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Not long since, ft young man supposed to
ro-ses cood principlee, but no fortune of
' ..T I - I,.al In fait vAiinrr
iered hn nnuu nu - r
lad, wiih snug li'.tle fortune of 5 000
The off r tMy considered, and finally
refused on the ground that, the young wan
..m vpara above tue voune
? .".1 h k. .aareallv but twenty-six.
Yet his fine side whiskers and hair were
tmged With an awful sprinkling of hoary
whfl. and gray, and fair y indicate,! a
round score more of years than be had re
Ln. seen. To the young inn n the refusal
' ... . Kiankoi in 1 cold mzbt.
at 7ui f What cot.ldbe
done? True, hie head came out from under
,?b "flt" whit, as a coon after a .now
eiorm-b.it must this divide them.
At once be left, the city, P "
, . .u- Udv received another offer
eouiu m., Ki,nhini?
and h i raven iooa u - "--lu
tre Uue time was taken and he other
accepted; the day fixed? every desired prep.
Sn made; the minister notified, and
The thing done. She happy couple departed
ia matrimonial pe.o. nd "'M"? bfin tUe
Three balmy days parsed away, when the
loTlM ' onn husband threw hi gentle arms
loving i""" non j ...j
....... ,1 1,'ia v,
muuuu " - . ,
. n...l!n whaldOJOU thin
better un "j -
of my white
Imirs now?" The (tart led
lB iift.d bands, exclaimed, "Ros
1. i. nnihle? Am 1 deoeivedl
The smiling, jubilant
i, ' band rocui.hl, replied, -Ho, yon are not
deceived, it in 1. yon are Kiss. Ana mis 1
ows to "Van AUen's Vegetable ilair Belter-
And this article we now offer you never
has had its equal on the American Continent
We don't recommend you to play the cheat
'by its magic influence, but we do say :
t VsT-It will positWely restore the whitest
ha "on the heads of the oldest persons to its
original color and beauty, while it often
Tr ings ut a luxuriant growth where he
S! I entirely gone, without naming the
fiP2D-Pcople whose heads may have become
gray may readily have their hair restored
nd their heeds once more covered with
. . it. never sur-
Sllllling BUB. -"1 . ..!.
uasscd in beautv even in early youth.
3DKvery disease to which the hair and
scalp ere subject, finds a healing, restoring
halm in this preparation.' "
4Tn-Asa dressing no one claims it has
bd equal, cither In riobness of lie perfume,
or its tendency to keep the hair in Us proper
--6roIf you want white hair made beauti
,.i o. i vnnth. irrrv hair perfectly restored.
dandruff head permancn.iy
itching scalp purified, loose hair made fast
n short, your head covered with the beauty
of raven locks, and silken tresses, you have
U 1 10 . j - 1 O - . 1
CvIn ALLEN'S' VEGETABLE
tSrOffiee of the Proprietor, Ne. 117 Nas.au
(Street, New York.
6-Sold by all Druggists.
J-Ask for Van Allen's
VEGETABLE II AIR RESTORER
And lake no other.
ti .nid hv Druittiets in your town, a
Trial .Bet tie will be eeutHe you by express
upon receipt of One Dollar by mail thus
giving you an opportudty at once of testing
it, excellent qualities.
Address, 0. L: VAN ALLEN,
- No. 117 Nissau Street, Iew isik.
Ooteber 10, 18C7-Om
will?en5lf" of?harft) to all who desire it, the
S,,ewS with the diraStionj for n-aking and 1..
fnthSiinnle eemedy by which he was cured of
"filSr,. T hf dfead disease consumption.
iiiiix . ;r:' K, ,h ffli.,tpd and he hopes
IU Win. -- ...
netn.ng, ana "-i. EI)VVABD A. WIWON,
o.' lis South Ueeond Street, WillirasburS, , York,
.May 2, ltti.7 -If
OTICE is herehy given that Isaac Shrj. ""arm
fwiii;. t'ran,.i tliiiizinf and John la
ward Hoggins, has filed his account for ia'Peon
and part'' settlement and will be passed upon. on
(be 4th day of January, A. 1. '.
Official Directory. VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Bepresentative in ConKress-J. 1. wilsu.
.Kepresentative-A.J.bWA M. rRAIV 1 v
Common Pleas Juu8eB-?,Tf, CEAI"
Auditor-W. K. F ELTON.
ltecorder JONATHAN BRINE.
Proscuting Attornev A RCH 1 bALU MAW,
Treasurer J. P. 1UJNKLE.
M'lork of Courts GEORGE LANT.
Purveyor S.C 8TEINBROOK.
Coroner-WILLIAM D. H1HG1NS.
( WILi.lAM CLARK,
Cemmissioner THOMAb MAHEE,
(.; ' S Ubviui Oeit
School Examiners VM.R. BA rs;
. J J. M. McGituVABT.
Post Offices in Vinton County
KameofP"tt)fflce. Townsh'p, Post Master
, Hope Furnac
t Eagle Mills
( Elk ,
( Reed's Mills
3, D. Eglcston
J. N. MeLaughllo
II. O. Harden
Wm. Taylor .
I Vinton Station
Post Offices in Vinton County Rail Roads.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI RAIL-ROAD.
ON and after January , ,1SM, Trams will run as
follows; . . ,, c-TrpnTroq but
.' " Loreland
. ' chillicoihe
t " Athens
u-. i. . helpre
Depart Bel pre
' " Zideski
P:O0Mi. 00 A.M.
10 17" T i "
J 38 r M. 10 40
3 17 ' 12 18 an.
3 63 ' . 12 t '
4 56 " 00
7 17 ' . 4 38 "
' ' 4 60 "
NIGHT EXPRESS W1IT
t 37 11 & "
40 12 S
10 16 1 '
8 13 " 26 "
4 as - . 1 7 46 .
n.,ni tions made at Hamdaa with Trains the
Clo cooneciloas made at CineinnaM wiw ai
Western Trains; and at Parkersburg with the laltf-
mora and Obiu Kail' fioad. ;'
mo u ORLAUP SMITH.
Matr of Tranaportitieo.
Bllhcoth, 0.,;.4, 17.
GREALY REDUCED PRICES I
n AVISO purhascd and completely renovated
. , ,.a v. p Ttnthrell would re-
i rr..llv inninnea to the ,-uhlio that hein.eodj to
keep constantly on hand, a eomplete sort.neni 0
uitable forthlf market.at
GREATLT REDUCES PRICES,
gotten up in a style of wnrfcmanshipnot to be excel
led by any ahopin thia section. ' .
All kindsofworkin hia line will be neatly and
promptly done on very low terms. ,
OlallklnJi done to order on short notite.
Afull supply of
OOF JP..T N Q
ketitconHtantlyon hand; and
10 ner cent, will ' be deducted
on all orders for cash down.
March 7. UW7-II
Sold bj the trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 urnithtd (h U. S. Govtrnmtnt.
44-10'' in., calribre,
86-100 in. calibre,
Navy Siie culihre,
Navy Sle calibre,
81-100 in calibre.
New Pocket Revolver,
Pocket Revolver, (Rider's Pt.ai-iuu m. ran ire,
Repeating Pistol, (Klhot pt.)No. 8S Hcarlr 'gc,
Vest Pocket Pistol, No. W..W, 32nd 41 car UiUj-e,
Gun Cnne, No. 21 unit
Hreech Loading RiSo, (Beal's) No. 32 and 81 '
Revolving KitJeT -IWin calibre.
S. REMINGTO t, S N B, .
' llion, Nta Tork.
' tai Fransieco
Moore ft Nichols,
Wm. Heed 4 Hon,
Jan, C. GrubbJt .,
Ponltney A i nmhle,
Henry Kolsom ft Co.,
Johnson, Bpencer ftt'e,,
I. M.'Kumsej ft Co.,
Albert E. Crane,
m - m
Tf'i'ir.E la hnrobv m7eB to all whom it ninycon
IN -rn. nn.i to some evil disposed persona In
narlimilar. that 1 shall not hold myself responsible
lor any rjargain or uui'kiu hihiwu; i-cr.....
nr, mvplf' ao far as inv nronprtv mov be concern
ed; sndall persons are strictly forbidden from ma-
king bargaius with any person o fur as my property
may be concerned, or from borrowina any of my
property of any ierson without my knowledge.
Those having lorrowed or taken my property with
out mi conaent will please return the same imme
diately and save trouble. . !
Sot. 11, 18CT-.W DELIGHT BOW EN.
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Jehiel A. Felton and 1 In Vinrbn eaunty
Eliia A. Felton, I'laintiH.s, eourt eommon of
ogilnst I Pl.
Joseph W. R uinalls, Charlotte
ltanaais, itomcr v. jon'i,
James K. Jones, Mordecui B.
Tnnna (lidn, .ISnM. fl n t I 111.
vid Warren Jones, Defend-1 Order efSats.
"V mirniiannA in tho e.ommand of an order to line
directed in the above cause from the court of
nion pleas of Vinton county, and btaie of Ohio, and
boarinU date of November 25th, A. D. 1B1T, 1 will
offer for sale, at the Door of the Court Hons, in
townof WCAnnur, in wwwwu suumj ui ruitun,
Monday, the 30th day of De-
cemLer, A. JJ, loo,
at the hour oil o'clock P, M of said day, the follow
iir lands and tenements, to wn:
Y.i,a Nnmliprs One Hundred' and Twentv-mne
(129,)One Hundred and Thirty (130,) One Hundred
and Thirty-one (131.) One Hundred and Thmy-tfo
Hundiea and 1 niny-iour irft,; ui vi,i.-iio
Iwrs Thirty (30,) Thirty-two (:,) Thirty-three (3S,)
and Thirty-four (34,) lu the village oi acArtnur.
Viuton county, Oliioi. . .
Part of the South-West Quarter and Part of the
North-East Quarter of Section Number Twenty No.
20,1 Town Number Eleven No. 11, Range Number
Seventeen (No. 17, Vinton county, Ohio, containing
61 acres more or less. i
Appraised as io:iows, to-witi
Out-Lot Number Thirty (30) BtTwo Bund-
red and Fifty Dollars $200 00 ;
Out-Lot Number Thirty iwo iJiianwo
Hundred and Fifty-six Dollari and Fifty
Out-Lot INumDer i nirty-mree lJ ai une
Hundred and Eight Dollars $108 00;
Out-Lot Number Thirty-lour Ai at mree
Thousand Dollars $3,000 00;
In-Lols Numbers One Hundred ana Twen
ty-nine 129 and One Hundred and Thirty
130 at Bixty Dollars $60 00;
ln-Lots Bumoerg tine nunureu nnq inir-
ty-one 131, One Hundred and Thirty-two
132,1 One Hundred and Thirty-three 133,
and One Hundred and Thirty-four 134 at
Five Hundred Dollars $ouu ou:i
Fart Of the South-Vf est Quarter and Part
of the Nortb-East Quarter of Section Num
ber Twenty T20, 1 Township' Number Eleven
111, Range Number Seventeen T17 at Two
Thousand and Six Hundred and Fifty Dol
lars r$2.650 00 :1 -
And each of the above described Lands
and Tenements musl bricg two-thirds of the
appraised value respectively.
TERMS OF SALE!
One-third cash in hand; one-third in one year;
ml nne-thiid in two veara from the day f sale de-
lei red payments to bear interest and to be aeeured
by morwuge upon ine premises soio.
' - J' SherhT Vinton eounty, ,
H. C. Jones, Att'y for Pl'fls.
November it, lbii7-6w-
THE GOOD OLD ,
Going Right Along for 1868 , r
S. P. HAKE 13
THE ORIAT WEEKLY
Devoted to Kural & Household Affairs,
TEEMS Single Copy, only Two Dollar
a year. An Extry Copy un lear ror every
Club of Ten; an . Evtr Copy Six months
for Club of Six. Specimens and Pros
neatases. oontinini sseolal terms to Agents,
sent free to persons desiring to got up Clubs.
Address, Ohio farmer, ueveiana,
Tho LargeBt, the Greatest, and
most Successful Enterprise
ever inaugurated in tho
A PRIZE WITH EVERY TICKET
A PRESENT WITH EACH TICKET
We Scorn Postponement I
THE GRAKD I'PEEFTATIO CONCER
IN liL TAIN MINT will positively
500,000 Vnluable Gifts, valued nt $500,-
000, will bo presented to 'iiCKCt
Holders, including $195,000
Ho, of TICKETS I38UED. 600,000, PEI0E, J 1.00 each
B-Every Ticket Eeccives a Gift.-a
1 Gift in Greenbacks fOO.000
1 Farm in Livingston county, N.Y. 10.000
40 Pianos, Chickerings, 5500 eoch 20,000
20 Melodeons do ISO each 3.000
4 Billiard Tables ,.C0each 2,000
1 Bet Diamond Ringi and Pin BOO
2 CluKter Diamond Rings $300 each 600
6 Silk reesPalternB lOOeach BOO
20 Sewlnft Machines -75 each 1,600
200 Gents' Gold Watches 150 eJch 30,000
200 Udies do do 100 each 20,000
2C0 American II. C. Silter Walflics
55 eaoh 13 000
200 Pat. Lever H. C to d
$40 each 8.000
60 Gold Watch Chains $49 each 2.000
2000 Photograph Albums : do 10 000
2000 Gold Pecs in velvet eases f 4 each I.OCe
1000 Ladies Purses, nae 5 de 6 000
1000 Gold Rings 6 lo 5 000
And the balance, compriinr Handsome Mirrors,
Hiationery, Vases, Gold Lined Goblets and t'-ipsj
Marble Top Centre Tables, Gold Bracelets, Plated
Tea Setts, Silver-Pitchers, Handsome Books, Kieh
Kteel Engravings, and other articles in addition to
the above, amounting to 1W,Mi. dollars, making
500,000', Gifts1, or ft Present Given with
jThe Pistribution will take' place Immediately
after the Concert.1 A Committee of well-known eiti
ans, chosen by the Ticket-holders, will take charge
of and superintend the drawing. All Ajrents and
purehasers will bo suppled with a correct list of the
awards as soon as. publited.
MODE OF --DRAWING.
duplicate Tickets, numbered from 1 to 800,000; are
placed in a wheel; tlm first Ticket dtawn out takes
thr highest priie ot ti,ooo. the neit the second
highest priae, and so on until the w hole No. 500,000,
are drawn. The awards will be securely packed and
expressed at expense of the owner.
M.HE.W AAL E, Esq., o,ir talented Musi
cal Tlirector, promise a most delightful treat in the
Orchestral an. 1 Vocal Exercises for the occasion
no less than twenty artists being engaged.
We are mot desirus that all ticket holders should
he 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
auariied with the same fidelitj as it the were pres.
Int. M-Wesrm.!lt;p books numbered from 1 to
6u0,000iiir which will reentered the nameand ad
dress ol every purchaer,und.T the number of hm
ticket. This will insure the the tieM holder, as
well as ourselves, against loss.
' SPECIAL TERMS OR CLUB RATES.
"Any party or club sendint, for three or more tick
ets at one time, and remitting us the money for e
same, will La allowing commission. We will se
8 Tickets to on address for
I do do do ia
" 4 00
10 do . do , . do ; do
20 do do do do
JST Agents wanted in Tcry Town,
OS9tn everv case aend the name of each aubseri
her, Post Office address, state and county In full.
Money In amounts , not exceeding twenty dollars
sent at our risk. -
The nndersijjned would most cordially recommend
Gen. A. T. Williams to ihe public, he havjjgwon an
enviable reputation aa-a gallant soldier, and as an
honorable and reliable gentleman, we believe he will
conduct the presentaiton with honesty and fairness,
civins satisfaction to all interested.
uen. A. j. iwrence, ioi. a o umuu,
Gen. F. II. Smith. Mai R. B. Nash,
Col. D. D Lewis, A. C. Eeveranee, Esq
sWAll eommuninations should be addressedt '
A. T. WILLIAMS k CO.,
No. 307 South Second Street,
' AJTO XLJt ' -
It Effects art
It !l UNFAILING KEHDEDT in all oaSOS Of
Neuralgia Facialis, often effecting a perfect
oure in less than twenty-four hours, from
the use of no mora than two oe th&ke Pills.
No other form of Neuralgia or Nervous Dis
ease has failed to yield to this -WONDERFUL
Even in the severest cases of Chronic Neuralgia
and general nervous derangements of many veara
standing aflecting the entiro system, its use' for
fewdov.H, oralew weeks at the utmost, always aftords
the most astonishing relief, and very rarely fails to
produce a complete and permanent cure.
It contains no druga or other materials In the
slightest degree injurious, even to the most delicate
system, and can always be used with IM
It has long been in constant use by rrmnj of eur
MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS,
who give it their unanimous and unqualified approval.
Sent by mail on receipt of price and post-
One paelage ' $100, Pretage 6 ecnts
81k suktfM .-'i .' 0.00, ..: Postage 27 oents
Twelve packages 9.00, Postage 48 oents
It Is sold by all wholesale and retail dealers In drugs
and medicines vnrougnom mm wiiwub, uiu vj
TURNER CO., SoU Proprutr$, -4l-nJ
120 Tremont Boston, Umn.
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
1 Gift do
20 Gifts : do fl,00 esch
20 Gifts ' "'" ' do 600 do
20 Gifts do 100 do
20 Gifts do 60 . do
800 Gifts d 0 .do
1000 Gifts do . 5 do
iiMiiii iimiih 11 11 1111111
L V N O BALSAM,
FOB TBS cote or
A D ALL DISEASES THAT LEAD TO IT
8uch as Coughs,. Neglected Colds, Pain in
the Chest, and all diseases of the Lungs. '
ter Clergymen should use the Balsam for
their Throats. : ,' '.
TniqRnlmniiB Inirodnced to the siifTerlnu p
liter it merits for positive cure of auoh dl
.... hopn fully tested. Theformnla from wind
havff twen fully tested. 1 nerormula rrom wmcn ii is
nrVitared Is referred to by the leading med.cal jour
nals as being equal to any prescription that can be
made up, for '-h diseases, by the medical faculty.
The Biffam l. conae(1uentlv. rcoimnwnded by phy
sicians who nvo Wv.,,.m. ,. B
success. ... i tj .1
Aa an KlTjeCtOMDl If Il8 VO riU'iai
Wecopv the following Interesting letter from Dr.
narr toPiheMidlleburv. Vt., Kegistor. Nov. SO. '00:
"'.1 . 1 i... n nnlv to subserve tho intorestsof
humanity that I request a abort spaoo in your valua
5,n"i; n lnrm the public what Allen's Lung
H'er 11. t itW in mv throat, which so
.fleeted the organs ofspeech that I could n. speak
alot?d for nearly six eeks. I got throuK i the winter
coughing nights almost incessantly, witn oeianim
Si.hi.,nr..ed irritntoin. which extended in
BWifHi " ' .. .. . , u I n...Mii.hinn
to the Hroncnini iuoe boh wuiuu
.. iu..,i uhnroliAtn on . urofessional
v sit the past Ootolr, when the "good Hamantan"
came along introducing Allen's Lung Balaam into
New England. I procured a bottle end took itac
oordingtodlrec!ons, and found immediate relief. 1
1" " toi,n two bottles, which has entirely cured
me For the past two years, or during tho time ot
my affliction, I was in a stale of constipation, which
the Balsam has almost effectually regulated. No
: ,r"'i... .1.1 ,hniit tin. vn iinh a medicine. I
see by the We-tetn papers that the physicians of
Cincinnati (wnsre tne mvuic ue !' j' i
intvodutMng it into their practice, and I have no doubt
it will soon become a classical remedial agent tor the
cureofalldiieasesoftho throat.Hronchiai tubes, ana
tho lungs. KATtl L makbio, . ' wi,
tlio lungs. viiddlebnry, Vt., Nov. 1(1, WM.
The nrnprletors of thi valuable Balsam take pleat
,i' i, ha stunlion of all meIicine doal
era, desiring that they procure a supply of it, and
" ". A in n-oir nfii eied natrons and friends.
It will stand the test lor merits, as has the celebrated
Perry Davis' ram ivuier,
v, u i..., tn(m,iod to all naris of the inhab
ited world, and is everywhere, appreciated and sniujlit
allerr The Balsam is fir sale by most of the leading
Drug 'ists, and can always be had from them, in any
quantity desired, by the country dealers.
4 J. K. JlAKHId 4 CO., Sole Proprietors,
fT sale by
O. W. Sisson, Drumlst,
Dr J. A. Monahan, Drug
R. B. W ilcox, Hamden. p : ,
$ i " s s
PURIFY YOUR BL00B
CANKERS SALT EIIEUM
For the Curt f
Canker, 6alt Relium, Ereysipelas, Bcrofulous
Diseases, Cutaneous, and every kind of
5 "disease arising: from an impure
i siate of the Blood.
The nest effective Blood PuriSer of tht Nine-
teenih Century I .
rThis Syrup, with the Cerste, we will
warrant te eUre any krd oaee, ef Old
Bores no matter how long standing,
narSoM by Bngguti (ieuerilly.-a
For rale by
6. SIseion, Droggist, Me Arihus ;
Dr. i. A. Monahan, .lamdtn,
,1. Wilsox, Ilamdea.j ; i i.
Fever nol AKe
DATIS' PAIN "
. to Cure
Virtetiom 'or Ut Vie.
TAKE I spoonfuls 'of tie Pain Killer in
about half a pintof hot water,well sweet
ened with molasses, as the attack is eoming
on, bathing freely ' the chest, back and bow
els, with the edlclne at the same lime.
Repeat the doso 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 coH water, sweetened with sugar,
after eaoh spasm. Perseverence in the above
treatsient has cured Biany severs and obsti
nate Cases ef this disease.
PA IlfKItLKK Cmrss, Bore
Throaf ' ' '
A Favorite Medicine with all cIbssm.
Is Davis Pain liller.
IF 1 em hats Painter's Chol.io,
' Tsa the Pain Killer.
NO Meiicins is as popular
As the Tain Killer.
KEEP the rim ' Killer always ;t
hand, . .
IP you heve a Cough or Cold,
: . Dsetbe Pain Killer.
r OOK and holet cauiht without a bottle
Jj of Pain Killer in the house.
t ft ve.rvhodv use the Pain Killer for
1 1, Sprains and Bruises ; .
EVERY sailor should earry a bottle ef Pain
Killer with him. 1 1 . '.
TJEMEMBER, the Pain Killer is fer hoth
li Internal and External. "
" The Pain Killer is sold by all the Drtig-
gists and Dealers in Family Medicines,
o t & N. HARRIS & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Agents for the Western Slates, i
For sale 'by -
Q. W. Sisson. Druggist, MoArthur.' 1 1
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden,
R, 8. Wilcox, Hamden. . . .
Oct. 24, 1867-3m t . . 1 ;
,,. 1 r. ' t ; ! ' r 1 '. '
' ( i a Sheri's Sale. - .. , , : ' ; .
State of Ohio, Vinton County: . ,'
Charles BroWn, pinlntlft,' ' ' ' In court com
Miawt , ... " Y. Pleas.
cl.'d nnn At. at. Tlefendants. 1 Order of Sale.
PURSUANT to the command of an order of ssle
in the above cause to me directed from the
court of common Pleas ot Vinton county, Ohio, and
to me directed as Sheriff of s-d county, 1 will offer
at Dublin sale, at the door of the coutt house, ia the
town of McArthur, in the aforesaid oounty of Vinton,
MONDAY, the 13th day of January,
at the hour oft oelock P, M. of said day, the fol
lowing lands and tenements, to-wit: -
The east half of the north-east quarter and
south-wet quarter of the north-east quarter and the
east halfof the south east quarter aad the north
west quarter of thf south-easi quarter of section
number irTirteen No. 13, township number eleven
INo. 11,1 Range number seventeen No, 17; Alao. the
south-west quarter of section number 34, in town
ship number 10, Range number JOj Also, fllty-lour
sere in the north west quarter of section number
thirty-four (34,) township number ten 10J Range
number sixteen 111; I he said H acres being particu
larly described s folio wn Keginmng at the N. W.
corner of said section number B4; thence south
the south-weBt corner of saidN. W. quarter of said
section number 34; thence east to the east bank ol
small rum thence in a northeasterly direction In
straright line tot Iteeoh tre on .11. e hank of Rac
coon Creek;iihince to the Middle of said oreek and
thence down the middle or the creek to the-ewstline
of aaia quarter -aeetiou; thence to the north bank
said ereeki thenoe u p the north bank of ..said week
to tho place of beginning.
Taken as the pro pert v of Sanford R. Bowon to sat
isfy aiudgmiitand decree o4 aforesaid court in fa
vor ot Charles Brown. ' i .-. i i .N-.iv
Appraiaed at elevea thousand three hundred and
Sfty dollars and must bring two thirds of that sum.
Term of sale Cash in hand. I . (
, , ' JOHN J.8HOCKEY,
! '. ' Sheriff Vinton County. Ohio.-'
M. L.Clark, Att'y for Pl'ff.- ' -.
11 II I I II 11 1 mi 1 11 111 mi iiiiii
HOME' MANUFACTURERS I
WYCKOFF Sf KALER,
i BE still in town manufacturing arid dealing
X oil kind of.. .'..
On MAIN STREET.'opposile Dr. Wolf 'sOfflee,
McARTUUB, OHIO. '
. ... madB out ot the best seasoned
materiaTand by thomost experienced aorkmen. :
BCREADS-Every Style. ;
TAULB8 Kvery Pattern.'
CHAIRS Fancy and Common.
SASH, COOHS, BLINDS, &c,
always on hand or furnished on ahcrt notice.
Of all kinds, inFuruiture, Chairs, 4o., attended to
on sbjirt notice.
MA T T R ESSES.
A superior quality ol Mattresses of all siaea al
ways kept on hand. . .' ' 1
XJriLClortn-li.i xi s:
Wearealwuys in reaulness to AT'J'KNI'
FUNKltALS in Town and Country, at the
A Fair Price for a Fair Arliole
i Onr- Mottol
Purchasers are requested to call nd examine our
. .. Large tSock of .Furniture .
before purchasing elsewhere, as we teel onhfldervt
that we can furnish better and cheaper urticles than
any other -''-"'K0FF & K ALER. '
IV A SI! ING
Strong, Simple and Practioal.'
IT is Squkezin" Machine; warranted no
to injure clothing geared to give six
strokes of the plungers for one turn of tlie
handle, snd 150 turns of which will wash
thoroughly the bulk of sit fo twelve sliiris,
according to the sin of Mnchine used.
A GIRL OK BOY CAN OPERATE IT, and
Six Ytati' experience proves the NoNPAKi'it,
in ha the onlv Washing Machine ma.de which
ttandi the test of June and Ute . It is unap
pronohaWe for EFFECTIVENESS.
AGENTS WANTED.- 8eud for free Dc
scriptive Circulars to
' . OAKLEY & KEATING,
184 Water Street, New York City.
June, U07 Hm
; Sbcr.ifF'9 Sale.
. ' IN PARTITION.
Statt of Ohio, Vinton Connly.
Lee Mai fin, Plainlift, 1
In Court ef Common
.,inst V rieas. uraur oi
Orrln H. fiould et. al., Bef'ls J 8;ile.
I.S I'l'ItSl'ANCK 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 of
ii,i on.i l.pui intr date of November 20th, A. I. 1SU7,
I will'otVr lor sale at public auction, atthcdoorOt
the Court Houte, m the Town of McArthur, in said
county, on ....
MOXDAY, tho 30th (lay ol Leccm-
ber, A, D. 1807,
th hour of 1 o'clock r. Jt of said day, the following
lands and tenements, to-wtt:
"Situate in the county ofvii
situate in the comity ol Vinton and State ol Ohio,
I.Atnfr a nart of Ihe Houth east Quarter of section
nineteen iu!m.. ph ............
(IT. beciuniiiR at a stone in the south boundry line
of said quarter Section, n en. o wes . w,u t no saio
linn 10.7U cnams o ne east '""""y I"
around f .e Marietta ACineint Htf Railroad ra.
VI'Z i: SI IV
a stone; thence Korth cnnins lo astone; mcqce
East 10.62 chains to a none; tnenoe room cnams
to the place of lioninniiit eontuiiiig ten aorosmore
The same to be sold subject to the dower estate
uf Huby T. Marftn and M.iruaret M. Kould.
Appraised at five hundied dollars and must bring
two-thirds of that sum. .....
Terms efriulo cash in hand at trie time oi aaie. .
. , . . ... JOHN J. SllOCKK V,
' ' KacriB Vinton County,
IT. S. Bandy. Att'y for PI'tr. -KovemberiiS,
Uu7-0w-13 '. i .
THFOEMATION , Information Kiiarnnfeed to pro
1 ,t,wa u luxuriant vrowth of hair unon a bald head
or beardless lacs, also a recipe for the removal of
I'implci., Hlothes, brupHons, etc., on the sum, leav
ing tlit? name soft, clear.nnd beautiful, can be obtain
ed without charge by addiessinjt Thus F. Cuiems,
SU Uroaaxvaf , new iovk.
; : ' Sheriff 'a Sale.
.-, , Statt of , Ohio, Vinton County.
Neft, Eagan 4 Slocomb, Plaintiffs, 1 1ncoort of cora
against .... , , , 1 mon Pleas. ,
Samuel V.Dodge and ' f
Hobert E. Phillips, Defendants; J Order of Sale. I
PURSUANT to thecommur.d ol'iin order of sale In
the above cause issued from the Court of Com
mon Plana of Vinton countv. Ohio, and lo me di
rected na Bheritlof said county, 1 will offer for salel
at publio auction, at the door of the Court House, in
the Town ol McArthur, in the County of Vinton, on
MONDAY, tho Gth Day of January,
. . ;,. ; ..; .... v A, D . 18G8, ... - ,
at the hour 1 o'clock t. u, of said day, the following
lands and tenements, to-wit:. . ,.
Twenty Feet off ef the West Side of In
Lot Numb-r Sixty-Se'ten (67,) in the Town
of McjLrtliur, County and Slate aforesaid. "
Taken as the property of Phmiiel V. Dodge
satisfy an onternnd decree of said oourt In favor
Netf, feagan A Slooomb- : 'I ', ,'j ,, '
Appraised atone thousand six hundred dollars
and roust bring twO-thlrds olthot ;Mm. ' .
'" Kherfl Vinton oounty, 0.
H,C. Jones, Att'y for Pl'ff. V ,, t
''-JMcember 6, MST-Mr-lOi-
DEM0RE8T3'8 ,. YOUNG ... AMNRICA,
the best Juvenile lagaxiue. : Kvery. boy
and girl that sees it says so; all t,he press
say so ; and Parents and Teachers confirm it.
Vo not fni toseouro oopy. A good Mi
rfiosoopeviitli a Cllal: Cylinder to coluob
living objebti, or a good two-bladed, pearl
Pooket-Knife, and A large numbers of other
desirable articlesgiven as premiums to each
subscriber.' Yearly, $ 1.60. The November
Number com me noes new volume.
Published by '
- . v. JB NNIQ3 DEMOREST,
,r.irA 1-01 :473 Broadway, New York,
' Try it,' Boys and Girls. ' Specimen copies,
t sente, aiaiUd frse.' ;' ' ':
F. l av'" A,
T)AIHT8 FOR FARHER8 and others. J'' Gr?J?"
X Wiiilral J'amt Co. nre now manulactiirlng the beat,
cheapest, and .nost durable f;iint m use; two coaie
well put on, mixed with pure Linseed Oil, wilt In"
10 or 16 veuVs; It is ol a hxht brown or beautiful cboe
olate color, and can be changed to green, leaoi
stone, drab, olive or oream, to suit taste of consumer.
It is valuable lor Houses, Barns, rencei, Carriage
and Car-makers, Pail and Wooden-ware, Agr c I ;
turul Implements, Canal Boats, Vessels and Hhips
Ilottoiiis.Ciinvak, Metal and Shingle Hoots, (it baing
Fire and Wnter proof,) Klm.r l.il Cloths, (one manu
ructurer haying used IDOti bbls. the post year,) ana
as a paint for any pu-pose is unsurpassed fi.r body,
durability, las:ii;ity, and adhenveiiese. lrce
porbb.of3tiolb., which will supply a farmer for
years to come. Warranted in all caces as above."
wetui lor itvirL'i tor nun ij kiiwih" k'
genuine unless uranueu lu
Mineral Paint. Addina . ',',;" '
, . UANIEL BID ELL,
' 6ept.8,'07-0rti 204 Pearl Street New York
CATARRH, CONSUMPTION, JJP
A Treatise on Defness, Catarrh, Consumption and
Ciineer; ttiir causes, means of speedy relief, and
ultimate cure. By aPupilot tho ArncUmy of Medi
cine. Paris. Sent toany addr"s for 10 cents. . .i
letforhom Iiobt. McMurdy, P,,!.!-.!).. Grand
I re.lnto of Grand Encampment ol U. B.,ond Editor of
the "National 1'ieeninsoii:" . . " '
Nitw York, hi pt. 17, 18f.7.rri irtilncll was In
eliorgo ol Grace Church Hoi-pital, Alexandria, .,
durngthe War. 1 frequently, inmost iduiljy fur
months, visited this llospilal, end bad every means
of knowing liisrcpumtlo i for vi-icict and txin.
i wns of the most credib e i hurat ler, and his success
in the treatment ol j atients was remarkaLla. Kolar.
It Ills Into tiieear, isnoipun'eiiiiule, removes sing,
ing noises in the head, and enables deal persons to
hear distinctly at chur-h and public assembliei. This
inuTriimetit U' ill ofli n nrodiice results almost miracu
lous, and inoeee" in most oases of leng standing (loaf
ni.iu it will relieve in a short time. , It. may be ad-
iusle-' with tkeenseol spectacles.
p . ...... i - '.r :n..nllu .1 m 1F..I.
r( nweii win oc ,i'jiccniu .j mi " ,,
n ' Plaee, University Buildings, N. Y., 10 to 1,
) Tuesdays, when he will be at his rooms 1031
P reel, Philadelphia, I'a. 141-ly
; .. -or itiE-r- . !.''.:;.'.
OHIO S T A TE'SXAX;
; ..; : i 1 ' . .'I 'i i: i.
E. B. Eshelman and Ciias. B
FlcqOj Editor $.
Richaed Kevins, I'r intr and rubliilur
This old journal, whion is cevoted to an
an earnest and vigorous advocacy of Dem
ocratic Principles nud the frights of tho
People in now publish ml on the following t
Tfrms Case in Advance:
Daily one Year
i Dailv Six months
. -.i 2
j Tri-Weekly one year
n'Tri-Weekly six months
Weekly one year
six months ,
.'To lbs get'er up of.
lmore for the Weekly
n club of five fit
Siatesinnn fur one
year, a compenaatiou of ii3 cents 'a.cory
will be paid. . , , ,
Congress met on the 21st of , November,
and (he Ohio Legislature -will meet on the
1st. Monday in January. The doinps of
both these bodies will be fuilhfully laid be
fore the readers of the Statesman and every
effort made to make It deserving general
Send for Specimen Copier '.
Address VHI& ST A TESMAlf,
Columbus, Ohio. '
IILYMVEn, DAY & CO,, '
IIAStTrACTUREHS Of .,'
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
EortEKA Cider Mills,
ricToii Cane Will,
Star Corn Khbller, '
House Power Fours,,
BUNN'S: ESQUIMAUX 1IFRI GERATOR,
Warner's Sulky Revolving Rak
DOUBLE S110VEL PLOWS, '. '
Crawlbrdrs artlen Cultivator,
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWlNO
And many other nrtictesin the way of Implements,
'fi'nls and mnohinerv.
PUKE f-OU;' AND IMI'HEE BEED, laLeoted
varieties, fend for circulars.
March 28, 18U7-W " "
mnE Trustees ol Madison Trustees will hold a
A niectimi on the StNt of December, A. I. 1H07, at
.honl Unite in Ka eski, Ohio., for
the nurnosa of nscertainir Ihe indebtedness of the
- " ,. orders ill place of those M
rendv out. and further of providing wave snd means
l Z2r X ' del.1 .. :
Alison, bavin, claims .gainst the township
will not fail to brmij or send their claims or orders or
every description toihe Trustees on thatday. .
A. W. JAMES, 1
WM. BAUGI1MAN, Trustees;
. J Q . WILL, J
December 13, 1887-2 w ;. : ' ! -
Twenty Melodic "(", Exercises,
' IN FQKM or , ,, .
IOLrEUI03 FOR SOPR O OR MEMO
-v ' SOPaRO VOICES, '"'- 1 ' 1
- 1NTBSI1BD A -
Studiet to aeguiri ' tht Art A'nyt'n.
These exeiciscs were composed lo be used si
multaneously with his system, "The Art of Hinging,"
or withany pthef method for. the cultivation ol (ho
voice, and will take plaee of Cokcork's Botvaaaios;
being moie melodious and hettcr oda)ded for teach
ing. Home of these exeroiscs are specially benutilul
as well as useful, a mingling of dulee t utile, which
secures the interest as well as .the improvement ot
the student. The various si yles developed In these
exercises render them .invaluable in an educational
nm'nt of vicw.as thev lend to enlarge the intelli-
gence nnd the appreciation, and at the same time
form the taste of ihe pupil. Thev must be studied
carefully with reference to the innumerable marks of
expression and ornamentation. ,Upon the minuto
accutacyVith iwhich! these . nre accomplished de
pends the actual sterling advancement of the pupil;
any evasioreor slurring In these respects e t.meand
effort uiteily waited, while, on the other hand, a
close and patient investigation, nnd open to tne atu
dent the means ami-resources by which great artist
produce theu most bnllinnt aad profound effeeta.
Watson's AbtJouboai!. ' i 01. i -i. I'J
,, In Two Volumes.
Price iaoH, in UoardSi Retail,! J: Ul.fJ 00
do ' do in Cloth, ttclwV--: t 2 00
A Sample oopy i et by ,Mail,i pOBl-pajjd, en
reooipt of Wholesale Price, $1.50.
Publinhod by WM, HALL 1 & SOJt,
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Publishers and Dealers in Musio, and Manu
facturers of Flutes, Fifes, Flageolets, te. "
'Send for catalogue of prioes. ' 'f' 1
.June 20, 1807t-m .- ',' :l!i;o' i
White Chester PiSe
I OFFlfell fo'f. sale a' few pair of thorough Broi
Chester Pigs, warranipApure blood, not akin. -Price,
per pair, two months old, i;.i;i'tifl8 0
Price, per pair, three months old, 2U 00
Persona wanting the best breed of Hogs In the Uni
ted States, should addreaa their, orders to me at,
Galllpolis, Ohio, where they willJneet with prompt
attention; , , Ni PALjiKK,
'Kovcmber'.llOT-Jm I- ' t