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tf. A. BRVt'TO, tilt
WHITK MRS SHALL. BULK AMKKICA
Oct 19, I
GinTjfry lius issued bb order
prohibiting anymilitary interference
at llio coining election in Virginia.
Tho Now York Herald's special
Bays thit six hundred Spencer rifles,
in boxed, wore "seized by tho Canadi
an authorities at Niagra last Thurs
day. The authorities 'reported It as
a ca80 of Fenian 8inuiling,
Official Home Vote of Vintou"
CoON FY, AT lOni OFOor. ELBCTIOII,
J. D. Cox
A. G. McBurney
Lang's mujority JO
The balunco of tho State Ticket
received Lang's vote.
Ralph Loet - 1144
Joseph Bfdbnry . 1088
Leet'e majority 56
A. J. Swaita 1141
John Dillou . . . 1091,
Swaiuj's mujority . SO
Archibald Mayo 1133
W. L Edrnietoii . i0b'5
[Washington (Ga.) Correspondence of the New
Affairs at the South.
AN NATION OF PAUPERS.
In looking at this subject, ono must
consider the extreme poverty to
which tho South is rodncud. In the
act of emancipation, at loast $2 000,
000,000 worth of property has been
destroyeJ, and 3,000,000 paupers put
in its placo, to say nothing of Wans
from tho raviigus of war. Instead of
being able to help the freed men, the
Southerners lmvo to work for their
own bread. I know many ladies who
have to uso tlieii elegant accomplish
menta as a means of earning a living;
all have to perform the menial servi
ces hitherto unknown to them, and
some havn descended to the kitchen
aud tbe wash pot, but here, the gen
uine breeding of tho lady displays
itself even more iorcibly than iu their
daysot luxury and s-plenior. They
never stop to gruniblu at fate, neith
er do they act with tho levity of the
emigrant French aristocracy, but
with the sober cheerfulness of true
THE WANT OF SHELTER.
One great difficulty with which the
acgrocs have to contend arises from
the fact that there are, in the Soutb,
no house9 fur rent within the range
ot the negro purses. The only bnild
iug8 suitable for them are out build
ings on private lots and platatior.s,
which of conrso no Southerner is
willing to rent, and have himself sur
rounded by a colony of idle freedraen,
who live in utter disregard of cleanli
ness, and whose necessities tempt
them to steal, while their untutored
consciences do not restrain them.
Even if tbey coold afford to pay rent,
do person with Southern prejudices
would let a nice house to them, be
cause, after having once occupied by
negroes, no white tenant could ever
again be toand to inhabit it. Con
sequently, every available house is
swarming like a beehive, and as (be
negroes are very filthy in, their babb
its, such huddling together is by no
laeaua conductive to good health. I
'feM 1 -ft
.crowd ot fret'dmon, where, id hot
,8Qmmer weather, tho stench was bo
iau'j uiusu iu. inu. inner iniUt ui'jiiui
strtHtt. 1 luttu lepir- trtiuJJIe'liftng
untjr plankitproppoii : np'2ain?Ml)e
trunks oftrc'Cd, h'b obHdroij qflcofixK'Iii
lliein for "piny honacB.' "I have seen
. ,. .' ' ... iii .i
uivm nvu in Rimies, aru tinner union
attxirrlTi Thonvffom, - wctr
u'hito exliilut? frpna jfylanta iuljti)ite(
hi iiii6 nine iHBt yenr. inese mity
i a l
, S Psant resiaccs -anr ng
near oi a bonthem suimucr.
win sciircolv allord smheient Blielier'r
during the .inclemencies ..okwuitar to
a proplu itfiloriu0d,)y patureor liab
it, tort lie ejduiance of a great degree
Of Cold. ., I.
Southerners lock for, ward , to the
npirortching Chriatmas with; ranch
anxiety, and universal deeir pro.vAili
that, tho Federal kajrriwns, throughout
tho country may bje ;'nce'unsed and
etrengthened'hy white Uooijjb. ,, Thw
rebels, lor (ho most t ,oar,tv are anarin
cd, finil there is no tBiling to what ox
cofiges tho- nogroes may 4e driven by
want and Disappointment. :; -
APPREHENSIONS. Republican Joy in the Negro.
We certainly wish pur Republican
irienua jiuu uiuuiruu niucu ,jay
their uiut'cr. ' They , are .bavins:
good tiui9 .villi hinij not without tho
prospept ol a ipug contiauance. we
ate glad t observe iu some of them
though the Dumber is not vory groat
the. evidtneo of fl certain sense of
lonoi:, torbidduii; .them Quito to
abandun him, .amid. tho, misfortunes
with, which no has been so abundant
ly endowed at t,lieir. , liiuids. : Ho is,
Indeed,, in a most pitablo condi.tion,
and nouda il there is any thing tney
can do their livlieat apslbtance.
The trouble io, they can really :do
nothing. Thuy (bund it easy, to drag
him into, -difficultv: to get him out
again, is ,moro than tlioy have. sense
to devisu, or power to accomplish.
'We take-great pleasnro now ip
calling to mind the assurance winch
we gave our Republican friends and
brethien several.' rears Ago. .that tho
eonrco of that which they called the
irriproesible conflict was dot in slave
ry, but intrinsic in, tlie nigger. Wo
told them that the moro they dietur
btd the domcBtio relations of the
South, the worse it. would bu for their
proteges and the more distressing for
themselves. We warned them that
when they, had broken, the fie which
existed between the slave and . his
liiu-jttr, they would havo former on
their bauds; would become in the
eyes of the world, responsible for hiiu;
and wou d liave etofnal.y before them
the question what to do .with tbe
nigger, without a symptom ot tbe
power to return a eatiitactqry answer.
The Radicals Calling for
Impeachment of the
Tho London correspondent ol tbe
Boston Commonwealth, the organ of
benator Sumner, calls Inr the im
peachment of the President. It
says: . . .
"Thore should le some cliivalry some
where, enough lo fight the President and
bit Cabinet, oue and all, to the death , and
pluck the spoil out of their leeth. Shame
them, one and all; on Johnson who has
basely betrayed those who put him in pow
and the Negroes, to who he offered him
self as a Moses; on Seward, on Stanton,
the whole sett, who have not the honor
resist him, end, failinz success, to aban
don and help to impeach him; and alas!
alas! sname on the whole North, who
not only permit for one moment-Ibis
wronp; to on, but actually hesitate' to ar
raign their Infamous agents at Washing
rvSEASES OF THE URINARY AND
J SEXUAL SYSTEMS new amt relta.
ble treatment. Also the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Kssav of Wainins and instruction
Sent by mail in sealed envelops, free of
-e. Address. Dr. J, SKILL IN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, No
il South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. 13th 1863 lyr.
FafThe Mason & Hamlin
forty dinereut styles
adapted to sacred and
secular music, for S0 to 3(H) each. Thirty
five Gold and Silver Medals, or other first ore
miuma awarded them. I'lnatrated catalogues
free. Address, MASON fc HAMLIN, Boa Ion,
...c.vi nn. m Timlin t , '
miaun nnuiuuu,niw iora.
Dr. : TALBOTT'S PILLS
Composed ef highly concentraterj extrarcts
from roots and herbs of the highest medical
value, infallible in the cure of all deceases
the Liver or any derangement of the Di
gestive Organs, ' They remove all Impnri
ties of the Blood, and ara anequaled in the
cure of Diarrhas, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Scro-
lula, Biliousness, Liver Uomplant, f evers,
Headache, Piles, Mercurial Deseaaes, Here
ditary Humors. Do for adults, one pill in
themori.ing children half pill, From one
three pills vill cure ordinary cases, and
from one to three boxes will cure any cures
case of no matter how long standing:
Price $1 0u pel box, Ji i aaTslppTTeo of sent
mail - - -. ' : v. '
Y MOTT TALBOTT M.D. a Co
June 1st 1865 ly 63FultonSlNY
ca as a mm
uurihec!je fr pwporini di uainir thia Ldi
Daj ,u fj ". leetm
Di yon want Whiskers or Moantachtsf Our
GretianJComponud will force thorn, to grow on
he smoothest face or chin, or bair on bald hands
in Six Weeks. Pi ice 1 ,00. 6ent bj mail aoj-
wbere, closely sealed, on receip of price. .'-.!
Address. WAK.tH & UU., Box 1
Break ill. N. Y.
. Feb, 16, '65 lv.
i:an i iii rvi w a i iu . r.
man while. roMdintf in South Amer-
avT W w w aaaTWa; - ,
isaionary. discovered aeafoand si m -
. pie remedy lor the Cure or Nervous Weakness.
Seminal Organs, and the whole train of
,d8J bjD(iliNiJ( banfjil,d vfeiojw labif..
does bDililNi( Danlj
(Treat ncmbeia have been
aireaay cured ny this
nnh ha tamnilv. .IrnravtRri hV t tlnairn ti km.
VtiHcua Vmi narturf wTr.e
Hesso lncifwt pV yiJ MJof) uridrow
JOSEPH Tl IJlMAX.i '' ' '
SUTION 1). BfBW TIotw,.'i
t Mar. lth 19i)5 lyr.,f ;, lair YjrkqitC,
i- The Grovesteek Pi.vnoiFeaTw s'ill.; rr
ta'mite, precedence and are,at::ioilutui
and aiier.undergoing .gradual iinpr.ovefiPnU
lor a.pesioa.oi au years, is now pronounced
by me musical worm to oe unsurpassed and
ever)' wirqfaaldd In i richness.- volume and
purity of ton, durability and . cheapness
Our ew scale, Ftent'l) action, harp pedal,
iron frame, OYer fitrungJxMB, seven octave,
rosewood pianos we are selling cheaper by
from 9100 to $200 than the game style and
finish arVld y any other first class ma
lew iu tha country. : Dealers and all in
want of good pioanos are invited i to. tend
for our Descriptive Catalogue, which con
tains photgraphs of our different styles, to
gether with prices'. No on' should pur
cqase a piano without seeing this Cata
logue. Medals, al-nost without number,
have been awarded totheGrovesteen Piarro,
and at the Celebrated World's Fair, though
put In competition with othors from ail
paris of Europe and the U. S., it took the
highest award. '
IKstablishad 1835.T '
; GROVESTEEN CO-,
499 Broadway, New York;
Attorneys at Law.
'" ' ' ' ' .jMcAr'lhdr, OhioJ.
.; Will attend promptly to all busings en-
tiuHtea to tneir care, iu vm'.un . auu
Athens Count ics. or anv of ttia Courts of
me 7th Judicial uisirict, anq in tne circuit
and District' 'cdurls of th ' United S:ate,
for the Southern District of Ohio, .u : '
Claims; against the Government, reaa-4
ions. Jjouaty una ijdckpay coliecteu . .,
Oct 19th 1865 lyr .'
FOR SHE BY
DR. A. CONDEE.
where may be found good aeBortment of
PURE DRUGS & MEDICINES)
PainiS, Oils & Dye-Sluffs,
PERFLMERY & FAXCY ARTICLES.
PURE WINES and B INDIES
Medical furposes, Patent MedicinesVEtc.
ALSO ,... .
AND : NOTE PAPER.
, SUPERIOR INK
and other aiticWs.kept by Druggists genu
al ly, '
rhsiclans Prescriptions Care
fully Compounded. "
1 lie above have been bought low, for
cash eelec ted with great care and will be
warranted as represented and sold at the
VERY LOWEST CASH PRICE
Oct 19-65 tf ' Dr A. CONDEE.
Notice to Bridge Builders
NOTICE is hereby given that the Com
missioners of Vinton Cunty, Ohio,
will meet on
Saturday, thtlllhdayof November, A. D.
at 10 o'clock A. M., at Hartley' Mills, in
Wilkesville Township, in said county, for
the purpose of. receiving, proposals for
building a" self-supporting covered bridge,
with stona abutment. - acYos Big Rac
coon Creek, at said Hartley's Mills.
Dimensions aui Term of Contract will
be made known on' sard itj. '.' '
By order of the Commissioners;' ' ''
3 ' H. C.MOORE,
Auditor Vinton County, O.
' October 12. l865-4- ... -..,, . . ,
Tbe Co-partnership heretofore existing
between Robf. A. Constable ami David B,
Shivel, in the practice of Law. i this rla!
by mutual consent, dissolved: and Robert
A. Constable is authorized to settle the bus
iness of the firm of Constable & SbiveJ.
Oct 19-65 3vr R.A. CONSTABb, '
D. B. SHIVEL
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY FIYK
Acres of unimproved lanitX 1 yinC
withiiuone half mile ol WukesvilleiViqibryl
... nl.!. mi. i. - . ii ii lr I
tuuuiyiMiiv. me iana lays weiion oi it
can bo cultivated, the soil -. is or it excel
tent q lility, and iveM timbered, t adjoin
the load) of Mes-srt. Hawk, Chap
iBe..tv. I Lt will Aake -
t.... r ,nr...ii....i -I.-... n
., , ,,,T7, ; , , '
niirs irom Williesvillp. on the r.niil leadin.
ll lr I ll't. j
iuw. iiiiniiu mini, i- .cii uiriuncu, nin
naCftS to cum SUilireirt pi MeitITlbc-r MSf V.
l(jf lilt Itttldi i ' i I f Jii HI!
Title good, and terms made eas
ror iunner particulars, ca I on
dress ' '
BRATTON & MAYO..: '
Att ys,, McArtbur, Ohio
Aujr.17, 18G5-6W , - ; .
0,'Ycs! O, tes!
N coitipliniiceMvith the; rate Revenue
law, I have taken out Liqeu'o, for
, v a xtcticxeerwg;: : .
and will attend to anv call in that line. Ill
v inlmi ni nil mm i tin I .iinnf ipq
W. a V....., ...
Address me at Ham Jen. Vintol County.
Ohio. PEYTON COX.
October 12, 1865-tf ! ' - . . '
MaryDolennnd "J Before J. J 4llison
TliotniisDownPrfU, I J.' P., of Malison
vs. fTouwghip. Vinton
Patrk'k Horan.Deft. J County, 0!yo.
ON the 3lst day of September, 18fi"), said
Justice issued an order of attachment
in the abuve nanied action, for thn sum of
Seventy. Dollars, and Niueiv-fcven Ceiria-
(Tctnber 12; 19G5-3W
STRAYED or stolen out of my pnslurr
fields, on the Horum Farm, oft ol
McArthur, an old Furnnce Ox. Any persrin
returning (he Ox or giving ine information
so I can get him, will be liberally reward
ed. JOHN NEWTON , :;,.
., McArthur, Ohio.,,
October 12,-1865-tf '
"Eighteen year established In N.Y. City,"
'Only Infnl lihle remedin known."
"Free from Poiaona."
"Not duoKorona " tho Human Faiuilv."
"Rate come out of Choir holos to Uio."
"Costar." llnls, Itonch, Ac, Exter'.
.; 1 .h i panto used for Iiala,
Mloo, Kouolies, Black and
Bed Anfn, o..&c.,itc. ' ' '
"Costa rV Bed -Our Enterraiantor,:
. Is a liquid or wash, used to
destroy, and nlnft as a' pro- '
1 vontive for Bed-BuuH, &o.
CostftrV Eleci ic rowdef fpr Insects,
. la for Moths,' Jlosqnitoea,
' Fles,'Bed Bugs, insects on
.' Plants, Fowls;, Animals, e.
: ; . -. 'i .
by all Druggists and Retailors
Kg- l UEWAHI
I I of al .worlhlesa im!
tations. , '
fjg See that " Coatara" n&ma Is on Bacl
Box, bottle, and Flask, before you nny. ;
' ' IIVVUV II f.fl'1' 4 IB
tW PnmnifAr. Defot. 482 BroailwaT.NT. T
tJf flol.i nv Dr. A. ConBk. and all" Drn--.
giata and Uetilora lu MuArthur, Ohio.
INCREASE OF RATS. The Furmor'a Oa
letto ( English) jssorts and proves by fignres
that one pair oi rnui win nave a proirony apu
descendants nc less man 031 ,1 ou in tnrce years
Now,onless tnis -immense lumny can ne Kept
down, they would ooimumo more tood than
would anstain 6S.0UO human bein s,
lOr See "Cobtar's" adveitiament in this
RATS versus BIRDS.-VVhoevor en
gages in shooting small birds is a cruel
man, whoever aids ini exterminating rats
a benelactoi. We should Jike Bnme.ol
our correspondents to give us the benefit bf
their experience in driving out these pests
Weneed something besides dogs, rats an. 1
traps for this busiiies. Scienlfic kmnican.
New York. ) t
(7- See VCobtai's" advertisement ii.
his paper. .
"COSTAR'S RAT EXTERMlNATClR is
simpie, safe, and sure, the most perfect
Kat-ihcallon meeting we have ever attend
Every Rat that can get it.- nroneu
repared according to direction will eav
and every one that eats.it will din nr.
erally at some place as far as possible from
wnere me meuicine waa taaen.-Lake Shore
Mith Mirror... , . .. , ... ., t ., ..
See. "Costa'.bV;. adyertisement In this,
Sold in MCArtnur vinton eo. Ohb "
By Dr, A; CONDEE; and - a)l Droeiriws
Dealer. .- 1 ! i, .. ..
June ftth IW.- amo.. j, . .
GEORGE NIXON'S MATE ''
NOTICE is hereby given ' that the" sub!
scriber has been appointed and quali
fied as Administrator on the Estate of
Geoqre JViioiTilate VlnUrt Cnim .riLtv
deceased 1 ;v-J.i" SWlcTriAMf 1j
Aaynsx 1 r, i-gi
The Bertr-talllntDB! aAPIMtl U the best De
aao wi(v ai an iwuskiii
111 who h been nnfortonat. all wIiom fond hopra
ban bMn diuppolntnl. cruaned, aud klu(d. all who
WaJmnaiidiicnl pj.t3 prpnijoid deeeitall hJ,
have been diwired and triUl wiln, all go to liim lot
advice and to get utfefection.
Slander ana euvj ui juur nirium mii iwuiin., fiuu uti
smUtns yonr cnaracier ana rcapociauiiiiyin spneoi evil
Ivporta and Tnmort. ' All ho are in Sonlit of the eflrc.
tlouaortliow tbpy love ooniultliim to rvliove aud latliff
fa minds, and to Sod oat If tbolr bright and
kitn viU be rrallted.
IN LOTS ATFAinS IZB NEVER
n has the secret of wlaott the affections of tlis
stpotlle sex. lie guides the single to a wealthy and
happy marriage, and makes lite married happy. His
ad and advice has been solicited in innumerable Id
nances, and tha reenlt has always seen
;A SPEEDY & HAPPY MARRIAGE.
To make things more sure, be will show job the like
YOUR FUTURE HUSBAND OR WIFE
Tie will toll yon their circumstances snd their futurk
prospects ; and what Is better ttise ell, he can tell yot
their thoughts and what their "real" Intentions are.
What la better atill, he can toll you If they 111 aiako joi
I)r. Raphael Is, therefore, a sore dependence.
Toaliinliiiaineas bis advice is itivnlnable. lleeanfure-
tsll, with tbe greatest certainty, tin result of all com
Tl.nl. .-I b.li.pnrAta itr..n.. r.. Iftlt-rv tiHm -r. wllh tin
" i-..- v- -"w ---v.-
tverj wlihont aay extra charge.
MORE OOOD NEWS!!! '
Dr. RAPIIAEL will csit yonr Horoscope or writs
yenr nativity. Every man, through the length and
breadth of the laud, who bsa bsd I nek, and who can
not get on In the world, should be In possession of bis
Ilorosoopei and get Dr. Itapboel's
Written Opinion of hi Fntnro Pro
poet in Life.: ,.
It will gnlde him to wealth, eminence, and honor.
Thousands of good men, who were uulbrrnnste and an'
tnccessnil In their bniiuess men wbo worked bsrd, and
who struggled against adversity and misfortune the
greater part of their lives, aud who found the more they
tried to get forward in lbs world the moro things went
against them: These meb got Dr. Raphael's written
opinion npon their future prospects In life. All those
who wlsoly followed Dr. Raphael's advice are now
RICH, HAPPY, AND SUCCESSFUL
la all their undertakings ; while those wbo wcro blinded
by prejudice and Ignorsnce, neglected his advice are still
laboring sgalnat advorslty snd poverty.
WEALTH, EMINENCE, AND GOOD
are within the reach of all. If yon wish to be rich aiU
appy yon will consult klra also.
OOOD NEWS for the AFFLICTED.
Be bas the gift, and can tell the afflicted the canse ol
tTiafr disssse and suffering. Be can also tell whether
'tbey can be cured or not, thus saving Ihe afflicted both
irouDie ana expense.
CoirmrtnfroOT daffv. S.indavs eieento. Oflce honai
All lntarviewe are strictlr nrlvate and eonfldentisL
' Ihsrstors we say, go oae I go sH I aad consul I
DR.' RAPHAEL, '
The Attrologar of the 19th Cantnry,
NO. 221 EAST MADISON STREET,
nr Personal Interviews granted to Gentlemen only.
All business with
at be done br letter.
HP Persona at a dlitance may eonrmnnttnte reirtv
airruuT by letter, If they Inclose ONI DOLLAR, ft
Coniultatlon Fee, lo saoh letter. All letters, comma,
alcstions, snd interviews, are strictly private and eon
(dentiai. No answer will be given to letters unless oue
dollar is Inclosed ss a Coninltatlon Fee.
Address all letters as follows 1
BOX NO. 6273, POST-OFFICE,
' Let It be clearly on.
aVrttond that the price named as a consultation fee pays
ar a consultation only. It does not pay for the Doctor's
written opinion of your future prospects-In We. ltdoet
not pay for winning the affections of the opposite set,
or for ths consummation of a happy marriage, nor for
doing any othor bullosas named in the above advertise
ment. The Doctor has a flied price for doing each sepa.
rale business. In your consultation witn tne uoctor, yea
learn how yon can rvaliie the fund bone noareat yonr
heart; yon are told how yon con got all y
kow vour business ought to be done so tin
rou want, and
int It can not
mil. He will foretell what is your DK3T1N X. In short,
be will tell what Is before you, etc
Caution to the Public
Dr. W. Ttaphael, ths Astrologer, hsa no connection
with PR0FK880R or Dr. W. M . Bapbael, or with auy
ether gentleman of the same name.
tWCut this advertisement ont. When yon come
bring lt with yen and show it to the girl wbo opens roe
door.- To prevent mistakes, ask to
j SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF.
LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
And learn that a perfect and radical enra II warranted
and guaranteed to all who are alllloted with weakness,
debility, nervous complaints, melancholy thoughts, de
pression of spirits, distress and anguish of mind, losa
ef sleep, loss of memory, loss of energy and muscular
power, puny growth, wasting away, and a want of con
Ddence In themselves, fainting nta, convulsive trom
lings. Impotence and disgust or life.
IIJAR WHAT TUB MKDIOAL FBESS BATS.
Boms physicians require to be told the nature of yonr
diseasethe BNOLIHH BOTANIO PHYbICIAN does
ot. ISi perfect knowledge of the human system enable
him to describe the diseases without any Information
from tbe patient, to explain its original cause, and to
guarantee lie enre. And, what Is more valuable still, be
wilt honestly and frankly tell whether yon can be cured
er not. All his communications and Interviews are
strictly private and confidentlsl. Medical Journal,
The Botanic Remedies of Dr. Raphael, the Kogllib.
Botanlo Physician, never failed yet to make a perfeot,
radical, and permanent cure of ALL PRIVATE, BK
CBKT, AND VENEREAL DISEASES, without the nee
of Mercury, without .blnderanee from business, and
without fear of discovery or exposure. No deadly poi
sons, tnch as arsenic, aux vomica, oplnm, or any other
oisons, Ho mercury nor Any deadly minerals nothing
but purely Vegetable Botanical Remedies are need by
this wonderful Botanlo Physician. His Botanic Rem.
dies never yet failed to cure the most obstinate and tbe
most dangerous cases, and to remove all mercury and
other Impurities from the system when all other Reme
dies hsd fBiled. Medical Journal.
OOOD NEWS FOB SINGLE MEN CONTEMPt AT
ISO MARRIAGE. Hear.whst the Baltimore corres
pondent of the, Oddfellow, Boonshoro, Maryland, said,
en Thursday, the 31st of May, I860:
' Numerous cures of diseases caused ny early Indiscre
tion having been performed by the English Botanlo Phy
sician, I fenl it my duty, having a knowledge of them,
to state the fact, believing that In doing so I may do a
service to the snffering. One case in particular that
of a young man in this city Is worthy of note. He bad
become the victim of a habit, the mere allusion to whioo
causes a shudder, and after years of suffering and doctor
ing gave up all hopes of recovery. He wished to marry,
and waa dearly beloved by as sweet a girl aa ever lisped
words of affection, but he was fearful, nervous, and proa
trated. Me dered not wed on account of tbe shattered
stateof hlsaystem. lie sought relief at thehandsof the
Botanic Physician, and, astonishing aa It may seem, ail
the bloom and vigor of youth has returned, and be
new ths happy father of a pair of bright boys."
Any who are suffering, no matter what their com
jalat, can cull on ths Botanlo Physician confidentially.
Tbey may rely upon relief. His afoae Is at .
Me, 221 EAST MADI&OJI P?3XJVr'. CHICAGO,
JAMES Olbbonw,; Administrator of tha Ea
' tote of Jamea Xea, late of V inton Cennty,
Ohio, deceased, has flla'd hie aocoante abd
vouchers, for innpectioa ins fnal settlement,
and tha same .wiU. stand, for awe-Tin in the
Probate Court ot V iuton Coutfty , Ohio', oa the
lat'dayof October, A.D. tMb. 1 :
...t. t y. : I -RICHARD CKAIO ' . ,
aVspbemboi 93, 1SHS iw Probnte Judge.
' . :. .11 "... 1 1 '
PEARLY Brown, surviving Administrator
of tbe Estate of John M-Brown, late of
Vinton county, Ohio, .deceased, baa : filed his
sdcounteefcOd-ranchers for inapeotioo Btid final
settlement, and that the same will be for han
irk In tbe Probate Court of Vinton coontr.
Ohio, em thlsVdaV'of ! September,' tA. D
1485. . . 1 . RICHARD CKAIO, , .
kpUmberM,1-STr 'Probata Jodga'
I Old and young should us&
It. prevents or stops the Hair
irom laiiingj Cleanses. JJonutifies;
Preserves, mid renders it Soft and
.OIohbt, and tho Had freei from
It is tho bost llarr Dressing and
Preservative in the world.
' ;' NEW YORK.
"Si ssaVti Dtia estrricti mi (evert,
for lit vW Isudlest Ceibasst h NH
lave been introduced to tht pnb'io fnr wri
than six yean, and have' aoiiuired j
far exoeeding any Family Medioine of
ilmilar naturo in the market.
An appreciating public wa not lon( ttf
diflevering they posnenied remarkable
.. . T ' . .
and henna tl-aiv
and vKmerrtieirt firoflt Ut the rropnntwr, the
eaakllng bint to rxjevsd
of dollar each yea h adrrti-i, thekl
merits, and publisfiing tt)
which nave been showered npen hint froru
The peculiarity of the
Is that they strike at the rot of Diaeaeej
by eradicating every particle if imparity
"v W B.oo,
tor tbe life and benllh of tha body dupend
npon the narirw of ths blood
If the dIoo t pv'smed, the body dragt
tat miserable existence. Tbas medioine
for at ring
Bkin (IHstaaet!, Old Birta, !
8a.lt haum, IHutatiam,
Qyspepsia, Biok HeadooK,-
Liver OompUimt, Fevr and' figW,
Leuoorrhcei TeiiiaU Chmplainte
Erysipelas, Bl. Jlntfw'ky'e Firt,
Fife, sSbrouInu) Cbrwum,pt(r, etn.
OUE person writes, ha? daughter was cared
.tf fits of nine years' (fending, and tit Vitus
dance of two years.
ANOTHER writes, hit son wu eureff
after hia flesh had almort w-tsttxt away.
The doctors pronoun. mk! ha vast wonrtv
AK0THES was cured of Fiver and A gut'
titer trying every medioine in hia reach.
ANOTHER was cured of Fever fcW
which had existed fourteen yeam
AHOTHER of Rhea natiam or eight year
Cases innumerable ol Dyspersia and Live
Complaint eould be mentioned in whiob fit
Purifier and Pills
"WotVt Vv. a CWvfWVs
are tha most aotive and thorough pill thav
have over been introduced.
They art so direotly npon tha Liver, eioit
Ing that organ to anon an extent as that tht
system docs not relapse into its former con
dition, whioh is too apt to be) the oaso witk
imply a purgative pltf
They are really a
ivbioh, In conjunction with the
wm all tha rorementioned diseaM,
and, of themselves, will relieve and enra
Colia (Pains, ChoUra Jkforbus,
Indigestion, (Pain in tht gowlt,
. Try theio medioine, and yon will mrw
Ask Toarnsighbor, wh Wra nsed tbenb
and they will aay they art
and yoa boald try than UCu foinj for
Get s Pamphlet OT Arraaiaa of my local
tagent, and read the eertileVevt, and if job
Lave ever doubted you will
VTjonxV xxo mote.
As a prtof Oiol the Blood PnrtfWmd Fills are pnnTy
jgsubUs I have the eertllcaUa eft ttMse emlneet ebssa.
Its, Proreasors; OUltoa 01 N. T and locks af Otaataastt
Bead Dr. Boberlt'i 8pedl Kotina nd Cwrtlftcasa pnk.
Hihed hi aeoaaplcaoaa pactof ral. fafar Crem Uaae t
Price sf Ihe Bcsadlnavtaa Tsgetobss Blood FTrriSsr, It
per botflo, or 3 per aslf down. OTtbt BcondlnaTfaa Toff
oUMs Blood Fills, K coats psr bot, s I boom far It. ,
Principal Office and Mmtooq, tie. ( last Poarth K.
Id- Bonding Seosa Mm St , UnctUmotl, O. Lobarotcraj
1 FOR SALE BY
Dr. A. Condoe, Druggi t.
iF.QR.Blanka of .all