The World Astonished
.AT IDS WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE QREAT ASTROLOGI6T,
Madame U. A, PEKRIOO.
i HE reveals secrets 110 mortal ever knew. She
S rCHloronlrfliopplnesa thosa who, lr..m . otaftil
Mj wit'wlropl cross. iu love, looser relations
Ir S 4o- have become do-
S She brings toother those long .opai.
?Tr" information concerning absent .lends or
r(T,res lost or Hole. pio.erty. tt'Hs sou the
u,n.'s8 ou bent qualified to puisne od:in
S u wi I be "'' succcful, causes speedy mar
luiyuu wiii ' ,. r ,,, vm. Wi miirry.
rmx .' S.tonrtK-ii of
CcrL W r " v-ry thought. -hi I.
s"e 'TrN T. ..i.,ri mowers un.oils 1I10 dar!
' " future. From the stars
e e . e hlnwrnieut-the malefic hImh that over
"or l-redoniiiuito in the c.mhgiti .iun-frum the
topic or 1 ri lh. ,,i,.ncta end the fixed
.Nw-urn pu . wrth, ,he deduce.
J?"?.'."", : f man. Fail not l- consult the
Aslrolo'iii-t'ot.earth, itwMH you hut a trifle,
Snd TOu rnay ...vcr'agam have so favoiaUo an oppor
m.ty CounulUition re, with liUeno,s and all He
i re ..for.na.ion, 1, Hru s hTinK j. a d can
-ni-lt the Manama ny mn . ,
Mitisfartion to themselves, us ll in person,
-xil cit elm", written out, with ail mmu.
d and HkenesB enclosed sent by mud 1
:na,it the Madame by mail with mm anu
on receipt of
Th Rtrictimt secrecy will be
.yS Ke-Tecao highest order lun.hjl.Jd
H10I deairiiiA them. Wr.te plainly the day of the
"Sh and vc ir in which you were born, enclosing a
email Iwk of hair.' pponioo "
1B .... , P, o: Drawer IBM, Buffalo, N. T.
' . . 1 j .11 i.Mtaiarfii wnrA ri'uirneu w uc-
VV 11 I S H K P
M UST AC II ES
nnfiffVIl in irrnw upon iliB- smoothest face
P in from three to five weclts by using Dr.
BEVIQNE'8 RESTAURATEUR UAl'iLLa.
IUB, iho most wonderful discovery in modorn
the Beard and Uair in
-i.it ..UaniilniiR manner. U uaa Dl
sn uurivot. uiu , iit.
used by the elite of Tans and L ondon With
most flattering . bhcccs. Names or au
t...... ;ti he rcffiatcred. and if enttro
1'l.lltUnfJrl o - -o ,
.:r.,.i;- i nnt oiven iii oven mstaneo,
.ill he e.lieorfu lv refunded. 1 noo
,y mail, scaled and post-paid, f 1. Deeoript
iv circulars and testimonials mailed free.
Address BEKQEE, BUUTT3 & CQ., CluinlBto,
Ko. 285 Itiver 8lrcet, Troy, N. Y. Sols
.Agcn's for Ao Uoiled Slatee. t
. KOlFo.S'E D A M E N D M E$T
TO MB : : ' '. '
fh State 0 Ohio, ) . - ,
i;.,. f th Strrrijirn of Slate. 1
A uu..,..M (lmnr Smith. SeerctftTT of
State of tbo Bute of Ohio, do horeby certify
thattho following is a true copy of the
joint Ksolation passed by the General M
eembly of the Btate of Ohio, on the Gin day
of April, A. D, 1867, taken from the original
rolls on file in thia office. , . '. . .. v
In Testimony Whereof, 1 have here
" ..' . . . i .ihnrilied my name and affix-
rr 11 A ll.. reat Real of the Btate of
Ohio, at Colubus, tlie Ctb day of
April, A. D. 1867. -;
WfLLIAM HENRY SMITH, '
. , Secretary of State. .
A RESOLUTION. .
Belative to an Amendment of the ConstHu.
lion, providing for the extension of tie
'' 5 elective franchise! - " --p
Eemhid by tht : Gfwral Assembly 1) the
Slate of Ohio, (three-fifth of the members
elected to each House agreeing .thereto,)
That it be and is hereby proposed . to the
electors of this Slate to vote at the next annual
October election, upon the approval or rejec
tion of the 'following amendment 1 m a sub-
' stitute for the first tcction of the fifth Arti
cle of the Conelilntion of this Stalaj to-wit:
very mile :ciUwn of the United States, of
the ace of twentyeue years, who shall have
been a resident of. the State one year
next preceding the election, and of he
.county, township, or. ward in which
he resides, suoh Umo as may . bo pro
vided by law, except such persons aa have
borne arms in support of any insurrection or
rebellion against the government of tho Uni
ted States, or have tted from their places of
residence to aVoid being drafted into the mil
itary eervice' thereof, or have deserted the
military or naval tcr vice of said government
in time of war, and have not subsequently
been honorably discharged, from the same,
shall havo the qualifications of an elector
and be entitled to vote at alLclectione.
ED. A. PARROTT, .
Speaker of Hit Home of RejretmtativetK
ANDREW 0. McUURNEY,
' rrmlcnt of the Senate-
'.' Passed April 6, 1867.-: (Cm
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And profuucly and Brtisllcally illaslrated
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rcliRblo Patterns, Embroideries, Jewelry, and
a Buc'cccsion of artlstio uovelcties, with other
jscful and ontcrlaing litoratore. . '
No person of refinement, economical house
wife, or lady of (ante, can afford to do with
out the Model Monthly. . -. .
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$12, and splendid premiums for clubs at 3
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"icuuert , ' ,' 1
JENNINGS DEM0REST, ,
No. 473 Broadway, New York.
PcmorcstVlonthly and Young Amenca
together, $ 4, w ilh the premium, to each.
WANTED, AGEJNTS 1 I
PER niOWTH TI1E Ybak Roohd,
n(,f. Vrv CeST. PkOJIJ t) COMMISSIOH
.We mstanty the above salary or ommissioa to ac
livi.ndustrioaswenU at their own hnn.oa, to intro
duce arT nrtieleot indisponaablo utility in oyerf
hoinchold. For fuU nartu-.dars call oa or, auuicaa
, , U.W.jACK80& Co.,
, v - i - ll South St., Baltimore, Md.,
.,.Jtaj23,'t867-Jm. '' '. .
. $100 from $30
CREAT CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY
; 1 1 Y achnfl as our A aenta tor tne sale or JSIM
Hieroscopes aim u-.ooorie views o. an me pomta ol
ntcirst in the World. I'rrw anuatauoneryrncKets,
Bilver Hmitmtt Caao Waicws. Also, nno coiioction
.r irmwual 'ard Pictures, Colored Prints, 4e.
A isewlll purch.-uie a miscellaneous stook of
4btim gw. that will sell for 1 10". We nllorinost
'oxtraonrhiary iaaiicements and a elianoe for those
who wi9li0fsUiilish Jhnie!ve in a (ieod fjiiying
bHSlneas. foroaUlogues and Inll particulai s tend to
;nASKlN8 & C0;,
,Junel3,186"-mT ' 36 Bcekman st ,.Nw Toitf.
i irtoPW v. ItALCB
4 All En n. WHCKOrr.j ' ' "
AVYCKOFF & KALE1V
. . . . . e ,..:. n,l dealins ID
4 RK Sim in town raanuiauiu'a
iV all kinds or
On MAIN STREET, tpposite Dr. Wolf's Offico.
TheKurnihire.smado out oi tlio host scMoaed
nnterial, and by the oioxt oxpenonecu wota....
BUREAUS Evory Slylo.
BEDSTEADS All Kanas.
T A Rf.Ea Every Pattern. '
CHAIRS Fancy and Common
SASH, COOKS, BUNDS, SO
always on hand or furnished on ishorl notice
Of all kinds, In Furniture, Chairs, 4o attendod
on short notice.
if A T TRESSES.
' K superior quality ol Mattrcssoa of all aizes
XJ a. o r t a, is. i 8 '
We aro always in readiness to .ATT pN.I
FUNEKALS In Town and Country, at
lowest rote. ' - '
A Fair Prloe for a Fair Artlole
is CJur Motto!
Purchasers are requosted to call and examine
' ' Large tSook of Furniture
.- ..t.c;nn iouihr.n,. an wo feel confident
...a. .0 .nr(irnish hatter and cheaper articlos
any other estabhshmonHnth
Souiclblcg Kewnnder tlic Sun!
The Union Pocket Timekeeper,
Price Fifty Cents. (
WE most novel and useful invention of the ago.
1 Warranted to mark solar time with frritor
than the most oxpensive old or silver
wlulc ita otreme cheapness placos it In
reach ol all. Sent to any address post-paid M mail,
for Fifty cikts. Orders will l tilled
,rM UNION MANUFACTURING CO,
Box 441 Hudson, N. Y.
Junal3,18G7-am , .,;
$12 Gold and Silver Watches $12
200 Gold Hunfg Case T,ever Wr tohes 1100 to J175
:09 Solid silver Case Ijovar Watchsi .36 to 75
601) Solid silver Caaoliopene Watches 25 to 74 '
WOG'ld Composite HunfgCasewatehesiiOM 00 "
All tho above splendid watches will be sold
$12 each, We have adopted tho following plan:
Certificates describing each watch and its vilue,
prepared and placed in gealod envelopes, and
holdor will be entitled to tho Wntoli it eallafor, up
on pavmontofthe$l2. This is not a lottery, biuVa
bona fide aale. Procure a certificato, and as thefe
are no blanks, everyone must get awatch at half
usual Sirica at least, and many will get . a -splendid
Cnl,l Wstnh tnr tho Inliintr sum of Csrtiticftlea
sent by mall to any address tor 60 cents each. Five
will be sent for $2; fifteen for S; thirty-five for JtO.
Agents wanted; send for circular. Address,, -i.
GILLESPIE, MAXSON & CO., ,
21-m 36, Beekman St., New York.
JUST PUBLISHED. .
EVERY MAN -HIS OWN LAWYER,
Afln Baslno 'Fonn.-'I3ook, . ;i
A COMPLETE GUIDJs in' ay Mattqr '
Law, and Business Negotiations for eve
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- With Legal Forms, and full instuctiens
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tion. ' ' ' .
Together with the different State Lawi
concerning the Collodion of Debts, Property
Exempt from Execution, Win Laws, Uusary,
License to Soli Goods; Qualification of Vo
ters, Limitation of Actions, &o. '
Also, the General Bankrupt Law, with
forms and full instructions to eaable Bank
rupts and creditors to take full btnofit of
Aot without legal assistance. v - ..
Also, Pension Laws, wi'Ji run instructions
and forma to enable the Discharged Soldier
or Sailor to procure Back Pay. Pcusions,
Bounties, and all War Claims. .
Also.Patcnt Laws, with full instructions
to Inventors,. '' . -.,.,.
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Office and Custom
l.i. . . n.nannnnf i. ini;n.i
to reconstruction and Freedmen; Constitu-'IL""
.! - it. IIl I Cl. I An III, .
lion of the United Stales, with amendments;
State Seals, with descriptions, &o. '
Over 250 paces now- matter hare been
added, to meet the requirement of the times.
The utility or sucn a wort no one win
now Question. The sale of hundreds
thonsands of copies of the former editions,
and the constant demand for it, have sottlei
that point. The professional man, the far
mer, the meohanio, : the manufacturer, the
soldier, the sailor, eaoh requires a conven
ient, comprehensive and reuaDie worn.
It will save them money, save them troub
lo, save them time, save them litigation and
lawyers' fees, and give thorn information
that nobody can afford to bo without, ' Umo,
650 pages. : : ,
Price, nandsomiy pouna, . ,
Sont, post-paid, on receipt of price,
A good, reliable Agent' .wanted in every
town in tbe United States. ' Also, & respon
sible man at all prominent points, as Genoral
Aeont. Also, a few wiae-awaxo men,
travel in establishing Agencies.
J, B. I1AWLEK & UU.,
161 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
'Any person -wishing a copy
of the above Book, will call
J. W. Boweit,
' Agent for Vinton County.
Repair a tor Capilla,
Throw awitylyour blso frizacs, your switches, your
win , ' - . , .
Dostructhe of comfort, and not worth a flg;
Come aged, come youthful, eome ugly and fair,
And rejoioa in your own luxuriant ban.
IlOR restoring hair upon bald heads (from whatov
4 er canso it may have fallen out) and forcing
growth of hair upon the faco, it has no equal. It
force tho beard to grow upon tho smoothest face
from five lo eight weeks, or hair upon heads in from
two to three. A few practitioners nave asserted
there ianotling that will force or hasten the growth
of the hair or board. Their assertions are false,
thousands of living witnesses (from their own expe
rience) can bear witness. But many will sy, how
we to distinguish the genuine from the spurious?
certainly ia difficult, aa nine-tenths oi the diUeroct
advertised lor the hair and beard
entirely worthless, and you may have a! road j thrown
away largo amounts in thoir purchase. To meh
would say, try the Reparator Capplllis it will
you nothing unless it fully comes to our rep-csenta-
If your Druggist does not keep it, sens us
d ire will forward it, postpaid, together
a rocoiptfor tho money, which will be returned
on application, providing entire .satisfaction u
given. ' Address, I
W. L. CLARK & CO ; Chmitti,.
No. 3 West Fayette 8tret,
al8yl Syracuse, N w York.
WOOL tl !
'- ..'The 'i '.
McArlUnr Steam1 Hills
Nowl Cards, are now
H ready fo"work;n,l the prrmHetoM Ruarantee
the wura auno " ." -t "
SURPASSED BT ANY MACHINE
In the country !
m. ... ii. iiMiitin.l and fair.
wn,n - , -..., -fcj.'
With starry eyes, snu .
Whoaocufine tcnd.iH wift, erttwmed
Knchained the Tery heart and mind.
crisper ; COMA,
Fr Oarlina thi Bait of either Six Mo-Wavy
and Ghtty RingUtt or Heavy Masiive Curlt,
T)Y using this article Ladies and Gentlo
K mn .an beautify ihemsolvcs a thousand
fold, it 18 ine uiy biu"j " -that
will curl straight air, and at tho same
iim. nun it a beautiful, elossyl appearance.
The Crisper Coma not only cfirls the hair,
invlirnratna. bcautitcs anl oleanscs it;
is highly and delightfully pertumed, and it
tbe most complote artiole of to kind ever
offered to tho American public! The Crisper
Coma Will be sent to any adiross, eoalod
and postpaid for $1. f ' ' , ;:
Address all orders to , ."
W. L. CLARA CO., ChiniBts,
Nn.a West Favefte Street, Svrtcuse. N.Y,
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIO It 1
Hair' Exterminator ! !
For Removing Superfluous Hair!
TO the ladies especially, this 'invaluable
depilatory recommends itself a being
au almost indisponsible artioli, to' female
boaulv. is easily applied, does sot burn or
iniure thi akin, but aots directly on tho toots
It iswarrated to remove suporluous hair
from low foreheads, or from any part, or tne
body, conjplotoly, totally and radically ox
tirpiatinj the samo, leaving the ikin soft,
smoothe and natural. This is the only arti
cle used by the Frenob, and is tho only real
effectual depilatory in existence. Price 75
cents perpackago, sent post-paid, to any ad'
dress, on receipt of an order by '
BERGER, SHUTTS & CO., ,
' 286 River St., Troy, N. Y.
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all,
To young and toold, to great and to small!
The beauty which one was so precious and rare,
Is free for all, and all my bo fair.
By tbe use of
CH ASTE LLAR 8 . ,
WEI ITU LIQUID
FOR Improving and beautifying the complexion.'
The roost valuable and. perfoct preparation in
nse, for giving tl.eskm a beautiful pearl-like tint, that
.sooiy found in, youth. , !t quickly removes Tan,
Freckles, Pimples, Blotches, Moth Patches, Sallow
nius. Erunt.ona.and all Imiuirities of the skin, kind
ly healing (he same, leaving the skin white andciear
as an alabaater Its use cannot be detected by the
closest scrutiny, and being a vegetablo preraration
ia perlectly oarmiesa it is tne oniy nmuieuseu ny
the French, and Is considered by tho Parwim aa in
ilinn.nwihiB to a .ukf!t. toilet. UnwarilS (f BO.OOC
bottles were sold during the last year, a simcient
ffurcantoe of its efficacy. Price only 75 cant. Bent
by mail, Iiosi-paiu, ou reeeini. oi aa orer,
BRIllJER. hHUTTa ft 00.. Chemms.
April 18,lSti7-lyi 285 Uivcr Btreet, TroyiM. Y.
' LATEST FASHIONS DEMANI
. W. Bradley'a Celebrated '.
(oa Donate bprinqV f
FLEXliSIIiITr srVl crral
comfort and clcmuri! to any Lady wenriug te
Duplex Elliptic Siirt will be experienced particularly
in all crowded Aisemblies. Operas. Carrhiii.". Rail
road Cars, Chnreh Pews, Arm Chairs, (or Piomcnailo
and House Dress, as lite OKin can tie lomea wnen
in use to ocoi.pt a small iil.ico as cosily -nnd con
veniently as a Silk or Mi.ulin Dress, an Invalnahle
quality in criuoiino, not fouud iu.any Binjla Spring
hjkiit. i -
A Lady having enjoytd the plmsure, oomrort and
ffrnar.nncnmcncflof wcartna the D.itflox Ellintic Steel
Spring Skirt for asintle da; trill uover aftefwards
wi .nir v ilisnense wit i their use. for cm. (iron,
,ua IUUU . w
' ' t 1
The will rial bend or break like the Single Spring,
but will preserve their perfect and gracofuli ahaie
hen three or four ordinary Bkirta will havi beeB
Ihrownaaideaa useless. The Hoops are duerod
with double and twisted thread, and the bottoin rods
are not only donble springs, but twice (or (ouble)
covered, preventing litem from ' wearing otfwhen
aragging aown stoops, amirs, ac i
The Dunlcx Eliinlicia a eroat favorite will
ornat favorite will all la
dies and is universally recommended by the fashion
Mncaaincs ns the STANDARD SHUIX Ul TUf.
niJiiinir i nr v ninii r rv
To enjoy the following eneslimable allvAningeslu
Crinoline, Vic ' Sujierior Qnality, Ported Wnniu'iB
ture, Stylish Shape aud Fiidah, Floxibillty, llurahili
ty, Comfort and Economy, fnquire for If. W. Brad
ley's Duplex Elliptic, or Douiiio Spring Sklr and be
sure yon got the Genu.no article. I '
CAUTION. To guard against IMPlSlTtON be
particular to NOTICE that skirts offoted u "DU
PLEX" have the red mk stamp, vis; "i. V. Brad
ley's Duplex Elliptic Stool Springs," uion tie waist
band none others are gonuino. Alsb notieo that
every Hoop will admit ofa pin being Bsod through
the centra, thus revealing the two (or SouNe) apnngs
braided together therein, which is the Pbxibility ol
and strongtii, and a, combination ,. not lo ko found in
any other Skirl. '" . ;
FOR SALE in all Btorea where FIRSTpLAW aklrts
are sold, throughout the United Slates aid eKcwhvre.
Manufiintiired by tho Sold Owners of tie Pttent, . :
; , WE8TS, BRADLEY & OAfcY.V
. . 07 Chambers and 79 81 fteadcSta .ir. I.'
:Moyl6, 1867-3ru, . , V ; 1 ; .
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
"KTttriCE is hereby given that Cohmis,
slonors of Vinton county, Ohio, will meet it the
bridgo across1 Middle Fork Crook, btween
Vinton station ind Vinton Furnace, on .
Friday.tlie 5th day of July , 1
in luv lurciluuB, w b;ii w viiu luirvn, nn,p,aiuiu
bidder, the bi.ldingof a bridge acroes said opak
to be built with two stone abutments and of jeavy
timber. Other specifications made known on tte day
7. r I , i- --,, iA .V, 1 1 1,, 11.1
or sale. I ,
By Ordorofthe Commissioners.
(.. ... , W. F. FELTON,
June 13, 18ff-4w . Auditor Vinton Coufy,
Auburn. Golden, Flaxen A Sllten
.i;;;i n.euriu, jv,-r
TtTtODUCED by the use of Profl DE
1 BREUX' FRISER LE CHEVUX.'pn
application : warranted ; to. ourl the post
straight and stubborn hair of either sex into
wavv ringlets, or heavy massive curls. Has
been used by tbe fashionables of Psrisand
London, with the most gratifying" wstfts.
Dnea no iniurv to the hair. ' Price by niL
nealed and postpaid, SI. DescripUve Circu
lars mailed free. Address BERGER,
SHUTTS & CO., Chemists, No. 285 River St.,
Tmv. K. Y Solo Aents for the1 Bnled
April 18, '6T4y
, ,'PRO SPECTUS
,. , , , ',. 'Of TUB ( '"
CINCINNATI' WEEKLY ENCLUIRER,
. : For 18C7. ,, ,; ,
Extraordinary ' Inducements : to Our
, .. ,,,, ( Agents! ' , .' ' ;
. : Trmkmi Amaunling to '.
' ', jo be" Diitributed in April, 16X7 .
Pov List of" Premiums and Particulars of
. Distribution, see the'Weotiy fcnqmter
and Subsoriptlen Circulars '
rE, thiB ynr offer prises to thaaliova amnnnt as
Rnincrntivetothoseofour patrons who will
in Ihrm cl.ihs If our
U I olrnn in l.h hollsenOlU O. nil out LBiii';ruiit
friends, South and Wost, its influenco would bo ro
inni u Ahanninir the nolitical aspect ol aftairs. The
f 'real point lor wn.cn mi itiuo " -
kbor lor is the Dissemination of Democratic truth.
If it had had an equal hearing with the errors of our
opponents, we should never have had the toriibl
orisis of the last five years. TauijM ; by sad expert,
encc of its necessity, wo trust the Pemoeratlo prest
U iq future to have a larger sphere of Influonce anc
What evils have fallen upon the land, owing to the
erroneous political eduation of the massesl ir we
would restore the old order of things onco more, ot
foct National Unity and the otd-fiiahioned Peace and
Prosperity , we miiat place the Democracy again in
in thia end. and as tho moat ef
fective agent in the work, we rcpoat, Is the ovula
tion of the Demooratio press.
The Enquirer has some claims upon the consideration
of the Democracy that are fcn.vcrsally acknowl
edced. . Through proscription and persecution un-
Clllllllim III WIIUlc
wllhtoUliupprcasion, porsona. imj"
mohviolenoeifwe did not change our course, we
stood by the Demoeratic ring and gave emressiou to
its tenets. Twwe burned to the ground within thir
teen months, andamiu inn groaicai
asters ooneeuuont upon it, we havo never lost an
r... .,,,,. nr hrnken a nromise to any o
iBOiiwutw.il in.wv., ;,
our subscribers. In tho mtiiro, as in tne nasi, .. n.r
tho sun of prosperity as well as the clouds of adver
sity, we shall bear aloft the Democratic lnner, and
be faithful to Its organisation. Will not the Democ
racy of the Northwest stand by them who wore trim
in tho darkest hours to thoir political and personal
interests, and will they not exert themselves- to In
crease our circulation? " , .i' ' , h..
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ol general news, latest, and most reliable intelli
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ml News is made a special feature of the Enquire
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fljl uiiuoiinii, tiuu o,.. r . ,
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liowing reuucea raiuo, :,.
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u l Ka oonl nl nnr ainlr hv AYnFuSS. PrOpaiU,
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or 111 iei4iw3 M "J ........ - -- .
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' j ' Cincinnati, Ohio.
Specimen copies and subscription circulars con
taininglitof prises and all necessary information,
sent ou application. :t - ..." . '
gold by the trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
, 200,000 furnithed the U. 3., Government.
Navy Revolver, ,
44-lWi In. Calrihre,
80-100 in. Calibre,
Navy Hire Calibre,
New Pocket Revolver,
81-100 in calibre,
(Rider's pt.31-lU0 in. Calibre,
Ropontlnjr Pistol, (Elliot pt.) No. !2 82 Cartr'ge,
Vest Fooket PisloJ. No,22, 80, SiJand II Cortrnigc,
Gnn Cane, No. Hi anil Ji ,"
Breech fjoamngKiUe, (beam) no. oiw
Rovolviug Rifle, ae aud W-Iuo in Calibre
' E. REMINGTON . & SONS,
,i ., - , . Won, New York,
V B t tl',0 1 P A (.
Moore 4 Nichols,
Wm. Reed ft Son,..
Jos. C. Orubh Co.,
Poultiiey ft Trimble,
Henry Folsom 4 Oo., .
Johnson, Spencer ft Co,,
L. M.Rumsey ft Co.,
Albert K. Crane,
.. MarA 21, 18t7-ly ,.
. . . New York
' . ' Baltimore
, .. New Orleans
. 1 : Bt. Louis
AM now receiving a full stock offloads in my line
bought at lower rales thau .lhe early Spring pur
! J Braid8,
Smali "Wabes Generally!
IIAYE ALSO ADDED TO MY
WHITE GOODS !
S. C. SWIFT.
Cbilllcothe, Apiil 26,188T-lm
iV. with an excellent
allachod, ntuate on the corner of Oak and' Beeotd
irtmsu. Saleeki. Ohio, is for sale at reasonable figure
Th DwelUnr is convenieally arranged; situate In
Dleasant part of the town; plenty of water near
hand. For lojther Information call on or address
V. MolNTiivK, il'
- Hay 23, J86T.tr ZaloskJ, Ohioj
I It M law I l
NOTICE ia hereby given that the undersigned
has thia day been appointed by the Probate Court
ol Vinton county, Ohio, as Administrator oa the
Estate of Mry England, deceased. .-,
jHr 31, iw7-3w eEQfiGB CRAIG,
EVERY U3UR;S SER-
and bonorabla em-
nlovment wUhout risli: deufrable for U. !
dies, olergyaeu, teachers, students, irwy,
merohants. Mechanics, soldiorg, every uou;.
Please callo, or address, C.OY. Jawwi
& CO., 68 Betver Street, N.Y.
AdministiVtor's" Sale j. of .Keal
' '-V'FJRi'Me."-'Tv:.i n'-
BY OBDER'OF PP.OBATE COUBT.-f i . 1
Thomas Beach, Administrator! n-$ , ' i ;
of Estate ol Dr. John Coats, . ,.,
deceased, ' 1 ' ' ' ''" ' i
ngainaf . ,.fc,.:-, :l );!'
Arthur Coats and othors. J
In VMon County lYobate Cmirt, State of OAto
IN pnreuanee of an order granted by Ilia Prolm'e
Court of Vinton county, Ohio, 1 will ohVr for Blo,
at Publio Auction, on
rn 1 . il.
Tuesday, the 2d day of July
' 'imoi . rnn . All i,;iw ill viiiiva
; A. D. WUi
all o'clock P. M. of said day, at uie floor o. me
Court House, in tho Town oi mcannur, in m.u mmim
ty, the fcllowing described premises, situate in the
rir.tr.n nn.l uinlnt Oiiio. tn-wlt:
TheKorth-westyuarier o. me wiuwi-wcn. u..
of Range Number Seventeen 17,1 Township Number
Ten 10, Section NumborTWO ooiMiuui.igiuii.jr-
one ai-rea more or less,
. : I . a-iv.
Terms oi saio une-miiu ean ii"", -...-
.lv mAnlh. anI raaiiliMI in tWOlVO
the day of sale-deferred pnymont to bear interest
and to be secured t-y mortgage pjn . ,..
Administralor of Estate of Dr, John Coats, deceased.
May iiC, 1807 td
TO , S5. FOB
P.rtKT, E W. HEY EB, and
T arrived at full age, Newton Beyer,, Jnmos Beyer,
r...niu....Aan Marv Lpvpi.. who are minors and res).
..miniv nf V.ntnn. and State of Ohio, and
Charlotte Beyer, who Isn minor, and whose plnce ol
rosidenoeis unKnown, wu. iiuiitu
a,.i,,r,.i ..iminiBirnior ot the Estate of Andrew J.
U.....M. AnAiiaaii. an l.hn 427lh dav of Mav, A. D. 1807,
i.'j k'i. n,,iinn in inn Prnliiius Court, witlun and for
the county of Vinton, and Shite of Ohio, allodging that
the personal esimo or biuu uooti, hi ui.u...-...
ny his debts anil tne cnarge o. kiiiiiiuibiviihh "
luBt hi AitxA imml In fan ffiin.lln Of thO, 101-
lowing described Koal Estate, situate inhe Township
ol riK, mine ciiunvji wi ihiwiii -.,, .
rv.u;oUt rii,rji. nt (hn North East Quarter of
Section Number Tl.irty-fhur No. 84, Kange .niiiriner
u !., CMn IT Vl'nirn.l.in N..inlr ElOVCII No.
"'""""' i -'i r . i "i,t. , i:0
11, thei.ee running wean weuy nun,
Twenty Kods-, thence East Twenty Rods-, thence
South Tweuty Rods, to the place oi oeginnaig, con
laininff Tarn T( nilfl fiftv hundredths of an acrt).'
Beyer, James Boyer, Eve Beyer, Mary Beyer, and
Charlotte Beyor, as heirs at law of tho said Andrew J.
Beyer, deceased, hold the noxt estate ol inheritance
n.itanA ui ituvnr aimnAt nrveii 'iv wiun
therein. . . M
premises, free of doer Estalo, for the paj went of Iho
debts and charges nforesaid. Said petition will bo for
hearing on iheSHth day of Jane, A. J), 1867, or a soon
11'I.a nMvavnfflnirt twi nn.H inr i.ie nuou
thereafter aa tho samo can be heard.
. JfVKI. a. HWRTLAND. .'
Administrator of Estate of Andrew J. Beyer, defeased
MnvS.lWI 6w ' ' - ' '-' " '-' '
ULYfllVEU, OAX & CO.,
... MANSFIELD, OHIO
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Warner's Sulky Revolving Rake
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VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
rtepresontative m Congress H. 8. BUNDY.:
State Sonator J. BBAIJBUKy.,
Representative A. J. 8WAIH.
Common Plsaa Judgo-J. P.PLYLEY.-.
Probate Judge JOSEPH KALEK.
Auditor W. F. FELTON. '
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, , ,,
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WARIETTA & CINCINNATI
WARIETTA & CINCINNATI RAIL-ROAD.
fTH and after January S, 117,-Trains willruasi
MAI0LEA8T'' r'!(' '-'MIGHT EXPRESS 1AIT
Depart Cincinnati ' tioor.w.j
, jjovGi.mu -
T " '
' " Chillicolhe
1 88 r.w.i
! Athena ;
a ii , . .
4 68 ,
1 17 ll
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'i Zaleskl 0
i I 11 w
.1 n u
, ! Cbilllcothe U88r.ii.
H Txiveland 3 13
e te "
Arrive Cincinnati' 4?6- . .
Connections made Muamdes
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- clone conneouona made at Cincinnati witn as
Western Trains; and at I'arkariburf with the Ball,
more an Ohio Rail Rod, ..
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