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WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
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, r JE.CON & PETERSON,
319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
ISeparalor Capilla, ;
Throw ajrsy your felse frizzes, your Switches, your
Destructive of comfort, and not worth a fig;
Come aged, come youthful, come ugly and fair,
And rejoice in your own luxuriant hau.
" REPARATOR CAPILLA. ' '
IOR restoring hair upon bald heads (from whater-l
. er cause it may have fallen out) and forcing a
growth of hair upon the face, it has no equal. It will.
orceins waru w grow upon ine nionn niaps m
roin live in eigiH woeait, or jmir upon nea iu iniin
two to three. A few practitioners have asserted that,
tbereisnnt ing that will force or hasten thegrowth
of the bair or beard Their assertions are false, as
thousands of living witnesses (from their own expo
rience) can bear witness, hut many will say, how are
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certainly is difficult, as -nine-tenths ot the different
Preparations advertised lor the hair and beard are
entirely worlhless, and you may have already thrown
away largo amounts in their purchase. To such we
woulJ say, try the Beparator Cappilli; It will cost
you nothing unless it fully comes to our reprcsenta-
lions, if your Druggist does not koep it, send us one
dollar and we will forward it, postpaid, together win
a re ieipt for the money, which will be returned you
ou nppumuuu, proriuiug cuun n uut
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette Street,
al8yl . Syracuse, New York.
Thomas Reach, Administrator!
of Estate of Dr. John Coats,
Petition' to Sell
Arthur Coats and others.
In Vinton Countv l'robale Court, State of Ohio.
To Arthur Coats and Samuel C. Case, who reside in
tfceStnteofOhio, and to the unknown heirs or Dr.
John Coats, deceased:
YOU are hereby notified that Thomas Beech, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Dr. John Coats, de
ceased, on the 21 day of April, A. D. 1SH7, filed his
petition in the PruUite Court, within and for the
county of Viiton, and State of Ohio, alleging that
the personal estate of decedent is insufficient to pay
Ins debts and the oharges of Administering his Es
tate; that he died seized in fee simple of the follow
ing described Keal Estate, situate m said county, to
wit: The North-west Quarter of the South-west Quarter
of Knnge Number Seventeen 17, Township Numlier
Ten Hi, Section Number Two 2, containing forty
one acres more or less.
That Arthur Coats and the unknown heira at laws
who hold the next Estate of inheritance therein,
the prayer of said petition is for'the sale ol said prem-
ises, subject to such charges and leins thereon.
Said petition will be for hearing on tho 25th day ot
mil j , a. v. I nor, ores soon tnereaiter as can on
THOMAS BEACH. Adm'r
of Dr. John Coats, deceased.
April 25, 1SC7-41
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all,
To young and to old, to great und to small;
The beauty which once was so precious aud rare,
Is tree for all, and all my be fuir.
By the u?e of
W HI T E I, Ml U ID
IOR improving and beautifying the complexion
. The most valuable and perfect preparation in
use, for giving the skin a beautiful pearl-like tint, that
is oniy found in youth. It quickly removes lan,
Freckles, Pimples, Blotches, Moth Patches, Sallow
nets. Eruptions, auat all Impurities of the skin, kind
ly healing the same, leaving the skin white and ciear
as an alabaster. Its use cannot be detected by the
closest scrutiny, and being a vegetable preparation
is perfectly harmless It is the only article used by
the French, and is considered by the Parisian as in
dispensable to a perlect toilet. Upwards of 30,000
bottles were sold during the last year, a sufficient
gurrantee of its efficacy. Price only 76 cents. Sent
by mail, post paid, on receipt of an ordo', by
BURGER, bilUTTS 4 CO., Chemists, -April
18,l8U7-lyj 284 River8treet,Troy, N. T.
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110 the ladies especially, this invaluable
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beauty, is easily applied, does not burn or
injure tbe skin, but aots direotly on the roots.
It is warrated to remove superfluous hair
from low ferebeads,!or from any part of the
body, completely, totally and radically ex-
tirpiating tbe same, leaving the skin soft,
smooths and natural. This is the only arti-
ole used by the French, and is the only real
effectual depilatory in existence. Price 15
cents per package, sent post-paid, to any ad
dress, on receipt or an order by
- BJBKGEH, SHUTTS ft CO., -
. 285 River St., Troy, N. T.
c it is pe iv, con a.
Oh, was she beautiful and fair, .
With starry eyes, and eadiant hair. .
Whose cuhng tendrils solt, entwined
Enchained tbe very heart and mind.
' CRISP ER ' COM A, i
.For Curling tht Hair of either ,' Sex into Wavy
ana uiossy amgicts or Heavy Masttve Curls.
BY usiDg this artiole Ladies and Gentle
men.oan beautify themselves thousand.
fold. It 1b the only artiole in the world
that will ourl straight hair, and at the same
time give it a beautiful,, glossy appearanoe.
The Crisper Coma not only ourls the hair,
but Invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it;
is highly and delightfully perfumed, and it
tbe most complete artiole of the kind ever
offered to the American public. The CrUper
Coma ill be sent to any address, sealed
and postpaid for $1. .
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. Y.
THE MARRIED! Sent
in sealed ' Envelope' ou
recipt of 10 cents.
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," " ' Sold by allBooksellsri.
. 'i' ,. . ' 1 -
Sheriff 's aud Special Master
, .. State of Ohio, Vinton County, ss.
Samuel'-V. Dodge and -"
Mary Ann Dodge, Admlnistrntrator
in vinton co.
Order ft de
cree. ana Auiiiinisiriunx ui catum ui
James Dodge, deceased,
William Matliews ft John C. P. Brown.
TURHUANT to the command of
an order and
I decree issued from the Court of Common Pleas
Vinton county, Uluo, rnu to me directed as tsnentr
said county, acting rj Special Master Commis
sioner herein, I will otter: at public sale, at the door
,-.,,. nmirt lloll9e. in the
of McArthmr, in
v. , - , ()hio
, i, ,i 4 V J" JnVi k 1 1 nTW
plVityAI, iJa lUlll
DAY OP JUNE,
A. D. 1867. '
at one o'clock P. M. of said day, the following d
bribed premises situate in the County of Viutoa,
BnUCUlie 01 WIllO, Kl-Wttl
One undivided third-part of the East half of the
South- st quarter of Section Number Sixteen,
Township Nunibar Eleveu, of KangeNumber Seven-
j teen, containing Eighty-four and one-fourth (81)
acres, more or less.
Appraised at four hundred fifty-five 'dollars,
($456.00) ud must bring two-thirds of that sum.
Taken as the property of said William Mathews to
satjsly a judgment against him by suid Court in favor
or bamuel v. uodge unu Mary Ann Dodge, A-iminis-
trator and Administratrix of the Estate ot Ja i es
Dodge, deceased. . :
Tuiinea of Sale Cash in hand nt thc time sale.
JOHN J. SHOCKEY,
Sheriff Vmtcn County, O.,
Acting as Special Master Commissioner In this case.
May 9, 18U7 5w-U
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
HAVING purchased and completely rtnovat4
formerly occupied hy E. P. Pothwell,) would rs-
spectfullv announce to the nuhlio that he intends to
keep constantly on hand, a complete assortment of
suitable for this market, at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
f;often up in a style of workmanship not to b sxeel
ed by any shop in this section.
All kinds of work in his line will bt neatly aid
promptly done ou very low terms.
Of all kinds done lo order on short noti, .
A full supply of
kept constantly on hand; and .
10 per cent, will be deducted
on all orders for cash down.
March 7, 18li7-t( P. HORTON.
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Representative in Congress H. S. BUNLiT,
State Senator J. BRADBURY.
Representative A. J. SW AIM.
Common Plsas Judge-.!. P. PLYIjST.!
Probate Judge JOSEPH KALER.
Auditor W.K. KELTON.
Recorder JONATHAN BRINE.
Prosouting Attorney ARCHIBALD MA TO. :
Treasurer DA VlC FOREMAN.
Clerk of Courts 6E0R0K LASTS.
Sheriff JOHN J. SHOCKEY., . "
Cooner-riLLIAM . HIGGIN3.
. (WILLIAM CLARK.
Cemmissloner - DOUGLAS PUTNAM, Js.,' ' 1
(MORRIS ALBA UGH.
Post Offices in Vinton County.
Name of Post Office. Township.
8. Isamint r
Miles Radoliff , ,
MARIETTA. & CINCINNATI
N and after January f, ll7, Trains will rua a
ioiiows: ; , , - ,
MAIL EAST . RIGHT EXPRESS BAIT
.oveiana s ot ,
" -Chilhcothe nos r.u.
I ts ..
IU 11 ,
10 48 " "'
Hamdea 1 47 '
I 23 ' .
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NI8HT II PRESS WT
Depart Berpre' -: M i.a
" Athens 08 "
' Zaleekl 10 10
" Hamden 10 4S '
' ChillicotHS 12 2Sr.a.
,,, Lovelaud y til " ,
irrlrt ClncinrMiti 6 00 J '
Coneotir.a tn.de at Hamdta with Traias a
Portimouth Branch. - ,
Close connections made at Clhcinnaii' with' ait
Western Trains; and at Parkarsburg with th Bl.
more and Ohio Kail Road.
... .uniizih oil OHLAND SMITH, "
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