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. I. TUTTLE,
Gtfc on AViA J?wc.t S. a the residence
of Jh Of time
ttJThijis to certify tlml from our ac
quaintanW yith Dr. Tuttle, we cordially
extend to biin the privilege of refrrriug to
a M to hia competsncy as operative Dentist.
Prof. P. II. Urume, M. D., R Wallace
M. D., V. 8. Gons, M. D., end W. Lindsay
t 8TBAUB, Proprietor.
tor ocas or pair
IB THE STOMACH, BACK, AflD BOMaS.
BraLee, Cute and Rwelllnat, CoHo,
Diarrhea ana II henmnrtKm, Headache,
Toothache, Earnrhe, lrpepsla, Weak
"itw unipimni, l.cnerai VCm
fellltr, Fever and Aim, Canker or
I Sore llouta, Putrid Sore Throat)
Weak j: e, hplne nod Kid.
ey Diarnae , Old Korea,
Conalu ami Cole.
Mtsaas. A. L. S?oviu. A Co.,
Gcnlt. t Ymr ft tor of
the 1st lyitt, mnkin g inqui
ries in, regard to dales of
P. 'Bakf.r's Pa:k Panama,
Had satisfaction i. nB9 given
purenascrs, is received,
would nay iu roirnrd to
sides, that we h.-.ve received
from you sitco 1867,4804
Dozens of tr.o Panacea,
W Wr, know of no
MEDICINE that ia atinli.
iri&mW wM to so MANY DIS-
0 E N E B A 1 SATISFAC
HON AS THIS, and SUS
TAINED SO HIGH A ItEPttlATION.
We have sold it, subject to the warranteo,
nd parties who havo usl it, will have it,
and will not be without it in their families.
BOLWS, SMITH A CO.,
JTo. Ml Lake St, Chicago, III., Oct. 8, 1858.
IT GIVES IMMEDIATE RELIEF IN
Tamtico, DaVe Co., 0., Nov. IS, 1817.
MUSBS. A. I. Cotill it Co.,
Gmti. : I 'm induced by a senso of justice
e state to y m that I had a caso in my family
ef extreme ickness. My wife was severely at
tacked witt Bilious Com'o. Wo hnd the ottoui
aneeofa good physician, but could act no relief.
We administered Dr. Bakkr's TAIN PANA
CEA, and it produced the desired effect. Since
that we have had occasion to use it for Pain
(n the JrnMf.and for Fever and Ague, and it
tlwauM cured. I consider it one of the best
medlclaot. WILLIAM WILMS.
DIAEEHEA AND PAW IN THE
Carthaor, Hamilton Co., 0., Nov. J5, 1853.
Da. 0. B. Baker,
Much Esteemed Friend: I haro had
severe attack of Diarrhea, attended with severe
griping pains, and wa reduced very lew. I
tried many different medicines, but all to ne
Iiurpose, until I got a bottlo of your Pain
'aaacen, and commenced its nse. The first
doso put a quietus on tho griping pains, and
I bad not used two twenty-live cent bottles
before was entirely rural. I nlso recom-
mended it to a friend, who was attacked wilh
ramp colic, and suffering with excruciating
pains, and three doses entirely cured uim.
W. d. bakuy;
rRATTsmLR, Yiuton Co., 0., Aug. 5, 1864
Da. 0. B. Bakkr,
Dear Sir: I havo litis day sold (he Inst
bottlo ofDB. BAKER'S TAIN PANACEA.
I should havo written to you sooner, hut not
expecting to tell the good supply I had on
band. During the last week, however, my
sales have been four timet as largo as any
week since I have had your invaluable medi
cine, and tho demand is still increasing. I
havo never sold a medicine that sustained so
high a reputation. Tho Lung Fever, Cholera
Morbus, Cholera Infantum, Bilious Colic,
Cramp Colic, and Flnx, have been very prov
sJent in this vicinity the past season, and
the Pain Panacea has not jailed to cure in
very instanco where it has been tried, so far
I have heard. Please send me a large
supply as soon as possible.
Very respectfully, yours,
II. W. BTODBARD.
A SUPPOSED CANCEE CUBED!
Mm. A. L. 8covn.t k Co Gears. .Mr.
Uisha Bradley, of Bath Co., Ky., had on his
Land a very bad swrlliro, which ho thought
Insurable, ha-iing been there for years, lie
alto had on his cheek bone, what he supposed
to bo a CANCER, mid could obtain ma relief
until he used Dr. Baker Pair Paracea,
which cured him of thnt disease, and also tho
'swelling en his hand. This medicine it
thought to much of that evert vault in our
neighborhood, keef it constantly on hand. In
fact, it It the bat medicine for lite disease it il
recommended or, that we can get.
, . . B. A. CALDWELL.
VTTmna-o, October 85th; 1858.
Dr. Baker's Fain Panacea Valuable
, . . for Horses as it is for Han.
Messrs. A. L. BceviLt ft Co. Gents.
Ttaring the last winter, most all the horses ia
our vicinity were subject to Scratches. Hav
ing hod on hand only two or throe dozen
bottles of Dr. Baker's Fain Panacea, in a few
days I sold the entire lot, and could have sold
much more, if I had had them, to my neigh
bors for that purpose Is no care sab it
f axled to over. It is also indispensable in
our neighborhood at a family medicine, for
tha various diseases tor which it is rccom
saended ; and I will say that I have told it
twr tuu. warranties it. and bate rot bad
A aigOLE BOTTLE RETURNED. IT U THt REST
jtiwcrjrs vor tor ncmerocs diseases tscoa-
HAORasviu-t, Brrckea Co., Ky4 Oct. 1, 18tt
for tale tf th Proprietors,
A. I. 8C0VUL t CO.,
Va it West Eisrhth Street. Cincinnati.
The Perfection of Mechanism
THE MAGIC TIME OBSERVER,
BKING a Hunting and Open Face, or
Lndj'a or Gentleman's Watch com
bined, with Patent Self-winding Improve
ment. Tho "New York-llluBtrated News," the
leodinj pictorial paper of the United
States, in its issue of Jan. 10th, 1863, on
page 147, vulutarily says:
".We have been shown a moat plensiag
novcltv. of which thn llIlliRApn nijrw
of this city, are the solo Importers. It is
caiira me -.ungic limo Observer,' and is
a'lmntinrr and onon-fnen wntr.1, r.n,,,i,
This is ono of tho prettiest, most convenient,
dim uumueuiy me Dest ami cheapest time
piece for general and reliable use, ever of
fered. It lin within it mill KnnnnlJ nllk
its machinery, its own winding attachment,
rciiuunng a ney entirely unnecessary. Tho
cases of this Watch arc composed of two
mute!?: the outer one being line 10 carat
. r. , .1 I I , ! . 1
ifoia. 1. 11118 "improved runy action :Tvar
movement, and is warranted an securabo
Price, superbly engraved, per case of a
nan uozen, 2U4.uo. Sample Watches, in
nCftt morOCCO boXCN. for tlmcn nrnnrtcini
buy at wholesale, $;15, sent by express, with
uiii pnyauic on ueuvery. Soiuiers must re
mit Davment in ndvam-n. a wn pmrnni ml.
loot from thoso in the Army. Address
IWHRAKI) BROS. .V rn..
8oi:tii Cott. Nassau & Joiix Sts., New Your!
The Undersigned 1ms, for several yenr
past, boon engaged in n business, which lias
yielded him ut the r:ito of threq thnflsund
dollnrs per annum, and j,ow willing to
tench it to other, The business is of a
highly useful Mid general character, ftdap
ted bo ill to cit es nnd villages, and one thai
any person of ordinary capacity, young or
old, mulo or female, can acquire with a few
hours' practice, niul by which they can se
cure n very handsome, income. Several
young ladies win-, linvo received iiistruetinns
from mo, both in New York tiud Pennsyl
vania, are earning upwards of $13 per
week by it, and there is no reason why any
one else cannot do the .sumo Invalids,
even can do well by it, as it is no peddling
affair but a business that is perfectly respec
table, (iontlemnn nnd Indies of leisure
who would like to learn the business for their
own nmusemcnt or pleasure, will find the
practice of it a pleasant pustitnc, nnd one
that tlicy will take great interest in. On
cccipof 1, 1 will send printed in.'truc
ons by wh any person can readily nc
uir and these instructions will
so particular relative to the
Trying it that it w'.il be hiirl.lv prr.f
alilo. The-' Velwser of tl.o "priiiicd in
Mm;!' ens' will lso be nutiiorixcd to leach
as to others; and 1 have sometimes received
to high ns$200, lor teaching it personally
Uian singleindividual. I would state further
that 2,50 or $3 will buy every Hung that is
nccessnry to commence the business with,
and the articles can be got almost anywhere
city or country, or, il preferred, 1 can
fiirnivh them Address, ALVORDT. PAR
SONS, No. 86 Liberty St., New York.
J. P. BROOKINS & SON,
Bsros street, firat building hrt
PURE DRUGS & MEDICINES.
Fine Toilet Soaps, Fli.e Hair and
Perfume ry ,
Trusses, Suppcvtcra, and Should?
PURE WINES & LIQUORS,
For Medical Purposes :
Glass, Putty, Oils, Varnishes, Tuc-
Slujja; Tobacco, bnujj, and (Jujars.
ScrA Physician' Prescriptions cnrcfuUy
ompoundod; and all Orders aorreetly
Another Victory !
-HAS JUST OPESED A
In Dr. Crunie's Corner, Baron St.,
EATON, 0., '
.Where Lc will ln irrnlj i: l;i
Oood Stock of
COFFEE, TEA, BUGAlt, RICE,
MOLASSES, SPICES, SOAP,
And a great variety of oilier Articles.
well selected Slook of the
BEST WINES & LIQUORS,
Always on hand.
T. IIARBAUGII, Business Conductor.
Jan 20 tf
m. WM. HALL'S
BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS,
for ma oo re r
Oonaumption, Deoline, Asthma,
Brononitia, Wasting of Flesh,
Night Sweats, Spitting of Blood.
Hooping Cough, Di&oulty of
Breathing, Colds, Coughs, Influ
enza, Phthisic, Fain in the Bide,
and all Diseases of the Lungs,
0 10,000 DOLLARS REWARD
IS OFFERED FOR A BITTER RECEIPT
NS OFIuV, CALOMEL, NOR MINBRiL POISON I
Aad la aaib Tor the moat delicate ebjll.
It it estimated
that 150,000 por
tons die annually
in the U. Btatot,
tion, and Profot-
ber of these could
be saved by tha
timely use of tome proper remedy.
Dr. Hall's Balsam strikes at the root of tkt
Jisoaso at once, and such is its speedy effect
that any one using it freely according to di
rections for twenty-four or "forty-eight hours,
and not entirely satisfied with its merits,
nlay return it aad receive back their money.
The most distressing cough Is frequently re
lieved by a single doso, and broken up in a
few hours' time. Tho afflicted do not have
to take bottle after bottle before they find
whethor this remedy will afford relief r not.
The public havo been imposed upon by
remedies recommended by cortifiiatos whioh
have always originated frem some unknown
source. We bolieve that a medicine possess
ing real merits will effect cures wherever It
it used, at home as well at abroad. This is
no parcgorio prepsration, but oae which Jf.
uaod in season will tavo the lives of thou
sands. It has offected ouros tn numerous cases,
where the most skillful physicians in this
country and in Europo have been employed,
and havo oxerciaed their skill in vain. Cases
which thoy have pronounced incurablo, and
turrendorcd at hopeless beyond a doubt,
leaving the patients without a single ray to
enliven them in their gloom, have been cured
by Dr. Ilall's Balsam, and tho "victtmt of
consuaiptinn" aro now vigortus and strong
as tho uioitt robust among us. And these
cases are not UMatod ones ; they are numer
ous, and tan bo pointed out in every com
munity where this most unrivaled remedy
has been tested.
Ba slow, then, to believe tho oft-repeated
story about the Jungs being gone j or rather
lot no such apprehension induce you to give
up. Act upon the principle that while there
It lifo there is hope. You can never be so low
that you may nut Irujt, humanly speaking,
in Hull's Balsam. Moro thun one, nay, hun
dreds has it l'p.ught almost from death to
life, Vthtn all eUu had lulled. Give, then,
this powerful but hurinloss remedy a trial.
Call on the agent and get a pamphlet gratis.
Tho trcatiso ou consumption olono is worth
the price for tho incdiciiw. Yu will find cer
tificates of physlci.'.ns in Cincinnati, and of
others whoso cures have been effected here at
homo, whero they can bo found.
IF PHYSICIANS WILL USE IT, WHY IS IT
NOT SAFE FOR THE PEOPLE?
ClMCINKATI, KOV. 1.
Messrs. A. Ii. Scoria 4 Co,
Dear Sirs, The public generally are fully
aware of the Ihoiisuiids of remedies for dis
eased lungs, under the titles of Carsapa
rillas, Pills, Plasters, Liniments, etc., that
are daily brought to their nstice through the
newspapers, by way of advertisements. My
object in writing this note for publication is
to induce the public, or at least those who are
afflicted, (if they will use potent medicines,)
to use one that contains articles of real use in
pulnionory diseases. I nm conscious that in
to doing 1 am acting most unprofcssionally,
and derogatory tn (he intorests of medical
science and the regular practitioners of medi
cine. The medicine to which I refer is Dr. Hall'i
Saltan for the Lung. 1 have prescribed it
in a laigc number of cases, and always with
tuccess. One case in particular to which I
Wish now to refer; was given up by several
physic. ins who hod been called in consulta
tion with myself. Tho patient had all the
tymptoms of confirmed consumption, such
as cold night sweats, beclic fever, harassing
Cough, with continued pain in the lobe of the
rich' 'ting, attended with tevere diarrheal
llo commenced immediately to get better by
the use of the above-named medicine, and
wos soon restored to hiB usual health I I
have olso found Dr. Hall's Balsam tho most
valuablo expectorant for breaking up dis
tressine coughs ond colds that I have ever
used. W. D. WEIGHT, M. D.
More Physicians' Testimony.
PS- V?e, the undersigned Physicians ef
Cincinnati, certify that Dr. 'Wright'i ttate
mente are entitled to the fullest confidence
of the public, and wo can fully corroborate
what he has said, having used Dr. Hall'i
Balsorn in a numkor of eases with the hap
piest effeot. J. B. IiAWBON, M. D.,
WM. C. PMITH, M. D.,
J. I. JOUK80N, M. B.
3- Be twt and atk for Dr. Wn, HalTi
Tor tale by the Proprietor!,
A. I. SCOVILL & CO.,
No, U West Eighth Street, Cincinnati
WINTERS & AOHET,
North Baron &t.,
httvatn Mai n
TO SELL GOODS FOR THIS
(A Kuw Ekolasd)
We will give a commission of cne hundred
per cent, on all goods sold by cur Agents,
or we will pay wagos at from $30 to $100
per month, and pay nil necessary cipenscs.
toT partiouiars address, with stamp,
CIIAS. liUGGLKS, Gen. Ag't.
For the Adams Manufacturing Co.,
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
Is a constitutional disease, a corruption ot the
Diood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it
pervad'sa the whole body, and may burst out
in disease on any part of it. Xo organ is fro
from its attacks, nor is there one whieh it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint it variously
consrd by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy habits, tlie depressing vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infvetion. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; uiuceu,
it seems to be tlie rod of Hiia who says, 11 1
will visit the iniquities of tho futliors ';, i
Its effects commence by deposition from tha
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on
tlie surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that tciofulous constitu
tions net only suffer from scrofulous com
plaints, but they have far less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases ; conse
quently var ambers perish by disorders
;;ch. although not scrofulous in their nature,
still rcnuerci fhtr.! ,,v '" taint in the
system. Most oi" lis consumption winch dV
emtates the human fitmily lias its origin directly
in tltis scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
arc aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of nil our people are scrofulous ;
thoir persons aro invaded by this lurking in
fection, nnd their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
tlie blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and futal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remcdials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from tlie blood, and the rescue of the
svstcm from its destructive consequences.
Ilciicc it should be employed for the euro ',f
not only Scrofula, but nlso those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Krcptivb
and Skin Disuasrs, St. Anthony's Fikii,
Kosb, or Envsii-Ki.AS, Fmi'i.Es, Pustules,
Blotchks, Blaixb and Bon.s, Tenons, Tlttkk
and Salt Itiir.i-M, Scald IIkao, Hinowoum, .
EAsr.s, nopsr, Dvsi'bvsia, Dhiulitv, nnd,
indeed, all Complaints aiusino i hom Vitia
tbo on iMi'i'iin Blood. The popular belief
in " impurity of the blood " is founde d in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purity and regenerate this vital fluid,
without whii'h sound health is imyosuble iu
FOX TUB Sl'CunT CURE OF
Intermittent FVver, or Fever and Affile,
Uemlttcut Fever, t lull Fever, wumu
Ague, Pcrloillcnl Iftmitiirlie or BlltcMie
llotctaclie, and IIUIoum Fevers, Indeed
for the whole clusa of dWrasca originate
Iiisj In billnry derangement, caUMed hy
the Malaria of Bf iasmatle I'ouutrlelF
Wc are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a rcniciiy is invaluable in district!
where these afflicting disorders prevail. 'X hia
"Cckb" expels the miasmatic pouon of Fkykii
an i) Aour from the tystcin, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if tiiken on the first ap
proach of its prcmouilory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, Mit ulno Ilia cheapest. The large
quantity n supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
1'P.vau ami Aouis prevails, every body should
have it and me it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered fur the speedy and certain
cure of Interraittcnts is lliat it contains no Quinine
or mineral, lonstnitoutly it produces no quinism or
other injurious edicts whatever upem the constitu
tion, 'lliosc cured by it aro left at healthy as if
they had never had the disease.
Fever and Ague is not alono the ennsrquenee of
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders nrise from its irritation, anions; which are
Scurnlqio, Hhmiinatinn, (ionl, Ikatlache, Blind
nut, 'l'otilhnekf, Karachi, Catarrh, A sthnm, 1'aU
pitatiim. Painful Affection of the Spleen, Uytttr
ir., I'uin in thn Hvicelt, Colie, Paralyeii and Z)
raiitjrmmt of the Stomach, all of which, when
ligiuatin)! in this cause, put on the intermittent
t'lpa, or become periodical. This " CfiiB " expels
the poison from the blood, and consequently euret
tliem all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in Hie malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily whilo exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from tlie system, and cannot
accumulate in soflicient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it it even moro valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from lnter
mittcnts if they avail themselves of the protection
this remedy affords.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. ATKB & CO., Lowell,
OF ALL KINDS
Also Warehouse Trucks,
Letter fresses, &c.
Fairbanks. Greenleaf & Co.,
172, Lake Street. CHICAGO.
Sold iu Cincinnati by Tbaber & Acbhrt.
BBo careful to buy only the genuine. -a
Jan. 8, 18fii. ly .
GREAT WESTERN REMEDY
Compound Syrup of
For sovere Colds, soreness of the Breast
Lungs, Hoarseness, Whooping Cough,Croup,
Chronic Cough, Asthma, and for all diseases
of the throat.
For sale all over the country.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by
J. P. BROOKINS & SOtf,
.Tuljl C2, 1 y 1 nm, Ohio.
w. j. eti.MORa.
J. V. CAMI'DRl.L.
G1LM0RE St CAMPBELL,
Attorneys & Counselors at Law,
AND NOTARIES PUBLIC.
K5T Office oa Baron Street, west fide,
doors aorth of Main strop.
January 1, 1862-j
Livery, Saleand Feed Store,
WOULD ann. fianAta
public, tha ne ubsj,k .anen- the old
stand, recently occupied by William C. Daem.
and re-opened a it'rery StabU, whera ha will
be pleased to accora modate all who aaay wish
tn hi- fortes, I n reasonable
!ei J.3. citable Koi I , and Feed for Hersee of
u I 'tc, also afforded. The
vfic is respectfully soliai
h. nxxBY, last of tl avnt , 1 1 .
firm of A. DsRny &kCc
THE undersigned Lave t,i4? 4 '.tar
nership for thi purpoaa f btijtag rrsir
Wheat Corn Rye Oatt and
Also: Clover, Timtthy, and Flamcti,fx
which ther will nay the highest Tmuket tttOCi
in bankable funds, at the Ware II em so of 0,
Vanaurual a Co.
Thev have on hand, and for sale. Kokomo
Slungles and Yonghiocheny Coal.
r armors are parueuiariy requsiHUH to ear,
isd see thorn be tote selling elsewhere.
1 JUNjNEi & UAMPUELL.
im-mm and stoves i
rpiIIE subscriber would call tha attention 0
X his old friends nnd cnttomert to ItU
resent Stock of excellent
ofevery variety usually kept in Tin Shops.
He also keeps constantly on hand the Iu
test nnd most approved paterns of
COOKING &. PARLOR STOVES
II of which be will sell as low as oan be pur
chased elsewhere in the county.
He is also prepared to attend to all orders It
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
on reasonable terms. The work warranted
Ba.All orders for Repairing attended to
on short notice; and the work done in such
manner as to render general satisfaction.
ins simp Btill kept at the old stand, an
or North of the Odd Fellows' Buildinj.
All articles in his line sold at such rates
s to require his adherence to cash terms.
W A L I 1511 1'. JtUABlt
Eaton, Aajust 23, I860. tf
MALE or FEMALH Acext
NEW STEEL TLATE COUNTT
COLORED MAP OF THE
United States, Canadas,Eand
From recent surveys, completed ingest
ID, I9b2; cost $iU,UUl to engrave it and ene
year g time.
Btini nor to any 10 maD made by Uolton
or Mitchell, and soils at Uic low price of 60
cents ; 370,000 names are engraved 011 this
map. It is not only a County Map, but it
is also a
COUNTY AND RAILROAD MAP
of the United States and Canadns combined
in one, giving Every llailroad Station and
Guarantee Ley woman or man fS to $6
per duv, auc. will take back all ruai 1 that
cannot be sold ni1 retunj the money.
Stu l for Oua Dollar's worth to try.
l'rirtod instructions how to salivas well
urni?hed all our oircrtH.
W atk!) wholesale agents for our man
11 every State; California, C'anada.lEnrland,
France and Cuba. A fortune may be made
with a few hundred dollars capital. No com
petition, i. T. LLOYD, No. 164,
Broadway, Jiew i oris.
The War Department use our map of Tir
ginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania; oost
$100,000, on which is marked Antiettm
Creek, Maryland liirlits, VViiliamsport Fer
ry, Rohrersville, Noland's Ford, and all
others on tho Potomac, and every other place
in Maryland, Virginia and PeanaylvaaM, 1
The Summer number will contain
FOUR LARGE AND SPLENDID
Tliret Full-Sized Patterns,
New French Watet, an Elegant Sleeve, and
a Mimes back,
Together with nearly 100 Engravings of all
the novelties for
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Valuable information to Milliners, Dross
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presenting the largest and best Fashion
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terns, from the designs In tho book, or from
the ahow-reom, or they may be orderofJ an
.... 1... :i . : i. v 1
ELOOD AKD LIVER SYRUP,
OR OOMPOTJirl) ixtraot or
SAKSAPAR1LLA ARD STILURGIA,
. , losj m quii f , ..
MatoirioDS, STPHILIttO i(0 MEtt;
OUKIAIi DUBABBH, OLD BORIS, gtUN
' DIABASES, AMD AIX OTHER. Dig.
CASES WHICH ARB -CAUSED
BY AM IlWPVttE 8TATBDV
TUB BLOOD. .
I WONDERFUL CURE OF SCROFULOUS WHITE
v :: 1 SWElilRGIir, .IT .
Bead iho Statement of Martin
Eobbins, Jr. f, ,f,
Oae ef tha Went Oaaea aver Beoree
CiRCiRKATi, 6, Jeb. itf llit
MtatRS. A. L. Bcorru, Ce. '!
wHh great pleatais)
J five 'my testimony
at to wnat your babv
Byrap, has done Mr
me. 8ome three an)
a half years since, 1
.was attacked with a
wr, i r . I. .
tended with moat excruciating paint I I tried
rarieut remediea, and hadiweoX tha best
Phyticiant of the city, (one of them a Pra
festor ia an Old Bohool Madleal Oollere,) aid
iV, vln tn ain me aav Relief I . I wae s
reduced that I was confined U ray bed far
ever throe months. The nervot and mutoies
ef ene ler were so contracted and drawn up,
that I COULD NOT WALK. I had MORE
THAN A DOZEN BONNINO TIIiCEHS e
my leirs, from which I took from time to time,
ore than ONE HUNDRED PIECK8 0?
BONE, some of them from three to loar inoaes
long. I wat reduced' to almost a skeleton, and
my friendt had given up all HOPES of tay
RECOVER!" t I was ia thli condition when
I commenced the use of yeur Blood ani Livaf
Byrun. I have used altogether some twe
dizei bottles. I am now ABLE TO ATTBNB
TO BUSINESS, and tny legs hava beeeme te
ttroB- that I walk without any diffleulty
AND HAVK ENTIRELY RECOVERED MT
HEALTH. loura, truly, ..;,
MARTIN ROBBINS, Jr.
SM West Mil Street.
Dealer in Coal Oil and Lamps.
Tt.. . rlraet from the Oinriniio4! nna
Edinburgh Medical Journal, Val. , page 11.
by itt editor, Paor. R. S. NEWTON, In regard
te this Remarkable Our It . 7
xWhlle Martin Bobbin was In tha very
worst Imaginable eesdittoa, we were called ta
attend him for a fracture of the leg, produce!
by a rail. Tne indluattons er a reunion ei a
bone, under the eircumttanoos, wer. very
unfavorable, for he weuM tit, day after day,
FICKISQ OUT BMAblA 1'it.Vt ; pnm
BONE, which would slough off, I found hint
using Scovill'a Irepaxatioi, istAlei A;
tinued tt use vntil a cure . me efeeted. Wa
gave him no constitutional treatment, Wing
In attendance only at a surgeon ; jet we co-
lois we Had maon euriotuy 10 tee wnn wtmm
be done ia a system so exUnstytly diseasea
as his was." .J .'i.'.jf
Taa Doerea mrraaa bavs. tlaa that tint
he hat made use ef alCOVlLL'S SARSAPA
RILLA aad STILLINOIA in il praotioe.
and ii ha cured the most difficult aAau ef
SCROFULA and SYPHILITIC PI3 BASKS.
1 WHOLE FAMILY AFFLICTED - COHERE.
WITH SORES UNO BOILS.
Coif mria, Hamilton Ce., 0., Jan. St, 'IS.
Mr. A. L. Scovilu
Dear Sir .This is to eertifr that my wife,
children, mother, and myself, about two year
and a half ago, were sorely afflicted. My
wife, children, and mother, were first taken
with a dreadful itching on the tkin over, tha
whole body and I wat covered with runniaa
boils. I employed several phyticiant, and
tried their prescription! for about tiz months,
and found that, instead of getting better, tn
grew worse and worse ; and finally the Children
were ceverea wiifi nnmq urc .wr
body. My brothe. . hl - ' and got eigat Dot
ties of your BLOOD u ' nd strange ta
tell, before wa had one ha,. ' usedy wa
wrrb ail wrll. I had spent ovw one hun
dred dollart before I got your medieine.
Yours, with respect, ! 1
Will the afflicted call en the agent and et a
pamphlet containing certificates of cures from
well KNOWN CITIZENS OP CINCINNATI?
prr SeoviU'i Bleed and Liver Syrnp la
COMPOSED ENTIRELY OF VEGETA
BLES, and is prrtrctlt SFE for CHIL.
DREN to ute, in case of tore outh or erepnom
ef the tkia. If MOTHEl'S VALOr.lka
health of their children, they thouid etadi
eaU the seeds ef tha diteaw before it if tea
late. . . '
Read the statement of ene of the 01B1W
CHEMISTS IN CINCINNATI. '
"I hereby certify that I have been Tna4
acquainted with SCOVILL'S JAR8APA.
RILL A AND 8TILLI NG1 A, or toOODAJl
LITER SYBITP. THI INGREDIENTS Ira
entirely vegetable, and no Btlneral aatan
On doer west ef Burnet Hoase, CtaolanaC
A. Li BC07XLL ft vO-i
... ,; i,.u;j ft litis-
A. Gard to Youhg.' Lxiiti vm
GeniUmen. .il u .!'
The aubsoriber will aena ifiree tferge)
to all who desire it, the.Recipf aud .rec
tions for making a almpie. Vegetable ,tlm,
that will, in from two to eight days, re qova
Pimples, Blotches, Tad,, Freckles,1 .Hew.
nets, and l impurities and rongl 'j tli of
the Skin, leaving the same a Na v .ra in
tended it thouid be--aot, clear, tm k and
beauUfut Those desiring the recipe,', with
all instructions, directions, add advice, wilt
please call on or add rest (with- return' post
age), Tho. F. CuAWiWj Vractieffl Chtmitt,
Jnnl2-2m S3L Broadway, Hew York
R. G. D. MpKEMY,',' '; .,
JUSTICE OF ' TUB -PEACE,
South-vert center of ajtn tnt far) Sle,
B&rnnllectioMS - an
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