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!KSP March 27, 1844 r.22tf.
TATtnt t. t .u..T...in
rwwiiu iidicwj (Km "mi i ui,
- on tne ouiu uay ot April next in
pursuance oi a decree of the court of com-
riion pleas to me directed, oner Tor sale at
the door of the court house fn the county
-of Meigs, the following real estate, to wit:
. the west half of the north west quarter ol
eiction 20, township 3, and range IS, in
eaid county.- Ordered to be sold ns the
properly ot ueorgs Dusky at the suit ot a
li. urow. " v
At the ssme tmie and place, I will, in
pursuance or a further decree of said
couit, offer for sale the following real es
tats, to wife the west hall and the south
east quarter of the north west quarter ol
section 26, township 3, and range 12 In
said' county. Ordered to be sold as the
property of George Dusky at the suit of
"pttlur T.ol1nnin And T tinina Prncio AfA n
" '. ' ALSO,
At the same time and place, I will, in
pursuartoe of a further decree of said court
offer for aale the following real estate, to
lot twenty nine in the town of Gra
ham Station, formerly owned and occu
pied by Nimrod Bnggess as a tavern stand
in said county of Meigs. Ordered to be
sold as the property of James V, Rice at
the suit ot inornon Ulyers, Adley Wea
ver. ar.d oiIimil. v . . ' .
At the same time and ilace, I will. In
pursuance of a further decree of said court
offer for sale the following real estate, to
wit t'ie sou Hi half of fraction 30 in the.
township of Orange, in said, county ol
Aleigs, containing 131 acres, and 17 2 3
acres IromofJ theanst aids of fraction 32.
'and of the same length as the width of
raid south half of said fraction no. SO, and
of width sufficient to make said 17 2-3 a
eres. Ordered to be sold at the suit of Si
las A, Bitmap, vs. Nathaniel Douglass
Administrator of N. Black more, deceased,
Mary Blackmore, and others,
ALbO, ; : -i
Aline same time and, place, t win, in
j..uBu.u.crui a lurmrr i ixrB oi rim rouri
fiirr.iur amn mo ionov. ing reai reime, 10
wit, that portion ot section number 34, in
town 4, aim range it, m me unio oompa-
ry s purchase, now owned and occupied
ry jesse ar.o itoonry naissy, coniaining
numii ivu re: nmrc or .rupi b.bo zr ; acres
in tne north wrst pan ol Iractlon pumber
03, in town 4. and range 42; also 6 3;4a-
errs in the (outh side vf section number
33,iown4and range 2: also 47i acres
. iil. ... ...J r r
.hi-. Wir run mi irnri mil jiuiiiiLT zv.
in'" rsngB is. an in tne umo
eompany s purfliase and now owried and
occupied by said J see and Rodnev Hal
aey. Orrii ied to be so' A at the suit of Da.
virt flatter, vs. Jrse Halsey, Rodney Hal
ry, ana otnrrs.
, j Muster fommlsslo-er in obancry
; March 27, lC44-i.2e , -
x ATTACMIEXT. -
AT my inur.c an attachment was this
day iued tiv Harrison Downing, a Jus
tire of the' Peace of Rutland township,
RUigs county, against the property and
effects of James Gaston, an absconding
debtor. Dated ibis 23d of Marpli 1844.
n25w3 ' H. PLUMMER. '
SPECJAI, MASTER COMMISSION
KR S SALE.
MSIGS COMMON FLEAS.
I Hocking H. Hunter; etal.,
assignees oi tne Lancaster
Howe k co., et al. J
Y virtue of order of the court in this
i. iii -Inoet nuhlie sals at
the door of the court- house in Pomeroy,
on the 21th day of April next, between
lv A. M. and 4 F. M. the following de-
scribed real estate situate in the town o:
Pomeroy, to wit. The lot designated on
a. ir !j . i.. .i i.k.i,
improvements thereon, to wit; the Shovel
faotory and machinery, black smith shop,
ana storehouse. "
'Special master in chancery
March '27th,' 1844 -n22w5. i, ' '.
' INSOLVENT'S SALE.
1VOTICE hereby given that I
offer for sale at the door of the
house in Pomeroy, on the 29th of April,
between the hours prescribed by law. the
undivided right, title and interest of Reu-
r!" Tubbe inf!nt debtor) in and to
io acres ot lana in section SO, town 4,
and range 13, Ohio company's purchase,
subject to the life estate ef Caroline, wife
of Daniel Tubbe deceased; appraised at
4a pguars, ,. r
v '' Commissioner of Insolvents,
March 27th', 1844 n22w6l
NOTICE is hereby given, that I shall
offer for sale at the door of .he court bouse
in xpiieroy, on tne zsw oi April, oeiween
the hours prescribed by law, 3 acres and
80-100 of land situated in fractional sec.
tinn numhor i town k runam 11. nhin
jeomnanv's nurchape becinnniff at the
' " ft r f
south west corner of lot number 8; thence
Wlt". "le v,tl,n6 ,ols numbersS and ,
norm tb aegrees west 3 poies to a post;
inenee north 84 degrees east 19 poles and
"nMi. tneno? 8 Ee e.3 Ples
and i? unnsj thenca down the Ohio south
the place of beginning. Appraised at 75
aonars, - .
, JOHN CROLL, Adm.
' " !V of John Banks, deceased.
' By T. Montague,
March 27, 1844 n22w5. -
"W virtue of a writ of pi. pi. vend
ot common pleas of Meigs county, I will
expose to sale at the door of the court
house in romeroy, on tne zvui day oi a
pril next, between the 'hours prescribed
by law, the following described real estate
to wit; Lot number 263 in rbmeroy, for
merly known as lot nurr.ber 12 in Grant
vine). Kerr s Kun, Levied upon
Kerr s Kun, Levied upon as the
Pfopeny oi ijyrnan oiacy, ai mo .u.v oi
- r t j . i ?
, THUM AS SJHITri, s. M. c,
March 27th, 1844 n22w$, $2 25
BY virtue of a writ ot fl. la. et Ie7, fa. to
me directed from the court of common
pleas ef Meigs county, I will expose to sale
at the residence of fcnocli tt. Murrv in
Salisburv township, on the lS;li day of A
pril next, at 12 o clock on said day, one
bay horse, one black cow,-one 3 years old
heifer, one fa lining mill, and one lot of
saw logs. Levied upon as the property of
earn murry at the sun or- I nomns &. btea
vans. . TIIU'S SMITH, a. U. o.
March 27, Ifi45--.:)22w2. ... $1
Sheriff's Sale. ;
BY virtue of .two writs of al. pi. vend
exs. to me directed trom the court of com.
mon picas oi jvieigs county, 1 will expose
to sals an Hie premises or Lucius Cross, in
the. township of Sutton, on ihs 13th day
April, next, between the hours prescribed
by law, tun following goods and chattels
to win one iron grey hone .one sorrel mars
one colt,.ene gray mare, one blind hoise
one yoke of oxen,, two csrt. one wagon
18145 feet boat roofing, 2908 feet cnilini
boards, 2900 f el weatherboards, the ma
le rials lor building two woed boats, sai
Cross's intsrest in tan yrrd,one bark mill
a loiof Un bark, 2296 ft. pine flooring
C7I2 ft. boat plank.720 feet cross timbers
2454 feet boat streamers, and one large
stone table Leaied upon as the property
of said Cross at the suits of VVm. Redmore
audE. Lawrence & co. , '
. - THO'S SMITH, s. m- c
Mirch 27, 1844 n?Iw2 - , $5
BY virtue of two writs- of vend.
m dheeted from the court of Mmmnn
i picas or Hieigs county, r will expose to
1 sale at the door oi tne court house in Pome
rov. on the 21th dav of Anril net. h
twean the hours prescribed bylaw, the
following described real estate, to wit:
pMt of section I. town 4-, and range 12
beginning at me south east corner of Ja
cob Conderv's farmt thence down Shad
river lis rodst thenoe nonh 9J rndsMlii.n
ce west 171 rods: thence eonth tU rnH m
tii nines nlbpsinninir. Aim nri in
' .. " " Z . --.v...
- u....... . vl , .iw iiwi in tnni
i Liia nnrin wpiii nitfirtar ft lit nArti. ...i
qnnrter of section 1, town 4, and range 12
running norm and routli the whole length
ot said quarter, and east and west far e-
nough to make Z7i aorea. Said real es
tate levied upon as the p'operty of John
Adams at the suit nf James Chapman for
the use of Win. McCul'ongli.
THO'S SMITH, a. if. c.
March 17, 1344-bSw5.
Sheriff 's Sale,
BY virtue of a Wiit of trend, exe. to m?
directed from the conn of common pless
of Meigs countyj will expose to sate at the
residence ofGeprgeVar. pelt in the township
ef Orange, on the 9th day of April next,
at 2 o'clock ot said day, pne gray mare.
Levied upon as the property of said Van-
pelt at the suit of Sophronia Caldwell,
administrator of the estate of Hamilton
-"'..' THO'S SMITH, a. m.c.
March 27, 1844 n222. $1
8Y virtue of a writ of pi. pi. vend, exs
to me directed from the court of common
pleas rMeigs county, I will offer at pub
lic sale on the 19th day tf April, between
the hours prescribed by law, at the resi
dence of James Sadler in Scipio townshin.
one horse and one two horse waggon.
Levlec upon as the property of James Sad
!er at the suit oPrince S. Baker.
- THO'S SMITH, e. c.
March 271844 n22w. ? $1
i, SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY virtue of a writ of 6, fa. et lev. fa. to me
directed from the court of common pleas
of Meigs county, I will expose to sale at
the residence of James McLornnck in the
ownslip of Rutland, oh the 23d 4ay of
April next, between the houra prescribed
by law, two sorrel horses, one brown colt,
three milch cows, and three calves, ' Said
property levied upon" as the property of
James McCormich at 'the suit of Hsnrv
Miller. . THO'S SMITH, s. . c. ..
March 27t 1844 n32wx , . fl
- SHERIFF'S $ALE.
BY virtue of four writs to me dirpi-lprl
from the court of commoh pleas of MeijiS
county, I will expose to' sale at the resi
dence Of John S. -Giles ' in ilia Inurnol.!.
of Rutland, on the 19th day of April next
ueiweeu.iiie nours prescribed by law, the
lonowmg described goods and chattels, to
wit: two stills, eieht heart of vonnir rmtla.
one bay mere, one sorrel, mare, one cow,
n ve tons oi nay, one colt, twentv four head
of sheep,' one brindle cow, one 4 horse
wagon, ana one one-none wagon. Le
vied upon as the nroneriv of Inhn K tiua
at the suite of Theophilus Jacobs, Eurwell
Peck, Nathaniel Biahop, and; John Doe ex
dem of Alfred Holland. ,
. . THO'S SMITH, s". m. c.
M"rcn7. 1844 n2JwJ : $ BO
, SHERIFF'S SALE.
BY virtue of a writ of al. nl. vend
to me direoted from the court of common
pleas of Meigs county, I will expose .to
sale at the residence of Harrison Down
ing, on 20th day of April next, in the vil
lage ef Rutland, at the hour of 2 o'eWk
on said day, one horse and one two-horse
wsgon. Said property levied upon as the
William Wilson k Son:
THO'S SMITH, a. sr. c
Maroh 27. 1844 n22w2- $1
BY. virtue of a writ of vend. exs. to me
directed from, the court of common pleas
of Meigs county, I will expose to sale at
the door oi the court house in Pomeroy,
on the 29th day of April next ensuing, be-
iwcon .us nun is jireecnoea oy law, the
following described property, to wit? The
east, pari of one acre and one eighth of an
acre, land being a part of 100 acre lot num
ber 313, in section 23, town 1,-and range
12, and lying south' and adjoining 'the
town of Sheffield,, being that part of said
lot Which lies east of Alexander. H. Mur
ry'a house and south of lot number 81 in
Sheffield, containing three-fourths of ah
acre more or less. Levied upon as the
property of A. H. Murry at the suit of Ja-
. - - THO'S SMITH, s. m. o.
March 27, 1844 n22w5 2 50
BY virtue of a writ of pi. pi. vend. exs.
In mil rlirpplnrf fnm iIia r...- Af
Common Pleas of Meigs county, I will
exDOBe to sals al. the door nf ih Pnnn
House in Pomeroy on the 29'.h day of
aprii next ensuing, Between the hours
prescribed by low, the following doscribed
ivui, DJiuic, in nn- rixijr iwu auu one
half acres of land in the snnth west quar
ter of section 17. town 2. ranee 12. Ohio
company's purchase and bounded as for-
I .. I - ! ! .a
lows:- beginning at me south east corner
of the south west quarter of section 17,
ihence north 100 rods, thence west 100
rods, Ihencti souih J00 rods, thence east
ivu rods to tne place of beginning; levied
UDon as the nroneriv of Huirh MnCnl.
lough at the suit of Westley G. Bukor for
the use ot juiuance & t-ross.
. THOS. SMITH, a. h. c.
March ?, 1 84 t. n22w5 (3 00.
BY virtue of a writ of al. vend. exs. to
me directed from the Court of Common
Pleas of Meigs county, I will offer for
sale in the village of Sheffield on the 17lh
day of Anril next, between the hours
prescribed by hiw, one two-hnrso waggon
anu nno patent ciock x.evieo upon as
(he property of Sardine S. Smith at the
suit of Vf m. Parker, jr.
THO'S SMITH, a. m. c.
March 28, 1844 n22w2. $1.
; SHERIFF'S SALE.
BT virtue of n writ of , pi. pi. vend, exs,
to me direcled from the Court of Com-
mon Fliss for Meigs county, f will ex
pose to tale on the loth day of April
next, at the residence o Wm. Church
Salisbury township, between the hours
A L. . m
presccioeu oy lawone nolo or growing
corn,, (or nines property In the lieu there
nf.) . Levied upon, as the property of
laid Church,at the suit of Jamoi Gaston
.'". THO'S SMITH, a. c.
March 2, UH4--o2wt fl,
SHERIFFS SAK i
BY virtue of a writ of al. pi. vend. ex?,
to me directed from the Court of Coin
ipon Pleas of Meigs county, I will expose
to sale on the 24th day of April next, at
the residence of John Stevens in Holland
township, bptween the hours prescribed
by law, one brewn mare, Levied upon
as the property ol said Slovens, at the
suit of A. S, Nye fit L'o.,
' ' THO'S SMITH, s.f. c.
Mart;h2G, 1844n2?w2, tJ,
- SHERIFFS SALE.
BY virlue oftwo writs of al. pi. vend. exs.
to me directed from .the Coqrlof Common
Pleas cf Meigs county, I will expose tp
sale on the premises of Theopholis
Jacob on the 18ih day of April next, in
the tewnsbip of Salisburry, between the
hours prescribed by . law, the following
described goods nnd chattels, to wit: two
thousand bushels of salt and twenty tons
of bay, (or oiher property in lieu
thereof.) Said property levied upai as
the property of said Jacobs, at the suits
of Andrew Donnally, and James B.
Smith.'.- .' jVv;;-v
THO'S SMITH, a. m.cW
March 26, 1844 nJ2w2. 41,C0. ,
i SHERIFF'S SALE,
DV virtue of two writs of al. pi.
exs. to me directed from the Court
of Common Pleas ol Meigs couniy, I 'will
expose to sale at the residence of Jouiah
Smith in the township of Orange, on the
Otb day of April next, at 10 o'clock of
said day the following described property
(or other propeity in lieu thereof,) to wit:
1 sorrel horse, 1 sorrel mare, 1 grey rrjore.
1 yoke of oxen, 1 ox cart,' 1 three year
old heifer,. 1 two year old heifer, 1 year
ling colt, 1 fanning mill, and two setts ot
log chains; levied upon a? the properly of
said Smith at the suite of David Barber
and Georgo Spergen. '--.
THOS. SMITH,!, h. c.
March 27,' 1844.n22w $1 50.
DY virtue of a writ pi', pi. vend. exs.
to me directed from the Court of
Common Pleas of Meigs county, I will
expose to sale at the residence of Adam
Hay, in Orange township, on tho 10th
day of April next ; between tha hours pre
scribed by law, 1 bay mare and colt, t
milch cows, 20 sheep, one sett of harness,
fur buggy 1 saddle, V cross cut saw, 1
pnir of gig wheels, 1 gig body, 1 bureau
and 1 parent clock; said property taken
as tha property of laid Hay at the suit of
1mI - U.ly-fal M WkulwUl
Whaley, administratrix of James V haley
- - THOS. SMITH, a. x. c.
March 26, 1844 n22w2. $1 25.
BY virtue of a writ of pi. pi. vend.' exs'
to me directtd from the Court of Common
Pleas of Meigs County; 1 will expose to
sale on the 17th day of April next, al
the residence of Henry Hysell in. Salis
burv townahip, at the hour, of 11, o'clock
on said dav, one horse, one cow, and one
fanning mill. Levied upon as the prop
ertv of aaid Hysell at the suit of Wm.
Hysall 1st Administrator of the estate of I
E. Grigsby dee'd.
THO'S SMITH a. v.o.
March S7, 1844-n22w2. $lr
Meigs Conmon Picas: -
Herrman flummer, umtp't.i.
. vs. V ImChano't
John S. Giles, Defendant, j
IN pursuance of a decretal order of the
court of common pleas of Meigs county,
at the November term, A, D. 1843, in the
above case, will be exposed to public sale
t the door of the oourt house, in Pomeroy,
on the thirtieth day of April next, the fol
lowing described land, to win Beginning
31 rods east of the south west corner of
the north half of lot number in range
14. town 6, and eection 16, Uhio compa
nv's purchase! thence east 20 rods ar.d
10 links: thence. north 6 rods; thence east
4 rods; thence south 6. rods; thenca east
24 rods 15.links.to ths corner; thenee north
1 OB rods. to the corner; .thence west 80
rods on the north lint to the corner; ihence
south SO rods and Slinks; thenee east Ui
degrees north 19 rods 8 links; thence south
59i degrees east 17 rods 16 links; thence
south 9 degrees east 28 rods 17 links, lo
the place of beginning, supposed to con
tain 42'aeres. Also the following descri
bed lot. to wit: Beginning 18 rods east
ot the south west corner of lot number 6
in section 16, town 6. and range 14, In
the Ohio company's purchase;theace north
15 degrees west 19 links; thence east IGi
degrees north 33 roda 10. links; thence
east 35 degrees north 18 roda and 8 links
thence east 2Bt degrees north 21 rods 17
links; thence r.orth 5 rods; thenoe east 34
degrees, north 8 rods 8 links; thence east
29 degrees north 27 rod's 3 links; thence
north 22 degrees east 15 roda 16 links up
a small run; thence north 27 degrees east
J4 rods; thenoe north 27 degrees east seven
rods; thenee north 74 rods 10 links to the
north line of the seciiont thence east on
said line 23 roda 17 links to the north east
corner of said lot ;tlienoe south to the south
east cerneri thence west to the place of
beginning, supposed to contain 60 acres.
A so the following described let, to wit:
Beginning at the north west coiner of sec-
lion 17, town 6, range nj inenee soutn
50 rods) thence east to the middle of said
aection 17; thenoe north 60 rods to the
section linn; ihence west to the place of
beginning; containing 50 acres.
V M. BOSWORTH,
March to, 1844-ntlwi
SPECIAL MASTER COMMISSION
, x ER'S.SALE
Meios Cohmox Pn a.
Edaln Creel, . 1
vs '- ' Ik Chanceit.
E.!ard Hookit.s) . ' :
yURSUANT to an order directed to
j me as Special Master Commissioner
in Chancery . by the court of common ph
of Meigs county, Ohio, I will offer for kale
at the door of the sourl house in Pomeroy i
on the 9th day of April next ensni.ig,
between the hours prescribed by law, the
following .described real, estatn, to wit:
Lot number 59 in the town of Graham
Station, in said county, to satisfy a decree
in tho above named case.
THO'S SMITH; a. it. .
Pomsrdy, M8rch.20;i844 nl w5 $1
JUE1GS CO.V.VOJV FLEAS:
Jacob Rice, demandant.
Moses Matthews and
Mary Matthews ' his
wife, Jackson Giles,
Myron Giles, Edward
Grimes and Almira
Grimes hia wife, Sa
mantlia Giles, George
Giles, Mary Giles, E-
lisabclh Giles, Emsline I
Giles, Wilson Giles, Be
Sarah Giles, defendant! 1
fglHE defendants will take notice that
I a petition was filed against them
on the 17th day of February, A. D. 1844,
in the court of common pleas ot jvieige
county, by the demandant, jacoo meet
and is now pending, wnerein me saia
Jacob Rice demands partition of the fol-
lowins rea estate, to wit; The easfnait
of fraction No. 17, town 6, and range 14,
and that at the next .term of said court
application will be made by the saia jacoo
Rice for an order that partition may oe
made of aald premises. JAL.UU kil.
i . Jfy W. tlECIA B, ft" J :
Feb. 21, 1844-nl7w6. - .'. ' .
THE STATE OF OHIQ,l St; ,'
MEIOS UOUNTT, ' , ;
Phillip Jones, Coot-
plainant. :. s,
.vs. , - :,
V. B. Horton, .Cla
rissa W. Pomeroy,
Anna-B. , Pome
roy,.el al JJejtn-
IN pursuance oi an order of tha court
of common pleas for the aaid county
of Meigs, the said defendants. Clarissa.
W, Pomeroy, and Anita jb. e. rome-roy,
are hereby notinea iubi on um iym
May, A, D. 1842, the said 'Complainani
ripH in said court hia bill in chancery'
against thl defendants, V. B. Horten aid
wife, for the foreclosure of a certain mort.
gage executed by said V. B. Horton and
wife to said complainant for part of 100 a
ere lots numbers 309, 310, and 311, in the
iio company's purchase, as is in aata .
bill more fully described; which said bill
was at the October term K.V. 7842, and '
also at the July term, AND. J843, of said,
court amended by leave of the court,
wherein it is alleged that the said Clarissa
V. Pomerov and Anna B. S. Pomeroy
(and other defendants, named in said bill)
claim some cquuuuib unn. co,. .uvi -
. . .i. . j. i.
gaged premises, ami praying me lorecio
sure thereof. And the said Clarissa W. -
Pomeroy and Anna B. S. Poi..eroy are
further notified that unless the) appear .
and plead, answer, or demur to the said
bill (as amended) within alxly days after
the next term of said court, the aaid Philip
Jones at the next term after the expiration
of aaid sixty days, will apply to said court
to take the matters of the bill as coniessea,.
and to decree thereon accordingly. .
Solicitor for Complainant.
Feb. 21, 1844 nl7w6. J
Y virtue of a writ of al.. vend. exe..
to me directtd from ths court of
common pleas of Meiga county, I will ex
pose to sale at the door oi tne coun-nouae
in Pomeroy, on the29th day of April next
ensuing, between tha hours prescribed
by law, the following described real estate
to wit:. Commencing at the south east
corner of section 9, town 4, and range
12; thonce west 50 rods and tt links;
thence north 100 rods; thence east 12
rods; thence north to the line of John
Stout's land; thence east 38 roda and 21
links to the section line; thence south on.
said line to the place of beginning, con--
talning 57 acres more or less. .
Tart of section 13, town 4, and range
12. in the Ohio eomnanv'a purchase, be
ginning al the south weet eornerJqfBaj
section; thence north along said aection
line HO rods; ihence east 40 roda; thence
south 160 rods; thence west 40 rods to
the place of beginning,, containing 40 a
cres more or less.
Said real estate levied upon aa the pro
perty of Martin Easier day at the suit of
THO'S SMITH, a. at. c
. March 20. 1844-n2iw5. $3 75.
BY virtu of a writ of fi. fa. at lev. fa.
to mo direcled from the Court' of,
Common Pleas of Meigs county, I will
expose to public sale at tho door of tha.
court house in Pomeroy, on the 29th day.
of April next, between the hours pre
scribed by law; the following described,
lease land, to wit: The weat half of one
acre of lease land j now owned and occti
pted by Thornton Myers in section IS,
town 2i range 12, and situate on the north,
west side of a certain street on the north:
west side of the town of Graham Station;:
bounded on (he west by the Ohio river,,
on tha north by Michael Wolf's Ittnd, on .
the east bv land now occupied by Thos. "
Doak,.and en the siulh ensl by. the street
aforesaid.' Levied on oa the property oC
suidMvermaUheeuit ol Awhua Ilann
et ol, surviving, partners of James Tv
McYsy, deceased. '
,v v TUO'S SMITH, a.t.e
March 20, In44-ntl6, ; f,