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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
V
ttawtag the arrival sad departure of train, at Co
embus, Ohio. On and after Monday. Ma 4
J tinu wiU ran a follow. :
Ctevelaa.1, calaniku Clam K. R. '
Jt X '".' '' 'i. ' ""' ' '". laTB. :; ARaiVE
N.Y.SWestern Express.. 1:10A.M. IttlA.M'
Maw York EipreM,..,......li:10 A. M. H:io P. M.
Mail aa apresa... S-.S0 P. M. 9:10 P. M.
I "elawar. Aoooro tnodation ., 3:06 p. M. lots A. M.
JU. 1 Aoeooemoaetiou.. .. 5:00 A. jjf. js p. M
' '. Tbit train learaa Sunday moraine no Monday.
f..rwt MK PATTERSON Atsat. :.
Uttl mtanat Ac Catanabaa Xtnla M.H,
. , . ,-,.ej -LEAVE. ARRIVE.
NlghtExpree........v..:.. ISO A. M. 19:56 A.M.
-tJtnainnati AooummodaUon. SMA.U.:' :SS P. M.
SxpcW..... 12:45 P.M.. 11:0A.M.
Express., 6:15 P. M. 1:55 e. 41'
Ei - . JNO. W. jjOHERTY. Agent.
Haltlaaara ehto Kailroad, Central
..::, sjhto tslvislou.
.. .! ".- .:i t.at.':;: arrive.
Night Express.....,... Mo A. M.; Jl:J5 P. M.
Lightning axpress.
.11:10 A. M. ' 4:45 P. Mt
Axpreaa Jdaii...
IM P. M. 11:30 A. M.
Vataaakas. Chirac a4 ladiaaa Cen
. . ,v tvaA Kaitwar. .. .... ., ;
LEAVE. .
,...12:0i A. M
.... 6M A. M.
.... 540 P. M.
' AEE1VE.
S:16 A. M.
1:50 P. U.
10 P. M.
Night Express.....
Accommodation....
-Western Express..
-Day Axpreas
f'-T.:-' i
13:10 P. M.
11:00 A. M.
. G. A. Hiu. Agent.
evaaaaajr, Maaaflala c Newark. K.H.
Tialna leave Newark and arrive at follows '
IE AVE. ARRIVE.
.. 6 00 A.M. 11X5P.M.
.10.MA.M. S.S5K.M.
,. SAS P.M. 9.45 A.M.
Freight. . . . . .
SMail and Express.......
Jaeasaeld hxpceee .
n, .- ,,.. .... .A. w. ajemkis. Agent.
JPattsfcarsh, ClaclaaaU 4c , shawls
JHallway. . r .
New Tark Erprea....... S.-00 A: M. 11:15 P. M.
-Ijghtainfbxprea..., ..1.1130 A. M.. ; 6:00 P. M.
Mill and Express ...:1JP. M. . 11:66 A.M.
llanaiion Asoommodation 6 KM A. M. ' 60 P. M.
New YorkKxprees ran daily. All other traina
ran daily except Sunday.
Dennisoa AocommodatieBp itarta from freight
Johit B. PxTEBe. AeenL
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
Xaatara TTironrh Ha Pi,
" ' via SteubenTilIa ana
- Pittabantb
Saatorn Way Maila. C. C.
AU.B
Borthwast. via Ft, W. A
r V..V.C.V. J. R. B.
-Cbicat o. via U. P. A i. U.
. U.4U.K.K
Idtti Miami R-R-. Thro'
tLlnlo Miami B. R., Way.
Uv.0. K. B. aark,
Zanearilla k Wheeling.
Q. O. K, Way...
C- y. A 1., Through and
f Way-....
CiroleTilla, CbilUeothe A
! PerUmouth ,
aocattar. Ohio..;
East ay, National Boad.
tt. Varan Way.Weetaf
rilla.4c
Horth Columbus and Clin-
--tooTilla...
W aahington U JH..via Har
1 liaburg, (tri-weklyj
arriyea Mondaya Wed
nesdays, & Fridays, and
! leaves Toosdaya,Thura-
70-
H&tm and batnrdaya.... J
Tntra Villaaa. i tri-week-i
lyj Tuesdays.Tharadays Ug,
anrl SuttmiaTfl... . - -
115
Oaaica Horaa. Offioa ooana at TK o'clock A. M..
and closes at TH P.M. Sundays, opens at8H A. M
end closes at ax A. M. " ' ,
J - Mails eloae an Sondays at 4 P. M. ' H - . )
a. m. r. m. A. m. r, m
not MJ M.-0 1M ,
.... on, ..... i:ow u
10 JO .... .... H,aS
,.! . I i :;, ; .
HM .... . 10
loao i.i. : .... 140
'
;
-
....1830 .... bjh
'..- lioo ;;;.
"110 ....' 406
Wl30 .... .... . i
11:3- 7:3U '
v n& i... . .
'..! 1S30 l.0 7.SC :
.... uao ,730 :
.... in luw ,,.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
The Paris Girls.
V At the public yon ,
the rare beauty of the girls--girls and !
women of the people. . , The black -eyed '
pr., blonde Parisian, slender,' graceful,
nervous, all fire and action; or the peas
ant girl, large, ronnd, soft, ruddy, qniet.
One obscure Parls'model, I knew, was a
tall, blonde Lombard girl,, with luxnri- :
ant, tAwny hair,; which, always in "ad-'
mired disorder ,'was simply drawn back
nd twisted' on' the' head. She loved
Victor Hugo's books, waa a Bed Repnb-:
lican, and would have fought and sung i
Vjn the barricades like an Amazon of
Liberty, with .the same careless . spirit
that she Wig and sat in Parisian studios, i
She had eyes blue aa her own Adriatic, k '
finely-formed full mouth, a fair ' skin,
and a superb neck, well placed.' "She
carried her head like a swan. Although
poor, almost homeless, no social slavery ;
dad touched' her.! '; Her; face was t wild
and free like a Bacchante's, A. great
painter could have found an immortal
type in brr large noble face and heroic
figure could have seen under the rags
of her poverty an' antique virgin, sister
of the YeUus of Milo.i How long would :
an artist have to hunt in New York or
Boston for; such a typel - We. produce
one type" the girlt of the period '
who,, generally , over-dresses, ; who, is
pert,, and . tririaU , who .is , intelli
gent., 'and vivacious,' . but.': dreams -just
as little as her brother the clerk, tr
her father the banker. ' They have but
one idea it is to advance." The girl of
the Continent dreams, feels poetry, is
Imfrepsiomble, naive, and has senti
fornt; if of the people,, she is generous
and respects her impulses. , I have Been
in Paris, at the pnblie concerts, ' French
girls, ' white ' and ' blonde," demure and
frail, delicate, like Ne w England Sunday
school teachers; looking at them, you
could not expect anything but a tract or
hymn, but they give you something
very different
A type very often seen in the beauti- ,
fnl dark woman, with An oval face, dead
olive.. kin, -rery pale. Oriental eyes, -stained
with henna, hair in great flat
bands on the temples, coiled and twist
ed, behind, a type admired by Gautier,
Baudelaire and De Musset; the kind of
woman ;' of whom "De Musset wrote:
Two ; destroying angels, sweet and
cruel; walk invisible at her side; they
Atlantic.
Remarkable Superstition.
,i.The i. Monongahcla Republican ' has '
the following: Not long ago, the young
and .beautiful wife of . one of our citi-.
sens Was called to. her , final account, '
leaving her . husband - sad, disconsolate
and bereft. 1 She was buried in the ad
jacent cemetery, and the husband return- ;
ed to his' desolate "home, but not to for- :
get the loved one. She was present with, .
him by day.-iin spirit and in bis dreams j
at night. One peculiarity of his dreams,
and ' one" that hannted-him being re
peated night after night was this:; that
the spirit of his wife came to his bed-. :
side and told him that the undertaker
lad sot f removed ' from her face the
square piece of muslin or napkin, which
had been used to cover her face after
death ; ' but ' had screwed down
her coffin-lid, with it upon her, and that
she could not breathe in her grave, but
was unrest on account of the- napkin.
He tried to drive the dream away, but
it bided with him by njght, and troubled
him by day. He sought the consolation of
religon, and his pastor prayed with him
and assured him that it was wicked to
indulge such morbid fancy. ' It was the
subject of his own petition befoie the
Throne of Grace; but still the spirit
came and told anew the story of her
suffocation. In despair, he sought the
undertaker, Mr. Dickey, who told him;
that the napkin had not been removed,
bat ' urged him to forget the , circum
stance, aa ' it could ' not be any possi
ble ' annoyance to inanimate . clay.
While the gentleman frankly acknowl
edged .tbis, he . could not avoid the ap
parition, and continual etrsss upon his
mind began to tell Upon his heeltl'. At
length he determined to have the body
disinterredand visited the tuidertakerj
for that purpbse..irHe,waa met with: the
same advice and persuasion, and con
vinced once more' of his folly, the haunt--;
ed man returned to . his home. That
night,'mbre vivid than ever,! more terri-.
bly real than before, she came to his
bedside" : and. upbraided him for his.
.
want of. affection, , and would not
leave . Lim until he tad prom,
ised ' to romof e the . - .cause of
all her Buffering. The next night, with
a friend, he repaired to the sexton, who
was prevailed upon to accompany then.
and there, by the light of the cold, rout d
moon, the body was lilted from its nat
row bed, the coffin lid unscrewed, and
the napkin removed from the face of the
corpse. 1 bat night she came to his bed'
side once more, but for the last timt,
Thanking him for his kindness, - she
pressed her cold lip to his cheek, and
came again no more. Header, this is a
true story; can you explain the mystery
lJs?-il zzm- t.M' ' 1
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Oricikal Color, remove Dandruff -
CUBES ALL DISEASES OF THE SCALP, .
Prevent Baldness, and makes the hut
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area oowes xor va.uu. '',..-... - u
An sr. J. feohneller,
'Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer. )lumbus. 0
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seplT-drAsiwly , . - . ;v
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fall, every kind or nn- .
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or' Itrhlna". trrltatlnc or
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WATCHES, CUtCKS.JEWELRY)
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MISCELLANEOUS.; .,
limes of Holding- Court
In the Fifth Jixuicifrt IJlfS
triet of Ohio for 1800.
The State of OMo, M
Franklin county,
r T. S. sh PABD, CLERK or THE
A Col
Court of Common Pleas within and for said
county, do hereby certify that the following; order
ty.
ily
is truly laaea enu oorrevuy uvytou iruui we journal
of said Court, to-wlt:
Time of Holding Courts in the Fifth Judicial
District of VMoJor 1SUU.
It Is hereby ordered thst the order heretofore
made on the 18th day of September. A. i). 1888.
issued, fixing the days of the commencement of
the uonrts of ucminon rieas and Jfiatnot Courts
ot said Judicial District, be hereby amended, and
that the District Conrts and Courts of Common
Pleas for the year A. D. 1869 shall begin in the
several counties of the - ifth Judicial Die trio t of
tne state ot umo, ai ine uines iouowing :
DISTRICT COURT. .
Msdison. May4th. I Fayette, May 14th. "
Kranklin, Mar Sth. - I Ross, August31st.
Pickawav, May luth. - I Highland. Sept. Sd.
Adams, Sept, 6th. I Brown, Sept. Sth.
Clermont, tSept, 13th. I .- ,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. ' '
Brown, Febrnary 0th. June 1st, November 3d.
Adams, January 37th, May 18tb. September 31st
Clermont. January Sth, June 29th, October 6th
Highland. Jat.uarr 13th. May 18th. Ootober 13th,
Kofb. Jannarv S6th. June Int. Novembar 3d.
Fayette, February 33d. Juno 39tb. September
a 1st.
Madison. February 31, Vay 18th, October 19th.
Pickawav. March Sth. June 15tb. November Sd
Franklin, February 16th, June 1st, November
15th
In witness whereof we have hereunto set our
bands.
ALFRED S. DICKEY.)
J. Q. ASHBURN, Judges.
JOaEPH OLDS, J
i - In testimony whereof I have hereunto aub
' scribed my name and affixed the seal of
I SEAL said Court at ' rlumbus. this 30th day
of October. A. D. 1888.
T. S. SHEPARD, Clerk.
Ootober 31, 1868. oct31-dltw3w
Sherift's Sale.
G. Blynn 1 tlourt of Common Pleas
vs of
Wm.
Thomas B.
Blynn at al.) Franklin county.
tin partition )
TS PURSUANCK OF AN ORDER OF SALE I
X. the above stated case, to me directe 1. 1 will of
fer for sale at the door of the conrt honae. in the
city of Columbus, on
Saturday, toe 2Sih day of November, A.D
- lews, - ' ' - -.
at S o'clock P. M. of said day. the following de
sribed real estate, situate in Franklincounty, State
of Ohio, to-wit:
Lot number one (1) of a subdivision of outlots of
the city of Columbus, numbers fifty-nine (59),
sixty (60) and sixtv-one (61), n ade by Samuel Me
dary. as per plat thereof recorded in book 8, page
534 of the records of deeds of said eounty, being
the same premises eonvryed to William Blynu by
'I ho-va S. Baldwin, by deed dated April. 23d, A.
D. 1860.
Terms of Sale One-third eah on day of sale,
one-third in one year, and one-third in two years
thereafter, with interest from said day of sale, the
deferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon
the premises sold.
Appraised at sii,w. v, - , , --r
Printer's fees 13 7S. '-
GEORUE H. EARHART. Sheriff.
By J. S. Bull. Deputy.
J. W. UALbWIN, Att y. ' . OCtX4-dlUlWtd
Sh rift's Sale. . .. ;
Newell P. Mix, , ) Court of Common Flea
vs . ' . of
Michael Engel et" al.) '' 1 Franklin eounty.
TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
A. - the above stated ease from said eonrt. So me
directed, I will afier for sale at the door of tfieeourt
house, in the city of Columbus, on ...,
Saturday, the 2sth dav of November, A. D.
... . JotSo,
at 1 o'clock P. MM the following described real es-
ta'e, to-witt
The anuth half of lot number seven in Born A
Jennies' add tion to the city of Columbus, Ohio, as
per recorded plat thereof teoorded in plat record
No. 1, page 175, being the same premises conveyed
to said Magdalena Engel by Noah VV iggias, by deed
dated May 13th. A. D. 1864.
Appraised at v4i as.
Printer's fees ll 00. '
d , GEORGE H. EARHART.
Sherifi and Master Commissioner.
By J. R. Bull. Deputy.
J.W. Baldwin, Att'y. ocl24-dltlwtd
Drs 'Warner & Eihminger,
DENTISTS,
BTJCKETB " TtTiO 03X.
REOARDIHO THE TEETH OF THE
first imDortance to beal tb comfort and beaut v.
we cordially invite you to call at onr pleasant Den
tal rooms. No. 18 East Kroad street..
Your intelligence will discriminate between the
ignorant pretender and the properly Qualified Den
tist. i ;
Artificial teeth made by us are worn with com
fort aid serve the purposes' ot speech, mastication
and beauty. As Demists we 4aatbe the beet, and
furnish all that's good.. ,
Teeth extracted witnout. pain . yi-wom :
NOTICE.
NANCY DAVIS, RESIDING IN LEXING
TON. Holmes oonntv. Mississioni. will tak
notiee that Marshall F. Davis, of Franklin county,
Ohio. did. on th 6th day of October. 1868. file his
etition in tbeomce ot tne uierK oi tne oourt ol
'An-mnm 1- I . . a within ttnit fnr saiit Mnni, nf
Franklin and State of Ohio, charging the said Nan
cy Davis with willful absenoe from the petitioner for
more than threeyears lsst past, and asking that he
may be divoroed from the said Nancy Davis, which
petition will stand for hearing at the next t? rm of
said Conrt, and. on and after six weeks from the
date of this notiee. ' -!i
October sin, raw. .
MARSHALL F. DAVIS.
Sr arrow A Weight, Att'ys. '' cet9-w6w
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
I WILL SELL OR EXCHANGE FOR PROP
V.RTv in the eitt of Columbus, a farm of 160
acres of land near Ottawa, the county seat of Put
nam c.nnntv. Ohio, and will nav the difference, if
any. in cash. Tne land is situate at the corner of
oross roads, has house on it and twenty or thirty
sores cleared. It is very rich land, and well tim
bered with walnut, ash, sugar-tree and spice bnscb
A good bargain will be given. . m
1 . n. an I'riE. rf o.
Office, corner of High and Broad streets.
mar2-wtf
Merchants' Bank.
NOTICE IS HLREBT GIVE TO THE
bnldera of the ontatandina notes ot the Mer
chants' Bank of Massillon, and all others concerned
that in pursuance to toe provisions ot tne 4i?t flec
tion of the charter of raid Bank, that application
will be made to the Auditor, Treasurer and Secre
tary of State to surrender the Bonds deposited tn
seenre the circulation of ssid Bank after the expi
ration of six months from this dare.
. . .1. oiccnr. rTet-s.
S. HUNT, Cashier
Massillon, May 28. 1868. . u5-w6m
Attachmeiit.
Elias Fisher. Befor Jas. M. Pax ton, J. P
vs. of Norwioh township.
James Lishley.) Franklin coun'y. Ohio.
ON THB EIGHTH DAY OF OCTEBER, 1868.
said Justice issued an order of attachment in
the aove action, ter the sum of Thirty Dollars.
Hilliard, Oot, 14th. laea. .
oetl73w-r ELIAS F13HER "
Farmers and Farmers' Sons
Wanted to encase in a business, during the Fall
and W inter, paying from 150 to $200 per month.
Address. 'i :
, ?EIGLER, McCURDY k CO.,
Q0t6-v"n . . Cincinnati. Ohio.
Joseph Wittman, plaintiff,! State oi Ohio, Frank-
-1 againss i nn eoupt,y. v.ourfcoi
Henry Maurer, defendant.) Common Pleas -
TASK MAID HE.1BI lTlAtlKf.il, gE
fendant, will take notion that on the 1st day
of October, A. D. IBes, the said plain tit), Josepn
Wittman, filed his petition in the Conrt of Com
mon Pleas in and for the oounty of Franklin and
State of Ohio, to reoover from the said defendant
the sum of One Thousand dollars, with interest
fiom the 3d day of September, A. D. 1868, on his
eertaiu pxomi--aory note due upon said day.and
unpaid, and praying loraiuagnenuor said amount
with interest aa aforesaid, and that the said
nlaintiff has censed an attachment to he levied, in
said causa, upon tue folio wit g described property
belonging to said ueienoam. to-wit: oolh num
bered 11. H.1S. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. IS, SO. 1, VS. 30, 31.
32 as SA. 36. 36. 37. 38. 40. 41 . 42. 43. 44. 45. 48. 47. 48.
49,60, 61,62,53,54, 65, 66.57.68,59 and 60 in Henry
Maury's addition to the city of Columbus, in said
oounty of Franklin and State of Ohio, as marked
on tne plat ot said addition recorded in tne omce oi
the Rtcorder of Franklincounty.
The said defendant is required to answer by tne
third Saturday after the 13th day of November
A. I). 18S8. JOSEPH WITTMAN.
By Dkbsel 4 A1AT0, CIS att ja.
oct3-w6w ,
Western Bksbbvb BAKr.f
Wabren, Ohio. August 10. 1S61. (
N
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
holders of the outstanding noses of the late
Western Reserve Rank, aud to all other parties in
fArA.tad. that after the expiration of six months
frum 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 seenre the
outstanding circulation of said Bank, in pursu
. AA Ar ik. rr,rt-.v-fifr.h (45) section of an act entit ed
t'An act to incorporate the State Bankof Ohio,
and other Banking Companies," passed Febrnary
24,1846. Tf Tj otmivs P.;j..i
M.
B. Tatler, Cashier.
August 18. U68.
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0F-
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- scchas -
Consumption in its early stages, Enlargemen
and Ulceration of thi Olanda. Joints,
. Bones, Kidneys and Uterus, , -Chronio
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ko. -,. :
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GENERAL ' ' HEALTH,
. . AND ALL DISEASES QF THB
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IT IS PERFECTLY- HARMLESS, never pro-
j . .v- -i:-u. . :
UUOIUK U1B BUKUWS, 1UJUI J.
THB ROS AD ALI3
Is not a secret medicine. The articles from which
it ia made are nnblished around each bittle. and it
is used and recommended by the Medical raeolt).
where'er it hs been introduced, as a POS1 11 Vh
and RELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of the
blood Liver and Kidneys.
' tW Used ' and Indorsed by the
leudlae Physicians everinhere It
is kaewa, . ' . -: ;
1 The following, among many hundreds of out best
citisens, testify to its wonderful emcaoy; -.
CERTIFICATE A FROM PHYSICIANS. ,
' Baltimore, Md.. March. 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROADALIS" to be
the si it altkeat.vk in usb, and tberefose
oheertuily recommend it as sncn.
. , THOMAS J.B0YK1N.M.D,
Baltimoki. February 10, 18C8.'
Dn. J. J. liAWHHNCK.
Debb Sir I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADAL1S as a very powerful alterative. Ihave
seen it used in two oases with happy resnlta one a
caae of seoondarv syphilis, in which tbe natient
pronounced himself cured after having takes five
bottles of ioor medicine. Tne otner a are ol
scrotals, of long standing, which is rapid! improv
ing ander ita use, and tbe indications are that tbe
patient will soon recover. I have carefully exam
ined tbe formula by which your hoseda.is is made,
and find it an excellent compound of alterative in
gredients. . x ours traiy.
i R. W.CARR, U D
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe
and reliable alterative.. Ac., and take pleasure ia
recommending it to tne profession and tne public.
- A. D.MOORE. M.D.,
L. A.ST1TH, M. D.,
J. H. W1NSTEAD, M.D.,
R. O. BAKHAM.M. D.. ."
W. (J.DUUUAN. M.D .
' E. BARNES. M. D..
; . B. VV. KING, U. D.,
i. WOODARU. M. D..
i. - W. T. BHEWER.M. D..
. W.J. BULLOCK. M.D.
'.TaniirvT tPHK.
i hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with the ahove named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability and standing in tbis
eommumty. T. C. DAVIS.
: Mayer of Wilson, N. C.
January II, 1868. ....
Rosadalis will Cnre the Wtr
Cases of Scrofula Itead the
Statement Ilelo-vr and Iespalr
Not. . .
Wilsoh Countt. September 10, 18ST.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My yonngesi
frhtj. airpft five veAra. haa been drearlfnll. af
flicted with r-rrofula nearly all. her life. I tried a
great many physiciHng. but without relieving her
much; in fact, most of them said there was no hope
of cure. During tne Jastf prirg sne wa worse tnaa
ever: her body and limbs being covered with sore,
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulce ated
and swollen. W bile in tftis condition l was ad
rifed bv Dr. L. A. fetith to try your Rosadalis. I a'
nee procured three bottles, and commenced giving
it to ber. The effect was magical. In less than a
nonth.to my great astonisnment, sne wasenurelj
urs, with much respect and gratitude.
W. rY. CctiJiii';
ICosadalis Cores nil Skin DlseasesV
Wilson, N, C. September IS. 1867,
Dr. Lawrence; Dear Sir In 18M my son. now
aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, which completely destroyed hit
. . . . t . i . . . ., .
ooaim. De nas neeu nmiouiu who u inveterate
ami extreme! v troublesome Eruption of tbe Skin.
sometimes breaking out in sores.-Ac. Rosadalis was
pres ribed by my family physiciun.Dr. A, D. Moore.
Attor taKing it a lew wee&s my son oecame ana re
mains entirely well.
. Yours truly. . . J. B. DANIEL.
Chronic Liver Complaint Cured.
This la to certify that I was cured of Chronio Lit
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Koeadalia, after
having been confined to my t ed and house for a long
time, and trying various medicines without benefit.
I know of several others in this oounty cured
through the use of Rosadalis, and it can be found in
nearly every bouse in my neignbornood, and tnej
all ciaise it asa great medioine.
THOMAS THORN. '
Green County, August 14, 1867. , (. s -y j
Rosadalis Is a Potent Remedy in all
Chronic Diseases, r
Fbom G. W. Blodkt. Esq., Attobnkt at Law
Wilson. North Carolina.
I have been cored of Chronio Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of tn years' standing, by
Rosadalis.
GEO. W. BLOU
Rosadalis will Care the ' Tery
Worst Cases of Chronic
'' Rhenmatism. :l
Portsmouth, Ya JVabrnary 86. 1888. '
Captain J.H.Baker: . . -:
I)i i r Sir- This is t a artifv that I have ham
afflicted with Kheuncalism for the last five or six
years, many times aaoie co move. 1 tried all med
loines recommcdsd to me for the disease, without
receiving any lLefit. Having heard "Kosadalia"
bigbly spoken of, 1 procured a bottle, and, finding
some relief, continued it nntil I am happy to say
that I am completely well--
I not only consider the Rosada is" a sovereign
remedy for Rhenmatism, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive. and I ebeerfully reoommend it to tbe
'afflicted," Yours, very truly.
Wilsoh. Jannary7, 188. '
I hereby certify tbat I have used Dr. Lawreooe's
justly celebrated Rosadalis in my family as a gen
eral Alterative and Tnnio. with the most satisfac
tory results, and I therefore conscientiously reoom
mend it to the public as a medicine of rare and gen
uine merit. James w. davis.
Bheriff of W ilson eounty. N.C,'
Rosadalis. This medioine has met with an nn.
precedented success in ihiBeominunity. Capt. Ba
ker, the polite and attentive agent for this city, in
forms us tbat it is next to impossible to supply tbe
demand made for it: and tbat tbe medicii e is effect
ng some wonderful cures, and giving great satis
faction to all who bave used it HoroUt ( Va.)
Daily Journal, JTovemtber 39, 1887. . , , . .
Prepared only by J. J. LAWRENCE. M. P.,
Chemist, Baltimore, Md., (late, of n ilson, H, C.)
Price tl&Oper bottle. ...
aaSold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
Druggists in an tne large cities oi too unitea states
and British America, and retailed by druggist
every where. . : .
Alt letters oi inquiry ao.,puiFiiy mirawereu,
mh J I.AWKKNCK ACO. aola nm-
prietors and manufacturers. 244. Baltimore street.
Baltimore, lid
WESTERN 3DE POT,.
W. A. TJTJC3-C3r.igr,
230 Vina St., Cincinnati. O.
A9For sale in Columbus by Braun. Brueb k Co.
Huston k Gardner,. 6; E. Samuel k Co., and K
Jones A Son, maylJ-diwly
TRANSPORTATION.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
—AND—
Cincinnati Railroad.
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3B"iTr Trealxxfls 13 evil v.
- .- EXCEPT SUNDAY. "
From Colnmbns, in connection with Trains on the
. Utile MJaml fc Colnmbns etc Xeali
. Railroads.'! :, )
'J . NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1
. A. M. . Will stoo at Oelawmre. Cardimrlnn
Gallon. Crestline, Shelby, Mew London. Welling-'
, ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland ai
O0 A. 34., New York 740 A. M. This train leaves
' Sunday morning, not Monday.
NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Colnmbns
st 3Mi a. M. w ill stop at au way stations . Juil
train starts froji the Freight Yard. ' 1
..- NEW YOB el EXPRi.8-Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A. M. Will stop at Delaware Cardingtoo.Ual
-ion. Craatline. Shelby. New London. Wellington
Orafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3:64
1 r. m ., new r oni next day at sas r. M.
HAIL AND EXPRESS-1 Leaves Columbus at J
I u w;il -. . iv : i : ' .
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
wbw xjonaon. vv eiungton. uraitonand rierea. Ar
rive at Cleveland at 9-25 P. M Near Ynrk lnm P M
SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWARE. weaves tJolumbus at 3:06 F. M. Will
atop at all stations between Columbus and Spring
field, arriving at Delaware at 4:Iu P. M., Springfield
C0 P. M. Ibis train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M., arrives at Delaware at 8:10 A. .M.; Colnuibuj
106 A. M. .
Pa ten t Sleepln g Cars are ran on ai
flliKbt Train, to Cblcaco .
- Hew York and
:'Bolon...'
Baggage checked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and
0VW lorn, vi vsesuine.
RETURNING:
Msht Exrrreas arrives at Colnmbna at 1:00 A . M
CinoinnaU Express arrive, at Columbus at HJe
r. fli -
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 0:10 P. M.
Springfield Aooouuuodation arrives at Colnmba
at was A.. M. c i , ,
Fare as I-sw as by- any Other Rontai
Ask for Ticket. Tfa Crestline or Cleveland. '
E. 8. FLINT. - 1
r- - Superintendent. Cleveland, Ohio.
, , , james Patterson. -
, . Agent, Columb a, Ohio.
Colnmbns, May 11. 1868.
NEW, YORK..
REEVES' AMBROSIA
FOB THE HAIR.
Improved! "
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.' ; , - i
It causes the Bair to Carl beaatifully. ' '
It keeps the Scalp C'ean and Healthy.
It invigorate, the Roots of the Hair. . , ' . . .
It foroes the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately .top. Hair Falling Out.
It keep, the Hair from Changing Color from Age.'
It restore. Grey Hair to itt Original Color.! ' '
It bring, out Hair on heads that have been bald lot
".;,:.: :; years.-' . y;.i , :lj
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
blesabstances, ' ' '
It has received over six thousand volnntary test!
nonial. of its exceUenoe, many which are from
. j physicians in high standing i.j : ;
It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown
in the glass), by Pruggists and Dealers in Eancy
Goods everywhere, at 0 oe Dollar per Bottle. Whole:
ale by Demas Barnes k Co.; F. C. Well, k Co.;
Schieffelin k Co., New York. sCHNT-meh27-dly
i -...t j. .. -1 -.1.-.'. (
.1"--
-"A New Article of Food,
. Tranelation
' It was Mi'Brilat Savarinl the celebrated French
Gastronome who first said, that the man who in
vents a new dish does more lor Society than the
man wno discovers a nanet." Tne - ' " 1
CACIO II IrlACCAROil -
er Italian vrevared Cheese Macearonl. Is now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome and piqnant
comestible (convenient lunch) for the use of Fam
ilies. Baohelors. Excursions (Picnics). Travelers.
and tor use in lieer a loons. iaror sample itooms.
It is eaten on Bread. Biscuit or Toast. 1 -
It is suitable for Sandwiches Inglese "Dve eU
tine a pane conaentro. especially is it adapted
for those climates 'where tbe article of cheese can
not be kept in a sound condition for any length of
time. i
- It may be used as a seasoning for Sonps. Hash or
stew. and warmed upon a stove, atter tne can
nas been opened, it ma ses, without turtaer prep
naration. a Delicious Welsh Rarebit.
' For Travelers and others, it is fsr more eonom-
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or got.
ted Meats.
' 'The proprietor. and.Patentee cannot bat ask for
it a trial.
Send (.1 for 8 iipm nozsN U lb Cans, and RICH
LY oiLDBDvbow card, seourely paokeo, and ship
ped per express to any address. A.inerai discounts
made to the trade. ...
N. It. The Caein Hi Maceamni ia nnfc nn in tin
brnes, and packed in cases of two doxen at t8 per
case, net oash. ' i ... -
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
fruit stores.
. Kesrjniuiihle ae-enta wanted evervwhera.
All orders aud communications .hould be ad
dressed to - ' 1
. THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY.
' ' 98 Liberty Street, New York,
VHT-sp29-deod6mos
PITTSBURGH.
(Natrona Saleratus
A. WORD WITH YOU!
TtRFAD IS XII K TFF OF LIFE-
X) your most important artiolool diet. The health
of your family largely depends upon it. being . :
LIGHT AND WHOLESOME.
' Would you have it sot Then nse only
NATRONA SALERATUS!
" swiT is Absolutely pore.-s
Whiter than snow: makes Bread always light
- wnite ano neautuui. t age a pouna noma
to your wife to-night. She will be
' ; ' delighted with it.
Buyers of Soda should try our
- NATROXA -
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We guarantee it not only far surerior to any other
American make, but even purer toantne bestrew
Casue or r.ngusn soda. . , ,
' MANUFACTURED BY THB '
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BOOTS AND SHOES.
T, 8. BKPARJ). , . G. HORIOIR.
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
-; ., NEW i-FIRM,:'. ,
T' 8. SHEPAItn HATIiO FORMED
a partnership with. G. H0R1GER, for the
purpose of carrying on the Boot and Shoe trade at
XO.. 103 SOUTH HIGH STBtET,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
pontic generally to can ano examine tneirnireana
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
Children's Boots and Sboes, this day received di
rect from the Kast, and which tbey are now offering
tor sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing depar'ment apeoial attention is given to
CUSTOM MADE WOMK, ?
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of public
natronaea. Pleaae eive aa a call, no trouble to
' .bow goods. . . . . ,unn:.v-
tteinemoer tne p.aee gH"SVAilD HORIGErT,
BColombus.O..Sept. M. 1888-
GROCERS.
31'COLM MILES ' & M'UOXALDS,
NO. i & a SOUTH HIGH STREET
t - G-RO G'B R.H., 7 -. -
PKOPKIETORS COLUMBUS FOW
DrR MAGAZINE, and stents for the sale of
Basard Powder Company'. Powder. Agents' for
he sale ef -
...-, ! GARDNER. PH1PPS' k CO.'8 ..:
Celebrated' Sugar -Cared' Ilansfta
J--. and dealers in ' : r .:.!..
FOKETGISY DOMESTIC AND STAPLE
GROCERIES -
"In all their varieties. Imported Wine., Brandies
Cigars, eto- iull-eodl
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- Attoxrney. at Xaw ,
rABSOlTS WSTLDIS9, v' . ' ?
aug2S-eod3m ' ' COS.' TO Fill BJGB STS. 1
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TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Sbertest Koaitn . W
Chaase of Cars to rblcajre, Po
" .u orla, and IalUapoll.
FOUR TRAIHS DAILY leave Union Depot CJo
. i, (rr .,... lumbus, as follows : .
fi.lK M. TOLEDO EXPRESS Sunday.
O.U excepted.) Arrives at Alilford Mt A u
llrh.n.A AlA M Haiu 10 OS A U . I :.,. .V
Vj M.- Toledo 3:t5 P. At.: Detroit6:10 P. M
Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo
Detroit 8 bears olsettd of any ether root ,
191H P- M- DAXPRE-S (Sundays ex.
A a.. IV oeptedj Arrives at Urbana ilW P. Jjj
Piqua a5PT M.; Bradford Junction 3:18 P. u.i
Richmond 4a P.M.:Udjanapolia7dP. M., Lol
gansport 90 P. M.; Peor.a 635 A. Jd.j Galesburg
,i1?.1:MMA! iJ'""!" t.L?.n,
, , . -,;'. maw uw i .ii.: jnastoon
II -H8 CmMP- I'sna 3at A. H., Al
r. r ,,: , , '"aviB. a. m.i warn
oy 13:45 t M.; Keokuk SKX1 P. M
l-assengers by this train reach St. Louie tbeaext
.20 Sb & SSCP AND ST. LOUIS EX
JAiJ PRESS (Snndava exeeoted i,,;.Z...
Piqua8:48P. M.; Loginsport SKIS A. M.: Cbieaao
8:15 A. Al.; Indianapolis 1M A. M.: Terra Haute
5:86 A. M.: Evansvilie 6:38 P.M.; Mattoon 838 A.
J:6 P. if ; Lafayette 7:15 A- M.r Springfield, Ills.
P. M.; Qntney 720 P. M.: &eoknk 8;4S P. U.
a. m.j A.vuviiia u i . oi mem
phis 906 A. M.; Toledo 60 A. M.; Detroit 09
Aa m.. . ; - . t , , '
' - NEW AND ELEGANT r." -;'
Sleeping" Ca v.m
RUN IN THIS TTtATTV TO r.mr.itzn isn
ON ST. LOUIS KOUTE TO MATTOON. ILL.
" 317 MILES, WITHOUT CHANGE. .1
Arriving at St. Lonig IO bvara and Louisville
8 hours ahead of any other route.'
190 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to lb7 '
Jt.ViS, dianapolis, and, Sundays excepted, to
6:X6 P. M.: Chicaso 1.-00P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.; Terre Haute 10A.M.; Evansvilie 1 P. M.
Jlattoon 1:19 P. M.j Cairo 406 A. M.; Pana S:15 P.
M,- Alton 7:15 P. M.; St. I ouis 8:10 P. U Lafay
?y .,:3?. P wM- Louisville .M P. M.t Aashville
40 A.M., Memphis 306 P.M.
Passengers by this train reach 8t. Loaia H and
vu.uu .uc.u oi any otner
Tonte. . i . 7i
State Boom Sleeping Cars
KUJN 1M THIS TRAIN ur- ..-,,)
FROM PITTSBUSGtr-TO INDIANAPOLIS
. -WITHOUT CHANGE. r.J.
" Call for Ticket. ia Logansport or Richraon
-n W J'ickett for sale at Union and Piqua Depots,
Columbus, and at all -principal Railroad Ticket
Offices. V - , i , . ,.
F. CHANDLER. GenlTieket Ageni. 1
. i . . J. M. LUT. General Superintenden
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
RAILROAD
it
!'.;-J"j .
Ibres Trains LeaveCelaabna(ta f
, Bcpot), atly (sunaaishxcepted '
' StlO- A. M. ' NIGHT EXPRESS.' arrivra '
ZanesviUe at 431 A. M,; Bellaira at 8J A. M.,
Baltimore at 430 A. ALi Washington City at SdJ
A. M. . ,
:iO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS Arriving
at Zanesville at 1:16 P. if: Bellaire at 4M P. M.
Baltimore at 8 MA. M.; Washington City at - 1
A.M.. , i . .'it ::.. iv.-: ,.Jal w
etOO P. M. EXPRESS MAIL.arr!vrngatZanei
vllle at 46 P, M.: BelUire at 8e P. M.: Baltimore
at 4:45 P. M-i W ashington City at 5:45 P. M.
:ii ii,-. .. ..,:. '. t ,-viii
: S-These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hoara,
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Washington. , . . , , '.
' Close oonnectiens made at Ballimore and rfaah
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.'
. Passengers holding through tickets to Eaatera
cities have the privilege of r.w.vi-,;
'..'i-.S't i 51 :t. -.::..! . j.:"
Tisitirigr ( Wkshingtoii ' City Free;
.;..,', ;', ?: ? '.- ... ! v.'.-. I. rt
-: ': ' '.:... r ,a ,
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
Ask For TICKETS via BELLAIRV
i'i - : ! - -- ' 1 !;: ..'.. . :'. i
JNO L. WILSON, Marter ef Transportation.'
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
JN0.W. BROWN. Gen'l Passenger Agt.r
may!8 T
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. May 11th, 1868. FOU
' TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbu. ;
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAUS0, ST.'
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IB.
' DIANAPOLIS ft CHICAGO. '." "'';
Withou f change of ears to DAY TON and RICH ,
MOND, and only one change of ears toIN
. .. DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO, ,..
- ."i 'Connection, are reliable a. follow. -. -t.
( !l FIRST TRAIN (Dally). " "
Leave, at 1:20 A. M.' for Cincinnati, 'Clnlevine '
Lancaster. Hillsboro and Chill icothe: stops at Lon--don,
Xenia. Morrow, and Loveland, arriving a t
Cincinnati at 60 a m. ' " '
'.' ' '"'."SECOND niAW;-'-jV!.;N
fDaily except Sundays j '
Leave, at 5MN A. M. for Cincinnati,1 Dayton '
Riehmond, Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at ,
West Jeffen-oo, London. South Charleston, Set ma,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley. Corwia, Morrow,'
South Lebanon, Posters, Lovelanl. stilford.ar-i
riving at Cincinnati at 10:36 A. M., connecting
with the. Mail Beats.: i". ii' i t (
THIRD TRAIN. . -!i i
(Daily except Sundays.)
leaves at 12:35 V. M for Ciooinnatl. Daytoa aid
Springfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6:10 P. M.
, . FOURTH TRAIN, ' ' .
. (Daily except Sunday..) ' ' . " '
I leaves at 5:15 P. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and '
Springfield via London, stopping at Alton. West
Jefferann. London. Swth . tbm.leahiia,j Ralm. i
Certarville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland, and ar
riving at Cinoinnati at 10.-00 J.M...
Bleeplna; Cara an all Night Trains,
- HENRY BROOKS, Ticket Agent.
JNO, W. DOHEBTY, Agent, j - I
JOHN DURAND, "I . . J
GopT Ticket AaJtJ 11 mayW -
I . : ' - ' ' ' ,
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
: '.!.3f'--' 'JT y 1 - ' r - rn''l
., PANHANDLE ROUTE.
la autt atter June th. IPSA trains will ran -
follows: , ' ;.. - . , j
Leave. N. Y. ExnreSs. J" Vait1-'1 TP.T.l-. 1
Columbus..... JK A. M.-7 9:16 P.M.ri 118V A. M.i
Newark........ 3:25 A.M. ,.3:50 P.M. . 13:35 P.M..
Steubenville... 9:00 A.M.'' SrWP.M. 1 5.15P.M.1
Arrive at ... . .... .
Pittsburgh ....11.10 A. M. 12:00 M, ' 7KBP.M.'
arrisbarg.... BfM Jr. M. . HM P. M. 6.-00 A.M.
biladelpEia.. 136 a. M.. 40 P.m. 0S6A. Mi
row York.... 6:00 A. M.. 55 P. M. 1:50 A. M. 1
aitimoro..;,. 645 A. M.; , , 630 P. M. , : 3:S0 P. M. ;
ashincton... 9:40 A.M. B 60 P. M s-fi P M 1
Boston... '6:00 P. M. ' UrOC P. M, -
E'egant state room sleeping cars on all night train.,
iOn the Kast Line the celebrated "Silver Palace' '
ay and night ears are ran through from Colnmbag t
to Philadelphia and New York without change,
H" Passengers by the 1:00 A. M. Sunday train'
arrive in New Vorkat o'olock Monday morning. ,
an advantage never before offered.
m 1. ' GfoTTicket Ag't. Steubioville. 0. '
W. W.CARD. Supenntendcrt. Menbenville O
JOHNB.PETERsXnVA&btrOb- ,
junelo-dly-juM .........
. WHOLESALE .GROCERS.
i
a. BROOts. lui.'ionnn.'n.'.'.. , t
Oar. Rich At Ti lark Kta.-rlni--. '
WhoIt3sale Grocers; 1
" DEALERS IH X '
HEW ' ' 0RLS AN S SUGARS AND M0LA88B
isiana STrgan, uosee. Tea Spices, Tobacco.
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