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A HORRID DECEPTION !
A YOUNG LADY SHOCKINGLY DECEIVED !!
' Not lang since, ft young wan supposed to
,! Krlnninlea. but no fortune of
fered hi. band and heart to
lady with snug lmle fortune of o0,000--The
offer wan fully considered, and finally
refused, on the ground that the young man
howed too many years above the young
-lady,-though he was really but iwcnty-su.
Yet hii fine side whisker and hair were
tinged with an. awful sprinkling of hoary
white and gray, and fairly indicated'-
.n Tniha rniiiii? mat the r
liJT peon., " J - - a . .
same like ft froety blaukut in a cold
wut ..i to be doue? What sou1
. nn? True, his head came out from uu
' his "Fit" white as ft eooa after: ft enow
stbrrabut must this divide them. 1
. At otsoe he left the oity. Time passed on
nd the young lady received", another offer
K hKi.mn to the fine and beautiful lover
...!, K fnii His head was PERFECT,
and his raven locks had ft most bewitohiug
i...... II... lima ri taken and the other
accepted;, the day fixed; evary desired prep
... tho minister notified, and
the thing done. She happy couple departed
In matrimonial peace and triumph.
ri.. ulmi ikv riafsed aWM, when the
tovinjr young husband threw his gentle arms
round his better half by 50 000, and Mid,
Drling, what do you think of y ' white
hnlrs now?" The startled and astonished
; bride with uplifted hands, cxolaiined, "Hos-
oo R , is it possible? Am I deceived!
Tell me quickly!!" ' The smiling,; jubilant
husband roguishly replied, "No, you arenot
deoeived, it it 1. you are. kin,. ; And this I
owe to Van Allen's Vegetable flair Rester
erl". ' '..-' ';'
And this ft'rticle we now offor you never
has had its equal on the American Continent.
We don't reqommend you to play the cheat
by its magic influence, but we do say:
1st It will positively restors the whitest
hair on the heads of the oldest persons to its
original oolor and beauty, while it often
nut. a. luxuriant erowth where the
, iihnnr nt&inine the'irv.
nairis iu.v - I
finest fahno. I
2d People whose heads may have become
o-rav mav readily have their hair restored
and their heads once mors covered
with
iihiiiinir silkv locks, and tresses never
sur.
r passed in beauty even in early youth.
,3d Every disease to whioh the hair and
' scalp are subject, finds healing,-restoring
balm in this preparation, . . I
. 4ih Asa dressing no one claims it has
an equal, either In richness of its perfumo,
or its tendency to keep the hair in its proper
place. , '
fliu If you want-white hair made beautl
ul as in youth, grry hair perfectly.restored,
ft dandruff bead permanently eleaned, and
r Itching scalp purified, loose. - hair made .fast,
tn Wt. voiir head covered with the beiauly
of r'-en locks, and silken tresses, you have
p lj- io use
VAN ALLEN'S VEGETABLE HAIR
RESTORER,
ttgrOfEoe of the Proprietor, No. 117 Nassau
. Street, New York.
. , UaTSpld by all Druggisti. .
JQfAsk for Van Allen'a '
VEGETABLE II AIR RESTORER AND
DRESSING, - .
-,: And take no other.' '
If not sold by Druggists in your town,
Trial Bottle will be eent te you by express
unon receiDt of One Dollar by mail, thus
, giving yoU n opportunity at onc of testing
.
C. L. VAN ALLEN.
No. 117 Nassau Street, New York.
October 10, 1867-6m
1 1
7
,?V$T PUBLISHED, ,
IWI0N1K
BASSIilfl'S'"
Twenty Melodic' Exercises,
.lit FORM OF
eOLrEQUI03 FOR SOPRANO OA MEZ80
BOPaRO VOICES,
INTENDED AS .
Sluditt to acquire .the Art of Singing.
These exercises were composed to be osed si
multaneously with hi? system, "The rt of binging,"
er with any other method for the cultivation of the
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P"
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icscription with the directions for . amnu and us
ig the simple remedy by which he was cured of i
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His only object is to benefit the amicted and be hopes
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CiLTJTiOiT.
3
ALL persons are hereby cautioned not to purchase
any one of six Promisory Notes four of them
k.r Two Huhdrpd Dollars each, with interestl me
diio October 1st, 18W; one October 1st, 18U8; one Oc
tpber 1st, I8CB one October 1st, 1870; all or which
are dated October 1st. 1868. and drawn in lavor of
George B. Piles and signed by Sli Kelson, The oth.
er two for One Hundred Pullara eaoh, with interest)
one due October 1st. 1809, and havina a credit unon
tor about Twenty Dollars; the other due October
1st. 1870; both of whioh are dated October lit, ISflS,
and drawq in favor ot George . Piles and signed by
William Bawling.
Said Notes having beea lost on the Sth day of Oc
tober. 1867. near Prattsville. in Vinton coontv. Ohie
and my interest thereoa nerer having been obiained
GE0BGJS U, P1LE,
OetoberM.lNT.af
VI
JUklHss
Aa Old Song Set to a, New 3"une.
At tpring approach!
. i -AnU and Kotche -. .
liS-i From ihtir hole torn out,!
And Slice and Rati
. In file ofeoti, ;' ,,, '
Gaily tkip about, ' .
MS years estHbiinhed in N. Y City.
"Only inlallible remedies known." ,
i. . "Free from poisons." - .' .
'Notdnnnerous to thebuman family."
'Rats come outoltheir holes to die."
"Costar's" Eat, Roach, &c, Extorm'fl
Is a puste lined tor Rats, mice, Roaches,
t Blaok and Red Ants, io., 4o,
"Costar's" Bed-Bug Exterminater
Is a liquid orwash used to destroy, and
alsa as a preventive for Bed Bugs, Ac.
"CostarV" Electric Powdor for Insects
Is for moths, misquitoes, Fleas, Bed-MURi,
' Inseots on rianta, Fowls.Aniirals, 4c.
GW I I I Bewaik I I I ofall worthless Imitations.
r Bee that "CnMar's" name is on each box, bot
tle, snd Flask, before yon hny . ,
jjy-Addreas HtiAttt n. wt'aiAtt,
- - v . 484 Broadway, New York.
fvi?-Sold in AIcArthur, by J. S. Strong,
and all druggists and dealers everywhere.
"COSTAB'S1
CELEBRATED
For Cuts,: Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Boils,
Cancers, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Blee
ding:, Blind and Painful Piles; Sorofnlous,
Putrid and lll-conanioned sores; uicer,
Swellings, Eruptions, Cutaneous Affections,
Ringworm, Iton, Ciras. Bunions, Chilblains,
&e.t Chapped Hands,- Lips, &.; Biles of
Bniders. Insects, Animals, 4e. '
BSyBoxes 25 cts., 50 cts:, and $1 sizes.
BS-Sold br ll drueinsts even where.
LBsaTAndby Hksrt K.Costai, Depot iSi
Broadway, new ieric,
HarBoid by J. b. Btroag, aoATtiar, v.
COSTA.I2,S
UIU 8 e L T I K T,
For Coms, Bunions, Warts, At.
WBoxes 25 ecs., ' ets., and 1 sites.
l&rSold by all Diaggists everywhere.
teTAnd by Henry ft. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New Tork.
TAnd by J. 8. Strong, MeArthir,
COSTAB'S
PBEPABATION Ot
BITTED SWEET
0l.Af.6E BLOSSOMS,
FOB BEACriFflNQ THE COMPLEXION.
Used to aoften and beautify the skin, remove freck
les. Pimplee, hruptioon, c. .
Ladiea are now uaing it in preference te all others,
fegTBotlles $1.
fiTBold by all druggists everywhere.
StttVAnd by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, Wew lorir.,
gAnd by J. 8. Strong, McArthur, t).
-?.
COSTAB'S
-l.'i.'lUiit j
I .. JKCT0EAI..V.;.'.'... r
CO U G H R E iyj E O Y ,
For Coughs, Cold;- Hoarsen ess, Sore Throat,
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influensa, Asthma,
Consumption Bronchial Affeetions and all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs. ; r. i '.
SUott!es 25 ets, 60 eta, and $1 sUes. '
' fe&8old by all druggists evey where. i
: And by Henry R. CosUr, Depot 484
Broadway. Now Yorkv-, .i ! ),.;-. . .. ,
And by J. 8. Strong, M Arthur, .
COSTAR'S
, V T ,' CBLEBBATID ; !
DISH0P PILLS,
..;. i i'-!-.'::ri t.ivj tkiv j
. A UNIVERSAL DIMNIB FILL. . .
S-n:
i t .'T in ,
i:i4i 11 J.i
For nervous and sick Headache, ooativeneaa. indi
gnation, dyspepsia, biliousness, constipation, diar
rhea.coluMs olulls, levers, and general deranaeiaanl
ol the. DigeitiveOraana.. - i
w-noxes x cu, oocu, si alaaa. "ivn ... i
lsold by all druggists etery where": I
, And by Henry E. Costar, Depot 484 Broad
way, MeW lOttJ' hi."-.'.;:.
And by J: 8 Btroag, -J ;: t
.:;. O. W Bisioa. IftArtha. O. . . .
Sot. 7, l87-6n
L,, , , WMm lit
t ; 1
I
'
LlNfi BALSAM,
,. i; F0m IHl CUM OF j ,. . .
Consumption, Ilronchltls,
AND ALL DISEASES THAT LEAD TO IT
Such as Coughs, Neglected Colds, Pain in
the Chest, and aH diseases of the' Lungs.-
g0 Clergy mea should use the Balsam1 for
'their Throatg. ; ,,. ''
THIS Balssniis Introduced to the snfferlnB pnblio
Iter its merits for positive cure of such diseases
have been fully tested. Thefnrmtlla from whioh it is
nrnnared la referred to by the !ealinK.med.cl jour
nals as being equal to any prescription that can be
far such disease, by the medical faculty.
The Balsam Is. consequently. rccommendrd by phy-i
BiCinnS WllO Ul uuwuw.wiuoiuwu hi.miv.jiw..
success ,
A an Expertbrsnt ir lai po Equal
w. copy the following interesting letter from Dr.
i,. Mirtilleh.irv. Vt.. Reaixter, Nov. 20. '86:
M. Enivoi:- It leonly to subserve the Interestsof,
humamlv that I request aanon spaee in your valua
ble paper to Inform the publlo what : Allen's Luna
HoiJ.n .a snre to do. Two years aeo I wasattaoked
witb a severe cold; it settled In my throat, whioh so
altected the owns of speech that I could n.4 speak
coiiRhing.nightsalmostincossani.ly, with c-eld niKhtl
.i..njfn.n.nritf.AHUfl. I am Eiirouirn int wuiver
...iii uiih inerensed Irritatoin. which extended ln
to Uit Bronchial tubes and which kept me couching f
all summer. I was at eiioreham ou a professional
ttfll 111 piutmi:r, wiiru ...o - ........ ......
camealonir introducmg Allen's Lung Balsam Into
New Euglana. t proourea douib riiu iu" '.""
Anniinn ... rli.a.t!nn,i. and foond immediate relief.
have now vakea two bottled, which has entirely cured
my affliction, I was in a state of constipation, wh'eh
tlie Balsam
has almost rneciiiauy reguinieu. u
lamilvshould be without this valunble medicine.
seebythe Western papers that the pnysiciansoi
Cinoiiinati jwnwe ine niruioinoiiiiHMuii.-iiicu;
introducing it into tneir pmuuee, aim i uu."
i u.,11 ..mi hvjnt Alasau'iu rfimsiliiil afirent lor the
cure ofall diseases of the throat, Bronchial tubes, and
the lungs. NATH'LHARRIS, M. D., Dentist, ,
. ' j: ' Hi., jliddlebury, Vl., Nov. Ui IW..
The proprietors ot this valuable Balsam take pleaj
nrein calling to it the attention ofall medicine deal
ers, desiring that they proem-e sitpply of it, ajd
recommend it to their afllicted patrons and friends.
It will stand the test for merits, as has the eelebratcd
.Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
which has been Introdueed to all pari of the Inhab
ited world, and is everywhere appreciated and sought
alter. Tlie Balsam is for sale by most of the leading
Drug ists, and can alwayt be had from them, in any
quautity desired, by Uie country dealers, t. .
i. M. HARRIS CO., Bole Proprietors,
" -.' f-' . ... . . . Cincinnati, Ohio.
FOr sale by ..,.-..' 1. .
0. W. Sisson, Drueelsl, . McArthur, Ohio.
Dr J. A. Monaban, Druggist, Hamdcn,
R. S. Wilcox, llamdeu. -
PUniFY YOUR BLC01)
" ' WEAVER'S' '
15MKER3 SALT RHEUM
' Far tht . Cure of . -
Canker, Salt Kehum, reyBipels, Scrofulous
Diseases. Cutaneous, and every kind or
disease arising - from au impure ,
. State of the Blood..' ' '
The most effective Blood Purifier f tho Nine-
. teenth Century I
! JTbft Syrup, with the Cerate, we. will
warrant to euro any. hard,, case j af Old
Sores bo matter how long standing,
IgrSold by Druggist Generally."
' For rale by
O. W. Sission, Druggist, McArthur;
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Hamden,
B. 8. Wilcox, Oamden.
Fever and
Ague
and Chilis
to Cure
KILLER.
f TUB
Remedy
. I'.- : Kt ;.. '
Best
DAVIS'
PAIN
Direcfions for ill Uet.
fPAKE S sooonfula of the Pain, Killer in
I about half a pint of hot water.well sweet
ened with molasses, as tne auaca is coining
on, bathing freely the chest, back ana Dow
els. with ths medicine at the same lime.
Repeat the dose in twenty minutes, if the
first dose does bot stop the obill. Should it
produce vomiting, (and it probably will.) if
the alomach is very foul, take a little Fain
Killer, in eold water, sweetened with sugar,
after eaoh spasm. Perseverence in the above
treatment has cured aiany severe and obstl
nale cases of this disease. , '
H A IN KILLER Crn Sore
X Throat ' i '' :: ''
A Favorite Medicine with all clssee,
' Is Davis' Pain Killer.
IF joa have Paiater's Cholie, 1 ' " i
.-..,.,,:w..,.-Im tba Pain Killer,
VTO Medloiae la as popular
i i-H ."A" the Pain Killer. .'
TrEEP-i thf Paitt
-Killer
always at
f V1
I
F yod bata Cough or Cold,- ,
use toe rain' twiner.
J. OOKand not get' caught without a bottle
j of Fain Killer in the house. V
ET everybody e Ahw Pain Killer for
Sprains and fBruiseav.Tf.
T7VERT sailor should carry ft battle of Pain
Killer with bim.; ;
DEMEMBER. the Pain, Killer ia far both
The Pain Killer is sold by.'alK the Drac-
gists and Dealers in Fa uHy Medicines.
J. h. p AKKia ft Uihi-Clnolnnau, Ubio,
Agents for The Western 8tatei.
For sale'b J " '3has
Q W.Sisson, Uroggist, Mo Arthur,
Dr. J. A. Monaban, Druggist, Hamdea,
, 8. t ileox, Hamden. -
Oct. 24 1667-Sm
nun H .
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oat the- Model Monthly. r.,n u,
Single eopies, 80 eeate; pack numbers, as
speoimeos, ,10 ' eents; either mailed free.r-
Fearly, 3, with , a valuable premium; two
oopias, $6 50( tbreo eopies, $7 60; five copies,
$12, and splendid premium! for olnbe at $3
eaoh, with the first premium- to eaoh aub
Jotlber.. gQTA new JV heeler ft Wilson Sow-
ing. necnino ior w aurjsqrioers ai jta eaouv
Addrisa "fuaot-t- (,.'" '"i'l:Tl
W. JENNINGS DEMOREST,
'No,478 Broadway, New York
Demorest'a Monthly and Young America
together, f 4, Kith the premium te each."'
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HOME 'MANUFACTURERS!
E URN I T U R E!
:i!K:,ri
JAMES R.WBOEOrr,
JOBEPn.T, XAltK
Mi
ARE still In town manufacturlpg and dealing to
all kiads of. t .. i t: r.iW.i .1 ! Vj r! .
Cabinet Furniture,
i it
On MAIN STREET, ppf osite Dr. WoH'aOffise,
v. .;; McARTUUB, , OHIO,
'ThaPurniltiieismade out ot the bes( seasoned
material, and by the most expeneucea woraiueu.
'!' ti.. i f-iiv i
BUREAUS Every Style. . , '
jq BEDSTEADS' All Kinds! : '.:! "
TABLES Every pattern. ,
"' ;HAIIt8 Fancy and Commen
BASH, COthtS, BLINDS,. So.,
-,1-jyg on hand or furnished on bhort notioe.
........
' ' J' -
' Of sit kinds, in Furniture', 'Chairs, Ao., attended to
on snort notice-. v .)f, , . ,..,..
MA T TRESS E 8, ! .
ayg kpt hftn(JJ
superior quality ol Mattresses of alt else al
. ' 1 U JJ ' :
j jlo. a, -s. , i ju. e
realwys la reaoiness rd; AT'J'MN D
pHINKKALS'0 Town aud Country, at the
joweS( mteg ., , , ru,'. . i,.i
A Fair frioe for a FAir Article
la Our Mottol .
. Poiobasers are requested to call aid examins cur
Lrrge tSook of Furniture
tnac wecaniurnisn neer ano cneapHr urucies may
any other
Biestablisnnieni in this vicinity. '
WVCKUt's' & b-ALfcll,
Stron, Simple and Practical.
IT is a Sqoecziita Machine; warranted no
to injure clothing ' geared ts give tit
strokes of the plungers for one turn of the
handle, and ISO turns of' whioh will' wash
thoroughly the bulk of six to iwelve shins,
aocordmg to (be sue ot-.Machine used. .
A GIRL OH BOY CAN OPERATE IT, and
Six Tear' experience proves the Nokpahmu
to be the only, Washing Machine made which
ifuni the tat of lime and Use. It is uaap
prnnnhable for ; i . ; l ' i
SPFEO POWER AND,- EFFECTIVENESS. -
A Q E XtS WANTED.- bend for tree Do
lorlptiee Circulars to u !. . i . -,
OAKLEY & KEATING, .
184 Water Street, New York City.
JuneG,UOT-Sra '
TIMES OF HOLDING
COURTS
111 the Seventh Judicial District
of Ohio, for the Year 18GS. ...
The State of Ohio,
" Vinton County, j
T GEORGE LAN'! Z. Clrk at tlie Cou rt of Common
A) Pleas, within and for said County and S ate
afoWd. do hereby certify that .he followiniorde?
towiti . -.
ORDERED, That the Common Fle.is and District
Courts of the severs! Counties of the Pevenili Ju.
dicial District of Ohio, for the year.UiiS, be fixed
as follows: , , . .... ;t
, DISTRICT COURTS. ;
. "Wasliirifftori, April 9j
' Meigs, April 13;
Gallia, April 17;' '
Lawrence, April 20; !
Scioto, April 23; .
Tike, April 27:
Perry, September 1; . .
Fairfield, September 3;'
' lloekiiig,, September 7; ' ;
Athens, September 10 ;
Vinton, September 14;
! JackBon,:September 17.:'. Y
.-. COMMON PLEAS C0TJHT8.
,-, -tint Suhdiviiion.
: Perry, February 11, May 12, Octo-J
Der . - '..
Fairfield, February 18, May 19. Od-
tober 13. .. :
'Hockinc:, March 9, June 8, Novem
ber 2. . ..;,V .:;;.,::;;.;'.;.V; ,h;
; ' ; Second SutdwUioit, ' ,' '. j
Lawrence, ' February 11, , Mav . 12.
September, 29. ' -
Scioto, March 10, Juno 2, Novem
ber 10. : :
Vinton, March 10, June 16, Novem
ber 17. ..
Jackson, Febtluary 25, May 25. Oc
tober 13, . , ' . . ... ,
Pike, Eebruary 4, May 4, Septem
ber 22. . ': :.. .,
,'.V ', .'.'Thirl SuiduHeioni t': , '
Gallia, February 7, May 1, Soptem-
.Kf.T.r
, Meigs, February 17, May : 11, Octo
ber 5. "' "" ' '" '' '--! ' " I :
1 j 'WaflWngton, March" 2, Ilay J 25, Oc
tober 19. J" .'"." 1
'Athena, March 23, Juno 15, Novem-
ber ;." " ' "'
- it -y JOHN' P. PLTtET. , "I JWass 7i
SILAS H. WRIGHT,
'Judicial
; ,',' E., A.i GOTHRIB.
Vieirktof
) Unto,
.Beplember4i6J J867.
In TeeUmony WhW, I.baveirhsMOJitoeubsoribed.
" " 111 JT.in,.-.,- miiv., in. Bnrui am u
II B. riCoarl, at McArUior, this mh day of, Oo-
t tober, A. D. lBuT. ,
,.a i, .GEUttQK LANIZ. CUrk
. 1 rf ; l;. t f l ji; i . i
TCV-'' r,.?:3BvTotioow,":.''?.,r.';
ALL person are hereby warned not to tmst, em
Dior, or harbor nvv (wo aoob. Richard Bolnr and
iMld i. . . olrr . Those onVnding againat thiaio.l
tioewlU.be prosecuMd by meaocordingtoiaw. 1 A
' illensville, Ohio, October ,m7-3vr.
r t
ts.,,:.- i- i KM, U:M.: ;: '
8,
"
M! ARTHUR UKbJiit x
.T- rfi tTCT.. OQ"tiI
ftrOULb respectfully Inform theblttaenii "'y,1
V and o,her countes that they have, at Ihwr
. JTUESEHY, one mile norttwsMt worn jaawwur,
.' : ri oithe.very.bwt. varieties oi.,, ? ;v. ,
X3rY2? i xriness,
Apple' Trees and Peach Trees'
C IIERIIY TREES;
Wewnrrant nllousstuok true to name and at as
low prices as uan be obtained anywhere, and invite
all pemons to cull and examine it.
Any letter addrescd to us, as to prices ,or varie
ties will be promptly answered.'
, J; & W, GOLD, Mt Arthur, Q.
October3,lS67-tl '
PAIHT3 FOB FAltMESS snJ others, Tie Gn-fton
M in. ml Faint t;o. are now maauiacturlng the best,
c'lenpest, ntid .nost durable suiiu in use; two coals
well put on, mixed with pure Linseed Oil, w 11 last
W or 15 vears; it in ot a light brown or beainjful choc
olate color, and can be cliiiii.ned to green, lend,
stone, drab, olive oi cream, to suit taste of consumer.
It is valuable tor Houses, Earns, Fencej, Carnage
and Car-makers, Pail and Wooilen-wnro, Agricul
tural Implements, Canal Boats, Vessels ndr'hips'
Bottoms, Canvas, Metal and Shingle Hools, (it being
Fire and Water proof.) Floor II Cloths, (one manu
facturer haying used 6000 bbls. the past year,) and
as a paint for any pu-pose is unsurpassed for body,
durability, elnsiicity, and adhesiveness., -Price $8
porbbl. of3oUlbs., whioh will supply a larmer for
year to come. Warranted in nil ca,tes hb nbove.
Send for acirculnrwhichnivesfull particulars. Nona
genuine unless bmnded iu a Undo marU (irnl'tou
Jlineral Paiut. Ald,e..R ... , ,i
LAMEL BIUtVELL, 1
flept 8, 'fiT-em M Pearl StreetKew York.
Sheriff's Sale.
State of Ohio, Vinton County. ;
Martha J. Bill, Plaintiff, ) In Vinton county court
.earns! common plraa;
Tana. M. H ill. Defendant i UnKxeeiitiun.
UKsl AM to Hie command ot an execution In
. tne above eaue tn ins directed from the min t
, -
f
ol common pleas, of ;h aforesaid county of Vinton,
twill offer lor sale, at the floor of Hie Court Kdng.
in the Twn of JioArtliur, in uforesavl oouuly of
Vinton, on
TUESDAY, the 2Cth Day of "Nov-em-.
; ; ;ber, A. D.1867, ' '
at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said day. Hip fol
lowing desoiib 'd liiods -in'l It-neiiieou, situ to n
the county ol Vinton ami -slate ol Ohio, lo-wit:
f'i'he South-Kast Qnurter nf the fioulli-West
f.Qiiavier of Scininw Nuinher Four , 4, of
j,' umber Ten 10 of Hane ' uml ei Ligli
teen 13, ootiiainiug Forty acres more or
less. '''
Taken n the prnrly of Isnne M.iHill to snti'fy
judgiueur malurea.(l'cvur iu lavor of Martha J.
mil. . .
.- Appraised af fix Hundred Dollars and must bring
two-tliiri ol'tlmt sum..
T einis of sali cash irt hand on the day nf sale.
;i , .,r-J.011S I, 8HOCKEV,,
HheriffViuton county, O.
P. B. Pnn. Mt'yforPI'0. .......
tH)iiber,H4.1.tiT-Awrl2. . . . . , . , ,
AWAY WITH
L.a-uJiFoin ablb
TRUSSES.
.' 1 Comfort and cure for tho
' Ilupturri. '
feni post paid nn receipt
- of 10 cenis Address
- r- Dr E. B FOOTE,
110 Lexington . Avenue,
t'prner asi28tU St Kew
"lork.
TIUPBESS, CATARS3,' CONSUMPTION, .
A-',. Oauoer Cured, :. , . ;
AND
A Treatise on Iiefnes, Catarrh, Consumption and
Cioner their cniisen, ni'-aus of fpicdy relief, nnd
ultimate erne. By a i'upii ol the Acadtmy of Medi
cine, l'ariif. Sent to nuv ud.l rc.f for JO ct-iitu.
Letter I-nm lioht. MoMurdy, ri.HLL.D.. Grand
f rpluiB of Oraml Kueumpnitiut ol U. K.,aad Editor of
j the "National Freenws,iii;"
Niw Yokk, Bt-pt. 17, 18f,T. Pr. Flilwell wb in
' clinrxe ot Grace Cliiir.h llo -punl, Alenjndria, Vs..
dur nx the War. 1 fieqm'iitly, niinnst daily, for
months, visited tins lloiliil, and had every ineuim
of knowing liiiiiutution fur rrru-iE cy and hkIll.
It wnsof theiniist credible i-liHriU'ter, u ,d hlMSUccexs
in tne treutmeut ul patients was reni.ukuUo. Kuir.
McMuaM. .
OBOAKIO VIBRATOR.
It din Into the ear, ianoi perceptible, remnvea sing
ing unices n the head, ami enanlea deal jierfluns to
hear diclinollyatehur h and public afsemblifti. Thi
ingtrUmenV(i
tZ'Z
justed with tUe ease ol spectuclea,
olleiiproaneercaiiHijaimo.i minion-
lllUlll ou.-ii-
may be ad.
justed with tUeeaaeol spectiiolea.
in. si uweit Will oe proicissionaiiy ai si r.am waun
inston Place, TJui-orHity Buildings, N. Y., W to,
exoept Tuesday, when he will be at his rooms Hi.'l'i
Pine Street, Pli lailelphift, Pa. ' Il ly
Official Directory.
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Representative in ronirress J. T. WILSON. .
Htate 8enatorJ. BBAUHUHY. , ,
Representative A.J. BW AIM. '
Common Pleas Judges M A RTIN CEAUJ, J, T.
PLYLKY.
Probate Jud)?e-.T08EPn KALER.
Auditor-W. K. FELTON. i , ,
Recorder-JONATHAN BRINE., f t
Prosontlng Attornev ARCH J BALD NATO,
Treasurer J, P. DUNK ,.-t ,
Clerk of Conns GEORGE LANTZ.
Bhenll OHN J. HHOt'K RY. ,
Surveyor . O BTKINKROOK.' " '
Coroner WILLIAM X), BIUGINS.- . . i
- fWILtilAM CLARK, ; 1
Commissioner JTHOMA6 MAflKB,
) Oavai.e (ii'NHuoi
i M, S, BBit( , .
.1 J. V. MoGnnviBT.
Bohool Enminers-
Post Offices in Vinton County.
NameofPostOflloe. Tnwustiin.- Foot Msster-
Allensville
Hope Farnaoe
Dundas . ,
KichlauU
Browq ; .,
J. Il0.ll
9. l).,fgle,Ston
8. IsamiDger
Miles Batloliff!
. Eeynolds . ,
J. N. McLsnghlin
Clinton
Eagl0; If
Swan
Elk -:
Eagle Mills
Elt
MoArthur
New Plymontb
Reea's Milla. ,
owao",. ".
Vinton 8taliou
Wilkesvllle .
Zaleskl
AHAtba :
Brown -
H. O. HarUeo
Clinton,.
w Uurtei.sbnw
ran '
Wm. Tailor
Elk i J 1 J
George Fry
Wilkes ,
Madison
Richland .
Will'''
Rail Roads.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
IS-l'i'ri-'-irfi Ssi
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI RAILROAD.
(IW BW B1WI .WWW
I follOWR. -1
. J Jl.. I..n... . 1 7 1.uinl . ; .
Trains nn nm as
.7- ..... . Mm wrm nm wt.. . .- , , . m
.MAIL EAST
Depart Cincinnati
" ' ljovelanit "
' ..,;IUIliooihe;
Hamden '
mi" fcnlfskr i ,
Athens
Arrive Marietta -.
Bltr.
0:00 r.M. ' 0rjt ti "
10 IT H, .,;.:.! J.gi.rA,..
1 88 .. 10 4i
8i7 .... , E"
7i '
7 40 , 4 n '
' ' UloaT'EXlP.il-fv.'fc T.
. a00.,.. mi r.a.- '
'"MAIL WE$T
IMpbct Bel pre
. , 40
,1U '
iff u )
unmaen
10 tft 1
KirtbUlieotha; ll tii,,, -i .i.t "
Lbveland
813
It
Arrive iainht
CennecUon made at Hamden With T..:i t Lb ll.a
Portsmonh Branehv I ; .j t r ., . ,
Clone oonnectioas uiade at'tllnetniiKft (viih'sli.
WMHira iiniM., .uu.f Jlft7,.vui 11 1. 1 1..' rinill.
more and Ohio Bail .Road.
f i)tl
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m.tjff vi 1 1 . .liull.n.
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