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M'ARTIIUR, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO: THURSDAY, MAY 7,1SGS.
M.50PER YEAR, I
I U Advance. .-. ) a
s her and jrrcprwtci. f '
J. W. BOWEN, Editor,
May 1, 1868
Orwcis flocond Story R U. Dodge's Building,
AIM 11 MrecC. .
T E R IMT S .
One copy, t year, $1.50 I Onecnpv,8 mm., Jl.no
vne copv, o mos., u.,o i wiiec...y,o inns., w.-iu
Cue oopy aeut freo to got tnr-up oi Club uf Tea,
One square, 1 week SUM One square 1 mo. K.fiO
i early auvorrieemotiiKsiuo fu r column, ami
at proportionate rules ioi less spueo.
For Prbudkni or tiik L'sitkd States,
GEORGE H. PENDLETON,
Subject to Uie decision or the Democratic Na-
Democratic State Ticket.
For Secretary of BUto,
Thomas Halliard, of Logan. .
Fur .Supreme .Judye, ,. ,.
William E. I'lnoi, U' rony.
For Member Hoard Publlo Vrks,
Arthur Hushes, of Cuyuhogo.
' For School Commissioner,
Samuel J. Klrkwood, of Seneca.
. , For Clerk of Pnprcmo Court, "
' John M, Wei'ib, of Mnhonlii!?.
The Rrdicals aro' greatly
alarmed about what they cal
the "KuxLuxKIau." Some
of them are horribly frighten
cd I Their organ in Vinton
county weeps and squirms
about it ! But they will be
W'orso frightened after the
elections next October and
November, .when "they wil
hear of the defeat of the ties
troyers of a free government
the bondholders, the Grants
the Butlers', the. " Mongrels
the robbers of the hard-earn
ings of the laboring men, the
Negro Suffragettes, ; &c,
throughout tho length and
breadth of the land, and. the
decrease of the erroneous and
Errtnchn2r taxation and . no
more taxes will .be piled , on
the poor people of the coiin
try by those who aro worth
thousands and thousands, fur
supporting a reckless, wicked
and tyrannical tribe of treas
ury suckers and thieves
' Yes,' you will hear of all this
See 1 there is tho "hand-writ
ing onthe wall,'' nowl Look
there I That bondholder,
who pays no taxes, - is trcm
bling I .X ,
Tub Portsmouth Republican (Black
of course) grid othor Radical dis
union sIiooIh, nro terribly alarmod
because tho Ohio Legislature is in
session, and advises it. to adjourn
and go bou8. Wo aro in favor of
the Lesl.Uuro' "contilniing its ecs-
eiou for the express, purpose of un
covering and exposing the rotten
ness and corruption in the aoyeral
departments of the State Govern-"
inent, as thoso departments havo
been controlled . for eoveral yenrs
past by a tribe of Ifingry thioves,
robbers, plunders, office seekers, ic,
who care nbthing about tho poor
people, who work from sunriso till
unset to pay the' taxes levied by
tho dishonest tribe abovo. mention
ed. "Lot tho Legislature remain in
session until , tho .very . last putra
geous law passed by. this, tribo of
tyrants is repealod -then the peo
pie will rejoice and breathe easier.
Tuc FniAoii. An eioliange speaking
of the National finauoes, and the question
of currency . and bonds, aeys that if the
Radical party succeeds in ita revolutlonaj
rjr designs, the Constitution and the Na
tional bonds will "go down in the dust
together, and neither. vitl bi worth (he paper
tn vhich they ere printed. Is not this the
financial question In ft nutshell 7 , '.
Cuorp We find the following In the
Columbus Criiit. At Dr. Trevltt, the
editor of the Critu, Is one of the best and
most experienced physlaians In the Sta.tr
we suppose this recipe wonld not hate
been Inserted In his excellent jaarna)
without his approral : , .1
C3D-As this Is the leasnn'. of the
year in hioh this infantile disease is
most prevalent, we publish the following
recipe, f-om the Paris Medical Qattltt:
Mix one teaipoouful of sulphur in a glass
of water, and giro a teaspobnful ot the
mixture every hour. The disease is cured
in two days, the only symptom remaining
being a oough arising from the loost
pieces of false membrane in the trachea-"
, Thk latest piece of radical villainy
is the taxing 6f poor women, em
ployed in th departments at JUtsh
ington,. oae, douar' each to erect a
monument to the memory jof the
"late lamented."? : .v ir: -T-
Exactly So. Gen. Butler' says
he "should despiso tho ten com
mandments if they tnnght hira to
forgive-Andy Johnson." Of oourse
be would bate tpe ten command
ments anyhow, for one of them Bays
"thou shalC not steal,"
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'"liil i '( i.li , 11- ,1
Taxes Then, and Taxes Now.
There was a timo, but a few years
aiuco, when the Deinocra s were in
power. . Tho people's taxes . were,
fjow. Indeed, nobody looked ahead
with' forebodings to tho approach
q , tho tax collector. Kot : so
now. Tho Radicals- are in power
to-day, . and .there is not money
enough in the country -not green
backs enough in circulation-topay
tlio people's taxos. ... The following
brief paragrnpb," from the Illinois
Htato Register, contains a whole
Volume of truth, in a very few
words :" ' ' '"' "
j "As these are tax-paying times, let
the tax-paver: to see the - dilfgrenee be
tween Radiaal rule. and the good old day.
of Deraocraoy, get out one of liis old.tax
iroeipts, made during the days of Demo
cratic Supremacy, snl compare its size,
tlx items on it, and tho total amount with,
ilie one be gel -from the oolleolor t,h i a
year for taxes ef -1 837. Kote carefully
i be difference, and then deoiile whether or
not the Radical or Vemvorft'io1 party Is
the bt for ths peopl jtax yaycrs.'.' i
" Yes, , genllemen-irrtax-paycrs-i-!
hunt up your old tax receipts, given
to you when Democrats were' in
lower,, and ' eompiire them ."with
yoilr! tax rci-cipts of last year and
this year. Theory is one thing and
practico is another. If you would
rcduco ' theory , to practice.;' turn td
your old , tax. receipts' aud see for
j-oursclves tho difl'erenco between
tho theory and. tho practico of a
cheap and cxponsivo governmdnt.
If you- find that' you paid more
taxes or higher taxes when tho
Democrats wore in power than you
do now, then,1 when you come to
.vpte, by nil means vote the Grant-
Hadical ticket. JJut it you hnu that
von pay ten times the. taxes under
Radical rule than you did-un'dor
Democratio rule, then, 'to protec
-ourselvea n!?ainst..futare increase
o' taxation, : vote . the Democratic,
tiiuket. Look to tho record 'exam
ine tho witnesses and then decide
us becomos men and freemen who
would promote their own and -best
interests or ail llieir loilow citizens
Quincy (Ill.) Herald.
The Irish and Negroes.
! Mr. Hickman, a Radical member
Of the Pennsylvania Legislature,
umdo tho infamous assertion that
"au intelligent negro is superior to
an ifi-norinit Irish Catholic, and
should have tho preference to voto.'
This "assertion' was made April 2d
in a debate on tho regiptration law
bill, nnqther device gotten up to rob
the Democrats of Pennsylvania of
their franchises, ;. The bill was pass
ed under the provious question.
The Irish and Negroes. A Nation of Insolvent Debtors.
'That .tho Radical rulo is driving
trio people to- bnnlmipey and rcpin
diation.'till oWrvnn't tneirmut!t seb"
All ovor tlio couutry, thoso spftuk-
cra and those papers .that advocate
the reii'udiatioti.or tho piibliq.dt'bt
nro hailed as theKutio;vs liberators
and bocomo tho moat popular.. It is
a ;sorry spectacle, and no man; not
lofit to every sonso ot Honor, Dut
must shudder at the idea that this
people aro to become nation" of
insolvent debtors. ; Yet tho yholo
scope of Radical . legislation is -tend
ins to national and individual banic
ruptcy,. and, tho blind RudicuU ex
claim "hurrah bovs." Butler.Ditif'-
ham, Stevens, Sumner and the
10I0 crew seem to glory in the
ruin they are bringm"' on the peo
pie, and the disgraco they arc bring
f.L .L. -if-- !-.. -1 i!
ng ou ino uauori: iyr ai iimo, -
Lot . the ..'Radical mad-men rip-
LH tho boildholdttrs rup with them'.
Soldiers, Fall Fall In!
get up tho war and it
profitable to thcimselves, the Radi
cal t ule'rs1 (wba wero formerly' ser
vants only) 'promised the soldiers
both , money . and . laud bounties
Rill No. 915,'ndw before Concrress,
oniy nnows mom land scrip Dy way
of equalizing bounties'.' The money
ouuiiLics uiu rupuumtt'u- ,
AVhat can tho soldiqrs- do?',' "Why
nothing to defeat the bill : but they
can do a great deal to defeat those
wlio ; thus repudiate the nation's
promises of eqnal money bounties.
To pay equal money bounties an
official report says,' it, would, 'take
yet two hundred million, dollars.
Largo as that sum is, it could. all be
sayed in two years by: disbanding
the useless Southern standing army,
and aholishihg useless Radical offi
Let " tho soldiers all fall into lind,
take the land scripi. and vote for ft
change of ; Congressmen, who will
pledge themselves to the fulfillment
of tho nation's promises"to the men
1...' - j !t ilir.
wuobttveuiis me, . , ,, j , . ...j,
The People Thinking.
The" wheels of revplutio'nary'lesr-
islation will soon move on again,
and in tho next six weeks the peo
ple" may see the beginning of the
end of civil'eoverument in tho Uni
ted States,' They seem to care not,
biii thero is ft deep thinking'-going
on .among the massed, and wheh they
find- that thotrigrcat fight pf.ja free
allot to run a iree government is
deniod th'cm,or that they are abridg
ed in the exercise of that right, they
win wake up trom the Atlantic 1 to
the Pacific; ' Then, woe betide the
bad men who - have trifled with the
people. If tho.. sovereigns' fail to
find tho wicked rulers and mete out
them just puntehment. .-' .-
-TVhon civil government perishes,
then shall it destroyers als.o cri6h.
Let the Vote be Viva Voce.
The New York Times thinks It
would bo will for the Senators, at
tho concltision of the Impeachment
proceedings, to voto by secret ballot.
We hope the secret ballot will not
be adopted. : :, ...
We want the people to know who
the scoundrels are that shall vote to
remove President Johnson, solely
because it is supposed thecontinucd
existence of tho Republican party
the meanest the most corrupt and
the most profligate of parties
depends upon it. In after time, the
Senators who shall vote to do this
int'umoua wrong, will want to skulk
the responsibility, and the secret
ballot would be very sorviceablo to
them. Let them bo bold in delense
ot the rifiht or in the commission
of the crime. The people have a
rignt to fcnow now., every Senator
votos in this matter. Let there be
Ma. Simo Cameros,' the noto
rious Pennsylvania corruptionist,
in the benate, last week, charged
the equally notorious corruptionitt
Jjoaa-ducii obney with malleas-
anco 'in his oflico as Clerk of tho
Sonnto, in tho sum f W0,000, for
which tho contingent fund of tho
Somito suffers.' Forney, with- his
Usual mendacity, charges tho defal
cation upon a relative and subordi
nate ot his named H agncr whom
Cameron endorses us an honest man.
The question has been referred to a
Committee to investigate the chargns,
and there the matter will bo white
washed or permitted to sleep, as
Forney is chief dog to tho impeaoh-
ers and does their howling through
his two .papers "both daOey,".' and
incessantly lectures and traduces
tho Senate, whose sorvant 'he is
The incident is noteworthy as indi
cating a falling out between, two of
tho most notorious thioves in the
country, a circumstance which, ac
cording to the old proverb, insures
bonost men getting their dues.
PuPtitAaixr and Buccfjs. We seldom,
if ever, pass the Dry Goods establishment
of Dan Will & Bros.' without seeing a
throng, and never go in without elbowing
a crowd the establishment continuing to
be the great oontre of attraction for pur
chasers from all parts of this and adjoin
ing counties. Tho House is now rcpre.
sented in the olty market by Aaron Will,
one of the firm; and veil do we know his
excellent judgement and good taste in the
soleolion of goods, his unrivalled facilities
for purchasing the frostiest supplies of
the very latest and most popular stylos of
;oodj of a Sue qu.i'.ity, ilo never fails to
suit all classes of customers In his nu
merons selections ; and the lirm are con
tent 'with a" Very ht margin of profit on
all Sales.' Their numerous customers will
be astonished to learn the low, figures that
calioos, muslins, and thousaqdi of other
articles, enn be purchased for. ' The
Goods will soon -arrive. QO AXDSSE
THEM. ; ' "" ' ": - " - '
- KILLED ON Till 1UILR0AD. A Ran
named. Jnines . Dolan was run over arid
killed by the west.irn bouod .-through
Freight Train on the Marietta & Cincin
nati Railroad, at about 7: 30 on Thursday
evening Inst,' about one-fourth of a mile
cast of McArtliur Station. lie had been
about the Station during ths afternoon,
considerably intoxicated, and- was told
about supper time that he had better keep
olf the track on the train would run over
bim. lie said ho Would do. so. But be
started towards Viulon Station, and after
walking for about half a mile he lay down
on ihe truck. The Engineer says he (fid
not observe . hiru until the locomotive wae
so near hini that it would bars been Im
posdiblt to stop the train. 1 He was t.rn
bly mangled, his intostines being torn
nut, and his bead cut iu pieces. An in-
que4 wet he'd on the body. . .
Wk indorse the following from Geo. R.
Clark, of ths Oltawi Ncm: .
If the D.-mnorats tlirouebont the Stnte
will now put themselves to just a little
trouble to extend the circulation of their
r-spectiveouuiltry papers, thejr will suable
the editors, to publish better papers; aud
in this, great good will be done ths Demo
cratic causei The work done now, and
thoroughly done, will lay the foundation
for. a complete Democratio victory in the
U. ... . A, .. ., V .. ,.
Ms at Mabiit. O.iorge W. Pearce has
opened a Meat Shopt next door to the old
stand of Rob ert Sage, on . Main street,
one doer east of his Family Grooery, and
we desire to inform' (he public that he
will keep the best of Meats, at Ihe most
Alt. Buss it will entertain the people
of bur town at the Court Ronse this even-
ng. He is the wittiest man' that lives,
and all should go and bear him.
Familt Gnogsaias. Q. ff . Pearos, ' of
this town, has .-returned from the ity
with eomplete assortment -of everything
usually kept In his line 'of trade; He has
frclh stock of family Groceries; Fish
of eH kinds; the finest' Tobacco and
Cigars ; .Confeotionaries . of, all. kinds j
Canned Fruits of every kind; and,: iu
fact, everything usually found in a flrst-
class Grocery and Confectionary Store.
He it putting op in fine style a firat-olas
foe Ceam 8aloori i in connection with his
Store, snd will soon be prepared to fur
nlsh alt the most delicious things of tb'e
SiOKS-Jf ..you spill the : disb-elotb, on
the floor,' it is a Sign you will have to pick
up again.' If yoit drop a' fork ' and 'it
sticks Into tlie door, U is a sign that it is
gnoci foilt." If you drop a knife on ' the
floor whiie eating, it is , aiga , yon are
, 41 $:iMIi 4...
i- .11. ' l,o,
i i'.i I'd.,,
Go aud-Suit iouasiar. lue Urge
slock of new and eeasonsbls Goeds embra
cing the substantial and the fnniy, of the
latest styles, at J. A. Eclton's, are being
sold at very low figures'.' No oae should
fail to go and examine his gois before
going to oilier Houses, as he oin please
all -those wishing a superior ' qiality of
goods. ' ' . '' .'
Doii't be put off when you as for Bar
rett's Hair Restorative. Take nt other.
, Blanks Ws have just prined a lot
of Blanks (or Justices of the foice Sum
monses, Subpoenas, Exeoutionsjte. ; and,
also, all kinds of Blank ee7. All for
sale at the lowest rates. ' '
For Avar's Medicines, eall it R!ann'
i Com roa NsoaAioi. t'i-s will find
that Turner's Neujalgi Is the only
sure cure for Neural!, and Nerve Ache.
For sale at Sisson's Drug 8tore'. (-
: Fob Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson's
Drug Store. . .-...(
Tn Occam Bsskiks are lot snrer har
bingers of health than Dr. 1. W. Poland's
Humor Doctor for all diseasesjof the blsod.
Sold by G. W. Bisson.
Tbb humsn family Is so numerous that
s birth and a death occur every moment.
Every second a child is born ; every second
some one dies, the prevalence or sick
ness in the world iniy be realise 1 la Dr.
J. C. Ayer's Laboratory, where medicines
are made for all mankind. It would
scarcely seem that there are' throats
enough to swallow the doses he issues
doily, Aysr's Sarssparilla, Agus Cure,
and Cherry Peotoral br the thousand
gallons and Ayer's Pills literally by the
ton. But they must all be wanted, or he
could not- moke such quantities for so
many years. Norlhfield Telegraph.
Its.Powes has been fully tested, and it
Is now settled beyond all dispute that
White Pine Compound is a sure cure for
Kidney Complaints, Weak Lungs, and all
Pains or Irritation of Throat and Cleat'
For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to
Sisson's Drug Store. . ..
Reab This. Costar's Celebrated Buck
thorn Salve, for cuts., burns, biuises.
wounds, boils, ring-worm, chapped hand,
itch, and almost everything elso, only 25
cents a box: the Universal Corn Solvent,
for Cffrns, so., fmire' cure,) only 25 cents
a box J the Celet-brated Bishop Pills a
universal dinner pill for headaeho, cos-
iveness, chills, fever, sc., only 25 cents
a box; the Pre lurid Cough Remedy, for
coughs, colds, lfoarveuees, s-iro IhroalT
broucial atfeetionij&t On'y '-.2S- -eents a
box; And the preparation of liutrr Sweei
and Orange Ulosxoma, for beauiifving Ihe
couiplexinn.Mo eofteni and . beau, fy the
(kin, rfmnve freckles, pimples, eruptions,
so,, only )l,i bottle: u 1 1 the best reme
dies yet iiilrndiiced, and forsalsAt Sis
son's Drug Store. Go and get some now.
TVKAND MATRIMOSY.-n ntTe-tion- n!
tlie or.nosit in-x mav t'e fc-unnu by roth.wini win
nip mien, nnd all fniy nmrrv hui.uilv. M UL-sir.d,
without r.'g irti to vr:ULIi, xc or heaii'y. ,siul
H-llrps and rimp S.r p;ii'rji-uli,r8 .tn -Mai, am
LUCILLE UEMAKKE, B.bte llou.e, Sen York.
AfiF.N're WANTED. Ln.liofl or Gentlemen are
oHred lih.iri.l inuiir-eiiienle to n.;t iiftieiHrt, ai
nn opportunity to t-ani Irnm irH ln10 per 1hv. No
miiiu1 nei-esMiry. Knclofle fitHinp uni addruss
ll;il'f a CO., Elgin Ii SI-eel,. New York,
' EnRnrtH 0? VOU 1-H.-1 enn serd you S.initsry
nuiPKand dnnti-u.-lions ttn.c uiil enable ynu to
recover your Miiui.ooa wuiKiuitne ubo r ip.ii-
Hio, y linuiy i.jiiowni tnu i.nvvs oi n.inre una
t.ih!i0!.e ft-wnt "ii.t ft'iarese
Mnlin IJ, New York.
Reported by J. K. "Will, Dealer in Dry Goods.
nnies, Greea, per bu. 7 ) Applec liried. 1 21
Hiuu-r. . , 3S .-Ira-wax.
Item. ' .' CnnVe. !W
C, .rn, ' 1,00 1 mniltrn. .-i ' 16...2I
Chickensi ., , fish, white, j HQ.ft
MH--korcl, li'tjli. I l.uir. per Bbl. .
l.ffp, ' 161 MomfH-ei., Soruo - c
l.nrd, i - - l&l'.iaie, . 0 Sua
ounr, :,'.,, 11 tn M 1 Halt, per bbl. .. 3,Io
TJ IE All ION
! GRAND TRIUMPH
' er oil oilier rionos
EUEOPE AND AMERICA.
" Declared by ths Jadges at the late ' ; '
' '. held la Sept end Oct., 1867, to be
The BEST PIANO OS EXlnBlTIOv,
' and after a test trial, orient by tlu Amtrkom
JnttUute, with the Pianos of the incceeifnt
exhibitors St the PARIS EXPOSITION, was
declared by their Judges to be
i THE BEST P1AB0 KN0WI1 TO THEM,
Confirming what we have always anerted, that
The AEION Haiio-Forte
' ' . . ' " ie l ... . .
The Pnrcst In Tone, , , -
- j The most Powerful,. ' "
. j ") i The most Elegantly Finished,
! . The most Durable,
and will stand In tune longer than any other.-'
In fact, that It Is the Piano which mutt evsuto
ally become the '! I c . : . . -i,
Leading- nnd Favorite Piano
with all who desire one pf the best PUne
.ever manufactured In thla country or Europe.
i Virst-daM asd mnonsible Agents wanted
In every City aud Tow where we have not .
already apiniuted Uitm. . ; . .., -.
: Etndfor Ciraulart, prict Utt, term, itf
' i " ' . ' ' Manufactory and Warerooms, 1 ; ' ' 1
. 187 189 BOWEEY. sear Delaney It. '
, i .- ; . - , kew yoiut. , ,r.,v! "
mo.-s.aoe. MANNER i CO.,
5 l.."t '!;
. and ' :
. Haiti ort's Block,
la constnntly receiving
y '. M ? ,
, 10 per csnt, Ohsapes
than can be bought else
Blank Books,- Inks,
.- atlow figures.
"WhitoLead t Oil
sold at about cost
Auul Aislfa tor.
4 Oae1 ) U Kct.wrr ?
- ha y 1
i in juria w - s.
Huonle Lodges and Ckisiutn furBiihcd at
reduced rates, i- ' . . : -
toieclio Organ'4 Melodeon Co-.,
1 0. TUWTf.ETOK, Secretarr,
fi, k Co. it I Bnadvtmt, N.X.
TXXCTJXOU'S . . ,
SALE OF REAL ESTATE,
i By Order of tlie Probata Court.
Voss nofflilnofi', Kxeentor of Eatnte
; of William lloit'Uliiee, Ucctfiscd,
JInrvIIofl'liiiii.;i.of tlio County of . In
, Vtniiin, mid ute of Ohio, luivl'd Probate
lluil'hines. who n.Kiilos in tho - of
B(atttufIIUnolw.CloraUuaiiinM. I Vinton
j Honry Ilollliln.-M, Xelson 11. ill-1 County,
; ninca, nna ivy mxon, lmorninr- uiiio.
liuil with n.-nnoni iilxun. 01 tin
county of Vlutou, and state ol
In pursuance of nn Orrier of tho Probate
Court of Vinton county, Ohio, 1 will oiler for
ile nt public auction, on the preuii&a, In tlie
Xowusliip of (JUiitou, on . .
Thursday, the 4th Day of Jane, A.
i , . ., D. 18G8, -, .
atthehonvofl o'clock A.M., of said day, tho
following doKCiilM'il Itonl 1-j.tiite, situnto in
tho county of Vinton, uud bUito ot Ohio, to-
Being tliat pirt lying -n-est of the Rail Rond
of UioKa-t imll'of the North-east qimrtvr of
Hcctlon jk'iitiibvr Four (4,) TownshlNnnibpr
i'i!i (Ki.ntiince Nnmbor Seventwu (17,) con
ti.uiiri",' Forty ucros moro or xuliject to
tlio right of way across said tract In what In
known us tlio t-cloto.S Hocking Valley llull
.Appraised nt On Thousand Three Hundred
and Twenty Dollars, uud must, bring two
thlrdsof that sum.
j TEUJtS of sii.T.:
One-third cash lu hand on the day of aalc:
one-third In six mouths; nn.l one-third in
twelve months irom me day oi sale; witti in
teruit: the pnyinouU to be secured by mortgage
upou the premises mid.
Executor of Estate WUliniu HoUiiinea, dee'd.
May 7, 18U8-U13 . .. . ...
SPECIAL MA3TEB OOKIUSSIOKEE'3 ALE
5fafe of Ohio, Vinton County. . '
, Charles Brown, Plaintiff,
1 In Court of
Sanford B. llowen et. nl., BePtS.
. t OICLllfiK OF KAI.E. f
Pursuant to tho command of an Order of
Sale in the above cause issued from the Court
ofC'ommon Pleas of Vinton county, nnd the
State ol Ohio, nnd to me directed as Shci ifrof
said county, and acting ns a Special Master
commissioner in mis ense, i win oner tor
sale at public auct ion, nt the door ol tho Court
House, In the Town of M -Arthur, Iu the coun
ty, aud titute, aforesaid, On
Tuesday, tho 2d Day of Juno, A. D.
at the honrof 1 o'clock r. w. of anlil lb a fnl.
lowing detcrtlicd lands and tenements, situate
in uie uouuiy oi v uiion.in me euito oi unto,
The East half of the North-east Quarter, nnd
tlio South went Quarter of the Nortli-eaM
Quarter, and the 1-Jt half of the South-east
(Juai tor. and the North-west Ouarter of the
souin-easi varieroiecuon jxuniocr inir-
teen taoc u,) lownsnip isuinner- i-Jieyon
.Town. 11. Bangu Number .Seventeen (itange
LSO. The Bouth-west Qnnrter of Bectlon
UlHl)er inirty-iour joir) iu lownsinp num
bar Ten (10.) Raniru NninuerSixtcen (10.1
ALSO, r'iny-iourres in the North-west
Quaitorof Hetlr Nuuthur Ttiirty-mnr-(34,)
lowuslilp Number Teu (10.) ILume Number
) thesntd Hlty-fotir acres boiim
tho N. W.
aescniien as ioiiows: iiesmnig
corner of- eai.l Section Thlrtv-
rnn thence Kouth to the Ron th-wesf cmer
nfsuld N.-W. Qu.lrter of said Section Nmnlier
lllrty-lonr; uiel.ee iuji tc tho iast liuuk ef a
onull Kunj theiu-clua North-ensleily (lli-pe-tion
In n straight lino to n Beeeh Ti-pe, on the
Bunk of Raccoon Creek; thence to the middle
sold Creek, nnd thence down the middle of
tho Creek to the Kast line of Raid Ouarter
Section; thence to the North Hank of said
Creek;, thenco up, the North bank Of said
Creek totheplaej of bcglimiiiir.
Tken on an Ontor and Deeree as. the prop
erty of Sanfortl H. Bowen tnantialy an Order
ami Pecree of tlie aforesaid Court In favor of
Annralsed nt Nine Thousand NlneFTundred
nnd KiHlity-olirht Dollura i'.i.VsJi.W,) and must
bring two-thirds of that sum. '
TsjtMS OF Haijs Casb in band at the Hme
aula. . , ,i - , . . . . --
?''; RhortfT Vinton Coun. Ohio. :
And aetlnw ae bpeclal Master Couunlssloner
in mis cause. . . . . ,
M. L. Clark, Att'y fcr Pl'ff, '- '"
AprU801t4o-w-M . I ,' ,;.',!..,
lU 1 f f 1ji Ip-?1
. ft -
Dairymen, Farmers, ;
" And. Others,
onsion toub ' ' '
ASHE3, BEESWAX, BEANS,' '
" , BUTTFIl, CHEESE, E003, .
' TLQVU AND MEAL, '
FLAX, COTTON, ,'
' " '.. FURS AND SKIN 3, - ,
' DRIED AND GREEN FRUITS, ,
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME, ."
POULTRY, NAVAL STORES,
ROPS, GINSENG, FXATH--'
er3. t1emp, provisions,-.
" oils, lard; tallow,
P0fi.rTUMM0LASSEP, 4c, U
- - .. to'- '
" J0SIA1T CAEPEXTEU,,
General Commission merchant,'
442 414 & 416 'ashing tun Street,
NEW YORK CITY. . ,
And receive his weekly Trice Current of
rroouco ana (iroceriMu m most complete
rriee iurruuv ruounuca in uie unium B tales,
SE5D FOR A TRICE CURRENT. ,
Marking Platca and Cards,
Furnishod free. ;
Liberal Advances made on Consignments.
-' tttatlithei, 'Stay Ut, 1860. . ,
First Class References Given, Wlicn Required.
gOOK AGENTS WANTED ,
To solicit orders- fnr T1R. WIT.LfytM BM7TB-S
DICTION tRY OF THE BiI.E. The only e.li
tinn published in America, condensed bv Ur.
Smith's own hind. In one Inree Octavo volume,
illustrakd with ovol 126 ttcoie and wood engra
vinR. Acenft end anheerlbers tee that vou ret the
lenuine eilition lay L'r. Bintth and do not be im
posed upou by juvenile editions, nor imperfect
The Snrlnirncld Renithliram save. Ihia edition
ptlbiished bv Messrs. Burr A Co.. IB. tho.irp.tminA
Tub ContrreRntionalist lays, whovr wlfhea
to art, in the -lirare&t form, the .best Jjictiouary
of the Bible should buy this. ,
Kor 'ELLIOTS NEW WORK, remsrksble
J-.haractora And mfinonWe blac.'fl of tl.e Holy
I. iilnl. Jly Hehry Ward EeeeW, T. P. Woorsej,
I L. D., Pres. of Vale Col., .locepn CumraitiKs,
II. 1). LL. !., Pies. f-WlTir,Unlv., Kl. Ilev.
'I'hos. M. Clark, it-shop of R. !.., Ae.t Ac. .
It ts a nw si-.d oriiuJi'lviejiiS WMB"n,e nulhora,
and im stibjei-te are approved by 'teVajjmen ol
nil rloiioinit.Ation. Agents ar rneetiig with nn
paralMU'd Mieesa. We einput)'nwrarr-'sand
oiler extra indnremeitts to Agents dtj.-- ih
us. For descriptive circulars with i' ' .f.t
lars and terms, address the Puhlishei: r . ' -
. 1. h. BL'Klt CO., Uirttord, Conn. 1.
" State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Jnmcs W. Tieloy, Plaintiff, ) Vinton t'ounty
. eiralnst. ' Veonrteoiumoa
Samuol V.ioduo et. at. Berts.) ulefw, :
uruer aim ueeree.
IN pursuance of bhe -eomniand of an order ot
sale in lh ahore cuum from Ihe court of com
mon pleas of said county of Vintou, and State of
Ohio.and to nie directs.! is Sheriff of sai4 county,
I will otferifor sale at publio. auetion. at the door
ef the Ji-urt House, in the, Town ol .McArtbur, iu
laid coutity aud state, 00
Tuesday, tho 2Gth day of May, A.
st the hour of 1 o'clock v. w. of eald dsy, the fol-.
lowinud-serils-d real estate, situatem the county
of Vinfon, and Hmte of Ohio, to-ynt:
A psrl of Out. Lot Numiier Fourteen! No. 14,1 in
the Town of McArtlur, Vinton county, Ohio,
coinuiencin on tho South Line of said Oul-Lot,
at the centre 01 saio unt-i.ot, thence mnning
West s.ionit the Hontli Line of said Out-Lot and
the North Line of North bti-et until it comes on.
posile thH Ei.st Line of the Alley running Norlh
nnd South and dividing In-Lots Numbers Bin nnd
eeveit (Nos. 0 snd ;;) thrnce olth to the
North Line ofsRld Out-Loti thence East to the
centre of ssid Out-Lot! thence Houth to the plsee
ei negiunniK siso 10 include one-nail of tlie
Land which would he inoluded by an extension
or said Alley the entire width of paid Out-Lot,
the siune, however, to be free1 for passage or
right ofwsy to the o.-ciint of the prcmiees on
the West side of the Line ot said Alley; being, in
all, One Acre nnd a Hsli .noreor le-s.
Apnraiscd nt One Thousand Nine Hundred and
Sixtvsix Dollnrs (81,01)0,00) and must bring two
thirds oi ili.it sum. ,
To ho sold as the property of Samuel V. Podae
to satisfy an - Order and Iteeree of the
aforesaid court in favor of James W: le!ny.
iwuu w og-w. ... i.H.i.j a. 1 nn . line gi nam,
, - JOHN J. HHOOKJSV,
- bherfl Vinton county, 0.
J. J. McOmrell, Atfy for Maiulitr.
April S3, 1808-Sw-IS
AMERICAN ORGANS,' .,
Tfce Meat Fcrftet and Elrgant Ma. leal
Iwatrummit la the IVorld
rOJ! TUB AMERICAS BOMB C1BCIM.'
I Tlie A7IERICAM OHGAIV
' Uakea hone attractive, rellneSand elevate
Die miuda uf ail, bmutliul in appearaaoa aad
SIBERIA OTT, .
t 993 BBOADtVAT NIV TOBK.
WHOLESALE AGEST, ,
i The Immense poniilarlty of these Ormi
sud their niprrlor Jfuiical Power., ItAut briar,
inc them before tlie publie, M (he InstnuaeaS
olongde.irwilo AlItltlCAN UOHhVS. And
althouifh. theot price Is but a trills over Ilia
llrlodron, yet the muilcal advantaea, beauty
ef tone and quiolmct of touch and action aie
to r.r superlur, that they are fast superseding '
tlie Hiodeia, and the eoll is new auaost as -Shulvelyfor
j. AMERICAM ORGANS.
1 a llY! V Mmie " TOlce
yrid mo.l lirely, to the heaviest tones ot the
Church Or. And aluioet universally th.f
are refrrul to the r ana, by perMiu vb
ar them, ret Costing less than naif, aud only
Wkiujr a small amnni ot r wrn. -
Mend for descrlpUre eimiars Wvlna fal ,
artlcnlara and prices. .
. Bioln.lre Ajjcd lea seearedtoDealeva, a&4
lar ilUco in'i to the trads and Teachers.
SIBBUU OTT, Wl.oleale Agent, ' '
May 1, '18 Cm
t ' " ;' :IH
!:'li V,;il ,1'lt't
.. ' PROVISION STORE.
0. W. tLhOX. . - , ' ' A. W. Ct.OSf.
" 'TJXiXiOX &J . ,
Will pay the blgheet tnnrket price in Cesb for
Mil killdlOf r i
Brlugon your ""-''.
3UTTER, "; ; ' . ;
' ZG03, '
- '; CBICKESS, .
''. ' CRIED PEACHES
' '' DRIED AITtis,
.'-.. " BEANS, -'.
:'",'' onioks, '; .-; ' ';
potatoes, ' 2 ., '
RAGS, , ; .
' 1 m -
Or any cthej article 7011 may have to dlapoee oc.
We elso have a fresh and comple atockof
OI vo us a call and see for yourselves, at the
Room formerly occupied by Itlchmuu a a
Clothing Btoro. ' , , .
' " ' UU.0M 4 DUO;
March 5. l868-,"ra
J'AUIHUl KiBBI, , W BI
JOHN CEIMra-S, ' .
BegsleaTe to Inform the oltfcens of Vinton and
adjoinuigoouaUca thai he prepared' to luruuk
them with .. ,
UONUMENIS,- ' " ' '
GRAVE8I0KES, ' ' V J
BUREAU TOPS, ' . f
table tops, ho,
. fas latest and nost pproved t j Is s
All Work neatly and promptly executed.
my press are mneh lower than those of
snope. rersons aoouipurcnssinjt are In-
nted toaosreiul uspevtioa of ay stock and
Shop In Halone's Building, on Main Street,
ret tt, Utt tf . t
Th OeirimissimienttirVIrifolfi CCunty. Ohio. '
will lueot at, the Bridge across the . . .
MIDDLE FORK OF SAL " ,
:"i CREEK, ' .
near AUensvlUe, In Vinton county, Ohio, oa
Friday, the 2th day of May, 1868, '
at Jhe hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of anld, and soil
to the lowest responsible bidder, the building
Covered Bridge -ith Stone Alutmenl
' across said eveek. '' '
P!ans and'Spoclflcntlons for snld Brldtje
msdo known at the Uridire on theduy of sale.
By Order of the Commissioners: ., a , i '
, , . , W. K I' KLTOX,
Auditor Vinton Co. '
April W, 1808-tde ..i
TheFlnkleiljjronStwitiie Machine Co. la
the only Company in the trade who will re
turn tl.e purchaso money if tho machine Is
liotmlisliietorv. ' -.-
2. The l-'inkle 4 Lyon Sewing Machine la
tho only lock-stitch mnchlue that hue Ito neiv
die "selfuetting," so that the needle cuunot be
net wrong. . ....
8. The Flnklo & Lyon Bcwing Machine la
tlicflidy straight-needle miulilne tliit has a
poiifT've "take up," roqulrlns: no eho;ico tf
tctwsi in running fioru ohe kind of Koda U
another. .. '
4. Tlie Flnkle A Lyon Hewing ifachlne ha
the only "shuttlo-carrlor" that overe.iin, all
friction of shuttle, nnd protects tlio thi-cuil
from oil In the shuttle race. - ' -
6. TheFinkled: Lyou Hewing Machine la
the only family machine In the world thai
will bow linen thread with tho facility that it
ioes silk or cotton. . ' -)
i 6. Our aim is appoint a local ftccnt in every
town, through wnoin all orders must couio.
1 Tinkle & lyon S. M. Co., ' '
; t) - - Ko. S87 Broadway, New York; !
i J- W. Bowes, Agent, McArthm-,,'-
LIFE, INVI GOB ATOa
' . Or Rejuvenating Elixir; ; ,
fr the Immediate relief and permanent cure of
that condition which unfile the euflerer from'
aerfbrming the duties of life, .and which arise,'
from a morbid condition of Uie Kiihieya o4,
(ladder, and results in Berlin piostration an-4
I k iiavaiisea inn remeay in my private prac--.
Bee with unvarying success for many venra. I
tin therefore induced to offer it lo the afflicted.
feelina confident its merits Oill be ahnreSlsted.-.
. It is adADted to aM durann.iuents of the U.iu.rv
Organs. It strengthens Uie system and gives
'LIFE, HEALTH AND STRENGTH,
Sn all who use it arid follow my directions. H.,
sever fulls to remove Nervous ! ebtlity, Impote
ov, and all Weakness arising from Excesses- of )
Toutlitul Indiscretion, teaulting ia , ' . ,
Loss of Memory, Kervous Trembling
Unpleasant Dreams, ' ; , General lassitude.
Weak Nerves, -.. -. , ; Dnoiws of Vision,,
Head .che. .' Fuslnng of the Skip,
. which, if neglectod, rill assuredly leadon to '
INSANITY OR C0.N.-U11PTI0N.' '
; When the system is ones' anVted It vflll rlet
recover without help. It must be 1 v -j.i
1N?IQ0RATEI. 'AND 8TBHNQTI!ENEDr.
to enable the stirJerer te fulfill the Puttee of Life, j
artiold by FriueTial Drngsista Eeerywhexe. i 1
.Prige l per buUl.i; aix bottlea for S5.
Sent by Express, on receipt ot the money, by '
DR. J, BaTAH, 88 East 13th Bt, Hew Tort, J
Private circulars sent free; enclose stamp. 4
April S3, IDdD-ly , i;, f.-i J
yALTJAELE FARM rqa SALE.
The hndersltincd, dcslrfnsi to retire from tl'ia
more active dutlos of lllo, offinu for sale hie '
vnlunlile farm, situate two mllea north of then.
.i.u, v uiui-iuuun najiniHa, m ilurrlsoit
lOWnshlll. Villton COtltltV. Ohin. nn I,a Mlotu t
Road lending from CliHllcothe to Athens, and. i
about It inilLa eaat from UiiUctlie,,& fruiu
Umdon.lerv Rtntion nnd 4 from Iivnvllt.
Station, contalulngfiOe acres about 200 aorea
under eultlvailon, 60 acres in meadow, and a&
acres of bottom land; two coinlortublo dwel
ling houses; locutions healthful; good bum
and sljble; two nico orchanls; the best, of t na
hr nnd water. The farm can be divided Into
two parts: will be sold In aeperatn pnrtn or U - w
ether, . A email farm; or weatern lancsUsai 1'
iwu properly, onn be taken in exehiuiae.. .
For purtlculain. Call on or addreua '
i. w . nowr..-,MrAruiiir,Oi(.i!.'S
t -i Or A, O, ILUp'r,vii yu peeuils !
Lf- h.w r i-J ;