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TAXES FOR 1864--VINTON CO. O
Notice to the Tax-Payers of Vinton County Ohio.
lo parsaauw of a lavr, I, mry R.'ynolls Treasurer or sai J County, hereby notify tho Taxray6r8 thereof
that tlia rate of rwntion for 1381 is oorroctly BtateJ iu the following tablo, showing the nurabur of conts
leriuJ on evory huulrel J-ilhrj of T-uiWo property in each of tha Townships and Incorporated Towns of
i4U.uiity, and that the Ujunty L
or the Tr vian-T in nrinnl on,, lUr
ominiasionors hare p;saol an Order that 117 do not deem it necessary
in oah T wnhip fr the pnrrmo of recfivin Thxos.
Hr, tVllWlillOU 1 13U1U0 3i 6,30 225 llH) 25 10U 25 100 10 1W 1 4.5'luU i (JO
Frown, " " 14 " " " " " 45 100 3 12,00
8wtn, " " ' " " " " " " " " 55 100 3 12,70
JaeW., " 44 " 44 44 44 44 44 44 - 45 100 3 12.00
Ik, 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 4 1,5 100 3 13 20
I'ar.of Elk -fcehed
AMbsr, j 44 14 44 44 44 44 44 44 1.5 100 4 14.20
McArthur, I ,4 '4 44 " 44 14 44 41 55-100 4 13,70
Tinton, 44 44 44 ' 44 " 4' 44 44 44 44 45 100 1,3 10,90
Mlin. 14 " 44 ' 44 4' 4 " Zi 100 2 11.50
Clinton, f 44 4 44 44 " 44 44 35 100 3 12,50
Richland, " '4 44 35-100 3 12 50
lltrril-n '4 " 44 4' 44 44 44 44 41 14 35 100 3 1250
WilktiTilU. 14 44 " 44 " 35 100 2 1150
Rm.i. 14 44 44 44 44 14 44 44 44 45100 3 12,60
i' 1 1
jl i-.-i r i n m r. v no, cicjikvinucr
S. pt. 20th 1S64-5W.
ine nnuerttitfiicii win anena ai ninomce, in JicArtunr, iroin ueiuuur iat., until tno 2(jth day of Deceit
ct, to rocuive rxc3, at'tor which U Taxes remaining unpaid will be subk'ct to a penalty of five per cent.
u .. 1 .ii v.:.-. l: .. 1. nnil. io'i '
0 I c I o I 0
I II. liDIKiE,
OF T il E
I'fsl and Clienpcsl Cash
full Stork nfcvrrv varititv of
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS
U DIES DRESS GOODS
CUTLEliV AND FRES
n wliicli I will Bfll ae choapo as the
hcapt-st (or CVli, or exchange for
fr.ni.try Producu at the liightst
market rates. Oa!l uud be convinc
P.?c. l0-fi3-lyr E D. DODGE.
8TATK OK OHIO. VINTON COUNTY,
W)UUT OF COMNON PLliASE,
Dvi,j .aiu:uii! riur
M ruiiot PhrcckoriBMi't nilmin-
Utratrix ,f Ji'li'i KliretlcenjrHWt ! Civil action
3l rgtriit Slue;l;i!!i(iimrt Dcfn
Mdiigumin 1'. ilo witt, j
Jlin C. V. Itrowa and j
D.uiiel 8. ani. J
r tie Mil Murfaret ftireckencrxiiKt, lmin
iTtrix of John Shreckeri(raait duceawod, and
jiniJ Margaret SlirwkcnttuMt of th SUta ol
lml al l!i!iiiiiiin 1. Hewitt, of
llnnwV c mntr IUini, will tak notice thai
tliaii( luvid McUnale ot eU Vinton coon
ev,(lliio, did 'n '.ho -27lh day of July lSrt4, flic
hi" Petition in the Court or miuon J'leaa
vith-n and ir th C-nuty of VioUn. Oliio.
aiainst. tliem and J. ". V. l?ron ani Daniel S.
Oar.a U.fon lontH. etti..ff Pirth amonr otlior
thinr. tk:itiil Hrowii noM i-nl conveyed lr.-
lol atmt'.i obniril twcoty-H:x,( IH )
in tia Tn of McArtl.ar, Viatoo eukuty.O jio,
t Mil Marijin-.v hrokfirt and Jobo
tlirekeii)jiist, '.ij in thin lita, inl ma'la and
-tnti t.'tlc bund lteref,,r tonuid Margaret
PhrVrn ttit J nht anJ Margaret
Sbretkcniranot eiot-n'-cd and dulivered a noto to
t,aid Jha i'. P. i;rw ff two liundred dollar
owtheJl. !yf A'Jimxt 1-51', in rt -ay
im Ht f.ir5J Hv. that -aid cale m tufifn
c I and the oJt-i:li'n tti r)(" iruataateodta ail
iff nH. liTis.tb? ia llitt rwran
?ctd y- fraeti lik manmsrt" Plaiatiff. Hiat
p'i'iniiff lr,ti"nH nn a.iid w and obtained
wilgmrM in tbe Cuiut of I'ooimiod l'leiu- ct
V'lal-c verity. f;l4rP tv-Vit: aftuiant
:iii J. ib v J'j"-kesrt tte 15thiayo(
M5 ISH.J-.f t' iiaiklrod ak treaty dollar
ul (nrx osii'.dKt,aiil aiiart Uarjra
rul Kiiwi-kniiifiiMrt, on the Jk y of Rtptisra-
terK, lufF9 .hundred and lwetjr tour
Mttllliw-) tl-9 l;hafl1' Ka 16. for
4o huDdr,:.1 jtvl JJ'-.t- "il duljara ati4 tfcirtv
(?a'. ml . tliatwiidstw i1,iudfcioiiU
rliwtn r 4wJ'i liit'3 tteU Ji
.lifof ifVt''.'jr 1S1 te-;i.iii w iaoved on
ai I li r ii'j,.i j.dwv.'. -ni tet-y jaudf ji
ivwi'.'ii,-,t iji-d il 'm W'var tiutid
i!a'r;t!iT4i.i.t it vmitW J'ti-dajiol
tritL, tjl mad J,4ji iixa Uiin:ttt'sin
tint Je .W T-T(t luae-lcacfiu.t
iumV'"- tie ui til'ui Zitnd ioai f
' Si.a"r ltref rrtiMiiajr tte'
vilctu V.'f 4 J'- VrtilI)u.aiaiB)h:
to kaeiKBce2iitreatujtl Ut, 1e aatocein
wiiftt, p! irri t&boi cute, acl tpcaf'y
Mtcof ai. aa.t tttal -intviiat
op?9? nuwr bd ri loc ?Wt .
aul taa (iar fci Sntitrai 'Jtngt im. tdtot
Ciaac'nor Uvn&iandroS vt L4rr-AX. Ttitrtiie
Hyt i"aml tint C f w4 titia t&e'
ti-cA-M ft Wit ( msL a 4Sicttld
iettyi'- rxaitr Un&r Un iid
rk; vmiw tort liei smA imuf?-t. a.
is rr--Tt4W toot mA 4AaAalJ. tmtt.-tti-;
State of Ohio Vinton County
Frodarlck W. Ilnynei Adma. of) Conrt of
Jarota Carter, Deceased l'ltff. I Common l'loa"
Kobert Carter and I 'Dofta. Civil Action.
Sa.nuel Curler. J
Kobert Carter and Samnol t'artor, both rcni
dine in the Stato of Im'iHiia, llio first In Tip
recuuoa Cniiiitv, and the liittor In Fountain
County, will tnko notioo tliut K'ederiuk W.
Ilavnca, a tho adminislrutor ofjiuuea C'artur
deceaaed, of tho Cnunty of Vinton, mid State of
i Mu o , oki on tne K7tn,riuy ol April A. J.,is4,
die liia 1'oti inn and commeneed a Civil action
in aid of which he haa auud out an attachment
and auizod by virtnro thereof certain ofthoir
real eatate.nitutcd in auld Vinton County, to wit:
flit one undivided third part, of each cfaild
Defcndenta, in the P.mth-wcut quiirti'r of Sec
tion nunibor twenty-nine, (29,i in TowuhIid
number ten, (10,) of Kanea Dumber nineteen.
(19,) raid qnartcr containing one hundred and
sixty acraarioro or Icm, against the aaid Kob
ert Carter and Samuel in t'artor, tho Court of
Common PUaa of cnid Vinton County. Ohio,
petting forth, (hat aince the death of said James
Carter, they have wrnncfullr. taken, converted
embezzled, and carried (mostly) out of the
Ktata, ccrtsiu monies, promWhary notes and
rorsonui rroiiprij uuiiinKiiiK 10 sam aeccuscu s
iron ana seventy nve imnurs ana more, lor
wnien no bkkb aiscovery irnm incm ny answor
and ajudpnent for the amount of the value
thereof, fur costs, ac, and aaid Kobert Carter
and Samuel Carter are notified that they aro
rfomred to appear ami answer fil petition on
orWforo the third SjfjrJay after aix weeks
publication of this notica.
t JJJ-.LHilill-lv V. I1A1?M A'lm'r
XATi.r. A ?,nATTOM ofJamoa Carter,
Attys for Plttf, Deceased.
Way fitb 15t!l,-l.
LIFE OR DEATH!
Don'i Go Hack lo I lie War.
Many have died from Diarrhoea and Dy
entery in your rpgimetit; now take uaru.
nig and do not return without fiupiilym
your knap?scks uitn a bottle ol Dr. Strick
land Anti-Cholera Mixture -remember
how many were saved last year by taking
it after being discharged and wilt from the
hwiita)i ag iii(urat)!c. Due dose will im
mediately relieve the most severe ease of
Dtarrlioon or Dysentery, It is acknowl
edged o cure Chronie Diarrhaea and Dys
euterv. Now don't nesrlecl it. for on vour
return a change uf diet and water, etc. ,
will most certainly bring on DiarrlioM, an,;
a 50 teul bottle of Ur. Strickland's Muli-
Cbolera Mixture will cure you aud several
othera-. It will keep good in atr climate.
Do not fail lo tdi jour camnfc a ut
battle of it in Iforir knapsacks.
Sold by DrogpiflUaudJprenared only by
Dr. A. Strickland, 6 Euit Fouitb elrert,
March 24, '64. 1-T.
Soldiers we think Dr. Strickland Is
quite right in adriw'nj you ia his advert'ii
neut to ourcciuoaos of to days paper to
take a bottle of his highly reooniiaeided Aa
ti-cbolera Mixture in jout kaaisaeks, il
may eare (tie lires of euany f our be sol
diera. McKbers, see that fOr eoog da aoi
negtebt it. Yon eta get k t (be Dng sUkos
at 'jO cea:s per bottle. It is tlte Uu
dy far Diarrbsta acJ Dyeentery.
Mar 21 4 l j.
D&. SnticsiiEo'fl Rcciddies toe
S. N. Dodge, McArthur.
Wen. Curleaeiiir, Uaajlea.
CTSiTEI yffotta ttVaoker Ciin
O ai. i ttXmt, Tirtfor C., Okie, twxe'tjra
Ji r l-A, Heifer CiY, otte4 U1 tta
LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE.
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U . I
ury ieiKiM leva a; avxuj ux&ij, M.r.
a V : -' A . , ' I - ..i. . . .a I
k ate e a if 1; M
if lwr J
o n i lien trj t ft- S
An unfa'linirenro for Sermatorrhca Seminal
Weaklier, Noeturnal KmiKdiona, and all disea
ses canned by self-pollution ; such is, Loaa ot
Memory, Universal Latitude, Pains in the
Buck, Dimness of Vision, Prematnre Old Ago,
Weak Norves, Dilllcu'ty of Kreuthin?, Triinb
lir(t, WaUofnlnoss, Kruptimm on tho Kaeo, Palo
rountnnance, Insanity, Consumption, and all
the Direful complaints cuuscd by departing
from the path of nature.
1 his medicine is a aimple vepetalilo extract.
,. w,.i ll ... r.l a. : I... i,.
uiod in our practico for inai.j yoars, and with
it has not fuilod ic a simrle
!,., i. . ,;.. ,,,. i i 7U
j ,:on, , a: ' ,,. ......u,,"
To thoso who have trifled with thoir consti
tution, until they tiink tliomselvea beyond tlic
reach of mi-dieal aid, wo would say, Despair
notl the CiiKit'iaiiE, Cdhe will rent oro you to
health and viur, aud uftor ull quack doctors
have fuilod 1
For full particulars, (ret a Circular from any
Druif Storo in the country, or write tho Pro
pricio.s, who will mail rrce to any one doslr
inir the same, a foil treaUsn in pamphlet form.
Price 2per bottle, or threo bottles for t 5
i nd forwarded by Express to all parts ot the
Sold by all respectable rirucwisU everywhere
Da, W". U. M Kit WIN & CO.
No 59 Liberty Street, New York.
Feb 4 IBM,-ultw lyr.
EACoL'ltVGE HOME WORKS
AMIN DILL, PROPRIETOR
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
AilD MAKES TO ORDER.
Stove, Plow, noIluiT ware
ALL OTHER KJND OF CASTINGS
iJIE aodcmjraad ia new prepared to exeeute
prosify ftU wrk ttlniM. in liu Kjm ot
biu.ieu.-aa. AU kinds of 0unjrs uanaily uuute
t Foundries, will ha keft on hM itA 1W aale
a tie CJ't reimotia.tle rate.
TJj CwJiti.4"tlie Foutyiij t4tiitted, asit
, ia tb milt Fraoa wbre than
JuetaJ UaJwaya teh Uili avinvr-ooe,
zna fcs vidotrt Cj!I ; o4ib a-iUr 4a
In lelerriiiaa4toatto ta Mtdiona eitiej- iatlai
aic aieajHieaa. mMifftUr!a.
iwJu Cut Jd Iwjjoa tg rejaivs &e puirouie 4
w- a-ra laa.nCuoicxiAi' h fcfKacdliat . irn
f ovusd CinaMrita. Tiioae wisliinjta wil
Mil to Laod La t2wsir orforia time.
OF ALL EZSLB
I Cn. '-r VTt
TAIMBAriAS li W-JtTtLtFJ- 4 lU
i JrXone-e trw, aa.a.iaj
- -,, . - .1 '. . .-. . ... . .
Wheeler A iWilsons
T HE l E S TM I IV USE,
(t. 17 WKST FOVUTII STKEET
(PIKK'3 OI'KKA HOCSE
1 iMciniiali, Ohio.
Awarded tho First Premium
JUST HELD AT LONDON,
Over the Combined Competition of Eu
rope anil America,
at the UNITED STATES FAIRS
Or 185S, l.?9,'uiid l&tiO;
And the Ciiiolminti Mechimle Institute,
FOR FOUR SUCCESSIVE YEARS,
have taken the Fikst Pneviuh, over all
competitlorB, as tho
Rest Family sewing Ma
chine. HAVING MADE, forovorsovon years, the
most popular Family Sowing Machines in
thecouutry, and now employing 1 1, COO, 00 0 in
tlioir business, and makins 100 Maohinos cor
day, they uro propurcd, with such oxtrncrdiua-
tiicilitiosand expermnco, to guarantee to the
purchaser entire sntiMaction. All our Aluc
hines are made equally woll, and aro
WARRENTED THREE YEARS,
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS:
Aa all parties manufacturing Sewini Ma
chines aro uibliged to pay Mr. Howe a fee for
each Sewing Machines sold, aud are also com
pelled ro iniiko quarterly returns to him, Btat
ing, under oath, the number sold, tils books
give a correct statement of tho actual number
.Machines sold by the dill'uront nianfucturers.
rom tins rename source we havo obtained the
following roliiiblo rtntistics, showing the num
Ifor of Sewing Machines disposed of during the
last your roportod. The princip 1 companies
making them nro Wheeler Wilson, I. M.
Singer Co.. and (irovor llakor. Of the
Miiehiiius so'.A there wore sold
Hy W IIKKLKi; ,t WILSON 21.305
Hy I. M. Singer & Co., 10,!)"i.1
Py (inner it linker. Hl.'idO
Showing tho sales of Wheeler Wilson to ho
double if any other company. N. Y. ohi-orvor.
Wo have personally examined tho various
.Vitellines before tlio public, withan anxious
desire to plnco before our readers roliublo infor
mation. As tho result of such examination. wn
unhesitatingly recommend Wheeler Wilson'i
Sowing Machines as tho Muchina for family uso.
Western Caristian Advocate.
My littlo daughter, of nine years takesou
Mttciiinos Wheeler Wilson's apart, oil)
it, and puts it in place easily and roudly ajusts
its parts, and performs with it all ordinary
work. She ran make her own dresses, includ
ing hemming, guthorini? and sottinir in the
Kleoves. Four i.iontli' use in n.v family buy
made it a necessity aud a luxury.
Pev, C. It. Hoyntov.
We use tho Wheeler Wilson Sowing Mn-
chinn.and can sny In roirurd to it that it is with
out a rival. No other Much nc exceeds it in its
ndiiplution to ull purposes of domestic tifO,
R?" Send for a circular con taining specimens
buwhi, iusLiiiiiiTintis, prif s. etc.
WILLIAM SIIMNFI! a. Tn.
Juno .10, -Ol-- 77 west Fourth sr.. I'ioi'innsti
THE LONG SOUGHT F0U
Discovered at Last.
CIIEUOKEE INJECTION 1
Compounded from Roots, Barks
CIIEUOKEE REMEDY, the great Indian
Diure.'io, cures all discuses of the urinarv or-
gann,Buch as Incontinence of the L'rino, Inflam
mationot tlia ULuldor, iTjnamnmtiou of the Kid
ney, Stone in the Bladder, Stricture, Gravel,
Gleet, Gonorrlucu, and isesncciallv recommend
in those casea of Fluor Aihus (o: Whites in
males) where alltuo old nauiieous medicine
It is prepared iiiabiehlv eoncentRteil form
the dose only being one to two tetspooniuls
three times per day.
It is diureticand alterative in its ction; pur
ifying and cleansing the blood, casing it to
flow in all of its original purity and vig.,-; thus
removiugfrom tlia system all pernicious . luses
which induced decease.
C IJ tKOKI.E ISfJECTIOW la lntnr
ally or assistant to the Cehrokee Krmcdy,
and should be used la conjunction witb (but
medicine in all eases of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, I lunr
Albusor Whites. Its effeetvarehaalitur aWitll-
inir and d-mialnent: remorioe all oeahlifxr.
chordoe aid pain, instead of the burning and
almt onendarabla pais that is experienced
ii.u nutriy w iiw cueap rjuer inicrtions.
CdKaoSEE IrUECTIOa the tWO fnadteituts ti. th.
MMte time lt imiprofior 4iscrtarpes are remov
ed, and tlia weakened orcam ua nwMil.
stored to fU viror sod strength.
For full parties '.ears et our nunnMnt. r,
y 4rgsWTe in thaauatr, or write s and
win faau iree va any adareas, felt treaBae.
Crioa4 Cuekoces itkuxttr. t ai.. .
bottle, r tlirae battles for fie 4c4Urs
rrtoe, OneaKEe Injeotiov, t-wodoCUTsper
botOa , or three bottles for tsu Ani! m.
eat by K;nreasto a,ay aldi-Ms oa rao5t of
0Mifl elith.r atS. V. Dodges D,, store
adid kj AH druggieta crery wliwa.
U. W. K. UFXVIH M CO,
' yp.ja LSberty fit. Noir,rrk.
( from ,,'5!rTrL'i Stores
ANDKSSOM t. ESTATE
TV" OT1CE U lierehjr gweji ttat tbe sub
jl i ember a seen aneourt aod na3 i
fied as dswiett-ttrk b the estate
ArWIeftefl J. Gregory laie f Vlatoc zantv
Oet 0&h-et SARAH A-GREGORY.
0HCE Js Aeteiy given that the der-
&ignea tits been apnmated and naii
ed siuaidiau of tie etat of Ida Gre
gory, .srrinor iisir of A ndersoa J. Gregory
airii vinura county. inio iiecessea.
Oct. th l$6-w Dm fi.GSEflORY
LET THE AFFLICTED READ I
tod Irani rkat a ferfrcl and rwtlrol car. hi arrantes'
aal ciiaraiiUwd to all wlio ar. atrlited witb woakirata,
iolilllir, rerToirt cuBiplaiaU, mrlaorholy IhooHiu, d.
prvwioa of ipirils, dUtrtM and .ngulfb of Dilnd, low ef
llefp, 1om of OMinory, Iom of enerfcy aod oiuKular pmer
yuny arowtb, wutlag away, and a wautof aitiQdeno. hi
IhtiiiKlTM, liiatiiia (Iu, coornUlT. tnmbUii(a, lmp
ttoc aud diiiut of life.
HEAR WHAT THE MUSICAL PHES3
Som. phynleian. rf)n1r to b. InM tha nslnrs sf yeoi
JlawM-th. ENtiLlSlI BOTANIC PHYSICIAN dot
aol. lit. perfect knowludgoof tlm hansn lyiUrn eoAblna
him toile:rlU theilira without an; lufuroiitioo (tool
Uio paUuat, toeiplaln IMorigi'uilcauM.and tofaaruitaa
n cur. AiJ, what I. nior. valuabl. lill, b will ho.
Mtly and (ruikly toll whothsr you can b. cured or not.
Tin willtatirfyyonr mind, and you axpsoM, UaM,
trouble, and disHiipointmciit. It will b tlx rowuii of
wtiiis you many a dollar; It wfll lava yoor bMlta,
and, xlml it bettor thn all, It will tara your Ufa fr
beinitaliurtrned ky wrong trtmn.
III. .isiiihintioiis are niad. without any infcrmatloa
frmu lh psllfnt s therefore he thoromhly undentaniUi
their Fliynie-al cnndillon ami lhrenoloi(ical deTelopmeut,
without which he nerer could bare performed m many
wlonUliinx enraa. It ibould be rrninmbered that thi.
Baianle I'hynlciaa lerform. cor tbonnht impoMible.
If yon hie lrl,i others and got no rolief, If yoa wish lo
nJnyood lienlth and Ion lint, if yon sre wile, you will
to and consult DK. KAl'ilAKL, the BoUnlo Phyiioiaa
All hli commiinkslloiia and Interviews u ttrlctlf
priV aud oounJenlial. Afiicul Jvaraa
Width J. first col.
FACTS ARB STCXWORlf THINGS
llwir what the Philadelphia enrreipond.nl aaya In tha
ftimnioawealtu. Wilmingloa, Delawarx, ilth of April,
"An Enitllih gentleman, formerly connected with the
SVitUh Army, and who styles himself the 1 English Ho
lanic Physician,1 has of htte (rained an extensive repots,
tion here by hi. skill in curing all manner of oomplHinta,
Some of hti patients I havo conversed witb, and tbty
prononnc hta remedies and mode of treatment aa very
superior. Sum. hav. been restored as if by aiairio. Taa
medicine he used Is distilled by himself from various
bartM rvMieising rare curative properties
While acting in the army he devoted his lelsnra
moments to a thorough study of the elTects prodnced by
eertain medicinal root and herbs on all manner of dis
eases. It seems h. has found a sur. and speedy remedy
for all tile Ills tbst Oesh is heir lo.' His practico la
already uUtnsivs, anil Is daily increasing, Iu the com
plaint to which females are subjected be bu no equal,
sa a lafte number here havo testified that they owe not
enly their present good health, but their lives, to ths
skill of thisfiDgllah Botanlo Physician." Ills office il at
No. 89 EAST FIFTH STREET,
MORE GOOD NEWS!
FROM HIGH AND RELIABLE AC
The noranle Remedies of Doctor Raphael, the Ingttih
Botanic Physician, never fulled yet to maka a periacl,
radical, and permituent cure of ALb
PRIVATE, SECRET, & ND VENEREAL
Wllliont Ilia nse of Mercory, wllhont hindrance from
business, and without fear of discovery or exnoeure. Mo
deadly poisons, inch as arsenic, mix vomica, opium, or
any oilier poisons. No mercury nor any deadly minerals
nothing but purely Vegetable Botanical Hemcdies ar.
nsed by this wonderful Botanic Physician. His llntanls
Remedies never yet failed to cure the most obstinate
and tho most dungerous cases, and to remove ull mercury
and other Impurities from the system when all other
Remedies had failed. .1filicaJ Juunial.
GOOD NEWS TOR SINGLE MEN
Hear what tho Baltlmnro correspondent of ths Odl
f l!,tw, Bnoiisboro', Maryland, said ou Thursday, tho Hist
af May, 18(10: , , J1
"Numerous enresnf diseases caused by early Indiscre
tion iiavlng been porformod by the English Botanic Phy
sicist), I fd it my duty, having a knowludgenf them, to
Hale the fact, believing that Indoiiigsu I may doa sorvic
totbo snlTorliig. Ono case Iu particular tlmtnf ayoung
mau in this city la worthy of note. He bail become tin
victim of bablt, tha mere allusion to which causes a
shudder, and after years of suffering sud doctoring gave up
all hopes of recovery. He wished to marry, aud was
dearly beloved by a sweot a girl aa ever lisped worda
of ejection wot bo was fearful, nervous, end prnstratssl.
Us dared tot wf ' or. account of the shattered stats
of bis svsts Be sought relief ai tho hands of the Bo
nnie Piiysl. en, and, astonishing s it may seem, all the
'.oom and vigor of youth haa roturnetl, and ha ia now
the bappy father of a pair of bright boys."
GLORIOUS NEWS FOR THE LADIES
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL
DREN. Hear what tlis Cincinnati Weekly Press says nn tbe'lk
of March, UlAj
W. aro detWodly opposed to dmg and to advertised
remedies for the prevention of having children, bat w.
t it oar duty to acknowledge a beuelit from any and
m .very source when it is for the rellof of sulTerlna
.ainanlty. A fact baa come to our knowledgo thai
ought to ha promulgated and widely circulated for tb.
benefit of those ladles whose delicate health makes it
necessary to prevent any Increase of family.
About tweh. months after marriage, a lady of our ao
qualntance gave birth to a daughter, but her sufferings
were so great that her physicians despaired of her recov
ery. This raado herd read the very thoughts of again hs.
coming a mother. 8he tried every thing to prevent a
repetition of her sufferings, but without succeeding. Two
years after marriugo she was again confined, but tier suf
fcrlngs were so great that the child died, aud borown lids
was despaired of. Bho was told by her family physician
that if she had any more children he feared ber life would
be the forfeit. As all the remedies she had tried before
bad failed, she applied to tlia Botanio Physician, Ur
No. B9 EAST FIFTH STREET,
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
Ills remedies had the desired ell'wt ; they not only pro
rented her from having children, but they also Improve!
her health. " To ma nua, all tamos aaa roaa."
The Botanlo Physician's remedies can be reenm
meniiod, becuus thoy are Innocent and safe. They
operato without causing sickness or exposure. They dt
not Interfere with the diet or occupation. They da
not Injur, the bealtb, but they are c.rtain In their
' 1. PAMIOST, H. D,
X. MKIUU3, M. D.
Any who are suffering, no matter what their complaint,
can call on tae Botanic Physician coofldeutiaUy. Ihey
suay rely upon relief. His office is at
NO. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
Between Sycamore Street and Broadway,
Consultation dally, Sundays exepted. Offlos hours
Vtim A. M. la 4 slecl V- "W.
atf Persons at a distance mav communicate eosm
litmi,l.l by lettor, if tney Inclose ON Hi DOLLAR, for
Consultation Fee. in each letter. All letters, communl
latious, aud Interviews, are strictly private and confi
dential. No answer will lie given to letters unless oua
dollar Is iucloecd is a Consultation Fes.
Addrosa all letters as follows,
BOl No. 2463, POST OFFICE,
CAUTION TO TDK PUBLIC.
IV. W. Itapltael has no connection with PBOFK880B
ar Dr. W. M. lUhael, ar cub any other geaUemaa
af tha satue naiue.
tSW Cat this adwrttsemsmt eat. When yea estsie,
ertag U with yoa and sfeow it to the girl woo opau tha
4uor. To prevent mjatafcea, ask (a
SEE THE DOCTOR HiMSELF.
Width sL 1st eoL
The laws of Ohio requite tbatonehalf of
all tae Taxes charged oa the duplifute be
aid on or before tbe 29 A day of DeeeraW
and tie etBHtader ou or before Cve 20ta
day ef Jaue enauiiiP. Incase ofdefaaltia
the December payment of Tex oa Chattel
proper If, the wbote uleaid Tax eeoone due
and the Treasurer ic required to proceed by
District or cUteTtvise, to collect e eatlre
Tax the year, araa peoaltr of live per
e4itm mi cost escolieeUoa. Eealestata
a svhtea tnxea Mmatn ajtioaid for IS63,
yill6eeld tfee ihitd Tuesday ofjansjary
next fur each xinjiaid Tatea ad the eatire
Taxes of 1S&4. Tbe Usvtka are a oar i air
bands, t reoeive Taxes at tie T easurers
Oct- 15,1846 -4w Treasurer V.Co.6
Call at tbia OFFICE aad get Mc-CLELLAN
"Si aif Ctisi aVrssa ac fntn,
Isr ba ThswMSsJIsti Cesbtasl k wra'
have been introduced to tha publio for arrt
ihan six" years, and have acquired sui '
br exceeding any Family Modiolnes of
llmilar nature In tha market.
An appreciating publio was not long is
discovering they poeieesod remarkable
and henoe U'eir
and eonsequent profit to the riroprmtor, thai
enabling him to rxj end
of dollars each year fa adirrtia'ng theh
merits, and publishing tlto
which hara been showered upen him from
The peculiarity of tho
1B.oo ?xt5tr atvik YvVU
is that tliey strike at the root of Disease,
by eradicating every particle f imparity
for the life and health of tha body depends
upon the purity of ths blood.
If tho dIooi is po'sined, the body drags
Out a miserable existence. These medioLaea
for ct ring'
jSbr oula, Bypto Ha,'
Ekin (Disiaaea, Old fl)rs, .
Bait Iheum, Jf hw atiam, !
(Dyspepsia, Eiok lleadaohi.
Liver OomplntM, Fever and fig,
Leiuoorrhcta Female OotnplainM,
Erysipelas, Bt. JlntKiyj's Fir,
Fits, Borofulnua Conaumpti r, srto.
ONEperson writes, her daughter was ewei
af fits of nine years' stf nding, and bt Vitaa
dance of two years.
ANOTHER writes, his son was saned
after his Uesh bed almoi t w tstot away.
The doctors aionoun.ied the xum inemsV
ANOTHER was oared of Fiver and Ague
after trvinii every medicine in his reach.
ANOTHER was cured Fover So"
which had existed fourteen yetrtv
ANOTHERofRheu natism of eight yea
Cases innumerable ot Djspcr sia and Liver
Complaint could be meotioned In which ths
Puriticr and l'ills
are the most active and thorough pills ma
have over been introduced.
They act so directly upon the Liver, etui
ing that organ to Biioh an extent as that tits,
system docs not relapse into its former son
dition, which is too apr to be the ease wttfi
limply a purgative pill
They are really a
s "Boo awit Tawy YvX,
whioh, in conjunction with the .
will euro all the aforementioned diseases,
and, of themselves, will relieve and eurs
Colio Pairr, Cholera Jlorbua,
Indigestion, (Pain in ih gowela,
Try these me lioines, and yoa will
Ask your neighbors, who fasrra nsed theta
and they will say they are
and yoa should try them lefon foinj tW i
Get a Pamphlet o Ahaanao of my loesl
ngent, and read the eertificare, and ya
Lave ever doubted yoa will
Oo3) xvo mote.
As a proof that tha Blood Purlrtt r and Pills art parajS)
sgetable, I have tha certificates of ttvoe. .minert ohem
JU, Professors Chilton of N. T., a id liork. of Cbicfunatl
Bead Dr. Boback'a Special Notices aad Certificate pub
lished in a conspicuous cart of tola afw from Us. M
Price ef the SesndlnaTlan Vegetable Stood ParlSer, S)
per bottle, or 15 par half down. Of tht Bcradinaviao Vsay
.table Blood Pills, 85 cents per bo c, at losm for II.
Principal Offlca and Salesroom, V. 8 last Fourth M.
Id Batlding from Main St , Ctaot snat1, 1 . jUbwasart,
Re, U Hammond Street.
FOR SALE BT
S, V. Dodge, cArthur ; owderv A
Stto'ngt Hamden C. Johnston, New Ply
mouth; wiH & Co., Zaleski; John Holland
Swan;M. P. &C. Carr, Wilkifille and
Druggicts and Merchants generally throttgk
out the United States and Canad is.
October 29th, 1863, -lyr.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
BY ORDER OF VROBATE COU ET
Stale of OHo. Vinton Gointy,
I will offerat publio sale, at tbe door of til
Conrt Hoenliq the Town of MoArlhur, Vinloa
Saturday he2$i&diiyf October 1864,
Attaso Vcloek, . P. il., to the Wjrhaiit bidder,
tha ftalowicf real eMato, aa tbe profssrty of
WUlisja A. Johnston deoeased.to-wit; In-lot
cuwiber aeven, (7, )ia tae Tow of lleArtbar,
ta the OosifUjof VinijcaudtSUteofOuiorea)
Atrjraiaed atfeor Utadrad and fifty dolbu-a,
(WW- ' '
'farms sf s-tle.oas tVirdeaA ia fcaad, oa
third ia six mor.tts, ucd one third ia twelve
saoataVM, Defeeed fMiyaMmts ta bo seonrod by
Baortrae an tha pnn.attea, with iatareat oa
rayaaetitalVata ly of la
SAM C EL C. CAB'S, Aslm'r
ept.20.64 4r. .. f aa-A.taetoaoae.
Balls OlilaV; How
3SID 1"OUR'ORDE) ' EARLT