RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
toTas aU7ii f iT - ou"'. i
Vrk ftWprese.. ll-JO A.B. ..1i:p SI
'fJ,U : P. M. 0:10 P. M.
ll.iaw-ar. AoooQimodaiioB- 8:06 P. M ioas A. MJ
JSo. 1 Accommodation.. . 5.-00 A. M. , 816 P. MJ
This train leaves Sunday morninc not Monday
lf! .t-?Kl i JAME3 PATTERSON Aaaat.
, tilttl Hiami at OtluitaiA Xenia R.R.
Night Express...;. 1:90 A. M. TfeSSA.M
vinsannau AMUUMMlot. 5:0a A. M. ads r. M
T .1 II . 1I4JL P If 11 IVI A U
Kxpreaa.. .........,.:.... 6:13 P. M. 'lis v'.yA
k. JfJ. W. iUHKKTI. Agent.
attlacn Ohio RtllMM, Central
l VkW MTMIM. :
Wlaht Express :10 A. M. ' 1145 P. H.
Lightning Express. .11:10 A. M. 4:45 P. Ml
Express JUit- M. 1130 A. M.
f j j i , ,-. A. I). SifiTH, Afcent. i
(tolaakui Chicago and Indiana Cen-
. !' ,.:.MlMlllWlTi . j
" '. LBATB.-" ' ABBITBj
Night Iihm ,....14:05 A. M. r 3:15 A. U.
Accommodation 6:46 A. M. 1:50 P. M.
Western Express 540 p. M." TOO p. M.
Dtr ii)rw...iii.. .....nao p, m. 110 a. m.
ii v . ..... O. At Hill, Agent. I
Tt Blanat laid Ntwark. R.R.
( Tt1m leave Newark and arrive as follows-
ftn..i.,:. BOO A.M. tSP.Mj
Mall and Express 10.M A.M. B.SS P.M.
-Maeafteld Axpros ............ 8.46 P.M. 9.46A.M.
t .... m r -,. A.W.DtUiNU.Agent. i
.tUtar(B( ClBclnaatl ft fct. I,onia
H t'tl Itl-'il'-: it ! I
, ... LBATB. , ABKtTB
New York Express IrSO A. M. 11:15 P. M.
Lightning Express 1130 A.M. 6:00 1. M.
jaeil and Express ........ . 1:15 P. M. - 11:66A.M.
- Veonisea Aeeoma-edatlon tM A.M. e0 P. M .
.New York Express run daily. All other trains
ran daily, except Snpdey.
Dennison Accommodation starts from freight
:yanL - -.4
- : John B. Pbtkiu, Agent.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
A.M. P. M.
A. X. T. X
. faatara Ttroiirt Maiii,
' v Tia StaabanTille and
XytorrWay MaUa. V. C.
. ITorthireat,' Via fC W"." A
CO.C.C. AO. R. B.
CkiOMro, Tia C. P. A i. 0.
. Little Miami B.R.. Thro' j
1230 .... ISM
tao .... t.-OO
1:SS 11J0 ....
1330 150 7.30
30 730 ....
70 11:00 7;30
fl0 .... 730
80 .... 7:30
. .... . .... -. 10
.... v 730
- - ).,..)
Aiittie jniaml B. K., bt ....
C. O. 'K. B.. Newark. ,
; Zaneerille k Wbeeliug. . ....
C U. R Way... .. ...... .
C- C A I.. Through and
i' ' ay . ... ........ ....
Cireieviiie, Chillieothe A
liaoeaater, Ohio ....
at n ay, National BoaaV-1030
Mt. Veraoa Way,WeiVeT
Tille. ......... 1C30
1) orth Colnmbaa and C'lin
V ' tanvilla
arrirea Moedaya Wed-1
Beedaya, A Fridaye, and i
leave Tneedaya, Thore-1
aya and batardaya.... j .
. Centre Tillage. (tri-weeV-l
- lyJTnesdayi.Tharadays !
and etaroayi )
t Orrica Hong. Office open at 7X o'clock A. M
and close at 7H M. Sunday, open at8A.M..
ad cloee at X A. il.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
Cars m Plowing An item of im
portance of plowing ia to see before be
ginning if there be any defect in the
oriace of the ground that can be modi-
fied or corrected. . . . ' ,
In the commonly adopted coarse of
plowing ronnd and round, a rise on the
outer edge is produced, and a depression
in the centre, which in many cases, lays
the, foundation of a ruinous "wash" and
in 'pieces of fine level land we see deep
depressions created that hold the surface
water, making a "mire" that drowns out
the seed sown there. Starting in the
Center and plowing "back furrows," is an
ample and simple remedy for this, which
from mere thoughtlessness, is seldom
done."- 5-ti . .; . -" : : :. . . , :
yr . Jn finishing off the field, leave a strip
oil the sides equal to the width of the
ji?'turn rows'' or "headlands,' and plow
round the entire field, and it will have a
clean,, neat,; finished appearance. . In
eases where this course was impossible,
we have seen potatoes put in, or clover
seed sown, which often cante in well for
"green bite" in summer during hard
l,work. Ex. , .
: Feeding Soft Corn -to Hogs. The ,
frost cut our corn this season badly, and
aa we . had quite a number of hogs to
feed, and no cattle, and as all the old
fanners told me "that soft corn was good
for nothing for hogs, but was first rate
feed for cattle that I had best Bell my
togs and buy cattle to eat my sixty
acres of soft corn ;". I thought I would
ascertain ' whether this was true or not.
I weighed six pigs in one pen that
weighed 770 pounds, and six in another
that weighed 778 pounds. I weighed
but 200 pounds of com meal, and fed it
..to.'the pigs weighing 770 pounds. .It
lasted them six days, when we weighed
them ' again : and they . weighed 803
pounds. - To the six weighing 778
pounds, we fed in the same time fifteen
Dushels of ears , of soft corn, and weighed
them, and they weighed 831 pounds.
lrEach lot was fed regularly, five times
J" er day, all they would eat clean. The
ot fed on meal gained 33 pounds in six
days ; the lot fed oh soft corn, 53 pounds
in the same .time. , ' ' ; ;
I had in another pen two pigs that I
had' weighed ; fifteen days before ; one
153, and the other 178 pounds,
These had been fed soft corn exclusively.
I do not know how much corn they had
''eaten, but they gained 34 pounds- each,
in fifteeen days, on soft corn. I do not
know but soft corn is better for ; cattle
than for hogs; but if I live'.. I intend to
raise some another season for hogs. -Cor:
Cultivator. ' J u : ;
aJifjrxTHBTocarisrPASTCRE. I no-
ticed, some time ago, a good deal written '
about keeping a mixed stock on pastures. ;
As I have been a keeper of stock from
very early yonth until : now, I venture
.to give my opinion. ' And first, I have '
found that sheep do very well among
cattle, but cattle do badly amongst sheep.
To prove it, let the farmer take the fod- ;
der left by the cattle', even when part of
it has been trodden under their feet, and '
if the sheep are not fully fed, they will -see
the sheep eat it np very greedily ;
then let them take what his sheep leave
and offer it to his cattle, and he will find
they won't taste it, if they can get any
thing else J'or let him turn his milch
cows into a sheep- pasture, and he will y
find them to fail in milk. ' J ; r - ' I
Cattle "do very well where horses
pasture. In proof of this, every farmer .
must haveTseen that cattle will eat the ;
litter ' of horses, even if fully fed, but ,
torses won't eat what cattle leave, unless
compelled to do so. But horses and
sheep will do well in some pastures, es-',
"pecially the horses. To prove this, let
the farmer turn out the sheep from their
turn in IU horses, and they will
eat all the sheep have left,, even the-
Modern Women as Seen at Saratoga.
.... togm. .
[From the Revolution.]
I .see fev in this multitude of women
who would not repel the' insinuation of
strong-minded.' I watched one person'
for weeks with anxious eye. Her lank
flaxen hair, and spectacles surmounting
a pulpy, Spurgeon nose, seemed to de
1 note the Freedman's missionary. ' Her
Pre-Raphaelite shoes, following the ex
act form of the foot, were evidently de-
Tgefl .by. some lover of nature, and not
a mere copyist of such ideal forms as
square toes. .; Here, thought I, is one
who sets at defiance the tyranny of cus
tom. 'Alas! no flirt of sixteen, with a
peroration to her dress two yards long,
was more weak or prejudiced than sue.
She had chanced to cross Mrs. Stanton's
orbit somewhere in space, and admired
her snowy locks, ."which," she added,
"wereot course bleached by some arti
ficial process. For her part, she had
no patience with ' such women. " They
overstepped their sphere."
4-.iverv mzht some hotel furnishes
forth a "hop" for the delectation of its
Inmates Here, under the gas, we see
women whirled in the maddening galop,
witna ring ot spectators gathered around
tr see fair play. Now they skim around
the. nerinlmrv. nnnr tliaw rlitrjm ihtn 4-V.
J 1 J F " " " . U.U UU
vortex, until they look like a group of
j wua-eyea oaccuantes, drunk: witn giddy
i motion I might have gazed on a plan
tation break-down with emotions less
keenly poignant. TonngBooby informs
us pnvatelT, as he wipes the perspira
tion of the last round dance from his
, brow,' that he takes his partner aside
and tries her paces before venturing his
reputation with her in the ring. Oh,
'humiliation! These be the masters
women serve. These are the pleasures
wnicn tney will never surrender, no,
never! with the glorious privilege of be
ing toasted as "Lovelv Woman" at the
fag end of Caledonia festivals, just be
fore travm AicMurragu and his boozy
companions loll under the table.
A PERFECT CURE
For Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague, Aci
dity of the Stomach, Loss of Appetite,
Nausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, and all
diseases arising irom a disordered state
of the Stomach. Liver or Intestines.
Prepared by Seward & Bent-let,
urugguta, Buttalo, JN. x. Sold by all
8. E. SAMUEL A Co.. Wholesale Agent.
S5i-Cw! T&is-r.s-. Sfr-i-3
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
wTHE ONIY INFALLIBLE RKVKnV.
4- Can be giren with or without the knowledire
vi .uo ii.ii.ni. ur rfonnston s i reactse on urunK-
enness. it. CnDMnnennM n.nd llnrM " f,M nn . n
piivAu'iu. . nu. in ciwuiiio per poiue, ai o, cr
mre a ouLuea lor t4.uu. . , .
A.gr J- Ischueller,
Sole Proprietor and Hanufacturer. Ootumbus, O
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
. TbeCreisinte4lctiie for tlie Skin, enrca
without fkai. every kind or un
- aighUy eruption or the itoee,
or Itch In sr. Irritating;, er ' "
' ' '4totrw.l.g entsuieena ' :
etMSM on aoj part
er the penon.
"It u nearly relimi me of Hurl mortifying erup
tion. Old I am note looking anile like a men," writes
Charie. E. Noble, General Agent of Mich. Central
a. K., 173 Broadway, N. Y.
HFtJ"!1 UOB ilnil remedvfor Teller, etc.
o J .vs., V1HBSMH tl I1C1U, 1UWB.
ftiiM tried yonr valuable remedy for Barber'e
Itch with great eucceet.
write v. w. oamont, of
Send fbr circular. Price, 75 cts. and tl.00.
Prepared only by ' SOLON PALMEB, '' "
j. - : 36 Wert Fonrth Street, Cincinnati, O.
For sale by Druggists generally.
aeptSl-deodAwly . . :
S3- PHILOSOPHY OP MARRIAGE. A Nw
Cocrbs or Lbutckks. as delivered at the New
iotk jHuseum or Anatomy, embraoing the snb
iects : How to live and whafc In Iiva ir Vn.itk
Maturity and Old Age ; Manhood generally review-
ru ; iiivoBiir. ui luuigestion, naiuieuce toa Aer
rous diseases accounted for ; Marriage p'uilosoph
ically considered. Ac.
Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be
forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeciptof
tour stamps, or addressing s.,UKlT4Kr, Mbw
YOBg USBUM OF ANATOMT iM) SOIBNCl. tilfl
nsoisw it bfw I obi. VNT-tebai-dly
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
F. A. &. , L. LESQUEREUX
. . IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ,' :
W AT O HES ,
clocks,, ' :
. PLATED WARE,
; IN ENDLESS VARIETY.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of
Setts Thsnaii atnel Waterbai vClocka,
For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents
"ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY.
Watoh Makers' Tools and Materials. Watch Glass
es icrenon ana uenera) in tuu supply at
a?" AH order promptly filled and satisfaction
- P. A. A L. LESQUEREUX. .
feblt-eodly No. 71 South High it.. Columbui.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Ac.
173 .South High street, Columbu. O. Repairing
wu-eiuu j oua. ana warraniea. - m3Y-eodom
aQOHAXL HAXJf, OHABLI8 0. BELLOWS.
- . O. T. L. BUTLIB.
HALKt, BELLOWS & BUTLER,
FURNITURE WARE -ROOMS
. 816 SIS Sontb Hlirto St., -
::' COLUMBUS. OHIO.
(7At mctemelti Manufactory U at th Foot of
South etreet, oa tK Canal.)
Their business transactions, both Wholesale and
Retail, new extend throughout the States of Ohio,
Pennsylvania and Indiana. They menu laoture
PARLOR, BEDROOM, DININGROOM, HALL, AND
M I UHtN hUHM UKh
r.t all classes and every deaivn of snnerior work
mansbip and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of
every description, w noiesaia ana Jietail.
:D . hotel:
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Fourth Street, near main,
HENRY P. ELIA8, - - - - . Proprietor.
THI8 POPULAR tfOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo
cated and convenient to business, and to all
points of travel, is tbe most desiriable stopping
place for persons visiting the oitr. No pains will
spared to make the star ot guests pleasant in
every particular. injU-U6nt
'. , DRY! GOODS.
Nosr 23, 25, 27 &. 29 S. High Street,
TT70ULD IHV1TK THIS ATTENTION
of Pnrohaiera to their nnnsaallv extenaira
era elegant assortment 01 .
Extra Rich Black Silks; .
Morelties in Fancy Silks: .. ,
- Poplins and Empress Cloths;
French Merinos and Cashmeres;
. English and ffrench Merges;
Rich Lyons Cloak Velvets:
Norelties in Plash Cloakinvs;
V elveteens for making Costumes;!
1 Astracbao and Chinohilla Cloakings;
Soperb Paisley Shawls;
Cashmere and Brocbe iShawls;
Point de Oase Laces. Collars and Sots;
Harris' Seamless and Alexandre' Kids;
1 Superior W-i ter Hosier?;
Misses' and Men's Merino Vest.
IN THE CITY
Boose Vnmifhing Dry Goods; . . , .
Blankets. Mnslins. Linens:
Sheetings, Lace Cnrtains, Towelings, do., Ao.
Aio, minmini satins-
ALL AT THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Merino trndersarments of all s-rsdes and onall.
.2 r r .1 t . i - 1 1 - , i .
no tur urenuemen, Lauies, siis&esana Doys. jliso,
a fresh stock of Hoop skirts and Corsets in the
newest style. .. ..
GILCHKIST. GRAY A CO.
FALL AND WINTER
TO BUY- AT
Purchasers of Dry Goods are cordially inrited to
eaii ana examine tut
JVE W STOCK.
118 Ac 128 Sentb Hig;b. streets
noTll-dly-aprlT COLUMBUS. OB JO.
micTfiM awn RPflnv-Manc ti
www s w.i. iui iiwivi stinwa. i
THE OHIO . - .
MerchantTailoring & Clothing Co.,
SO. 185 OPERA EOUSE BLOCK,
A srjPKHBllEW STOCK of CLOTHS.
.a. Cassiuieres. Oretoatinr and Vnatinva hnth I
: .1 i . r t . i , ,tt I
. utviKu inn xuuiosLiu, tur j au ana rv mist wear.
GENTLEMEN OF FASHION"
Will always find both onr mat rials and our work
to be in the height of the mode. We all spare
uv fb.iub in iirvuuQioc tuo ui os ejpean. ana laiui
luuasu'.Kuuiauus mi oa iuuoq anjwneie.
Of which a treat Dart ia mannfanf nroil hv nnrvn
it. the latest and moat fashionable styles, will at- 1
wajs be found en our shelves, in all the Tarieties I
ox tne season, at verj low pnoes.
GENTS FUBNISHING GOODS
In full lines, always kept on hand.
Bfc.tti; sip.isr., Superintendent.
JOHN RICH Treasurer.
W . G- PKR.KH tW., . -
FALL AND WINTER. GOODS.
No. 220 South High St.,
HATE JTTJ8X REOEIVRn TS.
largest and finest stock of Fall anH Wint..
uoooa over orougns w tnia oity. oonsniung oz
. Jtt Nimerea, &o., I
For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at tha low
eat Cash price.
Also keep constantly on hand a well selected
mi ox 4
READY MADE CLOTHING.
juSa-dly S20 South Hiah stre.
Forwarding and Commission
-mini im .
CRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
OlIB, WHISJKT, Arc.
" T st Price Paid at all tim rnr I
uorn, vr , uariey, a c, etc.
1 F FT C K t .
nm n obi k.iiu iib.'i n nkVL asriaa;j I
T. ALLEN, Agent.
TtTILL CONTINUE THE COAL BUS1
TT NKoS at his present stand, .
No. 135 North High street,
and will take orders in both CAMBRIDGE and
HOCK.1NU COAL, which he is prepared to sell at I
tne lowest msrket price.
mor (special attention paid 10 otupping.
inyJO-eodtlJ . '
r PRINTING., v
1 n '' ' ' i . ' ; .
THE LAROEST AND MOST COM
. . - FLETE
BOOK & JOB PRINTING
IN CENTRAL OHIO
Nos. 36, 38 & 40 North High St
The attention the Business Publie called to
the superior facilities of this Establishment.
Wa hare in constant use
Eleven Steam Power Presses
BEST AND LATEST KINDS1
And our ability to gat out wort; promptly ii
surpassed in the West. We hare lately
made additions to our already
LAKGE TARIE1 Vj?
: And we feel eonfident to satisfy all who way cira
as a oall. Our large font of type enable us
to do all kinds of
n the moat prompt and excellent manner, and we
call the attention of those wanting anything
, , in this ine to the
That w have executed in th past year.
Th reputation of this House for line Job Printing
i well known to the business community.
Employing, as wa do. none bnt the
Best of Workmen.
And having a full assortment of tha
LATEST and CHOICEST
STYLES OF TYPE,
Wa will guarantee the utmost satisfaction.
ALL KINDS OF
Bill Heads, Cards,
Circulars, ' Letter Heads,
Blanks of all kinds, ChCCliS,
Drafts, - &c, &c.
EVERY KLD OF JOB PRIATIAG
Needed by the business publie.
Wa also keep on hand a larger stock of
PIPERS OF ill KINDS
Than any other Printing House in the city inches
Super Royal, , miediam,
Demy, . Crovrm Cap,
Cap, Letter and
Of tha best qualities, and. purchasing them as wa
do, directly from tha man af acta rer. we axe
enabled to do our work at correspond
ingly low rates. Wa are Sole
Agent for the
CELEBRATED PAPERS OF
PL ATNER & PORTER.
We particularly eall attention to the Black Books
manufactured by us. We are preoared to
fill all orders for
' T ourii ,la .
And all kind of Wank Books now in use. These
ook are all done in the best style of paper, rul
ing and binding, and we oha lenge competition in
GIVE DH A CALL.
NEVINS & MYERS,
M, SS efc AO North High Street,
RO SAD A LIS !
AM SRI CAN
The Best Blood Purifier in the
A Safe and Certain Care (and the
only one yet dhscoYered) tor
Scrofula' In I la "Various Forms,
' ' SUCH AS
Consumption in its early stages, Enlargement
and Ulceration of th Glands. Joint,
Bones, Kidneys and Uterus,
Eruptions of tha
3 "52" P S X X X 8 1
IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS.
DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite, 8iok Beadaobe, Liver Com
plaint, Pain in the Back, Imprudence in
GENERAL II.l. HEALTH,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
llood, Liver, Kidneys) Jc Bladder.
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taint, and restores toe entire sysiem to a
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never pro
ducing the slightest injury.
Is not a secret medicine. The articles from which
it is made are published around each rnttle. and it
is used and recommended by the Medical Faeult),
where'er it hs been introduced, aa a POSITIVE
and RELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of the
Blood Liver and Kidney.
t7 Used and Indorsed 1y the
letsdiaar Physicians everywhere ft
The following, among many hundreds of our best
eitisens, testify to its wonderful efficaor
CERTIFICATES FROM PHVSICIANS.
BiLTlMOBg. Md.. March 4. 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALIS" to be
the Basr Altkrat.vb in Usb, and therefore
cheerfully recommend it as such.
THOMAS J.BOTKIN.M. P.
Baltimore. February 10, 1888.
Dr. J. 3. Lawsbnob.
Dehb Sib I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. I have
seen it used in two cases with happy results one a
case of secondary syphilis, in wbich tbe patient
pronounced himself cured after having taken five
bottles of j our medioine. The other a ease of
sorolula, of long standing, which is rapidl improv
ing under its use, and the indications are that the
patient will soon recover. I have carefully exam
ined the formula by wbich your Kosedaiis is made,
and find it an excellent compound of alterative in-
gradients. x ours truly,
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative. Ac. and take pleasure in
recommending it to tne protession and tne public
A. D. MOORE, M. D..
W. G. DUUGaN M. 1)
E. BAk.NKK, M. D..
R. W.KINO, M.D.,
8. WOODsRU. M. D..
W. T. BKEWER.M.D.
W.J. BULLOCK. M.D
Jannrv T . 1988.
1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with the above named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability and standing in this
Mayor of Wilson, N C.
January 11. 1868.
Rosadalis -crill Cure the Wor
Cases of Scrofula Read the
Statement Below and Bespair
Wilson Cocntt. September 10, 1867,
Dr. J. J. Lawrence : Dear 8ir Mv voiine-est
daughter, aged five years, has been dreadfully af
flioted with rorofula nearly all her life. I tried a
great many physicinns, but without relieving her
much; in fact, most of them said there was no nope
ot cure, uurmg tne last f pneg boe was worse tnan
ever: her body and limbs being eovered with sores
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulce-ated
and swollen, wnue in tnis coaaition 1 was ad
rued bv Dr. It. A., btlth to try your Kosadalia. I at
)nce procured three bottles, and commenced giving
it to her. Tbe effect was magical. In less than a
month. to mr great astonishment, the was entirely
urs, with much respect and gratitude
IV va.' li t; v 1. T n
... ... uuiiii nil.
Rosadalis Cures all Skin Bineases.
Wilson, N, C. September IS, 1867,
l)r. Lawrence: Uear sir In 186a mv son. now
aged five years, was vacoinated with what proved to
be impure matter, which completely destroyed hi.
health. He has been affiicted with an inveterate
and extremely troublesome Eruption of tbe Skin,
sometimes breaking out in sore. Ac Rosadalis was
Drea ribed by my family physician. Llr. A. 1. Moore.
After takinz it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely well.
1 ours truly, J. is. UAfl
Chronic Liver Complaint Cured.
This is to certify that I was cured of Chronie Liv
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after
having been connnea to my ea ana nouse tor a long
time, and trying various medicine without benefit.
i know of several others in this- county cured
thrnneh the nse of Rosadalis. and it can be fonod in
nearly every house in my neighborhood, and they
au praise ii as a groat meuioiue.
Green County, August U, 1867. .
Rosadalis Is a Potent Remedy In all
Fbox G. W. Blount. Esq., Attornst at Law
WILSON, JNOKTH CAROLINA.
I have been cured of Chronie Inflammation of the
bar and Partial Deafness, of t-n years' standing, by
noeaaaiis. unu. w.Biiutijji,
Rosadalis will Cure the Tery
Worst Cases ot Chronic
' ; . Portsmouth, Ya ?jkruafas, 1868.
Diir Sir- This isk a ertifv that 1 have ba.ii
afflioUd with Rheurcatism for the last five or six
years, many times saable to move. 1 tried all med
icines recommended to me for the disease, without
mnnivinff anv benefit. Having heard "Kosadalin"
highly spoken of, 1 procured a bottle, and, finding
some rcuei, civjuuumi i. uubiiA.ut uaiipy so say
mat i am completely wen.
1 not onlv consider the aRosada'is"a snverAipn
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, ana a cueenuuy reoommena it to tne
amictea." x ours, very truly.
i JAfcLES WEBB.
iLBUH, January . isco.
i uwoij wwuij ium i uiTo iuwu ir. Atawreooe s
eral Alterative and Tonio, with the most satiafae
tory results, and I therefore conscientiously recom
mend it to the Dublin aa a mlinin. nf r.ra .a
sine merit. ... JAMES W. DAVIS.
. Sheriff of Wilson county, N.C,
Rosadalis. This medicine h mat ;m .n
precedented success in thiscommunity. Capt. Ba
ker, the polite and attentive aeant fni thia
forms us that it is next to impossible to supply tne
UVUIMUU U1MI.IUI 1 , OUU ,LH bUB IHOOlCl . . , elteCt-
ng some wonderful cures, and giving, sreat satis
faction to all who have ued it Xnfr.it. t r- ,
Daily Journal, JTovemior 39, 1867.
i ioiwiiu VU17 vjw. af. uii. r.Ci.a til, SI. 11
Chemist, Baltimore, Md., (late of llson, N, C.)
L 1 l 1 t T I , ii' r, r-,7 .
1 ,Vv V. WIIW UVHIS.
w ,-juiu .uuihwv ,11 ui. ifiiDvipw VTnolcsaiO
Druggists in all tbe large cities of the U nited States
mnA Urltl.K A .nA mI.II.J U - J : .
ah letters 01 inquiry ao. .promptly answered,
AuarvBi vr. j. ajavt itciivE, a kjj., sole pro
prietors and manufacturers, K4A Baliimora street.
WESTERN DEPOT, - i
XDXt.. 1A7". k.m XX72r3r.za'.
230 Vina St., Cincinnati, O.
A3" For sale in Columbus by Braun, Bruek A Co
Huston A Gardner, St . Samuel A Co., and li
JoneeAtion, - - mayU-dAwly
Great Northern and Eastern
. Fife Xxralzx)s 1
' ' ' EXCEPT SUNDAY, ' '; '
From Colambus, in eonneetion with Train en th
' Llttla miami Columbus St Xenla
' r Kailroads. :
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
A.M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Oileed,
Galion, Crestline, Shelby, rew London, Welling,
ton. Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at
too A. M., New York 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. Toil
train starts fro tbe Freight Yard.
NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A. M. ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal
ion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington
Orafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3t
P. M . New Vork next day at 3:46 P. M.
MAtL,ANO EXPRESS Leaves Columbus atia
P. M. Will stop at Worthibgton, Lewis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Hhilnh,
New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar
nveat Cleveland at 8:45 P. M.. New York 10-30 P M
SPRINGPIE LD ACCOM MODATION V A DEL:
AWAKE Leaves Columbus at 3:OS P. M. Will
stop i at all stations between Columbus and Spring-
SS'al,i"BT,nf uat V i-W.P. SpringfieTd
C60 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at A.
W26A'' 8:W tJol"ub
Pa ten t Sleeping Cars are run mm ml
Night Trains to Chicago,
New Vork and
W Baggiga checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland : also, to Philadelphia and
New York, via Crestline.
, , . RETURNING:
NUht Express arrives at Columbas at 1:00 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrive at Columbu at liJfl
P. M .
Mail Train arrive at Columbus at MOP. M.
Springfield Aooomntodation arrives at Columbu
at 10:25 a.. M.
Fare aa lw aa by any Other Route.
ASK for Ticket via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. 8. FLINT.
Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio.
, . Agent, Columb a, Ohio.
Columbu. May 11. 1868. .....
FOR THE HAIR
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes tha Bair to Curl beautifully.
" It keep th Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It forces tba Bait and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out.
It keep the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It rescores Grey Hair to iti Original Color.
It bring out Hair on heads that have been bald for
' It ia composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
Jble substances. '
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monial of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in high standing.
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Druggists and Dealer in Fanoy
Good everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole
sale by Demae Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.
Schieffelin A Co., New York. scHNT-mchCT-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 woo aiseoveis a nanet. ins
CACIO BI 9I4CCAROSI
or Italian prenared Cheese Maocaronl. is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome aod piquant
comestible (convenient lunch) for the use of Fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
ana ior use in Beer s loons, ear or sample ttooms.
lt is eaten on Bread. Bisenit or Toast.
It is suitable for Sandwiches Clnglese "Juo fet
Uno ari pan eondentro."i Especially is it adapted
ior tnose climates where tbe article of cbeese can
not be kept in a sound oondition for any length of
It may be used as a seasoning for Soups', Hash or
oiews ana warmea upon a stove, alter tne can
oas oeen openea, it maKes, wunout turtner preu
naration. a Dklioioub Whi.sh Rarbbit.
' For Travelers and others, it is far more .oonom-
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
The proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for
Send 5 for samplb DOZEN X lb Cans, and rich
ly gilded show card, securely packed, and ship
ped per express to any address. Liberal discounts
msae to tne trade,
N. B. Th. t!aMnrirM.f.mni is Dnfc nil in tin
boxes, and peeked in cases of two dozen at $8 per
case, net casn.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
Responsible asrents wanted everywhere.
All orders and communications should be ad
THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY.
86 Liberty Street, New York.
A. "WORD WITH YOU!
T)BF.AD IS THE STtFF OF LIFE
X your most important article ol diet. The health
oi your lamiiy largely aepenas upon its being
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
Would you have it so t Then use only
JS5TIT IS ABSOLUTELY PORE.-
Whiter than snow: makes Bread always light
wnite ana Deautirui laaea pouna noma
to your wife to-night She will be
delighted with it.
Buyers of Soda should try our
BI-CARBOMTE UP SODA.
Vi e guarantee it not only fsr superior to any other
Atnerioan mane, out even purer than the best New
Casae or ngiun soda.
MANUFACTURED BT THB
PENN'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
(PITTSBURGH, PA. )
VNT-auglo-eodly-r ' ' J
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. S. BEPARD. O. HORIOSB
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
TS. SHEPABD HAVHO FORHED
a partnership with G. H0K1GER, for tha
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
!NO. 1S SOUTH HIGH STREET,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
publie get-erally to call and examine their fine and
well seleoted stock of Lsdies. Gents', Uisfies' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the East, and which tbey are now offering
ror sate on tne most reasonable terms, in onr man
ufacturing department special attention is given to
CUSTOM MADE WORK.
Renairins-of all klnrls neatly and nromotlv done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of publie
patronage. Please give us a eall. No trouble to
bow goods. t t
Remember the place : No. 163 South High street.
- cirjr.r.BL uuttlulSK.
Columbus, O., Sept. IS. 1868. ' dtf
JI'COLM, MILES & M'UOJJALDS,
NO. ia & ia SOUTH HIGH STREET
Gr R O C E R S.
TtROPR1F.Tnn r im wrm
ifw. l' g MAGAZIN E. and agent, for th Tof
hearo of irowaer. Agenu for
GARDNER, PH1PPS A CO.'S '
Celebrated Saarar Cured Hams,
' ' and dealer in
FOREIGN, DOMESTIO AND STAPLE
t . GROCERIES
In i all their varieUes, Imported Wine. Brandies
Cigar, eto. inli-aodj,-
JOSEPH H. GEIGER
f "Attorney at Ia-w, -
PARSON'S BUILDING, '
aug36-eod3ml COS. T0W1T& BISBSTS.
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Shorleat Route Weal Ta
Chanse ofCara go Chicago, Pe-
'i orla and last ianapolla. '
FOUR TRAINS D AILY leave Union Depot fin.
t Iambus, as follows :
D.AC A." M. TOLEDO EXPRESS (Sundays
J.iO excepted.) Arrives at Millord IM A. M -l)rbana8;6a
A. M.; Pique. 10:05 A. M ; Lima 13:01
P. il.- Toledo 3:45 P. M.: Detruit:10 P. U .
Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo
Detroit 3 hears ahead of any other rout t
I91fi p- M- DAYUXFRR-S (Sunaya ex
l.lv eepted.) Arrives at Urbana 3)0 P. to.,
Piqua2:55P. il.; Bradford Junction S:16 P. il.;
Richmond 434 P.M.: Indianapolis 7:30 P. M., Lo
gansport 9M P. M.; Peoria 636 A. M.; Galesbarg
.8:46 A. H.; Bur ington. Iowa. 11. -OS A. M : Louis
villa 10 A.M.; Terre Haute 11 P. Mattoon
1:36 A. Id ; Cairo 4 M0 P, M.; Pana 331 A. M.; Al
iJS..K- LM :. Bt- Loui 8--09 - U-i Lafavette
110 P. M.; Springfield. Illinois, 6:30 A. M.i Quia
ey US P M.; Keokuk 2.-00 P. M.
Passengers by this trsin reach St. Louis the next
mornings honra aiheaat, and f-r points west
of St. Louis OSiE TRAIN . UK ADVANCE of
all other routes.
5 .Oft P. M. CHICAGO AND 8T. LOUIS BX-
ZU PRESS (Suadaya excepted.) Arrives at
Piaua8:4SP. M4 Login. port S:0S A. M.i Chicago
8.-1& A. il.; Indianapolis 3:06 A. M.: Terra Haute
5:3 A. M.: Evansvilie EM P. M.; Mattooa 8:38 A.
M.; Pana 105 A. M.; Alton 1:40 P. M St. Loui
1:46 P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A. M.j Springfield, Ills.
3:03 P. M.: Quiney 7 P. M.; Keokuk 8:46 P. Id.
LouisvilleTM A. M.: Nashville 0 P.M 1 Mem
phis DOS A. M.; Toledo tdO A. M.j Detroit M
RUN IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO M ATTOOV. ILL.
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE.
Arriving at St. Loui IO hsari and Louisville
8 hsun ahead of any other rout.
IO. ft. A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In
A W dianapolis. and, Sundays excepted, to
Chicago. Arrives at Logansport 835 A.M.; Peoria
6:36 P. M.: Chicaao 1:00 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.; Terre Haute 100 A. M Evansvilie 100 P. M.
Mattopn :l P. M.: Csiro 4:15 A. M.: Pana 3:15 P.
M Alton 7:1S P. M.: 8t. l ouis 8:10 P. M.; Uit
e" 3J0 P. M.; Louisville 4.30 P. M iashviUe
40 A. il., Memphis 3:16 P. M.
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis 4K and
Chicago 6 houra ahead of, any other
State Room Sleeping" Oax-aj
RUN IN THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
Call for Tickets via Logan .port or Richmond
licket for sale at Union and Piqua Depot.
Colambu. and at all principal ft.jird lioket
F. CHANpLER, Genl Tiekat Agent.
J. M. LUNX. General Suporintenden
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
- Depot), maily (Sundays excepted
2:lO A.' M. NIGHT EXPRESS, arrivin
ZanesviUe at 40 A. M.r Bellaire at 8:10 A. If.
Baltimore at 430 A. M.; aehingtoa Jity at S:16
A. M -
'. ! ; ; . ..
I1MO A. M. LIGHTING KXPRESS srriving
at ZanesviUe at 1:16 P. il : Bellaire at 4 JO P. M.
Baltimore at 830 A. M.; Washington City at
2:0O P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes
viUe at 4:45 P. M.: Bellaire at 80 P. M.i Baltimoto
at 4:45 P. M.; Washington City at 55 P.M.
a. These train are from TWO to EIGHT hours
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Washington. . -. .t;r...lr
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger, holding through tickets to Is altera
cities have the privilege of H-;r.: vnfj
Tisiling .Vashington ity Free.-
' ' . - .-.
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
AU For TICKETS vlaBELlUAIR.
JNO L. WILSON. Master of Transportation.
L. M.COLE. General lioket Agent. ,
JNO. W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Agt.
marl8 - - , j
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
On aa after MONDAY, May 11th. 1868. FOU
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbu
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, 8T.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND. IV.
DIANAPOLIS A CHICAGO. '
Withou t change of ears to DAYTON and RICH
MOND. and only one change of ears to IN
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO.
Connection are reliable as follows
;. FIRST TRAIN (Daily), j '
Leaves at 1:20 A. M. for Cincinnati. Clrolevill
Lancaster, Hillsboro and Chillioothe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Morrow, and Lovelaod, arriving a t
Cincinnati at 8:90 a. m.
, , . SECOND TRAIN. ' ,r
(Daily except SundaysJ -, . '
Leaves at filOO A. M. for Cincinnati. Davtna
Kicbmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Selma.
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow.
South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelan.i. Milford, ar
riving at Cine; onati at 1036 A. li., connecting
with the Mail Boat.
- . . j
(Daily except Bundav.
leaves at 18:85 P. M for Cincinnati. Davtoa and
Springfield, via Aenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6:10 P, M.
FOURTH TRAIN. ' " ' K
(Daily axeent Snnr!ava.3 ' ' '
Ieaves at 6:15 P, M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and
Djiiimm.. wim Aiooaon, stopping at Alton. West
Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selma,
Ceriarville. Xenia. Morrow and Lovelaod. and ar
riving at Cincinnati at lOjM J . M. ...
8).eepina; Car on all Nifht Trains,
HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. DOHERtY, Agent.
JOHN DURAND. 1 0
W. L. oar1""" Cincinnati.
GopI Ticket Agt."
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PANHANDLE ROUTE. ' ''
XjTl ana attar Jnn. OAh .c. bJt. ;n
f!fTe-i. B Y-l?P"t--- "' Mail1 ?e.t Llna
(;olumbua...L.34M) A M .- e.ia p u n... . .
Newark. .......8:25 A.M. " 8:50 P." M.' :' isiss P.'m!
oLeaoeuviiie-.a:w a. il.
Arriv. nk .
0P. Jd. 5:16 P.M.
Pittsburgh .'...11.10 A. M.
Harrisburr s-wi H M
180 M. ' ' 7:05 P.M.
1320 P.M.., 5:00 A.M.
rnuaaeipiia.. 15 a.m.
New York.... 5:0 A. M.
Baltimore 65 A. M.
Wasbinstnn. Q-tO A. M
4S0P. M. 956 A. Ml
-J5P.1I. II:U A. M.
6:30 P. M.. 13:30 P.M.
9:60 P. M. " 46 P.M.
Boston.. KtOO P. M. :
. i3a r, m.
E'egant state room sleeping earson all night train.
un m. rui .in. tna aa AtirttM - nuver raj.a.
day and night ears are run through from Columbu
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
- 89 Passengers by the 30 A. M, Sunday train
arrive in ftew York at 5 o'olock Uoodax morrung,
an advantage Sever before offered.
.ii. c. r.BUULU
Genl Ticket Ag't. Steubenville, 0.
W. W. CARD, Superintendent, steubenville. 0.
, , ..... ., H.B.BROOKS. .
Ticket Agent, Columbus. 0.
JOHN B. PETERS. Agent, Columbus, O. -junel0-dlyju30
W. B. BROOKS. ' ALSX. ROVBTOK. VI. H. 81. It
J- Jfc W. B. BROOKS,
Cor. Rich AcBir"! 8., Colemfcna,
NEW ORLEANS 8UOAB8 AND K0LA8BE
Island Sugars. Coffee. Teas Spices. Tobaoeos
XiXOUOZlS.i eabo. ,
feb6-ly . , .
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