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FURNITURE t
,: .,-lT-
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I
li
TAV1NG purchased and completely renovated
ilia
FURNITURE SHOP,
. IN MoAKTHUB,
formerly oecupi.d ? P.1?olh"e!ll.' 1,
spc-tfrllv announce 10 me punuu
keep constantly od baud,, a complete assortment of
CABINET FURNITURE,
suitable for this market, at
OBEATLY REDUCED ,PBICE8,
grttten op In style of workmanshipnot to be excel-
"d by any hopin this section. n
All kinds of -oi km hi line will be neatly and
piouiptlydone oo il low terras.
Of Q kinds done to order ou short notice.
, UNDERTAKING.
ifull supply of -
OOPPINQ
keptoenstantly on hand; and
10 per cent, will be deducted
cn all order for cash down.
-March 7. 1807-tl - P- HOKTON.
DEMOREST'S MONTHLY
-MAGAZINE.
UNIVERSLLY acknowledged tin Model
Parlor Magaiino of Amerioa, devoted to
Original Stories, Poems, Bketenes, Aroni
(-inr and Modal Cottases. Household Mat
lers, Gems of Thought, PersoDal and Literary
Goesip (including special departments on
Fashions,) Instructions on Health, Gymnas
tic Equestrian Exercises, Skating, Musio,
Amusements, cot.; all by the best, authors,
and profusely and artistioally illustrated
with costly engravings (full size,) useful and
reliable Patterns, Embroideries, Jewelry, and
a succession of artistic noveletits, with other
useful and entertaing literature.
No erson of refinement, economical bouse
wife, or lady of taste, can afford to do with
oat the Model Monthly.
Sinela conies. 80 cents; rack numbers, as
fneoimens. 10 cents; either mailed free.
Yearly, $3, with a valuable premium; two
copies, 5 60; three copies, $7 60; fire copies,
$12, and splendid premiums for clubs at $3
ten, witn toe urn premium vo eaon suo-
sciiber.
. 'Address
-. W. JENNINGS DEM0REST,
., . - No. 473 Broadway, New York.
Demorest's Monthly and Young America
together, $4, with the premium to each.
BALLOU'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
t- The Chtapett Magazine in ih Worldl
THIS popular and widely circulated magaslne has
nnw reached an edition uneaualled in this coun
try. Each number is bfnameutad by numerous tine
ngraviuga, and is complete in itself, unbracing a
;roat variety of tales, fketch.es, poems, and illustra
ti articlea, written expressly for its columns. It la
conceded by ail to be the cheapest and bent Maga:
ne in, the world.
TERMS.
ISO a year; seven copies 9 00; thirteen eopies
14.00. single eopies 16 cents. Address
SLLlUil, ItiUHIiS I 'AbUUT,
Boston, Mass.
XlH3TMXINrOTOllJr,l
FIRE ARMS
Sold bj the trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 furniehtd the U. S. Government.
Army Revolver, 44-10(i ln calrlbre,
Paw Revolver, 86-100 In. calibre,
Belt Revolver, ravy Sue calibre,
Pnliee Hevolver, J(avy SlaeciJibre,
Iew Pocket Revolver, 81.100 in calibre,
J'ofket Revolver, . (Rider's pt.SMOo in. calib
kefieatinff Pistol. (Kiliot it.VNo. 22 Meartr'
Vest Pocket tiatot, No. 92, 30, 32 and 41 cartridge,
nun lane, rso. a and i "
Breech Loadmv Rifle. (Beat's) No. 32 and 38 "
Revolving Rifle, 36and44-l00in culibre.
E. REMINGTON A SONS,
O : Ilion, Xe York.
ptts cir a i
Moore Nichols, .
Vm. Heed A. Son,
JeMr-6. GrubbA Co.,
Poultney A Trimble,
Henry Folsom & Co.,
Johnson, Spencer A CoM "
L. M.Rumsey 4 Co.,
Albert E. Crane,
March 21, 1667-ly
AOIITI,
New York
: ' Boston
Philadelphia
Baltimore
New Orleans
Chicago
Si. Louis
San Fransisco
DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS I
SEND your address," wttlt-shimp, fbr sample and
catalogue ot Article fcrTsHlxiU, Married
and Single. All should have them. Address
A. BRIDGES, 74 Uleecher Street, Now York City,
July's, 18D7-3m
TO WNSTnOTIVra-Rev. Edwabd A W;o
, will seud (free ol charge) to all who desire it, the
J inscription with the directions for n-aking and Ha
ng the simple remedy by which he was cured of a
lung aflection and chut dread disease consumption
His only ehjtct Is to benefit the atHicted and he hopes
every sufferer will try Ibis prescription, as it will cost
nothing, and may prove a blessing. Please addiess
KEV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. WPouthHecondStreet, Williamsburg, N. York.
May2, 1867 -If . ,
THF0E1IATI05. Information guaranteed to pro-
1 4i,r.a a li,ii,..unt rim mi h f latt linnn Kalfl KnH
or beardless lace, alio recipe for the reniovnl of
TI 1 nilk.A TJnvInna atx ah tliaabin tanw.
rlITlMie4 iUllf UlUUVlUlir, HIOOAiil,n-
I Ju -.f Alanr BtxA Vmont iful nan nhtnin.
1UK HW "WalllW 'VV Vtcatl auu """'"'I vsm d vvwiar
d without orutfjije by ftddiesBing TKOi K Chatx
m oruUrvi;i va,
T ONG Contributor in the AMERICAN
! WIT 25 cents a year.
' RICHARDSON & C0LL1N3,
81 Nissan St., N. Y,
WBERK tbo Laugh Comes io. The
'"AMERICAN WIT 25 cts. year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS, '
t..' : 81 NaBsau 8t.,N.Y.
rB AMERICAN WIT is a bsppy
Kit. 6.J uip. m jri.
L RICHARDSON k COLLINS.
;;: 81 N ifcsaa St., N. Y,
Asgast I, 1867-Sm '
UJt
Notice.
T&E underslaned has been appointed Admlnis
tor on the Estate of John D. Wilkinson, late of
VintoD county, Ohio, deceased. All persons indebl
ed to the Estate will are requested to make immedi
ate payment; and those havjng claims against the
Estate will present the same duly authenticated to
, lam unaerniiiuou, wt iu.siiw:.
... . " . . HARRISON WILKINSON
Dated September 9. mi -3w
fuVJCK AND AnTJ!
THE REMEDY TO CURB AND PREVENT
Tula uis&ADXi jo
DR. S. O. mcHABDSON'S
SHERRY WINE BITTERS.
The Celebrated New Englaud Remedy for
For Jaundite, Fever and Ague, General D
bility, and all Diteaet aruing from
j)iiordered Stomach, Liver or Bowel,
j ..iMMmMitri h fvKiltn nhv
sicinns of the country, and all who try them pro
,-naw an, 1 1 M'll LJ M It'l'll ..... - - .- 1 .
ounce nim iuti. n.l.
anMhv medicine dealer generally. Prlc
One Collar per bbltle. J. M. HARRIS A CO..
' .'mninnatl. Ohm.
Proprietors for the Southern and Western Slates
For sale by
G. W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArthur, Ohio;
R. S. Wiloox, Hamden, Ohio, and
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden, 0.
ALLEY'S
h V KG' B AXSA M )
v, " roi thi cms of
Consumption, llronchltls
AND ALL DISEASES TIIAT t LEAD TO 11
Such aa Couibs. Necleoted Colds, Paia in
the Chest, and all diseases of the Lungs.
t&Clergymen should use the Balsam, foi
i tWii. Thrnnls.
n.t M la tnlrw4tiff0d I a th anAVrtn a nublil
I.r its merits for positive cure of such disease
.l ..n. l.t,l Thrrrr,inl hm which it
have oeen 'u , K. (h. t.iin..,-,! inr.
Ii.ls as being equal to any prescription that can be
Dais as ori 'S "J Ji..L, r K. ,hi mipal fjnn tv.
made up, ii "'""; 3 r-r- v'
sicians who have become acquainted with its great
success.
a n P.TTinntoriDt it Tits po Eaoal
D H ' -
r.. il. v.nAm.nA fntttTAatiniv lutrnr tVott. Di",
Harris to the Middlebury, VI., Regmler, Nov. 20, '88:
Ma. Eoiioa:- n is oniy iu uu i,""
humanity -nai irei'""" -i' ?' . .v. . .
ble paper to inform the publio what Allen's Lun$
Balsam , sure to do. Two years ago I was attackeo
with a severe cold; it settled in my throat, which so
(fleeted the organs of speech that I could n.,t speak
. . . i. ... waulra T nl. fhron ah fhe winter
Sioua lor-noniij 01. - o . or , .
coughing nighta almostincessautly, with c.ld night
swettcs, wini iiidiw-
to the Bronchial tubes and which kept me coughing
all summer. I wss at Shoreham on a professiona
visit the past October, when the "good Hamsntan
camealong introducing Allen's Lung Balsam into
New England. I procured a bottle Mid took itac-
j. AnI fn.ini immwIiBlA relief.
cora ng w mi w -wiif, - "v"r : , ,
i ... 4i IwI,Iab. whtnh hAR ennrelv cured
nave now uv . " " ' - : -v
me. For the past two years, or during tho tune
. ....I T .in m .l.ia tt nMnaLinafinn. which
the Balsam has almost effectually regulated. No
. :,..- ..u k ailhnnl ihia vnl MahlA medicine.
see by the Western papers that the physicians
uinoinnaii ivtuaio nu v"..
introducing It into their practice, and I have no doubt
ii : v.mD a AiaHi,tl rAmeHiAl Aeent for the
II will iuiiu ivmo - " - . L
cure of all diseases of ihe throat, Bronchial tubes, ana
the lunga. - AATn ij nAnivio, in. v., uvuw,
8 Middlebury, VS., Nov. 16, 1866.
The proprietors ol this valuable Balsam take pleas
ure in calling to 1 1 the attention of all medioine deal
ers, desiring that they procure a supply of Jt,.and
recommend it to their afflicted patrons and friends.
It will stand the test tor merits, as has the celebrated
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
t .-.. I-tMi)iarl In otl rtflVta rtt the Itlhfth-
ited world, nd is vrywherr appreciated nd sought
n'Ui Unicom rViP m.Ia hv most of the leading
Drug lists, and can alaye be had from them, in any
quautity desired, by the country dealers.
H i. N. HARRW CO., Bole Proprietors,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
For sale by
Q. Siseon. Druggist, MoArthur, Ohio,
Dr. J, A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden,
E. 8. Wilcox, Hamdon.
Fever and Ague and Chilli
. tut ' "r
Bct Remedy to Cure
IS '
DAVIS PAIN KILLER.
X)irtclione for itt Vet.
11AKE 3 spoonfuls of the Pain Killer in
about half a pint of hot water,wll sweet
ened with molasses, as ine atiaoa is coming
on, bathing freely the chest, back and bow
els, with the medioine at the same time.
Bepeatthedosein treaty minutes, if the
Brat dose does tiot stop the chill.- Should it
produce omitint, (and it probably' will.) if
the stomach is very foul, take a little Pain
Killer, in cold water, sweetened with sugar,
after each soasm. l'ersevereice in the above
treatment has cured many severe and obsti
nate cases of this disease. .
PAINKILLER Cures Sore
Throat-
A Favorite Medioine with all cissies,
- Is Davis' Pain Killer.
I
F jou nave Painter's Cholic,
use me rain tuuer.
N'
0 Medicine is as popular -
a tne rain riiuer.
T7"EKP tho
Pain Killer . always at
1. hand,
I
F yon have a Cough or Cold,
. use tne rain a.iiierr -
f 00K and not gel caught without bottle"
I j of Pain Killer in the house. '
LET everybody use tho Pain Killer for
Sprains and Bruise .. ..
EVERY sailor should carry a bvttlw of Patar
Killer with hira. . '
REMEMBER, the Pain Killer li for both
Internal and External. -
. The Pain Killer is sold by all the Drug
gists and Dealers in Family Medioines.
v n ..nnrn r,r fi I .! LI.
J. li. llAtVtllO VLf., viumaaau, vuiu,
Agents for the Western States. '- -
For sals by
Q. W. SiBSon, Druggist, McArlbar,
Dr. J. Av Monahan, Druggist, Hamden,
Jt,S. Wiloot, Hamden. :
PURIFY vera BLOOD.
DR. "WEAVER'S
CANKER B SALT BHEUH
For the Curt of -
Canker, 8alt Rehum, Ereysipelas, Sorofulotrs
Diseases, t'utaneaua, ana every Ulna or
disease arising from an impure
; ' ' " state of tho Blood. ' ' 1
Tho most effective BleoA Purifier of tho Niao
teenih Century t
89"Thls Syrup, with tho Cerate, wo will
warrant to cure any hard oast of Old
Sores no matter how long standing, -. -r9Sold
by Druggists. GoneraJlj.-T
For tale by . ;' '
O. W, Sissioo, Drnggist, MoArthur ; '
Dr. 3. A, Monahan, Hamden, - - -R.
8. "Wilcox, riamden. .
Jnly 18, 1867-8ra . -
I
J
ot
J
of.
j
,
An Old Song St) to a New Tune,
. A spring approachei
Ante and Roxeh.ee
From thsir holei come cut,
. And Nice and Sate
J ipite of cat,
Gaily tkip about.
rV . '"(My''
-lA'l'M
"18 years established In N. Y City."
Only infallible) remedies known."
'Free from poisons."
Not dangerous to the human family."
"Rata come out oj their holes to die."
"CostarV Eat, Roach, &c, Extern'
Is a paste used tor Rata, mice, Roaches, .
Black and Red Ants, Ac., Ao,
"Cjstar's" Bed-Bug Exterminater
Is a liquid orwssh used to destroy, tn 1
alaa as a preventit e for Bed Bugs, Ao.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for Insoctf
Is for moths, misquitoes. Fleas, Bed-dugs,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Anirrals, Ac.
mw I I ! Bitwims I 1 1 of all worthless Imitations
sMtSee that "Collar's" name is on each box, bot
tie, and Flask, before you buy
jQTAddreBi HENRY R. COSTAR,
484 Broadway, New lork.
IgrSold In McArthur, by J. 8. Strong
and all-drugglsts and dealers everywhere.
C?LEBEATED
1
For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Boils
Canoers, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipple, Mm
a; nUnA anrl Painful Piles: Scrofulous,
Putrid and Ill-conditioned Sores; Ulcer".
Swellings, Eruptions, Cutaneous Affeotions,
Rin a worm. Itch. torn. Bunions. Chilblains,
&o. ; Chapped Hands, Lips, &o.j Biles of
Spiders, Insects, Animate, so.
fi-Boxes 25 cts., 50 cts., and $1 sizes
v-Rnlit hv all druccifits evert where. x
tTAndby Hihst R. Costaa, Depot 484
Broadway, new I org,
tvaTAnd by J. B. Strong, MoArthur, 0.
COSTAR'S
I'NIYKRSAL
C O R N SOLVES T,
Ta, Prna. Rtininna. Wsrt.4. Aa.
OCT Boies 25 cts., 6t" uta., and $1 eizes.
gtBsold by all Uruggists every wnere.
is-And b Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York.
B&TAnd by J. 0. Strong, woArihur, u.
COSTAS
PEEPA RATION Ot
BITTER S1WE.ET
AKD
0RAI16E SLOSSOBS,
FOR BB AtrtlFJINQ THI COMPLEXION, '
TTao J m .often nrl heautlfv flic skin, remove freck
les, Pimples, Eruptions, Ac. , .
i,adies are now using it id preiwcuuw w u uhui.
Bottles $1.
j0"Sold by all drag gists everywhere.
fiirAnd bv Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New Tork, '
J-And by J. o. Btrong, fliCArtnur, w.
PECTORAIi .
COUGH REMEDY,
For Coughr- Colds. Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influensa, Asthma,
Consumption. Bronchial Affections and all
diseases of th Throat and Lungs.
f-Bottled 25 cts, SO ots, and Jl sues.
gjjSold by all druggists evey where. .
f&TAnd by Henry B. Costar, Depot 481
Broadway, Now York. .
And by J. S. Strong, McArthur ,J0. . .
COSTAR'S
J . CELEBRATED .
0! SHOP Pit IS,
A VVIYEBSAL DUUIXR PILL,
ostion, dyspepsia, bilioutncu, constipation, disci
. . V: ..... A..n.
AWBoxee Mota, toots, 1 slaas. ' :. 'M
siplnM hw all drnirirlsta averTwbere. -
And by Henry R. Costar, Depot 481 Broad
way, New ion;
And by 3. 8 Strong, MoArthur, 0. T
August 1, lS07-nj
3,000 SU SOBIBERS
- IN VINTON COUNTY, '
ro
1 -I
o r
THE GREAT CIVIL WAR
! TBI
TJnltoci Ota-tos,
From IS61 to 1865. (
Having; been appointed Agent for the
Youth's History"kfor Vinton County, Ohio,
( am now prepared to reoelve subscriptions
rotn those desiring this exoellenl and popu.
r work. . Any person desiring to oanvass
my township in Vinton oounty, will please
end for terms at onoe and seourt territory
leforo It is too late.
Agents will be given very favorable terms.
In active Agent can make from $1 to $6
er day.
The Uerman edition of the Youth's History,
whioh has been oalled for, Is also now ready
The work is designed to furnish the youth
if the country a candid and Impartial Histo
ry of the Great War through whleh we have
jmt passed,
From a Democratic standpoint.
The minds of the youth of our country are
being poisoned and mlseducaled 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 pioving themselves to be, shall
be properly portrayed. . The great impor.
tance of a sound juvenine literature has
long been felt and acknowledged, and a
this is the first attempt to furnish it, the
Publishers of the the work Messrs. Van
Evrie, Horton & Co., Ncjr lork respectfully
solicit 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 iu every family in Vic
ten county; or it should be plaoed in the
hands of every cLild, for lie purpose of
giving them a correct idea of- the lute war
and its causes.
It is neatly printed and bound, illustrated
with 15 engarvings, and contains 384 pages,
dividod into 48 chapters. It contains the
likenesses of Generals Lee, Stonewall Jack
son, Grant, McClelian, Sherman, Johnston
Jefferson Davis, Abraham Lincoln, A. H.
Stephens, 3. Wilkes Booth, ha.
( At the Enquirer Printing Office,)
AGENT for Vio'on County.
ULYiTlYEIl DAY & CO., 7
; M ANSFIELD,. OHIO
suKurACTuas '
COOK'S EVAPORATOR,
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
EtTBEKA Cider Mills, : ;
Victor Cans mill,
, Stab Co en Shellib,
' Hobsk Power Forks,
BUNN'S ESQUIMAUX REFRIGRAi"r,
Warner's Sulky Revolving Rake
: DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
Amalgam , Belli, , ' .. -
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
MACHINES, .
And man v other articles in the way of Implements.
T-ol8 and machinery.
PUKE. BO BOO AND IMPHEB HEED, selected
varieties. Send for oirculara. ..
MarcOU.1867 ly ......
STEVENS HOUSE, .
31, 93, 29 k 7f Droadway, IV. T-
1 Oppoeitt Bowling Green,
ON THE xrjBOPEAN PLAK;
rts Sravtxs Hocss is well and widely known
the tiavehng publio. The location is especially
suitable to merchanta and business mem it is
olose ororimitv to the business part ottheeitv
on the highway of southern and western travel and
and adjacent te all the principal Kailroad and steam
boat depots. '
, T Bntni Bovsi hs liberal accommodation for
over 900 jruenU It itftsil. (nnJUhed,. and- possosses
varv anodera improvement for toe oomfort and en
tertainment rjfita inmates. The rooms are spacious'
ad well ventilated-t-provided with gas aud water
trie attendance is cromptand resDeotul. and the table
It generously provided with every - deheaey of the
season at moaeraie rates, i ... . .
- OEO.K. CHA8Z A CO,
" May 23, 18C6-6m) Proprietor.
Sheriff's Sale. --
: 11 state of Ohio, Vmion County. '-
Chrletophor Wmkleman, Plaintiff,
against
William A Pearceand
In court of com.
Plens.
On an Order A
Decree.
T4I7RK1IANT to lite command ol an order and da
-t ci'e in the above cause to me directed from the
court of common Haa ot Vinton uounty, Ohi o, and
to me directed as herifl of said oounty, I will onVr
at publio sale, at the door of the com t house, in the
town of McArthur, in the aforesaid county of Vinton,
on . . . ,
TUESDAY, the mh day oj vciooer,
' A. D. IW1,
of said dav, the follow
ing lands and tenemdnts one equal unaiviaea ami
of the tallowing aescnoea preimsoB u-n.
Commencing at tne Boum-wost corner oi
that part of Out-Lot Number Twenty-five
(25,) in the Town of Wllkesville, in sahl
county of Vinton, owned on the 14th day of
. ..,.,, r, It! I
May, A. V. 18S9, by vuuam v,. uiine, ui
running South-east paralell with the Street
in said Town Fifteen (16) Rods: and thence
South-east Eleven (11) Bods on a straight
angle with said Street; thence Fifteen (lb)
Rods South-west on a paralell with (aid
Sesond Street; thence North west to the
plaoe of beginning oontaining one acrr
nice or less together with the Flouring and
Saw Mills and all other appurtenances on
said land. .
Taken as the property ol William A. Penree to
satisly a judgment and decree of the aforesaid court
infavorofChristophr Winkleman.
Appraised at one thousand six hundred and thirty
three dollars and thirty-three cents and mast bring
two-trurds ot I oat sum. ..... . ,
'1 erma of sale cash in hnnd at the time of sale.
. JOHN J. SHO0KEY,
t-hcrfl Vinton cou ntj , O.
D. b. Tana, Att'y for PPh
September IS, 1S07-5W-18
PROPOSED AMENDMENT
TO THE
CONSTITUTION.
Tht State of Ohio,
Office of ihe Secretary of State,
..
1. William flsnar 8mith. Secretary
Slate of the State of Ohio, do heroby certify
that the following is a true copy of the
joint resolution passed by the General As
sembly of the Siata ot Ohio, on the 6th day
or April, A. D. 1867, taken from the original
rolls on file In this office.
In-Testimony Whereof, 1 have here
unto subscribed my name and affix
L. S.
ed the great Seal of the State of
Ohio, at Colubus. Ihe tin day of
April, A. I). 1887.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
- Secretary of State.
A RESOLUTION
Relative lo an Amendment nf the Constitu
tion, providing for the extension of the
. elective franchise: .
Reeolvtd ly the- General Aestmlly of the
State of Ohio, (thftc-fifths of the members
elected to each House agreeing thereto,)
That it be and Is hereby proposed to the
electors of this State to vote at t be next annual
October election, upon tho upproval or rejec
tion of the following amendment as a sub
stitute for the first teotion or me nun Arti
cle of the Constitution of this Stat, to-i
Everv male citizen of the United Stntcs
Ihe age of twenty one years, who shall havej
been a resident of the State one year
next proceeding tho election, and of the
county, townehip, or wurd in whioh
he resides, sucii time as may ue pro.
vided by
, . i. un i,.-
law, except such persons as have
borne arms in suDDort of any iunurrection or
rebellion azainst the eovernment of the Uni-
. .. - . , . .i..!. i .
tea States, or nave nea .iroin uur
residenoelo avoid boingdrafted into the
itary service thereof, or have deserted the.
, .:,i rnmpni
military or naval service of said government
I a lime 01 war, ana nave uu iiv
been honorably discharged from the same,
shall have the qualifications of an elector
aud be entitled to vote stall elections.
ED. A. PARR0TT,
Spealr of the House of Repretentativee.
ANDREW O. McBURNKV,
rretident of the Senate.
Passed April6, 1867.
April 1, 1867.)
(6m
Sheriff's Sale.
State of Ohio, Vinton County, I).
It. M ilos, Halatilf, 1 In court common prcai
Si-aiant ' V Ou Vc-ndi Execution.
J. A. Gibbous, Defendant.
PURSUANT to the command 01 a veuui xiecu
tion in the above cuuso iasueJ from the court of
common plensofthe county of Vinton, and to me
uireciea as ."nerin 11 saia cuuuiv, x u,"tio.
side, at the doorofthe Court ilutiao, in tho fowu of
MoArthur, in said county, en
MONDAY, the 30th clay of September,
A. V. 1867,
stfhehonroflo'elock r. M 0' said day, thoone un
divided equal half of the following lands ana tene
ments, tn-wit:
Pait of the rsortn-west liiiariT ni Bccvinn mmum
Thirty six (W,) Township Bl'jv.fln (11. Haug. S xteen
(18,) bainiir one Rod rionlbnf the Wst Abutm'n
of the K. R, near the South-east corner of the Vil-
Ingeol New PlvmouthT- Vinton county, unioi
thence South Ei glit (8) Rods; tUence East Seven (7)
Kodsi thence worm east eeven ji) noan; uniiiui.
Ten (10) Hods, to tne place or peginning, oonuiiiuiig
one-half acre more or less; also, m'tlcding a certain
Mill beloninng aud attached to stia uesonoea prem
ises. ... ., ,
Taken as the property of J. A. Gibbons to satis y
a jndgmentof said court in fnvor of B. R Milei. -
Appaisea at (our oiuunu uoiibi. ..i ww.,
two-thirds of that sum. ....
Terms ofbale oastt in nana.
- . JOHN J. BflOCKEY.
BherirT Yintoa County, Ohio.
W, Mabk, Att'y for Plt'ft
August , 1887-6W . 1 . -
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Notice.
"IXTILLIAM tRAWFOHD, whose place of resldenoe
is unknown to the petitioner, James Crawford,
will tike notice that tne saia james urawioru wi
county ot Jnckson, in ih State or umo.aic.on tne
oth JnrvTjRnanrj, A-. t. 16, file his petition Jo
county of Vinton, in said State, attainst the said
the court of common pleas within and ror ins
William nrawftirH. And one George Hnrtlev. defend
ants, setting forth that the said William Crawford
gave a mnriRnge to tne saia ueorge naniej un ma
West half of the North-east Quarter and the East
half of the North-west Quarter of Section Nnmher
Thirty-four (N5. 84,) Township Number Ten (No.
10,) of Range Number Nineteen, (No. 19,) containing
One Hundred and Sixty (100) acres of land more or
less, and aittnte in Vinton county, Ohio, to secure the
payment orsTfUio, according to certain now r
Ferred to in said mortffaee. and that since the giving
of said mortgage and before the filing of said petition
the said George Hartley, for a valuable consideration,
AmnHaaaa tn the said Jamee Crawford,
and nmtinir thai asid William Crawford mav pav (he
said sum named in said note with interest thereon'
ft-nm th 7th rfnv of December. 1862. or that said
nrimiiM nut fw. solrf to' nav the same t and the
said William Crawford is notified that he is required
to appearand answer said petition on or before the
third Saturday after the 3d day of October next.
, . ,i ira l,n , ill C, . II f.
By W. K. Hasvikos, his Att'y. '
August 23, 1867-Svr , - ; ,; ; . ! .
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in
is
SHERIFF'S SALE. ;;..'
State of Ohio, Vinton dunly: '. , .
Shades A Beynolda Y In oourt of common pleat.
against , .'
Mnlhlaa Hjunrenrth. 1 Vend! nrdor of sale.
"PURSUANT to the command of a vendi order of
-a- sale in the above cause issued irom tne court oi
common pleas of said Vinton oounty, and to me di
rected as BheriB of said eonnty, 1 will ofler at public
saleatthe door of the Court House, In the Town of
McArthur, in said county of Vinton,' on L -
Wednesday, the 25ih day of Sepetmbor,
A. D. 1867,.. .
at the hour of 1 o'oclook r. m. ot said day, the follow-
Inif nd I AnamentA. to-wit:
In-IiOt Number Thirty (No. 30.) in the Town of
McArthnr, Vinton county, Ohio. . '
Taken as the property of Mathias Hamswortbto
sauslyaiuchimeutofsaid .eonrt in fcvor of Shades A
Reynolds, o . " ' : '" ' 1 r'- '' - ;' '
Appraised at three hundred and nfty dollars and
must bring two-thirda of that sum, .
Terms oi sale cash in hand. -
! ... eherlff Tin ton county, Ohio.
T. Shades, (n person, -
August 22, l7-tt
. ftmo ; from $80. , .r
$100
CREAT CHXWCE TO MAKE MONEY
-i-volinirasmir Aaerrts tir t.'ie ssieoi ?s r
Y actinerna onr Aeerrts frr t.'ie ssieot H i K n-
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Official Directory.
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
clerk of Uouiis-GEORGE LATZ.
mil.8heri-iOHi J.hho( KliY. .
Surveyor . O BTKl3bR0(iK.
I Corouur ttlLLlA.M I). lilUtil.N'S.
rwil,tjIAM CLARK,
Representative in I'oncress H. 8. BUJJJLiT. .
Suite Semuor .1. BRADLtURY.
Representative A. J. SW AIM.
Common I'lsns Judge J. P. PLVLEY.
rronaie juuue .luaji'ti rk.ixrjn.
.HilnPwl.. kmvon.
Recorder JONATHAN BRINB.
ProsoutingAtiorney-AROHiliALD MATO,
Treasurer mviuruKKMAK.
commissioner iriu.MAb MAtiEE,
(MORR19 ALBA UGH.-
Post Offices in Vinton County.
JfumtofPo'it Offlcc, Township. Post Master
AllettSfiile Kioliiand T.Wilooi
Hope Furnaco Brown S. 1). EgleMon,
Dundns Clinton S, Isnminger
Engle Mills Eagle Miles Radoliff
lk , Swan 1. Reynolds
McArthur Elk , J. N. McLaughlin
New Plymouth llrown U. O. MarJcn
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Swan Swan . Win. Taylor
Vinton Station Elk Gcorgo Fry
Wilkesville . Wilkes
Z'licslii Madison J. 0. Will
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Post Offices in Vinton County. Rail Roads.
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Athens 4 65 " 00 " ,
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Arrive Cincinnati
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Portimnuth Branch.
Close connections mado at Cinomnatl with all
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Chillicothe. O., Jan. 24, 1867.
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