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Wheeler & Wilson's
SEWING JACHIHES
x ii u ncsT i n v&e,
PRINCIPAL OFFICE.
KO. 71 WEST roUUTH STUCET
(pIKE'a OPKKA HOCfB
Cincinnati, Ohio.
Awarded tta First Pn-minm
AT TUB
WORLD'S FAIR!
JTBI HELD AT LONDON,
ttr lit Combined Competition of Eu
ioie Riid America,
at m UNITED STATES FA IKS
Or Hl. 139. nnd 10;
Aid toe ClnclniiHti .Mechanics Institute,
FOU TOL'R SUCCESSIVE YEARS,
we aav taken the Fittst rmsi-ica, ovtr all
eoiupetiiiors, as the
lies Family sewing Ma
chine. HATINS MADE, for over sotoo years, tho
most popular Family Sowing Machines in
thtconntry, end now employing 1 A('l) 000 in
tksir business, and making I'M Machines per
Jy. they are prepared, with snch extraordina
ry faeilitics and experience, to guarantee to tne
arokaser entire satisfaction. Ail our Muc
kioa are nude equally well, and aru
WARRENTED THREE YEARS,
IT.AD TIIEFOLLOWING' TESTIMONIALS;
As all parties mannfacturing Sewing Ma
chines are obliged to pav Mr. lio'.ve afiel'cr
sen Ptwing Machines sold, end aro also com
pelled lo make qnar'.flrly return to bim, Mut
ing, under oath, the number sold, his books
m ve a eorreol etatemoDt of th" actuiil number
of Machine sold by the dilforent miinfueturer.
From this reliable source wo htive obtained the
following reliable statistics, showing the num
ber of Hewing Machines disposed of during the
lestyear reported. The prinoip l companies
making th im are Wheeler Wilson, I, M.
finger Co., and Grover linker. Of the
Machines so'd those wore sold
By W HEELER & WILSON SI .309
By I. M. Singer & Co 10.9.18 1
By Oroterdt Baker, 10,230
BboV.ng the sales of TVheelcr Wilson to he
donMe if any other conipony. N. Y . observer, i
We have personally examined the various'
Micbioas before the pnhlic, withnn anxious
desire to place before our readout reliable infor
mation. As the result of such examination.
unhesitatingly reoommend Wheeler Wileon
tewing Maohinoa as the Machine fur family ui-o.
Western Christian Advocate.
Mr little darghicr, of nine years takes ru
If aonines Wheeler Wilson's apart, oil i
It, and puta it in place easily and readly itjtists
Ita parts, and performs with it all ordinary
work. She can make her own dresses, Includ
ing hemming, gathering and setting in the
leeres. Four Month' use In my family has
made ita necessity and a luxury.
Kev.O. B. Boynto.
We use the Whcelor Wilson Rowing Mn
ebine, and can say in regard to it that it is with
ent a rival. No other Mach reeioceds it in its
adaptation to all purposes of domestic use.
Beientiflo American.
Hf" Fend for a circular c nr.talr.in g specimens
ef aewing, testpnonials, pries, etc.
WILLIAM SUMNER ft Co.
Jone 30. ' 841 7T west Fourth si. Cincimiat
FAMILY GROCERY
AND
PROVISION STORE,
J . W. CALDWtLt. 0
A FEAHCE.
J.V. CALDWELL & CO.,
Oft DOCI EiiT OTTBE Co'JBT IIoi'iE)
ncARTUUR, OHIO,
Keeps on hand, and for tale, Family Grnro
lies of all kinds, and best qualities. Also,
Sugar Cured Hams, Mess forlc. Dried Ueef,
nrt other articles in the Provision line.
Ice-Cream Saloon
W are fittingup.an Ice-Cream Saloon.in
tonnection with our Grocery, where Ladies
and Gentlemen can be supplied during the
day and evening. Familie supplied on
liberal terms.
ICE! ICE! JCE!
A large quantity of Ice on hand, and for
ale, between six and eight o'clock every
norning until! further notice.
AS WE DO A 'CASH BUSINESS, ex.
elusively, and keep no accounts, it U hoped
our fiiendswill not ask for trust, for, how
ever disagreeable it may be to us and to
them, tre will be compelled to refuse. Our
goods are sold as CHEAP as the anno arti
cles can be obtained intnis market, and we
therefore confidently solicit the patronage o(
the public
COUNTRY PRODUCE taker, in ex
change for Gromies
J W. CALDWELL & C:
May 11th 1365 ly
FRESH CAN FRUIT.
PIHB-AFFLES, Peaches, Strawberries, Black
herrre Greea I'eas Just received and for
sola at the Drug Store of
Dr. A. CONDEE.
NOTICE.
Morris Aibaugh Guardian of William n
Zngland, bus filed his accounts and vouchers
or inspection and final etUemont, and that the
ame will be fer bearinjr on the 2otn day
j if". iwtri4.nl CKAIG.
,
Aprlli7 lMJ-J. frobateJadfe
of
U. S. 7-30 LOAN.
By authority o. the Secretary of the Trees
nry, the undersigned has assumed the Goner
al tuhscription Agency for tho sale of United
m V - . - . , .
raies . ircasurj nuira, Dearing seven ana
throe tenths per cent, interest, jwr annum
known as th
' st: V&X- TIIIR TYL OA 2Vr.
These notes are Utuod nnder date of June,
I Stb, 103, and aru payable three yoars from
that timo. In currency, or are sonvertibld at
the option of the holder into
V.S. 5-20 tix per rent.
COLD-BEARING BONDS.
'l'heso bonds are now worth a prandnm
whicn ir.cre:ica tho actual rofit on t he
j 7-3'1 lurin, and it exemption from Stiite and
j municipal t.ixution, ud.lsfr-'vn oiietuhroe pe
cent. more, acre ruing to tr.e raw levie.i on
o'.'-.cr property. Tho intere-t it psyahle In nr -
eccy srr.i annnady by cotpnta attncliad to
each note, which may becu jod'aaJ sjid to acy
bnU cr buukt-r.
The ir.'.o'Cft arvur.'.a ta
Onceentpcr J.yoaa?5) trta.
1 wo nnU cn a tlt'O r.r.ie
Ten on a Cfj r.o-.s
20 on a $I00' nr.e
I on a ICCO notos
fiotcs ofsll rienominitioi.s nmiedj will he
pr-jmpt!)sJjTii9hed upon receipt of subscript
time and tlie not.M forwurded ut om e. Tho
interest to 15th Juuo uc.it will bo paid in ad
vance. This is
HE OVLY
low i.v mm
now rflored by th" Government, find it In con
fidently fxr.'vtijd that its 8i!je ior advantages
will niako it the
CHEAT POPULAR 1.0 N OF THE FEOPI.E.
Less than t3ii0.000.opo of the Loan authorizo
by tho Congress aro now on 'ho market. This
amount, at tho rate at which it is beiujj abwrb
cd, will bo subscribed for within fjur months,
wlion tho notus will nndoubtej'y command u
pri-mium, as has uniformly beontho CAie ou
closirij! the subscriptions to othur Loons.
In order that oitbous or' fivory town and. sec
tion of tha country maybe ulTirdod facilitin
for taking the loan, thu National Banks, Slate
Pur.ks,and Private Lankers tliroughuut the
enntry havoonorully agreed to reccivo sub
scription, at par., Subscribers cill selectthoir
own sgints, in whom they havo coiifidonco.
and wIk. only are to bo rcsponsilile fjr tho de
livery of the uotts for which they reccivn or
.Lrs. JAV COOKE,
ISrnscnirTios Aokst, Puilado'.phi a.
Prii'fKiPiHNs wiil pk KtcEtvn) by the
First National liuuli of ('tiillicolbo,
First NatiiiTjal JJaiik of Cincinnati.
Mar 2d '',j lii.io.
THE NINTH NATIONAL BAKK
OF THE CITV OF NEW YORK.
AP1T.4L, $1,000 000, l'AI! 1
FISCAL ACKXT OK THE UNiTL!)
STATK.S.
And Srtcut Aoest run .Iay C tost, S mr-
TMN A 0 ENT,
WilHn'ivr T-SO Notes Fren of charge, by ft
pr'jss to all parfs of tho country, and revive
iti payment ''hecks on N'.-w York, I'hiladid
phia.au 1 Uo.-tun, currout hilN, and all )'. .
pc;r cent, interest notes, with interest to clato
ol'suh'ctiptien. Orders smit by mail will be
pri'inptly filled
This bank receives Uio accounts of Banks
and Bankers nn fitruruble terms; also of iudi
uals keepiu7 Now York a"cou.i ts.
J. T. HILL. Cash'r. J. N. OrtVLJ Frcs't.
Bwli 2, '65-
M'ei:il Aiiiioiiucvinriit.
At 11. T. ANTIIOXY A CO.,
inulacturers ofrholographic .Materials
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL,
501 BROAD H'Ay. ,v. r .
Ill addition to our n.ain bnxines of THO
TOGRAPA1C MATERIALS, "we are
Hea.hitiarte-s for the followiujr, viz;
grni!E03C"PE3 k 6TEKE090UPIO VIEWS,
Of thce we have an iimiiense assortmfiit,
including War Scenes, American and For
eign Cities and Landscapes. Groups, Stat
uary, etc, etc. Also, Revolving Stcreu
srepep, for public or private exhibition.
Our catalogue will be sent to any address
on receipt ol stamp.
Pholcgaphic Albums.
We were the first to, introduce these into
ho United Staips, and w ninuufaoture
imm"iiM quantities in grrat varie'.y, rani;
iiiE in prico form 50 cen's to -j'J eai.h.
0'ir ALBUMS have the reputation of be
iii2 superior in ueanty and durarniity t0
anv others. They will be sent by mail
FREE, on receipt ol price.
OT FINE ALBUMS MADE TO OBnra .
CABU IMIOTOGUAl'IIS.
about
10'J M-ijor Generals.
200 Uri. Generals,
27ri Colonels,
40 Artists,
100 Lieut. Colonels,
250 other Officers,
75 Navy officers,
135 Stage.
WO Statesmen,
1 30 Divines.
12 ") Authors',
;0 Promiu't Women
3 000 copies of Works of. Art,
inclii(!iiij reproductions of the moet ele-
thracd Engravings, Paintings, Statue i ete
Cjtalogne6 sent on receipt of stamp An
order lor one drzn Pictures Ironiour Cat
alogtie will be filled on the receipt of $1 80
and sen'. Dy man, free.
Photographers and others orderins eood
C. 0. D. will please remit twenty-live per
cent, oi tne amount wnn t rip i r order.
The prices and quality of the goods can
not tail to ean?iy,
april 20, 1S65 mo.
SHERIFF'S SaLE.
Richard Ashnrst & Son
o.inst. On order of
fc. A. nrarlun. John U. I', isale.
Brown, Iloury 1'cynolds, and I Vendi No
L. Holland. I
Iiy virtuo of an Vendi Exponas to m e direct
ed Iron, tho Court of Common Pleas of Vinton
county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of
the Court House in MoArthur. Vinton county on
aalurday the 20th day of May k. D
1MJ5,
between tbe honrs of cn o'clock A. M. sid
t'our o'clock F. M . of said day, the following
nipq'ty, to-wit: The North half of In-Lot
T, exiwp 10 feet off ol th South side of said
North half, also, the West half sf In-Lot No.
114 in ihe tdwn of McArtlmr, Vinton county,
Ohio. Taken as the property of Edward A.
Brotton to satislr a judgment in favor of
Kichsrd Ashnrst & son. Appraised at, Lot
No. 7, two hnndred nnd fifiy dollars, half lot
1H approised at twenty dollars, and must
bring; (wo thirds of that sum. Terms of rale
Cash in hand.
.IOHN J. SUOCKEY, She'ff V. C. O.
April 29,'65-4w.
I
I
NOTICE. SEMI-NNUAL STATEMENT
Of the coinlition of (he Tfeaaiiri of
jor f tell purpote on hand, for the Semi annual
r..,..
Bridge
p.10j, ....
Volunteer Relief
Mate Mili'trv
Schoiil ex School Hduc
Tiiwustiip & Tp. l'oor '
Infi'iiHry ....
Cmnmutation
Ministerial ....
T.itnl
Lees amount ever paid on Slilitary Fund
Balance in
Vinton County, wit'i tie amo -in t of fu 1 1
statement March th. I 6tii 186')
Fund
7ti 9
Tl 7
40 8
60 0
i
13ti6
bOS
414
43 I UO 0
8G !,3 5
(ill 2-J 6
4'iJ7 M 5
2 l- "JO 0
101 tit 8
rJ90d 9"'
92 3J 7
56 1
HENRY C. MOORE, Auditor.
March 16th, 1865. HENRY REYNOLDS, Treas, V Co. O.
NEWTON'S PILL
(.lull - ISilious.)
EWT0 S PI S.
aEYT-)iVS PILLS.
KEUTOK'SrifS
IEVT0i'S PIS
NEWTON'S
NEWTON'O
PILLS
PILLS
NEWTON'S PILLS
NZWTON'S PRILLS
Composed of liigMy Concentrt'ed Exiracts
from
ROOTS AND HERDS
Of the jfresteat medical value, prepared from
l lie original prescription ol the celebrated
Dr. Newton, nnd used bj' him ith such
remurliable Fti.Tfss fur twent yenrs in al
pints ol the United State, are h ii iiifulJtbie
remedy in all
DISEASES OF THE LIVE!!.
OR ANY DERANGEMENT OF THE
Digestive Organs
T.ir.V Cl'UE
DIARRIirivV
MAKRilfJU.
DUKRiKE V,
DlAKRliUiA,
DYSPEPSIA,
PYSPKPSU ,
DYSPEPSIA.
DYSPEPSIA,
SCROFULA,
DYSENTERY
D Yeili Yl ELY
DYSsENTEUY
DVStNTEKV
SCROFULA,
SCROFULA,
SCRUFL'LA,
BILIOUSNESS,
BILIOUSNESS,
BILIOUSNESS,
I51LIOUSNOS.
LIVER COMPLAINT
LIVKrt COYII'LAINT
LIVER COM LM NT
LIVER COMPLAINT
The wrP knr wn It, Vv'ahren, of Boston
says of thec Pills, "They have lh finest ef-
lect upon the Liver and diiresiivrt organs of
any medicine in the world and are the mosi
perlect purguiivo lnch has ever let been
made bv anybody. The effect have abund
antly shown to the community how much
they excel tne ordinary medicines in use.
I hey ate sale and pleasant to take, but pow
ulltoi ure. Their penetrating oroneiiies
'timnlite the vital activities of the bodv.
emove the (instructions of its oro-nna. nnri.
fy the b!ood, and expel disease. They pure,
out the loul humors that breed and erow
distemper, stimulate sluggish or disordered
rums into their natural action, and im
part a healthy tone with strength o the
whole svMcm. Not onlv do tl.ev cure ihp
rverv-day complaints of everybody, but also
foi'niidihle and danirerous diseases. While
they produced povverlul cfi'ects, they are at
li e. same time, in dimisheil dopes, the safest
and best physic that can be employed lor
children, and being purely vegetable are Irce
I mm any n.sk or harm.
The most icmarkahle feature of these pills
is the peifection with which thy act on ex
tiemely dissimifar chronic diseases The
same dcses cure Diarrhoea or Dyspepsia, in
either case restoring the organs to healthv
and natural condition, which cannot be said
of any other medicine in existence."
They create pure blood and remove all
impurities from the system, hence are a pos
iiive cure for.
Fever, Ileudiiche, Tiles, .Mercurial J)e
senses, and
Herniary Humors.
OCT i'rue liar per Hox. Trade
supplied or se Mail, pmt pail to a ny
pari of the V Stolen or Can urfns on
receipt of price, by
H.S.ROWE(f CO.Si!e Agents.
43 Liberty St., New York.
March23rl 13 65-iyr.
NOTICE TO BRIDGE
BUILDERS
"VfOTICE hereby given that the Commlssio
ners of Viuton County, Ohio, will on
Te20tA day of May 1865,
At one o'clock, P. M., on said day, let to the
lowest resposible bidder (he building or a
Bridge across Big Raccoon (Troek near Kzer
Hawkins, in Wilkesville Township, in said
county, for which purpose the Commissionere
vi II meet at the place where said Bridge is
proposed to be built on said day.
lty order of Commissioners
H. C. M OOKE And'r V.Co 0.
April 18th 1S65-6W.
lis Ohio JUoTf er
II D E
AT 11!
Koi.in;im
Don't Ruck lu llieWnr.
Many have died from Diarrheal and Dys
entery in your rto'meni; now take warn
ing and do nnt return without supplying
your knapsacks wim a bottle ol Dr. Strick
land's Anti-Cholera Mixture remember
how many were saved Inst year by taking
it after heing disrharged anil sent from lire
hospitals as incurable. One dose will im
mediately relieve the most severe race ol
Dtarhorca or Dysentery. It Is acknowl
edged to cure Chronic Diarrhoea and Dys
entery. Now don't neglect it, for on your
return a change of diet and water, etc
will most certainly hring on DiarrhoM, an
h 00 cent boltlo of Dr. Strickland's Liti
Cholera Mixture will cure you and govern'
others. It will keep good in any climate
Do not fail lo tell your comrades to put a
b;til of it in their knapsacks.
Sold by Druggists nn'Tprepired only bv
Dr. A. Strickland, 6 East Fourth street,
Cincinnati, O.
March 24, 't54. "l-y.
Suldif-rs we think Dr. Strickland i.
iuite rij;lit in advising you in Ins advertise
nPDt in our columns of today's paper t'
lake a bottle of his highly rrrommende I An
a-cholera Mixture in yout knupsneks, i'
may save tho lives of mnny of our bet sol
diers. Mothers, see thai your miiis do iioi
HP!cbt it. Yull run get it l ihe Drug nlori'S
nt 60 ten. per bol ile. It is the U-st rem
Iv fur DianhaM ulid Dysentery.
Mar 24 '04 1 y.
.Dk. IStkicki.and'b lii'i!cd;,i? l'..i
iile 'iy
Dr A.CoiuK-e McArtlmr.
Win, Dnrtcnslitiw, ILundon.
EAC01SUGE HUM WOligs
nrsrw"
mh FoLiVDHY-
AMIN r;ILI- PftOPRIEIoi;
1 1 A JIDlN, OH lO.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON II ND
AMD MAKES TO OliDEIl
Piltv'ij rtonx. Uo!!(i;v wM-v
AM)
i4LL OTHER KIND OF CASTINGS
It K uiidursiiriiud is new prepsro'l o e-.-..-, r
1 promptly ail work iir.ii.iid in l.i-i h.i,- .
l'i".-iiics. All kinds of Ciisiirsifs r-u .!h .:!.;. I
nt i'l'iindrles. wili ln ki-jit i.ii bund and iid f.d,
at the most reasnnaMc rates.
Tho facilities of the Foundry, si'uated. as i
is, i:i In midst nf Furnace where t'.e r
metal is always to be had at. n saving cxieii---m'.ii
be ovid-nt toall ; and tho s"lis,-rii.er b.
ing ileturniiiiedlMitti.be .iuldbi,i i-ilher in M
iiiali'.v or cheapness, of his nisimt'.o tere."-.
asks for and hopes to roeoivo the I'atr .imn
the eoiumiiiiity.
We aro iiiaiifnetorint' t ho licstan'' a a' im
poved Cank Mats. Tlidso wishing
Well to hand in their order in time.
BENJAMIN ML -nary
1 2th 1 S 3 . - - ifc
I L F E O
mmm
MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
I'ORTSMOUTH JiUNJU
ON and after Thursday, February 5, l-ils
regular Passenger Trains will run in cmii
uectinn with the Trains on main line hutwec
Portsmouth and Cincinnati . as follows :
' Leaves Portsmouth at 6:15 A. M., arrives u
Pioneer, at 9:35A.M.: arrives at 1'orthinil .,
10:06 A.M., arrives ta Jaekson at 10:57a. M..
arrives at namrten at 11:10 A.M.; anves at Ciu
cin- ati at 5:65 P.M.;
Leaves Cincinnati at 3:30 A.M.; leaves Ham
don at 3:00 rM.; arrives at Jacl son at 3:34 p
M.; arrives at Portland at 421 P.M.; nrrivosa
Pioiiccr at 4:50 P.M.; arrives at Portsmouth a
s:10 P.M.
Aceotiimodstion Train doports from Torts
mouth at 4:45 P.M.; arrives at Pioneer at :)
and dePartSat4:5il; sr rives at Jackson i S: 1
and llamd'n. i.t 7:30. l)eparls:4o ..M ; hi
Kves at Jackson at 7:35; arrives at Plmer
9:35; and arrives at Purtsmouthat 11 :45.
Through Tickets to Cinoinnati can ho obtaii
ed at Portsmouth, Portland, and Juukson, u
the lollowiog rates:
''ortsmouth to Cincinnu'J, 4.nn
Portland " do t.40i
Jackson " do 4,00
ROUND TRIP TICKETS.
From Pertsmouth to Cincinnati and
8.00 Tickets from Portsmouth to M
and Petersburg, $3,00.
JOHNDOHiND.B
,
R. W. QUADE, As sis'l Sup't
Fob.a.iih 1841 lyr.
NOTICE.
rVO the creditors of Darius Ferrel, deceased
on the J5tlidsy ofMarrpin tho year 1885
the Frobate ourt of Vinton Courty, Ohio
declared the estate of Darius Ferrel, deceased
to be nrobably insolvent; creditors are there
fore required to present their claims apainst
bua aptau, w ino uiiuersjgnea ior allowance,
within the nex three months from the timo
above mentioned (bey will not be
entitled
JOSHUA WOOD,
Sayroent.
lar. 30-a$w adm'r of Darius Ferrel dee
to
Bail!
PILES.
A SURE CUBE
EVERY BODY JS BEING CURED 01
ihisditM'S-n:g diM-ase by tne u-e ol
I. Sti n ulanil' IMIo lleiiitMly
Reed wl.nt a fufTerer eovsr
Mr. J. P. Hazurde, 104 Second Btreet.
Cincinnati, O.. sns he has lvn a dreadlnl
ull'iirer with I'ib s lor n loii? tnn. snU ha'
tried nenrty evrrythinp, and could o!itnin no
lief. He ned nhoiit one lourlh of a put
ol Dr.Stiirklaml'j I'lle Oininnlit, and ii
made n eomplf 'e cure. He a.lvites everj
me Im is milleruig to try it.
Sold bv all Drnufcisis. 00 cent" per pal
Maniil'aciiiroil ut No ti East Fourth sheet
Cirn'inoati. O. A-'k fur
T IM ( K LAND'S PILE HEM
5IJ ERIE'S SALL".
Slatt f Ohio, Vinhn t'ow.'y.
K. ii. Mercer I'lul 1 InCotuof
sgsinst Common I'lci
Peniandn Mil Pol't On Vcndi.
PUUSU.4NT ts tho command of an or.loroi
Mile in the aboi. cau"J to mo directed f"om
he Court of Common Pleas, ot the ah r.'ii..l
County of Viuton, I will rli'cr at puMio sale at
he door ol tho Court Mouse, niton townoi
iIAerthur, in the aforesaid county of Vinton on
Saturday the 32ml dn of April 1 SGj,
At tho hour of one o'c oel(. T.M., ofsuidrtev
.ne fnllowiug premises to- wit: The north tnd
I out lot luunher f o. (2. haing n s.'rip oil
the north end ofsaidld, about on-j hii'idre.l
old twenty feet wide, and all !' tho stud lotcx
ept that part or parcel ennvfve l byChariis
(ihhi-.s and wife to he Merr'n'la iV 'i -icnn:i: '
Ijailli.ui'. Coiupaoy. Also u-'iipelt ef'.lie. iw
,f side oat-let uuioh.r thrco.ciinininicintr at tl i.
hue betivcir. hits liuoiher' two ii'e
three running thetie en-t on i,e north ha,
it' lot number three until it intersects ' h
.ino running south from the soirdi wc-i
oraer of In-lot number welve, thence
sont Ii one hundred nnd twenty font r.n.'i:
it into 'sects (he c-ist and we'd lino o '' ttist oart
'foiit-lo'. number two, eonvcyd as ah, no
hence west to th" sai 1 divi-i n liu I'utmti"
lets ml v.bi r two and three, and tlieneo non I
mi th" phicu of beginning, all of said lots hp
.artso( lots liug and heing i'i Je'l'nins v 1 Ii
ion to tlie tow n of llurndeii Vinton county 1 1
.n w hicli Is M'uated a t'm.ndry f-.geOior ';!
'mi I'.'iL'i'io and machinery hclongin sa:
1'iaindry husine.-s,
Taken us fhd property of Beliiamin P'll
a'islv a judgement of -( rcsaid C"Ur'., in I'.i
vor i f K. II. M -rcr
pprais' d as C'llnws ,-wif: at tho sur.l "f
hreu thoui.and t'n'.ir l i:rjred duilais ni.d must
'ri:-L' two t hi i da id' 1 ha1 n'lii
TKI'.M.V ofs:h,,ea.-b i.i band.
D. i;, siKvm,, j. j. siioch'Ky
' Att.f.ir Ii ttr. Si, if. V.Co.O.
March aath lr,S S.v
r-f r-vT lax:'
....
-did
IHS. ' IE !4"S
M K L L I I' L II O U s
riURES Couglis, Colds. Sore Thro-t
Aslliiiia. ami CoiiFiiinpiiiiri. Disoi;!,
eeessary for etiv oi:n truiil'ied w it'u tins'
niplaiiit- to try ono b iil.e of
Hii'MlHUl's .IllilflllOllS i'oili'h llll'tlll!
i) emivince tiicni thai it is liie lu'si pii'imiai
H'H ever ii-ed. It no' only cures tlieuhov
irectioiis of tin' Throat ami Liirjrs, but ii
ores iV.ghi hiveats and Spitting ol Il'ooi!
nd is mi ixirli-nt gsrglc for anv kin, I o
."sure 1 hroui. Ii is .il-asani to tu''i', nml
afe ir.cilicine lur infans. Price fid rent
er bottle. Fur sal,' by Drigirts i i,er,i
v.
Manh 24. '041 v.
.1 ii 1 1 m i iii.niN a Pfai.i I'n ri.oi'K.
Piiii k .Six ' i .v s.
l."i In, on II, ' ii ".ii i e. 1 1 e:ii in, -Hi n d
Iiiliiai Cm- ol Ste riM'i! irr!i"t'3 m S--mi
ial Weakness, Imolii"! irv Emission:. Sex
I II llii'i'y n! I ii'id liiiiediui"l)t-:.t:i M in
i g- e,. r.uiy. f.-rvoii-iu s-i, U'lt.-uin
nut t. ilopsv , and r i'; JI"ntal and I'hy
in' In. upici'y, resulting Irnm S- If Abu-"
B ROIl'TJ. I..UI.VT.RWK1.L, M.I)
ntor ol the "(ireen liooli.'' i ;.
Tin world iennwii''d : u'linf. in this ad-
nir il)!e Lectnr-1 clotrly I'f .vs frmii h:s(iuii
Xp'riciiee that tin tnv tn enns' qoeni ,,s o
ii-h-Abuse may be elVt'riiial!y riiiiovei
Aitliodt intilii inc. an I iviilioui i!un".Tiii
trgiial ipri:'nu. boogies, in.-niiiienl
ing nr conlials. puiniiiirr out u, ureal unci
rain nnd ellecMiil. bv which every sillier
r, no in-itt-r what his coiiil.'uion nicy he
n i cure hinisdll cheipU, pi'vatlev. 11.(1 ra
..llv. THIS LECTURE U 1,1, I'ROVE
IMMLN TO liloUSANDS A N D 1HUUS
AN l)S.
Si Eli bVS MLt
'ia'' ff Ohio Vmtnn l.'ounty.
J. I Kimball A Co. Pltlf-1 r l n i o rt
sirainst r Common I''oh s
Wi liam Kiy. D-f't. j On Kxeculini,
i)L'KSL'.-iN I' to the ei minand of an order ,..
sale .ii tho Hbiwe cense to me direct' d fro,,
.lie Conn f Con.niKfi Picas, of the aforesaid
'.iiiity of Viiitoii, I will ritfir al public sal'; ut
tie door of the Court llnwsn.in tho tnwn v
MeAithnr ir. 'he aforesaid eoiintv of V'mt -n
Saturday thiHth day of May 18C5
it the hour of une o'clock, P.M.. ol said dm .
ho followingprnporly, to-wit: Tho south wis
jnarler of the smith-easl quarter and the nur'h
a-t quarter ol the snnth-easl quarter, and t lie
onth c-aat qiriir'er of the south-cust quarter
if section numher twenty-live, (25.) in Town
-hip number ten, (In.) of Bnnge number nine
teen, (19.) also, the north-west qnar(ur of
ho north-oast quarter, and ihe north-east
quarter of the north-east quarter of Section
number thirty six, (3ft,) in Township and
Range aforsaid Containing Two hundred acres.
Taken as tho property of William' Kay. to
satisfy a judgment in favor of J. B. Kimball &
Co.
Appraised at Two thousand dollars, and
must bring two-thirds of that sum.
TKKMSOF SALE.cash in hand.
MoClinticx 4 Switb J. J. SHOCKEY,
Att.s for l'ltffs. Shff. V. Co. 0.
April 87th 1S85. 5w
FAIRBANKS'
Sandnrd
SCALES
OF ALL KINDS
AVorchonse Trn
Lri c
FAIRBANKS GREENLEAF & CO
sa.ttonroe Street, TOLI DO.
fjfBe careful tobuy onlj jhe Genuir
June2nd 13641 1 r.
'MM
GOOD NEWS AT LAST! '
The le.w-r.IHrn KB, RAPIIAKL Is lbs Ut V4
ItkwMib nli.D all other! hii. BUIwL
ALL WHO ARB IN TROUBLE),
All who han bea onrorlnnsls, all vhon tbn4 hopM
Iut. Imsq di..pHiinkl, crushed, .ad Muted, all vbe
b.T. beta isdiK-i hj fslss promise .nil dMeil, .11 woe
hire Iwea decelTsd .ad tndtsl wllb, all (O lo him lar
oilvle. and to get estl.uc-tlon.
Us mskr. yot mufurtuoe. pus away, b. makw the
l.niter .nil ei"7 Jour .nsuie. fall liarmlM, and be
(tutsina yaiur cluumctcr aud nviieclnblluy la aplta of etll
repurt aud rumor. All who are in douht or Ih. Tee
llouauf Ihois tin')' lore conaulthiin lo relirT .nd Mlnf
llinr oiiiuli, sod lo Bod eat if their bright and ma
hops will be rsaliifd.
IN LOTS AITAinS EH NEVER
TAILS.
ITe tini Ih. asrret of wlnnlu? ths oflscUonf of liij
eripoiU. H. giUe (. anigh) lo a wealthy
h,ippy murria(t, and make. th. married happy. HM
aid .ad advice baa been anllcitrd in innsoieratil o
tuner, and tb. reanlt baa alwsy. beea
A SFEEDT & HATrr MAXRIACZL
T. make thing mur. sure, he will tuaw you ill liktv
nee. of
TOUR FUTURE HUSBAND OR WIFB
He will ti'll yon tlielr clrcum.tsucet audih.lr fuSiav
ruanccts; and what la better than .11, h. cut toll-.
Ihrir IhuuxliU and what llielr real" InluDtlou ai,
What ! bellr lilt, he can till yon if Ih.y will niako r,
haMiy. . , ..
l)r. B.ihl 1, therefor, a mr derTideii(.
To all lu biwiliHW hit Hilvic la luvnhuibl.. II. can (f
fell, with tlie KTeaUnt certulntji. III roult of .It
lui rclalaod bii.lnc8 tranictiuaa and fcnla!lon. 1,
Hiiplivl interprrts dreamt br lottery uuiubert nltb ua.
billhc acfU'ai-y.
LOTTERY NUMBERS
linn sllhont any entra charge.
MORS GOOD NEWS!!!
Dr. HAPF1AEI. will eaal your lloresrop. or wrtte
tear nativity. Krery man, lliroiiiih th. Iniinlh and
breadth of the land, who has laid lack, and who out
ant get ou lu the world, ihonld be lu poueMioa of hi.
Iluroecopt,, and l(ct Dr. Kaphoel't
Written Opinion of hit Future Proe
pecti in Life.
Tt will gnld. hint to wealth, emlnerir, and ls)nor.
Tlwn.nicts of kooiI men, who were Diiforlnnale and iui.
riereMfal la Iheir biinlnetn men who worked he.nl, aad
who ttragled affiln.t adversity and iiiiafiirtun. In.
greater part of thir live, sad w ho found the mure they
tried to frt for wind Id the world Ih. nior. thing wont
against them: Tboe men gut Pr, Kuplia.l t written
epiuion npon their future proaptrU In lifu. All ihoae
who wisely followed Dr. JUplmel' ailvlo. .ra now
RICH, HAPPY, AND SUCCESSFUL
In til their niulertaktiiR i while thus, who wer. blinded
by prfJmUce and iiciniriiiice, mrlecled hi. sdvlc. are aliH
kboring agaluiit sdvemiiy ami poverty.
He astured
WEALTII, EMINENCE, AND GOOD
LUCK
era within the reach of all. If y.tt wish te U rich asd
nappy yon w ill coutntl kiai sleo.
GOOD NEWS for the AFFLICTED.
Ho has the gift, nnd can tell the mulcted the cauae el
their disease and eulToriiiic. lie can .10 tell whether
they mu be cured or not, linn Having th. alukted both
trouble and expense.
Conanlutlim dally, Sundays eiccpted. Ode boars
ffom 10 A. M. to 6. 1'. M.
All Interribw. are strictly prtTata tn4 eosfldential.
Therefore wo tay, go one I go all I and cunauil
DR. RAPHAEL,
Tho Atrtrologor of tho 19th Century,
No. 59 EAST FIFTII STREET,
Beiwoen Sycamore Street and Broadway,
CINCINNATI.
perannal tnterTiews granted to G.otUmea eorf.
All busmen wuh .
LADIES
"tobedonobylrttee
PWPcrsoni at a ilhtane may com mun lost otwri.
pr.srii.i.T by 1-tter, if they lricli.'N HOLLA U, .r
Consultation Feo, in each letter. All letir, eumntn
tiicallun, and Inlervlewa, are strictly private aud oua
fidenlial. Ko anew.T will l (tlven to lettus unlet u
dollar Is Inclnu l a a I'oinltstlon iee.
A'lilrea. all letters aa fellows :
Dlt. RAPHAEL,
BOS No. 2463. POST OmCC,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
Let It he clearly n.
erahyxl ilnt the price named M a cuiKiiltatioo fee p.y
fir ai-nnmiltatleln'iily. It 'lis nol pay for lbs Doctor'!
written epini.m of your future presjiects in life. It doe
not pay fur winning the .tl'eetii'tn of the opiw.ll. k-,
nor for (ho consuniniatlou of a happy marria, nor fw
itnli g any otle r biifincst i.mii'-l In Ih. alsiv. a,iterli
mi-lit. 1 lie Hoctor lins a died price for doing each .
rate knsliirit. In your cnnanltntloa with the Doctor, jo
luarn how yon can reatlw the fond hope uearvat your
hfurl ; you am told how you can et all you want, suJ
iew vonr liiiiiine. onht to lie done o that It isu um
fail. He will foretell what f your DK-STIXV. Ii, ehotl,
be will till what it before yai, etc.
Caution to tho Public.
Pr. W. flapl'sel, Ihe Aslrnletter, ha no connection
IthrROFESSORnr Dr. W. M. BIhal, or with soy
othor geiitleman of tho same name.
01-Out this advertitement out. When yne
bring it with yon and ahow it to th. girl who uan I
door. To prevent miatakes, ask to
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF.
LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
And learn that a pcrf.ict and radical cur. I war ran tod
and guarantied toall who areatllictisl with weakness,
debility, nerTona complaints, melancholy thought, d
predion of spirits, distress and ati;uih of mind, Ins
of sleep, lost of ni'inory, loa of energy and mascular
pnwor, puny growth, wasting away, aud a want of coa
Ailonco in tliemselves, fainting tits, convulttr. tww
LlliiKS, impotence and diagnet of life.
HKAIl.WIIAT TUK 4IKD1CAL PltKM SATS.
Pome plivsiclamt reipiire to be told the nature of yonr
dimwo (lie KNtiLlSii BOTANIC PUVSICIAN iloa.
Dot. His ui'rfect knowledge of the hamsn system enables
bim to describe tho dUeasct without suy Inlormat'ea
fmm (he patient, to explain lit original cause, nnd t
guarautoc ita cure. And, what is more valuable ttiil, he
wiil honestly and frankly tell whether yuft can be cored
or not. All hi commtinicattoaa nnd interview at.
ttrirtly private and conDitentiaV ilfeiieoi Joursal.
The Uotauic ltemeiliet of Dr. Raphael, the Knglfck
Botanlo I'hyaician, never failed yet to make a perfect,
railiral, nnd permanent cure of ALL PRIVATE, SE.
CItET, AND VKNKHKAL DISEASES, wltlwnt the m
of Mercury, wilhuut hinilerance from business, wwi
without fear of dlacorery or expoaure. No deadly pol
aona, aucli at arsenic, mix vomica, opium, or any olh.r
lolaun. No mercury nor any deadly minerals nothinf
nit purely Vi'getuhle llotaulral Kemcdlet aroused by
this wonderful Botanic Physician. Hit Botanic Rent
diet never yet failed to cure the moat obstinate and tha
moat dangi-roits case, and to remove all merenry and,
other impuritieiTnini the system when all other Eente
die had fnlliKl. AfeiiWtJ Journal.
UOOD NKWS KoK HINOLE MEN C0NTKMPLAT
INU MAItRIAOR. Hear what th. Baltimor. eoriw
pomlent of the 0'1'lfeitow, Boonaboro. Maryland, tail
on Thursday, the 31st of May, IstiU:
" Nuinenaia cures of diseases caused ny early lndlfcrs
Hon having lieon performed by the English Botanic Phy
tician. 1 fet-1 it my duty, having a knowled(ro of thou,
to ttat. the fuct, believing that in doing to 1 may d. at
service (o the suffering. One case in partlcnlar that
of a young man in this city is worthy of not.. He had
become the victim of a habit, the mere alluilon towhlctk
cause a shudder, and after yean of tuffering and doctor
lug gave up all hopes of recovery, lie wished to msrry.
and was dourly boloved by as iweot a girl at ever lisped
words of enaction, bnt ho was fearful, nervous, and pros
trafcxi. He dared nut wed on account of the shattered
state of h is system. He sought relief at the hands of the
Botanic Physician, and, astoniahing a it may teem, alt
the hhiom and vigor of youth hot returned, and 0. aB
Dow the happy father of a pair of bright boy a."
Any who are auftering, n. matter what their SOS
plaint, can call on th. BotAnic Phyaiciaa confidentially,
'i'hry may rely upon relief. His ofMce Is at Mo. 69
XAST FIFTH Bet. Sycamore St. and Broadway, CIN. .
WidthT "
tJjTiTFi
ON Sa'urday the 25lh day of March 188
atone o'clock P. M, in the afternoon, on
(he premises in the county of Vinton and State
of Ohio, will bo sold to the highest bidder tha
following real estate, as the property of Simeon
Dixon deceasod, to-wit: The north east half
of tho north west qnnrtnr, and the norfh west
quarter of the north wost quarter ofsoefioa
number five, (5,) in Township numher nine,
(9.) of Rango numbor nineteen, (19,) oontain
ug ninety-two acres more or lesa.
Appraised at Seventy-nine dollars
TERMES of sale, one thiri cash in hand, on
third in Six month and the residue in T elvo
months, Defered payments to bear interest
from the day of sale, and to be eeoured by
mortgage on said premises.
SIMON R. DIXOr-T,
Fob. 28,18 8S-4w Adm'r of Simeon Dixon dw.
For Bbnk Deeds. Call at
GENERAL CLAIM AGENT.

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