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A STBOLOfiV.
The' VToxld Astonished
AT TBI WONDERFUL BiWELATIONS
JjADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
M.due II. APEHRIGO.
tiUY vaveals secreis no mortal ever knew. She
R'S iTppine-ss those who, Iron, do eful
wd mSi U money, Ac., have become de
Went. Mie brings together those long seanra
Zi Vvi.lormlion eoScerniog absent friend, or
Stores lol or iolen property, teff you the
1, '.meao are best qualified to pursue md m
whauou wdl be most sueceM-toUcsuaes speedy mar
riaVei and tells you the very day win marry.
vefy the name, likened amf chaw eristics ol
fi.wreon. bhe reads your very thoughts, and by
heraTmo." auraatural powers unveil lha dart
and hidden my steiies.or the future, From t he sum.
la .?e in the Hrmaniink-the malefic stars that oyer
"rna or predominate to the conrigurat.ori-frorr. the
Ztt a Cdpoaition. '"a ! and the fixed
a iutht i heavene atlhetimS of birth, she dadu.-
tb. ratur. dyon. Fail ' "
greatest Aatrologiatonearth, It coet you but a trifle,
and lyoo manaeraa.n baveso favorable an icppor
"unity CousuJtatiou tree, with ukeows and all de
aired (information, Sr. Parties living at a distnneean
ylur Madame by mail with equal safe V and
aatimiiction to themselves, a il in person. A fuU and,
S chart, written out, with all inq.HV.es a.swer
d and likeuela euotoacd, aeut by mail on receipt of
pricVabova mentioned. The strictest secrecy wilt be
maintained, and all correspond enc returned or de
"royed Refereueesol the highest order M
those desiring them. Write plainly the day of the
month and year in which you were botn enclosing, a
Buwlllookof liai. J , ppnntfJO
Address, Masame H. A. FERRIW,
.18 . P. O. Drawer 293, Buffalo, N. T.
!. V: WHISK E H
. . , . . 'and
MUSiTACHES I
FiRCED lo grow ron the smoothest face
in from three to five freekf by using Dr.
SEVIGNK'S RESTAURATEUR CAPILLA
IRE, the most wonderful discovery in modern
science, noting upon the liesrd and 1 Hair in
been
n almost miracmuuii uiaunci. - ---used
by the elite of Paris and I. ondon
il. --a Ant larin ft BlirnftHfl. Names o
with
of all
purchasers will be registered, and if entire
satisfaction is not given m ,..-.---,
... .. L ft.lU ..funflaJ PrlP.A
the money win oe ouewrmuj im
i : j ai n
IUV OIUUDT .,vvv- - .
:i .1,1 .nil nnat.naid. 1. DeSOHPt-
ive circulars sou iiuiai iu.,,..
Ko. 285 River Street, Troy,
agenU for the United States.
PROPOSED-ABEHDBEB.
' to int
CONSTITUTION.
The Stale of Ohio, 1
Offic of (he Secretary of State. '
, i w,iii Hkniv Sxith. Seoretary
of
Slate of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify
...I .h rniinwintr la ft true copy of the
inint Msnlution nassed by the General As
sembly of the State of Ohio, on the 6th day
of April. A. 1). 1867, taken from the original
rolls on file in this oflioe, , -
in T.aiimon Whereof, I have hero.
. .mm anhaorlbed my name and afiix
L-B.i
.a irTnnt Real of the Slate of
Ohio, at Colubus, the tu uay
April, A. D. 1807. " -fflLUAM
HENRY SMITH,
Secretary of State.
vm -'' D . , .
of
A'RESOLUTION
Felatjvs to' an Amendment of the Cosstrtu
tion, providing for the extension of tin
' .L.tlaa t1n All ISA ' , ,
. Ruolvtd . by the General Astmbly of the
Sunt of Ohio, (three-fifths of the members
elected to eacn uoubo uS.ccin6
That it be and is hereby proposed to the
eleotors of this State to Tote at the next snnual
Ootober election, upon we appro-
fniinatinv amcDduient as asuo
.th first aeion of the fifth Arti-
... . .v. n.Hiaiton of this State, to-wit:
r oitiren of the United States, of
the a twenty-one years, who shall have
been a resident of the State one year
next preoeeding the election, and of the
lnwnshin. or ward in which
i, r.aiiiiA. such time as may be pro-
tided by law, except suoh persons as have
borne arms in support of any insurrection or
rebellion against the government of the Uni
ted States, or bate Bed from their places of
raaiilnneato avoid beinsdraited into the mil
itary servioe.thereof, or have deserted the
military or naval tervice of said government
ia time of war, and have not subsequently
hon hnnorablv discharged from the same
ahail h&va the Qualifications of an elector
and be entitled to vote at all eleotions.
D, A. PARROTT,
, . , Speakir of the Houie of Repretenintivet.
ANDREW G. McBURNEV,
. , . t , ., Pretidenl of the Senate.
. rassed Aprils, 1867. .
April s,isar. . . . j .
DEMOREST S MONTHLY
MAGAZINE.
UNI VERSLLx" acknowledged the Model
Parlor Maganne of America, devoted to
Original Stories, Poems, Sketches, Archi
tecture, and Model Cottages, Household Mat
ters, Gems of Thought, Personal and Literary
Gossip (including special departments en
Fashions,) Instructions on Health, Gymnas
tic Equestrian Exercises, Skating, Music,
Amusements, eot.i all by the best authors,
and profusely and artistically illustrated
wth costly engravings (full sise,) useful and
reliable Patterns, Embroideries, Jewelry, and
a succession of artlstie noveleties, with other
useful and entertaing literature.
No person of refinement, economical house
wife, or lady of taste, can afford to do with
out the Model Monthly. , -',
Single copies, 30 cents; hack numbers, as
specimens, 110 cents; either mailed free.
Yearly, $3, 'with a valuable premium; two
copies, $5 SO; three eopies, $7 60; five copies,
$12, and splendid premiums for clubs at $3
each, with the first premium to eacb v.a
loriber. Address - - . ,.i ,
' W, JENNINGS DEMOBBSt:,
No. 473 Broadway, New York.
Pemorest's Monthly and Young America
together, 4, with the premium to each,
$100 ' from $30. ,
CHEAT CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY
BY acting aa our Agents for the sale of S P IjE N
DID HTKKLEN GRAV1 NGS,
h lerosco pea and Slerocopio views of all the points of
inter est in the World. Prise and Stati onery Packet,
(Silver Bunting Caae Watches. Also, fine collection
oflmpetial Card Piuturea, Colored Prints, 4o. .
mrlM will purchase a miscellaneous "took of
above goods thai will sell for tlul). W otter most
extraordinary inducements and a chance for those
who wish to establish tnemseives in a good paying
buslneis. for catalogues and lull particulars send to
-.HABKINB ft CO;, .
inns 13, 1867-Sm 8G Beekinaa St., New York.
-WANTED, AGENTS ! !
$250 PER B10STI1 tbb Yma Round,
oa 900 Pip Cent. Piout oh Commission.
W ftnsranty Uia above) salary or commission to ac
tive industrious agents at their own homes, to intro
duce an article of indispensable utility in every
household. For IUU paiUculars oali on or, address
G. W. Jacksob ft Co.,
- 11 South 8t,, Baltimore, Md.
Mya8,H67ln
me
..
at
.
HOME MANUFACTURERS!
IlUHNIjUIlII!
JAMMH.WUClCOI'r. JOSEPU V. KALSK.
"WYCKOFF & KALER,
ARK still in town manufacturing and dealing in
allkindJOf
Cabinet Furniture,
fin MAIN STREET, opposite Dr. Wolfs Offieo,
McARTUUIt, OHIO.
The Ftiniitiiieis made out of the best seasoned
material, and by the most experienced werUmen.
BUREAUS Every Style.
UEDSTEADS All Kinds.
TABLES Every Pattern.
CHAIRS Fancy and Common.
SASH, COOUS, BLINDS, ftc, .
always on hand or furnished on short notice.
Of all kinds, in Furniture, Chairs, 4o., attended lo
on short notice.
MATTRESSES.
A superior quality ot Mattresses of all sizes al
ways kept on hand.
XT it 3L r t o. It i n gf
Wa ttrlwi.vs in -twkjiness to ATTEND
FIJNKKALS itt 'i'vva auJ Country, t the
luwesi raves.
A Fair . Price for 'a - Fair Artlole
. im Our Motto!
' purchasers arc requested to call and examine out
Large- tSock of Furniture
hefor ourchasinsr alKewhero. a we feel confident
that we cunfurnisu better and cheaper articles than
any othejr establishment in this vicmity. ,
i i .' . W YCK0FJP KALER.
SomelMos Kt under the Sunt
The Unioii pocket TimeKeeper.
" Price JFIfty; Cents. '
rnH B most novel and1 useful' ijrvention' of the age.
X Warranted to mark solar time with KreateraC'
curaev thsn the most exnensive cold or silver re
peater, while lt9 extieme cheapness places H In tho
re ftc n oiau. Bent to anyaauresa uusc-pmu u, ihm.
lor r in r oskts. uraers win oe nueu prowpHTnu
dress - ' 1 ;
UNION ilANDFACTURING CO, ,'
; Box 441 HHdson, N. Y.
June 13, 186V-3m ' .
$12 Gold and Silver Watches $12
200 Gold Hunt'g Case Lever WrtcuestlOO to $175 each
uuuoiuiianc'KuaaeLieiene yfaiunoa voio iw
SHOGold fitted Silver Cases . 60 to 100
COS Solid silver Case Lever Watches - 35 to 7S
600 Solid silver Caaa Lenene Watchea 25 to 76
600(Vld Comaoaite Uunt'x Case watches 20 to 60
AU the aboBB snlendid watchea will be sold for
(12 each, W have adopted the following plan:
Certificates describing etch watch and lis value, are
ireparea ana puceu in sealed envelopes, ana me
older will be entitled to the Wntnh it calls rhr. n li
on payment of the J12. This is not a lottery, but a
bona ode sale, fvooure a certificate, and as there
are no blanks, everyone must net a watch at half the
usuai price at ieaR ana many will get .a apienam
Gold Watch for the trilling sum ofSi& Certificates
sent by mail to any tddress for 60 ceuts each. Five
win oe sent iors'j; fllleen for S5; thirty-five rorsiu.
ngeuia nanmu; ana ior circular. Auuress,
GILLESPIE. MAXSON ft CO.,
2I-6m ' 86 Beekman St., New York.
JUST PUBLISHED,
New Edition, Revised & Enlarged.
VERY MAN 'HIS -OVVM LAWYER,
,Tn Business Form Book,
A COMPLETE GUIDE in all Matter of
t Law, and Business Negotiations for eve
ry State in the Union. '
With Legal Forms, and full instuctiena for
proceeding, without legal assistance, in suits
and business transactions of. every descrip
tion, v '. (' J i.
Together with the different State Laws
concerning the Collection of Debts, Property
Exempt front Ezeoution, Loin Laws, Uusary,
License to Sell Goods, Qualification of Vo
ters, Limitation of Actions, so. .
Also, the General Bankrupt Law, with
forms and full instructions to enable Bank
rupts and creditors to take full benefit of the
Aot without legal assistance.
Also, Pension Laws, With full Instructions
and forms to enable the Discharged Soldier
or Bailor to procure iJaok Pay,, Pensions,
Bounties, ana u war Claims. ... .
Also, Patent Laws, with full instructions
to inventors,
Also, Excise Laws, Stamp Duties, Post
Ufflceand Custom House regulations, the
whole action of the Government in relation
o reconstrnction and Freedmen; Constitu
tion of the United States, with amendments;
State Seals, with descriptions, &o.
Over 250 pages new matter have been
added, to meet the requirements of the times.
The utility of such a work no one will
now question. , The sale of hundreds of
thousands of copies of the former editions,
and the constant demand for it, have settled
thai point. The professional man, the far
mer, the mechanic, the manufacturer, the
soldier, the sailor, eacn requites a conven
ient, comprehensive and reliable work.
It will save them money, save them troub
le, save them time, save thim litigation and
lawyers' fees,- and give Uiem information
that nobody can afford to be without, lzmo,
650 pages. , . .,."i.
rrice, nandsomly bound, $3.
Sent, post-paid, on receipt of prioe.
A good, reliable Agent wanted in every
town in the United States. Also, a respon
sible man at all pretninent points, as General
Agent. Also,- a few. wide-awake men, to
travel in establishing Agencies. -
J, K. HAW LEY 4 CO.,
104 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Any person wishing a copy
of the above Book, will call on
J. W, BowEsr,
; Agenj (or Vinton County.
Sheriff's Sale.
- State of. Okio. Vinton County, .
Neff, Eagan Slocomb, l'laintiES, In Court of Com
anainst I mon Pleas. ; ,
8amnel V. Dodge and ' f Order of sale.
Robert B. rniuips, uefenoanea: i .
PURSUANT to the eommaod of an'order of sale in
the above cause issued from the conrt of com
mon Fleaa Ol Vinton county, u, aim to
directed as Sherift of said couotr, I will offer fcr
sale at publio auetlon, at the door of the Court
. i rr r It- 1 .u.. 1M t V. M..n,M a.
House, in tue town 01 iuuaxi.iiui, im wt, v
inton, on
TUESDAY, THE 23D DAY OF JULY, A.
the hour of 1 oVlock r. H. of said dsy, the follow-
loglanda and tenements, lo win -
Taentv feet oil or tne west oiae oi in
Lot Number 8ixtr-8even (No: 67,) in the
Town of McArthur, County and Blate afoie-
said.
Taken a the property of Bamnel V. Dodge to sat
isfy an order and decree of said oourt ia llivor of
Nnlf Kaaan A Hlncomb.
Appraised at sixteen hundred dollars and mut
kriug two-thirds of that sura. ' -
Terms of sale cash in band on the day ol sale,
JOHN J. "HOCKEY,
Sheriff Vinton County, O.
H:C. Jenes, Attorney toi PUintifJ.
JunsU.ien-W
"WANTED I
3,000 SUBSCRIBEIIS
IN VINTON COUNTY,
-r o a
ft
r
TlItiGHUAT CIVIL W AR
It ins
XJxxltocl ; &titc&,
rrom isgi to iS65. ;
Ha vrso been appointed Agent' for the
"Youth's History" for Vinton County,' Ohio,
I am now prepared to reoeive subaoriptions
from those desiring this exoollent and popu
lar work, Any person desiring to canvass
any township in Vinton county, will please
send for terms at one and secure territory
before il is too late. ' , .
Agents will be given very favorable terms.
An active 'Agent can' make from $4 to $6
per day. -
The German edition of the Youth's History,
which has been called for, is also now ready.
i '.,.' : '"t -,
The work is designed to furnish the youth
of the country a candid and impartial Histo
ry of the Great War through which we have
just passed,
From a Democratic standpoint.
me minds or tne youtn or our oountry are
being poisoned and miseduoated by the false
and partial histories of the Abolitionists,
and it is of great importance for the welfare
of our country that the real Disunionists, as
they are now proving themselves to be, shall
be properly portrayed. - The great . impor-
tanse of a sound
juvenine literature
! ' .. i I ti '
has
long been felt and acknowledged, and as
this is the first attempt to
furnish
it, the
Publishers ot the the work Messrs.; Van
Evrie, Horton o) Co,, New York-respeclfully
: t 1 . i
eolioit the'enoouragement of the publio,' and
the assistance of the Democratic press. It
;- r Y v
is just such a book as ought to forma part
of tbo small library in every family in Vln-
ton county ; or it should be placed in the
hands of every) child, for ; the purpose of
giving them a oorroot Idea of the late war
and its eKatti;;U '": : i.'i ui
It is nestly printed and bound, illustrated
,r i --,".'t t T ;X ' ' . " I
with 15 engarvings, and contains 381 pages,
-' ' -1 - ' ' " A''" ' '
divided into 43 . chapters. It oontsids the
likenesses of Generals Lee, Stonewall Jaok-
f . ' r. - .. . l. J. . .: :
son, Grant, McClellaa, Sherman, Johnston,
Jefferson Davis,
Abraham
.:. I-..::, c
Lincoln, A. H
Stephens,' J. Wilkes Booth, &a.'
Prioo OX.30.
J-..BOWElsr,
At tfo Enquirer Printing Office,)
AGENT for Vinton County.
JUST PUBLISHED,
itwvyt sTTiinTr
UUlltV Ul Ml)
Twenty Melodic Exercises,
IN lORat or
SOLFEGGIOS FOR SOPRANO OR MEZZO
BOPARO VOICES,
IHTMBID AS
. Sludiet To acquire thi Art of Singing.
These exercises were composed to be used si-
,it.nniiiiW with his svstem.'-The Art of BinmnK,"
or with any other method for the eultiyation of the
voice, and wiu taice piuce or uoacoaa s ootrsuuioo,
being moie melodious and better adapted Air teach-
ll,t, some ui (liese exvivisea aro apwwi,
aVwell as useful, a mingling of dulce at utile, which
secures the interest as well as the improvement ol
the student, me various styles seveiopeu iu uim
exercises render them Invaluable in an educational
point of view, aa they lend to enbu-ge the intelli
gence and the appreciation, and at the same time
form the taste of the pupil. They must be studied
carefully with reference to the innumerable marks of
expression and ornamentation. Upon the minute
accuracy with which these are accomplished de
pends theactual sterling; advancement oi uie pupn,
any evasion or slurring in these respects !a t.me and
n,irlv wiuiImI. while, on tlm other hand, a
close and patient investigation, and open to toe stu
dent the means ana resources ov wiucu
produce their most nruuant uaa prouuuu vuuuw,.
Watsob'b Aar Joubjoaim
ia two toiumes.
Price, eaoh, In Boards, Retail, $3 00
do do in Cloth, Retail, 2 00
A Sample oopy set by Mail, post-paid, on
recoipt of Wliolesale moe, i.ou.
Published by VVM. HALL & BON,
No. 643 Broadway, New York.,
Publishers and Dealers in Musio,and Manu
facturers of Flutes, Fifes, Flageolets, ito.
Send for catalogue of prices.
June 20, 1867-Cin
CRISPEK COIl A.
. Oh, was she beautiful and fair,
With starry eyes, and eadiant hair,
' Whose cuhng tendrils sort, entwined
fenchained the very heart and mind.
. CRISPER COMA,
For Curling the JIair of either Set into Watg
and Glo"y Rmglett or Heavy ilattive Curl.
RY using this article Ladies and Gentle
man can beautifv themselves a thousand
fold. It is the only artlole in the world
that will ourl straight hair, and at the same
time give it a beautiful, glossy appearance.
The Crlsper Coma not only curls . the hair,
Kni lnilunratea. beautifies and cleanses il;
is highly and delightfully perfumed, and, it
iha mnat oamslete artiole of the kind ever
offered to the Amerioan publio. The Crisper
Coma will be sent to any address, eeaieu
and postpaid for $1.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. Y.
H33TVCEN'G-T01ir,S
IRE ARMS
Sold by tbe trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 furnished the U. S. Government.
Army Revolver, 4-100 In. Calribre,
Navv Revolver, ... , 3U.W0 in. Calibre,
Belt Revolver, Navy Size Calibre,
Police Revolver,
, i fiavy Sire Calibre,
i - 81.100 in Calibre,
New Pocket Revolver,
Pocket Revolver.
(Rider's pi. 31 -100 In. Calibre,
Repeating Pistol, (Elliot pt.)No. 22 A 22Curtr';e,
Vest Pocket pistol, No. 22, ao, 32nnd 11 Cartridge,
Gun Cane, , No. ti and Si "
Breech Loading Rifle, (Beal's) No. 32 and 38 "
Revolving Rille, . 36 and 44-luOin Calibre.
E. REMINGTON k SONS,
,..!,; .Won, New York.
PRINCIPAL A O I S 1 1
Moore A Nichols,
Wm. Reed A Hon,
Jo. C. Orubb Co.,
Poultney & Trimble,
Henrv Folsom k Co.,
Now York
Hoston
Philadelphia
Baltimore
New Orleans
Johnson, Spencer A Co,,
Chicago
Li. M.Kumsey t uo.,
Albert E. Crane, .
March 21, 18(i7-ly
8t. Louis
gun Frunsisco
Lower Rates !
1AM now receiving a full stock of Goods in my line
bought at loner rates than the tarly f-jirmg pur
unases.
Stationery,
; Hosiery,.' i ' .' I' '
, ! Braids, i i. r j ' i
Buttons,
Handkerchiefs,
':y'- ' ' Wallets,
r AND" ':!"
Small TV ares. Generally!
HAVE ALSO ADDED TO MY STOCK
.') ,.... :!..... J I-? .i ..-.-. t
W uSL I X I A 3P 33H.
wiiitjb' GOODS !
r,ti 6, O. SWIFT.
ChllUcotlie, Apiil 25,1867-lm
There aometh glad tidings of )oy to all,
' To young and to old, to great and to Small; - " ;'
' The beauty which once was so precious and rare,
Is tree for all, and all my be fair.
By the nie ol I ;."V, .: ",,
O H A S T K L L A R ' S ; ; i ,
WHIT U LIQUID
a E NAM E L, -.
T70R Improving and beautifyinff the complexion.
X; -The moat valuable and perfect preparation in
Use, for tiring theskin a beautiful pearl-like tint, thai
is ouiy found in youth. It quickly removes Tan,
Freckles, Pimples, Blotches, Moth Patches, Sallow-nets.-
Eruptions, and all Impurities of the skin, kind
ly healing the same, leaving the akin white and clear
aa an alabaster. Ita use cannot b delected by the
closeet scrutiny, and being a vegetable-preparation
Is perfectly harmless It is the only article used by
tha French, and is considered by the Parisian aa in
dispensable to a perfect toilet. Upwards of 30,000
bottles were sold during the last year, a sufficient
gurrantee of its efficacy. Prica only 75 cents. Bent
y mall, post-paid, on receipt of an order, by
BERGKR, bHUTTS A CO., Chemists,
April I8,i8e7-iyj 28 Kiei Street, Tw.fl. r.
m at
C i
TO $5 FOB EVERY- HOUR'S SER
VICE. Pleasant and honorable em
ployment wl&out risk; desirable for all la
dies, olergymen, tcaohers, students, farmers,
saerohants, meohanios, soldiers, averybody.
Please call on, or address, C. W. JACKSON
& CO., 68 Beaver Street, N. Y. 21
Administrator's Sale of ..Real
: Estate. : .. .. .
TjT OllDlia OV PROBATt CO CRT. ;
Thomas Beach, Administrator
or Estate or Vt. Junu voats,
deceased,
Arthur uoais ana omen. ;
In Yinton County ttobau Wirt, aiau oj vnw.
N pursuance of an oracr gramea uy ui
r.,,.rt of Vinton couotv. Ohio. 1 will otlor for sale,
at Publio Auction, on
Tuesday, the 2d .day of July,
A. D. 18bi,
atl o'clock P. M. of said day, at the door of the
Court House, in the Town of McArthur, in sa d coun
ty, the following described premises, aituale In the
county of Vinton and State ot Ohio, to-wit:
The North-west Quarter of the South-west Quarter
of Range Number Seventeen 17,1 Township Number
Ten 10.) Section Number Two Li containing forty-
one acres more or iea.
Appraised at S72U.
r n-. In hflml! AnA.lhird
'leriuaoi ue uiio-hi "
in six months, and residue in twelve """ths rrom
Ihedayof sale-uererrea paymenw io ,r iuic,.
and to be socured by mortgiute upon , the i premises
,oU. THOMAS BEACH,
Aduiinistrntor or estate or vt, joim vui, u.
May 3C, 1K07 Ida
Legal Notice.
GEORGE W. BEYER, and Asahcl Beyer, who have
arrived al full age, Newton Beyer, James Beyer,
Eve Beyerand Mary Beyer, who are minora and resi
dents of the county of Vinton, and Stale of Ohio, and
Charlotte Beyer, who is a minor, and whose place ol
residence is unknown, will tnke notice that Joel Ij.
uuutiun.i. Arlniinmtrauir ot Uie Estate of Andrew J.
Beyer, deceased, on the 27th day of May, A. I. lap,
died his petition iu the Probate Court, within and for
the county ol Vinton, and state oi unio, aucugiiig mm
the'personal estate of said decedent is innufllcent to
pay his debts and the charge of administering his
bylata. thai ha AioA seised In fee simple of the fol-
lewipg described Real Estate, situate in the Township
Ol E.11C, 1U tup cuuuty ui Yiuvuu, vu-wii.
o r-nmmAnmnir ut the Houth-Ksat corner of the
North-West Quarter of the North East Quarter of
Section number i nmy-iour io. a,i tang
Seventeen No. 17,1 Township Number Eleven No.
11, theuce running West Twenty Reds; thence North
Twenty Rod( thence East Twenty Rods; thence
couth Twenty nous, io ine place oi m-giuuiug, wn
laininir Twn acres and fillv hundredths of an acre."
That George W. Beyer, Asahel Beyer, Newton
Beyer, -lames Buyer, Eve Beyer, Mary Beyer, and
Charlotte Beyer, as heirs at law of the said Andrew J.
Beyer, deceased, hold the next estate ol iuheriluuca
therein.
Th nravnr of smd netitinn Is fhr the sale of said
premises, free of dower Estate, for the payment of tho
debts and charges aforesaid. Said netition will be for
bearing on the illth day of June, A- O-167, or 03 soou
inereaiier as we same cun oe neuru.
JOEL O. 8 WETLAND,
Administrator of Estate of Andrew J. Beyer, deceased
May SQ, 18S7-5W -i ...
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BLW1YEB, PA & CO., .
MANSFIELD, OHIO
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varieties. Send for ciroulurs.
March 28, 1807 ly ,
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published. By
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rropriolors,
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Legal Notice. NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
- i ' ',--,, -1
"VTOTICE is hereby givon' that the Commls--t-'
sioncrs of Vinton county, Ohio, will- meet at the
bridge across Middle Fork Creek, between
Vinton Station and Vinton Furnace.-on
Friday ,the 5th day of tTuly ,1807,
in the forenoon, to sell to the lowest responsible
bidder, the building of a bridge across said c-ek-
to be built with two stone .abutments, and of heavy
timber. Other specifications made known oa the day
Qfeale.,: ' . i.-;.-', -.,'. -A.l v
Hy Order of the Commissioners.
... U V . ,, ttlT .......
ciuj vj.,, ui-
June 13, 1807-4 w
Auditor Vinton County.
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