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1,0 C A I, MATTERS. . tlj
tST .Advertisement to appear on Thurs
day morning, must : bi handed in not later
han 7Vmrtiy ermine ' , -
Keliffious Services in Bit-Arthur.
U.- K. CutJcn. -Preaching ,fabbath atlialf
at ten o'clcok, A. to., and half-ras. tlx
'clock, P. M. gabbatb f?chool,2P. il. -Fwubttibun
iCacBCH. fierviceiit 11 o'cl'k
i. nv, and o'clock p. Mr Sabbath School at 9
o'clock A(M., every Sabbath
Christian Carmen.--Services at 11 o'clock a.
M., every Sabbath. .
New Advertisement!!.
He following ire the new advertiaementa
in this week Record, -. .; , . ... .
Hair Ttenewer-R. P. Hall & Co. ' : '
Sheriff's Sale Brown v Martin.
Law Card H. B, At A. Majo.
Wholesale Grocer L. Engelbrecht, ' ". '
To Ownen of Horset J. G. Stringum.
Spfcial Nofiee -Dr, Srhenck. - - .x t
New Bank.
There is a rumor about town in regard to
establishing a bank in this place.
Books.
For all kinds of books and stationery, go
to Dr. J. S. Strong's Drug-Store.'. .
i i
Races.
We understand that there
races on. the track, one and one-half miles
north of this plaoe, on last Saturday'; '." '
Important Decision.
See the decision of Judge Warren, on the
first page of this issue, in regard to desert
ers,., s . .. . . ' .' :,: ' '
Death of an Eminent Lawyer.
We are called, upon to announce the
death ofatou. Win." A'.i Whittlesey, one' of
the oldest members of :the Marietta bar..
Burglars Caught.
Two of the burglars' engaged in blowing
pen the Brown County Treasur. r's safe,
have been caught. '
Nominating Convention.
The Ohio State Democratic Central Com
mittee has concluded to hold a nominating
convention at Columbus on the 8th of Jan
uary next. ;
, . .
New Co-Partnership.
Messrs H. B. & A. Mayo have formed a
co partnership in the practice of law in this
and adjoining counties, See" card in anoth
er column.
Contest of Election.
The taking of depositions in the contest
ed election c&ses, is still piogressing, before
Ihe justices of the place, without an hopes
of a final conclusion,
Painful Accident.
Miss Helen Carpenter, a young lady re
siding in Athens county, was kicked In the
face, recently, by a horse she was driving,
and the bones of her face badly fractured.
Newspaper Change.
The Pomeroy Telegraph has changed
hands. Chapman & Thrall arc its new ed
itors. The Athena Messenger has also un
dergone a change of proprietorship.
Enterprising.
Delaware county, in this State, lias no
court house, and has not had one for eight
or tan years. A vote was taken this fall
on the question of building one, but the
people voted not to build it.
-
Pike County Seat Question.
The removal of the county cat of l'ikc
county will be before the Legislature again
the coming winter. The cause Mr. Km
met's neglect to build the jail, su it is
claimed he agreed to do.
Railroad Enterprise.
There Is some talk about erecting a
branch raUroud from this place to McAr
tliur Station. The grading on this route Is
almost entirely completed the work ol the
S. & II. V. K. R. Co. some years since.
Change.
We that our enterprising
townsman, Mr. Columbus Ward, has pur
chased a one-half interest in the McArthur
Steam Flouring Mill. The firm name, as
i$ now stands, is Gilman & Ward.
Murderer Sentenced.
'A man named Smith was convicted, on
circumstantial evidence, of murder, in Fa
yette county, and sentenced to be hung on
the 3flth inst. Petitions are In circulation
in that county asking Gov. Cox to com
mute the sentence to imprisonment for life.
Horrible Accident.
. The Cleveland papers give an account of
.1 t , 1 " V l. . l.il
mo Durning oi a nnuse, in which iwo cmii
tlren, one three ami the other four years
old, were burned to death. They were the
children of Patrick Morau, and the parents
were not at home.
To Owners of Horses.
The attention of the public is directed to
the advertisement of Mr. J. G. Stringum, in
another column. He Is prepared to cure
horses of Ringbone, Spavin or any enlarge
ment on a horse ia from six to nine days.
Lieut. Joseph S. Jeffries,
. Formerly of the First Ohio Ilcavy Artil
lery, died at his residence in Jackson, on
Thursday last, of chronic diarrhoea, con-
tractcd while in the army. He leaves a
widow in very feeble health, and one or
more children.
Improvement.
'. Messrs. Doddricge and Sissoa, content
plate building; a business bouse on the
southwest corner of Main and Market
streets. It has been suggested that the par-
. lies make a public hall nut of the second
ftorju That ia a good idea.
Escaped Prisoners.
Four prisoners escaped from the Chilli
cothe jail, recently, and were again arrest
ed in Carter county, Ky, far robbing a
store.- "
Five prisoners also made their escape
' from the Portsmouth jail. Their names are
John Milliard, r ranK. aney, James Sum
J van, Samuel King and James Huston. -
AbbHJ- In Jb WSGQRSX
Horse Thieves.
We learn from the Chilllcotho papers
that two young men living seven or eight
miles from the city, becoming intoxicated,
stole a horse and express wagon Irom Mr.'
Carlisle, but they were pursued by otHcers
Howard and Guln, and were compelled to
abandon the stolen property and take to
the woods.. '' : ' 1 '
Sisson's Drug Store.
Is the place to buy. your medi
cines, pure liquors, fine perfumery",
and toilet articles, oils and paints
ot every description, tobaccorsnuff
and cigars of the finest quality, at
the very lowest rates. ; i r i
Groceries and Produce.
j
We call the attention of bur readers to
the card of L. Engelbrecht, wholesale gro
cer and produce dealer, Portsmouth, Ohio.
Very many of our citizens purchase' their
groceries In the above place, and those who
do so, ought to give Mr. E. a call, as wc are
satisfied that he will sell as cheap as any
housa in that city. .,
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Burned to Death.
We are informed by citizen, from Zales
ki, that two brothers named Scott were
burned to death, near the Zaleskl Furnace,
one day last week. They were employed
in the coaling of the above furnace. ' We
have not, up to this dale learned the partic
ulars in the case.
Witty Retort.
During the progress of the trial of Brolhy
& Potlei rs Scioto Bridge Company, on
yesterday, one of the lawyers, in an excited
manner a f keel a witness what was the nrst
thing a good mechanic does when he starts
to build a bridge. Hie witness cooly re
plied, "Sharpens his tools, ' The audience
and liiwjers burst forth into a loud laugh, in
which (he court could not retrain from join
ing Waverty Democrat, Nov. 2d"
Roback's Blood Purifier
There is no medicine now in use which
is so efficacious as this remedy for the per
manent cure of piles bleeding or blind
piles. The runner removes tne cause, and
invigorates the part to a healthy at'ion.
Take I winrglasslul three or four times h
day diluted with water. If coslivenfss
pievails, take one of the Blend Pills iliree
times a day, to keep the bowels'modpraiely
open.
The County Seat.
We understand that there was a large and
enthusiastic meeting ol the citizens of Zh.
lefeki a few evenings since, for ihe purpose
of taking initiatory steps for securing the
the passage of a law, at the next session o
the legislature, authorizing the people of
this counlv to vote on the removal of .the
county seat from this place to Zaleski. We
shall keep our readers posted in regard to
this matter.'
Interesting Case.
man was
jail on the 10th lust on a charge of bas-
taruy. lie was broiigtit Oeioie J!.sq. Ka
ler yesterday on a motion to dismiss the
action against him. on the ground that the
warrant upon which he was arrested was
"dend''.by virtue of a former arrest mid
return of the writ; and that, therefore, he
was Illegally Imprisoned. Tho 'Squire
"couldn't sec it;" overruled tho motion,
and proceeded with the examination' of
tho prosecuting witness. No defence was
made, and the defendant i tailing.;to enter
into the required recognizance, was re
manded to jail. ...
Cotillion Party.
We learn that there is to be i grand co
tillion party at the Llndsley House, in Za
leskl, on the evening of the 22d inst. There
have been several partiesglvcn nttho Llnd
sley during the past year, anil each one was
a success, all who attended being well
pleased. , . :
We advise those fond of tho pleasing ex
erclso of dancing, to attend at the , Llnds
ley, on the 22d Inst, and we think they
will not regret It. The best of music will
be lurnighed, and plenty of refreshments
on hand, such as hot coffee and tea, ples)
cakes, oysters, ivc.
Admission to the ball room $1.50.
"Splendid 'Splay!"
The great meteoric display, which
beeu extensively advertised to come off on
the evenings of the 12th, 13th and 14th inst.,
owing to a slight misunderstanding on the
part of astronomers, or somo other cause,
didn't come off not much. We had taken
a reserve scat, possessed oursclf of a mag
nificent glass (of apple-toddy) ; but, altho'
we strained our optica to the utmost, we
couldn't quite "see It" It .wasn't-, tharl
However, the performance may have been
postponed on account of the inclcmcncy.of
the weather, and the possibility of its com
ing off at some future time, not altogether
unlikely. We shall sec.
Sad Accident.
On Wednesday morning, 7th inst- Mr.
Charles Moss, machinist in the Little Mi
ami Kail road Works, started from home in
Columbia, to go down to the works of the
company, on a hand-car. When the East
ern Express train, which was behind time,
came along, owing to the fog, the engineer
did not see Mr. Moss until within about
forty feet of him, tho train running at
speed of from forty to fifty miles an hour,
whistled, and Mr. Moss had barely time to
turn his head and look back, w hen the
hand-car was struck and knocked from
under him. The cow-catcher striking him
on tho back of the head, knocked him ov
er fifty feet, breaking in the skull. He
died in about 8 hours after receiving his
injuries.
Mr. Moss was one of the best; machin
ists in the employ of the company, conge
nial, respected by all who knew him, and
a kind and indulgent husband. He leaves
a wife and three children to mourn their
loss. The family and friends of the de
ceased have our warmest sympathy.
Hon. James Guthrie ii in such
bad'health that there is no proba
bility of his taking his seat in the
United, dtates senate any more.
"lie is confined to his bed. . "
Late Arrival of New Goods.
The attention of the public is call
ed to the fact that Dan Will and
Bros, are in daily receipt of new
and seasonable goods of every des-'
cription. The reputation this firm
enjoys for taste and good judgment
in the selection of goods to meet
the wants of their numerous custo
mers, is proverbial -it has, in fact,'
become a "household word." The
pioneer in the "pay down 6ystem"
in McArthur, Dan. has, by close at
tention to business and a disposi
tion to accommodate, become a
leader in the mercantile trade of
our county. This is the result of
a successful effort to reduce busi
ness to a legitimle footing, in giv
ing his customers a proper return
for their money, and demanding
the money therefor. . They are in
daily receipt of Boots, shoes, hats,
caps, ready-made clothing, cents
furnishing goods, ladies dress goods,
groceries, hardware, queensware,
&c. &c. Give them a call.
Dr. Sehenck's Mandrake Pills.-
A Substitute tor Calomel.
These Pills lira oompnged of varions roots,
having tba power to relnx tba accretions of tba
liver promptly ana btloctnally at bin pill or
mercurr. and wUhont vroducintr anv of thnu
diflfrreettble or dangorou effects which often
loilow tne nfie ot tne la'ter.
In all billons disorders thess Fills mny bs
uned with confldonco, as thoy promote the dis
charge of vitiated bile, and remove thoso ob
stsuotions from the liveranJ hiliaryduoU which
are tliecaune of biliona afTcetionii In general.
Schfnck's Mandrake 1'u.ta cure Sick Head
ache, all di'orders of the liver, Indicated by
sallow skin, ooated tongue, coetivners, drowsi
ness, and a general feeling of wearinosa and
lasnitndc, showing that tbe liver la ia a torpid
or obxtructed condition. '
In short, these Pills may bt aeei With advan
tage In all cases when a. purgative or alterative
medieine Is requiaed.
Please ask for 'Or. Bohenck'a Mandrake Pills'
and observe that the two likenesses of the Boo.
tor are on the Government stamp one when In
the last stogo of consumption ; and the oher In
bis pTcaont health.
Sold by all Druggists sad dealers. Pn'co 25
cents per box. Principal OfHce, No. 15 North
Oth Ftrce, Philadelphia, Pa.
Genetnl Wholesale Agentx! Dotnns flnfncs
Co 21 Park How, NY; 8 8 rnce 108 Baltimore
st Bslilmure Md; John 0 Park N corof 4th
and Walnut at Ciiiitlnnati Ohio; Walker & Tay
lor. 131 u 'Jit 130 vt abaxh Avenua C'nlcago III;
Collins Brothcri) S W crofSocoud and Vine
sis St honia Mo. - 4aSwonm1y
Know Thy Destiny.
Madame E. F. Thornton, ho groat English As-
tnlngiat, Clairvoyant and Psychometriuinn.who
has astonished the scientific classrs of the OW
World, has now located herrelf at Hudson, N Y.
Mai'ume Thornton posscasca such wonderful
(.owcriof second sight, as to enable her to Im
part knowledge of the greatest importance to
the siimlo or married of either sex. -While ins
state of trance, she delineates tho very features
of the periion you aro to marry, and by the aid
of sn instrument of intonse power, known s?
the Tsychomolrope, guarantees to produce a
life-like picture ot the future husband or wife
f the applicant, together witl date of marriage
position m lifo, leading traits uf oharactor, etc.
'rlila la ltiirnhn. ib t finnan nrla nf (att.mib
nials can assert. 8he will send, when desired
a certltled certificate, ot written guarantee, that
the Picture is what it purports to be. By en
closing a sm all lock of hair, and stating place of
Lt-.L 1 ..!,: 3 1 ! 1
virill, ligtt, illP(iuBiuuil biiu vuiuujcaiuii, mm
enclosing 60 cents at.d stamped envelope ad-
diesed to yourself, you wiil receive the picture
and desired information by return mnl.. All
com lumcaiiona sacredly connaennai. Address
in co indonco, Madame E. F. Thornton, P. O.
Box 2. Hudson, N. Y. nov8m6
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
J. U,
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COR. OF MAIN & LOCUST STt.
, McARTIIUR, O.;
His now on hand a very large and well se
lected stock of all kinds of Groceries and
Lionors, eonsintipgin part of Teas, coffee, su
gar, Tobacco, cigars, wlnte Fish, uacReral, co
rish, rickles. canned reaches, cove oysters, rep-
per sauce, cnteup, n. o. Mollaascs, cider vinegar,
sedcoids, powder, Lead, snot, caps,
All Kinds of Dye-Stuff
A general assor' tent of perfumeries, cristodo-
ro'a Hairdye .rrantcd to coUr the hair a jet
black withor injury to the hair orscaip,ios-
tetter's ana KODajlt's stomacn Bitters, concen
trated Lye, soap, a general assortment of gen-
tlcmon's winter gloves from the finest bucl to
the common woolen, all kinds of Liquors from
the finest trench nrandy and old Bourbon whis
ky to common corn whisky tjbe sold from one
pint to one hundred gallons, or any other quan
tity desired, all of which he proposed to sell aa
low, if not lower than other nonee in the esun
ty. ill kinds of country produce taken in ex
change for Urcceriet .
Children can get goods as cheap -a their pa.
routs.
COME ONE ! COME ALL !
JSept. S7-Sm.
J. G. 8WETLAND.
Adiiiiiiistralor's Sale
OF
REAL ESTATE.
PURSUANT to an order of sale from the Pro
batd Court, of the county of Vinton, I will
offer for sale, at public auction, on
Monday, December 10th, 18G0,
at one o'clock P. M ., upon the premises, the
following described real estate, situated in the
count of Vinton and State of Ohio, to-wit:
The west half of the south west quarter of
section n vol ol township eight (3) range sixteen
(16) containing seventy fonr (74) acres more or
less. Alao , thirty-four (84) aoresoff the north
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luu ui mo luiiu wiug uBBvriusu promiiwa oi.u-
ated In the county and state aforesaid, to-wit:
The east half of the southeast aurter of sec-
onsix(6) township (8) range sixteen (16)
nlalniDgtevenfy-lour acres.
copraised at Eleven hundred dollars. Terms
sale: One-third In band, one-third Id six
months, and one-third in twelve months from
the. day of sale, with Interest. The payment to
De secured py mongage upon tne premisMaoia.
.fATBICK HENRY QUINN,
Administrator of the estate of
Michael Danehertr. deceased.
Bratton A Mayo, Utornoya. . novl w5
Vinton Probate Court.
"rOTICE. Diah B. Cowdery, guardian of
J.1 M ary u. and Harriet juol'annell has Died
bis acocunts and vouehers for inspection and
settlement in the Probate Court of Vinton coun
ty, Ohio, and that the same will be for hearing
in said oonrt on Saturday the 84th day of Nov.
ember, a d 1866. Bated November 8th, a d 1S6&,
sw mvuAsw unaj.u, rro. jtogo.
WT
DODDRDIGE & SON
DIALER3 IN
HARD WAKE
ASD
CUTLERY.
Smiths', Carpenters', Iff a-
ciaincsis' ana troo
pers' Tools.
A full Supply of
PLOWS AND PLOW CASTINGS
CONflTASTLT ON HAND.
Also, Agents for all kinds of
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY !
WE are now receiving a large slock of all
goods usually kept in a Hardware Store,
which we will sell at the lowoet possible prices,
t2T(5jpecia. Attention raid to Oriwi.gJ
J. Doddridge & Son,
Main Street, (opposite Hawks Store,)
. . McArthur, 0.
November I, ISJMm. '
ill,
PRICES REDUCED!
C. J. niLLINCIWRST
HAS just returned from Columbia with ad
ditiooul facilities for
C0PY1HG ADD ENLARGING
OLD
Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypc,
Photographs, or
AXY OTHER PICTIRES OF AY SI28
and making them aa TEKFECT as ptctorat
takon FROM LIFE
If you w-nt any kind of a picture, from
MiklATtRl to Lint Sizk, go to ltilllngharsi's
Phnfograi h and Fine An Gallery in Mc Arthur.
Photographs colored in Oil, Watir Colors,
Itibu Ink, and finibhed in the highest style
of art.
Pictures taken In all kinds of woather.
His present tinea of Albulffs will be sold at
cost. Photographs of Lincoln, Urant, Sherman
and ethers; alau, Lockets, fine Cold Pons and
Finger Rings for sale.
Pictures of all slice framed to order.
UoArtbur, Ohio, August 16, IStfK-tf
NEW CLOTHING STORE
IN
M' ARTHUR, 0.
In WilPs Building, room formerly occupied
by J. P. Dun'kle.
THE undersigned wishes to say to the people
of VJnion county and the publio generally
thai ho has opened out ,
A FULL & COMPLETE STOCK
i
Ready - Made CLOTHING,
Gents FttrnisJdng Goods,
of every description,
Hats, Caps, Boots & Shoes
for Ladios and Gents;
TRUNKS, VALISES, &c,
which he la determined to sell at the
CASH PRICES!
CALL AND EXAMINE
HIS STOCK
Rcforc Purchasing Else
where !
oct25m3 IIENItY ItlClIMAN.
Dr. J. S. STRONG,
DltUGGIST,
HulbcrU Cor Opposite Courl-housr,
McARTIIUIi, OHIO,
IALIX III
Drugs, Medicines,
and Chemicals,
FINE TOIL T SOArS,
FIXE II IIC;& TOOTH llltUSHE,
PERFUMERY,
M
ISSES Supportors, and Shonldor Braces,
Girrs, I'utlv. Paints. Oils. Vornislien. and
Dye 6tuu, etc, f'aton'i Medicines of every va-
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I. I ' u,iKI ,n, ui9 niuiucH. rune r v
llos, Envelopes and a general variety ol fancy
AL80
WATCHES,
AND
JEWELRY.
N. B. Physicions Proscriptions carofnlly
compounded and orders correctly answered;
tines warranted genuine ami ni tne nest
quality. . April SR. '.SA6tf
11V
PENSION! PERSON!
lTTEiT10, SOLDIERS !
MAYO & SniVEL,
Claim Agents.
A. Mayo and D. B. Shivel, will
collect BOUNTY, BACK PAY,
PENSIONS and all claims against
the Government.
CALL EARLY.
OFFICE. At the Prosecntinar
Aiiorney-s unice in me uoiirt
HoiiHe, McArthnr, O. y26tf
Ws are now prepared to do Job
work with eataeHt.v. ditpttcH. fiivtni
a Mil.'
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Mill
fill
ROBACK'S
SUGAR-COATED,
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PURELY VEGETABLE.,
Free from Mercurj
ALL MINERAL POISON.
And are, undoubtedly, tba
beat remedy extant
SICK AXD NERVOUS HEADACHE I
us membrane of the bowels.
thereby removing lln eaoi. is
LIVER PILL
they oan hav nit rival, being com
posed of Ihe uiont
Powerful Vegetable Exfnoia
which hares direct action so the
SPLEEN AND LIVER,
Ihe happy eftVt of which can be
seen after one or two doses. They
Remove the Bile,
Assist Digestion,
Cure Costlvenem,
fa fact, they are, s their asm
indicates, Ilia ,
BLOOD PILL
"The Life-Giving Principle."
They search out disease and
strike nt its very root, leaving the
system in tlu lull vigor of health :
am PKHKKCfI,Y HARMLESS TO
INFaNTs, (lit I'KRSONH OF THE
MOST UKI.1CATB COJIbTITU
TIONS, and are a
SAFER, SUHEH ANDBETTE
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Purgative Pill
than has ever before been available
to mankind, and, being thickly BU-GAR-WiATKH.areMiwoiallyadnrtt.
ed aa a KEM ElY KORCH1 l.IlR KN.
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and pornnns who have a dread of
awaiiowing a pin. They are, tin
questionably, one of our most
siiiimiiciory CATHARTICS,
PRINCE, WALTON it CO.,
(Successors to Dr. C. W. Rohack,)
BOLE PROPRIETOHS,
Noa. 50, 68, 80 Si 62 East Third 8t,
CINCINIVA.TI, O.
Aro Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers in Patent Mediclnet
EVERYWHERE.
irARDIAi'S
SALK OF JXEAL ESTATE,
III' ORDER OF COVRT.
ON THE MTU DAY 0? NOVEMBER, A.
D. 18C8, tl 10 o'clock A. M. of cald d.y.
on the premises, will be sold to ho highest
bidder, (no following Real EWate.as he prop
er of Mary h. Brown, minor hoir of Samuel
II . tfrown. dee'd, to wi:
Lot No. 2(5, appraised at. $ 60
do. No. US, do 40
do. No. 119, do 40
do. Xo. 123, do 80
do. Xo. 137, do 80
do. Xo.138, do .-. 30
do. No. 135, do 25
do. No. 1G3, do ... 20
do. No. 104, do 25
do. No. 1C5, do 30
do. No. 1(10, do .. 40
do. No. 174, do 250
do. No. 175, do 100
do. Xo.lOU, do 50
do. Xo. 197, do 60
do. No. 199, do 20
Xorth half of Lot Xo. 71, ap. at 25
do do do No. 72, do 25
in the town of McArthur, Vinton county,
Ohio.
ALSO,
Lot Xo. 10, appraised at $10
do Xo. 17, do ...10
do Xo. 30. do ..,10
do No. 32. do 10
in the village of Prattsviile, Vinton coun
ty, Ohio.
TERMS OF SALE r
One-thirrl cash, one-tblnl In one year,
and the residue in two years from day of
gale, with interest, and mortgage on prem
ises to secure payment.
MARY D. BROWN,
Guardian of person and Estate of Mary L.
Brown.
Joseph J. McDowell, atty, tc. oct25w5
LANKS of every detcripttaa. ft Mle
MtUla office. , . . .., ;
V FOR jt
Jy Operating,
jy m thr rto, by virtue vy
mm Kj-sciai amnny lor 111 . .
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