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Items of Local Interest.
i n in niiiiimum
Card to the Public Tho under
., B"?notl, Truutoos of The BiversHe Jn
8'itute, nn Institution chartered by the
S-ato of New Jersey, for the mainten-
. a ico and education of tlvo orphans
vie ooiaiers nna sailors of our whole
country, which ig boing- established
and endowed by the enterprise and
patriotism of the Waahmgton Library
Company of Philadelphia, would an
nounce to the public that in their opin
ion, the enorts" being made by that
Company lor the establishment and
endowment of the Riverside Institute
cannot fail of success. , Their agen
cies have been established, and their
advertisements published throughout
tho country at greift expense, and the
results are now being realized. If the
distribution were to take place, and
th'q labors of the Company cease, on
,fne .nii inst., as advertised, tho In
etitution, though established, would
not have 'provided the means for a
proper and pormanent contiuance, nor
could it bo so extensively useful as the
puoiic anu Trustees clesiro,
After mature considorrtion, wo have
t'icrcforo recommended that the
Washington Library Company post
pone thoir distribution until the 8th
t January next, and continue the
palo of certificates and engravings nn
til that timo, under the firm belief
that the result will assuredly provide
tt permanent home for the mainten
ance and education of very many of
ine orpnans ot thoso who have died in
tne sorvice of their country, .
v Wm. B. Mas,
Jas, E, Scovel,
yr. w.Wahs,
Lewis It. Broomal,
Herry Gorman,
. J. E. Cot,
Trustee.! Of the Riverside Institute,
Rao Wahted. Bridi all tonr raprt to
tli ia offiee, where the highest market price
.w II be paid for them.
' 'TthiEEP for Sale. A. & E. D. "Wotr
of McArthur, have a lot of very fine
Spanish Ewds and Bucks for sale
'JThoee wishing to purchase the best
Sheep Bhould go and see them. Now
",is the ;time to purchase.
PIANOS FOR SALE.
FamTsai,. like other men, sometimes offer
ome Tor; gcod bargains. Any person
wiiMng to purchase a splendid Piano, will
-aave from onejbundred to one hundred aod
A ft dollar by calling at this office. We
iean furnish them at greatly reduced rate. :
TnE following js a list of tho lotters
aincalled for, rema'ta'ihg in the Post
Office at McArthur, on the 1st of Oc
tober: -!.:!.. ;
Mary J. Ankrora, Joseph Allaway?
John B Brown, John Bicger, Sam'l
, Boob, Char-lotto Burris, Br Cloud, Jas
W Cooper, Lovisa A Davis, C Y De
lay, Sam'l fteisey,' Henry Hawk, G N
JTnffoan, Mary Johnson, Elizabeth
Mooe, CummonsMorehead, J C Nun-
y, Joshua Neekerson, George Pago,
.E izabcth Stoob, II "Wilkinson, .
Druen, Books nnA Stationery,
J'ersotrs wishing Drugs, Medicines, or Books,
twill do well to call at Strong' Drug and
liooli Store, comer Hulbert's Block, McArthur,
-Ohio, where tliey will find a large stock of
Jip Medicines, Liquors, Oils, Paints, Dye
.Bluffs, Perfumery, and Fancy Artioles.
Fhrsioians can buy as low as in any mar
feet, in Southern Ohio.
1 The attention of the public is called to the
large stock of Cap and Note Paper, Pen,
Ink, Paper, Knifes, Rulers, &c, &o.
School JJooks con be bought cheaper at
Strong's than at any other establishment in
Vinton .county. ' . '
Cb 11 and see. - May 2-6m
New Goods! Henry Richman has
j ast recoived a largo and fine assort
tnent of Ready -Made Clothing of the
latest styles; a fine lot of Hats and
Caps; the best of Boots and Shoes for
ladies and cents; a great variety of
Gents' Furnishing Goods; and a nice
: lot of Trunks and Valises; all of which
ho will sell at reduced rates. Read
his advertisement in this paper.
'. Bargains. Those wishing
' the; be st bargains in Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,Hats and Caps,
Clothing, or any other article,
should go to E. D. Dodge's es
tablishment on Main street.
we wish to present to our lady-
dreaders and others this week a few
; facts, in regard to the Story which is
'published among our advertisements
in regard -to a "Horrid Deception of a
Young Lady, ' related by C. L. Van
v Allen, 117 Nassau Street, New York.
. "We havo no reason to doubt the au
thenticity of ila-statements, and espe
cially as it comes from that source we
o place much confidence in it. The la
".dies especially ought read it through.
an1 TiAnnlnr -nnrtar. Vin ATirl Vrh
rt rr.,
'.Observer. "VVe have been receiving it
r-iduring the past year, and many of
'our best articles are taken from it.
Voir IIliler' Herb Blltfri
Oo Elisos's Drag Store.
Giving Goods Away!
ofi
I Go to J, K. WiLif for the
cheapest, Dre38 Goods, the
handsomest and most fashion
able shawls cloaks, shirts, hos
iery, gloves, and everything
else you can think off "We
never saw such a great variety
of goods at such low prices.
The store-room is full of goods
and customers three clerks
can't sell fast enough ! Al
going so cheap I -
For Tine Perfumery,
Go to Sisson's Drug Store .
Senator. It is reported that H. C,
Jones, for Senator, has a majority of
about 79 over II. M. Onderdobk.
lhe Radical majority in the District
last year was 3,300, About 100 ne
groes voted in Gallia and Meigs coun
ties for Jones; and Mr. Ohderdonk
will contest his seat in the Senate.
Thk Radicals, being scarce of polit
ical stumpers during the late campaign,
bad the Hon. J. Bradburt, of Galli
polis, come into this county and speak
a low pieces. We had the honor of
an introduction to him in the Audit
or's offico, and during the conversa
tion he politely told us that he knew
of 1 its of Democrats who would vote
tor the Amendment. We hone some
Radical will furnish us tho names of
tho Democrats who voted for it.
For Strictly Ture While
Lead at Cincinnati Prices,
Go to Sisson's Drug 8lore.
Those wishing, to pay their sub
scriptions in Potatoes, Apples, Chick
ens, or almost anything else, will
please call and di so.
For r tire Drngs and Aed
iCIien, 6 to SIraod'h Drue Store.
MARRIED,
On the 3d inst.. bv the Hpt. Jnrnpn Million. Mr
PertHy O. Onnkle aut Miss Naiiojr Bray-'both of
Vihton county.
On the lnt.. at the rexidnnRe of the brirfe'e moth
er, In Elk Township, by 8. O. (las e, Eoq., Mr. Jo
seph D Murphy 1 nd Miss Isaballa Staus.
The Priuters wore not forgotlert-nice cake was
sent.
We hope the hnppy couple may lire and lore each
Other (or ten thousand f eara 1
DEMORBST'S MONTHLY"
MAGAZINE.
DNIVERSLLY acknowledged the Model
Parlor Magaxine of America, dtroled to
Original Ftorics, Poems, Bketehes, Archi
tecture, and Model Cottages, Household Mat
ters, Gems of Thought, Personal and Literary
Gossip (including special departments on
Fashions,) Instructions on Health, Gymnas
tic Equestrian Exeroises, Skating, . Muslo,
Amusements, Kit.; all by the best authors,
and profusely . and artistically Ulistraled
with costly engravings (full size, useful and :
reliable Patterns, Embroideries, Jewelry, and)
a succession of arttstto novelettes, with other
jsefu) and entertaing literature.
No person cf refinement, economical house
wife, or lady of taste, can afford to do with
out the Model Monthly.
Single copiej, 80 cents; hack numbers, at
rpecimens, 10 cents; either mailed free
Yonrly, $3, with a valuable premium; two
Copies, $5 50; three copies, $7 SO; five copies,
$12, aud splendid premiums for olubs at $3
cajh, with the first premium to eaob sub
sciiber, . ,
Addrvsa
W. JENNtNGS DEMORE8T,
No. 478 Broadway, New York. ,
Demoresl's Monthly and Young America
together, $4, with the premium to each.
JU5T PUBLISHER
Twenty Melodic Exercises,
III FORM Of
S0LFEQUIO3 FOR SOPRANO OR MIZZO
, SOPARO VOICES,
IKTBHDIB 41
Stud it i to acquir thi Art tf Singing.
These ezerclHes were composed to be used sl-
multMieouiily with his system,"! he trt of singing,"
ly wun nis system, "i lie in oi oin
other method for the cultivation
or with an;
ny otner metnod lor tne cultivation oi ine
d will take place of Coxconk's SoLraooios:
voice, an
heinir moie melodious and belter adapted for leach
ing. Some of these exercises are specially beautiful
as well as useful, a mingling of dulce at utile, which
secures the interest as well as the improvement ol
the student. The various styles developed in these
exercises render them invaluable in an educational
nnintof view, an Ihev tend to enlarge the intelli
gence and the appreciation, and at the same time
form lhe taste ot the pupil. They must be studied j
carefully with reference to tne uiniimerame maras oi
expression end ornamentation. Upon the minute
accuracy with whioh tneso are accompusnea ae-
pends the actual sterling advancement or ine pupil:
Anv evftaion or Mliirnnii in these resDecta 1a t.me and
eftort utteily wasted, while, on (he other hand, a
close ana patient investigation, son open to mm iu
dent the means and resources bv which great artist
produce their most brilliant aad profound effects.
Watio'abt joukoai.. . .
In Two Tolumei.
Price, each, in Hoards, Retail, $100
do do in Cloth, Retail, ., 2 00
A Sample copy eet by Mall, post-paid, ca
' reooipt of Wholesale rnoe, S1.0U.
Published by WM. HALL & SON,
no. 643 Broadway, new lork., .
Publishers and Dealer in Music, and Manu
facturers of Flutes, Fifes, Flageolets, &t.
Send for catalogue of prioes.
June 20, 186T-6m
j. j.. McDowell, ,
.ttoxrzxey at JLMororf
AUD ...i
- V. 4. Claim Agent,
MeARTHUK, OHIO.
WILL practice In Vinton and adjoining c
Also, Deputy Collector of Internal Ke
conntfes.
venue.
times in tna Vinton uounty oaoa.
June 27, 1867 6m .
D- B. glllVEL,
. McARTHUB, OHIO.
WILt attend promptly to all legal business en
trusted to his oare, in Vinton and adjoining
eountiea. Offloe-ln the Court House.,.
ulyl),J67.Jy
!ILTTElra?IOIril
Fall Stock
NEW GOODS JUST
RECEIVED!
HENRY
RICHMAN,
Main Street,
- - . . McArthur,
TTIS Jnat retired a nrw assortment of the latest
-A-- SIVICS 01 (iOCdl, WlllCt) fid Will
' Sell Cheaper tita the Cheapest il Town I
Aaa alsohavinq the lest assorts stock of
il
Ot the Fiaeat and Latest ?t;!ea, Ibr
lUCexx antiL Boys:
1 also keep
Hats and
Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies and Gents, and a lorge variety of
Gentlemen's Furnishing: Goods.
I alto keep ' "",-
TRUCKS AND VALISES
Which I will sell to tht publie at the lowest prices
SSyThe publio patronace is reaneetfullv
'IIGllSil.
Qctobor 17, HOT 3m
.THE
WEED
mm WACoii co.,
618 Broadway i
NEW YORK CITY.
"TOULD cell ptit'cular attention to their ,
New Family Sewing Machines
which are the principal Family Machines that make
the Loot Stitch, with a Ktuuoht Nievlc. The
Wd Mnchin. s he both the Wheel and Drop
Feed, therefore are su ted to all ninds of dewing.
Prices correspond with those of other First-class
Machines.
WEED SEWING MACHINE CO.,
8) . Broadway, New York.
Take Your Choice I
ONE DOLLAR commission will be allowed
to ast person sending: the names of two new
subscribers with the money for one vear.
.M - . - ... .
A uopy of m Ubitrvir for one year will be
sent to any person sending us four new sub
scribers ana fourteen dollars.
A $55 Sewimq Macbinc, eiteet Wheeler &
Wilson or Orover & 8ker, will be sent to
any person sending us the Names of Eigh
teen New Subscribers to tbt
NEW YORK OBSERVER,
with the money $86 for one year in ad
vance. We have sent away as premiums more than
Beven Hundred
of thee Machines, and
tbey give universal
sai'afaclion.
The new subscribe) may Ve
from one, or
various places.
KaTSeud by caeok, draft,
or I'ost-offioe
order.
ftSTSamp!e copies and Circulars
sent
tree. .
Terms, $3 60 a year, in advance.
SIDNEY K. MOUSE, it., Il CO.,
87 Part Row, New York,
SINGER'S
HAIR RESTORATIVE.
This preparation applied according to direc
t ons is
Warranted to restore Gray Hair
to Its original or natural color; it also acts up
on Gaar Whihibs in the same manner.
It is rot A Din, and contains no coLoaiao
aiiTti, nor does it vontain any deleterious
substance. Iteleanees the scalp, promotes
the growth, and preventa the falling oil of lit
hair; and as it impart to the hair and whis
kers a rich natural glos, and has a pleasant
fragrance ia a very desirable article
For tlio TOllot.
UaTPrincipal Eepot, No. 79 Nassau
Street, New York.
. S1NQER b STRONO,
" Proprittor:
Pic ft. t39
NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
rjHE ('ommlseloners of Vinton county will meet at
X the Bridge acroes Elk Fork of Kaecoon Creek,
near George speed sf In Elk Township, Vinton eoun
tv. Ohio, on
JAIUKDAV, tbt 26th Day of October, A..D.
1867,
at 1 o'clock r. w. ofsaid day, and let to the loweat re
aponsible bidder the building of the
Frame Work of a Covered Bridge
on the Abutments now constructed at said point.
By Order ol the Commissioners. ' '
W. f. FEU'ON, Auditor V. O.
Oetober 3, 1867-td v y ,
BLYIHVER, DAY X CO.,
: . .... MANSFIELD, OHIO
MAtrOrACTCBI
COOK'S EVAPORATOR,
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
ECBXKA ClDEB MlLL8,
Victor Qanb Mill,
SlAB COBM SHXLI.X8,
. Hoesi Power Fobks,
: BUNK'S ESQUIMAUX REFRIGERATOR,
Warner's Sulky Revolving Rake
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
Amalgam Stilt, .
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
r , MACHINES,
And many other articles lathe way of Implements.
Tools and machinery.
PURE eORGO AND tMPHBI BEKD, eeleersd
varieties. Send for oircojara, .
March ,1M7-Ir '
I
LOOK HERE!
JC8T received at SWETLAML'8
of
fresh supply
FAMILY GROCERIES,
inn
To which is added a good assortment of
Custom-Made
BOOTS AD SHOES!
Alio, a lot of
SPRINGFIED MUSKETS,
VYhiek will make fine
SHOT O UNSt
And which will sell Terr chap! Oir me a eall
J. Q. SWETLAND. I
October 3, 1867-3m
Sheriff's Sale.
IN l'ARHTION.
Stall 0 Ohio, Vinton County.
Lee:Mrofln,Plalnli9, " In Conrt of Common
naaingt v pun. . CirA r
TN PURSUANCE of an order of snle in the above
rrin u. itouinei. ai., liens. 1 Bale.
a cwiso to me nireoiea irom the court nrnmmnn
pleas in and tor the county of Vinton, and Ktateef
Ohio, and bearinn date of September llth. A. n. l7.
I will otier for snle at public auotmn, at the door of
the Court House. 'in the Town of MoArthur. m ni,i
county, on
MONDAY, the 28th day of Novem
ber, A. I). 1867.
the hour of 1 o'clock p. m of said day, the following
lands ao tenements, to-wit:
"Situate in lhe e.ounty of Vinton and State of Ohio,
being a part of the South eaat Quarter of Section
Nineteen (19.1 Townehin Ten tlO.l limine Peven (.,,
(17, beKinning at a stone In the outli boundry line
of mid Quarter Hection; thence west with the said
line 1S.7U chains to the earn boundry of the Depot
Grounds of the Marietta 4 Cincinnati Railroad Com
pany; thence -North-easterly with the lu eofsuid Dt
pot Grounds lt.3fichnini thence East 2.7a chain to
a stone; thence North 2.12 chains i a s.one; thence
Eaxt 10.52 chains to a ttone: thence South 7.38 eh
to the place of beginning contaiing ten acres more
orlsa.
The same to be sold rubiect to the dourer !!
uf Ituby T. Marfin and M.iraarel M. Gould.
Appraised at Ave hundiel dollars and must bring
two-thirds of that sum.
Terms of Sale cash In hand at the time ofaala.
JOHN J. 8HUUB.K I,
Sheriff Vinton Count, ft
H. S. Bandy. Att'y for Pl'ff.
October 17, 18U7-6w-13
I HF0RHATC05 Information nnnrnnleed to pro
jluce a luxuriant growth of hair upon a bald bead
r oenratens lace, nlnn a recipe for the remoral of
pie, niomes, eruptions, eto., on the akin, leav
ing the same soft, clear.and beautiful.oan be obtain
ed without charge by addressinc Taos F. Cbituam.
823 Broadway, New Tork.
LOST!
P C,AK rrattsviiie, on Wednesday, October 9th. a
11 InriTA Pm'La Da.,1, AAn,ainin Nm. U..HJJ
picr. ri ::.T. m.VIT "rj
money. Any person finding the same, aud leaving
upon George II. Piles.
iicur n iiBiinriiia, win receifo a emiaDie rewaru.
uetooer iu, iB07-tr
MARRIED MFE. Information ad advice of.
lal importance to the married of both nexea. in
a sealed envelope, can be obtained fiee of charge by
auureseing nib unnersignea.
rlespeciiuuy, JtlHJ rt. oUiLEK,
JnlylS, 1807 823 Broadway, N. T.
STEVENS HOUSE7
21, 7S, 25 & 27 Broadway, If. T
Oppositt Bowling Green,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
TH FT SravBHs Ttocus Is well and widely known to
the traveling public. The location is especially
auitnble to merchants and business men; it is in
close proximity to the businevs part of the city is
on ine ingnway oi sumnern ana western iravei anu
and adjacent te all the principal Kailruadand steam'
boat depots
Ths Steviuis ITousa has liberal accommodation for
over 300 guests it is well furnished, and possosses
eve' y modem improvement for the comfort and en
tertainment of its inmate. The rooms are spacious
aid well ventilated provided with gns and water
the attendance is promptnnd respectful, and the table
is generously provided with every delicacy of the
season at moderate rates.
GEO. K. CHASE & CO.,
May 23, 1800-6m Proprittor.
TO CONSUMPTIVES, Ke- Edwaso A. Wilsoh
will send (tree ol'charge) to all who desire it, the
prescription with the directions for - aking and us
ing the simple remedy by which he was cured of a
lung affection and that dread disease consumption.
His only nhlect is to benefit the afflicted and he hopes
every sufferer will try this prescription, as it will cost
netiiinu, na mav prove n Blessing, rieane anuiess
REV. EIJWARD A. WILSON,
No. 165 South Second Street, Williamsburg, N. York.
May 2, 18H7 -It
. r
rinsi rntmium
Of av Bllrer Medal
WAS AWADID TO
BARRETTS HAIR RESTORATIVE Q
AfT By the N. H. Stats Agricultural Society, at
Y lurslr,hoMlaNsthus,Bpt.Stl;im
BARRETT'S
Vegetable Hair Bestoratlre
Beitom Ormjr flair to Its Katun Color i pro
mote tho growth of tho Hair i than(f tho
rooti to their orifffnal ornnie action i tradl-
eatea DanrlnirT and Humorat preventa
fl Hair flillinK outi ia a aupcrior Orrfting. tfk
It contain! no injurimit inrredienta, V
Mid la tht moat popular and rell-
Vk able artlrle thmarhout tht
W EtWt, North, and V
t, K BARRETT t CO., Proprietors,
' HAfl CBEITEH, n. a. .,
T ONG Contribotor io the AMERICAN
u WIT 25 cent a year.
, KICUARDSON & COLLINS,
. 81 Nassau St., N. T.
WHERE the Lsrjgh Comes id. The
" AMERICAN WIT 25 ot. a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau StN. T.
THE AMERICAN WIT is a happy
Lit. 25 ote. a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS. .
81 iNi.sau St., N. Y.
August 1, 1S0T-Sm
DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS I
SEND your address, with stamp, Ibr sample and
catalogue ot Articles for Young and Old, Married
aad Single. All should have them. Address
A. BRIDGES, 71 Bleecher Street, New York City.
Jull,187-3m - , ,
SECRETS FOR THE MILLION.-A most valuable
and wonderful publication. A work of 400 pagea
and 30 colored engravings. Sr. Hunter's VaHe Me
cum, an original and popular treatise on Man and
Woman, their Physology, Functions, ar,d troubles ol
every kind, with never failing remedies for their
speedy cure.
The practice of Dr. Hunter has long been and still
is, unbounded, but at the earliest solicitation of nu
merous persons, he has been induced to extend his
medical usefulness through the medium of bis "Vade
Hecum." ;
One copy, securely enveloped, will be forwarded
free of postage to any fart of the United States for,
60 cents in P. O. stamps.' Address, post paid, Dr,
Hunter, No. I Division street. New Terk. .- . ;
mjuatia, it-7. . .. .,, .' " i
PA1ST8 FOB FAS1TEB3 aad others.-The Grafton
- oJineral l'auitl.'o.weDoiiiuuliK!turlngthe best,
o.'ieapest. and .nost durable fsini in use; two coaia
well put on, mixed with pure Linseed Oil; will Inst
W or IS yoars; it is ol a Imht btowa or beautiful choc
olate color, and can be ckangreV to jtreen, lead,
jwiir, umu, miivut cream, to sin i taste ol consumer
n is vnmnuie ror nouses, Unrns, Fence
end Cnr-msker.i, Pail and Wooilen-ware
liiral imnlements. Canal n.-Mia. v.u
Bottoms, Csnvns, Metsl snd (-hinale ktools, (it being
Fire end Usler Dronfl Fin., r i.ll .--l,h. ..
lecturer hiiyinn ured MXHJ bhia. tba instr vr.l .J
as a paint for any pu-pose I uawurnassed a.r bodv,
durability, elusiicity, end adhesivenee. Pnce
perbbl. ofaiolbs.. which will eiinnlv (armor S,r
,..,,,,,. nnrrHniea in an cases aa above
bend for aoiroulnrwhiehuiveanill nariim.ra N'nn
eenuiiio unless branded in a trad mark Grafton
wiuerai rami. Aauie.4s
DANIEL BIDrTELL,
Sept. 6, '07-em 26t Pearl Street New York,
f Voff.tblo Vti
VIXAI IVI
I Waa OMlded far tho H. V. ft. P-t-
antl ia bow conetdud hv iKat uhju m k.1
('-" r7 i rrpttniiion lor neHloraaar
Vny or faded Hair to lu original colori J
WrOniOtlUK It Growth. rmlirailrs UmJ I
V Bnd lUsuttlfa tn. ti.. II. 1. I. l.m " A 1
mora and UaBdruft, and for U retain a Cz j
. nm poiwuoui Urun. doeu not CV
. . aasairvej pC3
.CSJCK laavaatUaSraluCLKAM. X.TVJ
an IM On tat fabrio. and
J. R. BARRETT it CO., Proprlstors,
auacnisTSB, jr. a.
or sale by Dr, J. 8. erao.su. Urueuist,
July 4, l07-lj McArthur, Ohie.
VALUABLE
TAYERN gTAND
for o UJ!
HOLBERT HOUSE,
Corner Main and Market Sts.,
OPrOSITB C0UBT HOTJSI,
.
McArthur, Ohio.
WELL OFFER AT PRIVATE SALE thhrvaiuable
pioperty, situsted in MuArihur, the County Bent
Vinton, and the centre ot the vast coal and iron
regions of Ohio. Thisistha
Only Hotel in. tlxo
Town,
there Is a go-d stable; ail the conveniences necessa-
riomsae it wnatit snouid be- an excellent lots
on; and is doing a One business.
Any nerson desirinir to make an investment m
this kind will do well to call and examine the prem
ises as I desire to retire from the business, and will
sell the property at one-half its real value.
U. 11ULDERT.
8spt-mber, 1867-tf
AWAY WITH
bftiOTAOtEj.
OLD ETH HAHX NEW
tatUy without doctor or
medicinei. Sent post
paid oo receipt of 10
cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE,
110 Lexington Avenue,
Corner East 28th Street,
New York.
AWAY WITH
U.C0M70aTABLB .
trusses.
Comfort and cure or tht
Sup lured.
Kent post paid nn receipt
or 10 cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE,
110 Lexingtorr Avenue,
Corner bust 28th St Nei
Yp'rk.
CONFIDENTIAL
INFORMATION
Fob the Married!
Sent Fret in sealed en
velope, on receipt of 10
cents. A'ldress
Dr. E. B, FOOTE,'
(author of Medical Com
tnon Sense Book, 400
pages. $1,60, sent by mail.)
No. 110 Lexington Avenue
Cor. of East 2 8 lb. St., N. Y
Prolate Notice.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Joshua J. Speak,
man, Executor of the Estate of Joshua Spenk-
man. deceased, has filed hi accounts for final settle
ment in the Probate Court of Vinton rountv. Ohio.
and will he for hearing on the 1st dav of November,
A LI. 1W. ilUStirn KALibK,
October 10, 186-3w Probate.li) gs,
KiTiro
LOTTERY.,
To be Draws at Covington, Kr.,
Class E, September lith,
Class P, September 30th,
. 1867. ... . ....
1 prixe
t prise
1 prixe
1 piix
2 prixes
29 prixes
63 orires
f $50.000 1 0 prine of J300
r 20.000 9 prixes of
f 8.000 I 164 prixes of
ef 7 000 1 8 prixes or
tf 5 000 I 220 prixes of
of 1.000 j 18drixetof
of 400 I 261 prixes of
250
200
150
125
100
60
Prixes amounting to $230 650.
32,000 Numbers and 788 Pi izes.
Whole tickets $12; Halves $6,
(Quarters J.
PLAN OF TME LOTTERY. The nnmbers
from 1 to 32,000, corresponding with those numbers
on the ticket, primed on seperate slips of paper, are
encircled with small tin tubes, and placed in one
wheel Thepriies, of which there 788, varying aa
above, from $60,000 to $50,0, are similarly printed
on seperate slips, eosiroled, and placed in enother
wheel. The wheels are then revolved, and a num
ber is drawn from the wheel of numbers, and at the
same time a prise ia drawn from the other wheel.
The number and prise drawn ou' are opened aod
exhibited to the audience, and registered by the com
miseioners, the piise being placed against the num
ber drawn. This operation is repeated until all the
prises are drawn out. .
The above Magnificent Single-Number Lot
tery, whioh will be drawn in publio, in Co
vington, Ky., by Sworn Commissioners, at 1
o'olook P. M-, at tbt corner of Fourth and
Scott Streots. The Kentucky Slate
Lotteries are no Gift Enterprixes, but respon
sible Money Lotteries, that huve been conduct
ed successfully for the past 30 years, and are
drawn under tbe authority of a charter from
the State, and bonds to a large amount are
given for tht payment of all prixet. The
drawings are published in the New Xork
Herald and Cincinnati Commeroial.
The above scheme will bt drawn tht mid
die and last of each month durinf 18.6T and
1008.
Circulars ofLotteries drewinf daily sent
free by application to the Managers. . - ,
Address all orders ror tickets to- i '
MURRAY. 1)1) a & CO.. , I
Jaly 11, Wl-9m CWsyfcA.' '
ir i i .. v.: :i i
is
fflfttajtsllft'Iitft'aSj
SOME MANUFACTURERS!
RSFUBKITURE!!
livti B.wncKorr. osErn,r. rAtaa
AVYCKOFF & KALER,
ARE still la town manufacturing: aej ea&natal
all kinda of "
Cabinet Furriidrrc,
0a MAIM STREET, opposite Dr. vTrtraOaee,
MCARTHUR, OHIO.
The Purnilmeis made out ot the best sewsaeSf
0UIlEAir3 Every Style, f
BEDSTEADS All Kinds.
TAULES Kvery Pattern.
CHAIRS Fancy and Coaoea.
SASH, COOltS. BLINDS, o.
always en hand or furnishedjoo altort oellee.
r-n n. n Furniture. Clialra. in . ...
en short notice.
MA TTJi SSIT3,
K superior uunntv oi ji.n..,.a. .... ,. -t
ways kept on hunU. -v.. mm aa-
TTitxca.ortals.lnff.
weareaiwi.ys in reauiaass to Arl"l'r.'Wr
llwlettNrHAL!:i in T0WB
A 1 air Price for a Fair ,ArtlJ
is Our Mottot
Purchasers are requested to call and examine ear
Lnrge tSoclt of Furniture
before purchasing elsewhere, aa we feel eonfldamt
mat wa oao furnish haftar anH ph..M. -.li-i
any other establistuneni in this vh-initr.
wiciiurr & KALES.
JIST rUDLISHED.
ffew Edition, nevlaed & Enlarged.
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Also, tbe General Bankrupt Law. with
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rnpis and orediiors to take full benefit of the
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Also, Pension Laws, wi'.h full instruotiona
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or Sailor to procure Baok Pay. Pensions.
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Also, Patent Laws, with full instruotiona
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, Also, Excise Laws, Stamp Duties, Post
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whole action of the Government . io relation
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Over 250 pages new matter have been
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and the ooustant demand for it, have settled
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It will save them money, save them troub
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Price, handsomly bound, $3.
Sent, post-paid, on receipt of prioe.
A good, reliable Agent wanted in every
town in the United States. Also, a respon
sible man nt all prominent points, as General
Agent. Also, a lew wide-awake men, te
travel in establishing Agencies.
J. R. HAWLEY & CO.,
161 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Qbie.
Any person wishing a copy
of the above Book, will call on
J TV. Bowex,
Agent for Vinton Counly
TAE AMERICAN WIT is always fit
for any one to read. 25 cents a year,
. RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau Street, N. Y. :
ASK and receive THE AMERICAN
WIT. 25 oeots a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS, '
81 Nassau Stieef, N. T, -
GEN. GRANT is the Grant of Grsota.
THE AMERICAN WIT is 25 oonts
" 7 RICHARDSON & COLLINSj-
81 Nassau St., N. r,-'
DHUNNEE! The Aonccdotei in the
I AMKRK1AN WIT
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
' 81 Nassau St., N. T.
UOJJE A
Wit !
museraents io , the AMERICAN
25 -cents a vear. .
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,-
81 Nassau St., N. N.
T7REEDM AN'S Burem ia tbe AMER
r IPAN WIT. 25 o-s. a roar.
. - i . . i a
RICHARDSON & COLLINS, ;
... 81 Ntesau St..N. Y.
TRISHCALtTES in tbe AMERICAN
1 WIT. ?5 ota. vear.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau St, N. Y.
$12 Gold and Silver Watches $12
200 Gold Hunt' a Case Lever Wrtchus JlOOto 1175 each
200GoldHunf(CasLeivneVTatoliea 75to.l50 "
S00 Gold Hinted 8llvorOns8 60 to 100
600 Soltitgilter Cass I.everWatcrise Si ta 75
IKS) fond silver Cast Leneiie Watches i to TS
&yo4'lit Composite Hiint'gCase watches HO to 60
Aiiineanova spienma wuwurs win d soia ror
til each, We have adopted the following plan:
Cartiflontes describing esoh watch and its value, are
prepared and plaoed in sealed envelopes, and the
holder will be entitled to the Wnt'ih it calls for, up
on payment of the tia. This is not lottery, but a
bona flde sale. Procure a oeriificate. and as there
are so blanks, every one must gat a watch at half the
usual price at least, and many will tret!, splendid
Gold Watch for the trifling sum of flit. Certificates
sent by me II to any a'ldrese for 60 oents each. Five
willUteui for til fifteen for 5; thirty-five forllft,
Aceats wanted; seod for cironlar. Address,
- ' QILLESP1E, MAiaON ft CO.,
Il-taQ ; -; ta Betxmaa St., Nit lira,

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