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THE VINTON RECORD.
Mc All Til UK, OHIO,
Kin nnun v HTVrm 1 STft
Grand Fourth of July Celebration,
Pic-Nic and Dance at
Arnold's Grove, M'Arthur,
Ohio.
Completa arrangement
made by li undersigned Committee
for baring a Celebration worth of tbo
Glorious Fourth. Everything will
be dona bytbs Committee to make
the affair one of the moat pleasant and
agreeable ever beji in the County.
Tb Declaration of Independence
will be read by James M. McGillvray,
Esq., followed by an Oration by Hoc
H. C. Jones.
Prepare for a full day's Campaign
and bring your baskets well filled.
Refreshments of all kinds can be
had on the Ground.
Musie by the Mo Arthur Brass Bund
will be a leading feature on this Grand
Festal Day.
Turn out Everybody.
Ilotf. A. J. Swam,
o ioxob Lantz.
T.A. M cheat,
Gsobgi Kaikr,
Ucoaoi Head,
L. D. MaRTIB,
J. A. FSLTOH,
W. D. Gold,
Comaittee.
The End of the Claypoole—
Wells Contest in the Constitutional
Convention.
Mr. Alexander, from the com
nitte on Privileges and Elec
tions, to whom was referred the
testimony taken in the contest
ed case of U. S. Claypoole
against Harvey Wells, sitting
member in the Convention
from Vinton county, reporte'd
that the committee had exam
ined the testimony and law re
lating to the case, and that
they had arrived at the conclu
sion that the point relied on by
the contestor that the con
tested was not legally elected,
on account of cot having been
a resident of the county for one
year preceding the election,
was not a valid one, as the only
requisite to make a citizen el
igible to a seat in the Conven
tion was that of being an elec
tor of the county at the time of
the election. The report con
cluded with a resolution to the
effect that Mr. Wells was enti
tled to his seat.
Tho resolution that Mr.
Wells was legally elected to
the Convention was adopted
yeas 84, nays 13.
Democracy the Same Everywhere.
where.
Hero is the way things are
going in the old Democratic
county of Fairfield.
The County Treasury still
appears to be under a cloud.
The taxes for June are coming
in slowly, and are paid out al
most as soon as they are re
ceived. Ueneral Qodman is
still at work making an exam
ination into the condition of
the county affairs. We are in
formed that lie will probably
"be through this week, and that
a full report of his work will
tie made. As be has proceed
ed, "irregularities" and "mis
constructions of the law" have
been discovered times altnott
without number. Humors have
crept abrotd of large misap
plications ot funds from the
County Treasury within the
past ten years. The examin
ers are now at work on the
"Road Bonds." It is generally
understood that the deficit
here is very large and that the
exact amount can never be as
certained. There is said to be
nothing to show how many of
these bonds are yet unpaid,
and that it is not certain that
the bonds falling due July first
will be paid promptly.
Ir is thought the worst of
tbe panic is over at Vienna.
The great Exposition has, so
far, been almost a failure. Un
less it picks op in the future it
will become an unmitigated
failure and a costly one at
that
MAcsmiE'S raid alter tbe
Kickapoos seems to have creat
ed a tremendous sensation
amonj tbe Texans. They are
raising a thousand dollar testi
monial for bim.
Asm. DicKiirsoar tells a
iriend who speaks right oat in
meeting, that Wbitelaw Keid
is a tpooney sort of a daudy,
dilletaate, without any brains
to speak or, and she is "engag
ed" to no such man not she!
Another Indian Outrage.
bAN Fbancisco, June C
News arrived this afternoon
that the Indian agent at San
Carlos, Major Larnabee had
some difficulty with the Ap
ptchef, when they undertook
to kill bim'with spears. He
ran to Lieutenant Alwy's tent,
and Almy with six soldiers,
went to the agency with him.
Tbey went intoLamabee's tent,
and Larnabee and Almy came
out of tbe tent, Almy in ad
vance, when the Apaches fired
on them. Almy received three
bullets, passing through bis
body, and fell dead without a
groan. Larnabee was untouch
ed, and retreated into the tent
Four of the six soldiers ran.
One of the two remained, and
was prevented by Conception,
the Mexican interpreter at the
agency. The Apaches fled
across the river instantly. It
is probable that many of them
have taken to the mountains.
A messenger to Governor
Saflbrd, who leit the Reserva
tion half an hour after the oc
currence, says a majority of
the Indians were on the Res
ervation when be left. Eske
Vonzia, a noted chief, had be
corae.angry with the agent sev
eral days previous, and left
San Carlos with bis band some
time before the murder by tbe
Indians. They fired about for
ty shots at Larnabee and Almy.
It has been thought for several
weeks past that an outbreak
was inevitable. Almy was
born in the State of Massachu
setts, and was promoted to First
Lieutenant of the Fifth cavalry,
April, 1860.
Fire, Riot, and bloodshed in
Dublin.
London, June 9. A dispatch
from Dublin says a great fire
is raging in that city. The
crowd, whoso object is plunder,
were interfering with the fire
men, and stoned them. A de
tachment of police were order
ed out to preserve order. The
latter charged on the mob,
wounding many. The Mayor
oi t&e vny was mc oy one oi
the stones. Intense excite
ment prevails in the vicinity,
and the scene during the
charge ot the troops was fear
ful. Property to the value of
100.000 has already been do
stroyed.
Mr. Solomon Otey, of Salem
Township, Meigs County, came
to his death on Saturday, May
24, from injuries received on
the previous day, in falling
from a hay-loft of his barn
while hunting eggs. Exactly
bow the accident occurred is
not known, a he was unable
to talk until a short time be
fore his death, and then could
give no intelligible account of
the affair, merely remarking
that he "slipped." Ilia age was
about 75 years. lie had been
a citizen of Salem for about 35
years. For quite a number of
years he has been a mail car
rier between Ilarrisonville and
Dexter, and was noted for his
punctuality. lie was born
near the Natural Bridge, m
Rockbridge county, Virginia.
Meigs County Telegraph.
Judge Wm. B. Thrall, of Co
lumbus, died at his residence
in that city on Saturday morn
ing at eight o'clock, after an
illness of about ten days with
diptheria, at the age of seventy-five
years. lie was former
ly editor of the Ohio State
Journal.
Oke oi the laws enacted by
the late Legislature is of some
importance to farmers who
have heretofore been annoyed
by hunters. This law makes
it necessary for sportsmen to
obtain tbe consent of tbe own
ers of lands before entering
upon them tor the purpose of
banting. ,
Onb ot the corpses picked
up at tbe Atlantic wreck bad
on a quilted vest, and in every
diamond of tbe quilting there
was a sovereign, being in all
about eighty, equal to 9409.
Thb Alexandria Palace, Lon
don, was destroyed by fire on
the 8lb. Loss, $3,000,000.
Thx subject of the exempt
ion from taxation of Church
properly and the property of
charitable institutions, is evi
dently to be pressed upon tbe
attention oi the Constitutional
Convention. On this subject
the Cleveland Herald remarks
as follows:
Our present Constitution
permits th Legislature to ex
etnpt certain properly used for
public worship and institutions
of puplic eharity, irom taxa
tion. And onr statute provides
that church property and char
itable institutions shall pay no
taxes. Under that clause in
the Constitution laws exist
which are so construed as to
exempt from taxation a large
amount of property that can
not be rightfully claimed as
being used solely for public
purposes. In fact immense
values of sectarian property
escape a tax under the gener
al sweeping character of relig
ious worship aad public char
ity.
Attention is year after year
more and more directed to this
great wrong towards taxpay
ers, and it has come to be so
serious an evil as to demand
a remedy. ' There is no good
reason why church property
should not pay a tax. But
were the exemption only ap
plied to church property, prop
erly so speaking that is to
property solely used for pur
poses of public religious wor
ship, the evil would not be
very serious. But it is well
known that all manner ot sec
tarian charities come under
the exemption. And that is
not right. In the case cf ele
gant churches why, of course,
those who build such edifices
are able io pay a tax, and up
on tbe ordinary class ot town
ship places of worship, the tax
would be a mere bagatelle.
We have no means of know
ing how much so-called church
property in Ohio is exempt
Irom taxation. But the amount
is enormous, and bo, long as
tnese institutions are not puu
lio institutions within the
broad significance of theten
they should pay their propor
tion of taxeo.
Thomas B. Newman, a Buf
falo miser, died in want, latt
week, leaving $250,000.
Thirty thousand prisoners of
war were recently put to death
by the sword, in China.
George L Klkinsmith, aged
80 years, died at Logan last
week.
Spain has completed the
creation of a new republic in
a legitimate manner, a Con
stituent Cortes, honestly elec
ted, having proclaimed it.
Mb. Beech er's salary as pas
tor of Plymouth Church was
$1,500 iu 1847, and is 20,000
now. The membership has in
creased in the same time from
21 to 3,300.
A squad ot Modoc captives in
transit to Camp Boyle were
set upon by a party of Oregon
volunteers, on the 9th, when
crossing Lost River, and mur
dered.
A Fire at Cincinnati, com
menced in the oil sheds of the
M. & C. R. R. last Sunday,
which destroyed about $175,
000 worth of property. Tbe
loss to the company is report
ed at $25,000.
IS
Thb epizootic has within the
past week again made its ap
pearance at several points East.
At Brooklyn, out of several
cases, two have proved fatal.
It is not at present apprehend
ed that the disease will assume
an epidemic form, but there is
yet sufficient reason to induce
caution and watchfulness on
the part of stock owners.
Mb. Babnett now runs .two
teams and makes connection
with all trains stopping at flic
Arthur 'station. Tue road im
now in pretty good condition,
tffanks to the personal exer
tions of Mr. Barnett in getting
the (supervisors with their
forces to ' work, besides a prr
Butial exneixliture lor extra la-
f i -"
bor of over thirty dollars.
Vinton County Stock Sales.
Tbe following live stock was
sold on Tuesday at the regular
monthly sale, ty Luther Bolen:
H. (Jibbs to F. M. Dowd, 1
cow, $25.
H. Gibbs to Benoni Ilixon, 8
bead of cottle at $20 per head,
$160; also one, at $18.
A. Rutherford to A. J.
Swaim, 3 three year-old steers,
at $31 per head, $93.
: A. Rutherford to 'Squire
Wortman, 3 yearlings, at $11,
$33.
By A. J. Swaim, auctioneer:
Benj. Newlun to John Lowry,
one cow and calf, $30.
, A number of .large cattle
were sold at private sale, prices
not reported.
Sales regularly second Tues
day oi each month.
J. P. DUNKLE, Sec'y.
,
The Trustees will offer lots in
the new. . cemetery for sale at
auction, Saturday, June 21st.
Under the new law the Trus
tees are authorized to make
warranty deeds for the lots
sold. A plat of the Cemetery
may be seen after the 16th by
calling upon Mr. Asburyllerk.
Wm. West, who has been
here a couple of weeks on a
visit, starts to bis home in Mis
souri to-day, accompanied by
his mother, who will hereafter
make that Slate her home.
Chillicothe (Jouncilmen are
to have copies of tValker's mu
nicipal laws of Ohio.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
S. F, CRAMER,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Uarnesa, Saddles,
lirldles, Halters,
Wblpa, Spurs, Trace
Chains, Hames, and all
Other Articles of Saddlery.
Mr friends and the pnolio generally re Invit.
a to Mil nod examine my stock aad pli
ces. I ml( good honest work, urn tho
best stock, ana soil l the very lowest prices.
REPAIRING
sad manufacturing don to order, and all
Work Warrantee) as Represented,
J. S. McCOMMON,
JEWELER ND SILVERSMITH,
Oppokito tba Emmltt House,
Shreckengaust's Old Stand,
CHULICOTHE, OHIO,
MiSOFACTCBER AMD DIALER IS
Fine Gold Jewelry.
Agent for
American and Foreign Watches.
Elfin Walcbe
D.a.w.
Howard
W.llliam "
Bprlngtleld '
V Y.
Sals ' ,
Kngllih
0 nu' Chain
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Opera
Cksttlln
Bath Thorns Clocks,
vYltanber "
Tarty "
Odd Sett
Diamond "
Pearl "
Jet '
Gurnet 11
Necklace 11
Bracels' "
Pins and Stud
C'nff Dutiona
Tumble
Hair Jewelry
BeclaclM
Bilter War
P'aled War
fine Cutlery
Agent for
1IA8IE & TODD'S ((IE PENS
A FULL LINE OF GOODS SUITABLE FOR
BBIDAL & BIRTHDAY PRESENTS
Goods made to order and repairing done by
careful workmen. No eatra charge for en.
grariog innda bought at thia establishment.
1 jao 1873 ly
C. J. BnUNGHURST,
PHOTOGRAPHER,
and dealer ia ill kind of
PICTURES,
ALBUMS
if1 :r, .a. im: :e s ,
PICTURE-CORD,
and
COPYING
carefully done, and the amalleat pio tare
enlarged to any aiie, and
Finished in Oil,
WATER COLORS,
or
INDIA INK,.
or ftoj othr itylc that may be desired, at tho
LOWEST RATES.
Lare mni tnely flnlahed Pbotoarrmpba
eaai be arcade fraaa old aad faded, mr
acrmteaea piciarea.
Pictures of all kinds framed to
Order,
and all work warranted to. gtre tatiabcUon.
Imay 1873 .
vtJlUPy,.rma f rkix people, of
e i.tnn: r Havl Aaenti whoIb.i! Ail
enhi-i x, una r oia, make moie money
M work li tie tr ifieir enore momenta, or all
be time, than aovibiug eli. Particulare free.
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WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON, HOUSTON & CO.
PROPRIETOES.
HAVING fllted up our marhinery in first
clan atyle, we are prepared to do
CARDING, SPINNING 4 WEAVING
on short notice and in the most workman
like manner. We have on han J and for sale
at our factory, a good supply of
WOOLEN GOODS,
Such n
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
which we wiil sell cheap
Tho Highest Market Price in Cash,
Paid for Wool.
HOUSTON, MLI.ON A CO,
8jun AHensrille, Vinton Co , O.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
IN pursuance of an order nf the Frohate
Court of Vin'on County, Ohio, 1 will otter
for al at publio auction, oa the
5th DAY OF JULY. 1873,
at 2 o'clock, P. St., at tho Court Bouse at
M ' A. n T II TJ R
the following described red estate situate in
said eounly, via.:
One piece or parcel of land, being part mld
Hi Morth-aaat quarter of aeuiion tliir v-ili, ee
(3:1) tuwnxhip eleven, (II) range seventeen.
(17) containing Herenlr-six acres more or leaa
am) appraineo: at lio.
And one other piece or parcel ot land, being
the north wrrtqusrtei of ihe north-east quar
ter olnection number thirty-four, (31) town
snip eleven, (H) langa seven leen, (17)excepi
Inn two and a hslf acres in Ihe souih.eaat
corner; containing thirlv nine acres more or
lees, and apraised at 720.
TERMS OF SALE :
One-third in hand, one'thiri In one year,
and one-third in two rears from the day oi
tale, with interest. 'I lie payments to be se
cured by mortgage on the , remises sol. I.
LEVI WYMAN,
Administrator, with the will annexed, of
John Wyman, deceased,
June 6, 1873.
A GREAT OFFER WSStZZir.
481 liioadwmj. N. will diepose ol lot'
Pianos ana organs of Hratclss makers, in
cuding Waters', at extremely low prices for
cash, or part oh, and balance In small
monthly pa) ments, New 7-oclave Drat cIhhs
Pianos, all modern improvements, lor 276
ca-h. Organs f&6, $74, $110; 8 lop.$12n,nd
upwards.
WATERS' C0WCERT0 PARI0R
ORGANS
arr the most be sutilul in atyle and perfect n
tone ever made. The Concerto Slop is the
best ever placed in any organ It ia produced
by a third set of reeds peculiarly voiced, the
ellect of which is most charming and soul
stirrinir, whilst its imitation ol the human
voice is superb. Terms liberal, llluaiiated
catalogue mailed for one sum p. A iibersj
discount to ministers, churches, hominy
schools, lodges, etc. AtiENTd WANTED.
Wholesale Agents foj Ohio and Indiana.
SMITH'S AMEEI0AN ORGANS.
XMGmOTOIlGY$,
LEALEKS 8UPPLIED AT MANUFAC
Tl KEKt' PRIOiCS. Cstalogue sent free
J. K. UARsm A CU.,Colunibus,Onio.
WANTED.
General and local agents,
or tne Bart ram Hewing
- Machine made at In
bunr.C'oin. The stillest,
huteat and easiest loi-a
stitcn, straight needle
machine in Ihe market
We jive net er terms than
any other company Ad-
dress JOHN A.DODGE,
Ora'l ATt Daabam Conn.
ALL ACE & COMPANY'S
CIIEAiM-TaBLE chocolate.
No boiling necessary. A cup ui delicions
chocolate made with it In two minnte". No
waste. Packed in pound jars. Vanilla or
plain. One do, in box. Unequa'ed as a con
fection foi lunch, apread on cracker, with a
glass of milk at hand to drink For making
sod water syrup or flavoring ice cream it is
superior to any chocolate mane; and for
choco'ste cake, nothing else will be nsed
where thia has been tried. For sale by J. T.
WABKEN A CO., Cincinnati, O.
EXCELSIOR OILS
Steam Refined lubricating and machine oils:
Carbon and hig.i teat bnrning oils. 8htnped
to any part ol the t'nitec Plates in halt or
barrel packages: Qnslitv of oils superior to
any heretofore placed on the maiket. Send
your orders, or send for circular and price
list. Leenl agents wan'ed in every "oun'v,
good pay guaranteed. AHdresa P.XCEI.BIOR
LUBRICATING OIL WORKS, Freedom, Bea
ver Co.. Pens.
Write tor a price list to I. n. JOHNSOJf.
GREAT WESTERN GUN
WORKS
1T9 "mithfleld at , Pittsnnrgh. pa;
Breech loading shot guna. Ito to . Don.
Me gun. 18 to $11. fingle guns. 3 to 2l.
Hides. 8 to 15 Revolvers, to In (25. P a
t4.lt, Jl to 18. fun nstensl, Kshifg tackle,
e XirfM diicunntt le lrr or chtm. army
guns, revolvers, etc . bnpght nr trtdeH for.
Good, sent by express. C. O. D. fo be exam
ia ed before paid for.
CANCERS.
Perrosnn'l eiird tr -lrtreM"ng t'r W C.
r.itnON. No 41 W. .I. Her on l , lnirile.
Ry. Cnpi a of hia Journal 'can hertMairied
free ol charge, giving mode f treatment and
a lirg lilt of mi eured. Ioclot stamp.
a J ' m
Dr. G. L. G0RSLENE,
PHYSICIAN
HAMDEN, OHIO.
All call promptly attended to by day or
night. 9'T
NOTICE
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
NOTfJE'ia herebv given ihatasjaled propo
sals -ail I be received at the
AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
m'ar'thur
Vinton County, Ohio,
Until .
3 O'CLOCK 3?.
-ON-
Monday, the 23d Day of Jane, 1873,
for the building of
Two Open Bos Bridges
with stone abutments, at Ihe following place,
to wit:
One Across Cassill ISuu
in Knox township, near the residence ot Wil
liam Stanley and
One Across Flat Run,
near the residence ot Levi Robinett. Con
tractors to furoiah all Ih materials.
Plans and Specifications
are on Ale for inspection at lie Auditor's Of
fice. All biddera lor contrite tor contracts are
required to file with his bid or bids, a bond in
double the amour t of such bid or bids, wi'h
good and responsible surely or sureties, to
tne acceptance of tho Commissioner for Ihe
(aillitnl completion of s'ich woiK.
The Commissioners, however, reserve the
right to reject any or all bids.
by order of tue Commissioners.
W. W. BELFORD.
Auditor of Vinton County.
May29,in?3. w
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
offering at lowest pri"
ce3 a full stock of all
kinds of
FDRNITDIIE,
suited to this market.
I will manufacture
to order anything de
sired in my line.
A full stock of Cof
fins and Burial Gases
always on hand. Will
attend funerals with
hearse when desired.
PARIS IIOKTOIV,
Corner of High and Loourt Streets,
McARTHUR, O.
7 marl 87'.
Thei Favorite Fine-Cut
I-'HE-'Chewers' Choice, Is now taking the
. lead ol all other Union's. Hright in color,
pleasant in taste, tough and lastmi; in chew,
this tobacco possesses every qimlity to suit
chewers, and sella by the Id-pound bucket
fully 10c cheaper per pound, than any other
brand of the same grade and perhaps less
quality. Iial buckets nf this celebrated brand
have been sold In Chillicothe alone within
the Inst Iwo months, and trade still increas.
lug. -Try It" HCHEOER k KKAMKH
Chillicothe, Ohio, are the Msnufiictureri'
agents and sell at lowest Factory Prices.
22may 1871
S. T. BOCGESS
KESIDU .T DU. 1ST,
Jackson, C. H., Ohio.
Can at all time be found atjii office.
TKhTH FX 'I It AJTK.p
Absolutely wi'hout psin. snd with perfect
aalsn, by the us j of
LAUGHING GAS.
Kmay 1873. '
1,000
AGENTS WANTED
To sell our.new book, now ready
THE REBEL GENERAL'S
LOYAL BRIDE,
A true picture of scenes In the late civil war.
bend stamp for circular.
W. J. IIOI.LAD Ac CO.,
Epritigfleld, Masa .or Chicago, 111.
Dissolution of Copart
nership. NOTICE I hereby given that the copart
nership heretofore existing between N.
kichmond and J. 8. Huhn. under Ihe firm,
name of Richmond A Huhn was dissolved on
the Mh day of May, 1873, by mutual couaent.
All business pertainl gto Ihe late firm will
lie settled by i.e.. Huhn. who remains at the
old stand, All persona knowins themselves
indebted to said firm are hereby nolined to
call upon him and settle their account. All
accounts not settled on or before the 1st dav
July, 1873 will be promptly put in the way of
collection.
p.
RICHMOND.
4. 8. HUUN.
The undersigned would ask a continuation
of that liberal patronage her tofore given. 1
will sell low lorsaiA, hut I will keep no books.
Bo do not ask tor csio t. J. B. HUH ft.
May 14, 1873. 3W
FA It III FOR VILE.
yrsiHE Jennings Frm,
. or Hamdea, edioininf
farm of Hon. T M. Hev.
-
eoiiiainin 180 acres, l:w seres in graeaaud
nalance in iirnner. A new two-story frame
hon-, barn, smoke honse and other nereeaa
ry nulhnne are among ihe improvements.
T he 'arm lies well, ia well w iiere.1, feneinA
and everything einnei.ed wilh it in gnn re
fair. For further iniormsiioii inqiireof.
ieep R. 8. WILCOX Himdes, Ohi.
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JUmj Goods , f
MAY 8th, 1873. J
warn
Paint and Second Street
CHILLICOTHE, O., -
In anw reel nng tha largest snd most attract
it stock h has ever opened.
Especial Attention
13
Invited to his Superior Asortment v
OF
DRESS GOODS,
m
New Fabric and Beautiful Style.
In His Department
ON
SECOND STREET,
19 OFKRREI)
A large Stock of Hosiery ft Glorea.
LACE SAQTJES and LACE POINTS
LADIES' and GENTS' KID GLOVES
PAEASOLSand CORSETS
LaceGoods and Embroideries
CARP KTING-
Ja new Patlerns
OHCIotliS.Rufraand Matting
AT CINCINNATI PPICE3.
B. B. B.HABT.
SHEIUFFS S.JLE.
State of Ohio, Vinton County.
Mayo, DuIIadway & Mayo, Plaintiffe,
against
Abram Wilber, DofenJant m
ITT TIVTOX rOCKTT rouRT or
CUMJIOM lLEAHOUDER OV MALE
PURSUANT to the command of an order of
ale issued from Ihe Court of Common
I'leas of Vinton Countv. anil to me directed
as PhenPor satd County, I will offer for sale
in front of the Court t)ouse In th towu of
HoArthur.Vinton Count, Ohio, on
Monday, 16th day of June, 1873
at the hour of one o'clock, P. M. of asid day
the following described lunda and tenement
to wit: Commencing at the north went corner,
of the north east une-hnlf of the oorth-esst
quarter or section No. 3d, township No. 10,
of range No 17, thence running oulh within
two rods of Josiah Wilher's House, I hence east
to th Marietta . Ciacinnali Kanroad, thence
running north-eatarty to ihe south west cor
ner ot Bndgi t White's lot, thence due north
to Ihe section line.tlience due wet to the place
of beginmnv, containing Iwo acres, more or
less, with all of the privileges and appurten
ances thereunto belonging, being the same
Cropert sold bjr Abraru Wilber to ttebastian.
oel
Appraised at thirteen hundred (1,300) dol
lars and must bung two-thirds cfthnt sum.
To be sold as the propeitv of Abram Wither
to mtisfv sn order of sale, issued from th
Court nrOonimon Pleas laia.or of M ayo, lm
H idway a Alaro.
TRM OF BALE.-Cash in hand on day of
snle. ,
CIEOROE KALKB,
bhentt Vinton County.
J. M. McOituvaAT, Atl,'J for pl'tff.
May 14, 1873. , Sw
JOHN M. GCEHNER,.
DEALER IN
Italian and Vermont Marble)
AND
SCOTCH GIUXITE MOXlMEXTCi
ALL KINDS OK
GRAVE-YARD WORK:
Neatly and promptly executed.
Mulberry St.,bet'n Second ftWaterr
.Chillicothe. Ohio.
1 superintend all my own work in person
I execute all the finer deaigns, use the best
material, end csn lot he unileisolrt. Perebn ,
wishing any work io my line are invited to- i
examine work, stock and price, before mak- '
lot contracts. i
I personally siipeilntend Ihe careful setting
up of atonis and monument bought at my' ,
eslatlisnment. 1
B hiivinji at this shop yon will save from
to to per ceut, paid to an nit, XtsprTV I
ffllffl,
8 M AIDEIM LANE,
IMPORTER
AND DEALER IN
Foreign and American
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
Watch Materials,
Watch Makers'
Tools, Etc.
eid M atch Cac aaal i Oaltl aaa Silver
aeaajbt. e
ORDERS SOLICITED.
aprlT
The Best and Cheapest
WRITING. INSTRUMENT
13 09K0F ' .
JOHN HOLLAND'S
GOLD PENS. v
Circulars Sent Free,
GOLD PENS EEPABED. g
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