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UZ BEST Ot THE MONTHLIES-
The Lady's Friend devoted to Fashion anl
Literature. Beautiful rteel engravings. Dou
ble size tolored fashion plater. The latest
pet'eraa of Dreies, Cloaks, Bonnets, Embroid
ery, &o. - Hcutcbold receipts, muidc, &a.
'Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machli.es given as
premiums. Send IS cts for a samplo copy to
Dttci & riTioy. 319 Walnnt st I'hila.
nHE coNtr.sioAs and cxpihi-
X (NO OF AH INVALID.
Published as a benefit and n a caution to
toixo msn and others, who suffer from nervous
debility, premature decay of Manhood, &o.,
supplying tU tho tamo time Tub meavs cw m.r
ecn. By one who haa cored liirace! f after un
durgotng considerable quuckory. By enclosing
post-paid addrewed cr.veb po, (ingle copies
free of charge, may be had ol the author.
NATHANIEL U AYFAlfi, Esq., Brooklyn,
Kings co., Mew York. febl-ly
t3TThe Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Ogano,
forty different styles, adapted to sacred and
secular nuwie.'fur ISO to UU0 each. Fifty one
Gold aud Silvor Medals, or othur first premiums
a-varded tbem. Mustruted catal ogues free. Ad
dreksv MASON & IJAJ1LIN, Boston or M A3uN
BROTHEliS, New York. sepU ly
Errors of Vouili.
A Gentleman who tufltrcd for years from
Nervous Debility, Pruriktuio Decay, and all
the effects of youthful indiscretion, vill, for
sake of suffering l.unmnity,ter.d free to all who
need it, the recti t't and directions for making
tbeaiiuplo remedy by which ho was cured.
Insurers wisliii g to j rifit by the advertiser's
eiptiionce, can do so bv address ng
JOHN B. OCiDEN,
jell-lv. No, 13 Chambers St., N. Y.
The adverliar, having been restored to health
In a few weeks by a very simple remedy, a Her
havingsuffurod fur several years with a severe
long affection, and that dread disease, Cod
sumption is ucxlous to mako known to his
follow-fufferoin the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will sand a copy of
me prorciipuon useu, ireo oi cnargo, with the
directions f r preparing and uing tho ru:ne,
which they will find a auro cure for Coiibump
tion. Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds, and
all Throat ui d Lung Affections. The only ob
ject of the udvertisar in send ng the Prescrip
tion Is to bem lit the afflicted and spread infor
mation which ho conceives to be invaluable,
and he hopcr every nill'erer will try his remedy,
as it will cost thcui nothing and may prove a
Parties wishing tho .Proscription, free, by
roturn mail, will pic a so address,
Rev. EUWAKD A. WILSON,
William iburgh, Kings Co., N. Y.
January 11, lS06-ly.
Strange but True.
Every young lady and gnntlcmnn in tho
Unitd blatascan hear something vuri much
it their advantage by return inuil, froa of
vjsrge, by nUilr ssing lie undersigned. Those
having any fears of being humbug cd will
oblige by not noticing this card. All othors
will pleuse addroiH their obedient sorvnnt.
TIIOS. K. CHAPMAN,
jell-ly. 831 Broadway, N. V.
Do yon want Whisker or .Moustacho! Our
UrnoiaujCompound will force them to grow on
he smoothest face or chin, or hnir on buld heads
in 8ix Wocks. frice 1,00. Sent by mail any
where, closely scaled, nn rocelp of price.
Address W AKFEB & CO., Btx 133, Brooklyn
New York. fcblO-ly
A CARD TO INVALIDS,
A Clergyman while rnsiding in South Amcr
ca as a missionary . diacovorod a safe and sim
ple remedy for tho Cure cf Nervous Weakness
JCarly Decay, jjiscneos orllio Urinary and
Seminal Organs, and tho wholo train ofdlsnrd
dors brought on by baneful and vicious habit.
Great scmbuishuvo been already cured by this
noble remedy, Promjted by a desire to ben
fit (ho iflllcteJ and unfortunate, I will sono
tho recipo f.ir preparing and using this nudl
c'ne.in a scaled cnvelopo,to any one who uccdrf
it, Fher or Ciiaiiok.
Please loclnso a poBVpald oevelope, addross
ed to yourself.
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
Ktation 1). Bible House.
. Mrs. Hth 19CJ-iyr. . Now York
To wll pricn Orlilleiites for
OOLD AND SILVKIt WATCHES,
Ladies Jewelry, Diamond Rings, Pins, &c.
Only $5,00 Each,
For any article drawn, Retail price from
$10 to S2M.
All Goods "Warranted Outline.
Trice of Certificates 23 Cents eaeli. Lib
eral Premiums and Commission
allowed to Agents.
SiMPi.it Certificatks Skekt Eree.
For Circulars and Terms address,
Messrs. IIAYWAltD & CO.,
221) Broadway, New York
Dr. TALBOTT'S PILLS
Composed of highly concentroled extrarcO
from roots and herbs of the highest medical
value, ' infallible in the cure of all deceases
of the Liver or any derangement of t!ie Di
gestive Organs, They remove all Impuri
ties of the Blood, and era uneqtialed in the
aire of Diarrhas, Jjundice, Dyspepsia, Scro
fula, Biliousness, Liver C mplant, Fevers,
Headache, Piles, Meuuiial Deseases, Here
ditary Humors. Dos? for adults, one pill in
theniori.ing children half a pill, From one
to three pills will cure ordinary cases, and
from one to three boxes w-ll cure r-ny curea
ble cose of no matter how long standing:
Price Jl 00 per box, Trade supplied or sent
' V-MOTTTALBOTTM.D. Co
une Ut 18651y 63 Fulion St N Y
A Cough, Cold, or Soro Throat,
KaqUIBES IMMEDIATE ATTFKTION, AND
, SHOULD BE CHECKED..' If ALLOWED
Irritation of tub LrMos, a Perma
nent Tiiboat Affectiok,ob an In
, cueablb Lcno Disease.
IS OTTEH THE BESOLT.
BYOVVN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHEES
HAVING J DIRECT INFLUENCE TO THE rtUT9,
. ' 01VI IMMEDIATE RELIEF.
Fob HBONOHins, Asthma, Uatarao;,
CONSCMPTIVS AND TbBOAT Dl6EA8E8,
TROCHEES 1 ARE USED WITH ALWAYS OOOD
8inoer8 and Poblio Speakers
will find Thohees useful In clearing (he
Voice when taken before singing or speak
ing, and relieving the throat after an unu
1 exertion :of the vocal organs. The
Trochees are recommended and prescribed
by Physioiaris,;and have bad testimonials
from eminent men througout the country.
Being ad.article of true . merit, and having
proved their efficacy by a test of many
yean, each year finds ihem in new locali
ties in various parts of the world, and thn
.Trochees, are universally pronounced better
thin other articles. t ...
Obtain only "Brown's ' Bronchial Trr
chees,"and do not take any of the Worth
less Imitations that may be offered. '
Sold everywhere in the United States,
and in Foreign Countries, at 35 cents per
Oflicial Organ of Viutou County.
tW Adterti$ctnent$ to aj pear on '1 hurt
day morning, must It handtti in not later
than Tuesday evening.
Religious Services in McArthur.
M, 1'. Cui'Bcii.-Fitaohing 8libnb at half
pa t teu o'clock. A. M.. aud half-paat tix
o'clock, P. M. Babbath School, 2 P. M.
Preputtrbian CnrRcn..-Fcrvlceaat 11 o'cl'k
a. m.. and t o'clcck r. u. Subbath Bchcol at 9
o'clock a. u.,eeiy Subbath.
Christian Ciiiiiicii. Sorvlcca at 11 o'clock a.
it , every Sabbath.
100 DOLLARS BOUNTY.
I wish to say to all Veterans
that lean noto get yon each a
One Hundred-Dollar Bond for
your credits as Veterans to your
respective Townships. Attend
to this at once.
E. A. BRATTON,
April 26, 1866.
Foil Legal Advertisements see
Thanks To Hon. II. S. Bundy,
M. C, for public documents received.
Pianos. Any of our ladies wish
ing to buy or rent pianos, and let tho rent
pay for them, can obtain the same at inanti
fai'turers tiriees, by calling on me, when I
will explain prices ami terms.
MRS. RUTH C. BRATTON.
Notice. A. & E. Wolf have re
moved their fine horse, Revenge, and their
well-known SpanUh Jack, to their fatm one
half a mile west of McWihur, 0. The
highest price will be paid for colts. Call
A. & E. WOLF.
Lost. About ten days ago a
Medium sized brass key for a door, any
peraou returning the above key to this Of
fice will receive a juiublo renard.
Arrival. Dr. Joseph Dinlap,
Dentist, linn itist arrived In town and taken
rooms at the Kaler House, where he will be
pleased to have his friends and customers
give 1 1 i lit a call.
Tiiirtkex Marriage Licenses ttcre issued
from the Probate Judge's ofllcc of this
county for the month ending April 30th.
The prisoners, Wm. Mills and
lIuoiiES, arrested on the charge of robbing
the Treasury of this county, arrived here
on Monday fast, and thelrtriahvill eome off
to-day before Esquire Case. .
The Chillicothe Advertiser, that
veteran and able Democratic journal, eaino
to hand this week, considerably enlarged
and improved in appearance. We are
pleased to note this evidence of prosperitv
on the part of our worthy cotemporarv ; ft
epeakswell for the Democracy of OldiSoss.
who, unlike the Democracy of this county,
are determined to foster and keep up their
party organ. A well-sustained press is one
of the unrest cIciulmus of success in any
By a recent census the popula
tion of Indianapolis, within the corporate
limits, appears to be 36,000, with suburban
Tiir father of the rebel General
Wheeler waa.buried at Augusta, Georgia,
not lung since-
It is estimated, says tho Chicago
Times, that one thousand persons were
killed or wi uncled by the late tornado ill
Pope and Johnson counties, in Illinois. .
Parson Brownlow, in a late
speece in Knoxville, said that President
Johnson could carry no State North of lien
tuck, and he wished the President could
carry that State to hell. He's a pretty
specimen a f humanity, ain't he?
Governor Jenkins ot Georgia
calls on the capitalists of that Stute to fur
nish him with money (or any length of
time they may prefer, at Eeven percent, in
terest, for the purpose of relieving the peo
ple made destitute by the war.
By the simple method of mould
ing cimmon bricks, with dovetail grooves,
in various wavs, by means of which they
can be more firmly cemented together, a
decided improvement in the construction of
brick walls appears to have been secured at
little or no additional cost.
I repeat I am for the Union. I
am for preserving all the States I am for
a (milling into thecounse'e cf the nation
alt their Representatives who aie unmistak
ably and unquestionably loyal. A man
who ackno'vledges allegiance to the Gov
ernment and 6wears to support tha Consti
tution must neeessarily be loyal. A man
can not tt-ke that oath in good faith unless
The Home Courier says there has
seldom been better p.-ospects for wheat and
corn crops in upper Georgia than the pres
ent, at this time of the year. The wheat
has sometimes been more forward, but rare
ly has there been a better stand , or it been
more thrifty. Last reek was favorable for
planting corn, and the time was well imJ
proved by the planters. Nearly all of the
best lands in this section of the State have
been well prepared, and will be under culti
vation this year. The oat crop has been
materially injured the fruit crop promises
It is rumored that the President
will soon release Jefferson Davis on parole,
if he does not pardon him.
Dead Ducks. That infamous old
traitor, Thad. Stevens introduced into the
House ol Representatives a resolution or
dering a wnolesile subscription to (he Wash
ington Chronicle, Forney's paper, to be
paid for out of the United States Treasury.
Wonder how long the people of the country
will submit to such legislation and squan
dering,. of the public money, for partisan
purposes', while the people groan tinder the
burdens of taxation?
To Staix Wood to Resemble Ma-
hogar v. Take one gallon of water, eight
ounces of madder, four ounces of fustic
Uoil and brush on while hot, and before it
dries strrak it with black to vary the grain.
This imitates Honduras mahogany.
To imitate Spanish mahogany, take eight
ounces' of madder, one ounce of fustic, two
ounces of logwood, snd one gallon ol wa
ter. Hoi I brush on hot. and when dry
bruali on it a solution of pearl-ash, one
drachm in a pint of water.
A lino woolen factory is to be es
tablished in Otoe county, near Nebraska
city. The excellent water power in Wal
nut creek has been selected as the site fur
the establishment. The farmers of the
southef u portion of Nel'ratka will thus be
mpplied with a manufactory of woolen
cloths and yarn at their own doors-
Hear what the Pittsburgh Ga
zette says in 'he conclusion of an a-ticle
on President Johnson's list Veto .Message;
"This, then, is our conclusion, that in
this mrssnga the President has separated
himself inevocably from the Republican
party, recanted all the principles aud feel
ings he ever held in common with it. and
taken his place in the ranks of the rebels
Coffee. The Brazil and Ceylon
crops for 18G3 havo largely exceeded those
of the two previous years, while cultivation
is extending rapidly in India and oilier parts
of the world. Unless, some serious acci
dent should befall the cops of any oi the
great producing countries, there seems to be
every prospetf ol the world's supply prov
ing adequate to the world's wants, but there
can be no doubt that the restoration of
peme in America has materially improved
the value nf coffee, and that its prospects
are much more favorable than they were at
'.his time last year.
Cuors in Alabama. The Cham-
bcr (Alabama) Tr bune of the 14th, says
the crops in (hat portion of iilabmni are in
a most prosperous condition. The wheat
is unustmlly fine for the season, and most of
the coin planted is up'iud fluurishhig, and
the farmers are sowing in their cotton, of
which an immense amount is being plant
ed. Altogether, the present prospect for a
rich yield this year, both of cereals and the
great staples, are cheering indeed. Tl'e
hear of little or no complaint of freed men.
and think tlio great majority of them are
disposed to do right. In fact we hear less
complaint from employers in this section
than any other wo know of.' The prime
reason of this is, no doubt, the fact that our
community is free iom the demoralizing
influences of the military and the fteed
men's bureau in our immediate presence,
for where these evils exist negroes will not
do as well as otherwise.
Bouties to Soldiers of 1861 and
Passed March 2, 1S66, by unanimous con
s'ut of the House of Representatives in
Reso ved, That the Committee on Mili
tary Affairs be instructed to inquire into the
propriety of providing by law that soldiers
who enlisted in 1361 and 1862, and served
more, than one year, and were discharged in
consequent e of disease contracted in the
service, shall receive the Government boun
ty to which they would have been entitled
had they served two years.
All soldiers so discharged should immedi
ately send their discharges lor collection
of said bounty to me, end I will get (heir
money for them as soon 03 the same can be
obtained by any other person.
E. A. BRATTON.
Military Claim Agent, McArthur, Ohio.
A List of Letters.
REMAIXIXfJ in the Post. Office atMc
Arthur, Ohio, May 1, 1SU0.
Allen W. Moore James n.
Black T.T. McCarty W.
Creamer Wm. Maynard C. G.
Kills A. Newton W. W.
Freeman & McAdams,Xlekerson James
(iallegherllugli Sheppanl V.
Hebron J. E. West P. C.
J. M. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
Advertise in the RECORD.
McArthur Produce Market.
McArthur Produce Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY D. WILL & BRO'S.
McARTHUR, O., April 19 1866.
Apples, (driei,)-t3 00 Ueswx $ 25
Butter 2Sa30 Beans '- 8 00
Chhkcni 2.1 Cheese 25
Coffee SOdBS Fish 15
White Hah 12tf Mackerel 1K
Cod Fish l'-'K Feathers ,.50a60
Flour 11 00 Leather 50
Lard 30 Molasses 1
Onions 1 00 Peaches, (dried) 6 00
Pork ,..15a20 Bice 15
Sugar 10a2O Sals 8 85
Starch 15 Timothy 8 60
Flax 1 50 Tallow 12
Whisky 3 00 .
CINCINNATI, April 30.
Coffkk. We quote common Rio at 27a
23c, prime do. at 2fi!Kllc ; choice do. at 31c.
common Java at 42c, and prime do at 45c
Eocs Market dull anil closed at 25c
per dozen for fresh, in good shipping or
der. Flour We quote Superflno nt $7 00a
7 50, new wheat extra at S7 75a9 00. old
w heat extra at S8 75a9 25, Family at $9 25
alO J5, and Fanev at $10 50all 50. Eye
flour 4 75 perbbl, Buckwheat flour $ (ioa
4 25 per 100 lbs, aaid $3 OOalO 00 mr bbl,
the latter for Eastern. Corn meal Is active
at$l 60 per 100 lbs.
Grain We quote prime old Red wheat
at $1 80al 90. New Red $1 80 for prime
and $t OOal CO for inferior. Some lots of
old n hite are ottered at $2 30a$2 SO. The
demand for Corn is still active, and prices
remain firm for ear at 53a55c per bushel.
Shelled 55a50c for mixed, and 75c Including
sacks. Oats in fair demand at 37c, and 39c
for choice. Rye in little demand, at 75c for
prime, A few sales of prime fall barley
reported at $1 15al 20;
Sugar We quote raw at 13al(lc; yellow
refined, 46a47c ; white soft refined, 16al8c ;
hatd refined, 19a20c.
McArthur Grain Market.
Wheat, old Red i 00 New fcd....3 00
Old Whit.. 2 10 New White- i 10
Shelled Cora 55 Corn, Ear it
Oats 50 Kje 80
Barley 60 liny 8 00
NEW YORK PRICES CURRENT.
FITZGERALD & TRACY.
Produce & Commission Merchants
28 South William St., N. Y.
Sal 09 made lor cash, and prompt returns
assured. Liberal advances made on Con
signments. All Goods fully insured on ar
rival. Mark Goods distinctly and orward
invoices. We quote for the week ending
April 10th, 186(1.
flour O. R. H, S per bbl 8 15a 8 CO
O. E. T. Brands . " 8 W)a 1 3 00
RYE flour " 4 25a5 50
corn heal 3 COa 4 25
wheat Chicago spring .prbu 1 COa 2 40
bye 00a 85
cohx mixed western ... " 77a 79
yeUfc w western. .. " 73a 81
oats western " C5a 57
barley " 80a 1 25
bkeds clover pr lb 8a 12
flax prbu 2 50a 2 70
timothy " 4 00a 4 50
beans medium and pea . " 1 20a 1 50
hay pr u't (10a 70
butter 0. com to good, .pr lb 32a 38
pork mess prbl 25 25a20 00
prime " 21 50a22 00
potatoes Dycknian " 3 00a 3 50
Mercer " 3 00a 3 25
Peach blows. " 2 50a 2 87
Pr Albert. ..." 2 25a 2 50
beef Mess " 15 OOalO 00
Extra Mess 20 00u24 00
cut meats Shoulders. .. pr lb 11a 12
Hams 10a 18
BACON-Roilgh Sides " 23a 14
Bellies " 14a 15
Middles " 14a 17
LARD-In Bbls & Tierces " Ida 18
In Kgs& Tubs. .. u 10a 21
T ALLOW " 1U 12
beeswax " 39a 41
GI.N8ENCI " 70a 90
tobacco Seed Leaf " 5a 25
Fuits-Mink each 1 25a 0 00
Marten " 1 f')a 0 00
Muskrat " 20a 40
maple suuar Iii blocks per lb 18a 20
Small cOkes " 22a 25
.Sale of Ri al Estate by
Order or Probate Court.
State of Ohio, Vinton Co.
IN PROBATE COURT.
George W. Whe'sone ndininiaru'or 1
of tho Ertata of William WhoU I Petition to
done deceased. Plaintiff, sell land.
Snmnol Whetstone c al Dcfond't, J
PURSUANT to nn order of sale made in
the above case on the day of March,
18IJ0. granted by the said Probate Court,
within and tor the said county of Vinton,
I wilt oiler for sale, as such administrator
as aforesaid, to the highest bidder, at pub
lic auction, on '
Saturday, May 5th, -1866.
at one o'clock in the afternoon, on the prem
ises, in Vinton Township, the following
described real estate as the property of
wiinam w ncrsTone, ueeeasea, situateu in
the county of Vinton and state of Ohio, to
wlt: Beginning at the south side of Ste
phen C. Eakln's Mill-yard, running east
two chains and flty-oue links to a stone cor
ner; thence south four 'chains to a stone
comer; thence west two chains and forty
links to John Calvin's line in the creek;
thence up the creek to the place of begin
ning, supposed to be one acre more or less,
witli an incumbrance of lease made bv de
cedent to Joshua Wood, for the period of
one year, executed August 1st 180 and ex
pires August 1st, lHtitJ, apparised at six
hundred dollars (9000.) Said land to be
sold on terms as follows: One third cash
in hand ; one third in six months, and the
remaining one third in twelve months,
with interest from the day ol sale. De
ferred payments to be secured by mortgage
on the premises.
GEORGE W. WHETSTONE.
Adm'r. of the estate of William Whet
April (5, 18G0. w5.-pf-15C0.
McArthur High School.
THE Directors feel confident In reccom
'mendiiig this School (o all who desire
thorough training in the essentials of Edu
cation. The spring term has just begun
with largely increased attendance. Room
for a few non-resident pupils. Terms rea
sonable. "The best Normal School is a school with
a lite teacher." Applicants address.
ml5w4-ll. W. W ATKINS, Supt.
MARY J. MITCH EL and all others interest
ed, are hereby notified tha! the transcript
ai.d copies of the echodulet of debts owing by
and all. property, rights and ci edits owned by
Joseph K. W. Cox and all other copies required
by la to be returned to the Court of Common
Pleas, In the msiter of the raid Joseph K. W.
Cox's application for the benefits of the act
for the relief of insolvent debtors, will be by me
returned to the Clerk of the Court ot Common
Plea for Vinton county on Saturday, the tth
day nf May, a. d. 1866, and the same will be for
hearing tl the May term of aid Court A, D.,
1868. SAMUEL C CASE,
ipril 17, 1SS6- Cor.;. Insolvents V.C.
Manhood; how Lost, how Restored
JUST published, a new edition of
Dr. Culverwoll's Cclobrated Es
say on the radical cure (without
medicine) of Sperm atorrhoea, or
aciuiual Weakness, Involuntury Seminel Losses
Impotcntcy, Mental Jund Physical Incapacity,
impediments to marriage, etc.; also, CoiiBump
tion, Eftilopsy, and Fits, inducod by self-indul
genes or'sectual extravagance.
l-fr Price in a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated anchor in this admirable essay
clearly demonstrates, from a thirty years suc
cessful practice, thai (he alrrming consequences
of aelf-tbuM may be radically cured without
the dangerous use of internal medicine or the
application of the knife pointing out a mode
of cure atoncesinipla, cortin,and effectual, by
means of which every aufforer, no matter what
his condition may be, may care himself cheaply
privately and radically.
I-fif" This lectjre should be in the hands of
very youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, post paid, on receipt of six cants, or
two post stamps. Address the publishers, -
CHA8. J. C. KLINE CO., 127 Bowery, N.
Y., Post Office box 4,f86
JOB rRINTIHG executed with reatntss,
and dispatch at the Kioobd oflio, But
ton's Building, one door east of Court Lhuss
FASHIONABLE MJLLIKFRY I
. S. o. in
RECEIVING and OPENING
THE SPRING- OF 1866,
VEHT LOWEST HATES
She Will Positively Sell
CALL AND SEE
Nearly opposite Dr. 'Wolf's on Main Street.
TO THE LADIES!
MRS. E. B. PUG II,
One door east of the M. E. Church,
IS now receivings splondid stock of SPRING
MILLINERY, consisting in part of
BONNETS, DATS. RIBBONS,
FLOWERS. PLUMES. LA
CES. NETo, BELTS,
DBESS TRIMMING, .
Bonnets Made to Order.
Repairing 'neatly snd promptly executed.
tU" Country prodnco received in exchange
fonoods. Prompt Payment Dasired.
Marco 14, 1S6U m.
k. 1 J
DR. a. CONDEE snd Drs. Condee snd Is
minger, have left their note and book ac
count with ns for collection with orders to col
lect forthwith. All who are indebted will tare
costs by calling and payhfr op tlie name,
April 12lh -Jir.
STATE OE OHIO, VINTON CO; '
Iareal better, Plaintiff. I III Cbnrt ofCoM
i I Pleas.
William II Black, Defendant) On Vend 1 Ke. 3.
PURSUANT to the commend eft vendl order
of aale in the ahove cause to me direct
ed from the Coort of Common Plete, f . the
aforeaaid county of Vinton,! will offer at pob
lio aale, at the door of the court bona, in tbe '
town of MoArlhnr, in sfjreaald county af
Monday, May 21st, 1866,
At the hour of one o'clock p m, of tall day
tlio following premises tituated in tbe tounty
of V Intun and Hiate of Ohio end boanded and
lienor i bod ui follows (o-wit :
Tbe northwest quarter "f section Bomber
thirty-four (4,) in townahlp number ten (10,)
of range number flrfeen (iJ), also, the west
half of the nonheat quarter of auction num
ber thirty four (34), in townahlp nn.nber tea
MO), of range number fifteen, conuinlng two
nun.lied aud forty acrea.
Taken ait the propertv of William H. Blaok
to aatUfy a judgment of a foresaid eonrt la'sTor
of Ureal CheMer.
Appiaiacdaa follow, to wit; At Three thou
sand dollars, and mutt brine, two-thirds of tint
Terms of sale, cah in hand.
JOHN i . B1IOCKEV,
Sheriff V O 0
Inreal CheMwr in perMn.
April 19, l:06-6wl7pfl30O
WOODFORD ! !
THIS Celebrated Thorough
Bred Race Horse is nearly It . hands
hisb. chestnut, well rautcelod and sha
ped, -was brought to thiseounty la-(season, and
proven nimteir a race noree, by Ins own suooete
contending against good Blroded Iloraes. net
locoirga race in thia countr, u his peJlgree
will aliow. The following letter which was re
ceived from Mr. K. Altcbison Alexander, of
Woodford county, Ky., who rained thia Colt
WooDroBO.and aold b'm into Ohio, la unqoei
tlonable prool beyoud dit-pute of the redisree
of Woodford i
trsiNO Statios, Woodford Co., Ky.J
January 15th, 1868. (
Ma. WiRKiif Loose Dka Sib : Vonre of
t5vh December, arrived during my absence
from h(me of several weeks duration; I now,
on my return, hastes to answer : Below I send
pedigree as desired of chestnut oolt :
CA!ft Horse Bred by James Long, of
Washington D C foaled 1&42; by old Boston
'son of Tlmoleon) best son of Sir Archy.
lam t'lirtilla.jr (d of Cawandra) by 6 A ruby
a Old Flirtilla, by Sir Archy '
i by Imp Robin Red Broait, (son of lr Peter
8 d the dam of Leeds.
flash, Fop, byStaflg:
9 dam by old Partner;
10 dant by Greyhound,
11 dam by Makeleaa:
13 dam by Brimmer:
IS dam by Plaoe's White Terk;
14 dam by Dodsworlb.
1 dam Lay ton Barb Mare.
I dam fanny Hill, imp by Uona'ch; .'
3 dam Allogrcntu by imp Yonng 'irufHe;
8 dam thautomia by Phantom;
dam by Walton;
5 dam Allegrai ti by Pegassus: .,
dam Orange Sqneeier by Highflyer;
7 dam Mop (Squeezer by Matchem;
8 dam Lady by Sir CTnrner'e Sweepetake:
dam Syphon'e dam by Patriot;
10 dam by Crab:
II dam by Bay Bolton;
13 dam by Curwin'sold Spot;
,rt . by White legged iowther
Isdain Vintner mare Brb:
The above Colt was sold at my sale In June,
1SS3, to Sam'l Alexander, Groen county, Ohio.
Roxpoojfully, R. A. ALEXANDER.
Woodford at Columbus, July 1865
2d duy Pnrio $250, mile heats, best 2 In :
R" A. Alexander's oh o Woodford;
Gen. Moore's b s Hero;
II. Waller's a m Kate Boston, hy Lexington dam
Anna Stephens bv Im. Trustee.
Woodford was the favorite, winning (he 1st
and 3d heats, and has distinuinhed himself at
several racea.-lWilko's Spirit of the Timei.
What may bo Bald ot him he has never yet
had a fair chance to show what he could do.
He nover had the proper handling and was
run invariably out oi condition beloj in hands
ntacquulnted with race horses. What was
done, was but tbe result of hia uncultivated
speed and his great endurance, he being a close
descendant of old Boston and Sir Archy. No
better blood evor run in the veins of a Hone I
Woodford was purchased and brought to this
eonnly lor the purpose of improving the stock,
and wiil eland the early pan of the coming tea.
eon for a limited number of good maree at the
very low price qf $25 lor tbe insurance. Maree
from a distance will receive good attention aad
be kept at reasonable rates, on pasture or any
kind of feed the owners may direct.
It WARREN LOCKE.
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13 to $100 per month to sell the Cele
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From the subscriber oc the 14th dey of Mareh.
ISO J . ono Bay mare about eleven years old with
a white stripe on her face, any person giving
information of or returning her to me at Ham
don Furnace, Vinton Ctnnty, will be liberally
1 by imp Obfcuiity, (son of O'Kelly's EcIIdm;)
i d old Slnmerkin, by imp Wildair;
8 d DeLancy'a imp Cub mare by Cub,
T d Amaranthua' dam bv Second:
BENJAMIN DILL, Guardian of Rebecca C.
Yager, has filed his accounts snd vonchere
in the Probate Court of Vinton county. Ohio,
for inspection snd final esttlement, and that
thoy will bj for hearing in raid Court on Satur
day, the 14th day of April, 18fiS. Dated Mareh
22d,186 RICHARD CRAIG,
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at tins otneet
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Wheeler & Wilson's celebrated $55 Sewing
Machines on the followinglterms:
Twenty eoples and the sewing machine: $T0
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Pbtbmow, 319 Walnnt
BEWALIN ralor of the es
tate of J aooo Hawk, Sd. deceased, haa filed
his acoorintsand vouchers in the Probate Court
of Vinton oonnty, Ohio, for Inspection and final
settlement, and that they will be for Bearing
in said Cbnrt. on Saturday the 14 tb day
April, A. D. 18li6." Dated McArthur, March 13.'
1366. BIBHARD CRA1W,
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