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The McArhur Democrat
umc'IAt ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY,
LOCAL DEPARTMENT
' FOR LEOAL NOTICES SEE FOURTH FAGE"
TU MB ROAD' TO WEALTH, 18 TO ADVMtTlM
TouiiorwkM. TERMS, PAY IN aDVANCE.
Money Wanted. Wo hopo our
friends who aro indebted to ua will
not bo backward in paying what they
owe us. In our absence, Mre. Drat
ton will roccipt for the same.
Dr. Raphael.
Has chano hid reaidotico from
Cincinnati to Chicago. All Letters
aro to bo addressed to him as follows.
DR. RAPHAEL,
Box No. 6267, Post Office,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
TAKE NOTICE.
TIIF. notes ami acouuts of B .- 2': Hewitt
has been left in the hun.ts of Francis
Shades, fur collection. If not paid by the
first Juy of August, lSt5, they will lie col
lected by law. F. SHARKS,
TAKE NOTICE. LOST KEYS.
Wo lost on inouday the 29th, nit a
bunch of koys on a steel ring.
Among them was a short brass door
ock koy moUrgo padlock key sov
cral bnrcun, desk and padlocks keys,
in all seven or eight. Tho tiudor will
bo rowardud suitably by returning
them to this oflicc. Somo of our lit
tle boys ruay Iiavo taken them ont
aud loft thorn at some noighbors j
Cost Strike for Oil, ia now tuado
by calling on Geo. D. Will, at his
New Yotk Store, McArthur, and buy
60U1C of the cheapest goods, that have
have been offered in this county for
lor tho past thco years. Georgo is
now selling at l'cacc Trices and .vish
co to close; cut, so as to inako room
for a eeconj summer stock. For fur
tlicr particulars read his advcrtUe
ni"tita in lliia paper.
Di.i'LF.x Ei.ii'tio Sntixii Hoops.
31ib. Hirtttoii. acknowleiliit-a tho re
ceipt of two of the ahuvo Skirts from
West, Uradlv and Cury's No 97
CliamVis -t. N. York Ladies wish
in:r to nrd.-r tliC'te ekirt3 can call on
Mis. Hrat'on an 1 see sample, t!iey
;irc decidedly tho best in an niacin red.
it t) 1 far Hirpius all others lor diuibil
tty and llexibility.
of
I
of
Nigger Votes to beat the Cathlic
Democratic Votes.
That oM ronej'.ide,
toe
N w
wh n
York Obsenxr,- 4,pnw8lavery
pi
1, lint 'anti-blavcry" when it
paid iicitcr to tie iiiai, in ii'j.v out,
i
c;ii the dimax f its ronton t. p-ii:c:.-
pi'1, for l'JrO BtliVr.lpe. nnh't
tVi;itClrl!(h)ri t'(f' il0".'uiil pinc.f i';
t.i Uoiii.m) K.a'ii i!C' A correal--!!
dent, writing to it, says:
'"The negro voly, when it shall bo
O0H13 a vote, will lie l'rotestant. "l'ln
religious history of t!iu negro nice
hits a tlee'.i nieaning, ll'tnanif in
lias never been able to do ady thing
with tho negro race. The cllorls nl
lt-tnio to establish itv:lf in Afrieu
e'and nut as perhaps the must glar
ing and dinHbtrous failure, and that
under the very best circumstances fur
pueees, that tho history of religious
itiissiou presents. Crml Iia3 so order
od it that alike total failure shun Id
characterize her ifl'irts in this couu
try. It sho haa inido none, it was
Lecauao thcro haa been no rnoiu lor
even tho attempt. With some inon
eiderablo exceptions iu Maryland ;md
Lonisianna, bo email in nuinhor that
wo need not tako them into an ac
count, tho who.o negro population is
1'roteBtaut, fixed aud unalterably i'roS
tistant."
That is tho programme row. Call
in Sambo to out vote Tat and Hams.
Vel, go on ye Abolition ''bloodhouuds
ofZion,"
f Mr. Uorrace Greoly says:
Tho South will bo truly loyal and
Union loving from and alter tho day
when ber colored men arc accorded
the right of Suffrage, and not one
day sooner.
Then it is hot likely sho will ever
bE loyal. A man. however, who could
coo'y pon such an insnlting. damna
bio sentiment as tho abovc,is ouo of
tho vilest wretches that crawls the
earth. There ia no Uie of having
any patience with these Abolitionists
any longer. Ihcy go from ono vil
liany to another with aa little remorse
aa a highwayman robs or murders.
Thev kNow bottor. Negroes do not
vote in tho North, and docs Greoly
count the whole North "disloyal' on
that account Bat wo will not argue
with, such a base creature.
I
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t-"i!,
TAX NOTICE.
r HE tax payers of VinU.n Coonty, are hereby
uotittdd that the Tax Duplicate for the last
. half yca-a taxea of tha year 1SC4, have been
placed in my hands for collection. Upon all
laxes not paid or. or before Juno 20to lbtio, the
law imposes a penally of five percent. I will
ho in nttandanco at the Treasurers o I lice in Mc
Arthur nntill tl.at date, to receive the same.
UiNKY REYNOLDS,
Treasurer V.Co.,0.
,JJtfay inhl885-6vr.
II S. ?-30 101
THIRD SERIES,
$330,000,000.
By authority ol the Secrotary of the Treas
ary, tho undersigned the Gouoral Subscription
Agency for the nolo of United States Securities
oiler to the public the third series of Treaauay
Notes, boaring seven and throe tentha per
ceii I. Interest, per annum kuown aa the
SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN.
These notes aro Issued nnder dato of July,
5lh, 1;('iS, and nre payaMo three yean from
Unit date, In currency, or aro convertible at
.bo option of I lie holder Into
U. S. 5-20 Six por Cent.
GOLD-LEAKING LONDS.
These, bonda are now worth a handsome
premium, and aro exempt, aa aro the govern
ment Bands from State County and Municipal
taxation, which add? from one to three percent,
per ami m to their vuluo, according to the rata
lovicd on upon other proporty. The Interest
is payable Knii-anmial by coupons attached
to ench note, which may bo cut olfanj sold to
any bank or banker.
The Interest nt7-3ft per cent: nuionuls to
Onoccntpcr day on a f 50 noto.
Two cants on a f 100 note
Ten on a S50Onoto
20 on a flow note
1 1 on a 5000 notes
Notejjof all denominations named will be
promptly furnished npon recoipt of subscrip
tions.
Tho Notes of this Third Sorios are precisely
similar in form and privileges to the Sovon-
Tluriea already sold, exeopt that the Govorn
nioul reserves to Kself the option of paying In
terest in gold coin at 6 pcrccnt.,icttudof 7 3
lOtha In currency. Subscribers will deduct the
interest In curreiieo up to July 15th, at the
time wheu they subscribe
The delivery of tho notes of this third fci'cs
the Seven-thirties will eominoneeou tho 1st
Juno, and will be made promptly andeon-
tiinious-ly uficr that dato.
Tho slight change nude in tho conditions of
thisTlURLI SERIES infects only the matter of
meruit. Tho payment in gold, ifinudo, vtill
be ei'.iivu'.viit to the currency interact of tho
higher rate.
The return tr. specie piiyinonts In tho event
which only will tho option to pay Interest in
iuld be availed of, Would so rcduco and equalize
prices that purchases maJo witn t-ix per cent,
(.'old would be lullyiuitl tu those maJo with
seven and thrut-Zouihs per vent In currency.
Tnis ia
THE OXLY LOAX IX UARKET
Now i il'crcd by the (Government, and ita super
ior advantages make it the
Rli.V? POPULAR LOAN OK THE PEOPLE.
Less than t ISO ,000, Mb of tho Loan authorize
tho Congress aronowr on tho murkwt. Tins
rr.ouirr.rmt) rale" at which it is being absorb
wi! bo i;i:rilol for within sixty-days,
when th uotus will uii.I 'iiMo I y command a
'pnm'iirn, as has nnirrnily heontlio ease on
eo.'nig thj ml.'jeriptioii to oilier Loans.
In order 1 1 1 . t citizens u! every toivn aiil hCe
iiii.i ..I, liii i-fuiii'rv him v h ii tl .r. 1 .t-1 I'n .il itlis
,ui.iir th, i. the National n..kx,8!ato
l;a:,'$s,ai..l IM4lo r.ankera Uir uu'h.. it the
cMi'.try h.ive ,'e:iir.i'ly nu'reed ti rjedv; nib-
lions at pur., S'llncnlicrs will s'lloel thuir
own sceiilf, iu whom llioy have confidence,
and who only aro to bo rei pon.-ilili l'.-r th de
iveryoftho uotca for which th y roeeivi or
d, rs. JAVC'MKK,
rrinn'iiimoM Ai:T, Philadelphia.
m i.eUtir-l IONS WILL 11 K HKCF.IVK0 by tllO
Fir.-t National Bank of Chillii otlio,
First National Hank f Cincinnati,
l'irst Nuiionid Hank of Athens,
r'irst N.iiioii.il li.-uk of I'ortamouth,
May tiolh 'lii 3i.m.
FAMILY d K 0 C E K Y
AXD
PHOVISION STORE.
J.W. CALI1WKI.L. 0
A PEAKCE.
J. AY. CALDWELL & CO.,
(Ose Dooa East oi tiie Covet House)
McAKTIIUK, OHIO,
Keeps on linml, and for 3nle, Family Groce
ries of all kinds, and best qualities. Also,
Sugar Cured Hums, Mess Pork, Dried Beef,
mill other articles in tire 1'rovisicn line.
lac-Crcam Saloon
We are fitting up.an lce-Cream Saloon.in
connection with our Grocery, where Ladies
and Gentlemen can be supplied during the
day ami evening. Families supplied on
liberal teiiiis.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
A large quantity of Ice ontiand, and for
sale, between six and eight o clock every
morning untiil iurliiet notice.
A S WE DO A 'CASH BUSINESS, ex.
cluaively, and keep no accounts,' it is hoped
our friends will not ask for trust, for, how
ever disagreeable it may bo to us und to
them, we will be compelled to refuse. Our
oods are sold as CHEAP as the same arti
cles can be obtained in this market, and we
therefore confidently solicit the patronage of
me ptionc
COUNTRY PRODUCE taker, ia ex
change for Groceries :
.J W. CALDWELL & C:
May Uth 18G5
Blanks J ustices
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCMENT
GREAT SALE
. OF
WATCHES, CHAINS, RIMS&C,
ONE MILLION DOLLARS WORTH j
TO BE DISPOSED OF AT
One Dollar Each!
Without icgard to Value t Not to be paid for
until you know what yon are to receivo 1 1 1
Splendid List of Articles It All to be
sold at One Dollar Each J 1 1 . :
300 MtHical Boxos I '20 to 150oach
I 50 " " with Bella and
Caitinots 200 to 500 each
600 Silv' Tnapota coffoe Ursa 20 to AO each
500 " Chafing Dishoa 30 to 100 each
1000 ' leolrilehura 20 to 50 oauh
'2500 " Syrup cupa fesalvori 20 to 50 each
5000 gobleta Jrin king cups 5 to 50 each
3000 Casters 15 to 50 each
2000 " Fruit, Card and Cako
Baskets 20 to 50 ouch
SOOO Doz. Silv' ToaSpoona 10 to 20jdoz
lwoy moieapoousana
Forks 2C to 40 doz
250 Gents sold huntiua-caw
Watohos 50 to 150 each
250 Ladios Gold A Enamold bunt- -
Inn-case WatChos f 5 to 70ooc
500 Oenta' lluntlng-uase Silvor
Watciies aa to vucaou
200 Lliinnond KinK 50 to 100 each
5O00 Wold Neck Vest chains-. 4 to 80 each
3000 " Oval Bani Bracelets-. 4 to 8 each
6000 Jot and Gold Bracelets..-- S to 10 each
2O00 Chateluioo Guard cbuins 5 to 20 each
7000 Solitaire 4 Gold Brooches.. 4 to 10 each
50 0 t 'oral oi. al emerald brooehoa4 to beach
........ I . T ... J L-l
ouuu aiosaic, jet, i.av uuu iuiuu-
tine Ear Drops 4 to 8 each
7500 Coral, Opal & Emerald drops 4 to (each
IOoO Oil. Diamond Breast I'in-K.M) to 10 each
SoOO Fob it Vest Watch-keye-2,50 to 8 each
Sots Sleeve-buttons Studs 8 to B eaon
I" Fob Yea: Kibbon-slidca- 8 to 12 each
3" Gold Thimbles AFenoila- 4 to toach
10'' Miniature Lockets 3 50 to Hoacb
" ' "MairioapringslC to 20 each
i " Toothpicks, Crossos 40 3 to 6 each
5 Plain Gold Kinirs 4 lo 10 each
5 " chased Gold Kings 4 to 11 each
10" Stone set & Sigoet Ringa t,50 to 10 each
10" Cal. Diamond Kings 2 to 10 each
10" Gold 1'eas Silver Extension
Holders and 'encils 4 to lOcacb
10 " Gold 1'cna & Gold Mounted
Iloldcra (to lOoacb
5 " Gold Tons Gold Ex'ona
Holders 19 to 25 each
Se ; Ladios Jewolry Jet
uii, I lirtl.l ................ i tn l.niu-li
S " SotOjadioa Jowolry cameo,
rcarl outl and otberatonos.4 to 15 each
" Ludics Gilt ifc Jot Buckles.. 5 to 15 each
'! " Hair Bars
' Balls 5 to 10 each
AKKANDALE ct Co. Munufacurors aironta
Ho. 167- Broadw ay , New York.
Announco '.hat all of the above list of goods
will bo sold for One Dollar each. !
In consequence of the ere at stauiiatian of
trade iu the manufacturing districts of En
gland, through the war having cut oil' the
supply of cotton, a large quantity of Valua
ble Jewelry, originally intended fo' the Eng
lish market, has been sent off for sale in? this
country, and must be sold at any sacri
fice! Under these circumstances, arban
uale & co. , acting as ogeuts for tho princi
pal European inannfucturcis, have resolved
upon a great Gift Apportionment to divided
according lo tho following regulations:
Ceriihuates of the various articles are put
into envelopes indiscriminately, sealed up
aud wheu ordered, are taken out without re
gard lo choice, and sent by mail, thus show
ing no favoritism. On receipt, olthe certi
licute, you wilt sco what jou aiu to have, and
then it is ut your option to send the dollar
uud lake tho article or not. Purchasers may
thus obtain a Gonl Watch, Diamond Ring,
or any set ol Jewelry on our list fur Oke
DuLLAR.
He ud 23 cents, for Certificate
Iu nil trausnctionsby mail, we shall charge
for fonvordiuir the Le.rlihcutes, pay inn- po&t
age anil iloing.lhe biifiiicss,'i5cts each. which
in list be uuluscd when tne ccrt.iicate is
rent lor. Eive ceilWitates will bo sent for
&1, eleven for 2, thirty for 8ixty-fivo
rur felO, one hundred for ftla,
U'liat tlic "Press" say of us
The Lafayette (Ind.) Daily Courier March
18, 18b3, says.
A hotter selected, more varied or faslr
ioiiablc OiSKTtmcnt of jewelry cannot be
i. uud on the continent ihnu Arraiulaie &
Co. nre now oll'ering. Messrs Airardalo &
en. occupy a high position jin commercial
ircies as men entirely aDovc me corninoa
trickurr of trade, Their statements may bo
implicitly relied upon, both as to the cliar.ic
ter of their goods and manner of disposal,
Ladies especially in all part ol tne coumry
are realizing raudsoine profits as agents, aud
if anv d our lair reuders desire to interest
thpmselves in tho cterprise, tlicy may Uo so
with perfect commence.
Employment roa Ladies The mosteli
tiihlc and profitable employment we have
heard of lor Ladies is the sale ol certificates
for the Great Gift Distribution of Anandale
& Co. A lady of our acquaintance has been
very successful in this way, not only in 111
una her own purse, but also in doing a food
turn to those to whom she sold the certifi
cates, as will be seen by our advertising
columns. Gentlemen can also be thus en
gaged N Y Sunday Msrcurj
agents We want scents invery red
nrent and in every town and county in the
country, and those acting as such win be
allowed 10 cents on every certificate ordered
by them, provided their reailtance amount
to one dollar aleo oilier iiiiiucemenis wnicfl
can be learned on application. Agents will
collect 25 cents for every certificate, and re
nut Ii cents to us, eiicr in cash or postage
stamps.
ARRANDALE & Co.
JuneIst-65 6w 167 Broadway N.Y,
SADDLE &
HARNESS
MANUFACTORY.
H. P. AMBROSE
J
McARiniR, Ohio.
TEEPS constantly on hand and nianufacturs
. to oracr, every variety ana stylo of
LADIES AND GENTS SADDLES
which for workmansliip and stock will comoara
; . I. . 1 1 ! o ,i . . , . 1
wii.ii uj Biiiiuur wuiK id ouubuera unio.
ALbU
i. lUrncua sinirla mnd ni.i ....
from the plainest to tha nnest mounted. Also
nyittrv varintv of R Ata Ilri.llpa .i,.l rrnn
Al 1 of which will be old at the lowest cush fist-
urea. Call and exsmiue stock oo hands.
May lSliSS.mo,
illi
".'HULBERTS CORNER,
Br. . CiTOIEE.
' LlaviDg purchased tho Drng establishment of Dodge and PhilUT''
ana auMed a now and complete Bupply thereto, would call attontion'
ftho lowest prico of L ii
DRflGS,
PAI1VT,
StiAH., PAINT, WASH
oi s,
LIE
STUFF
. i ii
Fl NE i 56 BRANDY,
WINES AHD LIQUCRS
of all descriptions for Medical purposes
rum,
GLASS,
INKS,
LAMl'S,
WHITE
and everything else in tho DRUG
We buy and
ONLY
Compctont rhyscians and DrugfjiBt, 'will attend to tho making
of accurate compounding of all. Medicines or Proscriptions, day or
Xnight. Give us a call aud we warrant satisfaction.
V July 23th 1864,- lyr. Dr A. CONDE.
WW
CHEMICALS
FERFUAIERY,
AND CAMELflHAIlt;
LEAD,
CIGARS,
TOBACCO
SNUFF
lino at Cincinnati retail l'RI C
sell for CASH
MARIETTA AND CINCIATI
RAILROAD.
PORTSMOUTH BRANCH
ON and after Thursday,' Fobn-ary 15, im
iC'i i'a. I'asnonger Trains will run in con
nection with tlni Trains on main line between
rortsmouth and Cinoiunnti, as follows i
Leaves I'ortsmouth at 8:15 A. M-, nrrives at
l'ionoor, at 9:85A.M.; arrivos at Portland at
10:06 A.M.; arrivos ta Jackson at 10:57a. M.;
arrived at Uumdcn at 11:0 A.M.; drives at Cin
cinnatl at 5:55 P.M.;
Loavos Cincinnati at 8:30 A.M.; leaves Ham
den at 3:0 P.M.; arrives at Ji'ckson at 8:84 P.
M.; arrives at Portland at.4:'.'l P.M.; arrivcsnl
Pioneer at 4:50 P.M.; arrives at Portsmouth at
6:10 P.M.
Accommodation Train departs from rorts
mouth at JrtSlTM.jWivosftt Vioacor at 4:3
and deftarls ut v50; arrives ut Jackson at 6:&4
and Humdnn.st-ftW. Departs 6:40 A.M : ar-
rivesjat Jackson at 7:35; arrivos at l'ionoor at
u:.ia; and arrivos al l'ortsmoutnai i iwa,
Thronirh Tickets to Cincinnati cin be obtain
ed at Portsmouth, Portland, and J.tckson, at
tne ronowiTiR rates:
I'ortsmouth to CincinnaM, 4,00
Portland do ,400
Jackson " do 4,00
ROUND TRIP TICKETS.
From Pertsmouth to Cincinnati and"
$6,00 Tickets from Portsmouth to M
and 1'urkersburg. $3,00.
JOHN DURaN D,
K. W. QUADE, Assis'l Sup't
Fob. 25th 1601 lyr.
JAIViE WARD
J
SADDLE& HARNESS
M a n u fa c u r c r .
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
r AYaurakts AAVorK
Keeps constantly on hand and wil
soil at the lowest prices, Saddles, Bri
dies and Harness of every description
and warrants his work for two - years,
pall and oxamino. 1st door west o
ho Court House,
t uc. 22, 1864 6mo.
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
ON and aftir Monday, Uotober 31. 1864, and
nntill further notice, trains will run aa fol
owa: MAIL GOING EAST,
Leaves Cincinnati at 7:40 A. M.: Loaves Love
and,at8:58 A, M.; arrivos at Chillicotho at
12:29 P.M.; Leaves Chillicothe at 12:50 P. M.;
loaves Hamdon Junction at 2:15 P. M.; leaves
McArthur. at 2:84 P. M.; leaves Zaloski, at 3:01
P. M., loaves Athens at 4:13 P. M. Arrives
at Mariotta at 9:55 P. M.; arrives at Parkers
burg at 7:00 P. M.
MAIL GOING WEST.
Leaves Farkersbnrg, at 7:40 A. M.; leaves Mar
ietta at 7:46 A.M.j loavos Athens at 1 :31 A.
M.: leaves Zalcski, 11:43 A. M.: loavos Mo Ar
thur, 12:18 P. M.; Hamdon Junction at 12:82
A.M. Arrives al umincothe at 1:5S r.M.
I Leaves Chillleoths at 2:13 P.M.; leaves Love
land at 6:58 r. Jn.; arrivos at Uncmnattial
1700 P.M.
L.ZaIei;ki Freight carying passengers, p.cs
McArthnr jromj East at :50 A. M.; going
jWeataV 2:84 P.M.
I M TOUT A NT FINE ART ANNOUNCEMENT
Sjc 2JatIoaal t Jssntiatiou
OF NEW YORK,
Beg to announce tho emnploilon. for immediate
delivery to Subcrlbers, of ho Superb
6teel-Liuo Engraving,
WASIIIXGTOX HECEIVIXG ASALLTE
ON THE FIELD OF TRXNTON.
From the original painting, by thoao dis
tlngnishod Artists,
J. FA ED, It-S--A.,'and IUANDELL R-A. '
Itisondorsed ns a work of Art by a host of
eminent men, as evidenced by the opiuions sub
joined.
THE HON. EDWARD EVERETT.
"A vory pleusiugand happily executed work
an engraving of rare hoautv ."
EDWAKD EVEEETT.
LT. GEN, H'IMFIELD SCOTT.
"Cannot bo contemplated without an increas
ed luve of every public and private virtnre."
WIN FIELD SCOTS.
THE ARCHBISHOP OF NEW VORK.
"It is indeed a beautiful specimen of Art."
JOHN Mcl'LOsKEY.
ntED.t, tllLRCII.
"I am delighted with the Engraving; it does
full justico to tho nohb simplicity and dignity,
which ia tno groat charm of the picture. "
FREU. E. CHURCH ...
HON. Wm.ll. SEH AItD.
"Olfer mj congratulatirins npon the patriot
ism and good taste shown.and upon tho auceesa
ful execution of tho woik."
lRESIDENTOF THE UNITED STATES
"Accept my congratulations upon tha complo
tionof this very beautiful work."
A. LINCOLN.
HENRY W. LONGFELLOW.
"Eoautifully executed Accept my bos,
wishes yo ur auccosn.''
11. W.LONGFELLOW.
MAJOR GEE. SHEHMAN.U.S. A.
"Fully morita the lutfli oneoniums it has ro
colvcd." W. T. SHEKMAN, MaGja
This magnlflcnnt Lino Er.grnvlngla
THE FIRSTOF AN ANAUL SERIES
of lira t class engravings of American Subjects,
to bo issued each year nil of which will be
original works, and of tho highest order of
niorite, at the l"w price of
Five DoIIars,
which includes free admission to tha Gallery of
the Amu) ation at all times, and an interest in
Twenty Thousand Dollars worth ' of
l'uintlngf,
irnd other work a of Art to be PRESENTED to
The Subscribers for thejCarrent Tears I! ng riving
Negotiations with distinguished artists for
works for future years itsucs are now pending,
securing to tho Subacribcig, Engravings of
equal
Importance, Ucnatfy, Originality & Value
Copies of tho " W'ailiimjU.n rtctmng SaluU
on lit Field of Trentin.'' may ha sson ai Wit
LUUS A EvtlltTT's liOStOU; UCTIKB PcRBIOO
Wat, BaUimore; James B Earib & Sons,
Philadelphia, 1'uilp & Soiovoh, Waahinton,
C. Bbacuvooxl, Chicago, K. W. Carroll, &
Co. Cincinnati; Patiis & Leatiii, St. Loo is;
the Gallery of the National Art Association,
661 and 503 Broadway New York, also t tha
principal Art Stores in every city in tho
country.
Tho Engraving will be forwarded,' seenrely
packed in a strong tube, upon recoipt of FIVE
DOLLARS, directed to the Actuary at tha Gal
lories, ns ahove, ir box 4429, Post Ulfioa Now
York. It can ais he obtained of the abaorib
er, who is the local Agent of the National Art
Association.
C.3. BJLLlNHHmwr,
MaylS-6: U McArtLurOUo.
READ THIS TlIItOlGIl
-AND-
REMEMB'ER IT.
SPRING AND RUMMER FASU
10 NS FOR 18C5.
mwn b. will
DEARER IN
lien and Boys Clothing,
Mil IN STREET,
McArthur, Ohio,
Having just received large and splen
did st oik of
Spring Clothing
and Furnish
ing Goods,
Such as
LIGHT & DARK COLORD COAT
MEN'S BOYS .1ND YOUTHS SUITS
Neatly got tip .
I'NTS iND VEST!
Of varimrs patterns of American and French
Cassiineres and rirt In the latest style to
gether with a tasty acsoTtraent of
Shirrs and Ncek Tics.
I hes leave to Imfbrm the PuMio thtt, hav.
ina purchased o'lr entire stock of Clothinir
hua" FnfnUhingfloodi at ihe preaent betvy
iledine nUold end (he c&aiquoQt depre
ciation iit iho value of Marehandlaa I am
therefor! enabled willing and readj to tell
my good fully in accordance with that de
cline and which cannot fait to attract the
attention of doe buyers even at the present
aepreaseu state oi tne marital
I guarantee my Clothing to
Fit; Well or ko Sale!!
' . , ' " .
t also have a nice assortment of
l
Trunks, V &liae &nd . Carpel B
Don't fail to examine air itnrk h(n n.
chasing elsewhere at money can be aavej
by buying at
r ou ,. GEORE B. WILL'
June 8th 1865 tf - .
NOTICE.
Admlnlatratrix of tha as.
tateof Kphraim Bockhotd, laU of Vinton
County Ohio, deceased, baa Bled her aoennnta
and vouches, tor Inspection and final Nttla
mont, and that the urns will b passed DPi,n
nil 1K 9Tlh .I-. .(U.. A T nil u
mw viu w m j m C7Tj u
K1CH
ARD CRAIG,
Probatt Judge.
May4,lS65-3vr -

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