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(iKVABIiBLY IS ADVANCB.) Daily, per year ... " hy the Carrier, I a-.. ..' ,.9 00 .. 20o .. 4 60 .. 1 00 .. 1 00 .. T oo S 60 ..16 00 .. 8 00 ..SO 00 . 15 00 bp the bi Hi tjamer. per nee-. Tri-Weekly,per jear W eekly, single oopy, on w 'r ' six months- i CI fibs of four eopLos, one year.. " " 11 six months. -..... ' Clubs of ten copies, on year " " six mouths.. Clubs of twenty copies, one year ' " iix month! With an additional oopy to the party who gets Club of ten er twenty. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Showing the arrival and departure of trains at ;Co lmhus. Ohio. Ua and alter Hay Utb, 1864, train will run as follows: ., . Utile Miami & Columbu ft Xenia U.K. LI ATI. AHK1TI. Cincinnati, Dayton, Richmond and Indianapolis Night Ex- - press ....130A.M. MO A.M. Cincinnati Accommodation... 6:00 A.M. 8J5F.il. Cincinnati and Dayton Day ..... Express 110 A.M. 1M0A.M. Hail and Aoeommodatioa.. ... M KM. S: KM. .; . , T. LOUGH, Agent. Cleveland, Coiumkua fc Cln'ti R. It. ' Kight Express A. M. H:4B A. M. Sew York Express 'SIS Mr' H:SMI' ail and Express V. M. 8:50 P.M. JAMES PATTERSON, AjenU ' Central Obla Railraad. No. t Express 4:10 A. M. 11KKA. M. o, 4 Express, to Newark only .1030 A.M. . Ho. 6 Express. '.V, K- W. J. FILL, Agent. Plttsbur;, Colambue ft Cln'tl R. It. Mat! Train.. 4:10 A.M. lHWA.M. Express Train 1030 A.M. 11:06 A. M. Accommodation ..... 8:00 r. M. JOIIN B. PETERS.Agent. " ' ' Great Central R. B. Line. (COLUMBUS, PIQTA A INDIANA ItAILROAD.) Indianapt-Ii Express..: ......1130A.M. 1:48 K M. Fiqua and Toledo Express.. t.-OOKM. .-5A.M. Columbus and ludianapoli Aooommodation 6:00 A.M. 10:00 P.M. O. A. HILL, Agent. i I ' - . ; ; 1 FV Hi WATT, " ': : - ' (LATE SIBVAULT A WATT,) ' WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURER OF Trunks, Carpet Bags, AND VALISES. Store 109 South IIIcli Street. Repairing neatly done. The Trade supplied with Trunk Strips. . junel6-dlm BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY. M. C. LILLE Y, TR1 n CLgj? ' """" ' AND j Blank Book Manufacturer 1 Wo. North High Street, COLUMBUS. O. jenM dtf DF1 Xji XJ 2SLa STRICKLAND'S ANTI-CHOLERA MIXTURE. Ts a composition of astringents, absorbents, stimu lants and carminatives, which every phrsiciai. ae kno-sledges is the only preparation that will effect a ' permanent cure of I)iarrno?a and Dysentery. This Anti-Cholera Mixture is now in use in several of nut army hospitals, where it gives the greatest satisfac- ' tion. It has raved thelives of thousands of our sol- ' diersand citisens, and we will guarantee it te be the best remedy u th world for Diarrhoea and Dysen- " terr. Mr. Woods, of Covington, Kv., will be mosthap ' py to satisfy any one as to the virtue of Strickland's ' Anti-Cholera Mixture; in fact we have a great num ' ber of ttimonials from patients who nave been cured afte-being pronounced incurable by tbetrphy 1 licians, some after taking only one bottle of Strick ' land's Auti-Cholera Mixture. If you suffer with . Diarrhoea and Dysentery try one bottle. , 8old in Columbus, Ohio by S. E. Samuel. O, . Roberta, N. B. Marple, J. N. Denig, Denig A Sons. Thrall Benbam, U. Wilson and B.Joaos A Son, pruggisM, -3nlM-d4wly.tnes.thurs.sat. AdminiBtrator's Sale of Eeal Estate TK PURSUANCE OP AX ORDER GRANTED X by the Probate Court of Franklin County, Ohio, Twill offer for sale at public auotion. On the 25th day ot August, 1804, at 1 o'clock, Afternoon, at the door of the Court House, in said county, the following described real eitate, situate in the County of Franklin and State of Ohio, tn-wit: Inlots Nos. fourteen (14) and fifteen (IS) in McElvain's ' addition to the City of Columbus, Ohio, as per re corded plat of said addition. . - Appraised at one thousand and four hundred dol ' )ars. Terms of sale either cash in hand, oroncthird ' eash in hand, one third in one year, and one third ia two years from the day of sale, with interest. I)e " ferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon the .premise, sold. , . ; G . C0Lma Administrator of William Wallace, deceased ., , July MAlH64.Ha-l'd4ww-M. Maoter Commissioner's Sale. Abraham Carlisle ) VS.' Gideon Vandemark et al.) Snoerior Court of Franklin eounty, Ohio. 1ft PtTBSCAWCE OF AH OHDEB Or said Court to me directed, I will offer for sale at public auction, at the door of the Court llouae.in 1 the city of Columbus, on ' Tuesday, the 30th day of August, A.D. 1864, . at 8 o'clock P. M., the following described real es tate, situate in Franklin eounty, and State of Ohio, ' ' '"Thirty-four and one-half (34 () feet off of the west "' ilde of In-lot number seven hundred and ninety- eight (780), in the city of Columbus, Franklin oouor d ty. Ohiy, as designated oo the map of said city. . wM.poM.GAN. ' Sheriff and Master Commissioner. fi0 Printer's fers 5 Ou. ' jalyW-dltAwtd - "" Notice IS HEREBY GIVE! THAT A FETI tion will be presented to the Commissioners of ' Franklin and Delaware counties, at their Heptemher .-- nesting, for a County Road commencing at the State road on the east side of the Columbus and ' Cleveland Railroad, thence east on line between aid counties to the Lockwin and Worthington road. '" bordering on Aharon township, Franklin connty, and ' ' Orange township, Delaware eeunty. touching- the lands of L, Leaf, L. H. Gardner. B. Ferrel, John Hurlbut, T. U. Coe, 8. Bennett, G. Mcllvane and C. tsee. PETITIONERS. July . 1864. w4w-jnlyi7-b NOTICE. itj THE Examinations advertised to beheld by the School Examiners of Franklin Couity at Grove wort, Grove City, Hillierd Station and Central Col !(, will be postponed and held at the Probata Court Boom in Columbus, as billows: , '' "' On meetlin Sept 8th.and Oet, 1st, i 7th and 8th OoU - 1 "' " . 14th and 15th ' ; " ' ' "-' Slst and SKd " . Tha other six meetings heretofovertlsed. . ... .. . i HOHACK W1L&ON, ( , janeaa-w4t pocreiary. It i'i CMDS70IDERED TRIMMINGS, '1; w . in i i n- tbj SWISS and vauurio -iiusMUB. i Dimity JUands and Muslin Flouncing. t i . i . Elegant Barba Laces. : ' puint Lace Collars and Setf. . '.: . . ::. ' , Thread Lace Veils. . Lac Handkerchiefs, Janets Kos.tS to Houth High Btrt. - WM..f BOBAaCO. ' Wat. M. KAIUIT FH0BASCO & HAI1SEY, ATXOIINEYS AT I4A.W Itm. fiS TTeat Third Street. 'times aciLBina.' cwcdi'sai.o. jnchfl-vn TT e-Kr Armv Wrtchea. ARflANPALB k CO.. Import, 1ST Broadway. iew Vork, want A genu in every eounty and very regiinnnt, for the sal of their new Bt.vlee of Wat'hM. Unusually liberal terms V offered to Agent. Send for circular. suayll : CONSTITUTIOrj LIFE SYRUP I ' ' COMPOSED or JODLDE POTASSIUM With tb Compouad Concentrated Fluid Extract Valuable Medicinal ROOTS AND HERBS, Prepared bjr WOT. II. GBEGG, 1H. D.j Graduate College of Ph ysicians and Surgeons, N. Y. formerly Assixtant Physician Blnckwell's island Hospitals, late Medical Inspector New York - iitat Volunteer Depots, under Governor Edwin D. Morgan, Constitution Life Syrup A REVOLUTION IN MEDICINE! What mav seem almost Incredihle. Is. tht menv di season hitherto considered hopelessly incurable are frequently cured in a few days or weeks, and we oneertuuy invite ine investigation ot tne uoerai minded and soieutifio to cures which have no paral lel at the Dreflnnt d&v. Our medicine is peculiar; br it the seat of any diseaso is directly reached, and the equilibrium re stored. Those who have suffered long from painful and ob stinate diseases: Those who have veinlv souirht re lief from advertised medicines; Those who cannot ue ourea oy oiner pnysicians , Are Invited to Uae Constitution 1.1 fe . , Syrup. During the past 8ve years we have contended with obstacles and overcome opposition as herculean as wore ever encountered by any rolorinors. RAPIDITY OF CURE. Some say, "Your cures are too quick," while oth ers doubt their permanence, and thiuk that diseases can only be oured by the "slow recuperative process of Nature." This is our reply: In health, the body, like a well balanced scale, is in a state 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 acale. Constitution Life Syrup, A positive and specific remedy for all diseases orig inating from an IMPCKE STATE OF THE BLOOD, and for all (hereditary) DISEASES trans mitted from PARKNT TO CHILD. PARALYSIS. Hemiplegia. Paresis Paraplegia. Paralysis Agi tans. It is so universallyadmitted that Constitution Life Syrup is the only effective means of restoration in the various forms of Paralysis, that we need not reti rrste that it is emphatically th Great Life-Hiving rower. DYSPEPSIA. Indigestion, Liver Complaint. Weight at Stomach. Censtipalion. Biliousness. Want of Appetite. Flatulence, Bad Breath. SCBOFCLA. Struma. Glandular Swellings. Ulceration, King's Evil. Erysipelas. alt Rheum. This taint (berkditart and AcqratKn), filling life with untold misery, is by all usual medical rem icai remedies inourable. BHEViriATISn. i Arthritis. .Neuralgia. Gout, .umbago Sciatica. Tic Douloureaux. If there is any disease in which the Constitutien Life Syrup is a sovereign, it is in Rheumatism and its kindred affections. The most intense pains are almost instantly alleviated enormous swellings are reduced. Ca-ies, clirouio or vicarious, of to or M years' standing, hare been cured by us NEBVOESXESS. Ssrvons Debility. Shattered Nerves. Epilepsy. St. Yituf's Dance. Loss of Power. Confusion of Thoughts. Thousands who hare suffered for years will bless tr.edav on which thev read thelin.- Ppt.imiirl to weak.suffering women will this medicine prove an inestimable blessing directing their footsteps to a Hope which fulfils more than it promises. OTEBCIBIAL DISEASES. Salivation. Rotting of Bones. Bad Comnlexion Aches in Bones. Feeling of Weakness. Depression of Spirits. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP trnnre. the . torn entirely from all the evil effects of MKRCIIRY. removing the Bad Breath, and curing the Weak Joints and Kheuniatio Pains which the use of Calo mel is sure to produce. It hardens Spongy Gums and secures the Teeth as firmly as ever. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYEUP Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases 0 the Skin, like IXCEKS PIM1LES, BLOTCHES A nil all ntha A'llGmnltXmm tit tVlm IrlnJ -LLk X. disfigure the outward appearance of both males and females, often making them a disgusting objeet to themselves and their friends. CONSTITUTION" LIFE SYEUP Cum all Svrelllaifr of Use Gland, Either of th Face, Neck, or Female Breast, and should be taken as soon as the swelling is detected, thus preventing their breaking, and producing troublesome Discharging Sores, which disfigure so many of the younger portion of th community, from six to twenty years of age, Yonng children are very subject to Discharges from the Ears, which de pend upon a scrofulous constitution. Theee easel loon recover by taking a few doses of the Life Syrup. .11 . . 1 a- . r K Au svnuuiou. lwrsous Buuenug irom general no bility. Emaciation, Dvspcpsia and Dropsy of the limbs, abdomen, and in the female. Dronav of 1K ovaries and womb, generally accompanied with Ir nnuimauuu aim i;icenuion 01 ine u terus, are per manently cured by Constitution Life Syrup. The disease known as Goitre or Swelled Neck, the Life Syrup will remove entirely. The remedy should be taken for some time, as the disease is eicMvlinirl chronic 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. tpneptic r its, MympathetU) or Urganio Diseases of the Heart, as Palpitaiion, Disease of the Valves, B reducing a grating or filing sound. Dropsy of the eart Case, aud all the affections of this important orsan (persons sulferine from anv acuta nain in tha region of the heart), will be greatly relieved by Con stitution Life Syrup, . . Broken Down and Delicate Cenatltu stone, Suffering from Indisposition tn Rvarttnn Tin In the back, boss of Uamory, Forebodings, Horror of calamity, rearoi Disease, llimnes or Vision, Dry, Hot Skin and Extremities. Want af Kliuin- U.ii. lessness. Pale. Haggard Countenance, and Lassitude of the Muscular System, all require the aid of th Uioni u iiua bite, oiitur. FOR ALL FOBMS OF TTLOEEATIVE DISEASES. iiiowm tne now, inrosc, lougue, nptne, rore- t . 1 . 11 T M . m II n ' neaa or scat p, no remeay nas ever proved its equal. J10TH PATCHES noon the female face, depend ing upon a diseased action of the Liver, are verv un pleasant to the young wife and mother. A few bot tles of Constitution Life Hyruo will correct tha ua. eretion, and remov th deposit whioh is directly unuer iuv saiu. In Diseases of th Liver, giving rise to Langonr, Dissiness. Indigestion. Weak Stomach, or an 11 rr. ated or cancerous condition of that organ, accom panied with burning or other unpleasant symptoms. win oe renvea oj tn as 01 wnaillUllvX LIFE SYBUP. T A reneral BleedPnrlfwlnsr Asretit, tbe Lit Myrap etand anrirai. id bjr any Preparation In the World. Diseases of th Strine. as nsnallv davalnnad In tha young, Hip Disease, Neuralgia, and all Norrous Dis eases, and Ladies who are suffering from Diseases lor wnicn tney are at a loss to Know what to do, w would advise th us of CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP. It will restore their nallid annnlananna strengthen their woak back and side, give them new nargy, new life and happiness. THE RICH AMD POOH Areliable to the same diseases. Nature and Scienea have mad tb Constitution Life Syrup for th ben efit of ail. 1'rodneea healthy men and women: and if tha Con. stitntion is neglected in youth, disease and early death are the result. Do not delay when the mean are so near at hand, and within the reach of all. : To Mothers and Married Ladies, It la the safest and most effectual medicine ever dis covered for purifying th system, and relieving tb suffering attendant uponchildbirth. It strengthens both th mother aud the child, prevent pain and disease, and increase and enriches th food. Thot who hav used it think it indispensable. It is high ly useful both before and after confinement, as it prevent discos attendant uponchildbirth. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP In the Poor Mai's Friend and the Rich Mam'a ilewlng! BCT IT, TAKE IT, AND BE CUBED! IT 19 TJNIYEESAL IN ITS EFFECTS WM. H. GREGG, M. D., - POLE PROPRIETOR. NEW Y0RS. , t . Laboratory!,. Brooklyn, L. I. rl; flper'Vottlet (Six Settle for . WSent by express to all parts ef the eoan try. :. ' ' noBGAJT ALEEIf , I :':) a.Vs-... Wkoleaal Draggista, ' " i ., AGENTS, i 48 Cliff Street, New YrK anM'i-dAwopte Summer Arrangement. 1864. 1864. 1864. 1864. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND STEUBENVILLE RAILROADS . OFFER THE V, Shorteaitt Qnlckesit and Most Re liable Route TO Plttabnrn;ht Ilarrlabnrg, Baltlmoret Waahlngton City, Philadelphia! New York and Boston. Direct connections are mad at Bellair with th BALTI.TIOUE A: OHIO BAIEBOAD, And at Pittsburgh with th ' PK."S1XVA1A CEVrRAIi R. R. Trains leave Columbus daily (Sundays excepted) a follows: NIGHT EXPRESS-Leaves Columbus, Tia Cen tral Ohio R. R.,4:10 A. 11.; will stop at all stations shen signaled; arriving at Bellair at 10:48 A. 11.; Baltimore, 6:00 A. M.; Washington City, M A. M. Eight trains daily to Philadelphia and New York, also connects at liellaire for Pittsburgh, Uarrisburg, Philadelphia and New York. NIGHT EXPRESS, VIA STEUBENVILLE Leaves Columbns 4:10 A. M.; Steubenville, H:10 P. M.; arrives at Pittsburgh 3:60 P. M.; leaves Pitts burgh 4:35 P. M.; Uarrisburg, A. M.; Philadel phia, 7:00 A. M.; New York, via Philadelphia, 12:00 Jl.; Baltimore, 7:00 A. il.; Washington City, 8:50 ANEW YORK EXPRESS. VIA STEUBEN VILLE Leaves Columbus 1020 A. M.; arrives at Bteubenville 6 P. 11.: Pittsburgh, 85 P. M.j Harris burg, 65 A. Jl.; Philadelphia, 10:00 A. II.; New York, via Allentown, 1:45 1'. 11.; via Philadelphia, 1:45 P. M .; Baltimore, 11:50 A. M.; Washington City, 40 P.M. DAY EXPRESS. VIA CENTRAL OHIO R. R. Leaves Columbus 3:00 P. 11.; will stop at all stations and arrive at liellaire 10:00P. M.; Grafton, i-XA. M.; Piedmont, Cumberland, 85: llartinsburg, 11:45; Harper's Ferry, 13 P. M.i Baltimore, 5:00 Washington City, 8:35; Philadelphia, 10:30 P. M. Eight trains to New York daily. Arrive at Pittsburg J:10 A. Mj. Harrisburg, 12:46 P. M.; Philadelphia, 6:30; New York, 10KW P. II.; Baltimore, 6:40 P. Al.) Washington City, :50 P. 11. 8. F. JiClXL, JKO. W. BHOW1V, O. T. A. Steub. R. R. G. T. A. Cent. Ohio R. R. May 19, lti4. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. For Cincinnati, IHsyton, Richmond, lndianapoUa and Chicago. Without ChntiKe of Car to Dayton and ltlrlimond, and enly one Change of Vara to tit. Ijonle, Indian apolia and Chicago. On and after Monday, May 23, 1864, Train will Ron as follow 1 FOUR TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUfflBUS. (Sundays excepted.) FIRST TRAIN. CINCINNATI. DAYTON. RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS NIGHT EXPRESS-Leaves at 125 A. M., stopping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mor row and Lovcland, arriving at Cincinnati at 635, A. II.: Richmond, 6:35 A. 11.; Indianapolis, :10 A. H.; Chicago, 835 P. M. SECOND TRAIN. CINCINNATI. RICHMOND, INDIANAPOLIS AND CHICAGO TRAIN Leaves at M A. II., stopping at all stations on the L. II. A C. A X. R. R., connecting with the train on the Marietta A Cincin nati R. R. for Hillshoro, Chillicothe and Marietta, arriving at Cincinnati at 1125 A. 11.: at Dayton, 8:53 A. II.; stopping at all stations on the Dayton A West ern Kail road, arriving at Richmond at 10:40 A. 11.; Indianapolis, 1:U5 P. 11.; Chicago, 8:35 P. 11. CN. B. Tli is train is the quickest lrom Columbus to Chicago; time occupied being 14 hours aud 35 minutes, which is quicker than by any other Railroad route. THIRD TRAIN. CINCINNATI, DAYTON. RICHMOND AND INDIANAPOLIS DAY' EXPRESS Leaves at 110 A. M., stopping at JefTerson. London, Charleston, Cedarville, Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow, South Lebanon, Foster's, jiveland, Camp Dennison, Milford and Engine Iliiue; arriving at Cincinnati at 4:45 P. M.i Dayton at 8:00 P. M.; Richmond at 630 P. M.; Indianapolis at 80 P. M., and Chicago, 8:30 A- U FOlTRTn TRAIN. MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves at 8:35 P. M., stopping at all stations on tbe L. M. A C. A X, R. R., except Claysville, Branch Hill, lliamisvilia and Plainville, arriving at Cincinnati at 4:00 A. M. Sleeping: Carw on iiRht Trninsi for Cincinnati and lndianapoUa. N. B. For fnrther information apply at the Co lumbus Union Depot Ticket Office of IILLltl IIKOOKN, Ticket Agent, T. jLOUGU, Agent P. W. KTRADElt, "I (ieneral Ticket Aeent, I p;.i,. E. W. WOOWAKD,(tlMuul,tt' Superintendent,) Columbus, May W. 1884. 1864. Summer Arrangement. TIME CHANGED. Great Northern and Eastern Route. Cleveland, Columbus AND CINCINNATI f H liTTHflT! 13 M '!.'!!! ! ! 9 J CINCINNATI RAILROAD. SITlireo Train 33aJ.ly,. . EXCEPT BUNDAY. From Columbus, in connection with Trains on tha IJttlfr Miami Ac Columbus Ac Xenia Railroads ' .i t FIRST TRAIN. . . NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbns at SM A M. Will stop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington, Gilead, Oalinn, and at all stations north of Caiion; arriving at Cleveland at M A. 11.; Dunkirk. iM P. M.; Buffalo. 6:05 P. M. Albanv, 4:45 A. 11.; New York, 10:30 A. M.'Boston, 3:00 P. M., Chicago, via Crestline, 6-26 P. M.; PitUiburg, 130 P. M.; Phila delphia, . SECOND TRAIN. ; NEW YORK EXPRESS-Leaves Columbns at 1020 A. M. Will stop at Delaware, Cardington, Ualion, Crestline, Shelby, New London, Wellington and Grafton; arriving at Cleveland at 10 P. M.; Dunkirk, 8:32 P, 11.; Buffalo. :56 P. Jl.: Albany,. 8:45 A. Jl.; New York, t:48 P. M.: Boston, 4 J P. If.; Pittsburg, via Crestline, at l0 P. M.; Philadelphia, ' , Chicago, Tia Grafton, at 6:30 A. M. 1 ' 1 THIRD TRAIN. ' MAIL AND EXPRESS Leaves Columbns at 3K P. M. Will stop at all stations south of Hbelby, and at Bhilob, New London, Wellington, Grafton and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at 8:50 P. M.; Dunkirk, 3:46 A. M.; Buffalo, 4:iOA. M.; Albanv, 3:16 P. M.; New York. :45 P. M.i Boston, 11-50 P. M.; Pitts burg, Tia Crestline, 330 A. M.; Philadelphia, ; Chicago, i A. U. . CONNECTIONS. At Delaware with Rprlngneld Branch for Spring field and all points on that road. : At Crestline with Pittsburg. Ft. Warn and Chi cago Railroad for Pittsburg, Philadelphia and Balti more. Also for Chicago. At Shelby, with Sandusky, 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 iKe Snore Railroad for Erie, Dunkirk, Buffalo, hew York and Boston. ; Patent Sloping; Cans are rnn on all . Night Train to Chicago, New , York and IIoMton. ' aBaggag checked through to New York and Boston, via Cleveland; also to Philadelphia and New York, via Crestline. ,, . ' RETURNING". ' ; Night Express arrives at Columbus at 12:45 A. M, Cincinnati Express arrive at Columbus at 11 Jt A. M. Columbns Accommodation arrives at Col ambus at 8-64 A. M. ' Faro aa Low a br any other Boat. Ask for Ticket via Crestline or Cleveland. ! : E. S. IXINT, ' f Hup't., Cleveland, Ohio. ' JAMES PATTEBSOnt. " Agent, Columbus, Ohio. - uoiumnus . Jay , m. , Notice TiOALIWnOM IT MAT CONCERN. Where A my wife Harriet Lucas, having left my bed and board, without any just cause or provocation, this is to warn all persons against trusting or harboring her en my aooount, as 1 will pay no delits of her contracting alter this date. FRANCIS LIJCIJ8. ReTuvidsburg, Ohio, March V 1844. marUW3mb ooo COXSTITCTIOW WATER. CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION . CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION CONSTITUTION TBI WATER. WATER. WATKR. WATER. WATKR. WATKR. WATKR. WATKR. i WATKR. WATKR. WATKR. WATER. r0 TBI CONSTITUTION, And the only known Remedy FOB . . DIA1IKTF.N and BISEASKS of the UIUNEYg and UIxAlfUCU. CONSTITUTION WATER . Hu been nronounced bv the Medical Faculty and the nhhlin tahA the most wonderful rnmedv for thener- manont cure of all diseases of the STOMACH, LI V- EK, Hl.W! &xb ana DL.Aiiur.it. mat nas ever Deen ofl"irpi1 It is not a MINERAL WATER. It Is from expe rience that CONSTITUTION WATER hasemenat- ed, and we now say let no man doubt, wnen a singl bottle has been known to cure diseases which the best medical talent in the country failed to relievo. A remedy possessing the "virtues of Constitution Water cannot be classed under "quack" prepara tions, as it is now used by the most scientific prac titioners in tho eity. It is only second-class physi cians that cry down popular remedies, while the bet ter skillod make use of everv means to accomplish aenre: and the (ucoess of the phrsioian increases as bis knowledge of different remedies enables him to produce a cure, while others fail in tho attempt. Science is satisfied with the truth. ... Give Constitution Water a fair trial we mean yon who are under some bpkoi alst'8 ear from year to year, and we particularly allude to ladies who are constantly resorting to local trratment, and all sorts of local applications for diseases, with as much ohanc of suocess as there would be from local ap plications to the throat for diseases of the brain. We have always been careful to use language In our ciroular that could not shock the most delicate organization, but we receive many communications from persons for whom Constitution Water is adapt ed, and of whose disease no mention has been made, that we bare come to the conclusion that if the rem edy is capable of producing a euro, no matter what th disease may be, it should be made known. The medioine is put up for the publis and there should be no exceptions. , , DIABETES Is a disease of the stomach and liver, acting through, the kidneys, and Is without doubt, the most obsti nate disease, except Consumption, that affects th human constitution. We have no space for discus sing causes, but will state that the effect of the dis ease is the conversion of the starchy principle (or vegetable portion of the food) into sugar, which stimulates the kidneys to an excessive seoretion of water, siany persons sutler lrom tnis uisease wno are ignorant of it; that is, they pass large quantities during tbe day, and are obliged to get upfront one to fifteen or twenty times during the night, - No notice is taken of it until their attention is called if' th 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, whioh, when tbe disease is fully established, is in tolerable A patient drinkt constantly vMiout be ing tatiqfltd; also dryness of the mouth, cracking of tbe lips, a sweet breath, in the more advances oases, and finally loss of appetite, emaciation, and the pa tient gradually sinks from exhaustion. CoNHTiTl'TioN Water is, without doubt, the onlv known remedy for diabetet, and we have as much confidence that it is a snecific as we have thatoninm will produce sleep, and truthfully say that it has eured every cass in wbicn it nas been used. Stone in tha Bladder, Calculus, Grav el, Brick Duet Depoait, Etc., Etc., Diseases arising from a faulty secretion in the one ease being too little, and accompanied bysevere pain, and in the other a too profuse secretion which will be speedily eured by the CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER . CONSTITUTION WATKR ' CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATKR CONSTITUTION WATER CONSTITUTION WATKR CONSTITUTION WATKR THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR THK 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 Irritation of the Keck of the Bladder, Inflammation of the Kidney, Catarrh, of the Bladder. , Stranfuarr, or Bnrnins; andPalnfnl Urinating. - , For these diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy, and too much cannot be said in it praise. A single dose has been known to relieve th most argent sym toms. Are you troubled with that distressing pain in th small of the back and through the hips' A teaspoon ful adayof the Constitution Water will relieve you ike magic. . i. PHYSICIANS Have long since given up the use of buechn, nbebs. and juniper in the treatment of those diseases, ana only use them for want of a better remedy. CONSTITUTION WATER Has proved itself equal to th task that hu devolv ed upon it. . . . . DICItETICS . Irritate and drench the kidneys, and by constant as soon lead to ohronie degeneration and oonfinned disease. We present the Constitution Water to the pnblie with tbe conviction that it has no equal in relioving the class of diseases for which it ha been found so eminently sucoessful for curing; and we trust that we shall be rewarded for our efforts in placing so val uable a remedy in a form to meet th requirement of patient and physican, BEAD I BEAD It BEAJDIII ' . Danvti.lk. Pa.. June S. 1881. Dn. Wir. Tf. OKtaoDtarSin In February, 1881, 1 was afflicted with sugar diabetes, and for five months I passed more than two gallon of water in twenty-four hours. 1 was obliged to get up a often as ten or twelve tims during the night, and in five months I lost fifty r rands in weight. During the month of July, 1881, procured two. bottle of Constitution Water? and in two days after using it 1 experienced relief, and after taking two bottles I was entirelv cured, soon after regaining my usual good health. Yours, truly, 4. . Ii. UiiWlii. RonroH Cornik. N. Y.. Dos. VI. 1881. Ww. TT Uhwjo A Co. GenU: I freely give yon liberty to make nu of the followinff eertificata of tha vain of Constitution Water, which 1 can recommend in the highest manner: My wife was attacked with pain in the shoulders, whole length of th back, and in her limbs, with Palpitation of the Heart and Irrita tion of toe lilaa ler. loaned a pnysioian, wbo attend ed kef about thiee months, when he left her worse than he found her. 1 then employed one of tha best pbysians I ooulj find, who attended ber for about ine months and while she was under his ear ah did not suffer quit as much pain, He finally gave her up, andanid "ber ease was incurable, lor," ina meuioiue kivvii lor uiiv operates against some other of her aflliotions. 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 effect, and she kept on improving rapidly ander it treatment, and now superintends ntiroly ber domestic affairs. She has not taken any of the Constitution Water for about four weeks, and we are happy to say that it hu produced a perm enteure. ; . WM. K. TAN BBNSCTIOTEN. WrrnraBFtKiri. Ctmw.. March , 183. Dr. W. U.(it iD4artHrt Having seen yoar advertise ment ol "Constitution Water," reoommended for In flammation of the Kidneys and Irritation of th Bladder, having suffered for the past three year and triad the skill of a number of nhvaiatana wilh only temporary relief, I wu induced to try your medicine. 1 procured one bottle of your agent at Hartford, Messrs. Le Sisson A Co., and when I had used half of it to my surprise I found a great change in my health. 1 have used two bottles of it, and am where I never expected to be in my life, well, and in good spirits. I cannot express m gratitude for it: I feel that it I all and more than yon recommend it to be. May the blessing of God over attend you in your labors ot lov. lours, truly. . LEONAHI) 8. felQELOW. F0S IAXB BT ALL DROGOD3T8. PRICB $1. trM. 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'.'ii .1 . .. -j : -tA - ; .:.f. .. f Excelsior Envelopes. in . '. Although w do not promise to work a low as som of our neighbors, whs hars sae Prtnunsr HI Siena, wa An rnarantaa hatUf Stock and Wpr than aaa ba found in this eltr. ' ' ;.'! i . BicilAIlB IfETKta. Tub rieculinr tiiint b Infection which we call Bcnorr-t-A lark : ii tho ronstittiliuns o multitude of men. ) cither produces or i pixuliiml ' . l.jr nn cn fcc.ilnl, vililiticl stn r WlpjpW Jil.t ilulsl heroiijcs ir j8 ii izflvi1 v"a' ''on'c'' 1,1 tlicir BiL BJmn "',im' n,H' rarrfic. Ii'iivc tha synti-m to "iriC'.f"H 110 tli'OfliT and ., vXiV- (k'ruy. The si'iufuloiis rontnniination is variously riuWil by nicrcuiinl diicnto, low Ii vinpf, (liTOi'ilcrcd fliRcstinn from unhealthy food, impure air, filth nnd filthy habits, tlio tlcprussiii"; vii-o, nnrl, tihovo all, by the venereal infection. Vliutcvcr bo its origin, it Is liercditary in tlio constitution, (Icsccnilinp "from parents' to chiMion unto tin third and fourth (rmierntiun indeed, it soems to lie tlio ro.l of Him who says, " 1 will visit tho iniqiii ies of tlio fullers upon tlieir rliililren." ''I he diseases whieh it oriiniites tako vnriniM names, tecordliiir to the orpmi : it attacks. In the i utiiy, bi rofuln pioduecs (h'.icitIi's, nnd finally "oiisutnption j in the g!nnrt., swellings wliirn tuppnrato nnil liei-oine ulcerous sores ; in th toinnch nnd bowels, (lcrnntements which pro luco ihiliosilon,' dyspepsia, mid liver com iluints; on tlio skin, eruptive nnd cutaneous flections. Theso nll liavjuj the same origin,' c(iiirii tho. -same: romoily, viz. puntinition nnd ivigorntion of tlit) Idootl. Purify thu blood, mil (lies'! d.uiRCrous distcmiicr leavo yon. A'itli reelito, foul, or eornipted blood, you can iot linvc health tvitli . that ' life of the flc6h " 'Cnltliy, you euntiot have tvrofulous dUcune. ' Ayer's Sarsaparilla i, eomnonmled from thft mo?t elTcrtunl anti. lote t fust medical science tins discovered fm 'tis ntllii'iiu distemper, nnd lor thu euro of Uie iisorders il entails. ., 'i'luit it is far superior to my other remedy yet devised, is known by all vio have Riven it a trial. That it docs com lino virtues truly extraordinary in their effect upon this class of complaints, is indisputably proven by tho trrcnt multitude- of publicly nown nnd remarkable cures it has made of tho following diseases : King's 'Evil Or llandular Swellings, Tumors, Erup doas, Pimple3, Blotches and Sores, Ery .ripelas,' E036 or St. Anthony's Fire, Salt "inettm, Scald Head, Coughs from tu berculous deposits in the lungs, White Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and Syphilitic Infections, Mercurial Diseases, ?emale Weaknesses, and, indeed, iho wlioie orie.1 of complaints that arise from impurity if the blood. Minute reports of individual ac mar li found in Ayer's AmkriCan Almanac, wiudi is furnished to the druRpsts ior protnitoiis distrihution, wherein may lie teamed the ilircetions for its use, nnd some ef ho renitirkiihlo cure whirli it has made when .il other remedies hud failed to afford relief. I'ho-iO ca!s are purposely lukcii from all sec inn. of tho country, in orilcr that every reader nay hnve access to some, ono who can speak to iiini of its benefits from personal experience. Scrofula depresses the vitul energies, nnd thus eaves its victims far more subject to disease mil its final results than are livulihy coiistilu ions, lkuce it tends to shorten, and does rrently shorten, llift average duration of human ifo. The vast iniporunice of thesa consiclcra ions (ids led us to spend years in perfecting a emedy which is adequate to its cure. This rc now oiler to tho public uuikr the name of Vti h's Sarsaparim.a, nlthongli it is com io-ciI of iiiirreilicnls, somo of which exceed the est of Sirs iwrila in alterative power. By isnid you may proteil yonrself from tliofulTor ng ami il anger of thesj disorders. . Purge out ue foul cm millions ihut rot mid fester in the ilooil; purge out tho causes of disease, and igorous health will follow. ; By its pcciiliat irtues this remedy stimulate the vitr.l func ions, nnd thus expels tho distempers which irk within the system "or burst out on any art of it. We know tho public have been deceived by .mnv compounds of Surmiiarillii, that promised nicti and did nothing; but they will ifither Ik leecivcil nor disappointed in this. h. virtue live been proven hy abundant trial, nnd then omnins no ipicstion of its sin parsing exccllcnci r tho etna of the ntlliciing li.cn-es it is in nded to reach, Altho'igli under the same ainc, it is n verv different medicine from any her which has liccn before the people, and is ir moro effe. tual tlinn any other which has ver been avuilublo to tlient AYEK'8 CIIEURY SECTORAL, The World's Groat Eemody for .Coughs, Colds, Incipient Con sumption, and for the relief : ' of Consumptive patients - . in advanced stages '- of tho diseaso. This has been so long ned anil so univer nlly known, that wo need lo no more than -sure the ii'li' that iti tpiulity is kept up to A liet it -ever 1ms In-en. anil.timt.it niay be alied on to do all it h ever dmie. .' .. Prepared by Dr. J C. Avkr & Co., v . Practical und Amilit.cul ihrmistt, ' 1 v. . J Ixiwcll, Maaf. Sold by nil druggists everywhere. Sept. 18. 188J-dfcweowly UEiAtDiacoTKBTiUaeful & Valuable ! ' ' Discovery: : TTTTyPOTrfrH Insoluble Cement t Applicable to th useful art. Is of mora general oractlcalutil itv than anv invention now be fore the public It has been thorouahlv tested during the last two years oy fraotical men, and pronounoed bv all to ba , sroraiioR .to Airv Adhesir Preparation known. Hilton's Insoluble Cement ' aktii thinf. la a new thine, and the result of years of stud; its combination Bi pa.,, ..- . . t ft Combination. Scientific Princlplee, . And nnder no eireumstanoe or Ichang of temperature, will it Ibaeom oorrupt or aaut aojif- lensive smeu. HOOT OIOE : Manufaoturerl. nsini Machine, will And It the best article known for Cementing the Channels, aa it works without delay, it not af fected by any change of temper ature. Soot and She anufttftama. .''.)! i t Jtwalan. v JEWFXOW Will And It sufficiently adhesive for their as, as ha been proved. It la carpeclallr adapt- 1 T . . n.tw iuiueuer.. . :1. 11 nd we claim as an eeawial Famllle.' ment, that it sticks Patches and Lininss to Boots and Bboe sufii- loiently strong without stitohing. IT IS THE ONI,T lexwaub, uia w a sure tiling low Crockery.) 1 I Ml 5' t ;'''' (3 fa"s . ,., : 1 MTory, And article of household us. ' niiniStinEn . Bmmhr. lulton'i. Insoluble Cement Il in a liquid form and a aasUy appueu as puis, , Hilton's Insoluble Cement Is Insoluble in waUr or oil. t Hilton' Insoluble Cement - Adhere to oily substances. , Finis. , Rnnnlted In Family or Manufac turers' package from 1 ounces to luu pounds. - ., rrnprletors, 1 J , PBOVIDENtE, R. I. EDWARD SO AN LAN 4c CO., , 1 ,' 1: ' " ,', Sol Agent for itinetanatl. 'tird A Smith. Wholes! Druggists'. S3 Lak Ike street, ol aaenU for Chicago, Illinois, to whom al era art raaj a aamas j un iv, uw-di 'OR. 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