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FU .UN ITU HE!
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cbIeatly REDUCED PRICES !
X. HOUTOUi
UAVINd purchased and completely renovated
Uio
'"FURNITURE SHOP,
IN MoARTUUR, "
v
fnrrcerlv occupied by E. P. Rothwell,) would re-fcp.-ctfulj'y
announce to the public that he intends to
ibeptoustamly on huud, a complete tusoiljientof
CASUIST FORfJJTiJRE,
suitable for this market, at
OREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
niton up in a stvln of workmanship not to bo excel-
rd by any ahopin this section.
A r Kinos oi woi k in nis now win w uc,,j auu
promptly done ou ery low terms.
Of all kinds doao (o order on shoit notice.
UNDERTAKING.
A full snpply lf
O Q 371 ST1 X G
kept constantly on hand; and
10 per cent, will bo deducted
ion all orders forons down.
March?, 18o7-tl
r. 1I0RT0N.
DEMORESTS MONTHLY
'- MAGAZINE.
UNIVERSLLY acknowledged the Model
Parlor Magazine of America, devoted to
Original Stories, Poems, Sketches, Archi-
lecture, and Modol Cottages, Household Mat
ters, Geuis of Thought, l'ersonaland Literary
Oo6sip including special departments on
Fashions,) Instructions on Health, Uvrunns
tio Equestrian Exercises, Skating, Music,
Amusements, toll all by the best, authors,
and profusely tni artistically illuetrated
with costly engravings (full size,) useful and
reliable Patterns, Embroideries, jewelry, and
a succession of artistic novelettes, with other
useful and entertarug literature.
No person of refinemtnt, economical house
wife, or lady of taste, can afford to do with
out the Model Monthly,
Single copies, 30 cents; hack numbers, as
specimen.", 10 cents; either mailed fjree.
Yearly, $.'1, with a valuable premium; two ,
copies, $0 50; three copies, $7 SO; five copies,
$12, and splendid premiums for clubs at $3
each, with the first premium to each sub
Soulier.
Address
W. JENNINGS DEM0REST,
No. 473 Broadway, New York.
Pemorcst's Monthly and Young America
together, $1, wkh the promium to ea.cn.
. BALLWsfflONTHLY MAGAZIHI.
The Cheapest Magazine in 'the WorlJl
H1HI3 popular and widely circulated magazine lias
L now reached an edition unequalled in this conn
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 ita column. It is
conceded by all to bo the cheapest and best Maga;
zine in .the world.
TERMS.
lWayoar; seven copies 9 00; thlrteon oopic
la w. single copies is cents. Address
ELLIOTT, 1U0MES ds TALBOT,
Boston, Mass.
FIRE ARMS
Sold bj the trade Generally
A Liberal disoonnt to Dealers,
200,000 furnished the U, S. Government.
Army Revolver,
Navy Revolver,
Bolt Revolver,
Pollen Revolver,
New PockeX Revolver,
44-1W" in. calrtbre
8U-100 in. calibre,
avy Size calibre.
Navy Slzo-cidihre,
. 3I-IOO in calibre,
j'oenet Kevoiver,
(Ilider's nt. 31-100 in. calibre.
Repeating Pistol, (Elliot pt.) o. 2i ft 2Jcartr'j!e,
rOCKefc iIS(OI, riO.,iY', OIIIHI tl CUllllUU,
Oun Cane, No. and 3'i "
Hroebh Loading Rifle, (Deal's) Ko. .12 and 38 "
Kvolviug Rifle, 3t)andil-lt)0in caltbra
E. REMINGTON & SONS,
- - Ilion, A'ew York.
PEIHCIPAL iOESU.
Moore Nichols,
We Reed Hon,
Jos. C. Unibh Co.,
Poultney Trimble,
Xlenry Folsom 4 Co.,
Johnson, Spencer A Co,,
It. M. Rumsey & Co.,
Albert E. Crano,
March 21, 1807-ly
New York
Ko"tnn
Phihulel phia
Bultimorn
New Orleans
L'hicHKO
Si. I.oms
San Frunsisco
DONT FAIL TO READ THIS I
SEND your address, with stamp, for sample and
eatnloifue ot Articles for Youn and Old, Marriod
and Sinirle. . All should have them. Address
A. BR1DOKS.74 DloccherStroet, New York City,
JnlylS, 1807-5m
" To Consumptives.
, The advertiser, having ben restored to health in a
few weeks bv a very simple remedy, after having suf
fered fur several years with a severe lung atlection, and
that dread diseaso Consumption is anxious to inako
known to his fellow-sufferers the mean of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
rirencription used (free of charge,) with the direo
ions for preparing and using the same, which they
will find a sure cure forConsumption, Asthma, Bron
chitis, Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Lung Af
feolions. The only object otthe advertiser in stud-.
Inn the Prescription is to benefit the ntHicted, and
spread information which he conceives to be invalii
bis, and ha hopes every sufferer wiil tryhisrern
edr, as it wilt cost them nothing, and may prove a
blessing. Parties wishing the prescription, riiti, by
return mail, will please address
" RKV. KUWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
May J,J6CT -ly.
T ONO Contributor it the AMERICAN
U WIT 25 cents a year.
RICIIAIIDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau St., N. Y.
W
HERE the Laugh Comes io. Tho
AMERICAN WIT 25 cts. a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
glNaBsauSt.,N.T.
rrilU AMERICAN WIT is a happy
Lit,- z) cts. a year.
., RICHARDSON k COLLINS,
? !. 81 Naisaa St., N. Y.
AiiS'ist 1, 18i",7-3m .
M ARRIED LIFE. Infoimolion find dvicofl
tal imnortanco to the married of both sexes, it
s sealed envelope, can bo obtained free of charge by
MUrossmg tne unnersignen.
Respectfully,, JAMER fl. BUTLKR.
JilyH, IS-jf-Sm 23 Urealway, N. Y.
r-
TliVUU AND AUUU!
THE REMEDY TO CURE AND PREVENT
THIS DISEASE 18
DR. . O. RICHARDSON'S '
SHERRY WINE BITTERS.
The Celebrated New England Remedy for
For Jaundice, Fever and Ague, General De
bility, and all Disease) anting from
Vitordered Stomach, Liver or Mouth.
They are used and recommended by leading phy
sicians of ihe country, and all who try them pro-
uoiincc mem ni.uw"'.
Thev urn sold by medicine dealers generally. Price
One Dollai per bottle. J. . iijiu.i.j,
Cincinnati, Ohio,
Proprietors for the Southern and WMoru Mutes
For sale by
G. W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArtbur, Ohio ;
K. S. Wilcox, Ilamden, Ohio, and
Dr. J. A. Monakan, Druggist, Ilamden, 0.
L U'CI ; RALS A M ,
' - TOR TUB CURB 0 '
Consumption, ISronchilis
AND ALL DISEASES THAT LEAD TO IT
Such as Coughs, Neglected- Colds, Pain :
the Chest, and all diseases of the Lungs.
jQrClorgymen ehoHld use the Balsam for
, uicir rnroats.
rilHI3 n.dsnmis Introduced lotho suffering public
1 niter Its niorita ior p-i.tvo cure ot suun uirci,i-,7c
liave been mll.v tested. Theformula from which it is
prepared Is Tcierrcu to oy uie .eaainn.nieti.cai juur
,i, n, lieingenual to any prescription flint can be
made up, for such diseases, by the medical faculty,
rru itnlu'im is. coiisen lien tl v. rccnminoitdcd by phy
sicians who haye become ampnuuted with its-grtal
succosa.
As an Expectorant it has ro Equal
V'e copy the following interesting letter from Pr.
Hams to tlm Mnldlebnry, Vt., Register, Nov. at, 'tiii:
Ma. Editok: It is only to subserve the interests ol
humanity that Ireipiest a short space in your valua
ble piiper to inform the public what Allen's Lung
Balsam is sure to do. Two years ago I wusattackou
with a severocold; it settled in my throat, which so
affected tho organs of speech that I could not speak
aloud for noariy six necks. I got through the winter
coughing nigli's almost lnccssauny, wnn cimiiiui
uucnls. with increased srritatoin, which extended in.
to tho Bronchial tubes and which kept mo coughing
nil summer. I was at Phoreham on a professional
visit tho past October, when th "good Hnmaritnn"
came Along introducing Allen's Lung uaisam inio
New England. 1 procured a rjomo run icon uuu-
eordingio duecfons, nnd found Imnwdiita rclicr. 1
nave miw taken two bottles, which has entirely cured
me. For the past two years, or during the timo of
mi nm;,ih,,M. f ass in a state of constination. winch
tho Rulsam has almost rthjctunlly h'giilateiL No
i,,,r,iU shnnl.l ha without tins vul unblo medicine. I
see by the VVestorn papers that the physiciaus of
I'llicinniill neie um nicmnucn'iimii,iinuiB,, .v
inf nnJncinir it Into their nructice. and I have no doubt
it will hoiki become a elafs cal remedial attcnt for the
cure of all diseases of ihe throat, liroucliiui tutsand
the lungj. N'ATil'L HARKW, M. !., Dentist,
Biddlcbury, ., Nov. 16, 1SWS.
The proprietors of this valuable Balsam take pleas
ure in calling to it 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 lor merits, as has the celebrated
Terry Davis' Pain Killer,
which has been Introdused to all parts of the inhab
ited world, and is verywhero appreciated and sought
alter, Tho Balsam is for sale by most of the leading
Druga'ists, and can always be had from them, in-auy
uuautity desired, by the country dealers.
J. K.liAltBia & CO., ole Proprietors.
Ciuciunati, Ohio.
For sale by
0. W. 8isson, Drutczist, MoArthur, Ohio.
Dr. J. A. Honahan, Druggist, ilamden,
R. 3. Wilcox, Uamdea.
Fever and Ague and CUHls
TUB
Best Ecmedy to Cnrc
13
DAVIS' PAIN . KILLER.
Directions for ih Use.
rPAKE 3 spoonTuls of the Pain Killer in
J about half a pint of hot water,well sweet
ened with molasses, as the attack is coming
on, bathing freely tho chest, back and bow
els, with the medicine, at the same lime.
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 stomach is very foul, take a little Pain
Killer, in cold water, sweetened with sugar,
after each spasm. Persevorence in the above
treatmont has cured many severe and obsti
aate eases of this disease.
PAINKILLER Cures Sore
Throat-
A Favorite Medicine with all classes,
la Davis' Pain Killer.
IFjouiavraintcr'sCholie,
Use the Pain KilUV.
"T0 Modioine is as popular
X As the Pain Killer.
KEEP the Tain Killer always at
hand.
IF yoa have a Cough or Cold,
' . Use the Pain Killer.
rOOK and not gel caught without a bottl?
i of Pain Killer in the house.
T ETevervbodv use the Pain Killer for
i Sprains and Bruises.
EVERY sailor should carry a bottle of Pain
Killer with him. -
T1EMEMBER, the Fain Killer is for both
X Internal and Lztcrnal.
The Pain Killer is sold hr all the Druz-
gists and Dealers in Family Medicines.
J. 14. li Aunis & uw., iincinnati, unto,
Agents for the Western States.
For sale by
6. W. Sisson, Druggist, McArlhtir,
Dr. J. A. Mo Dalian, Druggist, Ilamden,
R, S, Wilcos, Ilamden-.
PURIFY YOUR'SLOOD.
' DR. WEAVER'S '.
CANKER? SALT RHEUM
For l)it Cum of
Canker, 8altRehum, Ereysipelas, Scrofulous
uiseases, cutaneous, and every kind of
disease arising from an impure
slate nf the R'nnr!
The most effective Blood Purifier of the Nine
teenth Centurv r
BSTThis 8yrup, with the Cerate, we will
warrant io care any harm case or. Old
Sores no matter how long standing,
JSTSold by Druggists Gonerally."T3a
For fale by
0. W, Sission, Drnggist, MoArthur;
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Ilamden,
R. S. Wileox', Ilamden.
July 18, 18S7-3m
An Old Song Set to a NeW Tune.
- 01867.Jl
. ' At firing approeehet. ; ' ,
Ants and Koxches
From Ihtir hies come out,
And Mice and Rah
In spite of cnli, .
Cailj thp aboul. .
1
1 uUvi
"18 yours established ih N. Y City."
"Only inlnllible rom-dics known."
"''ree from poisons."
'Not dangerous to the human family.
"Hats como outoi their holes to die."
"Costar's" Eat, Roach, &c, Extorm's
Is a iiastensed lor Rats, mico, Roaches,
Black and Rod Ants, ,tc., 4e,
"Costar's" Bod-Bug Exterminator
. Is a liquid or wash used to destroy, and
nlsa na n preventive for Hod Bugs, Ac.
"CostarV Electric Powder for Insects
Is for mollis, misqulfoes, Fleas, Tled-Bngs,
Insects on Plains, Fowls, Anneals, &c.
Iy Beware I I I of all worthless imitations.
BuTSee that "Co tar's" namo is on oncn uox, ooi
lie, nd Flask, before yon buy
BSTAddress HENRY R. COSTAR,
484 Broadway, New Vork.
Eg3Sold in McArthur, by J. S. Strong
and all drugtrists nnd dealers everywhere.
u
CELEBRATED
For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Boils,
Cancers. Broken Breasts. Sore Nipples, Blee
ding, Blind and Painful Piles; Scrofulous,
Putrid and Ill-conditioned Sores; Ulcere,
Swellings, Eruptions, Cutaneous Affections,
Rinzworra, Itch, Corns. Bunions, Chilblains
&c; Chapped Hands, Lips, &c; Biles of
Spiders. Insects, Animals, Ha.
EriTBoxes 27 cts., 50 eta., and 81 sizes
Eff-Sold bv all druesrmts everywhere.
tfiTAndby Henry li. Costab, Depot 484
Broadway, Now iork,
UkayAud by J. S. Strong, WoArthur, u.
COSTAR'S ;
UNIVERSAL
CORN SOLVENT,
For Corns. Bunions, Wnrts, St.
tar Boxes 26 cts., on., and $1 sizes.
Jgy-Sold by ull Druggists everywhere.
ttaTAnd by Henry Jt. Costar, Depot 48-1
Broadway, New York.
BSTAnd by J. S, Strong, McArthur, O.
COSTAB'S
rUEPAHATION 0
0iTTE.R S.W.E'JBT,
OUAHGE "BLOSSOMS,
FOR BEADHFYISG THE COMPLEXION.
TJs"d to soften and beautify the skin, remove freck
les, Pimples, Eruptions, Ac.
Ladies are now using it in preference to all others.
AjTBottlcs St?l.
BySold by all druggists everywhere.
f-And by Henry" R. Costar, Depot 48-4
Broadway, New York,
leJ-And hy J. S. Blrongi McArthur, O.
COSTAR'S ,.
PECTORAL
SOUGH REMEDY,
For Coughf, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza, Asthma,
Consumption, Bronchial Affections and all
diseases of the Throat and Lungs.
EyBoltles 25 cts, 50 cts, and $1 sizes.
Ky8old by all druggists eveywhere.
BtS"And by nnry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York.
And by J. B. Strong, MoArtliur.'O.
; . COSTAR'S . -
CELEBRATED :
BISHOP PILLS
A UNIVERSAL DINNER TILL,
For nervons and sick Headache, costiveness, indi.
orAstion.dvsnensia. biliousness, constipation, diar
rhea, colics, chills, fevers, aud general dorongemont
ot tne lugestive yrgans
BW Boxes 25 cts, u(cts, (I siles.
2yold by ail druggists everywhere.
And by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484 Broad
way, New York;
And by J. 8 Strong, McArthur, O.
Augiut 1, 13t,,-Jin ,
WANTED I
3,000 SUBSCRIBERS i
IN VINTON COUNTY,
- roa "
A I
0 F
THE GREAT CIVIL WAI5
in tnt
Uxiitoci States
From 1861 to 1S65.
HAVi.va heett appointed Agent for th
t'Youth's nistory"kfor Vinton County, Ohio,
I am now prepared to.reooive) subscriptions
from those desiring this esoellcnl and popu
lar work. Any person desiring to canvass
any township in Vinton oounty, will plcn.ee
send for terms at once and secure torritory
before it is too late.
Agents will be given very favorable terms.
An aotiie Agent can mako from Sto $C
i
per day.
The German edition of the Youth's History,
which has been ealled for, is also now ready.
t
The work is designed to furnish tho youth
of the country a candid and impartial Histo
ry of the Qreat War through whleh wo have
just passed,
From a Democratic standpoint
Thejninds of the youth of our eounlry are
being poisoned and miseducated by the fa-lse
and partial histories of the Abolitionists,
nnd it is of great importance for the.welfarc
of our country that the real Disunionlsts, aa
they are now proving themselves to be, shall'
bo properly portrayed. Tho great impor
tancc of a sound juvenine literaturo has
long been felt and acknowledged, and as
this is the first attempt to furnish it, tie
work-Messrs. Van
Publishers of the the
Evrie, Ilorton & Co,, New York-vespcctfully
solicit the encouragement of tho public, and
the assistance of the ' Democratio press. It
is just such a book ns ought to form a part
of the small library in every family in Vin
ton county; or it should be placed in the!
hands of every child, for the purpose of
giTing them a correct idea of -the late war
and its causes.
It is nea tly printed and bound, illustrated
With 13 engarvings, and contains S84 pages,
divided into 48 chapters. . It contains the
likenesses of Generals Lee, Stonewall Jack
son, Grant, WcClellan, Sherman, Johnston
Jefferson Davis, Abraham Lincoln. A. H.
Stephens, 3. Wilkes Booth, &c.
(At the Enquirer Printing Office,)
AGENT for Vinton County.
BLY31YEU, DAY & CO.,
MAKSFIELD, OHIO
MAXLTACTl-BB
COOK'S EVAPORATOR.
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
Ecreka Cidkb Mills,
victob uane will,
Star Com Sheller,
House Power Forks,
; BURN'S ESQUIMAU REFRIGERATOR,
Warner's Sulky Revolving Rake
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
;' Amalgam Bills, -
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWINO
MACHINES,.
And many other articlcSin the way of Implements,
lows ana maonmery.
PUliE B01WO AND IMPHEE SEED, selected
varieties. Send for circulars., j . ... ,
Marcn 28,1807 ly
, , STEVENS HCUSE, ,
21, 13, 25 & 27 Droadttay, J. Y
Opposih Bowling Green,
!- ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
TnEBTEVsnsHonsiiis well and widely known to
the tiavehng public. The location is especially
suitable to merchants nnd business men; it is in
close proximity to the business part of thoeitr is
on Mm highway of southern and western travel and
and adjacent w all the principal Railroad and Bteam
boat deiKits.
Tits 8TBVF.H8 Hocsk has liberal accommodation for
over 300 guests it is well furnished, nnd pnssosses
evoi-y modern improvement for tho comfort and en
tcrbiinment of its inmates. The rooms are spacious
a-id well ventilated provided with tras and water
the attendance is prompt and rospeoUhl, and the table
is sonorously provider! wilh ovcry delicacy of the
soason ai moot-rate rnies
GEO. K.
CHASE & CO.,
Proprietor i.
May 23,1800-6m
Legal.
Shcriff'fl mid . Special Master
Commissioner bale.
Slah of Ohio, X'ititon Vonnty.
Alexander C. L'owd, Plaintitl, 1 In Conrt of Common
against f lleas,
.Innws IjiYits. Pefontlant. I On an Order of Side.
TilIHSI! i NT to tboooiiimand of an Xirder of sa!o in
J tho abowcsuvi-to me directed from tboeouitof
common Vlcas nf Viuton county nlid tohio directed
as ciheritl of aid coiuilv, acting iw Bpcciiil Master
Commissioner herein, I Hill utter at pnblio sale,
nttho door ofiho Conrtllcuse, In thoTowu of McAr
thur, in tho county of Vinton, on
MONDAY, tho 1 6th day of September,
A. I), im,
at the hourof 1 o'clock P.M. of said day, tho tol
lowing iHiiiisaud tenements, to-wit:
All tlint purl oflu Lot In the Village, of-McArthur,
Nmhbered r-eventy-scven(77,) heretufora ownod by
l oiirad tiinith, and bv him sold and transferred to
L'hristcpber Wiiiklciiuin, nml by the said Winkle
nn toUl toSarmrel V. Uoditeand .Samuel Triiunivr,
mid by ihe said Koio and Trimmer told to James
Lan(7. ' "' '
Taken ban order nnd decree of sunt conrt an the
property of James Litutz to satisfy a decito of said
(Olirt hi favor of Alexander C. lJowd.
Appraiwd PC seven bundled dollars and must
bring two-thirds of that sum.
Tonus of sale cash in hand on the dav ot side.
JOHN J. SHOCK EY,
' 1 Sheriff Vinton Couniy. O.,
Acting as Ppcciid Master Coiiiiuissiouer,
P. S. Pnnu, Attorney for lTff.
August 15, lii7-fiw-ll
Public Notice.
1 I.I. nersons nro bcrebv iiutilivd that tljcy willljo
J prosecuted according to law if found trespassing
inuiHMinmy premises, ouo muwwifauuwuni mm
adioiniiig the Kali-ski Estulo, in Vinton eounlv.ohio,
August 8, 107. KQUEK'f BoVVKN.
I
PROPOSED AMENDMENT
TO TUE
CONSTITUTION.
The Stale of Ohio,
Office of the Secretary of State. J
1, William Aunby Smi, Secretary of
State of tlie'State of Ohio, do hereby certify
that tho following is a true copy of the
joint resolution passed by the General As
sembly of tho State ot Ohio, on the 0th day
of April. A. D. lbC7, taken from the original
rolls on tilo in this cilice.
In Testimony Whereof, 1 havo here
unto subscribed my name and affix
L. S.
ed the great Seal of the State . of
Ohio, at Colubns, tho 6th day of
April, A. 1). 1867.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH, l
Secretary of State.
A RESOLUTION
Relative to an Amendment of the Constitu
tion, providing for tho extension of the
elective franchise;
Rcsolvid hy tht General Assembly of the
State of Ohio, (three-htths of the members
elected to each House agreeing thereto,)
lhat it DO anu is norecy propuaeu
to the
oleotors of this State to vote at the next annual
October election, upon tho approval or rejec
tion of the following amendment as a sub
stitute for the first section of tho fifth Arti
cle of the Constitution of this State, to-wit:
Every lualo citizen of tho United States, of
the ago of twenty one years, who nhnll have
been a resident of tho State ono year
next Ttrececdine the election, nnd of the
county, township, or ward in
Which
''?, 8uch 1time , " J"" . be
vided by law, except such persons ns have
borno arms in support of any insurrection or
M,t.nlt!nn .i.aln(S llm irnODvninOnt nt' Ihfl ITnl.
, - - !. -
tcu ciaics, or nave ueu iroiu vuon P'
resiuenceto avoiu ueinguruncu iuiu mo uui-
itarv Bd-vice thereof, or have deserted the
military or naval rcrvlce of said government
ia time of war, and have not subsequently
been honorably discharged from tho samu,
shall have the qualifications of an elector
and be entitled to vote at all electious.
l:t). A. PARRQTT,
fyeal-jr nf the House rf Jfeprextulalives.
ANDREW G. MclJUIt.SKV,
; J'ctidcnt vj lite Senate.
Passed April 0. 13G7. (Grn
April 8, 1SG7.1
Sheriff's Said
Stale of Ohio, Vinton County, sf.
B. It. Miles, Plaintitl, 1 In coin! common pleas.
against O.i Vcndi E.vccutio.i.
t. A.fiibtsms, PofrndAnt. )
PURSUANT to th3 c.oium.in I of a Vcndi Execu
tion in tho above cause issued from the eourt of
common pleas of (ho county of Vinton, and to mo
directed as silieiTTt ji sa:l county, 1 will oner a puuiic
sale, at tho door of the Court House, fn tha Town of
McArthur, in said couiitv, on
MONDAY, the 30th (hiy of September,
A. D. 1807,
at Ihe honr of 1 o'clock v. u of said day. thoono un
divided eipml half of tl.e following lands and tene
ments, to-wit:
Part of the North-west Quarter of Section Number
Thirty sil Township Eleven (11, Range Sixteen
(Hi,) beginning ono Rod South of the Wost Abiitmnnt
of the It. R., m-ar the South-east corner of tho Vil
lage of New Plvmouth, Vinton county, i ihio-,
ihcnce . oth EI'ht(R) Rods; thence Kast rteven (7)
Rods; thence North-cast Seven (7) Rods! thence
Ten (I") Rods, to the place of beginning, containing
one-unit aero more or less-, nio, iiiciunnig cenaui
Mill belongiug and attached to said described prem
ises. Taken as the property of J. A. Ribbons to eatisly
a loHL'inntit of said court ill favor of H. B. Miles.
Appmsed nt four hundred dollars aud must bring
two-uiiras oi inniginn.
Terms of sale cash in hand.
JOUN J.SnOCKEY,
Pheriff Vinton County. Ohio.
W'M. Mark, Att'y for Plftf.
August 2'J, lsu7;iw
Public Notice. Notice.
WILLIAM CRAVVl'ORD.whose place of resirfonco
is unltnowntothe petitioner, James Crawford,
will take notice that the said James Crawford of the
oinilv of Jackson, m the State ot Ohio, die on tne
IMUh day of January, A. D. I860, file h's petition in
the eourt of common pleas within and for the
county of Vinton, In said (state, atrainst the said
William Crnwford,and one George Hartley, defend
ants, seitmg forth that the said William Crawford
gave a mortgage to tho said fJcorgs Hartley on tho
West half of the North-east Quarter arid the East
half ofthe North-west Quarter of Section numtier
Thirty-four (Ni. 34,) Township Number Ten (No.
10,) of Range Number Nineteen, (No. 19,) containing
One Hundred and Sixtv (100) acres of land more or
less, and situate in Vinton county, Ohio, to secure the
payment of $7e.x), according to a certain note re
ferred to in said mortgage, and that sine the gi ving
of said mortgago nnd beiore the filing of said fletition
the saidOeorgo Hartley, for a valuable consideration,
assigned said mortgago to the said James Crawford,
anil praying that said William Crawford may pay the
said sum named in said note with Interest thoreon
from the 27th day of December, 1802, or that said
premises may be sold to pay the same I and the
uiii.i Will imn (-niwIYml is notified that lie is reoilired
to appear and answer Said petition on or before tho
imru Saturday ancr me ou any m iiwuwr nun,
JAMiia CRAWFORD.
Hy W. K. Hastisos, his Att'y.
August 22, 18ti7-0w
' SHERIFF'S SALE..
State of Ohio, Vinton County:
Shades Beynolds 1 In court of common plong.
I In co
Vend
Mritliiu llniusvcnrth. I Vendlordor ofsnlo,
"PURSUANT to the command of n vend! order of I
sale in the above cause issued from tne oourt oi
common tilens of sanl Vinton couittr, and to me di
i-pctvl as Sheriff or said countv. 1 will oiler nt nuoiie
sale at the door of the Court Ilouso, In the Town of
McArthur, In said county of Vinton, on
Wednesday, the 25th day of Scpetmbor,
A . 1).
at the hour of 1 c'ocloek P. si. of said day, tho follow-
inii Innds and tenements, to-wit:
In-Lot NnmberThirty(No. 80,) In the Town of
McArtlmr. VintoD countv. Ohio.
Taken as the property of Mathias Hainsworthto
sattily a judgment of said conrt m favor of Hliados &
RAvnnlils. ' ''
Appraised at three hundred nnd tlfty dollars and
must nringiwo-iiiints oi wiiii-nuiii ;
Tcrnmol sale cash in hand.
... - j JOHN J. S'.IOCKEY, -.
"' i Sheriff Vinton county, Ohio.
F. Shades, in person.
August K, l07-6t
$100 from $30. -CREAT
CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY
BY actin e as ou r A een ts for t he nl P of S PJ , K, N
D 1 1 ST K K I . JEWS O R AV I N O S.
sieroscopes and Sierocopio Views of all the points J
interest in the World. IW aud Ptatiqnery PnckPts
ailvor llnnlinu Case Walches. Also, fine collection
of Imperial Card Pictures. Cblored Prints, 4o. .
'S"J" will purchase a mitcellaneolis sloek of
above goons that will sell for 100. Wo ollennost
extraordinary inducements and a chanco fiir thos
who wish to esbdilish themselves in a good paying
business. Foreutalognes and toll particulars tend to
I1ASK1NS & CO;
Junel3, 18C7-Cni 30 Bcckman st., New York;-
GROVESTEEN'S PIANOS,
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GROVESTEENS'PIANOSr
, 499 Broadway, New York,
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499 Broadusy, New York.
ARK unrivalled for Pi-hamuty, Powib and Even
ness of ToSb. Thev art fist becoming the fa
vorite over all others, with Musicians, Amateurs
and all lovers of Good Music! The.y uro Warranted
,n every respect, Hcmi lor Circular,
gkoven8tei:n & Co.,
July 18 ' 498 Broadway, New York.
JUST PUBLISHED,
IWlMOtWG.
KASSII'S ,'. j
Twenty Melodic Exercises,
IN FORM or
SOLFEGGIOS FOR SOPRANO OR MEZZO
SOl'ARO VOICES,
INTENDED AS
- Studies to acquire tin Art of inginy.-'
These exercises wero composed to bo used
mnliiiiieously with his system, "The Art of Siuging,''
or with nny other mot hod for tho cultivation of the
voice, and will take pluco of Ooncom's SoLrxnotot;
lieinj; inoie melodious and holler adapted for teach
ing, fume of tlieso exercises are specially beautiial
ns well as useful, a ruiiur 4g of diilco nt utile, which
secures the interest as well as the improvement of
the student. The Various siyles developed in these
exercises render them invaluable in an educational
point of view, as they tend to enlarge the intelli
pence and the appreciation, and nt tlio same time?
form tho tnsto of tho pupil, Thev must be studied,
carefully with refcrenco to ihe Innumerahlo marks of'
expression and ornamentation. Upon the minute
accuracy wilh which theso are accomplished de
pends ihoactiml sterling advancement or the pupil)
any evasion or slurring in these respects !s I, ltieand
effort utteily wasted, while, on the other hand, it
close nnd pntinut investigation, nnd open to tne stu
dent tho means and resources by which great artUle
produce their most brilliant sail profound effects.-!
W'atson's Art JounoAL.
in Two Volumes.
Price, each, in Boards, Retail, $2 00
do do in Cloth, Retail, ' 'I 00
A Sample copy set by Mail, post-paid, cn
receipt of Wholesale Price, $1.60.
Published by WM. HALL & SON,
No. C43 Broadway, New York.,
Publishers and Dealers in Music, and Manu
facturers of Flutes, Fifes, Flageolets, io.
Send for cafaloguo of prioes.
June 20, 18U7-6m
WKSjM illillllSSjSWpMMr-JIM
Official Directory.
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Representative in Congress H. S. liUM'Y.
U,.,A 1 1JI l lilitTOV
Representative A. J. SW AIM.
Common Plsiu Jiidirv .1. V. PLYLEY.
Probata Judgo ,H ifEPII KALEK.
Auditor VV. V. FKLTON.
Recorder .IOXATH AN DRINK.
Pi-osoulilig Attorney ARCH I BALD MAYO,
Treasurer - IMVUiKORKMA.N
Clerk of Courts-GICORUK LASTZ.
Biieiin juhb ii.tsHOCKKY
lllvflyor h. c HTEiNunooir.
Coroner WILLIAM b. HKiUINH.
ji.'i i
Im
W I K 1,1AM CliARK,
THO.MAU JIAHHK.
Commiasioner-
MORRIS ALIIAUUiri
Post Offices in Vinton County.
Namofl'ostOrliee. Township. PostMastPf
Allensville
Hope Furnace
Dundas
Efigle Mills
Elk
WoArthur
New Plymouth
Reed's Mills
Swan
Kichlaud J. W lloox
Brown S. D. Egleston
Oliuton f. Isaminger
Fugle Miles Radcliff
Swan I. Reynolds
Elk ' S. N. MoLaughliil
Brown ll. O. Harden
Clinton W Burtshaw '
Swan Wm. Taylor
Elk Oeorge Fry
Wilkes .
Madison J.G.Will
Richland
Vinton Station
Wilkesville
Ztleski
Agatha
Post Offices in Vinton County. Rail Roads.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
RAIL-ROAD.
N and nfter January li, 1807, Trains will runs
J follows:
MAIL EAST
NIGHT EXPRES8 EAST
9:00 P.M. fi 00 ah.
10 17 " T 20
l :js mi. in 40 ''
3 17 12 IB A.N.
3 63 " 12 64 '
4 65 " 2 00
7 17 " 4 85 "
7 S0-' 4 60 "
Depart Cincitinati
" Lovelancl
" Chillicoihe
" Hnmden
" ileski
" Athens
Arrive Marietta
Itelpro
MAIL WEST
NIGHT ISXPKE3S WBiX
Depart Helpre 8 00 a.m. . 9 00 r.il.
" Athens H 37 " 11 60 "
" Zaleski 40 12 68
" Ilamden 10 1A ' 1 31 "
" Chillicolho 1168p.m. 26flA.M. .
' : Lovelnud 3 13 6 2tf "
Arrive Cincinnati 4 35 " 7 4S
Connections mad nt Hnmden with Trains on the
Portsmouth Branch.
Close connections made nt Cincinnati with all
Western Trains; and nt J'arkersburg with the Balti
more and Ohio Rail Road.
OKLAND SMITH,
Master of Transportation. .
Ohillicothe, 0., Jan. 21, 18ti7.
Democratic Enquirer.
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r ive copies, one year, io one rosi umce, o ta
Ten copies, ono year, to one Post OtDoe, lOOO
uur terms require puyment to do im.'io stbiotlt
in auvancs
A failure to live notice or a wish to discontinue at
the close of the time subscribed for, will be consid
ered a new encsgmnent ; nnd no paper will be dis
continued until alter all arrearages ahmi he paid.
PaDers are delivered through the man iree of post
age within the county, and, uiso, free t" subscriber
living in cue county, ous pusiuuico n om oi ine
county. 1 ' -
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the same, make ono square.
One square, one insertion, . II 00"
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ing to tho liberality of the parties. - - -
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acu insertion.
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