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OFFICIAL 0EOJAN OP VINTON OOOHTY.
LoTcTiTi) e Fa rYm'ent
rOH LIOAL NOTICES SEE rOORTHPAQB;
THE THC1 1IOAD TO W1LTH, Id TO ADTMTISI
TonRarsrxri.. TKRMS.PAY1N IDVANCE.
Moket Wanted. Wo hope "onr
frien.la wlio are inilib'cdto us will
int lo tmekivaril in paving what they
owe ns. in our nt'tu-neo, .urs. w
Ion will receipt; frr tho gnnir.
If Vol ro Sick, call ftt Dr. Cornice's
c aehPrns Store and get prescription.
Anonnco ot prerenal ivn ia worth r
pound of euro, many n long spell of
icknees lms been prevented, by ta
iling proper remedies in time.
Lpposs and Mercthy. Wo are
rccivinr Piiiecriptions fr thfc Led-ier
Biid Mereurv nt tho lowest prices at
'tl.UotHeu. Njwistho tiinp t) sub
scribe.
New 1-aw Fikm. Wo cuii atten
tir-n to tlio tact, t Ii nt wo have formed
n partnership in tho prnctico of the
I,'iw, with lion. A. Aluyo, lato of
r.'itlorOo. Mr. Muyo rrinlts at tho
fond of 'Ma 'profusion in tho btito,
our friends will heat judge ol his
tn-rits ns a lawyer, by his manner of
attending to tho business entrusted to
his caro . As I is h1 out becoming a
citizon of our cuniy, wo givo him a
hearty welcome.
(lMA.rT.uVcri'.N Ox Fp.wav
The Citz-ns (!' McAMlmr, tnd ol
Yiiitii (Jonnty, in cnmm'Hi with all
tiiu i m n:i !j t; o r- nf our ulon mm ld
Culum'iii, arn r quested to meet in
our vil'nc. ir t any c ino:iiit pl:tc
on rvxt Frid-iy. and show th-.-ir nppre
ci.i.i m ot thu gloiioin victories rj
ct'ntly Hchtivcd ly inn iii-li'o unnios .
by returning i hanks t Almighty God
plr ill I'uv.irs t .Mir Nation i'l her
liur of peril, nn I by di-rni'iietratioii?
of joy wnrthy ot tiiu groat occasion.
AH huH'tv-' will bo ii-peiidi d in j
McAithnr. ii'id' services will bn held
tit th-i M. K Church, at 10 V :l..ck j
A M. I!.-v. I Carson- wiiMii-wto
At ii it; 1 1 r "tli . r wi.l I o a TOK'JU
L1UI1T l'i':():i-S!ON. lvndireH.il.
In iiin;iiii)'i. :u n-ile-i. by the Mc Xftluir
.run P. ind, ohbl'rtsliioned i'.ihilL'e.
Tuis will b.t omo ol' the m ist inipos
rig deinonstr.itiuns over held m .Me
Art i nr.
"Wayward Sisters, Depart
in Peace."
Frtirj-KNT AM.L-s;i'S-t aro rohvb in
llu' p ijn is to to- uhuvt! words id Lit lit
Gun, tie-it', in niati'Hi to flw linn
rntS'atis, and it. is gr'tifg to be a
cmi'to'iu bi.'lii-f. licit I e4lfcviirnl their
going wifii"tit recic tanct. 'I In ft
were the :hint: won's in a lef'cr
writti n mi tim 3;d ot .M.irvli, lSOl,
to
William 11. S.v.ii;'.;
.wnio.t is
lieie
tiioDtft: iv w;iv o; I'linei unn. nut
rentier v i'l plej'.se r Mtie'ti'ier that he
must ni't put t iojii'teli 'aith to pnrt
cries, and cutch wt-ids. 'lh!s is a
Hjmcitiieti of tnfttty o'l.er tlcfgj itiscrt
I'd, into lint (itilil'i: mind in regard to
that reh.-irinti Imth as to irs4origtn arid
tiiu uu n whit broiigl.t it on:
W,s!.in-;on, March 3. 1 s.J I :
IV.ak Ci u: ll'M'itiL' in a day nr
two too new PiYhidi nt will hiive !itp-1
ii'.lv i.aji'i! t i n 1 1 I :lI! Di rsnnstl 1 1 :i li :
He r
iiti'l I'itnl ii'miielt iu;-tai!el an I
luuiored sucCin?Sor i tiiu gient Wasl
ington, with you as Ilia diiet of his
Cabinet 1 beg linve to repeat m
writing what 1 hav? bef re f.iid to you
orally this Supplcsiii'iit. to my prntid
'Views ' (dated in October las') on
the highly disr-rdere'd con lirio'i otonr
(so lad) liappy and .glorious Union.
T uieet tho ixtra-'i' linary txigeii-
..I l... ..i il ai.Liiil I., .it., tl-ilt
iCS in inma, n B.VNW ' ""'in
1 am gu'ity of no arrogancu in limit-
ing t'le I'riidetii'd tild of selection
to one of the four plans of procedure
subjoined:
I. Throw ofl'thf old nnd assume a
new designation tin; Union '-I'ty
accept the conciliatory uu a-ur.;s pro
ptised by Mr. Cri'tendeu trtbe Peace
Convention, and, my life upon it, we
shall have no new ciso of Secession
but on the contrary, un early return
of many, if not ol all the Stale'3 which
bavo already broken otl" tr im the
Dni n. Without soma cqtmlly be
nign measure, the remaining siive
holding States will probably join the
Montgomery Confederary in less thtin
sixlr days when this city, '.wing in
eluded in a foreign co-.int-y, would
require a premanent g;irrisi.u of tt
least thirty live thousand troop, to
protect the Govern merit within it.
II. Collect the duties on foreign
goods outside tho ports of which the
Government has lost tho command, i r
close uch ports by act ot Congress.
and blockada them.
III. Conquer the seceded States by
invading armiis. No doubt this
niiht be done in two or three years
by a young able general a Wolfe
a Desaix, or a Heche, wi'.li three hun
dred thousand disciplined men kett
up to that nambej, estimating a third
for garrisons, and tlw loss, of a jet
greater nninlcrby ekifiniohea, eieges;
1
;
j
I
I
battles, and Southern fevers: The
destruction of lifo and property on
the other side would bn frightful how
ver perfect the moral dieciplino of
the invaders. The conquest complex
ted, at that enorraou9 waste of human
lifo to the North and Northwest, with
at least 230,000000 added thereto,
andda bvtoi Filteen devasteel Trov
inci-a not to bo brought into haroio
ny with their conqnerers; but to be
held for generations by heavy garri
sons, at an expense qaadruple the net
duties or taxes which it would be pos
Isibla to extort from (hum, followed by
a Protect er or ac E'nnorer.
IV. Sav to the seceded States
Wayward Sisters depart in peace
In haste, 1 remain,
truly
WINFIELD SCOTT.
Negro Fokktuovgut. In the d-iys
whin acrvents were bought ana sold
tit nervine in Massachusetts as in
South Carolina, my grandfather bad
in Lis family a darkey, called, ol
ennrso "Dinah." iNoW. JJlliftll was
lair to look upon, and after sundry
flirtations, received in her eighteenth
yeBr, a bona lido offer from a well to-
do Sambo ol lorty. ".rnl wyn aon i
ycu have him, Dinah? asked my
grandfather of the fair .re. "Too old
rmissii," wes Iho griiining rnply.
"Why. D. nab, he is jusi in hi
prime." ' Vis, nissss; luit bime by,
when Dinah get her pritire, eleti be
hab no prime at bIIP
One ot tho drosBes at the recent in
augeration ball consisted of black tnlle,
i mbr ddi-red in gold collored silk, in
ai.iiill wheat ears. It was made (ver
b'.trk satin, and trimmed with gold
t't ini'e about the hoUoin (T lite skirt,
and long sar-h etvU The body was low
and crossed in le'da I'rotn right ro left,
liu fnrgo longing an order. The or
naments ensiled of gold wheat and
crimson poppies, placed upon tho right
shoiildi r. and left sidn of the waist,
Mid these also fumed the Ik address.
Shoddv sIkmMv f Honnvl
Si'EUlFF'S SA I.E.
Sti!o i fO'ii't Vinton Contfy.
l.titliTlVitt, ritfT Inl'onrt "f
ir..int 5- C'liimiion I'lcn
Hrcin K. Iowd Duft.) ()u ..rdor ol nile,
1)t'K.Sl;.;T tot'io caminml of order of
in th a-Mivu ciii't t . rm .lirm!ll fr. :n tho
e'.'Uiti .f'.'oinmi'n I'lru. c' iho ntnr-aid I'uiiii
ty i t' Vi'iii'ii. I will offer at p-ihlio vatoutthu
cfuiir of thu Court Him-e, in tin' town of Mo Ar
thur, in ihoiil'irsai I eotinty of Vinton on
Si'titrtlty the 6!h d.iy of May 1805,
r.ciwon tho lio'Tii tiMi o'clock, A.M., nd
l'..ur i -'clock, 1'. M.. of fiti'lihiy. the followim
.rn-rt y. In-wit: no hundred und Tliirty
Il.c iicri'i ofhtnil Stunted Int.hu ii"r'.h hnlt'ol
vc'i'in lium'-i rtliirtv-tivn, (il-,)in townnhip
iium'ier tin, (10, cf mnjo iiunihor nixtecn.
lit. ; id Ui.io. Curt p;inj V 1'nrch.iso and furtli
cr ilecr:liL"l fWxnt'. lli-irininu Klovon chain
Kil l vn!y linkn wi-sl ofth'-nnrth ca-t quar-tt-r
el fuid Mvtiiin niiinlii'r thinr-to. ( -)
CicM'io niri . rty i"' vliiiiii? and twenty-tlvu,
liulu ilutice cHt thirty two cli.iiii!" aid nine
ty linkx, tliuitct n-rtli t'.rty-iniu clmlli and
'.A'li'y fivi-, lih!;i, tlioiK-K eiit thirty tA'O
c' .iii' und M-vi'iity link- t" thu id.n'O nf lJu'iu
ii:.' iitiiihiiiji'iio li'i'idred un I thirty fivt uorc
I) 'h r i inn Mf re r Ii'mh.
'I'nl; -n :i the I'Mi orly i fKtvin K. Mnwd to
m'o 'y i'i 'litnniiit in luvor of l.u'.lier l'ru't.
A'"Ai , i,'l hnii-Thouand .1 ! la'r h . (. a0'0
ami n ii-t hrinj! ? il i- l "t tlmi ni'ii
'1 Kl; M S of Miii.caih in hu'iil.
J. J . .1 il'X'IIKY.
April - Sliff, V.Co. O.
1 H'U P O I) V PC'"
oA UIJJj! jOv AIi-MjO")
m NINTH NATIONAL BANK
OF TIIK CITV OK SEW Yi'BlC.
AI'lTAL, $1000000. VAlli l,
I'lSCAti Atlt.NT OT THIS 1,'XITKI)
.STATUS.
Ami (j-j.ciAi, Ai'tMT rni .T,w Ci.oke,
Tins AOfcM,
Pd BtP-
ivi-r T-c0 Notca Free of ehnr.'ji, hy ox-
.,jvm M ri-it,. on .Ww Y.-rli, I'l.ihi n-(-
phni.'niid l'"'oii. urreti' 'lilN. un I u'l ft '
j'cr ' 0:i'. iotort ieU", wi f.li iii'rcst t.i durn
of Mibx'rii'ti'.'ii. Ord jr. no nl y mini will be
pr.'in -.'. liih'd
Thii- ti.H.k ri-c-iivi' the acenn' of Jinnlc"
'and l!.inl;i'r on 'ii'.-iriiile t.!rnl; ii!s of in.li
, u... kooi'i I.' Nj v Y-i.-lt u'.'J ' i I
.1. T. IIII.I.. C-i-h'r. J. N. o:tVI3 IWt.
ni ir li '""i- A ""
1MB WMO
31 a nu fa c l ii re? .
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
Waiuia.ms AnWorK
Keeps constantly on hand m:d wil
sell at tho lowest prices, Saddles, Rri
dies and Harness of every description
and warrants his work fur two years.
Call and txinnine. let door wut o
tho Cciirt House.
Dec. 22, ISOl-Otno.
A COXIE'Vl.l. A.ISAUIVUf R 31'IJ
CONDEE ft ISAMINGER-
PHYSICIANS AmD SURGEO K
McArllinr, Olii,
V ill nttemi prmnplly uml carpfullv to
tlie prac.ice of their profession in all iu
hrancliP'.
KT SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
SI.'RGEUV.fl
an. 5tli, 1865. t!.
PL! PITH HOUSE
1-01:1 SMOUTII, OHIO
-BY
GHARLES HIGGSNS.
This House Irim'.s on the Sti-am Boat
anding.anJ near lh Khllroad Depot. No
piiins will besparad for the accoinail ation
in Guest. t
iesl. ,ISflu,-lrr.
Stale nOAio, V inton
Common rieat:
Sarah K. Johnson, Plaintiff. 1
Divoroa
nd Ali-
V8.
J
Plchard A. Juhnson. Dcf-tndart. 1 monr.
Kichard A. Jobuaon, of Nevark, n ths coon
tjr ut Licking, and Stale of Ohio, wilt tk
notice thai Sarab R. Johnnon did on the 8th
day of March, A. 1). U6i, file hor petition in
the ClerkV otlloo of thal'oarl cf Common llaa
fr Vinton couu'y, oiiaritinff him, tbd aaid
Kioliard A. Johjon, with extreme crnelty and
gri neirleot of duty, und praying that the
nid SarMh K. Johnsun may bo divorced from
the iiuid Kichard A. Johnw n, and 'r Alimony
und tiie cuotody ,if llioir child. Klii.ih K.Jcliu-
f"n; which taid petition will be fur heaiinfr at
toe uext term 01 mk1 l ourt or Common l lins
SAKAIl K. JOHNSi N.
By COV'TABM! SlIIVtL III' l W'l'jH.
march S, 't5 Sw.
Wheeler Si Wilson's
SEWING MACHINES
THE it C S T I IV US E,
PRINCIPAL OFFICE,
n't. 77 FOURTH ST11EET
(pikk'b OFICltA HOUSE
Cincinnati, Ohio.
A warded
the First
Prcminm
AT TUB
WORLD'S FAIR!
JUST HELD AT LONDON,
Over the Coiiiuliieit Competition of En-
rope and America,
at the UNITED STATES FAIRS
Of 1S, 1859; mill lCO;
And the Cincl ii mitl Mechnnlfa Institute,
FOR FOUR SUCCESSIVE YEARS,
we have taken tho Finer Prkxioh, ever all
competition!, ns the
llcsi Family sewing Ma
chine.
TT AVINU MADF., for over seven ynara, the
II nioni. popular Family Sitwinjr Machines In
tliocoui.try, rnd now oiiiplnyinir t.i)(H).0O0 in ,
tnuir MiinieH, nun nuiKmir i"u Aiaontnea pur
duy. they Hro prupaii'i'.. with anch extrtti nlina
rj fiu'iliricN mid i xjrii nic. to Kiiaraiitoo to t no
p.irchnwr ifiiire mti-fiiction. Allonr Sfuc
iiiiieuro mudc equal ly well, aud are
WARRANTED THREE YEARS,
READ TIIE FALLOWING TESTIMONIALS:
Aa all partio" niannfucttirinjr Sewing Ma
chines are obiig.'d to pay Mr. Howo a fee for
each Sewing .Machines sold, and are alio coiu-
pi'llcd In iniike quarterly returns to him, atat- '
tng, iiniicr oatl), the number sold, nia dookh
ifivo imrreet. stiiteim iit of the actual number
of Mavbines anld liy the different manfaoturers.
Fn'in thii relii..i1cvniiri'i) wo have nhtained the
following reliuhle Miilistjcii. ahuwinir the num
her of Seivlntf Machi'ics dNposed of durina the
hint year reported. The priticip 1 oompuiiica
imiliinir them hm '.Vhi'. ler 4 Wilson, I.M
int:rr A ';n.. Hud (Irover 4 linker. Ofthe
M:icl iiiH-o'd tltcfe wnioiTild
Hy WIIKKLKK . WILSON 21.305
Uv I.M. Sintfur it- C'o., 10.y.".3
lly liruver A; Hotter. 10,280
Shim-'.inr the sales nf Wieolnr Wilaon to ho
dou'ilo if any other conipeiiy. N. Y. 'herver.
We have piir.""nHl!y examined the varimis
M ti'hini: Iietnre the pnlilic. withnn anxious
defini t" place heforii our readeia reliable infor
nuiti'in. As tlx m-nltof Mi. h exuminatlen.we
unhesitatingly reenniiM ri.l Whrelor Wilsiin':
Sew I re Machi'ies astho Mnohine for family u?e.
Western Cnrl-man Advucate.
My little ilnr ir'ncr, of nine years tnltcsnn
Maeiiines Wl "ler a Wilson's sport, oil i
it, und puts it in place easily and reudly fijmta
its parts, und performs with it nil ordinary
cirk. iSlie can malto h'-rnwn dresses, includ
ing hcmminir. ifat lieri j u and settlor in the
sleeves. Kuiir .mnlh' use in my family has
made it a necessity and n Inxnry.
Kev.C. B. TiOTNTOV.
Wo me tio Wheeler Tilson Sewine Ma
chine, and enn suy In reaiir i to It that it is with
out a ri vul. N other Maeh PO exceeds it in Its
iidap'.aiinn In all jmr j- sjs of domestic use.
Scientific American.
JVf Send for a circular containing specimens
ot sen'iny. ti.'s'iinindel, prici. etc.
WII.I.I AM SUMNER ii.
June 30, ' fit- 1 77 west Funrthsi. Cincinnati
It. A. Si T knt.it.
AMornry :tt J.:ir,
''l-j"i Ajnn-s,
i'ev ini r.
Real I's'aro Agents and Con-
!Wrlrlhr, Vinton Co. 0.
Oflico on !Wuln'Str..c. t wo donrs tnt
of. K. I) Dnils'a More.
Will attend promptly ?n all tirienil
to tlieir care, in the 7'iitics ofV Iiul. J
sen, Pi lie nnd Scioto.
January 19th IMS tf,
S1LEOFWGVL ESTATE.
15Y ORDER OF PROB TE COURT.
Slate of Ohio Vinton County.
IX pnrsunncii ofan order grinted r th e
Pnihato Ci'iirt of Vinton eonn'y, Ohio. I
w ill off'r for sale at public auction on
Saturday the 22, dayofSpril 188.1
.l Eleven o'clock, forn nn, npon tno premise
thj follnwiiijdtwrihel Rnul estate, silnated in
the county of Vinton and State of Ohio; to-wit:
In lot number one hundred and -ixtv one 1 K I.)
in the lov n of MoArOmr. County of Vinton.
Stu'o of Ohio, aa dci-iiniated and nnmbere'' on
tho roccrded Plut ol said Town ofMcArthnr.
Apr.raiscd ntFive hundred and ciirhtj.tb.ree
dollars. ( i.iSH. 8
TKKMS of salo. One third in hand, one third
in 8ve month, undone third Id cno year and
five months from dav of sr.le. with Interest on
defered pay menta, vaid payments to be aecured
ny mortgage upoc the premises sold.
MAE? r'dLUNP,
Mar. 23, 13; 4w administratrix of Lorn
li rd Holland deceased.
NOTICE.
TO the erodltnri of Darina Ferrel, deceased
on the i 5tli dy of Marep in the year !8Si
the frobate U'Urt of Vinton Cootty, Ohio
declared the estate or Darius Ferrel, deceased
to le qrcbably insolvent; oreditora ere there
fore required to preaent their claims apaioal
the Mte to the nndH?nd fir allowance,
within the net' three month from the time
nbove mentioned r (hey will not be entitled to
nment. JUBHUA WOOD.
Mtr 3) 3- tdru'r of Iria Ferret Jeo
mmm.wm im
'HCJLBERTS CORNER.
S5r. A.
j
Having iiurcliHsed the ltrc tf
and B'lilud a new and conipletU
;ue lowest pne ol l it
DRHGS,
PA1XTS.
i YE
STIFF
IIAIR, PAINT, WASH.
FINE 185G
WINES AF1D HQUCRS
of all descriptions for Medical pnrposea
lJUTTY.
GLASS.
INKS.
LAMPS.
WHITE LEAD.
CIGARS.
TOUACCO
SNUFF
and everything else in the DRUG
We buy and
ONLY
Competent Physcmns and Dm
of accurate compounding of all Medicines or Preecriptkiis, day or
night. Give ns a call and we warrant eatisfact'on.
July 23tb 1861,-lyt.
tsblitl u u t (,f Dtdfe ir.d I'liil'n
p'y Ibnttii, would chII at'.u.tiou to
CHEMICALS.
AND CAMEL II A I r
BRANDY.
lino nt Cincinnati retail i'RI C
sell for CASH
ggist, will attend to the making
Dr A. CONDE.
Qretdit Ifdifil Ciralir
Km FubUihed !
I ra-rinMn-ta large
letter paM ror two
S (cut tamp.
rep
tors of the Natiuiial Disoonsary, Cstiibli.-lied
(.'ineinnati,0. Jan. 1, 18i'(), i.ure all privutodu
sfiiscawi'h unexampled rijihli y. Wceuara i
teu to euro Oonerrh loa, Oleet, Syphillia, lin
puteney, Nuetun.al Kmissimis, or Keinalu Cum
jlnint'. In ahortevrry pnsMhlo term and var
iety ol'SoxiiUr Disease. Cures rapid, thorough
and permanent, and tees moderute Send fur
aviruular-flftjcn hirtreSin. by 11 in. letter
pagea, nt varied, valuable and interesting mat
ter. Also, a circular intended for Liulio on y.
Many of our patients ns-ert. tiny have in".
money to Doctors in Eastern eitics and roo oiv
od no return.
Then why rot patronize home talent men
who know tho Western climate and ctlcct
speedy cures.
Dr. J oksou's Female Pills-.1 per box -scm!
for Circular. Special written Koplies. will seal
ed. sent with the Circular, without charge,
tlr.e of tho cheapest , most iiHrarstiug.it.diiu
portiint books published. S'l'i page. ltlU etn'ruv
illgs "The .Moiintriil of f, ght,, er Medioa Pro
tectnr and Marriage Oni.l and mi Kxplii i' Key to
Love and Ueauiy.,' It 8 TlsK AL' ft H. I.V
recals varimis subjects never hoo:e fnll ex
plained in any pupuiar worlt in aha KiiiriNh
liingtniga. Price 5n cunts aud una 3 cent -nam n,
or three for $1 and three 3 ei nr. stamps. Fully
dest rilied In Circular, which every young mar
should have, whether sick or well.
Medicine an instructions sent promptly to anv
part of the conn try . ('M.Milt 1 1 f ii'- u f t h.
bespensnrv- No 107 SjcamO'n strtut. '. O'
Box, No 43H.
DR. JACKSON' ORIENTAL "N1M KAT
Rotnovesall .'olduess, and re avinatea rjin
which have lain dnnnent for many years. It
will cure any cako of impctency .criate ard In
create the piissiooi. for nny reiipio'i'lile titui-.
Cm hcniaiiod wilhjiurfcctsHfoty. Price-per
finttio.
DR. JACKSON'S FRENcn PATENT MALE
SAFE.
It Is perfectly safe and uever fails to givo sati
faction. It isthe only aureand safe preventa
tive agulnst C'ltitrncting di-ruse ever invented.
Price fl each, S4 por half dozen, and 7 pei
Joten, sent bv mail.
i.'n.. i'riip"ie
SHERIFF SALE
State of Ofiio, Vinton Covnty.
Booth & Bralcy,
Against
Jeh Frazeo et.al
j ill
ritff
In Court o
Common Pleaa
On Vendi.
JJ from the Court of Common Pleas, of Vinton
County Ohio, I will offer fur aula at thu Door
ofthe 6JjurtIfcmse. on
Saturday tkt 22nd day of April 186V
At the hour of one o'clock P. M., of said day,
the following Real Estate to-wit: The east
half of the east half of In lots numbered re
spectively 'I hirty-threo. and Thirty-fon-. in
the Town of llamden, in sa,d Vinton county,
and State of Ohio, subject to the dower in
terest of Nancy Frazeo.
Taken as the' property of Johiel FraxM, ot al
hi hiors at law, to satisfy a judgment of a'ure
said o'oiirt, in favor of Booth Jk Braley
Appraised aa 'ollowa, to-wit:- Eart half of
the east half of In lot number thirty-three,
at two bun trod an twenty -flve dollars, and
the east half ofthe east nalfof In-lot number
thirty-four, at sixty-six dollar, and inus;
bring twn-thitda ot that. snm.
TERlfS nfi.sle, cash in hand.
H.o.lUantTon J. J. 8HO CKEY,
att'y for PlllT. Sbff. V. Co. O.
March S3, I8A5-S
Balls Ohio Mower
MARRIETA AND CINCINNAT.
RAILROAD.
MS
OX and aftar Monday, Oolohr31. 1P64, ami
u mill further notico, trains will run as fol
lows: MAIL GOING EAST,
Leave Clnciunati at 7:40 A. M.: Loaves Love
and. nt 9:53 A. M.; arrives at Chillicothe ut
Yl-.'i'i P.M.; Leaves Chillicothe at 12:5U P. M. :
leavea II am Jell Jnnctinn ai 2:l"i P. .M.; leave
MeArthur. at2r34 P. M.; leaves Z ileski, at 3 0
P. M., leaves Athena at 4:13 P. M. Arrive
it Marietta at 6:55 P. M.; arrives at Purkera
biirg at 7:0U P. M.
MAIL G0INO WEST.
Leaves Parkersburg, at 7:40 A. M.; leaven Mar
inrta at 7:45 A.M.; lea.-os Athena at 10:31 A
M.; loaves Zaloslti, 1 1 :4. A. M.: leaves McAr
tlinr. 11:18 P. M.; Hatoden .Inaction at Vi.iz
A. M. Arrives at Ohiilicothe at 1:53 P.M..
f,eavo I3hil lieotha at 2:1S P. M. loaves Lve
land at .:56 P. M.; arrives at Cincinnati at
Tim P.M.
Znh'skl Freight carying rassongers, passes
McAn.hur gning East at V:50 A.M.; goin,
Wet.a.a:94 I'. M.
The Aeceminiidation Train Leaves Chillicothe
ar 5:20 A. M.; arrives at Cineinnatti nt 10:25 A
M.;h'uvos Concinnati at 8:80 P.M.; arrives a.
i'. illieothe at8:50 1'. M.
C 'in ectiiitis aro mitdo at Lnvelnnd win
Trim- to and from e'olumbns; .tl at Hatndei
,1'itntinn with trains to and from PnrtHiuouti
lUU.N ULRAND, Stip't.
SUEUIFF'8 SALE.
MatrrOhiu, Fiiitfti Ouny.
K. 11. Slercor
against
Heiijnmln Oill
Pltli'
1 la Court of
ConiMini) l'len
Det't J eu Veiuli
i)CUSU.4NT to tho command of an order ot
Mile iu the abo7e oauaj to me directed f"om
the Court' of Common Pleas, of the ufnrsaid
County nf Vinton, 1 will offer at puMic sale at
the door ofthe Court 'louse, in tho town of
'A Acrthnr, in tho aloresa:d oiumty of Vinton on
Saturday tht 22nd duy of April 18C5,
At the hour ef one o'c eck, P.M., of said day
the following premises to-wit: The north end
of out lot number two. (2.) buing a strip off
the north end of said let, iibont one hundred
aud twenty feet widu.and all of tho snid lot ex
cept that part or parcel conveyed by Charles
Kuhtii'.'.aaad wife to tne Jlurnoto re . inciiiuau
Kill I Rn id Jomuanv. Also astrip off of'.lie west
of side out-lot uomher three.commencing at thu
line between lots numbers two and
three running theno ra t on tho north line
of lot number rhrne until it intersect thu
lino untune south from the muli west
corner ol In ll nuinnor fveivo, mince
south one hundred and twenty feut nnil
it inte etti (he eiat and wo it lino o ' that part
of out-lot number two, conveyed as ubovo.
thence west to thr sul I div'tsi m lino ctwl0ll
lots nn.nbiir two and three, and thence north
to the place of beginning, all of said lids and
partsof lots lying and being In Kjbhins addi
tion to the town of ilamdun Vintmi emint) O.
on which is situated a Foundry t giliur w:(!i
(he Engine and machinery belinging t Sail
foundry hnsinoss,
Taken as (ho prnpsr(y of Benjamin Dill to
satisfy a judgement of aforesaid Court, in fu
vor of F. fl. Mercer
Appraised as follows to-wi(: at the sum of
'hroe thousand four hundred dollars and must
bring two-thirds of that sum.
TERMofssla.cash inhand.
D. B, Shivill, J. J. SIIOCKEY
Alt. for Pltff. Shir. V.Co.O.
March 23thJ8d5-5w
1
Cnr Hl..ti! nnlc foil ni
1'Vi UK'Iln lUUit,. Villi III
OFFICE nJ We 8nri.M. -
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MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI.
RAILROAD.
. I'OilTSMOUTU liKANCH
ON and after Thursday, Febrnary 15,1''
rogula Passenger 'trains will run in coi.
nectlon with tha Trains on mnin Una hatwuir
Purtsmeuth and Cincinnati, aa ful'ons :
Leaves Purtamouth at f :H A. It., srrlvm t
l'lon-er, at 9:35A.M.; arrives at I'ot'lsnd at
lii:"tl A.M.. arrives ta Jackson at 1i:5Ta. V.;
arrive at llnindcn at M A.M.; arivee ai Cln 1
i!in all at S:55 P.M.J '
Lcavos Cincinnati at f :30 A.M.; !eve rjam
den at 3:00 P.M.; arrives at Jneksmi at M I'.
M.;arrivuaat Portland at 4:i P.M.; air,..
Pii.iiei.r at 4:60 P.M.; utrivo. Portsmou'h at
:10 P.M.
Acconinio.la'.ion Train ihparts from Pi r
motith at :4.'i P.M.; rriveat Pioneer at 4:
and dcliitrta itt l fvi; srrlvosat J.iehann ar. X;t4
and ila.'inl-n. i.l 7:-"0. Departs 9:40 .M r -r'vesat
Jackson at 7:3"; orrivea at l'I'tie. r5
!':3"; andarriveaat Pi.rtnion' hut 11:45.
Through Tickets to Cincinnati can "( obtain
s i at Piiiummith, Portland, and Jacltjon, at
the fdllow ii.g rules:
'Virtsinoiith to Cim-inna'd, MM
Portland ' do f 100
Ji'kiin "do 4 oo
ROUND TRIP TICKET3.
Prom Pert,mnnt.h tn Cincinnati and retnrn
sil (in Tickets fin m Portsmouth to Mrijt
and Parkersburg, J,C0.
J rrV DTRnND S
R. W.QUAPE, Assis'l Hup'l
FebuHh IHH-lyr.
a LT.mm
ii TO YOUNG MEN'.
Jrsr Peril t-iuniw a fs.i i h Pnrit t:,
Tai. a .v.x i khia.
A Li rtnri' nil tl,i' N.ilnip TrefltmeM-v. l
R idii ai nro of Sp'-rmnfirhn-a nr H' u
nul WV wn, ltiti'ii "i..rv F.niihsieiM, S
uu I Debility an I .imI liniieilimi-nlK to lilir
ri.ige hi'iumIIv. NprviiinfK. C.inninirv
linn Kpilt-pay, and H's; Menial ari'l Pht.
kui uu up it: i ry , rcsiiitiiifr Irom Ni If AauM
St-, iu K') f J. ' I I.VKRWKLI..M.D.
Author ol thu "Orrepn Rook.'' .
Tlie world u nnu nerf uuilmr. in this ad-
ininblf Lcrtiir.- clcirly iimvco from hie own
fxpi rifiios that a fnl I'nnseqtienrinof
oeii-.Ainist! iniy ne T;:timlly removed
without medli ine nd uithout dunurout
fii-",irnl oppra:iin hn grit.a, inru,nant,
ring, urrnriliiils, pninii-fjr ""t .'ureat onc
ct rtuin i.iid H'eiMi i bv nh'cli every 8tifTer
er, au mitt' r w' : hi co:i.ltt!'Hi maybe,
nnv ni'e hhinn1' r h.n(i -. p;ihtlev. and rail
crtlly. THIS Ll'Oi IT!'K 'VJLL PR VK
RODS TO r.U.UtiA,D 4DTH(JU3.
AMIS.
i . . .
ri'iu on"" a-' ii nn Mi.vs,
II A
plilu
Cl'lltS
g'Mor.l envt'i:v. o
"l" li,'spt i)f HIT
Or UV i n s. igi alsiiio
I'm ov aHdresini;
ivr.rR .KS
CM.-tS. .1.0. iiMNR ttCo
R nw-v .1 M Y'i'k P. () Rnx 1541
GOOD NEWS AT US'f!
Th Benrdklllng DR. BAPflAU h the bnt Ha
flioeMdi whta all olhttri haia (ailtd.
ALL WHO ARB IN TR0UEX.E,
All who ha?a been aururtunala, all whose fond hop
han been dliappuintfd, cnnliis), aud bliuKsl, all wrai
bare bea tQCil by hlae promise aad derail, all wha
bate been dsoeited and trifled with, all go le aim fur
adrloe and le gut atlrselua. 1
U makea your mbfurtnuea paaa away, he makes lh
lander and eurj uf jour eiirmlee Ml liannlea), and I
tulaliii jruar character and raiieclabllllr hi f lie or evil
report! awl minora. All aho are In doubt uf Ilia Hi-.-ttoniurtliiite
tliej loTteoniultlilm te rellive and stl(j
their roiuiin, and to Dad oat if tbelr bright aad aiis
bopr will la realized.
IN LOVE AFFAIRS nil NSVEIS
FAILS.
He has the seerel ef winning tbs allHctlnne af
oppuelte aei. U gut-lea Hie alngla to a tthi .
baiipy nurrlngn, and makes the married lispi'V.' o
aid and ad the has heea eollclled in luouiuaul.le b
unces, and tha mnlt naa always burn
A SPEEDY & HATF7 MARSXAGB
Ta make tilings own tnrs, he wfll show juu th IbV
Deea of
TOUR FUTURE HUSBAND OR X7TFT
Ha will tell jrm tbelr rlrcumataneej and their fnf w
BTuaprcti; and what le butter than all, bo can lell ft
their thoiucuta and what their ureal" Inti-nliens w
Vi bal U totter atill, he can lell yon If they will auk J i
bstipy.
lir. Raphsrl l, therrrore, a snra dependence.
To all in btieinrai bis advice la Invaluable. Ho ran firt .
toll, with the gieiileet certuliily, ihe renult nf all eoiti
iiii'irliil and businesa liausaottons aud rjwcnlatioiia. 14 1'
Rapha-1 lulerprete drvaius fur lottery uunibers aith it
Qllliiig aeeiii'v.
LOTTERY NUMBERS
ftvon wlthonl anjr extra cliargn.
MORE OOOO NEWS!!!
Dr. It ATII A KT. will east your lloreseopa nr irrl '
yeiu- nativity. Kvery man, thrnagh the length at
breadth of the bunt, who hna luid luck aud who ea
nut get on in tha world, hnuld lie In jkmnhbmIoii of hi
Uorimnipe, and gel llr. Itni ha. I'
Written Opinion or hii Fntnro Fro
pecta in Lifo.
It will guide liini to wealth, etnlnenre, and boon
Thoueanda of good men, who wern nnforlunato and nn
aaceeeeful In llieir buxiiieisi men who worked hard, aat '
who etriigglisl iwiiuat wliernlty aud misfortune Uil
greater part of their lives, and who funnel the ninre tl1
tried to gnt for snl hi the tiorld Ihe mure Milage went
againit theni: These iii.-n got Dr. Itiiphael's wrltleai
opininn nputi their liitnro pruepwU hi life. All tboui
who wisely followed Pr. Raphael' advice are now
RICH, HAPPY, AND SUCCESSFUL
In all their undertakings; ahile those who weru bllndtst
by prejudice and ignoniuce, tu-glectud hie aitvice are still
laboring agnlnet aiiversity wnl siierly.
lie assured
WEALTH, EMINENCE, AN3 CC?D
LUCK
sa within Iho rsarh of all. If you wish ta le rich nl
aappyyuu aill cousult blai also.
GOOD NEWS for ths AFFLICTED.
II has the gift, and can tell the afflicted the caw of
tbelr dlseaw and suffering, lie can alto tell whether
they can tie cured or not, lime isviug Ihe amicied IwUi
trouble and expenee.
Ooniiiltatli.nl daily, Sunday excepted. Offlc bonr
from 10 A. M. to 6. P. M.
All Interview ar strictly prlrsteind eonftdentbil.
Therefor w ay, gounul go all I aud consult
DR. RAPHAEL,
Tn Aatrologer of tho 19th Contnry,
Wo. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
Between 8ycamor Btreet and Broadway,
CXNCXNNATL
VW Psrsonsl interriews granted to Gentlemen nly,
AU buaiuesswitb
LADIES
U be dona by Utter,
! FAlUliANKb'
NtiiHliiri!
SCALES
M'nrithons e Tr n
L r e V c
FAIRBANKS ,'GREENLEAF & CO
52 ill on roe Slreet, TOLKIID.
tyUc careful tibjy onl) '.lit (Iwilr
"uno Jnd ISH4 I r-
FRESH CAN FRUIT,
V1
oerr; nnsw eai jost roceiveij ,,,,, fr
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