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RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
' Showing the arrival and departure of trains at Co
liuibus, Ohio. On and alter Way lath, 1864,
trams will ran aa follows i ,
I Jttle muatnl Coinmbae Xenia B.H
' . v ' : . ' " II ATI. 11MVB.
Clncinnsti, Dayton, Richmond '. .
nit Inrlianannlia Niffht R-
prees-" iswA.jn. ua.ai.
Cincinnati Aewmmodation... 0:00 A.M. 0:36P.M.
Vinoinneti and Dayton Day . -
Express 11:30 A.M. 10:10 A.M.
Mail and Aonommodation.. ... W K M. 1:46 P. M.
. T. LOU OH, Agent. .
Cleveland, Colnmbne dc ClnU B. R. j
KlrttEiipres. S:M A. M. 11:46 A.M.
Hw York Express MflO A.M. 110 A.M.
lli.il audlxprees loP.M. 80 P.M.
' JAMES PATTERSON, Agent. .
Central Oala BaAlraad.
Po. fxpress.". 4:10 A. M. UrKA. M.
W.4xpress,toNewaraonly.l030A.M. -
He. Impress.. .-00 P. M. 1 KM A.M.
, , . W.J. FELL, Agent. ;
Fittskart;, Celamsas Ac Cln'tl B. H.
Mail Train-. .,...... 4:10A.M. 10 A.M.
Express Train.... 1030 A.M. 116 A. M.
jhirinmmftil fctMill 9:00 1 Jtt
JOHN B. PKTERS.Agent. ;
Great Central It. It. Line.
T 'rCbtCMBW. WQUA IRMAIU BaIUMUP.) "
Indianapolis Express.'. 11 JO A.M. 1:46 P. M.
Pique and Toledo Express.. 6.-O0P.M.. 8;SA-
Columbus and Indianapolis D '
Aooommodation E KM A.M. lOflOP.M.
O. A. HILL. Agent.
fcttERAL McCLELL AN'S
..:-4 -.repoet; . .
s5 A CHEAP: EDITION;
The Proprietors of Th Chicago TImis are abou
to issue,
W CHEAP IlOOh- FORM,
' . ... .... i I ' - - '
(paper oovsrs.
neril McOlellan's Eeport,
as originally transmitted to the War Department by
aim.- As this it document of the -'
MOST
EXTRAORDINARY PUBLIC
INTEREST, .
IVouAlittohave- ! l ' ' ' f - l - L -UNIVERSAL
CIRCULATION.
It ought to be read by every man. woman and
ohild in the country.
We solicit early orders, that we may know how
Urge the first edition shall be.- It will be supplied
as follows:' "V "
iSeopiee..
SSeopies..
AO copies..
3 00
. 600
. OOO
It will also be furnished by our city newsdealer
.at the above rates. ; t- . - - r .
. STOREY & WOBDEN. '
marl-d8twedAsatw3w
AND
STRICKLAND'S
SNTI - CHOLERA -MIXTURE.
Is a composition of astringents, absorbents, stimn
tjiU and carminatives, which every physioiau ae
no ledges is the only preparation that will effect a
permanent cure of Diarrnoea and Dysentery. Ibis
Xnti-Cnolera Mixture is now in bmo in several of our
army hospitals, where it gives he greatest satisfac-
tion. It has saved the lives of thousands of our sol
'diersand citisens, and we will guarantee it te be the
best remedy in the world for Diarrhoea and Dysen-
Woods, of Covington, Ky., will be mosthap
y to satisfy any one as to the virtue of Strickland's
'Anti-Cholera Mixture; in fact we have a great num
'ber of testimonials from patients who have been
"cured after being pronounced incurable by their phv--Sicisns,
some after taking only one bottle of Strick
land's Anti-Cholera Mixture If you suffer with
Diarrhasaand Dysentery try one bottle.
V.. Soil In Columbus, Ohio, byS. E. Samnel, f,
niobfTtA.N. B. Marple, J. K. DenigJ)enig A Sons.
'Thrall A Benham, H. Wilson and R. Jones A Son,
"Druggists. .:
. t jaoa'04-dAwIy.tues.thurs.sat. - - ,
Legal Notice.
IT D. DECKER, a realdent af
TTENBT
XX the
Himt nf Pannsvlvania. will take notice, that
John Morehart. administrator f bonU non with the
will annexed of William 8oneils, deceased, has this
day Bled hispetition in the Superior Court of Frank
fin county, and State of Ohio, against him: setting
forth that said Henry D- Decker is indebted to him
as administrator aa aforesaid, on three promissory
notes, one for 061.64 and interest from December 50,
153; one for $16.05 and interest from Jannary T,
J (453, and ene for $40 and interest from Novem
bar to, 1851. the last of said notes being given to
Franklin Laylor or bearer, and having been paid by
raid William Sonells as thesorety of said Henry D.
Deckers that said plaintiff prays for a judgment
and an order of attainment against said Henry 1).
Decker for said indebtedness, and that said Decker
is required to appear and answer said petition, on or
before the third Saturday after the 3d day of July
next, or judgment will be rendered against him on
default... ..3 J0RS MOREHART, Adm'r, Ac.
8. K. OlDe. AU'y.
olnmbns. 6., May 14. 1804-w0w-7
Master Oommissioner'a Sale.
Asa Davis ) Superior Court of
vs. I ranklin county,
Biohard H- Snowden A ethers.) Obiov
T2 PITBSTJANCB OF JlW ORDER OF
the Superior sjonrt or i-ranmin Bounty to me
direoted, 1 will efer for sale at public auction at the
door of the Court House, in the city of Columbus,
n ...
Tuesday the 12th day of July, A. D. 1864,
at two o'clook, P. M.,the following described real
ulate Tn" Mifflin township. Franklin county,
Bute ef Ohiov being purl of Lot No. two (3 of the
partitioa between Reed'r heirs, beginning -t a stake
northea t corner of Alexander Lackey's land, frurn
whidhabeeob tea inches in diameter bears 8. 38 dog.
cast nine feet and aa oak six inches in diameter bears
K . 14 west fourteen feet; thenoe South sixty-one
and one-fourth poles to said Lackey's southeast cor
ner; thence east along the south line of said Lot
n amber two (3) one hundred and nineteen poles, to
the east line of section three, township one. and
range seventeen O. B. .: thenoe north on said see'
tion line sixty-one ana one-fourth poles to the
north line ef said Lot number (2) two; thenoe west
along the north line of said Lot two one hundred
- end nineteen polos to the place of beginning, oou--taining
forty-Ire and 60-100 acres, more or leas. , .
Appraised at forty ($ dollars per acre. ,
WILLIAM DOMIGAN.
Sheriff end Master Commissioner. -
-Trtn'flT'sfeestiioa,
juneil-dltAwtij
. tr i.. ft ! I- O.I.
Thomas A.Jonetlgaor crt. TtMin
gynxm i'ltweVaUi ; Uunty, Ohio. . .....
IN PTItSFANCB OF AW OBDEB Or
tfce Supwrior Court of Franklin county to me
direcUxl, 1 w ill offer for sale at public auction, at the
door of the Court HuuMyin the city of Columbns,
on . - i. I .... ;
Toesday", the 12th day of July, A." D. 1864,
at two o'clock, P. Mm tbs following described real
estate, siltinte in the city oi Columbus, county of
Fmnklin, State of Ohio, to wit:
'iwtuiT-Av feet otf the etstrsldk of Lot number
twMity-t1ireef,M dnsigneted on a platef sabdi
vwioaof Out-loUof tbeuityef (lolumbas nuber
ed one hundred and tbirty-ene(l.ll)and onehuadred
en tliirty-two lUi), made by Wm. Dennison and
Kuoort E. Nell, a the seme is rnoordpd In Hit
Keronis, in the Kooordor'e ooice ef Franklin eountyj
ifpre""k WM. DOMIOAN, :;
3 ' - Sheriff and Matter Commissioner.
PrinWs fees,$0 76 . r, 1 : . 1 : . ; i
, iunnll-l'twwt4
Notice.
TO AL!- WrOM IT MAY CONCERN. WhereM
my ( !.met f,m-n. having left my bed and
orA, tort"'-.'-'" arafeeatioaltbietota
: it miiia mg or harboring her on
t .n.i. I pa 110 u 'ts of hrcorTr(!.-inf
a vi- nv. tAUi)U;' o.
jvuni-.Darf, Ohio. Bfarek 17 le4. mariHiSJoib
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Uuyion.Klchenond,
Indiana polls ana llilcnjro
Wlthon t Change of Care te Day tea and
HicnmeM, him air ene t aaags
. Care tm t. Aeute, Indian I
: .. apolie and. Claitcago.
On and after Monday, May 23, 1864, Trains will
, j,- 1 Kna as I0U0WI! ' -
FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROffl C0LUB1BUS.
' v '!' (Sundays excepted.l
.i ' . i ; r, flRST train: ; '
CINCINNATI. DAYTON. RICHMOND AND
INDIANAPOLIS NIGHT EXPRESS-Leaves at
136 A. M,, stopping at London.Xenia, Dayton, Mor
row and LoTeland. arriving at Cincinnati at 6M, A.
M.t Richmond, t:3S A. M.; Indianapolis, J0 A. M.;
Chicago, 86 r. M. -
-CINCINNATI. RICHMOND, INDIANATOLIS
AND CHICAGO TRAIN Leaves at 00 A. M.,
stopping aA all stations on the UM.t 0. A X. K. K
connecting with the train on the Marietta a Cincin
nati R. R. for HillaborO, Chillioothe and Marietta,
erriving at Cincinnati at 11: A. M.: at Dayton 81
A. M.; stopping at all stations on the Dayton A West
ern Railroad, arriving at Richmond at 10:40 A, M.
WTN. Bw This train is the quickest from
tfolumbiiB to Chlcafiroe time occupied belnp-
14 hours and 33 minutes, which is quicker
than by any other Kaiiroaa route.
" THITtn TRAIN.
miTmwwiiPT nivipftv vrffTvnVTk . A Vn
INDIAN APOLB DAY EXPRE3r-Leayes at 11
A. M., stopping at Jefierson, London, Charleston,
Cedarville, Xenia, Spring Valley. Uorwin, Morrow,
South Lebanon, Foster's, iioveland, Camp Dennison.
Milford and Engine House: arriving at Cincinnati
at 4:46 P. M.; Dayton at 3:00 P. M. Riohmond at 00
P. M.; Indianapolis at 8A0 P.M., end Chicago, 8:30
T . .... rnnnm TP l TW
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leeve at 06
P. M., stopping at all stations on the L. M. A Cr X.
R. R., except Claysville, Uranoh Hill, Miamuville
and Plainville, arriving at Cincinnati at 4.-00 A. il. .
V; ' ' " 1 : .
Sleeping Cnr on I Iff lit Tralna fbr
' Cincinnati and InUlanapolin.
' N. B. For further Information apply at the Co
lumbus Union Depot Ticket Office ',
HraitY 1IKOOKS,
Ticket Agent.
" T. IXUOn, Agent '
p. W. 8THADEH, r
. . . Genernl Ticket Agent, lrinninntl
E. XV. WOODTABD,l'llll!ll"l,U'
3 Snperintendent.)
Columbus. May 18, 1864. ' - .
BENNO SPBYBR'S
BANKING HOUSE,
Oommissioii, Forwarding and
Notarial Office,
GENERAL PASSENGER AGENCY
FOB TBI
Bremen, Hamburg & Havre Steamers'
RAILROAD TICKET AGENCY)
- "EAST ASn iVEST. "
$ 'Mom . T and O West Third Street,
- (Corner Main.) . i
'.. OixkbixxxLAtly O.
Clt.l883-tf
mil MILES & MWALliS,
(SUCCESSORS TO GEO. A WM.McDONALD
o no O ERS,
Ne. 194 Santh High Street.
PROPRIETORS OF THE C0LTJMBTJ8 POWDER
HA0AZISE. ,
AGENTS FOB THE" SALE OF THE
' MEDBERY WHITE WHEAT FLOUR. -Agenu
for the sale of Gardner, Phipps A Co.'s Su
gar Cured Hams.
Dealers) In
CHOICE TAMILY" GEOCERIES
Of every Description, Imported and Domestic.
Fine Wines, Cordials, Liquors, Sogers, Olive Oils.
Sardines, etc. " All goods delivered free of
charger
McColm, miles & ihcdonalds,
niayUdly No. 124 South High St.
E8TABIISIIED 1700.
Peter Lorillarde
Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer,
' , It and 18 CHAMBERS STREET,
(Formerly 43 Chatham Street, New York),
Wonld call the attention of dealers to the articles of
hit manulaoture, vis: .
'. ,, BR0W5 8HTXF7.
Macaboy. Demigroe,
FineRappe, Pure V jrginia.
Cuarl'e Rappee. Nachitochee,
1 American Gentleman, Copenhagen.
YELLOW SHUTF.
Scotch, Honey Dew Scotch,
High Toast Scotch, - Fresh Honey Dew Scotch
Irish High Toast, Fresh Scotch,
or Lundyfoot.
AAmirnON 19 Oill.KD TO THB LABOR BEDrfl-
tiok im rmoig or Fini-Cct Chdwiho and Snog-
txo Tobaocob, which will bb rooriD or a icra-
BIOBQOALIIT. .. .
TOBACCO. " V -SMOKING.
FINE-CUT CHEWING. SMOKING,
Long, P. A. L., or plain, 8. Jago,-
No. 1, Cavendish, or Sweet, Spanish,
No. 3, Sweet-Scented Oronooo, Canaster,
Nos. 1A1. Tin Foil Cavendish, Turkish,
: Mixed Granulated.
N. B. A circular of prices will be sent on appli
cation. , ...
eugHtWly '. . '. r ,
BROOKS. STEAR NS & CO.
' VH0LB8ALI AKD KBTAIL DIALBBg lit
FHfE AND STAPLE GKOCEBIES
Foreign & Domestic Fruits,
i ', Choice ITtimily Flour,
PURE WINES AND LIQUORS,
, FOB MEDICINAL PURPOSES.
sW Country Produce taken in Exchange for Goods.
ZVo. C73 Boutin IJJfflt St.
: , ColtunbTis, Ohio. .
AsTAtt Goods delivered free of charge to any pa
. .u- ..... , ,
PATID W. BB40E& 1 '
johh erBABtrsv i : '
H. MBBION. - i .
. deoT-u - - - k-" ' - - ,;" .
! NEWFIRM.
?, n OSB & DEELl,
e JSIcrcIiant Tailors,
' ''' djoner Town Jc Vlgflt. Btew
-TT A VINO ASSOCIATED OCBSELVES
XX- together ender the above named firm, for the
purpose of carrying en tne auare uiosu uu.iumi,
uk fh &uiiii.a of th Ttublie to oar lane, rioh
and well selected stock of Goods in our line. We
keep oonstautly on hand full assortment of the
beat grades and styles of- Cloths, Cessimeres 'end
Vestiugn: also, a full stock of Gents' Furnishing
Goods. We attend to business personally, do our
na .Mil wMrrsnt. the best fits and flaest
wnrk. ' Espeoial attention if peid te Military Offioers'
Uotbln,.i Vi. .. - BOSE jk DEEFI
ent ' "":
Summer Arrangement.
1864.
EAST.
yyr I '"'ft
"'utrrt hm"
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE RAILROADS
.OFFER THE i
Shortest Qniokcat and Moat Be
. . liable Itoute i
,,r-:--.: .to,.
Pitteburgh, , HarrlBburg;, Baltimore,
Waahington City, Phlladelpula, ,
i JVew York and Boiton.
Direct connections are made at Bellaire with the
UALTIITIOHE Ac OHIO KAILKOAD,
, :,, And t Pittsburgh with the - , t '
CEiVritAl. It. K.
- Trains leave Columbus dailr (Sundays excepted)
as follows: i
NIGHT EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus, via Cen
tral Ohio R. R.,4:10A. M.; will stop at all stations
when signaled; arriving at Bellaire at 10:48 A. M.;
Baltimore. 40 A. M.; Washington City, 80 A. M.
Eight trains daily to Philadelphia and New York,
lso connects at Bellaire for Pittsburgh, Uamsburg,
Philadelphia and New York.
NIGHT EXPRESS, VIA 8TEUBENVILLE
Leaves Columbus 4:10 A. it.: Steubeuvillo, 12:10 P.
M.; arrives at Pittsburgh 8i60 P. M.; leaves Pitts
burgh 436 P. M.j Harrisburg, 1SW A. M.i Philadel-
pnia,7.-OOA. Al.: new lorn, via rnuaaeipma, um
M.i Baltimore, 7:00 A. M.J Washington City., M
1 M
NEW
VILLE
YORK EXPRESS. VIA 8TEUBEN
Javes Columbus 1030 A, M.; arrives at
Bteubenville 8 P. M.: Pittsburgh, 8:06 P. M.: Harris
burg, 6:56 A. M.; Philadelphia, 100 A. M.i New
York via Allen town, -16 P. M.; via Philadelphia,
VII
M.
1: f.
M.; Baltimore, 11:50 A. M4 Washington City,
40 P. M
DAY EXPRESS. VIA CENTRAL OHIO R. R. -
Leaves Columbns 80 P. M.i will stop at all stations
and arrive at Bellaire 10:00 P. M.: GraTton, A,
M.: Piedmont. S:IW: Cumberland. 8:39: Martmsbunr.
11:45; Harper's Ferrr, 1.-03 P. M.; Baltiraore. 6:00
Washington City, 8:86; Philadelphia. 10:30 P. M.
Eieht trains to New York daily. Arrive at Pittsburg
1:10 A. M.i Harrisburg, 11:46 P. M.; Philadelphia,
6:30; New York. 10:00 P. M.; Baltimore, 6:40 P. M.
Washington City, 8:60 P. M.
S. F. SCt IX, J!0. AV. BIIOWIV, '
G. T. A. Steub. R. R. G. T. A. Cent. Ohio R. R.
May 19,1864.
To Indianapolis Direct without
Change of Cars.
Summer Arrangement.
1864.
Columbus
AND
INDIANAPOLIS R. LINE.
For VJrbana, Spring-field, Isayton, Pl
qua, Bienmond dc Indianapolie.
Through to Indianapolis
WITHOUT CHANGE OF CABS,
and but one change to Louisville, St. Louis and
! Cbicago, , . ...
On and after Monday, nay 10, 1804,
Trains will leave Columbus as follows:
FIRST TRAIN.
INDIANAPOLIS EXPRESS-At 6:00 A. M.,
eonneoting direct at Piqua at80 for Troy and Day
ton: at Richmond at 10:45 for AuduV-i, Iigansport
and Chicago, and at Indianapolis at 145 P. M. for
Louisville, Terre Haute, Kvansville, Cairo. St. Louis,
Lafayette, Springfield, Quincy, St. Joseph, Chioago,
and all western and northwestern points.
SECOND TRAIN.
INDIANAPOLIS EXPRESS-At 11:30 A. M.,
connecting direct at Milford, south, for Mechanios
burg and Springfield, and north for Marrsville and
Delaware; at Urban at 1:40 P. M. for Bellefuntaine
and Huntsville; at Pious atS6 P. M. for Troy, Day
ton, Union, Muncie and Winchester, at Richmond at
640 P. M. for Anderson, Logsnsport, Peoria and
Chicago; and at Indianapolis at 80 P. il. for Louis
ville, St. Louis, Chicagoand all western cities.
. TniRD TRAIN.
PIQUA EXPRESS At 8:00 o'clook F. M.,eon
necting at 8:50 with Dayton and Michigan R. R. for
Lima, Ft. Wayne, Chicago, Toledo and Detroit.
Sleeping Care are Bun on IN I gat Train
This is the only through route betweeen Columbus
nd Indianapolis, and the only route on which
Kf For Ticket and any information, apply at the
office, OPPOSITE THE UNION DEPOT, Colum
bus. J. 11. iiiNT, General Sunt.
F. CHANDLER,
General Ticket Agent. .
II . B. BIOEA.OW,
General Pamnger Agent.
Columbus, May 23, 1864-dtf
1864.
Summer Arrangement.
TIME CHANGED.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
Cleveland, Columbus
AND
CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI RAILROAD.
S Tlxiroo Tralna !0 a-ilr, '
From Columbus, in connection with Trains oa the
Little IHiamt tc Colnmbtu & Xenia
KallrsMttu.
FIRST TRAIN.
NIGHT EXPRESS-Leaves Columbns at So A
M. Will stop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington,
Oilead, Gallon, and at all stations north of Ualion;
arriving at Uleveiana at :m a. m.; Dunkirk, 3M Y,
M UuBalo. 5:09 r,
M.;
Albany, 4:46 A
11 Naw
Y ork, 10:30 A. M.iBoton,t:00 P. M.. Chicago, via
Crestline. 8:36 P. M.; Pittoburg, M P. M.TPhilsr
delphia, .
SECOND TRAIN.
NEW YORK EXPRESsJ-Leavet Columbns at
lOiW A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington,
Ualion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington
and Grafton; arriving at Cleveland at IM P. M.:
Dunkirk. 8:33 P. M.; Buffalo. :65 P. M.: Albanv
..it l if . L'..v.,b e.u l If . u.. i... u rr
O.W A. i.'., A. . V. i, .w , ..... J.i'OMril, ,MI I .11 , :
PitUburg, via Crestline, at 1-M P. M.; Philadelphia,
, Chicago, via VraUm, at 6:80 A. M.
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 3.-00
P. M. Will stop at all stations south of Shelby, and
at Shiloh, New London, Wellington, Grafton and
Berea; arriving at Cleveland at 8:60 P. M.; Dunkirk.
3:46 A. M.; Buffalo, 430 A. M.; Albany 1:16 P. M.I
New York. 8:46 P. M.; Boston, 110 p. M.; Pitts
burg, via Crestline, 320 A. M.j Philadelphia, ,
Chicago, 8:06 A.M.
CONNECTIONS.
At Delaware with Springfield Branch for Spring
field and all points on that road.
At Crestline with Pittsburg. Ft. Warns and Chi
cago Railroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Balti
more. Also for Chicago.
At Shelby, with Saadnsky, Mansfield and Newark
Railroad for all points on that road. Also, for Tole
do and Chicago. '
At Grafton for Toledo and Chicago.
At Cleveland, with Lake Shore itailroad for Erie,
Dunkirk, Buffalo, N ew York and Boston.
Patent Sleeping Cans are run on all
Night Trtatsu to tTiIcsifco, ftew
, . . York and lloston. ;
Baggage cheeked through to New York and
Boston, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and New
York, vie Crestline.
, RETURNING t
Night Express arrives at Columbus at VIM A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 1140
A. M.
Columbus Aooommodation arrives at Columbus at
8:50 A. M. "
Fsire ae Lew exe j aajr other Ben te.
Ask for TSokets vie Crestline or Cleveland. '
E. S. FLINT,
Sup't., Cleveland, Ohio.
9 ' : JAMES PATTERSON ,
. Agent. Columbns, Ohio.
Columbns. May 33, 1884. , , ... ,,
Sheriffs 8 ale.
James Baxter
William Baxter et al
( Court of Common Pleat of
) rranuin county, Uhio.
IN PCBSPANCE OF Alt OBDEB OF
sale on partition to me direoted, I will oSer fo
sale at publio auotion at the Court House, in the oity
of Columbus, on
Monday, the 18th day of July, A. D. 1864
at two o'clock P. M., the following described real es-
I.in anil helnf in the eountv of Franklin. In the
city of Columbus, being Out-lot No. 86, in said city
of Uolumbus.
Iiui n HkiM Ode-third of the purchase mo
ney paid on the day of sale; one-third paid in one
year, and one-third in two years, bearing interest
from dr.te of sale, with mortgage on premises to se-
nr. itafAiTAfl navmants. t - .
M.'bOMIQAN, Sheriff.
PrinWsfeesifStt
JunelT-dltAwtd
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Arid the only known Remedy
6
DIAIttn-KH andniSIilSIof the
. KIDNEYS and XlLAlli:ic
CONSTITUTION WATER
Has been pronounced by the Medical Faculty and the
publio, to be the most wondenut remedy tor toe per
o,.nnt rum nf all diseases of the STOMACH. LI V'
ER. KIDNEYS and BLADDER that has ever been
l.'i. (.umFRIt, WATKR. ft is from erne.
Hence that CONSTITUTION WATER has emanat
ed, and we now say let no man doubt, when a single
bottle has been known to cure diseases which the
best medical talent in tne country lanea to relieve.
A remedy possessing the virtues of Constitution
Water cannot be olussed Under, ' quack" prepara
tions, as it is now used by tne most soientino prac
titioners Inths oity. It is only second-class physi
cians that cry down popular remedies, whilo the bet
ter skilled make use of every means to aooomplish
a cure; and the success of the physioian increnses
lita knnwlnilffe nf rlifferent remedies enables hint
to produce a cure, while others fail in the attempt.
Science is satisfied with the truth. - . .
Give Constitution Water a fair trial we mean you
w)w, ra imilnranme KPROlil.sT's care from vcar to
year, and we particularly allude to ladies who are
constantly resorting to-ZOCAL tbbatmknt, and all
sorts of local applications for diseases, with as muoh
cnanceoi success as mere wouiu oe iroiu lucai ap1
llotinn. lit the throat for diseases of the brain.
Whav aIwavs hpen careful to use lanrusire In
our oiroular that could not shook the most delicate
organisation, but we receive many communications
from persons for whom Constitution Water is adapt
ed, and of whose disease no mention has been made,
ihot we have noma to the conclusion that if the rem.
edy is capable of producing a oure, no matter what
the disease may be, it should be made known. The
medicine is put up for the publio and there should
be no exceptions. . .
. . DIABETES
Is a disease of the stomach and liver, acting through
(ho ki,lnvii. anil is without doubt, the most obsti
nate diseanc, except Consumption, that affects the
numan constitution, we nave no space ior niscui
.inir nan.., hut will state that the eifeot of the dis
ease 4s the conversion of the starchy principle (or
Uln mirtinn nf the fond) into Suffer, which
stimulates the kidneys to an excessive seoretion of
water. Many persons sutler trora mis aisease wno
ar iirnnrant nf it: that is. thev Das, lane Quantities
during the day, and are obliged to get up from one to
fifteen or twenty times during the night. No notice
i. lkn nf it until their attention is called to the
large discharge of water, and often when it is so far
advanced as to be beyond the control of ordinary
remedies. Another symptom is the great thirst,
wmcn, wnen tne aisesseis iuuy onuumnimi, mm
YlrM thA naUsnt drintl eotutantlv without 06
ing tatiltd; also dry ness of the mouth, cracking of
the lips, a sweet breath, in the more ad vane en eases,
and finally loss of appetite, emaciation, and the pa
tient gradually sinks tromexnanstiof.
Constitution Watkb is, without doubt, the onl
known remedy fordHtMtes, and we nave as muc
confidence that it is a spocifio as we have that opium
will
11 produce sleep, and truttituny say tnat it uas
0UI
red every case in wuion it nas oeen useu
Stone In the Bladder, Calculus, Gray
eijlirlcK vuei jsepoett, etc., esc.,
Diseases arising from a faulty secretion In the one
case Deiug too ULue,aiiu wuuii.uiou uj w.w. P1."!
ana in me otner auwproiuse secreuuu .uivu
be speedily cured by the
CONSTITUTION WATER
CONSTITUTION WATER
CONSTITUTION WATER
CONSTITUTION WATER
CONSTITUTION WATER
CONSTITUTION WATER
CONSTITUTION WATER
CONSTITUTION WATER
CONSTITUTION WATER
CONSTITUTION WATER
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
PIABBTES.
Irritation of the Neck of the Bladder,
inliammuiien oi in. xtioneye,
. Catarrh of the Bladder.
Strani;narT or Burning-and Painful
tirinauug.
Vnr thesa diseases it is trulr a sovereirn remedy.
and too much cannot be said in its praise.. A single
dose bat been known to relieve tne most urgent tyin
turn.. ... !
Are you troubled with that distressing pain in the
mall nf the hack and throueh the him? A teasDoon
ful a day of the Constitution Water will rolieve you
tke magic. ,
;.. 1 I r .i . ' .
PHYSICIANS
Have Inn sinee si ven nn the use of buoohu. ubebs.
and juniper in the treatment of those diseases, and
only use Uiem ior want oi a oetter romeay.
CONSTITUTION WATER
Has proved Itself eaiial to the task that hasdevolv
ed upon it.
DITJBETICS
Irritate and drench the kidneys, and by constant use
soon lead to chronic degeneration and oonnrmed
iliHflase.
We present tne vonstitunon water to tne pudiio
with tne eonviotion that it has no equal In relieving
the olass of diseases for which it has been found so
eminently successful for curing; and we trust that
we shall be rewarded for our efforts in plaoiDg so val
uable a remedy in a form to meet the requirements
ol patient ana pnysican.
BEADI BEAD 1 1 HEAD!!! .
nswwrr'i.w.'PA ' June' 3. 1883. Dili Vs.
Urim .ftowfitov In February, 1861, 1 was affliotcd
With sugar diabetes, and' for five months I passed
more than two rations of water in twentr-four hours.
Iwas obliged to get up as often as ten or twelve
Urns during tne night, ana in nve montns l lost ntt,
pounds in weight. During the month or July, 1881
n two dars after usine it I exoerienoed relief, and
after taking two bottles I was entirely cured, soon
alter regaining my usual good neaun, - lours, rmty,
; . rf. . aj. AS&n il A.
B08TOW CoBNKRg N. Y.. Dos. 37, 1861, Wm. H.
OaitiH) A Co. Gents: I freely give von libertv In
Inake use of the following certificate of the value of
Constitution Water, which loan recommend in the
highest manner: My wile was attacked with pain
in the shoulders, whole length of the back, and in
her limbs, with Palpitation of the Heart and Irrita
tion of the Blad ler. I called a physioian, who attend
her about th ae mo nths. when he left her wnraa
than he found hor. I then employed one of the beet
pbysians I could find, who attended hor for about
tne months und while she was nnder his care sh
did not suffer quite as much pain. He finally gave
her up, and said "hor oase was incurable. For,"
said he, she has such a combination of oomplainU
that medicine given for one operates against Some
other of her afflictions. About this time she earn-
menoed the use of Constitution Wattr, and to our
utter astonishment almost the first dose seemed to
bare the desired effect, and she kept on Improving
rapidly under its treatment, end now superintends
entirety her domestic affaire. She has not taken any
at the Constitution Water for about four weeks, and
we are bappy to say that it has produced perma
nt oure. -
. . r. , WM. M. TAN EEN8CH0TEN.
'
WrrnifitRviitLn. Conn.. March I. 1H83. Tin" W
H.Ghiw .' Mr: Having seen your edvertine-
mant.nl "(!nntlr,ll tion Water " reaommRnriail fur In.
flamraation ef the Kidneys and Irritation of the
bladder, navlng sunerea lor the past three years
and tried the skill of a number of physicians wild
only temporary roller, 1 was induoed to try your
Eedlctne. I preourea one neuie 01 your agents at
art ford. Messrs. Lee Sisson A Ce and when I had
used half of it to my surprise I found a great ohange
tn my neaiin. 1 nave usea two ootues 01 it, and 1
where I never exsoeted to be in ny life. well, and
Soodi
feel
)be.
ood spirits. ,1 ojuinot express my gratitude for Iti
that it it all ana more than you reoommend it
Mar the bloating of uod ever attend vou in
your labors ot love. ' 1 ours, truly.
LEONARD 8. BIGEL0W.
FOB BAIS BT ALL DBTJCIfiUTB. PRICK $1.
, n. OBEC8 lc CO., Preprletore
nuuuArt c ALigjcn, uenereu Agns,
.'..: !.; i ,:JTo. 88, Cliff Sttett. New Toik.
"Aserftt la Claelnhatl) slii'-V
BUBIrSAL es BBO.
eorVdewscreia
consTiTUTiori
,IFE SYItUP
COMPOSED 09 , .! ,. ' I
JODIDE POTASSIUM,
With the Compound Conoent.-aUd Fluid Extract '
; Valuable Medicinal
ROOTS 1 AND HERBS.
Prepared by WM. IT. CUEGG, 1TI. D.,
Graduate College of Physicians and Snrgeons, N. Y.
formerly Assistant Physician Blackwell's Island
11 . . 1 . u.j.' I 1 . . k: v 1.
Iionpiuii., lato juvuim iiupwuirn.. itni
State Volunteer Depots, under Governor
" Edwin D. Morgan. ...
Constitution Life Syrup
v has nopvon'. . ; . I
A REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE!
What mar .nam almost tnnrailihla. Is. that man
iseases hitherto considered honelessly incurable are
frequently cured in a few days or weeks, and we
cheerfully invite the investigation of the liberal
minded ana tcienuno to oures wnion nave no paral
lel at the present day. ...
Onr medicine is peculiar: bv It the seat of an
disease is directly reached, and the equilibrium re
stored. Those who have fluttered long from painful and ob
stinate diseases; Those who have vainly sought re-
, . t c , . i i r m i .
iier irom auTeruseu meaiciues; luuee wuo oauuos
be oured by other physicians ..
". :." , .... ::, . .u ; : . i ; ' " ,
Are IarUcd to Ifee Conetltntlon Lite
Syrup. . ,
f , f " , t , . ;.'''
Dnrlnr the oast five vears we have contended with
obstacles and overcome opposition as herculean a
were ever enoonntered by any reformers.
RAPIDITY OF CURE. '
Some sav. "Your cures Are too auiok." while oth
ers doubt their permanence, and think that diseases
can only be cured by the "slow reouperative process
ot nature. .
This is our reply: In health, the body, like a well
balanced scale, is in estate of Equilibrium. But
when, from any cause, down goes one side of the
scales, we have the effects of disease. What is requi
site is, to restore the normal balance of the scale.
Constitution Life Syrup,
A positive and specific remedy for a) diseases orli
rle-
maunr irom an DiruKt m au, iih th
staTe
A TTOl? A
OF THE
BLOOD, and for all (hereditary) DISEASES trans-
mittd from PARENT TO CHILD.
PABALYSIS. '
Hemiplegia. Paresis Paraplegia. Paralysis Agitans.
Itis lonnivemallvsrliiilttfiil that rnnatitntlnn Life
Syrup is the only effective means of restoration in
the various forms of Paralysis, that we need not rati
crate that it it emphatically the Great Life-Uiving
rower.
DYSPEPSIA.
Indigestion. Liver Complaint.' Weiiht at Stomach.
Constipation. Biliousness. Want of Appetite.
flatulence, uaa wreatn.
SCHOFl'LA.
Struma. Glandular Swellings. ' Ulceration.
King s Evil. Erysipelas. Salt Rheum,
This taint (HEREDITARY and ACOtTiitsn). filllni
life with untold misery, is by all usual medical rem-
icai remedies inoumuio.
BIIElTflATISlTl.
i Arthritis. Neuralgia. Gout,
lumbago Sciatica. Tio Douloufeaux.
If there is anv disease In which the fTnnslitutinn
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. Cases, chronio-or vicarious, of 30 or 30
years' standing, have been oured by us.
NEBVOTJSNESS.
Nervous Debility. Shattored Nerves. Epilepsy.
u vn,,.'. n.n.. r.. r u, -
Confusion of Thoughts.
Thousands who have suffered for vears will nla.a
tho day on which they read these lines. Particularly
to weak, Buffering women will this medicine prove an
Inestimable blessing directing their footsteps toe
Hope which fulfils more than it promises.
RIEBCTJBIAL DISEASES.
Salivation. Rotting of Bones. . Bad Complexion
Aches in Bones. reeling of Weakness.
Depression of Spirits.
CONSTITUTION LIFE BYRUP nurses the t.
tern entirely from all the evil effects of MERCURY,
removing the Bad Breath, and ouring the Weak
Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the use of Calo
mel is sure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gums
and secures the Teeth as firmly as ever.
CONSTITUTION LITE SYRUP
Eradicates, root and branoh, all Eruptive Diseases 0
me OKin, 11 to
ULCEUS, PIMPLES, IlIXlTOirjS
And all other difficulties of this kind, which so much
disfignre the outward appearance of both males and
females, often making them a disgusting object to
themselves and their friends.
CONSTITUTION LITJBSTBUP :
Cures all Swelling of the Glanda,
Either nf the Face. Neck, nr T"m.l Ttr-aat. anA
should be taken as toon as the swelling is detected.
thus preventing their breaking, and producing
troublesome Discharging Sores, which disfigure so
many of the younger portion of the community,
from six to twentv vears of in. Yniinffchilitran an
very subject to Discharges from the Ears, which de
pend noon a scrofulous constitution, These easel
toon recover oy taxing a lew doses 01 tne Lite 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 ana worn o, generally accompanied within
nammation ana Ulceration 01 the Ut
terus, are pei
manently cured by Constitution Life Syrup. The
disease I
Known as uoiireor oweuea week, tb
th T.ifa
Lil
il
Syrup will remove entirely
tire v.
The remedy should be
taken for some time, as the disease is exoeedinslv
ohronic and stubborn, and will not b removed with'
out extra effort.
Tumors of the ovaries. Tumor of the Breast, and
swelling of other glands of the body will he com
pletely reduced without resorting to the knife, or
operations of any kind.
tiPiteptio r iu. sympathetic or Organic Diseases of
the Heart, as Palpitaiion, Disease of the Valves,
producing a grating or filing aound.-Dropsy of the
Heart Case, and all the affections of thi. Imtnri.nl
organ (persons suffering from any acute pain in the
region of tbe heart), will be greatly relieved by Con
stitution Life Syrup.
Broken Down and Delicate Conatitn
tlone,
Suffering from Indisposition to Exertion, Pain In
the Back, Loss of Memory, Forebodings, Horror of
Calamity, rear of Disease, Dimness of vision, Dry,
Hot Skin and Extremities, Want of Sleep, Rest
lessness. Pale, Haggard Countenance, and Lassitude
of the Muscular System, ell require the aid of the
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP, w
FOR ALL. FORMS OF
UL0EEAT1VE DISEASES,
miner oi ,uv i,u.o, inroat, longne, epine, rore-
beod or Scalp, no remedy be ever proved its equol.
MOTH PATCHES upon tbe female face, depend
Ing upon a diseased action of the Liver, are very un-
Sleasant to the young wife and mother. A few bot
es of Constitution Life Hvrunwill entrant t.ha -
cretion, and remove the deposit which it directly
Bliucr tu eaiu.
In Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Langour,
Dirtiness, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, or an ulcer
ated or eanoemus condition of that organ, accom
panied with burning or other unpleasant symptoms,
will be relived by the use of CONSTITUTION
LIFE SYKUP.
tCT Ae a ereneral
BloodPnrlfvlnv
Agent, the LI
I gent, the Life 8yrus itands unrlval.
id 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
wonld advise the use of CONSTITUTION lIfb
SYRUP.- It will restore their pallid countenance,
strengthen their weak back and tide, give them new
energy, new life and happiness, , ,
THE RIC1I AND POOR
Are liable to the same diseases. Nature and Sclenoe
uave wwi, uiq vuwuwuvs Xiiie oyrup xor the sen
ellt of all. . - . ,
PURE BLOOD V
Frodace6bealit.Fmen.iDd women: and if tbe Coti
tit a tion is neKleoted in jouth, diseMe nd early
J al Al 1 a, A J 1 , t ll .
o"mu evrtj ui rvBuiv. uv uui antHj wain ine mvani
mn bo aw m djuiu, mm wituia ui rvaca oj mlliM
To Mothers and Married Ladies.
It It the safest and most effectual medioine ever die,
covered for purifying the system, and relieving the
suoonng attendant uponeniidoirth. ltttrengtbeni
both the mother and the child, prevents pain'anc
disease, and i noroases and enriones the food. Thos
who have used it think it indisDensable. It is hlh.
ly useful both before end after confinement, aa it
prevents aiseaae MnuM upon ouuumixn. . ' '
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Im the Poor IvLan'a Friend and the)
UIcm iilnji'gi ltlCewlnirl
BUT IT, TAJUS IT, AH D BE CCBEDt
IT IS UNIVERSAL IN ITS EFFECTS
., ,WM, II. GREGG, M. D v
SOLE PROPRIETOR. NEW YORK..
, ; Laboratory, Brooklyn, L. I.
Price 1 per Dottle; Six Bottle for
" SSTSent by express to all parts of theoountry,
" ' nOBOAN tc AtLEJf, ;
,1.1
Auinio,
t Cliff Street, New York.
oAM'tt-dAweopwa
" TMi'peculiar taint of;
Infuctiou which we call
ScRorun lurlu ir,
the constitutions o i
mnltitmlrs of men. 1
" either iirod tires of' i
firoducuil bv ir cn
j luoblvd, vitiurcrl sta.e
of the Miioil. where 0
I Jiitlint fluid hccoines Ir
i;itsiin)oivnt to sustuin
.7T?T..l ,I,a vtlnl f,.r.. In tl,M.
.'"v-TsSSb'"''" deeny, TI10 scrofulous
rontnmiiinlion Is variously rauiicd by mcn-nriitl
dihCiiso, loiv living, disordered digrKtion from
unhealthy food, impure oir, filtli mid filthy
Tinliiw, the depresslnir vires, ami, Ihvq ell, by
the. venereal infoctiun. , Wlmtevcr bo its origin,
it is licreditiuy in tlio constitution, (lciueiHliiif
" from jmrenls to children unto tb? third hihI
fourth' feneration indeed, it seems to be the
ro t Of Him who wiys, " I will visit the ihiqiii
tlrs of tho fiitliew tipon-their children." , 'J he
tlinesKes which it oriimitcs hike VnrioHn prmicii,
lU'conliusr to tho organs it attntks. In th
liittps, Scrofula produces tubercles, mid finnll
t'onsiimption J in the glands, swellings which
utppuritto und beiomo ulcerous soi-es ; in titer
stomiuJi nnd bowels, dernnp;uiciits which pro
duce -iriilijresrioH, " dyspepnin, nml - liver roni
plaints; oil tho skin, eruptive and cutaneous
ill'ectiotn. Tliese nil having tho same orlpn,
eiu'.ro the sanio remedy', Vi. puriiii u'tioii and
mvijoriition of the liloo'd. . I'urifjr tlio blood,
111, 1 the." ' dangerous distemncrs leuvo' you.
With feeble, foul, or rorniiitod blood, you can
not have liculth; with tlmt life of the flesh"
healthy, you cannot hnve scrofulous ditoone.
I ' tt-Wi.,t
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
is comiioiindod from the most effectual anti
dote th"! medical gcioncp lias discovered foi
this anlictihg distemper, and for the cure of die
disorders it entails. Tluit it is (ar superior to
' nr)' other' rfcmody yet devised, it knowri by all
vi'0 hnvo piccn it a trial. That it docs com
line virtttcs Irnt.v cxtrnordiitnry In their eflec
ipon this fin of complaints, Is indisputably
proven lv tho prcat multitude gi puoueiy
LnnWn mid reiiiiirknlilo cures it lias made of
tho foilowine diseases :; King' Evil Of
'landular Swellings, Tnmors, Ernp-
iom. Pimriles. Blotches and Sores, Ery'
.inehs. Bose or St. Anthony's Fire, Bait
xlieiim. Scald Head. Cotisrhs ltom TO
berculoua deposits in the lungs, White
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, jfeuralgia.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis ana
svnhiliuo infections, mercurial diseases,
Female Weaknesses, ". imlood, the whole
iM'ie. v,f romolaints flint nrne from impuiity
,f i!ie hlooil. Minute rrtxirts of individual
ae niav be found in Avun's Amkkicak
Vi.masac. which is furnished 10 the druirpists
for L'ramitotis distribnliou, wherein may lie
r . .1 .1; ; r..- 1.. ...! .,..ni. rtf
learned me iiiieeuous 101 ild uev, huh rutm
lie rem irkalile cures wlii' ii it ha maile when
.11 other remedies hud failed to ullord relief
i'liiwo tnsca are nnrnosclv taken fiom all set-
lions of the country, in oilier that every reader
:1111V huo hccchs to somo one wno can spca m
lint of its beneriw from pcrfonal experience
Scrofula depresses the vital energies, and thus
enves in victims far nioro subject to tlUcns
mil its f'ltnl resulw than are luralihy coiihtitu.
lions. lK'tn-e it tends to shorten, and docs
.trendy chortcn, the uvcrn(;o duration of htimnn
life. "The vi-t imporuinve of tfies considera
tions has led us to spend years in pcifeciint; 8
remedy which i nd, qiiute to its cure. . Thir
we now offer to the public under ihe name of
Avi:r'8 8aiihapami.i.a,' although it is com
no -ed of ingredients, some of which exceed tlic
cM of -SfiJ inillti In nltcrutive power.' By
tsnid von may protect yourself from the suffer
inu; anil duuttor of thesi disorders. I'unro oni
die foul co:TuptioiH that rot and fester in tin
blood; pinsc out tho causes of discue, and
viyorous health will follow. By it peculim
virtues this remedy stimulates the vital func
tion!", aiid thus expels the distempers wliieh
lurk within the system or burst out on any
pan of it.
We know the public have licen deceived by
'iiihiiv compound.-, of SirmwiHn, that promisei"
Hindi ami did nothing;, but tlicy will ither !
'b.-ceived nor disappointed in thi. It vinue
have been proven by abundant (rial, and there
remain no ipieKtion of its suipasiiit excellence
for tho cure of Hie nlHictitiit discuses it is iB
retided lo tviu-h. Although under the tmi'
oaiiie, it i' a rerv dillorent medicine from am
other which ha lieen before ihu n-ojile, add to
far mora cll'eitiial than any other which hat
over been available to thorn. - '
AYEH'3
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The World's Groat Remedy for
Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the relief
of Consumptive patients
in advanoed stages
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This ha lieen so long used nnd so univer.
sally known, that we ncen do no more' linn.
a-Hiiru tho public that it ittalitv is kept up to
die lt it ever has been, and that it may be
relied on to do all it has ever done.
Prepared by On. J C. A vt.it & Co.,'
Practual and Aiuiljtuvl Chtmiitt
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Sold by all druggists everywhere.
Sept. IS 'iHM daweuwly ,
UBiATDHCoviBT'llfieful eV Valuable
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XEIrTOIirS
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Is of more reneral nractloal util
Applicable to the
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ity than any invention now be
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pronounced by all to be
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Hilton's Insoluble Cement
A new thing.
Is e new thine, and the result of
yean of study; its combination
is on .
It Combination.
Scientific Principle.
And under no olronmstanees or
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uwuuio uurmyt vg VUllli auy Ui
fensive smell.
BOOT A. SHOE
Soot and 8hee
anufeotnrerf.'
u.-r...... !- (..i.:
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it works without delay, it not af
fected by any change of temper
,tuxe. ';.-.
Jewelers. . I JKIVI'IERS '
Will find it sufficiently adhesive
tor their use, as bat been proved.
It la especially adapt
eu to ieainer.
families, "Iwi claim ae an especial
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Lininn to Boots and Hhoes snffl-
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IT 13 THE ONLY "
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TOTM, ' ;
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Rsmembsr. Hilton's Insoluble Cement
It in a liquid form and ae easily
applied as paste.
Hilton's Insoluble Cement
It insoluble in water or oil.
HiltonV Insoluble Cement
. Adheres to oily substances.'
Finis. Buppiiea in family or Manurae
to 100 pounds. ': ) . .. .
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, iroprietors.
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STiese gitttrs ara put up in quart ,
bottles, of whioh tha abovt is afaa-
simile. Tlie label in finely en
graved, and- is provided - with a
safe -guard .from' oounterfeitera.
(Prioe $1 per bottle, or nix for $5.
C. W. obaok, (Proprietor, Cin.,
to whom all orders siouJJ be ad- .
- dressed,
, , Ojjioe and JJanvfaatory, JIob. &6 .
63, 60,and 62 East Third titrtet.
FOR SAIti liY '
DEALERS GBNEBALLY. .
' Hovl(roS-d,twtweoWty. '
RUTH WAIXACE, Or FKANKLIIf
County, in tbe State of Ohio, widow of Norman
Wallace, deceased, and William VesUe and Almira
Testle, supposed to be of Ruron county, Ohio; Abra
ham Gary and Amanda Cary, of the State of Iowa;
John Cary and Amelia Cary, of the State of Iowa:
James Crawford and Lucy Crawford, of the State of
Wisconsin; Mary Essex, Leroy Wallace, William
Wallace, Amelia Wallace. Annet Bail and William
Ball, Amelia MoBride and Alvira Everts, residence
unknown to your petitioner, and Henry Adams and
Addison Adams, of Franklin oounty, Ohio, heirs at
law of William Wallace, deceased
Will take notice that on the 11th day of Juhe. ' Av
P.. 1HM, I. as administrator of the estate of W illiatn
Wallace, deceased, filed a petition in the Probate
Court of Franklin oounty, Ohio, alleging that the
personal estate of said decedent is not sufficient to
pay his debts and tbe charges of administering hie
estate: that he died seised id fee simple of the fol
lowing described real estate, situated in the oounty.
of Franklin, in the State of Ohio, to wit: In-Lota
Not. fourteen and fifteen (U and It), in MoElvalne's
Addition to the city of Columbus, UMo, as per re
eorded plat of said addition; that said Ruth Wallace
is entiUed to dower in said premises; and that said
William Vcstle and Almira Ve tie, Abraham Cary
and Amanda Cary, John Cary and Amelia Gary,
iames Crawford and Lurry Crawford, Mary Essex,
eroy Wallace, William Wallace, Amelia Wallace,
Annet Ball, William Ball, Amelia MoBride, Alvira
verts, Henry Adams and Addison Adams, at hslrs
at law. hold the next estate of inheritance in said
premises. The prayer of the petition is for the as-'
signment of dower to said Rath Wsllsoe end for an
order, authorising me, as administrator of said
William Wallace, deceased, to seU said premises,
subjeot to said dower estate, for the payment of the
debts and charges aforesaid. - Said petition will be
for bearing on theSad day or July, A.D.,184,at
nine o'eloot. A. M. or as soon thereafter as counsel.
" I " & COLLINS,, r
' ' Administrator of William Wallace, deceased. -
jnnelset-dltAwiw i .
Sheriff's Sale.
Michael G. Hal niet
tkl.jf
Court of Common Plea 6
.Franklin oounty, Ohio. -Sale
in Partition. . , '
vs. ..
-Mary Ream etals
I IT PUBSUANCB OF AH OBDEB OF
the Court of Common Pleat of Franklin county
to me directed, I will offer for sale at public auo
tion. at the door of the Court House in the City of Co
lumbus, on ;, .. . .. . r,i u u, ,i
Tuesday, the 28th day of June, A. D. 1864,
At two o'clock P. M., the following described eal
estate, being situate In the county of Franklin, In
the State of Ohio, and in the town of Franklinton.
-nA Anu.rinail a. fnllnw.. to wit:
In-LoU Numbers thirty-one (31) end fifty-eight
Appraised at 1200 twelve hundred dollars.
Thru or Saib One-third of the purchase mo
ney paid on the day of sale; one-third in out year,
end one-third In two years, with interest from the
day of sale, and the deferred payment to be secured
by Promisor "tyfiffifajfaffiW
.-' Bheriff of F'rsaklin CountyP A
PrlnUrfeesKlM.
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