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FURNITURE I
""Z. . A T
GREATLY REDUCID PRICES I
I. HOB.TON,
HAVING purchased end completely renovated
the , -
FURNITURE SHOP,
IN MoARTHUR,
formerly oeeupitd by E. P.Bothwell,) would re-
(Lumikiin that he intends to
f pecifiiliv .ii.uim,.' " - .
keep constantly on hand, a complete assortmntor
CABINET FURNITURE,
suitable for this market, at
GREATLY REDUCED TRICES,
gotten rtp in a style of workmanship not to be excel
led by any shop in this section.
All kinds of work in his line wilt be neatly and
promptly done on very low terms.
Of all kinds done lo order on short notieo.
UNDERTAKING.
A full supply of
QOFFINS
keptconstantly on hand; and
10 per cent, will be deducted
on all orders for cash;down
P. HORTON.
juarcn f, 1001-11
BALLOU S MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
The Cheapeit Magazine in the World!
rtlHIS popular and widely circulated msgasine hss
l now reached an edition unequalled in this coun
try. Each number is brnamented by numerous fine
engravings, and is complete .in itself, embracing a
great variety of tales, sketches, poems, and illustra
ted articles, written expressly for its columns. It is
conceded by all to be the cheapest and best Maga:
sine in, the world.
TERMS.
1 SO a year ; seven copies 0 00; thirteen copies
IS 00. single copies 15 cents. Address
ELLIOTT, THOME3 TALBOT,
Boston, Mass.
DEMORESTS MONTHLY
MAGAZINE.
UNIVERSLLY acknowledged the Model
Parlor Magaune of America, devoted to
Original Stories, Poems, 8ketob.es, Archi
tecture, and Model Cottages, Household Mat
ters, Gems of Thought, Personal and Literary
Gossip (Including special departments on
Fashions,) Instructions on Health, Gymnas
tio Equestrian Exercises, Skating, Music,
Amusements, cot.; all by the best authors,
and profusely and artistically illustrated
With costly engravings (full site, useful and
reliable Patterns,-Embroitleries, Jewelry, and
a succession of artlstio novelettes, with other
useful and enterlaing literature.
Mo 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 50; three copies, $7 50; five copies,
$1 2, and splendid premiums for olubs at $3
caoh, with the first premium to each sub
scriber. Address
W. JENNINGS DEM0REST,-
No. 473 Broadway, New York.
Demorest'g Monthly and Young America
together, $4, with the premium to each.
REMINaTON'S
FIRE ARMS
Sold bj IJie trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 furnuhed the V. S. Government.
Army Revolver,
Navy Revolver,
Belt Revolver,.
Police Revolver,
New Pocket Revolver,
44-lOMn. Calribre,
86-100 in. Calibre,
' Navy Site Calibre,
Navy Slie Calibre,
81-100 in Calibre,
fRider's nt.Sl-100 in. Calibre.
Pocket Kevolver,
Rerwatinir Pistol. f Elliot nt.l No. 22 A 22 Cartr'ge.
Vest Pocket Pistol, No. 22, 30, 32 and 41 Cartridge,
nun cane, no. na as
Breech Loading Ride, (Beat's) No. 32 and 38 "
Revolving Kifie, , ... So and 44-luoin Calibre.
. REMINGTON & SONS,
Hum, New York. .
rilHOIFAt AQKXII.
Moore A Nichols, .
Win. Reed A Hod,
Jos. C. GrubbA Co..
Poultney Trimble,
Henry Folsoni 4 Co.,
Johnson, Spencer ft Co
L. M.Rumsey Co.,
Albert E. Crane,
March 21, 1867-ly
New Tork
Boston
Philadelphia
Baltimore
Dew Orleans
Chicago
St. Louis
San Fransisco
WOOL CARDING !
The
Carding Machines
IN THE
IVIc Arthur Steam mills,
HAVING been refitted with New Cards, are now
ready for work; and the proprietors guarantee
that the wurk done by them will not be
SURPASSED ?Y ANY MACHINE
In the country t
May 23, 1807-3m
MARRIED LIFE. Information and advice oM
tal importance to. the marrjad of both sexes, in
a sealed envelope, can be obtaiued free of charge by
addressing the undersigned.
Respectfully, JAMES 8. BUTLER,
July 18, l67-3m 823 Broadway, N. Y.
DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS I
SEND your address, with stamp, for sample and
catalogue ol Articles for Young and Old, Married
and Bingle. All shonld hava them. Address
TA.BRIDGE3,Bleei-heri3treet,New YorkCity,
Jul Jl8, 1867.3m .
To Consumptives.
The advertiser, having been restored to health in a
few weeks bv a very simple remedy, after baring suf
fereAfor severs! years with a severe lung aeecuon.and
that dread disease Consumption is anxious to make
known to his felloW-sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, be will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge,) with the direc
tions for preparing and using the same, which they
rill find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bron
chitis, Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Long Af
fections. The only object of the advertiser in send
ing the Prescription is to benefit the atllioted, and
spread information whioohe conceives to be invalu.
aols.aqd he hopes every sufferer will try his rem
dv, as It wilt cost them nothing, and may prove a
blessing. Parties wishing the prescription, rait, by
return mail, will please address
f ' "ev. EDWABD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
Cm"""
.
FliVEU AND AGUE !
THE REMEDY TO CURE AND PREVENT
Tina viBE&ai, to
DR. S. O. RICHARDSON'S
SHERRY WINE BITTERS,
The Celebrated New England Remedy for
For Jaundice, Fever and Ague, General De
bility, and all Diuatn ariting front
Ditordtrti Stomach, Liver or BovstU.
They are need and recommended by leading phy
sicians of the counlry, and all who try them pro
nonnce them invaluable. : :
Thev am sold bv medicine dealers generally. Prici
One Dollar per bottle. J. N. HAKKI ACO.,
Proprietors for the Southern and Western States,
for sale by
6. W.Sisson, Druggist, Mo Arthur, Ohio;
K. S. Wilcox, Ilamden, Ohio, and
Dr. J. A. Slonahan, Druggist, Hamden, 0.
ALLEN'S .
I. UN O BA LS AM ,
, tOU Till CVRK or 1
Consumption, Bronchitis,
AND ALL DISEASES THAT LE D TO
Such as Coughs, Neglected Colds, Pain in
: the Chest, and all diseases or tne .bungs.
Clergymen should use the Balsam for
tneir xnroais. - . ... '
THIS Ralsem is Introduced to the suffering public
alter its merits for positive cure of such diseases
hern fully tested. Theformtila from which it i
oreoared Is referred to by the leadinglraedical jour
nals as rwmgequal to any prescription tht n brl
made up, tor such n ic...
ti, HulaamiS, conseiuently. recommended by pny
llie uaisaiiiv, i :,. j ith itM 0raat
sicians wuo it ui"w a
suocess. ' . . '
As an Expeotorsnt it big po EqaaJ
We copy the following Interesting letter from Dr.
Harris to the Middlobury. Vt., Register, Nov. 20, '66
Ma EniToa:-It IS only to subserve the interests ol
humanity that I request a short space in yMrjralna-
b e paper to imorm me ijuuuu
. . r ' . - JH H'.n ..... Ifln T urns Attnckeo
riaisam is sure w . "".""" " B.r . C" v. .
with a severe cold; it settled in my throat, which so
arlected the organs of speech that I could not speak
. . . l .,AU1rei T ant. fritVilloh fit A Winter
couizhina nights almost inoMBanily, , with c!d niht
?:ia.: .,k.al irrirarin. vvhlph ATtnded 111-
JWCHW, Willi uiuirtMw ........ , .
. n LUI L.tuia anil eviilAh bnnt m OnllDrhinff
All summer. Iwaaat Shoreham on. a profenwonal
visit the past October, when the "good SamanUu
camealonR introducing Allen's Lung Balsam into
cording to directions, and found Immediate relief. 1
have now taiten iwouunien, wui ii-"'vi
me. For the past two years, or during the time of
. m .1.1. a .nnufinalinn. Ufhtnh
my amiction, I wax i
the Balsam has almost eflecUislly regulated, o
. . . ..iji ....eKstMt hiss valnaVt n mfl If'l tlfl . J
tami ly ou" -"""-" : , an. of
see oy tne wosiem n.,.o ...... ... r-i - 7; - -
Cincinnati (where the medicine is manufactured) are
incroaucing n iiiu hioh y . - - .u.
.. . . .i...inD Mn,.Hial airnnt for the
It will soon oecoiiiu "a"1" "; -- "
cure of all diseases of the throat, Bronchial tubes, ana
the lungs. BATHJLHARBW, , M. Dentis ,
,i , it.:. .l,.nKI. llala.m tnlfM nlfS4.
Tne propneiors ui un , - -
are in calling to 1 1 the attention of all medicine deal ers,
desiring that they procure a supply of it, and
recommend it to their afflicted patrons and friends.
It will stand the test for merits, as has the celebrated
Perrv Davis' Pain Killer,
which has been Introdnsed to all parts of the inhab
ited world, and is every where appreciated and sought
alter. The Balsam is for sale by most of the leading
. ' .1..., h hH from them, in anv
UrUKKlBiB, UW wii '"v.
Quantity desired, by the country dealers.
Pn.inn.tl. 1 1 h In
For saleby :
O. W. Sisson, Druffglst, MoArthur, Ohio
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Uamden,
U.S. Wilcox, llamdou..
Fever and Ague and Chills
Best Remedy to Cure
IS
PAYIS' PAIN KILLER.
.n.
TWroi'ntu fnt ill TJt.
TAKE 3 spoonfuls of the Pain Killer in
.Knt i,if a nintnf hot vater.well sweet
ened with molasses, as the attaok is coming
on, bathinj; freely wo cnesi, oaoa ana uww
.in with i h madicine at the same time.
Repeat the dose in twenty minutes, if the
Amnl rlABA dAOsl tlAL ton the chill. Should it
produoe vomiting, (and it probably will.) if
f. . v rl lit. a. lilllo Pain
rnn HLnaiauu IB c . iuu4w -
v;iin. ; i,n).i water, sweetened with snirar
after each spasm. Perseverence in the above
treatment has enrea many severe sou
ate eases of this disease.
TiAiSKILLIR Cures Bore
X Throat
A Favorite Medicine with all classes,
Is Davis' Pain, Killer.
IF you have Painter's Cholie,
Use thr Pain Killer.
O Medloioe is as popular
As the Pain Killer.
TEEP tie Pain Killer always at
J. hand,
11 yen haie a Cough or Cold;
Use the Pain Killer.
LOOK and not get caught without a bottle
of Pain Killer in the house.
LET everybody use the Pain Killer for
Sprains and Bruises.
EYERY sailor should carry a bottle of Pain
Killer with bim.
REMEMBER, the Pain Killer is for both
Internal and External.;
The Pain Killer is iold by all- the Drug
gists and Dealers in Family Medicines.
J. N. HARRIS & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Agents for the Western Stales.
For sale by
Q. W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArthur,
Dr. J. A. Menahan, Dreggist, Ham deft,
R,S. WilcoXfJIamden.
PURIFY YOUR CLOOD.
IR. "WEAVER'S
CANKER'eSALTEDEUM
For the Cure of
Canker, 8ali Rehum, Ereysipelas, Scrofulous
Diseases, Cutaneous, and every kind of
disease arising from an impure ,
siate of the Blood.
The most effective Blood Purifier of tbs Nine
teenth Century I
tSS-This Syrap, with the Cerate, we will
warrant la eure any nara .ease or. uia
Bores no matter how 'long standing,
-8o)d bj Druggists Generally."!
For sale by '
O. W, Sission, Druggist, MoArthur;
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Hamden,
R, 8. Wileox, Hamden.
July 18, l867-3m
,
W?P2WlHnS?CT
An Old Song Set to a New Tune.
, A tprmg approachet !
Anli and Jlozchei
From their holei cone out,
And Mice and Rat .
In epite of call, ...
Qaily tkip about. ;
"IB years established in N. Y City.1 ;
"Only infallible remedies known." ,
"Free from poisons." ,
'Not dangerous to the human family." ,
"Kats come out ol their holes to die." .
"CostarV Eat, Eoach, &c, Exterm'u
' Is a pastel-used lor Rats, mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, to., Ac.
"CoBtar's" Bed-Bug Exterminator
Is a liquid or wash used to destroy, and
iluui Dreventive for Bed Bugs, Ac.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for Insects
Is for moths, misquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Sugs,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Animals, c. ,
on- t t I nmn I t ! of all worthless Imitations
-8ee that "Cottar's" name is on each box, bot
tle, snd Flask, before yon buy n .
IS-Address HENRY R. COSTAR,
484 Broadway, New York.
Sold in MoArthur, by J. 8. 8trong,
and all druggists and dealers everywhere
"COSTAB'S
CELEBRATED
For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Boils,
Cancers, Broken Breasts, Sore NiFPl,
ding, Blind and Painful Piles; Sorofulous,
Putrid and Ill-conditioned Sores; Ulcer;,
Swellings, JSrupiions, cutaneous Aneonou,
Rin.inrm. fifth, ("tarns. Rnninns. Chilbla'lSS,
&c ; Chapped Hands, Lips, &o.j Bites of
Spiders, Inseots, Animals, so.
t"Boxes 25 cts., 50 cts., and $1 sizes.
HOJ-ooia oy an aruggieu everywuera.
QAnd by Himi K. Costab, Depot 484
n . i XT V I. 1
lirosuwey, new sura,
ftstTAnd by J. S. Strong, MoArthur, 0.
ICOSTAB'S
, , UNIVERSAL . f :
C O K N 8 0 L V E N T, .
For Corns. Bunions, Warts, Ac. . i
T Boxes 2S cts., Wets., and II sizes. , ,
gSfirSold by all Druggists everywhere.
gfeaJTAnd by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York.
gQTAnd by J. S. Strong, MoArthur, 0.
COSTAB'S
PREPABATION Ot ' V ! ,
BITTER SWEET
AND
ORANGE ; BLOSSOMS,
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Used to soften and beautify the skin, remove freck
les, Pimples, Eruptions, Ae.
Ladies are now using it in preference to aH others
gtj?Bottles $1. . .
Bra-Sold bv all druccists evervwhere.
letf-And by Henry K. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, new i orK, .
EOT And by J. H. Wrong, AioArtnur, u.
PECTORAL ' . ..t
COUGH RE LIE BY,
For Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup, Whooping Coogh, Influenia, Asthma,
Consumption, Bronohial Affeotions and all
diseases of the Throat an Langs.
. -Bott1es 26 cts, 50 cts, and $1 sixes. V
traTSold by all druggists eveywbere.
KoTAnd by He.nry K. Costt.r, Depot 484
jroaaway, new orit. : i i
And by J. S. Strong, MoArthur, O. :
. COSTAR'S
CELEBRATED 1
BISHOP PILLS,
,; A VN1TEBSAL DINNIB PILL, J.,.
t
For nervous and sick Headache, eostivenesa. indt.
gastion, dyspepsia, biliousness, constipation, diar
rhea, colics, chills, levers, and general derangement
of the Digestive Organs. ,
aw-Bous U eta, 60 cts, SI Uses. ' - ' 1
(QrSold by all druggists everywhere. -And
by Henry B. Coslar, Depot 484 Broad
way, New York; ; ,
And bv J. 8 Strong, MoArthttr, 0. '
August 1, 1867-4m -
' 3,000 SUBSCRIBERS '
IN VINTON COUNTS',
A
THE GREAT CIVIL WAR
IN Till
United Otvtc)3, .
From ISGl to 1S65.
UatikO been appointed Agent for the
"Youth's History",for Vinton County, Ohio,
I am now prepared to receive) subscriptions
from those desiring this excellent and popu
lar work. Any person desiring to canvass
any township in Vinton county, will please
send for terms at onoe and seoure territory
. .- , , , . . , . ,
before it is too late. -
Adepts will be given very favorable terms.
An active Agent can make from $4,lo $6
per day. ' .',
The Herman edition of the Youth's History,
,;' ' i .i t '. -. . .
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 wbieh we have
just passed, '
From a Democratic standpoint.
The.mlnds 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 noWipioving themselves to be, shall
be properly portrayed. ' The greatimpor
tance of a sound juvenine literature has
long been felt and acknowledged, and as
this is the first attempt to furnish it,- tie
1 ........ ... ' '!
Publishers of the the work Mossrs. Van
Evrie, Borton & Co,, New York -respectfully
solicit the nooursgemont of the publio, and
the assistance of the Democratio press. It
is juBt such a book as ought to forma part
of the small library in every family in Vin
ton county ; or it shonld be placed in the
hands of every child, for the purpose of
giving them a oorrcot idea of the late war
and its causes.
It is neatly printsd and bound, illustrated
with 15 engarvings, and contains 384 pages,
divided Into 48 chapters. It contains the
. ; .- ' f
likenesses of Generals Lee, Stonewall Jack
on, Grant, McClellan, Sherman, Johnston,
Jefferson Davis, Abraham Lincoln, A. H.
Stephens, J. Wilkes Booth, to.
rxJ.oe Ol.GO.
w H ' " v m esvsavsw w w (avMaiaMi
! (At tht Enquirer Printing Office,)
" AGENT for Yin'on County.
- ;
; DLYniYEH, D4V & CO.,
'' MANSFIELD, OHIO
COOK'S EVAPORATOR,
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
Etjbeka Cideb MlLL8, " vr
; VlCTOaCAKK Ml IX, ,
8xak Cobii Sbelleb, ' '
Horsb-Poweb Forks,
.BONN'S ESQUIMAUX REFRIGERATOR.' '
Warners Sulky Revolving Rake
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, -
CravrfortTs Garden Cultivator,
' Amalgam Bell, . ; i
PRAO AND CIRCULAR SAWING
;.: , , v. machines, ;
And many other srtioles in the way of Implements,
Tools snd machinery.
PVHB BORGO AND IHPHEB SEED, selected
varieties. Bend for circulars.
March 88, 188T-1T ; ' , ; ' ; , "
;' '. J L.
THE LAND WE LOVE.i
A MONTHLY. ; V
1 Devoted to Literature.' Amicultnre. and Genera'
Inteilisence. and coniprisinK Ke ports of Battles, In
cidents, and Anecdotes of the War, never before
published. By :
GiHiaAl D. H. Hij-t, (Late of the Southern
Proprietors,
J. Iawin A D. H. Him
Tas. Three Dollars a vesr. it rid is advance,
or Five Dollars, if not paid till the end of (he year.
ID IDU'IU L T II UlT.I. .
W. ( . A nil,. u u. U1UU i
, ,. . Charlotte, North Carolina.
marchH,1867. "": ,,,..., .
Legal.
NOTICE, Julia A. LillinnflKa, and jonn ui:i-bridns
her husband, Hichhrd Fuller, Sn-lin-
dia Shields, and John Shields, her husband, who
have arrived at mil sge, Marion runsr, . avuv-j j.
Moore, Harriet A. Moore, who are minors snil resi
dents oiVmlon county, m the btnte Ohio, Jsnirs
Moore, uilnor.who resides in ino-smieoi iow, nm;y
M. Ellis, end Levi Ellis, herhusbiind, who are of Hill
aK, Alma Cnlbertson, Melissa tJulbertsnn, John H.
(VnihariitiMi. liuviii II. Culbertson. and Chnrles Cul-
berlsou, who are minors ana rnoino in me mum ui
Indians, will vsse nowne- mi nininiii irinin, n ,
istratorol the Estateof Oliver Knller, deceased, did,
on the 24th dny cf July, A. 1.107, file his petition in
ik. iMh.i. f.nurt. within and for the couhtv Of Vin
ton, and State of Ohio, allegiiiK that the personal es
tate of said decedent Is Insufficient to ay his debts
and the charges of administering his nsUte; (hat he
died seised in leo simple oi urn imiuwiug uc,i"
real estate situate in said eoin.ty, to-wit: "Commen
,.i,,.y ..,,, homlreil links south ol the south-euut cor
ner of In-Lot Number one hundred and five in the
Town of MoArthur, In the aforesaid county; thence
westthreochsins snd thirtv-flve links to a Make;
thnm.e annth niirht chains: thence enst three chains
and thirty-five finks to a stone; thence north eight
chains to the place of beginning, containing two
acres and sixty eight hundretlis of on acre more or
less; and that Happy Fuller, as widow of said dece
dent, Is entitled to dower in said premises. The
nnvu, ni .ait netitinn is for the assiunmeiit ol dow -
er to said Happy Fuller, and lor an order of sale of
said premises, subject to such dower estate, lor the
paymentof the debts snd charges aforesaid. BaiU
petition will be for hearing on the 24th day of Ai:gut,
A. D. 1807, or as soon thereafter M leave can be ob
tained. . , ' '
.' WILLIAM MARK,
; : ' : Administrator of Oliver Fuller, deceased.
July 24, lB7-4w , ,
Road Notice.
"M"OTICE is hereby thnt a petition will be present
XV nj inilii, nnmrniktiniiAra nt Vhitnn enlintv. Ohio.
at their next session, to be hold on the first MundRV
of Septe.nber, A. I). lw7s pruying for the vacatinn ofi
acounty roaa leaaing irom a poim hi or near uie east
end of the Bridge intfwan Township, in said county,
across the stream commonly known a Honey Fork
of Uaccoon Creek, and terminating on the lands of I
John Chid inter, Esq., in said 8wnn Township, vhere
said Read intersects a Kond known as tho Kliulor
Kond, and which said Road hereby sought to he va-
catea, was es am s ne.i ny me .oiiiinixoi,jin-ro buiu
Vinton county, at their Wh session in I.Vyear
185J, hy the name of the lol Hoad, for the reason
ihi.Vhi.0,h h-nmn ,,ibjh t., the Dublic.
that the same has become useless to the public.
August 8, lS(7-tds
Public Notice.
LL nersons are hereby notified that tkey will he
' . , ... i .r r A....n..a,.,
ing upon my premises, one mile west of Zaleski and
nrosocyieu acnnraine "w 11 iui iict,ii,
"August ' BflBERT BOWEW. ,
Sheriff'ti Sale. "' '
" Slate of Ohio, Vinton County.
Christopher Winklcman, Plaintiff, lln oourt of com.
against 'i l'lons.
William A Tearceand ! .: f On an Order
Hamucl V. JJodjp, Defendants. J Hccree.
PUR8UANT to the comuiand ol nn order and de
cree in the nhovo cause to me directed from the
court of common Pleas ol Vinton county, Ohio, nnd
to me directed as Sheriff of said county, 1 will onVr
at public solo, at the door of the couit home, in the
town of McArlhur, in the aforesaid county of Vinton,
TUESDAY, the 3rd day of September.
1. . A; D. 1867,.-
nf Ihn hnnmf 1 n'rlnck p. M. of Said daV. the follow.
ing lands and tenements one equal undivided half
Ol tne iouowiug ueocriurw Mrinii7n ,w-n,..
Commencing at the South-west corner of
that part of Out-Lot Number Twenty-five
25. in the Town of Wilkesville, in said
oountv of Vinton, owned on the 14th day of
- ' r, In-n 1... U7I1I1 C CC.. nnni
lay, A. U. kOJV, Ujr " IlliUUl v. aB, nun
running South-east paralell with the Street
in said Town Fifteen (15) Rods; and thence
South-east Eleven (11) Rods on a straight
an.le with saia Street: thecoe Fifteen (16)
Bmlo Rnulh-waot nn a. nsralnll with gnid
2nd Street; thence Nor.h-west to th. placej
of beginning coniainmg one acre more or
less together with the Flouring and Saw!
M il. .nd all other i u nmirl nnn.iiRca on said
land. . :- .' ! :
Taken as the property of William A. Pearce to
satisfy a judgment and decree of the idorcsaid court
in favor of Christopher Winklemun. :
Appraised at one thousand six hundred and thirty
three dollars and thirty-three coots and must bring
two-thirds of that sum.
Term of sale cunli in hand at ftie time of snlo.
JOHN ,1. HHOCJiKY,. . s
f ' ' ' ;: " Hherfl Viiilou count), o;
fl.h. Tanni AH')' for ri'fl. ., .
August 1, ljii7-uw
Public Notice. Road Notice.
OTICE ii hereby given that n petition will he
m-flxented lo the Commissioners of Vinton
county, Ohio, at heir next session to beheld on the
llrst Monday in September, A. Jt.lHW, praying for the
establishment of county rond along 'tlie follnwingde
scribed route, in said county, . lo-wil: JrJeginning at
the McArthur and JJelsonville road, on Ellis liolen's
land; thence in a north-westerly direction through
the farms of Joseph Lillibridge, JukIiib King, and
Elisabeth Wood, to the MoArthur and Logan road
said route being in Hrown Townshiii, in snidi oiioty.
MANY Pli'imoWEltS.
August i,187-tdm. .
PROPOSED A JflEND MENT
"! to THE '''':' ,'' 1
CONSTITUTION.
. The Siate of Ohio, V
Office of the Secretary of State. J
1. William Hknbv Smith, Secretary . of
State of the Slate of Ohio, do hereby certify
that the following, ia a true copy of the
joint resolution passed by tbe General As
sembly of the State of Ohio, on the 6th day
Of April, A. D. 1867, taken from the original
rolls on (Ale in this office.
In Testimony Whereof, 1 have here-
nnto subscribed my name and affix
ed the great Seal of the Slate of
Ohio, at Colubus, the 6th day of
April, A.D.I 867.
WILLIAM HENRI BMITH.i, B
: Seoretary of State..
L. S.
A RESOLUTION ; ! '
Relative to an Amendment of the Constitu
tion, providing for tbe extension of the
elective franohiso: ' "'j' '. ' J
Reiolvtd by the . General. Aitemtiy of the
State of Ohio, (three-fiftliB of the members
elected to eaoh House agreeing, thereto,)
That it be and is hereby proposed to the
electors of this State to voto at the 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 Stale, to-wit
Every male , eitixen of the United States, of
the age or twenty-one years, who snail nave
been a resident of the State one ', year
next' nreceeding the . election, and of the
county, " township, or1 vard in which
he 1 resides, such ; time as may , be pro
vided by law, except such persons ag have
borne arms in support of any insurrection or
rebellion against the government of the Unl
ted States, or have Bed from their places of
rcfidencele avoid being drafted into me mil
itary service thereof, or have deserted the
military or naval fervice oi saia government
ia time of war, and have not subsequently
been honorably discharged from the same,
shall have the qualifications of an elector
and be entitled to vote at all elections. '
' i i . "i n. ED. A. PARROTT, '
- Speaker of the Ilouie of Hrpreientathet.
; J ANDREW Q. McllURNKV, . . , i
Pretideni of the Senate.: .
Passed April 6867. (6m
April 8, 1867. i
$100 ' "'from : ' $30
CREAT. CHANCE tO MAKE MONEY
EY actihg as tmr Aients for the sale orH PTJ 15 N
mil HTKKL ENflKAVINQS.
bleroscopes and Sterocopio Views of all the points o
Interest in the World. Prize audUtationerv Packets
Silver Huntina Case Watches. Also, Sue collection
of Imperial Card Pictures, Colored Prints, .
. -j30will purohase a miscellaneous stock of
above gonas that will sell for loO. We ottermost
extraordiuarj Inducements and a ehanoe for those
who wish to establish themselves in a good pitying
basiness. Forcatalogues and full particulars eena to
HASKINS 'COl i-i .
Juneia,XMT-m ' - a Beekmw etij New,ToVk,
-To Whom it May Concern.
a' T the quarterly eOsion of the m"1?e
A-Vinton county, Ohio, iniJuae.JMT, iJMow
KE60LVEX,'Thsl sny pel son hereafter having an
account. to present. to the C'""8'',"'-.'..
allowance, shall file his account with the A'ny
least one day before the qnartorly session of saia
Commissioners, iTt-iasn and bwosji T befcie a prop
er officer. The order passed at the Mereu- session,
mi, on this subject Is hereby rescinded.
By Order of the Comnusswiicrs FEI T0N
' ' '' ' , : Auditor Vinton County, 0.
uguitl, 1807-tds ! ' ; . ' J
GROVESTKEN'S PIANOS,
OROVESTEEN'S PIANOS,
0ROVESTEENS PIANQS,
499 Broadway, New York,
' 499 Broadway, New York.
499 Rroadway, New York.
ARE unrivalled for Di'sabiutt, Powsm and Even
ness of Toss. Thev are fast becoming the fa
voiite over all others, with Musicians, Amateurs
aud all lovers of Good Musicl They are ..Warranted
. ..... nuat. Send lor Circular.
, ' GROVKN8TJSEN & CO.;
July 18 ' ', 498 Broadway, New York.
: - 1 ' '
1 just' published; " 11
lfTi
ill
Twenty Melodic Exercises,
' :; ' in roRM or ;
SOLFEGGIOS FOR SOPRANO Oil MEZZO
; : S0PAR0 VOICES, ; '
... JSTSSDKD A8 , ,, , ,
'! Sludin to acquire tht 'Art of Singing.
These exercises were rompnsfd to be used si
multsneously with his system, "The Art of ttir.gina,"
j -- . ,,.. nninutinn f,r
or Willi any other method for
voice, Hii.f will Pj "f C k cosr s bo trsoo
being moi o iiH-lo.lious slid belter adapted lor ies
ion;
teseh-
Millie of these exercises are specially beautiful
mg.
,. ..n iiui-ImI. a minulinz of dulce at utile, which
secures the intercs ns well as the improvement of
ii,. .,,,.lnnt. Thnvnriona atrles devehilied in these
exercises render them Invaluable in an educational
. ,.. , , i .... , Ikn inlAlli-
iioiutoi view, as-iney ienu m ni"8 .........
gence and the appreciation, and at the same time
h l.itn ,,i the 1,11 nil. Thev must be studied
carefully with reference lo the innumerable marks of
expression and ornamentation. Upon the minute
accuracy with which tlfcse are accomplished de
pend the actual sUrling advancement of the pupil;
any evasion or slurring in these respects '.n t.menud
erlbrt Htteily wasted, while, n the other, hand, a
.lose nnd patient investigation, mid open to tue stu
dent the means and resources by which great artists
produce their most brilliant uBd profound effects.-.
Watson's Aht JiiunnAi..
In Two Volumes.
Price, each, in Boards, Itelail, . . f- 00
do ,. . do in Cloth, Retail, . 2 00
A Sample copy set by Mail, post-paid, on
reooipt of Wholesale Price, $1.50.
Published by WM. . HALL .& SON,
No. 64'3 Broadwayj fl.ew Vork.,,
Publishers and Denlera in Musid.and Mana-
rnciurcrs of Fluieu, Fifes, Flageolets, &o.
Send for cftfalogite of prices.
.'June 20, IBCt-ttm i '; ' ;
NEW WURR ON SINGING.
Official Directory.
VINTON COUNtY DIRECTORS.
Henresmitotmi ui fongross n. d.huaui.
Kii Si'iialor ,1. UHA lilll'li Y.
RH-YLEY.
t..0i,te Jude .msKi'H KALEK.
Auditor W.K. KKLToN. .
Uecopler-J!:n I urns mii.'ii.
I'rosciitingAtiornev AltCII IHAI.D NATO,
Tieiisurer-i.VUFl'HKMAN.
Cli-rk of Cniiris liElHUiE I.ANTZ.
yherilf IOI1N J. KHOCK KV.
Surveyor h. C K'i'KlNHHi.MiK. ;.. ..
toiwi-WlLMAM l, HlUiilNM. .
- - ( WM.iiIAM CbARK,' '
foininis.sioncr TIIUMA MAHKG,
hltiltKIH AI.HAlHilf.
f , ... ; ..
Vosl onitcs la VlutvM Count jr.
IVame if,'ost. OIHce. . Township.
Post Msster
Alleasville ;
Hope Furnace
Dundas ' '
Eagle Mills
Elk. n: .
McArlhur
New; . Plymouth
Reed's Mills
Swan '
Vinton Station
Wilkesville
Znleski ,
Agatha
Richland J. Wilcox .
lirowu 3. 1. Kglcslon
Olinlon fl. Isaminger
Hagle Miles Rudcliff
Swan ' I. Reynolds
Elk ... J.N. McLaughlin
ISrown H. O. HarJen
Clinton W Burtei.shaw
Swan ' Wm. ' Taylor
Elk George Fry ,
Wilkes
Madisou J. G. Will .
Richland
Official Directory. Rail Roads.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
B,
Trains . will run as
fV and alter January .
U ftillows:
MAILEA3T
1 ' NIGHT EXPRESS'EAST
:(I0F.SJ. I tlOOA.M.
,W.. .... 7.20"
ia r.M.' ' low-!
3 11 ' i , ia'"--".
a m " . 12 "
4M : 2W"
1 17 , . . ..4 3S "-,
7o0 .i ' 4 60 " '
... Nir,HTEXPBE8SJWE3T
B00A.M. ' U0r..
8 37" .MM"
4t) ' ; ' !- " ;'
1168r.. ' "Mi.M;
,813 .. ,;, ,; 2o ;;,
Depart Oincmnaii
, Jjoveland
"' Chillieolhe
' Hamden ;
, Mcski .
' '" Athens '
arrive Marietta ,
Htjlpre ,
- MAIL WEST
Depart Belpre
" Athens . ,
'i Zulcski 1 '
" Hamden ,
' Chillicothe
'. '! Jjovelnutt .
Arrive Cincinnati
Connections made at Hamden with Trains on the
Portsmouth Hraneh.. ' A '"'"'" JiV .it
Close connections made at Cincinnati with all
Western Trains; and at Parkersburg with the Haiti
more and Qliiu Rail . SMITH, ' '
ti v! .: . ..-; Msstsr Qf Transportation.
Chillicotho,0.,Jan.24, 1807. ... , ., .
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