(I jjio Statesman.
RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
knowing tbe arrival and departure of trains at Co
imbu, .Ohio. Ob and after Monday, Hay U'
, M6 tr ubs will ran aa follow, j
Cleve l&aaU Cl am baa Cin'tl H. R.
: - LIAVB. ARBIVB
N.Y.AWesiera Express.. M'.a.m. IsTOA.M'
N iw York Express :W A. M. 1J:; P. M.
Mail and . xpress 2:S0 P. M. :10 P. M.
Delaware Aooemmoiation.. trtti P. M. Io5 A. M.
So. 1 Accommodation SWO A. il. 6.15 P. M.
This train leaves Sunday morningnot Monday.
- JAMES PATTERSON Agent.
tA ttle !tlami&Vlambni& Xenta B.H.
JfightExpr-as.. li A. M. K:55 A.M1
iZinaiunau Aeoummoaaiion. a:wA. . .
US P.M. 11:08 A. M.
6:15 f. i r. ju
JNO. W. OHERTY. Agent.
KalUmr & Olilo Railroad Central
': i LUTE. ABBIVK.
Night Exoress "..
Jixprwa - Mail"-
.... 2:10 A. M. 11:56 P. M.
....11:10 A. M. 4:45 P. M
.... 2:00 P. M. 11:30 A. M.
A. D. Smith, Aj.ent.
UHI( Ckicat ana Indiana Cen
UiTI. ' ARRIVE.
Night Express.' 1... '..12:05 A. M- 2:16 A. M.
Accommodation 6:45 A. M. ' 1.5i P. M.
Weuern Express 530 P. M. T:O0 P. M.
Day Express .....13:10 P. M. 11:00 A. M.
G. A. Hill, Agent. .
tiaseikTt IBansf laid ot Newark H.B.
Trains leave Newark and arrive as follows -
Lit AVE. ABRIVB.
Freight.:.'..: oA.M PMP.M.
Mail and Express '.iJiJ- I f- i'M'
Mansfield txpresa ... 3 45 P.M. 9 4oA.M.
"... A. W.DBNNI8. Agent.
Plttabnrarht Cincinnati it St. Louis
LB A VS. ARBIVB.
New Tork Express 2:00 A. M. 11:15 P. M.
Lightning Expres 11:20 A. M. 6:00 !'. M.
Mail and Express..., 1:15 P.M. 11:55 A. M.
lennison Aooommndation 6:00 A. M. . 8:40 f. M.
Mew York fcxnress run dally. All other trains
ran daily, except Sunday. .
T" A ..:.. . m tmm . 1 1. Il ,
John B. Pktkfp, Agent.
CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
Eastern Throng Mails.
via Steobenville and
Eastern Way Mails, U. O.
Northwest, via Ft, W. k
CO. CO. AC. K. R.
Chic-go. via C. P. A 1. 0.
Little Miami R.R.. Thro'
Little Miami R. R-. Wav
C.O. R. R . Newark,
Zanesville A Wheeling.
C. O. R, Way
C- P. A 1., Through and
Cireleville, Chillieothe A
iiast ay.Nstional Road.
- Mt. Vernon Way.Weeter-
ville. Ac '
North Columbus andClin-
W ashioeton C.H., viaHar-
arrives Mondays Wed-
.nesdays, A Fridays, and
' iMvea 1 neadava. Tnnra-
A. X. r. X. A. at. F. M
. 1S:30 19:30 10:00 - 1O0
.... 12:30 .... 120
.... 9:10 .... 7:00
.... 11:08 4:15
' 1:55 ll&t
12:30 W 7 30
'....'1130 . 730 ....
1f0 110 7;30
r SKM :' .... 730
' 6S0- .... 7:30
1030 ...J ,. 13:46
1C30 .... .... 4 1K!0
103 .... .... 1.-C0
V"- dA.ya and Saturdays... .J
Centre Village. (tri-week-J
Office UorBg. Office opens at IX o'clock A. M
and eloses at Vi P. M . Sundays, opens at8SA.il
, a 'd closes at 4 A. M. .
"' close on Sundays ntBX P. M.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER.
The fall nd wiutcr styles are beinsr de
elopfd, nnd in all fairness we make tl'e
- pregrjmption . that if there be one topic
above another, that at present agitates fe
male circles, and one thought that is of
deepest solicitude in the hearts of woman
kind, it is, what shall we wear? Unlike,
the lilies of the field, that need make no
such ii quiry, and birds of the song that
' are arrayed in plumage by their Ma
ker, the belle sex must ot necessity seek
J other apparel than that worn by Mother
. . Eve. '
- Our stores are bloomiug like gardens in
the ueauty of many hued and changeable
silks, serges and other goods. The slielvts
' lairly groan under the weight of the rich
goods thi y hold. At Naughtoir's and Gil
christ, Gray & Co.'s. and at Headley aud
Co.'s.can beseen now all the new styles of
' dress fcoods. Looking through Headley's
stock yesterday, we found a very rich col
lection of new raatRiials far autumn and
, winter, ior us to examine.
Self-colored glace. stiped or flaured;
there are plenty for all tastes, but the two
lormer are generally preferred, and the
8'riped are more generally used lor under
skirts than tordrrsses.
There is one exception, a material called
alepine, which is both shot and striped. Que
1 ' ot the stripes is satin, the other glace silk.
It looks particularly well in orange and
' brown, black and white, violet and mauve.
: crimson and black. This makes very nice
, walking or visiting dresses. It should be
trimmed With plain satin stripes or rou
leaux. . . .
There is al-o a new material which is
called drab Montpensier. It is solt and
thi' k without being heavy, and will com
pose elegant and durable winter costumes.
As we have already said many tissues ot a
dark red color (vin de Bordeaux) are worn
this autumn. The Montpensier cloth of
which we speak reproduces amongst others
this very handsome shade of red, which is
extremely becoming, especially to taircom
. pleiions. Besides this there is bottle green,
another fashionable tint, all the shades ot
. brown,-and a rich collection of grays.
: Montpensier cloth is much less heavy to
- wear than common cloth; the skirt, dress
; and paletot of the latter formed altogether
" an overwhelming weight, to lighten which
r : it was necessary to have the cloth extreme-.
ly flue, which rendered the complete cos.
' tume extremely expensive, more so, in fact,
!, thai one entirely ot silk.
There are also a vanity of changeable
'' materials in wool and silk, or in wol only;
in general these materials are nsed for the
dress and mantle, while the under-skirt is
;made ot self-colored tissue of one of the
.-. colors of the changeable materia).
Very stylish suits are in preparation ot
: i Scotch Tartan cloth.-. These suits are made
. -twitb straight skirts which just clear the
:: ground, an over-skirt looped up at the si les
with rosettes and a Bachisk mantle, or Col-
leen Bawn cape, the latter caught up with
-. a rosette at the back, the former drawn up
upon the shoulder and shaped at the back
like a hood, formed by a fold of the mate
rial, The 'Colleen Bawii," to our thinking,
is the prettiest and most appropriate. The
' 'doth suits in preparation are usually made
with double-breasted pelisses or paletots,
',; and are ones finished with a broad, black
military sash with fringed ends. The trira-
' mings upon the bigh colors purple, garnet,
'i'- mulberry and claret, are uniformly black.
Red and black, reddish brown, and red of
every conceivable shade, especially the rich
dark ones, are the highest vogue. Winter
,r cloaks are not of course on exhibition
r yet, but ladies who wish to know what
the-style will be, are informed tht
one 'of the best and most comfortable
designs will be a tight or half-fitting (ac
cording to taste) gored coat or paletot with
a cape either pelerine or round, if round
caught up at the back or upon the should-
';...; ers with a rosette (the latter style is youth--
- - fol. but too lanciful for sober people), and
double-breasted. The waist is enclosed
with a belt and rosette. This is a very
t warm and suitable design lor country
' wear, is adapted to the narrow fur collars
or short boas that will bo worn, and is
stylish and becoming ss well as neat and
; - lady-like. Independent cloaks, that is to
.say those not made or worn en suite, should
be composed ol black plain or tricot cloth,
as this can be worn with all sorts and ciflors
of dresses. High bodies for home wear will
" be very generally crossed over upon the
breast, the sleeves cut a more rigid coat
shape than formally, and finished with a
single or double puff at the top. Caps
also, and small divided caps rounded in the
center over a full puft will be worn. Skirts
are still gored, made lull behind and plain
in front; short skirts are very fashionably
' finished with a Marie Antoinette flounce
' six Inches deep and beaded with a ruche
or a pleating ltft in the flounce. These are
,; suitable for fall alpacas and serges, but not
i ' for cloth suits.
The new style of arranging the hair is
being very extensively patronized. It is.
becoming, easy to arrange, and very prob
ably wllldethrone those monstrosities of
chignons. First of all there is a small
bandeau waved, and combed low on the
forehead ; then the back hair is divided
into two equal parte, and a bandeau is
formed to look like a thick rouleau behind
each ear, between these rouleaux there is
' a wide plait, which is fastened up the cen-
tre as high as the bandeaux. A long curl
is added at the side.
Another favorite style is the Grecian
Plait. "Take a tolerably tbUsk lock of hair,
divide It into two equal parts ; take from
- the outside of the left-hand portion a very
small piece of hair, about a sixth p3rt, pass
it over into the center and unite it to the
insiAe of the right-hanA portiooi ; do the
samewrrth the left-hand portio-n; proceed
thus, taking the sniattnd even, sized lock
alternately from the left haDil to the right
hand, until all is platted; be caret'nl to keep
the dtait very smootti. The. Basket or Open
riall is madn by talcing four Tatber small
strands of hair-; plait with only three of
these, weaving them over and under the
foVrrtb, which serves to draw the chain np,
88 $w the way a plait ol tkree is usually
worked, taking first the left-hand out-ide
strand, and working it und"r one and over
the next, ntil it takes the place of the
Tifht outside strand, which in its turn is
then worked to the lelt side, and so on al
ternately, always retaining one unmoved
in the middle.- -
There is. as we have before said, but one
place to look for novelties in millinery
goods, aud thint is at the great millinery
headquarters of C. W, Simmons, Opera
House Block. Other houses show, on each
opening dav, the pattern bonnets brought
from New Tork, but Simmons, each week,
receives "the newest yet that's out."
Looking through thiscongres? of beau
tiful shapes and rich flowers and feather?,
we find several new styles. One ol these
is a hat entirely covered" with gray os
trich feathers and trimmed at the left side
by bows of gray satin ribbon, and in front
by a ful blown rose with bud and foliage.
Another is a hat of black velvet, trimmed
with lace of the same color. At the back
is a fall of black spotted tulle, edged by
black lace, and in front is large group of
ninkwhite and yellow roses, with buds and
A beauty is a bonnet of gray terry velvet,
trimmed bv black lace, violet velvet rib
bon, and flowers of the same color. The
brides are of violet velvet and black lace,
and there are strings of violet velvet to
fasten under the chignon.
Another is a bonnet of gray satin, trim
med at the left side by bows of black rib
bon, starting from which a wreath of rose
buds is carried across the center of the bon
net. The back is trimmed by iblack lace,
which is continued down the sides, form
ing brides to fasten under the chin with a
group of rosebuds. There are black satin
strings to fasten under the chignon.
The chapeau Busse is a fanchon so very
much rounded off at the back and sides,
that it is little better than a circle posed
just on the top of the head. It is made of
velvet plush or satin, with a bunch of flow
ers or feathers placed right on the top, and
strings edged with lace forming a sort of
btnoiton fastened under the chin with a
spiig ot flowers or a brooch.
The fashionable voilette is a square piece
of gauze, with a silk tassel at each of the
four corners, which is put on so as to cover
the bonnet and face completely.
In hats we have the chapeau chasseur
with rather high crown and turned np
It is made of black felt, trimmed with
black v lvet and white feathers or of
grey felt with partridge's feathers and a
silver aigrette. ,
The depefgne fashion is decidedly gaining
grounri; till chignons are falling loose upon
the shoulders in wnves or curls.
Fancy combs gilt or enamelled are
quite given up by grandes dames, and
the large tortoise shell oomb is once more
come into fashion. Some are straight and
stuck in the chignon, others have a large
cuived heading -of carved tortoise shell
which form a sort of bandeau; these are
placed just in front ot the chignon and are
very ornamental to the coiffure.
WILL. RE HECKIVKO AT THI. Of
fice of the City Civil Engineer in Columbus,
Ohio, until - . j
Monday, Oct. 20lh, 1S6S,
at 4 o'olo-k P. M., for furnishing materials and
doincthe following work:
For gradini and pavinz the roadway of Publio
al'ey from Hish street to Fair alley.
For bnildiiig a double row ting crossing across
Public alley at the we--t side ot High street.
For buildiDg a double row ting crossing across
I inn alley at the east side of High street.
For graiirtg and paving the sidewalks, gnttors
and crossings and grade ai.d gravel the roadway
on W alnut ahey lrom Fairolley to Front street.
For grading and paving vh sidewalks, gutters
and crus.-ings on the cast side of Fifth stteotfrom
Rich street to Cherry street.
For trading the gutters and crossings and grad
ing and gravelirg the sidewalks on Wsshinglon
avenue from South street to South Publio lane.
For grading and paving the nnpaved sidewalks,
srott' rs and crossings on Washington avenue from
Ka-t Long street to Fast Gay street.
FYr grading Paivon's lane fiom Kast Publio lane
to the corporation line.
For grading and repaving in front of the prop
erty known as No. 19 West Broad street.
The bid ill he opened by the committee of the
ward in which the work is to be done. The com
mittee reserve the right to reject any or all bids at
their d s.reiion.
B. F. BO WEN.
City Civil Engineer.
City Civil Engineer's office. No. 88 South High
street, up ftairs. nct2l-dtd
P. W. HUNTINGTON 8c CO..
B A f J K E R S ,
Corner Broad & High StF.
r. HATDB'. JOS. HPTCHESON. W.B. PAVIEN.
HAYDEN, HUTCBESON & CC,
1$ 8. HIUII (illtEET,
laoiO-dly-r T . Columbns, O.
Forwarding and Coiunii&ion
" r MERCHANT,
- DEALER IN
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS,
, OUR, WHISKY, tic.
st Prices Paid at all
iiarley, e c, etc.
i . F F I C E :
Near West End of Nat'l K ad BrldfreJ
Pfi 0CL AMATI0N-
COLiiiBua. O , Oct. 16, 1863.
I. GEORGE H. KARHART. Sheriff of Franklin
County, estate of Ohio, do hereby riotifr the Quali
fied Electors of the County of Franklin and State of
uoio.io assemme i i tneir respective lownttiips ana
w aras, at uie usual places ot holding eleotions. on
Tuexday (Helnjj the 3d ly of .No
vember), A. .
And then and there proceed, as the law directs, t
eieet Twenty-one Electors of President and Vie
President of the United States, in pursuance of th
Constitution of the United States and of thi
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and seal. this. Fifteenth dav of On.
tober. in the year of our Lord one thousand
SEALj eight hundred and sixty risht, and in the
Ptinety-tliiru year of the Independence of
the United States of America.
UEOKUK H. EARHART.
Sheriff of Franklin County, O.
S. S. FINNEY'S
ANC1NG ACADEMY IS NOW OPEN AT
FVr juveniles. Saturday afternoon, from 3 to 5
P. M. Gentlemen's evening claas at AMBOS
HALL. 23d inat., at 8 o'clock P. M. octU
pare1 to furnish from their extensive Nurse
ry, east ot- the County Fair Grounds, between
Druau aim x ncuti Bireeia, all varieties Ol urna
am, fhrnhn' PrnTAnMi llatna.lr Vina. fk;n.
Bourbon and Tea Knees : kew varieties of Peonies,
Chrysanthemums, Uahlias, Verbenas, Ac, do. Tre
collection will not be wanting in any desirable
novelty. Uut r lowers oi great variety in season.
JOSEPH H. GEIGER
Attorney at Law,
PAES01TS BUILDING, .,
aus2-eod3m COB. TOWS A BISB STS.
FOB HALE. ;
A: PAIR OF "JOE GODWIN" COLTS', FIVE
nil n ,Mra' nri Van h,nilu,m, lrinrl .njf
suund. Will be sold low.
aug'Jo-att rhjuhu ins.
TTAVK PROVED, FROM THE MOST A MPLS
t J 1. experience, an entire success : Simple
1 Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the
oniy jueaicinea periectiy auapiea to popular use,
so simple thai mistakes cannot be made la
msing them ; so harmless aa to be free from dan
ger, and so efficient as to be always reliable.
They have raised the highest commendation from
all, and will always render satisfaction.
1, Cures Fevera, Congestion, Inflammatlona.26
8, " Wona., Worm Fever, Worm Colic.25
8, CryiiiE-Colic or Teething of InfantsSS
4, JMarrhoea of Children or Adults.. 25
6, " Dysentery, Griping, Bilions ColicSS
6, 44 Cliolera-jtforbus, Vomiting 35 .
. 7, " Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 25
8, " Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache. . 25
9, H HeadacItcsSickHeadacho,Vertigo25
10, M Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach 25
11, " Suppressed, or Painful Periods.. .25
12, Whites, too profuse Periods 25
13, " Croup, Coosh.-Biflicult Breathing.. 2S
14, " SaltHheuin,Eryiipelas,Eruptiong25
15, " Rheumatism, ltheumatic pains. .25
16, Fever Aiue. Chill Fever. Aeues50
,17, " Piles, blind or bleeding 60
1 A Anflialmw mill uim nr wont 1i!vmH1
IV), Catarrh. acute or chroniCjInduenzaSO
50, M Whoopingr-Coug-h,viotentcough50
31, Asthma, oppressed Breathing. &0
82, Ear Discliarges,impairedhearingSO
93, Scrofuln.enlarged g!ands,swellings50
24, " CeneralDebility,pny8icalwcakness50
25, M Dropsy, and scanty Secretions.. ..50
26, " Sea-SIckiicss,sickne8sfromriding50
7, " Kidney-Disease, Gravel 60
18, " Nervous Debility Seminal
Emissions, involuntary Dis
charges 1 00
99, " Sore IWontu, Canker 60
80, Urinary Weakness, wetting bed50
81, Painful Periods, with spasms.. 60
51, Sufferings at change of life 100
83, " Epilcpsy,SjMisms,St.'Vitus'Dancel 00
84, " Diphtheria, nlccrated sore throat. &t
Ot 35 to 70 large vials, morocco
or rosewood case, containing
a specific for every ordinary
disease a family is subject to,
and books of directions
From $10 to $3
Smaller Family and Traveling cases,
with 20 to 2S vials Horn $5 to $8
Specifics for all Pri vate Diseases, both
for Curing and for Preventive
treatment, in vials and pocket cases, $2to$(
Cares Burns, Bruises, Lameness,
Soreness, Sore Throat, Sprain. Tooth'
elie, Earache, Neuralgia, Kheuma
Usui, Lunibaero, Piles, Bolls, Stings,
Sore Eyes, Bleeding of the I.iincs,
Nose, Stomach, or of Piles; Corns. 11
eers. Old Sores. Price 50 cts. to $1.75
tW These Remedies, except POND'S EX
TRACT, by the case or single box, are sent to
any part ol the country, by mail or express, free
of charge, on receipt of the price.
Address Humphreys' Specific
Homeopathic Medioine Company,
Office and Depot, No. 662 Broad wat. New York.
Dr. Homphrkts is consul ted dally at his office,
personally or by letter, aa abovo, for all forma of .
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. "
V S-: It -1 -AT
DR. JOHNSTON'S SPECIFIC.
THE ONLY I.KFALLIBLE KETIEIIT.
1. Can be given with or without the knowledge
ot tne patient. Dr. Johnston s Ireitise on Drunk
enness, its Conseoutnces and Cure." free on so
plication. Price of Sp:cino per bottle, $1.50, cr
three bottles tor f 4. no.
An;. J. Is chueller,
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, t'olumbus, 0
SOLI) BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Tlie Or eat 3Icdiclne for tlie Skin, cures
nitlioiii fall, every kind or un
igHtl.r eruption of tlie Atcc,
or itcIiluK irritatlnjr, or
cHftcae on any part
or the person.
It linn nenrty reJieretl me of fltnt mortifying erttp
fifin, rfiirf am vow lonkint quite liken mmi," writes
Chiirlcs E. Noblf. Gem ral Agcut of Mich. Ceutral
K. It., I7o 11 roud way, N. Y.
Wn find it an inmhtnhle Yemetly for Tcfter, etc.,n
writo Illgiuy llroa., Drucgistfj, Fairfield, Iowa.
" h'tce nrf your rnfirnhte rrtnc1i for IUtrber,$
Itch with went ftuccess," writer O. W. Dumout, of
Snd for circular. Price, 75 cts. anil SI. 00.
lrcpired only by SDL0N PALMEBy i
36 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati. 0
Fnr sale by Drusgrsta generally,
tfS- PHILOSOPHY OP MARRIAGK. A IMkw
Coi ksk op Leutukb, a? delivered sb the Iew
York iMaseura of Anatomy, etubraciDg the sub
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AUtarjty and Old Age; Manhood general'? review
ed : The cnu-e of indiseftion, flatulence and Ner
vous diseases accounted for; Marriage philosoph
ically considered, Ac.
Pocket volume? containing tbee leetnrea will be
forwarded to twrtie unable to attend, on reeciptol
four stamps.br addressing SCHKTAKY, .Nkw
York MraEt M ok Anatomy and Sciencr. tilp
Broadway Nkw York. VNY-feb'i8-dlv -
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Loss of Appotitio-, Rick Headache, Liver Com
plaint, Pain i the Back, Imprudence in
UF.KfSH.lIi II-I. HEALTH,
AND ALL DISEASES OF TUB
Rlood, liTer, Kidneyai A. llladder.
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad tairt. and restores te entire sys.ein to
IT IS PKKFKOTLY HARMLESS, never pro
ducing the sliRhtost injury.
it nnt a. unnrAt mprlinine. 1'ha ovrticlea from which
itiMuadearenbiUhedarouDd each h-ttle, and
is used and recum mended bjr the Medical b'acult.i,
wherever it h s been introduced, as a POrilTlVL
arid KrJLIABLfci Medicine fur DiacicOj of the
blood Liver aud Kidueyi.
gjr Used and indorsed 1y llie
leadios lhicia.n everywhere It
19 fa. V wT U
The foil owt Tijj, amonx mary hundreds of our beat
Citizen?, leiiij loiuj wunuonui eiu'Tztu.
CEUriFIOATKS FROM PUVSIOIANS.
lUi.nunHII Ml).. Marcb A. 1868.
1 believe Dr. Lawience's "ROSADALIS" to be
tne BfcST ALTfiRAT VI IS LQB, BUU luureiote
UUCOliHIIJ IWWUUH.I1-I '
THOMAS J. 130YKlN.il. D,
. Baltimore. Febm;iry 10, 1808.
fin. .1 J. IjAVIICKCR.
Dkhr Sir I tako pleasure in recommendmc your
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. 1 have
sVpn it haaH in two eases with haDDV results one
eafee of secondary s.pl)ilis, in which toe patiwnt
prunohnced himself cured after haying taken five
bottles of our medicine. The other a aee
scrolula, of lorg ta dici;. which is rapid' improv
ing under its use. and the ii.dicetiong are that the
.patient will soon recover. I have carefully exam
ined, tne tnrmuia oy wnicn your noseca is is uiauo,
and und it an excellent compound ot alterative in
gredients. Yours truly,
R. W.CARR. M D.
We know Dr. Lawrence's Rnsadalis to be a safe
and reliable alleraiive. A.O.. and take pleasure
recommending it tu the prolession and tne public.
A. I. MOOKK. M. D.,
L. A.STlTd.M. D.,
J. H. WISSfEAl), M.D.,
K. O. BAKUAM.M. ..
V .U. DUUUN, M. 1)
E. KAKNK.s. M D., '
K. W. KINO. M. D.,
S. WOODaKO, M. 1)..
W. T. BkEWKH, A1. 1)..
W.J. BULLOCK, M. D.
.fantirr 7 IFOR.
1 hereby certify lhat I am personally acquainted
with the above nmued Ph i sicians. and thryareall
cenilenon of resp:otabiUiy aud standing in this
community. p c. I)AVIS
Jiayor of W ilson, A C
January 11, 1868.
ItosadaliH will Cure the Wor
CitMfH of Scrofula Read the
Hfalemeil Itelow and I-pir
Wilson Countt. September 10, 1867.
Dr. J. J. Lawrenco: Dear Sir My yonnuest
daushter. aged five years, has heen dreadfully af
fl'ctcd with .-rrolula nearly ad her hie I tried
groKt many physicians, but without relievins her
much: in fact, roopt f ibein said there was no h'tpe
of cure. During the last: t-rirgrhe w . worse than
ever: her body and limbs beina cover d with sore.
and blotches with face and eyes badly ulce ated
and swollen. While in this cotd''ion I was ad
?ued by Dr. L. A. ttith to try your Rosadalis. 1
inoe procured threo bottles, and commenced givins
it to her. The effect was Magical in less thao
-ncnth to mr great astonishment, she was entirely
urs, with much respect and cratitudo.
W. W. JJ. KAhl A'
KosiadaliH Cures all Skin iifnscs.
Wilsin, N, C. September 15, 1867,
Tir Lawrence Dear Sir In 1862 my son. now
aeed Cre years, was vaccinated with what proved
be impure matter, woich completely destroyed n
honlth. lie has been afhicted with an inveterate
and extremely troublesome Eruption of the Skin,
sometimes breakina out in so'e-, o. Kosadalis was
pres ribe I by my family physicinn. Dr. A, D. Moore.
After taking it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely well.
Yours truly, J.B.DANIEL.
Chronic I-lTer Complaint Cared.
This is to certify that I was cured of Chronic Liv
er I'omplaint by Dr. Lawrer.oe's Kosadalis, after
bavins Deen counnea wmj auu nouse i'tij-hj
time, and tryinz various medicine? without benefit.
4 know of several others io this countv cured
throogh the use of Kosadalis, and it can bo found
nearly every house in my neighborhood, and they
all ci-aise it as a great medicine.
w THOMAS THORN.
Green County, August 14, 1867.
Rosadalis is a Potent Remedy In all
Pbom G. W. Blount. Esq., Attorney at Law
Wilson. Noktq Carolina.
I have been cured of Chronic Inflammation of the
bar and Partial Deafness, ot t n years' standinz. by
Kosadalis. ti.J. w . cLUUfl A.
RosAdalis will Cnre the Tery
Portshouth, Va., February 25. 1868.
I lap tain J. H. Baker :
Deak Sib- This is to certify that 1 have been
aftlicttd with Rheumatism for the last five or six
yoars, many times unable to move. 1 tried all med
icines recommended to me for the disease, without
receiving any benefit. Having heard "Kosadalis"
highly fpoken of, 1 procured a bottle, and. finding
some relief, contiuued it until 1 am happy to say
that 1 am completely well. .....
1 not only consider the Rosada is' a sryereisn
remedy for Kbeumatiem, but 1 believe it also a pre
ventive, and 1 oiieerfullj recommend it to the
afflicted." YW" vJa'S WEBB.
W ILSON, January 7. 1668.
I hereby certify that 1 have used Dr. Lawrence's
justly celebrated Kosadalis in my family as a gen
eral Alterative and Tonic, with the most faiisiac
tory results, and I therefore conscientiously rccoin
lnend it to the public as a medicine of rare and gen
uine merit. JAMES W. DAVIS,
Sheriff of W ilson county, N . C,
ROSADALIS This medicine has met with an un
precedented success in thiscoinuiunity. Capt. Ba
ker, tbe polite and utteotive agent for this city, in
forms us that it is nexi to impossible to supply tbe
demand made for it ; and that tbe medici is effect
ns some wonderful cures, and giving sreat satis
faction to all who nave used it jiorjou: ira.i
Daily Journal, November 29, 1867.
Prepared only by J. J. LAWRENCE. f. P..
Chemist, Baltimore, Md., (late of t Usou. N, C.)
Price 1 Super bottle. ,
'AT Sold wholesale by all the principal Vt hole-sale
Druggists in ail the large cities uf the United States
and British America, and retailed by druggists
every where. , :
All letters of inquiry Ac. promptly answered.
Address Dr. J.J. LAW KEN ub A CO.. sole pro-
Erietors and manufacturers. 244 Baltimore street,
XJJrt.. J-. X3TTG-C3r.A.3M.
230 VI ir.i St., Cincinnati, O.
s9For sale in Columbus by Brann. Brack A Co.
Mn.trtn A tiardner. S. E. Samuel A Co . and R
Jones A Son. ma-12-dily
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Great Northern and Eastern Route. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on ttt
Little 91iami St. Columbus Sc. Xeni
NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbns 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.
.NO. 1 ACCOMMODATION Leaves Colutnbuf
at 5:00 A. M. Will stop at all way stations. Thif
train starts fro n tr.e rreigbt 1 ant.
MOW Yr0KK EXPP.tSS Leaves Columbus at
11:10 A. M. M ill stop at Delaware Cardington.Gal
ion, Crestline. Shelby, New London. Wellington
Grafton and litre. Arrives at Cleveland at 3-M
P. M..New York nert day at 3:45 P. M.
MAIL AND EXPRESS- Leaves Columbus atS3
P. M. V ill stop at Worthi- aton, Lwis Center
Delaware, and all Stations to Shelby and Shiloh,
New London, Wellington, Wraftnn and Berea. Ar
riveat Cleveland at 8 25 P. M., New York 10:30 P.M.
SPKLNGP1ELD ACCOMMODATION VIA DEL
AWAKE Leaves Columbus at 3:03 P. M. Wil.
stop at ail stntioos between Columbus and Spring
field, air) vina at Delaware at4:ln P. M SprincfiK'
C 30 P. M. This train leaves Springfield at 6:40 A.
M.', arrives at Delaware at 8:10 A. U.; Colu-ubtu
Pa tent Sleepins; Cars are rnn on al
Nisht 'i'rains to Chicago,
New Vorlt and
ay Baggage checked through to New Yort and
Boston, via Cleveland ; also, to Philadelphia an
New York, via Crestline.
NK'ht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:00 A. M. :
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 12JC
Mail Train arrives at Columbus at 9.10P. M.
Springfield Accommodation arrives at Coluuibu
Fare as Low as by any Other Honte.
Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland.
E. S. FLINT,
Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio
Agent, Columb S.Ohio.
Columbus. May 11. 1868.
FOR TRE HAIR.
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Bair to Curl teautifully.
It keeps the Scalp C ean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair.
It foroes the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out. . .
It keeps tbe Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It regior-s Grey Hair to iti Original Color.
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald
-It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many which are from
physicians in bigh 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 by Demas Barnes A Co.; F. C Wells A Co.;
ScbieiTelin A Co.. New York. scnNT-mohCT-dly
A New Article of Food,
It was M Bril'at Savarin, thb celebrated French
Gastronome, who tirst said, that 'the man who in
vents a new dish doemnre tor Society than the
man wuo aicuVi.i3 a 1'lanet." 'ibe
CACIO 1I H4CCAnOI
or Italian pretared Cheese Macaroni. ia now of
fered as a most delicious, wholesome a d piqaant
coraett:Die convenient innco; tor tne use oi rnta
ilie. liacbeiors. Excursions (Picnics), Travelers,
end for use in Heer 8 loons. Bar or 8 a in pie Kootua.
It is eaten on Utead. Kiseuit or Toast.
It is suitable for Sandwiches Irglese "Dun fet-
ttns ai pan coneuntro.x Especially is it adapted
fur those ciiiUHtea where the article of cheese can
not be kept in a sound condition for any length
t may be used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash
St8s-anl warmed upon a stove alter the can
has been opened, it makes, without further prey
oaratiou. a Delicious Weish Rarebit.
For Travelers aud others, ii is tar more roo&om
iciil and convenient than bardines, Deviled or l ot
ted VI eats.
The proprietors and Patentee cannot but ask
it a rn l.
Send 95 for 8 iipi.e dozen lb Cans, and rich
ly gilhki ihow crd, t-ecurel.v packed, and ship
ped per express to any aidress. Liberal discounts
made to the trade.
IN. B. 'Ihei'acindi Maccaroni is Put np in tin
b xes, and packed in cases of two dciea at
cae, net cash.
For sa'e by all respectable Grocers and at
Kasnnnsihle ftunntji wnnted everywhere.
All orders aud com xiunicatons should be ad
THE LIVINGSTON CACfO COMPANY,
9H Lioerly Street, ew urk.
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
No. 220 South High St.,
r HAVE JI'ST RKGE1 VJED Till
JL largest and finest stock of Fall and Winter
liood ever Drought to tnis city, consisting ol
liii lili and
For Gentlemen's wear, whioh 1 will sell at the low
est Cash prices.
Also keep eonstantlj on band a well selectee
READY MADE CLOTHING.
juSS-dlv 22 South High street,
A. WORD WITH YOU!
BBFAD IS TH K STAFF OF LIFE
vour most important articlo of diet. The health
ot tout tamiiy largely uspenas upon its neing
LICHT AND WHOLESOME.
Would you have it so? Then use only
AWIT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.-Hifl
.Whiter than snow: makes Bread always light
white and beautiful Take a pound home
to your wife to-night She will be
delighted with it.
Buyers of Soda should try our
BI-CARBOIS ATE OP SODA.
e euarantee it rot only fr furerior to any other
American make, but even purer than the best IV ew
CasUe or Eiigash Soda.
MANUFACTURED BY THB
PENK'A SALT MANUF'G CO.,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T. 8. HEPAKI).
CHEAP BOOTS AND SHOES.
TS. SHEPtRD HAVIVC FORtlED
. a partnership with G. HJKIGER. for tbe
purpose of carryint on the Boot and Shoe trade at
I0. I SOUTH HIGH 81'aEF.r,
Would respectfully invite their friends and the
public eeterally to call and examine their fioe and
well selected stock of Ladies', Gents', Misres' and
Children's Boots and Shoes, this day received di
rect from the East, and which they are niw offering
for sale on the most reasonable terms. In our man
ufacturing depar nient special attention is given to
CUSTOM MADE WORK.
Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done.
We would respectfully solicit a share of puhlio
pationsge. Please give us a call. No trouble to'
. Remember the place : No. 163 South Hich street.
SHEPA.RU A HOMGKR.
Columbus, 0., Sept. 12, 1S68. dtf
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY.
The Shortest tteate West Wa
- Chane of Cars to Chicago, Peoria
FOUR TBAINS DAILY leave Union Depot Cn
lumbus, as follows: .. . .
r.tK A. M. TOLEDO EXPRESS (Sunday.
U.J excepted.) Arrives at Miltord 8.00 A u"
Lrbana8;5J A. A!.; Piqua 10:05 A. M : Lima iwi
P. M.- Toledo 3:45 P. M.; Detroit 6:10 P. M W1
lassengers by this train arrive at Toledo. 1 1
Detroit 3 Uoura ahead of any other rout-" . J
19 1ft p- M- DAY EXPRE-S (Sunlays ex.
t 1 V cepted.) Arrives at Urbana 3.-00 P. h.t
Piqua235I'. M.; Bradford Junction 3:16 P. M.j
Richmond 4:35 P.M.: Indianapolis 7:30 P. M.t le-5T'r'9:50.,P-
: Peor 6:28 A- -! Galesburg
Sii?.1'-in ! ttr-r,Detonr, low- I1:0S A- M ! Louis
yil.el.30 A.M.; Terre Haute 11-00 P. M.: Mattoon
& A. M : Cairo 4:40 P. M Pan si i' . ii
K?;: -5 ,!,, M.f Lafi.eTte
11-00 r". M .; Springfield. I inn in a.m.
r 12:45 P M.: Keokuk 2:00 P. M
other ruutes. -
20 goiJ000 AND ST. LOUIS EX-
Piqua 8:48 P MP Log .nsport 3:05 A. M Cnicegtf
8-.n A. M.; Indianapolis 2.-05 A. M.: Terre Haute
5:35 A. M.: Evansville 5 J8 P. M.: Matt , on 8:28 A
. m. avjo a. ii.; nnuu r . ai.; nt. LiOUiS
::45 H. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A. M.: Sprinsfleld, Ills.
15 P. M.; Qu.ncy 7:20 P. M.; fceokuk 8.45 K Ml
'uiotuiD 1 ..f a. hi.; unaiiviiie ozov r.n ; ftl em
lis 9:15 A. M.: Toledo 510 A. M-: Detroit H-sa
NtW AND ELEGANT
RUN IN THIS TRAIN TO CHICAGO A vn
ON ST. LOUIS ROUTE TO MATTOON, ILL.'
317 MILES. WITHOUT CHANRR. ' .
Arriving at St. Louis 10 hours and Louisville
8 hours ahead of any other rente.
(W NIGHT EXPRESS. Daily to In-
J JJ diaUapolis. and. Sundays exoenied. tji
Chicago. Arrives at Logansport8:25 A.M.: Peoria
6:26 P. M.; Chicseo 10 P.M.; Indianapolis 7:10 A
M.; lerre Haute 10:'0A.M.; Evansville 100 P. M.
Mattoon 1:10 P. M.; Ce iro 4:15 A. M.: Pana :15 P.
M.; Alton 7:15 P. M.; St. I ouis 8:10 P. M.; Lafay
ette 2:30 P. M.; Louisville 4.30 P. M.; Nashville
40 A. M., Memphis 3:15 P. M.
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis 4J and
ouics89e nuurs aueaaoi U70UU1
State Room ileepixi Cari
BUM IN THIS TRAIN
FROM PITTSBURGH TO INDIANAPOLIS
- WITHOUT CHANGE..
Call for Tickets via Loganspurt or Richmond
Tickets for sale at Uniin and Piqua Depots.
Columbns. and at all principal Railroad Ticket
F. CHANDLER, Genl Ticket Agent.'
J. M. LU NT. General Superintenden
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
Tbree Train Leave Colnnitn (Un i
. Depct), uaily (Sundays excepted
2:lO Al M; NIGHT EXPRESS, srrivin
Zanesville at 4 30 A. M.; bellaire at 8:10 A. H.
Baltimore at 4:20 A. M.; Washington City at SOS
A. il. .' ' j
IIIIO A.M. LIGHTING EXPRESS rrivlns;
at Zanesville at 1:15 P. M : Bellaire at 4:30 P.. U.
Baltimore at a 20 A. Al.; Washington City at
A il. A
.-; ., t
?:00 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zanee
ville at 4:45 P. M.: Bellaire at 80 P. Al.; Baltimore
at4:45P. M.: Washington City at 5:45 P.M.
t3-These trains are from TWO to EIGHT hours
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wash
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passenger hoi iing through tickets to Eastern
cities have the privilege of ,
Yifeiting WaishiiigtoB City Free,
No Change of Cars at Ohio River
Aslt For TICKETS TlaBEULAIR.
' JNO L.WILSON. Master of Transportation
L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Agt.
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
DAYTON & WESTERN
DAYTON & WESTERN RAILROADS
On an after MONDAY. Vy 11th. 1868, FOU
TRAINS DAILY will leave Columbus
FOB CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, CAIRO, ET.
LOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND, IH
DIAHAPOLIS & CHICAGO.'
Without change of cars to DAV TON and RICH
MOND, and only one change of cars co IN
DIANAPOLIS and CHICAGO.
Connections are reliable as follows
FIRST TRAIN (Daily).
Leaves at 1 :?0 A. M. for Cincinnati. Cireleville
Lancaster. HilUboro and Cbiilicothe; stops at Lon
don, Xenia, Atorroa, and Loveland, arriving a I
Cincinnati at 6:90 am. - ,
(Daily except Sundays.)
Leaves at 5SOO A. M. for Cincinnati, Dayton
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
West Jefferson, London. South Charleston, Sclma,
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow,
South Lebanon. Fosters. Lovelan-4. Milford, ar
riving at Cino;onati at 10:35 A. M.s oonneoting
with the Mail Boats.
THIRD TRAIN. -(Daily
except Sundays J
Leaves at. 12:25 P. M for Cincinnati. Dayton aid
Sprirgfield, via Xenia, arriving at Cincinnati at
6:10 P. il. ', .
(Daily except Sundays.) '
Leaves at 5:5 P. M. for Cincinnati. Dayion and
. Springfie d via London, stopping at Alton, West
Jefferson, London, South Charleston, Selma,
Co arville. Xenia. Morrow and Loveland. and ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10.-00 J . M.
Sleeping; Cara an all NIffht Train ,
HENRY BROOKS. Ticket Agent.
JNO. VV. DOHEKTY, Agent.
JOHN DURAND. 1 . ;
W.L. S&aitUU Cincinnati ,
Genl Ticket Ac't,J , may 18
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE BOUTE.
un and alter June 29th. 1F. train, will . .
follows: . ... ;
Leave. N. Y. Exprepa. .- Mail 7..f r.;i.
Columbus 30 A. M. J:15 P. M. : 112U A. M .
Newark 3:85A.M. 8:50P.M. li5 P.M.
bteuhenville... 9:00 A.M. SH0 P. M. 5:151". M,
Pittsburgh ....11 10 A. M. 15:00 M. 16 P. M.
Harrisharg :20 P. M. 12:20 P. M. - 6)0 A.M.
Philadelphia.. 1:25 a. M. ' 4:50 P. M. S5 A. Mi
New York.... 6:00 A. M. 6:55 P. M. -. 11:50 A. M,
Baltimore :S A. M. 6:20 P. M. 12:30 P. M.
WashiLgton... 9:40 A. M. 9:50 P. M. ' 4:55 P. M.
Boston 6:00 P. M lfcOO P. M.
egant sta'e room sleeping cars on all nigh t trains.
On lhe fast Line the ce'ebrated "Silve Pal..A
day and night cars are run through from Columbni
to Philadelphia and New York without change.
W Passengers by tbe 2:00 A. M. Sunday train
arrive in New Yorkat5 o'clock Monday morning
an advantage never bti'oro oflered.
m r . PfJ'TJ' A'4- Steubenville.Lb.
W. W. CARD, Superintendent, Steubenville O
JOHN B. P.ETERs7itnUAi5o?L?usn.,aob.U'- '
junelO-dly ju:t0 ,
B. BROOKS. 1 ALBX. HOCRTON. va.
J. & W. B.'BROOKS
Cor. Klch AHft hSts..Calnm...
DBALKRS IK - ; ( '
HEW ORLEANS SUGARS AND M0LAS6B
Island Sugars. Coffee. Teas Spices. Tobaccos
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