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THE VINTON RECORD.
McartiIUr, onio,
THURSDAY, MAK.20. 1874
rtsi s saewi n
A Judicial Imbroiglio.
We copy the following from
the Court Report in the Ports
mouth Tribune:
"Judge Harper returned from
Jackson Monday evening; ati'l
on the rending of the docket on
Tuesday morning ascertained
that nearly all of those persons
who wete indicted for violating
the liquor laws had come into
court and permitted to plead,
when he had!expressly ordered
before leaving for Jackson that
none of these cases should be
heard until the fourth week,
lie said it had been very com
mon lor parties thus indicted
to come in before a Judge un
acquainted with them for sen
tence.,, lie thought the pres
ent matter presented a very
suspicious "appearance in the
light of the circumstances sur
rounding it Mr. Spry btated
that he. had informed Judge
PuIIadwayof the order made
by Judge 'Harper, and that he
had refused jo take the respon
sibility of proceeding with the
cases. Judge Harper, seemed
voryjmuch' offended that his or
der in this matter had been
disregarded, and ordered that
TI the (entries made in these
cases be marked error. This
leaves the cases as though
nothing had been done, and
they will be up again for hear
ing." , lo this Judge Du Hadway
replies in the following letter
to the Portsmouth Times:
JACKSON, O. March 20th, 1874.
W. G. Cooper. Dear Sir.
Your note of the 18th inst. is
received, in which you say
there seems to be considera
ble surprise about Judge tlar
per having certain cases in
which I had assessed fines
marked "error." If that is true
I am very much surprised my
self, as it seems to me that
would be a very extraordinary
proceeding.
The criminal dock at hnd
been assigned for the fourth
week, and I did not interfere
in any manner with that as
signment." It is the usual prac
tice, where parties have been
arrested and brought into
court, or voluntarily come into
court, to be arraigned, and it
they plead "not guilty then
to set a day for said cause; but
if the party enters his plea of
"guilty," then it is the duty of
the court to assess the penalty.
Several parties came into
court, were arrainged, entered
pleai of "guilty," and were
Uned. I assessed the punish
ment I thought the nature of
each case required. 1 acted in
good faith, and I am sure it is
the universal practice.
If Judge Harper has set aside
the fines assessed, with him
rests the responsibility, not
only in setting them aside, but
as to putting the parties again
on their trials. Yours,
PORTER DU HADWAY.
The Times, in addition to the
above, says that Judge Har
per, in open Court, charged
corruption in the opening of
the cases during his absence,
and appointed a committee,
Hon. Wells A. liutchins and
Capt. N. W. Evans, to invesli
gate the matter. Should they
tail to make out a case of cor
ruptlon it leaves Judge Har
per in a very unpleasant situa
tion. We are among that very
large class o citizens who be
lieve the Joiiiciary has not
done its duty in assessing fines
against the liquor dealers, wbo
openly and 'persistently defy
the law; that they have not
given them the extent of the
law, as (hey would any other
criminal who persisted In re
peating his ., crime. Still, we
are not prepared to believe
that Judge Du Hadway has
been corrupt in the discharge
ol the duties of Lis office, and
With our present knowledge of
the, matter, regard Judge Har
per's action as very unlortu
iiate, onlesi he it able to es
tablish bis averments. 'If there
U anything back of all this
that the public does not now
know we hope this committee
will ferret it, to the bottom; for
a man whose duty it is to give
judgment for and against his
fellow citizens, should be
"above suspicion."
Tiierk is a IdwI from the
oilier end of the Couvt House
King. This time it is Lafayette
Raynor, the proprietor of the
curbstone caipenter shop, the
man who minds his p's and q's
bo wc'ii that ha is the only Re
publican (?) who can get fat
county contracts, and is gener
ally believed to be one of the
chosen few who know theJ
"open sesame": whereby a
county order can ba cashed.
We don't know exactly what id
the matter with him now,
whether it i3 the bay windows
oi the Court Hodse or the fire
ladders that has soured on his
stomach. r .
.lie ought to exercise a little
care, however, or we might tell
the people of the county of the
delicious titbits that he has
carried off from the overloaded
table which the tax eater's ring
has spread tor themselves out
ot.the abundance the county
owneth and it wouldn't look
well in print. There are the
nice locust posts that he car
ried away and replaced with
worthless poplar ones when he
had that little, job of "repair
ing" the jail yard fence; then
there Is the good oak timber
of the pig pen on the county
lot, which he carried off and
replaced it with scabby poplar;
and he even carried off and
sold and it now adorns the
back of John Jones' lot, where
it may be seen by the curious
a necessary out building placed
on the jMl lot by the county for
the accommodation of the jail
or's family. He didn't leave
anything about the jail lot
that he touched while he was
on that job that was worth any
thing, except the jail and the
post holes, lor which magnifi
cent removals and "repairs" he
charged the county, in the
neighborhood ol $500. It was
a frequent remtuk ol the peo
ple as they saw him disappear
around the corner with his
plunder ' That's the way the
rpunty's money go eg J" Then
there is that last and longest
feat of all, perlormed by the
original and only Raynor, en
tilled "The- mysterious disap.
pearance of the Court House
spouting."
Is it any wonder then that
when . we, foolishly thinking
that the people of the county
had any interest in the Court
House and the appurtenances
thereto belonging, told them
something about how things
were going on about that build
ing, that Mr. Raynor should in
stantly rush into print to prove
lb at we were untrustworthy
and not to be believed; that
we'd lie and drink w hisky, get
drunk ana do other thinus that
send men to the badx for was
not all this Court House Ray
nor's, to be removed to the last
brick to his capacious lot on
Jackson street, as soon as it
needed "repairing?"' Certainly;
and we herewith offer our most
humble apologies tor ever hav
ing said one word that might
cast a shadow on bis title.
Take all every brick; but
please leave us the county
well; tor the town has an inter
est in that, and Mayor Payne
will be alter, you again sure.
Remember the fate of the man
who stole the saw-mill and got
caught when he went back af
ter the tail race.
On the 7ih inst., at Eaton,
the Common PleasCourt award
ed Mrs. Jane Grace, of Camden,
$586 under the Adair law, she
having brought suit against Mr.
Thomas, the owner of the sa
loon kept by one Howard, who
dealt out liquor to her husband,
and who was irresponsible.
The boilers of the steamer
Crescent City exploded below
Helena, Tuesday morning, kill
ing 25 persons.
Tub Rhode Island House, 44
to 17, declares in lavor of wo
man suffrage.- -1- - 1:.. ,
Does It Pay.
Mr.' Ohmer, who has had
abundant experience in the re
tail liquor business as proprie
tor of what was formerly one
of the largest beer gardens in
Cincinnati, in his speech, last
Friday, at the Court House,
made some remarks which are
entirely at variance with tie
general ideas of the public
about the financial part of the
business, which contain much
that is true, and therefore re
ported. 1
He said that it took a good
business man to run a retail
liquor business and keep out
of the clutches 'ol tho law a
business man wbo would soon
rise to fortune at any other oc
cupation.' While this was true
the retailer seldom, if ever, be
came 'rich: in lhatT business,
while ! he was compelled to
work more hours, harder, and
at meaner work than any other
man in the world, acd ! the
profits of his labor enriched
only the wholesale dealer; the
brewer and the distiller. The
retailers were the slaves ol
these men, doing their dirty
work, and making a bare liv'
ing.' He had been there him
self, and knew '"whereof" he
spoke! " ' '
Uoyven hasn't cheek enough
to deny editorially the truth of
his shame as published in the
Record, but does attempt to
deny it through a 'correspond
ence which he wrote himsell
and sigued "Brightwood." We
don't ask any person to take our
word for the lact that Boweu
turned his own home in Jack
son, into a bawdy house and pro
cured the disgrace ol his own
family. It is a matter of pub
lie record in the Jackson coun
ty courts, where all may exam
ine it in all its disgusting de
tails, in the celebrated case ol
Jerome W. Bowen vs. John M.
Jones, tor damages for the con
traction of a "certain contagi
ous disease." Major Bratton, ol
M'Arthur was oue ol Boweu's
attorneys, although we believe
he did not appear personally
in conducting the case. Judge
Du Hadway, now holding
Court here, was ohe of Jones'
attorneys. If Bowen wishes,
we Can piTblish his petition,
Jones' answer, the evidence,
the findings 'of Court, etc. It
would be mighty interesting
reading to the publisher of a
"religious newspaper."
A special from Circleville to
the Cincinnati Gazette, says:
Solomon Riegal has been
elected President, and W. E.
Bolin Secretary, of the Circle
ville, McArthur & Uallipolis
Railroad Company, recently in
corporated. A meeting will
soon be held here lo lurther
the interests of the enterprise.
It is approved by our business
men generally.
John Smith, and several oth
er citizens of Butler county,
have sent a petition to the
Ohio Senate, asking that the
day of the final adjournment o'
the Constitutional Convention
be proclaimed and observed
for all time to come as a holi
day, like the 4th of July, etc.
Judge Dent, brother of Mrs.
Grant died last Sunday morn
ing at 6 o'clock,' at his resi
dence in this city, of tumor in
the stomach. The funeral took
place on Wednesday.
According to the official re
port ot Free and accepted Ma
sons in Ohio, there are 436
Lodges, with a membership of
30,000.
The General Assembly has
passed the bill creating the
new office ol mining inspector.
uiB uuiy is to iook auer me
proper ventilation and safety
ol our coal mines.
Tub Assemblies of Iowa and
Michigan have voted lo amend
the constitutions of those
Slates by exleuding the suf
frage to women.
In Ihe Calilornia AsAemMy
Friday a bill to make women
eligible to educational offices
passed by a vote ol 33 to 31.
Two thirds of the iron ore
used at Pittsburg. Pa., comes
from the Lake Superior miues.
Ironton Journal.
At a meeting of the saloon
keepers of this city, they unan
imously resolved to suspend
all . business relations with
those merchants and others
whose jvives or daughters par
ticipated in the temperance
Marietta Times.
If the saloon keepers would
suspend business relations"
wkh all men, young and old,
in Ironlon, the generous act
would preclude the necessity
of any further action on , the
part ot the women. The wo
men are after these "business
relations" with . a weapon
''sharper than a . two-edged
sword."
Second-hand spouting, locust
ppsTs, etc., for sale as good as
new. CalJ at Raynor's curb
stone, carpenter 6hop.
AdTeri'lMmenta Inserted at fair price
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The Modern RobintonCrusoe
"frith 150 BeaijtifuT Illustrations.'
i
Messrs Hcrlhner k Co.. have secured for
lerM publication In HCRldHEH'tt MONTH-
Li, M. Jules verna a latest aiory,
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in which, not content with the old atoriea
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The party are Americana who set out from
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fusely illustrated, and IB beguu in the April
number.
For sale by all New Liealers or Booksell.
ra. Price 14(H) a year, OS cents a number.
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3omarl74
APRIL ELECTION.
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Mayor's Proclamation.
MAYOR'S OHFICE,
IxcoapoiATan Viu.aui or McAaruui,
Vinton County, lihio,
March 21), 1874.
7HEREA8bj th lawa of Ohio regulating
v the election lor municipal officers it
required ol tne Mayor ol' eft -h city or incor
porated village lo give notice by Proclama
tion at leant ten daya hefure the time of Indd
ing elections ol ihe time and place, when and
where auch elect on .will be liulden, und
the officer to be chosen.
In pursuance of men requisition, I. Henry,
Payne, Mayor of the Incorporated Village
McArthur, Ohio, do hereby proclaim and
make known tliut Ihe
First Monday of April A. D., 1874,
,( Being the fyh.Hay of said Month,)
ia by law appointed the day on winch the
qualified electors of the Incorporated village
of McArthur are notified In meet at the Court
Hon-e. in said tilings, at the usual place dca
ignateil for holding auch elections, between
the hour of six o'clock m the forenoon, and
aix o'clock in Ihe afternoon of said day, and
then and there to proceed to Tote by ballot
for the following officers, to w,l:
One Mayor,
One Clerk,
One Treasurer!
One Solicitor,
One Marshal,
One Street Commissioner,
Three Councilman,
(liven under my hand at my office, In aaid
village, this 26th day or March, A. Ll. 173.
HENRY PAYNE, Mayor.
BBPOBT
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Vinton County Rational Bank
MoArthur, On
-AT-
M'AETHTJR.
In the . State of Ohio,
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS,
rEBEUAET27, 1874. -
Bisocacia.
Loans and discounts... 1147,014
Overdrs Ha. .'...... .. ,... 889
U. Bonds to secure circulation..!1.!!
Furniture and (inures.
1,209
9,110
Premiums paid .
Current Expenses.
623
COID MMH.H...HM.. . .3 H6
Ituefrom Re 'eeming and
Reaerye agents 18,160 &
liue Pin other Nat'l B'ks 1,;H7 a
iiate BanKsan'i banker U.urr 39
Legal fender Noies...lH,fH) oo
National Bank Notes 650 vO
Fractional Currency On
eluding nickels) 124 St
Other Cash Items-........ '1 48
SI ,950
Total Resources ...
' l(IAl LITIS
1290,784
Capital stock paid ln.........loo.0OO
btirplus fund
national Dana circuuuiuo ouuiuina gov,uuu
2,7uo
Individual Deposits.......
Due to National Bank..
Discount
KzchanKa
Interest
94,870
60S
1,695 SO
Mt 74
1,481 01
3,145
Total Liabilities
.1290,784
STATE OF OHIO,
County of Vinton, ss.:
I, James W. iJelay, Cashier of the Vinton
County National Bank nf McArthur. do
esinly swear that the above statement ia true
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
JAMES W DELAY, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to beiore tne this 24th
day of Mare 1, 1874.
JUBKFH KALER, Notary Public.
Correct Attest:
CHARLES BROWN,-)
E. it. ImjIKJE, Directors.
DANIEL WILL. 1
TALMAGE,
SPUFCEON,
T. De tfitt Talmaa-e ia editor of tho T.
CArWia el Work: C. H. Hnurieon. eoeciai
oninoutor. i ney write tor no niner paper
n a n i erica, inree maKmncenl enromos
Pay Is reer commission than any other na
per. ( II ROMON ALL READY.
xActarianism. ho ecuouali-m. U agent
receutly obtained 380 subscriptions In
'igntjf hours absolute work. Bample cop.
e and circular sent Ire.
ACENTS Wanted.
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Mayor's Proclamation.
MAYOR'S OFFICE,
IxcoaFOBATiD Vn.nos orMcArrnoa
Vinton County, Ohio.
WHEREAS, t.y the Brat section ot an Act
paas.d by the General Assembly of the
Btaia or Ohio, paasni marcn n, loot, it
provided that it Khali he unlawful for any
person within this Slate to sell, barter or give
away spirituous, vinous or malt liquor on
Ihe day of any election held within the btate,
under the Constitution or lawa thereof. And
It ia thereby made ihe duty of each and all
persons who authnriied under or by the
lawa of this Male, or the municipal regula
tions of any cii", town or incorporated vil
lage of tins Htnte, to sell or barter any apir
ituous, vinnua or malt liquors, to close their
respective estHblishmeata on those daya.
A ny person oHendic g against the prov islona
ol this act Khali tie lined in any sum not less
than live nor more than one hundred dollars,
and be imprisoned in the County Jail for a
period of not eicee'ing ten daya for each
orlense so committed; and it shall in the
duty of all Mayor of cities and incorporated
villages within this elate, on Ihe daya of elec
tions aa aforesaid, to issue a proclamation
warning the inhabitants of auch city or vil
lage or the provisions of this Alt, and that
all violations of Ihe same will auhiect the of
fender to prompt and speedy punishment,
and requiring Marshals and Police officer
under their reeneotive llirisdlctions to close
nil houses violating the provisions of this
Act.'Aml to report tortnwiin an violation
hereof to such Mayor
And whereas, there will he an election held
in Ihiatftale undei the laws thereol on
MONDAY, APKIL "6, 1874,
Now therefore, I, Henry Payne, Mayor or
the incorporated village of McArthur, Viu
ton county, Uhio, do warn the inhabitant of
the incorporated vil'aae of McArti.ur, Vinton
.Aunt amkin.l wlnlalinff nv or ell lit the
provisions of asid Act. and the Marshal ofj
sail viltave la nereny nirecien to cinse an
houses lound violating any of the provision
l aitt Ant a nit tn roiu.rL fnrlhwith all Vio
lations thereof lo the Mayor of said village.
' ui.en under my naun sun oiuuiai nm,
llj.o.l tni ifiotn aav 01 iinn:n, ii-it .
HENKY PAYNE,
Mayor Incorporated Village ofMosrthur.
NEW SPEING STOCK
,. OF
MILLINERY
. AND .
LADIES' FANCY GOODS,
.New Styles of
HATS,BONNETS,RiBBONS
IN ALL NEW SIIADEd, .
Jute Braids, '
Embroideries,
Edging.
Trimming,
Laces,
Cloves,
Ladles F'cy Goods
Jewelry,
Corsets, Etc.
Also Sue assortment of
Ceiidemeit's Ji'ecktUs.
Bleaching, Pressing1, Pcmcdcing,
and all kinds of Millinery
Work done to Order on
shirt Notice,
Give us a call. We will sell lower
tli u 11 ever.
J. P. itr C. A. DUNK1.E,
Mnin at. MoArtliur, 0.
Fresh for the Spring Trade
AT
WOLF, PEAROE & CO.'S
ZP-A-IUNTTS,
BOILED At D RAW OIL,
PURE WHITE LEAD,
RED LEAD,
UIMLL C OLOKS,
TURPENTINE
ViRXISIiES,
Colors Ground In Oil.
Palutand Yarnlsli Urusiies,
JUST RECEIVED.
Also a full line ol
PLREFRESU DKLGS &CIIE1IICALS
Dye Mull,
Stationery,
Notions, Etc.
Everything at the very Lowest Pri
ce!. WOLF.PEARClT&Ca
l'Jmar 1874
I LV G h A. M BRO'S
KEEP CONSTANTLY Oft HAND A
FULL SUPPLY
Or ALL8IZE9 OP
WRAPPING & MANILLA
PAPERS,
Paper Bags, all Sizes.
CARPET
PAPEE,
AND
BUILDING
-AND-
ROOFING PAPER!
NEWS PAPER
All ordinary sited constantly on
band; ODD SIZES made to order on
(bort notice. .
CAP, LETTEIl and NOTE
PAPEE and ENVELOPES
A Full Supply.
Cash For Rags.
. Address, 1 '
INGHAlf & BEOS.
chilli cothef Ohio. .
" 19 mar 4w. . t. ...
SPRING AND SUMMER.
rHASK IIELLMAX, Agent,
At his ne place of business,
(JOEY'S BLOCK. OPPOSITE UHION
HOUSE.
CIIILLICOTIIE,' 6.
" HAS THE
Choicest Rtoclc
OF
Spring and Summer Clothing
BVER breught to this market, embracing
nil the latest and most fashionable styles,
cm in accordance with the lutest fashions.
When you want a nobby suit dou't fall to call
onrrauK. an is vw
Makes Garments to Ordei;
and has a full line of
Cents' Underwear
HATS AND CATS, &C.
All clothing marked down to the LOW
EST FIU I KES. Give me a dill and 1 will
warrant aatislitutiou
i.anr FRANK HELLMAN.
J.
LEGAL NOTICE.
iitM, EARNEST of county, Plnte of
Y I'ennsy vnnia, will take nonce tlihi.lo
seh limldridge, on the 1 It n day ot Match
Js7t,rlled hia petition in the Court ol Common
Pleas in and for Vintun county, Uhio, against
him vid Andre Oline, Lyman a oler, G. M.
Wilson, Hen) Hlerena and I). Woods, selling
forth that aaid Iioddridge has a endnr' lien
cn the following lands situate in Vinton Co ,
Ohio, to wit: The west half of frn'tion No.
seven, towniii No ten, range No. six
teen, ID except eight acres oft the north-west
corner thereof, which eight acres is partio
larly described In deeds from Wm. 8 tojosl.
sn Wilson a.id Joseph Doddridge lo W.
Thorn for the payment of two notes of four
hundred nnd forty. five- dollars anil fifty cents
(Jtt'i.Wi) each and interest nt 8 per cent sinre
May 8,1872; the flrsl psyahle April 1, 1H73 and
the second April 1. 174, nnd pra)ing a finding
of the hinounl, due ou said hrst note, and an
order that said land be sold to satiety said
amount, and tt.at Ihe residue of the proceeds
be Ino'ight inio Court tonwnit the maturity of
said second note, and stn h other relief as is
equitable. Ji'MKHH I'ODWUUGE.
J. A. MoOiLLiygAV, Attorney. Ot
AGENTS WANTED!
To sell, dirrot lo cmwiihwi.Th G bounds im; or
THE AUTHORITATIVE HISTORY
OF "1 II B
FARMER'S MOVEMENT
By .1. Periain, enitor Western Rural, CMcnio.
Complete and reliable. Il'ri's up 10 January,
IH74. 8 nriuinul norlrnita; lis) other engra
vings, This great work la oio inprictand
irtihig by Ihomamh ror term, territory, el.!.,
ad.lrca K. H A NNA K"K I) A CO., Publishers,
177 W. 4th st, Cincinnati.
CA VTION. Inferior works, mers mnijii'nflont,
are being pushed. Po not be uniosd on.
Mr. Perriam'e work ia lull, aafAorfninlre, nnd
endorsed by the great leaders. Nom other U.
Probate Notice.
Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
vrOTICI! 1 hereby given that J. II. M.
ll Houston as aoniiniistrator of Harnh A.
ParriMli, dfceiised, has HI. d heiein his ac
counts with said estate for flnsl setllcmi nt,
and that the aanie ia set for hearing on the
2iith day of Man h, instant, at II o'clock, A.M.
H b. MAYO, Prjba'.e Judire.
March 8, 1874. 4t
J. C. COLF.IU AN, M.D.
Has permnnenlly located in
MoAB.THUR, 0.,
lor the practice or
MEDICINE and SURGERY.
to which he will dern'e his entire attention.
lll''Kl''K in I'livis" Building up stairs. oppo
site Vinton County Bank.
Ilr-IDE.VCB
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A rtemocralic Weekly. Fstnl li.-lied l'MI.
It supports nhite supremacy, polittcid and
social. Terms. $2 yer year. To 1 lub-. nine
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planter made. Manufactured under the s,i
psrvisinn of inve" nr. 35,'siO now in use.
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Hand-
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Oregon.
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REMOVAL. "
-
Spring Opening of Millinery.
Mrs.E.B.PUCH,
MILLINER
4
Ha removed her roillinerj establish'
ment to the room formerly ocoupled by
O. Swetland, in '
Davis' Building, Main St.,
Mc'ARTHUR'O.
where she will keep on hand everjt
thing to be found in a first-dais foillii
nery ostublishnjent- The . ,
CRANDOP EN INC
of Spring Stock will commence
MONDAY, MAECH '16,'
' when all the ' '' .
NEW STYLES
of the season will be on exhibition.. ;
The ludics are respectfully invited to
call and examine my stock, and I will
make it to their interest to leave their
orders.
Mrs, E. B. Pl)GH, '.
MILLIONS OF ACRES
JN N Bit ASK A,
NOVLTilR SALE VERY CHEAP. :
TEN YEARS CRtDIT ONLY PER CENT.
Draerijiiir. PampltUtt, uilh Stclimul Slap ml Tree .
THE PIONEER,
A handsome illustrated paper, containing, tr
Homestead Lau, mailed Iree to all pari
of the world.
Addres . F. DAVIS,
Land Commissioner U. P R. K., .
Omaha, Neb.
SHERIFFS SALE
Maggie M. Cowgill, ct ol, Plaintiffd,
Acainst
George Morrison, et ol, Defendant
ON 1st UltDEK OF MALE IX PARTI
TIO.. State of Ohio Vinton Co, .
IN pursuance to the command of an order of
sale in urtilrnn, issued from the Court ot
Common I'lesis, of V nion county, Ohio, and
to tne directed as Sheritt of said county, 1 will
otlor for sale at public auction on
Friday, March '27th, A. D. 1874, .
At the hour of I o'clock P. M. of said
day, the lollowlng real estate, situate in
the county ol Vinton, and f isle of Ohio, and
bounded and descritwd as follows, to wit:
the north east quarter of the uorth-east quar
ter ol section tin rl y-ono, 31 nnd n part ol the
north-west minrterof section thirty two, a A
described as toliows, commencinft one 1 rod,
noitliofa black locust tree about 8 inches in
iiiniiieier which 'thr.dann I he seal side ollho
county road mar John M rrtson's home,
thence west taking two rows of apple tieeg
on the snuih aide ol Ihe apple orchard to rhn
said section line, thence tou'.li with snid see
lion line lo the aooih'We-t corner of said
quarter section, thence east on the llneof aaitt
qusricr section far enough lor n line cunning
northward Hie same course thut the Innenow
r'.ns near the house lo strike said lane, Ihenne
por'lward to strike the course ot said InaeJ
straight to the place of beginning, said Hist
nicnnoncd tract containing lony-dwo ' and
ugh I ecu hundredihs 42 li. Ion acres and said
1 (st-ini ntioned tract containing thirty five
acres, mere or less, id I of said lands being and
lying in townlup -eleven, 11 ol range seven
teen. 17.
Appraised at one thousand nine hundreif
and twenty-five dollars 11,1143 and must bring
two thirds of t he appraised value.
.TERMS OF SALE.-One third c.ish, one.
third in ono year ami one third in two years,
secured bv mortgage upon the ptemisea
sold.
To be sold on an order of sale in partition
wherein Maggie M. Cowgill etui, nre plnintiflis
and (tenrge Morrison et nl, are defendanta.
t,ivcn under my hiuid rhis 24th day of Feb
runrr, UH.
GEORGE KALER.
hherittol Vinton Couuty.
Kebrnary Znth, 1874. bw
VICK'S
FLORAL GUIDE
For 1874.
200 PAOFSj too KHGHAVINGR. and COI,
OTIKIi PbtTK Published nuarterly at 25
o uis n year. First number lor 1874 ust if
sue i. A tiermsn edilinn at same price.
Address JAM KS V1CK, Hocheter, N.Y.
RYANSTBUE FLUTB.
inin ete In-tnii.tio.io and laige oollecl
ew music.
WITH OR WITHOUT A MASTER.
This work tenches in a concise and simple
manner how to play upon tbii instrument,
beginning with Ihe first principles, and grad
ually carrying ths learner forward by a course
of progiessivt lesmns, such ns can not fail. i f
rightly used nl making a good performer, in
Ihe short -si possille time. Published or
JOHN CHURCH A CO., Cincinnati O.
TEMPEBANOE SONG BOOK, "
TI1F MUSICAL FOUNTAIN.
COMPLETE collection of TEMPERANCE
tto I'MC, containing fifty mlrnng songs, all
harmnni&'d for three or four voice. Just
Ihe book for the Tenipermce Mnvement,,novr
engros-lng public attention. Price 36a b?
mail, post paid. Per doen, I3.B0. Published
by ., kJ0,?,1, CUJ"CH CO., Cincinnati, 0.
2iifeb 1672 4t
Trees! Flowers! Bulbs!
HEDCE PLANTS!
Nursery Stock! Fruit&Flower Platei'
Address F. K. PHOENIX.
BI0 0 MI NOTCH BTJBoEBY,
ILLINOIS.
600 acres; Ed year; 13 greenhoue. 4 eat
Apple, l.oou i jr., I25i j 3 vri tjIS;
4 catalogues, 2U eenta. ' Sljulira
Notice.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
lOotin ol Vinton count r, Ohio IwilloHet
for sale at public auctioiwon 0HeS
Friday, the 20A Lay of Marclt, A. D.
1S74.
at loo'clock, A. M. at the Eagle MIlIa.inB.
gl township Vinton eounty.T.hioVthB lolthT
iol described real eeta.e..u..2,Kcoun7;
of Vinton and Btate nf Ohio, to wit: twenil
off the west half ot the n'orth-west qu. '
Also the north-ess t quarter of the south.
st quarter of section number ele'an 11
township snd range aforesaid ' "
ppraised at three hundred dolKrs 1300 '
1 w 8ur9ALIi.-One half in hand, and
onehall in on year from day of ai wit h .
Wrest, deferred p.vmenS Oo b, SnredbV
mottgage upon the premises sold '
j , , MH.Ksi RCLItr
TN nursnonA a! - ... . .

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