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Til U It SUA DEC. O, 1809.
Six hundred dollars worth or
goods were stolen out of i
freight car at Athens lust week
Blind Tom, the wonderful
musical prodigy, gives two
concerts in Chillicothe, the 15th
and 16th inst
, Xuey are having the Email
pox at Hanging . Rock, Law'
ranee Co. Four cases, one
death. .,' ' .
3,8(73,000 bushels of coal aro
on their way down., the. Ohio,
and the people rejoice at the
prospect of cheap coal.
:Jauk& W. JJayarc has been
appointed . Postmaster at
Athens, in place of Win. Gol
den. . . , .
Limestoxe- Furnace, in Jack
son county, has been appraised,
preparatory to sale, at thirty
eiit thousand dollars..
Judge Dickey was lobbed of
$55 In "money and S300 1n
notes by a burglar' iii a hotel
a'ti Washington, Ohio, last Tues
day. Tub Democratic Conimis.
sioners of Franklin county
were indicted at the last session
of the Grand Jury for malfea
Bance in office.
R.O. IIoffman, formerly of
Jackson county, and in 185G
the Republican candidate for
Congress in this district, has
permanently located at Colum
bus, O., where he will engage
in the practice of law.
At Middleporr, Ohio, last
Thursday, a little daughter of
Jlichael Feeney went to the
fire : during' her mother's brief
absence to wash some potatoes,
and her clothes taking fne,was
ed burnt that she died next
Tub Young Men's Christian
will hold a grand fair,' for three
djys and nights, commencing
JanuarylO, 1S70, the proceeds
to be used for the purchase Oi'
2 circulating library.
i John Stkoubk, Hocking coun
ty, ten miles east of Adelphi,
has struck oil by exploding a
torpedo in one of the aban
doned oil wells of that region,
.audas a consequence' the oil
excitement is, again at a fever
heat in that locality. .
, , Tub Ironton Register says
there is a woman in the lower
end of lhat county who became
the mother of her tenth boy a
few days ago. . Resides the ten
boys, she has also, three girls,
What is more, the oldest child
is just twenty-one years of age,
, .AM. 1II8UUU WUIUUIJ,. WJUUW VI
.Peter Rose, late of Adelphi.
.and who was confined in the
tRoss County Infirmary escaped
one night last week, and in her
wanderings fell, through the
trestle work at the railroad
bridge ovr- the Scioto, and
was seriously injured, having
ieveral ribs and her jaw bro
ten. ' -
A, CORRESPONDENT of ' the
' Athens Messenger says', there
are two little chaps' in Ames
intvnahin that have two Craild-
pas and two : great-grandpas;
;two grandmas, three great
, rgrandmas, and one great-great-
grandma, making ten in all-
V aav. - - - I?
; IVho will say that ' Eddie and
Johnnie have not their full
fbare of 'grandpas and grand
mas? Who are they?
r'! Our readers )''11 remember
j't . - m '.'' Hon
mat, over iwo years sl!n..'..u,y"
Logan charged upon the flooJ
. of, Congress that a million or
. more of dollars in -notes and
c bonds had been 6tolen, lost or
mislaid by the criminal care
lessness of A. Johnson's Deiu6
'"cratio Treasurer A committee
was appointed rtd investigate
lle cliarges." " Their labors are
now complete, and it is shown
that over two millions of dol
" lirs are not accounted ion So
' ir.ucli for a ' dish'ojiest adminis-
A Rublisgton (Vt.,) paper
thus closes a marriage notice;
No cards, uo cake, no West
ern paper need, copy."
Walker's History of Athens
We have noticed the prepar
ation of this volume hereto
fore, and several days 6ince re
ceived a copy of it from the
publishers, Robert Clark & Co.,
Cincinnati, and have been
much interested in its perusal
It is a book of peculiar' inter
est to many of the citizens of
Vinton county, containing as
it does, biographical sketches,
incidents, anecdotes, ect., of
the early settlers 'of our im
mediate neighborhood, a part
of Vinton having been taken
from what .was in early times
Athens county. So full and
complete is" this history that
there can scarcely be on of
the; old pioneers who is not
mentioned, and upon nearly
every page we una some la
miliar name. The volume con-
tains-. COO pages, beautifully
printed on fine paper, elegant
ly bound in cloth, illustrated
with 6teel portraits and maps
of, the Ohio Company's pur
chase, and will be sent by the
publisher, free of postage, on
receipt of $5.00.
Wo take the liberty of pub
lishing the following biograph
ical sketch of our old friend,
Uncle Pearly Brown and next
week; will publish a narative
of Joseph Robo, uncle of our
Joseph Robo, and, webehevet
the father of Jarvis Robo, of
of Knox Tp., which are only
two of many, published for the
purpose of giving our readers
an idea of the local interest of
the book. Here is the first ex
'Pearly Rrown, oldest son of
the preceding, was born in Mas
sachusetts, July 24,1793, and
was four years old when
brought to this country. In
the year 1819 ho married Eliza
Ilulbert (who is still living),
and settled in Ames township,
on a new farm, given him by
is father. A hard working
and energetic man, ho soon
improved his circumstances,
and laid the foundation for a
competence. To afford some
idea of the prices that pre
vailed when he was a young
man, Mr. Rrown states that he
worked a Teek for Judge Cur
rier, in Athens, .' ,1823, at 31i
cents a day, and at Saturday
night was paid in tvo tin cup4
at 25 cents each ; a quarter of
a pound ot tea, 50 cents; one
pound of coflee, 50 cents, and
37 cents in money making
$1.87 with which valuables
he walked home ten miles.
While yet living with his fath
er, in 1814 or 1815, he was
hired to carry the mail, with
two other riders, between Ma
rietta and Chillicothe, the dis
tance being about one hundred
miles, and to make three trips
a week, or two hundred miles
a week lor each rider; for
which service he received $6
a month. He cultivated his
farm in Ames till 1829 or 1830,
when he removed to McAr
thurstown (then, in Athens
county), and engaged for many
years in selling goods and
dealing in live stock. In 1839
he and his partners drove
across the mountains to the
eastern markets 2,100 cattlei
l,30O hogs,' 1,800 sheep and
20 horses.' lie was at the same
lima quite extensively engaged
in the mercantile . business
with his brother, Samuel H.
Drown, well , known ; in tho
eounty for many years, and
till his death' in 1854, as an un
tiring business man. Pearly
Drown has held the positions
of county commissioner and
justice of. the peace,' and is
-f unswerving integrity. He
!, ,-ared a family ot tliree
sons, ano .", "-o;
oldest son, Pincey Brown, is
-ir naiiirnrpr.il. iiih
A fir f Ana XT a . rlonW. in Jive
UITCIIC0CKS tfEW rnuaiuL,!
Magazixb is the title of a new
magazine, the J nrsi numuer oi
winch is on bur table "It con
tains four nieces of Mrdcal
music "J with piano : aticom
paniments, together with orig
inal art.and musical criticisms,
and a variety" of miscelaheoqs
ruadinir. It is published by
Denj.W. -Hitchcock, New York,
and i3 well worth the subscrip
tion price, 3.00 per year.
Court of Common Pleas.
JUDGE PLYLEY, PRESIDING.
-The case of ..Henry Packard
against Joel' Boleu and David
Martin. Thi3 was a suit for
damages alleged to haye been
sustained by plaintiff by rea
son of the building of a dam in
such a manner as to back wa
ter upon tho mill of the plain
tiff, and has been pending for
a considerable length of time.
The jury found in layor of de
fendants. State vs. David A. Lawrence.
The defendant was indicted for
burglary at the last session of
the Grand Jury, charged with
breaking open and entering
the barn of Robert Comer, of
Eagle township, and stealing
therefrom two bushels of wheat.
The jury found the defendant
guilty and ho was committed
to jail to await sentence. . A
motion was made for a new
State vs. Ivory ,' Thacker.
This ca6o. was upon an in
dictment, found at the last ses
sion of the Grand Jury, for an
alleged assault upon Ellen Nor
ton. . Verdict, not guilty, it ap
pearing that Ellen had made
at the defendant with a pitch
fork and that he had disarmed
State vs.. Americus Leroy
Brown. This was upon an in
dictment for alleged illegal
voting at the fall election. The
prosecution claimed that the
defendant had lost his citizen
ship by reason of removing to
Illinois, but failed to produce
any evidence that defendant
left the State with any inten
tion of remaining, while the
defendant alleged his visit to
have been for a specific pur
pose and without any inten
tion of changing his perman.
ent residence; and in support,
of his allegation he produced
the evidence of a number of
citizens to whom he had so de
clared his intention, before his
departure. The jury was not
more than two minutes in re
turning their verdict of not
The case of the State against
Job W. Lucas for illeeal voting,
was called. The defendant
was ready for trial but the
Prosecuting Attorney again
asked to have it postponed. It
is ontinueu from day to day
awaiting tb? statement of the
Prosecuting attorney a to his
reasons for asking a postpone
ment. The case of U. blavins vs.
Putnam, Welch & Co, Judge
Guthrie presiding, was decided
in favor of plaintiff, with ver
dict for SGC0.49. Demand
made for second trial.
A. D. Richardson, the famous
Tribune correspondent, died
last Thursday morning from
the effect of the wound inflict
ed by McFarland. Before he
died he was married to Mrs.
been divorced from her Lus
band. Mr. Richardson was the
most brilliant, and at the same
time the most reliable ot the
whole corps of regular corre
spondents engaged on the city
papers, never fearing to speak
the truth, and running all man
ner of risks of bodily harm to
obtain his information. Ilis
letters from. Kansas during the
border wprfare, from the far
south on the eve of the rebel
lion, and from the front during
the war contained the most re
liable information that could
be obtained. . .
If the Free Trade League,
Prof. Perry and the Cincinnati
Gazette, would like to have
American pig as cheap as the
British metal, we will giv the
name of a score of our heav
iest furnace men, who wil
aereC to furnish it in that way.
provided that. Jhe aforesaid
Free Trade Leagne, Cincinnati
Gazette &CJ will pf ovide labor,
which - will be satisfied; .with
English'. wages. This, :mearis
business. ; Come bow, all you
frAft-lraders who . assert that
Protection is for the capitalist
meet the - proposal and make
Tii Vinton Record says that
about on e-half of the teachers
of (hit county who apply for
certifcates fail. A bad show
ing fcr the teachers of Vinton.
Quite a mistake. It is the
applicants who. fail, not the
teacjiers, and instead of being
a bad showing for them it is a
good showing for the Board of
Examiners, who have fixed the
highest grade in order to obtain
a certificate. We know that
but very few applicants have
made such total failures as
have been recorded by the pa
pers of Jackson and neighbor
Till returns from the Mis
sissippi election indicate the
election ot Alcorn by thirty
thousand at least. The Leg.
islature is believed to have
been carried by the Alcorn
party. . .
A Good Book.
Mr. S. S. Curry is engaged
in canvassing our county for
subscribers for Dr. Win. Smith's
Bible Dictionary, and from
him we learn that in less than
two days he has taken orders
for twenty copies. This work
has received the highest com
mendations from the most emi
nent divines of the country,
and is a most valuable aid to
teachers ot Sabbath Schools
and all students of the Bible.
It should be found in every
home alongside of the Bible,
so that those who read may un
derstand. The volume con
tains nearly 800 pages, is well
printed, and profusely illus
trated with engravings of im
portant scenes and places.
Multum in Parvo.
There Is contained in Dr. More'
Pills the principle of health. Wo
have many thousands of testimonials
of their having restored tho sick to
health ;which can be seen at our of
flee. Use Dr. Morse's Indian Root
Pills, and you will And them not only
a cureatlve ot disease but also a pre
ventative. They should bo used in
all cases of Billioiisucss, Headache,
Liver Complaints, Female Irregular
ities 4c. We make no secret ot the
formula from which this medicine is
prepared. Ask your storekeeper for
tho Ometa Almanac, read It carefully.
Use Morse Pills. Sold by all Dealers
NOTICE hereby given that James Gib
bon, guardian or John Fee. Jr. hu Hind
liia accounts for inspection and final settle
ment and will he for heaiing on the KM day of
December, A. I). lai.
JOSlIPU KALES, Probate Judge,
dee 0 3w
James L. Blakclcy's Estate.
NOTICE ia hereby Riven that the subacri
ber has been appointed Adminiatrntrix on
the rotate of James L. Blakeley, late of Vinton
county, deceased, listed at McArihur, this
6th day of December, A. D. 1869.
JEMIMA BLAKELEY, Administratrix.
DR. J. C. BISHOP,
Physician and Surgeon,
TVi"'?.I tlenJ " calls, either in Vinloa or
Y adjoining colli..'.'"1'- Consultation alwaj
free. Especial attend" K".",. surgical
practice. Orrio in Dar.t' "uilding. Keeps
on hnnda full supply of mediclt1 talllimee.
a en u !(, ly
NOTICE la hereby Riren KM tnestooxnoij
era of the .
ZALESKI .FURNACE CO.
ill meet at the office of the Zaletki Co., in
Znleski.O., on ; .,
Monday.the lOthDay of January,1870,
for the purpose of electing directors for the
ennuing year, ana iranacving; sucn uuiur uun
neis a may come before the meeting.
THE ANNUAL MEETirtu Of the atocKaOia
era of the.
will be held at their office in
ZALESKI, VINTON COUNTY, OHIO,
Monday.thelOthDay of January,1870,
for the nurooae of electing di recto n for the
ensuing year, and to transitcl such other bust,
neas aa may come before the meeting.
Zaleakl, December 4lh, 18fi.
NEVER BEEN FOUND ON THE
320 ACRES LAND!
IN VINTON COUNTY, OHIO,
I ftoroaa to mix ih toarr ncai ion II
AT AUCTION !
: 1 AT MIDD4Y.
1 Bdt mi Latin ta or ticitnlrr ePitiTT
well tinbered, abandantly supplied with wster
in a neighborhood which has been settled
lor 60 yean oear churches, school houses
saw and grist miUs miles east of McArthnr,
the county aeat, miles southeast from the
Marietta k Cincinnati Railroad at Zaltaki, i
miles from Kaeeooaktiver. down which atreail
miiliois of feet of lumber have been rafted.
lioaieo WaaT to sak wiva chilis axd
fever, and raise crops without a market; when
such hods as these can be purchased at a less
h.n Waatura lands, in a healthy recion.
and jood BiMketsf your doors, and in the
midst or ne aa too mans siwv.u pbhhu wun
le ' l . '
Taw AUCTION SALE er ra u win
t the house of Christian Moelcr.
un lh old UhilliBOthe road, ft miles east of
Prattsrilla. Title of the land perfect. For
fnrthoj Information.1 refer to Hen, E. H.
nk n. Hiram UulberU McArihur.
I will At Ctmmiaa MoeUre, near the laad,
to slitw It to puft bakers, 4r three days previous-)
the sale. : '
lr to wat a ot cmtir. ron'r srar wit
f. oai his sale, asthe terms will M yery noenu
anM price probably low.
CB3EQE M.W00DBEIDGE, Agent,
MILLER & BRO.,
SueoMiori to Cline, Miller A Co 1
Retail Dealer In
Dry Goods, Eata, Gaps, Boots. Shoes,
Beady Made Clothing,
Qneenaware, Hardware, Groceries 4o.
Highest Possible Market Price
' ' AND
We propone with a full stock and low pncei
to command the trade generally.
dec t I8C9 Wilkearille, Ohio.
Tho Paper for tho People.
THE- CINCIHNATI GAZETTE.
Daily, Semi-Weekly and Weekly.
TERMS "FOR 1870.
The proprletnra In announcing the terms
lor the sere ml editions of the (inietta for 1870,
beg leave to Ute that the paper, in the line
ot improvement, la slill marching onward. A
better paper was promised Inst yeai,and the
promioe was rultllleri; and now. (or the ensn
ing year, a still further improvement ia as
aured. Our aim will be to keep the tiatette
in the front rank of popular journals, sparing
neither labor nor money in etforis lojinnke it
acceptable to all classes ol readers. Our folio
form, with lhirtvsU broad columns, enables
us to print more reading matter, exclusive of
advertisements man any oiner newspaper in
the United States, and to furnish it at low
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Is printed on clear tvoe. contains an avers
age of thirtyi-four colanins of reading matter,
and is specially aesigne.i lor me country.
News. Literature. Commerce. Manufacturers
and Agriculture are the specialties of this edi
tion, and escn ueparimem win do louna iuii
and complete. Farmers will 8nd the Agri
cultural Uepartment, which is in oharge ot an
editor ot praciicai expenenew in tnmiineui
industry, of great practical value. Tho pro
ceedidgs of the Cincinnati Horticultural Soci
ety are also printed in this paper, and by
special arrangement we will hereafter furnish
a report of the American Institute Farmer'
cluh. !n advance of Eastern papers. A Brut.
class (original or selected) story will always be
round in me weeaiy uaietie, wi.n enuugn
politics and religious intelligence to keep the
reader fully advised of movements in tile
and Uhurch, The world is the Held In which
we lalwr, and nothing of interest will escape
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erature, Commerce, Manufactures, Agnculn
lure and Amusements, and occupies it fully.
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THE GAZETTE ANNUAL REGISTER.
The Second Volume of the Gaiette Annual
Kcgister will be issued on the first of January,
187U. This work will contain a complete his
torv of the events for the vesr 1809 ;omnr.
tive election returns for all the States; the
vole oi unio ana Indiana, ny townships; the
Orgnniiation of National and Slate 'Jovern-
ments; names of the members of the legisla-
jure oi tsniu, inninnn ana neniuuKy; ine con
gre.'of the United States, times for holding
niniriiit or Circuit Courts, and other seiieml
and valuable statistics. It also will contain an
Agricultural and Horticultural Department,
wnicn larmersaun K"rueiieis win nna vaiuaiiie.
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nomical features wlil be prepared by Prof.
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every mail subscriber to the Weekly, 8emi
weemy or Daily.uaxetle. It will be issued on
the first of January, and all subscribers on
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WE Uim;ilMATIA4TTK CO.,
r Cincinnati, Ohio,
George W. Hawk's Heirs.
NOTICE is hereby given that James Hawk,
guardian of Jamos W. 8. Hawk and Emma
J. Hawk, has tiled hia accounts for tnsnection
and partial settlement, and will lie for hearing
on ine ism oay oi Lecemoer, a. i. ioov.
No. 3 Union Block, Chillicothe, Ohio,
i . Pooler m
Books, Stationery, Periodicals,
' Pictures and Frames.
A specialty in Chromo Lithographs which
can not be distinguished from oil paintings, at
a very low price, eierescopes and views a
fine assortment conaiantly on- hand. Wall
Paper, Window Shades, School Books, Slates,
eto. Everything usually kept in a good Book
store win oe toiiiia at my estaoiisnment.
I have just received a full line ol
Holiday Books and Presents.
nor 18 16 y
And Furnishing Goods,
13 Paint St., Chillicothe,
Keeps on hand a select stock of first-class
Cloths, Cassimerea, Testing and Overcoat.
ings, and makes them la the best style, to
oraer. no wo IftHWy.
Joseph Dixon's Heirs. .
VTOTICK Is hereby given that Jesse Brown
1 guardian of Margaret M. Dixon, Joseph
Dixon and Emsa . jjiion has filed his ac
counts for Inspection and final settlement of
ine said Margaret ai. ana josepn vixen, ana
Kruat settlement ler a.maa a, mxon, ana win
for hearing on the llth day of December
!. jootf a a.ALa.tt, t-rooaie juuge.
Georsro Shirely's Heirs.
fJOTICE is hereby given that Wm. Vander
ford, Guardian of William Snivel, Henry
H. ShiveK Craven Shively, Wes'ey 8htveiy
and HsryH. Shiyely, has filed his accounts
for inspection and partial settlement, and will
be for hearing on the J4th day of November,
k. D.lsiW. JOSEPH KALKR,
aovUirw . J'fVPMt Judge.
JOHN G. SNYDER,
" Dealer in all kinds of
Iron, Steel, Horse Shoes,
NAILS AND SPIKES,
GLASS AND SASH,
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY,
Silrer Plated Ware,
Saddlery nd Carriage Trimmingi,
Spokes, Hubs and Felloes,
0AEPENTEE it C00PEB TOOLS,
. Anvils, Vices and Bellows,
Lochs, Hinges Paints, Oil
Tinplate, Sheet Zinc and Tinner's Stock,
Circular, Mill, and Croat Cut Saws,
Agricultural Implements of All Kinds,
Meat Cutters ind Sausage Stutters,
Table and Carnage Oil Cloth,
Best Counter and Platform Senile,
Woodland Willow Ware,
Knives, Guns and Pistols,
Brushes of Every Kind,
Counter and Platfu'm Scales,
Foranleat Wholes le and Retail at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES,
84 Paint St, Chillicothe.
nov II y
XEEPSJNONE BUT THE BEST!
Jewely, Silver Ware and
C. F. DUFEU,
(Successor to E. P. Pratt,)
Has replenished hla stock from the best ard
most popular manufactories of the country,
and has but lately received large and haud
some stock of
Watches and Diamonds,
Among which will be found1 the celebrated
Of the Elg'n, Waltham, and Howard Facto
All the latest styles of Jewelry, Silver Ware
and fluted Goods.'
Gold Pens, Cutlery, Barometers, Thermom
order and repaire
Watches, Jewelry and surer ware maue to
nov 18 H m
28 Paint Ht., Cbillicotke, O.
was cured of Deafness and Catarrh by a ilm
Lple remedy and will send the receipt free.
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