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D c ra oc ?h i I p'R j; i re r.
Important News!
RUN AND SEE!
J. K. AYill, the father of the
Southern Ohio merchants, 13
now ahead 'of every merchant
in this part of tha.' country. His
House is packed full of gdocb
just received from the Kew
York ''and''' '"Philadelphia ' mar-
1.. i.: ' Jl 1 1 n 11 ,1
kcis uie sneivcs are mil, tno
boxes are full, and pile after pile
on the counter 1... All of he
choicest styles 1 All are being
sold 20 per cent, less than else
where in the county!- A fact.
"We -know; 'this to be a ftict, be
cause we dropped in the other
night to ece about it! "We nev
er saw such piles of goodsall
looking so lovely, so -beautiful.
AVe never heard of such low
prices for such nice things for
Fall and Winter 1 "Why, boys'
boots are going off at only 1,50,
a pair! ; Everything else in the
same way! G. B. "Will, the
gentlemanly salesman, knows
how to give you good bargains!
You need not believe what we
6ay--just go and see.
t
JUn WANTED. llrinj all your rags (0
(Via nfSoe, whera the highest murket price '
Kill be pa
'AC t,
pia lor tnem,
1
Sheep for Sale.
ofMcArthup, hr.vo
-A. & E. D. Wolf
a lot of verv fine
Spanish Ewes and
Bucks for Bale
Thorn wishinc to nnrchflSfl tho l)PRt
A UOSO nianing 10 puitnaso lUO IltSl
oneep suouia go ana sea iiicm. wuw
is the tinio to purchase.
:
PIANOS FOR SALE.
rKlTSa, like other men, sometimes offer
, , . .
tomo tory gM bargaius. Any person
vilbing to purchase ft splendid Piano, will
are from one hundred to one hundred and
ft; dollars by cVling at this office. W
ia faruiii them t greatly reduced rates.
AumvED I J. A. Felton's
lanre store-room is now beincr
filled with tho largest and most
fashionable assortment of Fall
and "Winter Goods' he has ever
before received, which embrace
every variety of dress goods,
white goods, embrodcries, rib
bons, prints, domestics, delaines,
cloths, cassimeres, hosiery,
iihiwls, cloaks, gloves, and eve
ry other article in that line of
trade all looking so nice all
of the very latest Eastern
styles,- and selected expressly
for this market and which he
is actually selling at . as low
prices as were sold seven years
agoV '
J ust give "IIile" a call and
inspect the ITew and Cheap
Goods! He has an excellent
clerk Mr. Spkague who is
always ready to wait upon all.
!
Drusfl, Boohs nutl Stationery,
Persona wishing Ei-ugs, Medioines, or Books,
will do well to call at Strong's Drug and
Book Store, eorner Hulbert's Block, Mo Arthur,
Ohio, where they will find a large stock of
Pure Medioines, Liquors, Oils, Paints, Dye
Bluffs, Perfumery, and Fanoy Articles.
Physioians can buy as low as in any mar
ket, in Southern Ohio.
The attention of the publio is called lo the
large stook of Cap and Note Paper, Pens,
Ink, Paper, Knires, Rulers, &a., &o.
School Books can be bought cheaper at
Strone's than at any other establishment in
Vinton county.
Call and see. . . May 2-0m
With the inducements held out to
our citizens to aid a noble object, every
man, woman, and child should have a
share of stock for the benefit of the
.Riverside Institute (located at River
side, New Jersey,) established for the
gratuitous education of the Orphans
of .Soldiers and Sailors who fell in the
great struggle for the perpetuation of
the Union. This meritorious aitair is
under tho control of the Washington
Library Company ot Philadelphia,
who. in order that their benevolent
object may be succesfully accomplish
ed, have issued five series of fine steel
plate engravings, one of which is giv
flti with every share of stock sold, at
prices much Below their retail value.
In connection with thissupero induce
ment, evtry shareholder is guaranteed
a present in the great distribution of
presents to the shareholders one of
which is worth 640,000 another $20,
000 another $10,000 &c. Each share
holder has an equal chance to obtain
one of the most valuable presents all
will obtain some present, besides a
beautiful engraving. Read Advertisement.
,!
:EMEDV Ta'CURB AND PREVENT
... ,i;,-juia DISEASE 13' .
on. s. 0. tiiciiAnosows
SHERRY 'W IB E BITTERS,
The Celebrated New Eiigl'iiidjUemecly for
For . Jaundice, 'Fever ani " Ague, General. Dt
Mill,, and all Diitnttt arMng from
Ditordcred Stomach, Liver or Jiowelt.
Thoy nrc used and rceommr-niM by lending phy
sinans oi the country, and nil who try tliein pro
nonnt'i, thrin invaluable.
Tli'T nrp 6nUI t,v in.-f lic-:ti iaVrs cynPrnllv Trie
One Uollf.r per bottli'. J. N. HA URN 4 CO.,
Cincinnati, Ohi",
Proyiritr for (lie Southern and Western fctates.
For tn'ohy
G. W. Sissnn, Druggist, Mo Arthur Ohio;
K. S. Wiloox, 'Unidcii, Ohio, and
Dr. J. A. Monahnn, druggist, llswden, 0.
ALt.RH'9
LtJ N 18 A L S A .11 ,
tan TUB CUB B Of
Consumption, ISronchilis,
AND ALL DISEASES THAT : LEAD TO IT
Such a Coughs, Neglected Colds, Pain in
the Chest, and all diseases of the Lungs.
4y CUjjuiku should ..use the Balaam fur
their Thiouts. ' '
nprilS b;iImiF in'ro.lncd tothe snffr:nj put!"
J niter tf t'teritf fnr pout: ware t! f u r-! . di.-tu x
have been fill I v tested, 'llu f mm n from vh:: !i tt !
.....,.,,,i ih referred to bv tl e !ciK'.:ivi'rr..-il ii.tir-
hnl's as bc"i?eqiial to any inscription thi't tin he
made up, tot anon inrnss, uy itic iinairui fcuuv.
The Bnlsnm i consequently, recotnniaivi.d by phy
sic inn who have beiurno aaijuuinted with it gien:
success.
As an Kupprtornnt it Ks
Wo pfinv tha foil' wine lnietpti m
no
Equi
ITornatiithnMlddlehniv. Vt.. Keaistcr, NnV. 20, '01:
Ma. Editoh:- It is only to subserve the intretso(
huinanuy tint I rcq ic.-t ashort apace in your vain: -hie
paper to inform the publio what Allen's Liui(j
Brtleam ,a sure lo do. Two yours lino I wuh nttackeu
,ih.Ir-raU: it settled in mv throat, which ao
nflectetl the oiK.ina nf speech that I could n..t apeak
aloud for nearly eix weeks. I got through the winter
COllUtlUlK niniH '.IIUIOM. lilP.sn.-mil.v, Willi ,:iu ijihii,
Uweats, iith inereaaed irritatoin, which extended in-
to the Hionchiid tubes and which kept me coughing
all slimmer. I wa at. Shorobnm on a professioniil
yisit the past CVtober, when the. "good, t-nmaritnn"
enmeelonn iutrodiwing Allen's Lung lialsam inlo
Nmw Knelnnd. I procured a bottle ind took itac-
cordintjto direct'ons. nnd found immediate relief. I
have now tnken two buttles, which has entirely cured
me Fur the pilBt tw0 years, or durin the tiino ol
my affliction, I wan in a ntuto of constipation, wliien
tlio Hnlsnin baa almost eltectiially reHUIntea.
i ,m;iuci,i,iilH V.n without this vnl liable medicine. I
eebythe Wetein papers (hat the physicians of
Cincinnati w tirjro mo iiietucnio is iiiiuuuai iuic,,; m.
;irn.ini,irf, it itAii their Dractice. and 1 have no duubl
it will soon become a classical remedial njsent for the
cure ofall duea-iM of ihe throat, Bronchim tubes, ami
,,;"lul;gAu KATJt'l. HAKRIS M. I)-, Kentist,
d.d.llebiuy, Vt., Nov. w, lS' O.
I ne nronrieiors oi mm vaiiiiiint, mui-uin ,nv
' . ii .- - . - nnit.,n 'll n-iA.linmu .Inul.
i!ors, desiriiiK that they procure a supply of it, and
recf.mmeiii it to their attl.eted pnon anu menus
It will stand the tost lor merits, aa lias the oeieuraiea
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
..kM, !n Unnn intrniluaAi! fo nil OAT'S of the inhab
ited world, and is everywhere appreciated and sought
alter, Tho Balsam i lor sale ny most m inu iiiuhir
Drug ists, nnd can always be had from them, in any
quantity desired, by the country dealers.
J. N. IIAlUUii 4 CO., Bole Proprietors,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
For sale by .
0. W. Sisson. Drutrelst, Mo Arthur, Ohio.
Dr J. A. Monahan. Druggist, Hamn,
II. S. Wiicox, Hamden.
Fever and
and CbSlIs
TIIK
Best Utnit'dy
IS
DAVIS PAIN
to Cure
'KILLER.
. Dtreed'oni for it Vt.
TAKE 3 spoonful" u,e lain Ku ,r 10
about half a plntof hot water.well sweet
ened with molasses, as the attack is coming
on, bathing freely the chest, back and bo,
els, wilh tha medicine at-, the same lime.
Repeat the dusoin twonty minutes, if the
first dose does not slop "the chill. Should it
produce vomiting, (and it probably will,) if
the stomach is very foul, take a little Patn
Killer, in coll wnior, sweetened with sugar,
after each spasm. Perseverence in the above
treatment hns cured many severe und obsti
nate cases of this disease.
PAINKILLER' Cures Bore
Throat-
A Favorite Medioine with all classes,
Is Davis' Pain tiller.
I
F jou have Painter's Choho,
" TT . V. . TA! Tilt
USe U1G L tklU a.liw.
N'
0 Medicine is as popular
As the fain inner.
KEEP the Pain. Killer alwaya at
hand. !
IF you have ft Cough or Cold,
Use the Pain Killer.
LOOK and not get caught without a kottle
of Pain Killer in the house.
LET everybody use the Pain Killer fer
Sprains and BruiBes.
EVERY sailor should carry a bottle tff ?ai
Killer with him.
REMEMBER, the Pain Killer li for ot
Internal and External.
The Pain Killer is sold hy all the Drug
gists and Dealers in Family Medicines.
J. N.' HARRIS & CO., Cincinnati, Okio,
Agents for the Western States.
For sale by
Q W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArlhur,
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden,
R, S. ilcox, Homden.
PSJBIFY YOHft BLOOD.
DR. WEAVER'S
CiNKERJ SALT RHEUM
For the Cure of
Canker, Salt Rehum, Ereysipelas, Sorofulous
Diseases, Cutaneous, and every kind of
disease arisiug from an impure
aiote of the D'.ood.
The most effective Blood Purifier of the Nine
teenth Century I
SSPThU Syrup, with the Cerate, we will
warrant to cure any nra case oi viu
Sores no matter how long standing,
rSold by Druggists Generally.-
For rale by : ...
O. W, Sission, Druggist, MoArthur;
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Hamden,
R, S. Wiloos, Ilaniden. -July
18, 18flT-Sm
An Old S orgf fttc a Hew Tne
'- , 1867.
At tpring apprcachef
An1 nmi lttirrhes
From th-.irjiol s comt o(,
And Mice and Halt
In- tjtilt of caU, .
Gaily tkip abuvl.
mm
"18 year eMablishe l in N. Y City."
"Only infallible remedies nou."
"Free from poioni "
"Not dniiKeinus 10 the huninn fsmily."
'Ht eoine out oi iheir hole to Uiu."
Ccstar's" Eat, Roach, Ac, Exterm's
I -i a
ple iiHO'i ionium, mice, uuuunea,
lilac
It snJ Roil Ants
AC, Ao,
Costar's",, Eod-Eug Exterminate!1
ih liquid or wk.hIi ue,l to destroy, and
elunsniireventive fir:Bcl Itngi, Ae. .
;CoHt:ir's" Electric Powder for Insects
Is for moths, inifinitnes. Fieri?, llcl-.1iif(, :
Insects on 1'laniB, F'lM,Aniira!s, ie.
ftJP J rWini! I 1 I ofnll worthless I niutions.
WfTSee tl at "iNr.liir's" nnme is on each box, but
tle, end Flk, befoni you liny
tar Addles lth.NK tl. t;wU8,
i:H T,rl.i
:- Am-
V. .11
V nrk.
S'3j1
ii.tl 1,11 drurcrisn and tleaiera evry wliete.
U
COSTAB'S"
CELEBRATID
1
For Culs, Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Boils,
Cancers, Broken Iircaolg, ure Nipples, "lee
ding, Blind and Painful Piles; Sorofulous,
Putrid and Ill-conditioned Sores; Ulcer?,
dwellings, Eruptions, Cutaneous Affections,
Ringworm, lloh, Cjrns, Rtmions. Chilblains.
to : Chapped llsnds, Lips, Ao.; Bites of
Spiders, lusenls, Auiinals, &c.
jaTBoxes 25 cts., 50 cts., nd $1 siies.
Jl5yS.ild by all druggints even where.
83A-!d by Hknrv R. Costar, Depot 484
ro d ay Ni-w York,
(S?-8old b7 J. S. Strong, VcArthur, O.
COSTAB'S
CUnKftlAI.
CORN 8 O L T J K T,
For form, Dtmicns, Watts, .
SarBoxee 35 ot., 6i ct3 , and 1 sues.
8iirSold by all Drugcims everywhere.
liaJ-And by Ileury K. Cootar, Depot 484
Broadway, New Yoik.
gyAiid by J. S. Strong, MoArthur, O.
COSTAR'S
PREPARATION 0
BITTEB S VV :EiT
OBATiGE BLOSSOMS,
FOR BKAUTIf flNO TIJE COMPLEXION.
TJseil to soften nnd b'nutify the skin, remove freck
les, Pimplo?, Eruption, Ac.
Ladies are now using it in preference to all others.
JtaiTBoltles $1. . .
firarSolil by all iruggists svery where.
StafAnJ hy Henry U. Costar, Depot 484
Broa'lwdy,' New York,
j?And by J. S. Strong, McArthur, 0.
COSTAB'S'
rECTORAL . f
COUGH REMEDY,
For Cough?,' Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influent. Asthma,
Consumption. Bronohial Affeotions ond all
disease of the Throat and Lungs. 1
gyBottles 25 ota, 50 cts, and $1 sises.
8-Sold by all druggists eveywhere.
rAnd by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York.
And by J. S. Strong, MeArthur, O. -
CO ST R'S-
i CELEBRATED
BISHOP PII.L.S,
A UNIVERSAL DINNER PILL, ...
For nervous and sick Headache, coativeneis, Indi
creation, dyspepsia, nilioiuness, constlpntlon, diar
rhea, colics, chills, levers, and general derangement
ol the Digestivo Organs.
Bur Boxes 26 eta, 6t)cts, $1 slies.
j-bold by all Urugglsts everywhere.
And by Henry E. Cosisr, Depov 484 Broad
way, New York; i
And by J. 8 Strong, MoArthor, O.'
Anjnst l,T-
m
I ii ami J"'"'
I
7 ;Y' gr-
AWAY WITH
SFEUTACIB .
OLD KYt MADE NEW
easily without doctor or
mrdicinet. Sent post
paid on receipt of 10
cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE,
110 l.ex'nrtoM Avenue,
Corner East 28lii I itrcet
New York.
AWAY WITH
tMUl'llf'iRTADLlS
TntlrES.
Comfort and cure for the
Hupturrd.
l?ent post paid on roceipt
of 10 cents Aidresi
Dr. E. 11. FOOTE.
110 Lexington Avenito.
Corner Eust 23th St New
York.
CONFIDENTIAL
INFORMATION .
FOK THE MaRRIKDI
Bent Fret in sealed en
velope, on receipt of 10
cents. Address
Dr E. B. FOOTE,
(Author of Medical Com
mon Sense Book, 400
pages. $1,60, snt by mail.)
No. 110 Lexington Avenue
Cor. of East 28th St., N. V,
don't fail to read this
Ct F.N n voiir address, with stomp, for sample and
Ll untnloirim ot Articles for Yimnst and Old, Married
and Kinele. All should have them. Address
A . HUini'JKS, 74 lileecher Street, New York City.
July 18, 18G7-8m
TO C0H3rjMPTlYE3.-R-y. Edward A., Wilson
will send (free ofehnrce) to all who desire it, the
picseription wilh the directions for akinnj and na
inR tho Himple rein"dv hy which he was cured of a
inntf anection ana mat urean uinnu u,Minu,,,, ,.
ilia el.iel isl.i henefit the alllieted and he holies
every nnererwill try thin prescription, as it will cogt
noUiina, and mar prove a hlessiiiii. l'lense addiess
nlCV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No 1SS South Second Streot, Williamsburg, K. Yrk.
May 2, 1 -IT
Sheriff's Sale,
IN PARTITION.
Statt of Ohio. Vinton Qonnty.
I iM,nfln. Plainltft. 1 In Conrt of Common
iiRuinst f rieaa. Order of
nin u. nmiHet. al.. Herts. J Bnlo.
TN rUKHUANUE of an order of sale in the ahovo
A naime to mo directed from the conrt of common
pleas in and for the county of Vinton, and State f
Ohio n.l bearing ditn of teptemlier Uth, A. D. 18U7.
I will oflei lor sale at ruMic nuetion, nt the itnnrnf
the Court House, in tiie Town of Mc.Vrt.'iur, in said
TUESDAY, tho 29th day of Octo
ber, A, D. 1SC7,
at the hour otlo'nloelc t. M o' said day, the one un
divided equal half of the fjllow.ujj lands and tene-
"""itisteTn the eourtv of Vinton and Statoof Ohio,
heimrapartof the Southeast Quarter of 8eetion
Nineteen (1.) Township Ten (10,) Hance eyenteen
(17. heiinniiiE at a stone in the south bonndry hue
of said Quarter Section; thenne west wi t ft tne sa.a
line lii.70 chains to the east houndry of ih. lJepot
n.....'i. .,r ii.. M.,ri,.ttu Cincinnati Itailioad Cmr
pany; thence North-easterly with the line of stud Ke
pot Grounds 6 3oehiinai thence East 2.78 clin.ns to
!i stone; thenco North 2.12 chains i a stonrj thence
Kant lO.M-eluuns to a stone; thenco bouth 7.J chains
lo the place of hegiunms-contaiiug ten acr more
orleaa
The same to be sold subject to , the dwer estate
of Huby T. Marfln and MArwret M. Gould.
Api.raisedat five hundred dollars and must bring
two-thirds of that sum. ...... , ,
Terms of.Sale-cath in hand at the time or sale.
JOHN J.ISllDCKKY,
Kherifl Vinton County, O.
H. 8. Biimly, A't'y for Pl'ff.
Beptmber36, 1807-6W-13 r '
KENTUCKY
LOTTERY.
To vt Drawn at Covinotom, Kt,,
Class K, September 16th,
Class P. September 30th,
3
lie '
-XU, r-it-K
18C7.
of $50,000
Of 20.000
of ' 8.000
of 7.000
Of 6 000
of 1.000
of 400
0 prizes of $300
prti
prise
9 prizes of
164 prizes of
8 prizes of
220 prizes of
18 drizes of
250
200
prise
prize
prizes
150
125
100
SO
29 prizes
63 prizes
261 prizes of
Prizes amounting to $230 650,
32,000 Numbers and 788 Pi izes.
Whole - tickets $12; Halves ?6;
. Quarters 3.
PLAN OP THB LOTTERY. The numbers
... i m non. nnrresnonama wnn inoso unmoors
on thetinkets, printea on rpoim np ui
encircled with email tin tubes, and placed in one
wheel Th prizes, of which there 788, varying as
v.. r. sn olio tn 850.00. are similarly printed
on seperate slips, enjireled, and placed insnother
wheel. The wheels are then revolved, and a num
ber is drawn from the wheel of numbers, and at the
same time a prise is drawn from the other wheel.
The number and prise drawn ou. are opened and
exhibited to the audieace, and registered by the com
missioned, the pilno being placed against the num
ber drawu. This operation is repeated until all the
prises are drawn out.
' The above Magnificent Single-Number Lot
tery, whioh will be drawn in public, in Co
vington, Ky., by Sworn Commissioners, at 1
o'olock P. M., t the corner of Fourth and
Soott Streets. The Kentucky State
Lotteries are no Gift Enterpnzes, but respon
.;m Mnnav Lotieries.that have been conduct
ed successfully for the past 30 years, and are
drawn under the autuenty oi a charter lrom
.h. iin. .ndhom'ito a large amount are
given for the payment of all prizes. The
j...tm.i are nnblished in the New Yolk
n.r.iri .ml rinr.innali Commercial.
The above scheme will be drawn the mid
dle and laet of each monin aunng iboi anu
i oca
Circulars ofLotterles drawing daily sent
free by application to the Manager.
Address all orders for tickets to
MURRAY, EDDY k CO.,
July It, l867-3ml Covin", fy-
AUSI3 FOR FAHMEES and others. Onfton
in ii rai i nun o.sie iht iii"I:h:j. turn e the txt.
enpevt, i.nd .nost nnmiile iqiiii m : tn-o eoa.'a
well put on, mixed with pure Liiivecd Oil, w li lust
In nr 15 years: it is of IikIm hrewn or heuu tful choj-
"taie eeior. ami e.in no etia:ii;ed to nien, lee I,
fi.ne, ilra'i, ol'veor erAin, to suit inst off O.TJtimcr
I' t vain.ihle tir Houea. Purits, Kenrei, C'trr;:i.7e
nil riir-mal erj, I'ad nr l Wode. lf., Attrtm.l
-' TjI nipiemenfs. Canal Pjflt", V"Sfcrt' t n I Sliiirt,
''.in P!iv.!.. 'ef--l iik h-rx'h, H'x ts, (:t bvnff
''.re and Water proof.) Floor ' II Cloths, (one nuno.
Octiirer h ly inj used MOt hbls. Uie pur t year.) unil
;is a linn t lor any pu-imse" is unsurpassed" ft,r bodv.
diiraMlily, i-liis ieity, and adhe.-iveiu'HH. 1'n. e ,
perhbl i,(30iib.. nhich mil anpiOv a inrmer fjr 1
yeaietoc ine. urinmitu m i ll i- i-cs as wbevo
-hii lur m-ireiil: r h i-u-h ri Vi-s luli ijiiriie.niarj. .ie
-"iiiilie iLh-s!, brar.ded in a trail a in.'jJi Oiaftou
.Miiiurcl Puir.l. Aiiifie'
I'AMKI. nil) A'El.T,,
Sept. 6, VT-6m iM rearl etroet. Sow York.
ECrtRTS FOK THK MRilOS.-A mot vsliish .
O and womlerfol UOl i.-ation. A cut of 4 00 p e
nd soeolnn-'i i-nytavirc'. Tr. UimU'i 't Va'c M
tun, an ori(tal ninl popular treatise en Jl; P in'
Wmmn, their Ph)i loiry, l-'i.nr ti. ns. ai d tr rut U r u
very kind, witn nerer lailin remedies 'ti r it in
peeily cure. '
Tlie'pruetice of Dr. IIunf?r has 'on? beer S'-rl stili
is, unbound d, hut tt the earliest aolii i, fii!i ol r.n
niermia persnns, he Ii.ia pern induced to xier ii h r
n.fi. li, ul iinefuii.eaa tmough (he niediun: ol I is " nut
Mceum "
One eopy, securely i'Veiopoui wtII le- fomnrded
free of po.iiac to any part of U.c Vnidd tu.iut:'!
t) cents in 1'. o. stamps. Ad-Tresi, yi.t J aid, Lr
iiuiiti-r, No. 3 Division street, HiW York.-
August 13 l-t7-y
VogeUbla JT
HAIR RESTORATIVE
I W ttecMvd hr lh K. H. 8tnt Fulr
nod ia uow concctlvd by the uublic In Urn
I mo very um i n'pirauon lor itosionnf
Oray or iiidwl ilulr to lu criminal color (
i prumoiing it u row i d, eratnctiinfr Htv.
imuri ma unnurun, iuu ior v-etung
i inj uasuimvmtr lilt) tiRir. it in mm .
. Uom poifonuiit Uruci, Out not -Cs
(mid tho Unnt liibrie. and OS
tcitvci 1 li bcalD CLEAN. ,w
k ULuisr.
- . . .
J. R. BARRETT st CO., Proprietors,
HXNCHEiTIB, V. H.
For sale hy Dr, J. 3. Stko.no, irujr; i?iat,
July 4, HU7-ly McArthur, Ohio.
VALUABLE
TAVERN STAND
hulbert" house,
Corner Min and Market St8.,
OPPOSITE C0UBT HOUSB,
McArthur, Ohio.
T WILL 0ITI3 AT PEIVATE BALE this valusble
X property, siluiited in McArthur, tliu Coiinty Heat
of Vinton, and the eentie oi tlio vast coal and iron
regions of Ohio. This ia the
Only Iloiol in tlao
there is a gold stable; ail the conveniences necessa
ry to make it what it should be- an excellent loca
tion; und is doing a fine business.
Any person desiring to make an Investment Oj
this kind will do well to call and examine the prom
ises ns I desire to retire Irom the business, and will
sell the property at ooe-hulfits real viiluo.
U. HULBERT.
8apt.mber,18f,7-tf
TSF0RMATI0N-
X ijuoe u Iuxuiihi
Information Guaranteed to pro-
iant growth of hair upon a bald head
or beardless lace, til so a recipe for tlio removal of
rim pies, Hlothes, Eruptions, etc., on the ektn, leav
mg tne same aou, clear, ana cenuumi.can be ootain
ed without charge by addressing Tam F. Cbafxax,
f-j uroaaway, n
York.
W A S II I i O
a
Ml
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tm
km
B
Strong, Simple and Practical.
IT is a Squeezind Machine; warranted no
to injure clothing geared te give six
strokes of the plungers for one turn of the
handle, and 150 turns of which will wash
thoroughly the bulk of Bis to twelve shirts,
according to the size of Machine used.
A GIRL. OR BOY CAN OPERATE IT, and
Six Yeart' experience proves the NoNPABfit
to be the only Washing Machine made which
itandt the test tf Hint and Ute. It is unap
proncbable for
SPFED POWER AND EFFECTIVENESS.
AGENTS WANTD. &iud for tree De
scriptive Circulars to
OAKLEY A KEATING,
184 Water Street, New York City. .
June 0,1807 -0m
FINKLE & LYON
L0CK-STIT0I
Bearing ittacl)tue
- The onlt Maohine so perfected that entire
satisfaction is guaranteed or the purchase
money refunded. ,
Where we have no Acent a sample Machine
will be sold at very low price, and a Local
Agent appointed on the most favorable
terms.
N.B, Send for ciroular. Traveling Agents
wanted. Salary, liberal.
An Agent wanted in every town.
Send for a Circular.
Finkle & Lyon S. Co.
687 Broadway, New York,
June 27, 1867-6m
f ''7i i '' ' '' vS
sl V ,' ' , mac mug J
Divorce Notice.
WILLIAM LOWERY, whose place or resilience is
unknown, is hereby notified that Mniy Ann
Lowrey, did, on the 12th day of August, A. D. 18B7,
(ila her nnlition in thoOlli .'O of the Clerk of the Court
of Common Pleas, withiu end for thecoitnty of Vin
ton, and btatn of Ohio, chnrging tne said William
Lowery with having beon willfully absent from the
said Mary Ana Loworv for more than three years
prior tnereto, and lOf'thntcaitse praying loradivorce
from thaaaid William Lowerv; for the eara, custody,
and control ol three minor children, and for such
other and further relief n ihe naure of the case
and equity may require; which petition will be lor
hearing at the next term of said court.
MARY ANN LOWEST,
fly Myo TJuHadway, her Att'ys.
August 16, I8U7-6W .
irmmpn LIFE. Information and advice of 1
JYL tal importance to the married of both aexes, in
a scaled envelope, con be obtained free t charge bv
addressing the undersigned. ,
lUspectfully, JAMES ft BUTLER, .
.1!y1(t, mi V Brodwy, N. T
j
ja vnctorr.
()ff. su.atij
"WYCKOFF X- KALEK,
ABs'illin town tuaau.;:'.ii3 taS dMimjka
HlkmJaof
Cabinet Furnitaro,r
On M"ArN STREET, oprwsite Dr. TrolftOffli-
McAUTULT?, OHIO.
Th Fumitnte mails ottt of the )v. MAaeaa4
oiuterikl, and by thu uiout eipeneaoW nurxata. ,
BCHEAU3 Every Slyfe.
JKED3TEADS AH KioJiT.
TAULM brery Patters.
CH.VIKS Faery and Convea,
8A3:r, coous, bixsdj, to
always on hand or furnUhedob short aetioe.
Of stl kinds, in furniture, Chuirs, u., ettaaded U
on short notice.
MA TTI2ESSES,
4 superior quality et Uattres9s of all eisM al
ways kept on hand, , i . , . ,
"O" 3d do rtn Is. i xx GZ
Wesrealwuys in reaoiuesj to ATTEND
FIINMKALS in Town and Country, at the
lowest ruki.
' , r ,
A l'air Prloe for ti Fair' ArtloU
Is Our Mottol
Purchasers are requested to call acd ejamine tar
Large tSock of Furnliure
b'for purchasing elsewhere, as we leel oonSdtnl
that we can furnish better and choaper brticlaa tna
any other establisumeut in this viiimty.
VII it & KALX2.
tmr rrni.issiSD.
Xctt Cdlllon, Revised &Enlarf
EVERY MAN HIS OWN LHVYER.
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Law, and Business Ke'otiations for eve.
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Also, the Geueral Bankrupt Law, with
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rupls and creditor to talte full benefit of the
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Also, Pension Laws, wi'.h full instructions
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Also, Patent Laws, with full instraetioM
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The utility of suoh a work no one will
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It will save them money, save them troub
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lawyers' fees, and give them informa'.ioa
that nobody can affurd to be without, 12mo,
650 pages.
Price, handsomly bound, S3. "
Sent, post-paid, on receipt of prioe.
A good, reliable Agent wanted in every
town in the United Statos. Also, a reapon
sible man at all prominent points, ns General
Agent. Also, a lew wl,!e. awake mo, to
travel in establishing Agencies
J. R. HAWLBY & CO.,
1G4 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Any person wishing a cotr
of the above Book, will call on
J W. Bowek,
Agent for Vinton County
rTAE AMERICAN WIT U always fit
J- for any one to read. 25 cants a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
. 81 Nassau Street, N. Y.
SK and receive THE AMERICAN
L WIT. 25 oeote a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau Stieof, N. Y,
G
EN. GRANT is tho Orant of Grant.
THE AMERICAN WIT is 25 oenti
year.. .
RI0HARDS0N A COLLINS,
81 Nassau Sr., N. Y.
DLIUNNEE! Tho Annoodotes in tha
1 AMERICAN WIT.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS
8lNaseao St., N. TV 1
11
OME Amuscmeats io the AMERICAS
WlT. 25 cents a year. .
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
' SlNusatt Sr.' N. N.
FREEDMAN'S Bureau in tho AMER
ICAN WIT. 25 o's. a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau St., N. Y.
TRTSHHA T.TTKS in the AMElilCAN
WIT. 25 ots. year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau St.. N. Y. .
$12 Gold and Silver Watches $12
JOO Gold Hunt'g Cose Lever Wrtchos $10O to J17Reh
ZOO(JoldlttintRi;aexjeineHiiiciw ui i
linotSold Fleted Silver Gnues 60tolOO
UOO Sol id sit fer Case Lever Wntchss 35to 75 "
BOO Solid silver Case lepene Welches 2ftto 7 . ,
fiOOR'ldCompoitHunfgCaswtohe20to 60- ,
All the anovo spieniun waiuiifs win iw auiu nr ,
tia eech, We have adopted the following plant
Certificates describing enoh wnteh ad Us alue, ar
prepared and placed in sealed ennlopea, and tha
holder will be entitled to the Waoh R calls for, up- .
on payment of the $12. Thieis not a lottery, but a
bona flde sale. Procure certificate, and aa thai
are no blanks, every one must get a watch at half th
,,c,ol nvin t l!it. ami man v will eat sotendid
Gold Wnteh for the triftinn sum of$ln. Gernocatea
sent by mall to any addroas for 50 cents eaoha Fiva
wiUbeaeoc for$ J; fldeen for S5; thirty-five for $10.
Auents wanted; send for circular. Address,...
. GILLESPIE, MAXdON. & CO., ,
5l-mJ 8 Beekwaa 8t t Nsw Trk. ,

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