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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
- Shewing tha arrival ami Ivmn f train at Oo-
ku. Ohio. On and after .Monday, )lu u
ea w tint will ran at follow i
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s -
Cle-rel.BteH CtMHfel Cta'ti R. B.
. imi--. 't .' tnm'
N.Y. JtWestera Kxptw.. 1:WAM, 1:00 A. M
New York Kipcwv. ...... .,11:10 A. M. . i:ig P. M.
Mail and rpress Si P. M. ' 9:10 P. M.
IliUni Aooommolattow:. tM P. M. lo ll A M.
Ho. Apooosmodatioiu, . . . . 5:00 A. M 6x5 p. M.
.' Taiatrntaleavss Sunday naming ant Monday.
J- V, wm-.; JAMES PATTERSON Agent.
Xlttle IHiavaal Celucnsus Xenia R.H.
r.-!j. '"' ' ' ' ' i. aRBITB.
KlrttKW ...ISO A.M. 19:86 A.M
Oiaclnnati Accommodation. M0 A. M. :35 P. M.
Express........ ......... .,19.-25 P.M. 11:00 A. M.
Express 5:15 P. IS P.HI
JNO. W. wOHERTY. Agent.
ataltlauere Okie Railroad, Central
Okie ItlTUM.
MO A '. ; , ; . '
rt. . ...'." . LEAVE. ARRIVE.
.Nlsrut Gxorest...."....,... M0 A. M. llr2S P. M.
Lightning Express 11:10 A. M. 4:45 P. M
Axpress Mail 140 P. M. 11:30 A. M.
.. . : , A. D. Smith, A.ent.
VelUBUsns, Chicago av.l ladlana Con.
x trail Rail war.,
-ui.f , . r '
i .-, mn. . . ARRIVE,
flight Express. .'......'.,.)9:01 A. M. 1:15 A. M.
A-oommoHattoa. .......: :45 A. M. 1 JO P. M.
Western Expraaa 530 p. M. ItOO P. M.
Day fcxprasa . ., ii-in p. M. ll:0u A. M.
- .is !- jorf,;G, AHuj, AgenU.
Sandusky Wnusflel ft Newark. R.H.
"frnlne leave Newark and arrive a follow '
LEAVE. ARRITB.
Freight 00 A.M. 9 P.M.
Mail and Express 1S.20A.M. 9.85 P.M.
llaaaaold fcxprees . S 45 P.M.- 9.45 A.M.
-tiriMi i i ts I. A, W . Dennis, Agent. .
Plltssnrfa, Cincinnati 4c fc. Leuis
.:;:.N: :! : ! RuitwayV. v. . :
'llilTl, ABUTS.,
t Ha York Express.-,- M A. M. 11:15 P. M.
.Lichtaini KxprM....,.li?iO A- M. 6KM t. M.
Mail and Expram 1:15 P. M. 11:56 A. M.
laneiaoa Aeeommndation 6MI A. M. 6 HO P. M.
i Naw York Kxpraos inn daily. All oth trains
ran daily, except 8nnday.
DanniioB Acoomuodation liarta from fraicht
yard.
. .... . John B. Pktkbp, Asent.
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
, AMWTBS. ' CLOSES.
'lartarn Throoch Malli. A. K. r. H. A. M. r. X
Tia Steobonrillo and -
Piltsbnrb.t..--..i.. . U30 ISJ5 10:00 1JS0
Xaitarn Waj Mails, CO. . , .
41). E .... 1230 .... E0
Horthwest, Tia Ft. W. A t
CO. J. O. 4 C. R. B. .... 9:10 T.-OO
Chieaco, Tia O, P. A I. U.
,. ll.dH.R 11K . .... 4:15
Littla Miami B.rU. Thro' .
Littla Miami R. K., War V:55 . 11 ....
V.O. K. R . Newark.
Zane-TiHe A Wheeling 1!:M 1K0 7.S0
C. O. RWay.. .... 11:30 Tao
,C- w. A 1.. 1 brooch and- r . .
Way , 1$0 11:00 ;S0
'CircleTille. Cbillieothe A
' PorUmonth. ...... ...... 4 .... 9KKI .... 730
Lancaster, Ohio .... ' W) .... fdO
Kast n ay.National Boad.: 10J0 .... .... 1S.-45
Mt. Varnoa Way, Waster- - .
Tills. Ae K30 1K0
ToTthOolumboi andClin-
tonTille 10-0 , 10
,WashinetonC.H.,TieHar- ,
rinbnrs. tri-weekiy I
arriToa Mordaya Wad-1 tl0 j.n
Beadaya. k Friday?, and f ,:00 7J0
learea Tneadaya, Taut. I .
days and Saturday!.. .. J
Centre Villaka. (tri-week-)
lyTnesdaya,tbarada7S llx. 11
and tiatnrdaya '.,'.
Office Hock8. Office open at 1H o clock A.M.,
anu closes at P. M. ijandays, opens at8H A. M..
and closes atX A. M.'
All Mails elose on Sundays at 5X P.M.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
Blair on Stanton.
- 1 General Blair, in one of his scathing
'speeches, the other day, at Mattoon, II
'linois, said: '
'''' I would like to see Edwin M. Stanton
' tried, and I would be willing to be the
! prosecutor. I will tell you what I could
'prove. -I could prove that Edwin M.
! Stanton was the Attorney General nnder
'Mr. Buchanan, and that when the two
' Senators, Jeff. Davis and Albert Galla
'tin Brown, made their addresses to the
- Senate of the United States taking their
leave of the Senate, in obedience to the
instructions of their State, as Mr. Brown
came out of the Senate door, Edwin M.
.Stanton, then receiving a salary from
. the Government of the .United States,
Laving sworn to protect and defend the
Constitution, holding on to that office, his
stomach filled with the bread that he had
eaten and that came from the "office he
filled, 'went tip to ' Mr. Brown, as he
came out of the Senate chamber,: and
jsaid : "Sir, go home to your people and
maintain the . position they have .taken.
Unite together, stand shoulder to shoul
. der, and you will compel these black
'abolitionists at the North to yield all
-the demands that you can make." That
' was the langaage of a man then in the
employ of the Government, then receiv
ing Lis salary from the Government,
with the oath still upon Lis lips to main
tain the Constitution and to support the
- Government of the United States. , He
.-. gives the advice and encourages and
y gives aid and comfort to one who Lad
. declared his determination to wage war
, pon the Government of the United
States., i , .- .;.
- I would prove further,' on another
count in the indictment, that after the
war had been waged for several years,
this man' Stanton took another office in
;s the " government of the United States,
- became Secretary of War, becoming the
,"most vindictive prosecutor of those whom
be Lad urged to go into the rebellion, and
that when in the changing fortunes of
7 war, our men had been made prisoners of
the enemy, and we had captured some
"of their men;' and that government, so
called, at the South came forward and
offered an exchange, this man Stanton
r refused it refused to snccor the soldiers
i wbo had been to the front and by the
chances of war had been made prisoners.
He refused it, although he knew they
were dying lingering deaths in the pris
ons at Andereonville and elsewhere.
Not only did he refuse the exchange, but
when the Confederate Government, so
called, came forward and offered to sur
render our sick and wounded without an
: exchange, he refused to take those men,
but let them die in the . Andersonville
:pri8on.;.lt could be proved, also, that
he refused even to send medicine and
- tfood and surgeons to them to succor them
frora impending death, although urged to
.. do so by the so-called Confederate au
thorities. - What, think yon, would be the ver
dict of our returned soldiers if some of
them should sit on the jury t Cheers
and laughter "What, with such proof
and I believe such proof could be
brought would be the verdict? I would
'. not, if I could, to-day, by legislative en
actment, reach this great felon for I re-
I gard him as a felon. I would not do jt,
- although I conceive him to be the great
:' est felon in America, because I would
not strike down that shield of the con
stitution, which covers all the people iit
this country," even to reach the worst
man in the country. But I would like
to see this evidence adduced, and I
would like to know what verdict and
sentence a jury would pronounce npon
him. Aye, I have a curiosity to know.
. I would like to see those two men tried,
because after the rebellion was closed,
this Mr. Alex. Stephens was seized and
, imprisoned by this man Stanton, and
put in Fort Warren, in Boston harbor.
r-And I would like to have the verdict of
" ajurypf my countrymen to see, when
Stanton turned the key on Stephens, on
i which side of the door stood the traitor.
Laughter and cheers. A voice "On
the ontside."J
A Tunnel on Fire.
A tunnel on the. Marietta and Cincin
nati railroad, situated above Athens,
I' Ohio, and known as Pilcher's, has been
' burning internally for near two weeks.
It seems that the tunnel was originally
I
cbnstihA'ed wltk -wood, and a large cav-
k kl.. t.' .1 1 1 3 ..1 T 1
v uu me arcn niiea wun cora-wooa,
to the amount of over two hundred
cords, because of Its being lighter than
lithe dirt of the' arch to support. , The
A ompaej had for Home time . been i con-
i l. i:l
I suuciiug a obw eioBO iruit wuica wag,
nearly completed when, , a week . ago,
the - wood-work caught fire- by some
means unknown. 'The- flames spread to
ilie cord-wood, and since -Tuesday last
no trains have passed through, thu pas
sengers : and baggage being trans
ferred ..I", over ', , the . hill. ' The
damage to the tunnel is such that it
will require many : months to put it in
repair. Meanwhile, the railroad con
pany has constructed -and is now using
the old way around and over the hill
that was in use for years befor the tun
nel wasTnade.( About two o'clock Sat
urday afternoon, a number of men were
engaged in the tunnel removing the de
brit falling from the fire above, when a
portion of the earth above gave way, fill
ing the tunnel with a noxious deadly gas
that immediately . knocked down some
eighteen or twenty men nearest the spot.
Help was immediately procured, and the
men were removed to the open air, where
all were recovered excepting two, named
Skidmore and McGee, for whose recov
ery all efforts were unavailing.
MISCELLANEOUS
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18 07.;
In no previous year Juts there
been such strong competition among
all the leading Sewing -Machine
Manufacturers of this country and
Europe as the 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 LocJc-Stitch Family Sewing
Machine, - It received the First and
Highest Prize as the best Family
Sewing Machine at the following
Exhibitions, viz: Exposition XTni
verselle, Paris ; American Institute
Fair ; New York ; New England
Agricultural Fair, at Providence,
It. I.; the New York State Fair, at
Buffalo the Great Annual Fairs
of New England, viz.: that of the
Mechanics' Association, at Lowell,
Massachusetts, and the Fair of the
Maryland Institute, at Baltimore,
which closed a four-weeks? Session
on the 12th of November, the supe
riority' of the'FI) ORENCE was
again confirmed by the Committee
on Sewing Machines, who unani-
mously awarded it the " OOJLD
I MEDAL," the highest Prize the
Institute confers.
1 ' It would seem aa if this succession of trl-
umpha should be sufficient to convince every
unprejudiced person of the great auperior-
ity of the FLOEENCE over all others aa a
Family Sewing Machine.
A written warranty la given to the pur-
chaser, that the Machine WILIi so ALL
' that is claimed for it, and should it fail, it
will be taken back, and the MOI7EY BXr
i rUBDED.
' Principal Offlee and Salesroom, So. SS Weti
fourth Street, Cincinnati, o.
B. McCONN XiXt, General Agent.
Sepfe bcr 5(h. 1B, the FLORKNCK receiTed'
the J"rSST PBEMlUHfoT the best Famiiy Sewing
Machines orer seren competitors.
. Hend for a circular, or call and examine the Ma
chines at the new Salesrooms,
31 East State St Colambas, Ohio.
W. S. BROWN, Agent.
3 All kinds or stitching dene to order, and
atisfaction guaranteed. oct24-d2m2tawTti
J. VIBNNOT & CO.,
GENERAL NEWSPAPER
Advertising Agents.
i. 133 fiaaaau Street, lew l'erk.
We bes to enll the attention of ndTertisers to
onrasenoy. Onr facilities with all the first class
daily papers in the country are second to none,
and we aro fully prepared to offer terms and con
anions a men cannot laii to give superior induce
ments. We slso send advertisements to all Cuban
ard 8oath American papers, with whom we bare
exe'usive eon racts We are the onW house doing
a .SPANISH ADVERTISING BUSINESS.
We un, by special permission, ref. r to
Mr. H. T. Helbbold, Druggist, 594 Broadway.
Kew fork.
Messrs. S. R. ViNDrzsa A Co., 1S8 Greenwich
street. New York.
Messn. Hall & Kuckkl, 118 Greenwich street.
New York.
Messrs. U. Bruce's Son 4 Co., Type Founders, 13
ChamWa street.
Messrs. Phalon ft Son, New Tork.
Messrs. I belon 4 Collkmdkr, New York.
Messrs. Takbant 4 Co., New York.
Messrs. Cbickkkiko 4 Son, New sork.
Mtssr. Katjwat 4 Co..New York.
O0t2U-eod3m
S. S. FINNEY'S
JANCING ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
NAUCHTO HALL.
For juveniles, Saturday afternoon, from 1 to 5
P. M Gentlemen's eveninz class at AMBUS
H A Lb, 33d int., at 8 o'uiook P. M. Oct la
FOH
A PATR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS. FIVE
V and six years' old, very handsome, kind and
sounii. will be sold low.
aug2-dtf BlCHARI) NEVINS,
BANKERS.
P. W. HUNTINGTON & CO..
BANKERS ,
Corner Broad & High Sts.-
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
febe-dly
r. BATDB". JOS. BUTCHI80N. W.B. BAT PEN.
HAYDEN, HUTCHESON & C(.,
ES 3NT IS. ES n.
I0. 13 S. HICiH 8'I UEET, .
lanSO-dly-r . Celnmbna, O.
PROPOSALS.
SEALED PROPOSALS
WI4 RE KECEIVKD AT THE OF.
fioe of the City Civil Engineer in Columbus,
Ohio, until
Monday, Nov. 3d, 1SOS,
at 4 o'clo-k P. M.r for furnishing materials and
rinin. the followinsr work :
For grading nd paving the sidewalks and gut
ters on intra street from nicaory auey m ior(n
street ...
For grading and paving the nnpaved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on Third street from f-onh
street to North Publie lane.
For grading and repaving the sidewalk and gut
ter on the south side of Cbapel street from bixh
street to Fair alley, and grade and gravel the road
way of Chapel street from High street to Front
' For gra'ing and repaving the sidewalks, gutters
and errsingson the south side of hich street in
front of lot no. o 01 isemsuu a saoaivision ot out-
'"rorgiading and paving the nnpaved sidewalks,
gutters and crossings on the south side of North
Street from Third street to Fourth street.
For building a double row flag crossing across
unj . v.-t th. west aide of High street.
For grading and paTiog the nnpaved sidewalks
on the west side of Sixth street from Town street
to Rich street. ... ...
The bid will be opened by the committee of the
ward in whioh the improvement is to be made. The
committee reserve the right to reject auy or all bids
at their discretion. . .
B. F. BOWEN.
City Civil Engineer.
City Civil Engineer's offioe. No. a South High
street, up stairs. oct2S-dtd
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DRY GOODS., A t"
1863.
AUTUMN.
186S.
GILCflRISiy GRAF&C0
Nos. 25, ZSt 21 & 29 S. High Street,
WOULD INVITE THE ATTENTIOI
of Purchasers to their unusually extensive
ard elegant assortment of ... ,
Extr Rich Black Silks;
Novelties in Fancy Silks:
Puplins aiid Empress Cloths;
French Meriooa and Cashmeres;
Knilish and rrenck rerges; "'
Ohamelion Epinglines; '
Rich Lyons Cloak Vtlvets;
Novelties in Plush Cloakints;
V elveteens for making Costumes;'
Astracban and Chinchilla Cloaking; -
Superb Paisley Shawls;
Casbmete aiid Broche dhawls;
Point do Gase LaeeavCollara and Sets; 1
Harris' Seamless and Al xandres' Kids;
Superior Wi ter Hosier:;
Misses' and Men's uerino Vests.
THE
MOST COMPLETE
r STOCK ;
IN THE CITY
OF
House Furnifhing Dry Goods;
Blinkets, Muslin-, l inens:
Sheetings, Lace Cui tains, Towelings, 4a., Ac
Also, Trimming Satins.
' ALL AT THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Merino Undergarments of all grades and quali
ties for Gentlemen, Ladies, Misses end Boys. Also,
a fresh stock of Hoop Skirts and Corsets in the
newest styles. . . . -
octf-dsm
GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.
NAUGHTOFS
: T O RE.
FALL AND WINTER
:DRY GOODS.
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
TO BUY AT
fj AUG H TON'S!
Purchasers of Dry Goods are cordially invited to
. . call ana examine tne
NE W S T O C K.
DRESS GOODS .....
FANCY GOODS
SHAWLS
DOMESTICS
EVERYTHING
CHEAP!
CHEAP
CHEAP!
CHEAP
CHEAP!
JAMES NAUGHTON,
118 Sc 128 So a lit nigh Street,
novll-dly-aprlT COLUMBUS. OIllO.
CLOTHING.
CLOTHING,
CUSTOM AND READY-MADE!
THE OHIO
MercbantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
XO. 185 OPERA BOUSE BLOCK,
Columbus, Oblo.
A SUP KB R NEW STOCK i CLOTHS,
try. Cassimeres, Overcoating and Vestings, both
1 oreign ana domestic, tor a all ana YY intor wear.
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION
Will alwars find both onr materials and onr work
to be in the height of the mod. We st all spare
no pains in producing the most elegtnt and fash-
ionaoe garments to oe iouna anywtieie.
EEADY-MADE CL0THIN3,
Of which a treat part is manufactured by ourselves,
ib the latest and moat fashionable stvlas. will al
ways be found en our shelves, in all the varieties
ot tne season, at verj low prices.
GENTS' FUBNISHING G00D3
In full lines, alwars kept on hand.
HENKV MKISci, Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer.
W . G. PtRKS. Foreman.
oct23-deod3m
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HUNTER'S
Clothing Emporium
Mo. 220 South High St.,
COIL, IIM BBS, OHIO.
XHAVE JUST BECEITED THE
largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
uooda ever Drought to this oity. consisting 01
French,
liUierliisli and
Domestic Clotbs.
2t.tjt3ina.eie&-, teo.,
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low.
eat Cash orices.
Also keep constantly on band a well selected
.sock, ot
READY MADE CLOTHING.
JOHN HUNTER,
ju22-dlr 20 South Hizh str.f .
COMMISSION.
WLt MONYPENY,
Forwarding and Commission
MEBCHANT,
DEALER IM
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OUK, WHIKY, dec.
mr T st Prices Paid at all times for
Corn. W . cariey, e 0.. etc.
F F 0 E t
Near West End. oINalM K ad Br Ids; a
COLUMBUS, CB1U.
fehls-deodly
COAL.
T. ALLEN, Agent.
WILL. CONTINUE THE COAL fJUSl
NE.8 at his present stand,
Io. 135 North High street,
and will tske orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCKING COAL, whioh ha is prepared to sell at
the lowest market price. .
. sr Special attention paid to Shipping.
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PRLNTTNG.
PRXNTINGh.
m 111
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ti;:HH . J.-
THE : LARflEIT AND MOST CORk
PLETI2
BOOK & MINTING
ESTABLISHMENT
IN CENTRAL OHIO.
PROPRIETORS,
Nos. 36,138 & 40 North High St,
COLUMBUS, OHIO
The attention the Business Publie . called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment,
We have in constant use . '
Eleven Steam Power Presses
OT THE
BEST AND LATEST KINDS1
And our ability to get out worn promptly is
surpassed in the West. We have lately
made additions to onr already
LARGE TARIE1 o-V
PRINTING TYPES,
And we feel confident to satisfy all who nay give
as a call. Oar large fonts of type enable us
to do all kinds of
BOOK - PRINTING!
In the most prompt and eicel'ent manner, and we
call the attention of those war ting anything
in this ine to the
ELEGANT SPECIMENS'
That we have executed in th past year.
JOB PRINTING!
The reputation of this House 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 asBortmeiit of the
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
We will guarantee the Utmost tatisfaction.
ALL KINDS OF
Mercantile,
Railroad,
Bank and
Commercial
Printing,
arcn is
Bill Heads, , Cards,
Circulars, Letter Beads,
Blanks of au kinds. Checks,
Drafts, &c, &c.
IN FACT.
EVERY KIIID OF JOB PMMIXG
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 such as
Super Royal, , Medium,'
Demy, - Crown Cap,
Cap, abetter and
rsrot Papers
Of the best qualities, and, purchasing them as we
do, dir-otly 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 ATIVElt &, PORTER.
BLANK BOOKS.
We particularly call attention to the Blank Books
manufactured by u. We are preoared to
fill all orders for
liedsors. -Joumfti
.
Sav 33 ooIlss ,
Oet-aala. Books
And all kinds of Blank Books now in nse. These
ooks are al. done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we cha lenge competition in
this line.
GIVE US A CALL.
NEVINS & MYERS,
S6, SS fc 4IO North lllen Street,
COLUMBUS.
HS t iWl,
MEDICAL PREPARATIONS.
ROSA D A Ll S !
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...ft....
THE GREAT ' '
AMERICAN
HEALTH RESTORER I
The Best Blood PoriQer in the
World.
DTI. LAWRENCE'S
COMPOUND EXTRACT
-0F-
- ROSADALI9:
A Safer nod Certain Cure (and the
onlj one yet discovered) for'
Scrofula In Its Various Forma,
- SUCH AS '
Consumption in its early stages, Enlargemen
and ulceration of tat Ulinds.-Joints,
Bones, Kidneys and Uterus,
Chronio Bheamatisn,
Eruptions of the
bkin, Chronio j
gore Eies,
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ALSO
IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMSj
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Liver Com
plaint, raiu in me dick, impnuvuro id
Life. Gravel.
6KKERAL II.C IIEALXII,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
flood, Liver, Kidney Ac Bladder.
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad tairt, and restores toe entire system to s
healthy condition.
IT iS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never pro
ducing the slightest injury.
THE ROSADALIS
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Is not a secret medicine. The articles from whicl
it is made are published around each b-ttle. and i
is used and recommended bj the Medical Faculty
where-er it hs been introduced, as a POSI 11V1
and RELIABLE Medicine "for Diseases of th
Blood Liver and Kidoers.
Used and indorsed l.y' lh
Iedine I'hysicians everj-vrhere ii
is k.ows.
The following, among many hundreds of our bes
oitisens, testify to its wonderful efficacv.
CERllFICATtS FROM PHYSICIANS.
Baltimore. Md Marco 4, 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALIS" to b.
the Bi-bt AltebaT VK in Use. and therefor
cheerfully reoommend it as such.
1HOMASJ BOYKIN.M.D. .
Baltimore. February 10, 1808.
Dr. J.J. La. bence.
Dedb ir I take pleasure in recommending. vou
ROSADALIS as a verj powerful ulterative. 1 bav
seen it ued iu two cases witb happy results one .
case of seeondaiy s.vphilis, in wtiich tae ptttWn'
pronounced bimel cured after havinit taken fivt
bottles ot our medicine. The other a ea'e oi
scrmula, of long-ta ding, which is rapid improv
ing under its use, and the i dictn!is are that tbe
pntint will soon recover. I have careiuily exam
ined the I- riLUla by which your hos-c'a is is made,
and find it au excellent compound of alterative in
gredienu, Yours truly, q M p
We know Dr. LawrenceV Rosadalis to be a safe
and reliable alietaiive. Ac . and lake pleasure in
recommending it to ibe profession and the public
A. I'. MOORE, M. D ,
L. A.STITH. M D..
J. H. WINS 1EAD. M. D.,
R. G. BA-.HAM, 1. 1) .
W.G. DUGGN. M.D
E. BaKNK.h. M. D..
H. W . KING, M.D.,
S. WOODsRO. M. D..
W.-T. KkEWER. M. I)..
W.J.BULLOCK, M. D.
Jannry T. 1868
1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with tbe above nsuicd Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability aud sUnding in tLis
community." T C. DAVIS.
Mayor of WiUon, N C.
January 11. 1868.
Rosadalis will Cure tlie M'ors
Cases of Scrofula Read the
' Statement Itelow and lespair
Not.
' Wilbon COUKTT. September 10, 1837.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest
daughter, aged five years, has been dreadfully af
fliAtAd with rrofula nearly ail her life. I tried
great msny physicinns, but without relieving her
much; in fact, most of them said there was no hope
of cure. During thejasti prii gttte w,s worse tuan
ever: ner oony ana umos oaing covera wita eorw
and blotches wiib face and eyes badly nice ated
and swollen. While in this co.d'tion 1 was ad
n.ait h Dr. L. A. Stith to try your Rosadalis. 1 at
)ncs procured three bottles, and commenced giving
it to ner. Tbe effect was loagical In less than a
-ncnth to my great astonishment, she was entirely
nrs, witb much respect and gratitude,
W. W. B-RXETf.
Kosadalis Cures all Skin IHseases.
WiLSJK. N, C, September IB, 1867,
Tr- f.awrence: Dear Sir In 1863 my son. now
aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to
DC impure wairier, wuiou vuuijirinij uwirnjeu uia
health. He has been afflicted with an inveterate
and extremely troublesome Eruption of tbe Skin,
sometimes breaking out in sore', Ac. Rosadalis was
pres ribs I by my lauiuy pnysiciun.ur. a, l. sioore
After taking it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely well.
Y ours truly. J. B. DANIEL.
Chronic Liver Complaint Cured.
THU is in eertifv that I was cured of Chronio Liv-
er t'omplaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after
having been eonnuea to my i ea anu nnuse lor amng
time, and trying various medicine without benefit.
I know of several others in this ouuotv curbed
through the use of Rosadalis, and it can be foun.i iu
nearly every house in my neignDornooa, ana tne
all c.aise it asa great medicine.
F THOMAS THOBN.
Green County, August 14, 1867.
Rosadalis is a Potent Remedy In all
Chronic Diseases.
Fbom G. W. BLorNT. Esq., Attobnbt at Law
W ilson. North Carolina.
I have been cured of Chronio Inflammation of the
bar and Partial Deatness, ot t n years standing, bj
Rosadalis. GEO. W. BLOUNT.
Rosadalis will Cure the Very
Worst Cases of Chronic
Rheumatism.
Portsmouth, Yju. ?jlrnar S5, 1868.
Captain J.H. Baker:
Deah Sib- This is 1 1 1 srtifr that 1 have been
afflict. d witb Rheurratifiiii for tbe lait fire or six
year::, many times (.table to move. 1 tried all med
icines recoinme-Hls i to me for the disease, without
receiving any leLcfit. Having heard "Rosadalis''
highly spoken of, i procured a bottle, and, finding
some relief, continued it until lam happy to say
that 1 am completely well.
1 not only consider tbe aRosada is" a sovereign
remed y for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a nrw
ventive, and I cheerfully recommend it to the
amioiea. I ours, very truly,
JAMES WEBB,
WlLHON. Jannar7 lAAft
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 satistao-
tory resuiLs. ana i tnerotore conscientiously recom
mend it to the public as a medicine of rare and gen
uinemerit. JaMES W. DAVIS,
Sheriff of W ilson county, N . C,
Rosadalis This medicine has met with an un
precedented success in tbiscomiuunity- t'apt. Ba
ker, the polite aud uttentive agent for this city, in
forms us that it is nexi to impossible to supplr tne
demand made fori': and that the uiedici e is efiect
ns some wondetful cures, and Hiving exeat satis
faction to al who have used it Xorfolk ( Fa J
Daily Journal, November 29, 1867.
Prepared only by J. J. LAWRENCE. M. 1'.,
Chemist, Baltimore. Md., (late of ilson. N, C.)
Pr-ce (1 60 per bottle.
AfaTSold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
Druzgiata in a.l the large cities cf tho United States
and British America, and retailed by druggists
every whrre.
All letters or inquiry c, prompriy answerea.
Adores. Dr. J.J. LAWRENCE A CO.. sole pro-
Brietors and manufacturers. 244 Baltimore street,
altiincre, Md
WESTEBN DEPOT,
230 Vin J St., Cincinnati, O.
49For rale in Columbus by Braun. Bruck A Co.
flnston A Gardner, S. E. Samuel A Co.. and R
ones A Sbn. mayia-diwly
TRANSPORTATION.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Graet Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
. . Train XDealXr,
. . EXCEPT SUNDAY. ...
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the
Little Miami Ac Columbus St Xents
Itailroads. -
ii
r. u , .
, NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
A. SI. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Uilead.
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, fiew London, Welling
, ton, OraftO'i ami Berea, arriving at (Jlevelanil al
630 A. M.,New York 7:00 A. M. Tnis train leave.
. 8unday morning, not Monday.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Coluuibui
' at A. M. Will stop at all way stations. . Thu
train starts f'o i, tie Freight Yanl.
NEW YORK KXPRi.MS-Leaves Conmbus at
: 11:10 A. M. ill stop at Delaware Cardingwn.Oal
ion, Crestline. Shelbj, New London, Wellington
' Orafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 31
! P. M.,New Vork next day t35 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus at S3
- P. M. Will suip at Worthi aton. Lewis Center
. Delaware, and all Stations to Shelbv and Sbil"h
New London, Wellinctnn, liraftnn and Berea. Ar
.riveat Cleveland at-25 P. M., New York 1030 P.M
SPRIMGr'IELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL-
AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3H5 P. M. Wil
stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arrivinr at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., SpringfieK
C30 P. M. Ihis train leaves Springfield at SH0 A
. M.. ai rives at Delaware at 8:10 A. M.: Cola uoof
1056 A.M.
. Pa tent Sleeping Cars are runonal
Nigbt Trains to Chicago,
New Vork and
Beaten.
e" Baggage checked thronsh to New Tort and
Boston, via Cleveland ; ls, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
RETURNING:
Ninbt Express arrives at Columbus at 1:00 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at MM
P.M.
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 910 P. M.
Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Col umbo
at 103S a.. M.
I'are aa Law aa few anw other Rente.
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT,
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio
JAMES PTTRSON,
, . ... Agent, Columb s,Ohio.
Columbus. May 11. 1868
'
NEW YORK.
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FOR THE HAIR.
Improved!
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Bair to Curl leantifully.
- It keeps the Scalp C'ean 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 rescores Grey Hair to iu Original Color.
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald fot
years.
- It is composed entirely of simple and purely vegeta
ble substances.
. It has received over six thousand voluntary testl
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing,
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in tbe glass), by Drupgists and Dealers in Faney
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells k Co.
Schieffelin A Co., New York. scHNT-mch27-dly
A New Article of Food,
(TrantlattonA
It was M Bril'at Savaiin, the celebrated French
Gastronome, who hist said, that tbe man wbo in
vents a new dish doe more tor Society than the
man wno discovers a rianet." ine
CACIO I1 3I4CCAKO."I
or Italian prepared Cheese Maccaroni, is now of
fered as a miwt delicious, wholesome a d piquant
comestible (convenient lunch) tor the use of ram
ilie. Baobelors. Excurfioiis (Picnics). Travelers,
and for use in Beer S loons, bar or sample Rooms.
It is eaten on Biead. hiscuit orToast.
It is -nitblefr Sandwiches It glese "2e fet
tine di pane eondtntro ." Especial!' is it adapted
for tbos climates where the article of cheese can
not be kept in a souud oonditiun for any length
time.
t may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash
r-tes-ani termed cpon a stove, alter the can
nas been opet.ed, it makes, witoout further preo
paration, a HEuic ous w elsb kabkbit.
For 1'raveler.Hand .tbers. ii is tar more roonoro
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
ted tteats.
The proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask
it a rn i
Send tS for a impi.e dozen M lb Cans, and rich
LT OILDBf siow card, securely packed, and ship
ped per express to any address. Libtral discounts
made to tne trado.
N. B. The t'aciodi Maccaroni is nut ud in
b' xes, and packed in cases of two dozen at $8
case, net easb.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at
fruit otores.
Responsible scents wanted everywhere.
All orders aud communications should be ad
aressed to
THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY.
98 Liberty Street, New York.
VKY-sp59-deod6mos .
PITTSBURGH.
(Natrona Saleratus
A. "WORD WITH YOU!
nnriD is thk t irr of i.irg
J3 your most important article ot diet. The health
ox jour family largely depends upon its being
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
Would yon have it soT Then nse only
NATRONA SALERATUS!
a-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.-CB
Whiter than snow : makes Bread always light
wniteand oeautitui lane a pound nome.
to your wife to-night She will be
delighted with it.
Buyers of Soda should try our
Iv'ATPl.ON'A
BI-Ci
Vt e guarantee it not only far superior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best .new
CasUe or Lngusb soda.
: - ' MANUFACTURED BT THB
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
(
. PITTSBURGH, PA.
VNT-auglO-eodly-r
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. B. . BEFABD.
O. HOKIGER.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW FIRM. .
TS. SHEPARIl HATIX6 FORDIED
a partnership with G. HOKIGER. for
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade
XO. 163 SOUTH HIGH STttUEr,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public generally to call and examioe tbernt:e and
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Sboes, this day received di
rect troni the East, and w hich 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 of public
patronage. Please give us a call. No trouble to
show goods.
Remember th. PpHjrt.
Columbus. O., Sept. M. 1868. dtf
GROCERS.
II'COLM, MILES & M'DOXALDS,
NO; l & IS SOUTH HIGH STREET
O R O O E R ,
PFO'tlETORS COLCnBD!! POW
DI I HAGaZINK, and agents for the sale
Hi lard .'owder Companj's Powder. Agents (or
'hi tale of
, GARDNER, FHIFPS'-A CQ.'S
Celebrated Sugar Cured Hams,
and dealers in
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GROCEKIES
in all their varieties. Imported Wines. Brandies
Cigars, etc if - - lull-eodlr
JOSEPH H. G-EIG-ER
Attorney at -Iaw, '
PARS0ITS BUILDING,
BUiS6-eod3ml COB. TO WIT it BIOS STS.
TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
Xlae Shortest Monte West 1m
Chang". or Cars to ChtcaKa, pe.
oria and ledlanupolis.
FOUR TBAIKS DAILY leave Union Depot Co-
T 1 1UIAJUU0, U 1UIIUWB i
G.ifT A. M. TOLKDU EX PRESS TSnndays
it : excepted.) arrives at Minors 8 04 A. M.:
Wbana8:53 A. M.; Piqua 10.-0S A. M : Lima lz.-Ol
P. si. Toledo 3:15 r. at.; Detroit e:lo r. M
Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo
Detroit S laeurs ahead of auy other rout
1m P- OkX EXPBB H (Sunrays ex.
lii.lU aenixl.l AirirH it Urbsns IM P. ti .
PiquaS:55P. M-; Bradford -Jnnotioi 3.15 P. !..
Riohmond 4:95 P.M : Indianapolis 7:30 P. M., Lo
gansport VxM) P M Peor a S2(S A. M.: Galeabara
8:4S a. M.; Bur ingtou. Iowa. A. M : Louis
yil e 1:30A. M : Terre Haute 110 P M.: Mattoon
A. M i Cairo p. h ; Pana till A. M.; Al
.r'C;"-J" :. I- Liouis smi . iata'ette
IKt P. M.: SDiinafield. uiinm. a -in a. u . .1.. n
ey 11:45 P M ; KeokukS:0u P. u. "' '
rasensers Dy tbis train reach St. Louis the next
momma 2 ll a n ra si lie a .1 .n,i r . .:.. ,
of St. Louis ONifi TRAIN IN ADVaNCK of
all other routes.
.V2ft Sui1-.!000 AND 8T- L0UIS kx-
tJ.j-J PRES (nundays exeeoted.) Arrives at
riaua8:48P. M Loansinrt S:05 A. M., i;n;..n
8:1ft A. M.; Indianapolis Ur05 A. M.: lerre Haute
5:35 A. M.: Evansvilie P. M.; Matt ion 88 A.
Al.: Pan 10:05 A. M.: Alton lrW P St.- St. Inl.
:45 K. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.: Sprinefi-ld, Ills.
P. M.: Qumcy 7.20 P. M.; Keokuk 8.45 K M.
Louisville 7:45 A. M : Nashville 630 p.M ; Mem
phis 9:15 A. Toledo 50 A. M.; Detroit 8:30
A. M.
. . NtW AND ELEGANT
Sleeping Cars
BUN IN THIS TRAIN 10 CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON. ILL.
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE.
Arriving at St. Louis lO hears and Ivni;ila
8 hours ahead of any other route.
19iT A- M NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In
l.yJO dianapolis. aud, Sumlayi exoepted, to
Cb'oago. Arrives at Logansport 8.-36 A.M.: Peoria
6:15 H. M.j t'hicaao ISM) P. m.: Indianaio'is 7:10 A
M.; Terra Haute 10:0 A.M.; Evansvilie 1040 P. M.
Mattoon 1:19 K M Cirn 415 A P.n. a.is P
M.; Alton 7:15 P. M.j St. i ouis 8:10 P. M - Lafay
ette 2:30 P. M.; Louisville 4.3 P. M.: Nashville
4:00 A. M., Memphis 3:16 P. MV
Passcnsers by this train reaoh St. Louis 1 and
Chicago U hears akat of any other
route.
Stat Boom rleeplng Cars
RUN IN THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
WITHOUT CHANGE.
Call for Tickets via Logans port or Richmond
AsT" Tickets for sale at Llnii.n anil Pinn. I l.nl.
Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket
Offioes. .
. F. CHANDLER, Genl Ticket Agent.
J. M. LUNT. General Superintenden
NEW TIME EAST.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
i
RAILROAD.
Three Trains Leave Colnsnbna (Un
Depot), stall jr iSnndays fcxcepled ,
8MO A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivin
Zaneaville at 4 30 A. M.; Bellaire at 8:10 A. M.
Baltimore at 4:20 A. M.; Washington City at SUS
A. M.
ttMfl A M I.TMTTTINfJ TTTPP.VaAl-.
at Zanesville at 1:16 P. Jl : Bellaire at t-30 P. M.
Baltimore at 8 20 A- M.; Washington City at
A. M. ...
s:0O P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
vill. at 4:45 P. M.; Bellaire at 8 AO P. M.: Baltimore
at 4:45 P. M.; Washington City at 5:45 P.M. . . i .
B3. These trains are from TWO to EIGHT bonis
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Washington.
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger' hoi ling through tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of
Fi&iting Washington City Free,
of
No Change of Cars atQhlo River
AsU For TICKETS Tin BELLAIR.
' . . - .
JNO L. WILSON. Marter of Transportation
L. M. COLE, General Tiohet Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Alt.
may!8 -
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
J
On an after MONDAY. May 11th, 1868, FOU
TRAINS DAILY wlU leave Columbus
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ST.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND. IS.
DIANAPOLIS s CHICAGO.
Without change of ears to DAY TON and RICH
MON 1), and only one change of ears to IN
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO. . . ,
Connections are reliable as follows
. FIRST TRAIN (Daily). '
Leaves at 1:?0 A. M. for Cincinnati. Cireleville
Lancaster, Hilleboro and Chillioothe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a t
Cincinnati at 60 a. m. -
SECOND TRAIN. ' " " ' ' e
(Daily except Sundays J '
Laves at StOO A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
Riohmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, andstops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston. Selma,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow.
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelan Milford, ar
riving at Cinoonati at 10:36 A. M., connecting
with the Mail Boats.
THIRD TRAIN. :.
(Daily except Sundays.)
leaves at 12:25 P. M for Cincinnati, Dayton e4
Sprirgficld, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6U0 P. M.
- FOURTH TRAIN.
(Daily except Sundays.)
Iieaves at 6:15 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton and
Springfie d via London, stopping at Alton, West
' Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selma,
, Ceoarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:00 J . IL,
Sleeping; Cars en sill Itlfht Trains,
HENRY BROOKS. Tieket Agent,
JNO. W. DOHEKTY. Agent.
JOHN DDR AND,
V
V.L.0N?DdeUt'Ci-8iBtt-
Uep'I XicgetAg-.y . ,
mayl8
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
.
PAN HiHDLB ROUTE.
un ana after June 39th, W. trains will run a
follows: -Leave.
, N. Y. Express. Mail . past Line
Columbus 2:00 A. M. 7:15 P.M. 11 SO A. M
Newark. 8:25 A.M. 8:50 P. M. H:S5 P. M
Steubenville.. .8:00 A.M. 8.-40P.M. 5:16 P.M.
Arrive at
Pittsburgh ....11.10 A.M. KM M. . 7KKP.M
Harrisburg.'... 9:20 P. M. 12:20 P. M. ' 6:00 A. M,
Philadelphia.. 1:5 a. M. 40 P. M. ' 06 A. Mi
New York.... 6;U0 A. M. 6:55 P. M. 11:60 A. M.
Bltimore fl:4S A. M. 6:20 P. M. 12:30 P. M.
WasbiLgton... M0 A. M. P. M. ; 46 P. M.
Boston 6:00 P. M 12KW P. M.
E'esant sta'e room sleeping cars on all night trams.
On the fast Line tbe ceiebrated Silver Palace'
dav and niaht cars are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia and New nrk without change. .
ST Passengers by the 20 A. M. Sunday train
arrive in k.s YorkatS o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never before ofiered. g0TJLL ,
. . Gent Ticket AgH, Steubenville, b.
W. W. CARD. Superintendent, teubenville. O
H. B. BRnOKS,
Ticket Agent. Colnmbua. 0.
JOHN B. PETERS, Agent. Columbus. O.
jnneio dly juMO '
WHOLESALE GROCERS.'
W. B. BB00E8. ALEX. HOUSTON. VK. B. SL
j. jt w. ii . mtooKs,
Cor. Rlcbi AHIh Sts., Colnmbna,
Wholesale Grocers.
BEALER8 IN . ,
NEW ORLEANS ETJGAB8 AND K0LASSE
Island Sugars. Coffee, Teas Spices, Tobaccos.
lAioxjons, .,o.
f eb6-ly
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