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The JlcArliur Democrat
mcuL OK0AN ur vintoncocnty.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT
FOR LEGAL NOTICES SEE FOURTH PAGE
U 1ra IWAB TO WIALTH, IK TO ADYiaTlel
wiMNriiiii. TERMS, PAT IN D VANCE.
Mokit Wartkd We Lope "our
ftkiids !o are inJtb'ed to us will
Brf bt backward iD payiofj what the;
w ns. In our absence, Mrs. Brat
ti will receipt, for the enrrip. V .
Jf loo artfSicK.CHll at Dr. Condee'a
MhDrog Store and geta preecription.
An otincu ot preventative is worth a
tuid of cure, many a long ipcll of
ickness has been prevented, hy ta
king pioper remedies in time,
Lf.dgrh TmTTmuJijby! We are
twifinkr AiihsciiptiotiB for the Ledger
and Mercury ut the lowest prices at
IlilQ VeU V W aw www w ww r
cnbe. " ' .
nCf"ilo Ninth National Hank of
' the City of New i'ork Joeepli D.
Orvia, I'tesident has been one ol
(he uioet enterprising and successful
HgentB lor the various Government
lians Over tiity million dollar
t . l. l i ; - l. l 1 - -i ii..
lmvo ui;uu jjiii;uu in inn ijuuub ui mc
jitiople through its agency within uine
luoiuhs, and it now advertises to fur
nish the 7-30 iiutue by express, free
ofelmrgo, in ell parts of the country.
Its cl'juct is patriotic, and the high
'reputation ot its ifGcers, as well as
it capital ol a .m.illiu:i dollnrs, is a
Hure guarantee that tlie 7 33s subscri
be tor thriu;li its agency will be
jiixniptly forwarded.
tO'Oid Abo Iihs se nt an autograph
letter to (jairiS'iii, the man who kept
for a inutto at the head of his paper
t'lmt 4,tuo Cunelitution was a league
with bell and a covenant with death. "
lteeetns that Garrison sent hiui a
painting entitled ''Waiting for the
Jijnr," the hour of January 1st, 18G3.
wuii tlte Emancipation Proclama
tion wab itts aid. (J. A. replied as
lo! low's:
EXECUTIVE MANSION.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7, 1865.
My Dkau Mr. (Jaruhox I have
your kiud letter the 21 tit of Jauua
ry, and can only beg that yuu will
puruou i no twining ue()uci occasion
ed hy uiy constant enguguraeuts.
When 1 rccuivud the spirited and
admirable painting, " Waiting lor
the Hour," 1 directed my secretary
not to acknowledge its arrival at
once, preferring to make any personal
acknowledgment ol the thoughtful
kindness ut' the donors; and waiting
lor some leisure hour, 1 have commit
ted the discourtesy of not replying at
all. ' I hope you will believe- that my
thanks, though late,' are most conUal,
and 1 request that yon will cuuvey
itietii to tu'jse asociaieu witti you hi
this flattering aud generous gif'. 1
truly, friend and serv
A. LINCOLN.
WM. LLOYD GARRISON, Esq.
As the Constitution is now chang
e to suit Garrison's views, he ia, of
coarse, very loyal, and the I'resideiit
of the United States calls the hoary
headed old traitor "My Dear Garri
Day Book.
"Loyal" Represèntatives on
a Bust.
Tba Columbus correspondent of
onu of tho Cincinnati dailies thus de
Biribes a recent scene in the llall of
the- Ilonse of representatives;
A diszraceful scone occurred in the
Uousa Febr-uary 22d- ; The ed
.1 ci. . f I I:
, pears to have taken tho patriotic duty
of mlorminz the Legislature ot the
contents of all the . dispatches that
' paper receives, rushed into tho Hall
of the House in a frantic manner,
and had a dispatch read announcing
the capture ot Charleston, burning ot
the cUy, and the killing of a large
number ot women. and children by an
eiplobionv- Whether the capture or
the 'burning' of tbo city, or the killing
. of the women and children was the
immediate canse of what followed, it
is difficult to determine; but certain
: it is, that the wording of the dispatch
eeemed tq have a very extraordinary
: enect upon some ot tho loyal mem-
, bers., They jumped upon their feet
--and bowled,-aud 'stamped like frantic
rioterj m' a, mob, ; A "resolution re
ttuetiqgte GfevxtDOr to fire a salute
, P( 100 guns was offered and adopted.
w'jyYH1! Rftl Eqjree adjourned, several
nndign bed members immediately
. called opiMl)abcock, of Cleve
larcj. lor'J.obn,,, Brown," and that
magnificent1 vodattst sang the ribald
abplitiOTjarthem-jCpmmeqcing-' Jobn
BAfwh'B'Doay lieV a ; ufonldering in
; tbe'igraTa,' apdhe Abolition mem-
jMra, joined Uk the chorus. : These
, proceedings d. the effect of clearing
the ball gfaUtbejadiea present, and
all tbe members whose sense of pro
priety was not entirely lost, and who
could not tolerate each a disgusting
xhibition ot fanatical fremy.
MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
PORTSMOUTH 'LRANCI1.
fXti and aftor Thursday, Tebruary 15, Mi,
J regular I'aeaengur iraiui will run in con
nection with tlia Train on main lint between
Portsmouth and Cincinnati, a followa:
. Leavee PorUmouth at 8:11 A. M., arrive at
I'ioneer, at 9:35A.M.; arrives at Portland at
10:04 A.M.; arrives ta Jackson at 10:57a. M.;
arrives at rlamden at 11:80 A.M.; arivea at Ciu
cini.utUt 5:''5 I'.M.J
Leaves Oincinnati at 8:30 A.M. J leave Ham
den at 3:00 P.M.; arrives at Jucunon at 8:54 P
M.J arrive at Portland at 4:41 P.M.; arriveatt
Pioneer tit 4:50 P.M.; arrives at Portaniouih at
8:10 P.M. ' , ., :
Accommodation Train departa from Port
niMith at l:4i P.M.; anivw ; Pioneer at i-t
and dcDurta at 4:5n; arrive .it -la-lton at A:r4
and llumdcn.kt Hcpnrtr :4' .M ; ar
rive'ttt .Jaclcon ut 7:3.; tirii vh ut Pioneer at
'.'15; and arrivon at Pnrfm'ii'lnit 11 :48.
Through Ticket to ntwinnnif can be obtain
d at Pojtnnutli, Poftliind. aii'l Jackson, at
iktuUuwii.g ralen:
I'ortamoulh to Ciiicitniii'.i, 11.00
Portland " ilu f 4u0
JaokD ; .I
ROUND TRIP TICKETS.
'Krom PerUmnulli to Cincinnati ami return
.0n Tlckotafrom Portrmi.u.h to Muriefa
and Parkmburg, 3.00.
Jt'lIN IlUi;AND,Sup't
R. W. QUAHE. Assi.'i Snu't
tt. ii.)ih 1804-ljr.
SALE OF HEAL IXTATE KV OH
iEit of i'koi:vi i; ronti.
Tin Mate of Ohio, V.nUn County :
Juteph Wilccx. Admr f )
tiunn Alexander, dee'd Pl'iff. I An order
. V8. fofnule.
Pamh Ainarder ct. ol.. Pcf'tn. J
Kotke if fcrebv fiun tliut I will off?r for
' public lo, on tbu prcmicMti Hichland town
ahlp, Vinton county, Ohio, on
S-ttuidiy, March 18i, 18C5.
netweon the honm of Itl o'clock a. M. and 4
o'clock p. M.of imiddity, to tho hi(rl,ot bklcler.
" "B "inic Minawn in tfind vm-
ton ciunty , us fie pmp ,rty r Snan Alexan
der, deceased, Into of nld Vintnn imiuiiIv, to
wittCoinnioneiacatthuennth w,t .rner of
ciiou n;. ruber nine, in township Dumber
ine, of range number elirh'een; t.tenco nortli
ninoty-ono r..d, thence unst thlrM-fonr rods,
thence aoutli iiinetF-one rod, thflnco w8t
ihirty-foitr rode to the place ol'ioini,Dr,con
Uininj tsonty acres. Appruiwd ut oue hun
dred and twenty-flve ilollurs.
TKUiiaor SaiLl: "OHo-iliiM cn'h In Vand,
ono tlnrd in nix mouth and ono-lhitd in
twelve months; defetreupayiiiviitN to be mcur
by nior'(rii(re on pitniiso, with interest from
duy ol num.
JOSEPH Wll,mx Adm'r
Siissii .'llxendrldeo'd
Biatton Att'y forPlt'ff.
Fab. M,'iii4w.
NOTICE.
Ilenrj B. Lucy, who msMd in t1a City of
'Vshingtoa,ia tio Uistrict of Co u nbia, and
(jcorg W. UollunJ. whore place of residence
is unknown, will ts!:e notice that Mary llol
lunil, Adininistriitiix o!' the estate of Leonurd
Holland, doceasuj, on ihe l.'nh day of Febrttu
ry, A. D. lSiii, filed her petition in tho Pro
bata Court within und fur tho county of Vin
ton, and Suie of Oiiio, ul k-i;ii:if tl.ut ilio por
Honul cstnto of puiil decedent in iiiKUtHciunt to
j'liy liirt debts and the churiNM of administering
his cstutu: ihit ho dijd seii.;d in leo simple ol
the fulowuitf1 du.4Cribod real estate situate in
mid county, to-vlt: ln-lnt number one hun
drud and eixty one ilKl ae U. Minuted und
nnmbored on (ho rconrded plat of Uio town of
Me Arthur, that Murtha A. Holland. Uttorgo W
Uollund, Charles W. Holland, E Vur II. IIol
U nd, Helen C. Uollund, lluUic K. Holland and
Titiey Holland, us hid lioirs ut law, hold the
next e.-tnte of inheritance therein, uud that
said Henry B.Litxy lioldsa iiiortjtae on auid
premisej, i no prayer or oniil petition is tar
i he solo of raid premises, free Irom don er.
lor the payment ot tlu debts uud charges ufo re-
said, Hiiid potition will bo for hearing ou the
jow. uaroi .u arc ii, a. 11. iiii, or ua aoou
thercul'ter as counsel can bo heard.
MAKY HOLLAND, Adm'x
.of Leonard Holland, dee'd
CoNSTAnr.E A Bkivil Atty'8 plt'lf.
Kcb.1T '85-6W.
LEGAL NOTICE.
HIE STATB OF OHIO, VINTON COUNT!,1
IN PKUBATE COUKT.
Joseph Wilcox adm. Pltff. 1
of buBan Alexander Doo I Petition to
uguintt ( Soil Realty
Sarah Alexandei et nl Deit. J
ZacarialiT.Alexanderdelendont non rosiddot
of tlio State of Ohio, whoie residence Is un
known, and one of the Aoiixut law of Suan
Alexnndct deceased. Will take notice that
Joseph Wilcox adminiairaUsr of the ICnta a of
Susan Alexander deceased,' (n trie yih day of
November 1SGI, filed hi petition In tho Pro
bate Court within and fur the County of Vin
ton State of Ohio, allesrim 'liat the personal
estate ut snid diceaecd is inuHioiant to pay her
depte and tho charges of a Iminiftering bur
eatutejthat alio diod oized in fee Rimpleof the
followlur described realoxlate hiuiatcd in paid
county ot Vinton; to wit: Commeiicing ut the
south weft corner of section number nine, (9,)
iin township number nino, (9,) of rsnge num
bereithteen, (13,) thence uorih ninoty one
roJ, thence east thirty four rods, thence
eonth ninty-one rods, theme west thirty-four
rods to the place of beginning, containing
twenty acres more or less,- and that Sarah,
Zacariah TRebecca . and John W. Alexander
as her heirn at law, hold the nx'. estato of
Inheritance therein.
The prayer of said petition is for the sale of
said premises, jor the payment ot tne dents
and charms aforesa'.d, said petition wilt be ler
bearing on the 10th day of I ecember 1664, or
a4 soon after ns couacel can ne noara.
Nov.l7-4-4w JOSKPH Wll.tTJX,
K. A.Buatton, Atty Adin. Susan Ilex-
lor retitio auair aeceasea.
SALE OF HEAL ESTATE.
BY ORDER OF PROBfiTE COURT.
Slae of. Ohio Vinton County.,
ON 8'urdy tho 26th day of March 1SS5,
atone o'clock P. M., in tho afternoon, on
thepremtses in (he county of Vinton and State
of Ohio, will bo sold to the highest bidder the
touowinzTeal estate, aa the property of birneon
Dixon deceaeod. to-wit: The north east half
of the nortli west quarter, and the north west
qnarferotthe northwest qnarter of section
number five, (8, lin Township nnmber nine,
(.)ot liange number nineteen, (19,) contain
ing ninety-two aores more or less.
Appraised at Seventv-nlnn dollars ' i :
. TEKilES of sale, one thiri oasb In hand, one
third in Sis month and ;e residue iu Tw elve
months, Defered payments to bear Intereet
from the day of sale, and to be secured by
mengage on aaia premiees.
- HIMOM P; ntTOW. -. ;
reb.28,1846-4w Adm'r of Simeon Dixon dec.
NOTICE.
John Stereos Admlntslrater of the Bit ate of
Samuel Walker lata ef the Guaty of Vinton and
8tate of Ohio, deceased: haa filed hla account
and vouchers for inspeoteon and lineal settle
ment ana mat tne sane will oe passed upon on
the3(h, day of January A. D. 1365
A KILIUAKU (JKAIU,
Deo. SStb A. D. 1864 8 w. ProbaU Judge
For Blank Deeds. Call at
tail OFFICE and ba Sappitd.
Dh. ROBACK'a i
STOMii.Cn
BITTERS
. A11V0T
TO BE EXCELLED
Hi
BTOMXCJJIO
an
Jlegzclator
or Tt
DICESTIT0RGAW.:
v Vvtvt o,w VmV a
SXowvatVv 'SvWVrt. vVCve,V
asv a Xttftt Vvwvt at
JJilioiCa Fever,
"ever and jlgue,
Liver Complaint,
(Dysjpej?8ia,
Indigestion,
Jaundice,
Kidney Complaints
ivtaA o. dttatt a vvv.
art cowv.oti, tte avfit
lVJvcv wvot- Wvtuv
a, rtov wvatv vtvaw
ate c.- AtVv wvaw 89at
Stomach BVlet
27ies itter art put up in quart
lotdes, of whioh 1h above is a o-i7Tv-il.
The label i finely engraved, and
i provided vrtth a eafrguard rom
ourvtereilert. (Priae $1 per bottle, m
Am fonts.
C. W. ifobaofc, Proprietor, JJo. i
Jtaat fourth Bt., Ciiiarw.ti, to wheel
all atdtre aouli be addressed.
FOB SALE B7
SHERIFF'S BALE.
Slate of Ohio, Vinion County.
J. B. Kimball A Co. Pltffsl In Court of .
against Common Pleaa
WiUinm lliy. Deft. J, On Exeoutioai
PURSTJA'NTioth commond of an order of
aale in the abeve cause to me directed frorm.
the Court of Common Pleaa, of the aforesaid
county of Vinton, I will otfor at public aula at
the door of tbe Court House, in the town of
Mo4.rthur.inthe aforesaid county of Vinton on
'Saturday the ith day of Marck 1883
at the hour of one o'clock, P. VI.: of aald day,
tho foilowingproporty, to-wit: The south west
quarter of the toutU-eost quarter, and the north
east qnarter ol the south-east qnarter, and the
south east qnarter of the sontb-east qnarter,
of eection number twenty-flve, (25.) in Town
ship number ten,(JC,) of Range number nine
teen, (19,) also, the north-west quarter of
the north-east ' quarter, and the north-east
quarter, of the north-east qnarter of &eotion
number thirty six, (36,) in Township and
Range aforsaid Containing Two hundred aores.
Taken aa the property of William Ray. to
satisfy a judgment in favor of J. B. Kimball A
Co. . ,
Appraised - at Two thonsi.nd dollars, ana
must bring two-thirds of that sum.
TERMS OF SALE.caah in hand.
MoCliktice A Smith . J. J.8UOCKEY,
Att.e for Pltff. Bhff. V. Co. O.
February 8nd 5 '
wm
1 f J
NOTICE.
Lemuel Clark Onardian of Georpe T. Atkin
son has filed his acoounts and vonoaers for in
SDection and Anal settlement and that the
same will be for hearing on the 13th day of
March 1595. C'KAIU
Feb. 23rd 1365-8-f Probate Judge
NOTICE.
Tho undersigned haa been duly appointed and
qualified administrator ofihe estate of W.
H. Long, lateo'VkitoBcennly, Ohio, deoeaaed.
inoae aaving otaima against !:e estate win
present them to the nnderaiimed for allowance.
(1CORGE L. WILL.
V.b. 23,W:-Cw.
-47-K-4
t - . :
'HULBEHTS
Dr. A.''
lltivii-ff I nrtbueed tl.e ln s tHaliirl 11 1 i.t if D.Vte 'n'il I'liil'i"
and ail'lcJ h new HH1 eoniiil(;tcL
,tu i low es pi .ce 01 1
DRflGS, CHEMICALS. I
PA1MS,
Ul S,
LVE
A STIFFS,
5 itiuiimv,
Y
HAIK, PAINT, WASH
t
FINE 1858
WINES AHD LIQUCRS
of a'l il.'ttriptiom for Medical jiarpoeea . ..
CiLASS.
INKS.
LAMPS.
WHITE
nnd everything else in Uie URUQ
tt u uiiti
OiNLY.
Dr. DYE will nttunl tf tho nccurate "com pound' na: of all Mcli-
cinee or Prencripii. iis, dny or niplit. IIo may ln '""i d -it tlu Din i
Storoor at K.tlera hotel at all hours. Give uf ft call and vo warrant
satislHCtion. ' v
Jaly 23th 18(11.- Dr.A.CONDFE. Z
4- -C-
mm ran
COKNER.
plj ll.ntlu, ou".d lull ut'.u.tiuii l
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1
AND CAMEL I1A11(
t
BRANDY,
LEAD.
CIGARS.
TOUAOCO
SNUFF
line nt Cincinnati rutail i'RIC
n A C TT
i3cu iui wioiin1
NOTICE. LEGAL NOTICE.
State of Ohio Vinton County
John D. Quinn.of Pittsburgh, in the State
of Ponnsylaniu, will take notice that Alary
T1.,H AV1... t't.nt i.fVlrtn Ii. ,1a fi,..,a
of Ohio, did on tho 24th day of Docomher, A.D
file her Petition iu the Court of Common
Plena within and for said Couuly, ofVictmi,
and State of Ohio, against the suid John D.
H'linn, and Alice Quinn, Uornnrd Quin.i,
James Qulnn.' Cstharine (juinn, Patrick II.
Qninn, Almond Soule Jr. aud Martin Lotfiath
aet'endants, setting forth that about May A. D.
ISJ'.I. Kbniier Li.aon the husbiiiid of the suid
Mary I.is'on, purchased from Putrick yuinn,
among others the followiiiir tisct of li.ni,to wit
Rcifl nuii.g HO polcsaud 7 links nortli from the
south est corner tf Section number ten town
ship eieht run (ro sixUen in the Ohio company
purchatie thence north one (cgrce and six
minuWii ef V 8 1 poles and 18 links; thence
noith 70 degiee metl i9 poles and S liuks,
S"uli 1 3 ti itiin. west 45 o,olcs and ID links thouo
3 sonh.70 dVgrees eat 9 polos and 8 links to
tbe place of beninning..- Tliut on the 'Hi day
of May A. I). 1S?0. the .aid Pat lick tjtiinu ard
Alice Quinn his wife; executed a deed of that
date fosaid Ebeneier .Lirton for asid Inn i ,
t. DHi'iv flin nmN Vint. IliHtflirn
In'VUlllK w...
Viaij mistako' t said di ed it Jhi that in' ,ud
Of uescrining ne iDivf inn, is, i iu'wri'Aun lmi'
laiidsastollowing to, wit; Heiuui;ig 170 polos
und 7 link. north of tie 'ouih et. rnriicr of
hesectioil'townshipand range nfi'rtnid, thnce
north one degree minntn eu-t S poles and
IS links, thonce west 20 mintitM north M polo
and S links, thi-nce ninth ono degree and six
minute wett S4 poles and 18 links, thence east
SO mi nut south 169polea aid 8 links to the
place of beninning. And aiio, that, by the
fast will of the said Ebeneior Liston, tbs
piaimin oeoonie urn u.viui. iwnoi m .mum -first
above described, and that she his old said j
lands to tho asm Aimona rwraies jr aiin oiarviu
McGratb and praying that. In order to qui' the
title to said lands, tho aid dufendnnts Alico
Quinn, John I). Quin. Bernard Qninn, James
Quinn, Catharine Quinn, Patrick II, Quinn, bv
ordored to a execute deed for the same to the
suid Almond Soulos, end Martin McOrath and
tfitt, in default ti.ero of said order shall operate
as such deed, and also, that 'judgment be
rendersd against the said doiendunte Alice
Quinn, John D. Quinn, Barnard Quinn, J. moj
Quinn, Catharine Qninn, and Patrick II. Quinu.
and in fsvor of the claintiff for her costs herein
and for other relief. . And the aaid John D.
Quidtt is notified that he is required to appear
and an wer said petition on or before the third
Saerday alter .the 11 day of March A. D.
18.
Jan. 3th. 1365. 6w Mnry Liston. -
D. B. Shivcl her Alty.
NOTICE.
Bobsrt Clark' Guardian of John Fee Jr. an
insane peraon has flied his account and vouoh
erafor inspection and partial settlement, an
that the same will be passed upon on tha 80th
day of January 1865. RICHARD CRAM
: Des.Si5th im.-3w. Probate Judge
NOTICE.
Malinda Sharp Administratrix of the estate
of Caleb Sharp late of the County of Vinton,
and 8late of C-hio, Jeeeaaod, has filed her acr
coonU and : voncheie for inspection and final
cUlernent,nnd that the same will be for hear
ing on tho llih day of February 18I.5.
f , RICHARD CRAW,
Jan'y Utnl8-Sir
NOTICE.
Hiram Newton Guardiati of Alya C. Newton
ha filed his accounts and vouchers for isnpeo
tion and final settlement and that the same
will be for herring on the th day of Februa
ry 185. RICHARD CRAIG,
Feb. 2, 1865, 8w Probate Judge
FRESH CAN FRUIT.
TilNE-APPLS,,'s.8tiswberries,Blaek
.17 berrys Gree Psas Jnat reeelved aid fr
tala at the Prr.,; Slow of .
Pr. l.nMra.
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
ON and after Monday, Ooloher31 1861, and
u ii ti 11 further notice, trains will run. us fol
io we: . . '
MAIL GOING KAST,
leivs Cincinnati ut 7:40 A. M.: Leaves Love
and, nt 8:M A. M.; arrives at .Chillicothe at
ni 'xi t M l n,:ii:..,..i. . io.u h m .
leaves lluiudon Jnnvliou at 'J:1S P. .M.i leaves
. ... f 1 If . I t 1 I . .. .,
men rimir. i t-ot i . jl.j jeuvus ioiiioki, at J i
P. .Nl., loaves Athens nt 4:1:1 P.M. Arrlvet
it Muriettu ut fl ifiTi V. M.! utiij. I'::rl.nrKa
burg otT :00 P.M.
MAIL GOING WEST.
T.nnves Pnfl'ftrshnrff. at 7:4ll A 'M InuvA Mnn.
ietta at 7.45 A.M.; leaves Athena at. 10:31 A.
M.; loavos Znleskir 11:45 A. M.: leaves lie Ar
mor, (i:ii) r. m., riamocn Junction al iz:a
A.M. Arrives at, Ohillicothe at :bi P.M.;
r r..:tiiA..i.a ... o.iq i f . i. .......
land nt R:5d P. M.; arrives at Citiclnnaili ar
700 P.M.
Zalei'kl Freight cary'riir rai-songers, parses
McArthur going East ul d.iO A. M.J goii:g
West a', 2:84 P.M.
The Accnmmodatloii Truin Leaves Chillicnthe '
st b-.'iO A.M.; urrives at Clncinniitti at 10:25 A.
M.;lcsves t'oncinnsti at 8:80 P. M.; iirrlvcsiit
Ciillicothe at 8:50 P.M.
Com ections are maue at Lovciund wi'li-Triau-
to and from Columbus; "d nt limmlen
Jutitliou with Iruini lo and frcin i'lirthinuutu
JOHN DUUAND, Sup't.
A LECTUME
to
YOUNG MEN.
JfST PtUtIriF.I)l A StALII) ESVSLOI'S.
Pkicb S'ix i'nis. ...
A Lfctureon tke Nature, Treatment aad
Rddiral Cure of SMrniaiirrhnta' tir S-mi -nal
Wcuknesi!, In volun try Kmir-siorii. SeX-'
ual Debility, and and Impediment t JIIr
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Justices Blanks
LET TKE AFFLICTED READ!
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Ami Wra tVal a imM al wwnarts
. t4 (tiaraitwl lo all Im re ailMM wttti mwa
SabiatJ, Brous anptatsu, uioUac')!; tliouftta, r.
TMeita ot ablriis, 4ijlrM sod H'f a r mJsd. InM tt
I Ban ( rowlh, wullof wij, and a waa.of raUua la
( tlMsuelm, ralailia Sit, mi aUlM tMaSUafh tape
j tM aait iitfM ul lift. .
nEARWHAtTHSPtSWCAtPRMS
:' ' 'SAfS., '; !- .
Horte phjftemm irqnlr to b Ut n atr of yea
itwoM II,. IK'U.lell 1WTAN10 PHISICIAX iom
wrt. IIiirfN;iknoitlilnof ltihaimniysMra MiaShe
klm lo ilw rtt IhoitlmM wltliout any iufuf fma
th pticn'iSilla iuorlglnalcaua,and lo(ofntM
tf nura. AuJ, what Ii aioro v.duable ittll, hs wUl an
r O't fnnkly ti lt hrtlwr VM ma to oaves or aot.
Tbli' JiMfrroer mia4, aad rou wppnat, tia.
lrr.nl.!., awl Uusj.pulnlniciit. It vlu I U bmsm tf
wvinf joe mituy a eollsf : It ftl saw Jan kahfc,
and, I.k1 it briierthui all, It will M juur Uk trwa
Ulnk(jrioiwd l wrong mlnwct.
Ill, ruujiuliona art made wiilwdt any MbnMtloei
1 from puilont ; tliTalura ka tliuronnlity vniUnutade
lawir Pkynualccailiilnuaiid rhronii;i' nl vol i)mcnl,
williout liiL-h lia ai-vor could lir prrnrmwl ao many
wtunihlnt cure. It almtild b nii-ailiri-4 Ihai Ihia
Biilanlo rbyalcliio rtorui tiirw thoiulil Iinpoaallil.
If on liAve trM olhara and nt uo rtlhrf, If yen wlak ta
ijiivfl liwllh and Imia lib, Uj are aiM, yea IU
i.iaiil rmanrt UR. HAIUAKI.,Ui llvtiuiic Piiyatvlak
All hit njminnukaiiona and tolrxviawt airlctlf
frlvala and eonadufillal. jfaa'mfVoanai. ,
Width J. r'irat col. r
TACTS ARB STUBBORN THIIfOS!
Ilfur wliat fha Pliihidplrdiia rormpoodaat aaya la llaf
I . Tiruonariwltli. UiluiiuKloa, Hoiaarara, tta af AurlL
A u Krigllah a ntlaman, amffy eonaactad with taa)
rrllnh Army, and wknatyta himaririh ' KnalUu De
lanle rkyaiciau,' b;ia of lutai ra'm'd an axteuaira -pufa
lion km by bit "kill In curing all nmnfMroreomjiliiiuta.
8.inr'f lil patlvult I ham ounrnrand wild, and Ib.y
lnh uacm lua t-'Bodu-a and Dixla of lriitiuaut M ry
miMriir. 8uiu'i lumn rmtorrd an If by nrarln. ' The
uialMiia ha Rod la dUtlllc l Ly hlmatlf (ruiu varioue
karlia niwra!''3 .urecurama proparttaa.
Wbila ai tl"g In tlia army ha di-Vntat hla Ithanj
Binin.ni to n ll.i.runh atndy of Ilia a ftVrta arodaced bf
nartain madicimii root m.-i ImrtiauaAll mnmiarof die
enM. It mint li Iih f.iuid a aura and ariardy rcnwib
for all tba flla that tti-uli la heir lo.' Hla pranlira 1
alreaily aitenaWa, aad la lUily iiiflivaalui. Ju tba obi.
pUilita to whirli fviuali-a ana iilijiTtvd lia haa no equal,
aa a large number her Imva (tHtlftHl that tliay oww uol
only tlilr prearnl gnod Ltraliti, but tliair livta, le tha
(killof lluhii(luli UoUnio Pbyaiclau." lliauilloaia
No. 69 EAST FIFTH STREET,
CINCINNATI
' MORE GOOD NEWS! ! 1
FROM HIGH Arm RELIABLE AC
TUURITT. . ,
Tba nmanlc Ramadlea of Doctor ltapliaat,
Rutanic Pliyaiaian, ni iar (nlM yil to nmka a parfaci,
radical, uud uarinauvut cur of ALL
PRIVATE ECRET,ANSYlt3EREAI.
DISEASES. ...
Without tlx it: of Mercury ".hoiit hlp lraoo (rnia
-ualitiaa. and wiOiout fenrof 'I ef"rt or iioatira. Ho
-loaclly wUnna, audi aa anwn , r.'X vn i , opium, or
anyotliar poiiwua. fonirvi;ynranv '.lly minvniia
nutlilna but puraly Vageliilih 11 u.iniii Hirupdiva ana
naed by tniawondorfiil Boianio t'aft'. -itu. 111! Botanie
Rropillaa raver ytt failad to rule the moat abatiuate
and the mnat danicaroiia caaua, and to remnva uil uiorrury
and oth'T inipnritlaa fnnn the ayatrni wbeu all albo
RomediM had tailed. JfaiUeol Jvmnat. . ,i
GOOD NEWS FOR SINGLE MEN
CONTEMPLATING HIARRXB 3E.
' tlcar wlmt Ihe Baltlmora eorreannndant f tba 0d.
(illo, Doonauoro', taitrjruuid,Ktld ou llwili, tbe Slat
ot HaJ, Sti):
ItiiiiKMiia fiiiwnf dlswuea raiHol hy early IrrVifn.
tion nurinpr bran pwrfumiad by thu ij((IIkIi Bolaiilr Phy
air-Liu, I fml it my duty, having a kuovlvily;oiif llnmi. to
atata tho fact, bellevlnn that Induinrao I may da a wrrlca
to the inlTiirlii. Oua cam In particular thatuf ayouni
mud in tula city la worthy ol uuto. lie nau uectun ii,
victim of a hnlilt, the mere allnalnn to wlit. h cauaaa
liuililr,andafleryriorutfi'rlnKaliddiK-tiirlu(ca'iiaa
all hnpaa of recovery. Ua lined to marry, and w
dearly bekirad hy aa tweet a a,r lul' wor
f aUectlon iwt (a wni iaarral, ifon,and proatrau
Ua aured .a ' ' OL aeoenat ef ilie ahattered ata
af ale ayata . He aonfhl relief at tlw bauda of tha H
laaie Pbyai. as , and, aatiUhililuK aa it niajr aaeai, all ti
Vkiiu and vixor ot yostk baa rnturniai. and be la ao
.be happy fiiilier of a pair of brlflit boya."
aieuetnt Htma TOR THE LADIEr
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CUU
. . ' DREN.
TT-ar what the CtUVlUhatl TTeekly PreM aaya " tha at
af March, UH2:
Wa aro decidedly opposed to drnaa and to adrartlaaa
eamedlM for tha preanntlon ef having children, but wa
4 It onr duty to acknowledge a beueril from any aD I
hi every tource when it li for tlia relief of iiilfrrln
.amanity. A feel haa oom te our knowledi tb..a
ought to be promulgated ed widely circulated for ti e
bauuflt of tuoaa Udlea whom delkiat health attakea it
oaceaaary to prevent any Incmae of family.
Abont twelve monthe after rrla,a ladyof onr a.
qiiaJntance gave bMh to a daughter, but heraullerliiK
were ao great tliat her physldaai deapalred of her recov
ery. Tbia made her dread th very UioiaihtaofeKaia In
coming a nother. Blia tried every thing to prevent
repelitioDOfheranlTerloga, butwIiaonttiieceMlug. T
yeara after marrluge aha waa auln eonrltied, but her aut.
fcrlnaa were ao great thnt tba child died, and her own Ilea)
waa ilea paired of. 8he waa toid by her family phyaiciaa
that If he had any morechildreo he feared her lit would
bo tha forfeit. Aa all Uie minedlee the had tried, bofiua
had tilled, aha applied to tba lloWillo I'l'iiciau, lw
BAPUAEIi,
No. 69 EAST FIFTH STREET.
' (SNCINNAT!,
von nis :
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
Uia reiueillea had tha dcelrud eiinct ; they not only pre
vented her from having children, but they aleo improve
ker health. "To Tea run, all THinne aaa real."
.' The BotantO Phynlclan'a runedict can be rerom.
mended, becauM- Uwf ava innacatil and tafe. Ther
.enarue without causing lirkneia) or exaoaure. Thay da
' aot Interfere with the diet or oeeuptiOB. They da
act Injure the aeaiio, but the are certain In their
.tfeelr,: . . , J: P4JIC0ST, M. U.
-I.-; .1 ' ( U. UEIUOS, M. U.
-1 Ao7hoareirIarinc.aonmttcrkattlalrcoDiplalB,
can call on tne Botanic Pnyinan conndeulifllly. Ty
atay rely upon reiki Hit otic ii at
NO. 69 EAST FIFTH STREET,
. BetMU Sycamore Street and Broadway
CINCINNATI.
Coamltatlon dally, Similava eicade4. OSoa aoriie
Vnm 141 A. 91. la A aVlaek I Q.
af Peraona at dialance nay cemmnnleaut eoan
ustulli by letter, If tney Inelea ON It DOLLAR, to
Ooumllation Fee. la each taller All hHlera.ootnraonl.
Mtiona, and Intervwwa. are atriatly prirala aad ooadk
aeutlal. Ho anawar will be given tolellert uolaae ea
dollar la iocloaed aa a Conitiltalloh Tee.
Addraat all lettera ai followa. ' '' ' '
DR. RAPHAEL,
QOA No. 2463, POST OFFICE,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
CAUTI0M TO TQI PTJBLI0. '.
T)r. W. ttarhael haenoeonaeetlon with PB0TB8S0B
er Dr. W. M. Baphael, er with aaj other gaatleaiaa
of Ihe lame oaaia.
ar Oat thla adTartlaemaat eat. Vhra yon aonaa.
Bring It with yoB aad ahow it to the girl wha opsaj ttm
teor. To prevent atlitakaa, aat tS
SEE THE DOCTOR HaOISELF.
Width lit col.
1
NOTICE.
O )frgo BrovVo Gfiarditin of RicM GlemenU,
nag riled hla accounts and vonelier tor innpeo
tion apd final ret'Jement,' nnd thnt tliu Mine
will be for bearing on thft Wth dyf Kelrua
ryl?5. ' BH,rlKDCKl(4.
Fch. 2, l!5--fl-'' ; l'rulmte Judge.
. SiinAnrd i '
SCALES
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Ata. - -Wnrehfta.a Tra
Letter Pree Ac .
FAIRBANKS GREENLEAF & CO
53 Monroe Street, TOLEDO.
9TRe earvfnl tobuy onl) ihe Geneiue
,Iuuo2udl584-lyr.
N'OTICK i hereby friven that the Mibecrilvr
he been dnly apprinlrd AdminiMrator of
tlrj estate nf William Dudley, lute of Vinton
rnu nt v. Obio. deceased.
Feb. Id, Si 3-w. ril!!!! lloi.PKKX.

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