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Local and Miscellaneous.
"Th Pistrlct Court will hold
a session in Eaton, thia month.
8a.Mr. Cottingham is still ' on
hand. .at Crumo'a comer, on Baron
street, selling Groceries, Fist, To.
bacc6',&o.,at the smallest paying
profit Give' the good man one
call', and you' will call again., ';. .
Mr: Levi Gould continues to
sell the best' of Hams at a reason
ably .price.. . , The fact that the pub
lie arQ..b vying them up. so fast, is a
proof that they are satisfied with
thefr bargain.7. Try them, and judge
for ourselves. ' ; " ' ' v x
iaThere are two - remarkable
brothers in Eaton- One is an obli
ging and honest boot and shoe
makerand the other a clever and
obliging gentleman who supplies
the public with the bast of Oyster
suppers.1 You will find both on
Main street, living almost opposite
to each other. For an Oyster sup
per or dinner, ask for John Lock
wooJ; and for a pair of the be3t
shoes or boots, ask John where his
STMfs. Wilson, of Camden, is
Belling Groceries very cheap, one
door north of the Post Office. See
her advertisement in our paper of
this! week. This worthy lady is
really deserving of encouragement,
and wc have no doubt that she will
be encouraged by the public "We
are deeply interested in the pros
perity of all the good folks of Cam
den. Mav God bless tnem, one
We have received a splendidly
mounted portrait of Hon. C. L.
Vallandigham, from Mr. Wilson,
and we earnestly urge tho friends
of tho Hon. gentleman to purchase
this beautifully got up and speak
ing lik'eucss of our friend, and
America's greatest statesman. Mr.
Wilson can supply thcnVat a rea
A GREAT FIRE IN EATON.
Our readers in general must have
heard of the jrreat loss of property
sustained by Mr. Morrow, of Eaton,
by fire, on Thursday, tho 2nd inst.
The fire is said to have originated
in spark from a locomotive being
blown on to a stack near the track.
Between forty and fifty stacks
Flax, the greater part of the ma
chinery, the roof of tho buildings,
and part of the walls, were all de
stroyed. The damage done by' the
fire, to Mr. Morrow, cannot be less
than $15,000. The town of Eaton,
and tho whole of Preble county,
have sustained a great loss by this
terrible and. destructive fire. Wo
think that every man in the county
should comb forward at once, and
also the Board of Directors of the
Railroad, to subscribe cheerfully
and largely, to make up a great
part of Mr. Morrow's loss. Why
not? the thing can be done, and it
ought to be done forthwith. : Gen
tlemen of Eaton and Preble county,
take ;up ' the subject form your
town and township committees
Btart a subscription worthy of your
selves,, and. let. there : be a careful
and " systematic : canvass made
throughout the town and county
We have been requested to soy
to all flax-growers in tho county,
that they mRy bring on their flax
to the old stand at once, or keep
back for a few weeks, and Mr.
Morrow will be on hand to attend
to the business.
We are happy to add, that the
re-building of the burnt property
has already commenced. Mr. M.
is a good and sound citizen, and an
enterprising man; let him be gen
erously and cheerfully sustained,
by a liberal public.
The Louisville democrat says
the loyal league is understood to
.take its name from an association
which is pledged not to go within
a league of the soat ot war.
CORRECTED WEEKLY FOR THE PRESS.
,. - 8
Chickkns, per dot. ..
Cornmkal, per bash.,
Wood, per cord
Cincinnati, April 8.
BUTTER prime to choice, 26t7e. .
CHEESE W. K. 14c.
EGGS -13c pet dec. ,
15 for extra, ? 20
6 40 for family.
GRAIN The demand for Wheat is im
proved, the market is firm at 11 281 30
for prime Red, and $1 331 35 for White.
Corn is dulUt 64e in bulk, 7578o. in
Oats are in bat limited reaucst at 67c. in
bulk, and 78c. sacks included. r,
Kto is nnotea at SHc.mti.
We nuote Barley at SI 50(atl Gjfor Drimo
to choice Fall, and $1 45rl 60 for the
same grades of State Spring.
HAY 172U8 per tun in bales.
PROVISIONS Mess Pork, $11
Shoulders, 4Jtfo. .
Bulk Hams, Cc.
POTATOES-$l 101 15 from store, for
I BEG to inform my friends and the public
in general that I have been long enough
behind a saloon, and I have therefore re
moved to a shop close to the Methodist
Church, just next door east ot tha church,
under the shadow of the sanctuary, where I
will be found always on hand, to prepare
COFFINS, and act as Undertaker, for all
who will be kind enough to favor me with
their orders I need not add that I kocp a
lirst class HEAJtSli . WJLlStS.
April 9, 18C3-tf
Fine Farm for Sale
4 SPLENDID FARM, situnte 4 miles
XX west froa Eatoi, on the 7fest road,
and contains 220 acres, is offered fer sale.
1 10 acres are cleared and under fence, and
about 80 acre well timbered: with an abun
dance of water for all purposes. Tho farm
has on it two good Dwellings, with all neces
sary outbuildings; two excellent Darns, ana
throe Orchards, rnce ?iu per acre; pr.'
nients to suit purchasers.
BQM'or further particulars inquire of W.
FKltuUrtOfi, r.ditor "Democratic 1'ress.
April !), 18G3-tf
Simeon L. Cnrd, plt'fT,
Before C. M. Rohrer
William P. Green,
.1. P., of Somers
county, Ohio. ".
N the 30th day of March, A. D. 18C2,
said Justice issued an order of Attach'
ment in the above action, lor the sum of
Fifteen Dollars. Somers Township, April
C, 1803. S1MLU.N U UA.Ul).
April 9, lBti3 3W
James Bewsman, Pl'ff, ) Preble Com
vs. i leas.
David Bowiman,etal.,Dcrts. J In Partition,
rpO David Bowsman, of Madison county,
1I1UIUUU, UUlltt 1 VIllC, UUCUII 1 CHtB,
Peter Harshmnn, Arminda Harshman, Polly
I .. i : - i I u i ....
Har8hinan. Adam Harshmnn. Baron Harsh
man, Washington Harshman, Christiana
Harsh man and Barbara Harshman, of Pike
co.inty, Illinois: Saruh Snyder, Adam bny
der. George W Bowsman, Hester Aluionrode,
Dnvid Almonrodc, and Noah Bowsman, ef
Randolph count v. Indiana:
You will take notice that on the 4th day of
April, A. D. 1863, the undersigned hied a pe
tition in the Court of Common Pleas of Pre
bio couiitT, Ohio, where the same is now
ncndinir. demanding partition of the follow
ing premises, situate in the county of Preble
and Slate ( f Ohio, and described as follows,
to-wit: Thonortheastquarterof section twelve
(12) in Township IN o. eight (81 in uange jno,
one (1) east, Sic, containing 100 acres, more
Also, Twonty-five acres off of the north end
of the north west quarter of section No.
seven (7) in Township No. eight (8)of Range
Mo. two (i) cast, &c. . .
And also, fifty acres off of the north end
of the northeast quarter of section No. seven
(7) in Township No. eight (8) in Range No,
two (2) east, fcc. The three tracts contain'
in::, in the ojirreiiate, 2jj acres, more or
The' undersigned demands that partition
be made of snid premises as follows: To tho
nndcrsiirned ono-eiehth: to David Bowsman,
Julia Ponce, Sarah Snyder, Georgn W Bows
man, Hestor Almonrode, and Noah Bows
man, each one-eighth; to fetor Harshman
Arminda Harshman, Pollr Harshman, Adam
Harshmnn. Sarah Harshman. Washington
Harshman, .Christiana Harshman and Bar
bara Uarslnnnn, each one sixty-fourth; sub-
lect to the dower in the whole premises here
tofore assigned, by metes and bounds, to
Deborah Bowsmau, widow of Adam Bows
At the next term of sold Court an nnnlica
tion will be mmle br the undersigned for an
order that partition may be made, 4c, of said
premises. ja.um uu wojiAn,
By Git.HOKi & Campbell, his A tty'j.
Attest: C. W. Larsh, Clerk.
April 9, 1863-6
7 William Wright's Estate.
ATOTICE is hereby civen that the ander
1 1 signed have been duly appointed and
qualified as Administrators of the estate of
William Wright, lata of Preble connty, Ohio,
deceased. ' ANvae.vi wuiuur.
J. H. Foos, Att'y. '
March 14, l?ti3 Ct. ,
FIRE IN CAMDEN,
MARCH 12, 1863 :
IS STILL ON IIAND AT
Tho Now Stand,
' -0HE D00R'-l
NORTH OF THE POST OFFICEl
Where they want you to'
Drop in and Bay! Drop in and See
TV O T I O TV S ,
CHEAP at THEY CAN BE FOB CASH
The stock consists iu part as follows:
Tea, Coffee, Sugar,
Tl .J1 Ct.-
; nice, uamuis. ouayj
Fine Tabic Salt, in Backs; 1
Dried Beet, Bologna,
Crackers, Cheese, '':
Dried Teaches, ,
Best Family Flour
'; ,. AND
O o r n Til o a, 1 ,
All kinds of Tipes,
Backets, Brooms, Washboards,
Starch, Soda, Baking Powder,
LotB of Matches, Lead & Caps,
. ANY QUAN1ITY OF
NOTIONS AND CONFECTIONS,
LOTS OF '
BOOKS, PENS, INK & PAPER,
COMBS, ic.-, 4c.
TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! TOYS!
By tlio "Cordl" and
1000 and 1 OTHER LITTLE FIXEIS
Too big ajob to ment'on; except
O Y S T B It S
Served to order. And wo will have
and SODA, when the season opens,
We also keep on hand a fine tat of
&ccl 'ant $itto
And OIL PAINTINGS, samples of Gilt and
Rose Wood MOULDINGS, ready to frame
you any kind of a picture, at War f rices.
DROP IN 1
WILL J. WILSON,
For E. A. WILSOff, Prop
April 9, lW3-6m , '
Jihn Weaver, Adm'r of I Preble Probate
David Woolvcrton, dee'd, Court. Petition
rrj to complete real
Caty Jane Weaver, et al J contract.
CATY Jane Weaver, Weaver, Martha
Jane Young, Young, John Woolvcr
ton and Margaret Woolvertoii, will lake no
tice that on the 8th day of April, 1B03, John
Weaver, administrator of the estate of David
Woolvcrton, deceased, filed in the Probate
Court, within and for the county of Preble
and State of Ohio, a petition alleging that
on the 'id day of March, A.a 1839, the said
David Woolverton, then in full life, entered
into a contrast in writing with one Joseph
Berry for the sale of the following described
real cstnte, situate in said couuty of Treble
and State of Ohio, to-wit The west half of
School Lot No. 8 in Section. No. It, Town
ship Ne. H. of Range 1, cant, kc, pou the
following terms: that the said Joseph Berry
had paid in full for fHid premises, and that
said Woolverton was to make a good nud
sufficient deed of convevancq for said prem
ises to said Berry, so soou as the said Dnvid
Woolverton should obtain n deed for the
whole! of said lot from the Statu of Ohio; that
said deed has been obtained from the State of
Ohio; and that Caty Jane Weaver, Weaver
Martha June Young, Young, John Wool
verton, and Margaret Woolverton are the
heirs at law and legal representatives of said
The prayer of the petition is for authority
to make a deed to the snid Joseph Berry's
Executors in bclmlf of said heirs at law.
Said petition will be for hearing on the
11th day of May, a.d. 1863, or as soon there
after as leave of the Cour'. can bo obtained.
JOHN WEAVER, Adm r of
David Woolverton, dee'd.
By Gh.mouk & Camphei.l, bis Atty's.
April i, lXtiH 3w
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons
who had contracts with the late James
Dcnistoii. of Eaton, for FRUIT TREES,
that the same will be filled, and that other
persons can purchase at private sale any of
the stock on hand at the Nursery. A care
ful salesman will be in attendance to wait
upon customers. The patronage of the
public is solicited.
Adm'rof James Dcniston, dee'd.
March 20, 18G3 3w
ALL persons apainst whom Taxes hare
been assessed in the annual list under
the act of Congress, "To provide Internal
Revenue to support tbc Government and to
pny interest on the Public Debt," approved
Julv 1st. 1862. are hereby notified, that said
assessments are now due, and payments or
the snme are required by law to be miuie
within TUN DAYS from date of this notice.
In default thereof,
TEN PER CENT. ADDITIONAL
tax is required by law to be collected.
Therefore, on all assessments delinquent on
Ihe 5th dav of April next, a penally of ten
percent will be added. .Monthly delinquent
returns from September to January, inclu
sive, are subject to the same penalties as de
linquents in the annual list.
, MONTGOMERY COUNTY
Assessments will bo collected at the offun of
the Collector of tlio District, in the City of
Dayton, comer of Third and Joflbrson
Assessments will be collected at the o(Hcc of
Ezra Potter, Deputy Collector for said coun
Assessments will be collected at the office
of Jacob Morris, Deputy Collector for said
Assessments will be colloctcd at the office
of Josiah Campbell, Deputy Collector for
snid connty, Eaton, Ohio.
JOHN L. MARTIN, .
Collector Third District of Ohio, Dayton
March 25th, 1863. 2w
EDITOR OF PRESS:
Dear Sir: Witl youf permission I wish to
say to your readers that I will send by return
mail to all who wish it, (free) a Recipe, with
full directions for making and using a sim
nln Vpo-ntahle Balm, that will effectually re
move, In ten days, Pimples, Blotches, Tart,
Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin,
leavin" the same soft, clear, smooth and
I will also mail free to those having Bald
Heads, or Bare Faces, simple directions and
information that will ennble them to start a
full growth of Luxuriant Hair. Whiskers, or
a Moustache, in less than 30 days. All ap
plications answered by return mail without
ohnrie. Respectfully, yours,
TH0S. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
No. 831 Broadway, New York.
March 19, 1863 2m
N. P1NSET, last of tl
firm of A. Denny & Ce
THE undersigned har fwar.ei ',-rar
nership for the purpose of belag grir
Wheat Corn Eye Oatt ana
Also; Clover, Timothy, nnd Flawed, fx
whinh iIipv will nav the highest market Diic
in bankable funds, at the Ware IIouso of C.
They have on hand, and for sale, Kokorso
Shingles and Youghiogheny Coal.
Farmers are particularly requested to cal,
nsd see them before selling eisewnere.
PLNNJSY & CAMPBELL.
Danitl Shock's Eatate.
THE undersigned has been duly appointed
and qualified Administrator of the es
tate of Daniel Shock, late of Preble county,
S. Baxta, Att'y.
March 28, 1863-ow
till in ilio Xield,
HE has, just returned from the "Queen
City" with a larijc ard varied stock
HATS & CAPS,
Ifcemly 31 si tie
Cloths, Casshnercs, Ticeds, Ytnlingn,
and u larj'c lot of
vnieh he oilers to Ins niimsmus customers
at as low rates as can be bought anywhere.
S-A11 kinds of Cuttom Work made to
order, on the shortcut notice.
The nuli'iic are invited to call at Ins old
stand, opposite the 'National Hotel, and
examine his stocK
Conic along, come along, make no dolay :
Cbmefrom ivcry hunilct and village by the
Come and buy the cheapest Clothes that ever
you did wear,
All warranted to fit yon neat, and to neither
rip or tear.
Eaton, August 23, I860.
Main Street, 2 doors East
Ot tllO M. L. Churcll.
. . ' t ."M
F. SPATZ boyd to return lllS Sin
cere thanks to his friends, and the public
for the patronage they have so liberuiiy ue
stowed unon luni nni to nuoriu mrm wm
i Ttfll continues to keep the best broad and
flour, butter, Cjo-S, CBkeS, SWCetS, blECUttS
and other artiefe';;-!.;,!, are In general de-;
rnanil, to which lio bejts to add for tlio com-1
fort of the public that lie keeps the best glass
fo ale and beer and the finest tobacco. Give
him a call and yon will not bo disappointed-;
August 29, 1861. ' tf
Pay, Bounty Money, &c.
GiLMGRE & CAMPBELL.
(Licensed by the Government,)
WILL promptly attend to the prosecn
tion of Claims for Pensions, Arrears
of Pay, Bounty Money, Ac, on behalf of
military claimants, &c.
Fees, in compliance with the laws of Con
gress. We also keep on hand a general assort
ment of Revenue Stamps, anil aro prepared
to execute all Contracts, Leases, Deeds,
Mortgages, and other instruments requiring
stamps, with neatness and dispatch.
Office at the old Stand.
GILMORE & CAMPBELL
Eaton, Jan. 8, 1863. tf
DRUG S TOEE.
J. P. BROOKINS & SON,
Baron street, fust building lirt
PURE DRUGS & MEDICINES.
Fine Toilet Soaps, Fine Hair and
Trnssoa, Suprc rtcrs, and Should
PUEE WINES & LIQUORS,
For Medical Purposes;
Glass, Putty, Oils, Varnishes,- Dye-
Stuffs; Tobacco, Snuff, and Cigars.
GARDEN SEEDS, m,.-
all Orders eorrcttl
Stoves & Tinware.
STOREROOM three doors West of
Estou, Jan. .2, 1863.
LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
i.A loarn tkt WflM Mil rillllMt T U l
and inuirmnlw to " W wltk
Sel)llfir, nr complloU, oUiirh.il)F tboikM,4
nroMlon of iplrlU, dltiw and ngiU.U ot ailad, lua
ilXB, low of monwrif, Jom of eujrK) "d iw
minv growth, Mlioir aw.y, and t w.nt of oonSd.no. ta
tbmwlTi, blnllnn ttu.eooYriilvi. tnublliifi, UupuUa.
d dlgiut of life.
yjEAK WHAT THE WEDICA1 PBBI8
fana elinldiioi runtrd to U tW IV n"" ! V '
4lSS?i3" KNOl,WlI BOTANIf! PIlVSIOIA" m.
Soil IIU wrfect koowmseof tb human .Jll.ra nabU
him toKtlll . w llhont .nylnform.l on fro.
S o uatk'iil, to oii.lin luorlslnol oau.', and aranjaa
and frankly loll whrtlior yon fan m tnM or Ml. IJa
Sr"ll atl"fy your inlu.l, ai.d av. rou.xiD, llm.. tronUWa,
.Li.iH.lntwnl. ft MI I lh.rn.an.
",, duUar; It will uvt yoar hoallb, and, what ,
Etlr tlialTall, It will n jour lifo from Mi hort.d
niM.n"SatTn'ar. ma'I; wllhcnt any l"'"'
from tin p:tinti thorrfor. hn ll,r.r..ia;l.ly nauareu..
Ou-ir fbyVtal condition and l'l,r,uolkl frnUm'",
, ll'o't which h. nwr C..I.I hav. Pfoun"! O-T
vU.nlxhlna; aim. It .hotiW I r.-mtirtd that tbla
If you haro IrM olhera.nd K no rll.f. If JT
L,d7con...ll Dtt. HAl'HAKL, th. B,rull l ''"V-,
All hi. commnnliatl.mil nd InterrUWi an
(rlvat. and conafcnllalifnffeiil o.ra.1.
FACTS AKB ETDOSORN THINGS 1
Iiar what tho I'lilliulrlhl arrMKnil.iit aayi In tk.
Commonwealth, WUviiuguu, D.lawar, Stk of April,
" An Knjllnh (rpnllfman, formerly ronnll with th.
Brltt.h Army, and who atjrlc. liiinm'lf tho ' Kiitflixh B
Utile l'hinldan,' ba of lt jaliMHl an Mtan.lv. rrpnta.
lion hare hy hi .kill In curluK all manner of comiilni.ta.
S-'in. of lit" lutiiul. I hare conviiinid with, and bv
pronounce IiIh rcmmlH nd mode of irfalmenl al nrf
uperlor. Home have been restored aa If by aite. Tha)
nu'diclne he uwl U ltlllil hy biruaeb from v.riou. ken
poawKMing rare curntiv. projicrtioa. .... .
" While acllnis lu Hie army ho AVrnled hhl leva
momeuU to a tlmfmijrti tn,ly of the eftWr- .rojlnoW bf
OTtalu medicinal rool.and norlnon all man nfdMeaM
It wwraci he ha. found noire end speedy remedy for all th
' ilia that fluh U heir to.' III. prnctico I. alrvly eiU
i. .n,l i. Jailv inrreiultia. In the complafntl to whloh
fcmale. ar. nibleclrd be luu no equal, a a larj. sanibar
hero have ttetlAed that th..y owe not only their PrtMS
eonri he. th. but in
rood health, but their lltr-e, to th. akiU of til.
Botanlo I'bjUciao." UU oinc. la al
BAST FIFTH STRBBT,
MORB GOOD NEWS!
FROM HIGH AND RELIABLE
Th.lkl.iit.llemallM of Doctor Raphael
Botanic I liy.iciau, iip.t oi" J' V .
radical, ud permanent cur. of ALL
SECRET. AND VENEREA
p0iTOn.,illohM arenl,nu onilca,oniui, or. iiyelbK
KHfa Botaulc l'hj-idau. lli li .ianlc itj-mcdie.
never yet lanrti to cure iat- in,,.. B,iN,p ..
H.,r.m,,a i-.im. .till lo rfDior. all JwrourT anil olt
ImpurltlM from th. irjitcm wb.n all oilitr Ktmrdm bafc
failal. Ufdual Journal,
GOOD NEWS ron SINGLE MEN CON'
- TEIHPLATINO MARRIAOE.
Hr-ar wliat th. Ilaltlmor. currormilnt of tli. fMd.
MImH, Booiultfro', JlarjuiJ, aaid ou Tliuradair, III. Slat
of Mult. 111 . . . .,
liai Ina hr. n pnrformM by Iho Knillwh Boiwili- I'liyitelan,
I f,l tuny ilnIT, liavlnn knulrd(a f llifin, to alaua
Hi" fact, h'lirviiie tiiat lu Jolngao liimyd i a tv. o to In.
liaTmiiig. Olio coae in partli-ulnr Hint of jronnjr wan
in lliw rlly-H worthy or notr-. Iff luid lrn'onw tn.
tlctini of a huliit, Ihe mi'io nlliloii lo wliU-li nM a
llimMiir.awl afti-r yvarn of .iinVrinx nli'l i,.dorln kv ua
ll 1mw of rwirary. II" rlli"il lo marry, and waa
dfarly hlovpil liy a. a ulrl ui . lii.l w.rO.
of afli rllon, but ho wai firful, nervotn, nml iirotralnl.
Ilo darwl not wwl on account of lli hlmllornl Btat.
of lii .vntniil. lis n.iinlit r.'ll.Tattlii,lillf Mir Bo.
t.mic riivulrlnii, anl, mtonlfhim il mlly w m, all tao
Moom anil vU-or of ymilli low Miinir.l, awt lio la no
tho hipy falliiTof a lair of l.riclit b iyn."
GLORIOOS NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL
ITir wlint the Ciiii limnll Wiiklj Vrvn aura on tlx Ha
of March, IWti: '
W. am oVidtdty 0JHMd to ilriuni and to adverttaod
rcmoiliua r.ir tlio iren iilion of having cliildrou, hut w.
fcol It oiintuly loai knowlnlg. a Ix-nolit from any and from
every aoilrce when It la for the relief of mlhrinu humanity.
A fact.ha. corao to onr knorlodne tliat ought lo be pra
miiliiati'd and wulily circulalod Tor Ilia Iwuelltof thoao
ladle, whvao dolicala health make, it MCtweurj lojir.veut
any lucrraw of family.
About twelro monllis after marriage, a lady of onr ac
quaintance ge hlrlh to a ilauuliler, but her .nnn-ium
vrraao great that her phy.lcian. o.wlrrd of Iwr rcory.
Thia made her Ureail I lie vcrythnuglitauf atpiin beiomlug
a mother, blie tried every thing to prevent a repelltloa
of her .uflerlnKa, lult without Biicoetiling. Two y,ni aftt
marriage .he win nituln oonflned, but her aulTuring. WM
ao great that tho ohlld died, and her own lire wa. dejpiitr4
of. Bhe waa lold by her family pliyiielan that If ihe Imd
any more chihlrcn he foared her llf. would be Ihe f,.rtWt.
A. all Ihe remedies rlie had tried before had fall.d, ah.
applied to tho Ilotonlc l'hyaklan, Dr. RAPHAEL,,
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
HI. remodte. hail the denlrcd eflli-t i they not only prJ
rented hr from having children, but thoy aim, iuipimnl
her health. " To tH pta, Ail thinu" ahb rima."
TlielloUnlcPhyaiclan'aremodktcan bo roonimueudrd,
liecaiuo they amlnnociuit aud ante. They ojionite wttbin.J
cniuiug aiukwu or exioure. TI117 do not inlerfi-re it
the diet or occupation. They do not injure the h. altk,
but they aiecertuiu iu tlieir oll'ect. J. l'ANi'OST, M. it,
. ' 1 1 M. SlWIHiS, M.I).
Ihywlioaro mnerlnir.no maitr hat tlwlr complalDi.
can call on the Uotaliie I'liv-lriaii coulid. nlially. ny
muy rely upon relief. Ilia olllceiaut
NO. 59 EAST F1TTH STREET.
- Betwex'D Syeamorn Ptn-etand BromUuy,' ;
CINCINNATI. : 1
Conanltatlon ilullv, Rundnva eeepte,l. Olflc honri
from 10 A. HI. fo 3 clock P. JTI. '
S" reraoni at a illetanco may rommnnlnUe ccefri.
tir.NTlAl.!.I ky letter, If lh"y hld"'e (INK DOLI.AH, tbai
Conanltatlon Fee, In earn, letter. All letter., comrannto
catiunl, and Inlerviena, aro ilrirlly prirat. ami c,ia
dential. Ko answer will l: given to leiiein nuhaa on.
dollar i. inclowd a a Coiiaultatluii Keo. , -
Aildrcs. all letlera aa follows, '
DR. RAPHAEL, .
BOX No. 2463, POST OFTICE,
Ji n; CINCINNATI, OSXIO. .,
CAUTION TO TIIK ri'UI.It!.
Dr. W. Ra,.hael hna no coninH-lion wllh 1'UOFKSSOB
or Ir. W.M. Ibipnael, or with auy other g. nib iuun of
W Cut thia adverllwment oat. Wlum yon eorou,
bring It with you and .how it to Hi. gill who oucu the
door. To prevent uialakea, wk to
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF.
GKEAT WESTERN KEMEDY
" Compound Syrup of
HOPS & BONESET!
For severe Colds, sor ,'ncss of the Breast ami
Lungs, Hoarseness, Whooping CutipM'rotip,
Chronic Cough, Asthma, nnd for all disease,
of the throat.
For sale all over Ihe connU'y.
Sold, wholesnle and retail, by
j. r. erookjxs & soy.
,luM f2. A v Fr'm, Ohi. '