Oi'VcciAt 'OWAN OF VINTON COONTY.
rOB LEGAL KOT1CES EES FOUHTH FAQEJ
THI TKD1 BOAD TO WXALTB, IB TO ADVKETIBl
wooBBotriiMt. TERMS, PAY IN ADVANCE.
Has. change his residence from
Cincinnati to Cliicnro. All Letters
aro to bo addrussod to him as follows
. Ml. liAL'UAEL,
Box No. C273, 1'oBt OGice,'
" ChICAOO, ILLINOIS.
I wish to say to
iay to our reluming soiiiiors.
widows, and heirs of deceased soldiers.
that I will attend to crettinir tlicir Uack
Pay, Bounties, and Pensions, and Local"!
Bounties also, lor all vvjio were impris-
oned in Southern prisons commuUiion in
money for their rations whilst imprisoned
and three months extra pay; and 1 will at
tend to tlie collet lion of all other claims
on the United States 'or State of Ohio
Fee for each application from 5 to tlO
owing to the trouble and expense incur-
Hd. E A. BTvATTON,
July 13, 1805.
SoMETiimo New. We call attention to
the advertisement of the Duplex Elliptic or
double Spring Skirt. Though a recent
invention, it has become very popular, and
is rapiding oblaiuiugg the preference over
other kinds in use .- The rods in it are cum
posed each ef two delicate and well-tempered
steel springs, winch are Ingeniously
braided togolher edge to edge, the lower
rods heavier, and having a double coveiing:
This pecu lurity of construction makes this
bkirt very strong and durable, and also so
exceedingly flexible that it readily adapts
itself to the lorm of tin wearpr, and allows
of any amount of doubling and crushing
without injury to its shape. These skirls
unquestionably tho lightest, most desirable,
comfoilublo and econoinicul ever made.
These are advantages which ladies, who
have experienced the discomfort end incou
tfhit'Dce of biiujle spring, will duly sppre
The United States and Mexico.
DiuiJ, tlio Washington corres
pondent of tho Now York World, in
u rcctiiit Ktior, bh)'8 tlmt it in uudor
Rtood in Administration circles tfiat
MtixiuiiliHri will euoii itbdicuto and
Tuturu to Austria, and that ull the
fofuigt triKi'8 will, at tho same tiiiio,
bo withJrftwu trout' Mexico. Hu
Buys Air toward, iuimcdintoly aftui
tiio oonondcr of Lo and Jolnn-onV
irmic6. fldviticd Napoleon that the
Munroo Dvctrino would ho enforced,
and that tins rctironu'iit of iluxiuiil
iini was a necessity r quired, the
uonco and honor ot tho Unitod
On the other hand, tho Pittsburg
Commercial Bays tliat efforts arc
making to induce our Government
to sond a Minister ti Mexico. It
would 60cm thai Mr Tom Crwin
lias written a letter to ono of Mxi
milinn'B Ministers, which that
gontloman was bo jilooaud wiili.tlnt
hp handed .it around as evidence o;
special friendship for the Emperor's
The Commercial says it could tell
linw much that letter meant, if it
knew in what iclation Air Soward
Btood toward it, and, particularly, if
it knew "who wrote and what wae
written at tho eatno ti'm'o to Juarez,"
could it have complete knowledgo of
tho whole subject. ... . :
That last is a hard hit, by. a
brother Republican, at a tortuous;
double dealing policy of tbo Secrotu.
ry of State. Our own opinion ie
that Montgomery BLir told the truth
when ho said that to keop the Em
peror Napoloou ncatral, aud to pro
vont tho recognition of the' Confed
eracy by Franco, Mr Seward prom
ised to recognize the Maximilian
Government, at tho shortest , practi
cable moment after the suppression
of the rebellion. And wo believe
Old and young should use
I It prevenU or stops the TJair
from falling ; Cleanses, Beautifies,
Preserves, and renders it Soft ana
Glossy, and tho Head froe from
It is the best Hair Dressing and
Preservative in the world. "
, Stealing's Ambrosia ' .
, . - . . NEW YORK
GEORGE NIJCON'S ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the sub
scriber has been appointed and quali
fied as Administrator on the Estate of
George Nixon, lata of Vinton County, Ohio,
deceased-. .J. G; S WETLAND.
Ait-17, 1S65-3I !
II 8. IS
. THIRD S E R I E 8 .
! i' .
'By authority ol the Secretary of "ttia Troas
nry, the undersigned the General Subscription
Agency for the salo of Unitod State Securities
offers, to tho publio thaJhtrd series of Troasuay
notes, bearing sovenind throe tenths per
cent, interest, per annum known as the
SEVW-T1IIRTY LOAN. . .
These notes are issnod under dato of Juiy,
IS'.h, ISOS, aud are payable tbroo years from
that dato, In curronoy, or are ooavortiblo at
:to option of llie holder into
r. S. A-20 Six pr Cent.
1'licso bomm are now worth a handsome
premium, and uro cxmipt, as are Ihn govorn
mont Bands, from State Coiluty and Municipal
taxution, which adds from one to tlireo ne'eeut.
tor anum to thojr vulttn. seer rdimr to tha ra
lovioa ou upon ol her property. J lie .tntorort
in Pavatda hjiiiI-huuuiU by oouroim att;iuhod
to eiu L not", wlii,h may bo cat off aud old to
any bank or ban Iter.
f he intPreit Ht7-3ft prr cont : Rmounfs to
Dnocont por' day on a 5' note.
Two emu on f Mo nolo
Ten on a ,, '()
20 on a f IHOO nolo
(I on a OOO notos
Jotos,-of Bll denoiulnntlona namod will bo
prmally furniihud upon recolpt of eubscrin-
The Notes of tlda Third Series aro precisely
pimilar In form and privilg to the Sovon
Thirties already sold, nxeept that the Oovurn
mont rewirvoii to Itolftlio option of puytnpr In-
toroHt in gold coin at 6 por cent.jirxteudof 7 3-
lOlliH lu currency , . Subscribers will deduct the
mtoAst in oiirronco unto July 13lh. ut the
ti mo w lion they subscribe.
1 lie delivery of tho notes of thin third NiriOH
of the Siivon-tliirtioe will comraonco on tho 1st
of Juno, nud will bo rnudo promptly undcon-
tiiiuoiihly lifter that date.
xno hiiui unanso maae intno oonditious or
thisTllIKl) 6KHIE8 nffecU only tho matter of
Interest. Tho payment in gold, ifmado,iI
be oquivuleiit to tha currency intorect of the
The return t pceio puyraonts In tho event
of which only will tho option to pay lutcrort iu
OuM be availed of, would no roduoe and oiuulizn
prices that puruliases niaJo witn eix per cent,
in gold would bo hilly equal to thoue made with
bovou aud throt-Zeuths por cent lu currency.
THE OXLY LOAX IX MARKET
Now I'Q'ered by the Government, aud iU super
ior advuntagox mako it 'tho
KKA'f roi'L'L.VK LOANJOF THE PEOPLE
Los than f.'WOOH) of the Loan authorize
ry the Congress aro now ou tho market. Till
amount, t ihe rate at which it is doing absorb
od, will bo subscribed for wilhiu hixty-dajs,
when the note will uudoublod'y command u
premium, uk has uiiit'ormly beeiitho case on
closing llie. suliccriptioiis to oilier Loin.
In order that citizens of ovory town and hoc
tion of the country may be ulTjrded fnei lilies
for taking tho loan, the National Banks, Stale
Baiikivand 1'rlvatu Bankers throughont the
country bave ienorally aurued to roeoivo suh
teriitous at (ar., bulmeri bors Hill Holootthelr
own inreiits, in whom thoy havo ennfldonco.
and wlmiiiy aro to bo responsible fir the do
ivory of tlio notes fur whiah tiny recnivn orders.
J A COOKE,
hl lisOllil'TloN ASC.T, I'iiil i 1 o 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .
Pl'HSCIliri IONS WILL UK BlXtlVJ D by tlio
First Nutibiul Hank of t'hillieotl.e,
First National Bank of Cincinnati.
First National Hank of Allien,
First Nuii'irml Hsult ofl'oits iiouth,
Hay 25th '03 8uo.
Gintttt Brdical luculir
Errr lublinhd !
letter paK" fe' t"0
3 oent aUnms.
UPS. JACKSON, 1IUKBEKT Co., I'roprlc
torsof tha' Natiollll Dinrcnrr-rv." CbtabHttlind
Cincinnati, 0:jan; 1, 1'W; fir all private d
stasua with nncxamplod rtrddi'y.'- "e emftujj
too to cure Uoitorrlioca, tilcet, pypiiniis, im
potency, Noftiiit al F.nijs.-ions, or Feinulo Com
plaint-", in, abort ovrry poiililo form and var
iety of Sox)iilr Disease. Onres rapid, thorough!
and permanent, and fens moderate Send ion
a circular -tifuen, largeS in. by 11 in.' lottor
pagcH, of varied, valuable and interesting mat
tor. Also, a circular intended for Ladies on y.
Many of pur paiientstfsvrt, they have sou:
money to Doctors i u Lastorn cities aud ui;eiv-
ed no return. I
Tlioh, why cot patronizo homo taloiit-niwv
who know tho . Western climate and clluct
speedy cures. '
ur. jsciisou a 1'cinaio i nis-i por nox- -sonu
for Circular. Hpscial writton Keplies, will scal-
od, suit with the Circular, without charge
Onoof tho cheapest, most liitreratiug and im
portant books published. 300pagos,100ongrav
ines"Tho Jlountrln of L;ght, orModicai Pre
lector and Marrioiro Guid.and an Explicit Key to
Love and Boauly.,' It SAT1SFACTOL1LY
reveals various subjocts never beloro full.( ex
plained in nny popular work in , alio English
language. Prieo 5o coiits und ono 3 cent stamp,
or three for $1 and throe 3-ctnt stamps. Fully
doHCribod in Circular, which every young inai
should havo, whether sick or well.
Jlodicino und instructions sent promptly to nn)
part of tho coun try. t'oirullii g Hu o f tlio
Despeneary. : No 107 fljeamor1 streets P. 0
Box, No 43. -! .
DK. JACKSON' ORIENTAL LJNIME.Yf
Koinovcsail coldness, aud rojavinutes organ
whieh have lain dormcnt for many roars. It
will cure any co of impotcny,crate tr.d In
create tlio passions for tiny reasonable time
Can be mailed wilhporfuctsafoty. Prieo 2po
DK.JACKSON'S FRFNCH PATENT MALE
- i . SAFE. .
It is perfectly pn fc mi never fails to givo satis
faction. It is tlio only sure and safe proventa
tivo otraiust contracting disouse ever invented.
Prlt$l celi,4 per half dozen, and pea
aosen, Beni dt rjnn.
Statb or Ohio, Vinton Coontt:
Phebo Ann Piorce, Pl'tt,) Court of Ajmmon
Samuel Piorce, VoVt. J -Divorce.
Samuol Picrco, of Prairievilta, in the Ccunty
of Decatur, in tho State of Iowa, if hereby no
tified that Phebo Ann Pierce did, on the 2Sth
day of June, A. D. 1S85, file her potitiou in
tho office of the Clerk of tha Court of Common
lMoaa. within and for.tbe said Conntv of Vin
ton. Ohio, charging the said Samuel Pierre with
adultery witn ono. Loretta Dart, aud with wil
ful absence for more then throe yean, and ank
incr that sho mav be divorced from the said
Samuel Pierco; which petilition will stand for
hearing at the next terra cf said Court.
PHEBE ANN P1EBCE, '
By Constable & Shivel, bar Att'ys.
July 20,1605-Cw .
FOR Blanks of all
the DiiiivcBAi Omcx
kinda call at
G il E A T S A L E
WATCHES, CIIAIXS, RWCS&C-
ONE MILL ION DOLLARS WORTH:
TO BE DISl'OSED OK AT
One OuUar Each!
Without legard to Value ! Not to bo paid for
unm you mow wimi you are to receive I 1 1
Splendid Lfst of Articled t! All to be
. sold hi One Dollar Each 1 1 1
8d) Mjsical Boxen -20 to 150eaeb
1 50 " " with BoIIb and
tastinat 2lK) to 500 each
800 Eilv' Teapots coffoe Urns 20 to 50 each
Chaiiug DUhea 80 to 100 each
Ice l ituhera 20 to 50 each
hyrup cups tvaalvers 20 to
goblets Adrinliingcnpa 5 to
Caster 15 to
Fruit, Card and Cako
5000 6oz. Silv Tea Spjoiu 10 to
lU'JOO Table upoous and
Forks 2C to 40 doz.
850 Gentu gold huntiiig-caso
Wutehea 50 to 150 each
2 jO Ladies Gold & Eiiamcld liunt-
iug case Washes 85 to TOeao
500 Gents' iUutiug-catui Silver
Watches 35 to 70 eaoh
i00 Dimnond King 50 to 100 each
JOOO Oold Nock Vont chains.. 4 to 30 eaoli
aiw OviJ UanA Bracelets-. 4 to
5000 Jet and Hold Bracelet... C to
IOC) Chutelaico A (iuard chains 5 to
70j0 Solitairo Gold Brooches. 4 to
50 0 Coral opaUomornld brooches 4 to
5000 Monuic, Jot, Lava aud Floren
tine Eur lirops 4 t0
7500 Coral, Opal it Emerald drops 4 to
400O Oil. Diamond Ufoaat l'in-2,50 to 10 ouch
uuu jjod a, Vuat WutcU-key8..i,50 to 8 each
J retb Slcevo-buttous Sluda 3 to 8 each
4 " Fob Vca: Kibbon-slides-. 8 to 1J each
iT" old Thimbles & l'oueil.. 4 to a each
10' JJinialuro Lockout 2.50 to It each
4 " " "MagiospringalC to, 20 each
3 " Toothpicks. Crosse ao S to fl eaoh
l'lain doltl Ii intra 4 to
chased Gold Kings 4 to
Wur.o sot &, Hignct Kings 2,50 to
l.ui. Jimmona l.iugs 2 to
Gold Peas Silver Extension
Holders and 'eneils 4 to
Gold Pens it Gold Mounted
Holders 6 to
Gold Pons Hold Ex'ons
Holders 1 to
SoU Ladles Jewolry Jet
and Gold 5 to
Sots Ladies Jowelry camoo,
pearl opal and otherBtoucs..4 to
LadicH Gill & Jet Buckles-- 5 to
" '! " Ha r Burs
Halls 5 to lOoaci,
AKK'ANDALE Co. Manufacturers Aijonts
No. 157 Broad av. Now York.
n n otmco that all of the abovo list of pood;
will be sold for One Dollaii each.
in consequence of tho erent stnenatian of
trailo In the manufjoturinir Mistricis of En
gland, through tho M-ar having cut off the
supply oi cotton, a large quantity of Valua
ble Jewelry, origiually intended fc the Eng
lish market, has been sent off for sale in' this
country, and most be solu at ant sacri
fice ! Underthese circumstances, arran
dale & co., acting as agents for tho princi
pal European manufacturers, have resolved
upon a gieat Gift pportionmeut to divided
according to the following regulations:'
Lurtihcates ot the various trticles are put
into envelopes indiscriminately, sealed uo
Hiid when ordered, are taken out without re
gnrd to choice, und sent by mail, thus show-
niir no lavontisin. On receipt of the certi
ficate, you will see what you are to huve.and
then it U at your option to send the dollar
und take the article or not. Purchasers mav
thus obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond Ring,
or any FCt of Jeuelry nn our list for Okb
Send 23 cents, for Certificate
In ull transactions by mail. we shall charge
for forwarding the Certificates, paying' pott-
igeauil doing the lm.-iuess,dcts each. which
must be inclosed when the certificate i.
rent for. Five certificates will be sent for
SI, eleven for 2, thirty for $5, bixty-five
(or 810. tine hundred for 15,
VUi;it Hie "Tiess" say Ol us
The LtiftiTjttU(lnd.) Daily Courier March
18, 13K.J, says.
A better selected, nioro varied or fu.tli-
ionable assortment of icivelry cannot be
oiiikI on the continent thnu iruii(liile&
Co. are now offering. Messrs trardale. &
co. occupy a high position jtn commercial
circles as men entirely uiiove the common
trickery of trade, Their Btateiiients may be
implicitly relied upon, both as to the churuc
ter of their goods and rAuuner of disposal,
Ladies especially in all part of the county,
are realizing l andsoine profits es agents, ami
if any of our lair readers desire to interest
themselves in the etcrprise, thoy may do so
with perfect confidence.
' Emtlovmext iou Ladies The most eli
gible and profitable employment we have
heurd of lor Ladies is the sale ol certificates
fur the Great Gift Distribution ofrrt n dale
& Co. a lady of our acquaintance has been
very successful in this way, not only in fil
ling her own purse, but also in doing a good
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 .V Y Sunday Mxrcutj
agents We want agents in every iegi
ment and in every tow u and county in the
country, and those acting as such will be
allowed 10 cents on every certificate orde'red
by them, provided their re nittnnce amount
to one dollar also other inducements which
can be learned on opplication. gents will
collect 25 cents for every certificate, and re
mit 15 cents to us, either in cash or postage
ARK. N DALE, ot Uo.
June Ist-65 6v 167 Broadway N.Y,
N TICE TO BRIDGE
VTOTICE horobv eivon that tho Commlssio
il nera of Viuton County, Ohio, will meet in
Zaleski aladtson Township on .
Saturday te22tA .day of 'July 1S65,
At ton o'clock, P.M., on said day, for the
nornoso of letting! to tho lowest resposible bid
der iho building or' a Testlo Bridgo at.tbe
crossings cf Kaccoon Crook at or noar the
outu east end ot Commercial oireot wnere me
ratsvillo and Zaliski Koait crossos and also tho
Road leading from Zalcski to Packards Mill in
j;y oraer oi uommissioners
II. C. M 6DRE Aud'r V.Co.O
April 13th 1565 6w.
beor?e Barna adminstrator of the Estate of
Shelteu Barns late of Vinton county, and State
of Ohio, deceased, has tiled hia aocoants ana
vouchors for inspection and final settlement,
and that tho same will bo for hearing on tha
30tfl day of September isss
August 10th 1865 8w Probate Judge
FRESH CAN FRUIT,
PINE-APPLES, Peaches, Strawberries, Black
berrya Groen Pea Just received and for
sale at tbo Drug Store sof
UPr; . bWI51E. '
Having purchased the Drug
and adled a now and complete
'uo.ioweei price oi lu
H IIAIK, PAINT, WASH AND CAMEL llAIltf
WINES AHD LIQUORS
o( all descriptions for Modicul purposos
'and everything cIbo in tlio DRUG
We buy and
Compfetcnt Pliysdans and Drngglet, Will attend tn tlio making
of accurate compounding of all
.tiiglit. Qive U9 a call and we warrant satisfaction.
July 28th 1804,- lyr.
cBtabliehment of Dodpe and Pa
supply tlicrcto, would ill attct f
lino at Cincinnati retail PRI C
sell for CASH()
Modicinea or i reecriptioiis, doy . or
Dr A. CONDE.
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD.
ONun-l after Monday, Olohor31. lSit4, and
u ti ti 11 further notice, trains will run as fol
ows: MAIL GOING EAST,
Leaves Cincinnati at 7:40 A. M.i Loaves Love
and,ntS:.')3 A, M.; arrives at Chillleotho at
,2:2'J P.M.; Leaves Chillicotho at 12:50 P. M.;
loaves llamdon Junction at2:lP. M.j leaves
McAUhur.at2;34 P.M.; leaves Zaloski, at 31
P. M., leaves Athens at 4:13 P. M. Arrives
st Mariotta at ii:55 P. M.J arrives at Parkers
burg at 7.00 P. M.
MAIL GOING WEST.
Leaves Parkcrshurg, at 7:40 A. M.i leaves Mar
ietta at 7:45 A.M.; leaves Athens at 1 :31 A.
M.; loaves Zaloski, 11:43 A. M.: loavesMcAr
Jiur, 12:13 P. M.; Hamdon Junction at 12:32
A.M. Arrives at Ohillieotho at 1:JJ P.M.;
Leaves Chillinotheut 2:13 P.M.;leavos Lovo
landat 5:5 P. M.; arrivea at Ciuciuliattl ut
Zaleskt Freight carying pasongern, passes
McArthur goiui East at 4:50 A. M.J going
West a', 2:34 P.M. .. ,
The Acoommodution Train Loaves Chillicotho
at 5:20 A. M. J arrives at Cincinnatti at 10:25 A.
M.;leaves Concinnati at 3:S0 P. M.J arrlvosut
CMUicothoat6:50 P.M. ,
ConLections aro made at Lovoland with
Triani to and from Columbus; and at llamdou
Juuotion with truins to and from 1'oitsmoutri
JOHN DURAND, tiup't.
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD. MARIETTA AND CINCIATI
-vTJ iiftAT Thursday, lfelirnnry J.5, 1:64
) regular Passenger Trains will run ia con-
noctiou witn tim i rams u.a...
p..,u.n.-.,:ti. and (tinoinunti. ns lollows:
Ijvm lwumonth at S:15 A. M., arrives at
iinnnnr ut 9:3jA.M.: arrives at Portland at
10:0dA.M.j arrives ta Jackson at 10:57a. M.J
arrives at flamden at 11:50 A.M.; arivca at Cin
cinnaa at 5:55 P.M.;
Leaves Cincinnati at 8:30 A.M.J loaves Ham
j.n . w I' M arrives at Jackson at 3:341.
M .; arrives at Portland at 4:21 P.M.; arrivesal
Pionoer at 4:50 P.M.; arrives at Portsmouth at
6:10 P.M. UA .
Accommodation Train departs rrom POrts
mmth at i :45 T.M.; arrives at Pionoer at 4:3
aLd do9artsat4:50; arrives at Jackaon at 6:i4
.a nmr,. 1 7:90. Derarts6:40 A.M ; ar-
rivcs'at Jackson at 7:35; arrives at Pioneer at
9J5;' and arrives at Portemonthat 11:45.
Through TICKOIS in uinuinun u .iu
od at Portsmouth, Portland, and Jackson, at
too following Tatos:
Portsmouth to Cincinnati, 14.00
Portland " do f,400
Jackson " do 4,00
THE H RTHOR BRASBA. D
1 now regularly organized, and prepared
.1 f.-.nUh the best oi music, for alloccis-
Tha millf! I
ml the latest and best
stvle equal to any that can be furnished
br any Band in the Slate. A ny persons or
parties desiring the services of this Baud,
"IttcABTHlTB BRASS BAND."
McArthur, Vintoo Co.,0.
August 3d 1C65, lino
The Staleof Ohio, Vinton County. Oh'O.
Lydi A. Roamy, Pl'ff,
James W. Keamy, Deft. J
1MIE said James W. Roamy, lato of Terry
X county, Ohio, defendant, whose place of
residence is unknown to plmntitr, is notified
that said Lvdia A. Koamv did. on the 2,'jth dav
July, IStii, fllo hor potition for Divorce in lio
oiiica or toe uork or tlio Court of
Common Pleas, within and for tho uaid eouttv
of Vinton, charging, among other things, the
said James W. Koumy with adultery with ono
Matilda Stevens, aud eros ncirlect of dutv: uml
asking (hat sho may no divorced from tho said
Jamos W. Koamy, and havo Iho custody of
John W. and Mary Ann Beamy, children of
defendant, o.; which potition will be lor
hoariua at the next Term of suit" Court.
LTD I A A. UKAMY,
By Bbattom t Mayo, hor Att'ys.
July 2T, lSUS-tit
Sfaf of Ohio, Xinton County,
J. Marlindill Pl'tf.l In Coort Common
against i Pleas.
Borjamin Dill, ; J li
Joliu Dill, Dufts. J On vend! No. 2
PURSUANT to tho command of Yondi In tho
ahovo cause to mo directed from the Court
of Common Pleas of Vinton countv, Ohio,
1 wid oiler for salo at publio auction at tho Peuu
dery of Benjamin Dill," in Hamdon, Clinton
Township, V iotoo county, Ohio, on
MoncC&y 523, aay of August 18C5, J
At tho hour of Ono o'clock P. M. of said dav.
and salo to continue from day to day until sold.
(he following personal property to wit: Eleven
flows; uue lot ot oid berap iron Castings about
one aud a halt' Tons, two largo Scales; Ono set
of Mounting tools consistiag of Drills, Bracer
die. Ono Grind Stone; Ono lot cf odd Stove
Plates, Grates. Cain Mill &c, Cue set of Lath
tools Wheels Jfce, Parts of two sets Black-smith
toois, consisting of two Anvils, Tongs c. Part
of a sot of Tinners tools; Ono 15 inch circular
buw: 6ix cooking Move patterns, two for coal
and four for wood; Throe cannon Sfovo patterns
Two monky Sfovo patterns; an assorted lot ol
hollow waro yattows, for Pots, Ssillots, Kettles
to. Eight Plow patterns, of dill'oront sizos;
Two Grato patterns; Throo Grato patterns with
fronts; One woodon Cain Mill pattern; One set
Mill Iron pattern .with follow Boarda,PJasks o.
for all above mentioned patterns; Ouo sot of
small wheel patterns for Buggy and coal bank
Buggys; Ono sot of t'ubolow and Moulders tools
consisting of pokers, shovels fee. One Desk;
two hundred and mnoty moro cr les-d Plow
Boame; Fourteen hundred nioroor Jess )'low
Rungs; Twenty-Seven Plow handles; Ono lot
of Lumhor about one hun lrod foet; Five door
and window frames; One counter Sealos: One
small lot of wiro and tin; Ono Screon; Four Au
gers; tins hand Saw; Ono Saw Gummur; Ono
hand Bellows," Ono lot wroiizh Iron Kcrans:
Ono Bar of Iron, one Whoel-Barrow, and a
vurioty lot of Flasks. Patterns &o.. usualv be.
longing to a Foundry and ono, ouo horse Bug-
Taken as the cropcrtv of nnntamtn lltli tn
satisfy a judgmnin fi.vorof J. Martindill.
lKis cr rALE Cash ia liand.
JOHN J. RIIOCKEY,
Kherilf Vinton County, 0.
Constable & Shivol, Att'ys for Pl'iT.
Stale of Ohio Vinton County.
Barah Jane Mitchell PltlT. 1 In Con rt of
against V Common Pleaa
Adm Mitchell Deft. J Divorce.
Adam Mitcholl is notified that Sarah Jane
Mitchell did, on the Sth day of August 1S6S,
file her petition In the ollieo of tho Clerk of
said Court, charging the said Adam Mitcholl,
with a former mairiago.and asking (hat the ho
divorced from the said Adam Mitch ill, which
petition will stand for hearinsr at the next term
of said Court. BARAU JANE MITCHELL.
By Constnblo fc Bbiyel her Attorneys,
READ THIS IimOlGU
S1MUNO AND SUMMER FA8U
10 N 8 FOR 1865. "
IMC II. WILL
Men und Bojs Clohlug,
til A IN STREET,
did etock of
ncolved a lvge and 84etb
LIGHT '& DARK COLORD COATS
jMEN'S BOYS ASD YOUTHS BUfTS
Noatly got up
various patterns of American and Prenca
Cafsimeres aud rut tn the latest style Uk
gether with ft tasty assortment of .
MSIii and IVeck Tics.
beg leave to I m form the Pul llo that, hav
ing purchased our entire stock of Clothing
Furnishing Goods at the present heavy
decline" in Gold and the consequent depre
ciation in the value of Merchandise i am
therefore enabled willing and ready to sell
mgooda fully in accordance with that de
cline and which cannot fail to attract tha
attention of clo&2 buyers evsn at the present
deprased slate of the market
1 guarantee my clothing to
Fit Well or no Sal
t also havo a nice assortment of
Trunks, Vaiw anj Carftt Rigt
Don't fail to exalnlne my stock before rot
cbasinrr elsewhere es money can tx savtd
GEORE B. WlU
June 8th 1869 tf
For Wank Deeds. Call at
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