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OFFICE-h Voigis Building. or S'""r
"re, corarr Jfrin and locust 5kiI,
6 tkt Court limit.
THE DptOCBATlG EXQVIMIi
lntinnof anV PA-
others mil vleasemaheanote of this.'
FOK U. S. SENATOR,
Democratic State Ticket.
For Sccretury oi eww,
' THOMAS HUBBARD, of Logan.
" For Supreme Judge,
v0r Member Board Public Worlui, ...
ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga.
For School Commissioner,
For Clerk of Supreme Court,
JOHN M. WEBB, of Mtthonliifr
The Democratic Enquirer.
, This number completos the
first volume of the Democratic
'Next week we expect to issue
as'wc have promised a twenty-
eight column paper ice neat
est CTer printed in this county.
"Vemay possibly issue a day
or two later than usual, as we
have a great OI .
the advertisements tO DC re-bLl,
, . il10 nf
the PreSS tO bcrepaiieu, mtw
flCe rooms tO be changed, new
tvtte td be distributed, &C.;, &C.
THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.
. i n
The Democratic Stato convention
assembled at Columbus, on the 8th of
lion Hugh J. Jewett was chOBOn
j. e u Pnttonrinn One
President of the Convention, une
Vice President Tfafl chosen from each
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Congressional D.strict. ionne ma
District Halph Leete, of Lawrence
. Five Secretaries were appointed.
Mr Jewett upon assuming tne
, Xi .1. 1 j ,v pA
duties of the Chair, thanked the ton-
w,T.tinn fnr tho honor of being called
i Wo dnliWntinns
pon to preside over its deliberations.
,A' Tommitteo On Credentials was
Tn T T Monahan. of
Jackson county, represented this PlS-
. . i 4Ua fnmmittpo
trict On the Committee
On tho Committee on Permanent
... tt A-JA.,lnn1, f(
Oreanization, 11. m. vnutruuua,
Gaina county, was appointed for this
On the Committee on Kesolntions,
Hon'. O. F. Moore, of Scioto county,
was appointed for this Uistnci.
On the UOmmiliee OU vwvn.ia.pi,hen
Committee. Dr. II. C. Moore, of Yin-
ton county, was appointed for this
ho following Eosolutions were
adopted with shouts of applause:
"il.v tw linn. Cents II. Pendleton
s the unanimous choice ot the Democracy of
Ohio far the next f resident 01 me uuueu
Stales. ' . ,
Resolved, .That the delegates to the Na
tional Convention are hereby Instructed to
cast the vote of Olio as a unit, and to une
all bouorabl. means to secure the nomination
of Mr. Pendleton, as President.
'Resolved. That as the greeting of Ohio to
her.eister Stales in 'he West and Northwest.
In-day in Stale Convention apsetubled, the
President of this Convention be direoted to
.. j l. i.frr.nh conies of these resolu-
lurvaru u.r -r- i .
ttons to the conventions now in session ml
Indianapolis, Indiana, .Wheeling, west Vir
ginia, and at Nebraska City, Nebraska. "
Tho chairman of the committee on
credentials reported that there was
no contest for seata and that tho dele
gations wore full -
Tinton county was represented 'in
the. convention: by Dr. H. C. Moore,
0,T. Gunning, Henry Reynolds, and
The convention proceeded to nom
inate a State Ticket. :
SECRETARY OF STATE.
Th'omaa Hubbard, of Logan county,
was. nominated on the fourth ballot.
Hon. Arcb. Mayo, of Vinton county,
received 76 votes 00 the first ballot,
77 votes pn the second ballot, ad C3
vote 'or the third ballot, for that of-
Hon,' W. E. Finck, of Perry coun
ty, "was nominated by acclamation, af
ter, the first ballot.
BOARD 0? PUB1I0 WORKS. .1 , ,
Arthur Hughes, of Cuyahoga conn
tr.JWfla"Bominated oil thv.fourlh
ballot. 'i.;'X ?f; ai l
-J: F. Klrkwood was nominated bj
acjclamation. .- 4C...,r,-'.. :
CLERK OF SUPREME COURT.
j W. Webb, ' of ' llabonlrig; :waf
nwukated on th second ballot.---Hon.
Arcb Mayo of Yicton county,
'received 93 votes on the first ballot lor
fhe chairman of. the committee on
resolutions reportod the following
which Vcre adopted unanimously :
Wltnoiu an unnue or Ubugerous iu
Resolved That the Uewoersey of Ohio eon
frratulate the country upon lie improved
Hppect ff political uffuirs as evidenced by
the State elections of 1867, aud thai tliey
look forward with hope and confidence (o
ihe result of that momentous struggle, up
on which they are about to enter, aad upon
which depends, in so great a degree, the fu
lure p ace ami prosperity of the Unien.
Resolved, Thnt, unalterably Opposed to the
doctrines which lend to coosrlidaliou, we
renew with unflagging leal and increased
neriry, our . a'tohmeut to that politic1
creed which has evor been 10 staunchly ad
hered to by our organisation through trouble
and disaster, as weil as good fortune and
prosperity, wh'ch was thus expieserd by
Thomes Jefferson: "Equal and exact jut--,
tice to all men, of whatever state or pereua-
ion religious or political peace, commerce
anil honest friendship with all nations, en
inngling alliances with none; the support of
the Sio e Governments in all their rights, as
the most competent aaminmir non or our
tin iininrna and i lie surest, hulwark
against anti-republican tendencies ; the pre-
scrvii ion or tie ueoerai uovernnient in na
whole constitutional vigor as the sliest
anchor of pence at home anl safety nbrnal;
a jealous care of the rights of elections It)
the people, and the supremacy of the civil
over the military authority."
Retolved, Ihnt we condemn the legislative
uHuipat ons of CongtvsB, and particularly
the several aois of reeousiruotion, so-oalled,
as violative of the Ons i'urional eoiipaot
Iimi ween th Statea. and .a iiiiki-'v aiihvci-uia
of every principle of self-govcrnmeut that
di-tinguihei a free people.
Kcsolvtd mat we are opposed to
measures which recogni- that the iutegriiv
ol the l inoii was ever tinmen ihm.
its numbers were ever out an., that, we do
itii tnuiiil Ihdl i Via U.,. ... ...
v 1 -r iiiti, muv 111
ici uuiiu ij iwoiof iniv w"ut' ji ii cinies,
no longer being in insurrection, or at war,
wun mi" reuerai unvernuieui are ent tied 10
the full 8iate recofmi'inn and Constitutional
.presentation in Congre.8, and the eleotora
colleges given to nit u,e Slates, and that de
Dial of it to them by Congress, and its efforts
,0 dictllte hy military force a
f - utuiional, revolutionary
Resolved, "hat we are opposed, both in
piiuoip e and policv, to negro suffrage; thnt
the Sta'fl of Ohio having by the emphatic
Inifljorityof 50 000 rejected it for herself-is
sternly oppose! to its torccd imposition up-
on 0o,er . tates. and that we stigmatize such
no imposition by the Federal Government as
a most bane usut palioo.
Resolved, 1 hat. the practical effect of the
ao-called Reconstruction acts of Congress is
to dalivcr over ten States to the politioal and
odal conlrol of Ne(;r(,e9 and't0 place (he
lives, liberties an i fortunes of the Whites
enaiiJinif tltArOlil in tho hunila r f m k.
ei t tier to a war of races or to the Africani-
ivuiinn nf ibe Fomh.
Jlttplvedt That. nolwiihstaarHng the eaot
the punnc aeoi, ine iaun ur tne country is
pledged to its payment, priseipnl and iu'.er-
"jng 10 lhe Urmg of lIie eeTt.ra)
acts of Congress, under which the bouds
representing the debt were is-ued, but not
auJ we r, oppoge(J ,0 'aMJ p,M
tor extending the times of paymen-, thus
increasing the amount of gold inter-st.
that. IKa npinfinftl nr in ant, ,t.Al,
..-0 ----- - -- o .
more tnac tne principal, or to any tieolara-
.tion yj Congress that the principal is prtya
ible in gold, which would virtually add more
than a thousand millions to the burthen or
tlie debt, and to the whole insane 6nanciai
vi;nw nf vhintl thAMA menHilrpa npa a Aa..
r . ".T" r."
Jtttolved. l'hat, neither iorgeiting or deny
ing our ancient faith th.iv gold aud .silver
coin form the currency of rie Constitution,
we declare that the nve-lwenty bon Is should
be paid in the same curreccy rece ed by the
Government lor their istne, ana that by the
withdrawal of the monopoly grinned to the
Nalionai Hanks this mult can be accom-
.r,n nf rarer mnnev. new the onlv cirrn
lating medium, thus relieving out people
from the burthen of a debt, the tendency of
which is always to corrupt and eaHlave, and
our Government Irom the reproach of pay.
ing a favored class in gold, while disclmrg
ing Its debts to all othen, including pen
ions to widows and soldiers, in an interior
n I I Tlial tkto ..1ft.. ..1.1 . ,
inipairs no contract, breaks no faith, and'
mente, is the shortest because the only safe
way of re tching that end,
hetohed. That .nil the- pronertT of the
country, including the Government bonds,
rliiftli rppeivfts the enunl nrnlpciinn nf ilm
Government, elidultf bear au equal tUire in
Pr.ltl That we inilifmmrlv mimF t,a
principle' derived from the feudal system
that the masses of the people belong to the
. 1.. 1. : . 1. . i 1 - 1 . ,
uoveruiiieuiD uiiuvr nuiuu luey iivp, wnico
in another form is contended fnr by the
monarchies .of r. 11 rope, including Great
rti.iatn nnn a Hllhipnt alvav a auKloAi
ihit we on the contrary maintain Hut. an
individual can, by emigration and residenoe
in another country, fusmeur his previous
allegiance, and be ndinitied into all the civil
and political rights or nis new home that
American citiiens by adoption aud natural
imtion are entitled to, all the rights as be
tween us and foreign powers nhieh can be
claimed by our native horn citizens, sad it
. , -. i , , . . .
ii me uuiy 01 1110 l ouerm uovernmenl to
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proicoi ana mniBiaia inem uy every means
within tin power.. .
Resolved, That the people will anstain An.
drew Johnson, President of the United
Siates,' In his struggle withr Congress ooal
usurpation, and that we pledge the Democra
cy of Ohio to support him in all Constitu
tional measure to relieve the white psople
of .he South from. the nerro government
now being imposed upon them.
sesonea, mat tne lormune ana gallantry
of our eoldiers in the recent civil war., in
defense of the Union, entitle them to the
gratitude of the country, and they should
.i.p tiA rpmamhprari1 hv it in im hniinlipa '
Resolved, That tne Democracy of, the coun
try nave neither ine purpose nor aesire to
rp.patahltflh alavprv. nnr ta Anm knv rutr.
. ' ' -J I
lion of the debts of thf States lately in re-
A State Central. Committee was
then .chosen, composed of one member
in .each Congressional District, Levi
Dungahj of Jackson county, being se
lected for this District-. . -jj., 3.-;
The following gentlemen were electj
ed : as Djelegatcs . at,. Large , to ..the
National Democratic ' Convention
tfoh. John G Thompsohken'l GW
ilc'Cook- WJArin8trtDg)'and' WasK-.
i 1CT I . .
Hob. Hugh J Jewitt . ond Judge
4 iuu 1, .' -
at nV).0 fa the State o Ohio by ao-
1-1 J. . X.
The Ohio Legislature.
This body assembled N- Monday,
the Cth inst., and "organiee
inir the following officers;
Chief Clork Chas. B. Flood;
1st Assistant Clerk Daniel Flani-
gan;' : . . .: i ,
2d Assistant Clerk W. K. Nutt;
Scrgcant-at-Arms Benjamin Wil
liams; , . , ,
1st Assistant Scrgoant-at-Arms
C. E. Sausser;
2d Assistant Sergcant-at-Arms Jo
seph Gutzwiller. " t
Speaker John F. Follett; :
Chief Clerk Amos Layman;
1st Assistant. A.. Cockerill.
2d A6si8tant-V. C. Gould.
Sergeant-at-Arms Samuel Pikor m
1st Assistant J. C. Crall. : .
2d Assistant J. C. Banks.
Mr. Golden, of the Senate, gave no
tice of the introduction of a bill to
change the subdivisions of the Sev
enth Judicial District.
Wi have received the first number
of a new paper, entitled the Democrat
ic Press, printed at Sedalia, Missouri,
by the Democratic Press Co. A. Y.
Hull, Editor. It succeeds the Inde
pendent Press, formerly publiHhcd by
Messrs. Linqe Bros., at that place, ihe
office of which paper was destroyod by
.1 tit n vr l - - a
nre on tt.o did 01 iovemDcr uu f.
is ably edited and is just such a palmr
. , r,
AS the Democrats and Conservatives
of that State are in need ot. Long
may it prosper 1 -
mi t ei a:
of Marion county, , Indiana,
which assembled at Indianapo-j
lis, last Sarardayy passed a res- j
1 ,il J rtn In foTrnf if" nnvinff tVii
bonds in greenbacks.
HOUSE. DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM.
. . . . . .
We not onlv indorse cverv nrinci-
nle. word, and letter of tho Platform '
j 1 1
1 1 - - . - ,
p :v,.:iAQ v,i, k u T.r.
l. c J i. - .
crane otuio onveniion on yesieruHy, .
hnt. tr'ivn it tho hirrhpr Tirnisfl of lieinir
"-o r o
in letter and in spirit, the most care
fully considered, ablest, .and most
patriotic platform it has been our for
tune to read for many years past. Ii
is a model document put forth by a
model Convention, and enunciates the
principles of a party that in the future
will know no defeat. Eeason has
now resumed her empire, and the
days of .Radicalism are numbered.
[From the Ohio Statesman.]
NOMINATION OF STATE OFFICERS.
The selection of Thomas Hubbard,
of the Logan County Gazette, for Sec
retary of State, is one of the best
nominations thut eould be made. He
is a glorious good fellow edits one of
the best papers in the State, and as a
writer, scholar, gentleman, can - no
more be beat than ho can tor the office
to which ho is nominated. ,.
For Supremo Judgo, Hon. Wm. E.
Finck, of Perry, is a nomination emi
nently fit to bo made. : Ho is a sound
lawyer and will make a Judge that
will do credit to the bench of Ohio.
For member of the Board of Public
Works, Arthur Hughes, of Cleveland,
who was on the last Democratic
ticket, is again the nominee. But few
men in Ohio, from an intimate knowl
edge of the public works o the State,
and the interest of those doing busi
ness on tho canals, arid with thoso tho
interests of ' the State, than ' Mr.
TTnirlioa- nnrl orlnrl urn wn A (rain in naa
!""6"w"i - - - r
hia name on the ticket tor an office
the duties or whicn neisso peculiarly
cuniiucu w yxji iui ut. -
rur vuiiiuiiBBiuuci ui vuiuiuuu
Schools, Mr. Kirkwood, of Seneca, as
one who would fill the office wisely
and ' wnll reonivKfl .thn nnmindt.inn
and ; well, : received ' the nomination
OTer a Lost of worthy competitors.
He is a gentleman whose heart is in
the education of the masses, and with
him to so advance the edocational in
terest of the masses will be a labor oi
love. -;. : .
For Clerk of the Supreme Court,
John M. Webb, of Mahoning, is the
Tlnl1nn,eft ' Mr ; AVelih in an - nlrl aditm.
fully competent td fill the duties of
t. iA nrncfi. find in cnaracter and nhi itv
ris the peer of any man ,t,he Eepubli-
IMltla uui o uutuiiiatio ujjjaiuou uuu.
'Vh TTclffir.' t.hrfiiinrriont in iin iTf.of.
lerit1 one. ;' With it weS are rfeady for
tho battle, and as the old scotch chief
tain mid. to the enemy of hts country,
we say to tne juauiciu leaaersi ,
Upon me tlien,aiu4 do your womt,
- And foul fa' liiru that blenches Ant," !
line t)f the Columbus & Hocking Val
ley E. R. at points in Hocking spnnty.
Athens Messenger, 9th.
1 .The soiaiera' exira uuuin,yfJ
it appears, " from olhcial . state--
ment, was paid, down -to. -ue-
pember.l,to 15,oub ciairaanis.
Btill at that. time
07Q 171 r-.laims in the Payraas-
a. I innnivil'sJ h:lTid Unsettled.' -
k We neknowledae tbo rccopt from
Jle8 VanEvrio, Ilorton & Co., of
New Yv4 City, of a copy of tho Dem
ocratic AliKnac, and political Com
pendium for tv. It is the best, po
litical and statistic Manual, publish
The weather' has beenNcry cold
since Wednesday night of InsWeck.
Get It and Tby It. Tlie Tlime
Amutment.-Tbt t-lieapeat and best illustrv.
led family Mngaiine published. Filled
with the latest illustrated taions, ctmiee
stories, poetry, wit and humor. 11 J ,
the thing for the young folfci. ruoiif.neu
serai monthly, at only $1 58 per annum. -
Ure and splendid prues are sent to
aExnt8 raisiug olubs. Agt-ntg easily ciwir
$10 per day; besides, every agent g' s one
chance for every subtcrpuon aenl, in t ouu
U cash sent tongents. Sample copies wth
I'..' . j i.mi anil instructions to
dial ni prim", ,
'.agent. b enclosing 5 cents. ' Agents want
,d everywhere. Address nous
it Nbk.hii Stteet. New orkv
. 1.1. v,a VivMo'a
AM'KNDFHnnuSta SARAH A. liAiLV-Lothof
Vinton count'. . ,
The huppy couple will accept our many thnnlu
jor jiim exceiieni cii:,
Hope they win "live to love" each other forev
tor thut excellent cnKe.
hy 0porpe rralR Ksq., Mr.
both ot Vinton county.
The rrlnter8 wcrc forgottcn-no enke or fifty
MARRIED McARTHUR MARKET.
[Reported by J. K. WILL, Dealer in Dry Goods, &c.]
Apples Green, per bushel 50(5 75
TAUna 1.50 tO 2.i0
nanAUm . 15 tO 25
i7ioi,.n,it 8 to 10
iaacKerui V" rs
Flour, per doi -
.... r 20
Wnl 50 to SO
avhiuwvw, . ,
!T o- 1W
:n,, ....:.35 to 40
12 to 18
Salt, por bbl.
. Stale 0 Ohio, Vinton Comiy
fi. B. Chittenden 4 Co., PI' If'. 1 In Vinton county
nea nst ennrt rum pleas.
e-Tnttpl C-.e I efi nilnnt. J Veml Fveution.
I. . VP A ,1 a ..nk.t.,,.,;,! ni H VplHll K.VI Cll
M :.. .i.. .kna'a .... i-npil fro'O the Court
i.i Common flea- of V ntmi cou. ty, OhjO. biHIo
me d reeled heTiH i.f ea-d comity 1 ofl.-r
1 at i.uhlin iiietirn. at the door of ihe
iinnw... n ilia Town oi MeArthur, In the
countv of Vinton, on . ,
TUESDAY, the 18th day of tebru
ry, A. D. 1868,
a 4t. u - ft i A .l ii nf sitid HAV.t'
following .ipfcrild ianUss a I tei uinits tilimte
in the oonnty . f V rt n, end Mute i.f n,i., l w
. The South Halfand part of the rth-west
Ouartcr of Section Number Keveii (o.
NunlberWceu (No. Hi,)-coutaluiug Four
Huuurea una .T,ui-oi;yuii"-
Taken - Kit ;ii' rtV ' -''inu; l Coe In sl
ify a iU'tgmnt of kidd court in tor ol b.
VppSiidafFiHeen Thousand Dollars aud must
brina to-'liird ol tlr.it sum.
Term, of.-.le-ca.tnn hadd
; IhtB Vmtoq count), O
Mer linte 4 Fmith, Att'ys for IW.
' Junnxrv i. 180-'' I'
WILLIAM HOFFHINES' ESTATE.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersign
ed has beeu duly appointed and qualified
a Kxooutor on the Etnte ot Williina Hoir
biac. late of Vinton wf
McArthifr, P., January 4, 18ti8-aw
IMPORTER A'D GROWER OF
PLO WEB & VEGETABLE SEEDS,
ROCHESTRR, N. T.
r Vfol'i 'llnstra'tedOstalojnie of fleS 'S and ri ral
Oaids For 13, Is now publlahed and ready to
Send out. It make a work of about one hun
dred large paR-s. containing full descriptions
Sf the ClYolSt Flowers and yeKc;tabU; Orowr,
with plaiu direction for fiowlnij Seed, tul
ture ic. " lieautnully illustrated, with
more than One Hundred Fine Wood ingrav
inns of Folowers and VeKetbles, and a ISEAt--
TirUL COLORED PLATE OF FJWWERS, Well
printed, on the finest paper, and one of the
moat beautiful u well as the moat .instructive
works of the kind published.
MTBont to all who apply, J)y mnll, post
paid, for Ten CenU, which I; not half the cost.
Jan?. . Rochester, N. T.
HliiUF'S SALE. ,,
" ! SlaU of Okio; Vinton Cotn.ly
JV Samnel Bone, Plaintiff. 1 In..nri mmtnoo
uaiiffl f . f
iml.h Ronat.I.. Ufetidartl.l Orrfe
ler of !.
r .'!!.. IB rARTITIOll
' fi tmrsuane of the command ot an order
X sale in th above cartee Mm the court rom
mon iileaa "id county Of Vmton. and rttute of
Oh-o-. and bearing date f Hecomher 2, A, i.
lStiT. and mdirectid Sheriff of HHia wiiiity,
1 will "flfer for l at jublie Mm'tion, at the aor
of the Court House, in the Tovrnot MeArthur,
(aid county and htute, p ; ' c' - ','.! Ic
Monday, tbo'3d day ot February, A-
.. ,d,i8C8. ,., .... vr
t the hour of o'ctoclr W. of snld dy. thrfol
lowinn ir scribed rel-irtate, ntMte in the county
m ... . I i.- t ll-.in ,nu'l,. '
' Th" eoutf-'-at qu Tier of aeoliorv ten (10,1
township ten (10,) of rung- eit-htet-n (1S.Y contain
Imt one; hndcdiantixty aoree more of tej. i
Appraised at one thoumind uglit hundred dbl
Ian, UHl must bring tvio-lhirdtnf that inn..;.;
To be eold upon an order in partition made
id court, 'n aeee .w erein hemuel Hone
plaint! Joeiah Bne' and oitiersate defrndantsi
; .TERMS OF BAU.- ... ..,
Ona-third caifb m hand t 'tli time or sale one-
. . nl n n.. . , V. I ..J fn .urn va
froni the dy of sale deferred payment- to bear
j pratniites sold. '
:i' JOHN J.'6HOCTr: .'.'
,,.;,Vt 'j ., i Sheriff VintCjOOoWy, O.
BtaMati Mye, kWyi. ; '
' jtnuaryi. Ji-'tt ,:.-jut fi
... . IS THE MIRACLE OF THE ACE!
Oray-IIeaded leojplo have their
'locks restored by it to the dark, lustrous,
iilktn tresses of youth, mid aro happy I
Younjr People, with light, faded orred Hair,
' bavo these unfnsliionablo colors changed to
beautiful auburn, and rejoice I
People wliosa ncad nre covered with
Dandrvff and Humors, uso it, and linvo
clean coats and clear and. healthy scalps !
Bald-tleadetl .Vctcranw liava
their remaining locks tightened, and ths
tare spots covered with a liucuriait growth
of Hair, and danco for joy 1
Young Gentlemen uso it because It is
richly perfumed I
Young Ladies use it because it keeps
- their llair In plncc !
Everybody mvst nml will uso it, because
h is the tieanest and best article in the
! market I ' .
For Sale by Druggists generally.
Aiii I'V.I. s.smiitfiM.'i U iv. .-..-miii MvAnliur.
A. Me.r am Jt Co., Whoiea:e Ajieuts,
iiHti, UJiio. I..OV. iQ.lSJT-y
State of Ohio, Vinton County.'
Janus Orawfoid, Plaintiff,
. ... w
in uonn nui
wmiam fnmihr.l el. al . Di-rts. J Ord.-r 4 Decree
jocund trom the cmut of common plena or
Yimou cuumj-, n :"" . , .
roi led as M.eiifl 0 said cninny, I wdl ofto rr
at public iiuulion, at th Iwor nf the Cnurt
lloin-a. iu tlie !nwn of .MeArthur, in the aforesuid
countv of Viiitmi, on
Monday, the M Jay of February, A.
it the hour nt 1 oVioelt I', M. of said day, the
following liiiulK and tenements. nuaio iu iuiu
countv. Ohio, t" wit: .
Thr half of 'the North-Kt Quarter
the Fnl halfnf the North-Went Quarter ol Section
Nun berThirtv-fniirtNo 34,) in Tonnahip Nmn
I. 'lan ik'n. u'.-l nf HuiiKe Kuiiilier Kineieen (o.
19) containing One Ut-udred und Sixty acree more
"'I aken it the property of William Cranfurd to
latisfv an order ami decree oi aiurcjmu vuuniu
favor'ol lamea Cnafoid.
Apprised nt Two Hundred Dollars and muit
brinu two-thlrdol thai nun.
Terms oi bale oi'sh in lind.' .,
JOHN J. SITOCKF.T,
fcher tl Vimou county, 0.
W. K. Htin(r, Att'v for I'l'lt".
Jnnoarr '4 lt(t-f -13
State Ohio Mtigs County.
lle.n 4 Co., PluunflW, 1 In court erinniou
avail at pi ap. (In ex iilion
trbn I hill p f.tier,r'ert. ) iKUiMeifmenuiity,
T1'l;i I'aVI ia ii en ton n d ol 11 f. execu
X lion a. i (d 1 t ni ilieccun l cc pinion plena
ol J. If I fUl 1 , I I d H Ol H ill IMitl M.flli-
ihih i i. H-.tr' t ol imcMountv, I v ill oiler for
fell it i.iibiie miviioii, at lhe 1 oor of the Court
Urn e, io tl i 'li i. o: JlcArihur, in the alortsuid
count) o. inton.on
Monday, the 3i day of February, A.
at the hour of 1 o'clock T. it of aaid day, the follow
lug lai d and tenemeute, aituuteiu Vinlou county,
TbeSnut) -eat Oii'irtcrof the Soul h-est Quar
ti-r of Section 'I him -.five (.id.) ill Township Ten
tlo,) of t;aoo Niiietoi ii (19) in the District ot
I uodi. euhietfi to m le at tliillicothe, (lino, cot.
t-.ining lori) ncres.as the piSjpcriyof John Phillip
Taken re lie property of John Phillip Saner to
at i.f. an et.niwiiuf the vfi mauid court in favor
ol H -in ii ii.
Appraiaed at Firty Uollai j and must bring two
thinls ol llii'l M in
Terms of nule cash in hand.
, JOHN J. f HOCKEY,
Sherifl Vinton county.
Oronvener 4 Unwell, Att'ys for V'K.
January 2, 13(11 tm-li
afaf of Ohio, Vinton County.
Chrinti'Pher Winkleimn, Plaiiititf.l In eonrteom
. .aoniost I mon idea.
Willimn l'earce and f Oreder and
Hamiiel V. I'odxe, I efendan's. j Decree.
PUH-U.lNT to the conimiind of an oruer and
decri. isua I tom ih aoort of ciHninon
i,. a.-ol Vin'Ou rouiiiv, and Male of Ohio, and to
me directed in -henfl of said eounty, I will offer for
ealeat Pulitin Am-tuMi, at tho door of the 1 nurt
Hous-e, in the Towni f IcArthur, in the county
Monday, the Zd day of February, A.
r D. 1868,-; .
at the libnr of 2 o'clock: r. u. of aaid day, the
follovrinii lands and ter ementa one cqnnl undivi
ded half of the following described preinisea to
wn: Cnin'mencinff at thi South-west corner
of thnt iorl of Ont-Lot Number .Twenty,
five (26,) in the Town of Wilkesville. in
.id couoty of Vinton, owned on the Hib
day of iay. A. V. 1859, by William C.
CI ne," ami running foti'h-east parallel
with the Street in said Town Fifteen (16)
Rod; and tbenci South east Eleven (11)
Hods on a stiaight ancle with said
Street; thence Fifteen (15) Rods South
wist on a parallel wiih raid Sesond
Slnei; thence North west to the place
ff; beginning containing one acre mo-e
or less together wi h the Flooring and
haw Mills and all other appurtenances
oa aaid land. - t
Tnkenasthe property cj William A. Tenrce to
lutikly a pidsn ent and decree nf the aforeedd
court in iavor of f'hr atuph.r Winkleman.:
Apprai-ed al one thnuannd one hundred and
fi teen dollars and moat bring two-thirds of (bat
'Itimi oftile cash In hand at tho time of sale.
JOHN J. P HOCKEY,
i . Tr;-yer-rr ; i-hriftVinton eounty. '
' ft. Dana, att'rfor Pf'O. - . -
T January i, lt)HS-w-lB -- ,
;j ..; : : 7- ,r
Stats- af.Ohio, Vinton County.
John'C. P Brown, Plalntitt, In eoirt oomraen
against i pleaa.
William H.Baird and ''
TSdwaidB.tlarkil'efendanta.J Vendl Execntien.
Pr.tRPfJNTto thecommand ofa vendl execution
. issued from the -ourt of commm p'.eaa of
Vmlonauimty.and State of Ohio, and to me di.
'ie-ie,i la Sheriff ol Vinton eounty, I vlll off-r
A,r .ale ai imhlic motion, nt the door of the Court
: House, in thv Towu ot AlcArlhur, in the county
, iforei-aid,- on ' r r. :;
iMotidayi'tbe 3d day of February, A.
jr,.; J.,:;L I timi, ' ' )
i atthehotirftfio'Clnckr.ii.ofiiidday, tlie fol.
lowma described lands and tenementB, iitnale in
: the Town of MeArthur, in tb county of Vinton,
and State of Ohio, to.witi .
. Eighteen Feei wide off tne west side of In-Loi
Number One Hundred and Eighty (No. 1K.
I laken is th property of Edward B. Clnrlc 10
latisfv n.xecution n lavorofjohn C. P. Brown.
T AppraiMd at On Unndred and Heveniy-five
tjoinVri. and must bring twtt-thirda of tiutl.auia. .
, t. .-iiJ -6heri0VlntwOTntj!
1 m. M : -!! a,. aaainaa fif Vl'ff. .. ,
WASHINGTON .LIEHARY CO,
' PI1ILADELP11IA, . ' . . ,
la' Chartered by 'the State' of reDnsylra&ia,' .
nd Organized in aid of the .
Itlvraicl- InntUatti ' "
. ' ' ' .
For Educating Cratuitoutly Svldiers' end Suit
. - - ' Orphans, .
Incorporaled by the Stat of N. J,
;. . April. ?c J8C7.
SUBSCRIPTION OKE DOLLAR.
The Washington Library Company"
By virtue ef their charter, arid in iceoidence wllh'
its prori.ioua, v. lll distribute 1
TLree Htindrod Thousand Dolla'rs
To the Shareholder
Oa Wsdaeedfly, 8th of Jincary nexf.
' At riillatlc'lphia, Pa ,
Ct al the Institute, Riverside, JV. , v
1 Pressut woi th . $40,0
t Present worth . " JO 060
.1 Present worth . , , 10 0
1 Present worth . 6,090
2 Presents north $2,600 eaeh . . 6,0UU
1 Preseut valued at - 18.0C0
2 Preacuts valued it $16,000 each 30,(00
X Present valu d at, 10 000
4 Presents valued at So 000 each 2o,)00
2 Presents valued at $3 OuO each " 6,000
3 Presents valued at 1 000 each 8,000
20 Prevents va ued al &00 each . 10 (JOO 1
10 Prcents valued at 800 each 9,000
3 Presents valued at 230 each 751)
2 Presents valued at 225 each 4.600
SH Presents valued at 200e.oh 12,000
60 Presents valued at $76 each 8,760
U l) l'.e ents valued at $100 each lljoOO
20 P csi'iits valued at $76 each 1,600
It Presents valued at $60 euoh 60
The reniuiiiiiig Preneuts consists of ar
ticlcs of use and value appertaining
to the diffusion of Literature and tbo
fine art ' 82.010
Each oertiflcateof itook is iccompanJed with '
north More at Hetail than tie Cost of
Acd ilto intures to the bolder a
Present iu tLe Great Distribution,
C,,Tr--,,.,,-4v.-, fl ,-, r I Y 1 1 a u
Any person Bending us Ons Dollar, or pay.
ing the same to our local Agents, will receive
immediately a fine Steel Plate Engraving, at
choice from the following list, and Ota Cer
tificate of Stock, insuring One Present la
our puhlialiel schedule.
One Volfar Engravings
No l-"My Child! My Cbild'l" Ne 3
"They're Saved!" Ho 3 "Old Seventy-six;
or, the Early lJays of the Revolution "
Any person paying Two Dollars will ra- .
ceive either of the Steel Plates, at choiee, sod
Two Certificates of Stock, thus becoming un
titled Two Presents.
Two hollar Entrav'tifs.
Wo. I 'WHahiugton'i Cctirnhip." No. g-"WB-liigton's
Last Intel view Kith hia Mother,"
Three Dollar Engravings.
Any pereon jwyuig 'I hree l ullura will receive till
beautilul nre) Mute ol "lli uie Kiomthe Viir,"aod
Three ctititlcates of Block, btcouuug ibiitUU U
t'Ctr Vollar Engravings.'
Any person paying Tour Hollar shall receive the .
Inrye and beautilul xlerl Plate nf 'lhe Peril? otOur
Forelntliera," and Four certificate ot tuck,eBti
tliDjj them to lour I'reients.
Fits Vollar Engravings.
" Any person who paya Five Uolliira ahiU receive
the large and splendid ftecl Mule of "The Mai nag
ol I'oenlioutiie,'' and Five cerlitlcHtea of atoclt, lull
tiiiiKthem to Five I'rc.-ei.if.
The ehgravina and ccrtificatoa will b deliverad
to each auleiuriber at our Local Agenciea, oi aeut
by mad, suit paid, or express, may be orderad.
I7ow to Ob'ain Shares and Engravings.
Fendnrdera to us by mail, enclosing from ore t
twenty d liars, either by Post Office orders or in s
registered lettei, at our risk. Larger amounts
should be sent hy draft or expreai.
' 10 aliuris with engravings $ t 60
23 shares .with engravings 23 60
60 shares with engraving ii 60
75 shares with engravings 69 00
100 shares with engraving to 00
Local Agent wanted throughout the Uni
THE RI VERSIDEjlNSTlTUTE,
Situate at Riverside, Burlington county, New.
Jersey, Is founded for the purpose of gratu
itously educating the sons of deceased Sold
icra end Seamen of the United States. "
The Board of Trustees consists of the followlBB
well-known eitieu of Pennsylvania and New Jerteyi
lion. William Man 11,
District Attorney, Philadelphia, Pa.
Hon. Lewis R. Broohiall,
Kx-Cbief Coiner U. S. Mint, and Rscerdair .
of Deeds, Philailelphia, Pa.
Hon. James M. Scovel, New Jersey,
Hon. rV. VY. Ware. New Jersey.
1 1 en i v tlurnian. Gso .
Agent Adams' Express, Philadelphia, Tt,
3. . Cce, E?q ,
Of Joy, Coe & Co,, Philadelphia.
18, WOT. Office ot Inivrnil HoTftimc: II trine r?cir
td satisfactory evidonre thfltthf prooopds or the to
..a. fltinti H hv the VJ nth inert nr 1 ttirurv i"ntvi-
niinr will be dovoled to e!iBiitnUe ut-e. pa-rmn-ion
' .A,I tituairl nntnr.nr m ... .k.
enterprise exempt from all charge?, vh?ttier frum
lijiecial tax or other duty.- E. A- ROLLINS,
vers, Messrs GEOliOP A. COOKE & CO.,
whose well snow integrity and, business ex
perience will be a efircient guaiantee that
the mouey entrusted to them will be prompt
ly ariilled to the purpose stated. : ' ' '
' ' PmnnEtrHiA, P , May f 1847,
.n a.... .nil C.mluiFii i.f III. WnLhinlnl, I I.
J IIU jinoow'-'- --'-' -jf-- ---- wvw,
loin. uhi.'" B,,u , .. ......A.VH
brarr Company, N. B. KKAti.Becretarv: , .
(ieiitieiueut: tin reocipt ,of your favor of ,
lhe 15ih tnsti noiiiymg ns ;ot our puoini
meat as Receiver for your Conpany, wo
took the liberty to submit a copy of your :
Oearier, with apian of your enterprise to
eminent legal authority, and having receiv
ed his favorable opinion in regard to us le
gality, and sympailii.in, with the benevo-
lent objeot of your Association, vis : thi edu."
oatlon and matutenauce of the orphan ehil.
dren of our soldiers and tailors of the UiTa
erside Inititu'e, we have eonoluded to ao
cept the trust, and to use our best effort to)
promote B0 worthy an objeot. f 1
Beepeatfully, Yonra, Ao., '
u Li', a, uuvau SjtlV.,
Addreaa all letters and oiders to . .
GEO. i.. COOKE ft CO Banken,
' '. . 1 ' 83 South Third Street, , . .. ,
, ,. . Philadelphia, rV "
Receivers for the'Wartingten Librtiy Cv
t jaij'i.iMMox ':;. :;;,r