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SALE OF DELINQUENT LANDS.
AND TOWN LOTS.
.
The following is a List of
Vinton, returned Delinquent
1854, charged wi'.li the Taxes and fenalty lor said year, together with
Ttxes of the current year added:
NAMES.
Ho. 1, EAGLE Tp.
Appleman Thomas
ftlit Jonathan
Hsss Jacob
Anderson Grafton
Patlit Samuel
Petit Jonilhaa
Comer Jena
Holcomb Re c ben
Sambo George
SI IT.
Williams William
same
Fairchild Isaac
Yspla Alfred -Bsvard
William
same
Usury David .
same
Irwin Francis
same
Frobssco Jacob V
terns
Mo. 3, BROWN Tp.
Clark Samuel
Cos Chester
Furgtsou Henry
Primmer John
Wo. 3, SWAN Tp.
, Leonard Jkmes
Cox Jiseph
McCown John
Case Flevius
McManlree John
Crow Andrew
Inedaker Samuel
Kline Augustus
UcMehan Elizabeth
Grimes Jesse M
Green Samuel II
Ko 4, JACKSON Tp.
Stokely Samuel
Sotbkin James C
ft'ungester Mary
Voknowu .
sains
Ciionelle & Jenkins
Brown J C P
Yaunalta Samuel
lots David
r stars Henry
Petit Joseph
Johnson David
Luis Jacob
Msvey & Given
HI wood Patterson
lewalleu Wra
Sams
Xoisiler Abijah
Ferry John
Vo. I.KLKTp.
Ipsncer A
Holland Leonard
Ipsncer K A
sane
Jogulah Wm
Kpsucer E A
Kl; S W
Joucs Dktld
Ho. 6, VINTON Tp.
WarJ Nabum
Derst Abraham
same
Itiight Young &
Key Marshall
Lyons JohuD
fsgs Naucy
Axtell Nathan
Davis Andrsw
olvin Job?
same
Key Marshall
Vo. 7. MADISON Tp.
Coiuill William
Harsh George
Srown S 'A
same
Triblecotk Wm D
Vo. 8, CLINTON Tp.
Hamontree Samuel
Lanuau William
Ds Henry ,
HeihlerJohn
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
18
18
18
13
18
18
IS
18
18
13
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
18
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
46
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
17
17
17
17
10
10
20
10
9
9
9
9
9
0
9
9
9
0
9
9
V
0
9
9
9
9 '
ho. 9, RICHLAND Tp.
Lewalleu Elizabeth,
Will Jus K
Abbott Samuel C
Elliott James
Arcade Bauk
same
fitter John
JDiddy William H
Wesson Atuer
same
Jolly Van B
Demaier Washington
Hawk David
lisuderion John
Dill Benjamin
Aorruou Alex
rbillis John Jr
Henderson John
Fsttertou Charles
Sharp Caleb
Clark Isaac !
Ko. 10, HARRISON Tp.
Probasco Jacob
.Walker Ellen Belsl
Jshnson John
Craves William
Ackley Tbilauder . .
same
Matheny Eenj., Jr.,
' Province Tlioruiurs
i3
IS
18
18
13
18
18
18
18
18
13
18
18
18
18
18
18
19
18
18
18
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19
8
8
8
9
9
9
0
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
t
9
9
9
9
' 9
LeftlerGeorge
LefflerJohn
Dozer John :
same .
AfcLain James S
sums
Clerk Humphry
Moats Daniel .
Mot la Abraham
Most Joseph"
Bam borough C -'Kitsener
Jesse
Dixon KlishaaS
tame .
19
19
V19
19
19
19
19
19
19
19.
19
19
19
19
Walker Stephen 8
"Vo.1l, WILK.ESV1LLE Tp.
Curry Joshua '16
Jajin Thomas . ' 16
same 16
.'TJnknown ' " 16
' Lialou Samuel J ' 16
' (luiun Patrick (heirs) 16
Dvlan Simeon 16
Quinn rtrkk: - ' 4 16
SteelJohn . - " ' 16 ;
Quinn lWick 1 '
'Garrety Thorns ''' - W-'8
Grogs n Thorns , W
WoodUrid6e Wm -
BuHuaiuei Jutua, If
Lands and Town Lots within the County of
by the Treasurer oi said county, for the Taxes of
LANDS. '
FARTS. S
R. T. S IF. ? S
19 10 13 n e n ' 40 177
lii 10 13 ins ' 40 133
19 10 13 n w n s 40 117
19 10 12 n e n w 40 125
19 10 13 wisssiw 160 383
19 10 13 ne n w 40 117
19 10 15 s w s w 40 117
19 10 15 se se 40 73
19 10 26 n w n w 40 97
19 10 29 s w n w 40 97
19 10 26 ns n w 40 116
19 10 26 se n w 40 116
19 10 30 s w n w 49 63
16 10 34 s w s 4Q 51
19 10 35 s w s 40 ' 97
19 10 35 s e s w 40 97
19 10 35 sea 40 116
19 10 35 ness 40 97
19 10 35 n e n w 40 73
19 10 35 n w nw 40 73
19 10 36 n s w 40 116
19 10 36 i s w . 40 116
16 11 1 prssi 130 663
16 11 7 il t pr nw ft 497 2231
16 II 7 necor 143 845
16 11 33 pr r 100 408
D.
12 19
41 04
15 54
7 50
00 42
13 24
17
4 36
10 65
62
6 12
2 18
2 65
1 97
I 73
13
13
12
13
19
13
13
13
12
12
13
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
11
11
II
11
II
11
11
II
9
0
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
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11
15
18
19
20
23
24
24
30.
30
3
4
9
5
5
6
6
6
13
14
17
23
23
25
33
34
35
35
35
7
14
14
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30
32
35
4
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pr se s w
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60
20
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118
20
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8
204
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56
266
102
124
93
81
123
300
81
51
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540
366
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184
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103
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536
336
616
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56
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sw
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166
40
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pr s e s s s w
pr s e i
w aide n e nw
66 a mid nvHane
81
71
117
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49
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9
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8
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7
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610 2246
60 408
else 80
n i 320
pr ne is f- pr is ns 27
w i 70
s w cor 31
403
653
138
326
33
472
204
510
443
510
514
340
652
326
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232
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n end 96
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n e s 42
winw 80
Dili 80
pr n w n w 32 64
n w n 40 136
wis 60 431
sis 60 470
wis 60 1000
prnssw 20 234
t sids sin 60 320
pre 1 s 3 18
se n w 40 145
w i ss snd n c s w 123 668
e pr s w C5 380
wis 80 368
s s n w 40 200
swn 40 310
km 40 290
a w s w 40 155
n n w 40 272
si n n w 20 06
pr s n 3 16
prwia 79 613 14
n n w 43 lu4 2
17
17
18
19
20
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24
26
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30
34
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400 '
240
150
110
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416
120
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35
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1 75
1 75
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1 75
1 40
1 40
2 09
2 09
32
72
51
3
98
43
56
54
33
06
54
83
51
36
94
94
89
3
73
48
03
55
28
12
50
33
21
49
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45
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33
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79
59
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6 67
3 56
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78
78
47
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66
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28
29
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same "16 8
No. n, RNOXTp. ! . ..
Bolin Ellia 15 10
Ferfill Elijah . , 15 10
Mir tin David 15 iq
ki 3
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30 wtnl . 71 268
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Bi . lfO 510.
pr s w - 60 408
B w corn wii i 51
LIST OF TOWN LOTS.
LOTS.
PROPRIETORS.
IN.
OCT.
NEW MT. PLEASANT,
Harris Thomas 29
Sain Phillip 29
Tucker Maria 3S
M'ARTHUR.
Browu Samuel H. 138
same . . 167
same 179
same 163
Bingham E F 177
same 173
Brown 0Y 123
Burly A 99
Dunlap SB 136
Lake Albert 99
Lord f Hutson 77
Lannon Catherine 111
Palmer Waterman 170
- same 199
Pilcher NS 163
Swepston John 159
Spencer E A 19
same 15
tame 95
same 93
Waltz Elias U
PRATTSV1LLE,
BrownS II 15
same 17
same 32
same 30
Goff Samuel 29
Stoddard HW ' 14
HAMDEN.
Coal & Eugle 11
Dascomb A 7
Leach OA 43
Mclntyre Duncan 24
Morrison Jos. 10
W1LKESVILLE.
Dsniels Hiram G 9
Dolan Simeon 64
Hawkins Ephraim 2
same 6
same 26
same 65
same 77
Quinn Patrick (heirs) 2
same 6
same 26
same 55
same 56
satbe 57
same 58
same 59
same 77
NEW PLYMOUTH.
Bartleit 3
TAX.
VAL.
D 0 M
102 2 18 4
153 3 27 7
55 5 47 4
66 1 71 2
67 2 05 7
280 8 53 3
84 2 C6 1
45' 1 36 6
688 17 91 6
84 2 56 1
28 85 5
56 I 71 2
29 85 4
158 2 39 6
39 1 09 6
16) 5 12 2
56 1 71 2
18 56 4
, 448 13 65 5
336 10 24 6
672 20 51 5
112 3 41 1
112 3 41 1
28 84 9
9 19 0
II 22 5
5 10 7
11 22 5
102 2 14 9
458 2 65 3
102 2 76 3
102 2 76 3
154 4 16 5
763 20 64 1
61 1 1 37 5
381 7 89 2
539 U 10 6
23 47 7
23 47 7
15 SO 6
15 80 6
76 1 67 .9
19 39 8
23 47 7
19 39 8
19 39 8
19 39 8
28 67 9
8 67 9
28 67 9
28 67 9
306 5 63 3
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AUDITOR'S OFFICE.
VINTON COUNTY, OHIO.
I hereby certify that the foregoing List is correctly copied from the list re
turned to me bv the Treasurer of Vinton county, in Ja nuary. 1855, and as co
pied into the Duplicate of 1855 j
or Lot is correct and calculated as
Notice is hereby given that the whole of tha several tracts ot Land and
Town Lots, described in the foregoing list, or so much thereof as will pay the
Taxes and Density charged thereon, will be offered for sale at the Court House
in Mc Arthur, bv the Treasurer of
ry, 1856, unless such Taxes and
and that the amount annexed to each Tract
tne law proscnoes.
said county, on the 2d Monday in Janua
penalty be paid before that time.
JOSEPH MAGEE. Auditor.
Jawcs McfiilliYray,
MAIN STREET, MtARTUVR, O.,
SADDLE &HARNESSMANUFACTURER
t hii old Stand oppotlt J. K. k D. Will',
"13 ESPECTFULLY inlorms his numerous
Xi customers and the public generally,
he is now prepared to supply all ue-
mands.in'tne way ot sanities,
tAiBucev. Coach and Team
Harness, Collars, Whips, aud Spurs, and
nthp artir e connectea wun l ie iraue
all manufactured out of the best materials
and by the cest oi woriunen. uive mm
call aud examine work and prices before
purchase elsewhere,
OCT Hides, &c, taken in exchange
work, at the, highest market prices
BRANCH CHURCHILL S lSiAil5.
Notice is hereby given that Alvin Fin
ney, Executor of the last Will and Testament
of Branch Churchill, dee'd, has filed iu the
Probate Court ol Vinton county nis accounis
snd vouchers for inspection ana nnai
ment, and that the same will t passed
by said Court, on the 2'M day ol icemir,
1&55. B. P. HEWITT, Pro. Judge.
Nov 29 1855
Vo Ye Clothed!
J. N. McGLAUGHLIN,
Merchant Tailor, has just
opeiied a New snd splendid
asfortment of Cloths, Casi
meres,&c, together withTrim-
mings, which lie is prepared
to manufacture into every va
riety of garments to suit cus
tomers. AW woik is warranted to fit and not
rip. He also keeps on hand an assortment
ol Ready-Made Over coats, Vests, Pants, fcc.
warranted to be well made. Also, Furnish
inn Goods, consisting in part of Shirts, Un-
der-shirU.GIovee, Suspenders, Cravats,
Et Handkerchiefs. Occ, $-c, c. tipenenrea
workmen m constant employ, and all opiers
promptly filled. Call at the old stand of G.
W. & A. J, Dunkle, opposite J. K. & D.
Will, before purchasing clothing elsewhere.
J. n. OTCLiALUnulll. '
McArthur, O.: Nov. 15th, &&. 4m
EVI COLLINS' ESTATE. Notice i.
J lierebv eiven. that the uiidersicned ha?
beeu appointed and duly qimlifi&l as Execu
tor of the last Will and Testament of Levi
Colling, deceased, late of the county of Vin
ton, Ohio.
JOHN COLLINS.
JOHN ALLDER, $ fi .
Dec. 20, 1K5 3w :
: GEORQfi B1CHEVS ESTATE.
NOTICE is hereby given that George
Holdren. Administrator o: the Estate of
George Richey, late of Vinton Couuty
deceased, has filed in the f rotate Court
of said Coupty his accoont and vouch
ers for inspection and fin. I settlement;
and that the saws will ba ptised upon
by said Court, on Hi first Monday in
Febmarr A, D. 1858.
B. P. HEWITT, Pro. Judge.
Dee 13. '5S-8w
imnnF- neons L. GROCERIE9.
ha? e just rereived a new supply of Wall
P aits snd Ben debs; tl largest 'lot ever
broupht to Mc Arthur.
t A Also, COPFEB.Kic. Mt.ves. io
KrArro's. &r.; all ol-hWi I v. ill seU
ki tlir ivr BtiM
,w .
that
ev
you
for
settle
upon
Pock -
ew .
FAMILY MliMGlMS!
F. A. BRATTOFJ.
MAJX ST MEET, McARTIllH, O.
r7"EEP constantly on hand the following
ucuuiiie buu ropumr .vmuiuuea:
PILLS.
Seller's Liver Pi lis, Dr. Lfe'a Pills,
WORM MEDICINE.
Seller's Vermifuge. Drs. Jones McL's do.
COUGH SYRUP.
Seller's Imp'l C S., Dr. Jones' Cough Syrup
Lyon's N. & B., Jones' N.B. Liniment
Sloan's Ointment, Sloan's Inst. Relief do.
FOR THE HAIR.
Lyon's Hatha iron, Vegetable Hair Oil, C3
Bears Oil, (pure,) Eau De Cologne, VGfirl
Castor Oil, Sweet Oil,
British Oil, Oil of Spike,
Harlem Oil, Medicamentum.
Also, Godfrey's Cordial, Batesman's Drops,
Sloan's Condition Powder: and Essences oi
all, kinds. All of the above Medicines we
received direct from the proprietors, a pd war
ranted to be genuine.
April 6, 1855. If
CL1IVE k GARDNER,
DRUGGISTS,
WJLKESY1LLE, OHIO,'
KEEP constantly oit hand the (blowing
csnuine and popular family meilieines.
PILLS. Sellers Liver rills, McLaiue's
Liver Pills, Aver's Pills.
COUGH REMEDIES. Seller's Imperial
Cough Syrup, Ayer's Cherry rectornl, Seller's
Hive Srrwp, Seller's Svrtip of Squiils.
WORM MEDICINES, Seller s Vermifuge,
McLai ne's Vermifuge.
LINIMENT;?. H. G. FarH's IndUn Lin
imenl, Gardner' Volatile Liniiueiil, Rad way's
Ready Retirf, Pain Curer, Liquid Opidildoc.
HAIR TONICS. Lyou's Kathairon, G, S.
Garlords.
Also: A la"Re aui well selected stork
Drugs, Medicines. Oils, Taints and Dje-stulls
ill tor rule nt the lowest prices.
Oct. 27ili. 165-1. ly.
M'ARTHUR HOUSE
And Slago Office,
MAW STREET,
orroiiTx th post orncs,
McA RT UK, OHIO,
JOS. KALER,
PROPRIETOR.
T1ASSENGERS who stop at this House,
JL can take the Coach every morning
Chillicothe, 10 Byer's Station, llnce by
Road; also, every morning for Athens,
nther ioinla Suuth and East, .
x'The oroi rieu.r assures all who favor
vith a rail, th t rt nen-will be apent
nk'trm rorDonaHtv. ik1 at- Cl-i-4
IlK tb J VM
of
lor
Rail
and
him
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Miriam,' &c, in our first paper for January
next.
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SCIOTO & HOCKING VALLEY.
RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ON and after Friday, 1st of June, J855,
Trains will run ss follows, to wit:
Train No. 1 will leave Portsmouth at 9
o'clock M. and arrive at Jackson at 2
'clock M. Returning leava Jackson at I
'clock Y. M. snd arrive at Portsmouth at 5
,'clock P. M.
Tram No. 2 lesve Jackson at?l o clock" A.
. and arrive at Portsmouth at 11 o'clock
. Returning leave Portsmouth at 21 P. M'
and arrive at Jackson at 6 o'clock P. M.
Trains stop oklv for passengers st the lot
lowing stations, to wit: Sciotoville, Webster,
Washington and Gallia Stations, Portlaud,
Cros Roads and Irwiu's Station.
J. W. Supeiintendent,
June 15, '55.-2c-tf.
RAILROAD. M. & C. & HILLSBOROUGH R. R.
TIME CHANGED.
T j jt 1 rv;i i
rpRAlNS will run as follows, until futlh
X er notice;
Fikst Tfaik Leave Hamden for Cincin
nati, Col.'mbus, and intermediate points, at
1030 a.m.
Second Train Leave llamden lor Chilli-
cothe at 1 p.m.
Rktubiiino: One Train leaves Cincinnati
at 6 a. m. aud Clullicothe at lO. lUk. m.,anU
arrive at Hamden at 11:50 a. m. Another
Train leaves Cbillicothe at 7 a. m., and ar
rives at Hamden at 9 a. m.
03" Tickets can re purchafed at the Sta
tions. W. K. AK.IHUK, map I.
Nov. 29th. 1855. ; : . .-.-
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
Andrew Jarvis, Pl'tlT. ) (Civil Action.)
acainst : In Attachment.
Bsshaba Sollars, Deft. ) THE Defendant
will lake, notice that the Plain tiff in the
,bove case, cn the 27ih day ol rovemr,
icftft. ranseil an Order of Attachmeut to br
issiiel by Robert Aiken, Esq., Justice of the
Peace for Richiand township, Vinton coun
iv.Oliiogainst the goods and cbatlels.slocks,
inieretl iu stocks, rmlils. crediis, Ui04r.uH
noria of said Defendant, a non-resident ol
said county, to sali.fy the claim of the Plain-
iifrfnr twentv aeven dollars ana n"y rm.
and twelve dtlJIars the probable costs of suit.
Said raw han hc?n contiiiusJ for service on
Mid LVwmlint imI will be for hearing beiure
laid Julci iiis cfli iu Richiartd town
tv. Ulio vu lU. SevtAlX
U4lHt JAury, Xtil al lO clcU w.
twi'i. - 4:rKiTr;AiT.i,
ta
i
THe. f At OolU. iiywj 4,u
Tragus Bf7 Ad tar. of. Probst Cri,
Moates ay, rfecesst,; I rsuttoit V
sgaiast ,1 sell Un4
Celi. Kay. st U J ; JOHN RXr
of the State ( Miseuii sod-Jr Ray
of the Slate of Illinois, will tak ,.nev
lie ibat on tbsSink day of Errewtar
A. D., 1855, tnt foresaid - Adsartilstrl'
tor filed bis Peiiilo in - th ri'.b.'u
Court of said Vinton eoaoty; il. ntijsi?
and eraver of which fstillou i " " ,f
tain an order lor me aasignmeni you
er of Celia, Ray. widow ol uiu M.
in snd for the ssle ol Uit In'lowh.f
Rssl Estate of lb ssidMoasi - r..Ha
ceased, siiusied in Vinton co rv-.',
to wit: Tb North east quartrr o(, ,h
South-west quarter of Seciton Tbir-y
five, tr Township number Nvvf
Range number Nineteen, in the ('
cothe Lend District; contaioibg ih'n
Xineand Ninetfeight kuddredtn44ci
Also: The West half of the 6ouih V'n.
quarter of Section Thirty-fire, in-T,,,nfiiifl
lumber Nine, of Range number Nini.n i
the Cbillicothe Land District, ruu i,, ;
Seventy-nine and Fifty -six Hundredth, 'rtf.
Also The South-east quarter ol. ;n
Soutb-wect quarter of Section Tbir'r
five, in Township number f ; f
Range nomber Nineteen la Chi'ii
Land Pistrict--contaiuiog Thirty i,
aud Seveiity eight hundredths -'
sav snd except so much off of y4
mentioned tract ss is laid out H p'
ted as part of the Town of jK)tr -..
Also: The following -desorr-LsiM,
situated in the county of Jackson, " ,
to wilt A part of the Norfh-ee" j. -let
of the North-west qusrter ol lo
tion number Two, in Township nitn.f. .
Eight, of Rang number Nineir. !
ing the ssme land conveyed by TrivH
Ray and Dinah, bis wife, to d"- lf ....
August 28, 1851, containing T !",
five and Fifty hundredths scrr ,
and except all that part off of sH i
laid out snd plattedas part ol tlx '-m i
of Raysrills situsted in Jackson
ty, Ohio. Also, the following T-i
Lots, situsied In the counties rf V .
ton and Jsckson, Oifo, laid "
bered sad platted in the (own of H
ville, to wit: Nos. three, Ten'r,...;
eighteen, twenty-three, tW i".
twenty six, twenty-reven.twentv '.
seven, eight, nine, ten, and nine'r en;
Said Petition will be for heart , u
tht 7th day of January a. d. 18".
E. A. BRATTua.
Dee. 8. 5 5-5 w AtCr for Petitioner!
JOHN KVSER, Pl'tflTS In stta.L.i.v.r.
against (Civil cel.. .
vid D. Drake, Deft. J THE Defe- '
Da
ant will take notice that the 1'uin
in the above cause, on the 26ih A o.
November, a. d. 1855, caused au C i l-r
of Attachment to be issued by J. w .
Swepston, Justice of the Peace to ;
township, Vinton couuty, Ohio, gii
the goods, chattels, stocks, mice. ..i
stocks, rights, credits, moneys, a.id rl
fects of said Defendant an abkvbii.lir ,
debtor to satisfy the claim ui s i
Plaintiff for Fourteen Dollars wnii in
terest from the 8th dry of A'gniu ii,'
1855, and Tcenty-fivs Dollars die prl
ibla costs of suit,' snd that sail en- -it'
has been continued fo.' servirA iu
Defendant, and will be for be.rLg ue
fore said Justice at his offitt !n W.- S '
tbur in said township, on the Jli d
of January, a. d. 1855, at 1 uVIocJt '
M. of said day lat aforesaid.
Dec. 13, 55. JOHN KYoEll.
A. !1. SAMSQW, T
Attorney at L;:
AID BIAL BSTATI A(J-ST.
WILL attend the courts in JsrV ,
Vinton, Hocking. Athens Me-.
Gallia, Lawrence, Scio.'o.rise, nu moa
cou ties. All buisiness ruii jstnl ij
his cars, will be promptly amende.! .-;
Persons entitled to Lan'i , :ui '
under the late act of confer, Ul ' "
well to give him a cull, as h hi y u
liar facilities for obtaining tin , e,
The highest Cash price paid tori' 'it
Warrants, aqd J?eal estais 'pit a.
sold on reasonable terms. Per:H" v iK .
ing to sell Real estate, will roi..iit
their interest by patrooizirg Li;ii.
Particular attention paid to CJULVif-.
ING.
liefer to
Col. Hice!m Towess, QjI IliJ!; .
Ralph Leet, Esq., Ironiont
K. F. Binoham, Esq., Mciilim, - -
Col. J. W. Davis and
V. A. Slutucuiss, Esq., ror!moui'j. '
Oak Hill, Ohio.
DRUG STORE:
GEO. B. WILL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
SEALER M '
DItCGS, CE511CALS, PAINTS,
VARNISH. DrES,PURE ESSETHT.
OILS, INSTRUMENTS, BRl'v-
ES OFEVERY DESCRIPTION,
ANATOMICAL PREFAB A. '
TIONS,
f v Arliclti, DruggUW Skuft e.r
niturc.Glati Tlrnre, TTiadoit CUs$,
Alcohol, J-c, rfc, te , -MAIN
STREET, MCARTHUR, OrHOf
RESPECTFULLY
inform hi fjiriu's
and the poWit. that, l .
now opening a ai J
superior stock ol Diiil-,
c., that bae Urn eel- c
.i4wilb lers'cuarcki fur
this market.- - - - - - . .t v.- ,f
rnvaiciASS sni curloniers. will flpl w
rrugsof the best quality, all pf vthkk )
will sen ai ww ipfvpncrfc
J AM ALSU AULM
For all linils of Talent Mediciiir. Tni' .i
Fremh snd Grrmsn Herbs, Ttlaxo. C' f
and a tine assortment of Soaps, Extr t4
Pure Win'. Ufw 15. 18', , L.
tr
NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
4
riHE BoAsoor School ExAJnaauaol v:
JL ton county. will hold loeirtfcbfei k
ings for the Eiamiuation of cai.Jidaiia, r
the Flrl Ralwrdur tt tverf Ho'- t
the School Room iu rVicA.rtb.ur, fmiriK,in
at 10 o'clock a. m. :
At every ekawunalioa. a wliflral vi gor
moral charctet, rittiU' tvoed by at la. t
two responsible taiui. will be scuuusaI t f
ouch cs" Uu ".- -j : ... ,
. tt Cawn ot vx Boa. : .','

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