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Items of Local Interest.
Those wishing to purobaie aa excellent
Sewing Maoliine would do wall to eallatthia
offics. We can sell you a Sewing Machine
that ia durable and which will be useful to
Saddleis, Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, Tai
lors, Hatters, and II upholsterers. Terms
easonabl.
Samples of the work done by these Ma
chines can be seen at this office.
Those wishing to pay their sub
scriptions in Potatoes, Apples, Chick
ens, or almost anything else, will
please call and d i so.
Wfiatkvek runy le auid of the j merits of
thediffercnt sewing machines now before
the publio, there is certainly none that de
serves more espeai'il nunt ion than the Em
pire Sewln Machine.
This machine is' not only surpassed in
siinplioity.Jdurabllity and beautiful stitch,
and adapted all Linda of family rewinj, and
noiseless when in operation, but is of supe
rior workmanship, combining usefulness
with eleganoe. It is, in fact, a sewing ma
chine that every family would like to have.
Oct. 24 4t
TUaa Wanted. Uring all your ra.es to
this office, where the highest market price
Will be paid for them.
Land for Sale. Alexander Boltir
wishes to sell 1G0 acres of excellent
land 100 acres cleared and in line
condition and balance well timered.
Good dwelling house, stable, plenty of
water, &c, ou the premises. Situate
three miles south of Allensville, Ohio,
on the Jackson road.
Thirteen Mo.nths in a Year.
The American Agriculturist tor Novem
Ler has reached as, and as usual it is
full of good things. The present num
ber dates from the new office, 235
Broadway, and in addition to its many
other bcuutiful engravings, contain a
full page cut giving a front view of
the' new quarters.. The increased
business of the Agriculturist has requir
ed new partners, and an enlarged
working forco, and now its necessities
demand enlarged room. In the de
scription of the store now occupied
wo are told that ill is five stories in
bight; it has a front of 25 feet on
liroadway, a depth of 114 feet, with
an L projection, which gives a wide
ntranco on Murray Street, with a
spacious basement extending under
the whole. The front portion of the
main floor is occupied as a sales-room
for a large stock of Agricultural and
Horticultural Books. Farther to the
rear are the subscription and other
business desks, while the basement is
devoted to the important work of fold
ing and mailing the paper. The prin
ters' room, engravers' room, and edit
orial "sanctum" an on an upper floor.
The cost of the American Agricul
turist is only $f.50 for a year, in
advance, or four copies for $5. It con
tains 32 to 40 large quarto'pages, and
is beautifully illustrated -
The publishers offer the December
number of that valuable journal free
of charge to all new subscribers for
1868, (Yol. 27,) who send in their sub
scriptions during this month of No--Yember.
It will bethe best kind of an
investment. Subscriptions should bo
sent to the publishers, Orange Jvdo
& Co., 245 Broadway, New York City.
Sheep tor Sale. A. & E. D. Wolf
of McArthur, have a lot of very fine
Spanish Ewes and Bucks for sale.
Tnose wishing to purchase the best
Sheep should go and see them. Now
ia the time to purchase.
PIANOS FOR SALE.
Printers, like other men, sometimes offer
"erne very good bargains. Any person
wishing to purohase a splendid Piano, will
ere from oneghundred to one hundred and
fifty dollars by ca'ling at this offioe. We
can furnish them at greatly reduced rates.
Lost. A Gold Sleeve Button, about
tie size of a silver dime, with a black
enameled German letter A in tho cen
tre, and black enamel line around it.
Any person finding and leaving it at
this office, will be libenally rewarded.
Drugs, Boobs anfl Stationery,
Persons wishing Drugs, Medicines, or Books,
irill do well to call at Strong's Drug and
Book Store, corner Hulbert'a Blook, MeArthur,
Ohio, where they will find a large stock of
Pure Medioines, Liquors, Oils, Paints, Dye
Stuff's, Perfumery, and Fancy Artioles. " 1
Thysioians nan buy as low as in any mar
ket, in Southern Ohio.
The attention of the publio is called to the
large stock of Cap aud Note Paper, Pens,
J.nk, Paper, Knives, Rulers, &a., to. ;.
School Books pan be bought cheaper at
Strong's than at any other establishment In
Vinton county, :' ' .,
Cull and see. May 2-6n
, i i 1 1 1
E. D. Dodge is selling beautiful dress
patterns at extremely low figuros. Go
and Bee him, ladies! 1 o
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TnB Court Plca8 com
mwiwd nn TnnsT OA 2!). 1fif!7.
I J. I Plyley, Judge;
'Gorge Lantz, Clerk: James Malona,
Deputy Clerk;
J. J. Shockey, Sheriff: A.L.Huntor,
Deputy Sheriff;
Arch. Mayo, Prosecuting Attorney.
The following gentlemen composed
tho Grand Jury:
Stephen Sa'ts, J. Bwe, Henry Rey
nolds, J. T. B'ack,S.C.Case,Eoreman,
II. WHson, James O'Brinc, E.D.Wolf,
Arch. Norris, M. II. "Walker, J. B.
Johnson, Egbert Bowen, John Calvin,
A. Curry, Amzi Morgan.
The Grand Jury wore in session un
til Wednesday afternoon. About 47
witnesses woro examined. A number
of indictments were found.
Tho following gentlemen composed
the Petit Jury:
Richard Clements, Vm. Rowland,
Wm. Smallwood, jr., A, G. Elliott,
John Keenan, Charles Traphagan, C.
S. Ladd, Eii Graves, Clnis. Ilutt, Syl
vester Sry, A. W. Asbury, Jas. Pierce.
There aro 18 criminal cases and 127
civil cases i.n tho docket.
1 (to be continued.)
M, .M ' i
For Mishler's Herb Bittrse
Go Bisson's Drug Store.
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE.
We: are in re'oeipt of this pepular Lady's
Magazine for December. It is a beautiful
number, quite ''ahead of the field." This
magazine, in consequence of its merit ana"
cheapness, had, in 1967, a larger circulation
than all other Ladies Magazines combined. In
1868 it will le greatly impieved: thereadlrg
matter will be increased, and each ndmbber
WILL CONTAIN A DoUBLE-SlZB STEEL FASHION
Platk, elegantly eelared, and a Colored
Pattern in Berlisj Work. "Peterson" isre'
ally the cheapest in the world; and every
body eught te subsoribe far it. Tba terms
will rcmaii $2 ytar to single Babioribers.
Toolubsit is cheaper stilt, viz-. Ire oepies
far $8 00, eight copies for $12.00, or fourteen
copies for f 20,00, Te every person gatting
up a club (at these rates) the Publisher will
send an extra copy gratis.
Specimens seat if written for to these
wishing to get up clubs.-.
Address, past-paid, Charles J. Peterson,
305 Cheetnst. Stret, Philadelphia, Pa.
t or A yt r' Irletliciiies,
Call at Sissou's Drug Store.
Wt would call the attention of our read-
ers to the hw card of Messrs. Bradbury ft'
in to-dav'.. naner. Mr. Ma,r rB.
sides in this lowu, and his partner resides
at Gillipola. Those wishing legal business
attended too promptly should call uponMr.
Mark at his office on -Logan Street. He is
Justice of the Pcnoeof Elk Township.
MARRIED,
On the 31t tilt., by Rev. J. Brine. Lara v-,
elleDoss and Miss Mary Ann Cullom
'
May the happy couple live in the enjoy-
-! .nil.. i : ..l i
ment of bliss, obeying, without a murmur,
the Divine Commands of the Supreme Bu-
r
ler I
1t,
T j ir r T ii
JjOST. A aratt on May & Kuthcn-
rv vii.ii'
DUlg, Cincinnati, U., payn.blO to thO
orderof J. W. Meade, for 8990,00.
, - ., ' v
Afly one nndinn; the Same and Send-
in?? it to B. W. Kftlo.h. Esn.. Tramfl.n
O. Payment on tho draft has been
stoppod.
,. o " . ' vx
JUST I'VBLISIIED.
Kerr Edition, Revised & Enlarged.
"WlDIjiXj'ja
EVERY HAN HIS OWN LAWYER,
and Business Form .Book,
A COMPLETE GUIDE in all Matter ef
Law, and Business Negotiations fer eve
ry State in the Union.
With Legal Forms, and furl instuctiens for
proceeding, without legal assistance, in suits
ana Business iransaouons 91 every descrip
tion. Together with the different State Laws
ooncerning the Collection of Debts, Properly
Exefmpt from Execution, Lein Laws, Uusary,
License to. Sell Goods, Qualification of Ti
ters, Limitation of Aotions, &o.
Also, the General Bankrupt Law,-with
forms and full instructions to enable Bank
rupts and creditors to take fall benefit of the
Aot without legal assistance.
Also, Pension Laws, wi'.h full instructions
and forms to enable the Discharged Soldier
or Sailor to procure Baok Pay, Pensioas,
Bounties, and all War Claims.
Also, Patent Laws, with full iistruotions
to inventors, .
Alio, Excise Laws, Stamp Duties, Post
Uttlceand U.usiom House Regulations, the
whole aotion of the Government in relation
to reconstruction and Freed men; Constitu
tion or the United States, with amendments,
State Seals, with descriptions, &o.
Over 250 pages new matter have been
added, to meet the requirement of the times.
The utility of such a work no one will
now Question. The sale of hundreds of
thousands of copies of the former editions,
and the constant demand for it, have settled
thai point. The professional man, the far
mer, the mechanio, the manufacturer, the
soldier, the sailor, each requires a conven
lent, comprehensive and reliable work.
It will save them money, save them troub
le, save them time, save them litigation and
lawyers' fees, and give them information
that nobody can afford to be without, 12m a,
650 pages.
Price, handsomly bound, $2.
Sent, post-paid, on receipt of prioe.
.A good, reliable Agent wanted in every
town in the United States. Also, a respon
sible man at all prominent points, as General
Agent. Also, a few wide-awake men, to
travel in establishing Agenoiej.
J. R. HAWLEY & CO.,
164 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
h ,
Any person wishing a copy
of the above Book, vf ill call on
; J W. Bowen,
, ; Agent for Vinton County
' nB w aoiwr., mKinS -Mark,
! 500,000, &!fts, or ft Present GlVCnwitfl
:
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l . QWV . CONCERT
U J.!' J. JJ1 JJL)X.
AKD GRAND
PRESENTATION ENTERPRISE!
The Largest, tho Greatest, 'and
most Successful Enterprise
ever inaugurated in
tho
Statol
PRIZE WITH EVERY TICKET I
A PRESENT WITH &ACII TICKET I
We Soorn Postponamenti!
THE GRAND PRESENTATION CONCERT
' AND EM'L'liTAINMliNT will positively
lake place
Tuesday Ere., S)ec. 31, 186 7
ASSEMBLY HALL,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
500,000 Valuable Gifts, valued at 8500,-
M1 1 i .
uuu, win uo presented to Ticket
Holders, including $11)5,000 '
in Greenbacks.
No. of TI0SEI3 ISSUED, 603,000. PBI0J3, $1.00 oaoh
BST Every Ticket Receives a Gift.-H
1 Gift in Greenbacks
$00,000
40,000
25,000
10,000
6.000
4,000
3.000
2.000
20.000
10.000
2 000
, l000
8.000
1 Gift
do
do
do
do
do
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do
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1 Gift
1 Gift
1 Gift
1 Gift
1 Gift
1 Gift
20 Gifts
20 Gifts
20 Gifts
20 Gifts
800 Gifts
$1 000 each
- 600 d.
10O- do
- . 50 do
10 do
1090 Gifts
do
5 do
5 000
1 Farm in Livingston county, N.Y. 10.000
40 Pianos, Chickerings,$G00 each 20,000
20 Molodeons e'e 150 eaoh 3,000
4 Billiard Tables , C0 each 2,000
1 Set. Diamond Ringi and Pin 600
2 Cluster Diamond Rings $300 each 600
6 Silk Dress Patterns , 100 each 600
20 Sewing Machines . 75 eaoh 1,500
200 Gents' Gold Watches 150 each 30,000
200 Ladies do do 11)0 each 20,000
200 American II. C. Surer Watohes
$G5 each 13 000
200 Pat. Lever H. C do de
$40 each 8. 000
60 Gold Watch Chains $40 each 2,0C0
2000 Photograph Albums I do 10 00Q
2000 Gold t'tcs in Telvet watt $4 each 8.0( 0
1000 Ladies Purses, hue 5 do 6 000
1000 Qold Rings 6 do 6.000
And the balance) comprising Handsome Mirrors,
Stationery, Vai.es. Gold Lined Goblets and Cups,
Miirhle Top Centre TuMes, (iold Bracelet!.,' Plated
Tea Setts, Silver Pitehors, Handnome Books, Hieh
tjleel EnKr.Liiugj, nj other article in addition to
Every Ticket!
.The Distribution will take plnoo Immediately
afler the Concert. A Cominittee ofwell-known citi'
sens, chose n by the Ticket-holders, will take charge
of nnd superintend the drawing. All Agents and
purchasers will be suppled witb a correct list of the
awards ns soon as publmed.
MODE OF DBA WING.
Duplicate Tickets, numbered from 1 to oOO.OOO, are
in u l,...l. tl... riKu. w:..i. . .. ,i
the highest priao ol iw.ooo. the next the second
highest prize, and aooi until the whole No. sno.otxi,
are drawn. The award w ill be securely packed and
expressed ntexpnnre of the owner.
M.11KNKY WVALESS, Ei., our talented Musi-
Cal director, promises a most delightful treat in the
Orchestral ni Vocal Exercises for theoccasion-
no leas than twenty artwts being enqaged,
We are niOFtdmirus that all ticket holders should
he present to witness the drawing and thereby re-
lieve theniHtlve of any doubt of the fairness of the
transaction. We assure those who cannot make it
convenient to bf present, that their interests will be
guarhed with the same lidulitj as il the were pres-
tp;mi3-v'S s,1"uV',t.'rp bookn'ibered from i to
600,000, in which will be eniered the name and ad-
dress ot every purchaser, under the number o f his
tuetl ', hi Wl1' "'' t', tiekvt h'der, as
wen as ourselves, esamst loss.
SPECIAL TKRM8 OR CLUB BATES.
Any party or club sendin for three or more tick
ets at one time, and remitting us the money for the
same, wia oe allowing commission, we will send
S Tickets to one address for . $2.60
5 de ' do do do 4 00
10 do do do : do 7.50
20 do do do do 14.00
S?" Agents wanted in every Town.
WSTIn every case send the nam of each auhseri.
ber, Post Office address, state and county In full. .
money in amounts not exceeding twenty dollars,
sent at our risk.
The undersigned would mostcordmllyrecommend
Gen. A. T. Williams to ihe public, he having won an
enviable repulntion as a gallant soldier, and as an
honorable and reliable aeatleman. we belkive he will
conduct the presentaiton with honesty and fairness,
gitiuBnaMsiuctioii to hu jmeEcsiea.
Gen. A. C. Lawrence, Col. ArS Brand,'
Gon.F. H. Smith. - Maj R. B. Nash,
Cot.D; V Lewis,: A. 0. Severance.Esq
wu cornmtininauons snouid be addressed,
, , A. T. WILLIAMS 4 CO.,
No. 30 South Second Street,
Philadelphia, Pa.
A SAFE,
CERTAIN,
Speedy Cure
FOB
NEURALGIA,
AXV ALL
NERVOUS
DISEASES.
lu Effects ore
XagicnU
' It is UNf ailin( eemdedt In all eases of
Neuralgia Facialis, often effecting a perfect
cure in less than twenlj-four hours, from
the use of no more than two or Tiiais Pills.
No other form of Neuralgia or Nervous Dis
ease has failed to yield to this' ' ' . j " ;
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT..
Even in the severest cases of Chronic Neuralgia
and general nervous derangements of many years
standing affecting the entire system, its use for a
few days, er a few weeka at the utmost, always affords
the most astonishing relief, r.nd very rarely fails to
produce a complete and permanent cure. , ,
. It contains no drugs or other materials in the
slightest, degree injurious, even to the most delicate
system, and oan always be used with
PERFECT 8AFETT,
It has long been In constant use by many of our !
- MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS, ; j
who give it their unanimous and unqualified approval.
Bent ojr mail on reoeipt or price aaa post-
,8
One paok&ge v - 1.00, Prstage ,6 ecnts
Six packages 6 00, Postage 27 cents
Twelve paokages 9.00, , Postage (8 cents
It is sold bv all wholesale and retail dealew in drugs
and medioines throughout the United SUM, and by
TURNER 6 CO, Sol Proprietors,
4l-6m ' 120 Trtmoot St., Boston, Maa.
r-.i.: .;,.. ; 1
: S " . ' ' '
'
I)e Broe's
Hair nostorativo.
"Whiskers Mado to Grow in from thirty
1 il ,1 . r.
tuBixiy uayson mo smootnestiace.
First Premium Awarded at the Paris Exposi-
pottion.
1 1 IIK DrinciDlft nriliin acienrflc A
J. tins of the chemicals umm the akin, nnrl its r,.,u.
er lie in vitalising and developing the roots of the
n i, un Biimiiiic ana caums a neaunv growth.be
Ing composed oJ'the same elerrie nts whioh compose
the hair.. Jt i warranted to pi educ a heary roar oC
whisker In. from 30 to 60 days, to change vrey hah
and wkiaJters to their natural color in ci;ht weeks
UkIbo softens the skin and remove tun. Vr..Li...
andmolea. Bo popular has this preparation become
u i uuntj umi ii ih nor inoiNeensnue to a complete
nBwuimr i'i ui w uiyauaress, oil re
ceipt of one dollar.
a liberal discount to trade. AH orders should
W. W. HURRELL k CO ,
6l4l Eox 123 Cincinnati, Ohio.
ALLEY'S
VtfNG HAL SAM,
'. ton the cube or
CpnsuiEiption Bronchitis,
ANQ ALL . DISEASES THAT LEAD TO IT
Sifrij asCoughs, Negleoted Colds, Pain in
jthe Chest, and all discuses of the Lungs.
rClergymen should use the Balsau for
" tjicir. Throats.
T
1I1I9 Bnlsnmis introduced to the sufferini public
utter tt merits for positive cure of such dlnensos
hare bern fully tented. The formula from which it is
prcpsredls refrrred to by el.o leadinK.madlcal jour
nals as beingequal to any pre.-cription that can be
mado up, for such diseases, by the meilicul faculty.
The Baltnin Is consequentlv. rommandod by phy
sicians who have become acquainted with 1U great
success.
As an Expectorant it has do Eqaal
W copv the following interestinR letter from Pr.
ITnrns to the Middlebury, Vt., Register, Nov. UO, 'liO:
Mb. Kuitui:- It is only to subserve the interestsof
humanity that I request nthnrt space in your valua
ble p:iper to Inform the public what Allen's Lunjj
Hiilsnm ,s sure to do. Two years ago I wasattackea
with a severe coldi it settled in my throat, which so
affected the organs ofspcech that I could nut speak,
aloud for nearly six weeks. 1 got through the winter
ennghinit nihis almost incessantly, with cold night
sweats, with increased irritntoin, which extended in
to the Bionohiitl tubes and wluclt kept me coughing 1
1111 Hummer, iniim cmiuibiihiii ou iroirniuuni
'visit tho past October, when the "good tsamaritmj"
camealong Introducing Allen's Lung Balsam into
'ew England. I procured a bottle rnd took it ac
cording to direct;uns, end found immediate relief. I
have now taken two bottles, which has entirely cured
me. For the past two years, or during the time ot
my affliction, I was in a state of constipation, which
the Balsam has almost effectually regulated. No
tnmily should be without this valuable medicine. I
see by the Western papers that Ihe phy.iicinns of
Cincinnati (whore the medicine is manufactured) are
introducing It into their practice, aud I have no doubt
it will soon become a claxsical remedial agent for the
cure of all diseases of ihe throat, Bronchial tubes, and
the lungs. NATH'L IIAHRU, M. D., Dentist,
Middlebury, Vt., Nov. IU, U60.
Tho proprietors ot this valuable Balsam take pleati
urein calling to it the attention of all medicine deal
ers, desiring that they procure a supply of it, and
recommend it to their slllictcd oations and friends.
It will stuiid the test lor merits, as has the celebrated
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
which has been introduced to all par's of the inhab
ited world, and is everywhere appreciated and sought
alter, The Bulsam is for sale by most of the leading
DrugoiHts, and can always be had trom thein, in any
Quantity dcsirea, oy wie country acaicra.
J. N. HAIUUd A CO., Sole Proprietors,
Cincinnati, Ohio
1 For sale he
8. W. Bissan. Brugtat, Mo Arthur, Ohio..
lr J. A. Monnhan, Druggist, HamJen,
R. 8. V ileoz, Iiamdon.
PURIFY YOUTi 33 L0 0D
DR. "WEAVER'S
OAHKERSALTEHEUM
For the Curt of
Canker, Salt Rehum, Ereysipelas, Bcrofulous
Diseases, Cutaneous, and every kind ef
disease arising from an impure
state of the Blood.
The most effective Dlood Purifier ef the Nine
teenth Century I
gg-This Syrup, with the Cerate, we will
warrant to eure any hard ease ef Old
gores no matter how long standing,
teg-Sold by Druggists Generally."!
For rale hy
Q. W, Bissioa, Druggist, McArthur;
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Hamden,
R. 8. Wilcox, Ilamioa.
Fever - and Ague
and Chills
- . xn . . .
Best Remedy to Cure
IS
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER.
Dtrcfion for its Use.
TAKE S spoonfuls of the Pain Killer in
about half a pint of hot water.well sweet
ened with molasses, as the attaok is coming
on, bathing freely the chest, back and bow
els, with the medicine at the same time.
Repeat the dose in twenty minutes, if the
first dose does not stop the chill. Should jt
produce vomiting, (and it probably will.) if
the stomach is very foul, take a little Pain
Killer, in cold water, sweetened with sugar,
after eaoh spasm. Perseverance in the above
treatment has cured many severe and obsti
nate oases of this disease.
Ti A INKILLER Curei lore
X Throaf
A Favorite Medieino with all classes,
, Is Davis' Paia Killer.
I
F you hate Paiter-'s Chelie, ,
- ' use the rain juuer.
N
O Medieine is as popular "
As tba fain Killer.
KEEP J.U
hand, .,
Paia Kulor always at
IF you have a Cough or Cold,
r Use the Pain Killer.
LOOK and not get caught without a bottle
of Pain Killer in the house.
LET everybody use the Pain Killer for
Sprains and Bruises. :
EVERY sailor should carry a bottle ef Pain
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 Medioines.
J. N. HARRIS & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Agents for the Western States. - . '
For sale by ,
G. W. Sisson, Druggist, MeArthur, ,
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Drvijgist, Hamden, 1
R,S. Wilcox, Hamden. I
Oet. 24, WT-im . '
LOOK HERE!
Jl'ST reaoivedit SWETUXD-3 a freA suppf
01
FAMILY
GKOCEEIES,
To which is added a good assortment of
BOOTS SHOES!
Also, a lot of
SrEIXGFIED IIUSKSTS,
Whlo'a will make iso
SJSOT O UN St .
Ana which I will sell very ohespl Give me a aalll
, L !. i. 8 WETLAND.
October 3, J87-3m
, Till ,v
W E jE3 ID
iU M11VU1A
618 Broadicay,
NEW YORK CITY.
yyoULDcall particular atti ntion to their
New
Family Sewing Machines
which are the principM.Family Machines that make
the Loc k fctitch, with a Htiukiht Nkeuu. Th
Weed Mncbinws have both the Wheel and Drop
Feed, therefore are suiled to nil kinds of newina.
rnces COrri-StlOild With thiiNM nf firl.Mr irimt..,luaa
Machines.
WEED SEWING 'MACHINE CO.,
C61 Broadway, New York.
33)
Fall Stock !
NEW GOODS JUST
RECEIVED!
HENRY
Main Street, .
RICIIMAtf,
McArthur,
HAS just received a new assortment of the latest
styles of Goods, which he will
Bell Cheaper than the Cheapest In Town I
Ana also having the brat assorted stock of
Ot the Finest and Latest tj les, for
3VIoaa CUO.C3L Boyai
I also keep .
Hats and caps
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies and Gents, and a lorge variety of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
1 also keep
THUMB AfJD VALISES
Which I will sell to the public at the lowest prices
ESTTbe publio patronage is respectfully
solicited.
October IT, I80T3m
SINGER'S
I3A1R RESTOBATIVE.
This preparation applied according to direc
t ons is
Warranted to restore Gray Hair
to its original or natural color; its also acts up
on Gbkt Whiskkks in the snme manner.
It is mot A I)s, and contains no colcsikq
masteb, nor does it contain any deleterious
substance. It cleanses the senlp, promotes
the growth, and prevents the fallinx oil of the
hair; and as it imparts to the hair and whis
ker a nch nlural gloss, and has a pleasant ,
fragrance is a very desirable article
ar'oi tiao Toiiot.
tPrinoipal Eepot, No. 79 Nassau
Street, New York..
SINGER b STRONG,
Proprietors.
PltiOK $ 1. - . 39
V-FINKL & LYON
LOCK-STITCH
Storing ittadjuUe
The omlt Machine so perfected that entire
satisfaction is guaranteed or tho purohase
money refunded.
. Where we have no Agent a sample Machine
will be sold at very low price, and a Local
Agent appointed on the most favorable
terms. ' .
N.B, Send for circularTraveling Agents
wantea. Salary, liberal.
An Agent wanted in every lawn.
' Bend for a Circular.
Finkle& Lyon S. ltl.Co.
687 Broadway, Mew lork.
' June 27, 1867-6m
MARRIED LIFE. Information and advice ofl.
tHl imporUUlOe to tho mnrrinrf nt knih ln
a sealed envelope, can be obtained free of charge by
addressing the undersigned.
. . . e'Puiiy, JAMES B. BUTLER, '
Julyl,18t7 . , ,. . , Broadway, . y.
JHTORMATIOH, Information guaranteed to psc
"Jce luxuriant growth of hair upon a bald head
tiVAVlA
iWULl'llI, . 11 1 Vli1 I'll
rmpleH'
in tnesame soft, clear, and beautiful, can be obtain-
MBrdw.;?iw y,"rriug T" "u'"1"'
ijMviBimmj'J.U.Wl ml i n a
$100 ' from $30.
GREAT CHANCS TO MAK MONEV
ByautingasourAppnt for the snleof S I-T VKt
stk:l k.vojiaVinW
8ierosi;uiies nn.l Stwotoi'ic Views of fl the pointTi
intrrest in the Worlt Prua and HtatinnerV PuclceU
Silver Himtinu Oace Watches. Also, fine colleotiou
Mn1ner1.1l CurJ Hictures. Colored Prints, in.
';lOwill pup!lmso miswllanenus CfocK oi
alxve oonos thiil will sell for 100. . nric
extrnnrdiunry ln(iuiinent'uiid a chanre for Uiusa
who wishto esthhliKh themst-ivps in a sood psymir
business. Vor caulogues snd lull partioulars Mud W
HASHING & 00.
tine 13. 1807-fiml aa Reckmno nt.. New York.
UllOVESTKEN-a PIAJ.'O..
G R fj Y E S T E E N 3 PIA'NOS
Q-11 0 V E T E E N S PIANOS.
409 BwCwtv, New Yort,
499 npf,V, New York,
499 iodway, New York
FR unrivalled ir T.lKifUTT, Powis nnif Errrit
2 m-s nf'I'.uNr. Thov ro f it tK-dominir ll fa
Tout" over nil oflir". nifh Sliisiciani. k
Hndnll lovor of 000 I Muicf Thy re WariniiKei
li very respect, P.-nd lor ClivulHr,
GtYKNrfTKN ft TO..
S Veeetablo
HAIR RESTORATIVC
Wm dckla?d br thai N. II. ft tot v.i.V
and It dow conceded liv tbe puLUc tab)
ttta vtrjr btwt I'ruuaralfon for itorlOaT I
v lanimi umr iu im ontnnai troiort
DrOlnolinCf Itl (Jrowth. rndiatlnar tl.i 1
mora nU lMQdruft, and for lrehi i
aan.1 ll.Hf. 1..- si... ii- . I t r ft
Irom )oiioi)uus druirs, doei ngi
ma nneti lubrtc. tad T.
OLOSttV
XT
I
4. R. BARRETT Jt CO., Proprietors
MANCHESTER,, Jt. B.
For sale by Dr, J . 8. SraoNQ, Druggist,
Julyt,H(i7-ly McArlhur, Ohio.
VA L U A B LE
TAV:ERN ST;AND
hulberF house,
Corner Main and SlarketSts.,
OPP08ITE COURT HQU6E,
McArthur, Ohio.
T WTJ.L OFTHI AT PEIVATE SALE this valuable
X property, situated 111 AlcArthur, the County Seat
of Vinton, and the centre ot the vast coal and irnn
regions of Ohio. This is tho-
Only Hotel Ixi tJxe
Town,
there is a good stable; ail the conveniences necessa.
rytomake itwhatit should be- an excellent loca.
tion; and is doing a fine business.
Any person desiring to make an investment ol
this kind will do well to call and examine the prem
ises an I desire to retire from the busiuess.and will
aell the property at oue-luit ita real value.
li. HULBERT.
Septembers, 18BT-tf
LONG Contribntoi ia the AMERICAN
WIT 25 cents a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau St., N. Y.
WHERE the Lausrh Comes in. Tht
AMERICAN WIT 25 ot. a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau St., N.Y,
THE AMERICAN WIT is a bappj'
1
Lit. 25 ots. a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS.
81 Naesau St., N. 3f, .'
August 1, ier7-3m
STEVENS HOUSeT
31, 33, 25 & 27 IlroadYvay, X. T.
Opposite Bowling Green,
ON TUB EUROPEAN PLAN.
THE Stevkhs Housit is well and widely known ta
the tiavebna public The location is esneciallv
suitable to merchants end business men; it is in
close proximity to the business part of thecity ia
n wie uigiiwuy oi nonimrn ana weMein travel ana
end adjacent te all the principal Railroad and steam
boat depots
The Htevens House has liberal accommodation for
over 300 guests it is well liirn.shed, and possossea
every modern improvement for Hie comfort and en
tertainment ofita inmates. The rooms are spacious
a"d well ventilated provided with jpis and water
the attendance is promptsnd respectful, and the table
is generously provided with every delicacy of the
season at moderate rates.
GEO. K. CHASE & CO.,
May 23, 186C-6m Proprietors.
1VRO
Tnl K r
FIRST PREMIUM
A Of a Hllver Medal
WAS AWARDED TO A
Try By the N. It. State Airrlctiltund SotUtv,
IU Fur, holdon in Nuhuo, Sept. SO, laA
DIBSETT'I
Vegetable Hair Restorative
BMtom Gray Ttnlr to Its Nstund Colar i pr.
motet the irotrth of tha Hair I ehangef lh
roou to their orlrinal oreinle aerlon i eradl
aa"!,' Pnn'lruft and Unmoral Drrreali ai
llair ralllnE out 1 la a atiperior rro.lng. Jf
pnnniar ana reit-
5. mrouirnom in . MX
hi" Nru,ua w
Booth.
R. BARRETT A CO., Proprratoray ,
.UHCrif3TEB,N.H.
B LI Ml Ell, DAY & CO.,
MANSFIELD, OHIO
MAKrmOTUBERS 01
cook's evaporator,
'eureka cutting boxes,
KiTjBKEA Cider Mills,
Victor Cane Mill,
Sf ar Corn Shellir, -Horse
Power Form,
BUNN'S ESQUIMAUX REFRIGERATOR, t
Warner's Sulky Revolving Kakf
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
Crawford'a Garden Cultivator,
Amalgam, Bells, ,
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
MACHINES,
Xndmant other articles in the way of ImpleweBU.
auninnu mncninery.
rUKB euKtirt AND IM!
varieties. Send for circulars,
Mare lS8, 1807 ly
NO IMPHEE 8ESD, seleeUd
DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS I
SEND your address, with stamp, for sample and
eataloawe ot Artioles for Young and Old, Married
aad Single. All should have them. Addreee
' uy ?1"',hM J1," Tvkf

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