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Democratic Enquirer
Items of Local Interest.
Tub Old Quard the only Democratic
magazine published! in the United Plates
for Novmeber is filled with the soundest of
reading. All who desire to understand the
ldous of Liberty, ought to have this tnagaiiue.
The terms are as follows:
One copy, one year, $ 800
Two copies, 5 fiO
Four oopies, 10 00
Five copies, and one to getter up of
the club, 14 00
Tea copies, and one to getter-op of
the club, ' 23 00
Twenty copies, and one to getter-up
of olub, 45 00
Vau Evrie, Horton & Co, Publishers, No,
182 Mew York.
Those wishing to purchase an exoellent
Sewing Masliine would do well to oallitt this
clEcs. We can sell you a Sewing Machine
that is durable and which will be usaful to
Eaddleis, Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, Tai
lors, Halters, and llupholsterers. Terms
eaeonael.
Samples ef the work done by these Ma
chines can be seen at this offioe.
Those wishing to pay their sub
scriptions in Potatoes, Apples, Chick
ens, or almost anything else, will
please call and do so.
Whativer may be said of the merits of
the different sewing machine now before
the public, there is certainly none that de
serves more especul mtntion than the Em
pire 8ewln Machine.
This machine is not only surpassed in
simplicity, 'durability and beautiful stitch
and adapted all kinds uf family sewing, and
noiseless when in operation, but it of supe
rior workmanship, combining usefulness
. with elegance, it is, in fact, a tewing ma
chine that every family would like to have.
Qet. 24-it
Rao Wasted. Bring all
this office, where the highest
will bo paid for them.
your rees to
market price
The attention of tke reader
is directed to the advertisement
of the "Gift Concert and Grand
Presentation Entertainment" in
another column.
Buy a tkket! Every ticket
receives a gilt! That 00,000
in greenback would be a nice
prize!
Sheep for Sale. A. & B. D. Wolf
of McArthur, have a lot of very fino
Spanish Ewes and Bucks for sale.
Those wishing to purchase the host
JSheep should go and soo thorn. Now
m the time to purchase.
PIANOS FOR SALE.
Pristkus, like other men, sometimes offer
some very good bargains. Any person
wishing to purchase a splendid Piano, will
save from oaeghundred to ene hundred aad
fifty dollars by oa'liug at this office. We
an furnish them at greatly reSaced rates.
Lort. A Gold Sleeve Button, about
the size of a silver dime, with a black
enameled German letter A in the cen
tre, and black enamel line around it.
Any person finding and leaving it at
this offico, will be liberally rewarded.
OrutTH, Books anil Stationery,
Persons wishing Drugs, Medicines, or Books,
will do well to call etfliroug's Drug and
Beek Store, corner Kulbert's Block, Me Arthur,
Ohio, where they will find a large stoek ef
Pure Medicines, Liquors, Oils, Pa i ate, Dye
Stuff's, Perfumery, and Fanoy Articles.
Pbysioians can buy as lew in any eaar
kei, in Southern Ohio.
The attention of the public is called te the
large stock of Cap and Note Paper, Pens,
Ink, Paper, Knives, Rulers, to., to.
Sohool Books caa be bought cheaper at
Strong's than at any other establishment is
Tlnton oounty.
Call and lea. May l-6sn
See card of J. Lillibridge,
Fashionable Tailor, in to-day's
paper. Those wishing anything
in his line should give him a
call. ,
Shop, one door east Dan.
Will &Bro's Store.
Samuel Books, of this town, is
erecting a fine building a few feet west
of the Kaler House, on Main street,
which he intends for a Wagon and
Carriage Shop. Mr. Books is a first
class workman, and the wagons, car
riages, &c, which he has manufactured
are a credit to our town. The new
building will soon be ready to be oc
cupied. It greatly improves the ap
pearance of that part of town.
a
.
Hl.
Clothing. The house of Henrt
Richman, in this town, has a large
and well selected stock of mens and
boys' clothing, bought at the very low
est rates, which enables him to do jus
tice by all. Go and see.
1
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fi
g
Remember that E. D. Dodos can
supply you with all kinds of Goods,
at th lowest price. See advertisement.
Tacm Must Triumph. The im
mortal J. K, "ihefgreatcat Orator,
Philosopher, and Satirist that ever
lived," addressed the citizens of this
town, at the Court House, last Satur
day night, on the subject of his sub
liruo principles of Truth and liecon
ciliation. He is the only succcssfu
champion of Truth ! Those who heard
his address are now convinced that
they are in error that Truth must
reitrn triumphant throughout the
world. "J. N." has established his
theory throughout tho world and has
as j
lifted tho veil, and tho wholo world
feels the pressure. The Ohio States
man thus speaks of tho "immortal J,
"With a modestv truly commenda
ble, this great philosopher asks no
glory lor himseit. liis victory is
Iruth s. Content he is to descend to
the grave unwept, unhonored and un
sung, as great philosophers have done
betoro him, it he can but make the
Truth clear to the clouded minds of
tho people both North and South.
With a magnanimity unparalleled, he
assumes all the pressure on himself."
Oh, J. N.I may thee live as long as
the letters are in use that served to
givo thee immortality!
Land for Sale. Alexander Bolar
wishes to sell 160 aeres of excellont
land 100 aeres cleared and in fine
condition and balance well timered.
Good dwelling house, stable, plenty of
water, &o., on the premises. Situate
three miles south of Allensvillo, Ohio,
on the Jackson road.
Two Months for Nothing Look
at This Offtr.W have'roceivod the
American Agriculturist for October.
We wish that all our friends could see
this paper. We know of no way in
which so large an amount of truly
valuablo, interesting, and instructive
roading mattor could bo given to a
family at so small a prico as th sub
scription to the Agriculturist. Each
number contains 32 to 40 largo quarto
pages, and 30 to 50 fine engravings,
many ot them very costly and beauti
ful. Here, in this October number,
we ana, in addition to tho great
amount of valuable information, hints,
suggestions, etc., moro than 30
engravings, several of which are
among tho most cxpensivo ever found
in an Illustrated Journal. This num
ber is of itself rcaliy worth a year's
subscription. The cost of the Ameri
can Agriculturist is only fl.50 for a
year, in advance, or four copies for ?5.
Ihe publishers offer that valuablo
journal free for the remaining two
months of this year to all new sub
scribers for 1SC8, (Vol. 27,) who send
in their subscription during this month
of October. We advise all our readers
to secure it on these terms. It. will
bo sure to benefit all fathers and
mothers, and interest and instruct the
children. bubscriptions should be
sent to tho publishers, Oranoe Judd
& Co., 215 Broadway, New York City.
"Barrett'b Vegetable Hair Eestor-
ative," not only makes the hnir glos
sy and rich, but causes it to grow to
great length.
How pround is every woman of her
soft, long and beautiful hair.
TTTTI
SATURDAY EVENING
POST.
WASHINOTN AT MOUNT VERNON."
The Saturday Evening Post gives a beeti
liftl ileel eanreving, -WashiDgten at Mount
Vernoa" SO iaohes loag by 31 wide to ev
ery fall $2,50 subscriber, sod te every ene
sending a olub.
The lellewiag original - aoveletts aT al
ready on head fot 18GI; Tke Death Shadow
of the Poplars, by Mrs. Margaret liosmer,
author tf "Morrisons, " &o. ; Trying The
World, sy Amanda M. Douglas, author of
"la Trust," &o.; St. teerga and Jib Darg
od, by Elisabeth Presoolt, author of "How
Woman Had Her Way," &e
We also give the very BEST STORIES, &o.
frsm the English Magazines, with Essays,
Sketches, Letters, Agricultural Articles,
News ef the Week, &o.
The Post is hsutrai, in politics, being
exclusively devoted to Literature, and does
not disouss Politioal or Sectarian questions
leaving these to the politioal aid religions
press.
.It offers among its Premiums a great va
iety of Books, W heeler & Wilson's Sewing
Machines, Silver Plated Tea Sets, Spoons,
rnd Pitohers, Gold and Silver Watohts,
Doable Barrel Shot Suns, Croquet, Clothes
Wringers, Appleton'e Cyolopedias, &o.
fyA Splendid Ofveb. New subscribers
whs subsoribe for 1868 by the first of Novem
ber and December numberr ef this year in
addition, making 14 months in all! Those
who subsoribe by the first of December shall
receive the December number, making It
months in all!
Mam V
1 ' IK a MS. '
coov Cant large premium sngravlng) 2.5t
Annies '-09
Tend on gratis! , . : 8.00
ii . . and ene gratis 12.60
fine Bonv of Ladv'i Friend and Pott, 4.00
The getter up of a Clab will always re
ceive a copy of the Premium Engmving.
Members of a . olub wishing the Promium
Engraving must remit On 'Dollar extra.
Thoie desirus of setting an Clubs or Pre
mium Lits should enolose 15 oents for sample
magaiine, containing the particulars.
Address H. PETERSON k CO.,
31 Wtlnut Street, Puiadolphia.
GIFT iCONCEET
AMD OBAHD
PRESENTATION ENTERPRISE
The Largest, tho Greatest, and
most Successful Enterprise -ever
inaugurated in tho
State !
A PRIZE WITH EVERY TICKET
A PRESENT WITH fiACH TICKET !
We Scorn Potpqnement !
THE GRAND PRESENTATION CONCERT
AND ENTERTAINMENT will positively
take place
Tuesday live., Dec. 31, 1807
At
ASSEMBLY HALL,
PEILADELPllIA, PA.
500,000 Valuable Gifts, valued at 8500,-
AAA ...Ml 1 ... . I
vvv, win do presented to Ticket
Holders, including 3195,000
in Greenbacks.
Ho. of TICKETS I33TJED, 500,000. FBI0E, $1,00 eaoh
EEvery Ticket Receives a Gift.-a
1 Gift In Greenbacks $(50,000
40,000
25,000
10,000
6.000
4,000
3.000
2.000
$1 000 each . 20.000
500 do 10.000
100 do 2-000
50 do 1000
10 do 8.000
5 do S.0O0
1 Farm in Livingston county, N.Y
40 Pianos, Chickerings, $500 each
10.009
20,000
3,000
2,000
m Aieioaeons Ce 150 each
4 Billiard Tables ' 500 eaoh
1 Set Diamond Hingi and Pin
2 Cluster Diamond Rings $800 each
800
603
o aiu Uress Patterns 100 eaoh 500
20 Sewing Machines 75 each 1,500
200 Oents' Gold Watches 150 each 30 000
200 Ladies do do. 100 each 20,000
200 Amerioan H. C. Silver Watches
$65 eaeh 13.000
20u Put. Lever II. C do do
$41) each 8.000
60 Gold Watch Chains $40 eaoh 2,000
2000 Photograph Albums i do -10.000
2000 Gold Pens in velvet eases $4 each 8.0C9
1000 Ladies Purses, hue S de 6 000
1000 Gold Rings 5 do 6.000
And the balance, comprising Handsome Mirrors,
Htntinnery, Vases, Gold Lined (Jotplots and :-i,
Marble Top Centre Tallies, bold Bracelets, Plated
1 ea Setts, Silver Pitchers, Handsome Books, Hh-Ii
Hi eel Engravings, and other artintes in aiMitlon to
the above, amounting to los.ctw dollars, making
500,000, Gifts, or a Present Given with
Evory Ticket!
HThe Distribution will tnlte plseo Immediately
afler the Concert. A Committee of well-known citi
zens, chosen by tho Ticket-holders, will lake charge
of and superintend the drnwina;. All Agents and
purchasers will be suppled will a correct list of the
awardsas soon aa publised.
MODE OP DBA WING.
Duplicate Tickets, numbered from 1 to 600,000, re
placed in a wheel; the first Ticket dtswn out takes
the highest priie of $U),OiK). the nett the second
highest prisx, and so on until the whole No. S00,00),
are drawn. swards will be securely packed and
expressed at expense, of rhe owner.
.HKNKY SAAUCS5, Esq., our talented Musi
cal liirector, promise a most delightful treat in the
Orchestral ani Vocal Exercises for the occasion
no less than twenty artinta being engaged.
We are moht desirus that al! ticket holdnrfl should
be present to witoess the drawlni? and thereby re
lieve themselves of any doubt of the fairness of the
transaction. We assure those who cannot make it
convenient to be present, that their interests will be
Auarhed with the same fidelity as 11 the were pres
ent. a-Wo shall keep books numbered from 1 to
6tK),000, in which will be entered the name and ad
dress ol every purchaser, under the number of his
ticket. This will insure the the ticket holder, as
well as ourselves, against loss.
SPECIAL TERMS OR CLUB BATES.
any party or club sending for three or more lick
eta at one time, and remitting us the money for the
same, will be allowing commission. We will send
3 Tickets to one address for $2.60
6 do do do do 4 00
10 do do do do 7 60
JO do do do " do ' 14 00
HarAgents wantod in every Town.
tar In every case send the nam of eaoh subscri
ber, Pont Office address, state and cnunty In full.
Money in amounts not exceeding twenty dollars,
sent at our risk.
The undersigned would most cordially recommend
Gen. A. T. Williams to the public, he having won an
enviable reputation as a gallant soldier, and as an
honorable and reliable gentleman, we believe he will
conduct the preaentuiton with honesty and fairness,
giving satisfaction to all interested.
Uen. A. J. awrenoe, tol. A S Brand,
Gen. P. H. Smith. Maj R. B. Nash,
Col. D. D Lewis, A. C. Severance, Esq
Will communications should be addressed,
A. T. WILLIAMS k CO.,
No. 807 South Second Street,
Philadelphia, Pa.
A SATB,
CERTAIN,
Speedy Ours
10B
NEURALGIA,
1D ALli
NERVOUS
DISEASES.
It$ Effect! mr
Magical.
It is unfailing: behdbdt in all cases of
Neuralgia Facialis, often effecting; a perfect
ours in less than twenty -four hours, !frm
the use of no more than two oft thbsb Pills,
No other form of Neuralgia or Nervous Dis
ease has failed to yield to this
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT.
Even in the severest oases of Chronio Neuralgia
and general nervous derangements of many years
standing affecting the entire system, its use for a
few days, or a tew weeks at the utmost, always affords
the most astonishing relief, and very rarely fails te
produce a complete and permanent cure.
It contains no drugs or other materials ia the
slightest degree injurious, even to the most delicate
system, and can kvm.it be used with
PERFECT SAF1TT,
It has long been in constant use by many of our
. MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS,
who give it their unanimous and unqualified approval.
Bent by mail on reoeipt of prioe and post
age. . .'.
On package $1.00, 1 Postage 6 cents
Six packages: ' 6.00, Postage 27 eents
Twelve paokages 9.00, - Postage 48 oents
It ia sold by all wholesale and retail dealers in drugs
ana medicines tnrougnout me unitea stales, ana oy
TURNER k CO, SoU Proprietor;
!. ' , 120 Treaost Bt., Boston, Man
I Oift do
1 Oift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Oift do
1 Oift do
1 Oift do
20 Gifts do
20 Gifts de
20 Gifts de
20 Gifts . do
800 Gifts de
1000 Gifts do
I
I
paris mmm,
lie Broe's
ECcilr rtostoreuixro.
Whiskers Made to Growinfrom thirty
10 sixty uayson me Bmootuesttaco.
Firtt Premium Awarded at the fane poti-
potuoH.
THE principle of this scient'.ftc discovery is tlio ac
tion of the chemicals upon the skin, and us how
er lies in vitalizing and developing the root of the
ha'r, its stimulates and causes a healthr growth, be
ing composed of the same elements which compose
the hair, it is warranted to urodui-e a Iipiiw c, ,. i
nuinuer in irom u hj ou aays, to cnange grey hair
and wkiskers to their natural color m ..l.i ..t.
It also softens the skin and removes tun, freckles
and moles. So popular has this preparation become
in Fmnce that it is nov indiseensable to a comolete
ceipt nfoue dollar.
.".,. wciikDiTuini. iiui kcui uj miiv nnrfHH nn n.
a nneral discount to the trade. All orders Should
vo iiuuresaeu to
w
W. MURRELL & CO ,
Los 12S Cincinnati, Ohio.
Gt41
ALLEY'S
LING II A L S A M ,
OB THt cokb or
Consumption, Bronchitis,
AND ALL DISEASES THAT LEAD TO II
Such as Coughs, Negl.otod Colds, Pain in
the Chest, and all diseases of the Lungs.
fiirClergymen should use the Balsam for
. their Throats. -
riiHI9 Bnlsamis introduced to the suffering public
J. alter its merits for positive cure of such dineef
have been fully tested. The formula from which it lc
prepared is referred to by the leading med.cnl jour
nals as heingequal to any prescription that can be
made up, for such diseases, by the medical faculty.
The Hafsam la consequently, recommended by phv
sicians who have become aiuainted with its great
success.
As an Expectorant it w po Eq uj
We copy Ihe following interesting letter from Dr
Harris to the Muldlebiiry, Vt., HegiNter, Nov. 20, '68
Ma. Euitob: It is only to subserve the interests of
humanity that I request a short space in vour valua
ble paper to inform the public what. Allen's l.ung
Balsam ,s sure to do. Two years ago I wasnttneken
wilh a severe cold; it settled in my throat, which so
affected the organs of speech that I could nut speak
aloud for nenrly six weeks. I got through the winti r
coughing nights almost incessant ly, with celd nicht
sweats, with increased irrttatoin, which extended in
to the HronchiHl tubes and which kept me couching
all summer. I was at Shorelmm on a proteaionai
visit the past October, when the "good Samaritan"
camealong introducing Allen's Lung Balsam into
Mew England. I procured a bottle end took it ac
cording to direct ons, and found immediate relief.
have now taken two bottles, which has entirely cured
me. Kor the past two years, or during the time 01
my affliction, t whs in a stale of constipation, which
the Hiil nam has almost effectually regulated. Ko
family should be without this valuable medicine. 1
see by the Western papers that the physicians ol
Cincinnati (where the medicine is manulactured) are
introducing It into their practice, and I have no doubt
it will soon become a classical remedial agent for the
cure of all dueases of the throat, Bronchial tubes, anu
the lungs. KATH'L U A KRIS, M. P., Dentist,
Middlebury, Vt., Nov. 10, 1600.
The proprietors ot this valuable Balsam take pleas
ure in calling to it the attention of all medicine deal
ers, desiring that they procure a supply of it, and
reenmniend it to their afflicted patrons and friends.
It will stand the test lot merits, aa has the celebrated
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
which has been introduced to all purl of the inhab
ited world, and is everywhere appreciated and soujih!
alter. The Balsam is for sale by most of the leading
UruguiHts, and can always be had from them, in auj
quantity desired, by the country dealers.
J. M. UAURIS & CO., Sole Proprietors,
Cincinnati, Ohio,
For sale by
8. W. Hissoa, Druggist, McArthur, Ohio.
lr J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Uamden,
R. 9. fi iieoi, Ilamden.
PURIFY YOUR BS-0 (C
DR. WEAVER'S
CANKER SALT EI1EUJ1
jfor the Cure of
Canker, SeltRehnm, Ereysipelas, Scrofulom
Dieeasee, Cutaneous, aud every una oi
disease arising from an impure
state of the blood.
The most effective Dlood Purifier of the Nine
teenth Century I
(STThis Syrup, with the Cerate, we will
warrant to eure any nerd case oi uia
Sores no matter how long standing,
IKg-Bold by DrugiBts Generally.'"'
For eale by
G. W. Biesion, Druggist, Mc Arthur;
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Uamden,
K. B. Wilcox, Uamden.
Fever and
Agne
ad CDUls
to Cure
KILLER.
IRC
Kcniedy
IS
Best
DAYIS'
PAIN
Direction! for if Pis.
TAKE I spoonfuls of the Pain Killer in
about half a pint of hot water.well sweet
ened with molasses, as me miw- v,..ue
on, bathing; freely the chest, baok and bow
els, with the medioine at the same time
Repeat the dose in twenty minutes, if the
first dose doe not stop the ohill. Should it
nroduoe tomiting, (and it probably will,) if
the stomacn is very ioui, -Killer,
in cold water, sweetened with sugar,
after each spasm. Perseverenoe in the above
treatment hae eured many severe and obsti
nate eases of this disease.
PAINKILLER Cmrei re
Throat-
A Favorite Medioine with all classes,
Is Davis Pain Killer.
I
F lev have Painter's Cholie,
" r . , t-! vr:n.
use uii i am viiif.
N
O Medicine is popular
Ai the Pain Killer.
T7"EEP tho Pain
Killer , always at
JV hand, ' ' '
I
F yea bav Coogh or Cold,
use me ram aunr,
LOOK and not gel caught without a bottle
of Pain Killer in the bouse.
LEToverybody use the Pain Killer for
Sprains and. Bruises, '
EVERT sailor ehould oarry a bettle of Pali
Killer with him. . . : , ,
REMEMBER, the Pain Killer is for " both
Internal and External.
The Pain Killer is sold by ' all the Drug
gists and Dealers in Family Medicines.
J. N. HARRIS & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Agents for the Western States.
For sale by .
G. W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArlhnr, . '
Dr, J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamdea,
R, S. W iloox, Hamden. ' : j
Oct. 24, VWMsi . ? -
LOOK HERE!
ft A
Tl'HT received at SWETLAND'3
a fresh supply
wf
FAMILY GROCERIES,
inn
rXTIXH3 LIQUOHS.
To which is added a g iod anaortmentof
Cvxjatoxn-Mica.o
BOOTS AfiD SH025 5
Also, a lot of
SPEINGFIED MUSKETS,
Which will make fine
SHOT O V If St
And which I will sell verv cbtapl Give me aeaUl
J. fc. SWJil'LASD.
October 3, lM71m
I HI
"W" EED
mm MiE co,,
618 Broadway,
NEWYOEK CITT.
"yoULD call particular attention t ftieir
New Family Sewing Machines
which are the principil.Family In-achines that mske
the Lock Stitch, wish ft Stbaiobt Nhi,li!. The
wea machines Yiave hnth the Khul and Tlrnn
Ked, therefore are suited to ntl kieds of sewina.
Prices correinond with thosa of mh.r tri,.at.inau
m nines.
WEED SEWING MACHINE CO.,
Stil Broadway, New Yerlr.
35)
-A.TTZE32STTIOIsr !
Fall Stock !
NEW GOODS JUST
- RECEIVED!
HENRY EICIIMAK,
Mam Street, .... McArthur,
HAS jnat received a new assortment of the latest
styles ef Goods, which he Kill
Sell Oheaper ttrt the Oeeepeit lei Towal
And also having the beet assorted stock ef
DE11HL
Of the Fiaeet and Latest Styles, fcr
3exiL and. Boysl
X also keep
Hats and Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies and Gents, aad a lorge variety ef
Gentlemen's Furnishing: Goods.
I also kee
TRUNKS AND VALISES
Which I will sell to the publio at the lowest prices
Sgy-Tao publio patrenage .it rmreetfully
solicited.
October IT, ItdT Ira
SINGER'S
HAIR RESTORATIVE.
This preparation sppllcd according te direc
tions is
Warranted to restore Gray Hair
to Its original or natural color, its also acts up
on Gam WmsKEiia in the same manner.
It i mi i Lts, and contains colosiho
KAsrtia, nor does it contain any deleterious
substance. It cleanses ihe scalp, promotes
the growth, and prevents the falling otl of the
hair; and as it Imparts to the hair and whis- -kers
a rich natural gloss, and has a pleasant
fragrance is a very desirable article
For tlao TOilot.
ggf Principal Eepot, Mo. 79 Niissau
Street, New York.
SI.NGER fc STRONG,
, Proprittori.
Pucijl. 19
FINXL & LYON
LOCK-STITCH
The only Machine so perfected that entire
satisfaction is guaranteed or the purchase
money refunded. -
Where we have no Agent a sampte jiacnine
will be sold at very low price, and a Local
Agent appointed on the most favorable
terms. '
N.B. Send for circular. Traveling Agents
wanted. Salary, liberal.'
An Agent wanted in every town.
Send for a Circular.
Finkle fc Lyon S. ITI. Co.
68Y Broadway, New York.
June 27, U67-8m
V CARRIED LIFE. Information and advice oM
IV tal importance to the married of both sexes, in
a sealed envelope, can be obtained free of charge by
addressing tne undersigned.
Respectfully, JAMES R. BUTLER,
MyM, 1SST , I Broadway, N. T.
THF0BMAT10H. Information guaranteed to pro
JL duue a luxuriant growth of hair upon a bald head
er beardless lace, also a recipe for the removal
Pimple, Blothes, Eruption, ete., nn the akin, leav.
ing the same soft, clear, and beautiful, can be obtain
ed without charge by addressing Taos. I. - ,
mm fif, new i eaaa , K . t -
of
Take Your Choice t .
ONE DOLLAR commission will be allowed
te ast person sending the names of two new
subscribers w i t fa ihe meaty lor me jear.
A Copy of tie Clurtir for ere year will b
sent to any peuon Binding us four new sub
soribers and fourteen dollars.
A $55 Scwiko Macrisb, eiteei Wheeler k
.Wilson or Grover k Baker, will be eont tu
any person sending ns ths Names of Eiga
toen New Suhecribers to the
NEW YOJRK OBSERVER,"
with the money $8G for one year in ad
vance.
We have sent swsyas premiums more tha
Seren Hundred
ef hee Machines, and they civs nnivcri
satsfaction.
The new subscribers may be from one. or
various p 'acee.
6oTSend by cheek, drafl, or Post-offieo
ordwr.
fcl3Sample copies and Ciroulari aeat
free. '
Terms, 53,C9 a year, in advance.
SIONET E MORSE, Jh., k CO.,
37 Park Row, New York.
7& BflRrlETT'S
Vegeubie
HAIR RESTORATIVE
I Wm decided liv tha W II
I and ! now concttdtjil bw ilui mihiu n 1
I 1mv as t-A-A li.:-.. i. . . I
u viry uvwt I rfl) IMiral ion lor I Mtmlna I
mort anj Dintlruft', tnil for brctflntr C 5
i Slnrl lUartlliVli... I.- ti-i- s t- j r B
from UoUoduus drum iv. J? J
tut nucfti bbrie. sod avv- i
4. R. BARRETT Si CO., Proprletof?,
KiJIOHISIXB, X.K.
For sale bv Dr, J. 8. biko.to, Orugifist,
July 1, 1187-ly McArthur, Ohio.
VALUABLE
TAVERN STAND
FOR SIj I !
HULBERT HOUSE,
Corner Main and Market St.
opposite coubt Horsa,
31c Arthur, Ohio.
T W11L 0FFEB AT PRIVATE 8AIE this valuable
X proerty, aituitel in McArthur, the County Beat
of Vinton, and the centre ol the vast coal and iron
regions of Ohio. Thfsisthe
OnJLy Hotol zx tHo
Town,
there ia a goid stable; alt checojiveniences necessa
ry to mnke it whst it should be: an exoelleDt loca
tion; and is doing a fine business.
Any person desiring to make an investment ej
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. HULBERT.
September!, 1867-tf
T ONQ Contributor in tie AMERICAN
WiT 25 eents a jesr.
RICHARDSON & COLLIN3,
81NessanSt.,N. T.
WHERE tho Lsuph Comes in. The)
AMERICAN WIT 25 ots. a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau St.,N.T.
THE AMERICAN WIT is happy
1
hit. 25 eta. a vtar.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS.
81 Nassau St., N. J.
Aafust 1, I8C7-Sm
' STEVENS HOUSED"
21, IS, 25 & 3T Broadway, IV. Y.
Oppotit Bowling Green,
ON THS EUROPEAN FLAN;
THX Stivems Hocss is well and widely know to
the tiavehng public. The location te especially .
suitable te merchants and business men; it is la
olose proximity to the business pnrt otfheeity is
on me nignway oi suninern ana weciem travel anu
and adjacent te all the principal Railroad and steam
boat depots
Tbs 8msi Hocai hss liberal aeeommodation for
over 300 guests It is well furn, shed, and possesses
every modern improvement for tlie comfort and en
tertainment of its inmates. The ronma are spacious
ad well ventilated provided with lias and water
tha attendance is prompt and respectful, and the table
is ftenernusly provided with every delicacy of Ihe
season at moderate rates.
GEO. K. CHASE k CO..
May3t,1868-0m Proprietor,
. TBI f
A FIRST PREMIUM Jfr
A Of ailwer Medal
SSf W AWABDID TO
BARRETTS HAIR RESTORATIVE Q
Cl Bj the N. H. 8Ut AgTtcultnral Poclrtr,
lis fair, holden in Uuhat, Sept. V,W&
BARRETT'S)
Vegetable Hair Restorative
IiHtnrei arsy Htlr to Its KhirI Color i ere-
notn the stnwth of the Hair chsniet I
i ins 1
. HV
i loota to their oriirinil orennte action i ersdi-
1ru And Uarnora l prerenta
TA Uair hlllng out i U a superior DrrHlnf. fJ
. It eonUInt no Injurlnni Inrmli'nU, w
iur inng out t it a superior lirrtting.
It eonUInt no Injurioni Infrntivnts.
uib ariirio mmugnouK mo
us, wett, Koru, ana W
DOQUl.
R. BARRETT A CO., Preprleterta
iuhcecsthi, S-B.
BLTA1YER, DAY & CO.,
VAN ; OHIO
KASrf ACTUIEBS or
cook's evaporator;
EUREKA CUTTING BOIES.
Ecbeka Cider Mills,
Vicioa uane will,
Siau Corn Shellzb,
hobsb power forxi,
BONN'S ESQUIMAUX BEFRI GERAT P,
Warner's Sulky Revolving Ral t
DOUBLE SnOVEL PLOWS,
Crawford's Garden Cultiyator,
Amalgam Bell.
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
MACHINES,
And many other artiolesia the way of Implement,
Tools and machinery. .
PURS fcOUiiO AMD IMPHII BHD, seleeted
varietiea. Send for oirculars.
Marcn 18,1867 IT
DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS I
SEND your address, with stamp, for sample n
catalogue ot Articles for Young and Old, Msrrie
aad Single. AH should have them. Address
, A. BRIDGES, 7 Bleeebef StreeaSe Ieklf
" fair U.1M7

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