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OFFICE-In -tand Story of Bowen I
Building, North side of Mail Street, East of
Court House.
J. W. BOWESr Editor.
MoArthur,
October 23, 1872,
"Our Banner Streams in Light."
ONE PRESIDENTIAL TERM.
Pacification and Purification.
FIRM, TRI EdTaND TRU E.
No more Nepotism--No Presents--Ho
Bribes,
True Civil Service Reform.
THE LIVTHQ fSESEHT-HOI TEE DEAD PAST.
Charity to All Malice toward None.
Universal Amnesty Impartial Suffrage.
ONE COUNT rWONB PEOPLE
NO EAST HO WEST-go HOBTH-UnO "BOUTH.
ALL RIGHTS rOR ALL.
National Nominations by the People.
. FOB PRESIDENT,
HORACE GREELEY.
FOB VICE-PRESIDENT,
B. ORATZ BROWN.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS AT LiBOE,
Thomas Ewlng, Jr.
August Thiem.
DISTRICT ELECTOR,
OWEN X. GUNNING,
Official Vote of Ohio.
Four years ago this State gave
Gift-taker Grant 41,000 major
ity. Two years ago 15,000 negro
votes were added to the Radical
vote, making a majority of
56,000. .
The official vote at the elec
tion held October 8th for Secre
tary of State and Supreme Judge
is as follows:
SECRETARY OF STATE.
Wikoff.. 265,825
Wiley ....251,870
WikolFs majority 13,955
SUPREME JUDGE.
Welch...... .263,223
Green.. ,..::...:.:.:....;....252,G36
Welch's majority... 10,587
Last Fall Noyes' majority for
Governor was 20,168.
Wikoff has received 6,213
votes less than Noyes.
It only requires a change of
6,977 votes to carry the State for
Greeley and Reform next Tues
day week.
Let little Vinton do her part.
Let us give Greeley 181 votes
more than we gave Wiley 1
There is not Democrat in the
. State who does not, in his heart
of hearts, abominate the tyranny
which Grant has practised in
the South ; who does not despise
him for his meanness in putting
all his relatives into offices;
who does not hatethe tendency
lie shows towards overcoming
the people by military power;
and yet the Radicals hope that
Borne of these very men will
absent themselves from the polls
on the 5th of November.
The Radicals will - vote for
Grant they know no better.
But a Democrat, who directly or
indirectly aids in Grant's re
election, is deliberately sinning
against light and knowledge.
Ashtabula County.
The following is the official
vote of Ashtabula County: Wi
koff, Republican, 5,421 ; Wiley,
Democrat, 1,641. This is the
largest vote ever cast for a Dem
ocrat in Ashtabula.
Let every Democrat make
it his business to see that every
other Democrat in his neighbor
hood goes to the polls, and we
will certainly carry Ohio in November.
An Irontonian hooked
one hundred pound cat-fish.
The head of the varmint weighed
twenty pounds. ,
Michigan Prohibition Con
ventions invariably wind up with
a resolution pledging the. mem
herd not to vote for Grant the
drunkard.
ON TO VICTORY!
Let each and every Democrat and Liberal in the twelve town
ships of Vinton County put on his whole armor of political faith,
and together march in solid phalanx upon the now broken and
wavering lines of the enemy and the day is won won forever I
If you all come up manfully to the work on next Tuesday week,
November 5th, Ohio will be carried for Honesty and Reform J
The task is neither great nor difficult. All we have to do is to
go to the polls and vote our whole strength. 1 - r
The Presidential Campaign!
Liberal-Democratic Conference at
Columbus.
ENCOURAGING PROSPECTS!
On Wednesday last over one
hundred of the representative
men of the Democratic and Lib
eral Republican Parties met at
Thurman Hall, in Columbus, for
consultation on the political sit
uation. All parts of the State
were represented, and an active
campaign to get out the stay-at-home
vote was recommended.
Among those who participated
in the meeting were Pendleton,
Ewing, McCook, Dodds, McKen
ney and L. T. Neal. Nearly ev-
ery Radical, it was found, voted
at the late election to further aid
the fraud and corruption of that
party, while from fifty to five
hundred Democrats in a county
had neglected to vote.
Every man present at the
meeting was convinced in the
belief that a full Democratic and
Liberal Republican vote would
defeat Grant in Ohio, and all
gave the Liberal Republicans
credit for their activity in the
late canvass. No Democrat or
Liberal of Vinton county must
fail to vote for Greeley on Tues
day, November 5th !
ENCOURAGING PROSPECTS! South Carolina Election--
ENCOURAGING PROSPECTS! South Carolina Election--Gain of One Congressman.
An election for Governor and
State officers took place last
Wednesday in South Carolina.
The Democrats had no ticket in
the field, and the contest lay be
tween the Regular Radicals un
der one Moses, and the Bolting
Radicals under Tomlinson. Suf
ficient returns have been received
to indicate the success of the
Regular ticket by a large major
ity. The only organized opposi
tion made by the Democrats in
the entire State was shown in
the South Congressional Dis
trict, comprising the City of Co
lumbia, where Hon. Benj. F.
Perry, ex-Provisional Governor
under Johnson's administration,
defeated the Radical nominee,
Wallace, by a handsome ma
jority.
Don't give up the good ship
Ohio because the pirates have
captured Pennsylvania. Every
man to his post! Stand by the
guns! Victory is ours! . .
It cost Ben Eggleston just
$10,000 to be beaten for Con
gress in the First Ohio District
by Milton Saylee. He will
never run aga'in.
Go to the election and vote
for Greeley. He is pledged to
every measure best calculated to
promote the interests of the
WHOLE PEOPLE!
Virginia farmers are dis
posed to strike against the mill
ers, who only return a barrel of
flour for six and six and a half
bushels of wheat
There are 899 convicts .in
the Penitentiary now. There
were 900, but they hung Barclay
the other day.
The gross receipts of the
Western Union Telegraph Com
pany for the year ending the
30th ult., were $8,467,995.77.
The entire Cabinet have
been ordered to New York to
take the stump for their master,
Ulysses! ' -
Louis Napoleon is now ao
cused of writing letters to put
himself at the head of the In
ternational Society.
[Communicated.
Editor Enquirer As your
friend and proprietor of the
Record is amusing himself in
some silly reflections on one
who has said nothing concerning
him, I thought a brief notice of
his situation might not be out of
place, and perhaps is what he
most needs.
I will frankly inform your
friend of the Record that men
never get above nor go beyond
their destiny that I suppose he
is answering the end for which
he was made, namely: To show
the contrast between a man who
has a mintf of his own, and one
like himself who has none at
all.
It is not my province to ad
vise an editor in his profession,
but when Mr. Raper tries his
hand again he should load his
shell with something that men
like to read. His representation
of the Judge, which appears in
his paper of October 10th; is
probably amusing to himself and
other kittens of his party, but
men, (if there are any such in
the ranks of the Record.) who
think above the common level of
political slang and hate, have no
taste for such froth as emanates
from the brain of Capt John T.
Raper.
M. R. POTTER.
a choice lot of Boots, Shoes and
Gaiters for Bale at low figures.
Go to his Store and see his
choice stock of Goods.
At the last examination of
teachers, the following named
persons received certificates :
For Eighteen Months Rich
ard Craig.
For Twelve Months D. B.
Zeigler, K C. Swepston, II. C.
Allen and Tinsley Brown. .
For Six Months R. Rutledge,
N. C. Darst, C. E. Goodwin, Wm.
M. Walker, Jordan Booth, Sam
uel Nixon, Julia Wells, Lucina
Crowell and Rinda Crouch.
L. O. PERDUE,
Clerk Board of Examiners.
Personal. Hon. E. F. Bing
ham, of Columbus, and B. G. Al
lender, of Cincinnati, both for
mer residents of this town, were
here on a visit during the first,
part of the week.
Alfred Boyer, of Humboldt,
Kansas, formerly a' resident of
Vinton County, was visiting his
friends at Zaleski last week.
He left for the West Sunday afternoon.
Don't fonret to call at our
office and give us all items of
hews which you may have. Lo
cal items ' are what make your
home paper interesting, and un
less our friends assist in obtain
ing them, many times we must
necessarily miss some that are
worthy of note.
If vou have any kind of pro
duce for sale, take it to Duncan's
Store, in Zaleski, where you can
receive the highest market price
for it
The President has designated
Thursday, November 28th, as a
day of National Thanksgiving.
Does Grant desire the people to
thank him for stealing their hard
earnings, while he is smoking
and receiving presents at Long
Branch ? ,
E. B. Drake, who has been at
tending College at Oberlin for
several months past, is now in
the employ of the C. & II. V. R.
R, Company's Telegraph Office,
at Logan.
The Indianapolis Sentinel
publishes the ; names of thirty
negroes who voted thirty times
each at the late election in that
State.
The only negro who ran for
any office on any ticket in Ohio
was a man named Bunch, living
in Toledo, and the Grantites laid
him out as cold as a crow-bar.
Da. N. J. Bowim, Dentist, Mo
Arthur, Ohio.
DIED.
At tlio residence of her daughter. Mrs. James
McUlllivrav, in Jackson lowiiHlihi, Vinton
Countv, Ohio, on Friday, Octelrl8tb,187, Mm.
Susan Bartholoiikw, agod 78 years, 9 months
and 80 days.
Carrollton, 0 paper please copy.
SHERIFFS SALE I ,
Stat of Ohio, Vinton County.
Margaret Halnsworth, Plaintiff,
against
Matilda 8. llill, Defendant.
In Vinton County Courtof Common Plena. Or.
dor of Sale.
PURSUANT to the command of an order of
Halo Issued from tlie Courtof Common Pleas
of Vinton County, and to mo directed as Sheriff
of said County, I will offer fiir sale at the door
of the Court House, la the Town or McArthur,
Vinton County, Ohio, on
Monday, the 25th Day of November,
A.D. 1872, '
At the hour of o'clock P. M. of said day, the
following described lands and tenements, sltu
ato in the County of Vinton, and State of Ohio,
Tho' North-oast quarter of Section Number
Flfteon, (15.) Township Number Ten, (10.) nnd
Range Number Eighteen, (18,) and in the Dis
trict of Lands subject to sale at Chillicotho,
Appraised nt Two Thousand Four Hundred
Dollars, ($2,400,) and must bring two-thirds of
To besold as the property of Matilda S. Hill,
to satisfy an order of sale iHSued from tho Court
of Common Ploas In favor of Margaret Halus
worth. ...
Terms of Sale Cash In hand.
DANIEL BOOTH,
Sheriff Vinton County.
E. N. Barnhill, Attorney for Plaintiff.
October 21, 187S. 5v
gHERIFFS SALE !
Stntt of Ohio, Vinton County.
' - -fn 'mo Francis, Plaintiff,
against
John W. Jeffrey, Defendant.
In Vinton County Courtof Common l'lcaa. Or
dor of Sale.
PURSUANT to the command ot a vcndl order
of sale with 11. fa. clause, issued from the
Courtof Common Pleas of Vinton County, and
to me directed as Sheriff of said County, I will
offer for sale at the door of the Court House, in
tlie Town of MoArthur, Vinton County, Ohio,
on
Monday, the 25th Day of November,
A. D. 1872,
At the hour of l o'clock P. M. of said day, tho
following described lands and tenements, situ
ate in thu County of Vinton, and State of Ohio,
to-wit:
Commencing at a point In the Section line be
tween Suctions No. 8 and No. 0 in Township No.
10 and Kango No. 19, ten chains nnd fifty-eight
links South of the North line of said Sections
and said point being the South-west comer of a
tract of land containing t (17-100 acres, convey
ed by John Francis to William Francis by Deed
dated January 4, 1800, and recorded in Volume
7, Page 474 of the Record of Deeds lor Vinton
County, Ohio: thence South 04 degrees Knst B
chains and 50 links to the County ltond, and to
the South-east comer of said last-mentioned
tract: thence along Bald Road In a South-westerly
direction to said Section line; thence with
said Road aliout 0 rods ; thence in a North-westerly
direction about 81 rods to a Dead Oak Tree
standing in the South line of the North-east
quarter of the North-east quarter of said Sec
tion 8; thence East on said South line to said
Section line; thence North on said Section lino
between sections 8 ana u to tne piace oi begin
ning, containing S acres, more or less.
Appraised at Fifty Dollars, ($50.00) and must
bring two-thirds of that sum.
To be sold as the property of John W. Jeffrey
to satisfy a vendl order of sale issued from tho
Court of Common Picas in favor of Josse Fran
cis. Terms of Bale casn in nana at me lime oi
sale.
DANIEL. BOOTH,
Sheriff Vinton County.
D. B. Smth., Attorney for Plaintiff.
October 23, 1878 6w
gHEBITFS SALE.
State of Ohio, Viuton Count.
Dan. Will, Plaintiff,
against
Patrick McAllister et al., Defendants.
In Vinton County Court of Common Pleas. Or
der of Sale.
Pursuant to tho command of nn order of sale
In the above case issued from the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Vinton County, and temodirect
ixl iu SlierifTof said countv. I will offer for sale
at the door of the court House, in tne town oi
McArthur, Vinton county, 01110, on
Monday, the. 4th Day of Novem-
. ber. A- U,
At the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, the
following described lands and tenements, sit
uate in tlio county of Vinton, and Stuto of Ohio,
to-wit i
The northwest quarter of Section Number
Twenty -live, Toivusliip Number Eleven. Range
Mini ber seventeen, excepting me scnooi House
and Graveyard Lots, a more particular descrip
tion of tho same bclnir found in the Deed from
John Ilrown nnd wifo to said Daniel Will nt
date of December 20, 1805, to which Deed refer
ence is herebv made said premises being
known as the Sliry Farm, una containing one
hundred and sixty acres, more or less.
To bo sold as tlio nronertv of Patrick McAl
lister and Bridget McAllister, to satisfy an or
der of sale issued from tho Court of Common
Pleas in favor of Daniel Will.
Appraised at Five Thousand, Two Hundred
and Eighty (J.",2HO) Dollars, and must bring
two-thirds of that sum.
TKKMS OF sale Cash In hand.
DANIEL BOOTH,
Sheriff Vinton Co.
H.C. Jones. Att'y for Pl'ff.
October 2, 1872,-Bw
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AUDITOR'S
AUDITOR'S ANNUAL STATEMENT,
—OF THE—
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES
—OF—
Vinton County, Ohio,
—FOR—
The Year, Ending September 3, 1872.
:o:-
1 STATE FUNDS.
KKCKIPTfl.
Amount Collected on Duplicate, $11,384 80
RXI'KNDITITKIR.
Amount paid State Treasurer, 11,114 81
" Taxes Refunded, 14 18
" for Advertising Delinquent
Lands, 14 49
" Treasurer's per ccut. on Col
lections, 180 18
Total Expenditures,
111,884 86
COUNTY BUILDING FUND.
RKCEIPTS,
Amount Decembor Collections on Du
plicate. $3,019 in
EXPENDITURES.
Amount overpaid Sept. 1st, 1871, $ 100 53
" Orders Iiedeemed and Depos
ited, 1,015 64
" Treasurer's per cent, on De
cember Collection, 54 88
" Taxes Kefiinded, 64
" Paid for Advertising Delin
quent Lands, 6 01
" To Building and Infirmary
Fund, 1,885 48
Total Expenditures,
$3,019 S3
BUILDING AND INFIRMARY FUND.
RECEIPTS. ,
Balance in Treasury, Sept. 1st, 1811, $ 518 95
Amount Collected from E. Whitlntch, mi 13
From County Building Fund, 1.8H5 48
" Juno Collection on Duplicate, 3,560 SO
Total Receipts, $5,835 00
EXPENDITURES.
Amount Transferred to County Fund, $ 500 00
" Orders Redeemed and Depos
ited, 4,051 00
" Treasurer's per cent, on Col
lections on Duplicate, 51 86
" Treasurer's per cent on Col
lections from E. Whltlatch, 0 31
" Taxes Refunded, 4 99
Total Expenditures,
Balance in Treasury,
$4,(111 00
1,318 00
$5,835 06
BRIDGE FUND.
RECEIPTS
Balance In Treasury, Sept 1st, 1871, $3,080 91
Amount Collected on Duplicate, 1,101 11
Total Receipts, ' $10,683 03
EXPENDITURES.
Amount Orders Redeemed and Depos
ited, $1,331 05
union uoposiieu in Lunty
Fund.
1 50
140 83
0 38
945
" Treasurer's per cont. on Col
lections on Duplicate,
" Taxes Refunded,
" Paid for Advertising Delin
quent Lands,
Total Expenditures,
Balance in Treasury,
$1,888 15
8,399 81
10,083 03
COUNTY rOOR FUNS.
RECEIPTS.
Balance In Treasury Sept 1st, 1813,
Amount Collected on Duplicate,
$1,128 96
1,935 00
$8,054 60
Total Receipts,
EXPENDITURES.
Amount Transferred to County Fund, $ 500 00
Amount Orders Redeemed and Depoi-
r.i,
" Transferred to Special County
Fund,
" Treasurer's per cent on Col
lections on Duplicate,
" Taxes Refunded,
" Paid for Advertising Delin
quent Lands,
1,438 41
81 51
86 58
380
S41
Total Expenditures,
Balance in Treasury,
$3,061 81
m 3V
$3,054 56
COUNTY SPECIAL FUND.
RECEIPTS.
Balance 111 Treasury Sept. 1st, 1818, $ 83 51
Amount Collected on Duplicate, 19 13
" rrom county I'oor ruuu, 01 01
Total Receipts,
$18914
EXPENDITURES.
Order Redoentod and Deposited, (Re
demption Veteran Bund,)
Amount Transferal to County Fund.
106 00
88 S3
arritaurvr i'ur utiiit. uu vut
lections on Duplicate,
" Taxes Kofundcd,
" Paid for Advertising Delia,
quviit Lauds,,
Total Expenditures, $ 189 14
TOWNSHIP AND TOWNSHIP FOOR
FUND.
RECEIPTS.
Amount Collections on Duplicate, $8,500 81
EXPIENDITUKES.
Amount Orders Rodooniod and Depos
ited, " Treasurer's percent, on Col.
lections on Duplicate,
" Taxes Kefiinded,
- " Paid for Advertising,
8,003 68
TT81
4 35
4 68
Total Expenditures,
Balance in Treasury,
$3,118 91
1,441 89
$8,500 81
SCHOOL AND SCHOOL HOUSE FUND.
RI01IFTS.
Amount Collodions on Duplicate. $16,538 96
" School Ftind from State, . . ,m 00
" Collected from Meigs County, 60 00
" From Show Licenses, 81 50
" Interest Bortlon 16 from State, 100 49
10 Town-
ship, 811(9
Total Rocelpts,
$35,838 84
EXPENDITURES.
Amount overpaid Hopt 1st, 1811, $ 49
" Orden Uodoemod and Depos
ited, 14,051 14
" Treasurer's per cent on Col
lections on Duplicate, 164 96
" Treasurer's per cent on Col
lections from Meigs County, 60
Taxoi Refunded, 83 06
" PH for Advertising Delin.
uuent Lands, . 80 81
Total Expenditures,
Balance In Treasury ,
l,MM
0,9U TI
la
PRINCIPAL SECTION 16 FUND.
RECEIPTS.
Balance InTreasury, September 1, 1811,
Amount from Townships,
Total,
60
403 98
$ 404 64
EXPENDITURES.
Amount paid 8tate Treasurer,
" of Treasurer's per cant.,
Total Expenditures,
Balance In Treasury,
819 95
404
883 99
SO 65
$ 404 04
INTEREST ON SECTION SO FUND.
RECEIPTS.
Amount from State, $ 140 83
" " Township, SO 60
Total, $ 113 88
EXPENDITURES.
Amount Overpaid, September 1, 1811, 36 81
" Orders Redeemed and depos
ited, 135 68
" of Treasurer's per cent on
amount from Township, 31
Total Expend! lures,
Balance In Treasury,
103 01
11 83
113 83
PRINCIPAL SECTION 29 FUND.
RECEIPTS.
Balance In Treasury, September 1, 1871, $ 11
Amount collected from Townships, 835 98
Total, 830 69
EXPENDITURES.
Amount paid State Treasurer, 838 11
" of Treasurer's per cent., on
collections, 8 31
Total Expediturcs,
Balance In Treasury,
335 98
11
836 09
TOWNSHIP ROAD FUND.
RECEIPTS.
Amount of collections on Duplicate, $1301 40
EXPENDITURES.
Amount overpaid,
78
830 00
S41 89
supervisors' ncceipts ana
Taxos Refunded,
Orden Deposited,
Treasurer's percent, on collec
tions, paid for Advertising Delin
quent Lands,
S3 81
58
Total Expenditures,
Balance iu Treasury,
1099 18
801 63
$1301 40
CORPORATION FUND.
RECEIPTS.
Amount of Collections on Duplicate, $ 108 73
EXPENDITURES.
Amount of Orden Redeemed and De
posited, 81 03
" of Treasurer's per cent on Col-
lections, 8 33
" paid for Advertising Delin
quent Lands, SO
Total Expenditures,
Balance in Treasury,
91 04
TI 69
$ 108 13
ROAD DAMAGE FUND.
RECEIFTB.
Balance in Treasury, September 1, 1811, 535 19
EXPENDITURES.
Amount Orden Redeemed and Deposi
ted, OOO ID
AUCTION LICENSE.
RECEIPTS.
Amount Collected from C. W. Gist,
8 00
EXPENDITURES.
1 96
04
$ 800
Amount paid State Treasurer,
01 Treasurer's per cent on col
cectlon, Total Bxenditures,
SnOW LICENSE FUND.
RECEIPTS.
Total amount collected,
10 00
EXPENDITURES.
81 60
81 50
7 00
$ 10 00
Amount paid State Treasurer,
" . I4 ncnooi r unii,
" Treasurer's per cent
Total Expenditures,
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE FUND.
RECEIPTS.
Balance in Treasury, September 1, 1811, $ lis 98
Amount collected from School Examiu
ers.
150 60
Total,
830 48
EXPENDITURES.
1 53
834 96
836 48
Treasurer's par cont.
Balance in Treasury,
FECIAL TOWNSHIP FUND.
RECEIPTS.
Amount Collections on Duplicate, $3,603 14
EXPENDITURES.
Amount Ordors Rodccmod and Depot-
UX1, J,10 IV
" Treasurer's por cont. on Col
lections. 49 88
" Taxes Refunded, 8 99
Paid for Advertising Delin
quent Lauds, , , ,3 96
Total Expenditures,
Balance in Treasury,
$1,418 36
1,119 78
$3,598 14
REDEMPTION OF LANDS.
RECEIPTS. . 1
Amnont Tlnnni I t tw A. WllllOr. to
Redeem Lands, $45 78
EEPENDITURM.
Amount Charged In County Fund, $45 78
COUNTY FUND.
RECEIPTS. , ,
Amount Collected on Duplicate, $13,577 (6
" From County Poor Fund, NX) 90
" From lanrmarr Fund, ' . WOW
Jrom S,iu(,lnl C'oniitv Fluid. HI
Ilridjru Order lnjMisit"d in
County Fund, 1 &U
Fines from .Jiutli os, M f,l)
Advei tiHlng lelliiiiient Lands, 111 05
Costs Collected fioin Jui ksun
County, Statu vs. I iiiiiiuiiis, 114 81
Jury Foes from Mhui lir, 7D (JO
From Redemption of Lauds, 45 18
Total Rucolpts,
$15,013 13
EXPENDITURES,
Amount overpaid Sept lnt, 1871,
" Paid for Advertising
uuent Lands.
58 48
11 01
10 IB
341 14
5 86
1 15
13
ng Delin-
" 'Paxes Uuliinded,
" Treasurer's per cent. 011 'Col
lections on Duplicate,
" Treasurer's per cent, on Fines
from Justices,
" Treasurer's por cent, on Costs
from Jackson County, State vs.
Cummins,
" Treasurer's per cent on Jury
Fees from Sheriff,
'.treasurers por cent on
amount from Redemption of
Lands, 28
" Orden Redeemed and Depos
ited, 14,144 03
Total Expenditures,
Balance iu Treasury,
$14,405 S3
570 90
$15,043 13
AUDITOR'S OFFICE VINTON COUNTY,)
McArthur, O., October 13, 1813. j
I, WILLIAM W. BELFORD, Auditor of
Vinton County, Ohio, do hereby certify that the
foregoing Is a correct Statement of the Receipts
and Expenditures of Vinton County for the
year ending September 8d, 1873, as appears of
record.
WILLIAM W. BELFORD,
Auditor Vinton County.
October 16, 1872.
Guardian's Notice.
Probat Court, Vinton County, Ohio.
NOTICE is horehy given that Fetor Rcasoncr,
Guardian of SilenaC. Jones, a minor, has
filed herein his account with said ward for par
tial settlement; and that the samo will stand for
hearing on tho81st day of October, 1872, nt 11
o'clock A. M.
II. B. MAYO,
Octobor 9, 1873-4w . Probate Judge.
Legal Notice.
ALONZO J. EERGUSON, of the County of
Warren, in the State of Iowa, will take no
tice that Nathaniel Simouton and Rhoda G.
Ferguson, Administrator and Administratrix
of Henry Ferguson, deccasod, on the 13th day
of July, A. D. 1873, filed their petition in tlio
Probate Court within and for tho County of
Vinton and State of Ohio, alleging that tho
personal estate of said decedent is fnKiiillcient
to pay his debts and the charges of administer
ing his estate; that he died seized in fee Bimplo
of the following described real estate, situate
in the County of Vinton and State of Ohio, ami
bounded and described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at the North-cast cornerof Section
Number Seven, (7.) In Township Eloven, (11.) of
Range Sixteen, (10,) in the Ohio Company's Pur
chase; thenco west on the North line of said
Section, sixty-four (04) chains nnd fifty (50)
links, to tho center of Big Raccoon Creek;
thence down said Creek to the mouth of Hew
itt's Fork: thence up said Hewitt's Fork to tlio
East line of said Section; thence North twenty
nino (20) chains and fifty (50) links, to the placo
of beginning; containing Ono Hundred and
Thirty-six and one-fourth (180') acres, bo the
same more or less; andthnt tho suid Rhoda (.
Ferguson, as widow of said decedent, Is entitled
to dower in said premises, subject to tlie mort
gage of him, the said Alonzo J, Ferguson,
thereon, for $141.00.
The prayer of said petition is for tho sale of
tho said premises free of and unencumbered by
the dower of the said Rhoda G. Ferguson, and
that she may receive, after the payment of snld
mortgage, a sum of money in lieu of her dower,
according to the Statute in such case made and
provided.
Said petition will be for hearing on the 10th
day of November, A. D. 1873, or as soon there
after as leave can lie obtained.
NATHANIEL SIMONTON,
RIIODA (J. FERGUSON,
Administrator and Administratrix of Henry
Ferguson, deconscd.
October 10, 1872.-4W
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