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DIRECTORY OF UNITED STATES.
Bevised and Corrected by the Post Omoe Do-
port men t to November 1, 1M0.
Giving ofneers of the Department, organlza
tion of the Dnparimont, Pt roads, until con
tracts, domostio und foreign postage, an act to
amend the laws relating to the Post Utllco De
partment and postsRe laws, monUily registers,
advertised letters, sales of stamps and stamped
eoveloixw. regulations respecting the rcglstia
(ion of letters, violHtionB ol law, fractional enr
renoy, etc., rules, free mail nintter,ninrklng
and rating stamps, money order offices; nlso,
pott offices arranged alphabetically, giving
counties and Post-masters.
Published by W. K 8TATI A, Cincinnati, O.
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J,
1871 . - 1871
PITTSBURGH POST.
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Or WESTEE5 TZHSSY LVAHIA.
TrtE PiTTSiiUROit Post. 11i ndvocnto nf Po
litical Reform; K mom leal and 1'ist govern
in which nil thu riKlits of l'io citizen iu
recognized and respeeteii ; niul the bull"t-bo.
kept free from military Intrrforence and negin
domination: Tho enemy of Monopoly; He
tveiicliinciit In ever; Department: t.ivllMirvlce
Reform ; and the payment of tlm bonded debt
"Iricllv according Ut con tract : It is the Chain
plonof Reduced Taxation, and tho preservation
of the reserved rlurhti of the tal s ii'tainst, ev
ety form of Federal liucroaclinicut, under what
ever uume,
ft i'tht On!u Dmtnrrntic Itoihl In WftUrn Vnn-
Hllranlaihat iwta th ealil ami trUaraplilc
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clplesof the Ueiiioeratlc I'arty, and will give
It unqualified support to the cause and prin
ciples of the Democracy, will devote a large
IKirtion or its space to
General Home and Foreign News,
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AS A FAMILY JOTJEUAL,
It Is recounted throughout Western Pcnnavlva
nia. Kasiuni Ohio mid West Virginia to be
without a Ti 'il, and lis
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Its Market Reports,
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Its Cntl'e and PriHlnoe Markets alone being
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tion price.
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and Improved. Let ovory subscriber help tin.
cansoof Democracy hy getting up a clidi. Ail
onion ami uommtiiiiciillomi tliouUl ho nddi'ofw
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or Poslal Orders, or sent by KxprnM when
powlbln,
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At 05) oW
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No. K. FULTON STREET, N. Y.
October 28. 19Tn-Cni
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
AfiENTLK.MAN who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and
nil the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for
the snkeol sultoring liunmnlty, acini iree io an
who need It tho recipe ami diruction for making
tho simple remedy hv which lie wns cured. Kuf
frrers wishing to profit by the advertiser's expe
rt neeeuu ilosoby addressing, in perfect con
fllence, JOHN II. OOI EN,
."t-ly No. 4i Cedar St., N. .
lEsSlUEHU
Shc4 19 In mry fcmfly in tho ITerti,
West and Seulh, -
It is equally as gaod as Eastern papers,
and cheaper. Only $2.50 per year.
THZ Ptoprlotor ro effortnf great indtteemsat to elMl
tnl canvaason. 6oa4 for apMlmu Copy with
Joetacrti to Clot" S Cinvjuorj, to .....
CHsrr::.io biohb, v i . Et. ttnia, u.
DOTY'S WASHING-MACHINE,
Lately Much IinproveJ-Afld the new
Universal Clotlics "Wringer
Improved with Rowri.L's Patknt Dopbi.k
C00-WUKKI.S, and the Fatrkt Stop, arc now uii
(iiestionubly far superior to nny apparatus for
washing riot lira ever invented, and will save
tl.eir cost twice n year, by saving labor und
clothes.
Tho editor of this pnper, who purchased
Wnslier und Wringer, thus tustifi as to their
value :
We hnvo received from New York ono
Dot) 's Universal Clothes Wringers and wash
lug Machine. They prove to lie much better
even Hum represented by the manufacturer,
New York. Thev it re successful in every par
ticular: nnil nofainilv in Vinton futility should
lie without them. They save the drudgery
washing mid nrlngingwith I lie hiimlx. Call
our resilience and see them.
PRICES A Fair Oflfcr.
If the Merchants In vour place will not furnish,
or send for the Machines, send ns the retail price,
Washer U, Extra Wringer SI), and we will for
ward cither or both machines, free of freight,
places where no one is selling: and so sum are
we thev will he liked, that we ngreo to refund
tlieino'iiey if any one wishes lo return the nia
cMneslreeof freight, a tcra month's trial, ac
cording lo direct ions.
No liusband, father orbrolhor should permit
the drudgery of washing with Iho hands, lit ty
two days in "the vear, when it can bo done bet
ter, more expeditiously, with less lalsir, and
Injiirv to the giirments, by a Doty Clothes
Wa)ier, and a Universal Wringer.
Hi, Id by denlers generally, to whom llbcrul
discounts are msilo.
B. C. BROWNING, Gen. Agent,
82Cort!nndtSt., New York.
NEW AND POPULAR BOOKS.
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CONTENTS : Ciiat I. Monern Woman's Phys
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and lu Causes; III. At'whtt Aire to Many; IV.
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Injurious Etlects of Etceaa; VII, Metlnsls Hard
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at Ion; X Do do Between the Old XI Whiit May
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Octnber20, lhiu-in
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CENT IN PERFECT SAFETY to any part
v tuu worm.
Kvery farmer and every man owning a house
and lot In America should haven few dollars
worth of our True Hovdliiigi by mall.
Two to four Inch plants sent for H2 Par
LJUW l"mipniii, vu nn iiaiiui fcnu union.
All vnrlellesnf Kvorgreensi nd Forest Trees,
of all sl&os, cheaper than anywhere elso
Aineriua.
Full illrorllons for plnnllngand culture sont
with every mail order.
Hend slnmp for Prlno Lists snd TostlmnnlulH
from nearly every Stale In the Union, Largo
DoscrlpllvoCiilaiogues sont lor 10 cents,
rieiuenibnr, wn arn Mm larirest, oldest And
motrcllnlileieii1ors In Native tvorgrociis and
Furcut Trues In America.
August, Rcptcmber and Oclobcr are favora
bin months for getting l.vergrcons by mail and
tbu properauii&on lor planting.
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ROAD NOTICE.
N OTP E is hereby given tlint n petition will
be presented ti the CoiiiiiiiKsiiinei'K of Vin
ton county, Ohio, at their next regular session,
in March, A. I). 1S71. praying for the location of
a county road, along the following described
route, to-wit i
llcginnlns At Hip corner of So ond nnd T.ntv
er Walnut Sirin ts, in the villngeof Zali ski, in
MivU0ll Township, Vinton county, Ohio, mid
runnlnsr from thence in nn east or easterly di
rection toShades' (irlt Mills, and from thence
in nn cafterlv tiirccltoit over tne r.enreKi nmi
bestroiito to intersect (lie Hiilge Road leading
from Zileski to I'ncknisl's MIIIm, in Vinton
countv. M AN I 1'JBU I IDA fclW.
January 11, 1P71-4W
APPOINTMENT NOTICE.
NOTICE Is hereby given Hint William Clnrk
bus been duly appointed Executor of the
Inst Will uiidTetnment of tho Estate of John
Clark latu of Vlntoo ennntv, Ohio, deeejised.
' WILLIAM CLARK, Exoctit'r.
Jnnnnry 53, 1811-ow
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JOHN KARNES' ESTATE.
Probate Court. Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE Is herohv given that CORNELIUS
K A RX KH, A d nilii istrator dt turn i nm of t bp
listale of John Karnes, deceased, has llled his
accounts herein lor settlement : nnd unit me
sumo is set fur hearing on the 25lh tiny nf Feb.
liiarv, A. 1). 1P71. II. H. MAYO,
February t, 1STI-4W Probate Judge.
ToConsnmptlves.
Tho Advertiser, hovlnn been permanently
cured or that drciid (lisease.Coiisniiiptlon.by a
simple) remedy, is anxious to niiilto known to
his It-How "uilorcrs the means of cure. To all
who desire It, ho will send a copy of tho pre
scription used (free of charge,) with the direc
tions for preparing nnd using tho same, which
they will And a sure Cure for Consumption,
Asthma, Itmncliltls, Ac
Panics wishing Ihe proscription will plouse
address Itcv. lODWA 111) A. WIliiON.
46-ly loiSoiilhBucoiidtSt., Williunisbtirgh.N.Y
hljT,1f)0 yonrs rt sncrel
isv-'iiires ns iiv iniigic
lr-jsf"1.0l) peinons leMllly
r I'ulii. wounds, iiiidsullorlnsr reaso
ns-l'li I'uii.liinH nn ntifl i-eeiiiiiinioiil It
b. ii.Ot) pots ordered daily lor hospitals ond
publloiiistltulionsliiullpitrtsot ine u,o
CI
For nil Cuts, Hums, Rrnlsns, Bores, Uleoiit,
Cnncers, horP hippies, snu jiroxeu nrunsis,
. Chiippftd Lips snd Hands, Eruiilious,
Clillbluins, Rites or htlngs, of In
suets, itc,
tj. A WONDERFUL CURE FOR TILES. Tl
All Druggists everywhere tell It.
DON'T BE ONE DAY
WITHOUT IT IN THE HOUSE.
"COSTAll'S"
Standard - Preparations
ARB
"f'oslnr's" Rat, Rnncli, Ac., Extormlnatori.
"C'ostnr'a" (Ihiuld) Ited-Ilug Kxtcr.
"Costir's" (onlv pure) Insect Powder.
"CohtarVpuily sure roinedy) Corn Solvont.
nn-lol'l everywhere.
40 rnKTATtCO.. S37CcntroBt..N, Y.
For Sale at Sisson's Drug Store.
IMMEDIATELY!
A rellnblo nnd Piiorrotln Awut lu evory
County In Ohio to sell, by atibsoi lpUon,
Cooke's Life of Gen. Robt. E. Lee.
Onnd Tarrltory n.wlgncd and liberal commlf
slonsl
Adrirc P. AlUM.IITOV, A CO., PubllshW,
-.WHti,eil?l .slitct, Clevcliitid (,
pHffiBE
ERIFF'S SALE.
Stitttttf Ohio, Vinton Cvnnty.
William A. Ilolllilncs, PlaintifT,
airninst
Oeorge Nixon A Christina Nixon, Defctidnnts.
In Vmtou County Court of Common l'leas. Or
der of Hale.
Pursuant to the command of nn order of sale
Inthoubnvo cause Issued from the I Hurt of
Common Pleas, and to mo directed as Sberill ol
said county, I will offer nt public Halo, at the
doorot thot'ourt House. In tho town ol MoAr
tlmr, in said county of Vinton, on
Wednesday,the 15th Day of February,
A. 1). 1371,
it the hour of 1 o'clock p. St. of said ilnv. the
following dcHi-rllied premises, situate In the
county of Vinton, ami Statoof Ohio, to-wit:
J no tsoutn-west nunrtor or the Hmitu-west
quarter (s. w. a. w.) of Section Number Thir
teen (13.) Township Number Miio (11.) liangc
Nuiiibiir Kigliteen (1R,) except alsiut one acre
nnil sixteen rods out of said tract of land where
on the meetinghouse stands heretofore leased
to mo turned jtretnren, containing Thirty
Eight and Three-Fourths acres, more or
less.
To bn sold ns tho property of snld Oeovgc
Nixon nnd Christina Nixon to satisfy a Ji.dg
mont and duete.i of tho aforesaid Court lu lu
vor of William A. Hoiriilnes.
Appraised at eight hundred nnd fifty dollars
(?8v0.00,) and must bring two-thirds of that
sum.
Tbkms of Sale Cash In hand.
DAN I KL BOOTH,
Rhcrlll' Vinton County.
.1. M. Mc.fiillivrny, Atl'y for ITU.
January 11, IK71-SW-13
s
ULRIIF'S sili;.
Sjtatt of Ohio. Vinton Count;, nr.
wary Lnmb, l'laintirf,
against
John B. Rover vt. nl. Defendant'!.
In Vinton County Court of Common 1'lciiH,
Or-
uer ol tsaio.
rnrsuaiittotliocominiindof nn order of salt
issued from the (.'ourt ol Common Pleas of Vin
(on county, and toino illroi'tod as Sheriil of sai
countv. Twill offer for sale ut the door of Mi.
Court House, lu the town of McArlhur, Vinton
county, unio, on
Saturday, ihe 11th Dai oj
February, A. I). 1S71,
at Hie hour of 11 o'clock A. M. of said tiny, thr
following described premises, to-wit:
Hegliuilng attho Corner Slono nt the South
East Corner of Out-lot. Number Four (1.) 11.
UobbllM' Addition to tho Town of llnmilen. in
the county 01 v inioil, ami Slato of Oliio; thence
running due west to the Depot (.rounds of tin
Marietta A Cincinnati lt'iil Itosd Company
thonce With tliclr line to the North KaKt cornel
of said Depot Croumhi; tlk-nee Kasl le Samuel
riirrs line; tnenee noutn to i lie pnii e oi negin.
n ing, contain ing slsiut Three-fourths of an acre,
inoroor less, nccording to the Town l'lat, on
which lot is erected u,
Steam Flour ins Mill.
T;il:en ns tlm iitvinort.v nf. Tutin 11 rtnveri.t.. nl
to satisfy ii judgment of tho aforesaiif Court in
tavor ol lUniy l.ninii.
Appraised nt Twenty ono Hundred Dollars
(3.100.) ami must bring two-thirds of thai sum
Tr.UMS of SAM'.. One half cash nn Iho day oi
sale ; and ono-lialf ill six months, with interest
from day of solo.
DANIEL llOOTIf,
Sheriff Vinton County.
D. s. D.inn, Att'v forfii lillikrA Cu.
January 4. lnfl-y-i:iV4
s
HFKIFF'S SALE.
Sktte oj Ohio, Vinton County,
Gilninn A Miller, rinintiffs,
n gal list
Ann E. Dannand Daniel . Dana, Defendants
In Vinton County Court of ( 0111111011 Pleas. Or
der of Halo.
PURSUANT to the command of nn order
sale lu the nbove cause. Issued from the
Court of Coinmon.Pleas, of Vinton county, Ohio,
nnd to 1110 directed as Sheriff of snid county,
will od'er nt public sale, at the door 01 the
Court House, in the town of McArthur, in said
Vinton county, on
Saturday, the lltli Day of February,
A. D. 1871,
nt the hour of lflo'cloclt A. h. of snid day, Hie
following described promises, situate In the
countv nt Vinton, ana Htntoof Ohio, to-wit:
All of In-lot Number fnrty-P.ro (45.) in the
village of McArthur, Ohio, In county nnd State
aforesaid, except lorty-two feet oil' tho west
sldootKiiid Lot nnil heretofore sold by Mary
llic.hiiioml und Nelsoti Richmond lo Rook
Clildestor.
Taken 11s tho property of Ann E. Dnnn
Daniel H. Dana to satisfy ajiidgmcnlof tho said
Court In favor ol tilliniin A Miller.
Appraised at Huvonteen Hundred Dollnrs
(1 .700,) und must bring two-thirds of that sum
Terms ol Sale Cash In hand.
DANIEL ROOTH,
Hherltr Vinton (finite.
Ry A. I,. HliNTKit, Deputy Hli'tf.
jiarK jsarnniii, aii ys lor n un,
January 4, 1871-ow-ll
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Address all com mnnlcat ions to
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. i H.nni.ni unn.i fni-circular, contain
liiKuiid'irsementof Chicago Klro Marshall und
miin.vottiersoi ino nigiuwi cin.im.i-..
ARTHUR NURSERY
J. & W. GOLD,
Would respcelliiHylnlorm Ihe oitlzens of Vinton
nd other counties inniiHoy nuvc.ni inuir
NURSERY, One Mile North-last From MoArthM
thcverybeslvarielu-s ol."
JRATE VINES,
APPLE TREES,
TEACH TREES,
QUINCE TREES,
TEAR TREES,
CHERRY TREES
Vc warrant nil our stock true to rnme and nt
is low prices as can hn obtained snywherc, an
nvile nil ncrsons lo cnl I nnd examine it.
Anv lelter addressed lo 11s, ns to prices orva
icties, will be promotl nnvssen-ii.
. A ROOK FOR THE MXIXZCr;.
SV8ARRIACE.
CUiDE.
A rrWatCnnirloptftlii
Mnrrlcil, or Did-o ahritt lo
msrrv, on th phvuloloclcul
tiiyattrtca and rovtiatlouu of
mo iczu&i mynvrm, wiiu 1110
IfiNotdiscovtrif f 11 pruduelag
iraurTOthBtMtntilcxIrri.tto.
BD1 pmvfiitlnit nfTuprlnir, hnw to
'i bin I nan fnl-furt tia work of i
two bundrrd nod twi-utj-fmir
ra, Willi !iitm:niift encrnvlnti. anrl ormtnlni va1uuiiloltiror
nation fi.r ttiniw who uro -larriert, or enuiwiupliiu uiarrlHfto.
Htill.Hin a tHioktiiatouchtto be kept uuder luok auil kvyt aud
(li'lillIKi curcicasiy ri IHilll lllO IMIUKB,
Bent to an; ouu (f-te of Lougo) for PI ft Ccnti,
Alt'rcM Tr. liattfc DUpeujary, 'o. 1 2 North Elgbth Street,
Dh ijuuia, iUs
Notlco to tMo Atnictod and
Unfortunate.
B (bra applylnR to tho nitnrintn q'tncTri rrY.n rfiroTflrt In
piblto pa,Kr, or using any onaok totufrtiot, pnritm lr. B'lttV
trork, no uiaiUir wbot your aiao U, or how deplorable jour
tniitinn.
Dr. Butta onn bo onnnoltM, pcrflntintl or by mail, on the
i mpmucr iim r iiiiM'! in m wnran. imuco, nn, i i -ono .iguiu
Street, bUHbCU -IttTuUt and UtiOklDUt, Kt. I.ouU, MR.
A. llaro
Colloolioix.
Arts, ppctrcriri,
comi'iinlug valuable lnfnrm,.l"D fur ovfrviturlv. Pcot l-jr
mntl (frco of poitsRo) for FII' TV Cunlm Ariita- It. t. Mjlt-
aia.iui, no. i J Aorui ctuin iircm, ui. uomt, uo,
TjRAKr-fl rOT.T.KCTTOV of n nrly ono hnmlrH rr.vtnfa thr
tuokluftUrnntl-jallklntliof Wiofi, Jin, Alo, Ikcr, Cur
dif' bupi'iinr Cider, and tuurh otlii-i uncfi'l juformallnn
for tnno de-Unfc 1 n er miDufnoturing anj of tlio above, oltlier
inriituirnuoDr uuiuu uin,
hciit u? mull (frco oi rtvtnKc) frr rtft-r Ccoii. AfidrMi
R. K. NuntAyUY.Ko.
o J i fl
Nut- Kit hi U Htreot, HU hoult, Mo.
Buy 32c and Til Do You Good.
ROOT & PLANT
CO
BY CT-KANflINO TnW BLOOD AND
aromlDg the Llrer and Hvorrtlve (r
K ni to a healthy action, tbe PlIU ouro
lusiuy onniptiiote waUb It would not bo
opposed Uiorooald roach, cuh aa Head
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ichi, I'aim in tho StDB.Iftiuaxiott or TUB
Hand and Purr, Uoixmbm, Uiiiuna a,
ItMBUMATiaM, NlURALaiA, !,OI0 AlTKTITK,
UiLioue V yiBMTBRy, Kiomv ArraoTiuNa,
Co.ibti'-tioh, DistuiY, Fivitim or all
KiNua. 1' YKpariiiA, Jaindick, andoibor klu
dred oomplaloii, arlwlncfrom alow ninivof
the b'wly, or obntructioo of Iti fiinrttlnna.
1 Beina froufroni merourrend oihor inilnnni.
tbPT
wlibt
ean bo takro atalltlmra aud uudcr all oiraucuLariooa
lout rtgard to diet or bailwa
Price 2 J rate bo. ,
Prpred by the Qraftoi MMklnl Cn., Pt Totilri, Mo.
8fld by drugglnta and dealer I n medio lnu ovur;vhire,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
Xli6 Great Soothing Remedy,
HUB. ( Curceoolloanrl griping Id thr FBTCS
WnU'Oonf B'B tsiwol. anil faoillutu. lbs pro-
bXHUA-. looiioi umluiLS,
CENTS
WRS,
t Ruhducs MnTUl.lons snit ow-
WEtTCOlrB'S""e. all dlnisi Iimlduut lu
coini'. bii aiKiwi i
( ioltuU ssil .Lllilna.
)CMT
R3 ( Curoa Diarrhea. Prurnff ry and ) PRIOB
WTT
flYRDP. (ofallagei. s 0ENTS
It le the treat Infante end Chlldrtn'a aoolhlnf rtfimcdy In
til dlaordfra brought on by Toeibing ut any ol Ikt oatiM. Vt
parrd by tht Grafton tlodiolno Co., bi. Mtiii, Mo.
Bold by di-uggleu and doateri lu modioiue ewrjrwbore.
Wm.a D nu mmcr i,ouipiuui ill cuihUttu ap
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NOTICE
nl
It
all
v.
or
18 IIKUK15Y GIVBN TOTIIEHITRSCRIRETIS
to the Capital Slock of the (iiilllpolls, McAr
thur ft Columbus Railroad Coitipanv lo meet
at Deletombu's Room, on Court Nlrtcl, In Ciul-
11 pons, unio, on
Tuesday, the 14th Day of February,
A.D. 1871,
from 8 o'clock A l. to (1 o'clock, r. M., for the
election of soven (7) Directors for snid Com-
Iiaiiy, In which eluc.llon each sulwcrilier will
le entitled to one vote lor each share of his sub
scription to the emit al stock of suid Company.
Hy order of the Incorporators.
W. SHOBER.Bco'v.
Jnnuury 4, 1871-tm
Il
in
of
J,
GREAT IMPROVEMENT
IN
PATENT SMOOTHING HARROW
AND
BROADCAST WEEDER
Will thoroughly clenn from weeds
10TO20 ACRES OV CORN PER DAY.
It has nearly 100 Stool Tooth Inclining hack.
wnrds.
Tho draft Is very light, nllhoinrli thobrondtli
eoverod nt oae.h piissugo Is over nine feet,
Owing totliedlrcotlon of tlio teeth, thocorn
being strongly rooted Is not Injured bv tlm
passage of the narrow broadcast over It. while
the tender biirface weeds nro thoroughly de
stroyed. It is In nddllion tlio best pulverize? of Hie
soil ever used, ns the tooth never clou; with
weeds or ndhenlvo cmth.
it lias bcetuised with the most gratifying
snecces In nearly every HI ate In Hie Union.
PRIC1J. It will be sent on receiptor from
Gonovn, N. Y.,or from our dopols In Cbleago,
f:iinmpalgii, 111., Ht. Louis, Cincinnati, Alexnn
dria, Vs., linltlinore, or Phlladnlphiii for (9 ad
ditional, and front Leavenworth, Kansas, fur
1 1 additional.
For further partlcularit )ila,ise send for Illus
trated rliciilar to J. ,). TIl.lM AS A (.(.,
lit-!! ii geneva, N, Y.
Are!
WI
. McARTlIUR
FURNITURE MANUFACTORY.
JAMES H. WYCKOFF,
Mantifocturor anu Dealer la all Kinds of
Furniture,
Main Street, - MoArtlmr, O.
THE publlo are Invited to call and examine hit
largo and unrivalled stock. lie keeps on
hand and manufactures to order every descrip
tion of Furniture, such aa , ...
Dressing Humans, Centre Tables,
Wash wtauiis, " ,
Extentlon Tallica, Tables,
SewiugStands, Chairs,
Uedstoads, c.
And all kinds of
Parlor and Kitchen Furniture,
Of the best rjunllty and finish.
ttio umrk is Avonutoil liv the best of workmen.
and of the very liestof materials, which war
rants Mm In saying that It will bo found second,
to none in the county, aud will soil as cheap as
tliosamo can he bought elsewhere. ve him a
cull before going elsewhero, and jiewillguamu
teo satlsfuctlon, In regard to work and prices.
Ho is prepared to iiirnisu
both of wood and metal, on demand, of evory
style and variety. U
TIIE FINKLE & LYON
IMPROVED SEWING- MACHINE,
With Drop-Feed, New ake-up, New
Hemmer, etc.,
In nowoffered to ngents on most llbnral termi.
Also, second-hand machines taken lu exchange
or tlio new improvements supplied.
Every Machine Warranted
Frst-class. nnd If the mirehasor doss not think
so after a fair trial, he can return it and have)
his monpy.
Wan ted Travel I n A (ten t s to visit each I ow n
distributing circulars, explaining the improv-
incuts, etc. etc , wno can mase ou pvr inonin.
Address LYON'S MUTUAL 8. M. CO.. Union
Sitiare, 83 East Seventeenth street, New York.
STRAWCUTTERS.
Or. -w. BTrnsTTOisr,
Cornor MalrDan(lJaokson8trioti, . Ko Arthur, 0
Is manufucturing and selling
LAUGH LIN'S
PATENT STRAW CUTTER !
Cheapest, Simplest, and Best
Machine in the Market !
TV1 OTIIINO aliotit It to get out of order. The
1 KN I V ICS are of the best tpuillty of STEEL,
undrcndilv sharpened.
These iMachiiius can ho worked by s child.
They are great economlscrs of feed, and every
man who feeds slock should have ono.
BQrBuy no other Machine !
Every Machine wan-ranted.
April 21, lBIO-y
HALL'S i
Vegetable Sicilian HairRenewer
Every year increases tho popn
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a ration, which is due to merit
alone. We can assure our old
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who have never used it we can
confidently say, that it is the only
reliable and perfected prepara
tion to restore (UtAY Oil FADED
1IAIH to its youthful color, male
ing it soft, lustrous, and silhen :
the scalp, by its use, becomes
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eruptions and dandruff, find hy
Us tonic properties jtreuents tho
hair from falling out, as it stim
ulates and nourishes the hair
glands, liy Us use the hair grows
thicker and stronger. In baldness
it restores the capillary glands
to their normal vigor, and will
create a new growth except in
extreme oUl age. It is the most
economical HAIR DltKSSINO
ever used, as it requires fewer
applications, and gives the hair
that splendid glossy appearance
so much admired by all, A. A,
Hayes, M.D., State Assayer of
Mass., satis, "the constituents are
pure atid carefully selected for
excellent quality, and J consider
it the REST PREPARATION or
its intended purposes." We pub
lish a treatise on the hair, which
we send free by mall upon appli
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datory notices from clergymen,
physicians, tho press, una others,
IVe have made tlie study of the
hair and its diseases a specialty
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the restoration ami me preserva
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cnl und Ctacmlcul Authority.
Sold lt all Druggisti and Dcalert in Medicine.
Price one Dollar Per Bottle.
R. P, HALL c CO., Proprietor..
LABORATORY, BA8HUA, N,H.
NATURE'S
HAIR RESTORATIVE.
Contains no I.nc Sulphur no Rngnrof Lead
no Litharge no Nitrate of Hllver, and jsen
1 1 rely free from the poisonoaa and bcutlido
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tions. Transparent And clear as crystnl, It will not
oil the llnest fabric, perfectly safe, cleaivaiid
elllcicnt (lesiilorutums long sought for, nnd
found ut last!
It i catoreH Ami prevents tho Ilnlrfrom becom
ing (irnv, imparls a soft, glossy Appearance, re
moves tiadrutr, Is cool and relrcslilng to the
head, cheeks the hair from f.iltimr on, und re
stores it to a groat extent when prcmtiturcly
lost, prevents Headaches, cures nil Humors, cu
taneous erupt Ions, and unnatural bent.
DR. U. SMITH, l'alonloo tiroton Junction,
Mass. Proparud only by Proctor Brothers.
tiloiicestor, Muss, The gontiluo Is put up In
panel bottle, nimle exnresslv for If, with the
nnmuof the nrticlu blown In tho ulnss. Ask
your Druggist for Nnluru's lli'.ir llcstoratlvu'
MiintaliO Nottther.
For sale by J, D, PARK, Wholesale Agent, Oinoia
satii and a. W. 8I3S0N, Mo Arthur, 8
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Isaac Clark, I'l'ff, ") Rnforo R. W. Koloh.J.
niralnst VP.; of Clinton Town-
Wllllani Hnrnes.Dort I ship, Vlnlmi Co.. O.
ON tho 27th day of December, 1870, snld Jus
Hue issued nn order of nttnehmnnt in Iho
nbove uollon for the sum of ninety-four dol
lars. ISAAC CLARK.
January 85, lrnl-Hw
FA ISM rOI. MALKI.
IA Acres Jt! mllo from Allonavlllo, Vinton
lU (.'oiintv; good Dwelling Jlousua and Out-
liulldliigii j btW choice Fruit Troon nnd K) Orape
Vines, JUHI iiegiiiiiiiiK to near; goini niiurims
Tllilbor. nil! lie soni as no enuroiy ur m w v
lots,
AIso,K2 acres tlirue miles sou to oi Aiions
iliiiilea from Uie. Railroad, m Frull
vllle,
Trees commencing to hoar good Dwelling .
House ana uiit-buitiilngS! plenty or wswirnnu
Timber. All will be sold on easy terms at loir
prices, .Forl'ur'hrr pnrHculnro unpjyto
in IVS I'.JU ivl.-w. ' . .
AHotiivUle, UlilO-

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