Ihe McArlmr Democrat
umClAI. OKQAS OF VINTON COCNTY.
rOHtBOAL NOTICES BEE FOURTH TAQE',
SHI TBD1 BOAD TO WIALTB, 1 TO ADTIRTISI
on iDimtn. TEBMS.PAY1N 4DVANOE.
lias cliaDgo his residence from
Cincinnati to Chicago. All Letters
are to be addressed to him as follows.
UK. RATH ALL,
Box No. C273, I'uet Office,
"h peri-aj Ctia Mhvta Mr jnn,
ftc tb tWInii11mi CoDbmt a Mrs
kaTt been Introduced to the publio for men
loan six years, ana nave aoquirea tut
far exoeeding any Family Medicines of
similar nature in the market
An appreciating publio was not long la
uissovenog uey poeqessou remaraauie
tad henoe their
and consequent profit to the Proprietor, thv
eiatung mm to rx ena
f lollars eaoh year In adrortisng their
i i 1 1 i ?
menus, emu puuueuing mo
which have been showered npen him from
Tbi peculiarity of the
la that they strike at the root of Disease,
by eradicating every particle f imparity
for the life and health of tha body depend
upon the purify ef ths blood.
If the blool t po:s med, the body di Age
at a miserable eiisteaoe. These medioinet
for oi ring
Hhrofula, Byphl U,
Ekin fftistaaee, Old Biria,
Bait Hheum, J? htw atin,
(Dysptpsia, Biak Headaoht,
Liver Complntnt, Fever and figua,
Leuoorrhcea, Female Oomplainte,
Erysipelas, Bt. Jlnthny'a Fire,
Fit a, flbrculnus Cbn.sum.ptwr,, eta.
ONE person writ?, hit dangbtorwas cured
of tits of nine years' standing, ind tit Vitus
dance of two years.
ANOTHER writes, his eon was cured
after his flesh ha4 almost wiistort away.
The doctors aronouniied the )ase incura
ble. AN0THEB was cored of Fiver and Ague
after twin? every medicine in his reach.
ANOTHER was oared of Fever Bore
which had existed fourleon yetm
ANOTHER of Rheu natism of eight years
Cases innumerable of Draper ia and Livei
Complaint eould be mentioned in which tfn
Purifier and Pills
WovV&Yvta a CWwvfc.
VGi WVOOUL V.V.ft
, v . k - - . - . . I
are the most active and thorough pills tha
bave over been introduced.
Thev act so diraotlr uron tha Liver, exoit
tng that orjran to suoh nn extent as that thi
system docs not relapse into its former eon
tfition, which is too apt to b the ease with
imply a purgative piU.
They are really a
which, in conjunction with the
will cure all tha aforementioned diseases.
ana, ot u ems elves, wui relieve ana eure
Colio CPairvi", ChoUra Jiorbua,
Indigestion, (Pain in tha govftla,
Try these melioinee, and yom will nevet
Ask yoor nelzbbors, who tare used them
ana uey wui say tney are
and yoo should try them beCirs going for c
Get a Pamphlet or Abnanao of mr local
gent, and read tha eertiSoates, and if yos
nave ever aonotea you ww
' Ai a proof that tho Blood PnriWr red Pllb ar punt)
gvMDie, i oava ut varuncaua oi fvm rom.rt cnem
U, Frotaon Ohlltoa of N. I., and lock of Ciadanatl
' Bead Dr. Boback'i Bpadal Hotlooa aad Otrtlfloata pnb
llshMl In a oonipicaooa (art of tall Papr from Urn Si
Price ef the SeaBdlnrriaa Teptahb Blood PorlSer, SI
irDoni,or3paraauaoMO. uiiBBoudinaTlan Veg
table Blood Pllli
easts per bo, a bosM for IL
Principal Office and Saleroom, Mo. S leat Fonrtta Si.
a Banding from Hu Ot , UlniHimell. O.
Kft IS HaauBond Street.
FORDlaoka ot all
be Dkmocbat Office.
kinds call at
George Bams admlnstrator of ths Estate of
fchelten Barns late of Vinton county, aod 8tata
of Ohio, deceased, has filed bis accounts aod
ronohors for inspection and final settlement,
and that the same will be for hearing on the
80U day of September 1865.
.... EI CHARD CEAIG,
August 10th 1865-8 Probsts Judge
A Most Important Discovery.
rHTEBESTlHO TO AGENTS, FARMERS, AND
We are making s single machine which
combines tlie best ami cheapest portable
wine ana uwer ries, the drvest Clothes
Wringer, and the most powerful Lifting
r .1.. 11 . .1 .
in me worm, ji is me oniy press
adopted to making Apple Champaign,
w men is now regiirpeu as one oi ttie must
important disomies of the ace. A good
agent wanted in every county, to whom we
will hold out such inducements as to in
sure fcl. 000 belore Christmas. The first
one malting application from anv county
hha.l liavf the exclusive agency. Full
particulars, terms etc., by Circular.
H LL. KKfcU 4; CO..
No. 05 Liilerty St., H. Y.
Dr. TALBOTT'8 PILLS
Composed of highly concentrated extrarcts
fioiii routs and herbs of the highest medical
vuluo, iolallibio in the cure of all deceases
of the Liver o: any derangement of the Di
gestive Organs, They remove all lmpuri-
ties ol the Blood, and Hid uncqiialed in the
cute of DiarrhiB, Jjundice, Uvsiwiisiii, Scro
fula. Biliousness, Liver GYmplant, Fevers,
Headache, Tiles, Mercurial Dcscapes, Here-
Iditary Humors, lias: for adults, one pill in
the muiLing clulclren hair a pill, J-rom one
to three pills will cure ordinary cases, and
Ironi one to three boxes will cure ph v curea
blc cose of no matter how loni; standing:
Price SI 00 per box, Trade supplied or sent
V MOTT TALoUTI M.U. & Co
June 1st ISt!5-ly CJ Fulton St N Y
The Grovesteen Puno Forte bMU re
taiiH its precedence and great populajity,
and after undergoing gradual improvements
for a pesiod of 30 years, is now pronounced
by the musical world to be unsurpassed and
even unequaluu in richness, volume and
purity of tone, durability and cheapness,
Our new scale, French action, harp pedal,
iron frame, over-strung bats, seven octave,
rosewood pianos we are wiling cheaper by
from $10 J l $-200 than the same style and
finish are snld by any other first class ma
kers iu the country. Dealers and all in
want of sued piomiog uro invited to send
for our Descriptive Catalogue, which con
tains phutgraphs of our different sly les, to
gether with prices, .no one should pur
ci(ase a piano wiiliout seeing this Cata
logue. Jkledals, alnost without niunuer,
have been awarded totheUrnvpsteen Piano,
and at Ihe Celebrated World's fair, though
put in competition with others from all
paris of Europe, ar.d the U. S., it took the
4'J'J Broadway, New York.
DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND
SEXlMLSYSTEMS-new and relia
ble treatment. Also the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Estayof Warning and Instruction
Sent by mail in sealed envelopes, fiee of
clmnre Address, Dr. J, SKILL IN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, No.
South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. 13th 18UJ lyr.
Po you want WliiKliors or Moiirtnuhii1? Our
(irciaii;rii"l"uiid will force them to row on
no monwicu moo or chin, or ntur in nam lieuda
iu Six V'kH, Piive l,00. Sent by mail any-
wliero. cloudy rchiimI. on rucelp or price.
Address, WAKMill iSt CU., llox 13i,
Brookljii, N. Y.
Feb, 16, '(!5 ly,
A CARD TO INVALIDS.
A Clergyman whilo ni.-idiu iu South Ainor-
nn n iiiipPKMiurj.. uinvifturvd llBttiOUllu IU-
rlo rumodv tor tlia Curo ot isorvyus vvcHkneiia
Karl v Iieeay, l)iusflii ol'tho Urimirv and
Saminal Oruiins, and tho irholo train ol'disor
(lora brousrhtonby buuutul uml viciou.i lmbir
Great nuiubam havo beou already cured by this
nonio romoily. t romyta'i by a demro to bonu
tit rho Mllcted and unfortunate, 1 will eunci
Uio rooino fir proparin aud luinir this m.di-
c'no, iu a sealed cnvelopa.to any ona who nouda
u, r REE or I I1AROB.
l'leai'B inclime apost-puid cevolopo, aJdr';a.
ed to yourself.
J OS K Pit T. IN.HAFJ,
a,iAl 1 V M lil Dtil ULfUPB,
Mar. UlhlS85-ljr. Now York. City.
Farnis for Sale.
4S0 AcRKd IU jJlSSOUBI.
ONE Tract, of 320 acres, situated on ths
waters of Current River. 12 miles from
the county seat, 3 miles from Sinking
Spring, an enterprising village in Dent
county, Missouri. About 75 seres of bot
tom land, and about 100 acres of timbered
Also 160 acres of rich farming land
and good timber land, 3 miles from Emin
ence, in Shannon county, Missouri, on
Current River. The about land will be sold
a bargain, and pari of it exchanged for
stock. For further particulars, call on or
BRATTON & MAYO,
Aug. IT, 1865 fit
James A. Martindale. Guardian of Sarah K.
Martindalo, has riled his accounts and vouchers
for i upection aud final aettlomeol, and that
the tamo will be passod upon on the 2nd day
September, 1S65. BICHARD CKAIU,
Aogusi ictn i8ho iw I'robRte Judge.
NOTICE. N TICE T BRIDGE
NOTICE heroby given that tho Commissio
ners of Vintou County, Ohio, will nieot in
Zaloski Madtson Township on
Satnrd&y te22tA day of July 1865,
ten o'clock, P.M., on said day. for the
or pose of letting to the lowest recposiblo bid
er ths building of a Testis Bridge atihe
orossi ngs of Kaccoon fteok at or near the
ontb east end of Commercial Street where the
ratsville snd Zaliski Road oroises and also the
Road leading from Zaloski to facksrds Mill in
jty order of Commissioners
H. C. M0OKE And'r Y.Co.O.
April 13th 1865-5W.
FRESH CAN FRUIT.
PINK-AFPLE8, Peaohea, Strawberries, Black
berrys Greea Pea Jnst received and for
s&ieanne v;ug etore sor
By authority oi tha Secretary of ths Treas
ury, tho undersigned ths General Subscription
Aeency fur the ule of United S'atos Securities
otTcrbto the publio ths third series of Treaxnay
Notes, bearing seven and throe tenths per
cent. inft. per annam known as ths
SE VX- Til Ul TV LOAF.
These notes are Issued under date of July,
lath, l'eo, SLd are payable thres venrs from
that date, in enrroney, or aro coovsrtible at
he option of tho holder into
ir.S. 5-20 Six per Cent.
Those bonds are now worth a handsome
prom'nm, and are exempt, as are the irovorn
mont Bands, from State County and Uunlcinal
taxation, which adds from one to throe pa' con t.
per snuin to their value, aecc rdinp to the rafe
levied on uoon other nrnr.nrtv. Tha Inism.t
is psyablo soml-anuual by coupons attached
to each note, which may beset off and sold to
any bariK or bankor.
The interest nt7-3ft per cent.' araounN to
One con t por day on a iO unta.
Twocontson a L0 note
Ten on a as
20 on a HOO'noto
tl on a SO
isotosor all denominations named will h
promptly furnished upon receipt of subeorlp
The Notes of this Third Porles are precisely
unimir in mrm ana privileges to the seven-
imrfios Biresuysold. excoptthat the Govern
nient reeorvos to lsolf tho option of pavinir in
tnrest In gold coin at 6 per cent., irctead of T 3
lOths in currency. Snbseribnrs will deduct the
interest in currenco up to July 15th, at the
umo wnen tney runscriuo.
The dollvery of ths notes of this third sorlos
or tho Sovon-thirties will commonce on the 1st
of June, snd will be made promptly and con
tinuously after that date.
The Mllght clinnen mado intho conditions of
this TII1KI) SliHIES affects only the mattor of;
iutorest. Tho psvinont in eold. ifmado. will
be equivalent to the currency interest of tho
The return to specio payments Intheevont
of which only will the option to pay Interest in
Gold bo availed of, would so reduce and equalize
prices mac purchases niaoo wito six per cent,
in eold would bo lully equal to those made with
seven and throe-fuoths pur cent in currency.
Thi is '
THE OXLTf LOAX J MARKET
Now ofl'ored by the Governmont, snd its super
ior advuutagus make it the
torn than o
by Ihe C'ongross aronow on tho mnrkut. This
umount.at tho rute at which it is being absorb
ed, will be subscribed for within sixty-days,
when tho notos will undoubtedly command a
prumium, as has uniformly beontho case on
closing the subscriptions to other Loiih.
In ordor thatuitizensof evory town and see
tion of the country may bo alTordeJ facilities
for tukingtho hmu, the National Banks, State
Bunks, aud 1'nvato Baukers throuirhout the
country havo fenornlly agrocd to roceiva sub.
scriptlons atpar., Subscribers will solecttholr
own agents, in whom they have coulldoncc,
nnil who only aro to bo responsible for the de
ivory of tho notts lor which they receive or
dors. J A V COOKE,
tSl'BscniPTioM AlfT, Philadelphia.
SUUSCHIPTIJNS WILL BK HECEIViO by tUO
First National Bank of Chillicnthe,
First National Hank of Cincinnati.
First National Hank of Athuns,
Firxt National liuk of Portsmouth,
May 85th '63 8i.vo.
TW Cr.,lt DMim! firra!r
M HI ' UMM (A HI
t I aVlaVrFineen-ka large I I -J I
m St W4f latter luurcl fir two . wj
sSagafr i cent itauips.
UBS. JACKSON, II KRBERT a Co.,Prnprle
tors of tho atlollul Dispensary, ostablinheu
Cincinnati, O. Jan. 1, 18G0, euro all private de
seasos with unexampled rapidity. Woguurui
teo to cure Gonorrhoea, Olcot, Syphiliis, Im
potency, Nocturr,al Kmissions, orFomaloCom
pluiiit', in short evrry possible form and var
lotv ot'Sexulsr Disease. Cures rapid, thorough
and permanent, and fees moderate Send for
a circular -flftscn large 8 in. by 11 in. letter
pages, of varied, valuable and intorosting mat
tor! Also, a circular intended for Ladies on y.
luny of osr patients assert, they have sen:
money to Doctors in Eastern cities andreoeiv
ed no return.
Then why cot patronize home talent men
who know the western climate and effect
Dr. Jfcksou's Female rilla .fl per box- -send
for Circular. Special writtoo Replies, will scal
ed, sent with the Circular, without chargq.
One of tho cheapest, most intrerstincr and im
portant hooks published, soopsge, looongrav
inirs "The Mountrin of Lieht. or Medical Pro
tector and Marriage Gnid,and an Kxplicit Key to
Love and lieauly.,' It SATIS AUTULllil
rovoals various subjects never before fulU ex
plained in any popular work in she English
language. Prioe 5o cents and one 3ceutstRmp,
or three for 1 and three 3 ctnt stamps. Fulli
described in Circular, which every young mar
should have, whether sick or well.
.Medicine and instructions sent promptly to any
part of the cou n try. t onniltnig Ko o f tha
Desponsarv. No 107 Sycamore street. P. O
Box, No 43d.
Jut. JACKSON' - ORIENTAL LIMMEAT
Removesall coldness, aud rejavinates organ
whichhavelaindormenC for many years. It
will care any case of impotoncy.criate and In
create tho passions for vny reasonable time
Can be mailed with perfect safety. Prieet2po
DK. JACKSON'S FRENCH PATENT MALE
It is perfectly safe and never fails to give satis
faction. It is the only sure and safe preventa
tive against contracting disease ever invented
rricefi eaon, 4 per can aozen,and7 pel
uozud, seiib dt man.
Statb or Ohio, Vinton Cocnit:
t hobe Ann Pierce, Pl'lt,) Conrt of Common
strain st Pleas.
Samuel Pierce, Deft. ) Divorce.
Samuel Pierce, of Prairieville, in the County
of Docatnr, in the State of Iowa, ii- hereby no
tified that Pbebe Ann Pierce did, on the 23th
day of June, A. D. 1805, file har petition in
the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common
Pleas, within and for the said Connty of Vin
ton. Ohio, charging the said Samuel Pierce with
adultery witn one Loretta Dart, and with wil
ful absenoe for more then three years, and ask
ing that she may be divorced from the said
Samuel Pierce; which petitition will stand for
hearing at the next term of said Court. ., ;
rUElSE AUK PIERCE,
By Constable & Snivel, her Att'ys.
July 20, 1865-6 W
ROAD TAX NOTICE.
N'OTICE is hereby given that the Commis
sioners of Vinton Connty. Ohio, at thnlr
J une session for the year 1865, levied a tax of
one mm onrinououar; Doing tenoentaon eaoh
hundred dollars or valuation, in each township
in aaid county. Whioh said tax may be dis
charged by labor on the roads, under the di
rection of the Supervisors of the several dia.
trlots, at the rate ol one dollar per day, as pro-
viuou ut law. n. i. jnuujte,,
Jobs M, 18S-8ir, Aud. Y, Co, 0,
GREAT S A E
WATCHES, CHAINS, RIXGSic,
ONE MILLION DOLLARS WORTHj
TO BE DISPOSED OF AT
One fkollar Each!
Without legard to Value I Not to bo paid for
Mum juu auow wnat you aro to receive : I !
Splendid List 0f Articles It All to he
.. 1,01,1 "l ()ne lollr E'h ! 1 1
SOO Musical Boxes i!0 to lloOcaob
150 with Bells and
... eff'i,"5" --iOOto 500 each
500 Silv' Toapots a cotTee Urns 20 to 50 each
Ujutlng Uihes 30 to 100 each
Ice Pitchers 20 to 50 each
Syrup cups Asalvers 20 to 50 each
gobluls adriukingcc.ps 5 to 50 each
Casters 15 to 50 each
Fruit, Card and Cake
Baskets 20 to 50 each
oouu uoi. biiv' Tea Spoons 10 to MO do
10000 " Table spoons and
Forks 2C to 40 du.
250 Gonts gold hunting-cuse
' Watches 50 to 150 each
zai sanies Uold C KnanielJ bunt-
inir cass WaA hca
Ci to 70 euo
500 Gents' Hiintinn-caso Silver
SOO Diiimond Rin?
35 to TO enoh
50 to 100 each
3000 Guld Neck Vest chains..
3000 " Ovnl Ban. UracoluU-.
4 to SO each
oouojatand Gold Bracelets-. ..- Ota
liM) t'hatolaiee Guard chains 5 to
7000 Solitaire Gold Brooches.. 4 to
50 0 Coral opaUemerald brooches 4 to
5000 Mosaic, Jot, Lava aud Floren
tine Far Droos 4 in
75(10 Coral. Opal it Emerald
400O Cal. Diamond Breast Piu-J,50 to 10 each
3000 Fob & Vest Watch-keys. .ifiO to each
(sots Moove-bultons a.Studs 8 to 8 each
Fob Ves; Ribbon-tildes.. 8 to 1J each
Gold Thimbles & l'uucils.. 4 to o each
Miniature Lockets 2 50 to 1'. each
' " Mauiospriugs 10 to 20 each
Toothpicks, Crosses 40 2 to rJ euch
rlain Gold Rings 4 to 10 each
ohasod Gold Ring! 4 to 1 ech
Siune set & Signet Rings 2,50 to 10 each
Cal. Diamond Rins 2 to 10 each
Gold Pens Silvor Extension
lioldersand 'encils.... .. 4 to IO oach
Gold Pen&GuM Mounted
Iloldors 6 to 10 each
Gold Pons a Guld Ex'ens
Holdura li to t5 each
Sots Ladies Jewelry Jet
and Gold 3 to 15cnch
Suts Ladies Jowelry ctmeo.
roarl opnland otherstonos- to Uca"h
" Ladies Gilt & Jot Buckles.. 5 to 15 oach
" '! 'S " IiairBars
Balls Jtn innot.
oi,iiiiuni,.. oi lo. uianuiacurnrs Aeonts
No. 167 Broalviav.N'aw Y.irk.
All XT1t.T..i u
1 n outico that all of the above list of eood
will be sold for Ose Dollar each.
In consequent of tho great stngimtian of
trade In the manufacturing districts of En
gland, through tno war having cut olT the
supply oi cotton, a large quantity ofVnlua
ble Jewelry, originally intended for the En"-
lish market, has been sent off for sale initios
country, and must be sold atantbacui
i it . ,
fice i unuer inese circumstances, arban.
dale 5t co., acting as sgents for tho princi
pal Luropean maiinfucturers, have resolved
upon a great Gift pportioument todividej
accordins to the following regulations;
Certificates of the various articles are put
into envelopes indiscriminately, 6ealedup
ana wnen oruereu, are tanen out will, out re
garu to choice, and eent by mail, thus show,
inc no favoritism. On receiut of the certi.
ficate. you will see what you are to bave.snd
then if is at your option to send the dollar
und lake the article or not. Purchasers mav
thus obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond Ring,
or any set of Jewelry ou out list for Ose
Stud 23 cents, for Certificate
In all transactions by mail. we shall chare
for forwarding the Certificates, pavinir no.-t.
age and doing tbu buiiucss.'JOcls each.w hich
must be inclosed when tho certificate is
rent for. I ive certificates will be sent for
41, eleven for f'2, thirty for S5, eixty-Cvo
tor el u, one n una red tor id,
Wliiif "l'rees" bhv of lis
The Lafayette (id.) Daily Courier March
18, 18UU, says.
"A better selected, mote varied or fash
loiiabla assortment of jewelry cannot be
found on the contineut thnu rrandtile &
Co. are now offering. Mcssr3 Irardaleti
co, occupy a high position Jin commeiciul
circles as men entirely above the common
trickery of trade, Their 6tateuient3 may be
implicitly relied upon, both as to the cliarac
ter of their goods and manner of disposal,
Ladies sspecfiVy m all part ol the country
are realizing raudsonie profits es agents, and
if any of our lair readers desire to interest
themselves in the eterprise, thoy may do so
with periect confidence.
Employment for Ladies The most eli
gible and prcfitable employment we have
heard of lor Ladies is the sale of certificates
for the Great Gift Distribution of rri n dale
& Co. A lady of our acquaintance has been
very successful in this way, not only in fil
ing her own purse, but also in UimiK a food
turn to those to whom stio sold the certin
cotes, as will be seen by our adverfi$iii"
columns. Gentlemen ran also be thus eu:
gaged N Y Sunday Msrcury
agents ve want ajieir.s in every rect
mentandin every town and county in the
country, and those acting as such will be
allowed 10 cents on every certificate ordered
by them, provided their re nittance amount
to one djjllar also other inducements which
can be learned un application. gents will
collect 20 cents Tor every certiucate, and re
mil 19 cents to us, either in cash or postuge
AUK N UALK & Co.
JuneIst-65 Gw 167 Broadway N.Y,
HARN ES S
ahibrose k mKimi.
fEEPS constantly on hand and mannfactnrt
. to order, very variety ana styia oi
LADIES AND GENTS SADDLES
which for workmanship and stock will compare
with any similor work in Southern Ohio.
ALSO. Harness single and double ssts,
from the plainest to the finest mounted. Also
every variety of R dine Bridles and Halters.
Al 1 of which will be sold at the lowest cush fig
ures. --sii ana examine staci on nanaa.
P1HUR BRA AD
Is now regularly organized, and prepared
to furnish the best ol iiiuaic, for all occas
ions. The music is of the latest aud best
ftyle equal to anv that can be furninhedj
oy any iiau i in tne aiaie. Any persons or
parties desiring the services of this Baud,
"ITlcARl Hl'It D It ASS BINI."
McArthur, Viuton Co.,0.
August 3d ld65, lino
The Slate of Ohio, Vinton County, Ohio.
Lydia A. Reamy, Pl'lT, )
nirainst ) Divorce.
James W.Roainy, Deft. J
'"PIIE said James W. Kearny, lute of Perry
A county, Ohio, defendant, whoso place of
"-luunce is unnnown to piaintitl, Is notified
that snld Lvdia A. Reamy did, on the 25!h dav
Juiy, Wib, file her petition for Divorce in tw
oinco or the tiers: of (Yuri ..f
common rlens, within and lor the aid cuutty
of Vln'on, charging, anion g other things, the
said James V. Rcamy wilh adultery with one
Matilda Stevens, and gross neglect oi'duly; m.d
asking fhat she may be divorced from t)m r:ti,l
.lames W. Resmy, and have the custody of
donn vi . ana Alary Aun Rcamy, children of,
ueieiiitnnt, o.; which petition will be for
hearing at the uext Term of said Court .
LYDIA A. REAMV,
By Bratton tft Mayo, her Att'ys.
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI
ON and after Monday, OoloherSl 1-04, snd
uutlll further uuticu, trains will run as fol-
MAIL GOING EAST,
Loaves Cincinnati at 7:40 A. M.: Loaves Love
nnd, at S:5'i A, M.; arrives at Chillicotho at
12:2i P.M.; Leaves Chillicotho atl2;5o P. M.;
loaves Ham Jon Junction at2:MP. .M.J leaves
McArthur. at 2:34 P. M.; leaves Zuloski, at 3:01
P. M., loavus Athens at 4:13 P.M. Arrives
tt Marietta at 6:53 P. M.: arrives at Parkers
burg ut7:00 P.M.
MAIL GOING WEST.
Loavos Parkorsburg. Bt7:40 A. M.; leaves Mar
ietta at 7:45 A.M.; leases Athens at 1 :31 A.
M,; leaves Zaloski, 11:45 A. M.: loaves Mo Ar
thur, 12:13 P.M.; Hamdcn J unction at 12:32
A.M. Arrives at Ohillicotho at 1:53 P.M.;
Leaves Chillicotho at 2:13 P.M.; loavos Livo
land at 6:56 P. M.; urrives at Cinclnnatti at
Zaloski Freight carylng passongors, passes
MoArthur gniin East at (t:50 A.M.; going
Tho Accommodation Train Leaves Chillicnthe
at 5:20 A. SI.; arrives at Cinciiumttl at 10:25 A
M.J loavos Concinnati at 3:30 P. M : arrives al
l.'tiillicOthotit:50 1 . M.
Connections are mudo at Lbveland wlh
I nam to and Ironi Columbus; end at liamden
Junction with trains to Bnd from r-.it-niouth
JOHN DL'RAND. Sui't.
MARIETTA AND CINCIATI
ON and aftor Thursday, Kebruary 15, 1564
regular Pcsscngor Trains will run in con
iioction wilh the Trains on main lino between
Portsmouth and Cincinnati, as follows:
Leaves Portsmouth at 8:15 A. M., arrives at
Pioneer, at 9:85A.M.; arrivos Bt Portland at
10:0 A.M.; arrive;, ta Jackson at 10:57a. M.;
arrives at Jlnimlcn at 11:10 A.M.; arives al tin
cinr.ati al5:.'5 P.M.;
Leaves Cincinnati ut 6:33 A.M.; loaves Ham
don at.3:0 P.M.; arrives ut Jackson at 8:34 P.
M.; arrivos at Portland at 4:2) P.M.: arrives si
Pioneer at 4:50 P.M.; arrives at Portsmouth al
Accommodation Train departs from Ports
mouth ut 1!:45 P.M.; arrivos at Pioneer it! 4:3
aud do9arts nt4:5i); arrives at Jackon at 6,c4
and IlnmdiQ. wl 7:80. DepartsS:40 A.M : ar-
rivoat Jackson ut 7:35; urrives ut Tloncor at
:.)."); and arrives ut Pnrtsmoutliat 11:15.
Through Tickots to Cincinnati can be obtain
ed at Portsmouth, Portland, and Juckson, at
mo loiiowing rates:
Portsmouth to Cineimwi'.l, f t no
Portlsnd " do . ,400
Jackaon " do 4 ,00
Sfofe of Ohio, inlon County,
-J. Martindill ITff, In Court Common
against : rieas.
Juhn Dill, Defts. J On veuJ a
T)TJRSUANT to tho command ofVendl in the
J. above cause to mo directed from the Court
ol Common l'leas of Vintou county, Ohio,
win oner i r su.e ut piituic au tion at the r euu
dory of licnjumin Dill, in J'uinden, Cliulon
township, v niton county, Ohio, ou
Monaf-y 23, dy of August 1SC5,
At ine uour oi ioe o ciock i . m. or sum aay.
and sulo t-i continuo fromduy to day until sold.
rhe fullowing norsonal property to wit: Eleven
Plows; One lot of old Scrap Iron Cai-tings about
one au l a half Tons, two liire Scales; Ono et
of Mouflting tools consisting of lirills. Bracer
ao. One Uriud cmoix; One lot ef odd Stuvj
Plates, Grates, Caiu Mill &e, Cue set of Lath
tools Wheels &a, Parts of two bp's Hluck sn ith
took, consisting of two Anvils, Tone e. Part
of a sot of 1 loners tools; Onu 15 inch circular
haw; bix cooking htove jiatterns, two f"r coal
and four for wood; Throe cannon Sovo patterns
Two mouky SJovo patterrs; unassorted lotol
hollow wuro riattoms, for Pots. S ilieis, Keltluh
to. Eigli Plow patterns, of different sizes;
Two Grato patterns; Threo Grute patterns with
fronts; One wooden C'uin Mill pattorn; One sot
Mill Iron pattorn, with follow Boards, Flasks o.
for all above mentioned patterns; One set of
small wheel patterns for Buggy and coal bank
Buggys; One set of t?u below und Moulders tools
consisting of pokors. shovels &o. One Desk;
Two huudrcd and ninoty moro tr less Plow
Beanie; Fourtcon hundred more or less Plow
Rungs; Twonty-Soven Plow handles; One lot
of Lumber about one hun lred feet; Fivedoor
and window frames: Onocountor Scalos; One
small lot of wire and tin; One Sereeu; Four Au
gers; Ons hand Saw One Saw Gummer; One
hand Bellows; One lot wroueh Iron scrans:
One Bur of Iron, one Wheel-Burrow, and a
variety lot of Flasks. Patterns Sro.. nsnalv he.
longing to a Foundry and ouo, oae horse Bug
gy. Taken as the property of Benjamin Dill to
wtisfy a judgment in ti.vor of J. Martindill.
lEBifs or AL Cash in hand.
JOHN J. BIIOCKEY,
Sheriff Vinton Conaty, O.
Constable & Shivel, Att'ys for Pl'tf.
Slate of Ohio Vinton County.
Sarah Jane Mitchell Fltff. ) In Conrt of
against I Common Pleas
Ad.m Mitchell Pert. J Divorce.
Adam Mitchell is notified that Sarah Jana
Mitcholldid, on the 8th day of August lS6t,
file her petition in the otfico of tha Clerk of
said Conrt, charging the said Adam Mitchell,
with a former marriage, and asking that she be
divorced from the said Adam Mitoh ill, which
petition Will stand for hearing at tha
of said Court. BAEAH JAKE MITCHELL.
By Constable b Bhivel her Attorneys,
aug't IOth 1665-4
READ TUIS TUROUCH
- AND -
SPRING AND 6UMMER FASII
IONB FOR 1865.
Mcu and Bojs Clohliig,
did stock of
received a lage and tglta?
LIGHT & DARK COLORO COATS
.MEN'S BOYS AVD YOUTHS SUITS
Neatly got up
IMNT8 AND VE8TS
Of various patterns of American and French
Cassimeres and cut in the latest stylo lOr
gether with a tasty assortment of
Shi iind IYeek Ties.
I beg leave to Imrorm the PuMic that, hT.
ing purchased our entire stock of Clothing
and Furnishing Goods at the present heevr
decline in Gold and the consequent depre
ciation in tne value oi Merchandise I am
therefore enabled willinir and ready to sell
my goods fully in accordance with that de
cline and which cannot fail to attract the-
attention of close buyers even at the prcceat
ucprsseu svaie oi me market
I guarantee my Clothing to
Fit AVell or no Sal
l also have a nice assortment of
Trunks, V&liae and C&tjvi Btgt
Don't fail to examine mv itork Won m
chasing elsewhere as money can be MvaJ
oy uuyiog ai
GEOBE B. WlLL'l
June 8th 1865 tf
For Ulank Deeds. Colht
litllllCI D. WILL.
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