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Democratic Enquirer J. W. BOWEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
WEIGHTS TO THE BUSHEL.
H,.eT Mll N.
Corn in r
t i "
Rve Malt (lacKiT
Cmi'Kt of inE Peach.- Id Cutr..
fcUnioucr Newton's last sgricultural i
. . .. Ami ti fnllnnins hint, by .Mr,
Laao Pullen, in regard to tie culture
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av that tboufcb
Will io uvoi .
tl 1 1. Anal nn I it
tl.ey ate brief they contain more 6"jut
information ibao we irequenuy """ilh9
mixed UD in columns Ot advice on mei
in n aasAi neacn ireeu suuuiu
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Dlaoted when of one season's growth.
Tha time of Dlantinz, w!
ipiog, is immaterial. In very severe
climate?, the spring would be preferable ;
but in all tbe peaob growing belt of tho
United State, the choice between tall end
spring planting is of little aceonnt. For
orchard planting the ground should be
marked out in furrows, about eighteen
or twenty feet apart, and the trees plant
ed to about the Bamo dith as they stood
in the nursery. The side limbs and tops
should be out off, leaving a straight stem
of the debired height for forming a head.
IF it. a traps aro nlaotcd in tbe fall, this
trimming and topping should be deferred
till Bpting. Low beads are desirable.
When tbe beads begin to form proper
care should be taken to prune out all un
necesaary limbs leading three or four
limha in nrorjer Dosition to form tbe fu-
tnrotreu. Shortening in about one-half
the growth for the ?ecoDd and third yarSj
after o antincr, ana Keeping ue juoiuo ui
I .A , n.iirlh U bit
tho trees Clear oi useless ttuwiu, ....
that is required in tha way of pruning
before tha trees commence bearing.
The boretf, which enter tho body of the
tree at or a little below tie ground should
be removed from year to year. Many
remedies for their prevention have been
recommended, but experience has dem
onstrated that the best preventative is
personal inspection of each trer, ana
rf moving with s knife or other suitable
instrument the borers. Poich trees will
lucceed in any soil that will grow corn
or potatoes, and require about the same
cultivation as thoeo crops. No manures
sre required uatil the trees have born
their first crop. After the first crop one
hundred bushels of wood ashes, or three
hundred pounds of Peruvian guano, or
four hundred pounds of some standard
mperphosphate, or four hundred pounds
of bone.dust to the aore, will restore tbe
trees and prepare them for the next year.
w ii i s K is it a
MUSTA.C II E S !
FORCED to gtow upon the smoothest face
In from three to five weeks by using Dr.
KF.vir.NE'S RESTAURATEUR CAI'lLLA-
1 RE. the most wonderful discovery in modern
science, aotini upon the Beard and Hair in
. . . . T . l.Ha Vnnn
n almost miraculous manner. It has been
.....I hv ihe elite of Paris and Londou with
tL mom flatterine success. Names of all
purchasers will be registered, and if entire
aatiafotion Is not eiven in every instance,
the money will be cheerfully refunded. Price
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Address BERGER, SUUTTS& CO., Chemists,
No. 286 River Street, Troy, N. Y. Sole
Agents for the United States.
The Stale of Ohio, )
Offlct otht Secretary of State.
1, William flusar Sxith, Secretary of
State 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 of the State ot Ohio, on the 6th day
f 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 atnx
cd the great Seal of tbe State of
Ohio, at Colubus, the tith day of
April, A. D. 1367.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
Secretary of State,
Belative to an Amendment of the Constitu
tion, providing for the extension of the
Resolved by the General Assembly of the
State of Ohio, (three-fifths of the members
elected to each House agreeing thereto,)
That it be and is hereby proposed to the
lectors of this State lo vote at the next annual
October election, upon the approval or rejec
tion of tbe '.following amendment as a sub
stitute for the first section of the nrtn Art!
le of the Constitution of this State, to-wit:
Every male eitizeu of the United States, of
the age of twenty one years, who shall have
been a resident of the State one year
text Dreceeding the eleotion, and or tbe
rountr. township, or ward in which
he resides, suoh time as may be pro
vided bv law. except such persons as have
borne arms in support of any insurrection or
rebellion against the government or tne uni
ted States, or have fled from their places of
residence to avoid being drafted into tbe mil
Itary service thereof, or have deserted the
military or naval eervice of said government
ia time of war, and have not subsequently
been honorably discharged from the same.
shall have the qualifications of an eleotor
and be entitled to vote atall elections.
ED. A. PARROTT,
jfpttkit of the House of Representatives.
President ftt Senate.
faesei April S, ,1867. (6m
Apnt a, lSW.Ai
ofwJ fp01B the straight path of principle, nor
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nierit.0f fidelity, honesty, ana consist.
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HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSURANCE
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
or ?hi 1
Hartford Live Stock Insuranoe
ON the 1st day of November, :80fi, made
to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the
Statute of that Stale.
The amount of ils Capital Stock
paid up, is
Cash on hand, and
in the hands
of A cents. . . .
' 36,500 00
The Bonds and Stocks owned by
Debts due the Company, seour-
ed by Mortgage,
Debts otherwise secured,
Debts for Premums, .
All other Securltes,
Total Assets of Company, 5155,200
The greatest amount insured in
any one risk, . . .
Statk or CowsaCTIcbt, -
County or HABTroan, JX
E. N. Selloge, President, and W. C. Good
rich, Secretary of the Hartford Live Sloox
Insurance Company, beint severally sworn,
deDose and say, that the foregoing is a full,
true and oorreot statement of the affairs
said Insurance Company, and that they are
s above oq..
W, C. GOODRICH, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn before me, this 9th
day of November, 1866,
Seal. I iiaiuciislcii,
Com'rfor the Stale of Ohio.
Fivh Cknt Stamp.
Orrtcs or Tin Auditoe or Stats, 1
CWumtiiJ, O.. Nov. 19, 1806.
It is hereby certified, that the foregoing
is a correct copy of the statement or
Condition or the Hartford Live Btook In
surance Company of Connecticut, made
and filed in this Office, for the year 1807.
Ssal Witness my hand and seal om
JAS. II. GODMAN,
" . Auditor of State.
By Jas. Williaus, Ch'f Clerk.
CERTIFCATE OF AUTHORITY,
(To Expire on the Slst day of January, 1868.)
Orncs or th Auditor or Stats,
; CoLUsinus. O., Nov 19, 1867
Whkbkas l'be HARTFORD LIVE STOCH
INSURANCE COMPANY, located at Hartford,
in the State of Connecticut, has filed
in this office a sworn statement of its con
dition, as required by the act "Tojllegulate In
surance Companies not incorporated by
State of Ohio," passed April 8, 185G, and
amended February 9, 1864, and the, act '
regulate Foreign insuranoe oompiniea,
April 6, 1866; and, Whereas, said
Company has furnished tho undersigned
satisfactory evidence that it is possessed
an actual Ccpltalof at least ohs hundred
AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, lUVesieu
required by said acts; and, Whereas,
Company has filed in the offioe a written
Instrument under its corporate seal, signed
by the President and Secretary thereof, au
thorising any agent or agents of said Com
pany In this State to acknowledge servioeof
orocess. for and in behalf of said Company
..' . .. . - -: .1 . 1 nf!
according totneierms oi sam v fPw
8, 1856. ,;, , .!..-
Now. Tusrefobs. In pursuance or the
aforesaid, 1 JAMES II. GODMAN, Auditor
of Btate for Ohio, do hereby certify that
said . HARTFORD LIVE STOCK INSUR
ANCE COMPANY of Hartford, uonneoticut,
is authorised to transact the! business
Live Stock Insurance in this Slate uatil
the Ibirty.first day of January,' in Ihe year
one inoueana t ign , aum ,
SsAi.l IJr,WiTiiEfs .Whsbiof, I,
hereunto subscribed .
! i-.-j! Bgmg and caused the seal
' . i". i i' my office to be affixed
day and year above
- . . ' JASi H. GODMAN, -
, (( : .... i ; - 'ii i Auditor of State.
! ii "BfJiS. Williams
. mi '.'.i:ii rt i.v -:i": Ch'f Clerk.
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March T, 1867-Sw '
State of Ohio, Vinton Count.
Allison Cox, Administrator of V
William Cox, dte'd, flaiutiff, .
Kninst On Attachment.
The Vmton Countv Oil, Mining
nd Lumber Company, Dell.
BY virtue of and by an order to tc directed rrora
Ihe Court ol Common Plea, of Vinton County,
Ohio, I will offer for sale at public nution, at tho late
residence of William Cox, deceased, on tho Marietta
Cincinnati Kail Road, about 1 mile EastolMoon
ville, in Vinton county, Ohio, ou
FRIDAY, THE 8D 1AY OF MAi, A. D.
at the hour nf 11 o'clock A. M. of said day, tbe follow
ing property, to-wit:
One Portable Saw-Mill ana
Fixtures belonging to said mill.
Taken as the piopn ty of The Vinton Counly Oil,
Miningjind Lumber Comynny on an order of attach'
inent ill favor of Allison Cox, Administrator of Wil
liam Cox, deceased.
Terms of Sale One-third cash in hand; one-third
I in ninety days; and one-third In Six nioiii'lis Irom the
0:iy of sale ueterieu payments to do seenreu u.v p i
soiiH, Bscurity, orohauel mortgago uponsaid prop
erty. JOHN J. SHOCKEY,
Bherilt Vinton County, 0.,
April 4, 1867 -4w
N. B. Persons wishing information concerning
said property can call upon or write to John It.
Snyatr, Aloouville, 11. 4 C. H. R., Vinton couutv,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I
HAVING purchased and completely rtnovatsd
IN Mo ARTHUR,
(formerly occupied by E. P. Bothwell,) would r
speclfnllv aiiiiounce lo the public that he intends to
keep constantly on hand, a complete assortment of
suitable for this market, at - ,
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Of all kinds d jne lo order on short ootid.
A full supply of
O O IP IP 1 1ST J3
kept constantly on hand; and
10 per cent, will be deducted
on all orders for cash down. .
March 7, 18i,7-tt P. HORTOM.
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Representative in Congress II.
Stute Senator J. BRADIiUltY. . . .
Representative A. J. SW AIM.
Common I'lsns Judge-.l. P. 1'LYLET. ,
Probate Judge JOWEPH KALER.
Anditor-W. V. F ELTON.
Reconler JON AT H A N BRINE.
Proseutinlf Attornev ARCH IHALD MA TO,
Clerk of Courts GEOIUIE LANTI.
Sheriff JOHN J. HHOCKEY.
Ceroner-WILLIAM D. IIIOGINS.
, f WILUAM CLARK.
Commissioner--! DoliGLAS PUTNAM, J.,
. '(.MUKRIS ALBAUGU.
Post Offices in Vinton County.
Name of Post Office. Township. Post Master
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Elk , .
J. G. Will'
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