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The lleArhur Democrat
OFFICIAL: Ol.OAN OF VlNToNCOCKJY.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT
rCB llttiL KGTICI8 ELE rOUHTHrAOE;
Til It TUUK ROAD TO IUtU, 1(1 TO ADVMTIsS
tour wnim. TERMS, PAY IN ADVANCE.
Dr. Itaphsu'l.
as cliango liis resilience) Irotn
Ciiiclnr.ut; to CUicnjo. All Letters
are to bo ttJclrossed to liim ia follows.
Ull. It A I'll ALL,
IV x No tL'U7, 1W Office,
('micao-v I m issis.
TakTVotice,
Till-: notes end aroimts of 1$ ? Hewitt
liaibeiMi left in theluindsof l-rancia
Similes, for collection. If not paid by the
firsldav of lSM.ttiey will be collected
August,
by law. V. SIIA'lKf,
Mr. J. W. Lotus, a citen of
our County ami a tUeliaru! a-'ljiur
ot tho OOtli Ui't!. Iiavin U a lo;,' is
ia Hi)'' o:t our citiz w, f'T tlio U
li.iHi ot riei'ivin biuiscnuoia, 10 uir
'u 3u and Spy, t thrilling history o!
Bo-jhua in tho war Every person
bl.o.iU l:ttvi-a ci-ji.V aul wo h. o our
puoi.'ta will subscribe) libt rally. Mu
Loi-itn is u worthy voting man. boe
ad.'iirlitJfinoiit in "!lutJi!iiu"-
rXriilioWN DuvTIIintS, Wllolt8.il'
and Ketai' Dtalcra in Groceriea and
Liquor, rorUiuoutli, Ohio, have
uow on luind mil aro constantly re
coi vin-' u Iiiil'j titock of Givca'tos und
Liquors. This firm ia well kno wn,
and lor m.uiy years h:ivo dotiu biui
hub wild oar dualera; and all con
Oiir in Buying that thoy Imvu been
fairly daalt with at this house. Our
t'riuiiJtJ w;il do well to u'ivo them a
call.
Soo curl in another column.
UCWAKU AeoOCUTlUN, l'lllt.ADlX-
rnu, L'a. Wo havj advertised for
Ibid Association mail) years, and
liavo tbtuiiL tho mannyera to bo men
of hu3ice64, who conduct their ufl'.iirs
iu an boncrahlo and systematic
maimer. Wo bcliovo the Institution
ia in every respect a reliable one.
uud well worthy of tho cor.lid uco of
tho public.
Jonh lloUfli. The o.d VU mouth
IloU:c, in Portsmouth, nut chunked
haudf-i Mr. U. W. Jones lias jmr
chiieuJ and completely remodeled
and overhauled iho llouaoand im
proved it very much.' Our Iriende
who visit l'ortsnvnth bhould by ali
moans u'tvu Mr. Junks a cml. His
t bio and rooms aro all tlut you
u rn wish, and surpass! by none
ot'.ier in Portsmouth. Cull uud tee
in yourselves.
A. CAD TO INVALIDS,
Ani(r-iea
A (.'Icrirymaii whil ro-i.lir.'i
an a iii'isionary diioovdrul iiMiluand Hi m
l.lo r..iiiM.ly lor lln'i 'iiro ul NiTVoin 'A'cuknoss.
Karly Dcciy. Diwuaja ot'tlio Urinary and
Soininal Oritiuin. and tho ivhol.i train ol'diaor
dura briiiilnoiiby buiiut'nl and vioioin liuHi.
lii-cut i.i'.mbiiia uuvu bcun already cured by this
noMu roiiiudy. l'romy'o'i liy a iluniu u, hew
lit bu "llhcted an I unfortunate, I will boihI
thu ruci o f ir p'-ojiari'ii; nipt lining tliU iikiI'i
e'uujin anoa'.od cuvolopc.to' any ono wbo uccd
it, KlILE OK ClIAlKIIS.
I'lcii-o In 'loso u postpaid oovolopo, uddrwa
ud lo yourself.
AddruaA
JOSLIMI T. IX.UAN,
r-TATio: 1). Hiiii.k 11'Ui.k,
Ma?: 14:h t.V..--i,r. Nj v York fi ty.
10;00 REWAlvD'
C-i'l'RAYE!) OK STOLEN. FROM THE
ri.SIIl'.yL'niP.tlR .ON the 3Ul Jav nf May
lust, a wrrel Mure, five yeiirs clu, and ubout
fifteen htviitli high wttliaseuron tlie inmi
nart of the Ihiitli of lie near h.nd leR. The
above reward vi 11 be paid to any pemon re
turning aiid inaie to nie.
JOHN HESELDEN.
Za!eEki,Juiie 8, 1855 2 tv
vcwi ci'idtc rnu
oniiiiu 1 uii iou'i
HE Git EAT INVENTION OP THE AGE
HOOP SKIRTS.
J. V. MUDL.EY'8 Now Patent 1UI'LEX
KLhll'TlCfor (bHbl)SI'KlNH 8MIKT
WK3T8' BKADLEY & CAKY, lato J. I. A
,1 O. W.ist.) SOLE I'ltOl'lilETOUS and MAN
VKAGTUUEltij. !7 Cbambora uud 79 and 61
Koudi Stnet New York.
THIS INVENTION cmiaiaU of DUPLEX (or
two) Elliptic S?tel Springs, ingoninunlv Braid
ed Tinbtly and Firmly topetbored? toedgo,
niakin(rtbe.ougbeat. moat flexiblo Elastic and
l)urable Spring ever osod. Tboy seldom Bond
or Break like the Single Springs, and conso
miently Preserve tbeit Perfect and lioautifut
bbnpe Twioo an Long as ny otbor Skirt.
TI19 iroNULRFOL yLKXHULiTV and Great Com
fort and pleasure to any Lady wearing the
Duplex EUipic Skirt will.bo experienced parti
cularly in all Crowded Asscmblica, Ouenis.
Carriages, Uailroad Cars' Church l'ows, Arm
Chain, for Promenado and Uouse Dress, us (lio
Skirt can be folded, wbon in uso, to occupy a
rmall place as easily as a S'Mk or Mnslin Dross.
A ludy having enjoyed the pleasure, comtnrt
and great convenience of wearing tho "Duplex
Ell'ptio Steel Surinu Skirt" for a aiuglo day.
will never afterwards willingl dispense with
their use. For Children, Misses, and Young
Ladies, they are superior to all others.
Thoy are tbe Best Quality In ovcry part,
and Unquestionably tho Lightest, Most Desira
ble, Comfortable and economical Skirt ever
made.
KCB SALE in oil First Class Stores in this
City and throughout tbe United States, and
Canadaa, Havana da Cuba, . Mexico, South
Amor ica, and tbe West Indies.
INQUIRE TOR TUB DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT.
April 20, 1865. 13 vr.
FRESH GAM FRUIT.
1J1NK-APPLES, l'oaohea, Stiawberrios.Black
. bcrrya Green Pensjnat roceived and for
kttla at tho Dru? Store of
Dr. A.CONDEE.
II S. MO I.IIU
TUIRD SERIES ,
$230,000,000.
By authority oi the Secretary of tlie Treaa
ury, the uiiJoroi'neJ tbo General Subscription
Agency f"f tut sale of United States Sjourirties
otfisr tu the public the lliirj series of Treasuay
Noun, bourui,' icvou and tliroo tenths per
eeut. . iut.rost, per unnum known as the
sic vlx- Turn ty l oa y.
. I.csu iiulc uru Uiwcl under dale of July,
!., iv,.., nn.; are pya!ld tluca jt-nri frvm
Miui il.itu, !u cMrrviicy, or uro -jwiivcrliuld ai
t o uj.tiuii ot llm bolder into
I'. S. 5 -20 six pt r t in.
COLD-nEAIMNG LONDS.
Ilicsa h(.n,lK bru now worth a lmndaomc
prom urn. kii.1 ru iinpt, aro tin covorn
incut Ii:iml-, fioni Sluto C unly an.l Miiiiii lpu
UiXalion, which a.Msfroiii mig tj llirto po ' lunt.
(or iii.iiiu lo their v.iluu, aii'i Minp ti the riu'i
l.viu.l on iij mi u' lur prnporty. The iiiturusn
is pjyaijlu ciiir-uiii:ual hy toiip. i!i uttuchud
lo tuJi nolo, wh'uli may bo cut offuuj nuld to
any bank or hauler.
Tho liii(!i'ct ut1-3i' per cenl; nmouiiN 10
lii'' mint pur c
Two wilts on
Ten o'l a
-0 on a
tl oil u
lay iii a i't't imta.
' f I U nolo
:.mi noto
(It)Oi nolo
SOUO uulca
.o,u.i,ol ull ilciiuiiiiuatior.a tianiod will Lo
pr..iu,i;y 'urni.,iijj u,,uU recoil of kub.iiii
tn-ns.
Th" Nt
of t lii i Thirl Scriua i.ru picoscly
siiniwr In li.na uud pnvili-Kua to thu Suvon
Tiiiii.M u!ro:ily s.. .xccptlliat thy (i.iv.rn
m.wil rurx'.i tu i-Il'lliM i..ti..ii of paying in-:u-.;st
in C'ddciu ut tl per cent., it i-tca.'l of 7 3
lOLli iu cinroiicy. Knhwribur will deduct the
ins.cie.-t in ciirrciico up to July lSih, ut i,0
ti.no u l,cn tl.oy aubsutibo.
U he delivery of tliu nole.n of tbia tbird ktIok
of thu Suvcn-liiirliud will coiuinonco on tlio Ut
ol June, ai.J will lie niadu pro"iuplly uudcou
joiioii.sly uller that Uuto.
Tuo jii'lit cbu.ua nu lo iiith) oin.litloiM of
thisillllij ijKUIKS uU'jcta oi;ly tbo matter of
iuiorc.v.. Tho puyiiuiii, in goU, if made, oil!
bo .)! i vi.Iu lit U tlio ciirrunoy iuic.u.'t of tbe
hil ci r.'tu.
The return t .pecto pnyinuiim In tbo oveiil
i.f w hie It only will th.- oitiuu to py Interest ill
old bu uvaiiod of, Wuuld m rodlleouild e piaiu"
1 1 iocs lb tl puf.'basu.i lnuJu uilii ixol' cent,
in !! I amiKI bo"lully vipiul to those made wl.b
seven and llnoe-ieiijia per cent iu currency.
Tllir. i.i
m m loax is mm
Now ottered by tbo tioveiliinclit, and It nupcr
lor ail jiiliio niako it tlio
UV IMl'UI.AU LMN OKT.IE i'lXU'I.i:.
Less than :j,!)0',ill'O of tlm Imn Htitlioi b.M
by liio i; Miu'iu.-s arouo.v on liiu niurkut. Tins
amouid.Al lint ralJ alwbiehii is luiu abs n b
cd, will bo siilnjiiou I I'm within sixty-days,
when llio li lies will il'ul.'uliic.i y eiiliiinaii.l a
premium, ua lias uuil'oriuly heuntlio vitso on
clo.-iiij; tl.u .-ii'-ciipiioiis Lo other I.o..u.i.
In order that citizens of every town ami sn
tioiiol'iho cuii.itry may hi .i;l'.nl:l facililitr
for lukinv' tlie loan, lboK.ilion.il li.inlis, Siale
Hanks, i'P.1 1'iivaiu liatikcrs tbr iii'li"ut tno
O' lLitrv b:;vj i:,uraily ajn-ed t. rocuivo aub-
ip'l'ns at par., Su!i.:ri bers will selcottb"ir
ov.'n ni'.-n.:.. it ',Mn. in tliey li n It--:. -e.
i:.'l wi.-i .1:1; Lo n.j r.t'..n-ioi j r,i tins -ie-
ivory 01 i'u U'Jli a ir m.u Mi v n-. i:'". ir-
lers. J a 1 i:ui;;i;,
ht ii?. ini'Ti ,N A si:mt, I'liihidi-lpbi
Suiitcuii'i 1.1. s w 111. 1 in 11 n 1. 1 by tbo
Kirst Nliniial liui.U of I' hii lie. I.o,
First National liaiik of l.!iiici nuali.
First Niilioiiul Hank of .Uh'i'n.
l''ll"-l N ai i.l.u ll:l. of '.iris ll.u'JI,
Mi.y B.'ith 'iLI Si in.
Koiii:::T vi;i.rii s d.st.vtj:.
V"T('K is
orcly given that the .-ubs.ribo
In-cn npiHiiiil-J un.i imi.,Ii livil i k ii.iiiiiii
i.-ual( r in. ili't isUituot Kubeit U elMi, Into of
. 11. ton ruin iv d.'eea-.o.l.
Juno a-J .-!."" a -v DAVli) KOHMM N.
S 1 1 EI. IKE'S SALE.
S'.nle (f 0iio, VI n Ion Vjuumi,
J. Martitulill. Piltr.! In Court ot
iigninst f. Coiiir.ionl'bas
lion. Dill, it John Dill Deft. J On Execution.
By vi 1 tuo of nil Execution tomj directed from
tlie Court ot Common l'lo.as of Vinton Conn
'y, Ohio, 1 will odor for mlo at tlm 'table ol
John Dill, & the Foundory of Benjamin Dili,
iu lluindcii Clinton Tp. , Yiulou County Ohio,
on
Saluvilts hine tho Oih 1S05,
botwion tho boors of ten o'ol.mk, A. M..nuJ
four o'clock. P. M., of said day, he followin
propetty. to-ivit, : Ono Portable saw mill and
rigings. also eleven plows, 0110 two horse Wilson
o..e spring wairon and ono Brown bo'so
'I'likon us tbo property of Buuianiin am'
John Dill to satisfy a judgment in favor of
J. Maridill.
Tkiims ut Sm.k, v& ia hand
COXSTAAIILE (Si NlllVLL, J.J. SIIO.lKEY.
Mtyt. for I'litf Shu". V. Co. O.
MaV S3th ISno iiir
NOTICE.
Gpo. L. Will Admiiiitrtili.r of ftie isti'e
cf William II, Long, late ef Vinton Coun
ty Ohio, decease has filed his accounts and
vouchers fr inspection snd final eetueinent
and that th same will be passed upon 011
tlieS'h day of July I8(i5.
RICHARD CRAIG,
June 15, 18fi5. 3v Probate Judge.
SHERIFF'S SALE
lt'ioburd Ashurst & Son 1
ytuAiNST. On order of
E. A. Rrattun. John C. P. Vsalo.
Ilrown.IIunry Koynolds, and Vondi No. 8
L. Holland. J
By virtnoof an Vend! Exponas tome dircjt
ed fron. tho Court of Common Pleas of Vinton
oniUv. Ohio, I will offer for sail at the door of
tho Court Ilouso in McArtbnr. Vinton county on
oalitr&iy the da of May A. D.
betweeu the mors ot (en o'clock A. M. aid.
four o'clock P. M . of said day, the following
P'ouo'ty, to-wit: The North half of Jn-lot
"jT, exeep 1 feet olf of th South side of said
North half, also, tbe West half af la-Lot No.
116 in iho town of Mc Arthur, Vinton county.
Ohio. Takon as the property of Edward A
Bratton to satisfy a judgment in favor of
Richard Akhurst & son. ArrnAisED at, Lot
No. 07, two hundred and fifty dollars, half lot
IH approiel at twenty dollars. aDd pi list
hnng two thirds of that sura, forms of sale
Cash in band.
JonN J. SIIOCKEY, Sbe'ff V. C.O.
April 23, 'W-4W.
IMPORTANT ANNOUSCMES r.
GREAT SALE
OF
WATCHES, CHAIXS, RIXCSlc
ONE MILL ION DOLLARS WORTH;
TO BE DISPOSED OK AT
One Dollar Each!
Without iegrd to Value ! Not to be paid for
uulil you know what you are to receive ! 1 1
Splendid of Articles!! All lo be
kuld 111 tine Dollar lim h !l f
COO Musical Boxo :0 to tlSOottch
liO ' with Bulla and
.astinit -MO to 500 each
.WO Silv' ToapoU eoiree Urna 10 to oU each
iOO ". dialing Dihei 80 to lot) each
1000 '" loo l iteliera 20 to 50 each
ii'KJ " Syrup euiia OvMilvers l lo 50 each
.',iHKI ' gobleln Adriukiiigcups 5 to 50 eiu di
;!(Kin " Caster 15 to 60 each
J'.UO " Fruit, Card and Cake
J'aakets i!0 to each
."000 Duz. Silv' Tea Spooni 10 to SiOdo.
liwo " " Table spoom and
Forks 20 to 40 do2.
ijO Cents gol.l hiiiiting caso
Wvlciios o0 to I W each
jU Ladies Cold Ac Euaniold hunt
ing case Watches 5 to "Oeao
CiOJ Uonu' liiintiug-eaiH) Silver
Watches 3 to 70 eaoh
:oO Dininuiid U'uig 50 to loo each
Hi"U (iu.J Neck Vest rhiii ns. 4 to UOcach
MOO " Oval UanA lliaoolets.. 4 to 8 eaoh
.0oi) Jui. uuj Cold Bracelets....- 0 to 10 eaoh
OUO Ciritelaiee Ouurd chains S to OeaeU
"000 Solitaire 4 Uold Brooches.. 4 '0 10 each
. Vj 0 Coral opaUeinuraid hrooihos4 to Beach
oouo Mosaic, Jet, Luva and Floieu-
lino tar Drops 4 la 8 each
i'kJO Coral, Opal it: Emerald drops 4 to 6 oaih
lo ( I'ai. iJiaiuou.l llroast l'in-'i,.'.0 to 10 each
iOOO Fob .fc Vest Watch-keys.. i,50 to 8 each
5 " Sots Sleuve-bultons irStuds 3 to 8 each
1 "
4 "
IU''
1 "
a "
Foo Yea: Kibbun-stides-. 8 to l o.u.'b
Hold Thiiulilcs Ov Pencils. 4 to tieach
Miuialuio Lockets i AO to U each
" " Magiu springs 10 to HO each
Toothpicks, Croeacs ac 2 to (teach
I'iain liold Hings 4 ro 10 each
ilia.-ed Cold Kill's 4 to 11 each
.V'jho set it Siurnct Hint's 2,30 to 1(1 oaeh
Cal. Diamond Kings 2 to 10 each
CmM l'eus silver Extensiou
llohlcrsanl 'ciicils 4 to IOoacb
(told PensoiltoU Mounted
Holders 6 to 10 each
Uold Pons Uuld Ex'ena
Holders 15 to 2j eaob
7 " Sctn Ladies Jowelry Jet
and (old 5 to lo each
4 " Sots Ladled Jowelry 011100.
Pearl 01. id and otberstones.4 to lSeacb
.1 " Ladles tiitl A: Jet Buckles.. 6 to lioaeh
i " " itair liars
Balls 5 to IOoacb
AlUtANDALE As Co. Manufacurors Agent
No. lo7 llroadv) ay , New York.
Anuouncn '.hut ull of the abjjvo list ot' good?
will be fold lur One Dollar each.
In i'uii3ca,u('iice ol the greut 6tuf!iiutian of
irude in tlie in.iiiiif.ieuirii g districts of
Und, il.ri'Ujrli the war liuving cut off the
supply ol cotton, a large quantity of Valua
ble Jevvehy, originally intended fo' the Eng
lish market, has been sent off for sale in' this
COIilltiy AND MUST EB SOLU AT AN V 8ACIII-
Kits! Under tlii'se cinuiiistances, abran-
uale &, co., acting as ngeuts for the princi
pal Eutupeuii inuuiil'uuliireis, liavo resolved
upon a giciil Gilt Appoitiomneiit to divided
according lo the following reuU'.iuus:
bcrliliLates 01 1 tie vunoui trticles are put
into envelopes iinli?i riniiiiHtelv, sealed up
and when onlered, are token out witi.ou t re
,i,nd in choiie, and sent by inuil.tlms show-
Hi'' no lavnritisiii. Un receint ol the tertt-
iicute.yuu will tee tvhut you ate to liuve.aiid
tnuii it ii at yi.ur option U xend the dollar
uud lake the article or nut. 1'urclUfCrs may
ti.Us obtiiu a Giiid Watch, Diaiiiimd King,
or any tet of Jewelry oil out list lor One
DoM.au.
Si nd 25 rents, fur Certifiextn
Iu all tiniinactioiisby 111.11', .wo s'lull charge
lor Inrvvuiiiing tlie Certificated, paying pot
iii! uud (luinj; the biirines8,'i5ct8 eucli. which
iuii8t be inclosed vilien the certilicate is
icul for. Five cerlilicutes will ho sent for
til, eleven tor thirty for 5, sixty-live
lor tlO. one liuiiilred fnr&ld,
Wlni I liif '"I'i es'' say f us
7 'he L"fai)Llk(lnd.) liaily Courier ilnret
18. siii's.
'A betier selected, more varied or fash
ionable u.-si'i'lnient of ievelry can not be
luiiiid 011 1 lie cniitiiietil lliiiu Arruuilale iSt
Co. ure now oH'crin. Mjs'-i's Airardale &,
co. ui eiiiy a high positiun iu cuinnierciul
circles as men entirely uuove the coiiiicou
tiickerv ol trade, I heir etateiiients may be
implicitly relied upon, both as to the cliarac
ter of their goods and manner of ilis-posai,
Ladies especially ill all purl of the country,
ore realizing '. audnoiue profits us ains. and
if any ol our lair leaders ili'Mre to interest
tin Hi-elves in the elcrprUc, they may do so
with perfect confidence.
Kmi'LoViYiknt ton La hi ls The most eli
gible and profitable employment we have
heurd ol lor Ladies is the tale of certificates
for I he Great Gilt Distribution of Arraudule
&. Co. a lady of our acquaintance Ihs been
very successful in this wuy, not only in til
ling her own purse, but also in doing a good
turn to those to w hom she sold the certifi
cates, as will be seen by our advertising
columns. Gentlemen i nn also be thus en
gaged A" Y Sunday Mircury
agents We wunt ugeu'.s iii every tei
inent uud in every town and county in the
country, anil those acting as such will be
allowed 10 cents on every teil'.ficale ordered
by them, provided their re niltaiice amount
to one. dollar also other inducements which
can be learned un application. Agents will
collect 25 tents for every cettificale, mid re
mit 15 cent a to us, either iu cash 01 postage
stumps.
ARRANDALE&Co.
June Ist-G5-Gw- 107 Broadway N.Y,
SADDLE &
HARNESS
MANUFACTORY.
Hi P. AMBROSE,
lHcAnnti'R, Onto.
T.rEErS constantly on hand and rnanufactnrs
IV to ordor, every variety and stylo of
LADIES AND GENTS SADDLES
which for workmanship and Block will compare
with any similor work in Southern Ohio.
ALSO, Harness aingte and c'oublo 'ts.
from the plainest to tho nnost mounted. Alsoj
every variety .ot Kiting Jinnies and Halters.
Al 1 of which will bevdd at tbe lowest cuab g
uros. Call and examico stock on. lunda.
May 19 lS65.-2mo,
- H.
'HULBERTS CORNER,
Br. . (CCD MB EE.
Having turch8ed tho Drug fBtablitlimcnt of Dodgo and Phill
and added u new and complete-uuj'jjly thereto, wuuld call attoutioa
fthdjowest pike of Lit
DRflGS,
PALM,
oi s,
ME
STUFF ,
ko.
HAIH, PAINT, WASH
BSIIUSMES.
f
FINE 1 50 BRANDY,
WINES AHD LIQUORS
of all doRfiriptions for Uodical purposes
TUTTY.
GLASS,
INKS.
LAMPS.
WHITE LEAD,
CIGARS.
TOUACCO
SNUFF
and everything elao in the DRUG
W.c buy and
ONLY
Competent L'hysciana and DrnggtBt, will attend to the making
of accurate compounding of all Medicines or i'reecriptiutifl, day or
night. Give ua a call and wc warrant satisfaction.
July 28th 1864,-lyr. Dr A. CONDE.
OH - O - H&-
CHEMICALS
PEllFLUFUY.
AND CAMEL HAIlll
line at Cincinnati rotall i'RI C
sell for CASH
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
ON.and after Monday, Ootober31. 1SS4, And
untill further notico, trains will run as fol
ows: MAIL GOING EAST,
Loaves Cinclmiati at 7:40 A. M.: Loaves Love
Hiid, at S:.".1 A, M.; arrives ut Cbillieothe at
1 2 :2U P.M.; Leaves Chillioothe at 12:50 P. M.;
loaves HaniJeii Junction nt2:OP. M.; leaves
MoArtlnif. at2;al P.M.; loaves Zaloski.al 3:nl
P. M., leaves Athens nt4:U P.M. Arrives
st Marietta at 11:55 P. M.; arrives at Purkors
hurg at 7:00 P. M.
MAIL Q01NO WEST.
Leave Parkorsbnrg, at 7:10 A. M.; leavos Mar
ietta at 7:45 A.M.; leavos Atbons at 1 :31 A.
M.; loaves Zaloski, 11:45 A. M.: leaves McAr
tbur, 12:13 P.M.; Hamdon -I unction at 12:32
A.M. Arrives at Ohilliootho at 1:53 P.M.;
Leaves Chillioothe at 2:1S P.M.; leave Love
land at S:5il P. M.; arrives at Cincinnatti al
700 P.M.
Zaleski Freight carying passengers, passes
McArlhur going East at :oO A. M.; going
West a', 2:84 P. SI.
The Accommodation Train Leaves Cbillieothe
at 5:20 A. M.; arrives at Cincinnatti at 10:25 A.
M.; leaves Coiii.'innnti st 3:30 P. M.; arrlvosat
Ci.illicothe atS:5i) P. M.
(Joni.cotions aro made at Lovoland with
Trians to and from Columbus; and at llamden
Junction will) trains to and from Portsmouth
JOHN DUI'.AND, Sup't.-
NOTICE TO BRIDGE
BUILDERS
NOTICE hereby given that tho Commissio
ners of Vinton County, Ohio, will moot in
Zulcski Madtsou Township on
Saturday tcii2tA day of July 18C5,
At ton o'clock, P.M., on said day, for the
porposo of letting to the lowest lesposiblo bid
der tho building of a Tostle Rridgo aCtho
crossings cf Raccoon Creek at or near the
south oast end of Commercial Streot where the
Pratsville and Zaliski Road crosses and also the
Roud leading from Zideski to Packorda Mill in
Knox Township.
Jiv order of CVimmlssionom
11. C. M COKE Aud'r V.Co.O.
April 13th ISdS-bw.
S CO-PARTKEBSilIP NOTICE.
Eagle Fuhnacr, Ohio,
June5ih lftGo
D. W. C, Frazee having purchased
the entire interest of 0 IV Gunning ia the
lat firm of Frazee. Gunning & Co., tlie
imdprRiirncd will continue the business of
manufacturing Tig Iron under the firm
name of Frazee & Hamilton, and will set
tie the business of tbe late firm:
D.W.C. FRAZ5E,
June 8, 1865- H.S. HAMILTON
DISOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP .-
Eagle Furnace, Ohio. )
June 5th 1865.
The Co-partnership heretofore existing be
twee n the undersigned under the firm name
of Frazee, Gunnino & Co., is this day
dissolved by mutual consent.
D.W.C. FRAZEE,
O.T. GUNNING.
June 8, 1865-4 w H.S. HAMILTON,
For Blank Deeds. Call at
IslPOKTANT FINE ART ANNOUNCEMENT
national -i Association
OF NEW YORK,
lieg to nnnounofl the conipleiion.for ImmcdiaU
delivery to Suhcribers, of 'ho Superb
Steel-Lino Engraving,
YASII1XGT0 HECEIVIXG ASALUTE
ON THE FIELD OF TRENTON.
From the oriziuul painting, by thoo die
tinguished Artists,
J.FAED, U.S. A., and R.ANDELL R.A.
It is endorsed as a work of Art by a host of
ominent men, as evidenced by tbeopiuiouasub
joined.
THE HON. EDWARD EVERETT.
" A very pleasing and happily executed work
an engraving of rare beauty."
EDWARD EVERETT.
l.T. GEN, W1M FIELD SCOTT.
"Cannot be contemplated without nn iccreas
ed love of ovory public and private virture."
WINF1ELD SCOTS.
TIIM AltCIIRISMOPOF NMV OKK.
"It is indeed a beuutiful specimon of Art."
JOHN McCLOSKEY.
FHCD. E, CHURCH.
"I am delighted with the Engraving; it does
full .justice to the nohlj simplicity and dignity,
which i too great charm of the pictnro."
FKED.E. CHURCH
HON. WIU. II. SEWAItl).
"Offer in) congratulations upon the patriot
ism and good taste ahown.and upon the success
ful oxecutiun of tho woik."
PKESlDENTOF THE L'NITED STATES
"Accept my congratnlations nnon tho comnle
tiou of thW very beautiful work."
A. LINCOLN,
HENRY W. LONGFELLOW.
"Beautifully executed Accept lur bes.
wishes yo vr success.''
ji. w. i.niXit KLl.OW.
MAJOR GEE. 8IIEKMAN, U.S. A.
Fully merito the hieh enconiums it lias ro
ved." W.T. SHERMAN, Maj.Oeu.
Thia insgnificont Lina Er.gTavlngia
THE VIRHTOF KN kKNVL SEMES
of rlrs t class engravings of American Subjects,
to bo issued cacn year allot winch will be
original works, and of tbe highest order of
merito, at the lw price of
. Five DoIIars
which includes froe admission to thoGalloty of
tbe tissue ation at all times, and an intorost in
Twenty Thousand Dollars worth vf
l'aliittiigp,
and otho r works of Art to be PRESrNTED to
Th Subteribtrs for th Current Years Engraving
Negotiations with distinguished artists for
works for future year U-sncs are now pending,
securing to tbo Subscribe!?, Engravings of
equal
importance, ueaaiy, unginaiuy & Value
Copies of tho " Wtthington rtcthing a SuluU
on tM Fiehl nf Trenton!' may he seen at W il
mams Everett's Boston; Btteer Pebrioo
Wat, Baltimore; James 8 Eakik & Sons
Philadelphia, Puilf & Soiouon, Waahintonj
C. BBAcnvoOEr., Chicago, it. W. Cakroli, &
Co. Cincinnati; Pettes & Lkatui, St. Louis;
the Gallery of the-NATioiiAL Art Association,
561 and 663 Broadway New York., also it the
principal Art Stores in every city in the
country.
The Engraving will bo forwarded, accnroly
packed in a strong tube, upon receipt of FIVE
DOLLARS, directed to tho Actuary at the Gal
leries, as above, er box 4129, Post Office New
York. It can also be obtained of tho subscrib
er, wbo ia the local Agout of the National Art
Association.
C.J. BILLINOUCRBr,
Mt18-66-U McArtLotOLio.
READ THIS THROUGH
AND
REMEMBER IT.
SPRING AND SUMMER FASLI
10 N S FOlt 1 6 0 5 .
in
WILL,
DEARER IN
Men and Roys Clothing,
MJ1N STREET,
GEOIifJE
McArthur, Ohio..
Having just
did stock of
reciived a largt tnd iplan-
Spring Clothing
and Furnish
ing Goods,
S;tr.h si
LIGHT & DARK COLORD COATS
kMEN'S COYS AXD V0UTI1S 8UIT
Neatly got up
IMNTS 1ND VESTS
Of rariotis patterns of American and French
Cafaiineres and cut in the latest stvU to.
get her r, ilb a tasty assortmeut of
Shirts and IVeck Tics.
I bes leave to iniform the. Piil lir thai ti...
ntg purchased ourntire stock of Clothing
and Furnishing Goods at he present heavy
decline in Gold and the consequent depre
ciation in the value of Merchandise 1 am
therefore enabled willinn- and rend la ipII
my goods fully in oecortlaiir.e with ihatde
cliue and which cannot fail to attract the
attention of close buyers evsu at the present
ucpresseu siaie oi me market
1 guarantee my Clothing to
Fit Well on no Sale!
I also have a uice assortmeut of
Don't fail to examine inv UnrV r.
cliasiiiir elsewhere as mnnnrns
, . v-r j vwM w w wj
bybuvin,jat
CEORB B. WiLL'i
June 8th 1865 tf
NOTICE.
Lucetta Kockhold Adminilratr! nf th.
tato of Iphrairn Hockhold, lau of Vinton
County Ohio, doeoased, hat. hied boroceoDuta
and vou ches, lor inspection and tin.i
ment, and that tbe somo will be paw.d upon
on the Wto day of May A. V. 186 F
illVl . SI v.. f .

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