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Items of Local Interest.
Pentistry. Dr. J. Dun lap, Dentist
'having had thirty seven years expe
rience In his profesiott, is now per
manently located at Mc Arthur, and is
at present better prepnred to perform
all operations pertaining to Dentistry,
and in the nvet approved manner.
Call at the Hulbert House.
New Rat Exterminators at Strong's.
Thb Atlantic Monthlt. This
magazine', for January, contains much
excellent reading. , The Publishers
have spared no pains or expense to
procure from the most able and popu
lar writers of America and England
articles embodying the best .literary
culture, and. the freshest and -most
vigorous thought of the age.
Terms $4 por year j' two copies,
Address Ticknor & Fields, Pub
lishers, 121 Tremont street, Boston,
Mass. ... : .
. For Fine Perfumery,
Goto BLiion'i Drug Store..
Music fo? sale at this office
at low prices.
Drums, Books and Stationary, - at
Thosb wishing to pay their sub
scriptions in Potatoes, Apples, Chick
ens, Or almost anything else, .will
please call and do so.
SPECIAL NOTICE. Vinton Coun
ty Bank, McArthur, Ohio. Persons
' wishing to send money to their friends
in England, Ireland, France, German)',
or any part of Europe, can obtain
Drafts for any amount at this Bank.
We issue Drafts 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, Paper Knives,
Utiles, etc., 4te.,at Strong's.
Yotjno men entering Smith's Mer
cantile College, Portsmouth, Ohio,
early in .January will bo competent to
keep Books practically by spring.
Now is the time to prepare for busi
ness under the direction of a practical
Business Man. The College is open
Day and Evening, and tho course is
more thorough than any other-Mercantile
College iu the United States.
'Students can enter at any time. No
Class System. - Call at the College or
E. W. SMITH, Principal.
Blank Books at Strong's,
Fbw porsons can make a better pay
ing investment, of a dollar and a half,
than to send it for a whole year's sub
scription to the American Agricul
turist which is now entering upon its
27th annual volume. Though very
good in the past, the quality of the
first number for 1808 shows that this
fluperb journal has still better things
in Btore for this year's volume. The
paper has been k6pt np to its full
standard of excellence, by tho asso
ciate editors, and wo learn from the
number before us that Mr. Orange
Judd, the long time editor in chief,
has just returned from his lengthy
tour in Europe, rested and reinvigor
ated, and that he will resume his
labors upon the Agriculturist, with no
diminution in the recent strong edi
torial force that have so ably conduct
ed tho paper in his absence. This
journal has already a circulation aver
aging half a dozen subscribers for
every Post Office in the United States
and British America, but we presume
that in its. new, spacious, and perma
nent headquarters, at 245 Broadway,
there will bedroom to supply all new
comers. The large size of the Agri
culturist, its great number of beauti
ful and instructive engravings, its
vast store of useful, practical, and re
liable information about all matters
pertaining to the Farm, the' Garden,
.and.tha Household; its pleasing "and
Instructive department for Children
and Youth, with its unsparing ex
posures of the numttugs ana swindlers
that abound, all render this journal a
very valuableyand almost indispensa
ble aid to every Man, "Woman, and
Child, 'in CityY'Yillago, and Country.
The terms, owing to its immense cir
culation, are put down to tho very low
price of 1.50 a year, or four copies
for $5. Take ' our advice, and send
for it a rear, or, at least, send 15 cents,
and eel a post-paid specimen copy.
Orange Judd & Co.,. 245 Broadway,
Xew York, are the Publishers.
I would not die in sunnier,
I would not die In fall,
And as I think about It,
I would not die at all.
For really It is not necessary If yoojoomraenoe
In time and Stto "Barrett' Vegetable HalrlUe
toratlve," which wUl effectually prevent both
baldness and grey hulrs and obviate the neoesal
ty of any "dying." The best toilet article known
u a "cloOd of witnesses" have '(testified.
Th attention of the public is directed to the
advertisement of lames Vlok, Importer and
Grower of Flower and Vegetable Bweds, Roches
ter. N. Y. .
For Aycr'n ITlfdicines,
Call at Slston's Drug Store. '
BoABDtHs Wanted. A few board
ers can find the best of accommoda
tions at George Bull's, at the rates of
$3.75 por week.
Best Commercial Note at Strong's.
Riot Wasted. Bring all your rags to
this office, where the highest market price
will be paid for them.
Paris IIorton, whose advertise
ment will be found in this paper, is
manufacturing and selling a superior
quality of furniture of every descrip
tion offering better bargains than
can be found elsewhere. Those
wishing the best and latest Btyles of
Furniture should give him an early
1 n Mi
For rni'c Druga and .Tied
icnea,go to Siuon's DrugSiort.
Finest se'ectionof Toys,at the very
lowest prices at Sisso't's Drug Store.
There is no change in the Markets
Scool Books for sale at Sisson's at
THE IRISH CITIZEN.
A NEW WEEKLY NEWSPAPER
PUBLISHED IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
JOHN MITCHELL, Editor and Proprietor.
Among the other attractions of the Irith
Ctiucn, such as we hepe may make it inter,
eating to the general reader, we intend to
produce a variety of rem'neseenoes of by
gone timet in the eld world and notes and
sketches ef historical events, and particular
biographies ef warriors, poets, oral ore, &o.n
chiefly connected witn tne u-story 01 ins
literature of Ireland, vii :
Recollections of Thomas Franois Meagher.
The White Boy Conspiracies ef 1761
Wild Sports of Clare 100 YtarS ago;
An Irish Castle in Queen Eliiabeth'i time.
O'Reilly, the Grandee of Spain.
Charles O'Conor and the Catholio Commit
tee. Thuroe's Descent.
Major Sirr, Ito., Ao ,
Teems : By the year, $3 00
do do half year 1 60
de do feur months 1 0
Canada and British Provinces, yearly S 25
Ireland, yearly 4 00
Clubs of ten or more, to one address,
for one year, each 3 50
PUBLICATION OFFICE, 21 Babclat St.,
Nrw York, P. O. Box, 6514.
Correspondents are requested to address
all letters to the Box, as more certain of
news dealers throughout the Untttd
States, supplied by the American News Co.,
11 .Nassau street, New Yoik.
GftO VESTEEN'S PIAN08.
GROV ESTEENS PIANOS.,
499 Broadway, New York,
499 Broadway, New York. .
499 Bro.dwsy, New York.
ABE unrivalled Tor Disability, Powsa and Even
ness of Toms. Their are fast becoming the fa
vorite over all others, with Musicians, Amateurs
au d all lovers of Good Musicl They are Warranted
meverv respect, Bend lor Circular,
GKOVENSTEEN & CO.,
July 18 498 Broadway New York.
SECRETS FOR THE MILLION.-A most valuable
and wonderful publication. A woik of 400 Duets
and 30 colored engravings. Dr. Hunter's Varfe Me
cum, an original and popular treatise on Mnn and
Woman, their r nyBoiogy, runeiiona, am troubles 01
every kind, with never foiling remedies for their
The practice of Dr. Hunter has Ion; been and still
is, unbounded, but at the earliest solicitation ot nu
merous persons, be has been induced to extend his
ipedical usefulness through the medium olbia "Vade
One codv. securely enveloped, will be forwarded
free of postage to any fart of the United States fro
u cent n r. u. stumps, satires, post paia, Air.
Hunter No.S Division street, New Yerk.
aT Of a aitver BCawal
WAS 1WABD1S TO
BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE TO
C"f Br the N. H. State Agrictdtnn) Society, at
Ito fair, hoUtn la Nashua, 8tpt Kb U&
' BARRETT' ' i'v-
Vegetable Hair Restorative
Rettoret Gray Hair to Ito Natural Color M
mote th growth of tho Hair i chitim tho W
roou to their origin! ornnie action i cnd
.cites Dandruff nd Bumont pravtntf
Aitur nuimfouu ttipcnor mcMing.
. tivunwiiii nu injunui iiiticuitcmm
ana it tne moM pApuisr ana rcu
Vflk ablo article throughout tho
v vfftt, rrorui, ana
J. t. BARRETT 4 CO.. Pr-iprMm,
. POR DR. WILLIAM SMITH'S
DICTIONARY OF TEE BIBLE.
Written by seventy of the most distinguished Tl
vines and Authors ot Europe and this countrv. Il
lustrated with over 126 Steel and Wood Engravings
and valuable maps. Completed ia One Large Octa
m volume. Price f.M. Experienced Agents and
others want d to introduce this valuable book into
every family as a companion of the Bible.
Aaentt will find this valuable work will meet with
a ready sale anion a sllclswts. For full particulars
addrrss .I.W. BO WEN, Editor Knqnirer, McArthur.
Ad Old Song Set to a New Tune.
At tpring approach) t
Antt and Roxehtt
From iHHr olet corns cut,
And Mice and Rati
In ipitt of tad,
Oatly thp abomt.
"lSyearB eHtuiuoitHi ill N. Y City."
"Duly mlailibie remedies known."
"Free from poisons." .
"Not dangerous to the human family."
"Bats come outoltbeir holes to die."
'Costar's" Eat, Eoach, &c, Exterm's
Is a paste used tor Rata, mice, Roaches, . .
Black and Red Ants, tea., to. '
'Costar's" Bed-Bug Exterminater
Is a liquid or wash used to destroy, and
alaaas a preventive for Bed Bugs, Ao.
"Costar's" Eloetric Powder for Insects
Is for moths, mlsqultoes, Fleas, Bed-3ngi,
Insects on Plants, iPowls.Auircals, Ao.
MT I I I BawAar I I I of all worthless imitations.
HTSee that "Collar's" name is on each box. bot
tle, and Flask, before yon buy
gfcjy-Address Htm KY K. UOoTAK,
484 Broadway, New fork.
Sold in McArthur, by J. 8. 8troni,
and all druggists and dealers everywhere.
For Cull, Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Boils,
Cancers, Broken Breasts, Bore Nipples, blee
ding, Blind and Painful Piles; Borofulons,
mtria and ill-conditioned Sores; Ulcers,
Swellings, Eruptions, Cutaneous Affeetions,
Ringworm, Itch, Cams, Bunions, Chilblains,
So.: Chapped Hands, Lips, &o.; Bitas ef
spfiers, insects, Animals, So.
tMioxcS zo eta., 50 cts., and 81 sizes.
toTHnU by all druggist- everywhere.
-Andhy Hinrt K. Costab, Depot 484
oadwav, stew IerK,
tK-S"8old by J. 8. Strong, MeArtiur, O.
For Corns, htinlons. Warts. Ac.
aWBoxes 2i cts., to' cts., ana 1 sites.
RaTSold by all Uiaggists everywhere.
teTAnd by Henry K. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York
tWAud by J. 8. Strong, He Arthur,
B ITT EH SWEET
VOW, BKATJTirriNQ THX COMPLEXION.
Used to soften and beautify the skin, remove freck
les. Pimples, Eruptions, Ac.
Barnes are now using it in preference te au etners.
gQTSold by all druggists everywhere.
ft-And by Henry R. CosUr, Depot 484
Broadway, New York,
&And by J. B. Btrong, Mo Arthur, .
C0UG H REM EDY,
For Couirhf, Colds. Hoarseness. 8ore Throat,
Croup, Whooping Cough, lnfluenia,.Aslbma,
Consumption Bronchial Affections and al
diseases of th Throat and Lungs. . -
tTBotties.2o ots, 50 eta, and ?l sites, .
gc3"Sold by all druggists eveywhere.
tarAnd by Henry E. Costar, Depot 464
Broadway,. New York.
And by J. B. Strong, MoArlhur, O. -
COST.AR' S '
A TJtIVtB8AL DINRIK PltL,
For nervons and sick Headaohe, coativeness, Indi
(estion, dyspepsia, biliousness, constipation, diar
rhea, colics, chills, tevera, and general derangement
ot the Digestive Organs.
SWBoxesl&cta, oOcts, tl sites. -Gf
Sold by all drnggists everywhere.
And by Henry E. Costar, Depot 481 Broad
way, Sew York;
. And by J. 8 Strong,
O. W Siisou, MsAHhnr, 0.
Not. 7, ll0?.6m
T178T received at SHETLAND'S a fresh supply
To waioh is added a good assortment of
COOTS AfiO S 0E
Also, a lot of
Which will mske fins
j SHOT OVNSI
And which I will sell very cheap! Give me a ealll
NEW YORK CITY.
'yY'OUIjDaall particu1arttration totheir
JSfcvB'. Family Sewing Machines
which arejthe principal.Famlly Machines that make
the Lock Stitch, with a Sieaioht Naauti. The
Weed Machines have both the Wheel and Drop
Feed, therefore are suited to all kinds of sewing.
Prices correspond with those of other First-class
! WEED BE WING MACHINE CO.,
89) i M Broadway, New York.
Fall Slock !
NEW GOODS JUST
Main Street, ... . McArthur,
HAS Just received a new assortmeat of the latest
styles ef foods, which he will
Sell Cstapn tin tit Oksapssi la lawn I
An also havinej the best assorted stock of
O the Tinett and Latest Styles, tor
Men etnea. Boysl
I also keep
Hats and Caps
, BOOTS ECIS,
For. Ladies and Gents, and a lorg a variety ef
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
I alto keep
TRUNKS AND VALISES
Which I will sell to the public at the lowest prieet
tOT-The publio patronage Is respectfully
October 17, UtlT-Stn
! SINGER'S" -
This preparation applied according te direo
t oat ia . ,
Warranted to restore Gray Hair
to its original or natural colon its also acts op
en Gbst Whisxsu in the same manner.
It sot a Dti, and contains no coicaino
kiina, nor does it contain any deleterious
substance. It cleanses the scalp, promotes
the growth, and prevents the falling ott ol 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
For tlxo TOU e.
ggjrPrlnoipal Eepot, Ns. 79 Nassau
Street, New York.
BIN GEE k STRONG, .
Pkici $1. S9
The omlt Machine so perfected that entire
satisfaction is guaranteed or the purohase
money refunded. -
Where we have no Agent a sample Machine
will he sold at very low prioe, and a Local
Agent appointed, on tho most favorable
N.B. Send for circular. Traveling Agents
wanted. . 'Salary, liberal.
Ao Agent wanted In every town.
Bend foe; a. Circular. ".! -
?in'Irl Ar f.vnn . HI sTa.
VAMn J T it .
oei proauway, oiv xors.
June 27, 1867-6m
Fob thi MaeeiedI
Bent Fret in sealed en.
velore, on receipt of 10
Dr E. B. FOOTK,
: (author of Medical Com
mon Sense Book, 409
pages, f 1,60, tent by mail.)
No. 110 Lexington Avenue
Ig NOW making' better pictures thnn ever. Be
keeps posted in all the latest impoveraentsin
and nsea none bnt the "very bestlof msterialt. He
can Photograph any kind of picture!, enlarge them
to any siae, and color them in
Oil, India Ink, or Water Colors.
Porcelain PicturesFerrotyyes, Amlro-
and all other kinds" that are'wiadeln the largest cit
ies; aad keeps constantly on.hand ao taasortment of
AU kinds of
PICTIRES FRAMED TO ORDER,
Not. 14, 1867-tf
Wat dttdl hr tht N. H. 8ut F1r
Mid it now oncdd by th pulille to b 1
I (It vary bat Preparation for Hcttorinf I
Uray or faded Hair to ta orisinal colori I
mora ana uanarutr, ana wr urtuinf i
V ana vaauiimng tne nair. niairotj
. mm puuoDuua a run, aota boi
jv s(iiia auw uuvwa aui iv, aitaaa
, Cy. MimtMttriipcLiix,
J. K,. BARRETT te CO., Proprietor'
' aujrcHxtTxa, x. h. ,
For sale hv Dr. J. 8. Btkono, Druggist,
July4,1887-ly McArthur, Ohio.
Awarded ; at Gold Medal
AMERICAN INSTITUTE FAKIR,
October 19, 1865.
Ia direst cempetition with all ths leading
makers in the country. ,.
Pelonbet, Peltoa k Co,, Mannfaotuert,
RESPECTFULLY Invite the attention of purehas
ers, the trade and the profession to the follow
ing instruments of their manufacture:
Pedal Base Organs,
Five sites, Five Octave, one to three hanks of keys.
Bank, Boaewooa ana wainutuates.
tSTPrices $250 to fGOO.J
Twelve styles, one to four sets of stands, tingle
and double tsanK, posewooa ana wainui uasea.
tSTPrices $130 to $400.
Piano style and portable. Twelve varieties, from
(bur te six octaves. Single and Double Reed, Rose
wood arid Black Walnut cttca.
ISTPrices 05 to $20..f
V.yrt Instrument is made by competent work
men, from the bestmatenal, under our persoal tu
pervisi.n, and every modern improvement worthy
of the name is introduced in them Among these we
would call attention to the 1'KEMOLANTE, which
ha heert so much admired, and can be found onlv in
instruments of our own manufacture.
Krom anion (( the very flattering Testimonials o
eminent Professors and Organi s, we give the fol
The pedals l conceive to tie unsnprosenaoieln their
heantiful smooth aualitv. W. A. Kino.
It is a grand instrument, end -does credit to the
bmMor. H. C. Fowsa. Troy, N. Y. -'
They are among the finest instruments manufac
tured eiiher in this country or abroad. Wn. Bias, J
They have given rmiversal satisfaction. W. B.
Hawi.av, Fon du Lac, Wis.
There is a peculiarly sweet and sympathetic tone,
harmeniies charmingly with the voice. W.H Cooks
I am particularly pleased with the arrangement of
the dIHerent registeri.. W. H Bradbury.
No other instrument at nearly approaches the or
This instrument has a eiear superiority over any
thing yet introduced among us. flndependem, N.Y.
The tones and the action are excellent. Rev. 8.
Leavitt, Hudson, N. Y.
The moie we use it the better wa Ilka it. J. B.
Hague, Hudson, N. Y.
The two Bsn k Organ Harmonium is really a gem.
J. W. Hennicut, Beston, Mass.
We havelound them exbellentin all points costitn
ting a good instrument.- J. C. Cook, T. J. Cook,
It looks and sounds splendidly;--. B. '-axUn,Troy.
"The most perfect toned Meiodeon I ever taw.'
Guy F. North.
'They fall back on such substantial merits as su
periority ot workmenship, beauty of tone and rea
sonableness ol price, and we must tay that jn all
their respects thev are well worthy of praise,"-- IMu
aioal Pioneer, August '6). .
Every Instrument is fully warranted, and
Boxed and 8bipped in New Tork City with
out charge. '
Ciroulars. Cuts and Price Lists, etc-, sent
en application to
841 Broadway, New York,
Or to anp of our Agents in the cities of the
Union.. 43 ly
T"RWOrlP.aT'8 K0STHLY HAGAIIHE
XJ universally .acknonledgtd the Model Parlor
Magaxine of America; devoted to Original "tones,
Poems, Sketches, Architecture and model Cottages,
Household Matters, Gems ot Thought, Personal and
Literary Gossip including special departments on
Fashions,) Instructions on Health, Qymnas
tio Equestrian Exercises, Skating, Music,
Amusements, ecu all by the best authoru,
and profusely and artistically illustrated
with oosi ly engravings (full ilit,) useful and
reliable Patterns, Embroideries, Jewelry, and
a succession of artistic noveletits, with other
useful and entertains literature.
- No person of reflnemant, economical house
wife, or lady of taale, can afford to do with,
out the Model Monthly.
Single oopies, 80 oeats; hack numbers, as
specimens, 10 cents; either mailed free.
Yearly, $3, with a valuable premium; two
copies, $6 60: three oopies, $7 50; five copies,
$12, and splendid premiums for dubs at S3
eaon, with the first premium to each sub-
toijber. t&"K new Wheeler & Wilson 8ew
ing Moohine for 20 subsoribers at $3 each.
W, JENNINGS DKMOREST, . i
No. 473 Broadway, New York.
Demorest's Monthly and Young America
Malther,$4, with ths premium te eaeh.
A. HOBKID DECEPTION!
A TOVIf IADT IU0CKI1BLT DI0IIVID 1
Not long stnee, a yonng man sappotei U
poises good principles, hut no fortune of.
fered his bead and heart to a fair young
lady with snug little fortune of $50,000
The offer was fully considered, and finallr
refused, on the grouad that the young mast
showed too many years above the young
lady; thongh he was really but twenty -six.
Yet his finejsids whiskers and hair wert
tinged with an awful sprinkling of hoarr
white and gray, and fairly indicated
round score more of years than he had re
ally seen. To the young man the refusal
came like a frosty blanket in a sold night,
What was to he done? What could ba
done? True, his head came out from under
his "Fxlt" white as a coon after a snow
storm but must this divide them. .
At once he left the oity. Time pasted on.
end the young lady received another offer
No objection to the fine and beautiful lover
could be found. His head was PERFECT,
and his raven locks lad a most bewitching f
lustre. Due time was taken and the other
accepted; the day fixed; every desired prtp- '
aration made; the minister notiled, and
tha Ititnflr rlnnA ' tnnn .A.I-I..I......J
o rrf -
in matrimonial peace and triumph. -
Three balmy days parsed away, when tie ,
loving young husbsnd threw his gentle arms
around his better half by $50,000, and said.
Darling, what do you think of my whit
hnirs now?" Thejttartled and astonished
bride with uplifted hands, exolaimed, "Rot-
coe R , is it possible? Am 1 deceived!
Tell me quickly! I" The smiling, jubilant
husband roguishly replied. "No. vou are not ,
deceived. It la 1 vnn am wtvt 1HJ ,ut. f
owe to "Van Allen's Vegetable flair Rester
And thts'artlole we now offer you never
has had its equal on the American Continent.
We don't recommend you to play the obeat
by its mngio inSuenoe, but we do say :
1st It will positively restore tbs whilst
hair on the heads of the oldest persons to Its
original oolor and beauty,' while it often
brings out a luxuriant growth where the
hair is entirely gone, without staining the
2d People whose heads may have beoome
gray may readily have their hair restored
and their heads once more covered with
shining silky looks, and tresses never sun'
patted in beauty even in early youth.
3d Every disease to whioh the hair an!
scalp ave subject, finds a healing, restoring
balm in this preparation.
4th As dressing no one claims it hai
an equal, either In riohness of its nerfuma.
or iu tendency to keep the hair in its proper
Otb If you want white hair made heantU
ful as in youth, grry hair perfectly restored,
a uauurun neap, permanently cleaned, and
itching soalp purified, loose balr made fast,
in short, your head oovered with the beauty
of raven locks, and silken tresses, you have
only to use
VAN ALLEN 3 VEGETABLB JLitl
tSTOffice of the Proprietor, Ne. UTNamt
tTSold by all Druggist.
t-Ask for Van Allen'i
VEGETABLE HAIR RESTORER 4rT9
And take no other. -
ir not sold by Druggists ' in your town,
riot jioiiiqviu oe eent te VOU bv exnreaa
upon receipt of One Dollar by mail, tho
giving you an opportunity at once of testing
Address. C. L: VAN AT.T.T7W
. in mBB&u street, rnew Vers.
riv yuflaunravES,-Rev. edwad a. Wnson
A will send (tree of charge) to all who desire it, the
piescription with the directions for aking and us
ing the simple remedy by whioh i he was cured of a
lung affection and that dread disease consumption.
His only object is to benefit the afflicted and he hope
every saffererwill try thisprescriptioo, asit will cot
nething, and may prove a blessing. Please sddieta
REV EDWARD A. WITxilN.
No. 15 8outh BecondStreet, Williamtburg, . Xetk.
MARRIED LIFE.-Information and advice of
tal importance to the married of both aeiet, ia
a sealed envelope, can be obtained free of chars br
addressing the undersigned.
Kespectmiiy, James h. BUTLEB.
Julylt, 167 tU Broadway, N. T.
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Representative in t 'onirress J. T. WILSON.
State Senator J. BRADBURY.
Representative A. J. BW AIM.
Common Pleas Judges MARTTIf CBAtX,
Probate Judge JOSEPH KALER. .
Auditor W. K. FELTON.
Recorder JONATHAN BRINE.
Treasurer J. P. WINKLE.
Clerk of Courts GEORGE LANTI.
Shenft lOHN J.8HO0KEY.
Surveyor S. C STEIN BROOK.
Coroner WILLIAM D. HIUGIN8.
( W1LUAM CLARK,
School Examiners VH. R. Ba au;
) J. u. UoGauvaar.
Post Offices in Vinton County
Name of Post Office. Township. Post Ms star
Kiohiand J. VVilojx
Brown S. D. Egleston
Clinton - S. Isamlnger
Eagle Miles Badoliff
Swan I. Reynold
Elk J. N. MoLaugbU
Brown H. O. Harden
Clinton W Buneuthaw
Swan Wm. Taylor
Elk George Ft
Madison J. Will
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
ON and after January s, 18S7, Trains will run a
HAI L EAST MOST EXPRESS Mitt
Depart Cincinnati S.OOr.n. tOOa.H.
LoTfliana tu it T so "
Hamden s IT ' 11 ( A.M.
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