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1? Linton Wrovd.
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IS. 'A. BRATTON,.
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may 'J, xmi
Democratic State Ticket.
I i '.- f '' Gocemor,
' Allen O. Thiirinan, of Franklin;
- '.. I.(tvtentnt-(iutfnivr,
Taiiiel S. I lil, I Holmes;
;j i ' Mate Treasurer,
C. Fulton, ol I raw foul;
. ,: . ;tt. ,S(al Avilih-i:
. , ,: Joliu ?lcKlvoe, i l, Htr.hr;
AttrfilfJ (;.; u.
Prank M. 1 turd, of Km.-x;
'" Thonia M. Key, ol 'Utimillon;
CmiiptrvUfr of ll.v Tifiotnj.
"Williaiu Shorlilan, il' Willuuiiij
- ' 3femi'tr Hoard ff Ivllk- ris,
i Arthur Hu;1ich of I'uyiiliogu.
' Subscribers rreeivin: their pa
pers vvith an 4,X'' marked opposito
their names, will understand thatl
lie time for which thi-y havo-paid
In pursuance of a suggestion of
the Democratic Stale Central Com
mittee, tin. Democracy will meet
in the different Townships in Yin
ton county, at the usual places of
holding election, on
.Saturday, th day if 2foy,
for the purpose of organizing n
"Democratic Chi" under the in
struction of the Democratic State
Ceutral Committee, the better to
defend and disseminate the great
principles of the Democratic I'urty,
nd to present to tho people, strip-
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ped of the sophistry and mwepre-
jeutations of our political enemies,
the grave issues upon which they
re called to decide at tho next;
Lot there be a full turn out.
By order ot the Democratic State
D. B. SHIVEL, Sec'y
Ex. Com. Vinton Co., O.
Vinton County Contested Election
Case of County Treasurer.
. Lv this case, Henry Heynolds,
Democrat, was the contestant, and
gave notice under' the Statute to
John P. Dunkle, Bepublican, who
was declared duly elected by the
canvassers of thy election, by a
majority of three votes. His Hon
or, E. A. Guthrie, held that the
Statute relating to such contests,
which requires the contestant to
give the contestee- written notice,
"expressing tho points on which
tho same, will bo contested,' does
not require the contestant to spec
ify the items of evidence he will
adduce in support' of such points;
aud that a notice which stales that
such election will Lo con tested on
tho ground that a certain number
of illegal voles, w ere cast and count-
Cdfor, and allowed to the contestee,
in a specified, elcclion precinct or
township, is sufficient, without giVj
inc the names of such voters
tho grounds of their illegality, the
Court holding the notice of appeal
and notice lo the contestee iu this
rnan o-nrid Tlio L'ourt :ilbO held
thattbe following persons Wfreil
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legal voters, so j.men oy jir. iv.-y-
nolds, for.caujC3 slated: Martin
Hare", not naturalized; David 0.
Uark, a resident of Athens county;
David M. Cooper, a resident, of
Athens county; Travis Lynch, u res
ident of Athens county; Wm..' il.
Jennings, a non-resident of-the
State; all of whom voted in Madi
son township; 'Richard Maley, not
uaturalifced, , and Malhew ' Ash, a
non resident'of the State, who vo
tmn, .Brown township; D. F; Snod-
grrsi, non resident "f the .Rate
who voted in Elk township: David!
voieu in owan ownMi.p, uo.ia.-.
LClark,a uon-resident of the State,
in SvratVtowtwhipl; and eomo
. i 1 Y a
three on four fcther illegal voter?.
The Cpuit'Keiahathe iiJof 'did
not thow who they all voted for.
Only seven of the above could be
deducted from the contestee, i fdfi
from the ' tostimW 'fihft ler vyhom
l'- . ,' 1 4 .i
they voted. These: seven taken
from Mr. .DunKle's declared vole,
reduced liU vote to 1203. The
Court then found that tho contes
tee, Dunkle, had proved six illegal
votes cast for Reynolds, as follows :
Patrick, Alahafley, of WilkesviUe
township, on the ground that it
was not proved by the naturaliza
tion papery that , said Mahaffey's
father was naturalized, that being
best evidence of fact ; Mahaffey's
sworn testimony was that his fath
er was naturalized when this voter
rnj tnn vniro r,i n rra V.nllPillm
Hunter, not a resident of, the State,
voted in Kiihland township; John
Webb and Henry II. Cotterell,
non-residents of the State, voted in
Vinton township; Amos Dunkle
and Wm. Young, non residents of
township, voted in Madison town
hip. Finding that they voted for
of a majority to Mr. Dunkle, and
Kiulinf liim ilnlv elected treasurer.
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The result of this investigation,
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snows up a great ueai oi niegai
deiil of illegal
voting, and the fact well known
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to our citizens that so many have
Keynolds, six votes were deducted,"''
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Iroin his declared vote, which
duced it to 1301, thereby giving two
nin off that could not be reached
by any process of law, so as' to en-1
i i.i.. in
-v, uuiuo vuv ...... .v.
timony, should be a warning to all
parties m the future, to desist iroin
these election frauds. Let our cit
izens, one and all, say that our
cjuutv shall nut te disgraced ly
-.Uvh conduct in the. future.
Case of County Treasurer. NEWS OF THE WEEK.
There V the melancholy certain
ty of another famine in Ireland.
Tho t.nl fitnn hnv f'.iilpit. nn.l tl't
intestine "trouble has made bad,
In the late election in Brooklyn,
Ilcnrv Ward Deecher ran behind
1113 lllhl'l ill i:i'-l. AlJli.vi. nun
Head-center Stephens is really
m raris, anu it is cnarneu mat, ne
is in occult connection with the
English Embassy. " '
It is stated that there will be di
rect railroad communication 'be
tween St. Louis and St. Paul in less
than a year.
i The ice bridge opposite Quebec
remains firm, and an attempt will
! be made, if it docs not move soon,
to blow it up with gunpowder.
' The Treasury Department receiv
ed intelligence yesterday of the
capture of J. M. Parkman, late
' President of the Eirst National
i Bank of Selma, Alabama, who re
, ccnlly absconded with one hundred
; and sixty-thousand dollars.
Sanford Connover, who figured
; so notoriously in the assassination
trial, has been convicted of perjury
and sentenced to imprisonment at
the Albany, New York, penitentia
ry for the term of ten years.
Beverdy Johnson is to appear in
the Supreme Court as counsel for
i West Virginia, in a suit with the
: old State."
j General Schofield has rccom
' mended the Street Railroad Com-
panics in Biclmiond to provide es
j pecial cars for the colored popula-
j General Sickles, on Saturday,
I compelled the liremen of Charles
t. i. t i i i . t.
ton, South Carolina upon a parade,
j t0 procuro ,;n,i reverentially ealute
an American Hag.
The war-cloud in Europe is pass-
jingaway. irussia nas bignuieu
J her acceptance ol the Queen of En-
glaud's proposition for a general
conference in London, to settle the
; Luxemburg matter, which will
: meet on the 15lh of May
LV"1 ' T !. Vnt
i licac's Omoba special says; Ihe
i0SJ. of ,i.e ,naii ,,artv ljetWeen Lar-
amle and Fort lieno is confirmed.
Three of thoir mules were found
dead, but the fate cf tho party is yet
General Augur is making all pos
sible preparations for the protec
tion of tho Union Pacific Railroad:
Trains nro now running regularly
on that road to the North Platte.
General Smith, with the Fourth
Regiment, left Omaha yesterday
for Fort Laramie.''-'
General Wessela, at Fort 'Phil
Kearney, 'reports that the principal
Crow Chief came to .that post on
. ; n i
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vouiafeet R commission to settle
repnr'ts'eirculated of their join
voted -igtherMoux in hostilities. . .
Nrond Times , whicli snyi its editor-.:-..
inls are likely to create animosity,
tho 15th, ami gave satisfactory as
! ts i ve tvhirnc onl oitnl t hnr f.iOV
luniuu ltuiivp vj. chili iiiub niv i
' iuo ioo image opposite mo city
((inbcej Is still lirra and Qvertif
y feet th"ickin'somo placet. Tho
attempt" to blow it up proved un
.'April 28.-i-Geimrnieiho(eld to-'
nnd its course can : nut longer
tolerated. ' ' ;". "
(ieneral Ord has removed the
State officers in Arkansas, and sub
stituted those of a military stripe.
Tho Towers to bo represented at
the forthcoming London Congress
aro Kiio-Im ml. Vrani'p. TJnssin. Alls-
trsa, Prussia, and the King of Hoi-;
land as lirand Duke ol Luxemburg.
Tho parties pledge theniselvo to
abide by-the decision. Will they.
The Californians w ho' were im
prisoned under military rule are
awakening to a sense ot legal reta
liation since the award of the Court
have, been commenced all
over the country.
The Kincof .Siani outdoes l?ris
i who is seveul v-threo years old, has
i one .hundred and ono wives and
A Great and Solemn Occasion.
tnat Uic room oi no supreme
' Court ot the L nited Stales.at Wash-
ic;. , on Fria.iy lastj a sccno!
i interest to those who care to
' was the application made by two
wvereteh States of the Union to the
ia.;higest judicial tribunal m the
-were the proper judges of great pol-wor-c
. ilical infractions ot the Constitti-
Tlio National Intelligencer tells
save any relic of our foimofCon-
stitulional jrovernment. Eminent
' inrkis .mil tt-ilp!iiPii vfro nrpsoiil
'juusts and s tates utn were preseni
ueiiiues muso hud. us . miaw ui
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I'll IIIt-M IlltJiV I (ill L 111 LI1VT hllCKb U,V.ifc'
stion that occupied tho considera-
lion of the Court. The occasion
counlr lo r,revent a gwat wrong
perrctrated on iheir people
hv tjie execution of eerlian acts ot
The Atlornoy-cenoraldid not ar-
jue tJie cor.slituuonaiuy ot uie
big compLined of, but contented
himself with denying the jurisdic
tion of the Court on tAVO grounds,
' technical and political. Before the
late war, the Southern Stele, and
Northern ones, too, held that in the
last resort the States themselves
on, and ol tne moao and manner
of reflrs. We have been told
that the war annihilated that re
medy ; it having, by the most sol
emn of all appeals, been decided
that States are not the final judges
in their own case. Ifthatisso, to
what tribunal must they appeal to
prevent unjust legislation, if not to
the highest judicial tribunal of the
country ? '
It'was one of the most solemn oc
casions in the history of the conn
try, and the decision of the Court
will be looked for with the most
l'arepa's nine opera nights in
New York yielded 30,000.
The . Northern Italians shout,
'Long Live Garibaldi, Son of God."
At a, late term of the Clay
County, Ind., Circuit Court, some
voung gentlemen were lined 5
i each lor laughing and whispering in
A man in Senaeca Falls N.Y.Jias
a piece of linen three thousand
years old. It has never been wash-
ed. lie hasn't worn it till this time.!
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A WAf fiisn joi.kxai.ist who is
often merry oyer his personal
plainness, tells t ! i i .- story of him-
self: " I went to a drugstore early,
the other morning lor a dose of
lor a sick ' friend. The
nitrllt clerk objected to giving it to
ml Without a prescription, evi-i
dentlv fearing I meant to destroy!
myself. -I'shaw," said I, Ho
look like a man who would kill
himself ?:' Gazing at me steadily
, ,r i
for a half minute he replied:"! don't
krrbw.' Seems to me if I looked
like vou I should le greatly temp-j
tod t nil ivC.lf : 1
ted 10 kill myself.
: A Gentleman's Diary of hi3
Witt's Temi-KK. Monday A thick
r . . . r, ,
iok; nw.-ieeing inruugn 11. luesuav
Gloomy and very. chilly : uuseas-
! enable weather. WednesdayFros
ty, at times sharp. Ihursday Bit
ter cold in the morning, red suutes,
With flying clouds, portending hard
weather. ., Friday Storm in the
morning, with peals of thunder; air
clear .y afterwards. Saturday
(jJleams of sunshine, with a partial
tliaw"; frost again at night. Sun
day r A.;&light south-western in the
Biorning; calm and pleasant at din
nertime; hurricane and earthquake
1 ;tfe"nniee wheat sold at t3,45 per bushel
is; Ht.i Louis, i on the 6th instant. This is
hijlier tliivn tho price ia the half famio year
' oill'l-i vl-.-ui . ' " -" ' J'';:;'1
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. , of n kind f
7ISHKS tc Inform the cl'izons of this coun-
J ty 'ha li iij iff xixtUty J i ( . :
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TIIK I1K!!T BRANDS
OF ALL KINDS OF
Staple Domestic Goods !
A So a full lim of
WOO LEX G 001) S I
Hiilc a full Kiipply of Uootn, Shoe, Iluta,
Clip, llar .wnrc, uuonnwiiro und (irotcrics,
nil of which i" bonuMut th. very lowest mm
kct prk'C. All aro invitfj to cull mill oxumine
lur liomiclvoi. myly JOHN S. II A W K.
:. it Sne of
ix Aid of the
asJiington, J). C, on Saturday,
TI(C ,llslitlllioll lor whOll0 b(M1, flt thiscn-
trpi-i- lm been cotwlu.wl, was fonntUd
PRESENT ATI OK
WILL 15K (UVKX, AT
lim nm (i'(li.'i.e:isc il Soldii-rs ami Suilurs,
iuiti will form iiuiicli'iH in iNtuUlisliiiig by
! ' i'"'!iiis here :ii oiitcil mi institution lur
,.,.,.. Ini)illtal Ami ediwatloiina cadet
Xi'v imjiils will fop received n-t .soon as
siillU lciit monies are raised by this enter
prise fo admit of It, upon complying with
This is unquestionably the fairest pro
portion ever offered to people. We sell
von an engraving at its value nnd deliver
hut once, .'mid give baek u portion of the
profits in prizes. And. also, jtlvu one-half
of all prxtits to the Institution.
Considering the immense outlay requir
ed in expenses, we etui only afford to do
this upon a large sale of lingravlugs. and
and e;dl upon ail who desire to add tolheir
volleetionsnnd at the fame time aid a good
purpose to give us their patronage.
1 ' llll. Mil VI 1 a I lllllll.'H.II 1 'ill fit III h
LIS T OF PRESENTS.
1 Tro.e's (ireat Ernest rian
Portrait of (ieneral S'ott in
the Ladies' Stairway ol the
1 U'.'Kl in (iold
1 Ureeiibucki' U. S
1 " "
5 ifl.i'HiO I'.S. Ilonds
pf i U, S. Greenbacks .
10 " 4i
1 . . 1G.OO0
2 liuildlmrlots lltli Ave. N.i. 3.135
1 Set Diamond Ear-rings 5(H)
1 Diamond l'in 5i)
1 Steinwav l'iano 1.000
4 Chi'ker(njr 1'ianos. (i00etich 2,500
2 3Iason & llaiiilin l'arlor Ur-
' Kan-.Sl.'Miij eaeli
10 Sewing Machines S1W each
MO . do do $75 each. .
20 Gents' Gold watches s?2ii0 .
20 Ladies' do do DO. . .
20 Gents' (lold Chains SlnOeaeh
2o Ladies' do do do do .
25 Silver plated tea eets75 each
1 Cents' saddle & Equipments
1 Ladies' do do
1 Hrewstc's Ihiggy
S Sets Harness S0 caoli
500 Subs, weekly Tribune $2 each 1,000
n0 do do Herald $2 each 1 ooo
500 do Harper's Monthly S3 each 1.500
500 do Atlantic Monthly 8:1 do 1,500
5uo do Nat'id Freemason SI do 2,000
1 Painting David the Harp be
fore SauJ 1.500
1 Painting Undine & Ariiuluo l.oiio
1 000 llaiulaonie Engravings i?5caeh 5 000
Engravings tothcanioiiiiiofSOOOtXX) H
be sod and all funds received are to be-depo-dted
JAY COOKE & CO.'S
First Xatioiicd.Jiank, of Washing:
, - - ,ton D. C.
flOW TO ' 0BTAf
j or,ier utour risk. Those,wihing Engruv
morphine jings sent must enclose ten cents in stamps
i to cover expenses, Ixrgo nmountB should
Resent indrafts or by express,
Orders may be eont to ns enclosing tho
money, from one dollar to twenty-five dol
In n lanirltirnn,! l.ffnr ni YiV PnQtl fiflifl
I "It'. .Llhl.
lZ$cft Mww lMntt n,uU
. For 2.00 a' Engraving ot a larger class and
For $3.00 an Engraving of larger class and
j . 3 wrtniente.
ForSloO an Engraving of larger class and
T, 'pJ;''vtiliCilt,,'s'1I. -l- .
I For $.00n spiendid Lnpravlngof larger
rlass and 5 certilkates.
j For $000a splendid Engraving of larger
Ha and ce tlileates.
! or 10-H) a spendl.l Kngravglngof iarger
i class and 10 certificate.
&.c. &c. &c.
By buying works of art in large quantities
we are enabled to gire to parties purchasing
from us, the same kind of engravings that
are fold in any store for tiie same price ; and
in addition, we will give a certificate which
entitles the holder toaa interest in the
award of premiums for each dollar invested
In the purchase. Address ail orders and
KENNEDY & CO,
38 Pen. Ave. Washiwjtvn, b. C.
Loci Box 41 mayitei
' To the Military Organization'' influencing
uie largest sale ol Engravings will be pre
sented a handsome Kegimental Standard.
Parties purchasing Engravings will please
advise the Agents to which Regiment, &c.,
they desirc'to credit the purchase. - Those
desiring to act at Agent will apply for in
formation. , ,...,--.- .1 - -ii .1, j.:
E. A. EHATTOX. J01IS MAYO.
bii ATro.if & nxroy
.T T O.KN X Y.S-A T- A W ,
AnlX ciV promiit UDtion to U legal bus
V iact attruuted to their, care in Vimon
mid kdjuiiiing ounliei.. nil03
Vinton County, State of Ohio:
Court of Common Fleas.'
Allkou Cc, AJuiiiiistriilo'r ot Wim Cox, Jkc'J,
Tho Viii'ton Cmioly Oil, .Mininp and Lumber
.'umi'ny , Defuudiiins. ' "
1MIE di ft-mtiuitit, The Vinton County Oil,
Mining ami Lumber CompHnyt nou-rcd-dunls
ot tho Suia f Ohio, will te notice
that the Buid pluiiiliii" h lilc'i a putiiion in M
court Kg-iinnt tlio aaiJ Ilia Vin on County Oil,
Mining and Lumber Company, dulondanU", tho
objci-. d prayer uf whioh is to rvcovor theaum
ol 'ja)aix hundred and oighiy-aix djl-
lamai.d twumy-five ufntf, with Intercut tliero
un I'rtr.i tho 'Jal 'l.v of lJiceinbor, 1S6&, lor
wurk ui d hibur of buid William C x, dcconMid.
aud fur money expanded ty 8uid William Cox,
at the hp&'iul iuataucu and re'iuost of aaid do
IcniluntN, aud for tho uss of anid defendants,
urn! iiiului aconlrti't nniJa and entered into by
and betwron auid Wiiliam Cox, dui-cufod, and
said defendant; ana thnt an attachment
been .-sued therein and a Portable Suwmill anl
Uirgigi the projerty ct taid dufendauts, atr
Tho defcndaiila are uotiflod to appear and an
swer fidd petition, on or before. m wcoka from
this dale, pr judgment aill be takon according
ly. KK'iWNS iv WII.DKS, ind
npl23w4 11. C. JUNKS, ltornic.
SStatk or Ohio,. )
OnifK or tiik Sko'v oir State.)
I. William IIknby -Smith, Secretary of
State of the Statu ol Ohio, do hereby eer
tify.that the lillowinn is a true copy of a
joint resolution passed bv the General As
sembly of llio State of Ohio, on the !th
dnv of April, A. 1). 1!7. taken from the
original roll on file in thlsotllce.
In testimony whereof, I have here
unto subscribed my name and
seal allied the Great Seal of the State
. - Ohio, nt ColumbiH, tho Oth day of
April. A. 1. lsr7.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
Secretary of State.
Kelntivo to an anundinent of the (.Vnstl
tution, providing for the extension of the
elective franchise :
IiC3ohed,ly.the General Anscutblg rthe
State of Ohio, (three-fifth of the mem
ber elected to each House agreeing 'here
to.) That it be mul is hereby proposed to
the electors of this State to vote at the next
annual October election upon the appoval
or rejection of the following amendment,
as a substitute for the llrst section of the
fifth article of flic Constitution of this
! State, to wit :
I Everv male citizen of the United States
. . . , I ..I...,
oi mc aire oi inroiv-uiie cur.", wimii.ui
. .. ... r.. . i.i ..V ..e .1...
nave ucen a resiueuioi mc niaiu em: ,i , .u
next preceding the election and of the
township or ward in which he resides,
such time as may be provided by law, ex
cept such persons as have borne arms In
support of any iimtmctloii or rebellion
against the jroveriunant of the United
States, or have fled from Iheir places ot
residence to avoid bein drafted into the
military service thereof; or have deserted
the military or naval service of said gov
ernment in time of war. nnd have not sub
sequently been honorably discharged from
the same, snail have the qualifications of
hii elector and be entitled to vote nt nil
Speaker f tho House of Kepresentativcs.
ANDREW G. MtlU llNEY.
' President of the Senate.
Tnssccl April C, 1S67. nprSinO
To restrain from running at large certain
animals, w ithin the incorporate limits
the Incorporate Villago of HcArthur.
Sec. 1. lie it Orilalntil by the council of the
Incorporate Village of McArthur, That
shall be unlawful for any person or persons,
being the owner, or having the charge
anyhorses,nitiles,cattle orsheep.to sutler the
same to run at large within the corporate
limits of the incorporated village of Mc
Arthur provided, always, that this ordi
iince shall not apply to milch cows found
ai large uu riuj uay nine.
See. 2. That the .Marshal, limtin'r any
auimals mentioned in this ordinance
larrfo within the incorporate limits of said
village, contrary to its provisions, on view
er iiitoriiKitlon. shall take up and im
pound . the same forthw ith, giving notice
thereof to the owner, if know n, and If not
know n, by posting notices describing such
animals therein, in at least three public
places within the Incorporate limits ot said
village: nnd if. the owner shall not appear
mid claim his property, and pay all charg
es for taking up, advertising and keeping
the same, within three Hays irom tne date
of said notices, the said animals shall
advertised, by posting up notices in three
public places within said village, for ten
days, aud sold to the highest bidder.
bee. A. That the marshal snail, alter de
ducting his fees nnd costs, pay over the
balance arising from the sale of such ani
mal or animals, to the Treasurer of said
village, who shall keep the same subject
the order of the owner or owners of such
animal or animals, for six months from the
sale thereof.. And if the owner or owners
of nnv such animal or animals do not call
for the money arising from the sale of such
animal or animals, within the time specified
iu tills orUiiinr.ce, the said money so aris
ing, will rero to said village. m
See. 4. That tho marshal shall be enti
tled to charge and receive from the owner
or owners ot such animal or animals so im
pounded,' the following lees, to wit : For
taking up and impounding each animal
the horse kind, or mule, one dollar; each
head of cattle fifty cents; each sheep
cents; advertising nny animal or animals,
seventy-live eents, and also reasonable pay
lor keeping the same. -- '
Sec. 5. That the slngulafor plural num
ber of the word "animal" .and 'aniniale,"
shall apply to both, and the word person"
and "persons" shall apply to both natural
uud artificial persons. - '
' WILLIAM MARK, Mayor.
'Attest: E. A.Hui-bekt, Recorder.
April 22, 1807. ' .
Sisson's Drag Store,
Is tho placd to buy puro medicines, pure
liquors, , Hue perfumery, and toilet articles
oils and paints of every description, tobac
co, snuff aud cigars of the finest quality,
at tc very lowest rate!.
'i.i:' ' :;! r i' i'i)"ii;!M;.
Something to Wear
Misa Flcjla .ilcl"LuiatY-oiie of the fair.
'liaised arent muss because she'd nothlujf
Such woeful condition we're sure nil roust
To be w Ithoiit clothing and live Iu4a city !
But if she had known our friend RICH
MAN up street.
In clothing superb she could have fitted up
Not exactly the garb that her ex are wont
But better even thus than that she should
go larel - .
To the gents of our county w c would say,
one and all, :
For your clothing, fail not to give RiCIl
In price he'll suit you In stjlf and iu
For all other establishments he "lays ui
His stock of hats, cap?, boots, shoes aud
trailers, all told,
In this market, so cheap, he'er before have
He has ti unks and valises.cravatsand neck
ties. And all else in his line that good taste
Then live, him a call, nor wait to b told.
That his good- w ere all purchased with sil
ver am! gold,
Which enable him now to or.t-sell the
In coat, pants or hat, even down to h Yeal.
j lJenioinber the place: iu Dais' Block,
i Just our door cast of oi:r friend John S.
CAPITAL, - - - iji 1,000,000 !
DinEcroits: Thomat Slivlcck, I'res't; R. M.
Biftanp of K M. Bishop Si Co., Tlioo. Cook of
lturkor, liar te Cool , Jusi ph t'.. Bullur, 1'rea'l
l.utujotte Biiulc, L it. Hull, of Vddy. Hull A
Co., I. K. WiiiHlnw, of Window A Smith. C.
Pule, of C. Uulo & Ccleinun, Adol;li Wood, of
Aduliili Wood and t.'u. Jnlm Stilllito. ot John
Hhillito a: d t o., A. U. Ilullnck, of A. I. iml
look and Co., D. T. Windrow, of Woodrow,
Mourn aud Co., Allen Coliiur, !' Juhn Swam,y
Co., L. A. Harris, Mnyot of '. inclunali, .lanua
(ileen,of Wm. (Jkiir. ar,d Uoua, W. Hjrou
t'.rtpr, A'f. S.c'v, W I. IStratton, Surveyor,
W. II. Catilly, Vice l'rej't, W. M. Richardson,
JaLunry 1 ,1367.
Cash on liuu 1.
U. S. Bonda, 7
(.'.Oil Sftfr 5'l
S i'JO 00
i M) 00
14 S'U 0
Debts Stcnrfd ,
l!oii-l, Mul tgi '--s, and Secured N toi.VJ.'iriJl IA
Lobcs Unadjusted, ,- -All
Net AsKets, ... - 11,140,5 2 S3
WM. Ii! VWld, Apent,
Mc Arthur, Ohio..
Niuiscniund Sueci Potato
DR. A. L. WOOD,
Webster, Scioto County, O.
HAS for sale a lnrge quantity of Nonse
mom! Sweet Potiito Plnnts, early To
mato and Cahbuge Plants, dtc, which he
will sell ns follows, Svvert Totsto flams,
500 82 00, 1,000 83 50, &00$l5 00, 10,000
128 00 Tomato Plsnts, best varieties, one
dozen 35 cents, three dozen $1. me hund
red 62. Tabbnge ulants, very best varie
ties, pei dozen, nO cents, 3 dozen &0 cents,
100 fil. Lute varieties, 100 thirty-five cis.
1,000 $2 00. All ordcis promptly filled,
on short notice. Plnnts sent by trains
either way. Money sent by mail, if mailiii
by the postmaster, in sums oi less hun $10,
ut my risk. In ordering plants, be particu
lar as to directions . writing names and pla
ces plainly. If you send by Express, direct
to Webster, Scioto county, O., if by mail,
to Iron Furnace, Scioto county, Ohio..
' Hovi. g been long engaged in this busi
ness, and having made myself thoroughly
acquainted vrlili it, I can guarantee that I
will render satisfaction to ull who may fa
vor nic with their patronage. Orders solic
ited, end 1 will commence filling them on
the 1st of May. A. L. WOOD,
Iron Furnace, Scioto county, Ohio,
IN pursuance of an oider of the rrobate
Court of Vinton County, Ohio, made oo
the 17th day of April, A. D. 1867, in the
case of II. C. Jones, Guardian of Edwin
end Walter O McBelh, against his wards,
the undersigned will, on ihe 27th ds of
May, A. D. 1867, at two o'clock P. M , on
the premises, offer at public sale, the fol
lowing described real estate, situate in Vin
ton county, Ohio, t? wit,
In lot No. (178) one hundred and seventy-,
eight, and (28Veightefu feel off of theeaat
side of la lot No ; (177) one hundred and
seventy-seven, in the town of McArthur,
us said lots are known'and designated upon
the recorded plat of. said town. .' .'.
Terms of Sale One-third cash on the
dnv of sale, one-third in : six months, and
one-third in" one year, from diy of sale,
deferred payments to be secured by mort
gage on the p:emises sold and to bear ii.
tereatat the rate of six per ciot. per ail
num.i. : , i '
- Appraised at tV7 16 66. '1'. .' ' '
. II. C JONES, Guatdian - -of
Edwin McBeth and Walter 0. McBeth.
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