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WFFICIAI. OKQAR Of VUfTON COfJNTY.J
LOCAL DEPARTMENT
rOH IKJAL HOT10IB IEB rOUHTHFAGB
Til TB OAD TO WIAITH, la T ADTlaTIW
TERMS, PAT IK ID VANCE.
Settle Up.
AUj r-rna wharaUlabtad to ths nndsr
nirw I eitW h - r aaoounta on books,
or on tnj b at .f lr. Condoa A Imlnrer,
w'll nleaw Mil nlMHle'.tho sama Irnma.liate
lw. i'h c" din mnat he aottlad before tu
lit of Jjiiuuy, ISM.
Sovjui!ir3,l!H-3
Da. A. COHDEK.
tifDr. Ooodee & Ismlnfjer will contjpue
Ui i iycpioUl ittaiition to thoir Praotlce in
IU- r:l:xr aul vicinity.
roti.cat their old place, od North 8. near
Mr . A. J.Swalfna residence.
ATTENTION, 60LDIEKS I !
I n ishtosayto our returning soldiers
widows, sad heirs of deceased soldiers
tint I will attend to getting Iheir Back
1'jt. Bounties, and Pensions, end Local
Kounties; also, lor all who were tmpfis-
oncd in Scuthirn prisons commutation in
nioiv for their rations "hilst imprisoned
ami three months extra par; and I will at
tend to the collection of a!l jrther claims
mi the United States or State of Ohio.
Fee for each application from 5 to ftlO
oivina to the trouble and expense incur
rti. . A. BRATTON.
McArthur, Ohio.
iU 13. 18R5.
"Tun Vimti-m Kkoobd." rbi3 is
Ib'j title of a new paper, to be printed
on entirely new type, a successor to
tiie McArthur Dicmocrat. The
'iIkookd" will make its first appear
nci) on the first woek'in next month.
Shall a newspapor be sustained in
Vintou ? i9 the question.
Club ron Gody'i Ladys Book, is now
Being made up in this omce. any persons
wishing to subscribe, can call and hand in
their names. The winter nights are oil us
nd Ladies can have no better amuse nent
and instruction then reading this popular
Biagazine. We furnish it at the lowest
club rates.
Nkw York LttnosK.
We wish to have
largo club for the Ledger.
Those who art
subscribers will phase hand in their name
for 1866, and all others who ant this flue
family paper should (hand in their name
soon, as we whh to send on a large club a
the lowest club rates,
Attmtion Varus Am. Thero will
Iw a mating of the Veteran Soldiers
ofVinton county, at th;i CourtJIonso,
hrMnArt'iur, onri)uislay, Decem
ber 23, ;S6). All veterans i ro re
qiturred t Attend, as a ma'ter of
iinjiort.t'iCd ti them will be p'ioontod
I.t thoir consideration.
Mast Vetkkans.
Docembar, 7, ISllS, 3.
"Dt.u.Att VVekki.y" and "Vinton
TIicokd' We have :nado arrange
ments to furnish the New York Dol
lar Weekly, an ! onr paper, to onr
fitihacriboro ttt the very luw price of
$200 pir year, thus cflerii:g you
more r'lalin matter, than you can
possibly got in any otiier way for
the 6um of Two Dollars. The Dol
lar Weekly will bo published every
wook after the lar, of January 1866
printed on a double sheet, nearly as
large as the Ledger or Mercury, it is
devoted to unexceptionable Litera
ture for Family reading, with a view
to the literary culture of young ladies
and gents, for whose benefit it
columns are guarded with care. It
gives the current events of the times
fureign and domestic, improvements
of the day, reports of New York
markets, &c. only one page .to b8
taken up by advertisements. It is a
good paper and no roan or woman
will regret taking it and the Record
at 2,00. Send in your names for
both papers, with the money and
your I'ost otfice.
Special Notice,
WHISKERS. WHISKERS
Do yon waut Whiakors orionsUchcs? Onr
Gnoian'.Compotiad will force tuem to grow on
he smoothest 1'non or chin, or hair on bald head
in Six Weeks. Pi ice ( 1 ,00. Sent by mail any
where, eloaelv ne.iled. on reccip' of price.
Address, WARNER &CO., Box 133,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Feb, 16, '65 ly ,
HOWARD AS A TION'
PHILADELPHIA FA.
DISEASES OF THE URINARY AND
SEXUAL SYSTEMS new en I relia
ble treatment. aUo the BRIDAL CHAM
BER, an Essay of Weinio? and Induction
Bent by mail in w.jled eovelones, free of
charge. Address, ut. i, SKILL IN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, No.
S South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. 13th 1865 lyr.
NOTICE.
Daniel Nunnemaker, Guardian of the
estate of Jacob Dixon and William Dixon,
has fiied his accounts and vouchers in the
Probate Court of Vinton County, and Slate
of Ohio, for inspection and final settlement!
nd that the same will be for hearing, in
said Court on the 16th day of December
1865.
RICHARD CRAIG.
Nov. 30tb 1865 3 w .ProbateJudge.
IsAcular mmie, for ISO to 1800 each. Th rty.
ve Gold and I Silver M.daU, or other first pro-
III 1 U U1R . wuw" ......... - ...... ., v.bR iruo
Composed of highly concentrated extrarcta
from roots end herbs of the highest medical
value, iutsllibie in the cure of all di-ceiaes
of the Liver o; any derangement of the Di
gestive Organs, They remove all Impuri.
ties olthe Blood, and ara unequaled in the
cure of DiurrliGe, Jjundice, Dyspepsia. Scro
fula. Biliousness, Liver Cnmplant, Fevers,
Headache, Piles, Mercurial Deseases, Here
ditary Humors. Dos for adults, one pill in
Ihemon.ing children half a pill, From one
to three pills will cure ordinary cases, and
from one to three boxes w ill cure nv curea
ble case of no matter hnvv long standing:
Price $1 00 per box, Trade supplied or sent
by mail
v mott Talbot r m.d. Co
une 1st 1865-ly 62 Fulton St M Y
Tirs Grovesteek Phiio Fobte b ill re
tain its precedence and great poMultuity,
and after undergoing irraduul improvements
for a pesiod of 30 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 frame, over strung bass, seven octave,
rosewood pianos we are wiling cheaper by
from 100 to 6200 than the same style and
finish are sold by any oihr-r first class ma
kers in the country. Dealers and all in
want of good pioanos are invited to send
for our Descriptive Catalogue, which con
tains photKrnphs of our diil'erent styles, to
gether with prices. No one should pur
cqase a piano without seeing this Cata
logue. 31edals, ill nost without number,
have been awarded lotheGrovesteen Piano,
and at the Celebrated World's Fair, though
put in competition with othor Irom all
pnris of Kurope and the U. S., it took the
highest award.
I Established 1835
GKOVESTEEN CO.,
499 Broadway. New York.
jJ7Hii- '
Editor or Democrat With tour per-
mltfi-ioii I widh to say to the readers of vour
paper, that I will send, by return mail, to
all who wish it, (free) a Recipe, with full
directions for making and usin? a simple
vegetable Balm, tnat will ellectually re
move, in ten Jim, Pimples, Blotches, Tan.
Freckles, and all Impurities of the Skin,
leaving the siie o,i, clear, smooth and
henutiful.
I will also mail free to those having bald
heads, or bare faces, simple directions ami
iiiCiunmiion thit will enable them to start
a full growth of Luuriuut Hair, Whiskers,
or a Moustuche, in less thin thirty days.
All implications ai swered by return in nil
without charge.
Respectfully yours,
THOS. F. CHAPMAN, Chemist,
831 Broudway, New York.
free. Addreae, HA8UN HAMLIN, Buton.
or MASON BROTHiSUS, New York.
aept.l4-5-lj
Dr. TALBOTT'S PILLS
To Consumptives. The undersigned
having' been restored to health in a few
weeks by a very simple romedy, after hav.
ing suirered several years, with a severe
lung alTei lion and that dread disease,
CoiiBiimpJiim is anxious to make known
to his fellow BiiffHrKrs the means of cure.
To all who desire it, t e will kend a copy
of the prescription used free of charge
with the directions fvr prepn-iiig and using
the same, which they wiil h.itl a jure cure
lor Cunsumotioit, Asihmn, Bronchitis.
Coughs, Culdr,&c. The only object of :he
advertiser in sending the Prescription is lo
ue.iem i tie atliicteit, ami spreaii mrorination
which he conceives lo be in-'clu ible, and
he hopes every auflVrer will try his remedy
as it will cost them nothing, and may prove
ng, and may
a blpesing.
Parlies wishing the
pleaso ndil rem
Rev. ED WARD
prescription, will
.WILSON,
Kings county,
New York.
A. & C.
Williamsburg,
October 'J6, 1865-3m
.1 Gotih, Cold or Sore
Throat,
RrQUIRES IMMKDIATE ATTFNrioN. ASU
8HUULD BE CHECKED, lr ALLOWED
TO CONTIHUE,
Ikkitation ok thb Luno3. a I'krma
NKur Throat Affection. or
an Incurable Lunq
Disease
IS OFTSN THS RE0DLT.
BYOWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHEES
HAVING A DIRECT INFLUENCE TO THE PARTS,
OIVE IMMEDIATE RELIEF.
For Bronchitis, Asthma, (Jatarah,
Consumptive and Throat Diseases,
TROCHEES ARE
USED WITH
SUCCESS.
ALWAYS GOOD
Singer? and Public Speakers
will find Tbocees useful in clearing the
voice when taken before singing or speak
ing, and relieving the throat after an unu
al exertion of the vocal organs. The
Trochees are recommended and prescribed
by Physioians, and have had 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 in various parts of the world, and the
Trochees are universally pronounced better
than other articles.
Obtain only "Brown's Bronchial Tro
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
box.
October 36. 1 865-6 m
A CARD TO INVALIDS,
A Clerevman while residing in Sonth Amer
ca as a raiamonary, discovered a sale and sim
ple remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness,
Earl; Decay, Disease ol the Urinnry and
Seminal Organs, and tbe whole t-ain of dieord
dera bronghtenby baneful and Vkioni habl.'a.
Great ncmbeia have been alieadv enred by thin
noble remedy. Fromylad by a deiire to ben
fit tae iffllcted and unfortunate, I will aene
tbe recipe for preparing and usin tills nudi
c'ne.in a sealed envelope, to my one who needs
It, Fbk of Chabob.
Please inclose a post-paid eevelope, address
ed to yourself.
Address
JOSEPH T. IXMAir,
Station D. Bibli Hopbi,
Jfra. 16h 1865 Jyr. New YorkCfff
'.
HOLIDAY GIFTS.
GREAT ATTRACTION!
Great Seksatioj!
Watches, Clocks. Chains. Diamond Rrng
Meludeons. Sewing'ftl&chiues, Painoe,&.
OJE lIILLIOXJCLLiRS TOTBj
TO BE DISPOSED OF
One Dollar Uacli ! I I
Without regard to value ! Not to bo pxld
for until you know what you receiva I
Splendid List of Articles, ail I to bo
Sold for One Dollar Each I
100 Clocls (French)8 a d 21 day
clocks, ranging from....0toS50 eack
100 Piuaos. of tbe beat inann-
larture .If.o arm --j-
250 Sewing Machines, of tbe
otn n oejma"fotiire S0toI50eaek
jw uomr uniu Hunting-care
t . ,r "V V 50 to 150 each
ju wui uum ana enamel-
o ""'"'ntr-ca-o wutche 85 to 70 each
avu uenih- iiuiiuiiK-cai,e til--
orn n VOr wI",,;h"" 35 to 70 each
2C0 Diamand Kings ,nt urn
uum okv ornicit clmins- i to 3') e.cli
u-'w w.t.uuuuu iiraceioifl. .. ..
20UU C'lianleline dmUit ad
Uuard Chaina
7000 SolUaire & Gold Brooohea .
50UU L'oral, Opal and Emerald
llrooclies
5000 Moniao, Jet, Lava & Floren
to 10 each
i to 20 each
4 to 10 each
i to geaca
biuarnr Lropt. .. ...... ..
75PO Curul, Opal and Emorold far
4lo 6 each
jnnn t'oin. ,:. n: t n "w oacn
"IUI' A .A a ,
3000 Gold For. Vent Watch Lev. i vit a . k
UlllH. ... DCnt.lA.. L
....... luuvO-DUUOlH,
3O00 GoldTbimbKl'onoil-o.... 4to iTJh
10.0 Miniature Lock....... ll Zl
,Xrn?:L.-:'L"r I" " 20 each
; X , r. ;,,'",'lF'.c,".ro'",e.o-' 2 to Seach
juuu rmin wcia Kilitfi, 4 to 10 .K
sum iio iueaoh
100..0 Stone A Sionet RiV,".'. V J.1.
l.T'"1 diamond Kin,... 2 ,o w
700U
Suta LudieM'
and Gold
wuweiry jet
8000 Set Ladiea Jewolry-Carnoo,
Pearl, Opal a othersronea-
10000 Gold -ens, .ilver Extension
Iloldors and renoilii
10000 Gold pens and Gold Mount
ed lioldors
6 to 15 each
4 to 15 each
4 to 10 each
a f a i a -i
5000 "
KxtentlonHoldV-lSto 2 each
tin mi i H , , CWUMfn
S-raawssttssa
unuioii um tie'. 15uck n.. .. . n .. .l
Cum tors
2000
" Fruit. Card n,l
15 to 50 each
Butlo's
ako
5000 dozens Silver Toa Spoons.
1 iiitiu, i. m . i . ..
-20 to 50 each
-10 to 20 p, d.
luuie rjpoon 4
2ooo
J. A.
in contioqiience 01 uie ereat itunnii.. V
trade in the Mannfact-iring S&fl
- K,..U, . ,,8u M nwniiy 01 valuable Jow
I.. V.; I "" , ",r "a European mar-
?"V V;:,.-. '"r'1,l m the conntr
,v"" '".i".uiMl HAMILTON a, Co
iiuiiiiK aa Agent ior ine pr no nil F,...
GREAT GIFT DISTRIBUTION !
Subject to tiiu following reiulalion-
v.."..;iD 01 iub vanona art c ea are first
L ' , ' :: 7" UP an, : and
....Mv,u.u.,s ,Baauul WKnoilt re,ur,t
choice, and srnt by mail, thus given all a lair
banco
sue what you are to have
.... .Uv.o,H ,i, uij certinoate, you will
op ion to -end the dollar and take tie article
not. rurchasirs may thus obtain a ,no, Mo
odoon, bdwm,; .VlaoluneH.Gold watch, Uiamot
uu inon i- is at your
or
-Mot-
. . " . .. . ".ivii.immnnn
I : i
,lii, - 1 ..wui uoi ior one
IWIlXUmilT SlOIJawnru n ,. I! .. r ...
Seiul 25 Ct-iiis for Certificate
man ironsaotlon, hy ,. ai)We sba'l charge for
becncl.1sod when the curtiHoa-e 1. sent for Tin
corulicaica will bo scut for 1, ele-en fop ia
thirty for five dolls, aixty-fl.o 'foi ten " doltop.'
and 100 for Alteon dollars. aoiiapa,
AGENTS. We want agonts Inovery town tnt
county in conntrv, ua those acting as such
will be allowed lOcentt on avV ' ch
rvmittancc
;,,:"".": "w'" collect ct,
e'Uher iu cash or poataffa
remit 15 ots. to us,
'"k1!".?-!0!;? & Sf' wi" entitled Z
".niiiW, agonig re-
u..u..- itniuu, anaalso
cutos.
200 certifl-
IMeas write yonr Name, Town, County and
otate plainly, and addroKH all order to
HAMILTON & CO..
Agents for Foroign Americnn Manufac'a
Salesroom. P.o aox 5675 nkw tore
86 Liberty Street. Nov.2865-8mo
LEGAL NOTICE.
Sute of Ohio, Vinton Cuunly.
Tncy Kay Administratrix! In Probate Court
of William Kay dee'd Nut. I Potition to sell
vs I Lands to pay
J B.Kimball & Co. et al DftsJ Debu.
Joshua B. Kimball and Aaron Kimball, part
ner under the name and style of J. B. Kimball
fe Co. who reside in the Btcte ofMassachnsette
and Samuel Wilson, Martha, Mary, Sarah A.
Armianda A. and Joseph G. Ray, minor heirs
of William Ray deceased. Will take notice that
Tacy Kay administratrix of the eatate of Wil
liam Ray deceased, on the 2let day of Novem
ber 1865. filed her petition in the Probate Court
within and for the sold ceunty of Vinton, alios
Ing that the personal estate of said deceased is
inmdicientto pay his debts and (he charges or
admiuistring his estate; that he died seized
in fee simple of the following described real
estate, situated in said Vinton county, to-wit :
The south-east quarter of the south-east quar
ter, and the north-east quarter of the south
east quarter,of Section number twenty-flve,(25
in township number ten, ( 10,) of range nnra
bor nineteen, (19,) and the north-east quar
ter of the north-east quarter, of section num
ber thirty-six, (86,) in township and range
aloreaaid, containing one Hundred and twenty
acres.
Also eighty acres known as tbe Montgomery
traetto-wi;: 1 he south-west quarter ot the
south-east: quarter, of Section number twenty-
five, (25,) in Township number ten j (JO.) of
Range number nineteen, (19,) and the north
west quarter of the north-east quarter, of Sec
tion number thirty-six, 36,) in Township and
Range aforesaid. That 1'aey Kav petltionei ia
entitled to dower and a homestead in said prem
ises. That aaid J. B. Kimball & Co. have a
lein on said realty by virtneot Levy on execu
tion from Common Pleas Cburt, of said county
ofVirton, made on May 9th 1859, thatafore
sa.'d minor heirs of William Ray deceased have
the next estate of Inheritance therein. The
Prayer of aaid Petition ia among other things
for the assign! en t of dower and homestead to
said Tacy Ray, petitioner, outofthe 120 acre
traot, of said realty: That aaid Kimball & Co.
and the said heirs at law may answer, the earn
and for sale of said premises, subject to i-uch
dowerand homestead estates, for the payment
of the debts and chargea aforesaid.
Said petition will be for hearing on the 18U
day of January 1866, or as soon thereafter as
eouna can be heard.
TACT SAT,
By B ration & Mayo, tea A Mm :
"fc bmN. (Km wtwti m fnvt,
far U tbmmuAm Ctarst b ?'
and
aave been Introduotd to tfw pnb'io for mrrv
iuaa eix years, ana nave aoiiuirea -o
Gar exceed! og any Family Medicine, of .
litnilar nature in the market
An tppreoiating publio was not long in
ouwvering uiey poaaessoa remartaxie
and henot tl-eir
and eontequent profit to the rtopnntor, ttiv
eaBoiiDg mm w rij ena
of dollars each rear U avli frtU'na thah
3 i , , 1 . .a
menu, amu puousning uv.
which have been showered upen him from
The peculiarity of the
S.00 VvitXCT Otw "VvW
Is that they strike at the rot of Disease,
by eradicating every partiel. if impurity
"v ve. "S.oo,
for the life and health of th. body depends
noon the curfrr of th ) blood.
If th. Wool s po;S)ned, th. body drag
mt I miseraDis existence. I hese mexu.iaea
for oi rioj;
flbpoula, Ruphi'.iM,
Bkin, (Pisttxaet, Old Btrta,
Bait Ifhtum, Jhtut atism,
(Dyspepsia, Biak lleadaoh.
Liver Complaint, Ftvtr and jigv,
Lxoorrmi FtmaU Gimplainta,
Eryaiptloa, Bt. JlntHiiy'a Firt
Tumor, Eruption,
Fit a, florofuloua Conaumpti r., tin.
5
ONE person writ?s, her dangbterwas cured
f hts ol nine years' strnding, and Bt Vitus
danee of two years.
ANOTHER writes, bis sua was cure
after his flesh hed almort w istet away.
The doctors pronoun ted ie wse menra
bla ANOTHER was eursdof FrrerandAgnr
after trying evory medicine in his reach.
ANOTHER was eared o Fever &t
which had existed fourteen yer.
ANOTHER of liheu natism of eight yeare
Cases innumerable ol Dysper sia and Lives
Complaint could b. mentioned in which iV
Purifier and Till.
Yoxk,Wm, a CWvfwv.
aro the most aotiv. and thorough pills tha
avo over oeen introaucea. .
They act so direotly upon the Liver, exert
ing that organ to such an extent as that tht
system docs not relnpeo into its former con
dition, which is too ap to be the oase witl
simply a purgative pal
TTiey .re really a
whioh, in conjunction with th.
will onr. all the aforementioned diseiuea
ana, or tnemaelves, will relieve and our.
Haodaoh, Coativentaa,
Oolio Pa.iiv, Choltrn Jlorbua,
Indigeation, (Pain in A oiuala,
Qizzineaa, ato.
Try thai, me lioine, and yon will n.vet
reerei is.
Ask yonr neighbors, who Irave need them
ana they wul .ay they an
and yon should try ihem tefiri going for I
physioian.
Get a Pamphlet o Ahaanao of mv loaau
veent, and read th. ee rti 9 a area, and If woe
I , I . , .
uaro ever aoaotea yon win
Ai oroof lhl Um Block! PnrUVrniA nilimimh
oUbl, I bar th psrtlflcataa rl Um (mlnarl chaia
na, rronaaon uuiin of fl. I., a ia lorka or ClbCunaU
Bad Dr. Bobaek's Indal VoIIom aad rWilSmt nh
llihad h a eowpicnous part of this ayvt rrom Us to
Prim ut U SeaBdlnarlaa TttjvtatiV B'ood ParlBw, f
un. muw tun, av wnia par vol, m o fnii ior f I.
Prlaclpai Oroc and (talnroom. No. 4 lut Ponrlk Si.
M BdIIiIIdc rrons Ma.a Bt Olnoliasti. t Lalnraton
...1.1- U I I Dill- aa - . . . . ..
Ha II Haaaxd 8irwt,
FOP SALE BY
Old and young should use
STERLING'S
BRO
FOR
The Hair.
It prevents or stops tho Hair
from falling; Cleanses, Beautifies,
Preserves, and renders it Soft and
Glossy, and the Head free from
Dandruff.
It is the best Hair Dressing and
Preservative ia the world.
Sterling's Ambrosia
Manufacturing Comp'y,
sole proprietors,
NBW YORK,
Cin.
oy
JOHN DATJGtlERTY'S ESTATE?
NOTICE Is hereby given that (ha aubioribe
has been appointed and qnaifled adminis
trator of the estate of John Daugherty, lata tl
Vinton county, deceased
KeT.80thl8Alv JAKXSDAUGIIEKrr
of
AUDITORS SALE OF
8 C II O O I, LANDS
Stat of Ohio Vtwton Cwnly.
THE undesigned Auditor of aaid Vin
tin cuunty. wii; cfUrlr-r tale, it pub
lie auction at the door f tl t Court House,
in McArthur in said couuty on
Saturday tht 16th duy of Dmnher I860,
M one o clock. P. M.. of said ilav. the
following iliscrihed Real Erlate iitnid
faiil cou ity of Vinton, and low iiahin
Wilkemlle, to-wit; The weft half of the
north west quarter of Sertion numt-er sii
ieen,(io.;oi J ownship number eight, (b.)
in nanje numoersixieen, (18,) containing
cjiguiy arres, more or ies6.
Appraised at Five ToIIum and Fifty rent
prr acre.
Also the east half of the norii-res
quarter, of Seriiiiiimiiiibfr sixteen. (ifO
in 1 ownship number eit hi. (8.) ol rniiup
numoer sixteen, (16.) containing !!.: ,-
acre, more or le s.
Appraised at Seven Dollar per acre
Also, the west hall of the north eHsl
quarter, bection. IOWin.hn and r,,n .-,,..
saul containing eighty seres, more or less
praised at e:giit dollars and fifiv cents
per acre
Also, the east half of the norlli.ensi nn nr.
ter of Section, towimhi n Mini rHtitrp itrm.
snid ronlaininrr eitrht
Appraised at fiie dollar, per acv
Each parcel of land must biinir the
ipn'aieeil value thereof
TERMS OF S.tLE.one two'fih in rftch
and the residue in elwn eoual annil:! in.
stalments with Interest from thedavof
lie, lo be pdid annuallv
H.' C. MOORE.1
Wov 2 1S65-6W auditor V, CoTO
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Statttf OMi. Vinltm r,mtity.n
John Dill. Tlmmai-E I'lttTx. In Court of
May ward & Samuol Turret al
avainst
I fleas, on
Benjamin llill orhers Tel'ts j irder Sale.
alia Vuudi No' 2.
PURSUANT to the command of an ordorof
ale in the above vaus. to me directed from
tne court of Common l'la. of the afri,t
county of Vinton, 1 will offer at publio sale al
me aoor or the Court Huuho. in the town of
Acnnnr, in the aforesaid cuunty of Vinton on
Monday, the 55li duy of Decmh:t
d. u. ma.
At the liour of one o'u nek. P.M.. of asid lv
the fullowiiiir lamia anil tsndmnnta tn wit? li
the north end of out lot number two. (IA
beinfra atrip off tho north end of said let,
about one hundred and twenty fnHt wi.ln. nn.i
all of said lot except that part or parcel i-on-veved
by Charles Ki.bhli.aand wife to ihe Mur-
rietaA Cincinnati RuilR.
strip otf of the west aide of out-lot number
three, (8,) commencini at the line betweta
lots numbort two and three running thence
cast on Ihe north line nr lot mimluir liree
until it inlorsecta a line rnnning south
from the BOUh t n,nr ol' In. lut I, inn.
ber twelve, (12,) theiue)outh about one hund
red and twer.ty fee: until itlnte -sectb ho e ist
and wait line o' that part of out-lot number
two, ( 2.') conveyed aa ahm-p: tli Hnea went Itt
Hit said div'-i.n line between lntsnu.nbtr
two and three, and thnnin nnrth to tbe iilmA
of beyinuinif, all of said partsof lots lyioirand
heintr in Kobhins addition to the town of
tlamden VinUm oountv O.
The above Aforegoing parts of lots number two
uu uneo oeing apprised at 4 OfO 00.
Also In-lot numhflf .vtT.nlnn anil flatAntv
la Iiills Addition to said Town of Hamden,
Hiiliraiscd at tl 500.00 : also In-lot iiiimher
seventy-one in Dills Artlinn to mid Towl
ot namoen appraised at ai85.oO,
iuKen as the Dromrii of Keniamln nut tn
KBiiBiy a ju.ieeincn: of afuresaid Court. In fi,
vor.nf John Dill, Thomas E. Ilaj ward & 8am-
ne, farr others. Annraled fia nrt..vu nn1
uat Jiring Uo-Lh.rdtf ofwid appraibmonU
1 .KMS OF SALE, ensh In linnd.
, JOHN J SHOCKEr,
HD. S Dana, iti'y for 1'1'lf.
ov. 80, Sfl5-f3w ghff. V. Co. O
TAX-NOTICE.
rilHE iaws of Ohio require that one half
X ol all '.he lnxes charged on the dupli
cate be paid on or before the 20th day ol
uecemoer ana me remainder on or before
the 20th day of June ensuing. In caseol
default ip the December payment ol lax on
Chattel property, whole of said Tax becomes
due and (lie irea surer is required to proceed
by Distraint or otherwise, to aoilect the en
tire Tax of the year, with penalty of five
per ceetum anu costs on collection. Keal
estate on which - taxes remain n una id for
no4, win oe eoiu me tnird Tuesday ot Jan
am a III L. .11 .1 . i . am . r
uary next for such unpaid Taxes and the
entire laxes of 1365. The Book- are now
in my hands, to receive Taxes at the Trea
surers omce McArthur.
DAVID FOREMAN.
Nov. 30th 1865-4W Treasures V. Co.O,
TAX-NOTICE. MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
TIME TABLE.
FROM December 3rd 18R5, Traina will
leave Stations named as follows :
GOING EAST.
StaY ions, i Mail.
Nioht Express.
Cincinnati 1.8:45 A
M.;
10:00
11. OS
2:22
8:49
4:02
4:14
4;2A
4:38
4:54
8:27
P.M.
t. i.
A.M.
A. M.
A, M.
a. M.
A.M.
A. M.
A. M.
A. M.
Loveland,
Chilioothe,
9:5S
1:15
2:49
3:15
8:23
3:40
3:52
4:07
P. M.;
P. M.;
P. M.;
Cin. Furnace,
Hamden,
MoArthur,
Vin. Furnace,
r. M.;
P. M.;
P. M.:
P.M.;
P. M.:
Zalexki,
Hope Station,
Marietta,
7:47
GOING WEST.
Mail.
Stations.
NlOIIT EXPRES,
7:00 P.M.
10:4S - "
11:04 " "
11:18 " "
11:30 "
Marietta, o:8
Hope Station, 10:29
A. H.;
Zaleski. 10:43
Vin. Furnace 10:67
MoArthur 11:09
Hamden 11:23
11:48
12:04
1:27
4:40
6:45
Furnace 11:41
A M.
A.M.
A.M.
A. M.
Chillioothe
Loveland
Cincinnati
1:15 P.M.;
4:45 P. M.:
5 :50 P. M.
Trains
connect at Tlamden
1th
Mail
train, to and from Portsmouth Ohio
Deoemoer 7tn 1865 tr
Notice Trespassing Animals
ALL persons owning stock tuning at
large, are hereby notified to keep their
Horses. Mules. Cattle. Sheen. Swine an, I
Geese, off ofMhe lands owned or occupied
tne vin toil iron ioaiuompany, situa
ted in Vinton Couuty, Ohio, As said Com
pany will prosecute all owners or keenera
aaid animals' trespasisng on their land?.
Y1IUUN IKON & COAL Co. .
; By AltCH N0RBIS,
JJtc 7th 1865-3W Manager
miajMinitoii
nf
$30,000,000 LOAN
OP THB
REPUBLIC OF MEXICO.
Twrsrv rr Coipow Ponvi ra'Suir. ot.
8-0. IIGO.ttoo, ad 8I.CC0.
(mtf.:u:s r ssvkn pj-.r cknt., paya:
i;i li in .he CITY ol ZF.W YORhv.
rrinriplr and lutcrial paya
ble I ii fi OLD;
10 0C0 0C0 io be Sold nt SIXTY CENT3
oil the DOI.LAK,
in U. S., Cuneucy, tints yielding an fier
est afiwri.VF.rrr. cnt in cud, i r mta.
t:ii r Kit ctr m ctrstNir, at the pretent
rale nf pri 'iiiiiin on piid.
llie::ort J)lSll!43I.E INVESTMENT
eer OFFER KD,
Imlsss Tracts of Mini.no akb Anm.
cultural Lands, ?ixtv l'i a fiur. ui j0J,T
Outs iMpnsrs, anil Tx, i.i tlto Slniia ifi
Tauvclifas oiiUSas I.uuPuf si, mt! ih
Plighteu Fa nil of the (.aid Stales and ihe.
(ilHaiiAL Uovehsukkt are ai l I'nucr.D fur
the r-(lnnptioii of lliee Bonds and nniinwnl
of interest.
r ie si:ci!i.iTi'i.nri.n
630 in U.S, Co-rency will buy a 7 i er et
R..I.I I) I 'r
Gnld Donil iif 50
60 in U 8. Curreurv will buy a 7 per et
Gold Bond of ICO
3C0 in U.S. Cm II' V villl)lla 1 nurrl
Gold Bund o! t5( 0
1600 in U.S. Currency will buy a 7 ri ct
Gold Hond of 1.000 3 1 '
Lf.TEF.IIV Lover l- Hi. pnni.ir.n
Tirnis'iuT at i.F.AfT I NE Riivn
J Circulars lurwarded and stibstriptiun n
jOHX W CCRLlE.S&Co.and
J.N .1 1 i FT, Fiiibih ial Agent the Re
public of Avx i, 0, 67 BroHdwky S.Y.
Siibrtcripii.ins alMi receivctl by Bank, aud
Bdiikcis gfiicrally inrou-hout the Uuitad
Sidle?,
Nuvembor lGtfc 86j-Sih9 j
it glanuine for ftc Ciints
Peterson's JIagazine !
DOODLE SIZtTToLORED 8TEKL
FASHION PLATES.
THIS popular monthly Marina n M
be crreatly impiovt d lor 18ES. It win
contain
One Thousaro Taorj!
fourTERs Sci.rsi)toSTrf.!,PuTE,!
Twti.vs Mammoth Fashion Plitb!
Twst.VE CoLOflFD PiTTtRSs!
INine Hundrid Wood Cuts!
Twf.NTr-KouR Paces of Music!
All this ill l.e civen for onlv rwn i.
LARsa year.or a ilollnr less thsn Miiffaziuas
of thn class of "Pel 'rson." Jig
THRILLING TALES & NOVELETTr?
Are the best pnhlhed anywhere. 4l
the most popuW writers ,t Mni 1 ,
allv l,,r eierFon." In I6f6 iu
adtlition to its usual quantity ofshott sinr
les FOUR ORIGINAL COPVfiicHT NOVELM1
will be given, bv Ann S.S.epheiis Frnnlt b e
Uenetlut, the aulhor of "Susan L's l)ii,r- "
hnd the author of '-The Second Life '' It
also publislic.
MAMMOTH COLORED FASHION
P LA TEH.
ahead of all others. Thesa pluv vill h
engraved on steel, twicethe v-rtx. piisf..
and will contain from four to six fimir'-
They will be superbly rolorcd. Also, h imt
tern, from which a Dres, Miintille. or
Child's Dress can be cut out, withtutih
the aid of a mantau-maker. also, several
pages ofhouse-hold and other Receipts
ltti tAnee6t Ladies Magazine
tu Word.
THV IT FOK NE FE1B
Terms alwavs in advahcf..
One copy, one year $ j
Five copies, one year h
Eight copies, one year- yj
Fourteen copies, one year 10
in
03
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Premiums for Gfttino tjp Clb s.
To every pet?on getting up a club of rW,
eight or fourteen, at the above rates, a copy
ol the Magazine will be given gratis.
Address post-paid,
,CHARLES J' rETERSOH,
t 30G Chestnut St. Philadelphia m.
Specimens sent gratis when writ'.eu for
November 16lh 1865 6v
FUKN1TUKE !!
furniture I ll
UORTON asd UULBEISf,
At E. P. Botliwell'a Rio.,,4
igh btreet.
SScArtliiar5 r
HAp lmQr b?"8ht 0,,t ,h Slock, (4
E. t. BolhlVMll. nJI, -V. '
NEW STOCK OF
FURNITURE,
Bureans, Bedsteads. TbU
OhairB, Settees, Rockerr
and every other article in tba
FURNITURE LINE 1
All of which we will
SELL CHEAPER
than at any other establibmeot i th rotm.
Call and ciamina our Work aud war
yourselves.
fjCJ"All Work warranted.
PARIS HORTON,
- K. U HULUfci;. ,
iwpt.Jf, IMS-Cm

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