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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
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,,piIW-f'-B A- .- 1:M Pj M.
fcwtl aa : apraee---.. S-80 tVM. Kit Pi M.
fZLnn AaaoiTmodaiioe . , P. M. Jo A. M.
;iJAtMUtMM,v- fcA.M. (jspM.
4WlMlIW 8aada? uerrilat net Moaday.
- 7 JAKSa PATTERSON Agent, . '
,j ft;..Fi :.a -.,. ium : junri.
, ig a. h. dm a. ai
Mlaotli AMummoteiloB S.-oo A. M. 5 P. M.
..... tat P. m. is p.m
S) 8 i . . W, ArOliKKTI. Agent.
ttllAMN nl atallrsael, Central
HfMli-.l. ;.- ,-; AlWsan.. I .
301 S-.iSa.fi "it,-i;..' : -iMtATA. ' Ajtarv.
ia A. M.
114B P. M.
lightning Expree .-.: A. M. 45 F. M
-tore lAUil. SO P- U A. M.
, . ,-. '.." .A. D. Smith, Ajienfc
Oilaiiiiti u Indiana Cen.
.-. - - trml HaUlwKT.
, UlTI. ABBITB.
.:...:05 A. 5:15 A. M.
Aooommclatioa..... : A. M. 19 P. M.
-waetera mpreae, ssu r. u. T:oo jr. M.
Day hxpreaa Wao P. M. 11:00 A. M.
fni ' J - Hill, Agent. .
'"aifeakrt fhtoaaf 114 Newark. U.K.
i:q Trala hnva Newark and arrive aa follow
: ':) i v;Vr i V , MATS. l ABBITB.
.. so a.m. i vtspja.
..... 3.45 P.M. 0.A5A.M.
A. W.UIWHIS. Agent.
CtMlmti . A,Bta
. saaUwaw. .
New Tart Express...... 1:00 A. M. 11:18 P. M.
JJghtaiag Express.,.,. 1140 A M. 5:00 P. M.
fcmUan4EiprM.......!..:lSP. H. " 11:68 A.M.
IaBiMa Aaoommodation tM A. M. iM P. M.
m !Trt Kxpnu rna daily. All other traini
ran Aaalj. xoaptSondajr.
fi"ia Aaeommoiiation itarti from freifht
- Johm B. Pstkbs, Agent. '
i "- - -
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
A.BT. r. X.
.... 11 )
A. h. r. X
, Tia HtoabajiTiUa
7J0 Castwa Wu Mails, C. C.
JTortkiraai. Tia Ft, W. A
l.C U, CtV- C. R. R.
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ui ciaavs. n a.
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Baadan, A Fridays, and I
1 wraa IaadT. Tbura-1 :,;
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0 t add itmrUy.. ...... J I.',', ,i '
Of rum Bocbs. OSea opani at TK o'oloek A. M.,
ad eloaaa at TS P.M. Bnnd7, opsin at 84 A. M.,
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
THE ORIGIN OF WINE.
A Song—From a German Legend.
BY JOHN G. SAXE.
tfi-v. .t-s ' ''.
To friends of mod afcaaf. IpraT yr- tiro aar;
tl siaa of old Jioah wno planted thaTine:
Snt 8rt. if jm please, our thirst to appease; '
ljt's drink to his health ia a bumper of wine. ,
f . ' 'i . i : t- ; . . . s : t ;
j !i5 t :f ' ;; " " ' ..
Wlm the ietacv-wM otr, and good father Noah
8at DMpiac on day in the shade of a tree,
Ab Aacel earn aear; and thlnkinc it qneer. . '
Said. "TU mm, I pray, what the matter may be?"
.: '-'JfT,- ! ; ;" " ' : !- I
"Bays Koah."l'aart with a horrible thirst; : ;
bo paiaful. indeed, lam ready to sick; ' ,
There is plenty to eat, I hare o laek of meat, .
Bat, sir, ea aar soul, I hare nothini to drink I"
.1 i-jii. 1
"Bee 1 on ajrery side,',4he Aneil replied.
There is water enonsh. both in river and rill, :
Tor favar te slake net to measioa the lake.
And aiany fountain that flows from the hill P
Bars oah,"I know the waters still flow.
But the delaco has rained tho fluid for drink; j
?o many bad men were aeaked in it then,
ha water still taataa of the sinners. 1 think 1"
"It can't be denied." the Anirel replied,
"There's something of reason in wbi
what yon hare
Blnoe the water is bad, 'tis fittinr too had
A good, wholesome tipple to drink in its stead." ;
'8o Byini . the wy aext day '!
The Aneel eame baek with a handfnl of seeds, :
And taacht the good man the properest plan
Of r"ti"t, and hoeinc. and killing tho weadi.
Ah ! what oolorand shspo I 'tis the heaatiful grape!
Ia cl astera of purple they hang from the Tine ;
And these being arent it is easily guessed.
Old Sioah thaneeforward drank nothing but wine.
aewaara wa wart, to the maa of oar heart,
Old Noah the primitive grower of wine; ;
And one aaimming eapnay, fill ir quite ap
To the Angel who fare him tho seed of the Tin j
BY JOHN G. SAXE. [N. Y. Ledger.
BY JOHN G. SAXE. [N. Y. Ledger. AGRICULTURAL.
STOCK TO Y INTER X BEDINO. I he
'ltfre(jent rains will start fall feed, and
'3peI 1 f0' taay fanners to buy
tocK fof winter feeding. To stall feed
in the- winUr to the best advantage, stock
sEonld Tia ve good start on grass and
fCrUrer-cbsap feed, IJke pumpkins, in the
'i31) tbey should be what is usually con
sidered nearly klfatted when put into
their stables and pens.' To make sure
of such a start,1 suitable stock are secured
injgiTeh fiiehance to improve before
wiBiw; and good farmers to secure this
advantage, often hire pastures in the fall,
if they have not enough to keep all the
ateck desired for winter keeping.
TJnder similar .circumstances, there is
almost always, more profit iu feeding a
oed thriviagr half-fatted animal up to
ariaso of extra beef of mutton -than in
taking (be same animal rather thin or in
"niroliArr condition, as generally found,
mni rroakiirgv.U blf fat.: There is not
nly more jgain in the ' former ease, and
the additional weight Is worth more
poasdui the value of tho animal as a
jwhobjt ia greater. t JFor instance, one
IrtrTl ateerB weighing 800 to 900 pounds
"for from $30 to $40, and feeds up to
i, OOO and lells from $50 to $60; another
of the weight and condition
of these when sold, feeds the same length
of tls'witb: the same amount and kind :
f feed, knd sells from $80 to$100 thus
VealiBing about double the money in the
latter case that was made in the former,
w Jit H ft true that -stock may be well
tiiron'gra88 cheaper than on hay
and grain, while it is not expected to
sak prhne beef without grain; so the,
best comse is -to secure a good start on
and then fatten them up to the re
.sjpirad condition by stall-feeding, U1
Another advantage i taking more
time is that tbey may be fattened on less
,.grain, .your to six quarts of eorn ineal
tS day.'VHh hay, fed io the half-fatted
lSteer, makes prime beef in season for the
highest spring market ; while often .
nearly double the grain is fed to one'
rathe thin' on the start, without Securing
much' more grain in the end and the ;
beef bckig not sd good, sells for from $1
. - 1"' v " v. icNt xiuQ rr j ill tuui
e;rlveavy feeding the grain is not thorough
ly ly digested and incorporated there be
o ing more than the system of the animal
can nse to goodadvantage. But the
point now is, that prime beef or mutton
aA be-mado the cheapest, and to the
bestadTanUge, by Uking plenty of time;
ajaa they (tan be well sUrted on grass and -
,other, cheap food in the fall, much cheap.
mt than the grain in . the winter; and
they can be brought through the winter,
and made ready for the highest spring
tnarket, on much less grain. :
Next to feeding to good advantage.
aotiiwgis snore important than a proper
wtecnon, at the same time, nothing is
more difficult to describe, Ask an ex-!
tierienced and skillful buyer how to !se
ect cattle and sheep for ieeding, and he
will tell you to select those that will feed
well and rtteneasy.Ask him how to
tell such animals, and he finds it diffi
cult to answer. But the substance-of
the best information he can impart is
tht he finds it a matter of practical ex
perience,' judgment.' and skill, rather
than a result of any definite rules that
can be repeated, or described and ex
plained. - Still it is found that the main
point is' to 'get a good thrifty animal,
that has never been checked nor stunted
in growth, but is of good size, whether
young or full grown, and has a good
healthy thriving appearance.
Such an animal will be snug, square
built, with good quarters, round barrel,
well ribbed, and good cheBt, with suffi
cient room for good, healthy lungs. The
hair is rather fine and soft, mellow touch,
neither too loose and flabby, nor any
thing like hide-bound. - The eye and
general appearance of the animal denote
quick, contented habits, showing that no
considerable portion of the feed will be
waBted in restless efforts to get some
where or do something not allowed by its
Keeping Corn. A great deal of corn
is wofully wasted after all the trouble
and expense ' of plowing, planting and
harvesting. This waste is absolutely
wicked, and with trifling extra care may
be easily remedied. ' In the first place,
in husking, a vigilant lookout ought to
be kept that no unripe, unsound ear or
half-made "nubbin" goes in with the pile
that is to go into the crib. The pig pen
is the better place for all such material.
One unsound ear may, and often does,
damage a bushel of sound corn.
.Next, wherever you are going to put
corn to keep, put coal or gas tar about
the premises pretty liberally at first. It
is an utter abomination to rats and mice.
They will not board in the corn , crib
flavored pretty strongly with gas tar.
Half a dollar's worth of tar will save ten
dollars' worth of corn. ,
Very many people seem to suppose
that corn may be kept in any sort of a
crib, as open as Jack Straw's . house,
neither wind nor water tight, so that it
is housed under a tolerable roof. So it
can but never long in a marketable
condition. While corn cribs ought al
ways to afford free ventilation, they
should be so constructed as to shut out
all storms, either rain or snow. Better
grow less corn and keep it sound than
prize crops and let it spoil. Ex. -
American Hat in Europe. Mr
Alexander A. Macrae, in his recent Liv
erpool produce circular, speaks of Amer
ican hay as follows: "This article should
be well worth the attention of all. : Ow
ing to the continual drouth in this coun
try, the price of English hay ' has ad
vanced to o7 per ton, and we cannot re
cuperate until June or July next.
Meanwhile, each steamer is bring
ing' in the American, which has
been sold at the low price of
5 to o 5s. per ton. J. his, how
ever, cannot last long, and the price
must, it is fair to predict, assimilate
with English., . Our newspapers teem
with leading articles and letters as to
what is to become of our cattle for want
of fodder,- and the Timet is greatly
alarmed, publishing in yesterday's edi
tion the following.from me : --. v-r-.-. j ;
t Sis Are your correspondents aware
that every steamer almost is bringing us
bay from America, and that it sells as it
arrives at about a per ton 1 . Some lots
sold this week only at 4 15s to 5 5.
Auditor of State's Certificate
AS TO THE BUSUiSSS AMD AFFAIB8 OP TBS ,
COMIXEMAL INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW IOBSi
FOB TBt TEAS ZSDlira DECEMBER 31, 1867.
Capital fully paid ap - ..S500.000 OO
Amount of available assets l,tI4.dtK 31
CERTIFICATE FOB PCBsV CATION
, AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.)
Department op Iksdbakck.
Columbus. O-, r'ebruary 15. 1868.)
It is hereby certified. That the Continental (Fire)
Insurance Comoany, located at New York, in the
State of New York, has complied, in all respects,
with the laws of this Htate relating to such Insur
ance Companies, for the current year, and has filed
in this Office a sworn Statement, by the proper
Officers, showing its condition and business, at the
date of suoh statsmsnt, as follows :
Amount of actual paid-up Capital...... $500,000 00
Aggregate amount nf available assets 1,614,580 31
Aggregate amount ot Liabilities, (ino.
Amount of income for the pre eding year 801,085 10
Amnnut of expenditures for the preced
ing year 681,443 47
In witness whereof, I hare hereunto sobsoribed
rav name, and caused the Seal of my
(sialJ Office to be affixed, tho day and year above
J AS. B. GODMAN. Auditor of State.
By Jab. Williams, Chiet Clork.
Geo. F. 0'Harra & Co., Agents,
AS TO TUB BUSINESS AMD AFFAIRS OP THE
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMFY,
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL,.
CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION.
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.)
Department of Insurance.
It is hereby certified. That the Paoifii Insurance
Company, located at San Francisco, in the State of
uautornia nas complies, in ail respeots, witn toe
laws of this State relating to such Insurance Com
panies, for the cnrrent year, and has filed in this
offioe a sworn statement, by the proper offioera.
showing its condition and business, at the date of
suoh statement, as touows, goia currency :
Amount of actual paid up Capital.... (1,000,008 00
Aggregate amount of available assets.. 1,989,818 08
Aggregate amount of Liabilities g&o.rao ve
Amonnt of income for the preceding - -
year 709,003 70
Amount of expenditures for the pre- -
ceding year 633.S85 IE
In withes whereof. I have hereunto subscribed
my name, and caused the Seal of my Office
SE Altai to be affixed, the day and year above
. Chief Clerk lor Auditor of State,
Geo. F. 0'flarra & Co., Agents,
AS TO TBS BUSINESS AMD AFFAIB8 OF TBS
1 " . . .
NORTH BRITISII & MERCANTILE
Of London and Edinburgh.
. . . . ,f AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.;
, .a .. Columbus, O., Sept. 18, 1868.
It is hereby certified. That the North British
and Mercantile Insurance Campany, of London and
u'jlnknivh Vi. nmT lied insll reSDtcts with tka
laws of this State relating to Fire Insurance Com
panies oi toreignn uevernmenis, lor mo current
.... innlnilinff the derasit of One Hundred Thou.
sand Dollars for the security of Polioy holders re
siding in the State of Ooio. and that the sworn
statement of it proper officers, filed in this depart
ment ,Knn its condition and business at the date
of inch statement (Deo. 31, 1867) a follow :
nonnt of actual paid np oopilal 350,000
Aggregate amount of available asset 13.603,803 86
Aggregate amount of liabilities-. ...... 1,742,210 30
Amount of income tor me preceding
.... 3.600.312 78
Amount of expenditures for thepreeed-
Id witnes whereof. I hare hereunto subscribed
mw n.ma and eansed the beal of my Office
IsealJ to be affixed tho day and year above
JAS. H. G0DMAN. Auditor of State.
By J as. Williams, Chief Cle.k.
Geo. F. 0'Harra & Co., Agents,
. ColambiM. O. .
-DRY GOODS .7 1 o :
GRAND ' O P ENINC
Fall and Winter Goods
GILCHRIST, GRAY &C0.'S,
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 SiHigli Street.
Now opening, the most varied and elegant stock of ,
.riaia ana rancy uress uooas, ever
OJered in this market, 1
In all the new styles and colorings. A magnificent
LACES AKD ETHIROIDERIES J
An elegant assortment.
FULL LI5E ;
Full assortment of Harris Brothers' Seamless Kid.
OUR PRICES ARE UNIVERSALLY
GILCHRIST, GRAY k CO- . '
Nos. S3. 25. 27 A S9 South High at.
IV E W
FALL AND" WINTER
TO BUY AX
Purchasers of Dry Good are cordially invited to
eau and examine tna
IV E W S T O C K ,
DRESS GOODS ..
CHEAP 1 i
118 At 128 Sculls High Street,
' novll-dly-aprlT ' COLUMSVS. OB JO.
P. W. HUNTINGTON 8c CO.,
BAN K ERS ,
Corner Broad & High St&
t. HATDlf. JOS. BUTCHB80N. W.B. BATPKN,
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CC,
IVO. 13 8. HIGH STItEET,
Forwardine and Commishion
GRAIN OF ALL KIND8,
OCR, WHISKY. Ac.
g9" T it Prices 'Paid at all times for
Corn, W Barley, e c, etc.
F P"T C E :
Near WeitEnd of Nat'l R ad Bridges
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. 8HIPABD.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
TS. SHEPARD HATING FORMED
a partnership with G. H0KIGER, for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
ISO. I6S SOUTH HIGH 8TBEE V,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examine their fine and
well selected stook of Ladies'. Gents'. Hisses' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the cast, and whicn tbey are now ottering
tor sale on the moat reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing department special attention ia given to
CUSTOM MADS WORK.
Repairing of all hinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respeotfully solioit a share of public
patronage. Please give us a call. No trouble to
Remember the place : No. 163 South High street
. 8HEPARD A HOBIGER.
Columbus, 0.. Sept. 13, 1868. dtf
TTKnRRWOOD A CO. ARE NOW PRE.
U pared to furnish from their extensive Nurse
ry, east of the County Fair Grounds, between
Broad and Friend streets, all varieties of Orna
mental Shrubs; Provence. Damask. Moss. China,
Bourbon and Tea Roses : new varieties of Peonies,
Chrysanthemums, Dahlias, Verbenas, Ac., Ac The
collection will not be wanting in any desirable
novelty. Cut J! lowers oi great variety in season.
JOSEPH H. GEIGER
Attorney at Ia,-vr,
PARSON'S BUILDING, ;
aug26-eod3ml COB. TOWS t B1GBSTS.
rw-iTTIi: PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BY
JL Rudolph Kiokly, on the Mational road, east of
Blind Asylum, consisting ui a uuuoie Drica ooqso,
stable, slaughter house and outbuildings, and one
aore ana a nan oi grouuu. 11"iJc"(jB IMg
ootT-eodlm 169 fcast Friend street.
PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
i .ni .o.r-a' old. verv handsome, kind and
sound. Willbowld low.
mf iVY.i ni n rvr;
the"-' Qbgest! 'Ann, most com
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Employing, as we do, none but the
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And having a full assortment of the
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MEDICAL PREPARATIONS. .
R O S A D A l 3!
a 4 m ant '
' ", TllE! 'tiRE AT "'
The Best Blood Purifier in the
!mH 'World.1 i
: ; - OF '' !
ROSADALIS! r r
A Snffe and Certa.ln Cure (and tbe
only one yet discoyei"ed) for
Scrofula, In Its Various Forme,
SUCH AS i
Consumption in it early stages, Enlargemen
and Ulceration oi Un Ulands, joints, t
Bone, Kidneys and Uterus, .
Eruptions of tho
Skin, Chronic ,
r ' ' : ALSO r i
IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS.
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite,' Sick Headache, Liver Com
plaint, fain in tne Back, imprudence in
' GENERAL I IX. . IIEAI.XII,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
Blood, sLIrer, Kidneys 4c Bladder.
' . t - . .
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taint, and restores tae entire system to a
healthy condition. "
l'P lyl PKHPKITTI.V TTABMr.Tr.SS never Bro.
Is not a secret medicine. The articles from which
it is made are published around each bittle, and it
, i i i v. ki -1 : i L' ..i..
18 usen ana recummenueu uy ma jiicuiuai rwun
where'er it hss been introduced, as a POSI I'lVh
and RELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of the
Blood liiver and moneys.
tS9 Used' and Indorsed bv the
leudlnsr Physicians everywhere It
is kaotrn. ,: ,
The following, among many hundred of our best
oitisens, testily to its wonaenui emcaoy;
CERTIFICATES FROM PHVSICIANS.
,. B ALTiMOB, Md March 4. 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALIS" to be
the Bast Altseat.vb in Ube, and thercfoce
cheerfully recommend it as sucn.
. ; THOMAS J. BOTKIN. M, D.
, , ',. Baltikobb, February 10, 18C8.Q
Dkhb Sir I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. I have
umi i. m.m1 In twn niMi with hanov resnlta one a
case of secondary syphilis, in which tbe patient
pronounced nimseii eurea bilct- naving taaen ut
bottles of jour medicine. The other a ase os
scrolula, of long standing, which is rapid)' improv
ing under its use, and the indications are that tbt.
patient will soon recover, l nave oareruny exam
ined the formula by which your Kosedaiis is made
and find it an excellent compound oi alterative in
grrfien... r. w. CARB, M j
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a saf
and reliable alterative. Ac. ana tase pleasure l
recommending it to tbe protession and tne public.
A. I. MOORE. M.D., ,
- - L.A.STITH. M. D.,
J. H. W1NSTEA1), M.D.,
R. G. BAKHAM.M. I)..
W. O.DUGGAN. M.D
E. BARN tOS. M. D..
K. W. KING, M.D.,
t. WOODaRI). M. D..
W. T. BREWER. M. D..
W.J. BULLOCK, M.D.
1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with tbe above named rnysicians. ana cney are aj
gentlemen ot respeoiauuuy auu buiuuinb m uu
community. . T.C.DAVIS,
Mayor of Wilson. N C.
January 11, 1868.
Rosadalis will Cure the Wors
Cases of Scrofula Read the
Statement Below and Despair
Wilsok CoxruTT, September 10, 1867,
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged hve years, nas oeen areaatuny at
n ,nA vit.h .'.r.rnfula nearlv all her life. I tried a
great many physicians, but without relieving her
much; in fact, most of them said there was no nope
of cure. During the last fprirg she wap worse than
ever: her body and limbs being covered with sore
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulcerated
and swollen. W hue in tms condition i was ad
.!,ut h Dr. I.. A. Stith totrv tour Rosadalis. I a
once procured three bottles, and commenced givinp
it to her. I be enect was uagicai. in less man
-nonth to my great astonishment, she was emirelj
nrs, with much respect and erstitnde
Rosadalis Cores all Skin Diseases.
WIL8DK, N. C, September IS, 1867,
rtr T.wrenne: Dear Sir In 1863 mv son. now
aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, wnicn cumpteiei j uearuj-eu uis
health, fie has been afflicted with an inveterate
and extremely troublesome Eruption of the Skin,
sometimes breaking out in sore, &c. Rosadalis was
pres ribed by my family physician. Dr. A, D. Moore.
After taking it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely wen. , . ,
Yours truly, J.B.DANIEL
Chronic Uver Complaint Cured.
TViU U ti rtrrifv that I wm cured of Chronic Lit.
er ('otDplaint by Dr. Lawreooe's Kofadalis, after
baTing been connned to my ned ana Douse lor a long
rim anH t.rvinff va.rions medicines without benefit.
I know of several others in this county cured
through tbe use ot uosaaana, ana it cn do louoa in
nearlv every house in my neighborhood, and they
1 f ..is. it as a great "HOaAS THORN.
Green County, Auguet 14, 1867.
Rosadalis Ish Potent Remedy In all
From G. W. BLorur. Esq.. Attorney at Law
WILSON. nOKTU UAKOLlN A.
I have been cured of Chronic Inflammation of the
Ear and f artial DeaJness, of t-n years' standing, by
Rosadalis. GEO. W. BLOUNT.
Rosadalis will Care - the Tery
Worst Cases ot Chronic
y '. Pobtsmotjth. V A., February 85, 1868.
Captain J. H. Baker :
: Dbak Sib- This is to certify that I have been
afiliotcd with Rhenmatism for the last five or six
years, many times unable to move. 1 tried all med
loines recommended to me for -the disease, without
HA.ioin. nv benefit. Havine heard '-KoaadaliM''.
highly spoken of, 1 procured a bottle, and, finding
some reiiei, cwnnnoa lb uutii mui ua.yyj w say
that I am completely well. .....
I not only consider the Kosada is' a srvereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, and I cheerfully recommend it to the
r. r-5 Wilson, January 7, 1868.
1 hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawrence's
justly celebrated Rosadalis in my family as a gen.
era! Alterative and Tonic, with the most satistao-'
lory results, and 1 therefore conscientiously recom
mend it to the publio as a medicine of raro and gen
uine merit. JAMES W.DAVIS.
Sheriff of Wilson county, N.C.
Rosadalis This medicine has met with an un
precedented success in this community- (Japt. Ba
ker, the polite and attentive agent for this city, in
forms us that it is next to impossible to supply tbe
demand made for it; and that tbemediciie is efleet
ng some wonderful cures, and giving great satis
faction to all who have used it Eorfolk ( Va.)
Daily Journal, Jfotember 29, 1867.
Prepared only by J. J. LAWRENCE. M. 1)..
Chemist, Baltimore. Md., (late of r ilson, N, C.)
Price 1 50per bottle.
49" Sold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
Druggists in all the large cities of tho U nited States
and British America, and retailed by druggists
every where. ....
All lotters of inquiry 4c. promptly answered.
Address Dr. J.J. LAW REN UK A CO.. sole pro-
E-ietors and manufacturers, Sj-t-t Baltimore street.
altiincre, Md -
DH.W. -A. X U GGAM',
230 Vina St., Cincinnati, O.
49"For sale in Columbus by Braun. Bruck A Co.
Flnatnn A Gardnat. S: E. Samnel A Co.. and R
Jones A Son. - mayla-dAwly .
BY JOHN G. SAXE. [N. Y. Ledger. AGRICULTURAL. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
EXCEPT SUNDAY. . j t
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on'tl
Eilttle Miami dtColambui A XealU
-: b . a Kailroads. , t , K - ,:j
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
A. M. . Will stop at Delaware, Cardingtoo, Gilaad,
Galion; Crestline, Shelby, W ew London, Welling
ton, Grafteo and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
6:30 A. Ml, New York 7:00 A. M.t This train leaves
Sunday morning, not moaaiiy. t -
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leave Cblumbul
at SKW A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts fro .a the Freight Yard.
NEW YORK. EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A.M. Will stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal
ion, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at tM
P. M., New York next day at S;45 P. M. . t
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus atl
P. M. Will stop at Worthitjgton, Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shilnh,
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 8:25 P. M., New York 10:30 P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3:05 P. M. Will
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring-,
field, arrivinz at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield
C0 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M., arrives at Delaware at 0:10 A. M.; Coluuibu
1058 A.M. -
Patent Sleeping Cars are ran on sal
Night Trains to Chicago,
,. . New York and
Baggage checked through t'o iTew York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New-York, via Crestline. t
Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:00 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 12:16
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 8:10 P. M.
- Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbn
at 1035 a. M.
Fare as. Low aa by any Other Route.
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT.
...... , Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio,
. -'. v JAMES PATTERSON. -
Agent, Columb a, Ohio.
Columbus. May 11. 1888. 1
FOR THE HA.IR.
. , . Improved I , .' ..
It ia an elegant Dressing for the Hair. .'
It causes the E air to Curl r eau tif ally. ' .
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 Hair Falling Out.' '"
' It keep the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to itt Original Color. . ,
It bring out Hair on head that have been bald for
"' - years. . :. . '
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monial of its excellence, many ., which are from
' physioian 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 & Co.; P. G- Well A Co.
Schieffelin A Co., New York. CsCBNT-moh27-dly
A New Article of Food,
' It was M. BriVtat Savarin. the celebrated French
: Gastronome, who first said, that "the man who in.
vents a new dish does more lor Society than the
.man wno discovers a l'lanet." Tne -
i : :CACIO Dl HtCCAROM
or Italian prenared Cheese Maecaroni. is now of.
' fered as a most delicious, wholesome and piquant
comestible (convenient lunch) for the use of ram
. ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
and for use in Beer loons, iaror sample Kooms.
It is eaten on Bread. Bisoait or Toast- '
It is suitable for Sandwicbes Inglese "Due fei
Mn a pan conatmro. ,speciaiiy is it adapted
for those climates where tbe article of eheese can
not be kept in a sound condition for any length of
time. .... r-
lt may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash or
Stews-and warmed upon a stove, after the can
has been opened, it makes, without further prep-
paration, a UELicious wklsh karebit.
For Travelers and others, it is far more reoiiom-
. ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
Tbe proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
it a trml.
Send 5 for 8 amfi.k dozen H lb Cans, and ktch
ly oildkd show oard, seourely packed, and ship
ped per express to any address. Liberal discounts
' made to tbe trade.
N. B. The Caciodi Maecaroni is trat so in tin
boxes, and packed in cases of two dozen at 8 per
. case, net oash. -
For sale by. all respectable Grocers and at the
Kesnonsihle affants wanted everywhere.
All orders aud communications should he ad
THE LIVINGSTON CACI0 COMPANY.
98 Liberty Street, New York.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
No. 220 South High St., '
T HAVE JTYJ8T KECEIVED THE.
J. largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of '
' Eiierli! and
Cau lairaerck., &c,
For Gentlemen's wear, wbioh 1 will sell at the low
at Cash nricaa.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
READY MADE CLOTHING.
ju22-dly 220 South High street,
A. "WORD WITH YOU!
BR FAD IS THE STIFF OF LIFE
your most important article of diet. The health
ox your xamiiy largely uepeaua upon ita ueiua; -
LICHT AND WHOLESOME.
Would you have it sot Then nse only ;
JW-rr IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.-Wi .
Whiter than snow: makes Bread always light
wnite ana oeautiiui inaea pouna nome
- to your wife to-night. She will be
- , ; .. delighted with it. .
Buyers of Snda should try our
BI-CARBOMTE UF SODA:
W e guarantee it not only far superior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best New
CasUe or English Soda, , . . i
MAHUFACTUBKU BT THB .... '
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
VNT-nuglO-eodly-r ' "
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, near Main,
BENRY P. ELIA8, Proprietor.
THI8 POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is tbe most desiriablo stopping
place for persons visii ing the citv. No pains will
be spared to make the stay ot guest pleasant in
every particular. , , . , . . mylU-dUm
Valuable Hotel Property lor Sale.
l"-. - r : . t Ml
THE rNDERSIGNr.D WlLli SELL AT
private sa!e that well known and popular tav
ern ttand, situated in the town of Ba tin ore, Fair
field eounty, Ohio, now occupied by Major W. J.
Creed. If not sold at private sale it will be effered
at public sale on October 15th, le68, rn tbe prom
ises. - Terirs easy. For further particulars, apply
to tbe present occupant, the undersigned, proprie
tor of the "Mithoff House." or Frank H. Carpenter
in Lancaster, Ohio. .. . ., .
sepJ4.dtoetie ""JOHN KAUFMAN. -
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
The Shortest -Route . West - TV
t CJaangeuofCars to Chieasra, Pe
.U oria and Indianapolis.
FOTJE TBAINS DAILY lev Ontoh ipol. Co.
.-'v" "-,n jlombas, as follows:
n i K A." M. TOLEDO' EXPRESSSundays
VI. Tc. excepted.) rnvoa at MUfard H A M
Lrbana8:52 A. M.; Fiqua 10:05 A. M.; LinurlSdli
P. M.- Toledo 3:48 P. M.; DetroitSUO K M
Passengera by- this train arrive at Toledo and
Detroit 3 houra ahead of any other routaT
191fi p- M- DAY EXPRE-!S (SunHy as.
i.IU eepted.) Arrive at (irk ana t.-oe u.
Piqua SS6P. M.; Bradford Junction 3:15 P.
Richmond 435 P.M.: Indianapolis 7d0 A M.f hS. .
gansport sao P. Peoria 35 A. M.; Galesbnrg
57 , ..?!D,0,, law- aw A.- r Louis.
T'il'iu- Terr Hnt 11:00 P-ilsttoos
135 A.' M j Cairo rw Pj M.f Pans 151 A. Mj AU
of St."Louis ONE TKAlN'jJi -IdVaNC "f
all other routes. . -( .,, ,
.20 Eb ikSW?0 AND gTf i.otjis'ex.
O.lf PRbhS (Sundays exeeptedj Arrives at
Piqua8:48P. M Lognsport SKIS A.-M-i Gbicaco
8:15 A. M Indianapolis 2:05 A, M.: Terra Haute
viou a. ai.; cvauBviiiv vioar, in.; nattoon B3B A.
M.; Pana 10:06 A. M.; Alton 1:40 P. M - Hi U,nia
:45 P. M-; LafAyette 7:15 At M.: Springfield, Ills.
:05 P. Oainev 7l20 P. M Keokuk H IS. P U
Louisville 75 A. M.V Nashville 530 P.M ; Hem
phis 0:15 A. M.; Toledo 630 A. M4 Detroit 830
A. M. -(..., - .i T. , ,
NEW AND ELEGANT.
Sleeping C ar sj.
RUN IN THIS TRAIN 10. CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE: TO MATTOON, ILL,
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE.'
Arriving at St. Louis lO haart and Louisville
a aaura auaaa oi any otner route.
lO. AK A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily tojn
ltvo dianapolis. and, Sundays excepted, to
Chicago. Arrives at LogansportBSS A.M.: Peoria
5:25 P. M.; Chicat o 1KH P. M r Indianapolis 7:10 A.
hi.; Terre Haute 10:30 A.M.; K vans t ill e 10.-00 P.M.
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.: Csiro 4:15 A.M.: Pana 1:15 P.
M.; Alton 7:15 P. M.: St. louis 8:10 P. M.; Lafay
ette 230 P. M.: LonifTilla 4.30 P. M Vuhvilla
40 A. M., Memphis 3:15 P. M. - ,
Passengers by this train reach St. Loais ta aai
vaioago e uvMj-a ..cm. oi aayotaar
. - route. ,
Stato Boom Sleeping Cars
- BUN IN THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
: WITHOUT CHANGE.-.
JSV Call for Tickets via Loganaport or Richmond
..r- n ... r... .-1 - . , II 1 u: l
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
'- r. CHAHULKR. UeuT Ticket Agent.
J. M. LUNT. General SuperinUnden
NEW TIME EAST
NEW TIME EAST BALTIMORE & OHIO
- v.-.. j j , ( S.--:a
Three Trains Ieavtt Colamabiia (T7n
. . Depot),. Aia.lly tSUDda.j's avxcesited.
:iO A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivin
Zanesville at 4:30 A. M,; Bellaire at 8:10 A M.
Baltimore at 4U0 A. M.; aabington City at M
: - "'.'. - : -'-i i;- Vi
li:iO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS 'rrirint
at Zanesville at 1:15 P. M: Bellaire at 430 P. M.
Baltimore at 8 20 A. M.; Washington, City at
, 2tOO P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
ville at 4:45 P. M .: Bellaire at 840 P.- M.; Balttmora
at 45 P. Washington City at5:4iP.M f
' sa. These train are from TWO to EIGHT hour
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Close eonneotiena made at Baltimore and W ash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and Now York.
, Passengera holding through tickets to . Eastern
cities have th privilege of '''
TifeitiiigN WasbiBoi;py '
' 'v ;!.' ei-.-;; .i.-i'sM
.K.J.a - . .-.rm:! v-rr-r
' ' : iXs- . Li; .i T ', . .
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
:' ' ' '' ' --f- '-.I-.!i.tTjaX
: "'1 tiriw -n;T ..'.,!
AsU For TICKETS via R F.I .1 AIR.
.-' - ?!'' "-'! ' ' ''O -'-"T
: JNO L. WILSON. Master of Trajuportatioa.
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger AgU
may 18 ...
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
-' :'' ' ' - . -- -i -
On an after MONDAY. May 11th, 1088, FOU
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus :i
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ST.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, HI. i
DIANAPOLIS CHICAGO. . ,
Withou tchange of oars to DAY TON and RICH
MOND, and only on change of ears to IN'
DJLANAruiiia and tiiuUAuo,
1 Connection are reliable a foBoVs '
FIRST TRAIN (Daily). " !
Leaves at lr20 A. M. for Cincinnati, Circlevflle
Lancaater, Hillsboro and Chillioothe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morroa, and Loveland. arriring a
Cincinnati at 80 a m.
' t f.
. SECOND TRAIN.
. (Daily except Sundays J . ...
Leaves at S:00 A." M. for Cincinnati," Daytoa
. Kiobmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, andstop at
West J efferson, London. iSouUi Charleston, Selma,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, CorwinTMorrow,
South Lebanon. Fosters.' Lovelant. MiJford, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 4036 A. M., eonneatiAC
with the Mail BoaU.
. , , , : . . THIRD.. TRAINt , trtw
T.:i a a j . a
IjMtVAM tit 2:Ja V. M fnl rinninnalt.f TlaWrvwa anal
nrn('Ku-uu, tw Atuiia, wnriuc mm "If rmt m
-- .-. fr .-ret
, FOURTH TRAIN. . SkJ
. 1 - (Daily except Sundays.) -Leaves
at 5:15 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Springne d via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefferano, London, South Charleston, - Seima.
Cearville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:00 J . M,
Sleeping? Can n all Rlajat Trains.
! . J HENRY BBOOKS. Ticket Ageai,
1 7 JNO. W. DOHERTY. Agent. J
'. JOHN DTJRAND, ' ' i.-ifi-'.-luH
W. L. OS&W-,
r, , ; GeplTioketAg't.J .;. . .,j;asta
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
i: PAN HaJIDLE ROUTE, j j
tn ana alter June 39th, lfs; train7 win ran as
Leave. N. Y. Exarees Mail FastTtine.
Columbus... .20 A. M. :15 P. M-,.liao A.M.
N ewark ..3:SS A: M. 3:50 P. M7 1-.3S p. M.
Steubenvilla...;Ou A.M. -rXD P. J4, scUa. 1L
Pittsburgh -..:. 10 A. M.'IMr M. 7P. M.
Ilarrisburg i 8:aOr. M. 1230 P. M, , -- 1M A.M.
Philadelphia.. 1:35 A. M. " 40 P. M. 5 A. M
Now York.... 5OA.M.tiSll.ll.:5JI:M l.M.
Baltimore.... 6:45 A. M , 6:S0 P. M. 1J:30 P. M.
Washington... M0 A. M. . P. M. ' P. M.
Boston........ 6:00 P. M. .......... la.-ooP. M.
. . E'egant sta'e room sleapfng care on all night train.
On tbe Kast Line the celebrated "Silver Palace
day and night cars are run through from Columbag
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
' 3 Passenger by the 1:00 A. M. Sunday train
arrive in New York at 5 o'clook Monday morning
an advantage never before offered. . : '
1 ; S F SCULL
-or w ir.1t?f?',cT,ckt. St'enWillvb.
W. W. CARD. Superintendent, Steubenviila. O
JunetO-dly jnnq .1 , .. . ..... l ,,'K .';n
W. B. BROOKS. AIM. HOP8TOW. WB. H. BL B
j. jsc w:. b.-brookTs,
. Cor. Rich & His;!. 8ta.,Celnma, '
7 ' r-HBALKM IK . , , '
HEW, DBXEAN8 " SUGARS AKD K0LA88K
Island Sugars, Coffee, Tea ' Spjces, ToVacco
lebC-ly . t- ,.t 4.,., u..,,
. ' trU