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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
ffboWbu h urlvii And departure' of train at htm
ambus, Ohio. On and after Monday. Ala 14
ttabntuifolisvnt. .1 ,
CItiIbi Colanttms Cla'tl R. R. ' '
n. t; KWMtrruiMF.. iaiA.H. 100 A.M
w York Kxpress..,.. ...11:10 A. M. 13:10 P. M.
ail nd mnn u 8:30 P. M. Don P M
'.aware Accommodation.. 3:06 P. M. lo-s a.m.
no. 1 AmanauQi.u.i ,a w jl. n. 1:15 p. U,
, TtvU trainleeves Sunday morning not Monday. ':
' i .. JAMES PATTER80N Agent. ,
MUls Pliant! OolusabuscE Xenia . .
. HAT. arrive.
Night Express li:6(A.M
(Jinoinnati Aooommodation. 50 A. M. ' :35 P. M.
StpnM.w .w KSSP.M. 11:00 A.M.
Saproa . BUS P. M. 15 f. M
.,,,.u,,v .. . : ; : JNO. W. aJOHERT Y. Agent. . '
Baltimore ft- ehls RallrMdf Central
. . . !-' LI1TI.' i ARRIVE.
.... KM A. M. IMS P. M.
....11:10 A. M. 4:45 P. M
.... 1:M P. M. 11:30 A. M.
An D. Smith, Agent. ,
Ctlaatiii Chlcaa-o aai Indiana Cea-
. .(f.l. liul- lAV. .ARRIVE.
Night Express.....-.,r-.-J8:05 A. M. , . J:15 A. M.
A noommonatton. -..-. 6:45 A. M. 1:50 P. M.
Western Express;......-. P. M. tmo P. M.
Day Express 13:10 P. M. ll.-eo A. M.
ti v jj.v.i.i. Lite -,,:' v. --. A. Hill, Agent. ;
Saaduakjr, nTanafleld ft Newark. R.K. 1
I Trains, leare Newark and arriTe as follows-! "
..: . MATE. ARRIVE.' ;
Freight 00 A.M.' 95 P.M.
Mail and Express...,.-...;!; A.M. J.SS P.M. '
aaesDMotpra-....-..i---- B.4SP.U- S.45A.M.
aaaeaeuaawav. A. W. DxKNIS. Agent., j
rlttesurtrh, Cincinnati Jr. st.VXoals I
tauu vl s ui Railway. . ' -. 1 mj . ' -n,: ,
' ,,.f1 . uiti. . arrive. .
New Tork Bxpre...... 1:08 A. M. 11:18 P. M.
LightningExpress...;:....ll:0 A. M.' 6:00 P. M.
Mail and Express ......... :15-P. M.' V 11:66 A. M. ;
Dennison Aeoommoaation 8.-0 A. U. - - .40 P. M. j
..New York Expr run daily.- All other train '
ran daily, xept Sunday.
DenniKin Accommodation rtarta from freight
jacoV" u:-- r." - "'' -' -.
John B. Pxtebs, Agent.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
ABxrrn. 1 OKOBif.
A. K. P. K. A. M. . K
Eautarn Tnrowrh Haifa
Pittebnrgh IS JO M30 10:00
Eastern Way Maila. (. C-P . " , -
Sorthwest. Tia Ft, W. : i
-Ci.J.4J.G. 4 0. B. R, :Sa0 .j.-j
; j ioo
Chicago, Tia O. P. 1 1.
Little Miami R.K.
Little Miami B. B.. ff7;
AJ- . ft . . DtWI,
' Zanesrille A Wheeling. -
C. O. R Way
V- C 4 I.. Through and
...J. la jo
CiroleTi'lle" "Chiiii'oothe ' ' !
7K)0 1I .;30
X. 7 JO
... . ) :;'
i.i 1:00 i '
... , 1:00 , 1
Jiaet ay, f ationai Moaxt. - loan -lit.
Vernon Way. Wester- .
Tille. Ac 1C30 .
Horth Columbus and Clin- : .-
Washington C.,TiaHar-) ...
risburg. (tri-weeklyJ I ' '
rrivM. WondKTa Wed-1 ''.
: aesdays, A Fridays, and f "'
leave Tneadays, 1 nun-1
days and Saturdays.... j -Centre
Village, (tri-week-) '
lyj Tuesdays, Thunday8 111. :.
.. .... TMB
ana paturaays 1 . . .
Orrica Hocus. Office opens at IX o'clock A. M.,
and closes at 7 PvM., Sundays, opens at 84 A. M.,
and doses at M A; M. "1 - - ij '
Mails eleae on Sunday! at 6X P. M. -' - ' T
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
SONG OF THE TAXED.
BY SPENCER W. CONE.
Kook-a-by, babyyour father's a slave . -,
To the faoatie foot and the Radical knave,
And even the cradle you sleep in. poor dear. . . ,
May be sold to pay taxes in less than a year. - ' ' 1
He works for you harder each day than before, '
But each night brings him borne to a lessening store;
Foiv ef all that he earns, there's but little it leaves
After feeding pet negroes and Radical thieves.
iH taxed on thebat that he wears on his bead;
Tbe boots on bis feet and the sheet on bis bed; T
Every rag that he wearer every morsel he eats; 'j
His tea and his coffee, bis Dread and bis meats; ,.
Tbe pot tbey are cooked in. the cup that he fill". ; '
Every implement used e the land that he tills.
Svv toil that ha work with; the lamp that he
bUA . ... ' - '
The hatha work oh; the wages he earns
On the stove in the kitchen, the coal, too still
higher; - '- " 1 '
Art even tin match that sets light to the fire; .-
Ob bis pipe of tobaeoo, his whisky and beer;
On the medicine he buys for yon, poor little dear. .' ;
Tdbe iaxeshe pays we now see no end T -o,
not even Death, crushed humanity's mend; -They
tax e'ea hie ooiBn. his shroud and his grave;
And his baby must starve and his widow must slave
x To bile in the earth he bas hopelessly tilled, . 1
The heart-broken husband whom taxes have killed.
. : - -f
Bock-a by. hahy; sleep tnT whilst yon cap;
Than God far the yean ece you grow fc amani if
For, though your poor father to-day v, a slave
To the faoatio fool and the Radical knave, .
He'll vote for you, baby, that yon my oe spared '
Thaearse aad the ruin your parents have shared:
Aa4 pray ;that; your life may be saved from his .
. shame. - '
And the birthright of freedom be more than a
: name. '- "' ' 1
ni J.'ii 1- 1 ;'. . :fi 5
Boek-a-by, baby sleep sound while yea may, ,
And year father will work, and your mother will,
pray " ' .
That toeRadieal sharks, with their taxes and lie),
Bay be swept as a cloud from Ameriee's skies, 1
And a aew bow of promise be set in tie air,' .
With the conquering banner of Seymour and Blair.
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[From the New York Herald]
Stanton's Speech and its Omissions.
' .- !. ; sloaa. -j ;
1 When ex-Secretary' of War Stanton, ad-'
dressed his friends and fellow citizens of
Ohio, near Steuben ville, the other day. In,
tbe centre of tbe agricultural district'
which surrounds the bridge uniting tbe
Buckeye State with West Virginia, he:
said a good many excellent things ; but he
left a ftaod -many :-other r. things unsaid,
which may be regarded of some import
ance In the history of the war which be ap-,
parently attempted, to illustrate in his dis
course, .for example, h did not say any-,
thing about tbe outrages- upon tbe rights,
and liberties of citizens, directed by liim-self-and
carried out under his instructions,
during his term ot offlee. ,He was solemu
y silent about the,' numbers of American
cltizen8;locked up in , Fortress Monroe,
Fort Lafay ette and Fort Warren without
warrant or without any charge of crime
being registered against them.) He had no
explanation to give about these matters,
but skimmed them over as gracefully as
a swan goes over (be water. r, In the same
way, he skillfully avoided telling by what
intrigues he procured tbe office ot Secre
tary of War, or to what extent he cheated
and deceived everybody in order to keep
himself in that position. 60 long, despite the
will of tbe Executive and the desire of the
people. 4 Now, all these little revelations
Would have given considerable zest to Mr.
Stanton's speech,, because the publio would
naturally like to hear by what means and
more especially for what purpose, he kept
the authority of the executive at bay, and
only condescended to acknowledge the ex
istence of General Lorenzo Thomas, the
President's appointee to. the War. Depart
ment, by 'inviting him to take a drink,
while he kept tbe key of the War Depart
ment archives in bis pocket and defied the
authority of the- President. None of this,
although people ' would be delighted to
hear the, lairy tale from the lips of it au
thor.' ' .'' " ' r. ' j , -i
Mr. Stanton gives in this speech a Ho-"
meric picture of the services and valor of
the generals engaged in the war. He for
gets that the public were as watchful ob
servers of their career as Secretary Stan
ton, and know just how to allot to each
their full modicum of praise for services
well rendered to the republic. ' What Mr.
Stanton omits to explain in his speech is
the reason-why-sq -many private citizens
- were seized and incarcerated by his order
while he was Secretary ot War; apoawbat.
charges they -were so incarcerated and a
minute description of the pains, penalties
and indignities ' they were compelled to
suffer at his directions This would have
made the most interesting speech of the
campaign if these points were supplied,
and there is no one so competent to deliver
such a discourse as ex-Secretary Stanton
himself. The chief Jesuit among political
Jesuits, tbe feeble but mischievious imita
tor of Machiavel, aspiring to the rank with
out possessing the qualities of the bold, bad
Italian politician. Sir. Stanton bas attempt
ed to follow the Machiavellan policy, for
getting that tbe atmosphere , was wholly
Uncongenial for the growth of such a plant.
He undertook to grapple with the press;'
but he took bold of the Irresponsible su
bordinates and dared not touch the princi
pals.. Reporters were the game be sought
for the exercise of his spite. The proprie
tors of leading journals which did not sus
tain the weakness and corruption ot the
War Department be may have threatened,-!
but did dot attempt to punish. . Now, to
have said so much in bis late stump speech
about the war and the generals who fought
it ont so gallantly, which everybody knew
before,1 and not to say' a word aDout all '
these facts which we have indicated mast 1
be- regarded as a grave si a of oxnissiou on
the -part of Mr. Stautou.. ' ' - ' ' ' ''
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DR JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
THE ONL.V INFALLIBLE KEHEHV.
- Can be ginn with or withnnt the knowledge
of the patient. Dr. Johnston'j Treatise on "Drunk
enness, it Consequences and Cure." free on ap
plieation. Price of Kptoifio per bottle, 1.S0, cr
urea Domes lor 4.oe. -
Anj;. J. teclmellei,
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, Oolumbns, 0
. BOLD BY ALL DRDGGISTS.
eplT-dTAsAwly . . , . .
Auditor of State's Certificate
IV!,... r.TM ' . .-in .: .! h
AS TO THk BV8INXS3 AND AFFAIRS OF TBI
COMIXESTAL IXSLRASCE CO.,
rOJt TBS TIAS XNDlirg DECEMBER 31, 186T,
CapiUl folly paid wp
Amennt of available assets
CERTIFICATE : FUR PUBLICATION
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,)
Department of Insubakci. (
Columbus. O-. February IS, 1868.)
Tt Is hereby certified. That the Continental (Fire)
Inenranoe Comoany, located at New Tork, in the
Sttte of New York, bas oomplied, in all respects.
witn tne laws ot tnta state reianng to socn insur
ance Companies, for the current year, and has filed
in 'his Office a sworn Statement, by the proper
aate ot sucn statement, as iouows :
Amount of actual paid-up Capital.... tSoO.DOO 00
Aggregate amount of available assets.'. ..1,814,580 31
Aggregate amounf 01 Aoaouiues. tino.
Ji.inDrann.. -. S81.093 91
Amount of income for the pre eding year 801,085 10
Amouut of expenditures for the preced
ing year 681,443 47
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed
' ' mv name, ami caused the Seal of my
fskAlJ Offioe to be affixed, the day and year above
;j 1 1 ; written. . - . 1 1 ... ,
JAS. H. GO DM AN, Auditor of State
By Jas. Williams, Chiel Clerk.
Ceo. F, O'flarra & Co., Agents,
;i .; AS TO THS BUSIMISS AND AFFAIRS OF TH
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPY,
OF SAN FRANCISCO, flL.l
CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.)
Defartmbkt of Insurance.
COLrMBUs, Sept. 19th, 1668.)
It is herehv certified. Th&t the Facifii Insurance
Company, located at San Francisco, in the State of
tjamornia Das complied, in an respects, witn tne
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com
panics, for the oorrent year, and has filed in tnit
office a sworn statement, by the proper officers.
showing its condition and business, at the date of
sucn statement, as t olio ws. gold currency :
Amount of actual paid up Capital.... 1,000,000 00
Aggregate amount of available assets.. 1.388,818 09
Aggregate amount of Liabilities.. 1.. ,. 2SB,!30 88
Amount of income for the preceding
year.i.. 708,003 70
Amount of expenditure lor the pre-;
ceding year .', 63S.S85 16
In witness whereof, I have hereunto subsorihed
r. .'.Jmy name, and caused the Seal of my Office
Cskal. to be affixed, the day. and year above
i. ifTsti "'.' .Chief Clerk for Auditor of State.
- Geo. F. O'flarra & Co., Agents,
' -'(jfAijeHTOM Blocx), " 1 T
-t:-y .-iw-'f i; lUifi I Columbu, O.
' ' AS TO- TBB BUSINESS AND AFFAIRS 0T TH
NORTB BRITISn & MERCANTILE
1 .''rnsiIRANCE COMPANY,.: i
Of1 London r and Edinburgh.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.)
, .. Insurance Department.
f.m ':: ., COLCMBTJS, O..Sept. 18, 188.7
It is hereby certified. That the North British
and Mercantile Insurance Campany, of London and
Kdinburgh, bas eomflied in ail resptets with the
law of this State relating to Fire Insurance Com
panies of foreighn (jrevernments, for the oorrent
year, including to deposit of One Hundred 1 bou
sand Dollars for the security of Policy holders re
siding in the State of Ooin. and that the sworn
statement of its proper officers, filed in this depart
ment shows its condition and business at the date
o: sucn statement uee. si, lSOTJ as follow r-
Amonnt of actual paid up copilal 250,000
Aggregate amount of available assets 813.603,803 86
Aggregate amount of liabilities"'.. 1,743,210 30
Amount of inoome for the preceding .
year 3,800,213 78
Amount of expendituresfbrthepreoed
- : ing jear.........;... 3.737.S66 34
. T M;,nAaa t,.Hnf T 1. I ; V. 1
m.v name and caused the Seal of my Offioe
SEAImI to oe affixed the .day and .year above
written. .. , . , .
JAS. H. G0DMAN. Auditor of State.
By Jas. Williams. Chief Cle.k.
- Geo. F. O'flarra & Co., Agents,
(Nauohton BLbcsO. t ' ' .' j .-. i u v . .
it ('.;. Oolumbnsi, O.
ootldiaw3w-th&s-r , , . .
A PERFECT CURE
For Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Aci
dity of the Stomach,"Losa of Appetite,
"Nausea, Heart-burn, J Jaundice,1 and. all
diseases arifing from a disordered state -of
theStomach Liver or Intestines. 'J '
Prepared by Sbward , & - Bbntlet,
Druggists, Buffido, N. Y. Sold by all
druggists. .. .:. . ' -, '! v: i
S.E. SAMUEL A Co., Wholesale Agents.
T. S. BHEPARp. , f" O. HORIGIB.
CHEAP. BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW ' FIRMi
S. SHEPARD HAVING
A. a partnership with G. H3K1GER, for tbe
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
NO. 103 SOUTH HIGH STBEET,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine tberfiue and
well selected stook of Ladies'. Gents'. Misses' and
Children's Boots and tinoes. this day reoeived di
reetfrom the hast, and which tbey are n.iw offering
lorsale-on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
QPJSTOM MADJS WOJtK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done,
We would respectfully. solicit a share of publio
patronage. Please give us a oall. No. trouble to
ShnW gDodS. ; . '; -
Bemember the place : No-163 South High street.
Columbus, O.. Sept. IS. 1868. - dtf
:r , Sherifi's Sale.
Conrad Born ' ) Court of Common Flea
John B. L
8egar. . Franklin ennty. ,
BY VIRTUE OF A FI FA TO ME DIRECTED
from said Court, I will offer for sale at public
auction, at tbe door of the court house, in the oity
Columbus, on t. . .. , : ;. , , -
Monday, the 6th dav of October, A. D.
at 3 o'clock F. M the following property, "to-wit:
One sinele too Buetrv. one dnubln .paKcH (..ni,..
ohe sett double Harness, taken- as the property of
GEORGE H. EAEHART, Sheriff.
J. 8. Bull, Deputy. .
W. H. DUNNICk, Att'y ... , sep33-dlot
UN IEB WOOB 4 CO. ABE NOIVPKE
pared to furnish from their extensive Nurse
east ot tne county fair wounas.t Between
Krnad and Friend streets, all varieties of Orna
y - -
mental Shrubs; Frovence, Damask: Moss, Coins,
Bourbon and Tea Rosea i new varieties-of , Peonies,
Chrysanthemums, Dahlias, Verbenas, Ac, Ao. The
celieetion will not be wanting in any desirable
novelty. Cut FJowors of great variety in eoaaon. -taiprtl-eodemj
v.i-(it-Cf ...'j-.tjia ih t-
JS T O n. E3 -
IN" E TV
SPRING- & SUMMER
TO, BUY A.T
Furohasers of Dry Goods are eoTdially! invited to
oall and examine the -
IV E W S T O CK ,
: !;( . '. i i ' :
DBESS GOODS .;.
;' FANCY GOODS...
118 A XVt Sootb n I Kb Street,
novll-dly-aprl7 " COLUMBUS. OHIO.
. i - is-'" i , : ; .-. 5
. ,. . . : OF :
Fall and Winter Goods
..; . : at '' . . ;;';v:i
GILCHRIST, GRAY & COi
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street.
. DRESS GOODS.
Now opening, the most varied and legant stock of
rlain and fancy uress uoods, ever
i: ., , eaered in this market, '
In all the new styles and colorings. A magnificent
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
An elegant assortment. '
Full assortment of Harris Brothers' Seamless Kid.
OUR PRICES ARE UNIVERSALLY
: , . .... . LOW.. . . ..
. , GILCHRIST. GBAY CO..
Kos. 23. 36, 37 A S South High st.
To all whom it may concern:
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,
' ,; Columbus. O., Ang. 17. 1868. (
Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, foi
making the following improvements, to wit :
For reoavina and Davioe the unnaved sidewalks
in front of Cadwallader's Hotel upon West Broad
street. ... . . -
Also, for grading and guttering Gangewer alley
between Mound street ana South street. ...
Also, for building a single row flagstone pave
ment across Broad street at the intersection and
upon tbe east side of sank alley
Also, for grading and graveling the roadway on
Soutb street between Seventh street and Washing-
Also, for grading and paving the unnaved side
walks, gutters and erossirgs and grading and grav
eling the roadway on Washington avenue between
South street and South Public lane.
Also, tor grading and graveling the roadway on
Washington avenue between Mound btreet and
Soutb street. ' 1
and crossings and grading and graveling the road
way of Walnut alley from High street to Fair al
ley. - . .
The sameto he done inaocordanee with the plati
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En
gineer, and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk.
. All persons claiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
neiore tne intra aay 01 uotODer a. u. jeea.
aug23-dltaw4w City Clerk
To all tcAom it may concern:
CITY CLERK'S OFFICE,' I
, r. .j i ,.t Columbus, O., Aug. .31. 1888.J
Notieeia herenv sHven.thatTirnfleAilinffa havi.hAm
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
making the followii g improvements, to-wit:
For grading and paving the gutters and orossings
and grading the roadway on Oak street from Wash
ington avenue to East Public lane.
1'he same to be done - in accordance with plat
and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil En
gin' er, and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk.
All persons olaiming damages on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or
before the - Nineteenth day of October, A. D.
Ai. Hi. WILSON,
sep6-dltaw4w City Clerk.
7o all whom it may concern: - -
s -.-. ' i CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. I ,.
. .i . , Columbus, 0., Sept. 14, 18C8.1 ,
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have hnmn
instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for
mamnx id. iuuuwiux luipruvemeiius, wt W1E :
For repaying the sidewalks in front of property
numbered nineteen West Broad street.
Also, to construct a twelve inch stone nine sewer
on Seventh street from point opposite the north
line of W. C. Brown's lot on Broad street to a point
opposite tbe north line of the first alley north of
Broad street east of Seventh street.
Also, for constructing stone arch culvert of such
dimensions as may be required, across Broad street
wnere tne proposed ditch crosses the same near
Also, to establish the boundary line of Park street
between North Public lane and the bridge over
the C. C. A I C. Railwav. and to erect mrlr.
euoh points as the same may be easily known.
Also. lor gracing ana paving tne unpavd side
walks, cnttera and erossinus. and er&dinff and .r,?.
eling the ruadwa r of Walnut alley from Fair alley
west to Front street. '
. The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be DreDared by tbe CitvCivilEnariiieer
and filed in the offioe of the City Clerk.
. All persons claiming damage on account of said
proposed improvements, are required to file their
claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, en o
before, the 1'hirty-first aay of October. A. D. 1868.
.... .. Af. A., rr ibBUM,
epl7-dltaw4w ' City Clerk.
To all whom it may Conctm : .... - , ,
: CITY CLERK'S OFFICE.- )
. . -. Columbus. O., Sept. 81. 1868.1
Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been
instituted in the City Council of Coiumbus, for
making the following improvements, to-wit :
For repaying the gutters and resetting tbe curb
ing on the west side of Seventh street between
f riend street ana men etreec.
A Ian. for navine the unnaved flidewalka nn lli
east side of Fifth street between Rich street and
Also, for ending and graveling (Thane, afreet
from High street to Fair alley. .
Also, for grading the roadway of Estnlet aneet
north from the C. C. & C. railroad depot to the line
of Win. Neil's property.
The same to be done in accordance with plats and
estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi
neer, and filed in the office of the City Clerk.
All persons claiming damages on account of said
Drooosed improvements, are reouired to file their
claims in the offioe of tlie Clerk, in writing, on or
betore tne oeveutn aay oi jnovemncr. a. v. lms.
sep2f-dltaww - city Clerk J
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oall the attention of those wanting anything
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EVERY KI1VD OF JOB PRINTING
'. ' ; 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 oity such as
Super Boyal, KlfdiaiTii,
Demv, .. Crown Cap,
Cap, , letter and
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as w
do, dir.-otly from the manufacturer, we aie
enabled to do our work at oorrespond-
ingly low rates. We are Sol , .
Agents for the
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PLATNER & PORTER.
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We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by us. We are jireaared to
'fill all orders for
: Tixzxi.al(s . ' ' ' '.
: Caslt SooUm
And all kinds of Blank Books now in nse. These
ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we cba lenge competition in
this line. . , : , . . ....
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NEVINS & MYERS,
SO, 88 St 40 Iforth 'Illsb Street.
Jt.., ... .
R O S A D A L I S!
AM ERIC A K
The Best Blood Purifier in the
ID It. LAWHENCE'8
OF .-i '!
A. Safe and Certain Care (and the
.., oalv one jet discovered tor
Scrofula in Its Various Forms,
. . ''.''" SUCHAS ' . . ' 7
Consumption in its e'arly stages, Enlargemen
' and Ulceration of thv Olands. Joints,
Bones, Kidneys and Uterus,
. , Chronic Bhenmatism, -. ;
Eruptions of the
. ' ' " ALSO
I ALL ITS VARIOUS FOBMS ! ;
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite. Sick Headache, Liver Com
. plaint. Pain in the Back, imprudenoe in
Life. UraveL , . -, ,
- GEHERAIi II.l. HEALTH,
71 ' 'AND ALL DISEASES OF THE 1 ;'v
Blood, ""Liver, Kidney Sc. Bladder,
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taint, and restore the entire sj-siem to a
healthy condition. - -
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never pro
ducing tne siigntest injury.
Is not a secret medicine. Theartioles from whioh
it ia made are published around each b-ttle. audit
is used and recommended by tne Medical Facuit),
where-er it hs been introduced, as a POSITIVE
and RELIABLE Medicine for Disease of the
Blood Liver and Kidneys.. .
C5f Used and Indorsed ; by the
leading; . Physicians every wnere
The following, among many hundreds of our best
citizens, testily to its wonderlul emcaov;
CERTIFICATES FROM PHVSICIANS.
; Bltiokk, Md Marco 4, 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrenra'a "ROHADALIS" io be
the Hist Altskat.vk in Usb. and therefore
oheertuiiy recommend it as soon.
; THOMAS J. BOYKLV. M, D.
' ' :' Baltimore. February 10, 1808.13
DR. Jf. 3. 1, AwltKNCK. '
Deer Sir I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. Ibave
seen it used in two cases witb happy results one a
case of secondary syphilis, in which tbe patient
pronounced himself cured after having taken five
bottles of our medicine. Tbe other a . ease of
serotula, of long standing, wbich is rapid!' improv
ing under its use. end the indications are that the
patient will soon recover, l nave carefully exam
ineu me lormuia ot wdiou jvur nuewis.is is uiaue,
and find it an excellent compound of alterative in
gredients. Yours truly,
: ' ; B.W.CARR.M P.
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rcsadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative. Ac., and take pleasure in
recommending it to tne profession and tnejpuouo.
4 A. O.MOORE. M.D....
- L.A.STITH. U. D.,
' J- H. W1NSVEAD. M.D..
K. G. BAKHAM.M.D..
. W. O.DCGGAN, M.D
' E. BaRNHS. M. D..
K. W. KINO. M. D.. .
.: . I. WOUDaRO. 11. 0..
W. T. BKEWER M. D.,'
W.J. BULLOCK, M.D.
J.nijrv. 1P88. -
1 hereby oertify that I am personally acquainted
witb the above named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability and standing in this
community. i. i, .,
,,! ,- T. C. DAVIS, '
Mayor of W ilton. It . C,
January 11, 1868.
Rosadalis -wJII.-Cnre tlie Wers
Cases of ; Scrofula Read Ibe
- Statement lielow and ' Iespair
. Not. '-' i 1 i '
. t Wilson County, September 10, 1867.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged hve years, bas been dreadfully af
flicted with .-rrofula nearly all her life. I tried a
great many physicians, but without relieving her
much; in fact, most of rbem said there was no hope
of cure. During the last f prir g .he w worse than
ever: her body and limbs being oover?d with sores
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulcerated
and swollen. While in this condition I was ad
vised by Dr. L. A. Stith to try your Rosadalis. 1 at
once prooured three bottles, and commenced giving
it to her. The effect was uiagical. In less than a
month to my great astonishment, she was entirely
nrs, with much respect and gratitude,
Cosadalis Cures all Skin Diseases.
' Wilsok, N, C, September IS, 1867,
Dr. Lawrence; Dear Sir In' 1865 my son, now
aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, which - completely destroyed his
health. He has been afflicted with an inveterate
and extremely troublesome Eruption of the Skin,
sometimes breaking out in sores, Ac. Rosadalis was
ores nbeil bv mv familv nhrsiciun. Or. A. O. Moore.
After taking it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirety wen.
. ,"touratruly, , : J. B. DANIEL.
Chronic Liver Complaint Cared.
This in tn certifv that I was cured of Chronio Liv
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrenoe's Rosadalis, after
having been confined to my bed and house for along
time, and trying various medicines without benefit.
1 know of several others in this eoanty cured
through the use of Rosadalis, and it can be found in
nearly every house ia my neighborhood, and they
all praue it asa great medicine.
Green County, Angust 14, 1867..; .1
Rosadalis is a Potent Remedy In all
From G. W. Blopnt. Esq., Attohnet at Law.
WILSON. XOU.TH UACOLINA. '
I have been cured of Chronio Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of t-n years' standing, by
Kosadalis. VY . 15i,UU JV1.
Rosadalis will Cure the " Very
Portsmouth. Va., February 86, 1888,
Captain J.H. Bakers . :. :
Dear Sib- This is to eertify that I have been
afflicted with Rheumatism for the last five or six
years, many times unable to move. 1 tried all med
icines recommended to me for the disease, without
receiving any benefit. Having beard "Kosadalis"
highly spoken of, 1 procured a bottle, and, finding
some relief, continued it until 1 am happy to say
UJlkb M. 1 1 1 UWUI11.W.J T. ... 1 .....
I not onlT consider the RoRarl.'lR.. ir,;.n
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, anoj I oneerfully-Tecommend it to the
amicwa. x ours, very truly, .
- i; :- JAMES WEBB.
. ' -. ' Wilsok, January 7, 16S8.
I hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawrenoe's
instlv celebrated Rosadalia in mv familv u . an
era! Alterative and Tonic, with the most eetisiac-
tory reauiw. auu i inoreiore conscientiously recom
mend it to the public as a medioine of rare and gen
uine merit. ; James w. davis, .
. , Sheriff of W ilaon county. Ji. C.
- Rosadalis. This medicine has met with an nn-
Erecedented sueoesa in thiscommunity. Capt. 11a
er, the polite and attentive agent for this city, in
forms us tbat it is next to impossible to supplv tne
demand made for it; and that the medicii e is effect
ne some wonderful, eures. m.nA I'ivm, rt.t.
faction to all who have used it Xorolk ( Taj
7lAd'7ai . I tf-- -.a -. -- a aa4
"'y wrw .www, Ailvpntlcr iJf, lOOf. ' i . 1
Prepared only byj. J. LAWRENCE. M. I).,
Chemist, Baltimore, Aid., (late of ilson, N, C.)
Price 1 50 per bottle.
S.Sold wholesale by all tbe principal Wholesale
Druggists m ail the large cities of the United states
and British America, and retailed by druggists
A ll letters of inquiry Ac . , promptly answered.
Address Dr. J.J. LAWRENCh ACO.. sole pro-
Kietors and manufacturers, 244 Baltimore street,
530 Vine St., Cincinnati, 6.
- AT3For sale in Columbus by Braun. ftruck 4 Co.
Huston A Oardner, Si E. Samuel A Co.. andjlt
Jones A Son.. , mayla-diwly
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
Five Trains Daily,
' EXCEPT SUNDAY. . .
From Columbus, in connection with Train en tie
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
A . M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead,
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Welling
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
830 A. M.. New York 70 A. M. This train leave
Sunday morning, not Monday.
NO. 1 ACCOM MOD AT lONv-Leaves Columbus
at 5:00 A. M. : Will stop at all way stations. Thu
train starts from the Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus at
11.-10 A. M. Will stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal
ion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3:60
P. M.. New York next day at 3:45 P. M.
MAIL ANDEXPRESS-Leaves Colombusatia
P. M. Will stop at Worthington. Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 9:35 P. M., New York 10:30P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3:05 P. M. Will
stop atall stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield
C0 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6i40 A.
arrives at Delaware at 8:10 A. il.; Colnoibus
10S6A.M.; . . .. ., .: ,
Patent Sleeping Cars are run oi
Night Trains to Chicago,
- v Wew York and :
, v Boston. -
" Baggage checked through to New Yorl and
Boston, via Cleveland r also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
- Kisbt Express arrives at Columbus at 1:00 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at U:ls
Mail Train arrives at Colnmbns at 9:10 P.M.
Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Columbui
at 10:15 A. M.
Fare as Eow as By aay Other Routs.
( Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. -
. E. 8. FLINT. .. .-
Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio.
; ' - . . JAMES PATTERSON,
Agent, Column s.Ohio.
Columbus. Hay 11. 1868.
rTHE QDALIFIEO VOTE K 8 OF
a Franklin eounty are hereby notified to meet at
their respective places of holding elections en the
2d Tuesday of uotober, A. l. less, being tne
13th Bay of October, A. B. 1868,
and vote for the following officers, to-wit: '
; One Secretary of State;
Odo Judge of the Supreme Court;
' One Member of Bjard of Public Works;
One Co n-issioner of Common Schools;
" One Clerk of Suo-eme Court:
One Representative in Congress to represent
tne eventa congressional uisinci; . .
One Clerk of the Court of Common Pitas, -
., On Prosecuting Attorney; :.-. .;,',,
One County Commissioner;
.;, One Infirmary Direotor, and - : - i ';
One County Surveyor.
The Trnsteea of the several Townships are re.
auired to return to the Clerk of the Court the
name, of the following number of Jurors: ; ,
City A MontgomeryTp40 Perry S
5 Blendon S
4 Plain . ......... 3
, S Jefferson S
5 Mifflin..... S
, 8 Truro 8
,3 Hamilton. ............. S
i 3 Madison... .,
. 3 Clinton 3
i . . . i . . . -. i i
" . 93
Given under my band and seal, this 8th day
8BAL1 of September, A. i. isss.
GEORGE H. EARHART,
- Sheriff of Franklin County, Ohio.
-NEW YORK. -
THE : HAIB.
Imnrovarl ! '
.iir.-. .!" r - 1
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. ,, ,, , s
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy. '
It invigorates the Boots of the Hair. .
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly. .
It immediately stops Bair Falling Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age. .
It restores Grey Hair to itb Original Color. ' ' -It
brings out Hair on heads that have been balifor
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
.r " ble substances.
It ha received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many which are from
. . physicians in high standing.
. 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 A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.;
Schiefieliu A Co., New York. sCHNTmchS7-dly
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
No. 220 South High St.,
T HAVE JTIXST KECEIVEB THE
J. largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to tnis oity. consisting of
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low
eat Cash oricee. .-
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
(SOCK oi - -
1 READY MADE CLOTHING.
SS0 South Hiah street.
- - . i .. i 'i : '
' MERCHANT, !
. DEALER III ' '
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUR, WHI'KV, C. .
T st Prices Paid at all times for
Corn, W Barley, e e., eto.
' F FT C E : ' ',,a.
Near West End etNat'f It ad. Brldsre
'" COLUUBVB, CMW.-V'
- PH1LOS01HY OF MARRIAGE. A New
Course op Lectukss, as delivered at the-New
York Museum of Anatomyr embracing the sub
jects: How to live and what to live tor; Youth,
Maturity and Uld Age; Manhood general y review
ed : Tbe cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases acoounted for ; Marriage philosoph
ically considered, Ac.
Pooket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeoiptof
four stamps, by addressing ukhi i , xw
Yoa Museum op Anaiomt a boiENCE, eig
F.roapwat NewVore. VNT-feb281y
ST. JAMES HOTEL1,
' Fourth Street, near Main,
HENRY P. ELIAS, ) - .s - : Proprietor.
THIS POPULAR HOUSE,' CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient to: business, and to all
points of travtl, is the most desiriable stopping
place for persons visiting the eitv. No pains will
be spared to make the stay ot guests pleasant in
every particular. niyl-dtm
VaiUable Hotel Property for Sale.
private sale that well known and popular tav
ern twuil, situated in the town of Ba tunoieJKair.
field county, Oaio, now occupied by Major W. J.
Creed. If not sold at private sale it win be offered
at public sale on October 15th, ie68, on the prsm
ises. Tern s easy. For further particular, apply
to the present occupant, tbe undersigned, proprie
tor of th Mithoff House," or Frank H. Carpenter,
op"octVm0 ' " JOHN KAUFMAN.;
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
Tbrea Train EeaveColamtio (TJn
Depot), Aftilly (Sundays Excepted
:i6 A. M. RIGHT EXPRESS, arrivin
Zaneaville at 4:90 A. M.; Bellair at 8:10 A. H.
Baltimore at 40 A. M W.hinfftnn flit. .1 5:1
IKIO A. M. I.TUPTIN'Of YPRPSS-LstV;...
at Zaneaville at 1:16 P. JI; Bellaire at 430 P. il.
Baltimore at 8.20 A. il.; Washington City at
' .. .rr , r . . ...
C T W VTDUPDOUirT . . n
"w, t: .. ju, x. m ncco aa i u, arriving at i&snes.
vine at :,o r. si.: oenaire at o r". In.: Baltimor
at 4.-45 P. il-t Washington City at 5:45 P.M.. .
3-These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hour
in advance of all other route to Baltimore and
Washington; 'i' .fiw-'.z-'. vr
Close connection made at Baltimor and Wash- -
ingtoa with train for Philadelphia and New York.
Passengers holding through ticket to Eastern
cities have the privilege of
..... o !
Visiting ; Washington City. Free.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
i , ' ,: i .: ...... .
Ask For TICKETS via REL.E.AIR.
, JNO L. WILSON, Master of Transportation,
'' L. M. COLE, General Tioket AgenU
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Agt. .
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
On an after MONDAY, May 11th, 1868, FOU -
TRAINS DAILY wilLJeavs Colnmbns
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, 8T.
' I0DIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, - . ,;
'1' DIANAPOLIS CHICAGO. .IJ;i : J
Without change of ears iTllAYTON and RICH
A10ND, and only on change of cars to LN--f
. DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO.-, h ,
: Connections are reliable as follows " '
, FIRST. TBAliTtDaily). !i3,r
Leave at ISO A. M. for Cincinnati. Circlevill
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chill ioothe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia. Morrow, and LoVelaad, arriving aft
Cincinnati at 6 a. m. . , . -;
fDaily except Snndays.)
Leaves at 5MK A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton'
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, andstops aft
West Jefferson, London. Sonth Charleston, Stlma:
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow
- South Lebanon. Foster. Lovelan.i. Milford.ar
. riving at Cinconati at 10:35 A. M., connecting
with the Mail Boats.
; , ..THIRD TRAIN. " " ' ' ' P
' ' ' (Daily except Sundays.)
leaves at 12:25 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton aid
Sprirgfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6:10 P. at. . . ,
, ;,M - FOUBTHTBAIN. , ..T-,..
i.: -j, (Daily except Sundays.) . , .
Leaves at 5:15 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Springfield via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London, Sonth Charleston, Selma,
- Ce 'arville; Xenia. Morrow and Lovelaad and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 104)0 j , M. , ...
Sleeping Cars on all Night Travis a.
HENBY BROOKS, Ticket Ageni.
JNO. W. DOHS&lY, AsenW .
JOHN DURAND. ,
W-. L: oMrCi-oinifti. -"
t.-i Gen'l Ticket Ag'O . , , , maylS
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE.
On and after June 39th, Vef , trains will ma as
Leave. S. Y. Express. ! Mail : ' Fast Line. i
Columbus .310 A.M. S:16 P. M. , A. M.
Newark 3:25 A. M. 30 P. M. 11:35 P. M.
Steunenville... 9-.W A.M. : 8rH)P.M. 5:15 P. M.:
.11.10 A. M. 19M M,
7KB P. M.
5:00 A. M.
835 A. Mi
920 P. M. -MM P. M.
1:25 A. M. 40 P.M.
6.00 A. M.
6:5 A. M.
9:40 A. M.
6:55 P. M. 11:50 A.M.
6rM P. M. 1 123 P. M.
99 P. M. . 4:55 P. M.
6:00 P. M.
12KK) P. M.
E'esant state room sleeping ear on all night trains.
UD tne r ast Liine tne oeieDrated silver raiace'
day and nixht ears are run through from Columbu -
to Philadelphia and New York without ehange ,
y Passengers by the 3:00 A. M. Sunday train
arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never before offered.
Gen'l Ticket Ag't, Steubenville, O.
W. W. CARD, Superiutenrient, Steubenville, O.'
, U. B. BROOKS, ..
' ' J Ticket Agent, Columbus, 0.
JOHN B. PETERS, Agent, Columbus, O.
junelO-dlyju.10 - --
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
The Shortest Route T West rV
- Chancre of Cars to Chicago. :
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot Co
lumbus, as follows : - ' i
6. OA A. M. ACCOMMODATION (Snudar
0J excepted.) Arrives at Milford9:00 A.M.
Springfield 11:"A. M.r Lrbana 10:35 A. M.; Belle
fontaine 1:45; Clyde 631 P. M.; Sandusky TS P. M
PiquaSKKI P. M.
10,1(1 P. M. DAY EXPRESS (Suarlay ex
1Z.JLU cepted.) Arrives at Richmond 435 P. M..
Indianapolis 7:30 P. M.; Louisville 6:30 A. M.; Ter
ra Haute 11KW P. M.; Mat toon 1.-35 A. M : Cairo
4:40 P. M.; Pana33l A. M.; Alton 7.-00 A. M.; St.
Louis biOO a. M.; Lafayette llsW P. M.; Chicago
ao A. il.: Springfield. Illinois, 0 A. M.; Ouin
eylrOOP M.; Keokuk 2:50 P. M St. Joseph t:S0
A. M. Passengers by this train reach St. Loui
the next miming 2 hour ahead, and f'r
points' west of St.- Louis ONE TRAIN IN AD
VANCE of all otberroutes. , !
5 .OA P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
Zi PRKSS (Sandays excepted.) Arrives at
Loginsport 20 A. M.: Peoria 10:45 A. M.; Chicago
730 A. il.; Indianapolis 1K A. M..- Terr Haute
5:35 A. 31 j Evansvill 638 P.M.; Mattoon 835 A.
M.; Pana 106 A. M.: Alton 1:40 P. M.; St. Louis
2S5 P.. M.; Kansas City '7:15 A. M.; Leavenworte.
0:15 A. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A. M-; Springfield 6 SO
P. M.; Quiney 13:45 A. M ; Keokuk 1:00 A. M.;
Louisville 7:46 A. M.: Nashville 638 J'.M : Mem
phis 9:15 A. M.; Toledo 536 A. il.; Detroit 830
" NEW ANDIELEGANT..';.'. ,'
RUN ON THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO LITCHFIELD, ILL,
'' 394 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE.
And arrive at St. Louis the next car 10 hours
ahead of any other route, n - "
n.iK P. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In
. Tt. rlianapolis. and Sundays exoepted, to
Chicago.. Arrives at Logansport 86 A. M-: Peoria
6:(i0 P. M.; Chicago 1:00 P.M.: Indianapolis 730 A.
M.; Terre Hante 10:0 A.M.; Evansville 10.-00 P. M.
h.. ... , ..in u u . i..:.. j .i e . u . n... a.is p
...... IWIl .... . . JU. . Vf.,,UVUA. JM . a KM
M.: Alton 7:15 P- il.; St. I oais 8:10 P. M.; Lsfay
ette 4:30 P.' M.t Louirville 4.30 P. M.: Nashvil'e
40 A. M., Memphis 3:15 P, JI. Toledo S.-4& P.
M.; Detroit 6:10 P. il. ..
Passengers by this train reach St.. Louis 4 and
VUICAOO nours auraaw sn.uiiw ;. .
State Boom fc-leepingf Carat
BUN IN THIS TRAIN ' ' - -
FROM CADIZ JUNCTION TO INDIANAPOLIS
" ' .WITHOUT CHANGE. 1 ;i
. .- ii f..: ' . ... : .
irar (?.ll for Tickets via LoeansTxiTt nr R:t.n,n j
saTickete foreale at Cni n and Pitjea Depots.
Columbus, and at all principal, Railroad ticket
Offices. .. ...
r. ABULtit, utTii Ticket Agent.
J. M. 1.UM. General Superintendent
. BBOOES. " AL1X. BOCBTON. WM. H. at. n
J . Ac .W.,-13.; BROOK.
Cor. Rich :&Hiarh Kl.. r.i.nk..
'. t..l ,lo 1i. .Mltisg. umi . 1 l.J ..."
HEW 0RLEAK8 8UGAK8- AND 01.AHli
island BagaT, Coffee, Teas Spice. Tobaccos
.v?i:.'g 1 1 ej ;; ... ,