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against ton Township, Vinton county,
Jacob H. Pnee. Ohio.
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July 18, 1847-3U) en Broadway, N. Y.
IN VINTON COUNTY,
THE GREAT CIVIL WAR
From 1861 to 1865.
Having been appointed Agent for the
"Youth's History"tfor Vinton County, Ohio,
I am now prepared to receive subscriptions
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From aDemocratic standpoint.
Thejminds of the.youth of our country are
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and it is of great importance for the welfare
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ISJuitJeuch a book as ought to forma part
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V .. . '
It Is neatly printed end bound, illustrated
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AGENT for Vinton County,
Slate of Ohio, Vinton County, et.
Sett, Engan & Slocomb, Plaintiffs, 1 1n Court of Com
against 1 mon i'lons.
Samuel V.Dodge and f Order of sale.
KnhnrtE. Phillins. Defendants: I
TJURSUANT to the commend ofnn order of sale In
X the above cause Issued from the court or com
mon l'leaa of Vinton countv. Ohio, nnd to
me direoled aa Sheritt of said county, I will oiler fur
sale at DUblic auction, at the door of the Court
llouse, in the Town of MoArthur, in the county ot
TUESDAY, THE 23D DAY OF JULY, A.
at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, the follow
ing lands and tenements, to wit:
Twenty feet off of the West Side of In
Lot Number Sixty-Sevon (No. 67,) in the
Town of MoArthur, County and State afore
said. Taken a the property of Samuel V. Dodge to Bat
lsf an order ana decree of said oourt iu favor ol
Nrtf. Hnuan k Slocomb.
Appraised at sixteen hundred dollars and must
Dnng iwo-iiiiriia ui Mint num.
Terms of sale cash in hand on the day ol sale.
JOHN J. 9HOOKEY,
Sheriff Vipton County, O,
H. C. Jones, Attorney tor PlaiutiS.
June 18, 1807-lu
Sale of Real Estate
BY ORDER OF
VINTON COUNTY PROBATE
Joel G.Hwetland, Administrator of
the Estate of Andrew J. Beyer,
George W. Beyer, and Asnlicl
Beyer, who have arrived at full
age, and Newton Beyer, James
Heyer, Eve Beyer, and Wary
Beyer, who 'are minors, and
reaidensa of Vinton oounty, nnd
State of Ohie, and Charlotte
Beyer, who is a minor, and
whose nlace of residence is uu
Tn Vintan PAlln.
ty Probate Coujt
Petition to acll
known. , , , J . . .,
Probate Court of Vinton county, Ohio, on the 2:a
day ouuiie, A. v. iwi, i wmiuh" "' r"""
Monday, the 5th clay of August,
A. D. 18(37,
at 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, on the premises,
in said county of Vinton, the following described
premises, situate in the county of Vinton and State
of Ohio, to-wit: .",.. ...
North-West Quarter of the North East Quarter of
n. v: )rk:.i. fmi. rUn SI 1 Unnntx Mitmhnr
seventeen ijxo. n, luwuBiiiu nmiiuu
11,1 thence ruoning West Twenty Reds; thence Noith
iweni-y auu,, ...a- ..v.... , -
Boulh Twenty Rods, to the place of beginning, con-
taiuing 1WO ttcrea mm ui.j imuu, i. .
Appraised at three hundred dollars, and must
bring two-thirds of that num.
Terms of sale One-third cash in hand on the day
of sale; one-third in six niouthsj and the residue in
twelve months from the day of sale-deferred pay-m-nii
tn imar interest and to be secured by mort
gage upon the premises sold. ....
Administrator of Estate of Andrew J. Beyer, deceased.
JUiy , 15DI-OW
State of Ohio, Vinton Connty.
Isaac ?hry. Guardian of Jolinl
llrill;nn. ri.tr.mita. PTfl.
nrroUiHt In Court of Common
Loraine Wilsoc, widow of An-1 P
rirew Hucirins. deceased, f Order of Sale.
William lluggins, Joseph
Crow lluggins, John Noble
lluggins, Nancy Jane Hug
gins, Mary Alice Muggings,
and Maraurct Elizabeth
Huggins, riiuntiro. i :
PUKSliAii l o Hieooiiiii""'" J
the above cause to me directed from the court of i
common Pleas of Vinton countv, nnd to me directed
asSherift ol saidcoumy, i am ku""
at the door of the Court U use, in thelown of MoAr
thur, in the oounty of Vinton, on .
Monday, the 12tU dsy of August, A. D.
atthehourof 1 o'clock P. M.!of said day, the tol
lowing lands nnd tenements, to wit:
The Sou'h-East Quarter of the South-Eaat
Quarter, and the South Half of the North-
East Quarter of the South-Eaist Quarter of
Seniion Number Fourteen, nange numoer
Seventeen, and Townsip Number Eleven,
situaied in the County of Vinton and State
of Ohio, and containing Sixty acres.
The same to be sold tree from all incumbrances.
Appraised at twelve hundred dollars and must
bring two-thirds of that sum.
Terms of sale cash in hand on the'lny ot sale.
, fchenfl Vinton .'Jounty, O.
Arch. Mayo, AttorneT for M'tt
Jul 11, 18C7-6w-12
The State of Ohio, 1
Office of the Secretary of State, t
1, William Ueney Smith, Secretary of
State of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify
that the following is a true copy of the
joint resolution passed by the Oeneral As
sembly ol tne state oi umo, on tne utn a ay
of April, A. D. 1867, taken from the original
rolls on file in this office.
In Testimony Whereof, 1 have here
unto subscribed my name and affix-
L. &. ed the great Seal of the State of
Ohio, at Colubus, the 6th day of
April, A. 1). 1867.
WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
Secretary of State,
A RESOLUTION ! . :
Relative to an Amendment of the Constitu
lion, providing for the extension of the
Mctolvtd by the . Oeneral Aetembly of the
State of Ohto, (three-fifths of the members
elected to eaca House agreemg thereto,)
That it be and is hereby proposed to the
electors of this State to vote at the next annual
October election, upon the approval or rejec
tion of the '.following amendment as a sub
stitute for the first section of the fifth Arti
cle of the Constitution of this State, to-wit:
Every male citizen of the United States, of
the age of twenty-one years, who snau nave
been a resident of the State one year
next preceeding the election, and of the
county, township, or ward in which
he resides, sucn time as may ne pro
vided by law, except such persons as have
borne arms in support of any insurrection or
rebellion against the government of the Uni
ted States, or have tied from their places of
residence to avoid being drafted into the mil
itary service thereof, or have deserted the
military or naval rervice of said government
in time of war, and have not subsequently
been honorably discharged from the same,
shall have the qualifications of an elector
and be entitled to vote at all eleotions. -ED.
A. PARROTT, I
Speaker of the Jloute of Representative!.
ANDREW G. MoBURNEY, f
Freeident of the Senate.
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