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VTBLISULD BTBBt THUBSOAY
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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF VINTON COUNTY
OFFICE In Dodge' t Building, over Suellandt
Stort, corner Main and locust Strett, Eait
of the Court lionet.
For Term, c, see 4th rage
Kc ARTHUR,
OHIO:
CCTOBZ 10, 1887
' TETJBFEAT,
T2Z.E DEMOCRATIC ENQUIRER
lias the largest circulation of any pa
ver in Vinton County. Advertisers and
others will please make a note of this.
ELK TOWNSHIP TICKET.
For Justice of the Teace,
SAMUEL C. CASE.
-CW , - -
ELK TOWNSHIP TICKET. VINTON COUNTY JUST
ELK TOWNSHIP TICKET. VINTON COUNTY JUST O. K.
Whole Democratic
Ticket Elected!
"The Voice of People is the
Voice of God!"
MAJORITY 338 !
THE AMENDMENT "GONE UP!"
569
MAJORITY
AGAINST THE AMENDMENT!
VINTON COUNTY ON A WHITE
BASIS!
OFFICIAL MAJORITIES.
Oa the Stala ticket the majorities range
from 832 to 335, asfollofs:
GOVEBNOBi .
Thurman, (Democrat,)
llAyss, (Radical,)
Thurman's majority,
. aKHATOB. .
Onderdank,
Jones,
Onderdonk's majority,
CDOS.
Crain,
Johnson, -
Crain's majority,
BirBXSENfATIVB.
Bwaira,
In,
Bwaim's majority,
jaoeitviua attobnit.
Bhivel,
Urattan,
EKUol'a majority, -Gizsard
Foot Araeuc'meat, "No,"
11 11 ' "Yis,"
1302
333
1631
1293
333
1831
1301
331
1631
1203
338
1631
442
1190
1706
1137
663
Majority against Amendment,
The majorities for Commissioner and Eur
teyor are about ths same as (or Btpresena
tiT,
TVewIU publish an official abslraat of
tot tf ths oounly by townships next week.
We have heard no very reliable
news from adjoining counties,
there is no doubt that Martin Crain
elected Judge of ,the Court of Com
mon Picas, over Johnson. Jones
elected Senator by a small majority.
Geo. II. Piles has lost a Pocket
Book containing $980 in , Notes, &c
Seo advertisement in this paper.
ff n rflanlt of the election in
State ia not yet known. It ia sup
-, Dosed that tbe Democrats 'will have
majority in the' Legislature on
ballot. ' Hayes isprobablrelectedbya
imall majority.
LATE NEWS.
Gen. McClellan anived ia Paris a few
weeks since, and has taken passage for
New York for the first week in Novcnv
ber.
Four thousand bushels of cranberrioe
were gathered on the 1st inbt., from a
ioglo marsh in tha vicinity of Erio, Pa.
The passeogor oars on the on the
railway from St. Petersburg to Moscow
are two stories high, the upper story ba
ng used for Bleeping.
The election in Colorado last month
resulted in the choice of a Demooritio
Counoil and a Republican House. The
Coanoil will stand: Democrats. 7: Re
publicans, 6. Th8 Home will stand:
RpubJioanaiJ.emocrats12. The
State question entered largely , jnto ibe
contest, and the result is. in the Coun-
cil, Stato man, 4: anti-State
tiien, a; in
the House, State men, 9; anti -State men,
17.
The hot corn oorn business must be
profitable, far in New York bod Brook
lyn, during the past season, 1,700 per
sons have been engaged in solling.it
about the Btreots, whilst in PhilaJelubia
from 500 to COO persona were engigod ic
the same trade.
There are a large number of Indian
mounds in Minnesota which the histori
cai sroiety of that State is carefully ex
ploring. The only evidonces of skill
oet discovered are epeoimeoi of pottery
ware.
Queen Victoria is going to have all tbe
notices of her bock oolleotod and printed
for Lor denotation. She has been muoh
pleated with tho manner in which it has
been received.
There were several shocks cf earth
quake in East Tennessee last week:
The horse which Zolhooffer rode
when bo was shot at Mill Creek has
been lately sold for $1,500. ;
The Tobacco orop cf Southern Indi
ana has fallen short of ,lhe expectations
of the planter?.
Tho jellow fover has- visttei
wirsrin -tfcyw?rpvjntai-r
towmrw
of Texas. Some ot these places were
nam known to have a case of tha dis
ease before. 1 '
For Aver's Mediciucs,
Call at Simon's Drug Store,
. Twtt 1?TrTtT PuntK. u.
tv j ' -11 i.'"
LfOQffe is semnsr nis new biocki
Of tirOOaS lUStreceivea iromine
m. , 1 .... Jl. .
Eastern market at greatly
re-
dnced prices. '
Give him a call.
the
is
is
the
a
Vallandioham. Hon. C. L. Val
landigham addressed more than ten
thousand people of Hocking and othar
counties, at Logan, on Wednesday 01
lasi weeis; anu at, muuul iv u wum vi.
I Wednesday night he passed through
JIcArthur, on his way to Jackson,
stopping over night and partaking
the kind hospitality of O. T. Gunning
and lady and Mrs. Murdoch, at McAr
thur Station. A large number of peo
ple were out on the streets waiting to
see him pass through town. Some
the very extremely 1-o-y-a-l people
were, no- doubt, troubled with the
"strangest of Btrange dreams," on that
night, but probably not so strange as
some of the dreams they had on last
Tuesday night, after the polls were
closed!
On Thursday morning, he departed
with Mr. Gunning for Jackson. At
Jackson we never saw a larger politi
cal gathering all anxious to "see and
hear Vallandigham 1" . .
Tho meeting was held at the Fair
Grounds, Thursday being the first day
of tho Fair; and after he had spoken
about an hour a heavy rain interupt
ed tho glorious proceedings, compelling
the meeting to adjourn.
Mr. V. returned to llamden on that
evening, and took the mindight train
for Cincinnati.
There are few persons living who
would consent for a given sum to part
with their hair and forever wear
wiff. or even consent to have this glo
ry ot tne Doay cnangea irom ns nat
ural hue to the color that marks age
and decay. Yet thousands forwantof
a einiTilo remedy within their reach
are becoming prematurely bald and
erev. " Barrett's Vegetable Hair Re
storative" is a sure preventative, costs
but a trifle, and will work wonders
with your personal appearance.
The Great Democratic Meeting at
Zaleski. "Wo should have been
pleased to have attended the glorious
meeting at Zaleski, last Saturday, but
our business was so arranged that wo
could not. Ye learn that tho meet
ing was the largest and most orderly
ever held at that place.
Tho Democratic ladies of that town
really deserve praise for taking so
much interest in tho preparations for
tho meeting. May God bless them
all! And may those who have no
husbands get loving ones!
Tho speeches, which were made by
lion. W. n. Saffoud and lion. Arch.
Mayo, were all that any one could de
sire. Chaste, candid, truthful, and
argumentative; thoy could not fail to
make a deep and lasting impression
upon-tha iniud otcyerx- candid ' and
reflecting person present. ;
For Siriclly Pure White
Lead nt Cincinnati Prices,
Go to Sisson's Drug Store.
Query. lias the Rev. Gentleman
of this place paid his Washwoman ?
Facts next week.
For Fine Perfumery,
Go to Sisson's Drug Store .
[Communicated.
twatj!pflv'Look out, Dan., or Iwill cut
ivilers in the -lowest and blackest filth of
e
of!
of
Mr. Editor: Permit mo througl
the columns of your paper to correct
the malicious, lying, contemptible aB(.
cowardly misrepresentation of lan-
rrnnorn nHfrl hv mo wriilfl ono-nired in ft
fa j -- o-o-
political conversation in the office qi
the "Vinton Record," and which Ifind
in the last issue of that paper. It
runs thus, (I quote from the Record,:)
" I am a rebel ; I always was a rebel.
It would do my soul to cut a 6oldief's
throat." (
Now, when called a "Copperhead,"
a "Traitor," and a " Rebel,'1 1 replied :
"Yes, if you like it, I am a rebel, and
never protended to be any thing else,"
(for such, every Democrat .is styled)
and when asked by a friend (in a jo
king manner) who happened ti be
present, if I had any particular lovo
for tho soldier, I replied in the same
icstingtone: "Confound the soldiers;
I would not care if all their throats
were cut:" and. also, eaid to the same
stood by nim, as ne says, -10 to not
ing more than an idle joke. And it
was intended as such, by mo.
But, Mr. Editor, these infernal, ly
ing, cowardly, yelping Hyenas of the
" Eecord'thesepimpsof illfame, these
doersof the dirty workoT black-hearted
abolitionism, these vile, contompti-
ible enrs. these lick-spittlcs and crovel-
. ,1 Til i.' A-
these worse man uiegiumaio uiiu-
dren of hell sent forth upon political
speculation," would lead the people of
Vinton through their cowardly and
dastardly misrepresentation of the
truth to believe that I am really a reb
el and a traitor to our government;
but I say they lie, for I am, and -,so is
everv Democrat, a Deuer union ?nan
J 1 t.-1.! !.IJI.J
nan anv negro-loving abolition istthat
ever preatned tne oreain 01 uiuj 1
would co farther and do more to iro
.P. T, . .i. .1.1 I !
store tnis union to us oiu anu glori
ous position among the nations of the
earth, than dare these cowardly dogs,
or any of the disunion clan which they
represent. The hotest and most ram
pant rebel of the South is, to-day,
better Union man than are these Eeo
ord men.
And, again, Sir, such degraded lyi
ing as these fallows havo been guilty
of, is meaner, lower, and more con
tomptible than the rectified, double
distilled, and trebly refined quintes
sence of black damnation boiled down
to a jelly.
Thev also charged me, (while in
conversation,) wKringjbnadaJfl
avoiaTDBing araitea into tne army.
Now, this is another of their hellish
lies, and he who utters it, tells an in
fernal lie when he says so ; as I can
prove. It is done only through polit
ical malico andhatred, simply because
I am a Democrat.
Having already occupied more space
than I intended, and promising nevor
again to stoop so low as to notice these
contemptible Hell-hounds, I will close
by rospectiuiiy suDScrioing myueu,'
ODeaieni
J. G. SWETLAND, JR.
For Mishler's Herb Dltters
Go Slsson'a Drug Store. - ' (
Going at the Lowest
Figures!
1
The well known House of
Dan.TVill& Bkos., is offer
ing unsurpassed inducements to
those wishing the latest Eastern
styles of goods of every de
scription. Be sure that you go
and see them before going else
where! -' ! - '
A HORRID DECEPTIONI
A TOdSQ X.4DX SHOCKIXQIiT DICBIVED I I '
Not long sinoe, a young man supposed to
posses good principle, but no fortune, of
fered his hand and heart to a fair young
lady with snug little fortune of $50,000
The offer was fully considered, and finally
refused, on the ground that the young man
showed too many years above the young
lady; though he was really but twenty-six .
Yet his fine side whiskers and hair ware
tinged with an awful sprinkling of hoary
white and erav. and fairly indicated a
round aoore more of years than he had re
ally aeen. To the young man tie refusal
came like a frosty bianasi in a cow uigm.
What was to be done? What could be
done? Trua, his head came out from under
his "Felt" white as a coon after a snow
storm but must this divide them,
Atoacehelefi the oily. Time passed on
and tha vounz lady received anctheroffer.
.No objection to the fine and beautiful lover
r t. . . i . . J BL'DPUCT
coma oe louna. ms jibiu
and his raven locks had a moat bewitching
lustre. Due time was taken and the othor
accepted; the day fixed; every desired prep
aration made: the minister notified, and
the thing done. She happy couple departed
in matrimonial peace ana tr.umpn.
Three balmy daye parsed away, when the
loving young husband threw his gentle arms
around hia better half by SD0 C00, and said,
' Darlinir. what do vou think of my white
hnira now?" The startled and astonished
bride with uplifted hands, exolairued, "Ho s-
coe R , is it possible? Am 1 deceived!
Toll me quicklyl I" .The smiling, jubilant
husband roguishly replied. "-No, vou are not
dMeived, it. is 1, you are vine. And ihtg 1
owe to "Van Allen's Vegetable flair Restor
er!" And this article we now offor you never
hat had its equal on the American Continent,
ffe don't recommend you to play the oheat
by ita magio inSuenoe, but we do say;
Ibt It will positively restore the whitest
hair on the heads of the oldest persona (o its
original oolor and beauty, while it often
brings out a luxuriant growth where the
hair is entirely gone, without staining the
finest fabrio
oVl wk heads mar have become
'T ,.,.7" .u.s.
gray may reanuy nuB mcir un kiwiiu,
and their neada onca more oovereu ma
shining silky locks, and Irenes never
aur-
passed n beauty even lu cany youtu
3d Every disease to which the hair and
scalp are subject, finds a hauling, restoring
balm in this preparation. '. .
t i ileeauin'r-na one claims it has
an coaal, either In richness of its perfume,
m 141111, iiuti t
or its tendency to Keep tne nair in us proper
place. ,
em If you want white hair mada beautl-j
lul as in youth, grry hair perfectly restored,;
a dandruff head permanently eleaned, and
soaln purified, loose hair made fast,
in short, your head covered wun me Deauty
of raven locks, and silken tresses, you have
only to use
VAN ALLEN'S VEGETABLE IUIR
RESTORER,
-Office of the Fropriotor, Ns, 117 Nassau
Street, New York.
fi-3old by all Druggists.
&-Ask far Van Allen's
VEGETABLE HAIR RESTORER AND
s DRESSING,
1 And take no other.
If net sold by Druggists in your town,
Trial Bottle will ba eent ta you by express
npon receipt of On Dollar by mail, thus
giving you an opportunity at onoe of testing
U excellent qualities.
A.ddr., - , L- VAN AXLEM,-
1 No. 117 N tssau Street, New York,
otaber 10, 1867-fim
LOST!
VEARPrltville,on Wednesday, "ctoner sin,
t d..i.. nnt. enntaminL' Ninn Hundred
.nlPicrhtv Dollars in Notes and a small amount
mtiiey'! Any person finding the same, and leaving
iSthia oico. or callini? upon George II. Piles,
new Allenaville, will receive a mitable reward,
tobfrlo(180H(
Probate Notice.
I
hereby (riven that Joshua, J. Fpeak-
VTQTICE la
11 I
inuu, V-" ', ,1 Ui. .nm,t. rnr finnl aettle.
r..,.tnrr,rthEatnt ot josntia 5peaa-
SVnT, Probate Cour'tof Vinfcm county, Ohio.
fr heanDg n kaler6,"1
1 October 10, 1866-3W Probate Judge.
largest Book Agency in the West.
A NEW AND POPULAR WORK.
A G K JN X S "
roa '
M'Kenzie's 10,000 Receipts,
; IN ALL TIIK
USEFUL AND DOMESTIC ARTS.
THROUGH asents I now offer to thepubho an en
tire new edition o(MA0Kr.Nr,' tfatAi Faii.h
RMnH Book, conUuiing the d 'overie. o f w rar
quarter of a century, ft e stre0'y"lett
wood cuts are all new and alone cost $4,W0 l
articles on Ariculture, bOTV,0UT,1F,?m
Domestic Economy, are worth to the Farn er a
fioronoi-vera times its cost. 1 he recipei
eooltine. preserving, pioklinR, confectioner
wne. This aeparimenmiuuo --; ',
to liable than iny other work ver p.Ujl.shed on
subject The disease, of the ho e e lo. hog,.
lernnimais, mc ncn,v ....c- -
ta directions iriven tor treatment. 1 ne
parlmen.s of Meoiclne Brewmganu w au .
V- aii thnt non d be rieaired
MortLn seventy disMnct subjects are cM!j
amined and treated of. It is uu. J
k.., l.nnir r.T IA IflHO Vir lUlUllSMW' B'"""
l" ' - WW- V. , .. tviUfld.
onntrv or Europe. . " "" ' '
Sold only by Subieription.
Men and women, of character and ability, wanted
i canvasser, to whom Profitable Emp oyment
be cuatanteed. For circulars ana iuu purucmai.
send at once toagents.
For samples 01 tneuui.uii f -- -
two stamps and they will be sentwith circulars.
Address tt. V. b. COWJS. uirayeiie. tuuiu. ..
J. W. BO WEN, Agent.
M ABTHUB NURSERY
j. db "W GOIJD,
WOULD respectmity iniorm ine oiiiiem v
and oiher counties that they have, at
.... . . . , ... f If
JTDESEET, one mile nor ti-eaat from uoArtnar,
the very beBt varieties ol
Apple Trees and Peach Trees;
v QUINCE .TREES
CHEERY THESE;
' PEAR .TREES.
.11 ,,r atnek true to name and at
i nr,.M u can be obtained anywhere, and
all nsrsons to call and examine it.
Any letter addressed to ua, as to piicai or vane
will be pronytl answred
Octobers, 1867-U '
For Tuic Drugs and Jled-
Icnej go to Sisson'i Pros Stors,
'
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i
1 ,
Any person sending us One Dollar, or pay-
jDg eame toour local Agents, will receive
jmmfliiiitely a fine Steel Plate Engraving, at
j choice from the followiug list, and One Oer
itchini ,;(icttle 0f Block, insuring One Present in
TECE
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CO.
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SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR.
$300,000 Presents to Subscribers.
One Cash Present of 840,000.
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One Cash Present.ot $5,000.
two Cash Presents of $2,500 eaoh
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Each certificate of stock n accompanied with a
BEAUTIFUL STEEL-PLATE
ENGRAVING,
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Certificate,
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la ohartered by the Stato of PeniiBjlvania, and Or
ganised iu aid of the
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April 8, 1807.
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Situate at Riverside, Burlington county, New
Jereey, Is founded for the purpose of gratu
itously educating the sons of deceased Sold
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Hon. Lewis U. Bronmall,
Ex-Chief Coiner U. H. Mint, and Reodrdar
of Deeds, Philadelphia, Pa.
Hon. James M. Soovel, New Jersey,
Hon. (V. W. Ware, New Jersey,
Henry durmon, Esq.,
Agent Adams' .Express, Philadelphia, Pa
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pany will bo devoted to charitable uses, permit Mon
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Company,
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I sued a enea of Una irteel-ptate iinxrayinKs, whiuh
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invite
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Nn. T"Vashiniit)n,B ConrthiD." Mo. S-"Waih-
Ington's Last Interview with his Mother."
I nree vouar ungravmge.
Anv person paying Three Hollars will receive ihe
beautiful steelVlato of "Home From the War," aad
Three ceititieatea of stock, beooining entitled lo
Three presents.
four Dollar Engrovingt.
Any person paying four Dollars shall rerelva the
lare and l.eautilul ateel Plate ft "The Joiils ot Our
Forefathers," said Sour oerlilkates ol at.ok, eml
tling tliem u Four I'resents.
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the large aud splendid steel l'lateot' "Tlie Mai nags
Of PocaiionlH," and Five certificates of sloek. enti
tling tlioin lo Kive l'reser.is.
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TIE WASniNOTON LIBBA1Y COMPAKt
Will award Three Hundred Thousand Dollar
IN PRESENTS
To the Shareholders
On Wedaesday, January 8ih, of 186T,
At Philadelphia, Va ,
Or at the Inttitule, Rivmide, N. J.
SCHEDULE Ol" PBESENTS,
1 Cash PreBsnt ?40,0C0
1 Cash Present 20,000
1 Cash Present 10.000
1 Cash Present 6,000
2 Cash Presents of $J,S00 6,000
1 Haudsomo Country Residence;
Rtahle. Grounds. &c, Uerman-
town, Philadelphia 18,080
1 Double Reeidenoe, three-story
brick, Camden N. J. 11,009
I Coal Depot, Offices, Sheds,
Ground, with business establish
ed, N o 1314 Washington Avenus
rhiadelphia 1,000
I Country Kesidense, Riverside,
N. J. with Ground, Fruits, &o. 10,000
1 Three-story cottage, lot, 40. 6,000
85 Valuable building lota, R.verside, 8300
each
1 Elegant Turnout ..mlly carriaije,spau.of
horses, Hnrnoi'S, c, complete, 5,000
10 Valuable Building Lots, Riverside, S30C
each 'w
1 Beautiful silver-gray horse, 15 hands
high1 sired by tho celebrated imported
. Arabian Horse, -l-aliphi" also, a. light
Bn.irt Wrnron. woight.140 pounds, with set
of superior amnle harness, 4c, malting a
first-class establishment,
20 Pianos, G00 each
20 Melodians,8220carti
8,000
10,000
4.S00
l,eoe
ini?orr,n .winumaohinee, iou eacn
1,000
in Kin. ,'nl.l watches, two hundred dollars each 10,000
10O Oil rainnngs, uy :i"ai"4,
uate value . ,
S Camel's Hair ahawls, one thousand dot'
lfn Qtfl)
8 Camel's hair ahawls, three thousand dol
lars each , , . .
u m I, nee shawls. SCf each
10,000
1,000
6,000
750
800
10 Cashmere shawU, tly dollars eaoh
JO silk dress patterns, eeventy-five dollaia
each m.. .
80 city building lots, 1175 each
The remainder will consist ol silverware,
Musical Boxes, OpiraSlftHses, Pocket
Bibles, and difforeiit articles of orua
' meat and use, amounting to
1,500
8,780
! 81,000
Total. . 3,000
All tho proportles given elear oflncumoranoe.
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twenty dollars, either by Hoaiomce orucraorin
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':s.'ui.miin draft or exnresi.
10 snares wii" g''"6' , X
25 shares with engravings 23
sr. .harea with eneravinfts 46
75 shares with engravings 69
inn .haraa with enirravtnes 60
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Receivers for the Washington Library Co.
i Jaly 4, lB67in ;. .
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Jl'HT receittdat BffETUXD'3 a froth aui'ly
of
FAMILY GKOCEKIES,
AKD
3PTTZ1.3Z3 IiIQUORO
To which is added a good assortment of
Custom-Made
SOOTS AND SHOES I
Ainu, a lot of .
SPRING FIED ' MUSKETS,
U'liioU will make fine
shot quns!
And which I will sell very cheap! Giv me a call:
J. U. SWhlXAND.
October 3, lSG7-3m
STEVENS HOUSE, " : '
SI, ?$, 25 & 2T. Broadway, K- Y-
7 ' Oppoiitt Bowling Green,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
THEPtLVEMsnonssIs well and widely known t
tha traveling public. Tha location is especially
suitable to merchants and buMuosa men; it la in '
oloso proximity to tho business part ot the city ia
on the litghway of southern and western travel and
and adjacent l all the principal Kaiiroadaud steam
boat depots
Tub i-Tr.vr.."s IIovps has liberal accommodation for
over 300 guests it is well lurn.shed, and pc-i:rse
every modern improvement for the comfort and n
tertainmeut ofita inmates. The rcrma are spaoioua
a"d well rentilated provided with .t?;s and water'
the attendance is proinptand respect:':!, slu the tubl
Is generously provided with every lielicary uf the
seaaon at modi rate rates.
OKO. Ii. CHASE & CO.,
May 8, 18i6-6mj J'rofrUtor).
ONG Contribotor in the AMERICAN
WIT 2 cunts a jam.
RICliAllDSON & COLLIN'S,
81 Nassau St., N. Y.
Vi
fHEBE the-Lautrh Comes in. TLe
AMKHICAN WIT 25 on. a yoar.
ULC11AUDSON S: COLLINS, -8UNaau
bt.,N. Y..
rrHE AMERICAN WIT ii a happy
hit. ZO nts. a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 iNaksau St., N. )f.
Auiust 1, 18i7 8m
MANriLD, OHIO
COOK'S EVAPORATOR.
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
ECSEKA ClDBH M1LL8,
Victor Cane Mill,
Star Corn Suelleb,
Hgksr Fowsa Fon;r
BUNN'S. ESQUIMAUX BEFRIGy" R,' .
Warner's Sullcy Revolving Kakt
DOUBLrJ SUOVBL PLOVVP,
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
Amalgam- sllit
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
MACHINES, , . '
And mnnv other nrtlolesia the way ef Implemenli,
'lools and machinery. ' '
PU!E MJRii'l AND IMPliEB seioctea
varieties. Bend for circulars.
March 88, 1887 1
BALLOU'S laOIHHLY MAGAZINE.
The Chapelt Magazine in the Wtrldl
fliHIS popular and widely circulated magatine hat
X now rcai: her; an edition unequalled in this coun
try. Each nuinlier is brnameiited by numerous fine
engravings, and is complete in itself, embracing a.
treat variety of tales, sketches, poems, and illustra
ted articles, written expressly lor us columns. It is
conceded by all to be the cheapest and best Mua; .
sue in theworld.
TERMS.
150 a year j seven copiea 8 00; thlrlean eopies
II 00. sinale copioslfi cents. Address
JiLLlOXT, 1UO.MKS & TALUOT,
13'jalon, Mas).
DEMORESTS MONTHLY
MAGAZINE.
UNIVEKSLLY acknowledged the Model.
Parlor Magasine of America, devoted to
Original Stories, Poems, Sketches, Archi-,
lecture, and Model Cottages, Household Mat
ers, Gems of Thought, rersonaiana juuerary
Gossip finolnding speoial departments on
Fashions,) Instructions on ueaiiu, wymuas
tio Equestrian Merciscs, bunting, wusicK
Amusements, eot.; all by the best authors,
and urofusely and artistically illustrated
with costly engravings iuji nun,; umui iu
rAiinhla Patterns. Embroideries, Jewelry, and
a succession of arUstie novclettts, with other
jsonl nd antertaing literature.
No person of efinemint, economical house
wife, or lady of taste, oan afford to do wtlh
out the Model Monthly.
Single copies, 80 cents; lacK numoers, as
specimens, 10 cents; either raau.u iree
Yearly, a, Witn a vaiunuie prciuimu, n
copies, $5 60; three copies, $7 60; five copies,
$12, and splendid premiums for olubs at $3
eaoh, with the first promium to eaoh sub-,
toiiber.
Address
VY. JENNINGS DEM0RE8T,
No. 478 Broadway, New York.
Demorest's Monthly and Young Amoric
together, $4, with the premium to each.
BICHARD CRAIG,
Xjioimsrs-iaD
AUCTIONEER,
Mo-A-x-tlxvir, 013.10,
HAV'NO been licensed to dispose of property by
publio auction, he will promptly attend all aac
lions in Vintoncounty wheu solicited.
OfBce-Shivel'a Law Office, in the Court Houea.
August 1, W7-tf y
' j. j. Mcdowell,
' . ASD
V. 8. Claim Agent, f
MoARTHXJU, OHIO.
ILL nractiae in Vinton and adjoining couuties
Also. Deputy Collector of Internal Kevtnne.
lirrica-In the Viuton Gonnty llsnk.
Jam 47,1.51 . " ;

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