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48 Hve Malt (sacks)
M Wheat
- Sweet Potato
n lonrn Meal
J4 (Turnip
M " bait
70 " Clover Seed
gn ' Timothy beed
i Klax
S3 " llcnip
46 iCannry
40 "
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60 "
54 "
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82 "
so "
4 "
Barley Mali Btg
fern in ear
Onion U
Peaches, (dried,)
TttUtoei f
so Nlll". 7
S3 ' Hungarian Grail '
0 iHlue Orast "
Cntir Taikt roa BiHB . A correspond
tnt of the County Gentleman gives :he follow
T.V. nit n.na.1. about One Quart to tWO
t.narls of water. Boil half an liour. When
i. i... ..niot l tal ilia ton and mix with
I. I1 o ocitiv,. a twKw f
Vanitian red. far other color and with a
common brush. He knowi of a mill painted
thua aeven or eieht years ago that is still
well corered with the paint.
StiBCH raox Potatois. A staroh factory
n Vermont last year used 28,000 bushels of
'potatoes for which thirty cents per bushel
were paid. A coarse variety called "Cali
fornia," which yields 300 or" 400 busbela per
cre, was used. Thus an Income of $100 per
acre was obtained from land not worth 520
per acre.
riiHT Co as early as the season will
admit. In order to ensure a good orop, itjis
necessary in this latitude to take some risk
of late frosts, and put it early in.order to
get it ripe before the early frosts of the fall.
. A S T It O L O G Y . "
The World Astonished
Madame H. A. tPERRIGO.
SHE reveals secrett no mortal ever knew. She
restores to happiness those who, from doleful
events,catastrophes,crossesin love, loss of relations
and friend!", loss ot money, have become de-
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give von the name, likeness and characteristics of
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her almost supernatural powers unveils the dark
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we see in the firmament-th malefic stars that over
come or predominate in the contiguration-lrom tno
. aspects nd positions of the planets and the fixed
star in the heavena at the time of birth, she deduces
the future destiny of man. Kail not it consult the
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w n I S K E It &
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V in from three to five weeke by using Dr.
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ecience, asting upon the Beard and Hair in
an almost miraculous manner. It has been
used by the elite of Paris and t ondon with
the most flattering success. Names of all
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atifaction Is not given in every in stance,
the money will be cheerfully refunded. Price
by mail, sealed and post-paid, $1. Desiript
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Address BERGER, BI1UTTS & CO., Chemists,
No. 285 River Street. Troy. N. Y. ' Sole
Agents for the United States.
' 1 Tht Stale of Ohit,
Offiet of tht Secretary of State.
1, Wilmai( Hehei Smith, Becrelary of
Btate of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify
that the following is a true copy of the
'joint resolution passed by the Geaeral As
sembly of the State ot Ohio, en the 6th day
f April. A. D. 1867, taken from the original
rolls on file in this office.
In Testimony Whereof, 1 have here
unto subscribed my name and affix
L. B.1 ed the great Seal of (be State of
Ohio, at Colubus, the 6th day of
April, A.I). 1867.
Secretary of Slate,
1 Eels the to aa Amendment of the Constitn-
tion, providing for the extension of the
elective franchise:
Rtiolvid by tht General Atumbly of the
Btatt of Ohio, (three-fifths of the members
elected to each House agreeing thereto,)
That U be and is hereby, proposed lo the
electors ef IhU State I tote at the next annual
October elcotioa, upon the approval or rejec
tion 01 ine following auienuuicuv u m buu
et.it ute for the first tectie of the fifth Arti
cle of the Constitution of this State, to-wit:
..Every male, citixen of the United Btates, of
the age of tventy-ono years, who shall have
bees a resident of the Slate one year
next preceediag the election, and of the
county, township, or vtird In which
1. . ...iilaf soi.1, iim ka mav a rjro-
videdby law, except such persons as have
borne arms in support of any insurrection or
rebellion against the government of the Uni
ted States, or have led from their plaoes of
residence to avoid being drafted into the mil
thereof, nr Lava deserted the
. .U I J ... w.,.
n;i,i.rv nr naval fsrvic of said Government
ia lime of war, and Lave not subsequently
been honorably discharged from the same,
hall have the Qualifications of an elector
aud be entitled te vote at all elections.
Fptiktr of the llovte of fitprtttnlatirt:
Jttiidtnt of the Snail
rad April 6, l?6T. (8
Apnl 1, 10T...
THE CRISIS, For 1867.
Tbc Seventh Volume and the Seventh
Year of the publication of Tub Crusts is
about to begin, and, in acoordnnoe with cus
tom, we issue our Annual Proapeotus. We
n.d not McaDltulate its history daring the
stormy years of if existence, nor remind
those who nay reau it, oi ua sorvjuco m up
half of the great principles of the Democra
cy, and wnat Its conductors conceiveu, uu
what time has shown, to be the best interests
of the country. Its merits hare oeen ac
knowledged ironi tne time u was siancu uj
thal.Teleran and distinguished journalist,
Got- Hsdabt, ana iib jiroscm suuuuoivm
simply claim for it the credit of an earnest
and undeyiating adherence to the plan and
principles or US lounaer. in an vuo puim
cal yicieeitudes of the past six years the
failure of some, the aposiacy oi outers, ui
the unguarded weakness of many, exponents
of Demucracv, Tub Crisis has neyer denia
ted from the straight r'n of P'inoiple, nor
b.en allured by temporary expedients, in
timidated by threats, nor disheartened by
J..fnot ni1 disaster.
On the score of principle we claim for it
the merit of fidelity, Honesty, ana consist
A newsDSDer we claim for it the
merit of being an txponeut of Western in
terests and ideas, a reuaoie journal oi lue
times, a valuable oompanion of the farmer,
the mechanic, the business man, and the
family circle. It is our aim to fill the large
.) wlili maLtar of real interest and rer-
maoont valni. to diaauss Questions of urin-
oiple that are of real significance, to inform,
improve, and instruct, as well as amuse
and to this end we discard the idle twaddle
which goes so far to all up the daily papers,
the obscene advertisements and the sensa
;nnoi rilv nf the ln.v. We could publish
hundreds of letters from the best men of the
country approving or tho course or in
Cbibis in this respeot, and to this course we
propose to rigidly adhere. The reliable
market reports and the great amount of
statistical, agricultural, finanoial, and po-
lilinol infarnillHlin W TjubHah. IS of !ui-
corlance and value to business men, farm-
.m mAKhBn m ann nouiioianH . wniie mo
si Of au v.uuu.vi., r '
riaire of literary miscella
ny which each number contains, commends
it to the borne circle 01 an.
Th nniiiinat views of Tub Cbisis scarcely
reouire definition. It is in favor of Demo-
cratio nrinciDies tn an tneir uresuia nuu
. ... 1. 1 J.U .-J
t.nrilv nvnonnded by TlloMAS JgFFKRSON.
and the other really great men and founders
- . . , . 1. : 1. . 1.
of the uovernmeni, ana uyuu imu iu
Government was successfully conducted lor
nniti r. it. is orjnosed to the A00I1-
tion despotism which now controls the Fed
eral Uovernment, in au us suujico ouu u
j.. i,.tA. ilavin It mnv annear. It is
opposed to the entire Abolition theory of
politics, ana all tne monstrosities, uuiu-jugs,
and delusions which grow out of it. It is
opposed to the thieving jascality, the ty
rannical assumptions, the stupid and bar
barous policies and the lawless usurpations
of Congress, and to all the machinery that
it,o toonhina hAva devised and out in ODera-
tion to overthrow Republican Government,
inamriirat snarc.hv and absolutism, enslave
the people, and oppress them with odious
taxes, and tyrannioal, insane, and oorrupt
legislation. And in advocating the correct
principles and opposing the evils we have
named, we shall continue to u nnuuut
fear or favor. -Tn
nrdej- a' snccessfullT conduct such a
paper as Tin Cbisis, it must have a large
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the aggregate wiu enaoie us to mrmau mem
.;iv . ..mi fnllv eniial in size. suDerior in
print to any Eastern publication, and of a
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Western Democrats. Friends, shall we call
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One terms are 3.00 Der rear. $1,50 for
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Vi Lakeninthe noueenoiu m hii our ixmihiuihui
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tent t changing the political aspect ol nflmrs The
Brest point for which all Iriends of the Union should
labor lor is the pissemination of IVmocratic truth.
If It had had all equal neanng uiiui m rura m 1
opooncnts, weMli'iuld nver have hnd the torribU
..riais of the last five years. Tani.hr hy sad xperi .
once ofiU necessity, we trust the Democratic prest
Is in future to nave a mrr mc v,
wh. vit hnve fallen tvnon the land, owing to the
..i..,.nl o.tnutii.B of the massesl If we
would restore uie umwiu... ' , .: ,
feet National Unify and the old-f.isliioned Peace and
Preineritv. we niunt place the Democracy Kiti in
'L f. it ihin ond. nnH as the most ef-
P....; .ri m the work, we repeat, is the cirsulft-
t on o the uemocrmiu h'"- ,,'.
I.,.. ..in.n alma nnAII Ihfl Pntl rlAM
tion of the Democracy that are univcrsully aoknowl
oHd Throuah proscription and persecution tin
i rmMary edicts ciittme oil oureir
'JW1 Xl" States and district?, threatenet
culatlon in whole States nnd districts, threatened
withtotil suppression, personal imprisonment and
mob violence if we did not change our course, we
stood by the Democratic rlig and gavo expression to
.. . f .n n V.n nrnttH U'ltlltn l.hlr.
its tenets, tsic. uuiu B,
! .l.- 1 Dn1l t l-A rrrantaat lieC.liniarV dls
teCQ IHOlllllB, n" ' -
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be fi.ithtul to its organization. Will not the Democ
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DEACON & PET Eft30N, ' '
' -319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.-
Kepar.ilor Capilla,
Throw away your fclte ffiazes, your, switches, jour
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given. Address,
W. L. CLARK & CO., Ckemiit,
: No. '8 West Fayette 8 treet,
al8yl '' Syracuse, New York.
Thomas llenrh, Administrator 1 -of
Estate of Dr. Julio Coats, I Pe'ltlon to Sell
deceased, J- Bcal Estate,
against I
Arthur Coats and others. I :
In Vinton. Countu Probate Court. Stale of Ohio
To Arthur Coats and Samuel C. Case, who resid in
tKeStateofOhio, and to the unknown ho.rs of Dr.
John Coats, deceased: . '
YOU are hereby notified that Thomas Beeeh, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Dr. John Cents, de
ceased, on the 23d day of April, A. 1. 18"". Hied his
petition in the Probate Court, within and for the
county of Vi"ton, and State of Ohio, alleging that
the personal estate of decedent is Insufficient to pey
his debts and the obnrgos of Administering his Es
tste; that he nieu scmeu in ree simple ot ine iouow
ing described Kcal Estate, situate'm said county, to
The North-west Quarter of the South-west Quarter
of Kange Kumbor seventeen 17,J Townslrip Number
Ten 10, Section Kumber Two 12,J i-onlaimng forty-
one ik'ies more or loss.
' That Arthur Coats and thennknoBn heirs nt laws
who hold the next Estate- of Inheritance therein,
the prayer of said petition isior.the sale ol said prom
ivau. .ii'tiiAi in siuih charfrna And loins thereon.
fcaid petition will b for hearing on the 2Mb day of
May, A. V. ItHii, or as soon inereaner aa cau
heard. .. ;.: THOMAH bEACH, Adm'r
of 1 it, John Coats, deceased.
April 25, lSC7-4t , .
There comet h glad tidings of 'joy to all, . .
To young and toold, to great and to small; '
The beauty which once was so precious aud.rare,
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Bf the ure of , "V
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, BEKUEll, bIIUTT3 & CO., Chemists,-'
Arril 18,1607 -lyj 28!? Kiver Street, Troy, a, ,
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It is warrated lo remove superfluous bair
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285 River BU, Troy, N. Y.
Oh, was ehe beautiful and fair, ' '
, With starry eyea, and eadiaut hair, .., . , ,
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Addres an oraera mi, ,. . ., - ,..i..,
' "W. Li CLARK ft CO., Chemists,
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February !8,MtfT.
yVeteierlsZ 77
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March 7, 1867-6W. , ' p . .
A Larce S nn. Circular, sivinif inlnrmation of tho
greatest importance to the young of both sexes. '
It leaciiun. tww uienuu.eiv uiav un.,iiia uviubiiuj,
the despised respected, midtlie forsnlten loved.
No yoaiiK lady or fcentlenieu should fail to send their
Addross, and receive a cony post-paid, by return mail.
Aiuress i . u. drawer, yi,
Apnl 18, 1807-tlmJ
Troy, K. W
Know Thy Destiny. "
MxnAHK R. F. TiionsTos, the great Eoglifh As
trolosist, C'larvoyant and Psyt hometrician, who has
astonished the scientific classes of the Old World, has
now located herself" at Hudson. N. Y. Madame
Tlinrnton possesses such wonderful powers of second
signt, as tn enauie ner to impart Knowledge oi mo
greatest ImporNtnue to the single or married of ci
thersez. While in a state of trance, she delineates
the very features ot the person you are to marry,
and by the aid o( an instrument of iutenso yon or,
known aa the ?sychorrictrope, guarantee to produce
a life-like picture of the futuru husband or wife of the
applicant, together with the dateuf marrliige, position
in life, leading traits in character, in. 1'his is no
humbug, as thousands ot testimonials can assert.
She will send when desired n certified certi icnte. nr
written guarrantee, tlrtt the picture Is whnlitpur
purts to be. Bv enclosing a small lock of hair, and
stating place of birth, age, disposition and complex
ion, and pm-losina fifty cents and a stamped envelope
addressed to yourself, you will receive the picture
and desired information by return mail. All commu
nications sacredly confidential, Address in confi
dence, Madams IS. F. 'l'nousioit, P.O. Box 223. Hud
son, N. Y. . . April IS, 13U0-lyi
-A T
HAVING purchased and completely renovated
the ,
- - f '.r;'LN MoARTHUU, - . ?
v: " V. : i :. ,v ; , : i
formerly occupied by K. P. Bothwell,) would ra
Sectfiilly announce to the public that he Intends tn
keep constantly oo.kand, a complete Msortjisut ef
suitable for this market, at
ffotten up In a style of workmanship not to be excel
ed by any shop in this secnou.
All kind's of work in his line will b nsolly and
promptly done on very low terms.
Of all kinds done to order on short notice.
A full supply ef :
keptcoDtttautlY on hRndi and
' 4
10 per cent. - will be deducted
on all orders for cash down.
March 7, 18ii7-tt
Official Directory.
Reprecentative in Congress H. b. 11UNDY.
Btate 8enator-J. BUADUURY.
Representative A. . I. SW AIM.
Common Pleas JudseM1. PiiYI.ET.;
Probate J ndao JOSEPH KALER.
Auditoi-W. F. FELTON.
tlccorde'r JONATHAN BRINE..
Proscutin Attorney ARCHIBALD MAYO,
Treasurer DA VI 0 FOREMAN.
Clerk of Conrts GEOHOE LANTZ.
Surveyor . '
...., f W1LUAM CLARK,
Commissioner j DOIKJLAS rUTNAM, Js.,
' ''I'M iaiUHKliS ALBAUUH. .
Post Offices in Vinton County.
Name of Post Offlca. Township.
Tost Master
S. Isaminger
Miles Radoliff -I.
Hope Farnaci
Dundas .
Eagle Mills ,
.. . tf
New Pfymotith
Reed's Mills
Swan . '
Brown ; -
Eagle r,
Swan .
Elk ;"'.
Brown "
W Burtskshaw
Clinton .
VYm. Taylor
Vinton Station
WilkesTllle ,
Agatha ' 1 ' -.:
George Fry ;
J. G. Will
Post Offices in Vinton County. Railroad Roads.
N and after January , f, 1SG7, Traint will rua it
Depart Cincinnati. 77:J"r.. ,.
... Loveland J'S1 " "'
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miituM"- - -
11 3b A.M.
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21 k.U.
T 01 i
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'''' ,'hllliithB ISM dV;
i n Hamden . , ' '
ialcski' V JM
Athens BC'S3.
Arrive Marietta M5 "
neipre w
11 SO
V 0 A.sl.
i 1010 ; ;
, 11 OS"
, ., . . 1 so k.u.
" 4 31 '
Ainniie - - v
Hamden10 1045
' t Chillieothe W2Sr.
i TT.l.nd J 4'3
ir'rlve 'Cincinnati" 6 00 ;
n-.IJn. n.il at IT.mrl.it . with Trti&l B lha
Portsmouth Branch. . "..'"ii i'"
: Close Conneotiptvt rndat .r.lncinnstl with all
Tfstern Train.; an t at Ptrkersburg with the Bam
mere and'OhiulUil Head.- ' ' ' -
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