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i?rT t . t n it n s. i (KVAUIABIT ik ADVANCE.) . bTtileL'arricr, per week ' Trt-Weekly.per year.-. - s ? t Wekly,ii"iIecopy.oneycr-.. oo " " in months I m ,r Club of four copies, one year.- J j , " ' :., " III UlOUlll S ' ' Club of tenoonies, on year.. ,.- JJ ... .... ' . . .V six month. . , 8 oo Clubiof twenty oopiea, oue year-. so oo " " in months isoe Kih an additional copy to the party who (eti np the Club of ten or twenty. " ' RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Showing the arrival and departure of trains at Co limbua. Ohio. On and alter May loth, 1864, icaii wUl run a follow i Mllle miaul & Columbua tc Xenia R.H. LIATI. ABBIVI. Cincinnati, Dayton, Klohtnroid and Indianapolia Night Ex- m ; press 1:30A.M. 8:40A.M. Cincinnati Accommodation... 0:00 A.M. :3oF.M. Cincinnati and Dayton Day Express 11:80 A.M. 10:10 A.M. Hail and Aoeommodation..... :3& P. 51. :46 P M, i T. LOLUH, Agent. ' Clereland, Columbua Atln'H II. H. fight Express. Me A. M. M:4S ; A. 51. Sew Vork Kxpre. 'J ft HA'J Ua.il uidKxoress 1:00 P.M. 8:60P.M. uaU auUAxpn JAMES PATTKUSON. Agent. Central Ohio HaJlroad. N. Express 4:10 A. 51. 11:A. M. .4Exprei.toNewarkonly.l0.-J0A.M. o.Ifcxprsa ..MW 1! 51. 1KA.M. W.J. pk.LL, Agent. Pittsburg-, Columbua 4c Cin'ti It. H. : Mail Train- 4:10A.M. IKK) A.M. ilxpreas Train - 1030 A.M. 11:05 A.M. AooomBiodAtioA 8:00 1 . il. ' JOHN B. PETERS, Agent. . Great Central It. It. Line. ICOLCUBCS, riQUA A INDIANA RAILROAD.) Indianapolis ExpreM... ..'....11:30A. M. 2:48 P.M. Pigua aid Toledo Kxpress.. 6:00P.M. :4aA.5i. Columbus and Indiauapoli I ' Aooointnodation 8:00 A.M. 10.00 P.M. , r 0. A. KILL, Agent. GREAT BARGAIN IN "JEWELRY. W. .. rORSVTII A; CO., 41 and 44 Nassa street, New York, (adjoining the l'ostolfico effor for sale the following magnificent list of Walchee, Cbalna, Jewelry, Ac. -,r . , r s VALUED AT $300,0001 Each Article tl(and not to be paid for until you know what you get. 150 Oold and Silver Watches, $15 00 to $100 00 each 100 Indies' Uold Watches. ... 30 00 each , Deo I lie A (jenta' Silverdo. 15 OOeVh 8,000 La.lies'Uold i'ent-ils 4 00 to - 00 each 6.000 Gold-band Hraoelets 3 00 to 10 00 each 10,isK Lockets, Chains A King. 2 60 to 8 00 h - . 6.000 Cameo. Mosaic, and Jet .Brooches 4 00 to 600eao 1,000 Corel add Florentine Ear drops 4 00 to 8 00 ; 10.000 Cents' lireaitpins ISO to 8 00 each IS.OuO Sleeve buttons and llosom Studn , 160 to 0 00 each 10.000 Set Ulie Jewelry 6 00 to lOOO.'ai b , ,000 lva ami Florentine Sets, 4 00 to (OOcaob : IOjxjoOoI.I Pens, Silver mount- - . l- 1 Holders 4 00 to 6 00 each 6,000 Hold Pens, with Silver Ex tension Cases and Pen- , oils 4 00 to 1 00 each " The articles in this stock of Jewelry are of the si acatust and moat fashionable style. Certificates of (til the various articles are put in sealed envelope t And mixed, thus giving all a fair chance, and sent by mail for 25 cents each: and on the receipt of the cer tificate, it is at your opinio to send Onk Dollar and takethearticle named in it or not. Five Certificates for SI; eleven for ?2; thirty for S3; sixty for $10; una hundred for $15. Certificate money to be in closed with order. . Correspondence promptly an- y Aoxsts Wanted in every town and regiment. ; S'nd ,ur Cireu"r- AJdT0RSYTH A CO., 43 and 44 Naaii streewSew York. k . apri!5-dltAw3in . . Titnea lor Holding: the Superior -j Court of Franklin County, Ohio, 1 fvr the ycara 1WJ1-J. h Tub Btatk or Onto. FkANKU t'OUliTT, i u T T. 8. BHEPARD, Clerk nf the Superior Court KJI of Franklin county, do hereby certify that the K following order is truly taken and copied from tbe Journal of said Court, to wit: I', is by tbe Court hereby ordered that the terms of this Court, for the ensuing year, are lixed aud shall be held as follows, tiiat is to say: L , On the lHth day of July, A. D. 1844; Z : .. On the 6th dav of September, A. I). 1864; On tbe4'.lidaysf October, A. D. 1HG4; . On the 6 h day of December. A. D. 1HC4; , I Oo the 0th day of January, A. 1. 1S65; . On the 13ih day of March, A. D. IHC5: On the )0th day of April A. I). !; J" " On tbe SUth day of May, A. D. 1865. It is fnrther ordered, that issues of fact for a jury snail only be tired at the October, January and April Termsaforesaid, and tbe Clerk is hereby directed not to issue any regular venire for a jury at any of the ther terms aforesaid. . -Witness my nana ana tne seat or said Conrt at Columbus, thisilstdayof June, (SEAL ( A. D.iaet. T. S. SITEPARD. Clerk Superior Court of Franklin Co. nnctS-d3tAw3w " Master Commissioner's Salei Thomas A. Jones l Superior Court of Franklin I yon F?.rald.J County. Ohio. IW PCKSCAMCE OF AN ORDER OF the Superior Court of Fianklin county to me directed, I will offer for sole at public auction, at the ' door of the Court Douse, in the city of Columbus, on , . Tuesday, the 12th day of July, A. D. 1864, At two o'clock, P. M., the following described real estate, situate in the city ot Columbus, county of ' Franklin, State of Ohio, to wit: Twentv-fire feet off the east side of Lot number " twentTHhree (931, as designated on a plat of auhdi- ' vision of Out-lots of the city of Columbas number- ed one hundred ad thirty-one (131) and one hundred and thirrv-two VH), made by Wm. Dennisnn and Itnbert E- Neil, as the same is recorded in Plat Kec.rds. in tbe IWorder's office of Franklin county. ? Appraised at tan. WM. poMIOAH. . Sheriff and Uaster Commissioner, printer's fees, 75 jnnell-dllwwM Sheriff's Sale. . " Ijorla Ellen Hammel. by 1 Court of Common j Eaekiel Couipton, ber guardian, I Pleas of Franklio - v.. f county, Ohio. r . William F. Havens et al. J In partition. rPCRSCAIUCF: OF AJf ORDER OF : mM mirt tik mm direct4f1. 1 wilt offer for sale at nublio auction, at tbe door of the Court House, in " the eity of Columbus,on -Saturday, the 23d day of July, A. D. 1SC4, At 1 o'clock P. M-, the following described reel es ' tate, situate in Jefferson township, Frauklin oounty, ! 4bio, to wit: , . ' , Lot number sixteen (16), In the second quarter of the rst township, in the sixteenth range of tbe Unitod States military tract, in tbt State of Ohio eontaining one hnndred a-res. , . Appraiedatte5per Acre. ' " Tbkm of 8 alb One-third of tbe purchAse mo evpaid on the day of sale, one-third in one year, And one-third in two years, with interest, end mort gage on premises to secure deferred payments. P , . WILLIAM DOMIOAN, , f f I . RberiB of Frauklin eounty. Printer's fees, M.OO. InneZMItAwt . , , Sl SHERIFF S SALE Ann Hunter vs. ! Court nf Common Pleas of Franklin County, , Ohio. Fi. Ko. , TSaJBAes S, Hanler. B VIHTIEOFAS EXECUTION from the Court of Common Pleas to me directed, I will'nffer for sale at public auction, at tbe door of tbe Court House, iu tbe oily of Columbus, on paturdajr, the 6th day of August, A.D.18C1, CtwoVelnek P. M., the following described real - e tate, situated in Prairie Township, Frauklin ooun AyjOhtn, to-wit: Beginning at the northwest corner of the thirty Aore traet-ef land whioh lies between John Hunter and Job Postle, thence easterly with the north line Vf Atd4birtv acre traet to the onrner between Hun ter and Kintiaird, thence northward and continuing tbe line straight between said Hunter and Kinnaird to the National road, thence west with the said road to A line continued nort hward between Postle and Hunter's land, aod parallel with the eastorl line te the beginning, containing two tS) acres, being part of Virginia Military survey n. 1483, . ' Appraised at two hundred t200) dollafi per Acre. WI,LUMI)0MIGAN . t ki : -J Sheriff of Franklin County. Ju1yT-w4ir NOTICE. TEE Examinations Advertised to be held by the School Kxaminers ot Franklin Comty at Omve wwt. Orove City, Hilliard Station and Central Col lege, will be pxtpnned And held At the Probate Court Boom in Columbus, as follows: t One meeting Sept. SOth and Oct. 1st, 7tu and 8th Opt. . s . r' tt". r "i. nth And 15th'1 t " list And W The ether six meeting as heretofore advertised. I . inetner , HOUACB WILSON, j nn-w4t K.t.rv. 4 " New -Army Watches. ! ntfAVDALE A CO.. Importers, 17 Broadway, A. New York, want Agents in every eounty And very regiment, for the sale of their new stylet at Wawhe. UnumaUy liberal termi are offered to AfoU. '9oi atrtalar. AIIOJA .u' CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP COMPOSED or With the Compound Concentrated Fluid Extract H . Valuable Medicinal ROOTS AND HERBS, Prepared by WIW. II. GREGG, in. D., Graduate College of Physielansand Surgeons, N. Y. formerly Assistant Physician Blackwell's Island Hospitals, late Medical Inspector New York State Volunteer Depots, under Oovernor : , . , Kdwin 1. Morgan. , Constitution Life Syrap BA8 PRODUCED A REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE! What may seem almost incredible, is, that many diseases hitherto considered hopelessly inourable are frequently cured in a few days or weeks, and we cheerfully invite the investigation of the liberal minded and soientifio to cures which have no paral lel at the present day. Our medicine is peculiar; by it the seut of any disea.se is directly reached, and the equilibrium re stored. ' Those who have suffered long from painful and ob stinate diseases; Those who have vaiuly sought re lief from advertised medicines; Those who cannot be cured by other physioiaua Are Inrlted to 1'ae Conatltntlon Life Syrup. . During the nasi five rears we have contended with obstacles and overcome opposition as herculean ai were ever enoountored by any retormers. RAPIDITY OF, CURE. Rome sav. "Ynnr cures are too auirk." while oth ers doubt their permanence, and think that diseases can only be cured by tbe "slow recuperative process of Naturoi" This is our reply: In health, the body, like a well balanced scale, is in a state of K.quilihrinm. Hut when, from any cause, down goes one side of the scales, we have the etteots ot aisease. w nai is requi site is, to restore tbe normal balance of tbe scale. Constitution Life Syrup, A positive and specific remedy for all diseases orlg inaline from an IMPURE STATU OK TlIK BI.OOl). and for all (hereditary) DIScstSES traus- uiittPd from rAKbM TO CHILL). PARALYSIS. Hemiplegia. Paresis Paraplegia. Paralysis Agitans, It is so universally admitted that Constitution Life Syrup is tbe only effective means of restoration in the various forms of Paralysis, that we need not reti erate that it is emphatically the Great Life-Uivinf rower. DYSPEPSIA. Indigestion. Liver Complaint. Weight at Stomach, Constipation. biliousness. Want of Appetite, Flatulence, lied Breath. . SCROFULA. Struma. Glandular Swelling. Ulceration. king s bvu. trysipelus, . baltKheuin. This taint (hekkpitary and ACQPtRKPl, filling lite witn untold misery, is Dy ail usual medical rem leal remedies incurable. RHEUMATISM. I Arthritis. Neuralgia. Gout, .umbago 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 pnins are almost instantly alleviated enormous swellings are reduced. Cases, chronio or vicarious, of 20 or SO years standing, nave been cured by us. NERVOUSNESS. Nervous Debility. Shattered Nerves. Epilepsy, bt. Vitus s Dance. Loss of Power. , Confusion of Thoughts. Thousands who have suffered for years will blesi fheday on which they read thexelines. Particularly to weak, suffering women will this medicine prove so inestimable blessing directing their footsteps to ( Hope which fuliils more than it prom i pes. MERCURIAL. DISEASES. Salivation. Rottingof Pones. Had Complexion Aches in Bones. Feeling of Weakness. Depression of Spirits. . - -CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP purges the sys tern entirely from all the evil effects of MKULl KY, removing the Bad Breath, and curing tbe Weak Joints and Rheuuiatie Pains which the use nf Calo mel is sure to produce. It hardens Spongy (iumi and secures tbe Teeth as firmly as ever. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYEUP Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases o the Skin, like LI.CEItS, FIJiri.EN, BLOTCHES And all other difficulties of this kind, which so much disfigure tbe outward appearance of both males and females, often making ttiem a disgusting object to tbenuelvoa And their friends. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYEUP Cure till dwelling or the GIanI Either of the Faue, Neck, or Female Breast, and should be taken as soon as the swelling is detected, thus preventing their breaking, and producing troublosome Discharging Sores, which disfigure so many of the younger prtion of the community, from six to twenty years of age, Youngchildren are very subject to Discharges from the Ears, which de pend anon A scrofulous constitution, These easel soon recover by taking a few doses of the Life Syrup, All scrofulous persons suffering from general De bility. Emaciation, Dspepsia and Dropsy of the limbs, abdomen, aud 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 Swelled Neck, tbe Life Syrup will remove entirely. The remedy should be taken for some time, as tne disease is exceedingly chronic and stubborn.and will not b removed with out extra effort. Tumors of the ovaries, Tumors of the Breast, and welling of other glands of the body will be com pletely reduced without resorting to the knife, or operations of any kind. Epileptic Fits. Sympathetic or Organio Diseases of the Heart, as i'alpijaiion. Disease of tbe Valves, reducing a grating or filing sound. Dropsy of the eartCase, and all the affections of this important organ (persons suffering from any acute pain in the region of the heart), will be greatly relieved by Con stitution Life Syrup. Broken Down and Delicate Conetltua tlona, Suffering from Indisposition to Exertion. Pain in the Back, Loss nf Memory, Forebodings, Horror of Calamity, Fear of Disease, Dimness of Vision, Dry, Hot Skin and Extremities, Want of Sleep, Rest lessness. Pale. Haggurd Countenance, end Lassitude of the Muscular System, all require the aid of the CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRLP. FOR AIX FOIMIS 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 female face, depend ing upon A diseased action of the Liver, are very un pleasant to the young wife and mother. A few bot tles of Constitution Life Syrup will correct the se cretion, and remove tbe deposit whioh is directly under tne skin. . . In Diseases of the Liver, giving rise to Langnur, Ditiiness, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, or an ulcer ated or cancerous condition of that organ, accom panied with burning or other unpleasant symptoms, will be relived by the use of CONSTITUTION LIFE SYKUP. ... trr Ae a sreneral BloodPnrifylnt; Agent, the Cite Syrup atancfe un rival, ed by any Preparation in the World. Diseases ef 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 lose to know what to do. we would advise the nse of CONSTITUTION LIFE SVRCH, it will restore their pallid countenance. strengthen their weak back and aide, give them new energy, new life and happiness. THE RICH AND poor Areliable to the same diseases. Nature and Selene have made the Constitution Life Syrup for the ben efit of AU. ' rXJKE BLOOD . IVmImh 1m.1I.1iv ihm nA wnmnn- mnd if tlia ftnn- ititution ie neglected in youth, disease and early deatb are tne result, do not aeiay wnen tne means are so near At band, end within tbe reach of all. , To Mothers and Married Ladies. It Is the safest And most effectual medicine ever dis covered for purifying the system, and relieving the iunering attendant npnneniliioirtn. it strenirtnens doui ne momer ana tne euiia. prevent pain ene disease, and inereasee and enriches the food. Thos wno oavensea it tnmi it maispensaoie. it is nign ly useful both before and After eonfinement, AA it prevents disease attendant upon childbirth. r CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP Ie the l'oor JIaa'i Friemd aid th IU-b Man's Rising! BUY IT, TAKE IT, AMD BE CCBEDt IT IS UNIVERSAL IN ITS EFFECTS WM. H. GREGG, M. D 60LE PROPRIETOR. NEW YORK. ! Laboratory Brooklyn, L. I. . Price fl per Bottle) Six BatUea tVr sTsTSont by express to all parti of the country. : - SOtt6Al AX.EEJI, 4 Cliff Street, Hew ToxK. Mre-dwtjoTa Summer Arrangement. 1864. 1864. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND STEUBENVILLE RAILROADS ' ' OFFER THE '. ' '. ": Shortcut, nloUet and Moat Res uaoie ltouie ,; ' . - i TO ' - Plttaburgh, Harrlaburf, Baltimore, WaAhington City, Philadelphia, Htw York And Boston, Direct connections Are made At Bellalre with the BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD, ' . And At Pittsburgh with the PE.TOSYLYAXIA CENTRAJL R. R. Trains leave Columbus daily (Sundays excepted) as follows: NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus, Yia Cen tral Ohio K. R.,:10A. M-; will stop at all station! when signaled; arriving at liellaire at 10:48 A. M.j Baltimore, 6:00 A. M.; WAshington City, 8sMA.il. Eight trains daily to Philadelphia and New York, also connects at liellaire for Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Philadelphia and New York. NIGHT EXPRESS. VIA STEUBENVILLE Leaves Columbus 4:10 A. .M.; Steubenville, 12:10 P. M-; arrives at Pittsburgh 80 P. M.; leaves Pitts burgh 4:35 P. M.; Harrisburg, t-M A. M.; Philadel pbia.TiOOA. M.; New York, via Philadelphia, 13KH) M.; Italtimore. 7.00 A. M.; Washington City, JM ANEW YORK EXPRESS. VIA STEUBEN VILLE Leaves Columbus 10:20 A. M.i arrives at ,1. imp M DAY EXPRESS, VIA CENTRAL OHIO R. R. Leaves Columbus 5:00 P. M.; will stop at all station! and arrive at Bellaire 10:00 P. M.; Grafton, i:56A. M.; Piedmont, 6:50; Cumberland, 833: Alartinsburg, 11:45; Harper's Ferry, 1:03 P. !.; Baltimore, 6:00 Washington City, 0:36; Philalelphia, 10:30 P. M. Eight trains to New York daily. Arrive at Pittsburg 2:10 A. M.: Harrisburg, VtM P. M.; Philadelphia, 6u10; New York, 10:00 P. M.; Baltimore, 6:40 P, 41.; Washington City, 8:60 P. M. S. F. SCULL, JNO. W. BROWN, U. T. A. Hteub. K. R. G. T. A. Cent. Ohio It. It. ilay 10, 1HM. Steubenville 6 V. Pittsburgh, 8:06 Y. Al.: Harris. burg, 5:B5 A. M.; Philadelphia, 10:00 A. 51.: New York, via Allentown, 1:4 V. M.; via Philadelphia, AbV. M.i Baltimore. 11:60 A. M.: Washington City. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. ForCincinnatI, Iayton, Richmond, IndhantipoliM and Chicago. Without Chancre of Care to Dayton and Richmond, and only one Change . of Care to St. Louie, Indiana . apolie and Chicago. On and after Monday, Hay 23, 1864, Tntlni will Run m follow! : i FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROffl COLUMBUS. (Sundays excepted.) " FIRST TRAIN. CINCINNATI, DAYTON. RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS NIGHT EXI'KESS-Leave; at 138 A. 51., stopping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mor row and Loveland, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:35, A. M.: Itichmnnd, BulS A. 41.; Indianapolis, :10 A. 41.; Chicago. 835 P. 51. SECOND TRAIN. CINCINNATI, RICHMOND, INDIANAPOLIS AND CHICAGO TRAIN Leaves at '00 A. 51., stopping at all stations on the L. 51. 1C.4A. K. K., connecting with the train on the Jlarietta A Cincin nati U. R. for Hiilshoro, Chillioothe and 5larietta, arriving at Cincinnati at 11:25 A. 51.: at Dayton 8:,J A. 51.: stopping at all stations on the Dayton A West ern Railroad, arriving at Richmond at 1040 A. 51.; Indianapolis, x:05 P. 51.; Chicago, 836 P. 51. HTN. B. This train is the quickest from Columbua to Chicago; time occupied bcliiff 14 hours and 35 minutes, which is quicker than by any other Kailroad route. THIRD TRAIN. CINCINNATI. DAYTON. RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS DAY EXPRESS-LeaveiatlliO A. 51., stopping At Jefferson. London, Charleston, Cedarville, Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin. 51orrow, South Lebanon, Foster's, ioveland, Camp Dennison, 51ilfrd and Engine House; arriving at Cincinnati at 4:43 P. 51. j Davtonat3:00 P. 51.; Richmond at 630 P. 51.; Indianapolia at 8:60 P. 5i., and Chicago, 830 A. 51.. FOURTH TRAIN. StAIL AND ACCOM MODATION Leavesat : P. 51., stopping at all stations on the L. 51. A C. A X. R. It., except Claysville, Branch Hill, 5linmiiville and i'lainville, arriving at Cincinnati at 4:00 A. 51. mWptnar Can on ."VlBTlit Train for Cincinnati and Indlanupolle. N. B. For further information apply At the Co lumbus Union Depot Ticket Office of IIE.HRY J1HOOHS, . - ' Ticket Agent. : T. I.OCGII, Agent. P. XV. MTRADER, - 1 ,) General Ticket Agent, lrtn.inn.,t E. IV. UOODUAHU) Cincinnati. Snperintendeut,J Columbus, 5iay 88. 1H64. 1864. Summer Arrangement. TIME CHANGED. Great Northern and Eastern Route. Cleveland, Columbus and CINCINNATI CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Tbxoo Trains X3.lly, EXCEPT SUNDAY. . From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the UttT Miami A Columbus Sc. Xenia Rallroadsj. . FIRST TRAIN. NIOHT EXPRESS-Leevei Columbus At 80 A M. Will stop At Delaware, Ashley, Cardington, Gilead, Galion, and at All stations north of Galinn; arriving at Cleveland at 8:30 A. 51.; Dunkirk. iM P. 51.- buffalo, 6:0S P. 51.; Albany, 4:46 A. 5l.j New York, WflO A. M.'Bnston, 3:00 P. M.. Chicago, via Crestline, 8:36 P. 51.; Pitbburg, 8:30 P. 11.; Phila delphia, . ' BECO'D TRAIN. i NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leavea Cnlumbnl At 1030 A. 51. Will stop At Delaware, Cardington, Galion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington and Grafton: arriving at Cleveland at 1:60 P. 51.; Dunkirk, 8i P. 51.; Buffalo. :ra P. M.: Albany, 8:45 A. 5f.; New York. :46 P. 51.: Boston. 416 P. 5f. Pittsburg, via Crestline. At 7:60 P. M.: Philadelphia, , Chicago, via Vraton, at 6:30 A. il. THIRD TRAIN. , MAIL AND EXPRESS LcAvei Columbus At 3:00 p u Will atn at all stations south of nbelbv.and at Sbilnb, New Loudon, Wellington, Grafton and Berea: arriving At Cleveland at 8:50 P. 51.; Dunkirk, 1:46 A. 41.; Buffalo, 430 A. 5i. Albany 8:16 P. M.t New York. :46 f. 41.: Boston, nwi r. ,; ritu hnrs. via Crestline. 230 A. 51.2 Philadelphia, : Chicago, PMA.M. ... ' CONNECTIONS. ' ' At Tll.r with Snringfleld Branch for Snrlnc field and all points op that road. At Crestline with Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne and Chi cago Railroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia And Balti more, aiwiwrvui".". . . At Shelby, with Sandusky, Mansfield And Newark Railroad for all point on that road. Also, for Tole do and Chicago. , , , .s..( ..-...,. t AtGratton lor loieoo ana voicago. At 'U.ln with Lake Shore Kailroad for Erie. Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York And Boston. . Putnt Sleeping Can are run on al I . KLght Traina to Chicago, ilew ., York and lloalea, " AWBageage checked through to New York and Boston, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia And New York, via Crestline.- -.,:: r RETURNING j. . , Night Expre-sArrivesat Columbus at 115 A.M. CincinAAti Express Arrival At Colunbu! At UM Columbui Accommodation arrives at Colnmbui at 80 A.M. ' i : I ; Faro iaa Lew aa br anr other Bonte. , Aak for Ticket! via Crestline or Cleveland. ...-iv. ' FEINT, . Sup't., Cleveland, Ohio. ! xvs raiiiusvn. Agent, Columbus, Ohio. Columbul. MayM.lat' Notice rl ALL WTIOM IT MAT CONCERN, Whereag my wife Harriet Lucus, having left my bed and board, without any jnst cause or provocation, this is to warn all persons against trusting or harboring her on my account, a I will pay no do lit of ber contracting After this dete. , FRANCIS LUCUSi RevooTdiborg. Ohio. March 17 ISM. tnirlvWJmt oo o CONSTITUTION, WATER. CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION WATER. WATER. WATER. WATER. WATER. WATER. WATER. WATER. WATER. WATER. WATER. WATER. ..... ,., . ":t .- ' IM )'. ' !' : ' . GIIEAT n.333VIUI3"V 1 - ro m " CON ST ITU T ION , A.id the only known Remedy V :.-:... .. FOA !;. : -i-4 , DIAniTTRM and IISHARKS of the U11UYM and JULAUVKK. CONSTITUTION WATER Has been pronounced by the Medical Faculty and the public, to oe the most wonderful remedy for the per manent cure of all diseases of the STO.MACH, LIV ER, KIDNEYS and BLADDER that has evorbeen offered. It is not aJIINERAL WATER. It is from expe rience that CONSTITUTION WATER hasemcnat 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 tbe country failed to relieve. A rnmcdv cossessins the virtues of Constitution Water cannot be classed under "quack" prepara tions, as it is now used by tne most scienimo prac titioners in the city. It is only second-class physi cians that cry down popular remedies, wbilothe bet ter skilled innke use of every menus to accomplish A cure: and the success of the physician increases as hii knowledge of different remedies enables him to produce a cure, while others fail in the attempt. Science is satisfied with tbe truth. Give Constitution Water a fair trial we mean vou whoare undorsomeargcui.RT'8 care from year to year, and we particularly allude to ladies who are constantly resoriiitu iu luvaii iuh.mti biiu an sorts of local applications for diseases, with as muoh chance ol success as mere wnum oe irom local ap Dlicatinns to the throat for diseases of the brain. We have always been careful to use lanmince in our circular that could not shock the most delicate organisation, but we receive many communications irom persons for whom Constitution Water is adapt ed, and of whose disease no mention has been made, that we have come to the Conclusion that if the rem edy is capable of producing a cure, no matter what the disease may bo, it should be made known. The medieine is put up for the publio aud there should be no exceptions. DIABETES Is A disease of the stomach and liver. Acting through (In, kiilnftvs. and is without doubt, the most obsti nate disease, except Consumption, that affects the human constitution, vvelmve no space tor uiscus tint mtiisns. but will state that the effect of the dis ease is the conversion of the starchy principle (or voirutnMA nnrtinn nf ItlA fundi into SUffar. Which stimulates the kidneys to an excessive secretion of water. 5lany persons suffer from this disease who are ignorant of it; that is, they pass large qua- titiel during theday, and are obliged to get up from one to fifteen or twenty times during the night. No notice is taken nf it until their attention is called to the large dischargo of water, and often when it is so fur advanced as to be beyond the control of ordinary remedies. Another symptom is the great thirst, wind!, wnen tne disense is luny eaieniisvcu, is hi foleinfile Ms valient drinks constantly without OS' ing tatitlsd; also dryness of tbe mouth, cracking of the lips, a sweet breath, in tbe more advances casts, and finally loss of appetite, emaciation, and tbe pa tient gradunlly sinks from exhaustion. Conhtitttion Watkr is, without doubt, the only known remedy for diabetes, and we have as much confidence that it is a specific as we have that opium will produce sleep, and truthfully say that it has oureu every case iu wuiuu it use uvuu u.vu. Stone in the Bladder, Calrnlna, Grav i el, uricat Duet vepoau, Jtac, tic, Diseases arising from a faulty secretion in the one case being too little, and accompanied by severe pain, and in the other A too profuse seoretiou which will be speedily cured by the CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION C(lTITnTl(lN WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER WATER THE ONLY KNOWN THK ONLY KNOWN THE ONLY KNOWN THK ONLY KNOWN THK ONLY KNOWN THE ONLY KNOWN THE ONLY KNOWN THE ONLY KNOWN THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR REMEDY FOR REMEDY FOR REMEDY FOR REMEDY FOR REMEDY FOR REMEDY FOR REMEDY FOR REilEDY FOR Irritation of the Neck of the Bladder, Inflammation of the Kidnejra, Catarrh of the Bladder. , - , i ! :i . . . . i - Strang nary, or Burnlnsr and. Painful Urinating. i. "..:' 1 ' For these diseases it is truly A sovereign remedy, and too much cannot be said in its praise. A single dose has been known to relieve the most urgent sym- A re you troubled with that distressing pain In the small of the back and through the hips? A teaspoon ful a day of the Constitution Water will relieve you ike magic. t PHYSICIANS Have long since given np the use of buccbu, ubebs. and juniper in the treatment of those diseases, and only use them for want of A bettor remedy. CONSTITUTION WATER Has proved itself equal to the task that baa devolv ed upon iU - DIURETICS Irritate and drench the kidneys, and by constant nse soon lead to chronio degeneration and confirmed disease. We present the Constitution Water to the publio with tne conviction that it has no equal in relieving tbe class of diseases for which it has been found so eminently successful for ouring; and we trust that we shall be rewarded for our efforts in placing so val uable a remedy in a form to meet the requirement of patient and physioun. , u, READ I READ II READ! 1 1 DAirriM.it, Pa.,; June ., 1881.-DR. Wst. H. Obkoo Dear Air: In February, 1801, 1 was afflicted with sugar diabetes, and for five months I paxsod Pore than two gallons of water in twenty-four hours, wu obliged to get up as often as ten or twelve timsduring the night, and In Bve months I Inst fifty riunds in weight. During the month of July, 1H61. procured two bottles of Constitution Water, and in two days after using it I experienced relief, and After taking two bottles I was entirely cured, soon after regaining my usual goodjioalth Jj"1'' BOBTOM CORVATU, N. Y., De. , '1801,-Wst. H. Grntoo A Co. Genu: I freely give you liborty to make use of the following certificate of the value of Constitution Water, which lean recommend in the highest manner: My wile was attacked wttn pain in the shoulders, whole length nf the back, and in her limbs, with Palpitation of the Heart and Irrita tion of tbe Blad ler. lcalled a nhysioiun, who attend M hr ahnnt th en mo nths. wnen he left her worse than he found her. I then employed one of tbe best physians I coulJ find, who attended her for about iae months i.nd while she was under his care sb did not suffer quite as much pain. He finally gave her up, and sivid "her ease was incurable. For," said he, "she has such a combination of oomplaint that mcdicino given jor ono operates against some other of her alfiictiona. About this time she com menced the use of Constitution Water, and to our utter astonishment almost the first dose seemed to have the desired effoct, and she kept on improving rapidly under its treatment, and now superintend! entire! her domestic affairs, She has not taken any of the Constitution Water for about four weeks, and we are happy to say that it has produced A perma ent cure. , WM. M. YAM BENSCHOTEN. WaTHgRsyiKi.n. Conn., Merch 1, IMS. Da. W. H.Gbkoo Dear Sir: Having seen your advertise. Bient ef "Constitution Water," recommended for In flammation of tbe Kidneys and IrriUititn of the Bladder, baring suffered for tbe past tbrse years And tried tbe skill of A number of physicians wilh only temporary relief,-1 was induced to try your medicine. I procured one bottle of your agents at Hartford. Messrs. Lee Siason t Co., and wben I had fised half of it to my surprise I found a great change n my health. I have nsed two bottles of it. and am where I "ever expected to be in my life, well, and in food spirits. I cannot express my gratitude for it; feel that it ii all And more than you recommend it to be. May the blessing of God ever Attend yon in your Uhor. of love. feBIOELOW. I-OS SALE BY All DBUQQISTS. ' FBICS $1. WRI. H. GRECO AY CO., Proprietor nOHCAN AIAEN, General Ag'tA, . He. tt. Cliff Etroet, New Tork. Agent U CI AolnnAtl: BTJRDSAL BRO. leeteeovlBl' ."!rwsnrMm.pwj ' OHIO STATESMAN V BTEAJI PRINTING, BINDING AND PAPER HOUSE. HAVING PURCHASED AND CO.TI. BIN ED the Printing OIBces of FoUott, Foster A Co. and Osgood A Pearce with our own extensive establishment, we can now offor to the publio the facilities of the LARGEST AND IROST COMPLETE - FRUITING HOUSE III THE WEST, And we are At all times prepared to execute, In th ,. best manner, ait kino ol , BOOK & JOB PRINTING Particular care and Attention paid to LAWYERS' I3HIEIT8, And In thli speciality we refer to the Lawyers of ... Ohio. MERCANTILE PRINTING INCLCDlKB CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, DRAY TICKETS,! DUPLICATES. RECEIPTS, CHECKS, CARDS, MILITARY BLANKS r-AND ' . - Blanks of Every Description, Neatly And promptly executed. HANDBILLS, PO'STEZHS AND PROGRAM3IE8, Printed in every color en a 5f ammeth Hoe Press, tb eniy use oi we Ainu in ienim unio. Our facilities for RAILROAD PRINTING Are such that we turn out better work of this kind than nny establishment in the State. EXTRA SL'lWTAItTIAXi BlanK Boolis, Mad'y from the best Paper, and of any style, of Cap, Demi, Medium, Royal, Super , ne; ai er uspsnai rapsn) ; With or without Printed Headings, to any required patterns, and fiuished in superior Styles. , . IK TBS Paper Department We keep on hand the largest atock of ' PATERS & ENVELOPES To be found in this city. Including Bock end News paper Print, from the Cfevclaad Paper Co., Imperial, Super Royal, Koyal, Medium, Domi and Cape, from the Mills of Elisur Smith, ef Lee, AIasi. , ., i, . .1 1 .1- : ;' ; , Having th iole agsnoy In this oity for Platner Parterre Flret Claee Letter . and Not Paper, . ' .:.: ..: -.. ! . :.: -r.:i- ) Ws can offer better paper of these lis than An oo else. -....:. ;(- ' i' .'-i - ; We always keep on band, ef aU Vm; J. Q. Frebleli i ilscelsior Envelopes. : j Although w do not promise to work as low as om of our neighbor. Who hav na Prlntlasr Of f icoe. w do guarantee better stock And work than oan be found in this eity. . , BXICXIABD WEWVItL lanl asaaEasjsfciwff;sj i'HA 'fciiu, ECCCrCLA AKD SCSOrCLOUS BI3EASE3. fVom Emery fe, a tcell-knnvn ma-chant o . ... trfhr,!i Maine. t lian. sold lumr ullHlilities of Voiir PAHMAPAA tLt.A, but ucter el one l.olllc which lull. (I ol th. .ieril-ciielli-ct slid lull rnttaluottoii to lho.e ui.0 tool t As fH,t a our L-iile try il, they Htfic-c hs jeeu i,o ini'dlclue like it before in our coniniunlty.U Emotions. Piniploa, Blotches, Pustules, CJicera, Soros, and All Diseases of the Skin om Un. Jlobt. titration. Brhtot, England. ' I milv ilo uiv ilittv to vou and the imbiio, whti I add my testimony to that you ublifli of the nu llclual virtues ot your baiibai-aiiii.1 a my it, aged ton, liaAl an ulliicupg humor in her eur: yes, and hslr lor ycsis, which we were tillable ti mro until e tiled vour 8 A USA PA RILL A. hhe li aceu well lor some nioutbs.1: ... i jl From Mrs. Jane E. Tliee. a well known unit much- eitemieil laili (( IKniltsi'tlie, up mm io.,ir.s " My (iHUghlur has suffered for a ymr part with i 'crot.ilous eruption, w hich was very tioiihlvfoine Jtotliiiigiinoidcd any relief until we tried your bAU lAfAitlLLA, whicb soon completely cured her." from Miartrii P. Cdpe, ttq.q.the teitloly-knotrnftw fofUaye, Murray f (p., saunnfaclurtn ftf mum 'eltel pi'i'ers in ltahm, S. tl. . ' 1 iiuri lur several Years a very troubletome morln my face, which grew constantly worse ni.ti .t (llsllKUicd my leutures and becunie nu intolerabk jfljictioii. 1 tried almoht everything n nisu could ol Jolh ndvlec and medicine, nut witiiout auyreiiei imtt.viT. until I took vour BAHAi-Ai:ii.tA It immeiliiitely made my face trow, as you told me ii might lor a lime; but In a lew weeks tlie new tkn. begsii lo form under the blotches, and ceutiuut'O until my bice Is as. smooth as anybody's, sail 1 uin without auy svmptotns of the dbease that I know ol. I enjoy perfect health, ahd without a doubt owe it to your SAKOArAitiLLA."' , Eryaipela-General DebUity -Putiry tne v. from Dr. Itobt. Suirin, Houston St., W. Y. Tin. AvKft: I seldom fail to remove Eruption! sna Scrnfirfoui Sores by the perscveilng u.t of your Sahbavauh.la, and I have just wow cured an at tack of Malignant Erutipelns with it. No altera tive we posse'its equals the bARSAPABiLLA you hav supplied to the profession as well as to the people." From J. E. Johnston, Etq., If akemnn. Vino. . " For twelve years 1 had the yellow Erysipelas on m. riul.t arm. durinir whioli lime 1 tried ull the eel- ebrntiil phvsiciuns 1 could ranch, and took hundreds of dullais' woi th of medicines '1 ha ulcers were o bad that the cords became visible, ana tne aociors decided that my arm must be imipulnud. I began takiupt vourSARBArAitiLLA .Tooktwobollles.ai.d soiiieof your Pills 'i'oxeiher tlieyhoveciiied m. I stn now sswell and sound as aiiy booy lteiug In a ..ublic place, my case Is known 10 everybody iu this community, and excites the wonder of all.'' from linn. Henry Monro, Af. P. P., of Ktmnttle, C. If., a Itadiiij member of the Catuulian I'urliament. ' 1 have ed your 8 arb a pa bill a in my lumily, for general ilcbitity, and lor purifying ths i-.oorf, with very beneficial reull. and lml conlldence lu tomnieiiding It to the atllictcd." Bt. Anthony's Fire, Rose, Bait Hheum, Scald Ueud, Bore Eyes. Prom llarvm Sutler. Esq , the able eilitor of ths Tuntkhunnock Ihmocrat, Ptnnrytmnia. "Our only child, about three veers iiiiip:, was at tacked by pimples on his lbrelivsd 'I'hey rniidly spread until they formed a louthroum and viiiilcnt sore, which covered bis nice, and acluully blinded his eyes lor some days. A skilful physiciuii applied uitrale ot silver and other lenie.lles. wlthoul i.i.y up parent effect. For lilleen dnvs we gnai dcil his huiiils, lest w ith them he should tear open the lettering aud con opt wound which covered his whole tare. Hav ing tiled every thing else we hsd any l.o etiom, we begun giviiiK your Sauaapauilla, aud applying the iodide ol potash lotion, as you uiiect. '1 he sore beran to heal when we bad given the liit bottle, and was well when we Imd Mulshed the second. 1 he child's eyelashes, which had come out. crew again, and h is now as r- 'thy and fuir as nny oilier 1 he whole ueichborhooU piedictcd that the child must die." Syphilis end Mercurial Xl-eaao. From Dr. Hiram .Honl. if St. Louis. Alinfnuri "1 tiud your 8ai:hapaiiii.la n mine effectual remedy for the secondary symptoms or Suphitis. and tor syphilitic disease than any other we possess, the profession are indebted to -you lor some of the best medicines we have " From A. .. AVeiie, .If.')., an eminent phyii.-tan of Laiirruee. Mass.. n-lio is a prominent number o the Leaiilnture of Mnssachuselt. lire Aveu 5Iy deor Sir: I have foui.d vour sjarsaPamii.la an excellent remedy lor XuJitlis, botli of the primaru Hlnl tecnnilnrti type, omI ellect uul ill some cases that were too ob.tli.ute lo yii-Ml lo other remedies. 1 do not know what we can cm- filoy with inoie certainty of success, w here a power ul alteratiie I rentiiicd." .1r. CAn S. Van Lino, of Hew nrnntwck, S J., had dreadful ulcus on his legs, ciuix-d by the abuse ol mercury, or mercurial tlinasr. which grew more and more aggravated for vents, in soiie of ever remed v or treatment that could be applied, until the persevering use of Aver'h Baishapaiiii.la iclievct. him Few esses can bo found mote Imeteiatv smi diiieiiigtlisii this, and it took several doiren bot tles to cure ! in. Leusorrhoso, Whites, .Fvmnle Weakness, are generally produced by internal .'cnuotii (.7crr ation, and ore very olteu cured by the alterative fleet of this Hauhaparilla. Some cures reuutie. however, iu aid of the SAHOAPAitiLLA, Ihe skillui application of local remedies. from Hit vellknoirn anH vUlety-relebrated lr. ,iuvf Morrill, of t'inclnnali. "1 have foui.d your Sakbapauili.a tn excellent alterative in diseases ot h-malcs .Mirny cases of ir regularity, Lcticurrlicea, luteiiial L'lceiatioii, aud local debllitv, arising limn the scrofulous diathesis, bave yielded to it, and there aie lew that do not. when itseflcct is properly aided by local Ireulmeut.' A lafytjaneltling to allow the publication of her name, writtt: " " Mv daughter and mvself have been cured oft very debilitating Lcticorrliuiu of lour slauiliiig, b two bottles of y our eA iiba p arilla . Bheumntism. Oout t.iver Complaint; Dyi pepsia Heart DiBease, Wtuia gla, when caused bv Scrofula Iu the system, are rapid!' cured by tbiiEsT. Sarsaparilla. . ayTr's CATHARTIC TILLS possess so ninny Bclvnntucs over tlio otliiT pur gatives in the ninrket, ami their suyciior virtues ure so universally known, thnt wc need not ilt more tluin to iiSMirc the ptihlic, their unliiy is maintained equal to the iicst it ever lias liecn. And that they may be depended on to do All that tlicy have ever done. iTeparcd by j. v. Aitit, m.. v., iO., Xbwell, Mail, And told by v O. HUBERTS. Columbus, And by dealers in mod i icine everywhere, septlS-dAweowly uiAti)iooTBT.U8eful & Valuable Discovery! miiTON'S Insoluble Cement ipplleabl to th useful Art. Il of more a-eneral nractical util ity than any invention now be fore the Dunne. It nas been thoroughly tested during the last two years ov nractical men. and pronounced by All to be SOTEItlOK TO Ainr Adhesive Preparation Known. Hilton's Insoluble Cement A new thing. It Combination. 1 1. ' i '"j via". - .'V la a new thing. And th result of years, qf Study; it Combination OB-, f , , fi , n Scientific Prlnclifle, And under no circumstance! or change of temperature,, will it neoome corrupt ur emit auy Ol tensive smell. BOOT .V NIIOB Boot And Bhee klaiiufactujeri. Manufacturer!, using Machine!, will find it the best article known for Cementing the Channels, as ii woras wunouioeiay, is not ai fectcd by any chance of teuiDcr- .ature. . Jewelen. .... 5 . 1 FamUle. JF.lVFI.inil" Will 8nd It sufficiently adhesive '.'or thoir use. as ha been proved. It I esrpeclnlly adapt ' ea to s-sttiiiier. And we claim a An especial merit, that it sticks Patches and Linings to Hoots and Huoes sum-. oientLy strong without stitching. IT TS THE ONLY v LIQUID CKIIPm' ' I liquid. extant, that ii A lur thing for meuuing Furnlturr, ' ''. CTrockerjr, Tcj-a, ' Uon," (; " ' " lyory,' And artloles of household nse.' KiiTiiviiiEn RiHfin'i Innnliihln Ppmoni Bemamber. Is In a liquid form And as easily . a lMI . Hilton's Insoluble Cement Ii InsoluW in water or oil. Hilton's Insoluble Cement ' Adhere IP oily substances. .V i 1 ISurmlied In Family Or Mannfkn- (turers package from 1 ounce ito too pouuas. hruLTorv lmoJkCo. rrnprietors, prov idknOe, R, L EDWARD SCAN LAN it CO., Bole Agents for Cincinnati. Lord k Smith. Wholesale Druggist, 19 Lake ttreet, ol agent for Onko, Illinois, to where vruer aue- nssami a uue to, lose-aty i'1 1 ! ! i 1 1 ( ' , all Ltia . . I ,:i 't ' "' "R prDt-op Utiea centraetl nil asartl,' ' ' ' ' for tss tW Usudlta fratuuni stn. ' ':. hare Wn introduced to the ptibtie for ; : . mure than lis year, And bave Acquired AO far extwditifc; ny Faniily Modicinw of inillnr tmlure in Ihrtiimrkot. ' .' An ipN'inliiitf pil'llo wm not long In disflovering they pnsd ruiimrkuble r ' Cvvivve "VvovUii, tnd hence their ' ' ': ind consequent protlt to the ' Proprietor, .bus enabling him to eind ' of dnllnri eai-h yoar in Kdrertising their , merit, and puliliehiiig the which huvs been boworod upiu him from The peculiarity of tne Is tlml Il.i-J steik t lbs- r..t of Dinnaao (,y , , o ..v.-r .n.ii. l- "f impurity . t .v '.V. V' MV.. ' ,,,, . -.--. t- . : "I . i : " ' . U 1 II. . 14 Tumors, Eruptions, Fits, Sbrotitous Oonmmptinn, eta. 0NS person writes, her dnti)(litr wai otiml of Ills of nine year1 sluiidmg, And bU Vltn' dance of tw yers. ANOTHER wrtl, uis son was cured gflr his tlis-h hud almost wasted awiiy. The doctor pronounced the cose iucurA Ahle. ' AB OTHER wu cured of Fevor and Aeno Aftor Irvinu every BimliHp.e in his rem h. AROTBER wm curod of Fever Quia whii'b hifl xittxl foiirtn vnttri. ANOTHER of Kheuniatisui of eight year. Chios Inntimerahle of Dyipopim And Liver Complaint could be mentioned in Which the Purltler And Fills " WotNs. VWitd. a CVvavm. Are the moot Active And thorough pilli that have ever been introduced. They act to dinn-tly upon the Liver, exciting that orgnn to such an oiu-nl at that the yieih doe not relapie into lis former condition, which is loo apt lo b j tbe case with simply A purgative pill. They are really a 'which, in coivjunclion with the r will cure" all tho Afbremenlionid dlsoasn, ml, of themselves, will relieve aud cure ft(d(xah, Oostivsneaa; Cbiw P4tnt Cholera. Jtforbua, Indigestion, y CPni tr the gowel; ; (pizzineaa, eta. ' ' Try tbete medicines, and you will neve regret it. . Ask your nolghbors, , who have uod them, And ihey will ay they ere And you should try them before going for a phyiiciMti. . Got a Pamphlet or Alir.anacof my IocaI Agent, him I rtt'id the cerlitb-Hten, ami if you ' hnve evor doubted you will ' '' tt o wV. wvov e. As a .ru..l ll.i.l lha Ill J I'uriti.'i an.l I'dls art iiir.ly n-g-i.il.l, I h' il" -vii'li'"' I iti.wi.m i.mi .-heiinsi.. l'r..f.r I'liiliobol Nw V..rk, sad L,H'kr l I n., n. i. i I IU-...I In. It..l..'k'i l..il N.iil.i.'trriinot pill.lishr.1 III scntispu'.mo. ut lhl l'pl tru j tim. t. inn". ..! Pin i III. H.-n.1n.lni. Vfialik. lll.H.1 rnrh j 6.1.11 ii Ih.iiI.., i.i 1 .'i I'Hlt I """ oniB-praa. diti.'lnl. V..s.-Iblr llli.nl I'dta. "' I"! " h.n l.'i II ' nlhr. .1.-1 Uniinrsetory, tm. A an. no .'. rs thlnf dlrsrt, I'llieliinall. II ' , " FOIl SAI.K by .; V Dealers Generally eevp THJTII WALLACE, OF FIlANKLm IV i ' . :n i.i.r i.v: : .. r v .w wuui;,.u iu. uwivvi uu.u,,iuuni.i l,)liuia,u Wallace, deceased, and William Veslle and Almira vesua supposca lo oeoi turon county, I'nio: Abra ham t'arv and Amanita Carv. of the Stale of low.- John Cary and Amelia Cnrv, of the State of low: James Crawford and Lucy Crawford, of the Slate of Wisconsin; siary r.ssex, l.eroy w allace, William Wallace, Amelia Wallaoe, Anuct Hall and William Hall, Amelia Molirlde and Alvira K verts, residence unknown to your petitioner, and Henry Adams and Addison Adams, of Franklin county, Ohio, heirs At law of William Wallace, deceased .. j Will lake notice unit on me I nn dav of Juno, A. II lOftA I .. ..liMjni.lM.n. jf .k....... n, .11 l.(: ti;. t , i. , iM'MlSWW 11IIIIU1 Wallaoe, deceased, filed a petition in the Probate Court of Franklin county, Ohio, alleging that tbe personal estate of said decedent is not sufficient to pay un qeou anu ine cnarge 01 Administering His e.tale; that he died seised in fee simple of tho fol lowing described real estate, situated in the oounty of franklin, in the State of Ohio, to wit: Ir.-Loti Nos. fourteen and fifteen (14 and 15), In 5lcElvaine's Addition to the city of Columbus, Ohio, as per re corded plat of said addition: that said Ituth Wallace is entitled to dower in said premises; and that said William Vestleand Almira Vestle, Abraham Cary and Amanda Cary, John Cary and Amelia Cary, iames Crawford and Lucy Crawford, 5larr Essex eroy Wallace, WilliAwi Wallace, Amelia Wallace Annet Hall, William Ball, Amelia 5lcliride, AlvirA Evert. Henry Adams And Addison Adams, as heirs At law. hold the next estate of inheritance in said premises. The prayer of the petition is for the as signment nf dower to said Kuth Wallsec and for an order, Authorising me, as administrator of said William Wallace, deceased, to sell said premises, snbject to said dower estate, for the payment of tbe debts and charges aforesaid, . Paid petition will be for hearing on the sad day nf July, A.-1)., 1804, at nine o'olock, A. 51., or as soon thoroafter as oonnsel can be heard. , T Sherift's Sale. . smm uaxier Court of Common Flea e William HaxUr et aJ.) ru"lln oounty, Ohio. ' rPUHSVANCE OF AJf ORDER OF sale on partition to me direoted, I will offer fo sale at public auction at the Court House, in the oity of Columbus, on , . , Monday, the 18th day of July, A.'b. 18C4. wooolock F, M., the following dosoribod real es- .u'JW be'n I" th ennnly of Franklin. In the eity of Columbus, being Out-lot No. 66. in said oity of Columbus. ' Appraised st A8.KK). ' ; ' , f -i,', Terms or 8AUS-One-tulrd of the porches mo ney paid on the day or sale; one-third paid in on year, and one-third in two years, bearing Interest from date of sale, with mortgage oq premises to so Ottre doferred payments. . t FHn.er'.fee..fJWJI- I0 Sb.riff. jonwr-dltAwtd vs.