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Wealey WaypoolJ.B.Nacliey. r. Mgiua
-s Clypoo!; Mackey & Co.,
l)opoi- R?fle':'audiJ fining
Powder aCTactory Trices.
Sole JentVfoEiadra's Ci-
':;;jA;cf:;;:gars. ;-,"!;: ,
Wi-inpiila-'H Cimirli Balsam.
roi'ooii(!h balsam is. Itnowo far near,
Forefc spine, thousand onto'ljoJayear,
lu mrlm.'Ji,;;S''!' wor,h '",l te,
F'Uja abundauce ail over the' State. .
- . . . V .-..'''-.
Be medicine ye't that haa ever been lold,
la equal lo'lliis for (he cure of eoir.
411 ditSoult breathing anl naninesaoi com,
U romiIfyreriev J nd the patient hn rest.
1 - V "f',;!"if' ' ,. A ' '
Wnoiplfcg Cough, Bronchitis and Croop aoon
yield 1 1 ' '1' I '.'
By' it vnyade'rlal sanative inrtuencft beiTd,
fr If.oqe bottle fails ofeltina. a cuie,
The aecend or lliird one l oertaiu and lure.
For sale bydealere pvarywhcre. ALLBTON
DATI8," proprietors, Chilllcolho, O.
' .-j, f. TOWBLli! Portsmouth, Ohio, offers
to the Merchant and Kutonwrneo of Vluton
tinntycttaptnot Hook of ltj .Goods and
Notions, on terms the most lavomlde. John
itlliian aodR. J. Keed.Tmveliog Agents.
: ; Sept. M y. - "Tl-j J
- HOMaEtr-HOAllH KBF.b.'the largest
Wholesale llealera in Pry Goods and Notions,
JrVtarsiouth, Ohio, iheito Merchants and Fur
aaeemen to an exammatinnof their extensive
Winter atorik.' Theyjrlve arecial attention to
BkaeoiBl the beat goods, and you will always
Tjl'nd "their stock the Unrest and prices Die
low. Qu .of their firm remains East to
give tile entire time in watching the market,
and in -buying for them, and hence thetr stock
.a always fresh and always firct supplied with
he e west foods. They operate largely, do
4ossaess oa Hie principle of (he smallest prot-
lls, and 'practice the spirit of liberal accom
tnedaUoa. 6P- M-yl'
. ' s
WpTlenkoph L JBogenschutz
fyJZfy announce ht tfwj fcave opened a
and sssliionaUe, oustom made boot and
-ende store, In Union Hloclt, Second fit., near
h Jr OtBoerwIwe they wiH jdjvnys keen
.ea.riadd"' and manufacture to order,, in thd
'latest etjiesreaewthiug in their line. Including
" Dents' ladies' aud Aitsaas bouis and shoes of
All grauee. ... . --i , . ,
Thy iropbae keep, stock Of goods that
will not sutler (neurtipnrisoD with that of any
theretftbriidmmit in the-oily, and which will
fcaold at the losrest liwngrstea. .
""ill work warranted. Jt6a W skillful
.' (workmen employed.
I Call and examine our stock and prioes. Re.
-member the place, .No. Union Hlock, near
aVoat Office. noyiileiM.
: KA-.SMONDS, :
Photograph A"Msf j
Corner 'of hint' end Second Streets, Chili't
ohe, aa superior facilities for all work ip
tit line. Uis tullery is uoi surpuxsed by any
sa Souther iinio.aad be gUfiruntee'iiliHlK(
Aiouito all patrons. Whin visiting Chillicotlie
slt at kla rooms and examine, his large cl
leetiea af sjiecimens of plain and colored phor
M IT H '8 M BKCAjiriLX. C OLLEGE,
PertsraeuthrOtiio, pMpwraa young mcapriio
I. icallT for the duties eruieooiinliiig-rooni, by
leaching them. Book-keepuy, Writing, and
Business Arithmetic and als' for gemunl
siuslneas) Tbew la no elasa syKtem 'student!
san enter atahy time. CoMope permaoeutly
.oealed. Open day and evening. ' ' 1
' Address B. W. SMl'l'U, Priucipal. 1
Mgf. 19, 1868-yt ..-
Notice to Teachers.
, THB HOARD orBchool Examiners for Vjn
V 4oo" County will meet at the I'liioo School
( Jlouse, In McArthtir, on the 1st and Ard Satur
- 4sy ef March, April, May, September, October,
nd November; and the 1st Siiturdny in Janu
i oryjehruary., June. July, August, and De
. 4ernber,ineach year. Examinailnns to om
'. aaeoce at ten' o'clock, A. M. tfatlnfni tory evi-
leofof good moral character till be required
all cases. A fee of 60 cents is required by
i law from s h ain-llcant.
. v 'M.B. BARNES, Chn, )Bosnl of
j.h ii um n, i.ierK. ci-iioni
i IhO. PtRl'UE. . 1 Examiners.
Bride aud Bridegroom. ,
Eassyn for Young Men on the interesting re
stlioa of Bridegr6om to Undeirl Hie ins titution
, f Marriage,- a Guide lo miitrirnoninl felicity,
and InM ksx.nin.wM. HahI bv ttiuiL in iuwieil
.'tetter envelostes free' of charge.' 1 Adilretv,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, llox P., Phila'el
..sjliUfPa.:, . ' "noVWlf
.'j-.-i.. f " ' . i :. I
" V JfiltROKS OF YOUTH.
, A Oeatlenxui woo suflcred. fof. years from
nervous venauy, reemauire icy, ana an
hf eflecM qf youthful jBdincretion, will, ftir
- til sake of utfnj-ing humatuiy, send free to
' 'all who need k, tt leeeipt sad directions for
making the simple remedy liy which he Wis
ured. . (Sufferers wishing to profit by the ad.
- tertlet'sexpetesi-s,cjid do so by s'dJreasinp
M perfect centidenoa,
, ... - JonNB. OOOEN,
' ' b Juneiny ' Ne. It Cedar street; New Yo
' -a TO CONSUMPTIVES.
r.T. Advertiser, having lieen reatoretf to
bealth Id a few weeke, by very simple- rem
dy, after having auflered sevend years witha
severe lung aflectioo. and thai dread disease,
Consumption is anxious to make known to
bis fellow-sanVrem the mesas of cure.
Te ail who desire it, he will send a copy of
the preaenptirm used (tree oleharge) with the
,'t shreotioBs lor prepuringand uxing the same,
wrsch (he will find, a sure our e for Contnmp-
tioi, Asthma, BrOnehMis, eld.' The .otct of
the advertiser as aeaxllng the Prescription is
" ' 4s ens! I the afflicte-1, and spread lOforrniiion
vrhicti be conceives to be invuluable; aud he
' fcapee every suSerer will try his remedjs, km it
still cost tkem nothing, and may proe-a bless
'Inf. ';... " ' .-'' "' '
Partial wishing the prescription, will please
' J'V f r A BEY.ED WARD A. WILSON J
Willianiaburg King's Couuty.iiewlrorlc,
' :' ... 1 . ;.":,) f--'-'
. Boijneps-Llke Statemeut from
7 ; a UtisliieHS Man. - , j
'mull, Oakland Co.; Mict., May 14.' W88. ' f
P."0." W. Romici-DeaSirsl received a
h 'annpiyofyou Scsodinavisn Remedies s short
ime since, ad Oislrst thinf I hr, on open-.
- f g one eftuw loao)a,.wM cure pi hen'
BiatUra. I iveoMdiAtelysa down and wreteaj
.. hand of. rpipe, stating f had just received a
. t worat eaaeaoi fheumatism;'rTlie'nrtend wis
' imai X.'hile,.' of' jo.ntlifiei.1; Oakland
Cowaty , at km., who has boeo afflicted jrilftihe
Vj aor twd jHl."l sent nimatsrtde
M- Ure'puriWr ooi of piU, Watln, to
Lake them or send them back. TJia- iflifliedi-
aelyjComDieni-ed uuijifinjandrri foiif flays
j04'M iVmQ VallC; to y '(&'' He state j
, .that its balisvad one botlls d)"Pu.rfflef s'fiil ons
f,T W sild- (sm-Aim enlirety. .The'
't JSbore'ifirtement cenrnbtlned onhisoarti,
Uaeaesaarx, a he told toes. fe days igo'. -1
think your medicine will tell tike hot cakes
when introduced into tint seighoorhood.'
Verytrulj, P. B. OWEN. '
! 'OHlcIal Organ of. Vinton County.
George Pkarck is building a
new ice house in the rear of
We noticed a dressed hog at
J. K. -Will's 6tore, one day this
weel; vhich drew the beam at
42$ pounds. ? ? - - i. :
Teksoxs kuowiug themselves
tola iudebted to us will call
and settle their accounts,' as
the business of'tfhe firm must
be settled immediately. - -
STRONG & GIBBONS.
.We understand the Town
Council has purchased all' the
brick on hand at the kiln, and
contracted with parties to lay
the pavements for those who
have neglected to comply. with
th& ordinance. Work will com
mencQ as soon as tho weather
' We 'noticed a fine 'Chester
White "hog, weighing 400
pounds net taken . to the
Ilulbert-House last Monday.
Stephenson has the reputation
of always- having the- biggest
and best of everything. The
hogs was purchased from Pat
The card of Dr. J. CL Bishop,
of WilkesviUe, will be found
with .the new advertisements
this week. lie is ready to an
swer calls at all times, and may
be consulted free of charge,
lie will give especial attention
to surgical operations. '
Milleu & Bito of WilkesviUe,
are as liberal dealers as will be
fomid anywhere. With a full
stock, low prices, and paying
the highest, possible price for
marketing, .etc., theywell de
serve their immense trade.
Give them a call.
We have- noticed a most ex
cellent story going the rounds
ot the neighboring papers.
The title is, "The Broken liome:
Truth Stranger than Fiction."
Our readers may remember it-
Robert Bonner, ot the New
York Ledger, is the author of
it in its present shape. It is
well written, but terminates
, S6 ' ,
The 'following is a list of let
ters remaining, in the Post ol
iice at McArthur, Ohio, Dec.
S. L. Boggiss, Mary Belford,
Messrs. Barton & Co., Andrew
Cottrill, O. W. Dennis, Wm. F.
Denton, D. F. Ilummer, R. C.
O'Bryan, II. L. O. Rosenberg,
Sarah A. Roberts, Rachel Jane
Sampson, Mr. Tons.
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M.
Tun County Commissioners
were in session' ou Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
The ' new Board .is 1 Fredrick
IIaine8,,Thoinas Kelley and IJ.
II. Swaim. , Thomas McGee's
time . expired at this session,
"and he' gives it as his opinion
of: the I office that it is hard
work .and, poor , pay, : With his
present - experience lie is glad
to be rid pf it. . . . .
Geo. M. Woodbridqe adver
tises 320 acres of well timber
ed land, well situated in Vinton
county,' in lots of 40 acres each,1
to , be: j sold ; . at ,t auction, on
WednesdayDeo.. 22d, at the
Read the advertisement arid if
you want.a hqme.cheap attend
f " e" " . ....
iiiesaie- n3'tne: terms 'wm be
' 1 ' ' : 1 I'll . ,
liberal, and the price probably
low. - i - '
rTHE following is a list of .let
fers remaining ri-lhe'postof-
ficeat Zaleskif Qjjib;
Jame? P: Bryan,. James P.
Bullock, G. W Canode,' Sarah
Douglas,' Francis .'M. ' Erwin(
John F. Gallaher, Ai B! Gil
lila'nd, James L. Hughes Ad
am . Hill. J i'. o. ', iliggins, . J olm
JvLeyi i$$rj' ; P,i McAllis
ter. J amei .' JilcQa ahty Mary
R;'".cKinri,ey.;' J ames Martin,
Marrfhft Phililps, Williaml F;.
'u'l -ii i: ' TV-II -u : ci.. ,l,j-"'is 'mi".'" LI '
as" !fi'" Smithy JkfaesWrtm
ntani B. 1 BV Trimmin'gs, John
J. N. McLAUGHLIN, P. M. J. G. WILL, P. M.
An "Important" Witness.
It will be remembered that
the trial of A.r L. ' Brown was
posfponed because ' of the ab
sence of what the Prosecuting
Attorney claimed to be an im
portant witness in the - case,
Mr. Samuel Kirkindall, who is
now working at Cross Roads,
Jackson county. ' The attend
ance of the witness was se
cured, the trial came off, and
hero is ho important : testi
mony: ; Prosecuting Attorney. Do
you know the defendant, A. L.
Brown? "' ' ' '
Important Witness. I do.
' Pros." Atty.Will ' you point
him out? VV- , . -;. - v
I The witnessed so.' ' '
Pros.. Atty. Now' state to
tho jury at what time you vis
ited Clay Co., Illinois.
Important W. In Septem
Pros. Atty. Where was A.
L. Brown living at that time?
Important W. In McArthur,
. Pros. Atty. Did you visit
Mr. Brown's house while you
was in Illinois? .'
j Important W. I did not. Mr.
Brown was living in McArthur
when I weut away, and was
living here when I returned.
When you remember that
the Prosecuting Attorney was
trying to prove that Mr. Brown
was a citizen of Illinois, the
"importance" of this testimony
to the State, will - be seen at a
Important to Merchants, Farers,
School Teachers, Mechanics
It may safely bo said that in
no Business College is there as
much useful information ob
tained in so short a time and
at such trilling expensese, as
in E. W.Smith's Business Col
lege, Portsmouth, Ohio. You
are taught there Business Pen
manship, Book Keeping of ev
ery description, (practical and
such as is used by all iutelli.
gent practical Book Keepers in
the United: States), Commer
cial Letter Writting and Busi
ness Arithmetic, thus fitting
you to keep your own books
right, and also to obtain prof
itable situations. Now. is .a
good time to commence, For
further particulars call at the
College or address E. W. Smith,
We copy the subjoined ex
tract from a private letter lrom
ti. W. Shockey. It speaks for
itself, and pays a well deserved
compliment to one of our citi
zens: , .'
"It. is generally supposed
that anything made in a city
must necessarily be better
than' can be found in towns
and villages; but ' such is not
always the case. : I have been
showing . some photographs,
made by C. J. Billinghur&t, of
McArthur, Ohio, to some of the
best artists in Washington
City, and they pronounce them
to be splendid, and, indeed, I
have not seen better. There is
no need of going outside , of
McArthur for the very best of
pictures. But few towns can
boast of. as good an artist as
Mr. Billinghurst, and . , de
serves to be well patronized."
The cotU'.on party on Christ
mas Eva" is all the talk with
our young1 folks , who love to
trip the light fantastic toe, and
they are looking forward to
the occasion with expectation
of 1 a' pleasant ' evening. The
dancing-will take plaoe in the
Court House Ilall arid the'sup
per at the Ilulbert House, the
whole under the charge of . Mr.
Stephenson,' mine ' host '. of the
Ilulbert4 who'., promises . the
mot " elhcient regulations' to
preserve'iTbrder, and '-i lhalT.the
table' shall be provided with
the best. ' Frioe's String Band,
of Jackson, will furnish music
instead of Osborn'B -as at first
announced, and yielding to the.
solicitation, of many 'the price
Of .tickets: including ,;jupper
for gentleman - end ilady,. haa
been ; reduced to 2, which" will
be "rood ' news' to .numerous
po.cke dooks.'- !i"
f -'Alcorn, Republican, is elect
ed Governor, Qf, Mississippi by
over 30,000 majority;
John Lyoss, Jr, was com
mitted to jail from Vinton, last
Monday, upon " the charge of
highway robbery, Ira Search
being ' tha complainant. On
Monday night be was attacked
with' delirium tremens, and is
now "under the medical treat
ment of Messrs. Doddridge &
Gotwald.' We are not aciaain.
ted witb the facts of the rob
bery, but it is possible he at
tacked Mr. Search while deliri
ous, as he is represented as
being' a worthless but not a
Bill-heads, letter-heads, en
velopes, business cards, circu
lars, programmes, and every
thing in the jobbing . line exe
cuted at the Record office in a
neat, quick and artistic man
ner. Tub stockholders of the Za.
leeki aud Zaleski Furnaco com
panies will meet on the 10th
of January next for the pur
pose of electing Directors and
trftnsacting'other ' business.
The limit for the payment
of taxes as fixed, by law. to
December 20ih. After that
time the penalty will be col
lected. Now is the time to pay.
Zell's Popular Encyclopedia
and Universal Dictionary.
As each successive number
of Zell's Encyclopedia is re
ceived and examimed, we are
more than ever pleased with
the work. We are already im
patient for its completion,
when we ieel that we will have
the most valuable- book of ref
erence ever published. It is a
complete dictionary of history,
biography, geography, science,
art, law, language, agriculture,
anatomy, astronomy, etc., and
we could almost say that what
one wants to know and can't
find out by Zell's Encyclopedia
when complete, is not worth
knowing. We havo heretofore
spoken of the manner of its
publication, in weekly num
bers, at ten cents per
week making the payments
easy. The last number con
tains the announcement that
the work will be completed
during the coming year. Its
cost is guaranteed not to ex
ceed $25, which considering
the character ot the work, be
ing a complete library in itself,
is exceedingly cheap. Address,
T. ElwoodZell, Publisher, Phil-
De Soto, when he visited the
shores of America, sought Ion
and arduously for the "Spring
of perpetual youth," that those
who bathed therein might
never grow old in appearance.
People of our day have in
part discovered a substitute
for this unround spring in
Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia, a
few applications of which
gives to white or gray, hair
that dark, strong and glossy
appearance peculiar to youth
ful beauty, if any or our
readers doubt this, let them
try a bottle, and be convinced
of thf truth of our assertion.
How true and how strange, that
people should seek relief In the hlero-
gllllcs of s doctor's prescription
when they curt buy. as good and ulne
times out of ten a better remedy
than most doctors give, for tlio In
significant sura of 25 cts. We refer
to JudsouV Mountain. Herb Tills,
these pills cure Ileadachc, Liver
Complaint, Indigestion, .female Ir
regularities, and all Billiout disorders,
they are prepared from a formula
pronounced by tho most . learned
rysicluns ol our country to be the
best aud most universal of family
medicines. Give Ihcm a fair trial
and you will never b without Jod
sah's MoU ntatu Herb Fills, gold by
all dealers. . . . , ,- ,
Flour, per sack,
Hitiiw....'. ................... .
Shoulders .......... .i
Hocklos Salt per bbl... .......
. . '.70
. . i
Sacks . .-. . s , V. .......'...;. v
Butter. .... .
Cliieken8, Hv6. . : .-.'..."..;
Green Applos y. .:. . . ,..
Dried Peaches .'. '.. ; i It
White Fteu .
Cubit Sugar. ...., ;. ..
New Oilcans Molasses.
Sorgbuui ' ('. . " ' ..
Star Candles, per lb....
Soap, per lb. ......
Cheese w '..
Coal, pet hus.
.. i . .
't..ii'.. : j
Pauo ArrLES 9 140 at Brad's.
THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
SAND VALLEY RAILROAD
are bertbr notified to meet tt tha
Office of ths Hops Turnac Company,
20th Day of December,
Anno Domini 1S60,
forth purponeof chootiDg mtcd Director
for faid Knilroad.
iU.KK KU Bl'RTENSHAW,
KAMI' EL, H. FUTNAj.
W. 11. PA VMS.
WholfMile Munufucturrr of, and Dealer Id
Plain and Fancy Candy
Toys, Fancy Goods, Fruits, Ac,
Paint Street, Opposite Court House,
J WILL OFFER TOJ
ful tin of randies made from H'RE BIN
OAKS no Term All eroi her injunoum- hem-li-ala
uiteil Fine Krt-nch Can idea, 'l o, No
lions, etc., of all dencripiions at taalern
0YSTEE8 AT BALTIMORE FEI0E.
open at all houra. Mealt ,furniahed to order
Cheaper and Better
than any hotel In tha cltT. All Ihadi-llraciea
and game of the aeaaon conilantly on hand.
Kenieniher the place oppoaite Court Houxe,
Clillliuollie. no 18
CHARLES C. LIMLE,
Stoves, Hollow Ware,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
And Manalacturer of Plain and Fancy
Tin, Sheet Iron and Cop
SO Paint St., Chillicothe.
My ware la made In the beat peaaible man
ner, out of rlrat-claaa atoclc.
I nlwaya keep on hand a large anpply of
Prenoh Ke-tinned and Preaaed Ware, which
i aou ai me lowesi posaiuie nurea.
I alao manufacture Prall'e Patent Oil Can,
for retailera nf oil ill beat thins lor hand
ling oil extant.
I ran Mil hilla to order promptly, and lira
Ptencila, Brnnda,and Marking Plateaof all
I) lea cut to orderon ihort notice, nor is
D. !R. BRAY,
ad dealer In ah kinda of
CO UNTR TPIi OD UCE
Two Doors Eact of Fost Office,
T'EEPS contantly on hand a lull line of
Uuodr, boot!, Shoes, llatx, etc. Persona in
need of anything in my line will
iv ramliy wroceriea. uouniry rroauoe, Dry
by examining my flock before purchasing, aa
1 will aell cheaper than any houae in Vinton
Housewives are requeaiea 10 iry ine noyai
Baking Powder, ths Tery beat baking powder
in the market.
I will nlwnva n.ir the hislieat price for But
ter, Eitu. Chickens, Turkeys and all kinda of
country produce. Kemember the place two
aoora eaat or ine roaiumce. nor is y
THE BATHED AY EVENING POST.
TIIKE12 MONTHS GUATI3!!!
Thia "cheapest and beat of the Literary
Weeklies" ia oflenug unequalled inducement
to new aiiDscrioera.
In Ilia flmt paper ofOctoher.it commenced
a brilliant HoYeletenlled "A Family Failing,"
by Eliaxbeth. prescolt. It also Is now runmn
a serial called "Ueorse Canterbury's Will.1
byMr. Henry Wood, the bmou author of
"Kn-t l.ynne," c.
NEW NUVELET3 r.ill continually succeed
each other. Arnor.g Ihnse already on hand, or
in progreaa,ars"undera Han," ny AmanuaM
Iiouitlaa. "Leonie'a Secret," by Frank Lea
Bcnc'.'ci: A Novelet, by Mrs. Uosmer. Ac.
'the Post also givea the Gema of the English
NKW SUBSCRIBERS forl870wllhaTethelr
eiibnr-nption dated back to the paper of Octo
tiet 'lil. unlil me lama eaira euuiun ui iiihi-
per ol October za.uniii ine mrge extra enion 01
that date la exnauaiea. inm win oe inirueo
papera in addition to the regular weekly num
bers for 1870 or flrteeo months In all! When
our extra pil lion is exhausted, the name f
all new subscriber for 1870 will be entered on
nn, list tha rerv week they are leceired.
TKHMH. tt.fiu a year. Two copies IH rout
copiea, $'; Five copies and (one gratia,) 18.
One copy of the Post and one of Uie Lady't
r nend, .
Steel Engraing "Taking the measure of the
A cony ortne large and rjeautirui rremium
Weddini Kin a" eonravad in i.i)Klsni at
costofri.ouo will be sent to erery lull (I'.aoi
suhscrincr. and io erer person sending
cliib. Thia ia a truly, beautiful engrarlngl
Addreas af. PETERHON k Ct).,
sin walnut street, fniiiaueipnia.
THE LADS FRIEND,
TWO MONTHS GltATIS!!!
The Lady's frlehd announces the following
NoYeletemr leTuj "Did lie Forget Her" by
Lontre Chandler Moultoni ''The Caacannon's
Aunt," ry Klmtbelh Prescolt, author of "Be
tween Two," c; "Solid Silrer or, Chrisle
Dearie's Bridal GiRs," by Amanda M. Touglna,
author ot "The Debarry Forlurre." Ac, with
numerous Shorter atones by a billliant galaxy
of lady writers.
A Bnely executed Bteel Engraving, aT han
seme double rmite, finely eolored Faahion
Flute, and a large assortment ef Wood Cuts,
illtiatiating tha Fashion, Fancy Work, it.,
are giwn In every number.
It will giro a popular piece of Music in every
"PORTRAITS OF DISTINGUISHED AU
THO The Jannery number Will contain
ponrait (engraved on Bteel) of Mrs. Henry
wood, Florence Percy, Leuise Chandrur
Moulton. Elianbelh Preecott, Amanda
iJouglas, Mrs. Margaret llosmer aud August
NEW StTHRCRtBERS ho aend In their
namea for 187 before Um first of flovemter,
shall- receiva tne November and December
n limbers of thia year In addition, making four
teen months in alll And new subscriber!
sending in it.eir namea by the first of Decem
ber slisll receive the magnificent December
Holiday number, making tnirteen manthaln
TERMS. M M k veal. Two conies. St: Four
copiea, tl F1v copies (and one gratia,) t
One copy of tha Lady's Friend and P7.0 wf the
A copy of the large and. beautiful Premium
Stel Engraving "Taking the Measure of the
Weddinr Ring" engmved in England at
coat off'.l,00o-r trill be seat to very full (2.o)
eiitjecrib, ane to every pee son sending aelub.
Thia Engraving ia a gem ofrtl
Addrea DEAOUN k PH.TER80N,
Sl( Walnut Street, Puiiladelphi.
nov 18 1860,
.-)PER DAY Agenta Wanted everywhere
QMVroi"iple for two stamps; AMia
l BATES, HAUNlioO.,CkTClM4
Has now In store and for slo to cash or prompt .tiorf time wbolotlo buyer.,
at low rates, l 1
FANCY AND S1APLE KNIT GOODS :!
BUCK AND SIIEEr, GLOVt'
a fullline of ,
PAPER, ST ATI O KEY, & WALL
N. T." AT
i ..." ,
YOU may be snre there la aomeining wrong
about a picture thul ii aold much below
the usual price. No man can do juafce Inhini
self and hia patrons when he laotilj half-paid
for hia worn.
The tiino bit coma wnen
Artiste are oMiged to nnderaell those who r
maHtera of their art or elm remain idle.'
If you waul a
Genuine Pioture of any Kind,
C. J. BILLINGHURST,
found in the market, and aeldom fails to give
Ho haa lust receired a new atocK Ol goous
for the spi ing trade,
null ami ace hia Albnma. Chromoa, and oth.
or Wcturea, Picture Fmmea, Moubling, Pio-ture-naila
and Cord, WlUshea, Gold Pens, Fine
irapri ibiw .
George W. Sisson
Main Street, McArthur, O.
Xeepi constantly on hand
A FTJIL STOCK
FANCY TOILET SOAPS,
EIKQ'3 AMBEOSIA, BAEETT'E
ALL OF TEH POPTJLAE PATENI
MEDIOIUES. ETC., ETC.
Geo. Wood & Co.'a Parlor and
Organs rented so that the
rent Will pay for them. A
liberal discount for cash.
8end for price lists, or call at my residence,
Rtuaell'i Crescent, and cumin the instru
ment for jonnelvea. aeps 18G9 Snt
TAM carrying on the above M)snea at I
nlit .land offl goahisn. nn Water street I
Iweea Paint aud Wilnnt.L'hillicothe, Ohio.
Always on hand at wriorcMle or retail,
Of all Kinds
Alan a good stock of Family Kmcenee. Ev
erything warranted lo be as represented.
. i J, K. BAILEY.
JOHN S. HAWK
Is now opening tho largest aud most
attraotivo stock ever opened ia tbU
market; consUclng ot
FALL AND WINTER. .
AND : ; :
DATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FOR GENTS' WEAK, ;
To which lie Los added
1500 Tieces ot Wall Papoi,
NEW YORK CITY.
Everything being bought at the low
est prices, and will be sold accord
T. M. Martlela,
Having associated themselves 4n the general
Milling and Warehouse Business, would call
the attention ef the nublin to ibpir psnolUni.
faoilit'ea for Ihe manufacttire nf ilonr, Horn-
my aou ixirn Meal, and everything in the line
ot the Milling Business. Best brawls of Flour
aiwaye on nsnn. n ighest casli price paid lor
drain, at Marfleld'a Warehouse, Water St.,
Chillicothe, Ohio. may 14 ly
WilkesviUe, Yinton County, Ohio.
aaa anew . . (
- EUven Weeks Etch.
rpHK FALL TERM OPENS ' , ,'. u
1st Tuesday of November; .
WINTER TERM, , , .
3d Tuesday of January; '. ;
HPBINQ TERM, . -.; 1- ''au-.
, 1st Tuesday of April, j
TUITION PER TERM.
From $3.50 to $7.C0 acdnrding- to M
vunceviem of tha 6ttenf, .
Incidental expense fifty centa per term.
Tuition and incidental expensca rmyabre at
term in advance. The Normal method of in
struction, winch experience haa proved u lie
nor to any other, will be pursued.
P. M.GBEAbLE, rrioclpal.
ep 23 18C 7m . (
Norman P. White. .. Ed. Hje.ll.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
IQUOKSAND J. OBACCO
Agenta for Ketoton Distillery, Kenton Co., Ky
535 Madison Street,
i.i':- ..rlt :rrr.A
FALL - MILLINERY, '1869.
fisre In stook and will
be constantly aupphed
with all the KovuTite
In the V -I C U
Drd era from ticslcra
shall have faithful at
tention. I'.' I
DEVOli k COM PA NT,
aeptO hVitf '
i J. V. KALER,
Cabinet. Maker and; Joiner,
wist main St.McAethite,ohio.
Between Pearl Stand Boundary AOcy.
"VV'Il.t. Keen nn Jiandnil manufacture la
vv enter ll klndaof ealanai ware, coffins,
dr., cheaper than can h obuined elsewhere
' Bneeial attention given tn joiner's wnrk,aat
all kindsnf.johwoik. (live me call, and I
will gnaranlr eaUhiactioaand toyr.Brf.
p il 1W.9 3ni . ' '