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The McArhur Democrat
OFFICIAL OKOAN OF VINTON CODKTY.
LOCAL DEI" A II Til EN T
rcmtQAi Koncrg bee fourth faqe
m TJTC1 BOAS TO WIALTB, 111 TP ADVIRTISI
Tovnawrstse. TERMS. PAT IN ADVANCE.
Money Wanted. Wo Lope onr
friends who ere indebted to ua will
Dot be backward in faying what tliov
owe us. In our absence, Mrs. Brut
ton will rrceitit for tbe saine.
lias cliango his rusidence from
Cinclnr.ati to Chicago. All Letters
are to bo addressed to him ns follows,
Box No 6067, Post Office,
THE notes ami aoonnts of B .- ?. Hewitt
has been left in the hands of Francis
Shade, fur collection. If noi paid by the
first da v of August, 18t5, tliey will be collected
by law. F. SHADES,
TAKE NOTICE, LOST KEYS.
We lost on niouday (lie 29tli, n!t a
tnncli of keys on a steel ring.
Among them a short bras3 door
ojk k-jy mj Urg-i ptJbek koy sev
erul bureau, desk and padlocks keys,
in all seven or eight. The tinder will
be rewarded suitably by returning
tbetn to tL is offioo. Some of our lit
tie boys may Iihvo taken them ont
and left them at emne neighbors
JVIaonio CKLEnRATioN, on Sn'nr
day the 21st iiiet. Tliu Fraternity and
their friends are invited to a tVetival
at Ports month, Ohio. Trains will itin
ht half line, leaving Ilainden at usual
time in tho morning and on Saturday
t veiling late bo as to accumrundate
those rt'tnrnjng. L"t na all t?o.
ArncNTTKiN J Exempt. Under
the law., for organizing the military
forces of Ohio passed March Slot
1864 ; amended Aprii 12 !i. 1865
"every person physically disabled
rruy be t-xoinpt from military duty, if
bo files with the County Auditor, op,
or before the 15:h day of August, b
statement of tin County iVIii.Iiaky
5i;kgkji certifying that Buch petsjtii
is ontit fur military duly by reason
of Much physical disubiiity or bodily
Db. A. E IsAitiNOEK of Ale Arth
ur has lx:'!n njp intel Military Sur
treou for Vinton County, and will
bave bis "flice open trotn the 1st of
July until tho 15th day it Augimt.
Couig all ye disabled, and save your
(iKNKKAL C('X FOR GOVERNOR.
Ah wiih getinra'ly anticipated, the
liepublican ConviiUon, yesterday,
nominated (Joueral Cox foi Gover
nor. We do not recollect tho Genera!
previous to the war. but wo beleivc
that he onee represent one of tho
blackest Western Iijservo districts in
State Senate. - In tlio wn, while ho
lias net achieved any considerable
distinction, ho has been a fair and un
In his polica! opinions bo faithfully
represents tho Western Reserve of
Ohio, where (he African lias long
been the idol before which they all
bow in superstitions homage and
ndoration. As to his fitness and
ability tor tho pott of Governor, the
trit nds of the General will hardly
claim that ho ban any special merits
Mr. J. W. Logan, a citizen of
our County and a liischarged soldier
of. the 36th Reg. having lost a leg is
catling on our citizens, for the pur
pose of receiving subscribers, to the
Nursj and Spy, a thrilling history of
scenes lin tbe" war. Every person
should bave a copy and wo hope onr
people will subscribe liberally. Mr.
Logan is a worthy young man. See
advertisement in another column.
The Democratic Press Genally
Tbe Domocratic Press througboo
the conntry generally acquiesce in tho
1 residents reconstruction policy as
enunciated tbrongb bis North Caroli
na and Mississippi Proclamations.
Now, why cannot the Administration
Press do the same thing! In that
way they can strengthen and encour
age tbe President.
NOTICE TO BRIDGE
TaTOTICE hereby given that the Commlsslo
i ners of Vinton County, Ohio, will moet in
Xaleski iladteon Township on
Salnrdy ts 22tA day of July 1865,
At ten o'clock, . P.M., on said day, for the
perposs of letting to the lowest reeposible bid
der (ha building or' a Testle Bridge at.ihe
crossings cf Rancoon Creek at or near the
Moth east end of Commercial Street where the
PraUsville and Z all ski Road crosses and also the
Soad leading from Zaleskl to Paolurds Mill In
Jiy order of Commissioners
H. C. M0OKS And'r V.Co.O.
I . S. 7-30
By authority oi tha Secretary of the Tr Hil
ary, tbe undersigned the General Subscriptioj
Agency for the wile of United States S.'curirties
offer to the public the third series of Treasury
Notes, bearing t.oven and three tenths per
cent, interest, per annum known as the
SE Vh X- TIIIR TY LOAN.
These notes are Issncd under date of July.
ISth, 16S, and are payable thiee jcara from
th.-.t duto, in currency, or are souvurtiblo at
. he option of the holder Into
U.S. 5-20 Sx pvr Ont.
Those bonds are now worth a handsome
prem'qm, and are exjmpt, us are Dm govern
mont Bunds, from State County and Municipal
taxation, whioh adds from one to three pecent.
per anuni to their value, acec rding to the ru.'o
levied on upon other property. The interest
is payable semi-anuual by contains attiiched
to each note, which may be cut off uud sold to
any bank or banker.
The intercut at?-3n per cent: amount to
Onecentper day on a S0 note.
Two cants on a f Minnie
Ton on a SSoOnote
SO on a f I00i' note
(I on a 5000 notes
Notos'of all denominations named will be
promptly furnished upon receipt of subscript
Tlie Notes of this ThirJ Surio s are precisely
c t tiiii ir In form and privileges to the Seven-
Tliirfi.is already sold, fxeepttliat the Govern
ment recei ves to itself the ti in of paying in-
t'Kt in gold coin at rt per ceut.,irtoad of 7 3-
lOths in currency. Subscribers will deduct the
interest in cnrreiico up to July 15th, at the
timo when thoy subscribe.
The delivery of tho notes of this third scries
of the Seven-thirties will commence on the 1st
of June, and will be made, promptly and con
tinuously after thai date.
The alight cha:igo m ule In the cinlitiona sf
thlsTlllKi) SERIES alTjctg only the mstterof
interest. The payincn'. In colli, ifmudo, will
he equivalent to the uurreuey liiteroct of tho
The return to specie payments In the event
of which only will the option to pay Interest in
'iolil beuvaiiud of, would su rc.lueeand equalize
prices that purh isoi inaJe witu. tix per ':ent.
in gold noil Kl be luily equal to Homemade with
seven and lhrce-cuths pur cent in currency.
THE 0L LOW 1 MUSKET
Now offered by the Government, and ita super
ior advantages make it the
llS.Vl' POPULAR L'HN OF THE PF.OVLE.
l.ei than 'l,0'i).ni'0 of the L')an authorize
by the Coii(jrcss aren w on the murkvt. Tins
amount, ut the rat') at mhich it is leiiii( absurb-
ed, will be suba.'rine I I'oi within six'y-da),
when tho notes will uuilou'iled J euminiiii l a
premium, as h:in uniformly beoutlie ease on
ula.iiug the subscription to o'ner Lo.iii-.
In order ihateRizeiis of every town ;iu I sec
tion of the country may In ulfirdol fueilities
for taking the loan, tho National Hanks, Siate
Banks, and Private Bankers tliroughoiit the
country U ive jteiieraily agreed to rjeeive su'
wriptioDS atpar., Subscribers will selcetlheir
owu agents, in whom they huvo confl leneo.
unci who only ore to In respomibli for the do
iveryofthe uoti s for wliich th.y reeeivn or
ders. JAf COOKE.
blBscmpTios AI.vt, Philadelphia.
Si usiKii'iuNS will Ht Kictivr.o by the
First National Hank of Chlllicothe,
f irst National Hank of Cincinnati.
First N.ttioiiul Hank of Athmif,
First N nioiul Bn of Prt n iu:h,
May 25lh '65 81.10.
J. V. CALDWELL.
J.W. CAIDWELL& CO.,
(Ose Door East or the CounT House)
Keeps on hand, and for sale, Family Groce
ries or ail Kinns, an'i uesi quBiiues ni-u
Sugar Cured Hams, Mess Pork. Dried Beef
and other articles in the Provision line.
We are fit ting up.sn Ice-Creom Saloon.ln
connection with our Grocery, where Ladies
and Gentlemen can be supplied d-iiing the
day and evening. Families supplied on
ICE!- ICE! ICE!
Alaree onantify of Ice op hand, and for
sale, between six and eight o'clock every
morning untill further notice.
AS VVRDO A CASH BUSINESS, ex
clusivelv. and keen no" accounts, it is hoped
our li tends will not asK lor trust, lor, now
ever disagreeable it may be to us and
them, we will be romoelied to refuse. Our
goods are sold as CHEAP as the suno anl-
I .ki.!..J 1.. t.ila murliar nft IV
Cies cau uu uum aicu jii ui inuini.. .
therefore confidently solicit the patronage
CUUNIKY muuuuis, taKeri in
J VV. OALDWELL& C:
May 11th 1865-ly
FRESH. CAN FRUIT
INt. APPLES, I'eaobas, t)ti aw herries, B
X berry sOreen Peas Just received
aaU at w
la JJrag Btor sor
ir. A. CONDEK.
WATCHES, CIIAIXS, IILGSic,
ONE MILL I, N DOLLARS WORTH;
'10 BE 1iSPOsKU OF AT
One iMillar. Each!
Without tegard to Value 1 Not to be paid for
until you know what you are to receive I 1 1
Splendid LiM of Articles 1 1 All lo be
hoiu 111 one u . ilxr Each 1 1 1
300 Musical Koxe .'0 to lloOeach
liO with Bells ami
astinits -i00 to 500 each
ftuO Siiv' T -apoin ei ff;e Urns ill to SO each
5')0 " t;h:iflng Uitlios 80 to lwe..cb
lOuO Icelitchers 20 to bu each
j'jiH) " S rup cups (fesalvers 20 to 50 each
5000 ' goblets drinkingcups 5 to 50 each
3OU0 (.'asters 15 to 5l each
'MO " Fruit, Card and Cake
Baskets 20 to 50 each
5000 Dnz.Bilv' Tea Spoons 10 to V0do2.
Hiuou " " 1 able spoons ana
Forks 20 to 4A dtx.
2i0 Gents gold hunting-case
' Wmciie"" SO to loOeaeh
2j0 Ladles Gold & Knameld hunt
ing vase Matches fi to 70eae
000 Gents' lluuliug-case Silver
Watches 35 to 10 caoh
'200 Dinmoud King 50 to KW each
oO'JO Uold N'eca V est rh ilns.. 4 to each
uiuoo " Oval banA Bracelets-. 4 to delicti
oOUO Je' and Gold Bracelets....- 6 to 10 each
Ut)0 - hUlaieo itiiiarj chains 6 to iiO each
7000 Solitaire "old Brooches-. 4 'o 10 each
50 0 Coral opaUeiueiaid brooches 4 to 8 each
eOuO Mosaic, Jot, Lava and Floren
tine bar Drops 4 i 8 each
7300 Coral, Opal & Kmerald drops 4 to 8 oii'li
looij Cel. Uiuinoud Hru ist l'in-i,CO to 10 each
iiOOO Fob iii Vest V'aUU keys--2.iO to 8 each
Sets Sicevu-b'Htous Slud 8 10 8 euch
Fo V'eS". Kibb 111 lides-. 8 to 1 J each
I 'I'l.i I.u Af t..n..O.... A l K fin-h
Miniature Liketb 2 60 to 1' each
1. vi....: -!..... I.l ... ..A a., ..I. I
dtaio spriun 11. lo iv wvu
Toothpicks, Crosses M 'I to Seacb
vlain dold Kitigs 4 o 10 each
chased Gold Kings 4 to 11 esch
Wone set iV SiguetKiugs 2,50 to l'.l each
Cul. Diamond Kings U to 10 each
Gold 1'eu.i Silver Kxu;nsioD
llolilcrnau I 'enuiis 4 to 10 each
tiul.i lVhMt(i...i Mounted
Uoidcrs 6 to 10 each
5 " Gobi Pens Gold Kx'eus
Holders li to 25 each
7" Bull L.iJies Jewelry-Jet
and Gold 5 to 15 each
6 " Sots Ladies Jewelry ennoo,
rearl opal and otherstoues--4 to 15 each
5" Lmlics Gill ds Jet Buckles-. 6 to Ueacn
3 '' " " Hair Bars
Balls 5 to 10 each
AlUMN'DALF. it "o. Manufacurnrs Agents
No. 107 Broad ( ay, New 1'ork.
Aiinoiiiicn '.hut all ol the above list of good
wi.l be etil l lor One Imi.i.ak each.
In ion-eqMPn',.e of the great ptajitiHtian of
1 rail e in tlie uiHiinfictiiring JtlistrirUof En
gl iii l, through tho war hav in cut nil' ihf
supply ol cotton, u I urge, qtiuiitity ufValm
ble. Jewcl y.or'giinillj iutemled lo' the liuj
lisli murkut, has bu snii nil' lor sul in" tlni
toulltiy AND MUST BK 8'LU AT AM S.ICIII- i
FitKl Unuer these ciri umsluncf akran-
dale &. cu., ectiiig as ugents- fur liie princi-1
pal Kuinpeaii niaiiilluctiirei", huvo irhoUrd,
iiiidii u tu'Ht tiilt 4upoiii')iiiiient to divided .
according to tho following reul i'.ioiis. '
Uerlilaalea ul llio varum n rue It's are put
into envelopes iiilicriiniiiiitely, sealed up ,
and wlii'ii iiidered, are taken 0111 without ro
jurd lochoi' e, and scut by inuil.thus t-how-
iiiir 110 luvuriiisin. un recei i' oitlie tern-
fitute.yun will see what jou are to !lnve,ani
(lieu it i-i at y ur (iptioo ti send the dnlhir
und lake 1 ho article ur not. Purrlu-er-111. iy
t:,Us obioin a tioi I Watch, Uinninlli
ur any set ol Jewelry oil our list lui
S- nd 25 centx, for Certificate
In all lr-iiii:t iims bv iiiail.ivo giioll clmrg
for lurivarding the Ceriilicjle- paying post
nge and doing the bu.-iiiess.'ioe's each .which
must be im losed when the certificate is
ieiit fur. Five certificates will ho sent fur
Si, eleven (or thirty for $5, sixty-live
lor SlU.oiie hundred firl5.
lli riess" say of us
The Liifuijr.tklnd.) Daily Courier March
18. 1800, says.
A better selected, more varied or fusli-
ionuble assortment of jeelry
toiuid on the conliiieiit
Cu. ore nov olTerint'. M
than Arramlale cV
rs Airdi d tie &
co. occupy a high position in comuietcial
circles as men entirely Hoove the coiiiu:otl
Irirkprv iif trade, llieir stiitf.n lits jih v he
iinplii itlv relied upon, both as lo the thur ic
ter of their goods and m inner of dposul,
Ladies especially in nil pun in tne couiitry.
are realizing ! ondsome profits as agenis. ami
if any of our lair readers desiie to interest
themselves in the cterprise, they may do s j
witli perfect coiilideuce.
Emplovment for Ladies The most eli
gible and profitable employment we have
heurd of lor Ladies is the sale ol certificates
for the Great Gilt Distribution of Arrmdale
& Co. A lady of onr acquaintance has been
very succcfsful in this way, not only in fil
ling her o n purse, but also in doing a good
turn lo those lo whom ehe sold the certifi
cates, as will be teen by our sdver'isiiig
columns. Gentlemen can also be thus en
gage I A" Y Sunday Mircurj
aoents We want agents in every regi
ment and in every town and county in the
country. bikI thote acting as such will be'
allowed 10 cents on every certificate ordered
by them, provided their re nitiuiice amount!
to one dollar also other inducements which
can be learned on applicition. Agen's will
collect "25 cents for every certificate, ami re-1
mil 15 cent? to us, either in cash or postage
June Isl-65 6w 167 Bioadway N.,
SHERIFF'S SALE. ,
Suite of Ohio, Vinton County,
J. Martindill. t'lttt. 1 in conn oi
linn. Dill, fc Jobn Dill Deftsj On Exocutinn.
Byvirtno nfaii Execution to ml Hireutod from
the Court of Cuinmon Pleas of Vinton Conn
John Dill. & the Founder f Benjaudii
t v iiiiin. i will onur inr aaie i
in llamdeu Clinton ip., Viuvon couniy
Saturday June tha lOtVt 1865,
between the hours of ten o'clock, A. M..an l
1 dav. tha fo'lowiii
property. to-w!t Onj Portable saw mill and
rlglllgS. aiSO OieVUU JIIIWO.IMIQ u.-.r.
0 eyiring wagon ana on'i umwn
Tifken as the iiroper'y pr Benjamin ant
John Dill to aatisf a ju Igmont in favor vf
Martidill. , . ,
Terms or e'h lo ban 1
Const aabuk ds khivxl, J.J. pHO.Kr.i .
AUys- for ritff ona. v. o. u.
May 25th 185 5v
- . f.u ...
Geo- L. Will Adminitrator of the estate
H . lMf. late ef Vinton Couo
t Ohio, decease has filed his accounts and
Touchers for inspection snd fid.l wtuemfnt
and that th. same will be passed upon oa
8'h day 01 July 1865.
Jane 15, 1865.-? tv ProbaU Judi.
&a Oi-TiO H ' OlREAD
Dr. . C(DOTE IB.
Ilaviitr t nribased the Drns fflablis-bment of Dodce and Phil,.
and u'I'kil .1 new and complete supply thereto, would c-ill aticutiou
dj lowest price ol Lit
i IlAlIfTPAiNT, WASHAND CAMELlHAIlt
WINES AMD LIQUORS
of aM d 'siriptions for
and everything else in tbe DRUG
Wo hnv and
Co.nnstcnt Phvscians and Drtigziet, will attend to tbe making
Ul tltCllinic l.'niipvuun'M
Give ua a call and we warrant Baiiuiacnuu.
V Jnlv 23th 1364,- lyr
1 50 BRANDY,
line at Cincinnati retail PRI C
sell for CASH
Medicines or 1 'reBcrintiutie. day or 1
. . " '
Dr A. CONDE.
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
Nan l after Monday
Ooiulnr31 1964, and
until! furthor notico, trains will run as lol-
MAIL GOING EAST,
Leaves Cincinnati at 7:40 A. M.s Lnaves Love
and. at S oi A. M.i arrives at Chillicothe at
li;29 P.M.; Leaves Chillieotho at 12:50 P. M.;
l-uves Ilainden -lunction nt 1:1 P.M.; leavos
MuArihtir. at 2i3t P. M.; leavos Z doski, at 3:01
P. M., leaves Alliens at 4:13 P. M. Arrive
it Miirietta at 6:55 P. it.; arrives at Parkers-
burg at 7:0 P. M
MAIL GOING WET.
l.ciivos Parkorsbni-g, at 7:10 A. M.J leaves Mar
ietta at 7:t.'i A M.; leuvos Athens at 1 :31 A.
1 . . ... '..I.t,: II.J', A M l..u..loAf-
uri m.; 'fam.ien 'unctim at 13:8-2
i Arrives at Ohiiiicothe at l:b1 P.M.;
j Leave Chillicothe at 2 H P. M.;
latid at n:5d P. M.; arrives at
Z.iloaki Freight carying
McArthur gooi bin at tr:oO A. M.;
West a. 2:34 r. M.
Tho Accommodation Train Leaves Chillieotho
it 5:20 A.M.; arrives at Ciueinnatti at 10:25 A.
M. loaves Concinnali at 8:30 P. M ; arrlvosal
I', illienthn at 9:50 P. M.
rum petl, ins are maoe at
Trian- to und from Columbus: -d at Ilamden
v . u.:,l. I.uln. I.t ..) r.i.m l'.irl.Mlilnllt.n
JUUCIIOU WHM KIBIiir . .
JOHN DLUAND, Sup't.
H. P. AMBROSE,
KFEr.-'con.-tiin'ly on hau l and mannfactura
to ider everv variety a' d style (d
ladies anu(;ents saddles
which for workmanship a Ml stock will comparo
with any simitar work in H aithern Ohio.
ALSO, ilarncs riiglo anu (?orble Sits,
fro.-n the lainot t'i th-- fl eft monnC'd. Also
evo ry variety of RHing Bridles ai.d llsl'ers.
AI I of which will beold at the lowest cush fig
ures Call and ximine st "ek on hands.
Miy H13- 5.-2ino.
lUEN.Nril NATIONAL BANK-
('F TIIK Cm OF NEW YORK.
, .nk receive, th. acoonnt. ef Bank,
B nBllk w;bli torm,. 0f iudi
tbe nals keopinj New York aoeonats.
I J. T. 11 ILL. Cash'r. J. K. OtlVIS fm'U
mvcb 3, '65-li-j,
Al'l I'AL, 81O0OO0O. 1.II I,
AGl NT OF Tilt
Ako SrxcuL Agist fob Jat C ooai,
Will do Iver 7-S Notes Free of charge, by ex
nreas to all oa'is of the c mntry, and receive
In payment ;b:k
pj,r and Bosto n. .
on few I r. ruuausi-
Lll . I .11 il .
nireui nuis. nu an u.
- int. Imriiat noiti
ith interest to date
of subseriptien. Order sent by mail will
IiIPOKTANT FINE ART ANNOUNCEMENT
OF NEW YORK,
Beg to annnnuce the completion, fur Immcdia e
delivory to Subcribers. of he Superb
WASvIIIXGTOX BECEIVIXG ASALLTE
ON THE FIELO OF TRINTON.
From the original painting, by thoso dis
J.FAED, R.S.A.,and R. AN DELL R.A.
It Is endorsed as a work of Art by a host of
eminent men, as evidenced by the opinions sub
THE HON. EDWARD EVERETT.
"A yery pleasing ami happily executed work
an engraving ol rare beauty."
i,t. c;i:n, himfiuli) scott.
"Cannot be c onteniplaled without an incrons
ed love of every public and privato virture."
W IN F1KLD SCOTS.
TIIK AnCIIIlISIIOPOF SLW iOIIK.
"It is Indeed a beautiful speoimen of Art."
FKED. L, 4 III RL'II.
"I am delighted with the Engraving; it d-ies
full justice to the nobis simplicity and dignity,
wuicn js (lie great charm of tho pic'nrn."
1-UL'll O MMTPP!
FKED. E. CHURCH
HON. H M1. II. S E A It D.
"Offer m) congratulations upon the patriot
ism and good taster how n. and upon the success
ful executiou of the woik."
PKLSIDI-NTJOF THE I'NITFD STATES
"Accept my congratulations npon the comple
tionof lliis very beautiful work."
HENRY W. LONGFELLOW.
"Beaut. fully executed Accept my bes.
wishos yo ur succes.'
' H.-VV. LONGFELLOW.
MAJOR GEE PIIEUMAN, U.S. A.
Fully merite tho high enenninms it has ro
ved." W. T. ti.UiWAtf, Mij. lan.
This msg l'f i t Line Fi.grsvtrig is
THE I fKNTOA iV AKXUL SE'llES
in tir" I ilas v n k ' v i t. ul Aine'ii an bubjeets,
t be isMied ea h year allot' which will be
or g nul orks, ai.d of the highest order of
inerile.at thel-w price of
which includes free admission to theOallery nf
tbe Amk ution at a1! times and an interest in
Tweutr Thouind Dollars worth of
and othe r work s of Art to be PRESENTED to
Th S ubtcribtrs for th.Cuntnt Tears Engravinj
Ncgotiationa with distinguished artists for
works for tl.tnre year irsnes are now pending,
i-ecuring to the 'SubKribeis, Engravings of
luiportauce, Benty, Originality A Vulue
Copies of tbe WmMitjtm rteticing a SuluU
oa Uu Field a Trenton.'' may bo seen ai W il
ltams a Evihitt's Boston; Butcer Perrioo a
' Way, Baltimore; Jame 8 fcARH a Hons,
'Philadelphia, Philf & S010H05, Washlnton,
I V Urachtosel. Chictgo. K. W. Carboll, it
'C). t'lncinnati; I'kttX' b Liatbs, St. Louis;
I the Gallery of the National Akt Association,
... . 1 ,.'.1 11 I M VL .1
1.56 1 eiid 53 Broadway New York, also t th.
priiieiiai nil owiva iu v.-ij vii ju u
graving wilt be forwarded, secure! t
seksd hi a strong tube, npon roceipt of FIVE
iiLi.AKiS, direetea to tne Actuary at tne Hal
leriea. as above, or box 442V. Poat Office New
York. It can also be obtained of the subrib
er, who Is tb. local Agent of tbe National Art
May lX(tf Mo Arthur Ohio.
SPRING AND SUMMER FA8H
,10 N S FOR 1865.
I.ldlll.l: II. WILL,
Hen and Dojs Clothing,
Mc Arthur, Ohio.
receive J a Urgf and spina-
did slock of
LIGHT & DARK COLORD COATS
MEN'S BOYS 4ND YOUTHS SUITsJ
Neatly got up
P4NTS AX D VESTS
Of arious p.itterns of American and French
Ca.osinvres and cut in the latest style to
gether with a tasty assortment of
Shirts iiud IVeck Ties.
I ber li'ive to I m form the PuMic that, bar
ing purchased our entire stock of ClotrMnj;
ami Furnishing Goods at ,he present heavy
decline n Gold and t he consequent depre
ciation in the value of Merchandise am
1 here lore eniihled willing and ready to sell
my goods fully in accordance with that de
cline and which cannot foil to attract the
attention of clo-e buyers even at the present
depressed state ol the market
I guarantee my Clothing to
Fit Well or ko Sale! !
I also Lavs a nice assortment of
Tranfo, Vliae ani drpel Bug
Don't fiil to examine my stock be Tore ptr
chasing elsewhere as money can bt sTd
GEORE B. WiLt'i
June 8th 1865 tf
Lncetta Rockhold Administratrix of th. es
tate of Ephraim Sockbold, late of Vinton
County Ohio, deceased, has filed her,aecoaDt
and tod ches. tor inspection and Baal settle
rnent, and that th. same will be pa and open
on the iTtUdajofMay A.D. HAS.
JHy4,185-l yr Probst. Jnla.