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VOL.; 2l. jABggh ' . ' DB, TINION CODKTY, OHIO: THURSDAt
J. W. BOWEN, Editor.
April 2, 1868'
Ornc-BaooBd Btory B. D. Dodge's Building,
One Borr, 1 year, l.fiO I Oneoopy, mow., $1.00
Hue oopy, tmos., U6OiiHCopy,8mo., a0
Oqo oopy tout free to (jutter-up uf Club of Ton.
One umn, 1 weok $l.o-One square 1 mo, 12.60
Yearly advert IsoinonW 100 per coluuiu, and
at proportionate rate lor lesa apace.
Fob Fbbmdint o the United States,
QEOEGE H. PENDLETON,
Bubjcetto tlie decision oftlie Democratic No
Democratic State Ticket.
For Socrctwy of BtatB, 4. .,
: Thomas HnoWd,wr Logan.
. For Supreme Judge,
William . Flnok, ol Perry.
For Member Beard Publlo Works,
Arthur Hngh.es, ot CUyahoga.
For School Commissioner,
BamnelJ. Kirkwood, olflenooa.
For Clerk of Supronie Court,
John M. Webb, of Mahoning.
Democratic State Ticket. Elk Township Democratic Ticket.
. For Trustee, .
Joseph Bobo, '
Hiram II. Swain.
Treasurer, ' ,
."' Clork, ,
James M. McUillivray.
' - Constables,
Alexancer C. Dowd) ' .:
' ,",'' ' Supervisor,
Madison Township Democratic
. yw xru8teca, '' "
A. W, Jaraea, ..
Abram Bryson, . .
David Pinncy. .
Michael Kenck. '
, ; . S-r J. D. Vanderford,
'-.. Astsjwor, '!' ' -:
; ; . : ' Constiibles, " ,
John A. Morgan,
i Supervisor,, , ,
Let every Democrat in the
several townships of yinton
county abide by the nom' na
tions made by the larty, and
let no man, if he prides him
self upon his Democracy, be
guilty of that unpardonable
tan of "scratching the ticket."
Be sure that no family feuds
or petty broils deter you from
doing your duty'.. We would
rather our right arm" should
fall from our body than that
it should erase a single name
upon a regularly and . fairly
nominated ticket Let every
Democrat be ready when the
day comes 1 Give your whole
time to the cause I" -? Use "all
fair and honorable means to
secure decided advantages of
the rich and aristocratic bond
holders who receive the gold
while the poor man receives a
few ragged scabs! ' .'"
Attend to It. "We hope
that some leading Democrat
or Democrats, in every town
ship in Vinton county, will on
election day;' endeavor to get
up clubs for the Democratic
Enquirer, ' It will be a good
opportunity to see all your
Democratic neighbors and SO'
licit them to subscribe, hc
terms are very low : Ten cop
ies, one year, $15,00, and one
copy to getter-upu pf , "clubyor
$i,ou per year;' or $ U,7a for
six months; or ten cbpie?, six
months', $7,50, and one copy
to getter up of club. , .
Mat sensational ' rumors about
conspiracies against Congress, rebel
plots and threatened raids nnon
Washington, have been put afloat
xor stocK-joopinpf 'purposes within
the last two or three days. ' Wash
ington correspondents' declare there
is not' a Bhaaow of foundation for
these report?. '"'; " ,; ; ' . , '; , ,
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Tiik Madison Township
Ticket. The Democracy of
Madison Township have nom
inated a ticket worthy the
earnest ' support of every op
ponent of the Bondholding
Mongrel Radicalism and the
friends of good government in
that township. "We can re
commend all the candidates
a$ men of good character and
standing, sound Democrats,
and well qualified for the re
spective offices. Let every
man go to work and see that
the whole ticket is elected.
It can ' easily be done, if
every Democrat will stand
firm, The Democracy of the
township done nobly last fall;
aidtheycan do just as well
this Springi . if all will march
forward to 'the good work.
The Radicals will struggle to
secure the Trustees with a
view to having a majority of
the election board at the Oc
tober and Presidential elec
tions; but our gallant Demo-
crtitio friends there should not
leit them secure this advantage
when they can very easily
prevent it. The candidates
for Trustees are the best of
the best men, and should re
ceive the support of all. Re
member that the election will
be held on Monday, the 6th.
Let every Democrat be sure
and go and vote. ; , '
The Democrats in the sev
eral townships should be sure
to have their tickets printed
for the coming election. It
will save much trouble and
annoyance. . "W"e are prepar
ed to print them neatly ana
promptly at low figures.
Eagle Township Democratic Ticket.
The good Dorpbcracy . of Eagle
Tpwnship jnot at Ilaynes' Store,
in that township, on Saturday last,
and nominated the following ticket:
Trustees O. J', Clark, Grafton
Anderson, N. V. Thompson.
Treasurer ITm. R. Taple., '
Assessor J, W. Wilkinson. .
Clcrk-JI. C. Hayncs. ;
Constables Andrew Turner, Jacob
Justice of the Peace J. W. "Wil
kinson.'. '...".'' i
This is an excellent ticket and
should receive the support of every
voter in the township. The Demo
crats should be active work with
out ceasiDg, and every, man will be
elected. , .,, . , : ... .. .
Judge Chaae Brought to th Guillo
' T at ' Anti-Slavery Standard soys
of: Judge Chase: "2Tc never had an
.opportunity to serve hisparty that, he
did not betray it."- And that is said
of Judge Chase because he will not
consent to play tho partisan in the
diecharfre of his duti03 as Chief
Justico of the United States. , This
donuneiation..of. thojonly. truly great
man of the Eepublican party shows
thatrieithef integrity, elevated con
coptlons ' of duty,' eminent abilities,
attachment to principled, ilor fear
of God are regarded by the fanatics
that move the car of revolution.
We had supposed if any man would
escape tho party guillotine It would
ba Judge Chuse ; but he hesitates,
and is brought under the knife.
Voting on Impeachment.
,The people are voting vigorously
to Impoach the Radicals in Congress.
It may bo that the Radical Sonators
will ratify the articles of Impeach
ment preferred against President
Johnson Dy the House, ine peo-
Ele aro not excited in anticipation
ut they are now so voting on every
occasion that oners as to convinci
tho mnst, obtusa that., thev will im
poach the Impeachers.. The great
trains to tho Domocratlo party at
the municipal elections just held in
Pennsylvania' and New York testify
to this. " Pondleton, Greenbacks and
No Negro States comprehend all the
issues between the Radicals and the
Democrats. As good a time as any
will be the 6th of April to pronounce
on these throe propositions by tho
There will be a meeting of Teachers at the
Union School Houte, In McArthur, Ohio, OU
Saturday, April , 1819, for the purpose of ma
king arrangement for holding an Institute
for the ensuing fall. : '-.;:. : -
All' Mends of education, and especially
mom hen of the Executive Coramlttoe of the
Vinton County Teachers' Association, are
earnestly invited to attend. , ......
J. M. McGILLIVRAY.
Sec'y V. Co, T. A.
Tat Democracy ot Washington
County are triumphant I The con
tested . election cases of Auditor,
Treasurer, Commissioner and Pros
ecuting Attorney, have been decided
by Judgo Guthrie in their favor.
We are sure that our friend, W. C.
Hood, of the Marietta Times foels
happy 1 that he will ohocrfully do
the official printing the Rads have
forced upon him I
If the Scioto Gazette Co; who
own the littlo Negro organ of this
County printed in this town, should
notify Homer Jones that he must
yay fifteen cents per line for the
"reviews" of tho "Onderdonk-Jones
contest case," wo think Jones would
not write any more long "reviews"
of the matter, 'it docs seem to me
that the dear child is worried nearly
to death I Willie, my boy, fetch me
Doctor Jayne's Almanac I want to
seo if something can't be done for
our dear child."
Tun Athens Messenger says the
President "drinks." Well, wo are
very sure that all those who belong
to the Messenger editor's party voted
for the President, and we think they
should not murmur. .
The great crowd of place-hunters
contractors, speculators, and various
other styles and types of political
adventurers, who compose the Mon
grel party, in every Stato and coun
ty in the United States, and even in
Vinton county, are just now as busily
engaged in President making as a
gangof burglars, horsejockeys, stock
holders, and other sharpers would
bo in getting into the pockots of
honest people. '
[For the Democratic Enquirer.
"That child has got a petticoat at
So said a young lady, as a middle
aged woman and her daughter
stepped out of the door behind them.
The oldest woman bad a babe in
her arms about three months old.
They were neighbors of the young
lady who spoko. She was there
every day, and knew the truthful
ness of bar remarks, when she pro.
ceeded to say. "I never saw that
child with apotticoat on until now."
The family had been known to the
writer for years. The husband and
father was mtemporato bofore the
war, but the mmily had always
been comfortably provided for.
But now tho mother had just been
saying it took so much to pay for
George's whisky, her children were
bare-footed, and could not go to
school, and they had no money with
which they could buy the necessary
supplies for winter. She had done
what she could herself; sold a littlo
. . . .
butter to add to their scanty clo
thing, but now wanted to sell her
cow bocauso sho did not have the
moans to keep her. Sho d'd not
allude to the circumstance that she
had been unable to procure an under
garment for hor child for months
after its birth ; it was too mortify
ing. But her sad countenance told
too plainly a tale of suffering. This
sad story shows the workings of
the whisky tax. Innocent babes
are made suffer for the dopraved
appetite of the fathers; and how
many such cases, and even worse
ones, thero may be .throughout the
longth and breadth of the land,
Heaven only knows. Bondholders
and swindlers are depriving inno
cont children of their winter cloth
ing; and thousands ,. of innocent
women would welcome death as
happy relief from thoir sufferings
The Bondholder receives his golden
interest, and the swindler keeps up
his pilo. ; f
The President took a walk and Badly
President, lately, took walk, and
passed by the War Department. The (aoi
was telegraphed all orer the ooanlry at
onoe. Stanton Immediately lent after
another file of loldlersj John Logan in
lantly telegraphed the O. A. R.'a to be iu
readiness Grant look an extra drink to
be ready for the fray. Sumner bought
railroad ticket for Boston, or a place of
aafely, Bingham hid; Thad SteaTeni be
came weaker, and weaker, the whole Rad
ical pack at Washington were in an in
tente elate of alarm, and all because the
bold "A. J." In an afternoon stroll walked
by the War Department I . ,"
Thb radicals of tho country are
taking a general tilt at Chiof Justice
Chase, just now. : He don't go into
impoaebmeht business with as much
enthusiasm' as they would like to
see. Unconditional impeachment,
or impeaohmont right or wrong, is
the sentiment they wish to Bee mani
ifestod by all hands. Having fairly
put thoir hands to the plow,, there
is nothing so annoying to thoni as
to be compellod to halt of look back.
Logan County Gasette.
Petition Against the Income Tax.
Wo are glad to see that the out
rageous unconstitutional, despotic
and inquisitorial income tax is about
to be publicly protested' against.
Let evorvman and every woman
subject to its infliction, move for its
repeal. A glance at tho principle
will show its evidont unlawfulness.
A man with s family eahnot live on
1000 per- year. His j income1 is
$2000 ; and with all his utrogles to
economize he spends every dollar of
it. and finds himsolf in debt, when
the tax gatherer notifies" him to stop
up to the "captain's office", and Bet
tie. Now, he does not pay on what
he saves per year, but on what ex
pends, He is taxed on everything
he buys and is then again taxed on
the footings of his expenditures.
If he laid up his surplus over J1000
per year, there might appear to be
a show of justice in muking him
pay an income tax ; but he not only
expends all his income fqr necessi
ties, but is loft in debt yet he is
called upon to pay another tax, on
his expenditures : notontnesavrngs
or increase of his little store, for he
has none. This income Jax is un
constitutional. Thero arahundreds
of individuals in the United States
who have resisted Its olloctlon.
There are several wealthy men in
New York who have doe so, and
there has as yet never ben a singlo
suit carried into the courts on the
question. The massos have meekly
borne this outrage, asjhey have
others, but it is time'lo protost
against it, Let a million! of names
go to Washington, and demand the
repeal of the infamous income tax.
The New Hampshire Election—What
ThoNewHampshire election after
all, affords any thing but; a gratify
ing prospect for the radicals. Des
pite their enormous frauds in colo
nization of false voters, and in
counting the legal voters despite
the immense sums of money which
thoy spent corruptly in thje canvass
their majority has been reduced
from 3,100 in 1867 to 2,600 in 1S63
This Democratio 'gain of 600 votes
on a total poll of 70,000, has been
effected in a population which has
few transient voters which is dis
tinguished for its fixed perversity ou
political sentiment, and which af
fords the scarcest materials to ope
rate ou in a Democratic reaction.
Nevertheless the change from 18C7
is equal to 3,800 votes in Ohio on
the 480,000 votes wo pdll hero. If
the Radicals run behind their last
yew's otevkoorft-ih!y.iaT dona
in New Hampshire, they will lose
the electoral vote of Ohio. They
will lose Connecticut by 2,000 ma
jority. They will lose Pennsylvania
and they will loso JNew York. In
short, they will lose the nextPrcsi
dent. All that the Democrats or
other Statos have got to do is to
maintain their vote of 1867 as gal
lantly as it has been done by thoir
brethren in New Hampshiro, and
thev will elect the President. But
they can and will do far better.
Outside of New England wo have
populations that are lar more ac
cessiblo to Democratio truth popu
lations that some times change, -in
stead of blindly going on, from year
to yoar, in the same old political
rut of error. ; If our Democratic
friends in New Hampshire can gain
C00 votes on a poll of 70,000, the
Democracy of Ohio ought and will
give 16,000 to 20,00(1 on the far lar
ger vote of 500,000. Considering
the brilliant results. of 1867 in all
parts of tho Union, the Democratic
gain upon it in New Hampshiro is a
handsome, yea, a glorious opening
ol that ot leb. Cincinnati M.nqui
rer. 1 : ' ' :" '
Tns Court of Cmmo a Pie adjourned
on Monday Inst. . .. , '
THE LATEST NEWS.
J. K. Will has just received
from the "Queen - City" and from
the Eastern market the very largest
assortment of DRESS GOODS ever
brought to this county;
Tho ' finest and most boautifu
quality ot CAJUICOS, at prices
LOWER than ever Bold heretofore!
. The very heaviest BROWN
MUSLINS at only sixteen and two'
tairds cents Per. 7Mi
Men and Boys' Clothing of the
very latest eastern styles, at prices
lower than bofore the war and even
the best suits for only NIKE DOL
, Boots and Shoes of every descrip
tion, at greatly reduced prices La
dies' Shoes almost given away,
' . Wo have examined their fine lot
of Goods, and aro sure that a better
and more complete lot have not been
brought to this market and offered
at such low ; prices. Go and. seo
them before going elsewhere.
A Ciukcs ion a Tbaoi. W would
call the attention of the public to the ad
vertlseinent in this paper headed "Valuable
Farm for 6ale." Any person wishing to
purchase one of tha best farms in the
western, part, of Vinton county, or ex.
change town property, or western lands,
or a small farm, in part payment for the
same, would do wetl to eall on A. G- Elliott,
on the premises, or on tha Editor of this
paper, and learn the particulars. Tbs
land is not surpassed by any in Southern
Ohio fcf Hcbacss of ioil. '.'7" '. J . , . . t. -
, ': l.i . r ) Ui
Bow to Sat Giikao! But.rerj
few of the many people who read ibis
papir know hew to make greenbacks or
how to tare them. We will tell oorsu-
meroae readers how to do this. Tco
energetlo gentlemen of tha popular Hard
ware Store, in Daila' Old Stand, en the
North aide of Mala etreet OiLt ft Rich
mond are reoeWlog a large and rarled
aeeortmeni of ererytblng usuallj ketot Id
their line, and art More fully prepared
than ever to furnUh all wbe may favor
them With a call with the very latest and
most approved patterns of cooking stoves',
parlor mantles, stone furniture at every
desorlplion in nis, tin ware "too numer
ous to mention," the most beautiful vaTley
of cutlery star brouget to this part of the
world and of the best and finest manufac
ture, Agricultural Implements of every
description, Carpenters, and Coopers, and
Wagon Makers, and Sadiers Tools of every
kind, and thousands and ihotteands of
other small and large things which we
oan't name In a month, and whfci'i they
are getting rid of for less greenbacks
than ever before asked for suoh goods In
this county. It is amusing to see how
cheap they sell new goods, and sava the
greenbacks in the pockets of the custom
ers. ' 1 ''
Ii you are Indebted to Strong's Drug
8tore, oall and settle forthwith.
First appearance in America of the
three legged man Her-Yon-Br Maden
tine, with Dodge 4 Bartlne'S Varieties,
A young man asked a beantlfnl girl the
other evening al the party, what she nsed
npon ' her hair to make it so gloriously
rich and lustrous1.' Her first impulse was
to administer a severe rebuke to his bold
ness, bnt when she saw his ridiculously
friity locks, she pitied rather than con
demned him, and so answered. Barretts
Vegetable Hair Restorative is the only
hair preparation I admit to mjUoilet. To
it low my handsome hair.
Go to J. A. FiUon's for the best Family
Flpar, manufactured at the water mill.
Cvtit ton Nsuxawia. Ladies will find
that Turner's Neuralgia Pill is the onry
sure cure for Keuralia, and Nerve Ache.
For sale at Slssoa's. Drug Store. . .
Just Look IIshb, RiADial The wlsked
winter has fled with his icy mantle and
beautiful spring has usurped his place ;
and already has the grass began to grow,
and the green buds besinnlns to show
themselves in the fields and gardens in
and around our town, and Gn.l & Kiob-
Hoxn are reoanlng a fine supply T garden
and farmer's tools of every description
and style, which they are almost giving to
people I Those having to work in the
beautiful fields and gardens should be
sure to visit their Hardware store first.
Fo Fine Perfumery, go to Slsson's
Tat Importation of rags from the Medi
terranean, hides from Brazil, and other
oommedities from the topics, is known to
bring the germ of disease, chiefly fevers,
which are sometimot very afflicting and
fatal. Atks's Aoos CVid stimulates the
Liver to excrete these germs from the
system as effectually as it does the mias
matic poison of our Ague districts. Con
sequently it affords invaluable protection
to stevedores and others whose occupations
expose them to these dangerous infections ;
and we hops to render them valuable
service in giving them this Information.
New York Despatch; ..
For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to
Sisson's Drug Store.
It is almost useless for' us to say that
the facilities of Gili & Bicnxoitn, who
keep superior workmen In their "employ,
for roofing, guttering, Ac, are positively
unequaled in Vinton county, and it only
requires a call and a test to be convinced
of the truthfulness of all we have asserted
about them. . t
Pot Ayer's Medicines, oall at
Drug Store. . , ..... .
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Riid This. Coslar's Celebrated Buck
thorn Salve, for cuts, burns, bruises,
wounds, boils, rinr-wcrm, cliaDDed hand,
itch, and almost everything else, only 26
eents a box 1 the Universal Corn Solvent,
for Corns, so., (sure cure,) only 25 oents
a box: the Cclerbraled Bishop Pills a
universal dinner pill for headache, cos
tivencss, chills, fevers, 4c, only 25 cents
a box : the Pectoral Conch Remedy, for
oouEhs, colds, hoarseness, sure throat,
broncial affections, 4c, only 25 cents a
box: and the preparation of Bitter Sweet
and Orange Blossoms, for beautifying the
complexion, to Soften and beautfy the
skin, remove freckles, pimples, eruptions,
&c, only $1 a bottle : all the best) reme
dies yet Introduced, ent lor sale at Die
son's Drug store, uo ana get some now,
- v '.ti : .
: School Book
for - sal at Sissoa's at
half price. ' " "
j Mtsstsv Devon it Co., .of Cincinnati,
are offering Millinery Ooods at lowest
Kear' York trices. "This is 6ns of the
oldest establishments in the. West' long
experlenc and wealth onaUe them to
ill iroods votv low. and ktep up as
alemnt assorfment by coiitiuiiAl importa'
lion; See thtir advertisement In to-day's
', Btjinks. We have lust printed a lot
of Blanks for Justices of the Peace Sum
monses, Subpoenas, Exeouiions, 4c; and,
also, all kinds of IHauk .Deeds. AU for
sale al the lowest rates.
Puitostob Sstr Any person wisbing
bo purchase a splendid Piano, will save
from one hundred to on hundred and
fifty dollars by calling at this office. ' We
can furnlBh them at greatly reduced rate?.
li'i.-ijiv'.-iis ..i'.'.n v.-V i.M.o '
J)EVOU & COMPANT,
83 69 Paul Streeti (HaotniaU, Ohio,
, . 5 ' '.',, Offer to , '
ll I L LINE II S,
A foU auilmcnt of the Newest Styles of
Ribbons, Silks, Crapes, Flowers,
. All New Shapes Bonnets db Eats,
Stoma, GoMen Gate, Rival, Arlington, Eve-
- , ryoay, loeitte, wiute rawu.
Inants' Straw Goods ', .
. " ' in Great Toriety.
Orders wilt have prompt attention and at
lowest Hew York prloua.
SOCKET: COEN fLAKTEE.
j Light! Blmtlsl Oheafl Darahlsl Uaafoll :,
Fit any Hoe Handlo, and may be attached
and removwi in a niouieut,
, .AN I CHILD CAN WOR JT .
and It cannot get out of order.
' Counts the Grains Itself, .
And drops them exactly where they are want;
ou. 111 JiaiU MgllH
the labor in planting, and so will pay tor itself
in luui . uuj.
TSTITl TRY lrn TRY IT!
VOB gALI BY
HAEPEE & PARTBIDGE,
M Pearl street, Now York. -aw-fttate,
county and town rights for sale.
April 2, UU8. .
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The State oi Ohio, Vinton County, as.
Before 8umul C Case, Commliialoner of In
Notice Is hereby Klven thatOeonre V.. floen.
ocr, of said Vinton county, has applied to me,
Mumutu u. uasa, Lommwsioner or insolvents
or sum v inton county, anaer Hection 7, of the
l.l.-.l ...II. au. I l.t UCUCIll III LUC lUWJKCII,
laws. And that he has comnlied with the re-
aulreinenUiof the state te In snch case made
aim proTKiixi; tuavi win utein me uourl ol
Common Pleaa for said comity, on or before
ui.umaHVDiiiwu. terra oi aaia tourv,
the HuhoduuM, Inventory, oath and other mo-
euaary papers in sua apimeauon.
. v SAMUEL C. CA8HC,
Comm hialonur Iuaulvvnla, V. t.i O.
March 2),lti8-ot .
rALCABUB FARM FOR SAX
The nndenrsisned, desiring to retire from tha
more active duties of life, oilers for sale his
valuable rnrm, situate two miles north of tho
l owuslup. Vinton county, Ohio, on the State
Marietta (. incinnau rtallroad, in Harrison
ruxia leauips iroui Liuuiuotn to Athens,
about 14 milt mat from Chilliootlie, S fi
Loudonderv Station and 4 from Ravavllla
8t;ition, coutaluing 600 acres about 2uv arree
under cultivation, SO acres lu meadow, and 250
aoruaof bottom land; two comfortable dwel
ling hoiimw; locations heulthiul; Rood barn
and stuliles; two nice orchardHj tho bent of tim
ber and water. The farm can ba divided into
two parts: will be sold In seperate parts or to-
finer, a amau lann, or wetcru luuos, or
wn property, can be taken In exchange.
r or particular, can nn or wiuress
J. W. BOWKN.WcArthur.O..
11 Or A. O. ELLIOTT, on the premises. '
V Dairymen, Parmers,
CONSIGN TOUR '
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS,
1 BtJTTFR, CHEESE, EQ03,
FLOUR AND MEAt,
' , FLAX, COTTON,
! .' PURS AND SKIN3, .
DRIED AND GREEN FRUITS,
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME, .
' POULTRY, NAVAL STORES,
V HOPS, GINSENG, FEATH.
ERS, HEMP, PROVISIONS,
OILS, LARD, TALLOW,
' TOBACCO, SEEDS, ""'
i SORGHUM, MOLASSES, to., &.
i .' " :' ' " : to .'
! ," JOSIAH CAEPENTER, .
General Commission merchant,
".' 443, Hi fc Ui Wiuhingto Strett,
. NEW YORK CITY, , '
' And receive his weekly Price Current of
Produce and Groceries the.lncwt complete
Price Current Published iu the United States.
; ' : SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Harking plates and Cards, -!.
f ' rurnished froo.
; Liberal Advances ma4e on Consignments,
j .: , Sttabtakii, May Ut, 1860.''
Ftrst Class ReferenccB Olven When Tteqnlred.
Will give yon a-chanoe to obtain a fortune
of tSO.OOO to France, Smith 4 OS's Ken
tccxT Lotteky, drawing the middle aad iaat
if each month during the y oat 1508.
Bend your addrtea fot a circular. ' Address
r i - ' FRANCS, SMITH A CO., - -iarchU,lM-w;''
' . .Covlniton.Ky.
David Koanlne, who foslrfeeln the ttae
Illinois, (iwiyu Uornilnrti, Ilonry liolthliMa,
Nelson Hofrhiuerf, and ly Hlxnn, InlMrmar
nd with Bnnoul Illxon, of the onniy o
Vinton, and Btul of Ohio, will take nulv that
VoBeHoilhln,, Kjcecutorofihehiat will and
Imminent of William llonhinra, d.'C'd, on t)4
14th day of Marwh, A. 1. 1, fll-'d hl pelltlrin, ,
In thi Prohato court, within and furtliecniji
ty of Vinton, and Ktflte of Ohio, allMh.'li that
the wild William Uoirl)in.dM aei in St
simple of Uie following dwrii)i rvttl eta!e.
situate la auld eouuty ot V In tun, and Suut of
Ohio, to-wlu . i
Bing that part lytnuwnt ofth Rati Rnf
of theEiwthalfof the Korth-6iit qurrmrot
Bcctlon Number Four (4,) Towmhlp lSumbur
Ten (10,) Range Number 6evntn (17,) eon.
tulnlua: Forty acres more or let
That It lanvoftwary tosell raid reo! estate la
ordr to carry out the provisions and inteutof
the Will of the aid William llonhlinv: and
that Mnry HoShines, awidow of wild docwa
od, haedechned to take under said Will, and
elected to take undr the taw, and Is entltlod
to dowro In said premise. -
The prayer of said petition is rorajnlffnrnmtt
of dower to said Mary Bollhlnea, and for a
sale of aaid preinisus aubjett to said dower s
tu, to cnriy out the provisions and UiUuluf
thr.id Wlfl aaaforcuiid.
Baid petition will bo tot hoaxing on the Xth
day of AprU, A. D. IS8S.
- VOSfl HOrTTTTNEa, ' '
Fwntorof'IvsUitc'WllMiira Hofl h ines, dee'd.
iUod this 2iih day ol March. A. S. Ijou.
Wuqpay the highest market price in Cash toe
au Binus oi
COUNTBT P B 0 D V.CBi
Srtngoa yow " L
raoB, """ ,,
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CHICXESi, ' '
DRIED PEACHES, "
BEESWAX, - .
plax seed, '
,' ,:; owoks, . '
. ' .'potatoes, I
RAQ3, - .' ;.:' ;. ; ,
Or any other article yon may have to dispose cf
We also have a froah and comple stock of
FAMILY : GBOCEBIE8. '
- ... '.!;,, ;.' it r.-U'm
Olva ns a oall and ana frw vnnrapltm aa tha
Room formerly occupied by lUclunan as s
March S,lg6R-3m .... ,
, ..; ... . i -. ( .x' ' . a, i-i
Beta leave to Interm ttia cHiaene of Yintoa aad
adjoiaiDf counties that too prpaMd la luraiak
thtm with , ,
" TABLE TOPS, ?.
Tie Latert and nwt Approved Styles. ' J
' All Work neatly and promptly executed. .,
All mv prices are much lower than those 'it
other shop Permns about purchaaing aro iav
vitod toauareful inapeution of my slock and
ShopIn Helena's Building, on Vain Street.-
JOTICX TO LABORERS.
' . . . ,t.l
Notice Is hereby given that thcComwIwilon.
;reof Vintonoouuly, Ohio, will meet at tln
New Bridge, at liidcllirs, on Big Hacooou
Creek, In Vinton Township, on , ,
Friday, the lOth day of April, A: 1,
at 10 o'eloek A. M. of anld day, and offer to let
w uiviowwvreaponsiuie oiuucx uie .- .. , TM
at the ends of anld Bride,
Bneclfleatlona made know at tha Rrlrlira n
said day of sale.
ity order of tho CoumimlonerK -J..r l;
, W. K. FGIiTON, (i
"..,..... Auditor Vinton Co.
AIarchU,lW8-t4 t- s)
' . 1,000 'ilM A5.D WoMBHl d
rosseeaiu nood chwaater and aamrv. aarsa.
verenee and intelligence t ol as oaova'sseraiar
eaenes of , ' ' ' 1
Pipe Beautiful Iledl AmericaA
; ;:;'. Fatcs yX -
Enrraved os svoss ic Paris by the most eminent
UlhOfiraphers In the world. Thene Rices, which
art moat hnautiml aad poetic coneoptiona, are
destined t typify the beat Ideal tjfpea of Ameri
cm Womsnliood, reprtaeaiinj their charitiea,
deration, eympthles, attehmnts and heroism.
The lithography iam the highest eljle. of tba
art, and ia such as has rarely been equaled, aad
cannot be excelled.
Thsse portrxila have received unqBaKaed prats
mm ifae met! eminent criun aad porminst
nevrspaper althe eouatry, and they should adorn
ewery bonwhold hi the land.
For particulare and desurl'Jtive eiroular. ad
dress ... L. a BOBINMON, .
- ' 4S Main Street, Bpringticld, Mass.
tmarch6,iS6ow . . . , u
NOTICE IN PARTITION.
Ahra Ackley. wiiow, John Acktey, Israel
Ackloy.Jacob Ackley, Awna Puker,auil Mr
Un UuKer,her hnHljHnd,o( the 8m i of Mis
souri, Susan Hcskett, ami John Jlketther
husband, Jane Metheny, Phoebe Smith, and
JohnHollth, her bswliand, Julia Ackley, ef
Vlutnn county, Ohi, and Fanny Mmallwaod,
of Rnw county, will take notice that, ou tha
7th day of March, A. 1. Inm, a petition waa
Bled against them in the Clerk's Or! ice of tho
Court of Common I'leutt, of Vinton county,
Ohio. prnyltiB for the partition and unsign
ment of dower in the widow of tho followins:
described real eauite, altuale In tha Coonty of
Vinton, and ftUiteof Ohio, to-wit:
The North went quarter of the ftootk-wnst
quarter of Section Itilityaoj Township Teas
10,1 Range Nineteen 19, J of lands aiililect to
entry at the Land dm, at Chillieolhe, Ohio,
andeoutaintnK Forty-ntneaenstandftfty on.
hunilreiithaofanacreriSlial-MtOUaereit.l , , .
The mid petition will be fnr hoarinR St the
neit'lrmof UiaConrl of Commna Plea of
Vintou county, Obto, next folluwlna tha
March Term, lata, ol aaid f ourt.
, BENJAMIN RAIM. 1
J.H.Keith. Attr foi PsUUoaer. , .
j.Marchftlaw.ir. TV . ; acn
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