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WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia 3 RAILROADS. For Cincinnati, laj-on.IUchmnl, " IndlnnapolU nntl Chicago. t -Wllkont Change Cars to Dayton and . itichmond, and anly one Change) . . of Car to tit. Louia, Indiana , , apolia and Chicago. On inil after Monday, Nor. 16, 1863, Train will nun louowi! FOUR TRAINS DAhTfROW COLUfflBUS. ' (Sunday! excepted.) . , .. . . ., " FIRST TRACT." " CINCINNATI, DAYTON, RICHMOND AND ! A. M., stopping at lionaon, Aoma, liayion, siin dletown and Hamilton, arriving at Cincinnati at A. M.i Richmond. t:36 A. Jl.; Indianapolis. ;10 A. M.j Chicago, V. M. HECOND TRAIN.' ' ' . CINCINNATI. RICHMOND,- INDIANAPOLIS AND CHlCAGd TIUIN-Leav.. t 6:30 A. M., topping at all stations on the L. M. L. i. A. It. R., connecting with the train on the Marietta 4 Cincin nati K. K. for Hillsboro, Chillioothe and Marietta, arriving at Cincinnati at 10:56 A. M.: at Dayton, 8:36 A. M.i "topping at all stations on the Dayton A West ern Railroad, arriving at Richmond at 10:31 A. M.i Indianapolis, 135 P. M.i Chicago, 8:35 P. M. J3TN. B. This train la the quickest from Columbus to Chicago; time occupied beliiR 10 hours, which is three hours quicker tlian by any other Kallroad route. ' ' THIRD TRAIN. CINCINNATI, UAITUS. KHJIlJiUii" an" INDIANAPOLIS DAY KXl'RES-Leeves at ,1:40 CineinnaU at :35 r. Jl.; uaywn at : r. icu .nt.J u . m P. M InJ uisdoIu at 10:10 P. M.. and Chicago, K.-00 A. M. FOURTH TRAIN. MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leave at 945 P. M stopping at all stations on the L. M. A C. A X. R.R., except Clavuville, rort Ancient, Branch Hill, MiamUville and Plainville, arriving at Cincinnati at f:S0A. M. ... . . - J M stopping at London, vnanesion, icuarviuo, tenia, 8priu Valley, Corwin. Fort Anoient, Mor row, South Lebanon, Foster's, Loveland, tamp 1i.tniu. Milfoni end Engine House; arriving at Bleeping: Cam on IIg;ht Train. V B. Tor further information apply at the Co lumbus Union Depot Ticket Office of M. I 1MII KITTY, . Ticket Agent. T. IXL'CJII, Agent. P. W. HTRADF.R, 1 Ccnernl Ticket A sent, lpjn,!nn.i E. XV. VOlWAllD,tincinDal1' Superintendent,J Cnlumbns, Nov. 17. 1S63. . Winter Arrangement. 1864. 1864. 1864. 1864. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND STEUBEN VILLE RAILROADS , x OFFER THE Shortest, nloknt and 9Iot Re . liable Koute . ;. to FlttbarKh IlarrUburfr BalUirfore, AVashington City, Philadelphia, r i- Wow Vorlt and Boston. Direct connections are made at Bellaire with the BALTinOllE ftOniO RAILKOAD, ' And at Pittsburgh with the " PIHS X.TAL4 C'llKTllAI It. It. Trains leave Colnmbna daily (Sundays excepted) NIGHT EXPRESS-Leavee Coinmbns.Tia Cen tral Ohio R. K., 4:00 A. M.; will atop at all stations when signaled; arriving at Bellaire at 10:35 A. M.; Baltimore, B.-ou A. hi.; Washington City, 80 A. M. Eight trains daily to Philadelphia and New York: ,lo connects at Bellaire, for Pittsburgh, Harris burg I'hiladilphiaand New J'ork. , NIGHT EXPRESS, VIA STEUBENVILLE Leaves Columbus 4:00 A. 11.: gteubenville, 12:10 P. Mj arrives at Pittsburgh SJ0 P. M.; leaves Pitta burgh 4 Jo P. M.; Harnsburg, 10 A. M.; Philadel phia, TWA. M.; New York, via Philadelphia, 12:00 1 .Baltimore, 7:00 A. M.; Waahingtou City, :50 NEW YORK EXPRESS, VIA STEUBEN VILLE Leaves Columbus 10:20, A. M.; arrives at Gteubenville 6 P. M.: Pittuburgh, 8M P. M.jHarris burg, 65 A. M.; Philadelphia, 10KM A. Jl.; New York, via Allentown, 1:46 P. M.; via Philadelphia, 3:46P.M.; Baltimore.il A.M.; Washington City, 4S0lt.il. DAY EXPRESS. VIA CENTRAL OHIO R. R. leaves Columbus BM P. M.; will stop at all stations and arrive at Bellaire 10:00 P. M.; Grafton, 2:S5 A. M.; Piedmont. 6:60; Cumberland, 8 J6; Martinsbnrg. 11:45: Harper's Ferry. 1.08 P. M.; Baltimore. 6:00 Wanhington City, :35; Philadelphm, 10:30 P. M. Eight trains to New York daily. Arrive at Pittsburg 1:10 A. M.: Harrisburg, 12:46 P. M.; Philadelphia, 5:30; New York, 10:00 P, M.; Baltimore, 6:40 P. 11.; Waihington City, & P. M i. a. mjTcnnvsotf, General Pass. Agent. January 15, ISM. To Indianapolis Direct without Change of Cars. Winter Arrangement. 1863. Columbus AND INDIAtfAPOLIS R. R. LINE, For Urbana. prinyfleld. narton PI qua, Hichmond ic Indianapolis. r , Through to Indianapolis -- ":' . WITHOUT CHAAGE OP CARS, and bat one change to Louisville, St. Louis and ; -.; Chicago.;. On and after Monday. If or. 10 18C3, . " Traina will leave Columbus as follows; FIRST TRAIN. " " ' ;"" INDIANAPOLIS EXPRESS-At 135 A. M., connoctinc direct at Piaua at 4:35 for Troy and Dav- ton; at hichmond at 6 JO for Audubon, I'gansport au Chicago, and at inuianapons at iris lor loun- .IIIO, IVriBliMlWi filw.r.llUi Gill w, k ; uuuu, U. layette, Springneld, Quiney, St. Joseph, Chisago, anu all western ana normwediern poinu. - - SECOND TRAIN. roDivi ii'riiUMniUTin)Iii 1 m connecting at . TJrbana at 11:30 for Bellefontaine, Ken ton, tarey, t muiay, i imn, viyae ana canuusky. .f-i ti THIRD TRAIN..' s" TNDTANAPOLIS EXPRESS At 1:40 P. M connecting direct at Milford, south, for Mechanics- burg and epringneia, ana norm lor jnarysvine anu Delaware; at L'rbana at 3:45 for Bellefontaine and Hnnteville! at Pique at 6:06 for Troy, Dayton, Union, Muncie and Winchester: at Kiohmond at 7:26 for An rinnuiii. LoeansiMirt. Peoria and Chicam: and at In- diaaaBolts at 10 M (or Louisville, tiw iouit , Ghjcago- mm ail wettem eiuoa. , ;r.-i ;; j .,.:::.. .. ' FOURTH TRAnr. ' f. -'. PIQUA EXPRESS-At6:l6P. M.,eonnectlng at 146 with Dayton and Micbigaa KH. for Lima, i t. W.vn PhicAirA Tnle.Io ano Dnt.roik. Vfhe 146 A. H. train of this line Is the only sight train from Columbus for Indianapolis, Torre juauive, lAiayttta asu tuioKo, a tne western eiuea. Sloeoiny Care are Ran on ft Ifht Train This is tne only through route betweeen Columbus nd ludiaotpxiiis, au tne only hhim on wbicb -Through lleketa csuo be Sold.' The can of this line start from the depot on the west tide ol Jiign Direst, opposite tne Cincinnati tfn this route there If no cisinge of Cars between ' Columbus and Indianapolis, and no other route with out hnidnf oars exist ; ; jj: ".' ,.t", '.'''." It 4Buy your Tiokeu at the Columbus and Indian apolis Depot, thereby saving a change of Can at liichmoB.fi T' :- -!' "! ? aTl'or Ticket ano! any Infrtrmatlon" apply at the oftice, Uf 1'uai tJi 111J1 UAlun t'olum- bfbzi 2.1 s 'It. tf3iaE,,Gmeai'Soili, r. CIIAWDLKB, lierterW f idkM AsaLi-ill O B. It. Bit-JtJLOW', General Pamenrer Af tnt. .tllllv J fcW..'itJ.l ,'UOK.td ! ii" 1863. 1863. Winter Arrangement. TIME CHANGED. Great Northern and Eastern Route. Cleveland, Columbus AND CINCINNATI CINCINNATI RAILROAD. ! Tltfee TrAlni XJLly T i EXCEPT SUNDAY. From Colnmbu, In connection with Trains on the Utile Miami fc t'olniobue 6c Xenla , Jtullroiuli. FIRST TRAIN. NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 8:50 A. ' M. Will t"P at Delaware,. Ashler. Cardingtn,f (iilead. Gallon, and at all stations north or tiallon; arriving at Cleveland at Kiw A. M.i yunmrg, :4n r. , M; BuBttlo, 6:20 P. M.; Neir York, 11:30 A M. Jll;.t;m,3:50P. M., Chicago , viaresthne 10:30 1 P. M., Pittsburg, 8:30 P. M.i Philiwlelphia, 7:00 A. M.; , Chicago, via Grafton, at WilO P. M.I - - ' ! T SECOND TRAIN. ' ' - ' 1 J KVVT YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at ie-20 A. M. Will stoD at Delaware. Canlington, Ualion, Crestline, Shelby, Now London, Wellington I and Grafton: arriving at Cleveland at 2:60 P. M.i Dunkirk. 8:lV P. M.i Buffalo, :40 P. M.i Now York, ; 2:45 P. M.; Boston, 4:56 P. M.: Pittsburg, via i;rost- line, at 7:50 P. M.; Philajlelphia, 10.-OU A. M.i Cnica- j go,via Uraiton,atA.JU. t :s . , v aiAiJj aii tAi niMii-L.rav.pro.v.. , JT. ill. V ill UWip Kb ll BHHii'iw wum ui mu;,.iHi at Salem, New London, Wellington, Gralt'jn and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at :0O P.- M.; Dunkirk, j 3:48 X. M.i Buffalo. 4:10 A. M.i New York, 8:30 P. , M.i Boston, 4:55 P. M.i Pittsburg, via Crestline, at i 230 A. M.; Philadelphia,. 630 P. M.; Chicago, 10:40! A. M.i Chicago, via Gralton, at 10:30 A. M. j ' ' CONNECTIONS. . ' j At Delaware with Springfield Branch for Sprl ng field and all points on that road. m At Crestline with Pittsburg, It. Wayne and Chi- , cago Railroad for Pittuburg, Philadelphia and Balti- more. Also for Chicago. At Shelby, with Bandusky, Mansfield and Newark Railroad for all points on that road. Also, for Tole do and Chicago. At GrafUm for Toledo. . At Cleveland, with Lake Shore Railroad for Erie, Dunkirk, Butfalo.New York and Boston. Patent Sleeping; Curw nr run on all ' IIgbt TnilnHtoOtlcnuOtNcw. . York and llotjton. i WB&trimje checked through to New Xork and Boston, via (Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and Now York, via Crestline. RETURNING I . Night Expre arrives at Columbus at 1:05 P. M. '. Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 1:20 P.M. Columbus Accommodation arrives at Columbus at 8:50 A. M. ... Fare ae low a bf any other Route. i Ask for Tickets via Creatine or Cleveland. . E. S. FLINT, - i Sup't., Cleveland, Ohio, t JAMES PATTERSON, - Agent, Columbus, Ohio. Columbus, Nor. 20, 1863. 1 Don't Fail to Head This! COFFEEI COFFSEH ' . . .. THK- ' e., , - Cast India Coffee Co., , " ; 131 11 cado Street, ' ' ' (Three doors font Greenwich Street NEW YORK, v v Call universal attention to their " - Kent's East India Coffee Only 25 Cents per Ponndv I Kent's .East India Coffee 1 has all the flavor of Old Government Java. and is but half the priee. , , Kent's East India Coffee " has twice the strength of Java, oJ any other Ch See whatever, and wherever used bv onr first elmw hntnl. and steamboats, the stewards say there Is a savins' of 60 per cent, ' Kent's East India Coffee Is the most healthy beverage known, anfl Is very nn- tritious. Th weak and inlinn may use it at all times with impunity. The wife of the Roa. W. Eaves, local minister of the M. E. Church? Jersey City, who has not been able to use any Coffee fur nl teen years, can use Kent's East India Coffee ' three times a day withobt Injury, it being entirely free from those properties that produce nervous ex citement. . Kent's East India Coffee. . : - Dr. PAMES BOYLE, of lse CHAMBERS ST., lvs: "I have never 'mown anv C.flna un hliri. nutritious and free from all Injurious qualities as Kent's East India Coffee. I advise my patients to drink it univorsally, even those to whom 1 have hitherto prohibited the use of Coffee." THK rKINCIl AL Of THE NEW YORK EYE INFIRMARY says: "I direct all the patients of our Institution to use exclusively Kent's East India Coffee, and would not be without It nn any account," - fTL . l 1. T 1 DHL' : . i M ., x i.v nr,i v. uaau an eminent ciergymaa Ol LOO M. E. Church, now stationed at Ualsev street. Nw. ark, tays of Kents East India Coffee: 'T have used it nearly a rear In mv famllv find that it produces no ache of the head or nervous irritation, as is the ease of all other Coffees. It is exceedingly pleasant, and I cordially reoommend it to au clergymen ana tnvir lamiues." Kent's East India Coffee if used daily by thefamilies of Bishop Ames, Bishop Dakar, and many of the most distinguished clergy Bea aua proiessionai men in we eounvy. j Beware of Counterfeits! and be sure that the packages are labelled Kent's East India Coffee, 151 Reade Street, Ner York; as there are numerous counterfeits afloat ender the name or uemiine fast India Uoflee, . Original Bast India Coffee," etc., put forth by impostors to deceive the unwary. . . In 10 lb. packages, and inboxoa of 30, 60 and iuu iii lor i rocera ana large consumers, by Grocers generally. ..'., ... dec6-dlm . " ' Lold s W. K, KENT, U AUCTIONEER.' ' ' iLTJOTION, 0AXjX3J9, ; ,. .:.,,, , ah,. . . Commission Rooms, ' ' ' IV. 109 Sontli High Street. T AM TTO-W PREPARED TO RECEIVE on Ijommission every flescriohon of n property. such as Dry- Goods, Groceries, Liquors, Furniture Camases. Horses, etc. . I also intend to devote my attention to sales of Keal Aetata and rersnnai rroperty, at any point, Within twenty rones oi tuecity. j "Anotion Sales every evening. ' Consignments rsBDeotl'ullr solicited.' i. 1 bave a large room over my sales rooms for itoraf purposes. I .1 ml - r.FKRKKr. K el ton. Banereft A Co. , J. A T. E. Miller. D, T. Woodbury t Co. t Stone A Lewi. -Butler, Brother A Co. , ' -,. John Geary A Son, W. if. Kestieeux. s Glean. A Thrall. I mayio-tf . .. i. r. bingham, ! i'.'.rr:r':i u'mfnt niNCHAr.1,& McCUFFEY, AtTOBNElrs AT LAW, COtOMBUS. OHIO. f)TFICE-In Headier. KkUrfif Co. ' BiiOdlAt. 250 Hrnitn itiga Dtreet, . ..,u... i ianl7'3-dJ ' 1 ' .r ' "' .. ' ' i i uj ...i J , o o o ' " ' CONSTITUTION WATER. , CONSTITCTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATEIl. CONSTITUTION WATElt. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATElt. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. C0NSTITUT10N.WATEK. TBI GHEA.T XXE3VXEX"5T FOB TBI CONSTITUTION, And the only known Remedy ' yon ' ; . , ,; ;(' .'. ' ' ; -1 DIA11RTFX and IlISK ASrS of the KIDNEYS and ltllllVIUt. CONSTITUTION WATER Has been pmnounoed by the Medical Faculty and the ' ollro of al) ji,.aes of the STOMACH. LIV Kit, KIDNEYS and BLADDER that has ever been 'uTs not a MINERAL WATER. It li from expe- ience that CUI a 1 ITU nun yva i tit tiaseinenat. ed, and we now say lot no man doubt, when a single limit. meiliiMd talent in the country failed to relieve. bottle nas ooen Known mi cure aiseaaos wnion (lie A roinedy possessing the virtues of Constitution Water cannot) be classed andor "quack" prepara tions, as it is now usid by the most soientiuo prac titioners In the eity. It Is only socond-olas physi i ntavsi- eians that cry down popular remedies, while the bet ter skilled make use ol every means to accomplish a euro: and the success of the physician increases a his IcnowlcHse of different remcdios enables him to produoe a cure, while others fail in the attempt. Science is satisfied with the truth. Give Constitution Water a fair trial we mean yon who are under some pi'KOIai.ht'h care from year to year, and wo particularly allude to ladies who are constantly resorting to local tbeatmknt, and all sorts of local applications for diseases, with as muuh chance of success as there would be from local ap . plications to the throat for diseases of the brain. We have always been oareful to use language in our circular that could not shuck tho most delicate organisation, but we receive many communications from persons for whom Constitution Water is adapt ed, and of whose disease no mention has been mule, that we have oome to the conclusion that if tho rem edy is capable of producing a cure, no matter what the discanc may be, it should be made known. The medicine is put up for the publio and there should be no exceptiuus. , DIABETES Is a disease of the stomach and liver, acting through the kidnevs. and is without doubt, the most obsti nate disease, except Consumption, that affects the human constitution. VY o have no spave for discus sing causes, but will state that the effoot of the dis ease is the conversion of the starchy principle (or vegetable Portion of the food) into sugar, which stimulates the kidneys to an excessive secretion of water. Many persons suiter Irom tins diKea. wno are ignorant of it; that is, they pass large quantities during the day, and are obliged to got up from one to lilleonor twenty times during the night. No notice is taken of it until their attention is called to the large discharge of wator, and ofton when it is so far advanced as to be beyond tne control ot ordinary remedies. Another symptom is. the great thirst, which, when Hie disease is fully estflhlished, is in tolerable A valient drink constantly vitlioutbt- ing tatitfted; also dryness of the mouth, cracking of tne lips, a meet orcein, in me more advances cases. and Dually loss ot appetite, emaciation, ana tne pa. tiont gradually sinks from exhaustion. Constitution W atkb is. without d known remedy fordo. and we have as mud oonfidunce that it is a spec i Go as we have that ooium will produce elocp, and truthfully say that it has cured every case in wnion it uaa been used, iue. ft elfllrlck Duet Depoait, Etc., Etc, Diseases arising from a faulty secretion in the one case being too little, and accompanied by severe pain, and in the other a too profuse secretion whioh will be speedily cured by the CONSTITUTION WATER " CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER . . i CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER . CONSTITUTION WATER : CONSTITUTION WATER THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR . THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR . I : THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR ; - THE ONLY XNOWN REMEDY FOR !. 33X.33X37330. Irritation of the Neck of the Bladder, j Inflammation of the Kidneya, j Catarrh of the Bladder. 4 Stranguary and Burning, or Palnfnl Crlnatinif, , For these diseases It i truly a sovereign remedy, and too much cannot be said in its praise. A single dose has been known to relieve the most urgent syin toms. Are you troubled with that distressing pain in the small of the hack and through the hipsf A teaspoon ful a day of the Constitution Wator will relieve you like magic PHYSICIANS Have long since given op the use of bnnhu, eubebs, and juniper in the treatment of those diseases, and only use them for want of a better remedy. CONSTITCTION WATER Has proved itself equal to the task that baa devoir ed upon it. . , DIURETICS, i; Irritate and drenoh the kidneys, and by constant nse soon lead to enronio degeneration and continued disease. We present the Constitution Water to the publio with the conviction that it bos no equal in relieving the class of diseases for which it has been found so eminently successful for curing; and we trust that we shall be rewarded for our effort in placing so val uable a remedy in a form to meet the requirement Ol paueut aua paysioan. BEAD I BEAD 1 1 READ!!! it, -. . TUnvillk. Pa.. June J. 1805. Dr. W. Tf. Grboq Dar Sin In Fobruary, 1861,1 was aillioted with sugar diabetes, and for five months I passed more than two gallons of water in twenty-four hours. I was obliged- to get up as often as ten or twelve tims during tne night, and in five months I lost fin pounds in weight. During the month of July, lttai I procured two bottles of Constitution Water, and in two days after using it I experienced relief, and after taking two bottles I was entirely cured, soon after regaining my usual good health. Yours, truly, l : , " "' : ; " Al ill. Bobtok ContJKna. N. Y.. Dee. ST. 1881 Ww. H Urrou A Co. Gents: I freolv give vou libertr to make use of the following cor ti float of the value of Constitution Water, whicn lean recommend in the highost manner; My wife waa attacked with pain ; l. . -I i.i.... innn.u ,.e ).- 1 1. 1 . her limbs, with Palpitation of the Heart and Irrita tion of the Bladder. 1 called a physician, who attend ed her about three months, when be left her worse than ha found her. I then employed one of the best physiaos I could find, who attended her for about nine months, and while she was nnder bis care she did not suffer quite a much pain. Ho Anally gave hor up, and said "her case was incurable. For," said lie, "she bas such a combination of complaints that medicine given for one operates against some other of her afflictions." About this tima she nnm. menced the use of Constitution Water, and to our utter astonishment almost the first dnMiMmnlin have the desired effect, and she kept on improving rapidly under its treatment, and now superintends entirely hor domestic affairs. She has not taken at fjf the Constitution Water for about four weeks, and we are happy to aay that it baa produced a perma ml our.. , : .WJU. M. VA3 BENSCuOTEN, Wm.wwRKrm,D. Conh.. Mareh 1. 1AM Tta W H. Gbbiio Dear tXrt- Having seen your advertise ment of "Constitution Water." reaommendeil for In. nomination of the Kidneys and Irritation of the liladder. baying suffered tor tne past three tears and tried the skill of a number, of physicians with only temporary relief, i was induced to try your Eedicine.. 1 procured one bottle of your agents at artford, Messrs. Lee Sisson A Co,, and when 1 had used half of it to my surprise I found a great change in my neaitn. i nave used two bottles ol it, and nm wnere i never expected to be in iny file, well, and in stood soirits. 1 cannot exDress mv rratitude for it: I feel that it it all and more than yon recommend it to be. JUay the blaasuig ot uod ever attend you in your labors of love. Yours, truly. , : ii ,u iiONAltO H. BIGELOW. POR IAXB BY ALL DKUQOI8T8. ' FEICB $1 'wm. vt. nnmui is r PvA-nri.,.,. Ill DUG AN ALLEN, tJeneral Ag'te, ,:, "' v z:' Wo. 88, Cliff BtweV New York, Agenti in Cincinnati) i .. 1 atd ej-dATtopfla li.il iiml );.3.i'aiV. riEwriiAfcAPFUR , tv:" 7:", ' ' ' ": ' s T O HE. TITE'VI!.,!, OFFER AT T V Reduoed prices, our stock of , . GREATLY LADIES' MINK FURS, ' FITCH FURS, ' RIVER MINK, ' , . CONY FURS, SIBERIAN SQUIRREL, Etc. ; CHILDREN'S WHITE CONY, COLORED CONY, IBERIAN SQUIRREL SETS. LADIES' ' TPuv Trim'tl Skating Caps. : ':-'.'. ' ' LADIES ITur Trlm'd Hoods. LADIES' Silk, Beaver Sc Felt Hats. i.'.f South IIlKhl Street. Sontheaet Corner . of High and Friend Streete, . , ! ! . , Oolum'bus, O.' ' C. EBERLY & CO. Cincinnati Law and Collection Office! . EsTABLIgnED A. D. 1840. THOMAS POWELL. f Attorney at Xja,sxrf '. and; . c0ixecti0k office, ko. masonic temple, Cincinnati. Remittances in all cases made immediately on the collection of any claim. The following roforences are given by permission of the parties, with whom Mr. Powell bas for many years oeen acqitninteu. Samuel N. Pike, Esq. Joseph C. Butler. Esq. ' W, B. Smith A Co. BakorA VonPhul. Trier, Davidson A Co. Hon. W. 1). Caldwell, Ex-Chlof Justice of Ohio, 1). W. Corwin, late King, Corwin A Co. rLrlr VFAfl A (. 191 19Q lt...nA C V V Samuel S. Bowman A Co., IT John St., S. Y, W m; H. Powell, Esq., No. 46 East Md St., N. V. uecji- w-ti fO HMOKIOtTCD. J Palmooary Ceneamptlon a Curable Dleeaae. A CARD. TO CONSUMPriVES. The aadsrslgeed having been rettored lo health hi t few weeks, by a very it rple rentdy. after hsvln. suffer ed several years with t ee.e lung afleotton. and that dread disease. Ooniami Uon la aoilout to make knew to his fellow-sufferers ths means of ears. . To all who desire It he wilt Mod a oopy of the pres erlptlon uod (free o' ebarge), rl h the dlreotloos for pre pa. leg and aiing the eaae, which they will lad a twt eur for 0o.oamo, Astima Baowcams, Ooreai. Golds, ele The only object ot the advertw la Mad. log the prescrlpUoe le to bentflt Iheaffllcied, and sereel loformstloa which he conceives to be Invaluable and he hoiM, every saffsrer will try his remedy, at II will ecst then notbtng, and nay prove a bletslog. Parties wishing the prescription 111 pleas addren Esv. 1DWAED A. WILS01T; Wllllaosburg, 1 lDgs County. New Tort. NOTICE TO SHIPPEES , or TallowLard,Bacon,Pork,Beef " ' ' . aki ' ; GENEEAL WESTEEN PEODUCE. . The undersigned pay their Particular Attention ' ' To the sale of the above articles, and Conelfrnniente aont to them will be PROMPTLY DISPOSED OF QUICK EETUENS MADE, ' on very advantageous terms. TVe leaue a WEEKLY PRICE CURRENT of the above article, which wo mall gratia w (Bins icnmng unr alarms le AHRAtn KNIGHT Sc. SON8, 3S4 Water Street, N Y.Citjr. dec29'83-dtm BENNO SPEYER'S BANKING HOUSE, Commission, ; Forwarding and ; ' Notarial Umce, GEXEBAL PASSENGER AGENCY !. 'I S TBI Bremen, Hamburg & Havre Steamers. 'I : i.i; AND ALSO RAILROAD TICKET AGENCY, EAST TOST. , . :'t -- .... i Ji-.. Wosfc 7 and 0 West Third Street, ' ! '.f . .. (Comer Main.) ' :J .; ' ' OlaxoixaXLAti, O. ' ' , .; l - ; IV At SBLL8. lOt. OUITNIB. SELLS & GUITNER, Wholesale ; Grocers Commission Merchants. ' Flour, Bait,. Fish,; Water time ; and ' Plaster, i BovthcMt oroer Tswn and Fiorth Slreetev' .', OolviXxa.'ro-ULSBt, eetSlMtf ' ' : - - ,, .. .. . MERCHANT TAILORING, i '' l a". -Vi , ..-.j-. -r::n:;y'I I HATE JTJST HECEIVED blRECT-.- LY from the East, the best assortment of. ?.-i . Gentlemen's Aycar,; ever brought to t to tbu oiLr.which I wiU teU at very low jnguret lor fore purchasing Ho.M0. South High btPNtw 1 rim nccnlinr taint or 'Infection which wo cnlt, BcnoFULA lurks' ir tho constitutiuns o multitude of men. I ' cither produces or it produced by nn en- feclilcd, vilintcd stn.e ?of tho blood, vhonvji t tjL.itliat fluid beeomet ir . jilJrtpconipoicnt fo sustain ii;iTBiniie vitni forces in uieir I'ihlSt vipormw action, nnd iVr-irjwicnvcs tug system to OsSS'''" in'o disorder nnd docav. The scrofulous contamination it variously cnuecd by mercurial discitFO, low living, disonlcrcU digestion, from nnlicalthr ' fool, impure nir, filtli ami flltliy haliitH, ffie deprcssiiiij vices, and, nhovo nil, by llio venerea 1 infection. Wlmtever bo its origin, it i hereditary in tho 'constitution, dcsccmlinj? " from parenu to ''liihlrcn unto tin third n nil fourth L'aiicriituin j " indeed, it seems to be the, roil of Ilim who snys, " I will visit tho iniqui ties of tho fathers iipon their children." '1 lie diseases which it originates take vnrious names, accorilinjj to tho organs it attacks. In tho luiip;s, Scrofula produoe tubercles, and flnnlly ('oiisuinption ; in the glumls, swellings which suppurate nnd liccomo ulcerous sores ; in the itomncli and bowels, dcraniietncnts which pro duce indijjojiliori,- dyspepsia, anil liver com plaints; on tho skin, eruptive nni( cutaneous nffeciions. These all having tho tamo origin, require the tame remedy, vi. purification and iuviorntion of tho blood. Purify the blood, anil thoe dnngorous distempers leave you. With fucblo, foul, or corrupted blood, yon can not liuvo honltli ; with that " lifo of the flesh " heultliy, you cannot have scrofulous disease. - if. : Ayer's Sarsaparilla ., is comn'onnded from tho most cfTcctunl anti dotes tlint medical science has discovered for this afflicting distemper, and for the cure of :he disorders it entails; . .That It is for superior to any other remedy yet doviscd, is known by all who havo given it a trial. That it does com bino virtues truly extraordinary in their cfTcct upon this class of complaints, is indisputably proven by the great' multitude of publicly known .and remarkable cures it hat made of tho following diseases : King's Evil ' or Glandular Swellings, Tumors, Erup tions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores, Ery sipelas, Rose or St Anthony's Fire, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Coughs from tu berculous deposits in the lungs, White Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Syspopaia or Indigestion, Syphilis ana Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases, Female Weaknesses, nnd, indeed, tho wholo series of complaints that nriso from impurity of the blood. Minute reports of individual cnes may bo found in Ayf.k's American Almanac, which is furnished to tho druggists for gratuitous distribution, wherein mny bo learned the directions for its use, nnd come of the remarkable, cures which it hns made when all other remedies had furled to ntl'ord relief. Those cases are purposely taken from all sec tions of the country, in oilier fhnt every render may havo access to some one who can speak to him of its tanofits from personal experience. Scrofula depresses the vital energies, und thus leaved its victims far more subject to disease and its fatal roaults than are healthy constitu tions. Jlcncc, it tends to shorten, and docs greatly shorten, tho average duration of humcn lifj. The vast importance of these considera tions lias led us to spend years in perfecting a remedy which is adcqnnte to its cure. , This wc now offer to tho public under the name of Avk.r's Sarsapahilla, although it is com posed of ingredients, some of which exceed the host of Sarsniai-Hla in alterative power. By its aid you mny protecj yourself from the suffer ing mid danger of these disorders, l'urge out the foul corruptions that rot and fester in the blood ; purge oat the ennses of disease, nnd vigorous health will follow. By its peculiar virtues this remedy stimulates the vital func tions, nnd thus expels the distempers which lurk "within the system or burst out on any part ot it. - . We know the public have hcen deceived by many compound of SirmutriUa, that promised much nnd did nothing; but they will neither be deceived nor disappointed in this, lu virtues have been proven by nhnndant trial, and there remuins no question of its surpassing excellence for the cure of the afflicting diseases it is in. (ended to reach.' Althongh under the same name, it is very different medicine from nnr other which lias liccn before the peoplo, and is fur more effectual than any other which has ever been available to them. , . CHEURY pectoral; The World's- Great Remedy for Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con sumption, and for the relief 1 of Consumptive patients -j .-in advanoed stages ; . r. .. : t ... , of the disease. . ; Thi hns been so long nscd and so univer sally known, dint"we: need do no mow than a.surc iho pti'ilic that its quality is kept up to the liest it ever has bean; and (list it may' be rcireu on to uo jiii it nns ever none. rrepmed by Dn. J. C. Aykr-& Co., Practical and Aiwlgliml Cliemittt) ' ' i r Lowell, Moss. ' Sold by all druggists everywhere. , ... .. M Sept. 18. IFWWdfcweowly ' ' ' ' FRENCH'S HOTEL, On the European Plan, Olty or New TTorlst. Single Booms Fifty Cents per Day, j City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort Street, (OrrosiTi Citt HalI.) Meals as thev mar be ordered In the snactons re. foctory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath llooms attached to the Hotel. Beware of UUttNJUBS and IIACKMEN who say we are full. . . . , B. FEENCII, Proprietor . Feb..SJ'63-dly ...... . O. EI8HTINE. B. LEONABD. J. N. CLOS8MAN ! COLUMBUS PAPER MILL, ' Friend Street, W.Ohio Canal. EISHTINE, LEONARD & CO., If ANUFACTTBKR8 OP ALL KINDS OP BOOK PEINTING & NEWS PlPEB ' 49-Tlie Merheat price In Caen paid for good Huge. j I A good article of all site of Wrapping Paper Kept on hand. 1- ' - , janl'61-tf , ' DENNISON HOUSE, Flflh St., be. Main and Sycamore CINCINNATI, OHIO. JOS. 1'. FMtKUS, J rropnetorg. rpHIS HOTEL HAS BEEN BEPAIRED.JDfD j. iiennea uirwignoiH, ena pnhlio. -tne proprietors, recently of the Goddard mMm (4 fiuegueets of the Hoa8 BOW. fllWHi Ia ;7::tjioMcr i STOMACH i.!w BITTERS- Alt! HOT TO BE EXCELLED STOMACHIO t JlegudcbioT DIGESTIVE 0RGAN1 WvW. cwvp. oV yfc " ; a cYetA vvvN.oXot' 1 AwXWftvVvovxft tVvVvc" .e. WM6.. o. Sov..V fr Vvwvt, cct wvvvtNcv xve-edk. 1 ' i tAYv " avVveVc oV Somaefv i VYiYOiY OtVOiYv,VV1CvC.,,., aWW yo.cy !vrcv,, tAYsi a ! vY8 YcvVCvxs-e- o'j . Ijilious F every' .1 .. Fever and jlgue, ' ;: , Liver t Complaint, '. '! Qyspepsia ' , Indigestion, , , Jaundice, ; , Kidney Complaints, tY YvOAVVVC. J OiY COYWk.OA.- YO.Y8, Oi cO-YVv. YOO VVYv, TiY. "RoYjfAcVft aY,Wve,.OOYYV0lYv,,iYVCYv. uvye.WiooY motYv Yo,Vt.vi ".);, "OocXoy'1 tovW. wee. cyvOw Covoy. l - "By. "RoWcV ! t , VYVyVCOYOLC. . .U.ri OtYi&j ' , ! tV)'v.Vvav. . . , 1 ' I ' . , -.; . 1 !!: ;. o.y, Vvc SoVoacy "Vyv.yv,; VyvYe-CYvVvYvt votYvVveo., ie.Yt.YV7r "SL,VVYia,- ;Xv, ! "' 1 ": ' ; . 1 . . , -' s ' 1-" : . ' .1 ,: ,i !..:' ;j These gitlcra art put up. in quart , : 2ot(Je, of whioh tht abovt is ano- . , I simil: Tha label is finely en- . ! graved,' and ,is . provided, with safe-guard from ooitnterfeitera, (Prioe $1 per bottle, or six for $5. ., . , ! . O. .W,-. JfobaofcK (Proprietor, Cin.t to whom all orders should be ad- , ' dressed, . . , . (i ,,. . Ojfioe and Jtanufaotory, JVo. &6, , , Eg, 60, and 62 East Third Street. , '., FOR1 SALE BY Dealers Generally,'. nevl7 ESTABLISHED 1700. ! Peter Lorillard, Snuff and Tobacco Mannf actmer, i Uj' It and 18 CHAMBERS ' STREET,' 11 ,:o l7 ' ' (Formerly 43 Chatham Street, New York). I ' - Would oall the attention of doalert to' the artiolef of ' hit mauufaoture, via: j j . . , , .t)...,( i:ii!f ;.-..!.'. BB0WN BHBFF.t i' ..i-hiu'm i r Macaboy, i . , -j rj Pmigroeu :r: .I-IjkI Fine Kartpe, ' Pure V ireinla, . . 'i Coari'e Kap'nee. ; ' Nachitoches,' " ', . American Gentleman, , , , . Copenbagan. '. 1 "i rtijuiii TELI0W BKUFF.' ! ' u ..! Bcotoh.J' . Honey Dew Rcotob.' i ! . High Toast Scotch, . Fiesh Honey Dew Sootoh, , ' Irish High Toast, ' Fresh Bootoh, ' ' I . or Lundyfoot. ... .., -, ,t j., ,v!.'K.;'f sTAtT8NTI0M IB CAM, Kb TO THB tAR0 KKmTO- TIOM IN MICKS OF FlNB-COT ChDWINO AWD rH0g4 J ino Tobaccos, which will bi tovnd or a vt RIOK QTTAXlTTw 'i 1 I - J i ... ..;.r..!f. !,:.! H. r'i TOBACCO. v.- .-.!, rlA, SMOKING. FINE-CUT CHEWING. BMOKUfQ. j 9j ,, . A.L.jOrplain. 8. Jago,, 7(!f,7,r .No. 1, Cavendish, or Sweet, Spanish, " ..No, S, SweetrScented Oronooe,Canaai','t' . K os. 141, Tin Foil Cavendish. .. , Turkish.; t v f Mixed (imnulated. .-'Kt i"fwtt : K. 'B.l eiWular of ipribeg will le tent on appil-' auglt 69-dly 't :'l ' branchMi mw vwnuej- f?lbeiWirtn kit Cld Bnthi'iin hsi ii' 1 1 1 .t..:j-t!'.i.(. TTTyrVT"V (Late of Phaloa" BsUbliabmeatvlN. Y '. n. i'l In the- basement c-f the Nell House, undw v PROPBIKTAR t THE KSW YOHK J fubionable rlbaWng, Hair Cutting, ShmMea T inf. Curling and Dressing Saloon, , ""Tt 1 thsi..tuuu. .AiUK. ii . tiM A ' . .1 . , ' , . . t Jyll-djy