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A HORRID DECEPTION!
A YOUNG LADY SHOCKINGLY DECEIVED!!
Kt Ion since, a young man supposed to
.. irnod principles, but no fortune of.
ered his band l,esrt ,0 a fJr yTg
Xi.h li'tle fortune of 50 000-.
n i.: was fully conBiaerea, aim uubhj
vVK,., on the tround that the youug nan
.honed' too many years above the young
. il.niic i lie as realty urn v
whiskers and hair were
. llu'fina 'sum
i..dith "an awful sprinkling of hoary
white and gray, and fairly Indicated
round score more of years than he had re-
Uv seen. To the young man wie re.u3.
' r,n.i hlanket in a cold night.
What was to he done? What could be
TB lna head came out from uoder
., 'kiiA a coon after a snow
v... r,,..oi i hid divide them.
. . l-ft the oitT. Time passed on
and the young lady received another offer
No objection to the fine and beaut.tul lover
could befound. His heal was n"Vi,
and his raven locks bad a most bewitching
lustre Due time was taken and the other
accepted; the day fixed; evary desired prep
Bration made; tbo minister no ified, and
the thing done. She happy couple departed
in niatrimoaial Feace and triumph.
Three balmy days parsed away, when the
lovina young husband threw his gentle arms
around his better half by ?t0 000, and ea.d,
' Darling, what do you think of y white
hnirsnow?" The startled and astonished
bride with uplifted hands, exclaimed, "Kos
coeU , is it possible? Am 1 deceived
Tell me quiekly! I" The smiling, jubilant
husband roguishly replied. -No, you are no
it U I. ou are mink. And this
owe to "Van Allen's Vegetable Hair llestor-
And this article we now oner
has had its eqtialou the American Continent.
Wedon'trecoH.mendyouto play the cheat
.. inHnnni-n. hut we do say :
1st It will positively restore the whitest
hair on the heads of the oldest persons to
original color and beauty, while t. often
l lnvuriant erowth where
i,.5.i- emirelv cone, without Btaiuiu3
i" i.o l.ona mar have become
ZD reopie wuUr ..,,
,o,iiU h&va their hair reBt
!f..i n..ir Wda -once more covered
shining silky locks, and tresses never sur-
capsed in beauty even in j""-"
which the hair and
, 3D I'.verj uirtiioc
- - .11 In
..nlr, are subiect. finds a healing, restoring,
icalp 8-re sunjeci, u. ol
holm in il.is nreparuuuu. . .
4ru Asa dressing no one claims it
.eaual. either, n richness ,.f i,s
IIS icuu':u-j i-w wf
H'6.' t.., .i wliit.fl hair made beauti
ul as in youth, grry hair perfectly restored
j u..i .o.n.onpntlv cleaned,
a uunuruu ucou
i. ooi mirified. loose hair made fast,
n shoM yoSr head covered with the beauty
of raven locks, and silken tresses, you have
VAN0 ALLEN'S VEGETABLE HAIR
Office of the Proprietor, Ne. IH Nassau
Street, New York.
-Sold by all Druggists.
Ask for Von Allen's
vpoi-TARl.E HAIR RESTORER
And take no other.
Tfnnt .nldhvDru2sists in your town,
v.-z Until, will be eent'te you by express
.,n"r-iint of One Dollar by mail,
,, -i ...i 0f testing
ffivine vou an oppoi
Address, C. L: VAN ALLEN
Ko. inNissau Streetew iork.
i OcUber 10, 18G7-Cm
EowilD A. Wilms
nil send I'n e ol ctmrte) to all who desire it, the
piescription with tne airwuons ir bkijjb ujiu
ing the simple remedy by whicb he was cured of
lung affection and thnt dread disoHMS consumption,
il is only object is to benefit the nfflicted and he hopes
every sHtTerer will try ibis prwscriplion, us it will cost
nothing, and may prove a blessing. Flense uddieas
REV. K1AVAKD A. WILSON,
Ko. H5 South SecondStreet, Williamsburg, K. York,
liuy i, ltu7 -It
OLD ETE3 MAPE DEW
eaiilrj without doctor
medicinei. Sent post
paid on receipt of.
Dr. E. 15. FOOTE,
118 Lexington Avenue,
Corner East 23th Street,
SECRETS FOR THE MILLION. A most vnluaMe
and wonderful publication. A wotlc of 400 pnees
and 30 colored engravings. Hr. Hunter's Vade Me-1
cum, au original and popular treatise on Mnn and
woman, tneir V nysoiogy, r uncnons, an trouoies
every kind, with never failing remedies for their
. Tlie practice of Dr. Hunter has long been and still
is, unbounde d, but at the enrliest soliuitntion of nu
merous persons, he has been induced to extend
medical usefulness through the medium of bis "Vade
One copy, securely enveloped, will be forwarded
free of poslage to any part of the United Btntes
,eocentmn I'. O. stamps. Address, post paid, lr.
Hunti r, No. 3 Division street, New York.
August U.vm y
M' ARTHUR NURSERY
J". tSo W, GOIjD,
OULD respectfully Inform the citizens of Vinton
aad other counties that they have, at their
HTJBSERT, one mile north-east from JIcArtlini,
, . the very best varieties ot
le Trees and Peach Trees;
.QUINCE TEEES; '
CHE KEY TREES;
PEAR TEEES. .
' y?t wnrrant all our stuck true to name and at
low prices us can be obtained anywhere, and idvU
all persons to call and examine it.
. Any letter r,ddies-ed to uh, as to price ervaria-
1,1c will oe promptly auswereu
J . Ot
W. GOLD, MeArthtr, O.
October 3, 1867-U
QUO VESTEENS PIANOS,
499 Broadway, New York,
499 Broadway, New York.
, 499 Broadway, New York.
ABB nnriviilledfor Di'sabilitt, Powiaand Even
neaa of Toss. Thev are fast becomina tha
Tor to over all otliers, with Musiciana, Amateurs
au dall lovera of Good Muaiol They are Warranted
awTUTtosywf oenq lor circular,
- GKOVENUTEEN & CO.i -
July 18 498 Broadway New York.
H TARRIED LIFE Information and advice ol
lU l imnortaooe to the married of both sexes,
. iwaled envelope, can be obtained Jfi ee of charge
uuivMiug tun uuuerst(ueu.
Repimtfnlly, JAMES fl. BUTLER,
JalyU, 17 1 - IU Broadway, N. T.
FUJI. H ITU BE I
GREALY REDUCED PRICES!
TTAVING purchased and completely renovated
formerly occupied by E.
P. Bothwel!,) wonm
siipctfnllv announce to tnvpuimu ' V
keep cou'untly on hand, a complete assortment o
suitable for this market, ut
QREATLT RED.UCEB PRICES,
gotten up in a style of wnrfcmanshipnot to be excel
lea ny wiy unoum lino pctuuu. ., ,
All kinds of work in his line will be neatly and
promptly done on very low terms.
Of all kinds done loonier ou ahortnotice.
A full supply of
kentconstantly on hand; and .
1 0 nor cent, will be deducted
on all orders for easb down. nt!Tnir
M.irch7.18ii7-tt P . HOR TON.
Sold by the trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 furnishtd the U. S. Government.
44-1W' In. calribre,
8B-100 in. calibre.
Nnvy Size calibre,
New Pocket Revolver,
Sl.ioo in calibre,
(Rider's pt. 31-100 in. calibre,
R tj ngpis,ol (Kiliot pt.)lvo. 22 22crti'Ke,
rj.,,.K r naAtnt Tt'lfla 1 Hlll 'h NO. 32 (Hid 38
Hevolvmir Kiile. 80 and 44-Xuyin calibre.
I. EEMINGTO t SON S,
Won, A'eu York.
Wm. Heed 4 Hon,
Jo. C. GrubbA ;.'o.,
Poultney 1 Trimble,
Henry Folsom & Co.,
Johnson, Spencer A Co,,
L. M. Rumsey t Co.,
Allwrt E. Crane,
March 21, 18U7-ly
17 ix toll o Notice,
NOTICE is hereby given to all whom it ninycon
cern.nnd to some evil disposed persons in
Jiartieulnr, that 1 shnll not ftolU myneit responsioie
if any bargain or barpmu mutle by any person ex
cept niyselt, so foras my property irmy be concern
ed: and all persons ore strictly forbidden from ma-
king bargains with any pemon to far a my property
may be concerned, or from borrowina any of my
nronertv ot anv person without my knowledx-
1 hose having borrowed or taken my property with
out my consent will please return the same imme-
diateli Htidsuve troub
diateli Htiduive trouble.
Hot. 11, lbOT-air
DELIGHT BOW EN.
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Jehiel A. Felton and 1 In Vinton eeanty
Elita A. Felton, Plaintiflu, cnurt eommenof
Joseph W. RnnnalN, Charlotte j
Kunaalf", Homer C. Jones, V
James K. Jones, Mordeeni B.
Joues, Cidua June.., uud 1h-
vid Warren Jones, btlcud-1 Order f Sale.
TN pursuance to the command of anordartome
X directed in the above cause from the court of
mon plens of Vinton county, and Staio of Ohio, and
bearing dnte of November 25th, A. D. 180T, 1 will
offer lor sale, at the Itonr of the Court House, in
town of HcArthur, in aforesaid county of Viutoa,
Monday, the 30th day of De
cember, A. D, 18G7,
at the hour of 1 o'clock P, M of said day, the follow
ing lands and tenements, to-wit:
In-Lots Numbers One Hundred and Twenty-nine
(129,)One Hundred and Thirty (130.) One Hundred
and Thirty-one (1st,) One Hundred and Thirty-tv o
(132,) One Hundred and Thirty-three (133.) and One
llundied and Thirty-four (134,) and Out-Lots Num
bers Thirty (30,) Thirty-two 32.) Thirty-threa (M.)
ndThirty-lour(:i4,) in the Village of McArthur,
Vinton county, Ohio;
Part of the "otith-west Quarter and Part of the
Korth-East Quarter of Section Number Twenty No.
20,J Town Nun. her Eleven No. 11, Itnnge Number
revemecu io. n,i viuwu uuuuiy, vuiu, coutaiuing
61 acres mora or lesj
Appraised as fo'.lows, to-wit:
Out-Lot Number Thirty (30) at Two Hund
red and Fifty Dollars S250 00;
Out-Lot Number Thirty two 33 at Two
Ilundred and Fifty-six Dollars and Fifty
conts$256 50;J '
Out-Lot Number Thirty-three 33 at One
Hundred and Eight Dollars 108 00;
Out-Lot Number Thirty-four 34 at Three!
Thousand Dollars $3,0OO 00; .
In-Lols Numbers One Hundred and Twenty-nine
129 and One Hundred and Thirty
130 at Sixty Dollars r$0 00;
In-Lots Numbers Oce Hundred and THir-ty-one
131, One Hundred and Thirty-two
132, One Hundred and Thirty.tbree 133,
and One Hundred and Thirty-four 1341 at
live nunareu uouarBuuu oo;j
Part of tha South-West Quarter and Part
of the North-East Quarter of Section Num
ber Twenty 20,J Township Number Eleven
11, Range Number Seventeen TIT at Two
'thousand and Six Hundred and Fifty Dol
lars $2,C50 00: .. !
And each of the above deioribcd Lands
and Tenements musl bring two-thirds of the
appraised value respectively.
terms or sale: '
One-third cash In hand; one-third in one year;
and one-thiid in two years from the day of sale de
lei red payments to bear interest and to be secured
by mortgage upoa the premises sold.
Sheriff Vinton county. .'
H. C. Jones, Att'y for PPUs.
November 28, 18ti7-6w-
illii OOl L) ULD !
Gutn Right Along for 1808 .' '
3. D. HARRIS, -
THX OfiEAT WERKLT
A3RICTILTUEAX AND FAJCLT PIPES
Volume XVII for 1B68. '
Dtvoted to Earal & Household Affairs.
' TERMS Single Copy, only Two Dollars
a year. An Extry Copy One Tear for every
P1..V, r en... r.i r a: .v
for a Club of Six. Speoimens and Proa-
peotuses, eonlining special terms te Agents,
sent free to persona desiring to get up Clubs.
Address, unio farmer, uieveland, Ohio,
GI T CONCERT
The Largest, the Greatest, and
most . Successful ' Enterprise
over inaugurated in the
A PRIZE WITH EVERY TICKET I
A PRESENT WITH EACH TICKET !
We Scorn Postponement ! .
THE GRAND PRESENT ATIO CONCER
ENTERTAINMENT will positively
Tuesday Eve., Dec. 31, 1 8G7
. PHIL A DELPHI A , PA.
500,000 Valuable Gifts, valued at 8500,-
0U0, will be presented to Ticket
IIoldor, including $195,000
Ho, of TICKETS ISSUED, 500,000. PRICE, $1.00 each
8-Every Ticket Receives a Gift.tB8
1 Gift in Greesbaoks $60,000
I Gift do 40.000
1 Gift do 25,000
1 Gift do 10,000
1 Gift do 5.000
1 Gift do 4,000
1 Gift do 3.000
1 Gift de 2.0U0
20 Gifts do 1,00I each 20.000
20 Gifts do 600 do 10.000
20 Gifts v de 100 do - 2 000
20 Gifts do 50 do 1000
800 Gifts do- 10 do. 8 000
1000 Gifts do 5 do 6 000
1 Farm in Livingston county, N.Y. 10.000
40 Pianos, Chickerings, $500 each 20.000
20 Melodeons de 150 each 3,000
4 Billiard Tables fiOe each 2,000
1 Set Diamond Kinpi and Pin 800
2 Cluster Diamond Rings $300 each 600
5 Silk ress Patterns lOOeaoh 00
20 Sewing Machines 75 eaoh 1,500
200 Gents' Gold Watches 150 each 30.000
200 Ladies do do 100 each 20,000
200 American U. C. Silver Walshes
65 each 13.000
200 Pat. Lever H. C do de
$40 each 8.000
0 Gold Watch Chains $10 each 2.000
2000 Photograph Albums t do 10 000
2000 Gold Pecs in velvet eases $4 each t.OCS
1000 Ladies Purses, tine 5 de 6 000
1000 Gold Rings S do 5.000
And the balance, comprising JTnndsome Mirrors,
Stationery, Vases, Cold Lined (Joblets and d ips,
Marble Top Centre Tables, Oold Bracelets, Plated
leanetts, silver Pitchers, Handsome books, men
bteel Engravings, and other articles in addition to
the abovuamounting to lti.l.CW dollars, making
500,000, Gifts, or a Present Given with
' Every Ticket! ' .
t9.Th Distribution will take place immediately
after the Concert. A Committee of well-known eiti
lens, chosen by the Ticket-holders, will takeeharge
of and superintend the drawing. All Agents and
purchasers will be suppled with a correct lilt of the
awards as soon as publised.
MODE OF DRAWING.
Duplicate Tickets, numbered from 1 to 600,010, are
placed in a wheel; the first Ticket dtawn out takes
the highest priie ol too.000. the next the second
highest prite, and so on until the whole No. 900,000,
are drawn. The awards will be securely packed and
expressed at expense of the owner.
H.tIENttlf AAL E, Esq., our talented Musi
cal iiireetor, promises a most delightful treat in the
Orchestral anj Vocal Exercises for the occasion
no less than twenty artists being engaged.
We are tnoi.t dusirus that nl! ticket holders should
be present to witness the drnwlng and therebv re
lieve tlieuiselvea ul any doubt of the fairness of the
transaction. We assure those who ennnot make it
convenient to he present, that their interests will be
guarhed with the same fidelit) as il the were pres
ent. Wta,We shall keep books numbered from I to
6(iO,0OO, in which will l.e entered the name and ad
dress of every purchaser, under the number of his
ticket. This will insure the the ticket bolder, as
well as ourselves, against loss.
SPECIAL TERMS OR CLUB RATES.
Any party or club sending for three or more tick
els at one time, and remitting us the money fur he
same, will be allowing commission. Wo will se
S Tickets to one address for $2.6
de do do do . 4.00
10 do do do io . 7.60
20 do de do do 14.00
tSTAgents wanted in ery Town.
eu7"In everv case send the name of each luhseri.
ber, Post Office address, state and county in full.
Money in amounts not excee dine twenty dollars
sent at our risk.
The undersigned would most cordiallr recommend
Gen. A. T. Williams to the public, he hatingwonan
enviable reputation as a gallant soldier, and as an
honorable and reliable gentleman, we believe he will
conduct the presentation with honesty and fairness,
giving satisfaction to all interested.
Uen. A. u. Lawrence, Col. A. S Brand,'
Gen. F. H. Smith. Maj. R. B. Nasb,
Col. D. D Lewis, A.C. Severance, Esq
SA1I eommuninationa should be addressed,
A. T. WILLIAMS it CO.,
No. 307 South Second Street,
Its Effect! mr
It is CNrAiuso xemdidt In all oases of
Neuralgia Facialis, often efTaetino
- , - " ft (rvjivw.
cure in less than twenty-four hours, from
k. . . . i '
m use ui uo more man two ob Tll&ts Fills.
No other form of Neuralgia or Nervous dis
ease has failed to yield to this .
WONDERFUL REMEDIAL AGENT.
Even in the severest cases ' of Chronic Neuralgia
and general nervous derangements of many years
standing aflecting the entire system, Ha use for a
few days, or a lew weeks at the utmost, always affords
the most astonishing relief, and very rarely fails to
produce a complete and permanent cure.
It contain no-drugs, or other materials In the
slightest degree inj unous, even to the most delicate
system, and can aiwais be used with na
'i r PERFECT SAFETY, , ;
; It has long been in constant nse by many of eur .
MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS,
who give it their unanimous and unqualified approval.
Bent by mail en receipt of prioe and post-
..; : . ..-'-.v.;., 1
One package $1.00, Pcstege 6 etnta
Six packages' 6 00, Postage 27 cents
Twelve packages 8.00, . ; Postage 48 teats
il ls sold by all wholesale and retail dealers in drags
and medicines throughout the United States, and by
TURNER k CO, SoU Proprietor,, k
t u-ejnu iw i remont Bi,. Dos tea. Maes.
LUNG B A L S A M ,
roa THB CDEK or
A P ALL DISEASES THAT LEAD TO IT
Such aa Coughs, Negleoted Colds,' Pain in
the Cheat, and all diseases of the Lungs,
ISyClergymen should use the. Balsam for
THIS Balsam is Introduced iothe suffering public
alter its merits for positive cure of such diseases
aiir. i- r , . i-
havebeen tunyiesieu. i;h i, . .., nmu n
nrenared Is referred to by the leadmg.med.cal ntir
nuls as being equal to any prescription that can be
made up, for such diseases, by the medical faculty.
The Balsam is consequentlv.recommemlrd by phy
sicians who have become acquainted with its great
A-tf an Expectorant it baa no Equal
We conv the following Interesting letter from Dr.
nrr, in the Middlebtiry, Vt., Register, Nov. 20, '60:
Ma. EniToa:- It is only to subserve the interests of
humanity that 1 request a&no spare in vmir valua
ble paper to Inform the publio what Allen's Lung
Balsam is sure to do. Two years ago I was attacked
with a severe cold; it settled in my throat, which so
niwteil the oraans of speech that I could nut speak
aloud for nearly six weeks. I got through the winter
coughing nigntaaimosi incessantly, who ciu nigni
aivAatfl. U'it h increased irritatoin. which extended in
to the Bronchial tubes and which kept me coughing
all summer. I was at Bhoreham on a professional
visit the past October, when the "good Hamnritau"
came along introducing Allen's Lung Balsam into
New England. I procured a bottle end took it ac
cording to direct!ons, 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, t was in a state of constipation, which
the Balsam has almost effectually regulated. No
tamiivahmiM Via without thia val iinble medicine. I
see by the . Western papers that the physicians of
Cincinnati twnere tne meuiumeiB mnmiiuuturcu mo
introducing it into their practice, and I have no doubt
It will soon become a ciiiss-cim rumeuni "
cure of all diseases of the throat.Bronchiui tubes, and
the lungs. SATH'Li hakkis, m. uentisi,
Hiddlebury, Vt., Nov. 16, 1800.
The proprietors of this valuable Balsam take plea
ntrto it the attention of all medicine deal'
era, desiring that they procure a aupply of it, and
r,nmend it to their afflicted patrons and friends.
It will stand the test lor merits, as has the celebrated
. Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
which has been introdueed to all parts of the inhab
ited world, and is everywhere appreciated aud sought
alter. The Balsam ib for sale by most of the leading
Druggists, anu Can aiwayir ub nun um tucm, iu auj
quantity aesirea, uy me nuj unm-.a.
J. N. UAKBIS t CO., Hole Proprietors,
For sale by
Q. W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArthur, Ohio
Dr J. A. Monaban, Druggist, Huniden,
R. S. W ilooz, Hamden.
$ $ f ?
PUBIFY YOUR BLOOD
CANKERS SALT RHEUM
For the Cure or
Canker, Salt Rehum, Ereysipelas, Scrofulous
Diseases, Cutaneous, and every kind ef
disease arising from an impure
. - state of tho Blood.
The saost effective Blood Purifier of the Nine
teenth Century I
JThis Syrup, with the Cerate, we will
warrant te cure aay feard.ease et Old
Bores no matter how long standing,
l&rSold by Druggists Generally."!
For rale by
0. W.Sission, Druggist, MoArihur;
Dr. i. A. Monaban, Samden,
B. . Wilsoz, Hamden.
Fever and Agae on China
Beat Remedy to Cnrc
DATIS' TAIN "KILLER.
-. Directions for il free.
1 TAKE I 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 foal, lake a little Pain
Killer, in eold water, sweetened with sugar.
after eaeh spasm. Perseverence in the above
treatment has cured many severe aad obsti
nate eases af this disease. ' ' ' -
Ti A IN KILLKR Cures lere
A Favorite Medicine with all classes, ,
is Davis' Pain tiller.
F yea have Painter's Cholie,
cee the rain lunar.
0 Melieine ia as popular
As the rain Killer.
TTEEP the Pain Killer always at
1. hand, -
IF yea have a Cough or Cold,
Use tha Pain Killer.
LOOK and not get caught without a bottle
of Pain -Killer in the house.
T ET everybody use the Fain Killer for
I . tfprains ana cruises.
EVERT sailor should carry a battle ef Pain
Killer with him. . . ,.
REMEMBER, the Pain Killer is fer both
Internal and External.
The Pain Killer is Sold by all the Drug
gists and Dealers in Family Medieines.
, J. N. HARRIS & CO., Cinoianati, Ohio,
Agents for the Western States. '
For sale by (
Q W. Sisson, Druggist, Me Arthur, .
Dr. J. A. Monaban, Druggist, Hamden,
R, S. ( ilcox, Hamden.
Oct. 24, 1867-8tn , ' I
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;une 8,1807 -9m .
Stat of Ohio, Tinton Connty.
Lee Mai fin. Plainlift, 1 In Court ef Common
nmiinst 1 Pleas. Order of
Orrin H.liouMet. al., Derts.J 8nle.
IN PURSUANCE of an order of sale in the above
e.iuso to mo directed Irom the court of common
pleas in and for the county of Vinton, and State of
Ulun, anu nearinz anient mivemuer win, a. if. iotw,
I will offer for snlu at public auc.ti'n, at thedoorot
the Court Ilouse, in the Town of Mc Arthur, in said
MONDAY, tho 30th day of Decem
ber, A. D. 18G7,
the hour oft o'clock r. u of said day, the following
lands and tenements, to-wit:
"Situate in the county of Vinton and State of Ohio,
being a part of-the Houth east Quarter of Section
Nineteen (111,) Township Ten (111,) Hnnue Seventeen
(17, befzinnuijj at a stone in the south bound 17 line
of said Quarter Hcctiou; thence west with the said
line lii.70 chains to the east bnuudry of the Depot
Grounds of the Marietta t Cincinnati Railroad Com
nanv: thence North-easterlv with the line of suid lie-
not Grounds tl :)6 chains; thence East 2. 78 chains to
a atone; thenoe North 2.1z chains to a stone; thence
East 10.62 chains to a stone; thence houth 7.38 chains
10 the place of beginning contaiiug teu acres more
The same to lie sold subject to the dower estate
uf Hub T. Martin and M.triiaret M. Gould.
Apiu-aisod at five hundred dollars and must bring
two-tinras 01 unit sum.
Terms ofiiale eai-h In hand at the time of sale.
JOHN J. BHtiCKKV,
eheriS Vinton County, 0
H. S. Bandy, AH'y for Pl'lf.
NoyemborS, 18U7-6W-13 '
TNPORltATIOl. Information auaranteed to pro-
A duue a litxuiiant urowth of hair unon a bald head
or beardless tace. aluo a recipe for the removal of
rimpiex, inomcs, eruptions, etc., oa tno sum, teav
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d without charge by addressing Thus. V. Cuamam,
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, . - State 0 Ohio, Vinton County.
Ktt, Eagan A Rlocomb, Plaintiffs, 1 In court of cora-
- aaainht 1 mon fleas,
amuel V.Dodtfe and . f
R nhcrt E. Phillips. Defendants. I Order of Bale.
PUKSUANT to. the command ot'an order of sale in
the above coune iieued from the Court ol Com
mon Pleaa of Vinton county, Ohio, and to me di
rected as Bherltlof said county, I will offer for sale
at ptiDtio auction, at tne door ortlie Court Houae, in
the Town ol Mc Arthur, in the county of Vinton, on
MONDAY, the Gth Day of January,
at the hour I o'clock r. a. of said day, the following
ihiiub ftnu benviiiunip, lo-wii:
Twenty Feet off ef the West Side of In-
Lot Number 8my-Beven (67,) in the Town
of MoArthur, County and Slate aforesaid. ...
Taken as the. property of Sntnufl V. Dodtte to
sauiy an oroerana Decree of sum court In latoroi
nt-n, J.aiion bitcomb.
App.-aised at one thousand six hundred dollars
ana must wing two-tnims 01 mat num. . . ,
Terms ol Bate cash in hand at the time of sale.
... . , JOHN J. BHOCKEY,
' '' " ' tiherft Vinton cou nty, O,
H.C.Jones, Att'y for Pl'tf. ,, ,
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Official Directory. VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Representative in 'on"ress J. T. WILSON. .
Suite Henutor-J. IlUADUUItY.
Common Pleas Judges MA UTIN CBAIN, i. t.
. . PhlLEY.
Probate JudeTOPEPH KALEK.
Auditor W. F. FELTON. A -i
Proscuting Atiornev A KUH 1UALD MATS),
Treasurer J. P. liUNKLE.
Clerk of Courts GEOHCiE LANTZ.
ahentl 101IN J. BHOCKKY.
Hurveyor 0 STEIN UROOK..
Coroner WILLIAM !. HIliGINfl.
. f W1I.UAM CLARK.
r THOMAS MAGEE,
1 OSVILLB (iL'NNua:
Schoo'l Examiners M. R. Ha as;
J J. M. McGiuivast.
Post Offices in Vinton County
NnmofPostOfflop. Township. Post .Master
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W BurteLshaw '
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MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI RAILROAD.
ON and after January U.18U7, Trains will roa as
follows: , .
MA1LBA8T MUlli tiTKESS IA8T
Depart Cineinhati'. 0:00 P.M. , .-. 00 a.m.
' Ixxtland- 1017 " i " i 7 20 "'J.f
' Chillieothe 138 P.M. . 10 40
Hamden 8 17 ' IJISam'
Zilcski . 813 ' I2t4 .i "
It " A thna 4 tih I.- 4 1IA i. - .
Arrive Marietta ' T IT ' ')'''' ' w' t
neijtre . . a t co
MAIL W EST . 7' NrftTTT imtpppuu nr . .
Depart Belpro (00 a.m. SOOr.M.
Amelia: - j o 01 . 11 so ' I
ZitleBki 40 " ' 12 5
' Hamden 10 16 .,"' " -J32n
' Chillieothe 11 R8 s.m. ' ' JSOa J '
II Tuvalu,,,! A 13 I. -
Arrive Cincinnati 4 3 . 7 is ( .
conneoHonsmaaeataamdea w th Trains oh kh.
Portimouth Branch. . '"'naoaMit
CloaeconneuMona made at Clnoinriatl rwith'al
Western Trains; and at Parkersbura with thi B.1.1
more and Ohio Bail Boad. ' . . ,
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