The McArlliiir Dciaorat
OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COCNTY.
FOB LEGAL NOTICES SEE FOOBTHFABE
TUl TBUK ROAD TO WKALTII, IS TO AUVLHTiPI
voua BOsrNEM. TERMS, PAY IN A D V ANCE.
SM. I'ETTENC.ILL & CO., Adverliisn
Agents, No. 37 Turk Row, Now York &
rjdtate Stroot, Jioi-ton uro our Agents and arc
authorized to take yldvertisemeuui and Suit-
criptions for ns at our Lowest Hates.
Democrat for the Campaign
f propose topondtho "Democrat11 from
nnatniitiU after the Election for 25ots.. each.
wthope onr friends in the Townships will pro
ro work and gut usupeiiius. 1 oil cut! all suo
the linportanco ofhavinga circulntion of our
lumieorgan, and we know yon will not rcgrot
taking a little time to help ns in placing the
Democrat in tlie hands or our citizens.
Democratic County Convention
The Democratic Central Gotarnittoe
of the county, coiiBiJuring cxpresions
of the lact sounty convention as direc
tory to them in regard to tho raodo of
selecting candidates, for the county
offices to bo voted fcr at the ensuing
October election, have resolved to call
a County Delegate Convention to be
held at the Court House iu Mc Arthur'
on Monday July 20lh ai 1 o'clock V
The Democracy of the several Town
ships will meet at the several plncos
of holding elections therein, on Sat
urday July the ISit between the
hours of 3 and 5 o'lock P. Jf. and el
ect Delegates to nominate ono Keper
eentative for State Legislature; one
I'robate Judge; ono county Cierk and
and County Commissioner.
The rates of representation, is one
doleeato for every 25 votes cast, for
jjudgo Ilanney at the last October ele
ction and one delegate for each i'rnc
tion ovor 12 votes.
The following is the number of del
cgatos to which each towuship is en
This Cunvention will also appoint
delegate to tho Senatorial Convention
By order of Committee
D. S. DANA, Sec'y.
Democrat for the Campaign Which is the Traitor ?
The Ilypublicans donounco Vallan
ham (Dem.) as a traitor and eulogize
Bingham (liep.) as a patriot. They
were both Representatives from Ohio,
and during the late session of Congress
thov defined their
position as follow
Mr Bingham paid:
'Who. in tho name
said : "It is in the
restoration ot tne
t God wants the
Union as it was in
1789, and contin
Cotton States, or
my other States
ued for over 70
this side of perdi
veare, that I am
tion, to remain in
houud to tho lust
the Uliion it slav
hour of my politi
ery is to con
Which is the traitor? Willsomollo
WILLIAM McPEAK'S ESTATE
"jyrOTICE ia hereby given thatS. C. Case
ll administrator debonis non o f the es
tate of William McPeaik's late of Vinton
county Ohio, deceased has filed his accounts
fot inspection and final settlement and will
be ror Hearing on the 8 uiyof August A, 1)
1863 JOSEPH K1LER,
July 16th 63 Sw Probate Judge.
IN THE COURT, OF COMMON PLEAS OF
VINTON COUNTY OHIO.
Henry Johnson, 1'ltff.
Johnson I n.n.
& Others. f l;olt8
Abraham Johnson of tho County of Jackson
nd State of Ohio, William Johnson, Christiana
Johnson, Sarah Walker formerly .Sarah Johnson
William Walxer, Charlotte Lurow formorly
Charlotte Johnson, Joseph Lurow. Kmilv Sulu
formerly Emily Johnson, John Salts and Thomas
fee, Uoorge ioe and tiarahjano Fee, minor
heirs or oianssa too deceased, iormerly Clurin
ea Johnson, all ol tho county ofVintoii iu tho
State of Ohio, Khoda Kite, of the State of Iowa,
minor neiroi louy rvitouocoasea, iormerly roi
ly Johnson; Nancy Kite formerly Nancy John
son, Zacbariah Kite, Teresa Kogora Iormerly
Teresa Johnson, John Rogers and John John
son of the State of Wisconsin, will take notice
that a partition was filed against them on tho
9th da of June AD 1363, in tho Court of Com
mon Pleas, within and for the county of Vinton
And State of Jhio, by Henry Johnson and in
now pending, wherein the said llonry Johnson
demands partition of the following real estate
situated in the county of V inton and State of
Ohio to-wit: lno north-east qntrtcr ol the
south-east quarter of section nunibor sixteen,
(16,) in Township nnmberten, f 10.1 of Kan no
number seventeen, (17,) excepting ten acres olf
'01 we souin side oi said lorty acre tract owned
Dy uamann rarruo. Alto tho north west
quarter of the south west quarter of Seotion nnm
ber fifteen, (15,) Township, Range aforesaid, ex
cepting ten acres off of the south side of said for
ty acre traciownoa by JUamaria Zarr a Co., and
ioo upuii twenty acres off of tne
f the remaining thirty acres owned by WiilTam
Walker, being wall forty acres more or less
it r 7 """ ' "" uonn, tne said
tition may be made of said pre raises.
Atfys for Pltff. '
A. COIVDCE Jr. M. D.
PHY 81 CI AN AND 8URQFOM
' HAMDEN OHIO.
Offers bis Proffesional service, 'i-
practice of Medicins and Surgery to .?
Jzens 6f Hamden and surroundL Co,CU
Wich 38th 1963,6mo, ? cMrj,
LEGAL NOTICE. LEGAL NOTICE.
STATE OP OHIO, VINTON COUNTY
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Gonrgo , hojor I ,,.. 1
Elizibu.h K jot liUwiA
Alurgurot Utter Ink-lc I Dells.
nd otl-ea. J
Margaret Utu-rbaric, llonry Utterbick, of tiia,
county oi Harrison mineauiieoi unia, latel
Ann Uttotbaok, a minor and Mory I'tterbnuk,
both oft ho cujty of Vinton and State of Ohio,
will take uotice that oh the 23d day of June A.
1). 1863 the said Uoorge W. Buyer and Elizabeth
Hover his wifo filed their petition in the Court
of Common Pleas, of Vinton county and 8tsteof
Ohio, wherein laid petition is now pending and
wherein the said Gecrgo Rnyer and Klizabtsth
Koyur dcnmtids partition of the following real
etate situated in the connty of Vinton, and
fitato of Ohio, to-wit : TUo north hnlf of the
Koulh west quarter of Section number thirty-one
(31.) in Township number ten, (10.) of Raniro
numher oigntceu, in,) contaimg eiglity-ouo
acres mora or leks, and that at too next termof
said Court, tho said Uoorgo W. and Elizabeth
Rover will apply for an order that partition may
bo 'nado of said promises, and that tho Power
Kstato of the said Mary Uttorback therein bo as
signed. This 22d day of June A. D, 1803.
IUWITT m l'.DlllfiTON, lit.U. W . KUl K It,
Tlieir Atlys. iLliActln KUlhK
Jul 9m' lSM,-6w
OF ALL KINDS.
Also, Warehouse Trucks,
Letter rrcsses, &c.
VAir.TtANKS. GREENLEAF a CO.
172 Lako Streot, Chimgo. .Void in Cincinnati,
by TUABtll AUUui.
XST Be careful to buy
January 1, 1663
SPtt LG STOCK FOR 1863.
MRS. S. D. KING.
TXT1SIIES to inform the citizens ofMoAU-
VV TI1UR sod vicinity, that she has j
TI1UR sod vicinity, that she has lust re
ceived irom the l.l 1 r , lior bnring b'ock oi
LADIES BONNETS AND HATS
MISSES BONNETS AND HATS,
CIIILDICENS HATS AMU CATS'
Of the very latest styles snd fashion and
at prices to suit the times.
The bent stock over brought to M
ARTHUR, price from 25 cents
to two dollars.
Of tho lateststylo. Call and Examine t'.o
goods bofore purchasing elsewhere, ai I am de
termined to sou at luir prices tor tno
April 23lh,lS83 3rco.
'PUIS Work contains tho principal Speeches of
X lion. C. L. V ALLAiNUlUUAM,ori
Abolition, tho I'nioii, and the Civil Wnr
with part ot'otlior Speeches, Letters, Votes, ete.
is liaLdioiiiely printed on good paper, 243
asros lurL'o 8vo. and has a very flnolv executed
stocl engraved likoiicss of Mr. VALLAND10-
Trice, panor covers, f0 ots. : Cloth 1,00: do
llvored by mail or express, prepaid, on receipt
Wholesalo rapor Coven, 5,00 per dozon
Cloth 3,00 TraiiBPOrtatlon to be paid by pnr-
ciiascr, and orders to oeseni direct to tue puo-
J. WALTER Co., Cincinnati 0,
A copy will he seut to every editor who inaorts
tne aoove and tins notice, una sends a uarkkd
copy of his papor to tho publishers.
t if dors received at tlio JI16 MCAKlltUU
DEMOCRAT Ollice. Ap'. 3U'.h-3-4w
A NEW AND IMPORTANT WORK,
THE FOUR ACTS OF DESPOTISM,
BV D.A. MA!IONY,OF IOWA,
Author of " The Prisoner of Statt "
This work will contain full and official copios
of the Four Great Acts of Despotism by which
tho constitutional government ot Washington
was subverted, and the irresponsible Lincoln
dynasty installed in its place.
1. THE TAX BILL, by which nil tho property
and resoulcos of tho penpla ate mortgaged to
tho present administration.
2. THE CONSCKIfTIoM BILL, by whioh all
tno bodies or poor men not wortu f Jva nro
placed in the bands of the Administration.
3. THE FINANCE BILL, which destroys State
Banksand places tho ontire curroney of the
i hands of the Secretary ot the
4. THE INDEMNITY ACT, (fitting climax)
which presumes to indemnity tho 1 resident
lor all tho wrongs no has committed iu tne
past or may commit in the liiture.
These will each bo proceeded by a carefull an
alysis, by Mr.iMahonv.ahd their nninst. oppro
sive, unconstitutional and odious features point
ed out. As a b. uk lor roloroncos, it will De in
valuable to tl.o farmer, the meohamo, the poli
tician, tho laborer in fact, toovcry porson, for
these monstrous acts reach from the loftiest man
sion to tlio humblest cabin in tho land.
These nmr actsaronot published tooetiieb
in any other form. They will make a largo oc
tavo pamphlet of nearly 200 hundred panes, in
good sized type, and will be sold at the low
price of FiftV Cbntb In paper, and Ssventt-
eivi Cfnts in muslin binding.
Send on the ordors at onco. All orders will
he filled according to tho date of reception.
c irst come, nrm served,, i ne casn must accom
pany all ordors.
VAN EVR1E, HOETON CO.,
No. 162 Nassau Street, New York.
N. B. Snbscri) tion recoivd at this OlBce.
July 2d 1363, tf.
Wheeler & Wilson's
WARRENTED THREE YEARS,
This is one of the very best Machines tn use.
it uses no Shnttlo, makes the lock stich alike
on both sides of the troods, leaving no chain or
ridge on the underside, it uses but half of
the thread of other machines, and makes the
Having taken an Agency fcr the sale of the
machines, 1 respecfully requeit the Ladies of
Vinton CT adjoining Counties visiting onr town,
i0(.n;nd examine tlie machine, and see it
work. To thoso i.";5ln purcnases or me, I will
give instructions in the P6 f "e machine
gutis. I will sell at the lowest fb prices o(
NO CE TO TOWXSMP TRUSTEES
AND TOWNSHIP OFFICERS.
XTOTICKUWKy given to Township Trns
1N tees and "other township offloere, who are
entitled tn a nn of the General Laws of Ohio,
that they have be recioved and are now ready
tor distention. A. N. COZAD, '
Jnly and Wl-Jr. And'r v.' C-0
LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
And leara that a pf'rfccfinJ radical cnrrU wurranM
and (uarantNt to H who are IHictd wtth wmIiimm,
debility, iinrvoin complaiata, mebtDrhoIr thonf(hu, d
prtMnion or ipiritj, distress and ari;uUh of mind, Iom of
lep, loss of muiuorjr, lou of eutry snd nmseulur power,
puny growth, wetting away, and a want of confidence; la
themfcelvee, faintiaic lite, couvuleiro traubUui, iiupa
teoce and diiguat or llfo.
HEAR WZIAT THE MEDltiAL PRESS
Some pliyilclan. reonlre to t told the nit tire of vonr
disease the KNOMHU I10TAMC 1'UISICIAN doe
not. Hi perfect knowletlf;onf the hnmsn eestem enables
him to doscrllie the diseaeos without any informatioS ttoto
the patient, toeiplttiii itsorlitai cause, and toguarantea
Its cure. And, what is more valuable still, he will bon
estiy and frankly tell whether you can be cured or not.
This will satltfy your mind, and save yon expense, Urns,
trmible, and dlvAppolntmcnt. It will bo the means of
saving you many a dollar; it wfll save your health,
and, what is better than all, it will set jour lite from
being shortened by wrong treatment.
Ills examinations are made without any Information
from the patient; therefore he thoroughly understands
their Physical condition aud Phrenological development,
without which ho never could have performed so many
astonishing cures. It should ba remembered tfiat this
Botanic Physician performs cures thought impossible.
If you liare tried others and got no rolief, if you wish te
enjoy good health anil long life, if yon are wise, yon will
ft and consult 1)11. KAI'llAKL, the Botanic Physician
All his communications and interviews aro itrictif
private and confidential. iltdical JxmrnaU
Width 2. First cnl.
FACTS ARB STUBBORN THINGS!
Hear what the Philadelphia correspondent says in the
Commonwealth, Wiliningtou, Delaware, tth of April,
" An English gentleman, formerly connected with ths
British Army, and who styles himself the ' Kngllnu. Bo
tanic Phydiciau,' has of late gained an extensive reputa
tion here by his skill In curing all manner of complaints.
Some of his patients 1 havo conversed with, and they
pronounce his remedies and tn'Hie of treatment as very
superior. Bome have been restored as if by magic. The
medicine he used Is distilled by himself from various
Berlin possessing rare curative properties.
" While acting in the army he devoted Ml lelsnre
momenta to a thorough study of the effects produced by
certain medicinal roots and herbs on all manner of dis
eases. It seems he has found a snrs and speedy remedy
for all the 'ills that flesh is heir to.' His practice is
already extensive, and is daily Increasing. Iu the com
plaints to which femalel are subjected he has no efpial,
aa a large number hero have testilled that they owe not
only their present good health, hut their lives, to tho
skill of this English botanic Physician." 11 is offlco list
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
MORE GOOD NEWS!
FROM HIGH AND RELIABLE AU
The Botanic Ttcmediea of Dortor Raphael, the English
Botanio Physician, never failed yet to make a perfect,
radical, and permaueut cure of ALL
PRIVATE, SECRET, AND VENEREAL
Wltliont tftt ot or Mercury, wit tarn, hlndrnnc from
bnainefu, ami without fearofditcovery or exposure. No
deadly poisons, such m arsenic, dux vomica, opium, or
auy other poison. No mercury nor any deadly mineral!
nothing but purely Vegntuhle Botanical ltomedicsf are
nsctt by this wonderful Botanic Physician. His Botauio
Itamedirs norer yet ftiilod, to euro thl mtst olwtinate
and tlx most dun serous cntM, anil to h'inve all mercury
and other impurities from tha system when all other
Homed iea had failed. M ttiicai Journal.
COOD NEWS TOR SINGLE MEN
tTca wbat the Haltimore correspondent of the Odd
fellow, Doonshoro', Slarylaud, said ou Thursday, the 'Mt
ot May, IKIM:
"linmeroua cures of diseases caused hy early Indiscre
tion naving lieen performed by the English Botanic I'hy
ician, I feel it my duty, having a knowledge of them, tn
state the fact, believing that iudoingso I maydoa service
to the suffering. One case in particular that of a yonng
man in this city Is worthy of note. He had become tha
victim of a habit, the mere allusion to which causes A
shudder, and after years of suffering and doctoring gave up
all hopes of recovery. He wished to marry, and was
dearly beloved by as sweet a girl as ovor lisped words
of ancction, but fie was fearful, nervous, and prostrated.
He dared not wed on acconnt of the shattered state
of his system. Ho sought relief at the bands of ths Bo
tanic Physician, and, astonishing as it may seem, all tho
bloom and vigor of youth baa returned, aud be is now
tho happy father of a pair of bright buys."
GLORIOUS NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL
DREN. tf car what ttio Cincinnati Weekly Press saja on the Cth
Vo aro decidedly opposed to drugs and to adrortised
remedies for the prevention of having children, but wa
feel It onr duty to acknowledge a benefit from any and
from every source when it is fur the relief of sullcring
humanity. A fact baa come to our knowledge that
ought to be promulgated and widely circulated for tlis
benefit of those ladies whose delicate health makes it
necessary to prevent any increase of family.
About twelve mouths after marriage a lady of onr as
qnalutance gave birth to a daughter, but her sufferings
were so great that her physicians despaired of her recov.
ery. This madohordread theverythoughtsof agaiolte
coming a mother, ttho tried every tliihg to prevent a
ropotition of her sufferings, but without succeeding. Two
'ears after marriage she was again confined, but horsuf
erings were so great that the child died, and her owu Ufa
was despaired of. She was told by her family physician
that if she had any more children he feared hor life would
bo the forfeit. As all tho remedies sho hail tried before
had failed, she applied to the Dotaulo Physician, Dr.
N. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
Ills remedies had the desired effect ; they not only pre
vented her from having children, but they alsu improved
her health. "TO tup. ri'uc, ai.l thimis ars puke."
The Botanio Physician's remedies can bo recom
mended, because they are Innocent and safe. They
operate without causing sickness or exposure. They do
not interfere with the diet or occupation. They do
not injure the) health, but they are certain In their
effect. J. PANCOST, M. D.
Any who are snfferlng, no matter what their complaint,
can call on the Botanic Physician coutldeutially. Tbiy
may rely upon relief. H ia ollice Is at
NO. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
Between Sycamore Street and Broadway,
Cowmltatiori daily, Sundays excipted. Office hours
Irom IO A. t)I. to S o'clock P- Iff.
sT Persons at a distance may communicate court.
nxNTJAiiY by letter, if they Inclose ONE DOLLAR, for
Consultation Fee, in each letter. All lotters, communi
cations, and interviews, are strictly private and conn-
Jential. No answer will be given to letters unless ons
ullnr is Inclosed as a Consultation Fee.
Address all letters aa follow!,
BOX No. 2463, POST OFFICE,
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
fcr. W. Baphael has no connection with PBOFESSOA
or Dr. vy, M. Raphael, or with any other gentleman
of the same name.
W Cut this advertisement dnt. Wnen yon, corns,
bring It with yon and show It to the girl who opens ths
ioor. To prevent mistakes, ask to
SEE THE DOCTOR HiMSELT.
"Width 2. lit coh
MISS EMM LOWERY,
MIL LINE R & HANDA MAKER
McXtthur, Ohio, 2J door East of the M.
E. Church, would respectfully inform the
Citizens ofMCilrlhuf and yicir.ity that she is
prepared to do all kinds of Millinarr and
Mautuamaklng work at short notice, and at
She guarantees satisfaction as to Workman
ship, and th latest and most fashionable
styles. Bring your old Bonnets and hare
them made new.
Apr. 16, '63, 4-mo
EPHRAIM ROCKIIOLDS ESTATE.
NOTICE Is hreby givtn that ths undersign
ed has beon appointed Administratatrix and
quallged of the estate ot Ephraim Bockhold late
of the Connty of Vinton Ohio, deceased.
Jnlw 9th 1S63-3W. LTJSETTA KOCKQOLM?.
BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES
And all other BLANKS for SALE
Tho Best Way to
For the Best and
We are now opening a New toclc
of the latest Spring tyles, ol
Fancy and Staple
Cfllicoen. Moulins of all Kinds. Ticks, tho largest lot brought
to tliia place. Silks, Fancy and Black LanB of all
kinds. DroflB Goods of every Discription I
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING,
A Large lot of pants,
Hoots and Shoes, Mliicli will lie. Sold at Cost.
FLOUR, , , .
MEATS of nil KINDS,
. JWIED APPLES,
" " ' ' CINNAMON,
Cotton Yarn, Balling, Brooms, Wool Twine.
WOODEN BUCKETS, TUBS,
Save Your 300
CASS1NETS of ALL KINDS
PLOWS AND SHE ARES,!:
EXCOl'RVGE HOME W0RKS."7
'" " "' "" . in ii i i ii iei i Stat
BENJAMIN DILL,-..-. PROPRIETOR,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
AMD MAKES TO ORDER.
Stove, Plows, Hollow waro"
ALL OTHER KIND Ot CASTINGS
rllE andersisned is new prepared to execute
promptly all work rrJerc4 in his Una ot,
biiBinens, AH kinds of CasiinKS usually mud
at KotiDdrlos, will he kept on hand and for saler
at the mnst reasonable rates.
The facilities of the Foundry situated, aalt
Is In the midst of Furnaces where the raw
metal Is always to be had at a saving expenoe,
must be evident to all ) and the avbscriber be.
ing determined not to be outdone either in th
quality or cheapness, of his msnnfaetarea.--'
asks for and hopes to recelrs) tie patronage ef
We are marifactorlnv ttm anil lsUns tn
proved Canh Mills. Thoso wishing a mill wllj
do well to hand in their ordor in time. .
Fobnary I2th 1S63.--tfo
TCE CRE A M.
ON TUEOAYS, THURSDAYS,
AND SATURDAYS, DURING
And all other kind of Summer drinkul
W, A. JOHNSTOiVS SALOON
The public will always find on haud
full stock of
To wit: Cream, Almond, reppermint, CIot
wintorirroen, ana every Varloty or l;amlJaj,.
Plain and Fancyj
KISSES, MJTS, FAEY HEARTS, M
and every other article nsnally gept in a Confeo
tionary. Also, Fresh Bread, Ginger Cakos, Jum
bies, Sponge Cake and Fresh Crackers,
t-9 Partios supplied with Cakes and Confeo
tionaries, at the shortest notice, and at the lowest
each price. Vf. A. JOUKSTON.
and widows, And bela rvu j
OF DECEASED SOLDIERS.
The law of Congress approved July 22 1801,
provides for a bounty of 1 100, to all Volunteer
for throe rears )r during the war. In case of
the doath of a Soldier while in the service, thl
bounty, together with )la"ars of p&y.due th
deceased, may bo obti ted by his widow or re
latives as the case may , e
The act of Congress approved July 14th ISal
gives a pension to the following classes Of per
sons.. ..... . .
1st. To all invalids disabilcd since March 4th
1S01-, in the Military or naval Service of th
2d. To widow ot officers, SoMieri oi 8eaman
dyipg or wounds received or of desease contract
'cJ In tho Military or havat ftorvlce.
fd. To Children under 16 years of ps of melt
deceased persona if then ia no widow iitrviTin j
or from the time of tho widow remarriage.
4th To Olnhors of deceased orlieors or sol
dier. 1'iutidedtho deceased left no widows
or children nndor li) years of age, and provid
ed said mother was dependant in whole or part
ly upon tho labor of the deceased for support.
5th To sisters undot 13 years of age, of auclt
deceased soldiers, dopendent on the latter who
lly or in part for her support. Provided there)
are no rightful claimants of the three last pre
ceding classes. The amount; allowed in ease)
of doceasod otflcors or eeldiers rangea from
tS, to 30, per month owing to rankef deceased
Invalid pensions will depend upon the rank
and nut nro oe fdthisability not exceeding 10
per month in any case.
Tho undorsigned has procured licons for thai
purpose, and is now authorized to prosecute)
claims; against the general government in all
cases arising under thd various tots of Congress
and will give prompt attention, to all claims in
trusted to him. No charge for services willb
made whore the olalm is wholly disalnwerL
AIcArthur Foby 5th 1803, B.F.IIEWITA
to VotfNti Miijrl
Juit fvhluhd,ina Sealtd Enxtlop. Prictt Cmk
A LECTURE on the Nature, f reatmenl
and Radical Cure of Spermatorrhea or Sem
inal Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sex
ual Dehilitv. arid irhnedimentt to Mnrrln.a
generally, jVervonsness, Consumption, Epi
lepsy and Fits ; Mental and Physical Inca
pacity, resulting from Self-Abuse, tc.ir
R.ORT. 1. r.IIt.VF.RWF.T.r. M fv.
; ; V, HHIUVI
of the G'rrea Hodk, Jte.
ine world-renowned author, id this admi
rable Lecture, clearly proves from his own
experience that the awful consequences sf
belf-Abuse may be effectually remoTe
without medicine, and without danrrprnna
surgical nnprntinnu. hnnoiaa !...-...-
, I ' , O luatl U1IICIIISI
rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of
cure atrmrp rtrtnin snrl afrt.l 1,. l.
... u vvu,,1( Uj nuiu,
every sufferer, no matter what his conditio,
may be.may cure himself cheaply, priratrV
and radically. This Lecture will prow t
Doon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under kpsI tn in a,lilro :
seaied envelop, on the receipt of'sii etuis, et
iu pusnc emmps, gy auuressinir
127 Bowery, N, Y, P-jt Office lox.4S8.
ULSOLLTION OF CO-iAHTNEIt-
ti.i "iSKM't-'ftw exjsintwn
- ' irfl limitea anu
tual consent of the r dlaBolT4d.,
cent as to nnselt' . .'r '. "
V.O WV. i oonTT V""
S. F. BISGHA
i o pw!"".".
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