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ScrofUla, or king's Evu
b a constitutional disease, a corruption of tl. j
blood, ky which this fluid become ttitiutt
eT-aJt, and poor. Being in the circulation, i
iKivmds the whole body, and may buret on
ut ctiaeaaa on any prat of it. No orgArt I (tin
from ita attacks, nor is there one whtoh it me
Ut destroy . The scrofulous taint is rariounl;
lauaed by mercurial disease", low living, li
wk-rrd r unhealthy food, impure air, tilll
Pd filthy habits, the depressing f Jet, and
above ail, by the venereal infection. W'hul
r"t be ita Jrin, It is hereditary in the coii
Kftition, descending " from parents to cliildi.
sntp thkird and fourth avnpration ' luuVii
t sewn to be the rod of Him who say", "
rill tint the iniquities of tlw futl. rs
i children .
Ita AnRU commence by deposition from tl
Wond of corrupt or ulcerous matter, vhicli, i.
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, a tcrmr.
. tutnrulos; in the glands swellinn: and ui
Ihc aurface, eruptions or sores. 1'ni fou cor
ruptien, which genders in the blood, .lepinssct
'' the energies' of life, so that sciolulotu v-oastitti
Sots not only suffer from scroful. us inn.
plaints, bir they have fnr 1cm powci o v. ill
and the attacks of other disease, conn
, ficrtly rer jmbrra pcrUh by -Itm lo.
ftuich, adtt'ough not scrofulett in tl t na ir
r atiM Tendered fatal by this ur't.t in il.
system Most of tlie consumption t.liii-h V
iittinfaf the human family has its orisy" dirty tl,
tn this scrofulous contamination; ud in in
destmrthn (Wise of tlie liver, kliln. l)r :r
and, uulKerf, of all the organs, arts, jrom
t ajnrravatrd by the same cause,
OnequHrtar of all our people are .if'ilo .u
their per noun arc invaded by this li .king u ,'
Action, and their h. slth is undermit iij it
l'orlcaase it from the system wmul dim t
the blwd by an alterative medicine and t.
tip-.-rmv It hy healthr fond and vxurciio
Qwf- Mdbiii w iupply in
cuip'iurtfl Extract of Siirsaparil'
ire most effectual nimedy which the modi
skill nf our times can devise for thi erci
where prevailing and fatal malady. I is coi
bincd frcm the most active remedial that h.i
Nwn discovered for the expurgation of this ft.
disorder from the b'ooil, and tin ri'scue 01 tl
Sstera torn its dentnictive consequent1'
ence It should be employ -il for the cure
rot only Scrofula, but also those other sfl(
jons which arise from it, such as Eniirriv
and Sat Diukasks, St. AciiioMt's Ftaa
Hose, or KnvsiraLAS, I'lsti'im, l'uhTuir.s
lotciic8. Bi.tixsund lloii.a.Ti'atims, Tbttpi
Slid fcst.T BlIRl'M, BcAt.n 1 1 b a r, Kinovohs
Hmrumatism, SriHti.iTir and Mt;itctJUiAi,i'.
Basks, Ditnrsr, Dvsrr.i'HiA, Dkhii.itv, .nut!
indml, ai.i. I'oMrt.AiNTH aiiihiko phum Vrru
Tin l a IiarM'a lli.tiiiu. The popular Unit
is " impurity of tke bltxul " is fuumlud in tl nth
hr scrofula is a dcgenei niiun of 'lie blood. '1 h
iaiticolar iurmie and virtue of this barsapa
tills is to purify and regenerate this vital tiui'l
VT'jout wnich sound health i uuvatuaaUa- if
wnuuuAuatod cooHtitutimie. f
ros tiii sfxkdt coat or
fnrmtet Fevsr, or Favev tf(aaf
WHilttvn Pevrr, Cbllt Ktver, Ouink
A(ttr, Periodical Heartache or B'llonS
lloaUachai, ! illllons it sis, liidsril
or the whole cImss or ilisrat is orlftliiHt
nst biliary derangement, ransed bl
aa Ma tax la mf lllaelaatle t'OMBU'les.
We are enabled nere U, o(Ter the eomniunit'
mcriy arhirh, while it curm the ! e comrilaiii'tl
ith certainty, is still perfectly harmless in an
Suantitv. Such a remedy is invaluable in district!
a'iere thane if.ieting diiorders prevail. Thil
CnH'pi the miasniatie po!on ot Fevbb
sal. Aunt inm ri system, and prevents the da
ekipnwnt af the dinesse, if tnken on the find tin
mark of its premonitory symptoms, it is not only
Ke twat n-aiedy ever yet lijucovprtd fur Ihis las'
f cnmiMSints, but idsn tlie cheapen. Tlie lnrur
usntity supply for s dollar Vinas it Mil Lin thr
arhofrerj fnly; md in bilious ditricts when
ferMa asp Aoi'K preAails, every bwly ihiulii
lave st and use it freely both for ciu-e and , reiee
Van. A s;reat supet'iortty of litis renu dy o 'ar i.n)
etuev svet discovered for die optedy uii Hrui
sire nf latetraittrats is that it cuntitin no Onii.ini
Sr ruuMTil, oniueoueutlylt produces l. rui..iu '.I
athe injurious SRecta whatever upoa l.e eo. k( tu
Jim, TUoee cured by it aie It ft ai uilUu ii
Hkc) nsd lamer had thf disease. el
rem aud Al'ie is not i.lone tneaxi .equci.te ol
tar miasnistio poison. A - iircat vark- :y uf disnr
ter ariae from its irritation, nwionz nliich sre
Wn-'oM Hhuiimtiiim, (jout, Heamuht, Mind
am, Tonhue, Ensue, Cntnri i, AMhma, l'nt
qivw.im, Fviffid AffatiiM of tht Niem, Ihiutrr
tri I'nin aw ioaW, f-hir, I'urahjsii null lh
: .ursaras af tht t-'ttinnci, all nf which, when
win. ai ua .'u tlu csuse, nut on tl.e iutumitlmt
,r- .i omrnis iH-riodiral. This "Cuuk' exiels
tu- iwaun faa the blood, and cniis?i)uriitly cures
tU'W ail afasa t la au Iht-ftlintblc proteeiisa trv
jiiiuiivua aad persons travelling or trmporirily
tviding tat eh mslsriixui Jis'rirn. If taken occa
tsnuajjy u stsny while exited t the infrclinn,
tbal wdl n cvrrrtri frorn tlie system, soil cannot
. runuils in suHicii-iit .(unntity to ripen into dis
sksc. iline it Is even uicra vatusble fur pretee
tio'i nai en re, and few will ever suffer ft vis Inter
evitrma if they avail Uitkisclves uf tiie protectina
ILus rrm.tiv Attne&u.
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LET THE AFFLICTED READ I
And iMni that perfeci and mdlc van Ii vwrtstcd
and itirattyl to all who tut ftfflictod with wkutw,
dt)lutft Darrottt oompUloU. melMicholy thong htf
prtaslon of iplriu, distran and anf uiih of latntJ, Um of
laep, torn of memory, Iom of tnergy and moacuUr power,
puny growth, watting away, aod a wiql of oonfldenco la
thtmwWM, lUDtlutf flu, ooaviiWn tsWubUop, ImpoUnoi
and dltfu f lif
BEAR WHAT THE MEPICaU. PRESS
Bonw phyisclant rwinlra to ho told tha natnra of yoor
dlMwiw-tlia EMULI8II BOTANIO PHVHIUIAN doea
not. UUfMrknowieidireofthobanuniyiUm nll
him to AmcrliM tbo dlemta without any iofonnatlon from
tho pattwDt, to explain lUorlRloal caua, and toictunrantoa
Itacurt. ADd,whLitlamoravaIuai'latj,hawU honoatly
aod frankly tell whether yon aan bo enrrd or not. ThU
will aatUfy your wind, and tar yon axpenat, time, trouble,
and dlMppolntmeut. It will be the tumtiw of aarlng you
many a dollar; It will wv yonr health, and, what U
bettor than all, It will aava jour lite from beiug ahorteDtfd
by wrong treatment.
Hie exanifnatluue ara made wlthont any In format loa
from the patient j therefore he tlhoroushly nndoratanda
their Phyiloal condition and FlirouoloKiual development,
wlthont which ha never eon I J have porfcriniMl a many
astoniihlng curat. It ihonul be remembered that thli
Butanlo Plijrilclan perfnrme curw thoiiKhl lmpoaeiblf.
If you have tried olhera and got no relief, If you with to
enjoy good health and ton lifn, If yoti are wte, you will go
and commit DR. HAI'MARU the Botamlc l'hyelclan.
All hit ooromnnloatlona end intervi-wi ara etrictly
private and coufldcutlal. Medical Juurwil.
TACTS aftVRn ST0DDORN THINGS!
Hear what the I'lillndelpUla correiKndont auya in tho
Common wealth, Wlliulugtou, Duluwaie, tub of April,
" An Knglleh gentleman, furmerly Csmnectod with the
Brltlnh Army, and who tHylt himeelf the 'Kngllsh bo
tanic PhyRlcInn,' liua of late gained an exteiie mpnta
tlon here by hie eklll Io curing nil maimer uf complaint.
Some of hu patent a I have convereed with, and they
pronounce hie remiMllee and mode of treatment aa very
luperlor. Some have been mtored aa If by magic. The
medtstiae he nee.' ledletllled by himself from varioua herbe
poeftraning rare curative propertiee,
"While acting Id the army ha dn hie leisure
.omenta to a thorough etmly of the effect prt. iuced by
wrtaln medicinal roota and herbe on all manner of dieeaeee.
It aeeme be baa found a inre ami ipeedy remedy fur all tlie
Mil that fleab ia heir to.1 Hii practlon ft already extcn
live, and ia dally Inermulng. In the oumpliilnta to which
femalea are euhjected he hue no equal, tu a Inre number
here have toetifiod that thy owe not only tlmir prrecnt
giHtd hfnlth. but thvir liven, to the iklil of thia Ei.gl.ih
Vutaula Phyilclu M -" la at
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
MORE GOOD NEWS I
FROM HIGH AND RELIABLE.
The Botanic Rpmedlne of DiKtnr Raphael, the Kngllsh
Botanle Pbyelriaii, never faileii ytt to maka a peiivct,
radical, and periuantiut cure of ALL
FRIT ATE, SECRET, AUD VENEREAL
Wlthont the nee of Merrnry, without hindrance from bust,
in, aud without ft;ir of liltH-ovtr y or exposure. No deadly
poisons, such as arsenic, nux vomu-a, opium, or itny other
poisons. No mercury nor any deadly mineral) nothing
but purely Vegetal -It Ilittiiiikiil itemed is are nei by tlits
wonderful Botanic I'hyxlciini. Ilia Bit tan lc Homadiee
norer yt failed to cure the mmt olt1tmte and the most
dangerons easee, and to remove all mercury and other
Impurities from the syetfui nheu all otliur llvnicdivs had
fulled. Medical J our ml.
GOOD NEWS TOR SINGLE MEN 'CON
near what the Baltimore correspondent of the (Mrt
fS1low, nooiisboro', Maryland, said ou Thuinby, the lilst
of Mhv, ltitiil:
11 Nuinen iit cure of diseases eanaed hy early (iiiliscretfon
hnvliig ktm p'linriiiwl by theEugllsh Btauic IMiyaician,
I feni it my mily, having a knowledge of tlicm. to state
tlie fact, lNjevingtliatii)doiiigso I nitty do a service to the
uftVrhig. Oije ciuu fn particular that of a young man
In this city worthy of note. Ho hud become the
vie 1 1 in uf a habit, the mere, allusion to which ca trees a
shudder, and atlor ytmreuf suffering aud doctoring gave up
iH ww vt m-tirwry. He wished to marry, und was
dearly Uilovud by an sweet a girl aa ever lisped words
of aiU-ctton, but he whs fearful, uervoue, aud priMtnited.
He Uared uot wed on acctitiut of the ImUetwl etute
of his syiUwii. He aonglit relief nt tho hands of the Bo
tanic PbyiicJan, and, astonishing aa it may eix-ni, all tha
liloum and vigor of yontli has roturned, aud bo la Dow
tite iiaiipy father of a pair of bright buys.'
NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL
DREN, llcar what the Cincinnati Weekly Prose sayi on the 6th
of March, 102 :
He are docltledly opposed to drugs and to advertised
remedies fur the prevention of having children, but we
fsel It onr dnty tu nek nowledge a benefit from any aud from
every eourc when K is for the relief of anflorlng humanity.
A fact has coma to our knowledge that ought to be pro
mulgated and widely circulated fur the beue.lt of those
ledies whose delicate health iiialui it aaooeatary to prevent
any increase of family.
. About twelve won the after marriage, a lady of our ac
quaintance gave birth to a daughter, but her euffe:nga
were so great that bur physicians desaired of her recovery.
This made her dread the very thuughta of again becoming
a mother, ttho tried every thing to prevent a reputitiou
of tier su tiering. Jbut without suceessjug. Two years after
marriage she w as ugaUi coultnct, but her suftorlngB were
su great that the child died, and her own life waa dtMpaired
of. fellie was told by Iter family physician that if she had
any more children lie feared her JjjC would be the forfeit.
Aa all tho rented iee she had tried before had fuiled, she
applied to the Bulimic Physician, Dr. HA Pit At.!.,
No. 159 EAST FIFTH STREET,
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
nii remedies hntl the deetred aiTeet; tbuy out only pre
Tented her from huving ciiildren, but Uty alo toiprovtd
her health. " To tiir t i'br, all tiiinoi a at puaja."
The Botanic Physician's remedlee can be reconi mended,
because they are iiinocut and safe. They operate without
ttiaiiiigsiukiiviaorexpoaure. They do uot Interfere with
the diet or ocoujiatlun. Tltey do Dot Injure the health,
but they art oertaiu tu their effect. J. PA NCOS T, M. O.
M. MKIUUS, U.D.
Any who are suffer ing, no matter what their complain,
can call on the Botanic Physician coufldent tally. They
may rely ummi relief, ilia olttce ia at
NO. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET.
Betwee Sycamore Street and Broadway,
Consultation tally, Snndava excepted. Offloa hours
from IQ A. $o S clwck p. HI.
eVerPeraona at a distance stay crmoiunlrate cotfn
Prntiallv by letter. If they inclose ONK DOhhAH, for
Consultation Fee. In each letter, AU Isttera. cofiinuini-
aatlona, and Interviews, are etrictly prlvat and coufl
antiai. no answer will be given to lettera
dollar la Incloaed aa a Consultation Fee.
Address all lettera aa folio we,
SOX No. 2463, POST OFTICB,
CAUTION TO TBI PUBMO.
Dr. W. Ksntiarl bas so connection with PB0FK880B
w Dr. W.M. Baphael, or Hh soy eibar reaUeinaa of
Star Cut this adTertlssmsnt oat. Wbsa 70a coma,
arlai It with yoa and show It to tho girl who opens the
Sour. To prevent ssistakss ask so
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF.
Rally Once Again!
Jac ob Or ous o
, itant ofEa
WOULD tnformj nhab re-epen(
ton and the vicinit behaa
F AMILT GROCERY
at the old Stand, with an
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK.
He respectfully request his old patrons
and plenty oi new ones, t pay him an early
visit, wnere tuey win ana that hie Stock if
as good aa ever, quite equal to that of "an
"CUEAP FOB CASH,
ii.his motto. . Dec, 10.1
Ralph C. Mccracken,
DEALER IN FINE LINENS, BOTH
Isiah and German, and Gentle- en's
Furnishing Goods Hosie.y of all kinds
Fine Linen mad to order, bf measare
nt, and a neat fit guaranteed
Paper Patterns cut,
SO. 9, WEST F0UETH 8ET.
Oppotii iX SteepU with Golds Eod
Diion Dsris Excutor, of thsl
last will and testament of Preble Co.
David Davis, dee'd, pl'rf. , Probate
Levi Davis, et al.. deft. J
IN pursuance of an order granted by the
Preble county Probate Court, in the
above cause, 1 will offer at public auction
on the premise in Somen township, .Preble
On Soturday, the 28fA ofjan'y, '65.
it 1 o'clock, P. M., ol said day, the follow
ng describ.d real estate, situate in Preble
ounty, Ohio, to-wit; Being one hundred
n eighteen acres of land off of the east
ide of the north-e.ist quarter of section
lumber one, in township tiuml er six, (6) in
unge number two (2,) east, Ao. Appraised
Also, the west half of the north. enst quar
ter of section number liftnen (15 ) in town.
jhip number six 1,6,) in rune number two
(2.) east, 4e., excepting about twenty-five
acres off of the north end ol snid tract, and
north of the taruden ard Jacksunniiri; roiin,
herpte sold and convi-yed o Thumts B.
ATilikin, containing, after deducting said
excepted portion, fifty-five acres, more or
l.'ss. Appraised at ,.
Also, a part ol the north west quarter '
ieet.ou number fifteen, tcwnsliip six, anic
wo, east, beginning nt tha horlh-piu
omer of said quarter, thence south 84
legrces west, on the said line 34 poles;
hence south 46 degrees,eas.t 26 polos; thoiio--outh
65 degrees, east 8 poles; thence sout:
:9 degrees, east 11 poles; thence ni.rth
legrees, west 27 poles Io the place of b
Jnniug, containing three acres, two roo
.nd twenty-six poles of land, and being
art of ii.e lands ol whicb th said Dar
avis died seized. Appraised at 0
yERiis of Salr. One third of the pu
base cash in hand, one thiid in one at
he rectus in two years from the day i
nle, deferred paymen's to hear intere
'om day of sale, and be secured by mortgaj;
on the premises.
Ex'r of Uuvid Davis, dee'd.
Foos 4 Stephkn8, Att'ys for petitioner.
Dec. 29. 1864, Prf $14.00
iiJcon Miller, pi ff.,
Hannah Miller and
PreoleCo., O.. Cour
of Common 1'Ichs.
Petition for partitio
& as'grm't of dowei
The said Haannh Miller, widow, ant
M' tinel Miller, Phillip Miller, Sully Klin.
an I George Kline her husband, Catheriu.
riik'nbery and lienry Aikenbtry, herhud
ban I, William M Miller, Emma Miller, sin
Ada n Miller, of Preble oounty, Whio, Ntnc
Putl o aud John Patten, I er husband, t'
Butler county, Ohio; George Milhr ant;
Hiram Miller, of Fulton county, Indiana.
The unknown children and heirs at luw oi
Fanny Kachart, deceased, of Howard coun
ty, Indiana; and Jacob Miller, of -county,
Illinois, heirs at law and legal rep
rcsentatives of John Miller, late of the saio
ounty of Preble, duceured, will take notice
that the said plaintiff, (also an heir at Ian
and legal representative of said decedent,)
on the 19th duy of December, A. D. 1S64
file 1 his petition against them, in the o(Bc
of the Clerk of tbe Court ol Common I'lftn
of the said county of Preble, in which In
de aands partition of the lands of which
sad John Miller, died, seized, to wit:
0 ir hundred and sixteen acres, being the
w -st half of the northeast qu..rtcr of section
3 1, in township 8, of range 2, in said Prebl"
c 1'inty, 80 acres, and 36 acres adjoining i;.
ai d being in an oblong square on, and of
'he east side or part of the northeast quar
ter of tbe same section; and that dower be
assigned therein to the . aid Hannah Miller.
And tbe said defendant are further no
'ified that, at the term of the said Court ol
Common Picas, next to be holden in am1
'oi the said county ol Preble, the said peti
'ioner will apply Irr an order of partition
ind assignment of Dower, and for such
ither and further acta and order of saiii
court as he may be entitled to under the law.
FOOS & STEPHENS,
Attest: Ally's for Petitioner.
II Shank. Clerk.
Dec. 22. 1864-6w Pr.f.$14.00
NOTICE is hereby given that the under
signed has been duly appointed ami
(ualified as Executor of the Inst Will aim
Testament of Marv T.ii ti.lt Int . nf PrM.
county, Ohio, deceased.
WILLIAM J. KF.LLX, Ex r.
0ec. 29, 1831.
Pav, Bounty Money. &
GILMORL- & CAMPBELL,
Of AIM AGENTS,
(Licensed by the Government,)
WILL promptly attend to the proeecf
tion of Claims for Pensions, Arrev
Pay, Boustty Money, 4c, on behalf
military claimants, Ac.
Fee, ia compliance with ths law of Con
rV also keerAn hand a general assort
ment of Revenue Stamps, and ara prepared
to execute all Contract, Leases, Deeds.
Mortgages, and oth instruments requiring
stamp, with neatneaa aad dispatch.
Ojjic: at the old Stand.
OILMORE & CAMPBEL
RatoJan 8. 863 tf.
Operative and MechanlcaC
Office on Main Street, in Minor's
building, second story.
Sign of the Golden Tooth.
MARSHALL & D R 0
6, West Fifth Street, Cincinoat
NEW WINTER DRESS GOODS
SILKS, MUSLINS, and Housekeeping
They nave also splendid assortment oi
CARPETING, OIL CLOTHS,
hi oh they will 9 cheap for cash
"aiak tstey will sol leaper than any other
La every oa oall at Mauoul Bro'i
0 io, wast ruu street, Between waluu
. Mffl.1 a DISUSES 0RlGIm wra
Whaa tha Liver Is diseaaed the Bits beeomea
jupure, and tends to derang the wbol sys
tem. This Impure Bile being; thrown into
the Stomach, causa a bad taste la ths mouth,
the league being arr or Ism furred, with
tn most eases, dissiness and pain in the bead,
fx Bile then passe from the Stomach into
COSTIVENESS, UNHEALTHY HUB10RS,
ISIPDEB SJTATB OP TUB BLOOD,
and tends to 040 the pores of the skin, whicb
organ baoomss dry and husky. It also tends
ts uspair the action of
as wfll be seen by ths color and auontity oi
j rm. mott'3
VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS
will promote a healthy
aotioa of the livsr, and
will change this impure
Bile to a healthy state.
To provent or remove the
secretion of unhealthy
bile, thst Fills have a
specific action en the
Liver; after using them,
the tongue will become
.1 J -1 . u
I iiiuuuj uuu vicau, iui
twi will become natu-
tal.and digesl'oo. b rendered easy. The Pains
tn the Bead, aok, and Stomach, will be
removed. The Jewels will become cleansed
and regular, THE BLOOD PURE AND
mEALTIIY, and the Urine natural.
Although these Fills are most searching
n-their action upon the whole system, yet
they art harmless, even for the most deli
sat system, as they oontaln so Hsroury
tr mlnsral 1 a& term, but are composod
tiraly of vegetable substances.
LIVES COMPLAINT CURED.
Induxspolis, October 12, IB58.
tfasaa. A. L. Bcovili, A Co.
Qente.t 1 am hardly able to ex-
fress my gratitude tor the benefit which my
laughter has derived from tbe use of Dr.
Bott's Liver Fills, She had been troubled
with what the physician called Liver Com
laiat; but our doctor failed to give her any
Ssrmanent relief, although she tried his pre
scriptions effectually. She had become mel
ancholy, unhappy, and her constitution was
much breksi dswa by the use of Mercury.
Sbo tried Dr. Moit's Liver Fills, and soon
began to get better. I am happy to say that
Us has now entirely recovered her health.
JAM S3 COBB.
VasaXA, Oslo, September ii, 1858.
tfassss. A. L. Ssovux A Co.
Oentt. .- 1 have been troubled with
I torpid attion of the bewelt for six or seven
rears, which has been tbe csuse of a great
deal of suffering to me, and I had to deprive
myself of many kinds of food, and used much
oatmeal, etc., until 1 got Dr. Kett's Liver
Fills, sad find that they keep my bowels
regular, aud I now eat anything that my
family does. I most confidently recommend
those Pills to those who are troubled with
sonsti nation of the bowels.
CastBsiDui, Id., Feb.
usssaa. a. li. Bcovui, ft Lo.
Oentt. i This is to certify that 1 have
sied Dr. Hott's Liver Fills in bilious attaoka,
ind found them to be the best Pills that I
ever used for that purpose ; end I have also
ased them as a Cathartic Medicine, aud bavs
found but little use for a Physician since I
had them in my family,
Yours, truly ASA FRENCH.
DYSPEPSIA, OR INDIGESTION.
This is generally attended with sour stomach,
Mas of sppetjte, nausea, flatulency, heart
burn, costiveness, heat in the stomach when
alupty, a pain in the side, paleness of the
countenance, languor, low spirits, disturbed
sleep, pains in tbe bead, Ae.
BrsivsrtSH.B. Gato, July 1, 185.
Ifasssa. A. L. Sceviu. A Co.
Oentt. 1 i have found Sr. Hott's
livsr Fills one of the best medicines foi
Dyspepsia that I ever used. I had bees
afflicted with the disease for more than six
laonihs, and my victuals disturbed my
itomacb, often to such a degree as to cause
vomiting. I was most of the time costive.
I found that t- PiHs kept my bowels open,
without griping or pain. I have actually
gained in weight, since using them, being
sen pounds heavier than whun I commenced.
ova my cure solely to use of the Pills.
MLI0US FEVER CURED.
PosTsaouTl, Obio, April 1, 185.
was. A. L. Scoviu. A Os.
Oentt. t I have been, for years, sub
;rt to attacks of Bilious Fever ; and some
times I have been luid up for months, and
y system left in a feeble state by the use a
Irong medicine, which was given to me by
1 have been using Sr. Kott's Livsr Fills
tr some time. I find that I can break those
ttacks in a day or so, and escape entirely
the fover. My daughter hsd an attack of
Dyspepsia, whiah distressed her mucb ; she
-ould not cat scarcely anything withouttfbe-
'ming nauseated at her stomach continually.
V.ue time since she got and baa been using
i Kntfs Liver Fills, and ahe now is like
matter being. I have found also that they
are the most valuable Fills for Breaking np
:ol4i, Headache, Fains la the Side and Back.
' would not be without them in my family.
-t sale by she Propriety's.
H A. L. SCO ILL ft CO,
So. 1 West Eighth Street, Cincinnati
NEW JEWELRY STORE.
mflE ondersitrned wauld resnfctfully in
JL form the citizens of Preble county that,
he has opened a New Jewelry sho, in
Fisher's buildini. oDnosite the Bank, Main
Street, Katon, where he will keep constantly
on band a good stock of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, ALBUMS,
And all kinds ef TOTS for Children,
Iga-Clocks and Watches cleaned and re
paired, and the work warranted. All he asks
for is a lair trial.
C. G. SCULfiNKER.
Eaton Dee. 1, 1864 tl'
The undersigned has been duly appointed
aamiiistrator 01 me estate 01 salty uapner
ate of Hariison township, Preble county
JACOB HAPNEB, Adm'r.
Feos k Ptsphess, AttyV
Dec. 22, 1864 3w.
G. W. QANS,
Attorney & Counselor at Law,
EATON, PREBLE CO , O.
Office : Head of the SUlra, In Minor
-A. . n .
aew Drick, opposite uourt noase.
ia?Speeial ttent'on givjn to Probata
matters, in okttli- t or ACCOvsrTa, rkA
TiTtosT or Lands, CouacTions, Ao.
He will attend to a'l matters ettUswteti ts
htm in tt i tnt" tot Countte ef Carke,
Montgomery, aud Bntler 1..
Eaton, March, 10 186-si TTT
Mais Street, CINCINNATI '
O 'r '
WHBRS CAN BE HAS -
MY A V
f all kinds, and latt st dutes, at Wholesale
and Retail, at New York prices j
Of every kind, in lurgo supi'lv; ulao
In Great Varieiv ;
rrgavicsc' of Battles
I if. BITS IF NR1
Of all kinds, &c.
N. B. Agents wanted in
Town, to Bull tlieao goods,
which they can e!o well.
am v irw
107, MAIN STREET,
April If Rfi I 3m
JC iT RECEIVED, at the estaMishmen
ol the undersit'iicd, a lurge stock of
.Fish, Brooms. Tobao.
and all other articles usuallv kept in a firs'
lars Grocery My old customers, and tin
jiuMic generally ire invited Io call, as I nu
Interminad tn sell as low ts t..y othe
iinuse in the county.
L. G. GOULD.
MIC HAL fILBRT
Still in tlie Icicle,
HE has Just toturned from the "Que
City" with a large aud varied stock
HATS h CAFS
Tte iidy Made
7oths, Cassimeres, Ttoudt, Vesting
and a large kit of
ntch . e ofCers to his numerous customer!
it as low rates as can be bought anywhera.
I9"A11 kinds of Custom Work maue to
order, on the shortest notice.
The public are invited to call at nil old
stand; opposite the "National Hotel," and
examine his stock
Come along, come along, make no delay:
Come from ivery hamlet and village by the
Come and bny the cheapest Clothes that ever
you did wear,
All warranted to fit jui neat, and 0 -cither
rij or tear.
SAMUELS, POLAND, k JOHXS0K,
MiKOrsiTi'iteirs aud trsi.Kas m
TTOULD respectfully inform the public
I V tfcat they have opened h
NEW FURNITURE STORE.
In Vanauadal's building, West Malta Street
',ene door West of Gould's Grocery,) h'lon,
')liio, where they w II keep constantly 0..
hand a good assortment ot FUKMTURE.
Plain and Fancy Bureaus,
Center Tubien, Sociables.
Sofas Work Stands, Wash
Stands, and Upholstery
OF ALL STYLES AND KINDS.
They will ulso make ail kinds of Furniture
They will keep a firsf class HEARSE, and
Coffins of all Kmds,
Mid will attend promptly to all calls in ths
When detired, they will take charge ol
odtcs after death, and shroud and prepart
hem for the grave.
We solicit, and hope by prompj attention
'i business, to secure a fuir share ol publii
Eutoa, Dccl, 1861 tf
Baran St., between Main & Somerf
HGood Stabling fcr 150 Horses. t
Deo. 1, 1864 tf
1 W6R06 BY.
11. Y. LAN I US,
Aviuq purchased G. Lo-ksonds stock
of Groceries, has commenced bnsinest
n ilinor s old cornor. He has ulso recciv
d rOientorcements from the Queen City,
ind tins now on hand a large and well 6e.
ected stock of
S'bch as Tea, Coffee, Suqar, Ki e
Candles, Spices, Tobacco, Ci
gars, Fruits, Soap, Fiah.
Tickles, Oysters, Can
dies, NtHs, Moi
Butter Cbcese, Lard,
Salt, Dried Keef, Ladf
Btlopna, Coal Oil, Powder,
Shot, Buckets, Tubs, .Baskets,
'hums. Brooms, Selves, &c, &c.
He baa also a general assortment of
t& The highest Market price giren for
'ountry Produce in exchange for Groceries
Eaton Nov. 24 1864-tf.
at C. asiotts.'',. , I
Before J. MsLean
J. P. of Twin
tbe second day of November A. D
lob4. said justice issued an ordeiof
attachment in the abov action for the sum
f three dollars an.) fifty cent
NELSON DON NELL AN.
West Alexandria, Nov. 24, 1864 w3.
MESSRS. MILLER, RAU A CO., HAV
iog purchased tha brewery formerly
o nert ny B. 1 hompson, beg leave to infurm
tb) citizens of Eaton and vicinity that they
have on hand a constant supplv of the
tie it Ab and Lager Beer in large and small
anoutffcs to suit i.istomers.
499 Broadway New Yrk.
THE attention of the Poblie and the trade i invited to our Niw Sttli Sivwn
Octav Kosiwood Piaho FoHTm, which for ao'time and purity of tone are unria
valed by any hitherto offeie in this market. They contain all the modem improvements.
PrencK, Grand Action, llhrp Pedal, Iron Frame OvenSfrung Bat, dc, and each in.
sin-uient being made under the personal supervision of Mr. J. H. Grovkstkeit, who bas
jad a practical experience of over 30 years in tMfl- manufacture, is fully warrguted in
The "Grovesteen Piauo Forte" nccioep the highest award of merit over
all others at the Celebrated worlds Fair.
Where were exhibited instruments from the beat makers of London, Paris, German.
Philadelphia, Boston, and New York; and also ht the American Institute fnr ire 1,,'
eettice year, the gold and silver medals from both of which can be see are-room
By the introduction of improvement we make a atill ntcrs ,no Forte, aj
by manufacturing laryely, with a al nelly case system, areo ,jkrj to offer these M,.lr
ments at a price which sill preclude all competition,
Psuces, No. 1, Seven Octave, round romars Russwood plain cage f 275.
No, 2, Seven Octave, round corners, Rosewood heavy moulding $300.
No, 3, Seven Octave, rouud corners, Rosewood Louis XIV stylo a fv
(imileof theabov; ci L 1 '
Teimi.- Vet Cash, ia eorrent fiinda.
DiSCIUPTIVECIfiCUiausill, iHUL. Ulj.
ITtTAaSlJ St-i-'sl jISlMBl!fJl'anj,Ij
GOOD NEWS AT LAST!
Ths am .fatllDf DB. BAPHAEL Is tha kast H
aaads srlaSD sU otlisrs bSTS ttilaa.
atlal, WHO ARE IN TROVBIafl,
in who bars bssa anrbrtnnata, all aboas fonj hopas km
baan dlaapiwl-itad, erttalMd, aad klaatad, all who lian bans
asdaosl bjt tiia, promt and darail, all alio ban bassi
SacalaaS and trIOod wall, aU to to klin for adrloa aaa. aa
He iHakas your aitafbrrnnss pstt swsj, bs fiiakas aba
slander aad enrjr of jour anauilas tall liarmleas, and be
sustains our character and reaiiectal'llitjr In spite ot evil
reports and rumurs. All who are In doubt of lite srlar.
tt'tni of tboss tliajr love consult lilm to rfheve and .atiarv
Ikelr anlnda, and Io Soil tint If lUrir brialit aiul aarai
kcyos will oe realised.
IN 10VE eUTAIKS HE KXTER
He has lite snrst ef winning the anVtlorai of the npno.
alte sal. Bs iildra Hie single Io a wiwillh, and l.m,,,.
aisrriain, aid makes tl.e marrlwt happjr. Ilia aiil aud
edaice lias n atrfkllrd la lunusaeralile llaalauoss, and
the result has alwnja bsea
A SPEEDY t BAPPT MARRIAGE.
To i.'aka tklugs mora sura, Ue will sLmw you Ike Ilka,
TOUR FUTURE IIUSDANO OR W1TB.
He will tell run titrlr olrrnmataDree Slid their futura
pnaperrs; and whial la ts-tter IIihii sit, ho ran li-u .roa
their tlioutclits and w'At .heir "renl" Intentions ara.
What is belter still, ke ou tell jrou if Ikoy a ill luako jo
Jir. Rsphsel la, tliorefore, a anre dupenilonea.
To all in tiuaiufas his ailvtce ia invijitiible. lie ran f.-r.
tell, wilb the greatest crtMiiity, tlio li-anit of all vuuisiur. .
cisl and biieitifws iranMctiuns and apiTitlntlnti. Hr Ita.
plisel tnlerpreis dreams lur lottery uiiinUirs with unletting
glrsn wlthont any extrs charKo.
MORE GOOD NEWS 111
DIt RAPHAEL will rss'l your Huroacops or write ytor
astlalty. Cery uan, tl.roub the length and breadth nf
the laud, who tuts 1)hJ luck, and wlio inn not net on la
tbe world, should bo iu poasessiun of his Horoscope, aua
pt Dr. bapluwl's
Written Opinion of his Future Pros
pect in Litb.
It will guide him to wealth, eminence, and hoaar.
Thoiisatids of good inn, who avara mifortntiNli end un
saoceaeful in Mielr bnatnsas rnen wlm wirkiHl herd, sod
wlio struggled against adversity slJ mlafurlun. tin gie.iler
part of (heir lives, and who found the more tltey trM ta
get forward ill the world the more things wout agaaoeS
them: These men got Dr. Baphael's written opfnl..i. ii
their future proaie.:ts tu Ilk. All tkuos who wieely lot
lowed Vt. Ksiiiisers advice are now
RICH, HAPPY, AND SUCCESSrTJT.
lasll th: nndi.rtnklngs; Willie tlioea who were Minded
by prejudice and Ignoranoe, uiglected but atlvu aie .ial
Uboring sgaiuat atlvvrsity aud poverty.
WEALTH, EMINENCE, AND GOOD
are within the reach of all. If yon wish to be rlcb ua4
bsppy yon will coneiilt him also.
GOOD NEWS for the AFTLICTED.
lie has the gift, sd can tell tlie antlrteil the mine af
their disease suil ion-ring. He can alao tell whettier they
can lie cured or out, thus aaviog the auttoted wutii tluubla
C.nnltntions dally, Stmdays tlcepteil. CAwa laoun
from III A. M. to 6. P. H.
All Inlerviewa are etrictly private and confldeutla.
Iborttore wo say, go our I go all I and coneuil
The Astrologer of the 15th Ccntiry,
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
BulwecB Sycamore Street and Ilroadway,
sTsrrmrES reiu'ced to svit tiie timi:s.
"Teriua for Viaitnrs. Ladies fifty cotits ; Cientletnas
one dollar, fur each coii.ult.uiou. NS i.ni vou call,
ASK TOR THE DOCTOR,
It will r-revant mist.ikna.
star Peraona st a dlataure may commttnl'-ate eosrlDBR.
tui.lt by letter, If tbey Inclose I INK Iml.LAH for f'na
solution File, in AioJt tetter. All letters, cominunloa
tious, slid iutertire, are strictly private stirt ivuii.li a
list. Nounawer aili tie given to letters unices ousdol
titr ia tiicl.wnd aa a (Juuaultntlon Fee.
Addreas all icsaara sa folio :
BOX Na. 2563, POST OFFICE,
Let il be rfenrly ui' V: stuuil
tuit thn prlrt QsVQied u 1 ronnnltiitlon Uv i:y for n r. n
lulttititm only. U tiwu not py fur ilta Luctur'i wtittt
opinion of your ftiturc sTOHpsjcU In Hfo, It iloei rot piiy
for winninK )) tTciittni ot ihv ojiptwitt uvt tor tb
cotwuiiinistilou of alutpjiy murrijine, mr fortloinem yuthr
buBiirtwst naniwJ lu thtj al-ovo advertlMment, Thf Doctor
hui flxedi)rtrt'rurd(liigBtcbiH'pArniebutiii.TH Inyuur
coitMiltatii)iiftb th Utx-t'ir, you luttru !ijv you run rtUx
tlie Amii bop nnt your lienrt; yon urn told .tw tarn
can gt kll yon wiuit, mid huvr your Imsluc t '.ltt u
jone m that It cttn not IttU. H will ft-retHI wlmt H ffr
I1L6TIISY. lu ei.uu, hj will Ull what U Uiluisi uu -eu
Caution to the Public.
Ir. W. Hatphiwl, the AtPolfafffr, hnn na fonnncH'
with PRorESSURor Dr. W. M. BbuIimI, or with i.y
Khr KeatbsnisUi f tliOMtiHt iihiiir.
VCut thii t 'Tortisemnt out. Whn yon ontue,
bring It with yon fttid show It to the girl who optius
tlovr. To (trsfuut nitsukmi, nitk to
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELT.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE. LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
And barn that a perfect at -t raiflcal enra is warranto
and guaranteed to all who re nlllirl.l will, weekness,
debility, neraous complain! , nieliiiu holy thonhla, da.
preaxion of spirt sa. sVtrees Jid engiiiah of mind, Imia of
slwp, loss of memory, fceeo; energy and mnacnlar aower,
puny growth, wasting sw:ryp and a want of ronlWme la
theniselvre, fainting flti, convulsive tremblings, lmpo.
tvuee slid dlagiiHt of life.
HEAR WHAT THE MEDICAL PRESS SAYS.
801110 phyalrUns require to lie told the nature of yonr
dlseiMe-llie KNULIHII IIOTANIU PHYSICIAN d.s
not. His perfect knowledge or the human aeslem enalili
him todicribe the dbieseiw without uny luluraisliou from
the uitlent. to explsiti Ha oriinsl iiw, ami to rusrsnte
IU cure. And, what ia mure natuiible atill, he will bonestly
and frankly tell whether you enn lie c rreil or not. All
bia common catiotin end iuterTiewe are strictly Drivels
and ronlideLiial. ilfeilicaf Joam.il.
Tho HoUnic Remedies of Ir. Itnphael. th. Kngllsh Do
tsnic Phyaician, never Isllod yet to imibe a perfect, rndl.
eal, and permanent cure of t ?'1VATK 'fKriii '
AND VKJisillKAL nioKAHKS, wlthont the nee of Mer!
Curjr, witliotit hindcrance from buaiueas, aud aithout
fear of discovery or eipoaitro. No desdly p..ls"c, sucb
as arsenic, nux vomica, opium, or any other ttoiauns.
No mercury norany .li-nrlly minorals-nothlng l.as purely
Vegetable botanical KemeUieearo used by this wonderful
Bounlc Physician. Ilia lloun Io Rnuicrliee never yet falioil
to cure tlie moat "Minute anil the ai t dnngerniw caaoi,
and to ri'nii.vc all mercury and oilier rtntoiiiiiesfi e. ilea
system when all other lkmcdios hail failed. M-t
tiliOI) NEWS FOR SIXGI.K ME CONTFMT'T.a'e.
INO MARIlIAtiK. Hear what the Ilauiuiuia uiie.
pondenl of the Odiifi llow, B.e.iiboni, lUrvl.ind, st.M ea
Thnraday, theaist of Use. 11KS1: '
" Numerous cures of diaoasea caused by ear'y l.nllet: ,
tlon having been performod by the Kugliah lt..tnlc P',y
small. I bad it niyiluty, havinga knoal.dgo of iheu is
state the fact, believing that in doing so I msvrlne erv.
ice to tbe suffering. One caee in particular tuai 01 a
youog man in thia city Is worthy of note. He t ,
tiecuiue tlie victim of a habit, the mere alliieiob to wui. b
eauaea a shudder, and after years or snflorit.g and doc. .
ing gsa np all hopea of recovery. He wiebed to marry,
and .as dearl, belong by as aa'eet girl eaeaer I i. J
vords of aSectiun, but be waa fearful, nsreous, an p. na.
ISJl rfi 1 ml ""i weJ on cco1"" shatter, J
1. .0 y"m- Hi ""t r"" ,h """"is '
Botanic Physician, and, astonishing aa It may aeetu, a.1
the blia.m and vigor or youth has returned, and be m
aow the bsppy fether of a pair of bright boys."
Any who areauneriug, no matter what their comt lalut.
can call on the Botanic Physician conAdentially. The?
?!,?ulTT!l relief. His mc U at No. 69 Ajf
TttTH Bel Sycamore 3t. and Broadway. CINCINNATI.
TINWARE ANO STOVES. El
P (K fubscriberirotld call the attrition
his oM feln.J. ..J . a. L:
aBrsmStock of excellent
-tewT vaptstty nsnaily kept in Tin Shop.
ue also keeps constantly on hat 1 tne 1
st and moat annmnj r
COOKING & PARLOR STOVES
all ofwhich Le nill toil as 1, ... ... v
chased elsewhere i the cousty.
prepareo to attend, to ail orders lor
Tin and Sheet Iran Rnr.fi nn
an reasonabla terms. The work warranted
'.-I'atiiiiE aiteutiea to
wora Qone m snob
Banner as to render general satistact.u0.
Ilia lUn .Til l
-ith Nona of theOJld Fellow .UuiU.n!
All artir.lAa ! t: ,
... una soiaat sti.jh
to reqiur) his adherence to' cash hl.
WAUKk P M-OAlm.
Sank, Smith 4 Co., ri fa Ee'"ur J. Kt
Tfc " ,!le.t.,.'.r f
William Mttcliet, dei't ' ' " wosruship
.. "I Pr..Kl. . f
On the 15th day of Drcerr.lier, lit aid
JusUesj issned unOMerrif .itr.r,Birr.r ia
asuuu, lor OH SillBul 21.7J.
sat Alexandria, Jj. j j