RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Showing the arrival and departareof train at Oo
mbas, Ohio. Ob and after Monday. Uajr J4
trtiaa wiU ran a follow i
:! : -. '
f . .
CITUWf Celnsmbna ck Clntl K. K.
Z. I.BAT1., ARKIVlt
K. T A Wester Express.. 1:10 A.M.. 1WA.H1
iVew York Bxpre...,.... .11:10 A. M. H:io p. M.
Mail and xpeese.. 8:30 P. M. 9:10 P. M.
Delaware Aooommodatio IM P. M. Ml A. M.
ffo. 1 Aoeoiaraodatioa 5:00 A. M. S:2S P. M..
i thi train lunt Sunday morning ot Monday.
f ' JAMES PATTERSON Agent. 1
LIUU ll.ia.aal ekCelamane Xeala K.B.
' - ' " V. . ; . .' ' T.sAVH. AURIVR.
NlsKttrfeae..-............ 1Ao A. M. r? a. M
Uiaoiroiati AeoueuDodslioa. 5S A. M. e-js P. M.
KxpTrMrS.-. ......1336 P.M. 11:00 A. M.
Exptee......... : 8:15 P. M. 1:55 P.M
JN0.JW. aiOHERTY. Agent, :
Haiti ate re Oh la rtailraaa, Central
Ohio Division. . -. ,
k .u. ;v ;.i . 'iiaTt.r.' ARRIVB.
Nitht Bxnrna:.'...'...'.. 1:10 A. M. lists P. M.
Lightning Bxptee........lMe A. M. 4:45 P. M
Mail. P- M. 11:30 A. M.
A. J. Smith, A tent.
ikai Calcat aad Indiana Cn.
rai Kail way.
Nigh Exwe.. ..1S:0S A. M- 1:16 A.' M.
AoooattaodeAioa..... :4S A. M. 1:58 P. M.
W mem Express.
...... 530 P. M. . im P. M.
Day Express .
iaao p. m. ii A. M.
' G. A. Hill, Agent.
aadaakw, maaaflald Newark. B.B.
Train leave Newark and arrive at follow i :
Freight. .....i....'........ oo A.M. M P.M.
Mail and Express ....... J0.20 A.M.- .SS P.M.
Mansfield Express ..... s.45 P.M. 9.45A.M.
A. W . Demos. Agent.
Mttabnrsrh, Cincinnati Ac St. fLoala
at all way.
. IKATB. . ARBTTB.
New Toirk Express.. MOi.M.' 11:15 P. M.
Lightning Express.... ..-.11:20 A. M. - . 60 P. M.
Mail and Express ......... S:15P. M. - 1:MA. M.
Daaniaan Aooommndatioa 6M A. M. M P. M.
New York Exnreu inn daily. All otbei traini
ran daily, exoapt Sunday.
. Deaaiaoa Aeaammodatioa ttarta from freicbt
' . John B. Pbtem, Agent .
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
. AKKITXB. OL08S8.
A. M. P. M. A. K. r. M
Eastern Thranirn Mal!f,
ria HteabanTiUa and
Eaaura Way Maila, U. C.
Forth west. Tia Ft. W. 4
C.,!. C.C. ACf. R.R.
Chicago. Til C. P. I. C.
V. A U. B. K
Little Miami R.R Thro
Little Miami R. R . War.
V. O. K. B . Newark.
-Zanearille A Wheeling.
C- O. R-War .......
C. v. f hroueu and
13:30 12 JO 1W t JO
.... . 11
.... c 1:55 1130
- 70 110 7 JO
Jat M ay.National Road. 10J0
Ui. Vernon Way.Wastef
Korth Colambnj andClin-
W ashington C.H..ria Ear-)
rUbnrg. , (tri-weeklyj I .
arrirea Mondays Wed-1
nesdayi, A Fridayt, and f
learea Taeedaya, Thura-1 " .
daya and Saturday J
Centre Tillace. tr-week-
HW .... 7 JO
ana raiuroay . i . .
Ofmci HorRg. Office openi at IX o'eloek A. M.,
and elaee at 1 P. M . Sundays, opena at 8i A. M ..
sad closes at IX A. U, i' - ,. -y .
at P. M.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
[New York Mercury, August 2d. 1868.]
"Singing Solders"—The Last
Radical Insult to Valor.
Apropos of tbe attempt on the pirt of
the Jacobin majority in Congress to organ
ize a company of "finelnsr soldiers," we
have received tbe subjoined, poem from a
correspondent, who states, in an accompa
nying note, that be was in thirteen general
actions and seven small engagements dur
ing tbe late war. He lost bis left hand at
Gettysburg, aud would, ha says, be wil
ling to sacrifice his right in the Democrat
ic cause, believing that a victory over Rad
icalism next fall is as necessary to the safe
ty of - tbe Republic as the de(at of the
Southern Rebellion was five years ago.
. The order (ior the document reads like a
military rescript) to tbe crippled veterans
who have been discbaiged from the army
to organize as an itinerant band of min
strels to sing in Grant, Colfax and negro
supremacy, is about tbe most impudent
dodge that the Constitution breaking an
archists have' yet attempted. Hitherto
the war-sneaks, shoddy contractors, and
bond-holding oligarchy bave been content
to organize the gallant men whom they
sent to war at substitutes for their own
coward! v carcasses. - as bnndle-carrvinz
and boot-blacking ' associations; but now 1
they propose to draft tbem into the -ranks
of Jacobinism as a tronpe of melodious
mountebanks,Dledged to warble the praises
of the very men who . bave been
grinding their faces for tbe last four years;
who give the offices they bave earned a
right to with tbeir blood to the meanest
sycophants that crawl the earth, and whose
openly avowed design it is to make the ne- -greesfset
free at tbe cost - of a million of
lives and three millions of treasure, the po
litical n, asters of tbe defenders of tbe Un
ion, r The "Boy in Blue" is not a practiced '
poet, but he bat pot into rude and forcible
rhyme the indication of a crippled soldier
of tbe Republic at being called upon, after
fighting its battles, to devote what war has '
left him to the service of the New Treason
that greed, ambition and fanaticism are en
davoring to enthrone on tbe ruins of the
late rebellions '-. - - r .
THE LAST INSULT TO VALOR.
A Simple Poem Addressed to his Mutilated Follow
BY A BOY IN BLUE.
). Ala f poor wounded comrades, - -
Did yoo think your work was dona -
W ban yon erawled borne, siek and ruged, -'
From tbe fields your prowess won t .
-.. So, yoa still are held to serriee ; - '
" - and aselewn of Faetkm's ring, -
. Tiler traitors than you conquered .
Lying bailada bid job skig.
. -. a ,. .... -s-n. --1'ir
Totter forward on year crutches, ; .
Wittt yeur empty ooatsleeves eome,
'Hurry up your shot-torn bodies '
- At tbe tap of 8 noddy's drum. "
t ' Thouth your limbs, to prop the Union,
- ' You gave freely, that was naught;
' Split your throat to serve the scoundrels
. Who were ttealing while you fought.
I Te the Blunderer of Vienna, a " ' ' ' " ' '
- To the Thief of New Orleans, '. "' ,
.. And to On-to-Richmood Greeley. , .
II Hhoat eostatio lo Pasans 1
'' Swindlrrs, imbeciles, ana eowards ' .
" Claim your voioea, votes, and souls.
p Dress your ranks, the word is "Music."
t -- AndTbad Stevens calls the rolls.
Wi!l ye have these men for masters?
Shall they lead you through the laad ; -:
Like a caravan of monkeys
Taught to caper at command T
. Gal last heart, whose vietor-thander
At Antietam shook the skies,
W ill you glorify the negro. ' v:"
II: And give melody to lies t. "
;r llatarp'y, ye shattered heroes,
j . Agairut Mbel canon flang . .
I 3y utr solt-shcll Alexander - , ; ,
And mock Caesar east in dang T .
.-. Tell soar white-livered insuitera . :,
' By the God of Battles, No 1
That the star of War' grand theater
Cannot twinkle in their show 1
"While on rogues who shaved your rations
Party's choicest favors fall. -,
Speeoiatioo farms your musclar . .
Xate the Union's living wall.
Diesced i motley to be stared at. . . .0
And by sordid greeji kept down.
You must live by carrying bundles
Liveried lackeys of the town 1
Tell the world, my labeled comrades, -
- What returns per week you bring,
, To the Radicals woo slave yoa. '
For wnoeeehiefs you're asked to sing;
: How they grudge yon meagre wages,
. . Bow they fatten on yoursweai; .
And whet came you have to warble
- Ua the pittances you get I - - "
Tell fka world, Potomac Yotenns, '""
Who (o grudgingly were given
Leave to labor for the nation.
la whoa vanguard you had striven, '
What your taskmaster decided.
When their SDiee the tirfinja bur
"That you meant to vote for Seymour .
And the Army's idol, Blair i
r i ... . -'.- .
Bow they damned you and discharged you. .
ti a Itn a malice oorn oi oeii, - - ...
.. Be-atue heart, vote, and oonsoiewe ; .
;. At their beck you would not sell.
. And 0 1 don't forget to ' ention .. -.
' ..- Bow our ballots under seal
Sent from Richmond for MeUlellan.
-, j Stanton' tools were hired to steal I t
Beer in mind the seventeen thousand ' ' '
1- Soldiers' votes all good and true . . -' -That
lor "little Mao" were given " '
By his whole-souled boys in blue!
You all know how they were cancelled, .
. And their bearer lodged in jail,
-tt tbe white man's eause should triumph,
And the New Rebellion fail. , ,. .
The "Soldier Messengers" of New Tork are hired
atstarvation wages by a eompany of Radioal monop
olists, who pay tbem from 13 to $4 a weekea h, and
have recently tried to cut down that miserable pit-
?AJl the Presidential election of 1864, the soldiers'
ballots for "little Mac" were stetmed out of tbe en
velopes by Government spieJ, and Linoola ballots '
substituted in their stead: and 17,000 votes, in one
batch, were stolen from Col. North in Baltimore,
the Colonel himself being thrown into a dangeon
for having dared to take charge of them. This if
O' Have wa loci our richrsj 'bravei brother, '"i ' ' I
!i Aad is tis. indeed, tbe ead-. ot;
To be outcast in the country, ., . .. , .... h.
, We enlisted to defend 7 :" '.' , , "
"-Shall the black who tuo to treason "
- ' TiH tbe tideof battle tamed. . i '
, With the help ot Northern sharpers, ..
. , , j Rule the roast while we are spurned T, . . , -
Let us answer In Novcmoef,'
'-' As true men should answer knaves ; '
'i As the martyred dead would answer, r
Could the Q'estion pierce their graves. .,
' ' Let us show the bloated upstarts.
u ho by b'aok votes hope to reign,
That the Union saved by bullets. -
We with ballots will sustain. .
A BOY IN BLUE.
[From the Cleveland Plain Dealer.]
WHITE BOYS IN BLUE.
Names of Generals who Support Seymour
The following Is a partial list of the Gen
eral officers, distinguished In the Union
array,- durinjr the late war, who support
Seymour and Blair. Tbe White Boys in
Blue who composed the armies of the Po
tomac, Cumberland, Georgia, Tennessee
from the JNorth, East and west win rea
dily recognize many ol their distinguished
and faithful Generals. The military record
of these is clear and above suspicion. The
archives of the War Department, or Judge
Advocate General's office, contain no im
putation upon their bravery and valor.
They were intrepid in the field, as they are
firm and resolute now in their tfforts to
stem the torrent of Radical misrule and
Jacobin corruption: .v ;
Gen G B McClellan Gen J J Peck,
Gen W S Hancock, Gen J W Blanchard,
Gen Gordon Granger, Gen HFMcMahon,
Gen.DN Colch, Gen T Runyon,
Gen Chas P Stone, Gen J B Sweet zer,
Gen W B (Bald j) Gen J S Fulierton,
Smith, . Gen James Craig,
Gan Gershora Mott Gen J C McGowen,
Gen G W Morgan, Gen S Cominger,
Gen A Sanders Piatt,Gen Hugh Cameron,
Gen VV McCandless, Gen Henry M Nagle,
Gen G A Custer, . Gen R Patterson,
Gen L H Rousseau, . Gen E B Brown.
Gen G W Crook: Gen J U Parkhurst,
Gen John E Wool ' ' Gen H A Morrow,
Gen WF Rogers, GenTCurley,
Gen John Love, ' ' Gen O C Maxwell.
Gen A A Steams. Gen H E Davies, Jr
Gen Morgan LSmith,Gen J L Crox ton, -Gen
G N Roberts, Gen James Shields,
Gen R N Bowerman, Gen Jas R Slack,
Gen Thos Ewing. Jr Gen H H Heath,
Gen W B Franklin, Gen C D Pennebaker
Gen J A McClernand,Gen Hugh Ewing.
Gen H W Sloonm, Gen H Be d ton,
Gen John W Horn, Gen Willis Gorman,
Gen W J Sewell, - r. Gen T Kllby Smith,
Gen Cbas E Phelps, Gen Geo C Rogers, .
Gen J B Steadman, : Gen O B Wilcox,
Gen Wm H Davis, Gen J C Davis,
Gen W W Averill, Gen N M Curtis,
Gen Alex D McCook,Gen J J Bartlett,
Gen Peter Ly le. Gen W T Ward,
Gen A 8 Dasrgett, ' Gen C C Loomis,
GehACGiUem, ' Gen B Patridge, -
Gen M R Patrick, Gen H CHobart,
Gen Jos F Knipe, . GenHCDunlap, .
Gen Geo P Jte, Gen Chas Jt alrchild,
Gen Jesse J Phillips, Gen W C Wbittaker,
Gen J W Denver, Gen W S Rosecrans,
Gen Thos A Davis, Gen D C Buell,
Gen E S Brag?, -. Gon F H Warren,
Gen Durbin Ward, ' Gen R A Vaughn,
Gen S M Zulick. Gen A A Stevens,
Gen James McQuade,Gen Wm Hartzhorn,
Gen T L Crittenden, Gen J H H Ward, .
Gen E H Hobson, . Gen John Clark,
Gen Wm P Benton, Gen Geo Spalding,
Gen A S Williams. Gen J F Ballier,
General Thos W Egan.
, ;; A New Article of Food, .
' " . '" ITrandaUen
It was M. Brillat Savarin, the celebrated French
(lutronomi. who first said, that "the man who in
vents a new dish does more for Society than the
man who disooveis a Planet." Tbe
CACIO 1)1 MACCAItOrVI
or Italian prepared Cheese Maecaroni, is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome and niauant
comestible (convenient lunoh) for tbe use of Fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics). Travelers,
and for use in Beer S loons, Baror Sample Rooms.
It is eaten on Biead. Biscuit or Toast.
It is suitablefnr Sandwiches rfnelese "Due ft-
Unt di pant condtntro.'l Especially is it adapted
tor tnose climates wnere tne article ot cneese can
not be kept in a sonod condition for any length of
It may be used as a seasoning for Sonps, Bash or
Stews and warmed upon a stove, after the can
has been onened. it malces. without further nrei-
paration, a Delicious Welsh Rarebit.
For Travelers and others, it is far more econom
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot-
tad Meats. .
Tbe proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
it a trial.
Send 5 for simple dozen X lb Cans, and rich
ly gilded show card, securelv paoked. and ship
ped per express to any address. Liberal discounts
made to tbe trade.
N. B. The Caciodi Maecaroni is put np in tin
boxes, and sacked in cases of two dozen at $8 per
ease, net cash.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
Fruit Stores. ,
Responsible agents wanted every wnere.
All orders and eommnnioationa should be ad-
TiUS L1V13USTOH CAU1U UUMfAfl,
SB Liberty Street, New York.
A WORD WITH YOU!
BBRAD IS THE STAFF OF LIFE
vnnr most imnnrtant artiole of diet. The health
of your family largely depends upon it being .
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
; ' Would you have it so T Then use only
ja-rr IS ABSOLUTELY pure.-e
Whiter than snow: makes Bread always light
wmte ana Deautiiui- laae a pouna nume
to your wife to-night. She will be
delighted with it. , .
Buyers of Soda should try our '
BI-CARB01V ATE OP SODA.
guarantee it not only fur superior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best New
CasUe or English Soda.
manufaCtubxd bt ths
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
VXT-auglO-eodly-r ; - : r.
Executor's Sale of Real
IN PCRSVANCB OF Alt ORDER OF
the Court of Common Pleas of Franklin coun
ty, Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction, on
the 14th day of November, 1888. at 1 o'clock. P. M.,
npon tbe premises, the following: described real es
t tate, situate in Franklin county, Ohio, being the
east half sestion 11, lot 16. township 11. range 11,
refugee tract, excepting therefrom 300 sores off the
sooth side there .f now owned by fclisha Whitsell
land iinldah Whitsell, containing 136 and2S-100
acres. Ssid real estate will be soldT in three equal
paroels of 418-100 aores each, fronting on the coun
. ty road.
Lot No 1. which is the south one-third, is ap
' praised at $45 per acre.
Lot No. S, the middle third, at 60 per acre.
Lot No S. the north third, t $45 per acre.
Term ot Sale One-third in band, tbe residue
in ooe and two years from the day of sale, with aa
! nual interest, secured by mortgage on the prcm-
1 will also sell at the same time and place, a lot of
corn in shook; also, some hay and book wheat.
i arms made known tne day ot sale.
Oct. 5, loss. ANTHONY W. TAYLOR,
Exeeutor of Daniel Whitsell, deo'd.
Geo. L. Converse, Att'y. - oots-w4t
DR. D. McBRIAR,
Dentist, is making full
upper sets of the very best
Jiuality of artificial Teeth
or i5 and HO. For
strength, durability and
beauty they can't be surpassed in the Sta'e. All
work warranted to give perfect satisfaction or no
Offioe'and fesidenoe. No- 179 East Town street,
between Fourth and Fifth streets,
Drs. Warner & Emminger,
RECARDINO THE TEETH OF THE
nrst importance to health, oomfort and beauty,
we cordially invite you to oall at our pleasant i)eu
tal rooms. No. 18 East Hroad street.
. Your intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender and the properly qualified Den-
;-rtifiJs'al lnda bT n worn with eom
fort and serve the purpo,., ot speech, mastication
and beau ty. As JJentists we aim to be the but. and
furnish all that s ffooa.
leein extraoieu wiiuum paiu - y7.vam
PAS AUK TO ANAS JHOJ1 UHEA'l
Britain and Ireland, by Steamship and Sail
ing Packet, by weekly lines, at reduced rate... TAP
SCOTT BROS. CO.. 8 Bonth street.
Tork, continue to issue Passage Tickets, available
far twelve months, from London, Liverpool, ot
Queenstown, and Drafts, payable on demand, for
any amount, from 1 and upwards.
BAILEY ltfOMPSON A CO., Agent.
bmVU-wIj-HNT - Ranker. Coiumbas
CITY LOIS FOK SACE.-Five desirable
city lots, corner First avenue and Summit
Street. Mount . Pleasant addition. Purcbaera can
have beet of cellars, as the lets are High and dry.
Apply to .. JOHN SHORT,
' sp-.!-d3tw3 24 North High treet,.
-DRY GOODS .
CR ATiD OPENING
' ; of .
Fall and Winter Goods
GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO.S,
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street.
DRESS GOODS. .
Now opening, the most varied and 'lesant stock of
.Plain and Fancy Dress Goods, erer
0-iered in this market.
In all the new style and colorings. A magnificent
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES !
An elegant assortment. . -
V. . . - i: " .
FULL LI5E -
Full assortment of Harris Brothers Seamless Kid.
. Also. Alexandre's.
OUR PRICES ARE UNIVERSALLY
GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.,
' ' '; Nos. S3. S5.T A 29 South High st.
FALL AND WINTER
EX rRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
.TO BUY AHC
U AUGHT O N'S!
Pnrchasersof Dry Goods are cordially Invited to
call and examine the :
J)RESS GOODS ....
- tlS & 188 Son til His; It Street
norll-dly-aprlT COZUMBTTS. OB JO.
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO..
B A r J KERS,
Corner Broad & High Sts.
febs-dly ' ' '
r. HATDBO. JOS. EUTCHESOM. W.B.BiTPEN.
HAYDEN, HUTCBESON & CO.,
NO. 13 S. HIGH STREET,
tanSO-dly-r CalnmbBf, O.
CHARLES 0. BELLOWS.
P. I BUTLEB, '
IIAUfX, BEI.sLOWSJ Ac BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
Nos. 816 & 218 south Hijrto St. ,
(7AaiV ttctmrtvt Manufactory it at tAt Toot Of
South tlrett, on tAt CanalJ
Their business transactions, both Wbolesaleand
Retail, new extend tbrousbout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manuiaotura
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
. KITCHEN FURNITIRE
of all classes and every design of superior work
manship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chair of
every description. Wholesale and Retail.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. S. SBEFABD.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
TS. SHEPARD HAVING FORMED
e a partnership with G. H0K1GER. for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
NO. 16S SOUTH HIGH STREET,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public geberally to call and examine tbeir fiue and
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect troffi the East, and whioh tbey are now offering
for sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing deparment special attention is given to
CUSTOM MADE W0EK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
i Wa wonld resoeotfullv solicit a share of nnblie
patronage. Please give as a call. No trouble to
Remember the place : No. 163 South High street.
Columbus, 0.. Sept. W. 1868. dtf
NDEKWOOD Ac CO. ARE NOW PRE-
j ' pareu w rurniBu nuui uiu MwuNiviiim-
ry, east of the County Fair Grounds, between
Broad and Friend streets, all varieties of Orna.
mental Shrubs; Provenoe, Damask. Moss, China,
Bourbon and Tea Roses : new varieties of Peonies,
Chrysanthemums, Dahlias, Verbenas, Ac., do. Toe
eolleetion will not be wanting in any desirable
novelty. Cut Flowers of great variety in season.
T. ALLEN, Agent.
ILLCOH rirJS!. nmaa assjsa.
NEnS at his present siana,
No. 133 North High street.
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKIN O COAL, whioh ha is prepared to sell at
the lowest market price. ... .. .
-Special attention paid to Shipping. '
A, PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
and Bix years' old. very handsome, kind and
sound. Will be sold low.
ugM dtf K1CHARD KEVINS.
THE LARGEST AND MOST COIT1
BOOK & JOB PRINTING
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
Nos. 36, 38 i 40 North High St,
The attention the Business Publio called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment.
. Wa have in constant use .
Eleven Steam Power Presses
BEST AND LATEST KINDS1
And our ability to get out work promptly is
surpassed in the West. We have lately
made addition to our already
LARGE VARIEl i
And we feel oonfldent to satisfy all who Tray give
us a call. Our large fonts of type enable u
.- to do all kinds of
In the most prompt and excellent manner, and wa
. call the attention of those wanting anything
v in this inetothe
ELEGANT SPECI MENS
That we have executed in th past year. .
JOB PRINTING !
The reputation of this Honse for fine Job Printing
is well known to the business community.
Employing, as we do, none but the
Best of Workmen.
And having a fall assortment of the
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
. ' ALL KINDS OF .'
. - Bank and
. Commercial y
- - Printing,
Bill Heads, Cards,
Circulars, Letter Heads,
Blanks of aii kinds. Checks,
Drafts, &c, &c.
".-.-..;! ': , ' IK FACT,
EVERY KIAD OF JOB PRISTING
Weeded by the business public.
Wa also keep on hand a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing House in the city suoh as
Super Royal, ',' medium, ;
Heniy, , ' Crown Cap, '"
Cap, . abetter and
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as wa
.' " do, directly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at eorrespond
' ingly low rates. We are Sole
Agents for the
' ' 11 ... ' '
CELEBRATED PAPERS OP
PL A.TNE R && PORTER.
Wa particularly oall attention' to the Blank Book
manufactured by as. W are prepared to
' ".. - fill all orders for ' '
i T ourrutla, -
' 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 cha lenge competition in
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6, S8 etc 40 North High Street,
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A Safe and Certain Care (and the
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Eruptions ot the
X Xj X 3 X
IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS.
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of - Appetite. Siek Headache, Liver Com
plaint. Pain in the Back, lmprudenoe in .
Life, ti ravel,
GENERAL IIX. HEALTH,
AND ALL DISK ASKS OF THE
Rlood, Elver, Kidney Ac Bladder.
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taict, and restore toe entire system to a
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never pro
ducing tne iiigntest injury.
Is not a secret medicine. The artiole from which
it is made are published around each b-Htle., and it
is used and reoommended by the Medical Kacult.
wbere-er it hi, been introduced, as a P0S1 I I Vfc
and RELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of the
Blood Liver and Kidneys.
tT Used, and indorsed by the
leadlne Physicians everywhere it
The following, among many hundreds of our best
oitisens. testity to its wonaenui etneaoy;
CKBTIFICATES FROM PHYSICIANS.
Baltimore. Md., Marcb 4. 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALIS" to be
the Bbbt Altebat.vr in Use, and therefore
eneerlully reoommena it as sncn
- THOMAS J. BOY KIN, M.D,
" Baltimore. February 10, 1808. n
Di. J. J. IjAwrknck.
1)ehb Sir I take pleasure in recommending your
KOSADAi.ls ss a very powenui alterative, i nave
seen it used in two esses witb happy results one a
case of secondary syphilis, in w hich the patient
nronnnnced himself cured after havine taken five
bottles of vour medicine. The other a ".ace of
sorolula, of long standing, which is rapid) improv
ing under its use, and the indications are that tbe
patient will soon recover, l navecareiuny exam
ined the formnla bv which your Uosedaiis is made.
and find it an excellent compound of alterative in-
grenu. R. W. CARB. M D.
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative. Ac. and take pleasure in
recommending it to tne profession ana trie puoiie.
A. L. MOORE. M. D..
L. A.ST1TH. M. D.,
-J. H. W1NSTEAD, M.D.,
K. O. BAKHAM.M.D..
W. G.DUOGAN, M.D
E.BARNKS. M. D..
R. W. KINO.M.D.,
t. WOODiRl). M. 1)..
W. T. BKEWER. M.D..
; W.J. BULLOCK. M.D.
Jannrv V lPftft.
1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
vit.h i.h. .hn. n.mcd Phvaioians. and thev are all
gentlemen of respeo lability and standing in this
community. T. C. DAVlS.
Mayor of Wilson, N. C.
January 11, 1888.
Rosadalis -will Cure the Won
Cases of Scrofula Read the
Statement Below and Ikespair
Wilsok CorNTT, September 10, 1867,
Dr. J. J. Lawrenoe: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged five years, has been dreadfully af
flicted with M-rofu!a nearly all her life. . I tried a
great many physicinns, but witbout relieving her
much: in fact, most of them said there was no bope
ot cure. JJuring tne lasw pricggue w. worae man
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. SStith to try your Rosadalis. I at
nn... nrfw.nr.f4 thr.a bottles, and commenced aivins
it toner. Tbe effect was magical. In less than a
month to my great astomsnment, sue was entirely
. nrs.with muoh respect and erstitnde.
vr rv .. a c rvi.i r. x a .
Rosadalis Cares all Skin BIseases.
-. Wilson. N, C, September 15, 1867,
Dr. Lawrence; Dear Sir In 1881 my son. now
aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, which completely destroyed his
hA.lt.h- H. has been affiioted with an inveterate
and extremely troublesome Eruption of the Skin,
sometimes breaking out in sores, Ac Rosadalis was
pres ribed by my family physician. Dr. A.D. Moore.
Aftor taking it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely well. . - ,
V ours truly. J.B.DANIEL.
Chronic Liver Complaint Cured.
Thi 1. to MrtifT that I was cared of Chronie Lir
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after
baving been connneu to my oea ana nouse ior ii"nj
time, and trying various medicines without benefit.
1 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
au prats. as. great -H0MAS TH0EN
Green County,. August H. i867.
Rosadalis Is a Potent Remedy In all
From G. W. Blount. Esq., Attorney at Law,
WILSON, JNOKTH CAROLINA.
I have been cured of Chronio Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of t-n years' standing, by
ttosaaalis. ucu. v . ulsj usii
Rosadalis will Cure the Very
Worst Cums ot Chronic
f ' Fortsmocth. Va., February 85. 1868,
Captain 3. H. Baker : - - - - -
Dear Sib- This is to certify that 1 have been
afflicted witn Kneomausm ior tne ia nve or six
.A.r.. mini times unable to move. 1 tried all med
icines recommended to me for the disease, witbout
receiving any benefit. Having heard "Rosadalis"
highly spoken of. 1 procured a bottle, and, finding
some reliet. ennunuea it until l am oappy to say
tbat i am completely well. .... .
I nnt nnl. consider the Rosada is a sovereism
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, ana i ooeertuur reoommena it to tae
'affiioted." Yours, very truly,
Wilson, January 7, 1868.
' I hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawrence's
justly celebrated Rosadalis in my family as a gen.
eral Alterative and Tonio, with the most satisfac
tory results, and 1 therefore conscientiously reoom
mend it to the publio as a medicine of rare and gen
uine merit. -JAMES W . DAVIS,
Sheriff of W ilson county, N . O.
Rosakalis This medioine has met with an nn-
Erecedented tuooess in this community. Capt. Ba
er, the polite and attentive agent for this city, in
forms us that it is next to impossible to supply tne
demand made for it; and that the uiedioi. e is effeot
ug some wonderful euros, and siving treat satis
faction to all who hare used it Sorfolk ( KoJ
Daily Journal. Jiovetnbtr 29, 1867.
Prepared' only by J . J. LAWRENCE. M. P..
Chemist, Baltimore, Md., (late of ilson, N, C.)
Price 169per bottle. ....,,
-Sold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
Druggists in all the large cities of the United Btates
and British America, and retailed by druggists
every where. .
All letters of inguiry Ac., promptly answered.
Address Dr- J.J. LAWRENCE 40. ,: sole pro-
Brietors and manufacturers. ii44 Baltimore street,
i' WESTERN DEPOT, :
XIX. W. -A.. XTJCrC3rA.3Xr.
S30 Vine St., Cincinnati, O.
w-kV. J aTV-l V. 1 T 1j 1 a .
mw r Or paie in vuiuuiuub vj uinuu, nrucs E jo,
Hnatfin A (tanintr. H: aHamual A Co.. mnA R
J&net & Hod, nnvr-dlwly
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
T 'X"l'-v "Ixr.iiA.ss aDeaily, T
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on 0
Little Miami & Columbus etc Xenla
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbu at 1:1
A . M. Will stoo at Delaware. Cardinnton. Uilead
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New Iiondon, Welling
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
SO A. M., New York 70 A. M. This train leaves
KundM mnrninff. not MoTldsv.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leave Columbus
at 5:00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations, lan
train starts tro a tLerreignt ram.
NEW YORE EXPRESS leaves Columbus at
11:10 A.M. iV ill stop at Delaware Cardingtou.Gal
loo, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3(
P. M.. New York next day at 3 P.M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus atld
P. M. Will stop at Worthiigton, Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellinxton, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Clevoland at 9 25 P. M.. New York 10:30 P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 35 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfieio
f 0 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 8.-40 A.
M.,' arrives at Delaware at 9:10 A. .M..; Coin ji bus
10S5 A. M.
Paten t Sleeping Cars are run on al
Nisnt Trains to Chicago,
New York and
. - . j Boston.- .
Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; alse. to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
RETURNING! ' " -'
Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:00 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 11:16
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 0:10 P. M.
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbu
at 1034 A.M.
Fare aa Low aa by any Other Rant).
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT,
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
, v .. .. . Agent, Columb s.Ohlo.
Columbus, May 11. 1868.
THE QUALIFIED V O f E K S OP
Franklin oountv are hereb, not ified to meet at
their respective places of holding e lections on the
za xneiaay oi uctoDer, A. u. ices, being tne
13th Bay of October, 1 . 1868,
and vote for tbe following officers, to-wib
One Secretary of State;
One Judge of the Supreme Court;
One Member of Board of Publio Works;
One Co n.issionerof Common Sohools;
One Clerk of Suoreme Court:
One Representative in Congress to represent
the Seventh Congressional District;
una uiergot tnetiourtol fjommon lleas.
One Prosecuting Attorney;
One County Commissioner; '
One Infirmary Director, and
One Countv Surveyor.
The Trustees of the several Townships are re
quired to return to tbe Clerk of the Court the
names of the following number of .uxors:
City A MontgomeryTp40 Perry... S
rransun a Bienaon
. 4 Plain
, 3 Jefferson ....
, 3 Hamilton....
Washington 3 Madison.
Dnaron . ...... ........ a villi ton .
Given under my hand and seal, this 8th day
SEAL of September. A. I). 1868.
GEORGE H. EARHART,
Sheriff of Franklin County, Ohio.
FOR THE HAIR.
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. '
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully. '
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots 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 iu Original Color.
It brings out Hair on heads tbat have been bald for
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
ble substances. .
It has received over six thousand voluntary test!'
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.;
Bchieffelin A Co., New York. sCHNT-mch27-dly
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
; No. 220 South High St.,
... coi.i;mih;s, ohio. .
I HATE JTTJST RECEIVED THE
largest and finest stock, of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this oity. consisting of
. Exig-litsli and '
- Ca. sirnex-esw, J&o.,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low
est Cash price. - -
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
READY MADE CLOTHING.
' : . JOHN HUNTER. '
-juS2-dly S20 South High street.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
"'' Fourth Street, near Main, ' rt;
HENRY P. ELLAS, ........ Proprietor.
rpBI8 POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY L0-
nal.fi and convenient tt business, and to all
point of travel, is tbe most desiriable stopping
place for persons visiting the eit. No pains will
be spared to make tne stay 01 guests pieafant in
every particular. myl2-d6m
Va.uable Holel Property for Sale.
rHGVNDERSIGIVt.DmLL SELL AT
private sale that well known and popular tav
ern rtand. situated in tbe town of Ba tiu ore. Fair
field county. Odio. now occupied by Major W. J.
Creed, if not sold at private sale it will be offered
at public sale on October 15th. 168. on the prem
ise. Teroseasy For further particulars, apply
o tbe present occupant, the undersigned, proprie
tor of tbe "Mithoff House." or Frank H. Carpenter,
"sip'lrs0"10- JOHN KAUFMAN.
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUR, WHISKY, &c.
ter T st Prices Paid at all times for
: rn, W Barley, e c. etc.
F F T CE:
liear West End ot Nat'l H ad Brldgje
C0LVilC&, CW.. J
tO- PHIL0S01HY OF MARRIAGE. A Ntw
' 0DR8I or LiCTUHgg, as delivered at the New
' ork Museum of Anatomy, embracing the mb
. cU: How to live and what to live for; Youth,
aturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review-
I: Tbe eaufe of indigestion, flatulence and Ner
. us diseases accounted for; Marriage plilosoph.
ally considered, Ac.
'.. Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
i irwarded to partier unable to attend, on receipt of
- ur stamps, by addressing SKCRETAKY, Nsw
i ork Vrggrjx OF Akatomt akd Scibnok, 61g
boadwat Nrw Yobk. VRY-febS8-dly
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
The Shortest Route" Went J9
Changre of Cars to Chlcsasro, Pe
oria and lad iasau polls.
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot. Cn.
lum bus, as follows :
f. J K A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS (Sund.ys
excepted.) Arrives at Milford s.oo a M
brbana 8:&2 A. 61.; Piqua 10:65 A. M Lima 111
P. M.- Toledo 3:45 P. M.; Detroit 6:1 P. U
Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo and
A.wuiio nvurs it ur . u ui u j otner roura.
191 A p- M- DAY EXPRE-S (Sundays .x
'.l" cepted.) Arrives at Urbana SrOO P. bi
PiquaxdSP. M ; Bradford Junction 8:16 P.M.;
(ansport9:50 P. .11 P.n... . a m . n.i..V
2i1f.ii -iMA :iVuraln,ttoI,I-, lo'' A-'m ; Louis
7 " iu- T'7re H,ut P. M.; Mattooi
ton V:UU A . M St. !.:. ain . . t ...I....
ey 12:45 P M.; Keuktuk S:00 P. M.
.k.cui,u,uh. irjm reacn tst. Louis tbe next
orpin. 8 ahead, and f.-r point, west
of St. Lonis-ONk! TRAIN lit ADVaNCiS of
ea 1 1 nr.han a inlas
fi p- M- CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXJ
PRESS (Snnd.y. excenud.) Arrive, at
iquaSP. M.; Log.nsport 8:06 A. M.; Chicago
8:15 A. M.; Indianapolis 26 A. M.: Ter're Haute
t . C A . 1 I.' I 1 . ..Do D U . II ...
J n . Bi.; eivsubtiii. ."o i . m.; AiatluOn eats A.
M.; Psna 105 A. M.; Alton 1:40 P. M.; St. Louis
:4B P. M.; Lafayette 7:16 A. at.: Sprinefield. III...
1:05 P. M.; Qumcy 730 P. M.j Keokuk 8.46 P. M.-
jjuuisvme tzo m.: xiasoviiie ssmi i . M ; Hem
phis 90S A. a.; Toledo 60 A.; Al.; Detroit 8:3a
NEW AND ELEGANT
Sleeping Can T
RUN IN THIS TRAIN iO CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATT00N, ILL,
. 317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE.
Arriving at St. Louis IO baura and Louisville
8 hours all east of any other route.
-IO. Afi A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In-.
J Ai. vt dianapolis. and, Sundays excepted, to
Chicago. Arrives at Logansport 8:26 A. M.; Peoria .
6;15 P. M:; Chicaso 10 P. at.; Indianapolis 7:10 A.
M.; Terre Haute 10:0 A.M.; Evansville 10.-00 P. M.
U.H.UUI 1 .1 U U U . . .IK A U . LJ ... u
M.; Alton 7:15 P, if.: St. I ouis 8:10 P. M.; Lafay
ette 330 P. M.: LonisTille 30 P. U.t Nuhvill.
4 A. M., Memphis 3:16 P. M.
Passenger by this train reach St. Louis K and
Chicago tt heurs aliead of any other
State Room 6leepinsr Oar-as
RUN IN THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
- WITHOUT CHANGE. ; -AW
Call for Ticket via Logansport or Richmond1 .
49T Tickets for sale at Union and Piqua Depot., '
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Tioket
Office. . - ,
F. CHANDLER, Genl Tioket Agent. ,
J. M. LUNT. General Saperintendea -
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD.
Three Trains LeaTsColsmbni rn
Depot), Dull y (Sundays Excepted
8MO A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS.' arrivin 7
Zanesvllle at 4:38 A. M.; Bellaire at 8:10 A. M. -
Baltimore at 430 A. 1L; Waahington City at 5:15
JlStO A.M. LIGHTING EXPRESS Arriving7
at Zanesville at 1:15 P. M : Bellaire at 430 P. M.
Baltimore at 8 20 A. M.; Washington City at
A.M. - i.. : , ;. -:.-;
e:O0 P. M". EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zane 1
ville at 4:45 P. M.; Bellaire at 80 P. M.: Baltimore i
at4:45P, Washington City at 5:45 P. M
3 These traini are from TWO to EIGHT hours
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Washington. - - . -
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash- r
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger holding through tickets to Eastern '
eities have the privilege of
Washington City Free,
No Change of Cars atOhlo River,
Aalc For TICKETS wla BEL1UAIB.
JNO L. WTL80N. Usster of Transportatiom. '
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent,
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Agt. ?
may 18 ' ; i
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
On an aftar MONDAY, May lltb, lfl68, FOU
TRAINS DAILY wiU leave Columbus
F0S CINCLNNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ST.
LOUIS, DAYTON, BICEU0NS, IS.
Withou (change of cars to DAYTON and RICH. .
MOND, and only one change of cars to IN
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO. . -v.
Connections are reliable as follows ""
FIRST TRAIN (Dally). ' ' ' 1 ' "
Leaves at 1:?0 A. M. for Cincinnati, CiroleriTle .
Lancaster. Hillsboro and Chillioothe; stops at Lon
don. Xenia, Morrow, and Lovelaod, arriving at
Cincinnati at 6:20 a m. .
SECOND TRAIN. V
(Daily except Sundays J
Leaves at 5:00 A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, andstops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston. Selma.
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow.
South -Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelan, Milford. ar
riving at Cincinnati at 105 A. M., connecting .
with the Mail Boau. '
THIRD TRAIN. 1
(Daily except Sundays.) ''
I leaves at 18:25 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton gcd
Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at .
6U0P.M..- n ... . ..,
4 ;.: . FOURTH TRAIN. '
(Daily except Sundays.) . .
Mieaves at 5:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
tSpringfie d via London, stopping at Alton, West
J.fferson. London, - South--ChariestoB, Selma,
Coarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland. and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:00 i . M. - - -
Sleeping; Cars an all Night Tralae.,
HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent. 1
JNO. W. DOHERTY. Agent, :
Genl Ticket Art,J
. maylS ,
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE. " .
jn ana after June 29th, lFsv. trains will run as
follows; - ....
Leave. N. Y. Express. ' Mail Fast Line.
t'olumbus 20 A. M. ' 1:15 P. M." .110 A. M.
Newark S3SA.M. 30 P. 11. 13:35 P.M.
Steuhenville.. .9:00 A. M. 9:40 P. 11. . 5:15 P. M.
Pittsburgh ....11.10 A. M. 19-00 M. 75 P.M
Harrisburg.... 9:20 P. M. 12:20 P. M. ' 5i0 A.M.
PhiladelpMa.. 1:3 A. M. 40 P. M. 9X5 A. Mil
New York.... 6;00 A. M. 6:55 P. M. . 11:50 A. M.
Baltimore 6:45 A. M. 6S0 P.M.1 12:30 P. M.
Washiiigton... 9:40 A. M. 9.50 P. M. . 45 P. Ml
Boston 6:00 P. M 120 P. M.
E'egantsta'eroom sleeping ears on all night trains.
On the r aBt Line tbe celebrated "Silver Palace,
dar and niaht cars are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New York without change. .
7 Passengers by tbe 2:00 A. M. Sunday traia
arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning,
advantage btfore oBered.
S. F 8CULIm
Gen" Ticket Ag't, Steubenville. 1)'.
W. W. CARD. Superintendent, r-teubenville, Ol
H. B. BROOKS,
ticket Agent, Columbus, 0.
JOHN B. PETERS, Agent, Columbu. O.
WHOLESALE GROCERS.' ' :
W. B. BROOKS. ALBX. BOC8TOM.. Jru. . SI 9
J . Jto W. 13 . UROOKHd
Cor. Rich AcHlabSta., Colnmbaa,
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HEW 0BLEANS SUGARS AND M0LA88S :
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