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Ike McArhur Democrat
OFFICIAL OEQAR OF VINTON COUNTY.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT
TOH LEOAt HOT1CIS BEE FOPBTHrAQE
TH1 TBDt BOAD TO WIAlTn, Id TO ADVEHTial
Tcvb BUBTNBtil TKRMS.PAY IN ADVANCE.
Dr. Itaphat'l.
Has ' clmngo his resiilenco from
Cincinnati to Chicago. All Letters
are to bo addrc9Bed to liiiu its follows.
DR. RAPHAEL,
Box No. 6273, Post Office,
Chicaoo, Illinois.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT ATTENTION, SOLDIERS!!
I wish to say 10 our returning 6ohliers,
w'ulowg, and heirs of deceased soldiers,
that I wilt attend to gelling their Buck
Pay, Bounties, end Pensions, end Local
Bounties ; also, lor ail who were iinpns
oned in Soullwrn prisons commutation in
money for iheir rations whilst imprisoned
and three moo IhseUra pay; and I will at
tend to the collection of all other claims
on Hie United States or Stat-i of Ohio.
Pee for each application from fe5 to 810
to thu trouble and expense incur
E. A. BRATTON,
E. A. BRATTON, McArthur, Ohio.
July 13, 1865.
Sewing Macimses. I wish again
to eiy to trw ciluwus of this county,
that I cai furnish "Whcclcr & Wil
oon'fl Sowing Muchiuia" the Lest
manufactured at Cincinnati pricon,
tad ca choap as uny. other lorsin
c&n cell them. This being the caso,
v.hy can you not ordor frcta mo, as
vfoll a. to bay from lViiiloraf
MRS. RUTH C. BRATTON.
Ladies' Patent Comets. 1 wish
to say to the Ladies of .McArthnr
ncd vicinity, that . I hae a cou;i!e of
dozausof Madara Uoraey'a Patent
Solf-Guiiportii)' Coraets for sale, at
tliolowect piicoa. TIicjo are the
most dosira'u'o ailiclo worn by laJics
in point of LoaHli, and cannot Ij
8ur;ia::cd fur njatnoss.
Cull find Bee for yourselves, and he
convinced. .
MRS. RUTH C. BRATTON.
CTTDis. Wit-r. & His A jit tho
Ciis'nf.l C i.;;'.! Ca.h Ctoro. nvo now
rocuivuii tho Urt-st and ono o! tin
Lewi rejected st'.ick of Goods wo Lnvo
eoen i;i this mi Lot. Da:), htid tho
Lovs we detenninoi to bn second lo
none in thia rrmkot fr ohou; (vorpi ;
as r.ll tboir customers wiil vouch for
thttu, it i needles for us to eay
pore.
Romcmbor there is ft Kow Stoc!
for Tall and Winter.
Steadvoitkeiucnt ia this paper,
and ;iU and oxauuino j.;"cd6.
The Solweko' Riccs;rTis. Last
wtck we had one ol the Soldiers' Re
ceptions, which aro now the order, of
tho day, in this county. As we- ex
pected, it was taken charge of by thu
"Negi o-E'ptality-with-White-Soldiers'
" par.y, tho managers nod truni
pot blowc'r3 ol which sounded thfl
Abolition horc right lustily; calling
on the ooidiers to "full in," and with
tiio black llag waving over them,
to char2o on tho Whito Man's Uov
crnaiont and oveitum it. The sol
diers wero told tbat from this white
Governmcut and it u whito Consti
tution and laws, tho "Union" paity
had as much to foar as from tho
"rebjla iu arms." aud that if
they wanted to complete tho woik
they had commenced thoy must fight
theso with ballots as they had the
Southern Confederacy with bullets,
and that tho last fiht was the most
important of the two.
The rabid "spouting," (for that
fleoms to bo the appropriate term for
the (dibits ol tho occasion,) is Baid to
Lave commenced with our youug,
handsome, eloquent village orator,
editor, surveyor, claim agent, (soe
card iu Kogistor,) &o., &e., &C--
Homer is tho cnrled darling of our
little community, the pride of all our
cross roads; and every buxum maid
en, who, with her best calico on, tarns
nt to hoar him "deliver" at the
Bchool house gatherings of tho faith
fnl, gazes with undisguised admira
tion at his shook ol wooly" hair and
bis dark eyes, believing in her soul
that he is the perfect typo of that
"perfect raco" which Wendell Phil
lips and Beechcr say will result from
the mingling of the whites and
blacks.
Yoa, verily, this AleArtbur Adonis
with
"Hypcrious curia, the front of Jove himself
An Eye like Mara to threatenand command"
is just the man to create a stir iu the
email puddle of Vintou County Abo
lition politics1 especially with the
girls who dote on "wool" and tho
admiring boys who emulate his
"swagger," and believe as firmly as
he doos himself, that ho is a perfect
italesm&n in expectancy, tho em
bryo of two or thrfto Daniel Web
etcrs, and several Henry Clays, a
cart load of Rentons, and qnite a
number of distinguidhed military
k'untleinou all rolled into one body
nnd called Homer, lloraer is clas
sical- it suits tho man. We hale to
toll his other name, it sounds too
ordinary by hull" for euch a piece of
fino wuro. Wo must out with it,
however his natiio is Jones ! Dow
unfortunate that it waaruV Plato, or
SophocW, or Solomon I One thing
was evident, that Homer did not
nnderetaud tl.o firnt thicg nbont
X)litical matters or tho system of
government under which ho lived;
but it was only additional proof of his
genius that he talked two hours about
what ho did not, it) tho remotest
degree comprehend 1 A crusty
friend by our 6ido, suggests that this
is a'l bosh, and that lloraor is only
an ignorant and vain young man,
who is anxious to show Limsolf
rAten before ho is ripo. Hut hu is
apt Ij bo a little harah sometimes.
Alter Homer, cuino Congressman
Hundy-- "Piiraon Ruiidy?' as rood
naiured ' a round of beef'as wo ever
knew; the only trouble with him
being tiiut his head is nothiug more
tiiau a continuation of bis neck. Ho
ifaid ho did not cr.ro if South Carolina
vas kept out of the Uniou tor a
l undtud years; uud he would never
vuis to iiJa.it her roprcajntjitivos or
thoic of thoco of othor S.Jtithorn
ikatt3 until they had siibinittod to
l.r.vo their intern;;! affairs arranged to
Huit hi: notion. Tim idea of hie tel
l;r;g h.ji? he will vdM is latrhable.
He kn;ws nothing about it. Ho
v;ill vote :ceicdy U3 liij masters tell
liiip, rtii n he g'j'j to 7ashiiigto3.
Ho belong to the "awkward squad"
and r.'v.v.ys v:i;l, and hia proiuco id
to do us ho ia directed.
ifiw more 6j libs an J crackers
ft urn i;aio cs r.n J tvuat-nots, and the
nlair ended. Tho eo!d ova sori6iUo
fell('V.s paid mora attention to the
ycung la lies than to thu 6;Ki;!inj,
in J could just P.3 v.-eil have dispensed
witn lliut altorrctlior. .
0. V. J. W0L1Z,
ULTAIKBB OF
Watches, Clocks,
-ASM
liUSICALlKSTRBJSEJiTS,
HUBERTS BUILDLXGS,
McARTIlVIi, OHIO.
Farms for Sale.
450 Agues in Jissccki.
NETrct, of 320 acres, silimtedon the
wains of Current River, 13 miles from
the county seat, SA miles frorn Sinking
Spring, en enterprising village in Dent
counlv, Missouri. A'otit i3 ei:res of bot
tom I'Jiiii, o n J ubout ICO seres of timbered
land.
Al.-o ICO acres of rich farming land
Bui) zood timber land, 3 miles from Emin
ence, in Shannon county, Missouri, on
Current liver. The about land will he sold
at a bargain, nnd pnrl of it exchanged loi
stork. For further particulars, call on or
aildiess
BRATTON & MAYO,
McArthur,Uhio.
Aug. 17,1865-61
NOTICE.
James A. Martindnlu, Cunrdlnnof Surah E
Mnrtindalo, lias filed hi accouni-i and vouchers
fur i ispection nnd final settlement, and that
1 lie name will bo pasted upon on tho 2nd day
of September, 155. RICHARD Oil Aid,
Atijriut 10th ISfiS 3 l'robato Jiidfjo.
TICE T II It I CS 13
EI ILDEHS
NOTICE hcroby given Unit tho Commissio
ners of Vinton County, Ohio, will meot in
Zaluski Mndtsou Township on
Saturday te22iA day of July 1805,
At ten o'clock. P.M., on said day, for the
oorDOso of lotting to the lowest lesnosiblo bid
dor ho' building or a Tcstle Bridge at be
crossings cf Raccoon Creek at or near tho
outh east end of Commercial Street whore the
lattsville and Zaliski Road crosses and also the
Road leading from Zale:kl to Puckards Mill in
Knox Township.
I'.y order of Commissioners
H. C. M CORE And'r V.Co.O.
April lSlh !S65-5rr.
DIVORCE NOTICE.
Statb or Ohio, Vinton Coontt:
Pliobo Ato Pierce, Pl'ft,j Court of Common
against Ploas.
Samuel Piorco, Deft. J Divorce.
Samnol Pierce, of Prairiovilla, in the Ccnnty
of Decatur, in the Slate of Iowa, U hereby no
li lied tbat Pbcbo Ann Pierce did, on the 28th
day of Jane, A. D. 1S65, file her petition in
the office of the Clerkof tho Court of Common
Pleas, within and for tho said Connty of Vin
ton. Ohio, charging the said Samuel Pierce with
adultery witn ono Lorotta Dart, and with wil
ful absence for more than three years, aud ask
ing tbat she may be divorced from the said
Samuel Pierce; which potitition will stand for
hoaring at the next term cf said Conrt.
PHEBE ANN P1F.RCE,
By Constable & Snivel, her Att'ys.
Julyao,18Hw
llllll HUH
AT
ORIGINAL CASH STORE
-
AN WIuLILj
Who aio just In receipt of a large and varied assortment of full and
winter goods tor 1305 consiting of
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC DRY G0( 1)S,
Choice Family Groceries,
IMS akd caps, boots and shoes
AND ALL ARTICLES IN USE,
ALL of which wero bonght for CASH, at the very lowest lates and thoy
positively will sell cheaper thau any oilier Establishment, iu the
County,
Sept 21b! 18C.5 -6mo DAN WILL & RRC'S
I 1'ilB
THE
OF -
& EBMOTe;
or
Greatest Medical Circular
a A tl Ei HWMl A tl
. M. W latter niucol for two Ya
lm HUM
S-Firtcenti large
letter pogoi for two
Swot iUuups.
DCS. JACKSON, IIKRHERT Co-JWio
t'"rBoftho NittrtoriiU Dinpottniy, eti.l.lir'nod
Cin.inimll,0. Jan. 1, lSiiO, euro all private de
Kf anos with nnoxamplad rapidity, wo enaraa
teo to earoGonorrhooB, Cllcot, Sypliillis. Im
poteney, Nocturnal Emissions, or Foniolo Com
plaint', in abort ovrry possible form and var
iety of S.(Xrtlr Disease. Cares rapid, thorough
and permanentand fees moderate 8ond for
a circular -tit'teoa larfroSiu. by U in. letter
pajp-s, of varied, valnablo and Intorcstinir niat
lar. AUo, a circular iutcndod for Ladies on y.
Many of our paiienta assert, they have son:
money to Doctors in Eastern citius aud receiv
ed no roturn.
Tl.cn why cot patronize homo talent nion
who know tho Western cliniato and effect
Hp'icdy cures.
Dr. Jscksou's Female Tills 1 per box -fcond
for Circular. Special written Replies, will scal
ud,sfiit with tlie Circular, wiliout charge.
Onoof tho chonpost, most inlrerstin" and Im
porUnt books published. 300 pages, 100 onerav
nus "The Moiinlrin or l.tplit, or Jie.nca' rio
teclor Bnd Marriage (!nid,and an Expliiit Koy to
Uvo and Iieauly.,' It 8ATISFACTOL1LY
reveals various subjects never before fullfex
pl.iincl in any popular work In nhe F.iiKlish
laiiiitaso. l'rice 5o cents and one 3eontstamp,
or three for 1 and three 3 cent stamps. Fully
described In Circular, which every young mar
should have, whether siok or well.
Medicine and instructions sent promptly to any
part of tho conn try. Conn'Hing Ro o f the
Dosponsary. No 167 Sycamo.-e street. P. O
Ilox, No 4il.
DU. JACKSON' ORIENTAL UNI MEAT
l!o moves all coldness, aul roiavinates organ
which have lain dormcni for many yoara. It
willcuroany case of impotency,crate and in
creato the passions for sny reasonable time
Can bemailod with perfoct safely. Price 2pe
bottlo.
DR.JACKSON'8 FRENCH PATENT MALE
SAFE.
It is perfectly safe and never fails to giro satis
faction. It is the only sure and safe preventa
tive against contracting disewso ever invented.
Price $1 each, 4 per half dozen, and $7 pej
Jozon,sent by mail.
Old and young should use
STERLING'S
FOB
The Hair.
It prevents or stops the Hair
from falling; Cleanses, Beautifies,
Preserves, and renders it Soft and
Glossy, and the Head freo from
Dandruff.
It is the best Hair Dressing and
Preservative in the world.
Sterling's Ambrosia
Manufacturing Comp'y,
sole proprietors,
NEW YORK,
A. S. BROWN. T. P. BROWN
BROWN BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IK
GHQCERIES'AND LIQUOR?.
No. S Pig Iron Corner)
Portsmouth, Ohio:
FOBBIanks of all
kinds call at
J ho Democrat Office,
IXIVf SKI IIS FOR 1865-0.
J The Great Invention of the Age In
09? SKIRTS
J. W. KRADLKY'S Now Patent DUPLEX
ELLIPTIC (or doublo) SPKINU bKlUT
TH IS INVENTION consists of DUPLEX (or
two) Elliptic Sieel Sprlnjs, iojouioiwlv Iiraid-
eit 1 igh'ly arid Urnily tjn;her edjn toeJe,
ivnkiog llio tonilicsi. ni-.st Uesiblo lii-ilc unci
Durable Sprinz ever lined. 'J'liey miIJuiii licnd
or Eie.ik HI;o the Binlo Sprium, and conse
quently ri-esorva tlieii Pur lee ( an.) R'antiful
ISi::pe Iiveo as Luiir? asa-iy Sin'lo prin
Skin llial Ever Has or Can bo mai'o.
The wosutnrui. ri.Evniir.iTv and (i .-ert Com
roitaud plciisiireo any Lady wci'rin the
Duplex r.llipiuhki't wiM bo expel ioneed pnrl i
enlarly In all Crowded As.-ciiiblie, Oioms
Carriage", Railroad Cars' CIhm.1i Pews, Ann
! Ch iiin, for Promenada and tlouso Dies, s lie
sKIrt eaurbe loldoil. TYlien in use. to oceunv
smalt place us easily and eouvunienllv as a Silk
' or fuusini ures.
1 A lady bavin enjoyed tho plea..nro. tom!o t
- tui V.-UU vaiiiuiieu ui wc-Ll' I iif 1113 imp It X
' tll'plic hleel Spring bklrl" for a single clav
will novcr alinrwauls willmsrli disneiiso wiili
their use. tor Children, Hisses, nnd Vou'ii;
Lii.lios, thoy aro superior to all othors,
THE Hoot's are covered with 2 plv double
tu-ieti d thread and will wear twice as long a
tho Single yiirn oovering whieli is used on all
Singlo Steel Hoop Skirt. The throe bottom rods
on averv Skirt are also Double Sloel, and twice
or doublo covered to provent tho covering from
wearing oil' tho rods wbf-n dragging down s airs
stone tleps, te., winch they arc constantly sub
ject to when in no.
All are made or the new and o'e-rant Cordct
Tapes, are the Rest Unalitv in cvorv iian
giving to the wearer tho most'graccfiil and var-
icci suape po sirjie. nnd aro Unqnesti'innbly the
iigiuesu mosi ue"ira'io, oomioriii'o an, I econo
mical bkirt evarmado.
WESTS' BKADLKY & CARV. PUOIM!IF
TORS or the Invention, and SOLE if AN Ilk' AC
TURERS, 97 Chambers, and V) and 81 Reade
Street flew York.
FIR SALE in all First Clns Rtn In tl,i
eity and throughout tho Lulled States, jn I
Camillas, Havana da Cuba, Mexico, Suuili
ft.mei ica, ana the West Indies
INQUIRX TOR Till D CPLKX LLII'TI(j ( Or donln
npniNo esinr.
August 24, 16i!5 Jmo
AO
SADDLE &
HARNES S
MANUFACTORY.
AMBROSE & TI.KIIU,
McArthur, Ohio.
f'EEPS constantly on hand and niamifacturs
XV to order, ever; variety and atyle of
LADIES AND GENTS SADDLES
hieh for workmsnshin and stock will comnara
with any similor work in Southern Ohio.
AlibU. Harness single and double S'ts,
from the plainest lo the finest mounted. Also
every variety of R ding Bridles and Halters.
aii or wnicn will be sold at the lowest oush flj
nres. Call ind examine stock; oa hands,
Hay IS ISoS. 9, mo.
GEORGE NIXON'S ESTATE.
-rnimni i. :...- , ...u
11 aenber has been appointed nd quoli-'d.vowea
tied as Administrator on tha Estate
Qeoriia Nixon, late of Vinton County, Ohio,
deceased- J . U; B w V.
Auo-ust 17. lS65-3t ....
MUSIC.
THE PliTRA (ID
h now rrp'ilsrly organized, bnd prepared
to furnish the best ol music, for a'lorcis
ions. The music is of the Intest nd l-.-i
style equal to any that can be furuisliei'
by any fluid in ihe'SmO. Anv rwrmn' nr
parti's desiring the services of this Haild
will address
"itluiKUIITItimi II I Wit.'
McArthur, Vinton Co.,0.
August 3d 1(4(15, Imo
DIVORCE NOTICE.
The Slate vf Ohio, Vintou Cvui.ty. OK'o.
Lydu A. Kearny, Pl'tf,
a'uinst
V
ivorce.
James W. Kearny, Dcft J
IIIE said James W. Kcv.iy, Lilo i.f P rr
colilltv, "hio, ilufeiutaiit, hof ph:.-1
residence ia unknown to pluintitf. is U'.lilU.
hat said Lvi'.ia A. Kearny did, on tbf 2"'h
luiy.lSi'.j file hjr potitinn for Divoro in rl.
rtlieo ot tlie lcrK ol ll ut
roiinnon Pleas, within and for tl.o waid oitii.n
f Vin'on, cliargin, anion other th'il". t.
aid James W. Ream, wil h adullerv whmc
Matilda Stevens, and gross neglect ol'd.i'v; m
iskmgrhat she mav bedlvorperl from tni sin
lainos W. Remny, and have the custody
lohnW.anl Mary Ann Kearny, children r-
lefuiidant. &i.l winch ncition will be l
hearing at tho next Term of sai ' Court.
L U! A A. 1CK..I Jl ,
Ft Rbatton ,t Mavo, her A'.t'ys.
July 8T. lii",-rtt
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI!
MARRIETA AND CINCINNATI! RAILROAD.
53 tm .SZ?&-z&-
CWand al'ier Moiidav. OitohorSI 14
N'and al'ier Monday, OitohorSI
uutill further uouvio, trmus wid run IjI
ows:
MAIL COIN'Q EAST.
Loavc-s Cincinnati at 7:4" A. M.: Lcavo I.cvc
ind, ntS:0i A, A. arrives at Cliil iicot, e a'
J:2'J P.M.; Leaves Ohiliicol'ne at lliirvl P. M
leaves liain lnn JuiielViu at 2:' ' P. M.; leave
dcArthnr. at S:-A P. M.j leaves Znleski. at J-Mt
P. M . , leaves Alliens nl 4:13 P. M. Arrive
it Maricila at 11:55 P. M.; urrives at Purkor
inirg at 7:UO P. M.
M All, uUJ.Mi W tvr.
Loaves rarUcr'urg. ut7:l') A. M. loavt: M..r
ttaat7:4S A.W.: leaves aumih at l r:n a
M.: leaves Zaloski, 11:45 A. M.: l.uvesMoAr
-.bur, 12:18 P. M.; HainJun .un,tiMii at 2
A.M. Arrives at OhilMcoUm at 1 :l I' .M
Leaves ('billicolbo at 2:H P.M.: loaves l"ve
land at f:5t P. M.: arrives at (Jineiuna.li m
701 P.M.
Zaloski Freight carving rasong)-, ps-sc
McArthur going Eist ut t.oO A. il ; goiu.
West a', 2:31 P. M.
Tb Accommodation Train Twelves Chiilicoth.
at i.'ZO K. M.; arrives at CiiicimiaUi at 1H:j5 A
M.j leaves Conelnnati at 3:C0 P. li.; urrivesa'
i?t illiootlin nt 6:50 P. M.
Comections are made at Luvelund wil
I'rian to auJ from Coluiiiuus; i "d ai ll.uiidei
Junction with train, to nn-' fr"m P. r -ir. u(
JOHN DC It AN I), Hu. 't.
MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI!
RAILROAD.
i'Oll'i'SMUUiU liiANJU
ON and after Thursday, February 5. I-K4
regular Pusscnger Trains Vill run in cun
ncctioti with the Trains on niui'i line botwoot.
I'orlsinoittli and ( inciiiliaii. as lol.ows :
leaves I'orlMiio irli at b.S . M., arrives i
Pioneer, at J:S.iA.M.; arrives at Portland a
10:0i A.M., arrive, in Jackson ut lo:57n. M..
arrives at llaindeii at 11:0 A .M.; arives at Cin
eini.ati at j .'i'i P.M.;
Leaves Cineiiinali at 3:30 A..V ; leaves Mam
den at 3:0 P.M.; arrives a I .t'cksm ul T::i4 P
M.; airives at Pordnnd ut 4 :il P.M ; nmvosa
Pioneer at 4:50 P.M.; urmes at 1'orUiuoiuli a
i:ll P.M.
Accommodation Train departs from I'crts
mouth at 2:.) P.M.; sirivosut Pioneer si 4:)
and deiiarts at 4 :5o; arrives r I n '':- n at : 4
and llamdcn. hi 7:!'.0. Depnris ti:4n .M ; nr
r'.vcs'at Jackson at 7:3"; arr'nes al Pioneer a
'J:3.r; und arrive s nt P .rtsuo'iitl at 1 1 :4 i
Through Ticknta to Cincinnati can bo ohtan
od at Purt-nioutli, Purthind. aud Jueknoii,u
tho following rules:
''ortsiiwnth to Cincinnu'.l, 4 o.i
Portland " do t !"'
Jacktoa " do 4,o0
SIlLUIFr'S ALL:.
State of Ohio, Xinton Cnunhi,
3. Martindill Pl'lf. 1 In Ccrf Common
against
Benjamin Dill, a
John bill,
Pleas
a
Delts. J O'l V U I J i
Jl'RUAST to tl.o c iniiiun l of Vend! In 'ho
tihovo can mi to ma directed from tlie C"ni
of Coiiimoa Pleas ol niton county, Ohio.
I wiil oiler fur sain at uhl'c atu lion ut the Kuun
dcrv of Jlciii.oiiin Did, in r'uind.n. Clinton
T'own-liip. Viuloa couiiiy, Ohio. on
JloitU 'ij 2S, dnj of AugubL 1S(5
At ibo hour of One o'clock P. M of a'd .!..
and sate v) continue from (!.:' to u:iil h!
r! Iio Tollowiiig personal pnpcr.y o w't. Klc ui
Plows; One lot of old Seri; L oh i .leiiu..- uijci.
ono and a hall' Tons, two la S ale .; J-ic ce
of Mounting tools cnis'ih of llri'l-.. J i ci
Ac. Olio (iiiud Sione; Oiw iotel'od.t Si,i
Plates, Crates Cain Mill .Ve. Cue -vt -n' La, I
tools Wheels Ac. Parts of 'wo . Illack si. i.l
toois. con-istiug of tw j vmils, Tongs io. Pa',
of a nit of Tinners tools; One l.r in. h " v. :il
Saw; Six cir.kiiig Siovo ui turns, .wi f..r,.o
and four lor wood; Three cannon 8 .vo ii utem
'Vwo inonky SJovo paltoirs: mi assorted lulo
hollow iv:ir naitCMs, tor I . .t --. S il ci-, K it (lu
ifeo V.'it Plow pal torns. of iliil'uicnt ,lz. -Two
(iiutn patterns; Three (raiu l atlC'n' wi
front-; One woialen t'aiu I t ' I p.lluir; Une.sci
Mill Iron pallorn with follow loail,r'i.isks e
fur it 1 1 above mentioned patterns; Ode sot o
small w'icol p.iilerns for Ruiu-y'Siid co.il ban-
lincvs; (hie set of Cube'ow and M'.nhloif to.il-
cuisisiiiig ofpokors. shovels fce. Ono l'ek
Two buioliod and nitiuty moio i.r Ioj-h Plow
l.eame: r onrlcon nnn.tica more or ic rm
Runts: Twontv-Soven Plow handles; Ono Ij
of Lumber about ono linu lrel Icot; Fivadooi
and window tramos; Ouocou il r Scales; Om
small lot of wire and tin; One Seroen; Kobr Ak
gers;(ns hand Saw," Ono Saw Cummer One
hand ricllows; uuo tot wrougn iron scraps
Ono Bar of Iron, one Wheel-Barrow, and u
variety lot of Flasks. Patterns &o., nsnaly bo
longing to a Foundry and one, oaa borso Dj
K.v.
Taken as the property or Ben.iamln Dill to
sati'-fya judgmeii in fi.vorof J. Marliadill.
Teumi ov f-ALE Cash In hand.
JOHN J. 81IOCKEY,
Rherltf Vinton Con ity, 0.
Constal.lo & Shlvnl, At.'ys fur Pl'lf.
August 3, 13S5-3W
DIVORCE NOTICE.
from the said Adam Mitch ill, which
mtltion will stand tor hearing at the st term
I
Stale cf Ohio Vinton County.
Sarah Jane Mitchell TUH'. ) In Conrt of
againat Common Pleas
Adm Mitchell Deft. J Divoree.
Adam Milvhell Is notified that Sarah Jane
Mitchell did, on the Slh day of August ISC.',.
file her petition In tho otiice of tha Clerkof
ai d Court, cnarginff mo saia Auam Mitoneii.
if said Court, bar AH JANE MITCHELL,
court, pakam jAKJSMiicitr.ia.,
GOOD NEWS Al LAST!
T4 BcTrr-f.lllnK SB. BAPITAEL Is IU hat IU
succeed when .11 utlMn hat. tilled.
ALL VJUO AKB IN TROUBLE,
All wbo luvtt two nnfurtunatt, til b fud befwi
ha Iwn Ui;Kitntfl, crnxhH, and blutrd, ail h
tuT Lon twIuctMl by Uo rouiU t and dcrli, avll h
tkv bn MwreivM and trultnl wllb, all (o to hla M
iOrtc and to got 4wtijfction.
H tnakrti jor oiUrurtuoM paw away, h aukc 0
iluu'lcr and envy of ytir f m-iiiit full tmnuU, and h
auitalm junr cbaractcr and rtiM.titUlity la iit of H
report! and rumor. All who arv In doubt of tiw affwv
(!.. cf tb'e tb-y uv cotudlt htm to rolloxa and aattafy
thfrr mltrU, aud to flu J oat if tLeii biighi and warn
bepna vill I rwiIfuiL
IU LOVE AFTAIR3 113 NEVER
TAILS.
n hu Ih. ferret of wlr.nlng th aSKtloM of It
oppovitu Mil, It. gtilJei th. .iugl. lo wealthy and
happy marrlnx(,t and make th. married bappy. Hit
alii and advir. baa Imo ml Idled lu tuauauuabU la
ttaacua, and tha mult baa alwaya beun
A SFEEODT & HAFP7 MARBIAGB.
To maa. thlDgl luora ture, h. Kill .how joi 111 llks
Deaa of
TOUR FUTURE HUSBAND OR WIFE
Hh will tell yen their clrcuumtancoi and tlielr fiitui
jinwiwfUi and whal 1 U-lter tliau all, lie fan tell ji
Ihelr Ih'iiiirltl and what tla lr "rwil" inti nUona an.
What b Ixtler Hill, bo cau lei I yuu If Ibej Will uailf yeS.
happy.
jir. Rnpbart in, therrf. r", a nir. depandunca.
Toall iu biiliif lila advice in lutiliuble. lis can tire.
tell, Willi tint rrinit cerlHinty, ll n-aull of all com.
ni-rrlal :tiid bualni-M liuuiAciiiani and ciiluilija. In.
B iphael hiterpr. la drcsuia f..r lottery nuuilxr wllb oa
biliag na-unt.y.
LOTTEIIT NURTCERS
given wllhont any extra charge
MORE OOOD NEWS ! 2 1
Dr. KAPIIAKIi rust your Ih.n"i or rlu.
rear nativity, livery man, llii..r.(Ji III Irnirtli aud
brrndth "f the laud, lm lias ld link, and aho run
not H on hi the vorld, uuii!d Is) lu .aluli uS bk)
lluroscojie, and Ir. liapliaid'a
Written Of inion of his Futora Proa
pects in Lifo.
It will gold, titia to menllh, eminence, nnd honor.
TlasmaiidH of t.id men, who aerv unfortunate and on
ancceoiifiil in tln ir lnnlnin un a who imrkcd hard, aDd
who atrui:ii1ed ailn-n adversity and mlsfortuna tbs
Itreater pai l of their lives, and who found the uiora tby
tried to p-l forwuid in tlie World the more thing w.nl
airulost them: Tlieie men cot r. Kapliael'i wrltlaa
opiulon upon their future pri ri-u in life. All tho
who widely followed Vr. ltephmd'a advice are Bow
RICU, UAPrT, AND SUCCESSFUL
in all llmlr undi rtakinss; while those shower lllndol
by prejudice and Ij-uoruuee, neKleclud lila ttdvUe ar itllf
kthoi ing agaluit adveri-ky and poverty.
Bo asaun-d
WEALTH, EXIGENCE, AND GOOD
LUCE
are within the rearh of all. If you alsh to b rich ant
Sappy yoii will coumilt him 1m.
GOOD NEWS for the AFFLICTED.
lie baa th gift, and can tell th afflicted tha eana ol
thePx diseaao and aaSerin. Uu can uUo tell wbetbel
they cnu be rured or uut, thua aavlng tb alUletfsl both
trouble and nxiH-line.
t'ooaallatioua daily, Fundayt excepted. OlDot boun
from 10 A. M. to 6. P. 11.
All Interview, are strictly private and confidential.
Therefore we any, go cue I go all I and cooiull
DR. RAPHAEL,
Tho Astrologer af tha 19th Century,
NO. 221 EAST MADISON STREET,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
miT Person.ll Inlcrvisws granted to Gentlemen only.
All business Willi
LAEIES
lo be doao by latter.
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SIONITII "ODVOIHO
'aOLLSO-XSOJ 'ZLZ9 "OM SOU
i ao(oj una n swppv
aj ntqiwiimuoo n paeopo io
wo nottra uW oi oanS q nt Ja H 'lHnP
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Saw iwittBtuiMisuiao,n , mu'44
COSTA R"S RAT EXTERMINATOR ia
sim.i'e, sjfe, and sure, the most perfei t
Rat-i tiriation meeting we hare ever' attend
eif. F.ery Rat that can get it, propi
prepared eccordinRto directioiiSj will e-iy
it. and every one that eets It will die. eeu
-rally at some placo as far as possible from
where the medicine was token. -.Lass &kvrt
Mic Mirror.
bee "Costa&V adverli:omerit lu thif,
paper.
Sold in McArlhur Vinton',CcOhio.
By Dr, A. CON DEE, and til Diuggisla
aud Deltr8.
June 16th lSf5,- 8mo.
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