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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. . - Showing the arrival and departure of trains at 0e nmbus, Ohio. Or. ad alter Monday. Maj 24 888 trains will run. as follows: Cleveland. Commons & Cla'tl R. R. - tr-.'-J ,, .,!,,:' .- I .' IHTI. ABBIYS N.Y.AWestern Express.. 1:10 A.M. .'IWA.J1 New York Express.;.0. ..11:10 A. M. Miio p. M. Mail and xpress S-.30 P. M. 9:10 P. M. Delaware Aooommoiatioa. . 3:05. P. H. 1041 A. M. Ho. I Accommodation....?.. 3:00 A. il. 6:35 P. M. This train leayes Sunday morning not Monday. " ' - : JAMES PATTERSON Agent. Little niami &Colnmbiitft Xenia K.H. .ol'fm t,BAYB. ABRFVB. NirttEifprBes..... .....vi.. ISO A.M. 18:56 A. M Oinoinnati Aooommodation. 5:00 A. M. 8:35 P. M. Sxprees.. v....it....ia.-W P. M. 11:00 A. M. Express. v. 6:15 P. M. 15 P. M' "'.vm w, .JtNO. WVVQHERTY. Agent. Baltlmsrs"- Obi Railroad Central . Ohio Division. .ryI TLti IjP, Mate. 1 1. 'inm. N7ht Express....-'..." : Al M.:,il:2S P. M. .- ;. .i. i! i - A. D. Smith,. Aent. Colnmtms, 'Cntcnfra ana Indiana Cen tral Kail war. - W1T1. ARR1TB. Wight Express-. A Z.S .K .. i-lfcSS A. iHV fill) A. M. Accommodation 6:45 A. M. 1:50 P. M. Western Express..,....-. 530 P. M. T0 P. M. Day Express....... i.l:10" P. ll:0o A. M. -Or A. Hux, Agent. Sandnslty-. Iflanetleld i'lVewarfc. RiK. ' ." Train tears Kewsrk and arrlTe as follows1 " ' i",''";1-0 "'' 1 lEAVE' ARRIVE. iuiitV:;:.'.!!!i..i4,:...;.! a.mi t p.m. Nail and xprBss....l...:...'.10.M A.M. .8S P.M. Mansfield Express P.M.. 9.45 A.M. ; ;..,.-' -n.ix.'i A,W,p.Eiiias.Agent. Pitts am rgb- Cincinnati a St,;. Lonia :iu!-:i -!...; n.. awr ." ,!, "' . -I .,., .MtH..( mn. Antmr.' New YoTk Express'-..." 2:00 A: M. ' ' 11:15 P. M. Lightning Express. ,:..;,.lr!20 A- M. 60 M. Mail and Express ......... :13 P.M. 11:65 A. M. Dennison Accommodation 6:00 A. M. M P. M. - : New York Express inn daily. 'All other trains Tun daily, exoept Sunday. J ' ; . - Dennison Accommodation start from freight jf wuIaor-Jo B.;5pkxMB, Agent.- RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE. CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. , ABxrna.;; close. A. M. r. V A. X. 7. K Kasterm ) Through Mails.' via cueuuouTiuo u Pittsbunth... 1330 Ji0 lfcOO 30 Eastern Way Mails.-C.C. 3 ' 4CB 1230 ......1240 Borthwest, ri Fi W. ,,. , ... -i 7.- V&ICBKQ.TIKV'.f.ai. V 0. Ati. R. R...' UK .... Little Miami B.B4 TW ( '."j ,' Vlfli LittleMiamf R. K.. Wit. .... 1 1:55 1130 :15 730 . - Zanesville A Wheeling. ; .. C. O. R Way. C- P. A l. Through and,, Way : Ctrcleville, Chillioothe , Portsmouth.. . 12:30 12:30 1) T30 ' t0 11.-00 ' 7;S0 .... . BKK .... 8.-00 10:30 .... 1C30' .... 1030 .... ... 730 .... 7:30 .... 115 .... ,'l0 .... 10 East ay, National Road. ' it. Vernon Way, Wester- Tille. Ao D orth Columbus aniCiin, tonville. ....... ..; W ashington C.H., via Har " risfanrg.. 1 tri-weeklyj 1 arrives Mondays Wed- P nesdays, i Fridays, and ' leaves Tuesdays, Thars- J&a. mnti S. t Ilrfl .1 ' IA0 730 V.: I ly ,) rnesaays, a nursoayB ia si. 1S6 . JUU uaj 0 .......... .... . . Oppicb Hours. Office opens at7H oeloek A. M., ' and eloses at 1 P.M.- Sundays. opens sf 84 A. M., and eloses at tH A. M. . : -. : AU Mails cloce on Sundays at BXP.TB: JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. [For Telegraph Markets see Inside.] Weekly Review of Columbus Market. STATESMAN OFFICE, Oct. 6. APPLES The demand is fair at $3 75 4 60 per barrel, and 91 602 00 per bushel, "retil.i i ti- - . uBUTTERTbe supply Is increasing; lots cannot be sold ttt a higher rate than 25e. BROOMS Are very firm at 22 60 for common, $2 75 3 00 for medium. $3 50 ' 4 00 for extra, and $4 505 : 00. lor fancy. . -t"- -.';- . .COFFTE--Dernand good. We qnote me dium 2325c, prime to choice 2fi26)c Java 3340c - f. ' CHEESE rFirm . at : our . quotations. Dairy 1616s'0; and Ohio factory ; 18c, Vfith prospect of higher prices. DRUGS AND DYES Our suotations are unchanged, although prices are very firm. We note Carbu Soda. I,iverpool, 8c ; Sal Soda 67c; Saleratus 1012c ; Cream Tartar, pure, 65c ; 2d quality 3550c; Borax 45c; Brimstone and Sulphur 89c; Ep. . Salts 8c; Saltpetre 16320 Camphor $1 60; lndigo$1402 00; Madder 2325i;; Alum - 7c; Copperas 5c; Blue Vitriol 18c. . EGGS Are in good supply at much hieh er figures. We note retail price at 2325c per dozen. : . FISH The demand r remains good lor all kinds. " We quote .No. 1 Maok ; f rel half barrels at $12 50; No. 2 do. 11 00 White fish- are lower; we quote new at $7 25 for half barrels: Gibbed Her ring $5 25; Labrador do. $7 00; Dried Her rina 60c ; new Cod Fish 8 to,9o. h: FLOUK-r-Prices range from S10 75 for. good, spring wheat to $12 75 for best red wheat per barrel, in lots. . ' FRUIT AND JNUTS The demand for. foreign fruit ia good. ..We quote Layer Raisttisat$4 75 for old, and$5 60 for new;. Currants 17c; Prunes 18c; Figs 2023c; Cit- job 40o; Almonds 2540c; Filberts 20c ; Pe-- ean82022c; Brazil nuts 1820c; Sardines, 'fluftrtere, 25c; Oranges $7 50; Lemons $7 7 50. " r- GRAIN Wheat, red $22 30; Oats 60c; ; Corn, firm at 7580c per bushel. -SEED We quote Flax at $2 25; Clover $6 507 OO; Timothy $3 25 per. bushel, buying rates.-- i , HAMS AND BACON Suear cured Hams ; 20c; Plain do. 20e; Bacon sides 1516o per pound ; Mess Pork $28 00. ? LAD-"Jfoli.mucl doing; sales at 19 : r .' .-.OILS Lard Oil nominal at $110; Lln ' ' seed $1 25; Fish Oil 90c$l 00. PErROLEUM-33c. ';' POTATOES From $1 40 to 1 60 per1 oushel.1 - ' ' ' " '' Vlr, BICE The demand is fair. , We quote Rangoon at llllc.' ': , .XEAD.AND SHOT A re higher. 'We quote Drop Shot at $3 75; Buck $4 00; Barladl3c... . . ' " ' MOLASSES AND SYEUP Are In gooa demand, and prices are fully maintained. We quote Suzaf House Syrup at 65c; Good Syrup 85c$100; Extra do: $1 101 15; , Drips $L251 30; P. :R. Molasses 8590c; , New crop New Orleans $1 001 05. SUGARS There has been a firmer tone in the sugar market for the past week, with a brisk demand. We quote Molasses Sugars at 11c; Cuba 12X13Jc; Porto Rico 13J 14c; C yellow. 15Mcj extra C white 15c; A white 1616Jie ; hards Y1&. SOAP-rWe quote common at 910c; German llp; Erasive HK12kc; Bab bett's 13c; American Castile 17c; Foreign do. 25c. -STARCH-Thiere are no changes In pri l'" 'ess from last week's quotations 8c the ruling rate. ' SALT The demand Is light, with almost no stock. We quote Hocking and Zanes vllle at $2 252 50; Cases Dairy $4; Bar rels with sacks $6. ' .-::) TALLOW Is held at 1213o. . TEAS Are about 15c 1$ & higher. We qnote common, 95c$l '25; medium $1 50 1 70; Fine to-choice Youns Hyson, $1 75 1 90; Imperial $1 652 00; Gunpowder $1 752 00; Oolong, $1 251 65. ."TOBACCO Manufactobed Dark 10s, and Navy Ms 6575c; Bright Js and pounds 95i;SI SOrSix twist 40c; Smoking ! Tobacco J2232c; Fine cut.Tehewingi;-' JJ$l 20. 1 i : : , . ' ; !! i . j - ' WOODEN WARE Two hoop Pails -2 80; three do. $3 ; No. 1 Tubs $13 00; No. 2 $11 50; No. 3 $10 50; Washboar.ls $3 25; No. 1 Ctiurns $14; No. 2 do. $13; No. 3 do. $12. Cleveland Market—Oct. 3. FLOUR - ed. City made held at $12 25 lor XXX -white; $10 5010 75 for XX amber; $8 50 9 75 for XX red; $99 25 lor XX spring; $88 25 for X spring? country made ranves at $9 5010 for XX red and amber; $8.259 25 for XX spring; $10 751I 75 Jor XX white. 1 WHE AT Market dull but nnchanged ; ; ' held at $1 85 for No. 1 red winter; $1 70 for 2 do, $1 70 for No. 1 western spring. t CORN Dull and nominal; No 1 mixed heldat$l 00. . OATS Dull and heavy; holders asking and 5859c offered. ; .. : jSY'E--Market quiet and unchanged; held "'BARLET BecelptS good and market Verr llrm:-held at $2 002 05 for No. 1 -State and Canada, -'ia r.j kVj:i ;;;..! HILL FEED In good demand and firm at $33 00 per ton for fine middlings; $30 00 : ior.Na.2do; $26 00 lor coarse do; $22 00 lor shorts. . J.'"','7 unRK- Oniet and unchanged; held at $31 00 for No. 1 Mess; $29 00 loi No. 2 do. LARD Steady and firm at 20c for city rendered : 19l9)j tor country do. :. SMOKED MEATS Firm and unchang ed at 19c for ham?; 14c for shoulders. . - BUTTER Firm and nnchanged; choice Western Reserve in demand at 3740c; 2835e for good to prime do and Central. CHEESE Market steady but not active; held at 1416o' for large lots good to choice dairy ailil factor;; 1617e. for small lots selected do. i : EGGS MarkeUfirm and demand , good ; heldat 2526c; ' i n i POTATOES Fair demand and steady at 85 95c lor Peachblows and Nesuaonocke; mixed lots dull at 80S5c. i i 't - SWEET POTATOES Rather qniet at $5 00 per barrel for Ohio; $7 00 for Jersey. ONIONS Steady- and unchanged . at $4 755 00 per barrel; market well supplied at present. DRIED APPLES Fair request and steady at 810o for old and new fruit. GREEN APPLES Active shipping de mand for choice sound fruit at $3 253 75 per barred. -VINEGAR Good cider vinegar in de mand and firm at 20c per gallon. SEEDS Timothy steady at $3 003 15 for retail lots. Nothing of importance do ing in Clover. ' . .; PETROLEUM Market unchanged and steady; refined 2728c for round lots; 29 3oc for retail lots. LIME White Lime steady at $140 per barrel ; Water Lime in good request at $1 70 per barrel lor Oswego and Akron. LAKE r lSU Market quiet; White 1 isu held at $6 50: Trout at $5 50.' i PLASTER Market steady and firm at $1 65 per barrel for. Alabaster Land Plas ter; $3 do Calcined; Powell's Land Plaster $10 per ton. do Calcined $3 per barrel. FEATHERS Demand light and market steady at 7595e, according to quality, for live geese. .'. - ' . TA LLO w i'lrm and in active request at ll12e lor city and country.: i '' Boston Wool Market. [From the Advertiser of Friday.] ' The receipts of wool in this market the past week have heen 4,377 bales, aeainst 4,004 bales for. the corresponding week of last year. The sales since our last report have been 1,750,000 lbs of domestic and 916 bales and 16.000 lbs of foreign, chit-fly South American ana Metnteranean. There continues to be a good demand for both foreign and domestic- wool from man ufacturers, and the sales ot the past week exceed those of any previous one during the. year. Prices are well sustained, and on some desirable descriptions an advance has been obtained. " Dealers are generally free sellers, although a few houses have not ret 8liown their most desirable lots, believ ns that Drices will yet reach a higher point. There is more Inquiry for fine wool, and holders are firm at 65c for Picklock, which U very scarce; good XX are held at 65c, and a good X at 52-, with but little dispo sition to press sales. Combing continues scarce, and no sales of good lots have been made below 57c, which is an advance on last week's rates-. Super pulled has been in active request, ana Detter rates nave been obtained. The stock here is very light, and some short supers have been sold the past week at high rates. ' Extras have bees also in good demand, and although they are in larger supply than supers, prices have advanced. v Baltimore Live Stock Market—Oct. 1. The receipts for the week were 2,098 cat tle, 3.621 sheep and 5,715 hogs. . ' BEEF CATTLE Of the arrivals this week, about 500 bead were shipped to other markets, without being ofinred here, and the balance comprised the offerings to-day. The market opened this morning un usually dull, but with a good attendance of but. hjrs and farmers, prices for all grades or cattle', except the most Inferior qualities, remain unchanged, these being about 25 cents per 100 lbs lower. We quote old cows and scalawags at $3 254 00; ordinary thin steers, oxen and cows, $4 005 00; common to fair stock cattle 4 755 25; ' fair .quality beeves, 6 007 00; and the very best beeves at $7 008 25 per 100 lbs, the average price being about $5 25 gross.- . - j: . ' SHEEP The market bas been only mod erately supplied during the past week, and under a good demand quotations have im proved about lie- per lb. '. Prices to-day ranged as follows :' : Fat sheen at 4J5Jc per lb, gross; stock sbeep at 2 W(g6 UU per bead; lambs at $2 004 00 per head. . HOGS The supply of .hogs during the past week has been about equal to the de mand, but rates for all grades are a shade lower. Prices to-day ranged as follows: Common to fair live hogs $1113, and good to extra fat $13 5014 75 per 100 lbs net. MEDICAL. DRUNKENNESS DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC. rrBE OBLT INFALLIBLE HE1EDT A Can be given with or without the knowledge ot tne patient, ur. j onnston s Treatise on .uruns, enness. its (y'onseanenoes and Cnre." free on ao- plication. Price of 8p:cifio per bottle, tl.50, cr inree noiues tor .uv. . Aixgz- - J. (solinellei, Sols Proprietor and Manufacturer, Columbus, 0 SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. : sepl7-dT&8&wly BRYAN'S LIFE INVIG0R1T0R, : .OE REJ0VE SATING ELIXIK, For the immediate relief and permanent care of thatcondition which unfits the sufferer from per forming the duties of lite, and which arises from a morotd condition of the Aidney and bladder, and i results in nervous nrostration and orsanic debility. 5 1 bare used this remedy in my private practice t with- unviryir success for many years. 1 am i therefore induced to offer it to the afflicted, feeling oonfident its merits will be appreciated. ' It is i adapted to all derangements of the Urinary Organs. ., It strengthens the system, and gives life, health ! nd strength to all who use it and follow my direo Itions. It never fails to remove Nervous Debility, llmDatencv-or Want of Power, and all Weakness i arising from Excesses or Youthful Indiscretion, re-.-suiting in 1 LOSS OF MEMORY, NERVOUS TREMBLING, U N PLEASANT DREAMS, UEN'L LASSITUDE, 1 WEaKNEHVES. DIMNESS OF VISION. I rlKAUAUUlf, (LUSUlUUKTUB SiilM, i vv men, ii negieoiea. win nssureaiy ieaa on w lo ffsanity or Consumption. When the system is once enacted it wiu not recover without help, it must be invigorated and strengthened to enable the suf ferer to loinll tbe duties of life. Sold bv orineinal DniffEista everywhere. Price One Dollar per bottle Six Bottles for Five Uuiiars. Sent by express, on receipt of the money, by -Drt. J. BKYAN.M East 13th sU. New York, Private oiroulars sent free: enclose stamp. TO LADIES If you require a reliable reme dy, why not use the best? Experience has proves mat DR. HARVEY'S FEMALE PILLS " Have no equal.' They are fafo and sure in ordina ry cases. ; , frice One Dollar per Box. . DR. HARVEY'S GOLDEN PILLS, ' Four deerees stronger than tbe above, are intended for spoil cases, and may always be relied on. Price Five Dollars per Box. Illustrated private oiroulars sent free. Enclose stamp. - . If you cannot procure the pills enclose the mon ey and address DR. J. BRYAN, 9 East 13th st New York, and they will be sent free from obsei vation by rerurn of mail. YTOTJNG MEN The utmost reliance may be A placed in ........ BELL'S'SPECIFIC PILLS. Wn- tbe nneedy and nermanent eurer-of Seminal 'Weakness or Emissions, the result of Youthful Indiscretion or Excesses. They can be used with out detection or interference with bnsiness, and they will restore you to hea'th and strength. rKlUb u.Mii wuLAtt. . rnvate circulars nun in.trnnlinna BAnt. free. Knolose Stain D. If you cannot procure the pills enclose the money and address DR. . I. BUY AN. 88 bast 13th St.. New York, and they will be tent free from observation by return mail. J r4-deodtwly GROCERS. M'COLM, ? MILES & M'DOMDS, NO. 14 & 128 SOUTH HIGH STREET- , . GROCERS, PKOPRIETOKS sjwL.unitj row - DER MAGAZINE, and agents for the sale of Basard Powder Uoinpanj s. rowuor. ajjoh ior he sale of .... ;..: - ' GARDNER, PH1PPS' 4 CO.'S j Celebrated Sugar ' Cured Hams, and dealers in I FOEEIGJf, DOMESTIC AND STAPLE GliOUEKIES I-; i. .11 a;A;Aa TmnA.iMl Wlniti -' ltrani11r . .' . CURED WITH uigars, eu. iuix-tpuiy , DRY GOODS. NAI.GH'J'llN'S i r . ; i ; v SPRING- & SUMMER . DRY GOODS.. EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS TO BUY -A.T I AUCHTON'S! Purchasers of Dry Goods are oordiallj invited to oall and examine tne NEW --a S T O C K DRESS GOODS . i- FANCY GOODS SHAWLS DOMESTICS EVERYTHING.. .CHEAP 1 , CHEAP .CHEAP! " .CHEAP .CHEAP 1 JAMES NAUGHTON, 118 tc 122 South iSigb Street, novll-dly-aprlT COLUMBUS. OHIO. DRY GOODS.it GRAND '''"OPENING OF 'V; ft ;? I -: Fall and Winter Goods .,A-AT- GILCnmST,GRA&CO.'S Nos. 23, 25, 2 7 & 29 S. High Street. DRESS GOODS. Now opening, the most varied and rlegant stock of mA L' I 1 ' ) . ouered in this market. SILKS In all the new styles and colorings. A magnificent assortment. LACES AND EMBROIDERIES! An elegant assortment. FULL LINE FURNISHING GOODS Full assortment of Harris Brothers' Seamless Kid. Also, Alexandre's. OUR PRICES ARE UNIVERSALLY LOW. GILCHRIST, GRAY & CO.. ' Nos. 23. 23, 2 & 28 South High st. octa - CITY ADVERTISEMENTS. Paving Notice. To all whom it may concern: CITY CLERK'S OFFICK. Columbus. O., Aug. 17. 1668. j Notice is hereby given, that proceedings have been instituted in tne tity uouncu ot uolumbus, toi tnakins the followincimorovements. to wit: For repaying and paving the nnpaved sidewalks in front of Cadwallader's Hotel upon West Broad street. ' Also, for grading and guttering Gangewer alley Deiween Aiound sireec ana aouin street. Also, for buildins a simile row flaestone nave- ment across Broad street at the intersection and upon tbe east side of Bank alley Also, for grading and graveling the roadway on outn street Between seventn street and w asning ten avenue. Also, for grading and paving the nnpaved side walks, gutters and crossings and grading and grav eling the roadway on Washington avenue between South street and South Public lane. Also, for grading an-t graveling the roadway on Washington avenue between Mound street and ooutu street. Also, for paving the nnpaved sidewalks, gutters and crossings and aradine and sravelins- the road way ot Walnut alley from High street to Fair al ley. The same to be done in accordance with the platJ and estimates to be prepared by tbe ility Uivil ,a zinear. and filed in the office of the City Clerk. All Dersons claiming damages on account of said proposed improvements are required to file their claims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or betore tne laud day ot October A. i). lew. L. E. WILSON, ang23-dltaww City Clerk Paving Notice. To all whom it may Concern: - " CITY CLERK'S OFFICE, 1 . - i . Columbus, O., Aug. 31, 1868.1 Notioe is hereby given. that nroceedinffs have been instituted in the aCity Council of Columbus, for maKiog tne iouowitg improvements, to-wit: For grading and paving the gutters and crossings and grading tne roadway on uak street trom w ash inaton avenue to East Public lane. The same to be done in accordance with plats and estimates to oe prepared oy tne iity uivn ,n cin'er. and filed in the uffioe of the City Clerk. All Dersons olaiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to file tbeir elaims in the office of the Clerk, in writing, on or betore the .nineteen to. day ot uctooer, A. u. 1808. h. E. WILSON, ep6-dltaw4w City Clerk Paving Notice. To all whom it may concern: CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. Columbus. O., Sept. 11. 1868.1 Notice is hereby given that proceedings have been instituted in the City Council of Columbus, for makinu the following improvements, to wit : For repaving the sidewalks in front of property numbered nineteen West Broad street. ' Also, to construct a twelve inch stone pipe sewer on Seventh street from a point opposite the north line of W. C. Brown's lot on Broad street to anoint opposite the north line of the first alley north of Broad streeteast ot seventn street. Also, for constructing stone arch culvert of such dimensions as may be required, across Broad street where the proposed ditch orosses the same near Aoheson's lane. Al-o. to establish the boundary line of Park street between North Public lane and the bridge over tne j. j. ai 1 kj. nauway, ana to erect marks at Ettcn points as tne same may. be easily known. Also, for graaiDg and paving the unpaved side wal ks. antters and crosxinss. and eradins: and arav eling the roadwa v of Walnut alley from Fair alley west to Front street. Thtt smA to bedone m accordance with nlata and estimates to be prepared by tbe City CivUEngineer j ii 1 .. 1 : . l. ..(l. ,1,A nn lil. IIU lltVU IU 111. vuwn u. .uv viiv v.w a. All nersnns olaiming damages on account of said proposed improvements, are required to . file their Claims in toe omce 01 (tie viera, lit writing, on o before the t hirty-first day of October. A. D. 1868. ll. Jb. VY ILiBUIH. sepl7-dltaw4w City Clerk. Paving Notice. To all whom it may Concern: CITY CLERK'S OFFICE. Columbus, 0., Sept. 21, 1868.) Notice is hereby gi ven that proceedings have been instituted in the. City Council of Commons, for making tbe louowiog improvements, 10-wit : For repaving the gutters and resetting the curb ing on the west side of Seventh street between Friend street and Rich street. Also, for paving the unpaved sidewalks on the east side of Filth street between Rich street and Cherry street. Also, for grading and graveling Chapel street from High street to Fair alley. Also, lor grading the roadway of Hamlet street north from the C. 0. A C. railroad depot to the line of Wm. JNeira property. The same to be done in aooordanee with plats and estimates to be prepared by the City Civil Engi neer, and filed in toe omce 01 tnev.iiyierK. . All persons claiming damages on account of said nmivA.n imnrnvftmfliiui. are reouired to file their claims in the office of tlie Clerk, iu writing, on or before the Seveutu nay 01 iovemuer.u. io. - - - Jj. a. TVlLoUfl, sep21-dltaw4w City Clerk PRINTING. PRINTING. THE LARGEST AND MOST - COOT. ' ' ' ' - PLETE ).! BOOK i JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT IN CENTRAL OHIO. PROPRIETORS. -i -i Nos. 36, 38 & 40 North High St, COLUMBUS, OHIO' The attention tbe Business Publie : called to ' the superior facilities of this Establishment. . 1 . 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' ' IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never pro ducing tbe slightest injury. - THE ROSADALIS Is not a secret medicine, Tbe articles from which it is made are published around each bittlev and it is used and recommended by the Medical r acuity where-er it hts been introduced, as a POS1TIV & and RELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of the Blood Liver and Jvidaeys. . . : ... tW Used and indorsed ly tne lending: Physicians everywhere it is ktows. ' The following, among many hundreds of our best citizens, testily to its wonaenui emcaoy; CERTIFICATES FROM PHYSICIANS. Baltimore, Md.. Marcb 4, 1963, I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALIS" to be the Bt8T Altebat.vr in L'as, and therefore cheerfully recommend it as sucn. THOMAS J. BOY KIN. M, D. Baltimore. February 10. 18C8.Q Hv .T .1 tlVRINTIi: Dehb Sir I take pleasure in recommending your ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. I have seen it used in two cases with happy results one a case of secondary syphilis, in which the patient nmnnnniij nimaelf cured after havinjr taken five bottles of your, medicine. The other a case of sorolula, of long standing, which is rapidi improv ing under its use. and the indications are that tbe PSHOU. Hill HXIll IWUVOl. 1 uavv umoiuuj ....j ined the formula by which your Kosedaiis is made, and find it an excellent compound ot alterative in- gredients. ; lours truiy, CARR, M D, We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe and reliable alterative. Ac. and take pleasure in recommending it to the prolession ana tne public A. 1). MOOKE. M. D., I A UTITU l 1 j.'h.'winsi'ead.'Vi.d.. ' K. M. DAHHAN, Al. U., W. . DUUOAN, M.D E. BAKNEW. M D.. , T K. W. KINO. M. D., W. T. BUEWER.il. D.. W.J. BULLOCK, M. D. .I.nnrT T IPflfl. 1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted with tbe above named Physicians, and thry are all gentlemen of respeotability and standing in tbis community. . . T C. DAVIS, Mayor of Wilson. N.C. January 11, 1868. Bosadalis will Cure the Wers Cases of Scrofula Rend the Statement Below and Despair Not. Wilsoh County, September 10, 1867. - Dr. J. J. Lawrence: Dear Sir My youngest daughter, aged five years, bas been dreadfully at Ainrrt with rrofula nearly ail her life. I tried a greet many pbysicixns, but without relieving her mucn; in tact, most 01 mem earn mere was uu uupe of cure. During the last f prirg she w worse than ever: her body and limbs being covered wita sores and blotches with face and eyes badly ulcerated and swollen. While in this condition I was ad vised by l)r. L. A. Stith to try yonr Rosadalis. I at once procured three bottles, and commenced giving it to her. The effect was Magical. In less than a month, to mr great astonishment, she was entirely "' nrs, with much roBpeet and gratitude. w. w. us. nail 11 Sosadalfs Cures nil Skin Diseases. Wilsih. N.C. September 15, 1867, Tlr T.wrnne! Dear Sir In 1863 my son. now sged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to be impure matter, wnicn completely aestrujvu uto health. He has been afflicted with an inveterate n,l s,tramHl. trnuhlRome EruDtion of the Skin. sometimes breaking out in sores, Ac. Rosadalis was pres ribe l by my family physician. Dr. A, D. Moore. After taking it a few weeks my son became and re mains entirely wen. - Yours truly, J. H. DANIEL, Chronic Liver Complaint Cured. Thia in to certify that I was cured of Chronic Liv. er Complaint by Dr. Lawrerioe's Rosadalis, after having been eonnnea to my non ana duuh ior a itmg time, and trying various medicines without benefit. I know of several otbers in this county cured through the use of Rosadalis. and it can be found in nearly every bouse in my neighborhood, and they all praise it asa great "fH0aU8 THORN Green County, August 14, 1SC7. Rosadalis is a Potent Remedy in all . ' Chronic Diseases. Fbom G. W. Blottkt. Esq., Attorney at Lav, Wiuon. North Carolina. I have been cured of Chronic Inflammation of the Ear and Partial Deafness, of tn years' standing, by Rosadalis. ' utu. vr.DLUuni. Kosadalls will Cure the Very Worst Coses ot Chronic ' ISheuiuatisiu. . Portsmouth. Ya., February 85, 1868. Captain J.H. Baker: Dear Sir- This is to certify that I have been atnicttd with Rheumatism for the last five or six years, many times unable to move. 1 tried all med icines recommended to me for the disease, without receiving any benefit. Having beard "Kosadalie" highly spoken of, 1 procured s bottle, and. finding some relief, continued it until 1 am happy to say that I am completely well. ..... 1 not only consider the Rosada is. a sovereign remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre ventive, and 1 eaeerfully recommend it to the 'anlicted." Yours, very truly, ' JAMES WEBB. Wilson. January 7, 1888. T hereby certify that I have used Dr. Lawrence's justly celebrated Rosadalis in my family as a gen eral Alterative and Tunic, with the most satisfac tory results, and I therefore conscientiously recom mend it to the public as a medicine of raro and gen uine merit. James w. davis. Sheriff of W ilson county, N.C, Rosadalis This medicine bas met with an un precedented success in thiscomiuunity. Cant. Ba ker, tbe polite and attentive agent for this city, in forms us that it is next to impossible to supply tbe demand made for it; and that the medicii e is effect re some wonderful cures, and siving great satis faction to all who bare used it Xorolk ( Va.) Daily Journal, November 29, 1867. Prepared only by J.'J. LAWRENCE. M. I).. Chemist, Baltimore. Md., (late of- rt ilson, N, C.) Price tl50perbottle. . " Sold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale Druggists in all the large cities of the United States and British America, and retailed by druggists every where. . " ., . Ah letters of inquiry Ac, promptly answered. Address Dr. J. J. LAWREJiUE A CO., sole pro prietors and manufacturers, 211, Baltimore street. Baltimore, Md ; WESTERN DEPOT, 230 Vine St., Cincinnati, O. JIT For sale in Columbus by Braun, Bruck A Co. Huston A Gardner, ti. . bamuel A Co.. and R Jones A Son. mayla-diwly Paving Notice. TRANSPORTATION. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad. Five Trains Daily, ' EXCEPT SUNDAY. From Columbus; in connection with Trains on tie Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia Railroads. NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1 A.M.! Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Uilead, Galion, Crestline, Shelby. New London, Welling ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at 6:20 A. M., New York 7:00 A. M. This train leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. ISO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus at 5 KM) A. M. Will stop at all way stations. Thif train starts from the Freight Yard. NEW YORK. EXPP.KSS Leaves Columbus at 11:10 A.M. H ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal ion, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wellington Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3-M P. M.. New York net day at 3:45 P. M. MAIL ANO EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 3d P. M. Will stop at Worthington, Lewis ('enter Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shilob, New London, Wellington, Graf ton and Berea. Ar rive at Cleveland at 9:86 P. M.. New York 10:30 P.M. SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL AWARE Leaves Columbus at 3:05 P. M. Will stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring field, arriving at Delaware at 4:10 P. M., Springfield C:50 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A. M ., arrives at Delaware at 8:10 A. .11.; Columbus 106 A.M. Patent Sleeping Cars are rust on al Nifht Trains to Chicago, . New Vork and Boston. Baggage checked through to New York and Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and New Y'ork, via Crestline. ' .. ' RETURNING? . ' r . Nizht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:00 A. M. Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at H:H P.M. Mail Train arrives at Colnmbus at 9:10 P. M. Springfield Aooommodation arrives atColumbu at 1035 A. M. , Fare as Low ns by any Other Route. Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. E. S. FLINT, Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio. JAMES PATTERSON. ' Agent, Columb S.Ohio. . Columbus, May 11. 1868. PROCLAMATION. BSIEJKXF' PROCLAMATION! rrtHE QC A LI FIE it VOTE K 8 OF 1 Franklin county are hereby notified to meet at their respective places of holding elections on the 2d Tuesday ot uctober, A. v. lees, being tbe . 13lh Day oi October, A... D. 1S6S, and vote for the following officers, to-wit: One Secretary of State; . : One Judge of the Supreme Court; One Member of Board of Public Works; One Co:nn.issionerof Common Schools; One Cletk of Snnrems Court: . One Representative in Congress to represent the Seventh Liongressionat Lnatriot; .. One Clerk of tbe Court of Common Pleas, One Prosecuting Attorney; -:- One County Commissioner; 1;; . ; . 1 ; One Infirmary Director, and (inn Cnnntv Surveyor. The Trustees of the several Townships are re quired to retnrn to tbe Clerk of tbe Court the came of thefollowing number of Jurors: ' t'ity A MontgomeryTp40 Perry .- 2 Frnkhn 6 B'enilon.... Jackson 4 Plain S Pleasant 3 Jefferson S Prairie Mifflin... Brown ......,..-.-... 9 ' Truro.. ...... Norwich 3 Hamilton ........'3 Washington ........... 3 Madison Sharon ................ 3 Clinton ;. '. ' 93 Given under my hand and seal, tbis 8th day : seal) of September. A. It. 1868. GEORGE H. EARHART, . Sheriff of Franklin County, Ohio. aepH-dAwtd NEW YORK. REEVES' AMBROSIA FOB THE ' II AIR Improved ! It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. It causes the Eair to Curl beautifully. It keeps the Scalp C'ean and Healthy. It invigorates the Roots of the Hair. It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly. It immediately stops Hair Falling Out. It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age. It restores Grey Hair to iti; Original Color. It brings out Hair on beads that have been bald years. It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget ble substances. It has received over six thousand voluntary testi monials of its excellence, many - which are from physicians in high standing. It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown in tbe glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fanoy Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole sale by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.; Scbieffelin A Co.. New York. S0HNY-meh27-dly CLOTHING. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. HUNTER'S Clothing Emporium, No. 220 South High St., . - - COLUMBUS, OHIO. T flAVK JTtrjST RECEIVED THE X largest and finest stock . of Fall and Winter Uoods ever brought to this oity. consisting oi . French, ' Eufrlifjli and - Domestic Cloths. (Jti. simeres., 5o., For Gentlemen's wear, which 1 will sell at the low. est Cash prices. Also keep constantly on hand s well selected Slock 01 READY MADE CLOTHING. JOHN HUNTER. ju22-dly . 820 South High street. COMMISSION. WM. MONYPENY, Forwarding : and Commission JIEBCHANT, ' ' '; DEALER IN GRAIN OF ALL KINDS, OUR, WHISKY Ac. Mr T .. st Prices Paid at all times for Corn, W Barley, e c, etc. . V F F T C E : Near West End of IVai'l R ad Br Id are coLUUEU&.emo. febls-deodlv MEDICAL. - to- PHILOSOI-HY OF MARRIAGE. A New Course op Lectckks, ss delivered at the New York Museum of Anatomy, embracing the sub jects: How to live end wbat to live tor; loutb. Maturity and Old Age; Manhood general y review ed : Theeaute of indigestion, flatulence andAer uus diseases accounted fur ; Marriage philosoph ically considered, Ao. . , t . . Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be forwarded to parties unable to attend on reeciptof four stamps, by addressing br.CKc.1 AK1, JNEW York Mcski'm of Anatomy and Sciencb. la Bboadwat Kbw York. VKT-feba8-dly HOTEL. ST. JAMES HOTEL, Fourth Street, near ITIain, CINCINNATI, OHIO. UEXRY P. ELLVS, .... Proprietor. THIS POPULAR HOUSE, CENTRALLY L0 cated and convenient to business, and to all points of travd. is the most desiriable stopping Slace for persons viitiug tbe eit.. No pains will e spared to make the stay ot guests pleasant in every particular. myl2d6m Ya.uable Hotel Property for Sale. TBEnriDERSlCNED WILL SELL AT nrivate sale that well known and nnnnlar t.tr. ern stand, situated in the town of Ba timers,. Fair- held county, unio. no occupied by Major W. J Creed. If not sold at private sale it will ba nfiVtreii at public sale on Octol er 15th, lt-68, on the prem ite. Tern s easy. For further particulars, apply to the present occupant, the undersigned, proprie tor of the "Mithoff House," or Frank H. Carpenter, 1U liKLUHUlli sep211toctl5 1 JOHN KAUFMAN. TRANSPORTATION. NEW TIME EAST BALTIMORE & OHIO BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD Three Trains LeaveCelsnbsi (Tin Bepot), Stall t (Sundays stxcepteit . 2:IO A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS, srrivin f Zaoesville M 4:30 A. M.; Bellaire at 3:10 A. M. Baltimore at 4JU A. M.; rVasbingtos City st S:l As lalsr . . 1 ' t llllO A. M. LIUHTlNa EXPRESS irrivins at Zanesville st 1:15 P. V : Bellaire at 4:30 P. M. Baltimore at 8. Sit A. M.r Washington City st A. M. ' - - - - - -. . . . -; - j . i . ; ' - StOO P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanes vine at r. m.: xeuaire at oso r. fti.; iialtimors at 4:45 P. M.; Washington City at 5:45 P.M. 3. These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hours tu advance of all other routes to Baltimore and Washington. . . . . - , . . - Close connections made at Baltimore snd Wash ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York. Passenger! holding through tickets to ' Eastern eities have the privilege of 1 1 t Ti&iting Washington City Free, -. 7 ; ! -..''. q . . , ,.: . No Change of Cars atOhlo River Ask For TICKETS via BEULAI R. JNO L.WILSON. Master of Transportsticn. L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent. JNO. W. BROWN, GenT Passenger Act. may 13. ' Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND— DAYTON & WESTERN DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS. 6 On an after MONDAY, May 11th, 1868, FOU TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ST. . ., wins,' daytoh, bichmond; tS. ' DIOAP0LIS CHICAGO.' :t Withou (change of cars to' DAYTON 'and RICH MON D, and only one change of ears to IN-, DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO. . Connections are reliable as follows I . FIRST TRAIN (Daily). ', , O Leaves at 1 :?0 A. M. for Cincinnati. Circlevilla Aisoeaster, tiinsDoro ana ubiincntne; stops at lioo-don,- Xenia, Morrov, snd Loveland, arriving st Cincinnati at 60 a.n. ' . , i , SECOND TRAIN. - ' ' ' " (Daily except Sundays J ' ' '' Leaves at StOO A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton . mcnmona.4naianpoti8 ana tnicago, and stops at f West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, 8dma, Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Yaltey, Corwin, Morrow, South Lebanon, Fosters. Loveland Milford, ar riving at Cinc'nnati at 1035 A. , Mi conneotiDg with the Mail Boats. - -. m. ''' THIRD TRAIN." "1 (Daily except Sundays.) Leaves at 12:25 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton and tSprirgfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati st 8:10 P.M. , ..,..,.. .- FOURTH TRAIN. ,, . ., ' . .; (Daily except Sundays.. r. Leaves at 5:15 P. M: for Cincinnati, Dayton and Springfield via London,: stopping at Altos, West Jefferson, London, Sonth Charleston. Selraa, Cenarville. Xenia. Morrow and Lovelaao, and ar riving st Cincinnati at 100 J . M - Sl.eeplnsf Cars en all Nlgnt Trains. . - r HENRY BROOKS.Ticket Agent JNO. W. DOHERT Yi Agent. JOHN DURAND. 1 , W. L. OTlE-NrdeUt' Cincinnati. . , . Gen'l Ticket AgU ' maylB PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. PAN HANDLE ROUTE. On and after June 29th, 1668, trains will run as follows: Leave. N. Y. Express. Mail Fast Line. Columbus 2:00 A. M. 2:15 P.M. 1130 A.M. Newark 3:25 A. il. 330 P. M. H:35 P. M. Steubenville.--.S;0O A.M. 8:40 P.M. 5:15 P.M. ' Arrive at ' Pittsburgh ....11.10 A. M. 12:00 M. 7:05 P.M. Harrisbirg.... 8:20 P.M. 120 P. M. 6:00 A.M. Philadelphia.. 1:25 A. M. 4SS P. M. 825 A.M. New York.,.. 6;U0 A. M. 655 P. M. . 11:50 A. M. Baltimore..... 6:45 A. M. 6S0 P. M. 12:30 P. M. Washington... 90 A. M. 90 P. M. 45 P. M. Boston 6:00 P. M 120 P. M. E' egant state room sleeping cars on all night trsd ns. On the r ast Line tbe oelebrated "Silver Palace' day and night cars are run through from Columbus to Philadelphia and New York without changer AS" Passengers by the 2:00 A. M. Sunday train arrive in New York at 5 o'clock Monday morning, an advantage never before offered. . - - -S. F. SCULL: . Genl Ticket Ag't, Steutienville, 0. W. W. CARD. Superintendent, Stenbenville, O. H. B. BROOKS, . Ticket Agent, Columbus, 0. JOHN B.PETERS. Agent, Columbus, O. ! ' junelo-dly-juao WHOLESALE GROCERS. W. B. BROOKS. ALEX. HOUSTON. WM. H. SI. D J. Sc. W. B. BROOKS, Cor. Rich ABigh 8ts., Celsmbsii Wholesale Grocers, SI ALEBS 1W ' NEW ORLEANS SUGARS AND M0LASSE S Island Sugars. Coffee. Teas Spices, Tobaccos, XxIQTJOHS. . cfco. feb5-ly MISCELLANEOUS T. B. PHKPABD. 8. HOKI43ER. CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES. NEW- FIRM. T. S. SHEPAItl HATI1G FORITIED a partnership with G. H0R1GER, for the purpose of carrying on tbe Boot snd Shoe trade at NO. 16S SOUTH IIIffiH 8TSEE r. Would respectfully invite Iheir friends and the public geterally to call and examine their fit-e and well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', .Misses' and Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di rect from the East, and which they are now offering for sale-no the most reasonable terms- Ia our man ufacturing depar'meot special attention is given to CUSTOM MADE WOBK. ... Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done. We would respectfully solicit a share of publio patronage. Please give ns a call. No trouble to BDoW 'Ocl& Remember the place : No. 163 South High street. . 8HEPARD A HORIGKR. Columbus, O., Sept. 121868. : . , dtf MICHAEL HALM. - . O. r, - OHARLI8C. BELLOWS. L. BUTLEB,. . HAUL IIUULOWS &t mrXLiEK, FURNITURE WARE-ROOMS Nos. 216 A:2l8$onth His;!. St., - COLTJiTIRtlS, OHIO. (7Ar eaten sivt Manufactory i ot UuJbot of . oontA , on the Canal J . . Their business tran sections, both Wholesale and Retail, new extend throusbout tbe States of Ohio, Pennsylvania ana Indiana. - They manuiacture PARLOR, BEDROOM, DIN INGROOM, .HALL, AND - KITCHEN FURNITURE -, . of all classes and every design of superior work manship and finish. Also, Cane-Seat Chairs of every description. Wholesale aud Retail. feb8-deidly ' Sheriff's Sale. Conrad Born Court of Common Pleas vs - , of JohnR. L Segar.' Franklin erunty. BY VIRTUE OF A FI FA TO ME DIRECTED from sai l Court, I will offer for sale at publie auction, at the door of the court house, in the city ot Columbus, on . Monday, the 5th dav of October, A. D. . 1868, at 2 o'clock P. M., tbe following property 'to-wit-One single tne Buggy, one double aesited Carriage one sett double Harness, taken as the property o'f John R. L. Segar. . - GBORGE H. EARHART, .Sheriff. . By J. S. Btjll. Deputy. ""' w, H. Dunmick, Ait'i. ! . . tepSS-dlOt n''V Lrs "" SALE.-Five desirable J city lots, corner First avenue snd Summit street. Mount Pleasant addition, Purchasers can have best of cellars, as the lots are Hieb and dry Apply o' - . JOHN SHORT. . iep39-dStw3w , t .. . 264 North High street.