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Tht Cheaptil Magazine in tht World!
rrHI3 popular and widely circulated maralir
I ..hui an litinn unenuallea tn tins
ni , Xeh aumberte brnamented by numerous tine
iravings, and is complete in itself, embracing a
Treat variety of tm, sketches, poems, and illust ra
ted articles,'' written expressly for its oolumns. It is
teonceded by all lobe the cheapest and beift Mage,
.theworid. V.TEiMS.:'-- . V..
.10 a year; eeten copies 9 00; thirteen Copies
15 00. single copies 16 cents; Address , ;
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' , Boston, Mass.:
MAGAZINE. v t
YlNITERSLLY . acknowledged th Model
1) Parlor Magaine of America, detoted to
Original Stories, Poems, 8ketob.es, (Archi
lecture, And Model Cottages, Household Mat
i. flema of Thouisht. Personal and Literary
flossio (including speoial departments on
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tlo "Equestrian Exercises, , Skating, Music,
Amusements, aoM all liy th best, authors,
and profusely and artistically illustrated
with costly engravings (full sise useful and
reliable Patterns, Embroideries, Jewelry, and
a succession of artlstio novelettes, with other
Jseful and eptertaing literature. . , , " .,
No persoa of refinement, economioal house
wife, or lady of taste, can afford to do with
out the Model Monthly.
' Single copies, 30 cents; hftok numbers, as
specimens, TO cents; either mailed free.
Yearly, $3, with a valuable premium; two
copies, $5 60; three copies, $7 50; five copies,
$12, and splendid premiums for olube at $3
each, with tht first premium to eaoh sub
W. JENNINGS DEMOBEST,
' . No. 473 Broadway, New York.
TJemorafll's Monthly and Young America
te ether, $4, with the premium to each
Sold by tbe trade Generally
: A Liberal discount to Dealers, '
200,000 fumuhti the U. S. QovirnmenU
ArmyKeTOltef, ' 44-100 In. calnbre.
Navy Revolver, 36-100 in. calibre,
Bcjt Revolver,. , Navy 8iie calibre,
Nbtv Slie calibre.
New Pocket Revolver,
31-100 in callbrs,
fRider'a pt. M-100 in. calibre,
(Elliot pt.) No. !M S2oartr'Re,
Vest Pocket fistol, No.M.30, 32 and 41 cartridge,
Gun Cane, , . No. 22 and 32
Breeoh Loading Rifle, (Beal's) No. 82 and 38 '
Rsvoiflng Sine, 38 and 44-100 in calibre.
. , JJ. REMINGTON & SONS, '. ', .
': . .' ,Ilitn,Nev York.
Wna. Reed 4 8on, , ' ;
Jos. C. Orubbi Co.,
Poultoey A Trimble, ' :'
Henry Folsom k Co.,
Johnson, Spencer A Co,, '
Jj. M.Bumsey 4 C.
Albert . Crane,
March 21, 1867-ly
A OS IT a.
- New York
. , 8t. Louis
11 DON'T FAIL TO READ THIS I
SEND your address, with stamp, for sample and
catalogue ol Articles for Young and Old, Married
and female. All should have them. Address
A.BRlDGE,74Bleecher Street, New York City,
. To Consumptives.
The advertiser, having Dean restored to health In a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suf
fered for seversl years with a severe lung aftection.and
that dread disease Consumption is anxious to make
know to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure."
To all who desire it, he will send a oopy ol the
f inscription used (free of charge,) with the direc
ions for preparing and Using the same, which they
will find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bron
' chilis, -Coughs, Colds, and all Throat and Lung Af
fections, - The only object ol the advertiser in send
ing the Prescription is to benefit the affljoted, and
spread information which he conceives to be iivalu
mbla. and he houet every sufferer will try hie rem
edy, as it will cost them nothing, and may prove a
blessing. -Parties wishing the prescription, ruiS by
return mau.willpieaseaaaress '
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Williamsburg, Kings Co., New York.
T ONG Contributor in the AMERICAN
Li WIT 25 eents year. 1,1
RICHARDSON & COLLINS,
-- 81 Nassau St., N. T.
. C"v tin,', jl V. i ".! . ' "'
WHERE the Lsurt Comi in. The
" AMERICAN WIT 25 cts. a year.
RICHARDSON & COLLINS, 1
.., 81 Nisaau St., n.y.
THE AMERICAN WIT is a happy
hJt.'; 25 ets. a year, i
sV RICHARDSON k COLLINS. -
; : sr xiMaa stn n. y;
August I, 1807-3m t . r . i , i
MARRIEITLIFE-Inlbrmstion and advice off
tal importance to the married f both sexe. In
sealed envelope, can be obtained free of charge by
addressing the undersigned. ,
,Kepeetfuuy. . jIAMES S. BUTLER, j,
July 18, 1867-3m 823 Broadway, NfY.
T- w 1 , m i
a i wmsm.
jiijiumu a. immmii"- '
THE REMEDY TO CUBE AND PREVENT
THIS D1SEAHJS io
DR. S. O' WCU1RDS0W8
SHERRY WlnE B ITT t Ha,
The Celebrated New England Kenedy wr
For Jaundice, Fever emi-Ague, -Ghetal Dt
bility, and all Diteatt orbing - i
Vuordtred Stomach, Livtr orBowelt
They aro nse d and recommended by ltadltf phy
sicians or the eouniry, sua au wnu rj f"
nnn.wi. .hum invnlll.lile. '
Thev are sold by medicine dealers generally. Price
Un Dollar per oowe. . is. nnniv..(
. . . , Cincinnati, Chio,
Proprietor! for the Southern and Western ttatea
For sale by . I
Q. W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArthur, Ohio;
R. 8. Wilcox. Bamden, Ohio, and j
. Sr. J. A. ilonahan, Druggist, Uamden, 0,
.:v.-, . .
L V NO BALSAM.
' t, ' loi iHi crj ,6r J ." 'lL v, ,
AND ALL DISEASES THAT LE T9 I
Suoh aa Coughs, Neglected Colds,' Pai in
the Chest, and all diseases of the Lungs.
gt3r Clergymen should use the Balsam for
v. ... : their Throats. - -.
THIS Balsam is Introduced to the snflering public
alter lt merits for positive cure of such diseases
have been fully 1. , The Ihrmnla from which it i
nrenared Is referred to by the leadint'medical our
nala as being equal to any prescription that can be
"adeupVfofsih. diseases, by (he medical faulty.
The Balsam is. consequently, recommendpd by phy
sicians who have become aequainted wlthiUgreai
success. : J ' '
As an Expectorant it has no Equal i
Wecopv the following Interesting letter from Dr
Harris to the Middlebury, Vt., RegiHler, Noy. 40,
Ma Eoitoi:- It is only to subserve the interests ol
humanity that I request a.hort space in vour valua
ble paper to Inform the publie-what Allen s Lun((
Balsam ts sure to do. Two yesrs ago I was attacked
wilh a severe cold; it settled In my throat, which so
Wlln."j .L. !..if..h that I nnnld nt sneak
r! a . ..riv six weeks. 1 sot throueh the winter
oouahing nights almost incesaantly, with cold night
itk innrMsed irritatoin. which extended in
to the Bronchial tubes and which kept me coughing
all summer. I was at Shoreham on a professional
visit the past October, When tne "gooa Samaritan
oame along introducing Allen's Lung Balsam into
New England. I procured a bottle end took itao
oordinsto dlrect'ons, and found immediate relief. I
k tpUAn two bottles, which has entirely cured
roe. For the past two years, or during the time ot
my affliction, I was in a state of constipation, which
the Balsam has almost effectually regulated. No
. uu k without this valuab e medicine. J
see by the VVestem papers that the physicians of
Cincinnati (where tne meainne is msnuim;uriiu; ...
introducing It into their practice, and I have no doubt
it will soon become a classical remedial agent for the
of all diseases 01 ine inroaDninunmi mmm, bum
uncs. NATH'L H A RRia, M. D., Dentist,
Middlebury, wf., Nov. is, idfts.
' The proprietors' ot this valuable Balsam lake plea,
ure in calling to 1 1 the attention of all medicine deal -
. . . " .... 11. . 1 1 i. . .nnnl nf It Ann
era, desiring in "r f!""1'" ,""rn
reoommend it to their afflicted patrons and friends.
It will-stand the test lor merits, as baa the oelebrated
i PeiTV Davis' Pain Killer,
which has been Introduced to alt pails of the inhab
ited world, and is everywhere appreciated and sought
atter, The Balsam is for sale by most of the leading
Druggists, ana can always uo tm imw
quantity desired, by the Country dealers.
4 1 J. N. HARRW CO., Sole Proprietors, .
i ' . , , CinciunaU, Ohio.
For sale by ,
G. W. Si8Son, Druggist, MoArthur, Ohio,
Dr. J. A. Monahan, Druggist, Uamden, '
B. S. Wilcox, Uamden.
Fever and Ague and CbJlU
Best Remedy to Cure
.DAVIS'. PAIN KILLER
Dtrefon far it Uu.
TAKE 3 spoonfuls of the Pain Killer in
about half a pint of hot water, well sweet
ened with molasses, as the attack Is coming
on, bathing freely the, chest, baok and bow
els, with the medicine at the same time.
Repeat the dose in twenty minutes, if the
.rt dns doe Lot stoo the ohill. Should it
nroduoe vomiting, (and it. probably will.) if
the stomach is very foul, take little Pain
Killer, In cold water, sweetened with sugar,
after each spasm. Perseverence in the above
treatment has cured many sever and obsti
nate cases of this disease. .
PAINKILLEB Caret Sore
A Favorite Mediolne with all classes,
Is Davis' Pain Killer.
F yon have Painter's Cbolio,
use me rain juuer.
0 Medioine is as popular ' '
i - As the ram miier.
KEEP the Fain Killer always at
IF y on have a Cough or Cold,
, , , , Use the Pain Killer.
f OOK and not get caught without a bottle
I j of Pain Killer in toe nouse, .
T ET everybody nse the Pain" Killer for
Jj Sprains and Bruises. - ' 5
EVERY sailor should carry a bottle of Pain
Killer with him. 1 ' '
REMEMBER, the Pain Killer is for both
Internal and External. ' v ' .
The Pain Killer is sold hj all the Drug
gists and Dealers in Family Medicines.
, J. N. HARRIS 4 CO, Clnolnnati, Ohio,
A genu for the Western Statei. - - r 5 ?. '
For sale by ..
O. W. Sisson, Druggist, MoArthur,
Dr. J. A. Motjahan, Druggist, Bamden. ,
R, 8. Wilcox, Hamden.
puniFY Yojjn blood.
.'Hi WEAVER'S ! '
CANKER? SALT EHEUM
-far tht Curt of
Canker, 8alt Rehnm, Ereysipelae, Sorofulous
. Diseases, Cutaneous, ana every xiua oi
disease arising from an Impure
' ' atatn of the Blood. ' '
The most effective Blood Purifier of the Nine.
. teenth Century I" ' '
':, ISTThls Syrnp, with the Cerate, we will
warrant to cure any n era case or via
gores no matter how long standing, 1 '
terSold by Druggists Oioerallj."Tcil
For tale bv ....,, j. ,
O. W.Bissien, Druggist, MoArthur;
Dr. 3. A. Monahan, Hamden, '
B. B. Wilooj, Ilamden. , , r
July 18, 1867 -2m
I Hill" -r-rWigaMg:
,, - - . ; i
An Old Song Set to t NeWTune
AnU and Xoxchet
from thtir hole tomt cut,
And Mic J Rm . !
Jn tpiu of tali, ,. !
GaUytHp alxut. ,
J8 years established In N.Y City." '
'Only Inlallible remedies ktown.
'Free from poisons."
Not dangerous to the humtn fcmiiy
' ' ' "Rats come out ol their holes to die.
"Costar's" Rat, Roach, 4o., Exterm s
Is a paste-used lor Rata, mioe, Roaches,
, Black and Red Ants, Ac, o, . . . '
Costar's" Bed-Bug Exterminator
Is a liquid r wash used to destroy,, and
Iq. nmventive for Bed Bug, AC.
"Costar's" Electric Powdo for Insects
" Is for moths, misquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Bngji,
Insect on . Plants, Fowls, Anisjals, o.
i n.. 1 1 I of all worthless Imitations,
-8ee that "Costar's" name il on etch box, bot
tle, and Flask, before you buy
i-Addrest HENRY R. COSTAR,
484 Broadway, New York,
t-Sold In McArthur, by J. S. Strong,
and all druggists and dealers everywhere
For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Wounds, Boils,
Cancers, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Blee
ding, Blind and Painful Piles; Sorofulous,
Putrid and Ill-oonditioned Sores; Uloerf,
Swellinis. Eruplions, CuUneous Affeotions,
Ringworm, Itoa, Cjrns, Bunions, Chilblains
So.; Chapped Hands, liips, au.,
SnlJm Inientji Animals, ka. I
ItBoxes 25 cts., 50 cts., and $1 sizes,
, RnM kv all dnnrgrints everywhere.
ISrAnd by Hket R. Cobiab, Depot 484
Broadway, New York, ' ' '
tAnd by J. S. 8trong, MeArthur,0.
" .' tNIYIRsAL
0 OR N SOLVEN T,
For Corns, Bunions, Warts, Ao.
aWBoxes 2i cts., U cts., and 11 sises. ,
sl-8u Id bv all Drueeists every wnere.
I-And by Henry R. Costar, Depot,484
Broadway, New York.
jgyAnd by J. S. Htrong, MOArmur, u.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Used to soften and beautify the ekin, remove freck
les. Pimples, Eruptions Ac
L-adies are now using it in fircKMcwvw
gtsT-Bottles $1. ..,,'
terSold by all druggists everywhere.
And by Henry R. CosUr, Depot 484
Broadway, New York, i . i , m
ggTAnd by J. H. Strong, woArtnur, v.
;) K -..
; fc .;,. . ' ..t ,.. , -,l ..'.- " '' ' ' i
For Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Sore Throat,
Croup, Whooping Cough, Influensa, Asthma;
Consumption, Bronchial Affections and all
diseasea of the Throat and Lungs ' " '
gBottles 25 eta. 60 cts, and fl sUes. ,
IfcaTSold by all druggists evey where.
gtAnd by Henry R. Costar, Depot 484
Broadway, New York. . . J ; . ,
And. by J . 8. Strong, Jlo Arthur, u. - m . .
" ' 1 ' oeLibratid '
! Vy' JrmiRsAt'.DiNHEa ''pill,'",'7 .
i t - i...i "i.; .t , on e. t -i
For nervous and sick Headache, eostlveness, Indl,
oastion, dyspepsia, biliousness, eanstipalion. diar
rhea, eolics, chills, levers, and general deraogement
Ol tne ligeeiiTB vrMaas. -w
avrBoiesJScU, Wets, $1 sises. .. v ., '.
ggg-Sold by all druggists everywhere. -,,t
And by Henry R. Coetar, Depot 481 Broad
w4y, New York?, 7.1 u ..-.1 j
And bv J. 8SsT92i MoArthnr,a,: II
August I, l867-3n
IN ViNTONj , COUNTY, ,
THE GREAT CIVIL WAR
XJnltoca. Stcites, ,
From I86t lo 1865.
DA vina been appointed Agent for the
"Youth'i History'Vor Vinton uounty, unio,
I am now prepared to reoeive subscriptions
from those desiring this exoellent and popu
lar work. Any person desiring to canvass
any township In Vinton oonnty, will pleare
send for terms at once and secure territory
before U U too late. -
AgenU will be given very favorable terms.
An active Agent can make from v
The German edition of the Youth's History,
which has been called for, is also now ready
The work is designed to furnish the youth
of the country a candid and impartial Histo
ry of the Great War through whleh we have
juit passed, ' t
From a Democratic standpoint.
The minds of the youth of our country are
being poisoned and mlseducated by the false
anil nartlal' histories of the Abolitionists,
and it is of gTeat Importanoe for the welfare
of onr oountry that the real Disunionlsts, as
they are now proving themselves to be, shall
be properly portrayed. The great impor.
tanoe of a sound juvenine literature bus
lontrbeen fait and acknowledged, and as
this is the first attempt to furnish it, tie
P ublishers of the the work Messrs. Van
Evrie, Horton & Co,, New York respectfully
solicit the encouragement of the public, and
the assistance of the Demooratio press. It
is just such a book as ought to forma part
of the small library in , every family in Vin
ton county ; or it should be placed in the
hands of every child, for the purpose of
eivini them a correot idea of tbe late war
and its causes. '
It is neatly printed and bound, illustrated
Wltn 10 engarvings, ana contains oa pages,
divided into 48 chapters. It contains the
likenesses of Generals Lee, Stonewall Jack
son, Grant, McClellan, 6herman, Johnston
Jefferson Davis, Abraham Lincoln, A, H.
Stephens, J. Wilkes Booth, &o.
Price Ol.SO. :
ii . . ,
. At tht Enquirer Printing Office,)
AGENT for Vinoo County.
DLTIflYEB,' DAY & CO.
'EUREKA CUTTING BOXES,
Eubika CiDBtt Mills, ;, . ,
Victor Cane Mill, 1 ' !
v ' sxab'cobii sueltkb, ,
Horse Power Fobkb,
' BUNN'S ESQUIMAUX BEFRI GERATORi
DOUBLE. SHOVEL PLOWS,. , .
Crawford's. Garden Cultivator,
r . ; 1 . "-l . i I -I - .
DRAG AND CIRCULAR SAWING
And many other artlcleein the wajr1 of Implements,
X&VW8nStr IMPHEE SEEfi. selected
varietlew.- Bend for oircUlatB. i .;,
Marcnsa,iei iv ; -
IS THE LAND WE LOVE.
, f . tf..tfinr v
I. j, ,,;..,,,.-,) ... A; VA. ..!: v! ,!
'W...k.j sa t,lt.iiire. Airnenltnre, sod OeBers
.... .i.-a. nil eomnrisina Resorts of Battles,
.irfniSraad anecdote of the War, never before
p'reprirtorsi';;.'!: .:"':'' ;J:'W'??:- "j.
BBWS.Three Dollars a year, if paid fn advanoi,
-r' j. p.riKwiN a d. a "HiLir--
-.-'jV ' 'v-'' tttarlotte, Norh Carolina.
Sheriff's and Special Master
Commissioner s bale.
,VH.v, V.nfoti ConnfV. ' '
i,.Hern. Dowd.-1'lsiotiiU In Court of Common
. sa!n'L r,..-n. ' 1 On in Order of Sale.
VlUItellANT to the command of an order of sale in
FthVabove cause tome directed from thecomt of
common Plea, of Vinton coun.y. and to me directed
Xrifl of said counfy, 0V..in '.,
Commissioner herein, 1 vui; oner a. F""
at the door of the Court He use, in the Town of McAr
thur, in the county of Vinton, on .
MONDAY, tho lbtn any oi oicmu,
A. V. I8b, -
at the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of saio day. ine .o.
towing isnu- -" -T-rr ' , . , McArthur,
""JIZ"' 5.m:i heSrofore owned by
Conrad Hmith, and by
Pumnereooeiruj---''-",j ,nofrrMl ,
ii..j umitn ann nw mill iuiu ..,..----- -
Christophw VViuklen'mn, and by the said WinWe
manVold l o Ssmuel V. Dodge and Samuel Trim rnsr,
Z by he said Dodge and Trimmer aoldtoJame.
"aken by an oidot and decree of said court as the
property of James Lams to saJBsLr a decree ol w.d
.ourtin iavoro Tn.,. and must
Annraisail f Kieu nuiiu,
bring two-thirds of that sum. . . , .i
Terms of sale-oah in handon the dnv ol sala.
, Sberifl Vinton County, O.c
' ' 1 Acting as Special Master Commissioner.
n B Tisna. Attorney ior n u.
August 16, 1807 -6w-U '
IK toUkl Estate, in Vinton coun v v,u.
a. ft 1Rli7. , AyW" --t".
PROPOSED AMEHDratii 1
Tht State of Ohio,
Office of tht Secretary of State. I
I WlLLtAH riENBT ; SMITH, Secretary oi
a. iha Stale of O liO, do hereby cenuy
.h. .following: is a true copy or me
...l,.tion passed by the General As-
' .. ..,...... rtkin nn the (ilh day
eemniy oi t ' fa
Of April. A. D. 18b, tnueu irom mo .
..ii. n Ala in this, office.
, n mhi.iiiiuiiv . ., uv.bw.,
... . U Ka.Of.1 I
unto subscribed my name
IX S.l ed the grcnt heal or the
t 1 ,.!.. rt,,K the Kth
ADril. A. v. loot.
' ' WILLIAM HENRY SMITH,
Secretary of State
o-ioii.. in an Amendment of the topstitu-
tion. nroviding ior me
General Atsemblu of the
Retolvtd by the
Sfaie of Ohio, (ihree-httns or tne memo,
elected to each House agreeing thereto
That it be and is hereby proposed to the
electors of this State to vote at tbe next annual
October election, upon the approval or rejec
tion of the following amendment as a sub.
stitute for the Bret teotiou mimu.a..
.. . .1.. &V, nil
the age or tweniy oue r.o, .
been a resident oi w"-" ',
next preceeding the eleotion, B.n '
nnnntv tOWUBliP, r w -
COUniy, H "I . . ... I,. ..
he resides, sucu .u.o -
videdby law, except such persons as have,
hnrna arms in support of any insurrection
Dome ruio i" oxri- rT ,
rebellion . gainst thegovernmento...e:u
ted Slates, or have Hell irom tneir P"""0
retidenceto avoid beingdralted into the mil
u ll u.rvL I thereof or have deserted the
itary flervioa thereol, or nave nm.n.
militarv or navai terviuo 6---
in time of war, and have not suoseuueu..j
k k.....y dinnharited from the same,
shall have Ihe qunnncnwouD - v..-.
and be entitled to vote at iu eteuuuus. ,.
; Ell. ft., r mnni ,
Speaker of the llouee of Reprutntalim.
ANDREW G. McUUttNEY,
!, I'residtnt of the Senate.
Passed April G, 18G7. ' -.(0""
April 8, 1867. . - :.
ftinle of Oit'o. Vtnton
B.R.Mile.,, KintiH, In court nwn n e
. against . . C vu
t . nii.).r.T,B. riAfpnannt. I ,
"Ii .,ri .u. ..,mon,l nf Vend LiXCCU
PU."B' , .l, e ; ,so ssued Iron, the court
T'-- -lf(h. nnnntv Of VllltOn, WKl
comuioii p,;. - - ,,,,. n,lhi
ZiZ door of t!.; Court o'use, in the Town
MXrthiir, m said county, on
McArthur, m said county, on
MONDAY, the 30th day of September,
A. IV 1807,
. . . r . J J Ilia Ana
at the hour oflO'r!o,;k: P. M nsuu ui.j,
divided equal half of tl.e following ii.uu u....
menta, to-witr .... . .::, i;mw
Part or tne nonn-wesi i(ii" - , :
Thirty s (.in,) Township Eleven 11, Range o xtom
(10 ) beginning one ttod South of the West Abuwwn
of the R. H , nunr tJie South-east oorner of tho Vil
Nni llvnmuth. Vinton county, Ohio;-
thence South ElL'ht m) Hods; lUonco East beyen
Hods; thence ftortn eai bu y, "
Ten (1ft) Kods, to me rinue v ui-kmi -'--
one-halt 'acre more or less; also, Vnc ud nR a certain
Mill belonfnug and attached to snid deeenbod prem-
ises. .. k n:uk.. ... aaM.lu
l Taken as the property m j. a.
a judgment or sam couri in i'r " """Vi.,
i Appaised at four hundred dollars and must brinR
two-thirds of that sum. . , '
ejerms ofsale-casn ,n nana. guocKEY,
Sheriff Vinton County. Ohio.
Wh. Mark, Alf'y for Pit'rt.
August 2, 1807-ow ' l .. ' i
VY B unknown to the petitioner, James trawlord,
will tike notice that the said James Crawford of
county ol Jaekson, in the State of Ohio, die", on
26th-day of January, A. D. 1806, file h' petition i
the court of common pleas within and for
county of Vinton, in said State, aeainst the said
William Crawford, and one Oorie Hartley, defend
ants, setting forth that the said William Ciawford
gave a mnrtiraKe io me sum weviiso
Weaf half of the North-east Quarter and the East
half of the North-weft quarter, oi oecuon
Thirty-four (No. 34,) 'lownslnp Number Ian
in f .. Nnmhcr Nineteen. (No. 1,1 oontulmnK
One Hundred and Sixty (18U) acres of land more
les, and situate in Vinton county, Ohio, to secure
payment of 7.00, according to a certain note
ferred to in said mortgage, and that since the gi ving
of said mortgage and bclore the filing of said petition
the said George Hartley, for naluable consideration,
j ..Jmnrimo. tn thA said Jnmes Crawford,
j :- .u.. uiniiam nrv.fori4 msv navihel
i.,i .Lid in said note with interest thereon
from the 27th day of December, 1862, or that
premises may be sold to pay tne aame ; ana
said Will iam Crawford is notinea tnai na is rei)uii.
to appear and answer said petition on or before
tniro oaturoay air ... - -"o,.
, -' M-j '': idAlniW ysflnf vr
By W. K. Hastibos, his Ait'y, ; . ,',',
August 23, 1867-6W ii " ! ' f
. SHERIFF'S SALE.:
ii . ,i;ini
Btati of Ohio, 'Vinton Com (y.- '-i : ' ' ,'
Shades a Beynolds : .) In court of common pleas.
nil.,.-Jti VMH ASrfof at sale. M
-rtilRHDANTto tb command (if a . vend! order
X gae in the above cause issued from the court
oommon pleas ot4aia vinion eounw, "u .u. "'
I rectod m i
. uitAr,n nt .airt An incv. L.W11I VUVt U. (HJUJIU
.i.at the door of the Court Honse, In theTewnof
MAl-frnilnmrri ffOflntr OI Vinton,
' Wednesday; the 25th day of Se;
M vr. r-.,A--i'f.I8"if W; ')!.''
at the hour of 1 o'oclqck r. . of said day, the follow;
1K I. ,! anri lAnAmentnl towit: J J" ,k
Jn-Lot Number Thirty (No. 30,) in h ,Tow;'
McArthur, Vinton county, Ohio. , . .
Taken as the property of Msfhias HniiiswArth
satisfy aiud(imeni oi saia coon m ' "J"1'
Yppraised at trnelintidrea-and fty dollars
must bring two-thirds of t W som-j; 1 4 Vrj e, '
i -joHN j' saoCKH,'
' I Shorln" Vinton county, Ohio,
T. Shades, in pcrsonu. :.vv :yi i I'i'-'i'l o
August 22, 1867.6t
iginargonce and the appreciation, and at tne same time
. (he irAb oI (lie piplli Th(,v mu8j bo studied
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