Items of Local Interest.
We are making arrangements to par
chase New Type and to give tha Enqir-
EB a new dress; and we nope our pat
roni and mends will aid us 10 paying
for the new type by subscribing tor and
paying for the Enquirer for three,
six, nine, or twelve months, or for the
campaign, Let eaoh one of our sub
icriber get us at least one subscriber
and in his way we oan easily pay for
the new type.
v Come, friends, help ual The New
Type will be reoeived in a Bhoit time.
Ant person wishing to pnrohase a
rplendid Piano, would save from fifty to
oudhuudred dollars, by calling on the
Editor of this paper.
Foi Ayer's Medicines,
Call at Slsaon's Drug Store.
A Girl Wanted. Permanent
employment in a small family will be given
to a girl who understands house-keeping.
No one need apply without a good rooora
modmion. For information, apply to the editor of
Iryoa want to buy or sell anything, no
matter what, the best way you oan accom
plish your object ia to advertise in the En
fuirtr. Now ia the time to advertise. Try
Go to Strong &. Gibbons. For
lltovai, Tin-ware, Plows, Saddlery, and a II kinds of
Hardware, no to HiaoNQ It Gibbons, on Main street,
McArthur, Ohio, who bave on hand a Dill supply o
everything uiuhIIv found iu a country hard-ware
tora, and which ha been bought at the lowest oash
prloes and will be aold at corresponding figures. 15
41 Work Again, C, J. Billinghurst
has so far rscevored the use of his hand as
to be again able to make all kinds of Pbo-
tographio pictures. Oire him a call.
Drugs, Books anil StaUoueryv-
Peraons wishing Drugs, Medicines, or Books,
will do well to call at Strong's Drug and
Book Store, eorncr Hulbcrt's Block, MoArthur,
Ohio, where they will find a large stock of
Ture Medicines, Liquors, Oils, Paints, Dye
(Stuffs, Perfumery, and Fancy Articles'.
Physieians-oaa buy as low as in any mar
ket, in Southern Ohio.
The attention of the public is called to the
Urge stook of Cap and Note Paper, Pens,
Ink, Paper, Knives, Rulers, &o., &o.
School Books can be bought cheaper at
Strong's than at any other establishment in
Call and see. May 2-6m
For the accommodation of those who
wish a cheaper pioture than the common
l'hotograph, C. J BrLLiNOHuasT is now
prepared to make Qem Ferrotypes.
Call and see them:
For riae II rugs and .Tied
icut'S, to Sis.ion'e Drug Store.
Political but not Social Equali
ty. The Abolitionists give out that,
although they want the negroes put on a
political equality with white people, yet
they do not mean to make the negroes
their tocial equals. And they illustrate
their position, by the remark that there
ia no sooial equality among white peo
ple, j. ma is a miserable subterfuge,
j.uere are varioua sooial oiroles among
white ' people, formed by degrees of
wealth, or oulture, or taste; but these
otroios are nodenoedand indefinable, and
Lave n analogy to the question in issue.
The looial distinctions among white
people are merely conventional, and are
continually undergoing changes ; while
the natural differences between the white
and blaok noes are suoh as to preclude
equality even under the same worldly
oiroumstaneerv wno does not know
this 7 And who is there 10 weak-minded
as to be deluded by the sophistry of the
ADojiuon speaiers ana writers on the
i Thi Columbus Journal in speaking of
mo aroppiogct euphonious Indian names
lor aosura vulgar ones, says ;
"lo Ohio it is very little better in ie-
gard to the names of streams. Bao
coon, tbe Otter, tbe Bkunk, and other
vermin give names to a large portion of
our smaiier streams, we bave exhibit
ed our detestation of the murderous
Redskins, by olanging the Ontonagon
to Owl Greek, the Pataakala to Licking,
and ether similar examples; and the
name of the Olentangy is giving way to
that of Whetstone."
The Journal is mistaken as to tho In
dian name of Owl Creek, if it refers to
the Owl Creek whioh runs through Knox
county, put Mt. Vernon. We resided
by it long. enough to learn that its In.
dim name is tbe Kokosing,
Pawncits poking fun at the Radi
"I. He says they think that tbe Jeg
Islation of Congress will make the negro
what he should be. They have no
doubt, that it will chaflge his wool to
Hyperion eurls, that itNill give him a
Roman or Greoian nose, that it will short
en bis heel, scoop out a hollow in bis
foot, and impart to him the odor of "tbe
balm of a thousand flowers."
Th Court of Common
until August loth: -.
Tub Paris Moniteur of the 6th of
July publishes an imperial decree, pre
ceded by report of the Minister of War,
ordering the abandonment of twenty-
nine fortified positions and works, and
the suppression of all restriouoas on
house and landed properties within tho
line of fortification, and thirty-nine oih
er fortified points of the Empire.
A dispatch from Paris, dated on the
5th of July eveniut; says : To-day,
in the Senate, tbe President, referring
to the execution of the Emperor Jlaxi
milian. Suid : "A horrible crime has
been committed against the laws of war,
international right and humanity. The
blood of Maximilian will oling to those
by whom it has been shed. Let us. pro
test against this abominable outrage
against the civilization of our times, and
let us attach ourselves more closely to
those generous and liberal principles
which led us to consider such an act im
possible'" The President's, words were
reoeived with prolonged marks of appro
bation. . .
[From the London Post, July 6.]
The act of Juarez wai one of inhu4
man and savage revenge. It was oom
mitted of mere brutality and with merely
pretense of beioi' necessary for the
publio saloty. In returning a verdict on
the wbolo occurrences as they are before
us. we ma safely say (he execution of
Maximilian was a glarin erime before
heaven and men ; and that to justify it
by the counter acctibition brought agaiott
him at firs'! night specious, but in real
ity deoeptive is to compound the ope
rations of intended justice with those
of deliberate and premeditated ven
[From the London Times, July 6.]
Tbe good feeling and the
common sense of- tbe world will rejoot
the excuses which the new governors of
Mexico will probably make for tbisoriuie,
European States oan at least express their
opinion of it as the reception they give
to whatever persons Juurei may think fit
to send to tbera as his representatives,
The feeling xcited will not be oonfiued
to tho old world.
We know not how the Government of
Washington exerted itself to save tbe
Aroh duke; but if the Amerioan press
represents tbe opinion of its readers
there has existed among Americans
profound sympathy for the fallen Aus
trian, and a desire thai he should be a!
lowed to depart from the oountry iu Bafe
tr. The feeling of the Amerioans
feln.n. amAMn. li n t , nJn..l. J
icfioed of their couutrymon. ha
been shown by their determination
aoanuon or aerer tne celebration ot tne
anniversary of independenoe. Such an
aot is the more creditable to tbem since
their political sympathies are of course
ot Juarez, woobo authority the United
States have ever reoognized, and to whom
the American people bave given impor
tant material assistance : the Texa.n iron
tier having been, in faot, .the Liberal
base of operations, and the quarter from
woioa Juarez and hie party received sup
pnes ot every sort. There is a genera
conent that this has been a cruel and
dastardly aot, and suoh a frellng wi
only be deepened by time, : We cannot
but believe that after so many years of
anarony and political veuffeonorv the
cup of Mexican evil doing iswoll nib
lull, and tbat the time approaches wheo
the land must be possessed by an abler
a nobler and a better race.
[From the London Herald, July 2.]
After Maximilian, tbe duty
ot restoring some pnooiplo of govern
ment in Mexico, devolves necessarily up
on those wno bave prevented tbe estab
lishment of the empire. Tho infiuonce
of the United States Government has
exercised directly and openly in
behalf of what is callod the Mexioao lib
eral party. Zuarez, the successor of
Maximilian, baa attained his position, it
may ba said, mainly through the ooun-
tenanoe of Mr. Seward. For bis acts
the world will henceforth hold the Amer.
loan Government responsible. . We have
been told that an imperial dynasty was a
barbarous and antiquated invention for
Mexico, and those who prophesied Maxi
milian's failure, have been very busy io
Insuring the credit of their prediction.
Jjet us see now much bettor Mexioo will
be governed by the creature of Mr, Sew
ard and by the native liberal party which
America nas preierred.
Filling Gongbbss with Negroes.
"Mack," the Washington correspondent
01 tne Lommoroial, writes
"JNews comes here from Virginia that.
the reconstruction of that State, it has
n agreed that the negroes shall have
leatt half the offices, including one of
me unuea states oenatorB. It is sate to
predict the same result io other Southern
Slates, and to look for a piebald delega
tion to uongrese irom eaoh ot them.
Under tbe rigid exolusion of all who. io
any way, participated in the rebellion, it
would be desirable, I think, to send a
full negro jdelegation from most of the
Those who are in favor of a Congress
made up in this manner, and who think
that rhite men oau not rule Amerioa,
will vote the Radioal tioket in Ohio,
headed by General Hayes for Governor.
The Grand Army of the Renuhlin. a
seoret, political, dark-lantern association,
the bummers of the negro suffrage radU
party of the north, are having family
jars among themselves in Illinois. ' A
portion of the Order sweat Ihej oan nev
er stomach neero voting, and thraatan to
rebel if the' Order supports any candis
uaie lavonng it.
The probability is that the dissenters
will be fcioked out, as (hey ire said to be
few in number, while the admirera nt
Sambo are largely In the majority.
An Item of Political History.
Rev. 0. M. Gray, in late elaogwbanging
speeoh against tbe Democracy, gives inw
item of comical history :
"Vallaodigham was arrested, and but
for Governor Todd, bis wife would have
boon a widow. Tho Sandav after his
arrest, I was walking with Governor Toed
in the streets of Columbus, when Uen
eral Burn'slde's Adjutant from Cinoin
nati aoDroacbed and said, privately. 'If
the Governor makes no objection, Burn
side fools it his duty in this emergency
to hang Vallandinham at oqco. Ill
Governor thought it would enrage his
Southern friends, and 'fire tbe Southern
heart, and though deserved, polioy point
ed to the Dry Tortoeaa,"
So if this man is to bo believed, the
Burnside of Fredericksburg was desirous
to bave tbe highest of all crimes upon
his soul and to do that which ''all the
waters of tho ocean could not have washed
out." Uoveroor load was not willing
to wade quite bo far into iniquity, but
be went far enough to cover himself with
eternal execration and reproaoh. If he
had tho spirit of s brave man, he would
bave demanded Vallandigham's release,
instead of consenting to bis kidnapping
and deportation. The time will come
when all the actors in that rasoally trans
action will receive their just deserts.
A Democratic exchange asks: What
has beoome of the Government of the
United States?' Why, sir, do you for
get history so soon? The Government
was shot in the private box at a theater
on a Good Friday night, more than two
years ago. It is as dead as a herring,
and its effects have just been sold at
Know Thy Destiny.
Madamb E. F. Thobnton, tlis ureat Enallsh As-
trologmt, Clnrvoynnt nnd Pnychometrieian, who 1ms
astonished the scientific classes of the Oid World, has
now located herself at Hudson, N. Y. madume
Thornton possesses snch wonderful powers of second
sight, as to enable her to impart knowledge of the
greatest importance to the single or married of ei
thersex. While, in a state of trance, she delineates
the very features ot the person yon are to marry,
aria ny me am oi an instrument oi intense power,
known aa the Psycliomotrope, guarantees to produce
a lire-line picture oi tne niture niiimnu or wile oi tne
applicant, together with the date of rnan lape, position
in life, lending traits in character, Ac. This is no
humbug, ns thousands ot testimonials can assert
She will send when deaired a certified certMcate, nr
written guarrantee, thut tne picturn is whatitnur
purts to lie. By enclosing a ainall lock of hair, and
stating place of bin h, nge, disposition and complex
ion, and enclosing fifty cents and a stamped envclopo
addressed to yourself, you will receive the picture
unci nesireu iniorniaiion ijy return man. Aiicommu
mentions dacredlv nonndential, Addross in conn
donee, Madamk E, F. 'I'hobhion, P.O. Box 22a, Hud'
son, N. Y. April 18, lSUB-lyJ
Wonderful but True.
Madamb Deminoton, the world-renowned Astrolo'
gist and HoranamouusticuiairvoyaAt, w hile In aotair
vovnnt state, delineates the 7ery leutttres of the per
son you are to marry, and hy the aid of an instrU'
ment of intense power, known ss the Psyoliomotrope,
gimmniecs to iirofino a tue-iiKe piernreni tnenitni
hutbaurt orwireoitne applicant, with data of mar
riage, occupation, lending traits of character, 4o.
Tins is no imposition, as testimonials without num
ber can assert, Hv stnting ujaoe ol birtlt, ago, dinpo
anion, color oi eyes ami Hair, anrt enclosing litt
cents, and stamped envelope addressed to yoursel!
you will receive the picture by return mail, together
with desired information.
W Address in confidence, Madams Geutbude
Reminoton, P. O. Box 2U7, West Troy, N. Y.
BfiyA Yono Ladt
returning- to her
country home, after a sojourn of a few months In the
city, was narouy rccogwu oy ner menus, in place
of a course, rustic, tltmhed luce, she had a soft ruby
her friends. In place
complexion of almost marble smoothness, and in
stead ol tweiitv-three she voally appeared but eiufc
tt-en. Unon inquiry in the cause ol so greatachnnge,
she plainly told them that she hftd used thc CinoAS-
siiN Hai.m, unii considered it an invaluable acquisi
tion to anv l.mly's toilet. By its use any Lutiy or
uentieinun can improve tneir personal a)porance an
hundred told. Itissimplo in its vombinutiou, as
INature horselt i simple, vet unsurpassed in its env
cacy in drawing impurities from, also healing, cleans
ingnnd henutitying the skm Bnd complexion. Ky its
direct action on the outicle it draws from it all its
impurities, kindly healing the-game, and lonving the
surface as Nature intended it should be, clear, aoft.
SMiootlio mid beautilul. Price SI, sent by mail or
express, on receipt oi an ortier oy
L, CUARK CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette Street, Svracuse, N.
Tha only American Agents for tne sale of the same
The advertiser, having been restored to health in a
few weens by a very ainnue remedy, alter naving sur-
terert tor several yeara witn a aevere lung anection.and
that dread diseaxa Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the meana of ours.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
rescription used (free of charge,) with the di rec
oils for preparing and using the same, which they
win nna a surootire tor consumption, Astnma, Bron
chitis, Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Lung Af
fections. Theonlv obiect ol tha advertiser in send
ing the Prescription is to benefit the nftlioted, and
reau iniormution wnicn ne conceives to do mvaiu-
1 9, and he hopes every sufferer will trv his rem
edy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove I
blessing. Parties wishing the prescription, rasa, by
return mail, will piease autiross .
BEV. KUWAKD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
May, 1807 -ly . . :
FREE TO EVERYBODY.
A Ijfirae S pp. Circular, giving information of tha
greatest importance to tneyouug ot uotn nexes.
it teacnea now uitf nomeiy may oeoome Deautit
the desniscd respected, and the forsaken loved.
no young laay or gentlemen anouia iun to sena tneir
Address, and receive a cony post-paid, by return mail,
Auaress t. u. drawer, ai,
April 18, 1807-8mJ
; Troy K. T.
N0T1CE.-Julia A. Mlibridge, and John Lilll
bridgo. her husband. Richard Fiillw. 7j.nn
ia Shields, and John Shields, her husband, who
have arrived at full age, Marion Fuller, Nanoy J,
Moore. Harriet A. Moora. who rn minnr. nA
dents of Vinton countv. in tho statA Ohin. J.n..
Moore, minor.who renidea in the 9tate of Iowa, Nancy
Ellis, and Levi Ellis, her husband, who arnnffnii
age, flima juinenspn, Melissa Culbertson, John P.
Culbertson, David H. Culbertson, and Charles Cul-
pertson.whoare minora and reside in tbe SUteof
jimiana, win uKe nonce tnat William Mark, Admin
utratorol the Estate of Oliver Fuller. h,..i h,j
J ?"h of JulT. I7, file his petition in
Probate Court, within and for the oennly of Vin-
..,uuoub w unio, aiiegmg mat tha personal es
tate of said decedent ia lnsiiRV.Mnt hL t,- jv...
and the charges of administering his estate; that hp
AH aiallaukH in laa BfrAnU at i I r. it . . .
i . .7 (", " loiiowing oesonbed
real estate situate in said eom.tv.tn.wt. i
ll??"hrun,dv d hkt 0,,tn ' th oathmaat oor
ner of Jn-Lot Number one hundred and fire in tho
lown m raoAnnur, tn the aforesaid county: thence
west three chains and th.rt.. 77.
.r,7 ightohaintu thence east three chains
thirty-flveDnkato stone; thence northeight
chains to tbe place of bsginning, oontajninn two
acre, and suty e.gh h.mt&.ths V( an TrS Zro
less; and that Happy Fuller, as widow of aaid d"
dept. is entitled to dower In said premiaea. The
prayer of said petition it for the assignment ol dow
to said Happy Fuller, and for an order of sale of
said premises, subject to suoh dower estate, for the
payment of the debts and- charges afaraaaii Baid
pelition will b tor hearma on tbe Win dav ofAau
v. im, or as soon thereafter as oan be obtained.
July 24 i8Mwt' f 01lW ?uU9r' 1
IMII ! II I1 I M ' lim llll P
HAVING PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN McARTHUB, and being a'i
experience. I leal aufa in aavinu n.-, 1 .,- ... . ".u
rt ' . ' ". J "'a . wi biki.iij iiio uuiiiiu, Ull fclitl otivrii. uuuuu Willi
bupenor quality of Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, and everything
, , . . . in my
1 Keen the bast nr wtnnlr am Inm .
anuaee me, a my slock can nnt be surpassed for durability, neatnea. and reasonable pneoa. 26
"""f-""""S avxiBooneoitt Bland,
SHOE SHOP !
t . 1 : it
R. G, FORGRAVE..
Mnnu(hcnrT ot and Deslcrin
practical workman of many years'
e aliuriest notice, with a
i. .1. . , . n ...... t ... 1 . 1.. .
nortn side Main ntreot.
HOME MANUFACTURERS I
P U B I T I RE! !
jamks h. wncKorr. JonErnr. xalib.
"WTCKOFF : & KALEE,
A EE at ill in town manufacturing and dealing in
all kinds of
On MAIN STREET, opposite Dr. Wolf's Offieo,
McARTUUK, OHIO." ;
The Furniture is made out ot the best muwoned
material, and by the most experienced workmen.
BUREAUS Every Stylo. !
BEDSTEADS All Kinds. .
TABLES Every Pattern.
CHAIRS Fancy and Common
SASH, COOUS, BLINDS, &C., ,
always on hand or furnished on short notice.
Of all kinds, in Furniture, Chairs, 4c, attended to
on snort notice. . i
K superior quality ot Mattressos of all sizes al
ways kept on hand. .
We are always in readiness to ATTRND
FUNKHALSIn Town ana ouiitrJ7at ttli
A Fair Price for a Fair Article
is Our Mottol
Purchasers are requested to call and examine our
. Jarge tSock of Furniture
before purchasfng elsewhere, ns we teel confident
that we can furnish better and cheaper articles than
any owier esvuDiisnment in tins vicinity.
WYCKOFF & KALER,
f- .LOTTERY, 1' j '
. C''""olaasaT O. ' -7"" '
' . TO BBS DBAWK AT COVINQTOW, Kr,
July 31, 1867,
32,000 Numbers and 789 Piizes.
, 7 000
788 prizes, amounting to
Whole Tickets $12; Halvck $6;
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY. Tbe numbers
from 1 to 82,000, corresponding with those numbers
the tickets, printed on seperate slips of paper, are
encirciea witn small tin tuDes, ana piaoea in one
wheel. The prizes, of which there 788. varvinir as
above, from SfiO.OOO to 850,00, are similarly Drintod
seperate slips, encircled, and-placed in another
wheel. The wheels ore then revolved, and a num
ber is drawn from the wheel of numbers, and at the
same time a prize is drawn from the other wheel.
The number nnd prize drawn out are opened and
exniuiteu to tne audience, ana registered oy tne com
missioners, the piize being placed against the num
ber drawn. This operation is repeated until all the
prizes are qrawn out. . ,
JSyWe would oall partloular attention to
the above Macnifioent Sinele-Namber Lot
terj, irhioh will be drawn in publio, In Co
vington, K.T., by Sworn Commissioners, at
o'olock P. at tb, corner of Fourth and
Soett Streots. Tbe publio are invited to
witness the dravlor. The ' Kentucky State
jboMeria, are ne oirt interprixev; but resnon
sible Money Lotteries,tbat have been conduct
inooes8fully for the past thirty years, and
drawn the authority of a charter from the
Stale, and bonds to- a large amount are
given for tne payment or all prizes. The
drawings are published in the New York
Herald and Cinomnati Commercial.
Ciroulars of Lotteries drawing daily sent
by application te the Managers.
Address all orders ior nonets to
MURRAY, EDDY & CO.,
July 11, l867-3m . ; . v Covington, fy,
$12 Gold and Silver "Watches $12
Gold Hunt'g Case Lever W'tches 1100 to $175 each
Gold Hnnt'K Case Lepene Watches . 75 to lfio
30OQold Plated Silver Uasea 60 to loo '
Solid silver Case Lever Watches fttto 75
Solid silver Case Lepene Watches 25 to 75 ".
S00G'ldCompositeHunt'gCasewatches20to 60. "
All the above splendid watehes will be sold for
eacbt We have adopted the following plan:
Certificates describing each watch and its value, are
prepared and placed in sealed envelopes, and trie
holder.will be entitled to the Watuh it calls for, up
on payment of the 12. Thisis not a lottery, hut a
fide sale. Procure a certificate, and as therel
no blanks,' everyone must get awatch at half the
price at least, and many will getTa sir ondid
Watch for the trifling sum of Hi. Certificates
by mall to any address for 50 centu each.1 Five
be sent for fi; fifteen for $5; th irty-five for 0. .
Agents wanted; send for circular. Address!
- GILLESPIE, MAXSON & CO:, "
. . . .Bcekmaa 6L, New York.
. r, . '
WANTED, AGENTS 1 I
$250 rHW. MOiMTU ths YiAa Round,
900 Pr Cknt. Proh oh Commissiom.
guaranty tha above salary or commission to ac
tive industrious agents at their own homes, tq lutro
jnee an article of indispensabia nliljty in every
lluU'.nuiu. runuii tmiiiL-iiinin unu ua or, aquresa .
n iu a . r.
, jVr. IT. JAUSSOS at jQ
" 1J " 11 BonthSt.. naltlmnra
'!...,.... :---.- -th
-a rinsi rnemiun
t a. Or at Silver Medal
. - WIS JtWASniD to
BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE Q
CJf By the N. H. Btata AirrtcnltnnJ Soolrty, at"
T( U km, halilea In Nuhua, Sept. St), laA
: Vegetable Hair Restorative
Bntoret Orav I7lr to let Ntanl Color npo.
motet tha growth of the Hair I chmeef tlit
j roou to utir orig inl orenio action 1 nutl- . '
Jk'.f Dandruff and Huroorei prerenfe
Xw ntllinf out i ii a superior Dreulng. ta-f
L www Bthilr orljtintl oriranio actio d i enidl-
and is the moet popnler and rtU-
sole ertlrle throughout the 4tV7
T w Weet, North, and
h R. BARRETT . CO., Proprietor,'
For sale by Dr, J
The World Astonished
AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame II. A, PERIilGO.
CUE reveals secrets ho mortal ever knew. Bhe
kj restores lo happiness those who, from doleful
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lovers, restores lost or stolen property, tells you the
business yon are best qualified to pursue snd in
wiuityau win oe tnttft succossiui, causes speeoy mar
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gives yon the name, likeness antf characteristics of
tne person, oho reads yonr very thoughts, and b'
her almost supernatural powers unveils the darl
and hidden mystenes.of the future. From the stars
we see in the firmament the malefic stars that oveT
come or predominate in the configurtion from the
aspects and positions of the planets and the fixed
stars in the heavens at the time of birth, she deduces
the luture destiny of man. Ifail npt ta consult the
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consult the Madame by mail with equal safety and
sausiuction to tuemseives, sb u id person. A lull and
explicit chart, written out. with all mmuriea answer
ed and likeness enclosed, sent by mall on receipt of
ner) aoove mentioned. The strictest sncreev wm be
maintained, and all correspondence returned or de
stroyed. References of the highest'order. furnished
those desiring them. Write plainly the day of the
month and year In which you were bom, enclosing a
niiitiM iifvK ui niur .... . . .
Address, ," Madam H. A. PERRIOO, '
18J p. o. Drawer 203 Buffalo, N.
; . AT THE
World's Fair, London,
WHERE all fiewlng Machines ol any note,
both European and American, were in
tSTThe ytarhj tales of Wheeler
Ir'ion are equal to the tales of all
other Sewing Machine Combined. ...
"We Use the Wheeler ft Wilson, and pro
nounce it without a rival. Scibmific Amuuua .
There is no machine so simple snd easily
managed, or that can perform such a variety
ol work without basting or preparation.
EVERY MACHINE 18 WARRANTED
. FOR TURKS YEARS.
tSTAll orders will receive prompt
attention, if left with
H. P. AMBROSE.
. ; McArthur, Ohio.
J; F. WoopsiDE, Agent,
r .... Chihipothe, Ohio,
May 23, 18ti7-3m,
,w X s n i jy.ct
Strong, Simple and Practical.
TT is a SQUEK3TNQ Machine 5 warranted no
10 injure clothing; geared te gi?e six
strokes of the plungers for one turn of the
handle, and 150 turns of whioh will wash
thoroughly the bulk of six to twelve Blurts,
according to the i of Machine used
A GIRL OR BOY CAN OPERATE IT, and
Six Yeart' experience proves the NoaFAWt
be the only Washing Machine mfle whioh
ttandt thttett of Jim and Ute. It ja unap.
proachable for . 3 -. . - '
SPEED POWER AND ' EFFECTIVENESS.
A OENTS WASTED. fend for free Do.
icrlptWe Circulars to . '
OAKLEY & KBATINa,
184 W.r street, New. York City.
June", 1807 -rr, '-e i : .
a MEM "
wool .mm i
-. IN , THE-
.TIcArlliur Steam in ills,
HAVING been roti tied with New Cards, are now
reaily for worki and the proprietors guarantee
hat the work done by thorn will not bo
SURPASSED DV: ANY' MACHINE
in tbe country 1
May 23,.1807-3m '
JOiii c !U .:tn, ji'.j
00 W. FOURTH 8T, CINCINNATI, OHIO,
pEALEB I If
ABD A J. I KINDS OF
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Tbe Trade supplied on the most liberal terms.
: General Western Agent for
MASO & HAMLIN'S
" SHONINQER " GEM ORGAN AND
AMD THE 9ELCBBATEB
AiSO A LA, EG 5 STOCK OF '
From the Factories of the most of the OussfcATin
Mabius, which I will sell low fur cash.
- -i-i-ir n-im un iit-.-j- r 'i n.-i.r -j-l j'iji i"i ri.n.ri.ri. mx-
'arOld Pianos taken in exchange or new.
8sTl lunon and Organs for uaie and to rent, by the
Month, Quarter or Year,
amount paid for rent being applied io pur
chase, if desired.
1" Agents for Cabinet Organs and Pianos
wanted in every town in Ohio, Indiana and
June2T,l867-t Cincinnati, 0.
c Edition, Revised & Enlarged.
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A good, reliable Agent wanted in every.
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travel in establishing AgenoieB.
J. R. HAWLEY & CO.,
164 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
- Any person wishing a copy
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J. "W. BowEjjy
Agent for Vinton County.
EXCELSIOR I EXCELSIOR I
Blair Exterminator ! J
For ElemoTlngr Superfluous nalrt
TO the ladies especially, this invaluable
depilatory recommends itself as being,
an almost indispensible article to female
beauty, is easily applied, does not burn or
injure the skin, but acts directly on the roots.
is warrated to remove superfluous hair
from low foreheads, or from any part of tha
body, completely, totally and radioaUy ex-
tirpiating the same, leaving the skin soft,
smoothe and natural. This is the only arti
cle need by the French, and ia the only real
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cents per package, sept post-paid to any ad
dress, on receipt or an oraer oy
ISJSKlitSK, SHU t "liS St WX,
J8" Riv.er St., Trcy, N. Y.
$100 from $3Q.
CREAT CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY
BY actinias mvr A (rents for the nlc of S l-'IjlC V
1)1 0 HTKI ENGUAVINOS.
Bloroscowss snd Stroopio Vii ot all the points I
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extraordinary indncemontt and a, chance for. thosa
who wish to establish thamseives in' a good psyinti
business. Forcatslogucs ami hill particnlarssod to '
' . HASKINS & COj,
Jnneia, 185T-6m 36Beekman st.,NBW York.
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