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Official Organ ol lntoii County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
XW Advertisement to appear on Thurs
day morning, must be handed in not later
hari Tuesday evening . i
Religious Services in McArthur.
M, E. Cbvbcb. -Preaching 6bbath athelf
ptrt ten o'clock, A. la., and bolf-rest nix
o'clock, P. li. 6i.bh.th filed, 2 P. U
rMBTTKRIAN CHtBCB.-Kcrv!oe it 11 o'cl'k
a. it.. aud o'clock r. but? bulb School at 9
o'clock A. H., every Sabbath.
Chhibtian Chukch. So r vice at 11 o'clock a.
K.,evory Aabbath.
Take Notice
. To the change of cir time at McArthur
Btation, the M. AC. RR.
Firearms.
Mr. J- G. Shetland ha just rceive,l an
other cast of those He Iginm Mii6ket, just
the thing for killing rabbits, qnuils, etc.
To Subscribers.
lor
Ledger" are not yet complete. Money for
thobe publications will be received up to
the 30tli of this mouth.
RUTH C. BRATTON.
Murder.
We learn that EzraPinncy was shot In
the head on New Years night, and died yes
terday. The difficulty oecttred at a ball,
and John McWhortcr is said to be the man
who done the shooting." We will give the
p nrtlculnrs next week.
Sisson's Drug Store ,
la the place to buy your medi
cines, pure liquors, fine perfumery,
and toilet articles, oils and paints
oi every description, tobacco, snuff
and cigars of the finest quality, at
the very lowest rates.
To our Advertisers and Subscribers.
All persons who have paid for Btibiicrp
tlon, will have their papers mulled to them
regularly every week until the time paid
for. All advertisements paid for, will be
continued their time, and contracts mado
by mo will be tilled by my successor.
W. E. BRATTOX.
Notice.
All persons having business Cards and
Advertisements In this paper that ate not
paid for In advance, will be set out next
week, as I am determined to do a cash bus
iness. I will send this paper to all the pres.
ent subscribers, and next week we will
strike oft" nil names that are not pal d lor
in advance. R. C. BRAT TOX.
Another "Hop."
Our indefatigible young friend
and Terpsichorean worshipper, Mr.
J. G. Swetland, Jr., has in contem
plation, we understand, the getting
up of a huge anniversary ball, on
the evening of the 22d proximo.
Whatever "Joe" undertakes, in the
way of a dance, is certain to prove
a success.
Business Change.
Our enterprising hardware mer
chants, Messrs. Strong & Gibbons,
have purchased the hardware es
tablishment of Messrs. Doddridge
fc Son, and as soon as the new
building of Mr. Sisson, druggist, on
the south-west corner of Main and
.Market streets, is completed, will
remove their stock to the rooms
now occupied by Mr. Sisson and
the Messrs. Doddridge.
Temperance.
Wo Invite discussion and communica
tions, on the'eause of Temperance. The
murders and other crimes, and the many
rows and fusses that occur at all our pub
lie assemblies In Vinton county, are mostly
all attributable to the immoderate use of
LIqour. The criminal expenses of our
county is nine tenth of it to be credited
to tbo same cause. Surely every tax-payer,
every man, woman and child is directly
Interested la stopping this abuse of ardent
spirits. We hope the people will net in this
matter at once.
New Year's Eve Ball.
At the Court House, was the largest that
ever met before In McArthur, The Lon
donderry String Band discoursed most ex
cellent music, and the evening passed elfin
good order, except a slight misunderstand
ing, about 9 o'clock, with Capt. Whiskey,
who forgot the rules, as usual, and came
near marring the harmony of the evening;
as it was, there were only two or three
knock-downs, and some dozen struck, but
nobody knew who hit anybody, and the
dance went on, and continued to the
-"Wee sma' hours beyant the twa,"
when all retired in harmony and the best
of good nature. We sincerely hope our
young gentlemen will not hereafter permit
whisky to be in attendance at our balls.
Respect for the ladies present should al
ways require any gentleman to abstain
from Ms cups on such, occasions.
Dyspepsia, or Indigestion.
This complaint, of all others, is of th
most ooinmon occurrence, and pervades ev
ery rank of society. The usual symptoms
are, want of appetite, sudden and transient
.distensions of the stomach, frequent eructa
tions, heartburn, stomach pains, and fre
quent costiveness and diarrhoea. The
causes are numerous, tha'most common be-
ing luxurious diet and want of sufficient
exercise, excessive menial anxiety, want of
pure air, etc. To effect a certain cure, it
is jieeessary to adopt regular habits, use
moderation la eating and drinking, and re
store -fhe tone of the stomach with Roback'i
Stomach Hitlers. If the bowels are cons'i-
Sated, use Rob&ek's Blood Pills In moderate
oses, sufficient to produce slight evacuations
iveyde. ' '
Peterson's Magazine
Clubot eight to McArthur, Ohio, sent by
Mrs. Ruth C Bratton, has not yet been re
ceived. What Is the matter? Remittances
all made.
Sunday School Festival.
was a very entertain
ment at the Methodist Church on Xew
Years night. We call It a Festival for
want of any other name to designate It.
It was given for the benefit of the Sunday
School Scholars, and, to them, the princi
pal feature was the 'Christmas Tree," and
the many beautiful presents with which it
was decoritted. Music, and recitations by
the little ones were succeeded by the dis
tribution of the presents to the different
classes. At the close of the 'entertainment
Mr, Barnes, tho popular superintendent of
our Schools, was presented by his scholars,
with a Biblcand Writing desk, Miss Jones,
in few and appropriate words made the
presentation In behalf of the School and
received for them the thanks and gratelul
response of Mr Barnes. The Church was
crowded to Its utmost, and every one went
away well pleased with tho entire performance.
C7
(JVftfi A MONTH! Agents wanted for men
tJIJu tirely new articles, just out. Address
O. T. Oarkv, City lluilding, Biddeford, Mo.
juue7iawlj
Scbeiuk's Seaweed Tonic.
TbU medicine Invented by Dr. J. II. iS'chixok,
of lUilat cli'hia, is Intended o dissolve he food
and n'ulio i( iniu chyme, (be lirri pn cos ol' di
gefliou. liy chanting the tfomach with
Svhuiick'e Msndrake I'llla, (lie Tonio oun ro
toies (lie nppetifo, unci Ibcd thn( could nut ho
eaten bo lore using it will be easily digested.
Consumption cann t bo ciirod by tielienck's
Pulmonic Syrup utiles tlietttomuob and liver is
made licoKliy and (no appetite reured, bom e
(be Tonio and fills are required in nearly eve
ry erao of consumption. A half dozen Miles
of fho BEAWKKD TONIC and thre or four
boxes ol (be MANDK.t KE PILLS will cure any
ordinary case of dyspepsia.
Dr. Schanck makes pro'estdontl vi-i.ln Now
Vork, Boston, and a( his principal Olllee lu
l'iiiladelphin every weok. See daily papers o
euch plact ' bis pamphlet on coonniimptiun.fr
his days i .rltutiou.
l'lraao l-serve, wben purchasing, thnt the
(wo likenenscs of tho Doctor one whon I" the
last stage of consumption, and the otlior as he
now is, In perfect heultb, are ou tbo tiovcrn
men( stump.
6old by all Druggists ond Dealers, prlco 1.50
per bottlo, or 17.50 tho half dozen. All letters
for advice should ne addrespod to Dr. Bohenek'a
Principal Olllco, No. 16 North 6(h st., Philadel
phia,!. General Wholesale Agonts: Demos Barnes
A Co., N. Y.; 8. S. Uance, Bultimore, M1 ; J.
D. Parke, Cincinnati, 01 io; Walker & Tuylor,
Chicago ill.; Collins Bros., St. Louis, Mo.
lstw. oa. mo. octSSyl
Kcw Bounty Itill and Pensions,
As passed by Congress July 27, 1866,
gives ftlOO additional bounty.
To every honorably discharged soldier
who enlisted in the army of the United
Stutes since April 19, 1861, for three years,
and served his term of enlistment and wiio
has received or was entitled to recieve but
6100 bounty.
To every such soldier who lias been dis
charged on occount of wounds received in
the lino ol duty before his term of enlist
ment expired.
To the widow, minor children or parents
it. the ordrr named, of any such soldier who
died while in the service or (mm wjunds
received or disease contracted while in the
service of the United Stales.
850 ADUITONAI, BOUHT,
To all honorably discharged soldiers who
have served two years under one enlistment
and who have received but 100 bounty.
AN INCREASE PENSION
Has also been granted by a recent law
To widows of soldiers uh.i have died in
tlie army, or to the children if the widow
has died or re-married 62 per month for
each child under 16 years of age.
- To soldiers who have lost a loot or a hand
or been disabled equal to the luss of a hand
or foot, 615 per month.
TnDEE months' extra pat
Has been granted every officer who was in
commission Msrch 3d. 1365, and resigned
or was honorably discharged after April 9,
1865, which is promptly collected by
E. A. BRATTON,
Authorized Military Claim-Agent,
Aug. 16, If. McArthur, Ohio.
DRUG
-AND
flSook Store,
(Ilulbert'e cor. opposite Court-house, )
Ittc AttTIH It, o.,
DEALEB IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES & GDEMIGALS
BOOKS, STATIONERY
l ANB TAMKTt ARTICLES.
III!. . S. I Will,
Reason B. Steirg Estate.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the un
dersigned have nppn nnnntntpd and
duly qualified as executor of the estate of
Jtceason a. steirg, deceased, late of Vinton
county, 0.. Dated McArthur. December
ltn, a.ri. low. ICI13WJ MAltX STELKSv :
gartaw. - -
DODDROIGE & SON
DEALKRS IN-
HARDWARE
AXD
CUTLERY.
Smiths', Carpenters', Ma-
ciiiiiesir and uoo
liers' Tools.
A full Supply of
PLOWS AND PLOW CASTINGS
CONSTANTLY OK BAND.
Also, agents for nil kinds of
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY !
WE are now receiving a large stock of all
goods usually kept la a Hardware 8tora,
which we will sell at the lowest possible prices,
tW Special Attention Paid to Order. .(ft
, . J. Doddridge Sc Son,
Main Street, (opposite Hawks Store,)
McArthur, 0.
November J, IS6Mm.
.-. - .'. .. .. ;
' '- . i .. .- ; . .
;s ' '-.7 .
II STEEL
PROSFBOTUS
or tb ;
OHIO STATESMAN
... FOR 1867. ....
A 6 in the pant, through Bun .bine aud storm,
Thi Ohio Btatmiiak will continue inflex
Iblr Demooratie unalterably devoted to an
advocacy of (be maintenance of the Constitu
tion, in apirit and In letter, and to the preser
vation of the Union. Aaide frem thU. Tna
Statisiian will bestow particular attention to
JVeitt, LegMatite and Congressional Re
ports, Choice, Instructive and
l'leasing Literature.
And will ftive faithful Market Rnporta fomtho
leadinir Commercial Center of the country.
On thi 13th of De.e-nbor Tin WitgLt
Sta'i-mam will be no enlarged as to givo two
and h ilr addltiinul columns of reatiing matter
weekly. The following are the )
TERMS-CASHfcIN ADViNCE.
Dally Htiibsimm per year $9 00
do do six months 4 50
Til-Weekly Statesman per year 4 50
' do do six months... 2 io
WEEKLY STATEMAN.'
One copy, six months, for $ 1 00
One copy, one year, for 2 00
rive copies one year for 9 00
Ten copies, one year for 17 50
Twenty copies, one yer for 32 00
Fifty copies, one vcar ftr 75 00
LAYMAN & ESIIKM1AN,
decllwa C'olumbup, Ohio.
SAuan. wroKorr, Joseph t. kai.kii
WYCKOFF & KiLER,
Manufucturert and Dealers ia
ALL KINDS OF CABINET
FURNITURE,
MAIN STREET
Oppotito Dr. Wolf Ofllco,
Mc Arthur f Ohio.
'JM1E1H stick consists In part of
LniEADS,
BEDSTEADS,
TABLES,
L'UAIRS.
SAFES.
L UNGES.
CRIBS,
STANDS,
SASU,
DOORS.
" BLINDS,
COFFINS, &C
iilwavs on hand or furnished on short notice, at
low figures. Torma Strictly Cash. n51
CONFIDENTIAL.
GREiiT combined talentot
Europe and America are
the men to consult : Dra. Bon
aparte & Reynolds, ot 1S2
Sycamore street, Cincinnati, ia the only office
In the city whero a permanont cure of private
Dlwftaea can be had withontth mho of murenry
or change of diet. Wd guarantee to cure Gonr
r.cen. Ulcer, syphilis, irnpouncy, Nocturnal
Einissloni, or Soil' Abuse, Diurnal Emissions,
Fomale complaints, in ahort. evorv possible
form and variety of Sexual Diseaoo. C'uros
rapid, th ougu and pormuncnt, and fees mode
rato. Come one Come all.
UitiAT uiiDicAL circular sent for two t cont
stamps
fntNcii safei A sure preventative to disease.
Piico. 1 eacb, or three for f2, or $7 per dozon.
Sent by mall.
Dr. B.'s Iuvigoratinc Llnimint. Price. 2 00
per botle.
uriat work on private diseases, ths ooide
to health, Is beneficial to all, male and femalo
the old and young, Bhould read tliia book. It
will enlighten those who grope in durkness.
iJi hk. k ' 1 . ' 1 ' 1 . 111 .
nua,tj nj iiiuii, uiuuutaiTi ui ugnv one aoiiur
N. B. To the ladies. No Ltdy should be
without Mad. Lozieru Female Monthlv Pills
a safe and cfleotunl remedy for all irregularities
and obstruction, from whatever cause, l'rice
one dollar a box; extra, fine flvo dollar. Cum-
munlcationa by mail entirely (onfldontlal. A.,
letters will be answered u 11 loss they contain ft
remittance or a postage stamp. Call nr address.
DKS. BONAPAKTEA REYNOLD.
1S2 Sycamore St ,hot. Fifth and Sixth, east sido
Cinciunai. O. Ollioe hours, 6 A. M. to P. M.
P. t . Box 182.
To Owners of Horses !
r HE undersigned would take this method of
informing owners of hjrsoiand the public
gonorally tbat he la prepared to romove
RINGBONE, SPAVIN,
OR
Any Enlargement on a Horse,
In from
Six to Nine Days.
lie can be consulted at all time: In McArthur,
where ho will bo pleased to have those wishing
his services, to call upon hira.
A Positive Cure or no Charge.
novlSral J.U.STRINGUM.
Vinton Probate Court.
NOTICE.-H. C. AT. W.Robbns, Execn
fnranf tha .a?otA nf .IaIiii RnKhlna AanA
tlAVA fitlid tlioip mwnnt. a..t Ba.aIi.m 1m frkJ
ProbaW Court of Vinton County, Ohio, for in
spection ana nnai seiuemcnt, ana mac tne tame
will be for homing in faid Court, on Saturday,
tlin2llhHnv nF Navmnlio. d 1 QUA il II .L
Clock, ft m uf RSlll Anv 71ntdH Nnvamlmr Rfi
adl86. BICHAKD CRAIG. Pro. Judge.
Notice to Bridge Builders.
NOTICE ia hereby given, that the Commis
sioners of Vinton eounty, Ohio, will meet
at the times and places herelna fter mentioned,
for the purpose of letting to the lowest respon
sible bidders, the contracts for building certain
bridges , hereinafter described and designated,
to-wit:
In Harrison township, across the middle-f.rk
of Salt creek, on the Huff road, on .
. Thursday, January 3d, 1807,
at two Q'tloek P. M., of said dy . i
Also, in Elk township, acroaa the'ereek between
thi Madeira and Sherwood fa'ms, on '
. Friday, January 4tb, 18C7,
t two o'clock T. M. ; -
Terms and specifications made known on the
day f sale.
By Order of the CommisMonern
x ; '- - i H.C. MOOKE, .
daolStd And. V.C.O.i
Vinton Probate Court.
XTOTICE Joel Q Swetland. adminUtr&tar
i i of the, estate of George Nuon, deo'd, has
.vw mid .wuuiiLa mui luuuuoi lur luiipmuui
and partial settlement, and that ths same will
be for hearing on the 8d day or January, 1867.
Ic - - TRIOH A RD CBAIO , Pro. . Judge.
L.-EN GEL DRECHT,
WUOLESALE GROCER
AND
TROD UCE DEALER,
Corner of Front "and Madison Streets,
PortHinoiith, OI1I0.
BUT all kinds of Coaatu produoa.
inovlfftit
I 3 O
v H ? B h
f 3 g.i g o
II o c "
V I 2 & 8 s '
;11 ! 3 o p ra
1 M-1 I T
Notice to Creditors of
Thos. A. Martin, Assignor.
IN tho matter of the assignment iof Thomas
A. Martin. 1 will on tlio 13th dny of Jan
uary 1S07, pay 8.pcr cent, (buing the first div
idend,) on clu ins a. lowed.
. II. O. JONE8,
dcc20w4 Assignco of T. A Martin.
Vinton Probate Court,
NOTICE.-JaiiiOH Gibbon, administrator of
the estate ol Jcs-co B. Finney, dcruucd,
has filed his accounts and vruchera tor inspce
tion and final settlement, and tliut the same
will bo for hearing on the fd day of January,
1867. oil lilCUAKD CliAIG, Pro.Jndgo.
Viutou Probate Court.
NOTICE Frod. W. Iluynes, admiii!4rator
of tho estate of Jiimos Carter, ilue'd. Irs
filed hia accounts and vouchers for inspco'.lon
and partial settlement, and tliat the kuiiw will
be for hearing on the 8d day nt' miliary, A. D.
1807. n5l KICIIAKI) CUAIG, fro. Jude.
Vinton Probate Court.
NOTICE William Kowlund, gnardiun of
Andrew Bulta, lias filed hia ucvonnt and
vouchers for inspection and partial aettlcment,
and thnt the same will bo for hearing on ill 3J
day of January, 1S07. 1UCI1ABD i.'UAHl,
dec20wS Pro. Judgo.
GO TO T1IK
15
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO,
Just opened by
STR0NG& GIBBONS
riTHEHEwill be constanlly kept, 'at aston
IT ishingly low prices, complete intitort-
HARDWARE!!
SUCH AS
Nails, Files. Easps, Locks, Hatchets, Ham
mnrs,Axes, Hand saws, Wood saws, Augers,
Chisels, Draw-knives, Butts, Screws,
Wrenches, Bolts, Curry combs. Paint and
Wall brushes, Butcher's knives, Table and
Pocket cutlery, Gun locks, Tubes, Powder,
Lead, Gun cups. Shot, etc, etc.
Also, Coal and Wood Cooking Stovos, Ideating
Stoves and Grates, Together wtth u full as
sortment of
T I N - W A It E !
All of Which will bo Bold very lov fur cash.
To convince the people tlint wo sell chciper
thun any other cstiibliuhmeut in town, we usk
them to give una call.
Koom oue door eastof E.D. Dodges store and
opposite Urattons block.
novlym STRONG & GIBBONS.
PII OTOUK APHIC.
E. & II. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
Manufacturers of Photographic
Materials,
WIIOLESALB AND RETAIL,
501 BROADWAY, N. Y.
In addition to onr main business of rilOTO
GRAPHIC MATERIALS, we are Hcadnnurtcr
for the following, viz :
Stereoscopes dc Stereoscopic Views
Of American and Foreign Chios and Land
scapes, Groups, Statuary, et-i
Stereoscopic Views of the War,
From negatives mado in tho various campaign'
and forming a complete rhotogmphie history
of the grei.t con to
Stereoscopic Views on Glass,
Adapted for either the Magio Lantern or the
Sterescope. Our Catalogue will be sent to any
address cn receipt of Stamp.
Photographic Albums.
We manufacture more largely than any other
house, about 200 variettoe from SO cents to 50
each. Onr ALBUMS ha. e the reputation of be
ing superior in beauty and durability to any
others.
Card Photographs of Generals,
Statesmen, Aetors, etc,, etc.
Our Catalogue embraces over FIVE THOUS
AND different subjects, iuoluding reproductions
of the moat celobra'cd Engravings, Paintings,
Sta'ues, etc. Catalogued scnV on receipt cf
Stamp.
Photographers and others ordering goods C.
O.D., will please remit 25 per cent of the
amount with thoir ordor.
' tiTTho prio. e and quality of our goodn can
not (ail to satisfy. . JuneSl,'6-ly.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
r I HIE regular meeting of tho Board of
JL bcuooi examiners lor vmton county
will be held at the Union School House, in
HcArthnr, Ohio, on the 1st and 3d Satur
days in the months of March, April, May,
September, October, and November; and
the 1st Saturday in the months of January,
February, June, July, August, and Decem
ber, io each year; Aapplicants are requir
ed, by law, to pay 50 cts. each, as a con
dition of examination. .i -
ORVILLE GUXNING.Ch'n,
--.c-i- - ft. m.. MCUlULil VKA X,
dec20'66-tf J. J. McDOWELL, Cl'k.
' Advertise In the BECOPP,
t.i
jav L 1 mi rrw1 f I TatT i T JV
LA.
ITS EFFECT 13
TIIK 1CULO US.
The olJ, tho young, tho middle aged nnlte to psako
HALL'S
VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR RENFWER.
It is an entirely pew scientific dlieorery, oonibUiIng
many of tho mot powerful and restorative agtule
in the Ttgttuble kiwjilom.
We have such confidence In It rnerlta, and am
so lure it will do all we claim for It, that we offur
1,000 Reward
If the Sicilian ITaib Rkxewcu doei not give sat
isfaction in all case when used in strict accord
ance with our instructions!
HALL'S
Yegetahle Sicilian Hair Jlenewef
has proved itself to be the moat perfect preparation
for th liuir ever offered to tbo public.
It is n vegetable compound, and contains an
Injurious properties whatever.
It Is not a Dye, It strikes at the Root and Alls
tho gland with new lifo and coloring matter.
IT WILL RESTORE OR At UAlIt SQ
ITS OB1Q1XAL VOLOR.
It wilt keep the Half front falling mi.
XI eleanaes the Scalp, and tnnktt tk limit
SOFT, LUSTROUS, AXD S1LKZX
IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSIItGI
No person, old or Tonng should fail to u It.
It is rteommenilnl nnii used t'iJCSV MIJM
1CAL AUTUQlliri'. , .
Ask for Hall's Vegetable Sicilian
Baiu Renewed, and take uo other.
The rroprictors offer tlie Siciliah ITaib H
meweii to the public, entirely confident that It will
bring back the hair to its original color, promote it
growth, and in nearly all cuse where it lias fallen
off will restore It unless the person is tcry agtd.
It. P. HALL & CO. Proprietors,
Nashua, If. a
, Cf- Sold by all DniggUts.
ROBACK'S
BITTERS
474
V
V
V
ROBACK'S
STOMACH
CURE
DYSPEPSIA,
and are the best Toolo
in tlie world.
2
V
ROBACK'S
BLOOD
PILLS
CURE
SICK
HEADACHE,
at. VI
Costiteam, and all ill.
aeaaea of the beweli.
ROBACK'S
BLOOD
PURIfltl!
SCROFULA
and all diseasa aritlnf
from Impure bleed.
BE SOLD BY AL .
Druggists and Dealers la
Patent Medicinef -
ilWEiRYWHiiliia
v
CURES ' Ji
PRINCE, WALTON & CO.,
(SuoseMOTf to Sr. O. W. Robaok,) . -'
' SOLI PROPRIETORS, . ' .1
, 86. 58, 60 ft 62 East Third. St.
CWOIKNATI, 0TQ

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