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aSitfZ of Ohio, Ylntcr Covr.ty.
J. B.Kim'oail te Co. I'll J-1 In Court of
rftiort Cnui "il I'leaa
William Kay'" O ft .) 0i iAectili.ii
1)L'KSUaNj? i the CfTn!ni.ii.l ofi.n order ol
sale iutv aWe enure U n; iliroou :1 froia
tu Court. 01' , Common I'lons. of t!iu aforesaid
county oPVIiiW, I will uU'jr at n'olio sal ut
the door of the I'miri Il"ti;,in tiie town cf
MeArthur. it tie ai'orestii.l iun:v of Vintu on
Saturday the Tth Jay 'f May lr65
at tie himr of one oYloek, 1. M., of said day.
1 he following property, to-w it: Tfia M ittli wesi
i(iirter of the south-east quarter, aud tha m rtl
east quarter vt (lie south east quarter, and the
"illh east quarter i'f ll.e south-faa'. quurtor,
ofseelicn riumber ton'.y-fiv. (ii.) i Town
hip number ten,( 1C) of' Kantfe number nino
l"i-n, (19, ) also, (in roith-wtst quarter uf
tha Botth-naet quarter, ami the north-east
quarter of lite nnrtli-cast quarter of tssetion
Tti mhur thirty nix, I Uii,) in Township and
Kutige aforaaH Containing T hnmlre.i iierja.
Tahon as tliB property of William Kay. U
satisfy a judgment in favor of J. B. Kimball iv
Appraised at Two thousand d.-KM, .'.
must brinj two-thirds of t)i it mm.
TEKMS OF S.I.E,i.eh in hau l.
McC'tiMicK X Smith J.J SHO.TVV.
Att,t(.r nttr. si.tr. v. Co. o.
April S7th Hti5. 5vr
THE GREAT INVENTION OF THE AGE
J. W. RKADf.EV 8 Now Patent M'l'LKX
iLLirriofnt iiiii')io)srKi.i skii;t
WESTS' BRADLEY OAKY. Into J. 1. ,fc
.1 i). Wo',) oE I'Koi'KIE TOKS an l MAN
T'KACTCULKS, 07 Chambers and 711 and cl
Kende Str et New York.
THIS IN VEN ri.N consists of DITLEX for
two) Klliptic Steel Soring, ingeniously liruM
od Tightly ud firmly togot h ,-r edge MeJ,M,
n-aking the 'ought''., most flexible r.lastie atol
Durubla Soring ever used. T ht-y seldom lii-nd.
or llreak Iiko the Single Springs, and conse
quently 1'reserve thuii Perfect and lleauliful
Shape Twice a- Long us tihy o;l;or Skirt.
The woMimriL j-lxxihilitv and tire,.'. Com
t". r t and pleasure (o any Lady wearing the
DnpliX hllipieSkift will lie experienced parti
cularly in uil Crowded Assemblies, Uterus,
Carriagea, Iviiln ud Cars' Clinreh Pewit, Arm
t'haira, fir Proinenud and Uoune I)mH,'aa thu
Skirt cuu lie foMod, when iu use. to ocupy a
rmull place an caily as a Silk or Muslin Drew.
A lady having eujuyid the plea-ure. coin tort
mi gr.at con vinioi,ee ol woa-ing tha "Duplex
r.ll'ptie Stool t'primr Sliltt" lor a ninilo day.
will nevor uKorwatils willhw'j di'peuse with
their ue. Kjr t'hihlrin, Missi's, and Yuun;
Ladies, they are Miperii'r to all others.
Thoy are the Pest yuali'y n eery part,
and Unqticxliorahly ho J.itflilust. Mot Desira
ble, Coinl'orUMa and ucoiiuinical ekiit evsr
r'OK SALE In nil Xlr;t Ch-s S'.orea in thi?
City, and tltrut (jrliont tl.o United Stu'ea. an I
i'anuilaa, Havana de Cuhu, Mexico, South
America, and tb j Wo.it Indies.
INqi mi T)KTIX DTPLIX ELLIPTIC f KIRT.
April af.'lSM.-13 w. .
. c II T. ANTHONY &: CO.,
' Saufncturors of Phol graphic Materiala
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
801 BR0DV.Y,y. Y .
In addition to our ir.ain buaines of P110
TOC.liAPAIC MATKRI LS, we . ure
Headqixtrte'B for the Mluwinjr. viz:
fTKREOiC.iPKS t BTEKKOSCiTlC V EWs,
Of ilrsovvp have an imttiPtisB as-or t input,
including Wur Scent's, American and For
eign Citu.' uml LiiuJsriipes. Groups, ilat
iinrv, etc., etc' Also, Revolving Stren
scopes, for public or private hiuition,
Our caiulogup will be sent to any address
on receipt of stain jt.
Yp neri the first to introduce the?e into
hc United States, and vv manufacture
innn-nse quantities in great variety, rang
ing in price: form 50 cenis to ,-iQ each.
Our ALBUMS Imve the reputation of be
inj superior in beauty and duiahility to
nnv otheri. Tlicy vviM be sent by mail
FREE, on receipt of price.
GT ALBUMS MADE TO OBDKR.
Our Catalogue now embraces over Five
Thousand dilterent Biibp'cts ' which nd
ditionsare conlir.ualy beini; made) o!
Port rait.i ol eminent Americans, etc.. viz.
10'J Major Generals,
200 l'rig. Generals,
75 N:ivy officers,
100 Lieut. Colonels, 125 Authors,
50 other Officers, 00 Protnin't Women
3,000 copies of Works of Art,
including reproductions of the most ecle.
tbracd Engravings, Painting?, Statues, ete.
Catalognes sent on receipt of stamp, An
order for one dczfn Pictures from our Cat
alogue will be filled oil the receipt of $1 80
and sent by mail, free.
Photographers and others ordering goods
C. O. U. will please remit twenty-five per
cent, of the amount with their order.
The prices and quality of the good 8 can
not fail tu eatUfy,
april 20, 1863 mo.
MA NIK 0D!
Just published, a new edition of Dn
Cl'LVKRWEI.L's CtJI.EEItATED Kssav on the
r.idical Mire (without medicine) of Sperma
1orhn:a. or seminal weaknes, f nvnluutarv
seniiiial losses, Iinpoteniy. Wen'el and
Phyfical Incapacity, Impediments to Mar
ritie. etc.. Uo Conscmption, EpiLEFtr
an t Fitj. iniHiO'il by self- indu'genco and
(CjT'l'nco, in sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated author in this ndmirable
I'ssnv cleurlr tlrmonst rates, from a thiny
year-' successful pra ctice, that the alarming
consequences of self-al use may be radically
cured without the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the kni'c
pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
ceitain. and effectual, by means of which
( very sufferer, no matter what his condi
tion may be, may cure himself cheap!y,pii
Vbtely and radically.
fr":fTliis lec'ure should bo in the hands
, . -.11
Ot every youth and every mail in the 1 and
Sent under seal, to any address, lil a
plain, sealed envelope, on the receipt of six
cents, or two postage stamps, by addre6ijg
CHAS. J.C. KLINE &Co
Bcweiy.lV? New Ycrk P. O. Box 45 S
fit -.Lo DE2iOCK-4T OFFICE:
T n u i: S T
77 ve?.t rovum st::eet
(PIKS'b IPKHA HOfHK
A win do. I
JUST HELD AT LO.NDON,
Ovi'Vthe Con'uinrd Compi tition of Eu
ro pc niiil A mai icu,
at tub UNITED STATES FAIRS
Of 183S, 1N5. it mi 130;
And tli Ciiii'liinoti .llYchiciirs Inoiitiite,
FOtl FOUR SUCCESSIVE YEARS,
we have tafton the Kikst Piiwim, overall
ci nipetiliois, as thu
Best Faia.lv sewing Ma-
nAVISlt MADK. for ovsrsfvrn yoars. the
most popular Family Sewing Ma. hinvs in
the country, and imw employing f l.i l0 .('00 in
their hiisinets, and niiikinir Im) Maoidne per
day, they aro prepared, with .Mich extrui rdina
rj facilities and expericin e, to guarantee to t no
purchaser ttuire ati-faction. All our Mac
hines arc made equal ly well, nni are
WARfiZNTED THREE YEARS,
HEAD THE FOLLOWING TKSTIVONMAT.S:
An all parties i-.iari'.i'actnrir ir Siwioj Ma
ehinesure i.i-! : l t J J n Mr. H .wa a ft e fur
each Sewii.K Mi.cl inos siiid, an 1 are tl.--o eoni
pelle.l (o inakc quarterly r'''.urus to him, stat
ing, under uath, il.u tiumb.r sold, his lioohi,
frivo a correct atstenu n' t f t he ael'inl nund'er
of Mnehir.es s"bl by the di:!cn-nt n.i'iit'aei .rerH.
From this relianiosouree we havo i.h'Miied the
fullowiiv ru!ii;b!c stutisiioa, sb"vinir the num
ber of So a i ti tr Machi'ies di.-'o.id of dirinir tl e
lutycar reported. The rincip 1 compn'iii'
muk'i'Sf tliem are Wheeltf Wilson, I.M
Singer Co., nnd tirovcr ''a!:er, Of the
Machines so'.d tbco wore -
Hy WliKELKKA WILSON Il.llo'
By I.V.Sin.ir.V !.. lO.y 1
Hy drover eV Haker, 1 .:;H '
Si'ow'.i.if the sales .if Whceli-r Wilson to be
dou'iie li'any other cinipuny.N. Y. observer.
We bavo personally examined tho vari"iis
Mutunes before the public, nithan anximis
desire to plate bci'on "urri.adi.is reiiabb' infor
mation. As th re-ult of su.-h cXBti'iiiation.w
nnhosMatinsily recoiui'.i n I Whfi'l'T Wilfnn'
Sewing Maebires astho Machine fir family u-o
Western C'lriiian Adv-,o.ttu.
My liltlo di ghier, ofnino voaro tnVepou
Maenines Wl e!er ilson's - apart, rii
it, and puts it in place easily ind r "oliy ji.ita
its parts, mid perforins iih it oil ordinary
worK. M10 can maKo nerown drcs-es. li clii'i-
inir betniniiig, gathering nr.d se'.t'iig in the j
sleeves. roiir i.i 'iith u-e in my lamily has
made it a necessity and a luxury.
1'ev.C. H". Hotntos.
Wo i.se t.lo Wheeler Wilson Sewing Ma
chine, and tan say in rcKi.r I to it that i: is with
out a rival. 'u other Much neoxece lj it in its
adaptation to ali purposes of domestic use.
SeienM llo American.
ViS" Send for n circular containing specimens
of sewing, tes.imoni"!, tic- s. eto.
WILLIAM SUMNER To.
June 30, ' fil- 1 7" west Fnirilisi.. I'iocinna'i
Stale of Ohio , Vinton County
Booth & liraloy, PUJ. I In
Mie Frmeo ct.al ) On V
J 1 i 1 v
r)Y virtue of in order .if Kale t , me directed
) from the Court of Common Pleas, of Viriwn
(.'ounty Ohio, 1 will olfer for sale at tl.o Door
of Iho Coin Mouse, on
Saturday the '12ml dny of April Irj'i'i.
At the, hour of 0110 o'clock' i'. M., of said day,
thn followin? Heal Ksta'o to-it: The east
half of the cui't half of Inlcta r.ninherc'' re
spoetieely 'I liirty-throe. and Thirty-tun, in
the T-iwn of llamden, in said Viuton County,
nnilS'.ato of Ohio, auhjoct to tl.o dower in
terest of Kancy Frnzci.
Tak'in as the properly of Johiel Fnut e.et nl
b!s biers at law, to satiny a judgment of afore
said o'ourt, in favor of Bioth ,fe lir.dey
Appraised as 'ollowK. to-wit: East half of
the east half of In lot number thirty-three,
attwohunlrod anj twenty-five dollare, arid
tho east half of the oast halfof 1 11 lot number
thirty-four, at sixty-six dollars, and mua
bringtwn-thirda ol that fnm.
TER JS of sale, ca.ih iu hand.
Att'y for Pltff. Shif. V. Co. O.
March 23, ISaS-iSw
SUU Ohii,, Hnton Cuir.ty.
F. II. Jlerocr Pltff In Court of
aeainst Common Plo
Benjamin Did Dct't J (Jn Vandi.
"SjUKSU.-IN'r to the command of an order ot
I tale in the ahoTa cane; to me directed f-om
t lie Court of Common Picas, of tho aforsuid
i'n.... .fe ..... 1 . .r. ... i.i- . , . .
juu111r 111 , 1 HLOII. 1 V 111 oiler Ul Iiuniie sale Ul
the door of the Curt House, in tha ,nwn of
MAerthnr. In tho aforesaid county of Vinton on
Sititrtlat; th, liiiidnj h April 1S65,
At the hour of one o'e tk, P.M., of said day
tho following prerni.-es to- wit: The north end
of cut lot nunibortwo, (2.) being a a'.fip ell
tho in rth end of said I-, about one hundred
and twenty feet wide, and all of the said lot ex
cept rf.nt part or parcel oonvoved hy Charles
I!' bliii.s aioV wife to the Marrieta iV ("inenn.ati
ltailltoid voiurnny,- Also astrin oil of the west
I u' sidu o it-lot number tlirce,:onimeneing at th!
una ueiweer. lots 11 n 111 0 0 m iwo an.l
of lot number rhree until it intersects 'ho
lino rnnninfr south from tho aonvh west
corner of In lot number twelve), tbenco
south one hundred and twer.iy fuet unil
it into -sects 'ie ost and we it lino o' that part
of out-lot number two, cr nvcyetl as above,
thence west to th' sai I divi.-i n line between
lots nu.uhor two and three, and thero e north
to the place of beginning, all of said lots and
Tuirt sot lots I vi ntr anil hfinip in l?i,KKir.u a,l.li-
tir.n to the t'nvn nf ll.im,ln Viuton cftiniiv ( i
.... ,u:..a : 1 - is. .. i .1. -.l
, "ii " mvu in siconteii n c 'juii iry rogeiiior Wll'l
, ,), Knuina and maehinerr belomrinir ta 1
: foundry business,
Taken as (ha property of Ben amin Dill to
satisfy a iudgeniunt of aforesaid Court, in fa-
vor of V. II. Mercer
Appraised as follows ta-wii: at the sum of
ib roe thousand four hundred dollars and mast
bring two-thirds of that sum.
TERM S of sabi.cash inband.
I). B. ?iiivkm J. J. SilOCKET
: . -' ' '
Att.f-r PI -if. Shff.Y.Ce.O.
Vartl: SiJ'.h '. si'
Of th. condition of the Treasur of
Poor ..... .
Volunteer Relief "
School . S'tlio.'l II.iu-o-
Tcwi:shi'p & Tp. Poor
Let amount over paid" 0:1 Military Fund
Viuton C uinty,
v. iti the Eiiioiiiit of fu!.'.s
Fuud 8il33 7rJ 9
.. " 13fid Ti 7
t-W 40 6
;u do 0
' 4-2) 00 0
. " 8J6 '3 5
tW 2J 0
. " 007 84 5
204S 20 0
' 101 61 8
tl-00 95 8
9i 39 7
Dalance in Tremirv. 812308 56 1
HENRY C. MOORE, Auditor.
March 16th, 1865. HENRY REYNOLDS, Treas. V. C.
(A is li - B3iIious.)
Oi'B'pOfed of highly Concentrated Extracts
ROOTS Ar'D HER
Of the greatest incdirul value, prepared from
the t'lifcinal prescription ol the celebrated
l'R Ni.wnis, and used by him with such
reiiiirk,iljt; su.'iess fur tvvent yenr in al
paits ol the Unded Stales, are un infuilibic
remedy in all
DISEASES OF THE LI VEIL
OK ANY DKKA NOEMENT OK TUB
LIVER COM P LA
The wel I ViKw n Ur, Yrrhi, ofBiSton
s :ys cf there Pills, "'I hey have the finest ef
fect upon th Liver and digestive organs of
any medicine in the world and are the most
perfect purgative which has ever jet been
mail? by anybody. The effect have abuud
bnt'y fhuuntijthe community how much
tliev excel theordinary medicines in use.
They are safe and pleasant to take, but pow
erfull to cure. Their penetrj ting properiies
stimulate the vital activiies uf the body,
remove the obstructions of its organs, puri
fy the bloo l, bnd expel disen.se. They purge,
out the !oul humors that breed and grow
distemper, stimulate sluggish ordisordered
organs into their natural action, and im
part a healthy ton! with strength tu the
whole system. Not only do they cure the
every-day complaints of everybody, but also
formidable h'ld dnnperous diseases. While
they produced powerful effects, they are at
the ame time, in (limi.shed dotes, the safest
and best hy-ic that can be employed lor
children, ani-lieing purely vegetable are Iree
(nun any risk or harm.
The mo-: ternnrkable feature of these pills
is tie peifection w ith whir li thov acton ex
tremely dissimilur chronic diseases The
same nrsES cure Diarrha-a or Dysjiepsia, in
either case restcring the organs to healthy
and natural condition, which cannot be sai l
i I .1 ....
j ol any other in. (II. ine in exislauce."
They create pure bluod and remove all
impurities Iroin tlie bv stein, hence are a pos
itive cure for.
Fever, Headache. Pile, Mercurial De
OT Pri't lint per Box. Trade
avj,pllcd or se
Mill, pof,t paid to any
States or Cunuitm nn
part of the U
receipt of jirice, ly
43 Liberty St., New York.
March 23nl 1865 lyr.
LL persona aro hereby notifl ti 1 'r, t icr
pass upon an of my posse asions from and
after the date hereof, nor sailor their horses,
' cilf shenn or hnirs to fcntcr noon, unv ofmv
: , . , r ' ' j
1 lands, or into any ol my incloauers, nor run at
large about my promises contrary to law
P""y '" "
Morris Albangh Guardian of William S.
England, baa died bis accounts and vouchers
forms pection and final settlement, and that tha
same will be for bearing on (he 2Qtn day of
May lS-lS. P.ICHAKD CRAIO.
j April 27 13G5-J. rrKj'eJndg
I L F E O K D E A D T AT II!
Don't (io B;iek lo I lie War.
Many have died from Diarrhesa and Dys
entery in your regiment; now take warn
ing and do not return without supplying
your knapsncks with a bottle ol Dr. Strick
land's An'.i-Cholera Mixture remember
how many were saved last year by taking
it after heinff discharged and sent from the
hospitals as incurable. One dose will im
mediately relieve the most severe case of
Dtar-hocna or Dysentery It is ai knowl
edged to cure Chronic Diarrluea and Dys
emery. Now don't neglect it, fur on your
return a change of diet and wate:, etc
will most certainly brintf on Diarrhoea, an.
i !M) ceni bottle of Dr. Strii kland's uti
rimleta .Mixture w ill ( tire you and several
other. It will keep good in ony climate.
Do not fuil to tell your conir.ules to put a
buttle of it in their knapsacks.
Sold hy Drufjcistsiin 'prepared only b
Pr. A. Smi klmd 6 En.-t Fourth street.
March 24. '64. I -v.
Soldiers we think Dr. Strickland u-
ijuiie right in advising you in his advertise
neut in our coliuiins of to (lav's paper to
mke a buttle of his highly recommended An
:i-cholerh Mixture in yout knapsacks, it
may save the lives ol many of our best sol
diers. Mothers, see that yuuf sons do .not
negh bt it. Vim i un get il ai the Drug sum
at 50 cen s per but lie. U is the best remc
ly fur Diarrhoea and Dysentery,
Db Stkicki.and's U.'iiiL'diu8-,l'oi
L)r A (Udideo MiiArtlmr.
Win. I'uitt iislmw, llntiiJon.
EXCOllUGE II01IE Y
AMIN DILL PROPRIETOH
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON II ND
AMD MAKES TO OUDEil
Mtovt's, IMoum, EioSIuw ware
ALL OTHER KJND OF CASTINGS
III E undor.-igncd is new preparod to oirecuti
promptly all work ordered in bis line oi
business. All kinds of Castings usually mad
at Foundries, will be kept on baud and for salt
at tho most reasonable rates.
Tho fi.tilitios of tho Foundry situated, as 1'
is, in the midst of Furnaces whero the ran
metul is always to bo had n n saving ex pence.
must be evident to all j and the s"hscriher be
ing determined not to be outdone either in the
'iiality or cheapness, of his manufactures,
asks for and hopos to receive the patronage ol
We aro manfactoring Vlie best andlatest itn-
povoci cane jIillr. Those wishing Vi
,well to hand in their order in time.
nary 12th l3.--tfc
MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
ON and aftor Thursday, February 45, 1364,
regular Passenger Trains will run in con
nection with the Trains on main lino botween
Portsmouth and Cincinnati, as follows :
Lea vos Portsmouth at 8:15 A. M., arrives at
Pioneer, at 9:85A.M.; arrivos at Portland at
10:00 A.M., arrives ta Jackson at 10:57a. M. ;
arrives at llamden at 11:80 A.M.; arives ut Cin
cirri atiat5:S5 P.M.;
Leaves Cincinnati at 8:30 A.M.; leaves Ham
den at 3:00 P.M.; arrives at Jackson at 8:34 P.
M.; arrives at Portland at 4:21 P.M.; arrivesat
Pioneer ut 4:50 .P.M.; arrives at Portsmouth at
Accommodation Train departs from Ports
month at!:45 P.M.; arrivesat Pioneer at 4:3
and deflarta at 4:50; arrivos ut Jackson at 6:84
and llamden. at 7:80. Depnrts6:40 A.M ; ur
rivos'ut Jackffon at 7:35; arrivesat Pioneer at
9:35; and arrives at Portsmouthat 11:45.
Through Tickets to Cincinnati can be obtain
ed at Portsmouth, Portland, and Jackson, at
the following rates:
I'ortBinouth to Cincinnati, J4.00
Portland " do $.400
Jackhon " do
ROUND TRIP TICKETS.
From Portsmouth to Cincinnati and r
8,0(1 Tiekotsfrom Portsmouth to M
and Parkersburg, f 3,00.
R. W. QUADE, Assis't 8up.'t
Feb.25ih 184 lyr.
JUST recived and for .Sale at lha LOWEST
Price at tb Drug Store of
Dr. A. COKDEE.
ii:it ov i'kouati: co i it r.
''. AW - 0'.iu, Vinton Cuu-Uy ;
r,d.. J l'j' tr.
ai . h Ai. t. i ii-. ! i '.. 1. 1.. U-i'ts.
."'' i.'j 1 It OV giVi.ll til "
public tale, on tho promises ii, u.
ship, Viiv.on to u.ity, Ohio, ci
1; 5-r lor !
. iun l U'V.n- 1
'ctv.eci: l.e ! iori.f in A. and i
Vlock t .'! I ii i.l j.. , , i.,.i..r
be full" ng tci. ! o.-ia s,'u..i-. t s .i I Vin
ton uoiiiuy , as t'u iinio. rtr o Susan Aie-...n-
ler, de.eu.-ed lalo ol said Yini.u cmiu'v. In
it: Commencing at the south west orncr ol
section number nin,, in towoshiu number
ino. of railgu number eighteen: tnenea north
ninety-one r.-ls, thontc east thirtv-four rods,
thoiice south iiinoty-ona rods, thence west
thirty-four rods to the place of beirini.inff.onn-
tainin; twenty acre. Appraised at one hun
drod and twenty-five dolLrs.
liaor Ciali: One-third cash in hand.
one-third in six months and one-thiid in
twelve inoiitbs; defei rod payments to be scenr
by mortgage on premises, with interest from
day of sale.
JOSEPH WILCOX Adm'r
Bkatton Att'y for Plt'tl'.
Feb. 10, 'CJ 4w.
RAILROAD. LEGAL NOTICE.
THE STATE OF OHIO, VINTON COUNTY,
IN PROBATE COURT.
Joseph Wilcox adms. PlllT. 1
of Musuu Alexander Deo I
Sarah Alcxandei et al Doft. J
Zacariah T.Alexs nder defendent non resident
of the State of Ohio, whoso residence is un
known, and one of the Aoirsatlnw of Susan
Alexander deceased. Will take notice that I
I oepb Wilcox administrator of tho Esta c of
susan Ah-xsndcr deeoasod, on the 9'h day of
November Is64. filed his petitl-n . iu tha 1'ro
bato Conit within and for the County cf Vin I
'mi State of Ohio, alleging 'hat the pcrional I
'state ot said dieeased is iusulllcittiit to pay her I
lepts mid the charges of a Iraiiiistering' her
-nte; t hat she diod seized in loo simple of the
ollowine described real es'ato situated in laid
anility ol Vinton; in it: t'ommeneiug at the
ut li wei t ornor of 'celion number nine. (.
n lownsbip miinber nine. (9,) of rango ,n,m
icreichtoon. ; H.) thence north ninety one
nls. tbeoce oast thirty four rods, them- I
on'h uiniy one rods, then, e west tbirty-fpti I
, ds ti tho place of beginning, contain! tu
vonty aces morn or less, and that Sarah
Zaoitriah TUebeeta I', and John W. Alexander
is her heirs ut law, bold tho next estate of
The prayer of -mid potition is for tho salo nf
-ild ireniises, for the payment of tho debts ;
in 1 idnvrces ul'orcsn ,1, sai l petition will be lor
inuring out lis 10th day of I o-ember lMi4, or
soon a'' or a cou eel can bn hoar I.
X..V.17 -lit 4 v JUSEI II Wll.t'O.X.
-'. A Bkatton. Amv Adms. Susan A'.x
for Petliio i l:i'"r do case.
':', : iV':'.V- -''V'':' '.r'
Dlt. UK I4L AWD S
C1URES Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat
J AiiniH. and Consumption. It is only
itcessary for anv one troubled with these
Minpliiiiit- to try one. bott.e of
-l'i''l.liiiid's Mellifluous Couch Rulsiini
o convince tl.i-m that'll is the best prepaiae
ion ever used. It no' only cures theahov-
fiecti'uis ol the Throat anil Lungs, hut it
nres Night Sweats and Spitting of Blocd
ind is nn excellnt gnglo for any kind o
Sure Throat. It is pleHsant to take, and .
afe medicine for infant's. Price AO cent-1
er bottle, For sale by Druggists general
March 24, 'Cl 1 v.
JtBT Pl'BLIMIKD IN A SkaI.KD ENVELOPE.
Pit ICE A.X I'tNTS.
V Lecture on the Nnliirp, Tri'iilmcni nnd
Radical (, nro of Spormaf irrhnea nrSerni
nnl Weakness, 1 n votun t,,ry Emission Sex
mil Debility, tin I and Impediments t" Ma
rn-ge gener.illy. Nervousness, (;nn-uni
lion Epilepsy, mid Fits; Mental :nd Phy
;ial Ini apacity, resulting from Self Abu
he. By ROU T J. CULVfcRWELL. M.D
Author of the -'Green Book."
The world renowned author, in this ad
mirable Lecture, clearly proves from his own
experience, that the awful consequences
Sell-Abuse may be effectually removed
without medicine, and without dangerou-su-gieal
operations, bougies, insrument
ring, or cordials, pointing out a cure at one
certain and effectual, by w hich every suffer
er, no matter what his condition maybe
may cure himsalf cheaply, privatlev. and rail
rally. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE A
BOON TO THOUSANDS AND THOUS
A SURE CURE.
EVERY BODY IS BEING CURED OF
this distressing disease, by the use of
D. Strlfitlaiid' Pile Remedy
Reed what a sufferer says:
Mr. J. P. Hazarde, 164 Second street.
Cincinnati, O., says he lias been a dreadful
sufforer with Files for a long time, bnd has
tried nearly everv'thintr, 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 suffering to try it.
bold by all Druggists, 50 cents per pn(
Manufactured at No 6 East Fourth street
Cincinnati. O. Ask for
STRI CKLAND'S PILE REME
Moj23 '64 1-y.
NOTICE TO BRIDGE
fV'OTlCE hereby given that the Commissio
ll tiers of Viuton County, Ohio, will oa
17el20tA day of May 1865,
At one o'clock, P. M., on said day, let to the
lowest respoaiblo bidder fhe building or a
Bridpe across Hi ir Raccoon Creek noar Kizer
Hawkins, in Wilkesvillo Township, in nid
county, for which purpose tho Commiasioiers
will meet at tbe place where paid Bridgets
proposed to be built on' said day.
lty order of Commissioners
II. C.-M0OKE Aud'r V.Co.O.
For Blank Deeds. Callnl
U001) NEWS AT LiST I
Th MT.r-tUrlaf DK. BAPHAIL it lb kMt.
iucsaxl wlwa all ulbtra have faiUd.
ALL WHO ABB IN TBOTJBLB,
JUl bo Ut tawu ODfortunaU, all whoa iiad rupoi
Oat lea diRMitiolntwl, criMbeil, siol tbutisJ, U wtaa
bar bwn nJaoJ by fall pmuiUM auU UmiiII, all h
bar Im devM'ttl anil trill -a Willi, ail o to tiiui lur
adTlr aud to gvt wturaclloD.
U uukr jvui mUfortuur pad away, b mabM tb
Uailsr aud ruvy of your uriuitf tall UiirinU, aud b
wtalii yiair clumtcttr and nuliUlly Id I'iui of fl
report aud ruuiora. All alio ar Iu tloubl ol lb aSn.
Ilou of How lliry luii.ciuiilt Inui to mllff sad atUry
ttwir niiudi, aud lo Aud out If Ibclr Uifht and war
boi will In milled.
IN LOVE AIT AIRS HB NBTER
H ha tb rcrt of wlunrn( th aSVetlna of tb
oppoalu wa. lit guklt tb ilnsl u wtallby M
bappy marrls, aud nukr th narriwl btppy. Hj
aid and advlot baa Iwi ohrltd In iBaaawrabl to
tunc, and lb Mult ba alway U
A SPEEDY & HAFPT MAREIAQB.
Tu mak thlui nor iur, b wdl bow you lb Uk
TOUR FUTURE HUSBAND OR WITH
Ha will fell you Ibalr clrcumunct and llirlr tnian
Broarwct; and what I bettor lbn all, h can toll you
their thouliU ml what their "rral" lutntl.m am.
What 1 lllrritUl,kecn tell you If IbsyalU mat JuU
tir. Itupliael l, tlierefor, a iure depfndfnr.
Tonlii Inwliirs his advic l luvsluablr. H ran Krt
tU, ilb the groatmt certainly, lb mull or U oiu
merelul anil biuluin Iransacljoul and puniUtlolu. Il
Kapluv-I lnterirel drraiu fur lottery uuiuburt nltb Mi
gvon without any extra charge.
MORE GOOD NEWS !!!
Dr. RAPHAEL will out your llorwicori or wrlk
rur Ballrity. Kvrry man, tliruuali tb kaiatb aud
LrMullh ot tho land, wbo Iim bud luck, and who cau
not got on lu tho world, uliould b iu powwrflun of bl
lioroacorw, aud t Dr. Kapbu, l'
Written Opinion of his rntura Plo
pects in Lifo.
It will gulit hhu to woallh, eminent, and honor.
Thontaii'l of goml nieu, who werti niifortunste and uu
ncesasful la llieir brwiut'ia uihu who worki'il Isinl, sad
wbo lnnll agsiiisl adversity ami luliforluno Oi
freatsr part of their llvm, and who found tbe more llwy
rfed tu ilet forwsrd In Ih world the ninn. tilings wout
against llieni: Tlu-se men got Dr. Hiiplmor wrlllu
opiniup upon their futura pnapecU In lili. All Ibiw
wbo wlaoly followed Dr. lliii'liat'1'a uilvlrv are uow
RICH, IIATP7, AND SUCCESSFUL
In ail tlislr uiiilirtakiiiKN ; whilo Uiom w bo wsi-u MiurfHd
by pri'Judice and lirnorHiico, netdi-rlisl hi. inlviee are .till
Uboriug Bf iiusl adversity aud poverty.
WEALTH, EMINENCE. AND GOOD
art within the reach of all. If you with to W rich and
Bappy you w ill consult liiui aUo.
GOOD NEWS for tha AFFLICTE3.
II hna the gin, and can tell Ilia rnllklod tho cause of
their diniiaiw ami siiili-riinr. llo eiin nUo n il wlilbof
thsy cau be ciiml or uot, I bin auvlii- lha attlku-d bolb
txoiibla ami cxpriiKo.
Coniiiltallims daily, Sundayl excepted. Ofllra koara
from 10 A. M. to o. 1. St.
All liilorviewa aro strictly private mid covAJrutinl.
Therefor wa say, go oue I go all 1 aud counull
Tho Astrologer of tho l?th Century,
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
BctwaoD Sycamore Street and UromlYi'ay,
tr Pdiwmrd interviews gnmtod lo Oeutlumen only.
All huaiuess with .
lo be done by letter
VPenoni at a distance may communicate cossw
rrsTUl.Ll by bltar, If limy Incline ON It HOI.LAII, for
Coaaiillaiioii Fi, in em li letter. All litter., ouuinu.
nlratloli., and Interviews, are atrlclly private aud oon.
S'lsntliil. No answer will bo flvon lo Ititer uultav m
dollar Is Ini-losisl aa a CoiianllalioD Fee.
A'ldn -nt nil letters aa followii -.
BOX No. 2463, POST OFFICE,
Let it lie rlearly an
deratocul that the price nanus! as a nmaiiltalion fre y
for a consultation only. It does not aiy for tb Doctor i
written opinion of your future proaTte In life. It doe
uot pay for winning the affection of Hie opilt sei,
nor fur the eoinniiuiiatlou of a ham'y niari Ume, nor for
doing any other hualiiiw named In the alsive advortiiM.
inent. 'flie Doctor lnw a fixcil price for doing each aepa.
rate luisiucm. In your conaullatlou w Ith ihe Iis:lor, you
learn liow you nni realize the fond hope ueureat your
heart you are told how you can get all you want, iuid
bow your hualuca ought to ll lloll" so that it eau li"l
fall. Ilewill forelillwhatlayourllK.STISy. Iu abort,
be will tell what la Is fore yon, etc.
Cnntion to tho Public.
Dr 'V. Hs.tiai'1, the Astroloirer, has no connection
wlthPROKEsiSORor Dr. W. M . Ba,,'l. r with any
other gi'Utlmiall of tbe aame name.
ltT0iit this advertisement out. When yrnt rem,
bring it with yon ami show it to the gtrl wbo opeua ab
door. To prevunt miritakea, ask to
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF.
LET THElFFUCTED READ !
Ami Warn that n perfect and rllrnl cure Is wurmuteil
and iuurftnttil to all wlio are MttlicM with Hnknii
dutiility, nervou, coin plain M, innlHurlioty tlnMinhtH, dt
pnwsluii of BpiriU, dintruM and mikuwIi uf nnnd,
of Blwp, I'mm of memory, Ion of eni'iyy and muKubur
pWHr. pnuy growth, wwtiiiK avuy, and a want or cud
fltlfuco in tht'mrWved, fainting litM, couvtiljira tritu
tliDf, im po ton and dlnfitiHt nf 111".
HKAK WHAT THE MEDICAL PRESS SATS.
Sum pliysicmnfl n-quire to be tuld tlio nature of yonr
disoaab.(lt, ENULlyH BOTANIC I'HVSlClAN Uin
not. His perfect knowlcdgn of the human HjrttemyuaMv
him to dtittritH tho dlricaaoa without any Information
from the jxitient, to explaiu itn orrnlnal cauno, and Ut
guaraotenitH euro. And, what is more valuable still, he
will honestly and frankly tll whether you atu ba currl
or not. All hii communications and interviews arv
ttrlctly private and confidyntiuk Mnlical Journal.
Tba ilutanic Kemedies of Dr. Raptitvd, the Kngliih
Botanic I'hyuiciun, nevor failed yet to make a prfw t,
radicnl, and permanent cure nf ALL FltlVATK,
CHKT, AND VENKHKAL DIHKAHKS, without the u.
of Mercury, without hiuderance fruiu biiMiieas, and
without fear of discovery or expoturo. No deadly poi
tons, auch m arDenic, nuz to in ica, opium, or any oth.-r
poiKOm. Mo mercury nor any dvadly minurala nothing
but purely Vegetable Botanical Beniediea are tiaed by
tills wonderful Botanic Physician. His Botanic hot-
dies nover yet failed to cure tbe moat obatiuata and the
moat dangerous cases, and to remove all mercury snl
other impurities from the system heo all other ileme
dies had failed. Medical Journal
GOOD NEWS FOB HINGLE MEN CONT BMP LAT
INO MAKH1AGE. ileur what the Baltimoto corrto
pondent of the Oddfellow, Doonsboro. Maryland, said,
on Thursday, the 31st oMlay, lMiO:
11 NumTous cures of diseases caused ny early indiscre
tion having been performed hy the KiikUhd Butanlc Phy
stciftD, 1 ft-el It my duty, having a knowledge uf them,
to state the fact, lH'litviitg that in doing so I may do a
service to the suffering. One cose in iart leu lar that
of a young man in this city is worthy of note, lie hod
become the victim of a habit, the mem allusion to which
causes a shudder, and after years of suffering and doctor
ing gave up all hopes of recovery, lie win bed to marry,
and was dearly Moved by as sweet a girl as ever lisped
words of affection, but he was fearful, uurvous,and proe
.rated. Ho dared not wed on account of the shattered
state of his system, ilesonght relief at tbe hands of the
Botanic Physician, and, astonishing as it may seem, all
the bloom and rigor of youth has returned, and be la
now the happy father of a pair of bright boys."
Any who are suffering, no matter what their eon
plaint, can call on the Botanic Pbysiclanconftdentiallr.
They may rely upon relief. His office is at No. 69
BAST Kli'Til Dot. Sycamore St. and Broadway, CIN.
ON Su'unlay tho 25th day of March 1S
atone o'clock F. M., in the afternoon, on
(he premises in (he county of Vinton and State
of Ohio, will be sold to the highest bidder the
following real estate, as the property of Simeon '
Dixon deceased, to-wit: The north east half .
of the north west qnartnr, and the norfh west -quarter
of the northwest quarter of section
number five, (5,) in Township number nine,
(9.) of Range number nineteen, (19,) contain
tig ninety-two acres more or less.
Appraised at Seventy-nine dollars
TKRMES of ealo, one tbiri cash in band, one
third in Six month and she residue in Tw aire
months, Defered payments to bear interest
from tho day of sale, and to bo s oca rod J
SIMON R.DIXOK, ,'.v
Feb. 28,1965 4w Adm'r of Simeon Dixon dec.
Balls Ohio Mower
OFFICE and be Snppiod.