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WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. fir Cincinnati, laytoM,ltIclnnoiid, Indiana polisi and Chicago. ( -Wl tht Chung e of Cents t Day tan and . . Ulchmamd, and anlr tlfcansja i sf C'ara sa St. UuW Indian- .. apollaand hlcasja. , On ,d after Mondiy, Rot. 16, 1863, Train will ,-. : ' Bon as follows; i,.. rJoiiR TBAnts DftTLYTROin coiuniBUS. ;:' . : r : (Snndayi excepted.) ' ; ''. :...::' first train. . "CINCINNATI, DAYTON. RICHMOND AND IlfDIANAPOLlJl MIGHT EXpKKSS-Leaves at 136 A. M., shipping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mid dletown and Hamilton, wriving at Cincinnati at 1M A. M.; Richmond, :3S A. ll.i Indianapolis. :10 A. CINOnWATLRHlOD WD1ANAP0LI3 AND CHICAGd. TRAIN Leaves at 30 A. M, lumping at all itatioiu on the L. M. AC. 4 A. K. K connecting with the train on the Manetta A Cincin nati R. R. for Hillsboro, Chillicothe and Marietta, arriving at Cincinnati at 10:56 A. M.tat Dayton. 8:3S A. M.; stopping at all stations on. the Dayton A West ern Railroad, arriving at Richmond at W:3 A. M.; Indianapolis, lXi P.,M.; Chicago, P. M. xiW T rW. I a eVvo n ta tVia SiiilstarAat. rWvria g-gy i.1 f- A. IX IB I1MUI H9 WAV ijuAvm-oai uvsaa Columbus to Chicaeo; time occupied being 16 hours, which is three hours quicker than UJ mUjf Villi OA Aiiiuv',wuve ,f J , ,;' TfflRP' TRAIN. . CINCINNATI DAYTON. RICIlSfOND AND IKDIANAPOLI& DAYEXtESS-Leavesatl:40 P. M., stopping at London, Charleston, Cedarville, Xenia! Boring Valley. Corwin, Fort Ancient. Mor row, South Lebanon, Foster's, Loveland, Camp Dennison. Mllford and Engine House: arriving at CincinnaU atU P. M.; Dayton at4:4JP.M.: Rich mond at 6: P. M.j Indianapolis at 10:10 P.M., and Chicago, 1:00 A. M. ; FOURTH TRAIN.- MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves at 36 P. M., stoppingatall stations on the L. M. C. A X. R. R., except Claysville, Fort Anoient, Branch Hill, Mianusville and Flainville, arriving at Cincinnati at :6A. H. : . . Sleeping: Can on Right Train. - tr .t . ' K. B. For further Information apply at the Co lumbus Union Depot Ticket Office of . ' , JM. x. Doiirarrv, ... TickstAgent. ; T. IXUII, Agent. (leneral Ticket Acent, I rinainriatL ' ' E. W. WOODWARD, ?cinoinnau Superintendent,.),, ' Columbns, Nov. 17, 1863. Winter Arrangement. Winter Arrangement. 1864. 1864. Winter Arrangement. 1864. 1864. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND STEUBENVILLE RAILROADS 1 . OFFER THE ' . " ' Sborleart, Qntckeat and NIofft Ite ' liable Itonto .' ; ; ' ': S';'? ' '' -: ' Plttakasrcb, IIarriat)nrsj Baltimore, ; WSMhtnataa City, Pkllaelelphia, '- ' New York and Boston,' . Direct connections are made at Bellaire with the BALTIMORE A: OHIO RAILUOAD, ! i: i .And at Pittsburgh with the : PfXOTLVAIUA CEZTTItaJL It. II. .Trains leave Columbus dul Sundays excepted) Mfellovs: ; v ,.',. ! t- NIGHT EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus, via Cen tral Ohio R. R.,40 A. M.; will stop at all stations when signaled; arriving at Bellaire at 10:38 A. M.; Baltimore, $0 A. M.; Washington City, M A. M. Eight trains daily to Philadelphia and New York: also connects at Bellaire for Pittsburgh, Harrisburg' Philadelphia and New York. NIGHT EXPRESS. VIA STEUBENVTLLE Jieevet Ofllumbun wa, ti.: eteuoenviiie, U:ir. SLT arrives at Pittsburgh sio P. M.j leaves Pitts burgh 435 p. M.i HarrjsDurg, lu A. M.; PhUadel phiaJKMA. M.; New York, via Philadelphia, DM M.jjTJaltimore. 7:00 A.- M.! Washingtoa City, JbO NEW i YORK EXPRESS, VIA 8TEUBEN- VILLE Leaves Columbus 1030 A. M.: arrives at fUeubenvllleSP. PitUburgh, ! P. il.: Harris burg, 6S6 A. M.; Philadelphia, 10M A. M.; New York, via Allentown, 146 P. M. via Philadelphia, :4fiP. M.; Baltimore, 11& A. M.; Washington City, 40 P.M. DAY EXPRESS, VIA CENTRAL OHIO R. H. Leaves Columbus 3M P. M.; will stop at all stations aad arrive at Bellaire 1O.-O0 P. M.; Grafton, 16 A. M.; Piedmont, 60; Cumberland. 836: Martinsbnrg, 1146: Harper's Ferry, 1:03 P. M. Baltimore. tM Washington City, 035; Philadelphia, 1030 P. M. Eisht trains to New York daily. Arrive at Pittsbnrs 1:10 A. M.: Harrisbnrg, 13:46 P. M.; Philadelphia, B:30; new x orn, low r. M. liaiumore, 6:vt tr. u. Washington City, ao P. At. .. . . I A. HTJTCHIJrSOW, . General Pass. Agent. January 15, ISM. . To Indianapolis Direct without To Indianapolis Direct without Change of Cars. Winter 1863. Columbus AND INDIANAPOLIS R. R. LINE. For Urban, Mprfngfleid, Dartom, P faai Iliobmond Ac Indianapolis. . Through to Indianapolis I WITHOUT CHARGE OP CAHJ, and bnt one change to Louisville, SU Louis and . , . unicago, r ;, , r t i ( . On and after Monday. Not. 10, 1863, . . . Trains will leave Columbus as followst . - l- I.IRST TRAIN. , .. " INDIANAPOLIS EXPKESS-At 138 A. M eonnectiiig direct at Piqna at 4i3 for Troy sad Day ton: at Richmond at 630 fur Audubon, Logans port and Chicago, and at Indianapolis at MS for. Louis vUle, Torre Haute, Evansville, Cairo, St. Louis, Lar fayette, Springtield, Qtiiooy, St. Jmeph, Chicago, ana au western ana norm weswnpoinis. , BRCOND TRAIN. - CRBANA ACCOMMODATION At T A. M eonneEung as vroan wrmo. iot mneioniaine, &en toni Vasey, inouay,- i imD,-uiyae ana Banausky. THIRD TRAIN. TWniAWAPOT.IS EXPRESS At IriA P. V eqnnacting direct at Milford, south, for Mechanios- nurg ana pnngneia.wa nana iov warysvuie ana Delaware; at Urbana at 1:46 for Bellefontaine and Huntsville: at Piaua at 606 for Troy, Dayton, Union, jnnncieana vv incomer. Kmcnmona at j as lor Arr dam. LocanSDOrt. Peoria and Chicago- and at lnt dianapolis at 10:26 for Louisville, St. Louis, Chicago man au weswra """i j- n . ' rnrrnnr d i rv .FIQUA. BXPRESS At6:iP. M.,eonnecting at g:46 with Llayton and Hicnigan K. K. lor Lima, k t. Wayne, unicagOj toieao ana JJetroit. i;i , ,: sight train from Cotumbua for iudianapolis, Torre Xiaute, iaiajeiie ana nicago,aan. toe weniern ciues. Sleeplnr tars are Ban on R Ifbt TrsUna JTbja is the enly through von t betweeen Colnmbns nd in(ianspoi)Sj an un.oni xpute on waion. , . 'rfaroa&Th llclf can be 9oL&, j Tie ears of this line start from the depot on the west side of. Sigh-Street, opposite th JJineinnaU Depot, iia-j.'. ,-. - - a - Un this rente tners is no enange or tart Detween Columbas and Indianapolis, and, so other xeilte vitiir out ehaning cars exists. "bay your Tickets at ths Columbas and Indian apolis Depot, thereby saving ohauge of Cars at iiirhmoncfj B . . r. , AsTFor TleVetand an InformatlnrtT sfpty at thi) ffioe, OPPUtilTit 'iiiii CAIOA VbrUl, Colunr , ,:, II. O. CARETS General Bopt. V.CIIANDLtH, ''- :.' . .' u (-noral TMM Ajeinl ' .. . .". ' -GnefsJallnl,"',!, " ' ; ColBBbf. . Y 9Wll ; -. .' i . ,e. A .TiAii'A .i' i "At 1863. 1863. Winter Arrangement. TIME CHANGED. Great Northern and Eastern Route. Cleveland, Columbus AND CINCINNATI CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Tiuroo TrttlJa-m 3D Ally. :' EXCKPT SUNDAY. . From Columbur, In coiineetion with Trains on the Little Miami & Cf umbui fc Xenlo ICallroadit, ' - - FTHST TRAI1T.' ' ' '!;.. ")" WIGHT EXPRESS-Leaves Colnmbns at 30 A, Wll WP ""-7r.T:.:""'l.krr ill '1 ' .SECOND: TRAIN. I ' fi NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves Colnmbns at nHi A. M. Will stnn at Delaware, lanlington. Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington and Grafton: arriving at Cleveland at J0 P. M.j Dunkirk, 8.A P. M.;Tuaalo,:4 Pl.t New York, J:46 P. M.; Boston, 4:66 P. M.i Pittsburg, via Crest line, at T0 V; H.) Philadelphia, 10HK A. M.j Chica go, via Grafton, at A. M, ' ! , THIRD TRAIN. i V1TT. ANT EXPRESS Leaves Colnmbns at SHM P, M. Will stop at all stations south of Shelby. and at Salem, New London, Wellington, Grafton and Serea; arriving at Cleveland at 8:00 P. M.; Dunkirk, J-48 A. M.; Buffalo, 40 A. M.i New York, 9-30 P. M.l'Bostoa, 4:66 P. M. Pittabarg. via Crestline, at i34,AiMj Philadelphia, 6i P. il.; Chicago, 10:40 A. M.; Cbjoago, via Gralton, at 10 JO A. M. j . ""CONNECTIONS.""" I At Delaware with Springaeld Branen for Sprl Dg leld and all points on that road. ; AtCrestliaewith Plttsbnnr, Ft.TVrne and Chl eago Railroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Balti more.' Also for Chicago. ' ' -' At Sheby, with Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark f ailroad for all points on thai road. Also, for Tole o and Chicago. At Grafton for Tolede. ' - . I At Cleveland, with Lake Shore -Railroad for En Dunkirk, Uuflalo.ew x org ana uoswn, . , Parent Sleeping Cans are run on all JKIght Xraln to t.Hlcsgo, XUcfr York and llotjton. J JSeTBaggage checked through to New Xork and Boston, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and New York, via Crestline. RETURNING Night Express arrives at Columbus at 16 P. M, CincinnaU Exnress arrives at Columbus at 130 P. M. Columbus Aooonimodation arrive at Columbus at 8:60 A. M. Fare as Lew as bf anj ether Route, 1 Ask for Tickets via Crestline or Cleveland. . , E. 8. FLINT, ' . Sup'U, Cleveland, Ohio. . JAMES PATTERSON, ... -. ' Agent, Columbus, Ohio., i irOinniDusov. w, una. ! M. arriving at Cleveland at :30 A. M.; Dunkirk. S:46 P. !TbXio. 630 P. M.j New York J1:S0 A.M. JoJton,3aoP. M.. ChlcagV Hn ,loao iPrM., itksburg, SJ0 P. M.j Philadelphia, 7.-00 A. II.; :hioago,viaUnrfton,tlo)P.il. - . Don't Fail to Read This! COFFEE! COFFEE!! THE East India Coffee Co, 154 Reade Street, & : (Three doors fiom Greenwich Street , ! NEW YORK, j Call universal attention to their . - - Kent's East India Coffee i Only. 25 Cents per Pound, ' i I Kent's East India Coffee has all the flavor of Old GoYernment Jara, and is but half the price. ! Kent's East India Coffee I has twice the strength of Java, oJ any other CbfTee Whatever, and wherever used by our first class hotels and steamboats, the stewards say there )s a saving of 60 per cent. i Kent's East India Coffee Is the most healthy beverage known, and is very nu tritious. The weak and infirm may use it at all times with impunity. The wife of the Re.. W. Eaves, local minister of ths M. E. Church? Jersey City, who has not been able to use any Coffee for fif teen years, can use i Kent's East India Coffee three times a day wlthobt injury, it being entirely free from those properties that produce nervous ex eitement. Kent s East India Coffee. Dr. 8AMES BOYLE, of ls CHAMBERS ST.. lays: "I have never known any Coffee so healthful' nutritious and free from all Injurious qualities as Kent's East India flnffpA t advise my patients to drink it universally, even IhrMAtt whom I htv. nif.hA nraHihit.! ih. r e i i, r- wv Hnui offee," ... 'THE PK1NCIPAL Or THE NEW YORK EYE INFIRMARY saysr "I direct all the patients of our Institution to nse exclusively Kent's East India Coffee. nd would not be without it on any account." The Rev. Cj LARIi is. an eminent ftlerrmutn nt h il. E.Chareb, now stationed atlialsey street. Sew- g, says oi Kent's East India Coffee:" I have used It nearly a vear in tut fn.mil r anil nd that it nroduoee no aahe of the hu) nr nmnm irritation, as is the ease of all other CnrT. Il U exceedingly pleasant, and 1 cordially recommend it toausiergymenana mir lamuies." ' . Kent's East India Coffee is used daily by the families of Bishop Ames, Bishop Baker, and many of the most distinguished elergy- nou ana piviewivaai awn m wi oouniry. I Beware of Counterfeits! and be sure that the packages are labelled "rTfint'ei V.tLAt Tnrlift Cnffettt' i4 Reasle Street, New York, as there are numerous counterfeits afloat under ths name oi "uennine last India UoOee." "Unrinal East India Coffee," etc., put forth by impostors to deceive ths unwary. ' In lO lb. packages, 'nd In boxes of 30, 60 and IOO Ike., for Vnicers and large consumers. . Lold py urocers penerrwy, aces-aim W. R. KENT, AUCTIONEER.' ! in l I'o- Commission; Rooms, j No. 109 South Ilieh Street. Y AlhT nOW PREPAItED TO HTCIFtW. X on Commission every description of property, such as Dry Goods, Groceries, Liquors, Furniture Carriages. Horses, eta. 1 eUio intend to, devote my .attention to sales ef rteal Estate and fersonat rroperty, at anj point. Wlinini.wvnt7iniie.ui iuvoiij. . a Conaisnrdents rwnectfnllvsoticitnrl.''- " I have a large room ever, my sales rooms for slorag purposes. KslMnv Baoereft Co. ji ir T: B; MfllBsV ,f. u. X; TVoodbary c uo. ' tene t-ewi--' Butler, Brother A Co, John Geary A Son. W.H.Bertaeajav,-''' Olerm AlhraU."i marlo-tf - " J- - -' x. r. bihohajc. t. a. ttomi DINCHAM it McCUFFEY, ATTORNlStS A'rI-A.W, I .&2?Jm o CTxittCofirav-roH omCE-In Fetdliy. Elcbardg t Co.'i BaMnsl, O GO CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER, CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION-WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER.. CONSTITUTION WATER. ' CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONST1 T UT10N WAT E R. CONSTITUTION WATER. CON'STlTUTlON.WATEJi. :i GREAT XlXJlMC23X"Sr 6 6 H S T. I T ,TJ T I O N f And the only known Remedy 1IAHKXFS and mSs&EM of the ; KWNCYS and. 1LU1EIC. 'I CONSTITUTION WATER Sf. : -V. I tr.. 1 Has been ironoaneed by the Medical Faenlty and the public, to il.. ..n.i.Jnrr .. Min.il, fnrlh.nnri. .UllVi win ""iuwi nimu.iit j il., I tV .f nianent euretn auaisrases oi ine oiu.uAvii.xji.irr ER, KIDNEYS and BLADDER that has ever boon tereeVM,.:!;r : J.'i'L ' ! '' 1' It is not a MTNERAL WATER. It Is from exne. vinlui. tlinfc ( lJONSTITUTION WATER basemenat- ed, and we now say let no man doubt, whon a single battle has been known to- cure diseases which the best medics! talent in the eonntry failed to relieve. ' A remedy possessing the virtues of Constitution Water cannot be classed under "quack" prepara tions, as it is now naod by the most scientiflo prac titioners in the eity. It is only second-elass physi cians that cry down popular remedies, while the bet-' every means to aooompush, a cure; and the success as his knowledge of different remedies enables him to produce a cure, wnue outers iau m me attempt. Science Is satisfied with the truth. . . ... ., . .., Give Constitution Water a fair trial we moan yon who are under some ipkoialst's care from year to year, and we particularly allude to ladies who are constantly resorting to I.OCAA thkatmknT, and all sorts of local applications for diseases, with as much chance of success as there would be from local ap plications to the throat for diseases of the brain. We have always been careful to use language In our circular tliat could not shook the most delicate nivanitation. bnt we 'receive hianv enmmunuAtifin. from persons for whom Constitution Water is adapt ed, and of whose disease no mention has been made, that we have come to the conclusion that if the rem edy is capable of producing a cure, no matter what toe disease may De, u snouiu ne made Known. The medioine is put up for the pnblio and there should bs no exceptions. , . , v. .. DIABETES t Is a disease of the stomach and liver, acting through the kidnevs. and is without doubt, the most obsti nate disease, exocpt Consumption, that affects the human eonstitution. We have no space for discus sing causes, but will state that the effect of the dis ease is the conversion of the starchy principle (or Tegctuble portion of tho food) into sugar, which Stimulates the kidneys to an excessive secretion of water,. , Many persons suffer from this disease who are ignorant of it; that is, they pass large quantities during the day, and are obliged to got up from one to fifteen or twenty times during the night. No notice is taken of it until their attention is called to the large discharge of water, and often when it is so far advanced as to be' beyond the control of ordinary remedies. Another symptom is the great thirst, i ' l I . i . i : . n . .1 . . i , . . wniuu, wunn uie umeiuw is miiy esutnusnen, in in tolerable t k -valient drinJkt eonttanttu without bt ingtaUtftd; also dryness of the mouth, cracking of the lips, a sweet breath, in the more advances oases, and anally loss ot appetite, emaciation, and the pa tient gradually sinas irrnn exnaus.ion. Constitution Watkr is. witbont doubt, the onlv known remedy fortfiu&t4s, and we have as rauoh confidence that it is a specific as we have that opium will produce sleep, and truthfully say that it has oured every case in whiob it has been used. Stone In the Bladder, Calculus. Grara , el,Ilrick. Dust Deposit, Etc., Etc., . Diseases arising from a faulty isecretion in the One ease being too little, and accompanied by severe pain, and in tho other a too profuse secretion which will be speedily oured by the CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER i- CONSTITUTION WJ fcAI fER 1 ;:;: CONSTITUTION WATER' 7 . CONSTITUTION WATER- nt : CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER ' THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THE ONLY " THE ONLY : THE ONLY KJtUWH KK.MEUY FOR " KNOWN REMEDY FOR f KNOWN REMEDY1 FOR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR ' THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR , . THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR ; I THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR , j .:. THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR ' ',: . ; DIABETES. . ; Irritation of the Noek of tho Bladder, i Inflammation of the Kidneys, I Catarrh of the Bladder. Stranfuarr and Burning;, or Fainfnl ii' ' Urlnatlnsr. For these diseases It is truly it sovereign, remedy, and too mueh cannot be said in its praise. ' A single dose has been known to relieve ths most urgent syin- toras. . , , '.(;, ' Are yon troubled with that distressing pain in the small of the back and throneh the hinsf A tnnjmonn- fnl a day of the Constitution Water will relieve yon lis., magie. - ' ' . I ' " PHYSICIANS . : i i.t. IT...tM. n,. Imh hk mm im Iiii.Iim 4lAtta and juniper in the treatment of those diseases, and only use mem lor want oi a oeuer remedy,, j . i CONSTITUTION WATEtt i Has proved itself equal to the task that has devolv ed upon it.. . i .: i ....... i. j, , , ! DIURETICS r,u .: irritate and drench the kidneys, and by constant nse soon lead to chronio degeneration end confirmed disease, i r (; ; We present the Constitution Water to. the pnblic With the conviction that it has no equal in relieving the class of diseases for which It has been fonnrf an eminently successful for earing; and we trust that we snail do rewarded loroureuortsinpiaomrso valT able a remedy in a Torin to meet the requirements Of patient am u pnysican. ; , .,,' BEAD I BEAD 1 1 BEADIfl I T)ilCTn.tk. Pk.. Jnne 1 HOT tin W GHHOQ-JMar Mr: ln February, U61, 1 was afflioted With sugar diabetes, and for five months I passed fore than two gallons of water in twenty-four noun, was obliged to get np as often as ten or twelve tim. during mo nignt,suio in nve monins I lost ntt' I procured two bottles of Constitution Water, ami in two days after using it I experienced relief, and .iwuKuiK inuouiuiu i wo. entirely cured, soon miter rogaiuiuK u usiuu goou neaim. I ours, truly, v;. . . J. V. i.1 BEWiTT. ! Bostom CoKNttRg, if. Y., Dee'. IT, W, Wit, H. Gnsiia A Co. Gents: I freelv jrive von liKAriv t make use of the following eertificate of the value of ixmstuution vvaier-wnion loan recommend in the iigne.1 manner.- iy wue was attacked with pain n the shoulders. Whole length of the back, and in lev Ii mo, wnn ralmtatinn of tn. Heart anil Irril.. tion of the "ladder. 1 called a physician, who attend ed her about three months, when-he left her worse than he found her, I then employed one of the beat physians I could find, who attended her for about nine months, and while shs wss nnder his oare she did not sudor quite as much pain. . He finally gave her np, and said "her ease was Incurable.. For," said he, "ehs has suoh a combination of complaints that medicine given for one operates against some Other of her afflictions." About this time shs com menced the nse of Constitution Water, and to our tatter astonishment almost the first dose seemed to have the desired effect, and shs kept on improving rapidly nnder its treatment, and now superintends enuruir ner domestic anairs. Due oas not taken an' of ths Constitution Water for about four wealui. nl we are happy to is that it fans .produced a permsr .Bub OUXS. r t . "!i 1 YPM "vixr Hfvowim ' m l Oil tfuimvuviillfj. WtTTiBMrtm.P, CoNW'Maroh 1. lMSD. W, . i)RItioDar Mri . liavins seen vour advertise ment oi ionstuuupn vr ator," recommended for in the 'Kidnevsrs.&d lrritattnn "nt th. SUi Jiladder, having suliered tor toe ?ast tlines years and tried the skill of a number ot physieians wUh bnly temporary relief, I. was Induced to try your tnedioine. I procured one kettle of font agehhrnt ilarttord, Messrs, se pisson o Cor, aad when I had Used half of it to my surprise I found a great change in my healths I have used two bottles of it. and am where I never expected to be in my life. Well,' and In trrwl anirilfl I nannnlnnMa mw m.1 iIiiiIa f . I feel that it Is all and more than yo recommend it w dvc mvj me tneBsiug 01 uoa ever atteuq. you, in your laouri ot lara, rours, iruiy, ' i j,, .,, .., ,! LEQNAKD (S.BIQELOW. FOB flAXE BT ALL CEU00IST8. PEICB $1 Uriii. II. GBECi Ac 'tio'. ' Prop rieteie DIOBGAN tc ALLEN, General Arts, No. S. Cliff 6(reef, Nst York, ! iaM Vinoinnu BURDSALsV OSLO 'deomopa ' . HEW 11 AT, CAP FUR STOKE. WE WILL 11 OFFER AT Reduoed prices, our stock of CdtEATIiY ! LADIES HIINK FURS, I.;. , , ,'FITCH FURS, ,v, .-.:.!. . i ;i;:.ir;':i:l-iJUTEBMIKf:-' . w CONY FURS, SIBERIAN SQUIRREL, Etc. CHILDREN'S WHITE CONY, ' o I COLORED CONY, i , ' ' - ..!',. ' SIBERIAN SQUIRREL SETS. i- j ... ' LADIES ; r-; r.1 ..', Fur, Trlml Slzatlng Caps. ' : LADIES :' ' ' ' 1 1 ITuiyTrini'a Xloodsj. ' ui'' ii. LADIES Silk, Heaver &, Felt Ilatfl. ''W: 'iro.r Q64 "ii'y South Illgh Street. Southeast Corner - . of tUgU sua el Friend Streets, ''Cfolxuatxla-txm, Oi1-' '.' ''' . C. BBERLY & CO. deo23 -tl-'.! .'?'' '"'f t ' '' ' Oinpinnati Law and Collection Offioei ISTAIMSHiD A. D. 1840, THOMAS POWELL, -A.ttoxTQ.oy At XaSXlXTf . .AKD..;,;.-; ., , C0L1ECTI0N OFFICE, I VO. MASONIC TEMPLE,' j . .. Cincinnati. ' 'Remittances ttt all cases made immediately on the Collection of any claim. I The following references are given by permission of the parties, with whom Mr. Powell has for many years neen acquainted. ,.!; i Samuel N. Pike, Esq. . Joeenh C. Butler, Esq, 1 I W, it. Smith A Co. , : i j BakerAVonPhul. ' i - Tvler. Davidson A Co. ! Hon. W. B. Caldwell Ex-Chief Justice of Ohio. i ' I). W. Corwin, late King, Corwin A Co. ; Clark, West A Co., Ul and 123 Duane St.. N. Y Samuel S. Bowman A Co., 17 John St., N. Y. j Wm. H. Powell, Esq., No. East 22d St., N. Y, dec21-'6J-tf . . j ' fJ MIIOMlOtTED. J , Palmonarr Consamptioa a Carakie Disease. i.T .: ..' ... , . .'1 . i. vi : ! . A O A. ItD. : I TO CONSUMPTIVES.- ' i The nadsrstgned having been restored to health In bw weeks, by a v.ry si rpU reaesy .after hsvini suffer ed several jeers, with a .eve's lang aSeetlon, end that 4ead disease. Oon.ami'Uon Is anxious lo nake known to bis hliew-nSersra ths means of curs . To all who desire It, be sill send a oopy ef the prss srtpttea sued (free sfoberfeKwI'k) the directions for prs pailag and uilog the Sam) whloh they will And a tur eos 'or Oosionmoa, Asthma, Eioikhitis, Ooosbs, Jolds, sis ' Ths only object of Ins advertiser In Mad- the pmorlptloB H to bentllt the afflleied, and srraad InlbrmsUon whisk hs eone.rvM.to bs Invslnabls, and ks hopes svsry sntsrsr will ry -his raaedf, M It Will snst then aotblnf, and aay prove ablesalDg. f artles wlshlogths prseerlptloa will please sddrses ' EsT.'BDWIAD A. WILslON, Wlltlansburg, ' " Kings enajr. Hew Tori' NOTICE TO SHIPPERS OF :!') f;: Tallow, Lard, Bacon, Pork, Beef geneeal iesteen: peoduoe. The undersigned pay their rarticular Attention ' ' ' . To the sale of ths above articles, and ' ' " ' Consignments sent to them will be - PROMPTLY DISPOSED ' OF AND ' ' QUICK BETUBNS MADE,' on very advantageous terms, we tsane WEEKLY PRICE CURRENT of the above articles, which we mall srratis so iseis sessains; ineir aaaress so ABRAm KNIGHT Ac SONS,. ' 3 Water Street, N Y.'Citf dect'6M6n .,, .-u.a.:-. i. -,i BENNO SPE YER'S BANKING HOUSE, Qommissidiv Porwarding and , -..Notarial Ufflce, Ji GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY Bremen, Hamburg & Havre Steamers. AP ALSO RAILROAD TICKET AGENCY, EAST A!I 'WEST. . IVosu 7 and 9 West Third Street, t O .is f. ' 1 ' t ; " S , - J (Corner Uln.) OixxoixxxiAtl, O. eU.18ei-tf ,: ' "l " r r. A. 8KLLS. ton. OU1TMKB. cSELLS & GUITNEn, WholesaleGrocers AMD V Commission Merchants. -DEALEBS IN-' ' Flour, Salt, Fish, Water Lime and Plaster, I ' .- i Bontheast orner Town and Fsnrth Btrsets. i m r . . v ' c 2 ' Oolumlausi, O. oet38-dtf MERCHANT TAILORING.' I HAVE JTST BECEltTEI inBECT LY from the East, the best assortment of Gcntlcmcix's Wear ever brought to this city, which I will sell at very low figures for Cash. Please call and examine be tors purotuuin tLtmehr. . , JOHJf Hirwrris. isp23-dua 'o. 339 South Hih Bueet.-' ! ' t I Thk pecnliar taint or Infection which we call SonoFCL Inrks lr the ' constit'dtloni . o , multitudes of men. I ' cither produces or it procluoed by h en feebled, 'Vitiated stn.e of tlia blooil, wherern thnt fluid becomes (r ' competent to , sustain the vital forces in tlicir Vifrbrons Action, and , lonVcS' the svHtcm to' full intd nV6rur n'nd decay;' The scrofulous contnmindtioii is variously cntistd by merenrial disease, low livinir, disonlerod iliccstion from : nnl.icaltli v food, impure air,, filth. nd filthy habit., tlie depressing vires, nnil, .bovo nil, by tho venereal infection. Wlintever lio its origin, U is licrcditnry in the constitution, ilesc'ending " from parent to cliihli-en unto tin third and fourth' (rciicriltiiin ; " indeed, h seems to lo the. rod of Him who snys, " I will visit, the initpii,' ties of tlio fathers upon their children." The 'diseases which it originates take various names, according to tho. orpins it attacks. In-tlio lungs. Scrofula produces tubercles, and finnllr Consumption ; in' the. gland!; swellings which suppurate and hctoine ulcerous sores j in ths stomach and bowels, derangements which pro duce indigestion,' dyspepsia,, nnd lirer com plaints; on the skin,, eruptive and cntnneous nrteftion. These nil- having the same origin, require the some remedy, viz. purification and in vibration of the blood... Purify the blood, mid tlic.so dangerous ! distemper ' leave ' yon. Willi feeble, foul, 'or corrupted blood, yon can not have health : with that " life of the flesh " healthy, you cannot have scrofulous disease.' '' ' J" .'' Ayer's Sartapatiila 11 ' is 'compounded from' the' most effectual anti dotes tliat medical soinuce has discovered for 'this afllicting distomper, and for the cure of.lhe disorders it entails;-.-. Thnt it is far sUlieriov to any other remedy yet devised, 'is known by all wl6 have given it a' trial. '' That it docs com-; bine! virtues truly extraordinary in their effect upon this, class of complaints, is indisputably Di-ovon by tlie ereat multitude of publicly' known and remarkable 'cares it has made of tho following diseases t King's Evil ror Glandular Swellings, Tumors, , Erup tions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores, Err-1 sipelas, Rose or St Anthony's Fire, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Coughs from tu berculous deposits in the lungs, White Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia. Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis aha Syphilitic Infections, Merenrial Diseases, Female Weaknesses, end, indeed, the wh6le series of complaints that arise from, impurity of the hloodi Minute reports of individual ,cftcn may he found in Ater's Amkricas Almanac, which is furnished to the druggists for gratuitous distribution, wherein may bo learned the directions for its uw, end some of the remarkable cures which it has made when all other remedies had . failed to afford relief. Those twos are purposely taken from all sec tions of the country, in order thnt every reader may havo access to some one. who can speak to him of its benefits from personal experience Scrofula depresses the vital energies, and thus leaves Its victims fur more subject to diseae nnd its fatal results than are healthy constitu tions. Hence it tends to shorten, .and does greatly shorten, the average duration of human life. The vast importance of these considera tions has led us to spend years in perlecling a remedy which is adequate to its cure; . This ' we now offer to the public under the nnmo of Avf.h's Sabsapakilla, although it is com pocd of ingredients, some of which exceed the best of SirniiiariUa- in alterative power. By its aid you may protect yourself from the suffer ing and danger, of theae disorders. Purge out the foul corruptions thnt rot 'and fester in the blood ; pnrpe out the causes of. disease, and viorutu health will follow. By its peculiar virtues this, remedy stimulates the vital func-1 lions,, and .thus, expels tlie distempers -which lurk within tlie system or burst out on any part of it. i : ; ' vVn Icho-vt the pnhlic have been deceived by many coinKuiitU of Snriuxtrilla, thnt promised - mnch and did nothing ; hut they will neither be deceived nor disappointed in this. Iu virtues have been proven by abundant trial, and there remains no question of its surpassing excellence for the cure of the afflicting diseases it !h in tended to reftclj,' Aithougb. nnder the . tame name, it is a, verv different medicine from any other wliich has been before the people, and is far more, effectual 'than any other which has ever been available to them. ,lT . , ATTEB'S- -- r. .: r: o-.' CHERRY : PECTORAL; - Tho. World's i Great . Hemedy for j Coughs, Colds,1 Inoipient Con-.. ,, sumption, and for the relief v;1 . of Consumptive patients i 1 in advanced stages of the disease. .. '' . This has licen bo long nscd and so nnivcr snllv known; that we need do no more than asnro ttio punllc that its qunlity is kept up to the licst it cycr, has been, and that it may be relied on to do all it has ever done. ' Prepared hy ' Dr. J. C. Aykr & Co., ' , ,. practical and Analytical Vhtmtttt, Lowell, Mas. Sold by all 'druggists everywhere. Sept. I. IWS-dkwsowly .. ,. , FRENCH'S HOTEL, i I .- On the European Flan, of :iVTr York. Single Eooms Fifty Cents per Daj, j . City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort Street, ;; :,r: .c,.:,:;,:.;: .n.lf f i i Meals as ther mar be ordered tn the snaelnns re. fectory. There Is a Barber's Shop and Bath Booms attached to the Hotel. - Beware of BUNtiUEg and HACKMEM who say wo are mil. . R. FRENCH, Proprietor Peb. '3-dly . ' . '-Tu. ... 0. BI8HTIKE. . Br LEONARD. J, N, CL08SMAN COLUMBUS PAPER MILL. j -"- ' Friend Street. W, Ohio Canal. 4 RISHTINE, LEONARD & CO., T ANtrFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF BOOK IPEINTDTG & NE WS PAPEB STrhe'hla-heet price In Cash psUd far feed Uags. 1 A ood article of all she bf Wrapplnj Paper kept i janl'el- tf ..... . . i DENISTISON HOUSE, ' t .1.,, , ..:,JT r.i . ' ', -i fiit a vr ' :) VllMx ML, bet. Main and yciunors i , CINCINNATI, OHIO. :' n.l i- k.MKWt e.'t -j ' 'it!.' e.'.i. e.-i.!- -' ' ci-r t ' "f-J CORBTTf OA ttiKHER, twiJ' ..-i:vl I 4 "') i.ll( mms iTOTEI ttAS 'BEE iiicpATnirn im X Bentud throHghoat. nd is now open to ths PUUIIUi A Ul wiwiieuH., . IW.BH OI me Uoddard llonse, Maysville. Ji.y solioit the patronage of the traveJiiut eomannitv. No pains will be spared to Btv satisfaction t ta - of ths House. . fT r . s-4 s ti f BITTERS : ' ARI NOT ; TO BE. EXCELLED;, -t;;.'n'i J' ...i.-.is'-. 'iiJul ASA BTOMAOHIO I. Ai'y;;-. : AS DIGESTIVE ORGANS.., . A'l ;.(. . VD-VtVCtVi VtJ,K i f V ',"! vv a ji vttvedJvo - y ; vuct)i'tvVvvai,wf fvVYfcc Xyvoev avwt., ws v t'i 1 . I ! ;. I . ' ! ii..H'-:l '. " '.'T .Km jf evev curia) jxgmu, . i ' ''' "Liver Corhplairit, , ( ! Indigestion, " ' 1 !;,:, -Jaundice,-. , ,: ;. i Kidney Complaints, ; Wtxr Mvvive-. ' ; ot ov.V too txv : .... ; x r I -I t A .c Vhese itttra ard put up in qiuart I bottles, of iuhioh the obous u a similm. ,T7i tafcet , W Jinny en- , -gra.vit and, :is- provided wilK! a ! tafe'i guard. . '. .from, '. oqunterfei tertl'. '. . ' Prio $1 per bottle, or six for 4?j. ; ' '""in' tyf, JRohaok, Proprietor,'. Cin.J i j; to-ivhorn1 all orders ' should be ad j dressed,'- x '- " '?' ' :"t ! Ojfioe and flftimtf notary, JJos. 5, 38, 60, and 62 Eay,Third Btreei i BrtiJ Dealers, Generally, ; ' ; '," --1 1 i .1 . in " jm'i 1 ', II IX- Uk'. ' 3ES STAMJCSilEP 1700.7! Peter Liorillard 1 Snuff anil Tobacco If anuoacturer, ' f;"'l todTTCHAliBEBS STREET,'"1. l"m j '' (Formerly Chatham 8treet, jNew Teflrf.j'v'y Would Call the attention of dealers' to the articles etf his manufacture, rit: " j ..:;-.i;r. r '! Cl'i ! !) -'.-I l.t v.M Klaeaboy, : n. 1) I emigre. "-:! s .v. .'I .1. I -. JfineRwp' . ..W Pure Virfflnla,, :l!a,',? , Coarfe Bspnee, ' Naohitoohos, , American uentleman, Copenljagen.' .,i i ' - -'-' 1 iv.... u . ! t . -.-a ..,vTEixow,'8Kurr. , .... , . i BeMA;ml I ' Honey Dew Seotefcv !' Xt- ! Hlh T??fluS2,oton' -n rSSB HoneyDswSeotohl - Irish High Toast, , Fresh Scotch. or Lnndyfoot, I JSsrATTSltHOIf llOilinTOTSl llIU SKlmO- TION IK PHICI8 OF FINR-CUS CBDWrHS AND &UOX' IltO 10BAC008, WHICH WILL, BI lOWt Ot A SCrT RJORQUALITr. . ' .-'' ' '"' ' ''-'" TOBACCO. ' ' BMOKIKO: mokiko; FiyE-ccT cnEim6,1ssioicira.s onir, P. A. L.. or plain. B Jago. r, ao 1, Cavendish, or Sweet, Spanish,'1- w v Ps'-. AO. I " ,ri V Jm,?iWri Oronooo, Oanastsnf ' JN os. 1 A V '1 in Foil Cavesdjsh. . Ttirkissui f 'Mi. WP" 1W.. J..-' 1 . -' .4 ' 1 N. B.A olreular ot srices will ba ..nt 'JL'JLu atlon.. JT'T," j Tl"i augua-di .. .j v,;,) I',,;",,,,,,,;,,,,,.,;, v;jti, ,(i 1 " '" 1,1 1" " -in 1 P' 1 tit of Phalbs EstaauUhmwC KTJ 'l nopRiEToa or the irrtV'Tbsiit1 rashiunahlii Hlil., ti.;. vmn. uk. TV. CurlinsJfi'gVdrTXZTrT .i-t -c-nis '-wei;i the Basemen of the Nell'Itonse. tindet, 7 friVw(v rtewatlsfaction iU'-'Jb 'renj lin'tte'ta Ladie?' and Chlldrtn'l Bait Prss.lttl doW Iff Uie leststyle.fk ' HU-dly . t-.i