WEIGHTS TO THE BUSHEL.
Barley Mali B(
Corn in ear
Kve nan icii
Clover Seed. We believe,
eaystlie Kural New Yorker,
that a crop of clover eeed ta
ken from the land exhausts the
Boil more than a crop which is
cut for hay. Any seed crop, it
is well known, ia more exhaus
tive than a mere fodder crop.
One strong reason for cutting
timothy for hay early, is to. re
move it from the soil before it
has abstracted those elements
which form the seed. It lm
covcrishes the soil much less
than if cut later. The first
frrowth of clover is not crcneral
Iv disnosed to seed much; hence
it is not so exhaustive as other
crrasscs if cut late. But the
second crop, which bears the
eeed, is injurious to the land
at least the takinsr it away is
Unless remuneration is made to
the soil it will pay better to let
the seoond growth oi rot on tne
land, or feed it off.
Food tok Sheep. A cor
respondent of the Northwest
ern Farmer thinks sheep should
have a greater variety of food
than any other domestic animal,
and says that Linnceus found
sheep refused only 141 species
of plants out of 517 offered
them. He thinks the first feed
in morning (should be of good
There is only, two things
woth looking at in a horse
action and soundness.
Salve made of linseed oil
one pint; rosin three ounces;
beeswax three ounces, melted
and well mixed, is as good as
any ever sold at 25 cents a
on hand in March and April,
the taster they Will fear VOUnffl
, , , .5, i
Dees, ana me more workers win
be ready to gather the harvest
from f'riut blosnoms.
TnAT great English experi
menter, Mr. Lawes, states that
500 pounds of barley meal,
where it is made a sole feed for
ewine, will increase the weight
of a pig from 100 to 200 pounds.
'Bees naturally cluster be
low their stores, and the heat
ascending keeps the honey
The state of Ohio.
Office the Secretary of State.
I. William Hknbt Skitr, Srcretarr of
BtaU of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify
that the following is a true copy of the
joint resolution passed by the General As
sembly ot the State of Ohio, on the 6th day
of April, A. D. 1867, taken from the original
rolls on file in this office. '
In Testimony Whereof, I hate here
unto subscribed my name and affix
L. 8. ed the great Seal of the State of
Ohio, at Colubus, the 6th day of
. , April, A. 1. 1867.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH.
Secretary of State.
Eelatlve to an Amendment of the Constitu
tion, providing for the extension of the
Retolved by the General Attmbhj of Vie
State of Ohio, (three-fifths of the members
elected to each House agreeing thereto,)
That it be and is hereby proposed to the
eleotors of this State to vote at tbenext annual
October elcotion, upon the approval or rejec
tion of the following amendment as a sub
stitute for thefimt seotiou of the fifth Arti
cle of the Constitution of this Stale, to-wit
Every male citizen of the United States, of
ibe age of twenty-one years, who shall have
been a resident or tne Mate one year
next preceeding tne election, 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 Unt
ted States, or have fled from their places of
residence (o avoid being drafted into the mil.
itary service thereof, or have deserted the
military or naval tervice of said government
in time oi war, and have not subsequently
been honorably discharged from the same,
hall have the qualifications of an elector
and be entitled to vote at all elections.
ED. A. PARROTT,
Speaker the House of Representatives.
ANDREW G. McBURNEY,
Pueidmt of (he Senate.
Passed April 6, 1867. .(6m
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HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
' OF CONNECTICUT '
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITIO
Hartiord liive stocic insurance
ON the let day of November, 18G6, mkde
to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to (the
Statute of that State.
The amount of its Capital Stook
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Cash oa hand, and in the hands
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All other Securltes, . . 211100
I Total Assets of Company, $155,290 83
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Statu of Connecticut, )
County of Habtford,
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E. N: KELLOGQ, President
; W. C. tlOODRICH, Seorrtary.
Subscribed and sworn before, me, his 9th
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Bbal. WM. IIAMEIISLET,
Com'rfor the Stale if Ohit
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Orricc of tub Auditor o
Columbut, O., Nov. 19; 1806,
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Condition of the Hartford Live Stook In
surance Company of Connecticut, made to
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Sisal Witness my hand and sal offi
- JAS. II. GOPMAN, .
" ' Auditor of State.
By' Jas. Williams, Ch,'f Cleric.
CERTIFCATE OF AUTHOKrTY.
(To Expire on the 31st day of January, 18C.)
0ific of rn Auditor of Stat, . "
lKBUBANCE DEPAETMENTJ '
. Columbus, O., Nov 19, 1867. J
Whebeas, The HARTFORD LIVE STOCK
INSURANCE COMPANY, located 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 "ToJKegulate In
surance Companies not incorporated by the
State of Ohio," passed April 8, I860, and
amended February 9, 1864, and the act "To
regulate Foreign Insurance Companies,"
passed April 5, 18GG; and, Whereas said
Company has furnished the ' undersigned
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an actual Capital of at least one hundred
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said HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSUR.
ANCE COMPANY of Hartford, Connecticut;
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the ibirty-first day of January, intheyesr
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., Ch'f Clerk.
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March T, 1867 Civ
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Allison Cox, Administrator ol 1
William Cox, leu'd, 1'luintiiT,
against - On Attachment.
The Vmton County Oil, Mining
and Lumber Company, lefl.)
BY virtue of and by an order to tre directed froni
(he Court of Common Virat, of Vinton County,
Ohio, I will offer for sale at public aution, at the lata
residence of William Cox, deceased, on the Marietta
& Cincinnati Rail Road, about y mile East ol iluou
ville, in Vinton county, Ohio, eu
FK1DAY, THE 3D DAY OF MAY, A. D.
at tho hour of 11 o'clock A.M. of said day, the follow
ing property, to-wit:
One Portable Saw-Mill and
Fixtures belonging to said mill.
Taken as the ptoptrly of The Vinton County Oil,
Mining and Lumber Coniyany on on order of attach
ment in favor of Allison Cox, Administrator of Wil
liam Cox, deceased.
Ternw of Sole One-third cash in hand; one-third
in ninety days; and one-third in Six months from tha
uay of sale deferred payments to be Htuwred by per
sonal security, or chattel mortgage upon said prop
erty. JOHN J. SHOCK EY,
. Sherit) Vinton County, O.,
April 4,1807 -4w
N. B. Persons wishing information concerning
taid property can call upon or wiiie to John H.
.Snyder, Moonville, M. & C, U. K., Vinton county,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
HAVING purchased and completely renovated
- IN MoARTHUR,
(formerly occupied by E. P. Bothtvell,) would re
spectfully announce to the public that lie intends to
keep constantly ou.huod, a complete assortment of
suitable lor this market, at
GRIATLY R.EDUCED PRICIS,
gotten up in a style of workmanship not to be excel
led by any shop in this section.
All kinds of work in his line will he neatly aud.
promptly done on very low lerma.
Of all kinds dona lo ordor on short notice. '
A full supply of
keptconetantly.on hand; and
10 per cent, will be deducted
on all orders for cash down.
March 7, 1SU7-H P. 1I0RT0X
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Representative in Congress H. B. BU.NDT.
HUt Henator-J. BKADBUKY.
Representative A.J. SWAIM.
Common I'laaa Judge-.I. P. I'LYI.ET. ;
Probate Judge JOSEPH KALEK.
Auditor W.R FELTON'.
Recorder JONATHAN BHINB.
Proscuting Attorney ARCHIBALD MAT,
Treasurer DAVID FOREMAN.
Clerk of Courts GEORGE LANTZ.
Shonfl JOHN J. BHOCKEY.
Ceroner-WaUAM D. HIGGINH.
( WILLIAM CI.ArtK.
CmmusIoner--J DOUGLAS PUTNAM, Ja.,
linuitKia ALiUAUUU. .
Post Offices In Vinton County.
Name of Office. Township. Post Master
Richland J, Wilcox
Clinton S. Isaminger
Eagle : . Miles Radcliff ,:
Swan. I. Reynolds,,
Clinton W BurteLshaw
Swaa , Wm., Tajloi
Elk , , George Try
Madison" J. 0. Will
Riohland ' ! ' . '
Reed'l Milli -8waa
Name of Office. Township. Post Master Rail Roads.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI RAIL-ROAD.
0$ and aitet January e, 1867, -Trains will nut a
follows;,. ,- - -MAILEA8T
" NIGHT EXPRESS IA
Depart Cincinnati j T:ao r.u, ;
.. Loveland Itl"
" Chillicotha IS OS r.. '
VIM a.m. ,
, S 00 " .
10 48 "
ii 00 it
J 23 "
A 45 "
NISHT EXPRESS WM
S 38 ia. 7 13 r.a.
: jo io .
10 4fi "
4 32 "
. ; - I 64 ' '
witk Train oa the
Conneehons made at Hamdsn
Portsmouth Brancn. -
Close connections marie at Cincinnati vith alt
Western Trains; and at Parkersburg with the Balti
more and Ohio Rail oed.
:. OIlliAND PMITH.
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