130 a. m. 15:50 a. m.
Cincinnati. Darton. Richm'd .
Chicagn,lndianapolis.Hills-
horo', Cbilioothe and Hari
etta ..: SrOO a.' m." 11:00 a. m.
Cinninnati. Dayton. Soring- . . . , 1
Hold, via Xenia, Riohm'd -'
ami fndianaoolis ... 12:15 p. m. 156 p. m.
Cincinnati and Springfield
ivie London. ...fc.... ...... .5:40 p. wi. 9:30p.m.
i.J. v. T. LOUGH. Agent.
Baltimore A Ohio Railroad, Central
Ublo nirlalca.
'. TRAINS EAST.
No. T Nliht Kxpress leaves Columbus at " litl A. M.
Ho. 1 Lightning Rxprets " " . " 11:10 A.M.
No. 5 Mail and Express " " ' ' ',", 1:60P.M.
3. ; I TKAIN8 TTERT. "'.'
No. 1 NistitExpress arrives at Columbus 12:10 A. M.
No. EMail " " "" liaSA.M.
No. 10 Lightning Express - " '' " 5:06 P.M.
!,-,. ...... , . , W. J.' KI.U Agent. .
Mites-nrgr, Celnmbas ft Cin'ti R. K.
Lightning Rxprew 1:15A.M.' 5:S0 P. M.
Mall and Express.....: 11:25 A, M. ' 11:4 A. M.
.New York -Express.:.'.. 1:40 P.M. 19:00 midnight
J. B. PETEK3. Agent..
Uolnmbua and Indianapalle Central
Rallwarr -
Sight Express 1S;S5 A. M. ISO A. M-
Pittsburg Bxpress.. 5:45 P.M. 100 A. M.
Day Express 11:50 A. M, 1:30 P.M.
Accommodation..... 70 A. M. 630 P.M.
:. U. A. HILL. Agent.
landuikf, Dtanafleld ft Newark R.R.
Trains leare Newark and arrive aa follows :
. -j... 1.11TB. ARRIVE.
Mail and Express... 100 A. M. l.-oo P. M.
l ast Freight and Passenger. 4:00 P. M. 8:13 P.M.
r f . . , . A. W. Dekhls. Agent.
and Arrival of Mails
AT THE
COLUMBUS POST OFFICE.
arrives: -
CT.OSE8,
A. M, P. If.
U30 1-30
,.,.13:30
..... 730
7:30
:S0 ' 730
Saitern Three rh MaEa.
A. M. r. X.
U.U.iU.B.K 1130
Eastern Way Mails, C. C."
-A O. R. R 11:05.
Xorthwest,viaFt,W.A C,
10:45
C ti. AO.K..K ..... 11:00
Chicago, via C. P. A I., C,
C A C.B. R ...
4:45
Little Miami R.R. through j1?
.00 .
15
1:15
:30 "
Little Miami R. R. Way.. 11:15 . 11:40
1330 "7:30
C. O. K. K . JVe-ark.
Zanesville i Wheeling.. 11:15 ....
CO. R. R.. War .... '
C. PJt I., thronsh A way 1030 '
inrcleville. Cbillioothe A
Portsmouth . .... 10:30 '
Lancaster. Ohio 7:00
East ay.Narional Road. 10:00
Mt. Vernon War. Wester-
ville.Ao . 830 '
Horth Colambns and Clin- .
tonville 9.-00 .. ,
WashingtonC.H.,viaHar.'l , . , ., ,
jTipborg. (tri-weeklkyj I "
'.M30
. 730
730
. 73
7:S
1330
1930
19 30
arrives jnonaays,
nesdays, A Fridays, and f ""
leaves Tuesdays. Thura-1
-days and Saturdays.... J
Centre Village, (tri-week-t
tan
730
ly.) Tuesdays. Tharsdays lJK.r... 1130
, and Saturdays.. i -
Orrici HOPR8. Office opens at7X o'clock A. M.
smd closes at V P. M. Sundays. open at4H A.M.,
and oloses at A. M. . . . . -
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JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster.
The Indians.
the
Iauuu Commission . at Leavenworth has
been published, and our readers are already
1 possession of the most importaut parts
ot it. lie says ne naa never oetore know n
the hostile feeling so strong and so univers
al among the trloes as it is this year. He
has never known an Indian war conducted
with so much spirit and malignity. If the
trooos were withdrawn, no white man
would ever cross the Plains. Tne savages
are wen armed, iney nave aplenty ot
ammunition, muskets, pistols, and even
auch modern improvements in the military
science as field-sralsses and a f-isrnal-corDs.
Their animosity is inflamed to the highest
pitcn. Ana witn tnem now ltis war to the
See what our disgraceful . Indian policy
bos .brought us to! For years we have
been goading these poor savages to desper
ation.swindling. robbing, and killing them;
turning loose a lot of rascally agents among
them ; cheating them out of their lands,
breaking our treaties, living .up to the
frontiersman's cardinal principle that the
Indian has no rights which the white man
la bound to respect. Mow they resent
their ill-treatment, and we wonder at their
animosity;' they tarn- upon us, and we are
Utterly unprepared to resist them. There
arn probably, say s Gen. Hancock, not more
than 2,000 hostile Indians between-the
Arkansas and the Platte. - Yet this beg
garly, handiul of painted .savages has"
$ roved more than -a match' for all Gen.
lancock's army.' The reports from' the
Plains get worse and worse every day.
We shall beat in tbe long. .run, no doubt;
but how much nameless torture must be.
suffered by tbe settlersTtnd emigrants be-,
fore that victory comes; bow many settle-,
nients must be laid waste, how much blood
must flow, we shudder to contemplate. We
have tried the troops and they do nothing.
We have sent out Peace Commissioners,
and the Indiana: promise to kill the Com
missioners as soon as they can catch them.
""'Isthis sort of thing ; to go on forever ?.
This Indian war is teaching is a good
lefsbn; -and while we are in the thick-ot
lt3 "horrors, let ns take it well to heart. To'
disarm the hostile bands who are now
preadiDg consternation through tbe Far
West is only a part of our task. That
done, we must learn to; shun ' the false
polity wbiuh. has brought all these evils
upon us. We must abolish ontand out the
whole' system of the Indian Bureau. It is
little better than, a system of mingled
iraud and folly. Let us put the Induing
en ggeatiuus, if that seems best, and it
we can do it, and then let the army take
care of them ; keep them in, and, more im
portant still, keep the white men out. - If
-we trust the execution of out treaties to
-broken-down political hacks who get the
appointments of agents and superintend
ents M rewards lor service - at the ward
caucnseR, we may be pretty sure they win
ue uroKen. it -we put them Into tne hands
Tofthe soldiers, it is probable will be
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New Style of Woman's
Rights.
The. Commander-in-Chief of India,, Sir
William ilatislield, not satisfied with the
extensive powers with which he lslnvesr-
jed,acd the uulimited control or a Jarge
nrmv, must nee as lnciuae among nis orders
t)f !thetlaT directions lor the ceremonial of
a.-- ..." .
nis. wiie.'a receptions, even to prompt ana
imuliclt obedience to a hint Irom her ladv
snip. The aids-de-camp are warned that
. uwhen Iadx Jdansfleld is in India, any hint
wmcb sn may give wita resrara ta mat
ters connected . with.: the establishment,
leaving ot cards, reception of visitors, Ac
ts to be receiveu .as if it were an absolute
order irom the Commander-in-Chief."
The office ot an ald-de-camp in India is
iiu ouictui c, ctcii wucu 116 is in quarters.
For example, Captain iJarvis is reminded
by name that on the day before, beiAg
Idy-3tnslield'8 reception day,-", "many
'Visitors called, and it seems to have been
forgotten - -Dy i me aici-ae-camp on
dntr; that it was part of his dutv to usher
In ladies or gentlemen 'who called, and to
remain in tne -drawing-room while the
-visit lasted, performing his part in the en
tertainment of the visitors and showing
them out again." After some furthernubs,
- ,it ls.laid aown mat "juis Jixceiiency ae-
s i res to siguiiy nis aisapprovai or tne dis
appearance o( an aid-de-camp Irom' the
drawing-TOomafter dinner, before the dis
appearance of other guests.". , From this
abowintr an aid-de-camp to tbe Command
er-in-Chief in India ought to have studied
all the arts of conversation, possess a good
memory,' arid'hafve It stored -"witn- every
kind oi eossiD. bonmsts and repartee, and.
above all, be master, of the art' of flatter
ing the humors and seizing on the full
jaicauii). of, even the smallest Jilutof the
lady 'Commander-in-Chief.' 'Are "'Mrs.'
Caudle's lectures "read at Sir. William
'yaiiB4eld,8L beadrqaartera t ... , ;T.
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A Dctchmam froav the profane-city of
Kotterdam, but at present resiaipg in uo
boken, recently took occasion, "as it were,"
to kill his dog, tbe dog having killed one
ot bis sheep. - Atter ehooting him nntil be
,was extremely defunct, our Teuton took A
club and commencea beating tne, brutes
tbrains out. JNeightwr. bantu, came along
and-asked: ... , """;"''"
-"What are Voli pounding the dogTorf
3bn't you see he's dead ?' , -, "
"Yes," answered Hqtzehweitzen. "but I
jrmans te-let him now that there's a-herer
after." -yt. - .' ' ' " : 'J ''
AtPulaaki, Tenn., last TbuTsday even
Ingitbe rebeW formed in line and made an
arnred demonstration' against- the State
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[From the Pittsburgh Post]
The Execution of Charles Chase—
The Execution of Charles Chase— A Horrible Event — The Rope
Breaks—A Bungling Hangman.
1 Oi the execution of Charles Chase, at
Brookville, Jefferson county, on Wednes
day. last, for the murder ot an old woman
named Elizabeth McDonald, the JTerpld of
juuuuafeBavs: .- , ., .
"At one o clock to-day the conaemned
man was taken to the jail-yard, and, alter
relieious ceremonies were performed by
the Reverend Father, Charles Chase, aliai'
Wlntbn, was launched at the end of a rope
Into' eternity. His immortal .spirit has
winged its rway to' the presence of that
Judge who requires no jiiry, and from
wnose decision there is no appeal. With
him we leave the unfortunate man.. ';
i " We have, at this time, no heart to grat
ify a morbid curiosity or appetite, by des
canting -upon the revolting particulars of
this first, land it is to be hoped the last exe-'
cution Jn Jefferson county." ' '
' From a private source we learn that the.
hangipg was conducted in such a bungling
manner that the knot slipped and the vie-'
fira fell to the earth, where he for some
moments remained insensible. When con
sciousness had returned he was again'
placed' upon the- Bcaffold, and while the
rope was being adjusted for the second
time, the unfortunate aian vehemently ex-1
claimed : -AIy God, this is too hard ! For i
God "8 sake make sure of your work this i
time." Our informant states that the most
Intense excitement prevailed for a time in
jthe fail yard, persons running wildly to
Bud fro, the Sheriff .among those raot vio
lently agitated, and not one daring, to
touch the bodv ot the but half executed
murderer,, which lay upon the earth writh
ing iu agony,. .These, perhaps, are some of
tne "revolting particulars ' upon whicn tne
Merattia reporter liau not tue tiearl to ues
Cant. ;.i y-wv , .- : : :' "
j Seven Mexican ..detectives are chasing
about New .York city after a dexterous in
dividual who Is pleased to call himself C
M.'Medanich. As but one of the detectives
knows the man by sight, tbe hunt is as
fierplexingas it is exciting, since $200,000
n gold is to be won or lost by its success
or failure. But little is known of .the cir
cumstances of the robbery. ' ' Medanich
put up at the St. James Hotel, with a
Woman who passed for his wife, and about
k week ago dispatched her across the At
lantic with, it is supposed, a portion of the
treasure IShe -will be stopped by a cable
f ispateb. vThe detectives let Medanich slip
hrough their lingers la the most senseless
Way, after having him directly in their
panda, and the last seen of tbe man he was
Vanishing downTbird avenue with a trunk
and carpet-bag said to contain $65,000' in
goW. '.The detectives were rewarded with
Securing tne saws and tiles, covered with
elitteriug dust, with which he had cut up
the gold bars for snug packing. Unless
the detectives grow sharper, the Mexican
Government will miss its gold for some
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ARIES W A CGHTON WISHES TO BE.
J turn thanks to the natrons of tha above well
known store, and to solicit a continuance of their
farrora. Being sole proprietor of the building as
well as business, he can afford to soli for a much low-
er profit than any house in town, and customers can
depend upon finding at all times a cood stock of sea
sonable goods, and will receive such prompt atten
tion at the bands of bra-clerks and assistants as will
assure visitors to his establishment that the? are in
deed dealing in a . : ; i , ;.
First Olaaa Store,
. '.' .. Where can always be found, t,
DEES GOODS, . SHAWLS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES,
9 I&SIS CLOAKS OF 0QR 0WJJ MAKE. '
Also, Hosiery and Fancy GooJs of every description
-; . JAIT1KS. NAWH'rON, -
- .118 and 122 Soutlt Hisb Mreet, '
Mm,-.,,.. . ,. .. i .. COLUAIBUS. OHIO ,
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Paving Notice.
To all whom it may concern :
.CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
CoLUMBCS. t.. Aug. 6. 18U7.J
"Notice is hereby eiven. that nroceedilies'bavebeen
instituted in the Oity Counoil of ' Columbns, for
niakisgtne toiiowmg improvements, to wit: -.
i Survey Perrv street f rou. High street to the canal
and reDort to the Cnnnoil a proper grade. -
Iso, to grade North Btrcet from Water street to
Tr et street. -n. '..
Also, for gridingand paving the n"paved side
walks, gutters and crossings on Washingtbn ave
;m,ft h.:Afn l.nnffflnd t-rmarl fttrnRt.fl.
Alan of tha ehst. exoanfie- of filling no with
earth lot No. 1 of McElvane's subdivision of ent
lot No. 35, situated on fr'iieod street between Sev
enth street and Washington avenue, according tea
resolution paseii by tbe Council July 8th. 1867.
f.Thn same tn be dona- in accordance with DlatS
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil tngi-
neer, anu mea in me omce oi me viiy jierH.
All nersons claimina- damairos on acoount of Said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
eiaimvia tneomceoi tne vierK. in wrttinz.-uu t.r
before the Twenty-first day of September. A. u
'CT L. E. WILSON', ''
aogl0-dltaw4w . Ciiy Clerk."
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Paving Notice.
To all whom it may Concern:
' . , CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. )
... 111 Columbus, O Aug. 7. 1867.1
Notice la herehv iriven.that nroceedingrhavebeen
Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
makina the follnwit imnrnVemonts.-to-wit:
Kor making a flag orossing on the aouth aide' of
juouna street aorossaixtn street. .
Also, forgradiug and craveling the'roadwar of
Strawberry alley from fifth street to Sixth street,
The same to be dooe in accordance witn plats
ana esiimatexo DepreparetrDy-ifre vity yjirn Jin
ffin-er. and fiied in.he office of the Citv Clerk.
Allceraonfecluiminir daoaairesen account of said
proposed imprrvetnents, are required to file their
claims in trie orhce ortneTJierk, in writing, on or
kefora tne rweuty-Irrsc day ei DentemDar,' A.i u
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dltaw4w City Clerk.
Paving Notice.
To all whom it may Concern : . .
..I' -T CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
.011,1:1 i i . Columbus. O.'. AugjM, 1867.
''Notice is hereby rrlven thatnroeeedngs have been
iru-t.tuted in the City Council of Columbus for
making tnetollowimr imDrovement.to-wit :
For grading and pvms tne unpaved gutters and
crossings and traveling the roadway of strawberry
alley irom Fifth street to rie'venth street. -
Also, 'or graveling the roadway of South street
irom it dirwev aiiev to venth street. -
Tne game to be done" in accordance with plats
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, Bira mea in- ine omce 01 iae;iiy victk.
Alt per.ons alaimicg damages on account of said
proposea i'nprovements, are required to tile their
claims in th flice of the Clerk, in writing, on' or
ve'io-e- the Twenty-eighth day of September, A. 11
' JJ " , ' 1. E. WILSON. '
augl7-dlUw4w' -'" ' " City Clerk.
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Paving Notice.
may concern :
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.
. . -, Columbus. U.. Aug. 31. 1867.1
Notice is herebv given, tbatnroceedinashave hean
instituted in the City Counoil of Columbus, for
Ulan (UK, .ue iuiiu.iui$ luifruTciuoiius, w nu;
For paving tha sidewalk in front of iulotNo.S72
on tne west siue ot oooto nigu street.
Also, for paving the unpaved idewalks on South
Cherrv street from Front street to Fair allev.
The same to be done in accordance with the plats
and estimates tobe prepared by the City Civil in-
gjneer.aod bled in tneomcett tne Ulior. Ulerk.
Allnersons elaimins damages on aocount of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
oelore the i ilt n day . 01 uotooer, a. 11. low.
,.- 1 , t Li E. WILSON.
auga-dltawlw ', .".!' . City Clerk.
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To all whom it may conctrn : . '..:; ..
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' ' CfJLUMBUS, O., Attg.SO, 186T.J ''
Notice is herebyriVeh, that proceedings have been
rnstitnted id. the City Council of Columbus, for
makin the following improvement, to wit: 1 .
For grading and paving tlie unpaved aidewslks,
gutters aadcrosaings on the north side of eaatttay
street from Cleveland avenue to Washington ar
nue.; ' .'" .-- I t:r.K--- . -i.-v ' --':
Tbe tame to be done in accordance with vlata and
estimates to be prepared by the City UivilEngiaeer
filed in the cflioe of the City Clerk. '..'
All persons olaiming damage -on. aoconnt of said
MAtHmRrl Mnnrovemonta. are reauired to file ibek-
olaims in tb office of. the Clerk, in writing, on. or
beloi the Tenth day ot otoer, A. v-.iabi .
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NEWARK,
OHIO.
' .PHILLIPS HOUSE,
SOUTHWEST COR: (RAIN ADD THIRD STREETS,
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C.G.McMiLUUi.Chief Clerk. rt
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ST NICHOLAS,
i riFOHMBRI.T BCCKWOH4M BOUI,
East Side of this Public Square
. NEWARK, OHIO."
JOHN KOOS, . '-; ii Proprietor.
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c.-r. saaocaiir.
CLARENDON
HOTEL,
CliC:IN"fATI, OUIO. u ,,
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CUITTUiUDEK fc CO, Propria
HAVItO lEtD THE PROPERTI
knon as the Walnut Street rlouse, and com-
ple ed our improvements opon the same, it is now
thoronchly re furnished, painted, carpeted and in
most excellent condition, and will from this date be
iuo UL,AKKHiUUJM KVlt.h. We snail ba most
happy to see our friends and tbe traveling -public.
aBd cuarantee the aoeomniodatioas. of tha Claren-
uon ui oe equal to any Motel in tbe oity. .. .
Telegraph Office in the Hotel
Maren 18, 186T. S. Is. CillTTESDEN ft CO,
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NEW;;, GOODS NEW GOODS
Eeceived this days
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SOUTH HIGH STREET,
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DRESS GOODS,
PLAIN MERINOS,
PLAIN POPLINS,
PLAID POPLINS,
DKLAINES,;
COBURGS,
LA DrES' STTAWLS,
TABLE LINENS,
TABLE NAPKINS,
TOWELINGSt'
FLANNELS,- i
OPERA i LANNELS,
CLOTHS andl
' CASST MERES," ,;
MOURNING GOODS.
BALMORAL SKIRTS
HOOP SKIRTS,
LACES,
LINEN HANDICFS,
LADTES' CORSETS,
HOSIERY, -."
GLOVES, Ac, &c.
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tional roaa ana tne mvmgsiion 10 mi. ma una is
adapteil far gardening purposes, and will, be sold
antiro-asa whale, er in suiaUer ots. , ,
Also, 103 acres of land on tha National road, three
miles east ef Columbus, wjtn good .buildnBS. or
obard. and is in good order.
Also, 9J acres on tbe National road, five miles east
wiumDUSi wita a gooa uouse, orcnaia, ac.
'Also, tia acres adjoining the above, with a Rood
house, barn. Ac.or 144 acres xn tbe same road. ;
.The land is in tbe best condition, and' will be sold
a nargain ana on easy terms. -, .. .
For particulars, inquire of '." ' ' '' '
TROHaS MILLER. '.'
T
, miles east of Columbus on the National roadf
oro
novl5-dtf
Columbus, Ohio.
Law , Books and. Law Stationery.
:;Voli 16 Ohio State Report". $5. -i ,'
Ohofeon A Okey's Ohio 'Digest. 10. - 1 ...
Vol; SI United States Digest. 6 60. ' "'-
The-' Hew'iiBaukrBpt iTLarr and
Itlanks tor sOmei'.' -. 11 i'ni
Legal CapJ Notarial Besliand Presses. S'..
G. W; GLGaVo.V,
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MEDICAL' COLLEGE OF OHIO.
'l.l i I-.-sr'rT. fJHICnWKIATie; ? - m . ; I
' A If If U A I4. COtlBSE Or AiEC-
TUUES in the above institution will
commence TUESDAY. October 1st, 1867, in the
College Building, Sixth street, between Vine and
itaoe eueeu, ana ena tne last ot x eoruary
;-v;-..l 1.1 'Mi B 8. '(!.- i-t "-.-i:n
Matricclation 'X . . JJ.-jy; .'. J.-. . .L $5 00
Pufesor a iioket;., ..,.u 00
Demonstrator s liokets 6 w
Hospitals, each ..-..'...' 5 00
Graduation Fee. ; . : : rr. 2500
For particulars, see circulars. "
agl-dew. 11.-11. WR1UHT,. D., Daah.
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WE HAVE SOI.D IKTElaEST
intha firm ef Reed. Jones A Co. 10 Addison
Uoore arid be retires froui our firm this day. '
"Aogist lt,0Mn; ' ' s .i"'i '" mi.;', hi; t
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b-i'i'i J' :.: Vh-.l.-,'f..i ." . fl II I '.
A aprina approaches
Ante and Rotichee,
; u.'i trom their htie com out,,.,. '
And Mice and. gat
Jn epite of cat,
1 '...": . ? Gaily ekip about,'.,
iri- "IB year established In N. Y. City." '
Only infallible remedies known." '
Free from foisons."
-'"""Notdangesous to the Human Family."':
. ,Kau come oat of their holes to (lie."
Coetar'e't Rat, Beach, &c, Exterm't
..-Isapaste nserl for Bat,lltc,Jloachu, .. ,
lack and Bed Ante, ie.. 4o.
. ; .7 .--,t ; . ' . .
Coatar'a" Bed-Bng Exterminator
! : Is a liquid or wash used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for ed-uge, ie. ,
'Coatar'a"Electric Powder for Inaecta
Is for Jfoth. lloeqyt Itoei.Jriea. Bed -Bvgi,
f Jneect on Plant, tfowU, Animal, ka.
-''::: .-l .'.) . :,,,:' . ! -'-:J 1-
; yT 1 1 1 Rnrm I ! I of all worthless imitations.
See that "Cortar's" name is on each iiox.
Bottle, and Flask, belore you buy.
., I, Address, . t ,
i'i'." ' IIE9IRT R.COSTAR, :r
" ' . . 484 Brodway, IT. Y.
. Sold, by S.E. SamneTTStarpTe A Ritson, R. Jones
A Son, O. Roberts A Co.; Wholesale and Retail
Agents, and by H H White, J. It. Cook, and all
Druggists in Columbus, Ohio.
OrtCTAD'C"
www w
" - .CELEBRATED
BUCKTHORN SALVE
For Cuts. BrTrrisl "Rrnises. WonndsT Dolls. Cancer.
Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Bleediog Blind and
rainiul niej ticrolulons. rutridand lll-oondition-ed
Mores; Ulcers, Glandular Swellings. Eruptions,
cutaneous Anections, King worm, itcli.lJorns, nun
ions. Chilblains, Ac; Chapp d Hands. Lips. Ao.
Bites of Spiders. Insects, Animals, d&, 4o.
W Boxes, 25 cte., socta. and l alzea.
Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
And by HENRY R. COSTAR. Depot M
Broadway, N. y. ;
Sold by S. B. Samnel, Mamie A Ritson. It. Jnne
h Son. u. Roberts A Co., Wholesale and Retail
Agents, and by ii. H.i White, J. K. Cook, and all
uruKKists in voiuujduj. uuio.
; t, -.: - ;
COSTAR'S"
.i.l
' UNIVERSAL- '
CORN SOLVENT
- i -
For Corns. Bunions, Warts, to.
tf Boxes, 25 eta., 50 eta. and f,l elaea.
' Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
S- And by HENRY R. COSTAR. Depot 484
uroaaway, n. I.
Sold by S. E. Samuels, Marple A Ritson. R. Jones
A Son, U. .Roberts A Co.. Wboleoale A Retail
Agent. end by H. H. White, J. 11. Cook, and all
xiruEgisu in t;oiumous, unio.
"COSTAR'S"
.i.. ) j. :' i;;--. -r. " ,'J . - ,
PREPARATION OF -' -
BITTER SWEET
7; . .... ,
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ORiNG E BLOSSOMS,
FOR BEAUTIFYIN.Q TJ5E COMPLEXION. '
Used to Soften and Beautify the Skin, remove
Freckles; Pimples. Eruptions, Ac "
Ladies are now using it in preference to all others.
;H- Bottles, 1. '
mVT' Sold by all Drusgist9 everywhere.' 'if .1
r And by HEttKY. R. COSTAR. Depot 484
Broadway. N. Y.
gold by 8. E. Samuel. Marple A Ritson, R. Jones
A Son,. U., Roberts 4 CnWholesnle and Kela 1
Agents, and by H. H.White, J. R. Cook Jand all
AirugBiils m uoiumous. umo. .
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'r ' ri'll ! : i '7 .''..'!' - - . . i. iin - i- I : ' - : .' .,
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PECTORAL ,., .
COUGH R E I E !6 Y ,
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tlV. r,.m tlAm XX .m . C T-l. . . r
Whoonins Coueh. Influenza. Aslhma. ConAiimntion.
Bronchial Affections, and all Diseases of the Throat
anq Lungs. - -
49 Bottles, 15 ets., SOots. aid tl sizes. ''
byatl Druggists every where.'
t And by'HlSNRY;R. -COSTAR; Depot 484
Bioaqway, N. Y. ,
,.1.1 k e c cm..t r..ni. - t iu
l II 1 11 V.. L ' - .'J. 1 i.lllU. 1, ..1 B. N f 1. l.l.DUU, ...
A Son, U.' Roberts A Co;. Wholesale and lie tail
Agents and by 11. H. wnite, y. ii. uool-, ana all
Druggists in Culumbns, Ohio. --
In;
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COSTAR'S"
!.'!! 'till'. s1m'.i :t!! tif ','', fill f . . r . . r - I,, i,.
f 31 .ivr lU ? CELEBRATED''1 X.t
J rr ,j'i-.''H-, a !! 'i-ir.'i rij ,-i-i. - ... j,.
BISHOP PILLS,
.Ik;i;--1 i;-: f;:l ;' ;, :,IW i.i .j
A DNIYERSAL DINNER PILL,,.
For Nervous and:8ick.Hcadacha. Castivenesg. Tn.
digestion, DyBpepsia." Biliousness,' Constipation,
'Jtarrheav Colios,;Chilly fevers, and general de-
raegeineDtpt tue.jjigestive urgans., , ,, , ,,..,
r Boxes, ! cts.. tocts. and u sues.
" Sold by all Druggists every where.
w Ana rsmTcosrxjfipof i
Broadway. jS. Jf.. : ,-,
jirioWkyiS. EwSaaMiel, Uwle itnea. B Jones
tion,-ti. Roberts .o., IV boletale and Retail
Agents, and bv bt H. Wbite.J,.K,,Cg0k..an4 ail
TEAi TEAS!
-"i tji (.i'i , .: . . ., . :' n
rHE ATTENTION OF DEALERS
Hotel Keepers and Families desirous of obtain
ng choice Teas at reasonable rates, il respectfully
ueotedtoonr . . . .
C0MPLETB ASSORTMENT OF c..:
' GREEv.' .felACX'. AND ' NATURAL EAF 'TEAS.1.-.
Which we offer in original packages, or in quanti
ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying
that we never fail to meet all reasonable expecta
tions.stnd while orders are eonstantly coining in f
.Jast sncri Tea aa yon ent us before,"
complaints rarely occur. Persons who," as a matt '
of taste, or irom hygienic considerations, use Bla :
Tea, often find it difiioult to get a good article. .
r -;'( OUR CHOICE '
BLAOk TEAS?
cannot be eycelled. and have established a reputa
tion lor us wherever we havosold them.
OUR NATURAL LEAFS
are of the purest nd sweetest chops, ann
being
curea in tne sun are tree nom tne aetetoriouset
fects produced by contact with copier.
A full line of staple and faricj Qrooeries always
on hand at lowest market prices. . ,
: BROOKS, PERSON & CO.?
: V 3r n O. O 33 H IS. . :,;
rso.
Dg3 ' '
South IUrrh Ht.
' (Corner Friend..' ''
THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS.
Rev. 3. F. GIVEN, Editor and Proprietor.
Published weekly on Friday, at '
COLU BUS, OHIO.
Office No. 20 North High Street. .
."'" ' ALSO .','" ; ' V.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
THK WITNESS AIMS TO BE A GOOD
J. religions journal, free from tho political rancor
of the times and opposed to tbe mingling of politics
and religion.
It is an independent enterprise, bat in conduct
ed in the interest of the movement which looks to
tbe establishment of Churches on a basiw of free
and simplechristianity, diwardimrall creeds bntthe
Bible, and all testa of Christian fellowship but that
of a Christian life. ' It seeks to be entortuinintr and
instruct ire to old and younc, having a patto-devoted
exclusively to the family giving current intelli
gence, religious and secular, and reporting the mar
ket, East and West.
We hope all who are in favor of a Christianity
free from politics, sectarianism and fanaticism will
extend t ons iteir patroixaae.
ju--'.-. GIVEN
CARRIAGE MAKING SHOP.
HAVINO PlIltCIUSRD THE INTETl.
est of P. M. Uutches in the Carriage Making
onop. '
Corner of Fair & Linn Alleys,
Ketween Broad and Gay and Iligh and Frontstreets
I am now prepared to make
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,
Spring Wagons and Road Wagons
On the best possible terms as cheap as can be done
iu me cifay.
. . -trt -B "E A- I St I Xtf C3- ,
of all kinds done on short notice.-iuly25-ltf
, THOMAS ANDERSON.
CUNARD STEERAGE LINE.
BETWEEN NEW YORK AND I.IV
ERPOOL. calling at QUfcENSTOWN.
Froiu New York every Wednesday.
From Liverpool every Tuesda .
From Qnee:!8town every Wednesday.
Ratfs of Passaob. Cabin, 80 (g Id). Steer
age, txo (enrreee ). Steorege tickets Irom Liver-
p- oi or iivk' en.-.town at low rates. i
Driilts lor sale on Crest Britain and Ireland.
- For Steeiage i usage, aptly to
E. CUNARD,
No 6 Brcadwsy, New lork, orto
' - RICHES A nuuUK, Agents,
N". 107 South Iligh street Coluu.bus. Obio
. dec!7-dl . .
ASTROLOGY.
Tl W01LI ITIII1
, AT THB WONDERFUL REVEL AT I ON 8
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTR0L0GIST.
Madame XX. A.FEHBIGO.
. She reveals secrets no mortal ever knew. She
restores to happiness, those who, from doleful events,
catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relations and
friends, losa of money, do., have become despondent.
Sbe brings together those long separated, gives inn
formation concerning absent friends or lovers, re
stores lost or t len property, telis you the business
Touare beat aualifiod tooursue and in what von will
be most successful, causes speedy marriages and tells
you tne very day you win marry, gives you toe name,
likeness and characteristics of tha person. She
reads your verj thoughts, and by her almost super
natural pownrs unveils the dark and hidden myste
ries of the future. From the stars we see in the
firmament the maleGo stars tha) overcome or pre
dominate in the configuration from the aspects nd
positions of the planets and the fixed si are in the
neavens at the time ox birtb. sbe deduces tne fu
ture destinr of man. Fail nut to consult the irreat-
estAstrologistoneartV ItcosUyou but a trifle, and
you may nevr agaiu have so favorable an opportu
nity. ConRultaiion fee, with likeness and all de
sired information, $1. Parties living at a distance
can consult the Madame by mil with equal safety
and saufitaotion to tnemselves, as n in person. A
full and explicit cbarV written out, with
all inquries answered and liheness inclosod, sent by
mail on receipt of price above mentioned. The
strictest secrecy will be maintained, and all corres-
Enndence returned or destroyed. References of the
ighest order furnished those desiring them. s Write
plainly the day of tha month and year in which. you
were born, inclosing a small lock ot Hair.
.. Address,. Madame H. A. I'ERRIGO.
P. O. Drawee 293, Buffalo, IS . Y,
: marSS-dawlj .
WHISKERS AND
'MUSTACHES
forced to grow upon the
smoothest face in from
three to five weeks by
using Dr. SKVIUNE'S
the most
wonderful .discovery in
modern science, acting upon the Heard and Hair in
an almost minculons manner. It has been ued by
me erne oi ransana loiiiob wun inemost natter
ing success. Names of all purchasers will be resis
tered, and if entire satisfaction is not given in every
instance, the money will be cheerfully refunded.
Price by mail. sealed and postpaid.!. Descriptive
circulars and testimonials- mailed free. Address
BbKUKK. SHUTTS & cyUtwmjsts. JNo. 25 Riv
er street. Troy, N. Sole age cits for the United
States. ; ... , . .
BEAUTY. Aubnrn,
Golden. Flaxen, and
-Silken CUKLS produc
ed ui tne use hi rot.
DeHkeu.x'8 FR1SER
LB CHEVETJX. i One
application warranted to
unrl' the most straight
and stubborn hair of either sex into wavy ringlets,
or heavy massive curls Has been used by the fash
lonaDies ot l arisana uonaon witn tne most grati
fy ing results'.- Iloes no ii.jury to the hsir. Price by
mail, sealed and nostnaid. .' Decrintrvn Cirmi.
lars mniled ftee. Address BERGKR, SHUTTS A
CO.. Chemists. Ifo. 285 River street. Troy, S. Y.,
iiar25-dwly
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
JJJST RECEIVED AT
lOl SOUTH - HIGH STREET,
;? :.-'-,....,-.. Ifv, .n r - ; - :.- -.'' f ..
NEW. RETAIL CLOTHING HOUSE OPENED
... UK . , ......
ST!3BB11,T0W11C0
Bl'LENULD GOOlSl ELEGANT STYLES :
r- , Hatched Beaver Suits. ...... .' - :
t slatcbed Jssimere Suits, t ..... -i.
. :; . Matched Pants and VesW. - ,
.: A variety of Reaver and Cassiniere ,.,
' . .. .. , ;
O V ,E 11 C OATS .
EVERYTHING. IN TflJE WAY OF
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
r ' : ' ASSORTMENT r'--
SOMETHING ' EW AND 'NOVEL.
Commencing Monday, October 15,
f'-'-l UM1M! a. 1 -.za ..'; :1; . ':';
AlIGbod Sold at TlrtcM tn.f. ilof. AnmnAtitloni-
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed. - '
is. the time to bur your Clothing and Fnrnish-
. n . . .( ; -j .ua vioous, apa toe place v .,. . ,
i4: ROOTH HIC.IT STREET. 1
Ai Call and tisminn nnV Roods and receive ex
planation in full. All are invited.: . ' , '
... ., . . .. .. HTfcBUl.NS, TUs
Retail 8tore. 164 South High streetj '
Whole.elitore.ISoa Uwypne 4 ;
ENTEJ IEBRUARY, 1865.
iThe Best Stove in the GoTcrnmcnt.
j '5'filo-t'I 5ocO i n:bo77 B'.fl ,o:;
THE PECULIAR FEATURE OF thin
Stove is tbe novetfonttruction of the Oven,
I which makes it tbe most thorough baker in use
I sou save eoceis to tbeOvon in front, converting Cbt
: sides into flues', giving il two more heating surfaces
-than any other St'.ve andev it
I As tbo stove is constructed it is intended for
i either WOOD or COAL, operating with eitlior
i equally well.
j , :3 :, , OR.TU. CASE, Area, iH ,
I . . e. jL53 jNprtb. Ui gh street,
j novS-dtf ' " ' J C0LVHBC8. O,
CRISPER COIVJA,
t. i -1 .. . i ...
J With starry eyes, and radiaU hair.
' Wh 'e curling tendrils soft. entwined.' i
, Enchained the very heartand mind. .. . .
i .-..CRBSPMrCOMA,. .-,:'! i
For Crirling the Hair or Either Scx'into Vfavy
. ' and cioss Kinglets of Heavy :. .. .
! "- ' Massive Curls. :i;u-..'",.
By using this article Ladies and Gentlemen ean
beautify themse'ves a thousand fuld. It is. .the oniy
article in the world that will curl straight h ir. and
at tbe same time give it a beautiful, grotsy' appear
ance. Tho Crisper Coma not only curls the iLair.
but invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it;
is highly and delightfully petfuiuo, and is the
most complete article of tbe kind ever otiered to
tbe American public. The Crisper Coma will be
sent to an? address. sealod and postpaid, for $1,
. Address all order to . . ,
, W. L. CI.ARtf A Ca-rCberoists,?
No. 3 West Fayette street, Syhacusb, N. i.
mr25-rawly
I "There Cometh glad tidings bf joy to all. ' ' '
j To young and to old, to great, arid to small : r
i Tbe beay ty which once was so precious and rare
' Is free for all. and all may be lair.
Bf the useol , i ;.
CHASTELLAR'S
W HITE LIQUID
; ENAMEL,
; For ImprovingandBeautifyingtbeComplexion.
Tbe most valuable and perfect prepaxationin use.1
for giving the' skin a beautiful pearl-like tint-
that is only found in youth.-'It auicklv rth
moves Tan. Fieckles, Pimples, -Blotchesi Motes
fatches, ballowness. jbrupuona, and all impurities
of the skin, kindly healing tbe same, leaving the
skin white and clean as alabaster. Its use eaonot be
.detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a vegeta
ble preparation is perfectly harmless. It is theonly
article of the kind used by-the French, and is con
sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
toilet, lipwards of 30.000 botties-were sold during
the pa?t year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy'
Price only T5 eents. . Sent by mail, post-psia. On re
ceipt ox an orocr. oy ... .r
BERUcUt SHUTTS A Co., Chemists.
i :1 ?86 River SU. Troy.-N i f
i mar25-dawly
!-,::.::AFFUCTEP:!.
SUFFER NO MORE!
! When'bv the nseof DR. JOTNVILLTS'S V.T.tT.
' ER' d'ou cart be cured permanently. and at a trifling
cost.
The astonishing success which has attended this
invaluable medioine for. Physical aud Nervous
V i-aknes. ucneral llehility and frostration. Loss
of Muscular iiioergy. impoteney, or any of the eon-
sequences of youthful indiscretion, renders it tie
moat vmuahle preparation-ever difCovered
Ab .... ICUIUI. .11 UCIVUU9 .Utt.UU . UCICSBIUU,
excitement, incapacity to study or buslnosx, lues of
meinorvt- eoatusion, thoughts, of self destruction,
fears of insanity, Ac. It will restore the appetite,
renew the health of those who have destroyed it by
sensual excess or evil practices. ... .
Young Men. be humbugged no more by "Quack
Doctors" and igrornnt practitioners,-hut send
without delay for the hlixir. and be at once restored
t. health and happiness. A Perfect cure is Guar
anteed in every instance.- Price, $1, or four bottles
to one address. S3.
. One bottle issufficientto effect aaure iaallordin-
'ALSo!'DR.: JOISVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS,
r... . i. - A i ......... ..... ..f i 1
Gleet, Urethral Discharges, Gravel. Stricture, ano.
all affections of the Kidneys and madder.- Cum
; effected in from one to five days. Tbey are prepared
. troin vegetable extracts t.at are 1- armless n tbe
system, and never nauseate tbe stomach or impreg
nate the breath. No change of diet is necessary
while using tbem, nor does their action in any man -per
interfere with business pursuits. -Price, IU per
box.
: - i.iiher of the above-mentioned articles will be
' sent to any address, closely scaled, and post-paid,
by mail or express, on receipt of price. Address all
orders to ' ! -. .
BERGER. SHUTTS A Co., Chemists.
'-. Ao.JfcS River street, Troy, N.Y.
mar35-dawly . .....
The experience of the vast ten years has demon
strated tbe fact that the utmost reliance may be
placed m tne emcaoy or j. r
I BELL'S SPECIFIC PILLS,'
for the speedy and permanent eure of Seminal
Weaklier-, Emissions, Physical and Nervous De
- bility. Impotence, or want of power, the result of
; sexual exce-s, or ' - ' "' '
OUTHFUL IN D1SCREIIOS, .
which, neglected, ruins the happiness and unfits the
sufferer for Business, Soeial Society or Marriage,
1 and often terminates in aa untimely grave. Hake
no delay in seeking the remedy. Bell a Specific
Pills ean be used without detection or interference
with business pursuits. - h
NO CUAAGE UF OIl IS NECErSAKY.
They are entirely vegetable, and porfectly hann-
less on the system. Each box contains 60 pills, with
' full directions and a treatise on toe oonsequences
and cure. Price One Dollar. Beware of counter
feits I If you cannot procure tbem of your Drug.
f ist, send the moneyto Dr. J ames Bryan, Consul t
ne Pfaysieian, 819 Broadwav, New York,and they
i will be sent by return oi mail, free from obaerva
. lion. For sale by Druggists generally.
HiUltE VALUABLE THAN GOLD I
BKYAN'S LIFE .' PILLS
PURIFY THE BLOOD,
Rkjiovb Hbadacbi, ' Dizziness, Giddiness.
I -. iiBOWaiNSss. Unlxasant Dreaii,' Dim-
keks ok slsut, indiokstiun,, .
Cleanse the Stomach and
Bowels,: i r.oliii:' ;
Insure NEW LIFE in thewlebilitated. and
Beslore tbe Sick , to Perfect Health.
PUBJEI vTIGETABLB. . ; . f ,
Try them I Th only cost 25 cents, and if you
oanoot get tbem of your Druggist, send the money to'
. Dr. JAMtS BRYAN, Consulting Physician. .
' 819 Hioadway New York
And they will be sent hi return of mail, postpaid,
hot tale by Druggists geuexallj. dec20-dwlj
; , .. .. ... TO ;I;Ap1E9,1' .
' If you require a reliable remedy to restore youi
I and remove irregularities or Obstructions, why not
: nse the led6? i ; ' . t . . . ; j .- .
' Every lady knows the slightest irregularity ef na"
' hire is liable to bring on llcadsche. Giddiness, Low
, hprrits, Fainting, Hysterics. 4c; then the bloom of
' health fades, the appetite faitB, and other symptoms
! more distressing commence, as--Weakness, Spinal
Complaint, the. Whites. Prolapsus. Ac, Ac. A
never failing iemedy will be found in .
! - HAUVEY!K FEMALE 17ILLS. "
' The experience of tbir y years has iwoved they
1 nave bo equal' lor Ketnoving ubstrnciions and Ir
; regularities, no matte feom what Cause they
AKJ8B. -Tne - are safe and sure tn every ease.' L)p-
J wards ot &o,ouu noxes are seid annuaity,-ano no com
; plaint of their effiocy is ever heard,' for they ao-
: oomptt6n wnat tney are repreentert to no.
Sold in boxea Containing Sixtv Pill. Price One
I Dollar. .. -
' DR. HARVEY'S COLDEH PILLS
I is a remedy tour degrees stronger ti an the above.
: ana intenaea inr-speciai cases oi long tiauuing. i
I Price Five Dollars per Box.
If you cannot purchase the Pills of your Drug
f ffiKt. th.v will ha sent tit ni.il. voet taid. secure
from observation, on receipt of the money, by Dr.
i J AMES BRYAN, Consulting Physician. 819 Broad-
Way. Aew I orb ' f or sale l AJriucisu generally.
EXCELSIOR? n EXCELSIOR!!
CHASTELLAR'S ; !
Hair Exterminator I !
-. - Kor Kemovifig SuperlluouaHair.
i. To thelsdiesespeciaJly.th-s invaiusbledepilstory
ecommends itself as being an almost indispensable
nrticie to retnaie teautv. is eanv annned. doe. not
Jiurn or injure the skiu, butaotsdireoilyon he roots,
t- i.- warranted to remove superfluous hail1 from low
xoieneaae. orrrom any parrot xne ooay, oompieteiy,
totally and radically extirpating the fime. leaving
tbe skin soft, smooth and natural. - This is the only
rticlo used by the French, and is the only real effectr
nal depilatory in existence. i'riceTocents per pack
age, sent post-paid, t any address, on reeeipt of an
order, by T,..,ft,D 'cnnT(.g . -- -rn,.?.!.' ' 'I
BERGER. SHUTTS CoV. -Chemists: ''
, . -.i-i.:. .'i 28S River St.. Xroj.Ji, Y.
' marfi5-dawlv
HOCKING COAL
11.1! U
J ).-.!
' Alt NOW BECEIVIKCi AHH PRE1.
pared to ielier to any rt of the eit,v. or oh
rs at Depot, the best quality elected Hockjng Coal
'"AT ' lowest; '3? iEtrcif.
. , . , ..,:(!..' I..-. . 'i . i ". '.i- i" ... - . i -i
It'Order left at my Store, BOGKEYE BLOCK
will have prompt attention,... ., .i-t.i J.ni
.!T -rnii it fii-h' - 1'1.' HAYDEtW."
QColnmbur. June 19.1867.! v:- ' i -nv inula.
; ...,.!,.:: ; .'i:-tii-r '. -, ,-.. v --; .?(
: 'AM.BHE, :
Late of Mason Co.
: itj -T. A. MATTHEWS., v
fey ' Of MayivUle. K,.
. Late of MWtrlinff, K j.
ehafiits.' .1 H.oteiU
; AILEB86,'' SELS05 & CO., ' Proprietors,
''. Tifa mesir Mai.,'7-
': .Vi: tit-.-ou: ; .V, . ,1- .. ...l,
l'
I,, fT'i:tut raouso. naving neon tnorrmfhty rapairwi
D ovswn u uwu luruinuvu, is.now open.
p
Paving Notice. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
—AND— DAYTON & WESTERN
i-?-!?rr!JUt!W amw3
RAILROADS.
On and after ATtji?bAY, SinffWW pnrru
TRA1JSS DAILY will leave Columbns
F0BrnKCUOTATqViLT isp, n
JjOUIS, DAYTUfl, JUCHM0SD, IB.
JPQU8 A CHICAGO.
Wlrtorftclange-of fcrsto DAYTON nn
rT . .- -r j
AYTON. t mnli
AlOND, and only on change of cars toLN-
DiA.iArubtc ana uuiUAUU,
Connecliewf fef litiM s toMows 1
FIRST TRAIN.
rCDaily, except Monday J t f
Leaves atf 'lf'A? M:.?1for"IC'lncinriaM.:-Cirell
sila, Lanpaster, tiillshoro and Chillicotbr; stops
at London, South' "CBarrestonf-'Xewlat Corwin
1 OrrA w; Lovelarid anfl Plain ville,- atriviaf at tHc
einnstj at S:1S A. M. "
(Daily except H undays.)
Leaves at SK A. M. for Ci'ncibheili Dayton
Richmond, Indianapolis Chicago, -and stops at
Wof t Jefferson, Iwndon. South Charleston, Ce
da'Ville, Xema, Spring Valley, Corwin. Morrow
South Lebanon, roster's, Leveland, Mil ford ar
riving at Cincinnati at lOtfo A. IU cannacting
with the Mail Bows. : , ... .
THIRD. TRAIN., ,A" ;
. jIDaily, except Sundays J . ".' ,N
Leaves at i:i5 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton
Kichmund, Ino iaoapolis, and tpri ngfield via Xo
nia, arriving at Cincinnati at 4-e P.M.
ni --- p .. FOTJBTBTTRAIN'.-
(Daily except Sundays". 4 ' 1 -' :
Leaves at fltlO P M.' for- Cincrtreart, Davtosr
-and Springfield via London, isuipping t Alton.
West Jefferson. London. South Charleston; Sel-7
rna.Cedarville, Xenta. Spring Valley, Corwir
Morrow, Loveland. and. arriving at Cineinnati
1015. P.M. r - T
Sleeplnsr Can ttre she all irigbt Tralna
!,!':":U''- V f' ." roof. o-it.
New' FreightuArrangementSr;
'The Chicago A Great Eastern, and Little Miami A
Culumbus A Xenia, and Dayton A Western Rail
roads have ae arranged tbeir TimeTables as to sake
direct connections with Freight trains at Richmond
in both directions, making tbe time from Columbus
to Chicago, 3a hours. ....... ,
J0H?T DTJRAND,
"' :- ep1 Ticket Ast.) -'' ! -rn-i
. Colnmbns. July 3. .. - .. ... ,;
EAST!
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. CENTRAL OHIO DIVSION
THrce Trains Ceaire Csltmlwi Ball '
1 ' ' asfollore:(!afidar LKoeptad.) is '
-IMS A. -M; MIGHT ISXPRE8S. arriving at
Zanesyille at 350 A. M,: Bell air at 70 A. M.;
Baltimore -at 4:30 A. M.; W asbimrton City at 5si
A-M- .-.itt..!..
li:iO A. M. iTGrrTHte-EXPRESS-yrrivini
at Zanesvill at 1i30P.M : Bel I aire at 6:00 P. M.T
KaltimoreatloOA. M.; WashingtonCity atllje
A" M. p....!i ... , .,-:l.t t 1. i I ...l
1:50 P.' W. EXPRESS MATT.J arives at Zanes i
vill at 4:45 P. M.; Bellaire at 9:00 P. M.; Baltimore
at 5KK) V. M.: Washincton City at 50 P. M.
i-Tbe 11:10 A. M. LIGHTSING KXPBES.S stops
on:y at .Newnrk. Zanesville, Carabridge and Barnes
ville. - Other trains will stop at all stations.
AFonr trains dailv leave Washington or Balti
more, for Philadelphia and flew York.,,,
This route nr w offers to passengers these great and
superior advantages." Fare to Washingtoc ' Citr"
the saL e; as to Baltimore Philadelphia paa ,
sengers bave the privilege of visiting W asningtoa
Citv and Baltimore, en rout.1 New-York vassenv era
I ave tbe privilege, ot visiting Washington City,
Baltimore and Philadelphia, en routew Boston Pas.
sengers bave the privilege of visiting Washiastosr;
City, Baltimore, Philadelphia and. New York, en
route, at precisely the same oost for tickets as via'
any other route. I -" ; y . - -r ...:
This is the only route that can give passengers the
advantage of a through tickets, w bageage cheeked
to Washington City. I ;..r vi.,, , . ,
;. tW Ask fur Ticket, wis Rellalr ,
JNO L. WILSON, MsFter of Transportation
L. M. COLE. General TicketAgent. rTi
JNO. W. BROWN, Uen'l Passenger Ail. .
mays-D, .. .. ,. .
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
—AND— Cincinnati Railroad.
3Ei.-ne Tr-k.xxim lCXG,U.-y9ini
: EXCEPT 8UffHAY-r:! 1
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the.
Little mam I 3c Colambsu 4c Xcmisa,'
Kallroada.
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Celnmrrar at 1U0
A . M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. GileaoV
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Weiling-?
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland aA,
6:15 A. M.. New York 7Mi.ll. This train leaves
Sunda night, but not Matorday.o ? -.1.1 ... 1
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbos
at 5:00 A.M. Will stop at all way stations: This
train starts f'eot tie Freight Yard..' ' f. . ,,.
NKV7 YORK EXPP.tSS-Leave. Colnmbns af
11:10 A. M. tt ill stop at Delaware.CsrKtington.GaW
loo, Crestline.. Shelbj. New Lonrlca. Wellingtons
Grafton and Brrea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3
P. M New Verk hurt darn tfc4 P.M...t
MAIL AND EXPRESS leaves Columbns at 9:iS
P. n'. Will stop at Worthifgron. Lewis Oenter.'
Delaware, and all . KtAtinui u, Kh.lkv.uiil Kbil..k
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 9-10 P. M.. New York 103 P.M.
r-KlGlr.l.D ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3-45 P. M. Will
stop at all station between Colambus and Spring-i
field, arriving at Delawaee at 4:60 P. M., Springfisld.
?:35 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 1:15 A.'
M . arrives at Delaware at , A. .M.; Colajrbafu'
110 A. M.,, j .. 'n. t.
Patent Sleepfat: Carsi are v-wra salt
, XtiBsK Train Chicug, -,, 3
.ii-.T Hew fork and, . n,: ,Vy
Itooton.
- W Baggnge.eheeketilhrongk to New York end
Boston, via Cleveland : ulsa. to Philadelnhim aiul
new a ors, via iresuine.
-i:..J.1 !
RETURNIXOjo o- ,i ii.a
N.uh HT.T..I... . n- m
' - Cincinnati Expreeaarrives at 'Colnmbns at taiM
s at oiumnus at I. on a. hi.
Mail Train arrives at CoTumbnk at 930f.'Hi
r-pring&eld AcdomaodalioEi rrrei atColnmbaal
at 105 A. M. . .
Fare an Lw aa t.y aay Otritir Reatee1
' Ask for Tickets Via Crestline e Cleveland.-1
, Superintendent, Cleveland, 0hio,
i JAMES P4TTERS0.V.'
? n AgenW Coiumk. s.Ohiovo
. .oinmnns, pru zu, aaej.,
: i i it -iu in .
COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS
CENTRAL RAILWAY!
Tr0 SANDWSK.Tr,
X? TROIT, Richmond. Indianapolis. Lafayette
Springfield, ill,. Terre Haute, Jtvaasville. Louis
ville, Cairo, St.Louis, Chicago, and all points West
and South. , , . ' " ' "
Na phange of eaaa bwen Columbus and' Indi
annpolis. - '.- - - - : f - j .. . .
FOUR. TRAINS leave Qolnmbn V daily. Al
lows (Sunoays excepted):
'-ACCom moita'riOrl -Leaves Columbus T:OB
A. M.: arrives at Millorn 9:15 A . hi.: Urbana 10-JS
A. V.: Piqua 2KN) P. At. ' This train Connects st Mil
ford for Springfield and et.47rbMS,foj.tteUeiei
taine.ClideandSandusky, ... ,
li:50 A. M. DAY EXFBESS-irrir, at
Croons IS, V. H.j Piqua 3.O0 p. M.: Lima 9:U V.
M.; Chicago (via Lima) 5:30 A. M.; Richmond 4:46
V. M.; Chicaso (via Richmond) 8:40 A.' M.; Indian
apolis TdO P. M.; Louisville 12:45 A. M-; 1 erre riaate
luO P, M.: Mattoon 1:30 A. M-; Psna 322 A. .V -St.
Louis 8:30 A. M.: Lafavette 10:50 P. M.: t:hi-
cegorvin Layfette) 6:30 A: M.: Sp.iojrfield (: A.
M.; Quincy 120 P. M i Keokuk 3:00 P. M Tbia
train arrives at St. Lonis TWO hours in ad vanes wr
anr other roale from Colutnbua. , v h-r i .l'r
6:43 P, Iff; WFSTBBH EXPRESS Ar
rives at Urbana 85 P. M.; Bellefontaine 1037 P. M
SanHuskv J:25A. M.: PioaS:40 P. Lima te
A. M.; Chicago viaLfaia):llK0 Av-M,; TiUerloBkie
A. M.j Dotroit 10:10 A. M : Richmond 11.55 P.M.;
lnaini joolW 3:00 A.' U.: Pa-venaera. bv-tbiMfmin
arrive at CHICAGO 4h following morning. SE V EX
AND A HALF HOURS in advance of any other
route from Colambus. ) ,.. , ;k... ja
I'i.'ii A. J1.MSRT EXPRESS Arrives
at Urbana 3:12 A. M : Pioha 3:15 A. M - Rifhn.nn.t
SS A. M.t Chicago (via Riohmoed) 11:40 p. M.: In-
diaoitpolis 8:15, A, M.;, Louisville P. M.. Terra
Htttell:t A. M.; Kvansville 10:40 P. M Jtattoon
1.-38 P. Mi; Paon4P.MStleni8-JP.ls.i La
fajette 11:35 A. M.; Chicago (ria Laylarette) 11.15
Pi M.; Springfield 8:10 K..Jt.tQnlaer IM A. fi.".
n.ni.Kin ako A.-jn. , xnia: t rain 1 arrives at til.
Louis four hours in a,ivni of an. niS,i;
route from Celutnbus. " 1 - i, : In n, ,- 1 ,,, , T
r New State Room. Sleenina- Cars run in .nisht
trains. ' ' ' 1 " - -
: All obangeB msde int Union Depots, j Baggagn
Checked through to ail principsl points.
" A ?k for Tickets via RICHMOND ANU INlllATjl
APOLIS.. t, t mil. !-. n:,",:.. -,i.
1 -.:X?-lWTEl.Tf, AfenU, Cojumbu.
F. CBANPI,EB,Gen,TicketAjrt..( t.jj. ' "
"J: M. Ltr.Superintendenti i "diwaoliA,,,
i jyU'iii; ;ri 1 . n-.iii!U i .i 1 1 .,:,-. j
"
' : : : . ... :
DR. -TUCKER'S EXTRA - VISIT.
feii: la !: V r.ti
rvR. Xlf'IV;! WWULII sjaY TO II I
xJ old patrons and the public, that Ke mar la
eonsnUc at rbe-GOODALaoSftiJI,
daily till the first of April. .... .
" DK Tucker has nowyigit OwnibsVrmJaT
Ibr.over nweyeare. wuiou u Bomoaentevidancethai
he is reliable and.Successfut. he great fncreaseof
h a nraotice requires this extra visit in, m.
date bis au'perou patients, Jtig net aeejossary to
enhmeratethe " " - . f
"VENI'IRB tIST OT OHB0SIO IREASE3,
bntwlll mrelisay mjbooHilif. is rnv

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