RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Showing thearrtead doentaroof train at Cc
vmbus, Ohre.. On and afteg Monday, May 341
tea r Jas will run a follow : ; 1
.CAe'wf lub Catnnaoasj CintY . R.
J, ;n " -"' ir. uiA,n.t, . mm
fl.T. wstr K3tpr.. 1:10 A.M.! 14W1.H1
Mew York Express. 11:10 A. M. 11:10 P. M.
Malt end tiwm. 130 P. M.
llalawmre Aeeotamodatieo.. IM P. M.
J. t wnwwiiw ..... jyu j,. ju j
TUi train IvssBanday morning not Monday.
JAJLEi PATTERSON Agent.
LlttU PllaaaU AOlaM kwe Xrnala K.H.
Bight Express ...7.....;. 10 A. M. I A. M
Cincinnati AoeueanodaUoa- 5K A. M. Ja p. M.
Kipraeai.v.-..t...,......v.l2:S6 P.M. 110 A. M,
llHM.,vl.t... 6J5 P. M. ii P.HS
I'TorT i !!X W- JOHERTY, Awat..
BaltiBaer Obi RUlrat Central
" inn.' " ABRirm. '
Night Inm" vv'?iJi f $- -ilS K" X:
Lightoinsr Bxpfea.......llrt A.M.. 4:45 P. Ml
SIvm JIU" F- 11 A. M.
sfena Cairoff "A Indiana Oea.
i v. I
.19:03 A. M. 1:15 A. M.
Accommodation. .......... 4rt6 At M. 1:50 P. M.
Wmwi Express. Wi.-m.. Mm P. M. too P. M.
. I ' . 1 , Tl w . . . .w. ,1
.., i,.,. . .r, ,G. A-Hill. Affent.
SaaAaeaT. msLnenltftwrark. R.R.
"Train leave Newark ami arrive a follow -
i( i - um. ABBrm.
Freight goeA.il. 15 P.M.
Mail and xpnas....4t, J.0 A.M. 1.85 P.M.
Manif eld fcxpress J S4S CM 9.45 A.M.
... , . . . i A. W . DlMIHa, Agent..
lltterfrn, Cincinnati kt.-I.avla
... ... ..... JUIlaar.
Wrw York Express-..." 10 A. M. 11:16 P. M.
LightningKxpress... 1130 A. M... , 6:00 P. M.
Mail and iftn 1:15 P. M. , 11:55 A. M.'
Dennison Aecommodatloa 5KN A. M. 90 P. M.
Mew Y ark Express ran daily. All othar traina
tu daily, axoept Sanday. .
. Oanaiaoa Aecommodation Itartt from frelgbt
JOHN B. PETERS, Agent.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
Xartara - ThmKk Mafia, a. . r. M. A. . r.
. Tia . StaabanTilla and .
PiiMburgh 1130 1S30.10M 30
Xutern Way Mailt, O.C. '
AC.R.... . . .... isat . . ISM
Brth wont, Tia Ft, W. A ; : .. i
CU.0.C.AC.B.B. : - .at .i..; i&
Cad B. B .... H " :15
rHtie Miami B.B.. Thro' lio 730
Little Miami B.B..Wa. .... 1:55 11 SO ....
O. K. R, Newark,-: s d - -
ZaneaTille A Wheeling., .... 13:30 1M 730
C. O. BWay.. .... 110 tM ....
C- A L, Tbronfh and
Way....! . .... 10 11.-O0 ;S0
OircleTille. ChUlieotka A
l'ortamonth (KM .... 740
lnoaater, Ohio .... M ....
Jfaat T ay.Natioaal Boad. 10-J0 .... U.-ifi
Mi. Vernon Way. Wester- . .
Tille.Ao 1030 .... 1--00
Forth Colnmbni and Clin- '
tonTille.n ' 10-J0 , .... 1
, ritbarc. (tri-wekly I
arriYee Mondays Wed-1 . . aHM J 7jo
- Baedays, A Fridays, and f . 1 1-
loaves Tnotdaya, Thais-1 .; ;: i -. ;c
days and Saturday J
Centre Village, (tri-weok-) " '-' ' '
lyJTnosdays,Thursdays U. ' .... .... H
. and Saturdays , - . ;
Orrica Hours. Office opens at IX o'clock A. M..
and close at 7H P. M. tSnndays. opens at8 A. M..
and closes at OX A.M.
' All Mails eloae on Sundays at BX P. M.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
[From the Philadelphia Sunday Mercury.]
"LET US HAVE PEACE."
BY PETER PEPPERCORN.
Blessed be he that psyeth his taxes peacefully.
And obeyeth the Radical commandments." -Work
en. poor man. from mora till night.
For why should yon relax!
".. Ton hare the pririlege to pay
One half yoa earn in tax.
f Yoa surely oaght to be oonrent,
Thooih Ka.lieala should fieeoe
The Tary shirt from off your Daek: -
Grant says. "it aa hare peace. "
'' Therefore toil on through summer beat, '
As well as winter's eold: '
Tour wife and children starra to pay ,
i The Bondholder bis gold.
Though misery, want and wretobedness '
Dpon yoa does inorease.
1 At them yoa must not grumble, for
., .Grant sa)a.iat us hare peaoe." :
' ' Thouh elotbat and food and eoal are dear.
You ought not to regret.
But work and starra with pleaaura .
To pay interest on the debt.
" ' Therefore toil on, sweat on, pay on; - "
V'! Be"WJ,',doBoteease,: '
- , For blest is he who lores the tax.
Grant easy. "Lot us hare peace. " '
Wbaterer Senators may do,
' No matter how absurd.
It ia not right for anyone . . , ,.. .
To ray a single word;
For do they not to Vonnres go '
Poor workrngmen to fleeee. ' : ' '
And make laws iuct to suit therioi
n Orant aaja, ""Let as haTa peaoe." .,
If mora eoncerning fax and debt
x ou should denre o anow.
OI Or how the w rkingmaa is blest.
To to Oral Billy go. .m:,
And be led to tbe ballot box
J ust 1 ike a lot of geese.
!) Graat says, 'Let as bare peaoe."
According to the Hon. W. D. Kelley. the Ameri
can eitisen onlypa' rix cents weekly for taxM.
Fwny frf. 6tp. . 18M. . .
FASHIONS FOR OCTOBER.
. The stores of A. C. Headley & Co Gil- '
Christ. Gray A Co and James Nauxhton
are lull of beautiful (roods, and . only re
quire a purse full of money to enable any
.woman to drees and look as pretty as in
xorable nature will permit. - For tall wear,
plain goods are always first in tbe field.
Dot this year they seem, to possess unu-'
sial claims to consideration, and for some
reason or other are thought unusually sty
lish - Tartan cloth for tall wraps. Tartan
poplin for fall dresses in the strictest ot
'well-khown clean patterns, are likely to
las the rage. -'
Dividing the honors, however, are tbe
plain Irish poplins "In splendid shades of
coloring, Striped sating -used as petticoats
to wear with black or colored Pompadour,
an Immense variety of rich shot or cba ge
able silks, and tbe embroidered silks and
poplins which rarely do justice in their
make-np to their cost or the labor expend
ed on them. The decided novelties are as
yet not numerous. There are fine qualities
ot water-proof cloth in new colors and
combination lor suits. Imperial serge and
Scotch winsey for knits also, and lastly,
cloths of rich shades of color, garnet mul
berry and olive green, with a surlace like
aatin, which are Imported expressly tor
ladies' winter suits, and made complete
with appropriate mountings, would prove
the ideal of winter costume. But at pres
ent these heavy fabrics are only thought
of by enterprising merchants and fashion
writers. . Ordinary suits for ordinary wear
are made of black alpaca or grey serge. :
-More elegant suits are of pure Irish poplins
and tbe fancy costumes worn by dressy
young girls, or those who wonld be consid
ered young, or stripes or plain silks or
satins, with tbe black "Pompadours" or
short over-dress before-mentioned,- These
over-dresses are a variation from those
which have heretofore been worn, and are
considered a- bright, economical and par
ticularly useful idea.
" . Jjast year the under-dresses were made
high, the over-dress in the form of a low
. gored tunic ; this year the nnder-dress
forms merely a petticoat, low or short, and
the npper part of the costume a short, high
" dress, paniered at tbe back, and having the
'characteristics ot both tunic and pelisse.
This upper-dress bears the name of "Pom
. padour." When it is made, as it nearly al
' wavs is, in black silk fully trimmed with
' rufflaa, or fringe, or lace, it can be adapted
. for wear with several dresses. For instance,
it can be worn to complete a black silk suit
' for tbe streets, with a short colored silk un
derskirt in the street, and with a trimmed
skirt of striped silk or satin for a dinner
dress at borne; over a trained skirt ot
black silk, green or garnet satin, it would
- also eompose a handsome visiting toilette.
; Black "Pompadours" are therefore all tbe
rage. . .
- Abe events ot toe wees nave oeen ine
openings at tbe various millinery houses.
- We attended that of Mrs. J. B. Wilkie, and
found several new. styles in bats. Ibis
house ia doing very little .in bonnetSk
For them our lady readers must depend on
Simmons. Mrs. Wilkie displays the finest
assortment ol fringe trimmings we have
seen in Columbus. At Simmons' Millinery
- Headquarters, in the Opera House, we see
that "openings" are no longer confined to
vane day, but stretch all the way along the
In bonnets there is no shape to speak of,
no anything to speak of, simply nothing
but tbe smallest of Fanchons with the oval
brim necessarily small surmounting the
front. It forms very pretty little bead-
dress however; it is no longer flat, it Is
higb, often composed of a single puff ot
velvet or satin, with the surmounting brim,
and a tuft of abort curled ostrich feathers
placed standing at tbe side. High colors
are admissible is these little bonnets, and
thtv are often nnmnosed of velvet or I a tin
of the same shade as the rich, brilliant tint
ot tbe dress. Instead or a dark: Donnec ana
gay trimmings, we have bonnets of gold
color, crlcsion, scarlet, ' Sultan" red and
bright garnet subdued with black lace and;
band, on cluster of the costliest and glos-'
slest of black feathers. The form of the
necklace descending low upon the breast,
which has lately been worn instead of
strings, has somewhat cnangea. strings
are again, revived, the latest style of im
ported bonnets especially displaying them
tied under the chin, while pieces of lace or
velvet ornaraentedaBd-united at the ends
by two or more bows of ribbon placed at
i qnAl distance apart, the number never
exceeding three.' Tbe ends themselves are
trimmed with lace oi fringed out. If com
posed of silk or satin. - The fashionable
trimmings for hats and bonnets are feathers
of the most varied and brilliant dyes that
can-be Imagined. The European , ladies
were recently scolded bv a member of some
Royal British Society or other for despoil
ing tbe tropics of birds to get their plum
age, but I hardly think American ladies
need fear that such an imputation will be
cast upon them. Certainly there are
plumes most wonderful for beauty and va
riety of tint, but the majority of those that
fill the windows and find their way to posts
of honor upon ladies' beads are taken from
our own honest barn-yard fowls and simply
put through a tropical process of coloring
and dying. Tbe genuine ostrich plumes
are, however, in great demand for toe high
"Cavalier'? bau of black straw just now so
fashionable; and there are long willowy
plumes very slender and bright, in green
and gold, which descend nearly to the waist
after passing around one side of the hat,
thatnndoubtedlv deserve tbe distinction of
" real," and are in fact very rare as well as
tbe most coveted of feather treasures.
Tbere are two special styles introduced,
one is the "Scotch bonnet," the other tbe
"jf oiisb , eap." v ine scotcn bonnet has a
round crown laid in pleats at the side; a
rtm covered with short curled leathers, or
with rich black thread lace, put on in
spirals to represent a plume; a scarf of lace,
or bow of satin ribbon at tbe back, and
a Scotch curled plume fastened over the
left temple. The most distinguisned are
made In Dlack velvet, and trimmed with
black wholly black lace, jet, and black or
The Polish caps consist maiuly of a
crown doubled over, laid in pleats upon
the front and set upon the forehead. Many
ot these are made in black velvet, richly
trimmed with black Spanish lace and jet,
but there are others very striking anl styl
ish that are made in velvet in high colors,
garnet, maroon, Sultan, red, marigold and
scarlet, and trimmed entirely with black,
rich black thread lace, jet and feathers.
Tbere are several new colors used in - bon
nets, one of which is fine rich shade of
brown called "claret" brown, and the
"grass" green, a very light shade, but beau
tiful in velvet or satin; it is generally for
trimming, and looks best on black. There
are several shapes in bonnets called "dew,"
one called tbe "fez," which issimply a very
small inverted coal shovel; another irrev
erently called the "Sbanghae," on account
of the length ot its straight, flat crown;
which terminates on tbe neck in what may
be called a curtain. It is awfully ugly, and
seems to have been invented to meet the
pressing demands of those ladies who have
no "back" hair. A novelty in strings was
attacnea to one ot tne foiiBn caps, rnese
consisted of black lace knotted with ribbon
at intervals, and each two yards and a half
in length. They are worn as a Matte An
toinette fichu, crossed upon the breast, pass
ed around tbe waist and tied behind.
- New autumn gloves are imported in the
very highest and most striking colors-
marigold, Sultan red, rich shade of tan, and
red, brown, mulberry, claret and purple
plum color. Tbe back of Stewart's gloves,
which are exclusive to this house, are or
namented with eight small gold studs,
crimped cord and tassels. - The wrists are
also fastened with small moveable studs
which can be taken out and a new gold
chain with stads attached worn on cere
Handsome bows of satin striped ribbon
fringed out upon the ends, Byzantine scarfs
tied in a wide bow-knot, land also fringed
out. are worn at the throat, and give the
touch of autumn color, crimson or scarlet
and gold, which the black or neutral tinted
costumes demand. .
The'attention of the Trade is called to the superi
or stock of -
PAPESRS of all rinds,
J ns t received ndf sals by '
NEVINS & MYERS1
SS 38 Ac 40 NORTH HIGH STh
CO LU MS U 8.
Our stock comprises a full lint of
Book. .;- . ; : -
'. Colored and
- Print Papers.
' We have a full stock of
Of all slies'and varieties, which will be sold atjths
iiowest mara-et ratesj
, OUB STOCK Of ,
O A "FL I
Is unsurpassed in the olty, including
R. R. CHECK,
, COLORED of ail kinds
And BLANK. ;
GI.VE US A. OALTj
KEVINS A. BITERS.
NANCY DAVIS, BE8IDTHG I!T LIS XII? G
5- , oi iranaun eonntv.
netition in the office of the Clerk of the hn.ri t
Common Pleas within and for aid county of
rraoKiiu ana outui ui ymo, ouaniwc; ine said rlan
ey Davis with willful absenoa from the petitioner for
more than three years last past, and asking; that he
..... k. Jimmtd from the aaid Nanov l&vi .h;.k
petition will stand forbearing at the next term of
sala l.ouri. ana vu wu wu nM i.unj vce
data of tola notice.
Kr arrow A Wbioht. Att'y. oota-wow
JOSEPH H. GEIGER
; J , Attorney at La-w, .
PAESOlTi BUILDING, . I
auga-eod3m COB.' TOWS k H1QB $T8.
" ' i DRY. GOODS.: -I , t
: DRY GOODS.
.::-.;-.(.; ...:' m . i -t -.- : ...
.- -: OF . i ,! ; :;'!
-or ;!.:... ..,(
Fall and Winter Goods
I-.''"1 . . I ! .: .I-.;'-, ii. '
.;,.:-.7-.. : AT
GILCHRIST, GRAY & CD 'S
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street.
Now opening, tbe most varied and rleeant stock of
.Plain and Fancy Dress Goods, ever
ollered in this market.
In all the new styles and oolorincs. , A magnificent
LACES EMBROIDERIES X
An elegant assortment.
' ' FULL LISB ' ' ' '
Full assortment of Harris Brothers' Sea'nless Kid.
OUR PRICES ARE UNIVERSALLY
GILCHRIST. GEAT k CO..
i Nos. S3, 35, 17 A 39 South High St.
octT-dim ... , . .
- N E W
PALL AND WINTER
TO BtJY AT
Purchasers of Dry Goods are cordially invited to
call and examine tba
DRESS GOODS .
118 tc 122 8ent.il Blffa Street,
novll-dly-aprlT COLUMBUS. OBIO.
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO..
Corner Broad & Sigh Sts.
r. E1TD14. JOS. HTJTCHESOM. W.B. BAVOIH.
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & C0M
B JL. PT ISL E3 DR. J3
l0. 13 S. II I Oil 8TREET, .
ian20-dl.T-r Celnmbne, O.
CH ARLI8 O. BILLOWS.
-- O. F. L- BUTLEa.
IIAL.M, Iti:iL,Ut M & BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE -ROOMS
Nea, 216 Ac 2 18 8onUa Hiajb St.
(7Air tatmsiv llanvfactory it at th Ibot qf
aov ttrta, on ae umhwj
Their bnaineaa tranaartlona. both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
renasyivania and Indiana, inay manuiaowra
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DIN INGROOM, HALL, AND
of all classes and everv desii-n of suoerior work
mansbip and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
every aesonpuon, w noiesaie and it tail.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. SHEPABD. O. HOBIOBB.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
. NEW FIRM.
T8. SHEPaRD hatha formed
a a partnership with GHORIGER. for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and bhoe trade at
NO. 16S SOUTH HIGH STREET.
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public geuerally to call and examine their fine and
well selected stook of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the feast, and whioh tbey are now offering
lor sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing; department speoial attention is given to
CUSTOM MADS WOBK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would res peotf ally solicit a share of public
patronage. Please give us a call. No trouble to
Remember the place : No. 163 South High street.
Dtiar A.D.U 4 nuiuu&ii.
Columbus. O.. Sept M. 1688. dtf
PI PEBWOOD Ac CO. ARE MV7PKE-
mmi i fiimi.h from their extensive Ntir-
ry, east of the County Fair Grounds, between
Broad and Friend .treats, all varieties of Orna
mental Shrubs: Provence, Damask. Moss, China,
Bourbon and Tea Roses ; new varieties of Peonies,
Chrysanthemums, Dahlias, Verbenas, Ac, do. Tbe
collection will not be wanting in any desirable
novelty. (Jnt f lowers ui great variety in season
T. ALLEN, Agent.
11.1. CONTINUE A H K COAL BVSI.
v r. . c . I. ! a . a n , a f n rl
7W ac Wnrlli Hlsrli BlrMt.
and will toko orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, whioh ha Is prepared to sell at
the lowest market prioe. .
r Speoial attention paid to shipping.
A. PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS. FIVE
and six years' old. vary handsome, kind and
sound. Will be sold low.
auglS-dtf K1CHAED NEVINS.
Auditor of State's Certificate
i 'ii .Mv:. v J ..,;--if! v!-.-'i ii 1'
- -' AS tO TBI BU8IHK8S AND AFFAjaa OF tHl . -
COXTIXEXTAL IXSLTRUCE CO.,
OF NEW TORKt rT . .
t : ' l , ' r . . ' . - ' - '! y''
FOR TBS TSAR SyDJJfO DECEMBER 31, 1867.
Capital fully paid BP.Jw.i?......:.500.fKK OO
Amount of available assets. ......... 1 , B I t.olK a 1
CERTIFICATE FOH PCBICAT19H.
i " AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,) !
-' Dkpartmbut of Insurance. '
- i - I Columbus. O., t ebruaxy IS, .1868.) ,
It Is hereby certified. That the ContineniaHFire)
Insurance Com-iany, located at New York, in tbe
State of New York, has complied, in all respects,
with the laws of this State relating to such Insur
ance CoRiDaniej. for the current year, and has filed
in ihia Office a sworn Btatement, by .the proper
Officers, showing its condition and business, at the
date of such statement, aa follows : I - i : '
Amoant of actual paid-up Capital. jnj.?,
Agirregate amount of available assets 1.814,530 31
Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, (ino.
Rs-insuranoo.. SI'S? ?i
Amount ot income for the pre eding year SOI.Oeo 10
Amount of expenditures for the preood-
ing year 681.443 47
In witness whereof, Y nave hereunto subsorined
mv name, and caused the seal of mv
tSEALj . Ofl5ce to be affixed, the day and year above
i- it JAS. H. GODMAN. Auditor of State.
By J AS. WiLLiAMS.Chiet Clork. , tS3
Geo. F. 0'Harra & Co., Agents, ,
f (Naughton BlocsO. .- r .
Columbus, O. ,
AS TO THE BUSINIS3 AND, AFFAIRS OF TBI
PACIFIC INSURANCE COM P'Y,
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION.
AUDITOR OFSTATE'S OFFICE.)
Department of Insurance.
- . Columbus. Sept. I9ih. 168.)
His hereby certified. That the Pacifi) Iosurance
Company, located at San Francisco, in the State of
California has complied, in all respects, with the
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com
panies, for the current year, and has filed in tni
office a sworn statement, by the proper ofiioers,
showing its condition and business, at tbe date of
suoh statement, as follows, gold currency :
Amount of actual paid up Capital.... 1 1,000.000 00
Aggregate amount of available assets.. 1.289,818 OS
Aggregate amount of Liabilities . .. ; 359.S20 08
Amount of income for the preceding
jear 706.003 70
Amount of expenditures for the pre-
. eeding year.... ....- 633,885 16
In witness whereof, I have hrructn subscribed
mf tiame. and nansed the Seal of mv Office
UealJ to be sffixedi the day and year above
written. JAS. WILLIAMS.
Chief Clerk lor Auditor of State,
Geo. F. 0'Harra & Co., Agents,
(Nacohtoh Block), :. .
AS TO THE BUSINESS AND AFFATBS OF THE
NORTH BRITISH & MERCANTILE
INSURANCE COMPANY, :
Of London and Edinburgh
- . i , AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.)
Columbus. 0., Sept. 18,1868)
It is hereby certified. That the North British
and Mercantile Insurance Campany, of London and
Edinburgh, has corny lied in all resptcta with tte
laws of this State relating to Fire Insnranoe Com
panies of foreigbn Governments, for the current
year, ineluding tbe deposit of One Hundred Thou
sand Dollars for the security of Policy holders re
siding in the State of Ooio, and that the sworn
statement of its proper officers, filed in this depart
ment shows its condition and business at the date
of such statement (Dec. 31, 1867) as follows :
Amount of actual paid up eopilal 250,000
Aeerecate amount of available assets $13 .603.803 86
Aggregate amount of liabilities.. ...... 1,741.210 80
Amount ot income tor tne preceding
year 3.600.2U 78
Amount of expenditures for the preced
ing year..... J.73T.866 34
In witness whereof. I have hereunto subscribed
mv name and caused the Seal of my Office
seal J to be affixed the-day and year above
5 ' JAS. H. GODMAN. Auditor of 8tate.
! By Jas. Williams, Chief Cla k.
Geo. F. 0'Harra & Co., Agents,
(Naughton Block), '
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
rpHE ONLY INFALLIBLE REUEDT
X. Can be given with or without the knowledge
ot tne patient. tr. donnston's Treatise on uruna
nness. its Conseauenoe and Cure." free on an
plioation. Price of Spccifio per bottle, f 1 50, cr
three Dottles lor 4.oo.
Aug;. J. Is cli Holler,
Sola Proprietor and Manufacturer. Columbus, 6
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Restores - gray and faded Hair to it
Ouoinai. Color, removes Dandruff
CUIUS ALL DISEASES OF THE SCALP,
Prevents Baldness, and makes the halt
grow Soft, Glossy and Luxuriant.
$1 ill $lprBottk lick Bob is slut riper Bo.
Prepared by BBWABD ft BKNTLKT, DragzUta,
Buifklo.N.Y, Bold by aU Druggists.
S. E. SAMUEL A Co.. Wholesale Agents.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. &, L. LESQUEREUX
IMPORTERS AMD DEALERS IN
W A T O II E S ,
. PLATED WARE
IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Setb -Thomas' and Waterbuty Clock,
for the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
niTHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watch Makers' Tools and Materials, Watch Glass
es (f renon ana ueue.a; ia tuusuppiy at
' ' low rates.
tf All orders promptly filled and satisfaction
I11"1' p. A. A L. LESQUEREUX, !
feble-eodly No. 71 South High St., Columbus.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JE WELR V,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 4c,
173 South High street, Columbus, O. Repairing
carefully done and warranted. mj7-eodem
i- 1- .KHZ i, .-
MEDIC AX l?iPAEATI0NS.H1
R OS A DA L I S !
;.!' '.(fv-t.: p.,'..,.. , -.1,7--J i I
''..'('j'.tjeie'. Gir3AT,;,'; ;:,:..; fj
AM BR I C AN
The Best Blood Purifier in the
A Safe a. aid Certala Care (aad the
nl one ytl discovered) lor ,
Scrofula" la lis Yartans Forms,
, SUCH AS y . .
Consumption In its early stages, Enlargemea
and Ulceration of tha Uiands joints,
Bones, Kidneys and Uterua,
Eruptions of the
. ' ALSO ,
IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS.
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite,, Sick Headache, Liver Com
plaint, rain in tne rsaoK, impruaenoe in
Life. Gravel. .
general' ILL ' HEALTH,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE ; :l
Blood Liver, Kidneys) Ac IHadder,
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad tairt. and restores tbe entire sys.em to a
IT irt PKKFKCTLY HARMLESS, never pro
ducing tbe slightest lnjufy.
Is not a secret medicine. The articles from which
it is made are published around each battle, and it
is used and recommended by (he Medical Faculty ,
where-er it hs been introduced. as a POSITIVE
and RELIABLK Medicine for Diseases of the
blood Liver and JUdneys.
Used and Indorsed "by the
leadings Physicians everywhere It
The following, among many hundreds of our best
Citisen8, testily to its wonderiui emcaoy;
CERTIFICATES FROM PHYSICIANS.
B ALTIMOEK, Mo., March 4, 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "BOADALIS" to be
the Best Altkbat.vi in Use. and therefore
cheerfully recommend it as suoh.
. THOMAS J.BOYKIN.M.D.
Baltimoek, February 10, 1808 D
Da. J. J. Livkikci.
Dkhs Sir I take pleasure in recommendiag your
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. I have
seen it used in two cases with happy results one a
case of secondary syphilis, in which tbe patient
pronounced himself cured after having taken five
bottles of 5 our medicine. The other a ease of
scrota la, of long standing, whioh is rapid! improv
ing under its obo, and the indications are that the
patient will soon recover. I have carefully exam
ined the formula by which your Kosedaiis is made,
and find it an excellent compound of alterative in-
gradient.. Xour. truiy w QAR
We know Dr. Lawrence's Bosadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative. Ac., and take pleasure in
recommending it to the prolession ana tne puduo.
, . L. A.STITH.M. D.,
J. H. WIN STEAD. M. D.,
K. G BA KHAM, M. D..
, W. O.DOGGaN, M.D
E. BARNES. M.D..
R. W. KING, M. D.,
8. WOODaRD. M. I).,
W. T. BKEWER, M. D
W.J. BULLOCK. M.D.
l.nnn V IPflA
1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with the above named Physioians. and tbey are all
gentlemen of respectability and standing in this
COmmamty- T. C. DAVIS,
Mayor of Wilson. N C
January 11. 1868.
Rosadalis -will Care the Won
Cases ot Scrofula Read, the
Statement Relow and Despair
WitsOH CotruTT. September 10, 1867,
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged five years, bss been dreadfully af
flicted with ccrofola nearly all her life. I tried a
great many physicinns. but without relieving her
much; in fact, most of them said there was no hope
ot cure, louring tne lasw pricgsue .if .vis. iubo
ever; her body and limbs being covered with sores
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulcerated
and swollen. While in this condition I was ad
vised by Dr. L. A. Stithtotry your Rosadalis., I at
.n.. nroAnrAd three bottles, and commenced giving
it to her. The effect was Magical. In less than a
month to my great astonisnment, sne was entirety
nrs, with much respect and gratitude,
Rosadalis Cares sill Skin Diseases.
Wilson. N, C. September is, 1867,
Ttr T.vnnM! Dear Sir In 1863 mv 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 ont in sores, Ac. Rosadalis was
pres ribed by my laniuy pnysiciun. ur. A, u. oioore.
AllOr UIH1UK ! lW nw& Ul 0VU wacu. ,v
mains entirely well.
Yours truly, J.B.DANIEL,
Chronic Liver Complaint Cared.
Thi. U to eartifv that I was cared of Chronio Liv
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after
having been confined to my bed and house foralnng
time, and trying various medicine without benefit.
I know of several others in this county cured
through the use of Rosadalis, and it can be found in
nearly every house in mv neighborhood, and they
all prats, it as. great ,JkollAS THORN.
Green County, August 14, 1867.
Rosadalis Is a PotentRemedy In all
From G. W.ULorHT, Ebq., Attoknet at Law,
Wilson. Nobtb Cabomba.
I have been cured of Chronic Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of t-n years' standing, by
Itosauaiis. ui.u. mr . nwun a
Rosadalis will Care the Very
Worst Cases of Chronic
Portsmouth, Va., February 35, 1868
iw.ti -T TT. Kaker;
Dbah Sib- This is to certify that I have been
J ears, many hium uuwiw w u,u,.. u.w.
oines recommended to me for the disea.e, without
receiving any benefit. Having heard "Kosadalis"
highly spoken of, 1 procured a bottle, and, finding
7: r A it null) 1 .in harm. tt ...
eUUlD iciioi, v"'j.imm . huv. . r a J ""J
that I am completely well.
1 not only consider the Rosada is" a sovereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, and 1 cheerfully recommend it to the
"UlCWU' "jAMi& WEBB.
IbWfl. nuuirj J, XoOO.
I hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawrence's
justly celebrated Rosadalis in my family as a gen
eral Alterative and Tonic with the most satisfac
tory results, and 1 therefore conscientiously recom
mend it to the publio as a medicine of rare and gen
uine merit. JAMES W. DAVIS.
Sheriff of Wilson county, N.C,
Rosadalis. This medicine has met with an un
precedented suocess in thisoominunity. Capt. Ba
ker, the polite and attentive agent for this city, in
forms us that it is next to impossible to supply tbe
demand made for it; and that the medicii e is effect
ng some wonderful cures, and giving great satis
faction to all who have used it Xorfolk (Fa J
Daily Journal. JTovmnbtr S9, 1867.
Prepared only by J. J. LAWRENCE. M. I)..
Chemist, Baltimore. Md., (late of ilson, N, C.J
Price tl 50 per bottle.
47 Sold wholesale by all the pnccipal Wholesale
Druggists in ail the large cities of the United Atatet
and British . America, and retailed by druggists
every where. .
All letters of inquiry Ae. .promptly answered, .
Address Dr. J.J. LAWRENOb ACO.. sole pro
prietors and manufacturers, 244 Baltimore street.
Baltimore, Ma . -i - n
230 Vine St.. Cincinnati, O.
3"For sale in Columbus by Braun, Brack A Co.
Huston A Gardner. 8: . Samuel A (to., and B
Jones A Son. maylj-diwly
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
Five Trains Daily,
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on tl e
Llttlejniaml Ac Col am ban At, Xenla
NfOHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbns at 1:1
A.M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead,
Uaiion, presume, anemy, new xxinaon, weiung
ton, Grafton and Berea. arriving at Cleveland at
6:20 A. M.. New York 70 A. M. This train leaves
Sunday morning, not Monday.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 5KW A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts frooi tbe Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbus at
11:10 A.M. H ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Ga
ion, Crestline, Shelby. New London. Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3:50
P. M., New York next day at 3:45 P. M.
MAIL ANO EXPRESS Leaves Columbus atld
P. M. Will stop at Worthirigton. Lewis Center
Delaware, and an rotations to bhelby ana oruion.
New London. Wellington, tiraftnnand Berea. Ar
riveet Cleveland at 9 26 P. M., New York 1030 P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3:04 P. M. WiU
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield
r0 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M arrives at Delaware at :10 A. Jl.; Coluiubus
Patent Sleeping Cars are ran on sal
Night Trains to Chicago,
New York and "
AaT Baggage checked through to New York and
Bostonvia Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New l ork. via Crestline. ,
Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 100 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at U:H
Mail Train arrives at Colnmbus at :10 P. M.
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbu
at 10:25 A. M.
Fare ai Lsw as by any Other Rente.
' Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. 8. FLINT. .
Superintendent. Cleveland. Ohio. '
. .. ;, JAMES PATTERSON. .
Agent, Columb a, Ohio.
: Colnmbus, May 11. 1868.
PR 0 CLAMATI0N.
rrHE QVILIFIED TOf ERI 'OC
A Franklin county are hereby not ified to meet at
their respective places of holding e lections on the
3d Tuesday ot notober, A. ! una, being the -
13th Day ot October, A. D. 1SOS,
and vote for the following officers, to-wit:
One Secretary of State;
One Judge of the Supreme Court:
One Member of Board of Public Works;
One Co n-issioner of Common Schools; '
One Clerk of Snoreme Court:
One Representative in Congress to represent
the Meventn congressional uistnot;
One Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas,
One Prosecuting Attorney;
One County Commissioner; '
One Infirmary Director, and
One Countv Hurvevor. v'
The Trnstees of the several Townshios are re
quired to return to the Clerk of the Court the
name, or the tallowing number of . urorsj ,.
:ity A Montgomery TptO Perry...
Franklin 6 B'endon
Jackson 4 Plain
Pleasant S Jefferson
Prairie Mifflin 3
Brown..-. S Truir 3
Norwich 3 Hamilton
Washington... 3 Madison ,6
bbaron a Uiinton
Given under my band and seal, this 8th day
18EALI ot September, a. u. ish.
GEORGE H. EARHART,
Sheriff of Franklin County, Ohio.
FOR THE HAIR.
",; Improved! -'
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Hair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps tbe Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Boots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It Immediately steps Hair Falling Out.
It keeps tbe Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to itt Original CoIofT
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
It baa received over six thousand voluntary test!
monials of its excellence, many whioh 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 0 ne Dollar per Bottle . Whole
sale by Demaa Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.
Schieffelin A Co.. New York. rscnsT-mehW-dly
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
No. 220 South High St., '
T HAVE XrjST RECEIVED Till
A. largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Uoods ever Drought to this city, consisting ot
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low.
aat Caah nricea.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
READY MADE CLOTHING.
. JOHN HUNTER,
jnSJ-dly 30 South Hiah street.
ST. J AMES HOTEL,
' Poarth Street, near Mala,
HENRY P. ELIAS, - -' - Proprietor.
rpHIR POPULAR HOUSE. CENTRALLY LO.
A cated and eonvenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is tbe most desuiabie stopping
place for persons visiting the city. No pains will
oe spareu ij dibhv luo bv.j ui ,ubw wicocbui. iu
every particular. . . . myiu-aom
Ta.uable Hotel Property for Sale.
THE UNDERSIGN felt WILli SELLAT
nrivate sale that well known and oonular tav
ern ktand, situated in the town of Ba tiu-ore, Fair
field connty, unio, now orcnpied by Major W.J.
Creed, if not sold at private sale it will be offered
at publio Sale on uctoner lam, ices, on tne prem
ises. Torres easv. For further particular, apolr
to the present occupaDt, the undersigned, proprie
tor f thj, ' tlitKoff Hnnse "nrVranlr H . f farrjenter
in Lancaster, Ohio.
sep24.dtocU6 JOHN KAUFMAN.
WM. MONYPENY, ;
Forwarding and Commission
dealbb ns - i
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUR, WHISK T, Ac. . :
" T t Prices Paid at all times for
vorn, ii cariey, e., eto.
... -j F FT C B
Near West Eat etNau'l R eel Br id a; e
' COLUMBUS.' OBIO.
W PHILOSOI-HY OF MARRIAGE. A Niw
Codbbb of Lkctuhbs. as delivered at the
York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub-
iects: How to live and what to live for: Youth,
daturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review
ad : The cause of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for; Marriage philosoph
ically considered, Ac. , .
Pocket volumes conUining these lectures will be
forwarded to partier unble to attend ra reecipt of
four stamps, by addressing BACriniaKi,
Yon Muagrn ok sshtu.i "
Bboadwat Ajw Yoak.
TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
The Shortest Route West-No
Change of Cars to Chicago, Peoria
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Uniom Depot. Co
lumbus, as follows:
n.ir A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS (Sundsys
U.iJ excepted arrives at MillordSM A. M -Lrbana8:62
A. H.; Piqua 10:05 A. M : Lima laili
P. H.- Toledo 3:15 P. M.; Detroit 6:10 P. M
Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo' and
Detroit 2 lieura ahead of any other route.
lO.lfi F. M. DAY EXPRESS (Sundays e
1Z.1U eepted.) Arrives at Urbana 240 P. M.t
Piqua 9:55 P. M-: Uradlord Junction 3:15 P. M.;
Richmond 435 P.M.: Indianapolis 7:30 P. M.; Lo
gansport 9:50 P. M.; Peoria tOS A. M.; Galesborg
8:45 a. M.; Bur ington. Iowa. WIS A. M T Louis
ville I JO A.M.: Terre Haute 11:00 P. Mj A) a Moon
1:35 A. M ; Cairo 40 P. M.: Paua 3.-31 . M.i Al
ton 7:00 A. M.: St. Louis 8K) a. M Lafa.etta
11M P. M.; Springfield. Illinois. 6:30 A. M.: Quin
ey IS:45 P M.; Keokuk 8:00 P. M -
Passengers by this trafn veach St. I.onis the next
nforning 8 hears ahead, and- f r point west
of St. Louis ONK TRAIN IN ADVANCE of
all other routes. i - " .;.- ;,; , .
K.OA P. Mi CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX.
Jttdj fitKHS (Sundays excepted. Arrives at
fiqua 8.-48 P. Logtnsport :06 A. M.) Ubieawo
8.-15 A. M-: IndianaooKs i A. M.i Terr Hants
56 A. at.: Evaosvilla 68 P. M.; Uattooa a A.
M.; Pane 10f)S A. M.; Alton 1:40 P. M.; St. Lonia
t5 P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.; Springfield. Ills..
1.-05 P. M.; Qaincy 740 P. M.; Keokuk 6.45 P. M.i
Louisville 75 A. M.: Nashville 60 i'.M ; Mem
phis 005 A. U.i Toledo 60 A. M.; Detroit 8i
'' " NEW AND ELEGANT ' '
S 1 e o p 1 n cr G a i
RUN IN THIS TRAIN l'O CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOCIS ROUTE TO MATTOON, ILL,
3W MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE, r
Arriving at St. Louis IO hears and Louisville
8 hoars aliaad of any other rente,, i
I O, AK A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In
itJO . dianapolis. and, Snndayj excepted, to
Chicago. Arrives at Logans port 8:25 A. M.; Peoria,
6:5 P. M.; Chicaso 1.H0P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A.
Ai.; Terre tisute HnoA.a.; bvansvuie 104K) f. M.
Mattoon 1:10 P. M.; Cairo 4:15 A. M.- Pana 3:15 P.
M.; Alton 7:15 P. M.: St.1 on is 8:10 P. M.i Lafay
ette 3:30 P. M.; Lonisville 4.30 P. M.; Nashville
40 A. M., Memphis 3:15 P. M. - .
Panengere-by ibis train re. eh St. Louia AH and
vinicago ts aoara aasas ot aay other -
State Koom rleerInjj Ceurm
RUN IN THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS '
A" Call for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond
Sr Tieketa for sale at fjnir.n and Pinna Denota.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
1 Jr. CHANDLER, Genl Ticket Agent. .,
J. M. LUN T. General Saperintenden
NEW TOME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
Three Trains LeavsCelambBs (Un s'
usssui ataiiy (ouaaay a except;..
2:io" A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, errivin 1
Zanesville at iiu A. M.; Bellaire at 8:10 A. M.
Baltimore at t30 A. M.; Waohington City at SOi
a M. .' ; - L'. .:."-!-'..'.
IftlO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESa-irrivin
at Zanesville at me P. M : Bellaire at 430 P. At.
Baltimore at 8.30 A. M.; Washington City at,
A -M. -
B-.OO P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arrivina at Zanes
ville at 4:46 P. M.: Bellaire at 80 P. M.; Baltimore
at 4S P, M.; W ashington City at 5:45 P.M. :
a These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hour
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
- Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern
cilies have the privilege of . - -, -
Yifciting Washington City Free,
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
Aak For TICKETS wis BEIXAIR.
JNO L. WILSON. Master of Transportation.
- h. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent-
JNO. W. BROWN. Genl Passenger Agt. '
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
On an after MONDAY. May 11th, 1RB8, FOU
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ST.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, XJT. .
' SIAHAF0LIS A CHICAGO,
Wltbou f change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only on change of cars to IN
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO.
Connections are reliable as follows .
i, .., . FIRST TRAIN (Daily).' V. . .
... . i
Leaves at ISO A. M. for Cincinnati, Circleville
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillicothe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Lovetand,. arriving at
Cincinnati at 60 a. m.
. SECOND TRAIN, ,7 -.
(Daily except SundayaJ , . : -
Leaves at 5tOO A. M. for Cineinnati, Dayton
, Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, 8clma,
Cedarville-Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow.
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelan.l. Milford, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:36 A. M., connecting
with the Mail Boats.
'. "J THIRD TRAIN. '
(Daily except Sundays.) ' ' ' ' '
Iieaves at 12:85 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton aad
Spripgfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6U0 P. it.
FOURTH TRAIN.' '' ' ;
. .. (Daily except Sundays.)
Leaves at 6:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
Springfie'd via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London, South Charleston. Selma,
Ce'arville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:00 1 . M,
Sleeping; Care on all Night Train.
' HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent
JNO. W. iOHRTY, Agent,
JOHN DURAND, V
W. L. O'BRIBN,
nt t- it ' - -" '.' '
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST, LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE ,
m and alter June S9th, 1F, trains will run as
Leave. N.Y. Express. Mail ' Fist Line.
Columbus.. ....3:00 A. M. 1:16 P. M. 11) A.M.
Newark 8:26 A. M. , 80 P. M. 1S:36 P. M.
Stcubenville... ;00 A.M. M0 P.M. 5:15 P.M.
Pittsburgh ....11 10 A. M. 19KM M. 7:05P.M.
Harrisburg.... 0:20 P. M. J:20 P. M. 6.-00 A.M.
Philadelphia.. IrSS A. M. 40 P. M. ' 5 A. Mi
New York.... 6:08 A. M. 8:56 P. hi. 11:60 A. M.
Baltimore 6.-4S A. M. 630 P. M. ltOO P. M.
Washington... M0 A. M. : P. M. 45 P. M.
Boston." 6.-00 P. M. - ?a-P-U.
Elegant stae room sleeping cars pn all nighttrains.
On h t ast Line tbe celebrated 'Silver Palace'
dav and night cars are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
aa- Passengers by the 3p A. M. Sunday traia
arrive in New York at o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never
' "Genl Ticket Agt, Steubenville, O.
W. W. CARD, Superintendent. Steubenville, O.
H. B. BROOKS.
Ticket Agent, Columbns, 0.
JOHN B. PETERS, Agent. Columbus. O.
juDeio-dly juSO . ,
w. . naookg. 1 alx. Houston. vi. b. bl b
J. Jto- W . 13. UHOOKH,
- Cor. Bless. At. Rich 8ta., Colnnikaa,
' DXALK118 IK
HEW ORLEANS BUGARS AND M0LAB8B
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