OFFICE-In Kecond Ktory of H""1''
.SuilnV; North side of Main Street. Kmt f
j. w. nOWKN. Editor.
MoArthur, - October 16, 1872.
"Our Banner Streams in -Light " .
onl ,MESIWil,AL TER$
Pacification and Purification.
FIRMjTRI EDAND TRUE.
No mere Nepotism-No Presents--i
No Bribes. :
True Civil Service Reform.
IHB LIVIHO PKE8EHfiOT THE DEAD PA8T.
Charity to All Malice toward Hone.
Universal Amnesty-Impartial Suffrage.
ONE COUNTRWttE PEOPLE.
HO EA3T-H0 E8T-Bo 0BTH-SO SOUTH.
ALL RIGHTS TOR ALL.
National Nominations by the People.
B- ORATZ BROWN
PRESIDENTIAL SLKCTOHS AT LAROX,
Thomas Xwing, Jr.
D1BTBI0T ELECTOR, '
OWEN X. GUNNING,
Official Vote of Vinton
In this paper will be found
the official abstract of the votes
cast in the twelve townships of
this county; for the various
State, District and County offices,
on the 8th inst.
Last Fall the Democrats poll
ed 1,481 votes for Col. McCook,
and the Radicals 1,249 for Gen.
Noyes ; Democratic majority,
232. It will be seen by the vote
of this year that the -Democrats
and Liberals have polled 1,501
votes for Gen. Wiley for Secre
tary ot btate. zU votes more
than last year: while the Radi
als have polled 1,285 votes for
Mr. Wikoff, 36 more votes than
About 100 Democrats of. the
several townships did 'not vote
this vear. three-fourths of whom
stay-at-homo voters. " Soundest
of the most sound Democrats,
but are always at home on elec
There are men in this county
who value their votes very
cheaply; these men can be
bought for a "mess of pottage."
And there are men who grow
angry at '.the idea of negro
ciitYpo re a Vmf wJia irof tralim ilia
right to vote so cheaply that
they can scarcely be persuaded
to go to the polls; and Demo
crats there are who pride them
selves on being so strict in the
faith that they can tamely suffer
themselves to be beaten by the
most unscrupulous mass of ad
versaries they were ever called
upon to encounter. . They are
much too good to support Gen
eral Wiley, and so they con
tribute, by supiness, to elect Wi
koff, and to give their whole
moral force to the Grant faction.
To the of Vinton
' The Democratic Stato Central
Committee have issued an ad
dress to the Democracy of Ohio,
which we print in this paper.
It is a sensible document, and
we" ask every Democrat to care-
ft.n J i it
tuny react anu iiecu li
lt is especially addressed to
stay-at-home Democrats. .
' Democrats want a change in
the Administration of the affairs
of the Government Yes. von
all do. Then go to the polls on
Tuesday, November 5, and vote
for a change ! Take you Demo
cratic and Liberal Republican
neighbor with you 1 Take all
your neighbors with you who
will vote for Greeley and an
Honest Administration !
Col. W. M. Grosvenor, of Mis
souri, who so ably addressed the
people of Vinton county at Ham
den, a few days previous to the
election, has received the nom
ination for Congress by the Dem
ocrats and Liberal Republicans
in the St. Louis district
Tt is stated the majority for
Cundy for Congress in this dis
trict is 2,000. , ; ! . . . :
—TO THE— DEMOCRACY OF OHIO!
Democratic State Executive Committee
Columbus, October 14th, 1872.
To the Democracy of Ohio:
The result of last Tuesday's
election shows that Ohio was
lost by theMure to "poll the
usual uempcrauc vote. Morti
fying as is the fact,1 justice to the
Liberal Republicans,, and an
earnest desire to. retrieve the
misfortune, require us to declare
it. In our chief towns the Lib
eral strength exceeded our most
sanguine estimates. In 'y the
country it fell short .but the ag
gregate of Liberals in city and
country who voted our ' btate
Ticket, added to the Democratic
vote of 1868, would have ' over
come the Republican majority
at that election and the .negro
vote combined, and given us vie
tory. ' -
Can we repair the mischief?
We can. Four-fifths of -the
Democrats who stayed at home
last Tuesday can be induced to
vote for Greeley in November.
Those who will absolutely refuse
to go to the polls will be coun
terbalanced in numbers by those
Republicans : who went against
us last Tuesday, but will vote
for Greeley. We have only to
poll our usual Democratic vote to
snatch from defeat a glorious
victory. The Liberals stretch
forth the hand. Shall we refuse
to take it? The prostrate and
plundered South cries out for
help. Shall we be deaf to their
appeal? By Greeley's election
we can restore prosperity and
good government to the South,
kind feeling to the now hostile
sections, honesty and honor to
the civil service ; respect for the
Constitution and laws to the Na
tional Administration. Could
we do more with a Democrat in
the Presidency ? Could he ex
pect that co-operation in Con
gress which Mr. Greeley would
command ? Are patriotic Demo
crats willing to lose all the
beneficent results, of a vic
tory out : of a personal hostil
ity to Greeley, or disgraceful
lethargy ? Are Ohio Democrats
ready to let . out yi pure and
proud State become debauched
and hopelessly subjugated, like
Pennsylvania, by hordes of mer
cenaries paid by public plunder ?
Fellow Democrats ! Our union
with the Liberals in Ohio has
not been fruitless. It has given
us Hamilton county by near six
thousand majority, which secures
the Constitutional Convention
and the Legislature and an Uni
ted States Senator next year, if
we make a brave fight this Fall.
Should both Ohio and. Penn
sylvania go for Grant', the
chances are still in " favor of
Greeley's election. Connecticut,
New York, New Jersey, and In
diana, added to those border and
Southern States which are. cer
tain for .Greeley, will give him a
clear majority. .
We have already by a vigorous
and aggressive fight, forced the
Grant party to its knees, and can
conquer.it in November. ;
Fellow Democrats: Work till
November, heartily and hope
fully. The Liberals will take
care of themselves. Let every
Democratic County Committee
get a list of those Democrats in
each township who failed to vote
last Tuesday, and direct . its
efforts to them. Bring out this
laggard vote, and the fight is
won in Ohio and the Republic.
John G. Thompson, Chairman;
M. A. Daugiierty,
E. B. Esiielman, Secretary; '.
Democratic State Ex. Com.
The Cincinnati Enquirer says:
"Mr. Greeley is not despond
ent in the least. We like his
pluck. He is worthy to be the
leader of a great party. We are
ready to go under fire - for him
again." . . '
Let every honest man in Vin
ton county march to the polls on
Tuesday, the 6th of November,
and vote for Mr. Greeley I
William II. Seward died at
his residence in Auburn, in New
York, on-the afternoon of the
10th. He was born in the Coun
ty of Orange,-in that Statein
1801, and was consequently in
the T2d yt?ar of bis ago. :
Encouraging Address by the
Liberal State Committee
The Liberal State Committee
of Missouri have issued an . ad
dress .to the 1 Liberals of -Mis-souri,
in. which the recent elec
tions aro reviewed and much
hope for the future expressed.
It is, elaimetj thaUajithe, Southr
em States, excepting North ana
South Carolina and Mississippi,
will go for Greeley,' giving him
ninety-eight electoral votesr-
New. York, New Jersey, daaneic
ticut, Indiana, Nevada and Mis
souri are regarded as certain foi
the Liberal ticket,- giving eighty
three . more' ( votes' or' l! enough
within", three ' to elect .. freW
Hampshire, Wisconsin, Minne
sota, California, and, Illinois, al
though doubtful, are considered
almost certain for Greeley. ' 'At
east enough Votes will be ob
tained from them to render vic
tory in November sure, J;,,. .. v '
Good Reading for Democrats.
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer.]
[From the Cincinnati Enquirer.] Palmyra, O., Oct. 12, 1872.
Editor, Enquirer: ,. Urge, the
Democratic voters .to support
Greeley ; we can carry Ohio by
10,000 majority if they will turn
out. Thirty voters of this town
ship were not out to the election;
we we will have them out next
election. They ; begin to see
where they, erred, and all of the
townships hereabouts can , in
crease their majorities from ten
to twenty. Quite a number of
Republicons will vote for Mr.
Greeley that voted : the Re
publican State Tickets
G. ROSE. 25.
.. On the first page of this paper
will be found i 25 reasons why
Horace Greeley ought to be
elected rresiaent, ana zo rea
sons why Long Branch Grant
should not be re-elected. , .
Read the 50 reasons careful
Vote for Greeley !
The Democrats ; and Liberals
have carried Connecticut . by.
about o,UOO majority at the char
A Dm, a Im Ua A ....... An U..H
day morning, October 13, 187, of Fever, Miss
Amy Louisa Liaoh, aged 18 years, 10 montln,
NOTICE li hereby given that the undersigned,
bu been appointed and qualified a Ad.
miniatratrix on the eatate of Jantea H. llundjr,
laie oi n aaninrion
ouniy , iowa,
8A.RAU A.MUNDY, Adm'jfl
October 16, 1871-iw
Leander HI. Jonet Heirs,
trobatt Court, Vinton County, Ohio. . ,
"M OTICE li herolir that Jeise IT. Jonei. ai
Guardian of illjah K., Leander V., and
je8e m. jones, minora, naa niea nifl accounw
With aaid wards, for partial lettlement j and
that tlio bearingorthe aame is set for 8ATUK-
1IAI, HOVMUJCKtll, lWlatlUooloc A. M,
' II. B. MAYO,
October IS, 1S7S-4W f rpbato JudRe.
LONZO J. KERGUSON, of the County 6f
j. warrpn, in ineniateoi iowa, win taneno
tice that Matbaniol Bimonton and Khoda O.
Ferguson, Adiniuuttrtor anil Administratrix
of Henry Ferguson, died. ft tl'P 9'h day
of July. A. If. im. filed their net tlou in the
Probate-Court within and for the County pf
i lotvo aua niaie -ui vino, aiiogina; nine mo
personal estate Of said decedent Is iusufttcient
to pay his debts and the charges of admlulster
lug bis estate; that he died seleed in fee simple
of the following described real estate, situate
in the County of Vinton and Btate of Ohio, and
uuiinuou ana awicriuea as louows, co-wii;
Beginning at theNorth -east comer of Section
Number Seven, (7.) In Townihip Eleven, (11.) of
Kange eixteen, (KHHn tns (jnioiompany srur
chwie; thence Wet on the North line or said
Hection. sixty-four (64) chains and -flftv (60)
links, to (he center of Big Raccoon Creek;
thence dowa said renk to the mouth of Hew
itt's Fork: thence up said Hewitt's fork, to the
fcast line of said Section! thuc Marti) twenty
nine m clialus and fifty (Ml) links, to thS plao
of beginning; containing One Hundred and
Thirty -sl and one-fourth (liWjO acres, be the
same more or less! and that the said Khoda O.
Ferguson, as widowof said decedent, is entitled
to dower in said premises, subject to the mprt-
Sage or mm, tne nam aiodio j, rerguson.
tereon. for W41.00. - i
The prayer of said petiti6n is for the sale of
ine ssia premises iree or ana Benoerooevea Tiy
the dower of the said Khoila ti. Ferguson, and
that alia mar receive, after the payment or said
aconrUina to litt SaWl )) sued ease made and
provldedT ' .
Haid petition will lie for hearing on Uie lflth
amy oi itoveinoer, A. V. mix, or aa soon mere
after as leave can be obtained.
Administrator and Administratrix of .Henry,
orgusou, neceaaea. .' - 1
October It, lH7,-sw
gHIElTF8 8AIE. . : ' :
Btatt of Ohio, Vtuto County . .
; . pn. will, rislntiir, ' :
against , t
Patrick MoAllliter et. ai., Defendants. ,
In Vinton County Court of Common Pleas. Or.
. . . . dor of Bale.
Pursuant to the command of an order of sale'
In the above case Issued from the Court or (m
mon Pleas of Vinton County, and to medirect
ed as Sheriff of said oonntyl I will offer for sale
at the door of the Court ilouse, in- the tow of
MeArthnr, Vinton county, iMilo, on
Monday, the 4th Day df Novem'
ber, A- D. 1872,
At the hour of 1 o'clock P.M. of said day, the
following described lands and tenements, sit
uate in tit county of V Inton. and State of Ohio,
to-wlti .. . '
The northwest quarter of Section Number
Twenty-five, Townihip Miwaher Kleven, Kange
Mumlwr Seventeen, excepting ttie School House
and uraveyara loui. a mora uartlcuia iMsnrip
tlon of the same belne found In the uet-il fraim
John Brown and wife to said Daniel Will at.
date of Heeemlier M, 1H8S, to which Deed refer
ence Is hereby made eald premises being
known as the Shry Farm, and containing- one
uunureu ana sixty acres, more or less.
To be sold as the property of Patrick McAl
lister and Bridget Mo A II liter, to satisfy an or
der of sale issued from the Court of Common
Pleaa In favor of Daniel Will.
Annralsad at Five Thousand. TWO Hundred
and klghty (fltSKI) Dollars, and must bring
twn-enmu oi inacsnm.
TiaNi or Balis Csuih in hand,
i v WAN l KL BOOTH,
Sheriff Vinton Co,,
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
Vinton County, Ohio,
The Year, Ending September 3, 1872.
I... STATE FUNDS..
' . RKCKIPTH. ''
AnioiRi't yrj8(TU'fl on Diililluate, ; f 11,1)84 K
k. .- ; . KXPEXniTDREH. . , '.
Aiiiomlt paid Stato Treasurer, ' 11,174 81
, : Taxes Refunded, " 14 78
for Advertising Delinquent
!;;t Lands,. . 14 40
" Treasurer's per cent, on Col-' '
.. . ? lections, , . , . 180 78
COUNTY BUILDING FUND. ;
... ' . RECEIPTS,
Amount December Collections on Du-
Amount overpaid Sept. 1st, 1871, 106 5J
" Orriei-s ltedoemed aud Depos
ited, 1,015 01
Treasurer's por cent, on Do,
ceraber Collection, M 88
. " Taxes Refundotl, 64
Paid for Advertising Dclin
; quent Lands, . . 6 01
" To Building and Inflrmary
Fund, .1.835 43
' Total Expenditures,
BUILDING AND INFIRMARY FUND.
! , j RECEIPTS.
Balance n Treasury, Sent. 1st, 1871, $ B18 85
Amount Collected from E. Wnitlatch, U21 IS
i From County Building Wind, 1,8.15 43
" June Collection on Dtijillcate, ,B0 30
Total Receipts, $5,835 06
Amount Transferred to County Fund, $ COO 00
" Order Redeemed and Depqs-
Hod, 4,051 oq
Treasurer's per cant, on Col
lections on Duplicate. 51 8Q
' Treasurer's por cent, on Col- '
lections from K. Whitlatch, 9 SI
" Taxes Refunded, 4 99
' Total Expenditures,
Balance in Treasury,
k' - ; ' .. RECEIPTS , ":' '
Balance in Treasury, Sept 1st, 1871, $2,W0 91
Amount Collected on Duplicate, 1,701 11
Total Receipt,.". $io,68SO
, ; ' BXPINOITtTRES.
Amount Orders Redpemed and Deiiog.
' . Onlers Denosltod In County
' Treasurer's por cent, on Col.
lections on Duplicate,
' Taxes Refunded,
" . Paid for Advertising Delin
Rajnnce in Treasury,
COUNTY FOOH FUND
Balance in Treasury Sppt, 1st, 1873, $1,188 9A
Amount (Joiiectrn on Duplicate,
Amount Trausfcrrcd to County Fund, $ 600 00
Amount Orders Redeemed and Depos
ited, 1,428 47
Transferred to Special County
uml, 87 61
" Treasurer's pes cent, on Col
lections on Dunlicute, 86 68
" .. Taxes llefunded, i S
" Paid fur Advertising Delln-
quent Lands, '41
Balance In Treasury,
COUNTY SPECIAL FUND.
Balance in Treasury Bcpt. 1st, 1878, $
Amount Collected on Duplicate, "
" From County Poor Fund, .
Orilor Redeemcil anil Ptiposifei, (Hi't
iiii.jjui'u t eieruii jtunti,
Amount Trausuired to County Fund,
- . treasurers per eeui, on i ()i
. lections on Duplicate,
I " Taxea Rel'uniicd,
. 'V Paid for Advertising Dclin-
' Nni!Xaiiils, .. ,,r
I 139 74
TOWWHfL' ANJ TOWNSHIP POOR
, ' RECEIPTS,
Amount Collections on Duplioa'te, $4,5H0 81
Amount Orders Redeemed and Depot-
Itedj ' , .' 8,038 68
i : " Treasurer's nor cent, on fill.
lections on Duplicate,
" Taxes Refunded,
" Paid for Advertising,
Balance in Treasury,
SCHOOL AND SCHOOL HQUBF. FUND.
' ' RECEIPTS.
Amount Collections on Duplicate, $16,683 M
" skiiool Fund from State, 8,885 OO
' " (ollecteil (ram Moigt County, UO 00
" From Show Licenses, ' ' HI 60
" Interest Section 16 from Slate, ?W 49
ship, ' 817 89
Total Receipts, ' '
"Amount overpaid Sept 1st, 1871, $
' Treasurer'a pe cnt, Col.
. lections on Duplicate, 1(M Dfi
" Treasurer' per cent, on CoU
lection from Molg County. 60
" Taxes Hcfunde.1, 88 00
. " Palil forAdvertising Delln-
: quent Lands, 80 83
Balance lu Treasury,
. V4 to k . , 4 -i
PRINCIPAL SECTION 10 FUND.
Bnlaiu'e in Treasury, S. ptenilier 1,1871, 66
Amount from '1'owinhliix, . 403 98
Total, ' ' $ 404 04
Amount pnld State Treasurer, . , 879 95
" of Treasurer's per cent., 4 04
Balance in Treasury,
$ 404 64
INTEREST ON SECTION 89 FUND.
.... , -, ... RECEIPTS. .
Amount from State,
i, ti Township,
$ 140 88
Totay- , ; $ 178 88
Amount Overpaid, September 1, 1871, 80 81
" Orders Redeemed and depos
ited, 135 68
" of Treasurer's per cent on
amount from TowuHhlp, 87
Balance in Treasury,
PRINCIPAL SECTION 89 FUND.
Balance In Treasury, Septemherl, 1871, $ 71
Amount collected from Townships, 885 96
Amount paid State Treasurer,
. " of Treasurer's per ceut., on
Totnl Expediturcs, , .
Balance in Treasury,
TOWNS.??!! BQAp FUND. ,
Amount Qf collections on Duplicate, $130140
. " Supervisors' Receipts and
" Onlors Deposited,
" Treasurers per cent, on collec
tions, " paid for Advertising Dollp,,
Total Expenditures, .
' Balance in Treasury,
Ainpuuf of Collections on Duplicate, $ 168 73
Amount n( Onlprs If eiloenico; nm De
posited, ' ' 87 68
" of Treasurer's per sent, on Col
" lections, " , 8 88
" paid for Advertising Delin
quent Lauds, , 80
I 108 78
ROAD DAMAGE FUND.
Bajance in Treasury, September 1, 1871, 635 19
Amount Orders Redeemed and Deposl.
ted, 635 19
' : : jtECKiPTg. , , .
Amount Collected from C, W, Gist,
i , - EXPENDITURES.
Amount paid Stato Treosuror,
" " of Treasurer's per cent, on col -cectlnn,
Total Exenditures, .
SHOW ffvrJKSR rFND-
. ' WIP1S).
Total animmt cnllpcteil, ; . fp 00
Amount paid State Treasurer,.': 111 60
" to School Fund, 81 50
" , Treasurer's per ceiil. . 7 00
Total Expenditures, . $ 70 00
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE . FUND
Bojancein Treasury, September 1, 1871, $ 17S 98
An(iii c))ocf i f !1?)!I','l'h(' Kxuniin-
Total, ' - 826 48
Treasurer's nor cent.
I In Trc
Balance In Treasury,
8PKC.UL TOWNSHIP FUND.
Amount Collections ou Duplicate, $9,508 14
Amount Orders Redeemed and Depos-
Itod, 1,416 79
" Treasurer's per cent, on Col
lections, 49 83
" . Taxes Refunded, 8 Vi
" Paid for Advertising Delin
quent Lands, $86
Bulonco In Treasury,
REDEMPTION OF LANDS.
' . RECEIPTS,
Amount Deposited by A. Wllbor, to'
'Rodoem Lands, $45 71
Amount Chargod ln County Viini, j flj
, COUNTY FUND. '
Amount Collected on Duplicate, ' - $18,677 86
From Count Poor Fund, . 600 00
. Froni Inflnuary Jufld) - - KX) 00
Total Receipts, $15,01318
" From Special County Fund,
". Brtilire Order Deposited in
" Fines from Justices,
" AdvertlHinglulini)uunt Lauds,
' ", Coats Collected from Jackson
County, State vs. Cummins,
" Jury Fees from Sheriff, -"
. From Kcdomptiou of Lands,
Amount overjiaid Sept. 1st, 1871,
, 88 48
x a... lur jvuveniping lieiin-
Treasurer's per cent, ou Col
lections on Duplicate,
Treasurer's per cent on Finos
Treasurer's por cent, on Costs
from Jaokson County, State vs.
Treasurer's por cent, on Jury
Feos from Sheriff,
Treasurer's . por - cent - on
amount from Redemption of
OrHnnt T? ml -ml n.nn.
Balance lu Treasury,
AUDITOR'S OFFICE VINTON COUNTY,)
, MoArthur, O., October 18, 1878. J
I.WILLIAM W. BELFORD. Auditor of
Vinton County, Ohio, do hereby oortll'y that the
foregoing is a correct Statement of the Receipts
and Expenditures of Vinton County for the
year ending September 3d, 1878, as appears of
WILLIAM W. BELFORD,
Auditor Vinton County.
October 10, 1872.
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Probate Court, Vinton County, Ohio:
NOTICE is hereby given that Daniel 8hurts,
Guardian of Flnloy Thompson, minor, has
Died li accounts herein for partial settlement,
and that the same Is sot for hearing on 84th day
of October, A. D. 1878, at 10 o'clock A. M.
'- H. B. MAYO, Probate Judge.
October 8, 1871tt '
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Anthony's FJre, ICose or 12ryslpc
Ihs, , Tetter, JUieum. Scald
Head, ltlnKrworm, and Ititcrnal
cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,
nnd .Liver. It also euros other com
plaints, to which it would not seem especi
ally adapted, such as Dropsy, Dyspep
sia, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease,
Female Weakness, Debility, and
LiCUCOrrlioea, when they are manifesta
tions of the scromlous poisons.
'Tt is1 an excellent restorer of health and
strength in the Spring.'' l)y renewing the
appetite and vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissipates the depression and listless lan
guor of the season. Even where no disorder
appears, people feel better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. The system moves
on with renewed vigor and a new lease of
life. . ,
Dr. J. C, AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass,,
jProettoo! ctnst Jinnlytioal ChmUt$.
SOU) ST AIX.DKU(JGI6TS rVJEYWKERB.
rvN MAItRIAOE.-Hnppy liillel r,,i Voxiiir
W Mim lro.il thHeffrctH of Li iuih uiiUbii.t'
i?.i?.'f!'.y lir"-, A1''bod rchtored. Aeivpti
debility cured. Impediments to Alaiilttue r
'"""'V!' liei.liufi.t. ewald
senilis ,e,,,U'."1"'- iltmb "l ClreullUS
sentlYeo, In scaled enveloiieH.
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Probittt Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
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October 0,1878-w ISobaeiudge.
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To Non-Resident Free-Holclor.
OUGLAS PUTNAM will take notice that
of Vinton County, Ohio, upon a petition for tho
dstablishment of a County Itoad io Knox Town,
ship, viewers wore nnpoiutcd to meet at G. It.
Boll's, in said Township, on the lth day of Oo.
toher, A. D. 1878, at tho hour of 10 o'clock A. M.
of said day, to lay out nnd establish a County
Uoad along the following described route, to.
Beginning nt County Rood leading from
Moonville, Vinton County, to Albnnv, Athena
County, at G. It. Bell's gate; thenco iu a north,
westerly direction through lnndn owned by said
G. It. Bull, liicliey's heirs, Inrael Chosser, Wm.
S. McWhortor, John Martin and James Mc
Whortcr, to a sugur tree in front of tho School
House In Sub-District Ho. 8, in Knox Town,
ship; thence in a more westerly direction,
through lands owned by J. I). Martin, Douglas
Putnam, and the M. A C. It. 11. Coinpunv, to the
road leading from Athens to C'oe'a Mill, and
there to terminate.
JOHN MARTIN, Principal Petitioner.
September 85, 1818. 4 w
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