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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
-lihowtii , JhiSfryl and depajttreof Mai at Ooi
'JLTC 0h,:?,- "0n mBd Monday, May afl
Clewelaaa. Columbn a Ac ClaUl K. R.
n. I-.. Iiwiri r.xpreas-.. i:uA.M. 1;UU A. Ml
-ftew arfc&-iwss.J......l.:. A. M. 1J:I0 P. Mj
ai&aiav,apra-.kc.....t swi. 114 -n:io p. M
)! Aeeemmalation.i 11:06 P.- !M lo-i. 1 u
This MiiliMti Sqnaay moriio-not Monday,
V".r .f.?r;fjl H- JIUES PATTKItl Am.
8&MiTOr:V-.V:.'.. ...... iso A.'Sf. 96 A. M
hliaeinnati Aeountaodattoa- 5:0 A.M.' 85 P. M.
Kxpra , A..Kf3S P, I1W A. M.
xpre-., ........ ..... :15 P. M. 1:65 P. $l
" '--!.- lrW - .HII-fK.ffC.lV AIAnt
ft Milo-Kailroadt Central
: 0hfa JMrieion.
fr-i-lI '"' :t' ;.iT.'t-: ! AHR1TK
lRlfcjrwttX&'" fc'A.! M.'' llrM P: Mi
Lightning Kaiess-..-...ii:i A. M. 4hs p m
kxprasa .Maol-i v 40-Pt! M', 11 -Ml A. 11.
irt!.W!.f'.T : !-' a, A,ent. v!
(MwliMfi . Bfcma and -s-dlua Cen.
rat Hail war. .' ,
- MAYS. ABB1VB.
Wight rp-e-.a.xi..TS:SiA.M:',t:iS A. M.
Ajieommodatioa.. ,.-.,..,. 6rt5 Ai .M.y MO p. M.
Western Express.,..,..,.. 5 P. M. To P. M.
BvifMij.i.i...!'..'i..ii:ia p. M. tiroA. M.
w jiiii-oi: .-.ijiituji- O. Al Hill, Agent.
aadaaky, IhTaaaf ield ft If ewark.
'Traini leat Newarksnd arrive u follows,' '
,, , : ,, ,um. T Auuvci
WlAtAVr.?;!:.".1.'..!;:.'.' 00 a.m mspjm,
Mail kn4 Ixpreaii,... .10.-0 A.M. e .45 P.M.
Sl-l.fc.UWWJ.., P.M. -46 A.M.
A. W . JJiNNlSt Agent, ft
rittsfesur. .Claelaaatt; t. Loala
.bnimuu nl S.!1!7f'"'' !-hu
,-..--t !),..,, ,.iat j uhtIm
New York iptiw"t A. M.v- lls P. M.
Lightning. Kxpreea...'...'..ll:M A- M. ' 6:00 P. M.
Mail and Express.. :15 P. M. , 11:66 A.M.
Dennises Accommodation tM A. M.' 1 ill P. M.
Maw York tiprenadlf. AU .atjier trmiiia
ran daily, axceptSuodaT. . .. -i,:-'-
Uenmaott Aeoommodatlon rtarta trom uaiftbt
John B. Pktkbs, Agents Is
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
! Ion 3R 3! H: I I ABITB. ! OLOBZSj
- -nun a-i.v. ;
Tta SlenbanTilla and
Pittsbuncb.... ......... ,
Saatxra Way MaiH, C. C. '
Rorthwest. Tia.Ffcv W,
- .- v.
.. 12 JO
iv., v. V. v. a n. iv.
Chicato.riaC, P. I. U.
LitUe Miami R.R.. Thro' ' M '
i: n U n Niararlr!
Zacfeanlla W kae4iDC,r 19:0.':i: ! 130
C-O. H-Yaj.-.,--.... ..,.yiai T 1
C- -ffc4.. TliroBgh and. , ,
OhatarUle; Ohilliootha r'- 1...
Portamoath .....j(j.. 9 0-
aoeur. Ohio.......... 8Q -
Eaat n ay.Natlonal Hoad."103 ',..,. fw.
MlVarna WaT.Waeter- ' ' ' i -
KorthColBmbuaiujiVliar ".s.ir'l i:f!.i''
tonvUla-. 100 .. .10
Hfa.otaH..T5aHaT.---'i'- - ' , '- -bur.(Ulraklj.-)f-
mTaa Mondays Wad-l."-jt mm'"!' "
days and Satardaya J - ' '
Csntra ?illaa.-tri-week-) .OR r P '. I
IjJ Tnaadays,tbaradayaV lJUj.n,. , itiU
and8aturdr-. J . . )i S I . J
Orrtem Boma.'-Of&c opn at i VoVloek A. M.,
and eloaea at Hi P. M. . Handay,epaii( at4 A. ii4
aad eloaea at A. M, , . ..-..-; -: . , ,: t
AilUaUalaaaon SandayaatKP.Jf. ' ' '
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
A pions but illiterate deacon; jn a cer-'
tain town in Massachusetts, gave a stage
driver, aipi of ppr, p whicl ha -said,
were written the najr-e9:j acoupls el
books-which he wished him to call for at
a-bopkstarei ' The drlrei" called at the :
afore,, an J handing the. memorandura t&
tbeclark, said : ( t"Tbere ia a conple of
books which Deacon B. 'wished you td
sehd hhri,.""Th'e clerl?,after acAreful ex- ',
amlnation of tLe' paper.' was unable to .
make head or tail' of itgnd passed it to
tbei book-keeper who was sopposed to
know something of letters, but to him it
was'algo,' vGreek,'." T.bo'proprietor waa
called, and be also gave vp indespatr.and
itWasfinallj Concluded to send the mem;
orandmn' back' t$ the deaconi.' ,'It 'was
supposed bid tnttst hare sent the wrong,
papr -As the coach arrired at the vil-'
lflgS ilin,'; the driver saw 'the deacon :
standing on the stes.' J : - -.-? -TV-'
"Ji, MfeU, driver," said te. 'did you get',
my books to-day r. j ..:i . . ;!
('Books J : No ! and a good "reason
why 1; for there couldn't a man in "Wor-
ceflWr read your old hen tracks."., . ', ,-
"Couldn't read 'riten t Let me see the
paper.'': ' :. : . -. - -
Tha driver. 'drew it from bi' pocket,.'
and passed it to the deacon, who, taking ,
oat and carefully adjusting his glasses,
held the memorandum -at arm's length
and exclaimed, a .fa did so, in a very
satisfied ton ; : ; .. . t -.n. 'jJ'i
"Why it's as plain as the nose on your
facei i'To' Sf-a-m B-u- i-twd 'psalm ,
boots I gueBa bis clerks had better:
gq to school a quarter.": '3 :
- And here the deacon tnade' some- re-1
flections.' upon tbe! ignorance ' jo( -tliei
titoe and' theT. want of j attention to
books by the "rising generatio,"jwhich !
would bavB been very well ir sard- by
Botasonefclse.. - 1 :T 'T"'Vri'
Good Spelling. Causes of Sudden Death.
Very few of the sudden deaths -winch '
are eaidf , tof arise . from diseases of the ;
heart do really arise from that cauaev .!
To ascertain the real origin of sudden
deaths, an. eperinienhasbeen tried in
Europe and, reported . to a scientific con
gress at Strasburg. , gixty-six, cases ot
sudden death, were made the subject of a
thorough post mortem examination ; in
these cases only two were found, who
bad died from disease-of the hearty 'Nine
ott( ef sixty-six bad died from apoplexy;
while there were forty-eix cases of con- '
gestion of the lungs that is, the. lungs
were'so full of blood they could not work,
not .being room enough -for a sufficient
quantity of air to -) support life. r The
causes that produce congestion of the!
luftga are, cold feet, tight rlothing,' cos
tive bowels, sitting still until chilled af
tef being warmed, with labor or & rapid
walk, going too suddenly from a close
room into the air, especially after speak-
ingand sudden depressing pews operat
ing on the bloods Thesa causes of sud
den death berag known, an 'evidence of
them may serve to lengthen many valu
able lives which would otherwise be lost
under the verdict of heart complaint.'
Tatjdisease .is supposed to be inevita-
ble and incurable; hence; many may not
take the pains they would to avoid sud
den death, if . they knew It lay in their
power. - -
Married or Not Married.
h&;Loitiae: Courier, of the 27th
At the Hardin County Fair, held last
week, grave question arose regarding
the proper status ; ef widows. . The so
ciety offered a prize for the best nnmar- .
rie'd lady rider. A young widow was.
excluded from the first ring because the
girls declared she was a married woman.
She then made appHcatf op to become a
contestant for' the prize, in the second
ring, but waa ruled out because she was
a single woman. . . r'V'.'-i'. :'".).
She writes to Tuba DaijA, asking bin
to decide the question. - -Aftwifletailing.
her perplexities, she concludes bvietter -48
"Now, Tuba,, as I understand that ypu
are paying the subject (widows) a great
deal of .attention,, I. have concluded to
leave' the whole matter to you. Be good
enough, therefore, to resolve me this ;
Am-1 married, or am I single 1" .' -
T. D. solemnly says that he really
thinks she is, but to save all further
questions-he advises her to marry;a
g mtle widower without delay. .
..,:A 8vx,feet Vertnonter.-on uia --first itrip
irom iae smoke of his father s cumaiwy
put up at 4firet-cfas8 hotel, room on the
fourth floor. Whila asleen. hoot' black
got his bnofs,?rirft)' Vth number of
ottiers. Abont oneo'clock he Vtwrtk.!. and
jWfj) .tia? i td.,go'off, be.' begap looting, for
mem; Dut not nuauig tuem out into the
hall.ji? went and witS.both baada en his
knws, commenced yelling at the top of
,dib voice. . servantsi rushed ' out to
'M'O'what.was tlm matttir! and getting to
. ie scene oi action, began to ask : .
"What's the maUr(" i t f .
" I want my boots' replied the Ver
tnonter. ... i , t t c- r. A
inVhat number' inquired the servant,
referrine t the room. ' -
- Sii-footr ! cries out. subridsins; ihev
DM reference to ttae size ot .his boots:
Pegged heels and- soles, number
Restores i grey -aad - feded Hair ' to ia
Oaicinal. Color, removes Uandmtt, ,
CURES ILL DISEASES OF THS SCALP,
Prevents ' B aldkess and , inale' the . bait
ftOO tti fm lottla bck BeUl a i lot hpr Brt.
Prepared by SXWAED 4 B-TNTLKTl' DrcgUta
Bno,ILT, Bold toyall Proggtou. I -
ft. E-SAMOKL & Co,
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
TMtE ON LIT INFALLIBLK KEHRDV.
I. Cm barinn with or wilhnnt tha nvl
of tbe natient. Dr. johnaton'a Treatine on "Drnok-
eBncB8.- it8 uoDaaqaencea and Unre," frae on an
plioation. Prisa of bp.eifie per bottle, 1 50,
i . -f.xif. ; mj , -Kchnelier,
Sola Proprietor and Manufaotarer. t'olumbua, 0
SOLD BY, Ai,4RUG(UTS.
The area XeielBe for tlte Shin, mm
wlthoat AUI. very. kM or an-
alehtly eruption or tli flier,. .. -'or'
Krtalnr. Irrltatlnv.' or ' '
l Vi .dlatrcaalac rataneoai
r on any par -i . ' : . .
or the pe"aon.. , :
"B hot morlf Ttliewrd IW of tint viortifybtt mp-'
flow, and I nm how looking quite UleeamanJ' writes
rlinrlB. B. Nohlr, General Agent of Mich. Central '
B. K., 173 Broailtray.-N. Y.i..,. , .
lVV Und it an invaluable remedy for Tetter, .,
wrlto Uigley Broa.,JDrnKgisU, Fairfield, Iowa.
r "J vonr valuable remain for Barber a '.'
Itch teith nreot mccem,' writes C. V. l)untout, of
lieominstorllass. . - ' ' v. ..
i Bend for eircnlar. Price, 75 era. and 01.09.-- "
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i ,, -, ' . '.'."" " '
iimos of : I J ol diii ir Courts
in the Fiftli. Juuicla.1 JDis
-triot ot Ohio ior 1801).
ThaHratacf Ohio. ,
FrankliD oeaaty, j !
Court of Common Pleas within and for said
oounty. do hereby certify that the following order
i. uuit (aaen anu correod oojea atou yie journal
of aaid Court, to-wlL- i - j
Times of Holding Courts in the Fifth Judicial
District of Ohio for 1800.
Tt is hereby ordered that the order heretofore
made on the 18th day of September. A. i. 1888.
issued, fixing the days of the commencement of
tae 4oirta of Common fleas and Itistnot Cearfs
ot -ttid-Judiefa. -District, be hereby amended, and
that iie District Conrta and Courts of Common
fleas for the year A. D. 1868. shall begin in tb
several eonnties of the lfth Judicial Dittriot of
tne state ot umo.at t.'.e times tollowing :
rt frsM.n'A CtXSTBICT iCOUKT. ' ' -.H
Htdison, May 4th. I Fayette. May 14th.
Crankim, May 6th. 1 Has?, AugustSlst.
Piokaway. May loth. I Highland. Sept. 3d.
dama.apt. eth. I Brown. Sept. ath,
Clermont, (Sept. lSth. . '
'-'OOURT OP fcOSIMON PLEi3.W
Brown. February flth. June 1st. November 3d
Adams, January 27th, May 18th. September -1st
t.iermuni. January otn. June -tn, uotober otn
rBighland. Jat.uar, 12th. May 18th, October 13th
I - Hn,flL Janaarv ath. June APmj 9.A . - -
Fairette. Pabraarv 2tHL June )th. Sniml,.T
Madison. February 2-UJ'ay 18th, October 19th.
Piokaway, March 8th. Jnne 15th. November 8d.
rrankun, February 16th, June 1st, November
I5tbv.f - -, - v V ;
fn ' Witness wherenf mm lisvn Wanntn a "rn -
ALFRED H DICKEY.l
J. Q. ASHB11RN, I Judges,
ui-rr t ; t ' t r. J Tr- irrtoY
In testimony whereof I rave hereunto snb-
acribed mv name end affixed the seal of
lsealj said t;ourt ai riumbus, this 30th day
oi ucwDor, v. u , icw.
T- S. BHEPARD.-CIerk.
Ootober 81, 1868. . r - bet31-dltw3w
.Win. O. Blynn V Court of Common Pleas
Thomas B. HXfnix et al-J - Franklin county. r.
tin partition I
N PDRSCANCK OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
the above stated ease -trr-me riireot . 1 will nf.
fer for sale at the door of the court house, in the
ii.y oi .juiumouB. on . y
Saturday, tbe 28th dav of November. A.D
at S o'clock P. M. of said day. the following de
bribed real estate, situate lnirankhneonntv. State
of Ohio. tawii -t . - - - . , . .-r-
Lot number one ( t? of a snbdivision of outlets of
tne city ot Columbns, numbers fifty-nine (59),
'ixty (601 and sixtr-one (BlXn ade by samnel Me
iaiT.ai per plat thereof recorded in book A. Tasa
534 of the records of deeds of iid county, being
tne same premises oobvjm ao William iJIrnn -by
nonas o. xiaiuwin, Dy aeea uatea April 3a, A
Terms of Sale One-third -cab on dav of sale.
one-third in one year, and one-third in two vears
ii, dioiw,im, iwwmiti saju uay-m sale, me
leierrea payaDsntaiacaseaarea Dy mortgage upon
lae reiiii-s boi,i.
appraised at r.ouo.
Printer's fees 1S 75,-a ,(;-. ;, t,,t
GEliRCE B. EARHART. Sheriff.
By J. S. Bull, Deputy. ,
J. W. Baldwin, Att'y. ' oct24-dltAwtd
.-.Newell P. Mix, , l Court of Common Plea
Michael Engel et al.) ' Franklin county .-
LN PCRSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
..the above atated case from said ennrt. n m
ilirroted. I will Dflerfnr sale atthe door of the conn
bouse, in tne city ot volnmbus, on
Saturday, the 2dtti dav of November, A'. D,
at 1 o'clock P. M., tbe following described real es
tate, to-witr-' -- . . .
The south half ef lot number seven in Horn
fannies' add iion to the eitv of Columbus. Ohio, as
per recorded plat thereof leoorded in plat record
No. 1. race 1.5. beina the same Dremises eonveved
to saia magoaiena uncei oy mean t iggina, by deed
aacea may ijid. a. u. oo .
Appraised at 8941.6.
rrinieraiaesvii uu. -
..nun. tt -nranm '
- i i. :f!hrriS and Master Commissioner."
By J. 8. BtTix, Deputy. . ,- , if- . - -,
J. W. Baldwin, Att'y. , - oct-4-dltiwtd
Dxs .Warner & Emminger,
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pEGARDINO THE TEETH OP THE
Lb first importance to baaltb. oomfort and beantv
tal rooms. So. 18 East llrosd street. .
w curuiaii v luru- run i mii bl ,, ,i r li i n.- ,111 , inn
1 Your intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender aruttAe properly aualined Den
tist. - .
Artificial teeth made lyns.-or worn with com
fortaidserve tbepurpo.es ot speech, mastication
and beauty. As Dentists we aim to be the fast, and
lurnian an tnat'a oootw .. - . n : -
xeetn extracted witnoiK pain . . .. . . j7-wsm
NANCY DAVI3, RESIDING IN LEXING
, TON. Holmes eonntv. MississioDi. will tak
notice that Marshall F. Davis, of .Franklin onuntv.
Oh; AiA a-. , 1. - a,h .1 c iw.k.. i c r. , 1. :
etition in tneomce oi tne ulerK or tbe 'ourt ot
n n in r, n Pleaji within and fnf ! iH mnlv nf
cisauktin and,tateof Ohio, eharaina the said Nan.
ey Davis with willful absence from the petitioner for
more than tnreeyears lost past, and asking tbat be
mav be divorced from the aaid Nancy Davis, which
cetition will stand for beanne at tha nexttprm of
said Court, and on and alter pix weeks irom the
aa-e Ul 1.UI9 uubice, ........
Ootober 8th, 1888. - -
MARSHALL F. PAVI8.
Sparrow Wright. Att'ys. - - ccta-wsw
FOR SALE GR EXCHANGE.
WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP
ERTf in the cits of Columbus, a farm of ISO
acres et 'fana near uttawa. tne county seat oi rut
in eounty, Ohio, and will pay the difference,- if
any, in easb. - Toe land is sitnate at the corner of
oross roads, has bouse on it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared. It ia very noa I .nd, and well tim
bered with walnut, ash; sugar- tree and spice busoh
A good bargain will be given.
, . r. nr. an uitr. w o.
Office, oorner of High and Broad streets. '
aarS.wtf - . - '. i .
Merchants' Bank. '
OTICE1S HfcBEBT G1VEV T8 THE
holders of tbe outstandinir notes ot tbe Mer.
chints' Bank of Massillon. and all others concerned
tbat in pursuance to tbe ptovisions ot tbe 4lst sec
tion of the oharter of said-Bank, tbat application
will be made to the Auditor. Treasurer and Secra-
tarv of Ktale to surrender tbe Uonds dennsited tn
secure tbe circulation ot said .nana alter tbe expi
ration oi six monms irom tnis nate.
-ir.- ---x fvrc! it ! 1. oTEESE, Pret't. ..
- . . ' S. HUNT, Cashiert
Massillon, May S8, 1868. . , .u5-w6m
isber , w. Be
Befor. Jaa. M . Paxton, J . P,
. , ; VS.
of tiorwicu township. ..
Franklin coun'y, Ohio.
N THE EIGHTH DAY OF OCTEBER. 18
V said Justice issued an order of atlachmentin
(be a -ove action, tcr the sum of Thirty Dollars.
Hillianl. Oc(. 14td,.tfcB.
'- feLIAS FldHER
Farmers and Farmeri.' Sons
Wanted to enaaaa in a business, durine the Fall
ana vv inter, paying irom io to v--tju per montn
s.iiglr; mocurdy & co .,
Joseph Wittman. plaintiff.i State oi Ohio. Frank.
against J lin eonrty. Court of
tienry juaurer, aetenaant.7 uommon fleas
TBE MAID HEM ft Y DUIIHEB, DC
fendant. will take notioe tbat on the 1st da;
nf October, A. D. 1868, the said plaintiff, Josepf
Wittman. filed his petition in tha Court of Com
mon Pleas in and for the county of Franklin and
State of Ohio, to recover from the said defendant
the sum of One Thousand dollars, with interest
fiom tbe Si day of September, A. D. 1868, on his
eertain promissory note due upon said dav. and
unpaid, and praying for ajnrig nentfor said amount
witn interest as aioresaia. ana tnat tne said
plaintiff has caused an attachment to he levied, in
aaid cause, upon tue followirg described property
belonging to said defetidant, to-wit: Lots num
bered 11. , 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18. 19, 20, 21, 99, SO, 31,
39, 38, 34, 36, 38. 37. 88, 40. 41 , 42, 43, 44. 45. 46, 47. 48,
49, GO. 51,62.53. 54.55, 56. 57. 58. 59 and 60 in Henry
Maury's addition to the city of Columbns. in said
countv of Franklin and State of Obio. as marked
on tbe plat of aaid addition recorded in the office of
the K-Corder ot f ranklinoountv. .
The said defendant is required to answer by tbe
tbird riatnrday alter tbe JJtn nay ot November
A. D. 1868. JOSEPH WITTMAN.
By Drksel A Mayo, his att'ys. ,
Western Reserve Bake.)
Warken, Ohio. August 19. 188.. (
KTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
holders of tbe outstanding notes of the late
Western Reserve Bans, and te all other parties in
terested, that after tbe expiration of six months
fr.m this date, application will be made to the Au
ditor, Secretary and Treasurer of State, to surren
der to said Bank the stocks deposited to secure the
outstanding circulation of said Bank, in pursu
ance of the forty-fifth (45) section of an aot entit ed
"An act t" incorporate the State Bank ef Ohio,
and otbor Banking Companies,;' passed February
- ' H. B. PERKINS. President.
M. B Tatler. Cashier.
August W. It68. . , . . . . ang28-w6m ,
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piaiui,. r.iu in idq xac. imuruueon m
,lkte, uravai, .... .j,- i .U I-
GENERAIi ' IIilj -' HEALTH,
;'ano all disases'f this; ','
Blood, IA-rer, Kidney A Bladder.
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oaa taint, ana xestores me entire system to
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IT 18 PERFECTLY HARMLESS. never pro
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,:-.!'.',. ii,-.i itihn 1.1. .Lr. i 1 ji
lt not a secret medicine: 1 The ar Holes from which
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is used and recommended bf the Medical Pacnlti.
wbere-er it ha been introduced, as a POSITIVE
and it t-LlAo Ll medicine lor Diseases 01 th
Blooa Liver and &idnera.
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. CEBTlFICATKrl FROM. PHYSICIANS.
Baltimore:. Md.. Marco 4. 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "R0-ADALIS" to be
tbe Bsst-Alterat v m Ubi, and therefoH
oheerluuy reoommend it as sucli.
THOMAS J. SOYKIN.M. D,
. . 1 , gALTIM0BI February 10, 1868.
Dr. J. J. IiAwkknce.' - ' - ''
DehrSik I take pleasure in recommending yoar
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. I have
seen it used in two cases with happy results one
case of secondary syphilis, m which - tbe nattent
S renounced binuelf eured after having taken five
ottles of tour medicine. The other a ease ol
scrolula, of long s tat ding, which is rapidl improve
ing under its use, and the iudioationa are tbat the
patient will soon recover. 1 nave careiuuy exam
ined the formula by which your Kose.la.ia- m made,
and find it an excellent compound 01 alterative in
gredients. 1 ours truly,
... - . R.W.CARB, M D
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative-Ac. and take pleasure in
recommending 11 to tne proiession ana tne puDuo.
-- L.A.8TITH.M. D..
J H.VV INSTEAD. M.D.4
rt. x. natinaAi. m. u..
w.u. UUUUAK, M.l
E. BAKN KS, M. D..
R. W. KING, M. D.,
t. WOODaRO. M. D..
W. T. BKEWER.M, D.
jf : ..y..Tr. W.J. BULLOCK. M.D
Jannrv f 1M8. . .. , . , , ,
I hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with tbe above named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability and standing in this
community. - ' ' .-.---,
Mayor of W ilson, N . C.
January II. 1168. i 1:., - - -; '
Rosadalis "will Care the Hoi
Cases of Scrol ula Read the
Statement HclotT and Bespair
Not, i . , -: ;-r ; ' ,-.
; , ', WrL8OH.CotTSTT.ieptemberl0, 1867,
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir Mv. vounaest
daughter, aged five years, bas been dreadfully at
Bioted with frrofula nearly ail her life. 1 tried a
great many physicians, but without relieving her
much; in fact, most of them said there was nohope
or cure. During tne last pnn me was worse man
ever: her body and limbs being covered with sore,
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulcerated
and swollen. While ia this condition I was ad
ised by Dr. L. A. btitn to try your uosadal is. 1 at
ince procured tnree ootties, ana commenced giving
it to tier. The effect was uagical. In less than a
nonth to my great astonisninant, sua was entirely
; -,7 ura. with much respect and gratitude.
Rosadalis Cties all Skin niseases.
- , Wilson, N, C, September IS, 1867,
nr. Lawrence: Dear oir In i83 my aon. now
aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be implore matter, which completely destroyed his
health. He has been affiicted with an inveterate
and extremelv troublesome- runtlon of the akin.
sometimes breaking out in sores, Ac. Rosadalis was
ores nbed by my tauiily vhysicnin. lr. A. 11: Moore.
Aftor taking it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely well.
. r ours truly, , . J. a. DArtlKL.
Chronic f.i ver Complaint Cnred.
This is to certify that I was euied of Chronio Liv.
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalia, after
having been confined to my t ed and fiouse tor a lnng
time. and trying various medicines witnout benefit,
I know of several others-in this oountvoured
thronirh the use of Rosadalis. and it can beTonnd in
nearly every bouse m my neignoornood, and tbey
all (,aise it as a great meoicue.
1 nuaiac inuttn.
Green County, August M, 1867.
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Rosadalis is it Potent Remedy In ail
From G. W. BLOtrjfT.-EsQ.i Attornkt at Law
W ILSON. JSOHTHCA-IOLIM.' I.
T have been cured of Chronio Inflammation of the
tar and.rartial neatness, ot tn years standing, by
ttosaaaua. , ; - 1 . uau. rr .fitMua l
Rosadalis will Cure . tbe Very
Worst Cases ol Chronic
... Hheumatism, y
Portsmouth, Ta. fjiroary 85, 1868,
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jspfeaiu e n awi . . . . . . .r- r
Dais Sir- This is t s crtify that I have laenn
affiicted with Rbeurratism for the last live or six
rears, many times liable to move. 1 tried all med
Miim rmAnimfi.Kli- to me for tbe diseae. wirhnnt
receiving any LtLofit. Having heard. "Rosadalis"
hiahlv sDoken of: 1 procured a bottle, and. finding
some reuei, oonunuea ib unu a. em nappy 10 say
that I am completely well.
1 not only consider tne ivosaaa is a sovereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, and I cheerfully recommend it la the
lajaicted.. lours, very truly.
WlLROK. Jannarv7 IRM
I hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawmnnn'.
lustlv celebrated Rosadalia in mv familv as . onn
era! Alterative and Tonic, with the most satisiac-
tory resuiw. ana t mereiore conscientiously recom
aiend it to the public as a medicine of rare and gen
aine merit.- . , JA.MES W.DAVIS,
cnerin ot w ilson county, N. C,
Rorahalib. This medicine has met with an nn-
Erecedentcd success.in thiscommunity. Capt. Us
er, tbe polite and attentive agent for this city, in
forms us that it Is next to impossible to supply tne
demand made fori? tod tbat tbe roedicL e is effeot
ng some wonderful cures, and giving great satia
faetion to all who hare used it Sorfolt I To.)
Dailf Journal, November 1867. ' ' ' -- 1 : ::
Pre oared only bv J.' J. I.A WRRVPR! u : 11
Chemist, Baltimore, Md.,. (late of ,n ilson- N. C.)
Price l 6per bottle. t . '
AsTSold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
rucsiD iu, uid iaia- viviw ui iue u Ul QU .-unios
and British America, and retailed by druggists
every where. . .
AU letters 01 inquiry Ac, promptly answered.
Address Dn J.J. LaW REN Oh, A CU.. sole oro-
nrietors and manufacturers. T44 Baltimore atreet.
Baltiincre, Md - .
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Sunday morning, not 'MoDday.. ... , -. ,.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leave Coiumlitts
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train starts fro a tbe Freight Yard. ' :,: -.
S EW YORK EXPEE.SSLeaves Colambns at
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4. M..New York next day at S6 P. 11, .- .K
MAIL AND EXPBESS- Leaves Colmmbns at JiS
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AWAKE Leaves Columbns at 3:05 P. M. Will
stop stall stations betwaeu Columbus and rlpring
np'TJ""!? ),l"mP. M,, Sjpringaeld
C0 P. M. Ibis train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
mll'Iu U,eJa",ir A, .U.; Columbus
luale A. M. t i- .- ..... 1 .'. I , f.-: .
Pa tent SleeptBK Cars are rag oa sal
': Hl(tit Traiiis Chicago. 1
, .. ,, new torn ajatl
" Ba ire eheoked through to New Tort and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also. to. Philadelphia aad
New York, via Crestline. --
Nlsht Express arrives at Columbns at 1:00 A. M. .
Cmcinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 13:H
"Mail Train arrives at Columbus at WoPI m.1" 7
Springfield Aooo-nmodation arrives at Columbn
at 1035 A.M. ...,-,.
Fare as Iow as by any Otber Route.'
Ask for Tickets Via Crestline or Cleveland. ' '"
-.I.-;.' ! E. 8. FLINT, s .
--Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio. -',;',.
...':.;. ,7 JAMES PATTERSON, ,
1!?'- Agent, Columb f. Ohio.
Columbus. May II. 18S8. - - '
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Xfh ii- i-lrifiprovedl -'
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. ,T ' 1 " ' '
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It causes the Bair to Carl leautifully. -,
It keeps the Scalp C'ean and Healthyj j1."'
It invigorates the Boots of the Hairi t" ' ,- -.
It forces tbe Hair and Beard to grow luxttrianjUy.'.!
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out 'r 'r ' '
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I It has received over six thousand Tolnbtary testi
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Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle, Whole
sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. "Wells & Co.;
. Scbieffelin A Co-,New York. sOHNT-moh27-dly ,
,1 New; Article of Food,' ;
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It wss M.Brillat Savarin. the celebrated French
- Gastronome, who first said, that "the man who in
vents a new dish does more lor Society then the
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--.. CACIO 1)1 JIAGCARO.M .
or Italian rreuered Cheese Maeearoni. is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome and piqaant
comeetioie (convenient luncn tor tne use ot fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
ana ior use in neer s 100ns, i.aror sample itoous.
It is eaten on Bread. Bison it or Toast.
It is suitable for Sandwiches Inglese "Duo fat
tine di pane condentro." Especially is it adapted
for those climates where the article of cheese can
not be kept in a sound condition for any length of
,time.- ' 1 :- : .. . . -.. : . -,,
It may be nsed as a seasoning for Soups. Bash or
Stews-and aarmed upon a stove, after the can
bas been opened, it makes, without farther prep
psration, a Delicious Welsh Rarebit.
- For Travelers and others, it ia far more reoriom-
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled er Ppt-
Tbe proprietors andVEatentee cannot but ask f ra
it a triil.
Send S5 for sampli dozbn K lb Cans, aid rich
ly gilded show card, securely packed, and ship
ped per o'. press to any address. ; Liberal discount
made to tbe trade; -
N; B. The Caoiodi Macearoni is put up in tin
boxes, and packed in cases of two doaea at t8 per
case, net cash. - . -
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
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, THE LIVINGSTON C AGIO COMPANY, '
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BR FAD IS THK STAFF OF LIFE
yonr most imporlant article ot diet. The health
of your family largely depends upon its being
, f.'.cu : , . .
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Would yon have it so? Then nse only '
--WIT IS ABSOLUTELY PDRE.-I :
Whiter than snow : makes Bread always tight
- wnite sna oeautiiui- rsaeapouna Dome
to your wife to-night. . She will be
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Bayers pf Soda should try our ... ; , .
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A . 1. - U .v.n -.n- , V, . - 1 1. SI-.
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NT-auglo-eodly-r ' - ' ' ' ''
! - BOOTS AND SHOES.
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CHEAP. BOOTS AND SHOES.
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T S. SHEP'RD HATING FORMED
a a partnership with G. HORIGER. for the
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i NO. ia & SOUTH HIGH, StJEEt- -
PROPKIETUKS COLCIIIBUK POW
HrRMAGAZl.NR. and aent forth. ..!. .r
Hazard Powder Comnanv 'a Powriar-. a .. c
7, , c - - IUI
'he sale of
UABDNEK, PH1PFS' A CO.'S : "
Celebrated Sugar Cstred Ifaiats.
i 1 i 3 : - and dealers in , vi -j. ' .-i. ..-
FOKEIGN, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
... UKUOJi-K-iJSa . .r
in all their varieties. Imported Wines. Rranrlia.
Cigars, etc- - 1 ..,. ; iull-eedlv
JOSEPH H. G-EIGER
Attorney at; Lttw,1 "
PAR80FB BTJILDIHO, ; ,, -. , "
augM-eodSm ' COB . TO WAit EIQHSTS. '
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
Shortest "V Mm..- .WeTmey
Chtusre ofl'ar. ia -1
V .u oris and lattiainapolis. '
FOUR TRAINS I. ALy leave Uafon A.epot"?-
(!.JV ''J'OLEpO'' EXPRESfrcSnnlayi
bcbaoa8l-Ar. s.t; Piqaa,lai05 ; Liner Uioi
P. M.- Toledo 8:45 P. fi.; Detroit 6:10 K ir '
Passengers by this tram a rat ra an etede.;oi.'
Detroit 3 It sure ahead, of any other rout
1V cP'd-)l Arrives at Urbana K P. M.i
Piqua 8:55 P. U. Bradford Jaaatlorr 8:IB P. I-.;
Richmond 435 P.M.r AsAiianapolia 7:30 P. M., Lo
f M- H f ori A. M.J Calasburg
SwiiA-1 i il,?8 8:00 M.i JLafaVette
lriOOP-. M.; Sprinefteld. Illinois. - A, M ; Ouin
cy 1.46-' M-j.tSokukS.-oa Vw M. . .' . 7
Passengers by this trsiu reach Stt.oul'tlienext
mnrainf linn r. ah.arf - ,
aU, .-other Toutes -, 7 , . ..... .
yAiJ PRESS (Sundays excented Arrives at
PlauaS?4fl P. M , i..nutrt a-m. a u . r
:15 A, ili Indianapolis 25. A. ,M.:"Terre -Haute
S35A. Mj Evansville 6X9 P; M.;'Mattoon 8a&A.
M.r'fana'liM A M4 Alto )H .. St. Louis,
:45 P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.: Sprinafleld, IllsT
t:05P. M.: Qatncy 730 P. M.; ksoknk 8:4 j M.r
Louisville 7:45 A. M 7 Nashville 530 P.M ; Mem-
.Atf.,T,l 4 . -H-:
'.'F- .'3iTKKrAN ELEGANT .'rn-.vnV
8 1 o e tv I H ''-? T Wi t :
RUN IN THIS TRAtS m1! rnrnirin a urn
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTonw ll.i..
' MILES. WIraOUT CHANGE-j 3':i
Arriving at St. Louis IO kenrs aad Louisville!
8 hours ahead of any. other route. '
1fl!i ,AV-M- KIf.HI EJPRESSi. Daily to In
hf y. .inapolis.and, Sundays exoepted.-to
f'ritLegansport8S8 A.M.1 Peoria
"j6-". MChwaao l-KWP.M-; Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.; Tetre Haute 10:50A.M.; Evansville IOtfOlVMi
Mattopn 1:19 P. M.: Csir-tS A. M.: Pana :15 P.
Altpa 7:19 P. iL-. Hu Louis 8:10 M.-y Laiay
t M.; Louisville 4.30 J. ji.. tfaahvMe
4 AO A. M., Memphis 8:U P. M. -iti -:..,;."T.tT .
.Passengers by this train reach Rt Losis 4I ud.
Chicago 0 hours akeai bf any other
route. ... .1. . , j ,-. i
State Rooin."TeepIiif' Cam
RON IN THIS TRAIN ' ' -FROM
PITTS BURGH TO IHDIANAP0LI3 J'
i enuu WITHOUT CHANGE.'! 1" i";'M
: Call for Tickets vis Logaasport oi KfchmoddV
a Tickets for sale at Union and Piqua Depots,
Otrtumbuu and- at all principal Railroad Tieket
ymces. '' - - 7-
1 . li-o-.j f.CTApLE-.GwlTiekeAt-..vy
-. ,J. M..LU AT. General Superintenden . j
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
no-.-t'- g tr
, -., ,., jii . i -,r,. r n , rrK,
! " KfSaE--iS
!.'.' .05 i!J;i:t f-tOSU os-oAl 1; fOirJ-M ,,j;-
Three Xraina f.eaveColsmbnet;a i'fl'J
; !0pot Ataily (Muadavt -.uwpted.. ,.,
8:iO A. M. N1GHTHBXPRESS. arrivin""15
Kanesviile at 4:38 A. M Bellaire- at 8J0 A. Mi
Baltimore, at 4 JO A. M.; Vr aahington City at SOI
A. M. J l-'ili' 1 -. -i,j 1,;
' IKlOi A. M." LIGHTING EICPRESS'V iriving T
at Zanesville at 1:15 P. Bellaire at 4 -JO P. M. -Balumors
at 8 SO A. M-; Washingtoii City at
i X xi I'lt' lixir.
2:00 P. M.EXPRESj.AAIL, arriving at Zanes-
vills at 4:46 P. Bellaire at 8A0 PMk Baltunore
at 4:45 P. M.;' Washington City at 5:.
at a:o r . M.
. These traina are from TWO to EIGHT hours ,(
in advance of all other routes, to .Baltimore and .
Washington. ' ' . . .'.
Close oonnectiens made at Baltimore and Wash--
ington with trains for Philadelphia' and New York.'! 7
rassngers noiding tn rough tickets to Easturaf
oities hare the privilege of
Fisitin Washington ' Citj Free.
No Change of Cars atOhlo Riveri
Ask For TICKETS TlaEIlAfR.
: it. if, tCrf -.. , 1. .. 1 ... gr
' JNO L. WILSON. Master of TransportaHoa. I
fcrM-JEPLE. General Ticket Ageat. , A
JNO. W. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Aft.
maylS -' . . . - .1 sil
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
"I '! . .,'t I'.!- ; i: ,. .. :.-; i. -,1 (f .,. . .: .
On an after MONDAY. May. 11th. 1808, FOB
, TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus ,.
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, BT....
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND. IN
DIANAPOLIS 4 CHICAGO,
Withon fchange of ears to DAYTON and RICH
- MOND, and only ons change of cars to IN- ;
j . DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO.
Connections are reliable as follows
' ; . -.FIRST TRAIN Daily). . - . ::
Leaves at 1:20 A. M. for Cincinnati.' Circlerille 1'
aneaster, tuusooro ana M niiueotne; stops at Lon
don, Xema, Morrow, and Loveland, arrivinc a f
CinoinnatiatejOa m. , . . .' r : v-t ' -: -. :
; : -l-..--l r--r !! SECOND TRAIN. ' If-' !
fi v 'Jl ! (Daily except Sundays J''-i ;
Leaves at 6 UK) A- M. for Cincinnati. Dayton-
Richmond, Indianapolis and Cbicago, and stops at
' West Jefferson, London. tfouth Charleston, cMma, r '
Cedarville.Xenia, Springyalley.Corwin, Morrow.
South Lebanon. Fosters, Lorelan,. tiijford.ac
riving at Cino-onatl -at l(h35 A. M., connecting
' with the Mail Boats, . , S1,j ,., . . .
!.: -ti ..- THIRD- TRAIN. '" 1 '
: 1 . .;'. , mJi fDafly except Bundsyg.)' ' ' ' '' '
leaves at ie:U5 K- M for Cincinnati. Dayton aad ; '
1 Sprirgfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati eA ,1
6d P. U. - - - -
it. ..f :--:' FOURTH TRAIN.
!: Daily except Sundays.!1
01 L-.iH -.it !- '
Leave at 8:16 P. M. for dbeianati, Vavten an
Springfie d via London, stopping at Alton, West,
1 Jefferson, London, South Charleston. 13elma, '
I Ce-iarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, aad ar '
, riving at Cincinnati itUMI.H, j. , . .
irl s,:v r.ia
Sleeping Cars sa all f Ijhl" Tral,
':"'' '"" HENRY'BROOKS. Ticket Agnt. ;V
M JNO. W. DOHERf Y, Agent. " "
i JOHN DURAND. T
.. 1 -: Ge1 Ticket AgtJ '- ' ' mayW '
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
' '''rAji HARDLE ROUTE. ' J !'
on and attar- June 39th. iftf. train, -in n- .
Leave. ; , N. Y.' Express.
Columbu.., SK) A. M.,
Newark .-...-...-.8:45 A. M.'
Arrive at. .
f Ma?!' -7strLhie '"
1:15P.M. .110 A.M.,.
h.Ki t U 1 l4.i r t
t-M P. M.
. A.WKy jti,
' 5:16 P. M,
'' 76 P. M. '
6 sl A.M, .
Pittsburgh ...111 10 A. M
w in xr '
Harrisbarg.... MO P. M -4k-0 P. M.
New -York.... 6:0A. M.
Baltimore. 6:45 A. M.v
Washington... 9:40 A. M, ,
e5 P; M.
Aioston.. onsi r. m.
E'ec.Dt atae room sleeping cars on all night trains'.
On tha P.at tinnt), . -l -Kr. r -A .;!.. V-. J
clay and niaht cars are ran ihrnaah from Columbn -to
Philadelphia and few York without change t.
S3 Passengers by the 5:00 A. M. Sunday train
arrive in New York et 5 o'clock Monday morning
an advantage never before offered-
i .. H. F. SCULL.'' '' '
-L.i GenTTieket Ag't, Steabeoville , fa. ;,
. W. W; CARD. Supenntendert, steubenviho. O '
, t . . H. B. BRoOKS. r. '
H JOHN'S. TETERSi-genCo?i,B'-'.-i
I .WHOLESALE - GROCERS.
Wf . BltOOgg. ALII. B0D8T0M. irM. H. 8L D "
J, & Bi BROOKS "
Cor. Blek ABI(h 8ta., Cslnmkns, " i
Vholbsale Grocers; . ,
II IV ' flP.T1.Airg Ttni'RS " Awn wrnraben. l-
nd Sugars, Coffee, Teas Spices, Tobiooo ' l
t i Luwi