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-!)lt. WM; HALL'S v
inmntictiv V Daelino. -Asthma,
?aA1. ' T .4V-I.
.BjoncfiUiB,.. Wanting . of MosIj,
' ruga! owoiuh, opiums 01 .dioou,
Hooping CoufflDiflloulty of
Breathing, Colds, Coughs, Influ
au.ajtua, PhMiinio, Fain in the Side,
. and all Disoasoa.of tho Lungs,
lull ...j j
0 10,009 UOLI.AK.I UHWAttD
!8 OFFERED FOB. A BETTER RECEirT
ko opir ji, ca'i.om kt,, xoa mineral poison i
,3 A hlfo forVlio m'ileHoat child.
It is cstimalea
"rt in "tho U. Blutcs,
TTt'llKS with' coiisuiiip.
' thai a vast num.
her of tho-io could
lm saved ly the
timely uso ( tmte f irt ii)ifl9l.
I)B. Hall's Balsa w strikes nrtho rnntof Ihj
nil not entirely .isUed Willi its merits.
maV.fcftai H W Ifcv IwrlelMrfm!
Tho moat diiltsii',couh is frequently ro
liove.1 bv ft single ".Ve, mi f lifokeu lip ill a
fidrhAun' tiroo. "lliJ MiMM do not have
torta koltlo after. t.,rtlo hflhru they tin t
wliawioi this wiily will ntlbrd relief r not.
The' puliUoi haw 4iin Impon-d upon l.y
rcmi'li', iniiiiii"ii'lt d by rcrlillnit which
hire alwuys tiri'innlj'd from S'.mo unknown
wurro. Wo beli.'ve.Uint a mmlicine I'oness
af renl-mrriU will .Mi-el ciin-n u ueravor it
i UHvl,ul h'nw in well n-T n'.M'oii.l. This is .
u I'iir.",' iri.j pr.Mi:ir;i! in, but mi! yl:ic!i if
used iu "CUIU will H.SVC ill'! lives uf IllOll-
I'. In-. .?!.. nre in tiwrn:: e:pcs,
wh.ir.' i'i.: 111 i t o'iilli'iil i!iv-:i';.'uh in this
fO'.in'.r.- iiu I iu K n'"p-j h.r.v lj-."-ri p;ii;,!h'c1,
iiii.l b i"ve cuvrriseil their skill In vain.' Cases
which ihi-y li.ivo proiiniiueed InfiirnljV, and
urroii'i".i'-l 1" hopi-Ims li'vnn 1 n ibmbt,
leaving 111" I : i without a 9iir,'!o r:iv to
n'.ircii llut'ii in ilwir "loom, linve b 'en eiired
ly Hr. Itill'i IliKiui, and tlio " vii-tinn of
u.ni'im;i!i'Mi" u m now vi.;nn.ii.i inid strong
in tba in 'l ro'n-t ni'i n: in. And Iheso
runs nr) n it i.-inlni 1 .1:1 m ; they are nitnier
us, and .ti be io;tiii:l oMt in every com
munity v'.i.'j-e this mo.-t u.irivr.k'd remedy
has been touted.
Uo li)'V, III mi, to lieliev the oft-reprhied
ton' : about, ties lnii?f bciii? q.me j or rather
let no such a prehension indueo you topive
up. Act upon the principle, that while there.
Il hie inert In.pe. ou cmi never be no low
Uul you may hoi IiimI, luiimuily ejieukiuf,
indtail's llaLyni. Mure than one, nay, hun
dreds Las il tr.;i'.;ht uliuo.t lroui deulh to
life, wlu.ii nil ul.e bud luiled. (jive, then,
Ihis Hr.v'er:'ul but liiintiletiH ivtnrrly a trial.
full 011 the ngeut mill -e.t t ili.; LU t grails.
Tim Irvuiiito oil m iir.U'.plii'ii nUne is worth
the priee lor llm tiudieii.r. 1'u v ill tnd cer
ti:icsitws) " pbysieiniw in i'neini:uli, nnd'of
oilmn thO-Ki euros luive Lrib rl'itti'il ttrc at
huui,.bero Uuy eun be leuud.
IF HYSICIAfiS WILL USE IT, WHY IS IT
","flOT:$"FE FOR THE PEOPLE?
.' ' ClvdW.iTI, '0V. I.
UnWttn.-A. r,. Srorit.-. i Co. '
Dear f iis. 'I ho public fcncrnlly are fully
ware of the il'.-iin wis r. n medics for ilis
ned lni;g.', uiMit li e titles ef Fnrrtiini
rillus, l'ills, l'lnsti-rf, J.iiiinunts, tte., ttiat
re fluily bn npiit to rl.tir i.-l!cc tlironli tho
jiiwi- r j-irs, ly vvtv nf i.,hi rlinim i.tt. My
oi'.'ei i 111 Ttri.nip tliis l.ctn for ublieiilion fs
to induce the M.blic.pr 1.1 Ur.st li:n:e who nro
oll'.irtied, (if they ti ill vse puttut medicines,)
lo iih' ni.e tbi.t contain iiriielu cl ieal use in
julaciiiiiy ilisrni es. J 1 m fi nrcii us that in
to doing J urn aelinp :i;r M unjiioftM ioiinlly,
na den jr.'Ji vy to the iuterols pf medical
cicKce uul the 1 cj-n:!nr ) rr.ctitiii:c:t trmcdi
'J'be nndieine to bii li I refer is Hr. Jlall't
ii.l(ifi for lie Lungs. 1 lave prescribed it
in Ja.ge l.uinl cr cl ;cr ui:d always with
ntcecM. C'to can in arliculiT le which I
wish now to refer, was given up by eevcra.'
physio ans who bed I cn culled in consiilta
liou.T.iih myself. The pnlirnt hr.d all tho
symptoms of cctf;;o:cd twttiiliiptlor, Such
Hi ot!d nlcbl twtiils, hectic fever, linriif.Mi.g
rough, wiinn iitiiiui d pain in the lobe of tho
r'jl 'unp, ivtKiidctl with fevcre diarrheal
lo ommeiWl iirirr.tdiotely tc pet better by
Iho tat of lliu nbov. named ir.edirinr, anil
was soon rerioied to bis iimiiiI liratilit I
havo nlsiil'iuiul 1'r. XI si tl riilsiiin tlio meet
valuanio esiei'toinnt Ut bienkirc up dis-
ucssing conshs .ai'.'l c' los 111 1 nav
yv. d:(t:giit, m. i.
More rtysiciana'. Tcstiincay.
S3 Wo, the niltrr,ier.cd ThysiciMiS of ,
Cinoinfiati, crrtiiV thirf lr. AY right's stale-1
menta aro cntdMtoHio fn"3 qonfidenco
of tho public, 'and' n can fully corroboruto
what H hi il..iii.' M l'r lull's
Balsam in a number of cases vviih Hit Itu .
xf.Miri ri.-.-w r-now s I kit , P4 siiottw
For sate th PropiicirTOi i . -in 'in
l. sCovili 'c$.
Vo. U'Wost Eighth Strcot, CinoinnaU.
i i -
A HEW HEATH
SwiLSOiM & MEYER,
"II7"0(II.L) N'OTH'Y TUB BKliF KAT-
V lbti clliiti'iis of JCutuii nU viainity,
th.it tlif UiAVo jilsl (Vii'in.v(l il
31 13 A.T ': S II O I
ON BLtbty STEEET. Cuo Doorliovth
"f the Eagle Hotel, whore tiw puriiosc
t 1 have eou tuiitly 1111 Imnd 1V0. 1 licet' uix!
the liii$.st,lJijttli, ilid best tliut. tjic
iMuiilrj-Wnntl'iriU: Tliej' uri; il.tciininocl
t 1 HC(((.ti. (ji-lilif 'iiu j;ni,d Iniins I'm' the
linidy Julm,-' und .tsh a, lihei ut bhuro of
ll triMMIXsV. H."7 v , ''
1,1) ll. taWi iu nvc'iau
lor .. ;
at ft.' Roy Hli! ,fy 'Strive; iiii'l I'i
lui v. kI V'iiii St., biUn.''
iMfJO sK-v ; 4 i '
rillil' unilersigncd hac, i! 'v-jiar
ncisuii) lor the purpose ul bciiaii crcir
sucn as (
Wheat Corn Eye Oati ann
Also; Vlorer, Timtthi.ixnd J!taxlccd,tj
wlvii'h they will pay the highest market pricf;
in bnnkaulc luuds, at tuo are llouso ot U
Vannurdul & Co. ,
They have on hntirl, and for snlc, Kokomo
bhinglea and loughiogheny Coal. '
Furmera 01 e : particularly requeBted to cnl
lis J Beo them bel'nre selling elsewhere.
P1NNEY & CAMTJJELL.
' DEARLY AU DISEASES ORIGINATE WITH
When tho Liver is diseased the Bilb becomes
iipure, and tendo U deroiiRO tbo whole sys
tem. This Impuro Bilo being thrown into
the Stomach, causes a bad taste in the mouth,
the Tongue being more or less furred, with,
in most eases, dizziness and puin in tbo head.
Tho Bile then passes fjpm tba Stomach into
IMPURE STATE OP THE 1II.OOD,
and tends to e.oso tho pores of the skin, which
organ becomes dry and husky. It also tends
to impair tho action of
as will bo seen by the color and quantity ol
IDE.. MOTT'S ,
VEGETABLE LIVER PiLLS
will promote a healthy
action of the Livor, and
will change this impure
llile lo a lieiillby state.
To prevent or remove the
secretion of unhealthy
bile, these Fills have a
spociflo action on the
Liver; after uiingtbcm,
tho tongue will become
smooth and clean, the
tasle will become natu
ral, and digestion be rendered easy. The Pains
In the Head, Baok, and Stomach, will bo
removed. The Bewels will become cleansed
and regular, TUB BLOOD l'UItE AND
HEALTHY, and the Urine nalurnl.
Although these Pills are most searching
in their notion upon tho wholn system, yet
they r.re harmless, even for the most deli
cate system, as thoy contain no Mercury
or mineral in any form, but aro composed
eutiroly of vegetable substances.
IIVEE COMPLAINT CURED.
Imdianapoi.is, October 12, 1858.
M.KSSR3. A. L. ScnviM, Jfc Co.
G'ciis. . I am hardly able to ex
press my gratitude for tho benefit which my
daughter has derived from tho use of Dr.
Mott's Livor Pills. S'Ac had been troubled
with what tho physician culled Liver Com
plaint; but our doctor failed to give her any
permanent relief, uUhough she tried his pro
scriptions effectually. Bhohud become mel
ancholy, unhappy, and her constitution was
much brokon down by tho use of Mercury.
BI10 tried Dr. Mott's Livor Pills, and soon
bogan to got tpttcr. I am happy to say that
sho ha3 now entirely recovered her health.
Ukuaxa, Ohio, September 25, 1858.
MtissM. A. L. S;ti!i.i. A Co.
Gents.: I hnvo been troubled with
torpid action of the bowels for six or seven
years, which has been the euuo of a great
deal of suffering lo me, and 1 hnd to deprive
myself of many kinds of food, it ml used much
oatmeal, etc., "until 1 got Dr. Kstt's Liver .
Pills, and find that thoy keep my liowels
regular, and I now eat'niiytliing that my
family docs. I most confidently recommend
theso "l'ills lo Ihoso who nro troubled with
constipation of the bowels.
Truly yours, JOHN FLEMISO.
fc CiMnaiDiiE, Isn., Feb I, lSj8.
Messrs. A. L. Scoviu. .1 Co.
Gcifts. .-This is lo certify thiit 1 have
used Sr. Mott's Livor Pills in bilious attacks,
and found them to bo tho best Tills that I
ever used for that purpose; and 1 have also
used Ilium as a Cathartio Mediciuo, and have
found but little uso fur a Physician siuco 1
had thorn in my family. . 1 ,".
,. Yours, truly ASA FP.EXCII.
: DYSPEPSIA,' OR INDIGESTION.
; This is gimcrnlly ultended with our stomach, -loss
of appetite, nausea, flatulency, .heart,
burn, costiveness, heat in (ho stomach when
empty, a pain iu the side, paleness of the
countenance, languor, low spirits, disturbed
I sleep, pains in the head, Ac.
Spm.NcnF.LD, Onto, Ju'y 1, 1859.
Messrs. A. L. Scovill A Co.
Gents.: I have found Dr. Mott's .
liver Pills oua of tho best medicines . lot ,
" Dyspepsia that J fiver used..' I had bcon, .
alllicted with th disease lot Jiiitfs ,Uisu six
'months,' and, my victuals .disturjM. .mj
gained in weight, since usiug Hum, being
ten pounris Heavier man wnen 1 commcueeu.
I owe my euro solely to ujo of the Pills.
' BIIIOUS FEVER CUBED.
PonTSMOUTH, O1110, April I, lbi9.
Messrs. A. h. Scovii.l & .
Gaits.: I have been, for years, sub
ject to attacks of BiliouJ Fover i and Bome
limes I have been laid up for months, and
my svslcm left in a feeble slate by the use of
strong mediciuo, wiicu was given to mo by
I havo been using Dr. Mott's Liver Pills
for some timo. I find lhat 1 eun break thoso
attacks in a day or so, and escape entirely
the fever. My daughter had on attack of
Dyspepsia, wliieh distressed her much ; eha
could not cat scarcely anything withouu(bo
eoming nauseated at her stomach eontinunlly.
Bomo time sinco sho got and has beep nsing
Dr. Mott's Ii7er Pills, and sho now is like
another being. I have timnd also that they
re the most'vnluable Pills for Broaking Of
Colds, Headache, Pains in the Side and Back.
I would not bo without them- in my fuinily.
For side by tho Proprietor,
A. L. SCOVILL & CO.,
No. 11 West Eighth Street, CiuciunaU
; ' lis. '
wilhQVil griping or pam. I hnvo (cUiully
. hear WHAT TUE MEDICAL MESS SAYS.
. OP ALL KINDS ,
Also Warehouse Truckg,
Letter Presses, &c.
Fairbanks. Greenleaf & Co.
172. Lake Street. CHICAGO.
Sold in Cincinnati by Tbaber & Adbbbv.
"llecarornl to buy only the1 genuine
GOOD NEWS AT LAST!
Thao4tvr.tkltln Tin, BAPUAEL Is tin bast. Hi sua.
DKtls whea all otliait lutM tilled.
AU WHO ARB IN. TROUBLE, ,
All who hare been unfortuusto, all whew fbud bopw bin
bean disappointed, cruilial, and blaiteil, all s b liava beaa
Mdueed by fulse iroinles anil deceit, all who hara ben
deceived and trifled Willi, all go to bio for adrlce and to
lie makes jronr mUfortones paas away, ba makes the
Slander and envy of your enemies full harmless, and be
luteins your character and respectability in spite of aril
reports and nsiiwre. All wh are In doubt of the affae.
tlonl of tlioee tliej lgve consult Ulm to reileea and lalislV
their mlfids, and Had out if their brlabt an4 warm
'irr LOTS iSJTRTrW BH TVEVtil '
; nmn . u iT-t FAUBH '-!-
He baa the tf winning the aiVsciloVsorfbeVpiiot
lite lex. He tfulilus the liiiicle to a we.llliy nrid hnppy
maniaijo, and makes tlio umrrled bappj. Ills aid aud
adfioe lias been aollolted In luuumeraljle lustanoea, and
Ibe result baa always been
A SPEEDY & HAPPr MARRIAGE.
To make things mors sura, he will shoir you the like
TOUR FUTURE HUSBAND OR WIFE.
lio will tell yon their circumstances and tbolr future
prospect! ; and what is better than all, lie run tell you
their tliougm. and what their "ronl" Intention! are.
V hut is better still, be can till you if they will tuoke you
Ir. llnphaol is, therefore, a auro nVppnilence.
To all in business his advice is invutunble. He can fore,
tell, with the greatest rertainty, tlio result of all commer
cial and lusiluus trnnmictituis anil slieciiliitioim. llr. Ra
phael Interprets dreams fur lottery numbers with uufiillhig
(Iran without any extra charge.
MORE GOOD NEWS!!!
iill. RAPHAEL will ennt your Horoscope or write yonr
niltlrlty. Kvery man, through the length and breadth of
the laud, who has Iwtl luck, and who can not gut on in
the world, should be in poascssion of bis Uoroecoye, aud
get Dr. Kapbuel's
Written Opinion of his Fntnro Pros,
pocti in Lifo.
It will guide him to wealth, eminence, and henor.
Tluiusuuds of good men, who wero unfortunate and un
successful in their business meu who worked hard, anl
who struggled agalost adversity and mlafortune the greater
part of their lives, and who found the more they tried to
get forward in the world the more things went against
thorn : These men got Dr. Raphael's written opinion upon
their future prospects In life. All tboso who wisely fol
lowed Dr. Raphael's udvica are now
RICH, HAPPY, AND SUCCESSFUL
In all their undertakings ; while those who were blinded
by prejudice aud ignorance, neglected bis advice are still
laboring against adversity and poverty.
WEALTH, EMINENCE, AND GOOD
re within the reach of all. If yoo wish to bo rich aed
happy yon will consult him also.
GOOD NEWS for the AFFLICTED.
He has the gift, and can tell the afflicted the enOM ir
their dlsoaso and aulToring. lie can also tell whether they
can be cured or not, thus saving the afflicted both trouble
Consultations dally, Snndayi excepted. Offlco hoars
from 10 A. M. to 5. P. M.
AU interviews are itrictly private and eonfldentla..
Therefore we say, go one I go all 1 and consult
Tho Astrologer of the 19th Ccntary,
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET.
Between Sycamore Street and Broadway,
tW PRICES REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIMES.
TTermi for Visiter!. Ladies fifty cents; Genllemeaj
one dollar, for each consultation. Wiicu you cull,
ASK FOR THE DOCTOR,
It will proveut mistakes.
Ser Persona at a distance may communicate coriDm
TiAil.r by letter, If tliey inclose ONE DOLLAR, for Con
sultation Fee, in each letter. All letters, communica
tions, and Interviews, are strictly private and conlidrn
tial. Vo answer will be given to lettera unless one dol
lar is Inclosed aa a Consultation Fee.
Addrcas all lettors as follows :
BOX No. 2463, POST OFFICE,
Let it be cUmrly nntlerttcod
flint the prl named u a cotiiulUtion feo paya for a cun
ultatiou only. It doca not pay for the Doctor' written
opinion of your future preemcta in life. It n"n not puy
for winning the affectloM of the opposite &cx, nor for the
conftummation of n happy marrinpt, nor for doinf: any other
bualiwaa nanual in Die above adrrtiaemnt. U ha Doctor
haaa ttxad pricafordiugncu acDantte Imtdnftja. In your
consultation with tjui Doctor, you leiu u how you can miliza
the food hoie nenirit your jionrt ; you nro told how you
can Ki all yon want, and how your bushier- onht to he
done o that it can not 'All. lie will foretfll whitt ia your
DKSTlii X, In ahort, ko will tell what fa beforo you. etc.
Caution to tho Public.
Dr. T. Rnphael, the AtroloRor, haa no connection
with PROrK.SSOU or Dr. W. M. Kaphael, or with any
other gentleman of the same namo.
OtrCnt tliia adrertfaerapnt out.' When yon come,
bring It with yon and ahow it to (lie girl who opens the
door. To prevent mlatakee. aak to : '
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF. '
LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
And lonrn tlwt a perfect and radical jcufO.la witfTauted
tnH friinrtlnlivfil frt ofTwhfi at-A 'tiftl IrliMi Willi wpnk nitfll.
debility, nervotiB complaint,' ifiplantholy thonht, de- J
fireaaiM f afptrliH, dtitna and rfitjfTTftin of mtnf, tear vj H
Bunie itliTriiciunfl imnire to be told the nnturo of toot
dlacaiH tho KNOLI81I UOTAN10 PHYSICIAN doea
not.a Ilia perfect knowledge of the human ays torn enables
liimHodescribethediicaiMa withoutany Information from
the put lent, to explain Iti original cause, and to miarante
ltacure. And, what is inoro valuable till, be will honoatly
and frankly tell whether you can be cured or not. All
his communications and fntervlewi are itrictly private
aud confidential. Medical Journal,
The Botanic Itemediee of Dr. Raphael, the English Bo
tanic Physician, never failed yet to mnke a perfect, radi
cat. and permanent cure of Ahh PHI VATIC, BKt'KKT,
AND YKNKUEAL DI8KASU8, witliout the use of Mur
cury. without hinderanco from busineaa, and without
fear of dlncovory or czpoaure. Ko deadly poisons, such
aa arsenic, nux vomica, opium, or any other poisons.
No uivrcury nor any deadly minerals nothing but nuiYly
YeKutnble Botanical lUmedita are used by this wondorful
Uu tunic IMiyiiiciun. His Hotnnic KfnieJicHUcvoryut fuilfd
to cure the moat obstinate and the most danKrous cast's,
and to remove all mercury and other impurities from Urn
system when all other llcuiodles had tailed. Medital
GOOD NEWS FOR SINGLE MEM CONTEMPLAT
ING' M A Kit I AO K. Hear what the Baltimore aii-m.
pondeut of the Oddfi'llow, B onshore, liarylund, said on J
luurHdiiy, ine oib 01 way, loou;
" Numerous cures of diseases canacd by airly Indiscre
tion bavins been purformud by the English Butnnic Phy
sician, I ft 1 It my dnly. having a knowledge of limn, to
state the (act, believiug that In doing so 1 may do a serv
ice to the suffering. One case in particular tbnt of a
young mnn in I his city is worthy of note, lie hnd
bocome tho vfltim of a habit, tho mere allusion to which
causes a shudder, and aft or years of suffering and doctor
ing gave np all hopee of recovery. He wished to marry,
and was di-nrly beloved by as sweot a girl as ver lit-d
words of affection, but he was fearful, nervous, and pros
trated. He ditrcd not wed on account of the shulU'rea
etnto of his system. Ho sought relief at tho hand of the
Botanic Plijhician, aud, utouiohiug an it may seem, all
tbo bloom and vigor of youth bus rrtnrnod, mid he is
now tho huppy futlier of a pair of bright boyx,"
Any who orosnfloring, no mutter what their cnmjdalht,
can call on the Botunio Phynh l;iu couhdeutlullv. 'J li- j
may rely uj-on reliof. His otlUo Is at No. 60 EAST
Fli'TU Bet. HycamoreSt.aud Brnadffny.CINt'lNNAlI
The Mississippi is open. ' '
i ' ' 1 i " ''1 "-':
A compound remedy, designed to be the rnost
effectual AUurativ that can bo made. It is
concentrated extract of Para Sarssparilla,
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterative pswer as to afford an effec
tive antidoto for the diseases Barsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is 'wanted bj those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which Will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citizens. Ho4omplctcly this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaint;!--. . . . .'. .i'
ScilOFULA AND ScKOPUT.OUS -vQW-AINTS,
Euui'Tto.vs and Eitvr-riVa DmiUHir, Ulcers,'
FiJiPLBs, Blotches, Tumous, Kai.tIiieuii,
Scald Head, Svrii ii.is and' Svpmi.itrio Ar-
FEGTIONS, Ml!llCl!llIAL Diseash, OlIOI'SY, Nec.
SALOTA Oil TlO DOULOUHEUX, Dl'.niMTY, Dvi
ra?siA and Indigestion, Kuvrifelas, Kosi
ob Sr. Antiioxy's Fiiik, and indeed tho whole
class of complaints arising from Iuitkity. of
thb Blood.. . ; , v
This comnoinul will ha found a rrreat nro.
moter 'of health, when taken in tJiesprbig, to j
expei1 tho toui Humors which tester in tlio
blood at that senspn pf Uieyuir. Ly the tirga.
ly Cdtp'ulsidR of.tlmn, WimyTitnldhtlisbixliarv
are nipped in tlio bud. -Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare :emelves fsoin
the endurmicTrrirfblil frirplftinV and Ulcerous
sores, through which the svst.'in will strive fb
rid itself of cwui)tinS, if Tiof VsidterT Hi 80
this through tlio natural channels, of the body
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggUh in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no pnrticulur disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, nnd live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood heiilthy, nnd nil is well ; but with this
pabulum of lifo disordered, there enn bo nu
lasting health. Bonner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery n
life is disordered or overthrown.
Barsaparilla has, nnd deserves much, tho
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been cgregioiisly deceived by
preparations of it partly bccutise the drug
.ilone has not all the virtue that is cluimcd
for it, biif'inoio because ninny preparations,
pretending to bo concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of HuraiipuriUa,
or any thing else.
During late years the public liavc been mis
led by largo bottles, pretending to glvo a quart
of Extract of Sarsupnrilht for one dollar. Most
cf theso havo been frauds upon the side, for
they not only contuin little, it any, BnrMipa
rilln, but of'en no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts tf
Barsaparilla which Hood tho market, until the
name itself is justly despised, nnd has become
synonymous with imposition nnd cheat. Still
we call this compound Sai'snpnrii. nnd intend
to supply such a remedy ns shall .-cscuc the
name from tho load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we liuvo ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure then- complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions u.
the bottlo. 1
DB. 1. C. AYEIi & CO.
Price, s)l per Uottlo , Six liottlx for 3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won fur itself such n renown fur the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for in to recount Hie
evidence of its virtues, wlsercver it has been cm
ployed. As it lias long been in constant uso
throughout this scctiun, we need nut do mora than
assure the people its quality is kept up to tho best
it ever has been, nnd that it may he relied on to
do fur their relief all it has over been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR TIIE CTHB OT
Coitiveness, Jaundice, Vyspcpsia, IniligaHon,
Dysentery, Font Stomach, Erysipelas, Heartache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions anil Siin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and
Salt Itheum, Ifomu,. Gmtt, Neuralgia, at a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifyiny the Blood.
They arc sugar-coa.ed, so that Die most sensi
tive can tko them pleasantly, and tliey arc lh"
best aperient in the world for all th purposes of :.
Price 25 cents per B; ?lvo bona for $1.00.
Greatnumbcrs of Clergymen, Tlivsiclans, States
men, nnd eminent personages, have hut their
names to cer ti fy tile unrmrnl)oled sif illness of these
remedies, but our space hero-will not permit tho
insertion of them. 'Ibe Agents below named fur
nish gratis our Amebioan Almanac in which they
arc given ; with also full descriptions of the nhove
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol-'
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers Ivith
other preparation tliey make inoro 1 profit nn.
Demand AvKll's. niij take 110 others. '1'he siek
want the best aid there is for thcih, olid tliey ahuulj
have it. m
All our remedies art for sajc by
rriHE subscrber would will tho attention o
JL liia old frietftrl'Incr'cSjstorriurs to kit
jojen .StEctgfcaW j T.fTT
of every variety usually kept ir. Tin Shops, r
lie also keeps constantly on hand tlio lit
lest nnd most approved putcrns of ,
COOKING &, PARLOR STOVES
' ,.- - .
nil of which ho will sell us low ns can lo pur
chased elsewhere in the couuty.
lio ia also prepared to attend to all orders In
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
on rcftsonnble terms. The work warranted
. BfSuAll orders lor Itepainng nttended to
on short notice; nnd the work done in sucli
manner us to render general satisfaction.
His slrip still kept at llio old stand, on
door North of the Odd Fellows' Huildinir.
Ail articles in Ins line sold at sueli rules
as to require his adherence to cash terms,
WALTER P. M'CABE.
Eaton, August 23, 1861). tf
R. G. D. McKEMY,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Squtli-west corner of Main and Cherry Sla
. ', xBlTOK, O.1 .. " .;
Collections' and Eimittinces
? fo tns cuai or rua
IN THfi 3T0LMCH, BACK, WD BOWELS,
Duma, ttrulses, C11U and Swelllnaa, flolbs
DiiiriTii n nnd KbaiiinntUm, lleniloche,
Taislliiuihe, Liunelie, I)) ajiaaMlu, Wf n.j
' llroaat, l.lver Lomplnlut, (Jcncrnl I)e.
tiilitv, Fever aud Ane, Cnuktsr or , .
gars Mould, rutrld Hore Throat, ., .'
M'enU V.yem, Xiilne nnd KM- : . .
uer Olaeuse, Old Horos,
. Coucbs and Colds. .
Xd. 6wVtU It Co., .....;
...... jGmts. 1 -rTonr fitror of. ,
VJ1U 1DI lUOtH, MiUDIJlfl U.I4-
rics- in-'regard lo sales of
Di; Bash's Vain Faiaoii,
a nd satisfaction it has given -purchasers,
is '; received. '
Would snv in rczard to '
sulcs, lhat wa have received
from you since 1857, 4804
Doiens of the Panacea.
- wo know or no ,
DICINE that Is appll- '
10 MANY SIS-
3 tABiio inai nas uiv.cn as ,
fcj OENEEAL SATISFAC-,;
HON AS 1119, and BU3-.
IAINED BO HIGH A REFUTATION " " --'
Vie have sold it, lubject to the warfn'nl '
and parties who havo used It, will have It,'
id will not ba withont it In tkeir familias. m
Xf-i a- ' -BOliLKflj ftMi'PH JrOtX,!'
Ko. 121 LakerSt; CltitJoQ! ftt-OeT.'HrWW?"
IT GIVES' IMMEDIATE RftEfTIif
' Taupico, Darke Co., 0., Kov. 13, HW.'-.','.a
Messrs. A. L. Scovill t Co., ' 1 :
Gents.. I am Induced by a sense of justice
to state to you that I had a case in my family
of extreme sickness. My wife was severely at-taj-ktUwith
DilioisColio. We had the attend
ance of a tjood physician, but could get no relief.
We administered Dn. Baker's PAIN PANA
CEA, and it produced tho desired effect. Since
thnt we havo bad occasion to uso it for Pain
in tkt br'ast, and for Fceer and Agne, end il
alicais cured. I consider it ono of tho bost
uicd'iclucs. WILLIAM WILMS.
DIARRHEA AND PAIN IN THE
EOWEIS CUBED. -
Caiitmaoe, Hamilton Co., 0., Nov. 25, 1853.
Dn. 0. II. Bakkb,
Much Esteemed Friend: I have hnd a
severe allnek of Diarrhea, attended wilh sever
griping pains, nnd was reduced very low. I
tried many di Heron t medicines, but all to n
purpose, until I got a bottlo of your Pain
l'niiiieen, and commenced lis uae. The first
dnsc put a quietus on tho griping pains, and
I bad not usod two twenty-five cent bottles
beforo I was entirely cured. I also recom
mended it to a friend, who was attacked wilh
cramp colic, and suffering with excruciating
pains, and thrco doses entirely cured him.
W. D. EAltltY
riiATTSvn.i.:, Viulon Co., 0., Aug. 5, 1854
Ds. 0. 1!, Baser,
Dear Sir: I have this dav sold the last
bollln or Dlt. ilAKElt'S FAIN FANACKA.
1 should have written to you sooner, but not
expecting to sill the good supply I had oa
hand. During the last week, however, my
sales have been .four times ns largo as any
week sinco I hnve hnd your invnluablo medi
cine, nnd tho demand is still increasing. , I
havo never sold a medicine that sustained s
high a reputation. The Lung Fever, Cholera
Morbus, Cholera Infantum, Bilious folic,
Cramp Colic, und Flux, have bean very prev
alent in this vicinity the past season, and
the I'n in Panacea tins not failed to cure la
every instance where it has been tried, so far
as 1 have henrd. Flense loud me large
lupply as soon us possible.
Very respectfully, yours,
II. W. STODDARD.
A SUPPOSED CANCER CURED I
Mitssns. A. L. Scovill & Co Gents, f Mr.
. .'islin Bradley, of Bath Co., Ky., bad on his
1 and a veiiy daii sweli.ixo, which ko thought'
..ci:tuni,K, busing been there for years. He
slso had on his cheek botio( what he sup-.Xu
to be a CAKCliK, tmd couid tbliin no relief
until he used Da. PEi'a Pant Fikaoea,
Yviivh cicts Vim of that discose, and also tho
welling on his hand. This medicine is
thought so much of that avxav riniLT in our
neighborhood, keep it constantly on hand. In
- net, it is the best vicdicine for the diseases it il
recommended for, that we can get. '
, It. A. CALDWELL.
. Wvowxo,. October-231U, 1858.:; ? .... e,.
Dr. Baker's Fain Panacea Vtiiiablo. .
for Horses as it is fcr Man. v
Messrs. A. L. Scovill 4 Co. -rffciif. -;'.;
During the lust winter, most all the horses in
our vicinity wore subject to Scratches. Hav
ing had on liand only two or three dozed
bottles, of Dr. Baker's Pain Papaeca, in ft few .
days I sold the entire lot, and could have sold
much more, if I haiLhadhern, lo.niy ncigV. -bors
for that purpose. In .ko tusb,ua rrv
failed to curk. It i also WiaprioJjlj ii
our lieitUbarhnP (MtT-tFlilTSKif etM, JKjnf
the various disease for.,yiSiMU. il-,3,fWoiia-mended;
and I Witi,i!Sv H,u
fdr years, wAKRANmdiT, and have ot had
fTl StVOLB ll'oTTlJBETtIRBlT 'is frt tsTT;
MEDICINE FOR THE XOUERODS OlStUBEB StCOE
UK.VDEI), THAT 1 nAV EVES SOLD. 1 1
IIaosxsv.-llj, snsjken Co.,Ky.. Oct. 21, 1868
. For sc'ie I y tb Proprietors, ' ' ';...'.
A. Jj. SCOVTIL & CO.,
! Ko. 11 West Eighth BlreU, Cincinnati.
ilea, , ..'.S .' ; .!
OF THE VALUE OF TIIE '
Success Washing Machine,
WE, the undersigned, take pleasure in
rcconimcnd'iig to the publio the great
economy of TIME and WEAlt, in the use of
TIIE SUCCESS WASHING! MACHINE,
now manufactured by TALDERT Jk FISH
ER. Our families are now using this labns
saving improvement, and believe that the
diUernice in wenr of opparel between this
and the ordinary modo of wnshing, will, in
one year, Briva more to a family than the
price of a machine; while one person can
wash more in a given timo, than four or five
can in the usual way.
G. T). HEXDR1CKS,
M. 8. MORTON,,
W. P. McC i.BB,
J. R. MoCLEAF ' .
J. H. FOOS, :.
THOS. J. LARSH,
JU11N f. AtlU.N, , .
W. 1J. TIZZARD,
C. W. LARSH,
J. cv A1UK19.
J. P. BROOKINS
Ealo'0'", Jane 20, 186J.-3m
r!iM.m?'i cable to
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP,
0 (fOMPOUHD WTRACT f)Y .j
, SARSAPARILLA AMD STlUINQIAv
CKOrDLOVts, BYrfllXMPIO AND MRU
AND IU OTHfiH
BA8K8 WHICH ARB CAUHED-'-'J
BV AN IMPUKB TATH SWf
t WOiWRFUl CURE OF SCROFULOUS WHITE!
Bead tins' Statement of 'itartil 'lf
iti l iic Bobbiius Ji'. " k ai
Ob f the Wrt CMf aWlW KttWMaajO
CiiTtrwiTTr,- 0, 5907 JC 185S
'Messrs.-a'. L. Bctfkt sV C J ' A i
'1 t?lisi(ni-l wi
with treat pleasur .
.iM lhAltTMfl A ft. -
l! BArATtltLA AN?"
Blood and Livsi
Syrup, has dMlKvf
a Dalr years smce,!
was attacke Vl'b
INO. which was at
tended with most excruoiatinr pains I I trles
rarienj remedies, anl had w of' Ihsl Jbt ,7
Physieians 6f the eity, (faeAf them aPr-
feasor in an Old School Medical College,) and
they Failed to tjaiv m any Belief 1 I was so
reducesl that I waa eoainad 4 any bed for
ever three months. Tho nervos and muscle
of one leg wore so contracted and drawn up,
thot 1 COULD NOT.WAUU, 1 bsct muiys
THAN A DOZEN RUNNIXGWLCEBb
mv Iptrs.from which I4ook mot t
-or. than ONB HUNDBED4'1ECES
BONE, somo f them from three to four Inehe
long. 1 was reduced to almost a bkch-iuh, auu
my friends had given Up airilOrESof my
11EC0VEBYI fwas in this condition when
I commenced the use of your Blood and Llvei
Byrup. I have used altogether some tw ,
doicn botlles. I am now ABLE TO ATTEND
TO BUSINESS, and my legs have bocome 4sV
stroae thnt I walk without any difficulty
AND HAVE ENTIRELY RECOVERED MIT
HEALTH. Yours, truly,
MARTIN ROnrflNS, Jr.
852 West 5th Street.
Doalor in Coal Oil and Lamp.
Read 'an extinct from th Cincinnati ntf'l'
Edinburqh ilcdicalJonrnnt, Vol. 5, peg 31.
by Us editor, Paor. R. 8. NEWTON, m regard
While Martin Bobbin was la th very
worst imaginable condition, we were called to
attend him for a fracture of the leg, produce! v
by a fall. The indications of e reunion ofth- .
bono, under tho circumstances, wer very
nnfnvorablo, for he would sit, day after dy,
PICKING OUT SMALL PIECES OF TUB
BONE, which would slough oiT. I found him
sting Scovill' Preparation, tcAieA U con
tinued to use until a curt wa effected. W
gavo him no constitutional treatment, being
In attendance only as a surgeon j yet we cost
less wo bad much curiosity to see what could
be done in a system so extensively diias4 rt
aahiswas."' ; "'" ':-'ut
Tsa Doctor reargue tuva, sine that tim
ha ha mad use of riCOV ILL'S BARSAPA
RILLA and STILLINGIA in his practica.
and it Am cured the most nirnceiT saan
SCROFULA and SYPHILITIC DISEASES. r
; . r J t.
A WHOLE FAMILY AFFLICTED COVERED .
WITH SORES AND BOILS. "V J
CoLtatau, Hamilton Co., 0., Jan. :0, 'U.
Ma. A. L. Scovill. ';' '
Dear Sir r This Is to certify that my wife,
children, mother, and myself, about two year -nd
a half ago, wer sorely afflicted.' My"'
wife, children, and mother, were first takes
with a droadful itching on the skin over th
whole body ( and I was covered with running
boils. I employed several physicians, and
tried their prescriptions for about six months,
and found that, tatcad of getting better, sm. L J
Brew worse and worse ; and finally the children
were covered with nninq sores ever the whole
tody. My broth. . u.- and got eight bot
tles of your BLOOD nd. strange U!
tell, befor we had one ba,. usod, w
web all well. I had speit ovb eno hun- m'
dred dollar before J got your nalclii. JjA
Ynnra. with resneet.
. Will the afflicted call on the agent and Wt ,
pamnhlet containing cettiflflates ot ers Iron.
well KNOWN CITIZENS OF CINCINNATI!
& Scovill's Blood and IIvm ivrai i to
COiaFOSED ENTIRELY '-OF VEGETA
BLES, tnd-Is . mwEOTLTslsFE for CHIL
DREN.to usoi in case of-sor t south or ernptiesi
of tBklm-'If-M0HE18 VALU th
health of their children-, .tlur shonist rdl-
eate the soeds of th diso Wory.lt i;o J
iIluoLI UiMi iasH
. I Read tho statement of- w of th OLDEST
.ffllEMISTS IN CINCrftSATI.
"I horcby cortify
I have been ma
IA. or BLOOD ,
J1ILLA AND STILLINGIA, or
Tift. INGREDIENTS ar - .
ntirslT TegUHr and f aitntA , fctort .'
On door west of Burnet House, Cincinnati.
1, TWaibTthProprtotor!Ri!i i IK -lttaoO
i A. i. scoyiLL. ft CO,
Ko. II Wst BiglvUt Stret, CiwrlnnL
WINTERS & ACHEY,
1 1 worm iiaron at., Derwoen atain
! . C i:"l''
Operative and Mechanical I Mi'.rn
OFFICE m MlKORS BUlLDmff l'
:')' Egnof ';TaGeidtt .tpqtlvfa ','vt i
Opposite tbo Court House, Main St, Eato1 Ian.
JfiJ" Reference to tbdi' by who'tn iJa!)
en professionally emplojerf ,',..'..,- r.
Mar 7 '63 tt '