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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. Showing the arrival and departure of trains at Cr ambos, Ohio. On and after Monday. April , 187, sins will run as follows t , ; ClereLaad. CJoluuebue tt Ctn'tt R. It. '' ' LEAVE. ARBIVt. ight E xpress ....... . Ne. 1 Accommodation., New York Express.... ExDreas and Mail...... ...1:10 A.M. 1:08 A.M. .. 5:00 A. M. 7:4eT if. ..ii:iov.m. jiui nooi :15 P. M. 90 P. Springfield rit Delaware... 3:45 P. M. lOrfAA. This train leaves Sunday night not Saturday. I . L. L.' O UinUHLIDullll . - Little TriiamleY: ColaraaBsaT.XeataH.lt. Cincinnati. Dayton. Riohm'd, . . lnciianapoiis, unicago, t;ir- , , j uiu.iuu, unimsiv, oiur ' boro and Chillioothe 140 a. a. ISM a. nu Cinoinnati.Dayton. Riohm'd , Chicagn.Indianapolia.Hills- . boro', Cbilioothe and Man i ' etta 5:00 a. m. 110 a. mt Cinoinnati.Dayton, Serine- . field, ria Xenia. Riohm'd Rim IDHISDWIIB .......... ... iw y. Ul. liMy, Ul. Cincinnati and Springfield T. LOUGH. Agent. Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, Central Ohio Olwtstoa. TRAINS BAST. No. 7 "fight Express leaves Columbus atlKW A. M. No.l Lightning xpress " .. " "11:10 A.M. Nj. 5 Mail and Express " . " 10 P.M. TRAINS WEST. If. 3 Night Express arrive in Columbus 11 AS P.M. No. 6 Mail . 11:30 A.M. No. 10 Lightning Express " " 40 P.M. ...,,.,;. J. A. PERKINS. Agent I'alnnbm and Indiana Central Rail- way. Night Express .19:25 A.M. 10 A. M Pittsbnrg Express 5:90 P.M. 7,-no P. M. Day Express 11:50 A. M 11:05 A. M. Aooommodation 6:30 A. M. 4:10 P. M. U. A. HILL. Agent. Sandusky Mansfield Newark, tt. K. Trains leave Newark and arrive as follows : LEAVE. : ARBITB. Moil and Express .....10:00 A. M. 1.-00 P. M. last Freight and Passenger. 4:00 P. M. 8:15 P.M. - A. W. Dennis. Agent. Plttabnrg-b, Colamkas 4c Cincinnati. . LKAVB. ARRIVE. Lightning New York ' Express 11:90 A. M. EKW P. M. Man and Express.... 2:00 V M. 11;S0 A. Mj t Local Accomodation 6:00 A. M. 7:S0 P. M. ' To Denison only starts from Freight yard, J. B. Fkters, Agent. Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE COLUMBUS POST OFFICE ,'.'! ' ARRIVES. CLOSES,' Eastern Through Hails, A. M. r. at. A. X. r. M. 0. C. AC. R. R ....1130 10:45 13:30 7:30 -Eastern Way Mails, C. C. iC.R.R 11:05 .... .... 18:30 ' Northwest, viaFt.W. & C, C.C.A0.R.R. 116 .... 730 1 Chicago, via CP. A I., C. C.&C.R. R 4:45 Little MiamiR-R. through j1,1. j.,, .T:S0 Little Miami R. R. Way... 11:15 11:40 lSdO 7 J0 C. O. R. R. Newark. Zanesvllle A Wheeling.. 11:15. .... .... 1J:30 j. v. I. I.-, nir .... .... .... i:aw C. P.AI., thronghA way. .... -1030 .... 7 JO tjiroievuie, vnuuootne . , ' Portsmonth .... 1030 , .... 730 Lancaster, Ohio... ' 70 .... 730 East V ay. National Road. 10:00 .... .... U30 Jit. Vernon War, Wester- ville. Ao 030 . .... 1330 North Columbus and Clin- tonville 0410 .... 1330 W astniigton U.H., via Har riaburg. (tri-weeklky,) arrives Mordays. Wed nesdays, A Fridays, and leaves Tuesdays. Thurs- ''davs and Saturdays.... AO 730 Ventre v mage. (tri-weeK-l ly,)Tuesda.vs,Tbursdays .... MM 1130 and Saturdays J t Officr HorRS. Office opens at IK o'clock A. H. and closes at 1 P. M. Sundays, opens at84 A. M., and-clfwca at X A. M. at P. M. JULIUS J. WOOD. Postmaster. Paragraphs from the Boston Post. A child wicu two Heads has been born and Is flourishing in England. An Alexandrian negro recently ate 80 biscuits on a wager, lie' still lives. A New Orleans widow, on tbe sunny side of forty, baa just taken to herself an eighth husband. . A tiAtn..anh nf Tiiqmv aolllntv In TPflrla was taken from a French actor in costume. Mm. Lincon's dresses are not selling, but there will be no auction. It is said the price asked for tbe If. T. Herald establishment is eleven hundred The governor, alcade and alderman of a CuDaa city nave got into trouoie Dy join-, ing the Masons. . . it costs to tatce a iaay to tne opera respectably in New York. - . . f ' A Connecticut Radical who is stumping New York, writes borne, giving up the State. .-(...-. ZThe opening of a grave in Harrisburg bas shown that silk dresses last longer than human bones. - One divorce to nineteen marriages is the ratio in Vermont. It the National bank system goes under. Jay Cooke willJbea b)u-Jayv.ZKiJ Courier. 1 Sumner's suffrage bill and the impeach ment scheme will go by the board. If they were ever right, why do the Radicals now lve; them up because of " expedi ency ?" Greeley says, that " for good square ly Inir he must "eive the ualm to the ad- dress of the Democratic State Committee of Minnesota.' Ah, Greeley, we know that the paim is yours to keep or to give. lyouisville J ournal. Mrs. General Lander was presented, at Cincinnati last Friday evening, at tbe close ot her personation of "Medea," with a badge -of the Twelfth Army Corps, by the survivors of tbe Fifth Ohio Volunteers, which regiment formed part of her hus band s command. West Virginia has done nobly. The Wheeling Eegister Bays that, ''in spite of the corrupt Executive and an infamous registration system, our Estate is rapioiy passing through a process of redemption lrom Kaaicai ruie." Pet puppies are coming in with the for eign fashions. Chicago has pttt up $9,000,000 worth of buildings the present year. If brevity is the soul oi wit, asks Judy, what, is tbe neei r The Philadelphia Germans have sub scribed thirty-five thousand dollars for a new theater. The British cavalry are to be armed with breech-loaders. AVorkingmen are taxed $200,000,000 a year to support Southern negroes in idle' ncss. Greeley is smelling out frauds every where, now that there is the prospect of a Democratic victory. The damage by Are on Broadway, New York, Wednesday morning, foots up over $310,000. What we are doing In Florida N. T. Tribune. Cheating awfully in the black registra tion. English journals can't quite believe the Lincoln gossip. Prince Napoleon has been taking fulte an interest, incog-, in the machine depart ment of the Exposition. A niggardly lot the black electors in the Southern States of America. Judy. The New York Gazette calls tbe Black Crook the --bent" of the p!ay-going public, Brigham Young's saints want a charter tor a Masonic Lodge, but they can't get it. Good. Yale College has just got up Univers ity bath-rooms for the students. Ten cents a bath. Judy's advice to unmarried ladies with independent resources is husband them. A Nevada man recently got drunk, killed a friend and was hung by Judge Lynch, all witbin Bix hours. The editor of the New Yorker Stoats Zei tnng bas got into a libel suit by calling Zeno Burnham, the auctioneer, an old thief in German. A New Orleans gentleman offers a re ward foraDhvsieian who will acknowledge that he has lost more than half a dozen patients during the epidemic. The farmers at Twin Prairie, Kansas, canvht a man setting fire to the prairie, and cut short his amusement by hanging him. Lamartine is described as sitting in an arm-chair, sad and silent, the lustre of his eye and the symmetry of his mouth entire ly goue. The London Telegraph calls Thurlow Weed "one of the shrewdest politicians in the Great Republic," but says he is no gen tleman for telling such stories about Mrs. Lincoln. Much adieu, about nothing the parting of young ladies. Ex. Tbe New York Timet suggests "Bullock and Prohibition" as the rallying cry of the Republicans hereabouts. "QA Nashville pbnceman""k"nockear'down the Mayor of th at city the other day , There had been a conflict of authority before that final conflict of authorities. i N Thad. Stevens says tbat the Democrats would like to demand his head. Upon which Prentice remarks, 'Well, 'tis of no use to him or his friends. Ben Wade has the impudence to pretend to speak for Ohio. He seems disposed to forget that she has spoken for herself.--Louisville Journal. -r A young English Hindoo, Roostumjpo Burzoojie. put his head on the rail in front of an express train, with the natural con sequence. A practical jnker in England saturated the hair of a sleeping companion with naphtha, and set. it on fire. The laugh come in when he was sent to jail. ... The author of the "Guide du Ceremonial ays that it is the proper thing for a gentle man on marrying a widow before the ex piration of her mourning, to put on weeds for his lamented predecessor. A text for Wendell Phillips "He that hateth his brother is in darkness, and walketh in darkness, ' and knoweth not wither he goeth because that darkness hath blinded his eyes. '' - New York policemen are going about to the tenement houses pretending they are about to make an arrest, and Inquiring for some Democratic voter. In case they don't find him, or his friends decline to answer, . his name is checked on the registry list. "Revolutions never go backward" used to be a favorite maxim of the Radicals. Tbe difficulty of its application lay only in determining what was a revolution and what wasn't. There is a lively specimen of one now in progress. The police office at Chester, England, was fired on the 18th, 'Fenian fire" being thrown from the outside. The police suc : eeeded in capturing the bottle containing tbe fluid after the mischief bad been done. '.A Belgian officer, M. Gerard, reaffirmed the charges against Lopez, says he had se cret communication with the enemy for a year, and tbat the final cause ot the treachery was his failure to obtain a Gen . eral's commission. A large meeting was held in Chicago Sunday evening to sustain the Christian Union (liberal) as against the Young Men's Association (orthodox). The ex clusivencss of the latter organization was denounced, and a rivalry in all acts of Christian charity was determined upon. ' The head of an unhappy family in Liv erpool is now under arrest ' for wife mur der.' A few days before bis wife bad cue one of his eyes out of his bead, and- the quarrel which led to the murder arose out Ot a dispute about the funeral expenses of one. of their children, .who lay dead up stairs. Some negroes, near Jefferson, Texas, be came enraged when their employer ob jected to tbeir appropriation of one-half instead of one-third of the crop in wages, and set upon him. lie shot four of them, and wheaa military, force came to settle tbe matte- they defied it. and were only brought to terms when six more were shot down. ' .".. J A New British Invention for Manufacturing Ice. " A London paper says: "Of course every chemist knows a dozen methods ot freezing water. The faultof the ordinary recipes is that freezing powders can never produce more than a little film or cruet of ice. Re cently, however, a most efficient and satis- j factory process has been patented by Mr. j,awara w eicn, oi narrow, one oi tne many able students turned out by the en gineering department of King's College. : It cousis-ts of an air pump with double ac tion, communicating to a cylinder, with concentric chambers surrounding the re ceptacle of the water to be frozen. The water occupies the central space; next is a ' circular chamber, containing ether ; then a third, filled with powdered charcoal; then a fourth called tbe condensing chamber; and finally, a coil ot small tubing inside a lar ger pipe wound round the last space. The arrangement is of necessity bard to com prehend withouta diagram, but the action is so simple that it will go far to explain the nature of this most ingenious machine. The pump, when set in motion,' produces a vacuum in the ether chamber ; the ether rises in vapor toward the pump through one ot the union pipes, producing a great degree of cold; a compression pipe from the' pump forces it back to the condensing chamber, and also , through the small tu bing around this; and while the compres sion reduces it again to the liquid form, a stream of water through tbe outer pipe of the condensing coll carries off the heat thus engendered. : ' Meantime the' partition of powdered charcoal most effectually cuts oft all pos sible communication of the disengaged heat to tbe ether chamber or the water which is to be frozen. . There is a recepta cle fitted with a float-valve, which , takes fte ether, now reliquied, and discharges It back again into tbe vacuum chamber, so that, once set in motion, not a particle ot the costly spirit escapes from the machine. It rises in vapor, freezing the water; is compressed back again ; reliquified ; its cal oric abstracted; that caloric taken away al together by the outflow of water; and the transformed vapor then restoied to its origi nal duty, with an unbrokeu and most unfail ing sm-cession. The principle is perfect, and the practice so good that in about a quarter ot an hour a cylinder of solid ice is produced ; nor is there any limit to the manufacture, except labor; for the ether never diminishes. The inventor purposes to simplify his pump and work it by an or dinary head of water, when the kitchen tap of a dwelling-house would accomplish every step of the process except lifting the ice out and putting it on the table. As a ; method ot supplying real block ice espe cially for hospitals, foreign stations and out-of-the-way places the machine is as useful an application of high scientific 'knowledge as could be seen." A good deal of surprise has been felt at the sudden breaking off ot the intended . marriage between the King of Bavaria and the Duchess Sophia. A few days ago they appeared in the same box at tbe Munich theater, and it was noticed that the King gave his fiance a bouquet, and seemed par ticularly attentive. Everybody then , prophesied that tbe wedding would be very soon. It Is now said, however, that the match was given up because the bridegroom-elect, so far from displaying tbe eagerness usual with persons iu his situa tion, desired to postpone his happiness for two years, in order, we presume, to enjoy the pleasures of hope. The bride that was to be did not sympathize with her fiance in th is, and so there was a tiff, and finally a a en nice rapture, rne King, however, bas given notice that be will not withdraw the dowry which he had intended to give to a numDerot maidens on their marriage. English Paper. A down east girl was asked, not long since, to unite herself in the silent tie to a brisk lad, who named May in his proposals. The lady tenderly hinted that May was an unlucky month for marrying, "Well, make It June, then," honestly replied the swain, anxious to accommodate. The damsel paused a moment, cast down her eyes, and said, with a blush, ''wouldn't April do as wen f " Paving Notice. To all whom it may Concern : CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I COLDHBUS O., Oct. 22, 1867.1 Notice is berebv piven th. nmrtH nir htv.linn intt tuted in the City Council of Columbus for making tbe following improvements, to-wit : For making a flag crossing on the east side of Bevenin street across Mcn.ee alley. Also, ior grading Mulberry alley from Front street no me wesi siae ot Dang alley. Also, for grading and oavinff the nnnaved sidi walks, gutters and crossings on the ease side of nign street irom uu alley ty fclm alley. Als , for paving and guttering the onpaved side walks and gutters on Fair alley from Kich street to Cherry alley. The same to be done in accordance with nlats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi neer, ana niea idiob omce oi ids iuy vierg. All Demons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file their c.auns in the ffioe of the Clerk, in writing, on or setore tnerourtn oay ot Decern Dor, A. u. ico7. L. E. WILSON, oet23-dltaw4w City Clerk. Paving Notice. Ta attwhom tt mayeoneem; CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I " COLUMB08. O.. Oct. 29, 18o7.( Notice ishereby given, that proceedings have been Instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for iubbiuk bwv luuwwiuj jui ifrureuieu la. w wii; V T making a double row flair rriMsitiff nn tbe north rice of Friend street at the erossing of Diraigni siiey. Also, for paying the unpaved sidewalks on the west sine oi nun street between criendstreet and Noble street. - The same to be done in accordance with plats ml a.ti m.t. n h. Ww i I L : neer. and filed in the omce of the Citv Clerk. All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are reouired to file their .i.fn.;nik...n;...ri.. .'iL. ; :: VIKIUI.IU ,uw VIUOD Ul VII U VIBI IU T1 I I LIU., uu Ul Dei ore tne tie?enin oay oi uecemDer, A. V. 1867. .; t ' L. E. WILSON, Ciiy Clerk. AAA. ' Moffat's Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters. The wonderful efeots of Mofffct's Life Pills oases of me tal depression or physical weaknesi proceeding from indigestion, eosti veness, or bilioua secretions, are certified to by. mill ipps. of; persons who havtf been benefitted by them. They are the most effective oathartio and purifier ever before the public and hate ever been In use since 1825. They areoheap, safe and reliable. Sold by all respecta ' b e dealers everywhere. ' ' 'i ; Climax ; " ''. A plain statement of facts. I inherited Scrofula and many of my relations have died of it. In 1339 my case wis frighf ul. Tumors and ulce s spread until in 1841, under tbe advice of my physicians' I went to Avon 8prings. . 1 received no" benefit tried every medicine and did everythi' g I could. 1 had to rest my arm-on a cushion, and had not been able to raise It to my head for over a year. Tbe dis charge from two ul-eri was nearl. a pint a day Amputation was recommended, but pronounced dangerous." I could not sleep, and my sufferints were Intolerable. " A friend brought me an English physician, who applied a salve with which besaid he had accomplished extraordinary cures in the hospitals in England. It commenced to relive; I persisted in its use; it finrlly effected a perfect and enttneure. It is now 1848. It it five years since I bad the appearance of a scrofulous sore, and my health has been good ever sinoe. I procured the re ceipt of this wonderful article this blessing of hu manity and have called it "Pace's Cmhai 8 lve." and allow the public to use it or not as they ohoose. This is a brief but cacdid statement, giv en more fully in my circular.' ' Geneva, New York, December, 1848. ' , ; ..J. M. PAGE. ' . ' ; ' . Ssw York, Oct. 1,6, 1868. ; I have known i.V. Page. Esq.. of Geneva. N T for many years. ' He is one of the first citiient of Western Now Tork. 1 saw him laH wek in good health. His case was a most remarkable one bnt actually true in every particular. tSignedl .- DE MAS BARNES. We have watched the unaided but growing favor oP'P age's Climax Salve," and availing ourselves of the knowledge of its wonderfulcurative powers have become proprietors of the same. It is a sure eure for Burns. Scalds, Scrofula. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Broken Breasts. Frost Bites, Chillblains, Stings, Bruises, Cuts, Swellings, Ao whether upon man or beist. It subdues pain and inflammation with surprising celerity, and heals urns without a scar. No family should be without it- It is always wanted, and is always ready. We will forfeit a dosen boxes for any single failure. We believe there was never anything like it in the world. It is pnt np in tin boxes, surrounded by a fall e roolar giving facts, directions, testimonials Ao., and can be ordered through any respectable Druggist throughout the world. Price only 25 cents. ' WHITE A HOWLAND, Suoeessors to .1. M. Page, 121 Liberty street S. T, : feb21-weowly ; Climax. . Page's Climax Salve, for Burns, Scalds, Scrof ula, Salt B earn, Sores, Broken Breasts, FroBt Bites, Chillblains, Stings, Bruises, Cuts, Swellings Ac, whether upon man or beast, is the most won derful article ever prcduoed. Other good artiole al'eviate: this cures.. It allays inflammation, sub dues pain, and heals without a scar. It is worth its weight in gold to any family, and should always be on hand. It is warranted to do what it says ev erytime. i:i . , feb28-weowly Moffat's life Pills and Phoenix Bitters Were first used in private practice in 1825. They were introduced to the public in 1835, since which time their reputation has extended, until they have a sale in excess of all other Cathartic and Purify ing Medicines. There is hardly a family among eivilixed nations who have not personal evidence of their beneficial effects- Their great success is ow ing to thoir uniform reliability in oases of Consti pation, Bilious and Stomach'o diseases, whether of ong or short duration. They are entirely vegeta ble in their ooirposltion, and harmless to the gen tlest infant. One ingredient oens the pores of the skin; another is diuretic, and stimulates proper ac tion of tbe kidneys; a third is emolient, loosening phlegm and humor from the lungs; other properties are warming and cathartic, and chanset e stomach and bowels from unhealthy secretions. Their com bined effect is ta regulate the impaired functions of he system, and to produce health. It is not assert ed Moffat's Pills are aews-aa that they will euro. all complaints but under ordinary circumstances hey may be relied upon to cure Nervous and Sick Headache, Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion Jaundice, Liver and Bilious Complaints, Colds Scurvy, General Weakness. A o. Tbey are express ly made for these diseases. Millions upon millions of cures eanbe cited.- In no single, instance has a complaint ever come to our knowledge, where they have not operated as recommended. The printed circular around each box fully ex plains the symptoms and effects of each disease, specifies treatment furnishes evidence. Ac. " We briefly refer to Rev. David Elder. Franklin, N . C, who was cured of Dyspepsia. C. R. Cross, of Theoike, 111 , cured of Liver Complaint. H. Hooley, of Springfield, Pa., had Sorofnla, and had to use crutches; was cured in three weeks. James D. Dolens. of Adrian, Mich., cured f Bilious Fe ver. Rev. Henry Graham. Presbyterian Chnroh Gananagna, Cal., of Fereracd Ague. Bev. Ed. H. May, Twenty-Aral New Tork, of Rheumatism and Pilesof 25 years standing. Rev. Samuel Bowles Editor of the Springfield (Mass.) Bepublican, was enred of terrible Costiveness. Hon. Ed. Webber of Rumney, N.H., of Liver Complaint, etc., etc., eto. ' A brx of Moffat's Life Pills, with full circulars Ac, will be sent gratis to any Physician or Clergy. man, on the xeoeipt of two three cent postage stamps. : Moffat's Life Pills are 25 cents per box. Moffat's Phoenix Bitters. $1 per bottle. They are sold by al respectable dealers throughout the continents and the Islands of the Ocean. WHITE 4 HOWLAND. Proprietors. Successors to Or. John Moff t. and Dr. Win. B. Aloffit.m Liberty street, Mew lor it. feb8-weowly ... Paving Notice. ToaU whom it may concern: ' 1 ' ' . CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. Columbus. O., Sept.23, 18UT.I Notice is hereby given, tbat proceedings have been instituted io the City Conncil of Columbus, for Uia&iui iuu luuumui, I ui ui u v euicu lb, iiu WII ; or paving tbe sidewalks in front of inlot No. SCI ou the west side of H gh street. aIso, for rj-paving the gutters on the north side of Broad street from High street to Center alley. The same to be done in accordance with nlats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engineer All persons olaiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file tbeir claims in the office of theClerk, in writing, on or oeiore tne outtn aay oi xtovemoer. a. u. iat7. ; - , h. JS. WILSON. Sep25-dltaw4w City Clerk. Paving Notice. To all whom it mav Concern-: CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.) Columbus, O..Mept. s. 1867. ( Notice is herebv given, tbat oroceedincs have been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, ior making the following improvements, to-wit: For giaveling tbe roadway of Fair alley from Foorth alley to Fifth alley. Also foroonstructing a ilag Stonecrossing across beventn street on tne souin side oi t riend street. Al?o to establish the grade on Uerm'ania street, from Hiith street to the Citv Park. Alro to establish the north line of the City Park in accordance witn tbe proposition ot u. r. Jaeger. Eta., and acce ted by tbe City Council. 1 be same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi- i r. i a : .. , i. a . . ; a r iu. f;. fiA-i All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in th office ot the Clerk, in writing, on or colore me t ntn day ot noveiuoer. A. u. if 67. L. E. WILSON. septlS-dltawaw City Clerk Paving Notice. Jo all whom it may concern: CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, ) Columbus. O., Oct. 14, 1867. Notice is herebv given, tbat proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for uia&mg iiuu luiiuwiu luiyruveuieuis, uj wit: Kor grading and Davina the nnDaveii siilawRtka gutters and crossings on the south side of Long street from Third street to Seventh street. Also, for graveling tbe roadway of Hickory alley -n.n Th J .i - ftA u;k . . . .1 uu. AU'.W ..11.11. w Ll.SU 1 ,1 VU,, Also, for putting down a flag crossing on North High street at the north side of Maole atrtet. Also, for laying a flag erossing across Mulberry alley on the eestside of Hish street. Also, to establish the grade on Spring street and Elm, Low, Mulberry and Bank alleys in the First ward tortnwitn, so tnat tne residents can go on with their improvements. Also, for making a single row flag crossing across Seventh street on the south side of Mound street. The same to be done in accordance with the plats and estimates to be prepared by tbe Cit Civil En gineer, and filed in the office i f the City Clerk. All persons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file their claims in the office of the Cleik, in writing, on or before the Twenty-seventh day of November, A. U,86, L. E. WILSON, octl7-dltaw4w ... City Clerk, Orange Sella eaintt 1 Before Jsmrs M. Paton. J. P. ( ot norwicn township, f rank t.t lin county, Ohio. Uillmore Holmes ON THE 2811a II A V OI SKflElVIHEH, 1867, said Justice issued a order of Attach ment in (be above action tor tbe sum of H&l. Billiard. October the 4th, 11-67. vCtB-wSir OKAKUE SELLS. Times of Holding. Courts in tJie : Firth Judicial District of Ohio, for the Year 1868. The State op Ohio. , f BANJtLIN UO 1'J.TT, IT. S. SHGPARD, CM5BK OF TMK a Court of Common Pleas within and fir said County and State aforesaid, do hereby certify that tbe followins order is truly taken and correctly qopied from the journal of said Court, to-wit : "In pursuance of the statute in suoh cases made and provided, the Judses of the Court of Common Pleas in the Fifth Judioial District of the State of Ohio, do hereby order that tbe District t.ourt and Courts of Common PTeas for the year, 1868. shall commence in the s veral oounties m said District as follows, to-wit : IHSTHICT COURTS. j Madi.'on, May 5. .. . Franklin, May 6. ' , i Pickaway, May 11. ' Fajette. Ma? 15. i . Koss, September 1. j . Highland, September 4, : Adams, September 5. " ' : ; ! Brown, September 10. . . - Clermont. September 15. ' ' ' COMMON PLKAS COURT. ' j First Subdivision. .; j , Adams, T ebruary 25, May M. September 29, ' ' 1 Bron, February 4. June 30, November 3. .-, i : Clermont, March 10, June 8, October 14. j , : . . - . , .. ; Second Subdivision. Highland, January 14, May 19, October 14, . ; . I Koss. February 4, June 2. October 27. I Fayette, March S. June 23, September 22., ' ( Third Subdivision. Madison, February 3, May 18, October 14. ' P'oksway, February 18, May 24, Ooiober 27. .; i. Franklin, March 9, Jane 15. November 18. ; ' And it is further ordered that this order be pub lished four coroec utive weeks Done this 4th day of October.A. D. 1867- , . ALFBED S. DICKEY, ., ,, . T. Q iASHBURN, JOHN L. GUEEN. , , ' Judges, To the Clerk rf the Court of Common Pleas of Of frankuu Couoty, Ubio. . . Tn tAjttiinonv whereof I bave herennto subscribed my name and affixed the setl of said , IL, 8.1 . Court, at coln -ous, tois Via any ot Co tober.A. D. 1867. . . , , T. S. SHEPARD, Clerk Court Com. Pleas Franklin Co. octll-w4w-r Legal rvTotlce. Ct A; GOiDER, R. n.GONDERanil Tm . L. M. Gonder, in Canada, British America, ' will take notice th t W. P. Shrum. of the county ot Franklin, in tbe State of Ohio, did, on the 5th dayot uctooer, A. l. iusi. me nis petition in ine -Court of Common Pleas, within and for the county of Franklin, in .aid State of Obio, against the said ii. A. Oonder, It. M.. tionder and 1 si. Uonder, :HAfenrlantti. askinir iudsrment affainst the sid G. A.Gunder.R M Gooderand L. M. Gonder. for the sum of 4U7 90-100, with interest from Aovember th, 1866. balanje due on a promissory note given by said defendants to the s id VV. P. Shrum, dated July 23d, A. D. 1866. f i r t-tuO. due and payable sixty days after date with interest, on which 1 60 was paid nn i he 9th day of November, A. D. 1866. The said W. P. Shrum a so caused an attachment to b i issued to the Sheriff of said Franklin county, and levied upon tbe loilolwing real estate sitrate in franklin county, u io, tc-wit: iiot ko. a in ih. .Wtstervelt's addition to the town ot Weslerville, as designated on the recorded plat cf raid addi tion, and is numbered 42 on tbe plat of the new snr- vo-. made A. D. 1867. The said W. P. Shrum seeks to have said r al estate, and also anv indebtedness of J. F. Seiler to the said defendants or either of tbein.and any moneys or credits or property ot any kind in his possession or under his control, belong ing to said G. A. Honder, K. M. Gonder and L. M Gonder, or either of them, appropriated andapnlied toward the payment of the said indebtedness of the defendants tosaid vv.r. finrum. The said G. A. Gonder. R. M. Gonde andL. M Cornier are notified that thev are rvouired to ao- pear and answer said petition on or before the third Saturday after tne etn day ot uecemoer, A. u. 1867. . ' D. D ted day W. P. SHRUM. . Br H. B. Albert and A Am)RE w s. his Att'ys. ; OCt24-dltw6w Guardian's Sale of Eeal Es tate- TJf PURSUANCE OF AN OK HF.B OF 1 the Probate Court of Delaware county, Ohio, made on the 18th day of October, A. D. lr-67, in the case of Georgt E. Hutchison, Guardian of HoImesA. Hutchison, against his said ward, tbe unaers.gned will, on tne ,30th day of November, A. D. 1SC7, At one o'clock P. M..on thepremises,offerat public sale tbe loiiowing. described real esta e, situated in Ihecountv of Franklin.in the State of Obio. in survey No. 1406 V. M. District and it a part of tbe land formerly owned bv Greorge Davis, deo'd. and bounded as follows: beginning at a stake in the east line of a 15 acre tract belonging to Asa Davis, thence along the south line of land deeded Ootober llth, 1856, by tbe heirs of George Davis, deo'd, to Nancv C. Scrinser. and land setoff to Cat arioe Da vis, widow of said George Davis, dee'd, for dower N. TT deg. 30 min., E. 194 47-100 poles to a stake in the W. line of another piece of land belonging to said Asa Davis; and n. E. corner to sa-d cower es tate, thence atone said Asa Liavis west line a. o d g. 40 mm., U. 30 60-100 poles to said Asa Davis. S. w corner in the north line of said land deeded as afore said toUeorge avis. thence alongsaid George Davis N. line S. 76 deg. 30 min. W. 115 26-100 poles to a stake said Georse Davis N. W. corner thence along his west line S. 6 deg. 30 min. E. 94 50-180 poles to a Btake and stone in a run in tbe south line of the Dun tract, thence with the said S. line . 76 deg. 30 min. W . 35 74 100 poles to a stone S. E. corner of another tract Belonging to said Asa liavis: tnence along his E, line JN. 6 deg. 30 min. W,94 56-100 polee to a stone another oorner of Asa Davis; thence with another of said Asa Davis line S, 76 deg. 30 min. W. 42 76-100 poles to a stone southeast corner of said Asa Davis 15 acre tract, thence with bia east line N. 5 deg. 30 min. W. 83 83-100 Doles to the beginning, contains 59 acres and one rood of land, more or less. Terms of sale: One-third cash on the dav of sale, one-tbird in cne and pne-tbird in two years from day ot sale, witn interest, to oe secured Dy mortgage on tbe premises sold. . . Appraised at $4,400. GEORGE E. HUTCHISON, Guardian of Holmes A. Hutchison. By Rkid A Powell, his Attorneys. Printer's fee, til. 25. oct21-w4t-r Sheriff's Sale. Jacob Kinnel et al ) Court of Common Pleas, vs ' ' Jbranklin county, . George Smith. ) in Partition. Ttf Pl'SlfaNCt, OF AT OBDEK OF J. sale in tbe above stated case to me directed. will offer for sale at public auction, at the door of tbe Court House, in tbe city of Columbus, on Saturday, the 9th day of November, A. D 18(37, at 2 o'clock P. M., the following described real estate, situate in Franklin conntv. to-wit: Inlot Ko. twohunnred and tenty-five(925) in the citv of Columbus, Franklin county. Ohio, situate on Front street, except a nsirow strip of about two feet wide on the south side and extending eastward 64 feet, whicb aas sold by John .Miller to Joel liut ties in 182b, as per deed recorded. A nnrniaed at S2.800.00. Terms of SSale One-third of the purchase money on the day ot sa:e. one-third in one ear, and the balance in two veara. with interest from dav of sale. deferred payments to be s cured by mortgage on premises. Primer's fees 16.75. W1L D0M1GAN. Sheriff. Otto Dbeskl, Att'y. ocO-dltwtd Sheriff's Sale. John Statton Court of Common Fleas vs of Franklin County, Samuel Swickard.i Ohio. BY V1UXIIE OF A ''VEIUDI" TO ME directed from said Court in the above stated case, 1 will offer for sa'e at publio auction, at the doorot tne uourt oouse, in me city oi uoiumous on Tuesday, the 19th day of November, A. D, 1867, at t o'clock P. M., the following described real es- taie, to-wit: Lot Nn. 15 in tbe town of Grovenort. in the conn tv of Franklin and State of Obio, and adjoining tbe Ubio canal. Printer's fees S5.50. ' WM. DOMIGAN. Sheriff. octlO-dltwtd '. Benj. F. Jewett's Estate TVJOTICE IS HEBEBT GIVEN THAI 11 the undersigned as, on tbe 2d of October, 1807: rtntv annointed and aualifiAd as administra tor of the estate of Benjamin F. .lewett, late of rerry township, f ranklin connty, iinio. oeceaseu. WM. H. JEWElT. . Columbus, Ohio, OotoberS31. 1867. ocUM-w3 Samuel Isenbarg's Estate -VTOTICE IS HEKEBV GIVEN THAT the nndersigncd has this day been appointed and qualified as administrator of tne estate ot Sam uel enberg, late of Perry township. Franklin county, Ubio, deceased. . October 14th. 1867. octl5-3w JAMES G. THOMPSON, Benjamin Geary's Estate. NOTICE IN BEBEBk IVfcN THAT the nnrieraieneri has been dulv aDnointed Ad ministrator of the estate of Benjamin Geary, late ot Washington township, fiankiin county, unio deceased. -mjvii unit, October 9,1867. oct21-w3 r CIDER. Farmers, Keep Yonr Cider Sweet Wltbout AKrugs. THE ROSEDAIiG CIDER COMPANY will furnish their celebrated process for pre serving Cider to any, person sending Ten Dollars t theiraddrets. This is the best process in the world Our Cider sold for tl per gallon this summer costs nut a lew cents a barrel. Address ROSEDALE CIDER CO. Box 107, Granville, Licking county, Ohio. mr we reier to uranviuetsank. auslB-wtf T)ASSAGE TO AND 1 HOTI GREAT J- Britain and Ireland, by Steamship and Sat ing Packet, at reduced rata-. T A PSCttTT MRUS. X t'i UU kiAHtl, a. HA BJ M U 1 w.. i'uuiii " .i t. i . .uu m iii uau n nj , i.vw York, cntinue to istue Passage Tickets, available for twelve months, from London, Liverpool, or O.ueenstown, and Drafts, payable on demand, for any amount, iron) -1 aoa upwards. . BAlt.EY THOMPSO A CO.. Ageots. mchl4-wly Bankers. Columbus 'AN'fD - AGKNTrf, SCHOOL TEACH ers. ladies rnnd ffflntleme-G-. and all disposed, to act as sgents for "Cottage Bible and Faibily Exposition" 1.S00 pages. 21 steel niates and maps, Ac. also, anecdotes and incidents. Pos itively the beirsellirg works out. Address ,. i W. STEWART GLENN. ' serjl7-nlm Mt. Vernon, Ohit ' i.i'H i .V.i. im:-ii ". - -5 - T i y.. . - i: I An Old Song, Set to a New Tune. 3.433 "F. - , Ab spring approach Ant and Roach, from their hole come raf. And Mice and. Mat Jn eptts of cat, Gaily kip about, ' "18 years established in N. T. City." . , "Only infallible remedies known. ' "Free from Poisons." "Not dangerous to the Human Family." "Rats oome out of tbeir holes to die." Coslar'sV Rat. Roacb, A;c., Eiterm's - Is a pasteJ-nsed for Bate, Mice, Boachet, J ! ' Black and Bed Ante, die., Ao. . ' .. , :.. ,: - : i:: ,' : Costara Bed-Bug Exterminator :- Is a liquid or wash used to destroy, and also as a preventive iur iwjwvi, au. "Costar'a"Electric Powder for Insects Is for ifothe.lfofquitoee.Fleae.Bed-Bvgt, Jneeete on Plante, Fowl, Animate, Ac. ..... :' )t v ' ;! Will TtirwtRit 1 1 1 of all worthless imitations, ar See that "Cost ar's" name is on each JUux. Bottle, and Flask, before you buy. - t" Address, ' ' j .' .' IIXmiCY B.COSTAR, 4St Brodway, N. T. Rnlu hv S. E- Samnel. Mamie A Ritson. R. Jones & Son, G. Roborts A Co., Wholesale and RetaH Agents, ana Dy n tl n nue, j. iv. uok, auu an UruKKists m Columbus. Obio. CO STAR'S" : CELEBRATED : . BUCKTHORN SALVE, v n..' xj T) : tt .j t:i. i Ur uUlfl, UUIUl, 1)1 UIPCB, " ' UIIIIUB, UUtlD. VWIU.III. Broken Breasts. Sore Ninoles. Bleeding. Blind and Paintul Piles; Scrofulous. Putrid and Ill-conditioned Sores; Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, Eruptions, Cutaneous A Bee lions. Ringworm. Itch, Corns, Bun ions, Chilblains, Ac; Chapp d Hands, Lips, Ao.: Bites of Spiders. Insects, Animals, Ac., Ao. Jem Boxes, 2a ci., sOcts. and tl sizes. Km Sold by all Druggists everywhere. ar And bv HENRY R. CUSTAR. Depot 4B4 Broadway, N.Y. Fold by g'. E. Samuel, Marple A Ritson, R. Jones Sl Son. G. Roberts & Co., VV holesale and Retail Agents, and by H. H. White, J. K. Cook, and all DruxgiBts in Columbus. Ohio. : - COSTAR'S" UNIVERSAL ' CORIT SOLVENT For Corns, Bunions, Warts, Ao. Mm Boxes 25 cts., aOcts.and $1 sizes. Mm Sold by all Druggists everywhere. Mm And by HENRY R. COSTAR. Depot 484 Broadway. n. I. Sold by S. E. Samuels, Marple A Ritson, fi. Jones A Son. G. Roberts A Co., Wholesale A Retail Agents. and by H. 11. White, J. i. Cook, and all Uruggists in Uolumbus. Ohio. COSTAR'S" PREPARATION OF -'1, BITTER SWEET AND ORANGE BLOSSOMS, FOR BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION. Used to Soften and Beautify the Skin, remove freckles, rtmpies, eruptions, sc. Ladies are now using it in preference to all others, Mm Bottles. 1. . jav Sold ov all Druggists everrwhere. - And by HENRY K. COSTAR, Depot 484 Broadway. N.Y. Sold by S. E. Samuel. Marple k Ritson, R. Jones St rion. v. rtooerts a noiesaie and neian Agents, ano by H- H.White, J. R. Cook,' and all Liruggi.is in vuiamoun, umu. "COSTAR'S" PECTORAL COUGH HEME DY, For Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup, Whooninir Coneh. Inlluensa. Aslhma.t'onsnmDtion. Bronchial Affections, and all Diseases of the Throat and L,ungs. Mm Bottles. 25 cts., BOcts. a-d $1 sises. Mm Sold by all Druggists every where. Mm And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot 484 Bioadway, N. Y. Sold by 8. E . Samnel, Marple A Ritson, R. Jones A Son, G. Roberts A Co., Wholesale and Retail Agents and by H. H. White, J. R. Cool, and all Druggists in uoiuinuus, uuiu. COSTAR'S" CELEBRATED BISHOP PILLS, A UNIVERSAL DINNER PILL. For Nervous and Sick Headache, Costiveness. In digestion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Constipation. Diarrhea, Colics. Chills, levers, and general de- fngemtsu. ui luoviftw". , -Mm Boxes, SB cts.. 60 cts. and SI sixes. . h..i j K .11 TWuffviata evervwhere. m uw' j a - Mm And by HENRY B. COSTAR. Depot 484 Broadway. N.Y. Sold by S. E. Samuel, Marple A Ritson, R. Jones ASnn G. Roberts A ' o., W'holefaie and Retail DO", u U kit. .1 li l!,fc m.nA .11 4'ruaitiBl0 1 1' vw.umww, . - - iunza-d4w3m . Tbe. arnndevfolr-srogTesS of Medica Science during the past ei year only makes it possible fur tbe conscientious Ph van-ian to d0are.now. that CON8C1IP- tiom is as obkt aiklt CURBoas Intermit. . tentjPever.nni'- oktaimiy PkXVXNT iiVPois Bei. Charle JC. 'Sing', ff. ! kl as email - ; :: t-ii.i i- ' . .. ... ...K-a-.N C,'.J -I ; ' -PEEPAEtD) PHESORIPTION; j , MAD fSOMTHI FRJ18CKIPTIOK pyj ,' EeV. CHARLES. B. KING, M,'B., LL. ).,- " ' FOB THB FEEVKNTION ABO CUBB OF. C O.Ns''Tjr M r .,T I O j! 1 . , IN JTS MOST, ADVANCED STAGES). ! . For the Radical Cure of ASTHMA. B RON OH IT S.tlATARKH.andallafTeotions of the LUN'S1 .THROAT, and AIR PASSAGES: for Genernt and Special DenmgemenUoi the LNERVOUSSYhTKM tor IHtorder of the BLOOD; and for all tvnetion. al DieorJtr of ibe Stomach and Bowl. I, immediately increases the trength and deepen thecolnrof tbe pale blood.. It subdues the CAUle and fever, and diminishes the Bmpectoration. . check the night eiceat. always, tn from even ' fourteen day. The appetite is at once invigorated, and the patientr"rid7y pvn fifth; the cough, and the difficult breathing are speedily relieved; the sleep becomes calm and refreshing the evacuation regular :and uniform: ALL THE GENERAL SYMPTOMS OF CONSUMPTION ASTHMA BROVCHITIS, e . DISAHPhAR WITH A REALLY ASTONISHING RAPIDITY. . The PRESCRIPTION should be used in every ease where the Physician' proscribes "Coneff Mix I T,.-,.,n ' TDr.u Inmfl KlHV OniKlKt Cod Liter Oil, hiskt Ac., and in every disease. by wbatkver nahh know n, in wmcu mere la ex hibited any one or more ot the following , ' - '8YMPTO M 81'' " ' ! rumetat or irregular Breathino. tetl of Breath Cough, Watting of Jteh, Sight Sweat, Bteedtng from tne Zttrips, Lne of Strength, Loe of Appe tite, General Debility, 'Debility of Pregnancy and SiLrtina -, ilviw Pain, through the khaulder. , Client, Face or Limb, Seuralgiafervou Headache, Jfervou 1'rontratiim. jiervnu irraanon, vutat- neitJt.or JH-tine, Aeceetv mien.', &ore inron DroicHihe, SleeilenM, Dyspejoia. amir Stom aoh," Utart Bum," vpiireenion or Mnking of th Stomach before or after eating, fkinetipation. Be mittent lever, Ac.. c, anl kspbi iai.lv in all F mttie Dieorder or Uterine Irregularitie. such a Difficult, Painful, auppreeeed. Scanty. Kxceeeiv Delayed, Premature, or too Frequent M-nttruatio (statements from Putlent, Ac. "Your Prescription saved my daughter's life, and ras sived me hundreds ot dollars." Itev. t,. auu l at v .1 rnMiB,irauiBau,ii, . "We bless God for tbe benefit we have received ' rem your Prepared Prescription." Rev. P. Pbbb . shine, Itlossburg, Penn. ; -. -.,- ,. '": .-. ; ''Every one to whom I have recommended it has benefitted muoh by its use." Rev. C. D. Jonbs, Ra cine, Wis. ' " Birlr House. Astor Place. N. Y. In the early part of February, 1H65, I was suffering from a vi olent cough, for which I, bad been treated during : aiv mnnth, nrAvion.l v withnnt benefit. I had Aioht Sweat which completely prostrated me.: iln the evening, hoarseness would come on. which would ww.nl m. fmm .TMuLkinfi- above a whisper. 1 bad then had twoattacks of bloeding from the lungs. My Family Physician assured me that he could.do no more forme. I was growing rapidly worse, and ' had been compelled to leave business for nearly two nnntha. All .nv RvmDtoms indicated, unmistaka bly, the presence of CONSUMPTION. In the be ginning of February. Mr. Henry Fisher, Treae urer of the American Bible Society, presented me "-.. - e.l DL,rPi DPI, JlfP.il!QlV'rinK W I LU a UUTWtlul LUTJ X ....... MWUV1U A " " . In r.wilRvd mv a.riDetite ( which 1 nadentireiv lout), returned; within a week, my couch had almost left me; acd ln.iess taan two weeas moea were broken up. xnenoeiorwaro regained sirens Mni.llw unA .m nn .v . TAffiilarl v at tenilinff to m v d n ties as clerk to the AMERICAN BlBLc. SOCIETY in whose employment 1 have been nine years. I am now enjoying good health. Vour PRESCRIPTION effected a CLRE, when my friends despaired of my n,,. THOS. J. CONGER. - "i have had Nervous ob Spasmodic Asthma for eleven years- Dunn tne last six jeais i nave uev r ha,i an nninterruDtednigbt's rest; Itoften seem ed to me that I would die before I could get air into ' ray lungs. 1 suffered so greatly from 'shortness of ' breath,' that 1 was compelled to take frequent rests in walking lrom my residence to my place oi ousi "The night before 1 obtained the 'PREPARED PRUStimPTION ' was. the worst I overpassed. . On obtaining thertmedy, I took a teapwnful at noon and again at night, and slept all ni;ht without waking. ' 1 have kot had a broken night's rest since.- 1 have now completely reoovered my strength and spirits, and am not at all afflicted with 'shurtness of breath.' 1 shall be glad to have anv one afflicted with Asthma call and see me. I y. II A I! l.tMJIHI.t.Kn. S34 Fourth St.. N. Y, The"PRbPARfcD PRESCRIPTION" is put up in a 1 bottle, and is sold by Retail by all Druggists in Columbus, and by Druggists generally, or orders may bo addressed to tbe oi e rmpnetore, UMiA rt u MOSES A CO., 27 Ccrtlandt St., J. X . consult tion free. A Ciroul r, containing paktiocl ars santcasis succes fully treated, will be sent fre by mail, to all who wiu write tor it. . - Sold Wholesale and Retail by 8. E. SAMUEL CO. aepaC-dAweowly LIFE ilKAMVril ISrKe.NttXH. L.I F K II KA ITII .STRENGTH. LIFIJ II CAE.XI1 4 riatKGXH. . DR. JUAN DELAMARRE'S SPECIFIC PILLS Are nrenared bv tbe Messienrs Garaneier A Dn- nnnt. Pharmaceutists, h o. S14 Rue Lombard. Paris. from the PrescriDtion of Dr. J uau Delamarre. Chief Physician to the Hospital du Nord on Lariboisere. LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION. Paris. Mav 5t 1863. Gentlemen: We have used the "Specific Pills" made from Doctor Delamarre's Pre scription, during several years past, in our private and publio practice, and have found them a most energetic and efficient Rem aH v in eases of Snermatorrhea or Seuiinal Weak- anl VV eas ness. or Jmpotency; Special Derangements of the N ervous System; Weaknesses arising from Secret Habits and Sexual Excesses; Relaxation o tiie t4enital Orcans: A eak Spine: Affections ot tbf Eyes: "Lime" or Brick I)nst" Deposits in the urine; "Milky" Discharges; raieness or toe CMun, with Snnken Cheeks and Bloodless Lips: "Pinched' Features: Irregular Ac.ion of the Heart, and in all the ghastly train of Symptoms arising from Over use, Abuses, or aioss irom any cause, oi tne i ervous Force. . ! . V -earnestly advise the Profession, and all per sons suffering from any Symptomatic or Organic Afectuyru ot the uknito-u rin art systems, to use these Pills. With high nspect, we are yours most R. A. BE AUREPARIE. M. D, G. D. DUJARI?IN. M.b. - JEAN DELEUOHRE. M.D. ToGabanciebk &Dt;pont,No. 4 Rue Lombard Pans .... Sedentary mi Studiou ecups ions; Grist, Awe ietie, or whatever tends to impair the Vital Action of the Drain, Heart, or JSemous System frequently lead to the most Distressing and Smbarrateisig Dis orders of the Virile System. Student Clergy men and Lawyer, therefore, who are especially li able to these VV eaknesses, should resort promptly to Dr. Del a m abrb's Sfacific Pills- A Pamphlet, containing full particulars, with Dl- .. j . i . . . . i , - , i . rections ana Auvioe, unmeu iu rreiica, overman, SDanii-h and English, accompanies each hex. and will be sent, by mail, free ot cost, to any who will write tor iu Price liver Box. or Six Boxes for KS, Sold by all the principal Druggists, or will be sent bv mail. eecurelv sealed from all observation. on reoeipt of tbe specified price by any authorised agent, or by tne sole trencrai Agents tor America, OSCAR G. MOSES A CO., 37 Cortlandt street, IS ew t ork. Autnonsed Agents lor Columbus ani vicinity. S.E.SAMUEL A CO. G. ROBERTS i CO., and all Dealers in Mencines. All orders by mail promptly attended to. seplM dAweowly THE GEAT ENGLISH EE MEDI PROTECTED BT ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. SIB JAItlE CI.AItflE'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS Prepared from a preeeription of SirJ. Clarke, M.D. rayetoum noiTaoratnary to toe yueen. , - . This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the ourt all those painful and dangerous diseases to whicb be female constitution is subject. It moderatesall excesses and removes all obstructions, from whatev er cause speedy cure may be relied on. TO MAUKIED LADIES particularly suited. It will, in a short time the monthly period witb regularity. OATJTIOJXT. These Pill should not oe taken by Female during the FIRST THREE HOFTHS of Pregnancy, as they are ure to bring on Miscarriage, but at an) other time they are eare. ' In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affection I'sins in the Back and Limbs. Fatigue on slight ex ertion. Palpitation of the Ilea t. Hysterics, and VV hites, these Pills will effect a cure when all other means bave failed; and although a powerful remedy do not contain iron, calomel, antimony, or anything hurtful to the Constitution. Full directions in tbe pamphlet around each pack! age. which should be oarefully preserved. Sold by all Druggist. Price, One Dollar per Bottle. - - SPECIAL NOTICh H is the fate ot every valuable Medicine to be CorNTERFEITKn. Be cautiou therefor, and see that tite tetters" T. A Ji." are blown in the bottle, xnd that each wrapper bears the FAO SIMILES of the signatures of I. C. BALD WJJf e CO., and JOB MOStS. Mm Without which, none are genuine. !. B. tl.ou. with i-ighteen cents for postage inclosed to a iy authomed Asent or to tne Sole General Agent for the United States and British Dominions, JOB MOSES. 27 Cortlandt street. New Tork will insure a bottle, eontai. i'lg Fifty Pills, byre turn mail, securely sealed from all observation. sepl9-dAweowly-oct9 . 1UOKE VALUABLE THAN GOLD I BJtO'AlV'S LIFE FILLS PURIFY THE BLOOD, Remove Headache, Dizziness, Giddiness, Dkowsinbhs. Unpleasant Dreams, Dim ness OK SlSBT, 11.D1GK8TION, Cleanse tuu Stomach and Bowels, Insure NEW LIFE in the debilitated, and Keatore tbe SIcK to Perfect Health. PUBET i fEQETABLK : . Try them 1 Th yonlyoost 25 cents, and if you cannot get them of your Druggist, send the money to Dr. JAMeiS BRYAN. Consulting Physician. 819 Bioadway New York, And they will be sent by return of mail, postpaid. For sale by Druggists generally. - dec20-dAwly C'JNARD STEERAGE LINE. , - .-I BETWEEN NEW YOKE AND UV . ERPOOIj, calling at QUEENSTOWN. From New York every Wednesday. From Liverpool every Tuesday. From Queenstown every Wednesday. Rates op Passage. Cabin. t0 (g Id). Steer age, i30(onrreiio). Steerage tickets Irom Liver pool or Qui enstown at low lates. Drafts tor sale on Great Britain and Ireland, ' For Steerage 1 usage, apply to E. CUItARD. No 68 Broadwsy, New York, or to PIUS PADG1TT, Agesi, , American Express Co., Ko. 13 Buckeye Block, decn-dly Paving Notice. Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND —AND DAYTON & WESTERN —AND DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS. On and after SATURDAY Jan SO. IWT, FOUR TKAlriS UALLV will leave Columbas FOB CINCI1TNATI, 1.0TII8VILLS, 8AES0, SB LOUIS, DAi'IDN, RICHMOND. IK. " DIAHAPOXIB1 'JHICAQf7. : Without cnangirbt' ears'to 'lijCYTOli ' and ' ' T va lj. and only on snaac ot ears to ' y. D1AN APO LIS and CHICAGO. ,.; , ' Connections are reliable as follows: FIRST TRAIN.'' (Daily, elcept Monday i Leaves at ltsOA; M.' for : Ctadrmsti. Circle villa, Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillicothe; sto at London, South - Charleston; Xenia,- Cor win M orrow, Loveland and Plain villa, urivina al LI in einnati at6;ls A. M. ' " '8ECOND THAW"' " ' '' : : DaUyrxo.pt Sundays. i r.r Leaves at -po. A.. M.. for CinoiaDatL Dayton Kionmono. Indianapolis. Chicago, and stops n West Jefferson, tdou. South Charleston, Ce darville. Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwia. Morrew South Lebanon, roster s.' Lovetant Mil rj r , i , i v ,i iici ii ijbvi m. iv a. u cenneetint L viiuwMaeiinuMfl.',, ,i a ''-i i ";T'tbaily except Sunday, JJ" " " Leaves' at vSriji P.'M: for1 Crncinna.' "Dayton tioamond, Inoianapolls, and ripncgfiald vis Ae- nia arriving mt nmnn.ti t A.M1 i ki '' ;-i' (Daily except Sundays.) .-.".! Leaves- tt CIO P .- M for CineiitnaiL' Dayton and bpringfield via London, stopping at Alton, West Jefferson.' London. South Charleston. Sel nuvCedarville, Xenia, Spring .Valley, Corwin Morrow, Loveland. and arriving at Cincinnati 10JS P.M. .. .i li Sle.epltasj Cars, are on aUl Ifisjlit Train New. : Freight ; Arrangements. I The Chicaso A Great Eastern, and-Little Miami A Columbus A Xenia. and Uartoa. A WMtara. BliI. roads have so arranged their time Tables as to make direot connections with Freight trains at Richmond in dold uinnuoiiB, masons tne time iron, volombus to Chicago 38 hours. ' - T JOHN DTJRANLV. i Gep'l Ticket Agt.J July S. s. fi ' v' " ' :3 ' --Columbus. EAST! BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. CENTRAL OHIO DIVISION. Three Trains Leave Colasabna pall as f ollewa : (Ktinday Fxcepted.) 1U)& A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivlna-at Zanesville at 80 A. M.; Beilaire at7tA. M.; Baltimore at 4 JO A. M.; VV uaingtoa City at 534 A. M. 1i:iO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS irrfrina at Zanesville at 1:30 P. M : Beilaire at BM P. M.i Baltimore at (A. M.; WaahingtonCity atllt A.M. -: -t i ' IrSO P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arrives mt Zanea villr at 4:45 P. M.; Bellairo at 8:00 P M.: Baltimore atSKIOP. M.: Washington City at 50 P.M. M'hell:10A. M-. LIGHTNING EXPRESS stops only at Aewarr., acesvuie, uamoridge and Darnes ville. Other trains will stop at all stations. - AST Four trains daily leave Washington or Balti more, for f hiladelpma and Mew lerkt - ,., This route nrw offers to passengers these great and snperior advantages. Fare to Washinglur. City tne san a; as to .Baltimore. rnuadeipnis pas sengers bave the privilege of visiting VV ashingtoa Citv and Baltimore, en rente. New Y ork passengers have tbe privilege ot visiting Washington City Baitimur and Philadelphia, en route. Boston Pas sengers nave the privilege ot visiting vr asningtoa City. Baltimore; Philadelphia, and New York, en route, at precisely the same cost for tickets as viay any other route. This is the only route that can give-pass enters the. advantage of a through tickets, or baggage checked to Washington City. - -' E2f Ask for Xlcketa ! Bellafra 'l JNO L. WILSON, Master of Transportatiomf' L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. JNO. W. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Act. may8-B . . -.. , .. .. -:; 4. ; ; Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad. : ZEmX-mst TrAiiia' Z-aliy, ' ' EXCEPT SUNDAY.' " 1 From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the ' Utile rtllanii Colnmbaj 3c Xesilsa ' i ll j Itails-SMCls-a il I I . . ' NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:10 A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Uilead. : Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Welling ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at " 6:15 A. M., New York 7:00 A. M This train leaves hunda? night, but not Saturday. . . , NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus ' at 5:00 A.M. Will stop at ell way stations. This 1 train starts from tie Freight Yard. ' NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1 11:10 A. 11 . ill stop at Delaware.Cardington.Gal-. . ion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington. ' Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 30 P. M.,New York next day at 3:46 P.M. MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Colombo at 1:15 ': P. Will stop at Worthiiigton, Lewis Center Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shil. h New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea, Ar- niatrol.nr! .1 B vO P tt Na VnrV P.M. SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL AWARE Leaves Columbus at S5 P. M. Will stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring field, arriving at Delaware at 4:50 P. M., Springfield 7:35 P. M. 1 bis train leaves Springfield at T05 A. U . ll.t.. O.RC A U . fla..!,.. 11.-00 A. M. . . . . , .. Patent Sleeplmg: Cars are run ost al I 1 is lit 1'rains to CbicsaaT, Mew l'ork and : noetoa. ... j , .... . . , . k . . a-Bagrsge checked through to' New"Y ork Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia New York, via Crestline. RETURNING: '' Ninht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:05 A. M. Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 1S.-C6 noon. Mail Train arrives at Colnmbus at 9:30 P. M. . ' Springfield Accommodation arrives atCotumbna et 105 A. M. ,i . .. - ,. i , ,- : - , ; Fare as Lsw as Tow any Other Route. Ask for Tickets ria Crestline or Cleveland. E. 8. FLINT. "- '- -. .,, Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio. ' JAMES PATTERSON, Agent. Columb s.Ohio. Columbus, April x, 1867. , FLe-tall Frloes OF . AT THE . . CHINA TEA STORE ... .. I ; . . -I i 135 SS. Hisjh Street. (Goodal s BeassJ 1 Yonng Hyson $1.30, U0, best $1.80 per lb. Imperial $130, . $1,60, best $1,80 per lb. Oolong, Black, $1 00, $1US0, best $1.80 per lb. Eng. Breakfast, $1,40, best $1.50 per lb. Oonpowder, $1.40, best $2 00 per lb. Japans, Twankays and Powohongs, IS to $1 80 per lb. . The Prioe of the Long Arm Chop Tea is Eedoced to $1.00 per lb. je5-d1Ubw6m ' EN OS BELLE B. 135 S. HIGH ST. DR. TUCKER S VISITS.' COLUMBUS UNITE STATES II O tel. December 3d and 4th, January 23d and S4ih, March loth and llth, April 28ih and ssth. JuneSib and 8th. . .-- , , Dr. TUCKER has visited Columbus about ten years. His great s access in curing his patients is well known. No physician eould do a lrge prac tice in one place for ten years unless he was skillful and reliable. This rouBt be evident to all.! Inval ids can therefore apply with full confidence that he will perform all he promises them. Dr. Tnekai's great experience renders his advice and treatment invaluable to such as have failed to be cured by others. He trea's all Chronic diseases of the 1 hroa Lungs, Heart, Liver, Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys. Blood and Nerves. He furnishes medicines.' Ex amines free, but gives no eredit. , . oot2-wtl COLUMBUS ,! ,: 6 R CAN FACTO THE (JNDTEKSIGNED HAVIMu jnst completed a Pipe Organ for the German Inde pendent Church, on Moond street. Columbus, takes this method of informing the publie, and partieu laily Church committees throughout the State, that he is l ow reaay i ";r vimun oi any siseand price, and refers parties interested to tbe FacatorV:U8SOOBPl ooU5-dtf .. li...-.-.