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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
MWolTiftt rilTt mi deWtur of trains it C.
Two. Om Ha .fur Monday. May u
H; Y Western KxpresrV. lao a. M. ' loo A. M
xew ior aaTess........ii:ie A. M. lxttop. M.
. Hail and spteaa 2ao F.-U, 9:10 P. M.
Delaware Aooommo4Uo.,"5K P. M. 105 A.M.
Jo 1 AooommodAtion ... 5:00 A. M. 8.25 P. M.
7rt minim 8udw aforninrce Mendey.
;I . . JAMES PATTERSON Agent,
"-i i- .-. iun.-' Aiwti.
BirMSipn-.. IS a. 11. IS A. M
Uioeinnau ANABOuun. ao A. m. :ss r. ,
EspTatr-f!.F19& P.M., 11:00 A. M,
IxpreSS... "...:...7!?r: 8:15 P. II.- 15 F. )t
; '- ; JNO..W.x)OHEBTT.Ait..
attltaerw-rr ala Rallr4t Central
,'.iStf.CI .. I-"'" 'XlAtB.""-':AMT.
JTtrtt Bxprwg..;...!.'..' WO A. M. ' has P. M.
Lightning Express 11:10 A.M. ,445 P. H
fry less jeail Mf. il. 110 A. M.
."i nam t-.- v tA. J. Smitb, Agent. ;
Valmaittti Ceaieasro laeUana Can.
'.-jbv.il l-.ijsWiaoilWOTi.j v
m;-fi.iw .f.-n ' : mats'. v- uhti.
Night Express 19:05 A. M. 1:15 A. M.
AnMmraaation 6:48 A. M.; 130 F. M.
Western Express 530 F. M. 'TOO P. M.
Day Express ... Ali:10 P. M. 11:08 A. H.
-f G. A. Hill, Agent.
aeTMkr noiMtlolel JcKeWark. K.K.
Trains leave Newark ud arrive m follow
Freight oo A.M. 8 55 F.M.
Mail and Express .......10.S0 A.M. 8.85 F.M.
Mansfield hxpreee .4S P.M. 0.45A.M.
, . A. W. Dennis. Agent.
Flttskarfn, Cincinnati Ac at. A.oals
; i , , 1 7 . . . . . r i i . UATX.s , . ABRrVI. - -
Few York Express-. . - A. M. ,.11:15 P. M..
Lightning Express 1130 A. M. 50 F. M.
Mail udEiptw ......... 1:15 P. M. 11:58 A. M.
Danism Aoeommodation Me A.M.- 00 F. M.
. Mew York Express run daily. All other train
ran daily, exoept Sunday.--r -Denniaon
Accommodation starts from freight
i ... ... . ..-j
Johw B. Petebb, Agent; '
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
f-s '. S"""l. ' r.'-Vi AUITII. 0L08BS.
Xatara Tkniairb MaUt. A.x.r. K. A. K.r. K
Tia SteabenTilla and . , '
Pittsburgh 1S30 VtM lfcOt fcSO
Caatera Way Mails, C. C.
AO.B .... IS JO .... 120
Chicago, Tia C, F. iL 0.
little Miami B.IL. Thro'
mo .... r
Little Miami R.R., War. .... 1S
tlO. K. B . Newark.:
ZaaesTille A Wheeluig. 100 .
C Oi E. Wit .... p...
V f. il-, Throagb and '
, 70 110 7;S0
CiroJerille, ChilUeotha A
iiast ay, National Bond.
ML Vernon Way.Wester-
; .. o
' .... 80
II orth Colnmbas and CUa-
snriTee Mondays Wed
aeadayf. A Fridays, and
. 1 eares Tuesdays, Tbnra
elara and Saturdays....
Centre Villaae. (tri-week.l
ly.) Tuesdays, thursdaysj 17 M.
Or noaj Hotms. Office epena at TX o'eloek A. M..
and closes at 1 P.M. Sundays, opens at 84 A. M .,
ad closes as 9 A. Ja. . -
at P. M.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER.
Prom the Wzhest fashion authoritiea ef
New .York, u well as from the styles dis
played by onr milliners and merchants, we
make np- a "most interesting report of the
modes for the approaching month of No
Tember: ' ; ; ' ; .-
-Ladies who revel in showy textures and
bright, gorgeoas colors, will find them
selves well suited this season in the beauty
and gayety of the new fall and winter
fabrics. '' .
.The tartans in cloth and poplin exhibited
by Headley 4 Co. show the most brilliant
colors;' while the rich embroidered and
changeable silks, the self-colored cash
meres, Saxony cloths and plain Irish pop
lins, display tints which rival every shade
in lloweror rainbow.. .
Oat of all these, however, black, lit up
and illuminated by gold and crimson or
scarlet, in embroidery or trimmings, looms
up with wonderful distinctness and also
with the greatest distinction. ' Black velvet
suit black silk richly embroidered in col
ors, black poplin: also embroidered in
hroeaded flowers and leaves, and black
cashmere enriched with superb India shawl
patterns, constitute the fabrics par excellence
of the season.- :
la self colors a new bright garnet and
green predominate, and these are the favor
ites in empress, and Saxony cloths, in
French merinos and all wool rep goods. -
In silks, everything is changeable, the
'rich colore blended closely into the thick
groundwork, and forming a ribbed, satiny
surface, which has a superb effect. -
Winseys and water-proof cloth, of which
latter we have now a variety, in new colors
and mixtures, called '-English" waterproof,
are reserved mainly for winter walking
suits, for which they are especially adapted.
A Winsey or waterproof suit will stand
any sort of weather, without detriment or
injury, and.' with the addition of a tartan
wrap, is sufficiently warm for the coldest
weathers a.f-i..-..- ,r.. :;r-..-
Walking suits of this description are,
however, very fashionably made with a
pelUse, or polonaise, to which a stylish lit-.;
tie pelerine cape is attached; and these are "
complete with a muff of the same material,
trimmed with narrow bands of Astracban,
and a little boa or collarette for the neck. .
The trimmings now constitute the most
important, and often the most expensive
part of the dress ; but there is, certainly,
less need of them npon the thick and ser
viceable winter materials than npon the
light textures or flimsy silk?, which bor
row all their beauty from the contrast of
color and taste displayed in their decora-;
Knotted silk fringe has taken the place of
laoe, to a great extent, in the trimming of
rich silk, satin and poplin, dresses; and is
very effective though less rich, and not so
permanently valuable. It- is principally
used npon the waist and sleeves, the train
and sash giving sufficient style to the skirt,
especially if the material be costly.
Double dresses or "Pompadours" are,
bowuver, very much worn, bunched up at
the sides so as to produce a panier, and
these are always trimmed wito fringe to
match the watt, and with straps which
divide the fullness; and four longitudinal
puffs. Pompadours are worn over long
and short dresses, and are made very use
' ful In black silk, for wear in the street, or
with trained skirts of different colors. -
For trimming. reps, llnseys and water-
Eroof clothe; there are heavy ribbed silk
raids, and for more fancy textures, water
ed ribbons of different widths and in all
the various shades of color.
For merinos, wool delaines and empress
cloths, there are pretty pointed trimmings,
heavily brocaded in colors, and ribbed silk
braids of splendid qnality and infinite va
riety of width and coloring, the inch wide
being the most generally used. Alpaca
braid is serviceable and always more or less,
employed; bnt it sinks into the cloth, and
is only effective in a contrasting color upon
children's clothing. . "
Gloves lor' the season are imported in
verv high colors. For street wear, there
are sultan reds, marigolds, rich purples,
claret browns, mulberry, garnet and other
warm shades. They are ornamented by
eight small gold start on the back, and
crimped tassels, with gilt mountings. Small
movable studs are used also for fastening.
For parties, white gloves for ladles are su
perseded by eoli rad, of a faint, but distinct
hue, with two buttons pearl-grays, pale
primrose, or canary.
; For winter school wear, high dresses of
Scotch check, or plaid, are best and most
uselul. Tbey wear clean and last long;
two are sufficient for the entire season ;
and then they can be made over for a
younger child If necessary.
A plain "Boulevard" skirt is excellent
to wear under them. .
Every little girl should be provided with
a water-proof cloak, with a round hood, '
which she can draw up over her head. '
They are more necessary than for grown
people, as children more frequently catch
the rain in going to school, or In being
sent upon errands. Colored Tartan"
stockings tor everyday weary and high
Balmoral boots are the proper winter dress
lrawe should be made of Canton flan- -neL
closed with a band below the knee, and.i
edged with Cash's cambrio rufflingsv -
Bright scarlet, crimson, blue, garnet and
corn-colored .merinos mako7 .handsome
dresses for borne wear, trimmed with black
velvet, and having a, little overdress ofj
blaek silimadft over them, drawn np at
sides with loops or rosettes. ,-, u : j
Gored, pel Isnes wKn, capes are fashionable
fortittle girls Tint-door wear, and paletots
with feapes for boys. '' Little girls wear als o
to aouoie capesv in- scariec cnecs, over
pretty suits oi gray wool,"
AT SIMMONS' HEADQUARTERS.
upera House, can De rounu tne styles a es
cribed In the New' York fashion reports.
In this Mr Simmons keeps up with-the
limes. Daily new and beautiful-articles of
bead gear are exhibited, and to, his place
we are compelled to go lor the latest styles.
These styles show no remarkable variation
from last year. Blaek velvet hats and bon
nets trimmed with golden green of the most
brilliant shade with shaded crimson or
white, will be the choice for" the winter.
Few colored velvet bats are seen, and these
are the Sultan, bears ear srarnet, or the new
Kegina purple, and are designed for ma
tronly ladies. But the 'black velvet hats
are by no means sombre in effect; for
racing, twtst and -pipings are devised to
give the reliet of the most brilliant and
striking contrasts. - Large roses of .deepest
blush, shaded exquisitely, with pendant
sprays of their own foliage and buds are
favorite adornments, and are worth an ar
tist's attention for the skill with which they
are brought to life.
' The fashionable red Is no longer scarlet,
bnt crimson, without a tinge oi brick red
about it, sottening and shading Into lovely
rose-pink the most blissful color in the
world. This shaded crimson suits blonde
and brunette alike, and Is chosen for garni
tures in flowers, scarfs and plumes-
Wreaths ot marguerites, chrysanthemums.
and lane rosebuds of many colors, make
a gay, admired trimming lor black velvet
hats. Plumes are all small, but several are
worn on a bat, completely biding the ma
terial. . uiacK, wnite, or garnet are usually
chosen, though on colored hats they should
be of the same shade. The aigrete is indis
pensable on a fashionable hat a little tuft
of skeleton fibres starting from a small
curled plume, giving a spirited touch to
The Fanchon is reduced in size to the
Fanchonette, and Is composed simply of a
puff of velvet, which' sits high upon the
bead, and is richly ornamented with laoe
and teatners. r t-i-'
Jet has revived, and is used largely, both
as an embroidery upon velvet, and also as
bandeaux and ornaments.
Bonnets being so small, high, striking
colors are admissible, and many are made
of the brightest scarlet, marigold or crim
son velvet, subdued with black trimmings,
lace, jet and feathers. ' '
Many round hats, and a little close bon
net named the "Fez," appear In fine drab
felt, and are trimmed with satin and feath
ers ot the same shade. This light drab and
a beautiful Bbade or pink form one or the
prettiest combinations. In several in
stances, scarf ends are attached to the back
of the hat. lined on the outside, or, rather,
faced with the satin trimming, the under
side Dem&TdraD silk. : - -
The Fez bonnet fits close to the bead and
is not verv becoming, but has a quaint ap
pearance, with its simple shape and snort
niume or elegant oetricn teatners cunea up
closel v on one side.
The "Highland" bonnet Is one of the most
fashionable designs in black velvet, and it
is also made in colors and trimmed with
black. It consists of a full crown with a
rim. the rim covered with a band of feathers
and fastened back with a jet ornament
holding a Scotch plume on one side.
The Alba bonnet is composed of a high
puff of scarlet velvet, with rich thread lace
vail attached so as to fall over the chianon.
This vail Is brought round to the front, las-
tens under the chin with an ornament, and
falls square upon the breast. .
OHIO FLTEUITUKE CO.,
Noa. 6, 7 and 8, ;
Gwynne Block, East Town Street
MahogoBy, . Rosewood and Wal
nut la Hair-cloth Green Heps and
Rosewood. Walnut Chestnut
and Oalf, finished In Tarnish and
Dining Room Suits.
Walnut. Chestnut and Oak Ex'
tension Xablest Walnut and Oak
Dining Ch Irs; Cane-seat and
Wood; Oalc and Chestnut Side
Hair-cloth : Green Reps and
Damask - liOa.ses ; . Secretaries;
Book Cases and Etageres.
Husk Cotton Hair and Spring
Tucker's Jones' and DeCanp'i
Patent Spring Bed Bottoms.
We have the above articles of the latest stvles
and of superior quality, both in material and finish
and guarantee prices aa low as akt bouse in the
"'"OHIO FURNITURE CO. ,
- i. K. BBITT1NGHAM, SapV
B. H. Hows. Trees.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Bracket, Hall and Table Lamps.
Lanterns for Oil or Candles.
The newest and best kinds of Burners, Chimneys,
Wieks, or an, thins; in the Lamp Hue, for lightins
Churches, Halls or Dwellings, is at
McBENBY A CO.'S Depot.
Noa. 8 East Fourth and 162 Main street, '
: Braoket Lights.
' , Ceiling and
Window Reflector Lights,
. Shades, iilobes,
Or anything in the Gas Fix'ure line, is at
McHKNUY A fiO.'S Depot.
PIPE AND FITTINGS.
Wrought-iron Pipe (Plain or Galvanised).
Cast-iron Boil Pipe.
Stone and Cement Drain Pipe,
.4 . , .- Malleable and Cast-iron Fittings,
Steara Valves,' 8 top Cooks,
Gas. Service, and
Meter Cocks, Ac, Ac,
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting; line, is at
MoHENBY A CO.'S Depot.
Hot. S East Fourth and 162 Main street.
Pumps & Plumbers' Coods.
Cistern and Well Pumps.
Lift and Force Pumps,
Beer Pumps. Harden Pumps, Ac,
Bath Tabs, Closets,
. W ash-stands. Wash Trays,
Bath Boilers. Sinks,
Ac, Ao. Everything in the above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern prioes, at
BoHEiraY CO.'S Depot.
Cas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
Serew-euttintr Machines, Stocks and Dies. Prills,
Reamers and Taps, Patent Pipe Cutters, Pat
ent and Ordinary Pipe Tongs, Pipe Vises,
Meter and Burner Plyers, Gas - Fitters' Au
gers, Chisels, Ac, Ae. Everything in tbe above
line always on hand and for tale at the manufaotur-
er's trade rates, at
McHENRY S& CO.'S,
Re. 8 EastFearUi Ac 168 JQaln Street,
O CTI-iep30-w3m ' CiyOmiTATT.
SIEBERT & LILLET,
Blank Book Manufacturers,
PRINTERS. UNDERSTAND PUBLISHERS.
Special attention paid to manufacturing first class
of every description, with or without printed Hesd-
.. .. . inas, ior
COUMTT OFFICERS, MERCHANTS, AT ANFPACTURERB
SAHU18, RAILROAD COMPANIES. AC.
Ay Full sets of Books made on abort notice.
warrantea so give peneoii MM&iacuon.
OPERA HOUSE BUILDINC,
serll eonly . COLUMBUB. OBIO.
DR. D, MoBRIAR,
Dentist, is making full
upper setsot tne very Beat
quality of artificial Teeth
for $15 .and so. f or
strena-th. durability and
beauty tbey eant be surpassed in the State. All
work warranted to give perfect satisfaction or no
Office and residence. No. 179 East Town street,
between Fourth and Fifth streets.
initial ??'' tj.Tnj
Fall and Winter. Goods
, . S . - i .... ,
GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO.'S
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street
, DREI8 GOODS.
Now opening, the most varied and elegant stock of
nam and r ancy Kress uoods, ever
oSered in this market.
SI Lit S
In all the new styles and colorings. A magnificent
. r . , assortment.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
' - An elegant assortment. , . '
Full assortment of Harris Brothers' Seamless Kid.
. , . Also, Alexandre's.
OUR PBICE3 ARE UNIVERSALLY
LOW. ' -
' ' GILCHRIST. GRAY & CO..
' Nos. 23. as. & 29 South High St.
octT-dJm . . . . .,
FALL AND WINTER
. . ....... . r
TO iBUY AT
Purchasers of Dry Goods are. cordially invited to
call ana examine tne
IYE W S T O C K.
118 Ac 182 Sooth HI Kb Street
novll-dly-aprlT . ' COLUMBUS. OBIO.
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO..
BANKER S ,
Corner Broad & High Sta
T. HAYDKf. JOS. HTTTCBESON. W. B. BATHEN,
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
NO. 13 S. HIGH SlltEET,
ian20-dly-r ' Colnmbas, O.
Forwarding and Commission
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OCR, WHISKY Vc.
sT T st Prices Paid at all times for
Uorn, YV - Barley, e e., etc.
F F I C E :
Near West End el Natfl B a Bridge;
t COLUMBUS, OBW.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. BHEPARD
HEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
TS. SHEPARD HATING FORMED
. a nartnershio with G. HOEilGER. for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
HO. 10S SOUTH HIGH STREET,
Would Tesneetfnilv invite their friends and the
puoiic generally to eau ana examine weir nne ana
well seleeted stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the tast, and which tbey are now offering
ior sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man-
ufaotunns: department special attention is given to
CUSTOM MADE WOBK.
Rerjairinff of all kinds neatl v and nromotlv done.
We would respeotfally solicit a share of publio
patronage. Please give us a eall. lio trouble to
Bememoer tne piaoe : no. ies soutfi High street,
S9EPARD A HOBIGBR.
Columbus. 0.. Sept. U. 1B&S. dtf
nNTtERVOODACO.ARE HOW PKE
tn fnmish from their extensive Nurse
ry, east of the County Fair Grounds, between
Broad and Friend streets, all varieties of Orna
mental Shrubs; rrovenoe, uam&sK. moss, vmna.
Bourbon and Tea Roses : new varieties of Peonies,
Chrysanthemums, Dahlias, Verbenas, Ac, de. The
collection will not be wanting in any desirable
novelty. Cut D lowers at great variety in season,
JOSEPH H. GEIGER
'Attorney at Law, .
auga-eod3m COB. TO WJT ft EIOB 8TS. '
n-iHI!! PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
A Rudolph Riokly. on the hationai road, east of
Bunoi Asylum, eonsisung oi a aouoie onoa nouse,
stable, slaughter house and outbuildings, and one
acre and a half of ground. Enquire of ,
JAtrOB IMS, -octT-eodlm
1S9 kast Friend street.
FOB SALE. .
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
.nil six rears' old. verv handsome, kind and
sound. Will be sold low. II
ug28-dtt tuiiOAius n a t w a.-
s ?' s ' : - -.- f - - V i
THE , CARGE8T AND JdOST: COITI
'"- ' : PLETE i i I t
BOOK & JOB PRINTING
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
Nos. 36; 38 & 40 North High St,
The attention - tbe Business Publie called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment.
We have in constant use
Eleven Steam" Power Presses
BEST AND LATEST KINDS1
. . .' : T ;; . -And
onr ability to gat ont worn promptly is
surpassed in the West. We have lately
made additions to out already
LARGE TARIET " &j?
And we feel eonfident to satisfy ail who may give
" us a call. Our large fonts of type enable us
to do all kinds of
BOOK PRINTING !
In the most prompt and excellent manner, and we
. eall tbe attention of those wanting any thine
in this inetothe
That we have executed in th past year.
JOB PEINTINGr !
The reputation of this House for line Job Printing
is well known to the business community.
Employing, as we do, none but the
Best of Workmen.
And buying a full assortment of the
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
ALL KINDS OF
Bill Heads, Cards,'
Circulars, Letter Heads,
Blanks of au kinds. Checks,
Drafts, &c, &c.
EVERY HAD OF JOB PRIMING
Needed by the business publio.
We also keep on band a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing House in the oity such as
Super Royal Medians
Demy, Crown Cap,
Cap Eietter and
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as we
do, directly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at correspond
ingly low rates. We are Sole
Agents for the
CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
PL A.TNEB &, PORTEIl.
We particularly call attention to the Blaok Books
manufactured by us. We are prepared to
fill all orders for
And ail kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
OIVE US A. CALL
NEVINS & MYERS,
S6, S8 fc 40 Nortn Hlsrh Street,
NEIS & MM,
R O S A D A lL-1 S I
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TfiE GBEAT i, h
HEALTH RESTORER !
The Best Blood Purifier in the
A. Safe aind Certain Cure, (and the
only esse yet discovered) tow -
Scrofula In Its Various Forms,
v ' " " : " -r "
: such asI i.j ii..' i.-
tonsnmption in its early stages, Enlargemen
and Ulceration of th? Glands, Joints,
: - Bones, Kidney and Uterus,
Chronio Rhenmatism, .
Eruptions of the
Bkin, Chronio j
Bore Eyes, ...
r: . : to. ... . : '; . ..
X Xa X IS I
IS ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS.
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite, Sick Heartache, Liver Com
plaint, rain in tne Back, imprudence in
- GERERAIi ILL. - HEALTH,
AlfD ALL DISEASES OF THE
Blood Xjwer, Kidneys St. Bladder.
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taint, and restores toe entire system to a
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never pro
ducing tne sugntest injury.
Is not a seeret medicine. The articles from which
it is made are published around each b-ittle. and it
is used and recommended by the Medical Facultj.
wbere-er it has been introduced, as a POSITIVE
and RELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of the
Blood. Idver and moneys. .. -
f3T Used and Indorsed tjy 1 lie
leading? Pbysiclans everywhere it
The following, among many hundreds of our best
citizens, testily to its wondenui emcaoys
CERTIFICATES FROM FHVSICIANS.
Balttmoeu, Md., Maron 4. 1868
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALIS" to be
the Bast Altibat.vs in Usb. and therefore
oheertully recommend it as suon.
. THOMAS J.BOTKIS.M.D,
: ' B altimoeb, February 10, 1868.Q
rtn. J. 3. 1,1 wRltxrit.
Dehb Sin I take pleasure inreeommendiBgyour
KUSAUAIIS as a very powertui alterative. 1 nave
seen it. miad in two eases with haoov resnlta one a
case of secondary syphilis, in which the patient
pronounced himself cured after having taken five
bottles of your medicine. Tbe other a ease of
scrotals, of long standing, which is rapidl improv
ing under its ubo, and the indications are that the
patient will soon recover. I nave careiuuy exam
ined the formula by which your Kosedaiis is made,
and find it an excellent compound ot alterative in
gredients. Yours truly. .
R. W.CARR, M D.
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative, ao.. ana taxe pleasure in
recommending it to tne profession and tne pudiio.
A. D. MOORE. M. D..
L. A.STITH, M. D.,
J- H. WINSTEAD. M.D.,
R. G. BAKHAM.M.D..
W. G.DDGGaN, M.D
E. BARN US. M. D
S. W. KING. M. D.,
S. WOODaRD, M. D..
W. T. BKEWER, M. D.. -W.J.
J.ntrrv 7. 1PBS.
1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with the .hove named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respeotability aod standing in this
Mayor of Wilson, if C
January 11, 1868.
Ronadalis -will Cure tlie Wors
Cases of Scrofula Read the
Statement Below and Despair
Wilsok Cocntt. September 10, 1867,
Dr. J. J. Lawrenoe: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged five years, has been dreadfully af
flicted with c-rrofula nearly all her life. I tried a
greet many physicians, but without relieving her
much; iu faot, most of them said there was no hope
of cure, liuring tne last rpring sne w. worse inan
ever: her body and limbs being covered with sores
and blotohes with face and eyes badly ulcerated
and swollen. While in this condition I was ad
vised by Dr. L. A. Stith to try your Rosadalis. I at
once procured three bottles, and commenced giving
it to tier. The effect was uasical. In less than a
month, to my great astonishment, she was entirely
urs, with much respect and gratitude.
V. VV. JJblllllil 1
Rosadalis Cures all Skin Diseases.
Witsail. S. C, September 15, 1887,
T)i T,twrMiM! Dear Sir In 1862 mv son. now
aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, which completely destroyed bis
health. He lSs been affiioted with an inveterate
and extremely troublesome Eruption of the Skin,
sometimes breaking out in sores, Ac. Rosadalis was
pre, ribed by my family physiciiin. Dr. A, D. Moore.
After taking it a fpw weeks my son became and re
mains entirely well. , .
Yours truly. J. B. DANIEL.
Chronic I.iver Complaint Cured.
THi. !. fn nertifr that T was cured of Chronie Liv.
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after
having been connnea to my Dea ana nouse ior a long
time, and trying various medicines 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 my neighborhood, and they
all tiaise it as a great meoioiue.
Green County, August 14, 1887.
Rosadalis is a Potent Remedy In all
Fbom G. W. Blofkt. Esq., Attobkit at Law,
W 1LSON. ft OKTH CAROLINA.
I have. been eured of Chronio Inflammation of tbe
Ear and Partial Jjeatness. ot tn years' standing, by
Koeadalia. . - ui.u. nr. jiLUua i.
Rosadalis will Cure the Very
'Worst Cases of Chronic
Fobtsmouth. Va., February ss,l86f.
Dear Sib- This is to certify that I have been
afflicted with Rheumatism for the lat five or six
years, many times unable to move. I tried all msd-
lCineS reOOmUieUUOU Ml IU. v. .uo wiavoav, TT 1 1 It,, U l
receiving any benefit. Having heard "Rosadalis"
1 1. 1 1. f nfMN,l a hnttl. mnA finAinm
receivina u j unut u.. u.nuB , "
highly spoken of, 1 procured a bottle, and, finding
some relief, continued it until 1 am happy to say
that I am completely well.
A not only coosiuer iu. iujnu. io winoiKD
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, and I oheerfully recommend it to the
afii;f.tjul YnanLTw, trn,.
Wilson, January7, 1S98.
T berebv eertifv that I have used Dr. Lawrence's
iustlv celebrated Rosadalis in mv familraa a inn,
eral Alterative and Tonic, with the most satisfac
tory results, and 1 therefore oonscientionsly recom
mend it to tne pudiio as a meaicine ot rare and gen
uine merit. . JAMES W.DAVIS,
snerin ot Wilson county, fl.C,
RnflADALIS. This medioine has met with an un
precedented sucoess in thiscommunity. Capt. Ba
ker, the polite and attentive agent for this ci ty, in
form, ns that it is next to imDossible to suddIv th.
demand made for it; and that the medicir e is effeot
Dg some wonderful cures, and giving Rreat satis
faction to all who hare used it HoroUc (Va.)
Daily Journal, November 19, 1867.
Pr.n,rivi nnlvbvJ. J. LAWRENCE. M I)
Chemist. Baltimore, Md., (late of ilson, N, C.)
l'rioe $1 60per bottle.
49-Sold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
Druggists in all tne large cities oi tue united atates
and British America, and retailed by druggists
every where. .... L,
All letters 01 inquiry sc.. promptly auswerea,
Mdr.u llr. J..f. LAWRENCE A CO.. sole dto-
E-iotors and manufacturers, J!44 Baltimore street,
230 Vina St., Cincinnati, O.
-! . - i : r.mUi t.. llr. n n pMMi. a nA
Huston A Gardnw, bi . bamuel A Co.. and
Jones A Son.. mayla-diwly
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
1 3B"i"we Trains Xailjr,"r 1
- : ' - EXCEPT SUNDAY." '
From Columbusi in connection with Trains on tie
Little Miami Sc Columbus efc Xenls
: SIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
A.M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead,
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Welling
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
t-3.0 A. M., New York 7:00 A. M. This train leaves
Sunday morning, not Monday. ,
SO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 5:00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. Thi.
train starts fro ji the Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPP.ESS-Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A. M. M ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal
ion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3:60
P. M., New York next day at 3:45 P. M. .....
MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus atlfl
P. M. Will stop at Worthiogton, Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at:35 P. M., New York 1030P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIADEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3.-05 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield
C50 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
arrives at Delaware at 8:10 A. Jl.; Columbus
10S5 A. M.
Pa ten t Sleepin g Cars are run on sal
. night Trains to Chicago,
New York and
w Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; alse, to Philadelphia and
New York, Tia Crestline. ..
Nieht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:00 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at liM
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9:10 P. M.
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbu,
at 1035 a. M.
Fare a Low as by any Other Roote,
- Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
- .n - JAMES PATTERSON, .
. . ..... Agent, Columb s.Obio.
Columbus, May 11. 1888.
REEVES' . AMBROSIA
FOB; THE- HAIR.
' Improved !
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Hair 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 steps Hair Falling Out.
It kefos Ahe Hair from Changing Color from Age,
It restores Grey Hair to its Original Color. -
It brings out Hair on beads that have been bald for
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
'..:. ? ble substances.
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing.
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
. in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
- Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.;
Schieffelin A Co.. New York. 8CKirr-mchx7-dly
A New Article of Food,
- Tranlato3 '
It was M.Brillat Savarin. the celebrated French
Gastronome, who first said, that "the man who in
vents a new dish doe. more for Society than the
man wno discovers a Planet." roe
CACIO DI JKACCAROXI
or Italian prenared Cheese Maocaroni. is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome aod piquant
comestible (convenient lunch) for tbe use of Fam
ilies, Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
ana lor use in Beer & toons, car or sample ttooms.
It is eaten on Bread, Biscuit or Toast.
It is suitablefor Sandwiches ingleee "Duo fat
tine di pan condentro.'l Especially is it adapted
tor tnose climates wbere tbe article ot cneese can
not be kept in a sound condition for any length of
It may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash or
otews and warmed upon a stove, atter tne can
nas Deen opened, it makes, without tnrtner preo-
paratlOD, a 1JBLICIOUB WELSH ItABKBIT.
For Travelers and others, it is far more econom
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
- The proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
it a triil.
Send 5 for sample dozen H lb Cans, and rich
ly gilded show card, securely packed, and ship
ped per express to any address. Liberal discounts
made to tne trade.
H. B. The Caciodi Maccaroni is put UD in tin
boxes, and packed in cases of two dozen at $8 per
case, net casn.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
Responsible agents wanted everywhere.
All orders aud communications should be ad
THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY,
98 Liberty Street, New York.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
No. 220 South High St.,
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE
A largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
uoods ever nrougnt so tnia oity. consisting ot
Can simer-ee., A&c,
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low
est Casn prices.
Also keep constantly on band a well selected
READY MADE CLOTHING.
' juM-dly S20 South Hicb street.
A. WORD WITH YOU!
BRFAD IS Tilt STAFF OF .LIFE
your most important articleof diet. The health
of your family largely depends npon its being- ,
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
Would you have it so T Then use only -
A3-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PDRE.-B
Whiter than snow: makes Bread always light
white and beautiful. Take a pound home -to
your wife to-night. She will be
delighted with it.
Buyers of Soda should try our -
BI-CARBOMTE OF SODA.
VV e guarantee it not only far superior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best New
CaaUe or English Soda.
MANUFACTURED BY THE
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourth Street near Slain,
HENRY P. ELIAS, - . . .. Proprietor.
THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and eonvenient to business, and to all
points of travrl. is the. most desiriable stopping
place for persons visiting the citr. No pains will
be spared to make the stay ot guests pleasant in
every particular. . my!2-d6m
Va.nable Hotel Property lor Sale.
private sale that well known and popular tav
ern ttand, situated in the town of Ba tie ore. Fair,
field county, Ohio, now occupied by Major W. j.
Creed. If not sold at private sale it will be offered
at pnblio sale on October 16th, 1868, 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 H. Carpenter
in Lancaster, Ohio.
sep24-dtoctl5 JOHN KAUFMAN-
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
Xhei Shortest Route Wei, Wm
Change efCars to Chicaso. p.'
4 oria. and ladlanapoli,!
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Onion Depot"cnl
-- lumbus,asfolkws:( j' - 7,
6.4K A. M. TOLEDO; EXPRE8S (Sundays
0 excepted.) arrives at MilfordS:00 AM
irbaoa8:52 A. M.; Pi qua 10K15 A. M: Lima UK)i
P. M.r Toledo 3:45 P. M.; Detroit :10 K'lTv
Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo and
Detroit 3 lioura shfad of any other route. '
191(V p- M- DAYEXPRE8 tSunay, ex
I.IV cepted.) Arrives at Urbana lW P. Jb.J
Plana S:S5 P. M kr.,1 JnnA, O.IK P u .'
Richmond 4:35 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:30 P. M.; Lol
KaoaDort 9:50 P. M Pw, 141 a u . n.i-.k
n ViaM': J?ur,DttonA Iow- llM A. M ; Louis
ville 10 A.M.; Terre Haute 110 P. M.: Mattoon
1:35 A. M ; Cairo 4 MO P. M .; Pane 331 A. M I - A1J
ton 7.00 A. M.s St. Louis hsSo jjf Lafaretta
cy H:45 P M.; Keokuk 4:00 p. M '
' Passengers by this train reach St. Louis the next,
morning 8 too lire ahead, nd f.,r uoints wit
of St Louie ONE,. TRAIN Hi ADTANClTof
all other routes. . ,
5 .OA" P. M. CHICAGO AND 8T. LOUIS EX-"
U PRESS (Sundays excepted.) Arrivm .
Piqua8:48P. M.; Loginsport 3:05 A. M.: Cbieasa:
8:15 A. M.; Indianapolis 3KW A. M.: Terra Haute
5d6 A. M.: Evansville 68 P. M.; Mattoett 83S A.
M.; Pana 106 A. M.; Alton 1:40 P. M St. Louia
:45P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A.- M.: Sprinefield, Ills. J
8:05 P. M.: Quincy 7:40 P. M.: Keokuk 8.-45 K M...
Loaisville 7:16 A. M.: Nashville 6ao i'.M ; Mem
phis 9:15 A. M.; Toledo 60 A. A14 Detroit SiM
HEW AND ELEGANT: , ei
- .a -a
K3jt33sjxmjj-- . s as .1 f j
e r I ix er -J. at i
RUN IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON, ILL,
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE.
Arriving at St. Louis IO b.an and Louisville
o uwur-v a.ucwuoz any otner route.
-lO.AK A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily teln-?
l&mXjO dianapoli8. and, Sundays excepted, te
Chicago. . Arrives at Logansport 836 A.M.; Peoria1
6;36 P.M.; Chicaio 10 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A. '
M.; Terre Haute 10:50 A.M.; Evansville 10.-00 P. M.
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.j Cairo 4:15 A. M.- Pana 1:15 V.
M.; Alton 7:15 P. M.: St.. onis 8:10 P. M.: Lafav
ette 13a p. M.j Louisville 4.30 P. M.; Nashville
40 A. M., Memphis 3:15 P. M.
Passengers by this train resch St. Louis 4X and'
vu"s u - .u.uo! any omer ... ..
,, ; - route. , . ..
State Room Sleeping Cturss
RUN IN THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
1 WITHOUT CHANGE., ., , .
AaT Call for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond
Tickets for sale at Union and Piqua Depots, -Columbus,
and at all principal Railroad Ticket ;
F. CHANDLER. Genl Ticket Agent.
J. M. LUNT. General Superintenden
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
: : ! : ...iJ:iuT
' ' . 'i' - : v . ;,i -i-yv '
Three Trains Leave Colnmbas rsjn' "
Bepet), Aiaily (Dunaay. Axcepteal '
10 AV M. NIGHT EXPRESS arrivin ' '
Zaneeville at 430 A. M.; Bel lair at 8:10 A. V.' t
Baltimore at 430 A. M.; Washington City at S-Jt
A. M. . , ; . ;.,,.:
IISIO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS 4 rrivht '
at Zanesville at 1.-15 P. If; Bellaire at 4M P. M. -7
Baltimore at 8.20 A. M.; Washington City at
A.M. . u -. 'i
2:00 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving-at Zanee-1
ville at 4:45 P. M.: Bellaire at 80 P. M.I Baltimore
at 4:45 P. M-; Washington City at 5:45 P.M.
S3. These trains are from TWO to EIGHT boars
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Washington. 1 - I
' Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash-
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New Yoravv
Passenger, holding through tickets to Eastern :
oities have the privilege of ,. -r j '
Yisiting Washington , City Free,'
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
Ask For TICKETS wia BELXlAIR. :
JNO L.WILSON. Master of Transportation, '
L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Alt .
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
On an after MONDAY. May 11th. 1868, FOU
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus , , ,
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ST. -LOUIS,
DAYTON, RICHMOND, IN
DIANAPOLIS A CHICAGO. ' '
Withou f change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only one change of cars to IN
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO.
Connections are reliable as follows
FIRST TRAIN (Daily).' ;
Leaves at 1 :?0 A. M. for Cincinnati, Circleville
Laneaster, Hillsboro and Chillicothe; stops at Lon- '
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a t
Cincinnati at 6:20 a m.
. . SECOND TRAIN.' ',' . . '
(Daily except Sundays J
Leaves at SMM) A.' M. for Cincinnati. 'Dayton '
Richmond, Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson. London. South Charleston, Seima,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwin, Morrow,
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelan,!, Milford.ar- 1
riving at Cincinnati at 10:36 A. M., oonneotinc
with the Mail Boats.
THIRD TRAIN. -(Daily
except Sundays.) . . ,
Leaves at 12:25 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton and
FOURTH TRACT. . ' I
. (Daily except Sundays.) ...
Leaves at 5:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
epringneia via ljonaon, stopping at Alton, west
Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selma,
Certarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 1001. At, -
81.eepinsr Cars on all Nlsrht TrsUas,
HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. DOHERTY. Agent. v,
JOHN DTJRAND. " 1
ann T:L-aA A arr I " .-
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE ROUTE. : '
tin ana alter June 29th, t trains will run aa
Leave. . NY. Exm-eM.
" Mall !
J:15 P. M.
' 8:50 P. M.' '
nas P. Ml
Columbns...-..SK)0 A. M.
Newark ........3:25 A. M.
Steubenville.., 9;0V A.M.
Pittsburgh ....11.10 A. M.
Uarrisblrg..... 8-20 P. M.
H:0 P. M.
4:50 P. M.'
- 76 P. Mi
5 A. Mi
11:60 A. M.
13:30 P. M.
Philadelphia.. 145 A. M.
New York.... 6:00 A.M.
Baltimore 6:45 A. M.
Wasbicgton... 90 A. M.
Boston 6:00 P. M.-
SS8 P. M.
6:S0 P. M.
90 P. M.
iaMu r. at.
E'esant state room sleeuina ears on all nieht train..
On tbe Past Line the eeiebrated "Silver Palace'
day and night ears are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
43 Passengers by thel.-OS A. M. Sunday train
arrive in Mew York at 5 o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never before ofiered.- .
' GenlTiekot Ag't. Steubenville, O. ''
W. W. CARD, Superintendent, Meubeaville. O.
- . ; H.B. BROOK.S,
Ticket A lent. Columbus O
JOHN B. PETERS. Agent, Colrinbus. O.
junelO-dly juSO - -I
WHOLESALE .GROCERS, t'
W. B. BBOOAg. . AMI. HOUBTOX. Wat. Bj-th
j. Ac wr, b. bbqoaIs,
Cor. Rich &His;h Sta., Calamsns,
i 'iV? ' f.t PXALEBR )( '
NEW ORLEANS SUGARS AND M0LA8BB :
Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas ' Sptcts, Tobaeeeei
. XaXQTJORB, ItfcoT7?
' f-U ...iiuiijj t, .-K.iiiK