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Gil EAT SALE
OF
Hi j'H'GIIES JEWELRY.
,000,000 WOKTH!
out regard lo v&lue, not to
paid for unlit yon kit 010
inhixt yolt an to teCtivt,
o.y A. H. Itowcn fc Vo ,
( Aqcnt fr the Manufacturer.!
..tad UiO folio i-lf list of Articles to be
QXX DOLL R:
,v H .11 lluntlng-cuse Watches.!. IT
. "' Watches, varinis stylos 15
. Ladies' (tulil Watches f'
:) Silver Wntclict. each 20 to US
M Vert & Neck C'liafim " S to i-
t (lei N liaint)iid pliis " S to '-JU
t'O California Diamond our d r r j S to In
"J Mini.iliiro Kevolvimr pins ' j to jii
0 lit liloruiil Diamond iiiul
enamelled (rents' scarf pins-' 8 to 10
J ul Mutonic Ku'blom pinj.. " 3 tu 10
.'.0u (J. Id Hand Itrucelela cng'd " S lo 2u
j.OO J d .and Mosaic, Uroochea.- " 3 to In
:'. imO Cumeo Hronche " A to ItO
:t.mm Tnrul Knr Drop " Hi l
.!."ii 0 I.ll'lis Wllti'll Chains " In 1
ll.OOil tieiiw pin splendid aaairt't " Stole
.Ui'o Solitaire Moi'VUltiUinu,.... " S to I
,0011 S lids tt Sleeve Hnlti'i'Sin set S to In
,0un Sloevi hnttiuia plain in?;ruv d 2 In f
.Oik) plain and engraved KiuiM-... it lull1
S.uUo U'lMi, riuliUi-uirnvml 14 lo 10
,1,001) iota Ladies, Jewelry new and
la'o.tatyos-..' t 1
J 000. lluudswm'sSout Kinifg 3 to 3
. j,. iO Sets IWi.m Sadn-.n .. -i to i
1.000 (lolil nens.fc Ould holder-. 15 to U.1
i.O-iJ tom Jot Bill i"M pins A cur
drops. leliMt style very rich It to 10
'i 000 (iuM Unmme. reneils, ute. 4 t (.
Ki.OiK) bold icne, V silvero&te..i. 4 to 3
lo ooo " " Kb-my ho'ders-... 4 to i:
Till ciHiro iirt of b'nutil'ul unit Vuluubl
fioilsi will I"! KiiliH'ir Oik D-M.t.A each. Corli
SnltuH of aP 1 1)0 ubovonuticlo wil be placed in
envclopus, anil ruled. Tln'eu envelope uro
sc"tif mall, a ordered, without regard In
i'V 'n:e. On the receipt oftho cor'.i lieute yon
u i'l see wll.it you are in h i vo, pnd '.In a it is at
yi i'r ..ptinn to tiund I In. Dollar und litl u the jr
tlcli, or not.
Five cerlillcatM citn be ordered fur nneilnl
I: r; eleven for two dollars; thirty fpr Ave did
i.ir; y-five fjr ton dnllatsi and one liundre
fur tiftuen dollars. W e 1H Kettd finale Cert
rb-ntc on the i i-i pt of 'lb cents. Aleuts wunled
to whom we oiler special terms; eond 25 cults
lor one ccriinoutc and our eiriMilat with ''irm.
A. 11 ROWi.fl A Co.,
Hex 4270 No. PO Ueeliiiiun Street
Muy SStli lsOj- Ohio Ku Vork.
' SEW SKIHTS-F0R18Gr.
HElillB T INVENTION OP THE GE
HOOP SKIRTS.
,1. W. IHtADI.KY'S New I'atent IIM'LK.
i-LMl'TU'or dniible)81'KlNH fKIKT
kVKSTS' KKADlvKY A C'AKV, lute J. I. &
.1 (). Wont,.) I'U'U'UIKTOIW and MAN
1'FACTBKKKS, .'7 Ulmmbers und 7'J and 61
ll'i.ilo Stnet Now Vork.
THUS IN V KN'TION o nsirts of I'L'I'I.KX (or
two) Elliptic fftcel Sprinfr. lnfo!iiniiilv llruid
ed Tiiditly i"d Kirmly tmrother c.ljf to uJga.
ii'uliiiiK '.ho 'oniilictt. rant llixiblo Klantle und
Durable Spring ever unod. They wldnm Uund
or Break like the Single SpriniiK, ami coie
iiictitly Preitcfve tlieii IVrfuvt und Heuiitilul
t!u)M I'wivu hi Lnnir an vny other Skirt.
' The woNDKBHiL rLCXiuii.nT und Urcit Com
furl and pleasure lo any Lady wearing llie
Duplex fcilipieSkift will be experienced parti
cularly in all Crowded AetiililieB, Oporus,
Carriages, llailrnud Cars' Church Pews, Ann
rh.iiiB, for I'minonada und House DroH, us lie
Skirt can bo folded, when in use, to occupy a
rniull pluoo as easily us a Silk or Muslin Dross.
A lady having enjoyed the ploa.-nro. comfort
und great onvenioDCo of wearing the "Duplex
Klljjtic tie el Spring Skirt" for ainxlo day,
wiU never utVorwards willinslj dispensn with
their ikc. For C'hildren, Hissea, and Votin)
Ladies', tliey are superior to all othora.
They are the Host tiilallty n every purt.
And t'nq'ieatinnubly tlio Liifhtest, Most Desira
ble, C'oiufortublo und ecunomiciJ tiki rt cvar
ftiade.
Kt B frALE in ull First Cbisa Stores in this
f'ity und throughout tlio I'liited Slates, ittid
C.mailas, Havana de tub, Mexico, South
Amo rioa.mid tlio West Indies.
INqulUE rnR THE IHl'LK.X tel. ITTIC BKIKT.
April ), lSiio. I3w.
DIVORCE NOTICE.
The Stale of Ohio, Vinton County, Uh'o.
T.ydia A. Roamy, Pl'tT,
ntiilnst
1 1
Divorce.
V . Kn,4tn. Deft. I
. .11 L Idmnn W. I.'i'nmv. Int., r,f fnirv
' I 'IIJ. PUl'l Mnii'"" " "-j , v. - --.
J. county, Ohio, dcfonilant, whoae ptaco of
residence is unltniwn lo piuiuun, is niuineo
that said Lydia A. Kearny did, on tho2.")th day
Ju.y, H'i5, lilo hor potition for Divoruo in (h
otlieo of the Clork of tho Court of
Common I'leas, within and for the said county
of Vin'on, clmrsfiiirf.iimong other thins, the
raid James W. l'.eumy with adultflry with one
tl t!'..l.. Cn.,nnu nnrl trtj nni.lni'l ..f .tutvl uml
mill 1IUU .-w i; in-, "u f.i ' i."- .
I.! Ikn. ul,n (1.I.U I ID 1 1 t I'fi T PlH frnlll fhAaiiill
SHI II H lUBl nnu llll.T , . v, . ..v....
1 n MT l!inmi Itnd h:,Vft lllft I'tlstodv of
John W. ond Mury Ann Kearny, children of
drfundaut. Ac.: which petition will l.e for
hearing at tlio next Term of sui ' Court.
LYDIA A. KEAMY,
Fy Piiatton iv. MaTO, her Att'ys.
July 2T, lSilo-Ot
NURSE AND SPY
IX THE
UNION ARMY;
Comprising The
il ventures ami Experience of n Womuii
in Iluspitjls, Gaini's and battle fields, as
NurfC, Scout and Spy, with tlirillin" dis-
criptioNS of
BATTLES. SEIGES, EXPLO'TS,
, CH4KGES.SKIKMISHKS.SAC;
. R1FICES, SL'FFERING if
AchievemenlK, of our valhtit ami hemic
soldiers, niesenlii.g a vived picture i f ihe
1 : . 11',.. I... S3 L'.... I? !. I
reai AmrriLBii mi, uy .j. uuiiu.i c. r.u
munda, This u a bcuuiiliil volume und cm
lie linheJ with a line steel portrait and iiutne
rous engravin3-
8LBSCi2lTION PRICES.
Cloth binding plain a.50 per copy.
giu a.ts
Morocco, 3 00 '
Parable on delivery ol tha Book.
Mr. J. W. Logan, a wounded so'dier and
ritiwnof Vinton County, isanent for the
work, for whose benefit we will receive
Mibscriitiotis at this ohVe. Every laniily
in our county should have a copy of this
work. Cult and see copy, and subscribe,
Mr. Logan i a worthy young man having
lot-la leg ia entitled to jour patronage.
June 29lh lS65--3ino
A.' S. BKOWN. T. P. BROWN
BROWN MOTHERS,-
WnOLEdAI.E AND RETAIL DKALEU8 IN
GRCCERIES'AND LIQUOR?.
No. 3 Tig Iron Corner,
I'ortemoutli, Obio:
For ltok Deeds. CallTl
GEO, .'. WILL'i COLUM.V.
Spring; Summer
D Y GOOD ,
FOR lSijj,
. 12. WfllUL,
WAIN STREET
McArtliur, .
II
AS NOW RECEIVED ALL THE
Latest Novelties in
Spring mid stimini-r
D ESS GOODS
For the Ladies SUCH AS
OLOREI) ami BLACK SILk'S.
LENOand VICTOR! CLOTHS,
ZoY ARAS.DF. LYONd.
MOXIMBIQIJES,
iMOII UIS, iii Kteal variefw,
ALIMCA in all tliades,
ALSO-
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
IJARAIZE'S,
LAWNS.
l'RINTES AND
Mourning Goods.
Domestic Goons
OF ALL KIND,
BROWN MCSUNS,
BLEACH ED MUSLINS,
CALICOES,
CHECKS,
STRIPES.
GINGHAMS,
Particular attention in iuvilcJ to our
loiKol
Clolliv, C'jiHsiiiiT, V'sls, Col
lars, Iwk TU'P, mil
Handkerchief.
Together with a very large and well select
ed Stuck
OF-
CARPETS,
BRUSSELS,
THREE PLY,
INGRAIN,
HEMP,
ALSO
FRESH GROCERIES
OFFEE, ' SIWAR,
RICE AND SPI LS,
&c, &c.
Sugar IIou Molasses ntftl 20 per (al
Ion. Syrup al fcl.'JO per gallon, and ever)
other article ii: the Gretcry line, all of
w hich will 'je sold at the
LY
GEORGE B. WILL,
hltfCj-tf.
Ulicclcr &. Wilson's
MACHINES
r ii k it i: s t i . use,
I'UIXCII'AL OFFICE.
i. 77 Vi:T I'OI ICI II STIICET
(PIKE'S vii'EKA IIOUVE
Ciiit'iunli, hi).
Awarded tlio First Premium
AT THE
WORLD'S FAIR!
JUST II CLL AT LONDON,
Over tllu t'niiioineil c'limnclilion of Cu-
ru, e 11 i.d Aimuica,
-)LSO v
AT THE UNITED IT
Ol ta.-iO, mid lCO;
And til" riiieiiiiiuti lli cliiiuies institute,
FoK Ft)l,'R .SUCCESSIVE YI RS,
wo have tuhcii the KutsT I'limiuii, ovir all
coiupetitiors, na the
lies Family seeing Ma
li, nu.
HAVINIi f.DK, for over novon yearn, tho
mi'Hf. pupidnr family Sewiii(f Machine in
..... v.'......., , ,uu viniiifi, iuu 1 ,1'OU.OOO HI
their Inline, and niHlcimln.l l ....
day. they are prepared, with audi oxtracrdina-
ry tiieilitits una experience, to guarantee to t ne
purcraiier tiuiro wttn-taction. All our Mac
iiiiiox urn made equal ly well, und nrn
WARHEN TED THREE YEARS,
KEAUTIIK FOLLOWING TESTIMONIALS:
At all purlieu maliur.ictiiri!i( Sewing Ma
chinesare nidiired tu pay Mf. I In wo a fio for
each SewinK lacliinc3 nold, und ure alo enni
lielloii In maku quarterly ruturua to him, ntt
iiiK, miller oath, thi number noh, liis hnclts
Kivii a correct atateinent of tho actual number
of Machiiie m. Id by III.) dillorciit niantueturers.
Krnm Ibii' re'li.blc.iosrie wo have obtained tho
liillowipu reliiil l'j Matisiies, hoitiK the iiiim
ber of SuiviiiK Ma. hinei diioed nf duiinc tl.o
lal yi-.ir niorte l. The i.riiii'in 1 comnaiiie
maltinir tbini u'e Wheeler t, Wilson, I. M
Singer ''o., und tlrover lluker. Of the
Miiel.iiie-.Mi.il tlii 'e worn iinld
II; WIIKKLKK .V WILPUN 2l.:td5
H.v I . -M. ."ilmfer A Co., lil.fi'S
Bv (irivert Uh'k. r. M.'jM'i
Show'.iKr the Kaleaof Wheeler ft Wilnnn to be
double if any other company. N. Y. obhcrver.
We liuve personally ex.imincd tlio variona
M icbmes helnre the public, withan anxious
desire to place before our readout rellablo infor
mation. A thu result of such examina'i"ii.w
iiuhcKitutiuifly recommend Whfeler Wilton
Sewinif Machi-iei as the Machine for family utO.
Western C.irisi,;n Advocate.
My little di irbier, ofnino years taltcaou
MaeiilnjH Wl. eler A WiltonV-apart, nih
it, and put. it in place oasily mid madly njustt
ita parts, and perf'.rniH w ith it all ordinary
work. She can make herown drosses, includ
ing hommmi:, gathering and setting in tho
sleeve. Four i.iouth' use In my family ha
mude it a necessity uud a luxury.
Kev.fl. II. Piotnton.
WoiiSOthe Wheeler Wllsnn Fiowin M,i-
ehino.aml can say In reeard to it that it is with
out a rival. No other Maoh'no exceeds it in its
adaptation to all purposes of domestic use.
Scioiuilie American.
UK Send for a circular containing specimens
of .ewinir, testim"tiinls, pricrt, etc.
WILLIAM KUMMJ.B C.
Juno 30, ' 61- 1 n west Fourth tl. Cincinnat
iucial AtiiiotiiirriiK'Ht.
. A . THO NY At CO.,
i.iumcf nrer nf I'lnXi'rapliic Itlmcrials
WHOI.K4ALE AND ItETA II..
r.OI BRUM) M'A 1'. A'. Y .
In addition tu our n.nin busines of THO
TOGSAl'AlC II fiiltl LS, we are
Heiidiiiarte-s for the folluvin;, viz:
s'l KKKojfJiipKS t STKKKdSCUI'IC VIEWS,
Of lli-se we liaie oil immense assortment,
including War Scneo, American and For
eign Cities und Lindscapes, Uroupp, Stat
uury, etc., etc. Also, Revolving Stereo
propps, for public or p .vate exhibition.
Our catiilogiie w ill be it to any address
on receipt of kLiiiip.
Pholcgp lis Albums.
We were the first a. introduce these into
he United Stuies, ai d w mnuufdoture
iitimens-e qtiuutities 'f great variety, rang
ing in price form 50 cents to &.VJ eiich.
Our ALBUMS have the reputation of he
inj superior In beanly anil durability to
nnv ntlieri. They wi'l be sent by mail
FREE, on receipt of price.
CF" 'KE ALBUMS MADE T'l ORnFIt,
t'ABU rilOTtKJJtil'IIS
Our Catalogue now embraces over Five
Thousand difletent subjecta to which ad Ii.
lions are continimlly being made) ofp ir
iraiU of einikeut Americans, etc.. viz
ubout
10 J Major flenerals.
12U0 Brig. Generals,
J7ii Colonels,
75 Navy officers
1 25 Stuge
550 Statesmen
131) Divines.
4) rt'n'.s,
100 Lieut. Colonels, 125 Authors,
200 other OHicers, 50 Promin't Women
3 000 copies of Works of Art
including (reproductions of the most cele
brated Engravings, Paintings, Statues, ete.
Catalognes sent on receipt of stamp, An
order lor one dozen ncliires Iromour Cat
alognewill be filled on tho receipt of $1 80
an d sent vy inai.if ree.
Photographesr and others ordering goods
C. O. D. will please remit twente-five per
cent, ol the amount with their order.
The prices and quality of the goods can
not fail to satisfy,
april 20, 1865 mo.
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NOTICE.
T7"1LLIAM D. Swaim, Administrator
T T of the. Estate of John D. Swaim,
late of Vinton county, Ohio, deceased, has
filed his accounts and vouchers for inspec
tion and settlement, and that the same will
be for hearing on the 19;li dav of Augtut,
A. D. 1805.
RICHARD CRAIG.
July 27, 1865. -3w Probate Judge.
NOTICE.
J1
ESSE BROWN, Guardian of Ruth
Dixon. lias filed his accounts and
o.irlitrs Ii r inspect h-ii and final settlement,
and that ibe same will be for hearing on
the l9.h day of A"?ut. A. D. 1865.
RICHARD CRAIG,
Probete Judge Viutuu Ccuufy.0.
Jul 27, 18G5-Sv
SHEItlFF'S SALE.
Stnttf Chin, Vinttm County.
John Dill. 1 noma K. I'lii&l In Court of
liuywurd iV Painuel Tarr, ! Common I'lca
viiidt f uii ordtr id"
, Beii.'aiiiiu Dill I'thcrl Det'tJ tfule.
PUKSU.-1NT to the conunuiid of an order ol
tale Id the nbo-re eau; to me directed f-om
the Court of Cimininii 1'has. of tlio kl'ureaid
kiunty of Vinton, I will otter at puhlie sale at
'nor of the Court 'li.u.io, in the town of
y.'.i.rthiir, in the al'ornsaid emir.ty of Vinton on
Salurdav the ilt'iuJ Jug of A ugust I8U5,
At thu hour uf one o'o ock, I'.M., of uid daj
the ftillowiiipr luiula and ttr.einentK to-wit: Ol
tho n.irth end of out lot nuinhor twi', ('I.)
bcinj? hlripolf the north end c fuid lot.
uout one hundred und twunty feet wi le, and
all f mild let except thai purl or parcel con
; veyed by t'liariea UuljiijnH and wifo to i lie Mar
I rieUi iV lliueiuuHli Haillioid Oompany, AUo r
"trip ull of the wear ido of out-lot number
three, (4.) eoninieneiiia at the Una between
luts Humbert two and three running thence
'ea-t oi I he north lino of lot ntimlu r rhree
until it intorneels u lino running tuutli
from the niih went corner of In lot num
ber elvo, (IK.) thence mmth ab .mt one hund
red and twenty fee', ui.rll it into ecl (he eial
und wo it linu of thdtpart of out-lot number
two, (a.)cnnvejcd aa above; thence wost o
tb. aaid divi.-in line between lota nu.nber
two und three und thoiiee north to tho place
of beKiuuinfr. all of oaid purtnof lota lyimrand
bis'iuf iu llobbins addiliou to the town ol
llamden Vinton county O.
The above a foroi'inir purtx olli.t miniber twe
and three beim; upprai-od at 4 Oi 0,mi.
AIni li-lot number .Vixiy-tilne and Seventy
i'i Dilla Addition to aaid Town of iiaimlen,
appruUed us il.5 Kl,0ii; uIko In-lnt number
Suveuty one in Dillp Additiun to uid Tori.
of lianidun 4ni.raied at SK5 00,
luKon a (tie property of ISeiijumin Dill to
nauaiv a jii.'KOtucn: ol uf"renaid Colfrt. Id Iu
vor of John Dill, Thomun ft. Mm ward & Sam
uel Jarr others. Apprulaed aa above and
intol briim t'10-thirda ofauid appraiaiiientt
re'el'll veiy .
1 EK.M A' of rnilo, cash In hand.
D. S. Dana, J. J. SHOfKEY
Att.for PltlT. Siilf. V.Co.O,
Julj 'JUtn lSiij Sir
DIVORCE NOTICE.
Static ok Ohio, iston ountv:
'"ary Alexander
) In A
. ) IV i
er will I
, . t
Iu Viiton Co. Ci mmon
,'iL'ainst 'leas.
William A cxiindor. ) l'o'it"ii for Divoreo.
illiuiii Alexander will take notieo that Mu
ry I . Alexander did, on tho l'.nh day of Jtin
1 j "-aiumer om, on me nan uay oi ciuni ,
A. D. 15(15, tile her petition in tho otlieo of the
Clerk of the Court of Connn.m I'leas within
ami lor tho County of V inlon, and St i'e of
Ohio, chuigiiijr tho Fai l William Alexamlor
with wiliul aliseneo for moro than three ye arc;
iMid. alio, with habitual drunkenness fornimc
than tlirsu eui; and, ul.io, with irn8 ncfrlcet
nf duty towurd her, iii not providiiu: the n c-e.-naiios
of life for her. tho said Mary O. Alex
unV-r for nioro than three jears In.-t pas , and
for Jumes Melville Alexander and (ieorire
Wlliord Alerandor, tho cliildren if tho said
Miry ;. Alexander and tl.o said William A I
'ninUr, fir n rre ll an three years lust
I'd"-, and asking thatsl'O liny h.i (liv.rco.
from thu said 'i illium Alexamlor, and tha'. she
have the custody an I control of said children;
uhicn ctition w ill stiihd for hearing ut tin
next Term of said Court.
Dated his ISUi day of July, A. D. 1SfH.
MAKY C. AL1XANDEK.
Ily iVnstaSlo Shivcl, hor Att'ya.
1806-liw
DIVORCE NOTICE.
State or Onto, Vint.in Cocntv:
I'l.ubo Ann 1'iorcc, ITI1.) Court of t-'-iiimon
iiifiiinst, V l'leus
Samuel I'i iree, Dof't. ) Divoreo.
tiainucl l'ierce.nr fruinevilln, ill tlio '.runt)
of Dixatur, 111 the Stale of Iowa 1 hereby no
tified that 1'liebd Ann l'ierce did, on tho 2bib
day of June. A. D. 115. tile her petition in
tho ollice of llie Cici K of mo uouri oi v.oniiiii'ii
Picas, wilhiu and for ho said C'onntj of Vin
ton. Ohio, cliaipimr t::e said Samuel l'iorco w ith
adultery witn one Loretta Dart, aiiu with wil
ful ubsonce for mure then three yeura, and ask
inff that tho may bo divorced from theeaid
Samuel l'ierce which p'Jtitiiion will -stand for
heuring ut tl.8 next term of said Cmirt.
I'lIEliE ANN I'lEUCE,
By Consti hie A Snivel, her Att'ya.
July 20, l.-85-u
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Stale nfOliio, iitton County:
John A.Rr iwn, riaii.til". 1 In Court of
atramst
! Com;non
E. A
Bra'ton, ct al.
Defend'!
I Picas.
1)L'1!SUANT lo thn command of un order of
sale in tl o ubovo cause to mo directed from
tho Court nf Common I'leas. oftho aforetaid
county of Vinton, I will odor ut public eulo at
tho door ( f tho Court House, in tho town ct
MeArthur. ir. the nforesaid county of Vint-n on
Thursday the. 3Ut ttay of Avyust, ISfio.
ut the hour of miu o'clock, P. Al., of said dav
tho followliiL' property, to-wit: ln-lot Number
sixty two (i. 2 i, in the town of McArthur, V in
ton County, Ohio.
Taken as the property of E A. Bratton. to
satisfy uu order of uforcsuid Court, in favor ol
John A. Brown.
Apprulsed at One Ihoiisiind ix hum! o l
dollurs.and nuiat bring two-thirds of thut
num.
TEU.VS OF SALE,cnfh in hand.
JOHN J.PII"CKEY,
Sheritl' Vinton C iiiiitv. O.
GiiouiiAN & Kti'l'tv, and Dana, Attv's for
J'lllls.
July 2ith, 1S6j.-5w
SlIEUIFF'S SALE.
Sl'ile cf Ohio, Vinton Covny.
Lenndcr W. French PltiTs. ) In Courf of
A Sally Ann French j Commor Pleas,
fiiuinst y Ou order of
Bcnjumin Dill and t)efts. I Sale.
JMinLill. J
I)U KSUANT to command of nn order of sale
1 in tho above cause to mo jlirccted from the
Court nf Common Pleas, cf tho aforesaid Coun
ty ofVinlon. I will offer at public suloutthe
roundry of lienjamin Dill, in tho town of Ham
don in thcaforesuid county of Vinton on
Thumluy Auymt t 3rd A. D. 1865.
At the hour of ono o'clock P. M., of said day.
llw following persopal property, inken as the
property of Benjamin Dill; to-wit : I no lot
of curtinirs comistinfr of two Stoves. Kijht
Orufes, two Fronts j one lot of Winon Boxes
twelve setts me re or less, and ono lot of Plow
point. I will also offer for sale at tho Bume
day pour, at the stable of John Dill in said
Town of llamduu tho followin ; personal tiroD
orty, takou as (he property of said John Di 11,
to-wit: Onolwo horse Wagon; ono tpring
Wagon, and one Jirovn iiorso. lo satisfy
said order of eulo. of afo rcsaid Court, in favor
of the said Leander W. French and his wife
Sally Ann French.
T EKMS of aide cash in hand.
Ditnoan, HamiltoS J J. SIIOCKEY,
(St Dana, Attvs. for 111 ft. ShtT. V. Co., O
Jnlv )h" lfi.5.-2w
SIUAVLO OIC STOLEN,
F'
ROM the pasture of the subscriber.
residing in Knox Township, Vinton
county, Ohio or, or about the 15th of July,
a LIGHT SORREL COLT, beine
Over 3 years o'd, both hind feet white, one
fore foot with some white, (think it is the
right fore foot.) has a large while blure in
the face, mane and tail some lighter color
than body, some marks on his neck occa
sioned by wearing a yoke. Any person
giving information that will lead to the
discovey of said Colt, will be liberally re
wardeJ. Inquire of or address the under
signed, at Marshfield, Athens cuun'y, Ohio.
GEORGE R. BELL.
July 27 J865-31
FOR Dlanks ol all
the Dem crat Office.
kinds call tt
NT
LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
And learn tint a pirKct anil raillral rnra la wamutrd
ami KitHrantis'il to .11 who an atlllrtcl with weiiRitaM,
dnliilily, DerviitM cnniilnintfl, nieluiii-liul) IhoimhtH, de
preuloti of iiirit. distreM sod anguish of ailnd, Iom of
lmp, Iuim of niiMiiury, leu of eiierny nd niuwnlar power,
puny Krtiwlh, wnsting .wny, and . want of ixinfldcai-0 in
llie niwlvix, fainting tin, ceuiut.lv. lreuiUHns.1, luipo
lence tad ilinnust uf life.
IISAR WHAT THE MEDICAL PRESS
SATS.
Bom. tihrilflnnii inquire to b told tin nature of jonr
dUaiK!-tlie KNOLISII BOTANIC PHYSICIAN d..
tiot. Iti pnrfil kuowl.ilire of thr tinman lystetn eiint'Ui.
hlmtodwcrlbi'lliedlwiiiiM without any lnfurinalln from
tliopatii)Ul,looxitaiullorli;buiIi'aii!io,aiidti)!iliriiteo
Iti cure. Ami, what It moro Tiiluablo.till.ii. will hou
wily and frankly tell whether yuu cau bo cared or nul.
This will aatlafyynur nihul, o.l save you miwihw, tinig,
trouble, and disappointment. It will b. the mean of
sating you many a dollar; it will ante your health,
and, what la better than all, It will sate your life from
beinir ihurtened by wrong treatment.
Hit exarulnatloua are made without any Inf.irmntino
from llie patient ; lliurefure he Ihorountily UDdorniandt
their Physical condition and PhrenoloKlenl developiueut,
without which ho never could hate performed an many
aatoniiihliig currt. It should be remembered that Una
Botanic Phvali ian performa cuna thonght ImpoMilile.
If you have tried allien aud got uo relief, if yoo wlah tu
iiluy goml health and lung life, if yon are wlae, ynn wilt
unJconaiilt PH. HAI'IIAKI,, the Botanic I'hyalclatl
All hla cominiinlratloiis and intorviewa are atrial?
pritaia and couBdenllal. Sliiical Juaraol.
FACTS ARB STDDBORN THINGS !
Hear w hut tho Plillrtdt'lphla correspondent aaya in ttit
0'imiuouweallb, Wiliuiugtou, Delaware, Uch uf April,
"An Fngllnh gcntlen:an, formerly connected with tha
Dritieh Army, and who styles himself Hie Kngli!ia Bu
tanic Physieiitn,' Ima of Inle jral ned an extensive reputa
tion hero by his skill in curing all manner of complainla.
Some of his patients I hare conversed with, and they
pronounco his remedies and mode of treatment as very
superior. Some hate lieen restored aa If by magic. The
medicine he used it distilled by himself from various
herbs possessing rare curjtito prnierlie9,
"White ailing in the aruiy lio detoted his leisure
moments to a thorough atiuly uf the etfects pruduced by
eertaln medielual roots and Ilei tis on all manuer of dis
eases. It aeema he hua found a sure aud speedy remedy
for all the 'ills Hint Mesh Is heir In.' ills practice, Is
already extensive, and is daily increasing. In the com
plaints to which femiilea uro aul'jei ted he haa no eipial,
aa a iarge number here have teslitled that they owe uut
only their present good hcullh, but their Uvea, te the
kill of til is tuglisli Bolanic I'hyslciaa."
V MORE GOOD NEWS!
rROM HIGH AND RELIABLE AU
THORITY. The Bntnnlc Itemedieaof Doctor Raphael, the Kiigllsli
Botanic Plivslrian, never failed yet to make a peiloct,
radical, and iiermuueut euro of ALL
PRIVATE, SECRET, AND VENEREAL
DISEASES,
Without the use of Mercury, without hindrance from
business, und witliout fearnf discovery or exposure. Ko
deadly poisons, such aa arsenic, mix vomica, opium, or
any other poisons. No mercury nor any deadly minerals
nothing tint purely Vegetable Botanical lteincilles are
used by this wonderful Botanic Physieiitn. Ilia Botanic
lteniuiiiea never yet failed to euro tho most oliatinnte
aud the most dangerous cases, and to remove all mercury
and other linpiiritlet from the system whou all oilier
lleinediee hud failed. Jfedi'out Jonnell.
good' news por single men
contemplating marriage.
Tlcat Krhat the Baltimore correspondent of the 0(14.
follow, Boonsboro', Maryland, aaid ou Thursday, tho 31iil
of May, ism):
Numerous enrea of dlseanea canned b earty indiscre
tion navlng lieon performed by the English Botanic I'hy
liclnu, I fwl it my duty, hating a knowledge of them, to
Itato the fact, believing that in dolngao I uiaydon servico
totbo BUITering. One caso In particular that of a young
man in this city la worthy of note, lie had become tho
victim of a habit, tho mere allusion to which causes a
abiiddor, and after yeara of suffering and doctoring gate up
all hopea of recovery. He wished to marry, and wot
dearly boloted by aa aweet a girl aa over lisied word!
of affection, but he waa fearful, nervous, and proatrated.
He dared not wed on acoomit of the shltr.sl aula
of his system. He sought relief at the hauda uf tlio Bo
tanic l'hysklan, and, astonishing aa it may aeem, all tho
bloom and vigor of youth haa returned, aud bo is now
the happy father of a pair of bright boys."
NEWS POR THE LADIES.
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL
DREN. ftear what the Cincinnati Weekly Press aaya on the 6th
Of March, 182 :
Wo are decidedly opposed to dings and to advertised
remedies for the pretention uf having children, but wo
feel It our duty to acknowledge a benefit from any and
from every source when it is for the relief ur Buffering
humanity. A fact ha coute to our knowledge that
ought to bo promulgated and widely circulated for Ibe
beuetlt of those ladies whoso dilieate hen I tit make) it
necessary to prevent Bny increase of family.
Abuut twclvo months after marriage, a lady of our ao
qtiaintunco gate birth to a daughter, hvjt her snlloriiiga
Were bo great that her physicians despaired of her recov
ery. This made hcrdreiid t lie very thoughts of again lie
coming a mother. She tried every thing to prevent a
repetition of her sufferings, hut without succeeding. Two
years after marringo she was iignin confined, but her suf
fc'rlngs Were ho great Hull tlio child died, and her own lifo
waa despaired of. She was told by her family physician
that if sho had any more children lieleaivil herlile would
lie the forfeit. As all the remedies she had tried la-fore
had failed, alio applied to the. Botanic -Physiciuu, Dr.
BAP11AEL,
roil ms
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
His remedies had tho desired effect I they not only pro
vented her from having- children, but they also Unproved
her health. "To the rear., all tiiisub aiie puiib."
The Botunio Pliysician'a reuieiliea can be recom
mended, becauso they ure innocent and safe. They
0sTate witliout causing sickness or exposure. They do
not Interfere with the diet or occupation. They do
not injure the houltb, but .uc-y are cer tain in i heir
-0.,,.. J. 1 A NCOS l, 31. U.
e l ' M. MKIGUS, M.D.
Any who are suffering, no matter what thcircomplnlnt,
can call un tho Botanic 1'hyielun cuulldeutially. Diet
may rely upou relief. Ilia office it at
NO. 221 EAST MADISON STREET)
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Consultation daily, Rnndaya exc .red. . Office hotlra
bout 10 A. M. lo 5 o'clock P- M.
tHT Porsona at a distance may commnnlcate court
i.v leiier. If thev Inclose ON K HOLLAB.for
Consultation Fee, In each letter All leitera.commi i d
cations, and interviews, are strictly private and confi
dential! No answer will be given to lettere unless ouo
dollar Is Inclosed aa a CunBiiltatmu fee.
Kir Personal interviews granted to Gentlemen oaly.
Consultation fee, One Dollar.
All business with
LADIES
to be done by letter.
Address all letters as follows :
DR. RAPHAEL,
BOX NO. 6273, POST-OFFICE,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CAUTION TO THE PCBLIO.
Dr. W. Raphael has no connection with FBOFESSOIt
or Dr. W. M. Raphael, or with any otuor gentleman
of the aaiue name.
tr Cut this advertisement out. When yoa come,
liringii I with yon and show it to the girl who opene tha
., ir.. ., mistakes, ask to
uuvi. . " - - .
"Width 2.
r
TAX NOTICE.
rHE tax payers of Vinton Gmnty, are hereby
notitied that the Tux Duplicate for the last
halt yea's taxes ot tlio year )8h4, have'ieen
placed in my hands for collection. Upon all
taxes not paid or. or before June 20to 1565, the
luw imposes a poualty of five percent. I will
be in attendance at the Treasurers ollice In Mc
Arthur uutill that date, to receive the same.
HENRY REYNOLDS,
Treasurer V.Co.,0.
May IUh lSh5-6w.
ROAD TAX NOTICE.
NOTICE lb hereby given that the Commis
sioners of Vinton Ciufity, Ohio, at their
June session for the year liC.i. levied a lax of
one mill on the dollar; being ten cents ou each
hundred dollars oi ainaiion,in each township
in sa!d county. Which said tax may be .lis
charged by labor on the roads, under tho di
rection ot the Supervisors of the several dis
tricts, at tho rato ol one dollar per day, as pr
vidod byjnw. H. C. MOOKii,
Juue lie-ill, 1S65-3W. Aud. V. Co. O,
1865 1865
"hiuhteen years established In N Y. City,"
' Only infallible rcine.li'is known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not duDK-.rous fo tho Human Family."
'Huts come out of their holut to dio."
Costnr," Huts, Knuch, Elter'i.
Is a pasto used for Ruts.
Mii-e, Koiichos, HI itv It uu J
lied Anrs, Arc., ftc;, tc.
"CostarV Bed Husr L'xlcrmitiutor,
N a liquid or wash, used to
dWmy, and alsonaa pre
ventive fur Ucil-liiura, &o.
"CustarV Elect ic liwd( r for Insects)
Is for Moths. MntiuitnuH.
Fier,?, Bed Bugs, Insents oi
t'lauta, Fowl-, Admuls(ic-.
Ztr P.1,1 by all Druggists and Retailors
overv whi'lu.
tZT ! I 1 P.eWahk 1 1 ! of all wurhlew Iml
tutinns. t-fTSeothat "Cnslafa" name la on each
Ilox, Aottle, and Flask, hnt'ero yon ni,v
If I' XUY ll.CUsi AR.
IW 1'KiNoieAi. DtPoT. 4H3 llrnudway.N. Y.
14T Sobl hy Dr. A. Co.mikb. aid ull Drug
gisLi und Deulursiu MeA-lUuf j UhiOj
1865.
.NTUEASEOF KAT8.-Tho Fnrmnr'- f!..
2Dtte( English) issurts and proves by fliare4
that one pair of rata will luivo a progeny aud
descendants nc less thai) 651 ,i t In three yours
Now, unless this immense family can he kept
Inwii, they would consume lucre food thad
wuiild sustain IS O'.ilf hrinan hein s.
Pee " (.'ostak's" ndvoitisment ill this
,.ui'cr.
1805.
RATS versus BIRDS.-WhoeVor en-
- : .. .i. ... ii , i
$ug-a in sii ohiii't email turn IS a cruel
man, tvlioever nids in rxlenniiiatiim rats
:.. . I i n; u .... , r,. m
n .i di-iiui 'inn. vres-iiiiiitl IIKO Some Ot
uir i i rre?piimlenH to (!ve u? the benefit of
their expt fiem e iu ilrivinp; nut these pestfl
ejin cil soiiielhin? hi'siiies doijJ, catg and
.nips fur litis hii-dui .Si ientJio hmirican ;
Sew York.
(T ce "Costa it's'' mlvertiM'inent id
lis ,u,prr.
18G5.
' COSTAR S R4T EXTKRlIiM ATORis
illip'e. Safe, null surs,.. he most peifect
Rit-iflentiKH moeting v8 liuveever utleudi
d. Every Rat ill t cttn get it, properly
;irepired Hnvrritnft lo directions Will eat
I. and eveiy one that eats it will die. gen
ra'ly at some place n Ut as po nihle from,
-vhere the medicine was tuke...-7,ake Shore
Mi eh Mirror
See " Costa kV adveriiscmeut In ih!c..
paper.
Sold in McArthur Vinton Co..(ihirt.
Bv I)', a. CO.SDEE d ull Druggists
ml Dialers
Juii" 15lh 1S65,- 6mo.
BrMfett Ifdical lirtaur
Ever Published !
15
3-Fifteen- large
letter pagea for two
3 cent aiauij.
D US .JACKSON, UKUHEKT fo.. IWirj
iorsnflhe Natiomd Dispensary, established
!,'ineinn.iti,0. Jitn, 1, lHiiO, (.uro nil private de
nasos wi'h iincxauiplcd rapidi.y; We sfuarai
oo to euro (huinrrhiien, (lleet, Syphilids. Im-poteiu-y,
Nictuii.ul Kniissiuiis, or Vuiucle Com-laint-,
iu short ovrry pussiblo form and var
iety of SexuUr Disease. Cures rnpid, tliorough
and pcrmunnt, and fees uioili-rulo Send for
a circular -fit'i.'in lnrgoSim !J 11 in. loiter
pniles. of varied, valiinble and Interestinif mat
ter. Also, a circular intended foe Ladies on y.
Miinyofdir patients cs?ert. they hut-e sen:
money to Doctors ia Eastern eitius and reo eiv
Oil no return.
Then why rot patronize homo talent men
who know tho Western cliimito und effect
speedy cures.
Dr.'.l.-cksou's Kbmnle fii Iti .1 nor box -send
for Circular. Special writton Replies, will seal
ed, si-nt with the Circltlur, without elinritci
Dr.o of the cheapest, most intrerstiup; and Im
portant books published. 300 pnfjos, lODengrav
iiilfH "The Mnnqtrin Of L ght, or Medical I'ro
toctnr and Marriairo (tiiid.and an Kxplieit Koy td
hnvo and Hcaiily.' It 'SATlSl'ACTOIdLY
reveals various silhects never hofUte fulliex
pluiiicd in any popuiur work In ahe English
luneutigo. 1'rico 3,i cents and ono 3eentsi.nnp,
or three for 1 and three 3 ctnt stamps. Fully
described iii Circular, which every yoiing mar
should have, whether sick or well.
Medicine and instructions sent iiromntlv to ahi
IE
art of the conn try. t'ot sblliiiif Kiiofthu
lespeiiMtr.v. o I7 Su-nnior sttdet. I'.O
Box. No -1:1'!.
DU. JAf'KSOX' ORIENTAL 1 :1MEA'"
l.'emnvcsall foldness. aud re:nv!natCB orjrarl
whichhiivolaindorineii frjr mnhy ycare. It
will euro any caso of imprtenrjy.crtate ard in
ert all the ptisslone fol- miy reasonuhlo time;
Can be mailed with perfect safety, l'ricetipot
nottie.
UK. JACKSON'S FRF.Nflll PATENT MALfi
eire
Pit I" perfectly safe and never fuila toao-iva .n.
faction. It is the ohly (ure ahd safe preventa
tive niruiiist C(itltrdi!llur diseuso ever Invented.
Price 1 each, ti per half dorcn, and 7 vet
Joion,scntbv mail.
Old and young should use
STERLING'S
The Haisl,
It prevents or stops' the Hair
from falling; Cleanses. Beautifies,
Preserves, and renders it Soft and
Glossy, and tho Head free from
Dandruff.
It is tho best Hair Dressing and "
Preservative in tho World.
Sterling's Ambrosia
Manufacturing Comp'v,
SOLEPROPRIETORS,
NEW VORK,

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