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tdLr.J TOWN tO within the Connty of Holmes, return
Of IsHvT rVr ,y sw for the nou-pa men t of Tin
VtrL?iriMiia thereo, leeUer swirl. Use 1
iSar 185 tucme yfal r. . "
SSvarSrw " . .k . . -L " 1 ' IB.TiSI W 1RTSi : 1 ACHE
MictjIpt IZftniei j ; . - - I
:r I .-J Tract PnmTTHVf
VSlQ juue r- r yi
Crura Abraham ...... .--
M'Cowell James ',.r...j-,---r
ITT " 'TT
Ohi. Life "LsVeesid xust Cornpaayl
Purdy Abner .a..-...'.
.mzStaOLANDi. st"- TtJ trjJjn
Bevvslee Charles ...;..,...;.... j,v;.n.
Calhoon Robert Tv.j.f-..irL.i. J
King David ..,.;,;i.tT.v.i;
Long Erederuk .lifU,.i.v.i-i-'-
.Same . ...;(,. j.
M 'Mullen William
M'Crackea Samuel T't.S-'-i----r
M tx nk ey YV illiam,. j-.- -'-
PrClSt Jjevl 5I. k - -T'rl- rr r-i
Pearce Alrjheus..,..-,!.!,.-? iTr'-'-Snow?
William i .u . re - f i-
Snow li rulda . . -r, i. 1 t V
Sapp William R ..-.T-,
Snyder John b.i.;;.,.;
SI ait G". and others . .
Dc rig Samuel . , .r , ,
King IHvid.". .. .... .
Ssiita jirBold, ...........
lord f mas B J..4. !..,...
-. J2)Jr.pv,n'.l! i uiiY -Gilbert
Gaffer Albertua. ... t... .i 4
Schao A. F.N
Weiricb S, fl : .ra..vtf.-
- 'JiHSliit. " ' ' ";
Darij JowtfiV.'. f.":r... Is:.
: ; baiAtt crtavt'-T. i
SUoub Ohrietiaa ...-j. . .-.
SALT CREEK.: '' "-7 : -Fmdley
Garmiro John . ......;
Robre--Marfi . ::
Yoder David. . ...'....L'.jJ
.-jpjiauiieji t , .,.;,
Hues Gffc e. ...... ...
- Same .'i .'. 1 . ;
Roberts Oeorg'. .
Eerang Ira . . 4 ..'.'J'. ".'
Price. William . jw.n.-. .-.e . . Jiv
Sdow Elizabeth .
BriiioB X. J).' ..... .4'..
Berry afinak i . i . ; J. . . .' . . .
SnperintCBdeHt ltt.V.,4, Pitts. B.R Co.1
ntr of Holmes, returned lclinnctii
Haxea Mr the
459U 8S8 6
11c; f 1 42 fi
'pt a e t -;
B e s b tT
eat 3;4i 3
- pt e s w
"mnn If" 'ri
w side b e a e
a v pt a e e
W - ;
middle pt w a e
, 2 :V
3 19 5
9 46 9
s w n w
middle pt w 1 (
n v a e
b e b e
17 19 atrcwBe
i l !
;pu5 to er
. ..... L.. J . I
B w side 43
pt B W JC
ptrww I 2 -
541 1103 9
153, 5 562
714 15 42 6
388! 7 916
612 1248 7
Ollt lOt B
w s pts 36
1277 26 01 3
9; 1 middle pt s side 3!
i-w 8 sia jot lb
, 70 6
X. IV. IIITaxV
6 9.1 ptspt2J
pt c c w side a w
middle pt 12
pt 8 w c s e
w end 8 ?
pt w side fracliou y
pt s e e frw"'
2 39 2
4 24 4
pt s sidit s w fraGtioBi
a w s
s w c e f ; . v
ptswe a !
FARMESSVILLE. " " ' '
f irr-LOT. : 1 Tit., ii . w
JDB?117 17,i I'Ua 10,ii577
Fisherfleorge J ' kJ-&-,- "lif 10i:4I0
Kircn Lewis ., ,. ve j r rvf ., ,; ;. 9 14 I
Shaak Esther , , ia.SJ-m-i SOa ,.81 3
.M:r-: ti' WJSD8V1LLE.1 .0 ''H
LeTeagood Joba : 1 30- j om -9 i' 4 2
. 1. Sine ; - f .v.vj 31 w." io n;n-3 .w 14 j
Bow -Michel -j
1 .-same 1 -.-nE e;!: 3
Irl .V 9
14 1 ,
,3 14 1 1
' 14 1
oi "same' ai irH ,-s-4Vi
,i same ..- 5
. -I i; I- 6 !.
,.1 -.1,: 7
r, .:.., 8 r
1 ( . w 10 .
IV-,1 u 13 !
K c -.16-'t
-1 r-;lii 17 -.
, W I-!
- i same
t,r;same) -s: . -. 2ft ,
e-.' same w ' ; . 27;
same jui .a 39:
39 , .
.-.' 40 'j.
in.: 43 f!
i BSK.e c.ii
li: BCJEa-J 1-j
nri a j
saa. i .
' sar j u
9 : 141
9 14 1
9 - 14 1
..( ;j.-tii 9
V. ,- 48- !1
" 49 :
same , , si HJ'J:!"'
y Bill , j M
same i:, ' C-1- i 63
y sarte . i 54
, same .."J ..' i. 55
. 65 :
-r 67 r
f. 9 -i4 1
t n 141
9 14 1
same 75 9
.- sained ' :-'76 '
e!BM"! 77 -9
same . .
; some j '
'. same "
same r -t
CnkaowB Owners '19
: A '
ttsW11 -' "22 "'? ':'
"I "'28 :' r-". 9
1' same '
"42 :'( 83
- . ,-,.1 .
. 9 141
9 1 141
OT 9 141
. -i an?, iaojr. 2 y. & -i
Fisher George 12 . ... ,.jj.255 4 43 4
' ;3 !l OXFORD - ; -
Dsrbi2 "ELjaa-T jlikX O X-WSsfi 8
Meaner Wm (heirel 27 "
189 77 3
' 26 .1379
Raadles Abraham 10 JA
Piper Samuel M 25 " e half -
Burger Joh r iiii'39i
Cramer Ferdinaad 36 - '.
Harbold Adam 22 . . T
HnU Thomas ;r '35 ", '
Jarvis John- 11 '1 37 n I
Lindr Jacob. "j ir 40 1 half '
Morrow Robert 25 ." 4-- -i;
same 26- -
Pfoute Frederick v 27 ' '
"same 3 23
'5 C" PSJ 0
: 5 -
. 03 0
. same .. ..... i
.samtr-'"" w f
.sanai ,.-Jr -i ,.5..,,, -
ha tM 1 e nj n
f!? I iMIUBRSU&Q2 1 f k
Elliott George Jr. 143 S f K -153: 3 68 8
same' . i 144 g 459 11 06 6
.Episcopal Methodist 30 t 459 11 06 6
Given William 172 . . 918 22 06 9
HeDry SS-.i.-Ct, out lot 43, i-
sec. add. 306 7 37 8
Hoaglaad Moeea '-t at Tip agt Bi2 .-.atsi
-tt.'- rrr 1-5 acre "1224 29 51 3
JastiM'JUbeii 185 ; " 396 12 83 9
JohoBOB Adam (a s) 94 ' 102 2 45 9
Kaight-George 1 76ptBK13ff 26' 62 5
Smith James P 90 ' 77 1 85 4
TidkdWiniaai t e0! naifn408';9 83 7
W7oleamot Alfred 110 - e half 2244 54 10 8
tvperwi nw r ! v 612175 5
r - -TWSALL h ADDITION.
Tidball William u i 10 out eor&i 126
11 do '26
12 doi 0- 26
13 r4o "Ha
same . ,
. same J
' same.!' '.' '".
16 : do
17 ; do
. 20 ,
; 74 5
do ;t i
same -..-j'i. -,
32 do : .
33 do -
IRVINE & ENOS' ADDITION.
ItTine k Eao ' i . S i i ' i to
1 44 6
Bohiiaa Jun - 44 . tt -?7-
f -jU MERLIN, t-i. -
Braden Suuotl N 4
41 0 5
K ,18 34 3
.5-- " - 18 IB
Hott J k P
f , 28 2 51 8
20 39 3
Liwbtad William , Ml.
i:rj i 20 : 3 3
.... ; 15 29 4
15 29 4
- 3 ,
Shaw Sanrael fheirs)
eirs) ont-lot S pt
NEW CAM.1RT.E -
Faith "Totith ,i ! j - 18 -: . i txl.T. l-Vt
-.....,,., .WXINSSSS0.nt -a; s
HaunJohn . ' . 48 . i , . IS
S 36 2
, MLDDLETO WN.
RobinettM A - 24 pt '
i . . BALL'S ADDITION.
Berrer A Lrveland -13 77
1 42 1
Ball John j.fi - . Is ' .' ' .n 28 I
LoreUnd E J
oat lot 2. ... M - 92 4
8nyderlaefr; . 88 i. i i "f t i
a.n mi fT'rn ru.'Tss r4
i!i ft i T! i S,-3
iliaWJU lil iU LiX:i2L38S
wet lot 13 0
1 65 4
, 68 2
. LAFAYETTE. ,-,
Btrchaoan Samnel ' 11 '
IS m i.
Beaver S C
Dnurbertv Bidwou '
Griffith James . ...
6 M 1
1 It 4
6 64 7
t 20 S
LiTenperger G r
41 X '
48 I B li.
r)arlet Jacob 26. r . a
Foroe Allen - 24 " ' '
Ilummood Peter '. 33
1 34 0
1 00 3
4 65 I
6 78 7
2 05 a
HuUliwoa Jamea ..... 4 . ,,t
Henoard Wiiliam . . 1
Kedu Adam ' ' ' 43
Van Gil.i-r William 37
1 33 0
1 SMITH & PERKINS' ADDITION.
Conltm Samml D 8S , Bt . 35' 65 8
KarraGorrell 91""" fc 19 68 S
Marsley George 59 1 : ' 1 N 1 13 5
NeU Joaeph ' 72 '." 70 1 32 2
1 - .-'.. NASHVILLE.-, 1 -"
Booth Sarah 24 . ' 3S3 6 57 0
BarnitlME 2 , . . . . 240 4 11 7
Davia Samnel tO. . - :'.4ii - 78 7
State of Ohio, Holmn County, ts:
, 1 hereby certify the foregoing is a cornet list
of Lands aid ToWr Lots, within the County of
Holmes, returned" delinquent by thcr Treasurer
of said eoqnty for the non-payraeat of, taxes
therepa fur the year 1855, to which is added 30
per cent, penalty, together w"th the simple tax-
va tor uie year xoao. . t . .-. : .,
; . - FK'S McCOMB, A. H. C.
Nov. 29, 1856. . trr
; ; . .- Notice of Sale. - ,r ;
. iiuDtTOB's Oftiob, Eolmis Cocstt Ohio. ?
1 . , , Millersburg. Aor. 29, 1856. . I
f Kotiee is hsreby given that the whole of the
salue . .r, fr k-s . , ' "J
same - -.V ':2 .';,;.,'. ..
same "' 9 . 5
same J 11 rSjJ 5 '
same -fc-12' t , j 5
"a-ITJ 14 -ir; VC-. 5
same 'ftSs 5
same. 16 5
same , II , t r 5 4
samev I Jl81 v.-X X 5 '
same 19 . 1 5
several tracts of Land, and Tewa Lots ia the
foregoing list or so much thereof as will be Bee
eesary, to pay the taxes and. penally charged
tlterecav, will be sold at the Court House ia the
towa of .Millersburg ia the county of Holmes
afiiiipfiaid- ad fiuk
being the I2th day of said month,) by the
Treasurer of said county, unless said taxes and
penalty be paid beiire that time. ,v- -. ...
rr. FR'S HcOOHBAa H. Cvt
Ifov. 29, JSStv .n.i. . . y. I v, ,
STILL ON THE WINC!
And if you. would be prepared to use its ;
passing moments to advantage
-,"?- CALiDj AT.7 'i! V
SMITH & FRY'S
the old-stand' formerlv occupied by Smiti
Leopold tn. the trick block opposite the Court
House, Millersburg, Ohio, whi'Mr you rCBB be
isutted with every variety of fine '
f- VATCHES, ' "r
prices as cheap as the same quality of arti-
s.S S i 3 '-
Together villi & beautiful assort meiit of
Such as Silver and Silver Plated Table, Tea
Desert Spoons, Salt Spoons. Butter Knives;
Silver Phited Forks; also, fine Cutlery, Lamp,
Lamp Fluid, oVc, tc; also, an extra article of
MORTON'S COLD PENS,
" - warranted. "
MB" All kinds of epaiei!cg in connection
with the above business done to order.. Par
tieuiar attention will be given to the repairing
C -v 1. . , 1
11 hc Karnes..' nvia whtjauicu.
Oct. 8th, 1856 7t'
STILL, ON THE RUN,
LOADED DOWN WITH
boots & shoes:
rPHE L.DEKSIGAED respectfully
informs his old customers and the public
generally thai ke is still fall 01 a good article of
Ladie's & Gentlemen's, r
Boy's and Misses' Boots and Shoes. Every few
days you may sec them tumbling out acartluad
boxes all marked "C. Hatt, Millersburg, O;"
Everybody wonders what Hatt does with all the
goods he gets. Why he sells them,', of course.
reason he can do so. whilst ethers are cry me
theirtock, is- knuwa to hiio- and his cus.
loniers aloae. . tie also keeps , ,1. ..
every description, which he will sell cheap;
believes, he owes his success hecetofor te
honest antl straightforward dealing and he will
endeavor to reader himself worthy of its con
tinuance. - .. . u. hah.
Oct 38, 1856. . . ..! ,
must be Preserved!
riO that end the subscribers have formed
themselves into a copartnership for the
purpose 01 carrying on one ., ., ;; r,
Cabinet and Chair Making Business !
all its various' tranches, at the well-known
stand East of the Public Square, formerly oc
cupied by James Tarra; where they are now
manufacturing and 1-eepon hand a good supply
furniture of all kinds. Among our stc :k may
found Sofas, Te a-Tes, LocxaEs, Si cteta
eies, Book-Cases, V. asdrobes. Bureaus, Cir
icaeds, Tables Stands and Bedsteads, of all
6 y les and prices ; also,
CUSHIONED, CANE-SEATED, "VTIS"! ISOR,
And other Chairs latest styles, and cheap.
Remember, friends, that we warrant a 1 our
work togive good satisfaction. . ' .
J We also keeps HEARSE, and ar pre
pared to furnish Coffins on the shortest notice
all parts of the county. . .
Thankful for past favors, we respectfully 60-
ine conunuance 01 your paironage.
FARRA S5 YOITG.
Sept. 25, 1856 5tC. , ; .. .z - .
ALL PERSONS who are interested will lake
notice that a petition will be presented to
Commissioners of the county of Holmes and
State of Ohio, at their December session, to be
held ia Millersburg in said county, asking for
alteration 01 tne county road leading from the
State road leading from Millersburg in the coun
ty of Holmes and State of Ohio, to Massillon in
Stark county Ohio, to Rezia Snvders Mill, in
said. Salt -Creek township. ' Said alteration to
commence at or near a ran on the line between
lands of Joseph Mast and J.B.4W.E. Pain
ter's; thence to run north on the line of said lands
the North corner of said Painters lands.
Thence East along the line between the lands
said rawter sand Hezia Snyder s until it in
tersects, the said road to be so altered; ' All ly
and being in said Salt Creek township.
.A 1. B. PAINTER, and eleven others,
,'i :i 7 i'v - Freeholders of said county'
Oct. 28, 1856. .. - ii :
Mrs. Sto we's Sev ATel, ;
HAS met with a 'pt-odigioitsand before un
paralleled sale. The publishers are now
making three thousand copies a dar. ednal to
volumes i inxiTK, during working Qours;
at this date are thirteen thousand copies be
hind orders.' Within a trw-rfnvs they will be
te supply aH orders promptly; ' -1
The whole reading public will be delighted
this book, containing, as it docs, all the
and genial humor, the satire, the graphic
delineation of character, the power and fascuia-,
for whirh the author is sd renowned,
sale at the J k.J BOOK STORE. -
Oct. 30, 1856 10t.f . .
- BA L T I MO RE .v v . .
5H. S. WESTO N -"
- AT THE i
THE ONLY AGENT FOR C. S. MALT
bt's celebrated Baltihorf. IrrsTKts'for Mil
loriiburg and vicinity. " Retailers and Families
supplied by the Case, Can or Half-Can. None
mo. 1 uysters will be retailed Dy tne dozen.
'cm. - rgept. 25, 1856 5tf.
Booksellers & Stationers,
.oucui,ssOR3 TO J.., CASKET,)
' , " MUicrsbarg, Ohio.
October 30, 1856iotf
CREDITORS TAKE NOTICE.
Large Family BibiT
3-- IIS - - 1' Jv6
-t -t i.CV"
h n. BAUMGARDNER &. C0.t .'.
' woostek; o.;
-WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
- DKALKK8 TW '
Dagnereotjpe & Ambrotjpe Sfwk,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, .
Fancy Goods, sund Everytliijif; elc
. ... . Ls O- . -
AND ntAXlFACTUKEKS OF ,
MELODEONS, GILT FRAMES. &c -Wooster,
Sept. 1, 1856 2m3. : ' -,;"';
' WOOSTER, OHIO.
THIS celebrated institution is one of the best
of tie kind is the West. We are fully pre
pared to execute all jobs in the way of BIND
ING, RULING, ! BLANK' WOfiK, Vc., at
tastern prices.- ! ' '
Persons wishing any Blading done", will
please leave their Books at Casket's Book
Store, and the same will be promptly Bound
and returned.. -r - ' -, ? f -.- -
. J. H. BACMGARDNER A CO.
Wooster, Sept- 1. 1856 2m3. , .. .. . , r
DAOUERREIAIV &. AMBRO
TYPE MATERIALS Including Instrn
roents, Apparatus, Cases Chemicals, and every
thing used by Artists, will be found at the
Column Building. Our stock is as large as any
in the State, and prices will average lower.
Orders are respectfully solicitedraad satisfac
tion warranted, terms casn. " : "
' J. H. BAUMGARDNER A CO.':
'"Wooster, Sept. 1, 1856 2mX , ...'.; -'
PEliTOX'8 OUT-EWE MAPS.
We have the AgeBcy for these celebrated
maps, and will supply Teachers and. School
District at fmMijier'a. pricen,-.Jiew editioB
$25. All orders enclosing cash will receive
prompt atteBtioB. ' itt' -! f ff", i
J. H. BAUMGARDNER A CO.
Wooster, Sept. 1, 1856 2m3. . T ........... ' .
MEIiODEOXS. Loversof music, why
doyou spend your best days playing on
a Jew's Harp or cracked Accordeon, when yon
ran hnv the' best Melodeons at the Column
Building for 45 to 150?T Come up and see
them. J.- it, DAf HUAAUfl an,
. Wooster. Sept. 1, 1856 2m3. . ) .-:
"Get ont of the way, Old Seedy,1
I'm bound for Cohn's, this time.'
"The' First Thing You Know!."
CLOTHE YOURSELF! I
. . FRESH ARRIVAL
.. ,., , .. OF .
T-OTt7 rWTr-TTT .T "V :rAW l-,a Manila A
thelpublicJgenerally, that be has jusfere
turned from the East witb.-4";-'T
T Caothing for the Million! .
Which he is
than ther -same-
This is no 6c
tioh.friendsind for-.Uie truth of
come, and' ex
and prices for
kind "has ever:
been sold in
HIS STOCK COXSISTS IS
Ready Made Clothing
Of every description; suitable for' Fall, Winter
and Summer. Dress Coats, of the finest cloths,
made in almost every conceivable fashion ;
Over Coats, Vests, Pantaloons, Shirts, Under
shirts, Drawers, Shirt Collars, Cravats, &, tfce.
Such as Cloths, Cassi meres, Casinets, "Vestings,
etc.. t-c, kept on hand in endless quantity and
Quality, and sold cheap.
pg Clothing made to order on the shortest
possible notice. ; ; " y ' . : ';
Sept. 11, 1856. - " " ' 3tt
John C. Fremont,
IH" one handsome volume. Illustrated For
75 cents, at the BOOK STORE. ;
ARNES' Notes oa the Gospel. ...
. Ularke s Uommentaries.
Buck's Theological Dictionary."
Josephus' Complete Works. ... ; ,; . .
Lorewo Dow 's Complete Works.
Goldsmith's Animated Nature. , '
, Camp Fires of the Revolution. . . . .. :, ' . ..
Library of Natural History. - . .
j -D'Aubigne's History of the Reformation.
t Cummins' Lectures oa the Apocalypse. , '
I The Planter's Victim. . . I. , '
Travels in Europe and the East, by Prime. .
i Macauley's History of England 4 volnmes.
i Twelve Years a Slave, by Solomon Northrop
i i ne lesumony ol aa iUvcapea A once t
' Mothers of the Bible. - - ; . -. c.
Religious Courtship: : ! ' " -The
Christian Family Library. ' .; " '
' The Apocryphal New Tertament
Kevin's Bidlical Antiouities. -
. The Elements of Moral Science, by Wayland
-l ne rtetuge; of, a arrative or rugiuve Slaves.
Bascom's Sermons. . . , . , . . .
j Pilgrim's Progress, with Notes. ,., , ,
i Bunyan's Holy War. ... -. .... - ': i" .
' For sale at the 1 BOOK STORE. 1
Millersburg, Sept, 4,1856.., ;;, ',;
i A BOOK YOU SHOULD BUY!
on - .
K Former Risident of the &uthi
The Statutes in Force in Kansas
J; JUL Y. 4, v 1 8 5 6 ; 'I
' A book of over 300 paces well illustrated
for 75 cents. For sale at the : ;,'-- f'j
Oct. 2. - '- BOOK" STORE.
TON'S KATHAmON Th Immeniie of.u.
J laritjr of this uoequalttd Toilet articlo in rotirelr
without precrdeot Ita aale ia rwarlr l.WiO 000 bottles
per year, and the demand it crmita Uy increuinjr. It re
itAreti the Hair when it has fallen r at; prenot-ves and beau
tine, it, imparting tn it a beautiful glow: remorea diuid
m II and keep, tba Hair perfectly clean; white ite deliglit.
perfume rendera it the pleaitanteMt article ever ma. let
Sold everywhere by all respectable dealora, and. In alillera
barg at the BOOK AND FANCY STORE?
IT is geBemlly accnowledged by the Ladies
that the LooKing-Glasses Kept at tlie Book
Store are handsomer and cheaper than any they
can get elsewhere. A few more left..
AGENTS (cither traveling or local )tbr News
papers and Periodical!",, are requestod ito
(end, without delay, tlieir address to the under
signed, and they will be furnished with a busi
ness, which will yield them from 100 to 200 per
cent, profit. They will please state what News-
Caper they have canvassed Hir.r Persons who
ave not hitherto acted as Agents, but who
would like to engage as such, will also please
send their names, Post-office address, county
and State. WRIGHT, MASON A. CO.
''" '" - . , " ,. New York.
Sept 18, 1P56- 4tf. , ...
- -'- ' - ' ' atd, ''.-; - : '
fTThe Cilderslgiied raspttctfuUy inform the citiceiu
J. of Holmes and the ftdjoimng counties -tbrt he has
made ssch mmDtotmXs with the keadin Pitvao boilders
this country and Europe as will enable him to famish
those wantins: good instruments at a lower price than the
same can be bought tor in either of the Western cities.-
These instruments are pat ep hy him and warranted. A
nnmoeroi years expenesrce as 1 earner eo cue nuro grrrm
him Roperior advantages in the seVection of iastrdments
food tone. He has one in his rooms now, constructed
Germany, to which he woukfresaectfnlly call attention.
He is also Agent for the sale of Melodeons sBanm&eta-
red br the "Cleveland llelodeon Com nan v." These in
struments are becom in g very fiiRbionable, taking the place
the iiano ia many places. Those mannlactured by the
above Company are superior instruments, taking the pro
mitim wherever they have njen xhititedw. They vary in
nrice from frX) to PXO. . .
He Is also prepared to give instructions on either The
Piano or Helodeon, and keeps instromenU at his rooms
over jit. Yerein s Drur fctore, lor nis pupus 10 praruce
naoiu - ' : - CHARLES KOLBE.
Millersburg, Oct 14, J856 tt; . . . . 4 .. , .
9 l 9
To Freeze or not to Freeze,
miiADi f Tba nnaMntlAii. 'Whether 'tis wisdom to
X salTer the absence of a few dimes, and enjoy the ce
ntal warmth and cwisuort emcnaticg from a stove procu
red from - .
BRAY THE TINNER,
A. Am w;thnnt and t&kft 11 n uu Affailut S S6 OfttOttble
r . . H -h.ttAr with the cold, or with the airne
shake, or in damp noma to aleep lor want of warmth to
dipel foul Tapon, or perchance to face the chilling winda
of Autumn or the ruthlem blast! of winter, with the r
lorn hope that when I come to warm, one ride mueitreea
while tother tbawn, and then, to torture my internals
with half baked bread, ana other food that' poorly
cooked, for -.- , . ..
Want of a good Stove
No. I will bar a Stove, and nav lor it, too, and thus
avoid the "thousand ills tbat itesb is heir to," for want of
stove. "in a conrrninnutTion oevouu v to ne wisnn, to
have a stove that's good, so here goes lor the sign o the
Big Coffee Pot,
where there is decidedly the best assortment that U has
been year lot to behold lately, of every passible kind, for
every poesiDie purpose, ana tor ue
LOWEST POSSIBLE PEICE,
calculated for burniug Wood or Coal, or both together.
Drums and Stove
Of Russian and Common Iron.
Coal Backets, Shovels and Pokers,
Good Tim Ware in abundance.
Japaned & Enameled Ware,
COPPER & BRASS KETTLES,
Sheet Zinc, &c. &e. -
COME dfc SUSHI,
I am also still extensively engaged in spouting Hones,
and doinr Job Work f every description, all of which I
warrant. , Mind that,
Copper and Iron Lightning Rods put np,
to order at the lowest possible prices. I will take old
Iron, Copper, Brass or Pewter, or country produce.
.... BRAY, the Tinner
Sign of the Bijr Coffee Pot, opposite Cherry bohnes Store
The War Bepn!
.1 .M And in the conflict of ' -
Good Quality of Stoves
-;. -' No quarters will be given by
At the old stand of Wm. McCtcaa.
HE is bow offering the largest and best as
sortment of STOVES ever brought to
Millersburg. He keeps , . "
COOK, ' " 1 " ; - . . " " :
' PARLOR, : ' ;
: -: - box. :
Of every description. Russian and Common
LSTOVE PIPE and DRUMS ; Enameled and
japaned ware ; ; : : n i
That will recommend themselves;- HOUSE
SP0UT1N6, ROOFING, Ac, done to order ;
Of all kinds, always on hand ; and everything
in our line of business will be found in his
large and commodious shop. ;
Repairing, and all kinds of Job Werk,
done on the shortest aotice and on the-' most
reasonable terms. ; : .
Shop three doors West of the Empire House
HEBRON & WEIRICH,
. DKALEB8 IS. X i
ENGLISH, GERMAN, AMERICAN
CUTLERY, Oils, .Paints, Glass, Sash, Pine
Vy Doors, Saddlery, and Coach Trimmings.
juuieraourg, sepi. 11, icoo ju. .
THE subscriber begs leave to inform the peo
ple of Holmes county and vicinity, that he
.-ii t? i il : t
Still IH (ue ruuniirv xuaintan ia iuuientuun;.
He has added to his fist of plows the celebrated
. BUCKEYE HISOR.
He is also prepared to furnish Ground Plows 4
Points got op in good style as in any other
idiori in this recion. ' Please call and see his
r ! J. H. VAN BROCKLIN.
Aug. 21. 1856. ,. ltf
Music Books. : :
Wilder's School Music
Christian Minstrel 1
Brainard's Y'ng Shawm
1 sal mist
, Glee Soolct: -The
Chorus Glee Book
Alpine Glee Sinrrer
The Lute of Zton . .
Minical Gcm -
Cottaire Glee Book
The Young Melodist
All, anamore too, for sale at the Millersburg
Oct. 30, 1856 lOtf ".' .,.-.. i-..- -i; ,.i
KNIVES THAT WILL SELL. A first rate
kit of pocket knive. just received at the
Hook Store.in Millershnrir. They will sell and
give rintisfitrtioa to the buyer. Of this, bo one
want, of a Rood article will have a doubt oa
examining our stock. They are bound to cut
their way into the pockets of the public. . .
) TOR POSITIVELY t't BES
Hums and Scald, PUrt. .,! Rhearaatlira,
Ery.lpilaa, Puncture., Wounds, Cut.,
Bruls.... FeTnrSneM. Unit Kheum. banned Handa.
Sore Nipple. Hrea.ta, Neuralgr Swallinga,
remna, More and innamen r.vea, iteao Ache, Ear Ache.
Mnrnpa. Coma, Bunrena, Ooot Blta of Inaarta. Erowtlana.
all eaiwa of Indamatlnn where the part, affected can
reaahed. For 1. at the BOOK ANfj FANCY STORg
HUleinbarg. - ir:
- AND; H t ,,-rj 4.4
JOSS STULL, " V;1 ,!
THANKFUL for past fevorB, "inrbrms his old
friends and the public . generally, that . he
is still at the old stand, and constantly receiving
such articles ia his line as will supply their
wants. He takes great pains to keep all the ar
ticles common to his branch ef business.' '' J-;
GROCERIES, OF ALL EXTTDSj -
bucn as Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Molasses, byrups.
b pices or all kinds, ground and un ground, Kice,
Salaratus, Fish.sie cc ii S" 'i.-iw'j !
1 - CHOICE LIQUORS,'
Of all kinds, warranted pure, suitable for medi
cinal and mechanical purposes, Bad not very
unpalatable, to those who have aa eye for such
things. . ' , "."... .,
TUBS, CHURNS, BASKLTTS,
Crockery Ware, Ropes, Rakes, Forks, Hoes-jAe,
Ac, and all articles in that line kept for sale.
To such as love , . r
Roasted, Fried. Raw or Stewed, he would say
that he is prepared, to furnish them, and the
nxins, to order. , . -- r A. ; i;.,
Please call and evamiae his stock for your
selves. . -" . .
Oct. 1, 1856-Stt; ' ' i ;'
' , (!
- :, School Books. Jj v .; -r;
A LL the various kinds of School Books used
J in this section of the State, can always be
found at the Book Store, Millersdurg, Ohio
. .i - i . . . .. .
Among uiem may ue kiuuu;
Geooraphiei: :' ; I ' Copy Soola: "'
Mitchell's Primary ? ! A great variety .. .
do Intermediate do-. Uremtmartf ,
do Geography . and Pineo's Primary : . ..
Atlas ' do Analytical . "
Smith's Primary 1 ' (Treene's Analysis' .
do Quarto . . J cumeus -
:do Geography and, Kirkham's i .;, .
Atlas . Bullion's Latin .i
Colton 4 Fitch's Mod- do do Reader
era School ' ' ' "-': Bpaittn:
Morse's Geography and.Northend'a Little
Ray's 1st and 2d .. .
Parker's Revised :
Comstock's do ta'
Comstock's - ' '
Book Keeping: .
Fulton A Eastman's
Exhibition Speaker and
Lovell's Young Speaxer
do - U. a. i . do
Davie's : . .-
Webster's, all sizes
Worcester's . i ., .
Wa A. Batchelor's '
MONKEY i parrel and dogs may be taught
to imitate some of the outward forms and
actions of humanity and foxes manifest aa
aptness ia stealing quite equal to the generality
of mankine but to man alone is iriren the
ability to originate, contrive and construct, and
even the animal seems to divide by his own acts
his tpecies into the different pent of men, or or-
finators, contrivers and constructors and mon
eys parrots and foxes, or imitators, pretend
ers and speculators.- Mark the exempHJicaticm:
Wm. A. Batchelor, of 233 Broadway, 1 ew York,
having by perseverance and years of toil and
costly experiments, succeeded in producting a
Hair Dye, for which he has received fifteen
Meddals and Diplomas and, by all, admitted
to be perfect in all respects, a host of imitating
monkeys and piratical pretenders, who always
beset the paths of genius and toil, and to take
advantage of the wit they do not possess them
selves, have sprung upon the trail laid out by
"Batchelor." With peculiar pertinacity they
beset and worry with pretentious stories and
bravado, every one who will listen to them, and
they frequently succeed ia gaining credit for
themselves and trash. To guard the unsus
pecting, the original and genuine Wm. A. Batch
elor's Hair Dye is now put up with costly steel
ilale engraving, and his signature thereon, rn
our sides of the box, and the address, 233
Broadway, New York.
Jf For sale ia Millersbnrgh, at --
CASKEY'S ea the Corner. ,
Aug.21, 1856... ".". . . . , ."
The Great Russian Remedy.
PRO BONO PUBLICO.
I "1 VERY mother should hare a box in the
li house, handy in case of accidents to the
children Rccklinq's Riusian Solve. It is a Bos
ton remedy of thirty years' standing and ii re
commended by physicians. It. is a sure and
speedy cure for burns, piles, biles, corns, fe'ons,
chilblains and old sores of every kind; for fever
sores, ulcers, scald head, itch, nettle rash, Icb
iohs, sore nipples, (recommended by nurses)
whitlows, sties, festers, flea bites, spider stings,
frozen liiabs, salt rheum, scurvy, sore and crack
ed lips, sore nose, warts and ffesh wounds, it is
a most valuable remedy and cure, which can be
testified to by thousands who have used it in
he city of Boston and vicinity for the last thir
ty years. Ia bo instance will this salve do
any injnry or interfere with a physician's pre
scripaions.. It is made from the purest materi
als from a recepe brought from Russia of ar
ticles growing ia that country and the propri
etors have letters from all classes, clergymen,
physicians, sea captains, nurses and others who
have used it themselves and recommended it to
others. . Redding 's Russia Salve is put up ia
large tin boxes, stamped the cover with a pic
ture of a horse and a disabled soldier, which
picture is also engraved on the wrapper. - Price
25 cents a box. ,-. .?
rsFor sale at the Book Store. Millersburg,
Ohio. .,. , ,
Aug. 21, 1856. 1 . ' ' - - E
A PERFUMED BREATH.
WHAT lady or gentleman would remain un
der the curse of a Jiagrccable breath whea
by using the "Isalm of a Tnoutand flower as
a dentifrice would not only render it sweet but
leave the teeth white as alabaster! Many per
sons do not know their brant h is bad, and the
subject is so delicate that their friends will nev
er mention it. Pour a single drop of the
"Balm" oa your toothbrush and was the teeth
night and morning. A fifty cent bottlo will
last a year. .' .
A beautiful complexion may easily be ac-
auired by usinor tlie "Balm of a Tousand Flown.
ft will remove Tan, Pimples and Freckles from
the skin, lenving it of a soft and reseat hoe.
Wet a towel, poor oa two three drops, aad wash
the face night sad morning. . T. i . , , .
Shaving Made Eaty. Wet you shaving-brush
in either warm or cold water, pour on two or
tnree drops or "liaint of a inoutann flower,"
rub the beard well aad it will make a beautiful
soft lather much facilitating the operation of
shaving. 1 nee only hfty cents, redndge fc
Uo., proprietors, a ew i orir.
For sale at the Book Stork. Millersburg O.
Aug. 21, 1856.
For Teachers and Scholars.
SpENCER WRIGHT'S renmanshin. ' .
The Illustrated Composition Book, containing
Directions, Subjects, and ' Blanc Leaves for
I tie imposition tkioK, also a good thing.
500 Mistimes, of daily occurrence, ia speaxiug,
writing, etc., corrected.
Analytical Orthography, by Wnght. '
Chapman's American Drawing Books :
Faber's Pencils, all Nos. ' ' i ;
Dividers, Drawing Papers, Paints, fcc
To be had at the Book Store, Millersburg.. '
Fine Cutlery. '
mHE best lot of Fine Knives and Scissors ever
J. before offered ia Millersburg, just received
at the Book and v ariety btorc. , Also about
three hat's full of rortmonies, cheaper than
beef at a cent a pound, hoots and horns thrown
in. - . - ' ' ' -"!' ' Aug. 81. 1856.
COLD PENS. ,
A, GOOD assortment of Morton s. and other
n.a.iifnntiirer'K Gold Pens, can be found at
the Book Store in Millersburg. '' -'','
r. Horse Farriers.---i j
Mason's, Dr. Dadd's, SKiBBer's,
X and other Farrier Books, iust received at
Millersburg, U. . , uie jttvviv, tp lUJ..'
Improved Diamond Cement, T"
FOR mending broken Glassware, aad every
description of fancy articles; as excellent
article. Far sale at the 1 BOOK STORE.
cJi iu: 3'Ji---. .J aJ ;svbt
Dealep in. Drugs,. Medicines, CkmkoJtiL
Paints;, Oils, Yarnuhes, TvrpenUtK
Dye-Sttifs, Glass, Snuffs, Tobacco amdi
Cigars, Fancy Articles, Perfumeriss,
HAVTNG JUST Received and will oastar4n
ly keep oa hand a well selected assort
of snch articles as are enumerated above
all others nsually kept ia -Drug Stores
he will sell at the lowest enrreat cash pnJ
He has also o hand all the popular Patent
Medicines; such as Dr. Jayne's, Loudon 'sAyre a,T
Braadreth's, G try soot's, Sands', Bull's, Brandt's,
Wistar's; and, in bet, any article in his line the-'
afliicted mar seed can be had by giriag him av
He also keeps the best quality of Wisest
Brandies, for Medical purposes, to which-4
invites the attention of the afflicted. ' Every. .
aitielesold by him is warranted to be pure.fresB 1
genuine.' Particular attention will be said
filling Physician's orders and putting hpf
prescriptions, family compounds and prepara
tions of all kinds. ' He invites those wishing ar
ticles, ia- his line to call, as he feels assured -that1,
eaa make it to their interest to purchase of J
' . ., t ' v (,".. cf.fsn
Millersburg, Aug. 21, 1856. . ., . .;
dr. w. n; Kirict5:!vLa
Physician & Surgeon,
MIL LERSB UR 6r, OHIO,
OFFICE Clay Streeet, Three. Doors North,
of the Post Office. ' .
Aug. 21, 1856. '- '" "ltf 5
! 1 i t i .'in t ail a
, i - -' WHITE FK H and, PIKl
Received aainr k? the Empire Soon, and foi
by .. ... ' : fa. S. WESTON.
Aug. 21, 1856-lti ,Utir ..v- tfi
DEALER ia Ready-Made Clothing of al .
descriptions and latest styles, also. Gentle
men's Furnishing Goods, corner of Jackson and
Washington straets. - ... -. : ?ltt'i tl
1H1 ?AS3 OF THE SIERRA. ' . J v;j ,
BT JOH5 . WHITTtrit. '
: All niirbt above their .ocky be - "ii
I bey law the stara inarch alow: .... vf
' ! the wild Sierra overhead, z,d "
' , . Tbedeeert'. death below, f 1
aian rrain'8 Lira or ramoa-r. , . .
Tbe Indian from his lodge ot bark, r; 'r
'- Thegrey bear from faia den, " V .
; Beyond their rmmp ires wall of dark,:! til'l-j
Glared on the mountain me a.
. aSAD OTHAH'S UTU OF FUMOStJ i-'-"--
Still npward ttrrned, with aaxieot train," '
Their leader's aleeplen eye, -', ., - . ' j
vYhere splinters of the mo ou tain fb'' ". .
. .. Stood Mask against tbe sky. , u.
BXADCrBLu a 14F OF TtXMOTt.- . y,; Jj.
The nigbt wanned slow; at lasts gfow. A' .
A gleam of sndden fire,
, Shot np behind the walls of snow. :'j ?; iL
Ana itppea eeen icy epirt. . (
SXAD CFBAH'S UFB OF maattsrsV '
"Tp, anen," be cried, "yon rocky eons)-'
lo-aay, please uod, we u pass,
And look from Winter's frocen horns
On Summer's flower and grass." ,
riad craAM's urs or ymtuorr.
Ther set their feces to the hunt, V""
They trod th' eternal aanw, A
And faint, worn, bleeding, hailed at harL f
The promised land below. - ....HtzJ.
sxAormiAa'a Lira or nutsoax. x j
. Behind, they saw the snow cloud tossssT-
Bv znanv an icy horn; ' . " . '
Before, warm valleys, wood embossed. 7 . UT'
AUU Kmnwa.U .lOOMUV-nB. .....
BSJL crSAH'S UFB OF FSXaTOST;
They left the winter at their backs.
lo nap his bamlea wmg. v ... .:i
And downward with ca tenets . . .
' Leaps to tbe lap of Spring-. - -'-J ''
KXAT, CrOAM a LLTX OF ixoT. n )
Strong leader of thai aMMintain band! ' . .j If
Another task remains 'V f
To break from Slavery deserted land :-S- 1 a
A path to Freedom's phuna. - -mv
, bjl&d uraAM's Lira orraaifOVT.
Thewlriils arswitd, the way is drear; ' ' L 'S
... Vet Hashing turpugh the night, x .?oO
Lo!icr ridge and mountain spear r
V Blaze ont ia uvroirre lirht. . -- JfJWU
KlUO l PILOT'S UFI OF FiUUIOirr... J fja
Rise np, Fremont! and go before;
The hourmust have its Man:
. Pat on the hunting shirt ones more.
And lead in Freedom's van! ; .... r , nl
J -' ' sun craaa's lifi of fbejcost. "
... . ,j-
The pnbllshers request to the readers of WhlrtierV
stanzas, for a detailed, trnthml and rail sari Z
ol the data, of tbe poet's splendid 'o-
DO BOT FAIL TO READ
UPHAM'S LIFE. OF FREHONT,
TTTE AT-THORIZED AM) OXLT COXrLETS EDITlOS.
It "Mis the whole storr" f ., i
Explorations, Discoveries and Adventures'. ..
on fiv snecessire expeditions serosa the
The North American Continent; VotamnKrar y
selections lrom bis private and public coins.
pondence, indnding his defines before- tsar!
' . Court Marshal, and a fall report of his prin
cipal speeches in the Senate of the U. 8.
tbaenly acrarate portrait on steel, aad sascroaa
One lareeliirML of near 400 nuee. PVI tl
Containing 2S6 pages of matter not I be feud ia saw
otner Dtograpor Ol l remont. ,
For sale at the Book Store, sfillersbvg, Ohio.- CI
... : 1 : " 'J JM'Xili
.' ."What you want. 1 r.-i
BIDDLE'S CarpeBter's Assistant, nlatepub-lo
lication.and the best of the Kind ia print.
Byrne's Mechanic's Manual, a Pocxet Com.
pamorr for wtrrxing Carpentars, Joiners, Masons.
Painters, Glaziers, etc, .-: )
Life of t ranjoin - - Ct
Dix's Worss, complete for $3
Rollin's Ancient. History ,
Plutarch's Lives-1 :
Life of Wesley -. - : :a; jfajl' 9
Signers of the Declaration of Indepeadaae.T
The Young Lady's Book j . lrt.(T
The Young Lady's Owa Book "' 1 U k
Language of Flowers Gift Boos for ToTfflgJ '
Ladies ;; . t. . ii. viU A
Book of Ettiquette. .
Just reeei ved at 4hf ! -. BOOK TQEE.
Valuable Property for. Sale ;
nTTHE undersigned wishes to sell the House .
and Lot now oernnied bv William Reed. 1
situate ia the towa of Holmesville, Hi4mes eo.;
Said property is favorably utunted for busiaeasv. i"!
There .is n the lot a good two-tory traaM.
building, in which ihere is fitted up a good.,-,
store room, bow occupied for that purpose.- "
Them is also a good warebowic and other out-
buildings on saiil lot. .1 ' '.-JI
The propcrtv is a desirable one. and will be . )
cheap. For further particulars inquire of -j
a vpVj m'Ti-utcAw ... .-.ita
Sept. 4, 1856 3tf.
5000 Hides Wanted
THE subscriber will pay the highest pric "',
in Cash for 5000 Rer" ITi.l Ji;v.rL) .a
Slmighter House, )4 mile- East of Millers. iS
on the Berlin road. Also, fttr the saniaV'
number of Sheep Pelt. "n
Sept.25. 1856 5tf. .
' fvftt without jrrtparation,. ' : ' .
iriTH THIS INK Writing can be done oa
Linen and Cotton Cloth, in the same ; '
manner aa with eommoo Ink ea paper. ' ''.?
IS WARRANTED sot to injur or eorW.t
the finest cambric, and for colour aad dtt-.i-j
ia Fully Equal to the best ia use. '
For Sale at the Book Store, Millersburg;. ,(1
Every Family should have one.' ;
" FIHST-RATE lot of Thermometeri just
reoeived at the Boo Store. Short 'ones.
cents; long ones, rnere. Yoa ought tahay.;
about your house. . j ,la .'..f'j
: Wanted. -i.
qnantiry of Wheat. Oats, Com, Bees. sd
wax. Tallow, Lard, Butter, I!ggt .ltairs,w
Iron. Brass Copper aad Pewter, aad a Uttis A
CASH or anything that aay body .ha,
at the siga of the. ig Cofifi PoV ' - '''
Anj. filt lr556x '' --j - ..utj