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WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia. RAILROADS. r rtxtclnnatL, Dartoa, Klcnnaond, . - Indianapolis CTucagiO. tin taont Chang at Car t?"7i"fnd a I tan so K pons u Oa" and after Monday, Hot. W, 1863, Train will roua TRAiris daTuTfrom colurbus. ! ,:., (Sunday excepted.) ... 'first train. . im nivfnv nTpmrnNn A flu 145 A, M.. toppingat London. Asms, 3n "J" aWornand Hamilton, VriI,in,t'I,0,n!i!ti.'ia?f A M i Riohmond. 35 A. M.; Iudienapuli, a A. JLi ClfieBgo, : P-M. , - ' .-, A&D CHICAGO. BAIN-W- S0 A. M.. itoDDing at ell stations qn th L. M. t;. A. B. K., eooneotlng "with th. train on lb. ManetU A C.nouir SiU R. R. for Hillsboro,Chilliooth. and Manett driving at Cincinnati at 105 A. M.i at Dayton. 6M ATM.i .tapping at all station. i on th. West ern RailroaS, arriving at Richmond at 10-JS A. M.. tnditneimlia. 1:36 P.. M.i Chicago. 835?. M. ..... .i sjTN. B. ThU train la the quickest from Columbus to CblcaeoUiine occupied being 16 hours, ivchicb, is three hours quicnex man hy-any other atauroaa roure. (.. ;n ) irnrruT TPATW' m. nivrnu D iPTTXffiUTi AWT) i' RnrinrTalley. Corwin. Fort Anoient, Mor- itAnmnff u lAnnon. iiuw intvui vwuawa v i.wm Lenii row, .South Lebanon. Foster'. Loveland. l,amp P.nnison Cinoinnat Milford ana gngin. ,;jI,"V,"l J" einoinnati atJS P. -t Dayton rtJ r.M.tiuc n- ond at P. , jn.; maianapoiw w CkieaffO.S.'OOA. M. FOURTH TKAin. IMA. M. Sleeping: Cora oa IVlffbc Trabw. N. B. For further Information apply at th. Co lnmbnl Union Depot Tioket Umo. ol . , M. I DOIIERTT, ( . Tioket Agent. - ,., . . .. T. 1XUGH, Agent. p. W.HTHADEB, V Bnperintndent,J Colnmbns, Nov. IT, IBM. - ' - ; MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leavesat S3 P. M.. Hopping at all itatwm on tne u. in. a, v. g .a. K. R.. .xoept Clavivill., ort Aneient, Branoh Hill, Viarmrvill. and PlainvUle. arriving at Cincinnati at I Winter Arrangement. 1864. 1864. EAST. ins CENTRAL OHIO AND STEUBENVILLE RAILROADS "" OFFEK THE QnlckeMt and liable Koute TO 6bortet, Moat' Be Fitt.karch, Barrlannrt; Baltlmare, , -fVa.hlngrton Cftr Phlladelpbla, ;.; .;..! , New York and po.ton. Xtlreoi eonneetiona are mad. at Bellaira with th. . HAXTIflfOBE V OHIO RAILROAD, .! And at Plttabnrgh with th. - - XSYLiVAJWA CETrntAJL JLtL , Train, lear. Colomboi daily (Sunday! .zevptod) .foUow.t i j- i.-.i c ; ' NIGHT EXPRESS Leave. Colnmbnl, via C.n teal Ohio R. R.,4:O0 A. M.; will .top at all itationi when lignaled; arriving at Bellaire at 10J5 A. M.; Baltimore, C:00 A. M.; Washington City, M A. M. Eight train daily to Philadelphia and New York: ileo eonneot at Bellaire for Pittiburgh, Earriibuir Philadelphia and New York. NIGHT EXPRESS. VIA STECBENVILLE- Leavea Colnmbns 4.-00 A. tl.: Steubenvul., 12:10 P. M.1 arrive at Pituburgh Sio P. M.; leave" PitU turgh 4-35 P. M.; Harrisbnrg. rjV) A. M.j PhUadel- inil.TwA. M.; I.w lora, via rouaaeipnia, u JI.; Baltimore, t:00 A. M. Waahintton City. M A.M. ' NEW YORK EXPRESS, VIA STEUBEN- VILLE Leave Colnmbnl 1040 A. M.i arrive at 8toubenviUe ( Dorgn, i r. a.: . u. i- DUfg. W A. in.; xuiiwiwihii., i..w a. York, via Allentown, irt P. M.; via Philadelphia, S' P. VL Baltiaort, 11M A. U4 Waabiaf tn City, 0P. M. DAY EXPRESS, VIA CENTRA t OHIO B. R. jeavel liolumous aw r. m.; win iwpniiiiuiuviu and arriv. at Bellaire 10KM P. M.; Grafton, i 36 A. XT- Piarfmont. 630: Cumberland. t-JSi Martinabnrc. 11)45: Harper' Ferry. l.8 P. M-f. Baltimore, K Washington City. :35; Pbiladelpbia, 100 II. Eight train to New York daily. Arrive at PitUbnrg :l5 A. Mi Harrisbunr. 12:45 P. M.; Philadelphia. t-30. New York, 10K0 P. M.; BalUmora.60 P. 11.; Waihington City, P. M. 2 I .! I. A. UVTCHinSOIV. i General Pa. Agentv. 1 January 15,1884. r ; . j .1- i.... - To Indianapolis Direct without Change of Cars. Winter Arrangement. 1863. Columbus . M 3 mutt AND INDIANAPOLIS R. R. LINE. for TJrfcana iprlaff leld, naytan. PI ana. Ulcnmoni dc lauaupau. r. .. , through to Indianapolis T ..,K WITHOCT CHANGE OP CABS, - nod bat one change to4 LoultriDe, St. Louis and On an after Mawday . War. 10, 1863,' ',, . . 1'rain will leave Colambo a follows ij FIRST TRAIN.'"' : INDUNAP0LIS EXPRESS-Ai SK A. HV onneotin direot at Piqna at 4:35 for Troy and Day ton; at Riohmond at 6:30 for Andubon, Loganaport and Chicago, and at Indianapolis at 6 for Loui ville, T.m Haute, Eransrill., Cairo, St. Louis, Lafayette,- fcprinjrneld, Quinoy, Bw Joseph, Chicago, and au wesvwn ana noFUHveatern puiuw. . .'. .-. f-: aj-COND TRAIN. r( TJRBA5A ACCOMMODATlON-AtSS A.JM.. eonneoting at o rbana at 11:30 for Bellefontaine, Kea- V INDf ANAP0LI3 EXPRESS-At ' 1:4 P. ' it. eonneotiug direot at Milford. south, for Mechanios- bnrg and opnngneia, ana nonn ior jnarysviii.ana 1lAl.w.re- ml llrbaua at S:4S for Bellefontain. and HuntsvillK at Piqua at 5.-06 for Troy, Dayton, Union, Hanoi, and W inane en at tticnmona at 73 tor An rAenoo, Logansport. Peoria and Chicago; and at Ior dienapolis at KM forJLpiuirUl. SU ioui. Chicago rMdaUwwtuaoitia. . m v i ' FOURTH TRAIN. -. PIQUA EXPKE8S-At6:15P. M., eonneeUng at 8-45 with Dayton and Michigan R. R. for Lima, Ft. (Wavne,Cbieago,Tolfrdo and Detroit. t afth. s A. II. train of this line is the only 'tiigtti train from Columbus for Indianapoli, Terr. ' Eagle. lafayeUaand Ctticago. an" th. waatorn oitie. ' Sleeping Cars are Bnn n Ifbt Traine ,, Tbti i th. only tbronrh rout, betweean Coloaboi I &4 Indianapolis, and Ut. only route on wh ion c . : TitroTJCh Tickets can bo Koldv ' Th. ears of tMs lire start from the depot on tie ' vert tide of High Street, opposite the Cinoinnari rPffihU rwtfe fber. f no ennr b( Car between . f'lun)h'Hnd lniMsnnpous, and no other route with '-at .aniB -Tf ,u' .a ,i, .. ' J . mirT:oiist OieColnmboSanilT-ilUn. tj-.u Lvpot, tber.by svuig a ouatige of Can at " T.nci. . ": . . ' ' i. irt cr T;"T-' fT n !nfoniar''n, srrlr at ft. Vfi..imwi ins UfiioN WoiCoiBMc . ' ' if. o. CAKES r General 8spW F. C5IA5PI. , .... .. . p c-n.nj THhei Agtoic-' 1 ' t3. B. Bl-lOWr t CeJumko. Nov. at, lvif- . :.iiC3-f 7 t.. ... 1863. 1863. Winter Arrangement. TIME CHANGED. Great Northern and Eastern Route. Cleveland, Columbus AND CINCINNATI miuiiiuj in umiwuiH,J,p."-;"''J RAILROAD. . Ilxx-se Train 3D,ily , 'EXCEPT SUNDAY. : ' From Columbui. in eonneotlon with Train oa th. Tittle BUsunl Columbus dfc XenLn FIEST TRAIN. ' rtnim TTPDrs4-lMTM Colnmbnl at IM A u u;:n ... tumin. Aahlsv. Cardinrton. OilMd. Galion, and at all iitaUoM north of tiajioai arriving at uiernana i'"""" II.; JJunalo, D3 r. m.; few ior, siaw ji. j loston. S:6 r". M.. vmeago, Tia vmuiMkimr. PiMJburg. 8:30 P. M.; Philadelphia. 7.-00 A., H4 Chioag.YiaOrafton.atl03or.i. y u ,, SECOND TRAIN. NEW YORK EXPRESSLearei Colnmbnl at 1030 A. M. Will iitop at Uelawar., arainrum, Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington and Grafton; arriving at laereiantt at j r. Iw.bi.k B.iVr P MTTl,,(rln BiO P. M New York JI V U. llulnn A4& t M l PittJlhuiV. Via CfBSt- tin, at T:&0 P. M.; Philad.lphia, 10.-00 A. M.J Chica go, via Urafton, at A. m. ' 1 1 . ' -j . ! .. THIRD TRAIN. ' ' T- - MAIL AND EXPRESS Leave Colnmbnl at J0 at 9 P. M. Will atop at all itauom sontn oi oneioy.ana Salam. New London, Wellington, Grafton and lerea: arriving at weveiana at w r. m.; Liunsira 4.ia A. M TfuffitTn. 4:20 A.' M.i New York. -M r. M.! Boston, 436 P. M.; Pittsburg, via Crastlin., at 130 A. M.i Philadelphia, 6-JW P. M.: Chicago. 10i40 A. sLj Chicago, via Ural ton, at lu-u A. At. . , , , ! ' CONNECTIONS. ; ,. , ..... ' At Delaware with Springfield Branch fox 8pr nf leld and all points on that road. At Crestline with Pituburg, Ft. .Wayne and Chi- .aco Railroad for Pittsburg, rauadeipuia and uain- mor. Also for Chicago. . , . At Rhalhr. with Sandnskv. Mansfield and Newark Railroad for all point on that road., Also, for loj- i A t ilr&flin Tap Toledo. 1 At Cleveland, with Lake Shore Railroad for Erie, Dunkirk, iunaio, a ew i ora ana oeaton. , :, , ,j Patent Sleeping Can are rut on all i '. XiLent Iralna to sjnicago, new 1 ! ..... York and Itotrton. ' triiimn sharked thronch to New Xork and Boston, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and New Xork, via UreaUine. I RETURNING l Night Ezpres arrive at Colnmbnl at 1KB P. M. ' . Cinninnmli EmrHi arrive at Colnmbnl at 1:20 P. II. Columbus Aooommodation arrival at Colombo! at IMA, M. Fare as Lew as bjr any other Rente Aak for Tioket via CresUiue'or CleveiandJ . E. 8. FliDfT, " Sup't., Cleveland, Ohio.' ' JABIE8 PATTERSON, ' Agent, Columbus, Ohio. Colnmbnl, Nov. 10, 1883. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS or Tallow, Lard, Bacon, Pork, Beef AND GENEEAL WESTEBN PEODUOE. i ' .. ..'t;i it.: it (!... . Th undersigned pay their . " Particular Attention - To th. sal. of the above artioles, sad Consignments sent to them will he ' PE0MPlLX,DISPOSni.0E AND QUICK EETUENS MADE,' 5 on very advantagenns terms. Tve Is.ne a WEEKLY rHICE SJUKKEUT Of the aaare article., which we mail gratis to ibm. awaiunaj ineir saaareae ae ? ABRAiri KNIGHT SONS, 3. Water street, M Y.Citr. dee lt'O-dSm 7 .1 . ; rr ; r-f 1 rrT-r ll'OOLM,- MILES; J rHWAlDS, (SUCCESSORS TO GEO. A WM. Mo DONALD f 1 n 124 Senth High Street.1 PSOrSTJCZORS OF TUB C0LUXBUI POWDER IIAGAZINK. '' . ' ' 1 ' ' A CENTS FOR THE SALE Or THE MKDBERY WHITE WHEAT FLOUR. Agent forth sal. of Gardner, Pbippt A Co.! Su gar Cured Uams, -; v. ; Dealers in . . , ,i ) CHOICE FAMILY - GEOCEEIES Of every Description, Imported and Domestic. Fine Wines, Cordials, Liquors, Severs, Olive Oil. Sardine, etc. jSeT All a-ood delivered free of niaiadly ; .j , No. Ut Sooth. High.8ti ,.A,Card. rpUrE tTNDEBSIGtXEO BESPECTFTE. X LY informs, herewith, the publio in general. tnat oe wui Close, irom and alter tne nrst day of nut month, th. " ..... Columbus City Drug; Store, kept since the last eight yrara part under the Una of A. 8CHUELLER A SON, and that h will re move tne aaia urug otore to tne agte Drug Htore, on the Southeast corner of High and Rich streets, which he purchased from the estate of his deceased brother, Ernst Sohueller, and will eontinue for the future in hi own nam. Beln. verr thankful for paat favors, he take the liberty to remark that be is an examined Apothecary, and having a large well se lected itock of goods on Band, he hope to receive at the new itand of the business a share of the public patronage for the future, and wishes to see at the new plaoe, as well hi old friend and ostomer a also many new ones- and especially would say that all prescription! will oe carefully compounded at any umeuunng uieoay ana nignt. r ;f..r -Columbus. Ohio. January 29th. 1HS4. ... - -j- a , AUGUST ). tiCHDELLER n .JHs.'t'..t.-u--i rPwfW We lt. KiVT, AUCTIONEER.'" BATiTTW, -j v f r rjr- ArfD Commission JfJopms, -I-o.l04flkntnnthjStreet. A3t NOW PREPARED TO RCCEITI on Commission srrerv desfirintion of nrnnertv. such as Dry Good. Grooeriei, Liquors, iuruitore Carriages, tlorses, ete. . . t . I also intend to devote m? attentlod is Was of Heal b(tate ana rersonat rropenyr at ear point, within twenty mile ef the oity. - vAnotio8 Dale, every evening.. . v r - r Consignments respectfully solioited. "'' 1 have a large loom over my sales roams foe Steng gOrpOtS.' ; ' r x X 'f t ' IT'Tl i tys:iouuriaoTreii vo. J., a a. a tuuav i. rvood&nryaco, 1 1 htone Lewi, i 1 nr. Brother! Co.. ; : John Geary A Son, U.ReaLiaanx. . . .. leun A Thrall. Buylo-tf ... . ., . ;.. i B. f. STX8HAX.' I. e. sr'aorriT . i CI N CHAM L McCUFFEY; ATTOrmEYS "A.X ", - C0LUMJC8, OHId. OFFICB-Ia Headlet. Rkhardi A Go 's Bulldlne. aii-eijr .i ..i, -t IK .-.--if CONSTITUTION 'WATER. fA -.a v.i . , c:; , C0NSTITUTIQN WATER.. CONSTITUTION WATfcB. CONSTITUTION WATER. , CONSTITUTION .WATKR. h. .J CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATKR. CONSTITUTION WATER. CONSTITUTION WATKR. cKliB?f8ApS: ; ozt.snjaL'r zuazhX3DZ-s C 6 NSTITUTIO N i "!.' --.-t "i. .0 . .... TV ; ( '' : ' And the only known Remedy i i : " -r.w.f .(:; , j .. DaAntTTRS and DISEASES of the 1 . and BLAJ1EII. CONSTITUTION WATER Has been pronounced by the Medical Faculty and the publio. too. th. most wonderful remedy for the per- publio, to be tne most wonoenui remeay for in. per rnsnnnt nnni nf all liiinaaaa nf the STOMACH. LI V ER, KIDNEYS and BLADDER that ha vw bean OtTered. - . . . , it is not a MINERAL WATER. It it from expe tienoe that. CONSTITUTION WATER hasemenat d, and we now say let no man doubt, when a siurl. botue Has been known w cure aiseases wnion uie best medical talent In the country failed to relieve. f A remedy possessing the virtues of Constitution Water cannot be elassed under "quack" prepara tions, a it Is now nsed by tne most soientino prso titioner in the eity. It is only second-class phT.l eiani that crv down nonular remedies, while the bet ter skilled make use of every means to aooomplish a cure: and the success of the physician increases a his Knowledge of different remedies enable him to produce Arfure, while othitrs fail in the attempt. Science is saTisfied with the truth. . Give Constitution Waterafair trial we mean you who are under some bpioialst's oar. from year to year, and we particularly allude to ladies who are eonsianuyre.un.inK w iaiuai, ma athbht, ana an ,.r i i i : A. j:.uu. wi. u u UIW VI IVUM .V)IU.,IVI1. IUI UID..IIIIU. TCI.U UIUUI chance of success as thore would b. from local ap- Plications to tne inroat ior a meases oi tne Drain. . W.htTS alwavs been earefdl to nsa lananaire In our circular that oonld not shook th. most delicate organisation, out we receive uiinij ooiumnuioaaons from persons for whom Constitution Water is adapt ed, and of whose disease no mention has been made. that we have oom. to the oonolusion that if the rem edy is oapable of producing a cure, no matter what the disease may be, it should be made known. The medioine is pu t up for the publio and there should 99 no exoeyuuua. V DIABETES i ' Iiei th.k J I.-... M .U. .I....I M4 It-.- -A.tnkMMV . U 1 . a ii w ui .u iwiuhu will iiiniMiiu wiwwy kidneys, and i without doubt., the most obsti nate disease, except Consumption, that affect th. human constitution. W. hav. no space for discus- sine eauses. but will state that the effect of th. di aaa is the conversion of th. starchy nrincinle (or VMfltahie nortion of the food) into surer, whioh stimulates the kidney! to an excessive secretion of water, alany persons tuner Irom tnn aisea. wno are ignorant of it; that is, they pass large quaatirio during the day, and are obliged to get ap from one to fifteen or twenty times during the night. No notice i taken of it until their attention is called to th. lane disoharre of water, and often when it i so far advanced a to be beyond tne control of ordinary remedies. Another symptom is the great thirst. waion. wueu wo uiseaae is iuuj emaousueu, is in tolerable 1. catient drink cotutantlu without bt- tug tatted; alsadryness of th. month, .racking of tn.ups, a sweet oreatn, in tne more auvanoes case. and finally loss of appetite, emaciation, and tne pa tient gradually link irom exnaustion.. VONSTITDTION W ATRB II, WllDOUt doubt, IB. only nown remedy for dtaostes. and wa have a moon eonndenoe tnat it i a speoine as w. bare tnat opium Will nroduce aleen. and truthfully sar that it ha pared every ease in which it ha been used. j ... - I - ' i" -. .!.. f; tone In the Bladder,' Calealae, Grawe ei, Atricat as d.i A.epo.ii, km., etc., Diieasei arising from a faulty leereHon In the on. ease being too little, and accompanied by severe pain. and in tne other a too p rot us. seoreuon wniob wui he speedily eur4 by the : . , CONSTITUTION WATER i CONSTITUTION WATER r , CONSTITUTION WATKR CONSTITUTION WATER .' : CONSTITUTION WATER ...CONSTITUTION WATER . , CONSTITUTION WATER it JUJSTITUUUA WATtK CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY .. THE OJILY KKUWJ KK Mr. " THE ONLr KNOWN REMEDY ; THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY HE ONI KNOWN REMED1 KNOWN KEMElSf HE ONI TaK i ONLY KNOWN REMED1 rHE ONLY KNOWN RKMEftl THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY ', Irritation el the Neck ef the Bladder, i laf lamination ef the Kidnere, Catarrh ef the Bladder. ' : Strangnarr and Bnrnlng, or Palnfnl J-.i ':. t 1 ruaung .' . . j... ' For the, disease It is truly a soverelm veined v. aad too much eannot be laid in it. praise. A sinila a os use pees snowa to reiier. in. most argent sym Are yon troubled with that distressing pain in th. email of th. back and through th. hipsf A teaspoon ful a day of th. Constitution Water will relieve yog uk. nagio. i - ... . ... ,., PHYSICIANS Have lone slno. rives nn th. use of bneehn. n haha. and juniper in th. treatment of those disease, and oniy us mem ior want oi a Dener remeay. . CONSTITUTION ' WATER ' ' Has proved itself saual to th. task that has devoir. sd upon it. -I.?... DIURETICS 7 Irritate snd drench the kidneys, and bv constant nsa soon leaa 10 caronia aeg.n.rauoa sua oonarmed disease. w e present tne constitution water to- the Dahlia with the oonviction that it ha no equal In relieving the class of diseases for which it has been found an eminently suoees.ful for curing; and we trait that we snail b. rewaraea ior our en oris in placing so val uable a remedy in a form to meet th. requirement oi paueni ana pnysican. . .. ... 1 ' nrinl nrimi nrinitt ' ' rinrrit.La'.'- Pi.. June 1. ISfll T).' Wr."tT Grboo JborStr. la February. 1861, 1 was afflicted witn sugar aiaoeies, ana for nr. months i passed more than two gallon of water in twenty-four hours. I wat obliged to get np as often as ten .or twelve tima dnrins the niiht. and in five month I lost fifty pound in weight. During the month of July, 1861, 1 procured two- bottles of Constitution Water, and In two days after using It I experienced relief, and after taking two bottlo I was entirely cured, soon at tor regaining my usual good j"" , f)Uwttf'1 Boirrfin Coairsaal N. V.. Dea IT. 1M1. Ws! R. Gbsoo A Co. GenU: I freely civ. you liberty to makenseof the followln eertifioato of the value nf .Constitution Water, whioh Joan recommend in the highest manners-sly wit. was attacked with pain 1- . V. . .... 1 .1 ... teUil. l-nV. nf ... k.l. ..J I - 1 u wiviuu.iu.iA nuvin i.ug.u vi .iiw inwi. iuiu I U her limbs, with Palpitation of the Heart aad Irrita tion of the Bladder. I called aphysioian. who attend ed her about three month, when h. left her worm than h. found her. I then employed on. of the best phyiiani 1 could find, who attended her for about nine months, and while she wa under hi ears ah. id not suitor quite as muoQpain, Us finally gave or up. and said "her case wa incurable. For." said be, "she ha (ach a Combination of oomplainl that medicine riven for on. operates against om. other of her auliotioni," About this tun. ah. oom- menoed th. nsa of Constitution Water, and to onr atter astonishment almost the first dose teemed to have th desired effect, and she kept on improving rapidly under its treatment, and now superintends entirely her domastio affair. h. has not taken any of th Constitution Water for about four weeks, and we are happy to say that it has produced a perma H.G8too DtarSIr: Having een your advertise ment of (Jonslituuon w ater," reoommended for In fiammatioa of .the Kidneys and Irritation of the bladder, having suffered for th. fcest three year and tried the skill of a n amber of physician! wnh only temporary relief, I was induoed to try roar jpedimna, I procured on bottle of your ageqt at Hartford. Measrs, Lee Sisaon A Co., and whan I had need half of it to my surprise I found a great change in my health.1 I hav. used two bottle of it, and am where I never expected to be in my life, wall, and ia good spirits. I oannot express my gratitude for its I feel that it I all and more than you recommend it M be. May tfii ay the blessing of God ever attend yoa is 6.IGEL0W,- roa bau st au CKcaaisT&v Fsica l trSl. rt, GRECO At CO., Proprietor. UOBGAN At AEEEN, General AgU, ; ,. ; , Ho. W. CUff Btraet, sw Tork. Agents la Ciaclnnatlt 1 ' . ,j - -: ; , : DTJaSSSAI. 8RO. , - DmonTATESllAIT U't . ir .,-'1' i) v-'- VXJ'-'T'i ',t': '.' it . I'' .-il i!'.v :. . !'.. i PRirJTirJC, BINDING PAPER HOUSE. N-i.i. - s'-iT . ..I.., ' ' '. i ! .. : v.. .it - , ., . i U . " .':-.. v : Having Purchased and com. BIN ED the Printing UfBoes of FoUott, Foster A Co. and Osgood A Pearo With our own extensive esuDiisnment, w. caa bow oa.r to tne puuuc vue faoUiUes sftbe LARGEST AND KOST COMPLETE ; 'J n"...l '... '' ' ; ,.., ...'!'!.' .;i i PRINTING HOUSE IN THE WEST, i And ws ars at all time prepared to execute, la the best manner, all kind or BOOK & JOB PRINTING i ... Particular car and attention paid to LAWYERS' BRIEFS, And la this speciality w. refer to th Lawyers of j , vow. MERCANTILE PRINTING, iNOLpnwa i i CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, DRAY TICKETS, I; ...... : ; . . : : i' DUPLICATES, ; , awn geiAen. SM amgMaa. I . , . ; KKWBall I 9, , CHECKS, J CARDS, MILITARY BLANKS AKD t Elanks of Every' ' Description, . . . . . Neatly and promptly .xeeuted. 33 -I.'. . '-' , ! I If. ( ).. ei- 'i: if ' v itANBBiLLs;;; v....', ;. .i;.., JOSTHRS AKB P BO O it A M M E S, : ..... i . .... . . . 1 1 i Printed in every color oa a Mammoth Hoe Press, th. only on. of th. kind ia Central Ohio. i " : .... i, . . ' . .. ).-; I , ;.-.! : :: ... : y.t:v-i r. i.. ; i .'!' ir: I. .Oorfaellltiesfor -i !.. I" ' 'j .' a -t v.h ,-...X) ' : -. .!.. RAILROAD PRINTIITG Ars inch that w turn ont better work of this kind man any ettaoiunment In toe state. - tsi. ' EXTRA 801WrAITXX Had from th best Paper, sad of any style, of Ca," Dotal, Irfedlusn,' Rernl, Sneer With er without Printed Headlnn. to any required . rMwue. aua ouiauea ia superior .tyisa. ,; er Department ""' '"' r :i.Ll' "i 'i'.i. 'Jl'VJ''''-'1 -4,. Wk, en hsadtt. largest stooh of ( ' .,: . " ::r . . : .:" ', ). -1 r'.A. W i'i.i :r To b found In this eltv. Including Bnok snd News paper Print, from th Cleveland Paper Co., Imperial, Buper Royal, Royal. Medium. Demi and Cap., from thsiliUsof Uv Smith. pf .Lee. Jlsss.;!. ' :-'.::ii,( ,iT j' Havinj the sols Bgsney la tbJs oity for ") . . .... .. .r ..... .'. i ,.r .. - . . i .. ' i riatner Porter's Piret Class Letter .- sana note a-ayer, r I'.t'l M'-f '.-'''' t-t,t ii:. m;i" T. see offer better paper of the tits than any eoeoiie, :, , ? .. ,; ; , if ,: II ...,f I,.',i . ..'.I M'.' '.0 ')" V, :''" ' ' ViS'-f Ws slways aeep on land, ef sO titst, J. Q. PrtU"! . TIrcelalor 'Envelopca. - i.-... V': 'i v ' -r . .".'',''-,", ; :';: I i '.Jm'.''i 'J(.:''b "'-ii,f )v.;-; I.rs.5 , .c. -; t-,i.'s ...r- .ft,.f -. t .'l -1 VP ... , -'r ,7 .-,' Althongh we do not mmatie to work ss low a trm ef nnr neighbors, wise hare no Printing Offices, we do guarantee bstter stock aad work than can b found in tbi city. ii . .r.j i . ; .... .. sat: j s . -' j ' - ' '"-Attr t 'iZ,1 - ; f: Meals a their may h ordered iathe'ie!mre .Tl fotory. There is a Barbr's Shop aad Bath fiooms . . a t.T O A .J"rra..., ..sin,-'..-' t.: ftil4tTT.ti ' roa ' " snT ' " '., ' , ' SCROFULA AND SCROFULOUS DISEASES, roe IWr AA-, o utiUnown mtrcln4 vf ,, , , Oijitrd, Maine. .. ' I hv Sold large quantities of your SAR.ATAa. Itta, but never vet one bottle wliicli laiied ol.tlie desired vfieot and lull ntistsclion le those who took It. As fast ss our people try it, they if ree there lias been no mediciue like It before In our oomimiuitj." Eruptions, Pimples, Blotobes, Pustule, TJloers, Sorss, and all Diseases of the Bkln. ! rom Km. lt(M. Stratton, Brittol, Kvgltuid. 1 ' " 1 ouly do my Uuly to you aud the public, lien I add my testimony (o that you iubHU of the nt. dklual virtues of vour fia nSAraaiLLA. llv dauyU ter, ged ten. hsd An arDlclli-g humor lu lr vsr., eve, and hair for yars, wbivb were nnuble to nr. anlU w. trkd your SAMArAltlLLA. u lis besa well for some mouths." , From Mr$. Jan K. ltlf. a Veil lumen and sw ' ttttemttl lady tflMunitvUle, Cap Man lb., A.J. i "My daughur ba luflered for a yr past lt a erofulou eruuUou, .which was very troublesome. hothiiigiiBorded any relief until we tried your oak .SArAkiLUA, which oon compltly cured urr.1' From Charlei P. 0tg, T.tq., qftk uidelyJnevnflrni o Oaore, Aunme Oa., munttfacturert f tnom. tiled paper in Stuhua, A. U. , . ' ! " 1 had for several year a very troublesom u fwior In my face, which grew eoustantly worse imlll It disfigured my features aud became in intolerable sffliclion. I tried almost everythlug man could of both advice and medicine, but without any relief whatever, antil I took your BASSArABlJ-l-a It I Immediately made my face worse, as you loid m It "might lor a time; but In a few weeks the new skin began to form under the blotches, and continued until my lac Is as smooth as anybody's, and 1 am 'without any symptoms of th disease Ihst 1 know of. 1 enjoy perlccl health, and without a doubt ow H to your 6AKSArAKiLLA." Erysipelas -General Debility-Purify the V , Blood. - vv ; from Tr. KoM. Savin, Hmuton St., If. T. ) ' Dr. A vxn : I seldom tail lo remove KruplUm snd iScrqfnlou Sore by the persevering uie of your 'ttARaAPARiLLA. and I have Just now cured an at tack of Matia)tant Erytlpela with It. Ko altera tive we possess equals the OARSAraaiLLA you hav ' supplied to the prolusion s well a to the people."' I From J. E. Johntton, Eta., WaUman, Ohio. ' ' ' For twelv yr 1 had the yellow Krysipelu oa my right arm, during which lime 1 tried til the oel braud phyaioiansl could reach, and took hundreds of dolls!.' worth of medicines Th ulcers were so bad that th cord became visible, and tlie doctor . decided that my arm must be amputated. I begaa taking your SARSAraaiLLA. Took two bottle., and some of your 1'ILLS Together they have cured pie. 1 m now a well and sound as anybody. Iteing In a public place, my can. la known to everybody iu this community, and excite th wondo ot all." ' From Hon. Henry Monro, M. P. P., nf Xtieeatilt, C. I W., a leading member of th Canadian Parliament. "1 have used your SanRArABiLLA In my family, for general debility, snd for purifying the Wood, ( with very beneucial results, and leel couUdepc. iu eommetiding it to tlie atllicted." . ' ' Bt. Anthony's Plre, Boe,' Salt Ehoum, i Soald Bead, Bore Eyes.' , From Harvey Siekler. Xtq , th able editor nf th Tunekhannocl: Democrat, Ptnntyhania. j i i Our only child, about three years of I ge, w.s at. i tsckad by pimples on his forehead-. They rapidly spread until they formed a loatb.om. and virulent ' sure, which covered hi race, and actually blinded bis eye lor some day. A skilful physician applied nitrate of silver and other remedies, without any sp- Cirent efleot. For fifteen day wc guarded his baud, it with them b. should tear open the l'ustering and ' corrupt wound which covered his whole lcu Hav ing tried every thing else we hsd auy hope from, we begin giving your Baubafarilla, and applying th. iodide of potnsb lotion, as you direct. T he sore began to heal wbea w. bad given the first bottle, i and was well when we hid fioirlied tlie second. Th child's ty.lashe, which hsd com out, grew again, ; and he is uow as bnithy and fair as any other The whol BighborbObd predicted that the child must ;hA". , ,.. - '- - Syphilis and Mercurial Disease. . ! From Dr. Hiram Stoat, of $U Umit, ilimoxri I "I find your Samaparili.a a more effectual remedy for tlie secondary symptoms of Syphilii, and for syphilitio disea.e than auy other w posws. The prolcssion are indebted to you for some of Hi , best medicine ,w have." . , j From A. J. FrtneK, M. D., an tmrnent phytiHan vLawreno, Mat., vko it a prominent member if. I the Legitlatur of ilattachuteltt. i-t'Ds. Avsa My .dear Dirt I bar. found vour ' SABBAFAaiLLA an. excelleut remedy for Syphili, both of the primary and tecondary type, aud eflect Sal ia com. case that were too obstinate to yield lo other remedies. 1 do not know what w. can cut. . ploy with mora ocrtiinty of raoaes, where a power ful alterative I required." " Mr. Chat S. Van lltie, ef Ken Bruntneck, A J., had dreadful ulcer, on his legs, caused by the abuse ' of mercury, or siereurtoJ dueate, which grew mora i and mora aggravated for years, in spit of .very i remedy or treatment that could be applied, until th : persevering use of Aykk's BABSArAUILLA relieved , him. Few case can be found mora Inveterate and distressing than this, and it took several doren bot tles to cure him. , Ziaacorrhasa, Whites, Female Waakaess, ' sre generally produoed by internal Scrnfuiou Ulcer i aiiosj, and rs very otlen cured by also alterative i eflect of till BARSAPABILLA. 8om can. require, . however, la lid of th BABSarARiLLA, th skillul j application of local remedies. '':' j From the ' ull-tnown and trJdely-telebrated pr. j Jacob Morrill, Qf Cincinnati. j "I have found your Sabbafahilla an excellent alterative in diseases of femalea Manv esse of lr- I regularity, Leudorrhoja, lulernal Ulceration, and local debility, arising irom in acroiuioua aiaiimus, have yielded to it, and there are few that do not, when its effect I properly aided by local treatment'' JL lady, untciUinf to allow th publication of her i . . name, tcritut " Vtv daue-hter and mvself hav heea cured of a ' very debilitating Leuoorrhote of long standing, by two bottles of year SAkSArABiLLA. H I Bheamatlim, Gout. liver Oomplalnt, Dys- . pepata. lie art uiseaaa, jjieuraigia, whsn caused bv Scrofula In th system, are rapidly euredby UiisExT. (Ubsafabilla. .. . ,. - AYTr'8 CATHARTIC PILLS I pouesi so many adysntnges over the other par-, gstives in the market, ana their superior virtues are so universally known, that we need not do more thsn to astiure tlie public their quality is maintained equal to the best it ever has been, . ami tnst they may be depended on to ao au that they have ever done. . irepared by J. C. AYER, M. D., 4 Co, Lowell, Mass., and sold by - : r , G. ROBERTS, Colomboi, and by dealers ia mod. 101 ne everywnere. , ; "eptlS-dAweowly J FRENCH'S i HOTEL, :: j',. 'On the isnropeait pisn', ' ,; vi;.'. :-''.; - ; 1 Oity or NeW Tork. ' Single Booms Fifty Oents per Day 0 1 ,.j.t J ...i I '.'. '.' .i" 'i v.-fln; , CltyEUBqr1are.oroKof FrajikfortBtrMt, ,,' : i i.. .- try 'i . ..... i-'i i 1 (Orrosm Citt Hail.) "' attached to the Hotfll. . . - Beware of KUKNER8 and BACKMENwho y .- B. FRENCH, Proprietor ,Fb.l7'ej-dIy i ,Ji rj t.ft i - ' M i. . V . ..-.-.; u ; -i .. ' . O. RUHTINfl. B. LEON1R1V J. o 1 i .. , i- U1 -rt 1 :'. COLUMBUS PAPER'niLL. (i "'Friend Street, W Onto Canal. '.! RISHTINE, LEONARD & CO., . . . uiyvTAcrnnt os ah gtKM 0? ' :'; BOOK PEINTJim NEWSPAPER A good srtiols of all ilie of Wrapping Papsr kepi en -rJanl'Sl-tf .i.'.'i'ti'j or. .'.v.r?a l . DENIIIS0N HOUSE, wte.W mJ Wwl.'li1!:' -'-.; ,Vi 'i Cincinnati, ohio;:: ;5 SB.iliift .. ; TWH1 DA8 .BIE, PAIRED AJfD .A-. ..Befitted throughont. and is now onen to aha publio. 1 he proprietor, -recently of th Goddard proprioti iville, Ky ouse, ilaya' ..solicit, tli. patronage of the WU.U..U.U. psioe win ee spared to give satisfsoUos to lbs guest of th Bonn S .nm mill i I. ) 1 ' " . ' rntt1' " . in i . . . r. ...... u.tf, . ' . II BSH-IS IIIBSWWM. m r - .. I - , ., : v U U vU Wuta CMtiMH it mtC 1aOO"0 TOTO-Be 3 I , . . .., and. ., -l,MVI r.'T ' f-rrs ft. kUM UiwArliiAsvl in (Via nnhra-l lot . gl fa wsj sjrjau IUUVMSvvi. w M ' f more than six years, m4 have sxxjulreAaa A i far eiceeding any FsmllT Medihes of a, tmllar. nature Jn the market. , .. . , , An appreciating publio wainot Wn tt. j discovering they posaasaed remarkable and hence their " ' ; .- .r-' -i "7 -; f . :';"Ro.t.di ,'"' end eonsequont profit to th Proprietor,' hus enabling him to expend , , . of dollars each year in advertising theft, . tneriti, and publiihing the ; ' J ' ( , . , , .irhich have been ibowered upos him The peouliarlty of th ; ". " 1 "S.oovtvveT ctxvWvW ; Is thst tbey strike at the root of Disease, , - by eradicating every particle of impurity t ' for th life and health of the body depends , ' upon the purity of the blooL . i . .. If the blood U poisoned, the body drags outainiterableoxutence. Thete medietas , ; wt 5we.rwo.A V,1 i ' ' for curing ' ) flbrqfuto, JUeor Cktm.pla.int, -, r . Skin QWseosss, FmaU OotnpUinitr. "7 ifcsil ifveurrv, Jihtntmatism., QyBppmiatl.,Byphilia,.,i.. Old Sorest .,'.) i JVwer o.JkVr, ,r ,. Ltuoorrruxa, Biol Biadaoh, i I . Erytiptlas,:;- ..Bt. 'Jlnihonyi -; ' j ' Surr.or, ; ; ' , " JEVuplione, " , Fits, Sdrofulom Consumption, ete. w. .is . 'i '. n t on nerton writes.- ber dauehter.wa - cured of Ots of nine years' standing, aad ' 8W ; Vitus' dance of two 'years. " 'i AH0THXB writes, bi too was cured 1 after his Oesb had almost waited awsy. T . The doctor pronouueed the case incur able. ' ' - '. - . ".' r. ; r AXOTEXB was cured of Fever and Ague after trying every medicine. in bie reacL . AIOTHKR. ws cured, ot Fever Sore hi..h hu.t Alatd fiuirlAAn vnaral ' " AIOTEZS of Jihrastiim , of eight ; years.'. - ..; t. - . . . Cues ' innumerable of Dyspepsia aad . Liver Complaint could be mentioned in ' which the Porifler and Pill .; i , , . AYotVwVOkte. oi CVvatcv. ars th most active and thorough pill ; that bate vr been Introdnced. . ; i . ... : They act to directly upon the Liver, ,'t idling that organ to such an extant s .) ' that the system does not relaps into it ' . tmner condition, which it too apt to b,.; the case with simply a purgative pill. , i They aiw really.. j.';;,''; Vy which, In conjunction with the;' , L M ' will onr all the aforementioned disease, it and, of them elves, will reliev and our UoaAaoh; 7 1 .Coetiwsn, ' ' - Oblie Pain$, CKeUra jVorbutf '" - Jndigtion, (Pain in th JJotuel,' ' Qizzinm; sto. - Try the medicine, and yoa will nvt ;', regret lu- ' ; Ask yonr neighbors, who have Uses' 7 . them, and they wi)J say.they are. ',,( '. , and yoa should try them before going fot S physician. ' j . ... . : i .w ' Get a Pamphlet or Almanac of my local ; ' agent, and reed the oertitJoates, and if yoa ; hav ever doubted you will . . . . . ir . ' ' As a proof that the Bleed Pnrlflw ant PUI.r pnraly reireUbk I bare the ewllOealae of IkMe eaa. , In.Dl ehemlMa, Rrufwiur. UhliMaof New lork, aad . Lock, of Clnrlnii.il. 4 ' Bead Dr. Bobank'e Bpsetal Hotlcee an Osfttseaiaa Rnhllahad la aeonsukuoo part et this raps hues') me le lime. ' '-., ' Price of the Scandinavian Versatile BleoS Port- ) fM.tl PM builU.or SA per half ol.Ma. OfiaeSoae.J ' dlnarlaa VeUbU Blood Pills, it eeato pW tea, a lanwlbtfl,. ,''.. Offle and Mannfkctere, Res. tt, St, SO, aad St Bee Jhitn Street. Olael.Bati, O,-. . ... -1 l ; FOR SALE ; BY,; k DEALERS GENERALLY. - : i tTMrMrS-d,lwAwewtp. v.i!r: ') Peter lillar ' ISniiff and Tobacco MantifMlTirerr'; ' ',. 1 and U CHAMBERS STREET, p., . , . ; (Formerly 41 Chatham Streeti New York), j Would call the attention of dealer te ths articles of his manufacture, ris: i,..-. liaoahoy. ' . ' Demlgroe. . . lint HailM. ....'I'. Pnr. Vtwtnt. Coarf. Rappesl' . Jfaohitoohet;: .;' V. American Gentleman, Copanhsgsa. . .. TBllOW, 8HTJTF, r'ii' -lc, :: Honey D.wScotohtt'.T High Toaitt Scotch, Tresh HoneyTew Scotch Irih High Toast, - Fresh Bootoli, " -i ..." ... . or Lundyfoot. . j vi,,,;,-., ..t at ATTgKTION IB OAtlFD TO TV IAS01 HtPtB TTOM IK PRI0IS OP FlNB-CrjT Chdwino and Smos w Tobaccos, weoh wtxtv ia voomb op a sur- B10ao.DAI.ITT. , J. u,l .T.-iV . '. r'.-aj ; IOBACCOi rln .-n ;i BMoitnro. rnns-ciiT chewixq. gjiornra. Long, s P. A. L.,or plain, ' 8.' Jago, . J.,Cvndish.or BlrtH,, &vUtkr.- .f ,I"o,I. . hweet-bcented Oronooo. Ctnastar :iUi&rj ..... ...a.. .... ' '. - ..... It ' ,.."v, -cj.'J ;iiaffii;T (Let of Pkalon' EstaWlili-, www . - m r vTai .iS "g J? nkw Tonat la the Basement of the Nell IToum; tivA, - - - i ... itb PottaOe?. TT? pr.n7he"rfet,0, rfiftar Adiee'wd CbllWsEtirDmslj) don; l.'tla -iw,?, ci Ivllll.'. . 'i.'.-;r.'7 I. .V-l'!K 5'is .'if.;,J ijcixi.-r'-i eal.';..? ?1