..am uinju-v if
Ui ,1 i
7( a- ttj - 1 i
I El A
i"'rii a. as
! m Retnedle are e"nfPWfS,l'lihtoi1rd2
nirrWead knpeoUo ol Prof. HUMPUtts,y,taorder
ssay, rcmedl bx til Um on oommon and ample eU-
-i snow ihil a ml majority of
ibmsss fro- which . suffer and : die, wtre,
. .t ...1 trill nl A BM (Old. ft ID KM QUT-
L rue, t n!a !) aids, or a headache, ot Wnwne", at
ftraTessur cured tod subdued, In time become coimiur
" . .1... danirenrat disenterr. Oroan or other
O'l Jf t-
ue!n these remedies supply a great public win. Being
..; Jrl hud, tlmple, eo you know at oiw 'W k --
: "' ununiio M to mom no reiugTianee tale, tad beno
, , ..MMMtaalnf M risk, whllo Uio eoraUvt effects tr PV"
;JdCuS, thwo taeo, end el IU Pil
eonlLW 0- a- Ijj-J
x dlea for families nod private poi-, btogi"
uae, v aost soanji abb coavuiarr, tmi suet raoart
..'.! "rtiiiEro nd hav been oriflf ,pLT!
nnM In -J okUoo ol ho ooontry, wUh JlmoJ
rimuUoll nod oerUlnty, wid.nnionii our nnndreotoj
: .'-' Z!rZMm iim,f a, that Ihey
t l ..MnKllaMinWoaMoBCrti
vV;!",.-'- 't.'..". ust of
1 BtntPHRiro SPomo hojuopathio iejikdiss
ftio or bwkw
u f 7g,oW Growth, and eebli of Infant. ....iSB
' i-Cure. DUrrhs,of Children or Adult, Cholera
Infantum, and Bummer CompUlnta...
B-Curt Dywontery or Bloody Flux, OoBo,
I , . U - V ttrlptori, BUIom Oolle, fall DjntrT. S
f , troTtlholBr. Cholera Uorbm, kante, 4
. .I-rCura Conubn. Colda, Boamneai, BroDthltto,
v I Oira Toothache, r coach, Nenroa tun,
, Noralila,od Tl Dolorma........... .
. 't-Curei Ueadaohoa. Kc Hadehe, Vertigo,
Buah of Blooa to the HeaU..- " 3
10- Curw Dyopepnl. Weak, Aeld, or Daranged :
Stomach, OonaUiMiilon, U CompUlnt.... 98
11 Cure Suppressed Mensei, " Bctotj, or
IMterbiii. Onm &ntm. no
IMJom Lwieorrhe- or White-, Bearing Down,
i , too rrofao Hern".
. M-Ktarea Uroop. Hnanw Cronpy Ooogm, Difficult and
1. rre Bait Kheum, Crnaty Krnptlona, Erydpe-
bj. Scald Head, Barber'a Itch. .
. 18 Caret Khenmatiam, Pain, Uwiw '
ca In the Oik, Back, Bide, or Urab.
It Cure FoTer aid Affue, Interml
U S'or Sbeumalisui, Ptlu, Immma, or raie
" to the Otm, Back, 8ld, or L'im. SS
it for Forw mi A(CU, Iniermltiont Fcrer,
Dunb Ana Old Inreterate Arun
II Tot Piles, internal or Katernal, Blind or Bleed-
Inc, Recent or Obminate. M
It For OpthsJmy, Weak or InOameil Eyes or Eye-
Bdt, VaUlnir or Weak Slht - M
, ltpor Catarrh, Acute or Chronic, Dry or rioalng.
Ookl in the Head, lnflnenxa. M
9t For WhoojUU((JouRh,alicrttali and palliat
ing U,er patntodio Cough. K
SI For Asthma, Opprened, DlfSailt, Lahoml
Breaiiiiiijs, Cuujli ainl Eiicctcntion. N
ft For Ear DiBOharftes, Kobe la the Unit, 1m-
' paired Hearing, Earache. 50
M-xFor Scrofula, Enlarged Gtandi and Tons!!,
BweUtnga, and Old Ulcer. M
H For QnTl DobUity, Phyiical or .Nervoui
K For Draprv, Ptu!d AoranralatloRt, Tumid SM-
lngt,wlth Scanty Secretion. SO
ttTor - S'.k2e. Pro-nrtln, Vertigo,
- Maaam, Vomiting W
, IT For Urinary Diseases. Gravel, Renal Calculi,
Ikacn ar Painful Irinallcm. CI
It For Beminai Emisaioos, Involuntary !"
ahanea, and Coaaes,aent Prattratlon and D-
ility?. .TTTT. ...iw
O For Sore Month, or Stonutcaoe, Cankered
Moslh of Adult or Children, CO
or Urinary Inoontmenoe, nemng t.ie lieu,
too froqDent, nainfuL or IcaMing Urination. 60
B For Painful Hensea, Preanre, Cramp or
j Bpaana, at tlx Com; or Itching and Irritation ;
B For BulftrlnBS at Channa of Life ; Irreen
larltiea, ruwhea of Uest, Palplutioiii and even
Meat, sf the Heart. 100
4 Came Ywerrty-efrM targe tuls In morocco, and
Book of Mreetioat t" Ot
A Cast of Twenty large TUU, In morocco, and Book
of rraettona 5W
A Cateof Twraty large tul, p)! cue, nd Book
of Diieiilviu. ........-.........-. 4 Of
A Co of rjteea so (No I to IS) and Ecok of
Directions. t Ot
i Caw of any SU soxn (Sot, 1 to 15) and Book of
Dlreerton. , 1 09
A Lam east of t-o. tula, tor PUotert and PhyaV
dan -. 15
OUR REXTD1E3 BT MAIL 03 EXPHUS .
Wt tend these Konellea. by the inlc box or full eate.
to any part of the eoantry, by mail or exprest, fit ot
charge, on receipt of the" price.
m. B. The boxra No 1 to 19 are tm1 trie, K 1C to
31 tare tta, and m malitng on a or 1 case uin matt
be remembered. The rial are uniform In fix, and prict,
and la teadtog for a rial-case, as attention is neceaury cn
Look orer the fist; make op a case of what kind yon
ehoote, and tadote the amount In a current note or rtamnt
by maD. to oar addrett, at 062 Broadway, New-York, and
the Dtdldn will be duly returned by mail or express.
.. TITXaiKABT JIOMIOPATHY. -
HurrjphreTa Bpeeiflo Homemjnthlo Beme
diea for Horses, Cattle, Bheep, Hogs, Dogs, eta
the cam contain! ten ftnecino Remedial tuitablo for all
dbtaseaor Uaents to which domestic tnlmab) are subject,
tovrther with a complete manual of direction for use, to
nialn and thnol that evert fanner or breeder can readily
as theat, Th reroedlw art pat ap In larire one-os. rials ol
of squid, and the entire set, and nook, win Be tola at si
single Tlslt, with directions, at tl sach. Bent by mall or
xpraa, frsa of eharse, on receipt of th pries.
Pilot at book singly 60 cents.
AGENTS WANTED for th sal of oar Remedies Id
every town or commanlty in th united elates. Aaarcai
F. HUMPHREYS & CO.,
66? BROADWAY Btw-Yosx.
Agents In Colombo Ohiot
AatCL, Wholesale and Eetail'Dnig
jrs.94, H. High street.
8. a. SAMUEL At 00., Dra nrittt, PS 8. HJzh srrset.
Bblln,a. W. Xtbsi.
flahtnns, Thos. Young.
London, Ooblasts At Kldeno u. : '
, Wayttt, John Bnlder. '
PJoaeant Valley, Drs.McCune At Case.
Somerford, Gabriel Prngh.
West JeSerton. Jamet Parks.
t Worthlngton, Pra. I oxer At Johasoa and Wot. Bishop.
- UTOtll on th agents for one of tar Monthly Journ
al, grttl, containing much Interesting and valuable In
: forssatlon. . ang 1-dkwly eow.
: kHwoMcrraru m wsuusau sau.su rs
' No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,
LIBERTY AWO BOWiSO,)
V Urgt iswortsMnt f Fleet tad FarnisMnf
Qaodi ContUatly on EAsd1
LOOKING GLASS STORE
. . JOSHUA COW PLAN D,
Maanfactarer and Dealer, No. 58 Booth Voorth Bt.,
Between maract ana wucaumt, ruiuuieipnia.
TtmEKB HI OFFERS AT LOW
VY ils,entnslTTrtetyof Looking Glstees, In
. Gilt, Mahogany and Walnut frame. Lug riwnch Plat
. Mirrors, Plata and Kiohly Ornamented, Gilt and Taney
wa rortranana rictaiw srtme.
1O0ES0 01ASS P1ATU BT TBS BOX,
It packed In lbs Safest manner, sad loss red
I vraaaag. .
' ' ' ' 53 trath rourth Street,
ALSXANDR'B KID GLOVES.
JOINT LAOl COLLARS. -
VALBNOIRNNKS COLLARS t 8LEETEI.
J"' JtMB'D AtUBLIN do . .. do ,
' w . LINEN do s do
'ii ' EOUATI BOSOMS do 1
IWI AfPLI DANDKERCHIirS, GILT BELTS.
EMBROIDERED , , do IIA1R NETS
MOURNINO do . NUBIAS.
HEMMED. STITCHED. do ' BOODR.
GKEN1DINB ft LAC si TIIL8 SLEEVES.
-. .i - LACK OOIIiUltES At BARBEB, OOlisETS
for sal by . , PETER BAIH, ,
diylll. Wa. 89. South High Street.
PLAIN ALL WOOL DE LAlrVES, OJT-
ly M eent a yard, hlch fancy Silks at SO cents
No. 89 South High Street.
'W WINTER DeLAINE8, ' I
Mew 'rle( and very cheat at BAIN'I
mm. - ' - No. W South Iligh street.
, tstl bllKsstiUVUB, Ijt.l-.UJkM-r
.1 J ttold fcmhoeoed Tarlatans, the latest novelty. Plain
' uito and Ool.ired Tsrlatant; Whit Paris AlaslinQren
adine Ereulug Eolwt; l'.fato parly Bllkj. . , ;,
, PHTEB BAIN. .. -
dtcSl No, W South High street.
OF THE CONDITION OF THE.
City Fire Insurance Company
Of New Haven.
ON rilB Sin Dili t ur.i
18 i Uln. "d"orol Obi..rnr.ua lo too
nneo 0ompole. not Incorporated toy ln 8tu of Ohio,
KAMI AND LOUAii"""
Ut Th mm of th Compan J ' 01" ,,w 'S0
rin ConTpanV" nd !ii loctrt t N Uwn Oon-ncelfcnt.
4th. 11 AB9ITB.
1. Cuh of the Company on hand 10,963 OT
g. Cuh In menanaoi u.i
ni muto nnlncovfflorou
731 OS lfl,69t OS
. The Bondi and itocaaowoed by
tha Company poi Toucn
cn accompanying no
cutrd, ana-ma raw i
terrtt tiwnwui to wlt:...
Si-iT-r rulMaraot V..U.. 7,700 00
aim!,, fmm nor iAheilulel
Par Valae tSMtW. Market VaU.
Debudu th Company, tecur
ed by morgage,oo uatoeam--,
bered Kenl IiUte. , pr
7. Debts for premium
8. All other secuntiei cuoi"
of Interest, ioantonc.
Total stsett of the Company...
or not due, to nan
cr oradltors none
ftth. Losses adjusted and one, nono.
7ih. Losses adjostea ana not
8lh. Losses re listed y mevo.,
!tth. Losses In suspense, wlung
for fortner proo
10th. All oilier claims agaioK
ma. lot rt-. am rnn no
. ..it .n.,,1,1,1 nurti in anv
on risk usually not iv
12lh. The greatest amount auoweu ujum
rules to o insuroa in mj? w. .uij,
town or village, not limited
13th. Th greatest amount aiiowea to do
f BOtlOMCWd .10 00000
mhh in mi onm Dim uuiu '
14th . lbs amount ot Its capital or earnings uepoeucu
In any otner a nte, at tecum? u
In, naming them, with the amount In tat h, and
whether such company trantsets any business
of Insuranot Injssia ibom or eaitee, nunc.
15th. Th Charter, or act tl incorpoiaitonot stia torn'
Of New Haven. STATE OF CONNECTICUT.
County of New Haven.
Well Sonlhworth. Prr tident, and Ltvi B. Bradley,
o-r... of th Cit tin Insuianc Compsny.of Mew Ua-
ren, Connecticut, being severally tworn, dtpot and say,
i v.. ih. intmminr la a full, tru ud correct ttstement
f th afiairt of lb said Company that th ttid Insur-
anet Company is Uil oont n 'e owowr n ies ,
ted In Blocks tnd Bonds, cr la Mortgages Keel Estate,
worth double the amount lor w men me asm u mun
i-it,. i ihhova dricrthed InTastmcnts. nor any
nt ihrxr.armade for UMDCaent vf any IbdlvUoal
xercis'ng auuionty in u ii1"""" JT?
otherwise; that th mortgages above described aavt not
been assigned, nor In any maanar release or impairea ey
said Company; and tuai taey ar uibsdot uiwiww vu.-
WELLS SOUTHWORTH President.
LEVI B. BRADLEY, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn belort me. th 81st day of JabB-
JOHN S. GRAVES.
JOHN S. GRAVES. Justice of the Peace.
OFFICE THE AUDITOR OF STATE.
Columbus, O., January 26, 1861.
H-Vrt W. TavUr. Auditor of State, hereby eer-
HrV Umt the fomoine Is a correct cony of the statement
of Coi-rfltias of Iha (Jit Eiiw'Intaranot Oompsny, of
New Haven, Connecticut, stade to this office for the
year IHjl.and now on bit herein.
R. W. TAYLER
Auditor of State.
Certificate of Authority.
[To on the 31st day of January, 1862]
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE.
Columbus, Ohio, January 28, 1861.
Wmnm. Th CITY f IRE INSURANCE COMPA
NY, located at Sew Haven, la the Slat of Connecticut,
hat filed ia this office a sworn itatanmt of its oo edition.
at required by the first section of th set " To regulate
insuranot uompaniet not incorporates, uy m ataie oi
Ohio,'' pitted Apnl 8. lr50; aad Waaaus, said company
kaaluroiaked tha osasnsgaetl ts4eusrte4yvtaenceuian
is possessed of at least on bunarea tnousaua aouart oi
actaal capital krvaated la I looks, or In bonds, or In mort
gages of real estate, worth double th amount for which
th sats is mortgaged; ana, wmrstas, seta company nat
filed In tils office a written Instrument under Its corpo
rative teal, signed by th President and Secretary thtre-
of, authorising any sgenl or agent of tail sompany in
thi State, to acknowiedge service of process, for ar.d In
behalf of said company, consenting that inch terete of
process shall b taken and held to be ss valid at If served
upon the company, according to th laws of thi or any
other Bute, and waiving all claim or right of error, by
reason of such acknowleJgeMat of service.
now, uivrciure, IU uiuuct mi . uiiikvhwi v,
the aforesaid act. L Bobert W . Taylor. Auditor of Bute
for the Buts of Ohio, do hereby certify that said City
fir Insurance Company of New staren, Connecticut, is
authorised to transact the business of lira Insurance
la this Stat uutil the thirty-first day of January,
in the year one thousand sight hundred and sixty
In Witness Whereof, I have htrtunto subscribed my
nam tnd sauted the teal of my otnee to ne
affixed the and abort written.
R. W. TAYLER.
Auditor of State.
J. H. WHEELER, Agent
COLUMBUS, OHIO. No. 31, South High Street.
Jtn29 dlw - '
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
: FAMttV GROCERIES.
No. 103 South High Street.
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
- IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES.
Dal If Arrival f GoeAs
For the Fall and Winter Trade
irj-RETUKNING SIN CERE THANKS
TO THE PUBLIC for past favors sad patron
age, and being DETERMINED to MERIT
aeonUnaaoc of Sams by strict attcatlm te
traele, and presxipt Aellrerf ! Goads
I would call th ttatlce of th public to th fact that
having .t Large sad wtll Melee ted Stack sa
hand, and bring ln'dally receipt of goods from th differ
ent markets, I flatter myself that I caa offer to th dtl-
tens of Columbus, or to any who may desire to pu rclsse,
an astortmcDt of articles appertaining to th GROCERY
trad. UN EQUALED by any bouts In th city.
Th pries and quality of the goods offered, I fasr.
stsatea ta stlTa eatlsfactlan.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
nov27. WM. McDONALD
COAXi AND WOOD!
TBS SUBSCRIBER WILL DELIVERTHB
Of , .
WOOD, SAWED AND SPLIT,
' To any part of tb city for
83,50 PER CORD,
And 4 rest Wood for '
$2,50 PER CORD.
Also th different kind of Coal a low at any other
dealer, and, "rympalhlilog with th public,'1 is now
telling . . .,' , " ," t , ;
ZASISYILIJg 02 MTJ3EIUG17M
COAL FOR 9 CT3., AND
NUT COAL OR DIRT,
' FOR 7 CTS.PER BUSHEL.
YuA and office, lit, South Third Street, near the Sec
ond Presto tri Church.
A. BiELOW, Agent.
Coloubui, Jan.81. . '.. , 1 dim
H f INK MUFISi
VI0T0RINES andCUUS wa ar
eow telling at very low prices, also all other kinds
fanlilonabl furs. . PETA BANS,
decgl. r j xvpoHWisiga n-,.
, JUST RECEIVED BY
W3VI iL GILL,
No. 30 North High Street,
Oat of tht Urgatt and Bast lalottad Ajsjoi t
EVER OFIERED III THIS OITYl
House Builders' Furnishings
Of EVERY STYLE AND QUALITE. J (
FAINTS GROUND IN 011.
and pat ap to half pound cans for family use, ana ury
Paint In balk.
Brushes ol every variety & quality.
A fcpleodid Assortment of
AXES GRINDSTONES, &o.
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, o.
FISHING TACKLE. "
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 ssvaetally invit the attention of all mtenstsd t my
stock of Pocket and Tablt Cutlery, ana
SILVER PLATED FORKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, c.,
of HOQERRS A BRO'S. Maaafactars, warranted to at
txtraheaTy, E'.ectroPlaled.oa genuine Albatta.
Ooaatry Merchant, Mechanic, sad others, sis Invited
to call aad examln my Slock, at I sat prepared to sell
WboVssal aad Batall. WB1. A. GILL..
Columbus, Ohio, stay 8, IWt.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Bqual to Any Other
Far all Fanallf Purposes,
Besides btlng more tiopls, durable, and easily operated.
Call and SMI
O&st, Armory Ball, ovee Bala. Itort.
oct3-dtf 0. T. a'liOWI&Si Agent.
PriTAtt and ooafldtBtUI
HtlFfALO PRIVATE HOSPITAL.
Established for th cur ef SvpkOU, BaMnal Wtakntu,
and kt Bur lnJlrwMUm of Voutk and AiKurify
Cvtpopoia, enrat Dtbilitt, Motor aad dg, to
flrmitUo of limtA, OidAgt, tie.
MO kXROUMT VBID.
Xx. Amos to Son,
Goner of Mainsadlsnay 8U.,BuCaio N. z.
A HE THE ONLY PHYSICIANS IN
XX tli Stats who are members of the Royal College of
Burgeons, London. Msy be consulted from o o'clock 1
th moraine untl t at aleht. la TerT ttatra sad sraptom
of disease. Tb treatment they adopt Is th result of
upwards of thirty yean xtentiv pracuct in urop ana
A MOST SOTBNTirtO INVENTIOl.
An tnstraaent for lbs cars ef Mootarnal JOaltslonl
saoraoroperly known at Seminal Weakness, eto. Caa fee
ptsanntly eared froct tfteea days te twa months by
to as f tills intuumens, wnsn ssoa swuuuiHy wim
VomtJMSff TABS PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. AMOB A SON take pleasure la anaounctng that
they havt Invented a most important Instrument for tb
cur of the shore diseases. It hat beta subjected to t test
by th most eminent physicians In London, Paris, Phila
delphia and Ntw York; it has been declsrad th only use
ful Instrument ever Invented for th tar ef Seminal
Weakness, or any dims caused In to secret habits of
youth. PricttlUby mall or express.
N. B. Dr. AMOS A BON, In order to satisfy th eat
skeptical as to th merits of this Instrument, pledg
thr si selves that to any Instance whr it may prbv an
aatltfactory, tfttr a fair trial, th money will bt refunded
by re taming the irairumtn t 1b good order.
COUNTRY INVALIDS. i
Persons In any part ef th world may he tuonssttnlly
treated by forwarding a correct detail of thtlf east, with
. remittance for medicines. t.
Address Dr. AMOB BUN, comer or Slain ana naay
Sis. Buffalo N. Y-
marl 1-dA wis
Of Cacetrate Ly
TIT A RH AN TED TO MAKE SOAP with-
VI out Iiim, and with very little troubst.
MAKE THEIR OWN SOAP
eat of any kind of rfs areate, eoabtotd with th
It will aiaka hard water toft, will clean type toper!
Hon, and for all purpose whrs a STRONG LYE Is r.
AdHi nnihtnr nan ennal tt
It it put up to 1 ft air tight Iws, at th fall olrsetloM
aceompnylng each package.
TTPTb onlr renulae. original and patented article
Is manufactured by the PIN N A 8 ALT MANUPA0TDR
ING COMPANY, Omo 3Ut ftna. street, Pittsburgh,
Fa., who sua manufactars
Causae Soda for Soap May RcDd Soda Ash,
Soda Ash, .
; Ohlofom 81 Soda,
Bleaching Powder, .
Muriaitt Add, . ,
xtrt Refined Snow-Wblbs Table, Dtlry aad Pack tag
Salt, warranted entirely pur and dry, pat ap la Tariota
packages tnd styles. " '
TTfiut tale by all Druggists and Groom rn the sow
try - . . - Isanrt-wly
mHE 9IOMT SVCCESSrilL PAIN CUB
A L'tt known, Is composed solely ef healing Oils,
Balsams tnd Gums. Actual observation ana in otrtui
sates of respectable persons warrant as In tlallng post
tlrely that . ' )
Kmd't JfafiutU Oil caret BKiumatim;
Brpi'l Magnet Oil wm bH Aftttion;
Kmd'$ MatpuUe Oil cures ttaralaio;
JUtcTt MaintUo Oil owns WoakJoMt;
, Mtel't Mairuti Oil own Uloerattd Hortt;
RtttTt Magtutle OUcmrt iforotm IltadacU
- Jifd'i MuvUo OU ears trmk Womdr,
. Md'tMagmUoOUemrotBtrUtnotf ,
Jimd't MiifMll OU ur I'ain U Oi Saek;
' JitnTt MmnUt OU ear Mtrvon AftctUmi - -xVesd't
AfuinMo (Al our Ajrath A looikack.
for sal by SIMON lOnNSON, Dtttowrrr, Tltlsburgh,
Ps., sols agtntt sold also by B. A. fAHNEBTOOK At
CO., B. a. BEiiiiKKB a ou., ana irgg'l Renmiiy,
ataictf. pet bottle.
. doeltdiiir '
- New 01. Piibllsluss ilease !
H.W Al '
J. H. IULEY & T. 0. BOWLES.
v:t . i if u. a is ' . ' :f4 J. - 1
COLUMBUS, - - - "
- - - ohio, ;
.- . - -7. .1 I ; , , .
, uj-j i KOW FCW.1BB 4 i.. . 1 . - ' -
OHIO ETAITDaVBD BCHOOL BSiUJai
' Th Purest, Blcheet, Best and Cheapest. ' '
SPELLING "AND MALtSIS.
' Br Salesi Town, L. L. D.
Town's Bptllsr and Definer? Toero'i t Analysis.
..." READING. ,
Br 8. (1. Goodeioh, L. L. D. (Potot Parley.)
Goodrich' Now lit Reader. S&SZltS l2d
Goodrlcft New &d Se- ,Ng,SH'1h1
Goodrioh't Mow 3d Reader. Goodrich's Ntw Ota teaa.r.
Vuf an a dsoWerf mprovmmton aSlMalJ hart
."?. J. W. tioott, D. D., lot of Miami Utt
wtrwifv, Ohio. . '' n
MATHEMATICS. . "
Gretnleart National Arithmetic.
... OreenUeTs Traati on Algebra.
- : Gresnlaf'SllmatBOl Geomatry.
Standard and lmperlt habit works of their Mnd; the
richest and most comprehensive.. as a terles, that h
appeared la theirrrentnlneteth century. Frof.rtr
ty, of DarmmtK (Mil-
' ; Br S p. Cosnell.
Ooroell't 'first Stops irJ Ooography, Prettily Illustrated.
Comsll'l Primaiy Geography. Beautifully Illustrated,
Comell't Intermediate Geography, with New Map.
Ooraell't flrammar-Bchool Geography, 1 vol. quarto.
Cornell's Iligh Bchool Goography Atlas.
- Math npsrlorto sny othsr Gsographles with which
I am aualntsd." sstoa twnyfA, Suprinltnr
Br D. B. Tower, A. M., and B. FTweed, A. M.
Tower and Twssd's Elements of Grammar.
Tower and Tweed's Coma on School Grammar.
Tower and Tweed' Grammar of Composition.
" Town's Common School Grammar will fill a position
absolutely demanded by th Educational wants of th
country.' B. O. VrttmmbavQK, Vaytc Btgh ScAoot.
CUTTER'S PHYSIOLOGICAL WORKS.
Br Benjamin Gseenleaf, A. M.
Jbr IHtOritl ScAcoU.
OreenleaTs Nsw Prlaatr Arithmetic.
Greealeaf't Intellectual Arithmetic.
Greenlear Common Behool Arithmetlo .
lor Blgh BcXooU and Acadmtei.
Virtt Lesson la Fhyslalogy. IllMtnM, 18 sao. -Asatamy
and Physiology, Illustrated, 18 mo.
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sept. U. woes -rrr faWlsaar. Cslossbos Ohio.
'-! RETOMintTrDED BT ' TBI LATE '
SIR ASTLEY COOPER,
or toNDotr, aitd
DE. VALENTINE MOTT
or wrw roast. -
The acfcno-wlodgod Heads of the Protection ta tithes
Tb beet Dinretio, Tonio, and Invitrorant. Tb
noeet Extract of the ITAXJAN JUNTPHa
BSBBY. The Purest and Most Coetlv Gin z-
INDISPENSABLE TO FEMALES,
iuvii ll A pi c t ruir cimt
iiiintvnui v i ni. ivif
INCOMPARABLE FOR THE AGED.
THE SAFEST AND HOST
DELICIOUS BEVERAGE IN THE WORLD.
For Bala, Pints aod Quarts, by ever
uniggst, wooer, or uountry ueronanc.
, 1001 0TJT FOB B00UI
,. THB ONLY OErTTJINB AJITICLB IS
CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN.
B. BALDWIN & CO.,
: - Importers, 91 Liberty St.,
Sold In Columbus oy
McKIB A KESTIBATJX,
Wholesale and Ratal 1 Qrooers, Statesman Building,
; , i (,L WAGNER, and olhem.
In Cincinnati, by 8UXBB, ECKSTEIN A CO.,
o3t-do4Alyw - andotberr,
JUST RECEIVED '
CO oaset Itsllso Oil, Barton A Co., for table ase.
Ill " Vrtnch Mustard, favorite brands:
' S " Boned Sardines, th BEST Sardines lmp'td
4 " of caper an Olivet.
6 Tabl Sauce " "Lea A Prrln't Worcester
shire." "Boyer's Sultana," "John Bull,"
"Harvey," "Heading." :
10 ' Wslnot aad Tomato Catsup. ' -
' Ttdag. Ovos A Bltckwtll's eetebrtted Xnglish
y les let, oonsliting of usunnower." "rh
- ' : twittl." CnoiMhow." "Walnut." "On
Ion," Cabbage,' "Beam," "Gherk't"
60 " London Porter.
IOO Campbell's oelebrated Scotch Ale. .
6 cases Ginger Preserves. "- a
O boxes Italian Maoaronl.and Vermacllla.
'8 rrott Oox't Geltttne. -
Coleman's oelebrated English Mustard, In kegi, boxes,
cans ana eottl.
no27 WM. McDONALD.
TTTE WISH TO CALL THE , ATTEN-
ITtleaet ! ;
' 1 ' ..' e ont assxntTVJorr or
Watches, Tools 'i and Materials
Imported directly from the Manufactories of England
and Swltterlaud, and which wt vBll tell as low, if not
lower, than any other Importing house In th United
: L. lESQTJERBTJX A SONg.
71 B. High St., Columbus, 0.
detlt-dl '. Si MaWenLan. New York.
DOYLE & CO.
- ;i ManofMtorcri aud Wholewle Dealeri In
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Soctbeait Corner of High and Gat SU.,', .'.
- ? ' zero, oo, j u :',-.
"A hut stock of f toe and Staple Goods on hand."
yai-dtf - - ' -- '
nEAHL STARCH. ,
L 1.5W lbs. Madison. Watt A Co's pure, unchemt-
ealed Paul Starch, a superior article, received la (tore,
4or lbr MaKM MEBTIEAUI, -
veetiU ..v M ttotetmtAuildinf..-,,
MS,. S,Eii,l,KtV J , v - -hat
discovered In ont of our common ptttnro wow
a remedy that cures 1 -
Every Kind of Humor,
Tht wont Borofnlt down to a eommon Pimplo,
He hat triad it to over loven Bnndr4 ease, and ney
sr failed except In two oases, (both thunder humor, j sic
has now la his possession over on hundred certlOcstet of
It relne, all wltnin twenty muos oi ouiii. , ,
Tw bottlut ar warranieu w
On to thre bottles will cure Uie worttklna of Pimple
on tht face. . , . . . ' . ...
T0 or three bOtll l" wear aysian n
Two bottles ar warranted to our the worst oanaof Id
the mouth or stomach - '
Three to five bottle are warranted to our the worst
kind of Erysipelas. , .
One to two bottle ar warranieu iu tun si""
Two bottles art warranted to cure running (he ears
and blotches among the hair.
four to tix botlet are warrantee, to ours cutu
running ulcem. ,v..v,,:-
Two or three bottle are warranted to cur tb worst
kind of ringworm. . .
Twa or thre bottles are warranted to cur the most
desperate cue of '..,..
five to eight botllet will euro the wont case of tcro.
A benefit Is always experienoeo irom m.
a perfect cur I warranted when the above quantity Is
taken. nnvnmv man
ti... u.n.. Tha mnuiatlon of tli Medical Dll
ooyry. In curing all kinds of humort, Is to well Mtnr-
liahed by th unanimou voic oi -u
i .i... 1 -a r.i m .nvlhin. on Uie sul'iect, tl the
mott skillful physlclant and the moit careful Druggist in
th country ar unanimous in ,
In prenaUiig IDS meaicai iwhw " ; -
u -iih . full knowledge of Its curative power, in r-
liering all, and curing most of thos diseases to which
von am unfortunately to liable. That mott excruciating
disease to tn affectionate mother,
NURSING SORE ITIOC'IH
It cured at If by s miracle; your own temper It restored
i .,.,Hi.M.tT,ra. ,mi vnnr habe from short and
fretful napt to calm tnd tweet slumbers; and the Medic!
Discovery becomes a lountam oi du siiuh w
In the more advanced stages oi
C A N K E .
which Is nothlDg but canker on th stomach; than to the
iniesunes auu KIDNEYS
creating a sicking, gone feeling, and an Indifference erts
to the caret tr your itmiiy.
Your ttomach it
RAW AND INFLAMED
mh. rvwt 4i.tr..M von. and von can only take certain
the nourishment It contains, tl the acrlmonons flnld of
the canker eatt Itnm tlien your complexion loses ilti
bloom and becomes tallow and greeninh.tnd your belt
ii.ri. ann v.n n, 1 1, a c vim r v vr 111 nun mi m, uo.
day It gone, for want of nourishment your tjriiem ov
innm .,,,1 lUUiv. ar.d the fibres of your body be
com relaxed Then follow I train of diseases which lb
Medical Discovery is peculiarly tuApteu to
PainituHon of the heart, naln In the title, weaknefs o
the spine and mull of the back, pain of the hip Joint
when you retire, irregularity of Uie bowels, and also,
that most excruciating oi aiseases, u
now mini thousand of noor worsen are suffering from
this disc tie tnd pining tway a miserable life, and their
next door nelthbor does not know the cause. I wish te
unnreas on vour mind that good old proverb, "An ounce
oi prevention is twucr uiau puuiju v. m.
rri" . . . ... j .. " r. ih.
yon hare both tts preventative and the core, with tlia
great ana gooa quality, uiat it win never, uuuvr a?y
Circumstances, do yen any Injury. v
THE MEDICAL DISCOVERY
ta etnedaly Intended for disease of the blood, but tines
Its introduction In the Western States, it Is found to be
thatwa ever before the nubile.
No change otdlet ever necessary cat the best yon can
and get enough of It.
SiasrrrioM roa ess Adults one table spoonful per
day Children over ten years, dessert spoonful Children
fmm five to eirht vears. teasnoonfal. Al no directions
can be applicable to all consitutlont, take sufficient to
pent on tne noweit twice a uay.
- - - D0NNALD KENNEDY.
Price 1 1.00 per bottle,
the United Btatei. -
y every druggist to
PROF. I. MILLER'S
An Effective, Safe and Economical
; 2 ; : V Compound, : v
FOR RE3TORINO GRAY HAIR
To IU original color without dyeing, and preventing the
Hair from turning gray.
1 FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
AndcuriDg It, when there Is the least particle of vitality
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUFF
And all cutaneous affectlont of the Scalp.
- . FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an uneqaled gloss snd brll liancy, mak ing
it soft and silky In Its texture, and causing It to curl
lb great celebrity and Increasing demand for thli no
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor that one
trial it only necessary to satisfy a discerning public of its
superior qualities over any other preparation in ase. It
sieanaee lbs bead and scalp from dandruff and other
cutaneous diseases, canting the htir to grow luxuriantly,
giving It a rich, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, and
also, where the hair it looseniugand thinning, it will givt
strength and vigor to Uie roots aod restore the growth to
hose pari which bar become bald, causing It to yield a
resh covering of hair. I . .
There are hundreds of ladies tnd gentlemen in New
York who nave had Iheir hair restored by the use of thil
Invlgorator, when all other preparations nave failed. L,
M, bat in his possession lettera innumerable testifying
to the above ftctt. from persons of the highest redsccta
bllity. It will effectually prevent the hair from turning
until the latest period of lift; tnd In cases where'the hair
baa already changed its color, the use of (lie Invlgorator
will with certainly restore it to It to Its original hue, giv
ing it a dark, glossy appearance. At a perfume for the
toilet and a Hair Restorative it It particularly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and the great fa
cilities ltsffordsln dressing the bair, which, wbea moist
with the Invlgorator, can be dressed In any required
form to at lopreserv Us place, whether plainer In curls;
hence the great demand for it by the ladies a, a standard
toiletartlcle which none ought lo be without,! the price
places it within th reach of all, being
Only Twenty-Five Cents ;
per bottle, to be bad at all respectable Druggifti and
- 1. MILLER would eall tha attention of Parent) and
Guardians to the use of his Invlgorator, In csset where
the children'! hair Incline! to he weak. The use of It
toy th foundation for good head of hair, ss It re
moves any impurities that may have become connected
with the tcslp, tht removal of which Is necessary both
for the Health of the child, and the future appearance of
Its Hair, . .
OicnoK. None genuine without the fae-ilmile L0TJI8
MILLER being on the outer wrapper; also, L. MIL
LER't HAIR INVIQOBATOR, N. Y., blown, In the
Wholesale Depot, 58 Dey street, and soil by all the
principal Merchants and Druggists throughout the world
Liberal discount to purchaser! by the quantity. : . "
I also desire to present to the American Pnhtlo my -.
VXW ,; AsTB IMPROVED EJSTAJTAJfEOUS
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after years of ecientlfle experimenting, I have
brought to perfection. It dies Black or Brown instantly
wlihoutlnjury to the Bair or Skin; warranted the best
article of the kind lo exist ance. . ,
PRICE, ONLY 60 CENTS. !
Depot, 56 Dey St., New York.
oetSMAwly. ' , .v. ' ::' , f
. - : . SUNDBIESe
"CABIN At .
Scotch Oat Moil
Broma, eto. .
Rice Flour ,
. Cracked Wheat
Coco - -
' Cream Tartar)
Pigs . .
' Pesohet - - - '
Green Corn - AV
fresh Cain'd frails of every description "
Jellies or an kinds; v .
' flavoring Extracts of all klrls. 1 '
' Gaa Drapt; Mixed Oandiet; ' 1
' Almonds, filberts, Pecon Nuts,
' English Walnats, Brsill Nuts.elc, 1
' Bo37 WM. McD0IALD.
Wbolesale and Retail Dealer In ',
,' No. 85 Fifth .Street,' !'' Z.
Keen aastaatlw oa tiawA all tht Ta-
' ' naaa ssaaAnasa t
MISCE-.LANEO US. -
STSSimi. i......n.-Ti,,i... I
in. ihi. to annronrlate the most xpret-1
which a from the Greek, tignlfjlng "for uie neau,'-it
now becoming popularised in connection wiui r. eim
Ing'l great headache remedy, but It will toon be used In
a mora general way, ana tn wora urpuauo win nw.
tt common ns Electrotype ana many otnen wnos uis-
Unction ss torsign woras lis neen worn away ny common
uttg, nntu tney ttsm rntuvt ana to til manor iwm.
n i '.a i. nnti.ia 'cadachs Oils bafternoon. hand I
.nn.i ir,t tha h.nothf can't, hand tayt hi to the man.
m.n . hsasa mt of an 'eauachei" ."Does It bach
i.ilif . Ia ilR.vivMliUnfflV.1
ays mi i amiiu epuo
that 'e save me aOephallo Pill, band 'pop mi i onw u
oured me to quick that 1 'rdly.realitea 1 ta tana caa-
sclia,. -j. . .,, .
'tt- rr....n. i. h. r.vniiia aisn hv which nature
ll ar S-B Baas vaaa net tor -n , .
msk.s known sny deviation whatever from th natural
.1.1. r ll,. hnin. and. viewed in thi lliilit. It may be
iMi..ii n .Mfnvnam intsnaeu to sir notics ui ui.-
eu which might otherwise escape attention, till to
late to be remedied; and it indications should never
be neglected. Headaebea may be olslna under two
name, vis: Bymniotnaiiu auu juiummuv. -jj r
Headache It exceedingly common, and la tha pieoursor
of a gnat variety of diseases, among which are Apo-
ilexy, UOUt, Itueuman,, i
.. lam, it ta avmnaihello of disease of the
stomach, constituting tick kmidaoko, of herall disease
constituting biliout MtaUaeAo, of worms, rsnslipatlon.
and other disorders of tht bowels, a wall at renal and
....i.. air,iinn.. niacasMofth heart ar very ire-
.i,.nri.i wlih hmituilies: anaemia and plethora
are also affectlont which frequently eocaeion heauaone.
Idiopathic headache u also very common, being usually
distinguished by the nsm of fl-TfOUS kadacM some
tlmes coming oa suddenly In a Itat of apirently sound
i,..nh .nii nriiaintlneatono lbs mental and physical
energies, tnd In other Instance it come on loWly, ber
.1.1..1 h. riannaalon of iDirils or acerbity of lemiwr. In
mott Inttaneet the pain it in tht front of the head, over
. knil. a.m. and sometimes provos i"a iihuhiiw,
. .1.1. .1... .Iw hn named MtWaUlia,
UUUDl ,11.. VIM.. M.. - - .
v.. ih. inimni of either cisasot headache th Ce
phalic Pill have been found a sure and tafe remedy, re
lieving tha most aeuti paint In a few minutes, and, by
lit subtle nower. eradicating the dlieitet of which head-
acne it tne unerring inu.a .
Brifatt Mlnni wantt you to tend her a box of Ce-
phtllc Glue; to, a bottle of f',-'"'
tlilnkine thtt's not just It nalther; but perhaps je'll be
.rik.. i.-in sht It la. Ye see she nigh dead and
gone with the bick netaarno, auu warns sums
that tame at relalved her before. '
Drvggltt You most mean epataing t urpnaiis riu.
' ul,.i 1k)i t aura now and vou've sej it Here's
the qusrther, and give the Pills, end don't to all dsy
about it, tttner.
. . Conttipttion or Costlveoeii. , .
Vnnnanf ! manv Ills that flesh ll hair to" It SO
prevalent, so little understood, and so much neglected as
Costtveness, oiten originating iu caroicaaiic.,, u, .,.v..
i.rw Yi.iiita. ri la reirardsdaa a ilislit disorder, of to
little conseqnenct ft excite tnxlety, while In reality it
It the precursor tnd companion oi many oi mt uu
i.i .ml dan.eraus diseases, and unless early eradicated,
it will bring the sufferer to an untimely grave. Among
the lighter evils of which Coslivenets It tut ususl atten
H.t linadaidi. Calk. Khuumatitnj. Foul Breath,
Piles, andotlien of like nature, while a long train of
frightful diseases, iuch as Malignant invert, APressri,
nu..niurv. ntarrhcoa. Dvanevsla. AooDltxy. Kpilepsy,
Paralysis, Hysteria, liypoononariatu. aioinutnuij, suu
In.anliv. fliat Indicate their presenoe in tire syatciu uj
iio...i.rminir avmutom. Mot unlreautnlly the diseases
named original In Constipation, but take on an lode
n,i.ni .vl.tnr. nnleaa tlia cause It eradicated In an
aar!tiLe. tnu all these considerations. It follows
that Die disorder should receive Immediate attention
whenever It occurs, and no person should neglect to get
a box or Cephalic Pills ou the first appearance of ilie com-1
plaint, a their timely nse will expel the Insidious ap
proaches of disease, and destroy this tlaugerout fee to
human uie. I
A Betl Blessing, " j
PAyrfrtVrn. Well, Mrs. Jones, how t thitt headache?
irt. Jontt. Gone I Doctor, all gonel the pill you
tent cured me in Just twenty minutes, and I wish you
would send me more, so that I can have them handy.
. rhytlakm. You caa get .hematany Druggists. Call
for Cephalic Pills. I find they never fall, and I recom
mend them In all cases of Headache. I
Mrt. Jonct.l shall tend for a box directly, and shall
tell all my suffering friends, for tney are a reat
TwtaTV MiLLioRtor Dollaii Bavxe Mr. Spalding
bat told two millions of bottle of bit celebrated Prepar
ed Glue, and Iti estimated that each bottle tavet at
least ten dollars' worth of broken furniture, thus making
an aggregate of twenty milltont of dollars reclaiming
from total lost by thil valuable invention. Having made
his Glue a household word, he now proposes lo do the
world still greater service by curing all the telling heads
with bis Cephalic Fills, tnd If they are tt good as his
Glue, Ueacachet will loon vanish away Eke mow lb July.
TTPOvaX txciTtaiMT. and the mental can and anile.
ty incident to close atteution to business or ttudy, ire
amons tht numerous rausei of Nervout Headache. The
disordered state of mind and body incident tothisdis
tressine complaint, lit fatal blow to all energy tnd tm
billon, buflerere bs this disorder can always obtain
speedy relief from these distressing attacks by using one
of the Cephalic Pills whenever the symptoms appear. It
quiet the overtasked brain, and soothes the strained and
Jarring nerves, tnd relaxes the tension of the stomach
which alwayt accompanies and aggravate! the disordered
condition of the brain. , . , . ' '
Facts woxtb snow imo. Spalding's Cephalic Pills art
a certain cure for fick Headache. Bilious ueaatcne,
NerVf us Headache, Costlrtness, and General Debility,
Cheat Discovxar. Among the most important of ill
Uie great medical discoveries of this age msy be consid
ered the system of vaccination for protection from Small
Pox, the Cephalic Pill for relief of Headache, and the
nte of Quinine for the prevention of fevers, either of
wnicn is a sure speciuc, wnost nenentt win ne experienc
ed by suffering humanity long after their discoverers are
rorgotteu. . . , ... ., y i
'- ITT'DId you ever have the Sick tleadachet Do you
remember the throbbing temples, th fevered brow, the
loathing and disgust at the tlgnt of foedf How totally
unfit you were for pleasure, conversation, or stud,?
One of the Oenhilio Pills would have relieved you from
all the aufferine which vou then experienced, for this
tnd otbtr purposes you should aiwsyt have box of
tnea on band to use it occasion require!
By the ate of these Pills the periodic attack! of JITer"
tout or BUJc Btadach may bt prevented; and It taken
at the commencement of as attack Immediate relief from
pain and sickness will be obtained. ' " . " .. , -
They seldom fail Id removing th Xautta and Head-
acht to which femalei are so tuhject. '
They act gently upon tht bowels removing OotUtt-
for . Uttrary Men,. Student, Delicate fomalei ,
and all person! of eedenfary AaW, they are valuable
u a laaalive. Improving the appetlt, giving ton and
ngor to the digestive organs, and restoring the natural
elasticity and strength of the whole system. .
' THI CEFIULI0 PILLS s re the result of long lnres
ligation and carefully oondncted exprlmnls, having
beet tn nse tuny years, during which time they hare
prevented and relieved a rait amount of pain and suffer
ing from neadache, whether originating in the nervous
system or from a deranged state of tb tt otnach. -'
They ar entirely vegetable In their composition, and
may be taken at all time with perfect safety wlthwt
making any change of diet, ond He o Jsenc of my
dlMgreeaolt latte renders it ay to aamtnutor them to
, BWABE0f CptTNTERPinSI ,
Tb gtmuine have fire tlgnatarei of Henry 0. Spalding
oneacbBox' rf 1 'J' ' , i ; .
Bold by Pmggbiii and all othor Dealeri In Medlolnet.
A Box will bs sent by malKprepsid, on receipt of the
, rrioo, qo ooxxto.
All orden should bt addressed to
...... HENHV C SPALDING, ,
both 48 Cedar street, New TerA.
: 45? CURE
COLUMBUS, OHIO. No. 31, South High Street. 1860-61 1860-61
COLUMBUS, OHIO. No. 31, South High Street. 1860-61 1860-61 Winter Arrangement.---Time Changed.
COLUMBUS, OHIO. No. 31, South High Street. 1860-61 1860-61 Winter Arrangement.---Time Changed. Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati
Connecting at Crestline with the
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago
Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore;
' Also for Fort Wayne and Chicago.
Connecting at Cleveland with the '
Laka Shoro EuJlroad
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, Bolton tnd
: i, ..... . ; , New York. . ...
TWO TRAINS DAILY (except Sunday)
Irom Columbus, to conneotlon with Trains on tb
Little Miami A Columbni ft Xenla Railroads.
FIHBT THAIS. .. .
NlOnT EXPRESS Leave Oolnmhn. . tl . m
Will leave passengers tt all at.tin,.. .i. .i.m
atop at Delaware. Ashley, Oardlngton, Gilead tnd at all
stations North of aalllon, arriving at Olsveland at 9ii0
s. auun. -..w y. "... uHuaiu u:u p. m.. Slew York
io us n. m.. Boston 4:3.1 D. m.. Piti.kM.k n .
nu 3 40 a. m., Philadelphia 7:00 a. ., Ohlcago eiVi
Grafton 11:00 p. m. Also connecting at Shelbyfor ail
point on tht bandusky, Mansfield A Noward Railroad.
MAIL AND ESPREB8 Leaves Columbus it 1:00 p.
i., will stop at til stations south of Bhtlby, tnd at SaT
n, New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea. arriv
ing at Cleveland 8:Mlp, m.. Dunkirk 3:01) a. m., Buffalo
t s.m.. Ntw York 10:110 p, m., Boston 19:80 a. m.,
PHUbuigh via Oreitllnt il.30s. m.( Phllalelphla t'UO p.
m., Chicago etoGrsfton at 10:30 a. m. Also oonnecttkt
Shelby for all points on Sandutky, Mansfield A Newark
Patent Sleeping Can are run on all
Night Trains to Chicago, New York
ID" Baggag Chrekcd Through to New York
and Button vih CUtxland, alto to Philadelphia,
new ror pit urtunne.
,. ht --, .rrlTM Cnlmh.
Cincinnati Exprest arrive. t Columbni at 1:40 p. m.
Fare as Low as by any other Route.
Ask for tickets eto Creitliat or Cleveland.
I. S. f LINT,
. . Pnper't, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON. AirenL
JunelS Columbus, Ohio,
CENTRAL OHIO R.
COLUMBUS AND WHEELING.
This ii the Only Route offering a
TbrouKli Ticket dt UaKtTMffe Cltcch to
WASHINGTON CITY ,
.dnxi th only Bout giving lo Ih Fatttngtrt th
rrlvUegt of itUtng th Oititt of
llultituare, Pliiludolpliladk New York,
At the cost of a Ticket to A'sio lor only by other Lines.
TWO TRAINS LEAVS COLUMBUt DAILY
. SlNParE ExutrTED.
EXPRESS AT 3:00 a. m,, Hopping atall Statloni
apoa signal being given, arriving at Bellalre at 0:SU a
m., connecting tmniediately with trains on
Tlia ualtlniore tc om Railroad
for Baltimore, Washington City and th South, and Phi
adelphia. New York, Boston, and th last. Alto with
trains on tne
via Wheeling A Plttsl.urgh R It., for Pittsburgh, liar.
riirnurgh, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
This train also connects at newark witn o. m. a n . n.
R.. and at Zaneiville with C. W A Z. B. R. for Lancas
ter, Ace. . . . ,
MAIL AT 3:40 p. m., stopping at all Station! upon sig
nal being giveu, arriving at lliiun at 0:40 p. ni., con
ntcting Immedlttely with traini on
The Baltimore v onto Railroad
for Baltimore, Washington City and the Booth, snd Phil
adelphia, New York, Bo.tloa, and the Eatt. Alto with
train on the - ' - -' -
ria Wheeling and Pittsburgh 11. R., for Plttsbunh, Har
rlsburgh, Philadelphia. New York, Boston, and the Eatt.
Thit train also connect at Zaneiville with 0. W. A Z.
R. R., for Lancaster, Ao
TRAVELERS TO THE EAST
FROM ALL WESTERN POINTS,
CAN DEPEND irroN
Quick Time and Sure Connections:
' AttPLS Tors BstNO AiiLowuroa Maais.
SLEEPING CARS on ALL NIGHT TRAINS
Auk for Tickets via Cclumbus and Wheeling.
for further Information and Through Ticket!, apply
to M. L. DOHKRTY.TrCket Agent, Union Depot.
11. J. JEWETT, President, Zanesvllle.
JOHN W. BR0WM,
novSO General Ticket Agent, Columbni.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE.
TERrfIINA'1'E.i AT WASHINGTON
and Daltimoreon the East, and Wheeling, Benwood
and Parkersburg on Hit West, at which places It unite
with Kailroadi, BUimen, Ac, for and from all polnta
West, Sonth-weat and Narth-teeet
THREE TRAIN3 DAILY
FOR ALU THE EASTERN CITIES.
This It the only route to Washington City.
Passengen by thit route can visit Baltimore, Phlla
delphia. New Yolk snd Boston, at tht oott of a ticket to
Boston alone by other lines.
Through tickets to the Eastern cities can be procured
via Washington Oily at an additional charge of two dol
lars. SLCTnue Cabs Attach en to all Niort Trams.
Tim a quick and far atloio at via any other
Inquire for ticket vlt Baltimore and Ohio Rsllroad at
any of the principal Railroad offices In the West,
J. 11 bULLIVAN, Gen'l Western Agent, ,
' Btututx, Ohio.
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent,
W. P. SMITH, Masltr Transportation,
octSOHf, BALTUaokS, Md.
WHO SHOULD USE
J. DOVEE D0DS'
IMPERIAL WINE BITTERS'.
All who are afflicted with Incipient Consumption or
Weak Longs should use them. .
All who suffer from Weak Stomachs, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia or Piles should use them. .
All who suffer fiom General or Nervoui Debility,
Restlessness at night, Want of Bleep, Ac., should use
them. . i j .
- All persons who are convalescent after, fever or other
sickness should use them. -
- Ministers of tht Gosptl, Lawyers, Lecturer, and al
public speakers should uie them.
Book keepers, and all persons leading I sedentary llf
should use them. ,
The tged tnd roflrm should use them. '
: All who require a stimulant or toolo thenld nse them.
All who are addicted to the use of ardent spirits and
wish to Inform, should us them.
They ar made of a pure Sherry Wine, and ef the na
tive plant and herbs of the country, and should bt re
commended by temperance societies, cltrgymen, physi
cians, and all friend! of humanity.
. I hty are prepared by an experienced and skillful phy
sician, and, aside from their medicinal properties, are a
most delightful beverage; and yet, a a medicine, are as
Innocent and harmlest as the dews of heaven. .
Sold by druggists generally. " '
CEA&LB8 WISDlTIXXIi CO., Proprietors,
. . ) ; .' T8 William St., New York.
E0 BEETS ft SAMUEL, Agents,
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TrVllllClMa. A '' O-lll
COLC1TIUUN, OHIO) '
.I . And Seed Store,
... f. . DEALER W i : -.
. KAILS, GLASS, SASH, PUTTY, 00BDAQI,
Qnne, Flaiaii, WeeddcWlUew Warer
Leather and Rubber Belling, Lac Leather, Bote and
JOSH H WHKKI.tVB,
Mahattah, gnumiTT, and Irtin f tai las. Oo.'
Ntw Yoaat Wsichaiits' and Cm f uti or IIasttosb
Nsw YoaE Lira and 0on. Motcai Lin. ,
Office, 81 lUlfc aTte' HI
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