9. V.WVWK, WItO AliO FOPMTU.
WEIGHTS TO THE BUSHEL.
Apple!: I '
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Cum in ear
imi -, , ' . .
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Rve Mull (sacus)
H unitarian Orass
Eaely Potatoes. A cor
respondent of ' the German
toAvn Telegraph thus gives his
method of raising early pota
toes: .; , ,.v ' .' , ' '
"I thoroughly plow - the
ground as early as tho spring
will permit, put it in a nice con
dition, and strike out the rows
similar to corn rows, 3 feet apart
and shallow. Then 'drop the
seed about 15 inches apart, and
cover with a hoe; about I inch
deep is sufficient to keep out
frost, and the heat of the sun
on the surface soon sprouts the
potatoes." I : generally '. grow
Buckeyes for early potatoes.
There may be earner varieties,
but not so good." I don't want
any long manure about my po
tatoes; would, sooner havo none.
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AT TUB WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
WADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
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Address BEKGER, SHUTT3 & CO., Chemists,
Ho. 285 River Street, Troy, N. Y. Sole
Agents for the United States.
The Stats of Ohio,
Office the Secretary of State.
1. William Ubnev Smitii, Secretary of
Slate 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 Stale ot Ohio, on the 6th day
of April, A. D. 1867, taken from the original
rolls on filo in this office.
In Testimony ' Whereof, 1 have 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,
relative to an Amendment of the Constitu
tion, providing for the extension of the
elective franchise: " . - ;
Retolvtd by tht General Assembly of tht
State of Ohio, (three-fifths of the members
sUMod to each House sirrenipir therein
That it be and is hereby proposed to , the
electors of this State to vote at the next annual
October elcotion, upon the approval or rejec-
UUU Ufc ill0 pAUAIUWiUJ BUIOUUUJCUI 9 DUU
titute for the first section of the fifth Arti
cle of the Constitution of this State, lo-wit
Every male citizen of the United States, of
the age of twenty-one years, wbo shall have
been a resident or tne Btate one year
next preoeeding the eleetion, . 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 insurreotion or
rebellion against the government or the Unt
ied States, or have fled from their places of
risiaenceto avoid beingdrailed into the mil
itary eervicethereof, or have deserted the
military or naval ter vice of said government
in time of war, and have not subsequently
fl l 1 1 J-., .. "
ueea nouoraoiy uiscnargoa irom tne game,
nan nave ma quaiiucauona or an elector
and be entitled to vote at all eleotions.
ED. A. PARROTT.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
ANDREW G. McBURNEY,
President of the Senate.
Tassed April? 1367, fGm
ipnl 1, 1 j 1
. . i - i i in
Lower;; Katcsf ! -
1AM now receiving a full stock of Goodain my line,
. bumslit at lor rate than U tyr'ntf pur
chase. Stationery, - , '
''.Hosiery, r, .
' - Braids, ' t ,
; ;','., . , ,;.''; Buttons, .', '..I:,' -,',
: - " "Wallets,
; . and ' , .:. .;'
Small "Wakes Generally!
HAVE ALSO ADDED TO MY STOCK
' ' ' ' AND- ' '
s, c. swiir.
Chillicotlie, Apill 25,18r,7-lrn ' ; ';: ' J
. There cometh glad tidings of joy lo all, . ;
To young and tuold, to great and to suinll;
Th lieiiuiy which once was so precious Bud.rare,
i la dee for all, and all my bo fair.
By the use of
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is oniy found m youth. It qnlcniy removes "l an,
Frockles, run pies, uiotcnes, wotn raicnas, oauow
loss. Eriiiitions. (uiJ all Impurities of tho skin, kind
ly healing the same, leaving the skin white and cienr
us an alabaster. . Its use caunot be detected by the
closest scrutiny, and being a vegetable preparation
is perlectly harmless It is the only article used by
the French, and is considered by the Pariaian as in
idisponsabie to n perfect toilet. Upwards of 30,000
bnttlos were sold during the last year, n sufficient
mtrrantce of Its erncacy. Price only 75 cents. Bent
by mail, post-paid, on receipt of an orunr, by
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It is warrated to remove superfluous hair
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body, completely, totally ana radically ex
tirpiating the same, having the skin soft,
smootbe and natural. This la the only arti
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cents per package, sent post-paid, to any ad
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- BERGEfi, SHUTTS & CO.,
' ' 285 River St., Troy, N. Y.
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offered to the American public. The Crisper
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and postpaid for $1.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. Y.
It LI MICK, DAY & CO.,
',' ;? MANSFIELD, OHIO
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DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, (
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
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And many other articles in the way of Implements,,
luois ana Macmnery.
PUKE BOU0 AMD IMPHEE SEED, selected
arietiei. Bend tor sirculars. ,
March 28, 1807 lr , ' ' . ; " ' ,
THE LAND WE LOVE. .
. A MONTHLY. r
Devoted to Literature, Agrionltnra, and General
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published. 'By' ".; . ";, 1 -- .
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;.;'. 'iz-') . i . ;
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No younc ladv or cenllemen should fai I to send their
Address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address i a i'rawer, ai
April u, im-mi
Troy 5. I.
Thoms Bosch, Administrator 1 U "
of Estate of Ur.tJuhu Coats, Plt.on to Bell
deceased, . . Real Estate,
Arthur Coais and others. .1
In Vinton County I'robate Court, Stale of Oho,
To Arthur Cnt and Samuel 0. Cose, who rasida In
theHlateofOhio, and to the unknown heirs of Dr
John Coata, decoased:
YOU are hereby notiflrd that Thomas Beech, Ad.
ministrator of the Estate of Dr. John Coats, de
ceased, on the&kldiiy of April, A. L. IBi.7, lilcj his
netition in the: Prubste Court, within 'and for the
county of Vinton, and 'Stale of Ohio, alleging that
the personal estate ol deoedont is insumcieui 10 pay
his debts and the charges of Administering his Es
tate; Hint he died seised In fee dimple of the follow,
iua described Real Estate, situate in aid county, to.
' The North-west Quarter of the South-west Quarter
of Kange Number Seventeen 17, Township Number
ieniu,j Beciion mitnuer two containing ioxy
one acres more or less.
That Arthur Coats and the nnknown'heira at laws
who hold the next Kstate of inheritance therein,
the prayer of said petition is forthn sale of said prem
ises, subject to such charges and leins thereon, i'
Said petition will be for hearing on the 25tu day o
May, A. 1). 18D7, or as soon thereafter as oau be
heard. THOMAS BEACH, Adm'r
' of I r. John Coats, deceased.
April 23, 19C7-4t '
Keparalor Capilla. . . ,
Throw "away your (also frioses," your switches, your
Iestructive of comfort, and not worth a fig;
Come aged, come youthful, come ugly and fair,
And rejoice in your own luxuriant nan.
: REPARATOR CAPILLA. ,
FOR restoring hair upon bald heads (from whater
er cause It may have fallen out) and forcing a
growth of hair upon the face, it has no equal. Ii will
iorce the beard to grow upon the smoothest face in
from five to eight weeks, or hair upon heads in Irom
two to throe. A few practitioners hayoaasertcd that
there is not. ing that will force or hasten the growth
ofthehnirorbeiird. Their assertions are false, as
thousands of living witnesses (from their own expe
rience) can bear witness. But many will say, how are
wo to distinguish the genuine from the spurious? It
certainly isnficnlt, as niue-lenths ol the different
Preparations advortised lor the hair and beard are
entirely worthless, and you may have already thrown
away large amounts in their purchase. To such we
would say, try the Reparntor CanpiHi; It will cost
you nothing unless n iirny comes in our representa
tions.. If your Druggist does not keep it, send us one
dollar and we will forward it, postpaid, together w'lh
a rocmiit for the monev. which will be roturnod you
on application, providing entire .satisfaction is Tiot
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
, : No. 3 West Fayette Street, . .
al8yl ..' r ' ' . " Syracuse, New Yprlc.'
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SheriiF's aiicl Special Masier
J Stale of Ohio, Vinton County; is,
Samuel V. Dodje and , , )
Mary Ann Limlge, Admlnlntrntrator In Vinton Co.
and Administratrix of Eatate of Court Com.
Juiucs Uodxe, deceased, mon Pleaa,
against. ' , Order A V-
William Mathews 4 John CP. Brown. I croe.
1JURHOANT to the command of an order and
. decree issued from the Court of Common Plem
of Vintoncminty, Ohio, and to me directed an Sheriff
of 6aid oounty, acting as Special Mmter Commii
nioner herein, 1 will offer at public sale, nt the door
of the CoHriHonne', In (he Town of MoArlhar.ia
Vinton county, Uhio, on
MONDAY, THE loTH -DAY OP JUNE,
" ''-' - '" A. D. 1867, - ...
nt one o'clock P. M. of said day, the following de
scribed prem,iea, situate in the County of Vinton,
and State of Ohio, td-wit:" '
- One undivided third-part of the East half of the
8outh-wct quarter of Section Number Sixteen,
Tovnship Nunibnr Klever of Range Number Seven
teen, containing Eighty-four and one-fourth (MJi)
acres, more or fens.
Appraised at four hundred fifty-five 'dollars,
($455.ou) and must bring two-thirds of that sum.
Taken as the property of nid William Mathews to
satisfy a judgment agninst him by suid Court in favor
of Samuel V. Oodfe and Mary Ann Jtodge,- Aiminis
trator and Adniinwtratriu of , the Estate, ol Jaiia
Termoa of Sale Cash in hand rit the time tale.
r.r ih i - JOHN 1. 8HOCKEY, .
Shcrlfl Vinton County, O.,
Aoling na Special Master Coininiioner iu tlua caie.
MiiyO, 1807 Sw 12 , ,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I
HAVINCJ purchased and completely renoval4
IN MoAR'THUR, .
formerly occupied by fi. P. Boihwoll.) wonld re
epeulfiilly nnnounee to Ihepnkiie that he Intends to
keep constantly onjhand, a tomplet assort Jieut of
auUubte fur this market, at .
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
-'-:. i ! ..i,i: : 1 : . )
f often tip in n style of workmanship not to be excel
ed by any shop in thl seeiioii. '
AH kinds of work in his lino vrill be Jieatly and
promptly done on very low terms.
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Of all kinds done lo order on short uotioe. , .
, A full Slipply Of I
. O O 'JB IP I KT O
kept constantly on (mud; and
10 per cent. will bo deducted
on all orders for cash down.'
i P. HORTON.
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Representative in Conjsress H. 6, BUKllT.
Slide 8enator-J. BRADBURY.
Rewesentative A.J.8WAIM. ; ,
Common Plsos Jndge-.t. P. P1.YLET.: ,
I'robate Judge-JOSEPH KALER.
Auditor W. K. FEIjTON. ,
Recorder JONATHAN BRINE. " " "
Treaeurer DAVID FOREMAN.
Clerk of Couria-flEORGE LANTi. 1
Sheriff 10HNJ.8HOCKy.: , .
Suryoyor-: 1- ''
Coroner-fflLLIAM B. HIGGINS.' '' '.. .- i i'
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Post Offices in Vinton County.
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