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C 1X01X X All- WE t KLY: E X QL I R E R .
The PuMihr of the CINCINNATI
WK1-KLY ENC1U1RRK re fpclfully in-
vjiejour aitentiin to its tujerior meiits
.Popular Eusincss, lYts
and Frmilj Journal. ;
-
!' Thfl WitYfo Ennvirer will contain oil
the new of the day foreign, domestic, and.
sitr. It will speeiany aim Rivr iuii
reliable inlelligence Of all military opeia-
tioiis. end of Tl events tending to a solu
r. ion rf the present crisis. The market re
' viorrtiwil be full awl reliable, einbrac
rintf the currency end pother financial
niatlera of intere.1, and whatever in val
uable Of the wholesale aud retail prices
- of produce. It will give useful inform
ation up'n esrictiltiire, crops, commerce,
end rueful disenterles and invention. U
will al?o coiuHiii .reraiy, scieutuM.-, nu rr
linirus departments, and also iniereMipj
Holies. A corner will also be alU tied to
the prevailing fa-hions, for the benefit .of
ton 1a,lt MBrlffl
' The Political department will be. in the
future aa in th pest, lis tone ami it
...V.:... ,. ill Ko I lorn, w Tulip, hut all si !es
i o.i.iiiii3 win ........
will be given, so ihal full information may
. Ik obtained of all leading political move
' n.ents of the times.
The Ekqvuek does not l .ok to con-
tinuance of the war, or its prosecution in
any manner, as a source from which a re
stored Union is to spring, but. on the con-
' trary, belirvcs with the lamented Douglas
that "war is nin' icion.no w and forever,"
and Ihal ii will destroj all Constitutional
liberty.
The Ehqbirer is for peace and compro
mi adiiislnient ol our difficulties. Under
no ciruumstances will it sustain the pres
ident's uncoiisiituiioiial Emancipation
Proclamation.
The EmjciBKR is opposed to H Execu
tive usurpation", to all violations of the
Constitution, and adopts os its cardinal
doctrine, the great Jetl'ersoutan principle
. or Stale Rights, the baa is both of civil lib
erty and the Union. 1
Nrw Tftins of the Weekly
Enquirer:
Single copy, one year t2 50
Five to ten conies, one year, 2.25
Twenty copies', one car. d oO
With au additional copy to the getter up
of each club.
All subscriptions for less ihan one year
at the rate ol t3. No subscription mil oe
received for less than 6 months.
Correspondents are particularly request
ed to give the full address post office.
' county, and State for each subscriber they
. send us.
Money may be sent at our risk by ex
press, prepaid, or in reioetered letters by
mail; otherwise we wi'l not bo responsible
for any losses that may occur.
Specimen Cut-ies sent on application.
FARAN &. McLEAN.
Feb. 23 6w. Cincinnati, 0
PILES.
A SURE CURE.
17 VERY BODY IS BEING CURED OB
J.J this distressing disease by the use of
D. Strickland' Pile Remedy
Read, wl.at sufferer save:
Mr. J. P. Hazarde, 164 Second street,
Cincinnati. 0.. sas he has been a dreadlul
sufforer with Files for a long time, ana has
tried nearly everything, and could obtain no
elief. He used about one fourth of a pot
of Dr. Strickland's Pile Ointment, and it
made a complete cure. He advises every
one who ia suffering to try it.
Sold by ill DrnggisU, 50 cents per pol
Manufactured at No 6 East Fourth street.
Cincinnati. 0. Ask for
STRI CKLAND'S PILE REilED
Mj2J'64 I y.
k C.lui IJini Gmlu
T kiter mm for two WJ
BW S tent itamp.
DPS. JACKSON, DHRBEBT Co;,Pr..rrie
tor of the National Dispensary, establihhed
Cincinnati, 0. Jan. 1, 1860, mre all private de
mosci with nnexampUd rapidity. Weguarav
ten to cure Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilid, Im
potency, Nocturtal Emissions, or Female Com
pliDt, in abort evrry poxsible fortrt and var
iuty ofSexalirl)iaeaw. Cures rapid, thorough
and permanent, and fee moderate Send for
a circular rlftaca largeSin. by H in. letter
pages, of varied, valuable and intoroatiiig mat
ter. Also, acircular intended for Ladies oo y.
Many of our puienta isert, tbey have son:
mnny to Doctors io Eastern cuius and roe eiv--oJ
no return. - -
Tben why rot patronis home talent men
-who know the Western climate and enct
speedy cures.
Dr. J okaou'a reraale Pilla II por box -send
for Circular. Special written Replioa, will -eul-ed,sent
with the Circular, wnhout chiirge.
Oneof the cheapest, meat intrerstius: and im
portant books published. 800 pagoa, 100 enjrrav
inga"The Mountrio of Light, or Medical Pro
tector and MarriatraGulduid an Explicit Key to
Love and Beauty It 8AT18FAOTOL1LY
reveals various subjects never before fulliex
ylained in any popular work in ahe English
language. Price 5o cents and one 3centsumn,
or tbree for 1 and three 3 otnt stamps. Fully
described In Circular, which every young man
abould bave. whether eick or well.
Medicine aad inatrucliona sent promptly to any
part of me;conntry. tonfultnig ko nn
Deapenxary. Ko 167 Sycamore street. P. 0.
Box, Ko 436.
IK. JACKSON'. ORIENTAL LINIMEAT
Removnaall coldness, aud reiavinates organs
which have lain dormer for many year. It
will enre any cae of ini potency, crt ate ard in
create the passions for ny reasonable time.
Can b mailed with perfect safety. Ptie2pr
hotUe.
PK.JACKSON'8 7RENCH PATENT MALI
SAFE.
It ia perfectly safe and uaver fails to give satlr
farfinr. It is tie only sure and aafe prevanta
tiv against contracting disense ever invented.
Price 1 each, 4 per kalf doten, and 7 pal
tiAen.aent h mall. .
NOTICE.
Seth Tlif tnas Weed (iurrdian ofKI .ita V.
l.ill!l-ri.'ga. tua ltd l.U atMnnte at.d vouilera
th m t ili i9M herii g tu ihe i'5.h dy !
Ol r'cbjnarv lrvi. . I
i;:(L'Ai:iHi:,M';.
v. 1 PlCl-af 'lld-!. I
BY THIS SIGN WE CONUQER
"Whenever the way teems lon
Or the heart begins to rail, )
We sina more wonderful song. "
And tell a more meifelous tale."
January, 1st 1865.
TWENTY-SEVENTY ANNIVERSARY
OF THE
NEW YORK MERCURY.
NEW YORK MERCURY. Pride of the Fireside.
In the prim of a vigorous intellf ctnal
manhood, the Pbenix of the weeklies beRins
its flinhi fir the now jear, over the wrecks
of its flagging and lifeless con temporaries,
with iu ee fixed upon the sun, beneath
whii h it owns no rivalry.
The war, which hue topaied down what
ever is shallow and baslees. has written no
wrinkle on the bright ruis of our fuccess.
Our feutuies for ihe itsue of 18C5 shuke the
lilluf of hatever Wis heretofore been deem
ed imperial in serin! literature. Bxih side?
of the Atlantic render us tribute. e shall
continue the thrilling romances of Miss 31.
E. Brai)'n, necromancer ol liu? strnug
diirk passion!', to whom we pi.v more numry
annually than thecntiie capital of imita
tors, and noil to our American stall tne t ikiiii
pion jester of the cap and bells, Josh Bill
iinrs. who will coinnienee with 'he first of
JanuaA a series of his well-known iuiinitii-
ble comic paers. written express' lor ns,
inhis irrcsist ibiv convulsive vein. Har-
diet E. PbfscoT, the most polished imagi
native fketcn-wriier living ; P. T. Eak
ni m, the world fnmetl vhoinuii and aulubi
(grapher j Miss M. A. E.iRLE, Fairfax Bal
four, Dr. J,H. Robinson, and ' Ned Hun
tline," renowned nnd versatile novelette
writers, will eko out the sparkling contri
butions of inch fauilepoels, fuillctoiusts, hu
morists, critics, travelers, piiraeraphiiits, etc..
as George Arnold, V. 0. Ea'.oii, Millie W.
p t T 1 F..l!
Carpenter, ueorge Aiirru lunnerim, jtuia
S. Ineraham, Edward Willett, George Mar
tial. JoseDh Barber, J A. reitcn, end oth
ers, numerous enough and clever enough to
run all the newspapers on tne Lontuieiit.
The vivid pencils of Parley, M. Letm, and
White, the first druuglitf.nen of the nge.
will make the new volume pictorial, and
whatever of fusiti ve or meteoric note may
appear during '.he year, will at once be en
hgeu ami raaue avanauie.
In addition to its crisp and telling edito
rials : its delectable Gossipers' Club, in which
the aptest and wittiest poems, caricatures,
and burlesques of the time first appear ; and
its coquettish Ladies' Promenade, the land
subsciibe their experiences, The New York
Mercury will coi.tiuue tne latthlul and co
gent
PHOT. GRAmS OF POFLLAB PEOPLE,
highly illustrative of the oldest, ablest, and
artftilest folk of the em ; the Great Fash
ion Article, by Jennie Jnne, whose spright
ly note upon the latest and most perfect
New York modes are suggestive to leaders of
society everywhere, and universally consul
ted both in the metropolis and thrunghout
the country ; and commence a series of il
lustrated Sketches of Grotesque adventure
in foreign climes during the War, by Al
fred Trample ; as well as flints Upon Cook
ery, by Ilenry Gosling, the metripolitun
cuUiuier.
The fiast of the year will inaugurate the
thrilling original novelette by Doctor J. U
Rubinson, entitled:
ALETIIE;
OR,
THE CHILD OFTHE CORD
which will be followed by a new story by
Miss M. E. Braddon, written expressly for
the New York Mercury.
f
Notwithstanding th upward march o
every article of luxury and consumption, and
our enormously increase outlay for the year
1861, the Star Paper of the Republic, wit,
its forty columns of sterling original matter
will continue to be issued at six cents a conv
and sold by all newsmen and periodical
dealers in America. Its long and honorable
history insures its subscriber against to
csualties and fatalities which have swet
so many mushroom Journals off the board,
aud left their patrons disconsolate at the
loss of their money.
lo mail subscribers our terms are .
Cash inadvrncet Single copies, S3. 50 a
year . three copies, (7 ; six copies, 813;
nine copies. $20. The party who sends us
$20 for a club of nine copies will receive an
0iditional copy free. Six months' subscrip-
n received.
Subscribers should be careful to write
plainly the name of their postofllce, county
and Suite. Specimen copies sent free to all
applicants.
CMULDWELL& WHITNEY,
Proprietors of The New York Mercnr :
Nos,4tJAnn street and 113 Fulton strei
New YorkGity, '
Dec. 2 2d 61. 5 w.
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
fN ari'l after Monday. Dnlnhorll UAi .r,i
) untill further notice1 trains will'run ai fol
lows:
MAIL G01NQ EAST,
Leaves Cincinnati at 7:40 A. M.: Leaves Love-
nd, at 8:68 A, M.; arrives at Cbillicotbe at
13:29 l'.M.; Leaves Cbillicotha at 12:50 P. M.i
leaves nuinaen juncuon;at 2:1 " r. 11.; leaves
aicArinur. ai x-m r. ai.; leaves Zaleski.at 3:01
P. M., leaves Athens at 4:13 P.M. Arrives
st Marietta at :55P. M.; arrives at Parkers
burg at 7:00 P.M.
MAILjGOINO WEST.
Leaves Parkerabnrg, at 7:40 A. M.: loaves Mar-
iUt7:4 A.M.; la,vaa Athana L 10:31 A.
M.; leaves Zaloski, 11:45 A.M.: leaves Me A r-
itiur, 13:13 r. a.; ldamdon Junction at 12:82
A.M. Arrives at Ohillieothe at 1:5a P.M.;
Leaves Cbillioothe at 2:18 P.M.; leaves Love
land at 6:56 P. M.: arrives at Cincinn&ttl at
700 P.M.
Zaleskl Freight, earylng pasteaMrs. pawea
MArthor irolnir East at :50 A.M.; going
West a', 2:84 P. M. ' 8
The Aocomraodatlon Train Leaves Cbillioothe
it 5:20 A. M.; arrives at CincinnatU at 10:25 A.
Jl . ; leave- Ooncinr.Mi -at P. M. ; arrives at
C'l iUitoil.e t ;:.')0 P. M.
('tin eti(i!:i sro made at Lavelun l with
Tilnu-i to and frrm Columbus; and at Ilaindaa
Junctlou with train to iiinl from Purtsmonth
JoJLN Lt'P.AKD, Snp't.
Calls Obio'.'Hawcr
ufb okde a d tat
, , Don't Uo Iliiek to the War.
Slauji have died from Diarrhoea and Dys
entery inir Kjt'meiit; now take wern-
ing and do not return without supplying)
your kpMsaek8 wltn a boitre ol ur. oirim
land's Anti-Cholera Mixtnre remember
hoiv many were saved last year- by taking
it after being discharged aud sent from the
hospitals as incurable. One dose will im
mediately relieve the most severe rase of
Dtarrhocea or Dysentery. It is acknowl
edged to cure Chronic Diarrhaa and Dys
entery. Now don t neglect it, for on your
return n change ol met ana waie:, etc.
will most certainly bring on Diarrhoea, an.
a bO cent bottle of Dr. Strickland 8 Auli-
Cholera Mixture will cure you and several
oilierc. It will keep good in any climate.
Do not fail to tell your comrades to put a
battle of it in their knapsacks.
Sold by Druggists s mrprepa red only by
Dr. A. Strickland, 6 hast Fourth street,
Cincinnati, O.
March 24, '64. I -v.
Soldiers we ihink Dr. Strickland h
quite nj;ht advising you in nis auvemse
nenl in our columns oi io-uay puprr
take a buttle of his highly recommended An
i.rlioleia Mixti're In vout knapsacks, it
may save the lives of many of our best sol
diers. Mothers, see that your sons do not
neglrbt it. You cun get it at the Drug stores
at 60 cenis pet boule. h is the best leine1
ly fur Dianlnfj ninl Ujsvntery.
Mar 3 1 ti4 1 y.
Da. Stbiokland's Remedies for
eale 'iy
Dr. A.('ondee McArtlinr.
Win. Durtenehaw, IlamJon. ,
NOTICE is hereby given that Mary Mur
doch executrix of the Estate of Pat
rick Murdock late of Vinton county, Ohio,
deceased, who icov Executor of the estate of
James McConnell deceased, has filed herac
counts and vouchers, of the estate of Jame
McComiell deceased, fur inspection aud fin
al settlement; mi J that the same will be
for heating on the 30th day of December
1864. RICHARD CRAIG,
Dec. 8th 1834 3w Probate Judge
THE GREAT
WMl MEDICINE
COMPODKDUN FROM
CO
o
o
cc
CHEROKEE CUKE!
u unfa'ling cure for Sormatorrhea Seminal
Weuknosf . Nocturnal Emixsions, and all disea
ea cauaed by self-pollution ; suchw, Lose ot
Moinory, Cuivera.il Laacltnde, Paina In the
Back, Uimneex of Viaion, Prematura Old Age.
Weak Nerveg, Dillicn.ty of Breatbinir, Trimb
livff, Wakefnlnces, Eruptions on the Faco, Pale
Countenance, Insanity, Conanmntion, and all
tlio Direful complaints Caused by departing
from the path ot nature.
This mediuina ia a simple vegetable extract,
and one on wnicn all can rely, as it has beer,
nved in our practice for mauj years, and with
thousands treated, it baa not failed ir. a single
instance. Its curative powers bave been snlti
cient to gain victory over the most stubborn
caxe.
Totbose who have trilled with their consti
tution, until they hlnk themselves beyond the
reach of medical aid, we would say, Despair
not I tho Cherokke Ccbi will restore yon to
health and vigor, and after all qcack doctor
have failed I
For fnll particulars, got a Circular from any
Drug Store in the country, or write the Pro
prietor, who will mail free to any one desir
ing the same, a fnll treatise In pamphlet form.
Price 1 per bottle, or three bottles for 5,
tnd forwarded by Express to all parts ot the
world.
Sold by all respectable drugglnts everywhere
Db. W.R. MEKWIN &CO.
Soli Pbopbiitors.
No 59 Liberty Street, New York
Fob. 4 1864, altw-lyr.
EKoUtlGE HOME WORgs
ffiiTi
in"!
nun
mil Ulll
liilili
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HAllDtM lUlMJKV
AMIN DILL PROPRIETOR
UAMDLN, OHIO.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON H ND
AMD MAKES TO ORDER.
SIotcs, Plows, liollotv ware
AND
ALL OTHER KJND OF CASTINGS
1M1E undersigned ia new prepared to execute
. promptly all work ordered iu his line of
buHinesa. All kinds of Castings usually made
at Foundries, will be kept on hand and for aalo
at the most reasonable rates.
Tho facilities of the Foundry eituated, as it
Is, in the midst of Furnaces where the raw
metal is always to be bad at a saving expenee,
must be evident to all ; and the subscriber be
ing determined not to be outdone either in the
quality or cheapness, of his mbnufactures.
asks for aud hopes to receive the patronage-ol
the community.
XaNE HILL
We are manfactoring the best andlaUst im
poved Caxc Mills. Those wishing wiJ
well to hand in their order in time.
' BENJAMIN DILL,
nary 12th 1868.tfa
' A SUPERIOB EEMEDT. Weean eonsden
tiously recommeod to those suffering from a
distressing caugb,, Dr. Strickland's Mellifluona
Cough Balsam. It gives relleialmost instant
aneous, nudlswilbal not disagrctable to tfca
taste.- Tliereisno doubt but yho Molliflaous
BnJsam is one of the best preparations In vn
and ia ail thafita proprietor alaimslor it. We
hiretried it, daring the jt .week, and found
relief from a most distreesiD congb,, It is pra
paredly lr. Striokland, No. tui Fourth
gtreflt, CincinnatU, O. , aad for U by Dri.
St lu tests rr botiit.
,ltaMMr& sF
mmEfmi
uijwheclcr; A - Wilson's
SEWING MICHINES-
F MM ,
T II E, B K ST I IV CS B,
rjiiNcii'Aii
OFFICE?
NO.
11 WEST FOirilTII STItEET
' HKE'fl' OPERA ', nOUK,1 '-' ' A
'. ii. ,
Cincinnati,
Ohio.
A vrardgd
the " " First
rrt'intum
' AT THE
WORLD'S TAIll!
,. ,.' JUST II ELD At LONDON, "
Over, the Coitiuiued Criuipciiiioii of Eu
ro .e hi.u Ainoricii,'
at in UNITED; STATES FAIRS
And the Cincinnati illechnnles Instiliitc,
FOR FOUR SUCCESSIVE YEARS,
we have taken tho First Tiikhiuv, over all
- oouipctitlors,s the
Family sowing Ma-
Uesi
v'luno:
HAVING MADE, for over aoven years, the
must popular Family Sewing Machinos in
thecotiutry, and now empaling 11,000,000 in
their buninosa, and making 100 Mnoiiinos ror
day, they are prepared, with snoh extraordina
ry laoilities and i-xperience, to guarantee to tne
purohascr enlir wttUfaction. All our, Mac
hines aro made equally well, and are
WARRENTED THREE YEARS,
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS
As all bartins manufacturing Sewing Ma
chines are oiiligod to pay Air. Howe a IV e for
each Sewing Machines soldi and are also com
pelled to mako quarterly returns to lum, stut
ln (j, under oath, the number sold,' his booki
give a correct statement of the aotual nnnibci
of Mitcbioea sold by the different manfacturcrs
r rom this rcliuhlesoureo we have obtained tin
following rollable nlatistics, sliini'mu the num
ber of Sewing Mac hines disposed of during ti e
I..-. TL. -. ....! !. .....!
iiiDVjrcnr icpuriuu. 1 no 'rilll'ip I com Jiniljii
making - them are-Wbeeltx Wilson, I, M.
SlnpcT Co., and : Grover llakor. Of tin
iluolilnoa so.d there woro sold
By WflKELER A WILSON....... 21,305
By l.M. Singer fc Co., '. 10,1158
By Grover & Baker, 10,280
Sbow'.ng the sales of Wheeler Wilson to be
double if any othor company. N. Y. Observer.
we have personally examined tho variuiu
Machines before the public, with no anxious
dosire to place before our readout reliable Infor
mation. As the result or such examinntton'f
unhesitatingly recomtnond Wheeler Wilfon'
Sewing Machines as the Machine fur family use
TIT ...... ... 'L.;.,. A, I. .
My little darghior. ' of nine years takes on
Maculnue Whoalor a Wilson's-apart, oil
it, and pots It In place easily and roadly njusts
its parts, and porforms with it all ordinar)
work. She can make herown dreads, iuclu'l-
mg hemming, gathering and setting In the
sleeves. Four 1.1011th.' use in n,y family, haf
made It a necessity and a luxury.
K0V,U. 11. KOTNTOH.
We use the Wheeler Wilson Sowing Ma
chine, and can say in regard to it that It ia with
out a rival. No other Much ne exceeds it in its
adaptation to all purposes of domestic uso.
Sciouliflo American.
t3f Send for a circular oontatning specimens
of sewing, testimonials, price, etc.
WILLIAM SUMNER Co.
June 30, 1 64- 1 77 west Fourth si. Cincinnati
DB. STUICKLAIVD S .. ,
MEL LI FLU 0 U S ;
C O I) G i l BALSA
CURES Coughs, Colds, Sore Throet
Asthma, and Consumption. It is only
necessary for any oue troubled with these
complaints to try one bottle of
Strickland's Mellifluous Cough BaNnm
to convince them that U is the best preparer
tion ever used. It no! only cures the abov
affections of the Throat and Lungs, but it
cures Night Sweats and Spitting of Blood,
and is an excell-nt gargle for any kind el
Sort Tbroat. It is pleasant to take, aud
safe medicine for infants. Price 50 cent
per bottle. For sals by Druegiets geueral
ly. ...
Marefc 14, M lv.
A LECTURE
TO YOUNG MEN.
Jest PcMniDiv a Skalid Exvilopi.
PbIC lt ClNTS.
A Lecture on lite Nature, Treatment and
Radical Cure of Spermatorrhoea or Semi
nal Weakness, IrivoliTntary Emissions, Sex
ual Debility, and and Impediments to Mar
riage generally. Nervousness, Consump
tion Epilepsy, and Fits; Mental and Ph y
ical Incapacity, resulting from Self-Abuse
&c. B) ROB'T J. CULVERWELL, M.D.
Author of tbe "Green Book," j.
The world renowned author, in this ad
mirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own
experience that the awful consequences of
Self-Abuse may be effectually removed
without medicine, .and without dangeroee
su-giral operations, bougies, insruraent,
ring, or cordials, pointing out a cure at once
certain and effectual, by which every lufftr
er, no matter what his condition: may be,
may cure himsalf cheaply, privatley, and rail
cally. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE A
BUILN LO TUUL'aAaiJS AXD THOUS
ANDS. -;' ; 1
Sunt under seal., to any ailJtese, in 1
plain, sealed envelope, on the receipt, of siz
cents, or two posts get tamps, by addf ting,
CHAS J.C. KLLNB'&CoJi; t
Bowery, JU7 New YorkP. O. Bo 450
ill
I
Irmmi
GOOD HEWS AT LAST!
TU amr-auilaf SB. BAPHAXIi h tU hat Bs
1 woa au ouura un BiiM.
ALL WHO ABU IN TBOUBLfl,
All wbo kT bva anlbrtonaU, tt wkoaa kat kopl
haia bMQ 4iMf cruakd, u4 hlutxt, aU wba
ban bara wduocd tr sum foulM Ibl dwdt, all wfea
hirt batD deoWtd (ad UiB4 with, all to kin fee
tirta ami lo ft scb (action.
11a makai xuor niUfurtoaaa nat awir. aiakai faa
lander aud tniy of your aaenilaa Ikll kaMlaaa, aod ba
naUlu jour character and raapacUbllltr la aplta af aril
M porta anil rnioora. All nho ara la SsoM of tha afho.
tlon, oT tbota thay lof a ooaault him to nlkira and aattafj
ikotr mdnit, and to Olid ost If Uwtr btJcbt aad vara
: bopet will ba raallxad.
IN LOTS ATT AIRS 811 NBTSZt
' TAILS. :
; Ha hM v mrI of wIbdId lb aflaetkaa al tk
appuaiw ax. Ho guldaa tba alnla lo waaJtoj aad
kapp7 marrlaita, and makaa tha Biarrlad baipj. 111
aid and ailfiua hat haan aullcitfd la tuauaMi abla la.
taaoea, and tba raaull baa alwaji baaa
A SPEEDY & IIAFPT MARRLAOB.
To mak, talnga mora lara, ba will show yoa tba Uk.
TOUR FUTURE HUSBAND OB WITB
D will tall yon thalr clrrnmilanoai and tbalr futm
Broapactai aud what al batur than all, ba am tell Jtit.
tlitlr thought! and what thalr "real" latantloM ara.
What la boiler ttlll, La uo tall 70c If thay will awka 70a
kappr.
l)r. Ranhaal la, IharrTora, a tnre dVpanoaaoi
Toall in biMlnma bin adrlce la loTaliuLla. Da can for
tall, with Iba a-rHttwt ctirtalnty, Ilia reailt of all oam.
marcial aud InuliicH Inmwrtloul ami fpaculatlona. Dr.
Biil'lncl luterprala dieanu fur lettarj auaibon with a-
iaiilDg accural 7.
Lt TTERT NUIYIBEB3
jlraa wltkoal aaj eitra charga.
MORS GOOD NEWS Ml
Dr. RAPHAEL will caat your flornacopa or writ
Cour natlrltjr. Evrjr man, :?oui;b tba length aud
raadth of tha land, who haa bad luck, and who caa
aot gat oa in lha world, tbould ba ia waaaaaloii of klo
Buroacotia, aud get Dr. Aujibai;!'
Writtea Opinion of hi" Future Pro"
poets ia Lifo.
It will guide hint to wealth, enilneaea, and honor.
Thoiuwoda of good men. wbo woro unfhrtooate and an
inceeeaful in lliflr bnalutaa nirn who worked bud, and
wbo uuM!td aainat advenltf ar4 nlafortuno th
?reater ;xi "f a,r Urea, aud wDo ftvial Iba awor they
rlod to get forward 10 tha world tha mat tnlnp went
agalnat them: Thra men got Dr. HaohoaTa wrlttoa
opiDion upon their future pruapecti In lift. AU thoa
who wlMljr foUowed Dr. Hupbaul't ailvlra ara wow
RICH, IIAFPT, AND SUCCESSFUL
la all their nndertaklnge ; while thoea who war blinded
by prejudice and Ignorance, neglected hit advice ara ttiU
atwriug againat aJtenlly and poverly.
Ba aaeuivd
WEALTH, EMINENCE, AND GOOD
LUCK
art wltbm the reach or all. If Jfoa wUb to b rich aa4
kappr 70a will ooniult bim alio.
GOOD NEWS for tbe AFFLICTED.
He kaa th gift, and can ttll I he afflicted Ihe cant oi
Mr dltt-KM and utfering. Ue ran alto tell whether
they ran b cored or not, I but MTlug tbe arolclad both
trouble and expenee.
Coniultatlont dully, Sundajt oxctpted. OS hours
from 10 A. M. to t. P. M.
All intnlwt an atrlctly prlrate and canfldantlat,
thanfor w aty, go on I ga all I aud coot oil
SR. RAFUAE7-,
fbe Astrologer of tbe 19th Century,
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
Between Sycamore Street and Drnodway,
CINCINNATI.
T" PRICES REDUCKD TO SUIT TnE TIMES.
r Tormt for Vlaltort. tad!a flfly cautt i OontlenieS
en dollar, fur each contnltatlun. V htn 70a call,
ASS TOR THE DOCTOR,
It wlU prertnt mUUkf.
"Pereont al a illnlanee m7 coniniunlc.t roMIt
BmTliLLt b7 letter, If H107 inclcrt ONI I'OLLAB, for
Confutation Tee, In each letter. All lettr, oummu.
Dlcntlont, and lutertlewt, art atrletly priyato and Out.
ftdenllal. No antwer will be g Iran to letter aulctt out
teller it iucloaed at a Conciliation Fee.
a.idreaa aU lettert u follow! t
DR. RAPHAEL,
BOX Ne. 2463, POST OrFICE,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Let it b deafly on.
'rttood that tba prlc named u a rotitultatloD fee pte
tor a eouiiilutlou only. It doe not pay for Ihe Doctor't
Vrltlen opinion of our fiiliir proipoct in life. It doe
Sot py "r winning tbe affectlona of the oppotlt nx,
nr for the cuiiiitnituation of a lniIP7 marriage, nor far
Suing any other niKlneaa named In the above advertlt.
moot. Tha Doctor hat a (lied price for dolug each tepa.
rate buaineea. In your coutultatlon with tbe Doctor, yon
oarn fcojr yon can realize tbe fend boiie tiearert 70UJ
wart yin ve told how you can get all you want, and
ow your bntinett onlit to be done to that It caa nol
.ll. He will foretell what i your DESTH'Y. Ill abort,
b will toll what it before you, etc.
Caution to the Public
Br. W. Uanhael, th A.trokyer, ha no eoanectloa
with PROFESSOR or Dr. VV. M. Raphael, or with any
Other gentleman of the eaiu uaiu.
r Cut thit adTertlnemeut ont. When yoa coma,
brlug It with yon and abow It to the girl wbo epeni lb
door. To prerent mlataki t, aak to
SEB THE DOCTOR HimSELF.
LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
And learn that a perffct end-radical euro it warrantee
aad giiarantead to all wbo ara afflicted with weakneai,
debility, nerrout compluinta, Dielanrholy thonglitt, (If
preulon of tpiritt, dlatrvtt and angnitb of mfnd, leas
it tleep, loee of memory, loot of tueriry and uuacnlat
'lower, pnny growth, waiting away, and a wnut of con
Idenc in themaelTe. fainting flu, ciOTUUtr tram,
bilniri, Impotence and dlvKmt oflire.
HEAR WHAT THE UEDICAI, PRESS SATS.
Bom phyalelana mini re to be told the nature of your
dltcaaetbe EMOLIHIt BOTANIC PUTSIOIAM doea
not. Hit perfect knowledge of tbe human tyitem anables
hiu to deecrib tba dianate without any Information
from th patient, to explain Itt original cauae, and to
guarantee itt cur. And, what I mora valuable ttlll, kt)
wlU honeatlf and fiankly tell wbetktr you can b cored
or not. All bit communication! and Intertlewi are
Strictly print and oonfldentlal. Jfediool JournaL
The Botanto Bemedie of Dr. Raphael, th Engltih
Botanio Phyilcian, narer failed yet to make a perfect,
radical, and permanent cur of ALL PRIVATE, SE
CRET, AND VENEREAL DISEASES, without tbe dm
of Mercury, without hlndennc from butineet, and
without fear of dltcotery or expoture. No deadly pol
ton, inch at artenlc, nux romlco, opium, or any other
rollout. No mercury nor any deadly mineral nothing
lit purely Vegetable Botanical Remedial are need bj
tela wonderful Botanio Pbyaician. ilia Botanio Rem,
die nerer yet failed to cur tbe molt obatinato and that
Bioat dangeroui cue, and to remore aU mercury and
other Impurltie from Ihe tyitem wbtn all other Berne
die had failed. UMical Journal
GOOD NEWS FOR SINGLE MEN CONTEMPLAT.
INO MABIUAGK. Hear what th Balllmor corn,
pondent of tho Oddfellow. Boonaburo, Mary land, laid
OB Thunday, th 81tt of Ha) , lo0.
" Nnmerout core of dltratjt canted by early Indlsrr.
Hon baTlng been performed by tL English Botanic Phy.
alclan, I feel It my dnty, baling a knowledge of them,
10 tttu tk fact, belieTlng that in doing eo I may do a
errlo to tha tuffericg. One eat In particular thai
ot a young men in thli city ii worth of not. Ue had
become tba Tletlm of a habit, tho mere allueioo I which
1 a ahudder, and tnr year or mnertng and doctor
lag gara up all hope of recovery. H wiihed to marry,
and wa dearlr belored br at iwert a girl a erer liipad
word of aftecuoa, hut haw a fearwd, nerrout, and pro
orated. Ht dared aot wed on aoaaunt of th battered
ttota of blftiA-u. HetonghtrtUefatthehaadiorth
BoUnio Ph,Vku, aad, aaionlibuTf a it may teem, all
th bloom ui tc of youth haa returned, and hi II
now tho biw v r of a pair of bright bore."
Any Vv aA kajeraig, no vatttr what tbalr com
tlalai, eat call oa tha Botanic rtyiidan osaadenthUly.
They may rely npoa raiiet . BJa offloa I a4 No. 09
.. aaer IiriU Bel BycamorBa.aiM croaoway, vm.
Width J -14 ooL
NOTICE TO BRIDGE
BUILDERS
The Commissioner of Viuton . county
will meet near the dwelling of Heart
Iloffiaes ia' Clinton TWuehip on Saturda
: February the 2&th 1865,
at one o'clock. P. M. for the purpose of
letting to the lowest reapenwole bidder tbe
building of A trestle Uridfrp at tne-croeiinf;
ot me creex on tne roaa leaaing; irora mc
Anbur aod intersecting tbe road leadin,
from Hamdeii to Allensville. near laid Hoi
finea dwelling. .-u-
' -Br order of County Commisiioueri.
,
' ' ' V 7 'A. N. COZAD,
,
Fob 9th. I9G5 4w Auditor V.Co.O. '
if
NOTICE h herebjr giventhat th (tobscribef
has been duly appointed Adminirfrator of
. I 1 a.a . Th Ii. lii. . S XT I a.'
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CLUSIVELY FOR COUN
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rrodtire and Giber ..
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FJixlr.
ATEA TA XI NO THE
Elixir.
11 r. Wit I C.M VS
REJUVENATING- ELIXIR!
OB 1C8SEJJCB OF LIFE.
PjlKrARED FHOll PsB VsOETABL ExTBASTS
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The Rajuvenatinir Elixir ia the remit of mnJ.
em discoveries in tne vegatsbl kingdom; be
ing an entirely nw and abstraot method of
ouro, irrespertive of all the olJ and -wornoat
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Tuiat mrxlicine has brin tcated bj the meat
eminen medical men of the itj, and bytham
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ne Dome will cures general Debility.
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, A few doses roatorea th aptite.
Three bottles core tbe worst case of Iuit-
A few doses co r th low spirited.
. ' One bottle restores tatDtal power.
A few doaea bring the rosea th heek
Tbi medicine restore to manly tig
robust health the poordtbilitateJ, wore dowa '
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