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O IIIK BIGHT. IS AI.WAYH MlM:illuNT.
K. A.miATTON, -
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Til Ult SPAY 'I Alt. 28, 187
Democratic State Ticket.
Allen G. Tliuriiiuii, of Franklin;
i Dimlcl . Vltl, t.f:llolmw;
i Mate Trciwurer. , ,
C. Fulton, 'l Crawford; ,
John MtKUvt-e, of Uutler; '
, tAttm vc'ij (ieneniL , ; 1
Frank Jl.'lltml, of Kuox; ' '
' ' V; itmc Jitlye, " ,', '
' . Thomas M. Key, of Hamilton;
' Comptroller of the Treetury, '
William Slioritlau, of Williams;
Alember, lUnmt of 1'uhlic Work,i
Arthur Hughes of Cuynhoga.
Common Pleas Court.
The Court of Common : I'leas in
and for this county, commenced its
March term on iionday, . the l8th.
Cases .disposed of-i , .
William B. Dennis ye. Eagle
Furnace Co. Judgment for plain
tiff against John lienner ana Mit
zer Uye, jr., for the sura of 3181.90.
Tho State of Ohio acainst Maley
Thompson, William Mills, et al.
none as ,10 ueiunuaui, iuiii&, auu
continued as to other defendants.
- Savilla rattersoc. against Wil
liam Gold et als. Proceedings and
assignment of dower confirmed.
Edward A. Uratton against Isaac
Uill , and Martha J. ; Uill.. Judg
ment for plaintiff for and
costs. ,. . ..... ; ,., t,. i,h -,
-,'. Henry Taple against Qeo. . Jiull
nt. fnr want, nf inrisriffition. the
. transnrint: not liavinc been filed
within the time prescribed by lawl
Jackson Wortman , and, George
Lantz against Joseph. )Y,alJace.
Settled and dismissed costs paid.-.
, Abraham Cnssill against Joseph
Wallace. .. Settled and dismissed-
costs paid. .,( , ., ..: , -c
ri inV ' ;. tS....:h ry
, iienry ietrs, uaiubu.vewMi,
Fntzee and Owen T. Gunning, sur
vivor, &c. Dismissed at plaintiffs
John Lowry against Cornelius
Karnes and John C. F.Brow.n. Dis
. missed at costs of defendant , Cor
,. nelius Karnes. . , f ;, ; !
Allred A Florence against John
Lowry. Dismissed at plaintiffs
costs. . ' ;
, Sebastino Gretz against. John
Dill. Settled and costs paid.
ScthN. Andrews against Sarah
.V. Andrews. ., Divorce cranted and
deleudant forover barred frbui all
right of dower iu lands now., held,
or which mav bo hereafter owned
by plaintiff. .
Mary E. Shurtz against John
Shurtz. Settled and dismissed at
delendant's costs. : , .
George Shurtz against Joseph
Cox and lien. i. Johnson. bctueu
and costs paid.
Winthrop Sargent n gainst,, Thos.
B. Davis et al;, trustees .Ve. J udg
ment for defendants and second
(rial granted.. .
The State of Ohio, against John
C. Garrett. Ni-lle entered. ,
The State of Ohio, against Dewitt
(J.Frazee. Nolle entered.
. , The State of Ohio, aguinsi Moris
Ferry Nolle entered. ,, ... '
, m The State of Ohio, against Arch
ibald Korria. . Nolle entered. ,
Maddux, Biothers & Co. against
J&mes NV Douglas. Settled and
aismisseu at uetenuanvs costs.
... zekial Kadcliff,. Guardian &c-,
, , aa-ainsti Lemnei Clark. ,. Harrison
; Lyle and William Clark.., . railed
nnd costs paid. ' ,, t-.
Henry C. Moore, against William
F. Felton. Dismissed.
Kaler.' ; Dismiflsed. i
Ileinline & Co. against the Vin-
i . VtiwnA an1 (rn irmnarv
I Coitlod nml Hitmiflcprl (?nRtt'T9ld.
UOlHttf MUX " i
Winnjy Loving against Patrick
Mardockv Dismissed at costaj of
plaintiff. ' ; .;) ' '
. . Winthrop Sargent against James
upUil a T CiUJVib nuu vauon tuuiur
Ine btate or unio against ADra
hom Wilber.':' Dismissed. '
Caroli-' Nolle 'entVd::'"' -
; 'James Doram against; 1 unanes
Whitlatch. Dismissed at ' plaint
iffs costs. !
The State of Ohio against lari
on Jacksoit Indictment for horse
stealing. iThe defendant-oun
guilty as charged in the indictmenr.
The State of .ObliCflniust . Jordan Ew
lug. liuliotniiit tor h'ow stonllu?. 'OTlie
(icl'cntliint found ptiltj as ehurjrt'iT in llio
The ahovo is a full report of
the , proceedings of court up ,v
Wodncsdayj tne 27th inst .jContiri-
ueu nexi weeK.
i i-i i i t m i " ,
i We publish in another column
of' our paper the?proceedings of
court up to the time of our going
to press. There are a great 'many
cases on the docketand we under
stand the intention now is to hold
court this and next week and then
adjourn over until the 22d of next
month.' The "contest" by which
we mean the contested, election
cases for our county offices which
has been dragging its slow length
along, will then be taken up.
There are other cases on the pres
ent docket also assigned for that
The Grand ' Jury of this form
were in session two days. .They
found five indictments.' They vis"
ited the jail of the county and re
ported it in good and cleanly con
dition. ," . . t :
In connection with court mat
ters wq must not fail to notice the
improved appearance of our court
room..'' It has been painted, newly
carpeted, , furnished with neat
lamps, and the entire arrangement
of tho room changed. Considera
ble taste and skill was manifested
in making it wear its present neut
and pleasing appearance.
.', We will publish next, week the
proceedings of court up to , that
.time.', .", ' ' '
t It seems that the high-toned gon-or-edito
rat-ical proprietor of the
mud-machine down street,' is now
turned out moral reformer of tho
fair sex, as his last paper gives evi
dence. He has been bo badly
burnt that he is, perhaps, excusa
ble for hating all woman kind;
and, then, it is 0 manly to attack
an unprotected female I Very
much manly ,
A Pitiable Spectacle.
j ,! A pitiable spectacle was' pre
sented in the House of Represent
atives' on Tuesday,, the 19th , inst.,1
by lliaddeus Stevens, of I'ennsyl
yania. ' While engaged in deliver
ink a most malignant and revenge
ful speech against the Southern
people a speech full of hatred,
uncharitableuess, , and teeming
wjth. passion, in support of .his. at
rocious, measure of. confiscation
he was stricken down by a visita
tion of, Providence, and compelled
to suspend, from, physical exhaus
tion, the delivery of his angry
philippic? The Clerk of the House
finished; by reading the execrable
document,, Out of ;this incident
the lladical press are endeavoring
to manufacture a sensational
scene, and declare that it resem
bles the last appearance of Mr.
Calhoun in .the Senate Chamber,
and that of t,he, distinguished Earl
of Chatham in the British House
of Lords both of whom delivered
speeches under the same peculiar
auspices. But in this case there is
ilothing to give it our sympathy or
interest. Had Mr. Stevens been
speaking, in favoi of truth, justice,
and humanjty had elevated senti
ments of noble magnanimity been
flowing from, his hps he would
have dosorvedthe kindest regards
for his misfortune, andvould have
had honorable mention in the an
nals of history. But, falling, as he
did breaking down with expres
sions of cruelty nd ; malice,, with
curses almost, in his mouth, toward
an unfortunate and helpless por
tion of his , own countrymen it
seems like a. bolt thrown from
Heaven, as a manifestation "of in
dignation against such .impious
and inhuman conduct, and such
rash and ungenerbus counsel. i It
6eems more like the blasphemer,
who is sometime stricken down in
the midst of his terrible impreca
tions, against God, and with . the
oath of defiance upon his lips falls
a cold and senseless corpse to the
; " Brick Pomjsroy, of the Ltt
Crosse (Wis.) .Democrat,, is .re
sponsible for the following: .:. . k
: .The most trusting" . woman in La
Crosse is one who says, she trnst9
her husband ' will have his neck
broken or be killed i in onei of Jiis
drunken sprees, i jThere's air angel
foryOU; ;:: v I - ::. ! -.;: ,'i
A gorgeously furnished drinking
saloon; is- an: illuminated advertise-
ment'of the railroad to hell. ) Fare
as low and. time, quicker . than by
any : other . route. ;.' Tickets tea
cents;! :: u:f f ;-ri, .t'-u :
i If there was a little bell attach
ed to the hearts of men so as to
ring eVery time i we did what. was
wrongj.'.this wouldi be a. musical
world, .'i .'.! . ..' !
A Truthful Remark from a Republican
'Io the Baited StatesNfseriaten
the 14thvin8fc.',""during the cptisider
ation of jlhe SupplementalllteQon
strucUoV bill, Senator vHaward, of
Michigan, In" the course of his re
marks, saiJ'a minority Govern
ment; jcould inot.'ytxisti inr-thie
countrv., lTroe, onlteekator'How
a rdT "Bu C(TrT" tliefaqe pf, such 'a
fact, w.hy is it that yc-U i.and your
;' Radical co-workers." jire striving
by all fhe power that Congress can
wield,, to keep the rein? of Govern
ment in the bauds of he minority?
According to your own admission,
the course now being pursued by
your party must result in wiping
out the very existence of our Gov
ernment', The whole legislation of
the present Congress has been to
take power from the .majority and
give it to the minority. , By placing
money and patronage in the hands
of their friends and disfranchising
their enemies, they seek to retain,
the control of the.Government, al
though greatly in the miiiofityr
' The issue is a simple one.' It is
for the people, to say, which shall
be wiped out,' tho Republican par
ty or our country. Let the contest
be fairly made, and if. the, people
want the country ruled by a mon
eyed aristocracy if they want the
favored few to lord it ovpr the op
pressed many let them voteith
arid for tho Radical revolutionists.
National Democratic Convention.
COLUMBUS, March 20, 1867.
; At a meeting of the Democratic
State Central Committee held to
day,the following resolutions were
adopted : - ' , ' ' . '
1. licsolved, That in the opinion
of this committee a Democratic
Convention of , delegates from
all:. the States should be
held this year, net later than the
4th day of July, and Louisville,
Kentucky,, is the most, eligible
place for holding the same, yet,: in
our opinion, May 7th is too.early a
day for the assembling thereof.
Nevertheless, if the other States
concur, in that; day, and appoint
delegates, pur Executive.;, Commit
tee shajl provide for the, selection
of delegates lrom; Ohio, ,;, i 1
, 2. ' Jieaolvetf,; That tk0 ;Chairmaii
of i this, committee ; communicate
the. above resolution, to the Cen
tral .Committees of -the. several'
States, and to the Chairman of the
National Committee. - ( ,,' ''
JOHN G. THOMPSON, Ch'n.
C. J. BEAM, Sec'y.
The law partner with Mr. Lin
coln for many years, Mr. Herndon,
and Mr. Lincoln's pastor at Spring-,
field, the two' being his most : inti
mate1 friends, and the best1 ac
quainted with his character, are
now 'having a newspaper1 contro
versy as to whether the'"" late la
mented President " was an H honest
man.'? The Reverend clergyman
Smith maintains 1 that the facts
stated by the law partner in regard
to Lincoln's old love transactions,
and his subsequent marriage with
Mrs. Lincoln; convict him of being
a very dishonest ' and ' unworthy
man. With the merits of the con
troversy we do not ; propose to in
termeddle' or to express an opin
ion', but it certainly detracts some
what from the character of " Hon
est Old Abe " that his two best
friends should have such a discus
A Remakkablb. .Watcu. A re
markable mechanical curiosity has
recently been constructed in Lon
don. It is a watch belonging to a
member of Parliament, and de
signed and made expressly for him,
by James Ferguson Cole, the cele,
brated London watch-maker, i This
uniqe pocket chronometer, has a
silver dial on which are nine hands,
indicating respectively. the hours',
minutes, and seconds, the-days of!
the.weefc, the days of the month,
the months i. of. the year. It cor
rects itself for : unequal i months,
that is to say, changes, when they
have . thirty and thirty-one days;
and also corrects itself for leap
year. ; It is so constructed that any
slight agitation of the watch, such
as the ordinary : exercise of walk
ing, winds ititip.r -Thus itmayibe
Worn or. years, without requiring
even to be opened although it can
be.woundiby.a, key inr the usual
manner. tThe dial is arranged in
five circles, and within, the largest,
the hour circle, there, is .'a seoii-cir-clef;
showing the moon's age and
phsweB .by means of:; gold' on a
ground of. bine steel. At the back
of the watch is a gold indicator for
ascertaining the time in .the dark
by touchi .The complication; j of
the. mecnanism may be imagined,
and yet the watch is of ordinary,
dimensions, and may be conveni
ently worn in a gentleman's pockf
et. It cost tbdl sum of three hun
dred guineas.! ' : ; M. !
A Dogberry in Legislature—A Call
A Dogberry in Legislature—A Call for the Radicals.
[Special Dispatch to the Cin., Enquirer.]
COLUMBUS, OHIO., MARCH 25, 1867.
x0ri thb1 21st of Febi-uraj. last, as
will be 1went De reference to page
21 of the present session passed
both Houses and become a law, an
act o amend eaototenj iof aa;act
e'lititled- l'an act for the puhishriient
ui tciiaiii uiiciiso mciciu iiaiiicu,
General Assembly- of the State of,
(M 'That section ten' of au act
. .i i
eniuiea "an acuor tnopunjsnmeni,
ofcerain offenses : therein named,"
Jassed'March 11831," took effect
nnejl, 183J, be so'amended as to
read as follows: ' ., '
Sico. 10. Thatjf 'any, persoif shall
unlawfully assault or. threaten ano
ther in a'mehaciiig manner, or shall
unlawfully strike or wound another,
the person so offending shall, upon
conviction thereof, be lined in any
sum . not 'exceeding ; one hundred
and fifty dollars, or'1 inprisoned in
the jail of the county not exceed
ing six months, and may be confin
ed in the cell cr ' dungeon of the
jail and fed on' bread and water on
ly during any portion pt such impri
sonment as the coiirfmay adjudge,
not exceeding ten days, or both, at
the discretion . of the court, and
shall, moreover, be liable to the
suit of the partv injured.
. Sec. 2. This act shall take effect
and be in force on its passage, and
section ten of the above recited act
be and the same is hereby repealed.
It will be seen that it repeals
section ten of the law of March 1.
1831, but contains uo. clause serv
ing the suits and indictment already
Commenced, and hence acts as a
complete amnesty, to all assult and
battery crimes committed before
the act took effect. In counties
where courts has been held, it has
acted as a general jail delivery.,
The bill was ( introduced in . the
Senate by Mr.' Tibbals, Senator
from Portage and Summit, who, as
a lawyer,' ought, to know that its
passage would act as a bar to the
punishment of the crimes named
in the law, and set freewill charged
with the commission iof.unlawlully
assaulting; or threatening another,
or unlawfully striking or wounding.
! :,If .Mf Tibbals were not a Senator,
and hence I an ."honorable," one
might suppose it to;be what law
yers call sharp practice; but' this
can not.'be the lacU. and if not, the
man has, written himself down .an
Ass,,in a,i.niaimer;that Dogberry
might. court.' i 0i i'.;,-t! .
h Our citizens seem to be imbued,
like the Graud Army of the- Repu
lic, with the military spirit. Seve
ral volunteer companies are, being
formed, embracing .many .jot. our
best citizens, . , . , ' ; '
i The following circular I , is being
distributed confident'allyi'.to mem
bera and; others of the African per
suasion. , la order to give it on air
ing, please publish, it, as many Re
publicans read the Enquirer for
news ia preference to their own pa
pers, and may, thus see it,1 who
otherwise might riot know what is
going on: ;. ..! ,i 'h....
passed March 1,' 1831' 'took effect
June 1, 1831- (S. a'nd'O., 428.)
Skction l.Be ifZenacted hi the
1 The Xntioiinl ili-ht.'lf reiltiewT to silver,
would eovcr ii inilroml track fto)n t'lncln
natl to ftio i runcliiH). .
IT a uiati were to count ut flic rate of one
dollar; iHT second, tor ton honr. a day, it
would take liiin ton years to count tho Stan
of our iN'atioiiiU debt. . ,
If every, man, 'woman nml tbild, bhek
and white,' old and young,' sav.ijfo ond civ
ilized, on the whqli'. gloln;, were to contrib
ute six dollars etu-h, it would jiaytheXa
tional debt, and uo aioro, '" ' ,
.. If al! tho farms and city and town lots,
with all their Improvements, In the whole
United States, uml all'tho Territories, were
sold' at; their appraised value, the sum real
ized would hot pny the National debt: -'
1'ortUe -payment of this debt there is a
mortgage on eeryfarm und homestead In
the wliolfc United States; and every man
who works too hours a day,, now gives the
proceeds ftf every .four fours' lubor to tho
tax -gatherer. " '
K'j4lTthisls be result of six, yearsofKe
publieun rule; for when Mr,. Buchanan left'
phe Presidential clwirho left the Govcni
inent out of debt, and the people more
lightly timH tllan any other people under
heaven Marlon Demoerut' ' S .
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
v Scarlet Crow,' the 'missing Sioux
6f the 'Sisfieton'bahd; mmt 'have
WrnmUted suicide,' ai iis "body va8
fdund 'on Tuesday 'hanging ear
the acqueduct, bridge, on th Vir
'gitiia' side' of .'the river, Washington
Oity:1 i j '":); ;'-"!';'' "
A resolution passed the' IIbuse
.Qnr.Tuesday(padjourn,a( noon on
;tbe SSthjins., unless, :speciairy no'
tifie.d by.the President,yenate and
Speakei pf the llouse- tQ reassem
bleinon jthe jirst. Wednesdays; of
May, ('June, ', September,' and, No
member...;' , '';"!.,..'
It is said that bvertpres tor arbi
ratiou, upon the" Alabama claims,
resented by fiix Frederic k Bruce,
ave . been jtingraciQusly received
ly Mr. Seward. '.". fJ' t:
','.ntt is. said that linflueCjes 'are at
work iii Washington' to cause th
removal ; of General oIcGrparty,
the Collector, of the ,, Second Dis
Probable Release of Jefferson
Davis on Parole.
Jt'.Wnshinirton; correspondent of!
the Nw: ork 'i'ine6 teiegrapns: ,
'T4e rresianC tnas-ueen urgeu
by prominent RepuoXrcans and oth
ora to rplpnso .TeffrDovis upon his
own recognizance, because there ii
, r m,:f ?ncf o Pliao i
uu in ub net i, uj vuici juj my i"r-i.i
hnlHinrr a ennrt in VintNllLl feW WS
military djifiHtv1, he doeuiing u
Deneain me uignny oi Mb0"1
the Sunreme Court to preside in a
district. under such.cqntrol. ..There
is good reasou for saying that with
in the next fen days, Jell. Davis
will be re" eased upon his own re-
cognizance, to answer wnencaiieu
upon." - . . ,
Why is a child whose" parent?
are both living, like a person who
rents tenement house? , Because
lie lias to pay rents (two pareuis.j
TO THE LADIES !
M ts e. b7pugh
BF.GSIoVto Inform, the public, thnt
the return of Sbrinir fln.ls her litepired
ai uru il, with a fresh and cJirtleto ntuck of
fiuc uuJ tashioiidJle
fler'ngstirtmpiit is verv full, an.l WiM be
cunstuuW) rf ilui)ibbsd through ihe eeuaon.
It tocbisls, U part, of ; , ;; , . ,
BONE i.U HATS, HIBllOXS,
Flowers, Feathers, . IJrcsx-
Trimmings, ; Corsets, Lace,
Barege; and Tissue Veils,
Belt and Velvet Jlihlons,
.Bonnet J'dks and . Velvets,
Crapes, Laces, Head-Nets,
Dress Buttons, d'C.
She purchase her Goods exclusively for
Cuh. thereby securing the best guodi at the
lowest prices. , Uavii.gin her employ atv
ernl experienced aaniiUins. slie w ill be abln
to i-xecule all order for new . work, or re
pairing, at thort notice, and in the latest
stylos.'. ". .i, , -. . I m!
PPiijIPT PAYilEM ' DESIRED,
Either 1 C ash or Couutrj' produce
' Call ami see her new Block. , rpar2S
"TWORD TO, TKE "PUBLIC.
1 O'enerat Agdnt; forthrs N'orthwest.' " 1
, l ! , iiJQIIN U.l'AUK,
mur.2S-C7-mo0. . Cinclnnuti, Qliio. ;,
3T A. ypufift LADy .ireturuing.to
her country home, alter a sojourn pf a few
mimhs In 'the fcitV,' nas hardly lecugnized
by her friends. In place of a coulse,- rustic
flushed la(, she had a soft ruby complexion
of almost marble smoothness, an .i,tisteaj
of twtnly-vhre..8hti really, appeqred but
eighteen.' tlpon inquiry as, to fie cause o I,
bo great a change, she 'plainly told them
and considered it an invaluable'.acquisitiun
to any l,aily' loikt. ,Uy its us6iany Lady
or Gentleman can improve their' personal
appearance an hundred fold. ' It is simple in
its combinatiorl, as'Nature herself is simple,
yet unsurpassed in. Its efficacy In drawing
impurities from; also healing, cletnsmg and
beautifying the skin and, complexion. .By
its direct action on the cuticle it draws from
it all impurities, kindly, healing the same,
and leaving-the surface as' Nature intended
it should be. Clear, soft, smooth and' beauti
ful. . Pice 81, Etol by Mail or Expresii, ou
receipt of on oider by
' AV. L. CLARK & CO.. Chemists, ,
No. 3 West, Fdyetta St., Sytacuse,' N. Y.
r Theonly'ArncTican Agents for lheeale of
the game::-: '..;-) .; o i ;.ma&j: K 1 v
Adininistratoi" NotWe. v , ;
NOTICE hereby' irtnV that Humph,
rey CI wit, adiiiinMtrator of the :t slate
of. Henry Edward,-late ; of .Yintoh. couuty,
deceased, bajs . Ued, his acaounts and vouch,
era for 'insbetibn'aud final settltrmedt, and
will be for f sniff n the lOtb day 6( Ap.
ti;L.'D.'im.'i-. j b:ui .'in r ioa !
marSSwJ i' ,-,JOS. KALER Fro. Jadge.J
BLANKS bTeSvery ,descriltfen?f
: tit thlii office. 1 :!i:.:
- an ."-. lf . --7 ' l.-lM.MM - A I. tin
lu ATVHC WOKUCBFttt. BEtELlTIUVS
MADE bV THECUtKAt ASTR0LOG18T
V-OMafluHi 'II.'A. lEltIttOO'.
r( - -
Blie icve ils secrets no mortal ever kiMW.
She robiuh s to happiuess those ' fctiofrom
dolpful events, cnias'riiph-s, crosws irl lov
looTotf eluiioTis ainTlrieudt., loss'iirinofiev,
cue, I Bvbtftoii.e ilpd-ut. ISlie bringi
liuuni iiiw 'Ji.g Brjiaii.cu, pin iiiiui-
mi ion lonci ruing nbant Irirnds r h rers,
r-a lures tJ' Stolen firo(rly, tells jt
the Lus'iiess om art bust qualified to pur
sue an J iu liiil;ou ni.l Us must wucattt-
fj, cuiiaes sneedr maihngca and tells you
the very ilny you wili inurry,' gle jolt tne
uuu.e, likt'iiela utia (.'Uaiaeieiiducs o( tne
peroon. Slit: reads yuur veiy lli,iujlita,. mid
b) hi r uln.nst Bii,ffuuUiral powers unteiuj
t lie Jark hii.l hidilt-n masteries of tjie future.
Fon (lie bU:s wt see in the firmament -the
mule fic stars (!it owercoine or predominate
iu Hie oi'iihguraliuu from tire specie
positioiia of the ulantU und .he fixed iUrs
)n llm licdvens rt the time of birth, the dc
uute ilir luture destiny uf mn. FtA not
to cousuit me gn iten stntiogisi oneuun.
I; coal you but u f..llo, and yon nuy uovsr
ajjalu luVtf so f.vuu'hle ao 'opportuni'y.
Coniultalioii fee, wi'.h Jiikeneas and all da
sired iiiioiiitiiiuu. SI. l'uriu'ir livhiz 1
distiuice eh"couult the .Madailte by mail
"VI til eifnal.'hh-ty and . salislactiuu to them
selves, us if in lerson. . A full'sud exilicit
chart written out, with alt inquiries an
swered uu l likeut-bB enclosed, ti-'ut' by mail
en ri-ci'jij of pine aliie, mentioin-d. The
btricteai i'cr'ejy be'maiuiained. apd all
corn'sptilidt-iice reiumed or destrmedi, (Let
eieuixa oi the highcti order luruished Uiose
debiting them, tV'rite ; plainly llm day of
tho itioii.ii and year in win h jou wen: bo.a,
eucloai" a small lirk of ha if. ' '
Address, M.iDiHE 11.1. PERRI&O,
maiyl I PiDiDrmr Ml, Bull'ilo. N Vt
, FIUST 1IALVY10AKLY' -
STAT 7 IMI ZE3 ISTT
treasurer and Auditor
OP VINTON COUNTY, OHIO,
rem tnu--' '
Hair Year endiii? February
IN eomplltince wltli tin net passed April
5th, lSS'J.by tho, General Assembly of
vinio,- to provide for tho bettor ri'ulutiou
of the receipts, disbursement, and aafe
keqilng ot the public reveuue : 4
NAME Or FIND. .. ,'.-.'-' J AMOUNT.
t-'otinty Ovcrdr'avh fii56 1,
Brldgo. ,;..,.,,r, ;rv;. . A . f 702.29 9
(v.tinty I'oftr.-'. y . i: . .1. . . ii.m i
Military throigh StjiW .-. . .
ftcnooi anu bciiuoi uoiiso. 7fii,j v
Towtisblp HadtTowirelirplWr.v.r'. 34,42 II
mmf'.t....,.1..-.......:V.1J?.): a-5 a
section, so.;, ... : -u.o3 5
Am't paid Sec. 29 Feb. (i, '07 , , 0
ney Note J,6Srt,38 4
Dal. Section W v.nv.S,v 2U5.17 X
Ain't paid StttfJAS' 18 nml 2U,
WtlkinvUle ami Sladlson Tps, '
JamtiiiyVU auO.Feb.23 ,'., 4:m.4 0
Bal.A'oJtinieiT. ItiUlef .Fiuul,v 0
Alipafil by jilb'tlees.'fluH ate;;. jClOO 0
Am t paid on Tavern Mceuso. ..... ;j2,00 0
,xnimi'thi'.ili 7.538.87 0
Deduct rhiney Tote. . 2,7U0,00 0
; t.l: W .
...Ciisli balance JjiJTreaAiry.;: -.11,8387 0
We, tlieaindersijcncdrTrensurer ami Au
.dUoCjOt. Viiityii,count'rJlilo, da hueby
.catitVilit; tin; foivjrotnjr. Statement is u
full und complete exhibit of the comlltlon
of the Treasury of Vinton county, Ohio, on
the last business (lay ,.of, February, 18(17,
hIkiwIiii; the-exact aiiiount of money iu the
Tivasriry belonging , to each pailivular
fund, together w 1th all other securltii 8.
Given under our hands officially, this 28th
day of February, A. D. 1S07.
DAVID FOUEMAX, Trcasilrc.
mar21w3 . ; :' ;.; t'"
Anburn; GoldenV Tlazen
. ? Mr and.5ilkn.C?urls.rf
1ft.l,U.JKl by u. iiKpf I'.-of, l)tiliEJX,
FRI&Ei:. LK ClltVIiUX. 0.i9, ppho
ti'in wurianltd to 'url tlie most ntriait "u4
i-tubburu hair of oiiburrex ioiowuv; r.nifUw,
or houvjr ni.ibf-lvq curio. ITub boon usbd by. tho
fanliioliubl of 1'iria and London', ' 1th tlie
mubt Krutilylu rastiltB. Does no injury ti) Uia
hair, i'riuu b 'niiiil.'nOHlcd nj iotpi I . 1 .
ltMttiv I'ircnVm mailed fresi AddK'iM
HKltCJtlt, SIIU118 4 CO., Clmmlits, ho. tti
Uierbt ,'l'wy; K. V., bolo A)jontn fo UL
United Siutcni I. i jiiurSly'v
i : ; I
2 o p ha
.FoitKemolflnff Superfluoiw Jtalr.
,'vTe thf ladie epcilly , tbU layalnbwde
pilatorj raoommandf ltaalf M.bein? n,tn)ot
iDtliypaxibl Hic4 to. femla,routyf ' awily
ppUod,4o fioVbmn or Jnjora tb akin bat
uuditactly oufria. roots. U m warranted to
remove Buperfluosa bair from low forebMub), or
from any fut of .tha body .' eemplatelyv totally
dJ radically extirpating tb Mme. UlrJg,tba
kin enft, moiotfa end fimrl,j Jsl U tb-on-ly
article uted by tba .Fsaaufc, isd ia.tW nly
rel,e2e3ia; depilatory, i axiMtBOtw'rir
oenu per pcl, iet nolp44,iJJt a V
drHi, on reoefpt'of ta erer, by ... , , .
., , BKRSSJt etlt;XT8 A CO.;XiwU
, lUiuSly..,.,! ; Iis5 Kivcr t.,Troy, K. Y,
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