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Foreign and Domestic News.
Foreign and Domestic News. Election News.
Foreign and Domestic News. Election News. CHICAGO, Nov. 10.
We Western. fi ,;.
ooontka in Illinois. Bnchteaa a majonty
-VApringfieW detA gim Biasel 10,
000 nijority- Miller, Eepubbcan candi
date for State Treasurer, probably fourteen
iboir Republican majority over the Au
gust election. There in little or no differ-
ence in the Southern counties. "
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 10.
Returns '' from sixteen give
Fillmore 16,848: Buchanan, 14,879. Tif-
" .tees additional counties give Buchanan I
A fxnrk ! I-. 1
Buchanan's majority in the State is pro-
. -1 . .
IkdiaSa. The Legislature stands as
- follows: .V: "
House 63 Dem, 35 Rep. ' Senate
25 Denu, 28 Rep., 1 American.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11.
v Great excitement was raised last evening
fit a meeting of the Jackson Democratic
Association, occasioned by hostile demon
strations on the part of solue members,
growing out of differences relative to the
composition of a committee to make ar-
rangemeffts for the celebration of the Dem-
- ocratic triumph. '
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 11.
f- Almost complete returns from 32 coun-
oa Ttruianan 1 R3J2 Und Fillmore
17836! Same counties in August gave
Polk 19210, Ewing 21280. -These coun
ties constitute Fillmore's principal strength.
CHICAGO, Nov. 11.
X-:19- Mflwaukie Sentinel make Fre
mont's majority in Wisconsin 10,000.
- Potter, Republican, for Congress, 1st dist
600; Washburn, do- 2d dist, 8000; Bil-
dnghurst, do, 3d dist., 1600. Legislalure
Republican majority Senate, 5 ; House,
:,20. Editor of the 'Remitter (Democrat)
SpringfiekVsays Buchanan has 6100; Bis
ter? 100; thinks Buchanan's majority ra
ther below the above figures. ' -
CHICAGO, Nov. 11.
The Young Men's Fremont met
this P M- reorganized and appointed an
Executive Committee. They also second
ed ' the nomination bv the Youn Men's
Central Union of New York, of Fremont
for the Presidency in 1860.
RICHMOND, Va., Nov. 3.
1' A message from Rogers vi lie, Tennessee,
states that the majority for Buchanan iu
Hawkins county is 193. ,
- Returns from Blountsville, state that in
Sullivan county the Democratic majority is
The best judges here declare that Ten
nessee has given .a large majority for Buch
anan. , In 72 counties from which returns
have been received, there is a Democratic
majority of 20,000.
AUGUSTA, Ga., Nov. 8.
The returns from Georgia are now near
ly all in. . The Democratic majority will
AUGUSTA, Ga., Nov. 8.
Our advices from Alabama report large
Democratic gains in almost every county.
Majqrityestimated at 20.000. -
As Mr. John Whitney, of Loudon vilie,
in this county, was returning home about
10 o'clock on the evening of Tuesday, the
4th inst, from the railroad depot, in the
village, where he had been waiting to hear
election returns, he was knocked down
with a club, robbed of some $50 or up
wards, and left upon the ground for dead.
He revived sufficiently to crawl to his
house, which was but a few rods distant,
but was unable to speak. He remained in
an unconscious condition through the night,
and died about seven o'clock the next
Immediately after the affair became
. known, a most vigilant search was institu
ted, and dispatches sent up and down the
railroad? but "up to this time no clue to the
murderer-has been obtained. -
The deceased was a tniddle-agsd man,
with a large family, and ; was among the
most extensive farmers and best citizens of
the township. His assassination has cast
a gloom over the neighborhood, not only
on account of the loss of a valued citizen,
but for the fear each mau has for the safe
ty of hia own life. . . .
P. S. A grocery keeper, of Loudonville,
was arrested, on Thursday, charged with
the murder, but was acquitted. Ashland
,.M "I " - - 1
ROCKFORD, Ill., Nov. 11.
county, in endeavoring to arrest , Alfred
Countryman, charged with stealing, this
A. was shot dead by prisoner. : The
murderer fled to the woods. Large num
bers of citizens pursued and captured him
and lodged him in jaiL Great excitement
prevailed and a strong disposition was
manifested to lynch him which was finally
WASHINGTON, Nov. 16.
The President has caused to be submit
ted to the Government of New Grenada a
formal proposition for the concession to the
United States of the municipal control over
the Panama Railroad route the cities of
Aspinwall and Panama, and a strip of the
Territory through which the roads runs
sufficiently wide to" ensuie the protection
of the route from future violence.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 17.
, We have a dispatch from our correspon
dent at Lancaster, dated this evening.
He Btated that there has been a heavy run
upou the -bank to-day, but that it has dis
charged "all its obligations promptly, aud
is understood to be. able to meet all possi
ble demands of its creditors. Mr. Buchan
an, the former President, having resigned,
Smith was unanimously elected his
successor. , -
Fire in the Woods.
MANSFIELD, O., Nov. 3
Messrs. Editors. The fires raging in
the woods through the western part of the
the State, are doing great damage to fences
and railroads. - The prairie between Forest
aud lima was all on fire yesterday, which
had communicated with the railroad track,
and nearlv destroyed it for a distance of
half a mile. On the Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne
ana i,nicago road, two bridges were burned
between Mansfield and Wooster last night
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 17
Ramon are current here to the effect that
the Lancaster Bank in this State has failed.
lne last advices irom .Nicaragua are,
that General Walker had appointed Fer
min Ferree, a native Nicaragua n, as Minis
ter to the United -States. Vol.- Wheeler,
the American; Minister, was .still in poor.
neaitn, ana was about to return nome t
f( Reports favorable to Walker's continued
success in Nicaragua are sent to the Uni
ted States, and among them, is one to the
enect that peace will soon be proclaimed.
,The following which we take from the
Panama &ar, of October 23d, gives a dif
ferent account of Walker's late victories,
from those already published. - - -
From a private letter received from Grey-
town by the Royal West India Steamer
Dee, we have been favored with the follow
ing extract: " ."
"r rom tbe-interior there are so many
contradictory statements that really none of
them are reliable," the most so is, that on
the 1 1th, Walker marched his forces to Ma
gay a, and when within two miles of there
the allied forces came out to meet him and
after some skirmishing 'retreated to that
town, where Walker received a very warm
reception, so much so, as to think Granada
more hospitable quarters. Un bis return,
which was most unexpected, he found the
city in posession of a party of Chormorrists
from Ubantacles, numbering some 300, who
had sacked the city, even Walker's private
papers coming into their hands, and Grana
da was theirs were it not that in their ea
gerness for plunder they neglected the nec
essary precaution for defence. Ihey strip
ped Walker of all his clothing and provis
ions, as well as those belonging to the ar
my. - Walker's position is a critical one, and
on hia next battle depends his fate. He
receives numerous augmentations and plen
tiful supplies by every opportunity, never
theless the desertions from his army are nu
merous. Iu the last battle he was 850
strong; the 300 who occupied Granada
made bad use of their time, and thought
more of plunder than of duty; had they
burnt the town. Walker was completely
ruined. The few Americans who were in
Granada behaved well, defending the ordi
nance, guard house and hospital.
Important from China.
New Yobk, Nov. 13. By way of Cali
fornia we have received news from Hong
Kong to the 20th of August.
The rebels had taken the city of Ken-
Yung: also Kintan, near Chang low,
There were large bodies of the rebels near
Soochow, and the early capture of that city
was inevitable, lhe rebels were also mak
ing demonstrations upon Pekin. - -A
dreadful freshet had occurred at Can
ton. All the street were submerged daily
for a fortnight, and much property had
been destroyed. The great Pagoda, four
teen centuries old, had been undermined
by water, and had fallen, burying the
priests beneath it.
A great lire had also occurred at Canton.
Hundreds of buildings aud boats ' were
burned, and two hundred men, women and
children were burnt or drowned. -
The rice crops in the vicinity of Canton
were greatly damaged by the freshet.
Many villages had also been destroyed. .
The Indian troubles in this
have recently been renewed, and threaten
to become serious and extensive than ever
before. Gov. Stevens, who had advanced
into the Walla country, for the purpose of
negotiating a gcnetal peace with all the
tribes in that quarter had been obliged to
vacate the same, together with such U. S.
Troops as accompanied him. -.
News from Lake Superior-Locality
News from Lake Superior-Locality of the Vessels--Death by
morning has the following items, furnished
by the arrival of the propeller Gen. Taylor,
not before noted :
The Gen. -Taylor passed the North Star
near White Fish Point, bound up. ' She
also reports the propeller Mineral Rock
aground on the Saut Flats. A scow was
procured to aid in getting her off; which
undertaking was probably affected soon af
ter the Taylor's departure. The propeller
B. L. Webb, which was repairing some
of her machinery at Whisky Bay, was ex
pected to leave on the 11th inst, bound up.
The Gen. Taylor brought down all the
survivors from the steamer Superior, - but
one.- Mr. Rice has kindly furnished
free passes to them over the Michigan Cen
tral Railroad. She brought down ihebody
of Austin W. Lester, mate and pilot of the
propeller B. ' K Webb, who was frozen to
death at Whisky river, Lake Superior on
the night of the 8th inst.. The propeller
was lying at Shaw's lauding on the 7th
inst, Mr. Lester, the steward, clerk, and
one f the wheelsmen went early - on the
morniug of that day in the small boat to
the Saut, for the purpose of getting bolts
for one of the wheels, and other necessaries.
They started on their return the same
night, during a heavy storm from the west,
which soon drove the boat ashore. The
party then proceeded on foot, wading
through water middle-deep, till they reach
ed Whisky River, which they could not
cross, and where they remained in sight of
the propeller till Sunday. Mr. Lester died,
from freezing at half past 9 o'clock Satur
day evening. His comrades had their
feel frozen. Mr. L. was a citizen of De
troit, and leaves, we believe, a family.
Latest from Illinois.
.' Last night we received the following dis
patch from Springfield, from the editor of
the Journal: - ' "
Ens. Tribune " ' . ' .'
Ninety-seven counties . heard from offi
cially.- , ' - -Oi
Buchanan 1,267 ahead of tremont.
Bissell 7,536 ahead of Richardson.
The whole Republican State Ticket
The Legislature Senate, Republicans
12, Democrats 13. House Republicans
39, Democrats 36.
The counties to hear from on President
and Governor are St, Clair, Crawford, and
Those three counties may have given
Buchanan 1,000 majority, and Richardson
500. From this it would seem that Col.
Bissel has beaten Richardson about 7,000,
and Buchanan's majority over Fremont is
in the vicinity of two thousand. Twenty
five to thirty thousand Old Whigs threw
their votes away on Fillmore.
Miller and Moore. Miller,the Repub
lican candidate, has beaten Moore, the Pro
Slavery candidate, for State Treasurer,
more than twenty thousand. There were
but two persons runing for this office;
hence the vote for treasurer is the only fair
test of actual party strength in our State,
and it shows Illinois to be Anti-Douglas
by an overwhelming majority. Two years
ago Moore beat Miller 2,915 votes. Now
Miller beats him over 20,000. Smoke that
ye slavocrats and doughfaces Chicago
A young man named Norfleet, of Cula
horaa, Miss, shot and mortally wonnded a
young- inan named Harver, in Memphis, a
few days ago. Norfleet was drunk at the
time? xt 7 : " 7:"
t.-Mf. E. Berryniaivason of Dr. Berryman,
of New Castle, Kyn was shot in that town
on the 29th ultimo, by N. Edwards. It
is said that Mr. B. cannot possibly survive
The Dayton (0.) Gazette says; Fierce
fires are, jrevailing in the woods in every
direction. They are sweeping over large
tracts in Mercer and Auglaize counties. A
young man by the name of Hawthorne,
living near St. Mary's, was burnt to death,
day or two since, while engaged in fight
ing the flames that were approaching his
fences, f . ' :
We learn from the Mason county (ILL)"
Herald that a Mr. J. A. A 1 wood, residing
in the vicinity of Spring Lake, in that
county, while cutting corn. in his field, re
cently, was fired upon by an unknown and
concealed enemy, and mortally wounded.
Alwood has had scrioiu. difficulties with
some of his neighbors, out of which a crimi
nal prosecution against them has arisen,
which is yet undecided ; and it is supposed
that he has been shot to prevent his giving
testimony against teem. . -
We' have seen a block of marble taken
from the -quarry opposite Cope Girardeau,
fifty miles above Cario on the Mississippi.
This marble is of a brownish color, beauti
fully variegated, of a very fine grain, and
susceptible of a high polish. It would be
excellent in mantles, ornaments, &c. It is
being used for building purposes at Cnpe
Girardeau. C arta JJtua.
the Aew lork rost says that some
difficulties have sprung up between Mr.
James Colt and Col. Samuel Colt, his bro
ther, and that the. former, to mforce his
claims for. 750,000, has attached the
property of Colt Manufacturing Company
South Hartford, Conn., which will be
contested in a court of law.
A private letter from London assumes us
Douglas Jerrold and Charles Kings-
will visit America in the course of the
coming winter. There was at one time a
rumor that Mr. Jerrold would lecture du
ring his sojourn in the United States.
The Richmond Vaig has been shown
several beautiful white silk handkercheiefs,
made by two young ladies of Rappahan
nock county, Ya Misses Willis, from the
product of silk worms fed by , themselves.
Preston King is likely to be the next U.
Senator in New York in place of Gov.
Fish. The New York Mirror is in favor
Mr, Raymond of the Times. Should a
city man be taken we hope General Webb,
the Courier and Enquirer will be the
man, or Mr. Bryant of the Post. O. ' S.
There is' a rumor . from England to the
effect that an English Earl, who was en
gaged in the Crimean war, is about to lead
the hymenial alter the noble-hearted
self-sacrificing Florence Nightengale.
bhe has been elected an honorary lafe
Governor of the Royal Free Hospital, Lon-
Cassius M. Clay, in a speech at Chicago,
few days since, declared from his : own
observation, that white men can and do la
in the cotton fields, and that in Texas
there is a German settlement, where they
produce one-third more from an acre of
cotton than the slaves do.
The Torre Haute and Alton and the
Belleville and Illiuoistown Railroads have
been consolidated, under the title tf the
Terra Haute, Alton and St, Louis Railroad
Compan. 3 The. Belleville road is practi
cally an extension of the Terra Haute from
two at Wood Jtuver to fat. Louis, a dis
tance of twenty miles." ' '' - '-'
An American on the Papal Throne. A
correspondent of the New York Postsri
ting from Rome, 13th Oct, says: This
morning Colonel. Hiram Pearson, of San
Francisco, was fined one thousand piasters
seating himself on the throne of the
Pope. - ; . IT'"" . f
From the Cleveland Plaindealer, Nov. 14th.
The Government Official Scoffs!
Provioen ce and Politics. The church
from the days of the Crusades has taught
doctrine of special Providence. It is in
rituals, songs and sermons, aud is an es
sential part of its creed. Upou this belief
founded the duty of prayer. ; ; - ' ;
In the late campaign this dogma has
been ul to the severest test. -.-"
Priests, praying men and praying women
have presented the bloody issue of "bleed
ing Kansas" upon their knees, and after
postiug their God in regard to the doings
the Border Ruffians and the wickedness
the Democratic party, called on Him as
unerring judge of all hearts, and the
omnipotent dispenser of human events, to
down the powers that be and go for
"Fremont and Freedom." - - ; ,
The thirty-five hundred clergymen who
attempted to arrest the legislation of this
country by threatning Senators with the
wrathif the Almighty, their imitators and
sympathisers throughout the land, the for
ty thousand deacons and five hundred thou
sand feeble minded men and sickly women,
who, trembling under the lash of these dic
tatorial priests, all joined in one general
supplication to put down the Democratic
party. -- Every fact, every argument, every
consideration that could oe brought to bear
upon an All-wise and , Omnipotent Being
was piously presented and aid devoutly ask
ed. Here was a case that called for the
especial interposition of Divine Power, the
strongest case ever presented by mortal
man. . ; . - , 7 .. -. ' s ; -
'"The bloodiest picture in-the book of
time, and yet what is the sequel. 1 he
people of the United States, it seems,
"were left to regulate their domestic insti
tutions in their own way, subject only to
Constitution." The principles of the
Nebraska Bill were not only endorsed by
people but by the Almighty himself,
there is any truth in the dogma of "spe
cial Providences.". Either Beechcr and
satellites were mistaken in their facts,
else deceived as to the character of the
Almighty in interfering in such matters.
Sold! The Buffalo Courier has among
items of marine disasters, the following:
The tug Hadley, was lost on Lake Michi
gan on Tuesday last. Crew saved.
The tug "Hadley," lost on Tuesday, was
democratic candidate for Congress iu
this district, swamped by the Republican
majorities from the rural districts. The
Courier is sold by a joke of the Amcican.
Milwaukee Sentinel, 13th, .
NEW YORK, Nov. 17.
The steamer Empire City, which sailed
Havana to-day took out 1150,000 in
specie, $80,000 of which was in American
November 12, 1856.
Wheat 41J2: Rye 50 cts.: Corn. 33: Onto. 25:
Hulter 15 to 16; Kggs, 12; Beef, hind quarter, 5;
rare quarter, 4 ; rorx, awnu nign.
CLEVELAND, Nov. 12, 1856.
C Floor, $6 and $65; Wheat, $149 $1,21;
MARRIED Ob the 18th inst.. by the Rev.
J. Helsli. Mr. JOHN O.- EVERETT and
iliss CA ROLIX E KELLY both of this place.
Jfp-We:s;op the press" to insert the above
that bis numerous friends may know that he
has found his all (awl) at .last, and that we
received a nice cake. Wholl follow suit t
On the 11th inst.. bvlhe Rev. Philo At. Sek-
riK Mr.GEOP.GE FISHER and Miss RACHEL
WARD, of faint township... ..... Si -.
On the same day', by the seme. Mr. GEORGE
HOTT and Miss MARGARET CONKXE,of
Marriage Notices. New Advertisements.
This figure represent! Jack Ciiaqae, Boot Dealer.
THE undersigned respectfully notifies the
public to look out for him. "He is the one
who started the other night for California with
out paving his liabilities.
. C. HATT, Shoe Dealer.
MiUersburg.OXov.SO, '56 13tf.
'" NO W OPENING '
The Assortment is Complete, Comprising
ALL KIN D S .
DeLaines, Shawls, Bonnet Ribbons,
LACE, EMBROIDERIES. Arc.
Please Call and
Nov. 13, 1856 12tf
Large Family Bible.
WHO don't want one? If you ain't supplied,
attend to it immediately. Try
CASKEV, on the Corner.
Sept.' 4, 4856. '
T I 3VL
IS STILL ON THE WING!
And if yon would be prepared to use its
passing moments to advantage -
CALL AT -
SMITH & FRY'S
the old stand formerly oeeunied bv Smith t
Leopold in the brick block opposite the Court
House, Millrrsbnrg, Ohio, where you can be
suited wiin every variety oi Due
prices as cheap as the same quality of arti-
- 8 s a
n 4 5
3 a S
J3 to a
cs-0 Ss g
Together wiih a beautiful assortment of
Such as Silver and Silver riat.nl Table, Tea
Desert Spoons, Salt SpooHB. Butter Knives;
Silver riated forks; also, nne cutlery, .Lamps.
Lamp Fluid. tc, tc; also, an extra article of
MORTON'S COLD PENS,
-3f All kindn of jucfaihiso in connection
vith the above business done to order. Par
ticular attention will be given to the repairing
fine Watches. Work warranted.
Oct. 8th, 1856 7tt
DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
GROCERIES, ETC., ETC. ;
. ITIllleraburgi Oblo.
t Produce taken la exchange for floods.
Sot. , iss
A OF ALL KINDS,
J AT THIS OFFICE. V
tm A - Supply
NlvU" In GO TO
rTlv"" J Hair ik
f iLiw poc,atumi
&f 5if5 -EXTRACTS
VpniijSl Just Recevd
iSM. .: Ycrgin's.
-A T 2
s jn33$s$sl I'
ll iP a flpHi!) iJ
Ct. of Clay and Jactsca sts.
RE1MENSNIDER will sell AT COST from
this date, all the stock of Goods now in
his store. All persons wishing to puniaie
GOOD GOODS AT COST !
IVill please give him a call before the bargains
are ail carried off. - "
Jlillersburg. Kov. 10, lc56. . novl3::12tf
' NOTICE. :
ALL persons indebted to P. RnvEtsxrcni
will please make payment to the under
signed, at the Store-room" lately occupied bv
Mr. Reimensnider. WM. F. SMITH, ,
"TMr. P. Reimensnidcr and VT. HcKee
are authorired to receipt for me.
WM. F. SMITH. Amrut.
Millershurg. Cct. 1, "56. - novl3":12tf
BlBITKn CONE TO ECBOPGl
THE ELECTION OVER
-. The Country Restored to Quietness.
TREMENDOUS RIOT !
CAUSED BY TEE ARRIVAL OF
FROM the Eastern Cities, whence he is
daily receiving, opening and displaying
the largest, cheapest ana best assortment of"
Fall & Winter Goods
Ever brought to this or any other western mar
ket.' Look well to your interest, and call at
Claek's and examine his extensive stock of
- Dry Goods, . . Groceries, Qucensware,
Boots fe Shoos, Hate A Caps, Sole Leather,
In fact everything that contributes to the
Health and Happiness of Customers.
It is an incontrovertible fact come and see
for yourselves that yon can buy
Calicoes, Muslins, DeLaines, '. Merinocs,
Thibets, Silks, Bonnets, . Ribbous,
Trimmings, Shawls, Hosiery, tc, fcc. .
20 PER CENT.
Than at any other House
In this section of the wide world positively !
We would also have you know that we have
declared war against h:gn prices on
Broadcloth, Satinet, &c,
And that you can save your precious time and
money by calling at Claek's betbre it is too late.
Ladies, stop at. the corner, and if you can't
make vour war thromrh
; THE SENSE CROWD AT CtftSK'S, ;
Look in at the windows, and feast vour eyes on
the rare luxuries and bright colors just emerged
from the most fashionable emporiums of the
J. E. CLARK. '
Millersburg, Nov. 13, 1856 12tf
Tirnen Change So do Ijandlords. -
TillSTER.V UOI SE,
- ; - is sow kept by i
WM. BUTLER & SON,
WITH particular regard to the wants of the
Traveling and Boarding public. - Try the
House now. Passengers carried free of charge
to and from the Cars
There is a Livery Stable kept in connection
with the above House. Horses and Vehicles
let cheap, and persons taken to any given point
in the Burrotmnint; country at moderate charges'
. SepL4,1856 UxS. , -
It must be Preserved !
end the subscribers have formed
into a copartnership 'for the
purpose oi carrying on me
; Cabinet and Chair Making Business !
In all its various branches, at the well-known
stand East of the Public Square, formerly oc
cupied by James Farra; where they are now
manufacturing ana Keep on nana agooa sirppiv
of furniture of all kinds. - Among our stock may
be found Sofas, Te-a-Tes, Lounges, Secteta
eies, Book-Casks, Wardhobes, Bubxais, Ccp
boajuis, Tables. .Stands and Bedsteads, of all
styles and prices ; alao.
CUSHIONED, CASE-SEATED, WINDSOR,
And other Chairs latest styles, and cheap.
Remember, friends, that we warrant all our
work to give good satisfaction.
t?r VV e also keep a HKAKSE, and arc pre
pared to furnish Colfins on the shortest notice
to ail parte of the county.
lhanKnu tor past tavors, we respcctlullv so
licit the continuance of vour patronage.
FARRA & YOUNG.
' Sept. 25, 1656 5tf.
. ; BALTIMORE
H. S. WESTON,
IS THE ONLY AGENT FOR C. S. MALT
bt's celebrated Baltimore Oysters for Mil-
loruhnn and vicinitv. Ketailers and families
supplied bv the Case. Can or Half-Can. Horn
but JNO. I IIVSW-TH W1J4 i v iwt.. it j
Try 'em. ' Sept. 25, l56-5lf.
Absulom Baker, Ti ff.
Jacob Hine, Dft
Before H. G. Saunders. J. P. of Hardy town
ship. Holme county, Ohio. '
On the sil at day of October 1856, said Justice
issued an order of Attachment in the above ac
tion, for the sum of Forty-two dollars and thirty
cents, (f 42,31.) with interest thereon from
the SMth day of July, 1856.
MiUersburg,Ohio, Oct. 21. 1856. ,
. ABSOLOM BAKER, Pl'ff.
I THE TANNERY of CAMERON and VOR.
WORK, in Millanlmrir. fur whkh w will MT tha
arheat market nrlrr.
Ort. l-4m -
"XrOTICE is hereby given to all persons in
1N trrested, that the following accounte have
been tiled iB the office of the 1'robate Judge of
Holmes eotnty, Ohio, and will be for hearing
cn Monday the 1st day of December, 1856:
Final account of Joseph D. i tiller, guardian
of Andrew Stutsman.
Final account of Daniel TH--, guardian of Al
bert Wells and Lucy Kllen Veils.
-. Final account of liavid McCulloch, adminfe
trator of I'arkeson Grant, deceased.
Accouut of A. I'hliuan, administrator of
George Uhlman, deceased.
Final aecocnt of David Ship, administrator of
Ceorge Huk, deceasodi
- Final account of Valentine Voglu, adniiuistra
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Nov. G, 1856 td. . . .
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BENJAMIN MANCHESTER, of the coun
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ridge of Wayne co., Ind., Phebe Heraings and
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Ohio, Hannah Cook, of the State of Iowa, Eliza
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her husband, of Richland co., Ohio, Rebecca
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will take notice that a petition was filed against
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Isaac Manchester, and is bow pending, wherein
the said Isaac Manchester demands partition of
the following Real Estate, to wit: Lot No. 9 of
Section No. 4 of Township No. 9 of Range No.
9Military land, con tainine one hundred acres of
land, lving and being in Holmes County, Ohio. ,
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