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iV in ei, limited to their cure in Viulua
tud Bdj'.iiulpg ccuntic,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office -In Doddridge's New Building,
' , t.K. cor. .Muin aud Market bts.,
Opposite the Court House,
Mc Arthur, O.,
WHERE he may always be consulted.
Mr. Mayo is in partnership with
roUTlill DL HAD WAY,
ot Jackson countv, who will remain, dur
ing vacation, at the olllce in Jackson, 0.
Back Pay, Bounty and Feis
tions WILL bo cxilloolcd promptly b7
EUWAKU A. liP.ATiON.
A'.l 1dl.r, who S. o by la, entitlud to
Jluck fiiy, ll'rtmty und 'en-iou, und wid-
. TS, fnll.tm, InotliuS, blullier, Hud i-ICM l'l
ovifiind m.iUIer' claims wid bj ruii tly nt
'i iiili J lit. j''3.f
J. J. M ClOUCll,
k TTOItNEY AT LAW a CLAIM AGENT,
J will ptocticein Vinton at d ailjoir.ing enuii.
tin. Alo, l.!e I ty Collector of InUruul Ruv
enno. Cflh-e in tin Vlntcn t. JUuk. i..Cl
Homer C. Junes,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, MuAUTlIU.f , OHIO,
w ill atton-1 jjruu.j.-ijr t all buidncsi jiilrmt
tud to bit cure.
Offloe over T. B. Davis Stur o, Main rcot,
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J. A. Scott, Proprietor,
Formerly of UeLure Uousc, Wlioelinif, Vu.
MJSy 11. J t ti.Aiui, Clerk.
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james w. delay. cv4a.
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II. F.AVBTIX. D.V.It.tNNELS, 1". StMONO,
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Batik of Discount and Deposit.
"Will buy and sell Government Sectul
ties, Bonds, &c.
Collections made at the usual rate.
C. IK PROUTYA CO.,
fr.mmta.ian gin fluid's,
2 Mcrwin Street,
REn.iitt.NCEs : Everett, Weddell and Co.,
Bankers; rorter, Piatt and DclVoIf. Flour
JOIIS S.1NWS !
Now opening the most attrac
tive slock of
Ever offered in tfiis market, at
prints, ' "
. DRESS GOODS
of all kinds ; consisting of
dutful French Laxont, .
' ' Grenadines,
C J . Poplin) and Lustres,
iew Styles Parasol.
' A SPLENDID STOCK OF
FOK GENTS' WEAR, 7
to which especial attention is directed,
. - ... Sun!
under . the
" TUB UNION POCKET
F r i c e P if t y O en t s .
THE mo novel and uaalul Invention of the
ago. Warranted to mark solar time with
greater accuracy than the most sxpsnalvs gold
or silver repeatar, while Its extreme oheapnetis
nlaoes, t in tbe reach qf all Sent to any ad
areas post-paid by main, lor Fifty Center Or
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M'AKTHUK, VINTON COUNTY. OHIO. JULY 25, l8o!
For Ttemoving Superfluous Hair.
To tho Indie, tupeiially. tlil iavalunblo d
piUtory leiomiuundii ituclf is being u slmo.t
indi'tnMble urtii'.lo to tvinalo beauty, 'a euily
Pl'li' d,d-eii rot bum or Inju'e l lit, akin, but
act directly on the rvota. It la warranted to
remove itiifliiO'j hair from low forebcada, or
fri.m aiiy jmrlcf tbeliody, nilotely, totally
and rudk'ally ettii patiiijt the tanin, Irang tbe
akin c fi, smooth and natural. ThU ia tho on
ly article uped by tho French, and is tbe only
rial HliClua! depilatory in exIMcncc. Prlca
75 (.cuts por pai'ka)to,aeit puatpuid, to any -dicm.
on ipci ipt of an Trier. Iiy
BF.KOEK, 8IICTTS A CO., Cbcmlm.
mai21y 2b5 Uiver at., Troy, N. Y.
Anburn, Golden, Flaxen
and Silken Curls.
PROlitj- KDhy the ue of lVul. DBnREUX'
FniSKU Ik cntVEUX. One applica
tion wurianli'd to curl the moitt slraiirht and
H(ubbru hkirof either hex into wavy rmxleta,
ir heavy musrive curia, llua been u?td by tho
lakuionHKi'.n i i t i tu r. it i London, witu the
tnupt (fratifyln remits. Duos no injury tn the
huir. I'rieo bj limil, senied and postpaid , 41
UofCi I iiliva (!rcn'.nri muilud free. AdUruas
HiatfiKli.SHUTl'S A CO., ChemUts, ho. 2S3
Kivor St ,Troy, X. Y., Sulo Agonta fur the
United States. mur'.'Iy
Thoro oomcth glad tidings of Joy to all,
To 0iHtf nud to i.KI, to iireat and to amall;
'i'h beauty whi h onco was so precious and
Is fice fur all, and all may be fair.
By tho use ot
For Improving and Boau.ifyiug tho
Tho inwt vahi'.hla and perfeot preparation la
u m', for kiviiik the akin a beiiut'ful pearl like
tint, tliut ia only found in youth.
roiiK'-.en 'Ian, freoklut, rtinplea, Blutcno;
.Moth Talche, NallownoHa. Ktuntion!", and all
Impuritlua of 'ho skin, kindly healing the
aaiuo leaving the hldn whltn and clear aa aln
bmler. It i- the only itrlicle of the kind UKrd
hy th French, and ia considered hy tho Paris
in n at indi.piiti uhlo to a perfect toiler. t'p
wnrtls uf 80,01 0 hottloa waro sold durintr tlio
I'Sat your, a nidlilnnt (rnarnntco of its rlS?ey.
t'noo i,tily Hi ountH. Sent hy mail, post paid ,
on tree pi of an nrder, by
Jil-.K(il.i;, Mit 1IN i L(., Uliemlata,
i:.nr21y 2?5 Kivor St., Troy. N. Y.
IF YOU WANT GOOD
Or Any Other Kind of Ticturcs,
C. J. B1LL1MUURST.
ITo is hatter prepnrcd than ever for Enlarging
I'icturea to any cito.
Tiiku your old, failed, scratched , and defuCHil
pictures to him, and you can have the finoat of
pictures inndo from thcin.
If you want any kind of pictures framed,
large or minll, be is ulwajs prepared U do that
kiuu of work.
it joti wnntaFIT?E GOLD RING, or other
JEWELRY, call nnd aoe him.
If you don': want anything, call and too his
lie w;il always bo found at his rocma during
btin'ncM blurs, 'n T. B. Davis' building, np
atnirs. .. mar2l
rpiIE Carding Machines in the
liavlngr been refitted with new Cards, are
now prepared for work, and the proprie
tor guarantee that the work done by them
WILL NOT BE SURPASSED
by any machines in the county. niy23tr3
Throw away your fulno frizzes, your switchos,
Dcd'ructive of comfcit, nnd not worth s fig
Coin) ugvd.como vou'.hful.cotneugly aud fiir,
ALU njuKo in jour wa luxuriant nair.
I?OR reatoring hair upon bald heads (from
. hatbvet cuufe it inav liave fullon out laud
forcing a growth of hair upon tho faie, it baa
no equal. It will force the beard to trrow upon
tbe smoothest face in ft om five to eipht weeks,
or iiai r upon nam imaua in trom two to tnree
months. A few ignorant prno'itionera have
saserted that tnera is nothing that will force or
hasten tho growth or the bair or beard, llieir
assertions are false, ssthouaunda of living wit
ness (from their own experienoe) can bear wit
nnrs. Dut many will say, how are we to dis
tinguish tha genuine from the spnrioust It
certainly is ditliculi, as nine -tenths of the diff
erent preparations adverilaed for the bair atd
beard are entirely wortbless,and you may have
already thrown away large amounts in their
purchase. To such we would say, try the Re-
raraior Capilli; it will cost you nothing unless
it fully eomes up to our representations. If
your Driiigist does not keep It, send ns one
dollar and we will forward it, postpaid, to
gether with a receipt foi tho money, which will
he returned yon on application, providing en
lire Bhliaioetion i not given. Address,
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
Xo. 3 West Fay ette tit., Syracuse.N. Y.
$100 from $30. V
QBEAT CHANCE TO
' ' By acting as oar Agents for the salo of
Splendid Steel Engravings,
repacop or Stereoscopic View, , (
'ti all the points of, intererf in tbe world.
Prize Stationery Packetsr .
Silver Hunting Case Watches.
Also, Fine Collection of Imperial Card tictares
Colored Prints, &o.
19130 will purchase a miscellaneous stock
of bov frooda ht will sell for loo.- We of
fer . most extraordinary induoemenu and a
ohanos for, those who Utah to esUbllth them
ssives In good pay'ng koaleess. Send for eat
slognea aid iqll parlioulars. - l -, -.
1- -o-.t. fc HA8KINS ACO.,..b
jwnsr,m4'-i; II Beetman 6t-i Vnr Veek.vi
BY JOSEPH BRENAN.
This poem of rare beauty in sentiment
and expression is by one of the gifted po
ets of tho "Emerald Me, now passed
another life. It was written while the au
thor was an exile in this country : .
Come to me, dearest I'm lonely without
Day time nnd night time I'm thinking
Night time and day time in dreams I be
Unwelcome the waking which ceases to fold
Come to me, darling, mv sorrows to linhten
Coma ia thy beauty to bless and to brighten?
tome in thy womauliool, meekly and low.
Come iu tliy lovingness, queenly and hoiy
Swallows will flit round the desolato ruiu,
Telling of spring and its joys renewing : .
And thoughts of thy lovo ani its manifold
Arc circling my heart with a promise
O, Sprint; of my spirit. 0. May of ray bo
olune out on my soul till it bourgeon aud
Tho waste of my life has a rose root within
And thy fondness alone to tho sunshiuo can
Figure, that moves like a song through the
Features lit up by a reflcj of heaven-
Eyes like the skies of poor Erin, our mothor
it ueru sunsiiine uuu snauow are cnasini
Smiles coming seldom, but childliko and
And opening their eyes from the heart of a
0, thanks to the Savior, that even by seem
Is left to the cxilo to brighten his droarr.ing,
You have been glad when you knew I was
Dear, are you sad now. to hear I am sad
Our hearts ever answer in tune aud in time,
As octavo to octave and rhymo unto rhymo
I cannot weep but your toars will be flow-
You cannot smilo but my cheeks will le
I would not die without vou atmv side. love
You will not linger, wheu I will have died,
Couio to me, dear, ore I die in mv borrow.
Rise on my cloom like the sun ot to-morrow,
ctrong, swilt and fond us the words which I
With a song at your lip and a smile on your
tome, tor my heart in your absence is
Haste, for my spirit is sickeued and dreary;
tome to tho arms which alone should ca
Come to the heart which is throbbing to
BY JOSEPH BRENAN. Miscellaneous.
General Thomas Francis Meagher,
Whose untimely death by drowning in
Montaua, was boru in 'NVnterford, Ireland,
on August 3, 1823, and had nearly complet
ed his forty-fourth year. In early life, ho
took a prominent part in Irish politics as
one of the leaders of tho ''Young Ireland
Party," and being arrested by the British
Government, was tried and convicted on
the charge of treason and sentenced to death,
This sentence, howovor, was commuted to
banishment for life to Van Dienmn's Lanr1,
Thence he escaped, and obtaining a pass
age by a sailing vessel, he arrived at New
York in May, 1862. On his arrival here, he
was received with much eothusiusm. Pub
lic receptions were tendered him almost
without number, and for many years the
anniversary of his arrival was celebrated by
a club which bore his name. For some
time after, he lectured in various parts of
the country, nnd in 1854 he visited Califor
nia. Subsequently, he read and prncticod
law in New York, edited tho Irish News, a
weekly paper, in" 1806; visited Contral
America tho following 'year, and passed
some time afterward in Nicaragua and Cos
ta Rica. The rebellion breaking out, be
raised a company for the -Sixty-ninth regi
ment, in 1861, and accompanied it to the
field. . Early in the war, however, lie was
assigned to the command of the Irish Brig
ade, and shared its fortunes in nearly all the
campaigns of the army of the Potomac.
He was wounded at the battle of Freder
icksburg, but speedily recovered and resum
ed his command, lie was recently appoint
ed Secretary of Montana, and, as Acting
Governor, declared himself to be in favor of
a vigorous and energetie prosecution of a
vigorous and energetie prosecution of a war
against the Indians. - ; a
A lady in East Brooklyn recent
ly discovered a very neat bird's
nest in her garden, composed prin
cipally of Valenciennes lace, worth
about one dollar per yard. A piece
of sdveh yards formed the lining of
the nest; The lady had missed the
lace and apposed j tle. domeftjes
had ifotetVii-;'zlrl r -i;:!eH V1
The Fox, tho Goat and the Carrots.
aua a goat were waiKing
together along the main road. At -
ter having advanced a few yards,
they 6aw a bag lying at the side of
"1 wonder what there may be in
that bag," said the goat.
Til see," 6aid the fox; and put
ting his mouth to the string with
which tho bag was tied, he bit it
through ia a moment. Then seiz
ing the bottom of the bag with his
teeth, he shook it, and the most
splendid carrots rolled out.
. "Those are for me," said the fox,
"lor I opened the bag."
, "You shan't touch them," answer
ed the goat, "else I'll batter you
iitlwaiiy-.. barns aintil youi ribs
The fox looked at the large Iioms
of the goat and showed his teeth.
The goat seeing the fox's teeth,
thought within himself: "I don't
hko those 6harp fellows." And the
fox thought, "I don't believe my
ribs would stand those horns."
So they kept standing over the
carrots, and looked at ea:h other,
but neither had the courage to
touch the ppoil.
After a pause the fox said:
"What's the uso of our standing
here? Let us see which of us is the
stronger. Yonder are two heaps
ol stones. Take you one and I'll
take tho other; he who first throws
down his heap will havo the car
rots.' "Very well,' said tho goat; so
they went each to his heap.
The goat placed himself on his
hind legs, and knocked with his
horns till the ground rebounded,
but the hnap kept immovable.
"You don't hit hard enough,"
said the fox. "Tako a run at it.'
The goat went a few stops back,
and ran at the heap ns violently as
he could. Crack! crack! and both
his horns fell to the ground.
When the fox saw this, he com
menced dancing on bis hind legs.
"Ah, my dear fellow ' cried be,
'the carrots ave now for me.'
Xbt yet,' said the goat; 'you
have'nt thrown down your heap,
and if you touch the .carrots be
fore then, I'll fight you with these
stumps' that are left on my head."
1 he iox looked at tho stumps,
and now thought: 'One of them is
very sharp; ho might rip up my
Very well,' he 6aid, 'I'll throw
down my heap ;. it's a triflo to me.'
lho iox began digging rouuu
with his foreeet till there was a
large hole in the ground. The heap
tottered and fell; but, helloal it
iell on tho fox, and broke his hind
There they stood looking at each
other with a 6ad countenance the
one with broken boms and the
other with a broken leg.
Jump at tho carrots, said tho
goat, maliciously. 'I now leavo
them to you. .
'I can t, sighed the fox; 'my le
pains me too much, lou may
'Very well,' said tho goat and
ran toward the bag. . But, oh dearl
there was neither bag nor carrotsj
for during their quarrel, a peasant
had passed bv and picked up both.
'Alas!' cried the goat. 'What
fools wo are! Had we divided the
treasure in peace, I should have
saved my horns, you your leg, and
each of us would havo had enough
Crowned Heads of Europe.
Maximilian was a cousin to
Queen Victoria, . tbe Queen of
Spain, and the Kings of Italy : and
Sweden, a brother-in-law . ot the
King of Belgium, and a brother of
the Emperor of Austria, lie was,
in facts connected by the ties of
blood and kindred with all or near-
v all the crowned heads of Europe.
What a wholesome lesson the
crowned heads of Europo have re
ceived from the Government of
Mexico. They have, at a terrible
cost of both men and moiiey,lenrn
ed that interlerence with the rights
of the people on the American
Continent is expensive and cannot
be undertaken without he expec
tation of loss of. wealth, crdit and
ife. . The execution of Maximilian
and the failure of the schemes of
Napoleon to plant a monarchy on
the soil of America, will prove not
only beneficial to the United States
but also to the whole American
people. ; Had the French andEng-
ish Governments withheld their
aid from the rebels of the South,
the United States would, not bave
had ooe-third, the trouble it had in
putting 'down .the- rebellion. xBut
nboOftyernmutg -werf, jealous of
. tho great growth and prosperity of
. the United States, and let no op
1 portunitv escape to cripple, and if
possible to destroy the American
Union. They put their feet upon
the ploughshare, and it is no more
than just that they should sutler
part of the calamities they helped
to entail upon the American na
tion. They have helped to place
this whole land in mourning by the
murder of its people, and as mis
fortune love3 company, it is not
likely that that the crowned heads
of Europe will receive a great deal
of sympathy from the sovereigns
of America. Charity begins at
home, and if the American people
havo tears to bhed, wo opino that
it will not be on account of tho
misfortunes and discomfiture of the
despots of Europe. There are Cur-
lottas without numberin thiscoun
try, whose husbands were sacrificed
to the cruel lusts of a war which
would nevei have taken place had
it not been for the aid and encour
agement extended by the relatives
of Maximilian to the leaders who
rebelled against a nation of sover
eigns. The lesson tho despots of
Europe have received, will no doubt
be a salutory one. Calamities, as
a general thing, soften the heart,
and in their case may have a bene
ficial effect in regard to tho treat
ment of those who are subject to
their rule and power. If .Maximil
ian's death i3 productive of this re
sult, Europe as well as Mexico will
be benefitted by it.
"You've Gone Over It."
One Sunday moining, an old gen
tleman was going to church. lie
was a happy, cheerful Christian,
who had a very great respect for
the Sabbath. He was, however,
somewhat singular in the manner
of giving reproof. A3 he was go
ing along, ho met a man driving a
heavily loaded cart through the
When tho old gentleman came
opposite the cart, ho suddenly stop
ped and lilting up both his bauds,
as if in alarm, he exclaimed, as he
gazed under the cart:
"There! there I you are going ov
er it; you have gone right over it!"
Tho driver was frightened, and
instantly cried out, 'whoa, whoa,'
and brought his horse to a stand.
He then looked under tho wheels
expecting to see tho mangled re
mains of some innocent child, or
at least somo poor dog or pig that
had been crushed to death.
After gazing all about, and see
ing nothing under tho wheels, he
looked at tho gentleman who had
so strangely arrested his attention,
and anxiously asked, "What have I
got over, sir?"' .
"Over the fourth commandment,
my friend," was tho reply, "Ke
member the Sabbath day to keep
Half of the Widow's Mite.
A GEXTLEMAif called upon a rich
friend for some charity.
"Yes, I must givo you my mite,"
said the rich man.
"Do you mean the widow's mite?"
asked tho solicitor.
"uertainly," wa the answer.
"I shall be satisfied with half as
much as she gave," said bis friend.
"How much are you worth?"
"Seventy thousand dollars."
"Give me, then, your check for
thirty-five thousand; that will be
half as much as tho widow gave ;
tor she, you know, gave her all."
The rich man was cornered. Cov
etous people often try to shelter
themselves behind tho widow's
mite, and under cover of her con
tribution, give meanly to tho Re
deemer's cause, Her example,
rightly interpreted, would pluck
selfishness out of the soul, aud fill
to overflowing tho channels of true
' To Prevent Cattle from Jumping:
Fences. The following ' singular
statement was made at a late meet
ing of the American Institute Far
mer's Club at New York:
"To prevent steers from jumping
fences, clip oil the eyelashes of the
under lids with a', pair of scissors,
and the ability , or disposition to
jump is as effectually destroyed as
Sampson s power was by the loss
of his locks. The animal will not
attempt to jump a lence until the
eyelashes are grown again. Of this
we are informed by Samuel Thorne,
the great breeder of Duchess coun
ty, who assured us. that he' had tes--
teu is upon a pair oi very, weacny
oxen. . As uwas oi great, value to
Mm, he hopes it will : be, ..tried .by
other. t " ' '
One square, ten lines, f,
Each additional insertion, ,
. arus, per year, ten lines.
notices of Li
iecutora. Admiuidtra- ,
tor and Guardians,-. ....... Q CO ,
Attachment notieff before J. P, . . S OO 1
Local notkres, per line, 10-
Yea'rly adyertrsments will be charged
fpiO per column, and at pornortionate
rates for less, than a colotffn. Payable) in
advance ; -' .
A Word to Sweaters
A gentleman once heard ft la
boring man swear dreadfully in the
presence of a number of his com
panions. He told them it was a
cowardly thing to swear so in com
pany when he dared not to do it by
himself. The man said be was not
afraid to swear at any time or place.
"I'll give you ten dollars," said
the gentleman, "if you will go into "
the village churchyard at 12 o'- ,
clock to-night and swear the same
oaths which you have ntjered here,
when you are alone with your God."
"Agreed," said the man," "'tis an
eaty way of earning ten dollars.", ;(
"Well, you come to me to-mor
row and 6ay you have done it and
tho money is yours" i
Ihe time passed on midnight's
came. 1 he man went to the grave
yard. It was a night of pitchy
darkness. As he entered the grave
yard, not a sound was heard; all
wa9 6till as death.
Then the gentleman's words,
"alone with God," came over him
with wonderful potfer. The thought
of the wickedness he had commit
ted, and what he had Come there
to do, darted through his mind like
a flash of lightning. He trembled
at his folly. Afraid to take anoth
er step, he fell on his knees and la
stead of the dreadful oaths he came .
to utter, the earnest Cry went riOj
"God be merciful to me a Binner.
Items for Housekeepers.
Do everything at the proper time.
Keep everything in its place.
Always mend clothes before
Alum or vinegar is good to set -colors,
red, green, or yellow.
Sal-soda will bleach: one spoon
ful is enough for a kettle of clothes.
Save your Buds for the garden
and plants, or to harden yards
A hot shovel held over varnished
furniture will tade out white spots.
A bit of glue dissolved in skim
milk and water will restore old
Kibbons of any kind should be : ,
washed in cold suds, and not rinsed.
If flat-irons are rough rub them '
well with fine salt and it will make
them smooth, , "
Ii you are buying a carpet for ,
durability you most choose small
A bit of 6oap rubbed on the
hinges of the doors will prevent'
them from creaking. . 1
Scotch snuff put ill holes where
crickets run will destroy them.
Wood ashes, and common e alt
wet with water will stop the cracks
of tbe stove and smoke lrom es
caping. Green should be the prevailing
color for bed hangings and window,
The Empty Cradle. There is a
whole volume of poetry in the fol
lowing little sketch, which we find
in the last number of Miss BarberV
We met John on the stairs. lie
was carrying an old cradle to bo.
stowed away among what he term-,
ed "plunder" in the lumber-room
One rocker was gone, and the wick
er work of the sides broken; it was.
and old willowy affair but we could
not refrain lrom casting a sad look,
into its empty depths. - '
"Gonel" we said dreamly, "all
gone!" What golden heads were
once pillowed here! heads on which
the curls grew moist in slumber,
and the checks and lips flashed to
the hue of rose leave. . Whea
sleep broke, tbe silken fringed lids
opened heavily ffoifi tie slumber
ous eyes; smiles flitted like sun
beams over the face, the white fist
was thrust into the mouth, and
when mamma lifted the muslin and
peeped in to see if baby was awake
what cooing and crowing was heard!
The little feet began to kick,: out of
pure delight and' kicked on until
both of the tiny red shoes wore
landed at the foot of the cradle
Where are those heads now? Some
that were embrowned by vigorous
manhood, are sleeping on battler
fields ; some are bleached with time
and cares; and the feet have crown
sore and weary on the rough paths.
Of life. ' ; ,-, ,r ,', ,
Perhaps som 6 little one, once ten-!
derly rocked here,- is sleeping in
the coffin. Over it grow fteart'si
ease, and 'the vigorous ; box;.-and.
white candy tuft,and the starry jas-,
Bamine. ' The blue bird, flatters its,
bright wings through the' willow
boughs, and the eool summer wind
whispers to the green leaves and1
grass blades om the . grave..What
oil perhaps of itsimmortality.
Sleep ont little dreamless one! "0
faeh ifl the Kingdom of He mii,