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1 woolJ fulo hitpa it mif!t n bo jhi
a. in innlinintf 1117 friend ti that
u.licv wMch seotmto ma to be de
mHDde I DJ jirujisucu uu u
tf au en iMirioiimu.
lctill,
R. H. STANTON.
June 15, 1865.
ilt 3JU Jribar flcmodst,
A BR 'i A no , : t.l)IT
'HITK ME.V
SHAM. KCLK AMKKICA
-I- " -
.M uAKTHUU, OHIO
TlIl'ltItY
Republican Convention.
lliiiCtiiti Convention nift at Ool
uiiibus jejtorJajr, aa we ara inf-miR'd,
ntnl cnfusioii reiuod supreme. Hie
Huh that m to eay t!o white Aboli
tioriHt mi l tlia l'oIoi-jJ popuUriou itro
rampant fur a plank in the platform,
d'.'olrtrinjj for Negro.; to liavo tlio
rigbtt) V'lto, and Loin plaje l upoi
qtaiitj with tlio whitC3 before the
,tw in all rights and privileges, ol
c'.tiz.'iu. Tha Conservative r:iot
of tha R.ipublicma cschow tha the
nojfio eulTrago tfco. and curee ami
(liiuo the lids and Ntgros. There
was no calculating which way the ca'
wouljjump. J.N. Free in the eve
ning was adJroasing a mix-d asuem
llj of white and black Republicans,
ntlha E'Wt front of t!ie Capital, ami
a nijer band was acreiuiliitg the
t'itj. It was certain that the Uidic
U would triumph in tho Humiliations
if tho radical plank
bat
would be put in tho platform for fciu
that the pnb'icmiiidU net vst bro't
up to the Black Standard.
Andy Johnson says the [...]
must be paid.
'Wa bear that And Johnson, whit
wa horn poor, and raised poor, and
is yet of tho ptople iu liia property
and expectations, has given the order
for Retrenchment ami Economy, and
declared that tho N itio-i must go
right to work to pay its Del!.
Good!
Tha National DeU has been ciph
ered, and the sum t nal U a bi ono,
bat the American People is a hip
on too- Oj the Srat ot July mi1
our Jebt will foot up in round nnm
herd Throe Tlioinand Millions. We
ran pay it without strain, without up
preaaioa. 'We can pay it, and add
to our wealth, liat we .have g't to
practice economy, public and privato
We have particulary to apply econo
my and watcufuinesB to tne LfgiBla
tion of Congress, a'id to the admiriH
tration of tho Dopartmenti and Bu
reaus in Washington. The expenses
of the Government must ho shoved
back lapidly and in good faith to
ward the old peaco footing ot 1S60
We may never asain get quite
that hut let na cot as near to it
we can.
The ablest statists in tho service ol
the Treasury Department liave bo?n
directed to meunnre the wealth and
resource? of the nation, and to emu
late when it will bj possible for us
pay, ond probable that we will pay.
that immense debt of Thro. Thous
and Millions. They have reported
that tha "bottom dollar" of it can be
paid in twenty years from 1870! !
Good again! L't flu watch word
PAY OFF THE NATIONAL
DEBT!
Dr. A. E. Isaminger.
Has been appointed by the Gover
nor of Ohio, Military Surgeon for
the county of Vinton. This is an t-x
cellent appointment, and, ono which
we do not doubt will give universa'
satisfaction. The Doctor is a partner
of Dr. Condee, and though a young
man, has already by his urbanity and
strict attention to LpBitxee, won
goldenfopinions from all sorts ot peo
pie.
Residents of the connty, should
tear in miud, that in order to bo ex
etnpt from military duty, or the pay
mi'.nt of Commutation money, on tho
ground of physical lability, they
mu3t be ixanciued and receive cor
tificatea cejiificates from other phys
iciana will not itnswer tho require
ment of the bw These certificates
must be presented to tho County And
itoron or boforo tin 15'h of lunst,
of each vw, as required by law.
Drs. ImmingT will have his offlvje
open (it tho drug store of Dr. Om
dee and Ifamhiger, McArthur) from
the ht day of July until the 15th
day of August.
TlIK IwU'CBUCVN 1'l.ArriKM
The U -publ;eaii I'latlor.u, 11 ) rjte I
yeaterday at Co:uml)iif, attompM to
iloilgo the q'ifStion ot ni'gn bh Jj r:i
f. rlhis c:;iii aign, tearing that il Hi.
party took h told B'ati I uii hi it n
would be lielta'ed, Wi- f h ill b .ph
st-e if tha kind of iroce'nre is satis
factory to the p.'oplo, and whether
thev will permit 'he organization
Hain to steal iiuwer thro;i h evasion
and 'fraud.
Tho lollowing is the R'pnb iein
bta'e ticket, fr he Oct-ibi-r elect on.
iioiiiinoU'd ut Coluirdiiw yiMt. nlay :
iur Governor Jieol) U Cx.
Fur IieuteimiH-(i ivernor A. G.
McBnrney, ot Warivn C hhi'v.
for o'ate Ireairer b b. V ar
ren, of Lorain Comity.
For Soiirt me Jailge,( 'ng knir)
Jacob Briiikuilio.fr, of iSummit
County.
For Supremo Judgo, (racancy.)
John WeUh. of A'luns Conntv.
For Att rncv General Win. II
West, of I.ogau County.
for School Commissioner Cap.
J. C il orris, of llarri-on Countv.
For Clerk of oiipremo Court
Rod ii( y Fooi.
Juno '2 Iff.-- Secretary Seward, in
noticing the revocation by Lnt.land
and France af the rigLrs of liel mer-i-rits
heretofore accorded to the South,
takes occasion to protest against the
original act aa unfriendly, and as no'
.u.ni: 1.,, InkiKunt infiul l.anr
WttMnUllU Llj AllLUI III' IVI'.M
Ile'expr. fses the right an J inten
tion ol the United States tJ capture
rebel cruisers, under whatever n ig
they may bo placed, and refusing to
recognize the validity (tauy transter
that has becninnde.
The Negro Suffrage Issue in
Ohio.
The Urhana (f ') Citizen states that
tho Republican ot Champaign connty
r.ve elected toeir Dlojatua to the
2ht ol Juuo Convention. They are
us follows:
" Hon A- r. Howard, S. T. Mc
Moran, J B ylmntrong, M. Galiag
her. D. W. Bawling;"
77(6 Citizvn ndd:
After the election uf delegates, S''t
ator Howard was railed up n and
made a speech, In whi-h he annotinc
ed hiniblfin favor of N -.-gro-voting
univernal suffrage was thu word. If
is only fair to presume that Mr. How
ard iB tho pyokesiiiitn for tlu ba ancf
of the delegation and the Convention
that nominated him."
[From the Enquirer.]
The Fourth of July Orations
of the Commercial.
s
Our cotemporary ot the Ci nurn rc
ial is of the opinion that (he connrij
Fourth ol July ought to bo celebrated
with pecn'ar unction and fervor, anil
that we outfit to lay particular a'rexs
upon our superior fruedotii over all the
ot her people ot the earth.
Adopting this idea, who so fit to
he tho orator of the occasion as cur
neighbor on tho corner of Fourth an I
Race? We can taucy him speaking
to an acmiring CfO d of freeiui.u, a.-
follows:
' Fbixow citizbss. Thu is tho
greatest Uepuolie tho world ever saw
We have tli i tresst and bv-at (Jov.;ru
ment ever established. Thure '"a no
people who have any civil liberty
except ua Americana. Every thing U
tree in this country, llm presH is tree
Speech is free. ' Wo havu the trial Sv
jury ana uio iiaoeas corpus, uui
Government ia not founded upon
lorce, but rests solely upon tie con
sent of iie governed. In t lie efi'ek
despotisms of tae old world thu ia rci
so. There, persons are held in nub
jectin by the power of tin awerd and
iho bavo let. There, (tie tie ut union
ia force. There, tfie pre id not lieu,
but papers are suppressed if they up
pose the measures and policy of the
Government- There, a surveillance
ia kept upon human thought, and
treodon. of speech is punished by
imprisonment in ini.itary f'oits. There,
men who have ufl'cn led tho overim
ment are denied the right ofinal by
a jury of their countrymen, but ait
sent before tribunals organized to con
vict and military conituicaioiis. Tocro.
States are held down by military
terror, and the people are groirmi to
the earth by opureBsivu taxes ami ini
positions upon labor.
"We can have no conception of
the miseries ot the Old World in thi
particular. The American Eagle
yearns with indignation at tho very
(hooght, Our glorious banner of the
Stars and Stripes wave over anal
tion of freemen, and not over serfa aud
vaasala.
"fellow CltlZeilR, yOU Would not
allow vour libi-rtiea to be taken Imhi
rnn. I'.L.. ttu. ,l...n. rulu i..n,M.. l.
. ... - ......
live UVOI1 tllO ('tiler SI'Jo Ot tho At Inn
tic You havu been era lied in Mbur
ty, and have ahvaya bnathuJ the air!
ol freedom. Your symoat'uiea are as
irm.dim t n cunt nfllit nnon u- bifh ton
dwell. Where was there a ;umi;,
struggling for libeity that li.l po;
have jnur sytnpathv and tipp.-r'
You were the iriendsnf hin-ii v.ii iiy.
Polan I, Greece uiid Ireli.i ', w, all
"titer na' ;i'iiii!ni s rh it li'.ic : a hi p
rat" g'.neri,i:aet. With uli-.t "I'T
and Z' a! I: tie de.' A tiurTvu) ;n,.i,
iro.tHti.d ' -t l!u. ill'.ji Ut i.M . !,,
ill'.' r itit ! 1;imC . a il I linivli'
tl.'lt in " . si-: ! ; tiio ,
wisiiUf o i:er p opie i i ir" ;it la
v..r ul eveiy puo-1 havin.; . ii e fv
.'lUIIK'UI tiley il.-ire, a. lii HI. n fi.V .'U-i
ly uwa ting tne tiiu wln.ti t (. Am r-
can Laie iTs-voip d-iwn i.:i)o iho,
French leopard iu the p-ttuH of tho
C-M.i:.ras. 1
'FJI"W-c:t;z ns, what a great
un'ry wc have i-tchiug fi'.-m thu .
limit Lakes t- the .Mexican Gull, and i
niti (he At.aut'C to tne IV-dic.
I'ne etl'.r. ot trait .rt to li vi.l ;t h i v i
aikd. and, inte t l of its h. n,' -.u I .
t-r, v slrtd not nav..- i.mg t In -
tore Alannet D.stitis v . 1 1 tive n-
theenli.e contni nt Th i..efie des-
utisma ot Eng. an I a-id Fiane" a-.il j
ou driven out "I Canada arid Mi x e
and tlieti, from ,he North i oe t Hi.1
Soiiihurn S a. thu wh-le e titimut
will be one free republic, with Dial
lave upon it I
In purauanc of thu doc'r ne o the itn ,
mortal Ueclaraiion n indi ii n ! tic ,
that "nil men are bom Cite Hi d iqual,'
we ureaOoiit to admit the dowiitroudeii
i rican in'o a lull pariicipatioii of ail
ur glorious political rights. Indeed.
ho ia to be lite corner stone nl i ur
restored naiionaliiy.
fellow ciUZJtis, wu are the greatest
military and naval people that the
world evir saw, and with n positive
ullurtjWo could whip in agreatcaiisu
(an l we tigti. in 'io other) ail Enr.po
.unbilled U.ir intiiru id aa br.lliaiit
as our past ia gloiiona. and to the ia
tent I'etierat! am o r.cordud tnno tho i
bond of our Union shall be perp-tlial
and unbroken; and i.ur bunneirt. all
pangled with stara and sin p-s, shall
ever float tvir an .nviicble hat o.h i
iV.-einen lill.. ..., nn In 1 I wti n ...
ol the patriotic pout
"Fl ik of Lite htart'i linp and h mie,
JI jiiol li.n.lt lo vu ur t'i '''ti i
T Ji iri liitvit IU t'i'j woikin duni,
And ull thy hnos wuro h jrn ia liuavcn
F-iruvcr 11 al tlmt ntundurd Khi-.it. !
Wliurc nreiiihu.-i the loo but liiflaiiuforo in,
With Kre,.,..m'a - nil boncntli our eat,
And Freedom's hahi-cr streaming u'ur a
;
,
,
i
HYMENIAL.
MAUKIKL). Juno Kiui ?i5 n tl,o l;rv. Mr
Whit.j, Dr. A. F.. liSAMLNOKU i OlcArl'air. 0
to Miss AUNES J. Mc.U ANUjAI. of .Wilioy 1'.,.
On the 18th at tho r. pid .rceiif Win finM,
M rtlr.ir, O. Iv Cev. I.'I Fi-rrn. .Vr.J.'i
ESZ. I). S I I II. and Mi.- LOUWKAKB,
all uf Viii ,i t.'onnty (I
f (I! fl t I f f ,
PlIluADEIiPH A PA
kISEASIOSOFTHK NRHVOfS sr..
MIN L, Uf. NARY AND SKM.'.Mj
o l e, ia new n t r-lnl) l t ni"-t
in re,.i,ts ol the HO'-VHUS ISM) I
I I . v . . ... ...
iiu. cieni nv lunil la i-p i e.i 1,-tier i-nte
In in, (" of i-!i i..r A.I lr. -.
i r,i
III .1 , r it i I j
L.IA IlllUUII WH. Ilmvar.l Wi. i-itl in
I. i-iti HI
'i. 2 bo'illi N'li'h Htrfi-i P'liiinl.-lp'iid, Pc
Dr. i A 1.1) () IT'S t' I L I.S
Cil:linn5i H nfhinliK- Piinrin!rn.il i.v!rrrt.
horn roots and lierhs of the hilies tri-iiical
value, n.l illih.e in the eon? ol all d.'ien" s
of tit- I.ivcr ornny (liTiiiineut ol tli.' Lli
teritive Ornans. Tliey rpnnivp all Imptiri-lie-
ol the Blood, find ma uiieanu ed in the
elite of Dinrrlid. J .nn lire ll iw.uiU S,-.. i
fula, Uilinune.-s, Liver C m iltint, F- v-ia. i
lleaduclie. Pile.-j, .Mprcu ial Dr--e itvt, Ib r-
ditar) llinnor? Do for adnHs.one ,,j: in
ihe m.iii.ing eliil Irm liilf a pill. From one
to lur e puis will cure ordinary cines. and
from one to three b' Xes will rure euv cures
ble rae ol no matter how liiiiestai.ditm:
P. .. ci nn u r i ..
lire 81 00 r box, rrodupphed o, sent
M10iTTJlPfiTrMn .. n
re ir-, i 7p ?"VBCt,
June Ul 186-) -ly 62 Fulmn N Y
T'lIE W.N'FESS DNS AND J-XIT.lilENC'E
1 or an invalio. '
Publishi-d for the bentflt. and an a PAU
TION to YOU Vff mkn and other-, wlm cm'.
m i ',c,v "t""1 ' 'rt-inuune iscii)
' '"n s ,. "e ""'"opinio
iik Mean's or Star (Jliik. Llynio win, hasl
qii.e.i in inr-ui t .il tor nn
euukery. liv eiu-l '-tm:
tnveloj.o filial J eoidea may
llior.
HATHA MFL MA YFA1R. F.nr
Hroo tlyn, Kh,- ,'o K. V i
.lnne2nd 1SR3 -lr.
'IM'f llK KeRVOU." DK;M ' KATE" AND
1 DKSl'OXKNTOFIiOTIIsl-.XKS A yr.it
mff.ror InivinK Ix-en r'iired tn health in a taw
duya. after many year til' mi-ory, i a iilinj .
wift liiNanlTarintr ( How-creature ly on fi
(t'ns), oruthe leccipt of a postpaid :.dilrei.l oi,
velnpn. acupy of the forniuleofcuro emploved;
iiree r
JOHN M. DAGSELL Brx 133 P.O.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
WHISK IRi. UIIISKrits
Do yon want Whittor r Monitnelirs n
Orcian Compound will for e them to erow nrli
I A ...inAI ItAar f.,.. nr ..l,!n n 1, .. ! . . if . , t . 'l
in Six Week. Pjlee I1.0O. S.-nt by mail any
wliore. eloBelv e:il. d. i.n reeeip' of friee
Address, WARNLR &CO.. Box l. :
Brooklyn, N. Y. I
Feb. 16, '65 ly, i
For liiank Deeds. Call nl
j
, v...s ... rumu i:mn
Xl
a postpaid u.l,lreBca
may bo had ot th au-!;
,
a
a
t
SHERIFF'S SALE,
OMo. Vinton County.
"b.mwU Ktler..fll l'ltff.1 Int'. nrtcf
wim f Cumt'li-wHon 1
f Kiruiitl Dofu J i. order of.io
U berehy jivonthttl will offr for Mle,
.,ut,i0 aiietinn ut hc doir t tlio Umrt
II.u,,lutlnituwuufMu Arthur, Viuluu Cjuih
uu" u"
22 ' d'lycf Juhj 18(35,
'it ononvi-ick P. M of nil ilnjr. tlio f .Howlmr
rom e-inra iowii i lis nm tuv quur cr ..i in
mn tli i q'lartor of it.cii..n ninii'ier livo.
!' ti-li p urinh. r U u . t'i n' iiiiinliTi'iilit''eu
ll'o ' liiiltCf il'-n..r li p-t uii.trli r.
! I nor . h hiil.it lli.i -(nf. wt qim ier i'f
rCtl 'll 1 : il Ml'cr . ..' '
rwt'" M'llrl'i r ijV ii
ii.ni'iin I.'i i '. f t
vir ii l a . Aii r '
ii Miiun-r ,
'li.
. .i-l rriM Irao' k
h re or li.- '
I' 11 rl i.f ('..Mi
I'liMit i'l in. I :
I
I. 'I- .11 H
! . a . '!
Il
in
"Kiiilitucn yoiirn pstuhl ishcl in If T. City,"
Only infill lililc ronir-iliB known."
"Kreti Irom I'nimiiiit."
'Not claiiif. ruim to tlio Hummi Fmnilv "
''KuiHcuinu out of tlioir lioloe to tlio."
'Coxlar.d" Kahi, Itnarli, Ac, Extcr'n.
I a pjo-ucuil fi.r R.itu,
Minu, KuHdhus, H!ack mil
M;d Aiil.t, Ao., fce., tt.
"CoKtnrV Ord-DitK Exterminator,
Is it liquid it wobIi. tmcd to
duatr.') , Hint n'sn ha a pre
ventive fur Bud-BuiM, Ac.
'CostarV Klu-t ic V .viler for Insects,
Ih f r Mofhs. Mimqiiiton.
Kl-w. UeH Bittr, Inoc's on
l'linK, KowN, AniinaiH, o.
jT S.M hy all Drii;i(i.ta i u I Ketuitorv
B' i r wllcru.
I3f ! I I IitwAHE ! ! I of all worjiiUns iinl-
' r-8fe Unit "CwlaiV mime In on o.uil,
Hox, fottio.ai.J Fm-k. i.-for v n miv.
P,INniP4 D.pot asi iLZJ.s. y.
if t Or. a. i'ovbke. hm Uii limit-
'- -I leiiorln MuAruur, Ohio.
18G5.
.NCREXSH OK HATS.-Th'i Fur-iv i'- G ..
Knirlinti ) -nrtK mi. I ptuvus In liuri
Ihut one piir f.f rut will luvo a r.irmiy aiel
luLi'i)clinitn tie lerM than 65 1 , .'il in t lir.ru )ir.in
f.'niv, ui.I'-k-tliln i "ii mciira family ran lm kiM.t
dn.ni, thry would on-Minui nur food than
w.jtid auHtutii hy0"U inmian he,n .
l'''i or.
1865.
n 1 mi, Inn ttTi
itn i a versus inn.ii.-v tv nncvor f n-
go.-a in 8h-nitlilr ginillliirU Ua ernel
iiiiin, whoever toils in pxterinin.iting r.its
is i b-Mipt ictm We should hki some nl
mr enrri'p'iiiilenH lo nive n tin bent-til of
1(ljr e x i rien e in iliiving mil tlipse pnmg
, , , ,l; l ? , . r T
,W-f Mjm-'hing b-Md.M d,,?, rts I
irai for 1 1 1 i - bui in s Stimttjic Smsricun.
New York
(r See CosiAn's" ad verti.-emeut in
ihis ;ii'pt-r.
18G5.
Pi'isTa P. p jt : vri ii it t v lTr.n
n ,t ,i , ......
ei. K.nyR'i' t is . t c ji t i - it, pn.periv
p.ep re.l iirci riling iii direct .oi.s wil eat
" - ' Kf'
M i,' Sum .(-.. f.. , .. . a IV
i. h. .. il... ,.. I .-,..,.., ...I r..i. w...
liV.'i M.rrnr
See t:ofiAaV' ii.lverti-ent-iit laths,
P' I.
iSnid in M. -Arthur Vi itun LV. (iliio.
K v Iir,.'.. CO.NDEr,, and ull Dm-gists
and l. hIhts
Juii" I5t" 1365,-- 5 no
i.CS WATCil.
,
A" a',''J"' 'Veliy in Wulrlit-s.
Jiift c.ea l ties w.,ir.l,
neiv inventimi coin.'.).-! d of six di lie rent
f.... .u .....h; , .a ...'i.i . , , ... .
... .o . ,tiv i'mk'i i,.j ntr r all. I UlUnQ
ihei, producing an exact imitation o 18
'"tgold, called Arcana, ivhieli will at
w,y 1"'et' ils color- Th".v are "8 beau.ilnl
POlid gold, and are stf-rded at one-eiaht
,ht! r"s1, "le Ca!ie 's beautifully designed
iv iih Punel and shield lor lume, with Kit-
'nt Pn-h Pin, and cngnveii in the exact
IjHivIe ol the celehriiied tiold Hunting Levers
and are ren.y nimi-oine and desinbl , and
. Vft. --X.hu; .:i ' S I - il.f.l. .'V
i. ! i.,.. . .' :.:f. i i-v s...- il.;. in
i ' :" ' '. - i'. ,.,.!.-r.-l . -1 ;
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lit- 1 . l - '.'!.
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i . ...k ;..- -'x' ! i -t1 t. t
,. :: . . I . ;- !. , . r ki I t !ur i i.t
lm -i -r i .! '
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Wl: ..I . !'., . . k- '. '!!, K1.-V.
It ' t'l..; V S . r.;!' V l. O
.I'.n ,1' fi 5.i
1865 1865
so exaci an nnita i.iii nig iht as to tie y de
oinr,, 'r"'0";, LT--mi,vemen. ,8 .nai.ufac ure.i by
ll,e we" kn uvn fet- "n,'r -vatr.h Coinpa,iy
o! Europe, an I or" sUa"bly, flili-hf I, luvin
so exact an iiriira-ion g ,h as lodeyde-
. m ' 5 , ' ,
enrrraved pnllets. lai.' y raited bridges, ad-jiii-ting
r gul itor, tviili gold bilan. e and
tlio improved jeweled artiuii, wiih line dm
ud skele:on liand'.and is vvarra.ited a goo I
tinip kee.ier
Tiiese watches are ofthrpe different sizea
the emalpn for LaHips. and are ull Huutinu
Oases a rap of pix will be rent by mail or
- . i I r. rr i. r . . i . . .
uilirrs ior ciiij uu a si'igic one eeni in
hati l.-oine M iro.xo Cae for ft25: will
readily sell lor three times their com, We
are so'e agents for this watch in the United
Stales and none are getiuiue which do not
bear our Trade mark
Address
GIRARD W. DEVAIIGH & Co
Importers 15 Miiden Lane N Y
June 8-65 4w
HOBEKT WELCH S ESTATE.
NOTCE U hereby Riven that the eubfcribe
has boen appointed and qualified admin
Utrator on the estate of Kobart Welsh, late of
intoo tjoutry aeaeased.
Juo 22,-65-3'r DAVID FOREMAN
.
GEO, If. WILL'S COLUMN.
Spring & Summer
DUY GOODS,
FOR 1SC5,
. M. WHLIi,
MAIN STUr.ET
ir6 Arthur,
TI
AS NOW RECEIVED ALL THE
i.Mtcs Novelties in .
Spring mid Summer
DKESS GOODS
Por the Ladies SUCH A3
COLORED uiid BLACK SILKS.
LSNO and VICTORI CLOIHS,
Z iY VRAS.IiK LYONS.
M 'Z.diWBIQUES,
M 'HMKS, in ((real variety,
ALI'ACA in all ahades,
-ALSO
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
BARAlZE'S,
LAWNS.
1RINTES AND
Mourning Goods.
Domestic Go ods.
OF ALL KIND,
BRO'.VNMIISLIN.S,
BLh)A('liEI) MUaLlNS,
CAl.l'.'OES.
CHECKS,
SIRll'ES.
GINGHAMS.
AT
O tnVi'LV III30UCGD I'RICES,
Piriicular Htientimt in invited to our
fin k o'
Clitli. r.'ssi inert?, Vt'f-t3. Col
lars, eeli l'it'8, Hid
II a ii il k v i ch i e fs .
Tog.'tnr with a very large and well select
d Stnok
-OF
CARPETS,
BRUSSELS.
THREE PLY,
INGRAIN,
HEMP,
ALSO
FRESH GROCERIES
COFFEE,
RICE
&c
SUGAR,
AND SPICES,
Sugar Hou-e Uilasses a til. 20 per Gal
lon Syrup at 41,20 per gallon, and every
other article in the Grocery line, a, 11 of
u hicb wilt 'm sold at the .
BY-
GEORGE B. WILL,
June 16th 1865 tf.
1
LET THE AFFLICTED READ I
An.l Iwirn thai prs-t tad radical ear b mrnnM
. 1 ,n .11 .hrt .r. .Ill irlwl villi MklUli.
d..blliiy, iwrvoiu cainplalnu, nlnchol thouibu,
Bi-Miion or plrlK, uin nu w. .... .. .
ll-p. I.i of nwrnorv. I.i uf nHi an J miuKBUr pow,
p.m arowth. wwtlfi aw iy. and a want of oonBd.iK lo
il.rru-lM. fainiine ni, toutul.tro tremtillogt, Uapo
triiM and diigual el Ufa.
UTAH WHAT TUB METICAi PHBS3
SATS.
Hnam i.t.jol.nn rjnlr to b told lb natttra of ynr
dHouw-tlw ENiiLISII BOTAN10 PHYSICIAN do
rwt. U la p St kn.wllau .if llw haroati tftem anaWfe
him l dewrilw th dltiww without any lot irmatloa from
llii lutk-ot, torapUIn IuorlKlnal cant, and topiarapU
In tun. A ad, whut la mora Ttjlnabl ulll, b will boa
wily and fi unkly It'll whalhrr yo can b euird or not.
Tbla will uify your mind, anil aava yoa tiptnaa. tlrua.
tr.-.ul.p, and dmpnulnlnwnl. It will .te-tbt tnaaai of
uvIiik ou many a doltur; It will Vt yonr boalto,
and. what ia bettur thaa all. It will aata your lib froa
biniiali.ut.ral by wron twalnwnt.
Ilia axaminatioaa am made without any Inf.rmatlo
fV.ira Iho tl,.nt i Ihrrefure h thoroughly rnidsntanda
thlr IMitai.-alonnditlonand Plin-nolotri.! defulopmaot,
without wlileh ha new could ha fwrforowl ao many
a-tuiihlilnc e.arwi. It ahonld l rmoilrd that Uil
Botanic IMiyak-laa perfonaa ctm thought Iropoaalbte.
If yon hate IrW olhera and not no roliaf, If yoa wleD t
nl.iy aood hmllh and lona lifi., If yon am la, ym wilt
m, .,,,1 oin.nlt tiR. RAFIlAKI., th. DoUalo rbyilclaa
AH hla rommiinlonlloiw and Inti.rfti'wa ar ilrlctlv
priote and oonfldontial. JMiftil Joaral.
TACTS ARE STtJEBOnN TIIINQSt
H.-ar n'nt th. riilladelphla enrrxapoadant aayt In tha
(-..Kimoiiacilib, Wilmington, Ilulaware, tub of AprU,
l.".-.l:
" An Fnclinh fpnlloTnn, formerly ennoaettd with the
Ilrlti'li Aimv.oi.d whoaiylf lilmwlf tba Kngllak Bu
tnnii- I'Mv-l. I in,' nun of l.iu- aintnl au ntenilrt rapnta.
tli.n here hy Ina nl; ill In curing nil nmniwr of cooiplalut.
Sunii' of lili pitienia I have convened with, and they
pronounce liia reim)!. and niotln uf treatment aa ry
auiriir. 8.ni have Ixvn r"l..r.-d aa If ly mtlc. Tha
inwliclne lie nwd ! dltlllil by hloiaelf from variant
hrU piawowliiK rai-a curative properllrt.
"While nt-llng In tli army he dnrotNl hla Natirw
tnninenti lo a thorough atudy of llw en"n:ta product l y
m.rtalii iimlicina) ro.ia mid hnrl ou all manner of dia
eiuw. It trfin he liaa fonnd a aure and tpwly remedy
for all the 'ilia Unit no-.li ia li-i r to.' Ilia practice la
already eticimivi., and ia daily iiK'nalur. In Iba cola
ilaiiil to which female are aiil.jectnd he hat no equal,
ai a hrg;. imnib.t- h.-re have (mtilit-d that they owe lil
only their prmcnl aoml lienllh, but their livtw, to the)
kill ..f lhiLuSIMi Botanic I'hyslcian."
IVIORE GOOD NEWS!
rnoyi man and keuadle ait.
THORITT.
The B daiilf hmc.lia of D-K-tor Raphael, tha Pnil!ti
Bulimic I'liyti.-iau, urvr failnl yet Ui make a peifocl,
rndir-al, .nid piTiitiii.'ut cine uf ALL
PRIVATE, SECRET, AND VENEREAL
DISEASES,
Without the imp of M.-ronry. allhont hindrance front
lm. iii...anil without linrof ill.covory or eipuaur.i. Ho
d.ndl .in ch iu nrwiic, nut vomlia, npliiin, or
any 1.1 Ii.t X.ioii". No mercury nor any d,-a.lly mlnnralt
iiothiiui hut purely Vi-Kotahli' llotiiiiiial hmedlt am
n.-.l l.v lliia Koudei-ful Botanic Phy-ilclan. Ilia Butanls
rt. iiii-illn liev.r yet fnili-d to cine tho inoal oliatlnat
a'i'l tlio moat diiinreroiH caM, and ior.iiiiTrall mercury
anJ otlier iHipiniil. f'om lb" ayetem wh"U all other
Hiuii.-.li.." h.l liii'.' d. -M.itM Jm mI.
GOOD NEWS TOR SINGLE MEN
CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE.
Ilear what th Baltimore ean-Mpondetit cf & W4
(illnw, Boonahoro'. Maryland, aald on Tlianday. lb llrt
of May, I8IMI:
" N ninerooe enrea of dlieaaea ranert by early tndlac ra.
Hon Having hei n porfomml by the Kn(llah Hotanlc Phy.
ai. Ihu, I d el It my duty, havlnif a knowledipjef them, U
Hate the fa-t, believing that In aolmao I may doa aervlo
the nitl'Tlntf. Ono cane in particular that of a yonnf
mau in llila city ieworiliyntii.ua. lie nan oecnmeina
victim of a habit, the mare ullualon tn which caneea a
liudder, aiidBlieryiwofeiittriiiiaiidditorlnggavenp
all h"w of rivovrry. He M4 to marry, and waa
d.'arlv Wloved by aa aweot a girl a ever llped woril
of airi ctiuu, but bo waa f. erfiil, nerTou,and prostrated.
II dared not wi ll on account of the itiatiemt latw
of bUavalem. He eoitRlit mlicl'at the handeof the Be.
Unit- Phyal. Ian, and, Ht..nihliia aelrinayaeera, all tb
bloom an.l vlj."r of ) mil li liw returned, aud lie la now
the happy falhurof a pair of bright boy."
NEWS TOR THE LADIES.
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL
DREN. Hear h il tin. ('Inrlnnuli W'whl) rieoMjiiontlieeH.
of SUrch, lai.a:
We am it.-. l.l.illy opp.i.t tedium and tn adcertlaed
r.-iii.-.liea fur tin. prevention of haling children, but w
f.-el it our duty to ackuowlctUe Utiient from eny and
from evnry aoiii-ci when it ia lor the i-i'llof of eiitt'enng
hninnnity. A fact b J ci.me lo uur ItnnwMKe thai
oncht to be promnlKHtcit and widely circuliiti-d for th
belollt uf iIi.hu- lalilH abei.e delical lit- ill II Diakea It
niH.-eei.ary to pn-vent any Inen-aie of hiniily.
Alxiut twelve nioniha after merri-ie, a ladyof onr aa
qjiaiutance gnve birth to a daughter, but her euflertnga
wereaocre.it thai li.-r pliyii-iena depeli-odof her nvxiv.
ery. Thia miel.i her drrad the lory thoni;btsof again bav
roiulng a mother. Wie Iri'.-d every thins to prevent a
repetition oflicraiin. rliiKii, but without euriweling. Twn
y.-ara after man iKp. alio waa nx'iln eonnned, but her auf.
ft-ringa were aogro.il that the cliild died, aud her own hf
aa .Impaired of. nl.e a t-l.t by her I'nuiily iihyaiclun
that If "lie bail any liioreirhililreu he feared her life would
be the forfeit. All aH tile reniwlim ahe had tried befnra
had feiled, elm applied to the liotanlc -PbrniUaii, St.
BAPilAf.L,
FOB HIS
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
It la mincdlc had the rtenlreit etT.-et i Ihey not only pre
vented hor from having children, but they alao unproved
hr healtti. "To thi n et, all tminw aat rt:aa."
The Botanic 1'hyslcian'i reniedin can bo reoom.
mended, Wcauao they are tnnoceut and aafe. They
operate without earning sickneaa or expuinre. Jhey do
yot Interfere with the diet or occupation. They do
not injure the health, but ifley are certain In their
.err. J. PANLHsr, M. U.
' M. MEKrUH, M. 0.
Any who are aiifferln?. neinalter a hat their complaint,
can call on the Botanic I'liyii. wu cmbdeullally. J.3J!
may rely upon relief. Ilia uflico ui at
NO. 221 EAST MADISON STREET,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Conmiliation daily, fun.laya exnted. OIBca boort
rrout 10 A. 5 'elaxli P-
IMTPeraona at a dl-tanc. may eomtaoaleat eosjt-
PKimi i. by l-tter. If they lucloa ONE UOLLAB.fcr
Lnaultatkm r.. In eiarh letter. All leltaiw.eom.unl.
catione, aud Intervlowa, are strictly private and contl
de'iliai: Kn auawer will 1 given to lett.ra nolo oa.
dolhir la lnciel aa a Conaultatlon Ke.
njr Personal Interviews granted to Ganttoman otly.
Conaultation foe, Una Collar.
All business with
LADIES
le le done by letter.
J9
i
Addrees all latter aa Miaa
Tm. "RAPHAEL.
BOX NO. 273, P0STmCB,
CHICAGO. ILLINOIS.
CAUTION TO THK PCBLIO.
Pr W. Bilial ba no eonuectlon with PBOFWSOR
or Pr. W. M. Kapuael, or with any other gentleman
of the suie ueoie.
T Cut this adTertlaement out. When yon oom.
bring It with yon and ahow It to tb irl who open th
door. To preveut mistakes, aek to
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF.
"Width 3.
JAMES WARD,
SADDLE& HARNESS
AI anufac uror.
Mc AKT11DR, OHIO. .
Warrants aW orK
Keeps constantly on hnnrl and wil
ebll at the lowest prices, Saddles, Bri
dies and Ilarness of every description
and warrants bis work for two years.
Cull and examine. 1st door west o
the Oonrt Iioase.
ec. 23, 1834 6mr.

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