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flail aof Xprese............ S:SO P. M., 0:10 P.M.!
WawatwAmmrrStioo.. -06 P. M. lo. A. M.;
JhvA UHfUMWiw-. Atoe A. M. 145 p. M.
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Tail tralnleevea Sunday mornior oot Monday.
JAMES PATTERSON Agent.
Utl UlaaU akOoinsasmaa: Xania K.R.
LIAYB. ASHIY. .
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VuMtnaaal A .esse weds lion. Ml. M. tjs P. M. ,
lip,..... M.-S5 P.M. 11:00 A. M.
JNO. W. DOHERTY, Agent.
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tia4niuExvraai,..U:liuMi 41 P. Ml
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A. D. SMITH, Agent.
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lAT. ASKITB. j
flight Kxpreea.......-.....lS-06 A. M- 1:15 A. Mv
AooewiaortaUoa. - A. M. ISO P. M.
Wmm Express... 540 P. M. f-oa P. M.
lay aereea.. ........ na p. M. UB A. M.
G. HILL, Agent.
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A. W. DENNIS, Agent.
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Mail and EzpraM :li P. M4 11:68 A.M.!
Dannitoa Aeeoaamdatiaa HM A. U. IMF. M. j
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ran daily, except Bonday. . !
Denoiaoa Aoeommodatioa atarta from freixht :
A. W. DENNIS, Agent. JOHN B. PETERS, Agent.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE. CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
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JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
Senator Norton, of Minnesota—He
Publicly Renounces the Radical
Publicly Renounces the Radical Party.
At the Democratic meeting t Win-,
fen, Minneeota, 4 orl tlie " 26th ' nltimo,
the. Hon. D. SJJorton, United States :
Senator from Mionesota, who has here- '
tofore' ranked imong the Conservative '
!BephblieanB,: appeared on the Stand and !
Jmblicly renounced his party. - The fol- ;
owing is his speech: r .
. t Ladies aKd Gentlemen: I did' not :
expect to address anything more than a .
nanal ' Democratic couvention when the
committee invited me to speak. ' I did
not expect to see the meeting I see here
to-hightKl'Buti it is only another , evi
dence of the great desire for peace which
is growing in ( the Eastern and Middle
States. ' Abont two years Ago I addressed
the citizens of Winona.' ' I spot e then of
reconstrnctioniX said .there were but
two ways to secure the benefits' for which
the ' war had been : waged. ' One was
to,, treat, the. 'Southerners.; as citizens
of the United States, legislate for thenr
as we would for ooraelves." The other'
waa to regard them as snbjugated, and,
therefore, wholly ' at the mercy .of the
victors. When I consider 4he -monstrous
course of the Kepnblican party
for three years past, I am' overwhelmed
with" astonishment, andrI, renounce, it,
Applaaf&.j , If there are any who wish
to know why I do sot support Grant and,
Colfax, and la ' support Seymour and
Blair, those in brietare the reasons. X
remember the reports and the comments
ef, he Republicans in this town 00 the
speech then made as to the course adopts
ed by President Johnson, and I bave"
found they, have not yet taken' excep-;
tion, to his course,, except that npon nei
gr:uffrage. , Th Thirty-ninth Cbn-'
grees passed laws for registration, &c ,'
for the election in the Southern States,;
and when they found that tbie Attorney
General would eenstrne the law so that ;
there waa a probability of ihere being a'
majority of white voters registered, C3on-j
gress was then called together b pass la ws
forthe.fegiatration of a majority f the
blacks.. Congress, did not hesitate to
pas lawi to tale, 'qtiestloni pat "ofTihet
Supreme Court, where' it. waB plaeed
:was feared the decision would,
be adverse. The' power of Congress"
over the Executive"wa8 complete. Con
gress had control of all the omces even
the revenue :tax collectors; Congress,
had shorn the President of '; power as,
Commahder.in-Cbiefi iie had no power,
to ""obstruct reconstruction." I know
hjo w easy it i to say that the Citizens of
the South are rebels and traitors that
Democrats af the North are copperheads.,
But does it prove" anything It aeema,
to nre,!wben tbri Thirty-ninth or Forti
eth Congress is proposing measures hew
and unheard of, they jmght to show It to'
be for the best interests of Ihe country.
Take Tennesseeconstructed nadertheir
plan. It is the worst governed State of
all the States (hat participated In the re-,
hellion.' Governor Brownlow is arming
the militia of Tennessee. ' What is the
militiat v Chiefly ; carpet-baggers " and ,
negroes. Armingthemforwhatf Against
their neighbors for the purpose of forcing
upon the people of Tennessee the recon
struction policy of Congress. In view '
of the failure of reconstruction in Ten
nessee, if ever a party proved a failure,
it is the Eepublican party:; of to-day..
The Fortieth Congress will-count the
votes this fall. If those Southern States
vote for Grant and Colfax they will count
the rotes; if not, they won't. - I bad op
portunities and facilities for knowing,
and I know no man desired the' restora
tion of the Union, ' more than
President Johnson, i Of men-who are
true and steadfast to the-Constitution,
no , mnsUn3s7abo'e Andrew
J ohnaon. ' .When an impartial historian
cornea to set down the deeds of men, it
will be written down of him Andrew
Johnson "Faithful he among the faith-"
less -found," : The peaker read a dis-,
patch pnrporting to te from Savanhah,
to the Philadelphia Pre th object of
which, he said, was to create prejudice
with a hope that people acting upon that
prejudice will vote to keep the Eepub
lican party in power.j, j Virginia,: Mis
sissippi and Texas would vote Demo-'
eraticif allowed to vote." and Congress
therefore did not permit them to come in,
but , allowed .- the ' ether"' States
be- admited, and, ) left those three '
States out on .their ao-called omnibus1
biJi- i. Ko man . who waa connected
.with the rebellion can have bis- disabili
ties removed unless he. votes the Kadi
eat ticket. As o4he question between
tbfe. jtaf-payBrs !,and., bondholders, , the
tronDie ot our finances grows out ox sue
Congressional 'plan ofi;i reconstruction.
&& lone as so manr of Onf states are
kept out of the Union kept as a wil-
aernesseo long wm inetrouoie remain.
Let it be removed, and revenue would'
soon' show a relief in the public debt.
The, Jepuoiican party goes in ..tor edu
cating the people to high moral ideas.
That all does very, well, my fellow citi
zens,-nut. it ( Costs something. Let us
have peace ; ,. -
[From the N. Y. Herald, Oct. 9.]
"The New Rebellion."
The Radical papers are beginning: to
fume about what they call the "new re
bellion in the South." They recite the
ebullitions of some crazy Democratic
editor,' recall the outrages ' of the Ku
Klux Klans, the assaults npon proces
sions, the turbulence, riots and blood
shed that 1 have recently occurred in
Nashville, New Orleans, Camilla and
lately in Opelousas, parish of St. Landry
in short, they point to the unsettled
and ' menacing - condition of things
throughout the States of Georgia, Ala
bama, Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas,
indeed .all ever the South, as evidence
that a new rebellion- has been inaugura
ted, and the people are warned to pre
pare for the consequences.
Now. we admit that a state of alarm,
confusion, anarchy, qnasi rebellion and
quasi-war, if yon- please, exists ' in the
South. We admit that society there is
plunged into a-'condition of chaos from
which it may take years to recover: that
business is prostrated; that the agricul
tural, commercial and all indnstrial in
terests are paralyzed;' that distrust and
discredit prevail: that education and the
cause of religion are languishing; that
the people are in a great measure strang
ers to any law except lynch law,' and
that order, the first law of God, is utter
ly .Unknown... But what, is the cause of
all this public disorder and social de
rangement! Who are to blame for pre
cipitating npon this rich and fertile land
this1' gigantic fusion of evils! The an
swer is plain.!, They arise from a wild
and utterly preposterous attempt of the
Radicals to establish in the South
the supremacy ! of race utterly
unprepared,' unfit 'and incapable to as
Bume for years to come any other posi
tion in social and political life than that
sanctioned by a condition of semi-barbarism.
If the white and black races in
the South had been left to themselves,
as they are in New York and in all the
North, there would have been none of
this anarchy, none . of . this . bloodshed,
none, of 'this "new" rebellion,'! as the
Radicals call it. In this effort to ele
vate 'the black race above the' white
the Radicals have excited in the for
mer' "visions' of v' ease,- plenty-3 and
equality which they know can never be
realized In this age. . They; hive awa
kened, in the, negro's mind an idea that
he is greater and more powerful than his
late master, ; and that when a 'question
of justice or right arises between them
the influence of the black must kick the
beam, v But when the' ignorant negro
finds that the promises' of his white
radical friends are not fulfilled he be
comes an altogether different creature
from what he was even in a state of
bondage. His savage and cruel natnre
is developed. ' He becomes a marauder,
ravisher, ... an incendiary,, a de
based and inhuman animal. ' White
citizens ' are' then obliged to de
fend , themselves against . the ' depre
dations of the blacks, and naturally
collision occurs in which it would be
singular ' if somebody - were not hnrt.
All this springs from a violation of the
laws of nature, and of the statute in re
gard to the status of the t wo races which
the Radicals insist npon carrying out in
the South, and which would be followed
by similar deplorable occurrences ; were
a like attempt made in the 'North or in
any' community where the blacks have
settlement in any numbers. Here, then,
is a solution of the question as to whom
the existing reign of violence in the
Sonth ' should be ascribed. Now
what is the remedy 1 V To apply a cor
rective to this state of things would be,,
first, to Oease giving the negroes- ideas
above their capacity; -second, to make
them understand that they . are amena
ble to the laws and as liable to punish
ment for their infraction as the white
man; third, to make them comprehend
that they must work or starve, "root,
hog, or die;" and lastly, to leave the
whites and the' blacks in the South to
settle the status of theLtwo races among
themselves, just as we -do here in the
North, without interference from North
ern place-seekers or corrupt and venal
adventurers i from any quarter. , . ...
One Taken and the Other Left.
A telegraphic dispatch from Norfolk
which appeared in yesterday's Herald
announced that Governor Wells, of Vir
ginia, had commuted 'the sentence of
Benjamin Jeffereoni a negro, 'to. iinpris
onment for life. This negro had been
sentenced to be hanged on the 8th of
October for an outrage upon Miss Sarah
FordU4 . Perkins, a white man, who bad
been: condemned to' the same penalty
for his participation in this outrage, was
hanged yesterday. Thus the white man
was taken and the negro was left. A
political pretext for the difference in the
fate of the two men has been, assigned
' the Congressional district in which
the outrage took place gives a seven
thousand negro majority." ' In view of
this extraordinary case who shall say
that the negro now has nO rights which
white men are bonnd to respect T New
York Herald, October 10.
'r :! '
.' r i
i Retaliation. "Rah for Seymours
and a rope to hang him I" shouted a boy
in the street, -.'"-
"Huzza for Seymour and Blair, and
forty nigi to pull Grant's hair !n respond
ed another little fellow more ' patriotic
than the tirst. So it goes I
aJuGlftav ' ' ' '
I . ! fi 3:1
mHK QUALIFIED V O W E K 8 '
1 Franklin county are hereby not ified to meet at
their reepectire places of holding election on the
Id l ueioay oi uotooer, &. u. toes, Deing toe
13th Day 'ot . October, A. D. 1868,
and vote for the following officers, to-wib
One Secretary of State;
r One Judge of the Supreme Court; ; .
, One Member of Board of Pnblie Works; , ....
, ' One Co n-Usioner of Common Schools; .1 1. ,
One Clerk of Supreme Court;
' One Represents tire in Congress- td represent
the Seventh Congressional Distrust;
Ona Clerk of theConEtof Common Fleas,.
Odo Prosecuting Attorney; . ,
One County Commissioner;' . ' ' '
. . One Infirmary Director, and
One Conntr anrreror. , ; .
The Trnstees of the sereral Townships are re--
quired to return to tde uiera ot toe Uourt the
names of the following number of . arors: :
CitiA MontaomeryTpaO Ferry. S
Franklin...,-... 6 Blendon.. ,8
Jackson...-......... nam s
Pleasant.,..- S Jefferson S
Prairie.......... S Mifflin...;.. t
Brown 9 Tra'-O-.. ....... S
Norwich 3 Hamilton 3
Washington 3 Madison...' 6
Sharon 1 Clinton S
Wii 'S aitSitoises thu 8th d
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the Best Altbbat vjs in Ugt, aad therefore
oheeriuuy recommend it as sucn. -,.
, i'HOMAS J.BOYKIN.M.D;
... BaLTLMOBB, February 10, 1808.Q
D. J. J. T.ivsimrs.
Dbhb Sib I take pleasure in recommending 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 the patient
nrnnnnnced himself cored after having taken five
bottles of our medioine. The other a ease of
scrolula, of long etai ding, whicn is rapidi improv
ing under its use, and the indications are that the
patient will soon reoover. . I nave carefully exam
ined the formula by which your Koseda.is is made,
and find it an excellent compound of alterative in-
.rwl innl,. Ynnra trnW-
, iv.. . R.W.CARR.M D.
-We know Dr. Lawrence's Bosadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative. Ac. and take pleasure in
recommending it to the profession and the public
s "tt !,. - - A. D. MOORK.M. D..1-, -,
. L. A. STITH, M. D..
V ' ' ' : - J- H. WINS1EAD, M.D.,'
,r,..,-l 1. . ' B. O. BAKUAM, M. D...,-
. W. G.DDGGaN. M. D
auiosl f :4 1.-.-.- E. BARNKS. M. D.k ..It
B. W. KING. M.D.,
' K WOODsRO. M. D..
( ii . .r .i - ). ; W. T. BuEWER, M. D
W.J. BULLOCK. M.D.
Jannrv 1. 1888.
1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with the above named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability and standing in this
community . - T C. DAVIS,
ii : .'.-v., .; Mayor of Wilson.NC
January 11. 1868.
Bosadalis will Cure the Wort
Cases ot Scrofula Read the
Statement Below and Despair
: Not. ' ' '
WJX80H CorHIY. September 10. 18ST.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged five years, has been dreadfully af
flicted with r-rrofula nearly all her life. I tried a
great many physicians, but without relieving her
much; in fact, most of them said there was no hope
01 CUre. inuring tae lasfc I pnrgpov wa" wunra fcuau
ever: her body and limbs being eover?d with sores
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulcerated
.nl vnll.n. While in this condition I waa ad
vised by Dr. L. A. Stitta to try your RoeadaJis. I at
onoe procured three bottles, and eommenced giving
it to her. The effect was magical. In leas than a
aionui.to mi great astonisnment, sue was entirely
" ' ' urs, with much respect and gratitude,
'' ' J i - j - . . W.W.BcRNfiTI..
Kosadalis Caret all SUIn Diseases.
.T '::.' ii -a Wilsow, N, C, September IS, 1887.
' Dr. Lawrence; Dear Sir In 1882 my ton, now
aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, whioh completely destroyed hie
health. He has been afflicted with an inveterate
.nil xtremelv troublesome Eruption of the skin
sometimes breaking ont in sores, Ac Bosadalis was
nr ribed bv mi family Dhvsicwn. Dr. A. D.Mocre,
After taking it a Few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely weu. ,
Hours truly, '. J. B. DANIEL.
: Chronic I.twer Complaint Cared.
This is to certify that I was cured of Chronic Liv
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Kosadalis, after
having been confined to my bed and bouse for a long
I know of several others .in this couoty eared
through the use of Rosedalis. and it oan be found in
nearly every house in, my neighborhood, and they
; Green County, Aagutt li, l6?.u -..i.ri vi
Rosadsiis ts a Potent Remedy In all
Faett O. W. Blockt. Esq., Attobkit at Law.
W IL80N. JNOBTB Vi ABO LIN A. , ;: : .
have been cured of Chronic Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of t- n years' standing, by
Kosadalis. w . mjUUXHT.
RosadaliS; f will Curei the Very
, - - - -; . - . -
' iWorst Cases of Chronio. i
w" Pobtshoit. Va., February 5. 1868.7 .
rjaptaln J.H.Baker: - s - '
Dbah Sib- This it to certify that I have been
affliottd with Rheumatism for the last five or six
years, many times unable to move. -1 tried all mod-
toines reoommeoueu w iuo iw w.. wmn, wibuuub
receiving any benefit. Having beard "Kosadalis"
1 . I 1 nwu.ii .oil . KnrH. mnA fiM.iau.
some relief, continued it until lam happy to say
that I am completely well. .....
1 not only oonaider the Rosada is' a sovereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but I believe it also a pre
ventive, and I cheerfully recommend it to the
."afflioted." Yours, very truly.
j r-i:yi JAtdEaiWEBB.
i WIL80M, January 7. 1868. -.-I
hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawrence's
Justly celebrated Rosadalis in my family as a gen
era! Alterative and Tnnio, with the most satisfae
tory results, and 1 therefore conscientiously reeom
mend it to the public as a medicine of rare and gen
nine merit. . James w.davis.
.,( Sheriff of Wilson county. M.O,c
i BoeiVALis. This medicine has met with aa un
precedented suoeess in thisoommunity. Capt. Ba
ker, the polite aad attentive agent for this city, in
forms us that it is next to -impossible to supply toe
demand made for it; and that the modioli e is effect-'
ng some wonderful cures, and giving great satis
faction to all wh have used it Ji'orolt ( Va.)
Dally Journal, November 39, 1887. 1 . - .
i Prepared only by J. J. LAWRENCE. M. I).,
Chemist. Baltimore, Md., (late of v ilson,- N, C.)
Price tl Mper bottle.
arSold wholesale by til the principal Wholesale
Druggists in all the large cities of the United States
and British America, and retailed by druggists
every where. - -
, AU letters of inguiry Ae. Jiromptly answered, -;
Address Dr. J . J. LAW REN UK CO.. sole pro:
prietors and manufacturers. K44 Baltimore street,
Baltimore. ltd , ... . .. - ; t
WESTERN DEPOT,- '
xart. "7i7". j&-m xxjca3-Tia".
230 Vine St., Cincinnati, O.
trVnr sale in Columbus bv Braun. Brack A (To
fluston A Gardner, 8. . Samuel A Co., and B
onea A Sen ; . j .'a ' " mayl-rdiwlj .
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
' Five ' Tarsal ft tn SOaalX-y,
' v EXCEPT SUNDAY.
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on tl e
sLItUe niJami A Colnmbns & Xenls
ITIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbut at 1:1
A.M.' Will stop at Delaware, Cardinrton. Gilead,
Galion, Creetlioe, Shelby. He London, Welling
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
t40 A.M., New York 7 KB A. M. This train leaves
Sunday morning, not Monday.-' -
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Colombo,
at 5 KM A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts fro a the Freight Yard.
- NEW YORK EXPP.KSS Leaves Columbut at
11:10 A. M. t ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal
ion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3:50
P. M ., New York next day at 3:46 P. M.
'MAIL AND EXPRESS-. Leaves Columbus at J
P. M. Will stop at Worthiugton, Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Siiilnh,
New Landon, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at9:45 P. M.. New York 1030P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3:03 P. M. Will
stop stall stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield
Cio p. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M, arrives at Delaware at S:10 A. Jl.; Columbut
10:26 A. M. .v;., . . - ... .- ...
Pa tent Sleeping Cars are ran on al
'! nifiht Trains to Chicago,
, New York and ,
-- i .ip. '
SW Baggage shocked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia aad
New York, via Crestline.
' RETURNING: ' -i'
Nisht Express arrives atColnmbut at 1:00 A. M.
' Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 11:16
Mail Train arrive! at Colnmbns at 9:10 P. M.
Springfield Aooommodatioa arrives at Columba
atloaSA.M. . .. r.: - 1 1 :
Fare aa Low as by any Other Route,
' Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
May 11. 1868. ,. . .
NEW YORK. ;. , ..
FOR TB.E II AIR.
h. Improved I -
It it an elegant Dressing for the Hair. ' "
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully. . .
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy. . . :
It invigorates the Boots of the Hair. . - v
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately steps Bair Falling Out. : '
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to He Original Color.
It bring, out Hair on heads that have been bald for
, years. .'..'",; .' .
It it composed entirely of simple and purely veget
bletubstanoea. - t.l
It hat received over fix thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many 1 " whioh are from
I physicians in high standing. -
. It is told in half-pound bottles (tha name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Deal err in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale bjrDemaa Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.;
Schieffelin Cc.New York. lBCHMT-mohT7-dly
A New Article of Food,
r7ansIanVm.l - '
' It was M. Brillat Savarin. the celebrated Frenoh
Gastronome, who first said, that "the man whs in
vents a new dish does more tor Sooiety than the
man who discovers a r lanet. ine
CACIO DI MACCAROXt
or fralian Tjreeared Cheese Maocaronl. is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome aod piquant
comestible (convenient lunch) for the use of Fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
and for use in beer S loons, liar or Sample ttooms.
It is eaten on Bread. Biscuit or Toast. -
It is suitable for Sandwiches Inglese ' Dw ftt
Une di pane eondtntro.'l Especially is it adapted
for those climates where the article of cheese can
not be kept in a sound oondition for any length of
It may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash
Stews and warmed upon a stove, after the can
nas Deen opened, -it mages, wunout lurtoer jrcy
paration, a LiBLioioug wblsh kabibit. -For
Travelers and others, ft is far more fconom-
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot.
.- Tha proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
it. trinl.. .
Send 5 for 8 tMPLB dozen X lb Cans, and bich1Y
6U.DBD show card, securely paoked, and shipped
per express to any address. - Liberal discounts
made to the trade.
N. B. TbeCaoiodi Maccaroni is put up in
boxes, and paoked in cases of two doxen at A8
case, net cash. 1 ..
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at
..Tin n a i kl . .mntjt wantj.il nvervwriere.
All orders and communications should be ad
, THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY
08 Liberty Street, New York.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
No. 220 South High St.,
. COLUMBUS, OHIO.
I HATE JTTST RECEIVED THE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this eity. consisting of i .
French, - -
Eiijrliali. and 1 " : I
jDomeeitio Clotbtj, . .
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will tall at the low
est Cash prioes.
Also keep constantly on hand a well .elected
: READY MADE CLOTHING.
., . , JOHN HUNTER,
juS-aiy ' ' ' 8S0 South High straw.
t, .: : PITTSBURGH. '
A. : "VyOBD b WITH YOXXgT
-TtRRATJ' IS THE STIFF OF1 tiVfe-
JLJ your most important article of diet. Tbe health
of your family largely depends upon it being ..
LICHT AND WHOLESOME.
it: t:l -a '. 1 - : : io
Would you have it so T ' Then use only v
NATRON ASA L E R A T U S
' aa-rris ABSOLUTELY PURE, -
Whiter than snow : makes Bread alwarS light
white and beautiful Take a pound home
to your wile to-night she will be
'.; delighted with it.
t.'j.J ; ' ' ' ---: - IV.; .
Buyers of Soda should try our
. 0Nr.Tn.r3r. .
BI-CARBOATB OF SODA.
W e guarantee Hi rot only fsr superior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best New
CasUe or English Soda.
MANUFACTURED BT TH
PENN'ASALT MANUF'G CO.;
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, near Main, '
HENRY P. ELIA8, - Proprietor.
THI8 POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY L0-
eated and eonvenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desiriable. stopping
place for persons visiiing-the-ekr. No pains will
be spared to make the stay ot guests pleasant in
every particular. , myl2-d6m
Va.nable Hotel Property for Sale.
ri.i .- :' I i r. , - . ; . v- .-1
private sale that well known and popular tav
ern ttand. situated in the town of Ba tiwore, Fair
field county, Ohio, 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
ises. Tern s easy For further particulars, apply
to tbe present occupant, the undersigned, proprie
tor of the "Mithoff House," or Frank 11. Carpenter
in Lancaster, Ohio. - - ' -
tepi.4tooU!t.aJa 3;;j J0U3. JiAPFJUN,
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
The Shortest -J Renter ' XTeat Wo
Change of Cars to Chlcaaro, Pe
FOUB TRAINS iJflLY leavt Union Depot. Co
lumbus, aa follows :
f.JK A. M.. TOLEDO EXPRESS (Sundays
Ul excepted.) Arrives at Milford 8:00 A M
Urbane 8:62 A. M.; Piqua 10M A. M Lima 11 oi
P. M... Toledo SHOP: M.r Detroit t: 10 P. M
.Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo and
Deuoit3 hours ahead of any other route.
I91ft p- M- DAY EXPRE-8 (Sunayt ex
lii.1V eepted.) Arrives at Urbana 10 P. M.;
Piqua 8:55 P. M.; Bradford Junction S.-I6 P. M.:
Richmond 435 P.M.: Indianapolis 7:30 P. M.: Lo
gansport 90 P. M.: Peoria i!5 A. M.j Galeeburg
;a,n,,B,!onA Iow- 11:05 A. M s Louis
ville 130 A.M.; Terre Haute 110 P. M.: Mattoon
S. i?A-M :- !5,Lou,i.,,. 8:80 ! Lafavette
ey IS:4S P M-: Keokuk S:to P. M
Passengers by this train reach St. Lonis the next
mornings hears ahead, and f . r neinla wist
ofSt."Louis ONE TRAIN' IN ADyTnue"
all other routes. ,(i ,
520 SbJliS1?00 AND STJ LOUIS EX
U.iU HRbSS t&undays exeeoted.) Anivee at
Piqua8:48P. M.; Log.nsport 86 A. M.; Chicago
8:15 A. M.; Indianapolis A. M.: Terrt Baute
535 A.M.: Evansville- 58 P. M.; Mat Won 838 A
M.; Pana 104J6 A. AU: Alton 1:40 P.-Mj SkLoait
.46 P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.: Springfield, Ills.
SP, M.; Qumoy 7J8 P. M.; Keokuk 8,45 Km .
Louisville 7:45 A. M.: Nashville 630 i'.M ; Mem
phis 9:15 A. M.; Toledo 6d0 A. M.; Detroit ejt
A. Ji. . , '
HE W AND ELEGANT - I
Sleeping; 'C I
BUN IN THIS TRAIN 10 CHICAGO AND -
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TOM ATTOON, ILL,
317 MILES, WITHOUT CHANGE. v
Arriving at St. Louis to hoars and Louisville
8 hears ahead of any other route. .
-lO.Af: A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to Ia
X&)0 diauapolis. and, Sundays excepted, to
Chicago. Arrives at Logansport8A5 A. M.; Peoria
6:45 P.M.: Chicago IHWP.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.; Terre Haute 10:50 A.M.; Evansville 100 P. M.
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.; Csire 4:16 A. M.: Pana 8:15 P.
M.; Alton 7:15 P. M.: St. I ouis 8:10 P. M.; Lafay
ette IM P. M.; Lonisville 4.30 P. M.: Nashville
40 A. M.. Memphis 3:15 P. M. - -
Passengers by thit train reseh St. Loait 4K and
1 biueago o atsi a aueaa 01 aay other
1 . route. nr,"
State Room (sleeping- Can
BUN IN THIS TRAM -
.FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
WITHOUT CHANGE. , ; .' '., ' ,
- Aw" Oal! for Tickets via Logansport orRiohmond
ts Tickets For sale at Union anil Pinna hmwiiL
Columbut.. and at all principal Railroad. Ticket
F. CHANDLER. Gen'l Ticket Agent.
J. M. LUNT. General Superintendent.
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
i ' jv,rt lU.i s-:'i M icl iWlf f- Jui'w
. . ,1 ..... 1 K
1 "l'" l.i--y'Pf!f n'ftl'-i
7 -, T
Three Train. LeaveColsmbs. (fjn - , w
jBepet), liailr tSanday a excepted
2:10?A:'m:1 NIGHT' EXPRESS, 'arrivin T
Zanesvllle at 4 S0 A. M.; Bellaire at 8:10 A. M. f
Baltimore at adOAM.: Waaaiiurton Citv at 5JI
A. H. .-;., . . ' ,
li:iO A. M. LIOHTINO EXPRESS rrlvina
at Zanesvilre at 1:16 P. M : Bellaire at -3 P. 1L.
BaUamore at 8.20 A. iii Washington City a., -t
'-r -. y--f f.inoi
- StOO P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanear
villr at 4:45 P. M.: Bellaire at 8i0 P. M.: Baltimore
at 4:45 P. H.r Washington City at AS P.M. . ,j.i-
S3. These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hoars
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Washington. J, ;; V :. ' .1" - -t
'. Close connections made at Baltimore and Wtth
ingtoa with trains for Philadelphia and New York,
Passengera holding through tickets to Eatterfl
eitiet have the privilege of .'' v'.n - I'S
Tishing Washington City Free;
No Change of Cars at Ohio Rive?
Ask For TICKETS via BELLAIR.
JNO. L. WILSON. Master Transportation
L,. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Agt.
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. May 11th, lflM, FOD 1
TRAINS DAILY wiU leave Columbus ' i.-'
FOS CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, BT.
' LOUIS, DAYTOy, BICHMOND. IK. -DIAUAPOLIS
Withou (change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only one change of cart to 1N
... DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO, i :
Connection, are reliable as foflowt-
I"'' '' FIRST' TRAIN Daily).' " 1 1 : 4
' 1' : ' . . I .1
Leaves at 1 rZO A. M. for Cincinnati, Cireleville
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillieotbe; stops at Lou
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a t
Cincinnati at 60 a m. ...... .j
.' -1- : :i BEOOBIV TRAIN. ; t1ho
(Daily except SundayaJ -, .
Leaves at 6 WO A. M. for Cincinnati, Daytoa
Richmond. Indianapolis and Cbieago, and stops at
riving at Cincinnati at 10M A. it., oonaeoUag -with
theMailBoaU, v.: p.iT j,..,, j,..;,
.Ii .-n ,1 -u-THIRD. tBJUH.4 ,t nr.'.'-i --'i
-i'i' c' ' ? (Daily axoept SundayaJ. .-; t : I. I
Leaves at ia:8S P. M for CineiapatI, Dayton aad
Sprirgfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
eao p. m. - . - : ... - . w
j .iUa , .5 . FOUBTH TRAIN. "( ... .
" (Daily except Suhdayi.)
Imvh at 5:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton an
: Springfie dvia London,- stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London, Sooth Charleston. Selma,
fleitarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland. and ar--
riving at Cinoinnati at 10:00 J . M. - - ''
on all Hltjrit Tralatv
HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent.
JNO. W DOHERTY. Agent.
W. L. O'BRIEN,
W. L. O'BRIEN, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE.
vn ana alter June zBth, Iff, trains will run as
follows - 1 .... !--. -. i . . !
Leave. N. Y. Express., . ' Vail . Fast Line.
;olumbu3......iK)0 A. M. M5P.M. '1130 A. M?
Newark.. ......B:S6 A.M. 80 P. M..l.:5 P.M.
Steubenville. .9:00 A. it. 9.-40 P. il. . 5:16 P. M,
Arrive at - Hits .t. -. 3
Pittsburgh ..,.11 10 A. M.. 12-00 M. nt-7M P,M
Harrisburg.... 9:S0 P.M. 1SS0 P. M. S-UO A.M?
Philadelphia.. 1 a. M. 4S P. M.'i! S5 A. Ms
New York.... 6:00 A. M. . 65 P. M.. 11:50 A.M.
Baltimore..... HS A. M.- 6-JO P. M. '-U-SSP, HJ
Washington... 9:40 A. M. 0 P. Mm 45 P, M,
Boston 6:00 P. M. ..7 10 P. ST
: E'egant sta'e room sleeping ears on all sight trains.
On the r est Line the celebrated "Silver Palaoo
day and night oars are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New York without change. ' '
- A3 Passengers by tbe SrM A. M. Sunday train
arrive in New York atS o'clock Monday morning
an advantage never before ofiered.
S. F. SCULL,
W. W;CARD. Supenntenrlent, Steubenville O'
H. B. BROOKS,
JOHN B. PETERS, Agent, Columbus, O.
juoelO-dly -ju30 . . -,, . ... ,.
w. . BBOocg.' un; HOFBTOw.-at
J. JSC W . JB. BBOOJSH
t Cori Hlefc'AiSljhSlatslanii.,
- DSA1.SKS Ur
NEWj 0BXEAN8 8UGAB8 AND H0L&8BB
I Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas
i febft-ly m r.i .n-j-i ,a,,i
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