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u KvmiM ere eatrrArlj feared ondejjto direct
i tu-xrvtar toil tnaiction or rror. nuuruiuio, m
H IBM WIIMI Wg P.Ub!t
f. rniioeiT, r -medles tor all the nor (ommoa aod lmpl all--jpcmi
r lira . ' , ' I,
v a moment resection wffl Shew that a vast majority of
,titoaet from whleh wt tatter aod die, were, at their com
mencement, lmpl nil trifling. 4 mer oold.a illgbl dlar
sboa, a pain In Ui aide, or a headache, or hoarseness, at
ant easily cured anil subdued, la Mm beoomei a eonaump
. lion, a fever, a dangerous dysentery, Croup or other
disease, whtcn aU th pamm of medloluo Ml to arrest.
HerJotbeMremedleasondyaspubUowejit. .eln
ion hand, elmple, so r" enow eneewhal to take
DJeuiuL HUta cause, no repugnanc af, ana bene
oo.nuU.i3ni no risk, whUo th curative effect are post'1
and certain, they ara taken, and at one lb (pell u broken
and the danger allayed. '
Rrtterlenne hae amply eonnnned the toe of the rem
die for families and private persons, a being Tin ssst ra
ww, tw unwr emru ahd ooavaauriiT, tbi bust raoun
tn rsuabml
Thousands ar and hTe been using them for torn Bve
rear put. In very Motion of tha country, with almost
. krtarlabl mores All peak In to ulgbett term of their
simplicity and certainty,- and among our hundred of
agent Uio uniform (eatimony , that they give food
satisfaction to their customers.
i;ki""ii " LlST OF
dUUPUREYB' BPaOIPIO DOMBOPATHIO REMEDIES
M, M of Start Boxe-eente
lCnrea Fever, Congestion, and Inflammation
Uut lJn "
Cure Worm Fever, Worm Collo, Voracious
Appetite.....
wuti.tn rtntnv. and Wakefnlneaa.
funw flmwth. and Feeblenesa of Infant.
j-rv.. ru..htt ttl (Killilren or Adulta. Cholera
Infuitum. and Bummer Complaint. tS
. a rmnnbn ni ninori-r Plnx. Colls.
Orinlnin. liilioua Colic. Fall Dyieutery. tS
a ttima rhoiM. rK.,li-rft Uorbtia. Kanaea. and
VonjlUnit. Aftliniutlc BreaUilng. 85
Trs-.. rtr.i,fhn PoM. HmrienHL Bronchitis.
ln(!nr.Mi. ami cVire Throat. tS
lTnraa n'nnthnrrin. Faceacha. Narrou ralaa.
NeuraWa. and Tic Doloreux f
uhirv TTnaitnnhna. Sick Ileadachea. Tertlco.
Rush of Blood to the Head 9
ior-, rvtrananaia. Wmk. Acid, or Deranged
i Stomach. Conciliation. Urer Complaint. JS
tl rs.ua RnnnMiiail Mnnini or ScantT. or
' Delavlm. Green 8ickne J8
iq r..M.T.m.nnn.h.n ni -UThitaa. BaarlniT Down.
ton Profusa MenflUfl..
tu n,AaAnn iirnuiiouiiv Couch. DUBcult and
i -J viugb r ' AK
Ot-iirnwd Brwitli no. w
ia vMt ftaU T7hAi-!m. CruatT Cruntlona EnralDe'
" ht. Scald Head. Birher'a Itch. S5
THr-art.A Rhiitrinr.(in. P'tln. Lamn . " -
neaa In the Chert, Bs;k, Side, or l.link- 9
It Cures Fever an-i Akuo. Intcrniii
15 S'or HbeutufttlsTH.Valn, Ijimenen, or rVrer.eM
In the Chest, Back, Bi-!e, or Limh .'. V
16 For Fever cna Aue, Intpnnittent .-cr,
, Dumb Ague, Old Inveterate Ague
IT For filns. Internal or External. B'ird or Biceil-
biir. Recent or Olwtlnate. ... . t
19 For Oothalmv. Wep.k or Inflamed Eyes or Kye-
Ud, Falling or Weak Sight 00
19 For Catarrh, Acute nr Chronic, Pry or Flowing.
Cold in ilia Bead, Influenza. TA
20 For Whooping Couch, shortening ani piiliat-
lng It, or Spasmodic Couglu M
Jl For Asthma, 0,iprced, Dilica'.t, labored
Breathing, Cough Dd Ejjwctoralinn K
83 For Ear DiEchnrgos, Kulsc la tl e I.'ca.i, Im-
palrel llenring, Karache. CO
23 For Scrofula, Enlarged Olnnils nud Tonails,
Bwellinga, and OM Ulcer.. : X4
it For General Debility, Physical or Ncrvuu
Weakness M
!3 For Cropsy, F'.u' l Accumulations, Tumid Eiteii-
rngs, with Scanty Secretions CO
28 For Bon - Sickness, Frustration, Vertigo,
Nausea Vomiting 50
ST For Urin&ry Diseases, Gravel, Heuai Cmuull,
DiHicnlt or 1'alurul Urination...... 60
23 For Seminal Emissions, Involuntary ni-
rbarges, and Consequent Fro3tration and 0c-
imtr 100
2P For Sore Mouth, or Stomacoce, Cankered
Month of Adults or Children, 00
!fv-Fcr Urinary Incontinence, rt'cttlng the Bed,
too freount, painful, or scalding Urination. 00
71 For Painful Menses, Pressure, Cramp or
Spasms, at the time : or Itchirg and Irri;ii;!cn :
Prnrl'Ja ST
tZTor Builbrlngs at Chanre ot Xal i Irr-j-i-larities,
Ficrhn of licit, Fslpitatios ami even
D'.evf rf the Heart. 100
rsiCE.
A Case ot Twcmy-eicW large Ttais tn moroc-o, and
Book of Directions ' i
A Case of Twenty Imge UL In morocco, and Boo
of Directions !
A Cash of Tweuty large VMl, p'.ain cr.se. a: -I Hook
of Directions 4 H
A Can of Fifteen LOIR (Nua 1 to i.') a.od Ikiok cf
Directiona.., 3 00
A Case of any Six SJiti (N'-js. 1 to 10 roiI Book of
Directions. 1 00
A tartre case of S-ui. mis, for Kaatcrs and Physi
cians 10 0
. OUE REMEDIES BY MAIL 08 KX PRESS.
VeserH these Remedies, by ihe alniiebor or fll case,
o any part of the countrr, by mail ot t-xpresf, free ol
char e. on receipt of the price.
N. B. The boxes Noa. 1 to 15 ire small file, N js. 15 to
SI large size, and In making up a ?2 nr $1 case this must
be remembered. ThcTials are uniform In Size and price,
ana m sensing rcr a Tiu-case, no attention it cececary on
this point.
Look over the list ; nut: un a rase of what kind you
tfhoose, anH Inclose the amount in a current cote or stamps
by mail to oar address, at 003 uroadTar, Keir-rorsr, and
trie medicine wi'J beduly retnmed by mail or jr
1 VGTKXIX ART UOMEOPATHT.
TlumphrevV Speciao Homeopathfo Heme
aies fur Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs. Dog,o.
Tne cae conwin ten ppedfio iieiiiediea saltal.le for all
aisease ar ailment to aU.-il domestic animals are subject,
totrether with a complete manual of direction for use, ao
plain and simple that every farmer or breeder oan readily
cue them. The remedlea are put up In lartre one-oa. rials ol
of liaulds. and the entire set. and book, will be sold at
Binirle Tills, with directions, at 1 each. Sent by mall or
cxnrcx, tree ol cnarge, on receipt oi uie price.
Price of book aiugly 60 cents.
A0ENT3 WASTED for the cale of our Bemedles In
crcry town or community In the Lulled Elates. Address
F. HUMPHREYS & CO.,
S6S BROADWAT Nsw-Yoa.
Agent tn Colnmbn Ohio:
EUBB&TS BAalCKL, TTholeaal and Ketail Drug
gist, B4, N. High street.
8. K. SAMUEL t CO SntgM, 5 8- High s.t.
Dublin, O. W. Krana. .
itfahanria, Tho. Yonnf.
London, Coblents k. kidenour
Lifayette, John Snider.
Pleasant Valley, Drs. HcCane & Case.
Homerford, Gabriel Prngb.
West Jefferson, James Park.
Worthtogton, Drs. loier Johnson and Via. Bishop.
OTall oa theaentaforonof onr Monthly Journ
al, grati, oontalnlng much Interesting and valuable In
formation. , . . aog 1-dfcwly eow.
Baltimore Clothing House.
HESS tJLs 33XjXJI,
i uumtAcrvKnt aid wnououLi ncaus is
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,
tiaraTT tin bowad,) '
BACTimOHE, Aid.
A tajrg Aiiortmint of ?1M aad TarnlihlEg
Boodi Constantly on Hand'
0ctS8dly . .
' KAGLK "WIIOLKSAXJC
LOOKING GLASS STORE
JOSHUA COW PLAN 0,
Manufacturer and Sealer, Ho. 53 Sooth Fourth St.,
PDtweva sun ana wuciLuuk, rniiaacipnia, -TTTHEKE
UK OFFERS AT LOW
TV Diice. an (XlenslT variety of Looklna Qlaaaea in
Ollt, Bahogany and Walnut Frame, Large French Plat
Mirrors, Flam and Kicniy urrjaaaenled, ullt and Fancy
Wood Portrait and Picture Frame.
LOOEHO 6UEB PLATES by TEX box,
Good packed in th Safest mutr, aad lorn rod
- against Breakage. ,
JOSHUA C0WF1AH0,
' 53 Sooth Fourth Street,
astg30- , . Pbihvlelphla.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS '
At.aTTAWDH'8 1 KTD OLOVE8. ' - ' '
POINT LAOI COLLARS. . ' ' - . . i
VALENOIENNaB COLLARS It 8LF.F.VK8.
JJIB'D MUSLIN . do .. . do .
LINEN do , , do j
..-JtuUAVE BOSOMS " do
TIKH Ami! HANDKIRCrillFS, OILT BELTS. '
SMBHOIDKRKD ' do I1AIR NITS.
MOURN I NO do . KUBIA8.
BBMMF.D, STITOBED, do 1 HOODS,
ORKNIDINB LAO VEILS BLREVBg.
LACE COlf FCBKSk BAKBE3, CORSETS.
ForaaUby ,; . ( PETER BAIN,
dergl. . Wo. SO. South High Street,
Holiday Presents.
tyttAtffAW TTOOIi DE LAINEs; ON
17 ly 85 cent a yard. KIch Faacy Bilk at W sssti
,,. ; ' PETER BAIN,
deeSO Ho. 89 South Illgh Street.
I.ITf-R DaLAIIVf:!. . . .
W INT KB DeLAINEa, '
WINTkR DLAINE8
Kssr styles and wry cheap at BAIITS .
OTV4. No. SS Sooth nigh street.
1iV,MUIhWHll, ELKUANT
J old BmbosMd Tarlatan, th Utest novelty. Plain
Whiter and Colored Tarlatan- While Part Muslin wren
adlneBTntng Kobe; Plain party Bilk.
...'..;' 4 ' ' TH BAIN.
.,-. ,i No. ?9 South Bijh itreet.
tits rr5t4flo xvri.
ta-fliaay
STATEMENT
. t6t. THE CONDITION OJf tlUi
Noiii) 'American Fire Insurance Co.
ON Til 3 hi ol V r It EC ' K
lfo.lt, mail l th Auditor of Ibe Stale of Ohio,
pursuant to ilie estate of that State. -ti
' 1 KAMK AND-LOCATION,
lit. 1 luuauie of this Company U Ui North Aiacrkan
a lire louir-nra Oovpanjr, Inoorpontel My. It"'.
S ad kKitul in llje ttiy of Haitlurd. Connecticut.
i t i ; 'oAritAt " " "
XI. The amount of IU eaplUl itock It J3U0.IM 00
31. The amount of He capital lock actully .
paid up in caah i m. .. 00
4h. .ffleKtr.
I. Cub on hnJ aud In hank, vi:.";.
i In Oopaiy'aoftlce..... '.'.HIJ IKI '
i; i lo Wi'Miix Buk... I"A':3 34
In Kxolutng Uank '.'0 UK) W
3. Otth in hanilaof agenla and In
cnort ol traoamlaalon, re
ceived for premluaa thia
joar I3.I0U il U
:l. Heal Katatt none....
4 Uouilaoanol hy th Compauy,
VU" """"".""i'ar Val. Market Val.
Ohio State 0 per cent Bonda alO.OUo 910,000 00
Michigan Slate tt per cent Bonda 5,imhi S.ltHi Ml
Hartford City 0 percent Bonds 7.0IKI 7.SW0 0.1
do ilo do do do 13,1 ou 13 WO 00
Miaaourl Stale 0 ' cent Booilt 10 IWO 0 IHiO 00
Tenneeae tate 4 per cent Uomla 10,000 7,o.ri0 IKI
8.M.0U0 30,3iUllO
Total Bond. ?S".350 00
:., Rail Uoad Stook owned hy tho
Company, via: ' " '
100 shares hartlord and Mew Par Val. UaiketVal
Uaren K. B- Co $10,040 0U 14,000 00
73 shares i. V. Cential Etta
' Company..... 7,500 00 5.7f0 00
Total K B. Stocks. ....
.$17,000 U0 $I'I.711I 00
0. Debt to the Company secured by mort
gage, being tint lien of record ou un
Incumbered Keal Betate In th Bute
uf Connecticut woilb at leut $8,000
'- on which there 1 ka than on ) ear's
iDtareatdua and owning
7. Pebts otherwise secured loans on i locks
Til! i .
9t,lt:uK)
NoBliare. '. ; '.
Par
Value.
Market
Value.
Amount
Loaned
Farmeis 4 Wech's
Bank. Hart lord...
$500 00 $000 00
$000 00
1,200 00
Mercantile Bank of
Banford
Marebant Bank of
Hartford
City Bank o
1,400 00 1,375 00
SCO 00 490 00 4-0 00
Uartford...
, 1,000 00 1,130 00 1,000 00
Charter Oak Dank
Hartford
phoenix Bank of
Hartford
Hartford County
Bank
Hartford County
Bank
2.200 CO 8,310 00)
3.735 00
1,500 00 1,500 OU)
CO 00 800 00 400 CO
2,500 00
2,000 00
l.'OO 00
1,010 00
8,440 W
1,224 60
491 04
Merchants it Man
ufacturer Bank
1,700 00
1.0C0 00
Merchants It Man
ufacturers Bank
tnaBank Hart
ford
500 00 540 00
000 00
21
Stat Bank Bart
ford 2,100 00 2,415 10 2.403 20
Mercantile Batik
Hartford
Fhosnis Insurance
Co. Hartford....
Home Bank Mori-
den
Bank Ohio Valler
300 00 204 00 300 00
10
1.C00 00 1,100 03 900 CO
SCO 03 500 00 400 00
200
Cincinnati Ohio 10,000 00 11,C00 00
7.537 01
Total amount toaneo. on boot siocai....
$23,72 91
8. All other secutltle ara, Bank
Btock oaned by the Co.,
Tl:
No Share Par Val. Market Val,
250 phcenlxBaok New York $3,000 00 VWO 00
- SO
50
50
50
00
60
100
50
100
S00
7
1(0
10U
50
113
118
4.1
215
101
:h
hi
!!'5
20-J
Merchant Bank
2,500 00
2,400 00
Metropolitan Bank
, Continental Bank
Bank of America
American Exchange
5 (UK) OU
5,000 00
5 000 UI
5 000 110
3.0(10 00
5,400 00
4,000 00
5,100 (Ml
4.7W1 CO
2.700 00
!.,DO0 00
5.1U0 00
9900 00
lo.eoo to
Merchants Exchange ' '
Atlantic Bank
Boston 10,000 00
blarkstone Bank
National Bank
Bank of the Republic
Maverick Bank
Hided Leather '
Pafety Fund Bank
5,000 00
10.000 00
20 000 1.0
7,506 00
1(!,0W) CO
10 000 00
7,4 Oi
jy,ouv vj
S,W0 00
4,ff 0 L")
ll.fOS Oft
11064 00
Cambridge Aiarnet
5,000 00
Charter Oak Back n.-.rtford 11 300 00
Mercantile Bank
11,800 OU
City Bank
Exchange B.nk
Parmer At Mechabict
Hartford Bank
Blerrhants k K'l'3
A:tnaBank
Ph'jDDix Bank
4 ooo a)
10,750 00
10.1UO oo
3.V0O 00
11,100 00
10 500 CO
20.00J 00
5,10 08 1
11 287 30
11413 0O
4,410 CO
11,100 00
11340 CO
20,000 00
' 'Total Book Stock
$701,350 00 $204,(M5 50
9. Amount of interest ' (except oa mortga
ges, accrued but not due. .,
10. Amount accrued but not due on mort
gagee, It
11. Amount of premiums due and unpaid
which are entirely good
$1,309 33
$44 TS
$112 50
Total asMUotlh Company $300,492 20
(Memorandum) The toresolng are December panic
prima, and show an argreeate redaction since Ncrem
ber 1st, 10, of $il,2! 00. From the teliebie char
ter of the Assets e have entire conCdci.ee Slat they Trill
speeully rally to former price.
LIABILITIES.
12. The amount of th liabilities, du or not
due, to bank and other creditor of
the Co. none.
13. Luse adj usted and due none.
do do do not Sua
ia,b40 31
1S.H35 00
do unadjusted
All other claim again! th Company,
none, excepting a small amount for
office expenses.
Total aaoant of llahlUtle.... $22,G?0 31
MIBCELLANEOCS.
Amount of risk In fore. See. 31, 1600,
havirnr be areraae about ( month to
run $10,592,400 00
Amoant of premium received theroou 12771 53
The greatest amount insured in any one
risk !...
$5,000 00
- Exceptug in special eases.
Tha greatest amount allowed by the
rule of th Company to be Insured
In any on city, town or Tillage
No rule hay been adopted le
ponds upon It size and character.
The greatest amount allowed to be In
land in toy on block no rale
adopted depend npon construction
of premises.
The amoant deposited In other State
and oountle under the law thereof,
for th security of the Policy Bold
er nothing.
Th Charter Act of Incorporation of
th Company a certified copy sent
heretofore.
Power of Attorney authorlilog agents
of th Company to acknowledge
serrice of proem etc., latent here
with. A. F. BASTINGS. President,
20,
21.
52.
23,
21.
. WM. 0. HASTINGS, Secretary
SiaTior CoKNEcnccT.j
Hartford County, )
Hartford Coxa ,)
January 0th, 1WSI.
Personally appeared, A. f . Hastings, President, and
Wot. O. Hastings, Secretary, of th North American
Fir Insurance Company, and made oath that the fore
aolna statement by them subscribed. I a true, full and
correct statement of the affairs of said Company, and ex
hibit so far as can b ascertained at this date, It actual
condition en th thlrty-flrat day of December, isoo.
i In witness whereof, X bay hereunto let my hud and
affixed my affieisl seal, at my ofnot In UarttirJ, Bute of
Connecticut. ,
EDWIN GOODMAN, Commissioner,
Appointed by the Governor of Ohio and
aiiL. residing in thaclty of Hartford and StaU
ot uonnecticut.
Omcs or tbi Auditor or Stati. (
Colombo. Ohio, Jan. 14, 1881. i
I, Robert W. Tayler, Auditor of State, do hereby oer-
ti'r that the forezoins a correct copy or tne statement
of th condition of th North American lire Insurance
Company of Hartford, Conn., mad to tbi office for th
year itni , ana now on nre nerein.
n ltneasmy Dana ana peas omciaiiy.
H. W. TAYLER,
tXAt..1 Auditor of suit;
t - By 0. Cous, Chief Cleik.
CoTttfloaU of AttUtority.
, (To expire on th Slat day of Jaauary, 18C2-
. Aonrroa or btatw urnca.
ImoBAjtoa DarARTunr,
Columbo. Ohio, Junuary 14, IKI
Wkrrras. Th NORTH AMERICAN F1BB INbDR-
ANCE COMPANY, located at Hartford la th But of
Connecticut, has filed in this office a sworn atatement of
11 condition, as required by the first sec ton of tha tot
'To regulate Insurance companies not incorporated by
inosiateoi umo, passta apru o, ituo; ana, waaau.
said oompany ku futniabed the uadeisigoed catisfaotory
evidence that it 1 possessed of at leaat on hundred
thousand dollar of actual capital invested In stock, or
in bonds, or in mortgage of real estate, worth donbl th
amount for which th eamet mortgaged; and. Wanes
Said company ha filed ia thlsomc a written Instruaent
under it corporate teal, ined by th President and
Secretary thereof, authorising any agent ar agent of
Id company in in is rut, to acknowiedeo aervlc of
proeeae, for and In behalf of said company, consenting
that such aervlc of process shall bt taken and held to
be a valid a If served open lh company, according to
th law of thl or any other Biate, and waiving all claim
or right of error, by reason of ueb acknowledgement of
Service,
now, tneretore, in purraanre ot in n rat section or in
aforesaid act, 1. Robert W. Tayler, Auditor of Stat for
th Stat of Ohio, doaereby certify, that said Norih
American Fir Iouraor Company, of Hartford, it au
thorised to transact th boalneaa of Fir and Mario In
taranoe, In this State, until th thirty first day of Jan
uary, la tha year oo thousand tight hundred and sixty.
two.
In Wltnee Whereof, I have hereunto eqbecrlUd my
i i BMBeasdaaaord the teal of my of&o to be
i n.i ( affixed the day aad year above written. ,
J St. W.TAYLKK, ,
-v ' -. . . Auditor of Bute.
. By 0. Cot, Chief Clerk.
FEED'S J. FAT, Agent, .
. f , - ' Offli la Carpenter' Bnlldi&g,
' 1 17, tOCTH HIGH STREET,
JnlS41N' 1 - '" " ' COLUMBUS, OHIO. '
Uf INK MCFFSi YI0T0BINES and CUFFS we ire
now (ellintT at Vtrr low price, alto all other kind
fashionable fur. . - PETE BANB,
deotUi , j : -f ;... So. 89 Sooth High U ;
h :'a4
HABDWAllii STORE
saaxissaaaa
Jl'ST RECEIVED BY
WM. A. GILL,
No. 30 North High Street,
Ont of th largtit na But S!88 1
Of
el J? ci "Wro
EVER OFFERED IN TniS OITYI
Honse Builders' Furnishing
OF EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY.
French t American
Window Glasa t
FAliMTS UltOUNU IM OIL,
and put op in half pound cans for family use, and Dry
. Paint In bulk.
Brushes ol every variety & quality.
A Splendid Aoaortmeul ol
MACHINISTS TOOLS,
CARRIAGE MATERIAIW
AXES GRINDSTONES, &c
GUNS, rifSTOLS, SHOT, to
H3IIING TACKLE.
ROPE k CORDAGE,
LEATHER AND INDIA RL'EBES.
BELTING.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, &c,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
t especially inrite th attention of all Ir-temied to my
itock of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
SILVER PLATED FORKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &c,
of KOGEKR3 At BRO'S. Manufacture, warranted lobe
extraheary, Electro- Plajed, on gcnalce Albalta.
Country Merchants, Mechanics, and other, are invited
to call and examine my Stock, a I am prepared to tell
Wholesale and Retail. H"!l A. 11.1.
Columbus, Ohio, !I 8, l0
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
PARKER
SEWING MACHINES,
PEICE $10,
AND WARRANTED
Equal to Any Other
For mil Family Purposes,
Besides being more simple, durable, and easily operated.
Call and see!
OSes, Arnoiy Ball, over Bain's Stors.
oct3-Jtf 0. T. FLOWERS. Agent.
NEW TREATMENT.
r-rlvata and Confidential
MEDICAL ADVICE
AT THI
BUFFALO PRIVATE HOSPITAL,
Sstablished for the cure of Syphilis, Seminal Weakness,
and A Secret tnfirmWn of I'outis and Maturity
Dyspepsia, General Debility, fever and Aaus, tn
Artnities of Youth, Old Age, M.
KO MtBCCBY USJZD.
X3T. Amos c3 Son,
Comer of Main and Quay SU., Buffalo N. T.
ARK THE ONLY PHTSICIAPfS Vt
the Stat who are member of tn Eoyal College of
Surgeons, London. May be consulted from & o'clock la
the morning onll 9 at night, In every stare and symptom
of disease. Th treatment they adopt I tho result of
npwarrit of thirty year extensivs practloe In Europe and
America,
A HOST S0IENTIFI0 INTENTION.
An instrument for the en re of Noctornal Emissions
more properly known as Seminal Weakness, etc. Can be
permanently cared from fifteen day to two month ' J
th us f ibla Instrument, when Died conjointly wllb
medicines.
YOONJMIN TAB I PARTICULAR N0TI0I.
Dr. AMOS At SON take pleasure In announcing that
they have Invented a most important Instrument for the
cure of the above diaeaaes. It has been subjected to a test
ev th moateminent physician lo London. Paris, Phila
delphia and New York; It ha been declared th only use
ful Instrument over Invented for the cur of Seminal
Weakne, or any disease eanatd in th secret habits ot
youth. Price $ 10 hy mail or txuress.
N. B Dr. AMOS BON, tn order tn satisfy th most
skeptical as to th merit of tbi iutiument, pledge
themselves that In any instance where it may prove un
satisfactory, after a fair trial, th money will be roluailcil
by returning the instrument in food order. i
COUNTRY 1NVALTDB.
Persons la any part of the world may be successfully
treated by forwarding a correct detail of their cats, with
a remittance for medicine, ete. -
Address Dr. AM03 At BON, oornw of Main aod Quay
Bt. Buffalo H. Y. marll-dttwlr
OJSTXJPIJHTl.
or CBeBirat)l Ly
WARRANTED TO MAKE MOAP with-
V T out Lime, and with vary llttt trouble, every
family raa
MAKE THEIR OWN SOAP
oat of any kind of refos Grease, eonMnod with th
BAPONIFIBB.
It will make hard water sort, will clean type to peifee
Hon, and for all purpose where STRONG LYS I rt-
aalred aothinc can euual It.
It i put up la 1 I, tir tight boxes, th rail direetsons
teeompniing each package.
TrPTh only genuine, original and patented articl
1 manufactured by the P FINN A SALT MANUFAOTCR-
ING COMPANY, OBo 33d Penn. strest, FiUebargh,
Pa., wtoalo msnofaetur
0a.utlo Soda for Soap Ma
ker. Refined Soda Ash,
Soda tolerate.
Copperas,
Soda Ash.
Aqua Forrlt
NitrisAeM.
Clorideef Calciaaa.
Man gan set,
Ohlofon Sal Soda,
bleaching Powder,
' Muriatic Acid,
lxtra Refined Snow-Whit Table, Dairy and Pack ins
Salt, warranted entirely pure and dry, pot up in various
pacaagee ana ttyie.
IT For sal by all Druggaaiaoa flrocert In the eoaa
try lanSW-wl
ALA.GrTJJSLTICS OILi.
THE MOSTNUCOfcSSs I L PAIN CUR
EH known, I composed solely of healing Oils.
Batumi and Gum. Actual oMc.-ra.i. aud the certifi
eates ot rpcctaDlc parson carraut os In stating posl
lively that ,
Jieed l Magnetic yu cvret aneumamm-' ,
Heed's Magnetic Oil owes Spinal Afeetim;
Seed's Magnetic Oil cures Sewralgla;
Meed's Magnetic Oil curt Weak Joints;
Hifd's Magnetic Oil cure Ulcerated Sires;
Herd s Magnetic OU cures Nervous Headache; '
Heed's Magnetic VU cure r rostea tea.
Used' Magnetic OU cure fresh Wounds;
Heed' Magnetic Oil cure SaeUtnos; ' .
iraeJ't Magnetic OU cure l'alns in lh Sack;
Heed' Magnetic OU cures Nervous Affection;
Jited's Magnetic OU cure i'jrache at Toothoch.
tor sal by SIMON JOnNBON, Dauooiw, Plttsborgfi,
P.,ol agent; told alao hy B. A. FAUNEBTOOBf At
CO., R. B. SBLLBR8 s Ouond roggit gesrerally,
at 25 ct. per bUl. . . ,. ,n,F , , . decl4d';w j
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SIR, ASTLEY COOPER, .
or lottDnir, AifD
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or Mx'w tohx.
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jicmupnera
Tha best Diurctio, Tpnio. and Invigorant. Tha
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Importers, 91 Liberty St.,
NEW YORK.
Bold In Colomhut by
McKEB k BE8TIEATJX.
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C. A. WAGNER. and others.
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IMPORTED GOODS.
J1T RECEIVED
20 cases Italian Oil, Barton Ac Co., for table nie.
IO
French Mustard, favorite brand!
Boned Sardines, the BUST Sardine Imp'td
4
A
ot taper ana unvei.
Tabl Banco "Lea Ac Ferrin' Worcester
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Walnut and Tomato Oatsnp
to
TA dos. Cross at Blackwall's celebrited English
Pickle, consisting of "OsullBower." -'PI-calili,"
OhowChow," "Walnut," "On
ion," "Cabbagt," Bean," 'ahfkV
M'x Pickle.
London Porter.
Campbell' celebrated Scotch Ale-'
SO
lOO
e esniUloger rreserves.
SO boxes Italian Macaronland Vennaclll.
ire Cox' Gelatin.
Coleman', celebrated English Mustard, In kegs, boxos.
cans ana bottw.
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TITE WISH TO CALL THE ATTES.
Tf Uono-'
3a2Z3I1.0lIA3rTJ3
to our aasoaTiiBrr or
Watches, Tools and Materials
(mnoited directly from th Manufactories of England
and Swllaerlaud, and which w vttll fell a low, If not
lower, than any other importing bout in th United
L. LB8Q0BRSOX At SONS.
71 8. High St., Columbus. 0.
dec 19 I 15 Maiden Lane, New York.
S; DOYLE & CO.
( Maonfacturers and Wholesale Dealers la
BOOTS AND SHOES,
8outhstt Corner of High and Oat 8m.,
No. OO,
COLTJ JIBUS,... OHIO.
'A large Stock of Pin aid Staple Good oa hand."
y31-dtf ' ' 4
PEAKl. 8TAHCH. ,
1.MJ0 lb. Msdhwn, Watt At Co' par, anchral-
ret2 "H J
oaUd Pearl Starch, a superior article, received la store,
forssrehy . " MiKBBIe BEBTIBACX, -
octSI 3 Statesman Baildtng.
,l r
THE-EREAiSrr
ill
DISGOVEBY
OF THE AGE
Ha-R. KENNEDY. ' OF IIOXHVBTi
IV 1 has discovered In one of our common pasture weeds
a remeuy mat cures ... 1
Every Kind of Humor,
The worit Borofula down to a common Pimple.
He haa tried it In over eleven hundred cues, and nev
er failed except iu two oases, (both thunder humor.) He
haa now In hi possession over one hundred certificate of
Its value, an wtimn twenty mile or Boston. -Two
bottle are warranted to cur a nursing sore
mouth.
One to three bottles will cure th wont kind of Pimples
on tn lace. ;
Two or three bottles will clear the system of biles.
Two bottle ar warranted to cure the wont canker In
the mouth or atomsch.
Three to five bottle are warranted to cure the worst
kind of Erysipelas. r
One to two bottle are warranted to our all humor in
the Eye.
Two bottle are warranted to cure running o the tin
and blotches unong the hair.
Four to six botles are warranted to cure corrupt snd
running nicer.
One bottle will cure scaly eruption of tho skin.
Two or three bodies are warranted to sure tha worst
kind of ringworm.
Two or three bottles are warranted to cure the most
desperate case of rheumatism.
Three to fonr bottles are warranted to cure salt-Hheum.
Five to eiaht bottles will cure the worst oase of scro
fula.
A benefit Is always experienced from Ui first bottle,
s perfect cure Is warranted when the above quantity I
taken.
R0XBUBY, MASS.
DraR MiDAM: The reputation of the Medical Di
covery, in curing all kind of humors, Is so well estab
lished by the unanimous voice of all who have ever used
It, that I need not say anything on the subject, as the
most skillful physician and the most careful Druggists in
the country are unanimous In Its praise.
In presenting the Medical Discovery to your notice, I
do it with a full knowledge of Its curative power, in re
lieving all, and curing most of those disease to which
you are unfortunately so liable. That most excruciating
disease to an affectionate mother,
NURSING SOKE MOUTH,
I cured as If by a miracle; your own temper la restored
to Its natural sweetneas, and yoor babe from short and
fretful nap to calm and sweet (lumber; and the Medical
Discovery becomes a fountain of blessing to your husband
and household.
In the more advanced stage of
UANK. EH
It extend to the itomach .causing
DYSPEPSIA,
which It nothing but canker on the stomach; then to th
intestines ana
KIDNEYS,
creating linking, gone feeling, and an Indifference eva
to the care of yuur family.
Your stomach Is
HAW AND INFLAMED.
your food distresses you. and yoo can only take certain
klcds. and even of that ycur ostein docs not tret half
the nourishment it contains, as the scrimonoui fluid of
the canker eati It up; then your complexion loses It
bloom aod become sallow and greenish, and your best
day is gone. For want of nourishment your ayttem be
come loose and flabby, and the fibres of your body be
come relaxed Then follow a train of disease which th
Medical Discovery is peculiarly adapted to
cd he;
Palpitation cf the heart, pain In the tide, weakness o
the spine and small of the back, pain of the hip joint
wnen you retire, irregularity oi tne ooweis, sua aits,
that most excruciating oi diseases, use.
PILES.
How many thousand of poor women arc snffering from
this disease and pining sway a miserable life, and their
next door neighbor doe not know tne cause, i W'sn t
Imprest on year mind that good old proverb, "An ounot
of prevention I better than a pound of cure," In the
1TIEDICAE DISCOVERT
you have both the preventative and the cure, with Ihfc)
great and good quality, that It will never, under any
circumstances, do yoc any Injury.
THB MEDICAL, DISCOVERY
la especialy Intended fcr diseases ot the Hood, but since
its introduction tn the Western Slates, it It found to bt
tho best
AGUE REMEDY
that wai ever before the public.
No change of diet ever necessary eat the best you can
and get euoogh of it.
Cutxcrirma for csr Adnlts one tibls spoonful per
day Children over ten yean, dessert spoonful Children
from five to eight yean, tea spoonful. As no directions
can be applicable to all consitutions, like si'fcctent to
operate cc the bowels ttice a day.
Your ttuly,
D0NSALD KENNEDY
Price $1.00 per bottle,
tho United Btr.te.
For
y every druggist In
sepSldtwiy.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR IN VIGOR ATOB,
An Effective,' Bafa and Economical
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To it original color without dyeing, ind preventing the
Hair from turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And curing It, when there Is tha least partloleof vitality
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
Andallcntaneouiaifegtlons of the Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an uneqaled gloss and brilliancy, making
It silt ana iilky in its texture, ana causing it to curl
readily.
Tha great celebrity and Increasing demand for this un
e inaleii preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial is only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of its
up.riorquali tie. over any other preparation in nae. It
ricaosc th head and scalp from- dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, causing the hair to grow luxuriantly,
giving It a rich, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, snd
alao, where the hair I loosening and thinning, it will give
strength and rigor to the root and restore the growth to
hoae parts which have become bald, causing It to yield a
esh covering of hair.
There are hundred of ladies and gentlemen In New
York who hare had their hair restored by the use of this
Invigorator, when all other preparations bare failed.. L.
M. has in his possession letter innumerable testifying
to the above facia, fran ni rsona of the highest redsecta
blllty. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
nutil the latest period of life; and in case where'the hair
haa already changed Its color, the use of the Invigorator
will with certainty restore It to it to its original hue, giv
ing It a dark, glossy appearance. A l perfume for the
toilet and a Hair Restorative it Is particularly recom
mended, having nn agreeable fragrance; and the great fa
cilities It affords lu dressing the hair, which, when moist
with the Invigorator, can be dressed in any required
form to at to preserve It place, whether plainer In curls;
hence the great demand for It by the ladlea as a standard
toilet article which none ought to be wlthout.o the price
placet it within the reach of all, being ....
Only Twenty-Five Cents
pei bottle, to be had at all respectable Druggist and
Perfumen.
L. MILLEB would call the attentionof Parent and
Guardian to the nae of hit Invigorator, in cases where
the children' hair Incline to be weak. The use of it
lay th foundation tor (foctlAead of hair, as It re
move any impurities that may have become connected
with the acalo. the removal of which I necessary both
for the health of the child, snd the future, appearance of
Its Hair.
Cannon. None gennine without the fae-siml!e LOTUS
MILLER being on the outer wrapper; also, L. MIL
LEE'S HA1H. INYIQ0BAT0K, K. Y., blown in the
Jls
Wholesale Depot, 58 Dey street, and soli by all th
principal Merchant and Druggists throughout the world
Liberal diicoont to purchaser by th quantity.
I alto desire to present to the American Public my '
EZW AND IMFB0VED INSTAHIAaXOlTS
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after years of scientific experimenting, I have
brought to perfection. It dye Black or Brown instantly
wlihoutinjury to the Hair or Skin; warranted the best
article of the kind In existence. -
PRICE, ONLY 60 CENTS.
Depot, 56 Dey St., New York.
oetS8:dAwly.
SUNDRIES,
TSARINA,
TAPIOCO,
Arrow Boot,
Scotch Oat Meil
Split Pea
Chocolate
Broma, do
Sed Prunei
Fresh Tomatoes
X'
Sago
Bice Flour
Pearl Barley
Cracked Wheat
Coco .
Cream Tartar,
Tlgt
Heedless Btllin
Peaches
Green Corn
Fresh Cann'd Prnlt of every description; ' - -Jellies
of ill kinds; . ,
Flavoring Extract of all kinds. ., ,
Own Crop; Mixed Candle;
Almonds, Filberts, Pecon Nuts,
' English Walnuts, Brsr.ll Nut, etc,
now wm. Mcdonald.
E. M'COLLISTER,
Wboloaatia and Retail Dealer In i
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS,
. No. 35 Fifth Street, '
FIT SBUR GH, Pi. .
Ur-wn ctsatantlr on band U the va
rious Hit Alt MS OI ... , , .
Oct. VIHjd -. ! t. t'i .r, X, .."isj ,, l if
mm
MISCELLANEOUS.
-Tor AnaLoaHSTio or LaMaoao. There it a grow
lira kanriantn In thla a( t spptoprial the Boot xpn
siv word of . other language, and after a whll to In
corporate them Into our own; inua us wora uepuauo.
Which tafroas theOrk,slgnifUig "forth head," It
now becomlna popularised In connection with Mr. Spald
ing great headache remedy, bat It will soon to used in
a more general way, and tho word Cephalic will become
aa common a Kieotrotype and many otner wnose dis
tinction as foreign words baa been worn away hy oommon
usage, until they seem "native and to the manor burn."
' 'atdlY BHcd. "
Hi 'ail 'n orrihle 'eadacbs this hafternoou, hand I
stepped Into the napotuccary a, '""pn"1"".
"Can yoo heat m of an 'eadacbtl" 'Dot it hache
1 X1 II t ails. 1 wttr 11 tTSl hi - slain ll tin ATI
tht e gave me a Oephallu Pill, ho 'pop me 'otwr It
cures me o quica inat a amiy.irufcwM - --
ache.
lj Uxtuiriii ti the favorite sign by which nature
makta known any deviation whatever from the natural
tUte or the brain, and, viewed in thlt light, it may be
looked oA ma aaafeauard Intended to live notice of dis
ease which might otherwise escape attention, till too
late to be remedied; and it indications (hould ntver
bo neglected. Ueadach may be clastltted under two
namet, via: Bymptomatlc and Idiopathic Symptomatic
Headache 1 exceedingly common, and I the precursor
of a gnat variety of disease, among which in Apo
plexy, Gout, llbeumatism, and all febrile disease. In
it nervous form It 1 sympathetic of disease of th
atomach, eooatltutlngifcie AeodocAe, ot hepatic disease
constituting bilious headache, of worms, constipation,
and other disorders of the bowels, as well as renal and
nterlr.a anVotlon.. Dlaesae of th heart are very fre
quently attended with headaches; anaemia and plethora
ar alto affection which frequently occasion headache.
Idiopathic headache It alto very common, being usually
distinguished by tne name ox neremte aeuuuvao tunic
time, eomlnv an tuddenlv In a stale of apparently sound
health, and prostrating at one th mental and physical
energies, and in other instances It comet on slowly, her
alded by depression of spirits or acerbity of temper. In
mott Instance the pain is In th front of the bead, over
one or both eye, and sometimes provoxing vomiting;
under this olaaa mav alao be named Neuralaia.
For the treatment of either olaaa of headache the Ce
phalic Pills have been found a ion and safe remedy, re
lieving the most acute pains in a few minute, and, by
It subtle power, eradicating the disease of which head
ache i the unerring Index.
Btidait Miiaua wants von to lend her a box of Ce
phalic Ulue; no, h bottle of Prepared Pill but I'm
tlilnklng that' not just II saltber; but perhaps je'll be
afther knowing what It I. Y sc. she' nigh dead and
got with the Sick Headache, and want torn more of
that eanie-as relatved her rjeiore.
Druaalut You mnst mean Snatdlnt's Cephalic Pill.
Bridget. Och I ime now and you've ted It. Here's
thequsrther, and give the Fills, and don't ce all day
auout it, aimer.
Constipation or CosllYsneis.
No one or the "many Ills that flesh I hair to" la so
prevalent, o little understood, aad so much neglected as
Costivtncss, often originating in carelessness, or seden
tary habits. It is regarded a (light disorder, of to
little consequence to excit anxiety, while in reality it
I the precursor and companion ot many oi tne mosi ia
tnl and dangerous disease, and unless early eradicated,
It will bring the sufferer to an notimely grave. Among
the lighter evil of which Costiveness I the usual atten
dant are Headache, ilolie. Rheumatism. Foul Breath,
Pile, aud otben of like nature, while a long tialn of
frightful diseases, such at Malignant revere, A Orestes
Dvaenterv. Diarrhoea. Dvsoeyaia. Apoplexy. Epilepsy,
Paralysis, Hysteria, Hypochondriasis, Melancholy, and
Insanity, first indicate their presence In the system by
thiilarming symptom. Not unfrcquently the diseases
named oiiginate in Constipation, but take on an Inde
undent existence unless the ciuse it eradicated in an
early stage. From all these consideration!, It follows
that the disorder should receive immediate attention
whenever it occurs, and no person should neglect to get
a box of Ccphalio Pills on the fint appearance of the com
plaint, as their timely use will expel the InslJIous ap
pro ache, of disease, and destroy this dangerous fee to
Human me, ,
A Beat Blasslcg.
J'hvilcian.VfeM. Mrs. Jones, how it that headache?
Jfr. Jones. Gone I Doctor, all gonel the pill you
sent cured mo in jutt twenty mlnutet, and I with you
would send me more, to that I can hare tham handy.
fhyslctan. You can get them at any Druggist. Call
for Cephalic rill, i una tney never iaii, aiia i recom
mend them In all cases of Headache.
Mrs. Jtmcs. I ehall send for a box directly, and shall
tell all my suffering friends, for they are a real otccs
ing.
TwxttTT MiLitocBor Dollar Savin. Mr. 6 ''aiding
has told two million of bottles of hi celebrated Prepar
ed tilue, and it I estimated that each bottle rave at
least ten dol Ian' worth of broken furniture, thus making
an aggregate of twenty millions oi aouart reclaiming
from loui lot ny wis vaiuaoie inveniiou. aaviogmaae
hie Glue a household word, he now procose to do th
world silll greater service by caring all the sohlng head
with bis Cephalic Pills, and If they ai aa good aa his
Glue, tieacacne win soon vanisn away line snow in July
' UpOvrn ixciTtaiNT, and the mental caie and anxie
ty incident to clot attention to business or study, ere
among the numerous causes of Nervous Headache. The
disordered stale of mind and body incident to this dis
tressing complaint, la a faoil blow to all energy and am
bition. Mnfleror by this disorder can aleays obtain
apeedy relief from these distressing attack by using one
of tho Cephalic Pills whenever the (ytnptom appear. It
quiets the overtasked brain, and soothes the strained and
jarring nerve, and relaxes the tension of the itomach
which alwaja accompanies aud aggravate the disordered
condition of Uie bruin.
Pact wo.tti kicowiho. Spalding' Cephalic Pilli are
a certain cure for Sick Headache. Blllou Headache,
Nervr ut Headache-. Oostivenexa, and General Debiiity.
Orrat Ducovutv. Among tho mott important of all
lh great medical discoveries of this age may be consid
ered the system of vaccination for protection from Small
Pox, the Cephalio Pill for relief of Headache, and the
nie of Quinine for the prevention of Fever, either of
which 1 a sure peciftc, who benefits will be experienc
ed by suffering humanity long after their discoverers in
forgotten.
IO Iul pon ever bare the Sick H eadacbs 1 Do yoo
remembtr the throbbing temples, the fevered brow, th
loathing snd disgust at lh dgat of focdV How totally
unlit sou were for "Weston, conversation, or atudjl
On of the Cephalic PHI would have relieved yoo from
all the suffering which you then experienced. For tbi
and other purposes yoo ibould always have s box of
them on band to use at oecasioa requires . . -. .
By the use of the Pills th periodic attacks of Ner
vous or Sick Headache may bs prevented; and If taken
st the commencement of an attack tmmtdlaU relief from
pain and alcknesa will be obtained. ' '
They seldom fall in removing the Nausea and Head
ache to which females ara to subject. ' ; 1 v '
They act gently open th bowels removing Oostlvt-
wet. .,,.; ..(' i" ":
tot Literary Km, Students, Delicate Females,
and all peraons of sedentary habit, thty are valuable
as a Laxative. Improving the appetitt, giving ton ant
vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring the natural
elMUeity and strength of the whoUiyttem. ,
THI CEPHALIC PILLS re the mult of long inves
tigation and carafuUy conducted eiper!m;ti trlsg
beta In as many fear, during which iuae they have
prevented and relieved a vast am oust of pain aad saOet
lng from Headache, whether Originating in tbenereowe
system or froaa a deranged slate of Lbs ttomach, ;
They are entirely Tegetabl In their oompotltlon, and
may be taken at all times with perfect safely Without
making any chant of diet, ond th aottne if any
HmgrteaU tasterendert $ easy to administer them to
RervousHeadache
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children, ' ; '
BBWABE 01 COUNTERFEITS I
The gennine hare Ave lignaturet of Henry 0. Spalding
oa each Box. . .. .
Sold by Druggists tad all ether Dealer m Medietn. ;
A Vox will bs sent by mtlLprepald, on receipt of the
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All orders should be addressed to n 1 1
; ''i.'nEBHI O. SFALDINOy
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STATEMENT 1860-61. 1860-61.
STATEMENT 1860-61. 1860-61. Winter Arrangement---Time Changed
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline with the , ,
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago
HAILKOAD
.
For Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore;
Also tor I'ort Wajne and uiiicafo.
. Connecting at Cleveland with the t
Lake Shore Railroad ,
For Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, Boston and
new xorK.
rilWO VKA1NS DAILY (except Sunday)
X from 0olumbu,l In connection with Train on the
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia Railroad.
FIRST TEAIN.
NIGHT EXPRKSB-Loavea Columbus at 3.35 a. ai
Will leave paasengen at all station, south of Oallloi.
top at Delaware. Ashley, Canlington, Oiiead and stall
stations North of Gaillon, arriving it Cleveland at 9:ii
a. m.. Dunkirk 4:ip. m., Buffalo CKI5 p.m., New York
12:116 p. m., Boston A iJ p. m., Pllttburgh Tin 0 real
line 3:40 a. m., Philadelphia 7:(IO a. m., Chicago via
Grafton 11:00 p. m. Also connecting at Shelby for all
point on the Sandusky, Mansfield Ac Neward Railroad.
SECOND TRAIN.
MAIL AND EXPRESS-Leavee Columbus st 3:00 p.
m., will atop at all ttationt touth of Shelby, mid at Sal
em, New London, Wellington, Orafton aod Beroa, arriv
ing at Cleveland 8:50 p. m.. Dunkirk 3:00 a. tn.. Buffalo
4:33 a.m.. New Yoik 10:00 p. m., Boston 12:20 a. m.,
Pittsburgh via Crestline 2:30 a.m., Philadelphia 500 p.
m., Clilcagoefo Grafton at 10:30 a.m. Also connect at
Shelby for all point on Sandusky, Mansfield At Newark
Utllroad. . ,
Patent Sleoping Cars are ran on all
Bight Trains to Chicago, Sew York
and Boston.
IT Baggage Checked Through to Nen York
and Boston ti& Cleveland, alto to Philadelphia,
New York via Crestline.
. . EETUBNING. ., . i .. i
Night Express arrive st Colombo. it 1.30 a. m. . i
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 1:40 p. m.
. Fare aa Low as by any other Route.
, Ask for ticket ofa Crestline or Cleveland.
I. S. FLINT,
' Super'!, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent, . '
fSmeli Columbus, Ohio.
CENTRAL OHIO R.
BETWEEN
COLUMBUS AND WHEELING.
. This is the Only Route orterinc a
Through Ticket Ac Uaggae Check to
WASHINGTON CITY;
And the only Routs giving to th Patsengert th
vriviUoe ot vUitlna th Cities of
Baltimore, Philadelphia AVIMew Vork,
At the coat of a Ticket to New tort only by ether Line.
TWO TRAINS LEAYB COLUMBUS DAILY
Sundays Excepted.
EXPRESS AT 3:00 a. m., tli.pp.r.g stall Etatlcd
opon signal being given, arriving at Bellalre at 9:50 ;
a., connecting Immediately with trains oa
Tho Ualtlmore Ac Ohio Railroad)
For Baltimore, Wathlngton City and tht Sonth, and FBI
adelphia. New York, boston, and the rut. Also with
tralnion the
PENNSYLVANIA CEN'J RAL,,
via Wheeling Pittsburgh R R., for Pittsburgh, Har
risburgh, Philadelphia, Mew York, Boston and tho Batt.
This train alao ccunecUat Newark with 8. at. At M. K.
R., and at Zanetville with O. W AIH. R. for Lancas
ter, 4te.
HAIL AT 2:40 p. m., stopping at all Station upon sig
nal being given, arriving at Ukuuur at 11:40 p. a., cue
nocting immediately wiui trains on ,
The FJaltlniore V Ohio Uailroad.
for Baltimore, Wathlngton City and the South, and Phil
adelphia, New York, Boaton, and the East. Also with
train on the . , - f
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL,, '
ria Wheeling and Pittsburgh H R., forPItabnnh, Har
risburgh, Philadelphia New York, Boston, and the East
This train also connect ft Zanetville with Q. W. r Z,
R. B., for Lancaster, Aw
TRAVELERS TO THE EAST
FROM ALL WESTERN POINTS,
OAK DiriifD VTOX
Qaick Time and Sure Connections:
Ampu Tims Buna Au-owrtor Mxuj.
SLEEPING CARS on ALL NIGHT TRAINS
Ask for Tickets ia (klumbua aud Wheeling.
for further Information and Through Ticket, apply
toM.L.DOHERTY,TicketAgent,CnionDepot. - '
H. J. JBWETT, Preiident, Zanetville.
JOHN W. BROWN,
novSC , Oeueral Ticket Agent, Columbus.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
RAILROAD.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
TEHITIIN ATHt AT WASHINGTON
aud Baltimore on lh Kast, and Wheeling, Benwood
aud Parkeraborg on th West, at which place It unite
with Railroads, Bttaroere, etc., for and from all points
In the
West, South-west and North-Treat
THREE TEAIKS DAILY
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES
This Is the only route to Wathlngton City.
Putengersby thil rout ean visit Baltimore, Phila
delphia, New Yotk ind Boston, at the cost of a ticket to
Boston alone by other line.
Through tickets to the Eastern dries can be procured
via Wathlngton City at an additional charge of two do-
Susan ko Oari Arracnta to all Nioht Train.
Tims as quick and far as low a via any other
rout.
Inquire for tlctt via Baltimore and Ohio Railroad at -any
of the principal Railroad office In th Weat,
i. 11 SULLIVAN, Oen'l Western Agent,
BiLLAias, Ohio. ,
I.. M. COLB, General Ticket Agent,
W- P. 8U1TU, Master Transportation, :
oct26-tf. . Baltihors, Md,
WHO SHOULD USE
DR. J. BOVEE DOBS'
"VT5X3-KTAI3I-JE , i r r
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS?
All who are afillcted with Incipient Consumption oi
Weak Longs shoold use them.
All who suffer from Weak Stomachs, Indigestion. Dye
pepsla or Piles should use them.
All who luffer from General or Nervous Debility,
Bestlrnness at night, Want of Bleep, Am., should at
them...
All pereon who are convalescent after fever or ether-'
llckoetttbould use them. .: . . .. ,,
Mluisten of th Gospel, Lawyers, Lecturers, and ai ,'
publio speaken should use them. .... . x
Book keepers, and all person! leading aaedutaryllf ,
should use tliem. '
Thesgadand roflnn shoold use them. ' -. )
All who require a stimulant or tonlo should use them.
All who are addicted to th us of ardent spirit and:
wih to Inform, should uis them.
They are made of a pure Sherry Wine, and of th na
tive plants and herbs of the country, aud should bt rt
commended by temperance tooletie, clergjmtu, phai
Clans, and all friends of humanity. r "
They are prepared by an experienced aad tkillful phy
sician, and, Hide from their medicinal propertlea, ar a
moat delightful bereragei and yet, aa a mtdlolne, are a
Innocent and barmlMU the dtwof heaven.., . . , . . . i
Bold by druggists generally.
CHABLU WIDD1TIKLD It CO., Proprittort, '
T8 William MS., Now York.
E0BEET8 & 8AMUEL,"Agenti,
Colatubni,6hlo -
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Agricultural wareiioijsb;
' A.nd Seed Store,
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GENERAL HARD VAREiJ,
. HAILb.dtASS; SASH, PETTY, OOB&AQi; ,
Onni, Pistols, vfooei WUIow tvare,
Uatheraol Banker Belting, Lao Maine, uom i an
Packing.
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New YosrI alaaonaRTt' and cm tint or UAXTresn;
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