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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Bhpwisc th arrival nd denature of trains at Co.
ambus. Ohio. On and after Monday. Mar si
M trains win n as follows P. ; ., ,
CKTelud, Colasnhas 4c Clnm B Be
' - . ' UATSJ. ABRIVB
N. T. Western Express.. 1:10 A.M. 1:00 A. M"
New York Express 11:10 A.M. 12:10 P.M.'
Hail nd xpress BSO P. M. 9:10 P. M.
Delaware Aoeommodetioo.. :06 P. M. 10:11 A. M.
No. 1 Aeoommodatioo ijOO A..3L. M P. id.
This trainleaves Sunday moraine not Monday.
JAMKS JATTERSON Agent.
Little niaral Sc Colambaxk Xeaia K.H .
Night Express.. ISO A. M. ; 19:56 A. M"
Cincinnati Accommodation- 5:00 A. M. $s P. M.
Express 1225 P.M. 110 A.M.
Express. 6:15 P. M. 15 P. M
., . .. - JNO. W.-DOHERTY. Agent.
- BmitlJaavre Ohio Railroad Central
' '. . HAVE. "'. ARRIVE.
Night Express..:....." :10 A. M. 11S5 P. M.
Lightning Express 11:10 A. M. 4:45 P. M1
Express Hail M P. U. Uao A. il.
........ A. D. bMiTU, Agent.
Vslanasiis. Chicago ana Indiana Can.'
f tral Hallway
-iv.-i 4. ...... M4yj; 11 ARRIVl,
flight Express 13:05 A.' M- 1:15 A. M.
A oooanDO-letKie... 6r6 A. M. 1:50 P. II.
Western Express., 530 p. M. 1.-O0 P. M.
Day Express ..... .....13:10 P. M. "11:00 A. M.
G. A. Hill, Agent
Saaetnsky IanI laid or Newark. K.R.
Trains leave Newark and arrire as follows ' - '
-"' - ' '- uin, - ARRIVE.
Freights......... .0 00A.M. H5 P.M.
Mail and Express ....10.30 A.M. S.6 P.M.
Mansfield Express 8.45 P.M. 9.45 A.M. -
A. WDenhis. Agent.
PlUaburgrh, Cincinnati St at. Louis
, , , Hallway.
' " LI1TI. ' ARRIVE.
New York Express...... :00 A. M. 11:15 P. M.
Lightning Express ...1130 A- M. 5:00 P. M.
Mail and Express . :15P.M. 11:56 A.M.
llenniaon Accommodation 6:08 A.M. OHO P. M.
New York Express ran daily. All other trains
ran daily, except Sunday.
Deaaisan Acoommodetioa starts from freight
John B-PsTKiig, Agent
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
A. K. T. a.
A. m. r. X
Eastern Through Mails,
via Steubenville and
Eastern Way Mails, C. C,
. IS JO -12 JO 10:00 130
Northwest, Tia Ft, W. A
C..CC.C. AC. R.R..
Chicago. Tia O, P. A I. C.
. 9J0 :00,
1JM .... 4:15
. "". lVJi 7:30
1;55 11 JO ....
1930 1:00 730
: H30 T30 ..... ;
f :P0 11:00 7;S0
9 KM) .... 730
8:00 .... ' 7:30
.... .... 1:00
.... .... 10
' . fc
(.-00 .... 730
Little Miami B.B., Thro'
mme Miami n. aT., ....
C. O. B. B . Newark.
Zanesville A Wheeling. ....
C. O. R Way --.... ' ....
C- P. 11, Through and ,
Circleville, Chillioothe 1
Lancaster. Ohio ....
Kaat M ar. National Boad. 10JO
Mt. Ternon Way, Wester- -Ti.le.Ae...
B orth tl umbos and Clin
arrives Mondaya Wed- ,
nesdaws, A Fridays, and "
" leaves Taesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays.... J 1
Centre Village, (tri-week-l
Uffiob Hoctbs. Office opens at IX o'clock A.M.,
and closes at TJ4 P.M. Sundays,opensat8aA.M.,
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
Death Warrant of Christ.
The Courier dtt Etat Unit sayu :
Chance has put into our hands the most
imposing and interesting judicial docu
ment, to all christians,, tlat. has ever
been recorded . in human annals, that is,
the identical death warrant of onr Lord
Jesus Christ.,,. We transcribe the docu-,
ment from a copy of the translation :
Sentence rendered by Pontius Pilate,
acting Governor of Lower Galilee, that
Jesus of Nazareth will suffer death on
. i ,i
ine iiross. . . -
In the year seventeen of the Empire,
of Tiberius Caesartnd the 4 th of March,
the city' of the Holy ;' Jerusalem;
Aneas and Caiaphas being present, Bac
rificators of the people of God, I, Pon
tius Pilate; Governor of the prsecatory,
condemn Jesus of -Nazareth, to - die on
the cross between .two. thieves the'
great and notorious evidence of. the peo
1. lie is a, seducer. '
2. 'He is seditious. " :: ' '
3. He is the enemy of the law. . '
4. He calls himself, falsely,, the Son
of God; . '.! -;t ,. .: .-. .
5. He calls himself the King of Is-;
6. He entered into the temple followed ,
by a multitude bearing palm branches in
their hands. '
Order of the centurion, Quintius Cor-',
neliue, io lead him to the place of exe
cution. Forbid any person whomsover, poor
er rich, to oppose the death of Jesus.
The witnesses that signed, the death
of Jesus-are: " '' '. ' ;-;
1. 'Daniel Bohani, 8 Pharisee, '
2. Jonus Horobabel. --- -
3. Cabet, a citizen, ,
x Jesus shall go out of the city by the ;
'gate Strenuous.'- i : 1 ; .
The above sentences are engraved on
a copper plate on one side are written !
these words t-" A similar plate i sent '
to each of these tribes." .' -i :
It .was found in an antique vase of .
white marble while, excavating" in the
city of Aquilla, in the Kingdom of Na-.
ples'in the year 1825, and was discov-T
ered .by . the Commissariat of Arts at- '
tsched to ithe French army. At the ex-,
pedition of Naples, ! t was found enclos
ed in a box of ebony in the sacristy of
Caurteih.11 The French translation was
made by members of the, Commission of
Arts. The children requested earnestly,
that the plate should hot be taken away
from them, The request was granted as a
reward for the army. Mr. Dennon, one
of the savants, caused a plate to be made
as a model, on which he - had engraved
the above sentence. ' At the sale of his
collection of cariosities" it' was bought
by Lord Howard for 5,884 francs.
Fall Care of Gardens.
"We have more than once spoken of
the tendency which -ao- often prevails
among farmers to neglect proper atten
tion to their gardens at all seasons of the
yearvTbe farm appears so much more
important in the extent of its productions, '
and in the amount of labor required to
keep it in proper condition, that the
household part of the grounds.the garden,
is too often left to take care of itself, or
left to the care of those who are unable
to work it properly. .In the season of
planting, j the comparatively . trifling
worki' that is required to make a good
garden ia withheld, on the plea that
there is more. pressing work in the field.'
The farmer who acts on this principle
does an injury to himself and to : his
friends; for nothing Contributes more to
the supply and the comiort of the social
board than a-productive garden. It may
be made almost half, the support of, a
family, and with its small fruits, its roots
and its: vegetables of every description,
it adds immensely to the. good cheer of
a country home. . ; : ;.; . , ',-. i
On the supposition that this part of n.
farmer's duty has not been neglected at
the proper season for raising the crops,
we would remind our. readers that the
time is at hand when the fruits of such
labor art to be- cared for. 1 ; And many of
our readers have no other "farm . than
their garden, so that it' stands ' them in
band to reap the advantage of their sum
mer toil by. carefully gathering and hior
ing the product. iTha value of all kinds
of vegetables depends,, in a great 'meas
ure, upon the condition in which tbey-
are gathered and stored away..,, ... .-
Many garden roots will not require to
be taken up before the' close of October,
but we give these timely hints and would
especially advise all who have such crops
to store, to have places provided for them
in season, that they may not suffer by
being left out too long.' ' ' '
': After al the crops are garnered, the
garden itself should be put in complete
order; all weeds and -useless bushes re
moved, and everything made ready for
another- season. 1 This will both invite
and facilitate labor in the spring. N. Y.
Brigand Chiefs in Italy.
' There are two or three brigand chiefs
in Italy, says a correspondent, who have
kept their ground for the last eight years
in spite of all the efforts 'of the police,
gendarmes and military. One of theoe
leaders, the infamous Guerra.was killed,
with several of his band on the night of
the 30th of August. It was anight of
storm and heavy rain, when Major Lom
bardi, warned of the vicinity of the
brigands, went out to seek them at the
toot of Mount Torrone, near Migneno
The search was vain until it occurred to
one of the guides to examine some
large hollow oak trees, in ' which
he knew that . men might . be
easily hidden. In the very first they
they bund twopersons concealed. One of
them wrestled with the captain who seiz
ed him, but before he could make use of
bis arms a soldier shot him dead. It was
Guerra. The other, was shot as he ran
away.- On examining the body, it prov
ed to be that of the brigand's mistress.
Another dreaded brigand, the. ferocious
Cicconi, a rumau of herculean strength,
was killed on the same occasion. Do-
menico Fuoco is the most' formidable of
those who remain at large.' The Italian
papers have just announced that the
remnant of Guerra's band hasyieldedit
self up to the authorities.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
f ourin street, near main
HENRY P. KLIAS, - - - - Proprietor.
THI8 POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is the most desirjable stopping
place for persons visaing the eit. Ko pains will
be spared to make the stav ot snasts pleasant in
every particular. myl2-d6m
THE PLACE TO BUY
.Bracket, Hall and Tabie Lamps.
Lanterns for Oil or Candles.
The newest and best kinds of Burners, Chimneve,
Wicks, or ani thing in the Lamp tine, for lighting
Churches, Halls or Dwe'Hngs, is at
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 163 Main street.
-s- .- .
Gas Chandelier. 1
, , Ceiling and
W indow Reflector Lights,
vr any wing in tne uaa r ix;nre line, is as
PIPE AND FITTINCS.
Wrought-iron Pipe (Plain or Galvanized),
cast-iron sou ripe.
Stone and Cement Drain Pipe,
. ilalleableand Oast iron Fittings,
- "- Steam Valves, Stop Cooks.
': Gas. Servioe,a.' d
Meter Coftkfi. As.. Aa..
Or anything in the Pipe or Fitting line, is at
MCHr.r at cu.'s iepor,
Nos. 8 East Fourth and 162 Main street.
Pumps & Plumbers' Coods.
Cistern and Well Pumps, '
litft and t orce rumps, -
iieer Pnmp.i. (harden Pumps, Ac,
- Bath Tabs, Closets,
W ash-stands. Wash Trays,
Kath Holers. Sinks.
Ac, Ao. Everything in the above line, wholesale
or retail, at Eastern prices, at
jicutpitti s uu.'B uepot.
Cas & Steam Fitters' Tools.
Screw-entttnaT Machines. Stocki and T)ies Prilla.
Reamers and TaDa. Patent Pica Cattera. Pat
ent ftnd Ordinary Piua Tones. Pina ViseA.
Meter - aod Burner Pi t era. ftaa Fitrera An.
gers, Chiseli, Ac, Ac. kverTthirjg in the above
line alwas on band and for tale at the manufaotur
er's trade rates, at
McHENRY & COS,
No g EattFourtli Sc Q2 m&ln Street.
O CTl-sei30-wSm CJKOIIfKATI.
'U.S "S ,
OHIO SAW WORKS.
Patent Ground Circular Saws, . ..
MILL & CROSS CUT SAWS,
-:: . HAHD ABO EIP BAW8. v
Ripaikino Cabbfcllt and Pkokptlt Dons.
: HOODBOCGH lIcfAKL.IIV,
Vntnri . Hamilton, Ohio, and - " ;:
factories J 238 1 S0 West Tth st, Cincinnati. O.
Warehouse, Is A 14 West Id street. Cinoinnati. O.
aSJTD FOB PBICE LIST. TO srp&-w3m
TIMES FOR HOLDINb. CUUR I S
FOB THE YEAU.(8b9,:
la the FiltU-Judicial liotrlct of
v..r.:t , i. -. Ohio.-
THE STATE OF OHIO. - 1
f B NKUN UOUNTT.l
IT.' , SHKPAKD. CL.- KK OF THr.
9 Cou t of Common Pleas, within and for said
eonnts. do herebv certify that the following is trnlv
taken and eopied from the Journal of said court.
Terms ot Hnlillngonrl ia the Fifth
judicial uistrict oi unio, lor A.. Mt.
189. . -
It is hereby ordered that the District Courts, and
Courts or common neat, lor tne year A. i. i6,
shall begin in the several counties of the Fifth J a.
dioial District of the State of Ohio, at the times fol
lowing, to-wt: ,
, DISTRICT COURTS,
Madison May 4th.
Franklin May 6th.
Piokaway May loth.
Fayette Mar 14th.
Ross August 38th.
Highland Sept. 1st.
Adams Sept. 6th.
Brown Sept, th.
Clermont Sept. 12th.
; COURTS OF COMMON PLEAS.
'- Ttrnwn Fehrnarr 9th. Juue 1st. October 31st
Adams January 27tb, May 18th, September 21st.
Clermont J anoary 6th. J une i!6th. Ootoher 1th .
Highland January 13th, May J8lh. October 15th.
Koss January zecn, June i i, uctuoer Jist.
' Farette--Feb uary 33d. June 2Sth,SeptemberSlst.
. Madison February d. Mar ldtn. uctober 16th.
Piokawav February 16th. June 1st. Ootober 31't.
Franklin March 8th, June 16th, November 16th.
And it is further ordered that l his order be pub
lished for three weeks, in the manner prescribed by
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our
hands, this 18tn day of (September. A. D.1868.
. ALFREDS. UICK.EY..
. T. Q AStlBURN, Judges,
.i . JOnEPHOLDS.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand
and amea tne seal ot said c nit, this 24th
18KALJ day ot aeptemoer, a. u. lass.
" . . , , T.S. SHEPARD.
Cleik of Franklin Common Pleas
We are constantly purenasing for oash in the New
York and Ikwton slarkets, aU kinds ot r
DRY XND FANCY GOODS. SILKS, COTTONS
BOOTS AND SHOES. WATCHES. SKW
1JNG MACHINES. CDTLEuY. DRESS
GOODS, DOMESTIC GOODS.
.7 r 1 1 ,, "
Wriinh we are actually selling at an averao-e nrica
nf One Dollar for Kacb Article. Onr
sales being strictly for cash, and our trade much
lar.pr. tbaa tnat or any t;tner similar concern, en
ables as te give tmw uargaiua ioia can oe obtain
ed ot any oiner nouse, ., -,r , ..
.THIS. . LADIES ;
Are especially invited to give us a trial.
Send roe. a Circulab add ezchanob list.
n .ink luinm nf u list ! as follows: FortS
j oa .nfr Mn fnnniAins find eheeks deseribina
different articles to be sold for dollar each; 40
for 4: eo for 6; 100 for $10, Ao. Sent by mail.
hnmi,MMU IMWJST IAM MOOT W WWW VU IHIT ViVW
m, according to size ol elub. Single fountain
and check, 10 cents. Male and female agents want
ed, seuel AlsntF in Kesriatertxt t.ettera.
Send us a trial club, and you will acknowledge
that you cannot afford to buy goods of any other
house thereafter. - - , ,
I . (3 tianoter street, Boston, Mass.
DB-iut-w6ai...i u i, . . . i. . . . . ,
'r . . -of- . : '
Fall and Winter Goods
GILGHRIST, GRAY & CO.'S
Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street
Now opening, the most varied and rlegant stock of
riain and rancy isress uoous, ever
oered in this market.
In all the new styles and colorings. A magnifioent
LACES AIVD EMBROIDERIES!
An elegant assortment.
Full assortment of Harris Brothers' Seamless Kid.
- Also, Alexandre s.
OUR PKICES ABE UNIVERSALLY
GILCHRIST. GRAY & CO..
Nos. S3. IS. 27 A 9 South High St.
IV "E W
FALL AND WINTER
TO BUY AT
A UGH TON'S!
Purchasers of Dry Goods are cordially inrited to
can ana examine tue
I E W 8 T O C K .
118 Sc 128 Sou lb High street
noTll-dly-aprlT ! C0LTTHBUS. 0B10.
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO.
Corner Broad & High Sts.
F. HATDBM. . 1 JOS. HUTCHISON. W.B. FATHKN,
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & CO.,
: NO. 13 S. HIGH SI REET,
ian20-dly-r ' Cslimbai, O.
Forwardiog and .1 Commison
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUit, WHISKY, Ac.
MT T et Prices Paid at all times for
Corn, W . .Barley, e e., eto.
Near West End. oINat'l K ad Brldreg
'. ' COLUHBU&, CJJU.
PROCLAMATION ! !
. . Columbus. O . Oct. IS. 1868.
I, GEORGE H. KARHART. Sheriff of Franklin
County. State of Ohio, do herehy notify the quali
fied Electors of the County of Franklin and State of
Ohio. to assemble 1 tneir respective lowntuips ana
W ards, at the usual places ot noiaing elections, on
Xuesduv (IleinK the 3d Kay of Jo-
And then and there nrcceed. as the law direots. t
elect Twenty-ooe Electors of President and Vice
President ot toe unitea ntates, in pursuance ot tns
Constitution of the Untied states and of thi
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
band and seal, this. Fifteenth day of Oc
tober, in the year of our Lord one thousand
taw a i. l Aiirht hundred and sixty.rittbt. and in the
Ninety-third year of the Independence of
the United states ot America.
GEORGE H. EARHART,
Sheriff of Franklin County, O.
UN HER WOOD Ac SJ. ARE NOWPKE
pared to furnish from their extensive Nurse
ry, east of the County Fair Grounds, between
Droaa ana ineuu o 1 1 ., vs uiu.
mental bhrubs; Provence, Damask. Moss. China,
Bourbon and Tea Roses : ue w varieties of Peonies,
Dahlias. Verbenas. Ac. le. The
oolleotion will not be wanting in any desirable
novelty, uut t lowers oi great variety in season,
JOSEPH H. GEIGER
Attorney at T.a-vr,
augM-eodSm . . . COS. TOVIT k BJSB BT8. .
A PAIR OF JUE tiUUVVIM'-UUbTa, 1VE
and six years' old. very handsome, kind and
ftfiiw'ull pivuaai up il ii lis?
THE LARGEST AltD MOST COM
i FLSTE : .-. 2 i
BOOR & JOB PRINTING
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
Nos. 36, 3S & 40 North High St,
I COLUMBUS, OHIO"
The attention the Business Publie called to
: the superior facilities of this Establishment.
We have in oonstant use ..
Eleven Steam Power Presses
BEST AND LATEST KINDS1
And our ability to cat out wont promptly ii
surpassed in the West. We have lately
made additions to our already
. ' LAKGE TARIE1
P BIN TING TYPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all Who nray Rive
us a call. Our large fonts of type enable us
. i . to do all kinds of
In the most prompt and exoel'ent manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting anything
- in this inetothe
That we have executed in th past year.
'. -' y v . .. - - - .
The reputation of this Mouse for fine Job Printing
is well known to the business community.
Employing, as we do. none but the
Best of Workmen.
And having a full assortment of the
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
' 1 -
,'.- ALL KINDS OF
' . Commercial
. .t, '- -HUOB AS -
Bill Heads, Cards, -
Circulars, Letter Heads,
Blanks of all kinds, . Checks, .
Drafts, &c, &c.
':": IN FACT, - -
EVERY K1ID OF JOB PBIKIIKG
Needed by the business public -We
also keep on band a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing Douse in the oily such as
Super Royal, Medium,
Dcrnv, " .. Crown Cap, .;
tap, letter and
Of the best qualities, and. purchasina; them as we
do, dir ctly 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 4.TNE Lt & POUTER.
We particularly call attention to the Black Books
; manufactured by o. We are prenared to
i.- fill all orders for -
' Casb. ' Boob.M
Aud all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooks are al. done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we cha lenge competition in
this line. :- . . . . "
NEVINS & MYERS,
, 8 SO Rortb Ilieta Streel,
ROS AD AL IS!
The Best Blood Purifier ia the
D IS. LAW RENCE'S
A Staff and Certain Cure (and the
only one yet discovered) for
Scrofula In itm Various Forms,
- " ' ' -SUCH AS- '; ' i:
Counmption in it early stages, Enlargamen
and Ulceration of tit Gluds. Joints, '
Bones, Kidneys and Uterus,
Chronic Rheumatism, ,
Eruptions of the
Bore Eyes, ,
m "sr r ii I xj i s :
IN ALL ITS VARIOUS F0RMS4
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache. Liver Com
plaint, Pain in the Back, Imprudence in
- - Life. Gravel. .
GENERAL II.Ij ' HEALTH,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
Hood, Uwer, Kidneys & Bladder.
' Ti -l 3 : . V! A .rimMM A
bad tairt. and restores tue entire system to a
If IS PKKFKCTLY HARMLESS, never pro
ducing the sliRhtest injury.
! nnt a secret medicine. The articles from which
it is made are published around each tottle. and it
is used and recommended by ihe Medical Faculty.
1 . V. i : - . 1 .. 1 Lfls2l I'TVt'
and RELIABLK Medicine for Diseases of the
Blood Liver and Kidneys.
, fgP Used and Indorsed by the
lending; I'hysicians eTcrywbere It
: The following, among many hundreds of our best
citizens, testity to its wonuenut emcaon -
CERTIFICATES FROM PHYSICIANS.
Baltimore. Md March 4, 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "RO-ADALIS" to be
the BtBT Alter at vr in Use. and therefore
cheerluliy rocommend it as sncn.
THOMAS J. B0TKIN. M. D.
. Baltimore. February 10. laca.
Dr. .T.J. l.AMCNCle.
Dkhr Sik I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADAL1S as a very powerful alterative. I have
seen it used in two cases with happy results one a
case of secondary syphilis, in which toe patient
nrnnonni ed himself cured after bavin taken five
bottles of tour medicine. The other a ia.e of
Aminla of lnna- ta. dine, which is ranidl imorov-
ing under its use. and the iudicatinns are that the
patient will soon recover. I nave careiuny exam
ined the ti rmula by wnicu your Koseaa is is maue,
and find it an excellent compound of alterative in
grants. Tours truy w
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative. Ac. and take pleasure in
recommending it to the profession and the public.
A. K.MOORE. 11. D.,
L. A. ST1TH. M. D.,
1 J. H. WlNS l'EAD. M.D..
' . .. w.a.DCOGN. M.D
E. BaRNKS. M I)..
K. W. KING. M.S.,
- S. WOODaRI). M. D..
W.T. BREWER, M.D"..
Jannry T, lRee. ' .
1 herebv oertify 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,
Mayor of Wilson, N C.
January 11. 1868.
Rosadaliir will Cure the Wors
1 Canes of Scrofula Retsd the
" Statement Helow and Despair
; ' - Wilson CorKTT, SeptemberlO, 18CT.
Dr. J. J. Lawrenoe: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged five years, has been dreadfully af
flicted with i-profula nearly all her life. I tried a
great many physicinns, but without relieving her
much; in fact, most of tbem said there was no hope
of cure. During the last ' rrirg the wif worse than
ever: her body and limbs being cover d with sores
and blotches with face snd eyes badly ulcerated
and swollen. While in this coid'tion I was ad
ri?ed by Dr. L. A. rjtith to try your Rosadalis. I at
3no procured three bottles, and commenced giving
it to her. The effect was uagical In less than a
nnrtth to mr great astonishment, she was entirely
, ; nrs, with much respect and gratitude,
1 . . W. W. BURNET ,
Rosadalis Cures nil Skin Diseases.
' Wilson. N, C. September IS, 1867,
Dr. Lawrence; Dear Sir In 1862 my son, now
aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, wbich completely destroyed his
health. He has been afflicted with an inveterate
ml pTtremelv troublesome Eruption of the Skin.
sometimes breaking out in sore, &o. Rosadalis was
pres ribei by my family phjsieiuu.Dr. A, D. Moore.
Aftor taking it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely well. ,
Yours truly, ' .. J.B.DANIEL.
Chronic Liver Complaint Cured.
Thi is to certify that I was cured of Chronio Liv-
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after
having been confiued to my bed and house tor a long
time, anu iryins various ujbuii-iiio. wiiuuub nvoeui.
1 know of several others in this onunty cured
through the use of Rosadalis, and it can be founii in
nearly every house in my neighborhood, and they
all r.aiae it as a great medicine
Green County, Augoel 14, 1867. , .
Rosadalis Ism IoleatRemedy in all
Fbom G. W. Bloi-nt. Esq., Attornet it Law.
.-. niLSON. JOKTU CAROLINA.
I have been oured of Chronio Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deatness, ot t n years standing, by
Kosadalis. UxjU. W . JiiiUUA X.
Ros tdalis -will Cure the Very
Worst Ctses ot Chronic .
, : " Portsmouth. Ta, February 85, 1868.
Captain J. H. Baker : '
Deak Sir- This is to certify 'that I have been
afflict d with Rheumatism for the last five or six
years, many times unable to move, i tried all med
icines recommended to me for the disease, without
receiving any benefit. Having btard " Rosadalis"
highly spoken ot, 1 procured a bottle, and, finding
some relief, continued it until! am happy to say
that I am completely well. ...
I not only consider the Rosada is"a srvereign
remedy for RheumattBtn, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, nnd I oneert'ully recommend it to the
"afflicted." -. . Yours, very truly.
Wilson. January 7, 11-68. '
I hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawrence's
justly celebrated Rosadalis in my family as a gen
eral Alterative and Tonic, with the most satisfac
tory results, and 1 therefore conscientiously recom
mend it to the public as a medicine of rare and gen
uine merit. JaMES W. DAVIS,
. , .... Sheriff of Wilson county. N.C.
Rosadalis This medicine has met with an un
precedented success in ihisoomuiunity- (Japt. lia
ker, the polite and attentive agent for this city, in
fnrm ni thai it is next to imoossible -to suddIv toe
'demand made for il ; and that the medici e is effecti
ng some wondertul cures, ana sivine- arear. sans
faction to all who have used it Norfolk (Ya.)
Daily Journal, Xovemlitr 2S, 1867. , : .
pnriui nnlvbvJ. J.- LAWRENCE. M. !..
Chemist, Baltimore, Md., (late of . ilson. N, C.)
Price tl 50 per bottle.
aa-Sold wholesale bv all the principal Wholesale
a.l the larce cities of the United ntates
and British -America, and retailed by druggists
All letters oi inquiry sc., pruuiiujr nusno.u.
a .)..... ii.. l 1 i.AVRkNi;h ACO.. sole pro-
Srietors and manufacturers. Baltimore street,
altiincre. Aid " ' --
230 VlnJSt., Cincinnati, O.
n-Vfi, .le in Columbus by Braun. Bruck A(!n
Huston A Gardner, S. E. Samuel A Co . and R
Jones A Son. . , maylt-dAwly
Brigand Chiefs in Italy. TRANSPORTATION.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
aPi-triil aiuaXaUy -'
, ! EXCEPT SUNDAY.
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the
Iille JMiaml Sc Columbus A Xenla
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
A.M.. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead,
' Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Welling
ton, Gral'tou and Berea, arriving at Clevelaud at
6:20 A.M.. New York 7:00 A. M. Tois train leaves
- Sunday morning, not Monddy.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 5:00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. Thi
train starts fro it the Freight Yard.
: NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A.M. ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal
ioo, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3:66
P. M.,New York.nettday at 3:45 P. M. - -
, MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at M
P. M. Will stop at Worthirgton. Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and ShiL.h.
New London. Wellinzton. iraftonand Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at925 P. M New York 1030P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leave Columbus at 3:05 P. M. WW
stop stall stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:lo P. M., Springfielc
t0 P. M. Ibis train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M .. ai rives at Delaware at 8:10 A. .M.; Coluaibus
10S5 A. Al.
Pa ten t Sieepin fs Cars are run oa al
Night Trains to Chicago,
. New York and
tW Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
, RETURNING: . .
Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 100 A. M.
Cinoinnati Express arrives at Columbus at li J6
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9:10 P. M.
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Coluinbn
-at 10:25 . M.
Fare as Uw as by any Other Konte.
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT,
Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio.
Agent, Column s.Obio.
Columbus. May 11, 1868
REEVES' ; AMBROSIA
FOB THE II A. I It
' Improved I
It Is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. . ,
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully.' '
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to iti Original Color.
It brings out Hair on heads 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
physioians 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 & Co.;
Schieffelin A Co.. New York. sCHNT-moh27-dly
A New Article of Food.
It was M. Brillat Savarin, the celebratod French
Gastronome, who first said, that "the man who in
vents a new dish due mnre tor Society than the
man who discovers a Planet." Ine - - -
CACIO m ITI4CCARONI
or Italian nreaared Cheese Maocarbni. is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome aid piquant
comestible (convenient lunch) for the use of Fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
ana tor use in lieer E loons, taror sample ttooms.
lt is eaten on Bread. Biscuit or Toast.
It is t-uitablet"r landwicbes Inglese Isms ysr
tine di pane tondentro." Especially is it adapted
for those climates where the article of cheese can
not be kept in a sound condition for any length of
It may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash or
Stes-and -armed upon a stove, alter the can
bas been opened, it makes, without further prep
paration, a Delicioub Welsh Rarebit.
For Travelers and others, it is tar more reonom
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
The proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
it a trUI.
Send 5 for s avplk dozen H lb Cans, and rich
ly gilded snow card, securely packed, and ship
ped per express to any aidress. Liberal discounts
made to the trade.
N. B. The ( aciodi Maccaroni is put up in tin
boxes, and pecked in cases of two dozen at 8 per
case. -net oash.
For 8a e by all respectable Grocers and at the
Responsible agents wanted everywhere.
'All orders aud communications should be ad
'iHE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY.
98 Liberty Street, New York.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
No. 220 South High St.,
' COHIMIICS, OHIO.
1HAVE JVST RECEIVED THE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Goods ever brought to this city, consisting of
Enjrliiah and "
Cas slmeres &c,
For Gentlemen's wear, which I will sell at the low
est Cash prices.
AUo keep constantly on hand a well selected
READY MADE CLOTHING.
: - JOHN HUNTER. .
juM-dly 220 South Hieb street.
A. (WORD Willi YOU!
BRFAD'lit THt'sTtrip OF LIFE
yonr most important article of diet. The health
of your family largely depends upon its being
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
Would yon have it so? Then use only ;
a-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.-Sa
Whiter than snow : makes ' Bread always light
. - wnite and oeauumi isaea pound Dome .
. to your wife to-night She will be
" delighted with it.
Buyers of Soda should try our ' . ;
BI-WRBIIMTE 111? SODA.
V e suarantee it rot only fr surerior to any other
American make, bat even purer than the best jNevr
Cn8;lo or English Soda.
MANUFACTURED BY THB
PENK'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. B. SHEPARD. ,
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
: ,':": ' lNieW , FIRM. . .
T; SHEPiRn HATING FORKIED
a partnership, with G. U3K1GER, for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
0. 161 SOUTH HIGH STttfc'Er,
Would Tespectfully invite their friends and the
. publie get-erally to call and examine tne rfit e and
' well seleoied stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Shoe?, this day received di
- reel from the East, and which tbey are n .w offering
lorsale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing depar ment speoial attention is given to
! s CUSTOM MADE WORK. -'
' Repairinsof all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage. ' Plea-e give us a call. ' No trouble to
;sh'w "tids. 1 , , I f ... . .. , ;.
' Kcmemberthe place : N0..IC3 South High street.
.; - SHrPARD A HOKIUEK.-
Columbus. 0.. Sept. 12; 1868. tf
Cincinnati Railroad. TRANSPORTATION.
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
The Shortest i' Uoale West - ITe
Change ot cars to Chicago, Pe- -
oria ana iaaianpolis.
tt & . .. ' -,r c ...... ....
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot Co.
- lumbus, as follows t .
6. t r A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS (Sundays
III excepted.) Arrives at Milford 8:00 A. M.s '
Urba'ja8:53 A. SI.; Piqua VMB A. M ; Lima 121
P. M.- Toledo S.45 P. M.j Detroit 6:10 P. M :
rassenger8 by this train arrive at Toledo trd -Detroit
3 houri ahead of any other rout '!
1210 i DAY EXPRE -S (Sunlays ex-E-
AV e?,Ptel-) Arrives at Urbaoa iKK) p. to..
Richmond 4:35 P.M.: Indianapolis 7:30 P. ft.: Lo- '
jansport oao P. jj.; Peora es A. M.; Ga'esburg
8:45 A. M.: Bur inatnn a m - I :
yihe 1:30 A. M.: Terre Haute 110 P. M.; ilattoon
ll5o p7M.:.Spr,ngu..d, "u'inSl .Vo aV HVT.-
oy 12:45 P Al.; Keokuk 4:00 P. M. "
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis the next
mornings toon r alitad, and X.r points west
of St. Loais OSK TRAIN IN ADVaNUJS
all other routes.
K.OA P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
fJ.JJXJ PRESS (Sundays exceptedj Arrives at
Piqua 8:48 P. M.; Lognsport 3:05 A. M.; Cbicaso
8:15 A. M.; Indianapolis 2:05 A. M.; Terre Haute
5a5 A. M.: Evansville 6J8 P. M.; Matt mn 8:J A.
M.; Pane 10.5 A. M.; Alton 1:40 P. M.; St. Louis
8:45 P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.: Sprinsfiald. Ills. '
.05 P. M.: Quincy 730 P. M.; Keokuk 8.46 P. M. .
ijouisvine 7:40 A. n.: ivasnvuje bsw i'.u ; Mem
phis 90S A. M.; Toledo 6-J30 A. M.; Detroit 80
A. M. ' -t . , . '
- ' " NtWAND ELEGANT ,.. . .... t
Sleeping Carg . r ;
RUN IN THIS TRAIN i'O CHICAGO AND .
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON. ILL,
- 317 MILES. WiraODT CHANGE. "
Arriving at St. Louis IO hears and Louisville
8 hours ahead of any other route.
lO.A"; A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In-'-lifJtJ
dianapolis. and, Sundays excepted, to.
Chicago. Arrives at Logansport 8:25 A. M.; Peoria
6;5 P. M-; Chicaeo 10 P. M.; lndianarolis 7:10 A.
ai.; amw i.t'wo. m.; r.Tausvilie 1V.HU r. Al.
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.: Cfiro 4:15 A. M.- P,n. s-l.l p -
M.; Alton 7:15 P. M.; St. I ouis 8:10 P. M.; Lafay- '
ette 3:30 P. l l.nnitivilla A 30 P M . lir..k.:n.
40 A. M., Memphis 3:15 P. M. '
Passeneers by this train reach St. Louis 4X and '
Chicago u hours abead of any other '
route. J -! - '
State Boom Meojiinrj Cam
RUN IN THIS TRAIN
TROM PITTSBURGH TO IN DIANAPOLIS ! '
- WITHOUT CHANGE. . .
. - Call for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond ''
S" Tickets for sale at Unica and Piqua Depots, .
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket "
F. CHANDLER, Genl Ticket Agent."
J. M. LU NT. General Superin tendon :
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
Three Trains licaveColnmsns (TJn .
Depot), atatly (Sundays accepted .
2IIO A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS.' arrivin ' '
Zanesville at 4:30 A. M.; Bellaire at 8:10 A. M.
Baltimore at 45i0 A. il.; Waahington City at 506
A. M. - t
lUlO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS-irrivro. .
at Zanesville at 1:16 P. II: Bellaire at 430 P. M.
Baltimore at 8 20 A- M.; Washington City at
A- -M. .. -..U iv:
2:00 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
ville at 4:45 P. M.: Bellaire at 8:50 P. M.j Baltimore
at 4 .-45 P. U.; VY ashington City at 5:45 P.M.
S3 These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hours
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passengers hoi ling through tickets to Eastern '
oities have the privilege of
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
AU For TICKETS vis BELLAIR. -
JNO L.WILSON. Master of Transportation "
' L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Alt. "
may 8 '
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
On an after MONDAY. May 11th. 1868. FOU
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus
. LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND. IN
. , , DIANAPOLIS & CHICAGO.
Withou (change Of cars to DAYTON and RICH
- DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO.
. Connections are reliable as follows
. FIRST TRAIN (Daily). . ' ' -., , .
Leaves at 1:20 A. M. for Cinoinnati. Circleville
Laneater, Hillsboro and Chillioothe; stops at Lon-
ftnn Y.nl. M arm a m.nA l,w l.nl a.nvlna . . ,
Cincinnati at 60 a m. ,
(Daily except Sundays J
Leaves at 5:00 A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
u ;U m .1 inii.n.,iI',,.jik: - j ... . .
1 . 1 i .n ....... luui.u.pjiio nuu uuttHV, .UUBlup, Bt
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma,
Cedarville.Xenia. Spring Valley. (Jorwin. Jlorrow.
cionm L.eoannn, rosters, Lioveian . aiiiiord, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:36 A. M-, connecting :
with the Mail Boats..
. THIRD TRAIN.. '
. a j . ,
oxcept ouuuaja. .
leaves at 12:25 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton ard
rtprirgneid, via Aenia, arriving at uincinnnti ai -
6:10 P. M.
. FOURTH TRAIN. . ,
- (Daily except Sundays.) - '
Leaves at 5:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
- Springfie d via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London, South - Charleston, Selma,
Ce arville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar- ..
riving at Cincinnati at 10:00 J . M.
eplns; Car n all Nisrnt Train
" HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. DOHERTY. Agent. , . .
)HN DURAND, ) :
Snperintendeut, 1 p;,
. L. O'BRIEN, f01
Gepl Ticket AaXJ
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
FAN HANDLE ROUTE, .';;
n ana alter June 29th, IPS?, trains will run as
Leave. ' N. Y. Express.- - Mai' ' Fast Line:
Columbus IMA. M.. S:15 P. M. 1JS0A.M. .,
Newark 3:25 A. M. , S:50 P. M." li:3S P. M. "
Steuhenville.. S 00 A . M fl-4(l P M . s iki u -
Arriveat j ;- t ..-.
Pittsburgh ..Ml 10 A. M. 13:00 M. - 7KB P. M '
HarrUbirg.... 8 .-20 P. M. 13:SO P. M.I 80 A.M. i.
Philadelphia.. 1:25 . M. . 40 P. M. 025 A. Mi
i.vw iurn....;mA. m.. 0.00 r, SI, Jl:owA.al. "
B-ilrimore. .... :5 A. V - M P II n.nP Al
WashiLgton... 9:40 A. M.' 9.50 P.M. 48 P il.
rioston.....:. ssur. al.- 1SS0P. M.
E'ecant sta'e room sleeDina cars on all niffht train.
On the r ast Line the celebrated "Silver
day and uitht cars are run throueh from Columbus f
lu 1 iuiaieiiiiia anu pen urs wnnoui cnarge.
SEar" Passenirers by theSKW A. U. SuiirfivtT.;'. .r-
arrive in ew York atS o'olock Monday ntornmZk
an advantage never before ofiered.
. ' . S. P-SCULL., f
vi-ii 1 nca-i as i, Bieunenvnie. U.
W. W. CARD, Superintenrfert. fteubenville O
i- - '. ' I, : - H.B.BROOKS,
' "Ticket Agent, t.'olambu., 0. '' L
, JOHN B. PETERS, Agent, Columbus, O.i : "i
junelO-dly juM) . . . . , .
; WHOLESALE, GROCERS, ;;;
WJ.- BROOKS. : At,E3f. HOP8TOH.' WX . V. tlt 9
Cor. Rich i&Hlsxn 8la., Colunbua
Wholesale : Grocers,1
HEW ORLEAUS STJOABS' AND H0lA8SEf' "
Island Sugars, Coffee, Teas S r Ices. Tnl m.
! 1 T .T TT r 1 K i ... ,