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"WHITE HKX SHALL RL'LK AMEBIC A."
Mr AKTinrii, onio t
THUIUDAY.
DEC. 27, 18O0.
VALEDICTORY.
1-
i' i
The present issue of the Kecobd dis
solves our connection w Ith this press.e
We art with many of our render! wltb
regret, Tor the reason that we have lit Vlu-
toil, many true Democrat, who ire pure
in principle and incorruptible men who
cannot bo bought and sold. We are lorry
we cannot say as much for sonie of our of
' fleers that have sold out the Democracy of
the Count, and who" boast that politics It
u mere trade, thst any one bus a right to
pl.ly fiitibistlv trick :tl,t hat should put the
blush of uhaice u.. the cheek of any man.
tills press has, ulrc s lfC2 been the faithful
exponent and ii pa. tor of the, principle
of thtotitituiliiu ni.il rralnulu rot the
'Jewaj liaa'iit !l tln.e advocated t'.ienreafc-
: eat good to the greatest numbei. it has op
posedmoiiopoUca.nud aimed at the malnteu
atice of good morula, and good order.os the
true buo of 'eur Individual and collective
; happiness,al a people. We took charge of (he
Kevdiu one year oigo, have filled our vol
moo, and have received the support of our
citizens generally, w ith the opposition of
a few, anil one or two of our county pffl
.' cers.' , Our aim has been to give offense U
: :none; we hate succeeded wltb but fcwex
'' ception. ' Xn'M exceptions are in ,the
Democratic party.. The press was n( sils
tabling lts If so as to pay ns for our time
-'. : and labor.' In order to make it ' pay better
and tht we might sustain a respectable
'county paper In McArthur, and as pnr op
" ponents : hod no Organ In (he county, we
received a proposition from some of our
. . leading Republican citizens, that were hoa
. . , orable in their : proposals, to pay us for
. . publishing, durlug the last campaign, from
.,, three to . four columns of reading matter,
' under the head of "opposition arguments"
advocating the measures and candidates of
the Republican, party r .These we allowed
fur these reasonsFirst, it helped us to sua-
tain the paper, by adding to our fund
which we were bthcrwise, unable to get.
eccona, iney nau no press, sua u was uo
. Ingaswe would wish to be done by.
v Thlrdi we did not fear , their arguments, as
;i owe would not be a 'Democrat if we could
t; not sustain the principles of the party by
y, orguraeutand reason, The- aUoinwca ofJ
these articles in the Record, some Deroo-
i crate objected to, because they thought mt
were -too mngnaDlmous that our oppo
I , ncnts would oot do as much for us, &ol But
the main ones to object were moved for
different reasons, Mr. Shockey, who was
, tbc nominee of the- party for Sheriff last
' fall, made It, as we are Informed, a pretend
ed excuse for taking the county shcrllTs
- - printing from this press and giving it to
'' the Zaleskl Herald, and falsely starting an-
other report thnt we did uot vote for him
' This Is not only false, but he received In
. our family the votes of E. A. Bratton, A.
W. Bratton and myself. But, what was
, , the true state of the case? Mr. Shockey
.was sustained, iroin the time be was first
nominated by the party, Mptotbelateelec
i tlon, by this press. A fer w eeks before
' the late election, he sold out to Major Ed
nilston of the Zaleskl Herald, In consider
ation of Edmiston securing enough votes
in Madison Township to elect Shockey
Sheriff and Lantz Clerk. Shjckey was to
' fri ve so much cash and all the sheriff's prin
ting to the Zaleskl Herald for the ensuing
' two years. Thus be basely sold out to Ed
miston that part of the legitimate business
Lof this press, and which th Democracy of
the county directs shall belong,and of right
. does belong, to the organ of the party y
These bargains and sales in the Democrat-
. ic ranks, U the true cause of our losses In
this county. Wc do not publish these faets
from any other motive than to eorrect
these abuses In our party, as we care noth
ing about Mr. Shockey's patronage or his
favors in any way." Messrs. Moore, Fore-
' man and Reynolds have always supported
the press. Tho Commissioners have al
. lowed scone accounts for blanks that
should have been furnished by this office,
If for no other reason than that we should
"keep our money at borne, In preference
' to sending It out of the comity to Clere
( laid, 8prlngfleld,or elsewlsere, when tbc
. same work could be done here. We here
. nay be allowed tf say, that, heTter, ve
.will support no man for office who re
, fuses to support the orgaa Of bis party at
home. !,.,,-( ' - ,-. ;
Our paper for the past year win speak
. for jtself, and we dare any man to point
out an article that does not advocate the
true principles of lDewocracy, lies and
..misrepresentations to the contrary not
' withstanding." " ', '"f J. '!..','
'." ' The Democratic party always took cred
' (t to Itself tor exposing peculations, im
positions and deceptions; as a Democrat,
we believed it necessary to say. wba we
ave on this occasion.
We',bave, during, the late rebellion,
served over three years in detenseof our
; country i and while In the amy, and since,
. we have beei a firm believe la the per
petuity ef oar form of . Government, or,
' In other words, that ') the cltisens of the
I tTnltd iStateswtireeapableof ielfrgoveni-
'...-.I
'j.i.
ii: r ivj.
!t1 lU"r'r
i
Commissioner 8 Sale
Vallcy Furnace Prop-
itoriT
; ; crly. .
pollti
clouds
Liberty a,X
Liberty an
cuiaens wouijs.uf.REBY GIVEN, that
napiT and'WoiHBpecial Master Coir.
But, if ConirressT IKthe court of com-
exclusive control of tfiVOfin10" county
tben we snau have no
Union upon any other couditloa than
fSl'illlam P.
) restoraftj,. ,
.Ml L.. J. II 1 J III . .
h ui ire urgruuuiy aiiu ueawriiizjiig W
every citizen who considers himself any.
thing short of a slave. Ifthe people1 sus
tain the majority of that body, la Its late
mad and reckless fanaticism, , we shall soon
hare.all State lines abolished, and thus lose
all the checks established on Congress by
our fathers; the Constitution already rent
in twain, entirely destroyed,, negre suffage
and negro equalty established and white
American citizens forever degraded, nd in
many places governed and controlled by an
Ignorant and Inferior race. . We tor one
have not been laboring for such results,
and wecannot, inall caudor apd truth be
lieve, that such lsthefelsh of one fourth of
the American voters. 'The only hope then
that we can see is In the President; he may
ander Providence, be enabled to stve onr
country from anarchy and ruin, and our
people from destruction We may hare ant
other revolution j Congress seems tf be do
ing all It can to . drench our country . once
moreinpiooa. it oenooves every weU telsh
erei nis country- to w np and doing, to
thrait thetclcked (leilgnsof bad men in nigh
and low piiwe iruai, With theseremarks
on our connectiou in the past year and hopes
of the future of our Common country, we
bid our readers adieu, wishing you all ions
,Aiw&ruBuiiiir flew itnr, ' ll. T 4
THE DEVIL IN CHURCH.
An Iridiaiiapoiy dispatch to the
Cincinnati Jnqmrer says :'
, The recent negro, ttfecegiiuVtion
das In Shelby yille has peen thrprn
intp the shadeliy two 'new cases
of 1 crinu con which' ' have caused
great excitemept arnonfir the relief
ous and fashionable 'circles of , that
. A Alethodist prejicher, ppw loca
ted; at Columbus, rumor ays,' has
beeri very' ihtimate or, iome'j time
with a , highly , reispectablei . lady
member of the same church, whom
he' has 'been instructing in. the
classics.'; taut faU.they started for
a camp-meeting at Acton, but tar.
ried for a while at a town on their
.way thither, for a Jessonlitiaiun
suspicions that all was not right
The female is the daughter Method-7
ist preacher, who claims to be one
of the original Abolitionists in In
diana. The church ia iaTesbVatrne-'
ine case, ., :-r. :r-T--t-r-
A daughter of the first iamed
preacher has been receiving the at
tentions of a very pious Dhvsician
also belonging to the Methodist
Church, and a rampant God-and
morality.' politician, distinguished
ior ma denunciations of social vices.
The husband, a grocery;
suspicious of the attentions, went
home unexpectedly, and caught the
doctor in his wifeV bed-room, just
geuing oat 01 Dea, witn one leg n
his pantaloons. , The case ..was
brought before the church' and the
guilty parties expelled, but have
applied for a rehearing... Thia' is
some of the fruits of Radicalism, i
MILITARY COURTS TO
ABOLISHED—"BULLY" FOR
JOHNSON.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22, 1866.
At the Cabinet meeting yester
day, the subject Of trial by Milita
ry Commission, and the late decis
ion of the Supreme Court declaring
that clasfi of tribunals illegal and
unconstitutional, were - considered.
The unanimous conclusion of the
President and his Cabinet was that
at once Military Commission In
any. form must be abolished, and
that herealter no each ' tribunal
shall be convened? that military
commanders shall not attempt to
to try civilians under any circum
stances whatever. But when they
are ; of opinion that -a ' case has
arisen calling Sot the interposition
of military power because the civil
authorities fail to take jurisdiction.
it shall be the duty of such milita
ry commanders first' to report' the
case or cases 10 me uovemment
for eonsideratioa and direction, and
it waa determined that the Secre
tary of War should iskue an Order
to cany out the decision above set
forth. Information has been deceiv
ed that Mr. Stanton has already
prepared such an order, and it Will
be promulgated at odcer. 01 !n :
'; SrThere are) one hundred and
sixteen miles of paved . streets in
Qincunatl ,. i j
' i i i-i ;:; --;f '
Deficient Appetite, r . 7 j , r ; ,
' ArisM from a .disordered atom caad is
best tmprsred bf pksty of eterclss and rails'
Surgativef of Bobtck's Sagar CeeleJ Blood
rins.-tofcacii's filonac Bitters trill also
provs very beaeWtf. J-muiu ,' nx
the
.Tins number eoncludest vol. 1 of ts
o-'J I;-ff5 . WS'jAj . S-ii-.ill
(II 1-
of sal I wood, oro and other mateiinl, with
interest I hereon Irora the tlxe of incurring
the same.'
Said premises are appraised as an entirety
at the turn of Sixty-two Thousand and Fif
ty dollars 163,050 00, and must bring
two-thirds of that sunn.
Terms of Sale. rash.
josEr-H j. Mcdowell,
Special Master Commisaioptr.
nor23w5
AGENTS WANTED
Cainn. the Battle Field, and
V inc Jiospiiai,
I un
?sl and Shadows of the
'
M E A' jorh-T:
By Order ft, Vinton, ProhaL Court.
IN poittnc 'of aa ordtr of thi frobjfc
Crl t Vlnloa eoaaly, Ohio, I rill uffti
lurMl,al pabtio olioo 90 i i',, Mi '
Monday, th 28ttA ofJanuar , 1867)
botweM tiM bouri f tea o'clock a . nd Mr
o'ojock ,.,pos th prariiMithir illowlng
d.MTiboJ mtl aatat silnatt iu thai nut f
VinUmand Stat of Obn.to wltt 'L vm
kalf of tb loatbwwt quart of Mil d aurn
brav,(t)owiwhlp nnmlxr tijht,4) idi
Bomber ,Iiteu,(i la raid couitj lb SU,
ovtolnlnf Nratr-roar74)aerM. . hi
AUo, t blrty-foor (34) acrta iff tb. ihrih tod
of tbt ut tail of th tootbeaat t)-irM at Mo
tion narabor six, (I) soabi aurahar sight,,
() raDf bVBibor UiMa. ( l ) ia,'iJ
coo air and matt. Apprid at II ..'63
.'liana p SAuOnt-tbird eh li'bwid,
ooa-tbird ia six noalk, sad lb remalnipg om
tbird In Ivelva rnonlb from tU daf of
vitk Inltrasti tb p;mDtar U twttr
mortgart o th rml
aocST s- FATkK K nvNRv finrVv
Idm'f f tba aatata of Itrohaol Paghru,l'.d,
t- : " '
idQ
'
Change of Time.
M. & C. R. R. TIME TABLE.
FROM and alUr SuiJ.y tha It tbd; of Joca
mi, Irmlaa will Itavo , Btatloa Balnad at
foilews i .: . i'ii i ' "
' ' , ' oonrO'.sasT.
Stattoni.V'i JiaiV f'jwJlf Ex.
VIUUIUIHII,,
Cblllicotbe,
Ramden,
Mc Arthur,
ZnleskLi ,
parrletta, i ,
Station.
Marrietta,
Zaleskl, , .
McArtbUr.J; ' :
1 i
uanraen.! i .
9 15 a m
viH-ilS!?
,gnpn
o;;:i
.I, tbiu
1' 6 Sam
m.r 19iam
: "
thllUcothe,
rm 1 .t 1
Vtuuiunau,
lupra
ft IS p ra
u.suip
OOINO WEST,
;.J .. e vt a m, - ? fo pm
N 10 jq a m. , n w pm
'10 53 a m7.ll n pm
: iu: 10 45 a rniJll 11pm
t v" pnt i . , i 9) a m
I 00 pm " I m
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
.71. W
rtlllE regular, meeting of the Board of
X ecu
ioo! Examiners for Vinton count
will be held at the Uniod School House, in
McArthun. Ohio, on the 1st and 3x1 Satur
days in the months ot March, April, May,
September, October, and November and
the 1st Saturday In the months of Jsnuarv.
February, June, Ualv; August, aid Decem
ber, In each year. Aapplicantsarerequlr
ed, by law, to pay SO cts. each, as a conr
ditlon of examination: v n .
i i ' ORVIIXE GTJNUrDrO.ai'n,
dec20'66-tfj ' J. J. McDOWELL, ak. 1
. ' .I uii ,' ,l i ui ., ),.ii.:i
(Uocaet for the RJm'Jesa,
FINE FARM
;-.S;A;.lL-.;-JB-.!
T .WILL aall S!0 acres of ii aorse maa-
X daw land, 40 acroa paalnra Uad, 86 aoroa
uuov arroona. mtklnr l ia aorta oleartdand
faod, lie rema Indet wall lira bsMd... mi
i Ibora ia. oa tm farm, two good frsma koaaM
0r of wbloh la 2 stories, with 4 good rooms,
two, ataoi , oat-noDses, food will r wassr, .
. Tba olharla laterlea, with I good noma,
goodwill of water and gocdoot-buildinga. -
A BIS " af4 ' J ' '
a x ue vrcnaxu , ; i
Of 100 apple tr(mo.tly btarlnr.) 100 pch
met oeriog, ana a no lot . or piora. peer
and eberrr treoa.1 ' Tbls land Ilea In Birrleon
Towneiilp, Vlntoa ooaBty, hie, iaorj tba Slate
roadirom Cbiliootha to MuArtbnt, i.jnllea
from tbe M. 4 O. railroad, at Kay. I
from Loodendarry. Tblaland wl Vt Kliitt
very tow riaeasi and an fair terms. ,.-..
Possession , Given 1 Intnedlately.
Also. 100 shocks of com and II totaa at bst t
oo tha premises, will ba sold, with, or eepirite
from tba farm, for funber eartlenlar, writs
mei or call at my affloe, la Moirtknrj t)W,n
r i 11. 12. JUVEH. i
aecisirs Agsn: and .
T
I,:. OF .
i 1
E.ST ATE,"'
'. I If V
Tfo StaU, of OAid, Vinton, Coi. 4
wiiiia Macn(daod,ul8.. I : ,- u. l-n '
Mart Laaoh, wldcw.et alt f Oa
tm naira as uw at a a
.., dfU... T
In ponaanoa or aa order of ie, granted by
tba Prebato Court,1 -within and for tha kdj
rder of Sale.
i m 1' i .1 U ,
...r i
tranted b;
ooantt of Vlotart, aadj diraotad Ju n,J will
onei ror aaia. iraa.aut aaaacttinoarws by 4ower.
atpablioaoeUoo, on ; "
pwsday, January J$Ui, 48q(,
Bttwi the hoars of 10 rdoek si Ba aad 4
clock p ra of said da upon 'tba premiaee, tk
following dwcrlbej real, aftala altoattd la the J
oampp( uintoa iaaaidenintyrui Witi
r.ThMrth-aaa( qaartaraf ( so a U-west
OttartCT Of SeaUdtt hnnha WltlalMil ftQV la
lownahlpr nnroBar Ua (ie)tf rang ttntbmt
asTatai (17) aoBUinlnc fortY-eiffht, utm
jnora or Ian, subject Weals at CLUUoolhe land
afle:': r! in ..i-.i iO i;J JJ'.I: :
' Also, In-loVi nomber foortooaX M) and adrS
ber thirty eeon (87) In tha towa of , Uamdea'.
n wnnni wwMwp eo .ooiy -' '
! aaM : asw aaamnM ; rtal ; eataW apprkiaad at
hosdrad
iva thojauddolIaralSOO.) "
Said la-lot Ua-14 appraW at tit
drwd nd 2W dMlata'(i50); 'and mast bring
two-th W ml xhtf raneiotire evraa. :; i
Tiaxs of AL:--yi-tuiM 4a Juud, eaa
third in eoe raor. and. ana-thin! Ik tml
rom tM day f sa iav vital hrteiU j tU defaa
ad paraenU to 'ka. aaearad bv mitna
th, pramhrassold.' -".- ;J
j. j. v i juijwjurrauii3,dtav j
rfWUlkLaawh.daawaad.
A, Braftfaj atty, for fet'.. . , l adMw4
TTbLAXKS bt rrarr
MlMeO:: X!
Hi
.iwrsBlfl
oi!u orl-jo tw's fl Y.iiif!
i ' co.!7r '.i?ar.tnl;.'paa
[...] OF LANDS TOWN LOTS.
[...] OF LANDS TOWN LOTS. [...] Delinquent by the Treasurer of Vinton County,
—FOR THE—
[...] of 1865 and the Simple Tex of 1866.
It la
ar1 nor
oDejal
nd ifel
,oulrly suited to Weak. Nervoo'
pipuo
Lhor
" mVmMnm v.1 warned delinquent by ihe Treasurer of Tit
,to: Sr"fth lheref tftT
lty. . K la not alcoholic tae aoUowlug list, via: . 1
J luiroa KJ n eu. nervu' .
persons, for sale br all Dro. DESCiEIPTIOX.. 4W
at one dollar par bottle. . i , ,'i t), 'Jl
Tntal T. . Il I
vmts rv.z:r"
ic jrTt-Jt
le
ill I ! I l I
William :
Allison Wm II
same
same .1 ' i f7.
18
23
ia
20
V
83
84
34
35
35
S5
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southeast southwest.:,
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v? w half sw se.i....i.
i part sw quarter.... 1.
east Hair nw,.
. 1.
j. 1..
. 40
..40
.20
.130
SO
8mlth Joseph
ftarnM Jflma
IMIIICWVVUII
Grubbs Taomaa w u
Kay William , f) ,:,:
UrubDs Thomas , ,. 30
Brown A-1 1 ' 86
SWAN TOWNSHIP.'
Casper Larrlcl 17 12 23
Brigg James , i 3
weK n w sw n v and ne se 830
no quarter. . ; 160
nw se eg sw and sw sw.. .,1(19
,sw ae , 40
,. sene and pes...:. ........ .80
' sw sw. '...I...,.';..'.......'.;, 40
'se st.-.'....;.."M;., '.... 40
Jw ne.v ..,40
, w.Jialf w v... 80
east end a half nw quarter,. .64
parte half nw..
tinggKJsnies ,i r a naii ae
Jl:..75
Jewell ZacharfBh ." . 8
Vesber J I ' ; .
Stokell SamSel.'.it. 10
.1
Martin T A
Hamilton II S
ELK TOWNSHIP.'
Cain John f tit. IT H
Cnlbertson John t alt.
Llddle llodgeaon.. i ,,.
Fuller Oliver ' ' ,
Ooedileh Edward i
VINTON TOWNSU1FJ
ValeSaraUeli , lft, ':! 4
13 i
80
27 ,
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part aw aw.. :.....:..
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. part e half w half ne
nw pr1 se
n ... -i i
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...10 ; .77
...12 230
2i" '836
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Mark William ' ' '
Iron Yal. Furnace Co
; .siune.-i' 1 -. i.T. .
16
25
.31
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part se quarter w creek...;. 6H
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and pr ne quarter. .
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1162;
1844
Beresboff Sarah 10 10 ' 23'' n hnlf nw and nw sw.
: same ' ' ' 1 34 ' 'B halfnw and se sw..
Brown P and BIT 26 ; pr n quarter.. .
PowdE E 32 , pr w end ne and pr aw
Purcell JohnB 1" 83 ' ' part.',;' .
CLINTON TOWNSHIP- ijalw - ,., r
CoatsJobn V.17 10 ii 9 ., s.l 284
Henderson Alexander . 18 , part palf se. 11 ,707
8preuseCrV .' '19 ,' partse... . ..,.. .....,,,-K tH;m
Mnrpliln James - IS partse'.'.:. .'.;.,..,. j.i :i 80S -Henderson
Alexamler t!9 1 parte half n ij ! !''138'5
Iron Val Furnace Co, . 2S,.,, sene and prae-se... ........ 77 649
r-
ran ma ' - ' T7 SI tV uk
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KICUliANU TOWNSUM: ' ' ;
Batesi Daniel '18 9 i 4 ' ehalf ne'
Hook'James ;t i! -r.d.U ae.nw.L;!
Bamborough Cornelias 8 , . se .se..,;
Dana Ll)' Trustee,'' ,15 ! S sides halt ne
Maple Loclnda '' 31 part ehalf ne,.
lles Michael - -f- 83 n sw ns.v ..iw,
elgfiton Usher P 18 8 8 . sese.... ...u.n
iiAimisoN townsph1:. ';. ' ,,,
Probasce Jacob 19 1 : ' nw nw
BarneUJohn '),.
.A 401
t 8 60 6
101 8
1 12 8
7 62 8
6 92 8
1189 2
- 4 01 2
4 46 5
09 7
1 99 4
1 47 8
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t 36 1
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10 72 7
83 97 7
1008
4 67 6
8 41 9
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y . 2 30 9
8161
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: 10 47 4
.10 63 7
V 15 20 8
. 179 4
12 85 7
17 65 9
, ;13 63 9
12 03 8
12 62 8
2d 98 I
; 4918 0
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Baughman VTUllam
BradlevK.
Bmlth Joseph ' ' '
Baughmaa William,
Hough John i
. same , . , ( '
Phillips Phillip- ,
Maddox Sarah. J
Vaughn W
oiir J
2V
ne nw . .....
. nw pr se pw.
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89
.
; so.
' 40
I
160
41
1.20)
443
,57,
leo:
i i
,.! 117'!
: , 211 1;--I...207.'
! t J 1 ' H 1
'bs'.',
92"
V -265 r
27
11 40"7
. . i 08 6
6 28 0
10 54 6
. 8 01 8
5 43 3
7659
1 GO 4
.268 6
23 4
)7 73
1 74 8
78 8
:840 " 46H ' '
rtit
81 nes John i t rH -t 22 ne- tie and w half se ne
a nJm '1 I m
ne.
e half se
nw nw. .i.,...
e half ne.. i.. .........
sw nw.
se nw ne sw and nw se. . . . ..
w half nw and se sw. . ......
nw pr Ixt No. 12
pr w half ne aud nw se... . .
jmura HS.J11..M
m
,30
.'39
." 1,
. 60
,'492
1515 4
Burns 22
Wesson Abner ' 23
Thornton Providence 23
Bines John I . : .'23
Docer Margaret , 26
Hamilton H 8 . 27
Baker James ''' ' 28
Fouty Adam . ; i . 81
Moats Barbarr . , 31
wit vtftrn r c tawwu tn t
DaUehertr Michael 16 8 6 w half sw. . , ,:.
iisamei 6 :ehalf se....... .............. 74
CllneJamcsS I , ' :: 8 v part n side nwqusrter. ....... 9
43
84
43
124
124
15
t6
22
- ,- i i
74
30
36
w half sec..
whole ex s half se. .
v.: mc -n
Tron Val Furuace Co
same
tTRAnTION I'll
Murphy: James ' v. 30 ee&dJ.u'..........
KNOX TCWNSnil. I i a .
Wy ley Isaac: -16 10,11 . parts quarter....
nanirerGeorirelS 10 .26 . part ne quarter :..
Kobinett Ezeklcl . 1 1 28 ' ; part so quarter. . .-. .
I'
...330
...... .600
. - 1'
:,:;.:
...'.;.' 60 :
.......130
r ;...',,. 152
80
,130 ,
72
109
: 196
115
434
258
98
144
'''224 '
355 :
356
1 192
922
2689
' 491.
; 1 25
,169
11
2 47
1 24
1 92
6 72
2s 18
8 24
7 53
3
2 73
6 54
6 32
6 84
3 42
16 43
47 94
Dudley William A. ,29 .: a balf ne.a
261
480
316
158
8 79
985
1813
. 8 30
6 97
TOWN LOTS.
:i '!.)! I l
NEWPLYMOtJTIl.
1 1 LOTS.
" ' lH
Out
DESCEirnoif.
Value
.1 i'.Mf.
Kkv.in a nniTml ' ' l
DodireKD.Ji'':..'.! .'''..v.l1 '
Scott Samuel.'....'. ..;.:!. ...3 Mi part
THIRD ADDITION.
Bartlett Emily... 21, ,, .iT. vvc
MoABTUUK. ,
....-.ilJ.V.Ht.
."t
.. Ji.
$192
IV. '1
881
15
same
i same
same
same
.7
'Oil
..'It
Lv.v'.iai ,,,,)t
27 h ,'!
M:2:!tl Ml
) same ';V. v, j.ji'U 106 h v r.r.w.,
same ,it rt .t.,,.,ivi o-.u . in
lj.t.
.',k;'.v
( 7. ,
....1.
i 1 i.'.'
V.1 ' 1 1 .-
it;.. .Ill i.,l: I ,
. -ii-ll ;i:.i ii i
,.,.,..,.....,.., . .51
v . .. . r ): ; : nk
ate e 'twiaa-s I. 80
. , . . j . . . . . . HI
67
.' 1 81
. 203
' 202
,v '419 :
25
Grimes Felix..,, .'77r ,. . south end... '.. ....n
Lowry Elizabeth.:; . .105 '"". ' ' '. '. '. ; ., . .'.
MaloueJames.i.'.'l.-..,J..:681l ?i 'seren-elghthi . ,
sterling atervio. ta ) ,,. nmu iwijiro..,.,,.,.,,,,. 20.
Wlnkleman C". . . ......... 77' ml4 flftT-ulne Ceet.,.,' '.v803
DossD Ol.'i I.'.'. 1. 1 Ji,5..t.'...,i...v:.J.V.v.,v.i.a ' 110
GoM.WlWant.:;.aJi...Jll f w..t v;.u i-.v..-.'; .V 288
Wagoner George.r,.., i,,. & ,r,. one aore.u... ' 29
7 A 1 PSlft ' ' ' ' " ", ': i-'('''" "" -
"-WT. - ,f .-'iff '.: f-.l .'t.-tl . ...-.! : . ..io- -
91 U '
.'1 4
CaVenaneh tieonre.'. . . . 22
Dudley .William A. . il90 J '
';?
: part. Fraction Tbirtj-flvo,
I
,650
'250
Mlllllltlltllt ww
Kent Adney , i ,'. .;1 i .J. . n j
ITirveT aduitw a...,M . . ,.-
DILI3 ADDITION.'!''' ylur i m3
ilalwfaL Georrt.'Ki.;v.:'. Loneithtb4
- aaiyv . . B A.. , .
cr.saine K f . ! tJi.1 1 .BsaB-axaejeaiwa v....
aama ...... i r.. yurwrauui
.i " i. a .IfimiiM 1
u . inl.,,..,.v
i t Hi') .!;! . i, nl t
:in
-2 71
4 81
6 910
1 08
'4 31
4 31 2
- 6 55 4
10 75 4
14 21 3
1 33 1
10 47 7
4 02 6
10 13 8
."'.72 1
.1 i ;, ,i
1 29 6
15 08 4
623 6
s 91 1
43 86 8
L . . m 1 I
l.'..U .I'.'li'I ...24 6
ii ij. '. i ') a .1:1 i i .i.i.i l
i i. r-
131
'tt-'v 5-A49
-1
ALLEN8V1LIE. '
vnutMi fTriiarIM . ..:''.''
IIANK3WORTH ADDITON., ot
Vines James.. '. j. s .:J. .ov ASltt.JX'. l.to'ls i . . TJl . .-: .
uiVfiVll lR ... ... .i..;-,..u ! t. ''(.. .ii ij ., Lis u;.i :
a iv n a aj ar - - ----- - ii ; ; hi i 'Tin : i . . .
Cull C. . .. 1 .1'-. 1 1 ; J. o,J J" t .A f c f -t r. I u' v.;70 1
W ',sl
..! l .to r.'tra ' .nviiit L-.j' a.! I
; -1 .i !
14
818
; i i I,
Ttmmonds Zacharian.,..
!3?
..I.i..-.
Davis Thomas Bi.
DodrfeUV;..i.i.'ii.
WtonJsmes, heirs..;
. una oau oi one-nun.
84
li?1r'
now.'
'"-'26 8
27 M l
south end '?..'..... '88 4-V'i8l o
Hamnton H S..V.. ,...26 'lt.,..?.;..:J.,,:,yViTS,l ',W 9
t jAad notice Is hereby' given, that the whole of said several tract, lots or parts of lots
r se mocn wereoi aa wm oe necessary u pay Hie (axes ana penaiig coargea thereon,
will be seld by the .County Treasorer. at the Conr House la said eountv. on the thiMi
Toesday ta January aext, unless said taxes aad penalty, be paid before that time; and
(bat the sals wiU be. continued front day to day until the said tracts, -lots and parts ef
ui! saau nave nam rwtu or ouorw lur.eaie " " 'f ' v. awu, AnultCT V. U O.
O-ji-'O Sit L .r';:.!JJvl 0:11 rfTUJI!) "' '!-'' i -W.l.t -.t torii'n .?! owl
j....r - i y ,tijvi. T'.1,.('J :; .I It .') A i.a 0
i-iijji v i,u:mi -uj- t .-i,-.,,fiiulI..T
fsftoiJan!fco,:7 o-f
II
8,
&
8
9
8
"I ol avnaaaa asw
I easily, wltbouide
' tar or- aaedloaaa.
8ot, poet pid, oat
Ireoolpl or iu cb ta.
-DrBB'f'OOTg.
US0 Broadway,
new yott.
i Comfort and CW
Vor tht Suptwrtd.
(Sent poet Bii ea
'rocolpt of le oeata.
J Addreea Dr. S. B.
JlTOOTr, lit
1 Broad wi.y, H. T.
elspe leceiptof
10 wn's. adiirww
Dr. K.B.rODTE.
'nthor of ItjeJIrel
I'limmuneeiM.llSJ
Uroadwey. N. Y.
E,' D. DODGE,
Jfafa tS(rf,
McABTIIURl OHIO,'
WILL sell at low prices, for cash, a
large stock of
D H Y OO ODSd NO TI0N8
purchased especially with a view .to tbe
i . - wants of '
The Western, Trade.
My stock coimists of
MOUfcLiN" DELAINES, .
8TANDAUD PRINTS,
. BROWN SHEETINGS
AKDSU1RTIN08,
- BLEACUED',8!imTlN38.
AIENW AND BOY'S WEAR, -
-SHAWLS. . "
WUliEXiOODS. -
.. . ..v " EMBROIDERIES,
DRESS G0CD5 AHD r.T.0NS.
BOOTS. SI10E9
I1AT8 AND GAPS;
WILL BE SOLD AS LOW
Ariv lionse in Iho West!
dec6m6 '
E. D. DODGE.
" ' ; . Main Street, '
McAKTUUB.
Oil, J. 1 STllG.
DRUG
AND
DBobk fore5
. . . , ; .1 , .
, . . - "
(HulbcrTa cor. opposite Court-hobse,)
ITIcAIlTII l R, o.,
;f,
DEALER IN
DRLGS, HEDICm & CIIETOLS
BOOKS, STATIONERY
AND VABIETT ABTICLKS.
GKOCLIiltS and LIQUORS
J. 1
SWFI I
I,
I' '..'.COB. 01 MAI5 & LOCUST S?3 jl,
McARTHUR, O.,
Has aow on hand a vary larfre aad well se
lected stock of all kinds Of Groceriee and
Llqaore, aonidttirsin part of tea, oinVs, an
gar.Tobaoco, olgr, white rlsh, neclteral, ood
rlsb, ricklea. oanned reaobea.oova oyster, rep.
per taaoefrntsnp, n. o. Molltseea, cldor visegar,
aodcoida, rowder, isad, ihot, eapa,
: ' ' -
Ml Kinds of Dye-Stuff,
':, ' 1 : ' ' ' i-J. .
a ten"rl awor' tent of perfbmories, cristodo
fo's aalrdVe' W.rranted to color the heir a jot
black witnor mjnry to tha hair orfoslp.aoa
tettor'iknd fcobewk' alemaeh alttera, eonoen
trated aeap, a general assortment of gen
tlemen's winter gloves from tba flout bnol to
tbaeommoa woolen, all klnda of liquor from
tho laws wrath Brandy and eld aoorbon vhla
ky to common corn whisk ta ba sold from ens
lot to ona hundred tallona, or any other anan-
tity desired, all of wbloh ha proposes ta sell aa
ww,ir aot lower man otner noose inineoonn
rr. til kinds of oopntry. p;o4nf t taken la aa
ehartfe'for Grtoeriea.
Oblldrea eo got goods as cheap M tSelr pa-
COTIETEL COKXE ALL!
4sep.'-S74n-. v i jj., BWSTLAKD.'
I
NOTICE Strah V, Aodrrwe, who-plaoa
f rta.daaoa la anknowa. la brbV notl-
ned that 8th V- Andrews did, on tha SOth dy
of Deoember, ad 1869, file bis petition da tha
office ef tha Clerk of tha' Court of Common
Plata within aad for tha ooaaty of Tintonaqd
8tete ef Ohio, abaralna tha aald Sarah VAa-
drewewtta adbltery, with onaT. D. Norton,
and Mklng that he may, ba d'voresd from bar,
fttesau.Baran jr., and for, othor waller, wbicb
tMtiUaa will be for bearlni at tba next term of
said court.' BiTIJ S. AHDBKW8,
dac2C xi. V; by.a.C.Jaaaa.hiaati.'y.
Mnta wantad tor six Dw
new artiolsajaat oat. ' Addreas
giaosiorai
rtAAA VD5TH!-rA
OtltilVtT new artii
a.T.Oaaavi City llalldlni
'J?V ; V; -a,.. vj-fAi-jj''T
coti ) .xoaiX viiar-i' t.u y" V. I.
.J5-.1 .'.-. vi)qii,'9l' '''it

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