Items of Local Interest.
Pbhitibb, like other men, sometime offer
some very good ' bargaing. Any person
wishing to purchase a splendid Piano, will
save from one hundred to on hundred and
fifty dollar! by calling at this office. We
can furnish them at greatly reduced rates.
In a country where the natural desire of
the people is to reaoh the higheBt point In
ast, it is very, difficult for sucoeas to be ob
tained without the most arduous labor. Pub
lio opinion is extremely exacting and not al
ways just; but often unjust and cruel criti
cfifiu has produoed the most beneficial re
sults; the greatest improvements have been
made under continued discouragements, and
In many- successful efforts defeat seemed
certain to all except those concerned. In no
one branoh of art has there been more trials
and failure and in no single instrument is
there so many different part to perleot iu
order to make the whole a success as the Piano-Forte;
this is always attended ' with
great expense requiring , large capital aud
patient perseverenoe. , GaovENSTSitN & Co,,
409 Broadway, N. Y, .commenced manufac
turing Pianos 36 years ago and Is one of the
oldest houses in the dountry. ' They differed
from the rest of the makers in this respeot
they aimed to make the best ins'rument and
to sell it for the imallesl profit These Pianos
to-day cannot be excelled. 1 Thtilr singing
quality is pure, full, and easily retained
through tne most lengthy ' passages. For
cower they are - unparalleled, and are cele
brated for their' great' brilliancy, exquisite
touuh, aud elegance of style anujuiuA.
August 1, 1867-41
Tub attention of the reader is . directod to
card of Ricuard Okaio, Licensed Auctioneer,
in this paper.' Those Wishing the services
of a. good Auctioneer, should call upon or
address hi ji
Tuoss Laving accounts to present to the
County, to be allowed by the Commissioners,
will read the advertisement, ."To Whom it
may Concern," in this paper.,
We would advise all those wishing
anything in the Boot and Shoe line to
go to R. G. Forgbave, on Main street,
cast of tho llulbcrt ' House. He is
prcparod to do the best work on the
shortest notice .and at the most reason
able prices." Seo advertisement- -
JNoticb is hereby given to the
the MoArthur Fire Company that there will
a meeting of said Company held at the
8onool House Hall, on Saturday Evening next,
for the purpose of completing the 'organiza
tion and transacting other business. Jbvery
member is expected to be present; and the
Town Council is respectfully invited to at
tend, By order of
J. S. McDOWELL, Chief.
J. G. SWETLAND, Jr., Sec'y.
1 For Ayer's Medicines,
Call at Blsson's Drug Store.
A Girl Wailted.PermaDent
employment in a small family will be given
to a girl who understands house-keeping.
o one need apply without ft good recoup
For information, apply to the editor of
. It you want to buy or ' sell . anything, no
matter what, the best way you can aeoonv
plish your object is to advertise in the Kit
quirer. .No is the time to advertise Try
to Strong & Glltbons. For
BtovM. Tin-ware, Plows, Saddlery, and all kinds
Hardware, go to Srumo I Gibbous, on Main ; street
MeArthur, Ohio, who bave on hand a full supply o
everything usually found in a country hard-ware
tore, and wliloh has been bought at the lowest oaah
prises sad will be sold at corresponding figures.
. i. .
' Then there's that old Lord , Maurioe. not
whit more tame for his grey hairs. ' '
Nor probably not a whit more good look
ing. Grey hairs may be becoming in ex
tremc old age, but they do not add to the at.
tractiveness of the young and middle aged,
Barrett's Vegetable Hair Restorative nev
r fails to restore grey , hair to its original
-color. .' . i ' ji. ".
Draffs, Books and Stationery,
Persons wishing Prugs, Medicines, or Books,
will do well to oall at Strong's Drug and
Book Store, corner Hulbert's Block, MoArthur,
Ohio', where they will find a large stock
Pure Medioines, Liquors, Oils, Faints, Dye
Stuffs, Perfumery, and Fancy Articles' .',
' Physicians can buy as low as in any mar
kst, in Boutnern umo. ,
The attention of the publio is calM to the
larze stock of Cap and Note Paper, Pens,
Pinw TTnlvea. Ttnlerfl. feci &0. " :
M -I 1 1
' School Books can .be bought cheaper
Strong's than at any other establishment
Vinton county. ' . .
Call td see. ... - May 2-6m
." ', Gem ferrotypes.' '
: For the accommodation of those who
wish a cheaper ticture than, the common
Photograph, C. J, Billuiohdbst is now
prepared to make Gem Ferrotypes. "
CM and ssa them r t
. " "'.! f,A
J ' " ' If .
ForXrve Drujj; ,ind -Ued
n Tfli meant should be raised for an object
M educating ' the orphans 1 of our' gallant
eoldiesi and Bailors within one month. '
all who are able to respond,' anil it wight
done in a week. ' Let all who have nodiepo.
ltiom for : oharity, bat simply want pi
4 tires and want to purchase where they
lie bad for. the. least money, buy of
. Washington Library .Company of Philadel
phia, and more than snough might be realis
ed in a very enort time, t " i . ,
. , eaddvertUemeati : ' ,
Ewhat t'ow. A-reaanawnitespo
,,, off) about fiT8yeBf, 0id, belonging
tu Sheriff Shockev. Btnved from hia ree-
'J.. .'. .Kin ltmn an tti rinrVit nf the
23th of June., Any person' returning
tho cow of fifing information that will
lead to her reoovery will be liberally re
.warded. .iny "''
The . Bond-lioldinsr Radicals say
they own the poor mon of their party,
anil will drive thein in droves to the
polls to vote for equality for the He;
grocs, and for the continuance of the
present system ot taxation
Go.it, Bond-holders; your poor
dupes havo' not tlio
courago to vote
ScBSCBiBi for' the'ENQblRM.forihe
cartpaign. Only725 'oents.. Ask' your
neighbor to subsoriba. . , . ;
Know Thy Destiny.
Madams R. F. Thornton, the great English As
trolojnst, Clarvoyant and Paychometrinlnn, who has
aatoniahed the ncieutitic ulasaue of the Old World, has
now located heraall At Hudson, N. V. madame
Thornton possesses suoh wonderful powers of second
sight, as to enable her to impart knowledge of the
xreatest importance to the enisle or married of ei
thersex. While iu a state of trance, she delineate
the very features of the person you are to mai ry ,
and by the aid of an luatrumunt of Intone power,
known ax the J'ayelinmotrope, guarantees to produce
a life-like picture of the future husband or wife of the
applicant, toctethirwitta the date of irmrrlage,po8iUon
in life, lending traits in character. An. This is no
humbug, as thousands of tustimomals can assert.
She will Hend whnn desired a certified certi cate, or
ritten giiarrantee, that the picture la what it pur
ports to lie. By enclosing a small lock of hair, and
stating place of birth, ap, disposition and compix -
ion, and encloslnu fifty ceuta and a stamped envelope
addressed to yourself, you will receive the picture
and desired information by return mail. Alloommu-
nirationa aaureuiy oonnuential, Aduresa in couu
dence, hadamh E. F. Thobktom, P.O. Box 223, Hud
son, N. V. . April 18, Wtifl-lyj
few weeks bva verv si mule remedy, after having suf
fered for several years with a Hevere lung aflection.and
that dread disease Consumption is anxious to make
known tn hia fellow. HufVeru.ni the nieanaof cure.'
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of tne
prescription used (frue of charge,) with the direc
tions for preparing and using the same, which they
will find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Brou-
chitis, Coughs, Colds, aud all Throat aud Lung Ai-
feet ona. '1 ha on v o uect ol tne auvertiser in senu'
ing the Prescription Is to benefit the afflicted, and
read information wnicn ue conceives to do iutuiu
Is. and he honeB every sufferer will try his rein
cdy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a
blessing. Parties wishing tne prescription, rasa, oj
return mail, will please auuress ,
REV. A. W1I.3U11,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
Free To Everybody.
A Large S pp. Circular, giving information of the
reaiugb imnurmuuu tu wv iuuu)f ui uui.ii bcagb.
U teaches bow the homely may become beautiful
te desoised resnected. ai
No young lady or gentlemen should fail to send their
Address, and receive a cony post-paid, by return mail
Address v. u. jjrawer. ai,
April 18, 18G7-6in
Troy N. Y.
To Whom it May Concern.
A T the quarterly session ofthe Commmsioners
ri vinton couniy.wniu, in juim, ioui, u iuuuw
in? was nassed :
lifliaOLiVr.l', inat any person nereauer jiaviug an
r'niint to ureseut to the Commissioners for
allowance, shall file bis account with the Auditor
least one day before the quarterly session-ot said
Coin nusslonere, It imhms ana sworn n oeiore a prof
er oflicor. The order passed at the March session
18(17, on this suhjtct is hereby rescinded. '
i3v uruer oi tue uuiuiisaiuucrif. t
' W. F. FELTON,"
Auditor Vinton County, 0,
August 1, 1807-tds
TJ AVING been licensed to dispose of property
IX publio auction, he win promptly atteuu un auu.
IIOIIB IU VIUIUUUUUUIJ WIlWOWIlvn. ...
OfBce Hliivel's Law Office, in the Court House,
August 1, 1667-tf '
TAE AMERICAN WIT is always
A fnr nv nnfl to read. 25 cents a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
. ;. 81 NsBsau .Street, N. Y.'
SK and receive THE AMERICAN
WIT. 25 oents a year.. ', '!
' RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau Stieet,- N. Y,
GEN. GRANT is the Urant Of 'ttraDts.
THE AMERICAN WIT is 25 oents
- m 'vominmv m MAT V f VI1
81 Nassau St., N. Y.'
T ONO Contributor in the AMERICAN
Li- WIT. 25 oents e year.
: RICHARDSON & COLLINS, "
, I,-.'.-, .',81,Nassau Bt.rN;jf
P HUN NEE! The Annoodotee in the
'RICHARDSON & COLLINS
; "'y' ;",;";v'"8lNasBau St., N, Y.
HOME Amusements in the American
Wit. . . 25 oents a vear.
- RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nissan St., N. N.
FREEDMAN'S Bureau in the AMER
, ICAN WIT. . 25 es. a year. , ,'"
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
'i - ' 81 Nassau St.,N. Y.
TR1SHCALITE3 in the AMERICAN
1 WTT. 2R ots. vear. 1 r
RICHARDSON A COLLINS ' 'f
, . ....... ;;1.,81Na88au.St.,.N.T.',
WHERE the Leueh Comes in.. The
, f AMERICAN WIT 25 oU. year.
' RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
THE AMERICAN WIT is a happj
1. hit. " 25 of b. ay ear.'"' J "M.
. RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
.. j v: m r.81 Nsbsau St.,. I,;
. August 1, MWrSnvi i,.i ys)l v mri (
KOTICE Is hereby given thai a petition will
presented to' the Commissioners of Vinton
county, Ohio, at their next session to beheld on
first Monday in September, A. D. 1BG7, prayingfor
stablishinent of eountv road alons the followini
scribed route, in aaid oounty, to-witi Beginning
the McArthur and Nelsonville road, on Ellis Bolen's
land; thence in a north-westerly direotion through
the farms of Joseph Lllllbridge, ffustus King,
Elisabeth Weed, to the MoArthur and Logan road
sum. roui Being ia orown i ownsnip, in saia coum
August I,18J7-idn ' ,; ; ,-Ji
An Old Song Set to a New Tune
j At tpring approachet '
Ant and Uoxehtt ; ( i . c
! From their hole comt out,
A i Mice and Rat
' In rpite of cat,
: C'aUy tky about.
i "18 years established In N. Y City."
; "Only inlaliible roniedios knowu."
i "Free from poisons."
; "Not daunerous to the human family."
' "Itatscoine outol their holes to die."
. j ; 1
"Costar'sV ;Eati;Eoach, &'c. Eforra's
Is a paste-used lor Rats, mice, Uooches,
Black aud Red Ants, Ac, Ac,
'Costar's" Bed-Bug Exterminatcr
Isa liquid orwash iifed to destroy, and
alsa as a preventive for Bed Bugs, Ac.
Costar's" Electric Powder for Insects
s for moths, misquitoes, Fleas, Bed-itus,
Insects ou Plants, Fowls, Auinals, Ac.
ttr Bewibi I I I of all worthless imitations.
au-See thaf'Cohtar's" name is on each box, bot
tle, anil flask, before you buy
8&r Address " , UErtnv p,. uubi-ak, t ;
i "484 Broadway, New lork.
t-Sold in MoArthur. by J. S. 8trong,
and all druggists and dealers everywhere.
Vnr Caia. Burns. Bruises. Wounda. ioiis,
Broken Breasts. Sore Nipples, Blee-
dine. Blind and Painful Piles:" SorofulouS,
Putrid' ana ui-conaiiionea aor,- ui"i
Pwnllintrn. EruDlions. Cutaneous Affeotions,
Rin..nr.n ftnh. Corns. Bunions. Chilblains,
A . f l.anrod Hands. Litis.' &0.I Bites Of
, "I I . ' '
Snidara Inannlii. Animals. aiO. .
B-Boxcs 25 cts.,-50 eta.,' and $1 sizes.
tSBi,i h all rirnirir evervwnere.
is-a .d hv Henrt K. Costae. Depot "484'
' - j . -
Broadway, New York, , . , ...
-And by J. 8. Strong, MoArthur, Oi '
-UNlVKItaAL ' j ? , i
(JOB'N 8 O LVE NT,
For Corns, Bunions, Warts, 4o. ' '
eorBoxes 26 ots., 60 cts., and 1 sizes,
i stir-Hold hv all Drueirists everywhere.
fc-And by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York.
6And by J. S. Strong MoArthur, 0.
FOE BXAUXITTINQ THE COMPLEXION.
. : ' . . I . , . .. : ;
Used to soften and beautify the skin, remove free
i DiK.nlno V.rtinhnnti. An.
. Ladies are'now using it in preference to all others.
tffiTBottles ?1. ' ' '
-Rni,i hv all irutffists everywhere.
Jfefir-And by ,Henry , R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, Wew xork,
-And by J. S. Strong, McArthur, 0
B i.r.ol oi Ii
GO U GH REMEDY,
Fof Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza, Asthma,
Consumption, Bronchial Affeotions ajud all
diseases or the Throat ana iungs.
8-Bqttles 25 ots, 50 ots, and $1 sues.
"8old by all druggists etey where. , '
rcff-And by Henry E. Cos tar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York, s '- i-
And by J. a. Strong, MOArtnur, v.
A TOIVEBSAL DINNEK PILL,
.. M.rvnni nd ainlr ReiirlaAhe. eoativeness. Indi'
Toatinn. dvanansia. biliousness, otnatinatiott, diar
rhea, colics, chills, levers, and general derangement
ot the Digestive (Jraans.
-Boxes 86 cts, toots, $1 siies. .. .. ,
' tf8old by all druggists everywhere. ,
' And by Henry B. Costar, Depot '481 Broad'
way, New York; ,, v . ,. .
Ana ty j. o otroDg, jioaimur, v.
August 1. 18C
I i I'i? 1
l.kll'T I 111.. . L
. T . ; ..
: ! I'l l
" 'f J . tk 1. i. .wrm.n
AViro PERMANENTLY LOCATED I.jt McARTHURi and being piactioal workman of many yean,'
Ji exprience, 1 feel safe in saying- that tain tily
Superior quality of Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, .and. cvory thin
, ! i ;. . I ,i . Inmv line.-' ' i . . ...... ' ..' '
I keep 'he best of stock and I am prepared to get up wia k In the best of style.' ' Let everybody come
and see ne, as my stouk can not be surpassed fur. durability, neatnejja, and reasonable pno- ' l"
t Sho(p-At Strong & Gibbons old stund, north side Main Street.
SHOE SHOP '
4 ' . . .1. ...... A I
, f . ,v . 3
. - .y- ... ,f. ..... ,. I,1'.
R. G, FORGRAVEv
. Manufacturer ol and Dealer m
. ' GAITERS, &C,
the public, on Ibe nhortest notice, with
Wioi MANUFACTURERS K
jAHEsn.WHCKorr. Joseph v. kaleb.
WICKOFF. & KALER,
ARBatiu in.towu. Jnanuracturing and dealing m
J kinds of . ;
On MAIN STREET, opposite Dr. Wolf's Offiec,
; m MOAETUUE, , OHIO. ?i ,
: :.'.j'V.. .'."..! ; : '
The Furniuieis made out ot the best seasoned
material, ant bv the most experienced workmen.:
BUREAUS Every Style. ! 'lj , . '
BEDSTEADS All Kinds. : .
TABLES Every Pattern. ,.
I CHAIRS Fanoy and Common
BASH, COOKS, BLINDS, &o.
always ta hand er furnished on short notice
Of all binds, lo Furniture, Chairs, to., attended to
on short fotige. ..-0 . ; . , ,
!;;'.; 'ma ttresses. : '
k sunirior quality ot Mattresses of all sizes a
ways keit on hand. .
TJ ix & r t tx Is. i n er
WaanalwHvs in ' readiness to ATTF.ND
SHJNEKALyin Town and - Country, at the
west rates. . . ..,,- .
A atr Prioe 1 fa a Fair Artiolo
' . . ! ; ia Otir'MottoI -;
Purchasers are requested to call and examine our
1 Large tSoolt of Furniture ; ' .
before nurchasins alaewhere. as we feel confident
that we can furnish better and cheaper articles than
any other establishment in this vicinity.
To bb Drawh at Covinqton, Kt.,
Class P, August 15th,
Class Q, August 31st,'
, 1 pfie .
; l prise
' ' 400
0 prises of $300
' 9 prizes of 250
1G4 prizes of 200
8 prizes of 150
220 prizes of 12
18 drlzes of 100
261 prises of t
Prizes amounting to $230,650. . . .
32,000 Numbers and 788 Fi izes
Whole Tickets $12; Halves $6;
PLAN OP THIS LOTTERY.. The numbers
ft-nm 1 tn .12.000. eorresnondinn with thoee numbers
on the tickets, printed on aeperate slips of papxr,
encircled with small tin tubes, and plaoed in
wheel. Th prises of which there 788, varying
hnvn. from SnO.ouo to S50.00. are similarly printed
on seperate slips, enoircled, and placed in another
wheel. The wheels are then revolved, and a num
ber is drawn from the wheel of numbers, and at
same time a prize is drawn from the other wheel.
The number and prize drawn out are opened
exhibited to the audience, and registerea oy tne oom
.;0in.,,ru (ho mlM boiiici nlaced against the num.
ber drawn. Tlis operation is -repeated until all
pnses are drawn out. ... .... ,
The above MattnifioentSlngle-Number'.Lot
terv. which will be drawn In public, in
Tinirton. Kt. . tov Sworn Commissioners, 3 at
o'clock P. M at the corner of Fourth
Hnott Streets, r : The Kentucky
Tniioi-iaa no fit ft KnterDrizes. but resnon
aihle Money Lotteries,that have been condusl'
ed suocessfnllv for the past 30 years, and
drawn under the authority of a charter
the State, and bonde to a large amount
riven for the navment of all priies.
drawings are nublished in the New
Herald and Cincinnati CommeroiaL
The above scheme will be drawn the mid
die and last of each month during 1867
men' ' ' t ' ' : 1 i"""
Circulars" of Lotteries drawing daily
free by application te the Managers, j ' i
Address all orders for tiokets to . - i
; -. . MUEBY, EDDY & CO.,
July It, 1867-3mJ .U. ! . Covington, Eg.
$12 Gold and SUvex Watihes $12
200 Gold Hunt'g Case Lever Wttohes 100 to JITS each
IWOGoldllunt'guaseiiepene naicnes umi -
m Gold Plated Silver Cases - - - 60to 100
600 Solid silver Case Lever Wfttqhss . . .34 to. 78 '
vi Soiid silver Case Leriene Watohes " 28 to 74
ftOOG'ld Composite Bunt'g Case watohes 20 to; JO
All the above spienma wawuea win sum
J12 each. We have adopted the following plan:
Certificates describing each watch and its value,
prepared and placed in sealed envelopes, and
holder will be entitled to the Watch it calls for, up
on payment ofthe 812. Thisisnota lottery, but
bona fide sale. Procure a certificate, and as there
are no blanks, every one muni get w . aw
usual price at least, and many will get ;a splendid
Gold Watch for the trifling sum of S 12. Certificates
sent by mail to any address for SO cents each. Five
will be sent for $2s fifteen for 5; th irty-flve for 10.
Aaenta wanted: senaiorciruumr. nuuiran,
Ag GILLESPIE, MAX80N & CO., '
2l-6m. ,7 .36 Beekman St., New York.
"WANTED, AGENTS I !
$250 PER MOWTII thi Ybai Rourd,
OR 900 fP UBHT. raorii mvumiodwh.
We guaranty the above salary or commission to
industrious agents t their own homes, to intro.
duoe an article of indispensable ulillty in every
household. ForfuU particulars cah on or, address
j . . v ft. W. Jacksos Co,
' -, 11 Soutn 8t7 Baltimore, Md.
May J?,l86T-lm - - - ' : ' '-'
MARRIED LIFE. Information and advice of
importance to the married of both sexes,
a sealed envelope, can be obtained fieo of charge
July 18, ikl:m i : a , a Broaaway, N. Y.
' "'( i'."it-i ii-:'. k'. '
nr Slims Wadml
4 WASAWA1SD TO- r A
Bsonrrrio uim nrSTflRATIVF Tl
tha N. H. But Axrtoaltnml Soclerr, el .
lair, oelilen in Mubua, Sept. HO, mL
Vegetable Hair Restoratlre
SeitorM Ormy Hair to m Nftttuml Colon pro
i mote the growth of the Half cbaugca ui
I t I - . -Al-
OAtesi Duidruff Mid tiamon yrrwQU f
JJir failinn out i U mipcrior Drf-Miii.
uwuhuiii noiniunoui inicvuiutj . M w
tau ii the mot popnlmr ana nu- a
IK BARRrrT A CO., Proprleters.
; ' ., : . KAHCOI8TSB, H.H.
For sale bv Dr, 8. Stboso, Dru(t(?ist,
JulyliMST-ir'- ' ' itcArtnur, umo.
The World Automated
; AT IBE WONDEEFUL BiVKLATIONB
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOOIST,
' Madame H. A, PEURIQO.
OHF.rnveals secrets no mortal ever knew, fiho
roulnrna to hnnnineaa those who. trora doleful
venta, catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relations
unrl rriunda. lotiH ol moiiev. 4c have become da-
snenrfent. She bnngs together those long separa
ted, gives information concerning absent friends or
lovers, restores lost or stolen nroperty, tells you the
business you are best qualified to pursue ud in
n Wvnii will lin most successful, causes spedy mar-
n.ciAi on.l tlla vnn thn verv dav von 'Will marry.
eivos you the name, iiKoneas am
TViAnAtiAn. Rim rpadM vonr vei
Bhe reads yonr very thoughts, and b;
naiUP, IlKOnBHS lillU viittrauw.wwn w
hnr uimnat Bii.iprnfitiirnl nowers unveils the dur
and hidden mystories'.of the future. From the stare
we see in the firmament the mnlerlo stars that over
nnma nr ni Ailnminata in the conflauration from the
aspecis ana poBmuuo wi
stars in the heavens at thetime of birth, she deduees
the future destiny of man. Fail not to consult the
greatest Astrologistonearth, It costs you but a trifle,
and you may never agan have so favorable an onpor
Hmii (inimultatmn free, with likeness and all de-
. i- .lnn., .nil Iho T.ll
d information, 1. parties living at distance can
tomtit the Madame bv mail with
Annul auff.lv and
satisfaction to themselves, as il in person,
i person. A run ana
i . .
explicit) chart, written outi with alUaquinee answer-
ed and likeness enclosed, aent by mail oa receipt of
price above mentioned. '1 ne etnoieat swrecv wiu
malntAlned, and all correspondence returned or de
stroyed. References of the highest'order furnished
those desiring them. ' Write plainly the day of the
month and year in which you were boia, enclosing a
small lock of hair. ...
.Address, Madams H. A. PERRIGO,
18J P. 0. Drawer m, Buuulo, N. Y.
AWARDED THE ,
... AT THE -
World's Fair London,
WHERE alt Sewing Machines ol any note,
both European and American, were in
competition.- , .
j" The ' yearly talet of Wheeler $
Wilson are equal to the lalet -of aU
other Sewing Machine! Combined. -i c
; u -I-;:. .t .1 J ;i V t A
We use the Wheeler A Wilson, and pro
nounce it without a rival. Soianno Ahuicah.
"There Is no machine so simple and easily
managed, or thnt oan perform such a variety
ol work without basting or preparation.
EVERY MACHINE 18 WARRANTED
FOR THREE YEARS.
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ggjyAll orders will reoeive prompt
attention, if left with
; IL P. AMBROSE,
, . ' ' ' MoArthur, Ohio.
J. F. "Woodsidb, Agent,
'- Chiliicothe, Ohio.'
May 23, 1867-3m " '
ii 'T-ittli c.i;'l xjr ,:iva ; iv
Stronf, Simple and Practical.'
T is a SqrjiEzisa Macuins; warranted no
to injure clothintr geared te eive
strokes of the plungers' for .one turn of
handle, and 150 turns of which will wash
thoroughly the bulk or six to twelve shirts,
according to the size of Machine used. "
A GIRL OK BO i UAH Of ElvATfi IT, and
Six Year' experience proves the Nobparbii
to be the only Washing Machine made which
eland the teat of, lint and Uie, It li unap.
proaohable (or, , , . ' ', '
SPEED : POWER AND EFFECTIVENESS.
C AVBNT3 WANTED.-Sn& for free
scriptive Circulars to H
' " UAKJiba & KBA11WU, , .
184 Water Street, New York City.
Junes, 1867 -m . ,. . ,
.FINKLE & LYON
. " r r.LQCKr-SXITCII
i.l F. :
. The onlt Machine so perfected that entire
satisfaction is guaranteed or ' the puronase
money refunded. ., .,
Where we bave no Agent a sample iiacuine
will be sold at very low price, aud a Local
Agent appointed ou the wot favorable '
NJ. Send for circular. Traveling Agent ,
wanted. Salary, liberal ' 1 i ' . . ; 'J
1-inLle & Lyon S. m, Co.
687 Broadway, New York,
June27. 13G7-Qni - !. ;. '
DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS I
P yuitr address with wamp, foraample antt
4i1okusoI iVrticIci for Youok aud Old, Marped
and binirle. All should have tlieni. Addrws ' - '
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7 A. BKiuur.3, uieevncr oueei, .ew
July IS, ltMi7-Uu)
'. GROYESTEEN'S PIANOS,' ' '
499 Broadway, New York, .
499 'Broadway, New York.
499 Broadway, New York.
BE unrivalled for Di'Iiiility, Powei and Even
l ness of Tuna. Thev are fiat becoming the fa.
vonte over all ntliers, with Musicians, Amateur
and all lovers of Good Musiol They are Warranted
n every respect, bend SirCinmilar, - t . ,
- GUUVENSTEEN 4 CO. t
JulyU 98 Broadway, New ifork.
joiiiv cnuirti!, jr.,
68 Yf. FOURTH 8T, CINCINNATI, OUIO
' SHEET mUSICV
JMPORTEIl of French, German and Italian Violin .
The Trails supplied on the most liberal terms, "
General Wettern Agent for
MASON- & HAMLIN'S "
. .... -'-I i tub
SHONINQEB " " GEM ORGAN AND
. AMD TUB CKLinKATBB
AL80 A LARGE STOCK 07 ' .
From the Factories ofthe moat of the Causaius
MAKias, which I will sell low fur oaab. , ,
.'I l' . li i n ji.' Ii. 'if ui, ii, in rinrnr i'i ,
WOld Plana taken in exchange lor new.
BOrPianns and Organs for sale and to rent, by the
Month, Quarter or Year,
amount paid for tent being applied to pur
ohase, if desired.
8o)Agents ror Cabinet Organs ana rianos
wanted in every town in Ohio, Indiana and .
Kentnoky. .; .
JOHN CHURCH, Ja,
June 27, 18074 - Cincinnati, O. . ,
Kew Edition, lie vised & Enlarged.
7 "WJETT iT afV
EVERY MAN HIS . 0WH LAWYER; .
sa4 Business I'orm Book,,
A COMPLETE (iUlDU in an Matter or
Law, and Buainesa Negotiations for eve
rv Btate in the Union. j.... . '
; YV tin legai i onus, anu iuu moiucueuo iow
proceeding, without legal assistance, in suitsi
ana business irmunumiuuu oi ovorj uosorip ,
Hon. ' ) 'ii'".-.
Toeether with the different state Lawe
ooncerning the Colleotion ef Debts, ; Property j
Exempt from Execution, Lein Laws, uusary, ;
Lioense to Sell Goods, Qualification of Vo
ters, Limitation of Actions, &o, x ..
Also, tbe Ueneral Uantrupt i,aw, Wilis-;
forms and full instructions to enable Bank-. (
rupts and creditors to take full benefit ef tha ,
Aot without legal assistance. ! , !,. .
Also, Pension Laws, wi'.n full instructione
and formB te enable the Diaoharged Soldier,
or Sailor to procure Baok- Pay, PeiiettBS,
Bounties, and all War Claims.
Also, Patent Laws, with full Instruotioni
to inventors,'1 - '
Also, Excise- Laws, -Stamp Dnues, Post
Offloeand Custom House Begnlatione, the
whole notion of the Government in relatioa
to reconstruction and f reedmen; Constitu
tion of the United States, with amendments;
State Seals, with descriptions, io.
Over 250 pages new matter nave neaa .
added, to meet the requirements of the times.
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The utility or sucn a worn - no oneuwm
now question. - The sale or hundreds oi
thousands OI copies OI me jormer euiuona,
and the oonstant demand for it, have settled
thai point. The professional man, the far
mer, the meohanio, the manufacturer, the
soldier, the sailor, each requires a conven
ient, comprehensive and reliable work.
It will save them money, save them troubi
le. save them time, save them litigation ajid
lawyers' fees, and give them informationv
that .nobody can afford to be withouV :
; Price, handsomly bound, $2. ,, , ; y
Sent, post-paid, on receipt of price. . ,'
' A good, reliable Agent wanted ia every
town in the United States. Also, a respon
sible man at all prominent points, as General
Agent. Also, a few wide-awake men, te
travel in establishing' Agencies.
J. R. HAWLEY & CO,
" 164 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
Anyperson -wishing a copy
ofthe above Book, mil call on
Agent for Vinton County.
8omeUlrJ9r Xevv under tbe Sua?
The Union Poctet Timekeeper.
Price Fifty Cents.
rpHB most novel and useful invention of the Age.
I WmnuiUrl to mark aolar time with creator ac
curacy than the moat expensive gold or silver' ra-
peater, wnue its eitrerne vueHfiisw ihixjbo m
reach ol all. Bent to any address pout-paid by mail,
for Firrt owts. , Orders will be filled promptly. Ad
, ... UNIOM AlAKUifAuruitiKU uu,
Box 441 Hudson, N. Y".
June 13, 184V -8m ' '-
rfSO TO 16 FOB EVERY HOUR'S 8ER
tJbO VICE. Pleasant and honorable em
ploymeatf without risk; desirable for all la
dies eVerg ymen, teachers students farmers
merohanU m eohanlcs soldiers everybody.
Please call on, or address, C. W. JACKSON
&C0, 58 Beaver Street, S.Y. 21 n
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