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A II DU BID. .DiJOiil'TiON !
A TOOKO'lADT 8UOCKISQLT DECKIVED I I
NotWft since, yun8 m" ""PPO'"! to
DOseS ItoO'l pnuoipiev uuk uu
fered his hand Q1 heart to a fair young
U.ly with snug little fortune of M.000
The offer was f"Uy considered, and finally
refused,, o'n the ground that the young man
showed M my .years abore the young
Udy: though he was really but twenty-six.
Yet his fine side wliiskers and hair were
tinged with an awful sprinkling of hoary
white and gray, and fairly indicated
round soore more of y.ars than he had re
ally seen. To the young man the refusal
came like a frosty blanket U a eold night
WhatwM to be done? What could be
done? Tre, his head came out from under
his "Fntr" white as a coon after a snow
orrabut must this divide them.
Atoace h. left th. eity. Time passed on
and the young Udy receded ant her offr
Rejection U the fine and beautiful lor
could be tound. His head was PERFECT,
and V. raven locks bad a most bewuchiug
iccepted; th. day laeJf d"L"d
.ration made; the minister p iH
the thing done. She happy 0UPe parted
in matrimonial peace and triumph.
Three balmy days parsed away, when the
loving young husband threw his gentle arms
around his better half by $50 000, and said,
"Darling, what do you think of y whue
hnirsnow?" The startled and astonished
bride with uplifted hands, ".
co, R , ie it possible? Am I deemed
Tell me quickly! I" The smiling, jubilan
husband roguishly replied, "No, you are no
deoeived, It is 1. you are kink. And this I
owe to "Van AUen's Vegetable tlatr Rester
erl" And this article we now offer you never
has had itsequalon the American Continent.
We don't recommend you to play the cheat
v i. : :.n,nf tut we do sav !
1st It will positively restore the whitest
,i . MAPjnfl trt its
hair on the beads oi me mu i - --
.!!.! .n.i h,ntv. whi e it often
brings out a luxuriant growth where he
. -liknnt olainlllff the
hair is enureiy gone, wiii-uu- o
finest fabric , .
2D-Peopl9 whose heads may have become
h.tta their hair restored
gray may rraun; - :,i.
and their heads onoe more covered with
shining silky locks, and tresses never Dui-
passed in beauty even in early youtn.
r- j:oo. m which the hair and
soalp are subject, finds a healing, restoring
balm in this preparation.
4th As a dressing no one claims it has
an equal, either In richness of lis perfume,
or its tendency to keep the hair in its proper
1
6TH-Ifyou want white hair made beauti
ful as in youth, grry bair perfectly restored
a dandruff head permanently eleaned, and
honing scalp punned, loose -
in short, your head covered with the beauty
of raven locks, and silken' tresses, you Imve
only to use , T
VAN ALLEN'S VEGETABLE HAIR
RESTORER,
SOffice of the Proprietor, No. 117 Nassau
Street, New York.
ISaTSold hy all Druggists.
tSy-Ask for Van Allen's
VEGETABLE HAIR RESTORER AND
DRESSING,
Aud tko no other.
If not sold by Druggists in your town, a
Trial Mlilt "ill be eentjte you by express
..I- r- Twin hv mail, thus
upon receive -j .
giving you an opportuLity at once.of testing
its excellent qualities. ..
Address, C. L: VAN ALLEN,
No. 117 N vssau Street, New 1 erk.
Ooteber 10t 18C7-6ra
TO C0NBUMmVX8.-Rev. Edwasd A., wiljos
will send (tree ol charge) to nil wlio desire it, the
prescription with the directions for trailing and us
ingthesimple remedy by which he was cured of
lung aftection and that dread disease consumption.
Ilia only object is to benefit the afflicted and he hopes
every siifferer will try this prescription, as it will cost
nothing, and may prove a blessing. Please oddieni
REV. El)WARI A. WILSON,
No. H5 South SecondStreet, Williamsburg, N. York.
May 2, 1867 -It
AWAY WITH
SPECTACLE.
OLD ITBS MAP NEW
$atxly without doctor or
medicine). Sent post
paid on receipt of 10
cents. Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE,
110 Lexington Avenue,
Corner East 23th Street,
New Tork.
SECRET8 FOR THE MILLION. A moot valuable
and wonderful publication. A work of 400 page
and 30 colored engravings. Dr. Hunter's Vade Me
num. an oriizinal and oonulnr treatise on Man and
Woman, their Physology, Functions, and troubles ot
every kind, with never failing remedies for their
apeedy cure.
The practice of Dr. Hunter has long been and still
is, unbounded, but at the earliest solicitation ot nu
merous persons, he has been induced to extend hia
medical usefulness through the medium of his "Vade
Mecum."
One copy, securely enveloped, win be rorwarded
free of postage to any part of the United States fro
SOcents in P. O. stamps. Address, post paid, Ir.
flunto r, No.3 Division stroet, New York. .
Aigust 13.1S67-T
M'ARTHURNURSERY
J. c3 "V GOIiD,
TTT'OULD respectfully Inform the cittiens of Vinton
TV and other counties that they have, at their
HUBSERT, one mile north-east from kto Arthur,
, - the very best varieties ol
Grapo Vinos,
Apple Trees and Peach Trees;
QUIXCE TREES;
CHERRY! TREES;
. PEAR TREES.-
We warrant all our stuck true to name and at
low prices as can be obtained anywhere, and invite
ftll persons w uaimini VAiinjine lb.
Any letter addressed tons, ft to prices or varie
ties will oe promptly uworpa
J. n.
GOLD, MeArthr, O.
OotoberS, US7-tt
GKOVESTEEN'S PIANOS,
GRO VESTEE'N'8 PIAN08,
GROVE8TEENS PIANOS,
499 Broadwiy, New York,
499 Broadwiy, New York.-
-499 Broadway. New York.
ABB unrWnlled for Dciaulitv, Powxi and Eveik
ness of-Tom. - Thev are fast becoming the fa
vorite over all others, witb Musicians, Amateurs
aud all lovers, of Good Music! They are Warranted
in every respect, eenoj lor uircmar,
: .. . , . OaOVENBTEEN & CO.,
JulyU; 498 Broadway Few Tork
MARRIED LIFE. Information and advice oM
tal importance to the married of both sexes. In
a sealed envelope, can be obtained fi e of charge by
nuareasing m unnersignea. - - - -
eespeotuilly, JAMES B. BUTLER. '
JulyU, m 823 Broadway, N. T,
. -AT- .
GBEALY REDUCED PRICES !
r. noRTON,
nAVtNG purchased and eemplelely' renovated
FURNITURE SHOP,
IN MoARTHDR,
formerly occupied by E. f.olM,) ""'dil.r?:
spectfully anuounceto the public that he intendi to
keep constantly on hand, a complete 9Bort.nento
CADU3ET FURHITUI.E,
suitable tbr this market.at
OREATLT REDUCES PRICES,
untten up in a style of wortmanshipnotto be excel
led by any ahop in this seclion.
All kindsofworkin his line will be neatly and
promptly done on very low terms.
Turning
Of all kinds done loorder on short notiie.
UNDERTAKING.
Afullanpply of
COFFINS
kept constantly on hand; and
10 per cent, will be deducted
on all orders for cash down.
March7,18li7-tt r. uun, i u.i.
BALTOUTMOWTHLY WAGAZIWE.
Tht Cheapest Magazim in tht Worldl
mHIS popular and widely circulated magnjjine has
trv. Each number is ornamented by numerous fine
engravings, and is complete in itself, embracing a
.7... if tolas. aLptphAA nnAms. and ilhlstra
E:d articles, written expressly for its columns. It is
conceded oy ail to oe me ciienpra i
une in theworld.
TERMS.
! Ma year; seven copies 9 00; thirteen copies
15 00. siniile copies IS cents. Address '
ELLIOTT, THOMES & TALBOT,
Boston, Mass.
FIRE ARMS
Sold by the trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 furnithed the U. S. Government.
Army Hevolver,
Navv Revolver,
Kelt' Revolver,
Police Hevolver,
44-10( in. calribre,
80-100 in. ealibre,
NavySise calibre,
fiavy Size calibre,
New Pocket Revolver,
si-iuo in calibre,
Pocket Revolver, (Rider's nl.ai-iuo in. cali'ire,
Repeating Pistol, (Elliot pt.)Ko. 22 4 22oartr'Ke,
Vest Pocket pistol, No. 22, 30, 32 and il cartridge,
Gun Cane, No. 22 and 32 "
Breech Loading Rifle, (Bears) No. 32 and 38 '
Revolving Rifle, 36 and 44-l00in calibre
I. REMINGTON It SONS,
Won, Nev Yorlt.
PRINCIPAL
Moore Nichols,
Wm. Reed 4 Son,
Jos. C. Grubb & Co.,
Poultney ft Trimble,
Henry Folsom St Co.,
Johnuon, Spencer 4 C
L. M.Rumsey 4 Co.,
Albert E. Crane,
llarch 21,18U7-ly
illKII.
New York
Boston
Philadelphia
Baltimore
New Orleans
Chicago
St. Louis
Ban Fransisco
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Together with the different Stale Laws
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Exempt from Eieoutlon, Lein Laws, Uusary,
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Also, the General Bankrupt Law, with
forms and full instructions to enable Bank
rupts and creditors to take full benefit of the
Act without legal assistance.
Also, Pension Laws, witb full instructions
and forms to enable the Discharged Soldier
or Sailor lo procure Back Pay, Peusions,
Bounties, and all War Claims.
Also, Patent Laws, with full instructions
to inventors.
Also, Excise Laws. Stamp Duties, Post
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whole action of the Goverprrentvin relation
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Over 250 pages new matter have been
added, to meet the requirements of the times.
The utility of such a work no one will
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It will save them money, save them troub
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lawyers fees, and give them information
that nobody can afford to be without, 12mo,
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Price, handsomly bound, $2.
Sent, post-paid, on receipt of price.
A good,- reliable Agent wanted in every
town in the United States. Also, a respon
sible man at all prominent points, as General
Agent. Also, a few wide-awake men, te
travel in establishing Agenoies.
J. R. HAWLEY & CO.,
. 164 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.'
Any person "wishing a copy
of the above Book, -will call on
J W. Bowen,
Agent for Vinton County
rixlolio CTotloe.
NOTICE is hereby giTen to all whom It maycon
eern, and to some evil disoosed person in
particular, that 1 shall not hold myself responsible
lorany nargain or nargaina mane oy any. person ex.
cent myself, so bras my property mav be concern
ed; and all persons are strictly forbidden from ma
king bargain with any person so for as mv oronertv
vnay be concerned, or from borrowing any of my
p rv pen j vi muj jJimjn wituuu. m j KDOwieag.
Those having borrowed or taken my property with
out my consent will please return the same Imme
diately and save trouble. i
Not. 11, ISCt-irw DELIGHT B0WEN.
-Thwfctnwaal
GIFT X CONCERT'
' AND OttAND .
PRESENTATION ENTERPRISE!
The Largest, "the. Greatest', and
most Successful Enterprise
ever inaugurated in the
Statel . . :
A PRIZE WITUEVERY' TICKET I
A PRESENT WITH EACH TICKET t
We Scorn Postponement !
THE GRAND PRESENTATION CONCERT
AND ENTERTAINMENT will positively
take place
Tuc8dayEve.,Dec.31,I867
AT
ASSEMBLY HALL,
FN LA DELPHI A , FA.
500,000 Valuable Gifts, valued at $500,
000, will be presented to Ticket
Holders, including $195,000
in Greenbacks.
No. of TICKETS ISSUED, 500,000, PRICE, $1,00 eaoh
BSrEvery Ticket Receives a Gift.
1 Gift In Greenbacks
I Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift de
$60,000
40,000
25,000
10,000
6.000
4,000
3.000
2.000
$1,001 each 20.000
20 Gifts
20 Gifts
20 Gifts
20 Gifts
800 Gifts
1000 Gifts
do
do
de
do
de
600 do 10.000
100 do 2 000
CO do 1,000
10 do 8000
5 do 6 000
do
1 Farm in Livingston count v.N.Y. 10.000
40 Pianos, Chickerings, $500 each 20,000
20 Melodeons de 150 each 3,000
4 Billiard Tables fiOl eaoh 2,000
1 Set Diamond Rings and Pin 800
2 Cluster Diamond Rings $300 each 600
5 Silk Dress Patterns 100 each 600
20 Sewinz Machines 75 each 1,500
200 Gents' Gold Watches 150 each 30,000
200 Ladies do do 100 each 20,000
200 American II. C. Silver Watches
$65 each 13.00'
200 Pat. Lever H. C do de
$40 each ' 8. 000
60 Gold Watch Chains $40 each 2.000
2000 Photograph Albums i do 10 000
2000. Gold Pecs in velvet cases $4 each 8. Of
1000 Ladies Purses, line 6 do 5 000
1000 Gold Rines - 5 do '6.000
And the balance, comprising Handsome Mirrors,
Statinnprv. Vhnpr. finlil Lined GohletB and C'.1P8(
Marble Top Centre Tables, Gold Bracelets, Plated
TeaHetts, Silver PitchcrR, Handsome Books, Rich
bleel Kngravings, and other articles in addition to
me arjove, amounting to ie,bvu aouars, malting
500,000, Gifts, or a Present Given with
Every Ticket!
S.The Pistrihution will take place immediately
afier the Concert. A Committee of well-known citi
lens, chosen by the Ticket-holders, will take charge
of and superintend the drawing. All Agents nnj
purchasers will be suppled with a correct lit of the
awarusassoon as puouseu.
MODE OP DRAWING.
Duplicate Tickets, numbered from 1 to 500,000, are
plnced in a wheel; the nrst Ticket dtawn out utKts
the highest nri7.o of tGO.000, the next the ffcond
highest prim, and so on until the whole No. 600,000,
are drawn. 1 lie awards win be securely pacKeo unu
expressea nt expense or tne owner.
im-HENKV AAL E, Esq., our talented Mini
cal Director, promises a most delightful treat in the
Orchestral an J Vocal Exercises for the occasion-
no less than twentv artists being enrolled.
We are moi-t desirus that al! ticket holders should
be present to witness the drawing and thereby re.
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 be
guarhed with the same fidelity as il the were pres
ent. a.We shall keep books numbered from 1 lo
600,000, in which will be entered the name and ad
dress ot every purchaser, under the number of his
ticket. This will insurethe the ticket holder, as
well as our&elros, against loss.
SPECIAL TERMS OR CLUB RATE3.
Any party or club sending for three or more tick
ets al one time, and remitting us the money for he
same, will be allowmg commission, we will se
S Tickets to one address for $2.6
do do do do 4.00
10 do do do do " 7.60
20 do. de do do 14.00
1ST" Agents wanted in every Town.
SJVIn every case send the name of each subscri
ber. Post Offios address, state and county in full.
Money in amounts not excee ding twenty dollars
sent at our risk. .
The undersigned would most cordially recommend
Gen. A. T. Williams tothepublic, he having won n
enviable reputation as a gallant soldier, end as an
honorable and reliable gentleman, we believe he will
conduct the presentaiton with honesty and fairness,
giving satisfaction to all interested.
uen. a. v. Lawrence, Lot. A 8 Brand,
Ocn.P. II. Smith. Maj. R. B. Nash,
Col. D. D Lewis, A. C. Severance, Esq
KVAll communinations should be addressed,
A. T. WILLIAMS k CO.,
No. 307 South Second Street
Philadelphia, Pa.
CERTAIN,
Speed? (fare
roa j
NEURALGIA,
AMD JXL j
NERVOUS
DISEASES,
It Effects mr
Magical.'
It is unfailing kihdbdt in all eases of
Neuralgia Facialis, often effecting a perfect
cure in less than twentv-four hours, from
the use of no more than two oi tbiii Pills.
No other form of Neuralgia or Nervous Dis
ease has failed to yield to this
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT.
Even in the severest eases of Chronic Nenrnlrris
and general nervous derangements of many van
standing affecting the entire system, its use for a
few days, or a few weeks at tle utmost, always a fiords
the most astonishing relief, and very rarely fails to
produce a complete and permanent cure.
It contains no drugs or other materials in the
slightest degree injurious, even to the most delicate
system, and ean always be used with - -
.. t PERFECT SAFETY, . . -.
It has long been in constant use by many of eur
MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS, '
who give it their unanimous and unqualified approval.
eent dj man u receipt ui price ana pest
age. ,. . M-.; : ,.
One package $100, : ' Pr stage 6 onts
Six packages V ' 6.00, Postage 27 eents
Twelve packages 9.00, Postage 48 cents
It Is sold by all wholesale and retail dealers in drugs
ana meaioiner tnruugnoui we umiea owes, ana Dy
TURNER k CO- SoU Proprietor. .
Mm 130 Tremont &U, Bojten, Mmi.
l5iiyraOreuraJgia j
i ALLEY'S . . .
LIJNO BA L S A ltl,
, ' ': ' " "I0K TBI CU df" J' . i
Consumption, Bronchitis,
A D ALL DISEASES TIIAT LEAD TO IT
Suoh 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 introduced to the suffering publiu
itter its merits for positive cure of such diseases
have been fully tested. Thefnrmula from whieh it is
prepared la referred to by the leadingimedical jour
nals as being equal to any prescription thnt can be
made up, for such diseases, by the meriinal faculty.
The Balsam Is. consequently, recommended by phy
sicians who haye become acquainted with its great
success.
As an Expectorant it has no Equal
We oopv the following Inleresting letter from Dr,
Harris to the Middlebury, Vt., Register, Nov.20,'B8:
Ma. Editoi:- It is only to subserve the Interests of
humanity that I reqoost ashort space in your valua
ble paper to Inform the publio what Allen's Lung
Hnluain ,a sure to do. Two vesrs azo I was attacked
with a severe cold; it settled in my throat, which so
aftected the organs ofspeech that I oould nut speak
aloud for nearly six weeks. I got through the winter
coughing nights almost incessantly, with eeld night
sweats, with increased irritatoin, which extended in
to the Bronchial tubes and which kept me coughing
all Bummer. I was at Bhorehnm on a professional
visit the past October, when the "good Samaritan"
came along introducing Allen's Lung Balsam into
New England. I procured a bottle end took it ac
cording to directions, and found immediate relief. I
have now taken two bottles, which has entirely cured
me. For the past two years, or during the time ot
my affliction, I was in a stale of constipation, winch
the Balsam has almost effectually regulated. Mo
tnmilvshould be without this valunble medicine. I
see by the Western papers that the physicians of
Cincinnati wnere ine nicuiciueismnnuiaciureu; are
introducing It into their practioe, and I have no doubt
it will soon become a classical remedial agent for the
cure of all diseases ofihe throat, Bronchial tubes, and
the lungs. KATH'L HAKR1S, M. D., Dentist,
Middlebury, Vt., Nov. 16, Una.
The proprietors ot this valuable Balsam take plea-i-ure
in calling to 1 1 the attention of all medicine deal
ers, desiring that they procure a supply of it, and
recommend it to their afllieted patrons and friends.
It will stand the test for merits, as has the celebrated
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
which has been introduced to all parts of the inhab
ited world, and is everywhere appreciated and sought
alter, The Balsam is for sale by most of the leading
Druggists, and can always be had from them, in auy
quantity desired, by the country dealers.
J.N. HARRIS CO., Sole Proprietors,
Cinciunati, Ohio.
For sale by
' G. W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArthur, Ohio..
Dr J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden,
R. S. Wilcox, Hamden.
4 4 I f ' 4 V:4
PURIFY YOUR BL00S
DR WEAVER'S
GAMER $ SALT EliEUM
stz":RTt:f.
For the Cure of -Canker,
Salt Rehum, Ereysipelas, Scrofulous
Diseases, Cutaneous, and every kind of -disease
'arising from an impure
sia.te of the Blood.
The most effective Blood Purifier ef the Nine
teemh Century 1
8JThis Syrup, with the Cerate, we will
warrant to oure any hard case ef Old
Sores no matter how long standing,
"Sold by DrugqiBts Generally.
For rale by
O. W, Sission, Druggist, Mc Arthur;
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Hamden,
R. 3. Wilcox, Hamden. -
Fever and Agoe and Chills
THB
Best Remedy to Core
IS
DATIS' FAIN KILLER.
DiVcion for itt Vee.
rPAKE S spoonfuls ef the Pain Killer in
about half a pint of 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
produce vomiting, (and it probably will,) if
the stomach is very foul, take a little Pain
Killer, in eold Water, sweetened with sugar,
after each spasm. Perseverencs in the above
treatment bas cured many severe and obsti
sate oases of this disease.
Ti A IN KILLER Cares Sore
X Tbroaf
A Favorite Medicine with all classes,
... Is Davis Pain Killer.
IF job have Painter's Cholio,
' Vse the Pain Killer.
w
0 Medioine is as popular
As the rain Killer.
KEEP the Paii -Ziller always at
hand,
IF yon have a Cough or Cold,
Use the Pain Killer.
r OOK and not gel caught without a bottle
Jj of Pain Killer in the house.
LET everybody use the Pain Killer for
Sprains and Bruises,
EVERY sailor should carry a bottle of Pain
Killer with him.
REMEMBER, the Pain Killer is for hath
Internal and External. ...
The Pain Killer is sold hr all the Drug
gists and Dealers in Family Medieines.
j. ft. HAKtua s w., wnomnsti, umo,
Agents for the Western States.
1 or sale oy : . ,
Q W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArthur,
Dr. J.A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden,
R, S. ilcox, Hamden.
Oct. 24. 1667-8tn .
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No person of refinement, economical house
wife, or lady of taste, oan afford to do with
out the Model Monthly.
Single copies, 8U cents; pack numbers, as
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Yearly, S3, witb a valuable premium; two
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ing Mochine for 20 subscribers at $3 eaoh.
Address '-:
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.Demorest's Monthly and Young Amerioa
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W Rl!j; U R E! !
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"WYCKOFF & KALER,
RE still in town manufacturing and dealing in
JX all kinds of
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On MAIN STREET, opposite Dr. Wolf'sOffleo,
McARTQUR, jjhio.
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A superior quality ot Mattresses of all sitei al
ways kept on hand. .
XT ndortn Is. 1 xi'sr -
Wa are alwavs In readiness to ATTKNf)
'FUNKKALS in Town and Country, at the
luwosb mica.
A Fair Prioe for a Fair Article
is Our Motto!
Purchasers are requested to call nrd examine our
. ! Large tSook of Furniture
before purchasing elsewhere, as we teel eonflrlenl
that we can furnish better and cheaper articles than
any other establishment in this vicinity.
WYCKOFF & KALER.
W A S II I N G
a
2
Strong, Simple and Practical.
TT is a Squeezing Machine; warranted no
I to injure clothing geared to give six
strokes of the plungers for one turn of the
handle, and 150 turns of which will wash
thoroughly the bulk of six to twelve shirts,
according to the siz or Machine used.
A GIRL OR BOY CAN OPERATE IT, and
Six Yeart' experience proves the Nonpahkii,
to be the only Washing Machine nude which
elands the test of lime and Vee. It is unap
proachablo for
SPEED POWER AND EFFECTIVENESS.
AGENTS WANTED.- Bend for free De.
scrlptive Circulars to
OAKLEY & KEATING, "
184 Wler Street, New York City.
June 6, 1801 -m
THE RURAL AMERICAN FOR 1868.
Tlie balauoe of Volume for 1867 Free I
This highly popular Farmer's and Fruit Grower's
Paper is published at Utica, N. Y., on the 1st and
15th of each month, nt tl.60 a year, and every sub
scriber receives a Gratuity, worth in some eii-en,
the Full Subscription Price I The Gratuities con
MHt of fluo Steel Piute Engravings ; choice Grape
Vines, including the Concord, the best grape in ex
istence; valuable Raspberries and Strawberrise
the best cultivated, and numerous other things,
among whieh is the EARLY GOODRICH POTATO,
that yields one hundred to one of seed the best
table potato tn existence, (or summer or winter, and
subject to no dbease I A package of these Potatoes
is sent Iree, and pest paid to nil subscribers who
request it, that is sure to produce a Hushel, or
more, worth $5, as they sold Inst spring. All
Gratuities are sent tree of ehnrge for transportation
Over 00,000 dollars wortn ot Vines, Ao , were they
sent out in 1SV(1 and 7, all of which-gave great satis
faction. The Rural American is the best Practical
paper for Farmers and Fruit Glowers in the United
Htates, and the cheapest, bend tor a samole copy,
which is sent free, and see tnr yourfcive what an
elegant, large paper it is, in 10 page quarto form, to
Dina at tne end oi tne yenr. u you remit one dol
lar and fifty cents for it fur 1808, you wi'l receive the
balance ol the volume lor 1SU7, Iree from the time
your money roaches mi, and through 1808 for your
money, ano a Gratuity, as you shall select! The
full details of these magnificent offers will be found
in the Rural American. I want a Club Agent in every
town in the United Htntes, as my paper is National
in its chuacter, and circulates in every tilnte in the
Union. The immense success of the Rural Amerl
.can, having the largest circulation of any paper In
this country that istitled to he called a Practical Ag
ricultural and Horticultural yublication, enables me
lo give to Club Agents more for their services than
is ottered by any other publisher! The premium lisv
is magnificent, embracing Concord and other Grape
Vines, by the Hundred and Thousand, down to a
single vine; valuable Watches, splendid hunter
cases, extra Double Geld Plated, worth ' dollars,
or only 10 subscribrrs, that can be obtained in two or
three days; also the celebrated Roper, Fonr Shoot
ing Repeating Shot Gun, that is sold for 60 dollars,
and many other valuable thing! , that may be found
described in the paper. I havo 60,000 very tine two
year old old Concord Grape Vines for sale, at one-hall
the prices that others self the same quality and age
fori Address "t B. MINOR, Clinton, Oneida Co.,
N Y.," as my editorial office and vineyards are loca
ted there.
Sheriff's Sale.
IN PARTITION.
Stat of Ohio, Vinton Connty.
Lee Mai In, Plaintiff, 1 In Court of Common
against - Pleas. Order of
Orrln B. Gould et. nl., Defts.J Bale.
IN PURSUANCE of an order of sale In the above
cause to me directed from the court of common
pleas in and for the county of Vinton, and Slate ef
Ohio, and bearing date of November 20th, A. D. 1807,
1 will ofler for sale at public auction, at the door ot
the Court House, in the Town of McArthur, in said
county, on , ,
MONDAY, the 30th day of Decem
ber, A. V. 18G7,
the hour of 1 o'clock7 r. m of said day, the following
lands and tenements, to-wit:
"Situate in the county of Vinton and State ot Ohio,
being a part of the South east Quarter of Section
Nineteen (19,) Township Ten (10,) Range Seventeen
(17. besinning at a stone In the south boundrv line
of said Quarter Section; thence west with the said
line 1S.7U enains to tne east rjounary oi nit uepoc
Grounds of the Marietta It Cincinnati Railroad Com.
pany; thence North-easterly with the line of said De
pot Grounds 6.3ft chains; thence East 2.78 chains to
a stone; thence North 2.13 chains lo a stone; thence
East 10.62 chains to a stone; thence South 7.38 chains
to the place of beginning contailng ten acres more
or less.'
The same to be Bold subject to the dower estate
of Ruby T. Martin and Margaret M. Gould.
Appraised at five hundred dollars and ainst bring
two-thirds ofthat sum.
Terms ef Sale cash in hand at the time of sale. -
; ;i . ) ., ,; JOHN J. SHOCKS?,'
i Sheriff Vinton County, t. -
H. 8. Bandy, Att'y for Pl'ft. 1
. HovemberM, 18bf-6w-U . I ' - ' r
I HifJRXATION, Information guaranteed to pro
A duce a luxuriant growth of hair upon a bald head
ui uvbiuidod low, aimi ii f wipv lur tun removal oi
Pimples, Blethes, Eruptions, etc., on the skin, leav
ing the same soft, dear, and beautiful, can be obtain
ed without charge by addressing Tsea. t, Cojm,
eftkGfclaASlVjffj aWsJ TtfsYlsrV -
Tie j q;mcinileAlniauac for,'
lOOO.
ffi have ew in Press this popular Toliti
cal Compendium for 18C8. It will contain -besides
ths ubusI matter of all AUanaos,
full and official Returns of all . the Elections
for this year, compared ilh previous ones,
the most important Acts of Congress, Presi
dent Johnson's Veto Messages and Procla-"
mation, Lists of Federal and . State Officers,
Members of Congress, Statistical and other
Information indispensable to every politician, ,
planter, farmer, merchant or mechanic ,: , f
, On account of the lateness in making
up tlie'official election Returns, this Alma
nae cannot be issued until on or about the
1st of January, herce it is desirable to have
all orders in as earless possiWo, so as to
know how large an addition lo print,' that '
all may be supplied promptly. All order ,
will be filled according to the date of their ;
reception. The cash muet acompacyall
orders. ,i
TERMS.
Single Copies, by mail, prepaid 28 cents.
Seven Copies, by moil, prepaid, $ 1 00
Fifteen Copies, by mail, prepaid,' 2 00
One Iluudred Copies, by express, 12 00
Address
VAN EVRIE, HORTON & CO.,
No. 1G2 Nassau Street, New Fork.
pAISTS FOB FARMERS and others. The Grafton .
X Mineral Paint Co. ore now intiiuiliiuturing the best,
cheapest, nnd .noet (tillable faint in use; two c.a8
well put on, mixed with pure l.inxeed Oil, Will Inrt
10 or 15 years; It is ot a light brown or beniuilul choc
olate colpr, and can be changed to green, lead,
stone, drub, olive or cream, to suit taste of consumer
It is valuable tor Houses, llaniH, Fence!, Ciirringo
and Car-niaker.i, Pail mid Wooclen-wnre, Agricnl-'
tural Implements, Cnnsl Bouts, Vessels and Whips'
Bottoms, C'auviis, lletnl anil Hliingle Hoots, (it being
Fire and Water proof,) Floor i il ,'loths, (one manu
facturer hny.ug uied fcooo bbls. the pnst venr,) and
as a paint for any pu-pose is unsurpassed li r body,
durability, elasticity, and adhesiveness. Prn e til
per bbl. ofamlbs., which will supply a farmer lor
years to come. Warranted in nil cases as ubove. '
Send for acircularwhichgivesfiill particulars. Noun ;
genuine unless branded in a trade mark Grafton
Mineral Paint. Add i ess
DANIEL BID ' ELL,
Sept. 6, 'U7-6m 254 Pearl dtreetNew York.
DEAFNESS, CATARRH, COHSTJMITION, AND
. Oanoer Cured.
A Treatise on Defness, Catarrh, Consumption and
Cancer; their causes, means of speedy relief, and
ultimate cure. By a Pupil ot the Academy of Medi
cine, Pnris. Sent to any address for 10 cents.
I.etteriiom Kobt. Mc.Murdy, D.iLI..I.. Grnnd
Prelate of Grand Encampment ot U. S., and Editor of
the "National Freemason:"
New Vouk, Sept. 17, 18D7. Dr. Stilwell was in L
charge olGince Church Hospital, Alexandria, Vs.,
dur ng the War. 1 frequently, almost dally, for
months, miled this Hospital, and had every means
of knowing his reputation for Kt ricis- cr and skill
It was of the most Credible character, and his success
In the treatment ol patients was remarkable. Hon.
MeMuanv.
0IU3ANI0 VIBRATOR.
It fits Into the ear, isnoi perceptible, removes sing
ing noises n tlie head, and enables deat persons to
hear distincllvat chur h nnd public assemblies. This
instrument w ill often produce results almo.t miracu
lous, nnd inoeei' in most cases of If ng standing deaf
ness, it will relieve in a short time. It may be ad
justed with tte ease oi spectacles.
1'r. SI il ell w.ll be professionally al 31 East Wash
ineton Place, Uni-ersity Huildings, N. Y., 10 to 4,
except Tuesdays, when "he will be at his rooms ic:i2 !
Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 41'ly .
EiLYIUl'Eil, DAY & CO.,
MANSFIELD, OHIO
MANITf ACTURERS OP
COOK'S EVAPORATOR,
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
Eureka Cider Mills,
Victor Cank Mill,
BfAR L'OltN KlIELLEH,
IJorse Power Forks,
BUNN'S ESQUIMAUX REFRIGERATOR,
Warner's Sulky Revolving Kako
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,.'.-
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
Amalgam Belle,
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
MACHINES,
And many other nrticlesin the way of Implements,
Ti ols and machinery.
PUHE fc-OKUd AND IMPHEE 6EED, selected
varieties. Henri for circulars.
March 28, 18U7 ly
ffinal iDircclorp.
"Vi NT O nCO UNT y"6Tr ECTOrT.
Renresontative in i-'ongress J. T. WILSON.
Htiite Senator J. BKAUI1UHY.
ItepresentHtive A..I.HWAIM.
Common Pleas Judges-JIAR TIN TRAIN, J. P.
PLYLEY.
Probate Judge-JOSErU KALER.
Auditor W. I'. F ELTON.
Recorder JONATHAN BRINE.
Proscuting Atiomev ARCHIBALD MA78.
Treasurer J. P. IMJNKLE.
Clerk of Courts CiEUKHE LANTZ.
Shenft lOHN J. SHOCK EY.
Hurveyor h. C 8TE1NHI100K.
Coroner WILLIAM D. IlKiUINH. , .
( WILl.lAM CLARK,
Commissioner -l TIIo.M .f MAO EE,
(.MOItkW ALRAUGir.
) Obville (ii-N.Nio;
School Examiners .M. R. IU xes;
J J. M, JIcljiLLiv-iar.
Post Offices In Vinton l'ouii(.
Name of Post Office. Township. PostMsstr-r
Allensville Kichlund J.Wiloux
Hope Furnace Brown 3. D. t'gleston
Dundas Clinton S. Isntninger
Eagle Mills Eagle Miles Radcliff
Elk -' Swan ' I. Reynolds
MoArthur Elk J. N. McLaughlin
New Plymouth Hrown H. O. HarJen
Reed's Mills Clinton W Bartetshaw
Swan Swan Wm. Taylor , .
Vinton Station Elk George Fry
Wilkesville . Wilkes
Zaleski Madison J. fl.Will
Agatha Richland
Rail Roads.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI RAILROAD,
0
N and after January 0, 1867, Trains will run as
follows: '
MAI LEAST NIGHT EXPRESS KABT
Depart Cincinnati; 8:00 r.u. S 00 a.m.
"... Loveland .1017'': ! - 120"
Chilheothe . 1 38 r.K. , . 10 40 "
" Hamden ; 317 " ' 12i6i..
, -, Zaleski 33 ., . 1214
' Athens ' 4 Ci " - " " ' ' 2 00
Arrive MarietU : 71? " -n- k. 4 35 " -'
Belpre 7 3 J 4 60 "
MAIL WEST - KrfJHT EXPRESS W
Depart Belpre -, 00a.m.;'-.' .- twr.m.--"
Athens 8 37 '' ' 11 &0 ' '
Zaleski . 40. .! 12 6 '
" Hamden 10 15 1 3'4 " '
. "ir ubiiucotnei.il Mrjc-i i .-.i "ha.m;
, Loveland , 8 13 " , . . . "
Arrive Cincinnati.' , 36 j ) j7, ; 7 4lt 1")
Connections made AtHamdee with Trains o. tl.e
Portsmouth Branch. ': . i . V i. . , ili::
Close connections made al Cinamnatl with aj. .
Western Trains; asd at Parkersburg with the iiaiiU".
more and Ohiw Bail Road. .
dRLAND SMITH, 1 :
Master of Transportation,
hlllieothe,0.,Jan,4,U7. :

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