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The McArhur Democrat
OFFICIAL OMAN Ot TrNTON OODHTY
LOCAL DEPARTMENT.
TCB LEOAL WOTlCtI tZZ FOH ETB r-OE
TBI TSUI OAO TO WtALTB), II TV TtTIM
Tormtnsm TEEMS, PAY IN iD VANCE.
Dr. Itaphncl.
Cincinnati to Chicago. All Lotten
are to lo addressed to him as follows.
IjR RAPHAEL,
Dox No. C273, Port Office,
CnioAO'v Ti.i.iNf.n.
Take Notice.
THE note a n't acomits of B ; P. Hewitt
has been left in the hand a of Francis
Shades, lor collection.' If not paid by the
first dv of August, 1S65, thev will be collected
by law. . F.'SnAHES,
Mr. J. W. Looan, a citizen of
our County and a discharged soldier
f tlio 36th lv'S!. having lout a log is
culling on our .citizen, for tlio pur
price of ructiiving subscribers, to tlie
Niirs-. and Spy, a thrilling history ot
poitios in tliu" war. Every person
hlionld liuveacopj and we ncpo oar
pot-tZe will subscribe liberally. Mr.
Log. i a worthy young man. See
lvtiitigumettt in another column. .
AT l EN TION, SOLDIERS 1 1
I wish to say to our returning soldiers,
widows, and heirs of deceased soldier,
that I will attend to geHinj their Back
Pay, Bounties,' and Pensions, and Local
H 'unties; also, for ali who were impris
oned in Sjnih.nti prisons commutation in
mon-iy for their rations vhllst Imprisoned
and three months extra pay; and I will at
tend to the collection of all other claims
o.i the United Slates or State of Ohio.
Fee for each application from 85 to. 619
--owing to the trouble and expense incur
red. E. A. MUTTON.
McArihur, Ohio.
July 13. 1SI5.
Claum Allowed llirim R. Walker,
IVnsion from 2d day of August, ISC I.
Margaret J. Jolley, Bick Pay,&c.
0,i which the tnimy will he forthcoming
vi tti.liu.'t tim .
E. A. Rn.tTox.
July I.".. IUj.
NUHSE AND SL'Y
IN THE
mild IS ARMY:
Comprising Tne
VU en lures an I Experience of a Woman
in Hospitals, Cuni;)6 and Buttle fHds. as
Nur-e, S.'out and Hpy, with thrilling dlsi
cripijoas of
B4TTLKS. SEIGR. EXPLOITS,
CH.4KU KS, Iv1KMISIlRS. SACi
UIFICRS,- SUFFERING if
Achievement, ofour r .ml I -i sit . and heroic
foMier.' ' picsfntii.iT ivivod phMure I' the
f,r-it-American War," hy 8 Emma E. Ed
monds. This i? a bcmlifiil vul'im and em
eli.she.1 with a fine .steel portrait iind nume
jus engraving--
SUBSCIU'TION TRICES'.
CI ih binding plain S3. SI prrnpy.
' ' fill a.T5 ' '
Moroi-ro, , 3 00 " , .-.
Payable on delivery ol tha Rook.
Mr. J. W. lin. a woululi-d soldier and
ritifcui of Vinlon 'Cminty, ias;eiil fur the
work," fur who" benefit we will receive
mhfipritions at thi nffi -e. Every family
in nor county should have a copy of this
work. Cat, and sea copy, and eubscribe,
Mr. I.ngauiaa wonky young man having
1 Jet a !e ienti:''d to our patronage.
June 29 1 h iSfiS'mo
F A M I L Y d R O C E K V
'AND ''
P110VJSLON STOKE;
v ,,. . ., . -
I.W. CALDWELL. 0 A PEARCE.
J.V,CAlhELU
(Ong Door East ofthb CovrtHovse)
; M .-1 !.r... . . - , :.'
i .' -W 1 "i;r 1 .". ' . ' . .
iilcAUtllUR, OHIO,
K-eps on han.1, orjd for ale,,' Family Groce
ries of all kind-, and best qualities. Also.
Sugar Cural Hams, Mm? Pork. Dried Beef,
und other articles in the Provision line.
led-Gjim Satoon
We arc fitting up an Ice-Cream Saloon.ln
eonnection wiih our Grocery, where Ladies
and Gentlemen can be supplied during the
day and evening. Families supplied on
liberal terms.' " '
ICE! ICE! ICE!
A large quantity of Ice on hand, and for
ale, between six and eight o'clock every
morning untill further notice;;; .! '
AS WE DO A CASH BUSINESS, ex
elusively, and keep no accounts, it is hoped
our fiiends wilt not ask for trust, for.liow.
ever disagreeable it may be to us and to
them, we will oe compelled to refuse. Our
oods are sold as CHEAP as the same arti
cles can be obtained in tills market. :nd we
therefore confidently solicit the patronage of
inepuoiic . .
COUNTRY PRODUCE take In ex
change for Groceries - - -
; ' -.1 W. CALDWELL & Ci
May Uth 1865-ly .r ;: w - : "
B: S. 7-30 10M
THIRD -SERIES,
$330,000,000.
By authority ol tba Secretary of tlie Tress
nry, the onderelcned the Goneral Sohecriptioa
A(rDcy for tha aula of United States Socurirties
otTon, to the public the third aeries of Treanvtay
NoUa, boftriniT seven and three tenthn ir
eenU lnUren, per annum known an tha
SEVEN-THIRTY L OA K.
Those notes are UaueJ nnJor data of Julj,
lom, ii65, nn.I aro payable three yenra from
a.u, iii curr.-iK-y, or uro .uiivvrti'jla et
option of tho hnMcr into
be
V.S. Sjx prr Ti nf.
GOLD-HEARING BONDS.
Thoso lnncln are nnw wurth n lm,ilnm(.
pram'uni, and nre ex-nipt, aaro thi govern
npint Band-, from Ftn (Yimr
taxation, mhioh M.lUfroiii ono to three po-cant,
por anum to their valu.i, awe rJinj; to the ru.'o
.ic i on upon oi hi r property. The inleri;Bt
payah'e w(ni aimuul j coupoiiK Rttncliod
cncli note, K-hli'h may b cat offunJ tn
any hank ur l.unk.'r.
Tlie Interest Ht7-3 ppr cent; nniouuN lo
"uooeiit per day on a $5i note.
Twocjiitaou a flOnole
Tea o'i a ,500 note
SO on a I w note
tl 5O00 notes
Koto.iof all doiioniinatioi.a I ol'i k
promptly fijruUhed upun rccolpt of siiVcrni
ticnK. The N.jtAii of thl Third P
similar In form and privileges to the Sowu
TbiKios already sold. x-ept that tha Govern
mem rewrvea to itiolf th option of payiniz in
ec.tln gold coin at fl per to nt.. In.tei.it nf 1 9.
IOiLh lu cuTonoy. Siit).,cribnn will duduot the
inteiuHt ia currvueo up to Jul; 15th, at the
lime m lion they nubMeribo.
I ho d.ilivery of the notoa of this third torius
tho Soveu-ihirlies will com ninert nn th,.
of J.ina.and will be maJo promptly andoou-
uuuuuoiv anor niul unto.
The alixht chuua uude In the ein litiona of
tlila lIIUvlJbhnits,utleU only ihv matter of
imorcst. Tba puyniuiu in icolJ. if made, mill
cqiiivwluut lo tha curreney interovt of the
iiicr rate.
'J'lic return tii oec!e nnvmeiits in ll m-fnl
. , .... ......
of which only will tho option lo pay Interest in
.oi.i be uvaiiod ot.vould foraducand'ciiiali1
I'riuon tliat piir.-h iKe mado wlm t-ix pc- com.
In gold would bo luily equal to tho-e nm.lu wi'li
seve.ii and ihroi -emlii per eon', in currency.
1 111- 14
Tiit OVi.l LOW IX Um
red by the n.vcri;mcnt, mid l!a u,.' r
iir uilv inlMpi's mako it th"
KK.Vf l'OPL'LAIJ L')NOF Til E PEOPLE.
J.cs-i than i .;3j,0h'.i.iVC oft!ic L 'an aulh"iio
by tho Congress arau.nv mi the innrkut. This
iiinoiiiit , at l ho rata a'Tlrehil U bjiii)? absorb
ed will bu siih'ribul for wt;b!ii l'v J.v
wl.on tho u'ttos will undoubted 't oonimsnln
pi.iiiiuiii, as has uniformly bonntlm vasn un
closing tho mbseriptloiisto other Lous.
hi ord.T that oi'iz.iiiai,' uvory town and nce-
tion ofiho country miv bi a;TirdoI failiiles
for taking the loan, tho. National Ilaiikn, State
Rurikx, und Pri'-ato Baukors thr mjlioiH tho
oonrtry have junoradly ajrrond to roeolve anh-soiiption.-
at air., Suhrihcrs will .-uh et th.iir
own iKrenr. iu r. hr.m thv h ive omifl lenoo.
and who oiilv ar" to Ho r'rn-iM for tlm do
ivory of thu noU a for which th y receive or
ders. JAVrnfHCK.
Vra chittiov , irT, Philadelphia.
frrriit!iTivs niLi. rk KiIckivkd by the
nt Nillio'li'l B'in't nf C'l,lli..oM n,
I'll-' Nnti ni l' ti n k "I ( 11 i .
Vrl S ti..i :il Hii!t of ,'bi'ii.
Pir ' S .t1 11 il H ii'j of P.irt ii .ii-!i,
May 2'th -i?5 O1.10.
"rif.-hto..'n y.arn Cftablishcl in X V. City,"
' Only ilifnllihla remedi'-.a known. "
"Frco from' Poibons." . -.
'Not danirous thA Human Family."
" Iiutseoine oijt of tlieit liolce to ilio."
'Costur.s" Huts, Uoach, e F.iler's.
l. a pale tiei for Huts,
Mine, Koaehos, Black and ' .
lied Auf i, Jtv'., Ac, &c.
"CnstiirV Itoci rTuK ritcrinlnnt.il-.
Is a liquid or wash, used to ; '
destroy, and aVo as a pre
. vontive for Bed-Euus, Ac. .
"CosturV" ni. H icTowder fo-lumcts,
Is tor Moths, Mosquitoes,
Flias, Bed -Bugs, Insects on
Planta, Fowl, Animals,' e.
tr Sold by all DruMista and Retailors
evervwhnre.
t5T 1 I ! CswiitE I I I of all worthless imi
tations. fcST See that "Costara" name la on eaoh
Box, bottle, and flask, bolore tou nnv.
1 1 KM 11 V K. COSTA R.
tW" Principal Dkpot, 432 Broadway.N. Y.
i-itiT S.ibi by Dr. A. Cosdis, and all Drug
giata and Dealers In Mc Arthur, Ohio,
1865.
IKCRKASE OF RATS. The Parmer's Ga
zette ( English) srts and proves by fiurea
that ono pair of rata will liava a proironv and
descendants no losa than 651 ,1 ff in three yrs
in ow, nniess inia nimcuso lamny can oe kept
down, votiy wouni cuubuiuo mere loou flun
would sustain fi.YOOO human boln a.
1ST See "CoBiAB'a" adveitismcnt In this
paper.
1865.
RATS versus BIRDS. Whoevor en
gages in shooting small birdi is a cruel
man, whoever ants 111 : exterminating rats
is a benefactor. We should like some o(
our correspondents to give us tha benefit of
their experience in driving out these pesls
We!i leed something . besides clozs. rate and
traps fortius buiims. -Scianffc Amjrican,
new 10m. .
(ET See "CoefARV advertisement io
fail paper. .
1815 1883
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCMENT
. GREAT SALE
OF
WATCHES, CHAINS, BlflGS&Cs,
ONE MILLION DOLLARS WOftTHj
TO E DISPOSED OF AT
One Oollar Each!
Without legard to Value I Rot to ba paid for
until you know what you are U receive 1 1 1
Splendid List of Articles!! All to be
soiu at One Dollar Each 1 1 1
800 Musical Boxes f io to tlSOeacb
160 ' with Bella and
;at!nats 900 to 500 each
500 Silv' fmipou a coff;e Urna SiO to 40 each
Sou " Chating Dishea SO to 100 each 1
1000 " Ice Pituhera 20 to 50 each
irioo " bymp cups Asalvora 20 to 50 each
5000 gobleu adrinkinir cuds S to 50 each
3O00 ' Caster 15 to 60 each
ll'.'OO " Fruit, Card and Cuke
Basketi" 20 to S0i k
3000 Dor. Kilv' Tea Spoons 10 to iOdox.
juouu iaiilo tr.oona and
Forks 2C to 40 doa.
200 Gouts gold hunting-caso
w "let.on 50 to tJO each
250 Ladies (jold & Enamold hiint-
il.ic elite IA aehes f5 to TO sac
SOJ Gen i liijnting-case Silver
Waushea 35 to 70 caoh
200 Diamond King 5.0 to 100 each
")U'J0 Gold Neck Vest chaina.. 4 to 00 each
auo' ' Oval liana Braeeleta.. 4 to 8 eam
50o0 Je and Gold liraeolots ..- 6 to 10 each
-Mui) Cb Uulaieo Quurd chaina 5 to 20 each
000 boliUuro a Uotd Brooches-. 4 o 10 each
5U 0 (oral opuUemerald brooches 4 to teach
5UoO Mosaic, Jet, Lava aud Floron-
tiuo Ear Dropi 4 ( 6 each
7500 Coral, Opil ,fc Kinerald dropa 4 to S ea-jh
)0"O Cal. lJiainoud Uroast l'in-V,SOto 10 each
SuOO Fob Vt Wateh-keV8..i.50 to 8 each
5" Seis S!eovo-b'ition Studs 8 to 8 each
4" Foo a Vea: Kibbun slidea.. 8 to 12 oach
8 " Gold Thimbles & Pencils.. 4 to tteach
10 Miniature Lockets 3 50 to It oach
4 " " ' MiliriosDrlnirslO to 0 each
" Toothrdeks, Cropses e 2 to 8 each
5 ' plain (mid Kings 4 o 10 each
3" chased Wold Kings 4 to llesck
10" Wot'O ot & Signet Kings 2,50 to 10 oach
l'" Cal. Diamond Kings a to 10 each
10" (ioM l'eus Silver Extension
Holders aud 'encils 4 to lOoaoh
.0 " . (iolJ Pens & tt.dd Mountad
Holders A to 10 each
5 " Hold 1'etis Gold Ex' ens
Holder ' 10 to 25 each
' Sen Ludies Jewelry Jet
, "old 5 to 13 each
' Sets Lidies Jewelry cameo,
Peurl opul and othoratonos..4 to 15 caob
5 Lmlles Uill & Jet Buckles.. 5 tO 13H IllOl
J " ' " " Hair liars
Balls j to 10 each
AltKANUAI.E ft ('0. Manufiourors Agonts
No. 16T Broad . av. Now Vurk.
Announce '.hat all of !he above list of good
will be sold for Osc Dollar each.
In cuii.-eqiu'n"e of the great siaanatinn of
irailein the iiianiil'jcturinff Jdistricm of En-
gl m I, through the war huving cut cfl' the
uiiply ol cotton, n atr. Qtianlilv ofValua-
ble Jewel. y, originally intended fo' the Eng
lish maiket, h s been sent off (or saU in? tlPis
country and mcst bk solu at any sacri
fice ! Under these cin uinslancei. arsan-
dale &l co., acting as aiii nts for the Drinci-
pal European innunfactiireis, have resolved
upon a tieut Gift i4pporiioumeiiW to divided
according tu the following regulations:
ucriiiicates ot the various urticles are put
into envelopes indiaiimiuatelv. sealed uo
and when oidered. are Uken out witlioutre
gard in choice, aud sent by mail, thus show-
inj; no lavoritisin. On receiiit ollhe lerti-
licate.you will see what you are to have, and
then il is at yi nr option ti send the dollar
und lake 1 he article or not. Purcliisers may
thus obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond Ring,
or any set of Jewelry 011 our list for Use
Dollar.
Si nd 25ccnts, for Certificate
In all transactions by mail. we shall charge
for lunvardiiijj the Certificates, paying1 post
age and doing the bU'iiness.'Jocla encli. which
must be inclosed when the certificate is
rent lor. Five certificates will he sent for
1, eleven for 2, thirty for $5, sixty-five
lor 10. one hundred for&l5.
Wltiil tlio ''1'iesi" say of us
The Jjnf(iy.lU(.lnd.) Daily Courier March
18, ISiio, says.
'A butler selected, more varied or fash
ionable assortment of je,velry cannot be
Imiiid on the continent thau Arrandule or
Co. are now oflorino. Messrs Airardale &
co. occupy a high position n commercial
circles as men entirely above the common
trickery of trade, Iheir s'tui'ments may be
implicitly Hied upon, b t li as 10 the tharac
ter nf lli- tr pn nl-.nil m uiu-r of disposal,
Ladies !-;".'( ? i:v in ail part of the country,
are r-jii.iiig' 1 nut'smne lnditsLs agents, and
if any t i' i t r lair re uicrs dcuiie to inteiest
tli(m-i !? in thf cterpii.ie, they may dos
with pfr'i-ct c.oulidi'oce.
EjirLnVJiEST fo a Ladiu Tlie most eli
gible and 1 r. Cti-bie employment we have
heard of lor l.dies isllio tale ol certificates
for (ho Great Gift Distribution of Arrandale
&. Co. ' A lady of our acquaintance has been
very succpssIiiI in (his way, not only 111 fil
ling her ow n purse , but also in doing a good
turn to those to whom slie sold the certifi
cates, as will be seen by our advertising
columns. Gentlemen can also be thus en
gaged jV Y Sunday Marcury
aoknis We want agents 111 every lep.
merit and in every town and county in the
country, and those acting as such will be
allowed 10 cents 011 every certificate ordered
by them, provided their re niltauce amount
to one dollar also other inducements which
can be learned on application. Agents' will
collect 5 cents for every certificate, and re
mit 15 cents to us, either in cash or postage
stamps.
ARRANDALE & Co.
June Ist-CS 6w 167 Broadway N.Y,
NOTICE TO BRIDGE
BUILDERS
VTOTICE hereby given that the Commlssio
ll nera of Viuton County, Ohio, will meet in
Palest;! aiautson Township on
SatnrdMj te22tA day of July 1865,
At ten o'clock, P.M., on said day, for the
porpose ot letting to the lowest resposiblo' bid
der lie building or a Testis Bridge at.'the
crossing cf Raccoon Creek at or near the
south east end of Commercial Street where the
Pratrsville and Zaliski Koad crosses and also tha
Koad loading from Zalcaki to l'ackarda Mill In
Kuox Township.
J!y order of Commissioners
H.C. MOOKEAud'r V.Co.O.
April 13th !Sr!5-6w.
NOTICE.
es
tate of Kphrairn Sookhold, lata of Vinton
County Ohio, deceased, has filed heracconnta
and vouches, for Inspection and final settle
moot, and that the same will be passed upon
on the 27th day ofMay A.D. 1305.
RICHARD CRAIG,
iIay4,1SS-3 Probat-j Jula.
FRESH CAN FRUIT.
PINE-AfPLES, Peaches, Strawberries, Black
hvrva ItrMfl - Tom Jnst recelviul an4 fn
aale at tha Drug 8tore of
Dr. A. CONDEE,
HDLBERTS CORNER,
Dr. . COJBIEE
Having j,urelii8fd the Drug eBtaUifbracnt of Dodgo and Phi!l:
unu u-i.icu new ami complete supjily thereto, would call utteutioa
flhejowest price of 1 ii
DRDGS, CHEMICALS
PA1XT.
01 S,
7 LYE
Shaik, paint, wash
FINE 1 50 BRANDY,
WINES AMD LIQUORS
of all descriptions for MoJlcil purpoaes
PUTTY.
GLASS.
INKS.
LAMPS.
WHITE LEAD.
CIGAES.
TOUACCO
SNUFF
and everything elao ia the DRUG
We buy and
ONLY
Competent .liysoinm and DmggiBt, will attend to tlie making
rot accornte compounoiiig ol all
, night, dive us a call and we warrant eatiBtuctioii.
July 23th 1864,- lyr.
mm
mm
PERFIMIERY,
and camel hair!
0
lino at Cincinnati retail PRI C
sell for CASIL
iMeGicino8 or 1 rcecripuuiiB, any or 1
Dr A. CONDE.
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
ON and after Monday, Ootober31, 16R4, and
un till further notico, trains will run as fol
ows: MAIL GOING FAST,
Leave Cincluna'd at 7:40 A. M.s Leaves Lovo
and.at. 8.5J A, M.; arrives at Cblllicotho at
12:29 P.M.; Leavoi Chilllcothe at 12:D0 P. M.;
loaves Ilaniden Juricti")! ut 2:l'i P.M.; leaves
McArthur. at 2;M P. il.; leaven Z ileski, at 3:01
P. M., leaves Athens at 4: l;i P. M. Arrives
at Marietta at i):55P. M ; arrivoa at Parkers
burg at 7:00 P.M.
MAIL GOINO WF.-iT.
Leave I'arkershurg, at 7:40 A. M.; loaves Mar
ietta at 7:45 A.M.; loaves Athena at 1 :31 A.
M.; leaves ZaloMti, 11:45 A. M.: loaves MoAr
Uiur. 12:18 P. M.; Hamdou Junction at 12:32
A.M. Arrives at Ohlllicothe at 1:5a P.M.;
Loaves Chiiliooiha at 2'U P.M.: leaves Love
land at 6:!)6 P. M.; arrivea at Ciueinnattl at
700 P.M.
Zaleskl Frolght carylng passengers, pac
McArthur goin East at i:50 A.M.; going
West a', 2:54 P.M.
The Aceommoda'.i.'m Train Leave Chillleothe
t 5:20 A.M.; arrives at I'ine'uniaUl at 10:25 A.
M.; loaves t'oncinnati at S:fiJ P. M ; arrive at
Cuiilicothe ot 3: j P.M.
CouLectioiia aro nind at Lovolanl with
Triant to and from Columbus; and at Hamdcn
Juuction wi'.b trains lo atu from Portsmouth
JOHN IJLKAND, Sup't.
RAILROAD. MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
PORTSMOUTU BRA NCR
ON and aftor Thursday, Fobruary i.5,
rogular Passenger Trains will run in eon
noetion with the Trains on main line botwc -ti
Portsmouth and Cincinnati, as follows:
Leavoa Portsmouth at 6:15 A. M., arrive at
Pioneer, at 9:85A.M.; arrivoa at Portland at
10:06 A.M.; arrives ti Jackson at 10:57a. '!.:
arrives at Huradcn at ll:Cu A.M.; arives at Cm'
cini all at 5:55 P.M.;
Loaves Cincinnati at 8:30 A.M.; leaves H'im
den at 3:0 P.M.; arrives at Jackson at 3:4 P.
M.; arrivoa at Portland at 4:21 P.M.; arrives at
Pioneer at 4:30 P.M.; arrivea at Portsmouth at
6:10 P.M.
Accommodation Train departs from Ports
mouth at 2:45 P.M.; arrives at Pioneer at 4:3
and dcSarta at 4:50; arrivos at Jackson at 6:.-,4
and Ilnmdon. bt 7:30. Departs 6:40 A.M ; ar
rivos'at Jackson at 7:35; arrivea at Pioneer at
9:35; and arrives at Portsmonthat 11:45.
Through Tickets to Cincinnati can ba obtain
ed at Portsmouth, Portland, and Jackson, at
tho following rates:
Portsmouth to Cincinnati, 4,09
Portland ' do t,400
Jackson " do 4,00
ROUND TRIP TICKETS.
From Pertamonth to Cincinnati and
6,00 Tickets from rortaraouth to
and Parkeraburg, f 3,00.
JOHN DURaND
K VT. QTJAPE, Assia'l Sap't
Feb.25ih 1864 lyr.
A. S. BROWN.
T. P. BROWN
BROWjV BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE AND SETAIL DEALERS IN
GRQCERIES'AND LIQUOR?.
No. t Pig Iron Corner,.
Portsmouth, Obio;J
IMPORTANT FINE ART ANNOUNCEMENT
e Jtaiiod i ssochtiou
OF NEW YORK,
Beg to onnouncn the coniplotlon, for immediate
delivery to Pubcrlbors, of Mie Superb
Steel-Line Engraving,
YASmGT0 RECEIVIXG A SALUTE
ON THE FIEUJ OF TRtNTON.
From the original raintir.g, by those dls
tingiiished Artists,
J.FAED, R.S: ., and R.ANDELL R.A.
It ia endorsed as a work of Art hy a host of
cminont tnon, as ovidouced by 'ho opinions aub
joined.
THE HON. EDWARD EVERETT.
"A vory pleasing and happily executed work
an engraving of rare beauty."
EDWARD EVERETT.
I.T. GEN, HMirirXI) SCOTT.
"Cannot ba contemplated without an increaa
cd love of every public and private virturo."
W INFIELD SCOTS.
THK ARCnniSHOPOF NMV VORK.
''It ia indeed a beautiful specimen of Art."
JOHN Mrt'LOSKEY.
FKED. E, ClIlIllCIl.
"I am dolightid with tho Engraving; It does
full juatieo to the nohlj slmplioity and dignity,
which ia t ce great charm of the picture."
FRED. E. CHURCH .
HON. W.tl.II. SCUAHD.
"Oiler mj congrntulntlons upon tho patriot
ism and good taste abown.and upon tha success
ful execution of the woik."
PKESIDENTJOF THE UNITED STATtS
( "Aeeopt my congratulations upon the comple
uuuoi bun ibij ouauiiiui worn. '
A. LINCOLN.
HENRY W. LONGFELLOW.
"Eeant.fiiily cieented Accept my bes.
:!" j o ur Biiccess.''
II. W. LONGFELLOW.
fA.T(ir. cr.r.. phekman, u.r. a.
cl't lurito the hiirh uni'oniam It ha ro -ti."
W. T. S.Iiv'U VN, Maj.ilua.
Th's mr.i-f.'f Line ErgTavIpgls
THE VIRSTQP A A' ANNUL SERIES
of itrs t 1 ti-fr; ivirrv cf A iiioncsn Subjects,
to be isMiul caihyci r nil vf which will he
origmul rrl.N, und o' the highest order of
metito, at tho lw prifecf .
1'iVE DoIIars
which includes free admission to thoGallety of
the Aoc ation at all limes and an interest in
Twenty Thousr.nd Dcdlnrs worth of
Pai nt 1 11 gv,
and othe r work a of Art to be PRESNTED to
Tba Subscribe for the Current Tears Eograriiif
Negotiations with distinguished artiata fur
works for fi.ture year irsues are now pending,
seenring to the tubscnbeis, Engravings of
equal
Importance, Denntr, Orlsinnli(y& Value
Copies oftha " Wtwhingtm rectiHng a Stlutt
On tit Field nf Trtntm! may he aeon a Wil
liaiis Evekett'b Boston; Bctceb PirtBtoo
Wat, Baltimore; Jahes 8 Earli & Sons
Philadelphia, Philf ds Soiomo, Washinton'
C. BBAcnvooEL, Chicago, R. W. Cabroll, &
Co. Cincinnati; Pkttis Sr Liatbs, SuLouii
tha Gallery of the National Art Association'
561 and 563 Broadway New York, also it tha'
principal Art Stores in every city in the
country.
Tha Engraving will ba forwarded, securely
Eacked in a strong tube, upon receipt of FIVE
10LLARS, directed to the Actuary at the Gal
leries, as above, or box 4429, Post Office New
York. It can also ba obtained of the aubacribt
er, who is the local Agent of tha National Art
Association.
C.t. BILLTNGHTJRSr,
May la-45-tf McArthnrOhio.
I
by
TJJIS TnY0lGtt
- AND -
REMEMBER IT'
SrRING AND SUMMER FASH
IONB FOR 18.5.
DEARER IN
Wen and Rojs Clobing,
MIIN STREET,
McArthur, Ohio,
Having just rassived a larew sr. apt
did stock of
Spring Clothing
and Furnish
ing Goods,
Such as
LIGHT & DARK COLORD COATS
kMEN'S BOYS ilND YOUTHS SUIT
Neatly got up
P4NTS 4ND VK8T3
Of rnrious patterns of American and French
Ca?simeres anil cut in the latsst ml. to
gether with a tasty assortment of
Shirts snd IVeck Ties.
org leive to imform the Put lie that. haf.
tng porchased our entire stock nf nimhin
and Furnishing Goods at the present heavy
decline in Gold and f he
oiation in the value of Merchandise I am -therefore
enabled willing and ready to sell
my foods fullv in ocrorilanr .;ih it,u.
cline and which cannut fail to kui u
attention ofrlo;e buyers even at the present
uciir aeu oittta 01 me marKet
1 guaraulee my Clothing to ,
Fit Well on io Sale!
1 also have a nice ssaortmenl of
Tmnfo, Vnlhe anj Carpet a;f
Don't fail to examine an jv.1. Kr
chasing elsewhere as money can be saved
buying at .
GEO RE B. WiLL
June 8th 1865 tf
J i'8iicE8 Blanks. Ri.ask Dvno 4
etc., of all descriptions for sale at this
Otace.
GEORGE B

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