J. W. BOWEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
WEIGHTS TO THE BUSHEL.
Harlev Mall Dt(
crn in ear
if. tt Rye
ti " Kve Malt (sacks)
to " et Potatoes
Oil " ('irn Meal
34 " Turnip . . - .
6 " lt
70 Clover Peed
SO Timothy Seed
ti " Canary
S3 " Huujtarian Grass
CO " Blue lraa
Potato. We arc not much
in lavor of getting the potato
' into the ground very early, and
would not plant until after the
middle of the month. Then
the early varieties can be plant
ed, either in hills or drills. A
little warm manure in the hill
or drill, will forward their ger
mination. : A medium-sized tu
bur, cut eo as to plant 5 or 6
eyes in a place, we"prefer. Ash
Leayed Kidney is, the earliest
variety, but very small." Early
Goodrich is the best and most
productive. Early .Dykeman
and Buckeye are good varie
ties. Coitx Marker. A farmer
at Chesterfield, HI., describes a
simple and cheap corn marker.
It is made by putting a short
axle in the forward - wheels of a
wagon, and a long one in the
hind ones; couple them togeth
er by a six feet 6tick pinned on
the hind axle, and running to
the center of the coupling; the
wagon tongue can be put on the
front axle by two small iron
bolts put through the ends of
the hounds and axle; the axles
can be made of poles. f;Put the
front wheels four feet apart, and
the others twelve feet, though
the length of the axle, can be
made to suit.',' Sixty acres in a
day can be marked with it. It
runs light,' and marks 1 a good
mark, and one that .will show
after a rain as crood as a sled
mark. ,.: ' ., .V- ;.i '" 7
If the hot-bed is yet to be
made, and this work is fre
quently delayed until the close
of the month, get together at
once and keep under shelter, a
supply of long manure, and al
so stow away in a dry place a
quantity of fine sifted mould,
moderately rich, to spread over
the manure to the depth of six
inches after the frames are set
and fermentation has commenc
ed. In the hot-bed, here refer
red to, sow in the beginning of
the month. :
The State of Ohio.
Office the Secretary of State.
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that tli following is a true copy of the
joint resolution passed by the General As
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of April, A. D. 1867, taken from the original
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WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
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Relative to an Amendment of he Constitu
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President of the Senate.
Passed April 6, 1867.
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DtSAUvrt S r-iSTEKSON,
319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
HARTFORD L1YE STOCK INSURANCE
OF CONNECTICUT (
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
t or tiii
Hartford Live Stock Insurance
Of Connecticut, ; ;
ON the lBt day of November,' 1868, made
to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the
, . , " , , .
i oun-ute wi tuni, chiiu.
The amount of its Capital Stock
paid up, is
in the hands
Cash on hand, and
of Agents. . . ! .'
The Bonds and Stock owned by
the Company . . .
Debts due the Company, scour
ed by Mortjage, . ,
Debts otherwise seoureJ,
Debts for Premurus, .
All other Securltes, .
. Total Assets of Company, $155,296 83
The greatest amount insured in
any one risk, . . . $2,000 00
Statu or Connkcticut, i
County or Habtfoed, J ' '
E. N. Kellogg, President, and W. C. Ooed
rioh, Seorelary of the Hartford Live fiiook
Insurance Company, being severally sworn,
depose and say, that the foregoing is a full,
true and correct statement of the affairs of
said Insurance Company, and that they are
the above described Officers thereof.
- . - E. N. KELLOGG, President. '
' ' W.C.GOODRICH, Secretary.'
Subscribed und sworn before me, this 9th
day of November, 18GC,
Skai. WM. HAMERSLET,
Com'r for the State of Ohio. I
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1T" tS!iT bTAMr'J
OrriuK of the AiIhtok or Stati, ) ' '
Columbus, 0., Nov. 19, 18U6. f
It is hereby certified, that the foregoing
is a correct copy of the Statement of the
Condition of the Hartford NLive Stoek In
surance Company of Conneotiout, made to
and filed in this Office, for the year 1867.
SkaIi Witness my hand and seal offi
ciallv. J AS. H.G0DMAN,
- Auditor of Stato.
By Jas. Williams, Ch'f Clerk.
1 : '
CERTIFCATE OF AUTHORITY.
(To Expire on the 31st day of January, UQS.)
OrricE or tub Auditor or State,
Columbus; 0., Nov 19, 1867.
WnEKEAS, The HARTFORD LIVE STOCK
INSURANCE COMPANY, located at Hart,
ford, in the State of Connecticut, has filed
in this omoe a sworn statement of its con
dition, as required by the aot "TolRegulate In.
surance Companies not incorporated by the
State or umo," passed April 8, 1858, and
amendeu February u, 18U4, and the act "To
regulate roreign Insurance . Companies,'1
passed April 5, 1866; and, Whereas, said
Company has furnished the undersigned
satisfactory evidence that it is possessed of
an actual Capital of at least osg bukdrbd
AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, invested IS
required by said acts; and, Whereas, said
Company has filed in the offioe a written
instrument under ita corporate seal, signed
by tne president and secretary Uereoff au
thoriiing any agent Or agents of said Com
pany in this Utate tot acknowledge' service of
prooess, for and in behalf of said, Company
aooording to the terms' of said act of April
8, 1856. i V-.V vm: :
- Voir, TbIiifoic, in pursuanoeof the aot
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 , traneaot the business of
Live Btock Insurance in this State until
the thirty-flrst day of January, in theyear
one thousand , eight hundred ' and eixly
eight;. i ; -: -. . -h :. . , .
Sbai. . lit Wiiiss..WHBRtor, 'I bate
p " hereunt eubsorlbed . my
, . . , name and caused the seal of
.Y ' ' : . uy office " to be afiized the
'' day and year above written.
. jA8 jl G0DMAN,
,y. )C .'Auditor of State,
Hy Jai. Williams,
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March 7, 1867 On
State of Ohio, Vmton County.
Allison Cox, Administrator of 1
William Cox, dco'd, Plaintiff,
. against On Attachment.
The Tihton County Oil, Mining
' and Lumber Company, Deft. J
1 )Y virtue of and hy an order to n-e directed from
JD the Court of Common l'lc as, of Vinton County,
Ohio, I will offer for tale at public aution, at the lata
residence of William Cox, deceased, on the Marietta
A Cincinnati Rail Road, about Vt ml ie East of Moou
Ville, in Vinton county, Ohio, on
FRIDAY, THE 8D DAY OF MAY, A. D.
at the 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 pioptrty of The Vinton County Oil,
Mining and Lumber Comynny on an order of attach
ment in favor of Allison Cox, Administrator of Wil
liam Cox, deceased.
Terms of Sale One.third cash In hand; one-third
in ninety days; and one-third In Six mouths from th
day of sale deferred payments to be secured by per
sona, security, or chattel mortgage upon suid, prop
erty. JOHN. I. 8HOCKET, '
Bherifl Vinton County, 0., , . .
April 4,1807 -4w '
N. H. Persons wishing information concerning"
said property can call upon or write to John H.
bnyder, Moonville, M. X C, H. R., Vinton county,
Ohio. , . .
. . m
UKEA1LY REDUCED PRICES I
HAVING purchased and completely rsnovsted
, IN McARTlICR, . , ,.
(formerly occupied by E. P. llothwell,) would1 re
spectfully nuiiounce to the public that lie intends to
keep constantly ou hand, a complete assortment of
suitable for this market, at '
GREATLY REDUCED riUCES,
ffotteu up in a. style of workmanship not to be eicel
ed by any shop in this section.
All kiuds of work in his line will be neatly and
promptly done on very low terms.
Of all kinds due I o order on short notice.. ; -
A full supply of ;i
kept constantly on band; and
10 per cent, will be deducted
on nil orders for cash down. ' '
March 7, 1807-tl P. HORTON.
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
State Senator J. BRADBURY. . . , i . . -ReDresentativa
A. J. SW AIM.
Common Plsas JudgeI. P. PLYLET; L '
Probate Judge JOHEPU KALEK. .,, v
Auditor W.K. FELTON. '
Recorder JONATHAN BRINE.
Proscuting Attorney ARCHIBALD MATt,
Treasurer DAVID FOREMAN.
Clerk of Courts GEORGE LANTZ. ti iff si
Bnentt iuii j.BaocKlsr,
Surveyor ' 1
IS ' 9
Coroner WILLIAM D. HIGGIN8. v,
, . f WILUAM CLARK. .
Commissioner I DOUGLAS PUTNAM, Ji.
-. . (MORR13 ALBAVQH. .
Post Offices in Vinton County.
Name of Post Offioe. Township, Post Master
Elk ; ,- ,
Hope Furnaee -
Dundss ' ' '
Eagle Mills '
W BurteLBhaw 1
George Fry . :.-l
J. G, Will ,
Post Offices in Vinton County. Rail Roads.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
N and after January (, 1867, Trains will run is
MAIL EAST '
NIGfiT EXPRESS JUST,,
Depart Cincinnati , 7:30 r.a,
it an A.a,
(00 " ...i .. I
,08 .. . ft
jjoveiana soi .
CliiJuroiha 13 0S r m
ti Zileskii i.tiSVv
) Stoia If ei!Vi lOilt
o",l .f, .,., aJtft
' . .11 00
, '5,. t Ainens i
Arrive Marietta'-" t 4S"!
I l( i Helpre ' 00 '
' 'V Hamden
" Loveland -
T 15 r.M.
' i! V
10 10 "
' .'0 lq."
' 11 ti ". '
) 1 WH.U. ;
! S 41 " .
4 00 '
Connections made at Hamdea with! Trains ea tha
Portiipouth Branch, i . .. ,. jr
Close connections made at Cinnmnsn vnih all
Western Trains; and at Parkersburg with tbe Bala
more and Ohio Rail Road. : .,,.!
nw.w aav o vY
Master of TrsnsporUtioi, :
Chillieothe,or,Jni,lM7. ; ' ' v '.
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