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WHITE MEH SHALL Kl'LE AVfUICA
!.. MoAUTillI,jHIO :
June 15. 161
Half Shkrt. This Wkkk. Our ap
oloy is sourti y of he'p ami a ckneap.
Uost wo cm d ), hope 'to Jo botter in
tbtj- future, f j ' '
j pKBsiDUNr Jojinsdh, is making
tuns tar uonserv uivo rreaideut,hope
ho will oorithniu in the snmo trade.
Tliu littl icul a aru niter lit cn, but we
Mifvj ho is niur ro)C. His par
ty wants tlio ngroo ro 7uto mid Inter
marry with ' tlio' white Inteli. Andy
hske them no.
. .Uihk lJ--Gdiier!il Lo.n und otlicrt
5 ' n A vb bueu, iud:c:o J lur trcuaor. as
tioveriif.r Morton delivered liim
Bolt'ol a gp-jceh at Indianapolis yesti-r-iy,
and intiinatod that ho wan in la
vor of putting Maximilian out ol
.Mkico, and taking Mexico from
Franco and Caimda from Enarland'
and annexing both to the United
Tlieru Was a etrious riot in Wash
i'vr'toil yesterday, in Wbicli 150 to
I ') flo) lit,rweriingl,Ke(i . I'10 I'S'1
was ut'llio' Seventh ward, and' was
between colored citizens and white
suldiera, both miu revo'vers,
Tim relouHO of all rebel prisonm
Inn bocu ordered.
Hit by the President.
In his lato interview with the "No
firo I'leaehors'' in Wailiingtorj, tliu
Trepidont, among other things, eaid:
k,It wa known that was born und
luiaed in a slave State, and had owned
slaves; r' yet hi had never sold
i ' ion'oj'ftild they had all gone freo.
Tilery wus, a difference in reeponsi
Inlity - which persona residing in Blave
Statjjs.bad to take on tho subject ol
wmftocipiitlan from thost) who resided
nnt ol'tlioin. It was very easy for men
who lived beyond their borders to get
up sympathy, and talk about condition
of coloied persona, wben they knew
nothing about it. Their great sympa
tho was not K-ducod to practice.
, . Tho I'rusidvnt ia lately teported to
have said to a distinguished Senator
that much a hu hated a secessionist,
lis despised a fanatic worse.
I any body hurt, Dully for John-
Nigga up a gum stump,—
Nigga up a gum stump,— White man in de hollow.
. Tho Toledo (0.) Blade, tho leading
Republican organ in the north west-f-.oru
part of the State, ia u late artic
There u very little dlflerenco ol
opinion among the leading men of
'Northern (,'liio in regard to tho policy
of conferring tho ballot upou the col
ored ssldier ol tho country, and upon
al colored mon qualified to uao it in
telligently. We venturo to sav that
ilnetebUiB if nol n larger portion, of
the supporters-'of tho Administration
in this district, are firmly settled in
thu conviction that tho time for Ad
inioisteriug government in this coun
try with reference to castes, ha3 gone
by forever;, and that from, thin time on
uo testa of citizenship should bo rec
ognized except loyalty and persona
fitness. They will not -consent that
either nativity or color shall hence
forth dobar any man fron equality
'before tho law; and from this position
we co. not believe they can bo moved
They doi ire to see the bal
lot given to loyal blacks in tho South.
As President Johnson has decided
Ibat he cannot give the ballot to the
"loyat uiatKS" oi tue south as he
..I I 11.11 l . t n .
proposes to leave it to tho people of
the states, who most assuredly will
not, these remark of the Uiade are a
threat that the republican organize
4 tioo will be: used agaiuat him. If
the Blade thinks that tho people are
lor its ideas ot negro Biiflrage, why not
rnauo them a test in toe Kopnblicuu
Convontion bt Ohio on the 21it of
All liings from above are not bless
-inga, th parson said when a brick
from a chimney-top fell npon his tile
ana smashed it into a cocked hat.
s The President has ordered
L releaso ol' all civil Prisoners.
Notes of Third Series of
Notes of Third Series of 7-30s now ready.
The demand for tlu Spc.mil !?(;.;
f tho 7-30 Notes was bo greut that
iie -ireat-ury Utnartmont wa unit .la
print tnem with enfllcient rm.i,t;v
to fill the orders. It will be remem
bered that a hundred millions were
u' scribed and paid lor in a sinr-h.
ota. ihe M'-ntim' DrcRsea iavr ti
k- nil r"w
a!ly snrinounted the difliculty, and
n Wednesday. JnnaTih. llirt..i;.
l ies of the Third Series commenced
id will be continued with the
promptness that marked tho supply
ol the notes of thu first and second
series. It has been this interuption
of delivery at tho time of subscription
which has given an appearauce ot a
falling off in tho popular taking of
the loan,-- tho great body of small ta
Ict-ra being nu willing to pay their
money uuloes they receceivo their
notes right in baud, to carry them
home. It is expected that altjr this
week the daily subscriptions to the
Seven-Tnirties will run up into mil
lions, ai thoy MtiH undoubtedly beatitn
ulated by tho opening of the farm
ers' wool markets Eut an I Wet. It
it is not at kII likely that the Govern
incut will ever again nfl'jr so desira
ble a security as these notes, and
about two hundred millions only re
main to bo taken.
With tho close of the war tho na
tional expenses will bo vastly reduc
ed, and investors must look for a
sharp reduction in the rate of interest
asscon as tho present loans hpenma
duo, and can ba paid oS. There to -no
reason why the United Stutaa creAh
for money should ev.-r again fall be
low its credit for courairo. The ehitia
spirit that preserved the googrtphio
n inii-iiiy uu a par with that ot tue
most favored nations and thai will
represent a rato of interest under rath
or than over four par cent.
1 - i . ...
For the Democrat.
In a Bad Fix.
''Wliut is it voimc lad v to iln nli km
fallen maillv in lovo with a vou.is rnntin.
man who dues not know it nor reciprocate
ner passion. .
Tho nb'jve note wa rickeI un on
tho paretuont in McArthor the other
i mi i .
aay. ine oesc auvice we cau give
in a case of that kind Is to procure
my Introduction to the ceutloman
through some of voui friends who
are acquainted with him, and have
a personal interview, which will, no
doubt, orove much more lnlonnal
than any .notes dropped, liable to
meet tno eyes ot any pasicr by.
The War Against the President.
The iVationai Axi Sl&verj Stand
&rd. of Juno 31, under the head
lines ol the fatal Step, uses the folow
lowing langonge in relation to the
President's North Carolina Procla
l I f the President has really mado
up his mind to leavo the fate of the
negro in the hands of the whitos of
each Statu,' there in no hope either for
the nogro or the Union. But we re
fuse to believe that euch a scheme is
yet mature, and in order that it may
not bo, we summoned the IN or to. to
it duty. Everywhere let protest and
denunciation be heard. Lot the Ad
miuistration bo compelled at least to
hesitate and to gain time may bo
to save a nation, uoconstruction on
this theory is only in the gristle, nev
er let it harden into bone. ' Keep out
tho States this summer and tall.
Keep, them iu military poseasion till
Congress can meet, armed with the
iodigoatioif ot tho anti-slavery North
to chock aud control the suicidal
madness of the 'administration Keep
the bars dowu, lest when once up it
need another revolution to overstep
them, aud to give again to the fed
eral Government the power which it
now possesses to disregard aud over
mle State rights for the sake of the
It will be seen, by the above, what
the radical leaders are about to do in
their determination to resist the recon
struct ion policy of tho President.
i his is but one ot the manv indica
tioris that war has been declared
against tho Provident by the radicals.
Wo suppose it will rags furiously du
ring bis term. We aro inclined,
however, to think that nothing very
serious will bofall the President from
their hostility. On the coutrary. we
behevo it will ho greatly to the advan
tage of his administration.
Let the people ot tho North have an
other chaneo at the. poll, and they
will releivo Congress of seventy or
eighty of tho pestilential agitators
who now infest the national councils,
and break up the baneful influence
ibey Lave too Wng exercised.
Governor Brough to be Renominated.
The Ohio Statesman, which has
been abprehensive - that Governor
urough would not be renominated by
the Republican Convention that meets
at Columbus on the 21st instant, now
thinks there can be no doubt about
it, as the radical prres of the State
that favors negro surTiase. and which
has hitherto been silent, is rallying to
Gold sc Id yesterday in New York
at $1,42. .
Governor Brough to be Renominated. [...]
The f'j'lo'.vinj e htorui, w.. j, ..uu.;
Iroia Tin Lojisviile Democrat, loan os
uuuiu.g but Itie tru ill.
We should judge- from tho tone of a
part ol the Northern press that the
war i oot half over. They feel -now
mure ferocious thau ever. We are at
a los to ecu what they want with a
Union with a country thoy hate, and
with a people that al! Jescrved to be
hanged, Some of t!ie6u organs have
always boon diBunionUt, and some
hae just uov to show an unusual pa
tnotism to avoid suspicion, they hav
ing rather doubttul antecedent. In
short, thestay-at-lioma patriots take
pleasure in feeling mad, and feelicg
so a long time. There is no profit in
it, however; indeed, it is expensive.
Party animosities cost us this war
with all its sufferings and losses.
There is no telling what it may yet
cost. The brightest dam hv.
suddenly overcast with cloud, and the
clearest sunshine has been followed bv
It might as well be recollected
that our Governraeut has a task be
fore it now which physical force can't
accomplish. Quo half of the Union
can't be pinned to the other with t!.e
bayonet. We must have tho co oper
ation of Statos and people in tarmony
with the Fodoral Government, or we
shall baye, not tho best, but the worst
Government on earth. Tho etatus of
a whole raco of peoplo. numbering
three or four millions, is to be chan
ed. What clianco ia to be made dona
not appear. Orto system of labor ia to
be broken np, and we have now
quack schemes and tinkorincs which
only prove that their authors dont
know what thoy are about. Most
uoproinieing symtoins. Mere hato
and revenge and asinino rhoories are
substituted for wisdom and common
eenso. We are shown flotterinff via-
ions of pros
ataurigat a people
Ibe uiadj chronic
pd revenge, and
not soothed biiuBtTce and liboralitv.
vv tiere is the nrosuentv to coma from
amongst discontented "and disaffected
poople! What products profitable in
the South aro to oo expecced when
one system of labor is broken un and
untried experiments are put in their
place, with, a poople, too. utterly hos
tile to theBe experiments?
"Let not he that puttoth on his ar
mor boait himself ai hy that 'putteth
it off." There ia to much Vj ro. inst
now, and of t magnitude that would
have appalled our tnthere, who would
have appreciated it at its real size,
to allow any lime for boasting. We
navo destroyed a rooeilton; physical
power and resourocs ooiild do that;
but to restore a countrv'is another
mattnr that force will not accomplish.
p e M t o i i c c ,
DrSEASKSOFTHE NEKVOUS. SE
MINAL, URINARY AND SEXIML
SYSTEMS new and reliable treatment
in reports of the HOWARDS ASSOCIA
TION Sent by mail in sealed letter enve
lopes, free of charge Address, Dr. J, SKIL
LIN HOUGHTON, Howard Association,
No. 3 South Ninth strcpt. Philadelphia, Pa
Do yon wnut Whiskers ur MounUiclit? Our
(;roUn;Coinpoiuul will foroo thorn to grow on
ho moothot faoe or chin, or hair on bnid houdu
In 8ix Weeks. l'iisoJl.OO. Sent by mail any
where, closely oiiUd, ortyeceip' of price.
Address, WARNER & CO., Box 139,
Brooklyn, N. V
Feb. 16. 'f?5 ly,
A CARD TO INVALIDS,
A Clergyman while residing in SotUb, Amor
lu:v as a rnignionnry, disoovorod a sate und sim
ple remedy Iot the Cure of Nervous Weakness,
Early Douay, Disoiises of tho Urinary and
Seminal Organs, and the whole train ol'disor
dura brought on by baneful and vioion hati(..
Great ncmheis have bueu already cured by this
noble remedy, rromytod by a desire to bene
tit tho ".filleted and unfortunate, 1 will send
the recipe fjr preparing and iiiting this nudi
o'no, in a sealed envolope,to any one who noods
it, KutE or Chabob.
Plea.se inclose a posV-paid eevelope, address
ed to yourself.
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Station 0. Bible House,
Mar. th m- lyr. New York City.
Dr. TALBOT T'SlILL8
Composed of highly concentrated extrarcta
fioin roots and herbsf of tho highest medical
value, intallibie in the cure of all deceases
of the Liver orany derangement of the Di
gestive Organs, They remove all Impuri
ties ol tne mood, and ara unequaled in the
cure of Diarrhae, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Scro
fula, Biliousness, Liver Complant, Fevers,
Headache, Piles, Mercurial Deseases, Here
ditary Humors. Doss for adults, one pill in
the moiling children half a pill, From one
to three pills will cure ordinary cases, and
from one to three boxes will cure eny curea
ble case of na matter how long standing:
Price $1 00 per box, Trade supplied or sent
V MOTT TALBOTT M.D. Co
June 1st 1865 ly 62 Fulton St N Y
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPEBIENCE
X or ah mvAtiD.
Publisbed for the benefit, and as a CAU
TION TO YOUCJtf MEN and others, who suf
fer from Neivoos Debility, Premature Decav
of Manhood, &o.r supplying at the same time
Thi Means or 8nLr-Coag. By one who has
qured bimseir aner undergoing considerable
euakery. By enolrwing a postpaid addressed
cnvolope single eopies may be had of the au
thor. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Eqr
Brootlyn, Kings Oo. N.Y.
June 2nd 1863 lyr.
rpo THE I.EBVODS DEBILITATE AND
1 DESrONKNT OF BOTH SEXES. A great
saffarer having been restored to health in a few
days, after many years of misery, is willing to
assist hissulfering fellow-orestures by sendiqz
(fre),on the receipt of a postpaid Lddresredeij
vulopa. aci'py of the lor mule of cure employed
JOHN II. DAGNELL Box 133 P.O.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
; ;; SllEHiFF'iS SALE.
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
BuoeweU Ketherolf etal riuT) lo tlourtof
a u ,ugiV-t , Cora. Pleas on 1
Susannah lfelhcrolfetal DeftsJ Us order of sale
Nefleeie hereby (riven thit I will n"r fn i.
alpublto auction.. t tht door of the Court
the 22J day of July 1865,
at one o'clock P. M. of sild day, the following
real estate to wit: The eoutb east qu.r er of the
south west quarter of section iuiuber five.
.i0.!!n."i . p namJM1fcDof range number eighteen
also the umit K.irr . B .
j .i. .in uuhu wenquarur,
and the north half of the south west quarter of
section Dumber aitrht tn....i.:. i.' ... '
rajiffe number ;. ,i. , .
ountaining two Imudrel acros, noreorlex by
virtue m n ...i.. . . . '
lloasmanjforij County, made In a certain
petition fur Dart r nn u iio .l
eroir, Albert Stump and Siwannah Stump his
WITH. ftnH nliAd
Fetherp f and others, are defendants, issued by
till Wild Hnnrt nf llim... !! -i -i ,i
county of Vinton, and state of Ohio, and to
meriirftMAi! mm Bkn:flr i '
, , " in ui sam county.
Thft flrilt ftf I a llinir. A IL.l .
7 , ,ium.iniDu uacts eriand
Is apprlaeJ at two handre l dollars, thesooond
7.T" , sixty aoiiars, and third at
TERMS.CASH. sale In hand.
Weionr DANAjAUya. J. J, BHOCKEY,
for Plaimtr. Sheriff. V..O..O.
June I5thl3r5. im
"Eighteen years established In N.Y. City "
Only Infallible rcmedins known." '
"Free from Puiaons."
"Not dangerous to tho Human Family."
huts come out of their lilies to die."
,,Costar,'Rnts,Koich, &c Exter's.
I a paste used for Ruts,
Mice, Koachea, Black artd
Ked Anta, &c, &o., Ac.
"Costar's" Ded-Bng Extermimtor,
Ik a liquid or wah, used to
destroy, and also hs a pre
ventive for Bed-Bugs, Ac
CostnrV Ele cr lc Powder for Insects,
Is lor Moths, Mosquitoes,
Finns, Bed Bug!', Insects on
PlantK, Fowl-, Animals, Ac.
1ST Sold by all Drus'ihta and Rntnilnr.
t-if 1 1 ! BtwAiiK ! ! 1 of all wcrililesn Iml.
f-ST See that " C.istni's" name ia on each
Box, tattle, and Flask, befrre you miv.
IIH.MIY II. rostAR.
fVf PBlNcif At. DkPoT, 4SJ Hroadivny.N. Y.
hk" Sold by l)r. A. Cokdee, ami all Drug
gists and Dealers in Mc.Vrtliur, Ohio,
INCREASE OF RATS. Tl;e Farmer's Ga
zatto ( Englinh) isicrtsand proves by figures
that one pair of rats will have a progeny and
dewemliinta no lent than jl . M in three years
N 6w, unless this immense liiniily can he kept
down, they wo.ild consume more food than
wmi Id siistnin flfi.OCO li ii m ii n bein k.
ff" ic "(.'jstabV adveitisiiiei.t ia thi
RATS versus BIRDS. Whwvor en
gages in shooting small birli is a cruel
man, whoever aids in exterminati ng rats
isa benelactoi. VTe should like some of
our correspondents to give u? lh? benefit of
heir experience in driving out these pests
Welneed soinethinif besides does, cats an I
traps for this busincs. Ssdentfic Amirican ,
OiT See "Costaii's" advertisement in
COSTAR'S RAT EXTERMINATOR is
6impie, safe, and sure,--the most perfect
Rat-ificalion meeting we have ever attend
ed, hvery Kit thut can get it, properly
prepared according te directions will. eat
it, and every one that eats it will die. gen
erally at some place as far as possible from,
where the medicine was taken. -Lake Short
See "Costar's" advertisement in this,
Sold in McArthut Vinton Co., Ohio.
By Dr, A. CONDEK, and all Druggists
Jun 15th 1965, 5mo.
Ala Elegant lYovcliy m YVatcties,
The cases ol this watch are an entirely
new Invention composed of six different
metals combined, rolled together and bland
ished, producing an exact imitation of 18
carat gold, caUed Arcana, which will al
ways keep its color, They are as beautiful
as solid gold, and are 8 Horded at one-eight
the cost. The cafe is beautifully designed
with Panel and shield for name, with Pat
ent Push Pin, and engraved in the exact
style of the celebrated Gold Hunting Levers
and are really handsome and desirable, and
so exact an imitation of gold as to defy de
tection. The movement is manufactured'by
the well known St. Jimer Watch Company
atEurope, and an. superbly finished, having
engraved pallets, fai.cy carved bridges, ad
justing .regulator, withhold balance and
the improved jeweled action, with line dial
aud skeleton handsnd is warranted a good
These watches are of three different sizes
the iraallftt for Ladies, and are all Hunting
Cases - a case of six will be sent by mail or
Express for $125 00 a single one sent in
a. handsome Morocco Case fur 625; will
readily sell for three times their cost, We
are so'e agents for this watch in the United
States and none are genuine which do not
bear our Trade mark
G1RARD W. DKVAUGH & Co
Importers 15 Maiden Lane N Y
; June 865 4
For Blank Deeds. Cnllal
IS65 "T lsii.1
STRAYED Oil STOLEN. FROM THE
SUFSC KlBhR ,ON the 3Ut duy rfMar
last, a surrc! Mare, five years old, and about
fifteen hands high with a scar on the front
pan of Uie thigh of the near h.nd Irg. The
above reward -vill be paid to any pcrsou re
turning esid maie.U) iae.
f Zileskijuae 8. 18552iv
EAGLE FURNACE, OHIO,
June 5th 1865
D. W. C. FraZf-e lutvinsr nnrrlinu.l
the entire interest of O T-Gunning in the
ate inn off razee, (i.iiimnff Ar Ci tl
undersigned will continue the business of
manu ncii ruiB I iron inn r ina ti,m
name of Fraiee & Hamilton, and will t.n.
tie the business of the late firm:
JuneS, 1865 H.S. HAMILTON
DISOLUTION OF CO-PAaTNZRSHIP.
E.icle Furnace, Ohio, j
June 0th 1335.
The Co partnership lierelufure existi'ig lit
lwen the underrined under the firm name
of Fbazee, tiu.sNi.va 6c Co., U tlii day
diiiolved by mutual consent.
O T. GUNNING.
June 8, 18(15 4w U.S. HAMILTON,
State of (Mil, Vinton L'ovnty.
Clarrissa Dowd 1'ltff) In I'ourt of
acratnst Common l'loas
Ervln K. Dowd Deft ) On order of sale,
PURSUANT to comiinnd of an order of wile
in tho abovo imihc ti me directed from the
Court of Common l'loaa, of ihe at(iroiid Coun
ty of Vinton, I will o!fer at pnblio eateattho
door of tho Court lluui-e, in the town of McAr
thurdn the aforepiiid county of Vinton on
Sulurday the 2 Uh Juy of June 18G5,
Between the hoi.r of ton o'clock, A. M.. and
four o'clock, 1'. M., of guid duy, tho following
property, to-wit: One hundred and Thirty
iive acroa of land mtuatud in tho north lialful
section number thirty-two, (3i,)in township
number ten, (10,) of nuijro niiiiibor sixteen,
(10.) of Onio, Company 7 rnrcliuio and furth
er described n follows; Itei n injr Kloven chuine
and twenty link wepl of the north cnt corn-
nr nf uui.l .....tmn .iiin.li.iv f 1.1 rt t 1-1
In Township numbor ton. ( 10,) uf llunir niini-
thenuo Houtli forty ore chuineand tnenty-flvu,
liuk thoneo west thirty -two chuiiiHand nine
ty links, thencfl north forty-one clml'm and
chains and tievnnty link' t" tlio duco of b'c(rin
ng containniil ono h'nidrcd und thirty five ucro
uu uiu B.iiiia inoru ur it::,.
T..lr. u .1 r.t I..-I.. V ti .
catnfy a.iiidiiiciit in lavor of Clnrrima lowd.
Al'pruiscd at Twenty -nix hundred do'larn,
( lifloo lai.j iniiMt bring two third of thai aum.
'L'll -.1 1. I.. I. ..-.I
IbUJlOVI BHIU,CIV)I1 111 ll'l I'l.
Biuttun A .Mato, J. J. .IIKX'KEY.
Att'yn for riiff. Shir, V. Co. O.
M rvj'). 65 aw
SEW SKIHTS rOR 1805.
HKURDAT INVENTION CF IHE AGE
J. W. HUA-OLKY'S Kow I'aleut UL'I'LKN"
KLLiri'lCf or douUin SII1NW SKIKT
WKttTS' filtADLEV A CAM', Into .1. 1. .V
.1 (). W.iat,)SDI.Ii rii l'Klt.'lKS ,.i)d MAN
I'KACTDKKKS, H7 Chmnbcra mid T'.l und M
Keado Ktr ot Ne,v Y"r!;.
THIS IN V KNT10X fi.inint of 1L" I'LKX f or
two) Elliptic Steel goring. inifcnioiiHlv Uniid
ed Tightly and Firmly topor hr cdgn to clpu,
niBkiiij! tlio 'onghust. most rli xiblo Ela-tio aim
Durable sriiiy ur iikoiI. Thoy ncldnni Iicitd
or Uroak liku tliu Single St-riiigit, mid vn.-n-quently
leM-rva thci'i lcrlVc und Hv a mi I'm
t-l'.npe Twicti :i I.oiijr us any oilier Shirt.
1110 WOMitltKCI H.KXIUILITV linU tire I (.70111
flirt und -le.iHiir to eny I.ndy criinr the
Duplex hliipic Skirt w i : t vxcr!pi.ccd iirti
culurly i:i ;i!l Ciowilcd A.-M,nilliri. tii i rim
'.'nrrl I! '.:lr"iid C:irs' t'ltivili IVws, Arm
Chairs, for Promenade and Hotine Droa, bh ho
Skirt cm be folded, when in uso, to occupy a
rmall piece us euxily tin n Sill; or Mto-lin Drci-s.
A lady luvin onjoyed the plea-lire comiort
and great convonionce ol'wmiiing the "Duplex
EU'ptic Stcul Spring Si,ri" lor a single tiny .
will never nforwardu willin'.'Ij dispel. o wiih
their tlso. For I'hildron, Missen, and Voting
Ladies, they uro Miporior to all others.
They am tlio ISut-t (Quality hi every part,
and Uiiqne.ttioiiubly the Lightest, Most I)tirn
ble, Conil'ortu'ilc und economical 8kiit cyor
Ft R RAl.E in nil First Clues Stores in this
City and tlirovphont tho t'nited. States, nd
Canadaa, Havana da C'ul.i, Mexico, Smith
Amorica.en l tho Wert In Hos.
INQDIKK roil TIIK Dl l'I.KX KI.LIPTIO SKIHT.
April 2o, 1H.1.V I3.v. .
1UE NUN ill NATIONAL UANli-
OF THE CITV OF KKW YORK.
Al'ITAI., &I,O00O00, V A ID IN,
FISCAL AtSKJiT OK THE I'M Ell
And Spicul Accnt koh Jav C coke, : u-
Will deliver 7-3 Notes Free of clurgo, by ex
preas to all pnris of the country, and receive
in payment ;hccks i n New York, i'hiladcl
phia, and Boston, current bills, an l all five
per cent, interest notes, with interest to date
of eubsoriptien. Orders lent by mail will be
promptly niiou. k
This bank recoivei the accounts of Banks
and Bankers on favorable terms; also of indi-
oala keeping rew Yorkaoonnn ts.
J. T. 11ILL. Cash'r. J. N. OltVIS Prea't.
mirch 2, '65- ar.
S'ate of Ohio, Vinton County,
J. Martindill. ritff.l InOonrtof
Ben. Dill, & John Dill Deft ' .On Execution.
By virtue of an Execution to m j directed from
the Court Ot Common Fleas of Vinton Conn
ty, Ohio, I will olfor for sale at tlustablo of
John Dill, & tho Foamlary of Benjamin DM),
ii . J ... . ....
io naoiueu uaubuii xp., y inion Jounty unio,
Saturday June the 10th lfiflS.
between the hours of ten o'clock, A. M.,and
four o'olock, P. M., of said daj-, ho followiu
property, to-wit : On Portable saw mill and
rigings. also eleven plows.ona two horse wagon
Oue spring wagon and one Brown ho'se
Taken as the proportv of Bonlamin and
Jobn Dill to satisfy a judgment ia favor of
Tsbms or oalb, cash in hand
Constaabxi A.SlllVtL, J.J. SHOOKEY,
Atfya. ror nttt 8hff. V. Co. O.
May 25th lS5-Sir
Geo L. Will Adminltrator of the estate
cf William H, Long, late ef Vinton Coun
ty Ohio, decease has filed his accounts and
vouchers lor Inspection and final tettiement
and that tht same will be passed upon on
the 8th day of July 18(3.5.
June 15, 1885. 3w Probate Judjre.
FRESH CAN FMJ IT.
PINEAPPLES, Peaches, Slrawberriea, Blaok
berry I Qraea Peaa Jjst received and. for
alt at In Drug Store of
Dr. A. CONDEE. ,
GEO, B. WILL'S. COLUMN. .
Spring & Summer
&. B. WI1LIL,
HAS NOW RECEIVED ALL THE
Latest Novelties in
Spring und Summer
F-J r the Ladies SUCH AS
COLORED and BLACK SILKS.
LEND and VICTORI A CLOTHS,
ZOY ARAS-DE LYONS.
MOH .MKS, in great variety,
ALPACA in all .dudes,
A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF
liLl-ACHED MUol.i N j,
GKCATLY IlEDt'CED PRICES,
f.irilciilar attention in juiUd u our
Clili, C.8SimTC5, Tests. Col
lars, ieck Tt8, tnd
TogHnet with a very large and well lelBit
RICE. AND SPICES.
Sugar House Molasses at ll, So pn Qal-
Syrup at 11,20 per gallon, ao4 evary
other urlicla in the Gracery hna, all of
which wilt 'm solJ at the
GEORfE B. WILL.'
Junf 1MK 1865 tf. ' j