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CM!! WfctKLV EXQtlREB.
V ti. l'.il,li-i.T- of tXINCINN ,TI
WEIKLY ENUU1KIU respoctfuIlT in
iie tour atu itu 11 lo its tiij erior ineiits
jA2ff e3icvrr:v v:.i
.
si Pwnular, Business,. Iwvs
S;hFmiilv Journal.
e"e. . a.
t".'a,b'nWif EHC.u7ierv.ill chimin ft'l
the lifws of tl.e oy lorign, domestic, mil!
t-T". ;it-;:.l'iilfri".llJ ,im t-G''''u!! nd
elinble inieLigence of nil military opeta.
l,.,..lU)i..MidotlleviMiistiMilii.f'trt n solu
.i .'i- ion ol'ile preseiii crisis. Tlie mark re.
'-"'i-gtU wll be full end relWl'le, cmbrar
eVi?.''nff' the currency, ami .'ther uiiaiirinl
mutters of interest; end whatever is val
.J. .-' -I tnlil ol the wholflMle and rv tail prices
k"-L (.( produce'., It ilt giv useful Inform
ix s -1.11011 upon ntriculiiire, irops, commerce.
(Hid useful ili-oeric and inventions. It
r '. will Ih contain ti'eraiy, scientific, mid re-
' ' If'-irus department, end n!?o interesting
. . stories. K turner will no b tied to
- the prevailing fusions, for the benefit ot
' " our ldv reuuVrs .
The PoVnii nl tlepnrtuv-nt wi'.l be in the
v- future us in ih p'ist. Its lone inul it
faching will be Denim ru.u-. l i t , si.lc
...:n k. i,. i1..,t fill! infuniintwi Inn
.Will UCgltU.
'' " lie obtained of nil leading political move-
. n.Piits ol the Hints-
.The Ekqiuber does not l'tk to e ron
!"' '" ' tinunnce of lire, "at, or its lusetntinn in
'J i Jnv manner, as a synne from which a re
:' .stored Union is to s.rii'g, hut. on the con
- trory, belirvps with the laim-ulcd Dongl.is
that "war is iiih nu.n, s.iw axii fpkivkr,"
" ' and Ihdt it will destroy all Ciiistnutii.ii.il
r ' liberty.
' The Eikjciker is for peace and conipro-
' mine adjustment of our (liliiculties. Uiuh r
' no ciruumsianccs wil! ii sustain the l'res-
i dent's unconstitutional Einuncipati o 11
,.: Proclamation.
' The Enqvibhr is oppowd to all Fixecu
live usurpations, to nil violations ol the
Constitution, and adepts ns its nudum
doctrine, the gn-nt JdlVrs-on'uui principle
of State Right?, the busts both of civil lib.
rty and the Union.'
Ki'iv Term of Hip WtcJily
l.tiqiiaTcr:
Single copy, one year
J.::; " Five to ten r opir s, one year, ' -'
Tw enty conies, one year.
2.50
2.25
4000
1 With an additional copy to the getter up
o each club.
A fl subscriptions fi r less (linn one year
' at the rate of t3. No subscription will be
'. : received for leas than 6 months,
v Correspondent!! are particularly reqnpst
' " ' cd to give the full address post office.
-1 county, and State for each subscriber they
send us.
, " Money may be sent at" our risk by ex
press, prepaid, or in registered letters by
mail; otherwise we will not be responsible
for any losses that may occur.
Specimen Copies sent on application.
; ,V FARAN & McLEAN.
Feb, 23 6w, Cincinnati, 0.
. PILES.
A SURE CURE.
EVERY BODY iS BEING CURED OF
this distressing disease by the use of
' I. Strickland' Tile Itemedy
Read what a sufferer says:
Mr. J. P. H'azarde, 164 Second street,
, Cincinnati, O., sas he has been a dreadful
- Bufforer with Piles for a long time, und has
tried nearly everything, and could obtain no
elief. He used about one fourth of a pot
of Dr. Strickland's Pile Ointment, and it
made a complete cure. He advises every
one who is iiiflering to try it.
Sold by all Drnggist?, 50 cents per pol
Manufactured at No 6 East Fourth street,
Cincinnati, 0. Ask for
p- BTRI CJxLAND'S PILE REMED
Maj23'64ly.
'. . m. M. JM l,ir iuutm fur two Wj
ritr 3 wot stanipo.
DPS. JACKSON, IHUiUf.UT a Co .,rr rric
tars of the National Diupcnimry, CbtuMicheil
' Cincinnati, 0. Jan. 1, 1860, euro all private de
itaHe with unexampled rnpidiry. We fiiunn
tee to euro Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphillis, 1m
potency, Ncctnrr.al Kmimmm, or Komale Com-
filaintP', in short evrry pocibla form and var
oty of SoxnUr Disease. Cnreii rapid, tlivronirh
1 uud pernianent, and foes moderto Send tor
. . a circular -fifteen lorjreSin. by U in. letter
pagos, of varied, valuable and interoating Jnat
ter. Also, acircular intended for LadiOH on y.
Many of our pr.ionts npert. they have sen:
money to Doctors i n Eaatorn cUles and reo oiv
. id uo return.
' Then why not patronize homo talent men
who know the Western climate and effect
speedy curse.
Dr J:ck80u'sFeraaloPilli-.lror box--semi
t, "for Circular. -Special written Replies, will neal
' od.stnt with the Circular, wiihcut charge.
... Om of the cheapest, mst intrerHtiutr and im-
1 ' pOTtantbookapuhliithod. 8O0 pages, lOOengrav
nif8"TheMountrin of Light, or Medical l'ro
teotor and Marriage (ritid.nnd an Kxplieit Key to
LovV and Beaulj..,' It 8AT1SFA0TOL1LV
reveals various subjects never before fulliex
r plained is any popular work in aha English
language, l'riee 5o cents and one 3centatamp,
or threo for 1 and three 3 ctnt stamps. Fully
described in Circular, which every young man
. should nava, wnoinerncK ui win.
Medicine and inHtructions ecnt promptly to any
'. PeapensaTy. No I6T Sycarooro street. Y V,
Box. No 436.
i,o Tir'VSflV'srirJIirvTAT. 1 'NIMF.AT
Removceall coldness, uud rejavinatcs organs
-.1, lain rlnrmmii! for manv tears. It
LrfWill curt any case of impctoncy.crrati urd in
r... i.aaaii fr.r iitiv ranionab!c time.
vick kilo ' j V. . an
Can be mailed wilh perfect safety. rnee2per
DB. JACKSON'S FRENCH PATENT MALE
, SAFE. '
Tt U perfectly pafe'and uever fails to givo sntir
t r t 1 - .1 - 1 - -. . .1 ..r.
' live againBt contracting diccwee ever Indented.
Pries $1 each, 94 per half dozpn, and $7 p
qoiod, seni dt man.
NOTICE.
rClU A uviumu - -
: LilHbrldgre, baa filed hi ftcceflnt (tnd vouchor
dnn and n.irlial KCtfldiren. and that
J UI lurKvx r f i
jths same will be Jor heating on ,lbe25thday
1000.
f i eornarr
E1CHABD CBAIG.
' ' 'Fb.2,l?65-3w . . J'lobaeJaJffs,;
BY THIS SIGN WE CONUQER
Wheimer the wfet rn8 long,
Or Ihe heart begini u) f j (
- We slti a' more wonderful song.
And tell a more niwivelous tale."
January, 1st, 1865.
January, 1st, 1865. TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNI VRSARY
OF THE
NEW YORK MERCURY.
Pride of the Fireside.
In the prirt'e of a vii'rong intllcrttinl
manhood, the Phenix of the weeMn-p begin
its fiihi for the new jenr, over the wrecks
of its flngging aim nicies conti'mi'oriinte.
with its rye fixed upon the sku, beneath
whit h it owns no rivalry.
The war, which has toppicd down what
ever is shallow and bas'eess, has written no
wrinkle 011 the bright rgis ol our success.
Our ft a lines for ihe issue of 1SG0 slwke the
;.ill 1 r of whatever h:is heretofine been d.-em
e.l iiiipeiial in seri.tl literature. Until sides
of the Atlunt'c render n trilute. W'e dmll
continue the thrilling roit'uiKes of Miss M.
K. Pradd.'N, iiecrninuiicer sf the strong
diirk p.is-ii'ns, to whom we pay more money
uniiiiiil'y thin the entire capital of imita
tors, and add to our American stuff the chum
pion jester of the cup and bells, Josh Bill
ings, who will commciiee with 'lie lir.-t of
January 11 series of his well known inimita
ble comic papers, written cxjuenly for us.
inhia irresistibly convulsive vein. IIar-
nn r t,- riu.scoT, ti,e mosi ponsned nnngi
nutive sketch-wriier living; P. T. Bar
NUM. the vorld famed shoman and anlohi
ographer ; Miss M. A. Eari. Fnirlax Bal
four, Dr. J, II. Robinson, and '-Ned Huii
tline,'' renowned nnd versatile novelette
writers, will eke out the sparkling contri
butions of such fuoiip poeta, fuilletouists, hu
morists, critics, traveler-, purugraphists, etc...
hs George Arnold, W. 0. E iton, Millie V.
Cur enter, George Alfred Town-send, Julia
S. Inerohain, Kdward Wil'ett, George Mar
tial, Joseph Barber, J A. Peiten, und oth
ers, iiuinerous enocgh und clever enough to
run ull the newspapers 011 the Continent.
The vivid pencils of Darley, M, J'iii, and
White, the first draughtsmen of the age,
will make the new volume pictorial, und
whatever of fugitive or meteoric note may
appear during '.he year, will at once be cn
:iged and made available.
In addition to its cri?p and telling edito
rials j its delectable Gossipers' Club, in which
(lie aplest and wittiest poems, caricatures,
and burlesques of the time first appear ; and
its coquettish Ladies' Promenade, tho land
subscribe their experiences, The New York
Mercury Vvill coi.tiuue the faithful and co
gent l'lioTvctunis of rorcLAH teopi.e,
hitrhlv illustrative of the oldest, ablest, and
artfulest folk of the em j the Great Fash
ion Article, by Jennie June, whose spright
ly note upon the latest ami most perfect
New York modes aro suggestive to leaders of
society everywhere, and universally consul
ted both in the metre polis and throughout
the country ; and commence a series ofiU
ftistruted Sketches of Grotesque odventure
in foreign climes during the. War, by Al
fred Trample ; as well as flin's Upon Cook
cry, by Henry Gosling, the raetripolitun
cuisiuier..
The fiast of the year will inaugurate the
thrilling original novelette by Doctor J. H.
Robinson, entitled :
A JL E T II E ;
OR.
THE CHILD OF THE CORD,
which will he followed by a new story by
Mies M. E. Braddon, written expressly for
the New York Mercurv.
f
Notwithstanding ih upward march 0
every article of luxury a"d consumption, and
our enormously increase outlay for the year
18GS, tlie Star Puper of the Republic, wit
its forty columns of sterling original matter'
will continue to be issued at six cents a copy
and sold by all newsmtn and periodical
dealers in America. Its long and hurmrabie
history insures its subscribes against to
csualties and fatalities which have swet
so many mushroom fournals off the hoard,"
and left their patrons disconsolate at the
loss ol their money.
To mail subscribers our terms are;
Cash in adv nee Single cnoifti a
year three copies, 67 ; six copies, s-13;
nine copies, SO. The party who sends us
620 for a club of nine copies will receive an
oililioual copy free. Six niontlis'subscrip-
n rei enuu.
Subscribers should be careful to write
plainly the nameof their oust cilice, connii
and State. Specimen copies sent free toal
applicants.
CAULDWKLL& WHITNEY.
Proprietors of The New Ymu Mercnr a
Nos,48 Ami street and 1 13 Fulton sire :
New YorkCity,
Dec.22d 64. 5 w.
M A LECTURE
ClLM TO YOUNG MEN.
Jbst Published ih a Sealed E.nveloh.
I'mcE 'ix Cents.
A Lecture on tke Nature, TrentmiMitand
Radical Cure of Spermaiorrhoea or Semi
nal Weakness, Involuntary EmiesioiiE, Sex
ual Debility, Hnd and Impediments to 3Iai
riage generally. Nervousness, Consump
tion Epilepsy, and Fits; Mental and Phy.
ical Incapacity, resulting from Self-Abuse
&c. By ROBT J. CULERWELL, M.d'.
Author of the "Green Book,"
The world renowned author, in this ad
mirable lecture. r.learlvnr,vaa f.nr. u:. .
. J I" " - v J "."HI HID UWII
experience that the awful consequencas of
ocn-Auube muy oe eueciuauy removed
without medicine,, and without.dangerous
su-gical operations, 'bougies, in6rument,
ring, or cordials, pointing out u cure at once
cerium, unu eueciuai. ny. wnicn every suffer
er, no mbttef what his condition maybe,
iiiuj cure niiiisau cneapiy, pnvatley. and rad
cally. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE A
BOON TO THOUSANDS AND THOUS
ANDS, ik; ; ; , T. :., .:
Sent under seal. . to. &ny, address, in a
plain, seuled envelqpe on tlie receipt of six
cents, or two postage sUmpg, by- addresina
CHAS. J.C. KLINE & Co
Bowery.127 New York P. O. Box 456
Ohio Blower,
11;
l i f e 0. 11 d e a d.t at
SOLD1EUS
.. ; Don't uo Kaek lo lltu War.
Many iWe died from Dianhos.t and Dys
entery in your rc;,;mcnt; now take wanr
ing and do not return without supplying
your knansaeks witti a bottle ol Dr. Stnck
laud's An'.i-Cholera Mixture remember
how many were gi.ved lust yeur by taking
it after being discharged and sent from the
hospitals as incurable. One dose will im
mediately relieve the most severe rase of
Diarrhoea or Dysentery. It is acknoul
edgej n core Chronic Diarrhea and Dys-
einerr. Now uon I neglect it, lor oil your
return a rl.unge of diet and wate:, etc
will most certainly bring on Diarrhffi-t, mi.
.'0 cem bottle of Dr. Strickland s .4,iii
Chnlira Mixture willrurd you and several
oilier'. It wil, Keep good in any climate.
Do not fail to tell your commits to put a
b:iile of ir in llieir knapsacks.
Hold by Druggists Hiulprepired only by
Dr. A. Strickland. 6 Past Fourth street.
Cincinnati, ().
March 24. '64. 1-y.
Soldiers we uiink Dr. fetricKlnnil is
quite right in advising you in his advertise
iient in our culumiiK ol to davs pappr to
lake a buttle of his highly recommended An
ti-cholcra Mixture in ymit knapsacks, it
mav save the lives ol muuy of our best sol
diers. Mothers, see th.it your sons do not
negh bl it. You can s; t it at the Drug stores
at 50 ten's per bot'lc It is the be.-t reiue
dv fur D'urihrei mi I Dvsentery.
Msr 21 'ri4 1 y.
lift. Stuicki.and's Ii'ino1it'S lor
ealu 'iy
Dr A.ComK.'i- Mt-Aitlmr.
Win. liii it. iishaw, IIuiiilcii.
NOTICE is hereby given thai Mary Mur
doch executrix of the Efiute of 'Pat
rick Murdock late of Vinton county, Ohio,
deceased, who was Executor of the estate of
James McComiell deceased, has filed her he
counts und vouchers, of the estate of James
McConnell deceased, for inspection anil fin
nl settlement; and that the same will be
for hearing on the 30 1 h day of December
1364. RICHARD CRAIG.
Dec. 811804 3w Pr obutc Jndg.
r 11 e
G 11 E A T
CO.Ml'ODEDUN FROM
OS
O
C3
cc
r- i -' if J
m
to
CHEROKEE - CUKE!
11 unfa'llng enre for Scrnintorrhca Sonlnal
Weakues, Nocturnal Ijiiiiom, uud ull disea
ses caused by soli'-pollntinn ; sucliss, Loss t
Memory, Universal Laudtudo, I'uius in the
Back, Dimness of Vision, Premature Old Ago.
Weak Norvcs, Ditlieu.ty of Brest nine Trimb
linff, Wakofiilncsi., Erirptions on the Face, Fair
Counturiance, Insanity, CiinsiiiiU't'on, an I u.l
the llirefnl complaint outlined by dcpariing
from the path ol nature.
This modkino is a s'unplo vcgotablo extract,
and one on wnicn all can rely, us it has bcci.
used in our practioo fur niai. years, and with
tlmu-nnds treated, it han not luilvd Ii. a ninirl'i
instant'O. Its curative powers l.avu boun suiti
ciunt to gain victory over tl.o most stubborn
case.
To those who havo trifled with their oonsti
tution, until they 'Milk themselves hiyon.l the
reach of medical aid, we would say, Despair
not! the Cherokee Cibe will resu.ru yai to
health and vigor, and afmr ull quack doctors
havo failed I
For full particulars, get a Circular from any
Drug Storo in tho country, or write the I'ro
prietois, who will mail frco to any ono desir
ing tho same, a full treatise In pamphlet frm.
I'rico 2 per bottle, or three bottles for
tnd forwarded by Express to ull parts ot tho
vorld.
Bold by (ill rosprctiMo dmgelsls everywhere
Ph. W. R. MKKWIN A CO.
Sole I'nopuiETons.
No 59 Liberty Street, New York.
Fob. 4 1864,-altw-lvr.
EMOIIUGE II0.1IE Wmp
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AMIJi DILL, PROPRliiTUH
Ii AJIDt iN , OHIO.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON H ND
AMD MAKES TQ OUDKU
mm
mi
r. i
Stoves, BMown, toHovv ware
AND
ALL OTHER KIND OF CASTINGS
J'-IIK undersigned is new prepared loc tcuU
X promptly all work ordered in hi lino of
business.. AU kinds of Castings usually made
at Foundries, will be kept on hand and for sale
at the most reasonable rates.
The facilities of tho Foundry situated, as it
is, in the midst of Furnaces whero the raw
metal is always to be had at a saving expunco,
must be eviden', to all ; and the s"beriber bo
ing determined notto be out.lono cither in the
quality or cheapness, vtfjtiu rnsnnfactures:
ssks for and hopes to recuivo the patronage ol
the community.
CAiE mill
We are manfaotorinjr the best anj latest Irn-
poved Case iliiLS. Those wishing wil
well to hand in their order in time.
BENJAMIN HILL,
nary 12th 1S68.tfc
NOTICE.
John Stevons Administrator of the F.tate of
Samuel Walker late of the County of Vinton and
StaVo.pf Ohio, deceased: has filed hlsaccounts
ana voucriera lor inspeeteon and lineal settle
ment and that the suue will be parsed upon on
tM9h,d7 ofJanoary A. I. 18i V
C ! - KIC1IAUD CBAIO,
U. 9thA D.I8e4-8w. Probata Judge
Jiistioei Blanks
.
iiiYbccIer fc Wilson's
SEWING" JM A CHINES'
Til V R EST I-' lISE,
PRINCIPAL OFFICE,
11 WEST FOIfltTII STUEET
(riKE'3 OPERA noi'HK J
T:ii it Ei:i t i ,
Ohio. :
t , .,;
A warded the' First
''. ' at run '
'- I't'iMiihitn
WORLD'S FAIR!
JUST ITKLD AT LONDON, '
Over tbo Co mi lii id (m'p'c riilon of I'.i
": rope m.a .nii.iKi, . . ;
at tub UN'ITEO ; STATES FAIRS
ti lJi.59. mid l!0
And Ihe Cincinnati Mcchmiics Insfiliitr,
FOR 'FOUR SUCCKSSIVr, YEARS,
wo havo taVen tlm Fjrst ri:mil, over ull
competition1, s tl,u '
Res' Faniil) seeing Ma-
RAVISH MADK, for over sivcn years, the
m.ist j.uiiulur Fuiuily Sowinsr Machine in
tlir country, end now employ inrr $1 .ii'ii,t)00 in
tbulr Inisliict'S, and niaKine Ion Ntasiiincs per
lay. they are prepared, with such rxlrin. nliiiu-
IJ lacilitiesuml txpenenco, to iriiarunte.j to t nc
purchaser cntiru sa tistiution. All our .iuue
iiiiiusnre made equally fccll, nnd aro
VARRrlTED THREE YEARS,
KF.ADTHE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS:
As all parties manufacturing.- Pewinu lla-
chincsnre obliged to pa Mr. llow-3- a fee lor
each tscw inn Machines sold, and r-.vlso eom-
pelleil to iiiaxo quarterly returns to him, stnt
iiir, u.iuVr oatli the uumbur sold, bis books
irivw n car reel -statement nf the velual minibcr
ot .Macliincs sold by tho dilforoiit niiinliicturers.
1 rom Vlns relinblosoureu wo havo obtained the
followinif reliable statistics, showiuy the r.inn
hcr of f?iv i itfr Machines disposed ol'durin'c ti e
hist year -reported., Tim prijii-ip 1 eompaiii
makinir tlicin are .Vl.cckr v son. I . At.
Singer 'Jo., and Urover i Dukur. Of the
Mac!.ln6 s0.it tr.cro wore sold '
Hy WIIKKLKR & WILSON 21,305
y I . M. hinscr as Co,,......., 10,0',S
Ii y Orovor.t Huker. ....10.-J80
SI'ow'.bl' tho salus of Whculer & WiUon to he
double sf any other eonipmiy.-N. Y. Observer.
no nave personally examined the various
Miebifiea' helbro tho nnblio. withnn anxious
desire to place beforo ourrcmloia leliabloinfor
mation. As tho result of sin h cxnihm;li.n.n-
niibcsHtitinirly rccomiMond Wheeler Wilson!
fecwu,r .usciii'ioe as tlie .Machine for fuiuily uso
C,...(. I ".vl.?in l.C.
" vwi 11 vtn invi,,u .it e:ne.
My llltlo dai Kliter. of nine rears teltes on
Macidncs Wl der Wilson's- .11. art, oil.
it, sr.d piits.il in place easily anil remit-,- ;,pi-is
its inrts. and perforins wih Ir nil Vditi"P
work. If he cm. malm lierown drrn-us. inclii:!
inu homiiilntr, (rathoriiijf nr.d setting in the
sleeves. Four i.ionth' 11 -e in ri.y family has
muilo it a nccecsity nnd a lnx,;rv.
Vo;V. Ii. IIoyktVm.
Wo uso tho Wheeler i Wilson Scvimr f n
chine, and ran say in rcTur ' in Ii that It is with
out a rival. No ether Much re t-x .-j-:,is i in its
sdnp'ation t'o ull purposes of ilou-.eitlit nso.
t'cientiili; Anicricun.
eit-1 for a circular containing specimens
of son-lmr, testnmH.i.'S, ,ri- , .
W.1M.IAM Sl'.M NKl; Ce.
June 3D, M- I 77 west K iirtlj sr.. Ciheinnati
--.';r ;
Mm
M K L L I F f, TT n r -
i 1URES CoiiHisv
C 'I 1. 1, 1 'I
I' i- u
- -,
A-'oi'i 1. nnd C
oirossiiry for mi 1 r
c 'lli'iliiiilts li try oil
:.i inn
i::hl.
Ml i-M;l ol'
:cU fit 1 i,.
' 1
ciivihr 1 -cm 1'
ri over u--oi. It im
' '--I I'lhe
Oil I V 1 lire t J...
llcclions ol' the Thnvit nil-1 L..ng.. hm Ii
Mies Nigh' Sweat? ,-m) .Si.inij.v ,,, ;i0 (
ml is an excelnt cind lor one t.:.,.
Sore Throat. Ii is .ih-f.-ani uila!.i'. nod :
ale medicine for infdiis. 1'iice TiO cents
per bottle. For sale by Drutnists lensne
March 24. 'Sllv.
LEGAL NOTICE.
T1IESTATKOFOI1IO. VINTON COUNTY
IN I'UOBATE COUKT.
Jnsenb WiKinx nr'ma. Pllff 1
of If Hum Aloxalider Dec Petition tr
oj-nst m ( Sell Kuiilty
Purub Alexundot ol al Daft. J
Zaearlull T. A leXlllldor it-ft(ni nnW ..j.)...
oftboSlato ofOhio. whoso residence Is nn
known, and one ol the AcirBatlnw of Susan
Alexander deceased. Will take notice that
.lisonh Wttt.ny ilmlnl.imfn. t ,1... T .
hiisan Alexander deceased, on tho !)th dav of
ICn.UIKl 1.!.. ... .
..v.vM.uv. uin puv,ki'-u iu me i ro-
bate Court within and for tho County of Vin
Inn Rlfltn of ObiA. &ll,r.ln l.t tl,A K ,
.. . , -..,.,..,.,,,. ..uu yor-iumn
estate ot said deceased is innulliciunt to cav bar
aepn aim mo cnargos oi a iministcring lior
estatejthat she died seized in fee tiniplo of the
following described real estate situated in said
county ol Vinton; to wit: Commencing at the
south weit romer of seetion number nino, (9,)
In township number nine, (9,) of range uura
bereignteen, (is,; thence north ninety one
rc-ls, thence east thirty four rods, thonco
south ninty- one rods, thence west thirty-four
rods to tho place of beginning, containing
tweutjr acres more or less, and that Sarah,
Zacanah TRcbooca E. and John W. Alexander
as her heirs at law. hold the next, ttn r,f
inheritance therein. -The
prayer of said Petition is for lh uln nf
slid jromiscs, for the payment of the debts
and chargoa aforesa d, said petition will Je lor
bearing on the 10th day of I e-emher 1864, or
as toon after as counool can be heard.
17 r.A.A .TilSCPII wil mv
E. A. Ebatton, Atty A dms. 8usan ilex-
lor i etmo sndr doccas.
GOOD NEWS AT LAST!
Tbs noror-lalllDg DO. RAI'FIAF.I, ii (be bask Be
ioocsMi when all olliw! hare biled.
ALL WHO ARB IN TROUBLE,
AU who hi Imoo anrortnnits, tJk wbow fond bop
ban Imh diM, ulntcd, crunheil, and bluwd, all who
bare bwo allured Lj falflo pruailM aod doccli, all wbe
bare been dtwive,l and tiided with, all go to htm lot
atviceand tut satisfaction.
Ila makes yonr DiisfortuiiM pass sway, Is makes the
Umdor and envy of yoar enemies fall bamlM, and bs
aiuUat your character aud nsuectalillUj la splUi of Mil
rvportfl and rumors. All a-ho are In doubt of tbs alToo
tloasof those IUi,y lore couvult lilm to reliore and eatieiy
Mr mlniU, sad to And out If their bright aud warn
bopos will be realiUKl.
IN LOVE AFFAIRS US NEVER
FAILS.
He has ." apertt of winning tho affections of the
eppoalte lie fuiil' tbe liugls to a wealth sod
tutppy marrlRRs, and niakM the married nappy. Hi
aid and adviee baa I,mu aollclted in inouuMtble la.
ftanoea, aud the result baa alaava been
A SPEEDY & HAPPY MARRIAGE.
Te make things more sore, he will ihow jon Ihe like
naa of
TOUR FUTURE IIUSBAND OR WIFE
He will toll yon their rlrcnsiHtanona and their futon,
prospects; and what la better than all, he can toll yul
lli.-ir tliuiiKlita and what tle-lr nwl" Intrntlnua aw
What la butter still, he eau tell Ju'uif tbey will make joi
happy.
Dr. Kiphact la, therefore, a inre dependence
Toall in l,iiniue!i his atlviro luluvaluable. llecan fore.
tell, with tho greatest certainty, tlie reanlt of all cem
nivrcial and liiislueeM tiaiiiaetlnas and aiwculatiutia. Dr.
Itaplmrl intriprela dieauia fur lottery numbers with ua-
(alling accu.a.-v.
u ttery uvmnzns
jiro Tilthonf wiy extra cliftr.
mOHE GOOD NEWSI!!
Pr. RAPIIAKL will cnt your Horoneope r writ
rotir nativity. Every nmn, ;roiiKU tlia IrUKth nl
DreadtU uf the land, tv ho han tal luck, aud who cut
0"t (tot on in tho world, should U iu jHWiuailun of hli
Ucro.t:i)ol and got Pr. liupliaeri
Written Opinion of hi Ftttnra Prot
pecti in Life
It will gnldo him to wealth, emlnnnoo, ind honor.
ThoiiAftiidri of good men, who wore imtbrtniiate and uu
lticc4?s!ifiil Id lia'ir biifiiit'Hrj nii-n who worked hard, and
who iritfcBl-d agitiiirit advercity aS niUturtuoe th
grnnter yjnz "f iht lives, aud wuo fbnnd tbe mora tbey
tried to put forward id the world tlie more tMnga weal
against thum: I'tieno men gut Pr, JUphaal'i written
opinion ilium their future protpects iu life. All tho
who wisely followed Pr. Kunliayl'a ndvlro are mow
RICH. HAPPY, AND SUCCESSFUL
In nil their undertakings ; whllo those who wcro blinded
by prejudice and ignorance, rit gkct(d Ida advico are ttill
laboiiuj; agaiudt aUrcrsity aud poverty.
Bo aspired
.WEALTH, EMINENCE, AND GOOD
LUCH
are within the reach of alt. If yon wtali to be rich aa4
nappy you will consult him alio. ,
GOOD NEWS for tho AFFLICTED.
He Im the Rift, and ran tell the afflicted the cause of
thulr disease aud iiinerlnir.. lie cao alno tell whether
they can be cured or nut, thus saving tho aulictod bott,
trouble and exja.-nMu.
Ceniultatioua d iilv, fiundays cicopU-d. Office boors
from III A. M. to 6. 1'. M.
All luterviowa aro atiiclly prlrate aud cenfldontlal,
Therefore wo aay, go one I go all I aud couault
ER. RAPHAEL
Tho Astrologer or tho 19th Contrary,
No. S9 EAST FIFTH STREET,
BetwevL Syvniuore Street and llnwlwaj,
CINCINNATI.
WPKICKS REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIMES.
II 0"Tcrni9f.,rVinltora. ladlea fifty MirtSjOutleinse
one dullar, fer each cuusnltatluo. When you call,
ASK FOR TUB DOCTOR,
It will prevent mlatakes.
tlT Peraons at a ilKtanre may comraunloate cost
dfxtiai.lt by letter, If they Inclwe ONE l'OLLAB, lor
ConaTi.latlon Fee, In each letter. All lettr, comu n
Bleatlens, and liitorvlcws, are alrlclly private and con
Silontial. No anmver will lip piveii to letters uulcat out
lllar la Inclosed as a Coiiailllatlou Fee.
a-ldrcaa all letter, aa followa I
DR. EAPHAEL,
BOX No. 2463, POST OFFICE,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Let It be CI winy on.
rntnod that the prleo named aa a ronaultatloD fee pejrf
Air a cuiivultution mily. Itcloeanot payforthe Hoctor'i
ritt'n opiiiiiui of jour future proicte In life. It doe
got pay for whimi'iK the atiectiona of the oppoait aex,
nor for th eoii'iiiiiuiatlon of a happy marrinite, nor for
doin nny oilier b,eiiiesa iinmvd in the above advertise
meat. Tho Doctor luei n liieil prhe for doing each anpa.
rate hciueaa. In your counultaiien with the Doctor, Jon
Ksru f! you can realize tho fond hoi noariwt yont
icart; ; 13 .vro told bow you can get all you want, and
tow yum- iu.H.new oii.ht to bo done (o that It can not
oill. Uo Mil! for. tell what lnyour DE.STI1H'. Iu abort,
tie will tell what la but'oro you, etc.
Cnntion to tho Public.
Dr. W. llaphiel, tho A'tiolocnr, baa no connection
with ritOK ICS.iOlt or Dr. V.' . Wl . Raphael, or with any
other gentleman of Iho aaiuo name.
Of Cut this advcrlh,eni"iit out. When yoa come,
brlr; It m It la you and ahow It to the girl who opens thi
door. To prerent u.lftakea. ask to
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELT.
Iff T itElMfpT E DR E A D !
Ar.it learn tlt.it n perfect and radical cure la warranted
an-i p:ura!it.d to all who aro arlllcled with weaknoaa,
do:i!;'y, nervoiw coniplaiuU, melnnehuly thuuiihta, do.
pressi-nt of apirita, dMivaa aud angiilah of mind, loes
f ilivp, leea of memory, lo-a of energy and mnacnlar
r :-vcr, puny Kroivth, wa.4tinir away, niul a want of con.
I denco In thmni'.tvca. fainting iiia, ciuvulaive tram
biina, iniit'i.eeard'll!.tiHt ol'lifo.
-) 1IKAK WHAT TIIK MKDICAL PHE33 SATS.
Bomo phyaleiana require to lie told ll-.e nnttiro of your
dlaeane tiio KN'OLIMII ItflTANIO PHYSICIAN does
not. Ilia (terfect know le.ig? of the human ayatrm onablei
blm to deacribe th diiewiea without any Information
from tho patient, to explain Its originul cause, and to
fi-tinrtnteeftn cure. Aud, n-lintla more Talualde still, )
will homnlly en I fiankiy tell wbotber you can be cured
or not. All l.ia comniunicatlona and Interviewa are
I'llctly private and culillJerm.il. Mrdical Journal.
Tho Hotauio Kemedlea of Dr. It-iphacl, the Engllah
Botanic Pbyaiclan, navcr failed yet to tunke a perfect,
radical, and permanent care of ALL PRIVATK, SK
CIIKT, AND VKNKHKAL D1SEAHK8, without tho nil
of Mercury, wilhout biDderiuco from buaineaa, and
without fear of discovery or expoeuro. Ko deadly pol
aona, audi aa arsenic, mix Toinica, opium, or any other
poisons. Ko niorcury norairy deadly minerals nothing
butpuroly Vegetable liotauleal Keiaedies aro used 1J
this rfouuoifui Dotanlo Phyaician. Ilia Dotanlc Heme
dies uever yet failed to cure the moat obstinate and the
most dangoruua cuaoa, and to remove ail mercury sod
other impurltioa from the Byatem wheu all other Ilemd
dies bad failed. Medical Journal
GOOD NEWS KOU SINGLE MEN COSTEMPLAT
I NO MAIIKIAQE. Hear what the Baltimore corres.
pondent of the Oddfellow. Beonaboro, Maryland, aaid
on Tliuraday, the 81st of May ,1SC0.
" Numerous curca of diseasj. caused by early indiscre
tion having been porformed by the Kuglieh Ilotauic Phy
sician. 1 feel It my duly, having a knowledge of them,,
loatatotlio fact, believing that in duingso I may'doa
Serrice to the suner-i:g. One case in particular thai
of a youtg man lu this city is worfty of noto. lie had
become the victim of a habit, tbe tne.- allusion to which
causea a sbudder, and after years of eufterlng and doctor
log gave np all bopea of recorory, lie wiabed to marry,
aud waa dearly belorod by aa awect a girl aa evor lisped
words of affection, but be aa fo&vKd, nervous, and pros
trated, lie dered not wed on auunut of the abattered
state of blc syvAu. He sought relief at the hands of the
Botanio Ph.M.Wn, and, aalonishbrg aa It may aeem, all
the bloom sl.,1 T.'vor of youth baa roturned, and he Is
now thv oi 4 vr of e pair 01 bright boys."
Any .o aA lAfforing, uo uatter what then eea
plaint, a call oathe Botanio ,'byaiclanoonfldentlally.
They may rely npoa relief. Die offi, la at No. 69
SAaT y) FT11 Bet. Sycamore Bt. and Broadway, CIM.
Width J -2d Col.
NOTICE TO BRIDGE
BUILDERS
Tho Commissioners of Vinton county
will meet near the dwelling of Henry
Hotlines in Clinton Township on Saturday
February the 25iA 15C5, ,
at one o'clock. P. M. for the purpose of
letting ;o the lowest responsible bidder the
building of a Jrestle Bridge at the crossing
of 'lie creek on the road leadinp- from Mc
Arthur and intersecting the road leading
from Hamden to Alletisville, near said Hof-
fines dwelling.
By order of County Commissioners,
.
A. N. COZAD,
Fob. 9th 1865 4w Auditor V.Co.O.
VTOTICE is hereby triven that the'snbsaribni.
iA; h as been duly appointed Administrated- of
tho estate ot w imam Dudley, late of yinton
county. Ohio, deceased. ' ' ;
Feb.l6,'5 3-w. ZIMBI HOLD REN,'
The' ircsT "
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Weekv
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- IKY CIRCULATION!
F nil ItrporlTJf Canie nnd
frodiue and Othtr '
iTIrrkcia.. , ,
rROSPECTUS.
EW YORK DAYBOOK
I or 1885.
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BEKOEF TAKING THE - ATTEA TAKING THI
falixir. Kliiir.
r: WUIMTS
UEJUVENATlNG ELIXIR!
OK KSSENCE OF LIFE.
FltErARED FK0M PlIRB VkOEIABLB ExTBAOTS
CONTAINING NOTHINO TO INJUMK THB
HOST DSLIOATI .
Tbn T?n!t, trnn.tlni X-llvl. is . .
orn discoveries in the vegetable kingdom; be
ina an entirely new and abstract methnH
cum, irrespective of all the old and wornont
sy atoms.
Turn t modicine has boon tested by the most
eminon medical men of the day, and bjrlhem
iirtuiouiiceu 10 ne one oi me greatest medical
diccovorics of the age.
no Dottle win euros (ronoral Debility. "
fear doscscures Hysterics in females.
no bottle cures Palpitation of tbe H,eart,
A few doses ros tries the organs of generation
From finA to t.Hrnn Knttla vABn.Aa ii
.V .. '"...um.Bwiu. ,uv "Bun
nell! and full vigor j)f yont h.
j lew aoses restorestlie appetite.
Three bottlos cure tbs worstcaseof linpo-
enoy.
A lew doses care the low spirited. ;
Ono bottlo restores mental power. ,
A few doses bring the rosos the cheek '
Tlllfl mA.linino rmitn... ftn v.1 .
robust health the poor debilitated, worn dowa
and despairing devotee ofsensnal pleasnre.
Thft li.lW. AnArv.U.1 .AH.t. tl . .
-"" vu.ii, uo uor ias ged
man of business, tbe victim of nervous depres
sion, the Individual suffering from general de
ll'fi7 from weaknes'of "ingle organ, will
... wv nuu uqiu.UDU, rOltei OY ti
use of the Elixir or Essonce of Life.
irice, t per bottte or three .bottlos for 5.
and fOrwarHAfl Kv Frnrnaa a. maaI..
OV. to anv Hd.lraaa. -
Sold In McArthnr at Dr, A. Condoe Draf
JAMES WARD,
SADDLE&I1ARNESS
. Manufaclurer.
Mc ARTHUR, OniO.'. '
tWAERAKJS. : ALLWorK
KeCDS conatantlv on hflnH arrl t'"-
Bfall at the lowest nrinnn. " '
dies and Darnesa of every AfthTTi
and Warrants1 his work' for? Adm, Bri
Call and examine; lt'. -r .JiSption
the (Jonrt llouse. , tlillt Tears.
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