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TOR LEOAL KOT1CXI BEE FOURTH PAGE
TBtl BOAD TO WRALTB. IK TO ADVKRT1SI
mibsmmem. TERMS, FAY IN ID VANCE.
I with to eav to our returning soldiers
Idowg, and heirs of dereur-1 soldiers
thbi i will iiifiia 10 gemng wieir a k
Bounties, and Pension, and Local ;
ounties ; uUo, for all who were impri-!
iu Sjulhirii prison commutation in '
Oonev for their ntion.s whilst imprisoned '
aul three months extra pay; and 1 will at- j
tend to the collection of a'.l other claim .
n the United Slites or State of Otiio.-1
for each appli.-n Hon from 15 to 10
roituil iu me imuuic uii.i expense mem-'
tad. E. A
July 13. 18R5
CT'GrovoPtoeil & Co'd I'innQB nrojtaim
eaiil to lm tlio fJncft tonod now ufTcr
ed to tbe public. They ba70 taken
tho first promiuiaj and stooJ unri
yalcd. Mr Urovostoon'u cxperienco,
as a mauuf:i;:turot', gives auuraaco o!'
a good article.
Seo aJverticoaietit in enothor col
tina. Cvs bob Gout's Lads Book, is now
being made up in this office, any persons
... ii ,.
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their namei. The winter nifihrs are on us
and Ladies can havo no. better amuse jient
nd instruction, then reading tliis nopiiLr
Magazine. We furnish it at the lowest
Change ok Fikm. Dr. A Cinduo
has retired from tho Drug businobB,
and Dr. J. S. Strong has ptirchanod
tho Drug Sturo. Hj id a vory cour
teous gentleman, ami, being a Phy
fiieian ol many yours piatica, our
cisizina can fuel aafu in getting their
proscription?: put up (at this old ea
tAblinliuieiit. (rive him a call.
Ne Cabinet !Su'y. "Jcrsra.
Ilorton & Ilulberl have bought out
tho stook of E. i Uothwell, and aro
iuw lilling up a complete stock at
the Salesroom and Shop lately occu
pied by Mr liothwell.
Soo advertisement in this ptper.
Give them a oall.
Millinery, Knit Goods, and Toys
Mrs. M. J. DoJgo hasojomd a fir.o
assorttnout ol'jtlio above natnud GooJs
at her residence, on North Street, us
McArthur. II ir Beluctious are good ,
and she is determined to sell ua
cheap as the cheapest,
See aJyertiso u mt in to-day'a pa
per. Give hor a call.
BoLDiKu'a Money. Charles Nixon,
deceased, private, Co. F, 77th i:,jg.
111. iufantiy, heirs, can gel thoir
money by calling on me.
John Van Ilutfs mother can got
Lis urrears of pay and Bounty, by
calling for tho money.
E. A. Bratton.
OCTKiLnoy, Buudy & Co's Bank,
at JacksDn 0. H., Ohio, solicits ac
counta with our businoss men in Vin
ton county, i'ho well know integri
ty and budinosa character of tho gon
tlempn,whn are stockholders, will
insure to this bank a good business.
Tho President, 11. S. Chapman, and
Cashior, T. V. Kinney, aro well
posted, of strict integrity, courteous
goutlomen, and every way worthy of
tho confidence of our business mtn.
Sea card in auothor column.
Sftthut Unlit c,
Do yon want Whinkers or Mouftaelitst Our
rR'iair,Comp()und will force them to grow on
he smoothest fuco or chin, or lniir mi bald heads
in hix Weeks. l'jieol,00. Sent by muil any
wlioro, closolv Healed, on roeoip of priee.
Address, WARNER &C0., Box 133,
Feb, 16. '65 ly,
DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND
SEU4L SYSTEMS-new and relia
ble treatment. Also the BRIDAL CHAM-
uutv, on uo.-ujr ui aimiig mm instruction
Sent by mail in sealed envelopes, free of
charirA irlitroco n T O r I T T t T
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HOUGHTON. Howard Association, No
2 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. 13th 1865 nr. r
A cardt6 INVALIDS,
. Pl0'"?811 white widln in Sontl. Amer
ca as a m isHionary .diseovored a safe and sim
ple r.madY fo, the Cure of Nervous WaaknJS.
.urly Deeay, Diseases ofthe Urinary Tj
Seminal Organs, and tho whole train of dia,,rd
deraWghtonby baneful and vieiou. hahi(?
Ureat ikDmbeia have been already cored by this
It ttTXetyi Vr?myUi b d0Bire ben
fit tna afflicted and nufortunate, I will .no
nrFB'oTc.ir0v,:lop6'to any on8 wh
Please inclose a post-paid aevelope, addross
a to yonrself.
m , . Station D. Umta Hocsi,
Mx.ltb.lS65-li. Werr YoikCu y
lTThe Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Ooeans,
secular musio, for ISO to 000 each. Thirty.
Ave lold and Silvor Medals, or other first pro-
mwiM j0a ,hem. Illustrated ratal vooi
froe. Address, MASON fe HAMLIN, Boston
m asom brotukks, now York.
euro o! Uiarrux, Jaundice, JJ spepsia. Scro
Paj, fula, Biliousness, Liver CVm'plnnt, Fevers
Headache, Piles, Mercurial Deceases, Here
tjnod ditury Humors. Dos for adults, one pill in
nw moiiim; children half a pill, From one
to three pills will cure ordinary cases, and
frPm one to three boxes will cure eny curea
hie case of no matter how long standing:
Price . SI 00 per box, Trade supplied or sent
in precedence and great popularity
Dr. TALBOTT'S HILLS
Composed of highly concentrated extrarct
fiom roots and herbs of the highesf medical
value, iulallibie in the cure of all deceases
of the Liver o: any derangement of the Di-
lliey remove all Impuri
ties ofthe Blood, andarj unequaled in the
V-MOTT TALBOTT M.D. Co
une !sl lSti.j-ly 62 Fulton St N Y
JK GltOVEsTEF.N Pl.m Piiptp still
and ufter undergoing gradual improvements
ior u pebiou oi years, is now pronounced
by the musical world to be unsurpassed and
even unequaled in richness, volume and
purity of tone, durability and cheapness
Our new scale, French action, harp pedal,
iron Iramo, over strung bass, seven octave,
rosewood pianos we aro Helling cheaper by
from 6100 to 5-JOO than the same style and
tniiili hit sold by any other first class ma
kers id the country. Dealers and all in
want of good pioanns are invited to send
for on: Descriptive Catalogue, which con
tains photgraphs of our different styles, to
gether with nrires. n.. i.....i.i ....
. i .'no biii'iiiii our-
"I1 u u I v.11110111 seeing tli u Ca'a-
lo;;ne. Medals, nl-nost without number,
h"ve "ep" "warded to theGrovesteen Piano,
!!!!' !'"' Cel? I'."""1 wrld though
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p:irta .if huropo and the U. S., it took the
4'J'J Broadway, New Vork.
J'i'7 H 5 -
Editor of Democrat With your per
mission I wish to say to tho readers of your
paper, that I wtll send, by return mail to
all who wish it. (free) a Kecipe, with full
directions for making nml usiujr a simple
Vcnetu'ile Balm, that will pllbctnally re
move in t:n davs, Pimpl 's. Ulotches, Tan,
Freckles. iukI all Impurities of the Skin,
leaving the same solt, clear, smooth and
I will also mail free to those having bald
heads, or bare faces, simple direc'ions and
inhumation that will enable them to start
full growth of Luxuriant H;iir, Whiskers,
or u Moustache, in les? than thirty days.
Ail implications! arswered by return mail
Respect fully yours,
TIIOS. F. CHAPMAN. Chemist,
631 Broadway, New Vork.
To CoNsuMrnvES. The undersigned
having been restored to health in a few
woeks by a very simplo remedy, after hav
ing suffered severnl years, with a severe
lung direction and that dreud dkease,
Coiifiumpiion is anxious to make known
to his fellow, siiflercrs the means of cure.
To all who desire it, le will send ac.tpy
"f the prescription used free of cliare
willi the directions for preparing and uin
the same, which they will find a sure cure
for Cunsumotion, Asthma, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds ,&c. The only object of the
advertiser in sending the Prescription is to
benefit the afflicted, and sprenil information
which he conceives to le iiielunble, ami
lie hopes every sufferer will trv his renm.li
UHL 111 t II III 111' 1 I lllll IViril n In.i I.. . ..II
as it will cost tbeui notliing, aiid may prove
Parties wishing the prescription, will
Rev.EDVARD . WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings comity.
Oclober 26. lSC5-3m A. & c.
A. Cousli, Cold or Sore
Rbqoibes IMMEDIATE ATTFSTION, Atfo
BII0ULD 11E CHKCKED. lr ALLOWED
Irritation of the Lpnos, a I'erma
. ken r Tiiroat Affection. or
an Incchaisle Lcng
IS OKTEN THE 11E6CLT.
BYOWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHEES
havlnqj diiiect influence to. the parts,
01ve immediate relief.
Fob Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarah,
Consumi'tive and Throat Diseases,
Singers and Pdclic Speakers
will find Trockks useful in cleirin the
voice when taken before singing or speak
ing, and relieving the throat afterauunu
al exertion of the vocal organs. The
Trocheks are recommended and prescribed
by Physioians, and have hod testimonials
from eminent men througout the country.
Being an article, of true merit, and having
proved their efficacy by a test of many
years, each year finds them in new locali
ties iu various parts of the world, and the
Trochees are universally pronounced better
than otTier articles.
Obtain only "Brown's Bronchial Tro
chees. "and do nottuke nv nf tlia lV.,r,l..
. - ....... -..j ... i. villi
less Imitutions that may be offered.
noi.i evervwnere iu the . United States,
and in Foreign Countries, at 35 cents per
October 26 lSG3-6m
G. W. J. WOL1Z,
W tchs, Clock s,
Jdbtices Blanks, Blank Deeds
etc. foall descriptions for sale at tbi
Office. - J.
GOLD & SILVER!,
W tehee, Clocks. Chains, Diamond Rin
Melodeons, Sewinj Machiuas, Ptiinos, to.
OXE HILIIOXIOLLIRS V0FJQ
TO BE DISPOSED OF
One i)ollar Lach!!!
Without regard to value J Not to bo paid
lor until you know what you receiv I
Splendid List of Artielue, all to to
Sold for Cne Dollar Each !
100 Cloels (French)8a d 31 dny
ion clock, rariKttiK from. ...4Uto 250 eaca
100 Pianos, of tho bust mann- ,
250 Lad'llXUKnar 50tooach
Sno 'ViI,i.":.T? Jr.- 35 to 70 each
-j ..iiiiiiii-cu Oli
2C0 Piamaiid liinps
SHOO Gold Vest A neek ohnins
30lr0 Oval Iiud BraceletH-
i to 3" oaoh
- 4 to $ enoh
6 to 10 ua
5 to 20 oach
nuuu jumna no il
2U0U t'lmntelino t'huins a .1
7000 Bolitairu & li.il.l V..,...
5U00 form, Opal u,id Ktnnrnl.l
to 10 each
to 8 ua
tOOO MoHiac, Jet, Lava & Floren
tinfl Fur .
7500 Curul. Opal and Emurol'd Ear
to 6 oaea
4000 Culilornia liamond Bral h
3000 Oof.t Koh'i Vvl; u..V.V " " 2.50tol0ftch
uow con M'uuiiro einevu-but tons
Stllds, c ' ' .
. 0U0 -"'um,l(ufU 8" --2,50 to 10 each
CC00 OolXX:i"Z""""" WtoSOeseh
5000 l'luin Hrl I h"'"'-c" f'0.'
llnJOO S.onn knt i a; i.;..... - . ."' B"cn
10O00 Cal. L am;, V"'"-8'" ' 0
7500 Suts Ladies' Jownli v .'t!.V
2 to 10 each
60U0 8ct Ladies Jcwclry-Curmn
,o..no riiA'TL"'1. ''0''ics-
5 to 15 uaek
' to 15 each
wwv v " cover txtoiisiun
10UOO Cold pons and Gold Count
4 to 10 eaeti
8 to 10 each
M.HI r r,"'u-"CK'B.,":." to 1 J 0eh
lorks ju ,n .q ,
In coiiscquonce of the irroat stn.nilnn
trado in the Maniifiinnri,. Si?.., .'tan".t.lon of
and tnirland a laro mityoM
ana MUST BE ISOLD AT ANY S aVkI'fIcf' i
Under IhesociicuniHtiuicos, HAMILTON l'n
acting ... , AKenU for tho principal Europeao
Mumifiieturnrs. have Msolvod upon a F
GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION!
Subject to the following regulation:
Certificates of tho various articles are first
put into uimdnpc, sealed up and ,ix,d .
when ordered me taken out without regard to
choico, and suit by mail, tlms KiVc ,ft tt u
chume. On receipt ofthccertilUate, y"n l
see what you are to havo. and then I' iJ a yn,
op ion 0 send tho dollar and take tl o micfo or
not. 1 urelmser, may thus obtain a rio MUU
... oon, Suw i uu .Machines, Gold wuteh, I)ia , on d
I.iiior any , Jt of Jo welry ou our list C om
ISi nd 25 tViHfur Vf lificaie
In all transaction, l,y ,. ul,n.0 Khali charge for
forward.,. tho certificates, pajiny p.stae anj
.Ioiiik he linsiiie. as cents each, which ,t
be enclosed when the certiliealo isse,;t f'r Fi "e
c-rt Ik-atcH w. lbeseuttortl, ole-c, , ,r .?
thirty W five do s. sifi-tlm fnr i . V n '
and 100 tor liltcen dollars. ,or kn
AGENTS. We want njronts in overy town and
county in conntrv and those acting as such
will be allow. 10 cents on overy cerificato or
dered by them provided their r. mittanee
amount to one dollar. Arontswill collect 25 cts
for every certificate, ami nmli 5cts. to n '
either in cash or postapo stamps. Accnts ro
niittinR at once thirty dollars will be entitled to
a beautitul Mlver Watch, and ulso iiUO certifi
cates. l'luas writo your Namo, Town, County and
htato plainly, and address nil or.lors to
HAMILTON & CO.,
Ajrents fur Foroigu a American Manufac's
Sulesr-om, P.o aox 5075, new yohk.
Si Liberty Street. Nov.25,-ii53n,o
Taej, Kay Administratrix 1 In Probata Court
of Villium Lay dee'd I'lttt. I Petition to soil
. , vs I Lands to pay
J H. Kimball & Co. ot al DftsJ Debts.
Joshua B. Kimball and Aaron Kimball, part
ners under tho name and stylo of J. B. Kimball
& Co. who resido in the Stcto of Massachusetts
and Siunuol Wilson, Martha, Mury, Sarah A.
Armianda A. and Joseph G. Ray, minor heirs
of William Kay docoased. Will take notice that
Tacy Kay administratrix of tho cMato of Wil
liam Kay deceased, on tho 2lst day of Novom
bor 1865. filed her petition in the Probate Court
wulnu and for the said county of Vinton, alloir
lug that the personal ostata of said decoasod is
lnsnllicioHtto pay his debts and rho chartfesof
admiuistring his ostato; that he died seizod
in loo simplo of tho following described real
estate, situatod in said Vinton county, to-wit :
Tho south-oast quarter of the south-cast quar
ter, and tho nortb-east quarter of the soiiti
oast quarttr,of Section number twonty-flve (25
in township number ton, (10,) of rangu mim-'
bor nineteen, (19,) and tho north-east qiur
ter ofthe north-east quarter, of section num
ber thirty-six, (86,) in township and nngo
aloroeaid, containing one nundrod and twenty
-AUo oighty acres known ai the Montgomery
traetto-wis: 1 he south-west quarter ot tho
south-oas quarter, of Section number twenty
Svo m i inT i,:.. i .... ,..
Range number nineteen, (19,) and tho norlh
wost quarter of tho north-oast quarter, of Soc
tion number thirty-six, ,) in Township and
Kango aforesaid. That I'asy Kay petltiouoi is
entitled to dower and a homestead iu said prem
isog. That said J. B. Kimball fe Co. Lave a
lein on said realty by virtue ot Levy on execu
tion from Common Pleas Conrt, of Baid county
orVirton, made on May 9th 1859, thatafure
sa-d minor hoirs of William Kay deceased have
tho next estate of Inheritonca therein. The
Prayer of aaid Petition is among other things
for tho assigmont of dower and homestead to
said Tacy Kay, petitioner, out of the 120 acre
tract, of said realty: That said Kimball & Co.
and the said hoirs at law may answer, the sam9
ATM! fll, 1.1. nf QUIll nWAmlana .. .. L. : . . . t
. OH(v. I'.v.iiinoD, BUUJCVb 10 SUCH
dowerand homestead estates, for the payment
w " .uu viini aiunwam,
Bald petition will ba for hearing on th13t
day of January 1806, orassoon thoraa fUr
conns can be heard.
By Bratton & Mayo, hor A Mrs
HELMB OLD'S BUCHU. '
HELM iiOLD'S EUCHlf.
.HELMB OLD'S BUCliU.
Tiie Only Known Remedy
D I ABET ES.
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF THE
BLADDER, INFLAMMATION OF
THE KIDNEYS. CATARRH OF
THE BLADDEIl. STRAN
GUARY Oil PAINFUL
For these diseases it is truly a sovereign
remedy, and too much canton bo said in it
praise, a sinile dose bus been kaown to
relieve the most urie.nt svnitomi.
ire you troubltd with that distressin
pain in the small of the brtck and llirou
th hips? a tef spoonful day of Helmbold's
iiucnu win relieve you-
PHYSICIANS AXD OTHERS
I mnka no Mcret of inyre lients. Helm
!-o Id's Extract luchu is composed of Buclui
Ctibebs, and Juniper Berries, clectei! with
great care, prepared iu vacuo and according
to rules ol
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY.
These ingredient are known us the inot
valuable Diuretics ailurded.
Is that which acts upou the kidneys
HESIBCID'S EXTRACT BITillJ
Is pleasunt in tasie and odor, free from all
injurious properties, and immediate in its
For TIIK BATIIFACTIOJI HC ALL,
See Medical properties contained iu Dispen
satoryof tiie U. S., of which the 'ollowiii(;
is a correct uopy :
"Bochu- lis odor is strong, diffusiv
end somewhat aromatic, its tule bitterish
and nnalojrous to that ofmint. It U gives,
elm Hy iu coiupluinls ol the Urinary Urgann
such as Gravel, Chronic Catarrh ol the blad
der, Morbid irtitation of the Bladder and
Urethra, Diseaies of the prostraie.aini Re
eution or the Incontinence of Urine, from
loss cf tone in the parts eoncerned in its
evocuatiou. 1 1 bus also been recumnipmled
in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rliemalisin, Culaue-
us Allectioiis, and Dioikv.''
FUli FURTHER lNl'ORMATION,
See Professor Dewees' valuable work on
the Practice of Phjsic,
See Remarks made by tho celebruUd Dr.
Physic, of Philadelphia.
Sec any uud all Standard wurks on Medi
L A K G E ST
IN TIIE WORLD.
I am acquainted with II-T. Helm!o!d;lic
occupied the drug store opposite my resi I
eiice' h nd was successful iu conducting the
tMisiui-ss wheieoihers had not been cqualiy
60 before him. I have been favorably im
pressed wilh his character and enterprise,
(Firm of i'owcrs & Weijrhtin'jn.)
Ninth and Brown St. Pnladelphia.
From tin riult)ielihla Evening liulkntin.
We are gratified to hear of the coi.timud
success in New York, of our townsman, Mr.
H. T. Ilelinbold, Druggists, His store, next
to the Metropolitan Hotel, is 23 loot from.
2'JO feet deep, and five stories in height.
It is certainly a grind establishment, and
speaks favorably of the merits of his articles
He returns his 'Office und Laboratory to this
citv, which are also model establishment of
The proprietor has been induced lo make
this statement from the fact that Ins runic
dies.although advertised, aro
And, knowing that the intelligent refrain
from using any thing perluining to quackery
or the Patent Medicine orde; inostof which
are prepared by self-styled Doctors, who are
toigornant to read a physician's simplest
preemption, much less competent to prepare
THESE PARTIES RESORT
various means ol cllerting sales, such as
opying parts of advertisements of popular
and linishmg witn certificates
The Science of Medicine stands SIMP LE.
PURE and MAJESTIC, having Fact for
its Basis, 'nduction for its Pillar, Truth
alone for its Capital.
A WORD OFCAUTIillY.
Health is most important: and the slRict
ed should not use an advertised medicine, or
any remedy, unless its eon ten is or ingredi
ents are known to others besides the mauu
facturer, or uneil they are satisfied of the
qualifications of ths part so offering.
FLUID EXTRACT BUBHU,
FLUID EXTRACT SARS.4PAUILLA
AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
Established upwards of 16 years.
Prepared bv II.T. HELMBOLD
HELM BOLL'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL
WAREHOUSE. 5H4 Broadwav. N.Y
An! HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT
104 South Tenth St. Philadelphia Pa.
SOLD BY At L DRUGGISTS,
Npvemb lh 1& lfr
Al'DITOKS S&LfS OF
SCHOOL fiiK US .
State of Ohio Vinton Count;.
THE undersigned Auditor of said Vin
ton county, will offer for sale, at pub
Jic auction at the door of the Court House,
in McArthur in said county on
Saturday the 16th day of Dxtmbtr 1865,
t one o'clock, P.M.. of said day. tin
foi'.'owinj discrilied Ken) Entitle sltu-ifd in
said cou'ity of Vinton, and township of
VYilkesvJ1. t-it; The wet ha!fof the
north west nuaner of S ". tion i u ii'ier six
teen,(16)ot" Town-lip iiuiiiIht eight, (8.)
mi Raiiceiiiiinb.'.ixieeil, (10.) containing
Eighty acre-, in r 'r l--s
Appr.iistd.at Five '.iilarsa?ul Fifty cent
Alsoth eisl hull of the U.rh -w-st
qii'irter, of Sei-rimi i ii'iiln-r ileti,-1 "')
in Toivii.hi) mriiii'-r cih! , (tf.) ol rn.'"1'
nuiiiber bixti-Pn, (Hi.) voii'jiiiiii:' e;irbt'
acres inoit? or In s.
Appraised at S ven D.d'hrs per acre,
A ho, the est hull ofthe uuilli cast
quarter, S.-ction. township and rang- afore
said containing eighty acres more or less
Appraised al eight dollars and fifty cents
per b. re
Also, the enst half of the north-east quar
ter of Section, township and r.tnj;e afore
said containing pight seres more or less
Appraised at the dollar ier acre
Eirli parcel of laud must biing the
apo-ni-pd value thereof
TERMS OF SALE, one twelfth in vcth
and the residue in 'eleven equal annual in
sialnipnts, with interest from the day ol
ale, to be paid mimutlly
11. C. MOORE.
Nov-iUSGA-C'-v Auditor V, Co, 0
S'.'7te of Ohio, Vinton County.
Clariaa Dowd, Plaiutirf, I In Court Common
ugaiust Pleas. Ordurot
Krvln E Dowd. Dofandaiit. J P:ilc, No. ?.
1)L'KSDANT to the command of an order of
snlnin thouhove cause to r o directed from
ho C'mrt of ''oinruon Plcim. of tl:o rit'orofui J
county of Vintun. 1 will oll'i r at public salo,
at tho door ct' the t' urt Ilouso. in the Town of
.McArthur, iu the al'oresuid county of Vluton,
caturday the 3rJ tfoi of Ducmler,
A. I). 1S65,
at thehnnrof 1 o'clnck p. v. of said day, tb
following described premise, to-wit:
lios'liiniiia for ths s imo Eleven chains ami
twenty links Ve.t of the North- Past vomer of j
S ctiun Number TbirV-'i'0 (fl"-! " rowimi in'
Ten 10 1 of Kiiiijr... Sixteen (M.) of Ohio Coin- i
piniv's I'm rebase; thence South Foity "ne (41
chains and Twenty Five 25) links; t'lenca I
Won Thir y Two( 32 ehnins and Ninety 9o I
links: thoncn North 1 ortT-Ono (41) chains
audi wcnty-Fivo(2KHinks;thp ice Ka-tTl.irty-1
Two (ii chairs and Scvsntv (70) links, toibo'
pliico of be fiunir l', rontaiiiinir c.no huii ired
and thirty-five 135) a res,mre or less.
iaKen as trie eronertv ot r rvin f.. Iinwd
to satisfy an oritur and ilocroo tf aforesaid Court
intavorot t larii.ii Dtw I.
Appraised at Two Thnnasand Six fTnn.htfl
Dollars and must bring two thirds of Jbat
TiiliMS OFRT.AE cash in lemd.
JOHN .;. SHCt'KKY.
Rheriff Vinton I'ounty, O.
Prattcn & Mayo. Att'ysfor 1111.
t.uvouiber itf, 1.165 5w
$tittei;f Ol ii, 1','ntnn Cuuntjn
.lobn i)ill. Th iniax K. I'ltlT-.l In Court of
I lay ward & Samuel Turret al Cuuiuuin
against I Pleas, ou
Benjamin Dill A her3 Pol'ts J Order Salo.
ulias Vuntli No i.
pl'I'SClNT to tho command of an order of
A nileiu the iilioye calls.-to me directed from
tho Court nf Common Pleas, of the aforsaid
county of Vinton, I will offer at public salo at
the door of the Court 'louse, in tho town of
MAeitlmr, in the aforesaid county of Vinton ou
Monday, the L'5h day cf Dceinbr
A. D. 1SA5.
At thj linur of one o'c ock, P.M., of raid dny
the folioiii I ni'ls aud ter.emenls to-wit: Oj
the north .end of outlet nuiu'ior two, (2,)
bi:ii2 a strip 'll' the north end of said I' t,
about nno hundred and twenty fect wide, and
all of said lot except that part or parcel con
voyed by Charles Hubliii-.s and Wife to Ihe Mnr
rieta Xr Clneinnnti KnilKoid Oompany, Also a
strip oil of the we.-r side of out-lot number
three, (8.) commencing at the line between
lots numbers tw.i and three ruiiiiiiit llicnco
ca.-t on ihe north hue of lot mtinbor hreo
until it intersects a lino ruinous sunlh
from tlio sousli west comer of In-lot inini
beriwelvo, (V?,) thenco smith about olio hund
red and twoi.ty foot uufil it into'sodi. ho est
and wcitliiie or th.-tt part of out-lot nuniber
two, (2,)conve)'ed as ubuvc; thence west to
th ssid divi.-i ii lino between lots nu.nb. r
two and three and thence north to tho ldace
of beginning, all ot'snid parts of lots lying and
beiinr in ltohbiiis addition to the town of
llumden Vintun county t).
The above a foret'oinir uarts of ln' number two
and three Wine al'l'r.ipod at, 4 nOO .
Also le -lot niunher A'xty-iiiae and Seventy
ii Pills Addition to sni-1 Town of Ilamden.
appraised at tl .Yi0,0i : ul-oln-lot number
Sovi'iity ouo in Dills Addition to said To.vi.
of Ilamden upi.raicd at S1S5 i0,
1 aken an tl;o proi cy of ll' iiianun Dill to
sntislv a jn lif tnient of aforesaid Court, in fa
vor ni juliu Dili, 1 nomas K. llaj ward & Sam
UilTarr others. Appraised as abvo nml
utist hrinir two-thirds of said npnraisincntj
1 LK MS UF SALE, cash -in hand .
J'MIX .1 SIIOCKEY,
D. S. Dana, Af'y for ITiI.
Nov. 23, lfJ5-6 Shff. V. Co. ().
Willis U-acli rllll 1 li Court of
vs f Common t'lea.
Randolph Frnzee. PefteJ Civil action
Admiui-trator of Ephraim Fraaoe dee'd i t al
Eliaiyl Frnzoo, Handolph Frazoo, Theudoro
Fra;e, Fremont Fn.zce, Warren Friiio and
Sherman Fraj e, in the State Ulinni will take
notice thnt Willi- Leach, of tho County of Vin
ton sn. I Piiteef Ohio, did en rho Fovcrtbdny
o' Nuvn,ber A. I). l-fi5. Hie his pi-tii.on in
t :eCcurt of t'oi' intn l kas within and forthe
Ukid (.'oiiutv ot Vin'on; r(fainl tie sai 1 Kliia
A. Fniioc Knnl'di h Fruzee, Tlieadoro Frunze.
Freuiant l'ruzee. Warren Fuocu. Sherman Fra
i.eand Dewitt C. Fnuseu Defendants totting
forth that Kpliraiin Finz-e. hilo in lil'smild to
the said paituiff, tho w.ait half of the nor li-e'.t
quarter, and tha north-east quarter, of tha
soi.th-west quartir. Also the c.it half of the
n '!h west quarter, (axcepr a strip twon'y rods
wide cstendinir across tho north nd. aid one
fontlb of an acre, enclosed filln.vi Y.ti
of Section number I incte.-n, ( Im ) in Township
uunibor ti'ii, (10.) and of Unrpu nemberscven
ton,(lT,)contaiuinv Two hundred and twenty-four
acres more w loss. That, the sid s.ros
ment to sell is in writin(f, signed scaled and ao
liyered to tie said i.laintilf bv thn ,.l,l
Ephraim Frazee, a' d d itcd Marcli "SO, lit .
The object and prayor of the aaid petition
arn Unit the mid contract ho s,,.!tipllo
performed, by the said
as the Iwir at luw and lojil nrrvsentativoa of
.ne nAivi uii,uioi r I H.t-t. RceB9Cl.
Tuestild le'llion, will bo heard at the noil
Term ofthe Court of Commm Ploa, within
and fjr said County of Vinton and S'ate of OMo
and that nnl'tn tho said defts. pi? ad or leiswere
by the 30h day of December A. P. lfttj the
several rnottor. nd things not forth therein
will be (ukeo m uunfessed .
OT,)18a5-T JJ -.BnupT Atty for
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO.
TwBSTT YBAR CoUHOB BoNDI IS SrjM Of.
Br'0. H00. 500, Au $1,000.
INTEREST SEVEN PER CKNT..PAYA:
IILE in the CITY of NEW YORK.
Mrliirile nml mtrrfst paya
610,000,000 to be Sold nt SIXTY CENTS
on the DOLLAR,
in U. S., Curicncy, thus yiwldina an i ter-
OSt nf TWELVE PER CENT IN GOLD, Or SEVEH-
, tkf.n peb cent in ct'KRENcy, at the present
j rute of premium on gold.
'The .Ut DESIR43LE INVESTMENT
ever OFFER KD,
JMF.5SE TRACT8 of MlNINO ARB Aom-
roLTt.' kal Lands, SisttPer Cent, of Port
Dues Ift'wwTB, and Taxes, in the State nf
Tamyuli-'a. audSA.1 .Lots Pot.isi, and tha
Puqiited Fai.t of the said States and the
General Gover ment are all Pleuoed for
the redemption of tttefe Bonds and payment
THE SECUHITV "IS AS PLE
30 in U.S. Currency will boy a 7 per ct
Gold Bond of .$50
t60 in U S. Currency will buy a 7 per ct.
Gold Bond of ft 1 00
$300 in U.S. Cutreiw will buy a 7 per ct.
"..Iln l r A -
UOlll U'llKI OI votiu
tOOO in U.S. Currency will buy a 7perct,
Gold Bond of $ 1, 000
LET EVERY LOVER OF RlTURLICAN IiiSTTV
TU.NS BUY AT LEAST ONE BOND
Circulars forwarded and subscription ie
JOHN W CORL1ES &Co , and
J.N.TIFFT, Financial Agent the Re
public of Mexico, 67 Broadway N.Y.
Subscriptions also received by Banks and.
Bankers generally throrji'hout the UuiteJ
November IftVh llrJtMJrao
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November 16th 1S65 6w
Sins. E. B. PUGH,
One dojr east of the M. E. Church,! Is
constantly receiving new additions to her
lare stock of
BONNETS. ' HATS.
Hiving in lier employ a full force of EX
PERIENCED ASSISTANTS, she is well
MAKE OLD BONNETS NEW
promptly, and neatly. Call and seeber
November 28rJ 186 3mt
Wood Choppers Wanle.d
I WANT a number of rood choppers,
wbou, will be paid the
HIGHEST CASH PRICE.
and paid promptly when tbe Wood 1 taker
111). Ttinh nr... A
l - ......v. WVU
n. 8. HAMILTON.
Tsaao AnnRKws. Ulsnairer.
William Rnys Estate
NOTICE is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed and du'v
qualified, as administratrix of the Estate o'f
Will Lam Ray deceased, late uf Vinton Coin
tv Ohio ;
'Nov.9,18C5-3r TACY RAY.