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(motility deBired, by the country dealers.
. Cincinnati, Ohio.
For sale by , ... " ,
6. W. SiBson, Druggist, MoArlhur, Ohio,
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Uamdsn,
R. S.WHoox, Hamden. -
Fever and Ague
x ... '. is
DiretlioM for iti Uje.
mAKE 3 snoonfula of the Pain Kiuer in
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... . , , ... 1- f. !
ened with molasses, as me cuuuug
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Tt a INE.ILLES Corel sort
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F you have a Cough or Cold;
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LET everybody use the Pain Killer for
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EVERY tailor should carry a bottle of Pain
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REMEMBER, the Fain Killer it for both
Internal and External.
The Pain Killer is sold by all the Drug
gists and Dealers in Family Medicfues.
J. N. HARRIS & CO, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Agents for the Western States.
For sale ty
6. W. Bisson, Drnggist, McArlhur,
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, liamden,
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-ra wnw veftBivintt from New York, Boston,
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. consisting in part of 1
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And Cheapest "Woolen Goods
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All kinds of
kept constantly on hand, and cheaper than ever.
Ready-Made Clothing, ; (
Piece Goods, !
Hats and Caps
As cheap as in the year 1859.
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TORCED to grow upon the smoothest face
l in from three to nve weens ny using w,
KEVlfJNE-S RESTAURATEUR CAPILLA-
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13 13L I H. T .
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July 18, 1807 -3m
Orson Bemnhilll Before B. W. Kelch. J. P.. ot Clin'
against V ton Township, Vinton county,
Jacob H. Priee. 1 Ohio.
N the 2d day of July, A. D. 1887, said Justice lssu-
j eaaneraerot atuenment in ins aoove aouon
lor the sum ot twenry-four dollars;
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1YJL tal importance to the married of both sexes, In
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Respectfully, JAMES S. BUTLER, '
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IN VINTON COUNTY,
TUE GREAT CIVIL WAR
From 1861 lo 1865.
Havinq been appointed Agent for the
"Youth'i HistoryVor Vinton County, Ohio,
I am now prepared to receive subscriptions
from those desiring thisjexoellenl.and popu-
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any township in Vinton county, will please
send for terms at once and socure territory
before it is too late.
Agents will be given very favorable terms.
An active Agent oan make from $4,to $6
The Uerman edition of the,Youth's nietory,
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 Oreat War through whieh we have
From aDemocratic standpoint.
Theninds of the.youth of our country are
being poisoned and miseducated by the false
and partial histories of the Abolitionists,
and it is of great importanoe for the welfare
of out country that the real Disunionists, as
they are now .'proving themselvesto be, shall
be properly portrayed. The 'great impor
tance of a sound juvenine literature has
long been ;feltnd .acknewledged, and as
this it thejfirit attempt to furnish it, the
Publishers of the the work Messrs. Van
Evrie, Horlon & Co,, New York -respectfully
solicit tht encouragement of tht pnbllo, and
the atsittance of the Democratic press. It
IS Justjsuch m book as ought to form a part
of the small library in every family in Vin
ton county; orit should be placed in the
hands of every child, for the purpose of
giving them a correct idea of the late war
and its causes.
It it neatly printed and bound, illustrated
with 15 engarvlngs, and contains 884 pages,
divided into 48 chapters. It contain! the
likeneiset of Qeneralt Lee, Stonewall Jack.
ton, Grant, MoClellan, Sherman, Johnston.
Jefferson Davit, Abraham Linooln, A. H.
Stephens, J. Wilket Booth, &.
l At tht Enquirer Printing OJJkt,)
AGENT for Vinton Coonly,
Slate of Ohio, Vinton County, ti.
Neff, Eagan & Slocomb, Plaintiffs,) In Court of Com
against 1 mon Pleas.
Samuel V. Dodge and Order of side.
1)URbl'ANT to the command of an order of sale In
the above-cause issued from the court of com
UthAftF. Fhi una. ueienaancs: i
mon l'leas ot Vinton county, uiin, mm iu
me directed as btierirt ol earn oouiuy, i wi;i oner ior
anient oulilic auction, at the door of the Court
House, iu the Town of McArthur, in the county of
TUESDAY, THE 23D DAY OF JULY, A.
at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, the follow
ing lands and tenements, to wit:
Twenty feet off of the West Side of In
Lot Number Sixty-Seven (No. 67,) in the
Town of MoArthur, County and State afore
said. Taken as the property of Samuel V. Dodge to sat
isfy an order mid ducree of said court iu favor ol
Neff, Engan & Slocomb.
Appraised at sixteen hundred dollars and must
bring' two-thirds of that sum.
Terms of sale cash in hand on the day of sale.
JOHN J. SHOCK EY,
Sherifl Vipton County, 0.
H. 0. Jones, Attorney lor Plaintiff.
June 18, 1807-10
Sale of Real Estate
BY ORDER OF
VINTON COUNTY PROBATE
Joel G.Hwetland, Administrator of
the Estate of Andrew J. Beyer,
George W. Beyer, and Asahol
Beyer, who have arrived at full
age, and Newton Beyer, J ames
Meyer, Eve Beyer, and Mary
Beyer, who "are minors, and
residenss of Vint on county, and
State of Ohio, and Charlotte
Beyer, who is' a minor, and
whose place of residence is un-
In Vinton coun
ty Probate Couat
Petition to sell
IN pursuance of an order and decree mado b, the
Probate Court of Vinton county, Ohio, on the Hi
day ofJune, A. D. 1887, 1 will offer for sale at public
Monday, the 5th day of August,
A. D. 1807,
at 1 o'clock P.M. of said day, on the premises,
in said county of Vinton, the following described
premises, situate in the county of Vinton and State
. ?i!10' I?-'.'! L.l..ir.. onrner of the
North-West Quarter of the North East Quarter of
Section Number Thirty-four fNo. 34,1 Range Number
Seventeen No. 17,1 Township Number Eleven No.
11,1 thence running West Twenty Reds; Ihenco Noith
m 'J n.Ju. ,Uan.A TTnat TurAHiv Rods: thence
South Twenty Rods, to the place of beginning, con-
laming Two acres nuu nj mmui .
Appraised at three hundred dollars, and must
bring two-thirds of that sum.
Terms of sale One-third cash in hand on the day
of sale; one-third in six months; and the residue in
twelve months from the day of sale deterred pay-
a ,n l,ao, intnrnat nnd ta be secured by mart-
gageupon the premises so d ..
Administrator of Estate of Andrew J. Beyer, deceaaed.
JUiy , 13UI-0W
State of Ohio, Vinton Connty.
Isaao ?hry. Guardian of John 1
Edward liuggins aim rmu
cis William Ituggins, Pl'fl,
r - U7itann wnlftw nf An-
In Court of Common
drew Huggins, deceased, h
Order of Sale.
William lluggins, josepn
Crow HuKsina, John Noble
lluggins, Nancy Jane Hug
gins, Mary Alice Hoggings,
and Maraarct Elizabeth
Huegins, riiiiiHius. j , , . .
TsURslIANT to the oommana oi n , ur v, m
U 'l. , .it-notari from thenoutt of
common Pleas of Vinton county, and to me directed
aeShenll oi said coumy, i '.""" " "fMi.
at the door of the Court U use, in the Town of McAr-
thur, in ine uuuuity ui . . -n
Monday, the 12th day of August, A. D.
.m.. ,',. f 1 nVloek P.M. 'of said day, the tol
lowing lands and tenements, to wii:
The B0Un-E.asi yuarter ui uu,.-,-u.
i.... n,l the Smith Half of the North-
East Quarter of the South-East Quarter of
Seotion Number rourieen, nnnge umur.
o-.iot,n and Tnwnsin Number Eleven,
situaied in the Ceunly of Vinton and State
of Ohio, and containing on'y acres.
' . t J . nil LnnnmhmnM,
inesarne m wum i- ----
rU,AH ui twelve hundred dollars and must
or ng iwo-nnru. vi mm oi"...
Terms oi ion i iiu " "
JOHN J. SIIOCKEY,
, bherifl Vinton U'ouuty, 0.
Arch. Mayo, Attorney for 1'1'tt.
Jul) 11, 1807-6W-12
The State of Ohio, 1
Office of the Secretary of State, t
1. William Henry Smith, Secretary of
State of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify
that the following is a true copy of the
ioint resolution passed by the Oeneral As
sembiy oi ine Diaie oi uuio, ou mc uiu uoy
of April, A. D. 1867, laken from the original
rolls on file in this office.
. . ... M . . , AL!. l f! . U J
In Testimony Whereof, I have here
unto subscribed my name and affix
L. S.1 td the great Seal of the State of
Ohio, at Colubus, the 6th day of
April, A. D. 1867.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH, "
Secretary of State, -
Relative to an Amendment of the Constitu
tion, providing for the extension of the
Resolved ly tht . General Assembly of the
Stat v Ohio, (three-hftbs of the members
elected to each House agreeing thereto,)
That tt Kb and la hereby nronosed to the
electors of this State to vote at the next annual
October elootion, upon tne approval or rejec
tion of the ; folio wing amendment as a sub
iituta for the first section of the fifth Arti
cle of the Constitution of this State, to-wit:
. ... a ii . tr.ii. j ni.i..
Every male citixenoi me unuea oiates, oi
the age of twenty-one years, who shall have
been a resident of the State one year
next proceeding the election, and of the
county, township, or ward in whioh
t,. o.Mon . aunh time as may , be vro-
videdby law, except such persons as have
borne arms in support ot any luourrcuuuu ur
rebellion against the government of the Uni
ted States, or have fled from their places of
residence to avoid being drafted into the mil
itary servicethereof, or have deserted the
military or naval rervice 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 eleotions. -ED.
Speaker of ihe House of Representative!.
ANDREW 0. MoBURNEY,
President of the Senate.
Passed April 6, 1867. (6m
April S, 1867.
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Twenty Melodic Exercises,
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