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Items of Local Interest.
Those wishing to purchase an excellen
Sewing Masliiae would do well to call at this
offics. We can sell you a Bewing Machine
that is durable and wliieli will be useful to
Saddlers, Boot and Shoe Manufacturers, Tai
lor. Hatters, and Ilucholsterors. Terms
, - , . t
asonablo.
Saraplee of the work done by these Ma
chines can be Been at this office.
Those wishing to pay their sub
scriptions in Potatoes, Apples, Chick
fin op almost anything elso, will
V""J i -
please cull and do so.
Whatbvke may be said of the merits of
tlm different, sewinir machines now before
the public, there is certainly none that de
serves more espeoiil mention' than the Em
pire Sewing Machine. .
This maohine is not only surpassed in
implicity.VurabiUty and beautiful stitch,
and adapted all kinds of family sewing, and
noiseless when in operation, but is, of supe
rior workmansMp, combining usefulness
with elegnnoe. It is, in faot, a sewing ma
chine that, every family would like to have.
Oct. 21-41
Rag. Wanted. Bring all
this 'liliee, whore the highest
will be paid for them.
your rags to
market price
Head the advertisement of ""Whit
lock's Horticultural Advertiser" in to
day's paper.
Read the prospectus of De
morest's Monthly Magazine and
, of Demorcst's Young Amcriea.
"We will send the Magazine and
iho TVnw-.ratic Enciuirer one
v to. nn,i tlinYmmff A m -
year for $3; and the Young Am -
111V "-' - - - J.
erica and the Democratic En
quirer one year for $2.
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i
Another lot ot Fine Jewelry j
lias iust been received by C. J.
Billinglmrst.
I
For Strictly Pure
While
gLcari at Cincinnati
Prices,
. o to Sissou's Drug Store.
ekp voe Sale. -A. k B. D. Wolf
cArthur, have a lot of very fine
SlIEEl
of Mc
Spanish Ewes and Bucks for sale.
best
Those wishmcr to purcuase ino
Sheep should go and seo them,
u tho time to purchase
Now
I
j
PIANOS FOR SALE.
raiNTras, like other men, Bometimes offer,
ome very good bargains. Any ' person
wishing to purchase a splendid Piano, will
V. from ooe.hundml to ... hundred and
fifty dollars by ca'ling
tit this orace.
an furnisii thorn at greatly reduced rates.
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i
Lost. A Gold Sleeve Button, about
the slzo of a silver dime, with a black
enameled German letter A in tho cen
tre, and black enamel lino around it.
Any person finding and leaving it at
this office, will bo liberally rewarded.
j
For Tni'c Drugs and .Tied-i
I'ltCfs, ge to Sieaon's DrugStore.
He is a worthless being who
only lives for himself.
1
"When people feather
their
nests, thev of course cr
. i ij
CfCL UOlCt
, , n.
Ol tlie ffOlden ffOOSe BO -Olten
read about.
.
!
I
J Lniim'nnA
IS Cieiei IUluetl
E,D.. Dodge
not to be undersold in the
l'Y
Goods line! Go and examine
the stock' of Goods.
'.
!
A Present. Mrs. Sakaii Florence,
of this town, sent us, last Monday, a
very neat and fine pair of woolen
eocks, which sho knit on "Lamb's
Family . Knitting Machine," and for
which present she has our many
thanks. Mrs. 'Florence has pur
chased one of the abovo namod ma-
... chines and is prepared to knit shaws,
hoods, jackets, nubias, sacques, Gari-
baldis, undorsleeves, children's cloaks,
! j little boys' suits, sashes, comforts, era-
, ' vats, iuspeuders, purses, lamp wicks,
mats, tidie3, watch and curtain cords,
; gloves, mittens, and almost any thing
else, for all who wisli any knitting
done. Sho has had the machine only
' .; & few days, but has learned to operate
it very well at least, the pair oi
cocks she sent us look as though she
thoroughly understood how to use the
: T anacliine. Thoso wishing any kind of
i, knitting 4one, would save a great deal
. of timo and much money by giving
; her a call. . ",
James Malonk is Agent for
machine for Vinton, Jackson,
this
and
Lawrence counties.
It
in
Charms strike the sight, but merit wlni the
, : ... wui. w- -,'
f gucb merit, as that which is found In "3ar-
retl's Vegetable RestoratiTe," surely wins
the jffceliOPJof P IntelHgent jmbliij; '
Bu-.i.t, the children .of the -Soldier and
Sailoi s who gaver their lives ror the preser
vation ( tie Union be provided with homes.
and uceive a good education?
This is a question whioh will admit of but
one answer in the affirmative.
It only remains, therefore, for us to poia
out the best mode in which it can be done.
A careful examination hw; satisfied us
and will satisfy the publio, that tho projeot
ors of the Riverside Institute located in
the village of Hiverside, New Jersey, on tht
Delaware have devised the most feasible
method.
Acting' under the charter of the Washing
ton Libiary Company of Philadelphia, in
corported by the Stale of Fennsylvaia, thej
are offering stock at the low rate of $1 pei
share, and will give to each subscriber s
oeautnui and valuable sleol engraving-
worth at retail more than the price of the
ssoch and as an additional inducement'
will distribute among the stockholders pres
ents valued at 300,000.
Who can refuse to do a palratio and be
nevolent action on these terms?
Let every lover of oountry record hie
tme.
Read the advertisement to be found in lb if
paper,
For Ayer' Medicines,
Call at Simon's Drug 8tore.
We can assure our readers
that Henry Richman is offering
his fine assortment of Ready
made Clothing, Trunks, etc., at
extremely low prices. Call and
sec!
Lady
belles.
bathers are
diving
Three amendments to the State
.Constitution were submitted to the
electors of Kansas on Tuesday. One
.,ed for the Btrikin 0I of the
word "white," another for the erasure
of the word "malo, and tho third im
posed certain disqualifications as fol
lows: No person under guardianship.
non compos mentis or insane, no person
i 1 .n I'.l 1 i. 1
convicted of felony unless restorod to
civil rights, no person who has been
dishonorably discharged from the ser
vice of tho United States, unless rein
stated; no person guilty of defraud
ing tho Government of tho United
States, or of anv State thereof; no
Fn Sy . 6 or receiving a
bribe, .or offering to give .or receive a
voluntarily borne arms against the
overnmon'' 01 lne v ntieu oiuies, or
in any manner voluntarily aided or
abetted the attempted ovorthrow of
;said Government, except all persons
1 1 1 1 VI .1- .1 J
wno nave ueen iiononiuiy uisciittrguu
from the military servico of the
United States i, since the first day of
APnl A' D,' 1861' PrOTI(iod th?,t
h ira otni Ann rnoi ni Tnirn t torn n
, , . , , '
in this State until such disability shall
0 removed by a law passed by a vote
0f two-thirds of all the members of
both branches of the Legislature."
These amendments were votca on
separately, and woro all defeated by
decided majorities.
JOSEPH BRAD1ET.
WILLIAM MABX
BBAD3 URY & MARK,
Attorneys at Lcvw,
HoAETHDB, VMT05 OOOTTT, OHIO,
TTTIIX prnctine in Vinton and adjoining countie.
Office on Logan Street.
THE BUBAL AMEBI0AS FOB 1868.
The balanoe of Volnmi for 1867 Free I
This highly popular Parmer's and Fruit Grower's
Paper is published at Utiea, N. Y., on the 1st ami
l.rth of each month, at 81.60 a year, and every sub
scriber rocelves a Gratuity, worth in some caea.
the Full Biibcriptlon fncel The Gratuities eon
f.itoffine Stdel Plate Er.grnvines ; choice Grape
Vins, including the Concord, the best grape in ex-
iftenne? valuable Raspberries and Btrawbernae
the best .cultivated, and numerous other thines
among which s the EARLY GOODRICH POTATO,
that yields one hundred to one of seed the best
tarile potato in existence, lor summer ot winter, and
subjeot to no disease I A package of these Potatoes
a pent tre and post paid to all subscribers who
............ ku. im .a nM(l..MA Ui.ol.ol n
more, worth 5, ss they sold last spring. All
Gratuities are sent Tree of charge for transportation
Orer o,oou dollars worth ot Vines, ao , were mey
son tout in and 7, all of which gave great satis
faction. The Rural American is tlie best Practical
paper for Farmers and Fruit Growers in the United
States, and the cheapest. Send tor a sample copy,
which is sent free, and see tor yourselves what an
elegant, large pitper It is, In 16 page quarto form, to
bind st the end of the year. It you remit on dol
lar and fifty cents for it for 1868, yon will recair the
balance ol the volume tor 1807, free from the time
your money reaches me, and through 1868 for your
money, and a Gratuity, as you shall select I The
full details of these magnificent otlers will be found
in the Rural American. I want a Club Agent in every
town in the United States, as my paper is National
in its character, and circulates in every State In the
Union. The immense success of the Rural Ameri
can, having the largest circulation of any paper in
this oountry that istitled to be called a Practical Ag
ricultural and Horticultural yublication, enables me
to give to Club Agents more for their services than
is offered by any other publisher! The premium list
is magnificent, embracing Concord asd othsr Grape
Vines, by the Hundred and Thousand, down to a
single vine; valuable Watches, splendid hunter
cases, extra Double Gold Plated, worth 25 dollars,
or ouly 40 subsoribrrs, that can be obtained in two or
three days; also the celebrated Roper, Fonr Shoot
ing Repeating ShotGun, that is sold for 80 dollars,
and many other valuable things, that may be found
described in the paper. I havo 60,000 very Hne two
year old old Concord Grape Vines for sale, at one-hall
the prices that others sell the same quality and age
fori Address 'T. B. MINOR, Clinton, Oneida Co.,
N. r.,".s my editorial office and vineyards are loca
ted tftere; - . , ,
TGAFHSS,I '0ATAE1VH, tOONSTJMPTIOir, AHD
Cauoer Oared.
A Treatise on Defhess, Catarrh, Consumption and
Cancer; their causes, means of speedy relief, and
ultimate cure. By a Pupil ot the Academy of Medi
cine, Paris. Sent to any address for 10 cents.
Letterlrom Robt. MoMurdy, D.D..LL.D., Grand
Prelate of Grand Encampment ol U. 8., and Editor of
the "National Freemason:"
Niw Yobk, Sept. IT, 186T.-Dr. Stllwell wag In
charge ol Grace Church Hospital, Alexandria, V.,
during the War. 1 frequently, almost daily, for
months, visited this Hospital, and had every means
of knowing his, reputation for irricwoi and skill.
was of the most credible character, and his success
the treatment ot patients was remarkable. Ror.
McMuaDV. i .
" ORGANIC VIBRATOR.
It fits Into the ear, isnol peroeptible, removes sing
ing noises in the head, ana enables deal persons to
hear dUtinollv at church and publio assemblies This
instrument will often produce results almost miracu
lous, and indeed in most oases of long standing deaf
ness, it will relieve in a short time. It may bead-
justed with the ease of spectacles.
nr. oiiiweii will oepruwsHiooaiiy nomu
Inutnn Pin., llnirernitv Snildlmrs. N. Y.. 10 to 4,
except Tuesdays, when he will be at his rooms 1"32
J'lne street, t'nuaaeipnia, ia. i"-j
.
GIFT CONCERT
AND QSAND
PRESENTATION ENTERPRISE!
Tho Largest, tho 1 Greatest, 'and
most Successful Enterprise
ever inaugurated in tho .
State I
A PRIZE WITH EVERY TICKET f
A PRESENT WITH EACH TICKET I
We Scorn Postponement!
rilE GRAND PRESENTATION CONCERT
AND JENl'DHTAINMENT will positively
take place
Tuesday Ere., Dec. 31, 1807
AT
ASSEMBLY HAUL,
Fill LA DELPHI A , PA.
500,000 Valuable Gifts, valued at $500,-
uui), win De presented to Ticket
Holders, including $195,000
in Greenbacks.
ffo. of TICKETS ISSUED, 600,000. PBICE, 81,00 eaoh
8-Every Ticket Eeceives a Gift.
$00,000
40,000
25,000
10,000
6.000
. 4,000
3.000
2.000
$1,000 each 20.000
600 do 10.000
100 de 2;000
60 do 1000
10 do 8.000
6 do 6 000
1 Farm in Livingston eonnty,N.Y. 10.000
40 Pianos, Cbiokerings, $000 eaoh 20,000
20 Meloileons c"e 150 eaoh 3,000
4 Dilliard Tables 609 eaoh 2,000
1 Set Diamond Kings and Pin 800
'I Cluster Diamond Rings $300 eaoh 600
6 8ilk Dress Patterns - 100 eaoh 500
20 Sewing Machines 75 each 1,500
200 Gents' Gold Watch.. 150 eaoh 30.000
200 Ladies do do 100 each 20,000
200 American II. C. Silver Watches
$U5 eaoh 13.000
200 Pat. Lever H. C do de
$40 eaoh 8.000
50 Gold Watch Chains $40 each 2,000
2000 Photograph Albums 6 do 10 000
-2000 Gold Pens in velvet cases $4oach 8.0C0
1000 Lathes Purses, tine 5 do 6 000
10UU Hold Rines 5 do 5.0U0
nd the balance, cnmnrlslnir Handsome Mirrors.
stationery, Vases, Gold Lined tioMets and O-.ips,
Marble Top tjentrn Tables, bold Bracelets, Plated
Tea Setts, Silver I'itchors. Handsome Books. Rich
dleel Eiiursvuigs, and other articles in addition to
ne auovu, amounting to lun.tiuo dollars, mamng
500,000, Gifts, or aPresentGiveu with
Every Ticket!
a.The Distribution will take place immediately
afier the Concert. A Committee of well-known citi
zens, chosen by the Ticket-holders, will take charge
ol and superintend the dritwing. All Agents and
purchasers will he suppled with a correct list of the
awards ii soon as ptiblied.
MODE OP DK AWING.
Duplicate Tickets, numbered from 1 to 600,000, are
placed in a wheel; the first Ticket dtawn out lakes
mr lligne.Ni prize 01 iiu,iniu, we next me nveuiiu
liiKhest nrise. and so on until the w hole No. SW.oon,
are drawn. The awards will be securely packed and
expressed st expense of ihe owner.
tt.H KN KY SAAI.ESI, Enn., our tnlented Musi-
cal fiirecior, promises a most delightful treat in the
OreheMtral sii J Vucal Exercises for the occasion
no less than twenty artists bemi; engneed.
We are mnr-t dtsirus that al! ticket holders should
he Ttreselit to witness the drnwtni? And therphv rn-
lieve theniaelvcs of any doubt ol the fairness of the
transaction. We assure those who cannot make it
convenient to bt present, that their interests will be
guarneu witn me same natni) as u me were pres
ent. jWe shall keep books numbered from 1 to
600,000, in whioh w ill lie entered the nnme 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 TEIIMS 0B CLUB RATES.
Any party or club sending for three or more tick
ets at one time, and remitting us the money for the
same, will be allowing commission, We will se
3 Tickets to one address for $2.60
5 .do do do do 4 00
10 do do do do 7.50
20 do do do do 14 00
4" Agents wanted in evory Town.
Win every case send the name of each subscrl
ber. Post Office address, state land county In full.
Money in amounts not excee ding twenty dollars
sent at our risk.
The undersigned would most cordinlly recommend
Gen. A. T. Williams to ihe publio, he having won an
enviable reputation as a gallant soldier, and as an
honors ileand reliable gentleman, we believe he will
conduct the presentation with honesty and fairness.
giving sansraciton to an mieresieu, i
Gen. A. C. Lawrenoe, Col. A. 8 Brand,
Gen. F. H. Smith. . Maj. R. B. Nash,
Col. D. D Lewis, A. C. Severanee, Esq
"AII communinatlons should be addressed,
, A. T. WILLIAMS CO.,
No. 307 South Second Street,
, . Philadelphia, Pa.
CERTAIN, :
aitd
Speedy Cure
NEURALGIA,
. Ltd xui
NERVOUS
DISEASES.
In Effect ore
Magical,
IT is UNFAILING BEHDEDf in all C8B6S of
Neuralgia Faoialis, often effecting a perfeot
cure in less than, twentv-four hours, 'from
the use of no more than two ok thru Pills.
No other form of Neuralgia or Nervous Dis
ease has failed to yield to this .
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT.
Even in the severest cases of Chronio Neuralgia
and general nervous derangements of msny years
standing arlecting 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 tails to
produce a complete and permanent cure.
It contains no drugs or other materials in the
slightest degree inj urious, even to the most delicate
system, and can alwatb be used with i
' :"- ' PERFECT SAFETY, ' ; ;
It has long been in constant use by many of our
MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS,, ,
who give it their unanimous and unqualified approval.
Bent Dy man on receipt oi price ana post-
& v :;. ..,..; ..- ,.- j
Onepaokagi V - $1.00, ' Postage 6 otnts
8ii packages 1 5.00, Postage 27 cents
Twelve paokages 9.00, Postage 48 cents
ti u ..M h ll whnleaaln and retail dealers in drugs
and medicine throughout the Onlted States, and by
TURNER k CO., SoU Tropnelort,
4l-6m 120 Tremont St., Boston, Km.
1 Gift in Greenbacks
I Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
20 Gifts do !
20 Gifts do
20 Gifts de
20 Gifts do
800 Gifts do
1000 Gifts do
I
1
a
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HOME MANUFACTURERS!
PUUITIIRI!
James r. wncKo?r.
iOSF.PlI T. KALEB
WYCKOFF & KALEE,
ARE still in town' manufacturing and dealing in
nil kinds of
Cabinet Furniture,
On MAIN STREET, opposite Dr. Wolf's 0m,
M CART QUIt, OHIO.
The lriiftrfturois made out ol the best seasoned
material, and by the inuat experieused workmen.
BUREAUS Every Style.
BEDSTEADS All Kind's.
TABLES Every Pattern.
CHAIRS Fancy and Common
SASH, COOitS, BLINDS, &o.
always on hand er furnished: on short notioe.
H.T3a,lrln
Of all kinds, in Furniture, Chairs. 4u.. attended In
on snort nonce.
M A f TRUSSES.
V superior onalitr 01 Mattresses of all slsna at.
ways kept on hand.
TJ xi dortalting.
Wearealwitvs in readiness to A 'P'I'l.'. NT r
FtlNRKALS in Town and Country, at the
lowest rates. '
A Fair Price for a Fair Article
in Our Mottol
Putohasers are requested to call and examine enr
Large tSock of Furniture
before purchasing elsewhere, as we tee! confident
that we can furnish better and cheaper articles than
any other establishment in this vicinity.
WYCKOFF & KALER.
W A 8 II I Hf O
3
2
Strong, Simple and Practieal.
TTisa SQUisziNa Machine; warranted ne
to iniure clothing geared to give six
strokes of the plungers for one turn of the
handle, and 150 turns of whioh will wash
thoroughly the bulk of six to twelve sains,
according to the size. of Machine used.
A GIRL OR BOY (JAW Urr.lv A IE IT, ana
Six Yean' experience proves the Nonpabfil
to be the only Washing Maohine made whioh
ttandt thetett of iwte ana Uie. it is unap
proachable for
SPEED POWER AND EFFECTIVENESS.
AG'TS WANTED.- Bend lor free De
scriptive Circulars to
OAKLET & KEATING,"
184 Water Street, New Yerk City.
Junes, 1807 -9B1
.; n Sheriff's Sale.
IN PARTITION.
Stat of Ohio, Tinton Connty. '
Lee'Maifln, Plaintift,
In Court of Common
aiininst
Pleas. Order of I
Orrin I). Oould et. al., Def ts. 1 Sale.
TN PURSUANCE of an order of sale In the
above
Jl cause to me directed from the court .
of common
ideas in and for the county of Vinton, and Stateef
Ohio, and bearinz date of September 9th, A. V. 1807,
will odor for sale at public auction, at the door of i
the Court House,.in the Town of McArthur, in said
county, on
MONDAY, the 18th day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1867,
the hour of 1 o'clock p. m of said day, the following
lands and tenements, to-wit:
"Situate in the county of Vinton snd State ol Ohio,
being a part of the South east Quarter of Section
Nineteen (IS,) Township Ten (10,) Range Seventeen
(17, beginning at a stone in the south boundry line
of said Quarter Section: thence west with the said
line 16.70 chains to the east boundry of the Depot
urounus ui me itiRrieitn inciiinsu nauruau wom
panv: thence North-easterly with the line of said De
pot Grounds tl.3ft chains; thence East 2.78 chains to
stone; thence North 2. II chains to a stone; thence
East 10.52 chains to a stone; thence South 7.38 chains
to the place of beninning contaiiog ten acres more
or less." ......
The same to be sold subject to the dower estate
uf Ruby T. Marfln and Margaret M. Oould.
Appraised at five hundred dollars and must bring
iwo-imras ounai sum.
Terms ofSale cash in hand at the time of sale,
JOHN J. 8UOCK.EY,
'' ' Sheriff Vinton County, O.
H. I. Bandy, Att'ylbr Pl'ff.
October 17, 18(17 -ow-lli
Sheriff's Sale.
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Martha J. Hill, Plaintiff, 1 In Vinton county court
against common pleas.
Isaac M. Hill, Defendant J On Execution.
PURSUANT to the command of an execution in
tne above cause to me directed from the court
of common pleas, of the aforesaid county of Vinton,
will offer for sale, at the Door of the Court Honse.
in the Town or McArthur, in aforesaid county of
vinton, on i
TUESDAY, the 2Cth Day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1867,
the hour of 1 o'clock p. . of said day, the fol
lowing described lands and tenements, situate in
the county of Vinton and Stated Ohio, to-wit:
Tim South-East quarter of the South-west
Quarter ef Section' Number Fonr 4,1 of
Number Ten 10,1 of Range Number Eigh
teen II 8,1 containing Forty aores more or
less.
Taken as the nronertv of Isaaa M. Hill to satisfy
Judgment of aforesaid court in favor of Martha J.
Hill.
Appraised at Six Hundred Dollars and must brine
(wo-miras or tnac sum.
Teimsof sale cash in hand on the day of sale.
JOHN J. SHOCKEY,
RheriffVinton county, 0,
D 8. Dana, Alt'y for VYO.
October 24,1867-Swl 2
AWAY WITH
UNGOMf 0B.TABLB
TKUS8IS. .
Comforl and cure-for the
Ruptured.
Bent post paid on receipt
f 10 cents. ddress
Dr, E. B FOOTS,
110 Lexington Arenue,
' Corner East 28th St New
Tor Jr..
CONFIDENTIAL
INFORMATION
Fox tbb MaxrikdI
Sent Frtt in sealed en
velope, on reoeipt of 10
cents. Address
Dr. B. B. FOOTE,
(author of Medioal Com
- mon Sense . Book, 400
pages, $1,60, sent by mail.)
No. 110 Lexington Avenne
or.f East MthSt.N.T,
i
-
a
or
LOOK HERE J
JlST received at BWETLAND'3 a fresh supply
FAMILY GKOCERIES.
AND
ITTH.33 IOTJOB.S.
To which is added a good assortment of
Ctzjstoxn.-2Vlica.G
BOOTS km- SHOES!
Also, a lot of
SHUXGFIED MUSKETS.
Which will make fine
shot a vast
An waich I will sell very cheap! Give me a call!
J. U. 8WJSTLAND.
October 3, 18n7-3i
T II
WE ED
Cl3 Broadway,
NEW YOKE CITY.
"yOULD call particular attention tothcir
New Family Sewing Machines
which are the principal Family Machines that make
the IiOek Stitch, with a brajiiuHT Nkbhls. The
Weed Machines have both the Wheel and Drop
' "i-i .mi o i - niie.i w mi sinus or sewinu.
Prices correspond with those of other First-class
M'H'llinCH.
WEED BEWINO MArillNR C.n .
30) eel Broadway, New York.
ATTENTION" !
Fall Stock !
NEW GOODS JUST
RECEIVED!
HENRY
Main Street,
RICHMAN,
- - - McArthur,
HAS Just received a new assortment of the latest
styles of Goods, which he will
Sell Cheaper than the Oheapeit in Town I
And also having the best assorted stock of
Of the Finest and Latest tyles, for
3Von a,xx&. Boys!
1 also keep
Hats and caps
' BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies and Gents, and a lorge variety of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
I also keep
THtiriKS AND VALISES
Which I will sell to the public at the lowest prices
g7The publio patronage is respectfully
solicited.
October 17, l8G7-3m
SINGER'S
HAIR restorative:
This preparation applied according to direo
t ons ib
Warranted to restore Gray Hair
to its original or natural color) its also acts up
on Gsst Wuiskkbs in the same manner. .
It is mot a. Hits, and contains mo colcbiko
hasteb, nor does it contain any deleterious
subxtance. It cleanses the scalp, promotes
the growth, nnd prevents the felling oH 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 the TOilot.
yPrincipal Eepot, No. 79 Nassau
Street, New York.
SINGER & STRONG,
" Proprietor.
Trice $1. ' 39
FINKL & LYON
LOCKSTITCH
Searing ittactjhu.
The nst.T Machine ao Derfeoteil that entire
satisfaction is guaranteed or the purchase
money reiunuoa.
where we bare no Agent a sample .Machine
will ha sold at very low Brioe. 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.
F inkle & Lyon S, III. Co.
... 68T Broadway, New York.
June 27, 1867-Cm ,
MARRIED LIFE. Information and advice of .
tal imnortance to the married of both sexes, in
sealed envelope) can be obtained n ee of charge by
addressing the undersigned.
Hespectiunyi tAaiaa n, uuitii!.H,
JulylS, 1867 . B23 Broadway, N. Y.
TlTFOBKATlOS'.-Inforrnation guaranteed to pro
X. duoe luxuriant growth of hair upon a bald head
beardless lace, also a recipe for the removal of
Pimples, Blothes, Eruptions, eto.i on the ekin lenV
ins the same soft, clear, and besutifiil.oan be obtain-
$100 from $30.
CREAT CHANCE Td MAKEMONEV
Bi aciineas our Aeents for the snleof J PT L' vr
u DID HTKKI. KNOltAVlNVW
Sieroscopes and Slerovoriu Views of all the noint?i
interest m tlie World. Prise and Htntionery Packets
Silver Hunting Case Watches.
A Inn tillte ..ntl .
i .. ' v"M'rea 'rln,t o.
m fin) will purchase a miscellaneous stock ot
aliove ooas tluil will sell for loo. We otter most
extraordinary inducement snd a chance for those
who wlnhto estiililish themselves ma jiood psyinu
business. For catalogues and lull particulars Jeitd to
HASKIN3 & CH);
Jiinel3,187-C.ml 38 Beck man st. , Key, York,
GKOVKSTKEN'S PIANOS .
GRO VESTEEN'8 riANOS,
GROVE8TEENS PIANOS
4D9 Brcsdwa?, New York,
409 Bmadway, New Yiirlr.
490 Broadwav. New Ynrlt.
ARE nnrivalled for I'vbabilitt, 1'owsr nnd Even
nrssofToXK. Thevnre fit becouiini? th f.
vonle over all others, wnh Miikirinn.. in.f...
snd nil lovers of Good lliisiel They are Warruuied
n every respect, (tend lor Circnliir,
GROVKNSTKKN & CO.,
JulyW 408 Iiroad way, New York.
wjsm
fin . t.
& DBBr?TTiC
Veffetabl
HAIR RESTORATIVE
Wo decided br the N. H. State Fa(r
and it now conceded br the Dublie to be l
j "iw very ucik rreimrniion mr iteaionny I
.i a .. r . .1
i urj w iiucu iiair o im onfrinei ooiorj I
mon and Unndrutr, and for Drenlne; ?
t uiiiiHff ine iiair. ii ii iree. Ji
i irusa naiadnitna unm mm snt a. "V.
VA Jeeves the ttceln CLEAlf.
r y x uio jiair kii u, ana
i, R. BARRETT It CO., Ptoptistott,
KASCnESTEB, K H.
For sale hy Dr, J. S. SThoMO, Druggist,
July 4, lSU7-ly McArthur, Ohio.
VALUABLE
TAVIER1N ST.AND
hulbert" house,
Corner Main and Market Sts.,
OPPOSITE COCET HOUSE,
McArthur, Ohio.
I WILL OTTEB AT PEIVATE SALE this valuabla
properly, situated in McArthur, the Couniy Seat
of Vinton, and the centre of the vast coal and iron
regions of Ohio. This is the
Only Hotel lxx tlxe
. Town,
there is a goid stable; all the conveniences necessa.
ry to make it what it should be; an excellent loci,
tion; and is doing a fine business.
Any person desiring to make an investment oj
this kind will do well to call and examine the prem
ises as I desire to retire Irom the business, and will
sell the property at ono-balfits real value.
H. HULBERT.
September B, 18(S7-tf
TONG Contributor id the AMERICAN
W WIT 25 cents a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau St., N. Y.
WHERE tbe Lsugli Comes in. The
AMERICAN WIT 25 ots. a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau St., N. Y.
THE AMERICAN WIT is a happy
Lit. 25 ots. a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS.
81 Nassau St, N. Y.
August 1, 1807-Bm
STEVENS HOUSEr
31, 33, 25 & 27 Broadway, If. Y.
Oppotitt Bowling Oreen,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN;
THE Stevijm Housk is well and widely known t
the tjaveline publio. 't he location is esoecial v
suitable to merchants and business men; it is in
close proximity to the business part ot the city is
on the highway of southern and western travel and
and adjacent te all the principal Railroad and steam
boat depots
Tits Srsviss TTorsK has liberal accommodation for
over 30(1 guests it is well furnished, and possesses
every modern improvement for the comfort and en
tertainment, oi its inmate. Tne rooms are spacious
a"d well Ventilated provided with gas and water
the attendance it promptnnd respectful, and the table
Is senerously provided with every delicacy of the
season at moderate rates.
GKO. K. CHASE & CO.,
May 23, 1866-6m Proprietors.
FIR8T PREMIUM J.
.V Or m Silver Medal
4f WAS AWAKDID TO
. BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE Q
Cf By the N. H. RUto Airrlcnlturml Society, it
Its JTsir, holdea ia Nuhus, ekpt 20, Itm.
BARRETT'S
Vegetable Hair Restorative
Bwtor. Gray Htlr to Its Natnnl Color i pro-
motes the irowth of the Hair i changes tho
vA100 to th"r ortsinsl organlo action i eradi-
catea Dandruff and tlumore i pravento
Hair falling out i Ii a nipcrior Dreulni. Jl
It contains no injurlmii insredienU, w
.t. and la the moat popular and rail- a
XkK sbl artli-le throughout tho o W
t Eatt, Wet, North, and
' Boath.
J. R. BARRETT 4 CO., Proprietors.'
MANCaSSTEB, N. H.
BLYMlEIi, DAY &. CO.,
MANSFIELD, OHIO
MANUfACTCBISS Of
COOK'S EVAPORATOR,
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
Eubeka Cider Mills,
Victor Cane Mill,
Star Corn Shkller, .
Horse Power Forks,
BUNN'S ESQUIMAUX REFRIGERATOR,
Warner's Sulky Revolving Rak
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
Amalgam Belli, r .
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
MACHINES,
And many
IT Other articles in me waj ui iiuiinau.
Tools and machinery
miwhinerv. '
PUKE HOKGO AND 1MI-Ui.fi BJSSV, ieie
Tarieties. Bend for circulars,
Marcn,l8S7 IV
. DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS I
SEND your address, with stamp, for sample and
catalogue ot Articles for Tonnn and Old, Harriett
and Binele. All should bare them. Addrese
" A ABRIDGES. 74 BLseeilK Strast, Ke Terk Hf
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