Union County Ticket.
WILLIAM F. FELTON.
JOILX r. DUNK I.E.
For Probate Judge,
Tor Clerk Court Common Pleat,
ROBERT S. BABJiHILL.
WILLIAM D. 1I1GGIXS.
.' v For CommUtioner,
DOUGLAS PUTNAM, JR.
FIVE DOLLARS PREMIUM!
One of the "best workers" in the
Butternut ranks, met a man in the
corporation last week, ana ap
proached him in a very peculiar
way. Thinking that the man loved
money better than honor, ye But
ternut oflered to give himf dol
lar if ho would vote the Butternut
ticket; and offered him a contract
for the campaign, at five dollars
apiece for all the Union men he
would procure to vote the Butter
nut ticket. Ye Union man, not
feeling disposed to accept a bribe,
and not knowing any loyal men
who would sell their votes, con
cluded that the contract would be
a "bad egg" and not feeling under
any obligation to keep the matter
quiet, "blowed" it on the street
The Butternuts are so pure and
virtuous, that one would hardly
think they would get down to open
bribery, yet they do sometimes,
Whisky and Ignorance, No. 2.
That young fellow who is trying
to make himself notorious by abus
ing the old citizens of this commu
nity, through the columns of the
Record, did a very bright thing in
the way of a column of personal
abuse and slander, in last issue.
He says John Robbins is "noto
rious for an unnatural appetite for
'Paddy's eye-water;' by which, he
wishes this community to under
stand that Robbings drinks much
"tangle-foot whisky." This com
munity knows John Robbins too
well to believe- any such slander.
Robbins is "notoriously" a temper
ate, upright young man.
But, why does the Copperhead
attack our candidates in any such
way! 'Why docs he lie to abuse
better men than himself? Now,
we Bay, in all candor, that we have
made no personal war upon the
candidates on tbe Copperhead tick
et what we have said, has only
referred to their official andpoliti
sal status. Where have we written
personal abuse? About whom?
We referred to the defalcation of
Ilenry Reynolds, Treasurer. "Tax
payer" wrote of that six months
ago. Judge Craig admitted it.
"What else have we said of Rey
nolds? r;Nothing, save that he is a
Butternut. And what have we
said cf Moore, candidate for Audi
tor? We said, and he admitted to
us, that it was true, that he was a
"Sox of Liberty." We charged
that the county paid an attorney
$80 for making his (Moore's) set
tlement with the Treasurer in 1865.
We can prove that the attorney
' done it In less than eight hours.
Call it Clerk hire, it you please 1
Ten Dollars per hour is high-priced
clerk hire I Moore's incompetency
compelled the county to pay it.
' Have we ever referred to Moore's
personal matters in any unmanly
As to your candidate for Sheriff,
J. J. Shockey, we did say he had
been careless of the jail that Ma
ley Thompson "did not displace a
oriel', or cut a bar, or pick a loch"
Dare Jeff, say to the contrary ?
Well, that's public, official conduct,
to which we have a right to refer.
Have we ever said anything eke of
'him? Did we ever refer to the
Mary Xoqan matter, within his of
ficial province, and alike disgrace-
' ful to him and the jail? Have we
ever 6poken of the affidavit she
wished to file to bring an action of
bastardy against Jeff.? Dare you
deny these things, gentlemen? If
they are not true, Jeff.'s party
friends have lied about him most
shamefully. Besides, the manner
in which she was spirited away in
' the night, by those interested in
, her hasty departure, confirms this
' community in the belief of his
guilt He and his friends have
been trying to shift this matter on
to others, but shifts are useless in
th case. We have heard that the
Sheriff has made some serious
- threats against us, in connection
care nothing about threats of blood;
llood, in this case, has been sought
for in vain 1
. Nov, gentlemen, you had better
.' not throw stones, while you live in
glass houses 1 .
AGIBLtO do general housework In small
family. One who nndenitandi Hiring
would be preferred. For information, apply at
this office. eexTtf
Official Organ of Vinton County.
37" Advertitementi to appear on Thurs
day morning, must be handed in not later
than Tuesday evening
(For the Record.
I notice lu tbe last issue of your paper,
that II. C. Jones, the mouth-piccc, the do
er of tbe dirty work of the Radicals of
Vinton County, charges me with Incom
petency and Inability to perform the du
ties of Auditor. Now, that Is lle, for I
can make settlements with the Treasurer,
or do auy other businesi connected with
the offlee, and that Is more than be can do,
provided be docs happen to be Assistant
Auditor for JVlton. Every person that
knows anything about tbe office, knows
that every Auditor of the County, has had
an allowance for Clerk hire, and that is all
I ever asked for. Any other assistance
ever bad, was always paid for out of my
own pocket. He also charged that I swore
men and boys to run away or resist if
drafted, and that I dare not deny it. That
is a He I I dodare deny it, nud I did dare to
tell him that any man who said so was a
Oh well, he replied, I dont know any
thing about it. This is his way, always
saying something about that of which ho
knows nothing. I suppose his wild, imag
inative, conquring, morbid brain prompted
him to write what he did for tho purpose
of defeating me at the coming election.
He says, remember to vote for loyal, hon
est competent men. Docs he menu that I
am disloyal, dishonest and Incompetent?
Has lie ever studied tho meaning of these
words, and does he not know that they
are very grave and serious charges for one
man to pretcr against another. So far as
the question of loyalty Is concerned, I
consider myself Just as loyal as ho ever
was, and more so at (bis time, for I heard
him say, but a few weeks ago, that "he
would sooner vote for Jeft' Dnvls than for
President Johnson, tbe accidental Presi
dent," (an ace Ident of God, as tho Rump
Congress party say; and I am prepared to
prove It. V oters of Vinton County, has
be not placed himself lu a ridiculous po
sition, and is he not a beautiful specimen
Smart lawyer, as he thinks he is, to set
himself up as a judge of loyalty, after
making such a declaration as that! He
has so long done the dirty w ork of tho
Kutlicals ol this County, that he has be
come rations to every instinct of decency
and manliness. I only notice him now,
because he has so persistently lied about
H. C. MOORE.
We are informed that Geo. W.
Johnson held a Bad. meeUrig at
Allensville to-day, and that there
were actually 1WO persons in at
tendance, lie became so disgust
ed at the Democrats boring him,
that he treated the crowd and left
without speaking. Farewell, Geo.j
Our County Ticket!
The Democracy of Vinton coun
ty have an excellent ticket pre
sented to them for their suffrages
at the election next Tuesday. Eve
ry man on the ticket possesses, in
an eminent degree, the Jeffersom-
an standard of qualifications hon
esty and capability.
J. J. bhockey, the candidate for
Sheriff, has filled ihe office for one
terra with remarkable ability and
success. lie has the good will of
all who have had anything to do
with the Sheriffs office. Vote for
Shockey for Sheiiff!
Henry Reynolds is the candidate
for lreasurer. He was formerly
Treasurer of this county ; and 'the
people all know that he was an ef
ficient and popular officer, is a good
citizen, and worthy gentleman,
whose character is above suspicion.
Vote for Reynold's for Treasurer!
Richard Craig is a candidate-for
re-election as Probate Judge, and
is admirably qualified for the place.
He is an upright, honorable man,
and an excellent and impartial of
ficer. Vote for Craig for Probate
George Lantz, candidate for
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas,
is, as every man in Vinton county
knows, well fitted for the position,
by education and natural abilitv.
Vole for Lantz for Clerk I
Ilenry C. Moore is the candidate
for Auditor, having filled the office
almost one term to the entire sat
isfaction to everybody. He is one
of the best men we have in Vinton
county. Vote for Moore for Audi
tori For Commissioner, Thomas Ma
gee, of Brown township, is the can
didate. He is a farmer, a practical
business man, of sound judgment
and good acquirements; and is just
the man to be placed in that posi
tion. Vote for Magee for Commis
sioner! Dr. James A. Monahan, of Clin
ton township, is just the man who
should be elected to the office of
Coroner, being a physician. A
Coroner ought to be a physician;
and, if the doctor is elected, he will
be the right man in the right place.
Vote' for Dr. Monahan for Coroner!
Democrats, such is the ticket I
Give it a hearty support, a rousing
majority I To work I Forward,
Look Oat for Bogus Tickets
It has been intimated tha
the Rads. would imitate tickets
with .Democrats names spelled
wrong, and thus defeat a part
of our County Ticfcet. Be on
of Vinton county, wo mnat 111
onr wLole strength. Get out the force I Wake
cp those who are indifferent 1 Strengthen those
who are weak I Bully (ha stragglers I Dress
tbe line I Be ready to assault the enemy early
on the morning of tbe 9th, and a glorloos vlo
tory will bj ours.
That Ihe Abolition writer, Homer ' Cicero"
Jones, laleCapt. 18:h 0. V. 1 said and ad
mitted that "he (Jones) would rather vote
for JhAT. Davia than Andrew Johnson."
Remember, also, that the candidates on
the Rump ticket endorses his sayir.gs.
Remember that next Tuesday is
the day that the State election wil
be held. Be ready to start early to
the places of holding elections in
your respective townships! See that
all your Democratic neighbors at
L J 1 t 1 I
tena uie election! rroviae a way
for those who are sick or lame to
go to the election! Get those who
are in favor of equal taxation of
the rich and poor, to vote the
Democratic ticket! be faithful!
there is no time to lose! Vote the
whole Democratic ticket!
XTOTICE is hoieby glten, that TETER
n SMK1NEU. of Uichlan.l Towmthln. h
been appointed aa County Auctioneer. Those
having business in his line wilt do well to coll
npon iilm at bia revidowe lu Richland town
STATE OF OHIO VIN10N CO.
In Court of Common Pleat.
Jaoob frobaaco, P.fff, 1 On Vondl
vs. I Order of
David Argecbright, Pert, j 8 le.
PURSUANT to the command of a Vendi or
der of sale in the shove cause to me di
rected from the C)urt of Common i leas, of the
aforesaid County of Vinton, I will offer at pub.
Ho sale, at llit d or of tbe Cour t-house, In the
town of McArthur, in aforesaid county of Vin
Monday, November 5th, 1866,
at tho hour of one o'clock p.m. of said usy, the
following Isnds and tenementa to wit: The
northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of
section nrmoer ono ii) lownemo iinmoer
uino(t) rsnge number nineteen (19) In Vinton
county, Ohio, containing thirty-nine acrea
mora or less.
Also, tnetortheast half of the northeast Quar
ter of stction number two (2) of ranse iiumht-r
nineteen ( 19) towi.shl p number nine (9 ) in Vln
tot county, Ohio, containing eighty (80) sorts
more or loss. Taken as the property of Jacob
Probasco to satisfy a judgment or aforesaid
Court in favor of David Awenbrlirht. An-
praised aa follows, to-wit: The first described
lands and tenements at $60 00, and the second
described tract at f 875 00 and mnst bring two
thirds of that sum.
Tutus or SiK Cash in hsnd.
Yaple A Bingham, JOHN J StlOOKEY.
Alt'yaforPlt'ff. oct.4,w5 Sheriff V. Co. O.
IS THE MIKACLE OF THE AGE.
GRATMIEADED people have their locks re.
stored by ii to the dark, lustrous, silken
tresses of youth, and are happy t
Young people, with light, faded or red hair,
have these unfashionable colors changed to a
beautiful anbnrn,an-l rejoice I
People whose bends are covered with dand
ruff and humors, nse h, and have dent coats
and clear and healthy acalps I
Bald-headed yoterana have their lemsioing
locks tightened, and tbe bare epos covured
with a luxuriant growth of htir, aud dance tor
Young gentlemen nse it because it la richly
Young ladica use it because it keepa theii
Lair in place!
Everybody must and will uro it, because it is
the cleanest and beat article in the market I
For Sale by Druggists Generally.
From Hoi . Warren Chase, the Lioturor.
My hair and whiskers have been many years
gray. Ring'a Vegetable Ambrosia" hut ro
atored both to their original color, black, and
covered the baldneea oi tbe top of my head
with a fine growth of black lair. I have sev
eral friends who have nsed it with the same
results, and I cordially recommend it as one of
(he few medicines that will do what italsbols
and cironlars claim for It.
October, 1865. Warrzn Chas.
E. M Tubbs fe Co., Proprietors. Peterboro'
Now Hampshire. A B VIoiriam A Co., Whole
salo Agents, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr J S Strong
Agent, MoArtliur.Obio. may8I-ly
Strange but True.
Every young lady and gentleman in the
United Slates can hear sometbine very much
t their advantage by return mail, free of
oiargo, by addressing the undersigned. Those
having any fears of being humbug ed will
oblige by not noticing this card. All othors
will please address their obedient servant,
THUS. K. CHAPMAN,
jell-ly. . 831 Broadway, N. Y.
. W. J. WOLTZ;
DIALIR U AMD RirArBlB 0
McARTHUK, - - - Ohio.
ATTORNEYS AT IiAW,
McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio.
WILL attend prompMj to all business an
imated to their care, In Vinton and A'h
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
J. G. SWETU1,
COB. OP MAIN & LOCUST STS.
Has now on hand a vetv large and well se
lected stock of all kfndaof Grocerieeand
Liqnors, consisting in part of Tea, coffee, su
gar, Tobacco, cigars, white fish, Mackerel, cod
rish, rkklea.cauned reaches, cove oysters, rep-'
per sauce, catsup, m. - Nollassee, cider vinegar,
edcoids, rowder, Lead, shot, caps,
All Kind of Dye-Stufs,
a general assortment of perfumerios, enstodc
rn'snsirdya warranted to color the hair a jet
black without Injury to the hair orcalp,noa
tetter's and noba.k'a stomach Bitters, concen
trated lye, soap, a generul assortment of gen
tlemen's winter gloves from the finest bad to
the common woolen, all kinds of Liquors from
the finest rrom-h Brandy and old Bourbon whis
ky to common corn whisky tabs solJ from ono
pint to one hundred gallons, or any other quan
tity desired, all of which he proposes lp sell aa
low.lf not lower than othor houce Inthecoun
(y. til kinds of country nrodoce taken in ex
change for Urtceries.
Children can get goods as cheap u their pa
rents. COME O ! COME ALL !
J. 0. 8WETLAND.
$b',000 Wor.h of Goods.
PURSUANT to an order of sale from the Pro-
- bate t'onrt. of tit count of Vinton. I will
offorat publiOMle at tho Bratton buildings, in
Thursday, October 25th, 1SG6,
The Wee stock of Dry Goods and Qrocorlaa As
signed to ma ny T A. Martin.
UryUoods, Men and Women's wear, Cloths,
Csssimers, 8ulincs, Jeans, Tweeds, efo. etc.,
French Merinos, Alpacas, Lustrca, Calicos, ate
Balmorals and Jloon Skirts.
Fall and Winter Clothing,
Shawls, Gloves, Hosiery, Notions.
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, To
bacco, Sugar, Coffee, Tea,
' TERMS, CASH.
GOODS SOLD DAY AND NIGHT.
These goods must he sold. Saa to continue
from day to day jnril (La stock la closed out.
For sale on Saturday", October 27th, s the stops
oi ine iouri-nouse, os reel f n tlie noun end
of iri-lotnun ber 83 in rhe town of Me Arthur,
Ohio, appraised at 300 OC.
One covered buggy, ono set harness (singlo,)
one man's saddle ( uew. )
That you can bry fall and wl lUr eooa at
this sale at much lower figures than at any
S TO TIE IN TO WN
II. C. JONES.
Assignee of T. a Martin.
Joseph j. Mcdowell
ATTORNEY AT LAW
DEPUTY Collector of Internal Revenue.
Office over Thou. B. DavU & Son's score.
Mln street McArthur, Ohio. augld m8
SOLDIERS ATTi; TIOA !
I WILL collect the 1 100 additional Bounty
granted by Congress to equalize bounty;
also, increased pensions to widows and children
of ecease& soldiers, snd all other claims.
Call on me at my office over Thoa. B. Davis
St Son's store, Main street, Mc Arthor. Ohio.
sogl6m8 JOSEPH J. McDOWELL.
Back-Pay, Bounty Pensions.
Attends promptly to the collection
BACK-PAY, BOUNTYaud PENSIONS.
TEEMS SEASONABLE. OFFICE Logan
aireet, North of J, K. Will's residence
MoArhur, O. july 13,8- mo.
IN rolls read) to ho nailed down, adapted to
House, Factories, and buildings of all kinda
constructed of materials that have stood tha
test of fifteen years, and manufactured on an
entirely different and netter plan than any oth
er composition roofing in nse. Seonred bv pat
ent. Very durable ani at low price. Ciron
lars and aamplea tent free by mail Liberal
terms to agents. Kcadt Boern Co.,
joneT Ko. 73 Maiden Lane, New Yrrk.
TAXES FOR 1866.
Notice to Tax-Payers of Vinton County, Ohio.
IN pursuance of law. I, DAVID FOREMAN, Treasurer of Vinton
county, Ohio, hereby notify the Tax-Payers of said county that the
rate of taxation for 1SG6, is correctly estimated in the followiug table,
showing the number of cents levied on each one hundred dollars valu
ation of the taxable property in each township and incorporated vil-'
lage in said county.
TOWNS AMD TOWNSHIPS.
Part of Elk attached to McArthur,
I 41 i.r.-M.V A U
121013 35 20 .9 20 40115
1210.13 35 20
121013 35 20
12 10 13 35 20
1210,13 35 20
5! 20 50
5 lO SOi
1210il3 35 20
I' 1 1" 1
J on n on1
I CO. I TOWXSHIP
STATE TAX. TaxJ TAX.
' 1 ll a
c. c. c.'cJic. cJc.'c.'c. c. c.
LJ' )LJ! ,
12 io mAo s'l sWis ! 1 36
I1Z1U 13.35, 2U, 0
I V 1 I I X -F. till
I will attend at tho Treasurer's Office, to receive Taxes, from the
first; day ; of October, 18G6, until the 20th day of December, 18CC, by
which time one-half, including delinquent taxec, must be paid.
A failure to pay one-halt of the taxes charged cn Chattel Property,
on or betore the 20th day of December, 18G6, renders tho whole due
and subject to collection, aj in case of delinquent taxes.
McArthur, Sept. 20, 1866. 40 DAVID FOREMAN, Treas. V. C.
Notice to Tax-Payers of Vinton County, Ohio. SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT
OF the Treasurer and Auditor of Vinton county, Ohio, for the half
year ending August 31st, 1866, in compliance with an act pafsed
April 5th, 1859, to provide for the better regulation of the receipts dis
bursements and safe keeping of tho
Aamet of Amount.
County Fund...-. $101! 77 4
Bridge " 238 05 V
Poor " 1578 04 0
School and School House Fund 1048 96 1
Township and Township Poor Fund 288 63 0
Infirmary Fund 1949 90 4
Pinncy note 2700 00 0
Section No 29 Fund 130 25 S
Rond Fund 274 20 8 r
Bounty " 4US 79 1
Totnl balance in Treasury $9325 22
The undersigned Treasurer and Auditor of Vinton countv, Ohio, do
hereby certify that the foregoing
hibit of the condition of the Treasury
last business day of August, 1866,
in the Treasury belonging to each
Uiven under our hands officially this 20th day of beptember, 1866.
II. C. MOORE, Auditor V. O. O.
Sept, 27, '56-3w DAVID FOREMAN, Treas. V. C. O.
statement is a full and complete ex
of Vinton county, Ohio, on the
showing the exact amount of money
Marriage niul Celibacy.
AN ESSAY OF W AKMNO ANI) :NSTRUC
TION FOR YOUNG MEtf. Also, Diseases
and Abuses which prematurely l'r.'rute tho
Vial Powers, with sure means cf rolief. Sent
Free of Charge, in sealed letter envelopes. Ad
Q'essDr. J. SK1LLIN HOUGHTON, llowcrd
Association, l'miadelhla, re. oguyl
(ftfiA A MONTH! Agents wanted Tor aixen
5N'U tlrely new artioles, just out. Address
U. I . Uabey, City J. uildin, iStdderord, lie.
1 Pfin PEK YEAR1 w wnl If"1' ev
latjuu erawhere to sell our Improved 2
lowioir Machines. Three new kinds. Unde-
and urper feed. Sent cn trial. Warranted
five years. Above talary or large commissions
paid. 1 110 oNtr machines sold in the United
States for less than 40 dollars, which sro fully
liccne4 by Howe, Wheale. A Wilon. Orover
ds Maker Sirser & Co.. and HnehcMt-r. All
other cheap machines ar iufringi merits snd
the seller or in-cr aro linblo to a'rost, fine and
Imprisonment. Illustrated circulars sent frco.
Call npon or ad Itexi, Shaw & Clark, at Hidde
ford. Maine, or Chicago, III. jnne7 lrwly
Errors of Youth.
A Gentleman who suffered forycars from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all
theoffeets of youthful indiscretion, v ill, for
sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who
need it, the receipt and directions for making
the tlmple remedy by which ho was cured,
fnfferors wishing to profit h) the sdvorliter's
experience, can do ao bv address ng
JOHN B. OO DEN,
. jell-lT. No, It Chamlors St., N. Y.
The adverlisr, having been restored to heal th
in a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after
having sunered lor several years Willi a severe
lung affection, and that dread disesse. Con
sumption is anxious to make known to his
fdllow-rufferers the means of cure.
To all who dcMro it, he will aend cony of
the proscription uted, free of charge, with tbe
directions fi r preparing and using the tame,
which (hey will find a aure enre for Consump
tion, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, (Alds,and
all Throaf and Lung Affections. The only ob
ject of ihe advertiser In aend-ng the Prescrip
tion is to benefit the afflicted and spread infor
mation which ho conceives to be invaluable.
and ho hopes every sufferer will try kis remedy.
as it win cost tnein naming ana may prove a
Partiea wishing tho Prescription, teii, by
re.to.rn mail, will please address,
Kev. EDWARD A. WILSON.
William ihnrgh, Kings Co., N. V.
January 11, 18d-ly.
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPtltl
MCI OF Alt INVALID.
Published aa benefit and aa a oavtion to
todko mxm and others, whoanffer from nervous
debility, premature decay of Manhood, Ac,
anoDlvinff ai tho same Urns Tbi MAxe iilf-
oobb. By one who has eared himself after un
dergoing considerable quackery, jjy enclosing
a post-paid addressed envelope, tingle copies
free of eh.rie, may be had or the aathor.
. NATHANIEL HAYFAlB, Esq., Brooklyn,
Xinga to., New York. fcbl-ly
. J. I1ILL1 OH IK ST
HAS nst returned from Columbia with ad
ditional futilities for
COPYING AND ENLARGING
mOTDEB PI CURES OF ANY SIZE
and making them aa P EKFECT aa pictnree
taken FUOM LIFE . I
If yon wtnt any kind of a picture, fro m
MiMiATcaito Litk 6 111, ro to BilliDghursl's
Photograph and Fine Art Gallery In lie Arthur.
Photosranha eolored in Oil. Watib Cotona,
India Im, and finished in the highest style
of art. - h .
Pictures taken In all kinda of weather.
His present stnet of A'boms will be sold at
cost. Photographs of Lincoln, Grant, Sherman
and others; also, Lockets, fine Gold Pena and
Finger Binge for aala. . . ,
Pictures of all aisea frame i to order.
McArthur, Obio, August 16, l!llf
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