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FURNIT'EUR!
-A T-
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
r. noiiTON,
mvivn nnrchased and completely renovated
FUENITURE SHOP,
LN MoARTHUR,
formerly occupied by E. P.Bolhwell) would I w i
spectfullv announce to the public that he inlands to
keep constantly on baud, complete wwlm,-
CABINET FUnrUTURE
suitable for thin market, at
GREATLY. REDUCED PRICES
gotten up In stylo of workmanship not to be eol
It.-'! UT Oil V IIIIVIN MHO ot.v.wv - ,
All kinds of work in his lina will bo neatly and
prorapily done on voty low terms.
Turning
01 all kinds done loordot on short notico.
UNDERTAKING,
A fidl supply of
OOFFINO
kept constantly on hand; and
10 per cent, will be deducted
on all orders for cash down.
Match 7, lW-tt .P- RORTOM.
. BALLOU S MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
The Cheapest Magaiint in the WorlJI
rplII3 popular nod widely circulated magatina hot
A new reached aaediiion unequalled in this coun
try. Each number is ornamented by numerous tine
engravings, and is complete in itself, embracing a
grail variety ol talcs, sketches, poems, ana illustra
ted articles, written expressly for its columns. It is
conceded by all to be the elieiipcat and best Mug
zineiu.iuewuuu.
TERMS.
l.w year ; seven copies 9 00; thirteen espies
10 vu, emgie copies 10 cents. amirera
ELLIOTT, THOMES k TALBOT,
Boston, Mas.
BEAUTY!
Auburn. Golden, Flaxen & Silken
Cur In,
PRODUCED by the use of Prof. DE
BREUX' FR1SER LE CHEVEUX. 0n
anrilication ' warranted .to curl ' tbe most
straight and stubborn hair of either sex into
wavy nnjrleta, or heavy massive curls, tiaa
bcea used by the fashionables of Paris and
London, with the most gratifying results.
Does no injury to tbe hair; ' Price by mail,
sealed and postpaid, Sl, Descriptive Uircu
lara mailed free. ' Address BERGER,
SHUTT3 & CO., Chemist-, No. 285 River St.,
Troy, N.
Y., Sole Agents for tbe United
States.
April 10, i-ij
Keparator Capilla.
Throw awny your false frixzos, your switches, your
wig
Destructive of comfort, and bot worth a Rg; " "
Come aged, coma youthful, come ugly and lair,
And rejoicein your own luxuriant hail.
REPARATOB CAPILLA.
TOR restoring hair upon bald heads (from whatev
n ar nana it mn have lolled out) and forcing a
growth of hair upon the fuce, it has no enual. Hwill
force the beard to grow upon the smoothest face In
from Ave to eight weeks, or hair upon heads in Irom
two to three! A few practitioner, nave asserted that
there is not! ins that will force or hasten the growth
of the hair or beard. Their assertions are false, as
thousands ot living witnesses (from their own expe
rience) can bear witness. But many will Bay, how. are
we to distinguish the genuine Irom the spurious? It
certainly is difficult, as nine-tenths ol the different
Preparations advertised lor the hair and beard are
entirely worthless, and you may have already thrown
away large amounts in their purchase. To such we
would say, try the Reparator Cappilli; it will cost
you notmng unless ii tuny comes to our represent
lions. If vour Luieinst does not keen it. sand us on
dollar and we will forward it, postpaid, together with
a receipt for the money, which will be returned you
on application, providing entire satisfaction is not
given. Aoaress,
. V. L. CLARK & CO., Chemists,
tfo. 3 West Fayette Street,
al8jl By raouso, New York.
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TTivranhun refuted with New Cards, are n
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Iu the country I
May 23,:i8C7-3m
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06 W
FOURTH BT CINCINNATI. OHIO,
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rne TraUO suppueo. on me most iiuvrni tvmis.
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TUB
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AND IHB CELKDEATEB
ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF
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WO Id Pianos tnkiu In exchange (of new.
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Address.
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jist riDLisncD.
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sible man at aU prominent points, as General
Agent. Also, a few wide-awake men, to
travel in establishing Agencies. ,
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164 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Any person "wishing a copy
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. J. "W. Bowes,
Agont for Vinton County.
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For Removing Superfluous Hair!
rpo the ladies especially, this Invaluable
JL depilatory reoommenda itself as being
almost indispcnstble article to female
beauty, is easily applied, doos not burn or
injure the skin, but acts directly on tho roots,
is warrated to remove . superfluous hair
from low foreheads, or from any part of the
body, completely, .totally and radically ex
tirpiating the same, having the skin soft,
smooLho and natural. This is the only arti
cle used by the French, and is tho only real
effectual depilatory in existence. Prico 75
cents per package, sent post-paid, to any ad
dress, ou receipt or an ordor Dy
liliKUti;, K1IU T13 & 00.,
2tlC River St., Troy, N.-Y.
$100 from $30.
CREAT CHANCE TO. MAKE MONEY
I )Vn lmi!ns our Agents for the sale of SPr.!.' NT-
S l)IIKTKl;L,ENaHAVlNfr3,
Bterow-npes and blorompic Viows of all tho points of
interest in ino worm, rnte anumuuoncry 1'acketn,
hilver Himtine Use Watches. Also, line collection
oflinpeiiHl Canl I'ictures, Colored Prints, 4o.
trt) i.10 will purchane a miscellaneous stock of
aliove piods thai will sell for floo. We otter moat
extraoi'linnry inducements nd a chance for those
no wtin to estaniisn incmseives in a good paying
business. For catalogues and lull particulars send to
;haskins & co
June 13, lM7-0mI 36 Beckmsn it., New York.
in
STORE.
1867,
1807
J'. K. WILfL,
-ra wnw receiving from New YorK, Boston
I and Philadelphia, a oomplete assortment of
D It Y GOODS,
consisting in part of
Ladies' Dress Goods,
New Styles Delaines & Shajlies:
JJOllDie- V Y 1UIU VJUlgiituno i
In Broken Plaids,
Large Stocbof , ' i
Foreign Dress Gooda
Very Low and of the Latest Styles
Amber, Jet and Crystal Drop
Trimmings'and Buttons,
Parasols of all descriptions,
Shaker Hoods,
And Cheapest Woolen Golds
find Cassimcres since tnc war,
Ilis Stock of !
Boots and Ladies Shoes
la complete, and can bo sold ZO per cent, eieapor
than the cneapesi.
All kinds of
&rtO 033 IT.II30
kepi constantly on hand, and cheaper than ever,
Kcady-Made Clothing, .
lJiecc irooas,
Hats and Caps,
As oheap as in tho year 1859.
NAILS by the pound & keg,
For less than can be bought at any other House in the
PKcmemner ine place jjoaartage t eitw
Building, one Door Wett of the Vourt Borne.
way a, iui-iy
W II I S K E H h
JAND
MUSTACHES !
T70RCED to grow upon the smoothest face
JJ in from tbreo to five weeks Dy uBing nr.
SEVIGNE'S RESTAURATEUR, UAl'lLLA-
IRE, the most wonderful discovory in modern
science, actinic 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 flattoring suocess. Names of all
purchasers will be registered, and if entire
satisfaotion Is not given in every instance,
tbe monev will be cheerfully refunded. Prioe
by mail, sealed and post-paid, $1. Descript
ive oiroulars and testimonials mailed free.
Address BERGER, SHUTTS & CO., Chemists,
No. 235 River Street, Troy, N. Y. Sole
Agents for the United States.
LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND
J. W. Bradley's Celebrated Patent
Duplex Elliptic
(or double bfrino)
THE WONDERFUL FLEXIBILITY and great
cowroBT and plkasubs to anv Ladv wear us the
Duplex Elliptic Skirt will be experienced particularly
all crowded Assemblies, Operas. Carriages, BaiH
road Cars. Church Pews. Arm chairs, (or Promenadf
and House Dress, as the Bkirt can be folded when
n use to occupy a small place as easily and cofl
ementlv as a Silk or Muslin Dress,- an invaluable
quality in crinoline, not found in .any Single Bering
ijKirt. . , .
A Lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comiort ' and
reatconveinence of woanng the Duglex Elliptic Steel
pring Skirt for a single day will never altei-wards
iiIMukIv dispense with their use. For children,
Misses and Young Ladias they are superior to all
others.
They will not bend or break like theSmgle Spring,
but will preserve their perfect and graceful shape
when three or four ordinary Skirts will have been
uirownastdeas useless, tne uoops are covereu
with double and twisted thread, and the bottom rods
are not only don hie springs, but twice (or double)
covered, preventing them from wearing out when
dragging down stoops, stairs, Ac. -
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with all la-1
dies and is universally recommended by the Fashion
Magaiiuesas the STAN DAK t BKIRT OF THE
A9H1UNABLE WORLD. j
Toeniovthe following enestiniable ndvanfatres in
Crinoline, vis: Superior Quality, Perfect Manufac
ture, Stylish Shape nud Finish, Flexibility, Durabilt
ty, Comfort and Economy, enquire for J. W. Brad
ley's Duplex Elliptic, or Double Spring Skirt, and be
sure you get the Genuine article.
CAUTION. To guard against IMPOSITION be
particular to NOTICE that skirls ottered as "DU
PLEX" have the red ink stomp, vis: "J. W. Brad
ley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs," upon the waist
band none others are genuine. Also notice that
every Hoop will admit of a pin being passed through
Iheeentre, thus revealing the two (or double) springs
braided together therein, which is the Flexibility ol
and strength, and a combination not to be found in
r other Bkirt.
?OR SALE in all Stores where FIRST CLASS skirts
are sold, throughout the United States and elsewhere.
Uunumattired by t he Sold Uwners or the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY & CAREY,
97 Chambers and 79 1 81 Reade Sts.. N. Y! .
May 16, 18ti7-3m -
FINKLE & LYON
LOCK-STITCH
The oxiiT Machine so perfeoted that entire
satisfaotion itr guaranteed or the purchase
money refunded. . . .
Where we nave no Agent a sample Machine
will be sold at very low prioe, and a Local
Agent appointed on the . most favorable
terms;
N.B, Send for circular. Travoling A e en Is
wanted, caiary, liDeraL
Finkle & Lyon S. OT. Co.
587 Broadway, New York,
June 27, 1867-6m
Something New under the Sun!
The Union Pocket Timekeeper.
Price. Fifty Cents.
rprtE rhnst novel and useful Invention of the age.
X Warranted w mars: soiar nme wun greater ao
nuracv than the most expensive eold or silver re
neater, wnue iu ex nemo uiwnruem uwcm u id in
reach ot all. Sent to any address post-paid by mail,
for Fim CINT8. orders win oe nueu promptly. Ad.
drtss
UNION MAW UFAUTUULNU UU,
Box 411 Hudson, N. Y.
June 1J, 186T-Bm
$12 Gold and Silver Watches $12
200 Oold Hunt'g Case Lavw Welches 1100 to 1175 each
200GoldHunt'gCaeLepene Watches 76 to lira
300Gold Plated SilverCaoes 60 to loo
600 Solid silver Case Lever Watchss . 36to 73 11
600 Bond silver Cane Lepone Watches 25 to 75
SOOG'ld Composite Ilunfg Case watches 20to 60
All the above splendid watches will be sold for
f 13 each, We havo adopted tho following plan-
Certificates describing esah watch and its value, are
Rropared and placed in sealed envelopes, and the
older will be entitled to the Watch it calls for, tin.
on payment 01 tho !':. This is not a lottery, but
bona fide sale. Procure a certificate, and as there
are no blanks, everyone muss get scratch at half tbe
uaual price at least, and many will gett splendid
Gold Watch for the trifling sum ofilj. Certificates
sent by mail to any address for SO cents each. Five
will be sent for ii; fifteen for 15; th irty-five for f 10.
Agents wanted; send for Circular. Address. I
GILLESPIE, MAXSON ft CO., '
21-6m 36 Beekman St., New York.
WAITED !
3,000 SUBSCRIBERS
IN VINTON COUNTY,
I o R
A I
o r
THE GREAT CIVIL WAR
IN TUB
UiH tod Qtatoo,
From 1861 to 1S65.
IUvino been appointed Agent foe the
I
"Youth's HistoryVor Vinton Counly.'.Ohio,
I am tow prepared to receive subscriptions
I .
from fliose desiring thisaexcellentjand popu
lar work. Any person desiring to canvass
any township in Vinton county, will please
send fur terms at once and secure territory
l
before It is tot late;
Agmts will be given very faverable terms,
Ad active Agent can make from $43 to S6
yer day. .
The Uerman.edition 0 tho.Youth's.IIistory,
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
jujtjpassed, .
From aDemocratic standpoint.
Theminds of tbVyouth of 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 country that the real Disunionists, as
they are now proving themselves to be, shall
be properly portrayed. The great Impor
tance of a sound juvenine literature has
long been felt and acknowledged, and as
this is the first attempt to furnish it, the
Publishers of the the work-Messrs. Van
Evrie, Horlon & Co,, New York -respectfully
solioit the enoouragement of the puilio, and
the assistance of the Democratiolpress. It
is just such a book as ought to form a part
of the smaU library in every family in Vin
ton county; or It should be placed In the
uo-uun ui CTery Cllild. for LhA mirnftaA nf
4- .
w f f f v t ir v .
ClvfVM. lltAM m - n 1 I . m . . . . .
"vui a vurreut luea or tne late war
and its causes.'
It is neatly printed and bound, iUuslraled
with 15 engarvinge, and contains 884 pages,
divided Into 48 chapters. It contains the
likenesses of Generals Lee, Stonpwall Jack
son, Grant, MoClellan, Sherman, Johnston,
Jofferson Davis, Abraham Liiftoln, A. II.
Stephens, J. Wilkes Booth, &o.
rriooJ5l,Oo.
cr.w.3ow3B2r,
At the Enquiret Printing Offitt,). ; i
AGENT for Viator. Conatj,
Cegate
Sheriff's Sale.
Stale of Ohio, Vinton County, tr
Noffi Eagan A 81ooomb, Plaintifls, In Court of Com
against I mon Pleas.
Samnel V. Dodge and " Order of sale.
UnhArl v.. Phillins. TVfpndanta!
I
TV
URtiliAHT to the command ofan Otarr 01 saie in
1 the ahove cause issued from the oonrt of com
mon Pleas of Vinton county, Ohio, and to
mn illractedas Sherifl of said countv. I will oner fcr
nle at DUblia auction, at the door of the Court
House, in the Town of McArthur, in the county of
Vinton, on '
TUESDAY, THE 23D DAY OF JULY, A,
D. 1807,
at the hour of 1 o'clock p. . of said day, the follow
lnc landa and tenements, to wit:
Twenty feet off of the West Side of In
Lot Number Sixty-Seven (No. 67,) in the
Town of McArthur, County ana elate arore
said. -
Taken as the property of Samuel V. Dodge to sat
isfy an order and decree ftf said court in favor ol
Neff. Eamn A Slocoinb.
Apnraiset' a' sixteeD hundred dollars and must
bring lwo-tl,... of that Bum.
Terms of sale cash in hand on the day olsale.
JOHN J. SHOCKEY,
Sheriff Vinton County, 0,
IT. C. Jonee, Attorney tor Plaintiff.
June 18, 1KU7-1U
Salo of Real Estate
BY ORDEIl OF
VINTON COUNTY PROBATE
COURT.
Joel O.Swetland, Administrator of
tbe Estate of Amlrew J, Jieyer,
decesed,
against
George W. Beyer, and Asnhel
In Vinton eoun
JJeyer, wno navearriTeu at uiu
age, and Newton Beyer, James
Beyer, Eve Beyer, and Mary
Beyer, who are minors, and
resldenss of Vint on county, and
State of Ohio, and Charlotte
Beyer, who is a minur, and
wim.tt tiiupn nf rnftiilt'nce is un
Lv Probate Coiut
Petition to sell
Lauds.
known. , . 1 , I ..
IN pursuance ofan order and decree made by tho
Probate Court of Vinton county, Ohio, on the ifJth
day ofJune, A. V. 1807, 1 wUl olltr lor sine at ptiunc
auction, ou
Monday, tho 5th day of August,
i. 1J. loot.
i Aiti, n i nf m i rinv. on tho nwniriM,
cat, v uivvi . i
"ZJJ, 2r.rd
6fOhio, to-witi
iieiliioen oiiiihto ui ww . .
"commencing at tne "" "'y
Nnrth-Wdst Oiinrter of the North East Quarter of
Section Numfier Thirty-four rNo.34,1 Range Number j
Seventeen No. 17,1 Township Number Eleven 0.
i, i .,.nin,.iirn.t'ruonlv Itmlu! Ihenra Northl
11,1 thence running West Twenty Uedsj thence North
Twenty Rods; thence East Twenty Hudsj thence
ith Twenty Kcsls, to tne place oi neginuing, ram-
taiuingTwo acres and lifty hundredths or an ai:re.
Appraised at threo hundred dollars, and must
bring two-thirds of that su.n.
Tor, (.fonionnn.thinl cash in linn.l on the day
of salej one-third in six mouths; and the residue in
twelve months irom tne any oi siuu rainw
ments to bear interest and to bo secured by mort
gage upon the premises sold. , . .
" b JOF.f, a. 8WETLAND.
Administrator of Estateof Andrew J. Beyer, deceased.
July 4, 1307-6W
Sheriff's. Sale.
State of Ohio, Vinton Connty.
Isaao Sh, Guardian of John 1
Jfidward Muggins ana rran-
11,:ii:n Unrrmna. PI'S.
Btrnlnsl In Court of Common
r Aninn.wil.nn. widow of An-1 Pleas,
drew HUEEius, doceaseu, t uruor oi ouio,
William Huggins, Joseph
Crow Huggins, John Noble
Huggins, Nancy Jane Hug
gins, Mary Alice Huggings,
and Margaret Ehaibeth
IlllKmilo, imiiHiia. 3 , .ft
PURSUANT to the COmmnnuoi mi uruer ui who ,ui
the above cause to me directed from tbecouitof
t... on. I ij AirAt.ttui
common Pleas of Vinton county, and to me directed
asShsrifl of said county, I willorJer at publio sale,
at the door of the Court House,! the Town of McAr
thur, in the county of Vinton, on
Monday, tbe lBth day of August, A. D.
18b,
at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, the lot
lowing lands; d nemepta, to-wlt:
The oouui-X'asi vu"r u. " uu-u
Quarter, and the South Half of the North-
Eost Quarter of the Houtn-iast yuoneroi
Section Number Fourteen, uange numuer
Seventeen, and Townsip wumDer Eleven,
situaied in the ueunty oi vintou sou ow
o.f Ohio, and containing Bixty aores.
rr.t. -nmA tj m snui iren irum ail iiiuiiuiuiiiiioi,,
Annmispd at twelve hundred dollars and must
bring two-thirds of that sum.
Terms OI sale uBI1 111 imim ui, mo un, v.
JOHN J. 8HOCKEY,
Sheriff Vinlan County, 0.
Arch. Mayo, Attorney for Pl'tt.
Jul) 11, 1807-6W-12 ,
PROPOSED AMENDMENT
TO TBE "
COSNS'TITUTION.
The State of Ohio,
Office of the Secretary of State.
1. William Hknst Smith, Secretary of
State of the State of Ohio, do hereby eertify
that the following Is. a true copy of the
joint resolution passed by the General As
sembly ol the state oi umo, on me oiu uay
of April, A.-D. 1867, taken from the original
rolls on file in this office.
In Testimony Whereof, I have here
unto subscribed my name and affix
L. S-l ed the great Seal of the Slate of
unio, at woiudus, vuo m unv oi
April, A. 1). 1867.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
Secretary of State,
A RESOLUTION
Relative to an Amendment of tbe Constitu
tion, providing for the extension of the
elective franchise:
Retolvtd by the General Aitembly of the
Slate if Ohio, (three-fifths of the members
elected to eaoh House agreeing thoreto,)
That it be and is hereby proposed to the
eleotors of this State to vote at tbe next annual
October election, upon the approval or rejec
tion of the .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 citizen of the United States, of
the age of twenty-one years, who shall have
been a resident of the State one year
next preoeeding the election, and of the
county, township, or ward in which
he resides, such time oj may be pro
vided by law, except such porsons as have
borne arms in support of any insurrection or
rebellion against the government of the Uni
ted States, or have fled from their plaoes of
residence to avoid being drafted into the mil
itary servicejthereof, or have deserted the
military or naval torvioe of said government
in time of war, and have not subsequently
been honorably disonargoa irom the some,
shall have tbe qualifications of an elector
and be entitled to vole at all elections.
ED. A. PARROTT, s
' Speaker of the House of Representative,
ANDREW G. MoBURNEY,
Preeidtnt of the Senate.
Passed April 6, 1867. : . . ; (6m
April , Asvi.
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