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E. A. BRATTON,
THURSDAY- - "M Alt. 21, 1807
Democratic State Ticket.
Allen'O. Tliurninn, of Franklin;
Daniel 8. Uhl, of Ilolinrs;
C. Fulton, ol Crawford;
John McKlwce, of lliitlor;
Frank M. llitrd.of Knox;
fiv) rente Judge, .
Thomas M. Ky, of IlamlUoii ;
('i,ui,trlltr nf the Tnwimi,
William SliorUlan.t'f Williams;
Member Hnartl rf 1'nldir )Vrkt,
Arthur 1 Italics of Ciiynhugn.
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
It is said that Maximilian will
expose Napoleon'shitriguea ogaiust
the United States'
t -. . 1 r C TTnn.il!
il. bi runner, miuii-u kj, u. uuiu.i,
from Kacine, Wisconsin, was last
night assaulted by a would-be rob
ber, on Wood street, Chicago. In
the struggle IhcJ assassin stabbed
the intended victim, but his life
wns saved by a folded paner in his
breast-pocket. Tho robber es
caped. . The receipts of internal rev.enue,
yesterday, fell below two hundred
thousand dollars -less than ever
Chief-justice Chase will not ap
point any Registers under the
Bankrupt Act, until after the meet
ing of the Supreme Court, in April
It is reported that the Astor
House will be converted into a
block of stores next spring.
The New York World appropri
ately says that Congress should
adopt some plan before adjourn
ment for changing. tho National
flag into agreement with the new
National condition. False to their
rhetorical flourishes about keeping
all its stars, they have struck out
Major-general Hancock was to
start yesterday from Fort Leaven
worth with an expedition against
the hostile Indians in Kansas and
An exchanges says it is believed
that Governor Brownlow can not
live much longer. His present
ltfirvous disorder grows more and
more tfireatening. We trust that
Providence will nerve us to sustain
Frank Leslie, the negro minstrel,
whose real name is George Weeks,
has been served with an injunction
by the Frank Leslie of magazine
notoriety, to restain him from using
the name. We believe that the
moral, rather than the professional
character of the Etlieopian singer,
is the cause of the proceeding
The colored citizens of Ports
mouth, Va., have putTup one of
their own color for mayor. ; .
In some parts of South Carolina
cultivated land is selling for a dol
lar an acre. - ; -
One of the Virginia State Sen
ators owns one hundred thousand
Only one. man' from Staunton,
and but few from Augusta, have
gone North for goods this year, and
their orders are light. Our people
are preparing for the worst, llome
spun will do very well in "District
No. 1." -Staunton Virginian;
Good Friday, this yeai, comes on
the 19th, and Easter Sunday on
the 21st of April, until which time
Lent, which commenced on Wed
The officers appointed to the
command of the Southern districts
have been instructed to be as leni
ent toward the people as possible.
The Southern Registration Bill
can . not be got through before
Monday, when the President will
A good deal of excitement is be
ing maifested in the Territories of
Colorado and Dakotah, in reference
to the contemplated explorations
of the Black Hills, in which it is
thought there are rich deposits of
The cold weather in the North
west is the most intense of the
season. The Upper Mississippi is
frozen solid, somethjng that has
not occurred for thirty years.
Trains are embargoed, and travel
is materially interfered with.
Gold closed. yesterday evening,
Mutilated and torn-out curren
cy is made into envelopes for the
The cholera is reappearing in
New York. Two cases, an elderly
woman and a young girl, are re
ported. It is thought the coming
summer will show this disease as
an epidemic all over the country.
A. II. Lee, tho Treasury clerk
who ran away some weeks ago
with thirty thousand dollars' worth
of bonds, and was arrested in Sf.
Louis early last week, reached
Washington on Saturday, made a
full confession of his crime on
Monday, and was brought into
court and arraigned "Wednesday
morning, plead guilty, and was
sentenced to three years' impris
onment. In Kentucky lives a man, the
head of a very respectable and in
telligent faniily, who, during one
week in each month, about the
quarter of the moon, imagines
himself a woman, dons the hoops
and balmoral and sits in his parlor
waiting for . his beau 1 This
strange conduct was first noticed
in him when he was about 6even
teen years of age. He is now lifty
The Scioto Gazetto says: Last
Friday afternoon somo freight cars
were standing on the track at the
head of Paint street. Somo boys
had been playing about them, but
no one was seen to get hurt, une
of the boys, a lad of twelve years
of age, named James Grannan, was
found wing dead on the track.
How ho came to his death is a
mystery. He had not. been run
over, for no bones were broken
and when found lus arm was lying
on the track, and this would have
been cut off if run over. Either
he fell off the car and broke his
neck, or was caught between the
counlincs when the cars were
pushed together, and was so
squeejea as to Durst an artery in
ternally. The New York World's special
sa)'s: , A gentleman from Georgia
informed us that the Deonle there
were ready to accept the terms of
the Sherman bill, under the propo
sition of Ex-governor Brown. We
are in receipt of information from
North Carolina, South Carolina,
Georgia, Mississippi, Louisiana,
Florida, Alabama, Arkansas, and
Texas, as well as Virginia, that the
negro vote will undoubtedly be on
the rebel 6ide under this bill, and
ulso believe that Delaware, Mary
land, Kentucky, and Missouri,
where the rebel element is strong
er that in any other States, the ne
gro vote will be on the same side.
It is estimated that the late
flood has damaged East Tennessee
over two million dollars. Over
two hundred persons were washed
out of their homes in Knoxville.
The damage to farming interests is
very heavy. Many farmers lost
their houses, barns,' grain, and
An Astounding Discovery, A
mountain 3,000 feet high has been
discovered in the Gulf, between
Cuba and Florida, while taking
soundings for a telegraph cable.
Our "devil" suggests that they
can save one-half the cable by let
ting it rest on the top of this
moutain; and that the mud-machine,
down street,is about to move
thereon', to make a telegraph con
nection with the lower regions.
i.FitOM the "McArthur Young
Men's Christian Association An
nual OfJering," for 1867, we copy
tho following amusing articie on
America is a great country. Eve
ry body thinks so,and nearly every :
body says so. And, this being the
case, each citizen leels it his im
perative duty, to add his particular
mite to the said greatness. It is
said, that the first act of a Yankee
baby, after it gets thinking faculties
into operation, is - to devise an im
provement in its cradle. Be this
as it may, it is certainly true, that
every patriotic American, whether
Yankee, Buckeye, or Iloosier, is
constantly striving to increase our
magnitude. Considering our pre
sent advanced position, in the
scientific world, it is evident, that
a tew years more of this astounding
progress, will set us on the top
round of the ladder. "We are already
far ahead of Europe. Take the.
natural wonders: what are the sub
limities of an earthquake, compar
ed with the shakings ol a real west
ern ague? what are her volcanoes,
pouring out their fiery lava, to our
multitudinous oil wells, spouting
forth oil and water without mea
sure? Let England boast of Shef
field: if they do manufacture extra
cutlery, they can't come up to us
ou patent medicines;. poeU. may
sing of the vineclad hills that border
the rhine; where are they, beside
the Vinton couuty hills, crowned
with sassafras, rent by coal mines,
and luxuriant with Concords and
Catawbas?'Let Hungary praise the
Royal Tokay Wines: they can nev
er hope to equal Roback's Bitters,
or Dr. . John. Bull's Sarsaparilla.
Londoners' brag of the Times 'as a
great newspaper who will deny,
that the three -Vinton ''county or
gans are its equal? Away with
your old world wonders; was Rome,
built upon her seven hills, as mag
nificent as Zaleski among her
seventeetxt We first invented wood
en nutmegs, and the fourth of July:
among us originated monitors and
Jrtemus Ward; and this is probably
the only country where every little
boy expects to be President; where
Brigadier Gonerals grow on every
bush, and where Beadle's Dime
Novels are published. And taking
into consideration, Niagara Falls,
P.T.Barnum, the Mississippi River,
and the Branch Railroad to McAj
thur, we may well say that Ameri
ca is a great country.
[For the Vinton Record.
At a regular communication of
Delta Lodge No. 207, F. and A. M.,
hold at their Hall in McArthur, on
the 16th day of March, A D. 1867,
A. l. 5867, the following preamble
and resolutions were unanimously
Wtcreas. It has pleased our Su
preme, Grand Master to remove
our beloved Brother, Jarkd 8
Stuong, from his labors on earth to
everlasting refreshment in the
spirit world ; Therefore,
Resolved, That we deeply sym
pathize with the faniily and rela
tives of our deceased Brother, in
the loss which they have sustain
ed, of an affectionate husband,
lather, and friend. '
Resolved, That by the death of
Brother Strong, this community
has lost an excellent citizen," the
Masonic fraternity, a true Mason,
and the world, an honest man. .
, Resolve 1, That, in token of fra
ternal regard, this Lodge be sloth
ed in mourning for the period of
Resolved, That the thanks of this
Lodge are due to the brethren of
Orphans' Friend Lodge No. 275, of
VYiifcsviJIej lor their attendance in
very inclement weather, arid their
assistance in burying the body of
our.ueceased brother. with Masonic
honors. . .
Resolved, That the above be
published in the newspapers of
this county, and. that the becretary
furnish an official copy to the fam
ily of the deceased, and also, trans
mit a . copy to Orphans'- Friend
Lodge No. 275. . .
[For the Vinton Record. C. P. WARD, Sec'y.
Editor Record: I notice in the
last issue cf the Record that some
mean, contemptible, monomaniac-
al loo, who appears to want to
make himself conspicuous in print,
but seems ashamed to Bign any
name, has written a column or two
abusing and misrepresenting me,
terribly, as he thinks. I care noth
ing about his idiotic shine or moun
tains of lies ; but if he does not
confine himself nearer the truth in
the future. I will divulce some of
his inhuman conduct that he com
mitted in the eaily part of last fall.
of which he thinks no person but
himself knows anvthms about.
For the present I will pay no furth
er attention to him.
[For the Vinton Record. C. P. WARD, Sec'y. H. C. MOORE.
McArthur, March 19, 1867.
New Hampshire Election. The
Republican majority in New
Hampshire at the late election was
about 3,000, a decided falling off
from the previous majorities. Last
year their majority was 4,656 and
the year before 7,200. The result
shows that even the people of New
England are becoming frightened
at the reckless proceedings of the
Radicals. . When thev becin to
lose ground in that section where
every ultra dogma attain! its rank
est growth, we may well hope for
gratifying changes in other sections
oi the country. ;
Artemus Ward. ("Charles Forrer
Browne) whose name is literally a
nouse-hom word wherever the
English language is read or Bpoken,
is aeaa. jie diea at bouthampton,
England. His humorous drolleries
have become so impressed upon
the minds, and so interwoven with
the thoghts and expressions of our
people, that they will probably be
perpetuated lor ' a long . time to
It is said that there is an anti-
n-U 1. 1 , i - 1 r "I i . ...
nujonjr reaguu jo .mcvonneisvnie,
with a capital of thirty thousand
dollars to support it. Progressive
Jtines ana costs inflicted on vio
lators of the liquor law, by the
Morgan county Court during the
last four years, amount to $1,280.
80, all of which have been paid,
and this amouat on fortyrfive cas
es. . . , , .
The Cheap Cash Store.
Every city has its pioneer in
business, who. by close attention to
his calling and strict integrity, is
pointed out as a model to all who
would wish to succeed in any un
dertaking in life. The same may
be said of towns and villages. The
originator of the pay-down system,
and, as a sequence, ' a successful
and enterpising business man, Mr.
Daniel Will is looked upon as a
model worthy of the imitation of
others , about to launch upon the
business sea of life. . By the course
he has pursued in the past, he has
built up a business second to nono
in the country ; and following the
example of other eminent and suc
cessful merchants, ho has added
new members to his firm as his
business increased, until it is now
represented by three brothers, un
der tho title of Dan. Will & Bros.
Determined to sustain, at all times,
the former reputation of their
House, they aro constantly in re
ceipt of new and brilliant goods.
Call upon them at once, and ex
amine their stock.
The New York Herald's Last Sensation.
Probably we should not write
sensation, as it does not really
amount to a sensation. The last
New York Ileraldism would more
correctly characterize it. To pro
duce " peace and good will " to all
men whites ,nd blacks North
and South, East and West the
Herald proposes that the Southern
newspapers shall advocate in a
spirit of perfect good faith, tic fol
. For President,
Gk.neiial U. S. Graxt.
For Vice President,
General R. E. Lee.
Suppose the Southern papers
should advocate the aforesaid tick
et, it would not secure favor in
The number of deaths in New
York City during the week ending
March 9 was 375, one hundred and
flye less than in the corresponding
week of last year.
FIRST HALF YEARLY
OF THE '
Treasurer and Auditor
OF VINTON COUNTY, OHIO,
Half Year end in z February
TX comiillnnno with nn not nn&nnrl Anrll
J. 6th, lSoi), by tho General Af.cinbly of
vino, io irovme ior me uecter rciilution
of the receipts, diKbiirsemonts, und safe
keeping of the public revenue:
NAME OF KITND. ' AMOUKT.
County Overdrawn $122.50 I
Bridge $762,29 0
County Poor ; . . , 9l,U8 2
Military Through Stnto
School and School House 61,78 0
lownsntp mu lownshipl'oor. . . . 334,42 3
Koacl 3.85 2
Section 29 227,53 5
Ain't paid Sec. 29 Feb. 0, '07 43,33 0
Lai. Iiinrmarr.&c. including 1'iu-
nev Xntfl i r.on rq a
xtui. seeiioii io 205,17 7
Am't paid Sections 10 and 20,
u uKesvwe nnu iiacllsoii Tps,
.Tanuarv 4th nml Fch.'Al ATft .ia n
Bal. Volunteer Itelief Fund...... 348.04 0
Am't paid by justice, tines. Ac. .. . B4.IKI 0
Ain't paid on Tavern License 12,00 0
$422,56 1 $7,061,43 1
Deduct rinney otc.
Cash balance in Treasury $4,838,87 0
We., the lindprslcrnprl. Tronmimi. anH An.
tlitor of Vinton county, Ohio, do hereby
certify that the foregoing Statement is a
full and complete exhibit of the condition
of the Treasury of Vinton county, Ohio, on
we mat uusiness uay or ieoruary, 1807,
fthriwlnfr tlift pxart flnimmf rf nmnm? In thn
Treasury belonging to each particular
fmwl fremiti. nM ...Wl. ..11 ..-!!.
u., .uvuiu n mi mi utucr Bruuniit p.
(ilven u:irinr nur linmU nfllnlullir H.la ou1.
day ofFcbruary, A. D. 1807.
niLUdM r. r tLiTOA, Auditor.
DAVID FOUEil AN, Treasurer.
mar21 3 "
Know Thy Destiny.
Mdme E. F. Thurotoo, the groat Enfjlinh A
talogiHt, Clairvoyant nd Pxychometrioion.who
nas mtlonittiied the scientific cloaxra of the OH
World, ha now locted heri-elf at llndnon, N Y.
Machine Thornton powetsra toeh wonderful
lwertof ecoud. tight, as to enable her to im
part knowledge of ti e greatest importance to
thi single or married of either sex. While In a
stato of trance, she delineates the vert features
of the perxon )on are to marry, and by tbe aid
o' an irmtramont of intense power, knewn at
the Psyclioinotrope, guarantees to produce a
life-like picture ot the fntnre buebaud or wife
of the applicant, together witl data of marriage
position in life, leading traits of character, etc
f bis Is no humbug, m thousands of tent.mo
nlala can aaaert. - Hlie will send, whnn Hit
a certified certificate, or written guarantee, tha
the picture in what it purports to be. By en
closing a small look of hair, and stating plaoa of
birth, age, disposition and complexion, and
enclosing 50 cents aid stamped envelope ad
dieed to yourwir, you will receive the picture
and desired information - h nttnrn mi . A 1 1
com nnicaions sacredly confidential. Address
id oo iioence, aiaaame js. JT Thornton, P. 0.
Bej?v Uu(lmrjf. Y. :. roaiilr
PIANOS & ORGANS
COST TIME I -.
' Any one who can Pay
810, $20, $30, $40 or $50
a . iiauiusj
Melodeon, Organ or Piano,
By tbt ryitem. . ! ( :
I will sell any of my large and carefully ie
leofd itock of .
M 4 1
rinno, Organs & ivicloticons
on the fulloalngewy teima:
Organs mid Melodeons, worth
!100trk's. ut $10
do do . froih $100 to $200. 15
Finnnsand Organs, worth lioin $200 to
do do rio$300to$iOO ... 25
do do do WO to 5O0 ... 30
do do do$:00 to(i'iO .... 40
do do do $000 to $7iK). . . . 50
By '.bis tjelem of eay Monthly l'avmeiils.
many p.'ro" who voulJ find it iinpoafiiile to
pay the full price of an iustrmnont al onrc, are
enabled tn pmchaao and pay for one without tiie
For full pnrilculars. address
JOHN CHURCH, JR.,
66 Went Fourth si., Cincinnati, 0.
Wholesale and Retail Agent for
. Tiik Kn4b( Gold Medal Piano,
Soiirawt. Schmidt fc Co.'s tiurKHioR Pianos,
U Atos & Haulin'h Cabinet Ohoaks,
Shoninukr's Gkk OiioANa.
And variou otlior guod l'iunus, trains tnd
There cumrih glad tidings of jny to all,
Tu )ouug and to old, to great and to sirntll;
The biaiity whi.li onse was so prooiuus and
U freo fur all, and ull may be fair;
By the use of
For Improving and Buaulifylut She Complex
The mfwt valuable and per foot preparation in
nv, forgiving the skiii a beaiitifuf poarl like
tint,! hut is only found lu youth. It quickly
romovuM Tuu, Frockluh, l'iinplew, BlutcbcH,
Mutli PatuhoK, ballowneKS, Kuiplions, and all
impurities of the skin, kindly healing the
frame loaving the skin wliit'i and clear as sta
llage r. It in tbe only ariiclo of the kind used
by the Fronch, and if considered by the Paris
iuu a indispen able to a perfect toilet. Up
wards ol SU.ui 0 bottles wa'ro sold during the
past year, sirtHuiun: guarauteo of its enfescy.
Prion only 74 cunts, bent by mail, post paid,
ou rece.p. of an order, by
JJEKGKK, B1IU 1' 18 & CO., CliemUs,
n.ar21y 233 Uivor 8t.,Troy, N. Y.
SUFFER NO MORE !
When by the nse of DR. JOINVILLE'S
ELIX1K you can bo cured permanently, aud at
a trilling cost.
The aitonixhlng success which has attended
this In va I liable medicine for I'hjsicialand Ner
vous Weakness, General Debility and i rostra
tiou, Loss of Muscular Energy, Impo'.oncy, or
any of the consequence of ruuthfiil indiscre
tion, renders it the" most valuable preparation
It will remove all norvoue affections, dopres
sion, exeitehient, incapacity to study or bni
uen, low of memory, coulnin, thoughts of
soil-destruction, fears of inrauity, &o. It will
restore the appetite, renew the health of tLoso
who have destroyed .t by sexual excess er evil
Youne men, be linmbuzsed no more bv
"tjtiaok Doc torn'' and Ignorant practitioners,
but send without dolay tor the Klix'.r, and bo
at once reatnred to health and happiness. A
perieol enre in guaranteed in every Instance
i rice, 1 1, or tour ooiues to one address, 3.
Une bottle is sufficient to oif ict a cortinsll
Also, DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS
lor the speedy and permanent cure of Uooor
rhea, Gleet, Urethral Discharges, ttravel, Stric
ture, and all affections nf the kidneys and blad
der. Cures effected in from ono lo ilvadava.
They are prepared Irom vegetuble extracts that
are Harmless on the system, and never nausea to
the stomach or imprognute the biaa.h. JXo
change of diet 1 neuoMUry while umdi them,
nor docs their action in any manner interfere
with bUKineia pursuits. Price, l per box.
Either of 'the above-mentioned artlolta will
le sent to any address, closely scaled, and post
paid, by mail or express, Oi receipt of price.
BEKGKK, 81IU TTS a CO., Cl,emits,
mar21y No. 285 River St., Troy, N. Y,
Anburn, Golden. Flaxen
and Silktn Curls.
PEObU'JEU by the use of 1',-ef. DEBREDX'
FRISER LE CIIEVEUX. One applica
tion warranted to curl the most straight and
stubborn hair of either sex into wavy ringlets,
fashionables of Piris and London, with the
mugrui,ii;ia results, now no tnjury to the
hair. Price b) mail, sealed and postpail, tl
Descriptive Circnlars mailed free. Address
IttrHDh-U RIIII I' ID A IVI ik V. e
Kiver St , Troy, N. Y., Sole Agents for the
HAIR EXTERMIiATOU !
For Kcniovlng Superfluous Hair.
To tbe ladies espeoiallv, this Invaluable de
pilatory reoommends iteelf as being an almost
indi!pei)fible arliole to female boauty, ' easily
applied, dies not born or injure the skin, but
acts directly on the roots. It ie .warranted to
remove aupernuoue bair from low foreheads, or
from any part of tbe body, completely, totally
and radically extirpating the same, leaving the
skin soft, smooth and natural. This is the o n
ly article used by tbe French, and is the only
real effectual depilatory In exlsteneo. Price
75 cents per paokage, aeat postpaid,' to any a-i-drem,
on receipt of an order, by '
j. BEROEB, SBUTTS A CO., Chemists; ui
tnsrJly , Sib Kiver st., Troy, X . y,.,
' ' 2 S. O
hi H- p o : O ;
k IB S :
A I & I S
Oil "sh was bpsutll'ul and fair.
With itsrrv eres and radiant hair,
Whose cur ling itud rila soft, entwtnrd,
f ochiiiued tho veiy hear: and mind.
CRISPER COMA, lf
Fur I Curling the Hair of either Sex fat
)'aqi and Ulotsy RinyMs or Utary
Miusitc L'urlt. i
BY "sing this article Indies and Oentlemen
can boantlfy then selves a thousand fold.'
itislh only ariicle in tbe world tnalwiUcurl
arnlgbt hair, snd at the same tim give it a
beautiful, glimoy spprsranca. The Ciiiper
Comx not only curls the hair, hut invignr e,
hoau'itk'H und clean" It; 1- highly ami delight
fully pe. fimied, ami I-1 tie most cmj lets arli
cle of the kind ever iffcnd l the Anmrlrati
public. The Cru-ptrt'oina will lo sent to any
addrccs: sealed and oat paid for 1.
Ail Irw all r l r lo
W. K CI.AK A CO . rhomlsK' ,
NtS West r'uyutlu at., Sj racuao. ff. Y.
lirparitl'jr tapilli. .
Thfr.w ay your false ft' act, your switcher,
ytiir wig '
Demi licit v of conifoit, an ! not worth a i:
tjjmo aged. come vm1 bful, come ugly andl .ir,
Aud ri'j 'ivv i i y.mr own luxuruut hair.
1?OR rcatmlng hair upon bald heads (from
. wliattvor ciiumo it may have fallen ontjnnd
forcing a growth i.f hair tip m tbo t'oie, it ba
no equal. It wi: furco the b.nrd to grow upon
the smoothest face in f. om five to elpht wioks,
or hair upuii li.itd h-ads lu from two to throw
months, n f.jw ignoritit prnc It'onore have
awertcd that tneru la n 'thing that will fufto nr
li aste n tho grotvtl) of the hair vi beard. Tn ir
aiwortioiik aio fah-o, a lli'if.sands of lit lug wlt
neHs(i'rotn their iwncxptrine)can bear sit
new. But nmry willisiy, huw are (o diit
tingUifh thj gennint fmn. the Hfiirloinl It
ourtaiuly is diUiciili, a bine la'.lnuf the diff
eront proparatb m advinrised for the hair uil
bear.l are entirely wosthless,and you may have)
already thrown away larae amonnta in their
pnrch.uo. To such we would say, , try the Ke'
pamtor CspiTll; it will e(t joa nothing; i;nle
il fully couiai np toour roprcs-nlatUns. If
your l).n?giat dnoa rnt keen It, rend n out
dollar nnd we will forward it, pr.rpu!d, ti
gethor with a rcct-lpt fui the money, which wi'l
be returned you on up (lien tion, providing en
tire BftUslnction ii not given.. Address,
W. L. CL.UiK fc CO ; Chemists.
Ko. i Went rueito St., Synicuse, N. Y.
mar'ily . - -
The State r Ohio, Vinton County:
Court of Common Picas:
SAMUEL BONE, Plaintiff, vs. JOSIAII BONE
. ot als., llcfcadanta.. In partiJon. ,j
J')SIAIIBt)E, Nancy B. ne," intermar'rl.
wilh henry Morehuat., of the county nf
Hates, State of MUsoutl; Elhubeth Vening,
formorly Elizabeth Bone, of the-county of Mc
Donough, State of Illinola; John Bone, of Ma
jorca Victoria, Australia, Kebocca Bona, late)
widow ot Uenry lione. doa'd, who is again in
orniarried, but to whom ia t) your rwtitionor
unknown; and Henrietta, Bone, minor child of
said Henry and Keliscca Bona, about ten yearn
of ago. all of the county of Bud-Ax, State of
Stato of Wlsconsiu; Williai.i Uoas, Jnlia A.
Ttollfl. In tAriiiHrriAiI wttli Amtai, KlHrTrpv. f.nl
oinda Bono, inteima'rfeJ with Landy Myers,
all of ti e county of Hocking, State of Ohio,
will tako notice that a petition was tiled again, I
them, on the IS b day of March, a. d. 1967, lit
the Court of Common Pleas within and 'octha
said county of Vinton, anl ia aow peniflHg,
wherein e;ii J Suninel Bon (lemanJs purtitiuri
of the following real ostate, situated lu the said
county of Vinto,to wl'.:
The sonthoast quarter nf Beetles) Number
Ten.(iO.) in Township Number Ten, (Itf,) of
Iiunge Numbrr Eightceu, (13,) conUflniDg one)
hundred and t-ixty vros, mure or It; and that,
at the next term of said court, the said tlainuek
Bone will apply for an order that partition may
be made of said premises.
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