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The McArliur Democrat
OFFICIAL OMAN OF VINTON CODNTY.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT
I OB tlQAJi WOT10I rOPBTHAOE;
IU TICI BOJkD to VXAlTI, U TO uniiM
tovaiTWRtM. TBMS,PAY1N ID V ARCS.
'
Dr. Uephnvl.
ai change his residence Irotn
Cincinnati to Chicago. All Letters
re to be addrveaed to him aa follows.'
DU. RAPHAEL,
Box No tiJC7 iJot Office,
CmcAQQ. In.tNQH.
Take Notice.
THB notes and acounu of B Hewitt
has been left In the hande of Francis
Shades, for collection. If not paid by tno
firstday of 1865. tier will be col
August.
lected by Uw. ll"A
Mr. J. W. Looak, a cititen of
our County and a (Uncharged anldier
of the 86th Reg. having lost a lug is
calling on our citizens, for the par
Km of ncBiving eubscribera, lo the
orae, and Stv. ft thrilling history ol
ecenea in the" war. Every person!
hoold have a copj ana wo hope onr
ImopZe will onbBcribe liberally. Mr.
flgan is a worthy young man. Sao
aivertieement in another colomn.
Kuhny. A private banker is ee
ry man who can luy his baud on his
j.ocket, and BteBk of his ensh here.
nfThTPrinter" auya i-the first
printnrs were Titans." We never
beard of that before, bat vie have
seen a uud many t;glit 'una within
our experience.
Lying-So, Tom, that old liar,
Dick Tibbens ii dotid."
Yes, his yarns are wound up; heM
lie no more tho old rascal I'f
"lodaod, it's my opinion, Tom,
-that he'll lie still .'"
Not Fit for Suffrage.
Gen.. Sherman, the other day at
Chicago, said;
"He wonted thoso who had been
in the South to bear toatiniony to the
conditio! of the freed Negroes. Uis
wn pursonal opinion was. they were
not fitted fur tho ututieo of the
i'runchiso. "
The General was londly cheered
The Cincinnati Gazette a Je w day
ng i (k-v.ilod an editorial to bow
-t hut Gen Siioiuian'a opiaiuu is er ro
ut otis.
rjTAI)ut 170 applii-ations im
jianl.in were grained ou Wednesday
ICO oltheni to Nortb Carolwiatia.
M akimbo On the C Ii hat., at
1ho rehiiiuiicrt o the biido'a father, by
Itov. U. II.ForriH, Mr Thmai Wil
bom anil Miad AUitTHA M. NicKSLs.
On tho eairre (lay, b tho sareo, at
thu reaidence of the bride's rnothnr,
Mr. Wjlliam W. Cakbun and Miss
Margaret L. Nixon -all of Vinton
county.
FAMILY GROCERY
AXT)
PROVISION STORE.
; w. cAtowttt. o a teaiics.
J. W. CALDYYELU CO.,
(Ojte Dooji ait or ths Co?bt Houii)
5Ic ARTHUR, OHIO,
K'tpt on hand, and for itle. Family Groce
ries of ell kinds end best qualities. Also.
Queer Cured Harm, Meas Perk, Dried Beef,
aa other articlei io the Provuica line.
Iee-Croam Saloon
We are fitting up en lc-Cream Saloon.iu
connection wiih our Grocery, where Ladies
ntiiQeiitlemen caa be supplied during the
day dint evening. Families supplied oa
literal term.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
A large quantity of Ice ot) hand, and for
ale, between lix and eight o'clock every
morning untill further notice.
AS WE DO A CASH BUSINESS, et
ai.iaiualir and kwn nn arcnnnti. it ie hnoed
our fiiende will not ask for trust, for, how
ever disagreeable it may be tons and to
tnem, we will be compelled to reiuse uur
eoods are sold as CHEAP as the samo arti
cles can be obtained in tlda market. :nd we
therefore confidently solicit the patronage Ol
the public
COUNTRY PRODUCE taker, in ex
change for Groceries
.J W. CALDWELL &C:
May Uth 1865 ly
A. 8- BB0V7N. T. P. BROWN
RROYViV BROTHERS,
WHOLES AL AHD KETAIL DEAL EES IK
, GROCERIES AND LIQUOR?,
Ko.t Pic Iron Cormer,
Fortsmoutb. Ohio;
ll S. 7-30
THIRD SERIES,
9330,000,000.
By authority ol the Secretary of the Treaa
ory, the undersigned the General Subscription
Agency for the sale of United Sutee Securlrtiee
offers to the publie the third Mr lee of Treaeuay
Notee, bearing seven end three tenths per
cent. interest, per annum knows as the
SE VtN- Till 8 TY LOAN.
Theee note ere Ueued asJer date of July,
letb, 1315, end are payable three yeare from
ibet dute, io ourrviu'V. ul x cviiitl et
;be option of the holder lata
V. 8. Sit per ill.
GOLD-HEARING BONDS.
THhk boo U are now worth a handsome
premium, and are (tempt, a are tho govern
ment B.ndf, from State Coouty and Municipal
taxation, which add from one to three pe 'cent,
por ii am to their vulae, aaei rditg to the rale
liviej uu n-DH other property. The lutereat
U pyb:e toml-aiinual by cooine attached
to uu-h note, which may be out oil and gold to
any tiinfc or banker.
Tlie iiitrva( HIT-3A pr Cfnt; nniauula to
Oooceutp.r uy on a 5J note.
TwooinUon a l'X)note
lea o'i a tSOOnote
'JO ol. a tooo nolo
I on a 5000 notes
Jnoiiii- of all donominatione ua'iiod will be
promptly furnlihed upon recoipt of aubaorip
tlrue.
Ih o.a of this Third Perie are prec'eoly
uruiUr in form and tr viloirca to ihs Kvun.
Tlmtlea already eold, rxcept that the Govern
niuut reiwrvee to iticirtlm optiou of paying In
''t in fold euln at pet cent. , it Head of 7 3
10tl lu currency. Subhcribere will dednct the
intorent in oiirrotico up to July 15th, at tl
time when they ub.cribi.
The dellvory of tlio notea of thin third eoriee
cf the Sjvuu-ihlriion will cominenoa on the Ut
of J une , and will be mude promptly andoou
tiuuooaly alter that date.
Tho .liUt cliaaKi) mido In the conditions of
thia TlllKJ 8EK1ES atfucte only the matur of
interest. The pnymem la gold, if made, will
bo equivalent lo the eurreucy Interert of the
higher rate.
Theruturn 'etpecle peymenta In the event
ofwhiuhouly will the option to pay Internet lu
'old be avuilod of, would at reducu and tuaiizx
price that purohueo-i maJe ateu fix er cent
iu guld would be lully equal to lliofo made with
ievou and liuei-enih. pr cent lu currency.
Tlii. U
TUB 0XL1 LOAX IX UARKET
Now t Cored by the Oovemment, and itn super
ior advanturruit muko it the
KK.IT POl'ULVR L) .IS OF THE PEOPLE.
Lom tl:au $J,0JJ,iM'0 of the Ljuu authorize
by the Coiigrem areujw on the market. Thia
niuonut.at tho rate attbiouU W being ab.-wrb-
f 1, will be eubi.'rinod for wlilin aixiy-diya,
t hm the notes will nndoubud y command a
prumiuin. h h tiufformly bootithe case on
o!oiu? the fubecripliousto other Ian.
Iu ordor thatuitizsiiaof every towu and auc
tion of the oouatry may bi a:foi Joi faullitloe
for Ukiujr the loan, tho National fiauka. Statu
Bank, and iMva'.e Buiker tltr ughoat the
country bavo generally agreed to raeeive aub
scriptlou at pr., Bubooriboro will eoluctlholr
own in whom .!iry have coiifidunce.
and who only are to be roeponibh fur the do
iveryoflhe noU e lor whiob thiy receive or
dra. J A V COOKE,
BcBscmrTioH A tt, Philadelphia.
rScBfran11.iv tL Sk KXOXIVID by the
1 1 ?J'tntl H-!i rf 'ItH-n-l.e, .
rtrM Nuti inal P:iiih of Citiaiiiiiatl.
Pin'1 K.itio:iat Hank .if Ath-Jii".
"ire. N tti i'i.il Hiii'i of Vjf.i unilh,
M.v ii'.ih ') i.w.
10 III K t KKVUOf DERIl ITATE ANt
I DtofOaiit i Or BO til KrXKS A rranl
RQjrer Having ni;u rntoreii lo liet.l.t iu afew
daya, alter many yenra ol i.'l ory, in willing t'
asaiat his aunTeriug fi-llow-cionf.r" )v wn lli,
(free), on the rfrtpt of a pox'pmii i.dilroared m
veiop.. a 0"py or too iormuiii euro eiiivluved
Direct-1
JOUNM. DAGNF.Li.R.xlSl I'.n.
a Brooklyu, N. V.
HOWARD ASSOOIAriOM'
PHILADELPHIA FA.
rISEASKS OF THE URINARY AND
S.AU4L SYSTEMS new and wli.
ble treatment. Also the RRiniT. oir nt
BEK.au Eway of VVainiiirand Inotniriion
sent by in nil in ten led tuvelopes, free ol
ciLTrze Aituresa. nr. J. a K I T. 1. 1 TM
HUUUI1 ION. Howard A:an(itimi Kr.
2 South Ninth street. Pb ilade Inliia. Pa.
Oct. I3tli 186S lyr.
THE NINTH NATIONAL BANK
OF THE CITY OF HEW YoRK.
APir.lL, $1,090 000 , I'AIU Ii,
FISCAL AGENT OF THE V KD
BTATliS.
And SrxoiAL AetMT roa JaT C ooxx, ir-
' TION AOtMT,
Will do liver 7-8 Notee Free of oharg e, by ex
preta to all parfs of the country, and receive
in payment 'Jbeckeoa lore, l'biladel
i.hia, and Uouii, rnrrent am, aed all five
per cent, interest notee, with interest to date
of fobicriptiun. Orders sen I by mail will be
promptly niled.
This buk reeeivee the accounts of Banks
and Bankers nn favorable terms; also of indi
ualH keepinx rew lorkaocouats.
J. T. WILL. Cash'r. J. N. OKVIS Prea't.
lum-h 2, '65- 3i".
S10;00 REWARD
OTRAYED OR STOLEN. FROM THE
tOSUBSvRlBER ,ON the 31sl day of May
lest, a sorrel Mare, five years old, and about
fifteen hands high with a scar on the frnqt
pert of the thigh of the near hind leg. Th
above reward will be paid to any peisnn re
turning said maie to me.
JOHN HESELDEN.
Zalecki June 8. 1855 8w
TAX NOTICE.
rHEtsx payers Connty, arehorebj
notified that the Tax Dopllcale for the m.
half yeaa taxes of the year 1864, bave'ieen
placed in my hands for eollaotion. Dpnn all
l axes not paid or. or before June SOto 18(5, th
law impoaea penalty of five per eent. I will
be in attendance at the Treasnrera office In MoJ
Arthur nntill that da to, "to receive the same.
HKNKY REYNOLDS,
Treasurer V.0o.,O.
May Ilthl85-4w.
J C6T1CE8 B LAKES, BLAKK DEEDS,
etc., of all deocriptiODB Tor tale at tbia
Office.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCMENf
t
GREAT SALE
or
WATCUES, CHAINS, Rl.NGSXc,
ONE MILLION DOLLARS WORTH)
TO BJC 116P0SD OF AT
One 1M la r Each!
Without legard to Value I Not to be paid for
until you Know what you are to receive 1 1 1
8ilendltl tut of Article It All to be
eold at Une Dollar Each 1 1 !
S00 Uusioal Roxee 1.20 to f lSOeaoh
150 " with Bella and
i.atinte 200 to 500 each
600 Bilv' Tnapote coffde Urns S!0 to 50 each
iOO
1000
Chafing Diehee SO to 100 each
Ice Fitohers 80 to 50 eaeb
Syrup cups Jt salvers 20 to 50 each
goblet adrinkingcups 6 to 50 each
Caatare 15 to 60 each
WOO
2oo0
rrult,Uardatid Uake
BaekeU 20 to 50 each
4000 Doi. gilt'Tea Spoons.... .. 10 to zOdoz.
luwo " " Table apoous and
Forks... 2C to W doz.
250 Oento gold huotlug-cane
WatoLea SO to 150 eaoh
250 LadtoaOoldtfe Enameld hunt
ing case Waches f 5 to lOeeo
5I0 Uenta' Uenting-case Silver
Watvhea 35 to TO eaoh
809 Diumond King 50 to 1U0 each
60u0 Uuld Neck a Veatrhuius" 4 to 80 each
UOOu ' Oval Uaudk Uracoleta- 4 to 8 eab
iouO Jet and CiuU iJraceluU....- 8 to 10 each
iiOOO Chstulaiee a Uuard chains 6 to 20 each
70UO iSoliluire 4 Oold Brooches.. 4 o 10 each
50 0 CViral opaUemarald broovhaa 4 to Beach
ouvv ftluame, Jet, Lava autl t luren-
tiue tar Drops 4 to 8 each
7500 Coral, Opal & Emerald drope 4 to 8 eaib
40JO ;al. tiumend Breast i'ln-,M)to 10 each
JuOO Fob Jc Veat Wale h-keya.. 1.50 to 8 eaoh
5
beta bleeve-botione tude 8 to 8 each
Fo Vest Kibbon-hlidte" 8 to esch
Gold Tliimblee & Paneila. 4 to 4 each
illniature Lockets 1 60 to H euch
" " 51agic springs 10 to HO each
4
3
10 .
4 "
8 "
Toothpicks, Crosses o 8 to 8 eaoh
6
6 "
rlain Uuld Kings 4 (o
ohuaed Gold Kings 4 to
10 each
11 each
10 each
10 eaoh
btuue set iV Siguet Umge 2,50 to
10"
10"
Cal. Diamond Kinirs
3 to
Ciold fens Silver bxteosion
lioldersaud 'encila
Oold Pens A Oold Mounted
Holders
Gold t'uua Quid xons
Holders
Bete Ladies Jewelry Jet
4 to
8 to
13 to
5 to
10 each
iO"
i "
7 "
10 each
5 each
IS each
and Uold
beta Iiouiee Jewelry cameo.
rearl opul and otharslones..4 to
6" Lndlee Gilt dt Jet Bucklce-. 6 to
15 each
16 euoh
i " V '! " hair Bare
Ball Sto 10 eaoh
AUKANUALE Co. Manuf.ionrera afente
No. 167 Broad v ay, Now York.
Announce 'hat all of tlie above li.-Uof good;
w'll be eold for One Dollar each.
In consequence of the great stopuatian of
trade in the maimfjcturing 'districts of En-
glun I, through the war having cut off the
unpiy ol cotton, a large quantity of Valua
ble jewehy, originally intended fur tlieEng-
mil markol, has been sent oil lor sale in' tine
COtintiy A.ND MUiiT BE SOLU AT ANY SACB1-
rics! Under tliiae circumstances, a rr an-
dale & co., acting as agents for the princi
pal Euiopean inuiinfuctureis, have resolved
upon a gieat Gift .Apportionment to divided
according to the following regula'.ious:
Cettiticates ol the venous erticles ate put
nto euvelopes indiscriminately, tea led up
and when oideroJ, are taken out will, out re
gard to choke, aud eent by mail, thus show-
ing no luvortusm. on receipt ol the certi
ficate, you will see what you are to have, and
tlieu it is at your option to send the dollar
und take the article or not. Purchasers mar
thu obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond Ring,
or any set ot Jewelry on our list tor One
Dollar.
St'iid 29 rents, for Certificate
In all transactions by mail.tve shall charge
for forwarding the Urliticates. paying post
age and doing the btioines8,25cts escli.which
must be inciueed ivnen tne cert.nc.no is
rent for. Five certificates will be sent for
St, eleven for S3, thirty for $5, sixty-live
lorSiO.oue hundred (ore-ID,
Wlui I the "1'iesi 'say t us
The LufiiwlU ibid.) VaUy Courier March
18. ISbd, stive
A better selected, more varied or fash
ionable assortment of ievelry cannot be
ii ud on the contineui thsu Arruudule &
Co. are now oneriniz. Messrs Airard.ile at
co. uccupy a high position jin coinuierciul
circles as men eulirely above the common
trickery of trade, I heir statements may be
implicitly relied upon, both as to the thurac
ter of their goods and manner of disposal,
Ludies especially in all part of the country.
are realizing handsome profile ts agent6, and
if suv of our lair readers desne to interest
ihrmelvee iu the cterprise, they may do so
with perfect confidence.
Employment fob ladies me mosieii
gible and protable employment we have
lieard ol lor Ladies is tne sate oi certincates
for the Great Gift Distribution of ArrendsJe
Si Co. A lady of our acquaintance has been
very successful in this way, not only in fil
ling ner ou n puree, out aiso in aoing a gooa
turn to those to whom she sold the certifi
cates, as wi'.l be seen by our adverting
column. Uentiemcn can also be tlius en
gaged .iV Y Sunday Msrcury
aoemts e want acenta ini-very leci
ment end in every town and county in the
country, and those acting as euch will be
allowed 10 cents on every certificate ordered
by them, provided their re n it t a nee amount
lo one dollar also otner inducements v nit n
can be learned on application. Agents will
collect Jt rents for every certificate, and re
mit 15 cents to us, either in cash or postage
stamps.
AKKANLMLo & to.
June Ist-66-6w 167 Bioadtvay N.Y,
SADDLE &
HARNESS
MANUFACTORY.
II. P. AMBROSE,
IMriikjr, Ohio.
KEEPS constantly on hand and manufacture
to order, every variety and style of
LADIES AND GENTS SADDLES
whiob for workmanship and stook will compere
with any aimilor work in Southern Ohio.
ALSO. Barncae single and donble ssts,
from tbe plainest to the finest mounted. Also
every variety of B ding Bridlee a,nd Halters.
Al 1 of which will be eold at the loweet cueh fig ures.
Call and examine stock on bands.
Bey 18 1885.-2 mor
!&S-CS) TO X&-Z$
f--EAD
4
WW
'HULBERTS CORNER.
Br. . CCDTOE E.
Having purchased the Drag establiehmeiit ol Dodge and Puill
and added a new and coinpletesupply thereto, would ctll at'.eutioj
ae lowest price ot Lit
DROGS,
PAINT.
oi s,
' LYE
STUFF ,
t
;HAIH, PAINT, WASH AND CAMEL HAIR;
FINE 1 56 BRANDY,
a .
WINES AHD LIQUCRS
of all donnriptiona for Medical purposea
PUTTY,
GLASS.
INKS.
and everything else in the DRUG
We buy and
ONLY
Competent Physciane and Priiffsjiet, will attend to the making
4Vor accurate compounding of all Medicines or Piescriptiuns, dny or
v;l. riiu.t in u null ami! vcr warrant eatiafuction.
1
O
July 23tb 1804,- ly.
- .
CHEMICALS
PERFIUERY,
LAMPS.
WHITE LEAD.
CIGARS.
TOBACCO
riKUFK
line at C.noinnati retail i'WI
sell for CASH
A. CONDE.
TAX NOTICE. MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
rrr mww ta k'hiiuhi 'Lwea.m'W.11
rSaCS
Nand at'nr Monday,
Uotober 31 1864, end
KJ untill further notice, trains will ruu ae lol
owe:
MAIL GOING EAST,
Leaves Cincinnati at 7:40 A. M.t Leaves Love
and. at 8 53 A. M.; arrive at Chilllcothe at
12:2!) f.M.; Leavoe Chillicothe atl2'.50 P.M.;
leavee Ilamden Junction at 2:1 P.M.; loaves
Mc Arthur, at 23l P. M.; leaves Zileeki, at 3:01
P. H., leavea Athena at 4:13 V. M. Arrives
M Marietta at 0:55 P. M.; arrives at Parkers
burg at 7:00 P.M.
MAIL GOING WEST.
LoaveaParkenbnrj,at7:40 A. M.; leaves Mar
ietta at 7:45 A.M.; leasee Athens at 1 :31 A.
M.; leavos Zuleski, 11:40 A. M.: leaves ilcAr
thur, 12:18 P. M.; HamJen JunetWn at 12:3i
A.M. Arrives st Ohillicothe at 1:53 P.M.;
Leaves ChillU'Othe at 2:13 P.M.; leaves Love
land at 5:54 P. 51.; arrives at Cincinnatti al
700 P.M.
Zaleskl Freight oarying passenger, passes
MoArthur going East at v:50 A. M.; goiuif
West a', 2:84 P.M.
The Accommodation Train Leaves Chillicothe
at 5:20 A. 51.; arrivee al Uinoinnatti at 10:25 A.
M.;leave C'onuinnati at 3:80 P.M.; arrives at
CMllicothe at 8:50 P.M.
ConLections are made at Loveland with
Trian-t to and from Columbus; and at Uamdeo
Junction with trains to end from Portsmoutn
JOUN DUBAND, Sup't.
NOTICE TO BRIDGE
BUILDERS
NOTICE hereby given that the Corarulsaio
nersof Yiutuu County, Ohio, will meet in
Zaleski Madison Township on
Salntdw teii2tA day of July 1865,
At ten o'clock. P.M.. on said day, forthe
nornoae ol letting to the lowest lespnaible bid
der (he bnllding or a Testle Bridge at. the
eroaxings cf Ruwoon Creek at er near the
south east end of Commercial Street where the
Prattavilte and Zaliakl Kosd croxaes and also the
Road leading from Zaleski to Paeksrd Mill in
Knox Zownahip.
J'.y order of Commissioners
II. C. MOOKE Aud'r V.Co.O
April 13th '.365-5W.
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
Vini.v. Furnace. Ohio. )
June5tb 186) $
D! W. C, Frazee having purchased
the entire interest of 0 T --Qunnin in the
I... ft, nt Frazee. Gdmiine & Co., the
undereigned will continue the business of
m..,f.i.irinir Pis Iron under the fiim
name of Frazee & Hamilton, and will set
tie tbebusiueaB0ftbelafirrn:RAZ
Juue8, 1865- H.S.HAMILTON
D1S0LUT10N OF CO-PARTNERSHIP-Eagle
Fobkacb, Ohio. )
June 5th 1865. J
The Co partnership heretofore existing be
tween the underf-igned under the firm name
of Fbaieb, Gubbiso & Co., is this day
dissolved by mutual conser,U FRAzEEf
O.T. GUNNING,
June 8, 1865-4 H.S. HAMILTON,
For Blank Deeds. Call at
IMPORTANT FINE ART ANNOUNCEMENT
JJaiiaital t $sm(m
CF NEW YORK,
Beg to announce the oompletluu, for immediate
dolivey to Hubcribers. of 'he Superb
Steel-Line Engraving,
WASHIXGTOX RECEIV1XG ASALUTE
ON THE FIELD OF TR"NTON.
From the original painliiig, by those die
liuguished Aniata,
J.FAED, R.8.-A.,and R.ANDELL R A.
It te endorsed sea work of Art by a hist of
eminent men, aa evidenced by the tpiui.oue aub
jolni'd.
THE HON. EDWARD EVERETT.
"A very pleasing and happily executed work
an engraviLg of rare beauty. "
ED W ABO EVERETT..
LT. RKN, HIM FIELD SCOTT.
"Cannot be contemplated without an it.oreas
ed love of every public and private virture."
WIN FIELD SCOTS.
THE AIICUIUSIIOFOF NLW VOKK.
"ll is indeed a beautiful apecimon of Art."
JOHN MuCLOSKKY.
FHEO.i:, CHURCH.
'.'I am dolighted with the Engraving; it does
full justice to the nubb cimplicity and dtguity,
which ia tee great charm of the piutnre."
KKEO. K. CHUKGU .j
HON. H JI. II. SCWAICD.
"Oiler m) congratulalinna opon the patriot
aud good tasiofcbown.auoj upon the eucxeas
ful execution of the woik."
FKESIDENTtjOF THE UNITED STATES
"Accept my o on grat illations npoa the com pie
lion of this very beautiful work."
A. LINCOLN.
HENRY W. LONGFELLOW.
"Beautifully executed Accept my bea.
wishes yo ur success.'
II. W. LONOFFLLOW.
MAJOR GEE. RHKtiMAN, U. S. A.
ally merits the high enconiums it hue re
ed." W. T. SUERV1AN, Mij.'Jiu.
This magnificent Line Er.grsving la
THE FlRSTOe AIV ANAUL SERIES
of lira t class engravings of American Subjects,
to be issued each year all of which will bo
original works, and of the highest order of
merits, at tbe l"w prieeoi
Five DoIIars
which Includes free admission to the Gallery of
tbe Aawo ation at all timea.aud an intemst in
Twenty Thouinnd Uullars worth of
rainlliigr,
and othe r work a of Art to be PRESENTED to
Tbe (Bbseribers for tb.CarT.nl Years Engraving
Negotiations with distinguished artist for
worke for future yeare irsuea erenow pending.
HcuuriDK w tuv ouuKiiuQie. .rigravinge ot
i . .l. ej i. V. . . v . o:
equal
Importance, Beauty, Origiuality & Vnlue
Copies of tho " Wuhtngla uniting StXuU
on
im rviia iy irenwn.- may ne eeen a( Wil
liams Evsbstt's Boston; Boteii Pssaiea
wit, Baltimore; jamxs s jublb s SvM(
Philadelphia, Phil? A Soioscox, Waahlnton'
C. Bbacbvooiu Chicago, R. W. Cenanr.t. A
Co. Cincinnati; Pittxs A Leatbe, St. Loni.-
tha Oallerv of the National AST Anm
S6I and 5(8 Broadway New York, also tt the'
principal Art Stores in every city in tha
country.
Tbe Engraving will be forwarded. aannMv
i
pactea in a strop g tune, upon reoeitt of Fl ?
lui.i,AttS, direcUd to tbe Actuary at the Gal
lories, aa aoeve, or dox rost Umce New
York. It can also be obtained of tha
er, who ia the local Agent of tha National Art
Association.
C. BJliLlNGBTJBSr,
May 15-65-tX MoArthorOhio. i
THIS TllKOUGQ
AND
REMEMKER IT.
SPUING AND SUMMER FASU
10 NS FOR 1 86 5 .
GEORGE B. WILL
DEARER IN
lien and Roys Clothing,
MJ1N 8TREET,
Mc Arthur, Ohio.
Having, just
did stock of
received s larf and eptei-
Spring Clothing
and Furnish
ing Goods,
Such
LIGHT & DARK COLORD COATS
i MEN'S BOYS 4NU YOUTHS SUITg
Neatly got up
PiNTS JND VK8T8
Of ariuus patterns of American end French
Cafsimeres and cot in the latest style to
gether with a tasty assortment of
Shirts ::nd Neck Ties.
I beg leave to lmfnrm the Pur lie that, hsv
trig purchased our entire stock of Clothing
and Furnishing Goods at the present heavy
decline in Uold and (he consequent depre
ciation iu the value of Merchandise I am
therefore enabled willing and ready to sell
my goods fully in accordance with that de
cline and which cannot fail to attract toe
attention of close buyers even at the prestut
depressed state oi tne market
I guarantee my Clothing to
Fit Weli or no SaleI
1 also have a nice assortment of
Trunks, Vatee- and Carpet J?ai
Don't fail to examine my Hock before mi
chasing; elsewhere as money can be saved
by buying at
GEOEE B. WILL.
June 8th 1865 tf
NOTICE.
Lnoetta Rockhold Administratrix of the es
tate of Ephraim Sockhold, late of Tintoa
Connty Ohio, deceased, has filed her accounts
and vouchee, for inspection and final settle
ment, and that the seme will be) psase4 Boon
on tbe 87th day of May A.D. IMS.
tfiy 4 ,1845 3 w
Probate Judge.

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