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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
.,..' 3 hawing the arrival and departure of trains at Co , u tubus. Ohio. On and after Monday.. Nov. S3d s trains will ran as follows t I Cle-reland, Ooluikns Sr. Clam R. K.1 ; 1 ' -. i ' :'ikav. mmt" - N.Y.Aestrn Express.-. 1:55A.M. 1:35 A. M iix. .N ew York Express ..11:10 A. M. ' 1:30 P. M. Mail and xprees 8:40 P.M. 9:25 P.M. , ' . Springfield Aooom.Via Do!.. 3:30 P..M. 10:5 A. M. Do. 1 Accommodation....... 5:00 A.M. 7:45 P.M. 7''." 'This train loaves Sunday morning not Monday. ; . .. rAl I.CK.3U.N A Sent. . L.ittle miaml ICslambm&Xenla tt.K , ,MietitT5xprs..... mm a. m." io a.m UineinnaU Aooommodatioir.-5:00 A. M. P. M . :m;J Express 15 P.M. 11:00 A.M. Express 6:00 P. M. 1:00 P. MS V V.-. i ft ; : W. H. H. Shinn, Agent, " Baltimore & Ohio Kailroad, Central by ': Onin Biwi.lon. , '. " "'"' ' "" r.SAVB.'l AHKIV. Night Express S:S5 A. M. 13:10 A. M" ? Lightning Expreee....... 11:10 A. M. 6:3j P. M- t'lixprasa .Mail.. SUS P M. li-JO P. M. ! ,,,r ...n, r . )( ... ... A. J). Smith, Agent. , ( Vsiamtaii Chicago and Indiana Cen . tral Hailwar. . . . . (1,1.. IHVJ, '' A Rill YK a hk.j Jtjjjht Express.:. ...120 A. M- SKH) A. Ifo '" TnldA Kinr.M ti:O0 A. M. J-OS P. M. WnatHra k,xoroea 5:50 P. M. , 7:56 P. M. 'l Day lixpr3.. ....... 105 P. M. 11:00 A. M. .. ,. ;, g.a.hiu. Agent. ..' Pittsburgh, Cincinnati tc t., Louis t " " IIATB. ARMVW. ': Tort Expres :16 A. M. 12:00 Mid't LKuii Lightning Express.. ...... 1130 A. M. 65 P. M. and xree SuSP.AI.,, 12:45 P. M. j. l)eiinisonAosommodation 5)0 A, M. 6:40P.M. New York Express run dally. All other trains fxm daily, exoept Sunday. - - --DeniiisoB Aooommodation starts . from freight RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE. CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. I ARRITKS. ' A. M. P. X. ''lEastira' Thnmirh Malls' a. m. p. ir 1 ix . MuoenTiue ana . . , Pittabunrh: 130 12:30 10.-00 T:30 .:i 4:15 7:30 730 11 -JO .,.,..T.(ttle Miami R- R.. Way 1:55-11:301 K. &.. 1 rZanesTille & Wheeling. 1 12:30 ' 1230 ' lrf1 T30. f'lvl sj. u. wJ..--.J.'. ,t' '"UCt Lt hro8h, and ui ; If Portsmouth.........;... :... ill 'anoaster, Ohio.....;..;.u. ...i i East ay.N ationai Koad. 100 - acjfernon Way. Wester-. Tifle &c.: t. -- ie:so oSfforth Columbus and Clin-' - .. 'tonTille.;..-.. ...... .1030 Vi ashington CoSwHar-1 .risbarg, ,Uri-weeklJl t . arrives , ilondftys Wed-I i";,f nesdays, Fridays, and J MlM ; leawos Tuesdays, Thr8r. i:'l .-00 11.-00: T;30 0 8:06 ' 730 T30f .. 1S:46 1:0 10 730 r. A . aara ana tiaturaays.-.-j ly 3 Tuesdays, thursdays Hit. " ..w.' 136 t-' J. WOOD Postmaster. FROM PESTH. [Correspondence of the Ohio Statesman.] PESTH, Dec. 15, 1868. TJiB. Diet hastldsedj and the Israelite m.w,Cforigres has opened.. It was called to gether for the 10th that is, the day on s --which-4he ;Ditt was dissolved, but, acj cording to a time honored, parliamentary .!' sa.e three days' grace were given for the arrival of members, so that the offi ii ciai opening' was only yesterday. ; In the very ' beart. of the town,' close by the large Joseph's Barracks, originally destined as a hospital for prisoners, but "almost exclusively5 used for other;; 'mllitary. purposes, li:es the 'County Hall " of the" united 'counties" of PesthJ- Pilis t and olthr It contains a fair sized hall, f 'where the -'Quarterly ' meetings are held, " ''jahd tik 'as the: locality-assigned for 5 the'sittings of -he- Israelites' Congress. 'r The choice of this locality alone was the 'most' eloquent witness ot the' times we ara ?i'n'l in and of 'theradical, change " and progress since" the last twenty years, ii Scarcely twenty; years" ago the' County t, I'fcfr'iLalfe;. were- a sort of sacred ' sanctuary, , .. wbere only a small number of the privi ' legedT bad free access, the mass of the nIriionipriVilege(L going there': only when 1 -forced to dosO by ft lawsuit, or by some, ,(': even more "tangible1 inotives,' .and associ--i) 'gating it always in their minds with fines,i W? prison and the hazel stick, j lj!; ) Among the t pariahs there was a pariah .vendors, unprotected, fill-treated, and than the rest of them, and that , ; -Wtts : flitf ' Jewv ' He was the pariah , of . y :Variabs,,4nsulted,1 hated' arid, despised, f t een r"J.: nie . ieuow-panans. . ; jxo, was -05 ;ihB stranger in that country i to whom the very idea of right was denied, and who 'nty by means; of hia thrift and cua-r? .r aing, could maintain himself under thesei i ""''adverse a circumstances. '-;: Of 6ut8p- 4here; ' were-1 some ' "amongU' them who iforked ' themselves. 'iip. 'put', of ; this ab 'jec't stated but they !soon" found that the 1 1- greatest wealth; could not wash off the Btaia attached to them, so they yielded, ""as a"rule' to the "exigencies of the case had turned Christians. " " ' ' - ' , ' -vTesterdayf theses-despised pariahs of former' days :".had ; "exclusive; possession of "the sacred 'precincts- of the Metropol itan County of Hungary, v: Xt was a tri--1 iai "Himp'U-over prejudice -such as the most sanguine, xrefomer scarcely dared . to rjTeams0fv:' Tbey had met there asa le, gally; rreorganizedT. religious conference" fof4be Bake of ixing the future copstitu r tion of?the; Jewisb"c6r4munity injHun--imon gary. ;,' Like-ever 6ther, religious1 cohv- w muuitj, they. are to organize themselves .tuafccfreely nd manage their own schools, foundations. &c., according to the forms r-?k-ney may fix, .; .. .' . ! In spite of the; abject state in which n Israelites havTlived ina Hungary they f-,,jpa ldeniifie'd themselyes to a rare ex Y'iiiefj.tenViwith. the people among whom they,. il: livedj '-No effort can hide the peculiar.- wi'lies of the '-Jewish acfcerrt when the Hun '""''jgaria'ifiJe'w speak's Gerrn'an'hile, es ji iK1! pecially'among the younger generation, liawben speakinj? Hungarian, not .the most .VMitfrf cunning eaircan detect a difference . from ;,".tarnalappearance.the peculiarity of race .r'Iltliaafiemained unchanged, as is; patural "wherethtre have been no intermarriages. j,'i'tlla's;'qulte'6trange to see a; whole as J.j,,, sejabiy aui audience of one family type, A -altbtfugh the variations from the old pro ji; sea iwiricial Bible to the stylish young Jewess ''', ' of, the capital would have been a harvest ..for-a Bavarian. .. . i- f r . . sLong before it .struck 10 o'elockthe'" ifi "t'me fixe4 for: the opaning of the pro .'j" ''pe.ediDg8 'every. ' available '" space was ini 4enselyi,erpyded,'.r Althoiigh this is the first meeting of the Israelites, they seem l already o" Cava" their "popular men find' leadra,',anr'as. ope'alter. another iad entered be was relieved- with, cheers by his : partisans. : Naturally the struggle ' between the reformers.and tbe.adherents to the "old faith has been" going on a long time in Hungary; each Jiad its champipna - who are as well known in their seats aa, any other publio men. .. . xhe Minister of Publ'ib Worship, Ba ron Estros, opened thai Congress him Sx.j. jcselfc:' He had instituted the idea of the Congressandto his efforts it is due that ..theriiea-waft iealiaed'5His position be tween the two antagonistic : parties was ii.".rMiilnot an 6ay one but.-'tA judge by the If -elcome he received, one may 'conclude rtbat habas i held, the ybalance .with fair 1 impartiality.; ! Iu his address he had told fcntbem that the law -having placed Israe lites on a footing of pqualiry-with the i ti the task x. regulating the independence dence T . of the Israelites aa a religious bddysJ H .aqknoWffl3"-1111. thei;e were tdifficul , ' ties in tbe jway. buthoped tliat the tact -(J the perse verahbe" which 'Jhj Israe- lites bad shown nndr pressure of a thousand years would conquer; them. Possibly Bonfa of the Deputies might differ about relisiouS rites, but all, he was eure. wished the maintenance of their religion;" arid this1 was only 'possi ble by an organization of the elements which have bitherto been dispersed an organization which would facilitate the inspection of the State, and . make an independent administration possible. J After an Office. Yesterday a sable - the "best government in the world," sur mounting the elevated, seat of a dilapi dated carryall, drove up" to the central station in this city and inquired for the "boss." The- unique vehicle contained his ancient dame and two diminutive scions of the. "house." A quadruped which a very polite man, with' due re gard to the sensibilities of the animal, might dignify with the distinctive appel lation of mule, had the honor of pulling the conveyance and its loyal freight. 'Word being conveyed to Captain Cain that a visitor wished' to see him on busi ness of importance, that gentleman soon made his appearance. .- . What do you want f " , , .. ; " Git to stop with you, boss. ! '. v u "Want to stop with me ? " inquired the astonished officer. ': !'J r :' " - O 2 Yes, boss; jisfor all night!" maM J ;lyoa want- to atay at the sta- ion to-night ? " ,4 r IT7 : l' Yes, sar." - . - - ' "But where; are, you. goingJrwitb,all that plunder " i i x i w ? J- S "Goin to Washington, sar !" "Where?' v"Goin'to Washington, sar 1" , . - ' Jf Wha Washington not to Washing ton t!ity.-r lis r j- i : i President is ! "What in the name of Heaven are you going there for ? " ' " Well, you see boss, Massa Grant's got de j)lace noWj and dey.say. we colored folks'gwine to'gtf all ds "officers when he gets in; so I's gwine to see if he won't make dis chile eub'ner ! " ryrif Is- needless t5 say that tl?e colored "gemman was- hospitably entertaineu and sent on his way rejoicing. yew Orleans Picayune. CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Notice. To all whom U may Concern : ' CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. ) . - . . . . Columbus, Ov, Hi v. S3, 1868.J . Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of Coiumbus, 'for making the following improvements, to-wit : For grading and paving the un paved sidewalks, gutters and crossings on tbe west side cf the va cant ground west of the market bouse, and for pa vine the balance of said vaeantcround with Nio. 1- sou pavement tram Town street to Rich street. Also, for laying a double row of flag crossing across Center alley on the south side of Spring street. Also, for laying a donble row flag crossing across Center alley at the south side of Long street. The same to be done in accordance with Diets and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi neer, and fiied in the office of the City Clerk.. - All persons claiming damages on account of said urnDosed imBrnveineiits. are reauired to file tLeir claims in the office of tbe Clerk, in writing, on or betore the Higbtb day ot January. A. u. in s. nov25-dltaw4w City Clerk Paving Notice. To all whom it may concern : City Clem's Ofpick, T 4 COLCHBUS. 0..1)eo. 31, 1868. I Tfotioe is hereby siren, that proceedineshave been instituted in tbeCity Council of Colnmbos,for mak ing the following improvements, to-wit: Jb or building a double carriage way single span bridge at the crossing of the canal on friend street. "-- l' ,:- ' - - - '.. Also, for grading and paving tbe unpaved side walks, cutters and crossings on Young street from broad street to ftate street. .. - - Also, for bnilding a double row flag -stone pave ment across Jf'alr alley upon the south side of Chap el street. Also, for buildinr a 30-inch brick sewer on Gay street fronvlourth street to Fifth 'street. . x The same to be done in accordance witn plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engin eer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk. All persons claiming damages on account ot said uroDosed - improvements, are reauired to file their claims in the office' of 4he Clork, in writing, on or before the f ourth day -of F ebruary. A. U. 1868. dec28-dltaw4w City Clerk. An Ordinance ?o asses a special tax upon the real estate bound ing Higii utieet. from a point 125 feet south of lane. Skctton 1. He it ordained bv the Citv Council of the City of City of Coiumbus. That the sura of feleveo. Dollars, 'inirty-one uents, ji.igDt ana tour tenth Mills, be and the name is hereby levied and assessed upon' each foot iront of- the several- lota of land bounding or abutting upon High ttreet from a mint l'ia teet soutn ot .lend street to tne soutu ineof South Fablic Ijane, as the san e are desig nated npoa ft e plat of the Civil Engineer, on file in the office of the City Clerk, for the cost and ex pense oi grading and paving the gutters and road way with wooden block pavement (Micolson), ex cepting that part between the rails of one trsck of Meet reel railroad, along tnn same, according to tee estimate of the Citr Civil Engineer, with the fol lowing credits for old .material: inlot No. 243. er. tiyi loot oarbrat 29 cents; inlot No. -243, er. S3K fe;t of curb at St6 cents: inlot 311. or. 62 feet of curb at 36 cents; inlot 239, cr. 62 i feet curb, at 31 cents; inlot 23, cr. 11 feet curb, at 31 cents; inlot 354,or, 82 i feet curb at 26 cents: inlot 355, cr. G-.'Ji feet eurb. at 26 cent?;, inlot 356, or. 49 feet enrb, at 26centr; inlot 357. or 55 feet ourb, at 26 cents; in- iots 358, 359 and 360, or. lx leet eurb, at SB cente; N. of inlot 361, or. 314' feet curb, at 26 cents; 6. H ot inlot 35", cr. leet ourb, at V6 cents. S'C. 2, That the owners of tbe several lots of land upon which tho foregoing assessment is made. snail pay tne amounts ot money oy tiem severally due in that behalf, to John Walsh, fc CoJ. w thin twenty day- lrom the date of this ordinance, or be subject to the interest and penalty ailoaed upon the sameby law. t- - ' - -3 Sko. 3. All ordinances heretofore passed, mak ing partial assessments for gradins and paving the roadway of High, street, from a point 125 fett t-O'ith of Friend street, to the South lineol booth Fublic lane, be and tne same is ne eny repeated. An Ordinance WM. NAGHTEN, President of the City Council. Passed Dec. 28. A. D. 1868. Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk. An Ordinance Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of tbe city of Columbus. That there be and is hereby appropriated from any money in the Treas ury not heretofore appropriated, the following sums of moaov, to-wit: ' t or expenses ot Direct vommissioner and Cnain (rue. 21000. . - For expenses of Fire Department and payment of old dems, s'-!.5uu. . For expenses of City rolica. (1.450. For the piyment of salaries of City Officers, For the pay 3 ent of Printing and Stationery. (500. For payment of expenses of City Park. $2,000. For payment of lias and Gas Lights, $4,000. F'or tbe payment of Incidental Exponses, $500. For payment of Temporary Loan, 30,000. For payment of expenses of Sewers and Drain age, $luo. - -For 'payment rf expense .-of building Nieolson pavement, tl21 75, .-- n -a. F'or the payment of expenses of East Grave Yard, $10. ror tne payment ot expenses ot uoodaie rark, S400. For th payment of not: due J. II. Pagh on the lit January. 1889. $1,200, . . .... For payment of expenses of Market House, $100 For nart Davment of Taoiuas C. Thurman. fo 0 Hating 1-aws and Ordinances, $300. Seo. 'i. The seve.'al sums ot money appropriated by tbe foregoing section shall be expeuded in the manner prescribed by the fifth section of tbe ordi nance defining the duties ol the City Clerk, passed WM. NAGHTEN, President of the City Council. President of the City Council. Passed Dec. 28, A. D. 1868. Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk. Eesolution to Contract. SetoVota, That the City -Civil Engineer be, and he is hereby authorized and directed to contract in the name of tbe city of Columbus, with Michael Ualvin, for building a double row flag crossing across Centre alloy at the south side ot Spring street, upon the following terms, to-wit: F'or excavating or grading. Twenty-fire cents per cubic yard. ... F'or boulder paving. Forty cents per square vard . For nagging. 14 inches wide. Fifty oents per lin eal UUi. - Adopted Deo. 28,1868., , . . - ... .. i k l ii W W A"8t ; - L- K-- WILSON , iani-dlf ''-' o.ty Clerkr Besolation to Contract. Stsolvtd. That the Citv Civil Kniri he is hereby authorised anc directed to-contract in tbe name of the city of Columbus, with Micbae Galvio. for buUding a double row flag crossing across Center alley at the south side of Long stieet, upon tbe following terms, to-wit: F'or excavating or grading, Twenty-five cents per cubic yard, ,'v --iwr - - 'at boulder aving. Fortyi oeats per square yard. For flagging, 14 inches wide, CO oents per lineal foot. Adopted Deo. 28, 1868. . J(. AMMt! -E-WILSON. City Clerk. jan4-dlt 'iiiu . ... m.t';.' An Ordinance To change the name of North Publio lane. J 1 -Section l..Be4t ordained bythe City Council f T nf Il.lnn.hnl . Th.k th. nam. r Public lane, be changed to" fi ash ten street. WM. NAGHTEN, President of the City Council. President of the City Council. Passed Dec. 28, A. D. 1868. Attest: L. E. WILSON, City Clerk. - - PRINTING. .lt m -trait I Printing-. THE LABI3EST APID MOST COM BOOK & JOB PRINTING E3TABUSIIMENT IN CENTRAL OHIO. Nos. 35, 38 & 40 North High St, f : I COLUMBUS, OHIO" The attention the Business Publie called to -tt-the superior facilities of this Establishment. We have in constant use Eleyerr Steanr Power . Presses OF IHK BEST AHD LATEST KINDS And our ability to get out work promptly is , . surpassed in tbe West. We have lately j; ": i made additions t our already L.1KGG TARIE1 PSINTIHG1 TYPES, And we feel confident to satisfy all who iray give :: :. ui a call. Our large fonts of type enable us . . todoall kinds of - -! .' BOOK PKlKTIiGJ n the most prompt and excel'ent manner, and we call the attention of those wanting anything ' ... . in this ine to the v EXEGANT SPECIMENS That we have executed in th past year. JOB " PKINTINGr ! The reputation of this House for fine Job Printing is well known to the business community. Employing, as we do. none but the Best of. Workmen.' And having a full assortment of the L ATEST and CHOICEST i t :- 1 ! ! ..... ' ' STYLES OF TYPE, We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction. ' j'; if 'r; ' f. 3 i ' ? : r ;!: - I frU.; 's J 5 iLt, U.IIID3 OF t Mercantile, Railroad, , Bank and B j Commercial " Printing, '.SUCH 18 Bill Heads, ;i'rCardsi-i Circulars, iy., Letter Heads, Blanks of an kinds- Checks, ; ; Drafts, &C.', &c. 'lN FACT. ' EVERY KIM) OF JOB 'PRISM Needed by the business publio. We also keep on hand a larger stock of PAPERS OF ALL KINDS Than any other Printing House in the city such as Super Royal Sledium, . Pemv, Cap, Crown Cap, 1 i. -.'V "" - ' abetter and . . r : .1 Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as we do, directly from the manufacturer, we are . enabled to do our work at correspond- ' ingly low rates. We are Sole t Agents for the -i v CELEBRATED - PAPERS OF BLANK BOOKS We particularly call attention to the Blank Books manufactured by us. W e are preuared to fill all. orders for Tiedeers. ST ouruala, ' ' Dav Boohs, CasIi Booli. m I ' And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul ing and binding, and we oha lehge competition in tins line. GIVE US; A. JO Xa NEVINS & MYEHS, 36, S8 A 4T WorthlIIgn Street, QOWMBUS. I'lIIISfllllS, DRY GOODS. A. C. HEADLEY & CO.. 250 AND 252 SOUTH HIGH STREET, ARE KOW OPENING THEIR WINTER STOCK OF STAPLE ..i ; , AXDJ FANCY, . DRY ; " GOODS ! SO C -.Jf S'.3 ; CX T-S'-'i. sJX i.X O ' - ' ' - : . ;;' t' DRY GOODS. r ' -MEDICAL. ANHOOD. IN THE YOUNG AND RISING generation, the vegetative power of life are utrong, but in a few years how often the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye, and emaciated form, and the impossi bility of application to mental effort, show its baneful influence. It soon be comes evident to the observer that some depressing influence is checking the de velopment of the body. - Consumption is talked of, and perhaps the youth is removed from school and sent into the country. This is one of the. worst move ments. Removed from ordinary di versions of the ever-changing scenes of the City the powers of the body too much enfeebled to give zest to healthful and rural exercise, thoughts are turned inwards upon themselves. If the patient be a female, the ap proach of the menses is looked for with anxiety, as the first symptom in which Nature is to show her saving power in diffusing the circulation and visiting the cheek with the bloom of health. Alas 1 increase of appetite has - grown by what it fed on ; the energies of the system are prostrated, and the whole eoonomy is deranged. The beautiful and wonderful period in which body and; mind undergo so fascinating a change from child to woman, is looked for in vain y the parent's heart bleeds in anxiety, and fancies the grave but waiting for its victim. HEEMB OLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU. For Weakness-arising from excesses or early, indiscretion, attended with the following symptoms : Indisposition to insertion, lioss ot Power, .Loss ot Mem ory, Difficulty of Breathing, General Weakness, Horror of Disease, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horror of Death, .Night bweats, Jold eet, Wake' fulness, Dimness of Vision, Langonr, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System, Often Enormous Appetite with Dyspeptic Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushing of the Body,' Dryness of the Skin, Pallid Countenance and Eruptions on the Face, Pain in the Back, Heavi ness of the Eyelids, Frequently Black Spots Flying before the Eyes, with Temporary Suffusion and Loss of Sight, Want of Attention, Great Mobility, Restlessness, with Horror of Society.- .Nothing is more desirable to such pa tients than Solitude and nothing they more dread, for Fear of Themselves; no Repose of Manner, no Earnestness, no speculation, but a hurried Transi tion from one question to another. , . . These symptoms, if allowed to go on which this Medicine invariably re moves soon follow Loss of Power, Fa tuity, and Epileptic' Fits, in one of which' the patient may expire. During the Superintendence of Dr. Wilson, at the Bloomingdale Asylum, this sad result occurred to two patients ; reason had for a time left them, and both died of epilepsy. They were of both sexes, and about twenty years ot age.. ' - . Who can saythat these excesses are not frequently followed by those dire- ful diseases, Insanity and Oonsump tion 1 The records of the Insane Asy lums, and themelancholy deaths by Consumption, bear ample witness to the truth of these assertions..' In Lunatic Asylums the most melancholy exhibi tion appears. The countenance- is ac tually sodden and quite destitute neither Mirth or Grief ever visits it. Should a sound of the voice occur, it is rarely articulate. " - - "With woeful measures wan Despair Low sullen sounds their grief beguiled." Whilst weregret the existence of the above diseases and " symptoms, we are prepared to offer an invaluable gift of chemistry for the removal ot the conse anences: Hklmbold's Highly Con centrated Fluid Extract op Buchu. There is no tonic like it. It is an an chor of hope to the surgeon and patient and this is the testimony of all who have used or prescribed it. Sold by Druggists and Dealers every where. Prepared at II. T. HELM BOLD'S Drug and Chemical Ware house, 594 Broadway, N. Y. ' :i' BECOMMESD AXIOM'S. ' ' ' ' Great Salt Lake City, Utah. ; - January 28. 18G8. Mr." H. T. HELMflotD Dear Sir Your"!' communication reqnestiDf; our terms' for advertising was duly received biit';from; a prejudice I bad formed agaiflst' advertising "cures for secret diseases," it waslelt unanswered, uur ingan accidental conversation in a Drug Store the other evening, my mind was chanced on the character ot your Hv chu. It was then highly commended for other diseases by two physicians present. Inclosed please find our rates of advertising, xours, &c, ' T. B. H. STENHOUSE, Editor and Proprietor of Daily and Semi-Weekly lelegraph. N". Y. S. Vol.. Institctb, Cor. 5th Ave. Si 76th St., Ceutrai Park (A Home and School for the Sons of de ceased Soldiers.; . Dr. H. T. Helmbold : Two bottles only of the package of your valuable Bucuo presented to the Institute have been used by the children, and with per fect success.-In the case of our little Lieutenant A.""J., his pride is no longer mortified, and he is free from the daily morning anathemas of the chambermaid who has charge of his bedding. ; I feel that a knowledge of the result of our use of your Buchu with the children under our charge may save many a Su perintendent and Matron of Boarding Schools and Asylums a great amount of annoyance ; and many a poor child suf fering more from weakness than from habit, may be spared punishment," that is (not knowing it as a weakness instead of a bad habit) -most unjustly inflicted upon them. Thanking yon on behalf of the children, and hoping others may he alike benefitted, 1 am respectfully yours," ' ' ' COL. YOUNG, ii General Sap't and Director. V June: 16 1866. .Xj,Mwihwwrtr;' TRANSPORTATION. NEW TIME EAST BALTIMORE & OHIO BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Tbree Train. LeaTsCol.mbni (Union Depot), Dully (Sunday, fexcepted.) '35 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arriringat Zanesrille at :13 A. M.; Bellaire at 1030 A. M . Baltimore at 6 is A. H.; Washington City at 8:0 1110 A. M.LIGHTNING EXPRESS- rriving at ZanesTille at 1:47 P. Mj. Bellaire at 6:10 F. M ; Baltimore at 11:10 A. M.; Washington City at 1235 P. M. SWS P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes ville at 4:66 P. M.; Bellaire at 9:16 P. M.; Baltimore at 45 P. M.; Washington City at 530 P.M. , . Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York. Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern cities hare the privilege of Visiting Washington City Free. No Change of Cars at Ohio River SLEEPING CARS ON ALLr NIGHT TEAIX& ; Aalc for TICKETS via BELLAIBE JNOL. WILSON. Master of Transportation. v;.,. Ji4V vJ?uoral ncsei Agent. JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Agf. PAPER WAREHOUSES. PAPEB WAREHOUSE. The attenlioa of the Trade is called to the superi or stocaoi . PAPERS OF ALL RINDS. Just received ndf sale by NEVINS & MYERS 36s 33 & 40 NORTH i IG0 ST., ' CO LU MB US Our stock eomprises a full line of Book tWrltlngi . Colored and 'Print Papers We have a full stock of ENVELOPES, Of all sizes and varieties, which will be sold at the lowest market rates. OVS STOCK or - . Ifl unsurpasaed in the city, including . , BRISTOL BOARD 1 . R. R. CHECK, : COLORED of ail kinds : And BLANK. GIVE US A. . d A.JL NETUS &. MYEK8. nov2" NEW YORK. REEVES' AMBROSIA IT O It THE HAIR. . Improved! . It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. -' It causes the Eair to Curl leautifully. .' It keeps the Scalp Ciean and Healthy. It invigorates the Roots of the Hair. It forces tbe Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly. It immediately stops Hair Falling Out. '! ' '.', It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age. It rescorts Grey Hair to itu Original Color. It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for years.' : t is composed entirely of simple and purely vegot ble substances. . It has received over six thousand voluntary testi monials of its excellence, many which are from physicians in high standing, j It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown . in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole sale by Demas Barnes & Co.; F. C. Wells & Co.; Schieffelin & Co.. Now York. SCHST-mch27-dly J. VIBNNOT & CO., GENERAL NEWSPAPER r Advertising: Agents. 133 Nassau Street, New 1'orK i iEstablUhtd in 1862.) . We beg to call the attention of advertisers to our agenoy. Our facilities with all the first olass daily papers in the country are second to none, and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con ditions which cannot fail to give superior induce- menu. We also send advertisements to all Cuban aid South American papers, with whom we hare exesive contracts Wearetbeonlv house doing a SPANISH ADVERTISING BDSINESS. We can, by speoial permission, refrr to Mr. H. T. lIblmbold, Druggist, 694 Broadway, New Yo k. i Messrs. S. R. Vandgzxb A Co., 198 Greenwich ' street. New York. - ' Messrs. Hall & BuoxjIL, S18 Greenwioh street, NewTork. . - Messrs. U. Bb tree's SOR A CtK, Type FounderslS Chambers street. - i, ; -, Messrs. Pbaloh A Son, New York. '' : -Messrs. PBibeM (fc Collsndkb, New York, j . .,. Messrs. Tahkamt A Co.. New York. .J? : Messrs. Cbickbhimo A son. New York, i - u i. , Messrs; Ranw at i Co..New York. , r . oot30-eod3in - - -u--'! TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, —AND— INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY The Shortest Route West No Change of Cars Chicago, Keokuk and Indianapolis. FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Uepot. - iuiuous. on anu alter nov. B2, iggg u follows: 8 'Art M- TOLEDO AND DETROIT FT .UU PRESS (Sundays excepted) ArrivX. at Uilford 9:17 a m. Urbana 10:10 al. BeUefonurne ' SV"1J P m. Piqua 11U6 a mjl'e ledoB-SOpm. Detroit Waopm. Tbis train is run sxnrMflfv fn- ti.j- j r . . . , v . - j - ,viwu nrit. xr troit business, arriving at both places 3 lienr ahead of any other route. - , 1lX KA- MAIL ASR PEORIA ETPRESf ULO (Sundays excepted). Arrives at Brad.ord Junction 4:40 p m, Richmond 6:06 p m Indianaoo lis 80 p m, Logansport 100 p m, Chicseo 80 am Peoria a5 m. Galesburg 9.-00 a m. Burlington Iowa, 11:05 a m. keoknk 130 p m. Qaincv " p m LouisvilleaO a m. 1 erre Haute llu.7 p m Mattooa 233 a m Cairo 4:40 p m, Pana 4:0T a m. Alton 8.-00 a m. St. Louis 9:15 a m, Lafayette 13.-00 mid. Spring field, Ills, 7:j0 a m. Passengers by this train reaoh St. Louis the next morning 8 hoar, ahead and for points west of at. Louis and Keokuk one train in advance of all other routes. 550 SfeSHiCAJGOAIrOT.'LOUI8EX KRESS (bundays excepted). Arrives at riquansra pm. ioiedocso a m. Detroit 8:10 a m. Bradford Junction 9:30 p m. Loranspnrt S0 a m Chicago 8:00 a m. Indianamlia s-jir. m. T u.... 60 am. UattoonB:l6a m. Pana 11:00 a m. Alton a:oo p m. St. Louis 4; 00 p m. Lafavette ljsm. bprinEbeld. Ills., 4:as p.; m. Quinoy ll.-oo p m, Keo kuk 1:00 a m. Louisville 8 flu . m iju m, Memphis 10.-00 a m. , " SSr Sleeoinecars run in thin frnin rn r'tnn,. bus to Chicago and St. Louis withoutcbange. This is decidedly the best train from Colrmbus to Chi cago, St. Louis and Louisville, as it makes quicker time and arrives at St. Louts and Louisville 9 hours ahead and makes direct connections fur all points West and South one train in advance of any other route. 191 A KIQHT EXPRESS. Daily via Lt:J Indianapolis (Mondays excepted), via Logansport. Arrives at Bradford J unction 4:16 a m. Logansport 8:40 a m. Chicago S6 p m. Peoria 5-35 p m, Keokuk 10:46 p m, Indianapolis 838 a m. lerre Haute 12:15 p m.Evansville IMpm. Mat toon 3:18 pm, Cairo 4:15 a m, PanaJlKiOpm. Alton 90 p m, lt. Louis 10:15 p m.Jfayette 8:10 p m. Louis l Je 50 p m , 1 ashville 5:00 a m, Uamphis 4:16 p m. . ur.jo ..el arrive tDe same aay at ot. Louis 3 boors and i .h i...on a Lm.. . u . ,.t any other route. STATE BOOM SLEEPING CARS Runinlhis train from Pittsburgh tin Indianapolis. 49- Call for Tickets via Logansport or Indian apolis. , sar Tiosets tor sale at Union and PiqntDepots. Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket VIUUCb. . - i . : K. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent. J- M. LUNT. General Superintendent. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad. Pixw Tra.ix3.rn Pallor 'l EXCEPT SUNDAY.... , r " From Columbus, in connection with Trains, on th. Utile Miami Ac Columbus afc Xenia Ballroads. NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:65 A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardingtoo. Gilead. Galion, Crestline, Shelby, bhiloh. New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleve land al65 A. M.,New York 70 A. M. This train leaves Sunday morning, not Monday.' NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus at 5:00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This train starts from tee rreight Yard. NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 11:10 A.M. W ill stop at Delaware, Ashley.Carding ton. Galion. Crestline. Shelbv. New London. Wel lington. Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3:6c P. M ., New York next day at 3:30 P. H. MAIL AISU EATRESS-leaves Columbus atJ:40 P. M. Will stop at Worthington. Lewis Center, Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh, New London. Wellington. Grafton and Berea. Ar- riveat Cleveland at9:C0 P. M..New York 7:S P.M. . Passengers for Fort Wayne and Chicago, by tak ing this train, will get sleeping ear at Crestline at 8:00 P. M arrive in Fort Wayne at 11 0 P. M., Ch'oago at 6K)0 A. M.. being in advance of all oth er rout-s, have ample time for breakfast, and take tne earliest tram tor tne w est S PRI S GFIE LD ACCOM MODATTON" YIA DEL AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3:30 P. M. Will stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring field, arriving at Delaware at 3:35 P. M., Springfield 0:50 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at T.-00 A. M, arrives at Delaware at 935- A. H.; Columbus 10MW A.M. , i 1,: . j ;. , j Paten i Sleeping Can are run en al I - ' - Nieht Trains in Chicago, Nw-York and ' Benton. .... ,.tr Baggage checked through to New York and Boston, via Cleveland ; ahw to Philadelphia and New York, via Crestline. - RETURNING r ' ' Night Express arrives at Columbus at 1:46 A. M. Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus atl: P. M. ' -' - Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9i5 P. M. Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbus at 10:40 A.M. : : .: m :.,, Fare as lew aa fcy any Otbe Boute. Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. ' E. 8. FLINT, 1 . . Saperintendeot, Cleveland. Ohio. JAMES PATTERSON. Agent. Oolumb . s.'Ohio. Colnmbm. Not; 8. 1868. -N Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND— —AND— DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS On an after MONDAY, Nov. 23d. 1868; FOUR TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, 6T. V LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IN ' " DIANAPOLIS CHICAGO, ' Withou change of ears to DAY TON and RICH MOND, and only one change of cars to" IN , , DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO. " ' Connections are reliable as follow. .'".'' FIRST" TRAIN (Daily). ! - l " Leaves at 2 A. M. for Cincinnati, Ciroleville Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillioothe; stops at Lon - - don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a Cincinnati at 7.-20 a. m. SECOND TRAIN. 1 . : . , , (Daily' except Sundays J Leaves at 5IOO A. M. for Cincinnati, -Dayton Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at West Jefferson, London. South Charleston. Selma, ' Cedarville,Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow South Lebanon, Fosters, l.ovelan.1, Milford, ar riving 'at Cincinnati at 10:36 A. M., connecting ' with the Mail Boats. . - THIRD TRAIN. . (Daily except Sundays J Leaves at 1M5 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton aid Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at 6:30 P. M. " ' ' FOURTH TRAIN.' - i ; (Daily except Sundays.) -Leaves at B P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and Springfieid via London, stopping at Alton, West Jefferson, London, Sooth Charleston, Selma. ' Cd'arville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, andar . riving at Cinoianati at 10:40 P. M. Sleepintr Car. en -all Night Train., HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent. W. H. H. SH1AN. Agent. ( JOHN DTJBAND, 1 Genl Ticket Ag"tJ .,.,,' PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST, LOUIS RAILWAY. ' PAN BANDU3 ROUTE. On ana after Dec. 18th, 186?.. trains will run ss follows: Leave. N. Y. Express. Mail Fast Line, Columbus......S:l6A.M. JKBP. M.. 11S0A. M, Newark 4:35A.M. 3:35P.M. 12:30 P.M. Steubenville...S;54A.M. 9:45 P.M. 5:30 rM, Arrive at ' ' Pittsburgh ....12.00 M. 12:05 A; M., , .7S0 P. M. Harrisburg. ... 10:30 r.M. 12S r. M. 60 A. Philadelphia.. 80 A. M. 4:10 P. Mj ." S:50A. New York.... 6;15 A. M. 7:00 P, M. 12:20 P. Baltimore 3:30 A. M. 530 P. M. ' 9:20 A. Washirgton... 6:14 A. M. .10:10 P, M. . 12:35 P. Boston 6:00 P.M. -6:00 A. M. " 120 P. M. Ms M, M. M. M. E'csant state room sleeping 6ars on all night trains . ' On the fast Line tbe eelebrated "Silver Palace' day and night cars are run through from Columbus to Philadelphia and New York without change . - Passengers by tbe 30 A. M. Sunday train arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning an advantage never before offered. .s S P SCULL ' .'iS?1Tte,trt Steubenville. O. '. W. W. CARD. Superintendent, rHeubecville. O. t iiih.- t. . P-B.BROOKS, - Ticket Agent. Columbus O JOHN B. PETERS. Aeatl.,mt.r . U1, U FmnelO-dly . ' , , .MEDICAL' ICS. PnTtlOJlPUV JIB UlODTin . ConR8 or Lkoturhs. as delivered at tbe New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub jects ! How to live and what to- live for : Youth .atS.t, ,nd 01i A?.: Manhood general'y review ed: The cause of indigestion, 'flatulence and Ner- kaUSrXSS!1 & iPloSoph J Pooolumei ootIntai: these leotures will be forwarded to parties unable to attend, on rmint nf four stamp. bT dressing SECRET ARY?Ntw Yobi MrjggrM of Anatomy and Soibnc.. eia