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FU M ITU EE!
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GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I
I. BORTOM",
HAVING purchased and completely renovated
the
FURNITURE SHOP,
, : ; IN McARTHUR,
r '
fnrmerlv eecnoied by E. P. BotflwelM woma re
spectfully announce to thepnhlie ,"' he intends w
keep "constantly on hand, complete asaortrfientof
CABINET FURNITURE,
suitable for thli mtrkct, at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
often up in a style of workmanship not to be excel
led by any shop in thiaseenon. j
All kinds of work" in his line will be neatly and
promptly done on very low term.
Of all kinds done to order on short notico.
UNDERTAKING.
A full supply of
COFFINS
kept constantly on hand; and
10 per cent, "will be deducted
on all orders for cash.down.
Marcb.7,1807-tl P. HORTON.
BAILOU'S MONTHL MAGAZINE.
Th Cheapett MSgazint in tht World!
THIS popular and widely circulated magasine has
now reached an edition unequalled iu this coun
try. Each number is brnamented by numerous fine
engravings, and is complete in Itself, embracing
great variety of tales, sketches, poems, and illustra
ted articles, written expressly for its columns. It
conceded by all to be the oiieapest and Des; niaga
sinein.me worm.
. TERMS.
ISO a year: seven copies 8 00; thirteen espies
law. single copies id cents, address
ELLIOTT, THOMES k TALBOT,
Boston, Mass.
DEMOREST S MONTHLY
MAGAZINE.
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Original Stories, Poems, Bketobes, Arehi
tecture, and Model Cottages, Household Mat
ters, Gens of Thought, Personal and Literary
Gossip (including speoial departments on
Fashions,) Instructions on Health, Gymnas
tic Equestrian Jbzercises, Bleating, Alusio,
Amusements, set.; all by the best, authors
and profusely and artistically illustrated
with costly engravings (full site useful and
reliable Patterns, Jbm broideries, Jewelry, and
a succession of artistic novelettes, with other
useful and entertains literature,
No person of refinement, economical house
wife, or lady of taste, can afford to do with
out the Model Monthly.
Single copies, 80 cents; hack numbers, as
specimens, 10 cents; either mailed free.
Yearly, 3, with a valuable premium; two
copies, $5 SO; three copies, $7 50; five copies,
$12, and splendid premiums for clubs at $3
each, with (he first premium to each sub
sciiber. Address
W. JENNINGS DEMOREST,
No. 473 Broadway, New York.
Demorest's Monthly and Young America
together, $4, with the premium to eaoh.
REMmGrTONi"
FIRE ARMS
Sold by tbe trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 urniihed the U. S. Government
Army Revolver,
Navy Revolver,
Belt Revolver,
Police Revolver,
New Pocket Revolver,
44-10(i fn. Calribre,
36-100 in. Calibre,
Navy Size Calibre,
navy size Calibre,
31-100 in Calibre.
rocnet uevoiver,
(Rider's pt. 81-100 in. Calibre,
Repeating Pistol, (Elliot pt.)No. 22 22Cartr'ge,
hi roeaei ristoi, no. ve, w, azana si uartridiie.
Breech Loading Rifle, (Beat's) No. 32 and 38
Hwolyirif Rifle, 36 and 44-luOin Calibre.
E. REMINGTON & 80N3,
Won, New Tori,
PRIKCIPA
Moore A Nichols,
Vim. Reed A Hon,
Jos. C. GrubbACo.,
Poultney A Trimble,
Henry Folsom A Co.,
Johnson, Spencer A Co,,
L. M.Rumsey A Co.,
Albert . Crane,
March 21, 18ti7-ly
AO
SIS.
New York
Boston
Philadelphia
Baltimore
New Orleans
Chicago
St. Louis
Ban Fransisco
I !
The
Carding Machines
IN THE
McArthnr Steam mills,
HAVING been refitted with New Cards, are now
ready fbr work; and the proprietors guarantee
that the work done by them will not be
SURPASSED BY ANY- MACHINE
, . In the country t
I May 25, 180T-3m
MARRIED LIFE. Information and advice ofl
tal importance to the married of both sexes, in
a sealed envelope, can be obtained free of charge by
addressing the undersigned,
t . "e'P'fully. JAMES 8. BUTLER,
July 18, HOT-3m 823 Broadway, N. Y.
DON'T FAIL TO RFin THIS I
CEND your address, with stamp, for sample and
and Binglto. All should have them. Address
t4 A. BRlDGES,IileecherBtre.Kew York City,
Julyloi lB67-3ra
To Consumptives.
The sdvertiser. having been restored to health In a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suf
fered for seversl years with a severe lung atfcction,and
that dread dieeaee Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of aura.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge,) with the direc
tions for preparing and using the same, whic they
will find a aura cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bron
chitis, Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Lung Af
fections. Tha only object ot the advertiser in send
ing the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and
spread imonnauon wn.cn ne eonoeives to oe lnraiu
able, and he homs every sufferer will try bis rem.
dr, aa it will cost them nothing, and may prove
Massing. Parties wishing the prescription, rax a, by
raturu dwi,wui pieoso aaaresa
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
MayI,188T-ly
fro
a
is
to
a
THE REMEDY TO CORE AND PREVENT
DR. 9. O. RICHARDSON'S .
SHERRY WINE BITTERS,
The Celebrated New England Kemeay lor
For Jaundice, Fever and Ague, Central Dt
bility, and all DUeate aruwg from a
DuereW Stomach, Liver or Bowelt.
They w and recommended by leading phy
.;.T,,Mh country, and all ho try them pro
nonnce them invaiiiame. ,
They are sold by medicine ""K'i'.'JVo" :
One Do ar per Dome. "f"r" r r,hin
r Cincinnati. Ohio,
Proprietors for the Southern and Western States
For sale by -
G. W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArthor, Ohio ;
R. S. Wiloox, Hamden, Ohio, and
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden, 0
ALLEffS
LVH O , DAISAM,
roa thi ours or ' '-
n : - Ti.ni,kl4lQ
LOniUmUUVHi hiuhhuiis.
AND ALL DISEASES. THAT LE D TO IT
N.i..d OoUa. ram in
tbs Chest, and all diseases or tue uings..
Clergymen should use the Balsam for
, tneiT xnroais
ttn!iwttiiiAi lnfl,A .nWavlna IMlblir
TH 3 rJRI'D ,ii,iv..v. .w ...v ..-.....r, i
... maritKfnr nnHltivnmirA nf Rimh flisene7
have been fully tested. The formula from which it i
Drenared Is referred to by the leadintfmed.cal our
nla as being equal to any prescription that can br
made uo. for such diseases, by the medical faculty.
sicianswho ha'ye become aaquainted with its great
success.
As an Expectorant it Us no Equal
We copy the following interesting letter from Dr.
uV."rL"... i, nl n .nWrA the interestsol
jna. r.wnuni r " "
tiumanltv tnat 1 req'icst nii"r , im:oiu ?uui
We pape?!" inform the publio what Allen's Lun?
. ..nMtnn Twn vpjirs moo T was attackea
with a severe cold; it settled in my throat, which so
, ..r.-.h thai T nnnlii n..t lfsk
anecieu uw uikub ...... . - r
aloud for nearly six weeks. I got through the winter
coueningnigiuaiinv,"i.iYco...v, :
sweats with increased irritatoin, which extended in
to the Bronchial lubes and which kept me coughing
all summer. I was at Shoretiam on a professiona
rv-tohor. when the "irood Samaritan
csmealonn introducing Allen's Lung Balsam into
New England. I procured a bottle and took it ac
cording to dlrect;ons, and found immediate relief. I
have now taken two bottles, which has entirely cured
me. For the past two years, or during the time or
. . f i .1.1. nf nnn.linnhnn. whlf'll
my amiciioa, i wu . - -
the Bnlsam has almost effectually regulated. to
. ..mil.. K.a vnl ,i..Klo niorlipin,'. 1
iamt ysnouiu db iu .....--.-
see by the Weelein papers that the physicians oi
Cincinnati (where the medicine is manufactured) are
introducing it into their practice, and I have no doubt
cure or all diseases oune iiinmiiuiumu". "---
..... . j.. i iL..i Unniuihiiii tiiruia nnn
tbe lungs. hkiu i nAtvnia, m. v.,
b jliddlebury, Vt., Nov. 16, 1808.
The proprietors o this valuable Bal'am take plea
ure in uauing w , n.w ...v... . -
ers, desiring that they procure a supply of it, and
' n, .A nrH;,t.H nalrnii. find friends.
It will stand the test for merits, as has the celebrated
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
i 1 i i i.J..n.J 4 a .11 nnila nf triA tnhnK-
WnlCn DH8 UKVU lUHiAiitwcu w j.-- -
ited world, and is gvpry where appreciated and sought
alter. The Balsam is for sale by most of the leading
JJlUgl' IWlf, HUU UWl aiTinja '
quantity desired, by the country dealers,
J. K. A CO., Sole Proprietors,
sua I h
O. W. BiswjD, DraggUt, . .MnArtWr OMoJ
Dr. J. A. Monaban, Urogglst, iaamaen,
R. S. Wiloox, UaaiJen.
Fever and A&ae
and Chilis
Best Remedy to Cure
IS ...
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER.
DirecfioBS for ill Vte.
mAKE 3 sDoonfuls of the Pain Killer in
J. about half a pint of hot water.well sweet
ened with molasses, as tbe attaok is coming
on, bathing freely the chest, back ana Dow
ns, with the medicine at me same time.
Repeat the dose in twenty minutes, if the
first dose does not stop the chill. Should it
produce vomiting, (and it probably will.) if
the stomaoh is very foul, take a little Pain
Killer, in eold water, sweetened with sugar,
after each spasm. Perseverence in the above
treatment has cured many severe ana oosu-
nate cases of this disease.
PA IN KILLER Cures Bore
Throat-
A Favorite Medicine with all classes,
la Davis' Pain Killer.
IF you Lave Painter's Cholie,
Use the Pain Killer.
0 Medicine is as popular
As the rain Killer.
KEEP the Pain Killer always at
hand,
I
F you have a Cough or Cold,
tse tne rain juuer.
LOOK and not get caught without a bottle
of Pain Killer in the bouse.
LET everybody use the Pain Killer for
Sprains and Bruises.
EVERY sailor should carry a bottle of Pain
Killer with him.
REMEMBER, tha Pain Killer is for both
Internal and External.
The Pain Killer is eold hr all the Drug-
cists and Dealers In Family Medicines.
J. N. oAnnis at yu,, viuuiuuavi, vmu,
Agents for ths Western States.
For sale by
G. W. Sisson, Druggist, Mc Arthur,
Dr. J. A. Monahan, DruggiBt, Hamden,
R,S, Wilcox, Hamden.
PURIFY YOUn BLOOD.
; DR. WEAVER'S
CANKER SALT EHEUM
For lk Curl ot ,
Canker, Salt Rehum, Ereysipelas, Scrofulous
' Diseases, Cutaneous, and every kind or
disease arising from an impure
state of the Blood.
The most effeotive Blood Purifier of the Nine
teenth Century I
6cfThli Syrup, with the Cerate, we will
warrant to cure any hard ease of Uld
Sores no matter bow long standing,
KS"Sold by Druggists Generally.-!
For sale by
O. YY, Sission, Druggist, MoArthur ;
Vt. 3. A. Monahan, Hamden,
B. S. Wilcox, Oarndtn. .
July 18, 1867-8r
An Old Song Set to a New Tune,
At taring approachtt .
inlt and Roxchet
Front their holet com cwf,
And Met and Rait
In tpitt of catt,
Gaily thip about.
18 year established in N. T City."
"Only infallible remedies known.
. Free from poisons." ' A
"Not dangerous lo the human family.
1 "Rats come out ol their holes to die.
"CostarV Rat, Roach, &o., Exterm'a
Is a paste used lor Rats, mice, Roaches,
Black and Red ants, Ac, Ac,
"Costar's" Bed-Bug Exterminator
Is a liquid or wash used to destroy, and
.1.. .a . nrAventive for Bed Bucs, Ac.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for Insects
Is for moths, mlsquitoes, Fleas, Bed-dugs,
Insects on Hants, Fowls, Anirsais, Ac. '
WW I I I PI"" ' I "II n ....... . "
iMSee that "Cottar's" name is on eaoh box, bot
tle, sna riasit, oeiore yuu uuy ...
Address J1ENRY R. COS TAR,
49A Ttrnadwav New fork.
aSnl.l In MoArthur. bv J. S. Stron
jid all aruggists anu aeaiers everywunrn
"COSTAR'S5'.
CELEBRATED .
!
For Cuts,' Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Boils,
Cancers, Broken Ureasts, Bore nippies, u tee
ding, Blind and Painful Piles; Scrofulous
Putrid and Ill-conditioned Sores; Uloerp
Swellings, Erupiions, Cutaneous Affections,
Rineworm. lion, Corns, Bunions, Chilblains,
&c; Chapped Hands, Lips, &o.j Bites
Spiders, inseots, Animals, so. : . :
B-Boxes .25. cts., 50 cts., and $1 sizes
tfSrSold bv all druesrisM everywhere. '
tAnd by Hikbt K. Costab, Depot 484
Broadway, New York,
fcg-And by J. S. Strong, MoArthur, O.
...aOSTAIS-,
UNIVERSAL
CORN SOLVENT,
For Corns. Bunions, Warts, Ao,
OVBoxes 26 cts., 60 cts., and f 1 sizes.
Bfaybold by all Piuecists everywhere.
paTAnd by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York.
8&And by J. S. Strong MoArthur, O.
; COSTAR'S ;
PREPARATION Of
BITTER SWEET
AKD
ORANGE BLOSSOMS,
FOR BEAUrirflNd THI COMPLEXION.
Used to soften and beautify the skin, remove freck
les, Pimples, Eruptions, Ac.
laaies are now using it in preierence to au oiners.
tfaJBottles $1. ..
JSold by all iruggtsts everywhere.
Cfcs-And by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
BroaU way, New York, . ,
And by J. B. Btrong, MoArthur, U.
COSTAB'S
PECTORAL . . ,
COUGH REMEDY,
For Coughf, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influeosa, Asthma,
Consumption Bronchial Affections and all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs. .
ISTBottles 25 cts, SO ets, and (1 sixes.
JaTSold by all druggists evey where.
teTAod by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway., New York.
And by J. 8. Strong, MoArthur, O. '
, CO STAR'S
CELEBRATED
0 I SHOP PILLS,
" UNIVERSAL DINNER PILL. :
' ' ! I '
For nervous and sick Headache, eosliveness, Indl.
action, dyspepsia, biliousness, constipation, diar.
rhea, colics, chills, fevers, and general derangement
Ol me i"geiY urgana. -
arBoxes 26 ets, 60cU,ll sites.
. gSjytiold by all druggists everywhere.
, And by Henry B. Costar, Depot 484 Broad,
way. New York; , , .,-m
And by J. 8 Strong, MoArthur, 0.
Augast 1, ISST-Sn
-
2,
of
'
-W -A-3ST T 3 ID 1
3,000 SUBSCRIBERS
, IN VINTON COUNTY,
A
IK
0 t
TIIE GREAT CIVIL WAR
II TUB
XJriltocSL Otevte,
. From 1861 to 1S65.
Havino been appointed Agent for the
"Youth's History"fcfor Vinton County, Ohio,
I am now prepared to receive subsoriptions
from those desiring fhis excellent and popu
lar work. Any person desiring to canvass
any township in Vinton county, will please
send for terms at once and secure territory
before it is too late, '
- Agents will be given very faverable terms.
An active Agent can make from $4, to $6
per day. ' '
The German edition of the Youth's History,
whioh has been called for, is also now ready.
The work is designed to furnish the youth
of the country a candid and impartial Histo
r '
ry of the Great War through whieh we have
just passed,
From a Democratic standpoint.
The minds 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 importance for the welfare
of our country that the real Disunionlsts, 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, tbe
Publishers of the . the work Messrs. Van
! '. " '
Evrle, Horton & Co,, New York -respectfully
eolioit the encouragement of the publio, and
the assistance of the Democratic press. It
is just such a book as ought to forma part
of the small library in every family in Yin
ton county ; or it should be placed in the
bands of every child, for the purpose of
giving them a correct idea of the late war
and its causes.
It is neatly printed and bound, illustrated
with 15engarvings, and contains 884 pages,
divided, into 48 chapters. It contains the
likenesses of Generals Lee, Stonewall Jack
on, Grant, MoClellan, Sherman, Johnston,
Jefferson Davis, Abraham Lincoln, A. H.
Stephens, J. Wilkes Booth, &o.
i ' . .
, Prioo Ol.EQ.
J.W.BOWBN,
At tht Enquirer Printing Office,)
AGENT for Vinton County.
BLYMYER, DAY & CO.,
. : MANSFIELD, OHIO
WANVraCTUBI .
COOK'S EVAPORATOR,
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
Eubeka Cider Millb, . ,
Victor Cane mill,
Siar Corn Shelleb,
Pobbb Power Forks,
v BUNN'S ESQUIMAUX REFRIGERATOR, ,
Warner's Sulky Revolving Rake
, DODBLB SHOVEL PLOW8,
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
Amalgam Belli,
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
.; MACHINES,
And many other articles in the way of Implements,
Tools ana machinery.
PUKE BORUO AND IMPHEE 8EED, selected
varieties. Send for circulars.
March 28, 1861 ly
THE LAND WE LOVE. -
, . , . . A MONTHLY, - ; r -ry T .
Devoted to Literature, Agriculture, and General
Intelligence, and comprising Reports of Matties, In
cidents, and Anecdotes of lb.' - War, never beore
published. By i : - " .
Qxsixal D. II. Hat, (Late of the Southern
- , J ,, iArmy.) , . , . v.
Proprietors,
J. IawinAD. H. Hu
Thus. Three Dollars a year, if paid in advance,
or Five Dollars, if not paid till the end of the year..
J. P. IRWIN AD. H.HILL,
Charlotte, North Carolina.
march 14, 1887.
Legal.
NOTlCE.-Julie A. Lillibridge, and John LI1M
br Richard Fuller, Zelm-ShWdV
idge, ber husband,
and John Shields, her hnsW .who
huvA arriTed ftt lull hk Dl l ,uu M' , .
M "re, Harriet A. Moogri who are rninor. an d re..
dentaol Vinton county, In the State Ohio, James
re, m inor who resides in the State of Iowa, Nancy
M Ellis, and Leyi Ellis, her husband, who are of full
Culbertson, yavm a. vU.u, .-;----. . ,
an?orheEs,eo( Oliver Fuller. dMjtdd.
rhVpaeCoyUrV.wJih;nA;ndfo
toS. and btate of Ohio, alleging that the personal ea-
tale ol said ueceuenv is iurau rf . - h
wins described
dieaseitea m ."H " .1 Lnnmninn-
real estate Biiuaie m " ' .." '
"ng one hundred link, south ot the south-ea t cor-
ner of ln-Lot norauet out, mii,- "
. .. i. .cm., r rnuntv: thence
westthreeefcaina and thirty-five links to a stak .e,
the.n??.u'h.!1fi5..n.m.8i. ''.nne'nnrtheht
i .:i..r.:kt V.tinfiralhB nf Bil flftrfl IDOre Or
acres pna J, iH Ac-
less; ana nR- tiayyi . rr...
dent, is enftled to dower in sd pre The
prayer or saia peiiuou ---
er to said Happy Fuller, and lor an order of sale of
ci w..i,u , rj . , ar etae for the
saia premises, miujouv ouw" . . .
paynlentof. he deits.nd charges fore. d. Sad
A. D. 1807. or aa soon thereafter as leave can be ob.
tamed. oir
WlliLlAiu lUAnn.,
' Administrator of Oliver Fuller, deceased.
July 24, 1867 -4w
Road Notice.
ATnmro t,.rj.h tlint a netitinn will
JN ed totheCominUsionersofVintoncounty.Ohlo,
,,..!. in ha hiild on the first Monday
of September, A. D. 18U7, praying for the vacation of
aoounty road leading irom a point ai ur
end of the Bridge in bwnn Township, m said county,
nua etna almain onmmn nlv known at Honey ork
u.iin nreelt.andterminatina on the lands of!
John Chidister, Ksq., in said wau Township, rhero
said Road intersects a Koad known as the Khuler
Road, and whieh said Road hereby songnt to tm ya
u.d .BtahiiuhP.l l.v the Commissioners of snid
Vinton county, at their March session in tho year
185J, by the name of the Fool Koau, for tne reason
that the same has bjcome useless to tue puuuu.
Augusts, 1867-tds
Public Notice.
ALL persons are hereby notified that tltey will he
prosecuted according to law if found trespassing
j ,g upon my premises, one mile west of Zaleaki and
adioinmg tne luuesai .suu , ,',;,,;;""
Augusts, 18t7.
EGUKHT BOWEN.
Sheriff's Sale.
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Christopher Wihkleman, PlHintiiT, In court of com.
against Ple;
William A Pearce and I On an Order &
Banmel V. Dodge, Defendants. J Decree.
-T-ktTuaiu inTUonmrniinil of an order and de-
t oree in the ahove cause to me directed from the
court of oommon Pleas ol Vinton county, Ohio, and
to me directed as sheriB of said countyi I will otter
at publio sale, at the door or tne couti nuuiw, m
town of McArlhur, in the aforesaid county of Vmton,
TUESDAY, the 3rd day of September,
A. V. Iti7,
.1 Ik. V 1 n'xlnnlr W. of Bllid ll.1V. tllf folN'W
ing lands and tenements one equal iicmvium, hum
ol the following described premises 1-wit:
Commenoine at the Bouth.wM cirnfol.
that part of Out-Lot Number 'I'wcL.iy-tWe
(25.) in the Town of Wilkesville, iu sai l
countv of Vinton, owned on tha 14ili day uf
May,rA. D. 1859, by William f ('line, i.nd
running South-east paralell with the titi'oei
in srtid Town Fifteen (15) Rods; aod tliencv
C..,l. TiM.ifan 11 Rnrltf Ail a Hlrht rhl
angle with said Street; thence FiHeen (lo)j
UUUD guuilt.nvei vu yw.v -
U.J nn . na,ID I VO 1:11 K 1 ri
2nd Street; theuoe North-west to tho place
of beginning containing one uo: more or
lees together with the Flouring and Smv
M lis and all other appurtenances on said
land.- ,
I'olrAn the nrnriert of William A. r,'iirne to.
atisfy u judgment and dsnree of tha iiluitwaid coun
m invnr ,,i Chri.tonhcr Winkleman.
Appraised at one thousand six hundred and thirty
three dollars and thirty-three cunts iiiid must briujj
two-thirds of that sum.
Terms of sale--cuu in hand ntthe time r.rpale.
JOHN J. ttllOUKEY,
sher tl Vmtoii count), O,
P. b. tana, Att'y for Pl'fl.
13B7-&W
Road Notice.
VTOT1CE is hereby given that a petition will be
presented to the Commissioners of Vinton
county, Ohio, at their next session to beheld on the
first Monday inSeptember, A. D. 18i7, praying lor the
establishment of county road along the following de
scribed route, in said county, to-wit: Beginning at
the McArlhur and Nelsonville rond, on Ellis liolen's
land; thence in a north-westerly direction through
the farms of Joseph Lillibridge, Justus King, and
Elisabeth Weed, tothe MoArthur and Logan road
said route being iu brown Township, in tuidcounty.
MANY minus EltS.
August 1,1807-tdm
PROPOSED AMEN DMENT
TO THE
CONSTITUTION.
The Stale of Ohio, "l
Office of the Secretary of Slate, t
1. William Henbt Smith, Secretary
State of tbe State of Ohio, do hereby certify
that the follbwing is a true copy of the
joint resolution passed bv the General As
sembly of the State of Ohio, on the 6th day
of April, A. D. 1867, taken from the original
rolls on file in this othce.
In Testimony Whereof, 1 have here
unto subscribed my name and amx-
L. 8.
ed the great Seal of the State - of
Ohio, at Colubus, the 6th day of
April, A. 1). 1867.
.WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
Seoretary of State,
A RESOLUTION
Relative to an Amendment of the Constltu
tion, providing for the extension of the
elective franobise: .'-
Retolved by tht General Atttmbly of the
State of Ohio, (three-fifths of the members
elected to eaoh House agreeing thereto,)
That It tie and Is hereby - proposed ; to the
electors of this State to vote at the next annual
October eleotion, upon the approval or rejec
tion of the following amendment as a sub
stitute for tbe first teolion of the fifth Arti
ele 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 preceeding the - eleotion, : and of the
oounty, township, or ward in .whioh
be resides, such, time as may , oe 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 dratted into the mil.
itary service thereof, or have deserted the
military or naval rervice of said government
ia timj 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 elections. : .
ED. A. PARR0TT, ;
Speaker of the ffouie of RepretenUttivct, ,
ANDREW O. McliURNEY, ' . '
., ' Preiident of tht Senate."
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VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORt.
" nm-AUP HI I I V H ,11 UUIIKI
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U.,rHvntnt.ve A. J- w si;.
Coininon I'l.as Ju.lge-.I. P. PLYLEY.
I'rubuteJndite JtSEPH KALtR.
Auditor-W. i-'. FELTON.
uecoider Jonathan brini!.
l'ioh:uiiiig Attorney ARCHIBALD MAYO,
j uierk 0f Conns GEOUfJE LANTZ.
rrensiiier jii if rjivi-'jiv .
ihnil JOHN J. fcSHOUKEY.
iurvnvor . C BTEIN BROOK.
Coroner- WILLI AM D. HIGGINS.
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Uoiiiinisjloiier-1 THOMAS MAOBB,
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Post omccs Iu 1 In too County-
Nameof Post Office. Township. Post Master
Aliensville
Hope Furnace
Dunda9 .
Eagle Mills
AIcArthur
New Plymouth
Heed's Mills
Swan
Vinton Station
Wilkesville
Z&leski
Agatha
Richland J. Wilcox
Brown 3. D. Egleston
Clinton 3. Isnminper
Eagle Miles Radclitf
Swan I. Reynolds
Elk N. MoLauglilia
llrown H. 0. HarJen
Clinton VV Burtehshaw
Swn Wm. Taylor
Elk George Fry
Wilkes
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Richland
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ON
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MAI LEAST
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10 17 " 1 to "
138 P.M. 10 40 "J
317 " 12 18 A.M.
3 63 " 12 t "
4 66 " 2 00 "
717 ' 4 3
7 30 " 4 60 "
Depart Cincinnati
" Lovclanit
" Cliilliooihe
i' Hamden
Z ilcski
' Athens
Arrive Marietta
Belpre
MAIL WEST
NIGHT EXrlteHO mtsi
Denart Belnre 8 00 a.m.
9 00P.B
Athens 8 37 "
' Zaleski " 9 40
Hamden 10 15
Cliillicnthe 11 68 p.m.
" Lovelnnd 3 13 "
Arrive Cincinnati 4 35 "
11 60 '
12 68 ,
1 82 '
2 68 A.M.
A 28
7 46
Connections made at Hamden
with Trains on the
Portsmouth Branch.
ninaA nnnni'tinn. made at Cincinnati With all
Western Trains; qnl at iarkersburgwith the Balti
more and ont Bail Roau,
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. Master of Transportation.
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