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Local and Miscellaneous.
Local and Miscellaneous. VAN AMBURGH IS COMING.
(r vMV'm, from, the
advertisement la another column,
thaTthiijWndid mtminoth show'
nf viW'AnnnRflH '' CaL la about to
exhlUttionl flonaSsUJi)f7'..(;&9:.-' fittdst
travelling' 4Hotkw oft wild an
mtIIWfVTii4i bowitif al xbirils;
entk ic., evdr fe'i hibited iu this
country, T'e tttdWelllbuS elephant?
Hannibal, whose wonderful per-
fortaances we witnessed more than
tw$nJy! igo,"et.ll delights the
police' ?w)tli. hi rare gifts, tvtitle
thaijsetip.)f -Wax figures, and
tbt4neiiagerie, art Till worthy of
attention 'i'u 'i'-7-' yj, '" . ' ? '
ipsnujcont' procession -will
paJflgh, onr streets on Fridayj
thet;f;M, and we hope,'ilifti
out 'citizens will patronize ih'clr
peifOTinances eb )ibefal lyi as to in
dueV.tlieia! !' Id 'gl ve ' tis anoth er
vitdttrlhg their next tour through
thfortb. ; ; . 'V '
Terrific Siege and Bombardment in
Qn.Tuceday, last, the new Store
i:i '.'Minor's building, owned by
CoVraiK, Dkem & Co having beou
fortifeed-'WUh an. immense Stock of
New Spring Goods' Bonnets, Ulb
bonsi Flowers', and Ladies' 'fixitis'
generally, was besieged by an over
whelming force of the fair box, and
actually taken by storm. The bom
bntdmonr df.''tlijr owners, - with
gftphTjatitsf' and .jsliiiiplasters, con
tiB-Ored'liH '.night closed over, tho
tomoSM are. authorized to .state,
thfttuMear8!i:c. Dt.& Co. have re
cei4'i hjf ,V'r)e!n;forccments of
msum w rrwnre,a.t( n?,
tepntest -as long as there are
them. Ladies, ako your purciio
jufekly,or you will, loso the
best baVgaius. V f
tOWttHdHt; flWrji J'uMl.e, the
jrroiftTCW8terri;'J)cntiHt. has re
. . j-uv -a A .nuU
MlVMVr; 'ftWti those- who
aol'or; jhTftj bq tprmeuted with the
ttjojache, wiil ever find a skilful,
educriteti, ' and scientific Dentist,
who will at once caBo them of their
pjaiiis; cure them of thoir plague,
and ylaceeither one, two, three, or
au entire set of teeth in their
mouths, at , a low price, and thus
glvi'thoW' ft healthy and young
. ! ' r ;
A Vy?' lg to the special
attention of our readers to Mr. N.
K'Btephenb' Dry Goods Stoic, on
Val(" Street; just opposite to the
Codrt; nous, where all sorts of the
best ol, pry .-Goods are kept in
tore'. ' Mothers and daughters,
fathers and sons, ' the season for
Bnylng and wearing light and nice
dresses hati and bonnets, gloves,
L h'af1 fully come, and . Mr.. Ste-
plieiiVand" bis oblif ing clerks are
always on, hand,' to sell the best of
jgOQ9 the lowest prices. Call,
and ask for what you want, and
you1 will find it. there at . price
1 whfch flrpleage. yon. Let genT
jtfe'm'eif ' who want "the newest, the
(best, and the cheapest hats,' call
gripon NaTj and they will go . home
' jto tBeir wives, or sweethearts, as
.,the 'case may be, new mon, to be
drnifed and loved more than ever.
jWcfaariiestly urgo all who
wish to procure the best and finest
potato 'seed on the continent of
America, to go to Mr. John Spatz
ihe Baker, two doors East of the
M.'fi. bufcti,! Main Street, where
-fhey. will find a new kind of Pota
to, large, sound; and very produc'
tlve. We"haya tried them, and
Vdeelarw that tbeyiare the bost pota-
' o wis-have ever tasted in America
'(, One produces from ten to thirteen
- ''large.-pbtatoes iu one hill. Now is
i thejUmaio plant,- call at once, or
ineywm pean gomj.
W ara tnded and in 'truth glad to ace
that tho gentlemen now in power, are resol
ved to protect andimpiove our beautiful
little cemotery. Suck aacred, hallowed, and
consecrated spots ought to be guarded, look'
ed upon,and reverenced a the silent solemn,
and sanctified home of the living dead.
S6TA farmer friend of ours, living in
the neighborhood of Sugar Valley, wants an
active lnd, of from twelve to fourteen rears
of age, who will bo well used, and kindly
treated., ;A lad pj the right stamp, may call
at the Press Oflico for particulars.
JBQTMr.' Weis, the undertaker, Is now fnt
ly prepared to supply all who may-need them,
with coffins'of the best quality, and at rea
sonable prices. Mr. W. feels himself at
home and safe licit door east of tlio M. 12,
JQTA11 whose business calls them to the
Queen City, shonlu tall at Marshall Broth
er's Wrist fifth street, where a splemlid.stock
01 urygooa s is Kepi, nna minga euiu m a
price which in these strange times, Is snr
pridjnjjly Jow' It is only by small profits
and ready money that such firms can sell at
such prioes As Marshall Brothers soil their,
dry goods." Look: in and try them." ' '
fllllE undersigned having been unpointed
X Agent fur tho Collection of the Pur
chase Moiwi, end Sale of. Lots in the
Eaton Cemetery, would give notice that all
Lots selected, munt be paid tor.
EIlecollcct, that no lot is secured un
til paid for, and Deed delivered, and is lia
ble to be rc-'ild. It is expected that overy
person that has selected a lot, will como up
immediately and pay for the same, as the
Trustees have determined to improve sa d
Grounds this, senjon, and must hnve money
to do it with. Thoso who wish for lot, will
do wdl to call aonn, as they can have
chanco at tho ("esirablo lots.
N. B. STEPHENS.
Eaton, April 13, 18C3-3t
MRS. E. LGCXW009
HAS just opened, a Store, in Coffman
Bru's old stand, ono door West of E.
Lockwood'a Boot and Shoe Store, Main St..
Eaten, where she keeps constantly on hand,
full and complete stock of .
" sucii AS '.. '..
COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR, IUCE,
MOLASSES, SslICJSS, BOAf ,
- TOBAOOO, C1GAUS,
' FLOUR MEAL.
..,. V ; , CANDIES, , ;
! Wooden &' Willow Ware.
Such as TnUs , Bnekcitfl,? Churh jlta,
ALL KINDS .OF PLOWS.
FORKS, RAKES, AXES,
LOCKS, DOLTS, &c, Ac,
Raymond, Hcls'ingcr, and Green's
PLOWS, tho best made. 1 2, or 3 horses
Double Shovels. -
Natty lookwood, Business Conductor
April z;, ieo-iy
EDITOR OF PRESS: ,
Dkab Sm: Witl , your permission I wish
sny to your readers that! will send by return
mail to all who wish ifc (free) a Recipe, with
,, r i.;- j
lull uireenons iur inuiviii; aim usiu nun'
plo Vegetable Balm, that will effectually
move, in ten days, Pimples, Blotches, lan
Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin
leaving the same soft, clear, smooth
beautiful. ' .
I will also mail free to those having Bald
Heads, or Bare Faces, simple directions an
information that Will enuble them to start
full erowth of Luxuriant Hair. Whiskers,
a Moustache, in less than 30 days. All
plications answered by return mail witnout,
ennrgo. iicspeetiuiiy, yours,
ia.ua. r. t'xiAi'.iA.i, tmemisr,
No. 831 Broadway, New York.
March 19, 1603-2m' V
m 'i To Consumptive.
milE ADVERTISER HAVING BEEN
X STOUU.D to healiu iu a lew weeks, by
very simple remedy, after having Rufl'ercd
several Toars with a scvero lunjt affection
and tlmt dread disease, Consumption!
anxious to make known to his fellow-suffer
ers tho menns of euro.
To all who desire it, he will send a
of I lie prescription used (tree ot clinrge
with the directions lor preparing ana usin
the snma. which thev will find a sura
for Canmmullon, Atthma, Jlronrluiis,
The only object ot tho advertiser in Bonding
the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted.
andsnreadinformati.iu which he conceives
to be invaluable, and hi hopes every suiter'
er will try his remedy, as it will cost
nothing, and mav piove a blelwng.
Rev. EDWARD A. WILKON,
Williamsburg, Kings County, Now Vork.
April 23, 1803 3 m ,
r : Jacob P. Achcy's Estate.
THE undcrsignod has been duly amrnin
and qualified Admiuistrator of the
tnte of Jacob P Achey, ' lato' of .
county, Ollo, doeeascd. . . ..
JOHN T. DEEM, Admr,
Gilmoro k Campbell, Att'ys,
April 10, 18C3-31 .M ,
CORRECTED WEEKLY FOR THE PRESS.
Flour .2 00
Wiikat .....I 10
Ciih;kkX3, per doz. ...
Corkmeai,, per bush.
Wood, por cord
T BEG to inform my friends and the public
general that I hnve been long enoug
behind a saloon, and I have therefore re
moved to a shop close to the McthodiBtr
Church, just next door east ot ihj church,
under the shadow of the sanctuary, where I
will be found always on hand, to prepare
COFl''INS, and act as Undertaker for all
who will be kind enough to favor mo with
their orders I need uot add that I keep a
first class HI) AHSE. E. WKISK.
April 9, 180:i-tf
Pine Farm forSa
A SPLENDID FARM, situate -1 miles
west fro n Euton, on the '.Vest road,
and containg 220 acros, is offered, for sale.
140 acres are cleared and nrtderMflhco, and
aboettiOf rc-veltimVefed; mill." abuii;
dance of water for all purposes. Tho fdrm
has on it two good Dwellings, with all neces
sary outbuildings; two excellent Barns, and
threo Orchards. Prico $10 per acre; pay
ments to suit purchasers.
Jf'iy-For further particulars inquire of W.
FEUGUSON, Editor "Democratic Press."
April 9, 1803-tf
Simeon L. Gard, plt'ff, 1 Before C. M. Itohrer
vs. I J. 1'., ot homers
William P. Green, Township, Preble
del t. J county, Uluo.
N the 30th day of March, A. D. 18(12
said Justice issued an oMnf Attach
ment in the above action, for t.u? sum ot
Fifteen Dollars. Soniers Township, April
li, 1803. SIMEON L. GARD.
April 9, 18G3 3w
avid llowimaii,etal.,Def ts.
rnO-David Bowsman, of Madison county
ludiaiin: Julia I ence, Jaeo.j Pence
tor llarslininu, Arininda llarshiiuin, Polly
Micluiian, Adam liarsluniiu, Surah Harsh-
nian, asiington tiarKlimiHi, uunstiana
nrdhiuau and Barbara tlarsnman, ot 1 ike
county, Illinois: Sarah Snyder, Adam Sny
der, GcorcoVV Bowsman, Hester a imonroac
David Alinonrode, and Jioau UuWdinan, et
landoliili county, Indiana:
iou will taiie no'.'.cc iai on tuc 4iii uny ot
pnl, A. U. lSG.i, the uiulersigned Meil a pe
tition in tbo Court ot Common finM ot Pie
ble couniv. Ohio, where the same is now
Pn bio Com
pending, demanding partition of the folio
ing premises, situato in the county of Prel
and State t f Ohio, and described us follows.
to-wit: Thcnortheastqnnrternf section twelve
(12) iu Township No. eight () in Hange JSo.
ouo l) casttc.coij.lMinng iw acres, more
5 qWr.-U ".;!.fL--l. lut'lA,; .
Also, lwentv-hve acres oil n! ihenortlicn
f the north' west. (itwityr f j;iioiv''iSi6.
seven 1 1 ) in Township N o. eight ()ol Range
No. two (2) cast, ic.
And also, hlty acres oil ol 1 no north end
f tho northeast quarter of section No. seven
(7) in Township No. eight (8) in Range No,
two (2) cast. sc. lue threo tracts contain
ng, iu the aggregate, zJj acres, more
Tho undersigned demands that partition
be made of said premises as follows: To the
uudersigncd one-eighth; to David Uowsmnn
Julia Pence, Sarah Snyder, Gcorgi- W Bows'
man. Hester Alinonrode, and JNnah Jiows-
man, each one-eighth; to Peter Hurshman,
Arminda Hnrshmnn, roily Uarshman, Adam
Hurshman, Sarah Hurshainn. Washington
Harshman, Christiana Uarshman und Bar
bara Harslunan, each one sixty-fourth; sub
cct to the dower in the whole premises here
ofore assigned, b? metes and bounds,
Deborah Bowsman, widow of Adam Bows
At tfce next term of said Courtan applica
tion will bo made by the undersigned for
order that partition may be made, &c, of said
premises. JAMES BOWSMAN,
iiy Ull.MORK UAMrilKI.I., 1113 Ally J.
Attest: C. V. Laush, Clerk.
April 9, 18G3-UW
J. II. FOOS. J. 13. STEPHENS.
, F00S & STEPHENS,
EATON, OHIO. . ,
"T7TLj attend promptly to all business
,VV1 entrusted to thoir ate, In Pwhne'iiiid
special attention will be pnm to tne pro
f l.F.TTFRS CIV AHMTMSTRA.
TlOff and GUARDIANSHIP, the SETTLE
MENT OF ESTxVTES, the COLLECTION
OF DEBTS, PAP.TLTIONING OK LANDS,
and to tho execution of DEEDS, MOKTGA.
GES.and all kinds of CONVEYANCES.
BtiTOftice over Stephens at Co s Store,
Main street, immediately opposite the Court
Daniel Wright's Estate.
"VTOTICE is hereby givon that the under
1 siL'iied has been: duly appointed
qualified as Adininistrator of tho estate
Daniol Wright, lato of Preble county,
SOLOMON MORNINGSTAR, Adm'r.
Gilmoro & Campoell, Att'ys.
April 1C, 1803. t -
W. i, OII.MOBB. i. V. CAM1BEI.L.
GILMORE & CAMPBELL,
Attorneys & Counselors at
"" AND NOTARIES PUBLIC.
jQf.OfReo on Baron Srtfl(t. west side,
doors north ot Alain stref
; : THE GKEAT
FIRE II fflBEI,
MARCH 12, 1853,
E. A. WILSON
IS STILL ON HAND AT
Xlio Tcw St mid,
EST ONE D00ES!9
NORTH OF THE POST OFFICE
Whero they want you to
Drop in and Say! Drop in and Sec
CHEAP as THEY CAN EE FOB, CASH
Tho stoclc consists in part as follows:
Tea, Coffee, Sugar,
rinoTitllo Salt, in sacks;
Di'icd Beet, Bologna,
Best Family Flour
,. , - AND . ..... ,i) r.: ' . '.iu
'.Cor ii M cal,
All kinda of Tipcs.
Starch. Sodn, Daking Powder,
. Lots of Matches, Lead & Cups,
Coal Oil. Concentrated Lye,
ANY QUASI ITY OP
NOTIONS AND COKFECTiCNS
COMBS, &c, Ac,
TOYS! TOYS! TOY'S! TOY'S
By the "Cord!" and
1000 rind 1 OTHER LITTLE FIXERS
Too big ajob to mcnt'on; except
Served to order. And wo will have
tho season opens.
Wo also keep on hand a fine bt of
Stctl unb Xiti03rap pictures
And OIL PAINTINGS, samples of Giltan
Rose Wood MOULDINGS, ready to frame
you any kind of a piuturo, at War l'ricej
PROP IN !
rtr. DROP IN !
WILL. J; WILiON,
For E. A WILSON, Prop.
Tr tin Weaver, Adm r (if
luvid Woulvei ton, dec d,
C'aty June Weaver, ct ul
Court. Petit ion
to complete mil
Weaver, Miu tliii
ATY lane Weaver
J Jane Voung, Young, John WooUcr-
mi mid Margar.-.t Woolvertoii, will lake no
tice that on tho 8th day of April, 1803, John
enver, administrator ut the estate ol I'uvid
Woulvorton, deceased, filed in tho Probate
tourt, within and for the county of Preble
and Mine oi unio, a pennon aiiegiiig mai
m tho Vtliluy of March, A li. IS3!, the said
lavid Woolvertoii, then in full life, eniered
. -I . ,
1110 a loiitriu-t iu writiujr wihi our dosepn
Berry for the sale of the following tleti-iibod
Mil estate, situate in paid county ot I reoie
md btato ol Ulno, to wn: j lie wesi niui oi
. . a . ... i. .. ... ... ri
.Seliool Lot AO. 8 in cecTioil io. in, i own-
ip No. 8. of linngn 1, cast, Ac., upon the
following terms: that the said Joseph Bony
uid iiaid in fall for mid premises, and that
. . , . i i
said noolverioii was io ihiikc a goon ami
sallieii'iit deed of conveyance for fcuid preiu-
es to said Berrv. so soon us the said David
V'otilvcrton shouM ohtv.in a derd tor the
whol.! of said lot from the State of Ohio'; that
aid deed has been olitaiio'd from tlicSiateol'
Ohio; nnd that Cuty Jane Weaver, WVnvcr
i .1 I - . T. 1... l'....l
.iianna iiiiiie lounjr, - i i.nuini num-
verton. and Margaret Woolvertoii tiro the
huirs at law and legal representatives of said
cedent. , '
The pruvor of the petition is for authority
to make a deed to the siu'd .Joseph Berry s
Executors in behalf of sit'd heirsal law.
Said iMitilioii w.114,0 l'i',U-nuiruu .tr.e
11th day of May, A.n. d9t;:l, tit ub soniUh(re-
iner as leave ot the lour, can be obtained.
JOHN WEAVER, Adm'r or
David Woolvertoii, doe'd.
By Gn.MouK.t Cami'iiki.i., his Atty's.
April '.I, lsti:; 3w
iff. li Midi.
ViLSON & MEYER,
WOL'U) N'OTIEY THE HEEK EAT
ING citizens of Eaton and vicinity,
that they hnve just opened a
Bit 13 .A. T SHOP
CN BARON STREET. One Door North
of IhO Eagle Hotel, where they purpose
to have coii-tantly on hnnd No. 1 llecf and
the finest Mutton and best Pork that the
country can allord. They nro d.tcrinined
to meat the public on good terms for the
"Heady John,'' and ask a liberal nharo of
Eaton, April 15' lSC3-tf
William Risin.irer, AJui'r
of Peter llaishmun,dee
ury Uarshman, wulow,
oieph Uii.'j!i",.aii, nnd
rflO Joseph llarjliiniin, Peter Ila rshman,
X and Moses Uarshman, who rcs'.do iu the
Stale ot Illinois, Barbara Glincs and James
S. Glincs, who reside iu tho State of Iowa,
he'rs at law of Peler ILirshinaii, deceased :
Yoa are herehr notified that n illiam Ki
nder, ndiniiiislrator of tho estate pf Peter
Ilarshiiiaii, deceased, on thef Llth day
April, A. li. I?p, filed his petition in Ihe
Probate Comti 1 iii'ii r.Sil fdc.ihi Countv ol
Preble and Statii-of brrf. Ail't-iiiir that the
personal estate of said dvi.ed-'iit i.i insu'li-
eiil 'o pay ins UeDts nua t .e cnanrcsroi
iiiiiiisteiiiig his estate; that he died
seized in tec simple ot tne loiiowing de
scribed real estate, situate in said county cf
Preble, and State ol Ulno, to-wit:
Tract No 1 Tho East half of the North-
est nuarter of section ISO. nine ()
Towushii No. eight (8) of Range No. two
(2) East, contnimng 81) acres more or less.
11 ait 11 u. . I'uib vm niw nuiiirvii.il
uarter ot section o. nine (9) lownslnp
to Boll lund to
No. eight (i) of Range two (2) Last, &c,
containing seven nnd J acres'.
Tract No. ii The south-west quarter of
section No. nine (0) of Township No. cijiht
(t) of Range Nu. twelve (12) East, &c, (ex-
eiit ten acres out ot the nortn-west corner
thereof,) containing lot) acres more or less.
Iract .No. 1 A part ot the south halt ot
tho south-east qnartcr of secticn No. eight
(H) and n part of the north-east quarter of
section No. seveuUeu (17) of Kongo No.
two (2) East. &c, containing 117, 40100
icres ot land.
Tract No. 5 The North end of the middle
part of the North half of section No. bix
ten ( lfi)in Township No. eight (8) ot Ranee
No. two (2) East, &c, containing -10 acres.
Tract No. 6 Ten acre: cf land lying in
tho north-east corner of the north-west
quarter of section No. seventeen (17) of
Township No. eight (H) of Range No. two
(2) East, ic, known as the Stackhousc Lot.
haid tracti nro particularly oescnuea Dy
mctcs nnd hounds uisiiid petition, and con-
tain iu the o;f!;ro''nto 105 21-100 acres, bo
the same moro or less, that Mary Ilurshman,
as widow of said decedent, is entitled to
lower in said premises, and that Joseph
Uarshman, Peter Uarshman, Mises Ilursh
man, Uarhara uuncs, James evtjtniies,-sauy
C'hrisuian, John Uarshman, Lewis J. Harsh-
man, Lctiliu Kiuiinel, Goorgo Ivimmel, Eliza-
both llarslunaii, Mar" Mills, Joseph Mills,
Harriet Mills, John Mills, Mnitin V. Uarsh
man, Belinda Brown, Smith P. Brown, Sam
uel Hai'shmau, Peter Row and Luther Row,
as his heirs at law, hold the next cstuto ol
The object and prayer cf said petition s
for the assignment of dower to said Mary
Hurshman, and for a sale of said premises,
or so much thereof as may be necessary to
pay tho debts of said decedent, to bo sold
subject to said dower estate
Said petition will uo ler hoartng on the
10th day of May, A. D. 1803, or as soon
thereafter as counsel can bo heard.
Adm'r of Peter Uarshman, dee'd,
By Gu.MoiiE & Camwikt.l.
April lCth, 1803 It. Pr. f. 811 00.
James Deniston's Estatc.-
fTWIE unJcrsigncd hits been npiiointcd Ai
X liiiiiiatrntor of tlio rstule of James
Domston, lute of i'reblo county, Ohio, da
JAMES CAMTBELL, A.dm'r.
fiilmovo & Ciiiiipbull, Att'j-n.
GOOD NEWS AT LASU9.I3
. Triancrer-fntllng DR. KAIMIAKL U the best, Iloiue.
Ofwli wl)u til othtri liavc felled, -5-
AlL WHO ARE IN TROUBLE?,
All wlio have been unfnrttiiiat4, ill wliuee (tn! linnw bave
bmn dlMppointcd, crtmbeil, urn) tbuteil, uit-ho Hat beetr s
educed bjr fiilxe promttes and iliweit, wbw hTtt bes
4eelveU aucl tritlvd will, till gu to him fur aUke an J to
He mukn your mtrtfnrttinpi pttM away, ho- makes ih
bui'ler and tnty ot your eneniire full htiraitaKM, will lie
nutaitii your cluirHcUr ttiul reectiitUlty in tiite of evil
report end ruiuori. All whu are in dun lit of the afrc
tloiif of ihiNM thy love couhuI! Iilm to rvlftve ami twtUfy
their minda, and to find uul if their bright auknrni
kojje ttlll be realized.
m LOVE ATT AIR 3 HE NEVER
'-. TAILS. Vdfl., I
lie btw tlm lecret ef wiiinliiK tbo alTuctJonn of the oppo
lito et'X. Ho guides Urn tiiiiUt to a woultliy und htippy
marrinffo, and mulct tlte iiuu-tied htippy. Hie aid nd
advice liu been aolkited iu iuuuuiuruble iueUuoeai audi
the reeult baa alwayu been , L-f.iiii
A SPEEDY & ZXAPPT MARRIAGE.
To miika tblugv mora mre, ho nhojr.you tha like
ne of r. lj e.W
TOUR rtJTURE HUSBAND OR W1TE.
Ilo will tell you tlx'ir clrcuoMt.inca and their ftjUirajf
proHictt; and wlutt In ln-ttT tliuu ull, Up nm tir you
their thothn end what their " n-rf iiil ntionH are.
Wlint la Iwllvr Biill, lie cun trll vuu if tlwy aill make you
lr. Hnphnol s tlifn-fiTo, a Miin- dt-pmik-itai. "v
Tu all In litiriiiiPHH bin ih in in iuvaLualile. Ke Cnn fore-
tell, with thi gnutMt ci'i'ttiinty, tlw riniilt uf all oonnnr-
ciai nnn mimncsi traittaictioiiH aim iM-mniiont. nr. bii
phuel interpret drtam fur loll ury unmU-in with ffuntlttug
LOTTERY NUMEERS , A
aTPD without niiy cxtiu clinrge. ,
KCICE GOOD NEWS!!!
f)Il. KAPHA KL will aust y-or H'.n-wpe br write ahtir
oallvtiy. Kvity maw, thriie;h tin IrnMi aad bamdlii of
tho liiU'l. who Id u Uid lndt Httd wlm am nnt nt on in
tho worlil, Bhotit'i bo iu ocMiuii of hi lluruticupe, aud
get Dr. lUiplmorn ' L'
Written Opinion of hit Fntnro Ptoo-
pects in Life.
It will g'dde him to wonttli, nutnt-ncf, and honor.
Thousand of ikkI lumi, who wiru in i fortunate atri nn
luL-cofiNfiil in lli'-ir tumineM men who worked Inird, eoi
who triif.'tih'd aK'iinxt adventity and luiDfortune tho Krvatvr
purt of thoir livttH, and who found the more tlu-y triid to
Kt forward In the world tho tnoro tliinn went iifiiifrwt
them: Theee iiivti got Ur. llnphm rH written opinkm upon
thfir futnrn pmnpit In lifi. All thou who wlwly fol
lowed Dr RHphtl'u advice are now
RICH, HAPPY, AND SUCCESSFUL
la alt their undertaking; while thoae who wpre bllndM
by pri'jiidlco and Ignorance, m-nleotod hit advloe atv UU
laburlog against adversity and iwerty.
WEALTH, EMINENCE, AND GOOD
aro wltliln tlio ronch of all. If yon wlub to bo rich and
bapy you will conHiilt hiiu nliw.
GOOD NEWS for tho AFFLICTED. '
Ho liafl the Rift, anil can tell the afnir-M tho cntiM of
their dinPiiHO unit Biill'iTlnK. Ho cnn nlm 111 whotW hf
can do curou or not, iuiu laviug 1110 auilclou iahu uuabio
CoDHiiltutiont daily, Sundays oxecpted. Office boon
from 111 A. M. tos. P. M.
All Intcrvlewa aro atrlcHy private nnd confldoDthu.
Therefore wo say, go ouo I go all t and consult r
Tbo Aitrolog-or of tha 19th Cantor?; '
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREETy
Hotween Sycnmoro Stroot and Broadway, '
PRICKS BKDURED TO SniT THE TIMES.
MrTornn for VlKitore. ladles nftr cents: Oentlenua
' ono dollar, for each ounsullnllon. When yon oalh; .
ASK FOR THE DOCTOR,
, tt will proTent mtstukea.
TUUT by lotter, if Ulcy Incloae ONK DOLLAH, IbrJDoiH
sulutloii F, Iu Mil lllur. All Wlm
tious, and Interview", are strictly private and coawseeje
tlal. No answer will bo civen Ui Utters unloM oa4o-
Ur is luclusud as aConenltulion Fee. fm
Address all lutters as follows :
DR. RAPHAEL, : ; i(
BOX No. 2463, POST OFFICE,
CINCINNATI, OHIO. . ...
Let It utrkvlr nruUTftnow
that the price named n a consultation fee iys for a con
sultation only. It dues not -pn.T for the Uoclur's written
oiiiuiiiuof A-yur futuro prusiHicts in lift'. It does not pay
foMMAiim the aajlCb.if ,e 91119 JS2f.?
consulumaliuuof u li;il'iy liuirriiiirf, n.ir f.irdilimrnriyTjtneT
busincs. nanit4Ji(l8u Ivortl ntl.Tho Doctor
bos a nxed priw for doiiiK oacli w'iKxriTti' Initilnftis. In your
consbltatldu witbtUeDuetorrfou l.uvii how yuucap.llw
tho fond hope nearest yunr heart ; yon'are'totd Kow yoa
can get all you want, mid how yimt dullness buejlt k'e
done o that it can not fuit Ho will foretell what is your
DESTIS i. Iu short, ho will ti ll what Is buroro )-6n. etc.
Caution to tto Pallic.
Dr. W. Raphael, tlia Artrolmrer, has no connection
with PBOFKSSOK or Pr. W. M. Kaphael, or with anr
other gentlctaaa of the samo name.
sWCut this advortlHcmcnt our. When ' TO ;eo,
bring it with you and show It to tho girl who'opau thai
door. To prevent mistakes, ask to , y
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF.' :
LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
And learn that a perfect nnd radical cnra'Ia wafraaWd
and goarunteed to all who ara amktd with wankiwa,
debility, nenotw complainta, moUucholy tlitmchta da
preasion of iplrita, ditrM aod angiiitih of tuinX, lima of
sloop, low of memory, low of entry und niiuclhiT ptrww,
puny growth, wanting away, and a wioit of contidenco in
thenltu-lvcs, ftilutliiR rlti, couvulrrivo trcnibllngi, inipo-
tvueo and diriiOHt of llfn.
11 K A It WHAT TUB MKHICATi PltESS SAYS.
Boiuu nhyukiana n-qulre to be told the nature of your
dim-ABOthe ENGLISH BOTANIC PUYtCLAKrdoca
not. Ilia perfoct knowloilge of tlio human sjutmu enabtt-a
liim todeBcribo tliodiManeawithtHitajiy Utforniatlon froin
tlio patient, to explain IU original cnut',nndtOnmrwBta
iUvure, And, wbut UmoroTBlniiblcatiH,h w3ilthoftctly
and frankly tell whothor yoit cnn ba cured or not; All
bis communications and iuleniewa aro atrictly prif ajta
and conttdential. &ilicl Journal. , ,
The botanic Uemdioa of Dr. Uaiiluwl. tha fitijtffah fto
tanic Physician, never foiled yet to niiiko n tkm fv-r", nMH
cal, and iwrmnncnt enm of ALL Pit IV AT It, HiXBIiiT,
AND VLSKKXAL 1H8EASK8, without Miami of Lw
cury, without hiudorouca from buslnefw, und withont
lar of diacovury or oxttonuro, N'u dcudly puixonif, inch
an oTBenic, mix vomica, opium, or any other poiaomi.
N marcwy nor any dciidly roinprula nuthlnif but purely
Ycotablo Botanical RerucdhMare wed by thih Wsadr-rful
Iluiunic I'hybiciun. Ilia Botanic ltommUirwvwpytfrt4
to cure the modtobatlnate and the wont duuKcroiia caaca,
aud to remoTo-all mercury aud other impuritivafrbm tha
syatttm when all other iU'tuedica bail Ikik-d. iMiinl
Journal. ' ' i H
OOtI NRW8 FOR SINGLE ME3T COKTBTOTiAjr.
INO U A Kit I AG K. IK'iO wlmt tlw. QalUitwrH oucrai
pondeutof the Uddfflhtw, Booiubore MrylauVtuili va
Thursday, the .Hlat Qf iHay, lHJ; ' ' " ''
t Kuil!roui curt'H of dirtt'iisfa canned by early indiscre
tion having bean peHbrined by tire KnH BJl Ottal'iiy
eicinu, 1 feci it my duty, hnving a kuowU-ile of tbem, to
itate the tact, btdiovJnRtbattii:doibg s(i awqpdlwrv
Ice to the unlTL'riiig. - Oua otte iu imrtkulor tliat of a
young man in thia city bt worthy of note, lie had
become the victim of a habit, tha mre aUuHbw to which
causes a shudder, and after yearn of sullen nf; and doctor
ing gave up all hiee of recovery. He wlxbcd to murry,
and wua dearly beloved by aa sweet a girl an over Itaped
words of iitTcction, but he won foarful, nervous, aud proa-.
trated. lie dured uot wed ou account of tho Hhuttered
flUto of liis ayHtem. He aoiiKht relief ut the ..amU uLiha
Hotftiiio Physicinn, and, aatoninhing an it nmy wen all
tho bloom and vigor of youth haa returned, and no je
uow i no nappy minor ui a pair o? bright iwya."
Any whu arosunurIng,no mat ter wlmt their complalflt,
can call on the Botanic physician confidentially.' Tbn
may reiy upon rciut. tn ijince is at no. ov AjV
JTU'Tll Bot.SycauiureSt.aud Bruadway, CINCINNATI.
wiJUk a ... " '
R. G. D. McKEMY, 1
JUSTICE OF THE TEACE,
O E F 'l C E :
Soulh-ircst corner of Main and flcmj Sto.
8Collectiou8 and- Rpmittirjccs
prorditly made. .
OLD IliOIV. i
OLD IRON taken in exchange for goods
at It. Reynolds' Stove and Tin Manufac
tory, West Main St., Eaton. . . ' i,:" 3
Fob. 5, m-i-li '