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GREATLY r REDUCED PRICES
3P. HOHTON,
IT AVING purchased and completely rnovated
1 the
FURNITURE SHOP,
IS McUtTIlUR,
... - k u P TtothwelU would re,
former yoceui -v ,,--,,. ,,,, , to
KUutod;Vco,P.ete assort.nem.f
CABINET FOBlTUPiE,
mutable for thlimnrket,at
OREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Lt--.t in Uacvntl.
often np in ft style of worirmansmp uu. .v
Ted by any shop in this section,
All kiuilnnfuork II his line
IV KtlOpin HUB eH"ii. J
111 knul.nfiinrk.il ns line win "
promptly done on very low ierm.
Of all kinds done to order on short notice.
UNDERTAKING.
A full supply of
C) OTP IP IN &
vntnni.tiintlv on hand; nnd
1 0 rim runt, will be deducted
v v
cnall orders for cash down. imnrnN
M.iruh 7. l'7-tt P. HORTON.
DEMOREST3 MONTHLY
MAGAZINE.
TTNIVEuSLLY acknowledged the Model
J Pnrlor Mngnxine of America, dtvoted to
Original Stories. Pnems, Sketches. Archi
lecture, and Model Cottages, Household Mat
ters, Gems of Thought, Personal and Literary
Gossip (including . special departmet ts on
Fashions ) Instructions on Health, Gymnas
tio Equestrian Exercises, Skating, Mus'o,
Amusements, ect.; all by tlie best authors,
and profusely and artistically ill .Pirated
rith costly engravings ',, um'i "u
eliuble Patterns, Embroideries, Jewelry, and
reliuble
, succession of artistic noveletits, with other
isef.tl and en.ertaing literature
No person cf refinement, economioa house-
a
useful
.if r ladv uf taote. can bfford to ao witn-
OUt the Model Monilliy. .
Rinirle copiej. 80 cents; pack numbers, as
spec)
miCUS. AV vvm!,, - - .
Yearly, $3,
with
11 .iui . 1
. i.v u nnAminm i mn
copies, $5 50: three copies, 7 60; ne copies,
12 and splendid premiums ior ciuus ui jo
-i.hiha firat nremium to each sub-
nvi' " .vm ' v j
sen bur.
Address
W. JENNINGS DEMOREST,
No. 478 Broadway, New York.
TJemorest'a Monthlv and Young America
toi ether, 4, with the premium to each.
BALLOU S MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
The Cheapttt ilagaiint in Ikt World!
nilllf ropnlarand widely circulated magnsine has
I now reachec" an edition unequalled in this conn
fry Each nunilr is brnnmented liy numerous flae
tniravifis5. nnd is mpl. t in Ittelf.-embracirg a
rent variety of tales, sketches, poems, and inustra
f. i written exuresslv lor Its oolumns. It is
conceded by all to be the olieapest and besi Mag
sine in the world.
TERMS.
ISO a year: seven copies 0 00; thirteen eepies
14 00. tinale copies 1.1 cents. Address
XLLIOTT, IHOMJJS & TALBOT,
Boston. Mass
FIRE ARMS
Sold by the trade Generally
A Liberal discount lo Dealers,
200,000 urnithtd the U. S. Government.
Army Rero'tv-r, - 44-Mt' in. calribfe,
Navy Revolver, SO-100 in. calibre,
Belt Revolver, Navy Site calitire,
Police Revolver. ' Knvy Slie calibre,
New Pocket Revolver, ' .Hl-lOO in calibre,
Pocket Revolver, (Rider's pt. 31-100 in. calibre,
Repeating l'itol, (Elliot pt.) No. 2. ft 22eartr'ge,
Vtst "ocket l-ietol, No.22,:), .12 and 41 cartridge,
Gun Cane, No. 22 and 32 "
Breech Loading Rifle, (Beat's) No. 32 and 38
Uevolvmg Rifle, 86 and 44-In0in calibre.
E; REMINGTON i SONS,"
Won, New York.
PRTHClr Al
Moore A Nichols,
V m. lieed Soni '
Jo-i. O. Urnii'i Co.,
Ponltncy Trimble,
Henry Kolsnm 4 Oo
Johnson, Hpem er Co
L. M. Rtimso t Co.,
Allwrt E !r:me.
ilaruli21,lC7-ly
iOIItl.
New York
Boston
Phlladelnhia
Baltimore
New Orleans
Chicago
St. Louis
Ban Fransisco
DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS I
SF.NPyiiuraddre", with stamp, for sample and
catalogue ol Articles for Young and Id, Married
an Ptnele All should have them. Address
d BHllHiE'i.'t i.Mjftisr ii(4t, ! YjrkDity,
JulylS. ISiiT-Sm.
T) OOHSUMPTIVEl-Rev. Edwabd A. vVii.n
will send (tri e ot cnnrae) to all who desire it. the
? description wilh the directions for nking ami us
ng the simple remdy by which he was cured of a
lung allection aid thut dread disease consumption.
Hi only "Ijn-t ist beneHt the sfllicted and he bopew
every sufferer will try this proscription, ns it will coat
nothing, and mar prove a blessina. ' Please addiesa
REV EDWARD A. WILSON,
No. ICS South Second Street, Williamsburg, N. York.
May 2, 18H7 -1?
t - -
IKFOSKATIOR, Information guaranteed to pro
duce a luxiii.H'it arowth of hair unoa a bald head
or hetrdlesa lace, also a recipe for the removal of
Pimples, Blothes, Eruptions, etc., on the skin, leav
ing the same soft, clear, and beautiful, can be obtain
ed without charge by sddiessin- 'iuji t Chamah,
Ui3 Broadway, New York.
Lm 0no tribator ia the AMERICAN
OVVIT 25 oents jesr.
, EICUARDSON & COLLINS,
81 Nsss.u St.; xN. Y.
WHERE the Lsngh Comes in. The
' AMERICAN WtT 23 cm. a year.
EICUARDSON & COLLINS,
-81 NsesattStN.r.
-THE AMERICAN WIT is a bappy
tilt. Zo ots. a year.
EICUARDSON & COLLINS.
81 iN small Sr., N. Y. .
... Angus 1, JSat-Sm
1 CARRIED LIFE.-Informatlon a-d advice nf-l
JjA tol imnortance to the married of both aexea, in
a .ealed eurelope, can be obtained free of charge by
ftddlo,n8 l,e unaersignea.
Rpeotfully, JAMES Is, BUTLER.
' Jaly M, liifl-a m Broadway, N. Y. ,
D. D. SIIITEL,
Attorney 4at Xjvot,
MoARTHCR, OHIO.
WILL attend promptly to all legal bneinesi en
truated to his care, in Viotoa and adjoining
counties. Office a the Court House.
, JuJyll.lStMy '
I
)lrj,rr'"''
THE REMEDY TO CURE AND PREVENT
THIS DISEASE 13
DR. 8. O. RICHARDSON'S
IHERRY WINE BITTERS,
The Celebrated New England Remedy for
For Jaundice, Fever and Ague Ueneral Ve
lility, and all Vutaiee anting Jrom
Viiordertd Stomach Liver or Boaele,
Thev lire used and recommended by leading phy
icians of ihe country, mil all who Iry mem pn
nounc them tni aiumne.
They are sold by medicine dealer generally. Prie
On Dollar per bottle. 'J. K. HARHICO.,
'IIIUHI. VIM".
P oprietors for the Southern and Western Stati
For iaie by
0. W. Sisson, Druggist, Mc Arthur Ohio;
R. S Wilcox, Hauiden, Ohio., and
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Haroden, O.
ALI.EVS
LUNG BALSAM
FOB TIII-CC. OF
Consumption, Bronchitis.
AND ALL DISEASES THAT LEAD TO 1
Onnirhs. Nenlected Colds, Pain it
the Chest, and all diseases of the Lungs.
wss-rierirvmen should use the Balsam fui
( Iheir Throats.
Trtvq Rnlfsmis Introduced to the suffering puM'
meritufnr nnmt veetire of such dlsens.
have hern flil'v tested. Thefbrmnia from which it i
.JtA m hv lie iea.linifined.ca our
mis as being equal t.. any proscription that can h
mile up. for ' h diseases, by the medic, f, cully
H'.'vJr. ia ..i..niientl v. recommended by phy
aieians who have beo"9 "quainted withitsgreai
success.
A- an Ernertorant it has no Enusl
, .... iv, (niinu-inir inteiestina letter from Or.
tt "... . ' .v, u.H.ll.hurv. Vt.. ReBisler, Nov. 20, '61:
Ma. Eoims:- It is only to subserve the interests ot
humanity that I request a biiori spa in your
ble paper to infirm in public what Allen's L in,
line
u.iJ..U ..riniln. Two years aao I wasattacKe
iih . .PTereeold: it settled In mv throat, which so
k. i.r,um nfaneech that I could n.it speak
aloud lor nearly six weeks. I got through the winter
coiiahinxniKli' almost incessantly, witn wnnm
. .7;.i,'i.,i.AeH ir-itatoin. which exttiided in
to liie Itronchial tubes and which kept me cnuirhini
all summer. I was at f horenam on a proieaion
visit the past October, Vklien the "in
'TeB.n., and focmlimu
tine Balsam into
i enn tooK nac
j.nrin.. nuri loiin.i i tnmeu are rei Ifl.
k.v. ,b.., im, hntilea. which has entirely cured
mo F,,r ih oant two years, or durimt the time or
.'.;., f ..i t!i of ennatioatinn. which
' u . , .flectnally regulated. Ho
my affliction, I
1
. .U .1- .Ku,.,an. M,
nu htvtiiA i a-u in m irr inn tnr
".T,fc- .l,",,Hieinin.nntactl
im.nucil..t int0 th,r practice, and 1 have no doubt
t will soon become a class'cai renieniai axem mr mo
cur ol all diseases of the throat Kronchiai tubes, ana
NATH'L HARRIS. M. D., Llential,
diddlebury, V.,Nov. HI, IBM
The proprietors ol this valuable Balsam take pleas
ure in calling to -tthe attention of all medicine deal
rioo.rinu ihat thev niocure a supply of it, and
it n thai miftpd natrons and friends.
It will stand the test tor merits, as nas tne ceieoraiea
Perry Davis7 Tain iiiller,
wtiiUha been introduced to all pans or tne innac
ited world7snd'tiverywlreai'precialed and sought
alter. The Balsam is lorsaie oy wwa uninuinj
Drug Ists, and can alwayi be bad from them, in any
Quantity desired, by the country dealers.
i. K. HARRIS As CO. i Sole Proprietors,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
For sale bv
0. W. Sisson. Drtnelst, MeArlburr Ohio ;
Dr J. A. Monaban, Druggist, Hamdsn,
R. S. IVilcoz, llamden.
Fever and 'Ague
tub
Best Remedy
.is
DAVIS PAIN
and Cbllla
to .Cure
KILLER.
Direction for itt Vte.
TAKE 3 spoonfuls of the Pain Ker In
about half a pint of hot water.well sweet
enetl with molasses, as the attack is coming
on, battling freely the chest, back and bow
els, with the medicine at the same time
ftenent the dose in twenty minutes if the
firat .lose does bot ston the chill. Should it
produce vomiting, (and H probably will.") if
i lie a tnmach is very ioui, mm ii' '
Killer, in cold water, sweetened with sugar,
after ech spasm Perseverence in the above
treatment has cured many setere and obsti
rate cases of this dise.ise.
A IN KILLER Cur Sore
X Throat ' '
A Favorite Medicine with all classes.
Is Davis' Pain Killer.
I
F 3 ou have Painter's Cholic.
use ine rain tuner.
N
0 Medicine is as popular
As the rain timer.
7"EKP the Pain Killer always at
A. hand. . 1
IF you have a Cough or Cold,
Use the Pain Killer.
f OOK and no get caught without a Bottle
Jj of Pain Killer in the house.
LET everybody use the Pain Killer for
Sprains' and Bruises.
I7YERY sailor should carry a bottle of Pain
j Killer with him. ,
REMEMBER, the Pain Killer Is for both
Internal and External.
The Pain Killer is sold by all 'the Drug,
gists and Dealers in Fa-Mly Medicines.
J. N. HARRIS & CO., Cincinnati, Ohio,
Agents for the Western States.
For sale- by
O W. Sisson, Druggist, McArthur,
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Uamden,
R, 8. ilcox, Uamden.
PURIFY YOUR GLOOD.
DE. WEAVER'S
CANKER-2SALT RHEU1I
- - For the Cure of
Canker, 8alt Rehum, Ereygipelae, ficrofuloue
Diseases. Cutaneous, and every kind of
disease arising , from an impure
state of the Blood.
The most effective Blood Purifier of the Nine
teemh Centu'y I
jgy-Tbis 8yrup, with the Cerate, we will
warrant to cure any niro ease oi via
Sores no matter bow long standing,
gij-Sold bj Dragqiota Generally."!
For rale by," '
O. W, Sission, Druggist, McArthur;
' Dr. J. A- Monahan, Hamden,
R. 8. Wilcox, Hamden.
Jal 18, 18T-8m
U'1867.cS
At tpring approachtt
Ant$ and Roxchtt
From th;ir holri torn tut,
And Mict and Rati
In pil aeatt,
Qaily tkip about.
"Is years i-Hiiiiiiiched ill N. Y City."
'Only inlojlible remedies known."
"Free from poisons."
'Not dangerous lo the human family."
"Hats come out ol their holes to die."
'CostarW Eat, Eoach, &c, Exterra'e
Is a paste used tor Rats, mice, Roaches,
Black and Ked Ants, iv., Ao,
Costar's" Bcd-Bug Exterminator
Is a liquid or wash used to destroy, and
alaaas a preventive for Bed Bugs, 4c.
"Costar's" Electric Powder for Insects
Is for moths, misquitoes, Fleas, Fed-Sngs,
Insects on Plants, Fowls, Anircals, o.
U I Br.wAB I I I of all worthless imitations.
WSee that "Cottar's" name is on each box, bot
tie, snd Flask, before yon buy -
joTAddress 11ENRY R. C08PAR,
484 Broadway, New fork.
l-Sold In AlcArthur, by J. S. Strong,
tnd all druggists and dealers everywhere.
"COSTAB'S"
CELEBRATED
BUCKTHORN rSALVE
For Culs, Burns,! Bruises, Wounds, Boils,
Cancers, BrokeuBreasts.'Sore NirplM. Blee
ding, Blind and Painful Piles; Scrofulous,
Putrid and Ill-conditioned Sores; Ulcer-,
Swellings, Eruptions, Cutaneous Affections,
Ringworm. Itch. Cjrns, "Bunions, Chilblains
&c: Chapped Hands. Lips, &o.; Biles of
Spiders, insects. Animals. &o.
jJ-Boxes 25 cts., 50 cts., and $1 sites.
86TSold by all druggists everywhere.
J6TAid by Hinrt R. Cosiab,i Depot 484
Broadway New York, ,
VS-Sol( by J. S. Strong, MoArtbur, O.
- COSTAR'S
CNI XK3AL
CORN SOLVENT,
For Corns. Bunions, Warts, Ac.
JWBoxes 2 cts., cts , and 1 sises.
5tiySold by all D uggists every where. .
tafAiul ' by Henry K. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway. New York.
Day And" by i; 8. Strong Mc Arthur, 0.
COSTAB'S
PREPARATION Ot
8ITT1ER SWKjT
AMD
ORANGE BLOSSOMS,
FOR BKAUIIFYINQ TBI COMPLEXION.
L'ad to softea and beautify the skin, remove freck
les. Pimples, Eruptions, Ac.
Ladies are now using it id preieieuw w, u v.ncia.
H-Uottles $1.
tQTSold by all druggists everywhere.
tflfind by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York,
t-A.nd by J. 8. Strong, MCArmur, u.
COSTAB'S
PECTORAL
COUGH REMEDY,
For Coneh. Colds, Hoarseness, 8ore Throat,
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza, Asthma,
.. t - 1 w . : .1 - 1 1
consumption urnncuiai nucoiivus nuu an
diseases of the Throat and Lungs.
g-Bottles 25 cts, 50 cts, and f I sites.. ,
trSold by all druggists evey where.
ttiTAnd by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York; ' '
And by J. o. btrong, MCArmur, u. ..
COSTAR'S
CELEBRATED
DISH OP PILLS,
A' TJ5IVERSAL DINNER PILL ;
rornervona and elck' Headache, coetiveness, Indl
gsation, dyspepsia, biliousness, constipation, diar
rhea, colics, chills, levers, and general derangement
ot the Digestive Organs.
ar Boxes 26 cts, Wcte, tl siies.
I gj-bold by all druggists everywhere.
Aad by Henry R. Codar, Depot 484 Broad
way, New York;
And by J. 8 Strong, McArthur, O.
August 1, lSW-m
m
mm
T.
WAITED !
3,000 SUBSCRIBERS
IN VINTON COUNTV,
; - roa
o r
ME GREAT CIVIL WAR
IN TBI
XJiiltod tatoSf
From IS61 lo 1865.
Having been appointed Agent for the
Vouth'a History" for Vinton County, Ohio,
m now prepared to receive subscriptions
rom those desiring this excellent andpopu
;,ir work. Any person desiring to canvass
my township in Vinton county, will please
..nd for terms at once and secure territory
before it is too late;
Agents' will be gWen very favsrable terms
An active Agent can make from $4 to $
ier day.
The German edition of the Youth's History,
Nhtch has been called for, is also now ready
The work is designed to furnish the youth
jf the country a candid and impartial Histo
ry of the Great War through wlieh we have
just passed,
From a Democratic standpoint.
Th mind, nf the vouth of our country are
being poisoned and miscducaled by the false
.tnd partial histories of the Abolitionists,
and it is of great importance fer the welfare
of our country that the real Dleunionisls, s
they are now proving themselves to be, shall
be properly portrayed. The great impor
tanoe of a sound juvenino literature has
long been felt and acknowledged, and as
this is the first attempt to furnish it, the
Publishers of the the work Messrs. Van
Eirie, Hortoi & Co., New York -respectfully
solicit'the encouragement of the public, and
the aesistatioe f the- Demoeratits press." It
it just such a book as ought to forma part
of the small library in every family in Vin
ton county; or it should be plactd in the
hands of every child, for the purpose of
giving them a correct idea of the late war
and itt cautti.
It is pettly printed and bound, illustrated
with 15 engarvings, and contains 884 pages,
divided into 48 'chapters. It contains the
likenesses of Generals Lee, Stonewall Jack-
goo, Grant, MoClellan, Sherman, - Johnston
Jefferson Davis,' Abraham Linooln, A. IT.
Stephens, J. Wilket Booth, Ao.
3?xlco 531.00.
J.W.SOWEIsr,
(At the Enquirer Printing Office,)
AGENT for Vinon County
': BLYitlYEB, DAY & CO.,
MANSFIELD, OHIO
- KASCrACTUSX
COOK'S EVAPORATOR,
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
Eubeka Cider Mills,
Victor Cani mill,
Star Corn Shellib,
' - 1 Rorsb Power Forks,
BONN'S ESQUIMAUX REFRIGERATOR,'
Warner's Sulky Revolving Rake
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
,' ' Amatgant Belli,
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
MACHINES,
And many other articles in the way of Implements,
ols and machinery. 1
PUBE SORiitk AND JMPHEE.HTT.D. eelaoUd
varietiea. Hand for cirouiara. -
March 28,187 it
STEVENS HOUSE,
SI, 23, 25 & 27 Broadway, M.
Opporite Bowling Oreen, '
"".I OR THE .EDROPBAN PLAN,
THE Prevrns Hntjsa is well and widely known to
the t-aveling public The location is especially
suitable to merchant and business men-, it la in
close pr-ximity to the business part olthecity-is
nn the hliihwev of southern and western travel and
and adjacent te all ine principal naiiroaaana steam-
Tea 8TETESS Hons has liberal accommodation for
over too guests it i well lurn.snexi, ana possosaes
erev modern Improvement for the Comfort and en
tertainment of its inmate. The rooms are epasiou
..a ...n ..ntilated provided with tra and water
the attendance is prompt and respectful, and the tnhle
t. Denerouslv provided wilh every delicacy of the
aeaaon at moot rote rate. '
" GEO.Kj CHA8E ft CO
May 93, 1866-flm J Fropritr$.
Sheriff's Sale.
Slate of Ohio, Vinton County.
Christopher Winklcmon, PlnintltT,
In court ol'com.
Plena. .
On nn Order t
William A I'earceand
SiimiK-l V. liouge, Defendants,
Decree,
PURSUANT to the command ol an order nnd de
cree In the above cause to me directed from the
court of common Plea ol Vinton county, Ohio, and
to me directed as -herill of anid county, I will offer
at public sain, at the door of the cnuit house, in the
town of MoArltiur, in the aforesaid county of Vinton,
on
TUESDAY, the Uth day of October,
A. D. 18C7,
at the hour of 1 o'olockr u. of said day, the follow-
inglsnds and tenemdnts onetqiial limlividcd half
of the toiiowing aebcrmeu premises to-wit:
Comnienuing at the N.nili-wost corner or
that part of Out-Lot Number Twenty-five
(25,) in the Town. or Wilkesville. in 8 .id
county of. Vinton, owned on the Mih day nf
May, A. D. 1859, by H illhtm C. Cline. and
running 8oiilh-east pirn lull with the Street
id eaid'Towu fifteen (15) Rods; and thence'
South-east Eleven (11) Rods on a strniglit
angle with said Street ; thence Fifteen (15)
Rods South-west nn a paialell with snld
Second Street; thence North-west to the
place of beginning containing one acre
nio-eor less together wi ll the Flooring and
Saw Mills and all other appurtenances on
laid land.
Taken as the property o William A. Tenree to
eati.ly ajudgment and decree of the aforesaid court
in favor of Christuph.r Winkleinnii.
Appraii-ed at cue thoiiNiiiid six hundred nnd thirty
three dollars ana thirty-three cents and must bring
two-thirds of that sum.
'terms of sale cash in hand at the lime of i-ale.
JOHN .1. SH0t;KEY,
MierS Vinton county, 0.
I). h. Pnna, Att'yfor Pl'ft.
September 12, H07-6w-lU
PROCLAMATION.
Siirnirr'a Opptci, 1
VlNTO. COCNTT, UlltO. AllgllHt 'il, 1807. J
To the Qualified Votert of Vmion Cnunly:
crnitorAhorehv notified to meetat the usual nlaces
JL of holding elections, in the several township of
said county, for the Utnte, riintrift, nnd Couiitj Olfl
cers, in accordance with the statute in such case
made and v' ovi'led, on the
SECOND TUESDAY IN OCTOBER
A.D.18G7.
BEING THE 8TM lAV nF SAID MONTtl,
between the hourv of it o'clock in the forenoon and H
o'clock in the ufternoon of snid day, nnd then and
there proceed to vote by ballot for the following Oltt
ccrs, to-wit:
STATE OFFICERS:
Ono Governor for the State of Ohio;
One Lieutenant Goveruor for the' State
Ohio;
One Treasurer of State for the State
Ohio; ;
Ono Auditor of State for the State of
Ohio; ;
One Attorney-General for the State of
Ohio; .
One Supreme Judge for tho State of
Ohio;
Ono Comptroller of the Treasury for
tho State of Ohio;
One Member of the Board of Public
Works for the State of Ohio;
DISTRICT OFFICERS:
One State Senator for the 8th 'Senato
rial District composed of tho coun
ties of Vinton, Gallia, Lawrence,
and Meigs;
One Judge of tho Court of Common
rieas tor the 2nd bub-division ot
the 7th Judicial District; composed
- of tho c.ount,ie8 of Vinton, Jackson,
Pike, Scioto, and Lawrence.
county officers:
One Eepresentative for Vinton county;
One Prosecuting Attorney for Vinton
county;
One Surveyor for Vinton county;
One One .Commissioner for Vinton
county;
And you will also proceed to vole for
or against the lollowing rroposea
Amendment to the Constitution of
tho State of Ohio:
Besolvtd by the General Aisembly of the
Stale of Ohio, (three-fifths of the members
elected 'to ench House agreeing thereto.)
That it be and is hereby proposed to the
leoio'sof litis State to vote at I he next annual
etober election, npon the approval or rejec
ion of the following amendment, as a sub-
s'itute for the first i-ecttnu orthe nrtn Arti
cle of the Constitution of tin? State, to-wit:
Every male citiscn of the United States, of
the age of twenty one years, who shall have
been a resident of the Slate one year
next preceeding the election, and of the
county, township, or - wird in which
he resides, such time as may oe pro
vided by .law, except such persons as have
home arms in support of any insurrection or
rebellion against the government of the Uni
ted 8lates, or have'Ucd from their places of.
residenoeto avoid heingdraited into the mil.
iiary service thereof, ir have, des-ried the
military or naval rervtce o: etna government
ia time of war, and have not- subsequently
been honorably discharged from the sumo,
shall have the qualification! of nn elector
and be entitled to vote at all electipnt.
Those volln for the Amendment shall put
upon their ballots these words:
"CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDS! ENT YES."
Those voting against the Amemlmtnt slmll
put upon their ballots these words:
COri a 1 1 1 U l ltjri A 1j a m tu u e, -vr -- a u .
AFroiTIONMKNT OF JURORS!
The Trustees of the several Townships of said
county are hereby notiAail that the following number
ol Jurors are apportioned lo their Tciislnps re
spectively, and that, they ar required to selrct the
said cumberand make return thereof to th Clerk
of the Com t of Common l'leas, together with the
Poll Book:
Elk
Eagle
Wilkesville
Knox
Richland ,
Harrison'
17 Swan 0
; : 6 Clinton , 14
.,8 .Vinton . ,. 6
. 4 Jackson ' 9
10 Madison -14
- 6 Brown 7
Oiven under my hand at my office, in McArthur,
this 31st Jar of August, A. D. 161. '
....it till fYrr". t n v
jwii. j. sttuvaiii,
C ! ' " Sheriff Vinton County, 0'. i
September t, llS7-.de
Notice.
WILLIAM CRAWFORD, whose place of residence
a unknown to the pentinner, James Crawtrrd,
wm-ni,-io in"' tne said jumes t.rawtoni or the
cmintv ol Jackson, in ipe Blare Tir tihio, air, nrrine
S5th day of January, A. U. lsWl, file h peution in
the court of com m6n pleas within nnd for ihe
eountyof Vintoi, in aid flat, aaainst the said
William Craw fin", and one. G-orge Hartley, defemW
mts, setting forth that, the said William Crawmrd
iiave a m"riiiage to the said' George Hartley or. the
We half of the Noitli-east Quarter and the F.ast
half of tne North.wst Qusrter of Seotion Number
Thirty-four (Ni. 84,) Township Number 1n (No.
to ) of Range Number Nineteen, (No. 19,) containing
One Hundred and Hixtv (I6U) acres of land more or
less, and siloate m Vinton cminty, Ohio, to secure the
r7H 00. according to a certain note re
feired to irt said mortgage, and that aince tn giving
of laid mortgage and before the filing of said petition
the id Oaorge Hartley, for a valuable oonatdemtion,
assigned ssidmortgsge to the said James Crawford,
and praying that said William Crawford may ay th
said sunt named in anid note with interest thereon
from the 27th day of December, 1862, .or .tliat said
m II sold ta iiaV the 'same: and the
said William Crawford is notified that he la required
lo arnear and answer said petition on- or before iho
y . .A-.,k. U .lav nrilnlnlK,. n-.l
tnira a. . yXiRAWFOBl).
-By W. K. Hiirmos, hisAtfy.
August US, 167 -SW . "..'J'
$100 , from $30. t
GREAT CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY
BY acting ns our Agents for the sale of S PT.T- N
1 J I U T KK 1 i K N O I A V I N O 8 .
Merosoopes and Sleiocoi.ic views nf all the points o
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Silver Ilunlinii Case Watches. Also, Di e collection
of Imperial Card Pictrres. Colored Prints, Ac.
rJ:io will piiri-hsi-e a miscellaneous slock ol
nbove gooos mat win sen ior tun, - ne crier most
extraoidiusry inducement- nnd a chance k r those
who wish to establish themselves in a food paying
business. Forcauiloeues and lull particulars tend lo
HAPK1NS & CO.
June 13, 18G7-(!m SO Beelininn St., New York,
G KO V EST E EN'S PIANOS, '
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;-.499 Brnsdwsy, New. York.
ARE untivnlled for Ihbabiutt, Powia and Evetj.
ness of Ton. TliflV nre fust becoming the fa
vorite over all others, with Musicians, Amateur
and all lovers of Good Music! They are Warranted
.n every respect, fend lor Circular,
GKtiVKNBTKiSN & CO.,
JulylS ' 498 Broadway, New Ytwk.
JUST PUBLISHED,
1WWRK0H1
Twenty Melodic Exercises,
IN FORM OF
SOLFEGUIOS FDR SOPRANO OR MEZBO
Kf'HltO VOICES,
lNIINi:tiD AS -
Stud!et to acquire th) Art of Ringing.
These exeici-es were composed to be u."ed sl
intilthiieotuly with hi" systi-m, ' 'The rt ol t-irg ig."
or withnnv tithi r iih iIjoiI fur the inlinrticti 01 il e
Voice, and" wilstnkc plucc of ( i,kci.'s fiorcccioe;
heinw lnoic n fluiliouv I lit' I c III I nhlffil f I il Si F-
, ing. l-oiiie of these exercises nrc specm ly lentitilnl
I ns well us useful, a mingling of iluli-e itt ul lc, vliich
aeciircs the interest in. well ss the ini rn'-nirnt ol
theetiident. 'J'hevnrioiis nylcs develo) rd in there
! exercises render them invaluable in nn t-dut-ntinnal
I point of view, us they tend to cnluige the It.tflii-
gence nnn me Biprt.i.-imiuii, inni w. m, r..m,T .,mu
form the taste 1.1 the pupil. '1 her must be i-tudicd
carefully with reference t the Innumerable marks of
expression and oinniiientntion. Upon the minute
accuracy with w hich these are accomplished de
pends thcactuiil curling ndvnncement ol the pupil;
any evasion or alurriiig in these respects 's t.mennd
etli'irt irte.ly waited, while, on the other hand, a
close nnd patient investigation, nnd open lo tne stu
dent liie iiiciiiis ami resources by which great ai tlsts
produce their most brilliant Had profound effect.
vVatsoh's Aut JornoAi.
In Ttvn Volumes.
Price each, in Hoards, Retail, 51 00
do' do in Cloth, lielail, 2 00
A Sample copy set, by Mail, post-paid, cn
rcooipt of Wholesale Price, $1 60.
Published by WM. HALL' & SON,
No C43 Broadway,' New York.,
Publishers and Dealers in Music, and Mann
facluiera of Flutes, Fifes, Flageolets, &o.
Send for catalogue of prices.
June 20, J8C7-Cm
Notice. Official Directory.
VINTON COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Hepresenlitivc in ongress H. 8. JIUMliY. .
Htate Seimtor-J. BRAI'HUKY.
Representative A. J. SW'AlM.
Common I'lsus JudgeI. P. I'LYLEY.
Probate Judge .IUEI'II KALEK.
Auditor-W. FELTON.
Hecoriler-.IONATIIAN HRINE.
Prusciiting Attornev-A KUH I ItAI.D MAYO.
! Treasuier-DAVIli FOREMAN.
I Clerk ofConris UKOKHK I.ANTZ.
ShenH .OHM J.SUUtlKK-Y.-siur,evor
. t) f- l'MN MiHOK.
Corouer-WILLIAM I) JIWiINC
Wll.i.IAM CLARK,
Commisfcloner i I HtiAIA MAfiKK.
I MOUUIS AI.HAt-r.tT
Post Offices in Vinton County.
N'ameof Post Office. Township. Post Muster
Allensville
Hope Furnace
..Hindus
Eagle Mills '
Elk
McArthur
New Plymouth
Reed's Mills
Swan
Vinton Station
Wilkesville
Zileski .
Agntha V
Richland
Brown
J. Wiloox
S. D. Egleston
S. Isaminger
Miles Radcliff
I. Reynolds .
t'linton
Eagle
Swan
Elk
Brown
Clinton
Swan
Elk
Wilkes
Madison
Rt'hland
J. N. MoLatigMita
II. t). Harden
W Burtetishaw
Wm. Taylor
George Fry
J.G. Will
Rail Roads.
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
"?n
RAIL-ROAD.
0
N and after January' , 1IW7, Trains will run a
fDllOW-S. ,-nmrv,,nt,ao 01C"J.
Mil:. k'AST
rtlijiii fjArnwa .Mi
O;00 P.U. 11 00 A M.
in n 7 20 "
l ;w p.m. . 10 to "'.
317 H HA,x
8(3 " 12- '
4 46 " , 2 00 "
7 17 " 4.V' "
7..0- ' ' 4t0'
Depart Cincinnati
l.oveiana
Chilltcothe
Hamden
Ztliski .
Athens
Arrive Marietta
Bet pre
Mill. .VEST
DensrtBelpre' 6 00 a.m.
a uu p.i
! u so '
, 1 60
132 "
2 60a.m. i
K20 "
7 41
with Train on th
Athens n "
Zdlexki- ' 40
Hnmdcn 10 If. "
Cliiilicotho II S8S.K,
Lnvehnid 3 lit ' f
Arrive Cincinnati 4 lo "
Ctnnections made at Hiimden
Portsmouin rrnucn. , - ,.
Close connections mnuc ai i.incinnau "i"
u....-- ,lv,.,nM, nn,l ut 1'ui-l.cirshnrc; with the Haiti-
more and Ohiu Rail Road. t,TlI
uitun V I -r.'J i ... t
Waster of Tri.nspciitiOB.
Chllhcothe.O.,Jnn.24, 18U7.
Democratic Enquirer
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