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unknown Meigs County newspaper June 28, 1853
SALE BY AUCTION -- On Thursday, June 30th, at the Vinton House, a double house and lot on the Athens road, (Telegraph Road,) occupied by Eiiakin Davis, 500 feet beyond the corporation line. Sale absolutely at 10 1/2 o'clock a.M. Terms part cash, part on time, or Land Warrants will be taken as cash at 31 per acre. G N. Dark June 27, 1853 -------------------------------- ROAD NOTICE The Commissioners of Meigs county at their June session 1853, determined that general levy of one mill on the dollar be assessed upon all articles subject to taxation, for State and County purposes in said County on the Duplicate of 1853. June 28, 1853 FLOUR STORE The Union Mills having undergone a complete and thorough repair, we are now manufacturing and keep constantly on hand, a large stock of very superior FAMILY FLOUR AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE The HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for WHEAT and HIDES ROBINSON, SONS & CO. June 28, 1853 [Transcribed by Joyce Grady]
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