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JOY. COE & CO.,
JOY. COE & CO., PUBLISHERS AGENTS.
Tribune Buildings, New York City," ' ' '
Broitb'i iron BuildlngyPJuladelphia, Pa., ,
AreitathoiiEed toeoutraOi lot kdreitlting for this
paper. , . .,., , , . )-:. .
Tuuvriut Yifss Peaciick is Curobic Disuse
Hy L Pagih, MlTD.. ol Southf "Bend, Indiana, Author
ofJi,w 8)'len of, Medicine in the Treatment of
Chronic Disease, and a New Mode of combining Med
icine. A Student of Doctor Dellingbuagh. , ' l!
itffOWHUitK-i-f'or, the. special bemtitbf my pa
tient and. Wenil wbp.haye ao often solicited me to
Tiit:IUen, wiV niaM a tour through IudianAand
Ohio.fcnd all who wUh to. we me and get medicine
can d fo by calling at tlioollowing places:
Hamtlen, at .the Jackson'' House, Tuesday,; April
StfMeArthur-, at 'the Hultrt i House, .'Friday, and
Ba'turdayl April 10th : and ltn; ''AliensYille, Sunday,
April 121b;, London, Tae'fday April 10th.
I hare all kinds of medicine with me I travel by
ean-calle,riv. Consultation free. ' ;
' Local items of inUiest will be thankfully
received from oar friend, at any time, from
Djpartof this or adjoining counties.
KAOi' WiitTitD. Bring all your rags to
ttiellice, where the ighest market price
will bo paid for the,m. - "
JI .
RT-Ad tie advertisement of Bljmeyer, Day
A Wfiday'a .papery ar :,- , .
", It you want ' good Photographs, Ambro
types, Opalotypes, or any other kind of pio
turea, go to C. J Billinghurst. lie is better
prepared than ever for enlarging pictures to
any size. '' ' ' '
lake your old, faded, scratched, and de
faced pictures to bim, and you can have the
finest of pictures made from them.
If you want any kind of piotures framed
large or small, be is always ready te do that
Jcind ofVk. ,. ; ,
l'.ou want a fine gold ring or other jow
lrfcUiid tee Mm. '
If you don't want anything, call and see
kit pictures. ..'
" He will always bo found at bis rooms du
ring' business Hieurij in T. B. Davis build
ing, up stairs. i .
Ir you want to buy or sell anything, no
niattor what, the best way you can acoonv
plish your object is to advertise in the En
euirtr. Now is the time lo advertise. Try
" "Tui'fiiiAVBiKi.T Cdkbcbs." We have for
al at this office the most superb steel line
.engraving of, "the Heavenly Cherubs,"
from Raphael's ''Sistine Madonna," which we
invite everybody especially the . ladies
cai(and see." The pr'ioe is low.
-v 'I
. Pakticdlie NoTica. Those who prefer
payiog their subscriptions In any kind
country produce, or in wood or ooal, are
informed that ',hey can do so, as we have
made arrangements to receive tho same
an v time. Send us your names, your coun-
w
Ttry'produce. wood and coal, and we ' will
aend you the' Enquirct, and then you will
hap'py'and "can go on your way rej oicing
Tbe prospectus of the Kew York Meroury
.will be found In another column of this pa
per. This is an interesting journal, con
talning the choicest literature of the whole
.world, and we, advise our readers to send for
it for the present year; as we are sure
tiers, would want to do without it after
rsading It one year. .'
; Pes the. terms in the pronpeotua.' ,
A neishborlne editor advertises thus:
Aoy jerson having good calves will
Vail at theoffioe of ,,4his paper' &o. There
tfi a (cw.iU this m&i'ket good In Hit, but
'not in fjualJty. Whether for sale or not,
' are not informed. Think they are. Jackson
As it is neoessary that there should
Agents for calves In adjoining counties,
hereby appoint tbe Local Editor of the Her
aid Agent for the County of JaekBon, in
State of Ohio. ! Enquire whether those elaves
you speak of are for sale or not. The party
here wishing to purchase, does not wish any
over ihe age of six weeks. Commission al
lowed active Agents.'
tAfrlfBrVlhat our friend, Alien B. Oille
land, late Chief Clerk in the Zaleski Furnace
Company Store dul formsrly of Jackson,
now resides at Decatur. 111. Success to him
in his. jmjw: nome. .. ,: t . i.
' Aiibi friend of ours, v ho resides near
Jacksen.Furnacfl, Jackson County, in a Jettsr
to us, acknowledging the receipt, of therein
ocratk Enquirer, says: "I am p eased to see
your ' nanus as Editor over tbe Demooratlo
Ticket once more. Please aooept my ( thanks
Sat jour, kindAvor.:.'.,. ...
r"
- . . rt
Tnk actsoa jfi sayi (h Orange Fur
nace, at that place, caught fire on last
Jiursday morning, but was extinguished
without serious damage.
iii.r;,-- -vr- v : . ;
.rx. l& 5JT1' Z7.
t A Woolsji FiCToar. A person who owns
a large and valuable traoi of land, through
whlck the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad
passes; west of and adjoining tbe ..Zaleski
Estate, i .-, Vinton county) authoriiea us
state that a site for a Woolen Factory will
be given free to any party who will build
pon iC. It is an excellent place; for a Wool
en Factory about one mile from the Zaleski
Depot of the M. & 0. B. E.; and water, coal,
wood, and every thing elie neoessary
kulldlDg and running an establishment
rtbl kind, being near ftt hand We I think
there js nqt a more convenient' location ,
ihli eount for a Woolen Factory, j For
iher particulars eali en or address Uiq 2d
torbf tnis fsper;''.;,: .
Tub Court of Common l'leas in ami in
lessioo. ! We hadIntendad to publish a syn
opsis of ihe proceedings " of Court up lo the
hour of going to press; but as our Reporter
failed to gets, synops's prepared in t' fr
this week's paper,, we haru' jto postponi the
publication of the same until week,
PEasoitAi.. Hon. A, J. Swaim, Member of
the House or Representatives from Vinton
County, favored Us wish a call on Monday
morning last the Legislature having ad
journed fioin FriJny until Tueslay. j j ','
Mr Swaim will aooopt our thanks for ad
vance sheets of the laws passed by the pres
ent Legislature.
BAKERY IN McARTHUR.—
Our old friend, James McQualityr of Jack
son, has come to "dwell" ia our town, lie
is making preparations for opening a Bakery
in Ihe building, on Main Street, opposite
E.D. Dodge's Store, where he will keep on
hand a good supply of Fresh Bread. In con
connection with the Bakery he will also
keep a large lot of Family Orooeries; a good
quality of Family Flour; Notions; and in
fact many things usually kept in Family
Grocery Stores. He will sell at reaionable
prices,
(live him a call.
We would call the attention of the publio
to "Andrew's Qas Generator or Double Cyl
inder Oas Generator No Chimney Lamp"
a new and useful iuvention, for the burning
of Carbon or Petroleum oils, which is for
sale by J. G. Swelland, on Main Street, in
this town. It is a well known fact that the
breakage, annoyance, uncertainly, and ex
pense in keeping up the ordinary Glass
Chimney Lamp, has been ' a great drawback
in -introducing into common use the carbon
or Petroleum oils, and thousands, after using
them, discard tbem altogether, and return to
the "Tallow Candle."
The Generator obviates all these difficul
ties, bosides saving 33 per cent, of oil over
tho ordinary lamp.
It canuol gel out of order; nor can it ex
plode. It will not "blow out, always safe
audj convenient,and the cheapest and best gas
light in use, and will certainly be used in
every residence throughout the country.
Go to Mr. Swelland'a and see it, The in
vention consols in the employment of two
perforated Tin Cylinders, one inside the
other, and connected togother by arms ex
tended from the inner to the outer Cylinde
and plaocd upon an ordinary Lamp Burner,
in euoha manner that by the air admitted
through the perforated Cylinder, and by the
draft occasioned by the same, tho smoke and
surplus carbon are consumed, and a brilliant
colorless gas light is obtained.
of
at
be
I'
Seu theadAertisemeut ehewhero of tho
American Farmer, a neatly printed and val
uable monthly journal of Agrioulturo and
Horticulture, which, is illustrated with numerous
engravings of Farm Buildings, Ani
mals, Implements, Fruits, &c, published by
John Turner, at Roohester, New York,
only one dollar per year. , It should bo in
Ihe hands of all the farmers. The January,
February, and March numbers have been
received at this oflico.
no
The Little Corporal is the best paper for
children that has come under our notico
an editorial experience of fit'teea years. 'Its
receipt Is always hailed by our own young
sters with shouts of Welcome. Somerset
Pa. Herald. ' : '
Tho price of The Littlo Corporal is
dollar a year. ; ... f .
aSmple coppios, showing a : most superb
list of premiums, 10 conts.
Address the Publisher, Alfred L. Sowell,
Chioago, III. '
we
be
we
the
A "Love Scory" Tiis Rue all? Dib
iprsiKANCB or Ma. A. Lovs. .V : few days
since, a, personage, assuming the . name
Aliara Love, - appeared in . this town and
stopped at the Hulbert House." Hight
about 5 feet 10 ihohes; rather good looking;
light brown hair; blue eyes; sandy mustache,
colored black; and rather intelligent looking
He pretended to be Agent for a number
Insurance companies, and , for. a, patent fire
alarm. He disappeared on Monday night,
and it is supposed he got on tbe Night Ex.
press, going west, ' at Vinton Station:
wore check drab pants and vest, a dark coat,
and a broad rimmed 'Planter's" hat. .He
leftHinpaid a board bill of sixteen dollars
the the Hulbert House, a bill of about eight
dollars at J. 0. Swetland's, and forgot
to leave a ''five dollar" hat; belonging
J.Q. Swetland, Jr., which he had exohahged
upon 'his own responsibility. , By 'eDpeolal
request ef those oonoerned, we mentjon
rascally disappearance, for the purpose
putting the publio on their guard. -
should neither be harbored nor trusted.
exchange papers will pleaae notice., ,1.
to
for
of
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MANSFIELD, OHIO
ANVrACTl'nt
. 1 :
COOK'S EVAPORATOR,
Hi r. -;; EUREU cutting BOXES,
ECBEKA ClDEH MlLLS,
, yicioa Cask Mill,
,.2' .'u Horsk Poweb Forks,
Warners Sulky Revoving Rake
": POPBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
. . 1, ,;, Amalgam Bills,
DRAO AND CIRCULAR SAWING
.!;..:) Vil'r' ' MACHINES,
And many other artlclesin the way of Implements,
rPURE 8(!rgo07nd''IMHBR'"sEEIi lelcctcrt
Tarieties. Send for circulars.
Marcn28,l07-ly
A Wonderful Cube. James: Uo'(
man, as ' is well knowo to our citizens,
through exposure, lost his voice in 18C1
while in the army, , From that time un
til tlid lith'day of the presont month he
las not spoken a loud word. A short
time siuqe a German" woman advisod hioi
to use a mixture uf grata horseradish
and honey, nude into a sort of toffey.
He followod her advice, and since the
11th day of March has beon able to con
verse in as loud a tone as any one. it
may be recorded as one of the wonder-
—Ohio Statesman.
.MMI, ... , - .
Iwrnmsi! of Pay. Last vear four
dollars a day were paid Assistant United
States Revenue Assessor. Times were
not quite as liard then as they are now ;
but now, when thero is & peneral outcry
against dull tiires, these United States
officers are paid Ave dollars a day J
Rather steep I
Commercial.
WEIGHTS TO THE BUSHEL.
Apples
liarloy
Buckwheat
Brau
Means
Barley Mall & Batf
Coin
Corn in ear
Coal ; '
Hominy
Oats
Union Sots
Onions
Pcauhos, (dried,)
Potatoes
25 ltin
48
60
eu "
31"
61 "
70
su
SU "
;i3
;
5U
33 '
80 "
I'J'O
live Jiaii isauMj
Wheat
iMweet Potatoes
Corn Meal
i'lirnins
.Salt -
Clover Seed
Timothy beed
Klax
llamp
.Canary
Millet
Hungarian Grans
Blue Gross
SO lbs
40
CO
OS
00
66
SO
f,'i
45
66
41
uo
50
60
11
Chicago Market.
Flour,
Wheat,
Corn,
Oats,
Mess Pork,
Lard,
Hogs, dressed,
59 75(yl8 50
1 052 42
. yijo
20 50
12c
C 859
New York Market.
Flour, - $9 0015.7S
Whiskey quiet ana uncnangeu.
Wheat,
Corn,
Oats,
Sugar,
Pork, mess
Decf,
Bacon,
Shoulders,
Lard.
Butter, for Olta ,
Cheese, '
NEW YORK MONEY MAUlvLT.
Money more steady at 0 por cent, call
loans. ...
Gold a shade better openinpt at jj. aa-
vanoiug to 3.")J and closing at 83.
Govcrnmeut stoots a snaue mgucr.
2 25?,3
1 101 11J
0067o
i04,ioo
2223 75
3l35 75
10H(3!12o
0llo
llJ12io
12a2Uo
15a21c
Louisville Market.
Flour, superfine
Wheat, prime red
Corn, shelled, in bulk
Cite,
$9 75
75o
U4o
Cincinnati Market.
at
in
Bark, prima cheslnut oak
Butter,
Beans, prime whito
Coffee, Hio .
Cheese,
Eggs.
Feathers,
Flour, spring wheat
" winter wnuat
Apples, green
Ginseng,
Hay,
Wheat,
Corn, shelled :
Oats,
Molasses,
Potatoes, . .
28a31o
2 CO O,
'22ja25o
10jul8c
1617
75
0 25al2
12
3 00a5
80a
15a22
2 20a2
65n"5c
51a5'Jc
C5oal
GO.itiSc
itVVVVtlVvmviMvt
of
of
He
it
to
of
He
Our
P IRE ARMS
Sold by the trade Generally
A Liberal disoount to Dealers
200,000 furniihed the - U. S. Government.
44-10(i In. Cnlribre,
30-100 in. Calibre,
Navy 8i Calibre,
Kttvy sue uaiiure,
31-1110 in Cahiiro
(Uider's pt.ai-100 in. Calibre,
(Elliot pt.) No. 22 4 22 cartr-ge
Army Revolver,
Navy Revolver,
Belt Revolver,
Police Revolver. :
New Pocket Revolver,
Pocket Revolver,
nupoublllg nawjl, irjinuv pv., --
Vest Pocket Pistol, . No. 22, ao, 32 and 4t Cartridge,
Gun Cane, No. 22 and i't
n,.,l. l n.,lm. Riflo. (HphI'sI No. 32 and 38
Revolving RilloT . : 3B and 44-Iotiin palibre.
; E. REMINGTON & SONS, r
York,
"' PRIM C IP A L
Moore Nichols,'
Wm. Keed 4 Son,
Jos. C. GrubbA Co. '
Poultney A Trimble,
Henry Polsom A Co.,
Johnson, Spencer A Co,,
h. M.Rumsey A Co.,
Albert E. Crane, ,'
March 21, 18W-ly
Ilion, New
ioims.
New York
; ' lloston
Philadelphia
llnltininre
. New Orleans
. . Chicago
St. Louis
San Frnnsisco
PROSPECTUS- -
OHIO STATESMAN
!;i:i s ! : " br 1807.." : ' : : ' V,'?j T
rI 8 in the past, throngh snnshlne and storm,
J Ohio Statesman wili continue inflexibly Demo
craiio unalterably devoted to an advocacj of
maintenance of the Constitution, in spirit and in let
ter, and to the preservation of the Union.' Aside
from this, The Statesman will, bestow particular
tention to , . , , ,:, . . , ,,.'.;'..' ,.f. , .
Not, Legislative ! and : Congressional
Reports, :Choicei Instructive and
!, . , Pleasing (i Literature,', "
And will give faithful market reports' from the lead
ing Commercial Centers of tb country. '
On the 13th of December, The Weekly Statesman
will be so enlarged as to give ,,twni and a half addi
tional columns of leading niallor weekly. j tTh
aro the ' ' . , ' .
, , TEEMS-CASH IN ADyANCE
Daily Statesman, per yeai, '" ' " .' J ' '
U " ' six months, ' 1 '
Tri-Weekly Statesman, per year, ,.
f . w , six months, -
, ,i weekly statesman,,,;.
One oopj, six months, for 1 , ,
One copy, one year, for 'i 1 ;
Fivecopies, one year, for
Ton copies, one year, tor . ;
Twenty copies, one year, fin . . .. . . , .
Fiftv conies. one vear. Sir ' -
? f LAYMAtf & ESIIELMAN,
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Columbus, Ohio,
PROSPECTUS
i. . OF THB
CINCINNATI
t'.'xtraordinary
WEEKLY
i'or 1887,
ENQUIRER,
Inducements
Agents! ' , ;
i )- J
lo Out
To be
Premumt Amounting tt
31,440.00 I
Distributed in April, 13G7
For List of Premiums and Particulirs ol
Distribution, see the Weokly Enquirer
and Subscription Ciroulars '
w
E, this yenr, offer prises to the above amount a
an incentive to those of our patrons who will
mrt themselves to fiirm cluhs If our imporcould
o po
Thf bo t liken in tiie household of all our t'eiuoeiiitic
fnenil.S roiuh an.l West, ita inlluGnce hxiiIJ bo
tent lr ch uiiiinit tne lmhtieiil npeit ol nttiura
((rent point lor which all rrienda of the Union kIiouIiJ
lhor lor Is the IiixHeminntion of Democratiu truth.
If it had hud an equal hearing with the errors ol our
opponents, ve should never have had the terrible
erihis of the last live years. Taught hy sad experi
eneo ofitu neceimity, we trust tho Demoeratio proud
in in future to have a lurer sphere of itiUuuuce uuc
cireulation. ,
What oviM hrtvo fallen upon tho l:nd, owinzto tho
prroneoil" political ednatlon of the utasHeal If wo
would rtuttore the old order of thing once more, el
feet National Unity anil the nld-C.hioned I'enee and
Prosperity , we hiimt place the Domoorany noiir. In
power. As auxilary to this end, And an the meat ef
leetive nent in the work, we repent, is the circula
tion of the Democratic press.
The Enquirer haa nonioolaur s upon the considera
tion of the Democracy that are universally acknowl
edged. Through proscription and persecution un-
ttxtuiipiei, wiin uiniiuiy euicui uuunig uu uurun
utilntlon 111 whole States and districts, threatened:
with lot d supurefl.sion, personal imprisonment and
mob violence if wo did nut change our course, we
stood by the Democratic flag and gave expression to
its tenets. 1 vviee burned to cue ground witnin thir
teen months, and amid t he greatest pecuniary dis
asters consequent upon it, we have nevor lost an
issue of our paper, or broken a promise to any o
our stibseriliers. In the future, as in the past, under
the sun of prosperity ae well as the clouds of adver
sity, we shall bear alu It the Demncratio Banner, and
be faithful to its organization. Will not the Demon-
riicv nf t.hA N'orLhwpMt stnnd hv thf.nl uho wnrfi trim
in i It. dorlriiu. hs,n,tu in IKair iv.lilir.nl nttd nnfunnul
interests, and will they not exert themselves to in
crease our circulation? .
As a business and family journal, tho Enquirerhas
no superior. Each number contains a large amount
of general news, latest, and most reliable intelli
itenue and reading matter. Financial and Commer
cial News is made a special feature of the Enquire'.
An unusually Inrtre suae beine devoted to fu!l and
reliable reports of tho ruling prices of this and other
markets.
The Weekly Enquirer will bo marled to subsori
bers at the following reduced rates.
single copy, one year, azuu
" " six months, . .125
Ten conies, one year, 20 00
With an additional copy to the getter up of the club.
Money 10 rje sent at our aisit oy express, prepiuu,
or in registered letters by mail. For sums over ten
dollars by mail, dralts or post oHJca money orders
should bo procured. Address
JfABAN 4 McLEAN,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
S " JST ' fZ
uimuDiini , " 1
sent on application,
AWAY WITH SPEC
TACLES. OLD
EYES MADE NEW,
easily, without dootor
or medioines. Bent,
post paid, on receipt of
10 cent.
Dr.E.B.FOOTE, -1130
Broadway, N.V.
00
85
87
25
AWAY WITH" VS
COMFORTABLE '
TRUSSES. COM
FORF AND CURE
for the RUPTURED,
Sect post paid on re
ceipt of 10 cents.
Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE,
1130 Broadway, N.Y,
CONFIDENTIAL IN
J FORMATION TO
THE MARRIED! Sent
in sealed Envelope on
reoipt of 10 cents.
Address Dr. E. B.
FOOTE, Author of
Medical Common
Sense.
1130 Broadway, N..Y.
February 23, 13ti7. ;
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The
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fol
lowing 40
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60
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. - THE LADY'S FRIEND,
. Beautiful Premium Engraving, and
dueed I'noes to wm I .(
mil E LADY'S FRIEND nnnounces lor 1807
1 following noveletes: A New Story by Mrs.
Wood, author ot -East Lynne.' "t he Chnnnings,'
How a Woman had her Way,' by Klmabeth
author of 'Told by tho Sun.' '.lo Longer
Young,' by Amanda M. liougias, autnor ot
Trust,' etc. 'Dora Castul,' by Kiauk Lee Reuediet.
Itwillgiva a splendid double page finely colored
Fashion Plate engraved an steel in evosy number.
It will give a beautifully executed fancy steel
and a large assortment of wood cuts,
fashions, funoy work, eto-, in every numtier,
It will give a popular piece of Music, worth the
of the magazine itself, in every number. It will
a copy of the Beautiful Premium Hteel Et.graving
One of Life's Happy Hours' 28 by 30 inches, to
single 82,50 subscriber, and to every person
club.
Itoffers as premiums Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing
Machines, Hllv'er Plated Tea Bets, Hnoons, Pitchers,
Gold and Silver. Watches, Guns, KiHes, Melodious,
Clothes Wringers, Appieton's Cvclopcdlas,.Ao
TERMS.
1 copy, (and theengraving,) ' ; ;S i 60
4 copies, oO
5 copies, (and one gratis) , . 8 00-;
8 conies, (and one gratis) ' ' 12 00
20 copies (and one gratis) , i , , 28 C
Ono copy each of the Lndy ,'s Friend and the Satur
Inv Kveninir Postfor 84 00.
The getter up ofaclub will always receive a copy
the Premium Engraving, iiiemoers ot a citio
the Engraving must remit ono dollar extra.
mlTcoso desirous of getting up olubs or premium
lists should enclose 16 cents lor sample Hi
containing the pnrticiuars. Audreys .
. DEACON & PETERSON, -
319 Walnift Street, Philadelphia, Fa
Jngnzine,
BALLOO S MONTHLY MACAZIWE.;
The Cheapett Magazine in the Worldl
mill's popular and widely .'circulated Magazine
X now reached an edition nnequallod in this
Each number is brnamented by numerous
engravings, and is complete in itwlf, embracing
great variety of tales, sketches, poems, and illustra
ted articles, written expressly for its columns.
conceded by all to be the cheapest and best
tine in .the world. '
TERMS.
tl SO a year; seven copies J900; thirteen
Slfiull. Single copies 15 cents. Addrewi . ..
: ELLIOTT, IHOMES 4 TALBOT,
: ,. . Boston, Mass.
THE LAND -WE LOVE,
vm ; .:.: a MONTHLY.
Devoted to Literature, . Agriculture, and General
Inteiligenne, and comprising Reports of P-attles,
cidents, and anecootBS oj tne wari never
published, uy , , .
Geskual D. H. Hat, (Lato of the Southern
,. Army.) . -A . y:
Proprietors,
: J. lawn A D. H,
Trs. Three Dollars a year, it paid; i n arivance:
ir Five Dollars, if not paid till the end of the year.
y .t. r. IltWIN AP. H. HILL, "
' . : ' Charlotte, Sorth Carolina.
March H, 1807.': '"
I F U UN IT U HE
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GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
-1?. IICiTON ....
HAVING purcliaaed and uompletel . renorated
tho . ,; ...
FURNITURE SHOP,
IS MciUTUUR,
'formerly nppiilllFrl b 7i. P. RothwelH WOllld IV-
spcutfiilly nmionnce to the pul.ho th:it he intends to
Keep oonsiantiy ou.naua,. vuuipiuw imuimih
CABINET FUnrilTUnE,
aitable for this maiket, at
GREATLY REDUCED TRICES,
L'ollon up In n style"of wortmnndilpDot to bo excel
led by any shop in this section.
All kiudsof work in his line will be neatly and
promptly done on very low terms.
Turning . 1
Of all kin Is done to order onj short notico.
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A full supply of
OOP JP,X NS
kept constantly.on hand and
10 per cent, will be deducted
on all orders for cash down.
March 7, 18i7-tt
r. HOUTON.
THE
HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
COMPANY,
OF CONNECTICUT
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
or tub
Hartford Live Stock Insurance
Co.,
Or Connecticut, .
0"u'
N the 1st day of November, i860, made
the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the
Statute of that State.
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I variiAti.
The amount of its Capital Stock
paid up. is . . .$150,000 00
II. ASSETS.
Cash on hand, and in the hands
of Agents. . . , .
The Bonds and Siockd owned by
the Company . .
Debts due the Company, secur
ed by Mortjage, o. .
Dobts otherwise secured, ;
Dobts for Premuras, . . ,
All other Soourlt, .
$22,312 08
43,457 50
'30,500 00
50.000 00
2,785 67
, 211 00
Total Assets of Company, $155,296 83
III. LIABILIATIES. ,
Nono.
IV. MISCELLANEOUS.
The greatest amount insured in '
any one riaic, . .
$2,000 00
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County of IIahtfoep, j ' ' ;';
E. N. Kolloge, President, and W. C. Goed
rich, Secretary of the Hartford Live Stock
Insurance Company, being, severally evroru,
depose and say, that tho foregoing is a full
true and correct statement of the affairs of
said Insurance Company, and that they art
the above described Officers thereof.
E. N. KELLOGG, President.
' W. C. GOODRICH, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn before ma, this 9th
day of November, 1866,
Seal. : WM. IIAMERSLEY,
Com' t for the State of Ohio.
Five Cent Siamp. ! , ,, '
Officb of the Auditor of Statb,
Columbus, 0., Nov. 19' 1806, . f
It is hereby certified, that the foregoing
is a correct copy of the Statement of the
Condition of the Hartford. Live Stock In
surance Company of Connecticut, made
and filed in this Office, for the year 18C7,
, Skai.. Witness niy hand and seal oIU
clally.
" JAS. II. GODMAN,
Auditor of State,
' , By iAs.: Williams, Ch'f Clerk
i
. CERT1FCATE OF AUTHORITY. ;'
" (To Expire on the 3l8t day of January, 1808.)
" Office of toe Auditob of State,'
insurance Department;
" Columbus, a., Nov 19, 18G7
Whereas, The HARTFORD LIVE STOCK
INSURANCE COMPANY, located at Hart
ford, in the State of Connecticut, has filed
in this oflioe a sworn statement of its con
dition, as required by the act "ToJRegulate In
surance Companies not Incorporated by the
State of Ohio," passed - April 8, 1856, and
Lamended February 9, I8G4, and the act "To
r . , , ti , t 1 .. ..
regutnie core'gn lunurnuuo companies,
passed April 0, 18bo; ana, Whereas, said
Company has furnished. , the , undersigned
satisfactory evidence that it is possessed of
an actual Capital of at least one hundred
and fifty thousand dollars, invested 1
required by said acts; and, Whereas, said
Company. has filed in the office a written
instrument under its corporate seal, signed
by the President and Secretary thereof, au
thorizing any agent ot a&enls of said Com
nanji Juthis State to acknowledge serviqo of
process, ror ana in dbuii qi sam vompany
according to the terms of said.. act, of April
8, 1850. ' " ;',.'; J. ..:".',
Now, Therefore, in pursuance of the act
aforeflaid, I JAMES H. .GODMAN, Auditor
of State for Ohio, do hereby certify that
said HARTFORD LIVE STOCK 1NSUR-
ANCE COMPANY.of Hartford, Connecticut,
is authorized to ' transact the business
Live Stock Insurance in this State until
tho thirty-first day of Januiry, Intbeyear
one thousand eight , hunuroa and Buty
eight. .. . . ". . " ' ; " " ; '
In Witness Wuekeof, I. hate
: hereunto subscribed my
. name and caused, the seal
, my offico to be atExod
day and year hbove written.
; .. JAS. U. GODMAN,
.- i Auditor of Stalo,-
'' Bt Jaa. W ILI.IAMS,
: .-ch'fciwk
W. BOWEIW, gnt,
, t .,; . , McArthur,' Ohio.'
V' January 31, 130T-3 , . ,
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