V -THAT WHICH IS
HINT AND PROSPER
J. P. TO WELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offer to the Merchants and Furnaoe
fee, of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the Kt farorable. laeptly
N. J. BOWERS,
Mc Arthur, Ohio.
Particular atteution given to the treatment
fine natural teetn.
WYE & MACKEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 PAINT &THET.
INVITE lh attention of merchants and ftio
uaueinen to lh large eloi-kof Ihe above ar
t via ju.t received. We will veil al I .e vety
lowiat Bxurra to Ihe trade. Order solicited
and promptly attended -o. MUl
Notice to Teachers.
TIIE BOAKD' or School Examiners
for Vinton Count; will meet ut the
Union School House, In McArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of March,
April, May, September, October and
November; and the let Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Au'
gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
cases. A fee of 50 ceuts is required
by law from each applicant
M. It. ISAlt.NESCVn
L. O.PKKL'UE, CTk,
Howard Sanitary Aid Association.
far the Relief and Cure ol the Erring and Unfortunate
on Hriticiplaaof Chrialian
Kiiuys on tli Error of Youth, and the fol
Ilea of Ax. In relation to Marriage and Souial
XviU, wilh eaniuiy aid for the afflicted
tent free, ill aealeJ envelope. A'Mreita,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, box, Pl.:'visl
phia, I'a. .
T) EG HI. A K Meetingnorthi bn
Imnmnmeiit will hereafter he
fSlield on Ihe m-couiI nml hint
Wednesday cvcuiiiga of each
tenth. pHtnan-lia m oilier eiii-iiiiipiiieiits
wrhnniaybe timing out .own nre invite'! to
kttend. . PAKlaliUUTUNU.i'.
Juiia T. Rapir, 8.
, AteArtbltr, r-'eb'r 17. 1870.
The Favorite Fine-Cut
ri'MIB-'C.heware' Cliou-e, Is now taking ihe
I lead ol
rleaMDt in inrtfe. toi,gh and iMi-inif in elievv,
li'it tobacco pum-es-ea every qunliiy lo auit
enewera, and veil liy ,th lu nu nJ bucket
fully luc nheiiper iierpmiud, ilmu anynilipr
Brand of 'the -eaino grade aiifl perlHiw leia
qilKlllr. lull Htwkela ol Una i-eleliiiiied hrnnd
hare been aobl in rhillicothe nlone within
the IukI iwo month., ami lm'li Mill incrtma.
tug. Try It" HL'lljBKrKK A KKA.MKK
Jhillicoih, Olnn, ar- the Manufacturers'
lent and eell ut lowiet Factor) t'nee.
mini. V IH7:t
; PROiPKIE ORS.
HAVINU flitfd up our maohiner.v in first
l1tyle, we are prepnroil to do
CARDING, SPINNING & WEAVING
ooi-liort nolit-e nod lu the uiOot worMr-an-lik-ernanner.
Wr have on linn ;l ml tor Bale
ai our uciory.a h'iou supui) oi. T
"W O O ii E IV O fi 'V
. . , . , Such at ' ' J
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &c,
wliloh we wlil aell cheup
Tke Highest Market Price in Gash,
" Pid for Wool. -
(Ma - AMenaville, Viniou C TO.
SALE OF EEAL ESTATE
By Order . uf. Hie. Probate.
C Start, Vinton touuty,o,
ON -tho-SAtn day. of January, 1874, at
o'clock iri the Mfternoon, at tile door Che
Conrtboiie,io Jie.iowa of Mc,'Arihur,' will be
fold to- th hiKiiwt bxUer. The following
real eetata aadie iiroiierty ol AOram t. Hun-
terr deceaieed, to wtti one nnmvnled tenth'
part nrwe aOuth-eaM'qnarter or m- folith
weatqaarter of aeoliou imeniy-eight, (28) ih
north half of the norih-weat quarter ol Mwtion
lh1rly7lfcri,,(;t.V) and thinortl-ea4 ,qu:iiter
of tllenlrth'eii.lqimrler OTrtction Ih.rtv-lwo;
(M).fpt ma acretJomt ol thb-roiiih-woat
roriiu of aaid iaat ileacrib d tract all of Mid
laadaJyiSg'aiM beinx in loarni-hip eleven, (1 1
ol range aevenleen (17) coulainiDg one hun.
dred and aizty-lwo (162) arrea, more or leva
Ihe aaid on hundred and sixty-two arret hav-.
inf itearended to enid decedent,' A brum L
Hiinter ant (ila co-hira froin.lheir lathe-;
John Hunter, deceaaad, and being aubjejt to
the dowrr of the "aid SiarHh Hunter, widow
the aaid John Hunter, and one of the de:cnd
arita herein.' Appraioedal three hundred and
eiMT-aeven- dollars and Inirly-bve centa.
(:iT.3T-- ' -,
TGUMSOfSALR Cnxhin hand. "'
' KBBEOOA J. UU.NTER,
Admlolatratna ol Abram L. Uuoter. de-
11. C. Joaia, Attorney, - 23desiv
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
WE have parohated and fitted up the
above mills and aojtcit the trade oj the
(armeraoMhliV-ciBlly. ' '
i ' "
Bpeclal altentioa given to
And eare given to pleaae all enetoinera. Mr.
A. A. C'OZZENS, an ezpenenced miller, tiaa
charge of the mill, and will not rail to deal
fairly and give general tatitfaction.
Flour; Heal nd Feed
On band anl for aaleat
XpfTEST MARKET rOICES.
THE VINTON RECORD.
Offlolsl Orpin of Vinton County.
Ah Episcopal prayer book
belonging to Miss Johanna Da
vis was picked up. on the street
last Thursday, every page ot
which had been cat and mu
tilated by some malicious per
son. We leirn that a number
of thebymn books belonging
to the Christian and Method
ist churchea have been muti
lated in the same manner.' We
do not see what animates the
fiends who have stooped : to
such contemptible work, nor
what puniehmert could be .J.
equate to such a crime; but
the parties engaged in it can
rest assured that if they are
detected they will get the lull
benefit of the law.
A pleasant little dancing
party met at Capt Jones' resi
dence last Friday evening, and
the hoste3s was made the re
cipient of a handsome present
on ihe part of the dancers
the large show doll (as large
as a four or fiveyears old child)
which the large and small have
admired so much at Sisson s
eversinceold Knas commenced
gathering in his last 8to :K of
toys. The occasiou was much
enjoyed by those who partici
pated. Just now when persons are
casting about ior something
to read for the coining year,
we wish to remind them that
the Obio State Journal, Oolum
bus, is the foremost paper of
the Stale for Stale news, and
ih altogether a ret'-hot, reada
ble and reliable Republican
paper. We will send the Rec
ord mid Stale Journal one year
Tin: re will be a temperance
ma6 meeting of the friends of
the lemperance reform move
meiu held in the M. E. Church,
Tuesday evening, January 27ih,
for the putpose t.f suggesting
and adopting measures, for the
suppression of intemperance in
our midsir. Let all ihe friends
oi this good work b present.
By an united effort the peo
ple of the vicinity of Locust
Grove can get a postt flice in
that locality. Now, is the' time
for them to push Ihe matter
They ought to have the office,
and we believe can get it by
uniting in the effort now being
The election lor directors of
Ihe G., McA. 61 O R. R. took
place yesterday. We have no
returns at the time of goinir to
press. The news is looRed for
with considerable interest, but
it is generally believed lhal
Board favoring Mr. Langley
will be re elected.
We learn , I hat Mr. Robert
Thompson. Manager of the Zi
leeki (Jnropany, is giving gen
eral r-atisfaclibn, both ' lo the
people of the town and the
compart. The company .was
never betjler managed or more
prosperous financially. '
The , Young Men's Chris) in
AspqciaUon 'hasbeen. rf'lteipt
ing to organize a tempi'rance
movement on the Washington
and Hillsboroiilan. 'They spe'nf
o much time praying that thev
were out of wind before, they
got into action. ; :j . .,'
Lafavette Raynob was 1 ar
rested k one day last week for
takingone'of the fire ladders
off of the whgon,,to use in re
pairing the Court House. The
Mayor let him off with a repri
marid. . 'iold him to go and sin
no more.' -
Tbk railrbad company has
done a good thing for Ihe east
end of Maitt fSr, . by filling it 'hp
at the hollow near the grave
yard, with waste rock from tha
cue near J Mr. Ctiarles. Brown's
. The M. & C. II Ii. has com
pleted the cut at Norwood re
ducing the grade from 95 to 20
feet to the mile. A double
track s nearly completed from
that place to CinoinnatL1 1 . ;
Transfers of Real Estate.
Elisha B. Ureene to Key
stone Furnace Oo, quit claim,
518 acres, Wilkesville town-,
hip, 15.180. -.
James Stocks to Jesse Ray,
40 acres. Eagle tp.,225. ,
A. Ii. Turvey to Noab and
Thos." Dearth, 168 acres, Darn-
son tp., 850.
Ztleski Company to Mary
Days, in lot 46, Zaleski, 750.
L. W. McKinniss to Michael
Ealb, 4 29-100 acres, Clinton
Martha Hawk to Trustees of
Suowhill Church, church site,
Wilkesville tp, $25.
John Seal to Thos. 6. DayiB,
62-100 acre. Elk tp., $62.
Nelson Lee to 8. W. Apple
man, in-lots 25 and 26, Alt.
Benson Dunkle to C. W.
tlutson, 3 acres, Swan town
Hiram Clay to John Clay, 50
acres, Eagle tp , $300.
J. P. Dunkle to Simeon Vest,
70 acres, Swan tp.v$800.
Wm. B. Duncan to Robert
Fitzpatrink, 160 acres, Vinton
Out of the nuisances oi our
present laws in Ohio is that
couacilmen are allowed no pay
for their services. The conse
quence is that it is almost im
possible to get a quorum to
geiher. They probably feel
that they are not called upon
to neglect their private busi
ness to work for the public for
nothing, unless it happens to be
convenient, and our impression
is (h it they are about , sight.
We believe in paying officers
lair price and then compelling
thjm to do their duty.
Copeland & Grandstaff are
still making people happy and
contented by cleaning their
feather beds. Not only do
they clean the feathers, thus
making them healthy, but the
process adds about one fourth
to the bulk by livening them
up. Those wishing- Iheir beds
renovated should call immedi
ately as they will remain here
but a short time. '
In tlje trial involving the ie
gality of ihe proceedings for
new road by the valley from
here to McArlhur Station, last
Saturday, the Probate Court
held that the proceedings were
The freight business on the
M. & O. R. R. has increased
very rapidly during the lust
month, showing that the busi
ness of the country has out
generaled the panic.
From January 1st, the fce
for registering a letter mailed
at any postoffice in the United
States is eight, cents, in addi
tion to the regular letter post-
The town council was to have
met on Wedne.-day night o
las', week, but failed for want
of a quorum. They are after
persons who ride or drive on
The ladies are discussing the
temperance mbveme'nt. They
have 'had several meetings,
and'1 we' learn have about de
termlned '0 coin'mence, active
Btrr a small quantity of ice
has been secured for the 'com
ing 'season Some work was
done at it last week but I be
sudden change in the weather
,1 - .1,-.'.,. ...
stopped operations, y . i( .,
Vint. DobQa has moved
Delaware, county , and is en
gaged ' in the dry goods busi
ness: ' '.
Fibms which have advertiHed
largely have made the least
complaint about hard times.
I There's mud enough in Yin
ton county to float the Great
Eastern,;, 1 ,t. . ,:- -. ;
I Work 'is progressing on the
railroad 1 as rapidly as. the
weather will permit
: Tbk delinquent tax pale took
place on Tuesday. The bid
ding was unusually ao'ive',!
j f '
I AdTerrUcBf Its iaatrtf ti& (Tie
. Tbb following is the relative
lor Ih. monu. .nding J.n. 16,
Anna. McKtnnls ......:....... .WW
Aunnda Funck w
Mumlff Carraccl .. -V9
Clara Watklns 88
Mary Thomas ;
Hattie Cramer w
Annie Norrls ?
Fannie Johnson. .
Clara Paine -88
Orpha McKlnnls.. ... 95
Mami Bundv 90
John Hoffhlne . .99
Alvln Mr-Klunia .99
Homer Robbins 95i
Uujth Cameron... S
Alanon Kobblns 95
Willie Paine ......93
Ilonrv Henderson , 88
A. W.IKrlebel 5
George Smith 85
Transfers of Real Estate. R. M. STEELE, Principal.
THB Short Line railroad nOW
1UB uuuia iiiua '"'
In TtrAoen rf rnnRtrilCtinn I
from Warren OtallOn, in lult
COUnty, lo Frkersburg, Va., Is
destined , tO be Of great ad
vantaee to through passengers
on the great Trunk Line for
Baltimore and he east, as well
will cut off nearly one fourth
the distance between Athens
and f'arkerburg, and must con-
sequentlv be a great saving in
At - I I -J I n,tl I ll.'.'ll
Utile, OtJNIUfB IV wilt IUII W'lUII
, ,1 .111
a mUCI) more level -Country,
and will thus avoid many ex-
pensive and dangerous trestles.
Hi. j; J cm: 1
ine prauiug unu iinnig ia nuw
rapidly going on and it is sup
posed that they will be able
to commence laying the rails
The Ross County Horticultu
ral Society, by a majority vote
has declared the following to
be the ten varieties of apples
best suited for winter use in
this locality, ranging in the or
der named : 1st, White Pippin;
2ft. Smith's L'ldpr: 3d. Ka dwin:
- 1 1 -
4th, Rome Beauty; 5th, Millars;
6in. IVinesap; 7ih, Roxbnry
Russet; 8th, Canada Red; 9lh,
Newton bnitzennurLt lUin.
Ross County Register.
Death of the Siamese Twins.
A special Irom Richmond
makes the ennouncement of
the sudden death of Ihe cele
brated Siamese Twins, Stitir
day morning, the 17ih at their
residence at Mount Very, N. C.
Eng. on being informel of his
death, ratad 'wildly for about
two hours, and died.
TO THE LADIES OF HAMDEN
AND VINTON COUNTY, OHIO:
I would respectfully announce tbfttl
have opened u iVete Millinery Store, in
the mom Jnreiy occupied djt Mr. Jiur-
teushaw in litimden. UI110.
Meni-hinn I'rtuitinn anil Colnrina
done to ordtr! Trimmed God'ds ktpt
in stock, combining tbe very Latent
and Best blult.
1 am prepared from experience to
give entire satinatliou in tlie Jiuaiiiem
01 Mantua Making.
All cutting dune to order and a fit
warranted in all instances, or the goods
will be paid fur.
Bv' impartiality and strict atnition
in IJusiucis I .shall endeavor to pleaae
all customers, and will bo very thank
ful for' all the patronage txttnded me,
MRS. LIZZIE NORRIS.
DIED nt her residence neir Allcris-
vflle, Vinton county; Ohio on the 30th
of December. 1873, Sasah A ;RANBfB -
joj .. . W uionuts anu6
8I18 Was born1 In Ouernf-y conJity
Ohio, thefiath of February 1819, nnd
Jolucd , thn., JlIeJOiBt Eylcnjttil
church In 184j5, liylng a consistent
nnd 'Idled ' a triumphant!
denth. "hWA leT nhiifbitnd and ontfl
Flour; peVsacK.' .. ' f 2.00
Corn ileal per bush,.. k-.i.".C0
Corn , 60
Oats ........... . I. .. 40
PotatOAd LiuJ. .'ri".;..a.. 60(375
Dried Apples,. ..
Dried Peaches ...
Tluiothy Seed,, per bushi 3,253Qf
Uliiver .... goo
Ontoitr ' ' .'' - " .75
Hay V ton . , 12.00al5.00
IIams.coantrr. :..'..... '. .12$
. nirarured.-..irf...i.'.4ii; 4.15
Smoked Sides .10
. " .15
Lard .:'!.....:. ..i.
Tallow, ; en
Hocking dalt per bbl.. . . J. .
foffee Sugar.... ;..
Tellow C , ,
New Orleans Molasses.....
Sorghum '., i,'
.80a 1. 00
.. ,15a 20
.02 a 03
Star (Utndres, per IbJ...
Tallow - 1. ....
t'oHp. country per lb...,
Feathers . u .. ..i..t.
foal, per bus
Sogs, 4reaMd.........lJ0 a 100
Vinton County, Ohio,
a O'CLOCK, f .
Monday, January 26, 1874.
for the building of
Oai Covaaaa Baioot wm Stoaa Aidtiuts,
B m Raeeoon. Creek. In Nadnon town-
hip, at the eroaamx of the Zaleki and Pajk-
ard Mill roaa, near me r.aieau oram
One Covered Bridse with Stone Abalmenta,
Aeroaa Biff Sand Run in Brown town'bip,
near the reaidtnc of If aao Keelon
Plans and Specifications
are on file tor inspection at Ira Auditor' Of
fice. And tne v-oumy uommivaiouera uu
Proposals on Any Other Plan
.Than thoaa on Sle at ihe Audito r'a Office, at
the option or bidden: but propoaaie on oiner
plana are requirea w do c:-oinpinu w,,h
i.I. m and auapiArationa. Mtlinff forth the
number ot apana, Ihe Itaglh of each, the na
ture, quality and aiae of Ihe niaieriaia to he
tinn oruitnnt. the atreniith
..rih. and iiM.rairiirlura. and hI.o.
hthr th.ra i .n i.utent naht 00 the pro-
lh.whna. All nroDo-wlamuatbeacoompan-
The Commiaioner." however, reaervethe
By order of the commiaionra.
Auditor or Vioton county.
j0 the stocKholiert of the GalUpolii,
UcArthurdi uiumbm nauroaa co.:
nerooy iiru wmi .,.,..,.,.-.
election of .even (7) (Urn-Cora for .aid
railroad compan: will be htld in Oallipolia,
nmnm . , I I L. -. IL.
0 , 0
Wednesday January 21. 1874
Commencing at nine (9) o'clock in the fores
noon anu cubing ai lour ij o a.oc. in iuv mi
loon oreaidtilat day ot January, i7t.
Secretary of the Gallipolit, HuArthnr, A Col-
umou" Kanpiaa i-oinpany.
December H, 1873.
Valuable Tavern Stand
ITTISHINU to retire frm buaineaa I offer
I T for aale my tavern aund known a the
Baughman House, Zaleskl.j
This hours is doing a good buaineaa, is
w a mm m fntt-rt TtnrtAm
a iu int. vlcui,
Principal Hotel In Zaleski.
I It la almeat new. haa lately been Improved
and reHtlfld ihroushoui. ha nil modem im
provemenla, and good ataliling aufflcient
I ... .nnrnmnil.!. t.l.M mn nf Ollllli.m tf
hotiae. The houwi, atal-le, Airnilure, and ev
erything in complete -hai-efor a man lotnke
rtghChold, wiil be aold, ai a bargain, and
libera- pnymenla. 'loany man who u iimr
In nils the hotel buaineaa, thia la an opportu
nity aeliiom ottered, aa tlje houae ia making
nig money on ir.e aniouni iiivet-teu. 11 .ny
man wianea 10 otiy lei mm can on me, enu
will soojeonvinue him that there ia money
lu it. WM. 11 A Hi 11 31 AS,
Juaept ialeakl, onto
u AND GENT'S
MINE A R'S
ll AT STORE
Choice Winter Apples.
Assorted Var etes,
HENRY J. BAILEY'S
,hjq, 'n Jfan gtreet, Kear Paint,
uf-Ordera promptly filled.
' State of Ohio. Vinton County).
Will, Brown Tco.i.Plaih'lifls,
A. C. Dowd.et aL Defendants.
iw' VtwTOjr t'ovHTY rornr
tOMMO.M FLEAM OBDER Of SALE
TJURSUAffTto ihe command of an oder
JL aale leaned Irom the rourt or Cnmmon
I'leaaof vintnn Gnty, and to me directed
1 aa fihertfof eaid County, 1 rill otter for
1 in troni 01 ine uourt uoure in ine iowu
McArthur. Vinton County, Ohio, on
Saturday, the 24th Bay,of January,
t - A. D. 1874,
at the hour of 1 o'clock. P. M., of laid day.
lullowihe dwribed land, .no lenementa, to-wit;
Airaiaed ai one bond red ($100) dollar.,
aiiiat bring two-thirds ollbitt turn.
To be aold aa the niert of A O Bowd, et.
to eallafy n order of -ale, inned from the Court
of Ooaimou Plw is Ctvor of Will. Bnmn tt
TUOlHor SALE.-OMh in hand on day
, . "' GEORGE KALER,
bherilt Vinton County.
RnataO. Jonn Att'y foi Hal US.
Thanday Deo. M, 167. ' - J t-w
HO. JONEB, Admiaiatratoror theeaMte
.of Maria B Jonee, rieceaaed hia filed
aeconnta and voucher, for final settlement,
and (he kame will he frir hmriox 00 Ihe
day of January, 1874. at 10olo,k A. M.
H. H MAYO, Probate Judge.
December 25, 1K73. ii
jvCi.'-. .'o': '.'!-' :i
SCALES FOR SALE
CTOCK and Ore Scelee aa good a new,
kjaaie 41 very low rv. uati on
m. m. JViM Attorney.
Off A PROPT . A M
H I 1 M A S -A
THE BRICK $2 ORE,
AIL m H KM,
Will keep on hand throughout the
Articles of Comfort Utility and 0rnament,'
which I will sell lower than can be obtained .
elfiftwTlPrA in VintfiTl fSflllTltv.
CXBO WUCIC 111 V1UIUU liUlUlbjfl
Examine mT stock and prices before
IFTOU "WOULD CONSULT YOUB
LOOK AT THIS OFFER,
25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On all Styles for Cash!
WB OFFER NONE BUT TUB
BEST INSTRUMENTS MACEi
$100 organ for.
400 piano "
800 " "
600 " 4-.f.
mlnlatera, Churches and Hnbbalh
Sclioola furnished at wholeaale rates.
ill. It. I! AliAES,
High St., two doors went of Mar'tot)
.. i '
A TTflN 1 RTAT
M I , J K'
present rear a large and veil aMortei
FINE GROCERIES, "l
And a thousand other : i ' .
THOS. A. mellor;
WD BS:iL P
Ileafloa; School Houses,
Churcbcs, Lodge Rooms,
Court Ilouaea and
Ills cleanly, it ia economical; it ia health-.
Inl. It keepa up a perlm-t circulation of air.
trarmtnK oil part. 01 tlie room alike, ll took
I lie fln-t premium over all competttora at Ihe
Vienna bapomiiun. Ciroula -aand pntn'.ilileW
containing engravingnaml full partiin I hi llir
ninhed 011 applii'ition, or one 01 the .lovea
may be teen 111 operation at my More. You
are invited lo cull, and aee for joiToelves.
No. 9, Main St,,
Sole agent for Vinton and Rona count! ea, and
dealer in all the moat approved Conk inn ai d
H rating btovea, House Furoixhing tioo-la,
and manulaetnreror all icinrt. nf 'l'm.tfh. et
Iron and 'Copper Ware-. OrUtra from ihe
country lor Hpoutio, Hoolilin, etc.-, will al-ways-reteive
liitouisne- - - - - "r
' J. S. McCOMMOJN,
Opposite the Eramitt Douse,
Shreckeigauat's Old Stand,
VAUFACTURER AVO DEALER
' - . -.. ...
Fino Gold Jewelry.
. Axentt for (
American and Foreign. Watehes.
Klgla Watches .
W.Hhain . .
6wUe . "
Setb Tbooaa Cluck.,
0 Id 8lt ' .
Pin. .nil Stuih
Fiber Ware i
W.trd W.ra .
1 In. Cutlery
1I.IBIE & TODD'S CfllD KXS.
A rVth LINE Ot ROODS 8UITABLB FOR
- - HOLIDAY -BEIDAL
k BIBTHD AY PEZSEUTS
Gooda mads lo order an-l repairing done by
careful workmen. No erraehargw lor en
gtarirg good bought tt tbis eiUbliahmeou
JjllBTB ;.i.-..,:. .a
I have just, manu
offering at lowest pri'-i
ces a full stock of al
suited to this markets
I will manufacture,
to order anything di
sired in my line, , , v l
; A; full tg'oiMZ
fins and Bu'rial Caea1
always on liai" tjlr
attend funerals -w
hearse when desired
VU1UOJ V AXIU aUM XJUUUdl Bblt.nt.OJ
Notice to Hunters.
OTICE ;a hereby s"1! fhafJ'nlf iersrVI
Xl are lot-bidden to hunt or .boot 011 lh
premiiiea of the iinHen-ianerl. An hot BeetJ."
ing this-notice will be iiroaecutoij,
jiroseeuiaiL , a ,
u fit n ' - r .
A. H. 1't'RTEy, -J
1 h N1UOKFHISB1,
A. J. WORTM AN,
Probate Court, Vinton; CWntfe, OhiOt
H 6. -JOKES And J., W.-RinnellV. admire
. jatrntor 01 ihe estate of jiavid .doceejf
dat-eM.ed. hve filprt ihAlV at-nifiinf fe .nit mt.fc?1
era for final settlement and the aanae Will bf.
Sat for hearing KeHrOary th. 1874 .
January a, i7 J
IHERfrBT warn tne pomio Vjidnat bnvini J
note on Ma dated Octhhet nift, ijt.io"1
atiout that time, and callian for eleven bntf.
dred dollars (1100 in ne yVaf from dnM. Thg'
s id note secured by a mortnage on jny fv,b.
was given to one Harrrann Prte.t, on nr4
ahotitihe llthnay of Oi-toler lak Hut ner r
that time a.itl nmrfiriitn, mtti h.i. hwJ r
been lo.t. or purloined ifom the hon.e "f Ihri
Iheeeid lUm.on Prie. t hVre'.y bollfv lh-'
fi irter or Ihe nnnl hnl,l ih.r ...ri -,.
haa been eatiefil and eaneell,and wars anW
MMll. ,in.l ki,.m.. ,k. -
Br B. Cocir Alt' y
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