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UT TEE AFFLICTED READ!
tat hn tW a yerSHt a4 radlftd in li w.rnnUa
4 naiaatee M all wke an annate! with weakaeee,
afcMUtr, wia senBtatata, awlaacaely thoukte, de.
jresslc erf eptrlta, aielnee and smaiih of mind. Ion ef
W, loaa af mmon, ease of eoergr and naaenlar imr,
Baa; trawU. wMtlnf amy, and a mat of eonfldenos la
theaaealeae, BUntlai (ta,ooavalalve IreueUnaa, impolaua
04 41e(at af UaA
BIAS WXUT TBB MEDICAL PRESS
. loaae phjertUne require to be lM the nature of nat
aWee-tfce INOLIaH BOTANIC PHY81CIAX aoas
Mi, HUeerfeottawledfe or the konan extern etbhe
alas so eaerlbe the dlaaaaai without any iafbrmatloa (roes
ka palleat, la explain lie orlglaal oauae, and to roarer, tea
feaeare. Aad, wballe more Taloableetill, he will hon.tty
4 frankly tall whathar jo oaa be cured or aol. This
arlll attlafjr faar atiad, and aaia yon eapeaee, time, trenlile,
aaa dlaappoiBlaaat. II ami be the maana af earing ;aa
eaaaa a dollar; It will aave your baaltb, and, wbat a)
altar thaa all, It will lata roar life from belug aborttDed
la eieiai nations an aude wlthoat any lnlbrmatloa
areas tka patiaat; tberefcre Ka thoroughly aaderetande
shear lkyatca! ooadltloa and Phrenological development,
wnaam waua ka Barer eoau Dare pertormed ao many
, aetealahrag oaras. It ahoald ba raawoibarad that tan
SMtaaas royawua partanaa oana t nought Impoeelble.
If jaw have triad olbara and fot ao raliaf, if job wiab to
ajay faod kaaltk and loag lira. If yon are wina, yon will t
kaJ ooaealt BB, aarHAcX, tha Botania Phyaldaa.
AU Via aemmanloeUeae aad tftterrieira ara atlfcUf
anraaa and eeaadaaltalv lledieaj Jrnmi. .
rACTTl ARB STUBBORN TBINQ8 !
' aar wtot tha Phlladalpkla sorreapnndent aayi In tha
taaasoawealta, Wllmiagwa, Dalawa Ith of April.
Aa auurllah gentleman, Ibraariy
Brlllak Army, and who itylaa blnu.l
laala rhTilciaa,' kaa of lata gained a
Uaa hare by kia aklil In oaring all n
Soeae af his pallaata I hate ooure
Hcted with tha
a of oomplaiata.
proaoaaoo kia ramadiaa ud mode a
Mparlor. Soma hare baan natorad
Mdiehaa ka aeetie distilled by klnu)
Boaaaaelna rara earaUra aronartlaa.
wiid, ana tb
Mtmont aa Terr
f by magic. Tha
rum rarlaai hart
"While aatlni la tka arm ha MM hi. l.i..
Herniate iaa thorough, atady of thj aleO" proriueed b
sertaia aHdlainalroota and harba on all naan it of dieeeaee.
,ti!"!(, . nmKt br
'Ilia that iaali la hair b H . Bruii. I. ...
ia, aaaaaaaiyiaoraaaiaf. in tha oouiplalnta towhioh
ttaulaa aaa aabjacta ba haa no aqiial, aa a larga numbar
kara kav taatined that thev owa not onlv tl,ir bmub
faod kaaltk, bat thalr Htm, to tha aklll of tula EiwlUk
Ha, M XJLBT riFTB STREET.
MORA OOOD NEWS f
rSOK HIOH AND tbt.tpx.b atj.
Tka Botaalo Ikaadlea af Doctor Baohaal, thr Intllala
- ' . ' wura jo ut aiaaa a panaaa.
axltoai, aakdoatraaoant euro (4 AJJi
rSITATB, BXCRBT, AND YE NE REAL
WltkoM tka aaa of KarenyvwUhont hlndranoo Iron bnal.
aaa, aad wlthoat twoaKOwy or oajKxmrt. Nodeadly
r- i waving, n furam, opinrn, or any otnar
polaoaa. Mo aiaroary aor any daadly nilnerala nothlna
kal paraly Vafnitabla Botanical Bamadlaa ara tuod by thia
owndarla. BoUnlo Phyaiciao. Ula BatanU Romediel
aaaar pat BUUd to aara tha ataat obatinata and tha moat
aatwrona eaaaa, aad to ramora all nwrenry and othw
hapnrltiaa front tha ayataat when all olhar nsmodiai hat
(ailad. JTadiaal aaraal.
BOOD NEWS rOB SINGLE MEN CON-
-. TEnXFLATINa MARRIAGE,
."ear what tka Baltimore oorreeponihat of Ika Odd.
Mow, Boonaboro', Mary laud, aald on laandoy, the 3 let
af May, lKOi
Nnmarona era of dlaaaaaa eanaehr early ItKllacretloa
haalnf baaa parforawd by tha Knirllib Botanic Phyalclan,
I fcal It my duty, karlng a koowlodga of them, to etata
tha not, ballerina that In doing ao I may do a eertlca to tha
waTerinf. One caaa In partleuiavthat of a young maa
la tkia city la worthy tt note. Ba bad become tha
alctiat of a habit, tha aura aUialon to whioh cauaoa a
kndder, aad altar yaara of entering and dbctoringgwa np
til kopea af raoorary. Ha wiahed to marry, and wa
aVarly baloTad by aa aweal a girl aa arer Uapad worda
aT aoeatloa, bat ka waa fearful, narrouo, and proatratad.
a dared not wad oa aooonnt of tha eliattem aula
at bla ayataoi. lie aought raliaf at the handa of he Bo.
Jwie Phyalciaa, and, aatoolehiug ai It may aoein, all the
klbem aad vigor of yonth haa returned, and ho la now
aha happy father of a pair of bright boya."
SLORIOUS NEWS rOR THE LADIES.
A PRE7ENTITE TO HATS CHIL
DREN. Wear what thoCliuIaaatl Weakly Pram aaya oa tin lb
f March, laul:
Wa ara decidedly oppoard to drnga and to adrertlaad
aamediaa for the prerentloa of boring children, but wo
Bel it our duty to acknowledgea benerlt from any and from
every oource whan it la for the relief of eu Bering humanity
M fact-baa coma to our knowledge that ought to bo pro.
atulgated and widely circulated for the bencHt of tCoao
ladlae wkoae delicate health makaa it neccaaarv to provjit
any Ineraaaa of utmlly.
. About twain monthi after marriage, a lady of oar j
jnaiatanoa gara birth to a daughter, but her anOetnga
ware ao great that her phyaioiana deepaired of bar recovery.
Thl made bar daead tka vary thoughu of again becoming
mother. She tried erery thing to prevent a renoUtion
tflwraulfcriaga, but without auAoeeding. Two yaara afler
marriage aha wua again conAned, but her ainTerlnga vera
a gnat that the ohikt diod, and her own lifo woa duepulnid
of. She woa tohr by bar family phyalclan that If aha had
any mora children be feared bar Ilia would ba tha forfeit.
Aa all tka ramadiaa aba had tried boforo had filled, aha
nplled to tha fiotania Phyalclan, Dr. KAFUAX IT i
No. 89 EAST riTTH STREET, '
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
Ula remedial had tha deal red effect; they not only pre-
I her from bavin eliilitrun htt iK.. .i.n iMnM.
Tha BottnUPbrakUo'ireiuedlae can he recommended,
haoanaa they arolanocant and aafa. Thev onri,tM ithMn
auaingalokneaioraipoaure. They do not Interfere with
a oiai or occupation, xnay do not Injure the health.
Vat tfcay an oartaia in their aBact. J. PANCOST, H. .
at. 1I1SIG0S, JI.D.
Ay wha-araawgerlng.no matter what thalr complaint,
aaa call oa the Botanic Pbvelcian conAdentlally. Ibry
ay relyapoa raliaf. Ula omoa fa at
Ha 69 EAST riFTH STREET.
Between lyoamora Street and Broadway,
CoaaaJtaHoa dally, "nndave axcentad. OOoa hoan
araaa ! A. M. 'clack P. M.
"'. 4Utaao any oommonlcato coin.
Maruu. by letter, If they iacioee OUt DuLI.AB, for
kanaUtaUoa Paa, la each latter. All letura, oommunl
atloaa, and ialarriawa, ara atriatly privato and eon.
'Vwtt S"1 f"" fcletUra oulaaa oaa
dollar raateaed aa a OaaeuJtatloa f aa.
. BOX V. S463, POST OtTIOB,
CATOOOI TO TBI PUBLIC!
BT, W. Banhael kaa aa manaetloa with PH nvrjtonnt
J If- W.NI. BapbMl, or with any other gentleman af
r Cat tkia advartlaamant out. Whan yoa aoma,
Mac "I Tea and aao w It to the gkl who ooeaa the
aw. Tjeprovaal mlH aaa. to
' tM TBM DOCTOR BIMSELT. ,
- a ' .
Compound Syrup of
HOPS & BONESET!
f r terer Coldi, toreneu of the Bret tnd
Ltig, Botrteaeit, Whooping Coueh.Cronp.
CkroDie Cough, Aithmt, and for li diseaaei
For aala all over tha country
'old, wholeialt aad ratail, hj
, , . J. P. BR00KIN8 4 SON
Ja!yl2,j Eaton, Ohio.
AMERICAN TEA COMPANY.
No. 61 Yttty Street, NEW YOB?
Since ita organization, haa created a n?w
era in tha history of
Wholesaling Teas in this Country.
They have introduced their (elections of
Teas, and are selling at not over
Two Cent (2 eentt)per pound above colt,
never deviating from tho one price atJced.
Another peculiarity of the Company is that
their Tea Taster not only devotes his time
to the selection of their Teas as to quality, va
lue, and particular styles (or particular lo
calities ot country, but 1 e helps the buyer
to choose out of their enormous stock such
Teas as are best adapted to his particular
wants, and not only this, but points out to
him the best bargains.
It is easy to see the incalculable advan
tage a Tea buyer has in thii establishment
over alt others.
If he is no judge of Tea, or the market, if
his time is valuable, he has all (he benefits
of a well organized system of doing busi
ness, of ao immense capital, of the judgment
of a professional Tea Taster, and the knowl
edge of superior salesmen.
This enables all Tea buyers no matter if
they are thousands of miles from this mar
i u purcase on as good terms here as
the New York merchants!
Parties can order Teas and will be served
by us well aa though tbey came themselves,
being sure to get original packages, true
. .. mi lu.uo, u.iu me leas .,e wut
inled as repiexenled.
We issue a price list of the Company's
eaB, which will be sent to all who order it.
1YS0N, YOUNG HYSON, IMPERIAL,
JOLONG, SOUCHONG, ORANGE AN I
Japax Tea of evcy description, colored
This list has each kind of Tea divided into
Four Classes, namely : Cargo, High Cargo,
Fine, Finest, that every ,ne may under
stand from description and tho prices an
nexed that the Company ara determined to
undersell the whole Tea trade.
Wa guarantee to all our Teas are not over
TWO CENTS per pound above cost, believ
ing this to e attractive to the many who
hive heretofore been paving enormous
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
Importers and Jobbers,
No. 51 Vesey Street,
Sept. 10, 1BG3 3m NEW YORK
Has just opened a Grocery Store on Bar
on street, one door south of the Eagle
Hotel, where ho keeps everything in his line
SUGAR, THA, COFFBB,
like. Soap, Candles, &yrup,
Molassesj Fish, Dye Stuffs,
54 pices, Candles,
Cigart, Tobacco German Snnf,
HAZARD RIFLE POWDER.
SHOT, LEAD, CAPS,
BROOMS, BUCKETS, TUBf.
Chums, Trace and Halter Chains
IShovelSy fa, Jf.r
All of which will be sold
VERY LOW FOR CASH,
OR OOOO COUNTBT PRODUCE.
in connection- with the Urocery. h, win
the same building, where his friends will
always find a choice variety of
OYSTERS, TRIPE, NUTS,
Carriage & Buggy
HENRY RES IER
Chemj St., hetween Main $ Sowers
HAVING erected a new aad commoili
ous Shop, is now Drenared to axermri
work ia his line, that may be entrusted
nis care, a (Jood Stock of finisher
work, consisting of
SULKIES, SPRING WAGONS,
alaays enhand, and sold at low price, for
Speoial attention paid te tha
of Bagg'as, 4c. '
All Work Warranted.
fOril respectfnllv invitea all tn
examine hia stock on hand, and be m
that be will give them eood bunraius
uaioni eu. if 1000 ij
FIRE IN CAMDEN,
MARCH 12, 1863,
IS STILL ON HAND AT
The New Stand,
Her ONE BOOEt
NORTH OF THE POST OFF Wt
Where they want yon to
Drop in and Boy! Drop in and See
CHEAP at TEET CAN BE FOB CASH
The stock consists in part as follows:
Tea, Coffee, Sugar,
Rice, Candles. Soap,
Pine Tabic bult, in mic-;
Dried Pencil on,
Lemon, ( ha
Best Family Flour
Corn 31 c a I
All kinds of Fijies,
Buckets, Brooms, Wash boards,
btareh, Soda, Baking Powder,
Lots of Matches, Lead & Cutis,
Coal Oil. Cimcetitrartcd L ,
ANT QUANTITY CF
NOTIONS AND C0NFECT10MS
April , IHi &-fim.
Purchased exclusively for cash
ince the panic. A full andd esiru
tble stock of Staple, and
RIBBONS, ttc. 4c.
CA RR A t 1j
be sold on usual terms to om
customers and toall who wish flhp.ii
goods, far below the cost of impor
C YANAUSDAL & CO
TIN-WARE AND STOVES!
rTlHE suhseriber would call the attention o
X his old friends and eastoaiara to kii
teien mock ot excellent
efeverv variety uanallv kani ir Tin
Hs also keeps constantly on band the la
i una most approved paterns or
COOKING & PARLOR STOVES
all of which ha will sell as low as can ha pur
chaaed elsewhere in the couutr.
He is also prepared to attend to all orders (o
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
on reasonable terms. The work warranted
(A.A11 orders for Repairing attended lo
n short notice; and the work done in such
manner as to render general satisfaction.
His shap still kept at the old stand, an
door North of the Odd Fellows' Building.
All articles in bis line said at such rates
as to require his adherence t cash terras
WALTER P. M'CABE.
Baton, Aarust 23, 18G0. tf
MRIT Ml DISDBB ORIGINATE WITH
Vara the Livar is diaeued the Bila I
Japan, and teada to dennfe tha whole ars
arra. This impure Bile being thrown ant
tha tteaaeh, uses a bad taate in the nautb,
Uw Toagaa being mora or 1cm fnrnd, with,
la moat eaaai, dixxinsm and pain In th head.
Tha Bila then passes from the Stomach lata
COSTIVEHESS, UNHEALTHY HUfBOM,
IHPCftl STATE OF Till BLOOD,
and tend, to caaa tha porn of the .kin, which
erjran become, dry and auaky. It also tend,
to Impair the action of
aa will be .eea by the color and quantity ol
VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS
will promote a health
aotlon of the IWer, and
will change thia impure
Bila to a healthy ataU,
To prevent or remove the
aecration of unhealthy
bile, these fills have a
apeoiflo action an tha
liver ; afler u.ing them,
tho tongue will beoome
smooth and clean, the
tarle will become natu
ral, and digestion be rendered aaiy. Th Fain.
In the Head, Baok, and Stomach, will ba
removed. The Bowels will beoome cleansed
and regular, THE BLOOD PURE AND
HEALTHY, and the Urine natural.
Although these Fills are most searching
in their aolion upon the whole system, yat
th.y w harmless, evea for the most deli
cate system, aa they contain na Heronry
or mineral in any lorm, dui are cornpoaM
entirely of vegetable substances.
LIVES COMPLAINT CURED.
IsDiAXArana, October i2, 1868.
Miss ia. A. L. Scovut, It Co.
Qenit.; am hardly able to
fjlfjaa m miliaria) inr Ilia hmaTit whirl, anw
daughter has derived from the use of Dr.
Mott's Liver Fills. SU had been troubled
with what the phy.ician called Liver Com
plaint; but our doctor failed to give her any
permanent relief, although she tried his pro
scription, effectually. She had become mel
' ancholy, unhaprry, and her constitution was
. much broken down by tho use of Mercury.
Bho tried Dr. Kott's Liver Filla, and aoou
began to get better. I am happy to say thai
she has now entirely recovered her health.
Uibaka, Ohio, September li, 18ft.
Hssaaa. A. L. Scuviu, A Co.
Qtntt. : I have been trnnbled with
a torpid action of the bowels for six or seven
Tears, which has been the cause of a a-mat
deal of suffering to me, and 1 had to deprive
myself of many kind, of food, and used in nob.
oatmeal, etc., until 1 get Dr. Hett's Liver
Fills, and find that they keep ray bowel,
regrriar, and I now eat anything that my
family does. I most confidently recommend
these Pills to those who are troublod with
eonstipation of the bowels.
Truly yours, JOHN FLEMING.
f Ciimsibo., Ikd., Feb t, 1858.
If nans. A. L, Sesvna A Cov
Omtt. r This is to certify that 1 have
osed Br. Mott's Liver Pills in Ulieus attacks,
aad found1 them to be (ho ben Pilla that I
aver used for that purpose ; and I have also
and them a. a Cathartic Hediclno, and have
found but little use for a Physician siuce 1
had them in my family.
Your., truly ASA FRENCH.
DYSPEPSIA, OR INDIGESTION.
This is generally attended with sour su mach,
Iocs of appetite, nausea, flatulency, heart
burn, eoativeneas, heat n the stomach when
mPty a pain in the tide, paleness of the
countenance, languor, low spirits, disturbed
sleep, pain, in the hoad, Ac.
BriiNnriRLD, Obio, July I, 1859.
Hassis. A. L. Scotili. k Co.
Gent, i I hsve found Dr. Hon'.
Liver Fills one of Jie best medicines fo
Dyspepsia that I over used. I had bees
Anted with the disoate for more than six
months, and ray vTotnal. disturbed my
stomach, often to snch a degree as to cause
vomiting. I was most of tie time costive.
I found that the Pills kept my bowels open,
without griping or pain. I have actually
Siind in weight, since wing trwm, being
n pounds heavier than when I commenced.
I ewe my euro solely to use of the Pills.
BILIOUS FEVER CURED.
Portsmouth, Ohio, April 1, 1859.
Masses. A. L. Scoviu, A Of.
Cents..' I have been, for years, sub
Jeet to attacks of Bilioaa Fever; and some
time I have been laid up for months, and
my sysiom icit in a iceuie state oy tne nse or
strong medicine, which was given to me by
have been nsina Sr. Kott's Liver Fills
for aome time. I find that I can break thoae
attacks in a day or so, and escape entirely
th fever. My daughter had an attack of
Dyspepsia, which distressed her much .be
eould not eat seajrcely anything withoattW
coming nauseated at her stomach continually.
Borne time .ince she got and has be asinf
Dr. BRtt's Liver Fills, and ah now as like
another being. I have found also that they
are th most valuable Pills for Breaking up
Cells, Headache, Fains la the tide aad Back
I would aot be without them in my family.
Far sale by th Proprietors,
A. L BC0VIL1 4 CO,
IT. 11 Wast Eighth Street, OuMlnsatt
Scrofiila, or King's Evil,
it a comtltutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which thia fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor, lk-iug in the circulation, it
pervad-ja the wholo body, and may burst out
in disease on any pnrt of i .. No orgnn is free
from Its attacks, nor is thcro one which it may
not destroy. The scrofuleut taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis.
oniayed or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
anu muiy usuits, tne lerrnuiiir vices, and,
above till, by the venereal inf.ctinn. What
ever be iu origin, it is hereditary in the con.
stitution, descending " from parents to children
untj the third and fourth generation j " indeed,
it seems te bo tho rod of Him nho says, "1
will visit the iiiiutiitios 0f tho fathers !"")
I clfccu commence by deposition from the
bload of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, hi
the ltuig", liver, and internal orpins, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on
the surface, eruptions or sores. '1 his foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
tuo energies ot we, so tlmt sciolulous coustitti
t;on MX only auffi-r from scrofulous oom
plaints, but they hnve fur less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases ; consc
q'iciitly vir jmlicrs perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
arc still rendered fiitnl by this tuint in the
hystiMn. Host of the consumption which de
cimates the luunan family has its origin directly
in uns scroiuious contuiiitiiation ; aim many
uesiruciiTc uncases 01 u:c liver, auuneys, Maui,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are n'-'T.-i rated by the same cause.
One quarter of ul I our people are scrofulous j
their persons arc iuvnded by this lurking in
fection, nnd their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
tne uluou by as alterative inoluine, and in
vigorate it lay healthy fond and exercise,
Such a medicine wo supply in
Compound Extract of Sarsnnnrilla,
the most effectual romedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every,
where prevailing and fatal nialadr. It is com
uiucd from the most active remcilials that liuvo
b'tii discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from tho blood, and the rescue of the
system from its destructive conscaucnccs.
llcnco it should be employed for the cure 'A
not only Bcrottila, but nlo those other afflic
tions which arise from it, such as Eiiuptivb
and Skin Diseases, Sr. Anthony's Fins,
Rosk, or Kktsipki.as, Pikpi.fs, Pustplm,
Ili.orciiKs, lli.AiNsand lisir.a, Ti'uona, TaTTEn
and Sa.it Uuhi k, Scai.k 1Ika, Uinowohm,
IlllKHMATISM, Svi'lllUTK and MtltCl'IIIAI. UlS-
easkh, Diioi'sv, Dyspepsia, Dtmi.nr, and,
indeed, am. Complaints aiunino tkom Vitia
ted ou Iui'i'KK ill. ooii. Tho popular belief
in " tmpmty tht blmd u funnucti in truth,
for scrofula is a degencrntiun of the bleed. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilln is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is uuyossible hi
roa tub sntBr ccal or
Intrmltteul Fever, or Fever and A ana,
HeiiilUMtt Fever, Chill Fever, namb
Ata, PeiloUlcal lleadarh or Hlllon
Headache, aad lllllona Ferara, Indeed
for the whole claaa ofelleeaaaa orla;luit
tng In biliary derangement, cauaed liy
the Malaria of Miasmatic Countries.
Wo are enabled here to offer tha community a
remedy which, while it cures the sbave complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
where these alllieting disorders prevail. This
"Ct'nu" expels tho miaamatlo poison of Fkthu
Ami Auub from tha system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach p Us premonitory symptoms. Tt is not only
the best remcHv ever yet discovered fur this class
of complaints, Vit also the cheapest. The large
quantity we siipply for a doKir brings it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, when
'kvbii axd Aoun prevails, every body should
kavo it and use it freely both fur eure and protec
tion. A grr nt superiority of thia remedy oaer any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intcrmittcnts ia that it contains no Quinine
r mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious eirccts whatever upon the constitu
tion V 1 hose cured by it are left us healthy naif
they has never had the disease.
rever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise train its irritation, among which are
Xeumhia, Mmtnmtitm, Gimt, Headache, Blind.
nut, 'loallvuhc. Enraeht. Catarrh. Asthma. PnL
pdHtictH, Pmuful Afntiou f the Spleen, Httter.
us. Pain in Mo tlmecli, Coue, Varalyxit and De
rangement erf tht Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this causes, put en the intermittent
type, er become periodical. This " Citkb " expels
tlie poison from the blood, and consequently cures
Awn? atr alike. It is an invaluable protection to
iiuungrania anu persons travelling or temporarily
reaidinx in the malarious districts. If tnlan m.,...
sfonslry or daily vrhilo exposed to the infection,
that will breserotei from the svstem, and cannot
accumulate in- sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it it even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from lntAr.
mittents if tkev avail themselves of the protection
Prenar.l by Sr. J. C. AYEfl &. CO.. Lowell. Kais.
IIAHSHALL & BUG'S,
West Fifth Street. Cincinnati
NEW SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
SILKS, MUSLINS, aad Housekeepinj
Which they will sell cheap for cash ;
They have also a splendid assortment of
RUGS, MATS, 4c,
vThiah they will sell cheaper thaa any other
uaus in Cincinnati.
Lat every on call at Marshall TIro's,
S, West Fifth Street, between Walnut
aa. I. 1863. It.
KET IN EATON.
WILSON & MEYER.
TT70ULD NOTIFY THE BEEF BAT.
INQ citisens of Eaton and
al i. Ia '
uij BftTv juii opsnoa m
BAEOH STREET. One Dnnr Wnrf h
the Eagle Hotel, where they purpose
have constantly on hand No. 1 Beef and
finest Muttoa and bst Fork that th
eonntry can aflord. They ara determined
ai the pahlio en good tarms for th
"Baady Joha," aad ask a liberal shtr of
THE HEW FAMILY GROCERY
2 Doors East or ihi M. E. Cixb " '
MAIN STREET, EATON.-
WISHES everybody to know tlmt he haa
just purchased a well selected Stock of
Tea; Coffee, Sugar,
Spices, Molusaes, Candle,
Flour, Meal, Rice, Soap,
Tobacco, Cigare, SnufT,
Brooms, Buckets, Tubs,
Starch, Soda, Matches,
And a turge variety of other articles:, which
ho is determined to sell as cheap as " any
J. S. still carries on tha Barely; and has
always on band a good supply of Crackers,
Bread, Cakes, and Candies. ataTCall in.
Eaton, SeD. 24, 18C3. 3in
BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP,
OK 0OMP0USD EXTRACT Oa"
SARSAPAR1LLA AND STILLING! A,
roa ma citt or
HCRtlfn.OtlS, HYPOf I.ITIC ND MR
4 I.K I A I. DlsEA.HEH, OLD SO at KJ, SKIN
IMSBASE, A0 ALL OTUKat I) IS.
KAHKH WlllOIt AH I? CAI'HKO
UVAN niFUBK HTATg QV
I WONDERFUL CURE OF SCROFULOUS WHITE
Boad tho Statement of Martin
Oaa f lb H'orst C'aar ever UewweakaV
ClNCIXXATI, 0 ,J?et. If, Ui8
Uissss. A. L. Scortt.L A Co.
Gentlemen r I wall
with great pleasure
giva ray testimony
Rata what yourSArV
Blood and Ilvst
Byrap, has done fo
nie. Some three arm
a half yoers sine, 1
wss attacker) with a
ISG, which was at
tended with most excruciating pains I I triad
vnrisus roniclica, and had two of th boat
Physicians of tho eity, (one of them a Pro
fessor in an Old School Hmlinal Oollojjn,) aad
they Failed to give m say EslisI! i wa aa
redun4 that 1 was confined to mv bed for
vor three months. Tho nerves aaA muscla
tt one leg wcro so contracted and drawn ,
that t COULD NOT WAiK. I had M0R8
THAN A DOZEN RUNNING ULCEUS on
my legs, from which I took from time to lima,
raoro than ONE HUNDRED TIECES Of
BONE, some f them from three to four inches
long. I was reduced to almost a skeleton, and
my friench had given tip nil 1IOPK8 of my
RECOVERY I I Was in this condition whoa
I commenced the use ef your Blood and Livor
Byrap. I have used altogether some tw
Hoien bottles. I am now ABLE TO ATTEND
TO BUSINESS, and my legs have broom o so
strong thst I walk without any difficulty
AND HAVE ENTIRELY RECOVERED JlY
H RALTII. Yours, truly,
MARTIN ROllBINS, Ja.
352 West ith Street,
dealer in Coal Oil nad Lamps.
Rsab sn extract from the Cinei'iinni ana
KWnburqh SIcdieai Journal, Vol. 5, pag 310,
by its editor, Paor. R. 8. NEWTON, iu regsrd
to this Remarkable Car ! !
"While Martin Bobbins was ia the very
Worst imaginable condition, we wera nailed to
attend him for a frsctnro cf the leg, produce!
by a fall. The indications of a reunion of thj
bone, under the eircuiustancbi, were very
Mnfnrnrnble, fur he would sit, day a (Vor day,
PICK INC. OUT SMALL PIECES OF TUB
HONE, which would slough oil'. I found him
U4ing Soevill'e Preparation, wkicA kt cea
i.nvetl tt vve until a cure was tffeclul. W
pnve him no con.ttiltitional treatment, being
ia hUoii'Irih'u only as a surceon : vat we con-
tea. wc hud much curioiity to see what could'
bo done in a pyalcui so extensively diseased'
at his was."
Tni: Docieu rumen savs, siuce that tin
bo bus made use of riCOVILI3 SARSAPA
KII.I.A uud 6TILI.INGIA in bis practice,
and it hat cured the aoav mrricuLT casks f
BCROi'ULA and SYPHILITIC DISEASES.
WHOLE FAMILY AFFLICTED COVERED
WITH SORES AND BOILS.
Con vniA, Hamilton Co., 0.) Jan. it, 'iL
Ma. A. L. Scovill.
IkarSir: This is to certify that sy wife,
children, mother, and myself, about two years
mid a half ago, were sorely afflicted. My
wif, children, and mother, ware first takea
with a dreadful itching on the skin over tha
whole body ) and I was covered witb running
boil's. I employed several physicians, and
tried their prescriptions for about six mouths,
and fouud that, instead of getting iUter, tut
srrie icorsc and worse; and finally the children
were covered with -nnina tortu ever tht ukpU
hdy. My broths. 'and got eight bot
tles of your BLOOD tw. ud strange to'
tell, beforo we had ono ha,. ' used, waf
waax all WKt.r.. I had spent ovw one lua
dred dollars bofore I got your medicine.
Yours, with respect,
HAMILTON M 'ADAMS.
Wtll the afflicted call on the agent aad get a'
pamphlet containing certificates of cures from '
well KNOWN CITIZENS OF CINCINNATI f
Soovill's Blood and Uvr Byrap 'ia
COMPOSED ENTIRELY OP VEGETA
BLES, and Is rnrsoTLT 8FE for CHIL
DREN to use, in case of sor rviuth or eruption,
f th skin. If MOTHEI 8 VALUE th
health of their children, tby ehoaid aradi
ate the seeds of th diseas befor it ia to'
Read the statement of on of th OLDEST'
CHEMISTS IN CINCINNATI.
"I hereby certify that I have been made'
aeanainted with SOOVILL'S SARSAPA
RILLA AND STILLINGIA, or BLOOD AVI
LIVER 8YBUF. THL INGREDIENTS are
entirely vegetable, and i mineral enter
lata th preparation."
W. S. MERRIL1, .
Oaa door weat of Burnet House, CineinnatL'
vV aala Vy th Proprietors,
a. i. scovm & co,
tt. 1 J irt ligktfc Stmt, OiaeiooasL