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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE. B sewing t ne arrival and asgerlni s of sratas at Or- mBw, uDio. ug ami attar iloaday,, Mu 941 MS Or Jim will ran as follows : ,1 I77,':"''. 1 Cleveland. CtlmBlBi Ac Clam R. i S. I . westers uttw.. iua.Mi j 1:00 A.M" ewYerk Express a..ll:n A. M.' 18:10 P. M. Mai) end Kvnm.......-... SJO P. M. WO P. M. Jo. 1 Aooonnwaatioa.,.., fcO i,JLf M P. M. train Uev.4 Sunday morniag not Monday. i IMS PATTERSON Agent. -UttttltiMK At Colusa ens Xenia M.H. 11 AT. If dmm . . P U n.n k U Wen.v.-...,.s.'....... 6:14 P. .! P. H fSraittat! : OM. Railroad, Central "C:": J'K '''r';'1. Min.;'. AwarvsV Kt(htxiM. 1:W A. M. 11:15 P. M. Lightning. Sxreer. ...vvvttthv A.M. 4:45 P. M. Kxpreea Alaik.-... 8:00 P. M. lido A. M. T'7'.-f f'r- ow, Agent, i Jeluaeeua Cfc lease and Indlaaa Cen- .ioor no n r.-.ilKM .! -i 'XSAVB. ASBIV8, HUM t Kxorecs..,... ....12:0 A. M 1:16 A. M A noon notation ..... 6:48 A. M, Western Express.......... 9 P. M. ' y-oo PL m. Day Kxptsas... ll-js P. M. 11:00 . M. i: .1 i i .wi i 7v; u. a. tun- Agent. taastusarw, Mansfield Newark. B.R, Tialaa 1t Hawark and antra u foUow LBATC amrm. mfbrht:.:. ,: toe A.M. sp.M. Mailaad E ...1U.H1.II. r.M. ... liSF.H. 9.4SA.M. Maaalald fexpraaa va. Plltatatfli 7talaiMU . Alalia . - uin. iniTi. Kaw Tork I ai .... 1K A. M. 11:15 P.M. LUhtolni Kxprm. ...11 da A. M. si - - 11 A. M. SOO V". M- jtau aaa Axrri xua r . 31. . ji:b&a.h. lwBiaoa Aosomiaodatioa tM A. il. ajio P. U. Saw York ExprsM randail. Ail otoar train T daily. xi)t8anday. . Daaaiana Aooommodation itarti' from fraicbt COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE. CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS. . Asarrxa. OLoexa. Xattora Tironun Mails. ' a. k. r. M. a. n. r. 1 fia 8toabenTilla and Pittsbanrh U30 1S 740 c.b.. ...... , uao . ism jionawest, Tia tt, w; -. .; C . C. C.aV.B.R.' ..i. fc i .... Chteuro,Tia.P.Al. . ; , O..C.1LB.. ..... 01.-00 .... Uttle Miami K.B.. Thro' ; v. ".JJ . little Miami B.B.. War. lis llito C, O. K. R . Newark. Zaoearilla Vhaelinc , .... 1940 . 1M C. O. BVWay 1 .... 1330 ,740 C.-. 11. Tamuk anil ' . 4:18 7:30 .... 7 JO 10 . UM T;30 CireiOTille. Ckillieotha A Portsmouth M0 ' 740 taasester. Ohio. ..... 80 .... 740 ast way. National Boad. 1040 . -..' 1J: (.Vernoa Way. Waster- Tilla. Ao 1040 .... .... 140 D orth Oolnmba and Clia- tonTilla.. 1040 .... .... ' 1:00 W asbiocton C JI.. Tia Har risbarg. (tri-weeklyj arrirea Mondays Wed Beedays, A Fridays, and leasee Taesday a. Than- j atM and KaLurdara 740 Caatre Villas, (tri-week-i lyTaeedaya.Tbaridays Tin. IMS and batardayi". ..........); Uvrioa Hopm.-4)ffiaa ocens at 7 H o'eloek A. M.. aadeloaeeattHP.M. Bandaya, opens at84A.M.. ,OOINHI)(X.a, - . JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. [For Telegraph Markets see Inside.] [For Telegraph Markets see Inside.] Weekly Review of Columbus Market. STATESMAN OFFICE, Oct. 13. APPLES Tbe demand is fair at 93 75 4 00 per barrel, and $1 602 00 per bushel, retail. BUTTER The supply is Increasing lots cannot be sold at a higher rate tbD 25c BROOMS Are very scarce at $22 50 for common, $2 75 3 00 for medium.$3 50 (3i 00 for extra, and 94 605 - 00 lor fancy. COFFEE Demand good. "We qnote me- dinm2325c, prime to choice 2626c, yava iwegwe. .c : . r. - . CHEESE Finn at oar quotations. Dairy 1616o and Ohio .factory 18c, ! with prospect of Higher prices. DRUGS AND DYES Oar quotations are unchanged, al thou jrh- prices are very firm. We note Carb. Soda. Liverpool, 8c ; Sal Soda 67c; Saleratus 1012c ; Cream Tartar, pure, 63c; 2d quality 3o50c; Borax 45c; .Brimstone and Sulphur 89c; Ep. Salts 6n Saltpetre 1520c; Camphor 91 60; Indigo 91 408 00; Madder 2325c;. Alum 7c; Cupperas 6c; Blue Vitriol 18o. i ' EGGS Are in good supply at much high er figures.; We note retail price at 2325o per dozen..' -ma '1: -J . !" - FISH The demand remains good lor all kinds. We quote" No. 1 Mack erel half barrels at 912 60; No. 2 do. 911 00 "White Fish are lower; we quote new at 97 25 i for ball barrels; Gibbed Her ring 95 25; Labrador do. 97 00; Dried Her ring 0e ; new Cod Fish SJ to 9c. - FLOUE Prices range from 910 75 for good spring wheat to 912 75 for-best red wheat per barrel. In lots. FBfJIT AND NUTS-The demand for foreign rrnlt is good. We quote Layer BaUinsat94 80 for old, and. 95 00 for new; -CarfanU17c; Prunes 18c; Figs 2023c; Cit ron 40c; Almonds 2540j; Filberts 20c ; Pe cans 2022q Brazil nuts 1820c; Sardines, qnarters, 25c; Oranges 97 50; Lemons 97 7 50. 4 -' -- -- - GKAIN Wheat, red 922 30; Oats 60c; Cora, firm at 7580c per bushel. ., . ' SEED We quote Flax at 92 25; Oover 96 607 00; .Timothy 93 25 per : bushel, buy in ir rates. HAMS AND BACON Sugar cured Hams 20c; vPlain do. 20c; Bacon sides 1516c per pound ; Mess Pork 928 00. - -r . LABD Not much doing; sales at 19 20fli. '' t- : r-. -vi ,a x OILS LTd OH nominal at 91 10; Lin " seed 91 25; Fish Oil 90c91 00. - t., - xKTKOL,KUM 330. . - -. r.w POTATOES From 91 40, to 1 60 per bushel. - - -' BICE The demand is fair. , We quote " choice Rangoon as HQllJo." - LEAD AND SHOX Are higher. We. quote Drop Shot at 93 75; Buck 94 00; Bar lfeadl3o.' - - " ". ' - -'; MOLASSES AND SYRUP Are in good demand, nd prices are fully maintained. We quote Sugar House Syrup at 65 Good syrup oocigiwiuu, uo. ti iviu; i lu, Drips 91 251 30; P. . Molasses 8590c; New crop New Orleans 91 001 05. SUQAKSTbere has been a firmer tone in tbe sugar market tor the past week, with a brisk demand; We quote Molasses Sugars at 11c; Cuba 1213Porto Eico 13i 14c; C yellow 15 Wc; extra C white 15jc; A white 1616jjc ; bards 17c SOAP We quote common, at 810c; German ll)c; Erasive HK126c; Bab belt's 13c; American Castile 17c; Foreign do. 25c. ; STARCH There are no changes in pri ces from lasi week's quotations So the ruling rate. SALT The demand is light, with almost na stock. We quote Hocking and Zanes Tille at 92 252 50; Cases Dairy 94; Bar rels with sucks 96. TALLOW Is held at 12)13o. TEAS Are about 15c $ B higher. We qnote common, 95c$l 25; medium 91 50 1 70; Fine to choice Young Hyson, 91 75 1 90; Imperial 91 652 00; Gunpowder 91 752 00; Oolong, 91 251 65. n TOBACCO Mahutactcbed Dark 10s, M and Navy Ks 6575c; Bright Js and pound 95c91 30; SixtwUt40c; Smoking Tobacco. 2232c; Fine cut chewing 65. 1WOODEN "WARE Two -hoop 'Pails 92 80; three do. 93; No. 1 Tubs 913 00; No. 2 91150; No. t 910 60; Washboar.is 93 25; No. 1 Churns 914; No. 2 do. 913; No. 3 do. ' ' .v : " ' ; Cincinnati Tobacco Market. Cincinnati Enquires's Review for week ending Oct. 12. 1868.] The old crop of leaf is nearly all in, and the receipts fox tbe week were small. There -was a fair demand from manufacturers, and full orices were obtained, dui we nave no change to notice in quotations. Mannlac- turea is auu.. iuMi. OWET AND MAffOW COUSTT. T 0 8 I40 SV160 easoo S6o Commoa to good lass per lb Median lea..w...w..i ..v Good Laaf....w-a'-i""" beTeetions bright an 1 sweet.... ...... TIKGINIA. , 0. - Common to good logs Medium leaf........... line leaf............" - Select ions, bright " OHIO BSXD LXAFf ...A ....18 -,..81 ...S8 iw. 8 ..... 8 13 88 7o sl8o ISs 36e ti r Fillan, yar Id . .. . . ...w.wVw - Medinm wappaev.l.f',!" Fine wrappers-.- Heiectiona ........ .TAHOTACTIJMD. Bo 0100 45180 TM.qrtdrybalP..dk.. 70 - 7je Taos, quarters ana aij "a".- Bright pounds. Virginia..., Six-twist, tentacky . . ..30 360 A i Cleveland Market—Oct. 12. FLOUR Market oniet and atendy: city made held at 912 00- for XXX white;. io zotojn eo for U amber,- g 75 9 00 for XX red: 999 25 tor XX spring; 97 758 - for uS. spring;-, country made ranges at 99 25 9 75 for XX red and amber; 93 009 00 for XX spring; 910 50U,50 InrTV wMr WHEAT Market lower' for1 No. 1; ror o. i;i 7Uior .NO. a. CORN Quiet and better; No. 1 mixed held at 91 07. ' OATS Light demand but market better; sales at 62c lor No. 1 State. RYE Some inquiry and market firm at i iWMi so tor mo. l. - BAH LEY Firmer and better; held at 4 zoigi au lor state ana Canada. ' MILL FEED In s-ood demand and firm at 938 00 per ton for fine middlings; 930 00 fur No. 2 do; 926 00 for coarse do; 922 00 for shorts. PORK Firm and ateadv: heir) at. S1 (V) LARD Quiet and nnchansed : sales irUV IK. - 1 -. An- awv iiQ uikv. rtsuuereu ai aju. - BEEF Quiet and steadv: held at 920 00 aur cx.Lra mess. T." . . . - SMOKED MEATS market auiet: sales 1000 lbs city cured Hams at 19c: 1000 lbs do sinuiaers at i4c - BUTTER Receipts fair and market qtiier; held at 3539o for Western Reserve; 2835c for common to prime Central. " CHU-riSl!; uemann moaerateand market quiet; held at 1416e for dairy and fac tory tn large lots: 160170 for do in se lected lots for retail trade. EGGS Market Quiet and well sunDlied as HWiSK lor iresn lots. POi ATOKS Moderate demand and steady at 8085o for Peach Blows and Neshannocks: and mixed lots at 75(380. Brvxtur 1-ui AUii.S unchanged: Jer seys neia at o outt uo; Uiuo 4 oUa 00. uxxitJJNS uuiet ana less nrm out un changed; held at 94 604 75 per barrel. DRIED APPLES Fair reauest and steady at 810c for old and new fruit. ukuiun Ar-fLias Market hardly so firm; good to choice winter fruit held at 93 25ffl3 75 per barrel in shlDDing lots. V1JXJ1.WAK uooa ciaer vinegar held at zuc per gauon; aemana moaerste. Sl4".Ti?rk Dull - .nd fn.nH.ai rTtimAft, held at 93 003 15; Clover nominal. A'ii.iKUL.xUUM Market unchanged and steady; refined 2728c for round lots; 29 30c tor retail lots. - ' LIME White Lime steadv at 91 40 oer barrel ; Water Lime in good . request at 91 70 per barrel lor Oswego and Akron. AiAxUi. dish Market auiet: White Irish neia at o ou; xrout at 90 ou. rLiAsruiu Market steadv and nrm at 91 65 per barrel for Alabaster Land Plas-ti-rx 93 do Calcined: Powell's Land Plaster 910 per ton. do Calcined 93 Der barrel FEATHERS Demand lisbt and market steady At 7595c, according to quality, for live geese.. ' 1 A LLU W Firm and in active reauest at ii(Si2c ior city ana country dali-Market nrm. and fine has ad vanced 10c per barrel; other qualities un- cnangea. we quote as toiiows Pine...............,..'........ 9 4S nnrMil Ground " ...its Dairy and Table.... 8 35 ............... ..a.... wyaiuiuui ALE Very firm at the lollowintr onota- uona : Present Uaa IT ..' an an New Stock Ale and Porter ' 13 00 Old " . " . , - 14 00 Cream and Champagne Ala 13 00 Kennett Ale......... .IS 0Ct18 00 LUMBER Market firm and active at the following figures : Pine Clear.......... ... ..,.... ....... .865 00 1 std Clear 48 00 Xd Rlaar . t an no Box.... ....... ........................ ....... 80 00 I fieoond Clear Siding Strips 45 00 Common Flooring Stripe 96 00 Barn Boards................... SI 00 Seleot Common... )o Common...... 16 00 renoina .... la oo I Calls..... 11 ool Joint scantling and Timber 16 ft and under 18 00 1 jois aoa beantling mil and upwards (oyer length) SO 00 Besond Clear Flooring. Draaaaa.- SO ATI oomraon Mooring, Dressed 83 00 Asb Flooring, Dressed 48 00 Cincinnati Retail Hay and straw Market. [Reported Cincinnati Gazette for the week ending Monday evening, Oct 12. 1868.] ine aemana has been more active, as dairymen have been laying in stocks, and although the supply has been liberal, an advance has been obtained for some choice loads. Most of the sales . are at about 920 0023 00 per tun, but some lots tor cow feeding were lower, and only very choice lots bring more. Sheat oats are rather slow at previous prices. There is scarcely any sttaw arriving, and prices are utue Detter man nominal. We quote the rates on wagons, delivered. as ioiiows: : . . Prime ti moth t hav. ner tttn ...?S 0025 00 ... IS 00&H 00 ... S 00 8 00 8 00 8 00 ... IS 00918 06 .. . 18 oasao 00 Fair to good timothy per tun... Oat straw, per tan Wheat straw, per tan Rye sti aw, in bandies, per tan- Sheaf oats, per tun ..... MEDICAL. BTMTT.TA SHHLTBUB OTJEAITTTJIL HUUTPHHlTiraP HOJSEOPATHIC SPECIFICS SAVX PROVED, FROM THB HOST AMPLB experience, an entire success: Simple impt Efficient and Reliable. They are the .only edicines nerfectlv adanted to nnnnlar na. simple that mistakes cannot be made in sing them ; eo harmless as to be free from dan ger, and so efficient as to be always reliable. They have raised the highest commendation tram ' all, and will always render satintaction. - Hoe. Onta l, inures revere, tjongestlon, InffammstloTia.38 S, " Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic.85 ry lng-Oolic or Teething of Inianteas Diarrhoea of Children or Adults.. 35 Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic.85 Cholera-Morbna, Vomiting.... .85 Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 25 Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache. .85 HeadatheeSickHead ache, Vertigo as Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach 25 Buppreaaed, or Painful Periods... 25 LItea, too profuse Periods 88 . Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathing. .25 SaltKueum,Rryslpelas,Eruptionsa5 Bhenmallsm, Rheumatic pains. .85 Fever Ac Ague, Chill Fever, AeueeSO Piles, hlindor bleeding. , . . .77. ... 60) Opthalmy, and sore or weak Eyes59 f'atarrli .acute or chronic, InflaenzaSO Whooplngroush.violentcoughaO i Asthma, oppressed Breathing. 60 Ear Dlsehareea.lmoairedhearini'Hi 10, 11, It ft' 17. IV, 83, I 3 Scrofula, enlarged glandaswellingBSO GeneraLDebllity,pHyelcalweakneaa60 . - mrropsy, ana ecaniy oecreuons. . ..60 8ew-Meknea,sickneMfromrldlng5o KidueyDlaaae, Gravel .780 Nervous Debility Seminal Emlaalona. involuntary Lis- ' charges:.. ....i 00 Sore Mouth, Canker 60 JJrlnarr 'Wealineae, wetting bedSO : Painful Periods, with spasm... 50 Bunerlngs at change or life 1 00 Epilepay,Spasms,StVitas'Dancel 00 Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat.M 80, at Of S5 to TO large vials, morocco or rosewood case, eontalnlnar a speclfle for every ordinary eUsease ss family la subject to, stud hooks of directions.. . FromtjlOto $SS Bmaller Kamlly and Xravellnar cases. with 20 to 28 vials :.Jromil to tS Bpeclflcaforall Private DIaasca,ooUi . . tor Curlns; and for Preventive treatment, in vials and pocket casea,$2to$S POND'S EXTRACT, V Cares Burns, Bruises, lameness, Soreness,Sore Xhroat, Sprain a. Xoota sehe, Earstehe, Nenrsagls, Bhenms. awua, uamvago, a-lies, ajc ea, Bolla, Slings, -a of - the launsra. Piles) Corns, tl. Nose, Stomseb. or of 1 awia Ajes, xiieeuin ears, Old Sores. -Price sects, to 81.T JTW-Tbeee Bemedies, except POND'S EX TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to any part of tbe conntry, by mall or express, free of charge, on receipt of the price. Address Humphreys Specific ' Homeopathio Medicine Company, Office and Depot, No. 568 Broadway, Kew York. Dr. Huarnraars is consulted dailvat hla nffl. personally or by letter, aa above, for all forma . OAseaaa. '::: . - j ) . FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 1 iylS-deodftwly W PHILOSOPHY OF MARRIAGE.' A Nsw CouB8s of Lbotobis, as delivered at the New Vork Musenm of AnatomT. ambraiina- tha anh. jeots: How to live and what' to live tor 1 Youth. Maturity sou via axe; jnannooa general y review ed : Theeause of indisestion, Satnlenea and Nftr. vous diseases aoconnted fort Marriage pLiiosoph- ically considered. Ae. Pocket volumes containing these lectures will be forwarded to parties unable to attend, on reeeiptof lour sumps, oy aaareesing llKhI4KI, mv Yobs Vusidm or A n atomt akd 8oinos. ais KaoiDWAr arw iork. VNT-febSSllr GROCERS. I'COLM, MILE S - & M'UOXALDS, NO. 134 & Via SOUTH HIGH STREET- G B O O E B S, nnapniRTOHS uirsjSJ rasasjn row DER MAG A ZIN E. and agrats for tha sale of uasara mwow vumy-. . haaaiaof . . " ' GARDNER, FHIPPS' C0.'8 rviohrated Suerar Cured II and dealers in FOBEIGN,' DOMESTIC AND STAPLE all their varieties. Imported Wines. Brandiet iull-eodiy J Cigars, ete. - I DRY GOODS. r 1 ' dry goods. GRAND OPfNINR OF i - , Fall and Winter Goods AT 1ST, GRAY & CO'S, NOS. 23. 25. 27 &. 29 S. Hi?h Street. I 1 o DRES GOODS. Now o Kmng, the mot rined and elegant a took of ain and Fancy Dreu Goods, aver oaered in this market. SILKS In all the new ttylei and coloring!. A matnifioent aMorimont. E.A.CES AIVD : EMBROIDERIES I An elegant assortment. , .. ! FULL LISE i : FURNISHING GOODS. Fall assortment of Harris Brothers' Seamless Kid. Also. Alexandre's. OUR PRICES ARE UNIVERSALLY LOW. GILCHKIST, GRAY A CO.. No. xS. 15. 37 A 29 South High it. ; oet7-d3m - - . 'S FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS. EXfRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS TO BUY. AT NAUCHTON'S! Parohaseri of Dry Goods are cordially invited to eau and examine tne JV E W S T O C K. DRESS GOODS . FANCY GOODS" SHAWLS DOMESTICS ..... EVERYTHING .. CHEAP 1 ..... CHEAP CHEAP! .....CHEAP CHEAP I JAMES NATJGHTON, 118 tc 129 South High Street, novll-dly-aprlT ; - . COLUMBUS. OB10. BANKERS. P. W. HUNTINGTON , & CO B A N IC E R S , Corner Broad & High Sts. COLUMBUSOHIO. febs-dly . -; : : f. BTATD1M. JOS. BCTCHK80N. W.B. HAT0KN, MYDEN, nUTCHESON & CO., N NO. 13 S. IIIOII STUEEX, ; ' ianJ0-dly-r Cslamsas, O, COMMISSION. WM. MONYPENY, Forwardin? and : ! CommisiJon MERCHANT, -eiitll nr ;" - GRAIN OF ALL KINDS. . ,,a- ,, OUB, WHISKTAe, , , r T : at Prises Paid at all Umaa tr.r joto, vf t xtariey, e e., ete. F F I O E : dear West Es f Nat'l K tt BrldsreB - ' OLUMU&. CBJV. febls-deodly BOOTS AND SHOES. ; T. S. SHKrABD. ' S. BOSIGBB. CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES. 1VEW FIRM. - T. . 8REPARD HAVIUfi FORMED a nartnersbin with U. UUK1GER. for tha purpose of carrying on tha Boot and Shoe trade at NO. 16S SOUTH , HIGH STREET, Would respectfully invite their friends and the publio generally to call and examine their fine and well seleeted stoek of Lsdiea'. Gents'. Misses' and Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di rect from the East, and which tbey are now offering tor sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man ufacturing department special attention la given to CUSTOM MADE WORK, t , Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly dona. We would respeotfully solioit a share of. oublie patronage, fleaso give us a oall. No trouble to snow guoai. ttememoer tne piaoe : n o. 103 aoutn High street. HREPARI) A HORIRKR. Columbus, 0.. Sept. 18. 1868. dtf MISCELLANEOUS. riipBISTS. 3 m ncRWOOD a co. are rowfhe J pared to fnrnish from their extensive Narse- ry, east of tbe County rair urounas, oetween Hrnaii and pnena Bireeu. ail vaneiiea 01 vma mental 8hrnks; Provence, Damask. Moss. China, Knnrhnn and Tea Knses : new varieties ot r eomea. Cbrysanthemuois, Dahlias, Verbenas, Ao., to. Tbe eollestion will not be wanting in any desirable novelty. Cnt 8 lowers ot great variety in season. apm-eoaom . ,,. ; (J. . JOSEPH H. GEIGER Attorney at Law, PARSON'S BUILDINO, aagas-eodSm COB. TOWN k EIQE STS. FOR HALE. THE PROPERTY FORMERLY OWNED BV I Rudolph Riokly, on the National road, east of ullwaai A - : a: JahWU t: -i. u aviiutA Asyiuin, OUUBIBUUB vi uuuuiv vriCAT. uoait, ttAvbl, ilaaghter house And outbuilding., mnd one ore and s bvif of ground. Enquire of T . , 1 ,11. oetT-eodlm ' 168 Issst Friend street. ITOIt BALK. 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We particularly oall attention to the Blank Books manufactured by as. We are prepared to i , .. t-5 nusu orders for dfferts. Jouxn sw. X3a-v 3oo3xas, - Casb. 3 And all kinds of Blank Books now in use. These ooks are all dons in the beet style of paper, rul ing and binding, and wo cha lenge competition in this line. GIVE OS -.! ' A CALL. NEVINS & MYERS, , SS St. AO port Ulsrh 8treet, COWMBUB. Ws & MYERS, I I H MEDICAL PREPARATIONS.' ROSA D A L I SI ;TE GREAT AMERICAN HEALTH RESTORER! The Best Blood PnriCcr in the World. Lawrence's COMPOUND EXTRACT -OF ROSADALIS! A. Safe and Certain Core (and the any one yet disevvered; tor Scrofula Ixa Ita Tarlone Forms, -SCCHAS- Consnmptlon in its early stages, Enlargemea and Dlceration of thi Clan da. Joints, Bones, Kidneys and Uterns, . Chronic Rheumatism, Eruptions of the - Skin, Chronio -. . . Bore Eyes, Ac ALSO- !Y I XX X 3U X'lS t IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS. DISEASES of WOMEN, Loss of Appetite. Sick Headache, Liver Com plaint, rain in toe tiacK, imprudence in - Life, ijravel. GENERAL I1JL, . nEALTH, AND ALL DISEA8KS OF THE : Itlood, Aalrert Kidney Ac Bladder. Tt thomnffhlv eradinateft everv kind of humor and bad tairt, and restores too entire system to a bealtby condition. IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS. never pro ducing the slightest injury. THE ROSADALIS - Is not a secret medicine. Theartioles from which it is made are published around each battle, and it is used and recommended by the Medical Pacult). wbere-er it has been introduced, as a POSI 1'IVE and RELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of the Blood Liver and Kidneys. ' tW Used and Indorsed 1r tbe leading; Pbyaiclana everywhere It is kaown. r. t ...-, The followina. am on a manv hundreds of our best oitisens. testify to its wonderful efficacy: CERTIFICATES FROM PHYSICIANS. Baltimobk, Md March 4, 1868. I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALIS" to he the BgHT Altxkat.vb in Csx. and therefore oheerfolly recommend it as suoh. a ttu ji ao j. du i n.in . m, u, Baltixobb, February 10, 1808.B Da. J. J. Lawbbnos. Ukhb tiB 1 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 tbe patient pronounced himself cured after having taken five bottles of Tour medioine. The other a ease of sorolnla, of long etai.ding. which is rapidl improv ing under its use, and the indications are that the oatiect will soon recover. I have oarefulW exam.' ined the formula by which your Kosedaiis is made. and find it an excel client compound of alterative ln- gradients. Yours truly. R.W. 0ARB.JI D. We know Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe and reliable alterative. Ac., and take pleasure in recommending it to tne protession and tbe public. . A.ii.muum.M.n L. A.ST1TH. M. D., J. H. WINSTEAD. M.D.. R.G. BAKHAM.M.D.. W. G.DDGGaN.M.D E. BARNKS. M.D.. B. W. KING, M.D., - 8. WOOD Rl). M. DH W. T. BKEWER, M.D.. W.J. BULLOCK. M.D. Janurv 1- 1P68. 1 herebT certify that I am nersonallv aeanainted with the above named Phrsioians. and ther are all gentlemen ox respeoiaouity sua . stanaing in uiu community. T. C. DAVIS, Mayor of Wilson, N. C. January 11, 1868. Rosadalis will Cnre the Were Cases of Scrofula Read the Statement Below and Iespair Not. . 1 " Wilson Cooktt, September 10, 1887, Dr. J. J. Lawrenoe: Dear Sir My youngest daughter, area nve vears. bas oeen dreadtullr at- flieted with perofula nearly all her life. I tried a great many physicians, but without relieving her much: in fact, most of tbem said there was nohope of cure, uuring tne last t pnrg ene wa. worse tnan ever: her body and limbs being eovered wits sores and blotches with face and eyes badly ulcerated and swollen. While in this condition 1 was ad- rised by Ur. L. A. btitb to try your Kosadalis. 1 at once procured three bottles, and eomtnenoed giving it to oer. Tbe effect was magical In less than a aonta to mr great astonisnment, sue was entirely nrs, with much respect and gratitude. ,. . . Vf . TV x L all Kosadalis Cures all Skin Diseases. i " Wilsdk. N, C. September 15, 1867, Th-. Lawrence: Dear Sir In 1868 mv son. now aged five years, was vacoinated with what proved to be impure matter, whioh completely destroyed bis health. He has been afflicted with an inveterate and extremely troublesome Eruption of the Skin, sometimes breaking out in sores, 0. Rosadalis was pre. ribed by my family pnrsiciiui.Alr. A. U. Moore. After taking it a few weeks my son became and re- mains entirely well. t. - 1 ours truly. J. B. DANIEL. Chronic I.iver Complaint Cured. This la to certify that I was eured of Chronio Liv er Complaint by Dr. Lawrenoe's Kofadalis, after having been eonnned to my bed ana bouse lor a long time, and trying various medicines wiinout oeaent. 1 know of several others in this eountv cured through the use of Rosadalis, and it can be found in nearlr everv house in my neighborhood, and ther all praise it as a great meaioine. 1 nunAa xnuxtn. Green County, August 14, 1867. , Rosadalis Is a Potent Remedy In all Chronic DiseastM. From G. W. BLOirirr, Esq., Attobnxt at Law, WILSON. iOBTH UAKOLINA. T have been enred of Chronio Inflammation of tha &ar and Partial Deafness, of t-n years' stasdins, by rtosaaaiis. . r - . . w.AiJjUuni Rosadalis ' will - Cure .--the Yew Worst Cases of Chronic : Rheumatism. ' Fobtskooth, V A.. February 85. 1868. Captain J.H. Baker: - Don Hi a- This is to certify that I hava l afflicted with Rheumatism for the last five or six years, many times unauie to iuuvd. 1 iriea ail med icines recommended to me for the disease, without reoeiving any benefit. Having heard "Rosadalis" highly spoken of, 1 procured a bottle, and. finding some rener. ouj,iuuou i. until a in nappy to aay that 1 am completely well. I not only consider the Rosada'is"a sovarain remedy for Rheumatism, but 1 believe it also a pre ventive, and I cheerfully recommend it to the amictea. , a ours, very truly. JAUAIS WJSBB. WlLSOlf. Jtnn,ra7 1 aaa T herehv eertlfv that I have naed n. I. justly celebrated Rosadalis in my familvaa a era! Alterative and Tonic, with tbe most satislae- tory Jesuits, and I tberetore conscientiously reoonr mem la lb VU LUB IfUUlUJ as a medioine of rare end gen- uine merit. . .amn.-i n.AJAVia, Sheriff of W ilson county, N . C. Rosadalis This medicine has met with an in. Erecedented success in tbiscomtnunity. Capt. lia er. tbe polite and attentive agent for this eity, in forms us that it is next to impossible to supply tbe demand made for it; and tbat the medioL e is effect- ns some wonaenui cures, sou givine erear. faction to all who hare used it Xorollt ( PoJ Prepared only by J. J. LAWRENCE. M. IV Chemist, Baltimore, Md., (lata of ilson, N, C.) Price SIM per bottle. SsT-Sold wholesale by all the principal Wholesale Druggists in all tbe large cities of the United States and British America, and retailed by druggists everywhere. . . .- , All letters 01 inquiry so., prompuy answerea, AddressDr. J.J. LAWRKiSUr, ACO.. sole pre- Eietors and manufacturers, iaiumore street. atimcio,Md - - . - - - "WESTERN PEeOTsi , -W. .e 3DXJ3K3r.Ia", 23Q Vltr-J St., Cincinnati, O. SjTPot sale in Columbus by Brann. Brnek A(V. niton A Gardner, Si E. Samuel A Co.. and R Jones A Son. i - ... mayU-dswlr ;TRANSPpRTATIdN1 v SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS —AND— Cincinnati Railroad. Zl-t7- Trealxxsn X3cally, EXCEPT SUNDAY. From Columbus, in connection with Trains on tie EaitUe Miami air; Colninbaa Tc Xenlc Kailroadsb NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 1:1 A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington. Uilead, Galion, Crestline, Shelby. Mew London, Welling ton, Grafton and Berea, arriving at Cleveland at 430 A. M., New fork 7:00 A. M. This train leaves Sunday morning, not Monday. NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Colnmhus at iM A. M. Will stop at all way stations. This train starts fro the Freight Yard. NEW YORK EXPRKSS-Leaves Columbus at 11:10 A.M. U ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Oal ion, Crestline. Shelby, New London, Wellington Grafton and Berea. Arrives at Cleveland at 3M P.M. New York next day at 3.45 P. M. MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at Id P. M. Will stop at Worthington. Lewis Center Delaware, and all Stations to Khelbr and Shiloh, New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. Ar rive at Cleveland at 9:S5 P. M.. New York 10:30 P.M. SPRINGFIELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL AWAKE Leaves Columbus at 3:06 P. M. Will stop at all stations between Columbus and Spring field, arrivina at Delaware at 4:lu P. M., Springfield 050 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A. M, arrives at Delaware at 8:10 A. Jl.; Coludibos 105 - M. . - Patent Sleeping Oars are rna on al Night Trains te Chicago, Hew Vork and Boston. Baggage checked thrcagh to New York and Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia and New York, via Crestline. RETURNING: " Nisht Express arrives at Columbns at TOO A.M. Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 18:10 P. M. 1 T Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 0:10 P. M. Springfield Aooommodation arrives at Columbn at 103S a. M. Fare as Low eta by any Other Rome. Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. . - E. 8. FLINT. Superintendent. Cleveland, Ohio, JAMES PATTERSON, : n, v Agent. Columh s.Ohio. Columbus, May 11, 1868. . NEW YORK. BEEVES' AMBROSIA FOB' THE ; HAIR Improved I - It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. It causes tha Bair to Curl beautifully. It keeps the Scalp Clean and Healthy. It invigorates the Roots of the Hair. It forees the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly. It immediately stops Hair Falling Out, ' It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from' Age. It rescores Grey Hair to itu Original Color. ' It brings ont Hair on heads that have been bald for years. ... It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget- ble substances. . ; It has received over six thousand voluntary testi monials of its excellenoe. many ' which are from physicians in high standing. It is sold in half-pound bottles (the name blown in the glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Whole sale byDemas Barnes A Oo.; F. O. Wells A Co.; Sohieffelin A Co.. New York. 8CHirr-mchx7-dly A New Article of Food, 7, XTrantlaUonA " ' ' Ttwaa M. Brillat Savarin. thaeelarmtjafl PVan.n Gastronome, who first said, that "the man who in vents a new dish does more for Society than the man wno aiseoveis a rianet." Abe CACIO III UlCCAROfl : or Italian nrenared Cheese Mancaroni. ia now nf. fered as a most delioions. wholesome and piquant comestible (convenient lnnch) for tbe use of Fam ilies. Bachelors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers, ana ior use in Beer s loons, car or sample Booms. 1. i a ........ n U. .1 o : : . n, . A. . v.tcu vu UINU1, Ul x UBS.. It is suitable for Sandwiches Inglese "2eto - 7o u conaensro. l especially is it aaapcea for those climates where the article of cheese can not be kept in a sound oondition for any length of time. It may be nsed as a seasoning for Soups, Hash or Stews and warmed upon a stove, alter the can Das been opened, it makes, without farther prep nsration. a DKLicinrm W m.srr Rarvhit. For Travelers and others, it is far more seonom- lcal and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot ted Meats. The proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask for it a trial. Send SS foT sample dozen ii lb Cans, and rich- lt gildbd show card, securely pscked, and ship ped per express to any address. Liberal discounts made to tne trade. N. B. ThaOanindi Maanamni ant nn in tin boxes, and packed in cases of two dozen at $8 per ease, net cash.' For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the Fruit Stoma. Responsible agents wanted everywhere. All orders aud communications should be ad' dressed to " THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY, 08 Liberty Street, Ji ew ork. VNT-fp38-deod6mos CLOTHING. FALL AND WINTER GOODS. HUNTER'S ClothiDg Emporinio, No. 220 South High St., COLlJRlBsUS, OHIO. Y BATE JUST RECEIVED THS. I largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter uooas ever oroognt to tnisoity. consisting of . French, Enjrllisli axicl . i Xom3sBtio Cloths. . . Cassilmeres .&c.. For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low est Cash prices. . . . - Also keep constantly on hand a well selected STOCK 01 READY MADE CLOTHING. JOHN HUNTER. . juSS-dlv . veu noma man i PITTSBURGH. (Natrona Saleiatus a! word with you: T1BFAD IS THE STtrP OF IIFE- ;X your most important article of diet. Tbe health of your lamiiy largely depends upon its being -. LIGHT AND WHOLESOME. ' .' . ! Would you have it ot Then use only i'- NATRON AS A L E R A T U SI i- JtS-IT IS ABSOLUTELY PDRE-BBc, Whiter than now ; makes Bread always light white and beautiful. Take a pound' home -to your wife to-night. 8ha will be . j ' .- delighted with it. ' - Bayers of Soda should try our BI-CARBOMTB UP SODA. e guarantee it not only far superior to any other Amerioan make, but even purer than tne nest mw iasue or tngusn boda. MANUFAOTCBED ST TH PENN'A SALT MANUFG ; CO., ( ) PITTSBURGH, PA. VHT-auglo-eodly-r :' HOTEL. ST. JAMES HOTEL, Fourth Street, near IMaln, CINCINNATIOHIO. HENRY P. ELIA8,-- J Proprietor. THIS POFULAIl HOUSE, CENTRALLY Lo cated and convenient to business, and to all points of travel, is the roost desiriable stopping plaoe for persons visiung tbe oitv. Ho pains will oe spared to make the stay ot guests plea. ant ia every particular. mjlS-d6m Va.uable Hotel Property tor Sale. ' - -. ; " ... i . .,..,- TnETJNDERSIGNkD WIILSEI,I, AT private sale that well known and popular tav ern ttand. situated ia tbe town of Ba tlmore, Fair field eonnty, Ohio, now occupied by Major W. J, Creed. If not sold at private sale it will be offered at public sale on October 15th, lt-68. on the prem ise. Terns easy. For further particulars, apoly ta the oresent ocennant. the andenisned. Timnria. tor of tbe "MithotT House.' or Frank H. Carpenter in Lancaster, Ohio. . teptt dtootis JUHH AAUFMAN. .gWiyfOfflATIpN) COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY. M - - lLfl Th. KhmaDM S. Change of Cars to Ch tcasro, Pe- ' ' " "a lll lnajolls. - - ' FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Union Det-CiL , ,. ., lumbas, as follows ,on uePot. 1.0. f.JK A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS (Sunders U.U excepted.) Arrives at Milford S.flo AM, Lrbana 8:63 A. si.; Piqua 10.-06 A. M i Liioa ili, P. M.- Toledo 3. P. M.j Detroit 6:10 P. if rii.ro 07 t train arrive at Toledo and Detroit 3 hears ahead, of any other rout 1210 P- UiPAY EXPRESS (Sundays ex-' VSD,?!,-) Arrives at Urbana 8K P. tt.f Piqoa 9-XP. M Bradford J. notion 8:18 P.M.. gansnon .?P .M i l-"-toli 70 P. ifr Ll (Ti M u,!'1 .t,or', 434 A. H.f Galesbarg villeliio T."iM"rTirKto0nIow- A. M : Louisi 1' iMAi CaViiS YJo" P'? ton 7:00 A. M.: Bt. Louis 80 5 M I : i JtL 1? mrraoVra'JL'eTinrt 5 .OA P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS PT. .ZU PRhnS (Sundays exoeoted.) Anives at PianagSP. M l.n.n.tr a-r.s j . 'm . T.'J. " 8:15 A. M.: IndUnamlis ifi A. UTrul J35A. M.: Eransvilie 638 P. M.; Mattoon ttU A. . au. iwu a. 0, ., ahuu r. Bl ' ctt. LiOUul P. M.t Lafayette 7:16 A- M.s Sprinsfield, Ills. 1 ..ar. xi.ivumcy i w r. ai.: aeosua e.to f. u. . LiOniavill. 7.AS A M . N.,v:f- r. sin I, u . ,J phis 80S A. M.; Toledo 60 A. M.; Detroit M A. M. NEW AND ELEGANT ' ' ' Sleeping "Can i RUN IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO AND ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON, 1LL 317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANGE. Arriving at St. Louis 10 honra and Louisville 1 8 hours ahead of any other mate. 1 0. AK A.M. NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In- t f,&'VfJ . dianapolis. and, Sunday, excepted, to Chicago. Arnvea-at Logansport 86 A.M.: Peoria ' 6;5 P. M.: Chicaso 1. M Indianapolis 7:10 i. -M.; lerre.Haute 10:50 A.M.; EvansvUie 10.-00 P. M. Mattoon 1:19 P. M.: Cairo :16 A. M.: Pans 8:18 P. M Alton 7:15 P. ii.; St. I ouis 8:10 p. M Lafay: . ette 3:30 P. M.; Louisville 4 30 P. M.; ashvilia 40 A. M., Memphis 3:15 P. M. . , , , , Passengers by this train reach St. Louis t and Chicago 6 hoars abeaa of aay other " - route.. . ... State Room feleeplnsje Cars r" RUN IN THIS TRAIN .t-.-!-!.--FROM PITTSB0RGH TO INDIANAPOLIS , WITHOUT CHANGE.. , -. . . Call for Tickets via Logansport or Richmond " Iwkets for sale at Union and Piqua Depots. Columbus, and at all principal Railroad Ticket Ofiwce. , i . . r . P. CHANDLER, Genl Ticket Aaent. ' J. M. LUNT. General Suparintenden -. NEW TIME EAST BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. Three Tratne Leave Celenbns (TJs ' ., -Depot), aatly (Sundays Excepted ' ' - ' '- - ... ,. . . . , ,K0 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS." arrivin Zanesville at 4:S0 A. M,; Bellaire at 8:10 A. M. ' Baltimore at 430 A. ii,; Waahingtoa City at A. M, . f 0 .- -.;'! VHl'-. IIUO A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS irriving at Zanesville at 1:16 P. M: Bellaire at 430 P. M, Baltimore at 8.80 A. M.; Washington City at - AM- ... if ;-. ' - . .i3 vn -Ij etOO P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zaaee-' villf at 4:45 P. M.; Bellaire at 80 P. M.: Baltimore at 4:45 P. M.; Washington City at 3:45 P.M. Si. These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hours in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and Washington. ' Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.' Passenger, holding through tickets to Eastern cities have the privilege of .. . v. ( Tisiting Washington City Free; No Change of Cars atOhlo River Ask For TICKETS via BELLAIH, - V - ' - ii ; . ii - 9 ii ' JNO L. WILSON. MsstorefTrrasportottoa. , -L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. JNO. W. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Agt. maylS Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia —AND— DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS On an after MONDAY, May 11th. lfWa, FOU i TRAINS DAILY wilTleave Columbus ; FOR CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, 81. : LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IN- ' . .. -DIAHAP0II8 A CHICAGO. . Withon (change of cart to DAYTON and .RICH - MOND, and only one change of cars to IN DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO.-. , . i . . . Connections are reliable as follows PIRST TRAIN (Daily). " Leaves at 1:?0 A. M. for Cincinnati, Circleville Laneater, Hillsboro and Chillioothe; stops at Loa-. don, Xenia, Morrow, and Loveland, airiving a t Cinoinnati at SO a- m. ... . . . . SECOND TRAIN". 3-' (Daily except Sundays J )T Leaves at fitOO A. M. for Cincinnati, Daytoa ' Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at West JeBervon, London. South Charleston, Selma, veQnrTiiif,.Atiuis, opriua , alley, aorwin, nomw, South Lebanon, Fosters, Lovelan Milford, ar. riving at Cinconati at 10i35 A. M., connecting ' with the Mail Boats. -. . ,. .. .. . ; THIRD TRAIN. . '.-c -(Daily exoept Sundays.! ' , i, i. ,: Leaves at 12:25 P. M for Cinoinnati. Daytoa atd Springfield, via Xenia, arriving ot Cincinnati a ' 6:10P.M.. , t. .., . . i " FOURTH TRAIN. . , J Jl '' . ' ' . (Daily except Sundays.) Leaves at 5:15 P.M. for Cincinnati. Daytss and . Springfie d via London, stopping at Alton, West . Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selma, Cenarville. Xenia. Morrow and Lorelaad. andar- A riving at Cinoinnati at 10.-00 J . M. Sleepinar Cars ea all Night Trains, S : JNO. W. rlOHEBTY. Agent. - 1 ' JOHN DTTRAND, 1 - ' W Ji.;; .1 Gepl Ticket Ag'CJ -tf : yl-t-:itil xrr :,M ' i't ..,.1 i .- PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY. A Alt HANDLE ROUTE. C " -uo ana attar June 88th. lfsf. train. tn fnllnwa- - " Leave. K. Y. Fmran " Mill 8:15 P. M. -. 80 P. M. 80 P. M. 140 m! ia) p.m.' 40 P.M. 6:56 P. M. 6:20 P. M. 80 P. M. Fsst Line. lle A. M.-' H5 P.M.. i 5:16 P. M. ; 705 P.M.'". 6410 A.M. 8S5 A. M. 11:60 A. M. Columbus 140 A. M, ' Newark 8:86 A. M. Steubenville... 8:00 A.M. Arrive at Pittsburgh ....11.10 A. M. namsbirg.... 8:30 P.M. fbiladelphia.. New York.... Baltimore..,.. Washington... 1:85 a. M 5:00 A. M. :S A. M. 90 A. M. 6:00 P. M. ix:so r, al. . '46 .P-.M.' coston. la.-oo p. m. E'egant sta'e room sleeping cars on aTI night (rains. uo ine sasi nine me eeieoratea '7Diiver ralaee" day and nish tears are run through from Columbus to Philadelphia and New York without change. S3" Passengers by tbe 8:00 A.' M. Sunday train arrive in New York atS o'clock Monday morning an advantage never before oflered. S. F. SCULU vi i Genl Ticket AsX Stenbenville, O. . W. W. CARD. Suptrin tender t, rtenbenviiie.O m. t H.B.BRuOKSr , , JOHN B PKTKH? AC.A?nt' S"1""""; 0. ' JundlVnM ES A,nt' WUP-OW. M. , j jnnelO-dly iu30 vaaaaanBaaaaaNaaa - J i. U WHOLESALE GROCERS. W. B. BBOOAS. - ALSX. BOrjkTOrf. ww. w ... . t - Car. Bleh AHlshSls.,Colntnas, Wholesale Grocers, ..!-."ii;-. .- DIA1.XUH sw. i:3i t' i:.. ...... KEW ORLEANS 8TJ0AR8 AND K01AB8B ,i island bugers, Coffey Teas Spicea. ToUoooa.!: