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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
Showing the arrl.al maTt8partlUw of Mat at Oo4 iiw vM'"iwit Atoeday, stay m jsea trn will rua as follow , - .IH. unuiui ajosuxasua ac umu -, , uiri. nun N.wYork Express,.,, -ll-l A. M,.185Op. M. MaB ana pre-...!;.T... 8:S0 P. M, MOP. M. i)linniwaiiiott.. Pi M. lo-as A. M. 0,1 Aoaunodation..-... 'S3OttAj.SC''. US P.M. Tk'ti trainleavei Sunday morning not Monday', e -; . .'- JAMES PATTERSON Agent,'. Little Jllaalf CalambaiAXtnta BJi. . i ' 1' ' ' r.n f.v;f A ;.' ulTi-; ' KicMSxTrn.... 4 ISO A. M, 19:68 A.M Cincinnati Aeoummodation. 5:00 A. M.. 0:33 P. M. fxprea. ..,.......... .19:96 P.M.' 11-00 A. W, xprsi:.w.,....t...- 60S P. M. - liS P. Mi w.K JNO. Wi)OHERTTi Agent, J Bj-.lt la era A Oato RkiinbA, Central -& fi'kii-whlo, OMukmmj NMt rxww;;.ii. mo a. m.; nss p. m. Lightning Express 11:10 A, M. 4.-4S P. M Exprea Mail . -00 P. M. 1130 A. M. ."A"; J5, Smith,. Agent. Ctlimklii tThlcaee an Indians Cen - Inl Ballwar- -j aiUA.iu lot t -U-J 'JLUITBJ Night Express 11-45 P. M. 10 A. M. Pltfabui-gb Ewa,... ;ae P. M. Jipo P, V. Aay Ixpress. ......., r. &. ft. ai Aooommodation ......... i- . ... ; - i ..J 'A . 30 Ai M.;., 30 P, M. G, A. HnX, Agents ejanaueky "laaaflalA Nwart, R.B. Treinseev Ktwark and arrive at follow . .-. inK t.h .,'wnfl .AsTMTaV Freight.........-......,.,-.. 0 00A.M.I 0-MP.M.i Mail and Express.... lo.so A.MJ .sP.M., 85 PJe.' 9 46 A.M. Mansfield Express. v . A. W. Damns, Agent. jPUtabuVith". ClBeltI S,8v A a is , . 1 - . ' AtaUway.; . t'l 1.S51 l3.-i' - LIATB,' AlUim. 9M A.M; ; J1:1SP.M. 110 A- M. : B0P, M. lnrhtnin ExprM. llilaodKxpref....:ll'. M. . 11:66 A.M. ltonnitoa Aoeommodation 60 A.M. . 0 P. M. Raw York Eknrwti rnndailj All othr traiai mn daily, xopt Sunday. : . . , . , Denouon Aoeommodation itartl from fiaigot yard. '-'-..' .f-i Johk B. PrrRB, ARent. ' Closing and Arrival of Mails Closing and Arrival of Mails AT THE COLUMBUS POST OFFICE' lartart' Tlnoart Man.'juM. r. it- a-m. p. M. Tia StenbanTilla jNw : I York. Pitubarah and .' i... Philadelphia. TIM Urtt. 10.08 , . TX CrOTeland. Toledo, Waeh- - y inMeavA; Ci. Saaduiajr.- -J -VT .' ' ! B0.W0 and Buffalo--. 1.-00 , J.-00 10:00: Cineianati. throoh way , u-ilA'-r.nia. - Anrinffield and 1 ao Dayton .. .v.. "'"-'.' llSOtt1 S.;." I. Cipoinnaa throuKb. Xenia, j .j tifcCj; ';! XlVrl Rir R. K. R. Kpnnsneia. uayiua aua 3C T.j;.n.Mlli thmmrh A waT O. P.11.S.R. s31 40 10 SO Indianapolit, Uhioato ana . S. Louia. ioagh......-!,p.Att..r, Ma.W..".. Wheeling fnd w J Zanet- .f,- Tille .and K ewark. .. . U J0;.. r,v,i ISO; IK W neounjr tnrpuiin. rr5?" . to)r-- ... -. . A . ......' : .4. -1WO -J:30 Rtar.OenTille waT..... . .... U.- JJ Korth West. Tia.Creatime ... , fort 'Wayne. '"..' ...' orth Eat, TiaCreatlina A 1 -u w'i 'I!,t-" Pittsbnrgi.t-..-..1. ..f 7J0 CiraleTille, Chillioothe A - Portsmonth......,..,., ..v ,.,.T730 .ritaeaater. OHo.. 1 East w ay, National Road. 10:00 .'m.-; w..-1J.-5 Mt. Vernon Way, Waiter? - ; - i '! .J Tille.Ae :. 10:00 14:45 Sorth Oolambai andCllB-'' 1 ' " - tonrille - VtMi .... 1 W ashinxton (J.H.. yia Har- Mbnrc. ftoi-weeklTj 3 kiforo B'JOJI acrtre Mondays, Wd aeday, A Fridays, and lea-res Xuesdays. Thnra Ajfcn and atardav8...i l - " Oeatre Village, (tri-week-) ly ,) Taesdaya, Thnndaya 't'I.T. f C' '-'' : .Umv S, ana natnraayB... .m ,,'j Ovpic Honas. Office open at TX o'clock A. M. andoloeesatTHP.M. Sunday, open a84 A.M., andeloaes at X A-M. - k - JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. A' tJovl" Scotia" is fislitinff? vieoroaslr aeainstthtt confederation of the British'. Colonies into thei1 Dominion of Canada. 1 svna nag geni over a petition to xnriia-1, mailt ianiplaining of, the injnstiee done!! to the maritime provinces.. John Bright " presented this petition on June 16th, and1 sapportedjiliirK evepeecEiof great rigor, occapying nearly two hours in delivery.: MrV Bright.prppdsed 'n addresa 4'the,' Crowrv praying that :', Commission.', might be sent out to inquire' into, the: causes of the discontent felt by the Nov' ScbtiADB, and-' stated that he anticipated 4aawir tannVi ? wn TV Tn' 1 AfTlfl fl A TIB in' r the! articles 01 'confederation, or a anion confined to" the CanadasV Mn 1 Bright . -. stated that if i4hWprayerf the "Nova ' Scotians was not granted' the' refusals would hasten the absorption of the Brit! ish-.American Colonies by the'. United? States. Mr. Adderly, Under Secretary' tent -did unfortunately '. exist , in.INova : Scotia, but it was not jjrreater than the; disrontefit which prevailed in the United ' Stages When the Federation: was first es- tablkhed.; JIr..Bright's motion was, re-, jected by aroU of.lS3 nay a -to 87 yeas. .1 Thb dependence' Beige ' publishes a ' letter . fronOf anrerohant of- Galata, con- j - tainiug a very curious narration, namely,' that the Italian hrig, San1 Gennaro hav inglat4y been becalmed, in its; course fronxlsapleg to Odessa, in the waters of the Greek Archipelago, the ciew en gaged in' fishing The head cook, who was. expert .in the. art, had already , uc ceeded in spearing several 'fine tunnies, whett h struck his harpoon 'into-: the' body. of an enorrnous sword fish, which, after Vtime, was hauled on deck with . mueh Jabptf; Thejivpry sword was four feet long, and the total length from its poiflf td the end of Its tail, not less than' fifteen feet, ,Bnt great was the astonish- ment of thcrew when the carpenter, in ; cutting open the body, discovered in the'stomach' 'a.t'moderatesized boxi' ' stamped with a cross , and star, the em bleie-j of jTurkey and bearing these words in iYrenckPott&LoealeJ'$.i, Vas! apoustaritThdpla letter-box ton-; taining nearly thirty letters which, the captain; took tcharge of with a view to ,a -punctual delivery. . , - . ?. Princeton", Coiaeqb. A1 movement , has .been initiated among the graduates of this, ancient and now advancing" col-', lege bf New. Jersey.for Ihe purpose of . bringing about meetings of the separate, classes, tand tbua developing a new inter eist in the institution. The .movement ' ' waV irlaugefated ,by le class "of I860, - who, on Tjiesday night last, sat down to a sumptuous! repast at Delmonico's, cor ' ner Fifth avenue and Fourteenth street, v New York. The immediate objeet of the gathering was to give expression to' the satisfaction of the class at the-recent election to. the Presidency "or the Col-.: lege of the' distinguished metaphysician,' Prof. James McCosh, L L. ' D.,7 now of Queen's College, Belfast, and to express the feeling of thetlass on the retirement; from that position of Jptr. John McLean. !t.-n--. .-1 ,'";r .'' i h'. ir-'. V J The London Time publishes a letter , from David Dudley Field, Esq;,-of New -' York, on the, nature and'1 pperation'oF the legislation in the .United States on ; the subject of married women's property..: This letter was, .written In' consequence of a request from Hon, G.:haw Lefevre, ' and wa. communicated to the -Timet a full elucidation of the questions raised in that paper and in Parliament during the recent debate on the'' Married. Wo-: men's Property BM.'-y'. Cast'Tron; tnsy' he covered with a glaze or enamel, by? coating thd mould and core withqBrfrtCejeindera en amel ,r other.Bubstancea papAble-ofJ)I ing vitrified. The mould is painted over with a efontiofa bf gas tar' Ahd black; lead, 'over which the glailng substance is sifted in fine powder. Tho-heat of .the iron melta this7riihen th casting ia removed, the1 surface' is : covered with a finoglAze. - InimUP Mb.Burlingame," tbouehnpopulajlyTTHI? associated ) tK"fM'aar'.riiiHtt(rtl'aa rborri In Ke.w( Berlin phenango to'untr. i November V&z.i iiia eariy years were passed on the Western froni ien, far beyond the confines of civilia tion.s , Vfi graduated , fronY Lthe .'Law School, at Cambridge, Mass in 1846; in 18S2 was elected to the Stat Senate, and in 1854 was chosen a; rnetriber rf Congress, wherejig, served ' three terms. In 1861 he was appointed byr President Lincolh ks" Minister ' to' Austriar button account of Lis sympathy with the Hun garians, the Court at Vienna hinted that another American would be more Acceptable, and Mr. B, was appointed Minister to China.;;' .C-..: .: t - . t ' iv.ji'.i ' - i ' 1'- ''' Lamp cylinders can be prevented from cracking when exposed to' the burning flame, by. first placing them in a, vessel of cold water and bringing this to a boil over the fire, then removing the. vessel and allowing it to cool before taking out the cylinder, -i -sri hi ':.t. U r DRY7 GOODS 'L' Sri k'-'kIW .: ..- '.-Hi ;l" . 43 T SPRINGS- & SUMMER ! ! DRY GOODS.ii r EXrRiORDINARY INDUCEMENTS TO -BUY ATP -1 ' -- Tit''!: 't p.;u.;c,H?,i;:o nsi Purchasers of Dry Goods are oorJiany Invited to call and examine uie NEW 1 STOCK. DRESS GOODS , CHEAP1 1TASCY GOODS.. CHEAP " CHEAPI IMfvCHlaAP , : rttx t a SHAWLS....... "DOMESTICS... :evetthisg f.Wr- ..wnr. e,r a v - JAMES : 1TAUGHTON, U8 As' 18 SanVb n'icb Street,.., 1 norll-dly-aprlt ' ' 1 ! COiUXBVS, OHIO ' irtii-S i.i'i'y- ww r!l 1' (-. ti-t '! 1 tU" NAUG I(LN IMPORTANT NOTICE. iicnmsT, GRAY & CO., - '. . ' )-' Nos. 23, 25, 27 & 29 S. High Street, Respeotfutly announce that they are daily raoaivin I ' 4'yl'iiiiidid,oonaotion ot eiJJ Jail if . -- f. .! r.vr.' i ; , t . ..... .i i - - r' - . . SPBCSTG AlVD 8UMMEB 1 i'w--t'i.tl Sc'"'.'5; l' '-: ' ' i i !"".. DRESS GOODb I " . 'I'f!. ricaay;; . 0Eex'oax.Xs - ! Vi ; ) "1 '" ' "; ' ' :. ' ' ' Alio, job lot of beautiful style of , t O-OOSl 9S Cents, -vrorlla SO Cents per yd 'j """X. -'-4; V-rA'. - , aLo. English and Frenoi CMntxe. Jarasol and - ) Umbrella. Lama Laoe Points, Summer ' Shawlvand Poplin Skirta. v A fall aisortment of Ladies-and Gents' Under- t -!' jk! rt'-ssWear,- es:5-:-i- Honjaje Jrrnriilsliixigf Goods, j ,f-'"' ''?.! f' 11 " '?' . ' "1 :' . ; : t . Laoea and Trimming. , , .' ' ' ..(-- . . -i :; ' , ' r ' , ; AT THE LOWEST PRICES. " Also. Harris Celebrated Seamless Kids, with a full assortment of Alexandre Kids. ' " i . ' ' GILCHRIST. GRAY A CO.. ' octa-mylS No. S3. 15, 2T & to South High sh. i "h: 'MISCELLANEOUS; White" Lead Works. TJATINS REBDILT AND ElfbttRC- Ll. - ed the a bo re named Work, we are now pre- pared ta aaPDlf 8TKICTLY P0& LEAD, nromotlx in c t quantity. i The brand of a. A. Kahnestook A Co. Pare White Lead, so (arorably known for the past twenty-four Jear, has been t closely imitated that we hare eoided to ohanc it, that the public and oanelre may oe protected against imposition. . . . ,. . , The Brand ! that article In futnra I iiiiJ ff3 lo VU - i- . Fahnestock, Hifelett & Schwartz, PURE WHITE LEAD. And on the ppaoite end at the Keg; v :' fi-r ESTABLISHED WLM: pitt s b rr n. g-s: . FiHNESTOCiV HASLETT k . SCHWARTZ. AW For sale by Druggists and Dealers in Paints my23-dttw2m ... ... FURNITURE REPAIR SHOP. THE StTBSCRIBUKs! ABB NOW pre . pared to repair and varnish all kinds of Far sitnre; also, to renew eane seats. Mattressess man ufaotured and upholstering eondaoted in all hrannheein the beatstrle of workmaasbio. Furni ture taken from and delivered to noose free of charge. Patron may be assured of baring their order xauulod promptly. 28 South High street. 3d door from H. KITEYDELJ, , , C. Eberly's store, Upholster. ' " ' juH-eodSm LOTS F0RSAIH T OQ CIlT LOTi, VAKTINO Ilf SIZE. dJ location and prloe. sitnatea a short distance north of the Depot, .North High street, opposite the residence of the lte W. B. Hubbard. Also, three fine lots in one block, 168 feet by 187X, situated on north side of East Oak street, near East Publlo iana. -,or .PPi to , , wu A . Colnmbn. Ohio, May S8. 1888. mrSS-dSmi l; t 11':', '! ,'.-.'.' iJi ''-i-':-:'. -'' miERWOOAl0;ARE ROWPHtV J ' pared to turmsn tram taejr exiensiTe Aarse ry. east of the County Fair Ground, between Broad and Friend streets, all varieties ot urna mental Shrubs; Prorenoe, Damask. Moss. China, Bourbon and Tea Rotes : aew varieties af Peonies, Chrysanthemums, Dahlias, Verbeoas, ko.. to. The eolleotion will not be wanting in any desirable aorelty. Cut Flowers of great variety in season. 40oga.tf i!.l;i.,.n " '!! . CUCAD1TCT 3 . w?KJ w.l i;rs;,KB t suiJ 5al ertj to .lanXpa UTui iff J ,lL!!C !.! mi ill' t.'ita 1 J-vvm rt i .1 t?'i!) 1 -Ilji.'l. 1,' .no..' I i T K -. T- ! f i MIR '(" .1. .V IN OH I O The Regnlar, First Class Weeklj. A LAE6I! ASD ACCURATE POHTRAIT -: I 1 'JOi'H " ' . ' -' -i.' ! '.I ii OF THE CANDIDATES FOB PRESIDENT and VICE PEiESIDENT, F r xa B , FULL PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL CONVENTION. 7. '. ::'' TO BEGIN JULY 16, i hU'y THE i l : WEEKLY OHIO STATESr.lAH 1" rr, l. - j. ' (The regular edition siiej will bs tarnished for the CampaignV beftnninsr July 18. 1868. and ending November 12, 1 868 giving the full proceedings f the Democratio National Conven turn and the Returns of the Election on the fol lowing ; . , I r( ..- jsri jra H M S3 s er- -i; 1 -'! i" ::J . 1 copy - - . - - - 90e te copies. -r -: ! a 85 ao " - r, - , jo OO And at 60 cent per copy. for. all above twenty jopie. .. - (. . Leading Democrats and the Frees have borne testimony to the faot that Tbi Ohio Statibxav did the most effective service of any paper in Ohio in the campaign last year.v It will be none the lex effioient this campaign. It waa Tsu. Statmmih that by its determined stand defeated the unholy project of farcing Salvos P. Cham upon the Per moeraey as their candidate for the Presideney ; and it is acknowledged, far and wide, that Tag Btatis xam has been the most faithful and effeotive la borer in behalf of Mr. PikSLsros's nomination Bhould itturoout tha Mr. Pmm,ito will not receive the nomination, it is now oartain that a good sonnd Democrat' wilt be nominated, and to such nominee Thi Ohio HtatksKah will give as eordial and forcible support a. any paper in the country, ; As every Democrat will want to sea what the Democratic candidates 'for' President and Vice President look like, we will giro (fSSS) to each subscriber beginning with July Jfith, 51 ; - ,-'" -. I ij... '- J 1 l :1 . v. t . ' ' . .1 4 Large and Correct Portrait of Earf on one slseet for JTramlns;, coat . ; . Ins;, at Retail, Ona Dollar, ' r. 9" Sand the money, where it exceeds in amount a single subscription, in money orders, registered letters, or ia drafts. Please write the names of subscribers, and the Fostofflse to which they are to be sent, plainly., . "- ';-: --; . . ADDBBSS, ' '-''I "'" OHIO STATESItlAT, '! 1 - COL VMS V3, OHIO, . CJLOTHINGr. SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS. j " s HUNTERS rr; '- 'y Clothing Emporium, i ifo. 220 South High St.,- COLUtrUtUS, OHIO. T RAVB lCtT B B OB I V E D THE JL larseet and finest stock of Spring and Summer uooasever orousat wuusoiiiy.ettaeieuugpx -r- Frenoh, - ,,r. .;, . Jnsllmh. and - . AJOTaa3jtiO Cloth SJ, . : i i eMs ouuoroav oayxy For Gentlemen's wear, which I will sell at the low est Cash prices. .:...-. Also keep oonxtantly on:. hand a wall seleoted ssocaoi READY MADE CLOTHING. ; -JOH HUNTS R, i maris : r 1 - . " 9S0 South Hick stree. HOUSE FURNISHLNG GOODS. OHIO; FURNITURE CO., ,V'. ,;, M1NOFACTURERS OF 7 '. FURNITURE! - J . Noai. 6, 7 and 8, 3 Gwjnne Block,' East Town Street '' i 'j?tit:'l..-a f.t i !: rt'l S COLiUMU UH, OHIO. i f , PARLOR SUITS. v nabogony, Rosewood asd Wal- nnt ia IIa.ir-lotb, (jroen Reps sand Brocatelle. ' - ' ' ' - CHAMBER SUITS. Rosewood, ' Walaat, Cbestnnt aid Oak, finisfted in Taralsh and Oil. iJ - Dining Room Suits. : Walnut, Cheatnnt and Oak Ex teaaion Xableas Walaut and Oak Dining; Cbaii-s Caae-eeat ; and Wood t 'Oalc. and ' Cbestnnt ' Slde- Rairclotri, Greta , Reps . and Datnaslc Lrf'nns;es Secretaries Roolc Cases and Etageresw ci i-i -j .. -!' : '- ti :;'r'- '"' SI"-:"' L,i . I , ... T7! .. ''''. : ' ..Hsssk,' Cotton, Hair and Sprlng " Xnclaer's, Jones and DeCanp'i Patent Spring Red RottHBs;-7s le. We have the above ertieles of the latest styles and of superior euality. both in material and finish and guarantee prioes as low a aaii heuae in.llif "OH IO FUR N ITU RE CO. 7; -.,., ,. J1? BRITTI5GHAM, SupX. , B. H. Hows. Treas. . sepUO-eod-ly ooU8-wlr-r yqii'-a- .1 i . MEPJCAI, PREPABAIJOS.! r d s A D a i: i s i -ii rti Ms ,.iii.ir'I to .iioiii SI. 7 1i'!l fill I I "i .-t.IBliq MlJ AM E H I C A H V.1 C-t l'I'K .MT- T '. 'O -ii: k .IK A .u'is-1 fa: : Jul e;(j HEALTH RESTORER ! moj f.::.'"-. ' Ifw ,,- -. : i" (U'.:i !J io l.j 3 .jfte-it I Mf'l vii-u: i-i ' I Jj . n i. ! oi.!' I li ') OJ.t.'r . ?! ;?',: ., (:!. ": j-:'. !!;! ' ) The ;Best iBIood Purifier in the ' World. ' .ii' j.Ir8,', tAWRENCE'8 COBCPpXJlNX EXTRACT .. '. : ': -.. ' ? ' '." :?frn: -i . '.:'! -Ot-. : ' - I, : . 1 '. 1.'.; . ' itosA.rA.u:s? : 5 " 'Vl'.i-: ! ;' . .t 4 . I ;...- . :. A Safe and Certain Cure (and the .. nly one wet discovered) for :. I'-J'ii r-i;- f--ji;.' n : . iifvj I. Scrofnla. In , Its, . Various Forms, .rioCH AS- t..- -: ' ' ' -!l TY,!0 f .'".'"" ;. ..!' Conromption In its early stages, Enlargemea ' and TJiceratioa of thi Glands. Joints, . Bones, Kidneys and Uterus, :'"- " Chronio Rheumatism, , , ..... Eruptions ot the ' l ' ' . "' '' Bkin, Chronio " .''' Bore Ejes, '"' ". ";' ,'.; .; . ; . also ; , 19 Y..'X' "DC X Xj X S X . IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS. DISEASES of WOMEN, Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Liver Com. plaint. Fain in the Baok, Imprudence in -; ..-idis. OravaW , i- GEIfEBAIi .' IITu . nE AaVTTF, " . AND ALL DISEASES OF THB Rlood, .Liver, Kidneys Ac Bladder. It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and Bad. taint, aod restores ne -entire .asiem to a healthy condition. : IT la FlfiKFECTLY. HARMLESS. never pto- oucing lam siigntest injury. , -,r: .1 -i ii.--. , i. rj Jr.' ...T- THE ROSADALIS Is not a secret medicine'. The articles from' which it is made are published around each battle, and it is used and recommended by ibe Medical Facnlt , where'er it hs been introduced, a fOSU'lVlS and RELIABLE Vedicina for, Disease of the ciooa, i.iyer ana n.ioaeys. .. Ef Used and. Indorsed ' Ty -the leading; Physicians everywhere It IS JOB.OWB.. ' " ,' j -i. i V'iVO'.q ; I" -; fV-r-'i The following, among many hundreds of our best Oiusens, testily to its wooden ut emeao; -, CERTIFICATES. FROM FHVSICIANS.' ' ' '.. BslTIMOBS. Mb.', Maron 4. 1868. I belier Dr. Lawrewe's "ROSADALIS" to be the Bssr Altsbat.vb ik Use, and therefore cheerfully teoommend it as suon. TTrtBOMAet 4, B0XUStU, P. . V! -. -. Baltimobi, February 10. una, Tr7 JP. T. T,WTt-Nf!. ' v iiJ ' " ' ' ' Dehb Sir I take pleasure in reoommendiag yenr JxUeAUAi.lS as a very pqweriui auerauve. i nave . seen It used in two eases with happy results one a case of secondary syphilis, in which the patient xtrononnced hiuuelf cured after bavins taken five bottle, of our BMdiciaa. Tbe other a ease of seroiula, of long standing, which it rapidl improv ing under it use, and the. indioations are that the patient will soon recover. I have carefully exam ined the formula by which your Keaedaiis is made. and find it an exoellent compound ot alterative in l ; -n?trm y-B.W.CABR. M. D t We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis a he a afe and reliable alterative. Ac. and take pleasure in recommending it to the profession and tne puouc A. t. MOURK. M. D., - : fr !:' .i L. A.8TITH, M. D., -i ,, , , J.H.WINSfEAD.M.D.. S ... . ;j:i E.BARNK8. M.D.. .. ! ' . W- .' ,i R.W.KINO.M.D..' i( ii g WOODaRD.M-D- W. T. BKEWER, M. D.. ' :. v , v ' W.J. BULLOCK. M.D. 1 .r.n-. lPAA. ' j 1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted with the above named Physicians, and they are all gentlemen of respectability and standing in this eornmun,,,. , ' C. DAVIS, : . ' "',-' .Mayorof Wilson. N O ', January 11, 1868. - : -;; . ; : , Rosadalis will Care - the Wore 'Cases " of Scrofnla Read the ' Statement Below and Respair "i ; f-.' Wilbos CotnrrT.Septomber 10,1867. Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest daughter, aged five years, has been dreadfully af tA with isorofula nearlv all her life. - I tried a great many physicians, but without relieving her much: in fact, most of them said there was no nope of oure. During tne lasts pring sne was worse man ever; her body and limbs being covered with sore and blotches with face and eyes badly ulce'ated and swollen.' While in this condition I was ad : vised by Dr. L. A. Stith to try your Rosadalis.. I at Mu.mMnm1 thrM hnttles. and commenced ffivina it to ner. The effeot was magical. In less than a month, tor my great astonishment, she was entirely 1 am. sir, jours, with muoh respect and gratitude, Rosadalis Cnres sail Skin Riseases. ' ' . ." . 'i WlLSOH, B, September 16, 1867, - Dr. Lawrence! Dear Sir In 1863- my son, now ..aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to K imnnr. matter, which completely destroved his health. He has been affiicted with an inveterate and extremely troublesome Eruption of tbe Skin, sometimes breaking out in sore,, Ao. Rosadalis wss - pros ribed by my family physician. Dr. A.D. Moore. . After taking it a few weeks my eon became and re mains entirely weu. . . f-; r '.- . . , ourstruly.' . J.B.DANIEL. - ,'3 I' -. - i. ' ' mm 1 " ' Chronic sLIver Complaint Cured. ' This toeertifv that! was cored of Chronio Liv er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after . having oeen confined to my bed and bouse for a long time, and trying various medicines without benefit. 1 know of several others in this county cured through the use ot Kosadaiis, ana it can oe loun.i in . nearly every house in - my neighborhood, and they ail praise it as a great medicine . - THOMAS TH0RS. Green County, August 14, 1887. . . Rosadalis Is a Potent Remedy la all j , sjbronic liiseases. " Fbox Q. W. Blotjht Ebca, Attowivt: at La.it, I have been cured of Chronic Inflammation of the . Ear and Partial Deafness, of t-n years' siandine. by Rosadalis. (j . . ui.w.. w . nuvvsi i. Rosndalls Will Cure 1 the Tery ... if -xyOPSg Cases ot Chronic -i' n:'-; s ' Rhenneatism. .-. :.; : . , u. ' FosTsuOTTTH, Va., February S5. 1868, ni,;iil U.tt.ltf. : ' 1 1 - '- ' . licit Kir This ia to oertifv that 1 have been afflioted. with Rheumatism fur the last five or six years, many times usable to move. 1 tried all med icines reoommended to me for the disease, without receiving any benefit. Having heard- "Kosadaiis" highly spoken bf, i procured a bottle, and. finding some relief, continued it until 1 am happy to cay that I am completely well. . . . I. not onlv consider the Roeada'ia'a sovereign remedy for Rheumatism, but I believe it also a pre- ventive, and 1 oneertuiiy reoommena it to the afflicted. . lours, very truly. i " ! JAMES WEBB. a i f - i .'. f WjtaOH. January 7, 1868. I hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawrence's justly celeDratea nosaaaus is my lamuy as a gen era! Alterative and Tonic, with the most satistac tory results, and L therefore conscientiously recom mend it to the public as a medicine of rare and sen. nine merit. dAJHBS W . DA. IO, V Sheriff of. W ilson county, H . C, " Rosadalis'. This medioine has met with an un precedented uoeess in thiscommunity. CapW Ha kan the oolite and attentive asreot for this city, in forms us that it is next to impossible to supply tne demand made tor it; ana mat tne meaicine is eneot In, soma wonderful cures, and riving treat eatis- faction to all who have used it HorJoUt ( VaO , Daily miammai. jnottmotr zu, jaev. .. . . '. Prepared only by J. J. LAWRENCE. M. D. Chemist, Baltimore, Md-, (late of n ilson, N, C. Pr4.a 01 KOBMrhnttla. " ' AeTSold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale Druggists isj all the large cities of the United rjtates and British .America, and. retailed by druggists . T7 . , a. i .1 Address Dr. J-.J. 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Best of Workmen. . , 1 i :;" " ' ' - ' : ' - "; ' ' And having a full assortment of the LATEST and CHOICEST STYLES OF TYPE ''We will guarantee the utmost satisfaction. , - ': :'' - ALL KINDS OF ' ' ,. Mercantile, . " ' I . , i Railroad, 'Banlc and., i " :! fc Commercial, ':.:-v Jv.,-'.". Pr,ntlns. SUCH AS . Bill Heads, Cards, Circulars . , Letter Heads, ; Blanks of aii kinds. Checks, A . . - Drafts, ., . &c, &c. "" IN FACT. , - EVERY KWD OF JOB PRIMING - Needed by the business puhlio. i . ... . . - - - - - . We also keep on band a larger stock of . PAPERS OF HL KINDS Than any other Printing House in the city such a Super Royal Medium, .. . Demy, Crown Cap, ' Cap, ; abetter and : n . - - -' . (.., i : . , - ' .-- " " :.; Ot the best qualities, and. purchasing them as we :. - do, directly from the manufacturer, we are enabled to do our work at correspond ingly low rates. We are Sole ,. ; : if. : ': Agent for the -i i Ji . - I CELEBEATED; PAPERS OF l?Xa A.TIVEBC POKTER. ' - f . - BLANK BOOKS. Wa particularly call attention S the Blank Books manufactured by us. We are prenared td. c fill all orders for Tjedeera, . . .. T ourxxaln, . ;;' ' 'X3y-X3ol,i i j - Caali ' Boolus, And all kind of Blank Books now in us. The ook are all done in the best style of paper, rul ing and binding, and we oha lenge competitioa in thisline. i.'i r-i.:'-. '' " $ ri- GIVE U: A O ALLi r-f . i NEVINav SS At AO North' llisrh Street, I r.' J.'-l .i-jft i-V :iJ BOi;il h'Mt J V.K-. ."!-- Til ..cr J. - ; :-. i ; r '. : : : I II. .1.1 I . TRANSPORTATION. Little Miami, Columbus - DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS. til -ir. r.- . I - ... -oh 0a and after M0NDAT. Kay Utb, tfltt, FOTJ TRAINS DAILY wilt leave Columbus i 'FOB CnrctNHATI, lOTJIBTILLK, CAIRO, ST, .,f L0TJIS, DATT0N, EICHJUOHD,, rJf fT '.';n DIANAP0LI8 0HICAQ0. -1.': Without change of ears to DAVTOlf and RICH i . MONU, and only on change of ears to IN- . DIANAPOL1S and CHICAGO. '-" " " Connections are reliable as follows ';. ' FIRST TRAIN (Daily).' v'i '" '7 Leaves at l:?fl A; if. for Cincinnati, Circlevillf. don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland. arriving Cincinnati at 6:90 a- m. ( ,n . r mMmUKtvyXJI. aiU.UWV ,nu VlDllllOIUDO; SlOpS at JjOU- at t C- SECOND TRAIN, -i-- - ' ' - (Daily except SundaysJ Leaves at 6:00 A. M. for Cincinnati.' Dayton Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at West Jefferson, London. South Charleston. 8lma, ym.-. ,.i.-.ai , u,.i , Bilt7, VKlTWin, MOTTOW, South Lebanon. Fosters. Lovelan t, Milford. ar riving at Oino'onaU at loaa A. M., connecting with the Mail Boatsr , ;. ' . ... - ( ,-THIRD . TRAIN. , r i ,.i (Daily except SundaysJ : '' '. , . Leaves at 12:25 Y. M for Cincinnati. Dayton and Sprirgfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at I eao P. M. . . - .. ' FOURTH TBAIN. .. ' ! ' (Daily except Sundays.) '"'." ' . Leaves at 5:15 P.M. for Cincinnati, Dayton and i SJpnngfield via London, stopping at Alton. West I Jefferson. London. South, Charleston, Seine, ' Ce arville. Xenia. Morrow and Lovelaaa. and ar - riving at Cincinnati at 10:00 1 . M. - - . - SVeepIasr. Cars on all Night Trains. " HENRY BROOKS.Ticket Agent. " 1 JNO. W. DOHEUTT, Agent! JOHN DTTRAND. 1 - ' , i W. L. OKlENt?ndeut- Cincinnatt.i; - , -"Gesl ticket AatJ' ' " l:,mayl8; PASSAGE TO AND FROM GREAT Britain and Ireland, bv Rtaamahin anil Hail. ing PeckeCby weekly lines, at reduced rate. TAP- BliUll JBKUa.i W as booth street. ew Terk. continue to issue Passage Tickets, available for twelve months, from London, Liverpool, ot Queens town, and Drafts, payable on demand, fos any amount, from -l and upwards. , BAILEY IfiOMFSON A CO.. Agents. -I wtVlV-wly-BKr - - - - ..- Banker .(loluwiaae - -v NEW YORK. REEVES' AMBROSIA FOB" THEllAIB. j V Improved! . It is an elegant Dressing for ths Hair. ; . It causes the air to Curl beautifully. It keep the Scalp C'ean and Healthy,' It invigorates tie Roots of the Hair. . ' It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly. l Immediatelystops Hair Fairing Otitj, ."J '."'. '. It keeps the Hair from Changing Color front Age. l res core Grey Hair to Hi Original Color. ' ';' ;'', , It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald for . It is composed entirely of simpl and purely veget- ; "?' Ma pnbgtijneaj ' 1 J ?,.'".' It ha received over six thousand voluntary teeti ' moniali of its excellenoe, many bf which are from j . . - physicians in high tanding. 1 It is sold in half-pound bottles (the nam lown : in th glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy Goods everywhere, atOne Dollar per Bottle. Whole- aje byDema Barnes A'Co.; F. C, Wells 4 Co Sobieffelin ft Co; , New Torki IgCHHT-m'oh7-d ly BANKERSai:; Pi.-Wi; HUNTINGTON V;C0u BANKERS, Corner Broad & High Sta- f COLUMBUS, OHIO.; " feba-diy , V- V. HATDB. . JOS. HCTCEaSON.: W.B. BTDI. j j HATDEN, HUTCHESON & CO., BA. 3iT ISLES !-- m i .. ; - - '- - , . 2i. g , NO. IS S. HIGH STREET, ; ian30-dly-r Columbus, O. " WATCHES AND JEWELRY. F. A. & L. LESQUEREUX ) I IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN W A T C H E S , JEWELRY, ; SILVER and ,. ; . ; 'I " . I ;.' .'. . " PLATED WARE, CAIES,i.' SPECTACsL.ES, CIITLERT. -' " - GOLD PE3I9, POCKET-ROOKS and ' OPERA GLASSES, " " IN ENDLESS TAEIETT. . . Keep constantly on hand a large assortment of Beth Thomas and Waierouiy Clocks, For the Jobbing and Retail Trade. Also, Agents . for the ITHACA CALENDER CLOCK COMPANY. Watoh Makers' Tools and Materials, Watoh Glass es (Frenoh and Geneva) in full supply at l'.w rates. ... S3" All orders promptly tilled and satisfaction guaranteed. F. A. A L. LESQUEREUX, - febU-eodly N So. 71 Mouth rlixh St., uoluoiDUS BOOK t BINDERY. - SIEBERT & LILLEY, Blank Book ' MaDufacturers, : PRINTERS.. BINDERSAND PUBLISHERS. Special attention pais to manufacturing first class : BXiAINH. BOOKS c: . of every description, with or without printed Head ' ings, for -1 "'. - COOKTT OFFICEBS, SntCaaUTS, If ANFrACTUBIBS SaKEKKS, BAH.BOAD COMPaXIKB, 0- y -'. - go- Full seta of Books msde on short notice, warranted to give perfect satisfaction. - i ' OPERA HOUSE ..BUILDING, aprll eodly ' i-m-i!,' cOZUJfSUS. OBIO. WHOLESALE GROCERS. W. B. BB00E8.- . AlX. BOCBTOK, WM. B. BLD J. &W. Bi BROOKS, ' Cor. Blch ABlgh 8ts.t Columbns, . Wholesale Grocers, , ' - PBALIB8 V -HEW ORLEANS 8TJGAE8 AND M0LA8BE8 ' Island Sugars. Coffee, Tea Spice. Tobacco,,-, XiZQUOR S,- ctMh-t ' ii: . febs-ly .... - - - hotel: , - ' to ,nii ".,ii ST. JAMES HOTEL, Fourth Street near Blstln, , j ;CINCINNATI,'OHIO. .BEXKY P. SLIAS, ' - - ' -; 1 Prowietof. 5 rviHIR IPOPTLAR HOUSE. CENTRALLY" LO. " A eated and convenient to business, and to all . point ol travel, is tne most oesinaoie stopping i place for persons visit ing tbe oitv. No pains will be spared to make tne stsy ot guests pteafant every particnlar-sTJaB IsnaVKh a, m jlS-am i. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i -.1 i . , X A .- TUl .J i TRANSPORTATION. COLUMBUS, CHICAGO COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY. OK The Shortest Routed West IVo Change of Cars te Chicago. FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Depot. i Iambus, as follows : 6.'mxrsn AccoHnoDATro (SundY? Uf .eareptedj aarivas-at Milford OM-A. M7 Springfied 11: 0 A M Lrbana 10:66 A. .; Belle S""'?.!1 i?1"04 p- M-i Sandusky T36 P. M : 12lft-P" ,Mv ?AT EXPRESS (Sunday, ex f rr 1V" Arrtves at Krebmond :SS P". MJ IndlaaasolM7da P. M ; LooiUIS:30 A. M.t Tev I.il1,u1i V, p- M-: alattoon las A. M : Cairo l0?-? Pai!,,!r A- ! A'n 7:10 A? k : St Louis BJO a. M.; Lafarettv 11. -00 P. M - Cbiosn t3. i,sPjnfie"i. Illinois, t0 A. M.TQuin A. U. Paasensers by this train reach Su Loui route! mirmnt 6 hoars atiead of any other 520 SoJodst-louisex- i VLilo a t'ndays excepted.) Arrives at IJ-Mf-? J"'i,.":P,"',l.!i,0!,A.; Terra Haute M.: Pana 10:14 A. M.; Alton 1:10 V. JdTSt. Loui. :16 r. M.; Kansas i,Hy J:I4Jt. M.: Leavenworth IS A.M.; Louisville 7:45 A. M.: Nashville SiSO P . u u : . mi . u . O-i j . . . . . . troit8JA.:M. I ' 5 AtVr'..T3 NEW AND ELEGANT State Boom 8Ieeplno-Cara nnir r y "rrirYrwT . lil lUlO A ualil rt r-f OT T.nTTTQ VrirT'Tl? Tn TTPnrr pt r. ti r VA-aMA o, a V y AM OW A V AAA tVOf 11V AALSaj lth' f "'-"894 MILES. WITHOUT-CHANGiE.1'' L Sr"J- Passengers by this train arrive at Chicago next morning 11 hours Meed ot any other route. n'l. M J,1IGH1" KxpRESS (Daily to In y 'dranapolis, and Kondays excepted to Chi- -cage). Arrives at Loxansport 86 A. M-; Peoria- 6: ot-. M-: t bloat o 10 r. M.: Indianapolis 730 A. M.; Terre Haute 10: 0 A.M Kvansville 10H)0 P. M. Mattoon 1S6 P. M.; CsirO 4:KA. M.: Pana J35 P. M.j Alwn 730 P- t. Louis 830 P. H.: Lafay ette 10:30-A.('M.r' Sprinsfield. Ill- gaOP. Uj Ouin-' I 14S-A Keokuk SSW A. M.; Kt: Josep'gn -' M Lonisvilla 4 45 P. M N..hlll. i4 . u MemDhin 3:1S P. M. T.Ja.Ia. a-AA P u . nJ,: 6:10 P.M. ' , aeeeniiers by this train reach St. -Louis 4K and .Chicagy e heura alsed of any otherj v O routes. State Room tleeplziff Ccvrg . . , .-.RUN. LN THIS, TRAIN, FROM CADIZ JUNCTION TO INDIANAPOLIS1 WITHOUTJCHANGE. sT Call for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond. Tiekets for sale at Union and" Pi qua Depots, Offioes. F. CHA NDLER, Geni Ticket Agent, j . m. r.ui i.unerai superintendent. INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY. NEW TIME EAST. BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Three Train LeaweColumbue (VJn snpeu, aiaiiy (sunaays axcepua 9tin A ' lit TCTttTTT WTI?T Q 3 Zanesvilleat 430 A. M.; Bell air at8J0A. M"."l Kaltimnr .t -111 1 M . 1V-hinv,An .': .... ' " . . .. , i.i mm mm HMO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS Arrivim at Zanesville at 1:14 P. M : Bellair at 430 P. M , caiunjore a; s a A. ja.; Washington City at lit i- :oO P. M. KTPRKSS W ATT," arrl,; .f T . ville at 4:45 P. M.; Bellaire at 80 P. Mi BalUmore, at 4:45 P. M. Washington City at i:45 P.M. jfT!l T v- . m - '. i -i 1 - - 1 fc I - . (Will 3. These train are from TWO to EIGHT hour in advance of all other route to Baltimore and Washington. e x e f - r , Close eonnectien made at Baltimore and Wash ington with' trains for Philadelphia' and New York. " Passengers holding through, tickets to fasten eitie have the privilege of Tisiting -'Washiiigtoii City Free, 1 No Change of Carsat Ohio River Ask For TICKETS via HELXAIR. iNO L. WILSON. Master of Transportation, . M. COLE. General 1 roket Agent. ' JNO. WaBROWN. jBen'i P aaseaaatAgtj r-,-I SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS-AND- Cincinnati Railroad. Five Trains Daily. EXCEPT SUNDAY. From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the Little Miami Columbus & Xenia Railroads. NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves' Colnmbss. at la A. M. Will stop at Delaware. Cardington. Gilead. Galion, Crestline, Shelby, Mew London, Welling- f ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at-. t-M A. M., New York 7.-08 A. M. This train leave J Monday morning, not Sunday.. --'- NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Colnmbsg at SKM A. M. Will atop at all wag station. Tkii' '- train starts fmn the Freight Yard. - NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Colambu at' - I 11:10 A.M. V ill stop at Delaware Carditirtoo.Gal- y; ion, Crestline. Shelby. New London. Wellington . Grafton and Berea. Arrive at Cleveland at Sifts--" P. M..N ew York neTt day at P. M. MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Colnmbusat M P. M. Will stop at Werthiiigton. Lewi Center Delaware. -and all Station to Shelby and Sbilob.jTT New London, Wellinrton, Grafton and Berea. Ar rive at Cleveland at 9:26 P. M.. New York 1030 P.M. SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL AWARE Leave Colombo, at 3:06 P; M. Will T stop stall stations between Columbus and Spring field, arrivim at Delaware at 4:10 P. M.. Sprinrfield ' ' 60 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 40 A. ... ; M, arrive at Delaware at 8:10 A. M.; Col umbo ' UjlAtaVi . - Ri,' S"i Pa teat Sleeplngt Cars are run on af i ''' ! ' NiBltt Trains to Cfaicasvo, - 1 ;.. Rev lforli- and i k . ; , i ' ... SaT Baggage ebeekrd through to New York and "'"'" Boston, via Cleveland i also, to Philadelnhia madr.lt-r Nw York, vi Crestline. . ... , .. . ,.i -KllUKKIBUl i ' ' - -w. Nisht Express arrives atColumbu at W0 A. M. ., ... Cincinnati Exnre arrive at Columbus at 11:18 ' ' P M -r?i 'Mail Train arrive at Columbus at J8 P. M. ' hpringfield Acoonuuodatioa arriT. at Coiumbna ,, -f atioasA.M. . , . ,. . ... , . , ' rare as ow as oy any uxner neuis. Ask for' Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. -j- E. 8. "FLINT," r ii r.i.i- Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio,' r i ! - ";..,) juJAMKS PATTERSON.- .ir-'-f v- Agent, Columb .Phio. , Colnmbn.. May li;m,,,,. , ,. ... , !,.; PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. PAN HANDLE ROUTE. . . --, r 1 I ' -r t-: ' ' -'C"! nc't On aod after June SSth. train will run aa j follow. ''"--'- ' - ",T i Leave, "t-i IT, T. Express. "-Mail f FastLine l!olumbus...,..0 A. M. U 3:16 P. M. 11 SO A. Mil Newark .,.3:25 A.M. 8-50 P. U. . 13S P. Mm,m Steunenviile..t:0u A.M. . 8.-40F.M.,, 506P.M. Arrive at . . ' ' ' PittsburgbViiial 10 A.M. -B M. !) V-85P.M. T Hamfbinr.... snu r. M. l.fior.H.t 6-uoa.m, an) Philadelphss.. I.'i a.M.-r 4i0 P. M. , i6A,Mi,s New York..,. 8:00 A. M.- 85 P, M. 11:60 A, M. Baltimore.. ... H5 A. M."i6-SO P M. 1S:S0 P. M. 1'rJ Washington. M Ai M&. -- L&8 P. AUC -J6 P. M. 3 o; Boston .-.-1... :00 P. M. .1 ,r. M-00 P. Mi--. E' egant sta' e room sleeping ears on all night trains. r On the east Line the ealahrated VSilver "Palaoe"ff -' day and nisht ears are ran through from Cotameaat'-O to Philadelphia and New York without change, v i t-,,- s3" Passengers by tb 1:00 A. M. Sunday traisw arrive in Mw York ats o'olock- Monday, morning. " an advantage never before oflered.'- - - ' aj.. tra -arw n . r fSenl Ticket Ac's. KtankanvilU O . wln-''n.Tn c...:n..nj.. . i : 1 1 A . 1 , , . , . H. B. BRt)OK.8,T i -,i -'v- Ticket Agent, Columbua.O.'m I jurin B.rraiE.riOsenuitiiiabna.U.Y--:iI .vig) jnnelO-dly jua , ojri-? -"t SAIltV in O t1 MEDlCALr.iS',t. PHI LO SO THY OF MARRIAGE. U:Ntre "'-Mi VorgsB or iiacrciia. as oeliverad at the Neioil ombraciBS the .en ie lectsk ork Museum 4if Anatemvi, aaMniii. .)i . How to live snd. wbat to live tnr i Youtsu..' Matnritv add Old Ae:'VanhnnJ ed: Tbeeaase of ladigestios. fiamlauc and t Oi') sou disease accounted fovt. Maiwiaa-. -ai.iio qn.; ically considered, Ac. . ; . , Pocket volumes containing these lectures will he forwarded to parties unable to attenr. on rreoiptof-1 four stamps, by addressing SiCRETARYi, NrerlJ Yost McttrM-oc Amatomt-ako ?cibncb, 6lai -,, Bap aii wat Ni loJtgj-BQ, 8 vnT,f,b4ij7"' '