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POMEROY WEEKLY TELEGRAPH.
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Tuesday, April 17, 1860.
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POMEROY TELEGRAPH.
TIESDAY, I t I : t i I April 17, 1860,
APOLOGETIC.
Owing to the high water within the past
week, we are unable to issue a full-sized paper,
and to comply with the requirements of law,
we publish this "slip' containing the legal ad
vertisement.
Sheriff's Sale. v.
Joel Braley V9. John T. B. Ledlie, and Wm. Ledlie
BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed:
from the Court of Common Pleas of Meigs
County, I wiil offer for sale at the door of the!
Court House in Fomeroy, at i t ocloek, a. m.,
(M the 21si day" of May, 1860,
the following described lands and tenements,
to-wit: situate in said County of Meigs, begin
ning at a post 17 chains and 25 links west of
(lie south-east corner of section number 2, town
ship number 8, and range number 15, in the
Ohio Company s 1 urchasc, at the sout h-west
comer of George Neighborgall's lands; thencel
west on said section line lb chains and CI
links, or to the south-west corner of James
Henry's land; thence north 42 degrees 45 min
west 25 chains and 58 links to a post: "thence
nortii 20 chains Ad 38 links, or to the east
coiner of said Henry's land; thence east 0
chains and 38 links, to the south-cast
corner of John McVey's lands to a post; thence
north 8 degrees west 2 chains and 07 links to
a post; thence east 41 chains 94 links, or to the
east line ot sani section to a post; thence south
on said section line 12 chains 63 links to a post,
or to the north-east corner of said George
.Neighborgall's land; thence west 17 chains and
25 links, to the north-west corner of Neighbor-j
gall's land; thence south 2 chains, or to the
place or beginning, containing 14 1 acres; ex
cepting 33 acres out of the south-east corner of
said land, deeded by Cyrus Braley to James!
Thomas, excepting therefrom the two following
lots, sold by said John T. B. Ledlie, to-wit: The
first one beginning at the south-west corner ofl
said land; thence north about 6 rods and 17
links: thence cast about 37 rods: thence south
about, 0 rods and 17 links; thence west about
37 rods to the place of beginning, containing
three several lots of about oue-hal: acre each:
also the other lot, beginning at the south-west
corner of said lands so sold by said John
to Wesley Braley; thence north about 7 rods
and 17 links; thence east about 12 rods to the
line of lands owned by James Thomas;
thence south about 7 rods and 17 links;
thence west to the place ot beginning, con
taining about one-half acre; to be sold as the
property of John T. B. Ledlie, at the suit of
Joel Bralev. Appraised at $2,240.00 Terms
of sale, cash. J. J. WHITE, S. M. C.
April 10, I860. 16-5t 6.00
Notice.
MEIGS County Common Pleas. David II.
Moor vs. John Dennis and Martha Den
nis. John Dennis, whose place of residence is
unknown, will take notice that David H. Moor,
of the county of Meigs, in the State of Ohio,
did, on the 16th day of February, 1859, file his
petition in the Court of Common Pleas within
and for the County of Meigs, in said State of
Ohio, against the said John Dennis and Martha
Dennis, defendants, lhe said David li. Moor,
also, on the 23d day of November, filed in said
Court an amended petition against the said
defendants, setting forth, that the said John
Dennis and Martha Dennis gave a mortgage to
the said David H. Moor, on twenty-five feet,
which should be seventy-five feet, as set out
in the amended petition, off of the north end of
the following tract of land, a part of a lot of
land sold by Lewis S. Nye to Norruan S.Davis,
bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake fifty
feet, north of the east and west line cf section
eight, township number twenty-one, range
number thirteen, of the Ohio Company's Pur
chase; thence north 225 feet; thence east 100
feet; thence south 225 feet; thence west to the
plnee of beginning; situate in said county of
Meigs, to secure the payment of $57.50, accord
ing to the note referred to in said mort
gage. The object and prayer of said petition
is, that the ggendante pay the plaintiff the sum
of 57.50, a . m interest from the 25th of Decem
ber, 1857, and that, in default thereof, that said
premises may be sold to pay the same, and the
said John Dennis is notified that he is required
to appear and answer said petitions on or be
fore the third Saturday after the 15th day
of May next. DAVID H. MOOR,
By Hakna s. Laeuaet, his Att ys.
April 2, I860. 14-Ct.
Road Notice.
A PETITION willl be presented to the Com
missioners of Meigs County, at their June
session, asking for the location of a County.
road as follows, to wit: beginning at the top
of the Sanders Hill, in Ledlord township, at
the Pomeroy and Athens road; thence to a
point at or near the centre of Sec. No. 32, on
the line between Philip Knopp and Nathan
Hudnel; thence to a point at or near the centre
of Sec. No. 31, on the farms of Joel Sewell and
of Andrew Sewell; thence through Frederick
Thomas' farm ; thence in Salisbury township,
through sections Jo. aO and No. 6i, running
down Wolf Pen Run, as near the run as prac
ticable for a good road, passing Stevens' Steam
jSaw Mill, to intersect the Pomeroy and Harri
jsonville road near George W. Stevens' dwelling
.house. A PETITIONER.
April 16, I860. 16-4t
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
IN pursuance of an order granted by the
Probate Court of Meigs county, Ohio, I will
offer for sale at public auction, on the 12th day
of June, A. D., 1 860, at two o'clock afternoon,
upon the premises, the following described real
state, situate in the county of Meigs and State!
of Ohio, to wit: being part ot Lots No. 1 and 2,
in section No. 16. in Town No. 6, and Range
No. 14, of the Ohio Company s Purchase, and
bounded and described as follows: beginning
at the north-east corner ot said Lot No. 2, in
said section, town and range; thence west
66 rods : thence north 34 rods; thence east
54 rods ; thence south 20 degrees east
19 rods; thence south 40 degrees east
24 rods; thence west 22 rods to the place
of beginning, containing thirteen acres and
one hundred and twenty rods, and held by
permanent leasehold. Appraised at $255.6:
Terms of sale, one-third in hand, one-third in
six months, and one-third in twelve months
from the day of sale, with interest; the pay
ments to be secured by mortgage upon the
premises sold. ULBJECCA GILLS,
Administratrix of Andrew J. Giles, dee'd
Pomeroy, April 17, I860. 16-4w
Attachment Notice.
TEFORE C. De Wolf, J. P. of Lebanon
Jj Township, Meigs County, Ohio. Lewis D.
Smith vs. Whiting W. Smith. On the 26th day
of March, 1860, said. Justice issued an order of
attachment in the above action, for the sum of
$lJz i3-10O, which action will be heard on the
Cth day of May, 1860, at one o'clock P. M.
April 10, I860. 15-3t LEWIS D. SMITH.
Sheriff's Sale
Rial R. Nye vs. F. W. Stevens. ,
BY virtue of an order of sale to me directed
from the Court of Common Pleas of Meigs
m i . t :n - i- - . l . i . ;
,uuni.jr, i win oner lor saie, ai ine aoor ol tiic
Court-house, m Pomeroy, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
On the 1th day of Hay, I860,
the following described lands and tenements.
to wit: the northerly half of Lot number 181.
in the town of Pomeroy; to be sold as the prop!
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VLiy ml -i. li-. cicvcjm,ut wv BU1L Ol 1. MX. XNye.
appraised at ipaou. icrms ot sale, cash.
J. J. WHITE, S. M. C.
March 30, I860. 14-5w. 1 50
Administrator's Sale.
BY virtue of an order of sale, issuing from
the Probate Court of Meigs County, the
undersigned, Administrators of the Estate of
Hiram Kelly, deceased, will sell on the prem
ises, on
Saturday, the 28th day of April, I860,
at 11 o clock a. m., the following described
lands, to wit: Beginning at the north-west
corner of section twelve, in town eight, and
range fifteen, thence east forty chains to land
deeded by said decedent to George McCarty;
thence south twenty-six chains and seventy-
ifive links or to the north-east corner of land
deeded by said decedent to Wm. Luellen; thence
west along said Luellen's north line forty
chains on the west line of said section; thence
north to the place of beginning; containing one
hundred and seven acres, more or less: excepting
forty acres off of the west end of said premises,
which were set off to Catharine Kelly, widow of
Hiram Kelly, deceased, as her dower in the first
described real estate; appraised at seven hun
dred and fifty six dollars.
J OH In HUGG, Ad,
RICHARD GRAY. Aamrs
march, 27, lS60.i-13-4t
Attacbment Kotice.
BEFORE John II. Parker, J. P. of Orange
Township, Meigs county, Chio. Ephraim
Shields vs. Arnold Wkahy. On the 4th day
of April, I860, said Justice issued an order of
Attachment in the above action, for the sum of
fifty-six dollars, and piolable c mount of costs,
twenty dollars. EPHRAlM SHIELDS.
Orange Tp., April I, A. D., i860. 16-3t.
Dissolution.
THE partnership existing between M. Nye,
jr., and J. Grant, under the name of M.
Nye & Co., was dissolved by mutual consent,
on the 10th day of February last. The unset
tled business of the film will be closed up by
M. Nye, jr.
M. Nye and M. Nye, jr., will continue the
business unc"er the old name of M. Nyc & Co.
April 2, 1868 14-3t M. NYE & Co.
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
"VTOT1CE is hereby given that the firm
l known as Williams & Jones, of Coalport,
Meigs county, Ohio, Las this day been dissolved
by mutual consent, JOHN T. WILLIAMS,
J. II. JONES.
The business will hereafter be carried on by
John T. Williams, who will be pleased to
receive a call from the friends of the old firm.
JOHN T. WILLIAMS.
March 31, I860. l4-3t
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