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WFICIAL OKGAA )t VINTON COOKTY.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT
FOR LEGAL NOTICES SEE FOURTH PAGE.
IH T1C ROAD TO WlaLTH, III TO ADViaTI'I
M!Oit.iM. .TKRMS.PAYIN ADVANCE.
i -Mokey Wanted. We tope !'our
Wends who are iuJebted to ua will
not b6 boekvvard in paying what they
ewe ns. In bur absence, Mrs. Brut
tn will receipt lor the eninc.
n , Jflcou aret5icK;calUt Ur. Condee's
' caahDrn Storoand get'a prescription.
An onnco ot preventative is worth a
yonnd of cure, luany a long epell of
, tickuesB hns Leen prevented, by ta-
king proper remedies in time.
Ledgkk and Mekcuky. We are
recivin subscriptions for the Ledger
. and Mercury nt the lowest prices at
il.ii otHoo. Now is the timu t' subscribe.
0GP U. J. DjLU.NOHUKSr h3 tho
Agtuicy for a superb Steel Lino En
graving of Wastiingtou on tho Field
pl Trenton, engraved by William
Hall, from Field a Great IVmtioj,',
. at 65 each copy, E'icli subscriber
i will he entitleil to an interest in 20,
0)0 worth of Oi initial Fainting, &c,
t be annunlly given to tha auoscri-
burs, and free admission to thu Now
York Galleries.
No one elionl I bo without this
" .Splendid picture of tho "Father of
his Country,'' uud no collection of
'engraving can bo said to ho pertct
, without it. Irs mere presence will'
1 instill into tho heart auow that love
; " and reverenco wliio.i every American
' should foul for tho institutions which
' he was instrumental in establishing.
Wo havo no hesitancy in pronouncing
this ouo of tho driest pictures of t'tu
Hero uf aliuerictin Independence that
wo h;ivo evr sjen, and alviso our
pat r n a to call on Mr. liilingliurst,
m at his Fliotograpli and Ainbrotypo
' Gallery, MoArihuf, 0., see speci
men, thi'ii subscribe for the Engra
ving, and they will never havo cause
,;. to regrot the expenditure.
Clamor.
' '. ' Whon tho euoiindrela who created
aiid direotoJ tho French Revolution
of the last century had condemned
Louis the XVI. to death, and when,
ill pursuance ot tho barbarous sen
tence, the good King had ascended
the scaffold, from which ho was eon
to be launched into eternity, ho es
sayed to address tho concourse of
spectators. Ho was permitted to avtr
' that he was innocont, and that he
pardoned bis foes; but when ho con
tinued, "and you,, uuhappy pcuple
.' ' tho drums were, ordered to
: ' boat, and his vuico was utterly lost
. iu the clamor. "And you unhappy
pooplo.." Tho Jacobins dared nto
. kit the truth be heard by thoso to
; whom the knowledge was so vitally
important..
' The Republicans of this day and
.country ,'liko their namesakes and
" prototypes of Francs, will not allow
v the "unhappy people'' of this land to
know the 'ruths which do most con
cerrithem. They no lunger need
mob. law or martial law tj stitlo the
utterance of those who woald instruct
and warn the poople. fhoy rely
:' upon clamor, which is quite- as tfloct
iye as were the drums of Santerre,
when tho august victim of republican
ferocity vainly sought to address a
last word to his couutryinen.
1 A nr vmi nnliaimv npnnlo V
1 .'But if anv one would apeak to them
',. : o( a onco happy land, now "rent
with civil ieuds, and crouched in tra
ternal blood;" of conscription, taxa
(ion, debt, death, desolation, in one
'. word, of all the woea which nre uow
upon them, his voice is drowned ; in
, clamor, ilio press clamors, the pul
'pit clamors, tho Bchool clamors in
short all tho influences which venali
ty can sell, and coiruption purchase
''with barbarous noiso environ
him." like that which Milte'n de-
'. . scribes to be tho combined and dis
- - cordant voices of "owls and asses
cuckoos, doga and apes. JJut it is
aornetbing to be allowed to Bay, if we
. may say no more, and to repeat,. 'and
- . you, unhappy people!" it may sue
,,ge&t to, tht people, if they, will only
give it intelligent thought, all that we
Dayton Empire.
pm.
V .1 mirnt'i' hi n . 1 laiviuliin M 11
PHYSICIANS AID - SURGEON
MeArihur, ': Ohio, ;
Will altend ""proriiplly and carefully !to
tctlce of their profession -ta all its
tIAL AnENTIQ! QiyflN TO
17.t I.
It,
F.tr
tie at U
t
U. S. 7-30 LOAX.
By authority! the Secretary of the Treas
ury, th a nderaigned las aunwd tin Gener
al Subscription Agency fi r tho ule of I'oited
State Treasury' Notes, bearingr keven ami
three tenths per ceut. iu'-erojt, per amum,
known the
se vty. win TYLOA X.
Tleae notes nre iatued under data of A niiit
15th, 15C1, anJ are fiyai.le thine joau fiom
that time, iu currency, or are convertible at
the option of tho LuVUr iuto
U.S. 5-20 Six per Cciir.
GOLD-liEARING DONDS.
"l'liese buuila are now worth a prom urn if
nine pern-nt., iiitluJii g ild ii,urct l'ro:n
Nov-, which mekua the iul i.ntlt on the
7-30 loan, ut vurrcut u'on, iiitluiing iuurv t,
about tun pi cuul ar jinui.ii, be.--i.le8 jt4 c
wiooliuu from bliuo u.i-i n.iu;iqiul Uxutiun,
which a.iiiBl'rom uii c to hr e iu - cji,t. more,
awe rding to the ri .'i lev ic ! on o. U- r iroperty .
Tho interest U i-ujubu to mi m.-uliy by cou
(jona attaclicil to r h lititv. w l ie" luuy b cm
olfuiid (o'.-l to ai j Ijnk ir buiikur.
The int-iro-t amuiiiiti li
O.io oo nt or il.4j Hi, 4 i'j n jt.
TWO CJIlti Oil i 41 XJ lulu
Tou on a eoue nolo
'M oa u iuuii uo'.u
(I on ix .' V'J.J iiou'i '
Kotu.-torull d.'liomin i'.i,) . n.i ,i , .y;, ,u
jirimptly luriiialitd 11,1011 r ;.-)'; uf ia'jj riji-
tiono. Thie
TU& OALV Lf)l. i.V Ulliki'l
now ollortd by the (.i ivcrmiwi.t, .111 J it in cj'ii
fldoutly ex looted that iU ruciior advjut.ijs
will uiuUn it llio
UKEAT l'Ol'U LAI! LOW OP Till') 1'EOfLI.
liC.-u) thiin $ unou '0,'H u ruin:i iii uno!d, wliicb
will iir.b.thly l)o diitii.no'l ot vvitli:ii the next
tio or ili dnya, wluii Hi ; iito ill 'in J lubind y
cuiniuuud n r n 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 . . - li imiiorinly beon
tho vubo on cioMiijj tuo mi-is. n iUoii 10 oilier
Loiiii.
In ord!r til at oitizjJ.n of uv.ry town ami w
tiouof tlu uinni'.ry in i:y I11 nil'.r.ln l I'militiiij
for tukilv' t lw man, tho iNnvioii il liumis, jiulo
Itankn, ami I'rivalg lUn'iicrx llir. uliout the
country buiovucrally uuruitl to roccivo nub
ecrilion.i ul iai ., Uuimcri bur will ruluct tiicir
own aiioi.th. in hIigiii tlu-y huo contldcuie,
and who only uru to bo roi)oiiibij lur the dn
livury ot ll;e uuU. b lor which thy receive ut
dure. J A CtMiKK,
bir.ttcnii-TioN Aai.nT, riiiliidoljliia.
SiuscBUMi.iNS will BK iitCKivm by the
Firm Niilioiial Hank ul L lii.licoil.o,
Kir-' Niitiniuil liunlc ol (..'iiKinnuti.
Mar 2d '0 j iii.K .
THE KlriTH NATIONAL IBANK
t'K T1IH CITY OF NKW y'oKK.
gai'm ai., $1,000000, r.iin 11,
FISCAL Alil.NT OF Till; I'MTKI)
stati:s.
And Special Aoent run Jat Cooks, Stncitip
1 ion .ioi.sr,
Will dolivcr T-0 Notns Fruo of uhirffi, by cx
profw to all mr ot'thu cmuitry, mid rucuivo
In piiynroit :iiwl( i n Now York, i'hiladol
ph'a, an 1 Hotoii, current bill, mi t all Am
per cpnt. ii tnro.l notce, with intercut to date
of yuhscripticn. Or.lors coiit by mail will bo
promptly llllcd.
Thi bAiik receive tho ncuounta of Bantix
and Baultorii en f'av.irablo term-; also of indi
uiiIk koupinl New York neemm 'i.
J. T. IIIIJ-. t'li-h'r. J. N. OilVIS rren't.
mnr. h 3, 'tio - "mo.
Dayton Empire. MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
rORTiJMOUTH LRAxNX'Il
ON and after TluirKihiy, Vobrvmry 45, 13if4.
reir ili'i" l'innoiii!r Tritina will rui in con
nection with the Train on main lino hotween
I'ortMiinuth and Cincinnati, as follows :
Leaven Tonsillolith at S:IS A. M., nrrtvoa at
I'ionoor. ut 9:iilS.V.M.: nrrivoa at I'lirtlaiul l
10:06 A.M., arrive tit Jackson at 10:57a. M.;
arrives at ll jiri'lcn ut 1):G0 A.M.; urivcn at C'in
uini atl at 5:5') T.M.;
Leave!) Cincinnati at 8:30 A.M.; leaves Hum-
Ion at 3:00 t .M.: arrive at .Iiii'liwoii at 8:G1 1
M.jairivcs at Portland at 1:21 t'.M ; arriVHsi.t
louoor ut 4:5U 1 .11.; arrivun at l ortnmouth at
:10 P.M.
Accommodntlnti Train cippart from Portn
inoiitli ut i:l P.M.; errivea at Pioneer nt i
and dc9.irt at 4:30; .irrivo at .lauksi.n ut U:i4
and llamib n. ,( 7:50. Iii imrih li-JO ..M ; ur
'.veiut luckHnn at 7:3S; nrrivei at Pioneer ut
!):35; uiitl nrriven ut Pi.rlnii iiilmt 11:1S.
1 hroiiL'ii TicK.'ts to inoiimali can "0 obtain
ed at PnrtumiHitli, Portland, a'nl Jacknoii, ul
tho followin); rates:
'ortxiiinnth to Cineinnu'.i, f I
Portland ' 1I0 t 400
Jucli-on " do 4.C0
ROUND TRIP TICKETS.
From I'crtHinniiili to Cincinnati and return
1.0n Tickets from PortMiioiuli to Muiioi'u
anj Parker-iburg, 3,(!0.
JOIIM KUKaJiU, Bup l
It. W. QUADK. Assist Sup't
Feb.SMh 18(5-1 lyr.
(SALE OF HEAL r.STATK BV Oil
DLI6 OF rieoBATE COljRT.
The Slate of Ohio, Vinton County :
Jncph Wilcox. Admrof 1
bueim Alexander, Uoo 'd H ill. I An oracr
VS. f of eale.
Sarah Aii nirilcr et. ul.. Pof'tc. J.
Kotice i l crcby piven tlmt I will rflor for
pnblio ale, tin tho irciniKcuin Kichlaud'town
bhip, Vinton county, Ohio, on
. Saturday, March I81A, 1865.
between tho hours of 1(1 o'clock A. M. and 4
o'clock P. M. of Kaid day, Vo the lilslieat bidder.
tho folloving roal eatute citnutpd in aid Vin-.
ton county, a fie property nfSnaan Alexan
der, deceased, lato of mij" Vinton county, to
wii: ommoncinjj at lae sotitn we.it corner of
aection ni.nibur niiin, in townvhip number
..inc. of runue number eicti'.ccn: tnenco north
nincty-ono rnd.i, thonce euat thirty-four rods,
mence aoutn ninety-one rotH, thonca west
thirty-four rod to the tdaco of heeinninir. con-
taininj twenty acren. Appraised at ono bun-
area ana iwcnty-nvo tollura.
TKBvaor Sali: One-third cash In hand.
ono third in ix months and one-third in
twelve month?: defoireaDuvmonta to bo cciir-
by mortjrugo on premise, with in to rest from
aay 01 auiu.
JOSEPn WILCOX Adm'r
Sman lexandr, dee'd
Bkattox Att'y for Pit' ff.
Feb. 16,'6J-w.
NOTICE
Zacbariah Stevens, Adminis'ratot of the es
tate of Kcbecca Stovens, deceased, na filed hi
aecolintB and voucher for inspection and final
settlement, and that the eamo will be for bear
ing on the 18th day of March, A. D.I 865.
RICHARD CRAIG, ;
March . '65 8w. Probate Judge.
For Blank Deeds. Call at
tail OFFICE and b Soppiei.
DR. BOBACK'S
STOMACH
BITTERS
All HOT
TO BE EXCELLED
At A
HXOMACIIIO .
ill
JElegulator
DIGESTIVE ORGANS
v et Xo ow- x o.
RccvvoAof vsim.
$0 a .ov& tvfti,)Wft
m.vxc wteAeA oia cxA'v'cXc
VvxV&w vwtoiiCif xaxvv-,
axv tx oct Vvme,, ate
Bilious Fever,
Fever and jlgue,
Ifiver Oomnplaint,
(Dyspepsia,
Indigestion,
Jaundice,
Kidney Complaints
Vxv vavvfe..
ate. covv'oe' o$ tate. awa
tVCvcNx vow, Wvcvtv
"Ov. "RoNjacV
ave. vwolw'' 8oat
tit. R.oatV
vWvovcAe. i tot aw
VAvXaUa.
T7ies fitters art put up in quart
bottleB,of whioh 1h above is afao-sim-ilt.
th label is finely engraved, and
is provided, -ith safeguard from
oounterfeiten. (Priaa $1 per bottle, or
Mfor $$.
O. W. Jfobaofc, (Proprietor, JTo. 6
East Fourth St., Crwiri?ui.ti, to whett
all ordefs should be addressed.
FOR SALE BY
S,Lr OF JtmL ESTATE.
BY ORDER OF PROBE '"li COURT.
State of Ohio Vinton County.
ON Sa'nrday the 25th 1ay of March IS'15.
at one o'clock P. M-. in the afternoon, on
(lie premises in (ha county of Vintcn and 8tato
of tlhio, will lie sold to tho highest hi.ldar tho
following real estate, a tho property of Simoon
Dixon dccciifod. m wit: Tho north cast half
of tho north west qunrMr, and the north wnr-t
qmirferof tlie north west qnurter ofsecj'on
Mimbor five, (5.) in Township nnm'er nine.
(9 )of llance nuinbor nineteen, ( 19.) contuin-
iii(r ninety-two acres more or loss.
.Appmisi'd at t-oventy nine dollars
TKR.MES of tale, one thirA cash in band, one
third in Six month and 'he residue i:i Tm clve
months, Dofored piiymonts to hcur interest
from the day ofiale, and to bo eecured by
mortgage on taid premise.
8IMON R.DTXOtf.
Feb. 83,lS85-4w Adm'r of Simeon Dixon dec.
NOTICE.
The undersigned has been duly appointed and
qualified administrator of tho estate of W.
II. I.onz, hi(e of Vinton conn(y, Ohio, doceaaod.
Those having claims against t?:e estate will
present them to the underpinned for allowance.
UEOKGE L. WILL.
Feb. 23.'C5-3w.
NOTICE.
Lemnel Clark Guardian of George T. Atkin
son hag filed his accounts and vouchers for in
spection and final settlement and that th(
same will be for hearipir on (he 13th day of
Aiarcn I3H9. iuiiiAKU UKA1U
Feb. 23rd 1865 8-ir Probate Judge.
NOTICE.
J. N. Hutson Administrator of the estate cf
Jesepb uill deceased, hag filed his accrunU and
vouchers for inspection and Una eettlement,
anil that the same will he for hearing on the
asthdayof February 1865.
. RI CHARD CRAIG
F'. 9, 168fl,3w rrobate Jurlge
1
'IIULBERTS
'r. A.
-f
Y
"j II avit: j iirtlinetd ti e l it k
aim 'J'Jcu u new hi . I - comjiltni -
'hilowea' piittj of i
i
mmm
j DHflGS, CHEMICALS-
PA1MS,
-1-
h 1 1:
ii
HAlli, PAINT, WASH
KDSIBES.
T
PINE 185 IiaiNDY,
WINES AIID L1QUCUS
f fi'l 1iM-i,!pti'rn fur Mi-dioitl tjurpoHi's
J'UTTY.
GLASS.
INKS.
LAMPS?,
WHITE
and evt'rytliingolno in tlie URUG
11 n A C TT
H V; Mil tiAAVL
ONLY.
Dr. DYE will alten l to tlin
rinia ul Prcififir 1 ttl . -iui rl.iu 1 .iwvt.f
, j., , ...i,, uii 1 H"l.
IVStort or nt Kalera liotol at nil Iioum.
y eatisfuction. .
JUiy asm laoi,- iy.
mm
Tin
ffi
CORNER.
COMES!'.''
m
v
1 il ti i 1 1 f I). 10 m.! I l.i "j "t
'i il.uilo, t,u i. 1 h!) j.v- i tit t
v.
Pl.itl IMtKV,
AND CAM IX liAiii
LEA 1, 1
CIGAl'S ?
TOI5ACCO
SNUFK V-
liim at Cincinnati retail i'UIC
OVvll lJL vxlOIl li
?
1
necnr it. cointfmn,lino .it' ill t ..,); i
If.. ....... 1... 1 1 . .1. it. ft
IJ" IIIH ' Mlllllll Ml i.'
Giv.i us 14 imII an ) w.) warrant -4
. v
Ur . A. CON DEE. V
my
LEGAL NOTICE.
State of Ohio Vinton County
JohnD. Qulnn. of rittsburgh, in the Plato
of I'onnsyliiniu, will tukc notice that Ahuy
Llstnn, of tho County ofVitto.., In the Stati
of Ohio, did on tho Mth day of Dccomlier A I)
li4, lllo her Fetitinu in the Court f 1 'mm'.n
Pleas within and for snid County. n'Vi-im
and State of Ohio, Ut iiiniit tho blIiI J-Ihi li
Qiiinn, and Aliea Ciiinii, Rernard tinbiii
Jamea IJiiinn, I'litbirinj tjninn. Fairii kll
Qtiinn, Almond Soulo Jr. and Jl.irtin cJ'i- li
aefonilunts, Ketfing forth that nbeat IHy A !
Id39. Kbcnzer Li -ton the husband "f ilio miM
llary T.istoti, pifri'liusnl 'roin Pa'rick li-i'ii-.
nlllOUK I'tllCr' tllP frill U't Hl Ct ol I: I! ' V i
Hi'viniii g 17H po!i,s niid 7 links nor:l' 1 '
south east vomer f ScCii n imniher 'i"i ' w
siiipeivhl ranee sixteen in the Ohio complin)
pnrchai'O ihi'tice north one irgno and six
ininiitiis owt H polca and 18 links; thence
1101 1 h TO dcKlue wci-t IS? -oles and 8 ll'iks,
("nth 1 5 min. wet Is nolcs and 18 links henc
9 ou(h.70 dogrees cart 110 polos and 8 links to
tho placu of beninning. Thtt on tho 2:5d day
of May A. I. 13". tho -nid Patrick yuiun ai d
Alice "Qnlnn his rvife. executed a deed of that
duto fo suicl Khnczor I.lston lor said Inn 1.
intending to cDiivey thomnio. but that (here
isa mistake in raid deed Iu this, that instj'ud
of describing tho abuve lands, it describes tlie
binds a following to, wit; Deiiniing 170 polos
and 7 link nor'h of tho muth oust corner of
'h'-sc ':ion lownsliip and rntigo -ifuM-nid thence
lii.rlhoi.c ilcgrcr n nilivit" i-iist i' polc-iiliu
! link--. thei:!.".i uiin;i' ncnl Inn lc
i,i,. ii'iV. tl.cacu -'it'i oiiii .Ifgrci ut,. I six
iMtniita w-:rt SI poii' ii:d i' i'mk'. ' h.-ncc oai'
j' imiinu south I6pi iJ 8 links ti t.H
jilace cf bcifiiiniiie. And also, that, by the
ia.-t will of tim ii'.i'l Klmuccr Lifton ths
plaintiit' become '-ho uboiu'.n ow ner-of 'he laud
first, above ibwribed, und that she h is rdd said
lnii-ist" the Hsld A!.n-iiii S.iiile.- Jr und Martin
Me'iruth and crnyiiiit that, in order to qni'tl o
title to said land, ihn raid dofoudiints Alieo
Quiiin, John l- Qui . Kernard Quimi. James
Quinn, Catlu'rinc Qiiinn. Patrick II Qninn, hv
ordered to a execute deed for the sarno to thu
said Almond Siiules, and Martin Mcftrn'h and
tnat. in defuiilt I ere 1.1'ssid ordoi shall nperate
as such deed, and also, that jmlgmunt be
rinderod aeninst. the said tletmidunt Allcu
Qtiinn. John D Q iinn, HornarJ Qi:inn, .1 me
Qninn. Catharine Qiiinn.and Patrick II. Quimi.
urn! in f. vor of tlie nluiiitifl" for her costs herein
li(l for otlmr relief And tha said John 1).
Qninn is no(ifi"d '.hit he is required to nppc-ir
and answersaid r-'ition on or before the thirl
Sncrday alter the 11 day of March A. L.
18(5.
Jan. oth. 1S35.-8 Mary t.isti.n
D- U- 8hivcl mr Atty.
NOTICE.
Robert Clark Guardian of John Fee Jr. an
Iniane person has fl -ed bisaceonr.ti and vouch-
era for inspection and partial settlement, and
that thesairiii wi II he passed upon on the 80th
day ofjanuary 18o. K1CHAKD CRAIG
Dec. 29ih 18l.-3w. Probate Judge .
NOTICE.
Malinda Sharp Admihistratrix of tho estate
of Caleb Sharp Ute of the County of Vinton,
and S'ateof Ohio, deceasod, has filed he r acr
eoontt and vouchers for inspection and final
sct(lement,nd that the same will he for hear
ing on the 11th day of February 18i.5.
RICHARD CRAIG, .
Jan'y 19th 188 5 - 3 w
NOTICE.
Hiram Newton Guardian of Alva C. Newton
bar filed his accounts and vouchers for isnpeo
Hon and final settlement and that the same
will be for hearing on the '25th day of February
1885. RICHARD CRAIG, .
Feb. 2, 1865,-fw Probate Judjs .
FRESH CAN FRUIT.
PINE-APPLES, Peaches, Stiawberriea.Black
bcrrti t-ircea Peas Just received aad for
ala at lis Dm f Store of
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
n-v. w y st:;i mrm-rCvs
ON'aii'l ift
n.'ld ('
r Mnudiii ,
h;-r no'l-'i
Oolnlier il ISiU, in-'
irkfo" viil nui iu. tn-
t IL (it)IXO KA"T.
Li UVi'S I'ile lUUH'.i Ut 7'4H A. M-: LeilVCS LilVe
ml ut 8 .'.'j .t M.; arrives at I'hiliieiitl.c ul
W:v.M. I' V.; l.euM'd rtnllicoili.i r i::Sn p. VI
... II ,11 Ion ,1 ii.-ii .11 .,1 oj 'i p. .; i..:n, -
' ' f ' r. . i'H l. ..: e'i-Z nshi.nl :t 1
. . V f t 1 - ' l.i P.. t, Arri
' ' a' 4 55 P M.j iiril.e at ;rkcr.
burg ul 7:0" P. M.
leaves Purkorsbiitg. t.t 7:40 A. M.j leaves Mui
icttaat 7;4'S lea .-es Athens at 10:31 A
M.; loaves Zaleskl. 11:45 A. M.: leaves McAr
:hur, 12:13 P.M.; Harr.-Jen 'unction nt )i:3v
A. .M. Arrive at Ohiilicot-iio at 1:5s P.M.;
Leaves Cbillicotha at 2:1 3 P. M ; leaves Lovrf
hind at fi;5fl P. M.; arrives at Ciiielnnatti a'
700 P.M.
Zuleski Freight caryinff rassengers 'pa-sc
McArthnr goinf Kst nt 9:50 A.M.; goiin:
West a, 2:31 P. M.
The Acooin'nodati.m Train Leaves Cbillicnthn
it 5:20 A .l. ; arrives at ''iileinnatti ai 10:5 A.
M ;leave- t.'otiidnnaii at 3:30 P. 11 ; arrives at
f i lie..,.- ',t8:5o P. M.
' 0. c."i-.ii ne ;n,i.'.o at Lftvclund with
'i 'M " .111 1 I'runi l.'i.iiim Ims: r-d ir. Ihm.leti
I nrii ti . n with trains lo uud i'ri m 1'nrti-ii.ou'ii
,i')!IN DP K.vNfi. s(,'i.
NOT'CE.
Ilenr, B. L.icy. who resides in tho City of
'ft usliingto.i. 111 Jho District of Co 11 ubi.i, and
George W. Holland, whose place of residence
is unknown, will take no'iee that Mury Hoi
Unit, Adiuinistratrix.of tlie cst.itu of Leonard
llnllsnd. doi uuseif, mi the 1 j;h d.iy of Februa
ry, A. D. IMS, filed her petition in the Pro
bate Oonrt within and for Jho county of Vin
toii, and Suto of Ohio, alleging that the lor
somil estate of said decedent ia insu'.Hi ieul to
iuy Ms debts and thachnrges of administering
his estate: that lioilijil aoijied iu fee simple ol
the folowing docrilicd real estate situate in
said county, to-wlt: In-I t number one Imn
diedaii ' sixty 01.0 ilrtl as rt. tlgnate.d and
mnniicred on the recor.lo-l dat 01 thu t-tvn of
Mc.i-lhiir, ih-il Martha A llollund. U.wge V
llo Utid 1.' ailjs V. iliiilau ;. E L'ur il. II. l
Un.l, ll.bnt II. dulnl. liutiicK. U. Ih.nd an.t
Lucy F Holland, aa his heirs at law.luld the
noil ostiito of ii heritaneo thufeiu. and that
auld lleury II. L'icey holds a mortgage on said
premise, The prayer of said petition Is for
theaale of said premises, free from dower,
for tlie payment of tin dobts and charges afore
suid, suid petition will be for hearing on the
lbttduv of March, A. D. 1565, or as aoou
thereafter as counsel can bo heard.
MARY HOLLAND, Adm'x
of Leonard Hollr.nd.dec'd
Const abls A Smvit Atty's pit'.
Feb.lt '65-6w.
S. A. I'OHSTABIX.
D. B. Shivx
CONSTABLE & SHIVEL,
AUorncjs at Law,
Claim Agents, Baa 1 Kstaw Agents and Con
veyancers. ,.
MrArlhur, Yinlon Co. 0.
OfBca oa Wain Street, two door feast
of, E. D Dodg's (store.
Ifill attend promptly to H business entrnsted
totbeiroare.ln the Cbntiea of Vinton, Jaok
aoa, f ike and Scioto.
January 19th 1865 tf.
Justices ' Blanks
LET m AFFLICTED REAL
Ami kara fbat a mMt mi nifcal mn
u4 fnannlnd to all l.a u imm wlik tutisaj
iabilit, bvtow raiiiUn. MMrk'ilr IKMf kM, 4m
prawWa f tpiria, duUMa mi mUHI mm mi
tlmft, om at m-a.y. Urn l flJ aat aaln amr
fnnf frowta, wmlag twmj, aad a a.if mSiiaw la)
asiMlm, fttliilaf Bit, auatmlatTe laa bm, kwfo
kww4 tit miul Ut.
BEAIt WHAT THB MEDICAL PXDSS
SATS.
torn rhrilrisnt mrnln ta b frlj tea omaara f fwm
iluMf ib KNUI.IMI BUTAM10 rHIaJCUH tot
mat. HUpOTaKtknowltdingrlbtaaiaaafTMaiaa
kin lo itrsrrilo th diMM wltbout aaj lalbnaaUaa Dra
Ui patient, lo mii'.sj n IU arlinl cmm, u4 ta puMNi
I iur. A ad, what la nor TaiuaUla lUll. k) wUl Ml
.v suit frnnkJ; tell wh.tWr jot oaa b carW t m,
Tb .1 iif Jtmir umd.aad roe aapanaa, Um.
kou.ti'., and diairipoiutmsnt. Il "111 U lh bmm d1
wtIiiiC juu mtiiy a dollar; It wftl joar k.ll,
aaj, what l UHtrr limn all. It will tar four Ua arva
Ovio akorunad by wrong iMtaact.
llii tiauiii.atliii r mult wltboaf aay laawtrlnw
from Ilia iKitisni ; thsretlir h tlitirounlilv andanUada
Umir Pliy.icAlvatitiotiud Paraaloi(lcal datalopauwl,
itkimt wliUh lia uovtr cn'iM Uara parOirmad fo auaf
tutuiiUliiBf cur. It ihonld ba nuMmlMnd that lUJa
a.itnl l'li)lalM irfinil cun IbuMhl Impuaalbla.
If you hivatrii-d oltisra aaif K"( ut rollif, If fv wlah ka
aujiiyrwi liiultli u J l.mi lifr, if yon an win, yea wilt
oauJ -.mail Dll. KAHlAk-L. tba Bolaota Phj.lcUa
All Ims niBmiiBicatliiaa and iotwlawa to alrtauf
ariiata aad eouditrutial. JftJical Jvurvl.
Width ?. First rol,
tacts :ri'j sTooeoRN Tmivati
ll.r trtiKT tl? Plilln l'lil cirnMpoodaol asya la Ua)
utuuuaaaltb. tt ilialiiutua, tlalawan, ttk af Aartk
" Aa KtiKtiah (tsnlltrami. )-raerlr eonaactad wllb Ike
Frlll.h Ansr, ami who iiyiK himarirtlia Katatllah B
Unk rbjajcitia.' lina of Utf ,ia:aaU aa aitaaiira -afiuaa
Ilea Ij.ra by hit akifl in curing all nunnar uf complalata,
Bontt' f hit patlsnta I h.ota nonvaraad with, aad tbaf
prot. juAca hia rriitstiaa and n,v4a of irvataiaut aa farf
uiHtrl tr. Soiiiiva Imhii riauinsi aa if by nuncio. Tba
aintMo ha avd la disillM ty hlniMlf from arWa
barb posaf.'r.2 .ni-a curutoa finiarllaa.
oVV'hiln i"l"g in Ilia army ha dsrotad hla laiaafs
nouieuta ton tli.iroiili ntuily of lhaaffceta prodooad iaj
esrtaio medirlnal roots iind hurba on all maaaar ut i)
aaaea. It atsmu ha hiui fnuiid a aura and apatsly raiaadk
ur all tha ill that Uh il hair to.' Ilia praclic I
Iroaily extaimira, sud is daily iacmtainir. In tha eoai.
plaiaia to which femalva ara suliji-etiid ba baa noaijaaA,
ia a )arir,o nmiilier tmra hav tastiflrd that thsy owa aa4
Milv th'lr iireatnl arissl Lsallh. bat ihalr Haas, to lb
kill uf thla iuiill.li ikitauic Phyatciui." ilia eflle la at
N. 59 east nrru STREET,
CINCINNATI
MOnn GOOD NEWS!
rnom mau at;d helubib ad.
THOIUTX.
Tha ttotnnlo Ramedlsa of Doctor Raphaol, tba actfeaa
Botanic riiYilclan, narsr failsd yst to aiake a pa, taaa,
radical, ami pormuiiaut euro of ALL -
PXUVATF SECRET, A ND V-SERBA
DISEASES,
.Vlttiotit the me of Mercnry v.'Uiont hladraiK froaa
Uiiiifaa.and without fitarofl st ufery ore', .samra. Be
eaiily (Kiianna, aticb aa arana --. ri a toi i' a, ofiiaai, a
xny othar ilsoin. No maix i:y nor any I .JIy nlnaraJa
oolhina but pitrsty VeKaUhls tw.t.iuivi lienusliaa aiw
awd hy til it wonderful Botanic Pliyii.ua. II li Botauie
Bamnllm ruler J.I failed lo rara tba moat auaiinai
and tha rnoit danKsroua caaaa, aud to ranium all mercury
and other impurities from Ilia lyatpin whea all ulW
Bamedlea hail failad. ifadiaU Juwnul.
GOOD NEWS TOR SINGLE MElt
CONTETVirLATINa MARRJA3E.
Hoar what the Baltimore correapondsnt -A tha 044
tillow, BiMimlxiro', avarylaud, laid ou Tliuivlay, tha list
of Miy, lSisi:
M!tiiiineroiie nnreaof dlsnsma cauiod byaarly lnA
ttoa aavinfr tieon performed hy the EhkIUIi Botaalr Phy
llcian, I fral it my tluty, uantox a kuuwMaaof tliero, aa
Itate the fax t, believing thai la doinaao I may du a aarrloa
to tha anrTerlng. One case In particular that of a young
man In thla city la w orthy of uvta. He bad Income the
rfcliai of a bahlt, the mora ullmlun to whluh cauaaa a
htidtler, and afler yeara of eufiiiriiiK and doctoriug'fcava ap
all hopes of recovery He eiihed to narry, and waj
dearly beloTed hy aa limt a j'rl aa aiar llapad wortaj
of alleittloa sit he was awful, banroua, and proetratad.
He dared not wv ' ok aoeonnt of tha ahallertsl itaia)
at hia Tt a. He aought relief ai the hsuda of Iba Ba.
anle Pbyai-'fa, and, aetouUhhif aa It niujr aeem. all tba
-.loom aud vigor of youth baa returned, aud 1m la &4w
ik nappy ntiutr or a pair ul uria.nl woya."
GLORIOUS NEWS TOR THE LADIES.
A PREVENTIVE TO QAVfi CULL
MEN.
ITaar what tha Cluclnnatl Weekly Preta aayt "d the tea
of llurch, lSt2 :
We ara decldvdly opposed to drag aad lo atfTerUeaa
eemfdlea for tba prevention of baring cbildaen, but wa
4 it our duty acknowledge a benefit from any as 4
ni every ourotfwhea It II for tha relief f aaoeriua
.omaully. A fact haa come to our knowledge lh4
ought to be promulgated and widely circulated1 for il
beaent of thoee huliea whoee delicara health oiaJiaa it
narenary to prevent aoy Incmas of family.
About twelve montha after aiarriage, a lady of or a,
qualutanc gave birth lo a daughter, but bar utteringa
were art great lliat her phyaklaba deapalred of ber recov
ery. Thia made her dreed I lu vary thoiightaof agaiab.
ooialng a mother. 8ha tried every thing lo prevent a
repetition of heraufferiugs, hut wILhout aucceediag. Twa
yeara after marriage aha waa again couflnetl. butuerauW
bring! wen ao great that the child died, and bar owa ilia
waa deapalred of. Hha was toid by hex family phyaiciaa
that if she had any ntorecbildren he feared her life would
be the forfeit. Aa all the remndiea alia bad tried befbra
kad fulled, aha applied to tba lkitaaia Phjilctaa, Lw
BAPUAKL,
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
CINCINNATI,
roii his .
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
Hit reined ioa had tho deelred enact ; they not only pr.
vaated ber from baviug children, britthayalaounprovaal
her health, "lo Tna ruaa, iu lumiu las ruaa."
Tha Botaulo Fhyeiclao'i rraviliea caa ba raeoia.
meniled, becauae ttwy are innocant and safe. Tbaf
operate without cnuaiug aick ataa or axpoaara. They d
sol Interfere with tha diet or oedbpatiow. They da
not injur lha aeallb, but thay Ara earula ia thala
effect. , J. PANC08T, M. D.
aLKKIUtfS, At. I).
Any who are inrTerinc. Bo ai attar what thetr fompUlal,
can call on tna (lotanlc Hnvmnan oonOdentlally. Thay
may rely Ukiu relief. Hia ufflca la at
NO. 59 EAST FITTH STREET,
Betwoaa Sycamore Street and Broadway,
CINCINNATI.
Conaultatlon daily, Snndnn eir)tted. Offloa boon
Vim lo A. 91. ta a'rlack P- V.
MT fersona at a dtatance may eommnnicat eorpv
bintullt by letter, If tney Inclose ONI DOLLAB, sm
Ooniulution Fee. in each letter. All letters, eommonl.
iatlona, aad Intemewe, are llrlclly prlvata aad coat.
Sential. Ho anawer will ba given to letters a&less OM
dollar la Inclosed aa a Consultation Fee.
Adtlroaa all letters as follows, ,
DR. RAPHAEL,
BOX No. 2463, POST OITICB,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
CAUTION TO TBI PTJBLIO.
T)r. W. Baphaol haa no eonneatloo with PBOT 1W80I
st Dr. VV. M. Raphael, orwiiffauy othar (enUeaaaa
of the aauia name.
ar Cot this adewrtlaaaMSt vat. Wien vow sni .
srlag It with yoa and ihow II to lb girl who epaeu law
kor. To prevent mlatakas, aak to
SE3 THE DOCTOR HugSEUT.
Widtli 2. 1st ooL
NOTICE.
Georpe Brown Guardian of Rohl Clements
has filed his accounts and vouchers tor inspso -lion
and final settlement, and that the same
wiil be for hearing ontheSith daTofFehrns-7
IMS. KI(JUVKUl'K41G,
Feb. 2,lS6i-8w I'robote Judfs
FAIRi3A'NliS,'
Snndnrd
SCALES
7jV CF ALL KINDS' .
Allt. Wakn.. . Tim
J"-'3 Letter Presses Are .
FAIRBANKS GREENLEAF 8c CO
S3 Monroe Street, TOLEDO,
tT'Be careful toboy onl ihs Ceanins
.- June 2nd 1584 lyr.
C 0 V E , 0
JPST recied and for.? at lbs LOWIJT
Price at the Drug Store of -
Di- At teysxt.

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