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Hair Exterminator ! I
For HeiuovlDS Supcifluous Ilalrt
rpo'ihe Udies especially,"' this invaluable!
i- I donatory, recommends itself as being
an almost indiapensible article Jo feinaL)
: o.oiu nnnliert. does not burn
injure the skin, but Ml 8 direotly on the roots.
i. i. in remove superfluous hair
from low foreheads, or from any part of the
body,.couipteloly, totally and radically ex
tirpiating the same, leaving the skin sort,
naiiinl. This is the only arti-
,1. .,.. h the Kreueli. and is the only real
. ir..ia! .im.llRinrv in existence. Trice 76
iceuts poi package, sent post-paid, to any ad
dress, on receipt of an ordor by
BliUGER, 8HUTTS& CO.,
" i 1 n i 286 Ki,er Bt- Try N-Y-
M US.T A O II ES !
SEVKJNE'S RESTAURATEUR CArlLLA
IllE, the most wonderful disoovery in modern
oience, acting upon the Beard and Haw in
an almoBt miraculous manner. It has been
used by the elite of Paris and L ondon with
(be most flattering success. Names of all
purchasers will be registered, and if entire
riatiafacjtion Is not given in every instance,
'the money will be oheerfully refunded. Pnee
by mail, sealed and post-paid, $1. e5orPu
ive circulars and testimonials mailed free.
Rwiinv.it RHUTTd & CO., Chemists,
Kn ohr ittvn Street. Troy, N. X. aoi
Agents for the United States. "
proposeTPam en dm en
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' The State of Ohio,
Office of the Secretary of Slate.
..!. Hinbt Rsiith. Secretary
o..'.. r ik. Rii.t of Ohio, do hereby certify
k. .u iniinwinir ia a true copy of the
!nint roanlntion tiassed by the General As
sembly of the State of Ohio, on the 6lb day
of April. A. 1. 1867,-iaken from the original
rolls on file in this office.
- In Testimony Whereof, 1- hare here
unto subscribed my name and amx
H I f d the great Seal of the State ol
Ohio, at Colubus, the 6th day ft
: April, A. D. 1807.
- WILLIAM HENRY SMITfl,'
- Secretary of tt.
A RESOLUTION ' ;
t).1.iU tn an Amendment of the ConstilU
;. lion, providing for the extension of the
; elective franchise: ' ;,
' Ketolvii ly the General Atsmbly of the
Jtate of Ohio, (three-fifths of the members
elected to each Jiouse agreeing vuer.iuy
That it be and is hereby proposed to the
electors of lhi Bta(e to vote at the next annual
October elcotion, upon tne approval or rejec
tion of the following amendment as a sub
titute for the Erst section of the fifth Arti.
1 f th ronatitution of this State, to-wit;
Everv male oitiien of the United States, of
the see of twenty-one years, who shall have
been a resident of the Slate one year
iIia filectioa. ftnu Of the
if. lAwnuhin, - or - ward in which
he resides, such time n&1 " Pr
lded bv law. except such persona Mhave
torne arms in support of any insnrreotion or
rebellion against the government of the Unl
..i fiiftiM. or have Bed from their places of
residence lo avoid being drafted into the mil
itary servieoj thereof, or have deserted the
military or naval rervice of said government
iu time of war, and have not subsequently
i.an tinnnrahlv discharged from the same,
mhn W the oualilioftiioDS of an elector
nd be entitled to vote at all elections.
, . , EU. A. PARROTT,
Spealtr of the Uoute of Representativee.
ANWUiW 0. McBURNEY,
Freiidenl of the Senate.
Passed April 6, 18C7. (Cm
.LATEST FASHIONS DJiMAND
J. 'Y. Bradley's Celebrated Patent
, Duplex IIipti
. -t ' V 1 (OB DOUBLE BFlUto f V
THE WOSDEIiFTL 'FI.EX18IL1TT nf Rreal
maroiT mnd pi t to asv l4dy weariue the
Iuplei ElUptic Skirt iU le exrienced parlioularlT
io ail crowded A-uwiibliea. Operas, L'arrigci, Kail
road Cart, Chaivb Fcwi.Ami cltalri.lor Promenade
and House lifeaa, a the Skill can be folded when
in uee ts occupy a small place as easily and con
Tementlyas atiillt or Miwlin Dress, an invaluable
qnality in vrinoune, not fouutt In any Single Spring
Skirt. ..:(.- , ,
, A Ladyjiafing enjoyed Ihe pleasure, oomfort and
Krealconvenienceof wearing the Imglex Elliptic Sleel
t-pring Bkirt for a single day will never afterwards
willingly dif iienae witli their use. . For children,
Aliases and x'oung Ladies thoy ore supenor to all
They will not bend or hrealt like the Single Spring,
but wfll praserre their perfect and graceful shape
when three or four ordinary Skirls will hare been
thrown asideai uelefn. The Hoops are covered
with double and twiHted thread, and the bottom rods
re not only donble tpriugK, but twiee (or double)
covered, preventing tbum from - wearing out when
dragging down stoops, stairs, Ac.
The Duplex Elliptic is a great feTorite with all la
dies and is universally recommended by (Le Fashion
Magazines aa the BTANDAliL SKIET OF THE
To enjoy the following encshnanle advantages i a
Crinoline, vis Superior Quality, Perfect Manufac
ture, Stylish Shane and Finish, Flexibility, Durabili
tv. Comfort and Economv. enauire for J. W. Brad
ley's Duplex Elliptic, or Double Spring Skirt, and be
aure you set the Genuine article.
CAflTION. To auaru aaainst IMPOSITION
particular to NOTICE that skirts ottered s "LU'
1I.EX" hivftdie red ink stamp, vis "J. W. Brad
ley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs," upon the waist
band none otheis are genuine. Also notice that
very Hoop will admit of pin being passed through
thecentre, thus revealing the two (or double) springs
braided together therein, whicn is the Flexibility et
and strength, and a combination not to be found in
aimt oflutr Mkirt. 1
fuitSALKin all Stores where FIRST CLASS skirls
am sold, throughout the United states and elsewhere.
MttaulMtured by the Sold Owners of the Patent,
- WESTS, BRADLEi' ft CAREY,
97 Chambers aud 7 11 Read Sts., N. T!
. May IS, U07-aia . . . . ,
$100 from ' $30. '
CREAT CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY
BY acting n onr Agents for the sale of S P r vm.
u DID HTKKL EN G li A V I N G s.
bteroscopte and Slerocopio V iew of all the pointsol
" .. a nv Muuoinuonery rackets
Silver Hivulins Cftsa Walclies. Also, tine collection
ofjmperial Card Pkwrcs, Colored Prints, Ac.
wrjuiii yuct-ti-M) a tniseeiianeous slock of
1jov goous tlul will sell tot 1U0. We ottermost
rxtraordiusry induceuientanla chane for thou
, who wish to esti,Mih tlniMi!vi's in a good paving
basiness. KoriaUlogues and full particulars send 10
- ' .BAS&IJIS ft CO:,
; JunelJ, l8ir?-m sa llsekman at., New York
WANTED, AGEKTS i
2U riiB BJOXTII tub Yka Eodkd,
ob 900 p Ct. PKonr oh Commissioh!
We guaranty the alwya salary or commission to ac
five IndiistrioiiSkgrDU at their own homes, to intm
duoe n ertwl of ilKhnneasaiilH utility in every
uUUv..u,.,. . v, 1 .., j i,i,;ujiii8 tn oa or, anuress
3. W. Jackson & Co.,
U South St., Baltimore, Md.
Hy2 1867 1m
TS NOW receivinir from New York, Boston,
J and Philadelphia,,, a ooinplete assortment of
a 11 Y GOODS,
consisting in part of
Ladies' Dress Goods,
New Styles Delaines & Shallies,
i In Broken Plaids.L-
- r, i ' m
Large eiocn oi
Foreign Dress Goods
Very Low and of the Latest Styles,
Amber, Jet and Crystal Drop
Trimmings and Buttons,
Parasols of all descriptions,
And Cheapest Woolen Goods
and Cassimeres since the war
His Stook pf . , . . f
Boots and Ladies Shoes
In complete, and can U sold 20 per cent, cheaper
loan tne onenyew
All kind's of
kept constantly on hand, and cheaper than ever.
Eeady-Made: Clothing, :
" . ' ' Hats and Caps
Aa cheap as in the year 1869. .
NAILS bv the pound & keg.
For lees than can be bought at any other House is the
vvv...... - . . tr f -
pSfJtmember tne ptac6uoaarwgri ntv
Building, one Door net! of the Vovrt uouie,
May 9, lS07-ly
JOHN CHURCH, Jr.,
66 W. FOURTH BT. CINCINNATI. OHIO,
- AMD A Lb I1M Of
TMPORTEB ol Frencli, Germtn ana Italian vionn
I Btiiriuj. .....
rth the most liberal termi.
General WuUtn Agent for :
MASON & HAMLIN'S
i : i TBI '
" SliONINQER " GEM ORGAN
AND Till CELKBKATKft '
'ALSO A LARGE STOCK 01
From the Factortes of the most ef the Ceiibatid
MAKaas, which I will sell low ror cash.
WTOId Pianos taken In exchsngA Mr new.
e-Pianos and Organs for sale and to rent, by Ihe
Month, Vuarier or I ear,
amount paid for rent being applied to pur
chase, if desired. : ' .
. ggAgents for Cabinet Organs and Pianos
wanted in every leva la Ohio, Indiana and
1 joiin cnuRCH.ja,
June2?,186M Cinolnnall, O.
FINKLE & LYON
The only Maohine so perfeoted that entire
satisfaction is guaranteed or the purchase
money refunded. . .
. Where we have do Agent a sample Machine
will be sold at very low price, and a Local
Agent appointed on the most favorable
N.B. Send for circular. Traveling Agents
wanted. Palary, liberal. :
Pinkie & Lyon S. Iff. Co.
687 Broadway, New York,
June27, 1867-6m .;
Sale of Real . Estate
BT OBDIR OF
VINTON COUNTY PBOBATE
Jool Q. Swetland, Administrator of
the Estate of Andrew J. Dover,
Georie Vf. Bever. and Aiahel In Vinton eoim-
Beyer, who havenrnved at full I ty Probate Cooit
ago, and rewton tseyer, James
lieyei. Kv Beyer, and Mary
. Beyer, who are minors, and
Msidenaa of Vinton county, and
Blate of Ohie, and Charlotte
Beyer, who is a minor, and
whose nluoe of reaidence is un
LN pursuance of an order and decree made by the
Probate Court of Vinton county, Ohio, on the W(h
day ofJune, A. D. 1867! 1 will oner for sale at public
Monday, the 5th day of August,
; A. D. 1867, . .
at 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, on the premises.
in said county of Vinton, the .following described
premises, situate in the county of Vinton and btate
of Ohio, to-wit:
Commenrinr at the -viuth-feast corner or the
North-West Quarter of the North East Onarter of
section number ihirty rour no. 34,1 uange numoer
Seventeen No. U.yTownship. Number Eleven No.
11.1 thence running West Twenty Reds;
inenee Bust twenty noun;
Twenty Rods, to tna t.
lace of beginning, con-
taiuingTwo acres and fifty hundredths of an acre.'
Appraised at three hundred dollars, and must
bring two-thirds of that su.n.
Terms or sale une-tntru oasn in nana on ine asy
of sale; one-third in six months; and the residue In
twelve months from the day of sale deferred pay
ments to bear interest and to bo secured by mort
gage upon the premises sold.
1 .. - JOEL Q. 8WETLAND.
Administrator of Estate of Andrew J. Beyer, deoeased.
July 1, IS67-6W ; ,;
To Consumptives. -
tim. xttortispr. havinc benn restored to health in a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after haying suf-
FaraA for AnvAmi vnara wim a Aevere hhi aneciiou,nou
tlial dread disease wnsnmpuon w anxiuus va wui
known to his rellow-euwwen tne means 01 cure.
To all wlio desire It, lie will sena a copy 01 tne
proscription used (free or cruurge.) with the aireo
inns for nrananns and nsini the same, which they
will nnd a sure cure ioruoiiBuniiuu,aB.nnra, orou
chitls, Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Lung Af
fections. The only object ot the advertiser in send.
inf the Presorlption ts to benefit the afflicted, and
spread information which he conceives to be invalu
fj. And he hones every sufTerer will try his rem-
Hdy, as it will .cost them notliing, and may prove a
blessing. Parties wianing tne prescription, rasa, dj
return uiail, wiU plase adirese
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Willismslnirg. Kings Co., Hew York.
IN -VINTON COUNTr,
THE GREAT CI Vlf WAR
From 1861 (o l65.
Havinq been appointed Agent for the
"Youth's History" for Vinton County, Ohio,
I am now prepared tojreoeive subsoriptions
. .. 1
from those desiring this excellent and popu-
if''' ' '
lar work.,, .Any person desiring to canvass
any township in Vinton county, will please
send for terms at once and secure territory
before it is too late.
Agents will be given veryjfaverablo terms
An active Agent oan make from S4 to $6
The Uermnn edition of thoJYouth's History,
which has been called for, is also now ready.
The work is designed lo furnish the youth
of the country a candid and impartial Histo
ry of the Great War through which we have
ust passed, ;
rom aDemocratic standpoint.
The minds of the youth of our country are
being poisoned and misedueated by (he false
and partial histories of the Abolitionists.
and it is of great importance for the welfare
of our country that the real Disunionlsts, as
T ' '
they are nowjpiovlng themselves to bestall
be properly'portraysd. The great 'impor
tance of a Tsound juvenine literature lias
longteen feltband acknowledged, and as
thla is the first attempt to furnish' It;; the
Publishers of the the work-ilea.. Van
Eyrie, Horton & Co,, New York -respectfully
solicit the encouragement of the pnbllo, and
the assistance! of the Demooratia nrai It
JustjBucV look aa ought lo formVparl
thejsmall library In every family in Vin
ton couaty; or it abould be placed in ihe
handa of every child, for the tureose of
giving them a eorreot idea of the
It ia neatly printed and bound, illustrated
with Uengarvings, and contains 884 pages,
divided Into 48 chapters. It eont&tm thA
likenesses of Generals tee, Stonewall Jack
son, Grant MoClellan, Bhermatfj ohnstdn.
Jefferson Davie. Abraham Lincoln. A. H.
Stephens, J. VTilkes Booth, &c
(At the Enquirer Ftmtinj OJJiet,)
AGENT for Vinton County
FDRNITUR EI !
jamks n. wncKorr.
J0SSPH V. KALSR.
ABE still in town manufacturing and dealing in
all kinds of ;
On MAIN STRlftiT) opposite Dr. Wolf's Offieo,
. The Furniture is mado out ot tho best seasoned
material,, and by the most exporieuced workmen.
BUEEATJB Every Style.
BEDSTEADS All Kinds. ;
TABLES Every Patlern.
CHAIRS Fanoy and Common.
SASH, COOKS, BLINDS, &c,
always on, hand or furnished on short notice.
Of ell kinds, in Furniture, Chairs, fto., i(t(onded to
on short notice. - . -, : . ., j j,.;-. ,.
' " - M A T T R E S 3 'E s!' V '
A superior quality 01 Mattresses of all sizes al
ways kept on hand. , ,1 v i
UXX. c3- O I 't t 13C.1 XX s .
a'realwivva In roadiness to ATTEND
FUNEUALS'" Town Country, at the
lowest' rates. .... '
l Fai. Price fox" a I'Jalr Artiole
is Our Mottol - ' v
Purchasers are requested to call and examine our
Large .tSock of Furniture
before .archasiit elsewhere, as wJfel donfldent
that we can furnish better and cheaper articles than
any other establishment in this vicinity.
' WYCK0FF & KALER.
Sooietblus Mevs under tne Sun!
The Union Pocket Timekeeper.
Pxide Fifty Cents.
rnHE most noTel and useful invention of the age.
I Warranted to mark solar time with greaterac
curacy than the most expensive old or sil w re
poatei, while its exweme cheapness places it In the
reach ot all. Sent to any address post-paid bv .mail,
for Fir CM.TI. Orderi Will b filled promptly. Ad-
dnM' UNION MANUFACTURING CO,
Box 411 KudbPn, N .
June 13, 1887 -Sm ,".
$12 Gold and Silver Watches $12
00 Gold Hunt'g Case I.ever W tches (100 to 175 each
200GoldIIuut'gCaseLepene Watches 75to 160 '
aoOGoldl'latedSilverCases 60to 100
600 Solid silver Case Lever Watchss 35 to 75
COO Solid silver Case Lenene Watches 25 to 75 "
6O0G'ld Composite Hunt'gCasewatches20to 50 "
All the above splendid watches will be sold for
$12 each, We have adopted the following plan:
Certificates describing each watcn and its value, we
prepared ami placed in seaiou envelopes, ana me
holder will be entitled to the Watch it calls for, up
on payment of the (12. This is not a lo'.tery, but a
Dona nae sale, rrocure a crruncnie, aim as mere
are no blanks, every one must get a watch at half t he
usual price at least, and many will fiet'a splendid
Gold Watch for the trifling sum of $1:1. Certificates
sent by mall to any address for 60 cents each. Five
will be sent for ti; fifteen for $5; tli irty-five for 510,
Agents wauieu; sena ior circular. Aauress, .
GILLESPIE, MAXSON & CO.,
21-6tnJ . 86 Beekman St., New York.
Slew Edition, Revised & Enlarged
EVERY MAN HIS OWN LAWYER,
nd Business Form J3oolc,
A COMPLETE GUIDE in all Matter of
XA- i-) Rnd Business Negotiations for eve
rv State in the Union.
, With Legal Forms, and full instuciiens for
proceeding, without legal assistance, in suits
i i . , .. .i ,
ana Business trauiiacuvus ui every uescrir
Together with . the different State Laws
concerning the Collection of Pebts, Property
Exempt from Execution, Lein Laws, Uusary,
License to Sell Goods, Qualification of Vo
ters, Limitation of Aotions, &o.
Also, the General Bankrupt Law, with
forms nnd full instructions to enable Bank
rupts and creditors to take full benefit of the
Aotwithout legal assistance.
Also, Pension Laws, wr.b full instructions
and forms to enable the Discharged Soldier
or Sailor to procure Baok Pay, Pensions,
Bounties, and all War Claims.
Also, Patent Laws, with full instructions
Also. Excise Laws. Stamp Duties, Post
Office and Custom House Regulations, the
whole action of the Government in relation
to reconstruction and Preedmen; Constitu
tion of the United States, with amendments;
8tate Seals, with descriptions, &c.
Over 250 pages new matter have teen
added, to meet the requirements of the times.
The utility of such a wors no one win
now Question. The sale of hundreds of
thousands of copies of the former editions,
and the constant demand for it, have settled
that point. The professional man, the far
mer, the mechanic, the manufacturer, the
soldier, the sailor, each requites a conven
ient, comprehensive and reliable work.
It will save them money, save them troub
le, save them time, save them litigation and
lawyers' fees,, and give them information
that nobody can afford to be without, , 12mo,
Fnoe, haudsomly Douna,
Sent, post-paid, on reoeipt of price.
Aeood, reliable Agent -wanted in every
town In the United States. Also, a respon
sible man at all prominent points, as General
Agent. Also, a few wide-awake men, to
travel in estaousning Agencies.
- J. U. HAWIdsx & CO.,
161 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Any persbtt isns'ning a copy
of the above Book, will call on
. J. vv. IiOWEsr, :
. Agent for Vinton County. '
Sheriff's Sale. .
State of Ohio, Vinton County, 11.
Ncff, Eagan Slocomb. Plaint iiB, 1 In Court of Cora-
BamnelV.Dodg and , I Order of tale.
"JURSUANT to tlie command of an order of sale in
the above eause Issued from the- court of com
Pinna of Vinton countv. Ohio, and to
ma directed aa Bhehfl of said county, I will oner for
..i nublko auction, at the door of the Court
House, in ma ipwo ui pivmhuut, iu im vuuui-jr pi
Vinton, on ' ' '
, ,, rw. . I . I . I 1. : . I. n .
TUESDAY, THE 23D DAY OF JULY, A.
at the hour of I o'clock t. m. of said day, the follow
ing landa and tenements, 10 wik
Tuenty feet off of . the West Side if In
Lot Hnmher Bixiy-Beven (No. 67,) In the
Town of Mc Arthur, County and Btaut afore
said. " ' '
Taken Si tbf ProTrt of Samuel V. Dodge b snt
isfy an order and decree of said court iu til tor ol
Neff, Eagan Hlooomb.
Appraised a nxieu nunuiwi .uuimra hiu iiivi
bring two-thrrda et that sum.
Terms of sale cash In hand on the day ol 1
JOHN i. BHOCKJJY,
Bheritl Vinton County, O.
H. C. Jones, Attorney lor Plaintifl.
Twenty Melodic Exercises,
m roiix or '
SOLFEGGIOS FOR SOPRANO OR MEZZO
f INTENDKD AS
Sludiei to acquire the Art of Singing.
These exercises were composed to be used sl-
mult(.neousiy witn nis system, "ine a n 01 oiukuiki
or with any other method for the cullivation of the
voioe, ancl will take place of Conconk's SotrEOOios;
being moie melodious and heller adapted for teach
ing, nonie 01 ineHO eAeruiaes aro njwiiij uvuuium
as well as useful, a mingling of dulce 1 1 utile, which
secures the Interest as well as the Improvement ol
the student. The various styles developed in these
exeroises render them invaluable in an educational
point of view, as they fend to enlarge the InUdli.
gence and the appreciation, nnd at the same time
inrm tha tanta of the niinil. They must be studied
carefully with reference to the innumerable marks of
expression and ornamentation, upon tne iiuiiuie
accuracy with which these are accomplished do
pends the actual storliug advancemeut of the pupil;
any evasion or slurring in these respects la t.meand
effort utterly wasted, while, on the pther hand, a
uloso nnd patient investigation, and open io ins mil'
dent the menus and resources by which great artists
produce tneir most Driiuam aaa proiuuuu cuuum.
Watson s Aht jnuanii,
In Two Tolumcs.
Price, each, in Boards, Retail, $2 00
do do in Cloth, Uetaii, z w
A Sample copy set by Mail, post-paid, cn
recoint of Wholesale Price. $1,50.
Published by WM. HALL & SON,
No. 643TJroadway, New York.,
Publishers and Dealers in Music, and Manu
facturers of Flutes, Fifes, Flageolets, &o.
Send for Catalogue of prices.
June20, 1867-Cm ' '
CRISPS R COMA.
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Oh, was ahe beautiful and fair, .
' " With starry eyes, nnd endiant hair, ,
' Whoseculing tendrilssntt, entwined
' bnchnined the very heart and mind.
CRI SPE R COM A,'
For Curling the JIair of either Sex into Wavy
and Glosey Ringlets or Heavy aetive Curie.
BY using this artiole Ladies . and Gentle
men can beautify themselves a thousand
fold. It is the only article in the world
that will curl straight hair, and at the same
time eive it a beautiful, glossy tippenranoo.
The Crisper Coma not only curls the hair,
but Invigorates, beautifies and oleanses it;
is highly and delightfully perfumed, and it
(be most complete artiole of the kind ever
offered to the American public. The Crisper
Coma will be sent to any address, sealed
and postpaid for $ I.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK k CO., CbemlslB,
No. 3 R'est Fayette Street, Syracuse, N. Y.'
Sold by the trade Generally
A Liberal discount to Dealers,
200,000 furnished the U. S. Government.
Navv Revolver, . ,i
Nmu Pm.lipt HornlvAt..
44-100 In. Cnlribre,
30-liK) in. Calibre,
ai-iuu in caniire,
Pocket Uevolvcr, (Rider's pi. 31100 m. Calibre,
Repescine Pistol, (Klhol ul.) No. 'II I Curtr'ge,
Vest Pocket Pixtol,' Ko. 22,30; 32 and 41 enrtridg",
Gun Cane, No. 22 and 32 ., "
llrcech Loading Rifle, (Beal's) No.'l2and 38 "
K9volving Killu, , 30 iuid41-ld0iu Calibre.
E. REMINGTON & SONS, .
Jlion, New York.
Win,- Reed & Hon,
Jos. C. Orubli Oo.t
Poultney it Trimble,
Henry Folsom A Co.,
Johnson, Spencer 4 Co,r
Li. M. Uuinsey i Co.,
Albert E. Crane,
March 21, 1807-ly ;
- . Boh I mi
ULYMI'ER, DAY & CO.,
- MANSFIELD, OUI0
EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
Eureka Cider Wills, i ', '' j
Victor Cans Mill. :
. SrAB Cobn Shkller,
II0R8E Power Forks,
BUNN'S ESQUIMAUX REFRIGERATOR,
Warner's Sulky Revolving Rake
DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS,-,
Crawford's Garden Cultivator,
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
And many other articles in the way ef Implements,
Toole and Maohinery. " : ., ,
PUKE BOHGO AND IMPHEE SEED, selected
varieties. Bend for circulars.'
March 28, 1807 ly ' "u '
THE LAND WE LOVE.
K MONTHLY. ... ...
tievntcd to Literature Agricultrtre, and General
Intelligence, and comprising Reports of flatties, In
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