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Items of Local Interest.
PIANOS FOR
PIANOS FOR SALE!
a raimas, like other men, sometimes offer
Some' cry eood bnrinlis 1 n nmnn
wishing to purchased splendid Piano, will
save from one hundred to one hundred gad
fiftj dear's by c ling, at ' this office. We
aa furnish them at great ly reduced rates
, I' - L , ' : - ; !; ,r t
KsTRAT.Cow.' A ted audi white spot,
tod cow, about live years old, belonging
to Sherrff ShucKey, strayed frort hi ree
i J'c- f j 'hi tnwn, on the eight of the
23 h.' of June, Any persoo returning
the cow or giving information tint will
lend to her recovery will be liberellv re.
h n In ......I... tt 1 ..
Warded.' ' , ;i : .
Raos Wanted. Bring; all your raps to
this offiee, where the highest market price
Will ba paid fo them, 1
'for Strictly Pure White
LfiMlnt 4 iiiiiuiiali Prices,
Go to Siaaou's Drug Store : '
, Subscribe for the Enquirer for tho
ttapiiiii. Only 25 cent. Ask jour
neighbor to subscribe.
Ir you want to buy ' or cell anythinj.no
matter what, tho best way you can accom
plish your object ii to advertise in the fn
quirtr. Now is tho time to advertise; Try
, Druse, Book ami Stationery,
Persons wishing Drugs, Medicines, or liooks,
will do well to call at Strong's Druj tai
Book Store, corner Ilulheit'a Clock, MoArthur,
Ohio, where they will find a large nock of
Fare Mediotnes, Liquors, Oils, Paints, Dye
Stuff. Perfumery, and Fancy Articles. ;
Physicians can buy as low as in any mar
ket, ia Southern Ouio.
"The attention of the public ia called to the
large stock of Cap aud Note Paper, Teus,
Ink, Paper, Knives, Ruler, Jto. ' ' '
, School Books can be bought cheaper at
B'.rong'e than at any Cher establishment in
Vinton county,' ..'..; . t .
Ci.ll and see. Muy 2 Gu
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A W'ooitw Factobt. A person who own?
a large and valuable tract of land, through
which the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad
pauses, went of and adjoining tho Zileski
Estate, ia ( Vinton , couoty, authorises ua to
stale thai a ait's for a Woolen Factory will
fee given free to any party who will build
itpon it. It is an excellent place for a Wool
en Factory; about one mile from the Zileski
Depot o: the M. St C. K. and water, coal,
wood and every thinj elne neoeseary for
Duiiding tud running an establishment of
'this kind, being near at hand. We think
thero is nit a o convenient location in
thin county f.,r a Woolen Krf 'iory. Fur fur
ther particulars eall on or k.idtcss the Edi.
or of this juper.. .
JONES "and Fes ara great friend to
Jli fioh Uondhoidirr who sit in their
iCasy ehi,-n and ftay no tixe- - Let the
laborers and tax-pytr go to the poll
oa vote agum-t tlinm 1
For Ajer'.H M 5iciiif,
Gall at GiMon'a Pruj Store.
Tins Peach crop ui Vinton county ia very
large (his year, 'i'ho bst quality of Peaches
re sell in thu McArthur an I Z ilenki mar
kels at from TO ceta to $1 per bushel
llundrdda of bushels are .being canned and
dried.
P. G. fcRCRAV, Coot and tShoemake r. is
Jk..:.. ...i... : ...
vjuiujj i AcuimnL worK, ana nas a superior
atoek of Jootr and Shoes at (he lowest living
price. -
Paan)fAiJoHM M. GinioN,forrne-ly con
nected witU the Mj.Vrthur Journal Prirting
Office, 'but now of the Cinoinoati Enquirer
Offiv-e, arrived at this Aown, one day lact
week, looting as well as ha used to look, ten
years ago.
"She'itosamit'u:!- Her raven curls,
Have broken hearts in envioua gils," ,'
A" woman's chief attraxition lies In her
beautiful, soft and eilken hair. "Barrett's
Vegetable Hair fteatorAtire" will render the
Coarest 'avid vogt outm hair soft and silken,
Eemoved. J. LlLLiBRfooB,' Fash
ionable Tailor, has removed his Shop
to It. G. Forgrave's Boot aud Shoo
Shop, where he will attend, as usual,
to all the branches of 'the business.
Give h'm a call in his new shop.
"E call the 'attention of ourieaders to the
advertisement of F. II." Chidister, Black
smith, at William Gold's eldstand, near the
Steam; Mill, n this town. He is one of the
besfpf tie best workmen; and we advise
thosa wishing good work done in his line to
gW hlta a call.,
Decalcomania Pictures, for orna
monting China, Gla'sa, Earthen-ware,
and Wooden-ware of whatever kind,
uch as Jewel and other Fancy Boxes
Ivory and Paper Mache . Goods, Jap
anese Tin-ware, - Binding of Books,
Cigar Cases, Fans, Leather Work, &c ,
for sale by C. J. Billinohurst.
Fbeemky of Vinton county !
Are you willing to' become
slaves to a military despotism,
which will compel , you, at tho
point of the bayoaet, to be slaves
to Kirigs, to Lonis,'andto Bond
holder? j , , ,.
Vote . against every man on
the Kadical-negro-suffraff e tick-
etl . , , . , .
Iiti'novE!EST9.--0Cir follow towns-J
m-n and citizen. Thomas B. Davis, is
erhicing , the spirit of the true man
for the improYmeiit(of;our town.
lie has almost completed a vory large
Wine cellar, over which he ia pre
paring to croct a large threo-8tor
t t,..:i.i: k:,T
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i Which "wiH be especially apanged foi
a- "Public Jlall.l'.K This will bo , tin
largest building. of the kind in tliit-
placo,' and the good appearance thai
it will, add to tho town, will be of ma
terial interest. - Mr. Davis is exten
sively engaged in making, pure wines
from the grapo. - . ; , . . .
Fire, On Saturday evening, the
7th instn at about 8 o'clock, the sta
bles belong to the Hamdaa Farnacc
Co. were discovered. to bo on fire.'. .It
being an utter impossibility to avt'
tho building, tho only exertions pul
forth was to save as much as much as
possible of the stock within tho stable
from tho conflagration, and prevent
tho adjoining housos and store-rooms
from taking fire. The latter was a
perfect success, although it! required
great labor. Tho stables wero com
pletely burned, together with fourteen
head of mules, one horso, and others
severely damaged, twenty sets of har
ness eighteen hundred bushels of'
corn, and about twonty .tons of hay.
Loss estimated at $10,00.0. ' It is sup
posed to bo the work of an incendiary.
Bitten 'bv . a Copperhead., Ou
Tueadiy, thplTthJrist while the scholurt.
wnrs playing on tha 'hoiiooI grounds at
.1.. T t .L V. i.i
'no iic(rinur uoioq oouooi, a young
son of WiLLUM Baiud, wag seycre
ly bitteu by a copperhead-snoka. "
New Meat Shop Our friends, Eu
Reynolds and Samuel Trimmer, hsvi
opened a. Meat Shop in E. I). D .WJB's
building, one door weft of Swetland's
Krooery. They 'nieiid to funinh the cit
zen of both town sod county with
good beef aud other fresh meats. Give
i hour a call.
For Fine IVrfuiiMiry,
Go to Sissou's Drug St.re.
For Tiirc Drills and Wed-
il'IK'w, po to SiMon's Oruc Store. -
Tub Democratic F.xecutive Committee of
Vinton County S. O. Case, I). B. Shivel
and.1.0, SwetUnd, Jr., hae appoiuted
1 he following named gentlemen as an
' ' '' APVISOBT COMHITTBB: -
Eag!t3tlitt W. Wil (.iuson, Jacob Itmnnglei
I'riitcH Washington Keeton.Reth T. Weed.'
ElltX. J. tswairn, Patrick McArister, Coon.
'' Smith. : !.
' -Fied. Crndlebaugh, Fred Fr.ck. "
JtichouLiha Sattipton, John Kose,
JA.rrt'joa- Morris AI' aiiKh, Solouoti ih'p'ey.
Clinton John Fraiee, Dr S. A Monahan.
(rin(un Jobo. Booth, Jobeph McLaughlin.
Richland A. A I wood. Dr. 11. C. Aloore,
Harrison Lyle. .
llarrifon A. Arpiubright, 8, C. Steinbrook.
H''A:tit)i7!-Cliiirlea Mulhnllund, Kin W1U
Knux Henry Packhard, George U, Bell.
IT WILL BE THE. 1HJTY OF
TUB SENATE' TO VVELCOM K
OLOUFD SENATORS UPOaN THIV
F LOO II IN A FEW MONTHS. Ex
Tt ACT Fit OH SOMNKll'rSFllCH
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MARRIED.
On the Oth insl., at the rmdenee of the bride's fr
thor. in I'rotte'vil'B, by J. J. Allison, Esq., Mr. C. r.
vAaoM and Miss Julia A. ItiSLcr. ,
Mny no ill winds chock their speed and may tin
sails which are tilled with balmy breeiea, be lulled,
unta tered and unto-n by tl.e little squalls which are
aitend.mt to adventurers upon the matrimonial sea.
sronrosacE
-end
JtlallM BlUISt 11, Jr.,
66 W. FOUttTH 8T CINCINNATI, OHIO
DiALta ia
SHEET HUSIC,
MUSIC COOKS
' ANti AM, KINDS Of !
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
IMPORTER ot French, German and Italian Violin
strings. -
The Trade supplied on the most liberal terms.
General lt'i(rns Agent for
MASON & 'HAMLIN'S'
CABINET ORGANS,
1 ..';',.' f ' th ,' ' , '
" SHONINQER " GKM ORG All AND
MELOuEON", ':! ; ;
AKA TUB CILKBaATEB
. ALSO A LAPGE STOCK Of ' . ;,. .,
PIA1TQS
From the Factoiiea of the most of the Celibsatid
... Maaaiis, which i will sell low for cash.
, Old Pianos taken in exehrnee torn' '
O0-I'udon and Organ for sal and tn rant, by the
, Monin, : quarter or i tar, ,
amonnt paid for vent being applied to cur-
chase, if desired.
t"Agente for Cabinet Organs and Pianos
wanted in every town in Ohio, (ndiaaa and
KenMtcky. - - - -
. Address, .'" . ! ' ' .1 ' ' ". "
JonN cuuRcn.jt,
June27, 1867-t . Cinoinoati, 0. ,:
THE GOLDEN PEN.
' A Better Pen nmGUlottt fen:
WARRANTED to he equal W the jtcld pen for
ease and beautvot writini. flillv .t.m.
and more durable than anv steel nen aver mnufa.
tured. Will not corode. They are endorsed by aome
of the best business men tn the country, men who
know what a good pen is. Traveling spent wanted
to introduce the GOLDEN PEN throughout the
West, nnd also other saleable artio'ea. Two aises
No. I for general use; to 2, extra fine pornta.forla
dies' use. They are put up in neat ahde boxes, -each
box containing 12 pens. Price Si eenta per box.
Heat, post-paid, to any addwas oa roceiptol price.
Money refunded, ifthey do not give aatisfactlos.
AdrcssM. V. B.COWEK, LaFayette, Indians. :
. Jui e liT Utf-tm ,t , ... ".'".,
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Advertisements.
p; ii. cuiiiri2sV
Gold's Old Stand,'nearihe Steam Mill,
1 ? ' ' . ;" MoARTUtJR, ttH'lO, t '
. . -. , f r-
IS prpaiud to do all nianqar vof Xlack-SmHhing,
snob ns
Horit Shoeing,
1 f. 'if irmj Bugjfiu ,.,.-,
,J, :) . Wagjmt .
n T it I &i t
and th mnnf(ictiir and repair of all kind" t Ar"
eulmai lmil(.;-Mj:it and fc'lgt Tnoln.' AI4 work
.ione in asuliHtaallui manner 1 nJ warranted. nlS
kjalo of -Real Estate
B? ORDER Of VINTOS COPMTy P&OJJ.tTE
COURT,
William Murk, Administrator of
the :;-tt of Oliver Fuller,
: ideceaaeU. : .... 1
)Plnt I
Julia A. Lillibride, and John
Ijl!ihridg , -t tier hmtwnd,
Richard Fuller, elinHia
, bliifids. and John HI. lei. Is,
lier husband, who hare ar
r'ved at mil bb, Mwion
Poller, Nangjr J. Moore, Her
net A. Mmii e, who are mi
nors and resdenta of Vinton
(unity, .jn StHle -Ohio,
James M wre, ininur, who re
(.iileain the-tntnof Ntn
cy M. Ellis, and l.iyi Ellia, h':r
hiiahand. i.ho aro (if lull ane.
Alma UlUertaou. kIrlM Cut.
In Vinton fminty
1'robate uourt.
Fetltlno to aU
Iiertann, Julin P. Culbertson,
Iavid II. Oiilhertaoii. and
Charles Oulb-naon. 'who aro
m. nor and renide in the Slate I
01 Indiana. I
TN pumiance of an order and deeree made
a. i.y the l'r l.ate Oo'irt ot Vinton county, O'ihi,
i thelOlh day ol September, A. l. 1807, 1 will ottur
l"rH: le t public aiieiion, ou
SATUEDAY, the 12th day . of October,
atl n'lloekP.M. or aaid day, on the premises, "in
e Town nf M Arthur, in eaid Vinton county, the
following described premises, S t late iu the county
Vinton and state ol Ohio, to-wit: - ;
"Ciiiiinifiicinir one l.nn.lrp.t h,ila .nntV, nl Ilia
south-east comer of lu-Lot Number one Imudied
aud five in the Town ol Mean hur, iu the aforesaid
oiinlyj thence west three ehxini and tn rtv five 1
link to a ainlte; thence anuth eightchainst thence
east three chains and thirty-five links to a stone; I
thence north e.ght chains lo ti e plce of beKinninif.
oiitainiiiitKoaure aud silty eight huudreUtha of
un HiTA MuiI'M nr tnmj "
Appraised ut four hundred and flfty dollars
nuet briiia tuo thirds ol that nimnt,io,.t. tn
1 and
the
dower Ii tcrest ol Happy Fuller, widow of aaid dece-
oein, cimeniy nullum 10 be paid to said widow each
nnd every year h; the purchaser during her natural
Terms ot Sale-One-third rash in hand on the day
or sale; one third 111 six months; and the residue 111
twelve months from tne day ot saledeferred i-av-ni(
ntti to br intorest and to be secured by morV
gage upon the premises.
. . WILLIAM MARK,
Administrator of Estato of Oliver Fuller, deceased.
Sepiember 12, 1867 tda
V A L UA B L E
TAVERN STAND
HDLBEIlf HOUSE,
Corner Main.aiid Market Sta.,
OPPOSITE COURT H0U6K.
'McArthur, Ohio.
I Wilt OrFEB AT PRIVATE SALE this wimble
ir..-v, uuwteft iu McArthur, tho County Heul
V.ulon and the . entie nt the vast coal and iron
regions of Ohio. This la the t
Only Hotel l23Ltlxo
Town,
there la a go id stable; ail the conveniences neees.
rytomuke itwhatit ahould he- an excellent loca
tion? nnd is iIoiiib a floe business.
Any person desiring to make an investment of I
mis Kino win an vnt to oll and exiiminethe prom
ise" as I desire to retu trom the business, and will
iell the proparty at ouo-halfits real value.
11. HUtCERT.
Sevt mhorS. lSRT-tf
IAINT8 FOR FARMERS and othsrs.-The Grafton
. .Mim-ral l'a.nt i o. nra mm uisiiuiaotnring the bet,
.!iepest, and .nost durable anint in ue; two coau
well put on, inixd with pure Linseed Oil, w,h last
lo or 15 years; it is ol a huhrbrown or beautiful choc
olate color, and can be changed to green, lead,
tone, drib, oliveor cream, toauit tasta of consumer
It is yaondjlator Mouse. Bains, Fence 1, CarnoRti
mi iir-mnKer.., j-au ana v ooiieo-wnre, Agrieul
ti.'ral Implements, Canal Biats, Vessols snd Whips
Holtouis, CHiirns, Metal and ohin-e Wools, (it heme
V re ami We proof,) Floor il.lohs, (one manu
tjcturer h iy n u'-ed WX)u bUi. Ihw past year,) aud
s a paint for anyip i-pos js unsurpassed fcr body,
lurahilitj, -lns icny, and ailhe.-ivciie. Price B
per bbl. of 300 lbs., which will anjiply a, larmer fur
years to come. Warranted in all cases as above j
for aetrcuhir which uIvob full particular. .None
genuine unless branded iu a trade mark Grafton
Mineral Faint. Adders-- . . t j
1U.VIEI. BID ELL,
Sept. 8, 'D7-6ni 2,4 Pearl Street Xcw York. . .
Notice.
ALL persons are hereby notili.id not to harbor or
trust, or make -lolls of eredit or contract with
ttachel H. Clark, my wife, or in any way incur any
liabilities against me, with or for tho said Rachel K.
i.'lni k, from and after this date, Tor the reason that
the s lid Kacliel H. Ulark, my wile, has left my bed
and board withcit any ju cause or provocation
whdsoever, nnd that f will not be responsible for
any coutraot, debw, or obligation by her so m ide.
. . . iaAAC k CLAKK.-
Daied August 30,18Jf-v . ... V ' . .
Attachment Notice.
JohnOlt, Plaintiff, ) Befue George Craig, ,T. P. of
against t r ; : tJlintou I owusbip,.Vinton
or., ,nnr.iii, yci j VUUIItY. V10.
0i the 3iuh day of August. A. 1). 1SH7, aaid Ju tice
ieaued'an order otatiachmnt in Ibe. above an
tiou for the sum ol'Eightotu Dollars and Thirty-five
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bepu-mber 6, 18H7-3W . , :
QECRETH FORTHK MIL LION. A most valuable
U ami wonaeriui piioucation.
ueauun. a wqi a (i too pages
.iron h
igy, Fiinttiona, a:.d troubles ol '
A woik ol' 4ftu ni0
niiu uuruiuiwi r4iiMvlua
cum, au original and
Woman, their Phvsolou
sWcuV' neve' Min nmeii'
i ne practice ot or. Hunter has Vongbeen and still
Is, impound d, but at the earliest solicitation ol nu
merous liersons. ke haa hAn inilnooH tn eviAnj t..
niedical use'flilness through tto iiie-lium otuis c Vade
Mecum I ' -. .. . n -
One ropy, securely euvei4nd. will h fnmrAaA
free of poslaae to anv imrt of the United t,it r
00 cents in P. O. stamps, - -address, post oaid. Dr i
Hunt- r, No. S Diviaion streot, New Tork.
August xo, ion i -y v
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NOTICE
TO; BRIDGE; BUILDERS.
THE Commissioners of Vinton county will meet at
the Bridge across Elk Fork of Kaccoon Creek,
u w.fiv wjnvw B 111 UIK IVniUUIV, VlUiUUVUUU-
ty, Ohio, ou '
MONUAV, the lit Dajr of October, A. D
1867, .-..-..-....
at 1 o'clock r. . of said day. and let to the lowest re-
aponsime oiaaer tne oiniJing or the
'.".Frame Work' of a Codered Bridge
on me rjmmm now constructed at said point. "
By Order oftlie Commissioners, u . ,
W. K. t'ELf OA', uiitor V. C.
September 12, 1867-td -1 1
MARRIErJ LIFE.-Information S"d advice of-1-Ul
imnortance to the married of both Hexes, in
sealed envelope, can be obtained free of charge b
addrewing the undersigned. '.. ....".
Bespeouuuy, JAMES n. BUTLER
July is, us;tia
823 Bmaaway, N. T.
j.ttoirxoy ctt Law,
; ; ;'. Mc ARTHUR, OHIO. -IiriLL
attend nromptlT to all lenl hnaineia an.
VT truated to his care, in Vinton and adioinin
flAnwIlA. I1SRA lMlh.n.lH.11..
Julyll,18d7-ly ;.-.-:;.-
. WU.VW H IKV WIKVIIWUIIi
"""Yhole tickets $12; Hal vesG;
PROCLAMATION.
' Snraitr'w Crrici, 1
lNTOnrooim,t'Hi.),Anxun'il.l8CT.i
YfU are herelv potifioj w rr.oat ul the iiiual place
Of hnfJlliaHfMi.;inn4. in thrtiii.Mp.Mf....l in;.
hiihI '0iinty, for the St. rnxtHi'i. and (.,,n lin
eera. In fleeordam-e WUrt lh statute ia such ca
made and p ovided, on the "
SECOND TUESDAY IN OCTOBER
A. D. iseT,
DEINO TI1E 8TH pAV. t PAID MONTI'
between the hours ore o'clock Irt the lorem.oii and
o clotk in the altrnoou of Hld dny, and thn am
there ioecd to vot by ballot for toe folloir.a Vtti
etrs, to -wit: . ;
t .' STATE OFFICERS: ... '. 'i
One Govonior for tho State of OLio:
One Lieutenant Governor tor the Stati
Ohio;,;
One Treiisuror of State for the State
Ohio; .........
One Auditor of State for the State of
Ohio;
One Attornoy-Gcneral for tljo State oi
Ohio; ,
One- Supremo 'Judge for' tho State of
Ohio;
One Comptroller of the Treasury for
: the State of Ohio;
One Member of the Board of Public
: Works for the State of Ohio; .
. DISTRICT officers:
One State Senator for tho 8th Scnato
.. rial District composed of the coun
1 ties of Vinton, Gallia, Lawrence,
; and Meigs; ; 'S ;,
One Judge of the Court of Common
i Pleas for the 2nd Sub-division of
the 7th Judicial District composed
i of tho counties of Vinton, Jackson,1
; Pike, Scioto, and Lawrence j
county officers: I
One Representative for Vinton county;
One Prosecuting Attorney for Vinton
i fnnntv
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vino BUTVCyor lor Vinton COUnty;
(Jn0 Ona (htmmiRdiiini'f trw V intnn
commissioner 101 V lUtOn
Ami you will also proceed to vote for
or against the following Proposed
' Amendment to tho Constitution of
i tho btato of Ohio: . ,
Eetohid by the General Anemlly of the
Stati of Ohio, (three-fifths of the memttre
elected to racb House agreeing thereto.)
That it be and is hereby proposed to the
electo'aof this State 10 vote at the next annual
October election, upon the approval or rejec
tion of the following amendment as a sub
stitute for the first reotlon of the fifth Arti
ele of the Constitution pf this State, to-wit:
Every male citizen of the United States, or
the age of tweuty one years, who shall have
been -. a Tenident of the Stale - one year
next preoeeding the election, and of the
oouniy, township, or w.irj in wbioh
he resided, such time as .may ba pio
vided by law, eacept such persons as have
borne arms in support of any insurrection 01
rebellion against ths government of tha Coi
led States, or have Bed from their plases ot
reeideoceto avoid beingdraited intoihe mil
itary ssrvice thereof, or have des-rted tin
military or naval rervice of sid government
ia lima of war, aud lave not subsequently
been honorably discharged, ,rom the same
shall have the : qualification! of an eleptui
and. be entitled to vote at all elections. .
Those voting for the Amendment shall put
upon tneir nanote tnese words
"CON ail 1' UTlONAb AMENUM ENT-- YES '
Tlioe voting against the Atnenduitnt shal
put upon their ballots these words:
' CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO.'
APPORTIONMENT OF JUROR) '.
-ine trustees 01 ine several jownsnips of said
county are noreiiy notuloii that the tollowinjt numbei
ot Jurora are apportioned to their To.,ushins re
svectioly, aud limt tlioy are required K) select the
hau aiiir.ueruiui inane rnurn inercei to thu Clerk
of the Comt of ConiAiou Picas, together with the
Poll Book:
Elk
17
.5
8
4
10
Swan
Clinton
Vinton
Jacks, qn
Afadian
9
14
b
e
14
-i
Eagla
Wilkesvilla
Knox
lliehland
Ilarriaoa ' "
& j ltrvwn
Given under my band at my office, in McArthur,
this 31st Jay of August, A. D. IdtW.
JOHN J. SHOCKEV,
Sheritt Vinton Couuty, 0.
8eptembor 5, 1807-tde . t
REMLCKY STATE
LOTTERY.
To bs Drawh'at Covinotoh, Kt.,
1 Class E, September 16th,, ,
Class ' : P ' Sentemher ' 30tb, "
' 1867. '
1 priia of JSO.OOO 9 prizes of $300
1 prize of 20 000 9 prizes of 250
1 prize of 8.000 164 piiiei of 200
1 pfizs of 7 000 . 8 piizesof 150
2 prises of 6 000 1 220 prizes of 12s
29 prises of ' 1.000 18 drizea of 100
G3 oriacs of 4W) 261 prizes of 60
I'riies amounting to $'230 650.
1
32,000 Numbers and 788 Pi izes.
' ' f ' - j. )
Quarters $3.
PLAN OF THE T.OTT ERY. The tmrnT-ers
from 1 tn S2,000,enrrepond1ns -with those numbers
wn the tickets, primed on seperate slips of papor, are
encircled with small tin Uibee.-amt placed in ene
above, from 150,000 to $5,ta), sre aim lanv printed
on seperat slips, eniircled, and placed insnotlier
wheel. The wheels are then revolved, and a num
ber is drawn from the wheel of numbers, and at the
same tune a priiA is drawn Trom the nther wheel.
The number and prim drawn ou' are opened and
exhibited to the audieaeei, and registered by the com 1
niissioner, the pine being placed against the num
ber drawn. Tnis operation js Tepeaiad until all the
pnios are drawn out. . ', i ..
.The above Magnificent Stngle-JCamber Lot
tery, wbioh will be drawn in public, in Co
vingtoh, Ky., by Sworn Commissioners, at 1
o'clock P. M., at ths corner of Fourth and
Scott Streots. The Kentucky Stale
Lotteries are ue Gift Enterprises, but respon
sible Money Lotteries, that have been conduct
ed successfully for the past 30 y tars, and are
drawn.'undier the authority qf a rital-rer from
the State, - and bonds to a largo amount are
given for the payment of all prises. The
drawings ara published in tha .New Yoik
Herald and Cincinnati Commercial.
The above so heme will ba drawn the mid
dle and last of eaoh month during 1867 and
1863.
Ciroulare ofLotleries drawing daily sent
free by application to the Managers. -c .
Address all orders for tickets to . ; . .,)'; -
; , M U RRAY, EDDY k CO., -w ; '. ,
Joly 11, 1867.8mj - - Cnington, Ky: :
11. ...... Aa.x. j-w'j -awv -
:4i
Jr. '
it';''"'r:Tf rJff ..
V FIRST PREMIUM Jk
V P Of w Sllvor Medal ,
. BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE A
Br the N. II. Htt Affrif-oiiomi .iSW
i"i' '.'.'.'' BaBSCTt'l ! '
Tesctable Hair Restoratlre
RnlorM Or.y flair to tig Kabinl Color t m.
noM tilt (ninth of the Hr.ir I cl.nt. Ih( Sw
rooutalhelroriilnd oiyrnle actiwi : di- .
tieV'I'.'f l,ilfr and Humor, i prrmib
y iMir lalllntoiil 1 U lprrlor Di'Mlnj. jtw
Ilcontslni no Injirloim ipirrMllnti, " T
.nr mni pnmMKr son reli- a A.
TsX abl; j-i-io th-onehniit IIk V
. T Jl;"', ordi, and
WO
i. B. BARRETT & CO., Prepriators,
UAKCnxSTEB, tt.O.
Cor bv Or, J. b. o'lau.o. Ili-no; irixf,
July i,i""U7-iy . ! McArthur. Ohio.
WIL OUT,
!
' AWARDED TnB
FIRST PREMIUM
AT THK
orld Fair, London,
yRERE all Pewlng Machines ot any note,
VV tioth European and American, were in
cotnpetitiun. -
tSSTh yearly talet of 'Wheeler j
Wil'on are equal to the talet fif all
Other Stwmg ilachinet Combined.
"We ns the Wheeler 4 Wilson, and nro.
pounce it without a rival. bets - vine Amibicas.
There is no mechino so simple and easily
managed, or that can pi rform euch a variety
ol work without buting or preparation.
EVERT MACHINE 13 WARRANTED
FOR THREE YE .4x13. .
IB-STAIl orders will roceivo prompt
attention, if left with
II. I. AMBROSE,
t . , Mu Arthur, Ohio.
J. F.VopDSiDE, Agent,
' ' '" ' VChll.icolhe, Ohio.
May J3, 18i'.7-3ra
W A S II I i' ii
' ' ' ..I'll, :,' M..."
aa
M
at
K
O
a
ft
Strong, Simple and Practical.
TT is a Sijuieziso Machine; warranted no
I to injure doming . geared to eive six
strokes of the plungers for one turn of the
handle, and 150 turns of wbioh will sl
thoroughly the bulk of sis to twelve shirts
according to the of Machine used
A 01RLO BOY CAN OPERATE IT, and
Six Yean' experience prove tha NoNPAarii
In he ilia only Washing Marluna mtde which
ttandt the tetl 'of linn anaJKtL.U-X maap
proito'iable for '.'''- .
' SP'f EO '' POWER "AND ' EFFECTIVENESS,
AGS.VTS WANTED.- Bend for free De
scriptive Circular to" ' .';'' . '
'AKLEY k KEATIN'O, '
'" 184 Water Street, New York City-. 1 ' '
jRiMM7.iqn '. ' " ins
Divorce Notice.
W LOWE'lY, whoe place of resi loa
. vv unknown, is hereby not. fled hat MnvvAnn
ly. A, A nn Hi. Villi nt 1 n'. .'-'
j. u.. .... ..... ....j ., n.-i,, n. u. is&t
flic her petition in tl Org -e of the ,'lertf ot the rViiirt
Ol Common Pleas, within and for th county ofVln.
ton, and Mtate. of Ohio, charging tnesaid William
Ixiweiy wi.h having been willf ii'iy abseru from the
said Mary Ann L"W'-ry for mnre khan three years
prior tmrc'o, and fortbntca'iae yiraying for a divorce
from the said William Lowerv; for the care, ouatndy
and conirol ol three mi-ior children, and for such
other ant further rubefat rha oat.ua of lb cas
and equity may reou'.re; whioh petition will be lor
nt me next
eaid
" MAHY A5N LOWEST,
.
-RrMavot DtiHadway, hor Att'vs.
'"-'
"August 18, I8li7-w - ' .' V,v lf f
- ' . i 5 . '.
F1NKLE& LYON
rr.n f lock sriTcm ryj. i
cming-pMatljin?.
The owiT fachine so perfealed that 'entire
satisfaction is guaranteed or the puroVaee
money refunded. ....... , ., '--
Where we base po Agent sample Machine
win be sold at Tery low prioe.'and a Local
Igent appointed, oa the . most favorable
:arms. -. . ,,.,,..--'.. : . " ., f .;..;.',
N.B. EenJl forciroular. Traveling Agents
wanieu. c-a.ia.ry, ivnerat. T ,
t inkle fc Lyon 8. HI. Co. ;
v , , c6" B.r&(ll7. New York,
June 27, 1867-6a , ,; ;
wit- ikmkmm
M 11 N;IT OR E! I
SSBSt
jAxn . "fcicrr. rsrrrrr ritsw
AltR still in town manufMtuting and Uoatiurta
a I Kiud of . M . ., ; , .
Cabinet Fumituro,
0a MAIN STREET, oppaita I)r. Wolf Offioa,
AICAUTULU,- OHIO. -
The rumMum' md out rf '1 best sshummI
matcri 1, ana by the mutt sxjmwiovAl ucrUnja.
i ; ' ' i,
tUHEAHS tttrj $iU.
HU-EA1S Aj Kindi, .
TAtLKi)i:ery 1'nlterB.' ' '
CIAIR3-'Panrvtnl tmnasj,
8AS!I, CO')i8, CMNDJ, &o..
tlways oa hand or furaishcoi.on abort notlow.
Of all kind. mFuiutlure, Uairs, atteodsJ to
n short aotico, , .
St A TTI2ESSJZ8.
4 superior quality ej Jlattreiscs of all S SM at.
vays kept so ImtiU,
TJxxdLo-tais.3xh,
We arealw.ys in reaolness to A'l'l lvJI
KUN KltALd in Towa ud iUiVii.
owest rates. -. , . '
- . ". 't
V Fai Price for .' Fair Aptlcl
is Our Motto.l
. Puictasers are requested to call ard examine cos
lrge tSook of Furnliura
Wore purehaiilnR e'sewhere, s w teel con (Hint
hat we caufurn.sh Issuer and cheaper articles than
ny other establishment m th!s vicinity.
Vevr EdHlon lt vlRril &rn!arsc1.
:y State in llie Union.
With Legal Forms, ape) Tpl insiqetlaai for
iroceeding, without leiral assistance, in suits
nd business transactions of ayery daserlp.
ion. .,,, .
Together .with ths different State tw
mncerning the Collee'jon ofrfebts, Propertj
Oxeupt from ICieout'oo. Lain Laws, Uusary,
Uoense to 8eH Goods, Qualiflaatlon of Vfl.
era, Limitation of Aotiuns, 4o. -.
Also, tie Geneial Bankrupt La'ar, wttU
'orms snd full instructions to enable Batik
upts and creditors to take lull benefit of tt
Act without. Iegvl asHistinue,
Also, Pension Laws, wi-.h full Inetruclloas .
ind torms to enable , tho Uiaoliargad 8oldlec
r bailor lo prooura Back Pay, Peniuns,
Sounties, and hit War Claims. ' - . 7
Also, Patent Laws, wUJ full Instrustiatu
o invriitors.
Also, Excise Laws, Btamp Duties, Post
ifflcs and Cus-om House. Regulaiions, tha
hole act'on of the Oovernirent in relatloa
o reconstruction aqd Freedmen; Conetlltw
ion of tho United States, will amendmoBta,- '
-ttate 8-als.. with deaeriptiona. Jtc
Over 2CO-Ttrgpr-ew-matfer -'-havV bseti"
idded, to meet the requirements of tha times.
The trtiiity. of rucu a vrork no one trill
now question. ' - The sale of hundreds of '!
housanda of copies of tha former editions
ind the constant demand for it, have settlei
' hai point. The professional man, tha far '
iner, the mechanic, tha manufacturer, tha
soldier, tie ski lor, each requites a cpnvea
ient, comprehensive and reliable work. . -
U wiljsave Ihem mone7, save itm troub.
If, save them time, save thm lititration and
'awyers' fees, and give them inforsaa ion
hat nobed can nffurdtofcswithoat, ' ljmo,
6M pages. ' , .
, Price handsomly bound, J5.
Sent, post-pail, on recei. of .pries.
A good, reliable Agent wanted in every,
town in the Unit 8t ales.'- Also, a rspon
sible nan at all prominent point!, a General 3
gcnt. Also, a tew wide-awake men, If
travel in establishing Agencies. '.'
J R. IIAWLEY tO0H
104 Vine 8treet, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Any person wishing a copy
of tho above Book, will call oa '
J "W. Bowkx, -.
Ageat for V'iatoo Couniy, . ..
TAB AMERICAN WIT Ii always fit
tor any one to read. 25 eeotg a jear.
JU'JtiAUDSUtf li LULLINS,
: 81 Nae.au Street, N.
EVERT JUAB J1JS OWN LA7YER;
and Busino- Porta Book. ; .
I (ii)i-l'l KTt; OUIUH ia all Matter f
tl Law, and Huainess A'ezbliaiions fo .
ASK an4 receive THE AMERICAN ;
f VV IT. 25 cents a vear. ;
! ; aiUUAKDSON & COLLINS.
I 81Na-au Sneif, N. Y. : : "
GEN OtANT ia tha lirsnt ot OrsaK.
, 'T H E A 1 E R I O A N W 1 T is 25oeoU?
year . . . -
!. BlCHAftDSOS'4 COLLINS,' !
; ' - 81 Ne-M.au St., N T, -
. .'lit '
bnlKSNhifc! 1'tie A'inuvdutua tu tUO x
L AMERICAN WIT. " ; ',,;
RlUUAUpSON COLLINS,
' : 81 Nasnau St., N. V.'- :--
11
OME AmuHcmeots io the AMERICAU -
Wit 25 cmsavesr. . . - t.
RICUARDSdN & COLLINS.
81 NiasauS'., N N. ,
F
REEL) MAN'S Bureau io the AMER .-
1CAN WIT. 25 o-a. a voar
! . RICHARDSON & COLLINS,'
Wt: ..; .-. 81 Nissan S N, V.
RISHCA LI VES Mi the 'AMJUlUAtf
WIT. ,J5 et. yer.
RICHARDSON & COLLIN,
.! - :: .:;..H- v8l Nassau St ,, N 1
$12 Gold and Silver Watcaea $X2
100 Gold Hunt's rase Lever Vrtdhva J10n to I1TJ etch .
ziaiuoiotiuntcoasei.enenerau)tiea 75 to I'.u "
SOOGold I'lated Silver Cases . aoto 100 '
6u0 Solid silver Case Lover Watchas S5to 7d ",,
BOO solid silver Case Lepene Wniohes SMo ?S .,')'
600G'l.lComposiie Uunt'gi;aowatches20to 60" )
all the above -splondid. 'watches vill bo sold for .
tig ea h. We have adopted the follow'tg pln:-.
CortificHlos describinttancli watch nnd its value, are
prepared and placed In scaled Ynw lopes, and tha -liolder
will be entitled to the Watoh it calli for, np-A
on payment of the 812. Thiaianota lo try, hut a
bona nde sale. Frouure a oetuficate, and aa there
are no blanks, everyone must set a watch at half the',-,
usual price at least, and many will got;a sptendid. t
Gold Watoh tor the triflme sum ofJU. CertiScatWa-1.
tent by mail to any a Idress for So cents each a'tr '
will ba sent for ii; fiitoen for 5; thirty-flveforllO. "
Agents wanted; send for circular. Addn-sa, ,' '
j GILLESPIE, MAXSQN (l C ' ; ',:.
2J.6m : " 36 Ceokinaa St., Kw TarL"
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