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A NTUOLOCt Y.
The World Astonished
AT TI1B WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE liY TUB GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madumeill. A. PKRRIGO.
SHE reveals pecrets no mortiil ever knew. Hhi
rei-lores to happiness those who, from dolefUi
events, eatm-trophes. crosses in love, Iocs of relation
mkI fVit-niU, loss ol mony, 4c have become de
niianc'rat. ' Hli brings together those lonjrsepara
U'J, gives information concerning absent Mends 01
lov'-rs. re.-tureR lost or nolen property, tells yon th
busine-s you are best qualified.. to pursue snd.ii
hat you iill he most successful, causes speedy mar
riages and tell" you the. very day you will i marry
aives you the name, likened and characteristics ol
the person. She rends your very thoughts, and b
l,r almost M,-rimtiir..i powers uuveil the dark
tmd lii.I.lon my steru-H.ni the luture. Horn the start
.. .... .i.ti,.,...,.r,tUiom(i efln stars thutovei
come or predominate in the oonhjrumtion-from the
aspect !l positions of the plane and le ed
o ir in the heavens at the time of birth, she deduces
the luture destiny of man. Fail not to consult ine
. . i.iminuiiitnnparth. It costs vou but a trifle,
and you may never aam have soluvoraUe an oppor-.
Utility.. Oiisulmtion tree, with likeness and all de-
aired information, Ji. rorues living v.oii
consult the Madame by mail with equal suleiy and
...iifix.rion tn themselves, as il in person. A lull and
..,ri. written out. with all inquiries answer
ed and likeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt ol
price alnive mentioned. The strictest secrecy will be
maintained, and all correspondence returned or de
.. i u..c.on..na f iha hiohest order furnished
those desirina them. Write plainly the day of the
month and year in ahieh you were bom, enclosiUi ft
inn loekollaur. t-.
Address, Madams H. A. PERRIOO,
18J P. o. Drawer , Bultido, N. T.
WII ISK.E Jl.
. ; . .. AND ... - .
MUSTACHES!
"pORCED to grow npon the smoothest face
I' in from three to nve weens dj using w.
SEVIONE'8 RESTAURATEUR CAPILLA
1RE, the most wonderful discovery in modern
ciene.e. aotinir upon the Beard and Hair in
an almost miraculous manner. It has been
used by the elite of Paris and L ondon with
the most flattering success. Names of all
purchasers will be registered, and if entire
satisfaction is not given in every luimino,
the money will be cheerfully refunded. Prioe
by mail, sealed and post-paid, $1. Dessript
ive circulars and testimonials mailed free.
Address BERGER, SHUTTS & CO., Chemists,
Ko,,285 River Street, Troy, N. Y. Sole
Agents for the United States.
PROPOSED AMENDMENT
CONSTITUTION.
(:
The State of Ohio,
Office of the Secretary of State. ,
1. William Henry Sxith, Secretary of
State of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify
thai the following is a true copy . of the
joint resolution passed by the General As
aenAly of the State of Ohio, on the 6th day
of April, A. D. 1867, taken from the original
rolls on file in this office.
i Id Testimony Whereof, I have here.
" unto subscribed my name and affix-
fL. S.I ed the great Seal of , the State of
Ohio, at Colubus, the 6th day of
; April, A. 1). 1867.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
. i Secretary of State,
A RESOLUTION
Relative to an Amendment of tbe Constitu-
lion, providing for the extension of tbe
' elective franchise:
Resolved by th General Aisembly of the
State of Ohio, (three-fifths of the members
elected to eaon House ogreeiag more to, I
That it be and is hereby proposed to the
electors of this State to vote at tbenext annual
October election, upon tbe approval or rejec
tion of tbe '.following amendment as a sub
stitute for the first section of the fifth Arti
cle of the Constitution of this State, to-wit:
Every male citiren of the United Stales, of
the age of twenty-one years, vho shall have
been s resident or the State . one year
next preceeding the election, and of the
county, township,' or ward in which
he resides, such time as may be pro
vided by law, except such persons ag have
borne arms in support of any insurrection or
rebellion aeainst the government of the Uni
ted Slates, or have Bed from their places of
residence ( avoid being drafted into the mil
itary servioe'thereof, or have deserted the
military or naval service of said government
in 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 at all elections. . .
' ED. A. PARR0TT,
- s Spfnir of the Ilouie of Representative!,
";ANDKff O. McBURNEy,
" ' ' rreiident of the Senate.
Passed April 6, 1807. - r (6m
April 9, 1W7.J
. THE LAND WE LOVE.
A MONTHLY.
T'ovolcd to Literature, Agriculture, and ficneral
Intelligence, and comprising Kuportsof Battles, In
culeru., and Anecdotes of the War, never before
published. By
(Jessbai D. H. Hut, (Late of the Southern
...... Army.)
Proprietors,
J. lawis k V. H. Hiu
Tram. Three Dollars a year, If paid in advance,
or rive iwuars, 11 not pmu tin trie end or tne year.
- . J. P. IBW1N P. H. HILI
Charlotte. North Carolina,
March II. 1867. . .
' - i .. 1 .
The
Carding Machines
. '. -In the-
McArtliur Steam Mills,
B AVISO been refitted with New Cards, are now
ready for work; and the proprietors guarantee
the work done by them will not be
- 8URPASSED BY ANY . MACHINE
In the country
May 21, liWT-am
DWELLING HOUSE
, For Sale J ."; ;.':V'. ,'.
AVERY neat and comfortable Dwelling Jlouie
with an excellent
GROCERY BOOM
attached! sitnateon the eorner of Oak and Second
streeta, Zaleski, Ohio, is for sale at reasonable figures.
The Dwellinn is conveniently arranged; situate in 1
Sleasant part of the town: plenty of water near at
nod. For further information call on or address
D. McINTYRE,
May 23, 1807-tf Zalcslu, Ohio.
is
lit
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For
BY
fold.
that
time
Tbe
but
is
tbe
Coma
and
.
And
Tools
LATEST fASIIIONS DEMAND
J. V. Bradley's Celebrated Patent
Duplex Elliptic
(or poo bib spsihq) .
THE WONDERFUL, FLEXIBILITY and grral
conrnar and'PLCASvai to any Lady weariuii the
Duplex Elhptio Skirt will be experienced particularly
in all crowueu Assemoues, vpertw, iHrrmxes, nan
road Curs, Churi-h Pews, Arm Chairs, for I'roinenade
uid House Dress, as the Skirt can be folded when
,n use toocctiny a small place as easily and con
veniently as a Silk or Muolin Dress, an invaluable
minlity in crinoline, not ftiuud Iu.any Singlebpriug
aKirt.
A I.sdvhavlnu eninved the pleasure, comfort and
great convenience of wennngUieDuglex Elliptic Steel
Suriitir Skirt for a simzlcda will never afterwards
willingly dispense willi their use. For children,
Misses and Young Ladies they are superior to all
others.
Thev will not bend or break like the Single Spring,
but will preserve their perfect and graceful aha I
when three or four ordinary Skirts win nave ueen
thrown asideai useless. The Hoops are oovered
with double and twisted thread, and the bottom rods
are not only doable springs, bui twice tor uuuuiej
covered, preventing them from wearing out when
drawing dowu stoops, stairs, o.
The implex Elliptic is a great favorite with all la.
dies and is universally re
illy reeommenuen oy u.e raainuu
(STANDARD bKlll'f OF THK
Magazines as the STANDARD
FAHiiinwni.R vvoitM).
To enjoy the follow ing enestiraahle advantages in
unnoune, via superior vjimiuvi rtrm it,u,hv
stviiMh RhiinAiwt Finish. Flexibility. Dumbili.
t.v romfnrt snti Ri;nnomv. enouire for J. W. Brad
ley's Duplin Elliptic, or ton hie Spring Skirt, and be
sure you g the Genuine article. ,
CAUTIUN.-To miard acninst IMPOSITION 1
nnrttf.iilur m NfiTlcR l hut skirts offered as "
bl.RV" hnvn Hie red ink stamn. via "J. W. Brad
ley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs," upon the waist
band none others are genuine. Also notice that
evorv Hoon will admit ofauin beini passed through
the centre, thus revealing the two (or double) spnngs
braided together therein, whicn
and strength, and a combination
nnv nthpr Hkirl.
is the Flexibility ot
not to be found in I
h)R SALE In nil Stores where FIRST CLASS skirts
are sold, throughout the United States and elsewhere.
Mauuliiatured by the Bold owners 01 tne raient,
WESTS. BRADLEY & CAKEr,
07 chambers and 7a k 81 Reaue Ste., N. Y?
May 1C, li7-3ui ,
Keparator Capilla,
Throw 'awnyljour false friars, your switches, your
wig
Destructive of comfort, and not worth a flg;
Come aged, come youthful, come ugly and lair,
And rejoice in your own luxuriant ban .
REPARATOR CAPILLA.
TJOR restoring hair unon bald heads (from whatev-
Ss er cause it may have fallen out) and forcing a
icrowrn or nair upon tne nice, it nas no euuiu. 11111
'orce the beard to grow upon the smoothest face in
from five to eitrlit weeks, or hair unon heads in Irom
two to three. A few practitioners have asserted that I
tnereisnoti mg mm win orce or nas urn uiegrowtn
of the hair or board. Their assertions are false, as
thousands of hvinz witnesses (from their own expe
rience)can bear witness. But many will say, how are
we to distinguish the genuine from the spurious! It I
certainly Is difficult, as nine-tenths of the different
Preparations advertised for the hair and heard are
entirely worthless, and you may have already thrown
away Inrge amounts in their purchase. To such we
would say, try the Reparator Cappilh; it will coat
you nothing unless it fti lly comes to our representa
tions. If your Druggist does not keep it, send us one
dollar and we will forward it, postpaid, together w'th
a receipt for the money, which will be returned you
on application, providing enure .satisfaction is r.
given. Address,
, W. L. QLARK & CO., Chemisti,
No. 3 West Fayette Street,
a!8yl Syracuse, New York.
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all,
To vounii and to old. to 11 rem and to small;
The beautylwhich once was so precious aud.rare,
is iree ior 1111, aua oil my ue iiur.
By tbe use of
CHASTELLAR'S
W II I T 13 LIQUID
ENAMEL,
TOR Improving and beautifying the complexion.
P The most valuable and nerfuct nreDaration in
use, for giving the skin a beautiful pearl-litre tint, that
oniy found in youth. !t quickly removes 'Ian,
Freckles, Pimples, Blotches, Moth Patches, Sallow.
nets. Eruptions, antl all Impurities of the skin, kind.
itanlmrr !ia noma laavina t.ho aUtfl whttA And OIPAr I
an alabaster. Its use cannot be detected by the
closest scritiiny, ana Deing s TcgeuiuB primuKwu
perloctly harmless It is the only article used by
the French, and is considered bv the Parisian as in
dispensable to a perfect toilet. Upwards of M 000
bottles were sold during the last year, a sufficient
eurrantee of its efficacy. Price only 7aeems. neut
mail, post-paid, on receipt of an ordor, by
BERGER, bHUTTS k CO., Chemists,
April 18,lSii7-ly . 28S.Kiver Street, Troy, N. Y.
EXCELSIOR! EXCELSIOR !
CIIASTELLAE'S
Hair Exterminator ! !
For Removing Superfluous Hair!
fT0 the ladies especially, this invaluable
J. depilatory recommends itself as being
almost mdispensible article to lemau
beauty, is easily applied, does not burn or
injure the skin, but aots directly on the roots
is warrated to remove superfluous hair
from low ferebeads, ;or from any part of the
body, completely, totally and radically ex
tirpiating the same, leaving the skin soft,
smoothe and natural. This is the only art
used by the French, and is the only real
efieotual depilatory in existence. Price 75
cents per package, sent post-paid, to any ad.
dress, on receipt of an order by
BERGER, SHUTTS & CO.,
. 285 River St., Troy, N. Y.
CRISPEK1COMA.
Oh, was she beautiful and fair,
With starry eyes, and eadiant hair,
W hose culinB tendrils aolt, entwined
knehained the very heart and mind
CRiSPER COMA,
Curling the Hair of either Sex into Wavy
and Glossy Ringlet pr Heavy Massive Curlt.
using "this article . Ladies and. Gentle
men can beautifyihemselves a thousand
It is , the only artiole in the world
will ourl straight hair, and at the same
give it a beautiful, glossy appearaooe.
Crisper Coma not only curls the hair,
invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it;
highly and delightfully perfumed, and it
most complete artiole of the kind ever
offered to the American public The Crisper
will be sent to any address, sealed
postpaid for $1. ., .
Address all orders to t ,
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
Ho. 3 Weat Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. T.
With
II LI Ml ER, DAY & CO..
MANSFIELD, OHIO
COOK'S EVAPORATOR.
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
EUBEKA ClDEB M1IX8,1
Victor Cani Mill,
. : Stab Corh Shelleb,
JHorsk Poweb Forks,
. BUNN'S ESQUIMAUX REFRI GERATOR, ;
Warners Sulky Revoving Rake
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, ' .
Crawford's Garden . Cultivator,
Amalgam Bell, . , . , v
DJIAO AND CIRCULAR SAWING
MACHINES,
many oilier articles in the way of Implements,
and Machiner
ry.
PUKE
SORGO AND IMPHEE SEED, selected
arietlns. Bend for circulars.
Marcn28, 1807-ly
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fect
tion
with
mob
its
teen
our
the
be
racy
in
no
of
ad
bers
or
sent
Lowcr.vt Rates'!
1
A H now receiving a full stock of Goods in my line,
bouKht at lower rates than the early Spring pur.
chases. v .
Stationery, - ;
Hosiery' ":
Braida,
" Buttons, "
Handkerchiefs,
. v .Wallet
AND 1
Small Wakes Generally!
HAVE ALSO ADDED TO MY STOCK
AND
WHITE GOODS!
S, 0. SWIFT.
Chilllcotlie,Apill2S,1807-1m
REMINGTONS'
FIRE ARM
m m
, Sold by tbe trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 urniehed the U.S. Government.
Army Revolver, 44-10h In. Calrlbre,
Navy Revolver, , 36-100 in. Calibre,
Belt Revolver, Navy Size Calibre,
Police Revolver, Navy Slee Calibre,
New Pocket Revolver 31-100 in Calibre.
1-ocnec Kevoiver, (Kiderspt. ai-tuuin. cann
Repeating 1'istol, IE hot ut.l No. 21 A 2ii(Jartr
Vest Pocket I-istol. No. 22. 30. VI and 11 Cariridue.
uun inne, rio. 'C& ana
Breech Loadina Rifle. (Beal's) No. 32and 38 "
Revolving Rifle, ati aud H-lu0in Calibre.
REMINGTON & SONS,
Ilion, New York.
PRINCIPAL
AOBNIg.
- - New York
Boston
Philadelphia
Baltimore
New Orleans
1 Chicago
' fit. Louis
Moore 4 Nichols,"
Wm. Reed k Hon.
Jos. C. Grubb&Co.,
1'oiiltney 4 Trimble,
Henry Folsom k Co..
Johnson, Bpencer & Co,,
L. M.Rumsev ft Co..
Albert E. Crane,
Ban Fransisuo
March 31, 1807-ly
PROSPECTUS
Of TDK
WEEKLY
For 1867.
CINCINNATI
ENQUIRER;
7TtranrIinnrii
iruoTamary
Inducement to Our
Agents!
' Premium! Amaunting lo
Ol,443 OO!
09 Dutributed in April, 1867
To
For List of Premiums land Particulars of
Distribution, see the Weekly Enquirer
and Subscription Circulars
WE, this year, offer prizes to the above amount as
an incentive to those of our natrons who will
exert inemseives to form clubs It our
paper could
t aken in the household of all our Democratic
friends, South and West, its influence would be po
tent in changing the political aspect of affairs. The
ereat point tor which all friends of the Union should
labor lor is the Dissemination of Democratic truth.
it had had au enual hearing with the errors of our
opponents, we should never have had the terrible
crisis of the last five years. Taught by sad expert.
encc outs necessity, we trust tne Jjemoeratio press
in future to have a larizor sphere of influence and
circulation.
What evils have fallen unon the land, owintt to the
erroneous political eduation of the masses! If we
would restore the old order of things once more, ef
National Unity and the old-fsiThioiied Peace and
Prosperity , we must place the Democracy again in
power. As auxiiary to this end, ana as the most ef
fective agent in the work, we repeat, is the circula
tion of the Democratic press.
The Knanirer has some claims unon the considera
of the Democracy that are universally acknowl
edged, inrougn proscription and persecution un.
exampled, with military edicts cutting oft our cir
culation in whole States and districts, threatened
total suppression, personal imprisonment and
violence if we did not change our course, we
stood by the Democratic flag and gave expression to
tenets. Twice burned to tne irrouna witnin thir
months, and amid the greatest pecuniary dis
asters consequent upon it, we have never lost an
of our paper, or broken a promise to any o
subscribers. In the future, aa in the past, under
sun of prosperity as well as the clouds of adver
sity, we shall bear aloft the Democratic Banner, and
faithful to its organization. Will not the Democ
of the Northwest stand by them who were true
the darkest hours to their political and personal
interests, and will they not exert themselves to in
crease our circulation?
As a business and family journal, the Enquirer has
superior. Jtach number contains a lame amount
general news, latest, and most reliable Intelli
gence and reading matter. Financial and Commer
cial News is made a special feature of the Enquirer.
unusually large space oeing aevoieu 10 iu.i an
reliable reports of the ruling prices of this and other
markets.
The Weeklv Enah rerwill be mailed to subscri
at the following reduced rates: ;
pingieoopy, one year, . t . 1 zw
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Ten conies, one year, - ' 2000
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oney to be sent at our aisk
by express, prepaid.
I. For sums over let
in registered letters by mail. For sums over ten
dollars by mail, droits or noi
1st office money orden
should be procured. Address
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. ' ' Cincinnati, Ohio.
Specimen copies and subscription circulars con
taining listof prises tnd all necessary information,
on application. ' !-. ; : .,
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ceipt of 10 cents.
Address
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1130 Broadway, N,T.
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PROSPECTUS
—OF—
THE CRISIS,
For 1867.
Tbi Seventh Volume and the Seventh
Year of the publication of Tns Crisis is
about to begin, and, la accordance with cus
tom, we issue our Annual Prospectus, We
need not recapitulate its history during the
stormy years of its ezistenoe, nor remind
those who have read it, of its services in be
half of the great principles of the Democra
cy, and what its conductors conoeived, and
what time has shown, to be the best interests
of the country. Its merits have been ac
knowledged from the time it was started by
that veteran and distinguished journalist,
Gov. Msdabt. and its present conductors
simply claim for it the credit of an earnest
and undeviating adherence to the plan and
principles of its founder. In all the politi
cal vicissitudes of the past six years the
failure ffi some, me apoetaoy 01 otners, ana
the unguarded weakness of many, exponents
of Democracy, Thb Cbisis has never donia
teJ from the straight path of prinoiple, nor
bten allured by temporary expedients, in
timidated by threats, nor disheartened by
defeat and disaster.
On tbe score of prinoiple we claim for it
the merit of fidelity, honesty, and consist
ency. As a newspaper we claim for it the
merit of being an exponent of Western in
terests and ideas, a reliable journal of the
times, a valuable oompanion of the farmer,
the mechanio, the business man, and the
family circle. It is our aim to fill tbe large
sheet with matter of real interest and per
manent value to disouss questions of prin
ciple that are of real significance, to inform,
improve, and instruot, as well as amuse
and to this end we discard the idle twaddle
whioh goes so far to fill np the daily papers,
the obscene advertisements and the sensa
tional folly of the day. We could publish
hundreds of letters from the best men of the
country approving of . the course of Tns
Crisis in this respect, and to this oourse we
propose to rigidly adhere. The. reliable
market reports and the great amount of
statistical, agricultural, financial, and po
litioal information we publish, is of Ira
porlance and value to business men, farm.
ers, mechanics, and politicians; while the
carefully selected page of literary miscella
ny which each number contains, commends
it to the home oircle of all.
The political views of Tin Cbisis scarcely
require definition. It is in favor of Demo
cratic principles in all their breadth and
purity, as expounded by Thomas Jbtmcbson,
and the other really great men and founders
of the Government, and unon whioh the
Government was successfully conducted for
seventy years. It is opposed to the Aboli
tion despotism which now controls the Fed
eral Government, in all its shapes and un
der whatever device it may appear. It is
opposed to the entire Abolition theory of
politics, and all the monstrosities, humb ugs,
and. delusions which grow out of it. It is
opposed to the thieving jascality, the ty
rannical assumptions, the stupid and bar
barous policies and the lawless usurpations
of Congress, and to all the machinery that
the Jacobins have devised and put in opera
tion to overthrow Republican Government,
inaugurate anarchy and absolutism, enslave
the people, and oppress them with odious
taxes, and tyrannical, insane, and corrupt
legislation. And in advooating the correct
prinoiples and opposing the evils we have
named, we shall continue to do It without
fear or favor.
la order to successfully conduct such a
paper as Tns Crisis, it must have a large
list of subscribers; and to seoure that
rely upon our friends and those who have
taken the paper. Ve cannot compete with
the cheap, shoddy publications of the JSast
by offering bogus premiums or employing
traveling agents ; but we earnestly solicit
the aid of our readers in extending our cir
culation by their perianal efforts. It will
require but little exertion from each, but
the aggregate will enable us to furnish them
with a paper fully equal in size, superior in
print to any Eastern publication, and of a
great deal more interest and importance to
Western Democrats. Friends, shall we call
upon you in vain, for the small favor we
ask, and in a cause ot such magnitude and
value? Now is the time to send in sub
scriptions for the new volume, whioh, at the
end of the year, will be worth thrice the
amount of the subscription prioe. -
Our terms are $3.00 per year, $1,50 Tor
six months, $1.00 for four months.
One extra copy will bo sent to any one
getting up a club of six yearly subscribers ;
and to any one sending a olub of ten for six
fo or months an extra copy for the club
lime.. '.-'" '.. ' ' $ j
For a club of ten yearly subscribers a
copy of either or tne nve bound volumes
f'61, '62, '63. '64 or '65.) (I
For a club of thirty yearly subscribers, a
complete sett or tbe volumes of Ihe Cbwi
six '. .:i
n
WILLIAM TREVITT
Publisher and Proprietors.
Columbus, 1867.
DEMOREST'S MONTHLY
MAGAZINE. -h.
UNIVERSLLY acknowledged the Model
Parlor Magazine of America, devoted to
Original ; Stones, roems, Bketeues, Archi
tecture, and Model Cottages, Household Mat
ters, Gems of Thought, Personal and Literary
Gossip (including apeoial departments on
Fashions.) Instructions on Health, Uymnas-
Equestrian Exeroises, Skating. .Musio,
Amusements, ect.; all ly the best authors,
profusely and artistically illustrated
with costly engravings (full size useful and
reliable Patterns, Embroideries, Jewelry, and
succession of artistio noveleties, with other
useful and entertaing literature.
No person of refinement, economical house
wife, or lady of taste, oan afford to do with
out the Model Monthly.
Single copies, 80 cents; rack numbers, ai
specimens, ,10 cents; either mailed free.
Yearly, $3, with a valuable premium; two
copies, f 5 60; three copies, $7 50; five copies,
$12, and splendid premiums for olubs at $3
each, with the first premium to eaoh sub-
soiiber. . . ; r .. ,. .. ','''
Address , ,
W. JENNINGS DEM0REST,
No. 478 Broadway, New York.
Demorest's Monthly and Young America
together, $4, with the premium to each.
BEAUTY!
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. ' ' State of Ohio, Tmlon County, 11.
Samuel V. Podge and 1
Wary Ann Dodge, Adrninistratrafor In Vinton Co.
and Administratrix of Estate of Court Com.
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William Mathews $Jd!inC. P. Brown. oree.
PUKSUANT to the command of an order and
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MONDAY THE 10TII DAY OF JUNE.
A. D. 1867, ' '
at one o'clock P M. of said day, thf following de
scribed premises, situate in the County of Vinton,
and State of Ohio, to-wit: .1 . ,
One undivided third-part ofthe East half of the
Rputh-wcst uunrter of Section Numlier Sixteen,
'Iwuship Kumbar Eleven, of Kange Number Boven-
teen.couuuning Ei)hty-lbur aud one-fourth 84)i)
acres, more orleas. ,.
Appraised at four hundred fifty-five 'dollars,
(J465.00) and must bring two-thirds of that sum. '
Taken as the property of said William Mathews to
satisfy a iudgmont against him by said Court in favos
of Samuel V. Dodge and Miiry Ann WodRe, AJminis
trntor and Administratru of the Estate ot Ja-nss
lodgp, deceased. ' '. i
Ternies of Uule C.h in band at the time ialo. , .
. , JOHN J. 8HO0KEY, '
' " ' " ' : Bherlf) Vinton County, O.,'
Acting as Special Master Commissioner In this eaie.
May 9, WU7 5w li
EUllN.ITURE !
'A T
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I
IV HOHTOW".
TTAVINO purchased and ..completely renovated
the
FUENITUBE ; SHOP,
IN MoARTHDR,
v.
.3 .; !
formerly-occupied by E. P. Bothwell.i would re
spectfully aim ounce to the public I hut heinlends to
keep constantly on.hand, a complete assortnut of
suitable for this market, at .
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
gotten op id a style of workmanship not tpbe excel
led by any shop in this section. : '
All kinds of work in -his line will ba neatly, now.
promptly. done ou very low terms. -
Turning
Of all kinds done lo order on short notioe.
UNDERTAKING.
A full supply of . ::.;) r .'
OOPFIN0
kept constantly 00 hand; aud - ; iu; ,
10 per cent. , will be deducted
on all orders for cash down. '"
March 7, 18ii7-tt ' ( i P. H0ETON. .
ffirial IDirectarj),
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORS.
Representative ui ConitresRH. 8. BUNllT.' ''''
State Senator J. BHADUURY..
Representative A.J. SW AIM.
Common Plans Jurige-J. P. PhYfiET. .- -. ,'t
Probate Jndge-JOSEPH KALER. . ' ' '
Auditor W. V. FELTON. . ' -. f.
Reconler JONATHAN BRINE. - , . '
ProsciitinaAttornev ARCHIHAf.r) MAVfi). ""
Treasurer l)AVii FOREMAN. ... ,uit ,; . .. .-,
viniH 01 vuuria ur.uutjilj UAa ltt.
Shenfl JOHN J.8HOCKKY. ' . : ' ' ,,i: :'
Surveyor , ,.,-,
Cerouer-IVILUAMD. HIOGIN3. ':'
i-n: MVlIjtiIAM CLARK, I : :'! ,':,--Commissioner-
DOWLAS PirfWAM, J
"(H0RRI8 ALBAUOH; --'- M
Post Offices in Vlutvo Couufr
Knme of Post Office. Township.- Pbst Master
Allensville
iRiohland
J. Wilcox, i ;
Hope Furnaoe
Dandas
Eagle Mills
Elk
MoArthnr
New Plymouth
Reed's Mills
Swan "
Vinton Station
WilkesviUij -. .
Zaleskl , -Agatha
.
Brown; ,
Clinton .
Eagla '
Swan
Elk
S. Isaminirer-' .
Miles Radclirf ''
I. Reynolds '
MrsRHIctlubothao
W Burtenshaw
Wm. Taylot "
Brown
Clinton.
Swan :' '
Elk -1 r.
George Fry j
Wilkea,,;
Madison
Richland
J.G. Will
Rail Roads.
Rail Roads. MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
Rail Roads. MARIETTA & CINCINNATI RAILROAD.
ON and after January V ;1I67,. Trains will run m
ollows: ' ,
MATti EAST KIGHT XXPRES3 Alt
Depart Cincinnati 1 1:30 1.K
11 ia a.u.i
11.
liOveiarxi soi
J" Chillicothe nos )),
, Hamden .
' Zaleski ' li3
' i. Athena 5 !
Arrive Marietta 1 45 "
Belpre '"J 0O'-
1 on
7 01 1
il ( I
' " 1100 '
; MAIL WE8T,i i NICHT KXPKESA Wat
Depart Belpre Sl5i.ii. H&m. "
1" Athena ri-. 9 08 i. 1 OJ r,i ,1010 ; ha-,
. r Zaleskl 10 10" ,4 . 110i "
Hamden -"10 4rt 01 '-11 41 un-wt
Chillicothe, Ufrj. j9 , 110a.m. "tt
n lx)veland , 3 44 , J '"' 1 4 jjV " 1
Arrive Cincinnati 1 floo 'ifl -yu m :
Connections made at Hamden with Traias a tha
Portsmouth Branch. 1 . . . "...
Close connections made at Cinoinaati with all
Western Trains! and at I'arkorsburg with the Btlti.
more and Ohio Kail Road. -T.
ORIjAND 8MITH,

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