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The Vinton Record.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Advertisements to appear on Thurs
day morning, tnvst le handed in not later
than Tuesday evening.
TEltJlS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
One year, $1 fiO
Eight months, 1 OO
Four month. CO
Payment In advance in all oasrs.
ADVERTISING TERMS.
One square, ten lines, $1 OO
Each additional insertion, 40
Cards, per year, ten line, 8 00
Notices of Executors, Administra
tors and Guardians, 2 00
Attachment notices before J.P,.. 2 OO
Local notices, per line, 10
Yearly advertlsments will b charged
$((0 per column, and at porportiomite
rates for less than a column. Payable in
advance
Religious Services in Mc Arthur.
V. E. Cuvxcn. Preaching Siihbath at half
pat tea o'clock, A. at., and balf-rast nix
'clock, P. II. Sabbath School, 2 P. .
Pbibbttkxian Chbbcii.--for vices at U o'cl'k
A. m., and 6 o'clock r. u. Sabbath School at 9
0'olock a. m ., every Sabbath.
Christian Cncaon.Sorvlcea at 11 o'olook a.
at., every Sabbath.
"The Vinton Record"
—FOR THE—
CAMPAIGN!
Wb Mill iurnish the ViNTON
RECORD for the coming cam
paign, (being four months,) until
after the fall election, for the small
mmof FIFTY CENTS ! !i
We have been to considerable
expense recently in purchasing
new type and printing materials
for the Record; therefore, it is
now incumbent upon the Democ
racy throughout the entire county
to give us their united support.
, Let every subscriber consider
himself a committee of one, es
pecially appointed, to secure at
least ONE new subscriber to the
paper, and our success will be
placed beyond a peradventure.
It is a duty you owe the cause of
Constitutional Liberty, that you
should persevere in disseminating
the true doctrines upon which our
Government was founded, and
which must preserve us a united,
happy and prosperous people.
Then, let your watchword be
Circulate the Record !
E. & A. W. BRATTON.
Publishers.
TO THE PUBLIC!
PARTICULAR NOTICE
"RECORD" OFFICE.
McARTHUR, May 31. 1866.
From and after this date, we
have determined to publish no
Legal or Otiieb Advertise
MENT8,exccpting Sheriff's sales,
unless the cash accompanies the
order. In the case of Sheriff's
Sales, the cash will be expected
when "proof of publication" is
filed. "We are compelled to adopt
this course, in order to in
sure the perpetuity of our paper.
For everything we buy pertain
ing to the paper, as well as labor
in getting it up, we have to pay
the cash down. Therefore, un
less we get the money down for
our services, we cannot hope to
keep the paper going and suc
ceed, hi business 5 . M
McARTHUR, May 31. 1866. W. E. & A. W. BRATTON.
Fob Legal Advertisements isee
fourth page.. - ;i r , t ; .
Thanks To Hon. IL S. Bundy,
M. C, for publio documents received.
Lost. About ten days ago a
Medium sized brass key for door, anr
person returning th bo.e.kev to this Of.
fie wil receive suitable reward.
' , Fire. A fire Tbroke out in the
coal bouse adjoining the residence of Hon.
A. J. Swain, at the head of Locust street)
on Tuesday morning last. Luckily, the fire
was discovered In time to prevent its spread
ing and destroying his residence. m . ..,
New Peas. Mr. Leonard Lawson
of Zaleski will accept our thanks, for a
mess of green peas, the first of the season
and raised lu this county. Who can beat
them ? .
A great deal of counterfeit money
was put In circulation iu this place on Fri
day last, (show day,; by some professional
gentlemen who are either attached to, or
accompany Lake's circus.
Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia.
This valuable preparation for the growth
anil protection of the hair, Is advertised in
our paper, and can be purchased at the
Drugstore of Mr. Strong, in this jihtco.
Get a bottle and give it it trial. on will
be pleased with iu effects.
Our j'oung friend and fellow typo,
Charles Rhodes, of Jackson, is iu town
and will call upon our citizens for their
subscriptions to a splendid work, entitled,
"The Pictorial Book of Anecdotes and In
cidents of the Rebellion." This work is
highly spoken of by the press generally
throughout the country, and cannot full to
secure a wide circulation. One thing is
certain, the publishers could not have se
cured the services of a better man to can
vass for their publications, than Mr. Rhodes.
May succss attend his efforts.
Pic-Nics and pleasure parties
seem to be all tho rage With the pleasure
loving denizens of Chlllicothc. Why cannot
the young folks of McArthur imitate
their example? There is nothing that
tends so much to elevate and reline society
as these little re-unions. Therefore, we say
let us get up a good, old fashioned plc-nic !
In the vicinily of our pleasaut little village
are to be found many charming and roman
tic retreats, suitable for the rendezvous of
such gatherings.
Do YOU TAKE YOUR COUNTY PAPER ?
This Is an all-important question, not only
to tho publishers of tho paper itself, but to
all who have an interest in the future
growth and prosperity of our towns and
institutions. But, you say, we can get a
paper from the cities containing more read
ing matter than yours, at the same cost.
True, but have you never reflected that if
you were to combine your patronage the
patronage you confer upon outside enter
prise upon your homo paper, wc would
be much better able to compete in every
respect, with our city cotemporaries ? Can
you reasonably expect us to expend twice
or thrlec our liicomo fo mako you such a
paper as you would bo pleased to have,
when you withhold from us your support?
Many of you suppose, at least, so we must
Infer from your actions,that when you have
given your name to the publisher of your
homo paper, whether it is nccompuled by
the money or not, that there your respon
sebilityends. It Is this error, as much as
anything else, that has kept the local press
of our State so far below tho standard of
journals in the cities and towns of tho West.
When you have subscribed for your home
paper, It Is your Imperative duty to see
that your neighbor does likewise. If you
would, wish to have your paper filled with
local news, send the publisher all the Items
of news transpiring in your particular lo
cality. But, say you, I have not the knack
of getting up such things. No matter, you
can give facts, and the editor will be only
too glad to dress them up in a suitable garb.
If but a few, In tho different sections of
of our county, would do this, what a vast
amount of interesting and Li?1: ctive local
Intelligence would be spread bc.on the
publio through tho columns of your home
paper I
Many Influential men, when spoken to
on the subject of supporting their home
paper, will tell you, with a long drawn
yawn, "Well, I would like to see tho paper
kept up, but really I don't get any time to
read!" Don't get time to read! Is there a
man in our county, who does not squander
away, In useless gossip, nioro then time
enough, If he would devote It to the careful
perusal of his home paper, to make him
both a wiser, better, .and, consequently,
happier man? We can safely assert that
there Is not.: Then we say, take our advice,
and subscribe for your home paper, if not
for a year, for a shorter period of time, and
read it, and If, at the end of that time, you
can candidly and truthfully tell us that you
have not realized more then the value of
the amount Invested, wo will refund the
monoy I
Would not "Bile." A man , in
Clark Co. having mado preparation for a
big dinner selected one of his llnest turkeys
to boil. Dinnertime came and with it the
turkey, but to carve it, he could not, the
fork refused to enter, and the knife refused
to cut. Fearing some fiend in human shape,
had made au attempt to poison the family,
the turkey was sent to achcmlstto examine
for the deadly poison. Iu the meantime
the servants were closely questioned, when
the truth came out that a box of "Roback's
Blood Fills ' were accidently thrown out,
and the turkey eating some of them, they
had taken all the "bile" out of him.
Attention, Soldiers!
MORE BOUNTIES!
By a late law of Congress all
Soldier who hava Dot received a bounty equal
to It. 39 per i. onth daring the time of service
In thi rmy or navy, are now entitled to that
amount. '
, I, will attend to the collection of these. elaima
for' all Who mat favor no with a call. ,
E. A. BRATTON, McArthur, O.
Do -you want to know where to
fet everything In the Drug line, at the vary
owest price? Go to the Drag Store o' O. W
Slsson, and yon will And . everything that yon
toed. He takes great care to procure pure Medi
cines that can be . relied on ana the beat
Wines, Brandies. feo , stbictlt for Medioal
purposes,':
The' attention of Physicians, particularly, is
called 'jo a large assortment of "fiend's prepar
ations, known to bathe most reliable Medici oes
manufactured in thie county, which will be
sold to Physicians at IS per cent, on the masa-
Aetori price. , -
My,24 m. '
Something New. We have
nattily examined a new anj. beautiful work,
entitled "The Piotorlal Book of Anecdotes and
Incidtntsof the Rebellion," and can say that
It is the, most ln'.ertsting book that has been
written since the warcommcnccd. It Is print
ed with new tjpe, on extra paper, and contains
over seven hundred (700) large doublo column
pages, i nd ie lllustratod with three hundred
engraving, among them one hutdred Portraits
of leading men and women, both North and
South. ' ' ' '
A glance at the contents of this work will
convince you that it U the ux.it brilliuut and
rcaduble Book which the war has called f r h
and the one especially which every soldier, so ii
man, citizen and fhtnily will deairo to possess.
Fxtru English Cloth, Green and Gold, ( Parlor
Edition) 4.50 por copy. Fino Leather, Sprin
kled Edge, (Library Edition) 5.00 per copy.
Ciiabt.es Rhode is Agont for this (Elk) tp.
for the above work and will cull on our citizens
for subscription in a abort time.
Power's Perpetual Broom. Mr.
J. M. Kkkh, the agent for this invaluable
patent, In this county, called upon us one
day this week, and exhibited to us one of.
the above brooms. It is justly celebrated
for the following reasons :
1. Liyhtness. It being not perceptibly
heavier than a common tied broom.
2. Beauty. The head of polished brass
makes the broom so attractive, that the la
dies universally say, '-What an elegant
broom.
3. .Durability. Hundreds have ti led the
strength of this broom, and after weeks of
such trial as no other broom In Ohio would
stand, it is yet as good as new.
4. Economy. After the first outlay, ten
cents will furnish you d new broom, and If
you can raise the broom-corn, even this ex
peuso is obviated.
Mr. Kerb designs selling Township
Rights, and, when not absent, on business,
can be found at the Jackson House In Ham
den. mvint3
J1
ii ml dispatch at the Kioord office. Hrat-
tou' building, one door east of Court Douse.
("p stairs.)
SOMETHING NEW AND NOVEL FOR
AGENTS. Podlars, ountiy Stores, Drug
gies, and all sookingan honoraHoand profitable
business,: Free by mail for 85 eta.; wholesale
9 per doz. tfanvassors roalizo Jtol. pir
day profit.
ABBOTT & DOWD, Manufacturers, 198
Water-st.. N- Y. May,21 4w.
Joshua Speakman's Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given that the inidorsigned
bubscriber has been appointod ancV quali
fied as Exocntnron the estate of Joihua Pp'-uk.
man, late nf Vinton county, Ohio, deceased.
Duted at McArthur, this 24th day of Muv A" U.
1808, 8-w JOSHUA 8. SPEAKM AN.
William M. McMaiius' Estate.
MOTICE is hereby given thai th mulnr
L signed has beon appointod and duly quali
fied administratrix of the estate of Win. M. Mo
ManiiK deceased, late of Vinton counly, Ohio,
May24,8-w ISABELLA MoMANUS.
"William I lab tint's Estate.
NOTICE iskere y given that the subscriber
has boon duly appointed and qualified as
administrator on tho etttate of Win. Unburn,
luto of Vinton county Ohio doceaaod. Dated
at McArthur this 24 ih dny of May A D. 1868
3w THOMAS M. BAY.
Vinton Probate Court.
NOTICE. John Waller administrator of the
K-tato of Sumuol 0. Scott, la'.e of Vinton
county. I'nio, doeeaKd, has filed Ills accounts
and vouchers in the Probata Court of Vi.iton
county Ohio, for inspection and partial settle
ment, and that the sam will be for heating in
said Court on Sut irduy the 9:h day oi June A.
D. 1304 at o'clock f.M of uid day.
RICHARD CRAIO.
Mav,24.8-w Trcbato udge.
l'robatc Court.
VTOriCE. Jet-gee Brown Guardian of the per
il son and estate of Mary M.Dixon, a minor
ana legal representative of the estate Of Joseph
Dix in, docoased, lia filed his aecornts and
vouchors in the 1'robato Court ofVinton county
Ohio, foi tnxpection and partial settlement and
that the same will bo for hearing on tho Oth
day of .'tine, A. D. 1886 , at 3 o'cloqk P. M. in
said Court. Dated May 24th A.D 1888 8w
KICHARD CfeAlO,
Probate Judge.
DR. STRICKLAND'S
PiIh Remedy
CUKE
FOR
rii.us.
HAS cured thousands of
tho worst eased of
nnA onl Rin,i;nn p:u.
It gives Immediate nliof. and effects a perma
nent ciue. Try it directly It is w rrantod to
euro. For sale by all Druggists at 50 cents per
bottle.
January 18, 1868. ly
JOB PRINTING- oxecnted with neatness and
dispatch at (he ltxconn cflice, Bratton's
Building, one do r east of Court House, (up
stairs.) CONFIDENTIAL.
GREvT combined talon tot
Europe and America are
the mon toconsult : Drs. Bon
aparte & Reynolds, ot 182
Sycamore street, Cincinnati, is the only office
in the city where a permanent cure of private
Diseases can be had withont the use of murcury
or change of diet. W guarantee to cure Oonr
kcea. Gleet, Syphilis, Impotency, Nocturnal
Emissions, or Self Abuse, Diurnal Emissions,
Female complaints, in short, every possible
form and variety of Soxual Disease. Cures
rapid, th ongh and permanent, and fees mode
rato. Come one Come all.
Great medical circular sent for two 8 cent
stamps
Frknch lAFEa A snre preventative in disease.
Piico, 1 each, or three for (2, or per dozen.
8ent by mail. 1 ' ', V 5
Dr. B.'s Invigorating Unira rat, Price. 3 00
per botle.
" Griat work ov frivatb diseases, thi guide
to health, it beneficial to" all, male and female
the old and young, should read this book. It
will enlighten , those who grope in darkness.
Price, 25o by mail, mountain of light one dollar.
N. B. To mi ladies. No Lady should be
without Mad. Lozier Female Monthly Pills
a safe and effectual remedy for all irregnlarities
and obstruction,' from whatever cause. Price
one dollar a box; extra fine five dollars. 'Cum
manicationsby mail entirely lonfidential. No
lettrrs will be answered nnfwa they contain a
remittance or a postag3 stamp. Call or address.
DRS. BONAPARTE REYNOLDS.
133 Sycamore St., bet, Fifth and Sixth, east side
Cincinnai. 0. Office boars, A. M. to 9 P. M.
P. t . Box 183.
NOTICE. Anr person, ebtbining tn sub
scribers, and. seeding irt th money, fif
ties! noLLABe,shlLreceiv,e the Vintoh Kioord
on year gratia'. ' -
Advertise In the RECORD.
1866,
THE LADY'S FRIEND
The best of the monthlies devoted to Liter
ature and Fashion. - $3.50 A year. - Wa give
Wheeler & Wilson' celebrated 55 Sewing
Machines on the following terms:
Twenty aoplei and the sewing machine C70
Thirty ,. ' t . ,; . ; ,,, ... 85
Forty " r" . .,.', 100
Send 15 cts for a sample copy to DbIoom &
rinsroN, 319 Walnut it,, Philadelphia.
E. A. BRATTON, McArthur, O. Special Notices.
, ATTENTION!
100 DOLLARS BOUNTY.
I wish to say to all Veterans
that lean now get you each a,
One Hundred-Dollar Bond for
I '..'.: t . ! ' r 1 . . .
your credits as Veterans to your
respective Townships. Attend
to this at once.
E. A. BRATTON, .
McArthur, 0.
April 26, 1866.'
Boutics to Soldiers of 1801 and
1802,
Passed March 2, 1666, by unanimous con
sult of the House of Representatives in
Congress,
Refoved, That the Committee on Mili
tary ilffrtirs be instructed to inquire into the
prupricly of providing by law that soldiers
who enlisted in 1861 And 1863, and served
more than one year, and were dincharged in
consequence of disease contracted in the
service, shall receive the Government boun
ty to w hich they would have been entitled
had they served two years.
All soldiers so discharged should immedi
ately send their discharges for collection
of said bount) to me, end I will gut their
money for thrm as soon as the 6ome can be
obtained by any other person.
E. A. BRA TTON,
Military Claim Agent, McArthur, Ohio.
5"Th Mason & ll.mlin Cabinet Ogans,
forty different styles, adapted to snored and
secular ninwic, for ISO to f 400 each. Fifty one
Gold and Silver Medals, or other first premiums
a-varded them. Illustrated catalogues free. Ad
dress, MASON & HAMLIN, Bofton or MASON
BROTHERS, New York. sepH ly
Errors of V0111I1.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all
the effects of youthful indiscretion, v. ill, for
sake of suffering humanity, wild free to all who
need it, the receipt anil directions for making
the siniplo remedy by which he was cured.
Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's
experience, caa d 0 so by address ng
JOHN B. OODEN,
jalMr. No, 13 Chambers St., N. Y.
Strung! but True.
Every young lady and gontloman in the
Uintd States can hear something very much
t) their advantage by return mail, free of
eharge, by addr'ssing the undersigned. Those
having any fears of being humbugi ed will
oblige by notnotioing this card. All others
wilt please address thoir obedient sorvant.
TUOS. K. CHAPMAN,'
jell-iy. . ' 831 Broadway, N. Y.
WHISKERS. WHISKERS
Do yon want Whiskers or Moustaches! Our
(Jrtcian'Componnd will force thorn to grow on
he smoothest faco or chin, or hair on bald heads
inSlxWeoks. Pj ice $1,00. Sent by mail any
where, closely scaled, on rocelp' of price.
Address W &F.FER & CO., Box 133, Brooklyn
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T
HE CONF.SSIOXS AND EX PHI I
IKCI OF AM INVALID.
Published as a benefit and as a caution to
todno ifKN and others, who snffer from nervous
debility, promntnro decoy of Manhood, dec,
supplying at inosameame inc means or IILF
oi rr. By one who has cured himself after un
dcrgoingconsiderublo quackery. By encloring
a post-puid addressed envolope, single copies
froe of oh rso, may be had ot the author.
NATHANIEL M AYFAIR, Esq., Brooklyn.
.iiuga bu lulu, lUUtljr
Manhood ; how Lost, how Restored
T FST published, a new edition of
tf Vr. L'ulvorwolrs Cclobrated Es
say on tho radical cure (without
medicine) of Spermatorrhoea, or
seminal Weakness, Involuntary Pommel Losses
Impotentcy, Montol Jand Physical Incapacity,
impediments to marriago, oto.; also, Consump
tion, cpnepKy, una riis, mauceu ny scu-inuul
gence or!ectual extravtganco.
Price in a sealed euvolone.onlv 6 cents.
Tho celebrated author in this admirable oseoy
oloarly dnionntrates, from a thiity years suc
cessful practice, that the alrrming conseqioncos
of self buso may be radically cured without
me aangerous nse or internal medicine or the
application of the, knife pointing out a mode
of cure atonceainiplo, cortain, and effectual, bv
means of which evory sufferer, no mattdr what
niB condition may be, may enro himself cheaply
privately and radically.
t3T This lecture should bo in tho hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal. In a nl&in nnvnlnnA. tn unv
address, post paid, on receipt of six cents, or
iwo dob; siamps. Address the publishers,
CIIA8. J. C. KLINE CO., 127 Bowery, N.
Y., Post Offlco box 4.586.
HOWARD ASOCIATION'
PHILADELPHIA PA.
riSEASES OF THE URINARY AND
JLS SEXU4L SYSTEMS new and relia
ble treatment. a!bo the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Esfav of Wainino- and Instrnrimn
Sent by mail in sealed envelopes, free of
cnarge Address. Ut. J, SKILL IN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, No.
3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. 13th 1865 lyr.
o A CARD TO INVALIDS,
A Clergyman while rasiding in 8outh Amer
ca as a missionary, discovered a safe and sim
ple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness,
Earlv TWao n,unaau tt, n.: i
j -1 , v.uuBwa v. nun viiu.l, BUU
Seminal Organs, and the whole train of disord
uoio viougni on oy oaneiui ann vicious ftablis.
Qreat ncmbeis have been already cured by this
noble remedy. Promyted by a desire to ben
fit (ho tffilcted and unfortunate, I will sens
tho reoipo fjr preparing and using this m.di
o'ne, in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs
it, Fbir or Cbaroe.
Pleaso Inclose a postpaid oovolopo, address
ed to yourself. ,
Address
JOSEPH T. INMAtf,
Station D. Bibli Honsi,
lth 1885 lyr. New York
To Consurapiives.
Tho advorlisr, having been restored to health
In a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after
having Buffered for several years with a severe
lung affection, and that dread disease, Con
sumption is anxious to make known to his
follow-sufferem tho means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of
the nrCBCflDtlOn nhftft. frnA nf Ahtrrr. vith ft,A
directions fi.r preparing and nsing the same,
whir), hflv will Anil --n Mn.A e n
tion, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, CWds.and
all Thro m) Inn. Ar;n. tu..i. .k
j cot of the advertibr in sending tho Prescrip-
nuu is Vu ueneni tne amicted anu spread infor
mation which he conceives to be invaluable,
and ha hones avarv anffArAr will trw KliNm.J
as it will cost tbeiu nothing and may prove si
Parties wishing tho Proscription, rui, by
return mail, will please address,
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON, .
-- William Anr gh, Kings Co., N. V.
January 11, HJMy.
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(Successors to Dr. C. W. Robeek,)
BOH PROPRIETORS,
N08. SO, 58, 60 St 62 East Third St,
CINCINNATI, O.
Are Sold by all Druggists ind
Dealers In Patent Medicines
EVERYWHERE.
Dl-. J. S. STRONG,
DRUGGIST,
Hulberts Cor Opposite Court-house,
McAUTIIUK, OHIO,
DBALEKIN
Drugs, Medicines,
and Cliemicals,
FINE TOIL T SOArS,
FINE HAIR & TOOTH BRUSHES
PERFUMER?,
"If ISSES 6upportorB, and Shoulder Braces,
IH Glass, Putty, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and
Dye Stuff, etc, Paten'. Medicines of every va
riety .Paper, Pencils, Tort9 Monies. Porte Fo
lios, Envelopes and a general variety oi fancy
articles.
ALSO
WATCHES,
-AND
JEWELRY.
N. D. Physiclons Prescriptions carefully
compounded and orders correctly answered.
Medioineo Warranted genuine and of the beat
quality. April 26, ".SOW
John Kee ton's Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given that tho onder
siimed has been annotated and aualiflsd aa
administrator of the estate of Johu Keeton 1st
Vinton county, O., deseasod. All persona
navini claims against me estate, win present
them for allowance, and all persons indebted
said estate, will pleaaa oome forward aid
settle immediately . Dated at UeArthu. O,,
April S,A, D. 18C0.
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JOS. DODDRIDGE it S0,
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HARDWARE
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CUTLERY,
One thor east of G. IP! SissoWt Drug Store,
McArthur, Ohio,
WILL KEEP ON HAND, AT
all times,
Iron and Nails of all kinds, ,
. Axes and Hatchets,
Chisels, Saws,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Saddlery Mounting and
Oerthing, Door Knobs,
Butts, Screws and
Door Fastenings,
Strap Jlinges, Cabinet
and Cooper Tools,
Ropes, Oil Carpet,
and all kinds of
Farming Implements.
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JloArthor, Ohio.
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Notice to Tax-Payers.
McArthuh, May 10, I860.
rTITE Books are In mv hands for the col
X lection of the last "half of the Tax of
1805.
1 will attend at my office In the Court
ITouse, at McArthur, until the 20th ot June
for the purpose of receiving Taxes.
DAVID FOREMAN, T. V. C.
rpHE BEST OF THE MONTI1LIES
Tho Lady's Filend devoted to Fashion and
Literature. Beaulifnl steal engravings. Dou
ble size colored fashion plates. Tho latest
patterns of Dresses, Cloaks, Bonnets, Embroid
ery, dec. Household ' receipts, tnnslo, -cSe.
Wheeler A Wilson's Eewing Machines given as
premiums. Send 16 cts for a sample oopy to
Dkacck & PiTiBfON, 319 Walnut st.,Phila. :
Solomon Finney's Estate. .
NOTICE. Abram Finney ndralnietrator of
the estate of Solomon Finney late of Vinton
county, Ohio, deceased, has filed Me Accounts
and vonohcrs in the Probate Court of said
county of Vinton and State ofOhio, for inspec
tion and partial settlement and that th same
will be tor hearing in said conrt on ths 18th
day of May A. D. 1868, st 11 o'clock A. 11. of
said day. May Si A. D.18.-Sw
RICH ABB CBAIfl, Pro. Judge.'
John Kennedy's Estate.
N OTICE. John B Kennedy Exocntor of tho
estate of John Kennedy, 1st of tho
county of Vinton, and State of Ohio, deceased,
hoH filed his Accounts and vouchors in the
Probate ttiurtof said county of ..yjuton,and
State of Ohio, for in-peotlon nd partial oettle
moat, and that the samo will be for henrina- in
(aid oourt on the 13th i'ar of May A.D. 1866.
11 in o ciok a. u. 01 saia aay. uatea Mo
Arthur May 8d A. D. 1366.
May 8d 1868.-8w. RICHARD ORAIQ
Probate Judge
"pUE LADY'S FRIEND
Tho best of Monthlies devoted to Fashion
and pure LKoratun) !.J0syear: Twocopiea
4: Eight (and one gratis) 116. Wheelor A
Wilson's Sewing Machines given as premiums.
Rend IS cents for a sample copy to Diaooh &
PTRS0M,319 Walnut St., Philadelphia.
Single numbers for sale by tho No ws Dealers
"Put Money in Ihy Purse."
ROAD TO WEALTH.
AAA Active and reliable agents, mala or
,UUU female, and of all ages, aro rantsd
canvass every city, own, Village, samlet
workahnn. anil fanfrir. thrnnat, Mil til AnwIaiA
world, for the sale of oar .
yaicne$,jeiceiryi buver War Nu$ical boxes
Album nntf fithm Ail
Energetie persons cf food htbita andVair bas-
lntiti tact e&n aIaut ova a rv av i av .
Vw fwj wwi m (QtJ
COQDllT. and a mnr.1i Isirmr imnnnt I V!.t.tA
setUed localities ! """'
No Canital ReanlveA t
DimnlM Al An. b inl.a tn . I. . . . a
will be sent by mall for Vaspection and if not
wrfoclT aaisfactorj Tiooharge. Send yoir ad
drew, if on aro of .n industrious t.ra of mind
sod inquest of I ir.modlata wealth. Direct to
.ataujiouw s w., importers.-
ofb8-8m aoa Broadway, B.. Y. ;
BLANKS of erery dejcrlrtlon. for sal
at this office.
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