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.A IIOlUilD DECETTIO!
A TOCKQ IADT BHOdyOlTBECIITKD I I
Not lone since, a young man suppose! to
pot-tie's irood principles, but no fortune of
fered his band nod heart ts ft fair yonng
!! wiih snug little furtune of $50,000
The offer was fully considered, and filially
refused, on the grouud that the youig man
ihowed too many years above the young
'- lady; thonjili be was really bat twenty-six
V.i liia fina aid whiskers and hair were
tinged with an awful spriakliag of koarj
while and gray, and fairly indicated a
, round score more of years thaa he and re
ally seen. To Hie young man the refusal
me like a frosty blanket ia a eold eight
whit, wna to be done? What eould be
done? True, his head oame out from uodei
his "Fkit" white as a eooe. after a saow
storm but must this divide tliem.
At once he left the city. Time passed on
and the young lady received antther offer
No objection lo the fine and beautiful lover
eould be found. His head was PERFECT
and his raven locks Lad a most bewilchnip
lustre. Lue time was taken and the oiket
accepted; the day fixed; evary desired prep
ara'im made; tho minister notified, ami
the thing. done. She happy oouple departed
in matrimonial peace and triumph.
Three.balmy days parsed away, when the
loving young husband threw bis gentle arms
around his better half by SEO 000, and said,
' Darling, what do you think of my while
hnirsnow?" The startled aid astonished
bride with uplifted hands, cxolaimed, "Koe
0oe U , is it possible? Am 1 deceived!
Tell me quickly! !" The smiling, jubilant
husband .roguishly replied, "No, you are not
deceived, it is 1, jou are jmnb. And this 1
owe to "Van Allen's Vegetable flair Restor-
And this article we now offer you never
lias had its equalon the American Continent.
We don't recommend you to play the cheat
by its mngio inlliionoe, but we do say :
1st It will positively restore the whitest
hair on the heads of the oldeBt persons to its
original color and beauty, while it often
hriniranuta luxuriant growth where the
hair is entirely gone, without stainingi,the
2d People whose heads may have'become
. gray may readily have their hair restored
unit their heads once more covered with
shining ailky locks, and tresses never sur
nassed in beautv even in early youth. !
3d Every disease to which the hair and
ionlpere subject, finds a healing, restoring
balm in this Drer.iration.
4th Asa dressing no rono claims it has
an eoual. either in richuess-or its perlume,
cr its tendency to keep the hair in its propor
firn If vou want white hair made bcauti-
ful as in youth, grry hair perfectly restored,
a dandruff head rjermanently eloaned, and
itchinir scalD purified, loose hair made fast.
in short, your head covered with the beauty
of raven iocks, and silken tresses, you have
nly to use
VAN ALLEN'S VEGETABLE HAIR
tarOffice of the Proprietor, Ne. 117 Nassau
fcueet, New York.
JtgrSold by all Druggists.
BQTAsk for Van Allen's
VEGETABLE HAIR RESTORER AHD
...... ... DRESSING,
And take no other.
. If not sold by Druggists in your town,
Trial Bottle -will be eent te you by express
upon receipt of One Dollar by mail, thus
giving you an opportunity at once of testing
it excellent qualities.
...Address, C. L: VAN ALLEN,
No. 117 Nissau Street, New 1'erk.
Octeber 10, 13S7-6m
Twenty Melodic Exercista,
IN OHM OT
eOLFEQGIOS FOR SOPRANO OR MEMO
Studia to acquire the Art f Sin$in.
Theae exercises were composed to be used li-
tniiltt.neously with his system, "The Art of bingine,"
or with nnv other method for the cultivation ol the
voice, and will take place of Cokcohk'i t-oi.rotnsj
being moie melodious and better adapted fur teach -
in a Knma of these exercises are sncciallv beautilul
as well as useful, a mingling of dulce at utile, which
"enres the interest as well as rfhe improvement ol
the student. The various styles developed in these
exercises render them invaluable in an educational i
form the taste nt the pupil. Thv mnst be studied
eareluliy wun reierence io ine innumeranio mams oi
expression and ornamentation. Upon the minute
accuracy with which these are accomplished de
pends theactiial sterling advancement ol the pupil;
any evasion or sliirnnL' in these respects s t.meand
effort uiteily wailed, while, on tho other hand, a
elose and patient investigation, and open to tne stu
dent the means nnd resources by which great artist
produce their most brilliant and prolbuud enaota.
Watson's Abt Jocko!.. .."
In Two Tolames..
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June 20, 1867-6io '
SECRETS FOR THE MILLION. A moat Valuable
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lor Two Huhdred Dollars each, with Interest; cne
due October 1st, IBnT; one Uetoberlst, lHtig; one Oc
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OWoner M, 1MT-V
An Old Song Set to a New Tune
At tpring approachet
Ante and Roxchee - - .;
From thtir holei come met, ;
And Mice and Rate
In epite of cale,
Gaily tkip about.
"18 years established in N. Y City.
"Only lalallible wmi'Hiea kaown." ,
"Free from poisons."
"Not dangerous to the human family.
"Hats coino ouloltheir holes to die."
"Costar's" Eat, Eoach, &c.,. ExUrm's
Is a paste used lor Rata, mice, Roachel,
Black end Kl Aftta, Ao., Ac
"Costar's" Bod-Bug Exterminator
la a liquid or wash usort to destroy, aad
nlsaas a preventive for Bod Bugs, Ao.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for Insects
Is for moths, misqnitoea, F!e.s, Ped-aua,
lasocts on I'lanla, Fowls, Aniirala, o.
H- I I I Tirwiai I ! t ofall worthleaslmitationa
iws-See that "Cot-tar's" uame it eneaah box, bot
tle, and Flask, before voe buy
8-Address H KN KV R. COSTAR,
484 Broadway, New York.
BiSrSold in AicArihar, by J. 8. Strong,
and all druggists and dealers everywhere.
For Cuts, Burni, Bruiees, rTounds, Boils,
Cancers, Broken Breasts, Sore Nirples, Blee
ding, Blind and Painful Piles; Scrofulous,
Putrid and Ili-conaitioneu Bores; uiee.r,
Swellings, Eruptions, Cutaneous Affectioas,
Ringworm, Itcb, Cjras,;Bunions, Chilblaias,
&o. : Chapped Hands, Lips, &e.; Bites of
Spiders, Inseetp, Animals, &e.
SSrBoxeB 25 cts., 50 cts., and Jl sixes.
fiSySole; by all drurginta everywhere.
fgTAndhy IIxrrt K. Cestaa, kepot,48i
Broadway, New Terk, !'
iWSold by . S. Btroig, KcArtstr,
(I IE X B O L T I K T,
For Coma. Bunions, Warte, Aa.
aWBxea2!i cts., sv el., aud Intnl.
BviTboiU by all Uiaggists everywhere. - i
lOTAsd by Henry H. Costar, Depot iU
Broadway, New Tork.
STAnd by i. 6. Btreng, MeArthtr, 0.
FOR BEAUtirriNO THE COMPLEXION.
Used to softenand beautify the skin, remove freek-
les, Pimples, fcruptiona, c.
Ladies are now using it in prefereice te all ethers,
EtTSold by all druggists everywhere.
aJ"And by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
13 roadway. New lori, ...
JaTAiid by J. S. Itroig, Xelrtknr, .
For Cough p, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat.
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influensa, Asthma,
(Jonsumption Bronchial ' Atiections and all
diseases of the Tbroal and Lungs.
ISTBottles 25 cts, 50 cts, and $1 sises.
UaTSold by all druggist! eveywhere.
tSTA'nd by Henry ft. Costar, Depot 84
uroaaway, fiew iorit.
And by J. S. Strong, MeArthar,
C O STAR'S
A UNIVERSAL DINNXB PILL.
For nervona and alclt Headache, eoativeneis, indl.
gastion, dyspepsia, bihouieess, constipation, diar
rhea, colics, chills, levers, and seneral daranimni
ol the Digestivo Organs.
aw-tsoxes ; cts, suets, il sizes.
t-tJold by all druggists ererywhere. '
And bj Henry R. Costar, Depot 484 Broad.
way, New York;
And bTJJJSlrong, Hoi., 0.
-ii 't ifiBiorr-1""' 111 ' " "
Whiskers Made to Growinfrom thirty
to sixty days on the smoothest face.
Firet Premium Awarded at the fari Expoei-
THE principle ofthla scientific discovery ialhe ac
tion oftlieeheniieals upon tt-e skin, ami its pow
or lies in vitalizing and dvvploping the roots of the
ha'r, its stimulates and causes a healthy prowth, be
ing composed of the same eloments which eompose
the hair. It is warranted to produce a heavy coat of
whiskers in from 31) to no day, to change prey hair
and wkislit-rs to their natural color in eiiht weeks.
It also softens the skin ami removes tan, freckles
and moles. Ho popular has this preparation become
in France that it is nov indispensable to a complete
toilet. Sent securely packed, to any addread, on re
ceipt ofone dollar.
A liberal discount to lh trade. All orders should
be addressed to
W. W. 1IURRELL & CO ,
6t41 Boxl23 Cincinnati, Ohio.
LUNG 11 A L S A H ,
roB THI CURB or
AND ALL DISEASES THAT LEAD TO IT
Such as Coughs, Neglected Colds, Pain in
the Chest, and all diseases of the Lungs.
Clergymen should use the Balsam for
. - - their Throats,
THIS Balsam is Iniroduced lothe suffering public
alter its merits for positive cure of such diseases
have been fully tested. The formula from which it ia
prepared la referred to by the leadinnimed cal jour
nals as being equal to any prescription that can be
made up, for such dispases, by the medical faculty.
The Balsam is consequently, recommended by phy
sicians who have become acquainted with its great
As n Expectorant it VifcB no Equal
Wecopv the following interesting letter from I'r. i
Harris to the Middlebury, Vt., Kegister, Nov. HO, 'O'l:
Mr, Editor:- It is only to subserve the interests of
humanity that I request a short space in your valua
ble paper to inform the public what Allen's LUmi
Balsam .a sure to do. Two years ago I wasattackeu
with a severe cold; it settled in mv throat, which, ao
affected the owns of speech that I could not apeak
aloud Tor nearly six weeks. I got through the winter
coughing nighia almost incessantly, with cold night
sweats, with increased irritatoin, which extended in
to the Bronchial tubes and which kept me coughing
all summer. I was at Shortham on a professional
visit the past October, when the "good Samaritan":
came along introducing Allan's Lung Balsam into;
New England. I procured a bottle end took ,it ac-;
enrilinirtn direct:ons. and found immediate relief. I'
haro now taken two bottles, which has entirely cured:
me. For the past two years, or during the lime ot
l.my affliction, I was in a stato of constipation, winch
ItheBnlsnm has almost effectually regulated. No
tamilyshould tie without this vnlunble medicine. I
see by the Wmtem papers that the physicians of
Cincinnati (wh-ire the medicine is manufactured) are
introducing It Into their practice, and I have no doubt
it will soon become a classical remedial agent for the
cure ofall diseases of i he throat, Bronchial tubes, and
the lungu. NATH'L HARRIS, M. D-, Uentist,
Middleburv, Vt., Nov. 10, 1806.
The proprietors ot thist ilttnhle Balsam tyke plea
urn in calling to it the attention ofall medicine deal
ers, desiring that they .procure a supply of it, and
recommend it to their afflicted patrons and friends.
It will stand the test for merits, as has the celebrated
Perry Davit' Vain Killer,
which has been introduced to all parts of the inhnb.
itod world, and ia evprvhereapnrecialed and sought
alter. The Balsam is for sale by most of the leading
l)rug:ists, and can always be bad rrnm tliem, in any
quautity desired, by the country neaicra.
i.H. HARHIbCO., Sole Proprietors,
For sale by '
9. W. 6isen, Druggist, Vo Arthur, Ohio
Dr J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Aamden,
R. 8. Wilcox, Hamdcn.
' ? 5 ? , ? 5
PURIFY YOUR BLOOD
GAMER SALT RHEUM
For the Cure of
Canker, Salt Behum, Ereysipelas, Scrofulous
Diseases, Cutaneous, and every kind ef
disease arising from an impure
state of the Blood.
The most effective Blood Purifier ef the Nine
teenih Centu'y I
JSF"This Syrup, with the Cerate, we will
warrant to cure any bard ease et Uid
Bores no matter how long standing,
rcsTSold by Dtugets Generally.
For rale by '
G. W, Sission, Druggist, Mc Arthur;
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Hamden,
R. B. Wilcox, Hamden.
Fever and 2 Ague an tHHIs
Best Remedy to Cure
DAVIS PAIN,; KILLER.
Direction! for itt Use.
nPAKE 3 spoonfuls of the Pain Killer in
I about half a pintof hot water, well sweet
ened with molasses, as the attack 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 it
produceromiting, (and it probably will.) if
the stomaoh is very foul, take a little Pain
Killer, in eold water, sweetened with sugar,
after each spasm.- Perseverence in the above
treatment has cured many severe and obsti
nate cases of .this diseaie.
T)A1NKILLER Cares Sort
X Throat : , , . . .
A Favorite Medicine with alt classes,
U Davis' Pain Killer.
T F jeu tav Painter'a Chelio,'
1 Tee the Pain Killer.
0 Medicine is as popular
As the Pain Killer.
TEEP tht Pain Killer ' always at
IF you have a Cough or Cold,
Use the Pain Killer.
LOOK and not get caught without a bottle
of Pain Killer in tht bouse.
T ET everybody use the Pain Killer for
I . Bpratns ana Bruises.
EVERY sailor should carry a bottle ef Pain
Killer With bim.
REMEMBER, the Pain Killer is for both
Internal and External.
The Pain Killer is sold by all tht Drug
gists and Dealers in Family Medicines. . --
J. N. HARRIS k CO., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Agents for tht Western States, - ,
For sale by .
O. W. Sisson, Druggist, Mc Arthur,
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden,
R, 8. Wilcox, Hamden. ,
HOME MANUFACTURERS !
J0SEN1 V. KMLES
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ARE still In town manufacturing nod deaUaf si
all kinds or
On MAIN STREET, opposite Dr. WoH'sOOae,
The Furnituieis made out oi the best aaaeoned
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BEDSTEADS All Kinds.
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CHAIRS Fancy and Comma
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Ofall kinds, in Furuiture, Chairs, tc, attended to
ou short notice.
MA TTR ESSES.
K' superior quality ot Mattresses of all sites at
ways kept on hand.
XT 33. 3. x t a Is. i xx &
Wearealways Id rea.iiness to ATTEND
FUNK HALS 'u Town and Country, at tne
lowest rates. .
A Fair Price for a , Fair Artiole
Purchasers are requested to call and examine eur
Large iSock of Furniture
bfore purchasing elsewhere, as we feel oonldeat
that we can furnish better and cheaper urticlaa than
any other establishment in thia vicinity.
WYCKOFF & KALSR.
W A 8 EI I N
Strong, Simple and Practical.
IT is a Squeezing Machi.ib; warranted no
to injure 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 shirts,
according to the size of Machine used
A GIRL OR BOY CAN OPERATE IT, and
Sit 1'eare' experience proves the Nonpabfil
tb be ike oily Washing Machine uivle which
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SPFES POWER AND EFFECTIVENESS.
AG EATS WANTUD.- Bend far free De
scriptive Circulars to
OAKLEY k KEATING,
184 Water Street, New York City.
JuneS, HOT -DM
State f Ohio, Tinton Connty.
Lee Ma'in, Plainlift, "1 In Court ef Common
naainst Pleas. Ordr ef
Orrln B. fioiihl et. ai., Derta. J Sale.
IN I'URSUAMOR of an order of sale in the above
cause to tne directed from the court of common
pleas in anil Sir Ihe eounly of Vinton, and state of
Ohio, and bearing dale of September th, A. I).' 1807,
I will ofler far sale at public auction, atthedoorof
the Court nouee, in the iown ol MeArthur, in said
MONDAY, the 28tli day of Novcm-
ber, A. D. 1867, -.
the hour of 1 o'clock p. a of said day, the following
lands and tenements, to-wit:
"Situate in theeounty of Vinton and State of Ohio,
being a part of tho South east Quaiter of Section
Nineteen (1,) TowashipTen (lu,) Ranue Seventeen
(17, lieftlnniiig at a stone in the south bound ry line
of said (Juarttir Section; thence west with the said
line 1H.7U chains to the east houudry of ihe Depot
Grounds ot Hie Marietta Cincinnati Railroad Com
pany; thence North-easterly with the line of said lie
pot Oi-ouBila.ll a chains) Uience Xast 2.7S chains to
a stone; thence North 1 11 chains to a siom : thence
East IS.6'2 chains to a stone; theacebouth 7.3B chains
to the place of beijinimig coutaiinj ten acrvsniore
The same to he sold subject to the dowef estate
of Ruby T. Marin aed M.tMaret M. ftnuld.
Appraised at fire hundieJdollan aud aiust bring
iwu-iuii ui" oi iimi siiiM.
Terms olftale each in hand at the t ine ef sale,
. JOHN J. SaMCKKY,,
fhrift Viutoa Ceuatv, 4
. . endy, Att'y fer Pl'ff.
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Martha J. Hill, Plaintiff, ) In Vinton cetinty eourt
Kiinsi v common pleas.
Nasi M. Hill. Defendant J On Execution.
PUBSt'ANT to the command of an execution in
ttie above cause to me directed from ih
of common pleas, of the aforesaid county of Vinton,
1 will offer for aale, at the Door of ' the Court H
in tii Town of MeArthur,- ia aforesaid tounly of
TUESDAY, the 26th Day of Novem
ber, A. L). 1867,
at the hour of 1 o'clock r. u. ot said day. the fol
lowing described lands and tenements, aituileia
the county of Vinton and State ol Ohio, to-wit:
The bouth-Kasi Quarter of the South-West
quarter ef Beotinu Number Four 4, of
Number Ten 10, of Range Number .Eigh
teen 18, containing Forty acres , more or
Taken as the nrenertv of Isaan M. Hill In tif.
s judgment ol aforesaid court in Iftvor of Martha J.
Appraised at Six Hundred Dollars and muat bring
two-thirds of that sum.
ieima of aale cash in hand on the day of sale.
. , . JOHN J. 840C1CI2V,
Sheriff Vinton county, O.
D 8. Dana. Att'y for PI'B. '
October 24, 1SS7-6W-1S
' TRUSSES. ;' ;
Comfort and cure for ' the
bent post paid on receipt
I iu cents. ddreas
Dr. B. B F00TE,
110 Lexington Avenue,
Corner Last J8lh St., New
, Tor ths Married!
: . , Sent Free in sealed en
velope, on receipt of 10
Dr, . B. FOOTK,
(author of Medical - Com
mon Sense Book, 400
pages, 1,60, sent by mail.)
, Ko. 110 Lexington Avenue
7r. ef Basl JstkS M,T,
I ft .A r
M' ARTHUR NURSERY
T. cJb W, GOLD,
WOULD reapectfully Inrbrm thecitUens oj Vu.-J
and other couutiis that they liaNe, at .1- r
BUR8EST, one mile north-eaat from UcArthn, .
the very best varieties ol
Apple Trees and Peach Trees;
We warrant nil our atttek true to name and n' a
low prices as can he obtained anywhere, anu it ie
all persons to call and examine it.
Any letter addrescd to us, as to prices or . r
tics will be promptly answered.
J & W. GOLD, MeArthur, O.
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PAINTS FOR FARMERS and othws.-The Graaon
I X iMiiiviul i ui lit Co. are now in inuiautuiiiig the best,
cheapest, aim .nost fliirauie aint in use: two coaie
well put on, mixed with pure Linseed Oil, will last
VI or 15 vein s; H is ol a Imht brown or beautiful choc
olaln color, and can be chanxed to green, lead,
atone, druh, oltvoor cream, tosuit tnsto of consumer.
It is valuable tor Houses, Hums, Fence, Carrtnjta
aiid Ciir-maker.', Pail and Wooden-ware, Anciil
turd Implements, Canal Hints, Vessels and hhipa
Bottom, Canvas. Metal and shingle Hoots, (it bung
Fire and Water proul,) Floor i il cloths, (one manu
facturer hnv'tii! used 6tW(i bbls. the past year,) and
as a paint for any pu-pose is nnsiirpiissed li r body,
durability, i-las.ii-iiy, and adhesiveness. 1'rn e S
per bhl. of 3uo His., which will supply n former for
yeara to come. Warranted in all ew-es as above.
a end f'.r lu'ireulnrwhichjuveslull nartioulara. IS'oue
genuine unless branded ill a trade nu.rk Gialton
Mineral I'aint. Add.e's
Sept. 5, '(I7-Crr. 264 I'earl street New York,
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
rtepresentiitive in ronttress H. B. ib'M'Y.
Suite Senator J. HK.ALiHUKY.
Common l'lsas Judge-.!. P. PLYI.1Y.
Probate Judge-JOhEPH KALEK.
Auditor W.K. KKLTON.
Proscuting Attnrney ARCH I HAf.D UAT,
Treasurer IJAVU) FliHEMAN.
Clerk of CotircS-CiEOlltiE LANTZ.
Khon-;OHN J. bHUCKKY.
Surveyor O STKINHKOOK.
Corouur WILLIAM l. liltitilNH.
t iv it. ..1 a m t' a n tr
Cemniiasiener-J 'I HuMAb .'A(!KE,
Post Offices in Vinton County.
NtmeofoatOfflca. Townihin. vt Master
Allenaville liiceiaad J.UilnoX
Hoe Furnace Drown . S. 1). Etlestoa
DunJas Clinton 9. Isaminger
Engle Mills Eagle Miles Hadclif
Elk Swan 1. Keyaolds
McATthur M'k J. N.McLa.kll
Hew I'lynaonth Mrown H. O. Harden
Reed't Mills Clinton W Burtekshaw
Swan Swan Wat. Taylew
Vinton Slatien Klk Qtoige Fry
Ztleski Madisoa J. i. Will
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI RAIL-ROAD.
"N and after January I), 18U7, Trains will rus as
NISIT EXPRESS BAIT
0:ner.H. 00 a u.
in 17 " T ia) "
1 IIS F.K. 10 4U "
3 17 " 12 Ha.Wl
3 Li " Jill
4 ,'4 ii : 2 00
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ToS" 4f0' 1
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37 " , 11 oO "
0 40" li6
10 IS " 1 It
lit! P.M. tifli.M.
3 13 " JO '
1 35 ' T 4 "
. Zdcski '
Cennectinns made at Hamden
with Trains e kae
Clove conneetioas made at Cincinnati with aJL
Western Trains; and at i'arkeraburit with the Balti
more and Ohio Kail Road. -
, , OKLAND BM1TH,
Master of Transportatioa.
Chillicothe. O., Jan. 24, 1SU7.
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