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TAXES FOR --VINTON CO. O.
Notice to the Tax-Payers of Vinton County Ohio.
In 'urmu'ieo of a law, I, Il-n'J U ;yn 1 la T.uauirar of sii.l C imtj, bereby notify tho Tan-Paytri thereof
that Uid rt'tj of I'uxititu lr Hil U carrutiy 8 tutu J in tin following lablo, showing the Durnbur of cents
levied o- evory imiilroJ d-illnri of Tus tWo prjporty in eao'i of tin Township and Tncrporatod Towns of
eaid Couitr and tat the Ojunty Conainisjionor lwve p9jud an Order tuat hj do not doom it necessary
or ili Tri'Huror to Htte't'l on" dt' in eyt Township fir the pnrnoRe of receiving Taxes.
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oTotj 10 100 1 130 100 2 5,30 100 25 lOU 25 10U 10 lUU 1 45-100 .b'0
u .. .. m i 45 ioo 3 12,60
.. t " " " 55 100 3 12,70
.. . ! a ii ii 45 ioo 3 12.C0
. . " " " 1,5 100 3 13 20
ii ' " " " " " " 1.5 100 4 14,20
.4 ,i ii . u i. .. H 55.100 4 13,70
i, 4! .. . 41 .1 w ii 45 100 1,3 10,90
11 ' " u " 3i 100 2 11.50
11 ,1 11 35 100 3 12,50
" " " " " " 35-100 3 12,50
1 " " " 35 100 8 12 50
' " " " " " " 35 100 2 11.50
n 4 ! u ' 45 100 3 12,60
Ilrown,
Swan,
Kik.
I'm t of Kik
tuclii'd to
. Arthur,
McArtliur,
Vinton,
Mniiifloi).
Clinton.
Jlichlnnd,
Hurri8i),
WilkfBVillc.
Knox.
at-'
Me-'
"T " The uiTilmi;.oTe3will attend at hieollice, in McArtliur. trom October 1st., uutiTtliu 20th day of IX-cetubtfr
i:ext, to ruouive Taxus, alter which all Taxes remaining unpaid will bo subject to a pcualty of five per cent,
McArthur. Ohio, September 23th lSti-i.
81 ATE lAX.-.--UOUNlX TAXES.
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Sept. SIHli 1864-5w. 1JENRY PEYNOLDS, Trpanrer
Vinton Connty Ohio.
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OF THE
Ilcsl and Cheapest Cash
SMI!,
KEEPS ON II A X D
A full Stock ofevtrv variet ot
CLOTHhYG. DRY GOODS,
LADIES DRESS GOODS'
HATS
AND
CAl'N.
B00T3
AND
SHOES,
IIARDwAllK
OUT L E K Y AND FllES
GROCERIES,
fo which 1 will sell
aB chenpe as the
heapeet lor Caen,
nr PXC antra r-'i
i . r. ...
couutrv 1'roance m i ....,
market rates. Oull and be convinc
10-t;3-lvr EODODGE.
lllllllb
LEGAL NOTICE.
STATK OF OHIO. VINTON
COURT OF CONLNON PLEASE,
DailMcluad
against , I
NUrirnrot Rhrcckengaust dmm
Jrtrltrl. of John Sbrcck.ugs... CUH stion
lLrgaretShrockengs'Yt efl'
Jieugamin V. Hewitt, i
John C. I'. Brown and
Duuiel P. Dana. . i . , ,
Tl. .aid Marjnret ShrecsengsuM, as aamin
and
,tratrixofJohnnnri!ciiUa.u'-.
. . ft RnrAP M Allff USBL
of the State 6t
,s.a Mrp. . - . r 1Iewlt, of
Hunccvk oinnty llliaois, will take notice thai
j leiioi UOi,d of said Vinton coun-
"..!" ThVaTih dav of July 1M, file
IUionin the Court of' Common Flea.
"",ns.TJ:, r MttlL. frth among other
" T..: K,;w.. sold tud conveyed II
ot nmbo'Tw hundred and twenty-.i; UUi)
in the To'n of McArtnur, m uuy.w....
.i .., Rhmkoniraust and John
fihrkengaXthVn in this lite, and m.de and
SSd a titlibond therefor to said Margaret
fihkengaust, that said John and Margaret
KtaMMat wacuted and delivered . not. to
sai l froh- C. P. Bmwn for two hundred dollars
mont for 'd hrt DoU ?
ra.0D' J -nwiinn thereof euaianteedtu said
H.iVtt bi said Brown.that said Hewitt guaran
?lewl".b? Ilk. manner to Plaintiff. That
SlVntiff "rot suit on said note and obtained
ftdmwtA-CoBrtof Common Ple.,: ol
ludgmeni n ,gint
:J:rv,nCU;Vk.ng.nrt onth. Hth d, of
foru'cenU, ndco.Us a- . gainst M.rg..
n.V?r'. the 5ih Oaf of Septem
lV.ir f r two hundred and twenty fou,
AM., .'ove'itT-sii cents and costs, and against
iMB'.Swnotb. Utbd.yof M., w .for
two hundred and flfty-ix ooiiar. ..m .n,r ,
. ..n.u that said note and judgment.
?r"A0hOl.v unpaid. That on tE.?6th
da, of October 1841 execution M issued on
first named judgment and levy mode on
K.t died the '".. thar idj
Warr.t Shreckengaust wo on the S4th day of
February 183,dnly appomUd Bis administra
trix that said John BhreckerrgausU estate i. in
loivent, bat.he said M.rgaret Shreckengaust
has assigned tbe said title Bond to s.id Dan
' ,.1 8 Dauofor the pnrpowof prevenung the
'. ,B- .V" i i J That said Dana claims
-i,;..h nLlntitf cannot state. na prejing
.Sta. thing, that the
may appear and answer aald petition. That
iafl fiana .bow hi. interest if.ny, in said lot
M , . i aa ultweBtT-aix. That the
rn.n..on.urT,---. u
that aald tUU bond meybe eancel
Stt.Md J nought, ind thaUaid
::,,eT8hrk.ngnetada.id Da.i.18 .Dan.
mar be bared frera any fnrther cia ra on .u
'. Hy JUUuPT IiiaTTOV
LEGAL NOTICE.
Slate of Ohio Vinton County
KreJcrii'k W. Ilsynef A Am, of 1 Court of
Jame Curler, Deceneud 1'ittT. Cvlnmoo fle
agaiubt
Rohurt Carter Hnd ( Defla. Civil Action.
Ru.nuel Curler. I J
Hubert Ctrter tod Knmnel 1'srter, both renl
ding in the Sisto of In-'imiB, the first In Tip
pecunoe Coi.ntr, and the latter In Konntain
Connty, will taku no' Ice that Frederick W.
Havnett, a the administrator of James Carter
dcxcancl, of the County of Vinton, and State of
Ohio, did on the 27th, day of April A. D., 1864,
Bio hin Peti inn and commenced a Civil action
in aid of which he ban lued out an attachment
and leized by virture thereof certain of their
real estate .Diluted in said Viuton County, to wit:
rht one undivided third part, or each ot sua
Defendentit, in the South-went quarter of Sec
tion number twenty-niue, (29,; in Townshp
number ten, (10, ) of itanpe number ninateon,
( I'J,) caid quarter containing one hundred and
sixty acres more or less, agsinnt the said Rob
ert tarter- and 6amul in i'arter, the Court of
Common Dsiisofenid V in ten County, Ohio,
setting forth, (bat since the death of said James
Carter, thoy have wrongfully , taken, converted
emhettled, and carried (mostly) out of the
State, cerivu monks, promiseary nots and
personal property bolcrging to laid deceased's
estate anonnting'to three thousand two hun
dred and seventy five dollars and more, for
which he arks dit-covery from them by answer
and ajudgneut for the amount of the value
thereof, for cunt?, c, and said Robert Carter
and Samuel Carver are notified that they are
ri quirod o appear and answer said petition on
or before the third Batnrday alter six weeks
publication of this notice.
FREDERICK W. 1IAYNES Adm'r
Vapli a Rbattdn of James Carter,
Attys for 1'lttf, Deceased.
Jlsj 5th 134,6w.
SOI.DIEKS
Don't Uo Bnek lo the War.
Many liave died from Diarrhoea tnd Dyi
enlery in your regimeut; now take wt ru
ing and do not return without supplying
your knapsacks witn a bottle ot Dr. Strick
land's An'.i-Cholera Mixture remember
how many were saved last year by taking
it after being discharged and tent from the
hospitals as incurable. One dose will im
mediately relieve the most severe case of
Dtarrhoosa or Dysentery. It is acknowl
edged to cure Chronic Diarrhrca and Dys
entery, Now don t neglect it, for on your
return a change of diet and water, etc.
will most certainly brina on Diarrhoea, an. I
a 60 cent bottle of Dr. Strickland's Anl
Cholera Mixture will cure you and several
olheri. It will keep good in any climate.
Do not fail lo tell jour comrades to put a
botil of it in their knapsacks.
Sold by Druggists andprepared only by
Dr. A. Strickland, 6 East Fourth street,
Cincinnati, O.
March 24. '64. 1-y.
Soldiers w think Dr. Strickland is
quite right in advising you in his adveitise
nent in our columns ol to-davs paper to
take a bottle of his highly recommended An
ti-cholera Mixture in yout knapBacks, it
mar save (he Uvea of many of our best sol
die re. Mothers, see that your sons do not
neglebt it. You can get it at the Drug slores
at 50 cen Is per bottle. It is the best reme'
dy far Diarrhoea and Dysentery,
Mar 24 64 1 T.
Da. Stuickland's Remedies for
S. N. Dodge, McArtliur.
Wm. Btytenshaw, Uamden.
E. A. DMTT01Y, .
Attorney at I .aw and
GENERAL CLAIM AGENT.
ilIcArlliur, Ohio.
Reing licensed by tbe U. S., for the purpose
I will attend 10 tbe prosecution and collection
of every dooeripfion of claims against tbe
United States, and Bute of Ohio, Including tbe
Morgan raid claims.
Bounties and Arrearages of Pay
rrocured.
PENSIONS for wonnded and disabled sol
diers and seamen, and for the heirs of soldiers
and seamen who have died and been killod in
tbe service. I would say to my mends, that
I will attend promptly to tbe.r business and
on moderate term.
Juneliifb le.
LIFE Oil DEATH I
THE G Ii E A T
INDIAN MEDICINE
COMPODEDUN FROM
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CHEROKEE CURE!
An nnfa'ling enre for Sermatorrbea Seminal
rrr 1 XT 1 1 ... X I
neaauvrB, ..ivhuru.i bniiiwiuun, nu mi uii"3.
ses caused by self-pollution ; such s, Loss of
Memory, Universal Laseitude, ruins in the
Back, Dimnuss of Vision, I'rematnro Old Age,
Weak Nerves, Pifflou'ty of Breathing, Trlmb
llrg, Wakefulness, Eruptions on the Faco, Pale
Countenance, Insanity, Consumption, and all
the Direful complaints caused by departing
from the path ot nature.
This medicine is a simplo vogetable extract,
and one on wnico all can rely, as it h been
used in our practice for mat.) Vears, and with
thousands treated, it has not failed ir. a single
instance. Its curative powers have been sutS
cient to gain victory ovor the most stubborn
case.
To those who have trifled with their consti
tution, until they hink themselves beyond the
reach of medical aid, we would say, Despair
notl the Ciikxokix Cube will root ore yon to
health and vigor, and after all quack doctors
have tailed l
For full particulars, eet a Circular from any
Drug Store in the country, or write tho Pro-
firiotois, who will mail free to any one desir
ng the same, a full treatise in pamphlet f rm.
Price ti per bottle, or three bottles for 5,
and forwarded by Express to sll parts ot tbe
y.orld.
Bold by sll respectable druoririsls everywhere
Dh. W. R. MKKWIN 4 CO.
Sols Prophietobs.
No it Liberty Street, New York.
Feb. 4 184, altw-lyr.
EC0l)tlGE HOME WOllKS
IMMDEN FOUNDRY !
MttDILL. PROPRIETOR
IlAMDLN, OHIO.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
AMD MAKES TO ORDER.
Stove., Flown, Hollow ware
AND
ALL OTHER KIND OF CASTINGS
rnE undersigned is new prepared to execute
promptly all work orjored in his line ol
buhiness. All kinds of Castings usually made
at Foundries, will be kept on hand and for sale
at tho most reasonable rates.
The facilities of the Foundry situated, as it
is, in the midst of Furnaces where the raw
metal la always to be had at a saving expence,
must be evident to all : and the subscriber be
ing determined not to be outdone either in tbe
quality or cheapness, of his msnufactnres.
asks'for and hopes to receive the patronage ot
fcuv vviiniiuuiijr.
CANE MILL.
We are manfactoring the best and late st
poved Cane Mills. Those wishing a mill w
well to band in their order in time.
BENJAMIN DILL,
nary 13thl88.-tfo
DAVID RIFFLE ESTAE.
IIJOTICE is hereby given that the eubscri
11 ber has been appointed and qualified as
Auniuiisirnirix on ine estate ol JJayid Rir
ne i.ie 01 vinton county uhio deceased
uLLnnutu KlrFLE.
Sept 33nd 18643w
TO CONSUMPTIVE.
Consumptive .offerers will receives valuable
prescription for h. cuse of Comnmption, As-
taina, uiu.ni., uu uiruat ana Mini af
fections, ( free of Rev EDWARD A. WILSOM
n iiiiamsourg, .ings Co..
fi.rt. 2-6I-lrao .New YorV
JijiHflini!Jjj;! L
iiijifliiiihtilllj u 1
Wheeler & .Wilson's
SEWING
MACHINES
I IV USE,
II K II U
PlilNCH'AL OFFICE,
1MO. 77 WEST FOl'UTH STIIEET
(VIKk'8 OPERA HOUSE
Ciiicuimti, Ohio.
Awarded tho First Freminm
AT TUB
WORLD'S FAIR!
JUST HELD AT LONDON,
Over the Combined Competition of Eu
rope and Americn,
at the UNITED STATES FAIRS
Or 1938, 1830, nnd 160;
And the Cinclnnntl Mechanles Institute,
FOR FOUR iUCCESSIVE YEARS,
we have taken the First Pkemich, over all
compctitlors, as the
liest Fami yo wing Ma-
chine.
HAVING MADE, for ovor seven years, the
niost popular Family Sewing Mnchines In
ihocoiintry, and now employing tl ,000.000 in
their biifincss, and making 100 Maohinos per
day, they are prepared, witn such extraordina
ry facilities and experience, to guarantee to the
purchasor entire satisfaction. All our aJao-
maesare mails equally well, ana are
WARRENTED THREE YEAR8,
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS:
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Ma.
chines are obliged to pay Mr. Howe a A.e for
each Sewing Machines sold, and are also com
pelled to make quarterly return to biin, stat
ing, under oath, the number sold, bis books
give a correct statement of the aolual number
of Machines sold hy tho different manfautnrers.
from this reliublo source we have obtained the
following reliable statistics, showing the num
bor of Sowing Machines disposed of during the
lastyear reported. The princip I companies
making mom are w heeler Wilson, 1, ai.
Singer Co., and tirover Uakor. Of the
Maolilnos so.d thee wore sold
By WHEELER Js WILSON 21.30IS
By l.M.Singordt Co., 10,'J.'3
Hy GrovorA Bukor. 10.280
Showing the sales of Wheeler Wilson to he
double if any other company. N. Y. Observer.
We have personally examined the various
Midlines before the public, with an anxious
desire to place before our roaders reliable infor
mation, as t lie result or such examination, wi
unhesitatingly recommend Wlifeler Wileon'i
Sewing Machines as tho Machine for family nse.
Western Christian Advocate.
My little daughter, of nine rears takes ou
Macnines Wheeler Wilson's apart, oil'
it, and puts it in place easily and readly aiusts
its parts, and performs with It all ordinary
work. She can make her own drosses, includ
ing hemming, gathering and setting in the
sleeves. Four uionth' nse in 11. y family has
made It a necossity and a luxury.
nev.t;. a. botntom.
We use tbe Wheeler Wilson Sewing- Ma
chine, and can say in regard to it that it is with
out a rival. No other Mach lie exceeds it in its
adaptation to all purposes of domestic use
Scientific American.
R" Send for a circular containing spocimens
ot sewing, testimonials, pne s. etc.
WILLIAM SUMNER Co.
Juno 30,-61- ly 77 west Fourth si. Cincinnati
THE LONG SOUGHT FOR
Discovered at Last.
GHEROKEE REMEDY
AND
CHEROKEE INJECTION !
Compounded from Roots, Barks
and Leaves.
CHEROKEE REMEDY, the irreat Indian
Dinre.'ic, cures all diseases of tho urinary or
gaits, audi as incontinence 01 me urine, innam
mnllon ortne Bladder, inanimation of the Kid
neys, Btone in tho Bladder, Stricture. Gravel
Gleet, Gonorrhoea, and is especially recommend
ed in those cases or iluor Aibus (or Whites in
females) where all the old nanseous medicine
have failed,
It is prepared in a highly concentated form
the dose only being one to two tesspoonfuls
inree times per aay.
it isdiureiicandaiteraiive in its etion: enr
ifying and cleansing the blood, osiingitto
flow in all of its original purity and vivo': thus
removing from the system all pernicious 1 inses
wiiicn iuuuuuu uwwoi
CHEItOKEE INJECTION is intended as
an ally or assistant to the Cebroken Remedy.
and should be used in conjunction with that
medicine in all cases of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, I Inor
Albnsor Whites. Its effect are healing, sooth
ing and demulcent; removing all scalding, heat,
chordee and pain, instead of the burning and
almost unendurable pain that is exterienced
with nearly all the cheap quack Injections.
ay tne use 01 me ihebokeb Kehxdt and
Cherokee Iwjiotiow the two medicines at the
same time all improper dlscharoros are remov
ed, and the weakened organs are speedily re
stored to full vigor and strength.
For full particulars get our pamphlet from
any drug store In tbe country, or write us and
we will mail free to any address, a full treatise.
Price' Cherokee Remedy, two dollar per
bottle, or three bottles for five dollars
Price, Chebokee Injection, two dollars per
Dotue, vt wire, uubtieo lur ove aousrs.
Sent by Express to any address on receipt of
pnee.
6old in MoAtthnr at 8. V. Dodge Drng store
iuu vj mu uiupKiste everrwnero.
Da. W.B.MERWINaCO.
Sold Pbofbietobs,
No. 59 Liberty St. New York,
DO YOU WISH TO BQ CURED:
DR. BUCHAN'B
ENGLISH SPECIFIC PILLS cure in less than
80 days, the worst eases of NERVOTJ3NE88,
mpofcCBc, 1 rquivturo uwsnj , oemiuai weak
ness. Insanity, and all Urinary. Sexnal iiul
Nervons Affection, no matter from what eaure
produced, rnoe, uoe Uollar per bos. Bent,
post-paid, by mail, on receipt of an order.
uoe box win peneot tne cure in moot oases.
- Address. JAMES BUTLER
Gea.Ag't, 427 Broadway, New York.
EeptSlnd l64-3me.
( FROM lyWLuTKfflli)
LET THE AFFLICTED READ I
Aid tan tkat a srxl sa4 radtal mr b wamaM
sad (naranlwd to all wuoars fflict with WMkans,
S.bllTty, Mrrsns enmpUlaU, nulaachuly Ihoniku, d
pmsiun of spirits, ditrts aod tngiiUb of Blind, suss of
iltf p. loss of memory, taA.f nry and mnscular poww
auny growth, wullng sway, and a ml of ounSdnnos I.
theinarl'M, bintint ftts, eomoliiT tramUlBfS, Impo
stDC. sod diixust of lUs.
HEAR WHAT THB MEDICAL PRESS
SATS.
8om phrrieisM rsonlr. to b Mi tn nrs of y
Jlss-lht ENOLItlll BOTAMIO PMYS1CUM dw
aut. Ills perfect knowUdmof lbs human lystoia snabta
bin to dwx-ribs Hit di wilboulaoy lnformaUoa from
tbo natUmt, loosptain lu original emus., d to goartnU
la tors. And, what It moro laloault Hill, Im will ko
ntly and frankly Ull h.thr yo ou bt cimd or ao.
Thlt will taliify your mind, tail tat jfou upuo, tlm
saTlna you niany a dollar II wni sa yoar hwlta,
tn.l, ihat It btnsr thao all, II alll your Ut Sna
Wni ihorf ned ty wroog trMlmtnl.
lilt txamlnallont trt aaaila without any InSinnatlo.
from Iho pallentl tharatoro bt thoroughly andeiatanils
Uwlr Phrilcaleoadlllonajid Phrenological doTtlonnenl,
ilhout which bt unr tould hart parformad to naa
aatonithlng curat. It abould ba rtntouititrad Ihat this
Botanle Phyriclat) -wrfurmt can. thought Impoatiblf.
If you ba trht otlitra and gut no rolltf, if yon with tl
Mdoy good niwlth and long Ilia, if yon art wist, yoa will
sad ennsult Dn. IIAPIIAKL. tiit UoUnle ThyalclM
... . . 1 . : ... I...l.ura alrlntul
All nts cummiiuKTuwii" ...... -
Sf int. aad eoBfluonllal. JUtdioal Jourwil.
. Width 1. Hirst col.
FACTS ARB STCBSORN THINGS!
Hear what tha Phllailolphla oorntpondont taya In I hi
Coiumouwoalth. Wlluilug ton, Dolawara, Sih of April,
"An Kagliah grntlfman, formerly oottnertad with tbs
Brlllh Army, and who HylM biioKlf Iht Englitb Bo
lulc I'hy.li lan,' hat of lata gained an sitsnilta raput.
Una ham b hit aklll In curing all man oar of complaint,
Soma of hit palltnia I have connrafd with, and lhay
nrooounca bit remedlat and modo of traatmant as vary
uparlor. Soma hart been mtorad aa if by magic. Tin
mtdlcint ht natd la diilllM by bimtalf from various
kerbs pmwotaing ran curatlrs properllrt.
Wblla acting in th anny ha devoted hit laitnrt
mnm.nl. to a tlioroiuth ttmlf of tha tnecta prod of U by
oartaio mwtlclnul roota and iiarbt oa all inaunar of dla
. It mni ht haa round a tura aud apoMy raiutuy
for all Iht Mils that Saab la hair to.' Hit practioa It
slraady axtenilTt, and It dally Increasing. In (ba c-im-plaints
to wbicb famalrt an aulijoctod ha bat no aqiial,
aa a larga number hart hatt laatllted that thoy own not
nnl. their nrctent tHd health, but Ibair Uvea, to th
killof iblaEugliib DoUnie Pbyalcian." Ills offlcolttl
No, 89 EAST riFTn STREET,
CINCINNATI
MOBS GOOD NEWS!
rROM SUGB AND RELIABLE AC
THORTTT.
Th notanle BamellM of Doctor Raphael, tbt Sngllth
Botanic Phralclan, nartr laura yet to mast . penect,
radical, and paranatal curt of k LL
PRIVATE, SECRET, AND VENEREAL
DISEASES.
Wlinoni tno hw vi n.ii.ui,, -
buiinatt.and without ferof ditcovary or e xpoanr. No
deadly poiaona, aucu aa ruiw, um i.u..v-,
toy other poiaona. No mercury nor any dually minerals
..k!.. k... .nMl. VmmImIiU Rotanlcjil Hemcdiet art
need by thlt wonderful Botaaic riiytlclan. Ilia Botanle
Bemedloa never yet miieu hi cuio wh iwi v...-
and the moat dangerous caaes, and to rumovaall mercury
tnd other impurities from the tyitem wueu all other
Bemediet bad failed. iltdiad Jcmnial.
GOOD NEWS TOR SINGLE MEN
CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE.
near wnai mo diuiii"i "r " - .
fellow, Boonaboro1, MaryUad, tald on Thursday, the 31.1
of May, ISM):
.1 . 9 nnul I. Mrl Indlflcm.
Hon earing been performed by tho Engllih Botanic Pby-
ilclan, I teei it my uuiy, ua.iua ii"
Itate the (act, believing that in doing ao I may do a service
. -. i n...H..l. m.ii. nlor (h.f nrA.rmnt
man in this cityit worthy of note. He had Iwcume tha
victim or a bauit, tot more ainuioi, w .huh -hndder,
.ad after years of aunerlng anddoctoring gave up
all hopes of recovery. He wlahed to marry, and was
dearly beloved by aa tweet a girl aa tar 11 pad words
arafleclloa Ji new n-rnu, i..-, .
Ha dared mat w ' . aooooM of to ah.tt.rrd atala
-. . ... a. u. -. tl. hnil nf the Bo
at Dal aval a. am wuu -
tanic Pbyal. ho. and, aatonlaUIng aa It may aeem, all the
blonm ana vigor oi jomu n - -
the nappy father of a pair of bright boys."
GLORIOOS NEWS TOR THB LADIES
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL
DREN. near what th Clncloaatl Weekly Press says tU t
T March, IS62: . ......
We are decidedly opposed to drugs and to adrartM
remedies for th prevention of having children, but we
i II our duty to acknowledge a benefit from any and
m every source when it it for tbe relief of aurfertn
.amanity. A fact haa oome to our knowledge thai
ought to ba promulgated tnd widely circulated for the
benefit of thote Udiat wbott delicate boaltb makes It
Becnaeary to prevent any increase of family.
About twelve months after aiarrliige, a lady of ourae
CjualoUiio gav. birth to daughter, bat her sufferings
were eo great that her pbyslciaus deepalredof her recov
ery. This made her dread th very thoughts of again In
coming a mother. Blie tried every thing to prevent
repetition ofher Bufferings, but without incceedlng. Tw.
years after marriage ahe was again confined, but her suf
strings wereao great that the child died, and ber own lift)
Wat Of rl red of. 8h was told by ber family i.hyalclan
that if she had any more children he (eared her life would
be the forfeit. At til the remedies the had tried befor.
had failed, th applied to the Botaoie rhyiiclan, Dr
BAPUA1CL,
No. 59 EAST 1'UTII STREET,
CINCINNATI,
FOB HIS
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
Bit ramedlot bad the desired elfect ; they not oaly pro
vented her from having children, but tbeyahw unproved
her henlth. "To thb peas, au TMiao aa. roas."
The BoUnle Physician's remedies can b. won
mended, because they an Innocent aad tat. They
operate without causing sickness or xpoanr. They 'It
not Interfere with the diet or occupation. Tbay d
not injur, th. Mlth, Iml the, etaW,
M. UEIOOS,aI.D.
Any who art tntTorlng. no matter what their oomaUlat,
can call on tot Botanic Physician conadtaUaUy. TaeJ
may rely upon reiKf. Bisomcbat
NO. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
Between gycamor 8treet and Broadw.y,
CINCINNATL
Consultation dally, Snndays eicipted. Offlc aonrt
eoo, A A. M. tw 'clwcb V- W.
(r Penuna at a d it lane may conrmuntratt cosrt.
DSNTiaur by letter, If they Inclose ONfC BULLA B, for
Oonsulutloa re. in each letter. All letters, communl-.
iatione, and Interviews, are strictly prlvat and ooosV
dentin). No anawer will bt given to letters unlet oo
dollar b inclosed at a Consultation Ve.
Address all letter a follow,
DR. RAPHAEL,
BOX No. 2463, POST OrPICE,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
CAUTI0X X0 TBI PUBLIC.
Pr. W. Eaphsel bat no connection with PROTEMO
r Dr. W. M. Baphael, or with any or (anutuaai
of th tanv nam.
o ,ut- uhuHuMMi nnl When VS. DBIk
St1a It with yoa and thow It to th (bt who opm the
Scot. To prevent muieaee, tw
8EB THB DOCTOR HlaHSELP.
Width VIA tdL
MANHOOD;
HOW LOST, nOW BESTOBED
Just published, a new edition of
r. Cnlverwcll's Celebrated Essar
n the badicaloobc (without medioine) 4
. . aSam!m-I nr.aVna.a Inwrtl
riSBATUNHUtt.vl D.iuiu.1 rig..u.
ntary Seminal l.osses, Impotinot, Mental and
. ... -. . . 1 . . . 1
nysical incapaciiy,, impwiiraent mi"s
to. : also. ObNsusirrioK. Eritirsr, and Kits,
ndaoed by self-indulgincs or sexnal extrava
gance.
jf" Price, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable es
say clearly demoistrstes, from a thirty years
successful practice, that tbe alarming consequ
ent of self-abuse mav bs radically cared with
out tbe dangerous nse of Intornsl medicine
the application of the knife pointing oat
mode of enre. at ones simple, certain and effec
tual, by means of which every suflerer, no
natter what his condition mav be, may enre
himself cheaply, privately, and hadioai.lt.
fdsT This Lao tare should be in the bands
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, rosrA!D, onrecoptorsixeents, or
two post stamp.. Address ths publishers.
' CtfAS. J. C. KLINE 4 CO..
117 Bowery, New TcrkfPoi trace box 4354
or
a
of
DR. ROBACK'3
STOMACH
BITTERS
All 107
TO BE EXCELLED
BTOMACniOj
an
Regulator
orttS)
DIGESTIVE ORCARSj
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Bilious Fever,
Fever and figue,
Liver Complaint,
0yspepaia,
Indigestion,
Jaundioe,
Kidney Complatnta
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Vat woAwre.
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27iese gittera are put up in quart
bottlea,of vuhioh thabov is aao-ainv-ile.
Tha label i finely engraved,ni
is provided with a safe-guard ran
oountereier. Grio $1 per bottla, of
AM for $S.
O. W. Iobaok, Proprietor, ?o. 9
East Fourth Bt., Cinoinnati, to whem
all orders R?Sli I addressed,
FOR SALE BY
S. V. Dodze, cAiiliur 5 owderv
Strong, Hamden C. Johnston, Ne Ply
mouth Will dt Co., ZalH;John Hol'snd
Swan;M. P. &C. Carr, Wilksille an-lb
DfUEeitts and Merchants geptirall 7 throntgl
out the Uuitexl Stairs ard Casad ta.
October 39th, 1863, -lyr.
PILES.
A SURE CURE.
EVERY BODY IS BEING CURED OP
this distressing disease by the use of
Dr. Strickland Pile Itemed y.
Read what a suflerer says:
Mr. J. P. Hazarde, 164 Second atreet,
Cincinnati, O., saw he has been a dreadful
suflbrer with Files for a Ion; time, and has
tried nearly everything, and could obtain no
relief. He used about one fourth of a pot
of Dr. Strickland's Pile Ointment, and it
made a complete cure, lie ad rises every
one who is suffering- to try tt. .
Sold by all Drnggisti, 50 cents per pot,
Manufactured at No 6 East Fourth aire el,
Cincinnati, Of Ask for
STRI CKLAND'S PILE REMEDY
Msj33 '64 1-y. 1
i;. X .Dr.it to ii,
A1T03H AT LVT, MeArtaar,
p . eiicain Tit ton aod adj.iniaj
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