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TUESDAY MORNING, - APRIL 12. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Showing tbe arrival and departure of trains at Co-" ambus, Ohio. On and alter November Win, lSSS, paint will ran aafullowit I4ttle niwak 4c Clnt Xemia It.H.' ' .."..- . IS VS. ABMTI. ' CladnTtI,Peytr,Tt!ohmond end Indianapolis bisht ' pima HoAiKi u fl" Cincinnati Accommodation... iOA.M. SdaP.M. Cincinnati, Ueyl.Kiehnioud - . i Indianapolis Day y ..... " riTclan4t Cwlttsmsms 4c Clntt B. . ... r, . mi. y. 101. Central Okle Ratflr. Je.4fcprteSewerkoidy.loA.M. 1UII Train-'..-. . :4,J txpreas Train... 1038 A.M. 1:00 A.M. I P.M. 8:00 P.M. Accommodation 'Aunccmw "i V." Celmkns 4k llaapa B.Unt). , C0UJeCS. FiqiTA WW" AttOA.) " Indianapolis bsprses J-jJS'fl' iJoJaI Ml RAILROAD TIME TABLE. All Sorts of Shorts. A GENTLE WORD IS NEVER LOST. BY GEORGE COOPER. A gentle word ta never lost. Oh, never than refuse one; , It cheers the heart wbea turraw-toM d. 5 1 I And lulli tbe carat that bruise one; It so-.tters sunshine o'er our way, ... And turns our thonu to roses; It changes weary nig ht to day, And hope and love discloses. A gentle word b dotot lost Thy fallen brother need it: How eiBy taidl how small the cost With peace and oomfort speeds it! " Then drire the shadow from tby cheek. .'I O A am lie can weu replace it;. Our mice ia music when we apeak v ti lin genue woras w g race iw ' ' Most interesting companions girls ' la their glgglehood, tuid boys In their boody hood. Thosi who make sales to Uncle Sam in this war may not be war-horses, but they are generally tremendous chargers. ' ! "Too bljr for his business," as the lady aid to the sweep who stuck in the chimney. '. Tn man who makes a boast of extra ordinary shrewdness hasn't got a particle. ' It is an old proverb that "boys will be boys." What a pity tlan't equally true that men will be men. ' PtKADiNO at the bar, says our Dabster, is ttrying to persuade a barkeeper to trust you for a three cent nip. v . A bachelor editor of our acquaintance, , who has a very pretty sifter, recently wrote to another bachelor equal fortunate, "Please exchange." ; It mav, perhaps be thought difficult to decide which is the most destructive the mortar in the battle field or the mortar in : the drug store. It might be difficult to say which would contribute most to the peace of a country '. the executive of the law or the lawyers. Ir tou wish to offer your hand to a 'lady, choose your opportunity. The b 1 time to do it is when she is getting out of best aa 'omnibus. ' Fashionable, society has generally two faults first, in beginning hollow-headed, and second, in being hollow-hearted. '. ' "Pin not your faith on any man's sleeves, " is a good maxim. Arabella, how- ' ever, sayi she cant help It when the thing , is around her neck, with ber lover's arm :init, .... , Bktant says "the groves were God's first tem pies," A good many romantic young "lovers unquestionably find them delightful meeting bouses. ' A lady who was alarmed at the small t quantity of cotton she obtained for a live r dollar greenback, recently expressed her r fears that the time might come when she ' should say: "John, load the wheelbarrow 1; with greenbacks and go buy a bam." i Whilt recently engaged in splitting ' wood Jones struck a false blow, causing 'the stick to fly up. It struck him on the jaw, and knocked out a front tooth. "Ay," said BUL meeting him soon after, "you've had a dental operation performed, I see." "Yes," replied the sufferer, "accidental." If A Smtxk. Little Daisy's mamma was t trying to explain to her the meaning of a smile. "Oh, yes! I know," said the child, "it Is a whisper of a laugh." If the niggers continue to travel in the r direction to which their fiat noses are turn ed, they will soon conclude that the white "man has no rights which a nigger is bound to respect. i 1 Hccruito Vanted 1 1 , 46TH OHIO YETEBAKS, ., ;. Colonel Charles C. Watcutt $20 T New lOcmiitot '"'""WOw'TeiheraM.! ''l ' JJkXtGE IOCAK. ilOLXriESt rpinS FURNISHES A GOOD OPPORTUNITT X fnr thnee deatrinf to eoter the aerriee, to go to the fteld witbaa old Kainient whoee repautioa baa been won by over twe yean' labor. Toe Kefuaeot it armed with the . , . ... , ... O XXKT OX2XT XUCXXjZ3. ! Enliat before the IStb of April next, in order thai you nay participate in the clorlea of the Hprin( acopaiga. c ('.-- r ..,.- .., RECBUITING OFFICE WaUmtt'i bnildlng, ' eWaer of Hifb and Town ttnet. JACOB LOITRER, I fcarNDtf-b ' Captain and ReorniUnf Ofioer. ; AUCTIONEER. v ''"'?' f ! -.n- T-"1 . t aeLxrcrrxo. o . Ccminissici - Rooms, si Vr. 103 tVmth ITlffli Btrsst. i ' -T AM . KOWrBEPAREDTO RECEIVE X oa CommiMioa erery deeoription of property, yiinn, aa Dry ttooda, (iroceriee Liijuors, Furnitura ' Cmviacm, Home, ete. ... I also Intend to derate V) attention to tale of - F.il r.TtMe and t'eranuai Vnfnif, at any point 'ejniiun twenty mileael theeity. f Tk notion bniea every eTeninf. . .' (..oueiftninenti rwpecU'aUyaolioited. I i Mit a ivti iwhb oret my lalaa rooms ror ftoraf yarpojoa. . . "KaUon, Panwott i , Co. Tj. A T. ?. Mniar. r. , Vnurr. Uruthor A Co. John Oeary A Av.H.Kes . . (ileca A Thrall. on. toajrK Ulster Commissioner'f Sale. Gnrtavas Swan's Exaonton Court of Common TT . n . a 7, fit , : . i.nuj .ufiuicen at at, i bounty, UUio. . , ,'i I tmiMoenv-a f aa order of the (aid Court to ma dirwi.-i I wnl offi for aula at public atitkm at lae uuutol IjiC CuurtUoaae in the city of Coiumbm, On Wednesdar, the 13th dsr of April, A. D. ' at t oMnc P. M tne MWir,Wr!ho! real aiite il.pw')a ill r i.n, and Stole of Ohio, cji Uie nrutinal f n rv. i !i t "i ity of Cumin- v. J I L i'l'lll! If II ID t llinAVlli LULJI, SilULO Oil . 11 UUiALUif tSUCCESSORS TO GEO. I Wil. McDONALD oiiooEns, No. 184 loath High Street. PE0PEIET0K8 OF THE COLUMBUS POWDEB AE1TH FOR THE OP THE ilEUUKRY WH1TK WHF1T Vuinv Acenti for the tale of Uardner, 1'hippe A Co.'t 8a kr Cured llama. ' Dealer la CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES Of erery Deeorlptlon. Imported and Domaatie. Fine Winea, Cordiala, Llquora. Serara, OHva OUa. Bardinea. etc. JUT AU (oodi dUwrad free J eham. AiccoLirj, niLEs 4c ncDoifALos, 9 . invwnaijun, Jio.l4 8oulh tiih Hi. Dayia aiy XXA.DUSIII2X 1700. . 1 .... i i . , Peter Lorillard, Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer, 1 and IS CHAHBERS STREET. (FcTaierly U Chatham Btreet, New York). Would eail the attantioa of dealer) lo tk artlalas of bis BtaauXaotara, vin . - . . . beowh vsnrt'. -1 ltaoaber, Demieroe, , , , line Rappe. Pure Vlnrlnia, ' . ' joari KFw, ' Naahitoebea, " Ahotksji tiantlamaa, . eiliajsea TELLOW MUTT. :: 8epton, ' ' ' ' Honey Dew Peoteb. Uich Toaat Beotek, i t rwh R'nej bw Beotek fneh iieoUh. ..XrufeilicbToaat, I 7.J aVArraMTioM ii ciLtio tothi laboi dco tiom ik pricis or Fins-Cut Cbdwimo and Bmoi. iw Toa accos. which wiu. founb or a svn HOB QUALITY. ... , TOBACCO. ' - 8M0Kr9O. FINE-CUT CHEWING. 8M0KIM0. Lone, P. A. L., or plain, U. Jato, Mo. 1, Carendish. or Sweet, Bpaniih, -No. 1, - HweetrSeented Oronoeo, Canaetar. Koa.141. Tin Foil CareadUh. larkuk. AlUed Uranulated. IT.B oation. -Aainular of prioet will be test on appll- augU-SWlr BROOKS, STEARNS & CO. WHOLISALI AND SITAa DIALBItS III FINE AND STAPLE GROCERIES Foreign 9t Domastlo Fruits, Choice Family Flour, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, TOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES. SGT Country Produoe taken in Exobaoxa for Oooda, lVo. 73 South IUatfA St. Columbus, Ohio. HVAU Goods delirered free of charge to any pa of the city. DAVID W. BnOOES, ) ... JOHN 8TIAKN8, N. MBBIOIi. ' . deoT-if WM. H. RESTIEAUX. SUCCESSOR TO McK.EE A KESTIEAUZ No. 10 Somlh IILIt Street. OOXj"IT3VrXsTTS, DEALER IN GROCERIES, PRODUCE 'PROVISIONS. Foreign & Domestic Fruits, FLOTJIt, SAIVr. IJIQUBOS, Ac Storage and Commission. iiy-u BENNO SPEYER'8 BANKING HOUSE, Ooiiimissioii, Forwarding and Kotarial OUce, GENEEAL passexgeb agency - ron TBI Bremen, Hamburg & Hayre Steamers. A AUO . RAILROAD TICKET AGENCY Tfmm. t umA Weat Third Street, ' : ' cofhitajtu . ''"." jf. Olxxol Tinatly O. aU.lSSl-tf 1 NEWPIRM. i ROSE & DEEM, JUcrchant Tailors, Coraer Tows 4c High Sta. TTATHfO ASSOCIATE! OCTHSELVEt AA. toMtha under tha abore named firm, for the pnrpooo of carrying on me udotu namea nunneea, we aak tha attention of the public to our large, rich and welt aelectad itook of Goodi In our Una.' We keep eona constantly on band a full aasortneni of .the dee and ityiea or laoine, iaaaimaree ana Veetinga: abm, a full stock of Genu' Furnishing Goods. We attend to buaineea personally, do our wn ontting, and warrant tha beat 8 la and flneet work Aapeouu awanuon ia paia w auuiary vaoar Clothing. , ,BOSE BEEH. aoT . . JHEQ. W. WEFKKJf I Justice of the Peace & Notary Public, N. ht SMtkvHlsjk Street. QmcwSo i. Carpenter's Building, ' coLcnnusy onio. Special attention is (Iran to lliseellaneons Buai neea from abroad. ? t ; inarl7'at-ly TO AMD FEOM GEEAT BEITAIN & IBEX AND, 1 10 ) TAPSCOTT BROTHERS A CO'S Emlfrattlaa Ac Ferelf a Exchaas; Office 8S South Stbixt, Smv YojU. T.I '.?.' DRAFTS ON ENGLAND ' IRELAND, BCOT LAND AND VALES. , tamoott's patobitb ui op I Uvere! Pavckete nila erarj Three , o X . USX Of. &os OS JJ OZSTS, nrrj tvnv.tif nivi BAILS IYIBY TIK DATS. Parties wlsblng to send for their friends or remit money to the Old Cbwntrf, eaa do so at tha lowest t KPIVS, , i UALUi M f MWJwrBv OE 1I 1 ftlwSni r BAMMJCKS. COLUylBUS. I'LEGATf LACE OOOIML 1 rpTIREAU and French Laos Barbe. - - ') : . X Black and White Barbe Laoa for Bashas and Tnmminra. . , Point LaoeVoUars and Sets, v -. . - i Valenoienne Laoes. Collars and IlandkerchjafaV j Thread and Freneb Laoa Veils. j ( Real Thread Guipuraaad Blond Laee Edgings. klaok Yak Lace Inserting for Ureas Trimmings, i ,xnt Col I art and tileerea ia 8ete-H-iehly aruumed. ' V'wif Hlimd l,aAa fitf Veila and lrefl.fi.u . ; ; , . . Ritclies for Trimmings, Bending and iuotUgJ. " , . riu,t Applique Laoes in all "'"'j M ' aalOrM ' ' ' - No. 23 to M South High street, i T liff FeoDdlifirg of Diunsuku, Ta. In t l.tilm. j n-i'kiiiH and li'Uvliea in grrat rarie t'i I . r wun prirr.. Aim, Wine ltaaiaak. i" i i -i u w ,,, i ai.uaaBtti 'i T'lirnis, Lj-.Cur os to 7) isouiu L.ta sueat. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia i' ti riTl-''tl"'"l',i"'' --II "'wmi" n if W.IL-F,lJ,IJIlHJ RAILROADS. ForrincinnntI,Ialon,RIchmoudt IndlanapoltM und C'lilciLffo. Without Changs of Care to nay ton and Hlchmond, andenly one Change f Cara to hi. Louie, Indiana apolia and Chicago. On and after Monday, Kot. 16, 1863, Trains wUl Bon ss follows i . FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUMBUS. (Sundays excepted.) FIRST TRAIN. CINCINNATI, DAYTON. RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS NIUIIT EXPRESS Leares at 134 A. M., stopping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mid dletown and Hamilton, arriviog at Cinoinuati at 1M A. M.; Richmond, S:3S A. M.( ladiauapolis. SU A. Cbioago, tMV.tl. 8ECOND TRAIN. ' CINCINNATI. RICHMOND. INDIANAPOLIS AND CUICAG6 TRAIN Leares at i-M A. M., stoppiof Mali atations on tha L. M. A C. A X. K. K., eonnecting with the train on tha Marietta A Cincin nati R. K, for Uillaboro, Chilliootha and Marietta, arriving at Cincinnati at VM A. M.: at Dayton. 8:35 A. M.; atopping at all stations on the Dayton A W .it em Railroad, arriring at Richmond at 10:31 A. AI.I Indianapolis. IM P. M.; Cbioago. M P. M. raN.R This train Is the quickest from Columbus to Chlcaeo; time occupied being 16 hours, which is three hours quicker than by Any other Railroad route. 1 THIRD TRAIN, i ' 5 CINCINNATI. DAYTON. RICHMOND AND NDIANAPOLI& DAY EXPRESS Loaves at 1:40 '. M4 stopping at London, Charleston, Cedarville, enia. Bpriog Valley, Corwin. t'ert Aajreqt, Mor row, Boutb Lebanon. Foster's. Lovelaod, Came Deonison, Milford and Engine ilouae; arrfring at Cincinnati atl: P. M.; Dayton at 41 P. M.j Uioh mond at SA1 P. M.; Indianapolis at 1B:1 P. M., and Cbioago, t.-oo A. M. . , .' FOURTH TRAIN; ." MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves at tAS r. stoppi ng at all stations on the L. M . A C. A X. R. R except Olaraville, Fort Anoient, Branch HilL Miamisvilla and Plaiavilla, arrivinc at Cincinnati at IMA. At. Slecplns Cawai m THht "IVmtna.' IT. B. For further Information apply at the Co Iambus Union Depot Tioket Offloe of , in. sU ipoiiertt, Ticket Agent, - 1 T. IX17II, Agent. Ft f. STRADGR) ") . General Ticket Agent, I rv-.t.,...! E. nr. Huoerintendent. Columbus, Nov. IT, 1863. To Indianapolis Direct without Change of Cars. Winter Arrangement. 1863. Columbus AND INDIANAPOLIS R. LINE. For Urbano. Rpringfleld, Payton, Pl .aa, Atiahmond tc lndianapolia. . Through to Indianapolis wrrnocT change or cabs, and but ona obanca to Louisville, St, Louis and Chicago. On and after Monday. Nor. 10, 1803, Trains will leave Columbus as follows: FIRST TRAIN. INDIANAPOLIS EXPRESS-At iM A. M., connecting direot at riqua at 4:3s for Troy and Day. tou at Riohmond at 930 fur Audu'vn, Lganaport and Chicago, and at lndianapolia at 9M for Louis-, ville, Terre Haute, Evansville, Cairo St. Lonia, Lav faretta. SDrimtfield. Onincy. St. Joseph. Cbioaco. and all western and northwestern points. SECOND TRAIN. TTRBANA ACCOMMODATION At S:4S A. M. eonnecting at iJrbanaatllofurBellefontaine, Ken ton, Carey, Findlay, Tiffin, Clyde and Sandusky. . THIRD TRAIN. INDIANAPOLIS EXPRESS At 1.-40 P. M eonnecting direct at Milford, south, for Mechanioa burg and Springfield, and north for Marysville and ireiaware; at urom m ht Deueioniaine aoa Hunuville: at Piena at 6.-06 for Troy, Dayton, Union, UnBciaand Winoneaten at Richmond at 75 for An derson, Logansport, Peoria and Chicago; and at In dianapolis at 10:2 for Louisville, St. Louis, Chicago and ail western cities. FOURTH TRAIN. ' PIOTTA EXPRESS At 6:14 P. M ennnectln. at S:4S with Dayton and MiohiganR. R. for Lima, Ft. Wavne, Chicago. Toledo and Uetroik sf Tha V:oo a. M. train ot una una istnaomy night train from Columbus for Indianapolis, Terra Haute, Lafayette and Chicago, anr1 the western eitiea. Rleeains; Cara are Ban an lkisjht Train This is tha only through route betweeen Columbus . nd Indianapolis, and the only route oa wbieb . TaroaAVh Tlcketa aa bo fjold. The ears of this Una start from tt a depot on the west sid of Hick Street, opposite the Cincinnati (inthla route there Is no change of Cars between loluuibua and Indianapolis, and no other route with out chaning ears exieu. . . AWl. ay your Tickets at tha Columbus and Indian apolis Depot, thereby saving a change of Cars at Richmond, e)VFor Ticket and any Information, apply at the office, OPPOSITE THE UNION DEPOT, Colum bus. . H. O. CARET, General Supi. P. CBAIVVLER, General Tidkat Agent. B. B. BIGEIvOW, General Paenger Agent, Oiumbua, Nov. M. lsss-dtf 1863. Winter Arrangement. TIME CHANGED. Great Northern and Eastern Route. Cleveland, Columbus Cleveland, Columbus AND CINCINNATI 3 RAILROAD. 'Tlir ee Tralna SevllVs ; " EXCEPT 8UND1Y. J From Columbus, in connection with Trains oa tha Little nisunat Ac Colnmbna At Xenia ; , Ilailroadav , i 1 1 FIRST TRAIN. . ' " B10HT EIPRESS-Leaves Columbus at IMA. M. Will stop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington, Gilead, Gallon, and at all stationa north of Gallon; arriving at Cleveland at S30 A. M.i Dunkirk. tM P. M.( Buffalo. 630 P. M.J New York, 11:80 A. M.r flneton, SoP. M.. Chicago, via CresUine, luJO P. M.. Pitub.rg, l P. M.; Philadelphia, IM A. AM ,i , ' SECOND TRAIN. . - ! -NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus at 130 P. M. Will etoa-at Delaware, Cardington, Gallon, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington and Grafton; arriving at Cleveland at 10 P, M.: -Dunkirk. S:1T P.M.; Buffalo. t: P. M.: Kew fork 1:44 P. M.j Boston. 46 P. M.i Pittaburf, viaCreaf ' line, at T0 P.M.; Philadelphia, 10,-oa A. M.: Chica- -go, via Grafton, at S A. M. . . . - ' THIRD TRAIN. ",' . . ' MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Coltrmbnsat 80 P.M. Will stop at all stations south of Shelby.end at rjalem. New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea: arriving at Cleveland at :00 P. M.; Dankirk, 1:48 j.. M. Buffalo. A. M.; New York, UM P. , 130 A. M.; Philadelphia, too P. M.; Chicago, J.40 . a, a,- vumsui tm dwki., m wa. a. a. i .:.., .3 o-i.:i CONNECTIONS. ;, ;.v..-j'; ! ; At Delaware with Hpringneld Branch for Bprl ng flcld and all point on that road. At CresUine with Pitubnrjt Ft Wayne and Cbi oago Railroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Baits- ' Burt, Also for Chieagov- At Shelby, with Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark Railroad for all points on iiiat road. Also, for Tole do and Chicago. . :. At Grafton for Toledo.-' ' ' ' ! , At Cleveland, with Lake Shore Railroad lor Eras, Dunkirk, Buffalo, A ew l'ork and Boston. . . ;j Patent SWplBar Caret are nut on all PilgUt Tralno to Chicago, IVaw . i York and Uoatotu ' j - i,'. ''' ' ' I ; ' ' ; ' ' "1 " : 1 SKTBaggiure cheeked through to New Xork and Bonton, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and Near York, via Crestline. , - j '- ;' ' ; RETCRNINo r . V-" NTght Kjcprml arrives at Columbus at 18 P. My Ciiiflinnaiii Exarees arrives atColembus at 1:10 P. M.U C(4uinbus Aooommodatioa arrivar at Culumbue at- fcMA. at. r. t. . i r l "U-K I f. , Faro aa Low aa by- mmj otbor Boat. . Ask for TickeU via CresUine or Cleveland. 1 - E. S.-FMHT, . . ' '; i": " ..; Sup'i., Cleveland, Ohloi :1J I T JTABIES PATTErlKOlfy ' " , t Agent, Coliunluu. Cluol, t ColtuabtU,Kor. JO, 1343. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP COMPOSED OF JODrDE POXASSITJM, With the Compound Conoentraked Fluid Extraot of Valuable Medicinal ROOTS AND HERBS, Prepared by AVITC. II. OUECG, M. D., Qradnate College of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y. formerly Assistant Physician Blaokwell's Island Uospltala, late Medical Inspector New York State Volunteer Depots, under Governor Edwin D. Morgan. Constitution Life Syrup HAS FRODUOKD. " A REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE! What may seem almost Incredible, Is, that many diseases hitherto considered hopelessly incurable are frequently cured in a few days or weeks, and we cheerfully invite the investigation of the liberal minded and scientific to euros which bare no paral lel at the present day. , Our medicine is poeullar; by tt tie seat of any disease is direotly reached, and the equilibrium re- ' Those who have suffered long from painful and ob stinate diseases; Thoee who have vainly sought re lief from advertised medioines; Those who cannot be eured by other physicians . Arc InrltoA to Vao Conatltntlon Ella Srrno. ... , . . .. r . Daring the past Ive years we fcaveaontendod with obataoles and overcome opposition as beroulean as were ever eooountered by any reformers. RAPIDITY OF CURE. Some aay, "Your euros are too quick," while oth ers doubt their permanenoe. and think that diseases can only be cured by the "slow reoupe retire process !'"" v. v-nu .U.I.J. iiv.- inis is our repiyi m doii, .u .toji -balanced scale, is in a state of Equilibrium. But wnen, irom any cunn, uu.i . scaiee, we nave iu, iuwui -site is. to restore the normal balanoa of the scale. Constitution Life Syrup, A positive and specific remedy for all diseases orig inating from an IMPURE STATE -OP THE BLOOD, and for all (hereditary) DISEASES trans mlttod from PARENT TO CHILD. . PABvALYSIS. Hemiplegia. Paresis Paraplegia.' Paralysis Agitant. It is so universally admitted that Constitution Life Syrup is the only effeotive means of restoration in tbe various forms of Paralysis, that we need not reti ratethat it is emphatically the Great Lifo-Grvin Power. DYSPEPSIA. Indigestion. Liver Complaint. Weightat Stomach. Constipation. Biliousness. Want of Appetite. Flatulence. Bad Breath. 8CHOFCXA. Stroma. Glandular Swellings. ' Uleeration. King's Evil. Eryaipelas, Salt Rheum. Thla taint (bbwdttart and ACQcntKl) filling life with untold miaery, is by all usual medical reni ieal remedies Inourablc. BHETJRIATISin. fArthrltlsJ Neuralgia. Gout. Lumbago. Sciatica. Tie Douloureauz. If there Is any disease in which the Constitution Life Syrup is a sovereign, it is in Rheumatism and its kindred affeotions. The most intense paint aro almost instantly alleviated enormous swellings are reduced. Cases, ohronie or, vicarious, of 10 or SO years' standing, nave beeneored by us. NERVOUSNESS. Nervous Debility. Shattered Nerves. Epilepsy. St. Vitus's Dance. Loss of Power. Confusion of Thoughts. Thousands who have suffered for years will bless tbe day on which they read these lines. Particularly to waak. suffering women will this medicine prove an Inestimable blessing directing their footsteps to a Hope whioh fulfils more than it promises. MERCURIAL DISEASES. Salivation. Rotting of Bones. Bad Complexion, Aches in Bones. reeling or Weakness. . Depression of Spirits. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP purges the sys tem entirelv from all the evil effects of MKKCURY. removing the Bad Breath, and curing the Weak Joints and Rheumatic Pains whioh the nseof Calo mel is aura to produoe. It hardens Spongy Gums and secures the Teeth as firmly as ever. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYBUP. Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases e the Skin, like ULCERS, PIMPLES, BLOTCIIES disfigure the outward appearance of both males and females, often making them a disgusting object to themselves and tbeir menus. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYEUP Cures all Spelling of the Gland, F.ltherof tha Face. Neck, or Female Breast and should be taken as soon aa tbe swelling is detested, thus preventing their breaking, ana producing troublesome Discharging Sores, which disfigure so man, of the younger portion of the community. from six to twenty years of age, Youngobildren are very subject to Discharges from tbe Ears, which de pend apon a esrofnloae constitution. These eaaeS soon recover by taking a few doses of the Life Syrup. AU scrofulous persons suffering from general De bility. Emaciation, Dyspepsia and Dropsy of the limbs, abdomen, and in the female. Dropsy of the ovaries and womb, generally aoeompanied with In flammation and Ulceration of the Uterus, are per manently cured by Constitution Life Syrup. The disease known as Goitre or Swelled Neck, tbe Life Syrup will remove entirely. The remedy should be taken for soma time, as tbe disease ia exceedingly chronic and stubborn.and will not be removed with out extra effort. Tamors of tha ovaries. Tumors of the Breast, ana swelling of other glanda of the body will be eom- pietwy reaoceu wihiuu. iw.es wua; w tue suiua, w operations of any kind. . Epileptio Fits. Sympathetic or Organic Diseases of tbe Heart, as Palpitation. Disease of the Valves, oancing a grating or iinng soon a, uropsy oi wo enrt Case, and all tha affeotions of this important orranrDeraons suffering from anv acuta cain in the region of tha heart), will be greatly relieved by Conr J Brake Dawn and Delicate Camatlta. i tiona, Suffering front Indisposition to Exertion, Pain In the Back. Loes of Memory. Forebodings. Horror of Calamity, Fear of Disease, Dimaeesof Vision, Dry, Hot Skin and Extremities,-Want of Bleep, Best- 1 ... n.l- TTUMn IVnAn.nA .nil I ... I ... of the Mnscnlarnystem, all require the aid of the FOR AIJL FORim OF ULOERATIVE DISEASES, Either of tbe Kose, Throat, Tongue, Spina, Foro ad or Mean, no remeav nas ever nrovea lis eauai.- MOTH PATCHES upon the female face, depend ing upon a diseased action of tbe Liver, are very un pleasant to me young wile ana motner. a lew bot tles of Constitution Life Syrup will correct the se cretion, and remove the deposit whioh Is direotly ender the skin. in Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Langour, Dissiness, Indigestion, Weak ritomach, or an nloer- ated or cancerous condition of that organ, accom- pan led with burning or other anpleasant svrnntoms. anpleasant svmptoms, of CONSTITUTION win oe renvea Dy ui AsTAa a areneral BlooAnrlfylaff Agent, tbe Life Syr no atanda anriral. ei by any Preparation In tne World. Diseases of tha Spine, as usually developed In the young. Hip Disease, Neuralgia, and all Nervous Dis eases, and Ladies who are suffering from Diseases for whioh they are at a loss to know what to do. we would advise tha nse of CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP. It will restore their pallid countenance, strengthen tbeir weak back and side, give them new energy, new life and happiness. (; i j ' . . TUB RICII AJI POOR Arellable to the same diseases. ' Nature and Science have made the Constitution Life Syrup for tbe pen cil of all. . . , i PTJRE BLOOD j Produaes healthy men and women; and If the Con stitution is neglected in youth, disease and early death are the result. Do not delay when the means are so near at hand, and within the reach of all. ; To Mothers and Married Ladies.' j It Is the safest and most effectual medial ne ever dis covered for purifying the system, and relieving tbe suffering attendant upon childbirth. It trengtbeas both the mother and the child, prevents pain and disease, and increases and enriches the food. - Tboa who have used it think it indispensable. It is high ly useful both before and after confinement, as it prevents disease attendant upon childbirth. . CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP is the Poor Matt Friend and site Rich Maam'i BletMlntr! i BtTir IT, TAKE IT, AIYD BE CTJItEP! it is universal - IN us . WM. H. . GREOO,"M. IV I .. . 80LB PB0PBIKT0R. KEW YOEKi ,'. y -laboratory, Brooklyn, L. I. Price f 1 per Rottl U RotUea lor T' AV8entbyexTTeutesllpsrtsef theeounlry. j . "XOIttjlAjf tC AIJLiEIT, . j 1 t . o Wholesale Druggista, V-'l 1 -j ! J -v. - AGMT8, - i ;! 4 Cliff treat, new l'ork. eitJO'Se-dAweopei " i A -7- EFFECTs.taxelsior1EaveloDe8; , .-c:..x, OHIO STATESMAN STEAM PRINTING, BINDING A- PAPER HOUSE. HAVING PURCHASED AND COM. BIN ED the Printing Offio.a of Follett, Foster A Co. and Osgood A Pearce with our own extensive establishment, we can now offer to the public the facilities of the urgest md host complete , . PRINTING HOUSE ',.. ; . ; 1 .'. . . ' . IH THE WEST, And we are at all times prepared to exeoate, la the bestcaanaer, all kinds of, . .V' 'v" V.';"K BOOK & JOB PRINTING Particnlar oare and attention paid to , LAWYERS' BRIEFS, And la this) speciality we refer to tbe Lawyers of Ohio, MERCANTILE PRINTING, CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, DRAY TICKETS. DUPLICATES, RECEIPTS, CHECKS, CARDS, MILITARY BLANKS AND Blanks of Every Description, . Neatly and promptly executed. HANDBILLS, .'POSTERS AND PROGRAMMES, Printed in every color en a Mammotb Hoe Press, the wuz nin ss ui. aiua in tvcnuai uuio. . .Out facilities for RAILROAD PHINTINGr Are such that we turn out better -work of this kind wan any eeiaoiisnment in toe stale. i - -' ' EXTRA SIJBSTAITriAIs Made front the Best Paper, and of any style, of Cap,,Jpoml,'Hredlum, Bovrtl, Ytjfor Hoyal or Imperial Aapera, i With or without Printed Headings, to any require patterns, and inisbedia superior styles. i .j t ; IN TBS . Paper Department ! Ws keep on band the largact stock of ' !"" i-'.ii --'..5 ' PAPERS S& ENVELOPES '1 a : . v . . t i TO be found In this etty. Including Book and Hews paper IriDt,from the Clcvelaadl'aper Cp.. Imperial, ""Pf.vj'uvfcMd'uni. Jlenii and 'taps, from tbe Mills of Euaur Smith, ef Lee, Mast. si i . I I'll IQavlnf the sols agency in this city for I Plataer St Portrs Flrat Clasa Letter . ,V "J Watej Paper, , . y?vsi We can offer better paper "of ) lose sites than aay ones Ws'always keep pa band, of nil slses, J. Q. Preble's Although we A. act promise to work at tow as some of onr neighbors, sign bora, wta , we do guarant bar a S'rintinr visice. we do guarantee hotter stock and work, be fewad in this city. i r.. zatxuico ltEmae tasJ 'l'HK WJt'Ulmr taint of ' Infection which we fall Scrofula Inrks Ir ' tlio constitutions o S. miiliituiU' of n;cn. I cither produces or ii i, proiluccil liv nn cn ML fucUlul, vitiatctl sla.e a-''- sfifc"t 01 1110 DIIKWI, WIIVIUM tlint fldid licconics ir iacompeicnl lo sustnin ijisTjilio vitnl forces In their i5Jl vi3ro action, ami .it-nvcs mo sysiom io ajTiill into disorder anil iIkphv. Tho scrnfiilnna ontsminntion is variously mused by mercurial lisciine, loiv living, disonlcreil ilijiextion from tuliealthv food, Impuro nir, fillh und filthy isiliits, ifio deprcBsiiiif vices, and, above; nil, by "ic venereiil infocliun. Whatever bo its onpin, f is hcroilitnry in tho eoiistimtion, lescendin( from parents to rhililren unto tin third mid iiirth trciieMlLm";" indeed, it seems to he llie ol of Him who snvs, " I will vwit the itiinni-ii-s of the fathers iipon tlieir cliildrcn. '1 lie lineages which it originates tako various names, leeonlinjj to tho organs it nttntka. In the tines, Scrofula produces tubercles, and finnllv oiisiimption ; in the glnndu, swellings wliica uppurate nnd liecomo ulcerous sores j In ,the -toinnch anil liowcls, loninj!ements which pro luce indigestion, dyspepsia, nnd liver com ilaints; on the skin, eruptive nnd cutanoont flections. Tliese all liarino; die snmo origin, equire tho same remedy, viz. purilis-ntion and nvi'orntion of tho liloo'd.. Purify the .blood, ind these dangerous diatcmiiers leave yon. A'itTl feeble, foul, or corrupted blood, yon can lot hare health ; with that " life of tlio flash " utalthy, you cannot have scrofulous disease - Ayer's Sarnaparilla is componnrlod from tho most efrcctnnl anfl 1otc that medical science hns discovered for, his sfilicting distemper, and for the cure of Ae liaordcrs it entails. Thnt it it far sujicrior to 'my other remedy jot devised, is known by all who have jrivon it a trial." That it does ciyra nine virtues truly extraordinary in their f fleet upon this class of complaints, it indisputably proven by the great multitude of publicly known snd remarkable cures It has made of the following disomies : King's Evil or Glandular - Swellings, Tumors, : Erup tions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores, Ery sipelas, Bose 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 ana Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases, Femalo Weaknesses, ni. iudeod, tho wiioie eries of complaints that arise from impHrity' of the blood. Mitmto reports of Individual itsos may bo found in Ayer's America Almakac, which is furnished to the druggists for gratuitous distribution, ' wherein may bo -earned tho directions for its use, snd some cf ho remarkable cures which it hns made when It other remedies had furled to afford relief. Thoe cases aro purposely taken from nil sec- iiins of tho country, in order thnt every reader nav have access to somo one who can speak to iui of its licncfitii from personal experience. Scrofula depresses the vital energies, and thus caves its victims fur mora subject lo disease ind its fatal results tlinn are licnlthv coni-liiu-tions. Hence it tends to shorten, and docs rrcatlr shorten, tho average tlurxtion of hinnun iifc. The vast importance of these considcra lions has led ns to spend years in pcrfcciing a i-emedy which l adequate to its euro. This vc now offer to the public under the name of Arr.n's Sarsaparilla, although it is corn ,k)ciI of ingredients, soma of which exceed the V-st of Sirniarilla in alterative power. By tsniil von may protect yourself from thesnffer ing nnd danger of tlicsa disorders. Purge out 'ho foul corruptions thnt rot ami fester in the blood; purge out the causes of disease, and ,-igorous health will follow. By its peculiar virtues this remedy stimnlatct tho vitnl fimc :ions, mid thus e'xnolt the distempers which lurk within the system or burst out on any part of it. Wo know the public have been deceived by many compounds of Smimrila, thnt promised much nnd did nothing ; but they will neither he deceived nor disappointed in ihis. Iu. virtues have hern proven by abundant trial, and there remains no question of its surpass ing excellence for tho euro of tlio afflicting diseases it is in tended to reach. Although under the same name, it is a very different medicine from anv other which has been before the people, snd is far more effectual than any other which has ever been availublo to them. 'CHERRY PECTORAL; The World's Great Remedy fbr Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con sumption, and for the relief of Consumptive patients In advanced stages f; of tho disease. This has been so long used and so univer sally known, that we need do no more than insure. the public that its quality is kejit up to the liest it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to do all it has ever done. . Prepared by : Dr. J. C Atkb & Co., Practical and Annlyticnl Vkemiit Lowell, Mass. ' Sold by all druggists everywhere. Sept. It, UOMAwaevtr UssATDiKorssTUseful 1t Valuable Disco very! Insoluble Cement! applicable to the . atefularts. . Is of more general practical utll- ly tnaa any invention now be ore the Dublin. It has been thoroughly tested during the last two years Drsractioal men. and (pronounced by all to be ISTJFEIIIOII TO AJTS Adhesive Preparation known. Hilton's Insoluble Cement i Anew thing. I 1 .1 ' : It Combination. Is a new thine, and tha result of years of study; Its combination is on Scientific Principles! And under no clroumatances or kthange of temperature, will it oeoome corrupt or emit any ot femive smell. - , r ' 1 r :' . Boot and She Manufacturers. HOOT Ac Nnor, I ! Afannfaeturers, using Machines, will find it the bent article knuwa for Cementing the Channels, as it works withoutdelay, is not af fected by any ohange of temper ature. ' - Jewelers. ' .v'.'i.' ramUles.' jKwrxrjiisi Will find it sufficiently adhesive for tbeir use, as has been proved. If Isj sMrpecf ally adapt mi io acatiier. And we claim as an espeolal merit, that it stioks Patches and l.ininMtAltnAljiftnJ Ul.n. oiently strong without stitching. IT I THK ONLY L.ioi;ii CKiriF.irr' is liquid. extant, that is a sure thine for mending . , ,, . Furniture, ! .0 i -i Jros'Ucry, , , And artieles of household use, '.) -:i : II I ' Remember.''. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Is In a liquid form and at easily afyuvu mm pHW, Hilton's Insoluble Cement - Is Insoluble In water or oU. j Hilton's Insoluble Cement' Adheres to oily substances, I ' Finis.' HiiTmlierl In Vam(tnrlu'.n..r..' nnnre- pooiugee In trom 1 ounces no iw pounas. . IOIjTOW RROS, Ac Co. , - rrnpnetors, 'PBOypEitE,B,lJ r v-, , EDWAnD SOAJVLAlf A CO., ; . j .I j .'..j Bole AtenU for Cinolnnstl. Lord A Smith. Wholesale Prorrlrts, tsjs street, sole agents for Chicago, Illinois, to whom all orders nay be ad dx sued. Juue lo, l&w-diy jjnf J " J 0r R0BU.r. S (U 1 - r " stomach feOT. TO BE EXCELLED fei Regulator DIGESTIVE ORGANS. . iw'v;otAoVM V- VxtvV no. n tfOVYVO. W Ye- vvta ttowxw vmt, V)em vtvutYw tvefAea ,: atv atVvtrU oV Sovatv , tV XVwjbtCM.VxtXvjp,' Vf Bilious Fever, . ' Fever and Jlgue, ' ' Liver Complaint, (Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Jaundice, . ' Kidney Complaints, f-Y0a VC WVUVW; "Q. "Rojo.cV . ; Somotc "BvVlw vwvjovaXe, XW eot vui tieavXaXt. o.Aw. fAvx-ai vatvcov" Va. ' .. ; i v i wX e. x $ , IWvtuvcva XvtiW, c. ff7tss gitttri are put up in quart . iottJes, of whioh th4 abov in oao-.j timiU. S7 label is . Jlnily en ravei, : and U providti with a ... toft - guard from . ooun-tereif era. r (Prioa $1 fr boltl; or ixfor $, , f C. W. Jfobaofc, (Proprietor, Cini., to whom all order thould b ad drvteed, . ... '. "., , ' , Qfflot and Manufactory, J7ot. 66, 1 iS, 60, and 62 East Third Street. : ; ';F0R SALE BY; t DEALERS' GENEBALL7.'; ovlOt,twt.olf. v . -x . ' THIS IS A RICH AMD , . , PEOTORAE BALSAM; OT TBS MOST - r" HEAUNQ, SOFTENING, AND EXPECTORATINd 't.; . QV-AXITTBS. . -.. rr rs A strs axo russAat xmsnrs ron . . ISrASTB AND TOTJHO CHILDBED'. " ' it is a csiTAia sehsbt roa '!S ... ASTHMA, CONSUMPTION, HOOPING COUGH AND CROUP. 4f M taa asar ana ciurur assisav roa COUGHS, ICHRONIC COUGHS, COLOS. . SORE THROATS, NIGHT SWEATS, & Bleeding from the Lungs, 00 CENTS fliit DOTTLK. Tor Bale by all Druggists, and manufactured ealy. . w Br DB. BTBICKUUSD, 1 i , einiTt, o, . . o.u i it t nt.1. v a y o e Roberts. N. B. Marple. J.N. Penitf, Denig A SOot, Thrall at Uenham.and II. Wilson, Druggists. 1 jaiBJos-aawiy.iaea.iuurs.sa .. , . TheFrankliii Bonk of Portag'OonntT npnE mATYKtllt BAKTKof POHTACB A ooanty.being desirous of relinqnlshing it Bank ing Business, horebr gives notiqe of It. readiunsa te redeem its outstanding notes of olnulatlon at lis of fice in Franklin Mills, Portage county, Ohio, as quired by Section 41 of Its Act o I Incorporation. , ,P.b. 4. 1864. . ., , . J IkV I, DAY, Caeb febK-Sind.Uw T . : ..... I EstatO of J ohxt Cllll ord. Notice is iir.ntEftv oivf.iv, tii T the undoraiimed h" tins dv hrm err-'inted administrator of tbeii. nf John ('linnr-l, o.'r.asi td, lute "f Franklin on'intr Ohin. April 1. Vt. afJ-dU4r JACOk AHOAtABlma.