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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Bhowi-ig the arrival and departure of train at Oo tmbos, Ohio. On and after Monday, April .18s7. Mnaviu run a louows i - - .,--., Ctmlul, ColamVbna ClnUl BU R. ' um. - abb-vb. J': V.Vht Express 1:10A.M. IrOiAiM. m Hol Accommodation....-:00 A. M. 7:4 P. M . ' VrW G,nm .11-10 A.M. ,11:00 noon, . Itmn and Mail 8:15 P. M. 3 P. 11. EpriugBeld Tim Delaware.-.. ".AS P. M. 10:6" A.J1. ' '' Tki. h-!n ! Rnnriav'nirht not Satnrdav. !vfi ' -JAMES PATTERSON ArenU ' . . Little BS anal AOolaatuAXMlaBA ?' inrinn-.ti. Dayton. Riehrn'oV. - . . j '," Indianapolis, Ghioago.Oir ...' "V- aleville. Lancaster, Hills- ' - ; '! ' f'1, -boro and ;hilliooth.... a. nx, M0e. m. ,' !" VineionetLDayton. Riohm'a .. - i i. . '" Chioago.indianepoiis.Hills- y - . ' '-? ' boroCbilioothe and Mari " ' " o:'.i tta .. ....50 a. m. 11:00 a. zn. ",e " Ofnoinnati, Dayton, Soring- . ... . . . " Held. Tia Xenia. Biohm'd ' ' and fori ianapr.lis 12:15 p. m. 125 p. m. ' - Cincinnati and Springfield- Tia London .80 p. ro. 40p.m. i '.'-.-- T. LODGE. Agent. - Baltimore Onle Rallreaa, Central Ohl Dlwiatea. . ,r- - TBtrvs vast. to.TNirbt Express leaves Columbus at 15 A. M. , .. T :u.-: i.- u. ii.iA a u : ' go. 1 Lightninc RxprMs 1:60P.'m. TRAlKfl WERT. . Jo. t NishtExpressarrivesat Columbus 1:10A.M. o. Mail " . " HAS A.M. Mo. 10 Lightning EzpraM - - J:06P. M. w.j. IM.LU. Agent, . Vilaakoi ui Indianapolis 'H:lS " , , , . -, Railway. - - Ceatral ITirht Exprana. 1S:SSA.M. MA. M' . Pimbon Kxprsu 5-45 P.M. 100 A. M. DayExpreM 110 A. M 1:90 P. M. Aooommodalion.k 7:00 A. M. 40P. M. . - O. A. HlLL.Atont. Sai4nakr Haul 114 Newmrk. H.lt. ,11 Traina laare Newark and arriTa u follow : LIATB. HKIT1. Kail and Krpr.... VtzM A. M. 10 P. M. ,t.l aat Freight and Paaaanter. P. M. :15 P. U. ' , A.W.lSKHlB.Aeat. Plttaburfbf Cjolanabaa tc Clmclanatl. - . . . , j v ; Li i.Ti. : f " ARnr. Uluht Expresn 4:10 A. M. ISM Midnight i Liifhtninn New, York v. --i : Krpresa .V...11S0 A. M. B0 P.JI; - Mail and Express".... 0 V M. 11:0 A. M. . - Looal Aoeomodation 6 .-00 A. M. 7.80 P. M, To Duiion only starts from Freight yard, ,'-". J. B. Pktkrs, AgeDt. and Arrival of Mails Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE COLUMBUS POST OFFICE. CLOSS8. A. M. P, H. IS JO 730 C .... 1S:30 .... Eastern Thronch Malls, a. m. r. v, ' f1. fll A I: u u liao lose Eastern Way Mails, C. C. A (3. R. R orthwest, viaFt.W. A d - v. J. iu.k. n . .' ehioanKTia O.P.AL. G 116 ft. B : ,' IatfteMiamiR.R.throogh J1,1! . Little Miami R. K, Way.. 1105 .... : 1:15 :30 730 11:30 7:30 7.ao 7:S0 T:S0 C. O. R. Neark, ZaneiTllle A Wheeling.. v C. O. R... Way . CP.!., thronirh A way. .'. Uiroleville, Chillieothe & Portsmouth...... . Lancaster, Ohio East ay, National Road. Ms. Vernon Way. Wester- 'h Tillc. to.. i:i North Columbus andClin- tonville V ashincton C.H., via Sar- lOsSO 10:S0 T.-00 - 100 120 13:30 1930 9:00 BOO Tisbnrg, (trt-weeklky ; Arrive Mondays. Wed- . nesdays, A Fridays, and leaTes Tuesdays. Thurs-, dars and Saturdays.... .. t.-oo 7j30 r Centre V iUaze. tri-week- ly.) Tuesdays. Thursdays .... ISx. .... UflO and Saturdays.. ..1 , i .. , Ufviob riorKB. Offlee opens atTX o'clock A. M. and closes at 7 P. M. Sundays, opens at8A.M., and eloses at A. M. ' ' JULIUS J. WOOD, Postmaster. MOTHER'S WORK. "Toiling at noon like a basy bee,' i Teaohing the little ones A. B. tf; Hearing the older ones read and spell ' ' Smiling and praising wheo all goes well; Washincanii brushing'twixc work and play Such is the mother's work day by dayl - Rowing good seed in" their path along, - ; i Sowing by action, by word and song; . i Never once pausing to eount the cost, . i Knowing that much that is sown is lost; : j " Bearing a prayer in her heart aiway. .Su h is a mether! life day by day. . "Robing eaoh form for its nisihtly rest, '' Hearing the faults of the day eonfewed; , ; 'i'hus at her knee, as her fioer-buds nod, -. . Hesling and giving the day to God. j ' Now may good angels ber watoh esaay Angela hare watched o'er her work all day." ( !- t MOTHER'S WORK-Another View. iBy a crusty old baohelor who Urea in a family ' where they "take no other boarders."! ; Toiling all day lik-a,galley-el,- ;.-- -.'i- ; TeaoOing the little brats to behaver ' " ' Hearing the older ones quarrel and fight. . Slaooina and cnffinff with all their miaht: . . Wafhim and brushinc and blowing their " ' Such is the mother' work till the day glosea. Sewing up rents in their best panto torn,' Paonin oa new eloth over th worn: Never onoe pausing to count the stiohea, '. . Darning alike the bors and the breeohes; :. 1 binWul in heart whea they're out of the way ' Kuoh is a mother's life day by day. i.; Sending each nig'it-gowned urchin to bed. lonziog to bear the last word said; Wishing them happy in Heaven above, 1 With all the warmta of a mother's love; Now may good angels he thankful el way," ' "' That toey never work like mothers all day. AN OLD HANGING CASE. Death of the Oldest Person in New Hampshire-Singular Incident. s- .- .. inner A.lfe. - Mrs. Betsey P.Eastman died in Salisbury, New Hampshire, a few days Since, in her one hundred and fifth year. She was sap posed to.be. the oldest person in the State. .An incident connected with her life is worthy of mention. Soon after the execu tion ot Mxa. Surratt in Washington, a per son.' accidentally- mentioned that fact in Mrs. Eastman's presence, when she imme diately ' exclaimed . with solemn em- gbasiaV was the means of s woman eing hung once'." She referred to the exe cution ?oi Ruth Blay, which occurred at Portsmouth, New - Hampshire, - December 30. 1768. : "' It appears .that this - woman was the school, teacher of Mrs. Eastman when the latter was about six years ot age. One day, through illness, Ruth Blay was ab sent, and the children were all at play. Mrs. Eastman said Bhe found a loose board in the school room floor, and got under neath the building, where she discovered a bundle wrapped in a white cloth, in woicn there was a dead - infant. ' The corpse proved to.be the child of her teacher, who was Arrested, for murder, convicted and hung. A reprieve came for her on the day of ber execution, but the sherin wanted a warm dinner, and swung her off a few mo ments before the appointed time. Circum stances afterward seemed to prove that Bath Blay's child was still-born and that she was not a muraeregg. ; , A Deplorable Tragedy at London. - The London (Canada) correspondence ol the Toronto Globe, writing September 24th, aavs : A deplorable case of attempted mur der and suicide occurred to-day at a tavern on Westminster street. Knows as the xvr Green, a short distance from Westminster bridge, it appears tnat tne deceased, Mr. Thomas Francis, has for soma time been separated from bis wife. A mutual agree ment having been arrived at in November last, by which she -retained 'possession of the tavern property, ne went to board in the city. Since that time he has, on three or lour occasions, visited the bouse, and "proposed to his wife to settle the difficulties that existed between them. She would have nothing to do with him, and forbade him coming ' near . tne place, mis morning, bout eleven o'clock, be was observed near- ing the house, and Mrs. Francis, seeing he was about to pay ber another visit, went into the front room, taking the , servant irrrJ.' Ann Pickering, with her. A fe minutes Afterward. .Mr. Francis came in. and commenced a conversation with Mrs. Fraoets relative to returning to live with her. She told him she did not wish to be troubled, and desired him not to repeat his visits, as they were painful to her. He got in a rage, shook his cane at her. and the girl, ana swore at toem. - . . Mrs. Francis observed' at this time that he had a pistol in tire pocket of his pants. Francis then went out into tne Pack bard, but ahortlr returned. He stood in the doorway with, his left hand -behind his btck and grasping the pistol, which after wards ' proved to be revolver. Mrs. Francis was seated at a table some, three yards distant." As soon as she saw the pistol she. . stood . uPr with -the inten tion of. '. taking the weapon from bim. when he raised bis arm, pointed the pistol at her, and fired. She made her wav out, and ran. across the road to a neigh bor's house. ' He next turned his attention to -the servant ' girt and his son, Henry Francis, a young lad,, standing, near. Be .pointed the pistol at them, but they es caped lrem the house. ' Mrs. Francis- then ' sent the girl alter the police, and shortly after she heard another shot fired in the house. Suspecting what had happened, she crossed over to the house, and was told by a man who bad entered the house before her, that he bad Bbot himself, and wasdead. He was found on a lounge in the front ' room, near a window. ;,-. t ... 'T.'.icrNfJ A DiaunAa ilUnarjinvl low quarreled with his sweetheart od the day they were to be married. After the ceremony had begun, be was asked: - -,.. "Do you take this woman to be your wedded wife," tc. - He replied, "No I" : "What Is the reason ?" asked the minis ter. . .. , -; .. ; ; . "I've taken a dislike to her, and that's enongb," was the surly reply. .. The parties retired the bride in tears ana, alter mucn persuasion, the groom was .induced to have the marriage proceed. It was now the. lady's turn, and when the ; minister asked the all-important question 'No !' said she, resolutely, "I've taken a aisuke to him." , The groom, admiring her spunk, made Dp toe matter witn her as soon . as possioie, . and a shird time they presented themselves betore the minister, who began the cere mony by asking the usual questions, which ..were satisfactorily answered this time. But co tufe.astonlsnmentol the party we mints ter continued: . ,. ."Well, I'm glad to hear that you are willing to take each other lor husband and wife, for it's a good thing to be of forgiv ing tempers. You can go now and get married where you will l win not tie -the knot, for I have taken a dislike to both ot you." v : . 1 8 6 7. FULL AND WINTER TRADE. "' V DIRECT IMPORTATION. v.;- f- - , .iiyi i i-. f !i ". "- . TO VHOLESILE BUYERS. HARRIS & SIGLER, ,Ui--'U---r- " . ; , fi. -107 eto 'lOQ, ; TOWN STREET, Would call the attention of the. Trade to their full, lines of ENGLISH & FRENCH fancy Goods ' Hosiery -i- , Gloves, Cress Button! ; , tatxtd Trimming;, : THE SCIOTO TAIXET ,".-., AND ' i. SHOE THREADS, - " . " f "- -; ; ! : -All of their own Importation, '- ALSO ; " . Domestic Wvolena, - Clths, Caaai , meres, Jrani and Xwtedi, Bal , ' moral Skirts, Vrtnan , , , . . town Knit- Goods, - i Men's, Women's and Children's ..-.... ! ' :i .- ... ' ' ' - " : 1 . -i -.i And a full line of YANKEE NOTIONS. nr An examination of Stock and Prices solic ited. ; ; : septWlm. . 3 REPORT 0 F AN EXAMINATION ' OF THE- : '. " ." r COUNTY TREASURY, ''I September 26, 1867. Columbus. 6., October S, 1S67, To Bo. John It. Pvgh. ' ' . ' ' Probata Jvdgt IranJUi Coun'y. O.i ' Bm Agrerabiy to the authority vested in me brrour appointment as Special kuminer of tne County Treasury, said appointment bearing date (September 26. 1867, I proceeded immed ately, and without having given previous knowledge, notice or intimation to the Treasurer bf Frai krin county, to eount the money in ttae T.casuryof said county, and to make a thorough and complete i Hpeolion and examination of the books, papers, records and TOUTr ers taereof, lor the purpose of reporting to you whether tbe duties ana business of ttae office of Treasurer ail been p. rformed in good- faith, and wi h full ability and opacity, or tnerwise. . - I nand you the following aa the result oi a careful and rigid examination: ' - I find, by reference to the books of the County Auditor, that at the last annual settlement of the Treason r with the County Commissioners, Sep tember 6th, 1887, taere remained in the Tretsury, at the rlo?e of ,buiness hours on that dar, tbe sum of S45,g30 SS. This annuil settlement (prescribed by law,) with the County Commiesioneis, Iaui sat isfied , waa searching and complete, and from this datsvmy exnminationcommenced. Amount in Treasury Sept. 6th, 1667. .$15,630 65 I Receipts from Sept. 6th to Sept. - 28tn inclusive : I'eddler's License ., 3 00 i5,633 65 SxrENBITURSS From Sept. 6th to Sept. 26th, i 1867, inclusive, as shown by ' . . the books of the County Au ditor: Bounty Fund-....- tS.OTO VT Foor i 1.0213 Bridge , " : 1,027 S School ..:.......y4& 67 Military " TV. 5 00 Veteran Boumy . 103 50 General Expense........ 509-40 Toansbip Fund...... 54 32 Corporation Fund 110 60 Holdier s Claim 100 SO Volunteer Belief.. ........wu.. . 49 00 I firoiary Builiir g 833 36 Teacher s Institute .......... j.. 73 10 Roads ,., 300 00 - ail.301 W Deduct erdr Issued for Grove - City Corporation Fund, but . -not nrasented to the Treasurer - - - forpajmeDt...... $11 1 til 08 Cnrrencjin Treasury..'.'.'.... ...... .....$34,343 57 Tbe aeaoanta of the office are neatly and aeon. ratal y kept, and agree fully with those of the Coun ty Auditor; the papers are orderly and appropri ately filed, the records complete, and tbe vouchers are properly stamped and cancelled, each uron the day of tbe receipt. The office is managed with more than ordinary skill, and 1 have no hesitation in de claring my belief that the duties thereof aredis eharaed in nerfeot good faith, both with reference ! to the laws pre.eribing the duties of County Treaa- ! vers and tne interests ot tne people ot tbe uounty, .. Beapeotfully, ; bets ' . DAVID W. BROOKS. j THE GEEAT ENGLISH EE MED Y raOTBCTIO BT aOTal. LBTTCBS r ATXNT. "' . . SIR JA1DE CLARKE'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS freptred rromavrear1pHofBtrJ. CHarbe,MJ, i . PHyalotan. JBctraordinarj to tho 0Ma. I This invaluable medicine U unfailing in the curt I 'all those painful and dangerous diseases to which I he female censtitution is subject. It moderates all exoesses and removes an obstructions, iromwaatav er cause speedy sure may be relied on. . TO irtAKRIED LADIES ! particularly suited.- It will, in a short time , , , the monthly period with regularity. " .' CAUTION. . I Iktue PiUt thovUl not Be tain bv Ftnalf &rUo the FIRST THE KB MONTHS of Prtonamw. M IK'y art our to bring on MUearriagt.lmt ui amy f(MrMtMMeyaare. In all eases of Karvoua and Spinal Affection I'ains in tbe Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight ex- trtioni Falpitation of the Hear t, Hysterics, and S bites, these Fills will effect a ours when all other means have failed; and although a powerful remedy so ndt contain iron, calomel, antimony, oranything . kurtfultothe Constitution. T Full directions in the pamphlet around each packj age. wnicn suouid be earetuuy preserved. " Sols bt all Dbuggisih. Fbics, Ohm Dollab , SPECIAL NOTJCST 111 tk fat of ovorp oalmabl MtMotno to 6 SJOUNTERHBITED. Mo eavttout, utortjoro. omo ot thattKUUer-'T. t Jt."arbtoumintkbottU, tmd. that ackiorappr boawo tko rao SIHILI8 of tho tignatw of J..C. BALDWIN A CO., ul JOS - iiObSS.-- WUXotvAicA,nen ar eeu4n. 1 1 .'. B. $1.0o", with Eighteen cents for postage -inclosed to any autherited Arent or to the Hole -General Agent for the .United States and British "Doinmions. . ; : n.- - - ' j JOB MOSES, C7 Cortlandt street. New fork"' will insure a bottle, containing Fifty Fills, byr turn mail, securely sealed ftoa all oheerratpen. : ep-dAweowly-oot8 - -UUiillMUSa CAUD3T r. AitssiijJL ab HoiroBssoM; " iri g. batdsm. HAYDEN, HUTCKESON & CO.. NO. 13 SOUTH HICH STREET. , ; ... I .' m-s.-. Columbus, Ohio, A BE PREPARED TO DO A GENERa XX At, Banking business, receive deposits, pay able on demand, loan Money, buy and sell Exohang and make Collection, "i . ) .-- f.M . , Buy at liberal rates Gold and Silver, Gold Cou pons and' Compound Interest Notes. - 1 ' ' Buy and sell all kinds, of Government Securities and Ohio State Bonds. ' ' ' - ."Convert 7,3-10 Motes into S-SO Bonds, and fill or ders for the purchase, sale or' exchange of any kind of Securities on the most favorable terms. . j janS-tf-junM ', SALOON' AND RESTAURANT ' ' AUCUST - HENNEBOV i ii .ni A. N 13 w,,t Braaa Street .(South side), . ,i Importer of Fine Liquors & Cigars, , k . WHOLESALEANDUETAIL. I ' 1une26-dtf-r ' , ... WHISKY, BRANDY, WINE, - ', '"'""' AND j Liquors of aU Kinds. TEW TEAR OLD AsOTJRROKI WIIIN- ky. Thirty barrel, pure 10 years old Bourbon Whisky.,, .Aisob twenty-five barrels purs 8 to 11 years o Monongahela Whisky, of the best brands. Will be sold by the demijohn keg or barrel; also, all kinds of Wines and other Liquors, by - - ' deexST ! " ' ' - M4 South High street. L.'O. BAILgT. - J. O TIOKrsOX. B. g. 8HITB BAILEY. THOMPSON & CO. Hga .bankers; : No. f SrHigh St.;' Columbos. 0 a.- GENERALBANKING AND COLLECTION BUSINESS '"" DIAL IN , , , . Fareigaand DsmesticExehange,6 . vi , erumeafr ueaai, t.sin .ana .. ' tncurrent money. .. BJlT OOLZ ECTI0N8 PROMPTLY ATTSABAB to and remitted for on the day of paymeh ' mayso-uom-junexd . . ... .... r . .' WB8T-0'HAKBA.:. O. W. CAMPBKLL. H. BARB KB O'flARRA; .CAMPBELL '& BARBEE, CSnccessara t J. tc C. Settler,) . t 4 ' HOLE8 Foreign and . Domestic Groceries, ,0 , 5i!lll).iy.'il" fi t i: i'l'lt PRODUCE, WATEB LIME, axaw; jkH'r iii quo ziis. '' PLASTER &c, &c. v'i : COR. . FOURTH & FRIEND STS. ' J ' COLUMBUS, omo PROFESSIONAL. . H. MANN,, ATTORNEY ATC XAW, No. 117 South High St., j no'vSB-dlyir;.; j lip STAIRS- .-iU .1 i' SWli ANDREWS, ! A 1 1 1) r n e r a t L a w. OFFICE In tbe Buckeye Block, ; CORNER 07. HIGH AND BB.0AD STKEETS Batraoeon High etreoiv ' '- : maySl-dlr V SAUL S. HENKLE, - ! :.;,.'..'.., ;,.(.V,;'f. u..conxMBva x WILL, PRACTICE l!f THE SVPREHIE and Inferior Courts, and will eollBot elaiaia against the State and Federal Government. - OFFICE Jio. 87 ast State street, opposite the State flooaei.. i ; novlT-dly I ...' iif. Hi'. " ' ; I 1 . : I , , , GEQ: "ANDREWS, r A.ttorney .imd Connsellor . at Law: WAPAKONETA, i " I ; Angiaiaero.,o." Praetiees in ths Cour of Wastunt Ohio..: ' vieliat ' - ... . -,..! .', . OLD ETES MADE! NEW easily, . with- .til I. A t tr ii m cines. Sent postpaid, on receipt of 10 eta Addresx . Dr, E.B.FOOTE. 110 t.in.U.n Av.niiA Anr nf U.ma 3thst., N. Y. COMFORT AND CURB FOR i THE h UFT0RED. Sent postpaid on receipt of 10 ots. Add re s Dr. K. B. FOoTE, (au thor of Medical Rom moo Sene. Book 4UO pages, $1.50. sent by tiaiD.MollO Lex ington Av., cor. pf tast XBth St., . r . V Sent in sealed en velope on receipt of Hlcents. Address Dr. FOOTa, No. 110 Lexington Avenue, eorner of East 28th street, .., 7a i..-l; :l .: sep24-dSm TEAS.!i:TEAS:! . ' 1 ' : ' ' rHE ATTENTION ; OF !' DEALERS UotelKeepers and Families desirous of obtain -ng choice Teas at roasonable rates, is respectfully ireoted to.our, . r:.,ri,(. r, ,.. ., . i V . ij. - COJtPLBTK ASSORTMENT OF ; ; 1 ' mi. BlACa .AND 'natural leaf teas. WTifoh we offer id original packages, or in' quanti ties to suit purchasers. We feel justified in saying that we never fail: to- meet all reasonable expecta tiooa, and while orders are constantly coming in f i MJoBt;.'iPjchy.ifsur70u. 'tent oa befprei" oompl&lnts rarely oecfur. Frsoniwhot afla matt . of taUtev or from hraienio coni derations, use Bla ' Xaa oXtM find it di4ioU to set a good article ' . B L AO K T E A S cannot be excelled, and have established a reputa tion for us wherever w have sold them. , , : OUR NATURAL LEAFS . are of the purest 'nd sweetest ' chops, ana being cured in the sua are free from the deleterious ef fect produoed by eontaot with sopoer. A full line of staple and fancj Grooaries always on hand at lowest market prioes. BROOKS, MERIOH & CO. . No. S73 8outh IXIsix Mt. ' ang3 .' tCorner Friend.; LECTURES. .'! Il ANEW COURSE OP LECTURES IS being delivered at the : NEW JORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, ' embracing the suhjeots "' ' ' ... . " How to live and what to live for , Tenth, Matu rity and old age; Manhood generally reviewed; Tbe causes of indigestion, flatulence and Nervous diseases aeoountod for j Marriage philosophically eonsidered, Ac". . - . . i' t . ' Pocket, volumes Aootaining those le cures will bf forwarded to parties unable to attend on receipt o four stamps b addressing : ''SECRETARY. V'ORK MC8KUM OF ANATOMY AMD SCHNOK, 018 BBoasiTATk lW,.-T0HKfff . .j...; , ,... ! 10 i PUKIPS-STEAIaIaIOWERAND UX asrTTM3ESn'".j' ;!.'. i '! i , ., ,-. i vii.l o TP ALL SIZES, rOR. III5EV SACAR- I : ..- I! . TV..:n i i.- . c , I iic, Hivncij. iinuiiwin s Bennies VI ii descriptions, and tor fublic or Private Water Works. Ac. Ac. The KTKAM RAM fnr fpadinff : :: '." 'J:'-ru'-i ";--!:i'l wa hlMIWII. .11 TW r I if to Boilers, and STESM SU-HON-for raising water. A Iso, Blowing Bngwtt, Mr I'unp,, aBd all kinds of EydravHc and Pneumatic Machinery Send for circulars ta Philadelphia -Hydraulic W urks. Mo. HI South Third Utceet, fhiladelpbia, Pa -Scp7Tlla., l, .,rt If- ir, .fj-.-t) '- ; iOf.l 'i U l.'i.V "utW 1r- .: -(!'' .'.:.i i J 1 HOTELS. . 1. QARSNIB J. H- DBXKAX c AMERICAN . .HOUSE. GARDNER tc DESMAN, Proprletore. NEWARK, OHIO. mohSI-dtf. 5 PHILLIPS HOUSE, SOUTHWEST CORBIAIN AND THIRD STREETS, . DAYTON. OHIO. , (. j L. REIB0LD, Proprietor. . - C.G. McMillen, Chief Clerk." 1-ootMdtf-r ; ST. NICHOLAS, FOBHIRLT BUCKIN0HAB1 BOTSB, , East Side of the Public Square, NEWARK. OHIO. J: , JOHN KOOS, ootl6-dtf, ... Proprietor. B. B. ORITTBMDEN. 0. . 8BROBANT. CLARENDON HOTEL, ' CICilTOATI, OHIO. . : S. E. CEITTEMDElt' A CO., Propria. HAVING L,E.4SfcD THE PROPERTY kno n as the Walnut Street House, and coin ' pie ed our improvements upon tbe same, it is now thoroucbly re furnished, painted, carpeted and in - most exol!ent condition, and will from this date be the CLARENDON HOTEL. We shall be most happy to see our friends and tbe traveling public, and guarantee the accommodations of tbe -Claren-' don to be equal to any Hotel in tLe city. - - -'- Telegraph Oifioe in tbe Hotel Maren is, 1E6T. 8. E. CRITTENDEN t CO. aprSO-dtf-mohSS 1. 8XBBBBT. J. V,. LILLBT SIEBERT & LILLET, . , BOOK BINDERS, BLANK BOOK MAM F ACTLRERS, - -. ... .... , ,' - . .. AMD - ; SUBSCRIPTION BOOK PUBLISHERS,' 80TTTH HIGH BT OPERA HOUSE BUILD INQ, janlS-eodly . ' C0LVMBV8 OBIO ROBINS ON Sl CO., '"'" ' '"' !" DEALERS IN . -'i';: Coal, Coke, Drain Tile, Stone Sewer Pipe, FIKE BRICK, FIRE CLAY ASD FIRE SAND. Orders promptly filled. sept23-deodl m-r R0BTXS0N A CO., ' SSI North HighSt.- s ,'.. .''..lVtD'TTXIS'O'S .. . ' PATENT WHEEL PLOW IS BOUIrD TO HAVE AS LARGE A rale as any farming implement now before the American people. Has been tested for months and not found wanting. Any Plow can te attaohed to this Machine. S. nd for circular with testi'i onial 'of ex-Governor John A. King and other celebri ties. Countv or State Rights sold in any part of the United States. Tbe new PAPENT BAQ HOLDER is emphati cally the farmer's and grain deiler's friend, lltes tbe work of two boys in holding a bag opon. and with it a farmer cm ba up grain, pota oes, apo es. 0.. as fast as two men the ordinary way. Having large sales m t- e West where firtitintroduced. - Re tail price S5. Sent to any any address. Count or Slate R ghts in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Ne -v York State for sale on the Bag Holder and good cupplied. Send for illust ated oircular. Thee is a good pay ing business to be done in either. Territory sold at low prioes. , . x i . suglft-d3m A'j-iAiAiud. m. , v va-a ii a.' v n aa -e . f 45 Dey street. New York. " COLU M BUS XjLiI p t i o , 19..... I. ..-..I. NO. 4, OPERA BOUSE. WILCOX &, GIBBS, : Jpf 4. OPEB SL HOUSE. . .. i .' . ' ' '; ':' .. ': -WEED'," NO. 16 EAST BROAD STREET. L-2E2 T 1ST; -A. , NO. 4, opera nousE. W. PIMMEL, ,'" -: GEKEUAL AGENT FOR OHIO, i declO BAND FOR S ALE. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS FOWTT eight acres ol la d for sale, situate on'tbe Na tional road and the Livingston road. The land is adapte.1 for Gardening purposes, and will be sold entire as a whole, or in smaller ots. Also, 101 acres of land on the National road, three miles eaat of Columbus, witn good buildings, or chard, and is in good order.. , , Also, OS acres on tbe National road, five miles east of Columbus, with a good bouse, orchard, 4c. Also, 63 acres adjoining the above, with a good house, barn." Ac, or 144 acres on the same road. . The land is in tbe best condition, and will be sold at a bargain and on easy terms. " for particulars, inquire of - " - i THOMAJ? MILLER. T miles east of Columbus on the National roadi oro , UEO. EARHART. novlS-dtf Columbus, Ohio. Notice ' to Bridge Contractors. Auditor's Office. Pickawat CorNTT,( ClKOLAVlLLB, O., Sept. 9, 1667. ( i SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE. . i Ceived at this office until 9 o'clock P. M .. on Monaay, the ?tlt day- of October, 186T, for tbe construction of a Bridge across the cioto river at or. near Lindsay's I'erry. two miies north of Circleville Plans and specifications will be on fi'e in said office on and alter the 9th day of Saitember. Separate bids will be received for the Maosonr and Superstructure. Masonry by the perota of 35 feet; Superstructure per linea' foot Approved bonds will be required for the perform ance of said work. '. i - The right to rejeot any or all bids if to the interest of the county to do so is reserved. ProposaU should be eudor-ed on the envelope, "Proposals for Sainto River Bridge.? and directed to the County Auditor. ' WILLIAM BOWMAN, i sept9-d2w . '..' .' County Auditor. THE CHRISTIAN WITNESS. : Eev. J. F. GIVEN, Editor and Proprietor. ' i Published weekly on Friday, at . COL.U BUts, OHIO. Offlee No. 26 Nortb High Street. . . ALSO - - BOOR AND JOB PRINTING; THE WITNESS Aim TO BE A GOOD religious journal, free from the political rancor -i of the times and opposed to the mingling of politics ! and religion. ; It is an independent enterprise, but is oonduct ! ed in the interest of tbe movement which looks to ' the establishment of Churches on a basis of free and eimplecbristianity, discarding all creeds but the I Bible, and all tests of Christian fellowship but that . of a Christian life. It seeks to be entertaining and instructive to old and young, having a page devoted exclusively to the family giving current intelli gence, religious and secular, and reporting the mar kets, East and West. -I We bope all who are in favor of a Christianity free from politics, sectarianism and fanaticism will extend t cus u.eir patronage, ju- GIVEN' AVING PURCHASED THE INTER. ULL est of P. At. Gutohes in the Carriage Making Bhp-rrr'. stW.'.f ." ' - Comer of Tair AXinn Alleys, . Between Broad and Gay and High and Frontstreets am now prepared to make t BUGGIES. CAREIAGES, ' Spring Wagons and Road Wagons. On the best possible terms ss oheap as can bo done in the city. - - t :1' , J r OR. XI jE A. I H I XO-Gr- of all hinds done on short notice. . " ' ": ' . ' iuly-Utf THUMA3 ANDKRSON. .-. CARRUGE MAKLG SUOP TT ' t i ftr . -T.-i J Iv-T) " H.i'j j , .. ' '. i - ", ' ; : i. . :' An Old Song, Set to a New Tune. W1867.-W . " - ' "' ' '!! At ipring approach! Ant and BoachtM, from their hole- come out. " And Mice ami Bat Jn tpite of oatet .- . " Gaily ikip about. i .Ii: ,:"18 years established in N. T. City." "Only infallible remediea known.' - . "Free from Poisons." '" "Not dangerous to the Human Family." "Bats oome out of their holes to die. ' Csslar'sn Rat, Reach, Ac, Externa' . Is a paste -used for Bate, Mice, Roaches, Black ami Red Ante, Ao., Ac Coetar'a" Bed-Bus; Exterminator It a liquid or wash used to destroy, and -also as a preventive for d-ug. ho. , 'Coatar'avElectrlc Powder for Insects Is f or Moth. Moequttoe. Flea. Bed-Bug, t , Jneecte on- Plant, fowl. Animal, Ao.. J i'l - ' ' '" r- Ae" I 1 1 Bbwabb 1 1 1 of all worthless imitations. 49- See that "Cost ab's" name xa on each Box, Bottle, and Flask, before yon buy. ; tW, Address, . ' HESRT R.COSTAB, i I-...-. ii.i-' ,; . 484 Brodway, N. Y. :. Sold by S. E. Pamuel, Marple A Ritsoh, R. Jones A Son, G. Roberts A Co.. Wholesale and Retail Agents, and by H H White, J. it. Cook, and all Druggists in Columbus. Ohio. - ' : ? f. .; i : ! a. COSTAR'S" CELEBRATED 1 -i BUCKTHORN SALVE. For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Boils. Cenoers, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Bleeding, Blind and Paiatul Piles; Sorofulous. Putrid and Ill-conditioned bores; Ulcers, Glandular Swellings. Eruptions, Cutaneous Affections, Ringworm. Itch, Corns, bun ions. Chilblains, Ac; (Jhapp. d Hands, Lips, Ac: Bites of Spiders. Insects, Animals, Ac., Ac. ... ' r i 4V Boxes, 25 cla., 50cts. and tl alzea. BW Sold by all Druggists everywhere. 1 ', 49- And by HENRY R. C0STAR, Depot 484 Broadway, N.T. . . Sold by S. E. Samuel, Marple A Rition, K. Jonei A Son. G. Roberts A Co., Wholesale and Retail Agents, and by U. H. White, J. R. Cook, and all Druggists in Columbus, Ohio.- ' . , '.l il -. .i , COSTAR'S" UNIVERSAL '" 'J . CORN SOLVENT For Corns, Bunions, Warts, Ao. T"'" ........ , " . ' ! I 47 Boxes, 85 eta., 50 ct a. and ft alzea. - 49r Sold by all Druggists everywhere. 43- And by HENRY R. COSTAR. Depot 484 sroauway, n. i. Sold by S. E. Samuels, Marple 4 Ritson, R.Jones A Son, G. Roberts A Co.. Wholesale A Retail Agents. and by H. H. W hite, J. R. Cook, and all Druggists in uolumbus. omo. Ui COSTAR'S" ; : ' .Vy V . . PREPARATION OF . BITTER SWEET AND ORAjNTGE BLOSSOMS, FOR BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION. Used to Soften and Beiutify the fcikin, remove Freckles, Pimples. Lrupiions, Ac . i Ladies are now using it in preference to all others, 43 Bottles, SI. ., 4W Sold bv all Drueiists evervwhere. ' 4" And by ULNiiY R. COSTAR. Depot 484 Broadway, N. Y. Sold by S. E. Samuel. Marple t Ritson, R. Jones A Son, 6. Roberta A Co., Wholesale and Retail Agents, and by tl- n. vt nite, j. it. uooidand ail Druggists in Columbus, Ohio. - . "COSTAR'S" PECTORAL COUGH REMEDY, For Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup, Whooping Couab, innuenia. Asthma, Consumption, Bronchial Affeetiuns, and all Diseases of tbe Ihroat and Lungs. 49 Bottles, SS cts SOcts. aid (1 siies. ' '49" Sold by all Druggists everywhere. 49- And by HENRY & COSTAR, Depot 484 Broadway, N. Y, - Sold by S. E . Samuel. Marple A Ritson, R Jones A Son, G. Roberts A Co.. Wholesale and Retail Agents and by H. H. White, J. R. Coot, and all Druggists in Columbus, Ohio. - Ca COSTAR'S" ., - i ......... , celebrated;' BISHOP PILLS, A UNIVERSAL DINNER FILL, VV" For Nervous and Sick Headache, Costiveness, In digestion, Dysprpeia, Bilionsness, Constipation, Diarrhea, Colics. Chills, levers, and leneral ds rangeiuent of tbe Digestive Organs. .... 4""Boxes,2Sct..50ct8.andlsises. - mr So d by all Druggists averywhere. - 7 49 And by HENRY. R. COSTAR, Depot 484 Broadway. N. Y. . i ' Sold by 8. E. 8amuel, Marple A Riraon, R. Jones A Son. G. Roberts o., W bolejaie and Retail Agents, and by H. H. White. J. R. Cook, and all I'-uKgista in Columbus, Ohio.- . . , . fana-dAwSui - , .' t'; ' ..:.! . r 1 ' ' . : " ;'" " N A UJCH TOrr . - 'X -.fASS "tf LnaughtonMbuilding. .1 -Pi - - fe'-'i 4 m j NAUCHTON.lia WHAtlW NAU GHT0N.I2Z PT Ft TAl-IE NAUGHTON WISHES TO RE , (J turn thanks to the patrous of the above well known store, and to solicit aoontinuance of their favora. Beine sole DrOorictor of the buildin aa iwell as business, be ean afford to sell for a. much Vw- ,rpniui uimi bdt ovum iu w.D,iDq cuBtomerscan depend upon nnding at all umes a good stock ot sea sonable goods, and will receive euch. prompt. -attention at the hands of his clerks and assistant aa will : assure visitors to hi. establishmemthat they are lnr i deed dMtang in a s-i ! : , Xirat Olaaa Store". i . - . ..- i :s -.. Where can alwas be found..i ! ! SSE8 GOODS, , j, , SHAWLS, ;vj;. .CLOTHS, .,. .... .-CASSIMEBSS,.' 1 ,',i. . LADIES CLOAKS OF OUR OWN MAES. . . also. Hosiery and Fancy GooJ s of .very description .1 . JA1WES NAUGHTON,."' . U8ad Kouth High Mreet, ' . febso . COLUMBUS, OHIO : NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS ! . ' JUST RECEIVED AT i ij'; ', i! 16A SOUTH HIGH 8TBEET, " - " f . NEW RETAIL CLOTHING HOUSE OPENED ..- : BY ' .;,!",. STEBBINS, TOWNB & CO, : SPLENDID GOOL ! ELEGANT STYLES " Matched Beaver Suit... ..:.; (.-;;: Matched Cassimere Suits. , ..n . i. ". . Matched Pants and Vests. ' A variatv of Bwvar and Cassimara ' -i rx "r xr ' t" n r A ; t: c .u. VJI . . : XJ ih J J XX-' A.' O e EVERYTHING IN TBE WAY OF, GENTS' FURNISH1NG.G00DS. .; i i ASSORTMENT TTA.TB Aim '; OAPB ' :; SOMETHING EW AND NOVEL. ' Commencing Monday, October 15. ..",..1 -.i; ,, - ... ' - " j ' All Goods sold at prioes that defy competition. Pnrfnnt RtisfBAtinn vtiftnLnteed. .i ' Now is the time to buy your Clothing and Furnlah- , , luguoous, ana tue piace . ..,.,(' 14 (SOUTH HIGH STREET. . '49 Call and examine our Goods and receive ex planatiou in full. All are invited. '' HTLBBINS, TOWNS A CO. , Retail Store, 164 South High street; . , . . in , - Wholesale Store, No.l Gwynne Block, , ocH3 '"'; COLUMBUS. CB10, LITTLE'S -PATENT; aimightcookstove; " i-'P'- ENTED FEBRUARY, 1863, The Best Stojc in the GoTernment -,,,'ti ...-i..i .h-:- ''-"I i" -'''-'I -THE PECULIAR FEATURE OF this jl nurve is tbe novel construction -ot tbe liven, which makes it the most thoroasrh baker in -use; You have access to the Oven in front, converting the sides into Hues, giving it two more beating surieoes than ariBr iiiVia Ktnva maiflaB As the Stove is constructed it is intended for eitber w UUi. or COAL, operating witn eitAer equauyweu,. ... .. ii t;;i u ; ORilL CASE, A-sreaty. . . , No, 139 North High street, r Bov3-dtf ' ' "' ' COLVMBXTSO. CUNARD STEERAGE LINE. BETWEEN NEW YORK AUD UT ERPOOi., calling at QUEENSTOWN. From New York every Wednesday.1" ' " . From Liverpool every Toesdav, . i . 'f '" ''' From Queetistown every Wednesday.'' ' ' Rates or Passagb. Cabin, $80 (gld). Steer age, So (oarreue-)." Steerage tickets trom Liver pool or Vlu-enatown at low rates. Dralts lorsalaon (ireat Britain and Ireland. ' For Steerage i assage. apiily to ,,.,: . E. CUNARD, . No CO Broadway, New York, orto PIUS PAS6IT r, A-rent, , American Express Co., No. i2 Buckeye Block.' decl7-dly - - ' ' " ':. '" .... .-. .. YOUNG-: ;MENi,,!''!" The experience of the) vast ten years has demon strated the fact that tbe utmost reliance may be placed in the ethcaoy of . . - . . BULL'S SPECIFIC PIA.E8, : . 'i for the speedy and permanent eure of Seminal Weakness. Emissions. Phvsical and Nervous De bility, Impotence, or want of power, tbe result , of sexuaiexce-s, or . YOUTHFUL INDISCRETION, -wbicb. nefflected. ruins the bappiness and unfits the sufferer. for Business, Social Society or Marriage, and often terminates in' ao untimely-grave. '. Make no delay in seeking the remedy... Brlls Speoine Pills ean be used without detection or interference with business pursuits. ' - HO CH AFtGEOF DIET IS NECESSARY'. Thev are entirelv veeetahle. and nerfectlv harm less on the system. Eaob box contain. SO pills, with full directions and a treatise on tne eonsequenoes and cure. Price une uoiiar. ieware ot counter feits I If you cannot procure them of your Drug- ffiflt: Bnnri fhA inan.v'til fir JlllER KrtIN. (tonsil It lne FDjeioian. 819 liroadway. New York, and they will be sent by return ol mail, free from observa tion, ror sale by urnggists generuy. AlOUE VALUABLE THAN GOLD I BKYAN'H ) LIFE : PltJL.S PURIFY THE BLOOD, !r 1 Reicovb 'Hbadachb, DlZZINBS!),- Giddtnbss, . .DBOWBINBeS, tiKfLEASiNT i)KBAM. 1)11- -., -' hers or Sioht, Indigkstioh,. " Clbabsb the Stomach axd 1 ' Bowsxa. . . ... Insure NEW LIFE in tbe debilitated, and . .. . . ; Keatore tbe Sick to Perfect Healtb. r-,i:-. . PUREJ I VEGETABLE. ' ' " Try them I Th yonlyeost S6 cents, and if you cannot get them of your Druggist, aend the money to Dr. JAMr-S BRYAN. Consulting Physician, 810 Bioadway New York, And they will be sent by return ui mail, post paid. For sale by Druggists generally." deczo-dAwly ., TO. LADIES,!. .!.! If you requires reliable remedy to, restore you. and remove Irregulaxit.es or Obstructions,, why not use the best? J ,. ' ' ' .' Every lady knows the flmhtest irregularity of na tnre is liable to hring on Headache, Giddiness, Low Spirits, r aiming. Hysterics. Ac; then the bloom of health fades, the appetite fails, and other symptoms mors distressing commence, as Weakness, Spinal Complaint, the Whites, Prolapsus, Ac, Ao( , A never failing remedy will be found in , !R., HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS. '' Ths experience of thir i years has proved they have no equal for Removing Obstructions and Ir regularities no mattbk iBoa what cause they arise. The are safe and sure ia every case.. La-' wards of 60,000 boxes are sold annually, aqd no com , plaint of their efficacy is ever beard, for they ac complish what ibey .re represented to dof.-jo . ... Sold in boxes Containing Butty Pill. Price One Dollar. " -'"'' ' - DR. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PILLS . is a remedy tour degrees stronger ti an the above, and intended for special easeaot long standing. Price Five Dollars per Box. . . If you cannot purchase the Pills of your Drug fist, they will be sent by mail, poet paid, secure roin observation, on receipt of the money, by Dr. JAMES BRYAN, Consulting Physician. 810 Broad way. New York. , For sale b Druggists generally.! i ! AALI.BHBB, ' "-"' tTTa. MATTHBWg, Lata oi Masoa OcwKy - Of Maysville.A 0. NELSON, . : Lata of Mt. dterling, Ky. '" - - ; t iiici,cJia'n'is,;'Ho j , j (rOBMBBLT BBBMaQK BCTDaS i.juv . iLLBBKE, IKLSOI St W.jT'' tropTietors. ; . Fifth Stmt, aear MalB, j, ,, . Oixxoi-ancvtl, t pWo. jerThis Hons having been thoroughly repaired a ov.ted and newly furnished, ia bow opes. v... i 1 mayWaa-tf -- ' .-i.- 'ii .-s . : . ." ..lii-.-; J . i-i . St! mm A Deplorable Tragedy at London. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia -AND- -AND-DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS. Of - - .-,- " e .? . L' On and afterBATURDAZ, June H. WOT. FOCft iKAins DAU wiU leave Columbas FOB WISSAIILOI3I8ViIiK,XAtRO, S L0DI8. PAiTOIf. RICHMOHDi IoT- i 7li') t TiTATiAP-iTTa'a rrrtrl-in Without'eWgVor 'ears to ' iSaY TON5 and' RIO i .muu. and only one c ban re ef ears aslA- nil U 1 uAl lil j 7Di!ii'.n . O JllW w V4w..-u Vfuyauutt vonnseuons are rename as loUpwat -FIRST TRALN. - -. , rDanyrexeept Monday J Leaver at ItSO A."M. for Cincinnati. Cireltr villeAAABoaster, Uillsbero an Chillieothe; stops at London, South , Charles ton, -Xenia, Cerwia Morrow, Loveland and Plain villa. -arriving at Cia einnatt at A. M.. ., K 'i-wtaii.. ;t.a.i SECUBDTBAJir " 1 '. . . Daily except 8 undaya. Leaves at MK) A. M.y for-Cinainaash Dartoa Kicbmond. Indianapolis, Chicago, and stops.! Wtt Jeffjwaon. London. Houth CbarieeloB, Ce "J 'l v yr,n,.a,"y,. t;orwia, Alorrow - South Lebanon', Foster'a Loveland. Milford. ar riving at Cincinnati at. tadt a , u- with ths MaU Boats. " ;"4fc '-" ., i i. ...i i j THIBD'TRAlir.7' -1 ni l : - JOlaily aaoptSaBda-iJ: i i Leaves at 1815 V. M. for Cincinnati. Davtoa Kicbmond, Incianapolia, and Springfield via Xe nia, arriving at "Cincinnati at 40 P. id. '"'- " FOURTH'TBAiN. " !!. UDaily except 8nndays.""''": Leaves at a:iO P . M., roriiCfnsit-Mtr,Iaytoa and SDrinafield via linHnn. Itannin, f A lln. K'West Jefferaoa. London,' South Charleston. Sel- rrja.Cedartill... Aania.. Spring' Valley,. Corwia Morrow, Loveland,' and arriving at Cioeionati Uii P.M, . ..... 17..;. V . .. i . ; f f.t ,.-Ti-- -wvJ - , "..- -t-TT .r? ft I Sleeping; Cars are an alNi-rnt Trala New - Frefght Arrangenients. ' The Chiearo Great Eastern", arid Little Miami C-lumbu. A Xenia, aad Dayton -A We. la a. Rail roads bave so arranged their Time Tables as to make direct connections with Freight trains at Richmond in both directions, ipAi.g jo tuna from Coi ambus to Chicago 38 hours. ymv tttttj V tv - i . - " pn-..t W1. L. O'bKikn""- CincinniU.' Gepl Ticket Ag'O Columbus. Jury" EAST ! BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. CENTRAL OHIO DIVISION - " Three Trains Leave Colaaaakfa ball a.foll.ws:(KuB4ay Excepted.) .l5.i. . NIGHT EXPRESS, arriving at ZanesviIIe at SflO A. M.; Bellaire at 7rW ATM.; Baltimore at 4J0.A. Washington City at SjH A. M.: ,Jj,,.liv.-j ., kw.,---..- r 1M0 A."M. LIGrmNOEXTOESS-'i-TTvin. atZanesville at 13DP.il': Bellaire at 8-90 P M., Baltimore at 10 JO A. M.? WashingtonCity atlld A-? .:.rf'. : "-----i v1. ittr'Al'y i . 1:60 P. M. EXPRESS MAIT arrives it Zan as illr at 4.-45 P. M.; Bellaire at 0:00 P' HA Baltimore at5KK)P. M ; WasbtwtUiiijrry at Srf.0 P.M. The 11:10 AVM. XIGHTNINGEXPRBSS stOFB omy at Newark. Zacesville,Cambride and Barnes-ville.-; Q ther trains will stop atall s talk) a. ' 49Four train, daily leave Washington or Balti more, for Philadelphia and New i'orkv This route nrw offers to passengers these great and superior advantages, Fare to Washiogtor. City the sau e; as to Baltimore. Philadelphia pas srngers bave the privilege of visiting Washingtoa Citv and Btltimore, en route. New T ork passengers have the privilege ot visiting vWashingMa: City Baltimur. and Pbilade'phia. en route. Boston Pas sengers bave tbe privilege of visiting Washingtoa City, Baltimore, Philadelphia .end 'New York, ea route, at precisely the sama tost fog tickets as via any other route. , . v This is tbe only route that ess givepa-sengers ths advantage of a throuickeU.or baggage oheokea. to Washington City. .... ' tW Aat lor Tlclfeta -rla Bllalra 1 "" JNO L. WrLS'lN.' Master of Transportatioa, !- y L. M. COLE; General ViofceeAgent,' r JNO. W..BB0WN, GeagMiag-- Agt) Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad. DE-,i-t7;e ,ri-4al-arXXX-- '.'" EXCEPT SUNDAY. ,t . hwa-..l From Columbus, in connection with: Train OB ha Littie BIlk'ml'& CIambaA Jt Xesglsi ' '-"- " ' Rallroadau '--';--5lr'' ' . y '.- .j. ..ft -ill h i I ir"1T"t lljflO 'ii.l NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves ColuTabur a. 3d A.M. Will stop at Delaware,' Cardington. Gilead. Gralion, Crestline, Shelby; New. lymdoe, Welling ton, Grafton and Berea. arriving at Clavaiaad -at 0:16 A. M., New York 7:00 A: M. This train leave Sundar night, but not atarda.ia? --i.'i NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves ColBmba at SKtO A. M. Will stop a-all; Way stations. ' This train startsfrom the Freight Yardw -i wk-j NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 11J0 A.M. ttill stop at ielaware,Cardingoii,Gal ion, Creslline. Shelb), New London, Welltogtea. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3-M P. J1..New York-nert-aerstSe P. M. MAIL AND EXPRESS- LeavesCoUmkasatlOS P. -. WiU stop at Worthiigtbd, Lewis Center Delaware, aoo aU tjtationa to Saabr and tiailoa New London, Wellington, Grafton aad Berea. Ax riveat Cleveland ataO i M., New York 1030P.M. SPRINGr'IELD.ACCOMMUDATlON VlAUEL A WAKE Leaves' Columbus at STP.1 M. Will stop atall station between Columbus1 and Spring field, arrivinr at Delaware at 4:50 P.M., Sprin-fioU T:SS P. M.- Ibis train leaves Springfield at 7:15 A. M., arrives at Deiawataat. Mt 4 Ai Coiabas. 11.-00A.M.,. . y .-'ost o.vT Patent Sleeplasr Ca-ra areraa ena tall , , , Aiebt Trains. lo .ClIctafsv..i.ib ' 'Mew Vorlt and . , .-. V - (BoMOB.."'" ' '''" ,. - - .-.i.,.f mi 3 s -j? W,i , as Baggage checked through to New York - ,tl Boston, via Cleveland ; jilse, to Philadelphia New York, via Crestlitier UffTnniciiui. . .i "" Nirht Express arrives at Clumbos at 1:05 A, M. . - uinomnau express arrives at uolumbna at u- nuon . ' . , . . ; j . Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 93o P. M . Springfield AooonimodatioD. arrives. at Colambaa vt iois A. M. ' . . t . . . , Fare as Ir at by any Otbir Bs'uU. . Ask for Ticket, via Crestiine-Clevaland.'l' . !- ! '-'.r.-r - ;'.t' 8. FLINT, n ,(- viiq Superintendent, Cleveland, Chio.. "- " "v JAMES P-TTERSON, r. ; . " "L " .:'' r.-AgentjColaiBig1Oai,'" , Columbus, April J9, 1867. , b,, ,., COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENTRAL RAILWAY ! , FOK'gAjfDtSK'Y1,1 T0E0,'Vi.E r- TROIT.'Riohmnnd, Indianapolis. -Lafayette. Springfield, 111.. Torre Haute, Evaasville Looisj viile, Cairo, SuLouis, Chicago, and all points West and teouth. , .. , ,, ..y - .-it No obangeof cars between Columbu.-and Indi- "FOjl'l' TRAINS laavalirBAuBi' aaiiy;'as fol lows (SuDrtays excepted): . . , , , . . , r , A,OIVIitlOtA 1'IOfg teaves Columbus A., Marriveti at Milforf B:1S A. M Urban a- 0-3eJ A.M.: Pique SrOO p. Ai . This trainoonneeu at AliU ford Tor- Springfield and at Urban for Beileron-' taine, Cljdeand Sandusky-ir.'.''..' ;ii.;.-'J "li:50 A. M. DAY EXPRESS Arriv-s att Urbane 144 P. M.; Pique Sruo p. M.: Lima 9:10 P. U.; Chicago (via LimaJ t-M A. M.; Riobao-Kf 4i4Bi P. M.'; Chicago (via Richmond) 8:40 A. M.: Indian-, apolisldO P. LouisvilleU-aGA. M.; Terr Haute 100 P. M.: Mat toon 1:30 A, M.; Pans r2i A.- M-i ' St. Louis 830 A.- M.: Lafarette 10:60 P. M.; Chi cago(via lyfette) ao A. M.; Springfield 36 A. M.; Quincv 1230 P. M; Keokuk 30 P. M. This . train arrives at St. Louis -TWO hours ia advance of any other ruuta from Columbus. M.'r;.,- " fi4fi P.. 11. -WESTERN XXPRED-JlHT rives at Urbana8:05 P, M.;Bellefontaine 1037 p. M.t . SaDduakTII3SA,'M.:PlquaT40 PM.-t Lima t' A. M.: Chicago (.via Limal 11.-S0 A. Mi Toledo 0311 A V, . ..... ,a.lA A U . b:..V...J lj arrive at rHlf AGO tbe following morning. SEVEN AND A HALF HOCRS in advance of aay other0 route from Columbus. ., , .-nr i .,... s$ ' 18:2ft A. in. NIGHT EXPRESS Arrives, at Urbane i:ts A: M.;' Piqua 0:16 A. M.r Richmond 4:55 A. M Chieago (via Richmond) 11-iQP: Mj la-ia dian.pons b:io A.m.; Aiouisvine x-j r. a., lerra Rente 1134 A. M.: Evansvilla 10-SB P. M.: Mattern, J 13S P.M.; Pana 430 P.JiUt. Louis 030 P.M.; La- r ... n ... . W I, L- 7 ' , r ...... . . layette u:oo a. .-i vmoagu ivia ija-iajeivef 11 P. M.; Springfield d0 V. M4 (riBgr"ti0 A. H.; Kei.kuk 3rJ5 AM. This Train arrives atST.tt LOUIS FOUR HOURS in advaaoe of any other route from Columbus. - -.r-'Tt Z ' ' 19 New State Room Sleeping Cars run it sight, trains. .- v,. -. ,f - .J " - ' Ail changes msd in Union Depots.-Haggaae y Cheeked through to all prineipsl point. ' APOLIS T'a 'taWCUl-OADAAli I5DlAH-lo . V We AMr aoA.WaVI'.u., , .7 - . . I , j . , , 11 , Ti ChawPLBR, Gen.Ticabt Agt.,f thi. ' J. ML. AifkT, bsperuueaae-ii i.ij n..-. t . , --nn iw . h " -M;, ! '.. DRt'TDCKEH'XTRA: VISIT.,," DR.rckE'R'trdu'LD' 1 oVd patrons and "the Jublie; that Ae .''- eonsnltedtthe GOODALE HOUSa; tCoIaaaeass . dailytilUhe first of ApriiP '1" - y ' ' Ur. Tucker has now vieited Colambaa- riaabvly n for over niceyears. whioo is soffioient evi.lao that b.isreliabl.and.ueoessfu. The grrat Increaae o' 1 hs practio-requi- this extra-vi.it" te aoaBM g dare his na i-erous patients, It is not .necessary t enuawratotha" i .i v.mi-m n aim ..J . ia KNriRBLIr.OF.CHROSIrC WSA8E8rfb. i but Will merely say my rpeciality IS THUS WB0L1 liet of Disease which others bar failed to araTT1 BishBO-tf ' .JulKuA UtiilAT