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: Official Organ -of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Advertisements ta annrar nn 77i ......
eTay morning, must . be handed in not later
nan Juesday evening -
ltcligious Services In McArthur.
M. Z. CliMCH.-PreachiiiB Rabbatri at half.
'f, ?n'c,cckj A ld bif-r8t tix
'dock. P. 11. Sabbath fclinnl. 9 P Si
Pbmbttiiun CnuBCH.-Serviceset 11 o'cl'k
. ., sua 0 ociocK p. u. Bubbath Bcheol at 9
cioca a. m., every Sabbath.
CimiiTiAM Church.--Service at 11 o'clock a
., every ftabbath. ,
Sale of Fine Sheep.
The attention of the wool-erowir.e rub
lie is called to the advertisement. in today's
paper, of the sale of blooded sheep to come
uu iu una piece on loe 13(0 insi.
Hardware, Cutlery, &c.
Special attention is called to the new ad
vertieement of Mesr. Doddridge h Son,
- dealers in Hardware, Cutlery, &c. They
are liberal dealers, and deserving of an ex
tensive patronage. Give them a call.
Lumber. We would call the at
tention of those wishing lumber, to the
fact that Mr. S. V. Klrkendall keeps con
stantly on hand, nt prices to suit the Uines,
all kinds of lumber and plastering lath, at
the McArthur Water-Mill.
Domistic Economy. Call on 0.
J . Bllllnghurst for Instructions in manufac
turing and putting down Campllllon Car
pets. Cost, from 10 to 15 cents per yard.
The following certificate from one of our
most respectable citizens, speaks for Itself:
UI certify, that I have In my house the
Campllllon Carpet, and, for cheapnc80cau
ty and durability, It cannot be excellnl.
JAMES GIBBONS.
McArthur, Oct. 20, 1866.
New IIabdwaiix Stoke, Wo would calf
the attention of our readers to tho adver
tisement, In another column," of Messrs.
Strong fc Gibbons, dealers In Hardware,
Stoves, &c. They have a lnrge mU well
selected stock of goods, purchased at the
lowest cash figures, and which they are de
termined to sell nt corresponding prices.
Give them a call.
. Couktt Papers. -The interest of a coun
ty paper is mwh enhanced by the publica
tion of home items, but the labors of the
editor are generally such as to forbid his
being round at ali times to pick them up.
and if our readers will send us the particu
lars of occurrences, with or without com
ment, of sufficient intcrpct ln,lrr,;i r,.v.
llcationthey will be thankfully rece'ived.
. Pictures in India Ink. We called
upon Mr. C. J. Billinohvkst, tho other
day, and M ere shown specimens of l'hoto
- graphs, executed In India Ink, which far
surpass anything of tho kind, we have cv
.cr had the pleasure of seeing. In fact,thcy
arc not.' excelled by tho li nest steel plate
Engravings. Our citizens will do well to
call and examine these specimens of flue,
.artnt once, as they will remitln on exhibi
tion for a few days only.
As an Artist, Mr. Billinghurst has few
equals, and, wo candidly believe, no supe
riors. The tone of his pictures la excellent
the shading beautifully modulated, and the
finish suparb and complete.
Our only fear Is, that our citizens do not
fully appreciate their good fortune la hav
ing such an Artist in their midst, and aro
not favoring him with that support neces
sary to insure his permanent sojourn In our
inldst. However, we hope our feurs may
prove groundless, and Mr. B.'s pecuniary
success bo placed beyond a perudventure
So mote it be I
SmooTiNG Affray at JS ew Hol
land. A serious shooting affray
occurred at New Holland, in Pick
away, county, on last Saturday
night. Several men who had been
cutting corn in Perry township,
.were on the way to their homes in
Ross county, and 'while in New
Holland became a little boisterous.
The Marshal of the town, E.W.
Timmons, ordered them to leave,
which they refused to do, and a
collision ensued, when the Marshal
drew a revolver and fired three
shots at the party. They returned
the fire, and in the melee one of
the corn cutters was dangerously
wounded, and the Marshal slightly
wounded in the leg. James Davis,
one of the corn cutters, was bro't
to this city on Sunday, and com
mitted to jail, for aiding and abet
ting the mob. The balance of the
party, except the wounded
Chil Adv.
The Herald's Berlin correspon
dent of the 14th says Bismark's ill
ness is of a very dangerous charac
ter, and advantage was taken of
the circumstance by Saxony in en
deavoring to prevail upon the King
of Prussia to grant terms which
had been rejected through the in
terposition of the inflexible Minister.
Headache.
The symptoms of this very general com
plaint are already too well known to require
any description. According to the science
of medical men, headache arises either from
a sympathy with the stomach and chylopo
etie viscera or from a weakness or exhaus
tion of the power of the encephalon. The
one may be called sympathetic and the oth
er nervous headache. All that is necessary
ia the treatment is to restore a healthy ac
tion to the stomach. It would be well first
to take ao emetic, follow this by the daily
use of Roback's Bitters, and keep the bow
ell regular: do not allow them to become
constipated,. Take small dotes of Roback's
Blood Pills frequently. v
Local
week.
items are scarce this
i
Parliament has been postponed by
me uovernot general until Decern
Der li.
The meeting of 'the Canadian
Infanticide. The body of a new
borninfant, 6ewed up in a sack,
was discovered Dy some boys, on
Saturday morning last, in the edge
of the river, one-half mile north of
this city. Coroner W. M. Sturgeon
summoned a jury and held an in
quest A post mortem examina
tion revealed thefact that the child
had been. born alive, but whether
smothered or drowned was not de
termined. The child was very fine
looking. It had evidently heen
born and placed in the river du-
ring me latter part oi riday night.
We are told there were tracks of a
buggy or carriage near where the
Circ Dem.
Simmering Down.
Forney, the Clerk of the Radica
Senate of the United States, in
speaking of the trouble at Balti
more, says : "The Mayor will never
succumb, but will fight it out to the
uuier end. All the Union men in
Baltimore swear that they will
drench the streets in hlnnrl Vmt
they will protect their right and
ine law." iravelv said, and w
have no doubt spoken according to
mo siate as men arranged. But
the simmering down came, when
it was discovered that Ci nvcrnnr
bwann could not be bullied. For
ney now saVB. that all these reiri
bU consequences will occur if the
President of tho United States
sends trnnnn tr Rnltimm-n J
by Copperheads I If he sends Gen
eral Urant there, that nresenta
horse of another color, and' them
will be no fighting by the Mayor to
tne Diuer end, nor will the Union
men of Baltimore drench tli
streets of that city with blood. We
are willing Forney & Co. shall
creep out of any hole thev nlease.
provided order can thereby be
preserved. And we thank the
President for eivinc these North
ern Fire-eaters the opportunity of
8UDsicnng under Ueneral Grant's
coat-tails.
Our Relations with Mexico.
Onr Washington special, this
morning, gives some very interest
ing information relating to affairs
in Mexico.
Hon. L; D. Campbell, our 'Minis
ter to that country, has left for his
destination there. He will be ac
companied by an officer of high
rank. It is designed, should Maxi
milian leave the country, to send
an army of twenty thousand men
to Mexico in order to put affairs
thereon a stable footing. As the
price of intervention, we aro to re
ceive important acquisitions of ter
ritory. The French troops will leave
Mexico immediately.
The Toledo hlade 6peaks of Ben.
Wade as "the noblest Roman of
them all. For "Roman" read "rum
one," and the sentence will be cor
rect. Secretary Seward has addressed
a note to Sir Frederick Bruce, tha
British Minister at Washington, in
relation to the Fenian trials at To
ronto, setting forth that this Gov
ernment "is reauired. bv the high
est considerations of national dig
nity, duty and honor, to inquire in
to the lecalitv. iustice and regular
ity of the proceedings;" and that,
alter making such scrutiny, "we
shall expect to make known to Her
Majesty'b Government such opin-
ions as tne rresiaent. UDnti due
consideration, shall adopt." He
expresses the hope that the British
Government "will examine tho in.
dicial proceedings aforesaid with a
carelul regard to the rights of the
United States, and to the mainten
ance of good relations between the
two countries ;" and, to altord time
for this examination, he ureas a
postponement of the execution of
me sentence, I he Secretary also
reminds the Minister that the of
fense of the prisoners is a political
one, and advises "amnesty and forgiveness."
Marietta Times.
Governor S-anh of Maryland, han re
moved the Bahinvu-e Tolice Commiaaionera
for Eros8 official ir.iscnmliirt. Hart ha nnt
done so he would have thfplayed great moral
cowiraicr, ana fusiained a nigh political
crime. The Radical revolutionists have
been vaunting that they would resist this
action of the Governor, and would call in
aid from other States to uphold them in their
rebellion. We shall now see them put to
the test. Whatever they may do, the peo
ple of Maryland will stand by the State gov
ernment in Its lawful action, and, if neces
sary, they will have the aid of the Govern
ment of 'he United States. We anticipate
however no erious Double. The rebels in
Baltimore, and their allies in Philadelphia,
will go to the wall.
President Johnson has appointed Thurs
day, November 29, 1866, as a day of thanks
giving and prayer.
DODDKIIXEAVUNDEROirthe"31st
ult., at the residence of the bride's moth-
. er, In McArthur. by Rv,Timmonds.Mr.
JJlackstoki P. Doddridgh to Miss Sal
lib Windeb; all of this place.
Jfyfrial. gotta
Consumption Curable by Dr.
Sclieuck's Medicines.
To Coma Con oimpTioH, he system must b
n.An.vtt.1 mn th.t. t.m lunm mill kn.l Ta ...
IVJ'.I1.. BV ... .UW Will IIVMi V WAI
coruplish thia, tbe livar and stomach must drat
nt oienaa ana an appaiue created lor gooa
wholsoma food, which by theae medicines will
ba diiroated orouar Iv. and sood health blood
made; thaa building op tha ooaaiKulioa.
bcHBNcia Maxdbaki Pitta oleanta the stomach
of all bilious or raucous accumulations; and.by
using the Bea Weed Tonio in connection, the
appetite ia restored.
ScaiNoae Pulmonic Siiuf is nntriclons as
well as medicinal, and, b, uMug the three reme
dies, all impuritie are rxpellod from the sys
tem, and Rood wnolsoma blood mado. which
will repel all disease. If patient will take
these medicines according to directions, Con
sumption veiy frequently in ite iartatnge yields
to (hair action. Take tha pills frequently to
cleanse the liver and stomach. It doe. uot fol
low that because the bowels aro not contivo they
are not required, for somtimea In diarrhoea thev
are neceeaury. Tha atemach ma it be krj
healthy, and do appetite ciealed to allow the
l ulraonio 8yrp to act on the respiratory orga i.
properly and allay any irritation. Thou all
thatia required (o preform a prmapent enrei.
to prevent taking cold. Exercise about (he
room as rauchaa possible, eat all (be richest
rood, fat meat, game, and, in fco:, anything
me ap peine craven; uuv oe p.rticuiar and mas
tiostewell. gd weamly
I'll OTO GRAPHIC.
E. & II. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Manufacturers of Photographic
iHiiienaiN,
WIIOLISALX AND RITAIL,
501 BROADWAY, N. Y.
In addition to our main business of T110TO
UUAl'lllC MATEKIAL8. we are Head
for the following via :
Stereoscopes c6 Stereoscopic Views
OfAmoiicun and Foreign Cities and Land
rtepce, Groups, Statuary, et.'.
Stereoscomc I tews of the War.
From begativee made in the varkun campaign?
and formincr acoinnlete I'hotmrranhin huti,.
of the gret t aontee
Stereoscopic Views on Glass,
Adapted for oithet the Mastic Lantern or th
8tcrocope. Our Catalogue will be sent to any
a ldreaacn receipt ot Mtamp.
rn.oiogra.pnic Jiioums.
Wd mann fAnt.nra mnra Inrffnl v than .nu
houso, about 200 varieties from SO cents to J50
each. Onr ALKUM8 ha a (he reputation of be
Injt rupcrior in beauty and durability tc anv
otlcm.
Card Photographs of Generals.
Statesmen, Actors, etc,, etc.
Our Ni.m t.ioiiA n mhruPHa ovnr 1. I V V 'P MMTTQ-
AN1) different mbiecla. ino udinir rmronueiinna
of the moht iclebru'cd Engravings Paintings,
Fta ucx, etc. L'uUli'gues ecn' on receipt cf
Stamp.
I'luitOLTnrVinrn and nthera ordering irnndul'
O. U , will tiliae' remit 26 per cunt of the
amount Ub thoir order.
ri ho prio'8 and quality of onr gnodecan
not fail to a:.fy. June Sl.tS-ly.
It I J' G S
VEGETABLE AMBROSIA
IS THE MIRACLE OF THE AGE.
GRAY-HEAPED people have thilr locka ra
storod bv it to the dark, lustrous, silken
tronsesof youth, and are happy I
Young people, with light, fadod or rod hair,
hava ttiOHfl tinfuMhlnniihlii niilnrt. ithanim In a
bountiful unburn, an 1 rejoice I
J'enple whove heads aro covornd with dand
rnffand hiimorH. ntia 1. and huva ntnur. rnatji
and clear and healthy scalps 1
Kald-liendod yeterana have thoir lemalnlng
locks tightened, and the bare apoe covered
with a luxuriant trrowtb of hidr. and dance tor
Jo, I. -
Young gontlumen use it because it la rlohly
perfumed I
lonnglaJics u?e t bocunse It keopa then
Lair In place I
Kvnrvhnilv tnniif aiiiI will nan tl tin.nna. tt I.
J J ...... ..... ...v IIDU I, I.
the clcncnt and beat articlo In the market I
For Sale by Druggists Generally.
Fiom Hoi .Warren Chose, the L cturor.
My hair and whiakora have beon many years
gray. ' Ring' Vegetable Ambrosia" h ait re-
H'nrAil hnl h In W. nriiyinul Anlnp Klonb .nn
covoroil the bsHnoha oi the top of my head
l ..l.1
wini a nn growin oi oiock Lair. I nave sev
eral friends who liavo used it with the frame
results, and 1 onnlinllv rnAOmmnii.l ft. na nnn nf
(he few meditiui a that will do what its lubols
and lirntlarH claim for it.
October. 1864. Wahrkn OnAsa.
E. M Tubba A Cn.. rrnnriutnrn. Pntnrhnrn'
Now Ilampxhire. A H Morriam & Co., Whole-
naio Agunu, uinetiinait, Uliio. JJr J 8 Strong
agent, JieArumr, Vlii . trray81-ly
CREA1 IS'PR iVEUEJITS
SEWINGMACHINES
huipirc liutile iTIncliine.
Salesroom 636 Broadway K. Y. 250
Washington. St. Boston. 921 Chestnut St.,
Philadelphia
11118 MACHINE. Iseoriftniclcd on entirely
new principles of mochanimn, posaeaaing
n any rare and valuablo improvement, having
leen examingd by tho moat profound expeits,
anil prononnocd to be
SIMPLIUI . Y AND PERFECTION
COMBINED.
it has a straight needle, perpendicular action
makes the "Lock or Bhuttle Sticb,' which will
Niithsb Rip nor Rvel, and ia alike on both
aides; performs perfeu. aewing on every doa. rip
tjon of material, from Leather to the fineatNan
aook Mualine. with cotton, linen or silk thrad,
from the ooaranat to the finest nnmber.
Having neither Cam nor Cos Whikl, and the
least Possible friction, it runs ai smooth aa
glass, andia emphatically a
NOISELESS MACHINE !
I' requires Fifty pe cent, ins power o
drive it then any other machine in the marke ,
A girl oleven years of age can work it steudlij,
w'thont fatieue or injury to-health.
Ite strength and wonoebtcl simplioitt of
construction, rendcra it almost impossible tc
get out of order, and is epABBAMTED by the
company to give entire aatiafactiob.
We respectfully invite all those who may do
sire to supply themselvf with a superior arti
cle to come and examine thia unbivallaD Ma
chine. One half linnrii tnatTllrtfnn la anffinlanfr I.
enable any person to work thia machine tc
thtirentire satisfaction. . '
Bitiaiooa and Cbabitasl DfaTrrnvioin will
be liberallr dealt with
eiavs Wantid for all towna in the United
-tales where Agents are not already established
Jeo, for Cn a. Mexioo, Central and South
merica, to whom a liberal discount will ba
vea.
No conaitmmenta made at all. Address
Empire Sewing Machine Mi'g
' Company,'
. o. BROADWAY N,Y '
Principle genciea Established: Pittsburg;
Ernest etnelm Baltimore, Thoa. Shanks.
Wheeling. W. Va. W. D: 8awlell a Bro. Cii
einnati, O. Mather & Wilson ,
November 80th IS68 lyr
Artvertieo in tA RECORD.
t
Dr. J. S STRONG,
DRUGGIST,
Ilolberta Cur Oppo.itr Conrt-boaae,
McARTIIUIt, OHIO,
aAlEBIN
Drugs, Medicines,
and Chemicals,
FINE .TOIL T SOATS,
FINE II IK ArTOOm Bit USIIE,
PERFUMERY,
A f ISSES Snpportera. aid Shoulder Rriuwa.
G aaa, l'uity. Paints, Oils, Varnishea, and
Dye Stuff, etc., t stem Medicines of every va
riety, ruper, rencila, i'orta Monica. Porte Fo
lioa, Envelopea and a general variety oi fancy
ALSO '"
WATCHES,
JEWELRY.
N. B. Phyaiclona Freiwrintiona carefullv
compounded and orders correctly answered.
nta warranted gonnine and of the beat
quul'ty. April 2, .866tf
PENSION! PENSON!
1TTESTI0.V, SOLDIERS !
MAYO & SHI V EI,
Claim Agrent.i.
A. Maw and D. . Shivel. will
collect BOUNTY, . PACK PAY,
PENSIONS and all claimt against
the Government.
CALL EARLY.
OFFICE: At the Prosecuting
Attorney Ouiee in tho Court
1 louse, McArthur, O. nSCtf
An Invention of Rare Merit!
, amw'iPattat
METAL TOP
LAMP CHIMNEY,
THAT WILL NOT BREAK
BV II BAT,
Burna up all gas end amoks,
shade short, and not toD-
heavy t ii easily oleaned by
rempvina topi, in faot, the
moat perfect chimney known
. v ........ v j Kuuwn
and la fast eupersodina all
othera where it has been in.
troduoed.
No dealer can aflbra to be
without them.
NEW LAMP CHIMNEY CO
3 Warren St., N. T.
Gmted ledteal Cireik
MA El Ev hbliM!
I I ,11 -Flfln- large
letter pagea tor two
kfr 8 cent tamps.
15
Frof. EGBERT JAl'KSON, EOBEKT HER
UERr, M.D.Dr EUGENE VELPEAU.Jr.
The National Dispensary, established 1859.
C IX yean of unrivalled buoccbs in the oure of
O every form of private disease incident to
either sex.
SCIENCE A FAIR DEl LINO V1CTORIODS
OVER EMPIRICISM AND FRAUD. .
We infallibly cuie Syphillii, Uleot, Gonor
rhosa, Impo.ency, Noctnrual and Diurnal Em
issions . C mplainta peculiar to females, and ev
ery form oi private diecare of whatever name
or nature
Spermatorrhoea or Self-abnne, that
RSrOF MODERN BlANHOOD,
fU
easily and speedily cured and eveiy trace of its
terrioie enects erauicitea irom toe aystaro,
without dotention from hasiness. Youngraen
bear this in mind, that we are in possewion ol
the Secret i.eceipta and mothods of practice of
CulverWoll.Lnllemnnd, Hunter, Velpean, Sen..
Rirord and othoi great lights in modern medi
cal acience; for it ia a Tact of the very greatest
importance, and we would ask any man of a t
orage common sense how can the thousand and
one shallow pretenders of the day, with their
feeble inefficient remedies hope to compote with
us?
Ve nnfortutate, ere trusting yoar health and
money to heartless charlitans. at least write to
Drs. Jackson, Herbert & Co., who will at once
etnrn yon a kind, discreet and explicit anew cr.
radiea, write tor our circular.
Dr J aokson'B Female Monthly Fills, for ir
regularities. Price $ 1 per box.
The Mountain of Light or Medical Protector
and Marriage Guide, and an explicit key to
Love and Beauty. Containing 800 pages and
juu piaies. i-7 t ins is in ji dook you want;
pr ce 50 cents; 8 for II.
Send for our splendid circular containing
mere in quantity and of far superior quality to
any of the so-called "pamphlets." Remember
that we aend a written reply to evory letter,
especially adapted to the ptrticnlar ease nnder
consideration, because in the nature of things
eacn case amera rrom evory other.
DR. J A CKSON'd ORIENTAL LINIMENT
romovea all coldness and disability, and rejuv
ena ea organs which hava lain dormant for
many years. '
Dr. Jackson's Irench Patent Male Safe,
ia perfectly safe and never fails to give saiisfoe
tion. It is the onlv sore and safe preventative
against contracting disease ever invented.
Prloa tl each, pe half dozen $4, and per doa-
an si, sent by man
Inebriates or Modern Drinkers who iesire to
reform, but have found it difficult to retrain.
can wholly eradicate all dean for any kind of
liquor, by using ir. Herbert's Anu-AIoobolio
Compound, n unfailing remedy for intemper
once; write for particulars;
Medicine and instiuctiona sent promptly to
any part of the country. Consulting Rooms of
the uispensary, no. 167 sycamore street, Uin-
cinnati, 0. P. 0. Box, No. 4S. Send for cir
cular. june7y
11
ITT!
BHin
From the New York Honld
Prominent among the mec hanical tri-
uinjuis ui tins nuigi ingrrtious age, cmn
mon hunesty compels us to notice tlie Em
one Bewing Machine, commrmled aa just
ly itytrd pei lection itself. Useful as have
been the variola tewing niacin nrs, from
time to time presented to tbe public, each
one of them n as beeo - cursed with acme
radical defect, which detract from general
utility. Warned by the experience of his
predecessors, the in veutor pi tiie Empire
Machine has (reduced an instrument, com
bining all the advaiitagg for which oihrr?
are vaunted, ajid obviating every delert
which cau be attribute.! to them by the
most fastidious, criii-.---.--The
Empii Macn'me is a marvellous com
bination of simpliciiy.econoiny and petfect
workmanship, being durable, free froina li
bility to get out of order, nolselesv, and ea
sy of operation. Its mechanical contii
vance is such as to secure stability, free
ilom from accident, and accuracy aa to
workmanship Bv the u.e of the patented
shuttle and straight needle i( makes a
stitch, which can neither rip nor ravel
while, at the same time, it can operate
perfectly upon every species of material
Irom leather to cambric, with thieads of
cotton, linen or silk, fiom the finest to the
coarsest number. . j -
A the Empire Machine is gradually
mpplunting its': more antique rivals, no
one in want of a more useful iestrument
of this description,' be he or she tailor,
toachmaker, dressmaker or seamstress, can
du otherwise than teeure of thrse tconcm.
leal and inimitable machines, suited alike
for family and manufacturing our poses.
The office of the Empire Manufacturing
Co. is at No. 536 Broadway, New York-
City, where they ore now supplying tlies
empire JUacmnes at prices lur below th
teal value oi tlie Instiuinenta. New York
Herald.
November 30 l865-ly 'l '
Grovesteen & Co.,
PIANO FORTE
499 Itronthvny, ,civ York.
The attention of the Public and the trade
is inviled to our Nev Scalr 7 OCTAVE
ROSE WOOD PIANO FORTES, whiih
for volume and pnritv of tone are uitrivnll-
ed. by any hitherto floewd in this m.irltji.
They contain all the modern improvements
trench, urund .Action, Hurp 1 ed.il, Iron
Frame overFtrun? Buss etc andejeh iiutru
ment being made the personal supeivision
of Mr. J. H. GaovEfTEES who has has a
practical experience of over 31 years iu their
manufacture is fully warranted in ev rv nor
ticular.
Tho ''GrovpBteen I'iano Forfos" ro
ceivtd tlie awurd ol merit over all
others ot tlie celebrated Worlds
Fair,
. Where were exhibited instruments Ir. m
the best makers of London. Paris. Geununy
Philadelphia. Baltimore. Boston and New
York: and also at the American Institute
for Ave successive years, the sold and siher
medals from both of which can be seen at
our ware-room,
By the interoductionof improvements we
make a still more perlcct Piano Forte, and
by manufacturing largely, with a stricflv
cash system, areennbled to oiler "these in-
truments at a price which will preclude all
competition.
Phice-No. 1, Seven Octave, round corners
. " ' Koewood plain case $275.
No. 2, Seven Octave, round, corner,
Rosewood heavy moulding $300
No, 3, Seven Octave round corners
Hosev- ood Louis XIV style ft325
Term: Ni Cnsli inCurrcu Emids,
D ESCRIPTI VE C 1 RCULA KS SEN T
FRE b)
t)ec.7ih 1865 lyr ' a.c,
GIJARDIAIV'S '
SALE OF REAL ESTATE,
BY ORDER OF COURT.
ON THE 2TTH DAY 0? NOVF.MHER. A.
D. 1866, at 10 o'clock A. M. of raid d
on tha premises, will be ald to h highes
bidder, the tollowin g Real Eite, aa the prop
er3 of Mary L Brown, minor heir of Sa'ruael
11. Brown, dee'd, to wit:
Lot No. 20. appraised at $ 50
No. 118,
No. 119,
No. 123,
No. 137,
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250
100
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25
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No. 138,
No. 135,
No. 1C3,
No. 104,
No. 105,
do. No. 100,
do. No. 174,
do. No. 175,
do. No. 190,
No. 197,
No. 199,
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North half of Lot No. 71. up.nt
do do do No. 72, do ...
25
In tbe town of McArthur, Vinton county,
also,
Lot No. 16, appraised at . . . ; . $10
do No. 17, do 10
do No. 30, do 10
do No. 32, do 10
In the village of Trattsville, Vluton coun
ty, Ohio.
TERMS OF SALE:
One-third cash, one-third ia one vear.
and the residue In two years from day of
sate, wun interest, ana mortgage on prem
ises to secure payment.
MARY D. BROWN,
Guardian of person and Estate of Mary L.
Brown.
Joseph J. McDowell, atty, &c. oct25w5"
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ROBACK'S
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PURIFIER!
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SCROFULA
ftn I nil tl i nrifi'.ng
irom impure Uluoa.
ARE SOLD BY ALL
Druggists and Dealers iu
Talent Medicine
EVERYWHERE
PRINCE, WALTON & CO.,
(Succasaori to Dr. O. W. Robaok,) -BOLE
PROPRIETORS,
ZTOfl. 56, 68, 60 & 62 East Third St,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
ccnck8 Seaweed Tonic.
Tlcia medicine invented by Dr.. I. H. i'cnKNoi,
uf Ph.lacl'lphia, 1b lutoiulod to dUi-clve the loou
and make U nti cliymo, (lia tint pri8of di
(TOfiitn. By clcaiiiinir -ilia fcimach with
Schumk'a Mmdruka l'llla, (he tonio xoun ta r
torop (he appotKo, unJ foo'd thn( ooulj no( he
eaten bo fore uMng it will be easily iligonted.
ConaumpdoD van'm t le mrod bj Kchrnuk'a
Pulmonic Syrup onleaa tUeU)maqh.and liver ia
made healthy and t ie appetite rpatjrej. hence
tha Tonio and l'llla are required in ned'rryavo
ry ense of consumption. A half dozen -bottles
of the SEAWEED TONIC and Ihrm or four
boxea ot the MANDB.-tKK PILLS will cure any
ordinary oaae of dyspepsia.
Dr. Sclnnck makes pro'easiontl vi-iNIn New
York, Ba ton, and ut hia principal UBlca in
Philadelphia evary week. Sae daily papers o
ach place, or bis p implilot on c. a lsumpinn frf
hi daye of vlhltation, " - . '
Pkaao obaervo, when piircriaaicij, that the
to likenersoa of the Doctor, one when i" tho
last tffe of couumpticMjtn tho ptharaa he
no U, in perfect liualth.. uro'.on the Gjvorn
moitamp. JL'V
Sold by nil Drnirpl.-Uand' PeelcJri.prlcjSlll.SO
per bottle, or 7 .SO the half dozon. All leitara
for advice should oe vddraared to Dr.Schensk's
Principal Office, No. 15 North 6th at., 1'hiludol
phla,Pa. Genoral Wholesale Agents: Demaa 15 arret
& Co., N. Y.; 8. S. llsnta, BUjmciMl ; J.
1). Parke. Cincinnati, O,.io; Walker & Taylor,
Chicago 111.; Collina Kros., St. Louis, Mo.
Iatw.ea. ni6i- ' ocuSyl
CONFIDENTIAL.
QREaT oombined tales t ot
Europe and 4mcYi(4ro
the men to consult i Dri. Bon
aparte & Reynolds,, ot: 182
Sycamore street, Cinciunati, ia the only office
in the city whero a permanent cure of privato
Diseases can be had without the nue of murcury
or change of diot. We guarantoo to cure Gonr
toea, Glmt, Syphilis, lrapounoy,. Nootarnal
Eniissiona, or Self Abuse, liurw. tai?ions,
Fomtfle complaints, in short, every 'possible
form and variety of Sexuot D:tease. Cures
rapid, th ough and permanent, and feea mode
rate. Come one Come all.
GEAT MEDICAL CIRCULAR BCDt for tWO 3 OOUt
stamps
Fbincti txna A anrepreve'etaiiva todrMase.
Piico, tl aauh, or three fur a?, or ft per dozen.
Sent by mail.
Dr. B.'s Invigorating Liniraint, Price. 2 00
per botlo. . . v
GasAT wont on raivATi diseases, tng odidb
to hkaltii, is beneficial to all, male and fumale
tho old aud you n a. should read this book. It
will enlighten those who grnpa in darkness.
frice.SSo hy mail, mountain of light bn dollar.
N.B. To the ladies. No Lady should be
without M id. L-atora Female Monthly Pills
aftfe and erleciual temedy tor all irregolaiitiea
and obstrnctlnn, fnira whatever cause. rrjoe
one dollar aboxj extra' fine Ave doHere.i--Ciim-munications
by mail entirely tonfidential. No
lettPrs will be answered urkw they contain a
remittance or a poetass stamp. Call or address.
DKS. BOflAPARTl. fc REYNOLDS.
183 Pyeamore St .bet. Fifth and Sixth. t-t aide
Cincinnni. O. Ollica honra, A. M lo . ai.
P. C . Bex It 2.
We are now prepared to do Job
work with nealnesa ami diafitch. 'Give us
call.
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