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liie ilcArhur Democrat
OFFICIAL ORGAN UT VINTON COUNTY,
LOCAL DEPARTMENT
FCF tlOL NCT1CJS SJ.E rOUBTBPAOE
U TBUl BOAD TO WEALTH, M TO ADTEeTISI
xr irrj.r. . TKRM8, PAY )N ID VANCE.
Mokey Wanted. We hope our
-fyvwnda who are indebted to us will
iiut be bnckwftrd in paying what lliev
owe us. In our Absence, Mrs. lira
Ud will receipt; for the same.
If loo Bre Sick., cull at Dr. Condeo's
tasliDrng Store and getja prescription.
An ounce ot preventative is worth a
pound ofcuro. tunny a long iptll of
icknees has been prevented, by ta
king proper remedies in time.
Lrdoer and Mercury. VVe are
recivinj? Bul)8criptiona tor tht Ledger
and Mercury at the lowest prices at
tl:is office. Now is the time to sub-
anriha.
Godbt's Lady's Book litis model
nugazinn for April ISG5 is on onr ta
ble, it far excels any previous num
ber. Our lady friends bIiouKI by all
moans have a copy, the fashion plate-
alone are worth more than the prief
of subscription. Rnrnmlior wo fur
ni?h the wuk. with llu Domocrat for
$4,00 per annum.
Madam Dim uejt's mirror of fanh
ton for March ha boon received.
Tiiis is ono of the most thorough
book ot tiiflhiona for luyJinj Drrasus.
Oloaks, Bjiinots, Hats and Jewelry,
tlirtt is published in the world, every
ludy should have a copy, you get h
hii'jet of i'atorns with each maicim
with fill directions fur cutting &c ,
which is worth the subscription. On
ly $3,00 a year, we will guarantee
you will be satisfied with the work.
Call at this oftioo and subscribe.
"The Late Congress"
Tho New York lribrne thus com
munr.ya an article under the abovt
caption:
A rather slow evangelist owe
preached to a slim Western audience
n sermou which it it had doalt with
Clio most momentous possible theme,
might have been pronounced dull.
At tho close ho sent around his hat,
huping to sjcure thereby some
aliomcnt for hia carnal nature in re
qiilttal for tho flpiritnal annua he had
lieon dispensing, but was disappointed
by its return to hi id absolutely empty,
Looking intently into the "aching
void," he turned it upside down,
shook it vioro i&'y and finding the r '
bult to he still nothing he exclaimed,
"Thank fiud 1 h:tve got my my hat
back from this congregitionl"
Every rea-wner can draw his own
inferonc and apply his own moral.
"The Late Congress" WOOL TRADE
Messois. Ulvv.irl A. Oeene&'.N) ,
ut Now York, report to us tho range
of prices in that city at tho opening
of the proscnt inouthhowing that, ac
cording to tliuir gra ling, Ohio, I'enn
evivania and Virginia ranged from
90o to Now York and Wise.n
iu Irom S5 to 96c Michigan from
90 to 93j Indiana and Illinois Irom
7'i to i)5c Tho Economist, remarkw
on last week's market "The market
has been exceedingly quiet, and the
trade asserts that prions are lower
and Uepressod. Wo don't think so.
Fine Ohio fleece is now worth from
$1 to $1 05, and choice Pennsylva
nia SI 05 to 1 10, which is over
half a dollar payable in gold, and ful
ly uearly eqnul to the full average for
ton or fifteen years. When wool
sold the past fall at $1 10 to $1 18$
ia this market, the price then wim
sot actually worth over 40 to i'2:
per fi. in gold, because our paper
currency was more depreciated than
now. And hence we maintain that
wool commands a higher price to day
than it has any tiui t tUW season.
An Emigrant Swindle cut of $1,
900 by tub Confidence Game. A
sad aud pitable case ot villittny came
to our attention yesterday. Ibe iact
ure briefly, that an emigrant and h e
lainiiy came down on tho steamer
America from Pittsburg, arriving
here yesterday morning. The family
are en route for Bloomingtou, Indiana
where they . propose to locate. We
omit their names by request. Short
ly after the arrival ot the steamer, the
head of lamily started up the levee to
take a view of the city. Arriving at
the -loot Sycamore street be was over
taken by a well dressed young man,
when, the lollowing dialogue took
place. 1
Yoprigman- Stranger,' I, am told
you ar emigrating to the same towo
in lndiana'wuere 1 reside and do bua
inesi ia selling goods. My name is
Balsy. ' ,''
Emigrant I am . glad to f ee yon.
Balsy If you ara going up this
treet, 1 will accompany you. ;
Emigrant Yes, sir, I am going to
lootfat the city.
The two started up Sycamore-street
ami were met near the corner Of Syc
amore aud Lower-market by truth-
fe"0
ipicsoutcu u.iu ( a utu ui iji.ifiju,
baliitico on gome goods wliich dad
Ibtsen sunt down t the 8k'innr Ann
ricn. Balsy Landed the Iniltkr of the
hill a cheek tor S3 500 on tho First
National Bank ot Chicago, ami u.-ked
for the change. The check hub re; ure
Ualrty tuen aaud our uusunpecing
emigrant it he would loan bin 'ho
money, and they would go np to tin
Bank and gut the same cwlioJ. The
emigrant piomply (otiHWift d, hih'
gave Balsy tho !jf 1,500, who handed
it over to the holder ot tho bill took
his receipt.
'1 lie emigrant and Mr. Balsy then
started up Sycamore street for the
bank. On tho corner of Third and
Sycomore, Baly (of course atietit'ous
name) told the emigrant to wait on
tlic'sido walk while he twent upet iirn
to attend to Some hiiHiuexs, hiiI Ii.
would rej iin him in a lew in nu'e-,
The emigrant waited aom.-tiuii, j.k:,
ay did noi return. Th'j emigrant
wont op stair in search o lUUy, Lut
did not find him. Tiie now appaiant
swindle flasliei across his mind lie
returned to ibo steamer and ii'orm
ed his wife and tfio offleers of the
boat. The police officers were put in
posesaion of ; lie rti'iir, hut tu clue
could be ontained as to who perpo
trated this consummate piec of vii
liany. The bW was a severe one
to this family, ,or it took nearly all
they had saved up hard earning, b
is truly lamentahle t. at where so
mnch is said in thu daily prom 'about
the conlidenoo swindles, that there
are so many iinsopliiKtica'ed ha to be
duped by these nurcilens scamp!.
State nf Ohio. Vinton
Common Pleat:
County Cour of
Sarub K Jilin.un. Plaintiff,
VS.
Di vnroo
atil All
Richard A. Juhniwn. Dpfndnrt I
-Kiehnni A. Johninn nf NVvurk. i i ihn conn
ty nf Lickinu. mid Htuto nf Ohio. ;n
ntioe that Surah K Inhn-'on did i.n Hie 8M1
day f March. A. 1. IHf fllo hur .)l!iii in
tlie ( 'lork's oCicu of rho Cown i,f romnon HImi.h
fr Vinton county. elmrKinir him, the Hai l
Ku-liurd A. Johnon. with cxtntiiB om-.lt I
(trist notfloet of duty, and pmyiiii Mint tho
wild Surah K. Johnann inuy bu divorced fron,
the aai-1 Richard . dnhnmn. an ' r'.tr Mini mv
lid the-custody .f lliuir chil.i. h S..!hn
on; whk-h naid potition will be for hoarlnif nt
niu next tcrmoiimi't qnrt of Onnmm I'lcun
SARAH R. JOHN N.
Ey Contabm Shivkl 'I . 'V
maroh 9, '65 -B.
SHERIFF SA I.E
State of Ohio, Vinton Count;.
Booth & Braley, Pltff In Court o
Airuinat V
ohiel Frazoe et.al on Vcinli.
Ihn beira at luw,
BT virtue ofnn order faale t, me dirocted
from the tVmrtof Oomnmn I'lcua, of Vintcm
County Onio, 1 will offer for aaln t th li,.nr
of the Coi'rt Wouno. on
Saturday theiiiulduy of April 1865.
At tho hour of one o'clock P. M.. nt'aalil Hnv.
tho t'ullowing Real Kaliite to-wit: The eaat
Mult ut tho east half ol. In lota numbered, re-
iVvel i HeW 1 hirtv-tlirun iiml I'LIn, l,.i. . l
tue Town of llamdun. in xuiil Voilon cmoiiy,
aiidSttito nf Ohio, auhjuct to tho dowur in
terest ot isnncy r razee.
Taken u-i ihii proporty nf Jehiel Fruzie, et. al
his hiors at law, to autiafy a jn Ig ntsn-, of n'orc
taid Cmirc, in favor of llontli & Uridey
Appraised aa 'ollnwa. to-wit: Kuat half of
th'ieait half of In tut nu in her tliirry-thrce.
attwo hnn Iru i an ' twouty Nvo d.illrr.. a n I
tho ea-t h:,f of th-5 easr. naif of ln-lut mini mr
thirty four, alaixr.y-aix dollara, and niua
brinitwo-ihirda ot that mm. t
TKRJfS o naif, cash in hand.
H 8. Hamilton J.J.SMOrKKY
Ati'y f. t Pl-ft" Shff V. Co. O.
Maroh 23. I8H5 5w
NOTICE TO BRIDGE
BUILDERS
Tlir CoinmiisinneM of Vinton county
will meet near the ihvelling of Henri
Hotlines in Clinton Town'iii on
cat unity th&S'hdti, f April 13t5
atone ociock. r. tn. lor the mirp.ise o
li'ttin" to the lowest rfsiUnsihle bidder the
building o' a trestle Bridge at the crngfinir
oi 'lie creeK on the rond leading ruin M
Arthur and nuer.edin ihe rund lendini'
t .an .ii ...V
I ruin nmnaeii to aiieusviiie, near suid liol
fines dwelling. -
By order of Conntv Ciiin.-niBsiniierfi
H.C. WOO:tE.
March 16 1865-4w Auditor V.Co.
BUILDERS MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
FORTS MOUTH DRANCI1
ON and after Thursday, February S.
regular PaKHenijer Trains will run in cou-i-ection
with the Traina on main lino between
Portsmouth and Cincinnati, aa foiluwa :
Leaves Purtymoulh at 6:li A M . arrive at
Pinnoer at 9:85A.M.; nrrivea at Purrland i
10:04 A.M., arrivuH ta Juckaon at lo:57. M. ;
arrives at llumdnn at U:E0 A.M.; arie av Ciii
cin ati at :J5 P.M.;
' Leave Cincinnati at 8:30 A.M.; leave Mam
don at 3:00 r.M.; arrive at .luckann t 8:84 P
M.; arrive at Portland at 4:21 P.M ;rrivol
Pionc-jr at 4:50 P H.; arrivei. at Portsmouth at
i.-lli P.M.
Accommodation Train depart from Port
month at 11:45 P.M.; erriveHut Pioneer al 4:8
and de9aru nt 4:50; arrives at .lackaon nt 6:. 4
and Hamdn. kt 7:80. Departs MO .M : ar
r'.vesat lackwm at T:3S; arrives at Pioneer al
9:35; and arrives at l'rrinoutliat 11:41.
Through Ticket to Cincinnati can he obtain
ed at Portsmouth, Portland, and Jaokson, at
the following rates:
Portsmouth to Cincinnati, 4 00
Portland- " do .400
Jaoknom - do 4,00
ROUND TRIP TICKETS.
From Pertamouth to Cincinnati and return
8.00 Tickets front Portsmouth to Marietta
and Parkereburg, f 3,00.
m r,. .N'HNDnRAND.Sup't
R. W. QUADE. Asais't Bnp't
Feb.JSth 1864-lyr.
NOTICE.
John Stevens Administrator of the Entate of
oamuei waixer late ortbe County of yinon and
8tate of Ohio, deceaaed: baa filod hla acconnU
ana voucnera tor inspeoteon and lineal settle
meat and that the sane will be passed upon on
th30tb, day of January A. D. 185
... v RICHARD CRAIG,
Bm. JtJ 4 D.lWi-lw. PNbaUJsdf
a
U. S. 7-30 LOAN.
By minority o. th. Secretary of th.Tr.a.
nry , tha a ndeibigned btf aaeumad the Omiti.
41 Sabl,criPt'0 1 Afeicy fur tnu ! of United
buu ieanry bmm, bearing tevtn and
tinea tuutha per ceut. iutereat, per annum,
Kiiown aa II
Jf A' VLN- TIIIR TY L OA If.
These note are Uaned under date of Anjruet
15ih, liti, and are payable three yeaie' from
that timo. in curranoy, or are ' von ver tibia at
the option of the holder Into
U.S. 5-20 Six percent.
GOLD-BEARING BONDS.
Thene bond are now worth a prem'nm f
nine per cent., inclndn.g gold interest from
Nov , which make the actual profit on the
7-30 loan, at current ratea, iuolndinK iutere t,
abouttenpo; cent per annum, beaidua iU cx
einpiiun from State an I municipal luxation,
which aild.-iruinuue tothne po- cent, niorj.
aivi rdiug lothe lar luvied on oi hur property.
The interest ia pujuhle aemi annua, ly by '.n
aniiattavhfd to inch uole, which may bo cut
offund eold to any bank or banker.
The iutureat umounta to
One cont per day on a 51 note.
Two cent on a f 10 note '
Ten on a sw) not4
2 on a llOdOnote
Ion 5000 note
Note.iorall donomioatione naruoj will be
promptly furnUbed upon reeoipt of (ubj rio.
tiu. Thi a v
U OAlY LO.tt IX MiliKJ
now i.ffercd hy tbu OuVBrumeiit, and it ia c i n
fidoutly expected lliul iu kupeiior adv iuui.
will muku tt ilto
i:iH'.t-i iiiiiini 1 1 T.i. hi ..I., ...ii.- ..........
Less than joo .000 .net, remaiu .o.n.old, wlncu
wiii(iu'Miiij UJ 'llapii.il ul Vl.lt II tllJ ilex.
tf J or 9'id.iys, .vh-..ii una ihl.m ili mi I nnuoi y
coinliiuii.l u un iniiliu. a liu.a n iii i'.ii:. ...
tlio aM un vUdn tUj iu 'MjripUiiii.i i-i .i.iur
Loan-.
In order liat eii iuijao! evjry to:i i-i I aj .
liniioitlie country muy hi ud'-rdo l i'.i:iii.,.)a
Iur taking Hio inaii,lliu Naiioiui U.niia. Sulo
Uaiik.a.aud i'rivalu Bankuri thr .u'i-mt tli
tlM
ui-;
cimii-ry Lino jc.iurady iijrrjcd urucuivu
sci ip i.ui-ai. pui ., SuiKajn bjrc will ajicot ili .or
n umi.ia. in wit. in I li.-y lM1 c.n.fi Ic'ao,
ami wliuoiily uiu In !)) ..n-ibi J I'jr liiu dj
livery of thu nut lui which ih.y icu-iv i
'Icr'f. J.v x t.u'JKK.
M'BscmiTiuN aot.Nr ridl.il n, Inn.
tti'ttacHiviUNS will ul uloi.ivmi by the
t'irat Naliuiul liunk of tiiiilicoihe,
Kirui National Bunk of Cincinuuii.
Mur 2d 'Go iii. to.
THE NINTH NATIONAL BANK
I F THK CITV OF NKW Y"UK.
( AI'llAL, $1.000 000. F.H ,,
FISCAL A(ii NT OF nil'; UMTKI)
STATES.
And. Fi'kcut, Aoknt tun Jav I'ooxg, Sciiirif-
lill OhNT,
Will do ivor 7-.W Soto Frou of ulmtira, by ex-i-roaa
to all p,ita of the u niiitrr, an 1 ruc.dvo
in paymunt :tim.-k mi Now Y'irk. I'hiludcl
pliia, un l Uoaton, currn; l,,l . unl jll fl -i
ior cunt, iuloroiii notca, i th in'or.:t to da'e
nf ubcriiti.!ii. Ordara eout by mull will bo
promptly filled
Tina liuiik receives tho account of Banka
and Bankers on favorable turma; ulao of iodi
nu.s keeping Now Turk accou.i tn.
J. T. II1LU Caah'r. J. N. OitVIS I'rea't.
in ir -li 2. '65- 3i" n
SALFOF HEAL F.ST TE
1EI OF PIlomiE :4l)RT
Tkr. S!aie of Ohio, Vinlm Ctuntv :
I i .... . . e
i'fc'ii n lie, x flUinr l
StiMin A'exui der, deo 'd Pl'iff
VS.
final, Ah xurdcr et. al. Tori.
1'i.o it l,t.hy Kivrn thiit I
An order
of rale.
ill offer for
iii-iie .ale. n t remiatain Iti-.hlan.i
-I if. inn n citintj, Ohio, on
Sut uidmj . Mat ch 187, 1 865.
iMwecn the i honra f m O.t.iocl. A M
o c ock M.t.f Mudday, to I he highest l.i,),,r
Iho f.illowinK real e.-tute Mtnut.d in ld Vin
tn county, a tho property ..fSMI1 A,.xan.
i.;r. deceased Into of Vinmn e. nnty. to
'V.1""1 n;-"" at the south we-t er of
se.u.n ni.mbcr ni..-, in township mnbr
me .,f rate nmnher .dh-ee.,; t.ie' co north
nincM-one n;d.a. tl.en.e oaat tl,irtv-fnr rod
thmicH aonih ninety-ono roHs. thence west
h.rty four.Mdato,,e ,,cc of lve . Z " .'
u...,n..ten,y acre. A miraia,,! t' "ZlZ
.Ir.d and twenty five dnll,ir
no third in a.x month and nne-third in
weJvo ino.iMia; ,,efBlrBl, p:,,me)U , J
day'of IIT"" 1,,,m'Ke, 'ith i",erB"t ,rom
JOSEPH WILCOX Adm'r
. s"-"'n w4Iexandr, dee'd
Bkattom Art'y for Plt'ff.
Feb. 16.-85-.4w.
A LECTUliE
TO YOUNG MEN
Just PtiBtiaiixDiN a Skalid Knvxlom.
PICI Six I 1N1B.
A Li'ctureoii Ike NMiure.Tr. ntmontautl
Radical Cure ot Siierma'jrrhneii or Semi
iidl VVfakni'ss, lnvuluitry EniiBinn, Spx-
uui ufoimy. !i,i a, imped, nvm to itf,,r.
ri-ge Ken. rally. Nervousness. Cn.s ,,-
Him Kpilepny. uml Fiis; Menial ami lhy
uat Innipaci'y, resulting I rein S. If AW
&. B.i ROB T J. CULVER WELL M )
Author ul the -Green Bunk.' . "i
Tin world renowned nuthor." in this ad-'
imr .bit Lecture dearly i.rnves lr ni hi. nun !
experience that the hivi.i1 cons q-.enrjm.f-
...-rn.iisB may ue eneriUMlly r. innveil
wiilmiii medirine. and withoui (Iniureri.u
Mi gual nperatiuim bo gie. inru.nent.
ring ..ni.rdiiils. imimiufr out a .ureal .n,o
ceriuiii and tfJecitnl. by which eien aoffe,.
er, ii' in .tt-r who.' his cumlitiun iw 1
mui cine hiinall rheapli, p.iv..tlev hi;I rad
. allj- THIS LEG I URE WILL PROVE A
BOOM TO THOUSANDS AND THOUS
A DS. ,
. utui i.uurr st-ai. to any addiess, ink!
iuhiii. seaie.i euveioi. on the receipt of six
cents, or two p..sii.ee6thmpg by addretinu
CH4S. J. C. KLINE & Co
Bowery,127 N- York P. Q. Box 4.1 i 6
NOTICE.
The nnderslnfJha been duly appointed and
qualified administrator of the cttt'.e of W.
a. ixD(f, .ate ot v in ton . ounty , Ohio, deceased.
t hose) having claims against t!.e estate will
preaenl them to the onder-ipned tut allowance.
UKORGE L. WILL.
Feb. 23, '6S-8w.
-Balls Ohio Mower
HDLBERTS CORNER,
BDr. A.
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LEGAL NOTICE.
'
Sl'ite of Ohio Vititim Comity
John 0. yninn.of Plttshnrifh. in the Ptalo
of Ponnsytiuiia. will take notice tlmt Ala.-j
List., ii, ..I' i tin Count) .fVlrto , in the Ht.it..
of Ohio. . j, on the iCih day of Docuoibor A !
ai!4. fil her I'otiiion in tlo Onnrt of Cnmmnn
Plena wirhin and for said Counti . i-I'Viriin.
si d Si,,te n Ohio, hl'hi list the siiiil I Win It
Qniin, taful Alieo Q-iinn, Heriiard 1110,1,
Jamas Qninn. t'ntharine Qninn. I'nlrii k II
Qnino. Almond Smile Jr. and Martin cO'-aili
uufciiilants. scKinir forth that ahout May A . 1)
1839. Khenser Li-ton the hnahaiid of the uid
Maiy l.i.-ton pnrehaaed from Patrick Qnlnn,
among ntl era the f. HowIi.k Dnct of lend .1.. wit
HcKinni g 170 n.ean.l 7 links north from t he
south east corner f Secii 'ii niimhcr ton t wn
ship eitfht run if 0 six'uen in the O hio coinpania
pnn-li.-.-o iln nee north one eyrce. and six
tniniites eiot 84 M.les find IS links; thence
no.lh 70 denue wct 1(19 ,olos ami 8 li-iks,
S"Uih I 5 fimin. wel 43 "lcs an I 18 links henc
snuh 70 iletrrecs east 1 49 polos and S links to
the place ot beniiiiiinir That on the S-Ul day
of May A.I) iV. the aid Patrick Vininn aid
Alice Quinn his wife, executed a deed of that
date M said Khenrior l.istrn for said Inn J.
Intel ding to convey the smiie. but that (here
isamistakn in said deed in ihis. tliat instead
of ilcscritiinif t'lOiib'ie land, t desctih the
lands a-tollowinif to, wit; IWIaiijii 170 poles
and 7 links nor h f thuwuih ensl comer of
'.huseo'ion lownshipnnd rango iforosaid thence
ii'irth "tie degree ft niinit east ft' pole, und
IS link, tho. ice went 20 minuta north li9 p.-le
ami S link, lln nco south one ilegreo and six
minute west 94 miles and 19 links, thonceeaat
20 miiiiita south 1 69'(ilea a id 6 link to the
tdin-e of boiriiining. "And also, that. ty the
last will of the suld Ehenezer Listnn thj
plaiutilT become thu abanluta owner of the land
first ah ive described, and that she his sold said J
lands to tho said Almond Smiles Jr and Martin
f..ft..tit un.l n..i,i..a iliui I.. ...1... I
..,-..i k.-i .... uiuitiuiii'mh
title to said lands, the -aid defendant a Alice
Qui.,.,, lohn l Qnin. Bernard Qninn. J.me.
Uninn. I'lithariiieUuinn. Patrick II U linn, hv
ordered to a exeeuie deed for tli sm.. to f h.. '
said Almond Smiloa, and Martin McOrath and '
tnat. in cfaitlt t ere ots.nd order ahull nperato ,
a siicn eon, ami aiso, innt j'Mgment De
leni on
ranrtW4) l against tne said de'enlant
Qninn. .rohn 1) Q ilnn. Horns-; Ql:nn
yninn,l,atiuirin.; y,nn.n.id Patrick II. Qninn. I
and in f.vor of tho idaintifffor her coats herein
Mot n.lii.s ruling A .l ti... u..t.l f
a r
yiinn a iiojiflnl tint be is required lo anncar
... . .
and answer sai l rt Tion on or before the thir l
Saterday alter the 11 dav of March A. D.
A. D.
si. '
Jan. 5th. IS65
Vary Lis ton.
Shi vi 1 her Atty
D
,
Aliealtn.
'
NOTICE.
ohn Tee Jr. an
uu ..... vouch-
ettienien'. and ,
R.ber- Clark Unar.lini nf J
i u-ane iMrami has ti cl hiaccO'iLb
crsf-ir liis(niotioii and jarlial settienien'
that iheaiim : wi II ie 1
ia-a.d npnn on the 30th
ItlCIIARDCRAIO
Proha-e Judge
dayotJ-iniarv IbHj
Dee. x9.h 1M4. 3w. Proha-e Judip
NOTICE.
of C.leh Sh 'r. late of the County ofVir.tnn,
and 6'nte of iliiio. dece.asod, baa filed hor acr
coot V and vmichera fr inspoctlon and fi.ial
acU wtent.md that the same will h. fur hear
ing Oh the lllh day of February 18 5 '
RICHARD CRAIO,
Jaa'y 19;hl85-3w
NOTICE.
-Hiram Newton Guardian of Alva C. Newton
hat- filed hia accoruita and voucher, for isopee
tionand final settlement and that-the lam.
will be for hearing on the Kith dav of Februa
ry 185. . RICURO CRAIG.
Feb. J. :,,-$ Probat Judge
AJQTICK it hereby given that trie subscriber
JL baa beea duly appointed Administrator f
tho.eitate of William Dndley.lat. of Vinton
eoonty, Ohio, d.eeued.
Tk. 1, ' fr-w. ZIMSI H0LDXI5.
NOTICE. MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
IS gSJEgg
,..i.! af,tr Mmiday, Ool,,h.r31 IM4. ami
uiitill tcithor notico, trains will run a fol-
M AIL HOIXO EAST, ,
l...v.,..-i,.iUnai i at T:4'1 A, .: Iave Love
.' '.'. xi ? I ri".t Chillict.,e ,
I M .; Leave Cliilluotlie al. 14.50 P.M
leaves llumJen .l.uwli.ii, al 2 : 1 i P. M, vnv.
IcA rthnr.iu Mi P. M.: ,MV, Z.ile.ki. at 3 ol
1 M , loav.-a Allien, at 4:1S I', M. Arrl-
b:,,;rT:i:,if.MM.l,-M-!"r,,w mi
MAIL G'lINrf WEST.
land at A:rA P.
I leave Love
arrives at finciunatti ai
70O P.M.
Zuleski FrMicht earjlnv raasoner. ra-sc
- Tin. Acciiininndiiti.in Tr iln T n.. ro no ..
at V'Jtl A l . .... - "... iLllllcotlie
t .M A M., arrives nt Cmcinnatti at 10 '5 a
M ; leaves (.oneii.i , 8:30 I'M arrl';,.,";
t illicthe at 8:50 P. M. ' BrrlvC!''''
1-.11. ectmns : ,na,'.e at Loveln,l wi,h
nan t..anilfromCol,i,hns:fd at
la.ta at 7.t-'- i e,e Athens at . I0:3l A.
th.V "iJW w". .V 45.A- '"''?-
5 i1a ' ;,mJ',n ' "iioti .ti at I2:3-J
A.M.--Arr,vesal Ohitlicothe at 'M.;
Leave Chil cot ho ut ) la 1 vi . 1 . ... ,' "
m . a j a . .11 . It'll V Mai .'itn
NOT'CE.
iienri u. l,iuv. who rsl.l. t- it .
ashiiitrio.. in !', lliJ! . t . ,hft Citr
'erge W. Ii' 'iVud whoa" t C ? 'lbl"' "J
U iniko.nii, ,u.'i. . ' I'lace of ri-si ion -o
Henri Ii. Lacy, who residoa I
I.... 1 a,i...:..i ... . ' 110 100 th
Inn I. Admii.lai
U ... 111
ll,,n.l
itrix of the eauto of L,oard
10 ease., on the ISrh A,. u t.1 v
ry.
U-m. tiled her i.etiri,.n 'i .
1 k . ' " rciirilB-
hula t'oiiri ,i,i.: rro
Ta, j Bt:.:Tr ',,u.r..,n? tmilJ "l Vin-
..s. m wiiiu, aneuinff that tl
tne rcr-
i-av his dehr. j n" """".unent. 10
ient. 10
ibis estate: that 1, .1! .V L "?' V""terinr
. . . . ' wiuu III ifiH Himn .A
the fulowing described
,uv uiiuwiiiii iiiennn .m,ii ...
said eimntv . . 1 "'male in
drcd an.' sixtr o a 1 . . i ' . "m han
'nmh.,..l l'V V d' 'Vnated and
numbered on tlm rm.f.pil..,. ......
iMeA;; h ir0:1 t'ito.,h.,wnof
1 1 il a n'.. . 7. ; . .? "oMunrt. iIho-im W
Holland Cliarlca W
uoiian.-: s: 11 yt i
lin.l. Hi I mi I
HMtia E. Holland and
lolland a. 1,1. heir a, law. bold Z
Lucy F
next estate 01 inheritance there n .nS .v
M Hon,, It. Laccy holds . S "1 . ?i
fre-nise. TI,. pra'yer of sahi pf "la r
'he sale of said premises. fT.ft"" J J'
f,T'lie payment of tin debt, and ch.r...r
"'d, said petition will be for hearinn
."fc.laT of March. A ). jr ,
dower,
ore-
the
thereafter aa conn,e) oan S h..Jj
a aoot.
Mary Holland; A(,m.x
r.-itfoni,
to
or
v.
ha.
COVE
tST reciied and for &1. at lhe LOWEJT
tl rriea at th. Drag f ure of
Dr. A. GONBKK.
wnl
NOTICE.
ArJmfn.Ktratnr nf il. att.ia.f
Jcwph Gill doiwiM, bm filed him Ccf nnu and I
BSth davof rhvnee maa " 1
85th day of F.btu.ry 18A
RICHARD CRAIO .
F. . U,-lw Probst. Jadjs-
LET THE AFFLICTED READ I
And tun thai . prrfwt aad radltal k vmUi
anit auanutwd to all who an adtlct4 wlia kM,
dekllTif, narrons coinptilDU, ntlanchoiy Hxxirti, J
praasiim of plrlu, dlilw and aagtUih ot hum, Im. ef
ilap, lorn of mmoi7, lum of tnrgy an. BaasrvU pumr,
pnnr growth, wailing away, aad a want of ooad- U
IbtmMlTM, fsinttai fits, ooralOr. traaliUafi, irajsc
luuc uid diif ost ul lift.
HEAR WHAT TUB MEDICA1 PBCSf
SATS.
B?ns r'ltrtaBi feqntr to a) tild tke aaltm nf jwmt
iw.vie-ti; ENGLISH BOtANIO rritilCIAX Am
nat. Il!tpiTVt koa-UNlflof tha haroaa srsuni t.MbUal
htm teitv Khte ths airua without any iDfunoaUoe frvna
the patient, to rl it On itt oHfrlul aaosa, s4 lo tnmtm
Iu cur. Ami, wimt n mora valiuikis it 11 1, a wui uo.
Milr aim fiiiUy ull hi.thrr 70a caa be cural cr mo.
Tti ia will mtiify your mtud, soil hits yott eiuaoaa, Uiua.
truublt, and iliaipulntmoiit. It will 1st tha nwu mt
uvIiik you mauy s UulUr , It will aara year tealta,
and. what U iMUtm- Ihaa all. It U1 aar. your lift frumi
l'nx iliotU'liPit by wrung trwitiaeat. .
Hie uanilnatioiia an maile vlihoot ay lafematloa
fruin thii patioat 1 thtn-furt he thornahly aaiUrauad.
thalr riiyili'.ilcotKllilunand Plmnolexliat oWnlopmaat,
without urtiicta b u-iver cutild have pifrfuraied si aaiay
attontiliing enrvfl. It should ba raminLMM-d lhal tat.
Bctat.ic Physician (sirfurmi cures thoocht liapoafitil.
1 f yuu Imts tried 01 hore and ot uo rolief, if yoa wbli M
njov aisj health aud Innx IITh. If you sni wlaa, yoa wUl
l-nnJconiolt lilt. ItAI'ltAKL, Ilia Botanlr Pbyelclait
MP his cuminuulcailoui and lutsnrlewa an suktlf
eri.ata and couBivutlal. Helical Jtatmui.
rACTS ARB STUBBORN THINQSl
Hear hst ili Piitladalphla corrMpondaal siyi la lha)
LVmiaouwoalth, WiUilugtuu, Celawait, Vth ut Au.U.
U'.SI:
"An Enxlinh jantleiun, formerly eonaected with th
Briti-li Army, and wtlu !)) hinitslftha Culiih D.
Innlc I'hyiiciaa,' has of lale (rained an extenelre reputa
tion here hy h-i ekill Iu taring slimauosr of complaints,
Sutuaof his yallrnu I h.tva conrened witb, and tliny
pnjic"incs hie remedlef and miala of traatuteut aa very
iionrlor. Some hare been rmtoreil aa If hy uiaglc. The
lutallcint lis need ia duullwl by lnm.olf from tarlvuw
herbs piHinulng rara curative prujiertiea.
"While ai-uiig In the army h dstoteJ bli laleur
momenta to a thuronh-h atwly nf the arTecu produced by
Certain medicinal route and nerba on all lUMuner of dis
ease It ssema he boa fuoud a sure and apeedy remedy
for all the 'ilia thai doah ia h",r to.' tils priwlic u
irenuy esiensive, auu is aauy Mi-reaaing. In tue com
plaints to which female am e'l'-jcctM he ba 110 equal,
a a lariri. Dumber hers litre taunted that tliay ew an
only their preeeut gxsl henltli. but their lives, te the
kill of this a'uglish Botauic Physician."
MORS GOOD NEWS!
TROM IZiaiX AND RELIABLE: AU
THORITY. Th Botanic Remedle of Doctor Raphul, Ike InglUa.
BoUulc Plivalcian, never failed yet to aiak a'perlecl,
radical, aud pnaauat cur of ALL
PRIVATE, SECRET, AND VENEREAL
DISEASES,
Without th ds of Mercury, without hindrance from
business, and without fear of discovery or eipoeure. - No
deadly polaona, such as arsenic, nux Torn lea, opium, er
any other mlun. No mercury nor any deadly mineral.
Dothinic but purrW Vsgetable llotanlcal llemedisa ar
Died by this wonderful BoUalfl Phyatrlan. Uia Botauie
rtemediea never yet failed to cur the moet obatiuaut
and th moet daniteroua case, and ta remove all mercury
aud other inipmillee from tit eyatera wba all elbar
Remedies hail failed. Ifrdtoal Journal,
GOOD NEWS FOR SINGLE MEN
CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE.
Ilmir what tha llalthnor correapnndant of lb Odd.
follow, BiHinaboro', Maryland, said ua Thursday, lb JLrl
of May, IStM:
" Numerous cure of dlaeaaes caused by early Indleer.
tlon Having lieon KTforind by the Engllah U-iUnlc Phy
sicias, I f'Wl it my duty, haringa knowledirenf Ikem, to
tat th fact, IwlleTinK that Iu doing sol may do a aerrlca
to th suffering. One caa in particular that of a young
man In this city la worthy of not. II had bcunill
victim of a hatill, the mr alluakn to which cause a
shudder, andafter years of suffering and doctoring gar up
all hopas of recovery. He wished te marry, and was
dearly beloved by as sweat a girl aa ever lisped wonla
of affection, but lis was ftwrful, nrvnua, and pruatrated.
Ua dared not wed 00 account of Die ebatwred stat
of bis system. He sought relief st th hands of lbs Bo.
tanic Plivalcian, and, astonishing sail may seeaa, all th
bloom and vlror of youth bas returned, aud b ia now
tbs happy father of a pair of bright boys."
NEWS TOR THE LADIES.
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE COIL
DREN.
TTear what th Ciucluuatl Weekly Prsss says on th Ml
er March, iau2: '
W are decidedly opposed to drugs and to advrtler4
Jtmedie fr the prevention of baring children, bat aai
fcel it Our duty to acknowledK a benellt frons anyamd
from every snuree when II is for th relief of snlhrins;
humanity. A fact haa com to our kuowllgc tail
ought to la) irouiiilfiud aad wl.lely ctreulalad fur the
benefit of Ihuw Urtir whos delicata health aaakes II
aecessaty to prcveni uy iticruiae of fsmlly.
About twolvc moniha after iuatrlag,a ladyof ousao.
qnaiutance give birth to a daughter, but li auffertnc
wore so great that her phyaiclstia deaaiiredof lurr rewT.
ry. 'i iua umiic hanlriud the very thoughtsof again lie-.
coinlnK a mother, ."h trl.at very thing to prevent a
repelitionofhersurferini?!,hur without auooeedmg. Tw.
tearsarirr ui.irrf.. sua a.uajaiu cuntneil, tmt hr snf.
brliiga wars so great Ih-it tha child died, and her own Ufa
was despair.al ur. She was told hy her family physician
that it aha h wlaliy niorechildniu h feared her lit would
be the forti-it. Aa all tho rrmwll' alio had tried before
had fail 1 aha applied to the Botanle 1'bytlclaa. Irr,
ron nis
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDRElf.
Ilia remedies had the desired efTw:t ; they not only pre.
Tented her from having children, but they 'also Improve!
ber health. "To rus ruur., ai.1, tuiksi Aa. rcaa."
Thu ilotanlc PhyAlcian's remedies cau be ncora.
meoded, b-caime they are Innocent and safe. Tbey
opemts without camiiig aicXne or eipoeur. They die
dot tntnrfer with the diat or occupation. -They du
not Injur th health, but lUy ar nruin la thnr
effect. J. PASCOMT, M. D. .
If. MK1QQ9TU.D.
Any who are jrff. rin-. nonur what their complalst,
can call on tha Itounlc i'h.xljoin confldoutlally. They
may raly uku raliaf. Ills oillco Is at
NO. 59 EAST FIJTTH STREET,
Between Sycamora Htrext and Broadway,
CINCINNATI.
Consultation' daily, Sundays etiptd. Office bo,
10 A. RI. to 3 dwell P HI.
T Pi-reou st a dlstainv any rnmmnnlrat ewart.
11SXTUU.T by letter, if 'hey indoeeONB ImiLLAB, far
t'onaulbttiou Kae, It. eucR letter. All Utters, oomsanaf
and Intervteas, are strictly prival and ena
deutial. No aniaer vill be giveu to letter, unlaas na
thilbr is Inclosed ss s (insnltaltnn Fe. ' '
Personal interrirsra granted to OentlanMa aly, '
Con'Oltation foe. One Hollar.
All business with -' r
LADIES - .i
be done by latter. . .
Address all letters a folio.: J '
DR. RAPHAEL,
BOX No. 2463, POST 017103, .
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
CADTI0S TO TUE PDBLI0.
Sr. W. Bajihaol tma no connection with PHOJfSSO
Dr. VV. M. Hapbael, or witb any other (antlemaa -ef
lb sanie naiui.
aT Cut this advertlaeraent out. VKsa yo eeart.
ftrlng It with you snd show it to lb girl wbe opto, taa
door. To prTut wiaus.es, ask ta
SEE THE DOOTOR HIMSELT.
Width a. .
NOTICE.
n. Ki'i?rown GurdiB fBncr.a Cl.ni.fm
filed hi. aceonnu and Toucher, tor inVpe,.
tionand final ..ttj.ment. and that thi
be fnr hearing on the 25th dtTf,f ivj,.
fan. , I86i-tw Probata Jndg
FAlBBAiVKSr
-. - SaneJard '
SCALES
OF ALL S KM"
AJa, Warehorj.a . Tr
re.saa
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' ii e- T
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