THE VINTON RECORD.
TIIUKSDAY.APHIL 17, 1873
Murder of Gen. Canby and Indian
LAVA BED, April 11,
LAVA BED, April 11, Via YREKA, 12.
Indiana and four squaws came
into our camp and ere made
presents of clothing and pro
visions by the Peace Comrais
sioD, and a message sent out
by the Commission, asking for
a talk this morning, at a point
about one mile from our picket
lin?. La'erla the evening
Bogus Charley came in and
told the picket he could take
his gun, and that he, Charley,
did not inteud to go back any
more. The picket brought him
in to the tent of Gen. Canby,
where Charley left his gun,
and remained at the tent ol
Frank Kiddle during the night.
This morning Boston Charley
came in and told the Commis
sion that CapL Jack and five
other Indians would meet the
Commission outside our lines.
Boston Charley and Bogus
Charley then mounted horses
and started for the lava bed.
About an hour after their de
parture, lien. Canby, Dr.Thom
as, Mr. A. B. Meacham and Mr.
Dair, with Frank Kiddle and
his squaw lor interpreters,
started for the place appointed.
The party arrived at the ap
pointed place and were closely
watched by the signal officer,
Lieutenant Adams from the
signal station on the hill over
looking our camp. About half
an hour after the party had ar
rived, a cry from the signal
station was heard, saying that
the Indians had attacked the
Commission and that the en
gagement had commenced be
tween the lndians and Colonel
In a moment the troops were
under arms and deployed as
skirmishers, under command
of Col. Greene, and orders
were given to forward double
quick. Very shortly after, T)r
Dair returned and told us the
Indians had attacked them
and he thought he was the only
one who escaped; but in a few
moments alter, Kiddle and hi3
squaw were seen within the
picket line. From him we got
the following account ot bow
the masscre commenced.
Meacbam made a short speech
to the Indians, followed by
General Canby, and then Dr.
Thomas. Then Captain Jack
made a speech, asking for Dot
Creek and Cottonwood, places,
now occupied by Fairchild and
Davis, for a reservation. Mr.
Meacham told Jack that it was
not possible to give him what
he asked. Schonchin told Mea
cham to say no more; that he
(Meacham) had said enough
upon that subject, and while
Schonchin was speaking, Cap
tain Jack got up and walked
behind the others, and turned
back and explained, "All
ready," and drew his pistol and
snapped a cap at General Can-
by. He cocked his pistol
again and fired. General Can
by fell dead, shot under the
right eye. Schonchin then
shot Meacham in the shoulder
and head, but he is still alive.
Boston Charley and another
Indian shot and killed Dr.
Hookey Jim chased Dair for
some distance, bat Dair turned
upon him with pistol in hand,
and Jim ran. An Indian
knocked Riddle's squaw off
and tock her horse, but Cap
tain Jack made him return it,
and then another Indian chas
ed Kiddle and shot at him.
The troops are now about a
mile in the lava beds lying on
their arms, and will probably
Advance under cover of dark
ness. There are about six
hundred troops which can be
brought Into active service, and
I believe they will end the Mo
doc war. Meacham is not ex
pected to survive.
Conrm the Treasury $70,
INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF MCARTHUR,
Vinton County, Ohio.
April 17, 1873.
VfH ERISAS by thelawe ol Ohio regulating
W theelectinca for municipal otflcsra it ia
required of lh Mayor of each city or incor
porated Tillage to give nolice by Proclama
tion at least leu daya betore the lima of hold
ing flection of the time of holding men
election, of the time and place, when the
where men election will be bolder, and of the
officers to bo chosen.
In pursuance of each requisition, T, Henry
Payne, Mayor of the Incorporated Village of
atcArthur, Ohio, do hereby proclaim and
make known that Ilia
First Day of May, A. D, 1873,
ia lha day on which the qualified elect ora of
the Incorpornied milage of McArthur are no
tided to meet at the Court Houae, inaaid Vil
lage, at the uaual place designated lor holding
euch elections, between the houra of six
o'clock in the forenoon, and 6 o'clock in the
afternoon of aaid say, andthenand thereto
proceed to Tote by ballot for the following
officer, to wit:
One Street Commissioner for aaid Village,
to aerye for lha unexpired term of one year,
to fill vacancy.
(JiTen under my hand at my office, in aaid
Village, thia 17lh day or April, A. 1). 1873.
HENRY PAYNE, Mayor.
State of Ohio, Yinton County, $s.
Cornelius Karas, Plaintiff',
The Vinton Furnace & Coal Company
of Ohio, Defendants.
VISTOX COVRT OF t'OMMOX
1'l.F.AS OBDEB OF SALE.
PURSUANT to the command of an order of
Sale traued from the Court of Common
Pleas of Vinton County, and to ine directed aa
Sheriff of aaid County, I will otter for sale at
the door of the Court Uo , in the town of
I o Arthur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 17th Day!of May, 1873,
at the hour of t o'clock P. M. of said day, the
following described property, to wit: aituale
in the aaid county of Vinton, O iio, a part ot
the south-west corner of (he norta-east quar
ter ol section .No. 24 twenty five, township Mo
II eleven, of range No. 17 eereoleen and es
pecially described aa a tract ol land tlfiy 60
leet in mum running aiagonimy iroui a
point twenty-five feet north ot the lamia sur
Teyed by 8. W. Stone lor a railroad from the
Vinton Station to the Vinton Furnace, where
aid line intersects the w eat line of aaid quar
ter aeition, thence running south-east paral'
lei to aaid surveyed line, bi t twenty-five fret
north of aaid survey, which aaid line running
aa aforesaid, ia to be the center of uid atrip or
tract of land herein conTeyed.
Also three 3 acres and five 5 rods, being a
atrip of land being thirty fire S4 fret wide
Irom the centre of the railroad tract of the
V.ntnn Furnace A Coal Company of Ohio's
Mi I real cn each side of said railroad tract,
from the center, located in. the north-went
quarter of section No. -ib, towvahinNo.il, of
range No. 17. in Vinton countv Ohio. Alio.
the railroad iron and ties located in the above
descnlied real estate, auunusod to be about
two-thirds of a mile in length.
Appraised at llliriv.lnur hundred dnliara.
S:l,cO and must bring two-thirds ol that -urn.
in in soiu aa me property ol tile Vinton
Furnace Coal Company ol Ohio, et al. to
tatisli nn order eale, issued Irum (he Court
ol Common Mem., in favor of Cornelius Kama.
rrJKMS OF SALE : Cash ill hand on the
day of sale. OEOKtiK KAI.F.R,
eharitt mum Couuiy.
Cos sinus Kiias.
A r.l 17. 1873. sw
On last Saturday evening
James Smart, an old and well
known citizen of Circleville.
while at the supper table with
his family, about 5 o'clock in
the evening, suddenly com
plained of having a very severe
pain iii his neck and the back
part of his head. His wile as
sisted him to bed, when he im
mediately became unconscious.
A physician was seat for, who
pronounced the attack fatfi.
He remained unconscious un
til about 8 o'clock, when he ex
pired, within three hours from
the time he was first attacked.
Lie was a highly esteemed citi
zen, and his sudden death pro
duced a deep impression upon
The terrible ireachery rela
ted of the Modoc Indians, re
sulting ia the death of Uener
al Canby and one of the Peace
Commissioners and tho wound
ing of another, as well as a
subordinate officer of the ar
my, call for a vigorous retalia
tion, which we are glad to say
has been ordered by the Presi
dent and Gen. Sherman. We
fail to fee any reason why the
Modocs from their lava bee1!
should not pass easily but
surely to their happy hunting
ground. Ked-skin treachery
is proverbial, and it might be
as well to send squaws and
pappooses along with the war
riors. As they are not divided
ia life, it is best they should
A new post-office has been
established at Audesonville,
Ross county. The citizens ot
that section of the county have
heriofore received their . mail
through the Chillicothe P. 0.
Mr. John Bridges is the post
Ross County Register.
James Cowans ol Chillicothe,
was killed by lightning on the
evening ol the 30tn ult., on
the canal between Portsmouth
Robert C. Kinkead, of Green
field, and John M. Barrere, of
Liillaboro, both in Highland
county, Ohio, have bad their
commissions aa Postmasters renewed.
State of Ohio, Wnton County
. Humphrey Clark, Ptalntlfi,
Nicholas Ffifer, Defendant.
In Vinton Coun ty Court of Common
Fleas. Order of Sale.
PURSUANT lo Hie command of an Order of
bale issued from the Court of Commun
Pitas of Vinton County, and to me directed
aa bhorift of aaid county, I will ofler for aale at
the aoorol the Court House, in the tow ol
McArthur, Viuton County, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 18th Day of If ay. A. D.
at the hour of t o'clock , P. M. of aaid day, the
following described lands and tenements, lo-wit.-
Part of the rut hair of the aouth-east
quarter of section No. ore, (6) township No.
uine, (9) of rauge No. eightecn (IS) com
mencing lor the same at a atone, eighty -f our
(M) rods north of the aouth-west corner ol
said lot, thence south evenly live (76) de
grees, enat fourteen and lift: hundretha (14.AU)
chains to a alone, thence forty fire (to) da
grees, sul five and thirty-six hundredths
(j.3ii)ohaina to a atone, thence north twelve
(lx) degrees west four (4) chaina to a atone,
thence a eat fllleen auu forty-eight hundrtdtlie
(14.41) chains to a alone, thence south ft ur and
weniy-three (4.23) hundretha chaina to lha
place of beginning, being ten (10) acres situ
ate in Vintou county, State of Ohio,
A ppraiaed at three hundred and twecty an
dnliara and aixty-aix and two-thirds coma
aud must bring two-tnirds ol that
Also, in lota Nos. thirty three, 33 sixteen,
Nl Ihictv four. 34 and the ea-t half of No. fif
teen, IS aaid lots being situate in tne town of
AlleiiS'ille, Vinton county, uuio.
Appraised at seven huudred and fifty-eight
d liars and thirty three aud one third cents,
;ia .v3, and uiuat bring two thirds of that
To.be sold as he property of Nicholaa Pilfer
to satisfy an order ol sale, issued Irom the
Court of Common Flea in favor of Hum
TKKMd OK SALE: Cash in hand 0" lha day
of sale. UEOKtiE KALF.K,
bhend Vinton county.
II. C. Jnxrs, Attorney forPlaintid.
April 17, A. 1'. 173. Sw
Humphrey Clark, plaintiO, ts. Nicholaa Pilfer,
Vinton Comiron PleAi.
'1' HE dejendant will lake nolice that on the
X lxlh day ol April, 1873, the plainlitf filed
hia petition id the Clerk's office of the Com
mon riese Court of V inton County. Ohio, al
iening ihat the plaintm sold to the defendant,
the following described real estate, aitualo in
Vinton County, Stale of Ohio, lo wit; a part
of the rast hall of the aouth-east quarter of
section No. 6, r.inge No 18. Commencing st
a ttone, st rods norm or ine souin-weai cor
ner of aaid lot, thenceS. 783 E. H.Jo chains to
a atone, thence N. 44 east A.3t) chaina to a
atone; thence N. 12' W. 4 chaina to a atone
thence Wot 16 48 chains to a atone, thence
south 4 S3 chains to the place of begiuaing,
containing ten acres.
Also in lota Ne.33. 31 and IS, an I the east
half ot in-lot No. IS, in the lown nl Alleneville,
in aaid county and Stale, and furtner avering
that defendant gave to plainliH sundry notes,
two of which are overdue and unpaid, for Ihe
sum ol f ibii each, l.iat the same were on in
terest from February nth, 1871, anil thnt there
is due thereon tho sum of Ave hundred dol
lars, with interest aa aforesaid, and praying
for a judgment for the sai l sum. and also a
finding and decree of said Court Ihat the same
ia a hen on aaid lanHs for purchase money.
The said cause will be lor hearing at the
next term of said Common Fleas Court.
H. C. .ION Ed, Attorney lor plaintiff.
April 5,1873. 4w
State of Ohio, V'lnten Coantyi
John Maderin, Pin in tiff,
Seneca W. Ely, et al, Defendants.
fa risoa Ceaay fast of Cnmmnn Plxu, Ordtr tf
Bui ia Pm-fiioM,
PT'VWAN'T o the enpimind nf an Order of
Pale in Par'itinn issued from the fonrt rf
Common Pleas of Vinton Connly and to me
directed a Mhrifl -.f said eonnty, I will ofler
for sale st th door nl Ihe Court llone, in lha
town of McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio, on
Fi iday.the lCfA Danf Jay. A. D. 187
a' the hnnr nf 1 o'elck P. M. nf said day Ihe
following InnHs sn-l teneTira's. s'lna'e in the
county ff V'nton snrf vfst nf Ohio, in wit;
It. The somh half nf tha south-east iuar.
tee nf section Nn. 24. fnwnhip N'n, 11. ant
rnge So. 17. enn'sinint eigh'T seres morn nr
lea". SsH tract hemg appraised at aixteen
nunired nmiaes iii.wn i
sni A so the north half r the snclh est!
onrferof ernn v. J4. Inwnahin Nn. 11
and rn o. 17. containing eighty aerea (nt
more nr aid tr-t he'ng appr".t at
fourteen hnorlred and fertT dorars. (l,4n.
3rd. AIo the eal-hill nf th north -et
matter of ofnn n. ?4. Inwahin Nn. 11.
and range No. 17, enntaininc W ar, mnre
nr Appraised at twelve hundred dollars
ill "on )
4th. A'n the north half of Ihe smith-wear
nnarter nl aention Nn 94. tnwnship Nn. 11. and
Rang No. 17, contsining eiehte'seres mom nr
I... Pnm,..H twelve hundred and eighty
A'h. AIo th' west h'lf nl the north-west
nnnrlernf a-od aetinn Nn. 21. tnwnhln and
ranie alnre'a d, enntaining eighly () a-rs
more nr less. 4nim-aed at thirteen hundred
and twenty dnliara (l -120
(tth. Alnthennrth halfnf the nnrth-essl
onarter of section No. !S. tnwnhm an1 range
aforesaid, excepting ten aerea off the west
end nf and Iraet leasing sevente (70) acres
mnre ne less. Armniised at twelve hundred
an eighty dnliara (f I. (80.)
Tth. Al0 the south-east quarter nf rhe
northeast quarter nf section Nn. 21. tnwnohlp
rod range a foresaid, extent three (3) acres
helnng n to wht ia known aa the Genrge W.
fSuslin Farm arp-nned at aix hundred and
twenty-nine Hnllara (n29.)
8th. Al'nthe nonhhalfof the the snnth
eat quarter of reotinn No. 13. mwnhip and
ranee aforesaid, containing eighty (80) acres
mnre or teas. Appraised at sixteen hundred
Bih. Also the nnrth east nnarier of the
aonth-west quarter or section No. 23, Inwnshln
Nn. 11, and range Nn. 17, enntaining 41 M
aerea morn nr lets. Appried at aeyen hun
dred snd twenty dollars (72fl.)
Kxeenllng from ahnve traela 117 aerea nil
the ejiat prt thereof herelnfnre sold to nne
Patrick I.eare hy W. W. and W. R. Madiera,
dated lune 1888.
Each tract nf the aKove described lands and
tenements mustbnng two-thirda of the ap
Ordered tn he sold In certain partition pro
eeedinge lately pending in the Cnnrl nf flnm
"on Pleea of sain" county, wherein John Ma
diera waa nelitinnera and Seneca W. Ely
TERMS OF SALE.
One third cash In hand; and one third in
nne year and nne third in tw years frnrn
day of Bale. Deferred raiments ta hear in.
tereat at per cent, per annum and to hi se-
ourea oy mortgage on tne premises mid.
Phenlfo' Vintnn ennnty,
Bnsu C.Jnm, Attorney for plaintiff.
April 10, 187.1, 6w
To the Public.
TWISH to infotm the citliens nl McArthnr
xana vicinity mat J. u. Bwetland purchased
of me a one-horse covered errriag for lift
Said oarrtsga waa knocked off to the aaid
Bwelland, by Luther Bolen. anclioneer. 1 he
aaid Swetland anbaeunently refused tn take
. ' . nm carriage naving himself bid
non, ann sain n was orth IM. I wian to
warn the pnblio against dealing 'and being
victimised by this man. '
J7apr.lt W, HUTCHISON, Agent.
USE the Restnger Sash Lock and 8npport lo
FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS!
Nosnrinuto break, snmiii.oi.,.1..
durable, yery easily applied; hnl1a'aah at
-..j ,Mi. iii -irt-u, una a sen-iastener when
the east) Is dnau. Pen. I atamn tnr nin,.i
Circular and six eoppeisbrnnaed locks snt to
' Pn"'paid. nn receipt
ol AUcta. '.iheral inducements to Ihe trade
Agenia wanted. Addreaa KKI8INUER 8A-"H
l. ( K CO., No. 41 Market St. .Harri-hnrg.l'a
Done Neatly and Promptly,
WILL find the Record ofice gupplied with
Ihi largtslaasortment of Horse and Jack
cute lo he found in any office la thia section
oi tne Dtate. . .-r
Bills Printed on Short Notice
Intention to Build Bridges.
VTOTICE la hereby given that the Commia
i.1 aionera of Vinton county, Ohio, intend lo
at the points and placet of travel, aa follows,
On Covxixa Bainai win ftosi AsvTatxrs,
BIG RACCOON CREEK
ia Brown tnwiHMtV Vir.ton county, Oluo,
near ine niii oi ianitri nror.nif.Oi one
Co ver'd Bridge ith f toneAbutm'ts
' aero ai
LITTLE RACCOON CREEK
in Clinton township, Vinton count", Ohio, on
lha road leadingfrnm Hamden lo Wllkesyille,
near lha residence o( Henry C. Kohbiua; one
Open Bridge with Stone Abutments,
In Knox township, Vinton county, Ohio, near
ine resiuenee oi oamuel Beck ley. i lie
Plans and Specifications
of aaid Bridge are on file In the Auditor'a of
fice of said county, and are open lor in-peotion
by all parlies concerned orinlereated in Ihe
examination nf the aame and the construe
lion of said Bridges.
Potitlona for and Remonatrmncca Agalnat
the proposed construction of anld Bridge as
named and located, will be paaaed upoo on
Tuesday, the 20A day of April, 1873,
at 3 o'clock P. M. of aaid day.
lly order of Ihe Commissioners.
Auditor, Vinton County.
April 3, 1873. 4w
NOTICK is hereby gi ren Ihat aealed propo
anla sill be received at Ihe
Vinton County, Ohio,
a O'CLOCK I. 2&.t
Tnestlathe 29th Day of April, 1873
for the building of
Two Covered Bridges,
One Open Bridge,
at the places herein deacribed, aa follows
to wit: one
Cotisis BiiDGt with Stoxe Abitucnts,
BIG RACCOON CREEK,
In Brown township, Vinton county, Ohio,
near the mill of iianiel Wortinan, also one
Covered Bridge with Stone Abutments
LILTLE RACCOON CREEH,
in Clinton townshin. Tinmn cnnniv nhin
on the road leading from llamdrn to Wilkes.
vino near tne residence of Henry 0. Robbins,
aud also one
OPEN BRIDGE WITH STONE ABUTMENTS
BIG RACCOON CREEK
In Knox tnwnship. Vintnn nnnnt. ni,:
the residence of Samuel Beckley.
Contractor to furnish all the Material.
Plans and Specification..
are on file for Inspection at (re Auditor'a Of
nee. All bidders lor contract or contracts are
......c to ma tiiiii nis oi a or dius, a bond in
double the amourt of such hid or bids, wi'h
71 : micu ui pursues, w
(he acceptance of iho Commisaioner for the
iievummainnera. however, reserve the
right 10 reject any and all bida.
by order of the Commissioners.
W. W. BELFORD,
. - Auditor of Vinion County.
Aprils, 1873. (w
D. 171. FERRY'S
BRIGGS & BRO'S.
Choice Flower and
AT THE DRTJO STORE OF
North Side Mala St, two Doors
West of Market,
Seeds Warranted to be of
the best Variety ani
Warranted to Give
BEST IN THE MARKET,
The Thoro'bred Horse
Will aland the ensuing season, commencing
April 1, and ending July 1, 187.1, at The
Owner's Hlable la la Jackeoa Township,
Logan la a beautiful dapple bay, 1C hands
high, weight I, "0 pounds, a years old. He ia
iwaaessed of great strength and powers of en
durance, having proved to be Ihe beat draft
Logan's al re waa Wildcat, Imported from
England, his dam was Bonnie Bcollaod, im
ported from Kcotlsnd. Both dam and sire
were imported by J. Conner and brought to
Tennessee, from which State Logan was
Drought to Vinton county, laatauuiiuer.
T IE IE& IMI S :
18 to inaure. Trading or parting with mare
A. C. WESLEY, Owner.
Mary A. Dehgh, pltf.f) In Vinton County. O.,
ys, VCourl Common I'leas.
John W. Bmu, dell. J Bastardy attachment
THE aaid John W. Sain, Defendant, of the
State of Indiana, will lake notice ihat Ma
ry A. lieltgh, deiendHUt, of said cnuoty of
vintnn, did on lha 27ih day of February, A.
1). 1873, Hie her complaint, made before Isaac
Keynolde, J. P. of aaid Vinton county, and
transcript of the proceedings before raid Jua.
tics of the Peace, in bastardy, in the said Court
of Common Pleas, against the said defendant,
and which proeedinga are now pending in
aaid Court, for the purpese of haring a trial
and final adjudication tnereon. charging in
aaid complaint among other things, thai Ihe
aaid plaiiiuft ia the mother of a bastard child,
that the aaid defendant acoused therein is Iho
father of aaid,child That the said deleodnnl
so charged, abaconded from thia Stale, with
intent to delraud complainant, and thai said
accused ia a nonresident of the Stsie of Ohio,
ami lhataji order of attachment hia been ia
suod and served therein; and by virtnnof
said order of attachment Geo. Kaler, hherifi
of aaid county of Viulnn attached Ihe follow
ing real estuie situated in aaid Vinton county,
aa the property of said defendant, John W.
Sain, lo wu: The one undivided tenth part
of Ihe North Wert quarter of section number
three, in lowoahip number twelve, of range
number seventeen, containing 153 acres, (ex
cept VA of an acre ott the sou ill side of aaid
N. W. quarter, heretofore soul by Phillip
Sain,) also Ihe one undivided tenth part nf
in-f ts number ii and SI, in ihe town ol New
ah. riessant, Vinton county, Ohio, as re
corded iu idol ol said lown. that said nro
ceeding will be for hearing at Ihe next term
ol said Court, or eo sonn'lhereafter as counsel
can be heard, and Ihat, plnlntitt will ask fur
an onlcr or decree lor sale of said ren tv. and
proceeds or so much thereof not exreeding
ii.uoo as may De necessary toaattnly plainliH
claim herein. MARY A. liKH'.ll.
Bt Hsattos A Huston, Att'ys for plt'tt.
March Mill, 1873. 6
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Mary A. Dengh, Pli.tit.lT, tb. J.-bn W Sia,
In Vinton Connty, Ohio, Court of Comruo.i
rifM. uyii tctlun Attichinent,
Tohn W. 8AIV, Defendant In alit.ru action, of
aiuueciuun wuniy, Btat) r Inriinna. will
tula liisllisat. that 11 .. -w A r. i.i , . , .
7 . ' n. uciig.i riaiiiiin in
rlFkOTM sas'tlnil. nf tkaa r'..lanaf V. .... O .
lihin Hlil nam ll.u (VTak J a? I- .
rs I ft 1 1 k.1 .j. ,i . i J- i - . u r .
r""w in hw -uqri qi uimnion
PlnU Within mwu lnt matA Vl.t...
Ibesald John W.aln defendant, selling forth.
lH6-itOlh month i.i l.m. IB.: 1. 1. j j
OA tn. inrl aaliail si . i t . . i
6th day of February, A. D. 18116. the aaid iilainliff
nd dHlAlldlint anluroirl Inln . . I .
.. ..in, tamatiriM, UUIlirHCt.
r;. , ...x,. w uriuii.uuiuiiiirq un ine
4h . ay of July, I8f. thnt Ihe an hi pHtitUT u
.nil la atlll . n n. -t . mi... . ....
....... .......a,liiJ( ins, sttiu ueieuusi i ulu
nut St Surf I in... I . . ...
time many aaid ilaliitln. and thai iu Ilia month
f June 18W said dekmdant aliscoudcd from the
nialMnr flllli. ar.il ... ..1.1. J .. .. ... .
- - u u.-. iniuru in ins oiaie 01
",'u,"."c,' l,r",lnK " Juduiiient for
ro.iuu, lii-rdanisi!essiniai.ird That on Hie said
m, V .", '""t- ' :l'd flam. Iff AM , a
am.lurli In said ( unit ol Commun J'liaa Iu sai
aclion, fur, and causa an mdsr uf attachment to
........ ....., ,,,, . iiuo ana inal ny virtue
of said o,U. r . f attachment the Sher J of said
Vinton r.lllnl. n,u.. J .1. ......... " "",u
slin.t.,iTn ..M Vi .. '""owing raai osuie
..a ...wii t. '... wi nn vi ottin; io Wll
oiieiindivldoj tenth part ol the north westqn.r.
,..i ""iuuot lum in icwnslllp Ulltlibnr
twelve of rHin.A , nmiu. . ....
. ' .Clltrrii IVIIMlllingllil
acres (except of an sore on south siil. of .aid
lirirllk.urut n........ 1. ....
.... . H. un.uiuiurcsuiu uy ruiiipHain I
Also, one iiiiHiwi.lo.i 1..11. . rr......'
nonheaat quarter of aeclion Four, in town
7 r.p. ranne Seventeen, containing
17 J seres; and, also, in-lots number 28 and M
... ... - , mount fieasnnl, as re-
?"i'ih? l,,Ut 01 u,i'1 " od the aaid
John W Sain ia aotihed thai he ia required
nP,.'S;??dA""w,', "ai,i l""n. n or be
u7. ia ,lurd 8tBr,lRy "r the 8tn day of
AaVrtrrrlseaiesits lawrrtad at fair Price
Layi n tfg tho cackles. It is hen
nature. When a man get-, in a ner
atock of goods, it is human for him to
orowoTerit. When the hen cackles,
people know that she hs laid in some)
fresh stock, and feels rathsr proud 0
it When the merchant opens his new
atyles, and blows his trumpet io the.
newspapers, people know that he has
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It won't hurt you or the trumpet ei
But then so.ne merchants think peo
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don't listen for the hen to cackle. If
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know that even thoy bad read this ad
vertisement, tbey would learn their
Any merchant who has anything
wotth cackling about can make as big
a noise as he has a mind to, in the ad
vertising columns of the Record.
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH.
Opposite the Eramitt House,
Shi ecltenga list's Old Hand,
MANIITACTOKIB AND DIALIB IK
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A rents tot
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