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ITUcetion Dujr.TuenJiiy, Oct. .S.IviS.
Ftr Secretunt of fitntr.
' . of he!by Ccnnly.
For Sii'M:e Judge,
of UumlUon Count)-,
Fur Jcmfctr Board of rullic )f.t,
of Athland Count;.
Platform Adopted at the Democratic
State Convention, Held at
Columbus on the 24th day of
May, 1866.
, i.iResolttd, That the Democracy of Ohio
will dlierc In tho prweiit mid Ln the future
ms in the n$t. with unfaltering thlWity nnd
firmness to the organization of the -Ivmo-crutle
party, and to its ancient .laiidwrli
nettled principles as enunciated by Thomas
Jefferson, tlio great Apostle of American
Democracy, nnd us -Acknowledged nnd ac
cepted by, tlc party from tho foundation of
the Government ; and especially of equal
taxation, and of representation of all Mutes
enbject to taxation.
' 2 Resolved, That tlic ono pi-cat question
of the day L the immediate and unconditional
tenoration of all the States In the exercise f
tll their rights teiihin the Federal Union un
der the Constitution; and that wo will cor
dially and actively support Andrew John
con, as President of the United States, in
all necessary nnd proper means to cam out
liia policy us directed to that end; anil es
pecially In securing innnodiatc representa
tion iu the Senate and House of Represen
tatives, to the eleven State from which it
Is now unconstitutionally and arbitrarily
withheld, unless on the degrading condition
of inferiority In the. Union, nnd of negro
political and civil equality enforced by the
Federal Government.
3. Resolved, Th at for the purposes above
set forth, we will cordially co-operate in
public meetings, conventions and at tho
polls, with all men, without reference to
past party positions, who honestly and bv
their acts and votes, as well as by their pro
fessions, support the President in his policy
of restoration as now declared.
Tnc Democratic Executive Committee
of Vinton County, In pursuance of a reso
lution adopted ntfhe lastDemoeratic Coun
ty Convention of tills county, held at Mc
Arthur, on the 21st day of August, 18C5,
'That the candidates al the next annual
County Convention be nominated by a
delegate Convention,"
' Do hereby call a Delrgate (Vunty Con
vention, to be held at the Court House, in
JIcArthur, on
Monday, July 30th, JSG6,
at One o'clock T. 31., for the purpose of sei
lecting candidates for the following county
offices, to be voted for on the second Tues
day of October-next, to wit-:
One Auditor ;
One Treasurer ;
One Clerk;
' One Probate Judy?;
' One SJicritf ;
' One Coroner, and
' -One County Commissioner.,
'The" Democracy of the several Town
ships will therefore meet at the several
places of holding elections therein, on
Saturday, .July 28th, 1WG,
between the hours of two and fire P. SI,
and elect delegates to said Convention.
The rate of representation Is one dele
Rate for every 25 votes cast for Gen. Q. W.
Norgan, for Governor, nt the last October
election, and one delegate for each traction
over twelve votes. . .
The following is the number of Delegates
to which tho several Townships are res
pectively entitled, via
Eagle 3
Elk ;..
Brown..'.... .-. 4
Swan ,...v......... 3
Jackson. .'. 4
Richland 8
IVilkesville 4
Knox 2
.The Convention will also appoint Dele
gates to. the Congressional and Judicial
conventions, unless iiirtner notice is given.
' By order of the Committee.
D. B. SHIVEL, Sec'y.
Gold closed on Tuesday, in New
at 15.'.
- A terrible tornado passed over Buffalo,
on Monday, doing much damage.
' . Secretary Stantoti is reported to be seri
ously indisposed.
Professor Agassiz has completed his ex
plorations oi tne vaney or tnc Amazon.
Tha .cholera has entirely disappeared
froin'Xew York harbor.
Lave been six fatal cases of cholera
at Elizabeth, New Jersey. .
6 There Is a sad and sickening state of af
ftlra ivL Missouri under Uadical tyranny
agd.ru lc. r- -. ' ...
A iwn. named Short murdered Ins w ife
io, Chicago, - on Sunday last, while In a fit
of dciiriiitA tremm. '
.r. - - ,
' Governor ' Swan, of Maryland, Is out for
President Johnson, and the event creates
sonwrtlr In Baltimore.- 7 ' ' " '
Senator Lane, 0 Kansas I confined 1n
SI, Lonl by ?cvre illncs.
A Serious disturbance occurred in Char
leston, South Carolina, on- Saturday last,
between the whites and blacks.
It Is charged that Mr. Blood, Republican
City Auditor.lu HL Louis, and a prominent
Radical, has three wives. -
Two New York murderers, Bernard
Frlery and Frank Ferris, are to be hanged
in that city on. the 17th of August.
The wheat crop harvest has begun in
Missouri. The prosiH-ct is not very good.
In Southern llliiutluujhe . contrary , it hi
very good.
It l. thought that Gen. Jim Iiane.-of Kan
sas, will not be able to take his scat again
lit the Senate this scssiou. He is threaicu
ed with paralysis.
Xine prisoners attempted to escape from
RhickWcil's Island. New York, on Friday
evening. Due was wounded by the guard,
another was drowned, and tim e returned.
A man, supposed to be the murder of the
Stpiibbs family; has been arrested iu Lan
caster, Peiin. His uiisuvss, .vlio was
i-might with him, made a statement of the
whole affair.
They are moving In the Canadian- Parlia
ment i'nr the imlciuiiitlctitUm of the Cov
erument by the-United States for its ex
penses incurred iu the Fenian raid.
James Stevens, tho Fenian head center.
! in a speech at Jones' M oods Xew York, on
t be Sid Inst, preda ted Unit ere Ioig there
would be a revolt In Ireland.
The Radical Circult Court In St. Ixuiis
lias decided the test-oath constitutional
ine fcuprcme lourt oi.tno lulled States
has decided it unconstitutional.
Forged cheeks, bearing signatures so
well executed as to lniKise upou the sharp
est businessmen of Puikersburg,' haw-appeared
in that town lately.
There i.s no doubt. that Major-Qec.Uic
Confederate military commandant atSaiis
bury prison, tried for cruelty to our pris
oners, will be acquitted by the Military
In the BritL-h Parliament, Mr. Gladstone,
one of the Knglish Ministers, expressed the
belief that tin sympathies of the. English
people were with Austria in the German
quarrel, and witli.IUiy, as pgaiust Austria,
in tlic-Italian.
In occordawc with 'the reqm-st of the
Ainerlur ii -.Minister iu Great Britain, all but
t' o of the American citizens arrested iu
Ireland, on account af Fenlai.Lsin, have
been set at liberty.
It in said that Secretary Seward will ask
for the release, of the Fenian prisoners iu
Canada shortly, aud it is believed tin; re
quest will h.i corr-pHed vU!l.
The National BankofBowdolnvllle, Me.
has been robbed of li7,U00. The robbers
gagged the cashier's family, and took the
cashier back to the bank, locked him iu the
vault, and made their escape with the plun
der. The Democratic leaders -In Ohio were in
session at Columbus Tuesday to arrange
the .programme fur the campaign In Ohio
this fall. Tuesday evening a mass conven
tion was huld in' front of the State-house,
at which speeches were made to an Im
mense audience by Messrs. Jewett, Vallan
dighain and Morgan. All predict the suc
cess of the Democracy in Ohio this fall.
The Tammany Society Iu New York has
Issued an invitation to prominent Demo
crats of the country, containing the plat-
lorin oi iammany mm on tnc great issues
of the da)-, and asking them to participate
iivceklmiting the coming 4th of July. It
tets forth that the exclusion of eleven
States from participation iu Congress, la
not less treasonable morally, when effected
by partisan votes, than when attempted by
rebellious resort to arms and Invites to co
operation those who believe thatthe Union
was stated to be perpetual; that States are
equal under the Constitution j that roxtoru.
tion of the Union by the recent war ought
to be acknowledged and recognized uy all
departments of the Federal Government;
that a spirit ot iratemtty anil magnanimity
should prevail in nil our counsels and poli
tics, and that the South havlnir accepted
lessons of war and relinquished the heresies
of secession, should be entitled to represen
What Do They Wish?
The country is ringing, says the
New York Journal of Commerce,
with the disputes of politicians in
Washington. "What do they wish ?
Taking Mr. Stevens, of Tennsyl
vania, as the exponent of the par
ty .'he leads, what is it that he
wishes? The Union? Not at all,
lie can have that any day. It is
only to say the word and the last
memory of the war will vanish in
tho atmosphere of peace and per
fect union. What then? Tower?
Nothing else. The simple solution
of all anxious caucusing of the
radical party is found in their de
sire to preserve power in their own
hands. The evidence is in their
acts. What is their present emo
tion? what the present subject of
their hiost earnest deliberations?
How to prevent the President from
making appointments , to office of
men not belonging to the radical
party. ' What subject occupies
nine-tenths of the time of tho ma
jority in Congress? ' What is the
burdeii oi the amendments to the
Constitution which they propose?
Nothing but the preservation of
1 power in their own hands, and the
preventing of opposition votes,
either now or in the next Presi
dential election. What a blessed
calm the people wouldvhave if
these factionists were only remov
ed from power !
A Club as is a Club. On tho 2d
instant tho Conservative citizens
of one of the townships of Cooper
conntyfissouri, to the number of
two hundred, met and organized .a
club, which they styled the "Big
Lick Johnson Club.". The St. Lou
is Republican sayB. that' .a very
good name. - They should keep on
putting their lids into Radicalism
until .the November ;election;' and
then give it such a bio lick that it
won't know what hurt it.
What France Would Have Favored
in the Conference.
The Austrian Embassador
Recalled from Berlin.
Arrival of Girabaldi at
In the Corps Legislatif a letter
letter was read irom the Kniperor
Napoleon, containing the following
important declarations: Had the
Conference assembled, myGovcrn
ment would have declared tint
France-repudiated all ideas of ter
ritorial aggrandizement as long as
the European equilibrium remain
ed undisturbed. France could on
ly think of an extension of her
frontiers in the event of the map
of Europe being altered to the
profit of a great power, and the
bordering provinces expressing, by
a formal and free vote, their desire
for annexation. In the absence of
these circumstances, tho French
Government prefers to any territo
rial acquisition, a good understand
ing with its neighbors, resulting
from its respect ior their independ
ence and nationality. We should
have desired for the Germanic; Con
federation a position more worthy
of its importance; for Prussia, bet
ter geographical boundaries, and
for Austria, the maintenance of
her great position in Europe, after
the cession ot Yenetia to Italy in
.exchange for territorial compensa
tion. The Conterence having fail
ed, will France be led to draw the
sword? '
The French Government thinks
not; whatever may berths result of
the war which may break out, no
question affecting us will be re
solved without the assent of
France. : France, therefore, will
pontinue to observe an attentive
neutrality, confident in her -right,
and calm in her strength.
The inadvis'ability of a debate
upon the affairs of Germany and
Italy was then declared by a .vote
of 202 against 84. The Emperor's
letter created a grea't sensation.
A Berlin dispatch df tho 18th
says the Austrian Embassador has
been recalled, and the interests of
Austrian subjects in Prussia will
be confided to the care of the
Dutch Minister. ' '
Girabaldi arrived at Como on the
12th, and was enthusiastically re
ceived by the authorities, the peo
ple, the army and the volunteers.
The Russian Government has or
dered the 'Warsaw and "Cracow
Railway in readiness for tho con
veyance ot 100,000 troops. ; :
Omar Pacha 13 to command the
Turkish troops to occupy the Prin
cipalities, 7,000 of which will be
loaned the Porte by the Viceroy ot
Egypt. - . . '
The Roumain army will be rais
ed to 150,000, to repel the Turkish
invasion of the Principalities.
The Austrian Government,deem
ing it best not to contest the occu
pation of Holstein by the .'Prussi
ans, withdrew the whole of the
Austrian army.
On the 11th Prussia dispersed
the Estates of Holstein which had
met at Itaehoe, and established a
new common government for
Schleswig and Holstein, and prom
ised to convoke -the common Es
tates of the two Duchies. '
On the 12th the whole of Hol
stein was in the hands of the Prus
sians. " . ' ! v .
In tho sitting of the Federal Di
et, June 11, Austria moved for the
mobilization for the whole of the
Federal army, with the exception
of the Prussian contingent. This
motion -was not announced before
hand to the. Prussian representa
tive, and Prussia has declared in a
note to the minor States that she
would regard the' Confederacy : as
dissolved if the , Austrian1, motion
should prevail. :
Prussia has also published her
plan of reform; the chief feature oi
which is the exclusion of Austria
from the reconstructed Germany.'
Austria on the ofher hand now
nronoses the convocation xf a Na-
& a
tional Parliament, and the estab-
nsnment ot a directory to consist
of three members; ;
A Minister of Hesse-Darmstadt
had stated in the Legislature that
the Federal Diet would soon recog:
nize the Prince of Aucustehbtirff
as Duke of .Holstein. '- ". : ' v - -
Colonel Robert has Jiial.Tptirrnclta Vw
York, from Washinirtnn. and Intimalea thnt
the administration will not interfere with
tne operation or the Fenian organization
In future. Colonel Robert! nlftd dente tht
the Fenian organization M to be used, for
polilk-nl purpose.
Austria to Strike a Blow.
The Prussian Force Estimated at
The Continental Crisis in the English
Maximilian Wants Money
from France.
The latest London journals think
that Austria will now consider her
self justified in striking a blow,
and will immediately order Ilene
dek to commence the campaign.
Prior to -tho abovo proceedings,
Austria, on tho 9th, replied to Ris
mark's dispatch of June 4, denying
his statement, charging Prussia
with violating engagements, throw
ing all responsibility on Prussia,
and asserting that Austria has now
nothing to do Hut to take steps to
defend her honor and save her
rights from'being treated with contempt.-
-. ' -. ,: ''
Before quitting Altona, Gablenz
issued a proclamation, jirotesting
against tho proceedings of Prussia.
The total Prussian force is com
puted at 783,000 men, of whom
280,000 are in the field.
Efforts were continued by the
Middle States in favor of a German
In the British House of Commons
the continental crisis was also de
bated. I .
Mr. Gladstone said England had
unofficially recommended the ces
sation of Venetia, and he expressed
his opinion that in the German
quarrel the sympathy of England
was with Austria and' in the Itali
an question it-was with Italy.
It was reported that the Emperor
Maximilian had demanded an ad
vance of money from France; ' oth
erwise ho must lay down the arown
and quit Mexico. France; refused
the demand, -and ordered Marshal
Bazaine, should Maximilian leave,
to take a plebiscite to ascertain
the wishes of the people.
Financial affairs in England pro
gressed favorably; .;. Discount con
tinued at ten per cent. ,
- Arrangements had. been almost
perfected for reopening the Con
solidated Bank.
, The Union Convention which as
sembled at Columbus on the 20th
inst., put in nomination the follow
ing ticket:' ': V' 'TJr,
Smith. , ; , . . : . ,
Supreme. Judge Josiah Scott, p
Mmber.Board Public :Worksr
John M.- Bakrere. . i-w
. The above' gentlemen are- the
present incumbents of the offices
for which they are .named. An, ef
fort was made to secure the nomi
nation of a soldier for Secretary of
State, but without avail. The res
olutions are brief. They indorse
the Constitutional amendment
passed by Congress. Not oven an
implied commendation 0 the Pres
ident is given. He is ignored com
pletely, i As it is generally known
what the Constitutional amend
ment contemplates the making of
voters out of the Negroes and the
taking of , the privilege 'of , voting
from the Southern whites we shall
not grope in the
dark this ' cam-
When the proposed amendments
to the Constitution were" about tp
be voted .on in the .House of Con
gress as, they passed that .body, Mr.
Stevens in his closing speech urg
ed the .necessity of.; fJie;jXamous
third section, , which wis; ptrickeri
out by the -Senate, saying: f.;,'o ,,
- "I should be -sorry to find : that
that provision was stricken put, be;
cause before, any,, v portion .0 this
can be put, into .operation,, there
will be, if not llerod a worse, than
Herod elsewhere .to; obstruc.t ;our,
actions. -That side of the; LJouse
will be filled with yelling seces:
sionista and .hissing copperheads.
Give us the third section . orc give
us nothing.,! Do notnock us wi(h
the s pretense of an amendment
which throws the Union into .tha
hands of an enemy . before it, be
comes consolidated. : . ; 1 ; .
Gentlemen say I speak of party.
Whenever party: is necessary to
sustain the Union,, I say rally ; to
your party and save J he Union. I
do not hesitate to ay at once, that
section is, there tp save or destroy
the Union party, is there to save or
destroy, the Union by the solvation
or- destruction of the Union party."
,j The -third section ;as rejected
by the Senate. -, We suppose, there?
fore, according to Thad., the Union
party--so.. called--is ...in'., a dying
condition-r-the Senate having im
planted a terrible blow in the ' pit
01 us siauiiirn,.iuiocbius t,ne fpreain
out of it. ' " ' ':'
The New Protective Tariff.
Tns'new tariff bill has been re
ported, and 1 the work of Legisla
tion which U always the most la
borious, the. most perplexing, the
most unsatisfactory to those who
are engaged in it which never
accords enough to the greedy, and
is ever severest upon those, who
have "least strength to bear "and
power to resist is beginning at a
time when the members are jaded
and anxious to disperse, and Wash
ington is nearly uninhabitable.
That it will be hustled through in
haste, and that it will be cruier
than any of its. predecessors in
proportion as the times are more
diflicult intrinsically than those in
which they were elaborated, is a
thing which may be safely taken
for granted.
The characteristic feature of the
bill is that it is strongly protective
greatly more' so than existing
regulations ; in other words, al
though reported by the Committeo
of Ways and Means? whose peculi
ar duty it is to provide simply for
the creation of a revenue adequte
to the wants -of the Government,
the interests' of individuals and
classes have been taken into con
sideration, with ah eye not to do
justice to all alike, but to benefit a
lew at the expense ;of the remain
der. Although, in our present
condition, the absolute necessities
of the Government are such that
equal taxation would afford all the
incidental protection that any
ought to desire; and although pro
tection is, in a multitude of cases,
inimical lo revenue, still the cause
of the Government, which is pri
mary, has been thrust into a sub
ordinate position in . order to give
effect to exploded economical the
ories, or to build up the wealth of
lavored classes to tho disadvant
age of the great industrial masses
of the people.
The whig party was a very res
pectable party. It embodied a
large proportion of the culture
and conventional worth ' of -the
country, as well as its material
wealth, and so far as those. are ele
ments of durability, bid fairest of
any which' were " cotemporaneous
with it to rotain .and increase ; ltd
power and influence in the State.
It went out because its destructive
measures the outgrowth of its or
ganic principle were approved of
oy the .people. , mose , measures
were : paper .currency and protec
tive tariff. Incidentally . to .the
war, we have brought back upon
us these relics of exploded Whig
gery, iq .worse form and in greater
measure than the most radical
Whig ever contemplated. We are
turned over to the effete, and de
livered bound to the obsolete. Our
legislation has traveled back half
a century, - and that which. we
would fain consider the most pro
gressivo nation upon the globe,has
taken its place behind the most
conservative. That great. battle,
which the Democracy fought' so
bravely and won so gloriously, has
all to be fought; and won ovei
again., -This is what the Demo
cratic party, has before it, with the
recollection of, past successes, to
encourage its efforts,. and with the
assurance that, ere long, such will
be the turn of . events that an
abundance of aid will not be want
Fire in Parkersburg.
PARKiyiSBURO June 22. About
half-pas one o'clock this morning
a! fire broke out in a lager neer sa
loon, three or four doors below the
Postoifice, on Market street,: and
burned'-down the" whole row of
frame stores between Court Square
and Neil street, including the Post
office and T. D. Boreman's store.
A dry gbods store, tailor shop, beei'
saloon,! harness manufactory, large
grocery store, bakery, jewelry shopj
and a tobacco and cigar store were
destroyed. f - . If v ' '':U
- The loss, including buildings, . is
estimated at about $e.5;000,; on
Which 'there i3 insurance to the
ahiountof $40,000, possibly.'1 The
losses will foot up about as follows!
T. L Borenlan, goods and build
ing, $15,000; insured $10,000.: '
A. I; Boreman, loss $5,000; insu
rance $2,500. i - ' 1 - .t
K. S. Boreman, loss $7,000; insu
rance $1,400. ; . : . ! :
G. W. Gill, loss $1,500; : fully in
sured.'' ' : ::.'' .'-'-.i' - ''
Mrs. Collins, loss $1,600; insur
ance $1,500.'! ' ''! I'-'"' i'i'M
" Stahlman, $1,200; fully insured.
J. B.' Amiss, est. $3,000; insured.
- J. Warnor, Tinner; $2,000 -ii !
F. Erhart, $500; insured. ' .' I
. Postoffice, light all letters and
papers were saved. . L6ss $200. f
J.Troleb, Badler, 2,500.- -t"0.rWi
Seffens, $300. ' - - - ''
L'as, 16ss $1,200: 1.)
Fisher & Co'., loss $1,D00-,' Insur
cd. ':'"-
First Meeting of the Campaign.
Thr first meetina . of . tliA tm.
paigu- vraa held by.tlie. Democracy 7
in Columbus on Tuesday -evening:
last. The meeting was held in the
open air.' at tha want front Vifitha
State.House, and although a heavy?
snower 01 ram poured down , for j
some time after the hour set for
convening the meeting; tho States- -man
says it 'was as Jarga. as any
recent political meeting held on .
tne same spptp Mrf lhngnain, jQrTf
merlv of this place, onened' the1
meeting by announcing that Hon.
John J. Jewett, Hon. Clement L.
allandigham and Geo. -W Mor:-
rrnn n-ntil-l n.l.A.a 41.a
The speeches of theso gentlemen'
were eioquentlogieni and conclu
sive and listened to with interest
by the large audience , hi attond
milt-. xon 011 ine Dim. 1
[For the Record.
Correction of Base Lies.
Mr. Editor : Having, been ab-.
sent from home for some ten days, y
on professional business, and find-
ing reports started by some lying,
cowardly.-malicious and designing '
persons, in my absence thafc I Jd
gone off and did not' intend '.to re
turn, and that persons Jor w'hbrnlj
had Been doing business wptfld'.
lose by me, &c. ' I wish' to .'say to
my friends in Vinton and else where,
that these reports are without any ',
foundation, and that I hereby . au
thorize all my friends to say to tho
persons that started these , reports,
th at they are liars? r When Y c ajj
it will be in "daylight,' and upon
due notice, to, all interested parties.
I can imagine no motives for such
conduct, only that of an attempt to'
injure me in my business.
Persona of.either party can have their nams '
announced for ONE DOLLAR, fwjttbU in
: J-
.A7h. EditoB ;-rieaie anoouace lh nam'
of.SAMUELC. CASE, Eq, aia nuidble
caiididnie tpr fobste judge, subject to Hhs
deci9-ion of tne Denioc ratio County Conten
tion. Mr. Case is a gentleman every wiy
qualified for ihe position, -reliable- jOeir.o--cmt,
and will perforin the dutiei'of the"TJfr'
flee with ability and to the fatisfuction of
the people. DEMOCRATS OF ELK.
Editob, Vinton ..Rkcorp, Please bu-7
.ounce the name' (RICHARD CRAIG a
a caixtidateibefote the; Democratic Cxvity)
Conentionfor re-election ito the office of
Fiobate Jude, subject to the decision oC
the Convention, to be held on the -. 80th day
of July, 1866. - k
Mb. Editor : Please announce the name'
of HENRY REYNOLDS as euiteble can
didate for (Vinton) County Treasurer, sub
ject to the decision of Ihe Democratic Coun
ty Convention. MANY VOTERS. -
-' -! AUDITOR. '' .'
Ma EorroH Please announcerthe na'tna'
of HENRY , C MOORE as a suiub'e can-,'
didate for reflection for. County- Auditor;
subject to the decision ol the Democratic
County Convention. DEMOCRATS.
- - - -i
' . ' f SHERIFF. :
Editor Record, Please announce' t he
name ol . J. SHOCKE.Y as a ruitable can
didate for re-nomination for the office of
Sheriff of Vinton County, subject to the dc.
ciaion of the Democratic Convention.
E. A, BRA T.T ON, ,
Mc Arthur, VintOn County, lOhio'
' ; - i 1. . i
WILL attends all Wgtl bnaiMMlnlrMtod
lohiu euro in VjDton,Athom, Jok"D,
Rom, Hooking, nild adjoinlcg oounlleB. Ptrtlo
nlar attentiod g'ven to tha collection of soldier
olairas for pensionn. boantiea, arreara of pay,
ate.. afrMhrt the l 8 er Ohio, tattddi . Mor
fan raid olairni. "'"' jnne 8-tf.
McArthur, Vinton -County, Ohio,
WILL attend promptly to ill legal bniinew
entrnstrd to aim. Offica InoCourt House,
XIcArtbor, Ohio. jane, S8-tf.
,; 1 1 ; ; 1 j ' .,
Dissolution of Partnership. .
LL perions will plaua take notic frcM . th
date, that the firm of Biatton A Mtyo hai
been diasolvedb rauUial conient.., All indpbU
tH to above uamedtfrm wilVpleaaa eall odVt!.
arcuiAld mayo.
Vinton Probate ICourt.
NOTICE. Zimri Holdren, administrator of
the estaU of William Dudley, late of tbo
county of Vinton and State of Ohio, deoeased,
ban ftled iris acoonntsaod voaehers in. probate
of Vinton county, Ohio, far InepaoUoa and -pari,
tial settlement, and thatthe earn will be for
hearing in said Court on
Saturday, the ih day of July, 18CC,
at (ha hour of 10 o'clock a.m. 61 raid dart i,;r
.' . 1 : ---. EICUARD CI I IO, ;
juue!8-3w. . i .Probate Jadga.l
Dr. Monroe's French Cos-
-metiauo ! - " -
KS, &c, end rendor the skin e SOFT: yB
in Twenty-four hours time, firTenoenhi
will bny Mifllclent material to roonofaotura)
39, MeArthnr, O, and gct; tlie riCcip.;
a quart or tne preparauou uwgu w ou
ply ahy lady's toilet for one year, f
Ln,fu JritM to Dr. J. C. MONROE, Bo
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