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Till; DAILY TRESS!
Men and Women Nowadays.
Bottebody Is sporting or the Boston
ourwo7 certain speeches of "Father Langley,"
who ii very sensible old cove. The follow
ing is hit opinion of the present generation:
failed, has he ? I wonder they don't all
fail I For what wrth tbe extravaance and
good-ror-nothingness of men and women
nowadays where is it all to end? Call
tl emsnlvea "Sons of Pilgrims," do they I I
wish to mercv their old. grandfathers could
lee them ! They were true grit, real Aeon's
ry vox uui iuBe popinjays are notning in
the world but veneering I . When I was a boy
it used to be the fashion for boys to be ap
prenticed till ihey bad learnt their trade;
but now they are all botse t They ain't no
boys nowadays I ' Tbey set up for them
fires as soon, as weaned know enough
Sight more than their fathers and grand
fathers jou can't tell them any thiog
they know it all I Their fathers sweated and
tugRed in the cornfield at the tail of a plow
or else over an anvi'; bat they can't do It!
They are all too grand to dirty their fingers!
They must wear fice cloth, and shirt collars
tip to their ears be made into lawyers:
learn doctoring; set themselves np as preach
ers, telling ns we ought to do this or that: or
else get behind a counter to measure off ribin
and tapetf Smart work for two-fisted men !
Men did I say ? They ain't mor'n half men I
If we go on at this rate the breed will run
out by another generation we shan't hare
nothing lett but a mixture of coxcomb and
rconkev I The women, too, are no better
it is jut t even they are brought up, good
.for nothing nnder the sun but to-put in a
When I wai a bov I wasn't so the spinning-wheel
stood in the kitchen, and the
dje-tub stood in the oroer they were put
to work bs soon as they codld walk; they
didn't hare no nursery maid to run after
them; their mothers warn't ashamed to tend
their own babies! They could sew a patch
Ed rock tbe cradle besides. The eMs
were good for something in those days; they
could spin and weave wool and linen, linsey
woolsey, red and blue, and wearjt too, after
it was done! They cou d eat bean porridge
with a pewter spooo, "and they were enough
Sight happier, and better suited than the gals
cow, -with their silk gowns, their French
messes, and silver fork?, yawning and mop
ing abon': silly pale-faced things with noth
ing to do ( Bet them to work T Put them
at it early ! Idleness is the devil's foreman:
and no chain is so strong as the iron of
babitl Watts was nobody's fool I can tell
yon I He knew what was wha! Folks
don't stand still in this world; they are go
ing one way or t'other. If they ain't draw
ing the sled up bill, they'll be sliding down!
Adam was a farmer, and Ere hadn't no
'Irish gal," nor ''nigger wench" to wait
upon her I what do these popinjays say to
that? Ashamed of the old folks I'll war
rant! Adam wasn't nobody Ere 'wasn't
nobody they know it all.
But they can't work they are so delicate,
thy ate "eo weakly!" What has made
them so weakly ? Send off yonr chamber
maids, yonr cooks, yonr washerwoman; and
eet your own gals about it ! It made smart
women of their grandmothers, and if tbe
blood ain't ran out they'll be good for some
It used to be the fashion to be hones': if a
man got in debt, he tried to pay; if he didn't,
public opinion set a mark upon him; but it
ain't so now"; he tries not to pay; he'll cheat
and steal; (tor what is it better than stealing!)
and the one that can cheat the fastest is tbe
best fellow. It is astonishing how slippery
these fellows are. Slip through the smallest
holes don't make no more of it than a
weasel ! Just as soon think of catching a
flea napping as one of them. Tby drive
. fast teams-sciiboat bit or curb: bay all they
can; pay for as little as possible: pocket all
they can carry, then fail; make a smash;
snap their fingers at their creditors; go to
California; go to grass nobody knows
where; and begin again ! ' fSood gracious, if
some of these fellows had lived forty-fire
years ago, tLej'd have clapped them in prison
and shared their beads!
Thomas Rivers, in his XewJiose Amateur' 'i
Guide, gires the following hint as to a new
practice with the Hybrid Perpetaals that is
worth a trial, if it will work in our cli
mate: Standard roses, intartistio and pictur.
esrue as they are, hare "held their'own" for
some years. It is time that some new rose
' idea was originated, and I hope ere long to
hare standard roses spoken of as things of
the past like stage-coaches and road wag
ens. The culure of pyramidal roses will re
quire more care and time than the culture
of standards, which we all know is rery
Bimple ; but the rose-gardener will be amply
compensated by such glorious effects as hart
never yet been seen inour roseries.
Like all really good gardening ideas, the
culture' of rose pyramid, although requir
ing more time and care than the culture of
standard and dwarf roses, is still rery sim
ple, and may be carried out as follows ;
Some strong two-years' old stocks of the
llanetti rose should be planted in November
in a piece of ground well exposed to sun
and air. The soil should hare dressings of
manure, and be stirred to nearly two feet in
depth. In the months of July and August
in the following year they will be in a fit
state; to bud. They should hare one bud
inserted in each stock close to the ground.
The sort to be chosen for this preliminary
budding is a rery old Hybrid China Rose,
called the Madame Pisaroni, a' rose with a
most rigorous and robust habit, which, bud
ded in strong Manetti stocks, will often
make shoots from six to seven feet in length,
and stout and robust in proportion. In tbe
month of February following, the stocks
which are in life buds shoull all be cut down
to within six inches of the bud.
In May the buds will begin to shoot rig.
orously; if there are more shoots than one
from each budthey must be removed, leav
ing only one, which in June should be sup
ported with a slight stake, or the wind may
displace it. ISy the end of August this
shoot ought to be from fire to six feet in
bight, and is then in a proper state for
building to form a pyramid.) Some of the
most free-growing and beautiful of the hy
brid perpetual roses should be selected and
budded on these stems in the following man
ner: Commence about nine inches from
the ground, inserting one bud ; then on the
opposite side of the stock, and at tbe same
distance from the lower bud, insert another;
and then at tie same distance another and
another, so that buds are on all sides of the
iree up to about five feet in hight, which, in
he aggregate, will amount to serea buds.
Ton will thus hare formed thecundation
of a pyramid. .
I need scarcely add that the shoots from
the stock must be carefully removed during
the growing season, so as to throw all its
strength into the buds. It will also be ad
visable to pinch in tbe three topmost buds
rather severely the first season, or they will,
to use a common expression, draw up the
sap too rapidly, and thus weaken the lower
buds. The terminal shoot jpust be cut off
early in June. In the course of a year or
wo magnificent pyramids may thus be
foraied, their stems completely covered with
foliage, and far surpassing any thing yet
seen in Boee culture. I have as yet found
o rose equal in rigor to Madame i learonl,
although when attention is turned to the
subject other varieties mar perhaps be
found. If extra strong groifoi be desired.
the stem may be suffered to grow two sea
sons before it is budded.
Tbe roc st free-growing hints, such as
Jules Ssarcottin, Ueuerel Jacqueminot, Uob
one de KougemonV Triomphe des Beaut,
Arts, Lord liaglan, Souvenir de la Heine
d'Angletenre. Triomphe de 1'ExposiUon, and
dlber kinds of rigorous habit these will form
giand pyramids from fix to seven feet in
hight. For smaller pyramids those of more
moderate growth may be selected. It will
scarcely be advisable to bud more than one
sort on a stem, as Do two kinds will be
found equal in growth, but as a matter of
lancy varieties of different colors may be
inserted, so as to make a variegated pyra
mid. Vigorous growing Bourbon Roses
may be employed for pyramids, and Tea
scented and Nossette Roses, as the stock is
highly favorable to their growth, but they
should be protected in winter by fern or
branches of evergreens tied round them.
Rose Pyramids. SONG
There was an oil decanter,
And its mouth was gaping
wide; The rosy wine
bad ebbed away
And left its'
side; And the
wind went humming
the sides it flew,
And through the reed
. like hollow Bank
The wildest notes It
blew. I placed it in the
window where the blast was
blowing tree, and fancied that its
pale mouth sang the queerest strains to
me: Thsy tell me puny conquerors the
PJegue has slain his ten, and war his hun
dred thousands of tbe best of men: "But I,"
'twas thus the bottle spoke "But I
bare conquered more than all yonr fa
mous conquerors, so feared and famed
of yore. Then come ye youths and
maidens all. Come drink from
ont mf cup, the beverage that
dulls the brain, and burns
the spirit np that pats to
shame the conquerors
that slay their scores
below; for this has
with the lara
tide of woe.
' the path of
war wares of
blood may roll,
yet while ' I killed
the body I've dam'd '
the rery souL The chol
era, the sword, each rain nerer
wrought as in mirth or malice, on
the innocent Pre brought, and still I
breathe ODon them, and thrv shrink)
from my breath; and year after year my
thousands tread the dismal road to Death."
V nAVK BKEJI ADVISED THAT IN
Cincinnati and throughout the Wmi a nuni
Counterfeit Sewing Machines
Hatp Ven palmed off on the p-oblfc. The ff?nirI
method ba txvii to get fuds md with our nam.
(1. M. SiNUER A CO. od the trevile, and If
p aring ther worthies irachinon the ctttid, de
ceive tboee who b- heard of the popularity of our
maci ii.ee. &ee tha "MNGEa & Oo." ie on the
machine ; if not, the macbioe is a counterfeit and
uc lender d unpoeior.
Hat theSQLB AGVHCT IN ClCl& !f ATI for the
ale of our macltiAee. II ie office U In the
NEW COMMERCIAL BUILDING,
Corner or Fourth and Baee-sts.,
And ir would tdrlM H Iboa who r abont to
pcrcba?, to eHber call at or commonictte witb tha
bora office. dlall XJ 1. M. HlNUtB a GO.
QONSTITITIONAL Visit AS K8
IMPOTBl il OB IHAB1LITT,
Slaeaws of She CBINABT 0R0A!T8,
fa And I IIP ORB BLOJD.
Bow rain? thcmiardi of van and womaa are there
who are at thia time tafferuif out a miaerabte exist
ence, or from tfcet pcraiciou practice, eelf -aolutkmT
look at their pallid, emaciated and dtgflfvmd fcoea,
and their broken down oonatrtnttODJ, diaqsallftBC
them from the happioeee of Karri age, or the eoj3T
meet of life. ! thia horrid litaatioDthoasadjaaf-
er, antfl death eloeee the icaee. Let pareste, mar
dies or fxieeda attend to thoe who are enfferlDS
with aav of theoe horrible, llfe-deetror ing maladies,
lee that ther are cared for, and cured before it be toe
lata. Bead them Immediately to Dr. J. KATES,
Ho. 13S Brcajnore-etraet, tret door below fifth
treat, Cincinnati, Ohio, a phriieiaa who baa made
private liiiini hie especial atndr for M yeara, and
who Is certain to core the moat Inveterate cases,
wtthont HKBCTRY OK ANY OTHIB IKJUBI
OV8 TJRCQB. It Is Important to those afflicted, or
to those who are Interested ia the welfare of their
friends, to be careful of-the many racrurDiD eoo
tobs, who infest all cities, publishing their (rest
kill in curing alt diaeaaes In a few days, imposing
upon ttSi poblio bv using the names of eminent
physicians from Europe and ether placet. Be,
therefore, careful, and make strict Inquiry before
you risk your life, or you may tall into the hands of
N. B. Dr. J. KATIS wlH attend his patients
personally, and can be found in his tfflce, Ho. 133
Sycamore-street, first door below Fifth, from
o'olcck in the morning until I la the evening. All
- BLK time at the Cincinnati Look H enital.
I n ii irn street, neia een walnut ana vwia. with.
out the use of Mercury, loss of time or change of
UR STEVENS, from the hospitals of London,
Pariasnd Baltimore, is the diftcoyererof theonly
certain aud reliable remedies for dlaeaaaaof a nrf.
yate character. By bla apeolal experience ia this
much lieslectt-d .branch oi metical acienee. hA ia
enabled to guarantee a oure In the most complicated
Htcenr eaaAB or (Mnnrrhm or Hvnhllla nnnui in a
ft w dais, Without cbaoge of diet or hindrance from
bimineea. Hrcoadary Syphllii-the last Tentige
eradicated without the dm ot Meroury. Involuntary
loHaei of romeu stopped iu a short time. Buffttrers
rron incompetency, or lees of sexual P'-wr. matured
to full vigor in a few weeks. Gleet or Gonorrhea of
long ataoumg, where ail internal remfeiies have
failed, permanently and speedily cured by a new
Iriured in b'dr and mind from the effects of self.
sbuae, with premature pains in the head, back aad
limt a nervous cougn, leneral bodily las-ltuue,
morbid despondency ana evereion to eeciety, in.
aMIity to concentrate the memory ana Intellect, are
treated for Iryepentta, tjonsumptlon or Llyer Com
plaiut, aud tbrouHb tbe ignorance and empiricists
of others, or a faiee delisacy of their own, drag out a
miserable exfetence by infraction of the mjst Im
perative yet simple laws of tuetr being.
iJiseaees pecull Kt to females treated.
mar A CUKKGUABANTIl.U IN ALLCASES.j
Persons at a ditaLca, by inclosing a poaUije
stanpsnd sddreaaiug US. BTKVsVMo A CO., B
6'A), Cincmnat', 0 , luav receive prompt treatment.
I lei i-ii
DM, BTDART V CO.
devote their undivided etten
tiou to the treatmcut of the
afollowing dlsessee, vis: (Jon
orr'iea. C'eet, tUrkturtt, By
pkilit, in all Its forms , Sera.
inul H'eaAiMSS, Itnpoltnct, Ue. and they always
suoeesd ia curii g the wo st cases, although
meay of their patients naa sougni renei rrom every
other arm i cu. and In luanr lnstanoes had beso Clvsn
np to die. Those who have eontraoted disease
huald make imuiaaliaUi ana Icatloa. aa br their 1
proved treat went tber are etaaliied to cut short IS-
ceot cases in a very short time.
Young men who have injured themselves br eer
tala secret habtta. which Mnettheua for bnsinees
pleavure or the duties of married life, a' so, luid lle
ased ard old men. who, from the fullfea of yomh or
other censes, feel a debility in advance of their
years, btfore placing themselves under the treat
ment or any one, aitouin nral consult ur. o. si uo.
and have a sure effected by their new aud match
lees reine-iy, which never falls ia eflMtiug a speedy
1)r! bSi To"! agents for AT. I. same's FVsaca
JVseeahre foWiier, by which thoss wishing to
avuid an Inoteaae of famllv cast do ao without dan
Cr to health or constitution. Fries f. Alu, for
adame Celini'e rmale Monthly Pills, a sals and
rfe,-til rMBtlv ft,r I rraaulartiiaa. ObstroeiieHa. ale.
CarjvioM.lavse Pills should not be used during
pregnancy, as mia-arilase iaaure to follow. Prica
Bl. Tha nllla and a-.wdere sent br mall.
Persons at a distance wishing to be eared at home
srfth iM-rlM-.t Mvwf. hv aenulos na a desLribtion
e( their caee, can hare medicine seal to suy part of
tie country, me rross aasiHer or oueervauvs, wua
full and eapih it simtusi tor use.
l o..ult.tu B,.v be held from I A M to P.
at tl.eiromoe, he I t ksMTh.rd-st . between Main
aud HyoaunTe, a s stairs, opposite tas Heurie House.
eacresy luilouues. f ua I lorget tns sums nui
P'ste. Address i
lilt. 0HA8 A. STUABT A OOy
M c CinciaoMi, Ohio.
eMM seuude- .
General Railroad Arrangement.
UNION TICKET OFFICES.
COLUMBUS AND XENIA
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS. SUNDAYS EXCEPTED :
Morrow Aocommdatfon ,
Baetorn Express. Mail
fjanip Dennleoa Areom,D....MI
.7.40 A. M. I
Jl) r. m.
... 4A. M. .M) P. M.
J 10 P.M. 10 P.M.
4.110 P. M. 10.90 A. M.
s.90 P. St. 8.00 A. St.
RAILROAD. CINCINNATI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS. SUNDAYS EXCEPTED:
- Dtnart. Arriva.
rm. Chid- Air Line Express. T.so A.M. .is P.M
aytnn and Hnclny.... i.sOA.M. i.llP.M,
Dayton and Toledo... ;,) A.M. (.IS P.M.
nmiiiou accommoaauon.M y.im A.m. H.10 a M,
Richmond and Dayton 8.30 P.M. u.ls P.M.
Aayftn, uima, voice., loieuo
Telroit Ex.-llunt.TllIe . fi.SO AM, H ii M.A,
Glendale Accommodation...... 7.30 P.M. 7C10A.M,
Mtio xngui sixprees...
..10.(0 P.M. 7.40 A.M.
Tti jKaatrra Nla-nt Iifren f.rnvee Msnslay
"aw riBcvtsi BBtieiraiav i-risuK.
T"' "P0 L M. 4 O. 4 X. and H. 4 D.
Railroads run SKVJN MINUTES fASTEB thas
RAILROAD. INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI
RAILROAD. INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI RAILROAD.
Trains ran as follows (Sundays excepted) :
Terr Rants, Lafayette and
t.hlcso Mall.... .so A.M. 9.4S A.M.
inuinuRenu nui;fiDUIoaailon...X.4S I'.iU. 0 UO r.l
Indiarap's and Chicaso Nlsht
Mpreeo. ....... aOO F.jg. U,K night.
OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
One Train (St. Louis Express) leaves Olnclnnai
DAILY, for EvanntllA. iWlv .. H ri. a.
!!P,,r.!,i;" D2 iunay excepted) two Trains for
Loulrville and vlnoennes.
mini leave ana arrive as follows :
v..i.,....,. . ..fastva.
HvmiTiinwiuDi. Minn mail . .UO A. OX, ID.vi r.tt.
CKxntesa... ItlPK a -jo a- a
.vTri!?f of 'o Ind iananolis and Cincinnati acd
SI JVui- Si'.V,!;i.",,''P1 "A'lroam run, by tim
TWELV MINUTES SLOWEB than Olnclnnad
" for all Information and THBOUGU TIOK-
w i fipw. appiy ai me irmces :
Bonth.eaat rnrner nf Hm.,1 ... mA .
North-west corner of Third and Vine (Burnet
Sleeping:-cars en all Night Train.
mtj- Omuibuses call for Passengerf as usual.
P w sth a nt n
aentvrsl Ticket Agent L. M. and C X.'and 0
Ii. 4 D. BailroaUs ;
General Ticket Agent Indianapolii and Cincinnati
General Ticket Agent Ohio 4 Mfes'lesippi Kairoad.
R E MOT A L. .
raOTTOR IT A TjIi WFTTTW ITATa
jtLF removed their othce from ITA Wejt s'ourdl
St., to 33 Fast Tbird-at. where they can be con.
uirenaraii iiniea 117 toe unfortunate lrs. H.
H. have had many year experience in hospital ens
private practice. Their treatment is thorough and
effective, and their enres pnaipt and permanent.
Persons who have need f the advice of a physician,
especially lunee who have failed to obtain cure, oi
others, are solicited tooallon Irs. H 4. W.,forthef
guarantee cures in all cases of private dlseaae the
moet complicated and troublesome. Tonne mei
wno nave oeen aaaated to those habits of earl;
y rtuli so destructive to mind aud body, shonld ap-
Pis to rs. H. ft W.. and ba restored to full heAlr.t
and v.gor. Ague and Jever cured in twelve hours
Ladies STiffeH .. S from deraneemente aeenllae Be
their eex should use tbe frsnch Periodical Drops,
It is an invaluable remedr fir IrreiilmrrfTM. An . M
lemsls-to behadof Drs. H. 4 W.
All letters eontaininc a fe,addrease-l to Drs Ball
4 White, S3 East Third street Cincinnati. 0.,
promptly attended to. aud remedies aeni tn tun
A ""JKATOR'S BAtK OF KB All
iue i ruuau toon oi l lam 1 1 ion Oonuty, Ohio, to me
d-rected. 1 will offer f..r sale, at puMic auction, in
What v-r.t ,ula m W whata 1VI Ai a- m . '
JIOSIiAV. Jannaryso. 1461, at i o'clock. P. M , the
fallowing real estate, belonging to the estate of W
A. sorni, ueccatta, im wit
iox marsea Kj. on s I
In. 'u 11.. jn.ku 1
slat on nls la this case, be
ar,d sxtendinc back to tbe lending. Appraised ai
In front on Front-street,
ALBO All three eleven Lois, nnmberad 4. &. 10.
II, U. U. 17,-, 10 and a, on a plat of anMlivislon
snown aeemitn a Morris' su mi vision on the Olir-
u,n raisn. rtcoraea in uook i(;7, page aft, or liamtl
Cnntv Records of Deeds. Valued at four hun
drtd iHoO) dollars for each lot
ALoO Lots His. 126. ISO. 133. 1M and 157 In (he
same tnbdivisioo. Valued at tout- hundred (Sum)
ouiian iur eacu 101.
AlBO-LoU i. umbered t, 44 and 141. Valued at
four bisdred and eisbty (S4no) dollars for each lot.'
ALBO-Lote hot St, e7 and l.vr. Valoed at two
nnnarea ana lorry ttwj a .nari) ur each l'it.
ALSO Wa Nob. 71 and 72. Valnefl atYnnr Vinn.
dred and forty (S44U1 dollars for each lot. Lota Nn..
i7 92, 93, and 163. Valued at two hundred '$)
lollars for each lot. Tjots Nos. lin and 104. Valued
si one nunarea ana twenty (l'Ai dollars for each
lot. Lots Kos 106, Ids and 110. Valued at flfcy (tW)
dollars for esch lot Uits Nos 112, 121 and 124
Valued at slaty five (JfSM dollars fir each lot. LoU
No 114,116, US and 120. Valued at seventy-five
7i) dollars for each lot. Lot No. 75. Valued at
two hundred and twenty-five (S22) dollars. Lot
No. 12W. Valued at three hundred and forty-five
ic ueiiaie. U41.JSO. uy. vaiueo at three nun
dred end fifty ffciM) dollars Lot No. 116. Valued
at nve nunurea and forty ( jmim dollars. Lot No,
147. Valued at two hundred and fooritknt) dollars.
Lot No. 150. Valued at three hundred and twentv.
f.ur(324) dollars. Lot No. 151. Valued at one
nunarea ana seventy csi,o dollars. Lot No. 167.
Valued st two hundred uid nf y ,tZ'A) d illir.
Terms of sale as follows, to-wit: One third of tbe
thitd in one year from the day of confirmat.oa of
sale, and one-third in two years from the day of
n '-ii iwuuiuisuuiij ueierrvHi psymeats V) ue securea
by mcrtcate on the premises, aud to draw interest
a. ti e rate or sis per cent, per annum rrooi the on
lirmation of sale. Bald property will be sold as tbe
groperty of Win. B. Morris, deceased, in tbe cast oi
arah L. Morris and W. B. Morris. Administrators
of the estate of Wm. B. Morris, deceased, against
Sarah L. Morris and others (No. 71ii Haiailtea
ii,.i,,v r iv.k.i. v.. . ..i, i ,
and will be sold free from d'iwer or other Interest
on iue part ot any u toe oeienaants In sal. cues.
W. B. M0HB1-J,
del4-dTb Surviving Admiulstrator.
STATE OV OITiO, HAM ILTON C4JDNTY,
COURT Of COMMON l-LKAM.-aarah A. Jack
son vs. John M. Jackson.- I No. 23,f36.-The above
Baited defendant, a non-reeideut of the Htate ot
Ohio, will take notice that on tbe 2lt clav of Janu.
ary, 186'j. the above-named Sarah A. Jackson, bli
lfe, filed in the Court of Common Pleas, of HamiU
tun Gouuty, Ohio, ber certain petition against hiio,
the said defendant, wherein she charaiut Mm ain,
desertlijs her and not ai-ovidlne for his famiiv : ana
grays that said Court may make an order vesting
er with the rights, prlviieiet and liabilities nf s
cine soe. as to acnlifrins. noiseasins and disnosins
oi property, real ana personal. maKlng contraeis
sod being liab.s thsrson, and sueing aud being sued
In her own name.
The eaid defendant will also Inks notice that stli
petition is now pending in seid Court, and a ilees
ue appesr on or beture the Z2d ssy or March, lasi,
the same will be heard in his absence and an order
ja&i'i-my j.iiib.vi jnwaa, Attorney.
TATF F01flIO,HAMITTO COUNTY
b8 -HUl'KBlUK OuUhr Of CINOIUMATI.-
Tlie ravings Bank of Wheeling plalutltt. vs. A. Is
BandllB, oelen-lant. -Attachment. No. U IMS.)
Llefrcsitlons. to be used ia tbe shove action, will ba
tas ail by tbe plaintiff, at the Banking hvuss of ths
Savinss Bank of Wheelins. at Wheellus. In the
county of Ohio, Btate of Virginia, oi MONDAY, the
lutn say of rebruaiy, iaii, between tns nours of a
o'clock A M.andSo'cluck P. M.. of salddar. Aud
the elaintif Bas that tha denosltinn of tha omeera
and agbtsof said plaintiff will then ard there ho
taaen. . s.s,s e. i ts.iBn.
W. A. ADAMS,
Attorneva lor Plaintiff.
J an nary is, IMS. lazs-cWy
CT4TI OV OHIO. HAIHIVTON tWWNTY,
W hif.-KiiFEiiioa Aoliut ur t;i a ill Nil ATI.-'
INo. It Set J-The Savings Bank ol Wheeling, Plain
tiff, es. A. M. Hendltn, befeadant Deleixlaut I
hsreby notified tiat oa the Sth day of June, A. D,
leil. the eaid rla-ntlfl flltd its aetitlon asalnst him
in said Court, which is still pending therein,
setting forth that on tha 4th day of Jane, A. P.
IMl, the said defendant was iLdebied to one t,
Cuablag, lu the sum of SUV B7. on ao account for
Soods, sold and delivered by the said Cashing so
efendeat 1 that afterward, ths aald atnoaat dusoa
said acoonut was aesigucd by ths said Cushlag. to
rlalntifl; that plaintiff Is now the owner thereof;
bat there fta due plaintiff from defendant thereon
tt)e sum of f32 if, and intereat from Junes, lael:
and defendant is notified that an order of attachmeui
baa been leaned In said action, and property of de.
tndant, oouaistiug of torty-nvs bales of tow aad flf
ts balee of flax, baa been aelaed nnder aud by
virtu thereof. Defendant la reoul red toaneeeror
damarta said petltioa oa orbelera the 6th day of
April, A 1. lev x, otherwise ludgn-eut will be takes
Sk.ii'Si nirn on saia peuuoBs aua ssua propsri
sola so BBliSiy sne same.
leSfWy M. B. A W. TILDIN, for Plaiatift
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rAOTB ARR RTTBBOBW TTnitOfll" ,
Hearwrat the PlillsH.lphla enrresiKmrlent '
In the CommomcfuttK, Wilmington. Delaware, . . -of
ApriMeW: . . f
"An English gentleman, fhrmsrlTOonnected w' H
the British armr. and who styles himself tbe 1 1 - '
f"'sh Botanic Physician,' has of late (tlned a.
sm'is rrpntalloD here by his skill ia cnrlns
manni-r complaints.. Home of his patints I hr
tonncmed run, ai d tney r'--ve hit na
and morle of treatment as very snenrlol'. 8"!1
have been Tosto rod as It by magic the medlul
he uses is distilled br himself from tarlons her. t
possessing rare cnratlvs proper'ties. While act
in tbe army be rjeroted his leisure moments t' I
thorough study of the effects produced by oerta
medicinal roots and herbs on all manner of d-- - I
eases. It seems be has fonnd a sure and saps' i
re edy for all the 'ills that flush Is hir to ' L-a
riractlrels already erteoslTS, and Is dally Insvers i
ng In the c mplalnts tj which femsles are 01:0.
IfH-ted he has nn eqnal, as a large number here hs' f
testiSed that they owe, not only their present g'M'd i
health, tnt their llfes, to the skill of this Sngiir-' 1
Boianlc Physician." t
- HlsOfflcs ia at No. 39 IAST riFTH-BT' t )
Blore Goad Hew fVowi Hlh and Rellskb-
inn BfTsniD MHimiisBui jrr. naprutei, tns F h
gllsh Botanic PbysUian, nsver failed yet to ) .
a perfect, raillcal aud permanent coro of all secref
and tenerlal rliseuses vlthont the use of mercury, I
without hiDdranoe from business, and without fear!
of discovery or exposure. No deadly poisons, stii-hl
as arsenic, nuzvomioa, opium, or auy other a,,s-l
sons; no mercury, nor any deadly minerals notbwis
ing but piirely.Trgetable Botanic itemsdles are iwnl J
by this wonderful Botanlo Pbysldlan. Ilis Hotantl
Henierlies never yet failed to cure eren the mrstV I
obstinate snd the most dangerous eases, and tote- I
move all mercurr and other Impurities from tit" if
system, when all other remedies had failed." Afssy 1
oal Journal. .. . J . lV J
Wore Good New- for rtlaarle fnem Ooceiar,'
Hear whnt the Baltimore enrrespnndent of tb
ywuettom, fiwuuuni, sg,, stuu on xanrsdar. Slei
Alar, lhfioi "
" Unmerons cores of diseases, esnsed by early In)
discretion, having been performed by tbe nglU'I
Botanic Physician of Philadelphia, I feel It sr-I
duty, having a hnowledge of Jhem, to state M
fact, believing that la doing so I may do a eervt J
totneeufleritg. One case in particular that of
young man in thia city-Is worthy of note. Ue bel
become the victim of a habit, ih. ma I,. . h
which causes a shudder, and, arter years of nffeii
"J ,p? "loctoring, gars np all hopes or recover
.....v, .u uiM.,, nuu nan ui'.l 1 J oeiOTBU py I
sweet a girl as ever lisped words of affection, b"
ue wae leariui, nervous ana prostrated Hedar.
not wed, on ao count of the shattered state of h
e;sviu no sougiii renei at tne nanus ol the B
tanln Physician, and, astouishlng salt may seen. 1
all the bloom and vigor of youth has returned, an '
be is now the happy father of a pair of brig'-
ANOTHER FOR THE LADIBH
"Kleven months after I was married I gave blrti
to a daughter, but my aufleringe were so great that
the Faculty drspslrtd of my recovery. This mi"
me dread the thoughts of having any moreoulWBr', .
I tried every thins to prevent a repetition of m
tifteiings, but without succeeding.' Two year
after marriage I was ngain confined, bnt my suflar
Inga were so great that the child died. I was to-M
by my Physician that if I had any more childn
he feared my life would be endangered, I trl-.
the BOTANIC PHYSICIAN'S
PEKVINTIVB TO HAVK CrTItDBIcT.
Ell remedies had the desired effect; they not only
firevsiited me from having children, but they aleJ
mproved my health. To Lhe pure, all Ihingt art pari J
Yours sincerely, Ac, . 3
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