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patterns of Drtsset, Cfcaka, B&nnots, Embroid
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Wheeler A Wilson' Sewing Machines given m
premiums, 'fend 1J ets for a sample copy to
Pmcow A TtTiwow, 3l9WsInntt.',rhiU.
ISrThe-Mion.nmlin Cabinet Qgans,
foray differ! a4yle,; adapted ' lo 'ssored and
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t Errors of YwutU.
A Gentlemen who suffered Tor years from
Krus Docility, 1'renikUire Decay, and all
the effects of ytutbfnl Jnditcrctlon, .ill, for
sake of suffering humanity, tend freetoallwho
need It, tlie) receipt and directions for making
the simple. remedy by which lie wis curod.
Sufferers wisuirg to profit by the advortiscr's
experience, can UOto by address rig
JOHN B. 00 DEN.
no, 13 Ciiamtort St., N.
; "' To Consumptives. .','
The advertlsr, having been restored to health
Id a few weeks by.a vory simple remedy, alUr
baving suffered forsevoral years with a severe
lung alfecCon, and that dread dinette, Con
sumption is scxiona to make: known to his
follow-iufferers the means of cure.
To all who doire it, he will send a copy of
ma, prescupuon ueu, tree ot charge, with the
diTectlous fir preparing and using tho sumo,
which hey will And a sure enro for Consump
tion, asinma, itronenma, lougus, Lotus, and
all Throat and Luns Affections. The on I v oh.
Ject of the advertlsor in sending tho Prescrip
tion is 10 oontnune amictea ana spread inlor
taation which he eonoeives to be Invaluable,
and be hopes every sufferer will try Visromedy,
aa it win uusi mem nuiuing and mayprovo a
blessing. -n - i . . .
1 Parties wishing the Prescription, tree, by
return mail, will please address,
Kev. EDWA12D A. WILSON,
William tbur eh, Kings Co.. N . V.
January 11, 136d-ly.
Slrmtge but True.
Every yonng lady and gentleman In the
Unitd States can hoar something very much
t their advantage by roturn mail, froo of
charge, by addr 'suing the undersigned. Those
having any fears of being humbugi ed will
oblige by.not noticing this card. All othort
will pleasf addreis their obedient sorvant,
THUS. K. CJ1APM AN,
jell-ly. 831 Broadway, N. V.
Do yon want Whisker or SloutttnchisJ Our
Grscian'.Compound will force them to grow on
he smoothest face or chin, or hair on buld heads
in Six Weeks. Piiee f 1,00. ' Sent by mall any
where, closely sealed, on rccoiji" of price.
Address W AKFEK & CO., Box 133, Brooklyn
KewJTork. , , , , , . fcbl6-ly
Dr. T ALB OTT'S PILLS
Composed ofliiglily concentrated extra rets
fiom roots and herbs of the highest medical
value, inlallibie in the cure ol all deceases
of the Liver o; any derangement of the Di
gestive Organs, ' They remove all Impuri
ties of the Blood, and ra unequaled in the
cure of Diarrhffi, Jjundice, Dvjpepsia, Scro
fula, BiliouneB8, Liver Ci mplant, Fevers,
Headache, Piles, Mercurial Deseases, Here
ditary Humors. Dom for adulu, one pill in
the moiLing children half a pill. From one
to three pills will cure ordinary cases, and
from one to three boxes will cure eny curea
ble case of uo matter how long standing
Price 91 00 per box, Trade supplied or sent
by mail" "
V MOTT TALBOTT 51. D. Co
unc 1st 1865-ly 62 Fulton St NY
A Coujli, Cohl, or Soro Throat,
Rrquires immediate attfntion, and
. should be checked. Ir allowed
' TO COHTIRUE, ' ;
Irritation of the Lcnos, a Perma-
HEN tTh BOAT AfFEOTIONOR iN In
CURABLE LCNO DlBEASE.
" IS OfTtlt rns RESULT.
byown;s : bronchial trochees
AVINO A DIRECT (iffLUENCE TO THE PASTS,
. . . 01VS IMMEDIATE BELIEF. .
For Bbonchiti8, Abthma, (Jatauah,
Consumptive and. Throat Diseases.
TROCHEES ARB USED WITH ALWAYS GOOD
8ikoer8 and PobLio Speakers
.will fiud Trocees useful in clearing the
voice when taken before sinking or speak
ing, and relieving the throat after an unu
al exertion of the vocal organs. The
Troche are recommended snd prescribed
by Physioians, and have had testimonials
from eminent men througout the country.
'Being'rfii article of true merit, and having
proted theft efficacy by a test of many
years, each year finds Idem in new locali
ties in various parts of the world, and the
Trdchee "a re unfverss' Iff pronounced better
than other artttfes. 1 ' ; " 1 '
Obtain only "Brown's Bronchial Tro
heea,"and'do not take my of, tlier Worth
leas Imitations that may be offered.
Sold everywhere in the United States.
anffin Foreirn Countries, at 35 cents per
Lewis Item j 8 Will.
"VTOTICHia herebx given that ou. tha 3ih day
ll . of kDctch 186s, thaanderrlfrned was duly
appointed and qualified os administrator with
the Will ancxtcd of the. estate of Lewie Remy
lata of VlntbrrCotiflty, deceased. ' And the legs
tees under said Will, or their legal representa
tives are hereby notified to present their differ
ent claim to me for allowance ant settlement.
LEWIS A AT WOOD. Administrator
with the Will annexed of the Eatate of Lewis
Bemy Deceased. Alar. 29, 88 8w
' John Kennedy's Estate.
VTOTICE. John K Kennedy Executor of the
aA estate ef John Kennedy, lata of the
county of Vinton, and Btate of Oblo, deceased,
has filed his ' Aecoaats and voncbars in the
Probate Court of said county of Vinton, and
State of Ohio, lor In peotion and partial settle
ment, and that the same will be for hearing in
f aid court on tbelSth 'ay of May A.D. 1868,
ai Uth o'clock A. U.f said day Dated Mc
ArthnrMar8dA. IX1SM. I
May Sd ft68.-8w? EtCTIARD CEAIO
. , , Pnbatc J udge
Advertise In the RECORD.
A CARD TO INVALIDS, ' 1
A Clergyman while residing in Boath Amer
ce aaa-miasionary,diBOOvered a safe and aim
pie remedy for the Cure of Nervous Weakness
Early Decay, Diseases of the Urinary and
Seminal Organs, and tha whole train of disord
dera orooghtonby baneful and vicious habito.
ttreaUcmbeiabave been already cured by this
noble remedy. Promytefi hy a desire to ben
Ct ihe afflicted andnufortnnate, I will sene
the recipa for preparing, and walur this m.di
a ne, in a sealed envelope, to any one who needs
it. Fain or Omasa.
' Pleaso iaeleae afcosVpald eevelope,' addreaa
d toyonrself, , i . . ,(.ii.tiw. tt
Address-. . T .? 1
- JOSEtH X.tVUUSr . V. t...
1 i '.' exitroifD. BninHocs,t n
Mra.Hth 1885 tyr. New York
LANKgofvry tiescription. for sale
at this office.
Official Organ of Vinton County
fST ' Adttrtittmtnt$ to appear on Thurs
day morning, must be handed in not 'later
. ft n I : ...
Kelijrious Services in Mc Arthur.
IT, E. CuiBcn.-Prcaching Sabbath at half-
pan leu ocicck. a. m., and hair-rast six
o'clock, Jr. M. Sabbath School, 2 P. M. i
Pbiiottxhtan Ciivrcii. Servicceat 11 o'crk
A. ., and 6 o'clock r. H. Babbath School at 9
O'ClocK A. II., every Sabbath. , ,
Ciibistiak Cnrncn,--Services at 11 o'clock ''
m , every frabbsth. . . . "
100 DOLLARS BOUNTY.
j. to say 10 au r eterans
that Icdiiihaio get ydii ' each a
One Hundred-Dollar Bond for
your credits as Veterans to your
resjjective Towiiships. Attend
to this at once.
E. A. BRATTON,
April 26, 1866.
For Legal Advertisements see
' Thanks To Hon,' II. S. Bundyj
M. C, for public documents received. .
Tlvnos. Any of our ladies wish
ing to buy or rent pianos, and let tho rent
pay for them, can obtain the same at manu
facturers nrices, by calling on mc, when I
will explain prices and terms.
MRS. RUTH C. BRATTON.
Notice. A. & E. Wolf have re
moved their fine horse, Revenee. and their
well-known Spanish Jack, to their farm one
half a mile west of McAtihur, 0. The
A. & E. WOLF.
Lost. About ten days ago a
Medium sized brass key, for a door, any
persou returning the above key to this Of
fice will receive a suitable reward.
Arrival. Dr. Joseph Duxlap,
Dentist, has just arrived in town and taken
rooms nt tho Kalcr Housin w here lie will be
pleased to have his friends nnd customers
give him a call.
The lower Mississippi is rising
In Texas the crops are excellent
Oxioxs are selling for two cents
a bushel in Khode Island.
Forty-six freedmen arrived
Youngstown, 0., recently.
The Court of Common Pleas for
this county convenes on the 15th lust. Quite
a number of important cases arc on the
Robbery. "We learn that Mr.
William Tisie, formerly of this county,
and ex-shorlff, w as robbed of $05 and his
overcoat, one night last w eek, at the ITam
den House, Ilaiuden, 0, while In bed, lie
was out here ou business from Illinois. '
Another Lot. Messrs. J. Dod
rmiDaE & Son have just received, during
the week, another lot of hardware and cut
lery, whlch'they intend - to -sell cheaper
than any other house in Southern Ohio.
We advise all our friends to call, and ex
amine their fine assortment before purch
asing elsewhere. - See advertisement Inim
other column. it V. ' i!
In consequence,, of, the ;. almost
total fullure'of the "wheat crop In Ohio,
farmers should now turn their attention to
suchother crpp9 as w ill yield them a cer
tain revenue.. Potatoes,-sorghum and
broom-corn should be planted in abund
ance; Broom-corn especially will coni
mand n good price, as over 83,000,000 are
paid every year in Ohio alone for brooms.
Speaking of brooms, reminds us that much
of this vast expense can now be saved to
consumers by purchasing Poweb's Perpet
ual Broom. This broom-head will last a
lifetime, and enable every one to manufac
ture his own brooms at a cost of not over ten
cents each. . Mr. J. M. Kerr, at Ilaiuden, is
agent for this county. , ,:
The following is a list of marri
age licenses issued from tho Probate Judg
e's office of this coiinty, for the month end
ing April 30: -..'!
Presley Jenkins to Martha Ann Thacker.
Andrew Stewart to Yacy-Clark. ' i
Samuel Kirkendall to Lydia Sliry.
Andrew W. Karnes to' Eliza J. Passman.
Richard Mealey to Mary Dorsey.
James Uollinshead to Mary Faulkner.
Nathaniel Clark to Lydia Cozad. . ... .
, Thomas Wolf to Lucinda Morgan. , . ;
George W. Miller to II. M. Willeman.
J.G. Swetland, sr, to Angelina Alexan
der. , .
, Lafayette Perry to Deltla F. Atkinson.
Liberty D. Jinks to Elizabeth Crawford.
.Charles McKibbeer to Eliza Jane Mace.
3en. E.'P. Coxner; 'who lately
commanded in Salt Lake City, in an inter
view with a Congressman in Washington,
stated that Brighara Young had ten thou
sand mon in Utah capable of bearing arms,
and was very desirous of driving the United-
States soldiers -out j It is presumed
that Congress will augment the force there,
and change the laws so that soldiers in that
territory may vote, . t", '
i; uii ' 'il " l! !
, The National Demb'cratic' ticket
ws triumphantly cR'ctcd at Jpw Orleans
on the 7th. General II. Hays was elected
Sheriff. '. .. -i i ...ihiui I
Power's Perpetual Broom. Mr.
J. M. Kerr, the agent for this invaluable
patent, in this county, called upon us one
day this week, and exhibited to us one of
the above broom?. It is justly celebrated
for the following reasons :
; 1 ; Lightness. 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 in v,"1; "What an elegant
3. iJurafti'tty-riundreds have tried 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, teu
cents will furnish, you a new broom, and if
you can raise the broom-corn, even this ex
pense is obviated.
Mr. Kebb detigus selling Township
nigiiu, ana, when not absent, on business,
can be found at the Jackson House In Ilain-
detf. ' - - k ' - mvl0t3
To Farmers. We would call the
attention of the farming community to a
new patent gate, known.and designated as
Smelley's Improved Farm Gate, that is just
now being Introduced into Ohio and other
of the Western,. States. Tho superiority
atiu simplicity of this gate, together with
Its cheapness and durability, being much
cheaper than the ordinary gate, recom
menus It to the favorable consideration of
all, and cannot fall to bring it into general
use wherever it is presented. '
It is made entirely of inch lumber, with
out mortises, the bars bejfc fastened by a
small iron bolt at either end, leaving tho
space between the bars open, thus giving
the gate play vertically go that .the outer
end can be thrown to any elevation that
may be desired, w hero it is kept by means
of a mpvablo brace, resting at tho upper
end upon a ratchet; by this means, when
the gate sags; as it will by long use and ex
posure, it can bo brought to its orlglnnl el
evation In a moment, and made to swing
clear, by simply raising the outer stilo un
til the brace drops into tho next notch in
This gate Is now on exhibition at IIul-
bUl t'l Hotel ill Arthur. (vlicr tnwnuliln
. i V ; ---- - i'l
courtly am? individual rights can be ob
tained at fair figures by applying to I). IL
Waldcn immediately, ns his stay will be
short in this place. - ;
Four hundred and thirty-four
thousand negroes arc being supported by
Within the past two weeks sev
en horse-thieves have been summarily kill
ed near Jersey ville, 111. OV
Has made the discovery a Re
publican Journal, that President Johnson
win mane unrelenting war on tlie uisrnin-
hiscmcnt scheme, of the committee of Fif
Last week a negro man named
James was shot to death by a mob at Bru-
nerstown, iventucky, lor violating tne
daughter of Mr. Humble. She was about
nine years of age.
Young gentlemen who would
prosper in love should woo gently.
tis not lashionable for young la
dies to take ardent spirits.
Bouties to Soldiers of 1861 and
Passed March 2, 1S66, by unanimous consent
of the House of Representatives in
Reso ved, That the Committee on Mili
tary Affairs be instructed to inquire into tbe
propriety of providing by law that soldiers
wbe-en&stad ia-l(U and 18G3, and served
more than one year, and were discharged in
consequence of disease contracted in the
service, shall receive the Government boun
ty to which.tb.ey. would have been, entitled
had they served two years. .
. All soldiers to discharged should immedi
ately send their discharges for collection
of said bounty to me, end I will gel their
money for them aa soon as the same can be
obtained by any other person.
E. A. BRATTON.
Military Claim Agent, McArthur, Ohio.
McArthur Produce Market.
McArthur Produce Market. CORRECTED WEEKLY. BY D. WILL & BRO'S
McARTHUR, O., April 19 1866.
Apples, (d'riad )'.3 00 . Uoswx. .......$ 25
Butter ...25a30 Beam S-00
Chickens" 2'CheoB... 85
Coffee S0a8S ' Vgg, IS
WhitaFish.. 12f Maokerol.. 1!J
Cod Fish--" lfS feathers 50u60
Flour 11 VO Lesther 50
Lard 20 Molussea 75
Onions.... 1 00 Peaches, (dried) S 00
Pork.... 15n20 Rice 15
Sufrar 16a20 Bate J 23
Starch . IS Timothv 8 60
FIrx 1 SO Tallow 12
Whisky- 3 00
McArthur Grain Market.
Wbent.old Eed'.....2 00 New R;d-...2 00
Old White 2 10 New White- 2 10
Shelled Corn 55 Corn, Ear 5D
Oats . .50 Kje j 80
Barley ,60 11 j- ...8 00
CINCINNATI, April 30.
Coffee. Vie quote common Rio at 27a
28c, prime do. at 2Gu31c ; choice do. at 31c.
common Java at 42c, aud prime do at 45c
per lb. , : ;, , ... ...
Eggs Market dull and closed at 23o
per dozen for fresh, iu good shipping or
der.' , ","v .
, Fi-Our Wc quote Superfine ht $7 00a
7 50, new wheat extra at $7 75a9 00, old
wheat extra at $8 75a9 25, Family at $9 25
aiu za, .anu -f ancy nc 9i ouau w. nye
flour $1 75 pcrbbl, Buckwheat flour $4 00a
4 25 per 100 lbs, and $ 8 OOalO 00 pen bbl,
the latter for Eastern. Com meal is active
at$l 50 per 100 lbs.
Grain We quote prime old Red wheat
at $1 80al 90. New Red $1 80 for prime
and $1 OOal 60 for. inferior. Some lot of
old White are offered at $2 30a82 50. The
demand for Corn is still active, and prices
remain firm for ear at 53a65c per bushel.
Shelled 65a56c for mixed, and 75c including
sacks.' Oats in fair demand at 37c, and 39c
for choice; Rye in little demand, at 75c for
prime, ' A few sales of prhnO'fall barley
reported at fl 15al 20.
. Sugar We quote raw at l3al6c; yellow
refined 46a47c; white soft refined, Walgc;
hard refined, 19a20c. . .
NEW YORK PRICES CURRENT.
Produce & Commission Merchants
28 South William St., N. Y.
Sales made lor cash, and prompt returns
assured. Liberal advances made on Con
signments. All Goods fully insured on ar
rival. Mark uoous Ulftluetly and forward
invoices. We quote for tho week ending
1 ii luill, loutl.
flock O. It. If, S .per bbl
RYB FLO I'M
wheat Chicago spring .prbu
corn mixed western ... "
yel A w western. ..
oats western "
beeps clover nr lb
8 13a 8 CO
8 50aI2 00
flax prbu 2 50a 2 70
.. . timothy 4 00a 4 50
beans medium and pea. . " 1 20a 1 50
J"Y pr e't 0a 70
butter O. com to good, pr lb 32a 33
roEK mess prbl 25 25a2C 00
prlmo 21 50u22 00
potatoes Dyckman .... " 3 00a 3 50
Jlercer 3 00a 3 25
reach blows. " 2 50a 2 87
l'r Albert. ..." 2 2.pa 2 50
Beef Mess 15 OOalO 00
txtra Mess " 20 00a24 00
cut JIKAT8 nhouluers. . . pr lb
bacon Rough Sides 44
. IGa IS
1 25a 0 00
1 50a (I 00
lard In Bbls & Tierces 44
GINSENG... : 44
tobacco Seed Leaf 44
maple sugar In blocks pcrlb
Small oOkes 44
McArthur High School.
TriE Directors feel confident in rceeom
memling this School to all who desira
thorough training lu the essentials of Edu
cation. The spring term has just begun
with largely increased attendance. Room
lor a tew non-reiUlent pupils. Terms rea
"The best Normal School is a school with
a Zire teacher." Applicants address.
rnl5w4-ll. W. W ATKINS, Stipt.
OHACK'S STOMACH Bit TERS, ft
yearn of exjicripnuR unit Iml, have
proven to te tlie beft remedy cxtunt
ii.r all com I'lnuits whore n lunio mid
MlimiiLint niu rt'quirt'd. They never
lull lu Btrtiijjllicu the weak, iuutrt
Tignr to the strong, nnd in nil respects
reatoro thnttered nnd trol.eii-.lown
roniUlulioiiK. No remedy luia been
received with m much tivor iu Ho
aci'i Btoiiicu UiTTiEi. In Chicago
VER 30,000 hollies were ao,1 !y one
driig-houae in the piwt year. II in !
miltv.l by our most Icnrned plivii'iBin
Unit lr. HOIUCK'3 STUJl.tt'll HIT.
TEIW eoinl.ine Ihe properties of
gentle In.xulivc, nu efficient anti-bilious
agent, and the best stomachic knoivn to
the world. ltUUACK'3 WTTEllS should
be used by convalescents to ttrengthen
tho proslrntion which Always follows acute
disease. In the
1MOU9 districts of Hie Went an.l
Boulh (here has, for Ions time, been
mueh nee.le.l nn nrticlcof STOMACH
hriTKHS, which, if tnken in proN.r
.Uiilililie, an.l nt Ihe proiier time, nro
s sure provontive of llilious Fever,
Fever and Ague, Liver Complaint, Pys
pepsin, Indigestion, Jaundice. Kidney
Complaint, nnd all diseases of similnr
nature; nnd are better ns n proventivo
for bilious derangement, regulating
ND alreniilheninir Inn svslem. and ulv. '
inn tono to the digestive organs, ihnn
any other known remedy. Now ttmt
ine war is over, mere will i uiousnnils
seeking homes in Ihe South. No per.
son who values his life should go there
without linving constantly nt linn. I Die
lUTTKrl, aa s safeguard ngiiinxt eii.
demic nnd maladies engendored by mi
asma and polluted water. Travelers
and all residenla of the rank river-bottom
OtINTIES of the West nnd South, nnd
the vnllcy of the Mississippi nnd 1M
riliutnries, ehoulil provide themselves
with the MTTKUS. There is pnilul.ly
no one disense with which mankind are
afflicted which is the source of so ninny
ailments as dyspepsia, or ns it is more
oommonly called Sour Stomach, nnd
there is no more certain remedy llinn
Hobock's Stomach llilters. They nre
never known to fail.
1NG CHOLERA nn nlwnyn been
much d rended by the public, nnd
people have resorted lo all iivinner
of medicines to arrest the progress,
but with little success. A Hire cure
and preventive is to be found in the
use of Pr. ltOTUCK'8 SCASP1NA
V1AN REMEDIES. Keep the bowels
upeD wnn me ruis, nnd invigornie in
system by free use of tho Stornnel
Hitters, or, if the blood be thin, use the
j-unuer. -. . .
ITCH nn invaluable' remedy shmitd be
kept in every family. Keep the svstem
in full vigor aud nothing is to be feared
from disease or cholera. THE OLD
RELIABLE. Ho not lie deceived by
purchasing any of the quack nostrums
under the various names of Bitters.
Purchase none other but I. ROHACK'8
6TOMACH TttTTRRS. irlileh ant mm.
pounded of the purest drugs, and in k
which thft Afftiele.l enn rplv. rx-
PEINOE, WALTON & COMPANY,
'' ' (SaocessorttoC.W.Sobtck,)
Kos. SO, BS, OO and 69 East Third Street,
" CINCINNATI, O.
Are Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Medicines
NOTICE. Any person obtaining tea sab
scribers, ana sending an the monoy, rrt-
tiik poilaes, shsll receive tbe Vmton Eicojh
odo rear gratis. '
G Ii E AT REDUCTION
FASHIONABLE MJLLINFRY I
. 1 II. Kli
ii itow- - ,
KECEIVING nnd OPENING .
THE SPRING OP 1866,
ALL OF WIIICII
VEKY LOWEST BATES
Sho Will " Positively Sell
IN TIIB '
CALL AND SEE
Nearly oppeiite Dr. Wolfe on Main Street.
TO THE LADIES!
MRS. E. B. PUG II ,
One door east of the M. E. Church,
IS now receiving a aplondid etoclt of S?KINfl
MILLINER Y, cousistiug in part of
BONNETS, HATS, RIBBONS,
FLOWERS. 'FLUMES, LA
CES. NETo, -BELTS,
Bonnets Made to Order.
KrpAijtiNo neatly nnd promptly exeented.
t3T Country prod ueo received in exohaage
foKOods. i'rompt Fuyment Desired. .
March 16, 1S66 3ra.
T"R. a. CONDEE and Drs. Condee and Ie-
XJ mineer, have left their note and book ao-
eounti wilh n for colfeotlon with ordors to col
lect forthwith. All who an indebted will say
coeth by calling and pa? higapthe same.
April Ulh-.w. . KeArthor, Obi.
WOODFORD ! !
t r I.
... T TV
, J 4
THIS Celebrated .Thorough
Bred Bace Ilorae ia iiearly IS lends
1 T K .liB.lnnt wall m m uul yi .nil h!.-
ped, was brought lo Ihi'scoaDty.Ut t season, ard
euntondlog against good Bli oded Hcises 'not
locolrga race ia this oonntr, aa Lis pejlgrce
will now. The following letter which was re
ceived from Mr. H. A Itchison Alexander of
Woodford county, Kyi, who ralaed thia Colt
WooDroRD,acd told b'm Into Ohio, la naoaee
ticable nroot heroud dii-riatr 'of tha Wivraa
of Woodford : f. , , .
' i-.Jsnuiry 15ll, MiiS.J-
Ua. Waihkm Locib Dia 8i: Yonra of
tV.li Docotnber,' arrived during ' aiy: absaaoa
from home of .roral wocka duration,! now,
n my return, hastes to answer 7 - Below 1 aetid
podigrat a doaired of chestnut colt r t- . -f
Chestnut JIorse--Dred by' James' Jng. of
Washington D C foaled 1J; by old Boston
; 'son of Jinwleon) best ion of, SirMchy, :
lam Kllrtilla.jr (dof Cawlodra) by 6 ArehV
! iOIdFlirUll,b.r8irArchy; ; : . ,
i by imp liobia Rod BrcH,( son ot Sir Peter
Teat I ' i . .J. - ij u i. t. i
4 hy Imp Ubscnrity, (oa of CKelly't IfKoiA
5 a ord Slamerkln, by imp tVitdatr; ' 'f
t d DeLancy'a imp tMbsnare by t'ub, -n r ?
I d Amaranth si' dam by Second; '
t d tlie dum or Lecd., , ID) f
t'liuh. t'on. dsn.. hvKtarl -m- I ...
9 dam 'k;,M P.,i ..f-' r
13 dam . ' i
IS i!am .
14 dum ' '
ixy Greyhonni y i
ly Makelesa: '
by Brimmer; iij )?'
by Place's White Turk;
ii nam i.avcnn kk Mam .
1 dum Fanny Hill, imp by Mona'oh;
a uam auoKrcniu Dy imp loong lrume:
8 dam thaatunia hy l'hsntom: .....
4 dam k. w.imi.' ' " ' '
dam Allegral tl by Pejawue: i r J
t dam OraDM Sqnoezer by Highflyer; '. . r
7 dam Jlopi-qooeior by Matchem; . i M
t dura Ludy by Sir C Turner'e Sweenitake: :
dam By phonT dam by Patriot: M
lOdara , , by Crabt .' ;; , ,
11 dam by Bay Bolton; .
12 dam ' by Cnrwln'a Bay Barb: '
13 dam by Curwin'eeld Spot; . ,
14 dam ' by White legged Lowther
15 dam Vintner mare fBarb:
The above Colt waa Bold at aiy sale in June,
13J3, to Sara'l Alexander, Green ennnty,Ohio.
14Kpecifuily, R. A. ALEXANDER. (
Woodford at Columbus, July lj8C5
ti duy Pnrae t-250, mile hoatn, beet i in I:
R" A.AIexundor'soho Woodferdj ,t .,..r
Uon. Moore'e b a Iloro; .
II. Waller'aa m Kuto Botton, hy teiinRtou dam
Anna Slepbent bv lm. Tinstee.
Woodford was the favorite, winning (hit' let
and 3d heats, and haa distinguished himself at
several racoe.-lWillto'e Spirit of the Times.
What may bo said ol him ho fcos never yet
had a full ithnnoA tj mhnm ali.1 l.A
Ueneverhad the propor hand lljrg' and waa
run invariably out ol condition Mt; In haada
nnacqnaluted witD race horfo. What waa
uuuu. was uus wis result or nia tmonititnted
peed and faia groat endurance, he being a closa
..n..n. . c i i 1 1 ... .. . V . .
uirauiin ui uiu uosum ana oir A roll r. ' We
ueiier uioou ever run in tlie veins or a Horse I
Woodford waa nnrnliaAAff mnA KvnHk iA tki-
county lor the purpose of Improving the stock;,
" .i iuaviri7jiiijui tn. coming sea
eon for a limited number of good marea at tha
very low price of 25 lor tbe insurance. Marea
from a distance will receive good attention and
" T a. reasonable rates, on pastura or any
kind of feed the owners may direct.
NEW SKIKT EOR 1866.;
Tho Great Iavcntlou of the Age in ,
J. W. Bradley's Vow Patent Duplex Elliptic
(or double) Spring Skirt. '
The invention consists of Duplex (or two)
Ellititio Ture Kcficed Steel 8pring8,lngenloaly
biaided tightly and firmly together, edge to
edgn, making the tonghett,mos inflexible, elasr
tie, and duruble Spring ever nted. They
seldom bend er break, like tha tingle springs,
and consequently preserve their perfect and
beautiful shape more thin twiooas long aa any
single spring skirt that eer hat or can be
. The wonderful flexibility and great comfort
and pleasure to any lady wearing the. Duplex
Elliptic Skirt will be experienced partlqiilsrly
in all croffdoj assemblies, operas, ctrriagea,
railroad cars, ehnruh pows, arnt chairs, fot
promenade and hoise dress, aa theskUtetn be
folded when in n-e to occupr a small Discs aa
easily and conveniently aa a tllk: or mnslln
uress. , .
A lady having "enjoyed thepleasnre.eomrorf,
and groat eonveaience of wearing the Duplex
Elliptic Stoel Spring Skirt for a single day will
never aflcrwaids dispense with thsirnu. I'nr
children, Misses and young ladies they are
superiur 10 au owners. - .
The hoopa are covered wih two ply double
wirted thread ind will wtar twice as long aa
the tingle yarn covering which is need on, all
Single Steel Hoop Skirts. The three bottom
rods on every Skirt ana also double steal , and
twice or double oovered to prevent tbe covering
from wearing off the rods when dfnkjlhi doWu
stairs, stone steps, etc., etc., which the) are
ionstantly subject to when in tise. , . , . ,
All are made of the new and elegant eetded
tap.s, and are the besL quality In every par),
giving to tho wearer the tnorft graceful and
perfect shape poasibler, and are nhqoeationsblj
the lightest, most durable, comfortable and
economical skirt ever made.' " :.. r.i
WEST8' BKAOLEY & CAKY, Proprlotora
of the invension, and sole manufacturers; 97
Chamoers, and 19 and 81, Bead atreeU,tyew
York.- . . t
Vot tale in all flrst-lass stores in this eily,
and throughout the United States and Canada,
ilaranna de Cuba, Mexico, South America, and
tho Webl Ii dios. , ,
B?" Inquire for the' Dnplix Ellictio (or
doublov, Sprinir Skirt
January 18,1366, 8mo.
A. & C.:
28 South William St., N. Y. Legal Advertisements.
MARY J. MITCHED and ail others it)foreM
ed. are hereby notified tha the transcript
au J copies of tho schedules of debts owing by
and ail property, rights and ciedlta oifntdby
Joseph K. W. Cox and all other copies required
by la to be returned to the Court of Common
Pleas, in the matter of the said Joseph K. W.
Cox'a application for tbe benefits of the act
for the relief of insolvent debtors, will be by tie
returned to tbe Clerk of tbe Court ot Common
Pleat for Vinton oonnty on Satdrdayj the 9th
day of May, a. d. 1SG6, and the tame win be for
shoring at the May term of said Court A, D.,
16S, SAMUEL C, CASE, i
ipril 17, 1S84" Com. Insolvents V. a
i'i il lit "iiij
, 1 1
David Klflle's Estate.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the nnder
signed haa thia dav been- appointed tnd
qualified aa administrator de bonia non of the
esUto of David Kifflj late of Vinton voarity,
Ohio, deceased.. ., SAMUELCv 7A8B, '
May lat,-3w Adm'r de bonia non.
., M , U I , ,.)
jcsso 13. Flunev's Estate.
OTl CE is hereb y given that Ja.mes'Gi.bhont
aitmisiistrator of .tha Mtata' af-Jasm IB.
Finney late of the county of Violon, ii the
State oi Ohio, deceased, haa1 ' ilea ' his aecooita
aud vouchers in the Probate Court , of ,aid
county of Vinton, aud State of Ohio.'for in
spection and partial tettlement.tand that the
same will be fot bearing on 1 the ISA dy of
May. d 1!66, at 11 o'clock am of said dayi.'
iiy8-lw: BICHABDCKAIO, Tro. Judge.