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Items of Local Interest.
Dentistry1. Dr. J.DuNLAP.Dentist
having bad thirty seven years expe
rience in his profesiott, is now per
manently located at McArtbur, and is
at present better prepared to perform
all operations pertaining to Dentistry,
and in the most approved manner. ,
Call at the lltilbert Houso.
" ;
. . ... ..
, . , An Irishman having been told
! that the price of bread had fal
len, exclaimed:
, , "This is the first time 1 ever
rejoiced at the fall of my best
friend."
For Fine Perfumery,
Goto Sisson's Drug Store.
Music for sale at this office
at low prices. . (
Now Eat Exterminators at Strong's.
Drugs, Books and Stationary, at
Strong's.
-Those wishing to pay ; their sub
icriptions in Potatoes, Apples, Chick-
ens, or almost anything else, will
please call and d i so.
Ayir'b Amerioan Alinanao, ior 1868, has
: been received by 0, W. Sision, for delivery
gratis, to all who call for it. This number
" contain1 proofs to show that soma of the
stars hate existed for titty miltiont of year.
We had not supposed such proof possible,
tut tho Doctor gives It in a shape which
. seems - Indisputable. His : witticisms hae
long made his book acceptable; his roedioal
' a 'It ice makes it indispensable to families,
and now he adds the most startling problems
of abitMot science to its attractions.
Tor Acer's Medicines,
Call at Sisson's Drug 8tore.
- Boarders Wanted. A few board
ers cao find the best of accommoda
tions at George Bwirs, at tho rates of
$3.75 per week.
"
Best Commercial Note at Strong's.
fUos Wanted. Bring all your rags to
this offiee, where the highest market price
will as jia ior mem
For Iure Drugs and Jled
icafre&, go to SisaoD'i Drug Store.
Finest se'ection of Toys, at the very
lowest prices at Sisson's Drug Store.
'We have received a number of the
.Thompson -Courier printed at Thomp
son, Carrell county, 111. It is a very
tjeautiful paper, and is, as it deserves,
well patoeaaized by the business men
of the eoeemty.' McCov & McCreedy,
Fditorg ad Publishers. In the paper
we notice the law card of "Dan.
McCoy, late Brig. Gen. U. S. Vols.,
Attorney and Coonscllor at Law,"
which is .marked with pen and ink.
We .axe not acquainted with Mr.
.McCoy, and do not know who he may
wish to notice his law card or his
name. We place the name of the pa
yor on our exchange list, and wish it
.success. ''
MinatED.-On the 24th Inst., by Rer. J. Brine, Mr
Joseph Braves and Miss Margaret R. Shuester.
May they lire a happy life and die tbe death of the
righteeua I
New Goods!
E.D.Dodge is receiving an
elegant assortment of New
Goods. Just the place to buy
nice Presents for the holidays.
PIASOS FOR BALE. '
- ' TamTiBS, like other men, sometimes otfer
ooras very good bargains. Any person
wishing to purchase a splendid Piano, will
ave from one hundred to one hundred ' and
fty .dollars by calling at this offior. We
aa furnish them at greatly reduced rates.
Wood's Tonio Bitters at Strong's.
Tut Land Wt Zom for December is re
ceived. The ohoieest reading is to be found
in this number. The anneodotei in : the
'Haversack" are very interesting.
Gsa. D. Hill, Editor. .Hill, Irwin &
Co., Publishers, Charlotte, N. C. . '
Terms $3 a year in advance. i '
Look Here ! The Demo
cratic Enquirer, after it is en
larged, will be a large twenty
eight column paper, printed on
g66d, clear, new type, andjn
the best style of the typograph
ical art. " Get your neighbor to
subscribe for it! ; V. V:,;' -A
, , "Wanted An industrious man with
j (mall family to work on a farm.
For particulars inquire at thi office,
A SptssDin Holib.it Girt . -Fite . Certifi-
e.iiQ.iA)f the Washington Library Company
of! Philadelphia, in aid of tLe Riverside In
stitute for educating orphans, oostiag five
dollars, with the splendid engraving, Mar
riage 'of Pocahontas," worth at retail, at
least $7.60, and besides eaoh Certificate se
cures ft present at the Great Distribution by
the Company, and an equal chance, that one
or more f jtbe presents may be worth thou
sands of dollar each. Truly, you ' may
make a, friend wealthy and nappy in the
most pleasant way while aiding the River
sid Institute. Read advertisement.
Blank Books at Strong's.
Or tbe almost Innumerable number of
preparations in the market for restoring
gray hair to Its original ooior, we know of
none which gives so universal satisfaction
as Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia ' We have
tried it and found it to restore the color in
a truly wonderful manner as well as to re
move dandruff and all ilohing caused by
humors of the scalp. Try it and be satisfied
Youno men entering Smith's Mer
cantile Collcgo, Portsmouth, Ohio,
early in January will be competent to
keep Books practically by spring.
Now is tho time'to prepare for busi
ness under the direction V a practical
Business Man. The College is open
Day" and Evening, and the course is
more thorough than any other Mer
cantile College iu the United States.
Students can enter at any time. No
Class System. Call at the College or
Address
E. W. SMITH, Principal.
SPECIAL NOTICE. Vinton Coun
ty Bank, McArthur, Ohio. Persons
wishing to send money to their friends
in England, Ireland, France, Germany,
or any part of Europe, can obtain
Drafts for any amount at this Bank.
YVo issue grafts direct and at reason
able rates, thereby saving to the pur
chaser the expense and trouble of send
ing to other places. 47,3m
Pens, Pencils,Erasers, Papsr Knives,
Rules, kc, &c.,at Strong's.
Get It and Try It. The Home
Amutement.Tht cheapest and best illustra
ted family Magazine published. Filled
with the latest illustrated fashions, ohoioe
stories, poetry, wit and humor; . It is just
tbe thing for the young folks. Published
semi-monthly, at only per annum.
Large and splendid prises are sent to
agents raising olubs. Agents easily clear
$10 per day; besides, every agent gets one
chance for every aubcerption ' sent, in 1,500
in cash sent to agents. Sample copies with
list of prizes, and terms and instructions to
agents, by enclosing 9 cents. Agents want
ed everywhere. Address Bomb Amdsemrnt,
5 Nassau Street, New York. 47m
Scool Books for sale at Sisson's at
halt price.
THE IRISH CITIZEN.
A NEW WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
PEBLISHED IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
JOHN MITCHELL, Editor and Paoprietor.
J
Among the other attractions of the Irith
Citizen, such as we hepe may wake it inter
esting to the general reader, we intend to
produce a variety of reminesoenoes of by
gone times in the old world and notes and
sketches or nistorioai events, ana particular
biographies ef warriors, poets, era tore, &o.,
chiefly conneoted with the history of the
literature of Ireland, vis :
Recollections of Thomas Franois Meagher .
The White Boy Conspiracies of 1761.
Wild Sports of Clare 400 Years ago;
Bagnal Harvey. ' 1
Fighting Fitzgerald. '
An Irish (Jastle in Queen Eluabeth s uae.
: O'Reilly, the Grandee of Spain.
Watty Cox. 1
Charles O'Cooor and the Catholio Coaalt-
Thuroe's Desoent.
Major Sirr. &o.. to .
Tkemb: By the year, ' " . . $3 00
do do half ysar 1 BO
de do four months . 1 to
Canada and British Provinces, yearly 3 2S
Ireland, yearly
4 00
Clubs of ten or more, to ene address,
for one year, each
PUBLICATION OFFICE, 81 Bakciat
Nrw York, P. 0. Box, 6514.
3 60
St.,
Correspondents are requested to address
all letters to the Box, as more certain of
speedy delivery. .,
News dealers throughout the United
States, supplied by the American News Co.,
121 Nassau street, New York. .
GROVESTEEN'S PIANOS,1
GROVESTEEN'S PIANOS,'
GROVESTEENSPIA NO S ,
499 Broadway, New York,
499 Broadway, New York. .
499 Broadway; New York. t
ARK unrivalled for DriasitiTr, Powia and Even
ness of Tone. Thev are fast becoming the fa
vorite over all others, with Musicians, Amateurs
audall lovers of Qood Mueict They are Warranted
ineverv respeoti Bond for Circular, t
:, ,.; GROV1SNSTEEN & CO, .
; July 18 r 498 Broadway New York.
SECRETS FOR THE MILLION. A most valuable
and wonderful publication. A work of 400 nssss
and 30 colored engravings. . Dr. Hunter's Varie He
cum, an original and popular treatise on Mao and
Woman, trwi r Phyaology, Functions, and troubles ot
every kind, with never tailing remedies for their
speedy cure.
i ne practice oi vt. nunier nas lone been and still
is, unbounded, but st the earliest solicitation of nu
merous persons, he lias been induced to extend his
medical usefulness through the medium of his "Vade
Meoum." - v , . ., ., . . ,
One copy, securely enveloped, will be forwarded
free of postage to any part of tbe United States fro
SO centn P. O. stamps.' Address, post paid, Dr.
Hunter No.S Division street, Mew York.
Augunt I3,m7 y . i
JOIIN C. STEVENSON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
JACKSON C.H., OHIO, y ,
I7 ILL practice in the Courts of Isekscn, Vistes
TV and other counties . . .
Jaoiavyli, ll(T-f
MlfSMIflliMIIAtisBatf
Ao Old Song Set to a New Tune.
. ' . A tpring approaeke ,; ( .
Ante and Rotehe
I from their hole corns out, ...
. ,And Mice and Raft
In tpite of eatt,'
, Oaily ikip aiout.
.5
' "18 years established in N. Y City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from poisons."
"Not dangerous to the human family."
"Rats come out ol their holes to die."
"Costar's" Eat, Eoach, &c, Exterm's
Is a paste- used tor Rate, mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, so., to,
"Costar's" Bed-Bug Exterminater
Is a liquid or wash ued to destroy, and i
alsaas a preventive for Bed Bugs, Ac.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for Insects
Is for moths, mlsquitoes, Fleas, Red-3tigB, 7 ''
Insects on Plants, IFowls.Anircals, o.
g- Bewab I I I ofali worthless imitations.
a"8ee that'OoFtar's" name is on eaoh box, bot
tle, and Flaslc, before you buy
Jf-Address HENRY R. COSTAR,
484 Broadway, New lork.
t-Sold in McArthur, by J. S. Strong,
and all druggists and dealers everywhere.
"OOSTAB' S"
.CELEBRATED
BUCKTI
For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, .Wounds, Boils,
Cancers, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Blee
ding, Blind and Painful Piles; Scrofulous,
Putrid and Ill-conditioned Sores; Ulcer?,
Swellings, Eruption's,- Cutaneous Affections,
Ringworm, Itch, Cams, Bunions, Chilblains,
&o. ; Chapped Hands, Lips, &c; Bites ef
Spiders, Insects, Animals, so. - )
l-Boxes 25 eta., 50 cts., and $1 sites.
rSoU by all druggists everywhere. .
BkaTAndby Hbmbt K. Costa b, Depot 484
oadway, Mew Vork,
idTSold by J. 8. Strong, McArthur, 0.
CUSTi'S . .
TJtilVERSAIi
4J R N S 9 L Tin,
" For Corns, Bunions, Warts, la.
flVBezes ti cttt., &(' cts- and 1 sizes.
ter?iaold by all Drnggists everywhere.
roTAud by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York.
JTaTAad by J. 8. Strong, MoArthur, .'
. , COSTAB'S
, PREPARATION 0
BITTER-SWEET
ORANGE BLOSSOMS,
FOR BEAUTIFYING THS COMPLEXION.
Used to soften and beautity the skin, remove freck
les, Pimples, Eruptions, Ac.
Ladies are now using it in preference to all ethers.
gBottles $1.
trSold by all irvggisU everywhere.
ft-And by Henry ft. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York,
t-And by J. 8. Strong, McArthur, t.
COSTAES
' PECTORAL
COUGH REMEDY,
For Coughr, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup,. Whooping Cough, InSuensa, Asthma)
Consumption Bronchial Affections and al
diseases of the Throat and Lungs.
ggyiJottles 25 ets, 60 ets, and $1 sises. '.
tSold by all druggists eveywhere.
Ha5TAnd by Henry K. Costar, Depot 464
Broadway, New York.
And by J. b. strong, acArt&ur, u.
C 0 ST All S
CELEBRATED
01 SHOP PILLS,
A TJNIYERSAL DINNER PILL, :, .
irnrnitrvons and sick Headache, costiveness, Indi-
sostion. dyspepsia, biliousness, constipation, diar
rhea, colics, chills, levers, and general derangement
ot the Digestive organs.
SHTUOxes m ets, oucis, i biws.
. gf-aold by ail druggists everywhere.
And by Henry B. Costar, Depot 484 Broad
way, New York;
And by J. 8 Slrenr,
0. W 81880, MoArthur, 0. '
Kv.7, H67-6a 1
"LOOK HETJ.F '
psT received at 8WETUND'8 a Iresa supply
FMILY GROCERIES,
. . . AMD
rxjn.33 ZtiQnons.
To which it added a good assortment of .
Ousom-M Ade
BOOTS AMD S OE
Also, a lot of
. SPEINGFIED - MUSKETS,
' Which will make fine
: SHOT O UN St
ini which I will sell very cheep! Give me a call!
J. Q. SWETLAND.
. October S, lS7-3m
: - THE
"W IB E ID
613 Broadway,
NEW YORK CITY.
yOULD call particular attrntion to their
New Family . Sewing Machines
which are'the pnncipslsFamlly Machines that make
the Lock fttitch, with a Stbaiuht Nctuts. The
Weed Machines have buth the Wheel and Drop
Feed, therefore are suited to nil kinds of cewing.
Prices correspond with those of other First-class
Machines. -
WEED BEWINfi MACHINS! r-O .
39) r : . Broadway, New York '
jTTBHSTTIOIN" !
Fall Stock!
NEW GOODS JUST
RECEIVED!
HENRY RICHMAK,
Main Street, '. .... McArthur,
HAS just received a new aesortaeat of the latest
styles of woods, which lie will .. . , . .
:. 8eff Reaper dan tke Qupstt in Jewal
- And aim baring the best assorted stock ef ,
Vt ( Finest and Latest "Jsylss, fcr
lUCoXX AZXCl. BO70I
I also keep
Hats and Caps
BOOTS iECES,
For Ladies and Gents, and a lorge variety of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
I also keep
TRUNKS AND VALISES
Whieh iwillerll to the public, st the lowest prioes
tThe publio patronage it respectfully
solicited.
October 17, 1867-3m
SINGER'S
HAIR RESTORATIVE.
This preparation applied according te direc-t-oss
is
Warranted to restore Gray Hair
to its original or natural color; its also sots up
on Gssv WmsKsas in the same manner.
It is sot A Lira, and contains no cotcaiKe
astsb, aor does it contain any deleterious
subatance. It cleanses the scalp, promotes
the growth, and prevents the railing oti of the
hair; and as it Imparts to the hair and whis
kers a rich natural gloss, and has a pleasant
fragrance is a very desirable article
Por tlxe TOll e.
HaTPrincipal Eepot, Ne. 79 Nassau
Street, New York.
. v BIjNOEE STRONG, "
Proprietor.
Faieajl. ' 39
F IN L ft LYON
lock-stitch
tltte
The oslt Machine ao perfected that entire
satisfaction is guaranteed or the purchase
money refunded.,, . . -.
Where we have no Agent a sample Machine
will be sold at very low price, and a Local
Agent appointed on . the most favorable
terms.
N.B, Send for circular. Traveling Agents
wanted. Salary, liberal.
An Agent wanted in every town.
Send for a Cirenlar. '
Finkle & Lyon 8. Co.
687 Broadway, New York.
Juns 27, 1867-6m
GONFDENTIAL
INFORMATION .'
' Fok tbb MaamiiDl
Bent Fret in sealed en
velope, on receipt of 10
cents. Address '
, Dr E. B. rOOTK; .
(author of Medical Com
ton Sense Book, 40
cages, f 1,60, lent by mail.)
No. 110 Lexington Avenue
t?er.f East MlhSl, K,rf
is e r
SCIENTIFIC AWERICAf..
fPHE Best Paper in tbs World I Published
1 gror Aearly a Quarter of a Centurv H
..lplplr greauy enlarged
and improved, is one of the most reliable
useful, and intsrestiag journals ever pub'
lished. Everv number is beautifully printed
and elegantly, illustrated with several
original engravings, representing New In.
veutions, Novelties in M.elianiol, Aerloul
lure. Chemistry, PhotograpHy, Manufactures
fcpgineering. science and art '
Farmers, Mechanics, Inventors. Enelne'era
Chemists, Manufacturers, people in everr
profession of life will find the Scientific
Amtncan to be of great value in their re
speotive callings. Its counsels and suirees.
lions will save them Hundreds of Dollari
annually besides affording them a continual
source of knowledge, the value of whioh i,
beyond peouniaryj estimate. All patents
granted, with the olaims, published weekly
Every Pubbo or Private library should
feferencs0 WOrk bounl nd Preserved fir
The yearly numbers of the Scientific Amer
ican nske a splendid volume of nearly one
thousand quarto pages, equivalent to nearly
four thousand ordiuary book pages. A New
Volune eommenoes January 1, 1868 Pnh
lished Weekly. Thhs: One Year 3.
Half. Year, $160; Clubs of Ten Copies f
One year, $25; bpecimsn copies sent gratis.
Aldress MUNN & CO
37 Park Row, New York,
t-The Publishers of the Scientific Ameri
can, in connection with the publication of
w.o paper, uave ,aoiei as Solicitors of Pat
ents for twenty two years. Thirty Thou.
sana applications for Patents bare been
made thrnoeh their in.... m n
n j 1 ,.f rauro luau une
Hundred Ihossand Inventors have sought
.... , vub rroprietors or tho Scientific
. . ii K uiur inventions. Con
sultations and ad Vina In ln.B.1... 1 !i
tree. Pamphlets concerning Patent Laws of
was VVUUMICO, J I rO
A Handsome Bound Volume, oontain
1?B. 150eWeohanioal Engravings, and the
United States Census by Counties, with
Hints and Heceinta for Mn)..ni. m.j
receipt of 25o,
T)EM0BPS:T'82M03HTHLY;KAQU2IIB1
. . 1.iv,f,( vjnni! ui tnoiffnt. Fern on a And
Literary Goss.p .ncluding st,ecia8dej,ar!men?s oa
r ashiuna I I nitfn.i ... u.-vCi
tio Lquestrian Exercises, Skating, Music,
Amusements. nf ! oil i. .1.. 1.... . . .. 1
j ueai. autnors,
and profusely an,l artistically illustrated
with nnail. iiii.:. r..n . . .
V- vi V go tun sjie,; userm and
reliable Patterns. Kmhr,-,i,j Hsiao T t 1
-v. ico, voweirj. ana
a sueeeesiouof artlstio noveletits, with other
.1 (IP fill tnrl AniasiA : - i!s . '
No person of refiDemnt, economical house
wife, or lftdv if tat. it. .tj ...
out the Model Monthly.
Single copies, 30 ceats; back numbers, as
specimens, 10 oentaj either mailed free.
. early. S3, with i..ni.i . .
e .n . ",lu"uln remium; iwo
r,Prf.r,ee.cP. .6.- copies,
L 7 premiums ror olubs at J3
eaon, with the first premium to each sub-
sonoer to-a new v heeler ft Wilson Sew-
o lur i suoacriDers at S3 eaoh.
Address
VY. JENNINGS DEMOREST,
Nn. A7S flrf j . xt tt .
Demorssfs Monthly and Young Amerioa
1 - "i r - " iivuiium 10 eacn.
HAIS RESTOSlTiuc
I .iT " uy m. emUc W 1m
lllnvenrfcert Fronimllim r,!r
or'"s'i '' to 11 ortflnal colori I
nj llutlfylnrtlll.lr. 111. (V,. 'I
, Itils Iho Im (hbrlc, tnd OvNl
if
, J. . BARRETT It CO., Proprietors;
For sale by Or, J. 8. Siono, Drufriist.
July4,I9fl7-lF McArthur. Ohio.
Gifts for Christmas and New
Years.
A Superb Stock of Fine CnU n;i...
Watehes, alljwarranted to run, and thor.
oughly Regulated, at the low price of $ 10
Eash, and satisfationQuaranteed.
100 Solid Gold Hun'g Watches $250 to $1,000
ivu nair.ro uasea uoia watanns 9nn
600
100 Ladies Watches, enameled, 100 to
200 Gold Hun'g Chron'er Whes,250 to
200 Gold' Hunting Eni. Lerera. 5nn n
300
800
250
200
250
160
250
250
75
100
300 Gold do Duplex Watches, 150 te
300 Gold do Am'oan Wat'hes, 100 to
S00 Silver Hunting Levers, 50 to,
600 8ilver Hunting Duplexes, 75 to
500 Gold Ladies Watohes 50 to
1 0O0 Gold Hunting Lepines 60 to
1.000 Miscellaneous Sil'r Wat'hs 50 to
2.500 Hunting Silver Watohes 26 to
5 000 Assorted Wa'hea.all kinrfa in i.
60
76
The above itnclc will Ka Hi
. : , . ----- rvrvr i vu iiia rtiuu -
value! t wiu, wnnout regaru to
Wright Bro. A Co., 161 Broadway, New York,
wish to immediately dispose of the above
magnificent Stock. .Certificates, namina the arti
clej, are placed in sealed envelopes, ond well mixed.
Holders are entitled to the arliolea named on their
certificates uptn payment of Ten Dollars, whether
it be a Watch worth l,iOOor one worth less. The
return of any of our certificates entitles you to the
artioles named upou tho payment, irrespective of
its worth, and as no article valued less than 110 is
named on atiy certificate, it will at onoe ne seen
tliatthis is .
So Lottery, but a ttraxghtforwari legitimate
trantaction, which may be participate in
even by the mott faUiAiout I .
ing'e certificate will be sent by mail, post paid,
upon rtceipt of 25 rents, for Jl, II for 4n'
elegant nremium for S3, n and more valuable pre
mium for lO, ind 100 and most euperbwalch forilS
To Agents, or those wishing employment, this is a
rare opportunity. It Is a legitimately conducted bus
iness, duly authorised by the Government, and open
to the most careftil sorutiny. Tar its!
42 WMQHT,BUO.& CO., Importer,,
-3m 161 Broadway, Ntm York.
MARRIED LIFE.-Infbrmation d advice oM.
tal importance to the married of both sexes, in
a sealed envelope, can be obtained free of chares b?
addressing the undersigned. "
J.lvlSBaS?0tful", JAMES 8- BUTLER.
Jlyl8,W8T MBroaaway,M.T.
AWAY WITH
BfECTACLEo.
oid itis mam aiw
-tatily without' doctor .or
medicine. Sent post
paid ; on receipt of 10
oents. Address
: Dr. E. B. FOOTE,
- 110 Lexington Avenue,
Corner East 28th Strest,
New Tprk, : ?
i
A II O E BID DBOUPTIOKI
A T0CHO IADT SHOCXUGIT MSXJVID I
Not long since, a young man supposed to
posse, good principles, but no fortune of
fered his hand and heart to a fair youn
lady with snng little foYtone of $50 000--The
offer was fully considered, and finally
refused, on the ground that the vouna isaa
showed too many years abovs the Jeo
lady; though le wss really but tweniy.slx.
Wt kisSfinefside whiskers and huir wsr
tinged with an awful sprinkling of hoary
white and gray, and fairly indicated
round score wore of yesrs than he had re
ally seen. To the young man tbe refusal
came like a frosty blanket in a eold night.
j , WM 10 b don? What could bo
done? True, his head came out from antler
his ''Felt" white as a coon Slier a snow
storm but must this divide them.
At oaoe he left the cily. Time pMed on
and th young lady lec.ived ant ther effsr
Ho obleolion to the fine and beauiifnl lover
could be found. His head was PERFECT
and his raven locks had a most bewitching
lustre. Due time wss taken and the other
accepted; the day fixed; evjry desired prspi
aration made; the minister notifed, and
the thing done. She happy couple departed
in matrimoaial peacs and triumph.
Three balmy days parsed away, when tho
loving young husband threw bis gentle erme
around his better half by $50 000, and said
"Darling, what do you think of my white
hnirs now?" The startled and astonished
briae with uplifted hands, cxolaimed, "Ros
ooe R , is it possible? Am 1 deceivedl
leu me quicklyl I" The smiling, jubilant
husband rocuishlv rentier!. "Nn ...
deceived, it is 1, you are mm, And this I
ows to "Van Allen's Vegetable flair ResUr
erl" And this article we now offer you never
has had its equal on the American Continent.
We don't recommend von in nine ih
by its magio influence, but we do say;
iBT win positively restore the whitest
iair on the heads of the oldxat nn.
original oolor and beauty, while it often
briogSOUta luxuriant irrnwth wW it,.
hair is entirely gone, without staining the
finest ffn Kh! a
UUCflb IO-UIIU,
2d People whose hoaila mo t Uva V
gray may readily have their hair restored
and their heads once mora covered with
hilling silky locks, and treaaea n .
parsed in beauty even in early youth
ou r.very oisease to which the hair and
scalp are subiect. finda a haaiino
. . "g
balm in this preparation.
4tu Ass dres.iinir no nn 1im i v..
an equal, either In richness of ils perfume,
or its tendency to keep the hair in its proper
place.
6th If you want white hair made beauti-
ul as in VOUth. orrv hair narfunlli.
a dandruff
itching scalp purified, loose hair made' fast,
in enort, your cead covered with the beauty
of raven locks, and silken tresaea. tun hava
only to uue
VAN ALLEN S VEGETABLE! HALO.
RESTORER,
.
fgyOffioe of the Proprietor, Ne. U7Kaaiaa
Street, New York.
tSold by all Druggists.
-Ask for Van Allen's
VEGETABLE HAIR RESTORER AM
DRESSING, y. .
And take no other.
If not sold by Druggists in your town,
Trtat Bottle will be eent te you by express
upon receipt of One Dollar by mail, thus
giving you an opportunity at once of testing
its excellent qualities.
Address, C. E: VAN ALLEN,
No. 117 Nassau Street, New York.
Octsber.lO, 1867-Cm
TO MSSIJMPTJVES.-Rev. Edward A. Wilso
will aeud (tree of charge) to all who desire it, the
piescription with the directions for making and us
ing the simple remedy by which he was cured ore
lung affection and that dread disease consumption.
His only object is to benefit the afflicted and he hopes
every sufferer will try this prescription, as it will cost
nothing, and may prove a blessing, ricase addiess
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. 185 South Second Street, Williamsburg, JN. ork.
May 2, 1867 -ly
Probate Notice.
NO TICE is hereby given that Isaac Shry, Ouardl
an of William Francis Hugeins and John Ed
ward Hiiggins, lias filed his accounts for inspection
AHt tMr.la .Dttl.mnt nn,l :ii v.. I .f .
r """. ...dm.w. m irn, m pnaneu upon on
toe 4th day or January, A. 1). 1SB8.
December I2.1867-3W Probate Judie.
Official Directory.
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Representative in fonwess J. T. WILSON.
Htate Senator J. BRADBURY.
Representative A.J. SWAIM."
Common I'leas Judges MARTIN jCBAIK, 1. .
PLYLEY.
Prnhatn .Inrlo.TflBP.PIT tril.FH
Auditor W. K. F ELTON.
R arvnrrlAW I A V A T U 1 M TJ D TU t
ProscutingAttorney-ARCHlBALD UAVO,
Clerk of Courts GEORGE LANTI.
RhrrtJiriHM .1 kuiwitl'v
Surveyor S. C 8TEINBEOOK.
, fWlLtilAM CLARK,
Commissioner-J THOMAS MAGEE.
IMORRI3 A LB AUG H.
School Examiners i-M. R. Ba sir,
J J. M. MoGauraar.
Post Offices in Vinton County
Name of Poat Offleo. Townshin. Post Mt..
Allensville
Hope Furnace
Dundas
Eagle Mills
Elk
MoArthur
New Plymouth
Reed's Mills
Richland
Wilouz
Brown
3. D. Eelestow
Clinton
3. Isamingsr
Miles Radoliff
Eagle
Swan
Elk
Brown
Reynolds
N. MoLaushlla
H. O. Harden
WBurtsbshaw
Clinton
Swan
Swan
Vinton Station
Wm. Tavlor
Elk
George Frj
Wilkesville
Wilkes '
Zaleski
Madison
J. . Will
Agatha
IRL-hland
m
Rail Roads.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI RAIL-ROAD.
ON and after Janinry 6, 1867, Trains will ru as
follOWSt
MAILEA8T NIGHT EXPRESS IAIT
Depart Cinoinnail 0:00 S 00 a.m.
Lioveland 1017" 7S0" , ;.,
Chillicothe l M mi. - 10 40 " '
Hamden S17' ' ltifu,
Znlcaki ' 1 08 12 C4
Athens . A AS a : h . , . : aa u . - .
Arrive Marietta , . 717" M .
Bdlpre TS0 4 M " "
MAIL WEST NIGST EXPRESS WHY
DepartBelpre . 1 00 a.m. soor.aj.
" Athens S 37 ' 11 M "
Zalesld S 40 12 H '
" Hamden 10 1ft 1 Jl "
" . Chillieotho 11 M,w...-' IHt.s.
Loveland til T SIS "
Arrive Cincinnati 4 s it T4s
Connections made at Hamdsa with Trainooatke
PorUmouth Branch. . ,
Close oonneclioaa Waa at Cincinnati Hh at
Western Ti-amss and at Parktrsburg with tbe ltV
more and Ohio Kail Soa4, .
'. j . - OltUWO BMITBt. u
afkitiiAAiWA a t ..afrfTrasrrSK
ai!ls4hs1.,J. Hjht.

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