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led liv any shop in this section. .
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promptly done on very low terms.
Of ll kinds done to order on short notioo.
A ftiU supply of
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March 7, lst7-tt
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Tht Cheapest Magazine in tht Worldl
rilHIS popular and widely circulated mngaiine tins
I now reacnea an eumon uBiimuou m ua vuu
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great variety oi uuu, oiew;iii-o, pruioi ...u..
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1 90 a yoar j seven copies 9 00; thirteen orfc
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. W. JENNINGS DEMOREST,
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Deinorest's Monthly and Young Amerioa
together, $4, with the premium to each.
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Jj in from three to five weeks by UBing Dr.j
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an almost miraculous manner. It has been
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the most flattering euccess.- Names of all
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Address BERGER, SHUTTS & CO., ChemiBts,
vn. 285 River Street Troy, N. Y. Solo
Agents for the United States. (
$100 from $30. -CREAT
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if I actmi
meroseopes apa eterocopio views otall tha poi
interest intne World. Prize and Stationery Packets,
bilyor Hunting Case Watches. Also, fine collection
vi imperial vara riciures, toioreu Prints, lie.
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above goods that will sell for 10O. We oiler most
BAiraoraiuary inuueementsanaa chance for those
jrho wish to establish themselves ma good paying
business. Foroatulogues and lull particulars send to
HASKINS & CO.
June 13, 1807-8mJ ao Beekman st.,New York.
ItlcArlhur Steam Hills,
H AVIN0 been rofl ttod with New Cardc'aro now
.i, , yfl?,rorkiu8udv the P'0P"etors guuraiilce
that the work done by them will hot be
SURPASSED. B? ANY MACHINE
In the country !
WANTED, AGENTS 1 I
$250 PER MONTH tub Tkae Round,
oa 900 Pep Cent. Pkofit on Commission.
We guaranty the above salary or commiHsiontoac
live Industrious agents at their own homea, to UUro
dtice an article of indinpeusable imlity in every
household. Kor full particulars call on or, address
1. W.JACK8011& Co.,
1 llouth St., Baltimore, Md.
May 33,18G7-lm : , , , ' r 1 , '
MARRIED LIFE. Information and ndvico of.
tal importance to the married of both Hexes, in
a waled envelope, cun be obtaiuod fiee of charge by
addressing the undersigned. '
Respectfully, JAMES H. BUTLER,
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DON'T FAIL TO REArJTHISI
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cataSouue ol'Articlcs for Young and Old, Married
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T4 A. BHIMiKH, Pltcohrr Sli eel, w York Citv
THE REMEDY TO CURE AND PREVENT
THIS DISEASE 13 .
DR. S. O.RICUAltDSOHiS
SHERRY WINE BITTERS,
The Celebrated New England Remedy for
for Jaundice. Fever and Ague, General Dc
lility, and all Disease ariting' row
Disordered Stomach, Liver or Bowels. ,
They are used nnd recommended by leading phy
sicians of Ihe country, and all who try them pro
nikiinp. them invaluable. '
They are sold by medicine dealers ienerally. Price
VII louur per uuuie. n.ii. urtHm.v.,
Proprietors for the Southern and Webteru States.
r or Bale by
G. W. Sisson, Druggist, McArthur, Ohio;
R. S. Wilcox, Hamden, Ohio, and
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden, 0,
FOR TUB CCBE 0
AND ALL DISEASES THAT LEAD TO IT
Such as Couahs, Neglected Colds, Pain in
the Chest, and all diseases of the Lungs,
HSrClerizymen should use tho Balsam for
.... their Throats.
mma Ridsamis introduced lothe suffering public
ftller Hs w pu-i-i . v " au- ....j-...--
have neen'fully tested. Tho formula from which it is
prepared Is referred to by the leadinglmedioal jour
nnln as being equal to any prescription that can be
made up, for such diseases, by tho medical faculty,
ti. ufv,ni is. conscauontlv.recommonded by phy
sicians who haye become acquainted with its great
Ab an Expeotorant it hag do Equal
We copy the following interesting lewr iroiu ur.
Un.iMB tn thn Afififllehiirv. vt.. Kennsior. uov. ni. uo:
Mb. EDiTO:-lt n only to inbserve the interests of
humanity that I request a snort space in your valua
ble paper to inform tha publio wliat Alien's Lung
llalsani ts Hire io ao. iwo yen iigu i wna lumuneu
with a severeoold; it settled in my throat, which ao
attccted tho organs ol'speoch that I could not speak
aloud for nearly six weeks. I got through the winter
coughing nights almost incessantly, witii coiunigni
sweats, with Increased irritatoin, which extended in
to the Bronchial tubes and which kept nie coughing
all summer. 1 was at Shoreham on a professional
visit the past October, when tho "good Samaritan"
came along introduuing Allen's Lung Balsam into
oi FnrfLinrt. I urociiied a bottle and took it ac
cording to directions, and found immediate relief. I
have now MKen two Domes, wiucu n:ui euuruiy uuieu
me. Kor tho past two years, or during the time ot
my affliction,! wasin a stale of constipation, which
th vuisum has almost effectually rcimlated. No
f.imilvshnuld be without this vul uablo medicine. I
see uytne western pprr mut iuu uiiaitmuawi
Cincinnati (w hero the medicine is manufactured) are
introducing It into their practice, and I have no doubt
it will ioon become a classical remedial nzent for the
cure oall diseases of tho throat, Bronchial tubes, and
the lungs. KATH'L llAKlus, isi. v., uenusi,
Hiddlebury, Vt., Nov. 10, 1860.
Tho nrnnrietors ot this valuable Balsam lake plea.
ure in calling to It the attention of all medicine deal
ers, desiring that they procure a supply of it, and
vtu.mmomi it tn tiipir an titfu Dturons auu irieuus.
It will stand the test for merits, as has tho celebrated
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
),;, .Vim Wn introduaed to all parts of the iuhab-
ited world, and is everywhere appreciated and sought
alter. The Balsam is for sale by most of the leading
Drugsisw, and can arways ne nau irom lueni, in any
quantity dairel, by the country dealers.
J. IN. UAKlUa 4 CO., Sole Proprietors,
For sale by
G. V7. Sisson, Drucglst, MoArthur, Ohio,
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden,
R.S. Wilcox, Hamden.
Fever and Ague nnd cuius
Best Kemcdy to Cure
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER.
"Directions for it Use.
11AKE 3 spoonfuls of the Pain Killer in
about half a pint of hot water.well sweet
ened with molasses, as the attack is coming
on, bathinz freely the chest, bnok and bow
els, with the medioine at the same time.
Repeat the dose in twenty minutes, if the
first dose does not stop the chill. Should it
produoe vomiting, (and it probably will,) if
the stomach is very tout, tune a nine rain
Killer, in cold water, sweetened with sugar,
after each spasm. Perseverence in the above
treatment has cured many severe and obsti
nate cases of this disease.
TiAlNKILlER Cures Sore
A Favorite Medioine with all classes,
Is Davis' Pain Killer.
IF you have Painter's Cbolio,
Use the Pain Killer.
NO Medioine is as popular
( As the Pain Killer.
Pain Killer always at
IF you have a Cough or Cold,
Use the Pain Killer.
I" 00 K and not get caught without a bottle
I j of Pain Killer in the house.
T ET everybody use the Pain Killer for
JLi Sprains and Bruises.
EVERY sailor should carry a bottle of Pain
Killer with him.
REMEMBER,' the Pain Killer il for both
Internal and External
The Pain Killer is sold by all , the Drug
gists and Dealers in Family Medicines.
' J. N. HARRIS & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Agents for the Western States. '
For sale by
Q. W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArthur,
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden,
R, S, Wilcox, Hamden. - '
PURIFY nm SLOOB.
For the Cute of
Canker, Salt Rehum, Ercysipelas, Scrofulous
' Diseases, Cutaneous, and every kind of
disease arising from an impure ,
state of the Blood.
The most effective Blood Purifier of the Nine
teenth Century I
JSfThis Byrup, with the Cerate, we will
warrant to oure any hard ease of Old
Sores no matter how long standing,
IgjySold by Druggists Oenorally.Tjal
For rale by '
0. W, Sission, Druggist, MoArthur;
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Hamden, ' '
It. 8. Wilcox, Hamden.
July 18, 1867-3rn -
J. K. WILL,
S NOW receiving from New York, Boston,
and Philadelphia, a complete assortment oi
' V- consisting in pari of,
Ladies' Dres3 Gootls,
New Styles Delaines & Shallies
Large Stock of
Foreign Dress Goods
Very Low and of the Latest Styles
Amber, Jet end Crystal Drop
Trimmings and Buttons,
Parasols of all descriptions,
.' " "Shaker Hoods, .
And Cheapest'Woolen Goods
and Cassimeres since the war
His Stock of . , ,. f
Boots and Ladies Shoes
Is complete and can be sold 20 per cent, cheaper
lwn the cheapest.
All kiuds of "'
kept constantly on hand, and cheaper than ever,
,. Piece Goods, , . ; ,
' ' Hats and Caps
As cheap as in tho year 1830.
NAILS by the pound & keg,
For less than can be bought at any otnor iiouso in tu
tiSTRemember the place Doddridgt't New
Budding, one Door West of the Court House.
may o, i8U7-iy . , , '
Sold by ttae trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
" V .
200,000 furnished the U. S. Government.
New Pocket Revolver,
41-100 in. Cnlribre
Navy Size Calibre,
javy size calibre,
ai-iuu in launre,
(Rider'a pt. 31-100 in. Calibre,
(Elliot pt.) No. 22 A 22 Cartr'go,
Vest Pocket r istol, No. 22, 30, DJ and il Cartridge,
uun i ane, xso. a ana an
Breech Loading Rifle, (bears) No. azanit .18
Revolving RiUu, 36 and 44-Io(lin Calibre.
E. REMINGTON & SONS, 1
Jlion, New York,
FBIN C I P A L
A 0 E I
Win. Reed 4 Hon,
Jo. C. Grubb 4 Co.,
Poultney 4 Trimble,
Henry Folsom 4 Co.,
Johnson, Bpencer 4 Co,,
L. M.Rumsey Co.,
Alburt 10. Crane, . . i
March 21, 18ti7-ly
LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND
. W. Bradley's Celebrated Patent
(on DOUBLE smiNo)
THE WONDERFUL FLEXIBILITY and great
comfort and plkabciie to anv Ladv weariua the
Duplex Elliptic Bkirtwill be experienced Particularly
in all crowded Assemblies, Operas, carriages,' Rail
road Cars, Church Pews, Arm chairs, for Promenade
nnd House Dress, as the Skirt can be folded when
use to occupy a small place as easily and con.
venientlv o-i a Silk or Miulin Dress, an invaluable
uality in crinoline, not fouud iuiiy Singl Spring
A Lady having enjoyed tho pleasure, comfort and
srentconvemence of weanna the Diivlcx Elliptic Steel
Spring bkirt for n single day will never afterwards
wuiimiiy oispense wun meir use. J'or cimuren
Misses and Youim Ladies thev are superior to all
'i'hey will not bend or break like theSincle Bnrinir.
brtt will -prsserve their perfect and graceful shape
wneu tnree or lour or(iiiiiuy oturiH win nave Deen
thrown aside as useless. The Hoops are covered
with double and twisted thread, and the bottom rods
are not oily double springs, but twico (or double)
covered, preventing- them from wearing out when
uragging uown stoops, stairs, c.
Tho Duplex Elliptic is a creat favorite with all la'
dies and is universally recommended by the Fashion
Magazines as the STANDARD BKI14T OF THK
To enjoy the following eneatiraable advantages in
vnuuiiue, via: superior quality, rerieci majiuiac.
ture, Stylish Bhapeaud Finish, Flexibility, Durabili
uomtort and jsconomv, ennuire lor J. w. israd
ley's Duplex Elliptic, or Doubio Spring Skirt, and be
on cet the Genuine article.
xio. to guard asainst imposition be
partieiilur to NOTICE that akirts otiered as "DU'
nTlnR ihat ubirta nHA.ul ma .mil.
PLEX' have the red ink stamp, via: "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
centre, thus revealing the two (or double) springs
braided together therein, which is the Klexibihty ot
strength, and a combination not to be found in
other Skirt. .
FOR SALE in all Stores where FIRST CLASS skirts
sold, throughout the United States and elsowhere.
Manufaatured by the Sold Owners of the Patent,
WESTS, BRADLEY & CAREY, ; -87
Chambers and 79 4 81 HeadeSta.,N. Y!
May 18, 1807-31U
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Devoted to Literature. AericnltiirA; and r.
Intelligence, and comprising Reports of Battles, In
cidenu, and Anecdotes of the War, never before
General D. H. Hill, ( Late of the Southern
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march 14, 18C7.
DLl'IflYER, DAY & CO.,
EUREKA COTTIMG BOXES. .
Eubeka Cider Mills,
Victor Cane JJill,
- ', Stab Corh Shelleb,
' , , Horse Power Fobss,
BUNN'S ESQUIMAUX 'REFRIGERATOR, ' '.
Warner's Sulky Revolving Rake
' DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
.! , ' " Amalgam filllj, . ' .
DRAG AND CIECULAR SAWING
many other articles in the way of Implements,
Tools and machinery.
PURE SORGO AND IMPHEE SEED, selected
varieties. Bend for oirctilars. .
March 28, 1867-1 y '
o r .
w J. J-sx L ju xj I
IN VINTON COUNTY,
THK GREAT CIVIL XV A It
From 1861 to 1S65.
Having been appointed Agent for the
"Youth's HiBtory"kfor Vinton County, Ohio,
I.am now prepared tojeceivo subscriptions
from those desiring thlsexoellenand popu
lar work. Any person desiring to canvass
any township in Vinton oounty, will please
send for terms at once and secure territory
before it is too late.
Agents will be given very,favrable terms.
An active Agent can make from $4 to $C
per day. - -
The Uerman edition of the Youth's History,
which has been called for, is also now ready.
Tha work is designed to furnish the youth
of the country a candid and impartial Histo
ry of the Great War through wbleh we have
just passed, .
From aDcmocratic standpoint.
Thetmiuds of the youth of our country are
bolng poisoned and miseducated by the false
and partial histories of the Abolitionists,
and it is of great importance for the welfare
of our oounlry that the real Disunionlsts, as
they aro now proving themselves lo bo, shall
bs properly portrayed. The Jgreat impor
tance of a sound juvenine literature has
long been 4foltand, acknowledged, and as
thisjis thelflrst attempt to furnish it, the
Publishers of the the work Messrs. Van
Evrie, Uorlon & Co,, New fork -respectfully
soliolt the encouragement of the publio, and
ine assistance of the Democratio uross. It
is justjsuch a book as ought to forma part
of the small library i n ' every fumHy In Tin .
ton county; or it should . be plitceoVin the
hands of every child, for the
(siiuS lUDiu ourreoi mea oi me late, war
and its causes. !
It is neatly printed and bound, illustrated
with 15 engartings, and contains 884 pagea,
uivmeu into 40 cnaptera. It contains the
likenesses of Generals Lee, Stonewall Jack
son,, urant, Mct'leJIan, Sherman, Johnston,
Jefferson Davis, ; Abraham Lincoln," A; II,
Stephens, J. Wilkes Booth, &o.
(At tht Enquirer Printing Office,)
AGENT for Vinton C(mn7.
I . iLPirni. ,
I . TriT" ; i -i . .
A. Llllibridse, and John 1.11:1-
bridir. her husband, Richard duller, nn-
aia ShiulilH, and John Shiolds, her husbaim,- who
have arrived at fun sge, manon j'wiur, u.
Moore, Harriet A. Moore, who are minors and resi
dents of Vinton county, in the. State Ohio, James
Moore, minor.who resldcsin the State of Iowa, Nanny
M. Ellis, and Levi Ellis, her husband, a lio are of lull
age. Alma Culbertson, Melissa Culberlson, John P.
('.nitiarbmii. Iiuviil H. Culbertson. and Clmrlva Uul-
borlson, who are minors and reside in the Slate of
. .. ' .: .1.... iif;ll...... t..lr l.loun
inaiana, wiu.iane iiowt-o inni wiun.ni
istratorol the Estateof Oliver Fuller, deceased, did,
on the 21th day tf July, A. 1). 18U7, lllohis petition 111
the Probate Court, within and for the county of Vin
ton, and State of Ohio,- alleging that the peMoual en
iiiin ,r.i,l ,l..,.,li.nt m insiiUiiilent to imv h a debts
and the charges of administering his. estate; that lie
died soiled in le simple 01 uie luiiowing "
real estate situate in saidooni.ty,to-wit: "Coiiimeif
..In, ,.n l.nmlreil lllillH Hlllllh 111 tllS BOUtll-Ullst COf-
ner of In-Lot Number -ouo hundred and live 111 the
Town of MoArthur, In tho aforesaid county; thcni'O
wesitlireochains and tlnrly-llvo links to u stnke;
ii,Aiw..i aitti, iiht.i!i!utiM: tiienen east three chains
and thirty-five finks to a stone; tlianco north eight
chains to tho plnce of beginning, containing two
acres and sixty eight liundiuths of an acre more or
lesa; anil that Happy Fuller, as widow of said dece
dent, is entitled to dower in taid premises. 'I lie
rM.av..r,raaiil nntitinn Ih for lIA aHHIiniineilt Ot dOW'
er to said Happy Fuller, and lor an order of sale of
said premises, subject to such dower estate lor the
paymeut of the debts and charges aforesaid. Said
pctitiou will be lor hearing on the aitiuiay oim:uuiii
A. D. 1807, or us i-ooii thereallor aa lcatocnu bo ou
Administrator of Oliver Fuller, di ceiibcd.
July 24, lij(7-4w "
Sheriff's Sale." "
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Isaac ry, (juarduui of Johu
FJdward Hiigmut and Fwn-
jmb WHtKmr iragslmT 1"",
t.nrnina Wilson. "widow ol An
In Court of Common
drew Hliggina, deceased, f
William lluggins, JoM'pu
Crow Huggins, John Noble
Huggina, Nancy Juno llug
gins. Marv Alice Hi'ituing.
and Mai'unret Eliieabith I
lliw,m,,a. l)nfpn.lll,IH. I
lllKITANT , llmnmumnllil of all Ol'tler C
, ; '. ...I... ot. in
M n.ooi.nvo como tninB iliroclcd from ihecoiiitof
common Pleas of Vinton couiuy, and to mo directed)
asSheritl or said county, I vhi uner pui'iiu -w,
at the door of tho Court lie use, in the loa n ol .MoAr
thur, in the county of Vinton, ou
Monday, the 12th dav of Auguu, A.. D.
at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, tho lol
lowing lands and tenements, to-wii: ,
..n 1.'.-. f .... 9 tl,A li.Knaf
The b0U'.U-M9i yuariei w " wuuu-i.u.
Quarter, nnd the South Half of the North
East Quarter of the South-East Quarter of
Seniinn Number Fourteen. BaDge JNumbcr
Seventeen, and Townsip Number Eleven,
situaied in the County of Vinton and State
of Ohio, and containing 8ixty acres.
The same to be sold hue from all incumbrances.
Appraised at twelve hundred dollars and must
bring two-thirds of that sum.
'i'l'imaofsalo-casli in band on tho clay otsaio.
JOHN J. SHOCKEY,
Shcrifl Vinten County, O.
Arch. Mavo, Attorney for Pl'tf.
Jul II, 1S67-OW-12
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Christopher Winklcman, PlaintiiT, 1 In court of com.
William A Pearceand fOn an Order St
Baniuol V. Dodge, Defendants, j Decree.
T"IJRSITAN'L' to the command ol an order and de
-L crcein tho ahove cause tome directed from tho
court of common Pleas ol Vinton county, Ohio, and
to mo directed as SheriUof said county, I will otter
at public salo, at tho door of the couit house, in the
town of MoArthur, in the alore.said county or Vinton,
TUESDxVY, tho 3rd day of September,
A. D. I8(i7,
nt the boiir of 1 o'clock r. a. ot said day, the follow
ing lands and tenements one eipijil undivided half
ol the following described premises to-wit:
Commencing at the South-west corner of
that part of Out-Lot Number Twenty-five
(25.) in the Town of Wilkesville, lu said
oounty of Vinton, owned on tho 14th day of
May, A. D. 1850, by William C. Cline, aod
running South-east paralell with tho Street
in said Town Fifteen (15) Bods; and thenoe
South-east Eleven (11) Rods on a straight
angle with said Street; thecco Fifteen (15)
Hods South-west on a paralell with said
2nd Street; theuce North-west to the place
ofbeginuing containing one acre more or
less together with the Flouring and Saw
M. lis and all other appurlouauues ou said
Taken as the property of William A. Pcarco lo
satisfy a judgment and dinreeof the aloresiud ouurt
in favor ol Christopher Wiukli'inan.
Appraised at one thousand six hundred mid thirty
three dollars and thirty-three cnts and must bring
two-thirds of that sum.
Torniif of ealecaah in hand at the time nf sale.
JOHN .1. SHOCKEY,
Kliertf Viutun count), O.
D. b. Lana, Att'y for ITtt.
August 1, 1307-6W
T0TICE M hereby aiven that a petition will be
presented to the Commissioners of Vinton
c ountv, Ohio, at their next session to beheld on tho
fir st Monday in September, A. D. 1807, praying for tho
establishment of county road along the following de
scribed route, in said county, to-wit: Beginning at
the MoArthur and Nelsonville road, on Kllia Dolcn's
laud; thence in a north-westerly direction through
tho farms of Joseph I.illibriilpe, Justus King, and
iMizaueiu ween, to tne aicArinur ana L,ogan roau
fiaid route being in Brown Township, in vuid county.
August 1, 1807-tdm
PROPOSED AMEN DMENT
i TO THE
The Slate of Ohio, V
Office of the Secretary of State, t '
1, W,ji,liam Uenrt Smith, 8enrotaryj of
State of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify
that the following is a true Copy ; of the
joint resolution passed by' the General As
sembly of the State of Ohio, on the Cth day
of April, A. D. 18C7, taken from the original
rolls on file in this office. -
In Testimony Whereof, 1 have here
unto subscribed my name and affix
L. S. 1 . ed the great Seal of the Stale of
Ohio, at Colubus, the tith day of
i April, A. 1). 1867.
1 WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
. Secretary of State
: , A RESOLUTION ,
Belative to an Amendment of the Constitu
.lion, providing for the extension . of the
. eleotive franchise: .... .
Resolved by the General Assembly of the
Slate of Ohio, (tliree-tmhs of the members
I 1 . 1 IT - - .1 . x
eieciau . to enuu uuuoo agreeing nioroto,j
That it be and is hereby proposed to the
electors of this State to vote at the next annual
October election, upon the approval or rejec
tion of the following amendment as a sub'
stitute Sot the first seotiori of the fifth Arti
cle of the Constitution of this State, to-wit:
Every male ciV'fcn of -tho United States, of
the age or twenty-one years, wbo shall have
been a resident or tne state one ' year
next preceeuing tne election,, ana or tne
county, township, or ward in which
ne resides, such time as may be pro
vided by law, except such persons as have
borne arms in support of any insurrection or
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 service thereof, 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 elector
and be entitled to vole at all elections.
, i - ED. A. PARR0TT, ' ; ; 1
. Speaker of the House of Representatives.
- ANDREW G. MoBURNEY,
' 'President of tht Senate.
Passed April 6, 1867. , , - (fimi
April 1, 1887, 1
To "Whom itljay Concern.' 5 "
AT the quarterly session of the Commissioners of
Vinton county, Ohio, 14 ' June, 1S07, the follow
ing was passed i ....... .
RESOLVED, That any person hereafter having an
account to present to tie Commissioners for
allowance, shall file lis account with the Auditor at
least one day before the quarterly sesnion of said
Commissioners, itehrxo and swor t belbre a prop
er officer! The order passod at the March sesaiou,
18ii7, ou tliis nibject is hereby rescinded.
' Uy Order of tho Commissioners.
t , W. F. FELTON,
AuJitor Vinton County, O.
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VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Representative in Congress
Htnte Henator-J. BRADItUKY.
lvcpreaentativo A. J. BWA1M.
Common Plas Judge ,1. P. PLYLEY. A
Probate Jiidgo JOi-EPIl KALEH.
Auditor W.K. FELTOS.
Recorder JONATHAN BRINE.
Proscu ting Attorney A HCH1BALD MA YO,
Treasurer DAVID FOREMAN.
Clerk ol'Coiirta (iEOUKE LANTZ.
Uhcritl JOHN J. BHUCKKY.
Hurvoyor M. C PTEINHHOOK.
Coroner WILLIAM I). HIGOINB.
f WILiilAM CLARK,
Commissioner - THOMAS MAO EE,
Post Offices in Vinton County.
iVaipy nf Post Otticy Totrnsliip. Pot Master
Allunsville Richland J,Unoox :
Hope Furnaco B.-owo
Drtudaa tHinton S. Isaminger
Eaglo Mills Eagle Miles Radcliir
Elk Swan f. Reynolds
McArthnr Elk J. N. McLaughlin
New Plymouth Broivn :
Reed's Mills Clinton W Burteushaw
Swan Swan. Wm. Taylor
Vinton Station Elk Goorgo Fry ,
Zleski Madison J. G. Will
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
N and after January (I, 1867,
Trains will run as
NIGUT EXPRESS EAST
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2 60 A.M.
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7 4.1 "
with' Trains on the
8 18 tt
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Connections mado atllamden
Close connections made at Cincinnati with all
Western Trains; and at Parkcrsburg with the Balti
more and Ohio Hail Kaad. . .
I ORLAND SMITH."
1 Master of Transportation.
Chillicothe. O., Jan. ?4, 1807.
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