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lllafr rEitcnninalor ! I
i . ; i j i ; . i ' 1
For Removing f upcifluou Hull
nn Ik iidir ePtolHy, this invaluable
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aa almost indispeBsiWe artieV to fetaal
beauty, Is easity applied, does not burn or
injur skin, but sets directly on the roots.
Il ia warrant to remove sujei&uous hair
froui VW" ferhdu4 as f o any part of ths
My, ooBipleioly, totally and rudioally ex-
tirpiating the .same, llt'ing """i
siuootlie and. natural." Tbis ut the only arti
.! imd hv lU French, and Is the only real
. HWtiml deoilalorv iii existence. Price 76
cents per package, sent post-paid, to my ad
dress, on receipt of an order by
UKHGKH, 8HUTTS 4 CO.,
286 Kier St., Troy, N. Y.
u u i s u u IV &
M US IV AC II ES
1 FORCED to grow upon the smoothest face
in from three to 6vs weeks by using Dr.
EV1GNE'S RESTAURATEUR CAPltLA
WEthe most wonderful discovery in moderi
soience, aoting upon the Beard and Hair in
an almost miraculous manner. It has been
need by ths elite of Paris and L ondon with
the most flattering sneoess. Names of all
purchasers will be registered, and if entire
satisfaction Is not given in Tery instance,
the money will be cheerfully refuuded. Prioe
by mail, sealed and post-paid, $1. Descript
ive circulars, and testimonials mailed free.
Address BERGEB, SHUTTS 4 CO., Chemists,
No285 Biver Street, Troy, N. Y. Sole
Agents for the United States.
p r o p o s.ed Xe1Td m e n t
:f.:t t t'.'.H 't i
. , , , .TO THE . : - ;
.The Stall of Okh,
i)met of the Setretaru of State
i. - v uLUH Akiiet Burnt ' Secretary
ti V t ih Rime of Ohio, do hereby certify
k.i it,, ft.linwinff is a true oopy of the
tnini naniutlon casse d by '. the General As
.A.,,t,1v of the State ot Ohio, on the 6th day
f April. A. D. 1887, taken from the original
.. ... . ... .
rolls on nie in wis ..; ' , - . ' '
' in Testimony Whereof, 1 hate here
unto subscribed my name ana aim
ed the creat Heal of the State
Ohio, at Colubns, the Sth day
April, A. D. 1867.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
Secretary of State,
nJ.ii.a loan Amendment of the Constitu
lion, providing for the extension of the
MettUxd by the General Aeetmbly of the
State- of Ohio, (three-fifths of the members
elected, to each House agreeing ineretu,
That it f.a and is hereby proposed to the
eleotors of this State to vote at the next annual
October elcction.'npon tne approval or rejw
tion of the . following amendment as a sub
stitute fot the ftrsi tectioa of the fifth Arti
cle of the Constitution of this State, to-wit:
Every male citixen of the United States, of
the age of twenty-one years, who shall hSTe
been a resident of the' Slate neyear
next prteeoding the election, and of : the
county township, - or i ward.. In which
he -resides,. - such -. time as may , be pro
vided by law, except each persons ai hay
borne arms in suppsl of any insurrection or
rebellion against tWgoverntnent of the Uni
ted Btates, or hate Bed from thei wlaees of
avoid being drafted into the mil
itary service. thereof, or have deserted the
military or navai rervica oi
ia time of war, and have not u.bsequeB.tly
been honorably discharged from the sam,
shall have the qualifications of an elector
and be entitled to vote at all eleotlons.
, ED. At VARROTT,.
f freak of the Houte of Rtpruentalmi..
ANDREW Q. McBURNEY -
:... ': rretidenl of the Senate
rassed April6,186T. ' ' . (6m
April t, 1IST.
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vho wish to aillish themee'.vei in a good paying
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h 3, JMoDOWELL,
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i RK still in torn manuftctuiing and dealing in.
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. BEDSTEADS All Kinds.
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SASH, COOKS, BLINDS, So,
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or ill kinds, in Furniture, Chairs, ., attended to
on rhort notice.
I Tuperlor quality ol Mattresses of all aises at
ways kept on hand.
wr.lwi,v in rraulness to ATTEND
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in Onr Mottol
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thiU we oau furnish better and oheaner articles than
any other es'-oblistuneni in mis vicuwy.
7 WYCKOFF & KALER.
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The Union Pocket Timekeeper,
Prioe Fifty Cents.
fllHE most norel and useful Invention of the age.
I uirrantad tn mark aalar time with greater 0'
curacy tlwn the most expensive gold or silver re
.hiiA it f,rnA nliRApness Dlacea It in the
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for Firrr cikti. Orders will be tilled promptly. Ad-
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Box 441 Hudson, N. If.
June 10, 1887 3m
$12 Goldand Silver "Watches $12
20OGold Hunt's Case Lever We teheslIOO to 17each
. . . . " m Mm . a v A mix J Lf 4i
2UOUoldMunt'(ii;aseiiiwne na;iw "
300OoldPlated8ilverCses fcOto 100
600 Solid silver Case Lever Watohss 3 to 7 "
(100 Solid silver Case Lepene Watches fito 74 '
All the above splendid watches will be sold for
(12 each. We have adopted the following plau:
Certificates describing ench watch and us value, are
prepared and placed m sealed envi lopes, and ihe
holder will be entitled to the Watch it calls for, up
on payment of the (12. This is not a lottery, but a
bona fide sale. Procure a certificate, and as there
are no blanks, every one must get awatch at half the
nsual price at least, and many will get splendid
Gold Watch for the trilling sum of SI. Certmcates
sent by mall to any address for 60 cents each. Five
will be sent for 82; fifteen for IS; thirty-five for $10.
Agents-wsnted; send lor circular. Auare,
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, J. VY. Bo wen,
' '' ' Agent for Vinton County.
: . Stait of Ohio. Vinton Cumtu, u.
Neff, Began Slocomb, PUuntiflM In Court of Com'
n .,i v TtariffA and
1 mon Pleas.
r Order of sale.
D".' Lt'J-wTilln.. IWmulanta: f
PU KbU ANT to the command of an order of sale in
the above cause issued from the court of com
mon Pleas of Yintoo county, Ohio, and to
m directed as SheriB of said county, 1 will offer for
ula at publio aueUon, at D aoor oi tna uonrt
House, to the Town of MoArthur, in the county of
TUESPAY, THE 23DDAI Oi JULY, A.
at the hour of 1 o'clock r . n. of said day, the foUow
loglanda aad tenements, to wit .
Xnenty iee on oi
Lot umber Blity-Seven (No. 67,) in the
Town pf MoArthur, County and Slate afore-
MTaiten at the property of Samuel V. Dodge to sat
isfy sn order and decree of said court in frvoroi
Neff, Pagan Slocomb. . . '
Apprised at sixtean hundred dollars and must
bring two-thirds of that aura.
Terms of sale cash in hand on the day ot sale.
John j. shock ky.
Sheriff Vinton County, 0.
R. c. Jones, Atlornev tor Plalntifl.
IN VINTON COUNTY,
THE CHEAT CIVIL WAR
From $6l to 18G5.
ill vino been appointed Agent for the
"Youth's History" for Vinton County, Ohio,
I am now prepared to receive, subscriptions
from those desiring this excellent andpopu
Iar work. Any person desiring to canvass
any township in Vinton county, will please
send for terms at once and secure territory
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Agents will be given very favorable terms.
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The German edition of the Youth's History,
which has been called for, is also now ready.
' The work is designed to furnish the youth
of the country a candid and Impartial HistO'
ry of the Great War through whieh we have
From a Democratic standpoint.
ine minas or tne youtn or our country are
being poisoned and miseducated by the false
and partial histories of the Abolitionists,
and it is of great importance for the welfare
of our oountry that the real Diaunionlsts, as
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Publishers of the the work Messrs. Van
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solicit the encouragement of the pablio, and
the assistance of. the Democratic press.- It
is just;"such a, book as ought to forma part
of the small library ia every family in Vin
ton county; or it should be plaoed in the
hands of every child, for the purpose of
. ' t
giving them a correct idea of the late war
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It is neatly printed and bound, illustrated
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divided Into 48 chapters. It contains the
likenesses of Generals Lee, Stonewall Jack-
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Jefferson Davis, Abraham Lincoln, A. H.
Stephens, J. Wilkes Booth, &. ' "
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AGENT for Vinton County.
Twenty Melodic Exercises,
SOLFEaOIOS FOR soprano or mezzo
' iMTiiyxn as
Studiee to acquire tht Art of Singing.
These exercises were composed to be used si
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toice, and will take place of Coaoona'a SoLraoeios;
being moie melodious and better adapted for teach
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as well s useful, a mingling of duke at utile, which
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do do in Cloth. Retail, 2 00
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Publishers and Dealers in Muslo,and M"u
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Send for catalogue of prices.
June 20, 1867-6m
, Oh, was she beautiful and fair,
With starry eyes, and eadiant hair.
Whose culing tendrils volt, entwined
Jbnchnined the very heart and mind.
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. Address alt orders to
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A Liberal discount to Dealers,
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Army Revolver, -10( in. Cslribre,
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LAM now rw einng a full stock of Good, in my line
bounut at lower rates than the earlv 8nnnu du r
. 'Braids,' : '-- ;
, ( , Handkerchiefs,
Small JWaees Generally I
HAVE ALSO ADDED TO MY STOCK
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f. r- AND- :
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There oometh glad tidings of Joy to all, ' ' '
To young and to old, to great and to small;
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ta Banectirnarmieee- 11 is me oniy aiuciensea 07
the French, and is considered by the Parisian as In
dispensable to a perfect toilet. Upwards of 30,000
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Administrator's Sale of Keal
BT ORDER. OF PROBATk COURT.
Thomas Reach, Administrator
or Estate of Dr. Johu Coats,
Arfhtir r!ni.ui and nthers.
In Vinton County Probate Court, State of Ohio.
IN pursuance of an order granted by the Proba'e
Court of Viuton county, Ohio, 1 will otlvr for side,
at Publio Auction, oa
Tuesday, the : 2d day of July,
- A. D. 1867,
atl o'clock P. M. of said dav, at the door of the
Court House, in the Town of MoArthur, in enld coun
ty, the Allowing described premises, situate 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 2, containing forty-
one acres more or less. .
Appraised at $720. - ;
Terms of sale One-third cash In hand; one-third
in six months, and residue, in twelve months from
the day of sale-deferred payments to bear interest
and to be secured by mortgage upon the premises
sold. 1'HOMAS BEACH,
Administrator of Estate of Dr, John Coats, deceased.
MaySC, W67 tds
01 EORQE W. BEYER, and Asahel Beyer, who have
I arrived at full age, Newton Beyer, James Beyer,
Eve Beyer and Mary Baver, who are minors and resi
dents of the county of Vinton, aud Slate of Ohio, and
Charlotte Beyer, whoiaa minor, and whose plxce ol
residence is unknown, will take notice that Joel O.
Swetland, Administrator ot the Estate of Andrew J.
Beyer, deceased, on the 27th day of May, A. D. 1 W,
tiled his petition in the Probate Court, within and for
theoounty of Vinton, and State of Ohio, alledging that
the personal estate of said decedent ia insutneent to
pay his debts and the charge of administering his
Estate; that he died soiled in fee simple of the fol
lowing described Real Estate, situate in the Township
Of Elk, in the county ot Vinton, to-wit:
Commencing at the 'outh-East corner of the
North-West Quarter of the North East Quarter of
Section fiumber Tnirty iour ino.4,j tiange .-innioer
Seventeen No. 17,1 Township Number Eleven No.
U, thence running WeatTwenty Reds; thence North
Twenty Rods; thence East Twenty Rods; thence
South Twenty RoiIb, to the place of beginning, con
taining Two acres and tifty hundredths of an acre."
That George W. Beyer, Asahel Beyer, Newton
Beyer, lames Beyer, Eve Beyer, Mary Beyer, and
Charlotte Beyer, as heirs at law of the said Andrew J.
Beyer, deceased, hold the next estate of inheritance
The prayer of said petition is for the sale of said
Dremises. free of dower Estate, for the pavmetit of the
debts and charges aforesaid. Said petition will be for
hearing on ihe 2tb day of June, A. D. 1807, or aa soon
therealler an tne same can oe nesrd.
JOEL G. SWETLANP,
Administrator of Estate of Andrew J. Beyer, deceased
May 30, 1S7 6w
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v 1 . . 1 MANSFIELD, OHIO
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Marchl4.t867. - 1 .
THE LADY'S FRIEND,
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IHE LADY'S FRIEND announces lor 187 the
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It will siva a beautifully executed fancy steel en
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a copy of the Beautiful Premium Steel Er.graving
'One of Life's Happy Hours' 26 by SO inches, to ev.
ry single 82,60 subscriber, and to every persona
ciud, . . ,. ...
Hoflfersss premiums wticeler wnson s sewing
machines. Silver Plated Tea Sets, Spoons, Pitchers,
Hold and silver Watches, Guns, Rifles, melodious,
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And rejoice in your ownluxurianf haiir ,ito:l(- .
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Jijowth of hair upon the bee, it hoe no equal. will
orce the beard to grow upon the smoothest fact In"
from fire to tight weeks, it hair upon heads jnrom,.i .1
twO to three. A few practitioners have asserted that
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of thabair.orbenrd. Their assertions are false,ae.
thousands ot living witnesses (from their own epe
rienoe) can bear witness. But many will say, how are .,
wo tn riiatinimiflh the irehuine from the BDuriouaf It
certainly ia dimcult, as nine-tenths 9t tue difterentx
Preparationa advertised W the hair and beard ar
entirely worthless. ud you may hatealready Urrowm '.$t
away Urge amounts in their purchaso. . To such we
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