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Items of Local Interest.
THIBlKEV YlAHS PBACTICB
IX ClIBOKIO DlSSASK.
Bend, Indiana, Author
By L Pagin, M. D., of South
of New System of Medicine in the Treatment of
Chronic Disease, and a New Mode ol combining Med'
leine. A Student of Doctor Dellingbuagh.
Arrb'STiiMrs. For the special benefit of myp'
lients ihd friends who have so often solicited mo to
visit them, t will make a tour through Indiana and
Ohio, and all who wish to see roe and get medicine
van do so by cnllingjtf the following places:
llumden, at the Jackson House, Tuesday, April
tlh; MeArthnr, at the 11 11 1 her t House, Friday and
Saturday, April 12th and 13th; Alletuiville, Sunday,
April 12th; Loudon, Tuesday April loth.
I have all kinds of medicine with me. 1 (ravel by
ari call ewly. Consultation froe.
' Local items of intoiest will be thankfully
received from our friends, at any time, from
any part of Ibis or adjoining counties,
Bias Wanted. Bring all
(bin offiee, where the highest
Trill be paid for them.
your rags to
market price
Sweet Potatoes and Sweet Pota
to Plans ob SalB. Levi Wymad, who re
tides 1 miles south' from Mo Arthur and 1
north of MoArthur Station, wishes to inform
the public that he has for sale a large quantity
of the Yellow Nansomond Sweet Potatoes, the
best kind for this olimate, which he will sell
at $4 per bushel. He intends to raise plants
from 50 bushels of. Sweet Potatoes this sea
eon,. .Those wishing Sweet Potatoes orSweet
Potato Plants, wjll please call upon or ad
dress him at Dundas, Vinton County, Ohio
He can, on reoeipt of the money, ship cither
Potatoes or Plants by Railroad to any point
Give him a liberal patronage.
Ir you want good Photographs, Ambrd
types, Opalotypes, or any other kind of pic
tures. 10 to C. J. BiUinehurgt. lie is better
prepared than ever for enlarging pictures' to
ny sire.
' lake your old, faded, scratched, and de
faced piotures to him, and you cau have the
finest of pictures made from tiem.
If you want any kind of pictures framed
large or small, he is always ready to do that
lindof work..
If yiii want a fine gold ring or other jew
elry, call and see him.
If you don't want anything, .call and see
lis pictures. " " ',,
He will always Be found at bis rooms du
-ring .business hours, in T. B. Davis build
zing, up stairs.
If you want to buy or sell anything, no
"ttatter what, the best way you'ean accom
plish Your object is to advertise in the En-
juirer. Now is the time to advertise. Try
St.
JThi IIsayknlt Cherubs." IV e have for
sielo at this office the most superb steel line
.tngwivings of "The Heavenly Cherubs,"
ifrom llapbael's "Sistine Madonna," which we
iuvite evorjboJy especially the ladies to
call and t. The price is low.
Tctioula Notice. Those
tpayiig .their subscriptions in
icouelry produce, or in wood
informed that ';hey,can do so,
made arraigeroe-at8 to receive
'any time. fiend ue your names,
who prefer
any kind of
or coal, are
as we have
the same at
your coun
try produce, wood and coal, and we will
send you the Enquirer, and then you will be
iappy and "can go on your wayej oicing I'
School Election, George Land and La
Fayette Haynror were "electeS School Direct
ors in this District last Monday.
: A 10UNO frend at ,'ietki eont o the
Tesultof the election leld in Madison town
ship, on Monday weeV, but it was received
too late for insertion in last week's paper.
Our young friend asks: "Has any one heard
from Connecticut?" Yes, we think so. 0,
thousands smile rthousands Jrejoicel A
bright star Is shining in the East 1 Tyrants
aie trembling!
Notice. At a meeting of the Executive
Committee of the Vinton County Teachers'
Association, held March 30, 1867, it was
Resolved, That the time of holding the In
stitute be postponed until such time as the
Assosciation may designate at their next
tegular meeting, to be held April IS, 1867,
at which all members are requested to attend.
Tbbbb are let ters remaining in the Post
Office, in this town, for the following per
sons: George Bethell, Christian Belts, John
Cummings, C. Y. Daily, C. F Dailey, John
Daylor, MaUiew Feeney, W B, Harrison, J,
Lacey, Andrew Muller, E BwepBtone, Heury
Schlotterbaeh, Henry Stanley, E McQuaid,
! Walker, A D Wor'.aaan ;,J .
,CoaEcTioli In giving the result last
4ck of the corporation election, we acci
dentally placed the name 'of A, C, Dowd,
for Marshal, among the names of those for
CouncUmea; inatoad of - A.' H Dowd. A. H.
Dowd received 91 Totes for Councilman; and
A.G Dowd received 50 votes for Marshal
Robert Sage, bis opponent, receiving 80
totea. " - -ii, .. :
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MiiQS Codntt Pbeis, Thii.is the name
jpf ihs paper that succeeds the (7aM, edited
nd published by our friend D. D. W. Davis,
at Middleport, Ohio, ' The Meigs Coutny
Frees is a neat and spicy paper and riohly
deserves a large patronage, H, C. Teeter and
L.O. Smith, Editors and Publishers. '
-j Job Piiktlho. Get all your Job Printing
doftf ,t the Enquirer Printiag Office, in
Melons'! Bailding, for, besides the best print
lug, you will lio find the lowest price. "
.iioun i'
Tub Springfield (0) Hepublio says: '-The
Little Corporal is the unrivalled juvenile
paper Of the West, and is unsurpassed by
any in the world." .
The pri ce of The Little Corporal is on
dollar a year. r ( ' "
Sample copies, showing & most
superb
list of premiums, 10 centg.
Address the Publisher, Alfred L. Sewell
Chicago, 111.
Best Book roa Everybody. Tho new il
luBtratei edition of Webster's Dictionary,
containing 3,000 engravings, is the best book
for everybody that the press has produced in
the present century, and should bo rognded
as indisponsablo to the well-regarded home,
reading-room, library, and place of business
San Francisco Golden Era. . r
Sentenced. On Wednesday afternoon of
last week, after our paper had gone to press,
Marion Jackson was sentenced to hard labor
in the Penitentiary for five years, for steal
ing two horses belonging to L. A. Atwood, of
Eiohland Township; and Jordan Ewing was
sentenced to hard labor ia the Penitentiary
for three years, for stealing a horse belong
ing to John Wanee, of Zaleski. Sheriff
Shookey departed for Columbus with them
on last Thursday night.
A Woolen Factort. A person who owns
a large and valuable tract of land, through
which the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad
passes, west of and adj oining the Zaleski
Estate, in Vinton county, authorizes us to
state that a site for a Woolen Factory will
be given free to any party who will build
upon it. It is an excellent place for a Wool
en Factory; about one mile from the Zaleski
Depot of the M. & C. It. It.; and water, coal,
wood, and every thing else necessary for
building and running an establishment of
this kind, being near at hand. We think
there is not a more convenient location in
this county for a Woolen Faotory. For fur
ther particulars call on or address the Edi
tor of this paper.
Tub Election In Madison Township. It
appears that the voters or part of them of
Madison Township, who assembled at Zales.
id, Inst Monday week, Voted for anybody and
almost everybody black men, and white
men. and unnaturalized men. We find the
result of the "all kinds of voting" in
ZaleBki Echo, as fjllowsv .
' t 1KUSTES,
Jacob G. Will
Wm. Baughman '
Dr. A. W. James
David Pinney
W. W.Smallwood :
Earnest Fisher
Jacob Sanger
J. T.Robb ' .
Thomas MoCnrty
Thomas Barchell
Amos Dun It le
John Chandler
the
CLEBKj
J.N.Sweeney
J. J. Allison
Frank It. Bhryock
T&RASURER)
Michael Benck
Jacob G. Will
Essex V, Layton
ASSESSOR,
Geo. E. Atkinson
W. L. Edm:8tou
John T. Black
James Henderson (oolored)
Co.NXTADLKstj
Vinton Easom
John A. Morgan
Solomon Shipley
Frrdorick Myers
F. J Heseitine
Robeit Thompson
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jjEvery one owes obedience to the
laws, but a still higher obligation is due to
morality; and if it so happens that both can
not be complied with, it is better to do au il
legal not than an immoral one.
MoA&THUR ENQUIREIt
BOOK AMD JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
MALONE'S BUILDING,
W. BO 1 WEN, Proprietor,
A I
LL kinds of plnin and fancy printing doao at the
J. very lowest prices.
Local Business.
ABUSINES9 MEN IN VINTON COUNTY
CAN HAVE THEIR CARDS INSERTED
"IN THIS COLUMN AT ONE DOLLAR
gSSTPER TEAR.
Fashionable Tailoring.
J. Lillibridge, Fashionable Tailor, McArthur, Ohio,
is prepared to exeoute Rents aud Boya' clothing m
ihp mnt fashionable styles. 8hop three doors north
of Will's residence, on Market street.
Webster's
Unabridged Dictionary.
. NEW ILLUSTRATED EDITION,
Thoroughly Revited and Much Enlarged.
Oyer 3,000 Fine Engravings.
10 000 WORDS tnd MEANINGS not found
in other Dictionaries.
NECESSITY' to every intelligent family.
jf student, teacher, and professional man.
What library is complete without the best
English Dictionary? .'
"Superior, In most respeots, to any other
English Dictionary known to me." Son.
Georg F. Marth, March, 1806.
. "In its general aocuraoy, completeness, and
practical utility, the work is one which non
aha can read or vriie henceforward afford to M-
pent with." Atlantic Monthly
"Viewed as a whole, we are confident thai
no other living language has ajdiotionary
which so fully and faithfully sets forth its
present condition as this last edition of
Webster does that of our written and spoken
Dngllsh tongue." Harper't Magaxin.
In one vol. of 1,840 Royal Quarto Pages.
Published by C. &Q. MERRIAM. Springfield,
, . . wass..
', Sold ty all Booksellers.- j
March 7,1897-8 . , -
PROPOSED
PROPOSED Amendment to the Constitution.
tiilion.
The State of Ohio,
Office the Secretary of State.
1. William Hesbt Skits, Srcrelary of
State of the Slate of Ohio, do hereby certify
that the following is a true copy of the
joint resolution passed by the General As
sembly 01 the State ot umo, on me 0111 uuy
of April, A. D. 1867, taken from the original
rolls on file in this office.
In Testimony Whereof, 1 have here
unto subscribed my name and affix
L. S. ed the great Seal of the State of
Ohio, at Colubus. the Gth day of
A. D. 1867.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
Secretary of State.
A RESOLUTION
Relative to an Amendment of the Constitu
tion, providing for the extension of the
elective franohtse:
Eesalmd by the General Atsembly of the
State of Ohio, (throe-fifths of the members
elected to each House agreeing thereto,)
That it be and is hereby propose ! to the
electors of this State to voto at the annual
October emotion, upon the approval or rejec
tion of the following amendment as a sub
stitute for the first section of the fifth Arti
cle of the Constitution of this Stale, to-wit:
Every male oilizen of the United Stales, of
the ago of twenty-one years, who shall have
been a resident of the State one year
next preceedine the eleotion, and of the
county, township, or ward in which
he resides, such time ' as may be pro-
vided by law, except such persons as have
borne arms in support of any insurrection or
rebellion against the government of the Uni
ted States, or have fled from their plaoes of
resideooeto avoid being drafted into the mil
itary service thereof, or have deserted the
military or naval service of said government
in time of war, and have not subsequently
been honorably discharged from the same,
shall have the qualification of an eleotor
and he be entitled to vote at all elections.
ED. A. PARROTT,
Speaker the House of Representatives,
ANDREW G. McBURNEY,
President of the Senate.
Passed April C, 18G7. (Gm
Aim 8. 1.W.
Commercial.
New York Market.
Flour.
$9 9015.75
Whiskey quiet and unchanged.
Wheat,
Com,
Oats,
Sugar,
Pork, mess
Beef,
Bacon,
Shoulders,
Lard,
Butter, for Ohio
2 253
1 lufcP 11
6067o
2223 75
3135 75
10J12o
9(n)ll
llj12c
12a20o
15a21c
Cheese,
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET. .
Monev nidro steady at 6 per cent, call
loans. . . .
Gold a shade better opening at 35, ad
vanoing to 35 and closing at S3.
Qovernment stocks a shade higher.
Louisville Market.
Flour, superfine
Wheal, prime red
Corn, shelled, in bulk
Oats,
9 75
2 85
75o
64o
incinnati Market.
Bark, prime chestnut O-ik
Butter, t .
Beans, prime white
Coffee, Rio
Cheese,
Eggs,
Feathers,
Flour, spring wheal
" winter wheat
Apples, green
Ginseng,
Hay,
Wheat,
Corn, shelled
Oats,
Molasses,
$13al4
28a31o
2 60;i2 90
22a25c
I6UI80
16a 7
6
9 25al2 50
12 75
3 0CK5 00
80a 85
1522
2 20a2 87
65a75o
SlaiOc
65oal 25
G0a05c
Potatoes,
Advertisements.
SlierifT's Sale.
State of Ohio, Vtnton County,
Allison Cox, Administrator m
William Cox, iee'd, Plaintiff,
agftinat
The Vinton County Oil, MininR
I timhoc rnninfinv. Dftft.
On Attachment.
BY virtue of and ly an order to rre directed from
111 Court ol Common I'leas, of Vinton County,
Ohio, 1 will offer for sale at punho aution, at tne late
residencoof Wiiimm WX, aecrasea, on wiu iu;iriou
4 Cincinnati Rail Koad, about yt ml le fcasi 01 raoon
ville, in Vinton county, Ohioi on ' ,
FIUDAV, THE BD DAY OF MAY, A. D
18G7,
at the hour of ll o'clock A. M. of said dAy, the follow'
inir nrnnprl.7. fn.nif !
One Portable Sav-Mill and
Fixtures belonging: to said mill.
Taken as the property of The Vinton County Oil,
Mining ana ijumrjer uomjany ou mi uiuoi
mentinfavoror Allison Cox, Administrator of Wil
liam Cox, dC( ased. . ,
Mniiu-(jnslhlrd eaflh In hand; ono-tlnra
in ninety days; and one-third in Sixmonths from the
day of sale deferred payments to be aocured hy per
sonal security, or cnauei nwngagv uvuii y"r
rtT' . , JOHN J. SHOCK EY,
, Bherifl Vinton County, 0.
Anril A. IMiT -4
- N. B. Persona withini Information concerning
said property can call upon or write to John A.
Snydtr, Moonville, M. C. K. B., Vinton county,
Ohio.
Xl.IDTVIIN'OTOlNrS'
t IRE ARMS
Sold by the trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 furnished the tT. S. Government.
Army Revolver!
Navy Revolver,
Bolt Revolver,
Polioe Revolver,
New Pocket Revolver,
44-100 In. Calribre,
86-100 in. Calibre,
Navy Size Calibre,
jvavy Slzecanore,
31-100 in Calibre,
(Rider' pt.81-100 in. Calibre,
Repeat iast Pistol, tKiiiot pi. j "o. m v h
pt.) no.
Vest Pocket Pistol, No. 22. ao, ana 11 uanriage:
Gun Cane, No. sa ana aa "
Breech Loading Kine, bw bj "? ,..
Revolving RifleT . 36 and 44-100 in Calibre.
E. REMINGTON & 80N8,
, ion, New York. .
ram'ci a
Afllltl.
Moore Nichol
Wm. Reed Son,
New York
Boston
Philadelphia
Baltimore
Few Orleans
' 1 ' Chicago
St. Louis
fta Fransisco
Jim. C.OrubbftCo.,
Poultney Trimble,
n.nrv VnlftOm A Co.
Johnson, Spencer 4 Co-
li. M.Biimsey a
Albert E. Crane,
March ai,isoT-ij ;
PROSPECTUS.
. or ih .
CINCINNATI WEEKLY ENQUIRER,
For 1867..
Extraordinary
Inducements
Agents!
to Ou.i
Premiums Amounting to'
be Distributed in April, 1867 '
To
For List, of Premiums and Particulars of
Distribution, see the Weekly Enquirer
and Subscription Circulars
WE, this year, offer prizes to the above amount as
an incentive to those of our patrons who will
exert themselves to form clnbfl It nnr nntwrrntilfi
be t nken in the household of all our Pemocrutic
mends, coutnanrt vent, Its intluence wculd be po
tent ir chniminf! tho political aspect ol ntlairs The
Kreat point tor which all friends of (he Union Rhould
lalior lor is the Iiisseminntion of Democratic truth.
If it had had an equal hearing with llin errors of our
opponents, we should never have had the terrible
crihiR of the M five years. Taught by sad expert,
enco ofits necessity, we trust the Democratic prest
is in future to have a larger sphere of influence at
circulation.
What evils have fallen upon the land". ownn to the
erroneous political dilution of the mnssesl If wo
would restore the old order of things once more, el
feet National Unity and the old-frhioned Peace and
Prosperity , we must place the nomocracy scniii in
rxrwr. Ad auxiliiry to this ud, iiml as the moil etU
lectivo nwnt in the work, we repeut, is the circula
tion of the llomocratic press.
The Knqnirer has some claims Upon the considera
tion of the Democracy thnt are universally acknowl
edged. Through proscription and persecution tin
eknmnted. will, mihtnvv oHiota ..iillimr nff Anr iir.
dilation in whole States and districts, threatened
with tot il suppression, personal imprisonment and
mob violenoe if wo did not change our course, we
stood by the Democratic ring and gave expression to
its tenets. Twice burned to the ground within thir
teen months, and amid t be greatest pecuniary dis
asters consequent iixn" it, we have never lost an
issue of our paper, or broken a promise to any o
our subscribers. In the future, as in the past, under
the suii of prosperity as well as the clouds of adver
sity, we shall bear aloft the Dvinocratiu Hnnner, and
be faithtnl to its orennization. Will not tho Democ
racy of the Northwest stand by them who were true
in tho darkest hours to their political and personal
interests, and will they not exert themselves to in
crease oiir circulation?
As a business and family journal, the Enquirerhas
no superior. Each number contains a largo amount
of Keneral news, latest, and most rehnblo intelli
gence and reading matter. Financial nnd Commer
cial News is made a special feature of ih Enquire".
An unusually large space hemp devoted to. full and
reliable reports of tho ruling prices of tins aud other
markets.
Tho Weekly Enquirer will be mailod to subscri
bers at the following reduced rates.
Single copy, oneyonr, 3 'i 00
" " six months, li5
Ten copies, one year, 2uuo
With an additionalcopy to the getter up of the club.
Money to be sent at our aisk by express, prepaid,
or in registered letters by mail. For sums over ten
dollars hy mail, drnlls or post office money orders
should be procured. Address
JTAHAN McLKAN,
Cincinnati. Ohio.
Specimen copies and subscription circulnrs con
taming list of prizes aud all necessary information
sent on application.
A AY WITH SPEC
TACLES. OLD
EYES MADE NEW,
easily, without doctor
or medicines. Sent,
poet paid, ou receipt of
10 cents.
Dr. E. B. FOOTE,
1130 Broadway, N. Y.
AWAY WITH UN
COMFOBTABLU TRUSSES. COM
FORD AND CURB
for the RUPTURED,
Sent post paid on re
ceipt of, 10 cents."
Address
Dr. E. B. FOOTE,
1130 Broadway, N.T.
CONFIDENTIAL IN
J FORMATION TO
T11E MARRIEDI Sent
in sealed Envolope on
reoipt of 10 conta.
Address Dr. E. B.
FOOTE, Author of
Medical Common
. Sense.
1130Broadway,N.Y.
February 58, 18ii7.
THE LADY'S FRIEND,
A Beautiful Premium Engraving, and Re-
dueed Prices to Clubs
mjlE LADY'S FRIEND announces lor Wit the
JL following noveletes: A New Story by Mrs. Henry
Wood, author ol 'East' Lynne,' 'The Chnnnings,'
Hour n Woman had her Wav.' bv Ehaalielh I'res-
cott, author of 'Told by the Sun.' '.lo Longer
Youne.' bv Amanda M. uouglus, author 01 'in
Trust",' etc. 'Dors Cnstel,' by Frank Lee Kenedict.
It will giv a splendid double pnge finely colored
Fashion Plate-engraved an steel in evesy number.
It will give a beautifully executed fancy steel en
graving, and A large assortment of wood cuts, illust
rating fashions, fancy work, etc., in every number,
It will give a popular piece of Musio, worth tho cost
of the magazine itself, In every numlier. It will give
a copy of the Beautiful rremmm Steel Er.graving
One of Life's Happy Hours' 20 by 30 inches, to ev
ry single t2,00 subscriber, and to every person a
club. t T ,, ,
Itoflbrsas weminms Wheeler 4 Wilson's Sewing
.Machines, silver Plated Tea Sets, Spoons, Pitchers,
Gold and Silver Watches, Gtrtis, Rifles, Melodions-,
Clothes Wringers, Appieton's Cyclopedias, 4o.
TERMS.
1 copy, (and the engraving)) I 2 59 ,
4 copies, "
5 copies, (and one gratis) 8 00
8 copies, (and one gratis) VI 00
Wl nnniea nnd one rratisl 28 "C
One copy each of the Lady's Friend and the Satur
day Evening rosuorjiw.
The getterup oiaciuowui always receive iuu,jr ui
the rremium jngravuia- uiemuero ui .ju winn
ing the Engraving must remit one dollar extra.
n Teose desirous of getting tip clubs or (premium
lita should enclose 16 cents tor sample Nagasiae,
containing the particluars. Address
v&&jvn ot niittoui'ii
319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
PROSPECTUS
J-OF TH8
OUIO STATESMAN
.For 1867.
AS in thetlast, throngh snnehine and storm, Tne
st,,iY.mjnwili continue inflexibly Demo-
innnlterablv devoted to an advocacj of the
maintenance of the Constitution, in spirit and in let
... n,i t.n Hie nreservation of the Union. Aside
fro'n this, The Statesman will bestow particular at
tention to .
Newt, Legislativ . and Congressional
Reports, Choice, Instructive and
Pleasing Literature.
And will giv"faithful market reports from the lead
!- ioiv.il Centers of the country.
On the 13th of December, The Weekly Stnttsman
will he so enlarged as to give two and a half addi
tional eolumns o f leading matter weekly. .The fol
lowing are the
TERMS CASH IN ADVANCE.
Daily Statesman, per yeai,
six months,
9 00
4 60
. 4 SO
1 24
Trl-Weekly Statesman, per year.
WEEKLY STATESMAN.
One copy, six months, for
One copy, one year, for
Five copies, one year, for
Tennoopies, one yean lor
Twe ty copies, one year, let
I 100
too
t 00
17 6(1
32 no
76 0O
Fiflyeopifi, on. year, hr -
Columfcusj Okio
I
I
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F URN ITU HE !
-ATr
GREATLY REDUCD FRSCCS"
1 i
I TAVING purchased and completely renovated
J. A tjjo
FURNITURE SHOP,
IX McARTIlCR.,
(formerlV occupied by E. T. Rotliwell,! wotiH re
sportfully announce to (he public thitt he intends to
keep constantly on,haud, u complete assoit.nent of
CABINET FUnWITURS,
suitable lor this market, at
GREATLY REDUCED TRICES,
gotten up m a style of wo rltmanship not to be excel
; led bv any shop in this section.
All kinds of work in bis line will be neatly and
promptly done on very low terms.
Tiarixixig;
Of all kinds duiie to order on short notico.
UNDERTAKING.
A full supply of
OOPPffKTS ,
kept constantly on hand ; and
T)QV CGIlt
1
will be deducted
on nlljordera for cash down.
March 7, 1807-11
P. HOnTON.
THE
HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
COMPANY,
OF CONNECTICUT
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
of ma
Hartford Live Stock Insurance
Co.,
Of Connecticut,
f rtN lIie i day of November, 18CG, made
J to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the
Statute of that State.
I. CAPITAL,
The amount of its Capital Stock
paid up, is
$150,000 00
II.
ASSETS,
in tho hands
Cash' on hand, and
of Agents. . . . .
Tho Bonds and Stocks owned by
the Company
Debts duo the Company, secur
ed by Mortgage, .. .
Debts otherwise secured, . '
Debts for Premums, ; . .
All other Securltes, . .
$22,312 C
43,457 50
36,500 00
50,000 00
2,785 67
211 00
Total Assets of Company, $155,296 S3
111. mauiiiiaua,
None-.
IV. MISCELLANEOUS.
The greatest amount insured in
any one risk, . .
$2,000 00
Statu of Connectic ut, 1
County of Haetford, j
E. N. Kellogg, President, and W. C. Good
rioh, Secretary of the Hartford Live Stock
Insurance Company, being severally sworn,
depose and say, that the foregoing is a full,
truo and correct statement of the affairs of
said Insurance Company, and that they are
the above descriDea umcers thereof.
E.N. KELLOGG, President.
W. C. GOODRICH, Seorotary.
Subscribed and sworn before me, this 9th
day ofNovember, lbbH,
Sbai.. . WM. HAMERSLEY,
Com'rfor the Slate of Ohio.
Fivi Ckst Stamp.
Offwf of thb Auditor of Statb, 1
Columbus, O., Nov. lO, I860.
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 to
and filed in this Office, for the year 1867.
Ssal Witness my hand and seal ofB-
JAS. H. GODMAN,
Auditor of Btate.
By Jas. Wuhahs, Ch'f Clerk.
CERTIFCATE OF AUTHORITY.
(To Expire on the 31st day of January, 1801.)
Of'fics or thb Auditor of State,
1.N80&A&CE department;
CoLUMnns, O., Nov 19, 1867.
,
Whereas, The HARTFORD LIVE STOCK
INSURANCE COMPANY, looated at Hart
ford, in the State of Connecticut, has filed
in this office a sworn statement of its con
dition, as required by the act "ToRegUlate In.
surance Companies not Incorporated by the
State of Ohio,'' passed April 8, 1356, and
amended February 9, 18G4, and the act "To
regulate Foreign Insurance Companies,"
passed April 5, i860; and, Whereas, said
Company has furnished the undersigned
satisfactory evidence that it is possessed of
an actual Cspital of at least one hundred
AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, invested 8.B
required by said acts; and, Whereas, said
Company h&a filed in the office a "written
instrument under its oorporate Beal, signed
by the President and Secretary thereof, au
thorizing any agent or agents of said Com
pany In this Utate to acknowledge service ot
process, for and in behalf of Baid Company
according to the terms. ef said act of April
8. 1850.
Now, Therefore, in pursuance of the not
aforesaid, 1 JAMES H, UUUMAIN, Auditor
of State for Ohio, do hereby certify that
said HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSOR-
ANCE COMPANY of Hartford, Connecticut,
is authorized to transact the business of
Live Stock Insurance in this Slate until
the thirty-first day of January, in the year
one thousand eight hundred anil' sixty-
eight.
Seal.
Ix Witness Whereof, 1 have
hereunto . subscribed - my
name and caused the seal of
. . my office to be affixed the
'. . . day and year above written
r? JAS. II. GODMAN,
Auditor f State.
1 By Jas. Williams,
, , Ch'f Clerk
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