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J. . W., KOWEN, Kdltor.
McArthur,;. J'mwmj W 1873,
The great Babel of ectfuianism
that has been built up in our .land
has caused a fearful confounding of
tho "Christian tongue. The lan
guage aud terms of the Bible have
beeu changed and subverted.
Strango words have been devised
by which to express opinions and
practices peculiar to this tall Tower
and this new way by which to as
cend to heaven. You can scarcely
attend an experience meeting or
listen to a sermon without being
painfully imprcRscd with this con
fusion of tongues. Tho plain, sim
ple storv of tho cross, the pure lan
guage of Canaan, has been changed
into, the terms of sect and creed and
contending faction. For the church
of Christ you hear Methodist, or
Presbyterian, or Disciple church.
At tho camp-meeting or in the
class-room you hear men glory in
being "born a Methodist," "living a
Methodist," "dying a Methodist,"
"hoping to go to heaven a Metho
dist" Other denominations talk in
the same way, and some of our own
church aro not a whit less sectarian
in all their notions and sympathies.
What a sad confounding and confu
sion of tho Christian tongue, of the
simple story of tho cross! When
will men be content to glory simply
in being called of Christ to be his
humble followers, and in being sim
ply brethren and companions with
other souls washed at the same
crimson fount and saved by the
same crucified Jesus? Surely after
a lapse of eighteen hundred years
we ought no longer uety tne teacu
ing of Christ by our divisions, and
persist in our carnality by being of
Paul, Apollos, and Cephas. "Is
Christ divided? Was Paul crucified
for yon?" Did Wesley 'die for men,
and was redemption unfinished till
Luther had expired? It seems to
us that if Wesley and Luther and
Judson and others could look down
from heavenand sec tho sectarian
boasting of thtif names and their
teachings, they would feel like re
minding men onco more that Christ
is the , Founder, the Head, the
Leader of . the church, and that
names, .titles,' and , honors belong to'
him, and riot to erring, sinful men.
Why' factions and sects should wish
to found systems and write creeds,
after having this perfect code and
canon of Scripture, we cannot imag
ine. Why they should confound
tho simplicity- of faith with "tho
words which man's wisdom, teach
eth," while there' iies before them a
Bible written in the "words which
the Holy Ghost teacheth," is not
easily explained, especially with
these words before us: "If any
man teach otherwise, and consent
not to wholesome words, even the
words of our Lord Jesus Christ,
... he is proud, knowing
nothing, but doting about questions
and strifes of words," etc., and, "Of
these things put them in remem
brance, charging them before the
Lord that they strive not about
words to no profit, but the subvert
ing of the hearers."
Alas, how this tall Babel of sect
ism has destroyed the simple lan
guage of Scripture teaching and
Scripture confessions ! This simple
avowal, "I believe that Jesus Christ
is the Son of God," is changed, is
enlarged into a system of divinity
and drawn out into complex and in
expliciblc "articles of faith." The
simple truth upon which the peni
tent soul could at once take easy
and firm hold has been dogmatized
and mystified till doctors of divinity
themselves dispute its meaning:,
and wrangle over the definitions of
their own indefinable tenets. But,
thanks be to God, the builders of
this sect-Babel can no longer un
derstand each other's words. Work
upon the great Tower is therefore
ceasing, and the people are return
ing to the one Book, the one Master-builder,
tho one language, the
one brotherhood, and tho one way
into the shecpfold.
FRAMING IN ARIZONA.
; A New York Tribune corres
pondent thus reports what "the
Judge" told about farming in
Arizona: "Do you know how
they carry on agriculture down
there VI asked . the Judge,
"There was a fellow who hired
himself out as a farm hand in
Arizona, and the first day his
master told him to cut some
wood. So he asked for an axe,
but, the farmer said, 'No, we
don't cut wood with an axe
here,' and he gave him a sledge
hammer to- knock .and. break
off the mesquit which they
burn downr there, ,The next
day John was ordered to cut
$ome hay, and . was ; looking
about for the scythe, when his
master said, 'We don't cat hay
- with scythe'' down here,' and
V lifuPavft Iiim a lio in rnf. dnwn
the woody, stalks with' which
they swindle the horses there
for hay. ;' The - third ; morning
Ihil farmer . called his man to
cme'iftut and plant corn. John
flooRcd for' tho hoe, but his mas-,
.tor' kald, "We' donV plant corn
wiifc'iVhoe out; ;here and' gave
him u crow-bar with ; which to
punch holes in ,i the ground
wherein to drop 'Corn, and John '
left the.Vobuntry is disgust at
tbvt Iciod bf foriD work." '" '-
DELINQUENT TAX SALE!
TAX AND PENALY OF 1871 AND SIMPLE
TAX OF 1872.
Ihe Lands, Lots, and Part of Lots,' relumed Delinquent by the Treasurer of Vinton
county, Ohio, together with the Taxes and Penalty charged thereon agreeably to law, nro
contained and described In the following lint, viz.:
Jones, Mason 1
( lark, 0. 1.
Murryman. Anny A.
Menken, Joseph W.
V if ken, John 1.
( lurk, O.V.
Mc'Ciirtv, K. J.
Allison, Win. 11.
Henn, Joseph 11.
Crosby, Lew in
Hrandcrbunrh, E. II.
Hobo, Arvl in
While, Jacob 1(1
Brewer. Thomas J. HI
Conned, Thomas III
Uilibons, Jaines (Guardian) IB
Rnughman. William Hi
Finney 4 Carpenter 11)
iruid f i.iufrnniiAi. 1 Hit
Cartlodge, Isaac It. 17'
Loekwood, Joshua 17
Mitchell, Cvntha 17
(JrandstalT, N. C.
Snvder, Smith (heirs)
Ilrown, Elijah (heirs)
Smith, It. K. & Co.
Huffman. Zlmeon (heirs)
Tn'tnmii, Jolin W.
linker, John S.
'. Ilrown, Elijah
Lawrence, David A.
Itosslter, James I.
Rockhold, F.phrinm (heirs)
Scott, Jolin (Heirs)
Scott, John jr.
Vanderford, Knos M.
Sisson, O. W. A. A.
Tliiirn. I.ni-ln (heirs)
Morrison, Theodore (heirs)'
Randall, J. II.
Higgins, John A.
Johnson, A. II.
( assill, Abraham
ltice, William L.
( lark, Nancy
1'or.ml, Henry (heirs)
McClliitick, It. T.
M'lildrcii, Hiram (heirs)
Kuller, James (heirs)
Will, Ueorge II.
JoliiiMtn. .lames 1.
' llurns, Kiekiel
Wadswnrth, Unvid I
Moan, John M. ..
Sloan, James '
Might, Samuel UhloCo.pur
()uinn, Patrick (heirs)
Uosecrans, Sylvest'r (Bls'p)
I'll (ton, Jnsper
ii i it it, Daniel (lielrs)
Tharker. J. A.
PorUir, Jacob .
Knlow. J. K.
liremnn, Martha K.
(iaskill, Mary K.
Jones, B. A.
Bradley, Samuel Y.
1 lodge, K. D.
pt; nw Si
w y, so
w k no
hw ne except 13 a. nw corner
o 4 so & se ue
ne se . .
se ne A e nw no
w i nw sw
o )i nw sw
pt. nw ne & pt. no nw
o X nw & sw no
ne sw esu'ept 10 a. nw corner
nfl i( AVfMil 4K n mi' nAvnn.
sl hw nw 8c k nc sw ex. 10 a. nw cor
whole, except 143 a. sc corner
pt. uw corner se i
w i nw w o y, nw nw sw at pt. w
nt nwsw I tinesw
sw cor. sw nc Jt nw cor nw se
pt. n side
o side uw '4
so nw .
se corner w S nw
s y, nw A nw sw
n j, nw i
n a n w
se se except i a.
so sw nw hw & nw pt. sw sw
13 se U
18 o H sw w se & sw nc
30 ne nw
20 sw nw
22 nw pt. n w se
2H w y, se x
82 sw sw
82 pt. nc sw
1 bo so A nw so
fi o n sw
84 n end se so & sw cor. sc nw
22 pt. nw uw
l w K nw
27 no cor. no nw
82 no cor. sw ne
82 sw nw
4 w lino sw t
4 se cor. sec.
8 nw pt. no
8 pt ne cor. sec. A pt. n a of s K sec.
81 mid. n of se & pt. s side sw ne
17 nw ne
17 ne ne
18 nw sw
23 se sw
23 hw sw
24 nw ne & o .'; ne nw
86 in sw cor. se ,'4 on s sec. line
'U pt. nw nw (mineral right)
W e side se sw
6 w ii nw
3 pt. w a nw uw
41 pt. cside no 4
6 no nw nw n .t w side o j ne
pt. e ide se .1
"isw it. e y, no
e side e S, no (e road)
w ,V se
o end s sc ,'4
w it ne
so cor. w .', sw
w a of w
w y, 80 & c i sw
middle u ,' sec.
pt. sw se
pt. se nw
sw ne except 8 n. u w cor.
ii w cor. ne nw
s ne except 1 n. nw cor. e ne
w x n w
w a n w
nw so A a end w y, nc
send w 'tec. a It It
n end o Hide se se
pt. nw Si
pt. sw Ji
lit. middle w elite e y, ace.
sw pt.no '
ne lit. ne v
s pt. se so
pt. s end e s e .
pt. nw 4
e ne sw
w side nw fi w creek
pt. nw cor. no i
sw 4 ft pt. a side n fi sec.
t pt. n ne n creek .
. H ), aeo.
" uw se
ii n fi do except 18 a. nwcor.
11 w fi sw InU ne an
26 se cxir. ne fi se creek
pi. se sw s creea
8,so cor. se fi
mi i n w pt. w fi nc
g I s
; . a.
$ 170 U 2l
105 8 75
168 fl 00
84 8 01
ion 8 Til
147 8 111
8 8 01
60 1 8-1
158 5 6.1
84 8 24
82 1 15
8,1 8 01
43 1 64
63 2 25
82 1 15
551 0 67
82 1 15
53 1 42
63 1 68
310 7 50
107 8 83
Ift'.l 5 67
84 8 02
85 8 04
868 11 65
868 11 65
1076 25 48
5655 136 80
74 1 75
nmi 15 84
887a 58 Ml
800 U 52
65 2 1)6
2100 60 84
801 7 02
K)3 2t 12
801 11 10
234 6 15
831 8 78
834 IS 81
268 1 60
R82 23 77
5H8 21 48
541 111 76
- 125 4 58
162 4 35
137 S 00
130 4 74
130 4 75
161 5 U."
163 4 87
M3 14 13
163 5 05
i:tll 3 40
1808 69 82
1177 43 01)
157 6 73
130 4 75
821 H 51
130 8 40
144 8 8-3
403 13 60
501 17 02
25 1 8
1254 84 75
201 5 45
42 1 13
602 13 61
83 S 79
140 4 65
212 1 01
1023 24 Wl
803 7 14
231 8 8
21" 8 23
167 4 8
253 10 68
2111 5 81
43!) 16 66
439 17 6
836 87 71
251 10 30
36!l 15 15
307 10 01
fi 3 63
7111 S8 85
518 13 80
1354 36 07
861 13 16
15!l 5 70
477 12 70
307 10 M
KM 8 75
C.15 16 I
1611 6 in
286 7 61
8117 10 58
656 14 81
150 5 70
2551 75 24
108 g 78
47 1 71
, 122 3 17
227 7 113
241 8 62
125 4 37
114 8 01
140 5 20
2H8 10 40
190 6 95
858 6 66'
1590 41 08
18A II 46
192 6 7"!
. 191 6 77
194 0 77
67 8 1 1
334 9 20
KM) 8 92
364 11 Ml
27 1 06
602 13 80
231 6 211
. 2112 11 45
40 1 58
836 8 85
; Wl 8 65
' 836 82 84
180 4 07
1778 69 Of.
660 18 88
876 20 54
334 9 08
8390 97 4ft
851 1 07
mt 7 88
5112 14 11
m t 'in
m 87 80
, . 850 18 88
268 10 82
Hartlett, Sylvanti .
Job. D. M.
Poland, H. F.
McVey. John E.
ISarnhlll, K. N.
Dana, Ann K.
- same : . ,
Hawk, John S,
Hill, William A.
M. K. Parsonage
ltaiiinl, Henry It. (Truttee)
Itetts, Christeua (heirs)
Hhore, John It
Heilignr, Marl In
Zaleskl ( o.
samu ' '" '
Hill, Adam '
Illl, John 'ft' .
r ..... , t.
J n-lot. Out. lot.
nt. td add
7-10 a end
und Si e aide ft n end
. 7-alcskl Co.
t i ,-" : nf
part r and a
I ' rt . -
$ 800 0 68
105 8 40
125 8 5
167 8 95
460 10 88
160 8 64
MS) 7 70
90l 7 70
193 5 79
60 44 68
18H 6 96
HI 8 11
, 0 43 15
' 251 7
63 8 33
4IM 15 47
tvi a hi
431 16 21
VH 1 73
61 a 3'J
42 1 54
2048 75 70
668 93 01
54 8 00
125 A (13
3H4 10 88
84 8 83
hi a 83
i 11 A4
M I XI
35 1 88
25 1 88
25 1 88
Vi 1 40
43 3 88
4a 1 A1
4.V) 18 m
. 17, , . M
' 17' AH
?l 1 17
75 a m
, 79 3 M
',i i M
75 3 M
. v, a m
7 ... 3
, I AM
' 7 9i-
Lantz, Solomon 48
Sproiiso, C W. 5
Vundy, II. 8. 10
Ham a 1 1
relton, J. A. 13
Cox, Abraham (heirs) II
C'ozad, Anna 94
Nlswonger, John 18
Mcott, William 88
Landon, John R. 42
samo - 44
Mcliibblu, Joseph 10
Denny, Znchnriah 37
Irinirton, Kdward 61
McKiimiss, Joneph & Kllznbelh no
McNeill, JaiiH'i 45
Powell. J. W. HI
Presbyterian Parsonnj.) ,r,
Qiiimi, Patrick (heirs) 21
sumo . 28
siuiie ; 2
siuiie ' ' ill
aaniA . y 66
same , 50
.n ! - . 80S Q 88
' 502 80 00
NH' AIIHITION. 855 11 85
' " ' 548 17 81
' " 125 5 18
! 8051 135 81
nwij 251 10 80
818 11 41
161 . 4 03
W fi . 7 9 11
150 5 47
'8 A11UIT10N. J51 5 61
" 31 7
" ttl 7
, ". " 47
,'j 8 85
U 5 28
M 8 74
43 1 01
711 88 53
7 ii end 603 10 85
460 18 01
61 1 40
36 51 1 40
87 50 1 88
38 CO 1 89
60 1 40
40 60 1 87
41 60 1 87
42 60 1 88
43 no 1 89
65 60 1 87
60 50 1 40
? 50 1 88
68 50 1 89
60 60 1 88
70 50 1 89
71 60 1 89
72 CO 1 40
73 60 1 88
84 1 55
w hole except 15 ft. Hide 26 180
1- 8 85
. 1-2 fl 85
1-8 8 88
"1-3 8 86
1-3 8 85
1- 8 87
1-3 8 87
1-3 fl 88
1-2 8 86
fi 18 60
i' 13 59
H 13 69
151 A 88
ii 85 1 15
1-3 18 69
Notice is hereby given Hint tho wholo of said several tracts, lots, or parts of lota, or to much
thereof an will ho necessary to pay tho taxes and penally charged thereon, will be sold by the
County Treasurer, at the Court House, in said county, on
THE THIRD TUESDAY IN JANUARY, 1873,
(BEING THE Slst DAT OF SAID MONTH,)
unless said taxes and penalty be paid before that time, and that tho sale wlllhe continued
from day to day until tho said several tracts, lots, and parts of lots, shall have been sold or
offered for sale.
McArthur, January 8, 1873 Auditor Vinton County.
M. b; COCHRAN & CO.,
121 LIBERTY STREET, CORNER FIFTH, 1S1
MANUFACTURERS AXD DEALERS IX
3ron & U)00i iDorkimj lltacljtnerjj
AND MANUFACTURERS' SUPPLIES.
Have in store a full stock of DEAN'K STEAM PUMPS, JUDSOV GOVERNORS, SASH,
and DOOR MACHINERY, &c., &c. REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS PROMPTLY AT-
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XTANCY V. PETTIT. whoso nlnco of rcsl
li deuce Is unknown, isnotliled that Jonn
than Pettit did. on thc81st day of December,
lH7',flle his petition in the olllco of the Clerk ot
the! ourt of Common I'lcns, in and lor v inton
county, flliitv chareinar tho said Nancy I'.
Pettit with having been willfully nbscnt
from nun lor more man tnreo years inst pasi,
and usklni that he may be divorced from said
Nancy P. Pettit; which petition will stand for
Hearing at me next term oi sum conn.
I JONATHAN PKTTIT,
By 3. si. McuiLUvm v, in ntt'y.
A Great Offer
trill di-potf oyX WPTAJfOH, MJilOVKOXS
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ing Walrri it very low prices for eashi
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m imnrormfnU,for W8 75 ivmA, Horn riady
a OONCSBTO PARLOR OHO A If, th tnort
bmntlful HyU and ptrftct tons rvr mndt. Jl
tvtfraUd. 4JalU-gufmaild,''lik4t tnuMtnnd
Atmie MnvhwrfiM.- -Brv4m
or Intention to Build County Infirmary,
TO COXTJ1A CT0XS.
NOTICE Is herebv irlven that tho Coinmis-
Dinners of Vinton Countv. Ohio, inti-nil to
erect a building for a County Iuflrnmry, on
me iniHis mieiy iiurcnasca iiy sum uoininis
simiers of Isaac Ulloin, for Infirmary purposes,
niiiiw in ma lownsnip, oi sam county.
The said Commissioners have nrociired to ha .
made bv an architect a full, eomnleto nnd no-
curate nluii of said Inlirmary building, which
sniu pian snows an ine necessary details or
the work to be done, and afford all needful
information to' parties who nro expected to
bid thereon, and who aro hereby invited to
make bids and nroiiosnls for the fimilshlnirnf
all tho material and peilbiuiing all the work
in me consiruc.iion oi sniu inlirmary linllillng.
Tho said plan and specifications aro on Hie in
tho Auditor's olllcoof said countv, and are
open to the inspection of all peraona'intoregted
in tne examination oi tne suine.
The Ma id Commissioners nronoso to lnrntn
the said Inflrmarv btiililing immedintelv north
of the dwelliiig house on said Inflrninry farm.
The several liids that may he made for tho
consiriiciing oi sain inlirmary inuldlng will
bo opened nt tho Auditor's ollie.e, in said
uuiiiy oi iiiuiu, on .
'riday, January 31st,' A. D. 1873,
at tho hour of 8 o'clock P. M.; until which
time said lnoposnls for the ituno will bo re
ceived at the Auditor's olliee, and the con
tract awarded at that time, or at a time there
after to which the said Commissioner shall
then publicly adjourn the consideration of the
The said Commissioners will also, on tliA
said 80th day of January, A. V. 1873, before
anuiumg uny conirnci, near
PETITIONS FOR AND RKMONSTRANCE8
the. proposed construction of said Infirmary
I...II.IIh ..it t. I .1 m
umi u. .in nun uiv ii.cntiuii iiivrvui.
By order Commissioners of Vinton County!
n . n . iir.u uiiu,
Auditor Vinton County.
BAPTIST DITRltlN. nf Knnv mnitv. Ol.ln
John Durbln. (Ji-orge Durbln: Jano, wife of
Daniel Horn ; Rebecca, wife of Ellis Aahbiirn J
James Durbin, Morris Durbln, Menrge Dm
bin, Samuel Durbin, Baptist Durbln, Benja
min jiurnin, uosepn nuruiu; Anora, wifool
1'iini iianiinii, natignter or .mini
llllllln .li,i...l.i...l n...l .
daughter of John Durhlu, deconscd; and wife
of ; WilliaiiiTriillluirev.andJa-
cob Trulllnger, residing in Fayette county,
milium, Jiiiurn, wile OI iUICIIUI Alailllgly;
Mary, wife of Nathan Matingly; Joseph Dur
bin, Alary Durbin and Emily Durbln, residing
In Muskingum county, Ohio; Elizabeth, wife
of Martin Engle: John Durbln, William Dur
bin, George Durbln, James Trullaiigeri Mar
tha, wife of Joseph IiechHiL Louisa, wife of
John Marshall, rosidiuir hi. Knot countv.
Ohio; Francis Durbin and Charles Dutbin, re-.
sidlnif In Tuscarawas ooiintT, Ohio; Hiram
i nuiiugr,j-esiding in Aaiiiavuia-sounly, anil
Michael Trulllnger, whose place of residence
m uiiKiiiiwii, win taxe notice mat Patrick
Kelly, executor of James Durbin. dmuiased.
of tho oonntv of Vinton and State of Ohio, did,
uu i us no uny oi January, a. u. lifra, II le nis
petition in the Court of Common Pleas, within
and for said county of Vinton nnd State of
Ohio, against the said persons hereinbefore
mentioned, defendants, setting forth that he,
Patrick Kelly, was the duly appointed aud
(jusl I lied executor of the last' will and tosta
incut of James Durbin, deceased; that the
person named in this notice and made' de
fendants in snld action, were relative of the
aid James Durbin, living at the time of hi
decease; that he, Patrick Kelly, as executor,
has disposed of all the property specifically
bequeathed in said will a therein directed;
and that Baptist Durbln, defendant, brother
of snld James Durbln, deceased, claim all
tho balance of snld estate to the exclusion of
all tho other relatives of said James Durbin;
that In said will there Is doubt and ambiguity
as to who is entitled to receive the balance of
said estate; and asking the court for a con
struction of said will, aud for direction a to
the manner in. which he, the said executor,
shall distribute the funds remaining in his
said petition will be for boarliig attlie Feb
ruary term of said court, commencing Febru
ary 11 th, or as soon thereafter as the same can
be heard. PATRICK. "KELLY..
By John Mato, Ids Att'y.
January 8, 1878-Ow.
(Formerly Sand House,)
Z A L E S K I, 0 HI 0.
EGBERT 110 WEN, "Proprietor.1
' This House, which Isconvenlentto theR. It.
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the present proprietor offers to traveler and
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Gool Stable on the prmnlse. .
A GREAT COMBINATION
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i OF TIIK
NEW YORK OBSERVER.
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ithor ex, young or old, make more money at
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water tnev drum and then Iced. Tins Powder
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f rletor for them. He will tend you, also, cer
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Clarksburg, W. Vn.
THE Orlst Mills, being portable, aro on Iron
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Strung:, Durable, Efficient,
And the best Mill ever iniido for all kinds oi
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or hiiy other power, nd warrniited to grind
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tr rate of speed than any other Mill, without
hunting or other difficulty tho weight being
1.4U0 pounds occupying only 8 feet siiunro on
the floor. Will grind 80 tu HO bushels per hour.
Ifwltldn thlrtv dnvsj, tho Mill does not prove
siitlsfuctory, it mav he returned and money
anu an cnarget reiuiiiioii.
11 art" a Post-Hole Borer,
I guairunteed to make two boles
to one of any other; does it work rap
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SAVES ITS COST
No fault can be found with it after
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4KA IIAIU, '
. Clurkshurg, W. Va.
IN 01 DAT
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gHERIFF'S SALE I
Stat of Ohio, Vinton County.
Martha Pcarco, Plaintiff,
Edmund It. Clark and James (Jaines, Defend
ants. In Vinton County Court of Common Plea. Or
der of Sale.
PURSUANT to the command of nu Order of
Sale Issued from tho Court of Com
mon Plea of Vinton County, Ohio, and
to me directed is Sheriff of said County, ( will
offer for ale at the door of the Court House, In
the Town nf McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio,
Monday,: the 3d Day of February,
i . . A. D. 1873,
At the hour of 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, the
following described lajids aud tenements, to
wit: Klghteim feet In width off tlie West sldonfln
totNuinher One Hundred and Ktghty (1H0) in
tlieTownofMoArtliur, as recorded iu the plat
of said town. ' , '
. Appraised -at One -Hundred and Sixty-five
Dollan (11I5.(X,) and .must bring- two-thirds of
tlintsinn. ., . v . .
Ordered to lie olil n the pronorty of Jnmo
Calnes and wife tn satisfy an order or snlo Issued
from the Court of Comuiou Pleas in favor of
; TEltMH OF BALK: Cash In hand at the time
of Sale, r, DANIEL BOOTH,
I . ' ,.-,'- Sheriff Vinton Co.
, Hi'C. Jomta.' Att'y for I'l'ff. ,
' January.!, 1H78. 6w. . ,
Augustus France's Heir,
Prolate Court, Vinton" Co., 'G.
vrrfrtaE Is hereby given that. IV. K.' Hasting,
deceased,' lal guardian of Helvetia-. Frazeo,
mluor, has nlvd herein for final suttbimcat the
tccouutofthesald'IsaiioM. Iiui; with 11 lata
-aid; and that tho lame lk set for healing on
taiofetlicUy of January. A. 0. 1H7S, at 11 o'clock
a.m. . H. 1). MAYO, Probate Judge.
tp0rmWi',hT.4t" ;. f.