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The McArthur Demorat
The McArthur Demorat OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT.
rOH iUi NOTICE SEE JOt BTB FAO&f
U TOi 0aD
Totcit"m.
10 WIALTH, TO ADVtaTlM
THM9, PAY IX ADvAKCS.
it. flTtZKUlhl A CO..' Adver'.in
. Agents, Ko..S7 Park Row.N.w Yorlr cfe
atufctreet. Boston aii) our AguU and.ar.
th;,rlr,r tnt:ik .alvorllaeineuia. and. &uh-
erJpUoDS for o at our LoweKtJtnle.-w;
DtuioCrWt f aH' Uat CAUipaigii
oownliirVier vbe fclbcWufi tji USeta:, eaiiB.,
...rl it ok Miian clubs. You calf Silt
the Importance fjrhvln cWatlotof or
W,neogetWtf.J liuaw youwill- not reg ret
taking a little time to hoi (J eVlif fleeing the
UtuotxuT irr t".JUncM ' 15 r CJ i .
LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Democratic County Convention
"''The Democratic Cviral Commit tee
tfflht! Bounty-, conaidyriug cxprcr.Mjs
.iif tliii lHftapunty conveutio'n as dir'ec-
.tory fio (Utuin lii rcjaru iu wiu wuuu.ui
jtvVh , id'atfs" for
ofSycs ow Vot'Od ft f at
' ( etubeV election. Vn vl' rest
lUlUI'lO, IWl Ilia WUHM
the ensuiojr
solved to cull
rrm, DuumUi GoDTenrion to bo
held ftt the Court House- in' MeArthur
on Monday August What loVocA
I'M. "' '
'flio Democracy of the 6eral Town
hiis a i 1 1 meet at the sewal plac-os
tf Luldinit bletticni therein; ou bit
ttriLtv Aitaunl tia 15i between the
ttoiir. iif 3 mill 5 a' lock P. M. and c
,tqt Di'leates to nmuiiiatu one Iteper
Bt'nlatita ?for St nto Lfia!at.ire quc
rrubntu Jiiil. ; ono county Clerk and
andtCytiiity Ojinmissionur;., ,
t Tlio raft's '6 lej.reechtation, ia one
.efrgt hi every 25 vytea cast for
-Jnde Rtmuey at ihb last October ele
ction and ono delegate for bach frac
tion ovor 12 votes. '"' 1 ..'
cjrattB to winch euchowusbiip ia en-
tilled, viz :
Hrown, 2
Clutou. V 7. ;
Elk. . .8
Eaulo: s
Knos,
Madieou
lliclilund,
Swan,...
Vinton,
,3
i
8
3
i
llai iiBon, 3
Jackson. 4 W ilkesvUe
This .Con vuulion will aluo Ki'ptrint
dflenate Ko tlie Senut6riul Convention
J)y ndor of CmjiitiiUeo
.1), S. DANA, Seo'y.
July 23th-C3,
THR FcKKUALSulllK'n,- Of' LltMUKl.
' Rodinktt, will bo delivered by Rev
Mitchell at tho - Cbriclinn Church'
on Sunday the 0 day. of August, 0
a 11 oclock A. M. '
, JJE38EK3 IlFXTKlinAS & DoTKB llft8
opened out a New MnrMo Shop on
'bd corner of Main and Locus .street
MeArthur, where- they will at all time
be found. These wishing nnythin
in their lino will cb woll to give them
a call.' f Sro Advertisement in another
'eolotnu of this paptr...
Election for Militia Officers.
On the drat day of August the peo
plo ot Vintort conrffy will elect their
HklA'iMwn.- SSe notice of the Sheriff
ia another coluuin, Ibryour regimen
'tad- District.'' Wo. look . upo'h it as
ceitiiithat,bef.(ire the dose of this
war you ui&y bo called out again
more than once, in this view it is
very important yon should eloct yood
men for ColoneU, Lieut. Colonels
aud Majors. Your office rs should
reside in your Regimental District.
Wo say to tbo people, torn out and
scy tbut jou get good vtEcers.
Incidents.
While the federal forces were in
thia oitv. tniWiin:? among our citizens.
aii opportunity was given for reaming
their scutinients ou me poimcai quei
, ' 'l. Jw X7n l.nt k..f !n
tinns nf the dv. We haa boen in
furtued ty Aboltionlsta that there wtrc
"v fuw Democrats in the army. We are
' gratified,to lepra tbat,matiy, and, some
ot tiiem j'uformexl s,'aiare majority,
of the force at (bis' point were roliable
Democrats. A nnmbor who visited
' our office told us they were' eelm
' able to eet Democratic papers. A
number ot incideuta occurred which
aat-omsbedt epino pf,onr Republican
frrends'. ' A eioldier,', conversing with
jkUdypf (fboUtiony pryc.ivitiea, in
M. .!....! It hinffl wnla fTihrtir Virr iff
' diqhah men about here. Desiring to
- disguise the real, facta, . alio replied
" Not many,"- 'Well," said. the4oJ.
dier. ''that's bad;" and tha astonished
female wulked otf. , Some ' Abolition-
ista took occasion to Set with soldiers
and begia to abuse Democrats 'as
" 1 "traitois." -Tbey were promptly atop'
vod.by tlie veterans, .who told them
tbey knew bettor, and, if tbey w.ejre 8,0
much' more patriotic, to come a lpflg
and ught.. a conservative sentiuientv
. ' opposed to the tanatical measures' of
the Abolition Union League cany,
—Portsmouth
Times.
Look on this Picture!
; 'J hiiv uo purpoao, jrecly pr in
directly ,Tu Interfuia ith tb "iiSstita
lion of Slavery io tlie States where it
exists. I believe I have no lawful
right to do
m itt Ina
ixs'gxxral Address.' ' '
Then on This.
; "I order and declare that all per
sons held at Slave, jn. the .Raid desig
nated States' ' and parts of States are
tad hereafter bhal bk juKKrrLiii
coin EuidicivdiM) ffitclamwou.
Which is the Traitor?
The Kepublicaiia dunounco Vidian-
liain (Dcui.) a6 a traitor and eulogize
Bingham (Uep.) ,Wf' 'U'J
were both' Repreat'titatiVei from Ohio,
and during the Into session of Congress
thev defined their pceitioi) ut follows
Mr. VariindiiltRiii
Mr Bbn-ibaro raid :
Haiti : "1 is in thi
i
o name
resioration oi urn
Union aa it whs ii
1T39, and contiu
ued fr over 70
vears, that I am
,1 God
wiuita the
Cotton Starrs, or
my other States
'his side of perdi
tion, to remain in
hound to! the lanttthif Uhign if slav
hour of my politf
cat existence.'
ery is
Ciiiiia
to' con
Which is tho traitor Wilt some Re
—Louisville
LEGAL NOTICE
STATE OF OHIO VINTON COUNTY
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Booth Brmley v Jehia I Fraxwi Kill.
.WilUiuit ll.n Jrjvw-nJ.Wrl f'fiio,
tlnknTrr an A Tarnna Tr,l-o ir aup
poMd tu reiide t fikat ffuk Slats nf Kuuam,
will Ukeautii: ihtt Booth a Brnlojr ofthuuouu
tt of J uc Won oud Stale ofOtiiu, on llic2U'dy
ot'Octoher 18S7, recovered ajiidznint aainat
Jeliial frnzoelhenor luo oniuity of v intiiu and
t-tutu of Obii and now deceased . for '.lie mm id'
u Imndred and fixiyniuv dullure and tieven
een i 669,07) villi enct tuxed U fmir i'n'lnr
awl nifittvyficia. (f.e; in mo- ouui(,,ui vmiii-
nieu
thnt a
sii judgment romaina in full force nnpid
and untevomed. Ami the mid Pinknoy Tarr
aud Torreaaa, I an. Williuui Alluu Fuzne and
Edward Fraav am. further notiled lliataaid
Conn hare ordered tlie lieire and Ingal roproKii
tatives of thi eaid Jehial Fruzoo iluteunud lu te
made trfieaiIefotdunta toaaid jmtment. And
thai Plauliifa at the ae.U torm of aid Cmirt af
nrlbe 9l)i day of Augut. A. !. U68, will
moe (aid Court la revive eaidjudiriiieBt aa-nlnet
then andothera whourethe Ug.il eiroi;nUtivca
ol me eald denial frame ueoeanea.
BOOTH J& IiKA LI.V,
II, B. BSMDY, BirfhHAM alluwiTT,
July Jd 1863, w. Tbuir AH'jt.
T-r
A'lTlJiMlO MILilii. t
All perioni vuleot to military tjntj in the
following Townahip will meet at tlielr reiieot
lve Company Klecfion place on Saturday the liit
Jnv of Anoint 1863 bolweon l.o'oliK'k A..M amf
5 o'clock P. M. and after chovairx '' Viva Vote"
S of tlieir number aa Judaea and 3 to act aa
Cleikawho will each ho llrat duly eworn pro
ceed to elector ballot O.n Culonkl Oni Liiut.
Culonil and Oni Ma;ob to command the Kugi
raont of Oliio Militia which la cotnpoaedof.be
lollowinc Ccmpany Dinirlcia to wit ; Dietrict
No. 1 and S in Klk Tp. Ho. I and i in Clinton
Tp.Ho land tin Wtlkrville Tp. and Uedie
trlr.U of Vinton, Mdion and Knox Tpt.
And In like manner a above all rerone tnb-
Ject to military 4ty. to the follow. tin Townithip
will aleo. meet at llieil (eapectlve company tie
liou place on tbe auine doj and batweiin the
eame hours iu like manner aa Hated ahovo pro
coed to Kloet Wy billot OK Coloncl, Onk
Lieot Coloxxl and Uxa Mum, to command
iheKigiinent of Ohio Militia which iaoDiiipnu
ed of following company di.tric) Va,-it : Dia
iriet No. J lu Elk fUmfX and tin Kichlnnd
Tp. Noa. 1 and Jin Swan Tf. and the dielricta
of liiown. Englo, Harriaon and Juckaon Tpe.
And on the Monday thereafter one of the
Jixf'ee of each oloetioa will return duplicate
Poll Book, to me at my 0113 In McArlhur.
AKCH. NDURIS,
Suly l-J-r2 . 6uffVfCo. 0.
r ' ' f '' 1-1-; ri H
JUST PUBLISHED,
VALLANDIGHAM'S RECOa?,
HMllS Work oon'.alnn the principal Speeehes of
1 Hon. C. L. VALLArtUlUllAMjOil
Abolition, the Union, and tha ClvinVnr
with part of other Speochee, Lettora, Votea, ete.
ia baadsomelj printed on flood paper, 248
afrea large 8o, ana has a very fluelv exrented
teel enjrraved likeueaa or iir. v ALtiArtuiu-
HAM. ,
Pilce, prer oorere, TOcta. : Cloth 1,00; de
livered by mail or exprece, prmioW, on we.ipt
of price.
Whfleaale--Faper. wver, 15,00 per dozen
Cloth $S,00 Transportation to be paid by pur
chaser, and ordera to boaent direct to the pub
lisher.
J. WALTEK a Co , Cincinnati O.
A conv will be rent to every editor who inserts
the armve ana mis noviua ano seoxis a aaaaso
copy of his saper U the sublisherp.
Orders receivea at me mr. jionnmua
DtMOCEAT Offloa. , ,. Apr. 30th-63-w.
BLAINKS IMMvSI!
FOR SALE AT THE DEMOCRAT OF-
FICB.
Wis atee end Quit Claim DeciU. end
Murtgag, thesboitest and most approved
forme. -J
unices' and Constables' Blanh.
Such as Summonses', Subpoenas, Executions.
Orders ot AUaclin eut, Amuavit?, Under
takinee. Onleisof Arrest, and ConsWblcg'
Sale Notices. Also '
TOWNSHIP OFFICEUS' BONDS
for Treasurers, Constables, Supervisor and
nthpr Tawnshin Officers. Our forma are
Mtt-AliS moat eoirertt W sell.at p'rlces that
LfVill save tou naonei . iYpbs tfitlers an m-
gpeotrally aoitcitetfr
JUISS EMM LOWEUY,'
fllLUNBRJ ;HANIJAMAKEB
UcArthnr. Oliio, 2J door East of the. M.
E.-.CIiuicb. would raapvctful.l inform the
Crtiarsiof I)cAriruiriid;'victi)ty.that the is
prepared to do all kinds of Mitiinary and
Maiituuntakiejrwork at abort rtotice.and at
Wit ,'.
' LOWEST1 f PEICES.
She guar airter-s ntisactioa as U' work man
ship. asd tbenatest ajud most .fashionable
iiylee- Bringtyour oU Bouneta aud have
them marks new.
Apr. 16, '63, roo
EPHRAi.1I ROCKHOI.D'S ESTATE.
-VJOTICE la hereby p iven t'aat the nndersiga.
A,! ea
has beenappo-nted Adminlstratatria-and
nualiired of tha estate of Fnhralm Kookhnlrl lu
"nftria rmintv of Tin tun Ohio, deceaaad.
Jul? Jtb 136J-3.. ! alCSfiTX AtOtKUOLD.
;
PI GOOD NEW3 'AT LAST V
B.TW.rWIIlDt DR. KAPIIAEL U b bmt
mil wba fOI ullun ! tkiltd.
B
( ALU WHO ARE IN,TROnBUl,
An wffv.iMTo fUL'TTunaa. a WBiaklftna Jvai
hatk lyn dtaaaiiaifcxt. aruibiKl, yid bUttl, all l
.u . i .'.. ii .t.. . ' : . i c-w
aa itrn atHiami hum pitiniaM aua fxu, an
bate Ucu declitd anl triitid Ilh, all tolo aim lot
el'ira ami U (at Mltafulion.
Ue iiuara our niialurluaea pua awnj, 't ataliaa the
lruidcr ami tmiy of jrour aumioa (all biwftfM, aod he
uauinf juur cUiitcUr anil rapvi:uliUU lu ivita of tA
icporli anil minora,'; All a lia r4u itnrifk of ka afha. ,
liomof lluw llnylyta (viuiiK) ir U kjiun aaVl fMuf
thvir mtiiiii, uid 17 91 uat It ir feiiflil aaj -"4
mrw .111 h. iwwwr . fw r.
IN LOVE AJFAniS UB'NEVm' i
TAILS. ' t. t
. it hu twa of wtniihij: Iha Hl.ilorrl f rba
vfipoiila k. 1U (ifiili irw aiiigl to a wntlikj an4 '
hnppjr murrliiRc, ami nuke pi maralfiq 1hi(ji, II a
alii and advic b IVira lltJld I liAiiiiMuacle la
taucaa, and, the (vault Uat'ala74 !... -
A SPEEDY V HATPT MARRIAOa ,
T naaVfhlifSi iuN lute, a.illl .k; you tlx
tour future iiusdanit or wiro
lie will lull Tim tlwlr clrrmnataucM and thlr Aitun
prokpwtwi and lit la Witfir than all, ha caa tall joi
llirir luwiiKhta and hl llitlr "ml" InteDtkika are
What la h.n.lllL Ii. a.t.l i..,uif ti.MIU n.aka IM
t lMjEaffA-tiii, dinbri
To all i n biwmrwli la ail i to
idfetltiiifttfltncf
o ia iaAliiabl) NcajiairatL'
tell, with (ba a-rraiMt oeiialmy, tho reantt of all ooiu
marclal Had bnamtaa tmnaiurf lima and apeciilatioBi. ut.
lUiial inurnrebi dreaiwa kir lotlary uuuibare with ua
tailing iitcuparr.
LOTTERY jWpiBCRS
lva without anji'axirf cliarfa j1
mobs gOOd'' xievtt I ! V
!;
t'S
r a
Dr. RATIIAEL will Ciiat jraur Ilurnacflpa or write
roar oalitrity. Einry man, tliruiiica the langth and
Lreadih of lite luud. who haa bad luck, end who aaa
I nt on in IkvivOild. alionlil ba lu poaaaaalvu ut hie
Uoruatope, )lt;a)r. Itaohaal'ti l-i- ,-, t
Written Opinion' of' hiaTntur Pros
pects in Lil'o.
ft will guidk him to wriilth. amlneDca, aud honar.
ThouMinta uf good aim, w ho wara nnfortmmta aud an
eticoraefu) in iliwir bnainaa nn-n who worked hard, aaa
who atruniilrtl ;di"t nlva-illjr a ad nilafortunk the
Krwatat oart ij e.fillmfc id Wliafiamd inHirahae
Hied to gft ttSrwara ii Ilia world (U aiOrk riui Waal
agajnee theui : Thiae luan K"t Vt. Hauhul'a writMa
ftjiplan.upooi Otult future jjr'cl la lif. All Ihoae
he wlaaly lull4nl I)rl fcioliel'i adyKa'ara anr
RICII, BAPP7, ANDi SUCCESSFUL
fb tit tlielr krulTfcklaira t while Una wko ware klinded
Ayprvjudiee and hjaiieHiiceAeKlteieil hie )te 4e itltl
luuiinug aaiuai u,am auu iu,aiij
r fJw aaaured .. ,
WEALTH,
LUCK
aro within the reach uf all. If you wiab to be rich and
Daiy yoi 4111-ctajaillt kinaalao. ,
GOOB lVEWS;n AFFLictEl).rl
He haa the nlfl, and aan tali the alfllcled rtw eaiiaea
their dlaaaas and anflfiluK. lie van alao tell witither
Ihey caa ba cured or not. thua euviug tbo aultcted botli
trouble and eipoueo.
Coaaullalimit daily, Sunday! aicepted. COce boan
from 10 A. H. Ul.T. L .,' , .
All iutarriexa are alrrfily pflviA and eeuflJaatlat ;
Therofure we aay, go una I go all ! and couult
SR. RAPHAEL,
Tbo Aatrologor of the 19th Century,
J .Blot 19 BAST riFTH STREET. .
tSelaeen BjcamSre Elml and Broadway, ' 1 ' '
Iff ii ciNcraNATi.
4-PRICES ItKhCCED Tf) SUIT Till TIMES,
i " Tarmi fur Visitor. Ladli-i flfly cants ; Oantleau
us dollar, (or sanloausultaitlna.j Wliaa yo eall, , -
,( ASIC TOR THE DOCTOR, '
It will ureveut ailstake. ... ,
T Persons at a uutahce nay eonimiinUwta SoerS- '
s!Ti4LLr by ltur, If Ihey Incleee O.N t IOl.tARi aar
Conaultaliou in such letter. All leiurs, eommo
nkatinna, and Interviews, an Strictly prifale aad sea.
Adeutial. Kuanewer will he lia to fclterl uajlest oue
dollar la Innluaed aa a Conauliaiiuu fee.
Addieaiall letters as follows)
DR. RAPHAEL,
BOS No. 2463, POST OFFICE,
CINCXNNAT t, OWQ.l i
Let It be clrarly aa
ifimtoM that tlie priro named s a conaultaliou fee say
tor a consultation only. It does not pay fbr the intor
writtenopluion or your fatnre protpecta In life. II doss
not pay lor wlnnlnK rh anVcltfmsol the oppoalu sex,
not for the eouauiunistfon of a h.iji aiarriage, aor for
doing any other bueiiieaa naaied iu the shoes adrertles
aieut. The Doctor has a tited prico for doing each sepa.
rata hm In tea. In voiircouikltoltonwllkthe Doctor, joa
learn bow yea can realize the furje) kope naareat yons
heurt ; you are tnm Bow you caa ei aii yoa w
kow your boeineaa ooirht Io be dune so that it
yoa want, and
i can not
full. lis will foretell erlml a. your uta wK X,
Ii short,
he will toll what le beroi s yuu, etc.
Cantion to tho Public.
Pr. W. nanhul, tho Atroloer, has no connectloa
with PK0Kt."S0Bor Dr. W. M.aaiihaer, orwlthaaf
other gentleman of the siuoe name.
s)0"Ciit this adrertleoniont out. When yoa eome,
bring It with you and show it to the girl who opens lus
door. To prevent nilstiikee. ask to
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF.
LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
And leant tlioi a perfect aad nultenl cere Is warranted
and icnarantmt to all who are afflicted with weakness,
debility, narvtma complaint, molaucholy tliouarhta. rts
aresaion sf spirits, diatreas aad anguish of mlud, lose
of sleep, loes of memory, lose of eueory and muscular
power, puny growth, wiiatlng away, and a want of con
Silence In tliernaelvna. Willing tits, eoavalaivs tram
blltifrs, Impotimco sud ilisirnnt of life.
HEAR WHAT TUkl MKIUCAL PBK8S 8AT.
Some physician require to ho tuld tbo nature of yoar
disease ths ENGLISH BOTANIC PUYSICIAX does
not. Hit perfect knowledge of tho bumsn eystaro suable
him to describe ths dnHHuis without atiy infonnstloa
from ths patient, to explain its original cause, and to
guarantee its cure. Aud, what is more valuable still, be
rill honestly and frankly tell whether yon can be cured
or not. All his cnmmuolistiuns and interviews ate
strictly private and confidential. Werfieal earmW.
The Butanio Rnmctiia nf Dr.. Raphael, ths English
Dotanle Phvsiclan, never luled yet to make a perfect,
radical, and permanont cure of ALL PRIVATE, 8a
CUET, AND VK.NKIIIAL D1SKASKS, without ths ass
of Mercury, without hinderinrs from bu-inesa, and
without fcur of diaeovery'or exposure. No deadly poi
suns, such as uraenio, nux vomica, opium, or any othsr
poisons. No ueroury norany deadly minerals nothing
but purely Vegetabla llotauical Ucnvtdif are used by
thia wonderful Botanic Physician. Ilia Botanic Bern,
dies never yet failed to curs the most obstinate and the
most dangerous cases, and to remove all mercury and
ether impurities from Ihwsvslea when sat other lie ma
ii-a had failed. Mertk-ai JnarMl.
uood news' run single hen convcmplat-
INU MARHIAGE. Hear-what the Baltrnora oorrsa.
pondent of ths Oddfellow, Boonsburo, Marykaod, said
so Thursday, the 31st of May, IsTiOi
" Numerous cures of dlesssns caused bv early Indiscra.
iron having bean parformed by the EugUab HotanlePhy-v
sician, i, leei ii my amy, naving a anowisage or una,
to slale4ha tket, bsUevlneT tkal ia doing su I mag'do a
service to the suffering. One case in partlcuW ahat
of a young man In this city is worthy of nots. Ms had
become ths victim of a habit, the mere allusion Mwhaaw
causes a shudder, and after years of snfleringsaildoMo.
lug gavs up all hopes of reeuver;. Ue wished to marry,
and was desrly beloved by ss aweet a girl aa aver lisped
words of affection, but he was fearful, nervous, and pros
rated. lis darsd not wed on account of the shattered
state of hlssyitem. Ho sought relief at the bands of tha
' Botanic Physician, and, astonishing as it may seem, 'ait
the bloom and vigos of youth has returned, and be at
bow tha happy father of a pair of bright boys."
Any who are suffering, no mailer what thsir eons
alaint, eaa call on the Botanic Physician confidentially.
They may rely upon relief. His. office Is at No. 69
BAaT rirTIi Bet. Sycamore St. and Broadway, CM.
Width 3. 2d eok
Wheeler & Wilson's
SEWING MACHINES.
WARRENTEO THREE .YEARS, .
This is one of the vary beet Machine In uae,
it rises no Shuttle, makes tha look sties , alike
on both sides of the foods, leaving no ohaih or
riaKa on me snoeraiue, i. naoa oar .nail oi
the thread of other machines, aud makes' the
nen lent Work. .-.-.
Having taken an Atreaoy for the sale et the
miujhines, I respeoful'y request the Ladies of
Vinton or adjoimns Couniiea visiting- our town,
to call and examine the machine, and aea it
work. To those makiuapurohaaos of me, I will
Rive instrauiions in toe- aea pf the maohine
gi .ti. I willaell atihe lowaat eaeh prices of
the manOfaoturer. . . .
- Mi . B. C. BBATTON,
McArthnr, Ohio. ,;. i .. - -: .
VOOlLViQ StpVES FOU SALE
We have a first rale new Coal Cook
ins Stove Alto a Pie m turn. .Wood
Cooking- Btove for aale. Call at thia office
and aee. them, if you Taut a stove at ,he
! toivejt cati -ggnres
RE AT . JEXCITEMENT
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: Win hta now nrip.nliifr jrNftW h
of the latest Spring Styles,
l ancy and totaple
DRY GOODS,
CaIico. Mnslins of all Kinds.. Ticks, tho largest lot brought
to this place. Silks, Fancy and Black Lawn, of all
kinds. Dresa Goods tf every Discription I
CUSTOM MADE CLOTHING,
A LARGE LOT OF PANTS,
VESTS,
. COATS,
HARDWARE
Boots and Shoes, which ill be Sold at Cost.
FLOUR,
MEATS of all KINDS, .
SUGAR
' MOLASSES. ,
.COFFEE ' ' ' .
DU1ED APPLES,
! ' . PEACHES.
: - ' "' TOBACCO,
fish,
SALT.
LARD.
RICE.
bOAP,
CANDLES.
SODA-
J PEPPER.
CLOVES.
, - CINNAMON,
GINGER ana!
. . MUSTARD.
Cotton Yarn, Balling, Brooms, Wool Twine.
; VV b 0 J E N VV A R tt
WASH-BOARDS,
WOODEN BUCKETS TUBS,
AND
Save Your $300
GO 10
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Ml a
Cheapest Goods.
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SHIRTS,
ALSO ,
CLOTHS.
CASIMERES.
VESTINGSanrt
CASSINET3 of ALL KINDS.
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CLOTHES-PiNS, BROOMS
BRUSHES.
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ENCOlltfGS UO IE WORKS.
rinTfi
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a tiSwsan anrtiaaw .
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BENJAMIN DILL PROPRIETOR
II A M DEN,- OHIO.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
A M D II A KES TO ORDER. . .
Stove), riotTs, Hollow war
' . AND ,., ' '
ALL OTHER KIND OF CASTINQJ
HE nndereiuud is new prepared to ex sua be
L promptly all work "rdered In hi line of
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buamesa. All kind of CaBiingi oenslly msda
aw. on aiiiua oi isuni:s oeusiiv maaa)
at KounJrios, will Pe kept on hand
and for ulm
at the most reusoueM ralea.
The fncilitieaof the Foundry situated, ae ll
le, In the midntof furnaces whera tha raw)
rnatal la always to b had at a asviiig expenee,
must be evidun. luall ; aud the subscriber kea
in (f determined not to ba outdone either la Ut
quality or cheapnexa.. of hi nisnnlaelaraa.v
.1. S k .. . 1 .
the community. , . '"
CAiE HILLS.
We are manfnctoriti the beat and latest la
prated 1'aw Mills. Thooe wUhlBcaBiillwaQ
do well to hnud ia thsir order in time.
BENJAMIN DILL.
Febuary Ulh 1863 ifo
1CE CREAM.
ON TUESnAYS, THURSDAYS.
: AND SATURDAYS, DURINO
THE SEASON.
LEMONADES.
MINERAL WATER,
8ASAPEKILLA.
GINGER POP
And all other kind of Summer drloluat
W. A. JOHNSTOVS SALOOM
The public will alwata Sad on htad
full stuck of
CONFECTIONARY.
To wit: Cream. Almond, Peppermint, Otevsj
Wiuiergreen, aud every variety of CAKUllaP
Plain and Faticy,
KISSES, ALTS, FACY CEARTS, M
COCOA-NUTS,
LEMONS.
ORANGES,
. SARDINES,
RA130N9
and every other article muaily gept In a Confea.
tionary, Alao, Krcu.li Hreud, tliti(ier Cakee, Juu
hies, Hpontje Cake and Fresh Oraokera.
ttvT Panics supplied with CVkea and Confea
tionariee, at the ahortcat notice, aud at t he lowaai
cash price. W. A. JOUN8T0M.
July 2nd,18ll2-tr.
ATTIilMTlOiX SOLDIERS.
AA'Z) WIDOWS, AND HELATIYSS
OF DECEASED SOLDIERS.
The law of Congresi approved July 81 1IJI,
provides for a bounty of 100, to all Volunteers
for thno yearn er during the war. In cue of
the death of a Soldier while in tha service, this
bnunly, together w.lh ail arrears of pay due the
deceased, muy be obtained by his widow or re
latives aa the caao may be.
The act of Conresa approved July 14th lSdi
gives a ptnsiuu to the following oleeeee of per
sona. 1st. To till invalids dieabilod since Ma roll 4th
1861, in the Military or naval bore ice of lbs
United Stutea.
2d. To widows ot ofneors, Soldiers oi Beamaa,
dying of wnnndd received or of doaease Cuulraa
ed in the Military or navul service.
td. To Childron under 18 years of sue of snort
deceased persons if there is no widow sarriviiia;
or from the lime of the widows remarriage.
4tb Te mnthera of deceased officers or sol
diers. Piovided the deceased left no widows,
or children under 14 years of ago, and provid
ed said mother was dependant in whole or part
ly upon tho labor of the deceaeed for support.
6tn To sinters under IS years of aire, of sues,
deceased soldiers, dependent on the latter who
lly or in part for her support. Provided that
are no rightful claimants of tha three last pre
ceeding clruwt. The amount allowed in caa.
of deceased otfloors or ;ldiere ranges fiena
IS, to t SO. per moDth owing to rankefdeoeaael
Invalid penaiorw will depend open the rank
and natore oa fdthiaubility uut exceeding ik
per mouth in any cane.
The underfilled has procured license for tha
pnrpoe, and is now authorixed to Moaeoni.
claims; againHt the general governn ent in a!X
cases arising under tlu various sots of Con grass
I 111! . . .. A ,. .
anu win (live prnmpi kucntton to all claims in
trusted to him. Nn charge for services will be
made whe.e ,he claim la wholly disalnwed.
MeArthur Feby 5th 1803, B.P.HEWITT.
dfex a LFmmrc
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&LM to youno weim
Jvt PMithti, tri a Seaitd Snulip. Prim I Omt
A LECTURE on the Nature, Treatmeii
and Radical Cure ol' Spermatorrhea. orSeaa
iunl Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Set.
ual Debility, and impedimenta to Mirrfaj-a
generally, Nervoutineas, Consumption, Kpi
lepay and Fits ; Mental and Phytiral Inca
pacity, reauliinz from Self-Abuse, &c--Br
ROBT. J. CULVERWELL, U. D., Aathot
of the Grien lieolc, tf e.
The world renowned author, fn thia adnti
rable Lecture, clearly proves from hit own
experience that the awful consequence, af
Self-Abuse may be effectually remorti
without medicine, and without danfrroaa
surgical operations, bougies, instruavenM
ring-s, or rordiala, pointing, out a mod. (
cure at once certain and effectual, brwhieta
every tuflerer, no matter what hit ronditioat
may be. ma cunt himself cheanrv. wrlravaU
and radically. This Lectun wr prorat
boon to thousands and thousand '
Sent under teal to any addrrri fn a nlata.
teaied envelop, on the receipt of dz centa, at"
two poaiae atamp, oj addrra up;
UHAS, i. C. ClelN & CO,,
137 Botvery, N, Y, P-at OS t fca.iW
F.b.28 18C3- """"
DESOLUTlU.t OFCO PABTNEB.
HIP.
Tha Copartnerablp heretofora exjsing baiw-aei,
the undeikigned in tbe'praotice of law, haa hj
me t pi ration oi me uma limited and by mo,
taal omaent of tha partio. been dissolved. Ij.
cspt as to unsettled brrsineaa
Persona indebted to sa for prnfseaioaal
vices will confer a favor by calling oa
HawTTT, atiloArthur, and settling
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