RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
r3 jhowiag theatrical and deueu ture of trains at Co
wrabwe. Ohio. . Oa and . aft .Monday. May 54
. "83 kuu will rua a follow i V ji,- ' i. I
-i!(rwtTlaVav tjoranns c hb'h n. n ,
' ' 4 5 'MiTl.,' ' aMITS
jr. Y.aWestem Kxprsui l;lo A.M.: i.-w a.m
. New York Expre.-..,...11:10 A.. M. 15: le P. M.
CJ Mall and . xpress. S:S0 P. M. o:io P. M.
- - ftelawar Aooommoiatlon-i SH P. M. Ioas A. M.
f ' o. lAeoeoHaoaatios....... 5:00 A. M. ! P. M.
: , T Thi tralnleave Sunday morning sot Monday.
! eiOtES PATTERSON Agent.
ot ; IT' TjtJ I 'i " HATS.' : AltltlVE.'
. It urn. a. ai'i .- i mi a.. ..: ix:ao a. .1-
.notnnati Accommodation- o:ou a. m. u p, ja.
JSSS P.M., 11:00 A. Al,
i.i4i:;ii..'.i 6:15 P. M.' 1:55 p. b
JJU. w. uunwi I. Agent,
altlsnere V Ohio Railroad (Central
B ... -1 Ohio otTialon. " j
.Jl:10 A. M.' ' 4:45 P. M
Express MaiL,.... JW P M. 11:30 A. M.
A. . Smith, Aent. ;
tJoluutsnei tnlcaro and Indian a Cen.
i. ..!! i v. traiaallwar.
" Hiirht Express....
..... iji.iw A. in . :i. A. iu.
. A. in. 1:50 r. M.
Wiiura JCxorese. -w. iM F.H. P. M.
.Day Express........ ..-li:10 P.M. 11:00 A. M.
,i.".T ' in Hiu Agent, i
: aanduekr, uiHl ft Hewarh R.K.
' ' Traioa laara Hewari tai arrira aa follow . i
muht. ;...:..'".'.....:' a.m. s p.m.
Mail aad Expre......r.. .A.M. W
UauoaUnxpna ............ F.M. 9 46 A.M.
nttaknrm-n, Clnelnnntl ft
i Naw Tork tlal4--- 14M A. M.:
Lifhtniu Expros..... 111 A. M.
Mail and Kxprecs 1:15 P. M.
lkAnniaiin A MAkmm'wIfltffnn &0O A. M
11:16 P. M.
60 P. M.
tstO P. M
Haw York ExpreM ran daily. : Alt other train
ran daily, except Sunday.
OonoiACB Aeaommod ation itarta from freight
1" ' Johm B. Pxtbbb. Agent.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
' ' . AKKITM. OUMSa. j
.faatara Throacb Mail, a. J, r, Jf . A. x. r . it
Tia Steabenrilla and '
Pittsburgh UJO 1330 10-00 1M
Eastern Way Mail, C. C. '
U. K ,..rw-... jxau .... IZIUV
Brthwst, Tia Ft, W. i
J . C. U.C.U, K. B.
Cbicaa-o, Tia O. P. I. U.
Little Miami B.R., Thro'
Little Miami K. B.. Way.
V. O. K. R . Newark.
. Zanesrille Wheeling.
C. O. K-, Wjr
C- P. 1.. Through and
.... 11. -08
II JO .... .-: I
.... 11:30 7J0
1:55 11 JO :
TK 0 7;30
fcaat vt ay. National Road
let. Vernoa Way, Waiter
Sorth Columba and Clia-
ashington C.H Tia Har-
; nsoura. iui-kbbbi'
arriTe Monday Wed
Beadaya, A Friday, and
leaves Tuesday. Thnn
'dtn and Saturday....
Caatre Villaae. (tri-week-1
' Offic Hoctbs. Office open at o'clock A. M.,
and cloaes itmf.M. 8ttnday.openat8i A.M.,
and close at 8X A. M.
All Mail cloae on Sunday at SXP. M.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
The Timely Warning, or, a Fight
BY I. HARVEY SMITH.
? There were six of us sitting around
the camp fire. . i . .
,i We were sitting in an attitude of at-'
tention, for our guide, Jake Carver, was
about to tell us a story
: He took , an extra chew of. "nigger
Lead," and commenced : , . .
:"It wur about six years ago "that this
ere adventure happened to me... I wur a
toting a joung feller across the penury -to
Brown's Hole (Fort David Crockett
is its . right name) in course you all
know ; where :. that is. Wall, we run
about six miles, maybe more, from the ;
Hole, aud it wur pretty dark, sol con
cluded it wur best to stay where we wur
till mornin'. ". I knew ,here wur an : old ;
shanty near by that ' would shelter me;
not that I cared, you understand, about'
sleeping in the open air, but on account
of Hamlin; that wur the young feller as
I told you about.' ' Wall, we soon found
the shanty and wur nicely housed in it
in no time. I soon had a fire a blazing,
not to cook anything, but just for the
comfort of it.- Wall, I lit my pipe, but
the youngster wouldn't smoke,. 'kause he
said tobacco was pison, though it never
poisoned me, and I've : been smokin' it
- ever since I wur' a little shaver;' but
that's got nothin' to do witb my story.
We sot there fur a long while saying
nothin', when suddenly Hamlin says :
u 'Jake, wonder whether there's enny
Injins around J' ' . . -.
;.M('No,' says J,' laffin, in course not; .
what would enny Injins be doing around
here, unless they wur friendly ones? so
you 'needn't be afraid.' . He flowed up
at this: .... .. .
'! 'I m not afraid,'-he said, kindir
mad like, 'but I don't feel easy to night,
somehow. I feel as if something were '
going to happen.' , . . ., .
- ''Wall, to tell the truth, I felt-just the
same, though I didn't say so, for fear of
making him worse. Ennyhow, I deter
mined to . Stay awake .that night, if I.
had, Jo. prop my eyelids open witb my :
fingers, .i I felt of my rifle, and found
that the priming wur. all right. As I lay
listening, "I heard a sound as of some-,,
body outside, walking around the house.
I set up and waited. Putty soon the
door was pushed open, fur we didn't
have anything to fasten it with, and a
girl, stepped into the room, h I. was set
tin in the corner in the shade, but the
fire shone right in her face, and I knew
she waa a white girl ! . . , J i :
"She wur dressed like an Injin squaw, '
an'- had a rifle in her hand. She look-,
ed all around the room and then saw me,,
for she came right up to me and touched
me. ' " . -
".'Get up. she said, the Indians are'
all around y ou.' ' ' '. ' " .. ; -
"You'd better : believe, boys,, that .' I
didn't let time fly much before I awaken
ed Hamlin and told him. rr
' Where :are they t' he shouted; 'can't
we escapel , -
Husb,' said the girl, in a whisper;
they are not more than a hundred yards
off,, and they will hear you. Tour lives 1
depend on your silence.' -1
" 'How many are there?' I asked.
" 'Seven,' answered the girl. "If you '
can keep them off. for an hour, you will
be safe."' ' " "' ' " . 1
'! 'Howl' I asked; but she had gone,
and we then commenced to work at our
defenses. First I took, a look out of a
crack in the logs, and I saw the Injins
creeping up toward the hut. I said we
went to work, at our defenses; but, in
fact," the only defenses we had wur our
rifle's and knives, and one pistol that
Hamlin had. We cudn't fasten the door,
so it all depended on keeping them at
bay, and not let them get near the door.
Well, they cum. nearer and nearer, till
they wern't more nor fifty feet from us,
when we let drive, an' two Injins were
shot "The other five dropped as quick
as a flash. We Reloaded, and arter .a
while a redskin popped up, an I drop
ped Jiim, and just then Hamlin fired at
another- Th Injins knew how many
there were now of us, an' four of them
the other two wur dead, an one of
these four wur : wounded In the headr
rose to their feet an' rushed toward us. -"Aa
they cum in the door I struck the
first with the butt ;6f my rifle, but the .
7njin; who wur as limber as a painter,
' addtred; and the blW; ' fell on "his ehoul-.
der5. IThe next minute I was in a hand-
to-hand tussle with ,tbe bieerest one of
the' lot; As I rolled over An the floor) I
Caught a glimpse of Hamlin struggling
with two Injins, and. the other Injin, the
wounded one, dodging aronnd with his
tomahawk and trying to get a chance to
(lasu his brains out. 1 tell you wnat,
boys, I kin fight some, but I had my
match then. I could n t get a stick at mm
with my knife, but I managed to keep
him from getting a chance at me. At last
he Blipped and loosened his hold on my
arm a little, and I drove the knife up to
tue haft in his breast, and that finished
him. Hamlin all this while was fight
ing like blazes. I never thought there
wur so much pluck in the man. I sprang
in tue midst of them and drove my knite
right into the eye of one of them. He
gave a horrible howl and keeled over.'
"There wur still two Injuns, but then
they had the advantage, 'cause they
were both unwounded, while Hamlin
and me were blsediu' ail over.
"One of them had Hamlin down, and
the other pinioned me by the throat. I
shut my eyes and give up all hope, when
the Injin who had hold of me dropped
off, shot through the brain. I kinder
fainted, and when I cum too I found
that the room wur filled with men, fel
lers that I knew, well, and right in the
midst of them wur the purty girl that
warned us. . , .
"Hamlin wur purty near dead, but re
covered; and when we wur able to walk
around the girl told us about the way
she saved us. . . ;
"It seems that she wur a captive
among these Blackfeet, taken when she
wur a little girl, and that the Injins wur
taking her about fifty miles north to
another village, where she wur going to
be married to a chief." As they wur
traveling in the night (they were afraid
to travel in the day, on account of the
fort being so near), one of the skunks
cum across our horses. They determined
right away to attack us. . But she heard
of it, and cum and warned ua, and then
stole back and took one of their horses
and set off fur the fort, where she soon
found assistance, and yon know the
rest" ; ;
. "And what became of the girl V ask
ed one of our party. . .
'.'Well," -replied old Jake Carver,
slowly; "as she didn't have any name
exeept the Injin name, and that, was an
ugly one, Hamlin thought he would give
her his, and so married her, and they
live in Chicago, and I'm going there to
see them some time. - That's all; and
now, boys, turn in."
We- obeyed, and soon the camp was
buried in slumber.
In no previous year lias there
been such strong competition among
all the leading Sewing Machine
Manufacturers of this country and
Europe as tlie present. At all the
principal Exhibitions and Fairs
they met and contested for the Pre
mium on Family Sewing Machines,
and the result was unanimously in
favor of the Florence Reversible
Feed Lock-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine, It received the First and
Highest Prize as the best Family
Sewing Machine at the following
Exhibitions, viz.: Exposition Uni
verselle, Farts American Institute
Fair, New York; New England
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
It. I.; the New Tork State Fair, at
Buffalo the Or eat Annual Fairs
of Neto England, viz.: that of the
Mechanics' Association, at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and tlie Fair of the
Maryland Institute, at Baltimore,
which closed a four-weeks' Session
on the 12th of November, the supe
riority of the FLORENCE was
again confirmed by the Committee
on Sewing Machines, who unani
mously awarded it the "GOLD
MEDAL," the highest Prize the
Institute confers. ; '
It would seem as If this succession of trl-
vunpha should be sufficient to convince every
unprejudiced person of the great superior
ity of the PLOBENCE over all others ss a
ITaniilT Sewing Iacbine.
A written warranty is given to the pur-
chaaer, that the Machine WILL DO at.t.
that ia claimed for it, and ahould it fail, it
will be taken back, and the HLOSUTZ E&
nHneipal Ofllce and Saletreom, JTo. 28 West
Tourth Street, Cincinnati, O.
.' . p. McCONNELL. General Area.
j hua vuid nitn ran. wmno closed a. juimu.
Sept ber JSrh. 18R8. the FLORENCK received
the FIRST PBSXIUM lar the beat Family Sewing
mac times orer seven competitors. .
ii.nj . . : i . .... n i XI .
chines at the new Salesrooms,
31 East State Kt-, Colnmba, Ob to.
W. S. BROWN, Agent.
Jt3 AH kinds of stitching done to order, and
atisfaction guaranteed. oct8a d2m2tawtitg
C. X. BEICS. ' OkO. W. OCINN
REECE & QUINN,
Came and Oysters.
Also, all kin-Is of Country Produce, such ai But
ter, bggs, vmckens, t urkeys, 4 c,
Io. 39 Vnt Jlroadway,
' - ' COLUMBUS. OJBIO.
The choioest varieties of Fresh Fish received
daily. 49 All goods purchased delivered to any
pa t of the city free or charge. lootI2-eod6m
S. S. FINNEY'S
TRANCING ACADEMY IS KOW OPEN AT
Vnr invnnilM S,t.nrT p.mnn. f.m . .
P. M. Gentlemen's evenins class at AMBOS
HALL. 23d int., at 8 o'olook P. M. oct!4
THAT L4KGR AND CumiflODlOTTja
Brick Warehouse on the corner of North Pnb-
lio lane and Center alley. Being close to all the
railroad treigbt houses ia the ciiv makes it averv
desirable place for receiving and shipping freixht.
iur turtucr piufaiuumro. avytj lu mo uuaeralKnea
at Freight Office of the 0. C. 4 C. R. R
JAMt.8 rAl lJUiSU"!, Ag't.
Columbus, Oct 26,
oct'-'S-dtw r. - -
FOR SALE, v
A PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS, FIVE
V and six vears' old. verv handanm. Irinil A
sound . W ill be sold low.
aog-e-att HIUUAKU NEVINS.
. . .. O.
CHARLES C. BELLOWS.
P. L. BVJTLXB.
HAUI, BELLOWS Ac BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE - ROOMS
noe 816 & 8 18 Sntl Hirb. St.,
tlArtr evtenrtva Manufactory it at th loot oj
South Ptt(t, on the Canal.')
(Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They manalacture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, 0ININGR00M, HALL, AND
, . KITCHEN FURNITURE
of all classes and every design of superior work
mansnip and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
every description. Wholesale aud Retail.
V f&'0 RE N C gffiu
,1868.,". : -, AUTUMN.'-iu- ,1 1868.
UlUVlUllOli UUill Ul UV.)
Nos. 23, 25, Zl & 29 S. High Street,
WOULD IHIVITF. THE ATTENTION
of Parohasers to their unusually extensive
ard elegant assortment of
Extra Rich Black Silks;
Novelties in Fancy Silks:
Poplins and Empress Cloths;
, French Merino, aod Cashmeres;
Knglish and r'reaoh Serges; ,
Rich Lyons Cloak VelTets;
' Novelties in Plush Cloakints;
V elveteens for makinc Costumes;
Astrachan and Chinohilla Cloakiugs;
Superb Paisley Shawls;
- Cashmere and Broche (Shawls; "
Point de Gase Laces. Collars and Sets;
Harris' Seamless and Al-xaudres Kids;
Superior Wi terHosien;
Misses' and Men's Merino Vests.
IN THE CITY
House Furnishing Dry Goods;
Blankets, Muslinn, Linens;
Sheetings, Lace Cnrtains, Toweliogs, do., do.
Also, Trimming Satins-
ALL AT THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Merino Undergarment of all grades and quali
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses and Boys. Also,
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirt and Corset in the
GILCHRIST. GRAY CO.
FALL AND WINTER
TO BUY AT
Purchaser of Dry Goods are cordially invited to
call and examine the
JE W S T O C K.
DRESS GOODS CHEAP!
FANCY GOODS CHEAP
EVERT THIS G CHEAP I
118 & 122 South High Street,
novll-dly-aprlT COLUMBUS. OHIO.
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE!
HerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
SO. 185 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
A 5PPEB B NEW STOCK .1 CLOTHS,
rY. Cassimeres. Overcoating and Vesting, both
r oreigo and JJomestio. for J) all and W inter wear.
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will alwars find both our materials and onrwork
to be in the height of the mod. We shall spare
no pains in producing tbe most elegant ana lasn-
lonabie garments to be found anywbete. .
Of which a great part is manufactured by ourselves.
in tne latest ana most tasmonaoie styles, win al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
of the season, at vary low prioes. . i
GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS
la full lines, always kept on hand.
MJKt wr.inu, Duperintenaent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer.
W. G. PfcRKS, Foreman.
FALL AND WINTER , GOODS.
Ntf. 220 South High St.,
r HAVE XTJ8T RECEIVED THE
L laraest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
Mods ever nrougnt to tms city, consisting ox
iislieila and -. ! ' : ; "
' l)oHietio ClotltfS,
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will aeil at the low-
eat Cash prices.
Also keep constantly on nana A well selected
READY MADE CLOTHINC.
ju22-dly S20 South High street.
; WM. MONYPENY,
Forwarding and Commission
CRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUR, WHISKY, c. '
Mr T st Prices Paid at all' timet for
Corn, W Barley, e c, eto.
F FT C E t
Near West End oINat'l R ad Bridge
' COLUMBUS, 0BW. ' '
T. ALLEN. Agent .
WIAiIi CONT1ISUK THE COAL BUSI
NESS at his present stand,
No. 13S North High street,
nd will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, which he is prepared to sell at
the lowest market price.
AW Special attention paid to Shipping.
myW-eodtf ,4 . -
PRINTING. ,r-v; In
THE LAROE9T ' JiITD : HIOST COM
. ' PLETE '
BOOK & JOB PRINTING
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
tfos. 36, 38 & 40 North High St,
The attention the Business Public . called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment. '
We have in constant use
Eleven Steam Power Presses
I3EST AND LATEST KINDS1
nd our ability to get out worn promptly is
surpassed in tbe West- We have lately
' - made additions to our alreadv
LAHGG TABIET1 V
And we feel oonfident to satisfy all who nraygive
us a call. Our large fonts of type enable as
to do all kinds of
Jn the most prompt and excellent manner, and w
call the attention of those wanting anything
la this ins to the
That we have executed in th past year.
The reputation of this House for fine Job Printing
il well known to the business community.
Employing, as we do. none but the
Best of Workmen.
And having s full assortment of the
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE
We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
ALL KINDS OF
. . Railroad,
Bill Heads, Cards,
Circulars, Letter Beads,
Planks of an kinds. Checks,
Drafts, , &c, &c.
EVERY KIM) OF JOB PRIKTIKG
" Needed by the business public
We also keep on hand a larger stock of
PAPERS OF ALL KINDS
Than any other Printing House in the city luohas
(Super Royal, , Medium,
Jemjr, ' Crown Cap, -
Cap, Letter and
Of the best Qualities, and. purchasing them as w
do, dir.otly from the manufacturer, we are
enabled to do our work at eorreapond
i ingly low rate. We are Sole
Agents for the
CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
PLATNEK & PORTER.
We particularly call attention to the Blank Book
manufactured by us. We are prepared to
- fill all orders for
T-iedgera, - 'r " -
T ourn ,
And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These
ooks are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we cha lenge competition in
GIVE US A CALL.
NEVINS & MYERS,
):6, SS Sc 40 North. High Street,
. COWMBUB. , , '
ROS AD A LIS !
AM E HI CAN
The Best Blood PariGer in the
A Safe and Certain Care (and the
only one yet discovered) for
Scrofula in Ita Various Forma,
. SUCH AS
Consumption in its early stage, EnlargSmen
and Ulceration of thi Glands. Joints,
Bones, Kidneys and Uterus,
Eruptions of the
Skin, Chronic J
IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS.
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Liver Com
plaint, fain in the Back, Imprudence ia
Life. U ravel.
GENERAL ILL HEALTH,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
niood, Liver, Kidneys A Bladder.
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taint, and restore toe entire system to a
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never pro
ducing the slightest injury.
! nnt. qMntt meriieine. Tbe articles from which
it is made are published aronnd each b-ttle. and it
is used and reoommended by tbe Medical Facility
wbere-er it has been introduced, as a POSI I I Vi
and RELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of the
Blood iiiver and Kidneva.
Used and Indorsed by the
leading; Physicians everywhere it
The following, among many hundreds of our best
eitisens. testily to its wonaenui emc&ovi
CERTIFICATES FROM PHYSICIANS.
Baltimore, Md March 4, 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrente's "ROSADALIS" to be
the B.8T Alteeat VR in Usb. and therefoie
oheerfully recommend it as sucn. .
THOMAS J, BOY KIN, M, D,
Baltimorb, February 10, 1808.
Dkhr Sir I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. I have
seen it used in.two cases witb happy results one a
case of secondary syphilis, in which the patient
pronounced himself cured after having taken five
bottles of four medicine. Tbe other a ease of
nrnin I. nt Innff Ftaiidine. which is raDidl improv
ing under its use, and the indications are that the
patient will soon recover, i nave careiuuy exam
ined the formula by which your Koseda. is is made,
and find it an excellent compound of alterative in
gredieuts. teu"'R. W. CARR, D.
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative. Ac and take pleasure in
recommending it to uie proieasion anu iubpuuud,
a A. D.MOORE, M.D...
L. A.-ST1TH. M. D.,
J. H. W1NSTEAD.M.D.,
W.O.DUOGaN, M.D -E.BAKStlS.
K. W.KING, M.D.,
S. WOODaRD, M. D..
W. T. BKEWER, M. D..
W.J. BULLOCK, M. D.
1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with the above named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability and standing in this
community. T. C. DAVIS,
Mayor of Wilson. N. C
January 11, 1868. . j
Rosadalis ivill Cure the Wore.
Cases i Scrofula Read the
Statement Below and Bespair
Wilsoh Coijsty, September 10, 1887.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged five years, has been dreadfully af
a.,a1 ;th .ternfiil nearlv all her life. I tried a
great many physioiKns, but without relieving her
mucn; m iaot, most vi msm m mw, uu uvyv
ot cure. uunuK iu iw' k cu. .um. ,UMj
ever: her body and limbs being covered witb sores
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulce ated
and swollen. While io this condition 1 was ad
;..i h. Dr. I,. A. Stithtotrv vour Rosadalis. lat
nc procured three bottles, and commenced giving
it to her. The effect was biagical. In less than a
-nonth to mr great astonishment, she was entirely
urs. with much respect and gratitude,
W, W. BcRMETf .
Rosadalis Cures all Skin Diseases.
WH.S3N. N, C. September 15, 1867,
TV T .wrenne: Dear Sir In 1861 my son. now
sged five years, waa vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, which completely destroyed bis
bealtn. lie nas Deen amictea wnu u mvvwntia
and extremely troublesome Eruption of tbe Skin,
sometimes breaking out in sores, Ac. Rosadalis was
pres ribed by my family physician. Dr. A, D. Moore.
Aftor taking it a few weeks my son became aud re
mains entirely well. , ..
Yours truly, . J. B. DANIEL.
Chronio Liver Complaint Cnred.
Thi. i. in eertif v that I was cured of Chronio Llv.
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after
having been confined to my I ed aid house for along
time, and trymg various mwiau..- .nuuai waeiu.
I know of several others in this county oured
through the use of Rosadalis, and it can be found in
nearly every house in my neighborhood, and they
all caise it as a great medicine,
au praise a THOMAS THORN.
Green County, August 14. 1867.
Rosadalis Is a Potent Remedy in all
, Chronic Diseases.
From G. W. Blotjkt. Esq., Attorhkt at Law
Wilson, North Carolina.
I have been cured of Chronic Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of t-n years' standing, by
Rosadalis. OEO. W. BLUUNi. .
Rosadalis will Cure the Very
Worst Cases oi Chronic
Portsmouth, T J Taaruary 35, 1868.
Dbar Sib- This is t 0 crtify that 1 have been
afflicted witb Kheorrafistu for the last five or six
years, many times a table to move. 1 tried all med
icines recommended to me for the disease, without
receiving any LsLefit. Having heard "Rosadalis"
highly spokenof, I procured a bottle, and. finding
some relief, continued it until 1 am bappy to say
that I am completely well.
1 not only consider th Rosada is' a sovereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but I believe it also a pre
ventive, and I cheerfully recommend it to tbe
afflicted." , VouverjAtruwEBBj
WIL80N, January 7, 1868.
I hereby eertify that I have used Dr. Lawrence's
justly celebrated Rosadalis in my family as a gen.
eral Alterative and Tonio, with the most satisfac
tory results, and 1 therefore conscientiously recom
mend it to the publio as a medioine of rare and gen
uine merit. James w. Davis.
Sheriff of Wilson county, N.C.
Rosadalis. This medioine has met with an un
precedented success in this community. Capt. Ba
ker, the polite and attentive agent for this city, in
forms us that it is next to impossible to supply tne
demand made for it ; and that the medioii e is effect
ng some wonderful cures, and giving great satis
faction to all who have used it Ji'oroUe ( VaJ
Daily Journal, Kovombar 29, 1S67.
Prenarwl nnlvbvj. J ' LAWRENCE. M. 1)..
Chemist, Baltimore, Md., (late of n ilson, N, C.j
Price i super Dome. , , ,
rSold wholesale by all the pnnoipal Wholesale
Druggists in ail the large cities of the U mted states
and British America, and retailed By orugi.
Alt lotters 01 inquiry ao., piwvj
. j j i- i r 1 dp A CO.. sole pro-
Kietorsand manufacturers. 44 BalUmore street,
WESTERN DEPOT, !
230 VlrroSt., Cincinnati, OV,
SS-For sale in Columbus by Braun, Urnok A Co.
Huston A Oardner. Bi Damuei a v.o . and At
Jones Son. mayli-dAaJy
' THE GREAT ; j
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
DF"J.-7-s Xx-.ixis IDsaiXy, "
EXCEPT SUNDAY. ;
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on tea
Little Miami ds Columbus Ac Xenla
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
A.M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Gilead,
Gal ion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Welling
ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
40 A. M., New Tork 7:00 A. M. This train leaves
Sunday morning, not Monday.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 5 .-00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This
train starts fro jt the Freight Vard.
NEW YORK EXPP.tJSS Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A.M. H ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal
ion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington
Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3M
P. M., New York net day at 3:45 P. M.
MAIL, AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at t a
P. M. Will stop at Worthitigton, Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 9:15 P. M.. New York 10:30P.M.
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3KB P. M. Will
stop at all stations betweeo Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield
CS0 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 8:40 A.
M-, arrives at Delaware at 8:10 A. M.: Columbus
Patent Sleeping Cars are run on al
Night Trains to Chicago,
Kew Tork and.
w Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
. Niaht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:00 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 13:18
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9 10 P.M.
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Columbn
at 1035 a. M. n
Fare aa Low as ty any Other Kantsi
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT,
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio,
, . ,, . Agent, Columb s.Ohio.
Columbus, May 11, 1868. .
FOR THE HAIR.
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Bair toCurl beautifully.
It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Bair Falling Out.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It rescores Grey Hair to itu Original Color.
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
It baa received over six thousand voluntary testl
monials of its excellence, many whieh are from
physicians in high standing.
. It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealer in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells t Co.
Schieffelin & Co., New York. scHNT-mch27-dly
A New Article of Food,
It was M. Brillat Savarin, the celebrated French.
Gastronome, who first said, that "the man who in
vents a new dish does more lor Society than the
man who discovers a Planet." the
CACIO DI miCCAROA'I
or Italian mevared Cheese Maeearoni. is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome and piquant
comestible (convenient lunch; tor the use ot fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
and for use in Beer S loons. Bar or Sample Rooms.
It is eaten on Bread. Biscuit or Toast.
It is suitable for Sandwiches tnglese "Dun fU
tins at pans conantro."l fespeeially 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
btews and aarmed upon a stove, atter tne can
nas been opened, it manes, witnout inrtner preu
nsration. a Delicious W elsh Rarebit.
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 trial.
Send 5 for 8 ample dozen H lb Cans, and rich
ly gilded show card, securely packed, and ship
ped per express to any address. Liberal discounts
made To toe trade.
N. B. The Caciedi Maeearoni is Put no in tin
boxes, and packed in cases of two dosen at (8 per
case, net casb.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
KnRTtnnsihlii ajrAnta wantefl evervwbere.
All orders and communications should be ad
THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY,
98 Liberty Street, N ew York.
A WORD WITH YOU!
BRFAD IS THE ST IFF OF LIFE
your most important article ot diet. The health
of your family largely depends upon its being
LICHT AND WHOLESOME.
Would you have it so t Then use only
AS-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.-Ba
Whiter than snow: makes Bread always light
u:. 1 1 .:.. 1. 1 U .
WUlbO.UU urautUUI- 1 nnu . uuuio
to your wife to-night. She will be
' delighted with it.
Bayers of Soda should try our . :
BHMIIMTE OF SODA.
W e guarantee it not only far superior to any other
American matte, out even purer tnantue oestnew
Casae or xingiisn ooda. . . .
MANUFACTURED BY THE
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. HEPAED.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
m m. RHEPARD H AVI IO FORIflED
J. a partnership with G. H0KIGER, for th
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
NO. 16S SOUTH HIGH STREET,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public gecerally to call and examine tbeirfiiteand
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the East, and which tbey are now offering
lor sale on the most reasonable terms, in our man
ufacturing depar ment special attention is given to
. CUSTOM MADE WORK.
' Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a share ofpjbli.
pationsge. Please give us a call. No trouble to
Columbus, O.. Sept. Ia.l8-
M'COLM, HUES & MTOALDS,
NO i4 & W SOUTH HIGH STREET
& R O O E R W,
PBOPKIETORS COLUniBVS FOW
DER MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of
Haiard Powder Company's Powder. Agent for
th. sale of
GARDNER, PH1PPS t CO.'S ; . .
Celebrated Sugar . Cured Hams.
and dealers in
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
- w GROCERIES
in all their Tarietios, Imported Wines, Brandies
Cigars, eto. .. : iull-eodly
JOSEPH H. GEIGER
Attorney at Lawi j '
PARSON'S BULLDIH0, ' :.. 1 y i
auX-eod3ml y- COS.TOWjrBJ&BSTS.
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
La n tu?-
Tbe Shortest Konte West ITe
Change of Cars to Chicago, Peoria
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot Co
'., lumbus, as follows:
6. IK A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS (SundM
.tO excepted.) Arrives at MilfordS.00 A. M.;
Urbaoa 8:51 A. M.; Piqua 10.O5 A. M Lima 12.-01
P. M.- Toledo 3:45 P. M.; Detroit 6:10 P. M
Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo 1 z
Detroit 3 hours ahead of any other roat
10.1 h P- M. DAY EXPRESS (Sunday ex
1Z..1U ceptedJ Arrives at Urbana xKW p. M.t
Piqua 8:55 P. M.; Bradford Junction 3:15 P. il.;
Richmond 4:S5 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:30 P. M., Lo
gansport 9:50 P. M.: Peoria 65 A. M.; Gales burg
8:45 A. M.; Bur ington. Iowa. 11H5 A. M ; Louis
villel 30 A.M.; Ter re Haute 11.-00 P. M.; Mattoon
1:35 A. M ; Cairo 4:40 P. M.; Pana tSl A. M.; Al
ZllJS0..' J1', Bl- Lon 8:00 A. M.; Lafavette
llrtO P. M.j Springfield, Illinois, 630 A. M Quin
ey 12:45 P. M.; Keokuk 2:00 P. M. ...
Passengers by this train reach St. Ixiuis the next
morning 2 hears ahead, and fr points west
of St. Louis ONK TRAIN IN AliV.N(ie r
all other routes.
9ft Pj,M-i'H!CAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
(J.lS PRES (Sundays excepted.) Arrives at
Piqua 8:48 P. M.; Loginsport 3:05 A. M.; Chicago
8:15 A. M.; Indianapolis iK A. M.: Terr Haute
5:35 A. M.: Evansville 58 P. M.; Mattoon 838 A.
M.; Pana 105 A. M.; Alton 1:40 P. M4 St. Louis
5 P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.j' Springfield, Ills.
1:05 P. M.; Qu.ncy 730 P.M.: Keokuk 8:45 P. M.
Louisville 7:45 A. M.: Nashville 630 P. si : Mem
phis 9:15 A. M.; Toledo 6:30 A. M.; Detroit 8:80
NEW AND ELEGANT "
'-Sleeping" C a. r s "
RUN IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON. ILL.
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE.
Arriving at St. Louis IO hoars and Louisville
8 hours ahead of any other route.
1 0.AK A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In
Xi..JtJ dianapolis. and. Sundays excepted, to
Chicago. . Arrives at Logansport835 A.M.; Peoria
5:i5 P.M.; Chicaso 1.-00P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.: Terre Haute 100 A.M.; Evansville 10.-00 P. M.
Mattoon 1:19 P. M.: Cairo 4:15 A. M.: Pana 3:15 P.
m.; Alton 1:13 r. M.; St. 1 ouis 8.-10 p. u.; Lafay
ette 3:30 P. M.; Louisville 4.30 P. M.; Nashville
A.M.. Memphis 3:16 P. M. . . ,
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis t and
vnioago o a.un aaeaa ot any other
. route. , . ,
State Boom Sleeping Ccursi
RUN IN THIS TRAIN i
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
J7 Call for Ticket via Logansport or Richmond
S3 Ticket for sale at Union and Piqua Depots,
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Tioket
F. CHANDLER, Genl Ticket Agent.-'
J. M. LU NT. General Superinteuden
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE& OHIO RAILROAD.
Three Train Leave Columbus (Dn ' '
Depot), Ataily (Sundays excepted "-
2MO A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivin '
Zanesville at 4:30 A. M.; Bellair at 8:10 A. M.
Baltimore at 430 A. M.; Washington City at 50i
li:iO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS irriTins
at Zanesville at 1.-15 P. il: Bellaire at 4-M P. M.
Baltimore at 8.20 A. M.; Washington City at
8:00 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
ville at 4:45 P. M.: Bellaire at 8:50 P. M.; Baltimore
at 4:45 P. M.; Washington City at 5:45 P.M. . . ,
S These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hour
in advance of all other route to Baltimore and
Washington. . . .
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger) holding through tickets to Eastern
oities have the privilege of - n '
Yisiting Washington City Free,
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
Ask For TICKETS rla BEIXAIR.'-
JNO L.WILSON, Master of Transportation.''
L. M. COLE, General Tioket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Aft;
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
On an after MONDAY, May 11th, 1868, F0U
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbu
FOB CINCINNATI, L0DISVILLE, CAIRO, ST. '
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IN- .
Withou f change of cars to DAYTON and RICH
MOND, and only one change of cars to IN-
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO. ... . . ,
Connection are reliable as follows " '
FIRST TRAIN (Daily). :
Leaves at 1 SO A. W. for Cincinnati, Ciroleville
Lancaster, Hillsboro aod Chillioothe: stops at Lob- :
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving at .
Cincinnati at t30 a. m.
SECOND TRAIN. ,
(Daily except Sundays.)
L saves at 5:0O A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton '
Richmond. lndianpolia and Chicago, and stops at 4
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma,
Cedarville.Xema, Spring Yalley. Corwin, Morrow, '
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelanit, Milford.ar- f
riving at Cincinnati at 10:36 A. JL, connecting "
with the Mail Boats-. . . . i
. THIRD TRAIN. !
(Daily except Sundays.) '" ' 1
leaves at 18:25 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton aad
Springfield, via Xenia. arriving at Cincinnati at
6:10 P. M.
. . -' FOURTH TRAIN. '
'- (Daily except Sundays.) 1 ':
lieaTes at 5:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and u
Springfield Tia London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selma,
Ceriarville. Xenia. Morrow andLovelaad, andar-
riving at Cincinnati at 10:00 J . M, . , , . j , ,
8teepins: Cars on all Nlg-ht Traise,
' : ' " HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent, 5 , ,
' ' JNO. W. DOHERTY. Agent.
JOHN DURAND. 1 v : - - - '
w.l. offir-'H1 3
. .. Genl Ticket Ag't,; ' ' maylB - '
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAW HANDLE ROUTE. r ' '
un and atter June S9th, 1668, train will run a ,
Leave. N. Y. Express.. . Mail . 7..t T.lna :
Columbus 10 A.M. 1:15 P.M. 1130 A.M.
Newark 3:25 A. M. "8:50 P. M. 1J:3S P. M.
Steubenville. .8:09 A. M. S.-40 P. M. 1. 5:15 P. Mi
Pittsburgh ....11.10 A. M. 180 H. ' 76 P.M."''
Harrisburg.... 0:20 P.M. It 30 P. M. 6:00A.M. ..
Philadelphia.. 1: A. M. 4:50 P. M. SS A. Mi
New York.... 5:06 A.
Baltimore 6:45 A.
Washington... OHO A.
M. .65 P. M. ' 11:50 A.M. '
M. 630 P. M. , ltao P. M. ,
M. 1 9:50P.M. 45 P.M. J
M . H.-OO P. M--.
Boston 6:00 P,
r,iegant state room sleeping cars on all mgnt trains.
On the Fast Line the celebrated "Silver Palace-' - 1
day and night cars are run through from Columbse.
to Philadelphia and New York without change. '
- "" Passengers by the 3K)0 A. M. Sunday trala . J
arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never before offered. -
S. F. SCULL, v
Gent Ticket Ag't. Steubenville, 0.
W. W. CARD. Superintendent, SteubenTille. O. :l
. & B. BROOKS j
1 Ticket Agent, Columbu O.
' JOHN B. PETERS. Agent, Columbu. O. r , Y - i
junelO-dly ju: . . . , . ,
WHOLESALE GROCERS. .
W. . BBOOIg. lUl'. HOVRTOW. WW. m- . I
J. & W. B, BROOK8, )'
uor. nion High sHa., Colnsabua, .
Wholesale Grocers, 1
'" miLm in - - " "Ji
NEW 0BXEAN8 BUGAR8 AND K0LAESE
island Sugars, Coffee, Tea -Spice. Totacco 1 ; ,!'a
. -r',-.li.tii: i;Al 10 .t-s
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