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Decalcomania Pictures, for ornu
monting China; Glass, Earthen-"ware.
and Wooden-waro of wliatovor kind,
such a Jewel and other Fancy BoxeB,
Ivory and Paper Maeha Goods, Jap
anneso Tin-ware, Binding of 13ooks,
Cigar Cases, Fan9, Leather Work, &c,
for sale by C. J. Billinqhurst.
Kaov Wastkd. Uring! all your rags to
this nfliee, where the highest market price
will be paid for them.
Sheep fob, Sale. A. & E. D. "Wolf
of Me Arthur, havo a lot of very fine
Spanish Ewes and Backs for sale.
Tlioso wishing to purchase tlio best
Sheep should go and 6eo them. Now
is the time to purchase.
PIANOS FOR SALE.
Pbivteri, 'ike other men, sometimes offer
tome very gopl bargains. Any person
wilhing to purchase splendid l'iano, will
lave from one hundred to one hundred and
fifty dollars by ca ling at this offioe. We
eau furnisii them at. greatly reduced rates.
Godkt for Ootober ia reoeived. How
beautiful the Fashion Plutea.
The terms are as follows;
One copy, one year,
two copies', one yeitr,
Th red copies, one year.
Four oouie3. one year.
$ 3 00
5 r.O
7 50
10 00
Five copies, one year, and an
exit a copy to geaer up of '
olub, 1 00
Eight, copies, one year, and an
extra copy to getter up of
club, 21 00
We will send the Democratic Enquirer mi
Qodry for one year for S3 75
Club subscribers will be seut to any Put
Offioa where the 8ubcribr may reside
Oodet's Lady's Book and Arthur'! dome
Magniine will be aenl, euoh oue vear, ou re
oeipt. "f H 50.
Address I. A Godry, Corner SiitU and
Cbeatuut Streots, I'lt linlaliihia, I'a.
I'or ninhlcrS Herb Bitters
-J3o Sinauu's Ding Stole.
For i me EJrius tin A 31 ed-
icut'Sjgu to Simon's Drujtiiure.
ttjrCul. Hnwley and. Cpt. II. C.
jouen will speak at Allenat'tlle Tucedey,
fiepf. 17th. Vinton Record.
They done no ttuoh thing. Whet
good does the Record eapeat to io by
Biaktng false etatomentf ?
BRASS! BRASSY!!
Carr. Wx..Mabk proposes te discuss the
political Issues of the day with ewy I'emocrat
f Vinton county. OHEA.T god! I We haft
no men ia Vinton county of aulicient oiactal
calibre tocorapete with hita I Like "Davy's
sun," we will bate to come down I
Ai visTistso Agkmuch. It is ow some
thing like thirty j ears einne the establish
BJfiit ot the list Advertising Afency in this
county. A' thit time there weie sceteely
Eight hundred periodirele of all descrip
tions printed in the United States, while now
the number will exceed four thousaad. Ad
venders have tocrensed and Agenjiee been
established in every imeirtenf city, and
Lava proved a gnat e"S. stance to tao news.
paper press.
It isetimted that at .' th prroent time
there are several hundred men who nuke this
their business, kut of these no more then 30
are kuoan tn any consule-ahl exieni, and
by far the most important are two or three
well kniwn llrmi in New Tork City, amocg
which the house of Gen.' P. Rowell ft Co..
No. 40 1'ark'lt'iw. occupies in mm rsspcot
the most prominent position, Although not
among the oldest, this one, by the enerey and
business elility which hits obaracteriaed it.
h9 become the authorised agent of nearly
every newspaper printed in the English
Wnguiigs in North America, and tka amount
of .their transactions exceeds the combined
iusinesi f many of the older but less en
terprising establishment!!,
At lhiir office may be found oa file news
papers from every section, fror Main to
California, and from their books ean be leara
d the rate! for subscriptioa and adverti
sing. 'The distance of advertisers from the news
' papers, as a general thing, renders it diffi
cult for the latter to be oorreolly ia formed
of the financial reliability of theii eustotuers,
and therefore they usually prefer to receive
their favors through some reliable advertising
tfnai.v, ahio'i, iii consideration of the com
mission allowed, is units all risk of pay
rneut. and does away with the trouble and
.expense of collecting individual acooun's.
The hr.use named in this article is author
iied to contract for our psjmr at our lowest
rates, and we assure customers at a distance
(hit we prrfer to receive order! through
them, rather than to r on tract d'n-ect with
partira who are unknown to ua, no matter
bow good or responsible they may bo.
Drue., slunk and stationery,
Persona wishing Drugs, Medicines, or Books,
will do well to call at. Sirong'i Drug an
Book Store, eorner Mulbert's Block, Mo Arthur,
Ohio, where they will find a large stock of
Pure Medicines, Liquors, Oils, Taints, Dye
.Bluffs, Perfumery, and Fancy Articles.
Fhysiuiana can buy as low as in any mar
ket, in Southern Ohio.
Tht attention of the publio is called to the
large stock of Cap aud Note Paper, Pens,
Ink, Paper, Knives, Kulers, &c, &o.
School Cooks can be bought cheaper at
Strong's than at any other establishment in
Vinton county. , , .
Call and see. - May 2-Gm
Fine JEWELKY.Just re
ceived at tho Picture Gallery, a
well selected assortment of Fine
Jewelry.
lor iitridly lre WhiHe
l,a!at i hiciunati Friers,1
tin to Simon's Dm Store
The Constitutional Amendment
The State of Ohio. II
Office of the Seerelaru of State. I
I. Wim am iIkvht Smith. 8eretary of
Fine of the filMe of Ohio, do hereby certify
that the following is a true copy of an
act therein named, passed by the Oeneal
Assembly of the Sine of Ohio, on the 15th
day of April, A. D 18G7, tnken from the or
Igiual rolls ou file in this offioe.'
1m Testimony Whereof. 1
hereunto tuhHenbed mv
O'luie and affiixed the
Steal,. J
SskU. 8eul of ihisiiflue, at Co
In in lw, the 12 h d iv ot
September A'" .B07.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH
Secretary of State.
AN ACT
to a certain proposed amendment
to the constitution, aud the publication of
thi no',
Wueueas, Tho general assembly of
tho stato of Ohio, threo-httlm ot the
members elected to each house agree
ing thereto, havo proposed an amend
ment to tho constitution, to be sub
mitted to tho electors for their ap
proval or rejection, at tho election for
senators and representatives, on the
second Tuesday of October, 18G7 ;
therefore, ...
Section 1.' Be U enacted by the
General Assembly of the State of Ohio,
That the electors of tho state shall
vote upon said proposed amondment
at tho general election in October,
1S67, as herein prescribed, viz: Those
voting for the amendment shall put
upon their ballots these words: Con
stitutional amendment, yes." Those
voting against it shall put upon their
ballots thoso words: "constitutional
amendment, no."
Sec. 2. A return additional to the
return now required by law to be
made, of the votes cast at such election
for stato officers and senators and
representatives, and also for and
against tho said proposed amondment
to tho constitution, shall be certified
and made by tho clerk of each county
to the secretary of state, within ten
aays alter said election, and within
twenty days after said election the
governor, secretary of state and at
torney general shall open said returns
ana count the votes, and ascertain
whether or not a majority of the votes
cast at said election have been cast for
said proposed amendment; and if it
appears that a majority of the votes
cast at such election have been east
for said proposed amendment, the gov
ernor shall make proclamation thereof
wuuout delay.
Sec. 3. The secretary of state shall
cause the proposed amendment to the
constitution, passed at the present
session of the peneral assembly to be
published in not less than one news
paper in each county of tho state
where a newspaper is published, until
the second Tuesday of October, 18G7,
and he shall also cause this act to be
published in the same manner for two
weeks next preceding said election.
Sec. 4. The cost of publishing this
act and the said proposed amendment
to tne constitution in each county,
shall be paid out of the county treas
ury in the county wherein published.
bECB. This act shall take effect
P. HITCHCOCK,
Speaker pro tem. of the House of Sep
reiitatives.
ANDREW G. McBURNEY,
President of the Senate
Passed April 15, 1867.
ItfJU-W BA.KETIY!
BREAD EELLiaO AT KEDOCED PBICE3II
E.;PATTINSON,
WOI'I D respect'n'ly mfoim the eitiscea o jfeAr
thur and vie r.iry that lie has opned a
NEW BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY,
in the frc Bl part of nODOR'.' BIl.l.JARDSALOON.In
MoARIHUR, OHIO.
where he will keep on hand at 'all tunes i& at Very
low prices,
fftESH BREXD,
CUACKERS,
CAE3, "
'XA1T"I.
PI IS,
' CAirDTE!),
FfcUlTS,
NOT8,4o.
He is rally prepared to do all kinds ol
BAKINQ ON SHORT NOTICE.
The will aNn do Baking to ordor on the most re
sonabl i terms for
Weddings, Soeial Parties, to., 4c
Hoit:a naof .Mi-Ai ihurainl vicniiij am resrict
fu'lv invili d to give liini a vail as he will sell cheap.
uep-. 2, 18H7 tr H. PaT I IN ON.
AWAY WITH
Oi r.oiAOi'K .
OLD KYI MAPS NKW
tati lit without doctor or
m dicinet. Sent post
)aid on receipt of 10
eents. AiMreus
Dr. E. B. FOOTE,
110 Lexington Avenue,
Corner East 28th Street,
New Tork.
AWAY WITH
U.VCoXroKI AUkC
TRUSSES.
Comfort and cure for the
Ruptured. . . , ,
tent post paid on receipt
Of 10 oeuia Aildress
lr. E. B. FOOTE,
110 Lexington Avenue,
burner Easc28tlt 8t New
Yoik.
CONFIDENTIAL
INFORMATION
Foe tub- MarbiedI
Bent Free in sealed en
velope, on receipt . of 10
cents. Aldress
, Dr a. a. FOOTE,
' (anthor of MeJioal Com
mon Sense Book, 400
viages. $1,60, sent by mail.)
- N6. 110 Lexiniton Avenue
Cor. of Esst SSthSt, N,I,
Largest Book Agency iu tho West.
A NEW AND POPULAR WCP.K.
AOENT3 W ANT 15 D
' M'Kenzie's 10,000, Beceipts,
IM 411. THS ; j
USEFUL AND DOMESTIC ARTS.
rpilKoVUK aent I nnw otter to the public an en
I tirnew edition ot UuKmi' fiAt fAB'iA
Htctirt Puna, contacting the ili.coverie of ovarii
. i'h Hiprtintvne Tilutee Rt"
u,r.n.i in uil n.-i nrirf nlone cost t4,utni. Tke
Hrticlee on AnncHlture, uortieulturH and Moral i'
th to the frunnar Mil
(ianleiiemeTeml t linen itn coot. The reuipw lor
enokini, ireierTin, pic klinn, confwtionerv mt
onrTinif, Khiiul l bcin Hie p(ieeMiion nl every home
wife. This department nlmie i more cnnipleteand
v:ilnMe thHD Hny otht-r worli ever published onthi
KiiV.ject The dieaaea-nf the liorne, eattlo, hmi,
end other animals, ore treated "fat (treat lenirtli im.
complete directions given tor treatment. 1 he de
partment of Mer.icum, Brewing and Metiliaruii,
Herliunery, Bleiuh ntf, Tanninit, Pa ntln. VarnWi-
..om.i.I ,. . ma all fl at COIlId ti il-lp'l'
M'ire than seventy diatinet mhjecta are e ireful yea-
umino.l ail Inulu.l nf It t Undlier titnblV tile
beKt nook rf the kind ever piihlialied, either in jtiie
oiiuntrv or Eurcne. . Price, nanusoiiicij uvuuu
floth, $l,Uiij sheep, 84,60.
Sold only by Subieriptio.
Men and wnmen. of -character and nhility, waned
aa canvassere, to whom fr. h table Emp oymeni rill
be guaranteed. Kor circulars--and full particuan
je. at once to ag-Mit.
Kor.-ainplcaol iheOOLfEN PVN . endoe
to Kiainpaand thev will bt Kent with circtilnrsJ .
Addresa M. V. B. COVYEN, LaFayette. Iudiaua
J. W. BO WEN, Agist.'
THE GOLDEN PER
A Setter Pen Than GilloU't Pen.
WARRANTKU to heeoual to the gtld pen lr
ease and lieauty ol writing, fully flexihi
and morediirable than any ateel pen eer miiiim-
lured Will notcnrrxle
Thev are endorsed t mme
01 the bt hiiHineg men in the cnunlrv. men who
know what a good pen la. Traveling eyenU wanted
to introduce the (JULriEN PKN throughout the,
West and alan other aaleahle artie'ea Two Mia.
No. I for general uxe; No 2, extra fine points, Inr la
oibw ue. I licv lire imu nil in nrai Miur uua", rvirn
box containinif 12 penw. Price 25 '.emits per box.
eiit, post-paid, to any address on receipt ol pnoe
Money refunded, ilthey do not B'V satisUitinn.
AdreasM. V. B C'UWEN, LaFajrette, Indiana,
Jui e 27 187-i)m
Salo of
Real Estate
BT ORDER Of
VINTON COUNTY PROBATE
COURT.
William Mark, Administrator of
the ::-tste of uliver Fuller,
deceased.
agnlnst
Julia A. Lillibridfte, and John
l.illibriilg. , her hnsbund,
Richard Fuller, Zilindia
Hhtelda. anil John HIilvMa.
her husband, who have ar- I In Vinton County
r,ved at lull ige, Marion I fro bate uourt.
Fuller, Nancy J. Moore, Har
riet A. .Moore, who are mi
nors and resdenta of Vinton
eonnty, in the State Ohio,
Jamna M'lore. minor, who re-
Petition to
Lauds.
sell
Aides in the-tiiieiif iiiwti, Nan
cy M. Kllia, and Levi IOIiis, her
husband, a ho aru of lull ae.
A linn Culiertson, Melissa t;ul
tiertson, John P. Culbertsnn,
liavid U. (JulbertMon, aivl
Charles Culh rison, who are
minors and reside in the Slate
it Indiana. J
TN uiirsuanee of an order and deeree made
X t.v the Pr-.Uto ijoitrtof Vinton county, Ohio,
on theluth dav ot Hentemher, A. O. 1107, I Will oiler
f"rsie t public aiii'iion, on
SATURDAY, the 12th day of October,
A. D. 18G7,
at 1 o'nloek P. M. of paid day, on the premises, in
II e lwn or M-Arthur, la aaid Vinton .county, tne
fi. Ilow ng described premises, ct iate iu the county
ol Vinton and statu ol Oh , tn-wit:
"Ciiinnirncina one hundred links south ot the
south-east corner of In Lot Number one hundred
nd Ave in the Ton or Mcsrihnr, in the afore'sid
oiiQtyi theme esi three ehnin and thirty five
links to a stake; theme south eigiitchains; them
east three chains and tliiity-nve links ro a sionet
thrnce north e:ht chains to the Mace of bi iiinnini.
i-ontainini! two ncies and sixty eiiiht hundredths of
an ai re more or less."
Appraised at four hundred and fifty dollars ami
must brum two thirds of Mat anm snbjert to the
dower li trrfst ot Happy Puller, widow of aaid deee
'iein, iif twenty doliare to be paid to said widnw each
ana every year ny trie purchaser during ner natural
III.
Terms ol Sale One-third cash in hand on the day
of ate: one third in etc inc.uths: and th residue in
twelve months (nun the day of sale-dcfferred i-ay-
m-nts to bear inter-! and to be secured by mort
gafr upon tlie premisv.o.
ILLIAM MARK,
Admiuietnatorof Estate of Oliver Fuller, deceased.
tJapieniher -12, 1867 Ids
VALUABLE .
TvVYEIlN STAND
FOIl WAXaTHI
HULBERT HOUSE,
Corner Main tnd Market Sts.,
orrosiTi court aousi,
Mc Arthur, Ohio,
IWIlt OFFER AT PRIVATE SALE thi" itible
nmperiv, situated in McArthur, tho County Feat
ot Vinton imd the centie nl the vast coal and iron
regions nf Ohio. This is the . . . ...
Only Hotel lzx tlio
Town,
there ia a goid "tatile; ad the conveniences nee
ryto m ike it whittit should he' an excellent loca
tion: and is dome a flue business.
Any pernnn desirimr to make en investment of
tht- kind will di well to call and enmiae the prem
ises aa I desire Jo retire trom the business, and will
tell the property at oue-half its real v due.
li. HULBERT.
6tpt?mber A, 16i'.7-tf
Jlli IllJIK n, Jr.,
C6 W. FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, OHIO
DCALta IN ,
SHEET MUSIC,
MUSIC BOOKS
AMD Alt, KINDS Of
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
wnon prD i r,.h narman snrf Ttsllsn Violin
I . .
1 strings.
The Trade supplied on the most liberal terms.
General Wtitern Agent for
MASON & HAMLIN'S
CABINET ORGANS,
" SH0NIN0ER " GEM ORGAN AND
MELOUEON, - -
1NB TH CKLRBRATRB '' -'
ALSO A LARGE STOCK O? .
PI A IN" O S
From the Faeloiles nf the most of the CniATin
Masi ib, which I will sell low for cast)
Old Pianos taken in exchrnge lornew.
ejartianoe and Orftans for sale and to rent, by the
, . . ilonIA, quarter . or I ear,
amount paid for rent being applied to pur
chase, if desired.
. gifAgente for Cabinet Organs and Pianos
wanted in etery town ia Ohio, Indiana a-nu
K.entitcKy.
Address,
JOHN CnURCH.Ji,
Jun2T,l8T4 Cincinnati, O.
, Tr.
One Kcpresentative for Vinton county
'
,mM W m mm m.
. Hiirairr's Omci, 1
, ' Vmo.rotJ!rrT,iini... AuUBfJl, 1867. i
T tht Qulifirt Voirrt of Finon County:
Yn are hereby notified to meet ut the Uuh.I plec
of holding efeu'Soiia. m Jhe several township-.
.id enmity, for ihe S'-ate, luatrict, and Count) Off
oers, in accordance wih the statute in such ca
ni'idc and ii ovided oi ttn
SECOND TUESDAY IX OCTOBEI
A. D. 1867, ...
PEINO THE 8TU HAY UK SAII MONTIi
hetween the horns of fl o'clock In the forenoon and
o'clock in ihe alt-rnoon of said dayv and then bi.
there proceed to rote by ballot for the following utti
eera, to-witi
STATE OFFICERS: .
One Governor for tho State of Ohio:
One Lieutenant Governor ior the State'
Ohio;
One Treasurer of State for tho Stati
Ohio;'
One Auditor of Stato for the Stato o:
Ohio;
One Attorney-General for the State ol
Uluo;
One Supreme Judgo for the State ol
Ohio;
One Comptroller of the Treasury foi
. tho Stato of Ohio;
One Member of tho Board of Public
Works for the State of Ohio;
1 ' DISTRICT officers:
One State Senator for the 8th Senato
: rial District composed of the coun
ties of Vinton, - Gallia, Lawrence.
and Meigs;
One Judgo of the Court of Common
.' Pleas for the 2nd Sub-division of
the 7th Judicial District composed
of the counties of Vinton, Jackson,
-ni r , i -r
riKe, iscioto, ana Jjawreace.
county officers:
;(lnp Prosecutincy A ttornpv fnr Vintnn
fOSCCUUllg Attorney IOr V imon
county;
pne Surveyor, for Vinton county;
KJne One Commissioner for Vinton
county;
And you will also proceed to vote for
or against the following .Proposed
Amendment to the Constitution of
the State of Ohio:
Heeolvid by the General Ateembly of the
Uate of Ohio, (three-fifths of the members
sleeted to each House egreeiaz thereto,)
Vlmt it be and is hereby proposed to the
ilectcs of this State to vote at the neit annual
Iclober election, upon Ihe approval or rejec
tion of the following amendment as a ub
ititute for the first section of the fifth Arti
cle of the Constitution of this Sute, lo-wi
Jvery male
eitiien of the United Stales, of!
he age of twenty one years, who shall bate
teen a resilient of the Slate oue year
text preoeedinfc the election, and of the
county, township, or Win) in which
le resides, such time as may be pto
fided by law, except such persons as have
lorne arms in Support of any insurrection or
Nibellinn against the (rovernineut of ihe Cui
led States, or have fled from their place' 'of
rtsidenceto avoid being draited into the mil
itarr eervioe thereol, i r have dee rted the
military or naval rervlce of said government
ia time of war, and have not subsequently
teen honorably discharged from the lama
shll have the qualifications of an elector
and be eatitle l to vote at all elections.
Tho totinf for the Amendment shall f ut
upoa iheir ballets these words; "
Ct ti 8TITU T I' A L A W EN I) VI KNT-- YES "
Those eoUi'g afainst ihe Amen iimut shall
put upon their ballots these words:
(JUNaTll D IIOS A I, A M EN DM BXT-sfO."
APPotTione.tr or josoas;
The Truntees of the sarerel lownships of said
ersinty are hereby that the tollowuu number
ot Jurors ae aj puttiiined to their To nshina re
speutivlv, and thai they are required to select the
said Rim. tier and in. ike return thereof to tin Clerk
ol the Couit of Cumaiou Pleas, tiii''"'er with the
Pall book:
KU 17 I Swan
E.ele 5 Clinton - 14
vieivillw 8 Vio-on
Knot 4 Jt'tson 9
Hicwland 10 Mwdisoa 14
Harrison 6 brown 7
Given under mv hand at mv oltlce. in MoArthur.
this aistdar of August, A. l. leaf.
J. H'i(jAfcl,
Klienl Vinton County, 0.
September 5, ll(i7-tde -
KENTUCKY STATE
LOTTERY.
To DlAWft AT COTINOTOK, KT.,
Class B, September lth,
CUbs P, September . 30th,
18U7."
prise
prise
priie
p i
pr ses
pr ses
tiriei a.
Of $50 000.
f 20 000
r 8.000
of 7 000
ef 6 000
of 1.000
of 400
9 prists of $300
.' 9 prizes of 2501
164 prises of
8 pi ilea of
220 prises of
18 drise of
261 prises of
200
150
125
100
50
l'nies amounting to $230 6o0.
32,000 Itumbeiaand 788 Piizes.
Whole ticketsV 12; Halves $6;
Quarters $3.
PLAN OFTniSUlTTERY.-Thennmhers
frnm 1 tn HQ OOO mirrAMnnndin with IhnM mimhkM
on the tickets, nrinted on seperate si ns of Nur, are
encin-led with small tin tubes, and plaoed in enei
heel Th-prises, of srhi-h there T8.1, varying aa
atwve. from 60,uo0 o $5(i,uo. tre aim larty printed
on sepente slips, eotinded, and pluced iu.mot'ier
wheel.- The wheels are then revolved, and a number
is drawn from the wheel nf number-, and at
same time a prise is drawn from the other wheel.
1 Tha number and pnta drawn oir are opened and
1 exhibited to the audie.ice,nd registered by thoom
missioners. the in fio beins td.toed air.tin.tt the mini
I hp flrn.vn. TOis tiiteration ia rnnfitad until uil iha
prises are drawn out. .....
The above Magnificent Single-Number Lot
tery, which will be drawn iu publio, in Co
vingtoo, Kr., by Sworn Commissioners, al
t'olook P. M., at the corner of Fourth and
Scett Streots. The Kentucky , State
lotteries are no Gift Enterpriies. but respon
sible Money Lotieries,tliat have been cunduci-
ad suocessl'ully for the past 30 years, and are
irawn under the authority ofa charter from
the State, and bonds to a large amount are
liven for the payment of all prices. The
drawings are published in 'the New Yotk
11 ,1 - 1 . : .- . r : . 1
neraij auti viiiciuukm uuiiurruim.
The above soheme will be drawn the mid-
tie and last of each month during 1867 and
1868. " , " -
' Ciroulara ofLotteries drawing daily seni
ree by applioation to the Managers.
Address all orders -lor ticsets to , .
MliKUAV, LDOY k CO.,
Jily 11, 1867.3m . Cotu'nyfoa, Ky.
" dTb. shitel. "7
MoARTUOa, OUIO. ,
WILL attend promptly to all larl business en
trusted to his care, in Vinton and adjoioinj
Oionties. Offlcom U ColUlUdUsa- .
Julyll,M-iI , :.'J.; .
-
IX N -ral laim i u.:,reii , - ,.i,u.aut.iriliRlhel-si,
. '
fp-ei mu .iio-.i a irniile sunt u uej twii cua a
I pit oi, ii ixed w.ti.pnr Lineetnl uil, w h last,
!" or 1- yeait lisot n l;y,i br.wn or tjeiiuitful ehoo
laieconir. and n.in be ch.mu'd to (frewf, lead,
raie, drill, ol eorcreairt, loan t in-m of. on.uuier '
i,' is vu.uabie tur l. ues. Ba-ns, Fenc e , Utrnsfte
id Cir-iiialiiyi, l-sil sml Woo.le i-ware, Aaueul-'
r.l ImplementH, Canal lliats, Vee-els en'l .-hipa
bottom.-. Canvas. Meiid and -Iiin;le Kinds, (d burg
!-'ienn" W,.e p im.) Flu. r II . lo li, (oi, m.mu
timrhnyin, u-ed IMi bbl. Ihf paet year,) and
s a pa.nt for any p rie i unsurpassed Itr bodv,
uraMlity, elan ii-uy. urd adhe-iveiirss. Vn e if,
a rbi.l ol3w,i,s., which will ennnlv a larmer dr
rare to cnm. Wsrinnieii in all cs.-es as above
end S r a irculsrwliichvivesiul partioulars. Nnne
.' n'line- uiiIhs branded iu a ihuim nu.cf i:rafimi
i a . rai rami. A.ia
I AVIBI. BriiA'ELU
ibi i'eurl Street New York.
ffept. 0, '1,7 6m
. 'ErBETS FOR TIIR SIILI IOS -A most vsln ,h e
an I wonderltil piinli-ntinn A u k r.f 40 1 w.a
md :tO i-olnreil i iijirsvinKi. I.r. Ilin lei's mir M.
'tin, an nr flits! i n I n'nr tn-aiise mi M n end
V man, the.r I'hjs. loj;,. Ki.ni'li.iis a. d tinilMe" ot
yi'ry li ml, w.th nevrr luiutg remedies for their
p edy cure. '
Ti e prtw-tii-e or Dr Hurler -s 'ong been and at I
a, uiilKinnd d.buf at u.eesrlii st aolieitnion nt mi.
in-mus persms. 1 has em n'ur-ed to extend h a
me 'ical nstfrlt.ess t'nouh tlio mediiunoli U "Vad
M cuiii."
One.-opy, seenroly eiiTitred, will be f awarded
ree of postage lo a"V vart of ti e I'mt.-d ftates for
lOwntsin I', ii. stsmns. d tie . o-t tiswl. li
HuiiP r, No. 3 1'ivision Mr et, Kew York.
iric'i-T i.i si 7 v
Tojo tabid
HA lit KC&TCRATIVE
fV'n ditldrd Lv tlio S.ll. Bt.t w
I uu U ituw rutibuik tl lbs llIiIu ti.
i in iktj utrni i rci'mautiD wr I.eaioilDy
i vt bj ur iHiit-u nitir in ii onriuM color?
I DfUUlUilllll It lrmlb. i rni rai r,a tin. I
V nmn nd DumuruP. atul fur I rtfinir :
V 5 Uceniiiijiitff l in Hair. lll.t( Co CP
win injiuiiut lrnr'. "Jf uul 'Os -tT
.mil tbo tiut-ir liibric, u4
7 lfflWM.
r, r r,i iitir . uf. -as'
R. BARRETT k CO., Proprietors,
ILIXQBESTKB, V. B. .
For an'e hv Or, J. h. &iau.0. Itiuiirlat,
July t, l'n7-ly MeArtnnr, Ohio.
Sheriff's Sale.
IS I'ARTITIdN.
Sfd of Ohio. V'tiion Connty.
Lee M i'fln, Pla'nlift, ) In Conrt of Oommon
) In Conrt
) Ple-ta.
Mle.
earn nst
Ordr of
irrln H. liowllet,
al . nefta
the above
L cause to me directed tr in theci ui t ofe mm in
li-ss in and for ihe o uiitv nf Vintoi.and Siint'of
Ohio, an l bearing datei rnteinH'r ut h, A T). Uii7.
I will otlerlor sale at laihhc am li'i. at the ,.o ,r ..f
tlienouit House, in the Tuwu of i.o.irihur, n said
cnutitv. on
TUESDAY, the 29th day of Octo-
Der, A. V. lbU7,
at the hour of 1 ,iVln..k it n mmiiI ils. thftss nn.
div.d.d eq'ial half of tt.s follow uj lauds and teu-
incut", to-wit:
"ituate n the otmty of V nton and Ftnteof Ohio,
beings part nf the Smith e;ist, Quarter of lection
Ninstesn fit.) 'I'l.unli t, 'I'uir ln.l k, ia .fai..,.,ua..
ol .-aid y isrler !-ei'tioi,j thi'lu o wet wnh tht said
line lii.'.U cha us to the eas, hoiuidry ot he l)eHt
Urounda nl the Marietta A Cincinnati Ka lioad Umn
paiij; thence nrlli-eusterl w tn t e lim-of said lie
putiiruuiids H.iii hnin-i thene East J. 78c ams to
a stnne; then- e North t li i hains 1.1 a s nil ; iheti e
Ea-t lU.Mchatns in a Mr ne; tint e Bouth 7.3 chaim
to the place i f tHsuimtin contniuig leu ucits nn-re
or n sa .
The same to be sold subject to the do.ver estaie
uf Kuby T. Murfln mid !M .rmirei . lii uln.
Appraised ut live hiiudieu dullnia and must bring
two-thirds otthat siiih.
Toiuie oioale cash in hand at the time of sale.
JUtt.N J Ml- t'Kr. V,
t-her.fl Viutou County, O.
H. 8. Bendy, A't'y for Prtf.
heptemberiti, 18 7 ..w-13
niLs-iV GJLXSJXO.XTIl,
Gold's Old Stand, near the Steam Mill,
McAKTHUK, OHIO,
19 prepared to do all manner of Lluok-Snvthina;,
such tie
ilune ihteinj, .'
Ironing cf Buffiet,
-, , WajfDM,
$e . f.. 4-0
eadehs mantificttlr andrera r of al kind it Agri
cultural limile ei.ts ami ki4 'looli. Alt wo k
doue in iihtirniil manner an I warr inte I. sl9
U A MI I U
2
v.
e
&
2
H
Strong, biiiiple anu nactlcftl.
IT is a .uQt'KKZi.o Maciiink; wa: rained no
loitijme clot in geared la give six
strokes of the plungers for one turn of ihe
handle, and 150 tilths of which will wash
thoroughly the Im k of six to twelve shins,
?1h5nV?,L"""5i"TTIl
A GIKL (II! BOY CAN OPERATE IT. and
Six Year' experience proves tlie NnKfAimt.
lobe ihe inly Washing Maeliine mtde which
eland' the tcet of lime and Cte It is unap
prniiohnble for '
SPfEO POWFR AN3 EFffCTIVENESS,
A GHATS WANTLD.- ud lot irte De.
sorlptive Circulars to
I'AKLEV A KEATING,
,i ,.,.. v,r,. vef, XnrV CUw
o'i f1 or City,
June S. 1 But Hm.
4 w&'.--';
-
m
Divorce Notice.
1
WI.LIV.M I.DiVE tY, wiio-e idaee of re. .' ,ou ia
unUnnwn. Is h'rebtf not fled th.it Mary nn
I.nwrej, dul.-on the liih day of August, A. 0.111117,
tile her petition in th"Otfi e o the. lerk of t'ie Court
Oi Common I'lens, within and hit' tlucounty nf V i n
and Mate nf O'uo, chart ni tne -ai I Wiliiam
Lcwery wl Ii having been willfully ainem irom the
said Mary Ann Lnwory for more than.three years
prior tiuretn, nnd lor that cause pray. ng tor a divorce
rom the said William l.owerv; fnr the cai. eustodv.
and cdnirol 01 three minor eiiil ir. n, and forsuuli
other and further rel efni ihe nut tie of the case
and equity may require; which pennon -will be lor
hearing nt the next term 61 said eourt. '
MAKY AMi LOY7ERY,
fir Mavo I PuHadway, her Att'ys. -
August IS, 18ii7-6w
.
FINKLE& LYON (
" LOCK STITCH :
4 The otttx Machine" so perfected that entire
iiiiela tio'i is guaranteed or the purchase
noney r finded. " ' 'i
IVheie we h.tve no Aient a samp'e Machine
will be Sold at very low price, and a Local
Agent appointed on ' the most favorable
erma. . ' ' '
N.B.s-Send for eircula,r, Traveling Agentt
wanted, r-alary, liberal.
.Finklc Ac Lyon S, ITI. Co.'
, i 687 llroadway, Naw . York.
Jane 27, l607-6m ,:.-,
'
,
-ton,
.OMi ' MANUFACTURES I
FURNITURE!!
tKxr.n n. wncK'Tr.
WTCKOFF
&
KAIeER,
A RK still In town nisnu.icturluir a ad dfaJiniia
a I kinds of .
Cabinet Furnituro,
On MAIN STR EFT. opposite Dr. Wolf. Offlea.
"inuujs,
MoARTUUR, OHIO.
The Piiril'iirsis made out r f (l.e beet eaea4
mated I, and by the most eipeiieuctUaorkmea,
BUREAU Erery-'tvle.
B12KS E A All KinK
TABI.KS very Pattern.
CHAIRS PannT and PoiitBea,
8A9!(, COt HtS, BLIND.-, &o.,
always on hand ar furnished on ehort aotiot.
Of sll km.is, in Furunure, Chairs, u., attended ia
on thort notice.
MA TT R ESS ES. '
A atinerior utislity ol Mattteues of ah a m al.,
ways kept on hand.
TJ xi 3l o r t tx Is. l n ?r ,
We aia alwvra in rea. loess to -V T'l I,' M t
ftestteeUA 1!S TOWU "d c,,un'r.'''
A 1'air I'rlco for u Fair Artlolr
ia Our Mottol
run hasertareieq iesied to c.ill erd exam oe onr
I. rg tSick of Kurnimie
bfbr purchiisinj e'-ewbere, as we teed ennfltent
tliat weeaufurnsh ltter aid oheir rtictb
any other eatauiinmeni. n th a vi imrv.
VI KoFK & KA.I-ER.
JtST I'VBMHEO.
XeTT EdllUn II. irti & rnlart1.
EVERY MAN HIS OWN LAWYER,
nn uustness form ISook. .
A
Ctl KTKtJUlUK in all Maner or
Law, and llusiness Negoiiaiiuns for ere
ry Mate in ihe Union.
With l.eiral Forme, and full inaturtieni for
proceeding, ail hull t leesl asHisiauoe, in Iniif
nnd buainist tianssctioni of every descrip
tion. Toffther with the different State Lwi
eoiicertiing the Collec'ion of llehls. Property
Kxeu pt from KzecuMon. I.ein Laws, Utisary,
Lioense to Sell Goods. QualiflcHtion of V.
tera. Limitation of Actions, etc.
A'so. tie General Unikrupt Law, with
forma and lull instructions to enable Bank,
rupts and creditors to take lull benefit of tht
An without legul assist tnoe.
Also, Tension l aws, wi'h full instructions
nnd tnrms to enable the Hisoliarged Soldier
or bailor to procure' IUck Pay, Peieii ns,
Buuuiies. and all War Claims,
Also, I'ateut Laws, with iml instruotion i
io hit mors.
Alao. Excise Lwe. Ftsmn Duties. Post
OffiieanJ Cut tun limine Kenu'niiona ihe
whole act'on of the Government in re'atln
to recoiisiriimioii-and Fr. edmen; Constitn.
lion of the Uiii'nl fctaies. with amendmeuu; '
iiiate Si aU with desn ipii nia. &o.
Over 200 pgee new niaiter imve heea .
added, to meet the requirements of thettnia.
The utility of aitrh a Work i,n one Will
now question. The sJa of hutidredt ot
innusauda of copies of the former editions,
nnd Ihe constant demand for it, hate eoi'.lej
thai point. The prolessional man, the far
mer, the mrehnnii-, the n antn'acturer, tht
solilier. t e sailor, each rerjuiies a ronveu
ietit, coinprehetisive aud reliable work.
li will save them nnuie- eave iheiu troub.
te, sate them time. savethin liliifation and
layer' fees, and irire them inlorma ioa
that nobody can nff.ird to be Without. Uiuo,
650 page's.
Price hand8nmty bound,
fenl. port-un , on rereip of priee.
A good, reliable Anent wa ited in eer
town in the) Unite I Suites. . A'm, a rospon.
sible in a n at all prominent pmiiis. as General
A:vtit. Alto, a tew tiie.,wke men, I
travel iu t'Ntabliahing A n-ies.
i K. IIAW'.SV t CO.,
M4 Vine Si n et C ucinnati, UhU.
Any person wishing u copy
1 of thu above Book, will c all on
J W. Bowic.v,
Aieni tor Vinnin i'oiitw
TAK A.MKUIUAN WIP ia aUy tit
lor any out) to n ad. 25 i;?ni a yar.
" Kl'Jtl.iliUSON & UOL11N3,
81 N inaU Slfeel, JJ. Y.
ASK and receive THE AMK1V
V I T. 25 ueole a vttar.
CAN
lUt'UAUUSUN & COLLINS,
81 N
j.-SiU S itei,
GKN tidANT is lio Grnr ol Orsof.
THE AMERICAN WIT U 25 aeiiU
a Jesr t - t "
BlCHAttDSON & (OLLIN3L
81 Neseao S ., N Y, :
pliUNNEEI The Auucc'lulci iu IU
I AMKRICAN WIT t ('
lULUAUDSON & COLLIN?,
81 N
IS-BII ?l
X. Y.
UU d A ii'tt 111 u
Wit 25 o n u
HUjiiH III tlie AMklttiCAT
a Vsr
RICUAKDON & COLLINS,
Rl N.esau S ., N N
17REE0M N'S Bute u it
A ICAN WIT. 23 o.. a
in .l.B AMEU-:
year.
XUCIlAUD?ON& COUSINS
81 Ntaaii N Y
IRISHCALITES in tbe AMERICAN
y W IT. 25 ota year.
1UC11AUDSON & COLLlNy,
81 N.H-ssnSr,N Y. .
$12 Gold and Silvrr Watohea $12
20(Ulnltl Hunt'B t'nse I.ever WrlcheatlOOto tlTJeaolt
20HGildHimtKCnseLeiieneTitiuliea TSto loo "
;ln0tiiild Plated ilve -Cases 60 to too "
GOO Solid siuer Case I,erer Watehss ante, 7 . .
Win ftxiri silver Caee Lepnie Watches fito " ,
AOIiG'l-lConiposlie Knnt'ij i:ne watches tf to All ,
tlltheaonve splendid watoiiea will he sold for
$12 e h. We have adopteii the follow ng plan:
C'ert'fic.tes lUsr-nbinnei-cli watch and its vnlue, sra
prepared and placed lit sealed mv lopes, auj iha
liohier will n- entitled to the Waluh 11 call1 tor, up.
on pHmeiito. the (12. TliuisH'ita lo tff hut a t
bona Ade sale, froctire a c rlitt' ate, and as thr
are no blinks, everyone must net awntoh athtif the
usual price al leant, and many will gt .a splendid
Gold Watoh for the trflnjtai m ofi- CertB-atea
sent by mu) to anv a idress for 60 cents eaoh ria
will be sent for ti aitrt for 5; thirty-flvaf .r HQ,
Aaeats wanted; aeudfnr circular. Addnss,
. QaVEaPlK, MAX30N &0O.,
ai-6m 8 SskmB BiNs Toik.

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