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Items of Local Interest.
Fire. The dwelling hous of James Ward,
on Market Street, oaught fire last Saturday;
but owing to tbo prompt appearance! of the
eiiixens, the flames were subdued with but
email lo. -
The farmers of Vinton County inform us
that the prospsot of the ooming' wtieot crop
ie of the most enoouraging nature ; , "
DgDiciTioN,--The new Catholic Church,
at Waverly, Ohio, was dedioated by Arch
bishop Purcoll, on the 8th Inst.
Mm. Paqb will acoept the thankB of (he
Printers of the Enquirer Office for the' excel
lent wedding cake sent. . ", .
Job Pristinq. Get all your Job Printing
done at the ' Enquirtr Printing Offioe, in
Malone's Building, for, besides the best print
ing, you will also find the lowest prices.
Local items of intetest will be thankfully
received from our friends, at any time, from
any part of this or adjoining counties.
f h Wanted. Bring all
thh Biee, where the highest
will be paid for them.
your rags to
Sweet Potatoes ad Sweet Pota
to Plans ro- 8alb. Levi Wyman, who re.
ides lj miles south from MoArthurand
north of McArthur Station, wishes to inform
the publio that he has for sale a large quantity
of the Yellow Nansemond Sweet Potatoes, the
best kind for this climate, which he will sell
.at $4 per bushel.' He, intends to raise plants
from 50 bushels of Sweet Potatoes this sea
on. Those wiehlng Sweet Potatoes or Sweet
Potato Plants, will please call upon or ad
dress him at Dundus, Vinton County, Ohio
He can, on receipt of the money, ship either
Potatoes or Plants by Railroad to a ny point.
Give him a liberal patronage.
S. C. Swtri, Chillicothe, Ohio, as will be
seen by referring to an advertisement in to
day's paper, is now receiving a full stook of
Ooods in Lis line, bought in the East within
the past few days, at much lower prices than
the early Spring purchasers. vv e are cure that
lie sills all his Goods as low as can be bought
in the Cincinnoti Market, and many articles
at lower rates. We would advise the merchants
of Vinton County to go and examine his
floods.' Uis assortment is large and com
plete. ' M
Personal.- Our friend, Allen G. Gilleland,
late of the Zaleski Furnace Co, Store, now
resides at Odin,' Marion Coiinty, Illinois.
Train a letter received last week from him,
we learn that ho is opening a Dry Goods
Store in that place. May he prosper in his
new homs.i y ,--f!' ,
I We were please 3 to meet,- on Saturday
last, our young friend, Ua. S. lletcalf, with
whom we formed an acquaintaace at this
town many years since
I you want good Photographs, Ambro
4ypes,Opalotypes, or any other kind of pio
tares, go to C. J. Billingliurst. He is better
prepared -than ever for enlarging pictures to
lake jour old, faded, scra'ched, and de
faced pictures to him, 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 to do that
kind of work. . ,'. v . 'v
If you want a fine gold ring or ether jew
tlry, call and see. him. ,.. , .
If you don't want anything, call and see
Lis pictures. ' "
' He will always be found at his rooms du
line business hours, in T. B. Davis build;
inpi up stairs.
. Ir you want to buy or sell anything; no
-matter what, the best way you can accom
plish your object is to advertise in the En-
cutr. f -w ie the
time to advertise. Try
"Tui H saves li Cherubs." We have for
sale at this office the most superb steel line
engravings of "The Heavenly Cherubs,"
from Raphael's "Sistiae Madonna,!' which we
invite everybody especially the ladies to
call and see. ,Th.s. j$oe ia lowj,;.. u v
. Pabticolab, . Notice. Those ; who prefer
Py init. their Subscriptions in any kind of
country produce, oir' V wood or coal, are
informeoTthat they a id to, as. we have
made arrangements to reoeive the same at
any time. 8endui your names, your 'coun
try produce, wood and ' coal,' and , we . will',
send you the Enquirer, and then you will be
happy and "can go on your way rejoioing I ,
: :-r-r (";'vv": ;''
A Wooles Factoet. A person who owns
a jarge .and valuable .tract of land, through
which the Marietta and Cinoinnati, Railroad
passes, west of iinadjbinijl jlif" JZaleakl
Estate, in JHnton county, authorizes us to
state that a site for-a Woolen- Factory will
be iven free to any party who will build
upiZfit. It is an exoelle' place for a Wool
en Factory ; about one mire from the Zaleskl
Depet of the M. 4 C. ft. B.; and water, coal,
wood, and every thing else necessary for
building and .running as establishment of
' this kind, being near at . hand. We think
there it not a more convenient location ia
this county for a "Woolen Faotory, ' For fur
ther particulars call oa or address the Edi
lor of this paper. ..'' ' i: " !'
I m,.-r ii!. rnrnnr) Is almost universally
f -wv wimw vvyviHi n
,'nceded by the press to be the child I pa
per published in the country. Btrkthtrt
fynmty lfwi JagU. , " '.;
' : The price V "The Little Corporal b .on
dollarayear. ..... . ' ; '"!. '".V.' mr.
Bample oopies, showing a , most .superb
Hst of premiums, lOrcenta.
Address tha jnblliher. Alfred, Pi.,,SewU
Til J!-r ".
Tin Election jm Cu.mto.1 Township.
The following is the result of the election'
held in Clinton
1st of April'
Township, on Monday, the
i . u .
T. M Bay
George A. Craig
John Dill ...
J, A Higgins
George A. Craig
T. W MoKinnis
Juitice of (he rtace:
B. W. Kelch
John A Higgins
We are under obligations to our friend, B
W. Kelch, Esq., for the above figures.
Spring; work is coming on in the Field,
Orchard, and Garden, and in the grounds
about the House as well as in the House.
The best information about the most pleasant
and profitable method of performing this
work is, of course, to be found in that large.
reliable and Cheap journal, the American
Airiculiuraliit. We have received the April
number, and it fullytcarries out the Publish
ers' promise to always keep on making every
number better than the previous one. This,
like every ether issue thus far this year, has
eight large pages extra. This single num
ber contains between 40 and 50 pleasing and
instructive engravings, one of them , a full
page, and several others very large and beau
tiful. A full three-page calender of Work to
be done will furnish many useful hints for
the Farm, Garden and Household.
A slashing artiole on Humbugs exposes by
name a large number of the swindlers of the
There are, besides, more than a hundred
articles and items full of instruction to every
cultivator of a garden plot, or a farm. More
than 160 000 people now enjoy the advata-
ges onereti by the American Agnculiumlx and
everyoouj else, and his wife (and hie chil
dren also) should have it. Its beautiful
piotures are alone worth many times its cost
which is only $1.50 a year, or four copies
', Take our advice and try the Agrieulturiet
this year, and we will guarantee satisfaO'
Orange Judd & Co 41 Park Bow. New
lork City, are the publishers. .
In Hnmdon. on the lTlh Inst.. Mast T.ortnra Pittt
wife of Ueurge L. Petty, aged 35 years and lu months'
New York Market.
Flour, ' : $9 9016 25
wniskey quiet ana uncnangea.
Wheat, "., : 1053
Corn, 1 201 33
Oats,' ' ' 7175o
Sugar, 1 1 ' 10JllJo
I'ori, mess . 87
Beef, ' 3135 75
Bacon, " I0l12o
Butter, for Ohio , 12a2Uo
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET.
Money more steady at 6 per cent, call
Uold a shade belter opening at 35, ad'
vancing to 35 and closing at 38.
, Government stocks a shade higher.
Flour, superfine .,
Wheat, prime red .
Corn, shelled,, in bulk
1 9 75
Bark, prime ohestnut oik m '. . $13al4
Butter,: ' '! 28a31e
Beans, prime white . . . 3 60 i2 90
Coffee, Rio i 22Ja25o
Cheese, . ' 16Jal8o
EggB, ' 1
Feathers, ' ' - 6
Flour, spring wheat 25al2 BO
v ' winter wheat s U 75
Applest green ' 3 00a5 00
Ginseng, h . 80a 84
Hay, - (' - . - 22
Wheat, ' ' ' 2 20a2 87
Corn,shslled i ' 65a75o
Oats, v v ,i 51at9e
Molasses, ' ' ' . 65cal 25
Potatoes," '-.. ; : 60a65o
tgTA Yobo Ladt . returning to lier
country home, after a sojourn of a few months in the
city, was hardly recogised by her friends. In plaoe
of a coarse, rustic flushed face, she had a soft ruby
complexion or almost mamie smoomness, anai in
stead ot twenty-three sne reauy appeared du eign-
teen. upon inquiry av me cause ui u ginanaviiniige,
tba n ain vmia tnem cnai. sue uau uwu uia uirvm.
t.wU.iu anH nnaidnred it an invaluable acauiai
tion to any lady's touei. y us use auy uiwj or
Gentleman can improve their personal apperance an
hundred fo d. It ia simple in. lis comoination. as
Nature herself ia simple, yet unsurpassed in its .effl.
ionv in rirswinir imnurities from, also healing, cleans
Ina and beautiiving the skin and eomplexion. By its
direct action on the cuticle it draws from it all its
impurities, kindly healing the same, and leaving the
i,r, aa Nature, iutended it should be, clear, soft.
smooths and beaufirul. Prtee 1, sent by mail or
express, on receiptor an oraer oy
y. L. CLARK ft CO., Chemists,
" No. S West Fayette Street, Syracuse, H. T.
The only American Agents fortne sale of the same.
- KnotyThy Destiny J
u.;,nl v TnoMiTflif. the frreat Enilish As-
pln.oiB.nt and Psvchometrician, who has
astonished the wientiflo lasses of the Old World, has
i tr.A k.raaif at Hudson.' N. Y. Madame
Thornton possesses suoh wonderful powers of second
sight, as toenable her to impart knowledge of the
l,.rA.r. white in a state of trance, she delineates
the very features ot the person you are to marry,
and bv the aid of an instrument of intense power.
known an the Paychomoirope, guarauiw i"
. uZ uZL , r of the ftitureliusbflnd or wife of the
hambur ao .anda ol testimonials can assert.
Finlapa of birth, age, disposiUon and complex -rlnclosini
rrtyeento and a stamped envelope
itMV "i reoeive the picture
I;2TIirH information by return mail. Alloommu
and desired injormau j Address in oonti-
f u.M7r P.O.BOX223, Uud-
Wonderful but True.
MiDAxa Diminoton, the wnrld-renowned Aslrolo
list and Bomnambuhstic Clairvoyant, while in a clair
vovant state, delineates the verv features of the per
son you are to marry, and by the aid of an instru
ment of intense power, known ns the Psychomotrope,
guarantees to produce a life-like picture of the future
Kutbaud or wife of the applicant, with date of mar
riage, o oenpation, leading traits of cliarctr, a
This is no imposition, as testimonial! without num
ber can assert. Br stating phce ol birth, age, depo
sition, color of eyes and hair, and enclosing tiny
cents, and stamped envelope addressed to yourself,
you will receive the picture by return mail, togotlier
with desired information.
. -Address in 'confidence, Maoim Gmtuis
RamutoTOii, P. 0. Box 27, West Troy, N. Y.
FREE TO EVERYBODY.
A Large S pp. Circular, giving Information of the
greateat importance to the young of both sexes.
" 1, ..h hnm iho hnn-.nlv muv become beautilUI
i i i n.i Vi rorsntpn loved.
me u..p. "-"!-""' ,l their
Address, aud receive a oopy jwst-paid, by return mail.
10 youuu may or tenuemon miuu,u,..
Auareus r. iruwc,
April 18, 1807-OmJ
Troy, N. Y.
Lower Rates !
AM now receiving a full stock of Goods in my Una,
bought atlower rates tiian the early Upnng pur
Small Wakes GeneeallyI
HAVE ALSO ADDED TO MY STOCK
II.ITI3 GOODS !
. I s. C. SWIFT.
Thomas Beach, Administrator 1
of Estate of Dr. John Coats,
Pe'itlon to Bell
An Vintnn Countu Probate Court, State of Ohio
t Arthur nofa nrf RnmuelC. Cane, who resida in
theSlateofOhio, nd to the unknown heirs of Dr,
John Coats, deceased:
-TT-rin ... hamhv notified that Thomas Heech, Au-
Y mmietrator of the Estate of Dr. John Coats, de
ceased, on the 23d day of April, A. V. 1807, filed his
petition in the Probate f:ourt, wlthiu and for the
county of Vinton, and State of Ohio, alleging that
thff personal estate of decedent is insufficient to pay
Ins del and the charges of Administering his Eb
tote: that he died seiaed in fee simple of the follow
ing doscribed Real Estate, aituate m said county, to
wit The North-west Quarter of the South-west Quarter
of Rnnge Number Seventeen 17, Township Niimber
Ten 10. Section NnmDerxwo conimumg
a. .a n....na nra nr luu.
That Arthur Coats and the unknown heirs at laws
who hold the next Estate of Inheritance therein,
the prayer of said petition isfor.lhe sale ol said prem
Said petition will be for hearing on theMth day of
May, A. 1. 1807, or as soon thereafter as can De
heard. THOMAS bBAi;i, aum r
: of lr. John Coats, deceased.
April 23, 1367-it '
Auburn. Golden, Flaxen & Silken
T-vi?nntTf!ED b7 the use of Prof. DB
X BRETJX". FHISEB LB CHEVEUX. One
application warranted to curl the most
straight and stubborn hair of either sex into
wavy ringlets, or heavy jnassive curls. Has
been used by the fashionables of fans ana
London, with the most graitrying resuus.
Tinea no iniurv to the hair, Prioe by mail,
sealed and postpaid, $1. Descriptive Circu
lars mailed free. Address Ufinuan,,
SIIUrT3 & CO., Chemists, No. 285 River St.,
t, n V . Rnia Airents for tne unneo
Statai. ' April 18, '67-1,
EXCELSIOR ! EXQELSIOK !
Hair Exterminator ! I
u ,.h IC.l t .; . iii i.U
For Removing Superfluom nlrf.
TO the ladies? aspeoially, . this inTaluable
depilatory recommends itselT as teing
an almost indlspenslble article to female
beauty, is easily applied, does not. burn or
i the sTtin.-but aots directly on the roots.
U is warratsd to Temove superfluous halt
from low foreheads, or from any part of the
body, completely, totally and naioaOy ax-i
tirpiaunf tne same, ""6 -smoothe
and natural.' This is, the only arti
cle used by the French, and is the only real
effeotual depilatory in existence. Price 75
oents per paokago, sent post-paid, to any ad
dress, on receipt of an owler by -
. BERGEB, 8HUTT3 & CO.,
, ,'. ,' n .285 River .St., Troy, N. Y. 1
'Oh, was she beautiful and fair, : .. n
! With starry eyes, and eadiant hair .
Whose culing tendrils woft, entwined ,
fcnehained tha very heart ana mina.
' C R 1 8 P E R COMA,
for Curling the Hair of either Stx info Wa,vy
ani Gloity Rmgltt or ueavy irn. i
BY using this artiole ' Indies ana wenue
menlcan beautify themselves a thousand
fold. It ia the only article in the world
that willeurl alraight hair, and at the same
tm. k a "beautiful, (lossy appearance.
The Crisper Coma not only ourls the hair,
but Invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it;
is highly and delightfully perfumed, and it
ihn mnateomnleto artiola of the kind ever
offered to the American public. The Crisper
Coma nill be sent to any address, sealed
and po?tpaid for V- ;' )" ,',
i Address au oraers to
I w 1,. CLARK & CO.. Chemists,
No. 3 WeBtFayeltiStmtjSyraotwejN.T, v
Tlirow'away your lul'e friixeS, your stiitchei, your
wig :. .i j ,
Instructive of comfort, and not worth a flg;
Come aged, come youthful, oonie ugly and fair,
auu icjuicein your own luxuriant nail.
FOR restoring hair upon bald heads (from whatev
er cause it may have lallen out) and forcing a
growth of hair upon the face, it has no eaual. It will
orce the beard to grow unon the smoothest face in
from five to eight weeks, or hair upon heads in Irom
two to three. A few practitioners have asserted that
there ia noti ing that will force or hasten the growth
of the hair or besrd. Their assertions are false, as
thousands of living witnesses (from their own expe
rience) can bear witness. But many will say, how are
we todiiiingiiish the genuine from the spurious? It
certainly is difficult, a nine-tenths ol tne different
Preparations advertised lor the hair and heard are
entirely worthless, and you may have already thrown
away large amounts in ineir purchase. To sm:n we
would say, try the Reparntor Cappilli; it will cost
you nothing unless it fully comes to our representa
tions. If your Druggist dues not keep it, semi us one
dollar ana we will forward it, postpaid, together w'lh
a receipt for the money, which will be returned you
on application, providing entire .satisfaction is not
W. L. & Ul., Ihemslt,
No. 8 West Fayette Street,
al8yl Syracuse, New York.
The World Astonished
AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame.H. A, PERRIGO.
SHE reveala", secrets no mortal ever"knew. She
restoieslo happiness those who, Irom doleful
vents, catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relations
nd frionds, loss ot money, Ac., have become de
spont'ent. She brings together those long separa
ted, gives information concerning absent friends or
lovers, restores loal or nolen property, tells you the
bumness you are best qualified lo pursue and in
what you will be most successful, causes speedy mar
riages and tells you the very dny you will marry,
gives you the name, likeness and characteristics of
the person. She reads your very thoughts, anu bv
her almost aupernaturul powers unveils the dark
and hidden mysteries of the future. From the stars
we see in the firmament the malefic stars that over
oome or predominate in the configuration from the
aspects and positions of the plauets and the fixed
stars in the heavens at the time of birth, she deduces
the future destiny of man. Fail not to consult the
greatest Astrologistonearth, It costs you but a trifle,
and you may never again have so fnvorable an oppor
tunity. O ousultation free, with likeness and all de
sired information, $1. Parties living at a distancccan
consult the Madame by mail witlt equal safety and
satisfaction to themselves, as II in person. A full and
T..i,nii. ..i.urt urittAfi nut. with all inmiines answer
ed and li kenenB enclosed, sent by mail on receipt of
price above mentioned. I lie strictest secrecv wihub
maintained, and all correspondence returned or de
utn.t.1 RrarAm.osnr iha hishpst'order furnished
thuse desiring them. Write plainly the dny of the
month and year in which you were born, enclosing s
small lock of hair. , ,
Address, Madame H. A. PERRIGO,
ni8j , P. O. Drawer 21W, Buflulo, M. Y.
There comelh glad tidings of joy to all,
To vnnnif nH In old. to ureat and to small:
The beauty which once was so precious aud.raro,
is free lor an, ana an my oe iwr.
By the we of
C HASTE LLAR'8
ml hniitifVinff the complexion,
The most valuable and perfect preparation in
use, for giving the skin a beautiful pearl-like tint, that
ia oniy found in youth. It quickly remove
HMB V.plinhn.1. anJ all ImnliritlAS Ot the BklU, KinU
ly healing the same, leaving the skin white andciear
as an aiaoaster. its use cannot, ve uniw j
closest scrutiny, and being a vegetable preparation
is perleotlyniarmless- Itis'theonly nrticleused iy
the French, and is considered by the Parisian as in
dispensable to a perfect toilet. Upwarda of Mul
bottles were sold during the last year, a sufficient
minnntAA of its nfflnnnv. Price only 78 cents, cent
by mail, post paid, on receipt of an orac, by
J BEKGEK, bHUTra 4 CO., Chemist",
April 18,l8C7-ly J 285 lliver i3trect,.Troy, M. Y.
WHISK LI J ,
MUST AC HE S I
T710RCED to erow upon the smoothest face
J in' from three to five weeks by using Dr,
SEViONE'8 RESTAURATEUR CAPILLA-
IRE, the most wonderful discovery in modern
science, aoting upon the Beard and Hair in
nn almost miraoulous manner. It has been
used by the elite of -Paris and London with
the most flattering success. , Names of all
purchasers will be registered, and if entire
satisfaction is not given in every Instance,
the money will be cheerfully refunded. Prioe
by mail, sealed ana post-paiu, qir uBHoniiu-
iveoiroulars ana tesiimoumia muu ireo,
Arirs RERQER. 8HUTT8 & CO., Chemists,
Nv 2B5 River Street. Troy,. N. Y. Sole
Agents for the United States.
ITEM CREST'S MONTHLY
TTNIVERSLLY. acknowledged the Model
I Parlor Maraztiie of America, unvoted to
Di.1 erf nai Stories. Poems. Sketohes, Aro!
tecture, and Model Cottages, Househbld Mat
ters, Gems of Thought, Personal and JLlterary
Gossip (inoluding speolal departments on
Fashions,) Instructions on Health, Gymnas
tic Equestrian Exeroises, Skating, Musie,
Amusements, ebt.; all by tha , best, authors,
and profusely and artistically illaetroted
with costly engravings (full sise,) useful and
reliable Patterns, Embroideries, Jewelry, and
a suooession of artlstio noveletits, with other
useful and enterlaing literature..
No person of refinement, economical bouse,
wife, or lady of taste, oan afford , to do with
mil. ft, tAIndel MonthlV. '
Kindle noniei. 80 cents.' Vaok numbers, as
unenimens. 10 cents: either mailed free.
Yearly. $3,' with valuable premium; two
copies, $5 60j three copies, $7 50; five copies,
$12, and splendid premiums for clubs at $ 3
eaoh, with the. firs premium to , eaoh sub
scriber, .ii : :
Address ' 1 '
' T. JENNINGS DEMOREST,
;;,;','.,. No. 478 Broadway, New Tork.
TiemoTest'a Monthlv and Youns; Amerioa
toether, $4, with the preminm to eaoh. !' .-,
ryiHE AMERICAN -F ARMEU ... :
A ;';!'.:,! row ! I' a '.liij
1861T. 186T. 1867.
The practical Farmers' own paper. The choP
ahd beat Agricultural and Horticultural journal In
Arnerlea. Illustrated ' with numerens engravings or
Farm Buildings, Animals, Implementa.Fruitsfl-lowv
ers, a. Only only one dollar a yean Agents want
ed in every Tillage, town, county and Btate, to form
elnbs, to whom tfrLniD Pbiii'iis are offered. Kor
Hill particulam of which, send for a specimen copy
Now is the time to subscribe; Bend on your nanie
and the name of your friends. Addressy; ' i i
" . ' publisher and Propiietor,- ..
r Bechester, Hem York.
AWAY WITH SPEC
. TACLES. OLD "
EYES 1ADE '; NEW,
easily, without doctor
post paid, on receipt of (
10 cenU..,, , , i.jr. ).., .
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, '
113Q Broadway, p. Y.'
AWAY WITH DN
TRUSSES. .C. 0 M.'
FORP AND .CURB
for the RUPTURED, .
Seat post paid on re-,
eoipv of,,10 een.T'
Address, ' ,
Dr. E. B. FOOTE, .
' .rr-'. . ';v:t.:v':", yU
VUE SEW YORK 'ftlERCIVItYi
FOR 1807. :'. J . : ' .
This veteran and sturliim ionmnl of the whole
woi Id's chiiicest lileniiure.opens its Mlh pnjiune in
the full tide of that prosperous ni anidN-rruptod
populurity which has susiitined it at the hextl of the
American weekly press fur uetily a third of a centu
ry. Always fuinous as
A COMPLETE LIBRARY OF FIRESIDE
ROMANCE, "i '
it will enter upon the N-iv Year not oniy as a reposi
tory of fresh and original masterpieces from the lead
ing novelists of this country, England, and France,
but also us a mi trior of the classic fictions of the old
en time, which will be eartfully revised, and adapted
to the ino?t fastidious acquirements of modem taste
and delicacy. Each issue will contain, besides the
biilliant serial novelties, an unequni array of Home
and Society Stories, uketche, and Poems, by our
best authors and authoresses, while a
DlilLLlANT CRITICAL STAFF"'
have tx en secured to furnish racy, readable, and
fearless oriticisms of
SOCIAL FOLLIES, ; . ,,,
and all persons, things, ami events in which the
nuuie uuuiitrY may be suiiposeu to take specinl luler
ent. In addition, however, to aeourlns Vnlnnie X IX
urn unuiuuab ruuuciiuns 01 me nest-Knou ncoutenr
nnraneous genius, the proprietors of The New York
Mercury design making special efforts during the New
DEVELOP NEW TALENT
from the modest rants of those possessors ol mark-
ru iiHcunMuiii auinue wno nave nitlierto seenua
teired from seeking print through tear of editorial
EVERY SUBSCRIBER TO THE NEW
lOKK MERCIRY IN 1867 WILL. DE
LNVITED TO WRITE FOR ITS
. COLUMNS,.; . ;. .-, ..
and the proprietors promise to be genersus as wel
as list in deciding what msnuscrinis am wortliv ot
" mi many a gem or purest rav aerene, .
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DEACON & PETERSOJt, .
319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
:compawy;:' - ;:v ;-"
1 OF CONNECTICUT '.'
8TATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
. .or tu .
Hartford Live Stock Insuraneo
' Co., ;
. Of Conneotiout,
AN the 1st day, pf November, 1 666, mads
Vi fi , c,. L
J to tne Auditor, of Ohio, pursuant to the
, Ti ! r :". flL .CAPITAL.
The amount of its Capital Stock
Paid UP, IS
;; : ! II
ASSETS. ;: .'
Cash on hand, and
in the bands
of Agents. . . , ' f 22,343 6
The Bonds and Stocks owned by
the Company . , . 43,457 BO
Debts due the Company, secur
ed by Mortgage, . . i 33,500 00
Debts otherwise secured, . , 60,000 00
Debts for Premums, . . 3,T83 67
All other Security, . . w i 21100
' Total Assets nf Company, f 153,200 Bl
- - III. LIABILIAT1E3, .
None.: ,;- j';..". ! . ' .:.''."..
,:j j,, IV. .MISCELLANEOUS. .: ,
The greatest amount insured in
any one risk, " . . ' $2,000 00
STATB OI.CoHttECTIOOT,' l
' CoCNTt or Hxaf roio,
, E. N. Kellogg, President, and W. C. Good
rich, Seoretary of the Hartford Lire Slook
Insurance Company, being severally sworn,
depose and say, that the foregoing is a full,
true and correot statement of the affairs of
said Insurance Company,' and that they are
the above -described Officers thereof.
E. N. KELLOGG, President.
W. C. (JOODEICH, Secretary. '
Subscribed and sworn . before me, thie 0th
day of November, 1866,
Seal. i WM. HAMERSLET,
rt i c-s . i Cm'tfwt the State of. Ohio. , ,
FlVI CKKT SliltP. ,:;' . ;
Notice. OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE,
Columbus, O., Nov. 19, 1866.
It is hereby certified, that, the foregoing
is a correct copy of the Statement of the
Condition of the Hartford Live Stock In
truranoe Company of Conneotiout, made to
and filed in this Office, for the year 1867.
" Sbai '.. Witness my hand and leal offi
t dally. . i,
"i JAS. H. GODMAN, ;
1 ; ' Auditor of Stale, ; i
Jas. Wiuias, Ch,'t,Clerk:
CERTIFCATE OF AUTHORITY.
(To Expire on the 31st day of January, 1868.)
OFFICE THE AUDITOR OF STATE,
COLUMBUS, O., Nov 19, 1867.
Y7heieas, The HARTFORD LIVE STOCK
INSURANCE COMPANY, located at Hart-,
ford, in the State of Connecticut, has filed
n this omae a sworn ' statement or its con
dition, as required by the aot "ToRegulate In
surance Companies not incorporated by the
State of Ohio," passed April 8, 1856, and
amended February 9, 1864, and the act "To
regulate Foreign Insurance Companies," .
passed April 5, 1866; and, Whereas, said
Company nas lurnisnea tne unaersignea
satisfactory evidence that it is possessed of
an actual C&pital of at least one husdeid
and rirTT thouSaro boliaes, ; invested as
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 Seoretary' thereof, an
thorizing any agent or agents of said Com
pany in this fUate to acknowledge service of
process1, for1 and In behalf of said Company
according to the terms ef said act of April
8, 1856.' ' ; :
Now, TuKRsroBB,. In. pursuance of the act
aforesaid, I JAMES H. GODMAN, Auditor
of State for Ohio, do hereby certify that
said HARTFORD . LIVE STOCK INSUR
ANCE COMPANY of Hartford, Connecticut,
is authorised to ' transact the business of
Live Stock Insurance in this State until
the thirty.first day of January, in the year
one thousand' eight hundred and sixty-
eight. ,?": ' -1 x: -
rSsii- j I WrTMEss heriot," I ' naisj
.. i ne.eunt0 subscribed' il mf"
same and caused the soal of '
my office to be affixed the
' day and year above written.
' ,JA3. H. GODMAN, ' '
: ' . Auditor of Stats. '" ;
.' ' ' Cy Jas. Williams, '
' - , Ch'f Clerk.'
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Address Dr, . .
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February ;i,l4t, . , . '