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TAXES FOR 1864- VINTON CO.
Notice to the Tax-payers of Vinton County Ohio.
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la pnreuauoo of a law, I, Umry
lut t!ia rata or luxation tor
:-Mti' on rory hunJraJ dollars
iilCoViitV. and tUdt the C-iunty
or inn Trtvi-mivr tr atteni nr.i i:iv
R: tjnul U Treasurer of said County,
1 S3 4 U oorroctlj etnteJ iu tlia following labia, elii 0ng tho numbur of cunts
Inn of TriX'bti propony, in oa-j!i of tho Townships' .1 Incorporated Towns or
unty Commisjion&rs have passad an Order that 'hdo not deem it necessary
1.1 I :i v in fvh T Tnh'n fir Hie ivirtina nf rpficivin; Tnxoa.
in fv'h Iothumi nr rtie ivirona nr
Lereby nor nh& Tax-l'ayera thoroof
rpficivm;
STATE TAX.-.--COUNTr
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The iiiidcrsirncd will attend at
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McArthur. Ohio, September 2Jtli
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laxi.'8 reiuiiiuiu oupau will bu subject to a penalty of five per cent,
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35 100 3 12,50
35 100 3 12,50
35 100 2 1150
45 100 3 12,00
1st., until the 20th day oTDuceuiber
Sept. 29th 1864—5w. HENRY REYNOLDS, Treasurer
Vinton County Ohio.
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' OF THE
lie$l and Cheapest Cash
Tfl hi!'
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OS HAND
A full Stock of ever v variet" of
CLOTHIMi. DBY GOODS,
- LADIES DRESS GOODS'
VATS
AND
CAPS,
SOOTS
AND
( SHOES,
IURDWAIU:
CUTLERY AND FEES
GORCER1ES,
o which I will sell as cheape as the
heapest for CRtii, or exchange fnr
ountrv TrluCJ at tlio hilnst
Biarket rates. Oall and bo convinc
ed" Doc, 10-63-lyr E D. DODGE.
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LEGAL NOTICE.
STATE OF OHIO, ViNTuN COUNTY,
COURT OF COMSOX FLF.ASE.
David McMuade
Utfaiust I
, troaret Phrliei'Ki"ft admin-
- ratrix of John ShrcckeiiKaust I Civil action
, :rjrret Shreckenifanrt ietn J
Jienzamin P. Hewitt, j
JolmO. P. Browa and
Dioiel 8. 0" , , i , .
Th Ntid Margnret Blircckcr,c"st, f admin
,tratiix of John Shrcckenpaust deceased, ond
tCkid Margaret ourecneuiiuM. m n.o
i.. i ml Uenizaaiia P. Heitt,
UmiDBcli entity lU'moin, will tuko notice th.n
i.. -.la tvid MeOuade of Jaid Vinton coun-
nr. I3feadfKts, selti .if I'-t'.U amon other
thin", that said Brown sol 1 ut. 1 conveyed lt.
lot rToniber (o hnndred and twcity-s:x,( M )
tBttTovfn of McArthnr, V iuton eounty.O.no.
Sh4JSwowt, then in thi' life, and made undj
dcuted a title )ont tlieu-i..r ioai.i
Mr(?:ireti8
and Margaret
gbr.-tfU?aust executed and delivered a note t.
iLiiA Iui C. t Brown for two bwiijicd dollar
on the 31st daf'.f Auirust 159, m part pay
to
ars
meat forsuia reiij, u. '
r i .n.l the collection thereof irnainnKedlo said
UatCbTnail llrowo.tiiat sain Hewitt juaran
rL,l'lr sametn like mannort-. naintilf. That
DUlintiff Iwott.uit ooaaida ow and obtained
VodZent in the irt of Co.nnn Pleas.; ol
.aiJj'bn fthreckonjtanst on the Hth day o'
Mat 11 for two hundred nd twenty dollars
Tui fort,-''. andesta, I epiinst Mama
Mt Shre kc1,fr..t.st,en lhoi5ih cay of Septem
htt liii. for t" hundred and m aty foui
Jit , kpvb .tv-s'.X cents and costs, and airainst
ffile wn ouie lth day of May 1M4 .for
two hundred and fty-i dollars and thirty
irnta nd evtsta, that said note und judgmcnU
HSSSSr. wholly unpaid. . Th.ton tho
day of October I Ml exe.utioii iu issued on
" n.med iudmnenl and levy made on
,a d lot number twe hundred and u-enty-stx.
l.'.i... ,,n.lisoo-ed of 1 bat said John
RhreckXastdied,ii. the year IBM that
MD! Shikenl vas on the Mtli ly ot
5i PI... 1H.1S dnlv al'P'iinted bis admlnis ra
trx that auid John sli.r.skenKaustsesUte is in
i ' 5, .V.t the said Margaret Shrecker.?au-t
solvent, that thew I)jm
..IS l)i"aaflbe utirpoe of preventine the
iollttiou of said now. FThut said n.na claims
Line interest in said lot, the .nature ot
tT:h nl iolilf cannot elate. And praying
r..oM OtIwr things that the 4aid defcu. tents
Ujoogoww' cf :j petition. That
fail Dana .how his interest il any, in isaitl lot
nnmbor two hundred andtwentyaix That h(
S .lar -avid lot be sold to pay the jmV
rn.hMr that aa d tttle oonci may "
KTKle and held for nought, aad thats.id
w.,m.-.t,n.l said Daniel b.Daua
. urtrarei "7",nrthir clliiin on ,ai(
tnyw , ,nd twcnt.-Bix, and
il Ur.t VJ. And Mid defendenu are ooti-
li that bey are required to appear nd ana
!;iinMi on or before the third 6t-
tv OWi ' " 'ln " "")
hi- Petition i" tho Court of Common Pleas
within and for the County nf iuton, Ohio
J. l. t . urown aTi i Lainei
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LEGAL NOTICE.
State of Ohio Vi7ton County
Kredrkk W. Hiij ir-s AJniK. ol") Court of
James Carter, DcoiiihjJ l'lltf. Cummou I'lta
Kobcrt Curlur unJ I Dofts. I Civil Action.
Kt.uuel Carlur. f J
Robert Carter ninl Pmucl Carter, buth resi
i1in(f in the Statu of I:'iiii:u, I he lirnt in Tip
I'Cennne Ciiunty, anj tl.o lattur in Fountain
County, will tiil:o iiotico tl:at K'liU rich W.
Iluyuex, us the uilniinistrut'ir ofjuinen Carter
Jeoeacl, of llic C iunty of Vinton, uinl State of
oliio, JiJ on the 27th, day i f April A.D., lsG4.
nlu hiu l'eti iin uiui eoinmciice l a Civ il notion
in aid of wiiieh liu sued out an attachment
and gizel hy virturo tliereof certain ofthoir
real I'ltateoitutuJin eaid iutoii (ouiiiy,to it:
Tlit one unJh Wtd thir.l part, of each ofeiid
DelenJciitf, in the South-west qiartt-r of Sec
tion number twenty-!::!. o. (2'J, in 'fownwhp
number ten, ( 10,) of Itaree number nineteen,
(19.) mi iiurter contuii.iiiK una l.unUrotl uuJ
HXty acreis moro or lefs, aHinnt tun Paid Hub
ert Carter und Samuel in t arter, the Court
t'binmon I'lsas of eaid Vinton County, Ohio,
settinif forth, fliut fhkethe death cf faid .lames
Carter, they liavo wronirfully , taken, converted
embezzled, and carried (mostly) out of the
Slate, eer nin inoniis, promiai-ary m t'n and
jtrw nal j rojicrty bcloi gin? to said dcciufodV
estate anountinir to throe thonsand two hun
dred and seventy live dolIarH mid more, for
which he asks discovery from thoin by uiiswer
and ujioliiiient for thu iinnnint of tim vulim
thereof, for costs, c, aiul paid Kobert Carter
and Samuel Cwrter are untitled that they are
ri nuirei
or nefor
uiredo appear and unsnerenid petition oa
re the tii'.rn Miuiniay alter hix weeks
publication of this pnti'-e.
FKKDEUICK W. HAVNKS Adm'r
Yapi.e P.r.ATTos of James vjartjr,
Attys for I'lirt'. Deceased.
May Mb l'M,-tv.
LIFE OR D E A T U !
SOl.RILItS
Dent (jo liiic-k lo Hie War.
Many have tlied from Diarrlicei nr.d Dys
entery in your regiment; now take warn
ing and do not return withnut suotilvin?
0)'vour kn;ipacks itti a bo'tle ol Dr. Strick
land 8 An:i-Lho;era Mixture reir,emher
liovv itia n wert; B-.ved last tear by taking
it aft- l:in tli-i h irg-eil ami sent from the
hospitals bs in urahle. One close wilt im
niediute'y relieve the- must severe case
Dturrhna-a or Dysentery. It is acknoul
fdged in cure Chronic Diarrliosa and Dys
entery. Now don't uoglett it, for on your
return a chttnze of diet and wate:, etc.
ill I most certainly l.rina on HiarrliO!
i, an.
jluti-
oO cent bo'.lle
of l)t. Strickland':
Cholera Mixture will ture you and several
oilier. It will keep good in any climate.
Do not fail to tell jour comrades lo put
buttle of i: in tlreir knapsacks.
Soltl by Drtiojitsaiulprepiired only by
Dr. A. Strickland, 6 East Fourth street,
Cincinnati, ().
March 24, '04. !-y.
Soldiers tve dunk Dr. bticklarm
quite right in advising; you in his advertise
ucnt tn our columns ol to-davs ncpr
take a bottle of bis highly recommended An
ti-cholera Mixture in yout knapsacks,
may save the lives of many of our best sol
diers. Mothers, see that you sons do
neglebt it. You can get it at the Drug stores
at 50 cenls per bottle. It is the best iciiie"
dy fur Diitirheca ahd Djsentery.
Mar24'(i4 1y. .
De. STuicKLANDBpRemeditia
sales Sy .........
S. N. Dodge, Mc Arthur.
Win, Bartensfiaw, lluinden.
STRAY CxVLF,
STRAYED away from the aubicriber living
at Mearttur, Viutor Od.TOhio, omo tine
in July last, a Heifer 'Calf, spotted Red
Whito. was on-! year old laatapring, with tb
top of one our otf. Any pur ion given mo infor
mation ofsaid calf will be suitably raward id.
ODt. 13-64 3w. PATRICK CKIililKNS.
NOTICE.
Muriin Cat-ill Executor of the estate
Henry Cassill late of Vinton County,
deceased, has filed hie acccuu's and vouch
ers fnr inenprtinn nnd nartint fintllfmoitt
that the mm will be foi be.ring on the29,
auy oi utiouer toon.
RICHARD CRAIG,
OcL th l805-8ir Piobate Judge
I' II ii G1!E A T
of
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CHEROKEE CUKES
An unfa Tin cure for Sormotorrhoa Seminal
Weakness, Nocturnal Emissiom, and all disca
sos caused by self-pollution ; ijhi n..i ,m ,,
Memory, Universal Lanei tude i-f in the
Eack, DimneMs of Vision, Prematura Old A?e,
'Weak Nerves, UifHcu ty of IlroaUiinir, Trimb
liup, Wakeful ness, Eruptions on tho Faco, Fale
t'ountenanco. Insanity, Consumption, end all
the Direful complaints caused by departing
from the path ot nature.
This medicine is a simple vegetable extract,
and one on wnicn all can rely, as it has hoot.
n.cd in our practice for niauj yearn, and with
thou-iinda treated, it haS not failed in a siio. 'lo
instance. Hi enrutive powers lavo been nuill
cient to gain victory over the most atubborn
ca-e.
To those who have trifled with Uteir consti
tution, until thoy Kink tliomsi'Ivea beyond the
reaidi of modiealaid. wo would say, Despair
not! tho Chi.kokle Core willresii.ro yuu to
health and vior, uud after all qctck doctors
have tailed 1
inr full purticviliirs, pet a Circular from any
Druif Store in the country, or write the Pro
prietor, who will mail free to any one desir
ing tho wime, a full treatise in pamphlet f rm.
Price 2 per hottlo, ot three bottlea for 5,
tnd torwavded by Expie.a to all parts ot the
tvorld.
6old by all respectable drfistn ycr-wlioro
l)a. W. K. MKUWIN & CO.
Role Propiuetors.
No 59 Lilerty Street, Haw York.
Feb. 4 15:'.4, altw-lyr.
ESCOlllVGE II0.MK WOllKS
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UAMDEi. FUtiVDKY1
AMIN DILL, PROPRIETOR
liAMDLN, OHIO.
KEEPSS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
AMD MAKES TO ORDER.
Sloven, IMous, Slollow ware
AND
ALL OTHER KJND OF CASTINGS
IMiE undersigned is new prepared to execute
1 promptly al work ordered in his line of
busmes. All k inds of Castings usually mi.de
at r oundrios, will be kept on baud and for aalo
v..v mot-k luuooiiiium rmea.
iho liicilitjcHot Uio Foundry Hitimted it
III tli nii ljlnl? L. I '
is, in the midst of
metal U al ways to bo had at
runiacca wucro the raw
a suving expence,
must be evident to all ; d the 'hscril h.'
ing ieicrmnie4 not to be auulone ukb.. i
quality or cheapneas. of hi;
,. ...V
asks for and hopes to receive the patronage ot
the community. " ""'
msuuiacturea.
A i E MIL,
tbf.minfaetoringihe beat an! tm.,
povCj
'ib v i'L8', ?',10NJ wishingu
itn-
we
wil
''f"u la "ir order In time.
wr? UKAJAMIJl DL'
njalS88.-tfo .
of
Ohio
nnd
FAIRRANKS'
' Sundard
SCALES
. OF ALL KINDS.
Ala ' tvn .nL tm .
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FAIRBANKS GRFENLEAF & CO
53 juonroe street, TULEDO.
' TBecarafnl tobuy onlj )hs Geaaine
m Jud IiM-1 yr.
Wheeler Si .Wilson's
SEWING
MACHINES
r II E E S T I rv USE,
I'RINCII'AL OFFICE,
IVO. TT WEST IWltTII STUEET
(riKU'3 OI'EKA HOCKE,
( iiKiunali, Ohio.
A warded
the Fir6t
I'reminm
AT THE
WOltLD'S FAIR!
JUST HELD AT LONDON,
Oyer the Combined Competition of Eu
rope nun AniuucH,
ALSO-
at tub UNITED STATES FAIRS
Of 1S5S, Its. 1 I H(it);
And the Ciiiclminli Meclinulea Institute,
FOR FOUR SUCCESSIVE YEARS,
we Lave taken tho Fihst Prkvicm, over all
competitions aa tne
liest
Faiiiil)
SCIII1?
Ma-
rhilltt.
HAVING MADE, for over soven ycara, tin
most popular Family Hewitts Machines h
tho country, and now employ iiu 1 .uuu.OOil Ii
their business, and niaaini; loo Jlnooiiu-s i" i
day. they am prepared, with audi extratrdiua
ry facilitieaand exporii nco, to guarantee to tin
purei.user entire t-atisluclion. All our JJuc
niuesaro nuide equally well, and aro
WARRENTED THREE YEARS,
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS:
Aa all Mir tics ni aim fact urini? Scwina Ma
chines uro obliged to uav Air. Howe afiofo'
each Sewing .Machines sold, and are also com
pelled to make quarterly returns to him, stilt
ing, under oath, lli number sold, his book)
give a correct statement of tlio actual numbei
of Machines sold by the ditfurcut tnaiifactnrers
t rom this reli.itilo source wo havo obtained the
'ollowinif reliable statistics, showing the mini
ber of Sowing Machines dipnscd of during tl.i
last year reportod. The prinoip I companic
making tl.uin nro A heeUr 4 Wilson. I. M
Singer Co., and tirover Cuker. Oftht
MacliiIiesso.il thcro worn sold
By WIIKKLKK.t WILSON 21.30;
By l.M. Singer Co., lU.'JM-
KyGroveriS: Baker. 10."H-
Showing tho sales of Whctlt-r Wilton to hi
double if any other company. N. Y. Obi-crvor.
U-., !,..,. .,. ii.. . . 1 .1. i .
.iujiu.o i uin.'iinnjr i-.aiiiiiied liiu various
M tclunos before the public, witlinn unximis
desire to pluco hefore nur readers roliuble infer
mation. An tho result ol such cxtimiiiatinn.w
unhesitatingly recomnend Wbcoler Wilson'
Sewing Machine ostlie Muchine for family u.-c
Western Chrjstiun Advocate.
My little daughter, of nine years takcaou
Machines Wheeler 6 Wilson's npnrt, oil
it, and puts it iu pluco. easily und rcadly nnsts
its parts, and perforin with It all ordinary
work. Hhe can mtiko herown dres-ea, includ
ing hemming, gathering in.d setting in tl.i
sleeves. Four i.iouth' use in my family bus
made its pecessity and a luxury.
Pew,('. U. BlTTll(.
Wo iiso the Wheeler a Wilson Sewing Ma
chine, nnd tan say iu resrurrt to it that it is with
out a rival. No other Mach ne exceeds it in its
adaptation to all purposes of domestic use.
Scienlifla American.
Send for & circElnr containing specimens
of sewing, tcstimoni.tls, j.rii- .. eto.
WILLIAM fct'MNKI! Co.
June .10. -t - 1 77n.-st Fourth si. riiM-innMi
THE LONG S()L'(iIIT FOB
DlSCOVERtD AT LAST.
CHEROKEE REMEDY
A" D
CHEROKEE INJECTION !
Compounded from liquid, Burks
unit Leaves.
CHEROKEE REMEDY, tho great Indian
Diuretic, cures all diseases of the urinary or
guns.sjoh as In-Mntinenon of the Urine, Infliui
mation tit tho Bladder. I'lflummationof tlie Kid
ncys, Stone in tho Bladder, Rtricturo. (iravel,
(ilect, (Jonorrhceo, and is especially recomniend
cdin those cases of Fluor Albjia (cs Whites in
females) whero all tho old nauseous medicine
havo fiiik'd,
Jt is prepared in a highly conecntatcd form,
tho dose only being one to two to&spoonfuls
three times per day.
ii n oiuruucaiuiaiteraiivc in its etion; pur
fying and cleauams the blood, ca. inir it to
flow in all of its original pnrity and vigo-; thus
removing irom tne system all pernicious t iubos
which indncsd deceaso.
CliKHOKKi; INFECTION is intended as
an ally or assistant to the Cehrokee Remedy,
and should ho used in conjunction with that
medicino in all cases of Oono'rrhtrti, Hloot, I luor
Albusor Whites. Its effects arehealing, ooth
ing and demulcent; removing all scalding, heat,
chordoe and pain, instead of the butbinn and
almost unendurable pain that is experienced
with nearly all the cheap quck Injections,
liy the naeofthe CiiruoaKE Reukdv and
Ciikkokee Injection tho two medicines at the
same limo all improper discharges are remoV'
ed. and tho weakened organ are sceedilv re
stored to ftlll vigor and strength.
For full particulars get our pamphlet from
any drug store in the countr, or write ns and
we win mail Ireo to any address, a full treatise.
t'neo' CiiERoxEi Kemkdt, two dollar per
uoitm, or turee uoitics lor nve dollars
rrioe, Cherokee IsiroTioK. twndnllnr nsr
bottle, or three bottles for five dollars.
bent by Express to, any address on receipt of
Bold in McAithur at8. V. Dodsea Dru atora
and by all drnggists eyejk-where.
Vi. W. tfTMEKWIN CO..
Jff PaorniRTrtiis,
NcTaTLiberty 6t. New rork
from IfVAE
ANDERSON J. CREtiORY'S ESTATE
NOTICE is hereby given that the sub
6criber has been a ppointed and anali
fied f S administrattrix on the estate 0
Anderson J. Gregory late of Vinton conntv
Ohio deceased.
Oct. 6th 64 -3w , SARAH A. GREGORY.
ANDERSON X GftEGOHYS HEIR
TVTO'rlCE is hereby giveo that the under-
X. 1 signed lias been appointed and quail
fied es Guardian of the estate of Eliza Jane
Gregory, minor heir of Anderson J Gregory
late of Vinton county, Ohio deceased.
Not. 3th I964gw JOHN ft. GREGORY
73 4
. LET TKE AFFLICTED READ!
ABd Irani that a fwrtVrt and tarttml enr b nmtiUj
and gturanterd to all !" an afttletsd with wnkusta,
Saliility, nsrrons euraplninti, nwUnchuly thonKtiU1, d.
prawlou of iplrlls, Jltr null ngiiib of Diitid, l'-t ol
limp, lontof memory, lo of tarrgy anil muscular !
f ny rrowth, WMIIdj! wj, and a waul -if c.alldso.-w la
IwmaelTea, fainting rta, cobtuIIy trtn.tlUir?1 Uujk
taaca and dlipul of 1U4.
II CAR WHAT THS MrEICAt PESSS
SATS.
. Bom phrileians rwinlra o b Wd tba natnre of yon
iliu-tlia KNUL1SII DOTANIU PUYJICItN d.a
rot. HUiierfsrt knoledof lhliaiiia-iivw,i.itn..M
' lihn to tacrt! diarail wUhoiit auy liifuriiullon n
tho patkiot, toelplaln lit orlifl'u.1 mum, ant to ((""nntoa
its can. And, what It mora valuable a l ill. ho will tve
all; sni! frankly trll whither you no ta f urrd or nol.
Hill will! .tliryymir mind, and s"a yon aipoi"i tin,
tmilbla, and JlasppuiulnoTit. It will la I ha uim-.J of
asTliiit ya ta-ay a dollar; It wnl tw yonr hMlin,
and, what It l-nwr l-.ao all, ll will ' year life fr-ini
Oain tliorti'nwl j wiodk tnmtmcnt.
Hit ayamiimtloii' ruwla willio'lt rny refnmaflra
from Iho iwilant i Ih.c.'' to 'is tho.-onjlily uiidi'rOaU'U
thslr I'liralealnoadliiiat Plir.-iK logi al dcrilopmirnt,
wltliuiil which k n.w coold '-jro r rformwl n many
astonliliiii ennw. It alionld lo rsmtiuWri'd lint Hot
Dotanlc rtiyid'-lan lorfortM cunt ttije;:M Unpomlilf.
If joiiksTetrkdullien s-j'l X"' unroll..-;, if jjaih lo
njnynoo.1 bralih and loin UK If vim ro km, jrou w ill
go and n.ii.iill Hit. I'.A I'll ALL, tin P..:-.!o i lo.icli-n
All hit ciira-natiU-atiuo' and liiturrlaws k.0 ttrlctls
priMta and Kyifldcalial. Jfollml iwmaL
Width 2. Vir.il col.
'facts Ana ctonfionif thwi.j
ll"ar what the rhllalrlphiaeorreaponde-it shj.i In l!a)
fomiuunwealtL. WiluiiUKtoo, 'Dolawaio, vi.b of April,
1869:
An Englliih gsnfloman, formsrly eonntx-lsd with tin
BrUMi Army, and wltoatylsa lifms.-lf Ilia 'Kniidi Uo.
lanlc I'liyiiciiin,' tint of Utofitinislaiioilsiisitiirrpnia.
lion here hj lila akill iuciuingalliii'uintirnf colrll;.itila,
Boinoof hit patieuu I baia coarerit-d with, and thoy
prouonnco hta ronisilli's and inodu of trsatiusnt as v.-ry
luperlor. Soma havo tsion rfstort-d aa If hy magic. TUt
ntsliclnt he used It Uittillod ty himself fruui various
herhs pisiieaiinfr rare curative proertl'-e.
" While acting In the army ho ilcvoM lilt telinrt
nometitt to a thorough atmlT of the vlTi'rta pnslnced hy
osrtaln miHliclnsI roots and uerht oa all manner of dlt
eajwt. It ttwnia he hits foniiil a sum and spordy rsraody
fur all the 'lilt that Dmh la heir lo.' Ills pnu-tlce is
alriuuly extensive, and Is daily incri-aslni.. la the cim
piaiuls lo which fciualet are snlO'-cttd he bs nn equal,
as a larjce Dumber here have teHtilied that they owe not
uly thulr present rood henltb, hut thtlr livas, to tin
kill of Hill kiuglish Uutsulc Physician." II It olllcv is al
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
CINCINNATI
1YIOIU3 GOOD NEWS!
from man and reliable au
THORIT?.
The rtotsnlc Remedleeof Doctor Rnphaol, the Knellsb
flotsnio Physician, never fnih'd yet 10 make a perfect,
radical, aud pormauout euro of 'ALL
pRITfATE, SECRET, AND VENEREAL
DISEASES,
tVlthnnt the nae of Morcnry, without hindrance from
business, and without fmirof dlworery or exposure. No
duoilly poisons, such as arsenic, mix romk-a, opium, or
any other poisons. No mercury nor any deadly minerals
nnthiiiK hul purely Vcjntalilu Uotaoical ll'-m-l i.n are
nsud hy this wonderful Botanic Physician. Ills II .tuulo
lleinediet tievur yet failed to euro tho meet ol.st,!""'
and tho moot danieroas cases, and lo ri'tnoveall incrcury
and other Inipiirlllee from the system wliuu all other
Bemediet had failed. Medioat Jouruat.
GOOD NEWS FOR SINGLE MEN
CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE.
near what the Baltimore correapoiidmit of the Odt.
follow, D'Hinsboro', Maryland, iald ou Thursday, the dial
of May, ISMl:
" Niiini'rima curetof dlsenset cansnl hy early Indlnrro.
lion nsvitnr been performed by the KiiiiInIi ".dstilc 1'hy.
iIcIhii, I feet it my duty, havlngakuowlcdttaor them, In
Hate the fact, believing that in dolus so I may do a service
lotho siifferins;. Onecssnlll particuhir thatof ayoitli
iuaq III this city la worthy of nolo, lie had become tlie
rictini of a habit, the mere allusion to which cannea
ihudder.aiidarieryenraofBiitl'erliiKanddoctorinn nive up
11 hopse of recovery. Ho wished to many, and w-a
dearly Muted by m sweet a girl a evor lisped words
of aih.tinn lait lis was fewrlul, iwnrout, ar.d proHtrtl.
tie daml ot wf ' ol aecomt of the ahattivi d suite
Tt his ayalt 1. He sought nl;. i i lb" hands of the llo.
tmlc I'livst. l-n, aud, Mtonhdiint; n It may seem, all the
l..u.im and vii;or of youth has n-tiirnwl, aud ho is uow
.be hajijiy fatlwrof a pair of urlght uoya."
GLORIOUS NEWS FOR THE LADIE3
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL
DREN. Ilenr what the Cincinnati Weekly Press sayi on the 6tk
of Alarch, IWi:
We aro decidedly opposed lo dnifrt and to advertised
eeinedies fur the prevention of having children, but we
d it our duty to acknowledge a benefit from any and
ni every source when It Is for the relief of auirerlng
nimnity. A fact has come lo our knowledge that
ought In be promulgated and widely circulated for the
tieiielil of those ladies whose delicate health makes 11
necoMuiiry lo prevent any lucreiss of family.
About twelve months aP.er narrlage, a ludyof our aa.
ojuaiutance gave birth to a daughter, but her aufterings
were to great that her physicians despaired of hor recuv.
ery. This madoherdread the very thoughtsof againhe
coming a mother, biit tried every thing to prevent a
repetition of liereufTorlngs, but without succeeding. Two
years alter marriage tlie was again confined, but hertof
(rings Hereto great thai the child died, aud herown life
Was di'ipaircd of. 8he wat laid by her family physician
that if she had auy more children he reared her lite would
be tho furf-it. At all the remedies she haul tried before
bad failed, sue applied to the llotauio Phyalciau, llr
BAi'UAbL,
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
CINCINNATI,
FOlt II 13
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
Ills remedies had tho desired uu'cot; they not only pre.
vented her from having children, but they alio improved
her health. "To the hubs, all Till sus abs pubs."
The Uolanlo 1'hysician't remedies Cau bo recom
mended, because they are Innoceiil and safe. Ther
operate without causing sickness or exposure. They dt
not Interfere with ttie diet or occupation. They de
uot Injure IU Health, but ttiey are rlain In Iheii
fc M. MEIUUS, M. D.
Any who are snffiTlng.no matter what th-lr complaint,
can call 011 1 oe botanic pnysiciau counoeutlally. luoy
may rely upon relief. Ilia uMce Is at
NO. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
Betweeu tfycanwre Street and Broadway,
CINCINNATI.
Consultation dally, Sundays exi- ted. Office hours
mm K) A. ill. to ft clocU H HI.
tr Persons at a distance may communicate conn
nr.NTUi.Ly tiy letter, If tney Inclose ON K VOLLAB, for
Consultation Fee. In each letter All letters, communl.
sations, and Inlerriowa, are strictly private end cutuV
deutlal. No answer will be given to letters unless one
dollar It Inclosed at a Consultation Foe.
Address all lelteri ss Ibllows,
DR. RAPHAEL,
BOX No. 2463, POST OFFICE,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
CAOTION TO TUB PUBLIC.
tr. W. Raphael haa no connection with I'BOFF.SSOB
er Dr. W. M. ltaphael, or wuh auy other gcutleuiaa
of the saaie uajue. . .
r- Cut this advertisement out. When you eotne,
aring It with yoe and thow it to the girl who optu the
ioor. To prevent mistakes, ask to
SEE THE DOCTOR HilgSSLF.
"Width J. 1st col.
TREASURERS
NOTICE.
The Inn s of Ohio require that one hlf of
all the Taxes charged on the duplic ate be
paid on or before the SOth day of December
and the remainder ou.. or belore the 20th
day of June ensuing. Incase of default in
the December payment ol lax on Chattel
property, the vvhoie ol said Tax become due
and the treasurer is required to proceed by
District or otherwise, to collect ti e entire
Tax of the rear, with penalty of five per
centum and cost en collection. Real estnls
on which taxes remain unpaid for 1863,
will be sold the third Tuesday of January
next for such Unpaid Taxes anJ the entire
Taxes of 1864. The Booka are no in my
hands, to receive Taxes at the T easuters
oBice McArthur,
HENRY REYNOLDS,
Oct. 13.184B-.4w Treasurer V. Co.O
For Utank Deeds, talial
J this OFFICE and be Sappied.
dh; ROBACrS
ST01IACTX
kit tot
TO BE EXCELLED,'
alt
BTOMJk,Clridj!
an
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vemeiVvoX otcvA a. VjctvX
Yvcrfvtxov Wve, v-wv.
wvvvc ve,c-e- aw atVvcXe
8ovacv 1&veYft, viCvctx, $
crtA al - tox.w tvei
'Bilious Fever,
yever and jigue,
Liver Complaint,
(Dyspepsia,
Indigestion,
Jaundice,
Kidney Complaints ' .
dA o t.4o.Ai a tAvcvv
ac c,ovo- ttvffc 0.w
ixvc vtvaXwC Vicm
"Of. "RoWcV
W tcii vtaxv,ft 8oat
0k Comott
avv vwoXic Ltv5- cwovyA,.
cx.vtY, TkcvLmoAv(.,
T7ies fitters art put up frv quart
"bottles, of xvhioh the above is a ao-atrrv
ile. Ths label is finely engraved, and
is provided, with a safe-guard from
mnterfeiters. (Prioa $1 per bottle, or
tU for $5.
O. Tf. Jfobaofc, Proprietor, Jfo. S
Eami Fourth St., Cinoinnati, ta Uihem
all orders should, be addressed.
FOR SALE BY
S. V. 1-iing , caiilnir i owderr V
Strong, Hdinden C.Johnston, New Fly.
month ; ill & Uo., Zaleski; John Hoi'an
Swan; M P. & O. Ctrr, VVilks7ille anda
DruKKists and Mertliantt eeperall .throitab.
out the United States and Canad 1.
October 29th, 1863, -lyr. :
LEOF REAL EST ATJE. .
lit URDEIl OF I'ROBATE COUET
Stale of Ohio. Vinton County,
i will oiUt at public aalo. at the door b if th
Court llou-.tin tho Town of 11c Arthur, Vintoa
cosnty,Ohio,on
' Snittr-doy ie 29A dity of Ockler 1864, '
At two o'clock, P.M.. to the highost biddar.
tho f'dluwinir real estate, aa th. property of
William A. Johnston deceased, to-wil: In-Ut
number seven, (T.) in the Town of McArthnr,
in tb 6'ountj of Vinton, and Stato of Ohio.fr
of dower.
A ppraisod at four hundred and fifty dollars.
(1450,).
Terms of sale, one third cash In hand, on
tlilrd in six months, and one third in twelve
months, Detered payments to be seen red by
mortgage on tlie pron.ises, with interest oa
payments from day of sale. ,.
SAMUEL C. CASE, Adrn'f
8apt. 29-64 4w. of Wm. A.. 1 phaeton deo. .
DAVID CUEOOKY'S ESTATE
tit
Calvin Gregory, . Eiecutor af the EaUUiof
David Gregory deceased, ba filed bis acconnti
and vouchers for inspection and par tial settle
mont and that the same will be for hearing oa
the 20 Ji day of Kovornhcr 18(14.
KICHARD CBAIO. A "
No?. 3, 13ii4-3ir Probate Jndga.
Justices Blanks
for Sale at the DEMOCRAT Office,'

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