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B. A.BRATTON, . :Editoh.
SP I M . a - .1 . "
THURSDAY MAY 0, 18(17
Democratic State Ticket.
Allen G. Tliartuaii, of Franklin;
Daniel S. Uhl, of Holmes;
C. Pultun, ol Crawford;
eVobJQ McElwee, of Butler;
Frank SI. Kurd, of Knox;
Thomas TO. Key, of Hamilton;
Comptroller of th Irtotwy,
"William Sheridan, or Wllliumi;
Mtrribtr Board of ?ullic Wort,
Arthur llutflies of Cuyahoga
Democratic State Ticket. "X."
Subacribers receiving their pa
peri with an fcX? marked, opposite
their namee, will understand that
the time) for, which they have paid
To Campaign Subscribers.
Hie "signs of lhe times" portend
that the coming political campaign
will be one ol'lhe most stirring, in
Ohio, at least, that wo have ever
passed through. In order that the
voting public should be able to
cast their ballots knowingly, and
deiend the' glorious principles of
the Democratic party, it is essent
ial that they should thorough
ly, post themselves on the is
sue's of the day. There is no bet
ter way of achieving this object
than to subscribe "for the Secorl
for the campaign,-, We will send
the Record from' Viow until after
the fall election, fbeiug over four
months) for he small sum of forty
cents. Send along the names and
.money. . Now is the time to sub
scribe! ., . V
The Coming Campaign.
The coming fall campaign, and
ata result, will be an important
event in the annals of our State.
To the great national issue, involv
ing a conflict between the Govern
ment of our Fathers the "Farmer
Republic," with its perfect system
of checks and balances and :a
consolidated nationality, the dis.
linguishing feature of which is
power in the hands of a few, is ad
ded the issue - in which our State
alone is directly concerned of
Negro Suffrage. The Republican
party has been steadily drifting to
this point. At least one-half of the
legislation of the country, for the
past six years, has involved the
African. The Radical party rode
into power on Sambo's back. And
now, after years of equivocation
and lying upon what they proposed
to do for Mm, they have made the
direct issue, and will go into the
campaign upon the question of al
lowing the . Negro to vi to in the
State of Ohio. They have steadily
denied that their party ever looked
forward to Negro Suffrage. Step
by step, they steadily advanced to
wards their object. They forced it
upon the District of Columbia
against an overwhelming express
ion of the people against it, and
their ever-ready excuse and apolo
gy was that the District was a nest
of traitors, and the vote of the loy
al African was needed to support
the" Government. They forced it
upon, the Territories against the
wishes of their .people ; but they
did not dare to defend , their con
duct on the stump or by their press.
They were silent as the gi a ve be
fore the people, whose acquiescence
in every act of tyranny perpetrat
ed during the war, one would think
would, have given them courage to
frame $omu kind of an excuse. . ,
: They finallyamong other acts
-ft oppression forced St upon the
Southern States. The more timid
put it upon the ever-ready ground
of "loyalty." Rut the Naders ' of
the party everywhere have thrown
Off tho mask. "Manhood Suffrage,"
they now call it, and defend it on
the grouhd of right. The Radical
leaders have forced the issue upon
this State. Shall the white man,
who has ruled this country so long
and so well, ttlmit to fellowship in
the administration of government,
a race, which he knows, by long
acquaintance and observation, to
he inferior in every attribute of a
The Democracy will meet the is
sue with the confidence of certain
success. They have placed their
ticket in the Held, and, at its head,
js one of Ohio's purest and ablest
sdns. Never has the prospect been
brighter for the triumph, of the
party. From every part of the
country comes cheering news of
Democratic successes. Connecti
cut has raised the standard of Con
stitutional liberty in New England,
the stronghold of the enemy. Ev
ery where, East and West, the De
mocracy have swept everything
before them. And so it will be in
Ohio. Negro Suffrage will receive
its quietus by an overwhelming
vote, and the party which enters
the field in its support, must thare
Pendleton for President.
Some of our cotemporaries sug
gest the name of Mr. Pendleton
for President in 1868. We second
that motion; no man could be more
acceptable to 'the masses of the
people. Surely the Republicans
could urge no material objections.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
There was every probability yes
terday, that summary punishment
would be dealt to McMinuiway.the
murderer of Johns, the telegraph
operator at Gosport, Indiana. A
mob had erected the gallows lor the
,'i'lie Kenton (0.) Democrat is out
in a leading editorial in, favor of
George II. Pendleton for President
of the United States, as the nominee
of the .Democratic National Con
.A strike of the molders occurred
yesterday at lronton. In a fracas
with some of the men who contin
ued at work, one of the strikers.,
named Charles Livermore, was kill
The official dispatches received
from the Mexican Republic Gene
ral Diaz represent the Imperialists
as utterly defeated and disorganiz
ed at all points. Maximilian is
said to be a prisoner.
The Empress Eugenie has had an
attack of illness, it is rumored, on
account of a scandalous pamphlet
sent to her by Rrabro, the Spanish
Minister of the Interior. This vile
publication purports to give "revel
ations" concerning the early life of
the 'Empress. ,
There was another riotous demon
stration in Chicago yesterday by
tho eight hour work-men, which
was quelled by the police. The
military were kept ready in case
General Wilson, commanding at,
Lynchburg, Virginia, has prohibit
ed C. Rives Pollard delivering his
lecture, entitled "The Chivalry of
the South." This is one of the pet
tiest of the many petty specimens
of military despotism.
Governor Wright, the United
States Minister to Prussians at the
point of death.
A. negro named Stephen Smith
owns seventy-five houses in. Phila
delphia. A young man employed in the
rolling-mills at Bethleham, Penn.,
has fallen heir to an estate valued
General McClellan and family
are expected to return home dur
ing the fall. Mrs. McClellan is
said to bo in very bad health.
Juarez has declared all foreign
residents ?f Mexico outside of the
pale of protection Mexican pro
tectionwhose Governments rec
ognize that of Maximilian.
The late decree issued by the
Emperor of Brazil provides that all
slaves shall be free at the expira
tion of twenty years, and in the
meantime all children are free from
Mrs. General Gaines is building
a residence near Central ;Park.
which is to be one hundred and
fifty-four feet in length by nearly
one hundred in breadth. J'he cost
will be nearly two million dollars.
The distance from New, York te
Sacramento by the railroad route
is 3,129 miles, of which 1,887 have
been completed and. r, no w in
successful operation, leaving but
1.252 miles yet to be built. It is
confidently asserted that this gap
will be filled up within two years,
i A long limo ago, a little boy
twelve years old, on his way to
Vermont, stopped at a country tav
ern, and paid for his lodging and
breakhst by sawing wood instead
of asking it as a gift. Fifty years
later the same boy passed the same
little inn as George Peabody, the
banker. . '
A telegram announces that three
negroes from Alexandria are
among the jurors in the United
States District Court in Richmond.
The1 negroes of New Orleans
made a riotous street-car demon
stration last week. The matter has
gone into the Courts.
The registration of negro voters
commenced in Memphis last Thurs
day. The lace trimmings of a dress
lately finished by a Boston mill ner,
for a New York lady, cost alone
The municipal election of New
bern, North Carolinawhich was to
be held on the 6th of this month,
lias been forbidden, and p complete
Bet of appointments made by Gen
A stay of execution in the case
of the infamous Sandford Conover
has been granied.
The negroes in New Orleans are
taking advantage of the present sit
uation with a vengeance. On
Sunday they took possesion of some
cars appropriated for women and
children, and at night thev at-
tempted to force themselves into
the dress circle of t he Opera-house.
A Mystery SoLVED.-DanielBrice
of Marrietta disappeared nijMeii
ously in August last eight months
ago. He was out peddling, and
the lust heal d ot him was on tho
15th or 16th of that month, in
the upper part of Meigs county, un.
til a few days since a letter was re
ceived at this office, stating that the
remains of a man, supposed to have
been a foot pedler, had been found
in Orange township, in the edge of
the woods near the fence of a
wheat field; thought to he the one
Loked for by parlies . from Mariet
ta in August or September last.
The remains wore very much de
composed, but were recognized to
be those of a man by the skull; lsov
vest, pants, shirt, socks, Loots, etc.
Mrs. Brice went down, and distinct
ly indpntified the remains as thote
of her husband, by a comb, a pock
et knii'e,tho clothing, his memoran
dum hook, and a piece of handker
chief, on which were the initials of
her name. No pocket hook or
money' was found. The remains
were taken to Marrietta and, interred.
tW Gen. Pope has snubbed Gov.
Jenkinb of Georgia, rather severely.
The Governor has been advising
the people of his State not to take
any part in reconstruction as Con
gress marks out the way. General
Pope informs liim that, opposition
to reconstruction bv State officials
will not be tolerated, and also tells
him that there is authority for mov
ing 6uch men from office. The
Governor, however, knocks under,
and promises to behave himself
better hereafter. Dayton Journal.
JaTlIoris. II S. Hnndy ant Elijah Glor
er are, we leurn.AHpirants lor (iutiornatorinl
honors, at the handa of the Republican party
Irom this puitiun of the State.
JSTThe member of the Peiirylva
nia Legislature get $1,350 cuch for 'their
winter work. '
tiS"0a Wednewluy a aevere hock of an
earthquake was felt at l Joeepli Missouri.
" The advertiser. In. vu g len a reaixred to
health in a lew we k b a very Minlr
rnneily. alter having suffrreil lor e eral
yeara with a severe lung bOeciioii. and dial
mead iliaeaae CoiiMiuiptioi t anxii ualo
make known to his If HcwsufiVierH tl.e
means ol i ore.
Tii all who d--iie ii, he will send a va
o' the prew ripiimi ued (Irre ol rhargej,
with tl.e dirt-ninn lor premrii'g and uimg
the atni, which they will Gnd a aiirt cine
tor Consumption. Anhma, Bioi.chiii
Coughr Coldi. and all Tlno-t and Lung
Affrction. The on y ohj- ct of the advrr
'ir in n-cding the ( rf M-riit:on in to l m
fi the affltte.1, and n-ai infirmatioii
whii h he oniceivra lo he invaluaulr, ami
he hojief , very M.lfrier wi try bin leincdy.
lib i'-will cAtii ihein no'hinit. and nmy prni
a b.e-iut;. Fa i lies wmhiwa e po"ciip.
t"ii, rBf.i', b- rrtiiriiiui.il, will jj lease ml
KLV. EDWARD . WILSON.
m9 . ' WilUdiiifbnrg Rings cu , N. Y.
Johi. Bilker, plain. iff, i Beli.ra J.,n.- JlcOta.
ag Ut ' yJ.r. vl E. gl Tp .
Jaeta'k. defendant.) Vintir- cinm .
ON lhJi!b day of Aprtl. IT, -nM Jne'iee
trruid an older of attaolimtut In tha above
avllort fur lha m of Fort lMO.ru. . i !(
jApril W, mylwJ , JsllN BAKES. ,
NEW GOODS !
Hands c mo and Cheap as
Great Reduction in Trices!
URGE AXD .'.MUD ASSORfUT
STAPLE &7anc7dBY GCODSI
. BT B T B CIIIES
Boston, New York & Thila. !
rTIOI I 11 ATI UK j0! ( CALLS!) TO MT
ST' K OK GlM.HAMN I'R N 18. U-1 IN8
TI'X.'NO.tUMKS, COTIONAUr.S A...
Bought at the Lowest Cash
l'rices, and will be told at
a small advance on
MT INl'lBI MOCK Hori.HlD AT MICI4
As Low as the Very Lowest 1
I ALIO I Kir CONSTANTLY OH HAND
A Large Assortment of Ready
wli'ch I Mill twenty perceut. vhanpvr than any
uili r houwhiht wat. I am alaoiu rec.iii.oi
UruH r. ick of
lilvli 1 oil. 11 olioaovr lliitfi b. ulicaptwl,.
Nails of Every Description,
aud of ' lbs html quulhy. st ni-ai p iis.
J. K. WILL,
IM ItiilaVn Ne Buiui-.g.
m9ni8 Oua dour wart or ilia C- urtlli oto.
Aduiiulstrator'g Sale of Iteal Es
tate. IN pureunnca of to older ranted by tlw Fro
bii Court ul Vinlmi ccuiity, Ohio, 1 mill
n .Jux , r ,orr
0n the 10th daV of June, 1S67 ,
vRtir iui talc, at pninc AUcMnn;
al in o'vhck, fureutiou, of uid day, uioii I ho
an.iM.-i, the fcliuwing dKTibud ral ts'ale,
ri.a.ile in Ilia raid count of Viutoo aod Mats
or Obiu, to wit:
Ueina- part of Sectiou Numhor li. Tnwnnbip
Nixi.bai 11, and Kaii( Nmub-i H. cuihiimiiu
ig at the iiorlhwai-t i-orner ol' raid ftcili'ii;
llimita inuuinK eaat 25 oh. inn; tliance a tt h 4i
uliwn ; ibcnc wert V5 oliaina, lo ' hacmi eruf
Ilia went lino of aaii mot ion; tbence nurtb to
tliu m m( liejri'.nhiK Ointamiuir 106 no ea
in. n or low, aioept Ilia n.lli.wi.i arcvl ot
luii.l aild ly ilaaaid Izra I'lnniy . in Ins li'e
tiim lo lint til i'liiniy. Imin(f I'iti ot tlmnln.va
J, jrih)-tl truot to i : Cuininf, ci' ir at point
i.e l.ni.d'eil aud taelit) -e-glu tod- m. mil hi
ilia i ortn-t oornur of am aciiiii; tlieuia
m.u h 40 rods, aiuiitflhe wci-t linn . f ,.i.l sc"
'.i i ; thtnve ohht- 29 r '!; tln-nou In a nor b-wi-tiurly
utitC Itiii o tliv piano ol itimiilig,
von 4.1.1 nig linen aoio aid rlvo t-lgii.ti ul mi
nun, un. a or li'n, uihI h living ot' ti.e liin.l flr-t
ulmiv d-tril)eil one bull. I tv I nnl in d ill
ig'Ks aCitt. HK.rt or I iw S..id .r. i.i li
mil i-llhj. . t In lir d .wer i f Mm J 11 n n jr M-i
uwtl ibe wihl tin. I'l my. d-e aud u ign. d
hy niolur an' liu..i d-ui. I.. un. i-, wit:
f.r y ten a i.ii iIih iiii i li on.l l Midland
ulivu .ioM.'riln'.l, huifiiiini g nt I lie minliitia
O Tlir ol a id l.i id-; ill i on ea-l 'ii uliiiinc.
ilicii'j ai'il h 1" oil till- iliou a acat 'lU cliai fj
ilieivo in. rlh kiXlcoii vli.una to llu plucu ol bo
gi nn g. .
. .ii uiei'd .t ff 7" H on; i ba . M fi- not IW
lliuiiiw Inr a id' 'he uiir.ind V lue.
' 'la m.f sula: U3. III.. I In hud. una llilnl
'.In onn eui a i ua ibir l iu two yuan IV. m ihn
my i. ral, alth Innics' ; tl.e .luf-'t. rl p.y
nioi.ln lo bo Uicured ny n i.r g g- U n (h p am
b-ei.ia.ld. IAVI) KEr.lON
in5 Admr of Kzra I'uiin y d-cn. d.
Administrator's Sale ot IN'itl l'.w
tutu, liy Order of t rolmte Court.
IN urMiaine i l mi ordw ot the Ir.b.li)
i-urt ut Vinu n ount) , Ohio, iu ma diiec
ul I will . ffor lor alo at pubiiu .uc'iou on
Monday, June 10th, 1867,
al ue ovlovk p ui. ot an d diy upon ihi pram
1ms xirudittd in ilKt-hvillo lotiiphii, V iut n
looiity. hio, tb Iclloaii g doi-crib.-d ruu) a
We. in i. : It my aun-a i.tt the son n aim of
tlu aast hull' of ha aoiulieait quaritr ot Soc
ti.'u Nuiunt-r Hix in Tiwul.ip ft-jtnber Kignt,
i.f Ki' go ulllbel bixiteii, cum. ii.ii.jj Ktvto y
f It uvra. ,
ft'.nil..il at ha num of f. ur hunjred and
Miriotii ddlu'H ai.d tlinty lhp ai.d na third
cvti1. an.l in hk! a, 11 i. r two thirds ot'Oiat sum.
ferniaol bale: one-tlurd carh in haii.l. ono
'liinl in six mnutlia a d 01 e third in -wvlve
in. inilis from dy of aala. wiih mteresi. ih.i d
lortid ayu vl, tn t. b secuied by inurt;aga uo
oli tin; prenilsos sold.
IA I KICK 11ENKY QUINN,
ni)9wS Adra. of iulmel TJaugliaiiy. dao'd
Notice to Bridge Builders.
IV UTICE is In-rehy g.v. n, thai t e dm..
L 1 iiiisaioui-rs ol Vn-ioii' couii , Ohio,
iilrnelal (he Riti'lilf Brnlg-, on the
mad lending Irom Wiikeavi:!- in Hag r
Furnace, iu Viulou TAwurhip, Vmtou to.,
On Saturday, June 1st, 1S67,
at in oVum k p in., for the purpo-e of let.
ng out lii t lie lowest resotibibie hid er, a
Uiidge aiioe Bii( Karcoon, at alorest d
jiMiii, anl bridge to be about 100 leei soon,
cuveied. with Iwu stone abu'inenig. and
upon the plan ot the bridge arosa Salt
rn k, east ol 1a nilotideny. Hperifioa
'inns, dialt of I he bridge, and leittis ol
I'unirnct, wi.l be mule Known on the day
n aa e. Persona piopofiiiig lo hiti ran set
i'(Jt and iprcifi. atijiis at me Audnor'a ol
lice, until iiay ul sale.
By order ul the Conimiai Iif-K.
V M. F. Fr.LTON,
rna'93 ' Aud V Co..O.
' - Errors of Youth.
A Gnileniaii uhuauffered lor years fnnn
Nrivoua Debility Piruia'Uie Deray.attd ail
tire t-ffrtls of jouthiul iinliacieiioii. vill.for
heeke of euflering humaiiity.seiol free lo
oil wIki need it. the n-cipe and diiectiona
lor u.aking the in plr reined) by riicli tv
va8iurd. huQereia wiahing tu piufi bi
Hie advecliser a exprrieme. fan do au by ad
dressing, in peitect confidence.
JOHN B OGPtN.
ni9v 43 Crdar street, .New Yoik.
GEOKK UNCI! ia t.oifi.d that Mary
I yi.cL did oi tho xHi.d iiny of Apiil, L.l
l.-ul file her potiii -n i ih. olRcu .f h Clara
I ilia ,Uil ol oiiinion. I lea . i hiii ud l-r
hi imn j of Mmoii, aid hU f Olli,
vhaigi. g iha aaid G. oiga-Lyu b i I. dul ry
i li una liljCo. li), ..d a-kiua! ;h ( i-h
niy be . div. rod IruUi ilia said Uamga LjlcIi
ahioli pad. ion will etakd tor bai.rii g a ih
lit xi teiu ot id tiOH.
kpU5 7S By UK M.i.,1, any
TEstate of Wm. Catistll.No. i'p
Nill U t ir-Itrcbj (iveu 'In, L. A Alaood,
bnuorot IIiuisskoI William Ca-anil.
Hu, I: h fiJud hia ice. lihta ana v uvb is im
h a(i(iuU l.d .arlial atlili-niaut. hf ti.alsnij
aeconul ba iaMKd Vliuu on tlM S9.Ad.jui
Iiay, A. U.l7. ., .
ipeyw3 JOijlPU KAlZK, Pro. Jadga.
Sale of. Kcul KtHatQ. by OideTCf
ONihe8ihdayvfMv,a. il. 1807. be-rw-en
i lie boms of o'cioi k e tn.
and fnuro'c w k p. at . on the remi.-e.
w ill be ild lo the highest bidiler. the iu
li wit' real esi -te. aa il e amp. ny d 3 me
on Dixon, dei e-ifd. r-iiun e in Viulou i-oun-t)
, Ohio, to w li; Regiilnh'linii Ihr wesi aide
oi Section 33 Township 10, Rf ge 19.
aixu-ix (66) pole south In tn the north
west corner ol aaid aeciion, thenre eai: 139
i-o'fs to a post hi tlw q larter section line,
thence si uiii 37 poles tu a post, the.uce west
159 pidi-s to a post in the tt-rtion line,
ineri-e north with a-iid line to the plew ol
heiJi.ning rontainiug 26 ai ra and 1 33 poli-s
ition- or lees Appraised at (1360 00
.ki. the norih east quar'ei ol H iior'h
piai q-iarter ol tieciion 31, Township 10
llai ge 19. Appraised at fclb'O 00.
. Terms of Sale, cash In hand on day of
.ale. 8IM0NR DIXON.
Adnrr. of Simeon Dixon, dee'd.
P-ted Mat 8, 1867. w4
TWO II UK DICED FINK SHEEP
I will offer at public sale, at whlence
in Elk Tow nslilp. two aud ahalf mi!
of Zaleski, Vinton County, on
Wednesday, May 22d,
at ten o'clock a. di, 200 Fine Sheep, in lots
to suit purchasers. The Sheep have not
been sho-ii this year; somy Ewes with
A credit f 12 mouths, with good and ap
TUE "OLD RELIABLE.
JOilit 1 HAWK
TISQtS tc inform the ci'iiens of this coun
ty that ha ia coar racaiviug'
iew and Beautiful Styles
Of all kinds of
9BBSS GOODS S
THE BE T BR A 1S
or all kinds or
Staple Domestic Goods!
Also a full lint of
WOOLEN GOODS !
Bitsidis a full supply ot Bo its, Rhovs. Mats.
ap, llnr waif, jiioniir and Oio. erits.
all of l.iih w II II sol I at lb vury lniHt tun --.et
iric. All ara liit.it- d I" call md exiiinli.i
lor ihoiiisslve-- uiyly JUtl.N . ll W K.
Vinton County, State of Ohio:
Court of C'oiuiuou Pleas.
Alliaob Co, AJlun.U.tat jr ol ,V in, tVx, dee'd,
I ho Vinton County tijl, Miuing and Lumb.r
i liipany. Uvt'ttiitlalua. .
1'IIE d( fundanta. l uo Vinton County Oil
Mining and Luuihur Cuniiuiiy nou-r si
Jon ts i.l itiu 8tiiw f "hi". iil tai-o tin, if
Hi il the si.l i.,ii.Mtf linx lilnd a pt-ti.iou iu i-ni..
ui.url sgunsi ilia alii I i ba v iu on lX.ui.ty Oil
Mining and Lmnhif Ootniany. dulaiidnnts. th
nbjicia d oruyiu of wYicb la tu rvcover lh-tiui
ol iM6 -Ji)mx hundred and igiiyix d .1
Imi-a. d tsenl) five cents, with Inloront then.
on I'r. in ilia 3'st d.v ot I). ortubnr. lSrtS, -o
wurk a d lubor of atid WillUia .. x, duc. ased
aud for inonoy exaudod ny sod William 1'i.a
at tha sp'i'iil iiistitiica and r. qnext of aaid d -'oiniants,
nd lor iho uso ol' sad do lendutii,
and tiiulei a Cotitric ui.ida ulid autarvii into hy
and belwi en aid William Cox, dai-eu-ed. and.
in.id deioodn'; auu that an atU"lim inr hr
hi n i-suid tliur. in'k'ud a l'ortabla Sawmill and
Kigg i g, the proinny of aaid del'audauia, at
I ba dofendanta ara notified to appear and an
wur nii patitmu, on or oafore :ix weeks from
ih!edaie,rju Igment will ba taktn according
ly. BKHWNSA WII.DK8, md
apl2w U. C. JoNES, Iff. anomlea
I'i op used Amend men l
St atk or Ohio, )
Orrici of tuk Hko't or sjTijit J
I. William IIknry 8mit. Secretary of
state ot tne uu or unio, uo nereoy cer
tify that the following is a true copy of a
joint resolution pad by tho General Aa
eeuibly of the State of Ohio, on the 6th
day or April, A. D. 1867, taken from the
original roll on file hi thisofilcc.
in testimony whereof, 1 have here
unto subscribed my name aud
SKALarlled the Great Seal of the State
Ohio, at Columbus, the 6th day tf
April, A. V. 1867.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
Secretary of State.
Relative to aa amendment of this Consti
tution, providing for the extension of the
JRaohtd, by the Qtneral Aembly of the
Stat of Ohio, (three-fifths of the mem
ber elected to each House agreeing (here
to.) That It be and 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 first section of the
fifth article of the Constitution of this
State, to wit:
Every male citizen of the United States
of the age of twenty-one years, who shall
have been a resident of the Stute one vear
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 arum In
aupport or any insurrection or rt-bellion
against the governniatit of the United
States, or have fled from their places ol
residence to avoid being drafted Into the
military service thereof; or have deserted
the military or naval service' o! said gov
ernment iu time of war. and hare not sub
sequently been honorably discharged from
the sanie, snail have the quantitations of
an elector and be entitled to vote at all
ED. A. PARROTT.
Speaker of the Horse of Representatives.
ANDREW G. McBURNEY.
, - PresideutoftlieSeuate."
- Patsed April iwr, aprta
si n it ift lrn MiTv II
Sometiing to Wear!
Miss Flora McFliwbkt one of the fair.
Raised a great muss Utause she'd uotblng
to wear! " ""
Such woeful condition we're sure all must
To be without clothing aud live tn a city!
But if she had known our triei.d RICH '
MAN upatreet, . '?
Iu clothing superb she could have fitted up
Not exactly the garb that her sex are wout
to wear : - ,
But better even thus than that she should .
To the genu ol our county we would My,
one and all, '
For your clothing, fail not to give RiCH
MAN a cull: '
In prices he'll suit you ia style and 1st
other estaWUUuieuts lis "lays Us
His stock of hats, e.M. boots,
gaiters, all told,
Ia tills market, so cheap, ne'er before hsvsv
He has trunks aud valises, cravats and neck
And all else ia his line that good taste)
Then 'We him a call nor wait to be told. .
That bis goods were all purchased witi-eiU
ver and gold, '.
Which enables lilut now to out-Hll th
In coat, pauts firhat, even. down to a veal.
Remember the place : in rjavU' Blwk,
Just one door east of our friend Joua I.
CAPITAL, - - - $1,000,000 !
Security, $2,000,000! ' V
Enterprise l.siaA.ct Co.
Ptaiorom:--Thcmaa Sh'rkok. I'roa't; B. If.
RUhnpofK M lilshnp & On , Then 1.00k af
Uurker, Huil k t 1 , J. . ph r Bmlnr. Prest
LjiwyolU Bank, L R. Hull of ..'l.ly llulla ..
)'o., t. K Witndow, nf Wiual-iw A fcuiltli, C.
Kul.-.of 0. Kula & t iileuian, Adnitb Auod.of
diil 11I1 Wood and Co Job 1 Slii'iito 111 John
slmlUoa d o . A U. Kullook, uf A. D. Jsnl-.
looa aud Co., D. f. Wo diow, of Woodrowr
Uuura and Co., AlUn CnllUr. of ,luhu Hwaaay
I'd., L. A- llarrih, Mayoi nf inoiiilia'l, .Uroe
tilorn.ot Wm. ttln.t; ad Boi.a W. Bjro
arter '' Sc't. W '. Miatton. furviaor, '
W. U. C.f.lll), Vica frail, W. U. Kichanlaoa,
JaLaaty I, UtiT.
'ah on hinH, -
Koul haiato, -U.
ii ltuo.lt, T 30. -
do. Iu 40,
"onn- a ee Iti nda, - -I),
bin r -ciifi-d,
aios in se .
.i (KM) OH"
6 500 00
14 Xiaj 0
- 949 K)
M b9l t
HuU'laurigugeandSacuradN ti S-IS J84 IS
Loams Viiad justed,
Net Asts, - . ' . - 11, 140,1 S la
WM. B. DAVIS, Agut,
Mc Arthur,' Ohio,
unseuiund .v e. Poialo
DR. A. IT WOOD, v
Webster, Scioto County, O,
HASl'orsaiea large quitmiiyol N'anK
rooud Sweet P.iiaui Fi nis, early To
uiito atnt Cabbage Plants. Sic, whtch lit
will m II as lollows,-jwert 1 .into flanti.
609 li 00, 1 ,000 3 60. 500 1 5 00, 1 ,p0
tJ8 00. Tdtraio Plauta. b varieties, OM
..oa n 36 rtnfs, tlnee duien $1, m hund
red t'i Cabbage plants, Ten best varie
iea. pei doten, vOt-euts I dozen 60 cents,
110 fl. Late varieties, 100 ihirtt-five CIS.
1.000 4)2 50. All ordeia promptly fillcsj.
mi ahorl notice. Plants sent bv rraioe
either way. Monry tent b mail, if mailt;
by the postmaster, in suir.sol lei'hunf li),'
at mi rifk. In ordrring p. ants, be psrticav.
ar aa to directions writing; names and pie
cee alaiuly. If you snd by iixpreas.diitct
lo Webster, Scioto county. 0 , 11 by mail
to Iron Furnace, Scioto loimly. Ohio.
Hsvi been long engaged in this busV
nese, and bavifg made myself thoroutblv
aiquain-ed with it, I can guarantee that 1
wnl render satisfaction to all who may fa
vor me with their patronage, intrrs solic
ited, and I will commence fl li.ig .tfcesa hi
the 1st of May. A L.Jt OiD, ,
Iron Fiiriisce, Scioto county, Ohio. 7
Guardian' Sale. .. ')
IN purusuce of an mder 01 the Probata)
Court ut Vinton Count v. Ohio made oi
tne 17th dsr ul April, . U. 1867. in fhsr
c-e of H. C Jones, Gu Mian of Ldwisr
ud Walter 0 Mi bVili. agont his . wardt,
the uAdersined will, on the 27m ' day of
May, A D. 1867. at two .11 l.ck P. Af , on
the preii.ises, offer at public sale, the fob
lowing riescribrd real estate, si uate in Viai
ton county, Oiiin, to wU. j
In lot No (1 78) "lit bundled and frenty-'
rigtit, ami (28ieiahtrfii ft-et To( the east
M.ie of In lot No (177) one hundied and
seventy s-ven in ih ton ot Mr Arthur,
as a . iu lots are kuon ami di-s gnatrd upofi
the lecoidrd plat ut mid lou. . . . i,
Trims ol iah-Oi e third cash on th
day ol sale, one third in six months, a ad
ne-tliird in one year, fnnn ili of sale.
ie' erred payments to be secured by uoi(
g g un the p eimsrs sold and tu bear, la-
invai at uie rate 01 six per eiut. per ft
num. '' . alto
Appraised at 1716 68. " ; " i'1 '"
H C JONES, Guardian '
of Edwin MtCtu iiHtjaiMy-iMtCat.
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