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Tho MeArhur Democrat
UFMCIAL OROAN Of VINTON OOONTY,
LOCAL DEPARTMENT
FOB LEOit HOT1CM 8EB FOOHTH tAGEJ
tm TBBB OiO tO WlilTB, 1 t AOTItI
term srsmen. TEBMS.PAY1N ADVANCE.
Dr. Uaphnel.
II as change hi residence from
Cincinnati to Chicago. All Letters
are to be addressed to bim a follows.
MR RAPHAEL,
B.x No 6273, Poet Office,
Chicaoo. Illinois.
Mr. J. W. LootM, a citizeu of
onr County and a discharged Boldier
of the 86th Uk. haviug los a leg is
callioj; on our citizmis, for tlia pur
pose of receiving nubecribera, to the
Nurso and Spy, a thrilling history ot
cno iu the" war. Every person
should have a copy and wo hope oui
peupe will subscribe liberally. Mr.
lagan is a worthy young man. See
Ivsrtisetuent in Bnother column.
ATTENTION, SOLDHSRS ! I
I wish to say lo aur returning soldiers,
willows, and heir of deceased soldier,
lint I will attend to gelling iheir Back
Pay, Bounties, siid Pensions, and Local
Uounties ; Uo, lor all who were impris
oned in Southern prisons commutation in
money for their rations whilst imprisoned
ml three months extra pay; and t will at
tend to the collection of all other claims
on the United States or State of Ohio.
Fa for each application from 65 to HO
-owing to the trouble and expense incur-
d. E. A. BRTTON.
McArthur, Ohio.
July 13. 18G5.
To Candidatbj The friends of
all who propose to be candidates be
fore the Primary Election, which
will bu held in the several townships
outholJKhof next inontb, ebonld
announce their names not later than
. tit
next wetk. luo people euouia
know who are the candidates, that
they may bo prepared to choose the
mon they want to fill our county of
li.jos. Attend to this matter in tl'i e.
IDCTDr. Uamlnger has been appoin
tud a n Examining Surgeon for all
applicants for Peneious, &c. Office
at Dr. Cuodco'a Drug Store,
McArthur, O.
Printing; Election Tickets. All
who want Primary Eluctiou Tickets
should apply soou, and not postpone
it until the day of the election.
CfU. B. Will is now soiling
Goods at the lowest figirea prepara
tory to a fall Block. Call and get a
bargain.
Acknowledged Superiority of Roback's
Bitters.
These far imiu- are -in
in tueir nurity as a stimulant
their efficacy as medicine, anil strength
ening properties a a ionic, superur io uy
oil., i knouii iimoound. Physicians sc-
kiiiiw Ipfltff! this in Drebcribinir it for their
iMiients. The government acknowledges
ihhi in isKiiini; their, to the arm, and lath
m nrkiiuiv ledffe this in usins Ineiu In
fhpir fotiiilipM.
Kobm k's Bitters re ktimii throughout
the civilized world, and as tt.cy are grow
ing iu public estimation continually, lliey
will soon be the onegieal universal reme
dy, Bunplanting all similar preparations
every w life.
FAMILY GROCERY
PROVISION STORE.
J. W. CALDWELL.
0
A riARCI.
MV.CAIDWELU CO.,
(Om Door Eabt ofthb Co-jit Houat)
JleARTHUK, OHIO,
Rffpn on hand, and for sale, Family Groce
ries of all kind?, and best qualities. Also.
Sugar Cured Hams, Mess Pork, Dried Beef,
ami other articles in the Provision line.
Ic c-Ccniii Saloon
We are fitting up an Ice-Creom Saloon.In
couneclion with our Grocery, where Ladies
and Gentlemen can be supplied during the
dar and evening. Families supplied on
liberal terms.
1CE1 ICE! ICE!
Alaree auantitr of IceoiOiand, and for
sale, between six and eight o'clock every
morning uutill further notice.
AS WE DO A CASH BUSINESS, ex
clusively, tnd keep no accounts, it it hoped
our friends will not ask for trust, for, how
ever disagreeable it may be to us and
them, we will be compelled to refuse. Our
goods are sold as CHEAP as the sarao arti
cles can be obtained in tiiis market, and we
therefore confidently solicit the patronage
the public
COUNTRY PRODUCE taken, io ex
chance for Groceries
- -J W. CALDWELL & C:
Way 11th 1865-ly
L S. LOAN
THIRD SERIES,
$330,000,000.
By authority oi tbe Secretary of tbe Treas
ary, tbs Uidsrsigned th Central Subscription
Agancy for tba tale of United Bute Stourirties
offer to the pubhe tba third series of Treasoay
Notes, bearing tevea and three tenths par
cent. Interest, per annum known as the
SE VKN-THIRTY L OAN.
These notes are Uiued under date of July,
1Mb, 1565, and ate payable three years from
that date, in eurraucy, or aro couvrUblj at
.be option of the holder into
U.S. o-'JO Nix per Out.
GOLU-BEARING BONDS.
T1iho bonds are now worth s hnndsome
premium, and are exempt, as are the govern
ment Rands, from State County and Municipal
taxation, whloh addsfroni one to throe pa -cent.
por niium lo their value, awe rding to the rare
hiviatl on upon olhor property. The (ntereat
ia payable WJiui-aunual by coune attached
to each note, which may be out otfaudeold to
any hank or banker.
The interest ut 7-311 per cent ; amount io
One cent per day on a I M note.
Twowntson a 100. note
Ton oq a eSOO note
1:0 on a llOOOoole
Ion a 5000 notes
ivote or all dcnoiuiuations nu-iie.l will be
promptly furnished upon recuipt of eubscrip
tif-na.
I lie INolee or Una Third Series are precisely
similar iu form and unvikvua to tha Seven.
Thl rtles already sold, except that the Govern
ment reserves to itself tha option of paving In-
e'etiu gold coin at 6 per ceut., Instead of 7 3-
lOlhs in currency. 6ubM.ribtirs will deduct the
in to rent iu enrrenco up to July 15th, at the
time when thoy suhwribo.
Tha delivery of the notes of this third series
of the Sevan-thirties will comrnenoe on the lat
of J line, and will be made promptly andeou-
linaoualy altor that dalo.
Ihe alight change made in tha conditions of
this Till HI) SERIES, effects only lbs matter of
Interest. The pnymeni iu gold, if made, Kill
! equivaloul lo the curreucy interact of the
higher rate.
Thu return to specie payments in the event
of which only will the option to pay Interest In
Mold ho availed of, would so reduce and equalize
prices that purchase made wilo x per cent.
u gold would he fully equal to thoae made with
seven and three-tombs pur cent in currency.
Till, ia
THE 0.L1 WAX IX MARKET
Now offered by the Government, and its super-
lor advantagoa make It the
HEAT POPULAR I.DAN OF TUB PEOPLE.
Less than 2W,000,0io of iheLuau authorize
by the Congreaa erenow on the market. This
amount, at the rate at which It ia beiug absorb
ed, will be HuWrlbed for within aixty-days,
whon the notos will undoubted y command a
premium, as haa uniformly bcetithe caae on
closing the subscrlptionnto other Lo.nn.
In order thatciiizouaof evury town and sao-
tionofthe country may bi affirded facilities
for taking the loan, the National 'Banks, State
Bunka, and Private Bankers throughout the
country have junerally agreed to receive sub
scriptions utpar., Suhacrihcra will sulccttheir
own agonta, in whom they have cnnrMoiK-e.
and who only aro to be ri'Kpnnxilih for the do
lveryoftbe noU s lor which they receive or
ders. JAV COOKE.
brascHirTHN A tiT, Philadelphia.
Fi-fst'xiriifNs wii.l hk khjkived by the
F!rt National T.unk of fM'llro'l.p,
Kirl Nuti.ins' IUnk of Cincinnati.
Tire! National Hank of Atlii.
FirU Narl-i'i il Bn' of lirt ii-ii'.Ii,
Mav 2,'ith '.' 3no.
1865 1865
to
of
'Eighteen years eatablixhed In N Y. City,"
'Only infallible remedies known."
"Free Irora Poisons."
"Not dsngirons (0 tho Unman Family."
"Kuts come out of thoir holes to die."
"Costar.a" Knts.ltoach, Ac,, Biter's.
Is a pele nsed for Kate,
Mice, Konchos, Black and
Hod Aunr&o.,fcc.,S:c.
"CostnrV1 Bed-Bus Exterminator,
Is a liquid or wash, used to
deatroy, and also as a pre
ventive for Bed-Buga, Ac.
"Costar'a" Elecii le Powder for Insects,
Is (or Moths, Mosquitoes,
Fleas, Bed Bug", Insects oa
Plsnts, Fowl, Animals, ae.
by all Druggists aud Retailers
worthless Iml
tsr sold
everywhere.
l-ff- 1 1 1 Bkwaki 1 1 1 of all
tations.
f Bee that " Costal 's" name Is on eaoh
Box, ZfOtUe, and Flask, before you nny.
1IEMIY R. COStAR
tJT PaiHorrAi. Dspot, 482 Broadway.N.
tT Hold by Dr. A. Condii, and all Drug
gista and J'eaieri in mcarinur, uuio,
1865.
1NCREA8E OF KATS. The Farmer's Ga
iette( Engliiih) tasertsand proves hy flirures
that one pair of rats will have a proeenv.and
descendants no less than 6M , 60 in three years
Now, unless this immense family can be
down, tney woum ouusurua mere looa
wonld sustain 61,000 human bein a.
By See "CosTia's" adveithinent in
paper.
1865.
RATS versus BIRDS. Whoevor
in ahoolin? small birds is a cruel
man, vrhoever aula in exterminating
is a benefactoi. We should like some
our correspondents to give us the benefit
their experience in drmnjj out these
Wef need sometbine besides dors, rats
traps for thia busiurs. &ien(ie Amrkan.
iw iora.
Cir See CosTijtV'' advertisement
uib papr.
IMPORTANT ANNODNCMENI
GREAT SALE
or
WATCHES, CIIA1.S, RIXGSic
ONE MILL ION DOLLARS WORTH
TO BE DISPOSKD Of AT
One Iollar Each!
Without isgard to Value I Not to be paid for
until yon know what yon are to receive 1 1 1
Sylendltl List of Articles!! All to be
sold at One Dollar Each 1 1 1
800 Musical Bozos ttofl50eecb
160 " " with Bells and
'.aatlniU 200 to SOO each
800 Silv Tnapota eoffae Urns HO lo 40 each
SO to 100 each
-80 to SO each
SO each
SO each
fro each
SO each
20 dot.
5O0 Chafing Diahes
1000 Ice r itohers-..
ttOO Bymp cups 6aalvsrs20 to
5000 gohloui adrinkingcups 5 to
juoo taaiera lato
U00 Fruit. Card and Cake
Baakatii 20 lo
MOO Duz. Silv' Tea Spoon 10 to
10000 Table spoons and
Fork 20 to 40 doz.
2j0 tients gold huntinf-caso
Watchea SO to 150 each
2i0 Ladies (J old A Enamold bunt-
ing caae WaAihea f 0 tu 70eae
500 Uenta' Uuuting-case Silver
Watches 33 to 70 eaoh
SOO Diamond Ring SO to 100 each
6000 Gold Neck a Veatchaiua-. 4 to SO each
3000 Oval Ban4 Bracelet-. 4 to
6000 Jot and Gold BraceleU-.. 6 to
2000 Chatelaiee a Guard chains S to
70UO Soliuire a Gold Brooches-. 4 o
SO 0 (Aoralopalaemerald brooches 4 to
SOOU Mosaic, Jet, Lava aud Floren
tine Ear Drops 4 to
7500 Coral, Opal & Emerald drops 4 to
400O Cat. Diamond Breast Pin-tf.&Oto 10 each
3000 Fob ik Vest Watch-keys.. i,SO to teach
sets Sleeve-buttons aStuds 8 to
Fob a Vest Hibbon-alidea.. 8 to
Hold Thimbles & Ponoila.. 4 to
Miniature Lockets 3 60 to
" " Magio springs 10 to
Toothpicks, Croaaes ao to
plain Uold Kings 4 to
chased Gold Kings 4 to
Bone set tic Signet Kings 2,50 to
Cal. Diamond Ui nga it to
Uold Pans Silver Extension
Holderaand 'encils 4 to
Uold fans & Uold Mounted
Holders t to
S 11 Uold Pens a Gold Ex'cna
Holders IS to
7 " Sets Ladles Jewelry Jet
end Uold 5 to
sets liauies Jewelry csmeo
s
4
S "
10
4
8 "
5
5 "
10"
10"
10"
10"
8 each
10 each
20 each
10 each
teach
t each
I each
8 each
12 each
teach
11 each
80 each
8 each
10 each
11 each
10 each
10 each
10 each
10 each
25 each
IS each
5 '
5 "
rearl opal and otlwralonoa--4 to
Ladies Uili Sc Jet Buckles.. 6 to
15 each
15 each
Hair Bars a
Balls 5 to 10 each
AKKANDALE & Co. Msnufacurers Agenta
No. 167 Broad'i ay,Now York.
Announce that all of the above list of goods
will be sold for One Dollar each,
In consequence of the great slaguatian of
trade in the manufacturing' districts of En
glunJ, through the war having cut off the
supply of cotton, a large quantity of Valua
ble Jewelry, originally intended (o the Eng
lish market, has been sent off for sale in J this
country, and must be solu atahysacbi
rics! Under these circumstances, abbas
dale &. co., acting as agents for the princi
pal European manufacturers, have resolved
upon a greut Gift i4pporlioument to divided
according lo the following regulations;
Certificates of the various articles are put
into cuveloiies indiscriminately, sealed up
and when ordered, are taken out without re
gard to choice, and sent by mail, thus show
ing no favoritism. On receipt of the certi
ficate, you will see what you are to have.and
then it is at ycur option to send the dollar
uud take the article or not. Purchasers mav
thus obtain a Goid Watch, Diamond Ring,
or any set oueweiry oil our list lor une
Dollar.
heud S3 rents, for Certificate
In all transactions by mail. we shall charge
for iorwardiui! the U-rlidcatcs. paying post
age and doing the Dusiness.'iDcis eacn.wnicn
must be inclosed w hen the certificate is
rent for. Five certificates will he sent for
til. f If veu for 2, thirty for 85, Bixty-five
for ft 10. one hundred fur 815,
Whiitllie "Press" say of us
The Lafuy'.ttt (Ind.) Daily Courier Murch
18, 18bD, says.
'A better selected, more varied or fash
ionnble assortment of jewelry cannot be
found on the conluieut thau Arrandale &
Co. are now oflerinz. Messrs Atrardale St
co. utcupy a high position Jin commercial
circles us men entirely arjove tne common
rkkcrv of trade, their statements may be
miilicitly relied upon, both as lo the chnrac
ter of their goods and manner of disposal,
Ladies especially in all part of the country.
are realizing fsiidaome profits as agents, and
if any of our fair readers desire to interest
thfiivielvrs in the eterprise, they may do so
with perfect confidence.
.. . ' V ,. . 1 .
Kmplovmest for LADits ine most eli
gible and profitable employment we have
heard Ot lor Ladies is me saie oi cemncaies
for the Great Gift DUtri'mlion of Arrandale
Si Co. A lady of our acquaintance has been
very successful in this way, not only in fil
ling her own purse, out also in aoing a goou
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 Mwcury
AOEHTS we want BReu'.a innrery ieLi
ment and in every town and county in
country, and those acting as such win oe
allowed 10 cents on every certificate ordered
by them, provided their re mttance amount
to one dollar also other inducements which
can be learned on application. Agents will
collect 25 cents for every certificate, ana re
mil 15 cents to us, either in casli or postage
stamps.
AUKAINLIAiiEi Ot UO.
June Ist-65-6w 167 Broadway N.Y,
NOTICE TO BRIDGE
BUILDERS
Y,
kept
uTOTICK hsrahv riven that the Commlssio
IN nere of Vinton County, Ohio, will meet in
Zaleski Mad taon Township on
Satnrday ti22tA day of July 1865,
At ten o'clock. P.M.. on said day, for the
porposa of letting to the lowest resposible bid
der the hnlldin of a Testle Bridie at!(hi
aroaidnm cf Baoooon Creek at or near the
nnth east and of Commercial 8treet where the
PraUsville snd ZaliBkl Road erosses aod also the
Road leading from Zaleski to Packard MUI in
Knox 7bwnship.
Jly ordsr of Commissioners
II. C. HOO&i Aad'r Y.Co.O.
April 13th:865-6w.
NOTICE.
en
eaees rats
of
Lncetu Rookhold Administratrix of tha es-
tita of Enhraim iockhold. late of Vinton
Uonotv unio.oeoaasea, nassiea neraowaaw
and vonahea. for inspection and final settle
ment, and that tbe same will be passed upon
on tha 7tn day of Hay a .u. ibsb.
B1CHARO CKAIG,
May4,185-3w Probate Jadje.
and
r barrval
fl sale at tha DmjiBtorasof
FRESH CAN FRUIT.
-QlNS-APPLESi reacbes, BUawbernaa.JJlack
X berrya Gnu Feaa Jost raoaivwd and kf
Pr.A.C02fpiZ.
S-$a . . (04-3i-ig!
mm
'HULBERTS CORNER.
Dr. . COKBDE E
IIaT:nr vurcbaeed Hit) I'rug CGtablioLoit-iit il Dodte an I rinllV'
and ttd'k'd a new anil cum iilctt: 6 u iil y llmtto. would cull ut'.eiitiuu I
fthojowest prico of Lii
DRHGS,
PAIXT.
CHEMICALS
01 S,
1 LYE
STIFF ,
PERF131EIIY,
HAIR, PAINT, WASH AND CAMEL HAIll
BBKUSIHIES.
FINE 150 BRANDY,
WINES AHD LIQUCRS
of all duacriptlons for Medical purposes
PUTTY,
GLASS,
INKS.
LAMPS,
WI1ITE LEAD,
CIGAES.
T015ACCO
SNUFF
and everything elso in tho DRUG lino at Cincinnati retail PR1C
Wo buv and sell for CASH
a
ONLY
CoiDDfttont Phvseians and Drnggist, will attend to tie making
fof accurate compounding of all Medicines or PrcBcriptiuiis, duy or
night. Give us a call and we warrant satisfaction.
July 28th 1804,-lyr. a. cumj!!,.
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
ON and aftir Monday, Ootoher31. 1864, and
untill further notice, trains will run as fol
ows: UA1LG01NU EAST,
Leaves Cincinnati at 7:40 A. M.: Leaves Lovo
and, at 8:63 A, M.: arrives at Chillicothe at
n-M I' M Loaves Chillicothe at 12:50 F. M.;
l.ve Hamdan Junction at2:Kl'. M.: leaves
M., leaves Athpn- v 4:13 1. St. Arrives
Marietta at :5' ' '' : .rrives at Porkera-
11 l."i
iiui.V:
(.'in:;.
McArthur. at 2:31 P. M.; leaves Zaleski, at 3:01
P.
tt
buriratT:O0P. M
. mai:
Leaves Parkersbu
iottaat7:45 A.V
M.; leaves Znleli
thur, 11:18 P. M.;
A.M. Arrives ai
Leaves ChllhVolho :l
land at fi:56 P. M.;
700 P.M.
Zaleski Freight curyir.t!
McArthur goiuir
Tha Aonominoiliiti.iu Triiiu I.f lives Chillicothe
at 5:20 A.M.; ariivjj nt Cnidr.miUi al 10:25 A.
H.; leaves t'oncir.r.iiU a: a.vU r. ; urnveaai
Chillicothe at S:50 P. M.
ConLections nrn mm .a nt Lov3,iind with
Triam to and fr .n rol imlmi: nt Haiudeo
Junctiou with t -i in uml frmn P"rtmoUth
!IX DL'UA.Vi), .Snp't.
St.; leaves Mar
i i mimis at 1 :31 A.
A. M.; knvcsMoAr
;:i iiiH.Uon at 12:82
!.,; :,: 1:54 P.M.
2:1S P. it.: leaves Love-
srrivch at Cincinnati! at
K-oii A. ..;
pSKSOS
goin
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
Son
PORTSMOUTI1 BRANCH
ON and after Thursday, February S5, 1364
regular Passenger Trains will run in con
nection with Hie Trains on main line betwoon
Portsmouth an;'. Cinoirr.a i, as follows :
Leaves PorwnouUi at 6:IS A. M., arrives at
Pioneer, at 9:15A.M.; arrives at Portland at
10:06 A.M.; arrives ta Jackson at 10:57a. M.;
arrive at Humden ut 11:S0 A.M.; arivesat Cin
cinr.ati at 5:55 P.M.;
Luuvea Oir.cinnati at S:30 A.M.; leaves Ham
den at 3:0 ..M.; nrriveB at Jackson at 8:84 P.
M.; arrives at Portland at 4:21 P.M.; arrivosal
Pioneer at 4:80 P.M.; arrives at Portsmouth at
:10P.M. ' .I,.
Accomrcodstion Train departs from Ports
mouth at 1:45 P.M.; arrives at Pioneer at 4:8
and de9arts at4:50; arrives at Jackson at 6:A4
and Hsmdnn. l 7:80. Departs 6:40 A.M ; ar
rivestat Jackson at 7:35; arrives at Plonoorat
9:35; md arrives at Portsmouthat 11:45.
Throngh Ticketa to Cinolnnati can be obtain
ed at Portsmouth, Portland, and Jackson, at
the following rates:
Portsmouth to Clnoinnali, 14.00
Portland do t.400
Jackson "do 4 ,00
ROUND TRIP TICKETS.
From Portsmouth to Cincinnati an
16,00 Tickets from Portsmouth to
and Petersburg, $3,00.
JOHN DURaND
R. W . QCAPE. Assis't 8up't
lab. 5th ,1864 lyr.
1
A. S. BROWS. T. P. BROWN
BROWN BROTHERS,
WHOLUALB AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
GROCEWES'AND LIQUOR?,
No. t Fig Iron Corner,
I Fortamoutb, Ohio;
IairOUTANT FINE ART ANNOUNCEMENT
OF NEW YORK,
Bog to announce the completion, for immediate
delivery to Suhcribcrs. of "he Superb
Steel-Lino Engraving,
WASU1XGT0X HECEIVIXG A SALUTE
ON THE FIELD OF TR'NTON.
From tbe original painting, by tboso dis
tingaishod Artists,
J.FAED, R.S; ., and R.ANDELL R.A.
It Is endorsed as a work of Art by a host of
eminent men, as evidencod by the opinions sub
ioinad.
THE HON. EDWARD EVERETT.
"A very ploaslngnnd happily executed work
an engraving of rare beauty."
EDWARD EVERETT.
LT. GEN, WIMF1ELU SCO IT.
"Cannot bo contemplated without an increna
ed love of every public and private virmre."
WLNKILLD SCOTS.
THE AltCliniSUOI'OF NMV VORK.
"It is iudoed a beautiful specimen of Art."
JOHN McCLOSKEY.
FRED.E, ClIlJltCH.
"I am dolighted with tho Engraving; it does
full justice to tho nobh simplicity and dignity,
which is tne great charm of the piatnre."
FRED. E. CHURCH
HON. WIT!. II. SEW A II D.
"Offer my congratulations upon the patriot
ism and good tasiesbown.and upon the success
ful execution of the work."
PKESIDENTJOF TIIE UNITED STATES
"Accept my oongratnlations upon the comple
tion ot tms very oeauuiui worn."
A. LINCOLN.
HENRY W. LONUFELLOW.
'Beautifully executed Accept my bet.
wghes yo ur succesn.''
w,s lLW. LONGFELLOW.
MAJOR GEE. SIIEKMAN.U.S. A.
ully morito the high enconiums it has re
ed." W. T. SUEBMAN, Maj.Oan.
This mss niflcent Line Ecersvlng Is
THE FIRSTOF AiV ANNUL SERIES
of firs t class engravings of American Subjects,
to be issued each year all of which will be
orl ginal works, and of the highest order of
merite, at the l"w price of
Five DoIIars
which includes free admission to tbe Gallery of
tbe ssoo a tion at all tunes, and an interest in
Twenty Thousand Dollars worth of
Paintings,
and othe r works of Art to be PRESENTED to
The Subscribe" for the Current Years Engraving
Negotiations with distinguished artists for
works for future yean irsues srenow pendii g.
o i . n
securing to tne ouoscriuois, engravings or
!1a81 . .. .
importance, ueamy, urisineuiy& ValHe
Conies of tho " WtfMagtoa rteeivina a SuluU
on tht Field of TrtnUm? may he seen it W ,
mams a Evibktt's Boston; Buteeb Pkrbioo a
Wat, Baltimore; James Slamx ii Sons,
Philadelphia, Philp & Soiomow, Washinton,
C. BsACHVooit, Chicago, K. W. Carroll, A
Co. Cincinnati; Pettis S Lcathb, St. Louis;
the Gallery of the Natiohai Ant Association,
561 and 568 Broadway New York, also t the
prinoipal Art Stores In every city in the
country.
The Engraving will be forwarded, securely
Sacked in a strong tube, upon receipt of FIVE
lOLLARS, directed to the Actuary at the Gal
leries, as above, or box 4429, Post OIHoe New
York. It can also be obtained of the subscrib
er, who is tbe local Agent of the National Art
Association.
. C.J. BJLLINGHURSr,
May 18-65 If McArthur Ohio.
READ TlllS T11R0UGII
.
AND
REMEMBER IT
81'IUNG AND bUMAIEK KA5U-
10 NS FOR 1 S 6 5 .
i.i ii iii, i: ii. ml,
LEAHSIl IN
Veil and Bojs Cloliing,
AM IN 8TRJCET,
McArthur. Ohio.
Having just fete i rod a laraw aaJ anla
did stock of
Spring Clothing
and Furnish
ing Goods,
Such is
LIGHT & DARK COLORD COATS
iMEN'S B0Y3 YOUTHS SUITM
Neatly got up
IMNTS iND VESTS
Of various patterns of American and French
Cassirneres and cut in the latest stvlc ta.
gether with a tasty assortment cf
Sliiils and IYeck Ties.
I beg leave to imforin the Pul lio that, bar
ing purchased our entire stock of Clothing
and Furnishing Goods at the Dresent heaw
decline in Gold and (he consequent depre
ciation in the value of Merchandise I am
therefore enabled willing' and ready to sell
my goods fully in accordance with xhat de
cline and which cannot fail to attract tha
attention of close buyers even at tht present
uepr sseu state oi tne market
1 guarantee iny Clothing lo
Fit Well on no Sale!
I also have a nice assortment of
Trunks, Valise ai C&ipel Btgt
Don't fail to examine mi iinrk Wn
chasing elsewhere as money can bi saved
uj uuvmgat
June 8th 1865 tf
GEOEE B. WlLL'a
JcBTicse Blanks, Blank Dkkim,
etc., of all doecriutioDS for sale at thia

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