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WEIGHTS TO THE BUSHEL.
Hurley Mull & Bag
Corn in ear
live Malt (sacks)
fcweet Potatoes .
v Coffered Tickles. Our
medicul students in New York
have bpon testing some of the
ritv inckles for copper. The
test is made by simply thrust
iri a bright needle into a pick
le and allowing it to remain
fW.t-ft sc-rcral lumta. ; It" thereto
any copper present it. will be
flonoaited on the needle, ffiviiijr
it tho characteristic red color of
the metal. From one specimen
of pickles which wero Warrant
or! nrif rr nrmtflin flTlV finnnfil' a
, . ,7 J
neaW deDOSlt 01 thC metal WaS .
nht.ainp.fl hV tlllS tCSt Wltnin SIX1
, rrn 4. I
as an acetate, and may come
from boilincr the vinegar or
ii mi pa i no rnnni'r is uii"si"iiL
ww--- j i
ii - 1 . AnAn'
piCKieS in (l UlilSS Ul lUci
boiler which has been allowed
M " - . - ,
tO beCOme COated With tllC ace-
tate Of COPPer OT ; VeraiSTlS. -
V 1 1 , , , , !
Some manufacturers have been
, , .i- ,
L-nnwn tft USB this lllOrnfMlt in
the manufacture of pickles to
.produce .the. fine permanent
o-rfrT nnlnr. which bv some is
T ; . V "7 . i r ii .1
thougntto De acsiraoie in mis
article of diet. It may be ta
ken as a rule, that pickles with
a permanent g-reen color' con
tain, copper. . The test is the
needle, and any one can try it.
' ' J The most valitablc horses are
those" that can carry the "most
weight; and although it does
not follow that the lG-hand
Jiorscjcan beat one of IWiands,
' vet most meniiKe to ue on a
horse high enough' to enable;
j . ...
"them to see what is on the oth
er side of - a fence " when they
come to it.
OUR SPICE BOX.
"Joe", What makes your nose
''Friendship! ' how ' do you
make that out?"
"I've got a friend who is very
fond of brandy, and he's too
.weak to take it strong, and I've
constituted myself his taster."
Boswell complained to
Jphnson that the noise of the
- company the day before made
his head achei ' "Ko, sir, it was
not the noise that: made your
head ache ; it was the sense we
put in it," said Johnson.
"Has sense that effect upon
the head?" inquired Boswell.
' "Yes, sir," wa3 the reply, "on
heads that are not used to it."
A person asked an Irishman
why he wore his stockings
wrong side outward,
"Because," said he, ""there's
a hole, on 'totherside.. ',.",
; "I wish you would pay a lit
e tie attention to what I am say-
' ing, sir," roared an irate lawyer
at an exasperating witness. -
. "!. ." Well, I am paying as little.
as lean, was.xne caim rc-
; ; Wiiex is literary wdrk like
. smoker jr... .-r :
AVrhen it 'comes in volumes
What is throwin": cold
'. water' on. pleasure?, ,
'" ' A rainstorm at a pic-nic.
Of human faults poor , woman
hath but two;
She nothing right can.. say, she
t ' nothing right can do.
, ... A 'weddiiTgwas to' take place
" at Xashville one cvcuing iatcly,
and ' the bride, parson,' and
guests were ready, when , it was
announced : mat tnc uniiappy
bridegroom ... was - on . a j ury
whicli was unable toagree, and
had been locked up for the
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tom, we issue our Annual Prosjectiis, We
need not reonpitulate its history during the
stormy years of its existence, for remind
those who have read it, of its .selvices in be
half of the groat principles of tlie Democra
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the unguarded weakness of manyfexponents
of Democracy, Tub Crisis has neirer denia
ted from the straight path of ptiupiple, nor
b.en allured by temporary expedients, in
timidated by threats, nor disheartened by
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ency. As a newspaper we claim for it the
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Ktemrr-Ti Teilatrtw-j-jurnal of Me
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carefully seleoted pge of literary miscella
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it to the home cirere of all. " ''-' i
The political views of Tub Ciusis ecarcoly
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purity, as expounded by Tuomas Jejterson,
and the other really great men and founders
of the Government, and upon which the
Government was successfully conducted for
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rannical assumptions, the stupid and bar
barous policies and the lawless usurpations
of Congress, and to" all the machinery that
the Jacobins have devised and put in opera
tion to overthrow Republican Government,
inaugurate anarchy and absolutism, enslave
the people,' and oppress them with odious
taxes, and tyrannical, insane, and corrupt
legislation. And in advocating' the correct
principles and 'opposing' the'evils we have
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r-TAVlo tinrchased '.and ooinplctely renovated
: puiijfiTiiiiE siiop,
, , ; , j ' IU MoARTUUi, , . , , ...
fformerly occupied by P. Bothwell.l would w
1 .-..,,.. ..,.,,. 1, ihunnhlin that he inteods to
keep constuntly oujhand, a complete assortaieut of:
... ' ' .- i i- ,i.;t . .;-i: . .. ;,
suitable for this market, at
GREATLY R.ED U CE D-P R IC ES,
' . .i ' : i .. .''. : : ..'
gotten up In a style of wortmansmpnot to oe excel
led by any shopin this section, i r; ., a-. '
Ail kinds of work in his lino will ba neatly and
promptly done on very low terms. 1 ' ' ' '
TUiX'ixlris ,: -.;.v
Of all kinds done to order on short police , , j -; i
Afuli supply of . ;iti , ,- i . -., ...
kept oo'nstantlylon hand; . and i
10 Dcr cent. : will be deducted
on all orders for cash down.
March T, 18ii7-tt
I ;! ,- '. THE . .. "
HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
" : COMPANY,
:':"! OF, CONNECTiCUT '
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
V 'r Of THK ';'' :"'
Hartford Live Stock' Insurance
i..: :. . v. : Col, -
, , , Of .Connectlcutf.
ON tho 1st day of November, 18061, made
to the Auditor, of Ohio,; pursuant to the
Statute of that Mate.
The amount of its Capital Stock
paid up, is
. $150,000 00
Cash on hand, and in the hands
of Agents, . ' . " ,
The Bonds and Btockd owned by
the Company ' . ' i . n .
Debts due the. , Company, secur
ed by' Mortgage, . . ( i
Debts otherwise seoured, .
Debts for Premums, . '.
All other Securites, . . '
' Total Assets of Company, $155,200 83
None; "!' "' '
.. I IV '. MiaflELTiANKfina -i.P
The greatest amount ' insured in
any one risk,. . , .
Statu or Connecticut, i . .'
County of H artfobo, ; j 1 '
E. N. Kellogg, President, and W. C. Good
rich, Seorelary of the Hartford Live Stock
Insurance-Company, being' severally sworn,
depose and say, that the foregoing is a full,
true and correct statement ofi the affairs of
said Insurance Company, and that they are
the above described umcers thereof..
E. N. KELLOGG, President."
.. . . "W. C. GOODRICH, Secretary,
: , Subscribed and sworn before ms, this 9th
day of .November, isub,
Seal. .Wtf. HAMERSLEY,
' Codi't for the Slate of Ohio.
Five Cs.ni Stamp. '"
Ofhcb of the Aoditoe of State, 1
.Columbus, 0., Nov. 19, 1866.
It is hereby certified, that the foregoing
is a correct copy of the . Statement of tin
Condition of the Hartford Live Stock Insurance
Company of .Connecticut, made to
and filed in this Office, for the year 18G7.
. Skal. , Witness my hand and seal offi
cially, '. ' , JAS. II. G0DMAN,-J
': ' Auditor of State.
. By Jas. Williams, Ch'f Clerk.
" CERTIFCATE OF AUTHORITY. "
- -'. -.. - .- ' -
(To Expire on the ,31st, day of January, .1801.) . .
, Officb of tub Auditor of State,
Colcmbus, O., Nov 19, 1867
Whrrbas,' The HARTFORD LIVE BTOCK
INSURANCE COMPANY, located at Hart
ford, in the . State; of .Connecticut,, lias fi.le.d
in this office a sworn statement of its con
dition, as required by the act l,ToRcgulate In
surance Companies not incorporated by the
State of Ohio," pwod April' 8, 1856, and
amended February S,; 1864, and the act "To
regulate Foreign Insuranco Companies,'
passed April s, 1866; and," Whereas, said
Company has furnished, the' undersigned
satisfactory evidence that it isf oatessed of
an actual Capital of at' least one hundred
and fifty thousand dollArb, invested as
required by said aots; and, Whereas, said
t Company has filed in 'the offise 1 1 ' written
instrument ondor Its corporate setl, signed
by the President and Secretary thereof, au
thoriling any agent or agents of said Com
pany in this State to acknowledge servloeof
process, for and in. behalf of said Company
according to the terms of said act of April
8. 1856. ''.-'"!'
Now,,Tuereforb, in pursuance of the act
iforesaid, I JAMES H, G0DM AN, Auditor
of State for ' Ohio, "do hereby certify that
said HARTFORD i LIVS' STOCK INSCR
ANCE COMPANY, of, Hartford; Connecticut,
is authorized to , transaot- th -business of
Live block insurance in i this -State .until
the thirty-first day of January, in the year
one thousand ; eigbtr - hundred Aa '!lJ'
Sin. - Is Witse8s WuEBtor,-!-hate
.. , hereunto - subscptbadr' my
,, name and. caused the seal of
U1V UU1UO IV VV IftUiACU in.
t. i.i'.i a:
day and year Above written
JAS. H. .GQDMAN ' . i
. . Auditor of Stats.
By Jas. Wilaums,
:''' -"Cli'f Clerk;
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VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Representative in Congress H, S. BUSDYi
Slute Sonator-J. BUADBUKY.
Representative A. J. SW AIM.
Common Plsas Judge J. V. l'LYLET. .
Probate Judge JOSEPH KALElt.
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