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GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I
TTAVING purchased and completely ''W
11 the
FURNITURE SHOP,
IX MoAUTHUK,
forrrerlTnrriip'.d by F.. V. Ttothwell.) woiflrl re-
CABINET FUflNITUBE,
amiable for this msrket, at
mip. T1. Y REDUCED PRICES,
(rotten up in tv) of vtorfcmanshipnot to be excel
aii kiml.nf work n In- line will be neatly ana
pi ompily doue od very low terms.
27 vi ruins
CI all kinds done to order on short notice.
UNDERTAKING.
A full supply of
kontoonstantlyon hand; and
10 per cent, will be aeauciea
i
on all orders for cash down.
Mareh7,V8"7-tl
P. H0RT0N.
DEMORESTS MONTHLY.
MAGAZINE.
rTNTVERKLLY acknowledged the Model
I Parlor Maritime of America,
i
n.-;;.,ul KtnriH8. Poem". Skeiohes. Arclii
ei, ire and Model Cottages, Household .Mat
ters, Gems
a of Thought, l'ersonal and Literary
iucluding special dep.rtn.ei IS on
) Instructions on Health, Gymnns-1
Gossip (i
tioEqueatrian Exerc ses, f kanng
Amusements, eot. j all by il.e best, .unon
neor.iaelv and artistically ill atrated
with costW eneraings (full sixe,) useful and
Pliable Patterns, Embroideries, Jewelry, and
succession of artlstio noyelelits, w:ln
ja, and enterta tig literature
N: personrfr,fi,,.n,.Dt, economical house-lco
Hife, or lady of laste, can afford to do with-
0ut the Model Monthly. ,
Single copies, 8U cents; phc nun o0,
specimens, 10 cents; either mailed free
eoS $6 50; three copies,7 50; fi.e copies
$12, and splendid premiums for olubs at
each, with the first premium to eacu buu
SCliher.
Address
W. JENNINGS DEMtiKtM,
No. 473 Broadway, New York.
Demorest's Monthly and Young America
tot ether, $4, with tlie premium to each.
BALLOU S MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
The Cheapen Muguzine in the World!
mniS rorularand widely circulated mngnaine has
I ' . . ... nnannalle.1 i n t llltt Of tlln
I n'W reaunei u i ----
iTi Each numlier ia hrnamented by nuineroiiB line
engravings, and is compl. le in itself, enibr;cii.
rent vancty uf tales, sketches, ptx-liif, and illuMra
tej articles, written expressly lor us columns. It
conceded by all to be the cheapest and bes. Maa
stnemtheworld. TERyig
1 in n yew ; seven copies ft 00; thirteen eopies
16 00. single copies l.i cents. Address
ELLIOT 1, lUOMEb & TALUOT,
liuHion. Mass.
FIRE ARMS
tnUl bj the It ade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 urniihed the U. S. Government.
Army Revolver,
Navv Revolver,
Belt Revolver,
Police Revolver.
Sew Pocket Revolver,
44-inb :n. ealrihre.
ao-UK in. calibre,
Navy Size calilire,
Nsvy Slieci.htire,
SI.KHi in calibre,
Pocket Revolver,
(Rider's pt.31.UHi in. call1
Rerjeatinz pistol,
(Elliot pt.) No. tl ft 2i cartage
Vtst ochet t-lstol.
No.V2,:tO. :iiand 41 cartridg
Gun Cane,
No. tl and 31
Breech Loading Rifle, IBeal's) No. a2and 38 "
hivolvmg KifleT 3 and "-Mm calibre.
E. REMINGTON & SONS,
Won, New York,
rimcilAi
Moore A Nichols,
Win. Reed Aon,
Jo. C. trntirit Co.,
Poiiltner Trimble,
Henry Fnlaom A Co.,
Johnson, Spencer A Co,,
L. M.Rumsev A Co.,
Albert E. Crane,
Alarchiil.lstiT-ly
AOIIII.
New
Boston
Philadelphia
Baltimnr
New Orleans
Chicago
St. Louis
San Fronsisco
DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS I
SEND your address, with stamp, for sample
catalogue ol Articles for Young and i dd, Married
and Single. All should have them. Address
A.BHllOE-i,7 Bleeoher Street, New YorkCity,
JulylS, 18i7-3m
TO C0N3TJMHrVES,-Rev. Edward A. Wilson
will eud viiea i ciiarge) to all who desire it,
niMonnlinii wil h the directions tbr aking and
In it thesimole rem by which he was cured ol
lung affection and that dread disesse consumption
n,.,nl. hi.f t it. henetii the attlicted and h liuiiei
every snffcrei will tiy this prescription, asii will
nethiug, and may prove a messing, riesse snuicoo
RKV WiWARU A. WILSON,
No. 105 South Second Street, Wiiliainnbur, N. York.
May2,lii7 -ly
TirrnnwiTTflW IraVirmntion suaranteed to
X-yuce a lUiUnHiit growth ol hair upon a bald
er beardless lace, also a rwipe for the removal
Km pies, Hlothea, Eruptions, etc., on the skin,
ing thesajne slt, clear.anu lieautiful.cau be obtain
ed without charge, by adaiessint; 'iaua F. Cuifmam,
ili Broadway, New York.
T QNG Cnntiibotoi io the AMERICAN
" WIT 25 oenu year.
RlCliAllDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nassau St.. N. Y.
WHERE the Lugh Comes io. Tb
AMERICAN WIT 25 ot. a year.
. RLCllAllPSQN it COLLINS.
81 Nafgattbl-N.y.
fTHE AMERICAN WIT is bH'i
m
Lit. ZD Oi. a yfr.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
81 a umbo St., N. Y.
Anguit 1. 18G7-3ra -
Notice.
T;iE undesigned has bceu appointed Adminls
lor on the E state of John D. Wilkinson, late
Vinton county, Ohio, .leceasvd- All persons in debt
4 to the Estate will are requested to make mimi
ateuavmenit and those lmvin olaim sgtinst
Estate will present the same auly autneiitisstea
Ihe underiiiimed, tor.allowanca. - -
HARRISON W1LKINS0S.
Dated September . Vt7w
I
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,
;
to the hionchinl tube and winch
all hhore.-jj
oluer,riime along introducing Allen's
.
.
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York
and
the
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pro
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r.,VISK AND AUUli! I
TIIE REMEDT TO CORE AND PRETEST
THIS DISEASE 19
DR. 9- O. BlCU BOSON'S
SHERRY WIRE BITTERS.
The Celebrated New England Remedy for
For Jaundice, Fever and Ague, Central D
lilitu. and all Diuaiei aruwg run
liiordtred Siomack. Liver or Buwtlt.
Thev are need and rwominended by lending phy
sienmsonheeonn'ry. and all who try mem jji"
. ;...ia.ul.la
They hit old by medicine dealers generally. Prlci
On Hollar per Doitie. " "" ''
Proprietors for the Southern and Western Slatet
For saie tj
G. W.8isson, Druggist, Mc Arthur, Ohio;
K. 8 Wilcox, Hamden, Ohio, and
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Hamden, 0
ALLEN'S
e fJ N O BALSAM,
lot tbb etiti or
Consumption, Rronchitiw
AND ALL DISEASES THAT LEAH TO I
Such as Coughs, Neglected Colds, Pain I
the Chest, and all diseases of the Lungs.
kss-darffvruen should use the Balsam fo
their Throats.
l.nAitnarl tA it emftiatMfl T Dll Dl
'i',:"7t;n,eritforpo,,tTernreof anch.iie
f.,iiv tested. The fnrmu'a from which it l
nrenare.l t" 10 bv 11 e ' Tu
L',1 kmaeaiial to anv nre-cription thAt can ni
n.ad7npr"eh diseases; by the medical f, cult.
S,?. o. ' consentient v. recommend, d hy ph.
sicTanswho have become acquainted wilhiLgrea
i T7 . 1
success.
4- .n Rvnerfrtrani It P ro r.iyint
Wecnpr the toiiowing in n.-.m, .r,.r, ....... .
I Ma. Edit..: - It i only to subserve the interests
nnrnlnthMlrtillenrV. VI., HfKi.ier, ,..., ..
humanity that I req.irat akhort epaee i i
blepaper t-nnl
t'ollo.' 'I'w'o years ago I was attacke.
wtlh H TerfOldr it settled in inv throat, which "
d .he or;-- SKK
-iTn
h ,rptt,ecl Ir-iti
co..ghing.nih.?jd;no
sweats, un inor"iiu ,.. ...., -. -
am on a nrofeaaionn'
the "tiood hamaritau'
f Unlj.nl llltn
tiir introducing Aliens uuiiK nn....
New England, i procured ' i r."t,.f l
Fur lhe pn-t two years, or during the time of
I my f; 'bXAZ
; wlthoia tlll8 Tai,rble medicine I
' b , W e,u..n paper-that the phy-icians of
m
cure of nil di.ea-es nfihe throat, Bronchial tnhea,anu
tl, liinvs. KATH'L H AKKI-N I. '
. Dentist,
Jiddlebury, eJ.. N
Nov in, 11)6.
The proprietors ot this valuable Halam aka plean
ore in calling to t the attention of all medicine deal
era, desiring that thev procure a supply of it. and
Jecominend it to .heir alliicted patron- and friends
It wi" stand theteta lor merits, as has the celebrated
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
which ha been introdue.l to ail pans oi
rterl world, and is .v-rywhere appreciated and sui ight
aerr T e Bahain is for sale by" most of the leading
Drug and can alway be had from them, in any
ouautity desired, by the countiy dealers.
q 5 J. N. HARRIS 00., Sole Proprietors
UlUClUlltui, i.,v..
For sale bv "
G. YY. Sieson. Drugtilst, Mc Arthur, Ohio.
Dr J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Uamdnu,
B. S. W iicox, Uatuden. , . ,
Fever and
Ague
and CbllU
to Cure
THC
Best Keinedy'
IS
DAVIS' ' PAIN
KILLER.
Dtrcfion for itt Vt.
TAKE 3 spoonfuls of the Pain Kil'er In
about half a pint of hot, water.well seet.
ened with molasises, as the aitack'is coming
on, bat-ninit freely the chest, back and bow
.i. .ith the medicine at the same nine.
ih done in twenty minutes, if the
.""J""" ----- ..... R1,i,i
aMt a.b does i.ol siou inc -'""
u,c. . ..tl. ..inn
produce tomiting, (ami it prooao.y
tr;it, in rol l water, sweetened wnn sugar
IIC DIUUiovu w - j r
after each spasm Perseverence in Ihe above
trealBient has cured many sevCTe auu uum
rule cases of ihis disease.
. .. l l..sl
t-v ainkilLER Cures Sore
I Throat
A Favorite Medicine with all classes.
. Is Davis' Pain Killer.
I
F jou have Painter's Cholie.
Use the Pain Killer.
N
0 Medioine is as popular - .
As twrain o-uier.
KEEP the Pain Killer always
hand.
IF jou have a Cough or Cold,
Use the Pain Killer.
O0K and no get caught without a bottle
of Pain Killer in the Douse.
IET everybody use the Pain Killer for
j Sprains and Bruises.
EVERY sailor shouldtarry a bottle of Pain
Killer with Mm.
REME.MBEK, Ihe rain ivtiier is lor oom
Internal and External.
The Pain Killer is sold ly all the Drug-
gists and lieaiers in r-niiy niouioiuv..
... . n n rr, a. rr - ! : n n , ! HktA
J, fl. IIAanio 04 J'I., viuuiuunn, vm
Agents for the Western States.
For sale hy
O W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArthur,
Dr. J. A. Monahan. Druggist, Hamden,
R, 8. ilcox, Hamden.
P13HJFY YOUR BLOOD.
DR. WEAVER'S
CAUKER-8SALT BHEDM
tor ik Cure of
Canker, 8alt Rehum, Ereysipelas, Borofulous
Diseases. Cutaneous, auu every aiuu i
disease arising - from an impure .,
i sat of the Blond,
rhe most effective Blood Purifier of the Nine
teenth Centuy I
j-Thii Syrup, with the Cerate, we will
varrant to eure any hard case of Old
-ores no matter bow long standing.
terSolr) by Drugisti GeDerallj."!
For rale by w ,
O. W.Sission. Druggist, MoArthur;
Dr. J- A. Monahan, Hamden,
2K.9. Wileox, Uamdra.
July 13, 1867-m
An
at
,
",'
Old Song bmo a New Tune
At tyring approachei
Anil and Kny.chti .
Front th'ir hotel com out,
And Mice and Rati
In ipUe of caff,
Gaily ikip about.
MS yearn Mtabliehed in N. V City "
"Only inlalhbie rem-'diea known."
"Free from poi-one."
Not dn(iei oua to the human family.
"Rata come outoltheir holea to die."
Costar's" Eat, Koach, &c, Exterra'
la a name ued lor Rate, mice, Roachel,
lilac k and Red Anta, 4o., to.
C star's" Bed-Bug Exterminator
la a liquid orwaah ued to destroy, and
alaa h. a ureventive for Bed Bugs, 4c.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for Insect
la for moths, misqnitoea, Fleaa, Bed-dnga,
IntectB on I'lante.NFi wla, Anitra!a, c
mm- i i i .. I 1 ! nf all worthless t-nitatinn
-See that "Ci.fturV name It on each box, but
le, hnd Flask, before you buy . , '
tey-Addre8 IIENHV R. COSTAR,
484 Broadway, New York
SV8ftlrf in AlcArlhur. by J. 8 Slron
and all druggist and dealers eterywhere
"COSTAB'S"
CELEBRATED
BUCKTHORN SALVE,
Pnr Cuts. Burns. Bruises, Wounds, Foil
Cancers. Broken Breasts, fore Nii pl"- l,le'
din. Blind and Painful Piles; Scrofulas,
P'ttrid and Ill-conditioned Sores; Ulcer
Swellings. Eruptions, Cutaneous Affections,
Rintrwnrm. Itch. Cjrns. Bunions, Chilblain
n Thinned Hands. Lien. &0.'. UilS Of
Rniders. Inseds: Animals. &0,
fiffl-Boxes 25 cts., 50 cts. and 81 sizes
JSTSold by all diuggifts eiery where.
JtaTA'ul by Hunrt U. Custab, Depot 484
Broadway, New York,
toTAnd by J. 8. Strong, MoArthur, 0.
COSTAR'S;;
TJNI ERisAL ',
CORN SOLVE N T,
For Corns, Bunions, Warts, A3.
WBoxesK cts., Wets, and SI sites.
ioySold by all D uggmts every wnere.
loTAiid by Henry K. Costar, Depot .484
Broadway, New York.
JSTAud by J. 8 Strong, Me.trtnnr, u.
CJOSTASS
PREPARATION OF
BITTER SVEET
' ' t An 1
CHANGE BLOSSOMS,
POU BSAUI IFxINQ THE COMPLEXION.
Used to soften and beautify the skin, remove freck
les, Pimples, Eruptions, tc.
Ladies are now using it iu prerei
go?" Hot ties $1. ,
ggJ-Sold by all druggists everywhere.
goy-Aod hy Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
BroalwayrNew York, 1
gAnd by J. . Pirong, aioAnnur, u.
COSTAB'S
PECTORAL
COUGH RE IV! EB Y ,
For Cough, Colds. Hrarsenss,8ore Throaf,
Croup, Whooping Cntigh, Iofluenia. Asthma,
Consumption Brnnohial Affections and all
diseases or the Throa and Lungs.
gtS-Bottles 25 els, 50 ots, and $1 sties.
t-Sold by all druggists eve? where.
StSrTAud by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway New York.
And by J. 8. Strong, MoArthur,,.
COSTAR'S
CRLF.BKATXD
BISHOP PILLS,
A TJfIVelt8AL DINKXa PILL,
For nervous and sick Headanhe, eosliveness, Indf
. i rfu,ii. nilloutDOSs. constiostion, diar
rhea, colics, chills, levers, aud general derangement
ol the Digestive Organs. - -
ur Boxes l cts, soots, tlslme. ,
tfaTBold by all druggists eterywhere.
And by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484 Broad
way, New York; ' ' '
And by J. 8 Strong, MoArthur. O. t .
AnguK l,tMT-m
L .... '"r
v-oitVs
-on
i.
.
A
i
tie
of
WAITED I
3,000 SUBSCRIBERS,
IN VINTON COUNTS,
ro
o r
fllEOUEAT CIVIL WAR
if tat
United States,
From IS61 to 1S65.
TUvwo been appointed Agent for the
History" for Vinton Couny, Ohio,
an now prepared to receive subscriptions
those desiring this sxoellent and popu
.rwork. Any person desiring to canvass
m township In Vinton oounty, will please
.n( for terms at onct and secura territory
efcre it Is too late.
igents will be given ery favorable terms,
antive Agent can make from 4 to J6
ie' day.
. -
Jhe German edition of the Toutb'a History,
jhich bas been called for, is also now ready.
The work is designed to furnish the youth
the country a candid and impartial Histo
f the Great War through whieb we have
jLt passed,
rrora a Democratic standpoint.
:he minds of the youth of our country are
Ling poisoned and misedaceied by the false
.nd nartlal histories of the Abolitionists,
r
,nd it Is of great importance for the welfare
.four country that the real Disunlonlsts, ss
ihey are now ptovlng themselves to be, shall
properly portrayed. The great impor-
tance of a sound juvenine literature bas
long been felt and acknowledged,, and as
this is the first attempt to furnish it, tte
Publishers of the the work Messrs. an
. . . . mm
i
Svrie, Horton & Co., New York -respectfully
solicit the encouragement of the publio, and
the assistance of the Democratic press. It
just such a book as ought to forma part
the small library in every family in Vin
ton county; or it should be placed in the
bands of every child, for the purpose of
giving them a correot idea of the laic war
and its causes.
It is nestly printed and bound, illustrated
i
with 15rnearviogs, and contains 884 pages,
divided Into 43 chanters. It contains the
likenesses of Generals Lee, Stonewall Jack
son, Grant, MoClelian, Sherman, Johnston
Jefferson Davis, Abraham Lincoln, A. II.
Stephens, J. Wilkes Booth, &e. ,
Fried 01.3O.
At the Enquirer Printing Office,)
AGENT for Vin'oo Coooty
ULYlUlEU, DAW At CO.,
MAMsFlELD, OHIO
AitlJrACTcaa '
COOK'S EVAPORATOR,
' EUREKA CUTTING BOXES, ,J
EOBEKA ClDKB MlLLB,
i Victoh Can Mill,
i , . SfAB CORN fcHELLKB,
, , HoBbf Power Kobks,.
BONN'S ESQUIMAUX REFRt GAi""r,
Warner'8 Sulky Revolving Rake
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
' Amalgam Belli,
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
MACHINES,
And many
other articles in the way of Implements,
T nls and machinery. 1UM.- ,TTn
PU E SOIhi AND 1MPHEE SEED,
varieties. Mend Tor circulars.
Marcfil,l7-lr .
selected
STEVENS HOUSE,
- sa v
31.
93,
OpiJOsif Bowling Oreen,
ON THB KOBOPBAU PLAN. '
mHFTivs'H Osl we' widely tnow.n.,
T trf. t,ve"mg mblic. The location is eapec.ad;
A.'?r VJ . m.rei!anta and bus ns men; it is
T,8b itv w ihe bnsine.s part ot the e.ty-i.
uU"? 'T, -nJaotithernand aestem travel-an-
R"lr"danJ
Iffavass Hotiss has hlieral accommodation fo-7ierts-Sl
"well furn shed, and po""'.
over Sou guesis . ( oomfort ta tn
eiery modern Improvement ior .pwjious
teruunment eftf .rlTMrt water-
il generously pr"- -
season
r .oTk" - CHASE .& CO,
May23,'i868-6) Proprietor
to
at
RUflMft'a SjiIp I
- State of Ohio, Vinton County. .
ChrlseopherWinkleman, PiaintirT.Unconrtorcom. ;
against I . fleas. ,
William A I'carce and Vn " uruer i
Cnmnrl V. DoOge, Deienrents. ;
PUKrUANT to the command ol an order and de
cree it. the above cause tome directed from the
eourt of common Has ol Vinton county, Ohio, and
. . ..J ......u f unll nlh.f
me aircciva as neriu
public aj, atthedoorof li-'oui no,HA'n ln i
town of MoArthur, in the aforesaid county or Vinton,
TUESDAY, theYbthday of October,
A. D. 18u7.
, tV.k....ntl .lln.,lf. nt HHlH dnV. tllC follOW-
tnglinds and tenemdnis oneiqiial undivided hair
of the lulluwiug descrtbad premises to-wit:
tpiiitiicuoiug at liiu Doum-wcst Kuiuoi v.
that part of Out-Lot Number Tweniy-flve
(25,) in the Town or W'i ikea ville, iu Slid
county of Vinion, owned ou the 14 h day of
. r. men L U tl I... P fltnA Alt, I
iay, a, v. toua, vj " " -
runntaff Souih-east. paralell with the Street
in said Town Fifteen noas; anu meuco
South-east ElevcB (11) Bods ou a suaigm
angle with said Street ; thence rilteen (ipi
Kods South west on a paraieu witu
Sesond Slreei ; thence North wesl to me
plaoe or beginning coniauung ouo "
nio'S or less together wi.h the Flooring aud
Saw Mills aud all other appurtenauoes on
said land. ,
Taken as the property of William A. Pearee to
satisfy a judgment aud decree of the aforesaid court
in lavor oi i nnstupti.r muiKwiiiriu.
Appraised at one tliousund six hundred'snd thirty
three dollars ano thirty-three cents and must bring
two-thirds of that sum. ...... , ,
'lerms of lale-cash In band at tne time ni sum.
JOHN J. SUOCKEY,
rlierd Vinton county, 0.
D. h. Tana, Atfyfor PI'B.
Sepiember U, l-ti7-fw-ltl
PROPOSED AMENDMENT
TO TBI
CONSTITUTION.
The State of Ohio, 1
Office of the Secretary of State.
1, wn'UAH rticNKY Smith, Secretary of
Slate of the blate of l)hio, do hereby cortify
that the following Is a true copy of H e
joint resolution passed by the General As-
seaibly OI tne oiate oi mho, on v v
of April. A. U. 1867. laken from the original
rolls on file in this office.
In Testimony Whereof, I have here
unto subscribed uiy name and affix
L. S.
ed the great Seal of the State of
Ohio, at Colubus the 6th day of
April, A. t 18U7.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
Seoretury of State,
A RESOLUTION
Belatlve to an Amendment of the Constitu
tion, providing for the extension of the
eleoiie franchise:
Retolvtd by the General Ammbiy oj tne
State of Oh t, (thvee-tililis or me uiemoers
elected to each House BgreetHg thereto.)
That il be and is hereby proposed to mo
eleoto's of ihis Stale to vote at the next annual
October election, upon the approval or rejeo
tion of the fo'.lwitig amendment as a suo
s'itute forlhefirst ectilb or the fifth Article
of the Constitution of this Si 'K io-wi'.:
Every male cinien of Ihe tinted Matus, oi
the ago of twenty one years, who sunn
been a resident of tne Mate one year
next preceeding the election, and ot ine
county, township, , or w nu m
- . ., .. .. Ka rtiA-
he resides, sucn time as
vided by law, except such persons as have
borne arms in support of any insurrection or
--Loll;,,,, nirainat the eovernineiit of the I ni-
ted Slates, or have fled from their places
-cinennetn svuid bei n B drat ted into the mil
liarr service thereol. or have des-rted the
milit.rv nr niival rervice of said govei nineiit
ia lime of war, and have not subsequently
bee., bnnorablv ( scliarged Irom . tue sin
.k.u h,..tli. nnulincaiions of an elector
and be entitled Ij vote at all elections.
E!. A. PARHOTT,
Speahr of the Iloutt of Representative!,
ANDREW O. McUU.lNKY,
Resident of the Senate
Passed April 6, 13G7. ("
April S.1867.J
Sheriff's Sale.
State of Ohio, V i,ton
B. B. Miles, 1 hunt. d,
County, is.
1 1n court comnon
pleas.
n,linit OU VlllUl fijeoiliius.
J. A.lili"ads, I'eieinini". j
PiJUSU.t.NT to tho ennnnan I of a Vend! rixeeu
tion in the above canso issi od Ir-int tlm court
i... t-i..,,,n n,rl In
common piensoitnw union yui -...,
a i.uii.h .a m,r, f jiviI i-onniv. 1 wiil oiler a PU
snle. at the d'vimftlte Court lloute, in tho Toiv.i
MONDAY tho 30th day . f September,
A. V. 18t)7,
at Ihs hour o'l o'clock P. nfsai.l .lay. tnconenn
nvidru e U il bull ot tl.e loiiow.n j inu'is "
nients, to-nii: v...i-
Pnit i.f the N'rth-e-t ijiiat-ter ni nv, ;.,.
Thirty six fill ) Town-nip ven (11. !; xwn
(10,) be-'iniunt one boil wmih 'Mhe Wf lb
of the It. It , ii-iir t South-ent cor iei ol "
ol New .'Km mil, V into i oounty, oinoi
thence South Eu-'h' ') K'sls; i-enco fcast fi-ven
Hods; theme IV rt east seve-i ic n"'i-, "i-i;-.-
Tan (I") Rod', k ih" plwe of beginning, conoi nm
ono-hall a. re more or less; al.o, includ ug a certum
be onmng and a tacbed In sua uescriu- pic...-
'"". ken as the property of J. A. (libbnns to Satisly
a judgment of said ourt in futor of 13. K Hue.
J . . j . ,....i..u.i n,.u ntul iiiiist br
App -l-ea at itinr iniiiuicu
two-tli ids oiihat sum.
Term.ofsale-o.sl. in w j ea0KFX
Pheritf Viutou County. Ohio.
Vs. MAitK.Atey fbr Plt'fl
August , 18i)7- w
Notice.
WILLl AM CRAW FdltO, whose place of residence
' is unknown to the pet tioner, Jarr.es Crnivlord,
will tike notice that the said James Crawford of
county ol .bicksnn, in theStnte of Ohio, dtron
Jilth day of Jsnnary, A. O. lfl, file hs peiiti.m
the rnnrt of common pleas within and ror
-oitntyof Vinlo-i, jn said-Ptate, againat the
William Crawford, an I one G-orge Hartley, defend
ants, setting forth that the said W illiam Cinwlord
eave a montage to the said (ieorae Hartley on
Wes half of the Noi th-enst Quarter and the
half oftne North-west Quarter of Section Number
Thirty'out(N-i, S4, 'lo' nsiip Nnniber Ten
10.) of Range NiimberNi et -n, (No. Ill,) containing
One Hundred an.l 'Xv I 61) teres m land more
le,andsiliine in Vinton co infy.Oliio, io secure t'
payment ol'tTP oo, nccordiiu Io a certain note
to in said mortgage, and thai since the giving
ofsaid 'mortgage and before the filing of said ,eti i
tne said George Hartley, for a valuable consideration,
assigned sanf mortgage to the said .Inrpes orawlord,
assigned sai
and praying that said William urawroru may imy
lant sum nnnieu io si i"""- """""' ., r
irom the i7th day of December,. 18U2. or that
premises may Is? sold to pay the same ; and
liaid William Crawiord is notified that he isretUired
to appear and answer said petition on or beiore
.hird'saturda, afier the 8d --""
; By W. K. Hastivos, his Att'y.
August 23, 18ti7-ew 1
Notice. NOTICE
tO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
u
ti$SE& m Wk Town-hip, V.uton conn
ly, Oluo.on .
doNDAY, the 1st Day of Ootober, A.
1867, '
,t 1 o'clock s. . ofsaid day. andlet to the lowest
sponsible bidder the building of the
Frame Work of a Covered Bridge
,n the Abutments now constructed at said point,
By Order ol the Commissioners.
Dy i v , FEut Ui Auditor V. C.
, September1 18, 1867-td
a ar ARRIED LIFE- Information a"d advice
tal lmooruiuee toMie niarriee of both sexes,
Miled enopTcuu beootaiued free ol charge
addressing 'I'6 uuuoramucu.
JAME8 R. BUTLER,
, , 'i 2 Broadway, N.
nespeuMuu,
SalylM''
$100 Ifom u. .
f
15 JIJj -iTKKL 1' IS G It AVI N i b,
,eri,,,,D, anri iP,io. ic is tf all the to i t- o
lutert st in ihe Wond. ) nt and Stall, m-r 'tu-Wt!
Silver Hiiminu Case Waiches. Also, fli e tollrtlicii
oflinperial Card Pictures, lolored fniitF, e.
-J3uilI pup bate a miscellaneous slock
f
I
above iionoa that will sell for luo. Ve otern
extiaotdiuaiy Inducen etit- and a ihnme
eTtim.nliuai v linliicen eiit-
ll r llit-r
ho w.sh to establish then.se!s in a food J'tij.i g
.sjne93i j crcafcloguel audiuil particulars eud to
HA.-KINS A t .
Jun13, 18C7-6m
Sij Beekman St., New York,
GKOV EST KEN'S PIANOS,
GRO VEST EEN'S PIANOS,
GROVESTEENS PIANOS,
499 Broadway, New Yuri,
499 Broadway, Now York.
499 Broadway, Nrw York.
ABE nnrivnliedfor PfBABimr, Powaaand Even
ness of Tons. Tbev are fist becoming Ihe fa
vnnte over all others, wnh Mnsiciaiis, Amateurs
and all lovera of Oood Music! They -are Warranted
,n every respect, tend lor ureiiiur,
GKoVKNci'l EDN & CO,
July 18
498 Broadway, New lork.
JUST PUBLISHED,
IWWMONWIi.
wenty Melodic Exercises,
in roan or
SOLFEGGIOS FOR SOPRANO OR MEZZO
SOPaRO VOICES,
i.Ntendbd as
Studiei to acquire the Art of Singing.
' These exercises were composed to be nsed il
inultsneou.ly aiih bis system, "The irt of hinging,"
or with any other method for the cultiviition ol ihe
voice, ami will take place of CokciikVs 6oirotoj
being inoic ihi loilious mid better adapted for leach
ing, l-ome of these exercises are specially beautiful
as well bs useful, a mingling of dulce at utile, which
secures the interest as well as the improvement ot
the student. The various styles developed in these
exercises render them invaluable in an educational
point ol view, as they tend to enlarge the intelli
gence and the appreciation, and at tne same time
form the taste m the pi.pil. Thev must be studied
carefully with reference t, the innumerable marks of
expression slid ornamentation. Upon the minula
accuracy with which these are accomplished de-
peuds the actual sterling advancement ot i nc pupil;
anv evasion or slurring in these respects s t. me and
eflort u-te.ly wa-led, while, on the othtr hand, a
close and patient investigation, and open to tne stu
dent the means ami resources by which great artists
iroduce their in si brilliant sad proiuuuu eueeis.
rVATflos's AutJouiioai..
lii Two Vi lumen.
Price, each, in liom-ds, Kelail, l 00
do do in Uloth, Brian, i vv
A Sample copy set by Mail, post-paid, cn
recmpl ot niiolcsitle Price-, $1 ou.
Pubhehed by WM. 1J ALL & SON,
. -No 643 Broadway, New York., i
Publishers and Dealers in Mtisio and'Mann-
faoiuiers of Flmcs, Fifes, Flageolets, &9.
Send for catalogue of prices.
Juue20, Hb7-0m
Official Directory.
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Reiiresenlntivt! m i 'nngrvss U. S. JiUl'Y.
Sti.te Seiwior .1. liKiDBl'liY.
Rejn-esi titntive A. .1. SW AIM.
Cuiniiion I'lsaa Judge .1. 1'. l'LVLEY.
Pro bate J ud.'e .1 1 t.t E F II K A LCK.
Auditur W. F. KKLI'ON.
Hecoider JONATHAN BRINE
I'l-osc.iiting Atiofliev A UCillliALD MAYO,
TieaMiier UAVll) I'DltEMAN.
Clerk of Coiiris GEuIhiK I.ASTZ.
Sheritl- HHN J. siHui'K KY.
Miirveyor s. 0 STKlNbROOK.
Coiouer- WILLI Ail U. H lib i INS.
( WiI... 1,.M i;LARrC,
CominiJ.-iouer illDMAi .l .it. KB,
I MiMWUS AI.BAU iH.
Post Offices in Vinton County.
of
n.A
Name of Post Ofnco. Township. J'osl Muster
Allettsville
Hope t'urunce
Duudas
E'lgle Mills
KU
MoArthur '
New I'lymouth
Iteeo'i' Mills
Swim
Vinton Ptntion
Wilkesville
Zileski
Agntliit
Kiuhland
Browu
Clinton
Eajtlo
ftwiin
iElk
1 lii-ow n
J. WilooX
S. 1). Fgleston
8. Is'imiuger
Miles Radciiff
I. Reynolds
J. N. Mol.aiiglilia
II O. Harden
W Buncbshaw
Wni. Taylor
George Fry
J.G. Will
Clinton
.Sw.'ni
Elk
Wilkes
lladison
Ri hViwid
Rail Roads.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI RAIL-ROAD.
(7)
ns
the
the
in
the
said
S and lifter Jauuary U, 1807, Trains mil run as
MAI LEAST NIGHT EX I'll ESS EAST
fiepnit Cincinnati
" Lnvt-lHnd
a no p.m. u on a m.
in 17 " 7 HO '
I 3H r.M. 10 40 "I
3 17 ' 1 '!
3 ;3 " U 4 1
4 f, J ' 1 00 "
7 17 ' 4.
7o0-' 4-0"
NIGHT EXI'IIK-S W
C 00 a. it, 0UOr.it.
5 37 " 11 60 " '
A 41) ii U oil "
10 1.1 1 32 "
II 68 P.M. 2 6UA.K.
3 13 " 2 "
4 35 ' 7 4 " :
' ' chillieothe
" f lliuniln
Z .U ski
, Atln-ns
Arrive Marietta
llelprn '
MAIL EST
Ilcpart Bol're
Athens
Zaleski
Hamden
Chillieothe
" Lovehtnd
i.,.l.. l-,,.mnntl
f onnections made at Hamden with Trains on the)
Port-mouth I'-mnch. . '
Close connections mado nt Cincinnati with, tut
Western Trains; and at I'arkeroburg with Ihe B1U
more aud Oluo Rail Road.oijT AND8MiTHi
Master of Transportation.
Chillieothe. 0-, Jan. 21, li7.
the
hast
(No.
or
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re
ferred ion
uio
'j
said
the
the
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D.
re-
ofl
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by
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mmHni iswiaaauuj!.t'H!ITnn.ll.ii71
Democratic Enquirer
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
(IN ADVAfCI.)
One copy, one year,
One copy, six months, ' - 7
One copy, three months, Jft
Five copies, one year, to one Post Office, S
Ten copies, one year, toone I'ostOtnee, 10 00
Our tortus require iajm;ut " un iuiv riu.
IN AOVASCE ..... . .
A failure to give notice of a wish to discontinue at
the close oltlie time subscribed for, will b consid
e red anew engagement ; and no paper wiil be die.
conimued unt I alter all arrearages shall be paid.
fapers are delivered through the mail fret of post
age witnin the county, and, also, free Io subscribe
living in the county, hose poslotOce is out of the
couuty.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING. '
Ten lines of tins type, or the space occupied by
the same, make one tuare. .
Una square, one insertion, in
Each additional tusertion, W
All transient advertising for a shorter period than
threa months, enaraed at the above rates.
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X column, U) aiuon sis oo r fio oo
'J column WOO 20 00 30 00 , ,40 00
aSnn ' - ' so oo 46 00 !! so oo
loulumu, 2U0Q 40 W) 00 DO 80 00
business cards, from I) to 10 Imea, per annnm, 00
Divorce Notices, not exceeding U lines, tin
aiivauoe,) , -. , ,5SJ
Each'additional. 10 lines, 00
Attachment Notices, (iu advanoe.) 3 00
AUiniDistrator's or E.xecutor'41 ptioei, (in
advance,) W
Wotices of runaway husbands or wives, double
price, and in advance. .
Marriage Notices, accord-
inu W Hie liberality ol the parties. . :'"; ' '
" otices in tne local colupn, 10 cents per line for.
flotmes of pontleal tneetinit.free.J - -JJ..

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