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TEHN S, (invahiably in advanc.) 'Dally, pw year...., : ' kiv tlio Carrier, per week Trl-Weckly, per year W eekl j, ii ugle oPy. one yea'-: " " " six mouths ........ Clubs of four copies, one year- ' " " iix months Clubs of ten copies, one year " six months . Clubs of twenty oopiea, one year- ' " " six months ' With an additional oof.y to the party who feu Club of ten or twenty. .f7 00 i. ISO . 4 ou .. a oo .. 1 oo .. 1 oo .. a 60 oo .. s oo ..so oo . 16 00 up the RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Hhowlng the arrival and departure of trains at Co jmbos. Ohio. On and after November Mth, 1863, reins will run as follow : . l.lttleNlaialsY Columbus A: Xenia U.K. LIAVI. AIRIV1. ' Cincinnati, Dayton, Riohmnnd and Indianapolis Night Ex- ... , press . MIR A.M. 8:36 A.M. Cincinnati Accommodation... :30A.M. :25P.li. Cincinnati, Dayton, Kiohtnnnd and Indianapolis Day Fx- .,., . pn,, . 140 P.M. 10:10 A.M. : Mail and Aoeommodation KM. 1:45 P M. T. l.OLiCill, Agent. Cleveland, Columbu ic lln'ti R. It. ' Niht Kxnress 6:60 A.M. 1:K0A.M. r Yorkers A. M. 1 P. M. Ilail and EiDress 8:00 P. M. 8:60 P. M. Mail ana express JAJ1ES pATTKRSON. Ageut. Central Ohl Ilail road. Ho. Express.. . ... ........... 4:00 A. M. 1:06 P. M. No. 4 Kxpress. to Newark only.wso A. M. So. 6 txpresa 8.-00 K M 1:00 A. M. W. J. KILL, Agent, rltteburr, Columbua Y Cln'ti 11. It. Mail Train 4:00 A.M. 1:00A.M. Express Train 1030 A.M. WKM, Acuumiaodftiiun . JOSEPH UOBINSON. Agent. Columbua Ic Indianapolis B. It. Line. (COLUHBCR, FIQUA INDIANA RAILROAD.) Indianapolis Kxpress K A. M. :S P. M. Indianapolis Kxpress K- M A- Viqua Express.. 6:16P.M. 10:18A.M. Uruaua Accommodation ;:VA... . O. A. HILL, Acont. UNITED STATES HOTEL Beach Street, Boston, Directly opposite the Boston & Worcester Railroad Depot.) THE UNDERSIGNED, WHO HAS been connected with the American House, in this city, for over nine years, has leased this well . known and popular., hotel for a tern of years, and ' piedimi himself to his frlmd and thepuMJc to use Lis utmott efortt to sustain the reputation of the UNITED STATES HOTEL aa a Aou. rThepublie may rely upon finding, at this nouns, all tii' aiViifcUuea and comforts "f tjintbtu hoUt, j9l Card. THE rNDf nSlOtD ItEISPECTFlI.- LY informs, herewith, the public in general, that he wili close, from and after the first day of next month, the Columbus City Drug Store, kepi since the last eight years past under the firm of .A. J. .SCilLELLEli 4 SU.V. ami that he will re ' move the 'aid Drug .Store to the Eagle Drug Store, on the Southeast corner of High and Kich streets, - which be purchased from the emteof hisdeoi-aeu . brother, Ernst Schucllcr, and will continue for the future lu bis own name, lining very thankful for ' pant favors, be takes the libortv to remark that ho is , an examined Apothecary, and haviugalarge well se- leoted stock of goods on band, ho hopes to receive at the new staud of the business a share of tho puhlio patronage for the future, and wishes to see at the new place, as well bis old friends and customers as also many new one; and especially would say that all proscriptions will be earcl'ull) compounded, at auy time during the day and night. Columbus, Ohio, January 3Hih, lf6t. AUUl'ST J. SCHUEIXER, janJ0-d3m Druggist. (Advertisement.) Dr. Wit field' Vegetable Pile Pill are warranted. . St. Lot;i9, Mo., Oct. 30, 1883. Mb. J. Yopng My Dear Sir: It is with great pleasure that 1 acknowledge t he benefit that I derived from one single box ot Dr. W'ittield's Vegetable Pile Pills. For series of months, and especially while in the army, 1 was most sorely alUicted with the Piles. , After using the Pills one week only, 1 feel like a new man, and am now satisfied that one or two boxes . more will entirely restore my former condition of health. Yours, respectfully, J. YV. CLAKli, Gov't Ag'U - Price CO cents per box. Sold by all Druggists. Sent by mail to any address. J. YOUNG. Proprietor. No. 130 Variok St., lew York. fabl6-wSm NEWFIRM. ROSE & BEEM, Merchant Tailors, Corner Town fc High St. HAVING ASSOCIATED OCRSELVES together under the above named firm, for the purpose of carrying on the above named business, we ana the attention of the puhlio to our large, rich ' and well selected stock of Goods in our line. We ' keep constantly on band a full assortment of the best grades and styles of Cloths, Cassimeres and Veilings: also, a full stock of Gents' Furnishing Goods. Wo attend to business personally, do our wn eutting, and warrant the best fits and finest work. Espooial attention is paid to Military Officers' Clothing. ROSE & BECIrl. anT "sale of real estate By Order of Court. V Sat unlay, the 4th day of June, A. D. 18C4, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Dremises in Perry township. Franklin oounty, Ohio, will be sold property of Charles A. Dewey, deceased, to wit: . The one undivided eighth (X' partot lots C and D,of the partition of lands among the heirs of An thonv Miller Harris, dee'd; Lot ' being part of lot Ko.38. section 1, town. S, range J!), L. b. Military lands ( 1 oiler' survey), containing 31 acres, more or le; and lot 0 containing 27 acres, more or lass, be . inirnu-t of lot No. 1. section i. town. 4. range lit. 0. 8. Military lands; reference being here bad to the ilat and record of said partition, in Complete Keeord io. 3. Daze 399. et rea. of the Superior Court of t ranklin oounty, uoio, inr a more particular descrip tion of said loU C and D Also, the lollowing lil's . estate, to wit: The undivided i three-eighths of . eaid lota C and D, above described, for and during the natural life of one Howard Penn; all ip Parr i township. Franklin eounty, Ohio. . Appraised Said real estate at $1fiT.50. " lite estate at Jivoo.OO. j Terxs One-half cash in hand on the day of sale, and the balance in one year thereafter. The difor red payment to bear interest from the day of sale, ' and be secured, as to said real estate, by mortgage on the premises; and as to said life estate, by note, ' with at least two good sureties. .... , , HEN'RY PIERCE. - Administrator of Charles A. Hewer, deceased. E. v . Ttllkr and H. U. Albirt, Att'ys. April M, ia6-dltAww Notice. HENRY D. DECKER, of tbe State of Pennsylvania, will take notice, that Samuel liiiaip, of in county of Franklin, and State of Ohio, did, on the Wth day of April, A. D. 1864. file his pe .tition a the Superior Court, of Frauklin eountv, -hta-e of Ohio, against the said Henry D. Decker, dolendaat: seting forth that the said Henry D. Deck er was iwlehM to him, the said Samuel Sharp, in the sum oi 100T8 100. with interest on the same from the reth day f September. A. D. IStfl. on a judg ment rendered September !9;h. 1848, before Mose bevmnur, a Justice uf the Peace, of Madison town thip. t ranklin oounty, Ohio, in favor of one J. A. Taylor, and against the said Henry D. Decker, being M a eoto given by Henry D. Docker to Rarv, Court, ng lit Company, n(j praying judgment anainst the aid Henry D. Deelior for the said sum of eluo 78-10 with interest from September Sth, 1848, and tho said Eeury 1). Decker it notified that he is required to ''f.pa.nlinsw.?r P''tin.on or before ,he . third Saturday after the 18th day of June. A. D. lfM, ndthat an order of attaohment has. besn issued -eut of vd Court, in esvid ease, and has been levied pon the following desaribed real estate, belonging u to the eaid Henry 1). liecker, to wit: All that tract or parcel of land in the southwest quarter of section No , township 11. range M. Mathew's survey, eon- toinlny aboat eeventyn (7) Mre,m0r or (ess, in Franklio eounty State oi ' Ohio, being the same 'premises K'jeu to Sarah Wootlring, b the wiU of ' ter father, Heury Dlldine, 4eaia " . .. - BAM0EL SHARP. ; By BI50HA1I A MoGrFrtT, bumm ; hit Atturaeyt. Maytb,1864.-wir nsvL'pring Goods. . . BBESI eOODS! AB the 5oveltiee a, ' opened. , . maiobU EMtern markets, jutt ' HAIM A b6S. . sU IX I !" IAki;if. JOLL.AU24 ot. U te South Hk IBueet. F the beet and strongest makes. Also, Genu . J and Hoys' Lmeo Coliart in all the fashionable h; .v Paper V list DmuIs, Lsvliee' Ppey Colljirt au d (JuSi. Uenlft' )k ites of all kinds. . . ... J Winter Arrangement. 1864 1864. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO CENTRAL OHIO AND STEUBENVILLE RAILROADS OFFER THE Sliortesitt lutck-t mill IIos Re. uanie iioute TO Pltteburfh, Ilarrlubnrg, Baltimore, aeniorion vitr I'nuaaeipbla, New York and Boeton. Direct eonneotlons are made at Bellalre with the BALTIMORE Ac OHIO RAILROAD, And at Pittsburgh with the PEraSYLVAXIA CENTRAL It. It. Trains leave Columbus daily (Sundays excepted) I follows: NJHHT EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus, via Cen tral Ohio II. ll.,WA. M.; will stop at all stations mien aiirnaien; arnving at tsellaire at 10:8A A. M.; Baltimore, 6:00 A. M.j Washington City, 8:00 A. il. Eight trains daily to Philadelphia and New York alxo conneota at Dellairn for Pittsburgh, Harrisbura Philadelphia and New York. NIGHT EXPRESS. VIA STEUBENVILLE Leaves Columbus 4:00 A. M.: Steubenville, 13:10 P. M.; arrives at Pittsburgh 8:50 P. M.; loaves Pitts burgh 4:34 P. M.j Harrisburg, SflO A. M.; l'hilalel- ahia.T:O0A. M.; New York, via Philadelphia, 12:00 1.; lialtimore, 7:00 A. M.; Washington City, tl:50 NEW YORK EXPRESS. VIA STEUBEN VILLE Leaves Columbus 10:20 A. M.; arrives at Bteubenvilte 6 P. M.j Pittsburgh, 8:05 P. M.; Harris, burg, 6:66 A. .M.j Philadelphia, 10:00 A. M.; New Vork, via Allentown, 1:46 P. M.; via Philadelphia. 1:46 P. M.; Baltimore, 11 io A. M.; Washiugtou City DAY EXPRESS. VIA CENTRAL OniO R. R.--Leaves Columbus SKI0 p. M.; will stop at all station! and arrive at Bellaire 10:00 P. M.; (irnl'ton, 2A. M.; Piedmont, 6:50; Cumberland, a J8: Martinsburg, 11:45; Harper's Ferry, 1KB P. M.; lialtimore, 6:O0 Washington City, 9:34; Philadelphia. 10:30 P. M. Eight trains to New York daily. Arrive at Pittsburg :lo A. M.: Harrishurir, 12:45 P, M.; Philadelphia, R-.30; New ork, 10:io P, M.; Baltimore, 6:40 P. M.: Washington City, :60 P. M. I. A. IIITTCIIINSOIV, Ueneral Paso. Agent. January 15, 1854. roiX MILES & W)i (SUCCESSORS TO GEO. 4 WM. McDONALD GROCEU8, No. 124South Illgh Street. PROPRIETORS OF THE COLUMBUS POWDER MAGAZINE. AGENTS FOIC TIIK ft ALE OF THE MEIlHEtlY WHITE WHEAT Fl.OUK. Agents for the sale of Uardnor, Puipps A Co. 'a Su gar Cured llama. ;U Dealere in CHOICE FAMILY GEOCEEIES Of every Description, Imported and Domestic. pi wi . r i : -i . r : c m : ... n;i. Sardines, etc. Mr All goods delivered free of enaree. KlcCOLIV, MILES Sc ITfrDONALDS, may!6 dlv N. 124 South High St. esxa-ulis-siiicd iro. Peter Lorillard. Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer, 16 and 15 CHAMBERS STREET, (Formerly 41 Chatham Street, New York), Would call the attention of dealers to the articles of his mauulacture, vu: BROWN SNUFF. Maeaboy, Demigroa, Pine Rappe, Pure Virginia, Coarte liappee, Nachitoches, American Gentleman, Copenhagen. YELLOW SNUFF. Scotch, Honey Dew Scotch. High Toast Scotch, Fresh Honey Dew Scotch Irish High Toast, Presh Scotch, or Lundyfoot. "Attention is calt.kd to the iargs reduc tion in ruicKS or Kink-Cut Chdwino and Smok- INO TOBACCOH, WHICH WILL Bl tOVHD Ot A BLTI KIOB QUALITT. TOBACCO. SMOKING. FINE-CUT CHEWING. SMOKING. Long, P. A. L., or plain, S. Jago, No. i, Cavendi'h, or Sweet, Spanish, No. 1, Sweet-Scented Oronoco, Canastar, Nos. 1 A 1. Tin Foil CaveudUh, Turkish. Mixed Granulated. N. B. A circular of price will be lent on appli cation. augl4'63-dly BROOKS, STEARNS & CO. VHOLI8ALI AND RETAIL DEALERS IN FINE AND STAPLE GEOCEEIES Foraign & Domsstlo Fruits. Choice Family Flour, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES. "Country Produce taken in Exchange for Goods. IVo. 873 South Illffli St. Columbus, Ohio. eAH Goods delivered free of charge to anv na of the city. DAVID W. BROOKS, ) iOHS 8TEARN8, N. MKRION. ) decT-tf Itm. H. HUlltAUA. SUCCESSOR TO McKEE A KESTIEAUX No. 106 South Illsrh Street, COIjTJMBUS, DEALER IN CROCERIES, PRODUCE PROVISIONS, Foreign & Domestic Fruits, FLO L II, 8.ULT, I.IQOIOS, sfce. Storage and Commission. Ilvl-tf BUNNO SPEYER'S BANKING HOUSE, Oommission, Forwarding and iNotanal Umce, GENERAL PASSENGEE AGE2fCTj Bremen. Hamburg & Havre Steamers. '-' " ' Am also .' . : RAILROAD TICKET AGENCY EAST Arfl WEST, j Rom. 7 ud 9 Wet Third Street, ' (Corner Main.) OlrLOlT tlAtl. O) , ; el.la-tf MERCHANTTAILORING. I HAVE JVST RECEIVED DIBECTa L Y from the Juut, tbe best assortment of V Gentlemen's Wcar! ever brooch t io this eitv, which I will (ell at very low figures for ( ah. Please sail and examine be fore puroiiMinf rAer. , . ep7-d ' Fo.no fcouik Huh fiueef. i WINTER ARRANGEMENT! Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. ForCinoInnntUlHiytou.nUhuioiisl, IndlanapollH und Cliicago. Without Change ot Van to Dayton and Hi liinoiit, and only ono Change ot Cure Io St. I.oiiU, Indian upolie ,nd Chicago, On and after Monday, Nov. 16, 1863, Trains will Bun ai follow! : FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUMBUS. (Sundays excepted.) FIRST TRAIN. CINCINNATI. DAYTON, RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS N1UHT feXPKKSS-Ceaves at 1:25 A. M., stopping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mid dletnwnand Ilaiuilton, arrivinaat Cincinnati at 7:25 A. M.; Kiehmnnd, 6:30 A. M.j Indianapolis, 11:10 A. U. Chicago, 9:34 P. M. SECOND TRAIN. CINCINNATI. RICHMOND, INDIANAPOLIS AND CHICAtid TRAIN Leaves at 6:80 A. M., stopping: at all stations on the L. AI . it C. A X. U. R., eonneotinir with the train on the Mnriotta A Cincin nati R. K. for Ilillsboro, Chillioothe and Marietta, arriving at Cinoinnati at 108 A. M.: at Dayton.8:3S A. M.j stopping at all stations on the Dayton A West ern Railroad, arriving at Richmond at 10:: A, M.i Indianapolis, 1:35 '. M.; Chicago, 98 P. M. ' WN. B. This train is the quickest from Columbus to Chicago; time occupied bcinj? 10 liours, which is three hours quicker than by any other Knilroad route. THIRD TRAIN. CINCINNATI, DAYTON, "ICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS DAY EXl'i.KSS-Leavrt at 1:40 P. M., stopping at ljondon, Charleston, Cedarville, Xenia, hpnug Valloy, Corwin. Fort Ancient, Mor row, South Lebanon, Foster s. Lovcland, Camp Denmson, Milford and Engine House; arriving at Cincinnati at 6:36 P. M.j Dayton ati:4'J P. M.: Rich mond at 6:41 P. M.j Indianapolis at 10:10 P. M., and Chicago, W A. M. ' . FOtTRTIT TRAIN. MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION-LeavesatBSB P. M., stopping at all stations on the L. M. A C. A X, It. R., except Cla.vsville, Fort Ancient, Branch Hill, M lamisville and Plaiurillc, arriving at Cincinnati at 80 A. M. Slerplng: Cum on Iight Train. N. B. For further Inl'nrniation apply at the Co lumbua Union Depot Ticket Office of M. I 1MII10RTY, Ticket Agent. T. EOUGII, Agent. P. W. MTRADEH, fieneral Ticket Aeent, I E. AV. tVOODUAHU, Superintendent,, n., , - ....... ,j Cincinnati. VIMUmDUV, HUV. IV, 1NM. To Indianapolis Direct without Change of Cars. Winter Arrangement. 1863. Columbus AND INDIANAPOLIS R. R. LINE. For I'rbnna, Springfield, Itayton. Pi qua, Hicliinond &. Indianapolie. Through to Indianapolis WITHOUT CII.WGK OF CARS, and but one ohange to Louisville, St. Louis and Chicago. On and after KIonday.'TsoT. If), 1803, Trains will leave Culumbus as follows: FIRST TRAIN. INDIANAPOLIS EXPRESS-At S.-05 A. M., eonnecting direct at Piqna at 4:35 for Troy and Dar ton; at Richmond at 8:30 for Audu'vi, Iigansport and Chicago, and at Indianapolis at i5 for Louis ville, Terro Haute, Evausville, Cairo St. Louis, La fayette, Springfield, Quincy, St. Joseph, Chicago, and all western and northwestern points. SECOND TRAIN. CRBANA ACCOMMODATION At :4S A. M. eonnecting at iJrbana at 11:30 for llellcfontaine, Ken ton, Carey, Findlay, Tiffin, Clyde and Sandusky. THIRD TRAIN. INDIANAPOLIS EXPRESS-At 1:40 P. M., eonnecting direct at Milford, south, for Mechanics burg and Springfield, and north for Marysville and Delaware; at Urbana at 3:45 for liellefontaine and Huutsville: at Piqna at 5:05 for Troy, Davton, Union, Muncieand Winchester: at Richmond at 725 for An derson, I.ogansport, Peoria and Chicago; and at In dianapolis at 10:25 for Louisville, Su Louis, Chicago and all western cities. FOURTH TRAIN. PIQUA EXPRESS At 6:15 P. M., connecting at 8:45 with Dayton and Michigan R. R. for Lima, i'u Wavne, Chicago, Toledo and Detroit. ,e-llie 2:oo A. M. train of this line is the only night train from Columbus for Indianapolis, Terre Haute, Lafayette and Chicago, an'' the western oities. Sleeping Care are Itun on IN I flit Traina This is the only through route betweeen Columbus nd Indianapolis, and the only route on which - Through Tickets! can 1e Hold. The cars of this line start from tl e depot on the west side of Uigh Street, opposite the Cincinnati Depot. On this route there is no ohange ot Care between 'olutnbus and Indianapolis, and no other route with out chaning ears exists. SLay your Tickets at the Columbus and Indian apolis Depot, thereby saving a chauge of Cars at Richmond. S For Ticket' and any information, apply at the office. OPPOSITE THE UNION DEPOT. Colum bus. II. ti. CAHEV. General Sunt. General Tidket Agent. II. B. BKiEI.OW, Ueneral Passenger Agent, Columbus, Nov. S4. lKSdtf 1863. Winter Arrangement. TIME CHANGED. Great Northern & Eastern Route. Cleveland, Columbus AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Tliroo Trains Xa11v EXCEPT SUNDAY. From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the Little Miami A Coluinhiu Jc Xenia ICallroiulM. FIRST TRAIN. VIC? ITT F.XPRESS Leavea Colnmhn. t 1-M A M. Will stop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington, Oilead. Galion. and at all stations north of (iiilinn- arriving at Cleveland at A. M.j Dunkirk, 8:45 P. SECOND TRAIN. NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Colnmhn. . lf.o P. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington, (iaiion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Welli ngton ami lirafUiii; arriving at Cleveland at 1:50 P. M.: Dunkirk. 8:17 P. M.: Buffalo. 9:40 P. M N.w York J:45P. M.i Hoston,4:&5 P. M.; Pittsburg, via Crest line, ai i jv r. ju., ruiiaaeipuia, ioaw a. m.; Uuica go, via (jrafton, at 6 A. M. THIRD TRAIN. MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Colnmhn. si. e.u P. M. Will stop At all stations south of Shelby, and at Salem, New London, Wellington, Grafton and lierea: arriving at Cleveland at t.-oo P. M,! Dunkirk. 1:4 A. M.; Ifuffalo, 420 A. M.i New York, J0P. M.j Boston, 4:55 P. M.; Pittsburg, via Crestline, al iM A. M.t Philadelphia. 6:80 . if.; Chicago. 10:40 CONNECTIONS. At Delaware with Springfield Branch for Rnrtnv field and all points on that road. At Crestline with Pittsburg Ft. Wayne end Chi cago Railroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Balti more. Also tor vmcago. At Shelby, with Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark Railroad for all points on that road. Also, for Tole do and Chicago. . At Grafton for Toledo. Ai Cleveland, with Lake Shore Railroad for Erie, Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York and Boston. Patent Steeping Car are ran on all .Night Train- to Chicago, Hew York and Vottton. 'AVBaggage checked through to New Xork and Boston, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and New York, via Crestline. RETCRNFNO : ' ,. Night Express arrives at Columbus at 1.-06 P. M. f!nlntnhn. A iwnm innH ftttnn Apriv a. I '..I ...u... . t-MX. M. Fare ae lvr aa by any other Rente. ' Ask for TiokeU via Crestline or Cleveland. ' , E..8. FtINT, ' j Sup't., Cleveland. Ohio. ' - ' ' ' ': ' JABIES PATTF.RItON, f i . t ' ' ,.-.Awn, ColumbBi, Ohio. : n.; uuuaio, ou r. .-u.; iew iorK, HWJU A. nj Uoston,30P. M, Chicago, via Crestline, 10:30 P. M., Pittsburg, S30 P. M. Philadelphia, 7:00 A. Jd.i Chioago, via Urafton, at 10JO f. M. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP COMPOSED OP JODIDE POTASSIUM, With the Compound Concentrated Fluid Extract ol Valuable Medicinal ROOTS AND HERBS, Prepared by Will. II. GREGG, M. D., Graduate College of Physicians and Surgeons, N. Y. formerly Assistant Physician Plackwcll's Island Hospitals, late Medical Inspector New York State Volunteer Depots, under Governor Edwin D. Morgan. Constitution Life Syrup BAgpnoDUCID 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 scientifio to cures which have no paral lel at the present day. Our medicine is peculiar; by It the seat of any disease is directly reached, and the equilibrium re stored. Those who have suffered long from painful and ob stinate diseases; Those who have vainly sought re lief from advertised medicines; Those who cannot be cured by othor physicians Are Invited to I'e Conatltntlon Life Syrup. . During the past five years we have contended with obstacles and overcome opposition as herculean as were ever enoountered by any reformers. RAPIDITY OF CURE. Some say, "Your cures are too quick," while oth ers doubt their permanence,' and think that diseases can only be cured by tho "slow recuperative process of Nature." This is our reply: In health, the body, like a well bnlanced scale, is in a state of Equilibrium. Hut when, from any cause, down goes one side of the scales, we have the effects of disease. What is requi site is, to restore tho normal balance of the scale. Constitution Life Syrup, A positive and spocifle remedy for a'l diseases orig inating, from an IMPURE STATE OF T1I1C BLOOD, and for all (hereditary) DISEASES trans mitted from PARENT TO ClllLD. 1'AHALYSIS. Hemiplegia. Paresis Paraplegia. Paralysis Agitans, It is so unirorsallyaclmitted that Constitution Life Syrup is the only effective luoiins of restoration in tho various forms of Paralysis, that we need not reti crate that it is emphatically the Ureat Life-Uiviug Power. DYSPEPSIA. Indigestion. Liver Complaint. Weight at Stomach. Constipation. Biliousness. Want of Appetite. Flatulence. Bad Breath. SCItOFtLA. Struma. Glandular Swellings. Ulceration. King's Evil. Erysipelas, Salt Rheum. This taint (tikhkiiitary and ACqwnitn), filling life with untold misery, is by all usual medical rem ical remedies incurable. ltllEt'IATISTl. Arthritis. Neuralgia. flout. Lumbago. Sciatica. Tic Douloureaux, If there is any disease in which the Constitution Life Syrup is a sovereign, it is in Rheumatism and its kindred affections. The most intense pains are almost instantly alleviated enormous swellings are reduced. Ca.es. chrouio or vicarious, of 20 or 30 years' standing, have beencurod by us. NERVOUSNESS. Nervous Debility. Shattered Nerves. Epilepsy, St. Yitus's Dance. Loss of Power. Confusion of Thoughts. Thousands who havo suffered for years will bless the day on which they roiul tlieo lines. Particularly to weuk.sufiering women will thismeilicine prove un inestimable blessing directing their footsteps to a Hope which fulfils more than it promises. MEKllRIAL DISEASES. Salivation. Rotting of Bones. Bad Complexion. Aches in Bones. . Feeling of Weakness. Depression of Spirits. CONSTITUTION LIKE SYRUP purges the svs tern entirely from all the evil effects of MERCURY, removing the Bad Breath, and curing the Weak Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the use of Calo mel is sure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gums and secures tbe Tooth as firmly as evor. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYETJP Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases o the Skin, liko IXCI3RS, riMI'I.rS IILOTCIIICS And all other difficulties of this kind, which so much disfigure the outward appearance of both males and females, often making thorn a disgusting object to theiriselves and their friends. CONSTITUTION LITE SYRUP Cures all Swelling: of the Glnnd Either of the Face, Neck, or Female Breast, and should be taken as w on as the swelling is detected, thus preventing tl eir breaking, and producing troublosome Dischsrxing Sores, which disfigure so many of the younger portion of the community, from six to twenty .rears of age, Young children are very subject to Discharges from the Ears, which de pend upon a scrofulous constitution. These cases soon recover by taking a few d'lMof the Life Syrup. All 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 accompanied with In flammation and Ulceration of the Uterus, are per manently cured by Constitution Life Syrup. The disease known as Goitre or Swellod Neck, tbe Life Syrup will remove entirely. The remedy should be taken for some time, as the diseaio is exceedingly chronic and stubborn, and will not be removed with out extra effort. Tumors of the ovaries, Tumors of the Breast, and swolling of other glands of tho body will be oom plotoly reduced without resorting to the knife, or operations of any kind. Epileptic Fits, Sympathetic or Organic Diseases of the Heart, as Palpitaiion, Disease of the Valves, producing a grating or filing sound, Dropsy of the Heart Case, and all the affections of this important organ (persons suffering from auy acute pain in the reu ion of the heart), will be irreaLlv rnliAvivt hv t!nn- stitution Life Syrup. t Broken Down and Delicate Conetltua tione, Sufforing from Indisposition to Exertion, Pain in tho Back, I ,oss of Memory. Forebodings, Horror of Calamity, Fear of Diseaio, Dimness of Vision, Dry, Hot Skin and Extremities, Want of Sleep, Rest lessness. Pale, Haggard Countenance, and Lassitude of the Muscular System, all require the aid of the CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP. FOR ALIj FORMS OF ULCERATIVE DISEASES, Either of the Nose, Throat, Tongue, Spine, Fore head or Scalp, no remedy has ever proved its equal.- MOTH PATCHES upon the fomale face, depend Ing upon a diseased action of the Livor, are very un pleasant to the young wife and mother. A few bot tles of Constitution Life Syrup will correct the se oretion.and remove the deposit whioh is directly under the skin. In Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Langour, Dizziness, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, or an ulcer ated or cancerous condition of that organ, accom panied with burning or other unpleasant svmntnms. will bej-elived by the use of CONSTITUTION LIFE SYKUP. " Ae a reneral Blood-Pnrlfylnff Agent, the E,ife Syrnp etanda unrival ed by any Preparation in the World. Diseases of the Spine, as usually developed In the young. Hip Disease, Neuralgia. and all Nervous Dis eases, and Ladies who are suffering from Diseases for which they are at a loss to know what to do, we would advise the use of CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP. It wili restore their pallid countenance, strengthen their weak back and side, give them new energy, new life and happiness. THE RICH AND POOR Are liable to the same diseases. Nature and Science have made the Constitution Life Syrup for the ben eat of all. ... PURE BLOOD Produces 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 to near at hand, and within the reach of all. To Mothers and Married Ladies, It il the safest and most effectual medicine ever dis covered for purifying the system, and relieving the suffering attendant upon childbirth. It strengthens both the mother and the child, prevents pain and disease, and increases and enriches the food. Thai, who have used it think it indispensable. It is high ly useful both before and after confinement, as it prevents disease attendant npon childbirth. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP la the Poor Man's Friend and the Rich Man's UleMlng! BUT IT, TAKE IT, AND BE CUBED! IT IS UNIVERSAL IN ITS EFFECTS. WM. H. GREGG, M. D , SOLE PR0PBIET0B. NEW YORK. Laboratory, Brooklyn, L. I. 1 Price f 1 per Bottle Six Uottles tor I .-.A--it 3. , . . 8eut by express to all parti ef the country. ' : . RIO KG AX ic ALLEN, . Wholesale Druggists, ' '. ,, .AGENTS, ;:! . ' i.-: ; d Cliff SUeet, new Yik.; anK!l-4Aweopa ; OHIO STATESMAN STEAM PRINTING, BINDING AND PAPER HOUSE. HAVING PURCHASED AND COM. PINED the Printing Offices of pollctt, Postor A Co. and Osgood A Poaroe with our own extensive establishment, we can now otfor to the public the facilities of tbe LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE PRINTING HOUSE IN THE WEST, And we are at all times prepared to execute, in the best manner, all kinds of BOOK & JOB PRINTING Particular care and attention paid to LAWYERS' BRIEFS, And in this, speciality we refer to the Lawyers of Ohio. MERCANTILE PRINTING. iNoxrniKo CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, DRAY TICKETS, DUPLICATES RECEIPTS, fx CHECKS, CARDS, MILITARY BLANKS AND Blanks of Every Description,' Neatly and promptly executed. IIANDBILLS, : POSTERS AND PROGRAMMES, Printed in every color en a Mammoth Hoe Press, tbe only one of the kind in Central Ohio. Our facilities for RAILROAD PRINTING Are such that we turn out better work of this kind than an; establishment in the State. r j I EXTRA SUBSTANTIAL. BlsEiTl'K 3300l3aJ3, Made from tbe best Paper, and of any style, of Cap, Demi. Medium, Koynl, Super Iteyul or Imperial fapere, With or without Printed Headings, to any required patterns, and finished in superior styles. IN TBI Paper Department We keep on band the largest stock of PAPERS &z ENTELOPES To be fonnd in this city, including Book and News- apcr Print, from the Cleveland Vapor Co., Imperial, upor Royal. Koyal, Medium, Demi and Caps, from the Mills of Eliiur Smith, ef Lee, Mass. Having tbe sole agency is this city for Platner Ic Porter's First Class Letter . and Not Paper, We ean offer better paper of these eiiet than any one else. We always keep on band, of all sites, J. Q. Preble'i Excelsior Envelopes. Althongh we de not promise to work as low as some of our neighbors, who have ne Prlntlnsr Off icee. we do guarantee better stook and work than can be found in this city. j mCXIABl) WETETS. , taut 1 The peculiar tnlnt or Infection which we call Scrofula Inrki ir the constitutions o multitudes of men. I fiihcr product1 vr It produced hy mi en fcoljU'il, viii'ntcil stn e 'tit the blood, whore a ;ilmt lluiil become it 1$ !WiM!Tsilllievitiil for ,1, PIICMIIIl j! !WuiM!Tsilllie vitnl forces in llioiri III,, (1,011,11 , i 'full into (limnlcr nml ."-v.-tSvs""" lccny. Tlio scrofulous contnininiitiun is variously cniifcil hy mercurial disease, low livitifr, disordered digestion from 'itihenllhr food, impure nir, fillh und filthy unit, tfio depressing vice, hihI, nhovo nil, hy the voncrciil infection. Vliiilcvir be its oripin, t 1 hereditary In tho constitution, descending ' from parents' to children unto tli'j third unit rutirtlt. (reiicriitruii j " imliml, it seems Io lie the rod of llini who says, " 1 will visit the iniipii ies of tho Withers iipon their children." 'Hie discuses whirls it oriiimtcs ttiko vnriims nnnies, 'Accord inff to the orpins it nttneks. In tho iuurs. Scrofula produces tulicrchs, nnd finnllv ''oiisiiniption ; in the t'lmuls, iwcllini;i which tuppurnto nml become ulcerous wires in tlie toinneh mid bowels, (leriin(?cmc:its which pro duce indigestion, dyspcpsin, und liver com ,iluints ; on tho skin', eruptive und riititncoui ilt'cctions. These nil linvinj tho sumo origin, eqniro tho sumo remedy, viz. piirilirntion nnd mvitpmition of tlio blood. Piiiify the blood, nnd tlics'i dangerous dintcmpcrs leave you. With feeble, foul, or corrupted blood, yon enn uot luive lienlth ; with thnt " life of tlio fiosh " healtliy, you cannot huve scrofulous diaeuse. Ayor'a Sarsaparilla is compounded from tlio most cflcctnal anti dotes thnt medical science hits discovered for this ulllicting distemper, und for the cire of tlie disorders it entails. Tlint it is fur superior to iiny other remedy yet devised, is known by all who Imvo given it a trinl. That it does com bino virtues truly extraordinary in their effect upon this class of compluints, is indisputably proven ly tho prcat niultitiido of publicly known and rcnmrknblo cures it has niailo of tho followinjr diseases : King's Evil Or Glandular Swellings, Tumors, Erup tions, Pimples, Blotches and Sores, Ery sipelas, Hose or St. Anthony's Fire, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Coughs from tu berculous deposits in the lungs, White Swelling?, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases, Female Weaknesses, nnd, indeed, the whole cries of complaints that ariso fiom impurity if the blood. Minute reports ot individual n-es may ho found in Avkr's Amkiiicaw Almanac, which is furnished to tlio tlrujrjrists lor pratiiitous distribution, wherein may be jMructl the directions for its use, and home cf he remarkable cures with ti it has niailo when ill other remedies had failed to n fiord relief. I'lio-io cases lire purposely taken from nil sec .ions of the country, in order that every render mitv Imvo access to' some one who can speak to litis of its benefits from personal experience. Scrofula depresses the vital energies, and thus caves its victims far more subject to disease nnd its fatal results thun lire healthy constitu tions. Hence it tends to shorten," and does rrcntly shorten, the avcrnpo duration ot! human ife. The vast iinpnrtanro of these considerat ions has led us to sicnd years in perlec'ting a vniudy which is adequate to its cure. This ve now offer to tho public under the name of Vvkr's Sarsapakiixa, although it is com msed of ingredients, some of which exceed the icst of Sirfiiarilla in alterative power. By ts aid you may protect yourself from the suffer and dunger of theso disorders. I'uryo out he foul corruptions tint rot and fester in the lood ; iure out the causes of disease, and ic.oroiis health will follow, liv its peculiar irtues this remedy stimulates tlio vital func tons, nnd thus expels the distempers which nrk witliin tjiu system or burst out on any art of it. Wo know the public liavo been deceivod by nanv compounds of Sarmparillii, that promised nucii and did nothing; but they will n?ithcr lie leccived nor disappointed in this, lu virtues i.ivc k'eii proven by nlmndaiit trial, and there emnins no question'of its suipassinjr cxcullnnce or the cure of the afflicting diseases it is in ended to reach. Although under the same 'lame, it is a verv different medicine from any ither which has Wn before the people, and is ;'.ir more ellei tnal than any other which hat 3ver been available to them. AYEE'8 CHERRY PECTORAL, The World's Great Hemedy for Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con sumption, and for tho relief of Consumptive patients in advanced stages of the disease. This 1ms been to long used and so univer sally known, that we need do no more than assure tho public that its quality is kept up to the liest it ever has been, und that it may be relied on to do all it bus ever dono. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Avtn 4. Co., Practical and Analytical Chemitti, Lowell, Mast. Sold by all druggist everywhere. Iipt. ls'lnta-dfcmowlr Umat Discovert Useful & Valuable Discovery! HILTOKT'S Insoluble Cement! innlleahla la the Is of mnre ffeneral craotioalutil- useiui arts. my man any invention now De- tore the public it has been thoroughly tested during the last two years by practical men, ana pronounced by all to be MJyKItlOK TO ANY Adhesive Preparation known. Hilton's Insoluble Cement A new thing, ft Combination. Soot and Shoe anufaoturers. Jewelers. Families. . Is a new thine, and the result of years ot study; its combination B (III Scientific Principles) And under no circumstances or hange of temnerature. will it i : . . g ugcuiuo vurrujib ur uiii auy ur I'ensive smell. BOOT tV snoE Manufacturers, usinir Maehlnes, will find itthebestartiuleknowu for Cementing the Channels, as t worxs witnoutueiay, is not at- eetea by any onange ot temper tture. vVill find it sufficiently adhesive or tneir use, as nas been proved. It In ettpec tally adapt hi to mcatner. And we claim as an esneeial merit, that it sticks Patches and Linings to coots and bnoes suui ciently strong without stitching. IT TS THR OVT.Y UUunld. I.IILII CEIUEXT extant, tnat is a sure thing for manilin Fni-nltnre, ejrocuerr, Toym , lion, Ivory, And articles of honsehold use. HEME?IIEIt . Eemember. Hilton's liinoluble Cement Is in a liquid form and as easily appuea as paste. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Is insoluble in water or oil. Hilton's Insoluble Cement Adheres W oily substanoes. , ; Null. Supplied In Family or Manufac turers' naokaess fron 1 ounnal to 100 pounds. rropnetors. PROVlDENtE, 3. !. EDWARD SCjUVIiA! tc CO., "' ' Bole AgenU for Cincinnati. Xord A Bmlth. Wholesale Pmitsts. S Lake street, sole asrenrt for Chicago, Illinois, to whom all eruen nwy nHinun, use sv, sego-osy Ms. OR; RGBftCK'S STOMACII, BITTERS ARStlOT TO BE EXCELLED STOMACH IO ana ' Ilegulator DIGESTIVE ORC&NS. o.YCoocYC-oNfvavvV- , Vve cv wvevtvwc vcfv Vvv c a vcwvsAvaV tx,e-ifv a 2,ym Yc-vvUvXov oi - vnevv. , Wc- "Wcs x 8ov, VYte, ViLCW YiAVC WdC-& u .yocy Vvmft, wva a , Ijilioua Fever, Fever and jlgue, Liver Complaint, (Dyspepsia, . Indigestion, Jaundice, Kidney Complaints, Wuy uvwve. YC COYtVOe O'J VIVYC UYv OXXVeYvA. YOO V aYCCOOY iWdYvYVm, "By. "RoWcVs DotoY, tovW. "Oy. "Rott.cV UCC O.Yv CoVOY,. "By. "RoNacxcVft "Oy. "SLoWcNO . A.y'. avav wavvc.o. iv8,wK.Yv, "SLeiWYaix .vy, These gitUrs are put vp in quart "bottles, of whioh the above is afaa- . simile. The label is finely en gravel, and ia provided with a safe -guard from counterfeiters, (Price $1 per bottle, or six for $5. C. W, Jfobacfc, Proprietor, Cin.t to whom all orders should be ad dressed. Qffioe and JSanufoMory , JJos. 5, 68, 60, and 62 East Third Street. FOR SALE BY ' DEALERS GENERALLY, Novl0'83-d,twfceow1y. SALE OF REAL ESTATE . Liy Order of l?rotate Court. OX the 31st day of May, A. I). 188J at 1 o'clock, afternoon, on the premises, will be sold to the highest bidder, the following rral estate, as the prop erty of Isau Ilorlocker, Arthur M. Ilorlovker and John W, Ilorlocker, by John Ilorlocker, their guar dian, to wit1 Throe undivided one-seventh parts of a tract of land beginning at a stako or stone in the oounty mad northwest earner to lot No. 2, as platted and describ ed iu partition proceedings in the Court of Common I'leas, wherein Ann Cliok et al, were plaintiffs and Jane Fairchilds et al. were defendants' running thence with said road N.SOdcg, W.21 38-100 poles tna stakesouthwest comer to lot So. (of said partition; thenco with tho south line of said lot No. 6 and the south line of lot No. 4 of said partition, 8. 88 deg. 10 min. E. 141 M-loO polos to a stnke or stone iu the east line of the quarter section; thenco with said quarter section 1 di'g. 40 inin. W. 18 83-100 poles to stake northeast comor to lot No. S of said partition; thence with the north line of said lot No. 2 N. 88 deg. 10 min. W. 130 47-100 polos to the beginning, con taining 16, acres of land. A pnraised at .'I8 per acre. 1 will also sell the balance of said premises on said day, and at said place, to tho highest bidder, by vir tue of powers of attorney given me for that purpose by the owners thereof. Tkruh of Walk One-third of the amount for which said 3-T parti sells in hand on dav of sale, and the balance in one aud two equal yearly payments, with interest, to be secured by mortgage on prem ises. The whole of the amount for wbiob tbe bal anoe of said premises sells to be paid in cash on day of aale. ' ' JOHN H0BL0CKEB, Guardian of Ieaao Uorlooker. Arthur M . Ilorlocker and John W. Horlockv, aprll28,18t-w4w ... ...... 1 WM.l .P K0BABC0. WM. If. Kixsir FB0BASC0 & BAMSEY, -r ATTOBNEY8 AT LAW IVo. 68Weet Third Street, . . ; TIMES BtJIUUNd, : mob8-3m rlBLG IiINF.1V . eonsistlng of Damasks, Tal ble Cloths, Napkins and D'Ovlies In great varie tyand at reasonable prions. Also, Wine Damask and Fruit DOjlles. Tnrkiak Bath Towels, L Cur tains. etO. BAIN ic tOIV, -. . y ' Ho 9 to M South High street; GEO; W. AND REWS, t Attome7; afld ComiselloT at 'Latr", WAPAKONETA, ' 1 - tnt'i'en In'-1 the Coar of Weeteni Ohio. oba-U.