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- THAU widritnew f n mifuhn
0 ' . . . .
oewmg luujume wnum uo well 10 OSItai tills
offios. - We can sell youVBewlng Machine
that' Is durable and which will be useful to
Baddlsis, Boot and Shee Manufacturers, Tai
lors, Ilatters, and Quphblstcrtrs. Terms
; reasonable. T , ',;', :' , ' ;
Samplei of the work done by these M..
chinas can be seed at this offioe.
TrtosE wishing to pay thoir sub
' scriptions in PotatooB, Apples, Chick
ens, or almost anything else, will
..ploase call and do so.
' umii
" , , ,
Bahou's Montult IUqazink. This rery
popular and exceedingly cheap Magazine
presents an attrsotive table of contents' for
' leoeniber. Amethyst Wayne's charming
story, "The Derwent Eyes and Harir" is
computed; Mrs. Edson's exoitlcg serial,
'The Lady of Lindenwold,", by . Mies Rale,
. ,' and "My Darling," a poem, by James Frank
lin Fitts, are among tho eholoeet of magn-
' sine reading. The illustrations are also
. . remarkably good, molting this one of the
bept. cumbers of Jiullou ever Issued. ,
. , The publishers offer unusual attractions
for the coming yar, With the January
number tho Mngaxine will be enlarged ; to
100 pages, and stveral new and attractive
features introduced.' Miss Willian has writ
tea, a romance entitled, 1 So as by Fire,"
which will ooiunicnce the year. ' .'.-,.
Ainiheyiat Wayne will furnish an exalting
sorialslory for Bos, entitled ' Old Hugh's.
Look (Iff,' wh cli ill be finely illustrated
by Kilbutn, an. I will appear la the new de
jimiiien!, called ' Our ;Vouug People's
8tory Teller; ' a popular author will furnish
a charminc s'otv for Oirla. while there will
:. , be at leant a dozen oilier , stories and poems
i-f tho highest iiieravp evcellence, and in
tensely !nti rceiiojr, nil complete in the Jen-
uiijr uumiuiti, , . .
It will be seen from the foregoing that'
JHllou's MigH-ine for 1808 will eclipse its (
preseut excellence, while tit extraordinary
low price is retained. .
It is only $f 60 per year, or 15 cents per
cum' or. Cliibe receive it for $l.5.
The proprietois have good cause for calling
i "the nlie.mpHl mairazine in the world.":
P..WI.K..1 W Rill.,., Thnn... & TalhM
1 B.s!on;' Mass. . " 1 ,
: - - . .
i
, Kaoi . Wastbd. lirine all your rags to
this "fliee, where the higbest market price
will be paid for them.
i Tub Amkric.1 Stock Jousnal. -We
n receipt of this 4luable Monthly for
wIl filled as usual, with original
from some of the best writers in the
country. This enterprising ""
to meet a want that has long been felt by
, 0. , , . . , '
imraten and Stock Breeders in this country.
The proprl. ors have secured the services
of one of tha ableut and most experienced
Veitrinnry Surgeons iu the. Union, to an -
twer, Uisitin, through tliu JoubnaIi, allques
liims rcktiug to ficlc, ii j ircil, or diseased
lioiaca, cattle, tlietp, ito. By adding this
useful depa'meui to t his Journal, they offer
to ail fHtiBctibcrs u lioruo and Caltle Doctor
Free' Tbid way be the mens of. earing
. eneh subssviher maoj (iollurn iu the course
of a year. '
And as a special inducement to new sub
scribers, they make the following liberal of
er : Erery new subscriber for 1808, receiv
ed by the let the 1st of December, will re
ceive the Ooiober, November and Deoemhcr
uumbers of 1807, free, waking over 600
large double column pnges of reading matter
' in the U numbers all for tho low prioo of
". tfpecimca copies free with List of splendid
Premiums to Agent. ., . J. .-. '
Address N. P. Bot&r & Co., ' Oum Tree,
theater County, Pa. ., '
,j
Head the prospectus of De-inoi-est's
Monthly Magazine and
of Demorest's Young Ameriea.
We will send the Magazine and
the Democratic- Enquirer One
year for $3 ; and the Young Am
erica and the; Democratic En
qui rer one year for $2. -' - J
B Another lot ot Fine Jewelry
has j ust been received . by . . o .
. xuiinornursi, , r , ..?
For Strictly Pure White
Lead at Cincinnati Prices.
Go to Sisson's Drug Store.
I
. . ...S.ITEEP FOR SALE.f-A. & E. D. WoLP
-of McArthur, havo:a lot of very fine
Spanish Ewes and Bucks for sale.--ThorJo
wishing -to puvchasotho best
Sheen Bhould so and see them.. Now
is the time to purchase. r i I j ; a I
PIANOS FOR SALE.
FaiXTRRS, like other men, somelimes offer
ome very : good ' bargains; '" Any ' person
wishing to purchase s splendid Piano, will
eave frorA one hundred to one hundred, abd
fifty dollars by catling -f this 'ffice.;; Yt
an furnish them atgreatly reduoed rates.
.
) LosT.-i-A Gold Sleeve. Button, about
the size of a silver 'dime, with' black
enameled German letter A; in he en
tre, and black enamel line around it.
F --Mj iprwn,ftfding;tod - leaving it at
this office, v)ll be liberally rewarded!
For TlitT IlrMSfs'nnd .Ucd
fcnon, go to Sii3on' Drug Store. i
PIANOS FOR SALE. Try It, Everybody!
i It will be t your interest tof
; H- ' " iV'i -rV
call at the - well known Drv
r 1 P 1 1 Asr -r-sr-a ' o
iooas uouse ol jlA2. win, sc
Bros, before ..going - elsewhere;
The new stock of staple and fan
cy goods which they are now re
ceiving from a declined and (lull
market embraces every article
kept in their line. "As they al
ways take advantage of e?ey
decline in prices by sending one
of the firm to the goods market
to select with care the choicest
styles of goods, and make pur
chases FOR CASH, we can as
sure the r public that they sell
and can afford to sell lower than
any . other House I f You will
save money by going to that
establishment I 1 :-
Just , Received. E. D.
Dodge has just received from
the city another new 6t6ck ' of
dry and fancy goods of the most
desirable styles for the fall and
winter trade, which were pur
chased for cash during! the late
decline in prices, and -which he
is selling at" lower figures than
any other House. Go and se.
1
"Wanted An industrious man with
a small family to work on a farm.
For particulars inquire at this ofiBce.
C! 1 4 : H.. rrtJ-:l
"UB '"" " "my.tu
Directory of Vinton county on tho.4th
P!,ge- ' .' , ' ."
For Ayer's Medicines.
Call at Sisson's Drug Store.
Mato has
purchased the
1 BASCI8 SlIADKS . prOpOfty,
Fkancis
Shades
in the
South part of town,' and has taken
possession ot tho samo.
are,lUJS .J-m.pr, .ourt, lor, ourning
hay stacks in Vinton Township, es
Noveuiber caped from ' Sheriff SUOCKEY, on Sat
ariicks, urday morning last, and ran across
DoWD'g meadow' and' over : tho hill
L-;,vi, ' . " ,., .,, .
south of town like a wild man, and
..
rocceoded.1 in reaching the, woods be-
., Cotrill, who : was confined in, the
county jail, awaiting his trial at the
ior6 'he Sheriff could Catch him.. He
would not have been convicted; and
liis escape will save fho county the ex
pense of keeping hini confined until
the next Term of Court
For Fine Perfumery.
Go to Sisson's Drug Store.
Marbicd On the 14th (net, by A. Q.
Elliott, Esq., Mr. Madisos AiaABRiouVand
Miss Maboaeet M. Dixon both of Harrison
Township. , , . : iC
, -rrm ,
The public- well in : front of the
Court Ilouse was considerably iin
provod lastVeek. A neat. curb:stone
was placed over tho well, sd as to pre
vent rats, (not Court-house rats,) arid
other animals, 'from falling, in; and a
watering trough, was placed near tho
pump." ' .. 'I" ' j "
'Unvu.U0n.WT the bert tostalned work of the kind
lntheWorld.
NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE
.", Critical Noticet thi Prett.
The mast popular Monthly in the werld. fNew
Yok Obeervet. . . '"..')'
We must refer in terms of nn logy to the high tone
and varied excellences ot Hvroer'a Mantiiua a
journal with a monthly circulation of about 170.000
oopies In whose pages are toe be found some of
the choicest light and general reading of the day.
We speak of this work as an evidence of the culture
of the American people; and the popularity: it ha
acquired is merited . Kauh number contains hilly
144 pages of reading natter, appropriately illustra
ted with good wood cuts; and it combines iu itself
the racv monthlv and the more DhilosoDhical nuar.
terly, blended with the. beat features of the daily!
journal.- tinss great power in me dissemination or.
a love oi pure literature. n runner s umue to, Am
erioan Literature, London. . .',
W osn account for it success only by the simple
faot that it meets precisely the proper taste, furnish
ing a variety of pleasing and instructive reading (or
an. icon's xteraiOa iiosion.
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,v SUBSCRIPTIONS.
' - ' " v 1868. ' '
The Fupllshers have perfected a system ot mailing
Dy wmcn may oan aupniy tne, juagnaine. weeaiv,
and Bazar promptly to those who prefer to receive
their periodicals directly from the Office of Publica
tion. The postage on Harper's tl agasine is 24 cents
year,wnicn must oe paict at tne suDscrioer s posiotnce
Harper Magazine, one year, , 1 4 00
An extra oopy of el ther the Magazine, Weekly, or
oanr win oe supplied gnuis ror cTry ciuo or osuo
scribersat 14 eaoh. in one .remittance: or a. conies
tor 420 W ' Back numbers eao be supplied at any
time, a complete set, no comprising no Voiumea,
In neat cloth binding, will be sent be sent by expense,
freight at expense of purchaser,, for fa 25 pe volume.
Single volumes, by mail, postpaid, $3. Cloth eases,
for binding, 48 cents, by. mail, post-paid. " - 1 i
8ubsori.tiona sent from British North Ameri
oan Provinces must be accompanied w'th 24 cents
additional, to preiiay United states postage.
' aUUJBBS
A1..V- t
HABPEB BROTHEK8. !
Franklin Bquare, Mew York i
OTICE ie hereby given to all whom Ir may con
xv
cern.and to some evil diapowd persons in
paiMcnlar, tnal I shall not : hold my-ielf responsible
3oir,
iv bar
lor an
r any bargain or bargains mart by any, person ex-
cept mysel
'it, so tar as my property may oe concern.
ed and all pereene are strictly forbidden- from me-
king bargains with any pereon so -far as my property
may be concerned, or from' borrowing any of My
property or any penion wnnooi ray anowienc.
Those having borrowed or tslieo my property with
out my consent will please return the same imme
diatelr and save trouble, ,J" "' 1 '
Set. 11. 188 7-3 w '' PELIuBT BOW EN,
, . .... , - t'.i::ifiWtn-,A
'
'
Go to Sisson's Drug Store. Lowest Figures !
Those wishing 'to bu7 attractive
Iot.Uo J,, t - T?-ll w:.
Dujioa vi uwutr ivrj 1 nil nun tiiuivi
wear; e&ouid always go to'some estab
lishment where they can. get a finu
and durable article; and at the lowest
possible figures. ; "We ' Would ' advise
the people, when looking for such a
House, to visit the Dry Goods House
of J. A. Felton, which has just been
filled with a variegated assortment of
goods of the very latest and most at
tractive styles for this season of the
your, which were purchased at panic
prices for cash, and which are actual
ly being offered to the public at un
precedented low prices I The dress
goods, lawns, poplins, jaconets, de-
Innes, hoop skirts, prints, ', cambrics,
ginghams, alapacas, ladies' umbrellas,
balmorak, parasols, ribbons, lace; the
fine lot . of Hats and Caps for men's
and boys' wear; tho full stock of Boots
and Shqcs, and everything else he has
in tho establishment, were carefully
selected for thismarketand will please
all who go to see them.
Give him a call and our word lor
t, you will be sure to get the best of
tho best bargains!
The Democratic Almanac for
1868.
We bate new in press this popular Politi
cal Compendium for 4868. It will contain
besides the usual matter of all Al.nanaos,
full and offioial Returns of all the Elections
for this year, compared with previeat ones,
the most Important Acts of Congress, Presi
dent Johnson's Veto Messages and Procla
mation, Lists of Federal and State Ofiioers,
Members of Congress, Statistical and 'other
information indispensable to erery politician,
planter, farmer, merchant or mechanic :
On aeoonnt of the lateness in mtk'ng
up the official election Relume, this Alma,
nao cannot be issued until on or about the
1st ef January, heroe it is desirable te hate
all orders in as earlf as possible, so as to
know how large an addition to print, that
all may be supplied promptly. ' ' All order
will be filled aocording to the date of their
reception. The cash must
acompany all
orderi . -, ' i s. '-.
TERMS.
Single Copies, by mail, prepaid
Seven Copies, by mail, prepaid,
Fifteen Copies, by mail, prepaid,
One Hundred Copies, by express,
29 cents
S 1 00
2 00
1200
'Address' ' ' '
VAN EVRIE, HORTON & CO.,
No. 162 Nassau Street, New York.
For Mishler's Herb Bittrse
Go Sisson's Drug Store.
Havb you secured a '. Certificate r of the
Washington Library Company of Philadel
phia in aid of the, Riverside Institute for
educating orphans?
Each certiaoate costs a dollnr frith a beau
tiful engraving worth more than a dollar at
retail, and secures besides, a present in the
Great Distribution, by the oompaiy, and an
equal chance that your present may be One
wurth'thousandg of dollars.," ) ; 7
Tou may become rsch by doing a beuevo
leritaot, -1 -: i ':;!'.".'
Read advertisement.
Court ' adjourned on Tuesday; last
until Novomber 29tlu Judge Gutiiriis
presided ' on Monday and . Ttiosday,
during the absence of Judge Plyliy,
and 5 disposed of tho business in a
hurry. ,r .; ,", ' ''- ' "'ii'
It is proposed in order to realize a
substantial fund for the support ot
JVLra. Liincoln, that those ofiice-holders
who owe their position to fior mflu
ence, donate one per, cent., ot their
BtealingS :;The amount would place
:a I -
FIRST PREMIUM
Of Silver Media
WAS AWAKDID TO '
R1RRFTPS HAIR RESTORATIVE
'Of By th K. H. Stota Ajrrlenlrural Borlrtr,
lu f sir, aaklca la Kuhua, Spt HO, j ,
flf'.'t BAKBITT'I ' '."I j
. vegetable Hair Restorative
.' . . ' wsttom uray Hlr w its Kittnu iwwi pra
mote th nawth of the Hiici chAnga ths
ettes Dsndnin; and Humors i prertnu
uur iminj mil i M a iipeflor i'mn.
It contain ao InjuiVnit lnrcllcntt
vl
na ti ute mott pofiuimr na itu-
V1'
um, vrni, norm, moa
-ft
PUHHIe
.'-l.'ii:..' Ml
JL ft. BARRETT A COM Proprietors,
,11A! UHCHISTIB.M.B,; ,Vf
!iU ajj.ga :'J n -:d ir.i .A .1, ri
M' ARTHUR NURSERY
TITOtlLD resneetfullv inform the oittsensofVintOB
V y and oher counties that-, they,, have; at their
' snsassi, one salle nortb4ait from aoAruu,
ir i tt the very best varieties oi , :irr I
Apple Trees' and Peach Trees;
t; QUINCE. 'iTBEESjMni;,,
C 11 E RK y; T BDE BS;1
We warrant all our stunk true to - name and ' at
lowprieea as can1 be obtained anywhere, and invite
all persons to call and examine it. i ,;... (
Any letter addressed to oe, as io price) or Varle
ties will be promptly answered. ' i . 'i ' j
i ' ,-.vu . i.i: j. s w.. UU1.U, lie Artanr, u. .
Ootobet3,186Trtt;;ini .rq h, i-i t.j i..i:a,SI;j
torn ci'sTUv'EKoit
ATtORNEY AND" COUNSELLOR ''AX'.'i'iMi
,T JACK80U C. H.,' OHJO,' .
tltLpVarttlc n4he Courts' of .)ackiiop, Vieten
yfiianoomernonniiei.-uiii,,, f J , U I
i
-GIFT-; CONCERT
' " -AJID ORAXD j
PRESEUXATiON ENTERPRISE!
The Largest, tho Greatest, and'
most Successful Enterprise !
ever inaugurated in the ;
- State T
A PRIZE WITH EVERY. TICKET I
A PRESENT WITH EACH TICKET !
i We Soorn Postponement !
THE GRAND PRESENTATION CONCERT
-Afly x.itJittTdijmsj5it will positively
takeplaoe
Tuesday Eve. , Dec. 3 1 , 1 S G 7
At
AisSEMBLY HALL,
rillLADELrUIA, PA.
500,000 Valuable Gifts, valued at 8500,-
uuu, win do presentea to Ticket
Holders, including &195,QQ0
; in Greenbacks. j
Ho. of TIOKna ISSUED, $00,000. PSIQB, Sl.00 eaoh
jSrEv'crj Ticket Eeeeives a Gift.-a
1 Gift In Greenbacks $00,000
40,000
25,000
10,000
6.000
4,000
3.000
2.000
$1,000 eaoh 20.000
600 do ' 10.000
"' 100 do 2 000
CO do 1)000
: 10 do 8 000
5 do 5 OOO
'" r Fata in Livingston oonniy.N.T. 10.000
40 Pianos, Chiokerings, $300 each 20,000
20 Melodeons c"e J ' 150 eaoh 3,000
4 Billiard Tables 608 eaoh 2,000
, 1 Set Diamond Ringi and Pin . , 800
2 Cluster Diamond Rings $300 eaoh 600
6 Silk Dress Patterns . 100 eaoh, 600
"0 Sewing Muohines 75 eaoh 1,500
200 Gents' Gold Watohes 150 each 30 000
200 Ladies do do 100 each 20,000
200 Amerioan H. C. Silver Watches
$65 eaoh f 18.000
200 Pat. Lever YL C do de f
, $40 each . .8.000
50 Gold Watch Chains $40 each. .. 12.000
2000 Photograph Albums , I do' , 10 000
2000 Gold Pens in velvet cases $4 oach 8.0C0
1000 Ladies Purses, tine ' 5 do 6 000
1000 Gold Rings 6 do 6.000
and the balance, cotnorUlns Handsome Mirrors.
Stationery, Vases, Gold Lined Goblets and C ips.
mnruie top ueoire raDies, oia oraceiptn, riaiea
Tea HettB, Silver Pitchers, Hnnilsnme Books, Rinh
Sieel Engravings, nnd other articles in addition to
(he above, amounting to ltiS,0Oi dollars, msking
500,000, Gifts, or a Present Given with
';'XEver Ticket!, )'..J
M.The distribution will take place immediately
after the Concert. A Committee of well-known oiti
tens, chosen by the Ticket-holders, will take charge
of and superintend the drawing. All Agent and
purchasers will be suppled witb a correcc litt of tbe
swarus as soon ns pumiseu. - - -
. . MODE OF DRAWING.
Duplicate Tickets, numbered from 1 to 600,000, are
placed in a wnmi; Hid nrti Ticket dtnwn out takes
(lip highest prizo of f iKJ.noo. the next the second
highest prize, and so on until the whole No.600.OIKi.
are drawn. Tho awards will be securely packed and
expressed at expense of the owner.
n,HENHY pAALESS, Esq., our talented Musi.
cal Director, promises a most delightful treat in the
Orchestral and Vocal Exercises for the occasion
no loss than twnntv artists hninir ftnirnccii
We are moi-t dvsirus that al! ticket holders should
be present to witness the drawing and thereby
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 he
guarlieu with the same ndeiitj as il the were pres.
ent. JetWe shall keep books numbered from 1 to
600,000, inwhioh will be entered the name and ad.
dress ul every purchaser, under the number of his
ticket, This writ insure the the ticket holder, as
well as ourselves, against loss.
SPECIAL TERMS OR CLUB RATES.
An
iv nartv or club sending for three or more tick
ets ai
it one time, and remitting us the money for tbe
same, will be allowing commission. We will te
8 Tiokets to one address for $2.60
S :."dtU r,rdo " do - ; . 4 00
10 do do - '-do do 7.50
20 do do do do 1100
' XA gents wanted in every Town.
"In every case send the name of each subseri.
ber, Post Office address, state land county In full,
Money in amounts not exoee ding twenty dollars
sent at our risk.
The undersigned would mostcordiallyrecommend
oen. a. :t . Williams tome public, he bavingwonan
enviable reputation as a gallant soldier, and as an
honorable and reliable gentleman, we believe he will
oonduct the presentaiton with honesty and fairness,
giYiDgsauniacuon io an interested, , - ,
Oen. A. C. lawrenoe, Col. A 8 Brand,)
Gcn.F. H. Smith. Mai R. B. Nash
Col. D. 1) Lewis, A. C. Severance, Esq
staii communications snoum oe addressed, ;
A. T. WILLIAMS A CO.,
........ No. 307 Sonth Second Street,
Philadelphia, Pa.
A. BATE,
CERTAIN, ir
AHO
Speedy Cure
roa I
NEURALGIA,
AXO ALL j ;
NERVOUS
DISEASES.
waaawawAW
Its SffwU wr
Ir la UHraiLina KEMDiDt in all cases of
Neuralgia Faolalis, often effecting s perfeot
cure in less than twenty-four hours, from
the nee of no tmrc then two on tukec Pills.
iNo other form of Neuralgia or Nervous Dis
ease has failed to yield to this w. ' ! ; ;
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT.
. Even in the merest cases of Chronic Neuralgia
ana general nervous derangements of many year'
standing affecting the entire system, its use for a
few days, or a few weeks at the utmost, always affords
the most astonishing relief, and very rarely fails to
produce a oomplete and permanent cure.
It contains no drugs or other materials in the
slightest degree injurious, even to tho most delicate
system, and, can Atwais be used With,.' ,
, PIRFECT SAFETY, - , !
f f ft p : j
f It bos long b.een In constant use by many of out
MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS,
who give it their unanimous and unqualified approval.
Bent Dy mall on receipt or price ana post
age. '-'v .-'.'l l-',Ml ' i-nr. i'ii"-7 ; , l
On package ' . - $1.00, Ptstage 6 otnta
Six nackartes . . 5.00. ' ' Poetaie 127 cents
Twelve packages i 8.00,, ; ,', Postage 48 cents
It Is sold bt all wholejale-antl retail dealers in druge
and medicines throughout the United Stales, and by
TURNER t CO Sol Proprietors, j
4l-6tn li - 'lUO Tremont PI., Boston, Mais.
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 Gift 7 .do.
20 Gifts do
20 Gifts do
800 Gifts ' do
1000 Gifts do
lllLLrralgiaj
LOOK HERE!
Mm
JW. received at SWETLAND'S a fresh supply
FAMILY L GliOCEKir-
A5D '
io which is added a good assortment of
"Oustom-Mado
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Also, a lot of '
SPEIXGFIED MUSKETS,
Which will make fin .
SHOT' Q UN St
And which I will tell rerv cheap! Give ma
J. Q. SWU'LAND.
October 5, 1 367 3m
' TBI
CIS . BrteJwag, . ,
. ! V i J .! I . . .),,.. .., . t . . . .
KEWJOEK CITY.
"yoULD cn parUcular attention to their , ,
New Family Sewing Machines
which are the priaoipil Family Maehmes that make
the Lor It Stitoh, with a Straight Nseutr. The
wot a Machines have both the Wheel and Drop
Prices corresDond with Ihiua r nth vira...io
Machines.
WEED SEWINO 'MACHINE CO.,
i , eel Broadway, New York.
attbn;tioit i
Fall Stock !
NEW GOODS JUST
RECEIVED! .1
HEXEY
Main Street,
RICI
McArthur,
HAS Just received a new assortment of the latest
styles of Goods, which he will
' 8ell Chsaper than the Cheapest in Town I
, And also having; the best assorted stock of
i
Ot the Finest and Latest Styles, for
lafexx nxic3. Boys!
I also keep
Ha ts and cap s
. BOOTS AKD SHOES,
For Ladies and Gents, and a lorge variety of
Gentlemen's Furnishing- Goods.
1 also keep
TRUNKS Af30 VAUSES
Which I will sell to the publio at the lowest prices
The publio patronage is respectfully
solicited. ' .
October IT, I87-3m ' ' ' ' ' ' ' .
SINGEE'S k m
HAIR REST0I.AT.VE.
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This preparation Applied according to dire.
t0MiB I . .v..:
Warranted to restore Gray Hair
to its original or natural color; its also acts up
on (iasT Wuiskkis In the same manner.
It is nor a His, and contains no ootcaiira
iiastib, nor does it contain any deleterious
substance. It cleanses the scalp, promotes
the growth, and prevents the falling crl 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 tlae ; aroilot.
-Prlnclpal Eepot, No. 79 Nassau
Street, New York.' -! "
SINGER & STRONG, ' 1
'"'! f' ' ' ' Proprietor.
Paiciil.''1 ' 39;
FINKL & LYON
LOCK-STITCH ' ;
Somug ittdcljiiiee
The onlt Machine so per fee led that entire
satisfaction is guaranteed or the purchase
money refunded. . ' atii . . t i t
Where we have no Agent a sample Machine
will be sold al Very low price, ,and , Local
Agent appointed ,on , tho most favorable
terras;-' 11 J" ' v ... ...
N.B, Send for circular. Traveling Agents
wanted. , .Salary, liberal.
" An Agent wanted in erery (own.
Send for a. Ciroular; ... 1
Finkle & Lyon SM. Co.
- oh? iiroaaway, ww Xork,
June 27, 1807-Cm
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MARRIED LIFE.-Infbrmntion and advice orbi
tal importance to the married of both miea. In
a scaled envelope, can be obtained free of charge by
addressing the undersigned. 1 (
uespecnuuy, n. BUTLER, '.
' JulyiS, WUT a3BroMay,ll.T.!
IHTOEMATION. liiformatlon gURranteed to pro
duce a luxuriant growth ef hair upon a bald head
or beardless face, also a recipe for the removal of
IMmpIek, Blolhes, Kruptions, etc., on the akin, leav
ing the same soft, clear, and beautiful, can be obtain
ed without charge bv addressing Taos. K, CAfA,
, jt'ja Hroadway, Sew York.
r
mc MACHINE CO.,
vi
If lOO from $30.
GREAT CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY
BY actingas out- Agpnts for the ssle of S PT ir vr
DID MTKlOLi KN C1RA VlNci's
faieroscoues and Slcrocoplo Views of ai) the pointti o
interest inihe World. Prie and Stationery Packalsi
8ilver Bunline Case Watches, also, fine eolleoUOB
of Imperial Card Pictures, Colored Prints, 4o,
-$so will purchase a miscellaneous slock ef
above gonos that will sell for loo. We otter most
extraordiuary inducement and a ctianee tor those
who wish te establish tbsmscives id a good paving
business, t or catalogues and lull particulars send to
HASKL8 CO,
Juneia, 18.17 -mj ' 30 Beekmah si., Kewtorlq
GKOVifiSTEJiN'8
OROVESTEEN'S PIAKOS.
BQVE8TEEN8 PIANOS,
493 Broadway, New York,
499 Broadwsy, New York, '
499 Broad tts. New x nvr
AKE unrivnlled for DriAifLiTv. Powtaand Eran,
nesa afToae. Thev are fust becoming; the fa
turite over all othrs, wilh Mnsieians, A mat.,,,,
aud all lovers of Oood Mneiel They are Warranted
Ji every respect, bend lor Circular, ,
UROVJiNUTliEN k CO.,
Vufyjl8 498 Broadway New YorVu
'Cl Vegauble
HAIR RESTORATIVE
fM OKMeS by th N. H. Slat, Falsi
vt 1, ow coawOeil bv tb public Io as 1
i ta nry bnt rnimrnil
I wit? or is ilea tutr
Io Iu orlfflaat ooWf 1 1
wm i
IU or
(ur itMtortmc
1 prmoalUii In Ccowik, irullcAihir Ua-
inon Uftulroft, And a lrrMltt '-S) j
t endjwiiirrkif iim uir. Ukini Aij '
MMrei tbt Srslp C1.KAW.
la H aaeti (abrto, a4 ASCi
turn lb, Sralp t'LKi. .vVj?
euwsr.
'
' 4. tt. BARRETT ft CO., Proprietor; '
jtAjtcsExna, . h, .!
For sale hy Dr. J. 8. STkoxa, Druggist,
July4,H6T-ly McArthor, Ohio.
va lu;a b l e :
TAVE1R1N STAND
FOR SALE !
HDLBERT HOUSE,
i
Corner MainandlTapketSU.,
'. OPPOSITI COOHTHOtJSJt, u
McArthur," Ohio.
I WILL 0FTEB AT PRIVATE SALE this valuable
prowrty, situated in McArthur, the County Seat
of Vinton, and the centre ol the vast coal and iron
regions of Ohio. This is the
Only Hotel In. tlxo
there Is a goid stahle; m the conveniences necessa
ry to make it what it should be' an excellent, loca
tion; and is doing a flue business. . .
Any person desiring to make an Investment ol
this kind will do well to oall and examine the prem
ises as I desire to retire Irom the business, and wUl
sell the property at one-half its real value.
,, il. HULSERT.
8opt'mberll, 1807-tf -'
BLYMYER, D4V A CO.,
MANSFIELD, OHIO
MANUFACTURERS Of -
COOK'S EVAPORATOR,
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
Eubeka Cider Mills,
Vicroa Canb Mill,
SfAB COBN FOELLKB,
BOB8B Poweb Foan,
. BUNN'S ESQUIMAUX REFRIGERATOR,
Warner's Sulky Revolving Rak
DOUBLE SHOVEL PL0W8, ;'
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
? Amalgam Belli,
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
.t, .' , MACHINES,
And many other articles in the way of Implements,
Tools and nlnchinery.
PUKE SORiiO AND IMPIIEE SEED, seleetoA
varieties. Send for oirculars. , .
Marcn 28, 1807 ly
dout fail to read thisp
SEND your address, with stamp, for sample and
catalogue ot Articles for Young and Old, Married
aud Single. All should have them. Address
A. BRIDGE.? Bleeeher Street, New TorkOitr
July 18,l67-3ia
Gifts for Christmas ana New
Years.
A Superb Stock of Fine Gold and Silm
'Watohes, all warranted to run, and thor.
oughly Regulated, at ths low price of $10
Each, and satisfaction Guaranteed. ,
100 Solid Gold Ruu'g Watohes $250 to $1,000
100 Magio Cased Gold watches, 200 to COO
100 Ladies Watches, enameled. 100 to . . 300
200 Gold Hun'g Chron'er W'hes,250 to 800
200 uold Hunting Eng. Levers. 200 to 250
300 Gold do Duplex Watches, 150 to 200
300 Gold do Am'oan Wat'hes, 100 to ' 250
500 Silver Hunting Levers,' 60 to 150
500 8ilver Hunting Duplexes, 75 to t' -230
ouu viota baaies watohes . 60 to 250
1 000 Gold Hunting Lepines . 60 to 75
1.000 Mlsnellaaeous 5'1'r Wat'hs AO to : 10O
2.500 Hunting Silver Watohes 25 to ; 60
5 000 Assorted Wa'hes.all kinds 10 to '. 75.
The above stock will be disDOaad of on tha Pnnn.
lar One-Price Plan, giving every patron a fine Gold
or 6olid Silver Watch for Sltl, without regard to
VUIUPI
Wright Bro. A Co., 101 Broadway, New fork,
wish lo immediately dispose of the above
magni6cent fctook. Certificates, naming the arti
cles, are placed in sealed envelopes, and wll mixad.
Holders are entitled to the articles named on their
certificates npon payment of Yen Dollars, whether
it be a Watch worth $1,000 or one worth less. The
return of any of our certificates entities you to the
articles named upou the payment, irrespective of
its worth, aud as no article valued less than fie ie
named on any certificate, It will at onoe oe seen
that this ie .
Ho Lottery, lui a itraiphtforxard Ugitimai
trimaciion, which may hi participated in
even by th mott fattidinu t
A single certificate will be sent by mail, post paid,
upon receipt of Scents, tot SI, U fat 12, 3A and an
elegant nremium for ti, CUaodinore valuable pre
mium for 110, and 100 and meat superb watoti lbrll.
To Agents, or those wishing employment, thiris a
rare opportunity. It Is a lenitimattfy coeduded bus
iness, duly authorised by the Government, and, open
to the most careftil scrutiny. Tax est 2
WXIGIlt,RO.$ C04 Importer, ,
42-301 . , 161 liroadway, A'tv Tork. -
INFORMATION
LIT
For tbr MabmkhI
' Sent Fret in sealed tn
velope, on reoelpi of 10
seats. Address
Dr. . B. FOOTK,
(author of Medical Com
mon Sens Book, 400
cages, $1,60, tent by mall.)
No. 110 Lexington Avenue
.tyn. tt Bait 2U St., N,T, '
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