OCR Interpretation


M'arthur Democrat. (McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio) 1853-1865, March 24, 1864, Image 3

Image and text provided by Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87075163/1864-03-24/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

The SIcArlhur Dcmoral-
OFFICIAL OEQAIS or VINTON COONTY.
LOCAL I) E I A li T M E N T
TOR LBOAL H9T10ES BS rcUHTHfAOE
tUI Till ROAD TO WKALTH, IB T iBTHTIM
your BcirviKM TKRMS.rAYIN IDvANCK.
To UciiUvr.
"Wo propose to fnrnisli tho following
Mirwnra at the Lowest prices.
IMf ftm' Democrat $3 00
Nationl Manajsiiio and Dem. 2 SO
Lmly Friend and Democrat 2 50
STRADED.
itiileu una one iveu wuu
Any information tliat miiy t
this office, will be Lentil
Prom the Subscriber on lVnckmnn
Farm, Vinton County UIuo, on or
about the 4th davofMiwch lSo'4,
rwa. one "White, one white
tided and one Keel with wmio mcu.
ru Bonx xo
reward-
. . - a a I'fi iimrnv
fcdbv JOHNU. DA uucikii.
Emigrants to Idaho.
Parties grating to Idaho or Denver,
can reef ive info.niation as to the must direct
and cheapest route, and best outrlltins
by addressing (without encloMiig
W. L. ST. JOHN.
Box 5781, Chicago.
Rr.ot'LAHiTr of Action the Soul or
HiLTH.-We carnesily call the siieniioa
of our female read.' ra to Dr. VV. It. Mci
wiu' advertisement of Ihe celebrated Ciif.k
okis Vn.lt for .females Hie bo .1 regula.
u.r of tbe lemnle syfteuiyet ottered to the
rmWir. A prevention to excess, nil anti
dote to pain, nd removal lo llie obstmc
tions that cause both: three Pill, Hi seen
rin" reiinlarity of action in the female sya
lem", kccurs health, and with healih. In-slow
the laaciiifttious that accompany it in every
len.ale.the bright eye, elastic step ami i U r
complexion that denote a healthy vveni.n.
Kcad the adveriienient.
Box 5781, Chicago. Vinton County Military Fund.
The full-win is a statement of lunds
w fixed aii'l paiJ "1 ,,v the M.,,tny Co,.,-
Ill Vllltnil OIIIIU, umu.
mitlte
AMOVHT9 KV.CEIVKD.
Henrv P.'yne
J. S Hawk
Kicharil Clements
KH Gilt
D. F. Biud
S. V. Dodge
Jnkn P. Ply ley
ileorge H- Ni holae
J J. McDowell
C. J. Billing1'"''.
Charles Rinvm
II, P. Hewitt
H. P. Amlnose
A.M.Gill
Junes Laid
Samuel B Ullom
F, I). W.'H
William M. lVrs.m
J. UI. M li"Shllii
ili..iiiRK D
Lafayetio rt'M'"'
j. R i et G W. W4
K. P. Bwihwell
Joseph l3obo
Fred England
Joseph Doddridg
A. Condee
1). Herlocket
John Fee
eonge 1). Bothweil
A. Wolf
George Poffeiiba'get
Jocobllawk
Archibald Arnold
Jacob G. Will
John R. Shore
John Henderson
J. A- Buldwin
XI. H. Long
Janifg W. Sands
Joh VValth
0yen Uowil
C. Johnson
W. MartiniliU
William Brw, j'
W. H. Allison
WiNiam Clark
Barnet Aiken
Jacob Ullom
Eli Dunkle
Benson Dunkle
Jared B. Rsndtll
David Jones
Dan Wi l
Joseph K. Wilt
Robert Aiken
J. M. Dennison
George VV. Dennison
John Holm
8. W. Johnson
Valentine Dearth
David Hawk
Cornelius Karns
Jonathan Winters
James Dunkle
James Rnnderson
0. VV. Gilman
John Johnson
VVil.iamCramblitt
Thomas M, Bay
Jackson Workman
Thomas Johnson
George Lantz.
J. & A. Newton "
Joseph Parmenter
. Jacob Jeffsraou
li Hawk . ,
8 P. Deaver.
; Jacob Graves '
Alexander Crow ' .
E. C. Brown ""V
Lewis Clark
James Hook . '
James F. Gravcis "
' Thomas Rannells
David Bay,,
8amue4 CrambliU
John Winters
John Mitchell.4.',
James Gibbons-
John Knapp
Jsasc Gritiin
Amos Chapman
rla.
lO (I'l
II) 00
3 00
s (HI
5 00
VI 00
50 00
3 00
10 00
5 00
3 ') 00
I0 00
5 00
a oo
1 00
li (10
lo 00
b 00
6 00
JO 00
a so
.') 00
.to 00
u 00
S 00
10 00
W 00
25 00
2S 00
10 00
11 00
I too
ft 00
10 00
10 00
10 0Q
10 00
10 00
10
6
10
&
b
5
5
10
10
10
9
3
10
5
10
6
5
10
1 6
2
35
5
5
6
S
1
10
5
a
6
5
'2
15
5
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
oo
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
'.00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
DO
00
00
00
00
on
00
3 00
5 00
3 00
; 10 00
6 CO
2 00
20 oo
m 3 00
: I 00
" a oo
- 3 q0
o do
& 00
6 00
s 00
S. G- Finney ' 5
H. C Finney 5
James Hall 3
Isaac Ullom- 5
Jacob B. Hawk 3
Kemp Faulkner 2
Crprud Schuiim 5
K a. Pngh 6
Edward ll.ll-nd 3
Joseph llowilf, nr.
A. H. Fee A
A brain Cast.il
ohn Itollaud lo
John Dunkle
S. laainingrr
auies N. Dongl.ia
Baty Miller
Jacob Dovull
John Miller
V. JSiMsbiiiih
Henry Buker
Ku lus Utipra
A. AlcCunn
TlMimus Fletcher
M. MGraih
VV. IUh k
Thuums L'haclvcr
Q. A. Unvi
J. S. Sirong
M. P. & C. Karr
J. M. Tbonipsou
Djvld vvdU
Albert A. Crowcll
Juhu Steel
Philip Milln
t'at iihriiicr
Avin Finney
Daniel Nuuucni.ikcr
John ny
lleiijailii" F. J'llliisuu
William Swaim
VamA Pli'iil J oo
mi menu ve',t
Andrew Shu"
A. C. Dowd
J B Johnson
John S Curry
Stephen Chne
Jacob H Wi nlcm
Lafayette Dunkle
William L McUl
J H ILilrnM
AmiM C Iluili'ld
J Sllrhu
Henry Huhii
P WeatcoBt
S SvdpiiHtiii krr
J null-it KiymiliU
Levi Wj 111,111
Wj lium Fee
Jaiu.h H. Cuny
S V Do.ltfe'
I N L'Htiiilge
J 11 KiiKldii,l
Iliinin I, on 17
John Sliieley
Janira II u k
Will it 111 Bray
Mr. Jacksiiii
Anw! (;iiniiiiau
James VV Ball
VV H Gihboini
George M. Finland
Aniliony Utirir-ll
Charles Ti n ('lnign
Alexander I'ollock
Lea i A I wood
VVilliuin Dwdney
li;a Mosier
John H, i)'l. ii3),i
J A Ka hi win
SI Rtuti I
VV II hni
Clara Wi.l
Scinnel Welier
Jjiiifs K Jiihnaoii
James Muipliy
Uaml hhivelev
J-'hn iMeKlroy
H HuiiS'Mi
John Sands
William Dewdncy
Ira Mossr
W H Bonner
Thoinns Wuioou
Joseph H i gger
Jnlin Mei
J McCarty
J A Slulier
U Bruiiiiau
I'dt Dolan
F Mi Grmly
t' Molboroiiyh
John F Cluik
VV Crov
Uoac Sliiveley
Jacob Hawk, 3d
Janes VV Kellry
George B Bothuell
John Heal
George PofTfiibarger
A N Cozail
Cash
William Buiighumn
Thomas Kauumls
(siiiah Smith
Eli Hawk
William Feo
Ksvin Clark
Joseph Luce
Uaac Hawk
Allisou Shrincr
G W Matthew'
S Schriner .
J, lines Miller
J VV Puffi nbarger
J oli 11 Dunkle
Thomas D Vest
Thomas B Davis
Joseph K Will
E D Wolf
Archibald Arnold
Daniel Shawl'
Edward Goodrich
S R Roweu
Andrew Cran.blitt
William Lyons
G VV Shot key
John' It Miller
William Hasting!,
II U Swaim
George Barnet
Dan Will
James Arnold.
Isaac James
Joseph Ruler
John Bgleberry
John Hook
John Jackson ' '
RS Barnhilt '
Jacob Blackston
John Forres:
B T Quick
Joseph McKee
J S Heltebran -
Cash of Ilamil'nn for Irvin
Refunded By A II Will
John Miller for WilkesvilleTp.
AL Bairrl for Clinton Township
James Gibbons for Brown Township
J C Garrett and others of Vinton Fur
' nace ' - 250
J A.Bruce 5
VV F Felton " ' lo
00
00
00
00
00
00
uo
ou!
00
00
00
01
00
10 00
J 00
lo 00
10
10
10
10
10
J
i
it
I
1
o
J
a
w
1
D
5
a
I
D
3
to
JO
10
Jo
b
2
5
b
a
J
:
r
1
b
a
lo
b
5
10
10
5
10
3
I
1
a
a
1
b
4
3
6
10
10
1
10
1
1
5
6
a
b
1
a "
a
b
2
1
2
2
4
4
3
2
1
2
1
2
1
i
i
2
3
a
b
5
10
20
it
0
b
10
b
5
10
4
10
6
1
5
3
2
10
ft
1J
10
5
3
a
a
5
a
10
10
10.
a
a
10
10
5
3
5
1
3
a
a
3
10
a
2
a
10
10
5
65
13
50
50
Total amount reroired ?IP51
Amounts paid out by the Committee.
00
A-II. Will, ten dollars, John R- Hul-
tert, ten dollar!, 11. J. Willis, ten dollars.
John Towelt, ten dollars, Joaeph M. Lane,
ten do I Id is; John Irvin, tru dollars; Mich
ael Holland ten dollars; John Srhrecken-
puat. ten dollar, J. Weekiver, ten dollars;
t'liarles rem, ten dollars; Mifitrihittuig ail
vertiaenients, five dollars. E. F. Kedfrrn, ten
do.Urs; Dnvi I Bur ten dollar; Wil ium
Miuster, ten dollurs; Robert bagm. ten dol
P. Brown one dollar; Joseph, Smith, ten
dollars; C. S. Turner, ten tlulluif; John
JuhiiKHi, ten dollar-; S. H. Steel, ten dol-
lais; A. W, Karns, ten dollars; Lee Ogan,
ten (loriam; Henry Johnson, ten collars;
Samuel Dellgh, ten dollar; Samuel Dearth,
ten uolla's; Gaorge VV. Clark, ten dollars;
William Kidsun, ten dollars; James K. Red
fern, ten dollar; James 11. Re-Tern, ten dol
lart-; Harrison Redfrm. leu dollars; John L.
Hatfield, ten dollars; Benjamin JiiJmiii. ten
dollar:-; bill at Allensville, five dollars; Tel
egroping. one dollar and eighty six cents,
bill nl Hamden, tno dollais: i. S. Mi Dow
t-II. five dollars, Sylveater Wyi kolT. ten duU
Inrs, John R. (lardner. ten tlollan, Join) IV
Remy. tru dollar?, Joahua Martin, ten dol
lars. Robert Hewitt, ten dollars, W. S'.ieph
eiiJ, ten uuiiars, nnstian Kelt leu dollar
Henry Dozer, ten dollars, James C. Graves.
ten dollarx, Lei Perky, ten dollars! MoseS
B. Andrews, ten dollars, James R. Jones,
ten dollars, useyh VV bu an, ten dollars
bill at Plymouth, tmo dollars, te Lnn oi:s
dollur, Aaron Vansky, one dollar, bill at
Allensville, one dollars, bill at Vinton two
dollurs and forty cents, Eli Gill, twt-n'y-four
ilo'.lais, J. S. Mcl)owel, bvn dollars, lele
graphing, two dollars, Agrippa Wells, bil
lourteeu dollais, Georce Cuiuter one dollar
Amu Vuinky, one dollar, bill at Wilkes-
ille, two dollars' Aaron Vansky two dollars
and twenty five cents, refunded G. 11. Nioli
ola; three dollurs, bill at Hudson?, ono dol
Ibis refunded J 11 Curry, five dollars, la run
Vuusky, nine dollars and twenty five cenu,
refund) d VV. Craniblett, one dollar cash lor
ponder and lead, eighty five cents printing
mil, etc eight dollurs and lilty cents, Eli
Lull thirteen ilol'urs and seventy hve cents,
i xiwi.ae MMiding bills, four dollars, J
Hawk's xp. n?e to Cncleville six dollars,
J S.llawk sexpeuo to Circleville, five dol
laia and seveuty five cents, eleven and three
lourllis pounds of powders four and seven
ty cenlt. fifty-four bars of lead, two dollars
and sbleeu cents. JIif. Koai h, seventy five
cents, A (iron Vausky, three dollars and
twenty five cents, Mis. Towell, four dollars
and ti I teen cents, Hugh Lockard, four dul-l-,r-,
Jo.-eph Kaler, rivo dollurs, Jama Lsntz
-ix dollurs, Ilirum ulbcrt, iftenty eight
dollars and sixty rents, Joseph Kaler Uveu
ly live dollars, I'eler Ans.l, five dol las,
I'lioin is 11 Baird, five dollars, Dennis Brew
er, five dollars. Jartey J Bngg, five dollars
Marcellas Benurti, five dollars, Samuel Bar
croft five dollais, Jackson Chamberlain,
thiee dollars, John Carron,. seven dollurs
and fifty cents, John Crow, ten dollars,
Francis Craig, fivo dollars, W Cramhlitt,
live dollars, Jacob Curry live dollars, J R
Oulviu ti'8 dollars, L t-'olvin five dollars
John Call m five dollars, Eiekiel Bullard
live dollurs, James Dulfy live dollars, Thom
as McD ariuoli. eight dollars burl lit it cents
James Morton one dollurs otic blank book
filly cents, John Pearco lour dolWs aid ten
truis, Laac Brown expense to Irouton six
dollars uinl tiwen cents, Francis Shades ex
iHiise lo Ironluu ten dolla s and fifteen uuu
The lollovving prrsnus have 'eceived ten
dollars each; David S Kwiu, G Johnson, J
Jair.es Smith. 7eury Ziglcr, Joeeph Wiatt
George. VV M,'.Counel i, VV Eagaii, Ja'cob
ZigU'r. Richard W Kenuard John Sliively
L) L) Drake, Dvn:c and Graves, U V Ansel',
Jasper I'euuel, yllonzo Vincent, Valentine
Dearth, James A Eicher A" Clianil,iin, D
Al Snider, G R Dickerson Petttr Wue
(Jhri lidii Rudolph, Alex .lyl.n.d, Aaron
.iikK'as TIiouihs Parish, Oliver Curry VV
Aukiiiiu, Thomas VV Ro.icti, A lien Jul ley,
Wesley PiMiiicuiu, Alexander Blackford ti
Andiews, 31ark Tiiiidev , (.r Waters, Jumes
lieli, John Norili, John C'inpbt-11, I oh 11 W.
Ual'y, IN II I unv, luomis J Livingcton, J
anies Wyckoir, James 7owell, Throdore
Webb, JaiiK's Phillips, Columbus Sirou?
Harvey Hawk, Richard Steel Thomas VV
Jeircison. John Cavelle, David Quade, Fiank
Dovle, Abuer Lynn, A II Hubbard, James
Jones, J U Miller Thomas S .Miller, George
uerry, J ti uerry. Laiavetie Uaiion, J L,
evolt, Cyrus Devoit, Georije Gandec: V
A Lei ly, (j Loulter, J S Willie rtpoon, G B
Belford", Joint Crumblitt, VV Garret, John
Levis, Alexander Liviuusion, Alexander
McMillon, Express Charges, postage and ta
ionary, Parcels Willis-.-Tlie follo,vini' per
sous received five dollars each, ban lord Dill
Tiiomus Donaldson Henry Duddlesrn, Isaac
Dunkle, Michael Dougherty, VV E Forrest,
LB Finney, Samuel VV Heskett, Ruben
Finney C D Giftjohn W Heiron Andrew
Harris. Joseph IWghu; Ephruim Hunter;
Heskett, Lewis Heskett; Heiuy Hanks, Wm
Johnson, John Kenard, Frank Keck. John
Reeuan; 'saac B Lacy; Jesse D Listen;
Murray; John Morgnn; Reese Morgan; Wm
R Murlindill; John Vansky, J M Vandeford
ET Winters; FJ Wiiy-ins; JS Waller:
G Newton-' J P Reed Vv H IFestJJVick-
era 8 Snider W Ross IV H McKenzio
Muller J A flkMichael U Muhoffv T Mo
Govern M Norton A Noalstiue JUuinu, 11
S Pechin; Isaac Powell, E Ross 3 Siouer A
Strawsbaugh; A Shepherd; IV B Sanderson
IVSchriner, 1 Schloiierbrek; J aweeny, P M
ShirtPD Schriner VV P Thompson, C-
Thacker; n leterick; o Tetenuk; H N
Dowd , B T Quii k G W Turner II P Am
brose. 20 boxes gun caps, one dollur, Mrs
Can, one dollar.
Total paid out S1SU3 22
Amount in Ih uds 01 Committee 58 03
Total amount 1951 25
The following is a statement of those sub
scribing to the military fund and who have
not paid.
M Bnrley three dollars h A Sisson five
dollars J Earnhart ten dollars J Karnes ten
dollars JV Alban sr five dollars IV Hays five
dollars M Ogan five dollars!' Ellis five dol
lars LiTatman three uollarc O ShirU five
dollais F Dunkle five dollars S Deaver one
cow valued at leu dollars C Hutson one bog
H Liddle one dollar S il Hudson one dollar
EP Snyder five dollars D Shirtz five dol
lars. Jacob Crow live dollars, John Idiamber
iau two dollars and Slty cents, George Page
one dollar. James Cox sr five dollars. Also
we are informed that the Eagle Furnace com
pany and others have m their Hands nai
one hundred dollars which has not been paid
over to the committee. There is some
the subscription books in tbe hands of sub
committees in syeralof the Townships who
may have collected some ihat is named above
should any one have any funds on hands
wish them to forward tbe same immedistee
ly to Charles Brown who is now Treasurer
of this comrnlte all of which is respect-
lullv Bubintlied by the Committee.
JOHN S. HAWK, Secretary.
L
J
J
F
dk. srmriiLAivDs
MELLIFLUOUS
COUGH BALSA il .
CURES Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat
Asthma, and Consumption. It is only
necessary for aur one troubled with these
Complaints to try oun bottle of
Strickland's McIIIiIiioim C'oujli BnUnm
to convince litem that il is llie best prepaia
lion ever used. It no, only cures the above
directions of the Throat and Luii, hut it
cures Night Sweats and Spitting of Blood,
and is an excellent girgle for any kind of
Sore Tbroat. It is pleasant to take, and a
sale medicine lor mlanls. Pin e aj cents
per boltlo. For sale by Druggists generally-
March 24, 'G4 ly.
LIFE UK DEATU!
SOLDIEK.3
Don't Uu ltuck lo llie Wnr.
Many have died from Diarrhcei and Dys
entery in your reeiuieut; now take warn
ing and do not return without ronplying
your knapsncks wiin a bottle ol Dr. Strick
laud's An'i-Cliolera Mixture remember
how many were saved last year by taking
it after being discharged and gent irom tho
hospitals as incurable. One dose will im
mediately relieve the most severe case of
Dtarrhoeea or Dysentery, It is acknowl
edged to euro Chronic Diarrhoea and Dys
entery, Now don't neglect it, for 011 your
leturu a change of diet and wete:, etc.
will most certainly bring on Diurrhiei, an,
a 50 cent bottle of Dr. Strickland's Anti
Cholera Mixture will curt you and several
others. It will keep good in any climate.
Do not fail to tell your comrades to put a
bauleofit In their knapsacks.
Sold by Druggists au'lJprepHrrd only by
Dr. A. Sirickluud, 0 East Fourth street,
Cincinnati, O.
March 21, '61. 1-y.
rj
Soldiers we think Dr. Sirkklund 1
quite light ia adviting you in his ailvertie
nciit in our columns of today's paper to
take 11 bottle of his highly recommended Anti-cholera
Mixture In yout knapsacks, it
inny save the lives of many of our best sol
diers. Mothers, see that your tons do not
ueglebt it. You can get it ai the Drug stores
at 60 ten is per bottle. It is the be.H renin
dy far Diunlirea alul Dysentery.
Mar 2 1 'CI 1 y.
A WORD ABOUT
AMER1 CAN WATCHES.
AFTF.R A TIlOUtiUOH TRIAL OF MOA'E
Til AN TKN YKAKS, the tlino-i.ioeeH manul'ua
rured by llio ir.or!en Watoh Co , of WhIiIiuiii
Mim. , have guined a firm liold 11110I1 tlie fvor
f tlw I'liblio, and now, no Ickb thai 75,000 of
thorn aro spanking for tliciunelvos iu the pock
ets of dm pcoplu. From a very I r.tii i ikutit
l0)fiiiniiin tho biiinos lias ineroaxed nntM wo
nrc jtixt ilK-.l InstatlnirtlmtWK MAKIiMOKK
Til AN ONK HALF of all tlio watchus void in
llie United States. Repeated anhrgoment of
uur fuotorv hulldlnga, mid tlio luborof N)0 opor
rtivos. Mil'll nd us iiuoQiud tomnnlv the con
stant! v inoreusicn dflinwiJ. Ami wo may Loro
nbsurve tluitcot wiihniuiini: tli bitrh prieo of
labor and mivturlals, we nettmlly sail our pio
ducts at lata prices than tlioao current tlve
yearn ng.i.
Worut'orto thosn riicta only for the purpoco
proporly Intorducing another subject relative
u sur luniiufuuuro of watches. Uithorto our
chiof o'ljec-t has hoen to uiuko gofl watehos for
the million at tlio lowest pomlhlo price oomo
thlinr to talto the place of the mske-believo
wutchea called ' Anoro,""Lenin9," "English
lu tent Levors," c, annually thrown upon
this nuirki.l, in countless numbers, by Euro
pcnnworl;.ihnpi wutclios which are tbs rofsue
j) their factories, unsalcublv at homo and far
feelly wortliliss ovory wliota.
Thi object wo have occornp'lshcd, and now
wo havo to announce, that wo have communcod
tlio manufacture of watches of the vory
UIUIIEST OKAUF. KNOWN TC dlROH
OMTEY, unequalled by anylhinf hitherto mado to our
selves and unsurpassed by anything mndu In
tho world. For this puiposu we have tho amp
lest facilities' We have erected an additiou to
main building expressly for tLW branch of our
business, and have tilled It with tlio bost work
men in our service. . ProHCing by our long ex
pari ece, wo have remodollel the. for n of our
watches, Introducing snob improvements as
have been snggestod and proved
lo bo good from limn to time, afetd have insti
tuted new and sovoro tofts of laoohronism, ad
justment mid compensation. New machines
ami appliances havo oeen constructed, whlcn
porforiu their .work with consummate delicacy
and exactitude-, and the choicest and most an
....... I .. , .1 ' ! -
tuct l wanting oithor in mechanical principles,
material or workmanship to tusuo perloctiou
n the result.
Wo continue to manfacure onr other well
known qualities HtiJe' the fotlowing names:
"AtThLTOft, TKA CI d UO.
"P. 8. IIAKTLKY,"
Ard tho "Soldior's Watoh,"
"WM. ELLEHY."
Tho Inttor, the lowest priced watch we make
is a subntantial, rcliahlo timo poace, cased in
rtcrllnir silver hunting pattern, and is not lia
ble- to gotout or onlor cither in marching riding
or fighting. Alt the above described watchos;
including oho finest which ia namo "American
Watch CorfPAXV, aiesoblby watou dealers
genorally throughout the country.
KUBBIINS & Al'l'MIU,
AgonV) for'tho American Watch t'ompnny,
J3J BKOADWAY, N. Y.
Jan'y Mth mldi4. 4o.
of
we
EJ.
OF t II E
Best and Cheapest Casli
KEEPS ON HAND
A. full Stock ofcverv varietv of
CLOTH m, DRY GOODS.
LAD ES DRESS GOODS-
HATS
AND
CArs.
J300T8 ,
AND
SHOES,
IIARDWAHE
CUTLEKY AND FEESI1
GROCERIES,
of which I wil! sell as clieape as the
uhenpest for Cueli, or exchango fur
Country i'roducu at the highest
market. rates. CVil uud be couviuu
cd. Doc 10-63-lyr E.D.DODGE
T i
Wm TOD
vv
ORIGINAL
JTAl
OF THE
AND CHEAPEST:
111
liS
2
m
Is now receiving laicre addi-I
tionsto ins already
ILAMGE STOCK,
consisting1 of every variety ofk
DKY GOODS,
CLOTHING.
HATS,
CArs.
BONNETS,
, NUBIES,
, , . B6OT3.
AND SHOES
Qucensarc imd Grocrics,
to
Jvt,
auji
and he isbffering greater induce
ments to purchasers than
m --
ouier .
m ...
HOUSE IN THE COUN TY,
m
wishing BARGAINS, will do well to give him a call. ft
All kind of Conrty PrctJnct Longht, kr viliiclitho highest mar-
IK
DAN WILL.
;5kct price will ke paid.
5S .fon'o 1t 1 Cfli
- cfvti cKt ifVt tVo ti Ti Vt, yti JT
a i irs in in iiriiiiiaai
V
iiramiii
in
io. CG Soulh side Haiti SI. McArlhur, Ohio.
S. V. DO DC 12,
r. e. riiiLLir$.
id".
Tv
m
m
WILL
;open in their New Store Room
9
a
TUESDAY,
I January, lSth U(S4.
I One of the largest and best!
Iselected stock of ; ; 1
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, . o
t.oots & suoes,
rats, caps. ':
NOTIONS
&
QUEENSWARE,
yever brought, to. this, market, which , will be sold .cheaper than the
cheapest. Plei.8 call ami examine (innrlaanrl Prinfl heiforn iiirihaa.
cheatiest. I lens call ami examine Goods and Prices before wchaa-?&
ttinflp nlQA.irlmvu .on ... n n.. 1 i . 1 1 . . t , i It cV
tS Jao'y Hth 64 lv DODHK PHILLIPS:
- J . VN

xml | txt