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(Dyspepsia,
Indigestion,
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These fitter are put up in quart
bottles, of whioh ihe above is aao-smv-il:
The label ia finely engraved., and
li provided with a safe-guard from
oounterfeitera. (Prioe $1 per bottle, or
O. W. tfobook, Proprietor, Jfo. 6
But Fourth Bt., Cinninrutti, to who
oil order ehouli be addressed.
FOR SALE B7
, Dr. A. Condce, Drnpgi6t.
SIIERIFFS SALE.
Sftfeof Ohio, Vinton County.
J.miihanBlore.Jr., Fl'lT, 1 In Vinton Coon
aeuinst ty Court ot
H .ii I WlioUtoro anil ' Cotnnu.n I'lfian.
w 1 in WboUtono, Deft. J On Exoention.
1)' l;CANT to the command of an execution
) :n llio Hoto cm to T"0 Atrooted from
he 6'"irt of Comon I'lcn. of trio aforesaid
county of Vinton, I will ott'ur at pnblio ralu.
iii i he Hoor of tho 0urt IIoiim), in the Town of
li-Arthnr,in tho aforeeuid county of Vinton,
in
Snturiitiy, tht 2nd day of StpUmbtr, A. D.
1865,
ut the lien r of 1 o'clock p. m. of aid day, tho
f..lln!n(f dottrihed R"nl Estate, to-wit:
r. miKiincIiiE in Big Raccoon rn tho South
!. 8. C. Ekin'. Mill Yard nnd runninpr
S tfh 14 E.2 chains fit linkJto a Btonecornor;
tii-ii - South 43JJ WeHt chain toa Su.no Cor
ii r: l .'.nee North West 4 chains 42 links tc
,1 . i A'l.lvio'a line in the creek; heuce up the
f-p.-k 'i. the place of boginnitijr auppoaed to
c.n'Hi'i Due acre more or lof, and fitnated in
I inty of Vinton and Township of Vinton.
K .-. .if Ohio, and being a prt of Fr'acli'jn
lM.-i i.vr Four (No. 4.)
TUnth property of 'William WhcWone
t.'ify a iuie.ncnt tf aforesaid (7ourt,
it Iiim r of Joruitlinn Klore.Jr.
AppniUedat 6it Hundred Dollnr?, and must
I'linir 'wo-thirdsof thatMim.
TEUilS OF SALE cash in hand.
JOHN J. S1I0JKEY,
. Pherift Vin iunty, 0.
Taha A Hahiltoic, Att'js for Flff.
Jnly 27, 1S5 iw
GEOHGE NIXON'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the 6ub
ii ril.fr tins beeu appointed andquali
fifdus A'lministrator on the Estate of
George Nixon, late of Vinton Countv.Ohio,
(liTraaert". J. G. SWETLAND.
An;"il 17, 1665-3."
ti - rrrrA sot
T0 ED
ft
Spriug& Summer
L) X GOO I)',
FOR
WAIN STREET
Me Arthur,
ri
AS NOW RKCEIVEl) ALL THE ;
l.i.trs N'uii'ltii'f in
Sjiring iinI SlliSllll
D ESS GOODS
Foi the Lnlici SL'CW AS
OI.OflEI) Bin) BliACK SILKS, .
LUNOhimI VICTORIA CLOTHS,
ZOYARAS.DK LYONS.
M0MD1QUES,
MOHAIKS, in proat variety,
ALl'AU in all tlmde,
ALSO
A FIN hi ASSORTMENT OF
BARAIZE'S,
LAWNS,
l'RINTES AND
Mourning Goods.
Domestic Goods
OF.ALL KIND,
PROW N MUSLINS,
BLEACH KI MUSLINS,
CALICOES,
I 111 PES.
(JINUIIAMS.
AT
U KCALY ilCDL'CEDl'RICES,
Particular attention in invited to our
lock of
Clollia, CmbMiihtos, Vcfls, Col
lara, eck TIcb, md
Ha iidker chiefs.
Together with a very large and well select
ed Slook
-OF-
CARPETS,
BRUSSELS,
THREFPLY,
INGRAIN,
HEMP,
ALSO
FRESH GROCERIES
OFFEE,
RICE.
SUGAR,
ANi
SPI ES,
&.C.
Bug&f House Molasses at1.20 per Gal
lon. Syrup at $1,20 per gallon, and every
other article in tlie Greccry line, all of
unicn will m sou at the
BT
GEORGE LV. WILL,
h 1 65 tf."
iEWlRG MACHINES
r n it r s r 1 vs e,
PKvNOII'-AL OKFK'E.
M. ?r h i;m' rin'isi n sntci-T
(f?KKs HTKKA IKlK
A w :iriled tlie I-'ir-t l'retiiium-
A T THI4
WORLD'S FAIR!
.ll'ST tltLl AT I.OMHhN',.
Over tho I'uiir.unc I (J.iiiipi liuoii of l.u.
rop: hu i .iiiicncu,
.1LS0
AT THE UNITED
Ol tMH, IS-TSS. nl 1860;
And tlieC'iiiciiiiinti 31 -'en nines institute,
FOll FOUR SUCCESSIVE Yl RS.
wo have takun the Kiukt 1'ukuii'm, oVcr all
coiiii'Ctitiorh, ax the
lies Family sowing Ma-
HAVINC MADE, for over novcn years, the
muHt piipMur Family S..inp Muchinos in
Ihecountrv, iiud Uw eiii'loyiiij Jl .IHO,000 In
tliuir linniiiesi', and mntiin! IM Maohlncs pr
day, thuy uru prepared, with such cxtracrdinii
ry facilities and exporienco, to giianmtee to t he
purchaser entire satisfaction. All our Mac
liiucsiire made equally well, and are
WARRENTETD THREE YEARS,
HEAD THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS
Aa all partloa mnniif.icturinfr Sewing Ma
chinoaaro obliitud to pay Air. Huwe a fio for
utuh Sewing Machines sold, and are also com
iielleJ to make Quarterly returns to him, stat
ing, under oath, tho number sold, liia liooUt-
Itive a correct Htntcincnt ol llio actual numoei
of Miiohincs sold by tho ilitferent maiil'actnrcrn.
From this reli.olutsouruo wo have obtained the
t'ollowitiK roliabiu ul'mticH, blunviiijr the i.niii
i)or of Su'wing Muvhinea disposed of during t l.c
last year n ported. Tlio prineip 1 cuinpsmic
nmkiii( tlmn are 'Vhoclcr Wilson, I. M
Singer 'Jo., mid tirover A Bulrur. Of tht
Macl inosso,il tlio'o worn iroia
liy WUEELEK A WILSON-
By I . M. Sinner A Co.,
It v (Irover & Baker,
21, no
lil,!.'t
li'.'jSi
SI'ow".n(f thofaleaof Wheeler Wilson to lit
don'do il any other onupiiny. N. 1 . t'hBcrvor.
Wo have personally examined tlie vnriom
M icliines before tiio public, withan anxious
desire to plaee boforo ourreadets rellablcinfor
matiun. As tho rasurt of such examination"
nnhcmttttiUKly rueoinnend Whi eler Wilson
Sewinpr Mucld'tos astho Maeliine for fumlly nso
Wjatern Christian Advocate.
My little dm-((liter, ofnlno years takes on
Macninei WI ielcr a Wilson's-apart, oil'
It, ai.d puts it in plnco oasily and readly nj lists
its parts, 'and pcrlnrnm with it all ordinary
work. She cn n ni.i l;o herown drosses, lnelinl-
iiiK homiiiin;, gatherins; and sottinfr in the
slocvos. Four i.ionth' use in n.y family has
inuue it a uecubtiuy ami a luxury.
I'0V,(!. B. liOVNTnN.
Wro use tho Wheeler Wilson Kuwinir Ma
eliine, nii.l can suy in rci'ard.to it lliai U Is witli
out a rival. No other Maeh'tio excoods it in its
adaptation to all purposes of domestic use.
Scientific Americaiu
l-f" Send for a circular contuiuing spoeimens
of sowing, lostitnontiM!", pric . etc.
" W'LLUM SUMNKR Co.
June 30, ' CI- I It wet Fuurtbtl. Cineiuiiat
Sjxci;il Aniiouiicviiicnt.
f II ONY A CO.,
i.iiilactnvers ol I'liolofrraphio Mutrrials
V llnl r.AI.F. AND BETA II.,
MM l!ko))V.Y. N. Y .
In addition to our n.niii busines of P110
TOGUAPAIC M IV, it I LS, we are
Hciidqiiarte-B (or the following, viz:
STEKE030I1'KS & STKKKOSCUl'IO VIEWS,
Of tht-ee we have in imiticiise afssorlment,
includinff War Sceriea, American and For
eign Cities mill Landscapes. Groups, Stat
uary, etc., etc. Also, Revolving Mereo
scopes, for public or p. ate exhibition.
Our catalogue will be "-it to any address
on receipt of tlJinp,
Pholcgp Iii Albums.
We were the first introduce these into
he United States, u.d v manufaoture
immense quantities ' gr. at variety, rang
ing in price form 50 cents to 50 each.
Our ALBUMS have the reputation of be
inar superior in beanty .and durability to
anv others. They wi'l lie sent by mail
FREE, on receipt of price.
' G FINE ALBUMS MADE TO OBIIER.
6'ABD PHt)TO(JIlMMI8
Our Catalogue now embraces over Five
Thousand different subiecta to which addi
tions are continually being made) of por
traits of emikeut Americans, etc., viz
about
100 Major Generals.
20aBrig. Generals,
276 Colonels,
75 Navy officers
135 Stage
550 Statesmen
130 Divines,
43 rtU'.s,
inn Lieut. Colonels. 125 Authors,
250 other Officers, SO Protnin't Women
3,000 copies of Works of Art
including (reproductions "f the most cele
brated Engraxin. Puiiitins, Statues, ele.
Catttlognes sent on receipt of st amp, An
order for one d. Z'n 1'icHires Iromour Cat-
alomie'will lie lilleil on ihe receipt of SI 80
an d sent liv inai.llBKK.
Photugraphesr and others ordering goods
C. 0. D. will please remit iwenty-nve per
cent, of the amount wild their order.
The piices and quality of tho goods can
not fail to satisfy.
aprilSO. 18B5 mo.
DIVORCE NOTICE.
Stats of Onro, VrNToN CucNTv:
Fhcbo Ann Pierce, ITH.j Court of 7ommon
aeainst V l'loa.
Samuel I'ierco, Deft. ) Divorce.
Samuel Pierce, of Pruirieville, in the Ornnty
of De-atur, in the State of Iowa, Is hereby no
tified that t'hcl.o Ann i'ierco aia,on me ustu
day of June, A. D. 1865, file her petition in
the orace or the uiorKor tne touri or vommon
Pleas, within and for the said Connty of Vin
ton, Ohio, charging tho suid Sanmel Pierte with
adultery witn one Loretta Dart, and with wil
ful absence for more then three yean, and ask
inir that she may be divcAod from theaaid
Samnol Pierce; which petitition will stand for
hearing at tne next term ct saiu voun.
PIIF.I1E ANN PIEUCE,
By Constable & Snivel, her All'js.
July 20,lS(i5-6w
FOR Blanks of all
kioda call ut
tho DemvCbat Office.
Mtatn f OhD: Unttn (.btiiity. .
Juhn l'ill. Tbiruas E. PilJ'l In Court of
Hay ward & iymuol Tarr, ! Common Ple
a?aint tin onlor of
Ecniuinin Dili oriiors Pel'tJ Sale.
I)liliSUWNT to :l.e command of an ordcro'
tale in tl.c b'iotb cant? to me di reeled f"orr
llip (.'curt ff Conimoii Fleas, of tho al'orsalil
County of Vinton, I will otter ut public tutu tt
;i,c door ol tlie Lourt 'louse, In the town ol
MAcrthiir, iu the aforesaid county of Vinton on
Saturday the 20ml Juy of Augitsl 1S05,
At the hour of one oV.iek, P.M., of aid day,
the following lands and tenement to-wit: Ot
the north end of out lot r.nniber two, (4.)
bcinj a klripi.lt the north ead of said let
i.L.mt one hundred and twenty feet u ide, and
allot' raid lot except that part or parcel con
veed liy Cluirics Kobbi-. s and wife to ihe Mar
ried! iV Cincinnati Kail Hold Company, Also t
trip oil i f the west side of out-lot numbei
three, (3,) commencing it the line bitweer
lota numbers two and throe running thence
cast on ihe north lino of lot number ihl?
until it intersects a line raumuK soul I)
from tho aoinli west corner of In iot num
ber welvo, ( 13.) thence south about ono hund
red and twcLty feet until it into ecta ho ojs'
tind wtut lino of that part of out-lot minibei
two, 1 2 )conveyed us above; thenee west
ill said division line between Jots nu.ubei
itvij and throe and thenee north Iff the placi
of ht-irinnlnir, all of said parts of lots lying and
heliirf In liobliins addition to tho town c
ll:in"len Yinlon county t).
I'be uli'.ve a foregoing prti ol b t mmibcr tw.
and three being apprai- cd at f t t'l ii.Uil.
. AIh. ll'-lot nnnibjr .S'xly-uiiie and Seventj
ia Dills Addition to said Town of 11am. ion
appraised at il 5'M.l,0l' : also In-lot uumbci
Soventy ono in Hills Addition to taid Toi
of Iluniden api.niisod at (1 'S K).
Taken as lie nropcriv of Benianiin Dill t
satisfy a judgement of aforesaid Court, in fa
vor of John Dili, Thomas E. Iluj ward ifc Sam
uul Turr others. Appraised as above am
must bring two-thirda of said appraitment
resjicctivoly.
TEK.MJf of sale, cash In hand.
V. S Pan, J. J. S1IOCKF.Y
Att.for FltlT. Shir. V.Co.O.
July gnth tSfij --5w
DIVORCE NOTICE.
State or Ohio, inton Coi-ntt:
Mury C. Alexander 1 In Yiuon Co. Ctmmoi
against Pious.
William Alexander. ) Pelitoii for Divorce
William Alexoivler-will take u iii that Ma
ry C. Alexander did. on the I'.ith day ol Jum .
A. D. ISi'.a. file her petition in the I'tllcu of tl
Clork of the Court ot Cmmou Picas within
and for tho County of V inton, and St .'.o o
Ohio, chaining thu said AVilliain' AKxandt
witn wilful ubaorce for more than three yean:
and. also, with habitual drunkenness for mm.
than three years; and, ulso, with uross rtglei
of duty toward her, ill not providing the U. c
essiuics of life fur her. the said Mary C. Alex
iiiner fur moro than three years la t pus' , an.
for .lainos Melvillo AlcMinder , and (iijoifo
W illord Alexunder, the ehildrcnif thu sai.'
Mary ). Alexander and the said William Al-
x:iii() r, l' r n i io tl an th.ie jenrs Iu--I'ast,
imj asking that sl'4 tiny . he div.iree
from tho said 'i illiuiu Alcxaiidiir and that si i
have the custody an 1 c. rtinl of suid children:
whicn petition will stand for h'-uring at tf.
next Term i f suid Court.
DaleJ this lb.b day of July, A. D. lSf!5.
M AUY C ALI X NDKK.
. Byt'onstahle it Snivel, her Att
Jiny 2U, ldiii.-w
SHERIFF'S SALE.
State nf Ohio, iulon County:
John A. Brown, PlaintW. 'i Inl'oiirtol
against Colon on
E. A. Bratton, ot 1. Defend's. J Plea.
1)L'l:sUANTlothocoinuii,iid of an o-dor
salo in the above cause to me divecti .1 frm
tho Court of Common Picas, of the f..res.ii
county of Vinton, I will offer i.t imiillc sal i.
thodoor of tho Court I.. o, in thu town f
Me Arthur. Ir. thu afcresni county ot Vlni"n o
Thursday the 3il iiay j Aityits;. l(Ti.
ut the hour of one o'clock, P. .!., of said da
the following property, to-wil: In-'ot Nuin'n
sixty two (42;, in the town of McArthnr, ii
ton County, Ohio.
Taken us the property of E A. Brio Ion. t
satisfy a" order of aforesaid Court, in favor .
Juhn A. Brown.
Appraised at One tbotis .nd six j irn! -o
Iulluis.and must bring two thirds of tit
-u in.
TEKMSOF SALE.rush in Wd.
JOHN J.SIIOCKEY,
Slicriif Vinton C unty. O.
(iinioiiAN & Kii'i'EY, and Dana, Atij'o i
Plttl's.
July 27th, 1565. -5w
GREAT- 6' A L E
OF
W 1C11ES JEWELRY.
$I,4H0,M0 W03:TH!
To be dlepowd rat One Dollar vac
without regard to v&luc, not to
lepaid fur until yon kn ow
what you are to receive,
15y Jk.H. ICoucn &, t'o.f
(Aqeut for tho Manufacturers,)
J3T Read the followi-g list of Articles to bi
sold for
ONN DOLI..4R:
100 Gold Hunting-case Watchos-- Sl2f
100 Watches, various stylos H
200 Ladies' Hold Watches 5'
600 Silvor Watehch each 20 to 3f
G.OOO Vest A Keck Chains .... 8 to 2
5,000 tieiitd Diamond pins " S to 21
4.000 California Diamond oar drons 6 to 1'-
8,fl00 Miniature Kevolving pins '
2, 0 Bilifornia Diamond and
enamelled Gents' scarf pins"
2,000 Masonic Emblom pins.. "
2,500 Gold Band Bracelets cng'd "
3.00 J3t,and Mosaic, Brooches.- "
2,000 Cameo Brooches '
3,000 Coral Ear Drops "
2,000 Ladios Watch Chains
8,000 Oonts pins splendid assirt't "
',000 Solitairo BleevcButtons,
00 S uds A Sleeve Buttons in sot
'000 Sleeve buttons plain Aongrav d
,000 plain and engraved Rings ....
,000 Lock-its. richlsenerivcd
5,000 'sets Ladies, Jewelry new and
lato-t styes
5,000 Ilands.m Soal Kings
2,400 Sets Bosom Studs
1,000 .Gold pens A Gold holders....
1,000 Fets Jet anl Gold pins (tear
& to 1"
5 to 10
a to io
8 to 20
3 to H
5 to 20
4 to
8 tol
2 to 1
3 to J
8 to lo
2 to
2 to 1
2 to lo
2 to
15 to 'i:
drops, loteststyfes very rich 6 to 10
2,000 Gold Thimbles. Pencils, etc. 4 to
10,000 Gold pens, Asilvercases.... 4 to
10.000 " " Ebonyho'ders.... 4 to
Thia entire list of beautiful and valuabl
roods will bo soldfor One Dollar each. Ccrti
Scates of all the above aoticlos wil be placed in
invalopes, nud scaled. Thcso envelopes arc
tent by mail, n orderod, without regard to
ghoice. On tho receipt of the certillcats you
will see what you are to have, and thn it is
jour option to aond the Doliar and tal e the article,
or not.
Five certificates can be ordorod for one dol
lar; eleven for two dollars; thirty tor flja dol
lars; sixty-five for ten dollais; and ono hnndro
for fifteen dollars. We will send a single Cert
ficate on tho receipt of .5centa. Agents wanto
to whom wo offer special terms; send25cen
tut ono certificate and our circular with term.
A. H R(MVi: &Co.,
i Box 4270 No. 8 Beekman Street
May 25tb 1SG5 6mo New York.
A. S. BK0WN. T. 1. BKOW1S
BROWN BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DEALEU8 IK
GROCERIESFAND LIQUOR?,
No. 2 Pig Iron, L'orncr,
Portsmouth, Ohio;
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LET THE AFFLICTED READ I
i .4 t..-. it,.! n-rfert nd mlloil curt Is warranted
j anil guaranteed to nil ho slMcttU with wsknfM,
UeDlllly, DrTPn cumpimm., ""l 171-1
prmiun of iplrlu, diHlreim nJ tneuldi of miid, lt of
sleep, "f mmory, tow of onergl and niiwiiliir pnw,
puny arowtb, wattliiK away. d wnl of ronrlilouc Id
IbeiuiutTM, nilnting flu, cuUTDliira trembling., Impo
tence and dlsgiut of life.
UXAK WHAT THB MEDICAL PRESS
SATS. I
Borne pliystcl-nt nalre lo be told be aetnre of roar
dla--tlie INOLISH BOTANIO PUJfSICIAH duos
not. lllrf.ctknowlMlKef ibe honua lyeurn en-blos
hlratoderlbethediaiwltboutnylnforiiittofrom
I ho patient, to explslu 1" original cjk. and to Riwraata
Its cure. And, wh.it la more Taluable still, h will boo.
setty and frankly t.11 whether yon cm be enredor not.
Thle will wlitfy your mind, sad ears yoa eipeoM. tluie.
troable, and dliappolnlraent. It will be the mmut oi
ind, what U baiter than all, It will sate your lire frosa
being ihorteowl by wrong treatment. . .
Ilii examlnlloa are made wllhoot any lalbrmatlon
from the palleut; therefore he thoroughly an. orsUuils
their Phytical condition end Phrenological deTjlopmeBt,
without which ke nerer could hare P"rfVr .V'I
SJlontihingcnro.. It ehould be ""'"VTlJiShi.
IloUnle riiyilrlaa performs enrte tbonght Jmpoisllilf.
If yon hRTe tried ollieni and gofno relief, If yoa wUh l
iiloy good health nd long life. If yon ara wise, yoa will
,osK.f consult DB. BAl'llAEL.tlie Botanic 'arl"
All his communications and luterrlews are strictly
private aad couadcntla!. Jfedioal Juuruut.
TACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS !
llinr whs! the Philadelphia corrc)oiideiit ssjrs In tin
tVnioiouwnllb, Wlliain;ton, Delawiue, Jth of April,
"An Engllsb gentleman, formsrly connected with the
Drillah Army, and who slylos himself the 'English 1
tanic Physician,' hue of tale gained an eitenslve reputa
tion here by his skill In caring all manner of complaints.
Bomo of his pallet' '" confereed with, and the
nrouounee his remedies and mode of treatment as wry
suucrlor. Some have been reetored sa If by msglo. The
medicine he used Is distilled by himself from variolar
Uerhnp.'"el rare curative properties.
"While acting lu the army lie devoted his Msuro
moments to a thorough study of the effort produced ly
attain medicinal roota and herbs on all raunuer of die
feme. It seeius he has fonud a sure and speedy remedy
fur all the 'Ills that flesh Is heir to.' Bui practice U
already extensive, and is dully Increasing. In the com
lilaints toohich f. nial. l are subjected Iw line no equal,
as a largo number here hsve testified that they owe uot
only their present g.sxl health, but their Uvus, to tha
skill of this Kuglish Botanic Physician."
MORS GOOD NEWS !
FROM HIGH AND RELIABLE AU
THORITY. The Botanic Remedies or Doctor Raphael, the Ingllsh
Botsnlc l'hvsician, never failed yet to make a perfect,
rudical, awl pirniauent euro of ALL
PRIVATE, SECRET, AND VENEREAL
DISEASES,
Without the uso or Mercnry, wlthpnt hindrance frotn
buslniMU.and without f nr of discovery or exposure. Ko
deadly poisons, snch as arsenic, Dili vomica, opium, or
any ol tier Mlsons. Ko mercury nor any ilsailly minerals
-nothing but purely Vegidablo Botanical Hi medies are
nssd by Ibis wonderful Botanic Physician. I ll BoUnlo
lt.-mc.ilei never yet failed to enre the most obstmats
and the most dangerous cases, and to remove ull mercury
and other Impurities from the system when all other
Remedies had tailed. ittdUal Journal.
GOODr NEWS FOR SINGLE MEN
CONTEMPLATING' MARRIAGE.
Hoar what the Baltimore eerrespondflnl of the Odd
follow, Boonsboro', Maryland, said on Thursday, the 31ol
of May. 1800: -
' Numerous cares of diseases caused by early indiscre
tion Having been porformed by the English Uotanlc Phy
sician, I feel It my doty, having a knowledge. if them, to
state thefact, believing that indolngso I maydns service
to the suffering. One case in particular that of a yoang
man iu this city Is worthy of note. He had become tho
victim of a lialilt, tho more allusion to which causes a
sliu.ldor, and afier years of suffering and dootorlng gave up
all hopes of recovery. He wished to marry, and was
dearly beloved by as sweet s girl ss ever lisped words
or affection, bat he was fearful, nervous, ana proeirawu.
Ho dared not wed on account of the shattered state
i.t h la avntrni. Ua somrht relief at the hands of the Ilo
Unle Physician, and, astonishing as It may seem, all tha
bloom anu vigor or yomn has rninme.1, uu uo ia uu.
the happy fathor of a pair of bright boys."
NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL
DREN. n. nr what the Cincinnati Weekly Press eays on tho Cth
of March, 180'2:
We are decidedly opposed to drugs and to advertised
reui.ill.vi fur the prevculion of having children, but wo
feel It our duly to acknowledge a bem.tit from any and
front orery source when It Is for the relief of sunorlng
humanltv. A fact has come to onr knowlediro that
ought to bo promulgated aud widely olrcnlnied for tho
benefit of those ladies whose delicate health wakes it
Decossary to prevent any increase of family.
About twelve months after marriage, a lady of our ac
qiulntunco gave birth to a daughter, bat her sufferings
ware so gTeat that her physicians desired of her recav
ery. This made her dread the very thoughtsol again ho
coiulng a mother. She tried every thing to prevent a
rcpotlliouofhersuflerings, but without succeeding. Two
years aHer marriage she was again contiued, but her suf
leriiigs wore so great that the child died, and lierowo lifo
was despaired of. She was told by her family physician
that if she had any niorecbildren he feared bar life would
be ths forfeit. As oH the remedies she had tried before
had failed, she applied to toe. ttotanio fh.yskiui Br.
BAPUAKL,
FOB uta
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
Hlaremediesliad Ihe desired effect ; they not only pre.
vented her from having children, but they also Improved
her health. "To ths pi-as, all tuinos ass raaa."
The Botanl Physician's remedies can be recom
mended, because they are iunocent and safe. They
Operate without causing sickness or exposure. They A
not Interfere with the diet or occupation. They do
not injure the health, tut tiiey are certain In their
J. PANCOST, M. D.
Ue" . M.MKI003,M.D.
Anywhoare suffering, nomattorwhatthelreomplalnt,
can call on the Botanic Physician eonBdeollally. Iliey
may rely upon relief. His office Is at
NO. 221 EAST MADISON STREET,
CHICACtp, ILLINOIS.
Consnllatloo dally, Sundays eospted. Office honrs
from 10 A. HI. 5 'elek V
SJftTPorsoM afa distance may Mmmunlcate cowrt
nrtTiALU by letter, If they Inclose ON 8 DOLL A 11, for
Consultation Fee, in each letter. All letters, communl
cations, and Interviews, are strictly private ahil confl
dentlsl. Mo answer will be given to letters unless oue
dollar is inclosed as a Consultation Fee.
tfw Personal interviews granted to Gentlemen only.
Consultation fee, One Dollar.
All business with
LADIES
to be done by letter.
Address all letters as follows :
DR. RAPHAEL,
S0Z NO. 6273, FOST-OrnCE,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CAUTION TO THB PUBLIC.
T,. tit tin. nn snntw.tlon With PR0FESS0B
er Dr. W. M. Baphael, or with any other gentleman
of the same name.
aXsT Cut this advertisement out When yon coma,
bring It with yon and shew it to the girl who opens the
door. To prevent mistakes, ask to
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELT.
Width 2.
1
TAX NOTICE.
rllE tax ravers of Vinton Connty, are horeby
notified that trte Tax Duplicate for the' last
nan yoa's taxes ol tlio year IStti, bave bomi
placed in my hands for collection. Upon all
luxes not paid on cr boforo Juno SOto 1365, the
luw imposes a penalty of five percent. I will
be in attendance at tho Treasurers office In Mo
Arthur untill that dato, to recaive the same,
HENRY REYNOLDS,
Troagnrer V.Oo.,0.
May Ilth 1885-6 w.
ROAD TAX NOTICE.
N OTICE is horeby given that tha Commis
sioners of Vinton Cbnntv. Ohio, at thoir
Juno session for ths year 1S5, levied tax of
one mill on the dollar; being ten cents on each
hundred dollars of valuation, in each township
in said connty. Which said tax may bo dis
charged by labor on the roads, under the di
rection or the boporvinora of tha several dis
tricts, at the rat ol one dollar per day, as pro
vided by law. II. C. MOOKE,
Jims 20h, 1865-3W, Aud. V.Co.O.
186,1 1865
iWIM'
'Eighteen years estubllsheJ in N.Y. City,"
Duly inliillilile rcmejis Known."
"Free from Poiarns." '
"Not dui.gtrous f tho Human Family."
"Kate come out of their holes to die."
"Coslnr.s" Ruts, Itoni h, Ac, Extor'l.
Is a) paste used fur Ruts,
Mice, Koachos, Black and
Bed Ants, Ac, &c, Ac.
'Costa tV Drd Hue Kxli-rrainator,
Is a liquid or wash, used to
destroy, and sLo ss a pre
ventive for Uud-Buits, Ac.
'CostarV Kl tic howder fur Instcjs,
Is tor Moths, iloeq iiioes,
Fl.ias. lied Bugs. Insects 0D
Plants, FuI. Animuls, Ac.
lr Sold by ull Druggists ami llefuilers
evorywhoro.
1-fT I I I imii 1 I 1 in an womilee ixx-
taliun".
T-if Sec that "Custtus ' nnntn is nu euoh
Box, tottlo, and Flask, lo-l'i re you ouy.
iir .iii it. i nvi Ait.
. Principat. Df.ror 4SJ Broadway N. V.
Sol.t by Dr. A. t'oMikt. and all Druir-
glsta and Deulersin MeArthi r, Ohio.
185.
INCREASE OP EATS. -Tit" Farmer's Ga
zotte( English) worts uim proves by figure
that one pnir or rats wui nave a prnguny und
ilcsct'i)ilur.la no less ii.sn ioi ,i ot in tliree years
New, unless this 1m i..cii.-o family can he kept
lowu, tupy. won in consiniiu mere loou than
Would sustain Hfit'O human In in s.
HT Sec IViciAiiV iidvoitisiiieiit in thU
pat ur.
1865.
RATS verms 15IR liN.-Whoe'vor m-
ng, in ithiiotin n i.t 1 1 liir.li iu a rrtifl
nun, Wll'ifver sins in fxirrinniuiiiig ruts
is i is iiel .ftoi. We (ilh)iilil like eome of
nir i-orn p sinltiit-a tn pive us llw benefit of.
their expt rit'iue in driving out thrse pests
'Vfjived sonie'li'm Ivsiiles tlo, mi an. I
traps fty this bu-iin s. & :tiiiJic hmirican,
New York.
fj5" "CiisiAR'a" uilvt rtieeniKut iu
:ns f)apr.
1805.
' COSTAR'S RAT KXTERMIN AT0R ia
-impie, Sdfo, anil siirn,--.iliH most perfect
Rit-ifii'itimt ineidiiig we hnvecvrr sttenJ
i;d. Every Rat tint tun get It, prnnej
prepared according to directions willeay
it. and every one that eats it will die, gen
orally al smne place ns far as possible fro in
ivliein the ineiliciiie whs talien.-,ake Shore
Ulieh Mirror.
i?eu "CostarV advertisement In this,
A!.ri.e
Koid ID aiiritr.nnr niton t;o. . it,io.
Bv A. CO.SDEK, and ull Druegists
lid Dealers.
Jnn 15th ISfift,- 5,iio.
Greatest leJiril Circolar
Ever I'uMi'brd!
L15
0-Flfteon- large I
letter pages for two
S cent stamps.
Di.r... JACKSON. llliliHEUT A t'o.,IWrle
orsi.ftho Nuri'iiial llispen-iiry , established
''iiiciiinuti.O. Jan. I. L-ai), mi re all private de--uises
wi'll iiiiexinuplod raoiili y. We guars 1-
00 to c irc OoiK.rrhi.ea, tileut, Syphillis, lm
poteuiy. Nicturr.al Kniissioiis, or Female Com-i.laint-.
in sliort eviry possiblo form and var
iety of Sexiilsr Disease, Cures rapid, thorough
and periuunont, and fees moderate Send for
1 circular -tiftoon luriti'Sin. by 11 in. lottor
:iuges, ot varied, valtiablu und interesting mat
ter. Also, a circular i mended for Ludios on y.
iluny ofour patients os-oit. thry hove sent
;i.oiioy to Doctors in Eastern eitius and rec eiv
jd no return.
Then why tot patronize home talent men
who know the Western clinuito and erKcl
ipecdy cures.
Dr. Jfeksou's Female I'ills-1 nor box -send
for Circular. Special writton Replies, will seal
ed, sent with the Circular, without eliarga.
Dr.eof the cheapest, most intrerstiug and im
!ortnnt books published. 30o pagos, lOOengrav
ings"The Mountrin of Lght, or Medical Pro
tector and Marrlago Oiiid.and an Explicit Key to
Love and Uoauly.' It SAT1SFACTOL1LY
rovcals various subjects never hofoie fulIA ex
plained in any popular work in nhe English
language, l'rico So cents and one 3cetittnmp,
or three for 1 and tliree 3 unit stumps. Fully
lescribed in Circular, which every young mac.
should havo, whothursick or well.
Medici no and instructions sent promptly to any
part of the conn try.- Coi, stilt ii g Ko o ftha
hespensary. No IC7 fycamor stroct. I. O
Box, No 43.
DR. JACKSON' ORIENTAL LINIMEAT
Rumovesall coldness, aud reiwvinatcs organ
whiuhhavelaindorment for many voars. It
will cure any case of lmpotency,crtnte and In
create the pnsBionc for suy reasonable tima
Can be mailed with perfect safety. rrice2pa
bottle.
DB. JACKSON'S FRENCn PATENT MA LB
SAFE.
It is perfectly safe and uevcr fails to giTB gait.,
faction. It is the only sure and safe proventa
tivo against contracting diseue over invented
Price 1 each,4 per half dozen, and 17 oai"
doxen, sent bt mail.
Old and young should use
STERLING'S -
FOB J
The Hair.
It prevents -or Btops the Hair
from falling; Cleanses, Beautifies,'
Preserves, and rendora it Soft and
Glossy, and the Head free from
TV.-,, et .
It is the beet Harr DreBsing' and "
Preservative in the world
Sterling's Ambrosia
Manufacturing CompV,
SOLE PROPRIETORS,
, NEW YORK,
For Blank Deeds.. Call at

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