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- - . A. BRATfO.t, till fcUITOR
- bii p
nrn Hit on all role amcrioa
UoAI.TUUR, OHIO:
YllUIMDlY- - Mijr l. 1863
Macklcy on a Itaid.
n tha last Siiindirdvi learu that
' M jcklxt. and hi parti aro about
rogoouftraiJ, unngiug Democrats
OopprleaJi, &c. Wo will bet a big
?d pile that before nix tnootba lie
' nil! bo calling od his nrt to liaoi;
( P ..ai.innt - Wlin'l Inlrtt htta I
IJI V -
Democracy.
TnBJfov represent tho great
friucipot of prodrugs It ia onward
aaJ outward in its movements, it bos
. heart for action, and motive for a
. worM. It con.tilotes the principb
ef diffusion, and ia to Immunity wlmt
Iba centrifngal force is to tbu rivolv
Ira orba of a unimse. What motion
17
la to thorn, Democracy is to pritici
pie. It is tbo sou! of fiction. It con
forma to tlio uroviJenca of God. It
'.has conOJciico in man, and ftc abid
ia? reliance in hia bieU destiny. It
Jeks the largest liberty, tho greatest
good and the surest happiness.
" It -aims to build up the great inter
est of die many, to the least detriment
of tho tow. It remembers the past
without ueglticting tho prreeot. It
establishe s tlio prvsont without fear
Jog to provide Ibv tho fnture. It cares
jir the weak, whii'tf it permits- no in
'jnstica to tho strong . It conquers the
?tie oppressor, and prepared the sub
lct ot tyranny for iYedoin. It fa
fori enterprises that je.'lds a regard
to the many and industt y that is pur
mftnent. It adds wis Jon I to Jeeisla-
tioo and .improved jfidgtu-ent govern
uebt. It is the pioneer of buronnitj,
eocaervator of States and lationa.
It fails only when the peoplo cense to
'
rb troa to tliomselves. says
I'LOUGIl BOY.
NEWS IETMS—CLIPPINGS.
May 15th An official bulletin from
Secretary Stanton, announcing the
highly,, important intelligence Ih&t
Jef. Dav'u and h'n family and sU'.ff
bad been captared on Wednesday
morning last, tha 10th, aboat day
light, at Irwinville, in Irwin County.
Georgia. The brief dispatch from
Gen. Wilson, dato I Macon, Ga .Ma.j
12, states that on the date above nun
ed, Col. L'rifchark. commanding the
Fourth Michigan Cavalry, surprised
knd captured Jeff. Davis And famiiy.
with PusrmaBteGeneral Regan, and
others of his staff, at Irwinville, sev
tnty-five miles sontheast of Macou,
Georgia. The prisoners . would ar
rive at Majon on the hi ht of the
13th, and would ha forwarded under
strong guard, without delay, to vVash
ington. Gen. VViUon promises to
end further particulars of the capture
&o, at or.ee.
According to .the New York Her
aip$ Mexican jcorrespondent, tho Fed
eral troops in this country have given
great encouragement to the Juarez
party, who have lately gained eoijy
victories over trio Imperialists. Max
Imilian ia on a tour throtih the coun
try, in the direction of Vera Cruz.
Ex Sonator'Gwin hai returned to
Mexico, from France, with important
instructions, it is alleired, relative to
Napoleons schemes in Snn'ra.
General Halleck. it is said, called
on General Sherman to apologtzj for
hia language in the disputed to Mr.
Stanton, reflecting on Sherman, but
the latter retmed to see luui.
According to Ihe latest uhws frott
Tex is, the people there are deter in in
ed 'to continue the contest aad pro
long the war.
It was' piedi.cted in New York,
yesterday, that there would bo a tnr
ther ' decline invold, and that the
probabilities were tbat it would toneh
i There are extensive pmjiratlorm
being made in Washington for the
grand-review on the , x)ppoite side ot
tke :3 Potomac. ' General ShermanV
arosy marched '-tluongh the streets nf
Fredficksburg yesterday, and the Ar
riy bl the Potomac -is fle&riog their
sCii-jet-:nmxt3J2;
Tha reporters of tho daily preei
have been admittod to the trial of the
MSHiisinatioii con?pirattra.
0ing to disturbances between tho
whites and blacks at L'vnelihiiro-
I Crook's cavalry has oua thitli.r to
oppress tho a me and rvtro quiet.
f hero are movements on luut n
mong Homo Itepubl.ean lawyers in
New York City to express tlaopin
ion bf judges and members ot the bar
nion the uttempted overthrow of the
civil, and its subversion to military
law.
The ronton) botwr-on nnnmla
Sherman aud llalleck Is said to be
permanent.
Wllil.1 il. nil.ml..l
uuueral Sherman wrote a letter to
.. "..w ... miiuiuimaiij-
Ueneral lldlloefc, saying that in tho
luinre ail intercourse between them
was forever at an end.
Ou Aloud ly, Jndga Bond, of Dtdti
more, charged the the Grend Jury
that porsoa sitting in Military Cow
roiasnuia for the trial of citiz ns of
dry land, not conuected with tho ar
my or navy, are liable to indictment.
ilia 1 resident has perlornied a com
me.'idable and praise worthy action in
suspending tin execution of Messrs.
uowles and Aliiluun. lid lias coin
muted lho auiijunuo of li trsey from
death to imurUonmont tor lite.
Ohio Laws.
vMiLtr. T in a t
remiuds ui ot
whit ft cotempoarv
gives a an nro'nn's Uiit cj;u.oiitiou
m
on Moonlight, as follows;
Twas a calm siill nilit. thi nioon's
pale liht shown soft o'er hill and
dale. Not a -brol'Zi stirred; not a
dog stirred; not a Monn btirre I, not a
man stirred; not a owl stirred; not a
hog stirred, not a cow stirred; not a
sheep stirred; not a cat stirred; nor
even a goose etureJ;
ldore the teuchtr interrupted with
the observation that the itomp isitiun
ppeared to lum to rolve miru to a
riuulture than moonlight.
Pdh-twl VViut lm mij-ilig'it to d
ith it, as our cotiin;vury oro;iiou?ly
auggist, or Agricniture as the toaah-
er interpjsos. Inetuy wh evident
y protrayinga Sicirely m lonlight; af
tor the taking e(f scl of this wonderful
act, the prod u ct of the combined intil
ectml pwors ot" tlu w "!ly p h-'.i i
of tho lust legislature. It will bj seen
mt a military noojiii.'y exists for
some permits, ana our ia.v ruikoa bud
stitutd tho uoinm ssionors and tlu
frustees, lor I'.-ovo M irsh lis.
AN AUC. Sao. 1 Bi t QnvitiJ
by ihe Central kssvnbly of thi
blale ff.Ouo., 1 tk ut it shall be unlaw
lul for aHy person or persons, being
the owner, or having tbo cliire of
auy hots s, mules, ciitlo, sluop, gata
swine, or g-ei', tsuff i t!u stme to
run at large in an public ro.ii or
ighwav, or m any etreet, la'ie or al
ley, or upon any duincioioa l:ini in
the State of O.uo, or caujj such ani
nals to be bordod, kept, or detailed
for thft nnr'.iiiSi! ut' iTiizin tlm n.im.i
.... , , n n
UU .1.1J1BV Vlll'.l ...M. I.''UW V..IIVJ'.
or occupied by the owner or keeper
of such animals, txeept m huroiu ttter
provided; r.nd uny peravn vio'atiug
the pruvijioDS ol this act, shall torties
and pay for every such violation, at
penalty therefor, not less than one
dollar, nor more thun do dll;in;
aiiitinired violation, aftjr njticioj
prosecution. )it 1 b J hold to hj an ad
ditional od'jme for eaj'i an! every
day of such coir.iuuanco.
Seo. 2. Tint general permission
may be grained by the com ni$iooer.s
of any county, lor any animal uam.i l
in the first section of tins aut, to run
at latye in tl'e.ir respect! vj counties,
and in couutios where there is iu gen
eral perttiiasioii. ' township trustees
liiuj grant special permits, and such
permission, whether gj.ieral or Hpoc
i.il, shall tonn aAio mi t'u li st M ni
jy of Marcii ia oacli and every
year; an laudi spju'a! permits shall
tie revjkab'o, al the discretion of the
township trustees, upon tlir-ae days'
notice in writting t tlu owner of
inch animal, and such special per
mits shall be directed ti inoivMii Ha.
and for particular ationils d.'4CiiJel
therein.
Seo. 3. That all enits to recover
tlie pen lilies provided tor in this ae
shall be brought in tho name f the
Stato ol Ohio, m compl.iinl ol any
person leolini aj;gvieved bet re atiy
justico ot tlio pcauu, or other ciurt
tiavin juris lictioii, wIk.to thu oIT-iidu
ia cuiumitttd, ami the purty DH'omJin
almll, on cuiivictiaii u' thu uiiioiiiit
n iitjualtii-d iftj i Jd.l, with c .a's.
All uiu.iL-ya collected o ..jualtiea, ly
virtuu ut tlim act, ail;lll lid puid IDtu
thu ticbsury oi tlio tuwuelnu were
the ufiViisu wu3 C'in:iiit;eil, lor tho
add ot Ciunmoii Muhiiulti tliurcio,
iSEO. i. 1 hat n proaocution
elmll in coiuinf.ncoJ to rut-ovor tho
uenaltics uatuoil i;i the firet seution
of thin act, until ut least ocu d iy'd no
tice shall have betnivun to thd own
er or 4k-uou . liavi.ig haru of such
aniiual,, aaxliu cae nuy be, anil it
aiia.l bu fiidlijiujit dcfciiee to such
iirosHfiition. tu show that stiuh nni-
Was at largo without the knowleoy
ot bqcq owner or keepur. aoa with-
!
; .4. J t
a
-jcj m-& 1
uiiiiRuia niuutiuueu hi mis act
ot
hi.
Seo.
5.
That tho
own.T, or any
same 10 run at larg-i in f ioIhuou ol
tliU act, sinkll bo lub'e tor damages
dune ny sui.l aiiini&H u(kii the urem
Idea of another, without reference to
tho tenuo which may incloja said
premises, provided that nothing in
inis act snaa oe so construed as to
render any owner, or keeper ol any
oi the animms mentioned in the first
st ctiu ol this set, liable for damages
arum.; 10 any ntiiroj,
Sim. f. That any nnraon flnitln
!...!. I . ..
at mrgo, contrary to us provisions,
may, and any constable or marshal ol
any city or incorporated vil agt on
! ... :..e ....... . l -i . i
View t'l IUUTIU41IUII BII It I ISKtt up
I it- . .1 . r .1 . .
Him conu.ie uie same lonuwitii, gjy
iri nonce merooi to mo owner, il
known, and if not kuown, by posting
notices describing mcli Animals there
in at least throe public places within
the township, and if the owner does
not appear and claim his property.
and pay all charges for taking f up,
advertising una keeping the same,
within ten days from the date of said
uoiices the said aniuia s may be wu.
ceuded with under the law then in
force regulating estrays; i
Sko. 7
that the person or c LTi
rf.i lol; Iriif iir u ri vr anali dii!...nl.i
" 'S V ' -', linn
bo entitled to charge and receive from
the owner ot sucu animals the folio-
in? tees in Addition to ihose authm
izjd by the law regulating estrays, (
wit.
P,. .,l.: n .... ( .i .: . i
i ui lamu .iu nun on vvrueiiii' eacn
animal of the horse kind, or mule.
onedo.Iar; each head of neat cattle,
seventy-five cents: each swine, n'lh
cents; each sheep or g"0se, twentt-
hva cunts: and amo reasonable pa
lor keeping the same.
6 eo. 8. That the plural nnmbur
used in this net, nMiung the animals
to be prohibited from running at larg
and the woids ''Htiimals," wherever
used herein, slial'i he understood ana
held to apply as well in the singular
as plural number, aud tha woids "nui
son ami "persons,' shall apply h-
. . '
both natural and artificial persons.
Seo. D. This act shall tako effeui
and be in force Irom and alter the
hrst of next
out I'llllt
JOHN JOHNSTON,
Speaker of the House of Rep's.
Speaker of the House of Rep's. S. HUMPHREVILLF,
President pro tem. of the Senate.
April 13, 1865.
Cheap Light. A London Lamp
matiulactnrer claims to have invented
lamo which will burn iniiL'tieuuiii
wire. By burning a strip of z ncin'
conjunction with two strips ot mague
siii.ii, ho is able to redoes tliv cat ol
tlu liht two-thirds, lis predicts
tuai ui uie course or unu it win ot-
possib'e to illuminate a streit a mile
long at the rato of half ponny an h mr
The people who are oayiug three do'
lars a thousand !or gas will lik.i to see
Mr. Graut'd prediction speedily real
PHILADELPHIA FA.
rVSEASBSOFTHE NRKVOUS. SE
J MINAL, URINARY ANDSEXU1L
SYSTEMS new airl relinb'e treatment
in teoorts ol the HOWARDS 4SS0CIA
TION Sent by mail in e tletl letter enve
liiS ftf of rhnrffft AJ.lre. Dr. J, SKIL
LIN HOUGH I ON, Howard A'snr iation
No. 2 South Ninth etreet. PliilwnVpii Pa
HIIIS!IRS UIIISULUS
Di yon w.mt Whiiltom or MoiiftachcH? Our
GMiHii.Ooniponud will force them to ero-v on
he jun.voi.hosi 1'ac t or chin, or hnir t.n bnld heudf
in Six Weeks. Pike 1.00. Sent by mail an;
where, elosulv aenh-d. un recein" of price.
Ad.lr;.M, WARNER &C0., Box 133,
Bruuklyn, N. Y.
Feb. 16. '65 Ijs
T) rilK fKP.VOUS DEBll.t TATE AND
1 DKSPONBNT i'K BO I'll SEXKS. A great
(it'X ror huviinf been r.wtured to health In a few
dii)s, after many yeur.i Ol misery, in willing tc
his KUiroritit! ft-ll.iw-oroaturea by somli!.
(free), on the receipt of a postpaid i.ildrenfecl eu
velope. a copy of the I'orraulo of euro employed
Diroc
JOIINM.DAGNELLB(Xl83 P.O.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
I
'HE
CONFESS OS"8 AND EXPERIENCE
Of AN INVALID.
Publih..t f..r the benefit, and as a CAU
TIi IN TO YOU tfi M KN and others wlm snf
fer frin Neivous Debility, Prematuie Docay
of Manhood, &o., vnpplying at the name t:me
Tub Maaifa or Sklf Cork. By. me who hm.
n.l'A.l hilllNllir nftnp IllldArffAllift M. n.lA.-l.l.
onitkery. Uy enchwinj a postpaid ad.lreeaed
envelope aitule coj.iea may be
lay ba had of the au-
thor
HATHA MEL MAYFA1R, Kaqr"
Broo tlyn, Kinga Co. N. Y.
Juno3nd 193-ljr.
V CARD TO INVALIDS,
A Clergyman wlvle ro-idintr in South Amer
ica aa a mitiHionary. discovered a safe and aim
pie rome.ly for the Cure of Nf rvous Weakness,
Early Decay, DisnaiJs of the Urinary and
Seminal Organs, and the whole train ofdia.ir
dors brouhtPuby baneful and vicious habits.
Great ncmboi have been already cured by this
nohlo rotno.ly. Promyted by a desire to bone
fit ha ffllctod an 1 unfortunate, twill send
the roci,.e (if preparing and usin this muli
o'ne, in a scaled envelope, to any one who needs
it, Phee or Ciiarok.
Please inclose a poi-paid eerelopa, addroaa
ed to yourself.
Ad'lrea
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
8iATiem D. Bible Ilnota,
Mar. 18th 1865- lyr. New Ynk City.
FRESH CAN FRUIT,
p'g... TX
,Bi at the Dn.Stom of ,
. . . . ' tr C0XD-2J. .
.0 j . . .. . ,
at
in
jUPoBTANf FlNgAUr ANNODXCliMENT
I
. CF NW YORK,
Btftt iinouii(W tho oomj.loiluD, for ImtneJite
uunvsr k mooritH-r. of lia Hupcib
Sin I -Lin a Koirritvluir.
HSHIfiT0.HHECini.6AS.UIIT!
ON THE FIELO OF Tfl NTON.
i mm ina or iriuiu tiuinir. h i Hm ji.
. . f Bl J Ul.
J.FaED, R.a. A.,Bd R.ANDELL R A
ItiieodorMj at a work of Art by nont of
o'iiuiuu, uivii. mm vviutiuutjil DV nu (.Dioinn. una
JUIUUU.
. , -r
THE HON. EDWARD EVERETT.
"A vary lcaiug aud happily axecbted work
aa oirikH ol rare beuutv .
JCbVVAkU KVERETT.
LT. CE., YVIMFJLLD SCOTT.
"Cannot Im ooutnmDllJ will
ou iuv ui ary pabliu ud privaia vinnra."
WlAMbUi BL'Uia.
TIIEARCUOISUOl'UP Nk.W YORK.
' 'It ia IrnlteJ a beautiful c;eciiuoo of Art."
JOHN iicCLoaKLT.
1HLD K j lIIJiU H.
"I am dalurutttl with tlm v
full jumic to Ihi nubti Minuiicity aud diiruii
hieli im li.. .iu.r .k.. .... ... .1... . ; . ..a 'VI
i'.t..i ut luu I'luinra. '
UON.H'.M. H. SB AUD.
"Offur ID) convratulatlon. nt.on tlia nncrlnt-
"uv' luu, U.MUU UUUU tHO kUCvtM'
lul uxiKuiiuu ul Ilia wuik."
fllhSIDIiNT OF THE UNITED STATlS
0 Accept inyeouKratulmiun.npoatLae,,,,,,,!.
doof tint vry be'uiitui w0ik 1
A. LINCOLN.
HENRY W. LONOKhLLoW.
'Baaulifullv executed Atueus mv
wialioilur )our bniet.'
11. W. 1.0.NOFELLOW.
UAJOR OEE. SJIEUUAN, U.S. A.
"Fully merita the hib auoouium it haa re-
Jeivud.1'
Yin. i. oilr.uilAiN, iluj.Ueu.
Tbli mngnlflcont Line Engraving ia
TUB AiV ANAUL SERIES
uf firnt dJ on giat it ; ol AniertvaD Subjt-ctH.
iu i', ivn,u h veur an ui anu-li nihh
rigiul work, ana ol the Liglitt oidut ol
iuuruu,t the l"w price cf
Five Dollars
which incla loafree tdininxioQ to the duller j ol
wiuua nii'i niuua uua u iblereat iu
1'weuty ThouHMid Llollurs worth ol
1'uilltlllf,
ind other work of Art to be 1'UESrNTKD to
The Sabicrlberi for tbeCorieni Yiatt Eugraving
Neirotiatioua with iHtUiiiiUisli,-.! .ni.i.r .
rorka lor luture euM n0u. are now i.onili.,
ccunuit to the Subbcribjie. Eiitfmvin., ...
.-quul '
iinporlonce,Bi!auiy, Orleluality & Value
Copiee oftho '' n'.,M,ton r c.iuVij a Salutt
n tlHiwldqf TrentMt .' iu.iv lnui .ntt,
EvtittTT'a UuHtoi.; Uvtmu 1'ibmiuj a
Va, Bullimoie; Jamw 8 Eauli u, Sun
I Uiiudulphia, fuur de SuI.Mc.n, vvanhihUi
1 a it it. i r i .'it
Jo. UinciuBuiii I'aTTEf & Lkathk, b,. L-iuU:
.he Gi.ikryol luoiNATJo.NAL aht ASBocution
jSI and6&S Broaawuy Ke Vork. alo m lbs
iniiciial An Storua iu ev.ry lity in thu
juiiuiry. . i. I
Tha krigrnTilil will ba fnrar...is,i . '
lacked iu a alroiiir Uliu. Il tin it y.ia;.f nf V I W It
Uwi.UA KS, directed to th Actuury t the GuI
.uliu. u .k...... . . 1. . .. . ..... ...
J i r vt " ini, rout wince ftew
or, who U tho lucol Ageut ul thu Kuliunal Art
V33UCIUIIUQ.
... 0. J. BILLlNOIiUKSr.
ay i3-6St McArthurObio.
SADDLE"
HARNESS
MANUFACTORY.
Hi P. AMBROSE
IUcArtiiuii, Ohio.
KEEPS constantly on hand and rnanufaotara
to order, avory varioty and style of
LADIES AND GENTS SADDLES
winch for workmi.nship ai.d atotk will compare
with any giniilur work in Southern Ohio.
ALSO, lUrnc bir.crlo ana doi.hl t.
irom tlu uflinoitt tu th i 11 ieit mou t . I . iun
V;e.ry-Vrie,y of Rdi,1f 1Jri,lc" "altera.
Al I of which will be nuld at tho lowest cn.li (!
urea Call and eximina itock on hn.,.l
Muy 14 165.-2 mo.
NOTICE.
Alexander Vandsrford. O. irrl,.n t r.,v
VY. and Nancy Ann Graves.
lieirni.l William Graven Ut nl vi,,fn 7..
dcceutied, ha filed hia account fn. ! -. ..;. '
and aottlement.and that the same will bo jaia
ed upon on the 17th day of June 1
865,
lUUUAKD CKAIO.
May !SthlS5-Jw Probate Ju,lJB.
NOTICE. INTERNAL REVENUE
Notice to Tax Payers.
ASSESSOR'S OFFICE INTERAL REVENUE,
ELEVENTH DISTRICT, OHIO,
PORTSMOUTH, SCIOTO CO. May 8, 1865.
V0TICE ' 1,9r0D7 Kia" that the liats of all
-' '"08ni nw nn lei tho Internal Rave-
one laws 01 the United State, made and taken
wi;.uunie .ounoi vinion, and the Eleventh
lolicotion District of Ohio, will be deponitod
theofflee ol'Uonry Pavne atttiatant assesaor,
the Town of MoArhur, County afjreaaid,
ana tnere ieit open fur examination from the
iik no oiij or une 10 tue tenth day cf June
inclusive, A.u., 1884. On the 13ih and 14h
uaja 01 June, appoals will be received aud de
termined hy the atweMor of aid distriat, rela-
uve to eroneoua or excessive aewment, made
aua returuej to liirn by tie asaisUnt aaaosior in
and for (aid county. All anneals.
most be made in writing and moat apecify the
particular, came, matter or thing", rpeoticg
which deciaiou la required.
UXULi. ct AKHND,
May 11, 1385-3W A't Uth DtatrietO
TAX NOTICE.
rHEUx payewof Vinton County, arehereT)y
notiSdd that the Tax Duplicate for the Uat
kairyea'a taxei or tbs year 1864, have ,een
pMced ia my handifar oollooiion. Upon all
laxea not paid or. or before Juris iOto 1865. tbo
law impoaaa a peaalty of fire percent. I will
be in attendance at tha Treasurers ot&ca in llo
Artbuf un till that data, to receive tha same.
UENST REYNOLDS,
. . ' Treaanrar V.Ob.,0,
FAMILY GliOCEUy
i . aSD
PEO VISION STORE,
J. W. CitDWlLt. 0
A rSANCt.
J. W. CALDWELL k CO.,
(Oki Dooa East ofths Covst Hoesi)
MC4UTIIUK) OHIO,
Kerpi on hand, and for tale, Family Groce
ries uf all kind.-, an I oe.it aualili.D AUo.
Supar Cured Hams Men Pork. Dried ft'
aud oihei articles in tlu Froviaiea iia.' .
Icc-Crcani Saloon
We are fiitinaup.au Icc-Cream Saloon.la
couneclioii wiili our Giocrry, where Lid a'
dav and eveu.n ." - n' .'
mi uciiiictfiru cau ue an iiniiHfi iiiititu tha
' , . . w i . t r vli
liberal ICIUia.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
A larg quantity of Ice op haml, ami for
sale, bfivtern six and emhl oVlock evrry
morning untill further autiee.
AS WE DO A 'CASH BUSINESS et
cluaivelv, ami kepp no atvouiva. it n hup-d
our liien.io will uot ask for (Mat, for, how-
efr (lifnirreeiole it ittuv bo to na mi I to
ihem. we will be i-o.npclled to redne. Our
1.1 ril If V D .).. . ...t
. ...... .. . 'V I U . , D9 ,ii. m i int.- til-
tea can ue ontaineu in tnH murm-i. ' nd we
lliereforffonAJentlv aolicit the Dalro,ia e ot
the public
COUNTRY PRODUCE taXeu i.i -
change fur 4Jro eriea
J W. tALUWELui C:
May 11th I3G5--ty
TAX NOTICE. MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
I'OUTd MOUTH 3;l.N0lI
ONandaflorThnradny, Ifebrnary IS, I-r.i
reKiila; Panne iitfer 1'raina mill run in m
i.eetion wilh tha Traion on initio ilia between
1 tirtttiiiuutli and Cincinnati. n fulltmtt :
lieaves F.TtBiiKiuth ut SOU A M
"""'' 7:oj..ji.; nr riven at Icirllm,,!
ut ... ... :.' -" t
lo:itu A.U., arrivus ta Jackson at Iu-st- t
trriveeat llumden at 1I:SU A.M.: uriva at Cin'?
ein attat5:55 P.M.:
Maveauuiuiunatiat 8:30 A.M.; leavr-H llum
ten nt 3:00 r.M.: arrive ut .1 ik ut n.n
M ; atrlveaat I't.nl.nH at 4:21 I' M j rriT"Hi
I loBfei -at 4:00 F.M.j arrive at I'ornniuqih t
:i0 P.M.
Ai'caiiiinotattnn
Truin Hrnnrtta frnm Pnei
mouth at :H5 P.M.; arrive-at Pioneer al 4 S
and dcKitrtl ut4:5i): .rr:.i.li,. ,n a. .
and ilatiMl'-D. kl 7:SO. Departa ft :40 . ,r
r.vesat Jaclmon at 7:3; arrives ut Pluieer at
H:J5; an.) arrive at PorUtnoothat 11 :4i.
rhroiii'h Tlcketn in ('.inxintiKjl i. .t...
ed at Purtj.in.,mh, Portland, ind Jackson, nt
me following retea:
ortKltintith to Cinrinn.'l . Haa
Periltind da J
Krurn I'l-rutnnntli to Ciiu'iiii.ati
4 00 Tkkettt fruin Partmiminh t,. M
and 1'arkemburg, f 3,1)0. .
Bl
Feb.ii;h 1411- lvr.
Pl'inxn run
THE GREAT INVENTION OF THE AGE
HOOP SKIRTS.
J. Vf. BRADLEY'S New Patent DUPLFX
ELLlPTKVrr dmiMo) SIM.'lN. PKIKT
WESTS' BRADLEY CaUY. Ut,. .1 I A-
.1 r vc.i wnt r uuuuiiii' i aik. ;
fTiarTiTBtVB or '
Ve ACTUUICUS, 97 Chan.bcre
Kjatle Sir. ft Su Y.rk.
wi.u nuu Ol
THIS INVENTION consists of PUPLK.Yfor
two) Elliptie Steel Siiriiifrs. ii.guuionslv Braid
ed Tightly and Ei rmlv lope' bur ecU" to e.lff t.
n Vog the 'oughest. inm-t nVitiblo Eltistic and
Durable Sprina ever used. They aehlom Hcnd
or Break like the 8ii.le Spring, and cni'0
quently Preserve limit Perfect and Bouulifnl
bape Twice bk Lung as m,y other Skirt.
The wonderful f i.kxidilitt mid Gre t Com
fort and i.lenstiri to any Lady weitrlnz the
Duplex Lllipic8kirt will he
nlarly iu ail Crowded Aciiildifs. (Ii.eraa,
Carnages, Kailmad Cars' Church IVws, Ann
Cliiirs. for Promenade and House Dro's. as fho
Skirt can be folded, when in uso. to cvtipy a
rmall place as easily as a Silk or Mnll, tir.;
A lady huving onj.iynl the ploa.ure. rmnturt
andgr at conveniunco r.(waiinir tho "Du .lex
c. 1. C..l r.. . c.i.i-. . .
ii r.iv o.c.i ujirnii ci.i.i ' lor a Kingio dny
will nevor afterwards willinirli H iHiii'i.m. miih
thoir use. For Children, Mishea, and Youdk
Ladioa, they are mi peri. .r to all othors.
They are the Kutt duall y In every part,
and Unquestionably tho Lightest. Mm-t Desiri-
"10, i-omioriable and economical Skirt evor
mads
k'l K (ALE in all First Clssa Stor.'a in this
City and throughout the Ilnititd Rt-t..
Canadaa, Havana de Cuba. Ifi.
America, and tho West Indies.
IXQUIR FOR Tn DtiPLSX ItLIPTIO IKIBT.
4.r"l20, 1865 I3w.
MANIK 0D!
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pointing out a mode of cure at once aim de,
certain, and effectual, by means ofwhi. h
etrry sufferer, no matter what hia condi
tion may be, may cure himself cheaply, pii.
vsiery ana rauicaiiy.
nrrThia lecture fchould be in th handa
l every youth and ee7 man Jit the i and
Kent under seal, to any address.
ill
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Dumber thirty aix, (;,) in Townnhip and
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puss upon an of my pomeesionfi from and
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ciittlu, ahiep or hoga to enter upon, any efroy
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large ab .ut mv premiatat contrary to law under
the ponaUy of the aame.
April :h 1885-gw ABRAHAM WILCEE
NOTICE.
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England, has filed hia acct.unta and Touchers
or iuspoe-ion and fl'ial -alllemant, and that the
inn will be fer bearing on (he 3"tn day cf
ay 1865. EICHAKO CRAIO.
Aill!7 1885-Jw. Probita Jndf
NOTICE.
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cents, VaXV1? P
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tats of Kphraim 5rokh .Id. lata nr vinim
Connty Ohio, deceased, haa nisi hir aosoiatt

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