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Order i f sale
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J)Uhl'Vr tor the e? remand uf an order r I
rati in lli uliuvr mure It, hk. diu-vtcd frvin
tue C'iiri nf t i..iu. u 1'ti.s vflbu utuu-reid
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Samuel Walkers Estate.
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NOTICE.
- Hdiijlnnmi Kfqr, will lukf n"-,
nre itinfl Jmhuioh I'r riiiincH. h- tM.-dny
(h pr.M itf.l , vilh th.- in diTiishcil minio l
l'r ll" llif rt'il-mti!inritein,jtli-ttil r'"
j;fthrtlf n.ir'li .iii.t or upciinii iuniibMr23
To ni.li p nuiiilicr ) RcnP nun iifr 19 B'lo
f"' iJik imiiiH .nt'iit oITi.xhs Mini pinnlt"
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SHERIFF'S SALE. '
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Sell A l-'lv rl.rnrt
I'lttTi..-) InC-iT'i'f
njilimt
! Couiimm I lei
Ul I. JL
1. : V h.uwn. Defl" j On Kscutili'cn
IJl'K.VI.'ANT to the omnMiiiii,l iifnii oi.lt-r v
pull) in llif itli.ivu i-uim... ti iio ilirm-leJ fn'ii
I i.f O.iirt C111111iK.il PI.'hk, "fill" ufrai.
C'lfiir.j nf Vlntim. I will offur t m1".
Ii ilmir of tl.d Tnnrt H"C, In thuTowiim
Wi-Arthur. In t,r-ui, t.'otin' of Vinmn . on
Saturdtiy the 2flJy 0 April J864,
JiHlwonu Iho lioiirxi.f tun ii'i-l"!' V . A. Mmm.i1
f-.iir nVl- cli P. M., of mi.l .luy. Ih fnllnwlnf
r,iperty. to-wt ; fa-lut muiihjr two hmulrn'
n. twenty in ihe Town of McAr
thur Vinton (V;ntv (Ihin.
Tulion tlit; i'rcifcrty "f J - I' . P. Hrnwi.
I" nullify a ju Ifir.uul In lnvor of Neil 4 tbcr
hi'art. Apirio-l hi five limulml n.l flfiy dullnrt
( t i:d iniiiii hrlup twothird nf tl,t mm,
TKKM8 OFSAI.K. mh in liuud.
Atit'H. NOKiaS, HIT. V. Tn. 0
Kib ism-Sw. ,
Wm. Uot n D.iuut)
1 4V;-4.5J
ril'CRf T ,t K I S I M I!
i;iilir.
AFTEA TRIN'i Till
Iliiir
Dr. WKKJHTM
HEJCVENAT1NG ELlXlIt!
nil KSHENCE (if LIFE.
PnrrAiiiiii rmM Pin VoiTAni Kiikacii1
foJTAIVIKO MlTHttiO I'JCHK'l TU Tll
IIOIT DIlltiTI.
Tlie Reinventing Klixir i tho tonsil if nio."
rn dltcovurie iu the vrjfotnhln Kinpdctn; bo
ln a enlirely new nn-l Hlnlrnot niotlioj o'
cure, rrepe,'iive of all the old au.l wuinuu
Tills medicino h8 boon ti-ito.l by llio r
cmliHint Dicdicnl mcu of the duy, uud by then
pronounocJ to be one of t'ie grtatg.it medi.11
dimovoi i of lbs oiu,
Clb botilo will i-urp gnrn l).:rilitr.
A tcwr di,c cur llyfturii- in louialt'.
One hitllu ciiron 1'u'l iilni iiu of tint ll';in.
A fw doKia rnetotea the oi-iih of generation.
From 0110 to t lirco but lua rt'stoii-a ll,u matdi
reni ami lull vigor of youth.
i lev uuaoi ritoiei the uppotito.
Tlirso bellies cur tlie worst case of linpof-
a ft iioa euro tue low npiritu.l.
Ono bottlo rcxto'ua mitntnl power.
A low i1iim- bring the roue to the cheuk.
Thia iiiddititio retorK to manly vigor and
tobiml hanlth the poor debililntcd, worn dowi.
and de'tiirlng devo'ce of avnKunl plearnre.
The lintlnaa onervati'd youth, tti ovor-tunkei
man of liuainoaa. the ioliin of norvuu deprca
ion, tho I u.li v id nl MiH'uriug from goncrul do
bilitv. or from weiikbew of a fincrlo vrcan. wil
all find immediate and permanent relief hy thi
d 01 me r.niir or r.aajuro or j.iic.
Price, ft PT hottli', or three Ivllli-a for 5
and forwarded by Kxpreoa, ou receijit of mon
ey, to any address.
Suld in MoArthnr at 8. V. Dodgca l)ru
rlor,snd aj nil Jirnggiata every whole.
Dr. W.R. MEKWIN Co.,
PotI PnoPRIZTOBa,
No. .9 Liberty Street , Ni,w YorV.
ROAD NOTICE.
"VTOTICE In hereby given that a rwtitior.
i ' will he prem'nted to the C.Viniminioneri
of Vinton County Ohio, al their March Seiwion
Ui 'A. ' Praying for the grunting knd opening ol
a Kad, rommenciog nt a point near flame A
Kdda mill in Klk Towi.hhin, and running
thenoe in about a Woatcrnly direction througn
thi land of James A'ohbilm, Joeph Howell.
Hiram Hulbert. Jvnci Piluher andnthnrai in
aaid Townahip, and ending at n alley on the
norm aiue 01 too lown plat of lc Arthur near
wiien. nr. 1101 land livoa.
Jan U S4-w4. MANY PETITIONKHS
SHERIFF'S SALE. .
Statt of Ohio, Yinton County,
RotdoMs a, Hixon Pltff. 1 In Court nf
against i Common Pk-a
John Gill f
Milton Hurler. Deft. J Vend! S 1
PURSUANT to the command of an of order
sale in the above cause to trie directed from
the Court of Common 1 lew, of the aforoeaid
rounty of Vinton, I will offer at public palest
the dour of the Court House, in the Town of Mu
Artlinr, in aforesaid eoan'.y of intnn, on
Salurday lhe22rd day of April 1804,
Between the hours often o'clock, A. M.. and
lour o'clock, P. U., of aaid day, tbo folloving
property, to-wltt. In lot number eighty-one,
(M.1 in the Town of McArthur Vinton Conn
ty Ohio.
Taken as the property of John (Jill and
Milton Hurley, to eat.td judgment in favor
of Reynolds sod Hixon.
Afpraieed at two hnndrod dnllurs, 1.1,1
In net bring two-, thirds nf t!ist um.
KKlIMS OFfALE.rah in hand.
ARIHL NORKIS. Miff. V. To. n.
Miiro'u 17th i8$4-Cw W'u. lioio, Deputy
DR. ROBACK'S
STOMACH
BITTERS
Wf HP PVPI I rn
IU DC tAwLLLLU
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BTOMACIIIO .
am
Jlegulator
or TBI
DIGESTIVE ORGAN;
tvvve, aW. . "v,s vsvc
JVe v -v o,M vv u
TvC2,v.cvof oic ,vUviv.
K.i, ov u Vows, vwt, V),,
8ovatv "SS'vWet, vevv
lo,vmmtow cvvvvU,
a iv ow ate
Bilious Fever,
Fever and jlgue,
Liver Complaint,
(Dyspepsia,
inaigestion,
. Jaundice,
Kidney Complaints
Wo-VCvcXv wvcJta, Wvcw.
"DotWft "SAX.
omc Svcfft
Somae ft AUi 'ft
Some ftvcc ft
lit. "RoXacV
CVYC
CTv.na niUart art VUt UP in OUO.H
;b of uihiah the above i a fae-sim-
iU. Tha label U finely engraved, and
is provided with a tafe-guara jrom
Munterfeiters. (Prio $1 per bottle, or
)Ufor$5.
0. W. I(ohaak, (Proprietor, JTo. 0
Xait Fourth St., Cincinnati, to whom
tl order should be addressed.
FOR SALE BY
S. V. Duilc, McArlliiir j Cowdery Si
Strong, Hamdenj C. Jolington, Newriy
mouili ; Will & Co., Zale-ki; John Holland
Swan: M. P. &C. Cur, Wilksvi'le ao.ll)
Oruggibts and Merchant generally thror.tgh
ut. the Unitod States and Cunuilus.
Octobi-r 29th, 1 8t33,--ly r.
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MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
ON and after Monday, January 11 1864, and
untill further notice, trains will run as follows:
MAIL GOING EAST,
Leaves Cinciunati at 8:80 A. M.: Lesvas Blsn
cheaBter at-0:27 A. M.; leaves (ireenfleld at
13:11 P. M.; arrives at t'hillicothe at 1:15 P.M
UavesCLillicothe at 1:35 P. M.; loaves Ilani
denjuncion at 2:52 P.M.; leaves Athens nt
1:81 P. M.; Arrivesst Marietta at :55 P. M.;
arrives at liclpro a. Parkerebarg at 7:10 P. M.
MAIL GOING WEST,
leaves Felpre o., at 7:80 A. M.; leaves Mar
ietta at 7:45 A.M.;- leaves Athens at 10:05 A.
a.; leaves II amtlen Junction at 1 186 A. M.
Arrivesst Ohillieolhe at 12:65P.M.; leove
t'hillieotheat 1:15 P. M.; leaves Klsnenostor st
6:S6 P. M.; lcaes Lovcland at4:50 P. M.; ar
rives at Cincinnati! st 5:(5Pf .
The Aesommodation Train leaves Chiliieotho
at 5:30 A.M.; arrives at Cincinnati st 10:25 A.
M; lea res Concinnsti at 8:80 P. M : arrive al
CLillicolhe at 8:50 P.M.
Comectiona are made at Lovelond wi'h
Trian to and from Colnmbns; and at llamdou
Junction with trains to snd from Portsmouth
JOHN DDKAND, Snp't.
Jannary 11, 1M4 ly
I
IXigfZ House.
MOSTtif-VERY A HON rroprl
a elors Front St., Portsmouth.
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LET THE AFFLICTED READ!
Aad bars that s rrfcct sad radical cura la warranted
and (iiarantkl to all who an aAUctwl lth wekkiieM,
cod iiiarantood to all who are elMeted with weakueee,
OeQIlllV, nervoue aiiiipixuw, i,m,j .uvu-iim ,
preeelos of ilrili, diaiiw end anguish of mind, lose of
dcbllftv, perrons oniiiplatuta, sielauchuly thoiiahu, de
WDI, ItW u. in', , iv . p, 7 ' 1
puny gn th. waallnd away, and a want of otmndvDC Is
tbcuiwlrea, hlutlui Au, eoavnUiv UauiWiuga, Impo
teuee aaJ dlagiut 01 life.
HEAR WHAT TIXS MEDICAL PRESS
I SATS.
Bom ptiralcnn retlra to be tetd the natnre ef yonr,
diMMM-lbe KNULISU ItUTAKIU PilYSIUfAX d,a
sol. (Ill pcrirt knowledireof Hie haraao intern iial,UiS
I1U0 tuiiwrltw tlwillma wltboul any lnformllon trvm
llii- uutii.ol, to epllii 111 orlKi-ial i-iiuu, anil t giwranlea
f cure. Auil. hut la more valuable alill, Uo will b,,n
eilr ami frnnkli tell v. Iiethar jrou can be cured or not.
TI.U will aiif your niinJ, aad mve jr-m cinae, time,
tr.Mil.li, and iluu,polnini-iit. It will be. Ihe ineaui of
iriii y.ia man a dolliir; it wm yum lulih,
au,l, wluit la bitti-r limn all, it will aaft your Ufa fr-'m
beiugali'irtcne.1 ay wroug InutmeDl.
Ilia etainiualiuui are inivla wilhutit aoy Information
from the .atl.-nt ; lhere,re he thoroughly iiaileritno.li
tlu ir I'livait-alcoBditlonanil l'liranul.i.'l duvelopnienl,
wiihutil whl.-h hi never could have x.-rf..riad a naiiy
vtonuMiin curua. It ehiHild be roinambeivd that thla
ll.,lei,lo 1'hv.l. I.ia i Tormi curvl thouttht linpowible.
If) 1,11 have Iriwl ullioni and got Jio relief, If Too wlih to
enjoy iroo.1 hoollh ami hms lile, If you are wlaa, yon will
io.n.1 conault Hit HAI'lfAi)L,lha Ikilanic I'kyaMaa
All hie rurumniiiraii,.ni and loterrlowa u atrletls
private and conll,k-iilUl. Jfcrfiou Ja'mal,
Width 7 First eol. "
FACTS ARB STUBBORN THINGS !
Itwr what the rhllndi'l,lila eorreaimideul uya in tbi
IV,,,iuiouwi-ullh, Vriluiiut-tviu, Delaware, kta of Aurll,
1S.VJ ;
" An Kiiijllfh gentleman, formerly eonnerted with tin
BritUh Army, auil who alylca hiuiwlf ILe ' KuiflUb Bo
laniu I'hysician,' I14.1 uf Ure gained au aalenatva repuia
lion here by Ilia skill in curing, ill manner of coai,llnta.
tome of bia pnlieiita I have convened with, and thoy
pronounce his rvmoUlei and niielu of lieatiuent aa vry
liilH-riur. Mouie have liei-n reatoied aa If by magic. Till
niediclne bo wed la itl.tllled by hlniic-lf fruin various
iierlx (uMieleltig niro curative pn.porllui.
While aclini; in the onuy he devoted bla lelaura
taouK-nla to a thornncli llu.ly of the air.vti iirodnced by
rvrtniu miMlleliiiil reotii and lierlw on all manner uf dis
rnaea. It .-.ilua he haa found a aura aud puoveiy remedy
for all Ilia 'ilia that Uoah la heir to.1 Ilia iraclini la
already extensive, and la ilaily increaaing. In the com
ilutuli to whi.-b feiitulea are aul,j.H:te.l he bu 110 equal,
aa a lure nuiiilM-r lin, hare teatlfled that thny owe not
only lli"ir ,reanit g - od limit h, but Ikalr llvoa, to Ilia
kill of thla timlHli Uoianic l'hyikian." Ilia olHoolaal
No. 59 EAST F1TTH STREET,
CINCINNATI.
MORE GOOD NEWS!
FROM HIGH AND RELIADLB AC
THORITT.
The Dotnnte Itemedlca of Doctor Raphael, the Engtlih
DotADle rhyalciaii, never failed yet to muke a purfwt,
radirl, and ueinuuaut cura of ALL
PRIVATE, SECRET, AND VENEREAL
DISEASES,
Without the uae of Mercury, without hindrance from
bualoeaa.and without fearorritacoveryorexpoeiire. No
duadly poUona, auch aa araenlc, nux vomica, opium, or
any other poinoita. No meix-nry nor any deadly uiinerala
nothing but purely Vegetable Botanical Homed lea are
nwd by thia wouderful Botanic rhyniclaii. Ilia Botanic
tteniwlioa never yet failed to cure the moat obalinal
and the moat daneerona caaea, and to remove all mercury
and other Impurities from the ayatein when all oilier
Hemedies bad failed. Jfwliad Jwraut.
O00D NEWS TOR SINGLE MEN
CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE.
.rtoar what the Baltimore oorreipondent of the 044
fcllow, Boonaboro', Maryland, aaid on Thursday, the 31at
of May, WU: ,, , , .,
" Numeroua cures of dlaeaaea eaiued by early Indlacro-.
IIdb navlng liecn iorformil by tho tugllah U.itiuilc I'hy
liclaii, I feel it my duty, having a knowledge of them, to
ttate the ffc-t, bollevlug thai In dolngao 1 may doa aervlcs
tolhe aufforing. Onocaaeln particular thai of a young
man In thla city la worthy of note. He had become Ihe
victim of a habit, the more allusion to which cauaee a
ihndder, audafier yeara of Buffering and doctoring gave up
all tiouoa of recovery, lie wlahed to marry, and was
dearly tlovcd by as aweet a girl aa ever liaped worde
iJTalfeotlon jat be waa fearful, nervous, and prostrated,
lie dared sot we ' ot. account of the ahaltared anile
sfhla irate a. He eought relief at the hamla of Ihe Uo
tnnle 1'iiyak 'r,a, snd, aatoulnhliig sa It may aeem, sll the
loom snd vigor of yonth has returned, and be Is now
Hie happy father of s pair of bright boya."
GLORIOUS NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
A PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHIL
DREN.
Hear what the Cincinnati Weekly Praia sayi on the Oth
or March, lttui: ,
We are decidedly opposed to drugs and to edTertlieil
xunediea for the prevention of having cbildreft, but ws
4 It our duty to acknowledge a benefit from any aad
si every source when It la for tbe relief of sunerrne;
-amenity. A fact has come to our knowMge that
ought to be promulgated and widely clrcuUM for the
benefit of those ladies whose delicate health makM It
neciiaaary to prevent auy Increase of family.
About twelve months after marriage, s lady of onr as.
quaintance gave birth toaduughtor, but her Bufferings
wore bo great that her physlciana despaired of her recov .
sry. This madeherdreud the very thoughtaof again I
coming s mother. She tried every thing to prevent a
repotitionofluinuflerlugs, but without succeeding. Iwo
years after marriage she w as again confined, but heraufc
ferluga wcroao great that the child dlod, and her own life
was despaired of. Site waa told by her family physician
that if ahe had any more children ne bared her Ufa would
be the forfeit. Aa sll the remedies aba bad Mod beH.es
had failed, alls spplied to the Uotaulc rr-yalclao, Cr
KAPUAKh,
No. 59 EAST FIFTH STREET,
CINCINNATI,
FOB nis
PREVENTIVE TO HAVE CHILDREN.
... j . - j ... - .1... 1 .Rw.i , Hav nnl nnlv tire.
vented her from having children, but lliey alao Improved
her health. "To ths rims, all ihikos ass russ."
The Botanlo Fhysiciau'a remedies can bs recom
mended, because Uiey are lnnocen sud safe. They
otecate without cauilng sickness or exposure. They dt
not interfere with the diet or occupation. They as
not Injurs lbs neslth, but they sjeslnto heU
ffecU II. M EI0O4, II. V. '
Any whoareaufferlns. nomarterwhat thdr complaint,
can call on ins Botanic I'nyaician eontdentially. They
may rely upon relief. Uls office is st
NO. 69 EAST FIFTH STREET,
Between Sycamore Street snd Broadway,
CINCINNATI.
Coninltatlon dally, Snndaya exospted. Offlcs boors
rom IO A. ffl. 10 cUses P- M.
ffaT Persons at a distance may communicate oosn
dsntiillt by letter, If Ihey inclose ONE DOLLAR, foe
Consultation Fee. In each letter. All letters, commnni.
rations, snd Interviews, are strictly private snd confi
dential. No answer will be given to letters unites one
dollar la inclosed aa a Conau nation Fes.
Address sll letters as follows,
DR. RAPHAEL,
BOl No. 2463, POST OFFICE,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
CACTIOH TO Till PUBUO.
Iir. W. Banhael baa no connection with PH.0JTSS0B
or Dr. W. M. Raphael, or with any other gentlemsa
of the same name.
aW Cnt this advertisement ont. When yon some,
erleg It with yon snd show it to ths girl who open taw
Ivor. To prevent mistakes, ssk to
SEE THE DOCTOR HlMSELF.
Width 2. lit col.
bHEKlFb'S SAXeT
Siafo rOiio, Vinton Couniy.
Blothonr Mathews C. Pltffs.1 In Court of
agsiant ! Common
S. 6. Murray s f Pleas. On
A. Boole, Pefts. J Execution
DUKBUANTtothecommand of execution
X In the above csnse to me di reeled from the
Court of Common Pleas, of the aforesaid Coun
ty of Vinton, 1 will offurst public sale, st the
door or the Court House, in the Town of McAr
jhnr, in aforesaid County of Vinton, on
Wtdnudoy 24.A day of February 1864,
Between the hours often o'clock A. M.. and
four o'clock: P. M., of said day, the following
property to-wit : In-lot number sixty -four,
(64,) middle westhide. Also In-lot number
forty-two, (42,) in the Town, of W'ilkesville
County of Vinton, and Stats of Ohio.
Taken as the property of S. R. Murray and
A. Souls, to satisfy a judgment in favor of
aiotnonr 01 at news u.
Appraised as follows :sCn-lot nnn.be r siilv
ont middle west side apprsied at five hundred
0 u thirty-three dollars and thirty-thtee and
ne third cents, and Lot number fortr-two ap
raisel at one bundled and fifty dollars, and
must tiring iwo-iniMsof that sum.
Termaof sale, cash in hand.
ARCH. NORRIB,
Jsn'y list Sl-Jsr. fchlT. V. Oo. O,
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INDIAN MEDICINE
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CIIEKOKEE CUIwli!
An utifa'litig ouro fur Sermatorrhea (sfiniiial
VenkiioK, Ni-cturiitil KiiiUainns.aiid till lliu
ea i-aiisvl by eell'-pnilu;iiii : ntrhs, Losm.f,
Mentor. l:niviT-.ul Luiullnde. Psins in the
Hack, I'linncae of ViVum, Proiiiatiiru Old Age.
Wt-ak Norves. Diltk-u ty of Hren'hing. rrinib- j
ii,g, Vs'.tel'ii!ne , K.rnptii'iie 011 the Furo, l alo !
. otiuto tiimcu. Inequity, l'nii!'iitiiit;on. mid ull .
he li reftd ctmiplnints ci.u-cd by dipar.ii.g I
i),n thu 'i. tli ol nature.
This mediviiio in .1 simple vegetiil.lfl extrnot.
itid one ou wuiun all cnu ruly. us it hua beer,
lived in our prsetku fur mat.' years, itiul with
ihou-um'.e truulud. it liu nut fuiltiil il". a winl"
instnni-o. Its enrutive .oer- l.nvo iueti hiiiH
..iont to gain vlctiry ever tho most stubborn
ease.
Tothio who have trifled with their coneti
iitioii. until thoy 'Milk tlioinM'ht-a ln-yotnl tho
resell of 1ue lie.1l uid , wo would ta v, Di-spnir
not! the (Iti it-ki r. Cfiiv: trill re-tore uu tn
'tcit'th ninl vigor, uu,l after nil quite!, uuctora
liuvu fi lled I
For lull piirtit'tiltirs, get a Cin-ular from any
llruir Stuie in tho eottiilry, or writo tho I'ru-
priutoia, who will nail lien to tiny 'me di-nr
ing the Milne, it full dentin' in ,:iiii.ilit 1' nil.
t rice f 2 per Dottle, ut tlir.-o hnttles for ?.i,
mil fiirwarded by Kxprvas to nil parts ol the
world.
Sold by nil rei-peotuhle il.n.'viets nvsrvwhrre
Vu. W. U. MKliWIN' it (.'n.
Pou: Pkoi-kii.tiius.
Nn Ti? l.lli.n-iy Street, N'e.v Yir!:.
Feh. 4 18tiJ. al'.w-l yr
A L-EW RI-AS0NS WHY THE
AMERICAti WATCH
IS THE REST.
11 is inuiie I'll motion principle, winio tin-,
toreigti nu'.eli m utiertilly iiiti.iuiui no pnnci
;ile uf nil.
Lot na look at the contract. Tho foreign
utih is mostly made by wmnon nn.l bnjs, by
huiiil. VVIiiio ll.eir luborisu'i'-np, their u otk
is d -ur nl utty price. .Sik-Ii wutehea am made
a'ithtillt lall, tiu.l m.l.l without guiitiiiiiti'O.
I'hey nru irir gnlitr it: eiiiihtiue'ir.ii, nn.' quite
is irregular in inotomciil. They 11 ru ilciiiiieil
inly to si ll, nnJ the buyer I the tit ty mutt
ihorouglilly nd.l. Thi ho who hnvo kept "hu
tch, " h k-iru" n nd Swb-h 'ovetr." in profo
nd rcpLir li.i n fuw y o.trai will iipioeiute tilt
until ul'i'iirsttttctiient.
; THE PLAN OF THE AMKRICAN WATCH
Iiii-tuiiil nf lieil.g litndc ofeevetiil hundiud lit
tle pieces, screwid lugetlinr, thohn.lv of the
American Wiiteh iaf.irmej nl'SOLIl) Pl.ATF.S
Nn jnr iiiteit'uicK withlliu linrmciiiy of ils work
mg, uud no eilihlun ehuck cnu tltrnw ils uincliili
cry ont of gear. Sivossinnofr.no purt I run.
mother is unknown to iu cuiistitutioii. muViri
ritling oroiiy husinesa pursuit, it is nil held tu
e.tlier ne u'rnili as a singlo uni-o nf laulnl. It
,s juet what all iiiiicliinoiy should ho
ist ACCUKAl K.
2d. SIMI'LK.
d. BTRO.VH.
4th. ECONOMICAL
We not only secure Cheaolss by our systo"
hut lcalty. We do not pretend tliut our
Watch csn bo hongh for less money thnr the
.nrilgn niPKO-hulieve but that for its real vul
110 ills sold for one huifths piico.
OL'KSOLDIK1'. WATCH (tiumed Wm, El
iery ) in wh it ils 11 anie iui!ioatea-Solid Stii.rlHi,
iul,au,i UIW.13S K.Hiubh wurmnlcd to stuii.l
lid otiK'Utit of Mirchlug, Riding or Fighting.
OUR NKXT HJCHKST lil'ALlTY OF
WAT1 'H 1 11 Hue. I. P. K. Bartlctt) Is similar in
izu mid i'on.'ral spiwntnties. but hos tnoro jew-
tls. ninl a niiireelti'oirnlo tlliinli.
OIK LAIMF.N' WATCH, rjcently brought
,ut, i. put up in 0 grcut vutiuty of patlurus,
iiiiuy ol iln'iii ol' mru benuty uud workman
hip, h (juite sirtull, bill warranted to keej
time. .
OL'KYOUNU UKNTLKM AN'B WATCH Is
nett. tint Inign and iust the thing for the pocit
cl ol Yntitig A muricu.
THE I'KOOF nf the merits uf our wstcli muv
ito found in thu fact that we nowosiploy ovet
rive hunilrt'U wurkuic-n iu o u lactones, and
tltat wo aro still 11 liable, to supple tho c'justaul-
ly inurnnlng dutnanu.
OUR THI.KK-yl'ALITY PLATE WATCH
tliiunm nnd lighter than the others wo have
liscrihcd. Its lino ehronomolor bitliaiicoiadel
ivately adjusted to correct iho vtu inlioii cnitseil
iy lomiarturu. TIicho Watcltes are chronoine-
iriciilly ralud, and nru the fruits of the latest
jxperiinents in clironomotjry and ore mudu by
our boat workmen, in a soparittt rlopnttmutit
onr factory. F -r theflnusl time-keeping qnul
itioa they challenge nompnrison with the best
works of the tuuat famous I'.nglUh and bwiss
muk-ers.
ROBBIMSdt APPLKTON,
Agents for'.he Atnoricsn WotchCo
Jan. 21 -t4-4in ISi BuoAnwsr, N.Y.
EC011UCE HOME WORKS
('nil llllll
( i a miiiiilJJl v
lir.iaaaaia-iia1
UllDEi FOIKDRY!
INJAMIX D ILL, PROPRIETOR
HAMDLN, oniO.
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
AMU MAKES TO OIIDER.
Slovctt, rious, Ifollosi' svare
AND
ALL OTHER KJND OF CASTINGS
1IIE undersigned is new prepared to execute
. promptly nil work orJercl in his line o(
bustiiosa. All kinds of Castings usually made
st Foundries, will he kept on hand and for sale
st the most reasonable; rales.
The facilities of the Foundry situated, as
is, in the midst of Furnaces where the raw
metal It, alwavs to be had at a saving exnenoe.
must-be oviden', to all ; and the S"hacribor be
ing tieieriiiiuw uww w u."u ...um in m,
quality or cheapness, of hi manufactures.
asks for and hopes to receive the patronage ot
the community.
CANE MILL.
We are manfactoring the best and latest ia
nroved Camb Matt. Those wishing mill will
do well to band in their order in time.
if r. ft J A. all a avi 1.1,,
bwsry 12th ISC. tfo
81IKLTOX BARNES ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the nndersign
A has been dulr apDoiOted and Qualified.
Ad.ftlniatralor f lbs EsUU of EbultoD Camas
lat of Vinton funty deceased.
Jsa. Sl-al-.w. GLtEuI plKMLS.
(HI
1
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O
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m
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f - - S - - ' .- ---ww-.vvCvSV-.
j Vr'. 'ftt-nder bi (lank uV. - .
J vVi ' i Ilia costo usr i,r pae V "
i sZ&"0m'Z 5 favors, aulwiil stil V '
TL. ' 'iiornitfh goods at tluV.
j C. ' l.owest price for casli. V t 7"
LADIES DRESS GOODS
Sill;, French Mnrinopc, DfelitinoB, Debaizea, nombazlnca,
Ginohains anil every variety of Prints.
in
ii
III v il ui u il
Tie liirpcBt nnd IcBr nrsorlmeut ol Oveicoftffl, Breus
Cfii8, liloiiiiif, Vi-stB, l'nnls miJ omk'rclotlii'B.
BOOTS 'AND: SHOES.
!-Vr, (i'Mite, I.iuiii'J, rye, Miesea, nml Cliildien of every vnrlofy and vcq
AT and CAPS.,
(uMits, Lutlicp, IJ.ij'B, Misses and
kOmets,' hoods
Yvr vai'ic-ty mid btylra tliat art'
BALMORALS k HOOPS,
e
FA JULY (jIHOCEIiIES
a t'n'i iifl.-sortin
ii', nil for CASH or
tniiiki't (nice.
Die. lOili lS03-3iiio.
u 9
Caldrons, nt prices to suit ull
ixi shakers.
not EiirjiasBrd in ihid market.
Cnntry l'iiO I)IK"E at tha limits
.1. K. WILL.
is
it
TWENTY-SIXTH BIRTHDAY
OF TI1K
STAR PAPFR GF AMERICA,
.January 1,
THE NEW Wk MERCQRY
FORT Hli
:.!i i xa vr.iu
After inoro limn a qimrter of n century ef un
iniuirui'toil succkSA, Thi New Yorh Mkhcchy
-stumli.ig (Irst on tho in:is:er roll of the Lit
enity Pro-is in fliis ciuiitry pointe prolldl) to
is post ctiroir na a g'isriiiii'aj nftiuw triumphs
n the u'tiro.
ll.iretul'i)ro,lt is hs-ccliped all rivalry ; but
it proposes to mnlio tho coining year memura
i.lo by i cursiMi ns o s past iMBTonr, and
looiii'iiif.' up hei'oro tho world as the most ruir
velous specimen "f fin-ciniuiiig, brillinut.
utilising, and cnniprnliensivo Litfrury Newspa
pcr tlut lua over bvcu published (neither hoiu-i.-pore.
TIIKOKNU'SOF EUl.'OPF
fill be laid under contribution to give bri lli.i n
a U Its eoln.iins, uud side by si.le with origt
ol priiiliictions i f Hie most popular romuneists
ylhu Old World, will b.' p'jcod the ch'f d' imr
a oflho most eminent story -tt ritcrs of the
New.
MISS M. E BltADBON,
.uthore-sof "Aurora Floyd" "Lady Audley's
.Secret," "John Murchniont's Logscy," etc., etc.
who 1ms ruilileiilly risen, liko
A STAROFTIIK FIRST MaQXITUDK
in the literary horizon of Groat Britain, has
been sped ui ly engaged to supply Till Na'W
YoitK MuteriiY from time totime with .the
woii.lerl'ul crealions cf her genius, at a cost
which no other weekly in America could ven
ture to incur.
Among tho mnltitmloof distinguished writers
and artWts who have become familiar to the
iiiusrus through the vast circulation of the Stab
Wkkki.y or Axeisica, may he mentioned the
following, all of whom are still upon its staff :
Or. J. H. Robinson, Coi:i May Carlitok,
MaIIOAKLT Bl.OCKT, W.O. r.ATOK,
Nn iSiNTUNK. Oioroi Martial,
Arthok M. Crainoer, Julia 8. Inorahau,
Gkacr tiAjtnsEit, Eiiwiun Willitt,
Felix O. C. Daki.ev, JUnr Chilf,
Miss M.E. llKAnnoN, Gkouoi Aliant.
Scores of othor distinguished literati, under
various noma u pltitno, contibufe to its columns
whilo its pictorial illustrations are from the In
imitable pencil uf Felix 0. C. Parley, Esqr., the
best draughtsman of the sgo.
Tho War, which has given the toupdigraet
to so many pretentious publications, and half
destroyed those thut still survive, has added
thousands to tho circulation of Tm New York
Merccrt.
Ils bearUstirrinpr short stories, its military
hUlorioUcs, Its matchless serial romances, its
del iciriis gossip, iu fairy tales fof little folks,
its tnro poetry, its fresh ant1 vigorous editorisls
thi, iiifitiit variety of IU contents, and its large
omoual of reading matter that it comprises,
euder it welcome everywhere, and to all classes
ociety. Containing, as It dose,
Fl KTY COLUMNS
S closely printed matter, it may safely be pro
nounced the cheapest, aa well aa the beet Liter
ary Newspaper extant
Three favorite writers, Dr. J. II. Robinson,
Cousin May C'srlefon, and Ned Bantline, are
now preparing three stories forTriR Niw York
Mirccrt. One of these producUons will be
rommenoed in the Opening Number of the New
Year. The authors being awsie of thia fact,
are engaged in an emnlatire contest for preced
ence, and the remit will unqnestiorablr be
that the most effective story ever peunea by
any of the three, ia the
NEW YEAR 8 NUMBER
of tbe great representative "veekly of the West
ern World.
The New York Mercnry is sold tiy all news
men and periodical pealora in America- To
subscribers, it is regularly mailed every Batur
' day morning, for 12 a year : three conies 5
isiicopis3 ; eigbt kofies forl2, with so e. '
' Ira copy, free, to the (titer up of ths club.-
Six iuoiiM.h eiiWi!,tii)iis received'. Alwnvs
iviito plainly the ioh.ih of yoi.r Post OthVe,
Con iitj . ui il Stnte. We uke th notes of all
aolvi-nt l.uiilis at nr. Payment must invaria
bly l. iiiiuli. i,t h sin e.
' l-if Sp.icinieii Copies emit tn sll npplioante.
Adilrtva nil letters and ieiuilt:inctn, pol
pllid,tll
CnUl.DWLI.L A IUTNF.Y
Proptielorsof Hie New York Morcutv,
ss Ii Aim St., n lid 11 Fulton St.
Ni w Yoik Citv.
WANTED
Agent i ii vi i )' T it imiI Con ii
I) , lOM'll Dllll s Mlj I'll II Mil
$iO
T'HIS MACHINE will Jicm, rnn, upbrendlhs
1 gutber, tuflls, shiro, c, exnetly like hsnd
sewing, more pttrfect and much faster, with
singlo ot double thread, either cotton, linen or
silk, udng the common sewing needle, (which
con be purchased at any store for six cents a pa
per,) making a uniform long or sho't stitch, as
tAe will of theoporatcr. it will sew any kind
of material that requires the running stltob,
weighs one pound, and csn he carried in the
pocket or work box. and is so aranged aa to be
attached for cae to a table-top or work stand,
with disections so that a child who oan read
may operate it without instructions.
Mile superior tools nnd Urge facilities for man
ufuciumig, enables na to put them in he tnar
kot nt the low price of six dollars by retail.
2T" For further parte jlars, apply to
J,D. II ALL, General Agent.
Koehster. V. Y.
Dec. 10th 186-8mo or A.M.Badoir Co.
SHERIFF'S SALEi
,...- :( . I.' . .. ;
Stale of Ohiot Vinton County
Morris Albangh
against
II, W. Stoddard
J. J. Allison et al
ritff.
Defts
In Court of
Common Plea.
' On order of
, Sale. .
PDIWUANT to the command 'of ia order 'of
sale in the above cause to me directed from
the Conrt of Common Pleas, of the aforesaid
county of Vinton, I will offer at public aalo, at
the doorof the Court Honse, in tbe Town of Ma
Arthur, in aforesaid county of Vinton, en
Saturday the 26iA day of March 1864,
Between the honrsoften o'clock, A.M., and
four o'clock, P. M., of aaid day, the following
property, to-wit : In-lot(number one bundled
and oighty-eight, (138,) and lot number two
hundred and nineteen, (219.) also lot number
two hundred and eighteon, (213,) in tie town
of McArthur. Vinton County Ohio. ' ;
Taking as tbe property cf.T. J.. Allison,' to
tatisfy apudgmentin favor of Morria , Albangh.
ppaiscd as follows, io-lot . number one
hundred eighty-eight, appraised at fifty dollars,
lot number two hundred and blneteaa at forty
lollsrs, and lot number two hundred and oigh
een at thirty-seven dollsrs, and must bring
wo-thirdsofthst
fERMS OF SALE. cash ia hand. : ....
ARCH- NC'RFlS.Shff.V. OVO:.
Fsb. 13hH64-&w By Wn. Gr-tB, trf.
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