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Items of Local Interest.
PIANOS FOR SALE!
Fiintih, like other men, sometimes offer
eonie very good bargains. Any person
wishing la purchase a splendid Piano, will
ave from one buuJred to one hundred sod
fifty dollar! by otv'ling at this office. We
can furnish them at greatly reduced rales.
EsTRAT Cow. A red and white spot
(od cow, about fivo ye urn old, belonging
to Sheriff Shocxey, strayed fro it his ree
IrVnc, id this town, od the eight of the
23 b of June. An; person returning
the M or giving information that will
lead to bcr recover; will be liberally re
Rao Wa.vtki). Bring all your rajrs to
ibis nffiee, where thu highest market price
will be paid for thom.
For Strictly Pure White
Lead at Cincinnati Prices,
Go to Sisson's Drug Store.
Subscribe for .ilie Enquirer for the
Y catr.paigp. Only 25 cents. Able your
neighbor to subscribe.
It you want to buy or sell anythhig.no
Wut l or wliat, the best way you can accom
plish your object is to advertise iu the En
quirer. Now is the time to advertise. Try
Druse, UooUs inid S'ntloncry,
Persons wifliing Drugs, Medicines, or Books,
wilt do well to call at Strong's Drug and
Book Store, corner Hulbert's Block, Mo Arthur,
Ohio, where tbey will find a large stock of
Pure Medicines, lquors, Oil?, Paints, Dye
rltuff. Perfumery, and -Fancy Articles.
Thysicisns can buy as loir as in any mar
ket, in Southern Oliio.
The attention of tlio public is called to the
large stock of Cup and Note Pap r, Pens,
Ink, Paper, Knives, Ruler, &., &o.
School Rooks can bo bought cheaper at
Strong's liiatuat auy o'ber establishment in
C.il audsce. May 2 6m
A Wooies Factoky. A person who owns
a large and valuable tract of land, through
which (he Marietta itnd Cinoinnati Railroad
passes, west of mid ailjoining the Ziski
Estate, in Vinton county, authorizes" us to
state that a situ for a Woolen Fnotory will
tie giv. n free la my party who will build
upon it. It is an excellent place for a Wool
en Factory; about one mile from the Zilesbi
Depot of tlio M. & C. it. R.; anil -water, coal,
worn! and every thing elite necessary for
building and running an establishment of
ibis kiud, being near at band. . We think
Chore iu not a more convenient locatiou in
4hia county fur a Woolen Factory. For fur-
her pirticularn call on or address tba lyJi
tor of this I'Hper.
Jones and Fee are greit friends to
the rich BondhoMere who eit in their
oiipy chairs and pay no taxes. Let the
laborers and tax-pnyem go to the polls
cud vote against them I
For Ayer's Medicines,
Call at Sisson's Drug Store.
McAivniua Public Schools. The
Pall Term of the Public Schools be
finft on Monday next.
M. It. Barnes. Supcrinten lent and
Principal ol IiiKU School; Jliss-M. Jl
(Clifford, Teacher Giamuiar School:
Hiss ilattie McGUlivray,' Teacher In
termediate School; Miss S. M. Timms
and Miss Cora Jiitnnells, Teachers
Tub Athens County Agricultural
Society hold their 17th Annual Fail
on the 3d and 4th days of October
next. Tho officers of the Society are
as follows: Geo. Putnam, President;
J. H. Glazier, Vfca President; (ino.
V. Baker. Soeretarv: N. H. Van
Vorhes, Treasurer. Tho Secretary of
tho Society will accept our thanks for
a complimentary ticket. As Vinton
county is unable to get up an Agri
cultural Fair, we would advise -our
citizens to visit Athens and see the
large things that will be exhibited
there. - - -
It is all the amo. The State Conven
tion declared in favor of the amendment,
and every candidate is pledged to it.
In Wadlo onunty, Blaine, the Demo
crats have made a gatu of thirteen hun
dred piuoe last year. The Republican
party hat commenoed filling to pieces io
jts very stroog-bolds. ... '
IlAiaaT's msjority in California con
iauca to iooreasa. Tt is now 9,000.
For Misliler'nllcrb Bitters
Uo fclueon's Drug Store.
The election is Vtrdiont was held last
Monday. The Democrats have made again
t til OoU -...,:
THERE was stunning Demooratio
meeting at Mount (Jileid, Morrow eouq
ty, on Tuefldny, the 10th jnet., whiab
was addressed hy Hon. C. L. Vallandig.
bam and O. M. Jaokson, Esq. from
12,000 to 15,000 peopla were present.
Toe big meetings of 1803 are being re
peatod agiin on (he Democraiio side,
nd apparently with more effect,
i.i ... i
Tu) Demooratio thunder from Cali
fornia seems to be repeating itself all
over the country. We bad a second edi
tion of it last Monday, io Maine, and
now we Loar it reverberating again in
!k Montana, wboro the Democrals have
naUU. Ulwttu PISCJ VI tllV U fJL IU," , Ml ' ,
j li.vi alaotod Ivavniifiifh In Cnnarcs.
DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER FOR THE
DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER FOR THE CAMPAIGN.
Tub Democratic Enquire choult
be read hy every voter in Vmtoo count;
during the prosent oatupatgn. As we bo
liovo that the moht extended oirculatior
of sound Demooratio papers will great!;
aid in the triumph of correct principles
at the coniintr elcotion. we offer Th
Dcmuaatic Enqitiitr from ton time (
for threo mooihx) until after the election,
oo the following low
Sinele subscriber", 25centf; olubp o1
5, $1,10, olubB of 10, ?2;-with to ad
ditional oot.T to each setter op of olub
One copy, one year, in oiubs of not lee
than ten, $1 Payments to be made in
We effur the paper at these'nnasuall)
low rates with the view of bringing it
within the reach of all daring the cam
paign, and we hope the offer will he re
sponded to generally all over the oounty
A very trifling tffirt on the part of sonn
of our fricndi in each township oi
neighborhood would secure a large ad
dition tn our already large subscription
i .and be the means of doing a great
deal of good. The pendii g campaign is i
most important onethe quistion (f
giving the negro the right to vote, hold
office, tit on jurie?, and marry into white
families is to he decided and every
Democrat should exert himself to secure
the triumphantfucocss of the Democracy.
Lot our able Democrnts throughout the
county make up a fund of from .one to
five dollars or more in eaolt township,
and attribute copies of the paper to vo
ters who take no paper and who will road
By so doing, the peoplo can be educated
in regard to the REAL isf uo, and vote
J. W. BOWEN.
Editor & Pub'er.
McArthur, July 18,'67.
For Fine Perfumery,
Go to Sisson's Drug Store.
rniLADKLPAU covered herself with glory
by feeding the soldiers who went to the late
war from all parlB of the North and West;
and now an association of Phila-lclphinnH,
not "weary la well doing,"bava organized a
scheme to shelter and to educate the orphans
of the snme bravo nien who were welcomed
there in those troublous times. Bivfidc,
New Jersey, is the site for- their Institute,
and the funds for its endowment are being
raised bv the Washington Library Compau;
of Philadelphia, by the sale of stook at $1
per sha-e. With each share a handsome is
gives at the time of pu' ohase ; aad, as a fur
ther inducement, all are entitled to one of
tie $300,000 worth of presents, to be fairly
distributed to stockholders; or, in et! ar
words, for every share of slock held a pres
ent is guaranteed. One present ta be given
away is worth $40,000.
Kead the advertisement.
A FoREfllUD ON TUB BACK Of HIS ITgAD.
How extremely embarassing it must he for a
widower or matrimonially inclined bachelor
to have a "bald and shining pate."
If two bottles of '-Barrett's Vegetable Hair
Restorative'' does not cause the hair to grow
upon bald heads if the person be notion
aged, the money wilt be refunded.
For rui'c Mrtis and 3"ed-
ictiosco ,0 Siason's Drugstore.
Tub Denmoratio Executive Committee of
Vinton County 8. C. Case, D. 1$. Khivel
and J. O, Swetland, Jr.,--have appointed
ibe following named gentlemen as an
Fggh3nhn W. WiUlnsou, Jacob Inangle.
Brown Washington Keeton, Seth T. Weed.
Elk A. J. Swaim, Patrick McAlister, Coor.
StPtin -Fred. Cradlebaugh, Fred Friok.
Jackson Lalan Sampson, John Hose,
Mcaisan- Morris AH aujh, Solomon h'p'ey.
Clinton John Frasee, Or J."A Monahun.
VinUa John Booth, Joseph McLaughlin.
Richland I. A. Atwood, Dr. II. C. Moore,
,irritonA. Arganbright, S, C. Ptcinbrook.
irii'W-ChHrla Mulholland, King Well
Knox Itent-y lflklvard, George It, Bell.
!T WILTi BE THE DUTY OF
THK SENATE TO WKWOMK
COLOIIKD SKNATOUS UPON THIS
FLOOllIN A FEVV MONTllS.-Ex
THACT FROM SUMNHR's SPEECU.
THE taxable rrnpe rty In Boston, MaM
is reported at 8441,946,000.
On the 5(h inst.. at the residence of rtie bride's
fa her, h.- Rnv. .1. brim, Mr. ( aim Balis and Miss
MabvJ. M'-Kirana, bo n or Kl blanii ! v nsnip.
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
rpnE f'ommlssioners of Vinton county will meet at
JL the Bnuge across tiK rorn oi jiaoooon ureea,
nun- (ioorge Speed's, In Elk Township, Vinton -ooun-
17) unio, on
MONDAY, the 1st Day of October, A. D.
at 1 o'clock r. h. of raid day, and let to the lowest re
sponsible bidder tho building of the
Frame Work of a Covered Bridge
on the Abutments now 'orc-trueted at said point.
By Order ol the-Commiasioners.
W. F. KELT ON, Auditor V. C.
September 13, 1867-td
VTnE nniWslcned has been sunointod Admlnls
X tor on the Estate of John D. Wilkinson, late of
Vinton county, Oulo, deceased. All persona Indebt
ed to the Estate will are requested to make immedi
ate payment; and those hating claims sgainetthe
Bstnte will present the same duly autbeutiested to
the undersigned, for allowance.
Datod September 9. 18u7-3w
TO C0HSUJiPirvT3.-Bev. Enwitiw A. Wiisob
will send .free of unarae) to all whit desire it, the
niescrlption wita tne directions nr " aainn anu as-
Ingthesimple remedy hy which he was cured of a
limit alleotioo and that arena: otsease oonsumpi
His only object is to benefit the afflicted and he hopes
every infferirwill try this prescription, sit will cost
nothing, and may prove a messing, nesse aouiesa
I REV. El'WAKD A. WILSON,
No. lfl South SccondStroct, Willimlmr, N. York.
MayJ. 1867 -ly
INFORJIATIOW. Information- guaranteed to pro
duce a luxuriant growth of hair upon a bald head
or hosruless lace, ati a recipe lor ine removal
I'imples, Wothes, Eruptions, etc., on the akin, lent
na the name toft, clear, and beautiful, can be ohtain-
-I w-thout chares by addiessiut Thus F. Cham,
ii Broadway, flew York.
Salo of Real Estato
bt order, or
VINTON COUNTY PEOBATE
William Mark, Administrator of
the Zi-tate of Oliver Fuller,
Julia A. Lillibridge, and John
I.il'.ihrirlgi , her huKbond,
Hichurd Fuller, Zf I in-Ji a
filiH'lHH. flnH .lohn Hliiplfla.
her husband, who have ar- In Vinton County
r vod at run i b, iianon i i'rooaw uourt.
Fuller, Nancy J. Moore, Har
riet A. Moore, who are mi- petition to sell
nora anu reeuema 01 v mion i Lauda.
counr.y, in me niare onio,
Jhiiii-s M-ore. minor, who re-
kiilea in thetuteof Iowa, Nan
cy M. Kllm, and Levi Ellis hor
husband, aho are of lull bug,
Alum Cullienaon, Melinxa (,'ul
twrtaooi John P, Culbertaon,
David H. Oultiertson, and
Charles Culbvrison, who are
hiinnrM and rMida in ilia Slate
ol Indiana. 1
N pursuance of an order und decree made
hy the Pn liate Court of Vinton county, Ohio,
on the 10th day of Ncptember, A. U. 18ti7, 1 will otlur
l"t sain t public nuuiion, on
SATURDAY, the 12th day of October,
A. D. 1867, .
it 1 o'clock P. M. of aaid day, on the prem'sen, m
ll-e Town of MiArtliur, in sairt Vinton county, the
following described premise, sitjuto in tl)e county
ol Vinton and Matii of Ohio, towiti
Coniniincins one hundred links south of the
south-east corner of In-Lne NumbiT one hundred
Hint five in the Town ol .MuArthur. In the afnritnuid
i-oiiuty; thence weal three chxin and llurtv-flve
links to a atakej thence aouth eihtcha ns; thonie
cant three chains and thirty-live links to a atone;
(hence norih eightchains to the rlco of beginninc.
containinij two uorea and sixty eiht hundreiUha of.
an aore more or leas."
Appraised at four hundred and fifty dollars anil
must bring two thirds of that mm subject ta the
dowor li tcrest ol Happy Fuller, widow or said dwe
lient, of twenty duliai s io be paid tosnid widow eaih
and every year by the purchaser during her natural
Terms ot Sle One-third cash in hand on the day
of .Mile; ouo third lit six months; and tha residue in
ttvelVM months from the day of sale deferred i-ay-mtnts
to bar interest and to bo secured by mort
gage upon the premises.
Administrator of Estate of (.'liver Fuller, deceased,
fciepiember 12, lti67-lds
Stale of Ohio, Vinton County.
Christopher Winkloman, PlalutijT,
In court ofcom.
William A Pearceand
On an Order k
Hanmel V. Iiode, Ucfcnnants.
UUH.'-UANT to iliecomniand ot an order and de
cr-e in the above cause to me directed from the
court of common Pleas ol Vinton county, Ohio, and
to me directed as -heriltof said county, I will otter
at public sale, at the door of the coui t house, in the
. n r M.. . ... u ... : .1, n:.,
inwii ui ifivAiinui, iu iiiv uiuiusuiu county vi yiuiou,
TUESDAY, the lWi day of October,
A. V. 18rJ7,
at the hour of 1 o'clock r. u. of said dav. the follow-
inisnda and terieindots one equal undivioed half
oi wie inuowiiig uescrioeu preinises to-wu;
Coiiimeuoing at tha Soiiih-wost corner o
that part of (Jut-Lot Number Twenty-five
(25,) in the Town of Wilkesvilie, in said
. county of Vinton, owned on the 1 4t b day nl
I May, A. D. 1859 by William C. Cline. and
irunniag South-east paralell with the Street
in said Town Fifteen (Iri) Rods; and thence
couth-east eleven (U) nous on a straight
an trie with said mreoi ; thence Fifteen (15
Hods South west on a paralell with said
Sejoid Street; thencj North-west to the
place of beginning containing one norr
mo'-e or less together with the Flouring and
Saw Mills and all other appurtenances on
Taken as the property ot William
satisfy a judgment and decree of the i
A. Penrce to
in fuvor of Christonh.r Viinkleman.
Appraised at one thousand six hundred and thlrtv
three dollars and thirty-three ccftts and must bring
bnu-i'urus oi mm suiu.
Terms of sale cash in hsnd at the time of sale.
JOUN J. BHOCKEY,
Kheo-fl Vinton cou ntv, O.
D. h. Pans, Atfy for PI'B.
Bepteinber 12, lM,7w-lti
1POJX . QjXiTi 1
Corner Main and MarketSts.,
OPPOSITE COURT H0USB,
T wilt 0FFEB AT PRIVATE SATJB this valunble
A rroii-riy, situate,! in McArtlmr, the County Seat
of Vinton, and the centre ol the vast ooal and iron
regions of Ohio. This is the
Oxxly Hotel in. tlxo
there is a goid stable; ail the conveniences necessa
ry to make it what it should he- an excellent loca
tion; and is doing a fine business.
Any person desiring to make an investment of
this Kinn win oi wen to can m i examine tne prem
ises us I dei-ne tn retire from tho business, and will
sell the property at one-half its real vulue.
Sept mberS, 1807-tf
PAINTS FOB FABMEItS anJ others,-The Grsllon
.iluural I'auti o. sie now in niuluotiirmg the best,
oiienpest, and .nost durable paint in use: two coals
well put on, mixed with pure Linseed till, will last
10 or 13 years; It is ot a light brown or beautiful choc-
olate color, and can be changed to frreen, lead,
atone, drab, olive or cream, to suit taste of consumer.
It is valuable tor Houses, Barns, Fence i, Carnage
and Car-mnker.i, Pail and Wooden-ware, Agricul
tural Implements, Canal Biats, Vessels and Whins'
Hottoms. rtanvaa, M-etnl and ttfiimrle Kools. lit beinc
Fire and W-uer proof,) Floor nil oioths, (one miwu-i
fucturer haviUK used tiUOU bbls. the nast vear.l and
us a naint for any pu-pose is unsurpassed itr body, I
durability, elns.icity, and adhesiveness. Price Si
per ooi. oi 300 ids.
which will supply a tarmsr for
venrs to coma.
Warranted in all cases as above.
Send for Bcircular which
eivesfull particulars. None
enuine unless branded iu a trade mark Grafton
lineral Paint. Addiess
DANIEL BID N ELL,"
8ept. , '07-em 54 Pearl Street Sew York.
A 1,L persons are hereby not to nr
XI. trust, or make bills of credit
or contract with!
Kachel H. Clark.'my wife, or in any way incur any
liabilities against me, with or for the said Rachel 11.
OJark, from and after this date, for the -reason that
the said Uacltel U. Clark, my wile, has left my bed
and board without any just cause or provocation
whatsoever, and that I will not be responsible for
siry way incur any
any coniraot, aeon, or ODiigation oy ner so m toe.
ISAAC K. CLAltli.
Dated August 30, 18li7-3vr
JohnOtt, Plaintiff, Befire George Craig, . I. P. f
sgainst unnton i ownsmp, .vinion
A'fred Dawson, Deft. ) oountv. Ohio.
ON tbeSOth day of August, A. D. 18H7, said Jintlce
issued an order ot attachment in tho above so
li on for the sum of Eighteen Dollars and Thirty-five
Cents (J18.35.) ' JOHNOTT.
September S, 1807-3W
OECRET8 FOR THE MILLION.-
A most valuable
O and wondertnl publication.
A work of 400 imces
and 80 oolored engrnvings. Dr. Hunter's Vade Me.
cum, an original and popular treatise on Mn and
woman, tneirrnysoiogy, r unctions, arct trminies oi
every kind, with never failing remedies for their
The practice of Dr. Hunter has long been and still
is. unbounded, but at the earliest solicitation ot nu
merous persons, he has been induced to extend his
mediaal usefulness through the medium of bis "Vade
One copy, securely enveloped, will be forwarded
free of postage to any part of the United States for
mi cents in r. .', stamps. Address, post paid, lr,
Uuntor, No. S Divisiou slreot, .New Vork.
August 13, ISt)7 y
SiiFirr' Orrici, 1
ViJtro.v Cocxtv, Ohio. August ), 1807.
Tn the Qualified Vourt of Ymjon County:
" 7"OtI are hereby notifibd to meet at the usual nlacoi.
Jc of holdinir eleeimns. tn the several township'
tmeouuiy. !ir ine none, lisiriei, uuu ioilllt) um
oers, in accordance with the stntute in such case
inide and p-ovidcd, on the
SECOND TUESDAY IX OCTOBEPv
A. D. 18C7,
BEING THE 8TH DAY OF SAID MONTH,
between the hours of o'clock In the lorenoon and
o'olock in the afternoon of said d.yv, and then and
t tic re proceed to vote by ballot for the following OiU-
One Governor for tho State of Ohio;
One Lieutenant Governor lor the State
One'Troasurer of State for the State
One Auditor of State for tho State'of
Ono Attorney-General for tho State of
Ono Supremo Judge for tho Stato of
Ono Comptroller of tho Treasury for
mo btato ot unio;
Ono Member of the Board of Public
Works for tho Statp of Ohio;
Ono State Senator for tho 8th Senato
rial District composed of the coun
ties of Vinton, Gallia, Lawrence,
One Judge of the Court of Common
Pleas lor tho 2nd Sub-division of
the 7th Judicial District composed
of the counties of Vinton, Jackson,
Piko, Scioto, and Lawrpnco.
One Representative for Vinton county;
One Prosecuting Attorney for Vinton
Ono Surveyor for Vinton county;
Ono One Commissioner for Vinton
And you will also proceed to voto for
or acainst tho lollowing Troposed
Amendment to the Constitution of
tho Stato of Ohio:
Reiohtd by the Oeneral AuemVy of the
State of Vino, (turee-nftha or the members
elected to eaoc House agreeing thereto,)
That, it be and is hereby proposed to the
electors of this State to vote at the next annual
October elcotion, upon the approval or rejec
tion of the following amendment as a sub
stitute for the first rection of the fifth Arti
cle of the Constitution of this Stale, to-wit
Every male citizen of the United States, of
the age of twenty one years, who shall have
been a. resident of the State one year
next preceeding the election, and of the
county, township, or wird in which
he resides, such time as may be pro
vided by law, except such persons ae have
borne arms in support of any insurrection or
rebellion against the government of the I'm
ted States, or have fled from their places of
residenoeto avoid being draitod into the mil
itary service 'thereof, or have deserted the
military or naval tervice of said government
in time of war, and have not subsequently
beeu honorably discharged from the same
shall have the qualifications of an elector
and be entitled to vote at all elections,
Those voting for the Amendment shall pul
upon tbair ballots these words;
"CONSTITUTIONAL AMEND ,1 ENT- YES
Those voting against the Amendment shall
put upon their ballots tbeso words:
'CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ifO."
APPORTIONMKNT OF JURORS
The Trustees of the several Townships of aaid
county nre hereby noticed tnat tho loliowniK numoer
of Jurors are nnnortioned to their ToiMislnns re
spectively, and thai thoy are required to select the
saw luimoeraoa mane return inerc-oi io mi iiera
of the C'ouit of Common Pleas.
together with the
Given rnider myliand at my office, In McArthur,
this 31st day of August, A. D. 1801.
JOHN J. 8H0CKET,
SheriS Vinton County, O.
September 5, lSH7-tde
To BC DttAW" AT COVIHOTOJI, KT,
Class R, September 16th,
Class P, September 30th,
0 prixes f $300
9 prixes or
164 prixes of
8 pi ices of
220 prixes of
18 drites of
261 prixes of
Frixes amounting lo $230,650.
ROjOOO Numbers and 788 Pi IZ6S.
lYhole tickets $12; Halves $6;
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY, Thenurabers
from 1 to 32,000, corresponding with those numbers
on the tickets, printed on seperate slips of paper, are
encircled with small tin tubes, and placed in one
wheel Th pnies, of which there 788, varying na
aoove, irom eoo.uvu -.o .i...... ,,
on seperate slips, enjiroled, and placed in snother
wheel. The wheels are then rovolved, and a nuni
her is drawn from the wheel of number, aod at the
same time a prue la drawn irom tne otner wneei.
'rl,. niimiwirinilnrim drawn ouf are opened aud
-.i,ii.,i,t t the uinlie.ice. and registered by the com
miasioners, the pnse oeing luacouanninsi me num
ber drawn, tuis operation is repisiwu miuisiuue
prutos are drawn out.
The above Magnifioent Single-Namber Lot
tery, which will be drawa ia public, in Co
vinirton. Kt.. by Sworn Commissioners, al
o'clock P. M.. at the corner of Fourth and
Soott Streote. The . Kentucky State
Lotteries art no Gift i.nterprues, out respon-
ihl Monev Lotteries.that have been conduct
ed euccessfully for the past 30 years, and are
drawn under tba autnority ot a cnarter irom
the Slate, and bontie to a targe amount are
given for the payment oi an prixes. ine
drawings are published in the New York
Uerald and Umcinnau commercial.
The above scheme will bs drawa the mid
dle and last of each month during 18C7 and
Circulars of Lotteries drawing daily sent
free by application to the Managers.
Address all orders for tiokets to
MURRAY, EDDY & CO.,
July l 186T-3u Covington, y.
Of a Silver Sfcdal
WAS 1 WASHED TO
BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
Br the N. II. SUM Agricultural Soclrtr, i
IU fair, lwklen la Kusliiia, StjiU , luA
Ve?etaWe Hair Restoratlro
Bitorcs Qrty Unr to ita Katiiral Color t pro-
uiuwi .n Krnwnt or mo tiflir t cnaiigt. int
w unit-original orjrfiric anion t ernai'
-Jicatei UnndnirY and II u mora i prrvn(t
ft aiiur mitini; oil 1 1 l n HIIJMTIOr U'CMtng,
, mutt m mi vniMi pnnniar snn nu-
uie anir8 inronpnnu. Uia
w mmt v i- I 'I UJ auiu
uai, went, r-nnu, ana
4 R. BARRETT & CO., Proprietors,
For sale bv Dr, J. S.
World's Fair, London,
WH ERE all Pewinp; Machines of arty note,
both Euiopean and American, were in
$FTh yearly talet of Wheeler $
Wilton art equal to the tales of all
ether Sewing Machines Combined.
' "We me the Wheeler k Wilson, snit pro.
nouncje it without a rival. hcis jTiric American.
There Is no machine so simple end easily
mansved, or tluu can p rform such a variety
ui worit wunouv oistiog or preparation.
EVEUir MACHINE 18 WARRANTED
FOR THREE YEARS.
3y"All orders will receive prompt
attention, if left with
II. P. AMBROSE.
Mo Arthur, Ohio.
J. F. "Woodside, Agent,
WAS H I i Q
Jrt iCiv "V it
lit ) l' A '
Strong, Simple and Practical.
TT is a Squeezing Machine; warranted no
I to injure clothing geared to give six
strokes of the plungers for one (urn of the
handle, and 150 Jurns of which will wasl
thorougtvly the bulk of six to twelve ' shirts,
aooording to the sica of Maohine used.
A OIRL OR BOY CAN OPERATE IT. and
Six Yeart' experience proves the Nonpaefil
to be the only Washing Machine nude which
tlandt the teal of Hum ana Cie. it is unap
SPEED POWER ANO EFFECTIVENESS.
AGENTS WANTED.- Send for free De
scrlptive Circulars to
tiAKLEY & KEATING,
184 Water Street, New York City.
WILLIAM LOWERY, whoe place of resi le.ica is
' unknown, is h-reby not-lied that SJary Ann
Lowrey, did, on the 12th day of Aueust, A. D. 1867,
file her petition in thOtti-eof the (Terk of the Court
of Common Pleas, withiu and fur th county of Vin
ton, and State of Ohio, chsrtjmij, tne said William
Lowery with having been willfully absent from the
said Mary Ann Lwi-rv for more than three yearn
frior titfreto, and lor thnt cause prayingforadivorce
rom the said William Lowerv; for tha care, custody,
and control ol three minor children, and for such
other and further reliefas the" aatare of the case
and equity may require; which petition wilt be lor
hearing at the next term of said court.
K IJIAKY ANK LOWERY,
fly Have & DuHadway, berAtt'ya.
August IS, I8ii7-6w
FIHKLE & LYOH
LOCKSTITCH ... : '
The on u Machine ee perfected that entire
satisfaction ia guaranteed or the purchase
Where we have no Agent a sample Machine
will be sold at very low prioe, and a Local
Agent' appointed on the most favorable
H.B. Send for eironlar. Traveling Agents
wanted, balary, liberal.
I inkle A: Lyon $. IH.Co.
687'Broadway, New York
June 27, 1867-6m . - . " '
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HOME 'MANUFACTURERS I
JAJIVS It. WHCKcrr. JnavPHT. XAtCft
WYCKOFF & KALER, '
Vr. K still In town manor-tcturlnj and dealing ia
a 1 kiu-'is of
)a MAIN STREET, opposite Dr. Wolfe 05a,
MCAIITU Urs OHIO.
Tl.e purnltmem made out of the best seasae4
:iatt-rl J, ii,d by the luoat wpeiienotd workoian.,
.URKATJit Every Ptv-ls.
HJBDM BADS All Kinds.
TAULES Kvery I'sllern.
CHAIRS Fancy and Comoa,
s.vsir, CQoua, blinds, to,
.Iways on hand or furolaaed on short notloe.
Of nil kinus, inFiu niture, Chairs, tu., attended la
n short putie,
A snnarinr quality l UmCi eases of an S.XM $1.
, ay$ kepi on hand.
Wo aieajtrnye In rea, inesa to ''1 fcN)
FUN KU A LS In Town and Country, at tha
A Fair Price for a Fair Artlol
is Our MotVoI
Purchasers are requested to call ard axamiot tU
Lirge iSook of Furniture
before purelmsin etfewhere, as we teal eonfldsoc
hat -eoeo furnish better and uhea)er articles thau
iny other establishuieni in th'S vi-inity.
' WYCKOFK & KALES.
Sew Edition, R-vitd &Enlarged,
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A COPLETKOUIUE iu all Matter of
A Law, and Business Negotiations for eve
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With Lcial Forms, and fall instectlenj for
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xeuiprTiom Execution. Lain Laws, Uusarr, -
License to Sell Ooods, Qualification of Vo
era, Limitation of Actions, so.
Also, tie General Bankrupt Law, with
onus and lull instructions to enable Bank -
rupts and creditors to lalto full benefit of th
Aot without legtl nasiitince.
Alio, Fension Laws, wih full instrnctfoni
and forms to enable the Discharged Soldier
or Pallor lo procure Bnolc Par. Petiiiona.
Bounties, and adi War Claims.
Als.0, Patent Laws; with lull IpatruoMoni -
Also. Excise Laws, Etamp Duties, Post
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whole act!on of the flovernprent in re'stloa
to recntistruction end - Freedmeti.' Constitu
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State S-'als, with descriptions. So.
Over 2G0 pages new matter have bees
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The utility of such a work no one will
now question. The sale of hnndreda of
thousands of eopies of the former editions.
and the constant demand for it, have settled
that point. Hie piofessional man, the far
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It will save them money, ear them troub
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Price, handsowly bound, $2.
Pent, post-paid, on -receipt of price.
A good, reliable Agent wantod in every
town in the United States. Also, a reipon
sible Juan at all prominent points, as Qensrat
Agent. Also, a tew wide-awake men, to
travel in establishing Agencies.
J. R. 1IAWLEV & CO.,
1G4 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Any person wishing a copy
of the above Book, will call orv
J "W. J50WENr,
Agent for Vinton County.
TtAE AMERICAN WIT is alwajs fit
for any one lo read. 25 osots a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau Street. N. Y.
ASK and receive THE AMER'.CAlf
A WIT. 25 cents a vesr.
. mcOARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau Stieef, N. t,
GEN GRANT is the.Orant of OrsnK
THE AMERICAN WIT U 25 oeats
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau St., N. V. '
PtlTJNNEEI The Aonccdotes ia tho
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau St., Iff. Y.
OME Amusements io the AMKEICAB
25 o-nts a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Njssbu St., N. N.
T7REEDM AN'S Bnreau in the AMER
1 ICAN WIT. 25 o's. a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nieeau St., N. X.
IRISHCALITE3 in tho . AMKKICAtf
1 WIT. 25 cts. year. .
$12 Gold and Silver Watches $12
200 Gold IJ ur.rgr.se Lever Wrtchei .1M it .ln54
iOOGoldUunl'(jCasLeiieneWaWbe 75to 1W "
jOOGold Hinted -Silver Cases - . 60to W "
too Solid sil.er Case Lever Watchsa M o
(HMiiioiid silver Case Lepene Watches Sa to 74 "
WOO'ld Gomposiie UunfijCaaewatchesSOto W
til the above splendid watches will b sold foe
112 each. We have adopted the following plam
..a....,.., Hcarihinii encii waicQ ana iisvmue. arm
prepared and placed m pealed envvlopes, an! tha
holder will be entitled to tha Watoh it oalU far, op.
on pavmenl ol the 12. This Is not a lo tory. but a
bona fide salo. Procure a certificate, and thste
ar no blanks, every one must get a watch at half the
usual prioe at least, and many will get; splendid
Gold Watch for the trifling snro ofli-2. Cortiflcate
sentbymeil to anv s-ldress for frocents etch. Kiv
will be seut for Si; fifteen for $5; th trty-Dve for ttO. .
Aleuts wanted; send for circular. Address,
, . OILLE8PIB, MAX80N t C
2l-6in SO BeekinaaS'-., New York.