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...mi. .MARCH 23, 18C0.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Alt cur subscribers wlio clitngo their residence
Rliould notify us so that ttielr papers' may bo proper
A Sermon on Slavery.
Wc are Indebted to Mr. Asa CiHTcitr.r.t.t) for
ft copy of very nblo sermon delivered by N. S.
Wheaton, D. D In Ilortford, Conn. Wo wltl
endeavor to find room for It next week.
A Tariff Wanted.
We nro In favor of somo kind of n tariff that
will prevent Western mcrcli.ints from getting their
printing done In Eastern cities Instead of patron
izing printers at liomo who can do work equally
its well tit the same pilnccs.
A Fine Gift.
The Lutheran congregation andotliora of Mid
illetown, ono day last week bought rt fine young
horse lit $125 and sent him ns n present to Rev,
II. J. Knisei.v of this place. Such montfcstatlons
of kind regurds these pinching hard times are
rather agreeable than otherwise.
Stenography Acquired in Fifteen Minutes.
Any person desirous of learning short hand In
an tncredlblo short tpacu of time, can do bo by pro
curing Crary's Stenographic Chart. Ills nystem
I j an abbreviation of less than one eighth of com
mon writing, nnd is practiced by more reporters
than nny other system now In use. After ncqulr
Ing It, all that Is necessary to report a speech or
sermon Is practice. Prico of Chart, with full in
structions, one dollar; ten copies for five dollars;
ono hundred copies for twenty-fivo dollars. Per
fect satisfaction guaranteed or money returned.
Address James K. Quinan, Agent, Montlcello,
Sullivan county, N. Y.
Any newspaper giving the nbovo (with this
paragraph) one insertion nmong tho reading mat
tcr, will be entitled to a copy.
Ohio Farmers' Incurence Company.
This company i advertised In anothor column.
Wo liavo taken the trouble to Inquire as to Its
management and responsibility, and feel safe in
endorsing it to the fullest extent. It Is recom
mended by such men as Hon. N. S. Townshend,
James D. andW. II. Ladd, Hons. II. Canrieid,
James C. Johnson, II. G. Wake, M. C. and oth
ers, and among Its directors are men who would
never lend their names, through carelessness, to a
swindle. Wc believe the farmers of Ohio can in
sure in It with perfect safety. It is in nil respects
unlike tlie Washington Insurance Company, which
recently exploded. Ohio Farmer.
To tho above we would add the fact that Wil
liam Uiil, of this vicinity, In 1855 sustained a loss
of $500, which was promptly paid by this Compa
ny. In 1858 G. McCuixack, Holmcsvllle, lost his
barn and contents which was insured In this Compa
ny to the amount of $507 v, hich was, also, prompt
ly paid. More recently Mr. John GnAn-MVin, near
llenton, lost his house, insured in this Company
and loss fully paid. I'ers-ons wishing to insure
Uielr property, will do well to apply to their efficient
Agent, John C. Duncan.
Holmes County Elections.
This week we continue the annual elections held
in this countv, up to 1838, inclusive.
ELECTION OCTOBER 11TH, 1831.
Representative James French ROB
Sheriff. John Black
Treasurer. Jonathan Koru
Auditor. John Miller
Commissoner. Charles Uhl
- Peter Miller
Coroner. James Elliott
ELECTION OCTOBER 9TH, 1832.
Governor. Robert Lucas, Dcm
Darius Lyman, Whig
For Congress. Thomas Rigdon
Senator. Samuel C. McDowell 8G0
Henry Lafier 2C5
Representative William Porter 800
James French 437
Recorder. I). P. Ledbcttet 935
Brawnhitl Tklball 312
Commissioner. Jacob Snyder
Wm. Ilcndrickson 87
ELECTION OCTOBER 8TH, 1833.
Representative William Torter" fiOG
John Glasgow 597
Auditor. John Miller 1202
Sheriff. James Hoagland 497
James Craig 273
Thouias Hoskins 211
Daniel Hutchinson ,...114
Joshua Shannon 124
Coroner. William Painter 11SC
Pros. Attorney William R.Sapp 1125
Com. for 3 ) ears. Peter Miller 342
Griflith Johnston 3G2
Robert Martin IPG
Com. for2 years.-
David Buchanan 3G2
John Johnson 216
Mathew Williams 100
Treasurer. Samuel C. McDowell 808
A. F.N. Shaw ., ,-..393
ELECTION OCTOBER 8TH, 1833. ELECTION OCTOBER 14TH, 1834.
We give the vote by townships for Governor,
Robert Lucas was the Democratic, and James
Finulav tho Whig candidate.
en Findlay. Robert Lucas.
1 1 58
For Congrss. Charles Colerick G97
David Spangler 383
Senator. Henry Lall'cr 700
A. Shane 415
Representative Jos. Ankcny 525
John Glasgow 4G2
S. Culhertson 84
Commissioner. James McConnell 591
David Buchanan 102
Thomas Bays 157
Peter Miller 115
James Elliott 87
ELECTION OCTOBER 13TH, 1835.
Representative. Joseph Ankcny 920
Edward Hall 1G8
Auditor John Miller 621
Samuel Rabinson 431
Sheriff. Jameii Hoagland 021
Thomas Hui-kin3 ,4fji
Treasurer. Samuel C. McDowell' G52
Eli Hostettler . . . .443
Recorder. D. P. Lcdbetter 108G
Fri'i. Attorney. W. R. Sapp 1013
Commissioner David Clnimy. . , 500
Teter Miller 335
John Uhl 188
Surveyor. Anson Wheaton 749
D.ivid Buchanan 328
Coroner. William 1'niuter P50
Jacob Lcnhart 188
ELECTION OCTOBER 11TH, 1836.
Governor. Eli Baldwin, Dem 69G
Joseph Vance, Whig 387
For Congress. D. P. Leadbetter 929
Abraham Shaw .330
Senator. James Irvine 588
Perns Spraguo G79
Representative. Joseph Ankenj 892
Edward Hall 286
Philip Waldruff 94
Coininisflor.er. Hmry Sheplar 737
Jamut Motehead 354
WlUiam Hvirdiictoii 181
ELECTION OCTOBER 10TH, 1837.
At llils election ono fifpresenlitlro win elected
Colioctoti nfid Holmfci. eotintlc for wl.tcti tlio
VOtO ftOOll I
RhjscII Wlirnlon ,
rrencti W, Tliomlitll mm.,. MM
Jpiko McifJcit hit... . SI I
For RcprcscnUtlvo for Holmes county tlio vole
William R. Sann.
Pros. Altomov. Lrtnan Scott . . . .
Coroner. John Stlfller , . ,
Samuel II Tuttlo
Joshua Reeves .,
Jacob Lcnhart. .. . . ,
Sheriff. James French
nj. II. Dty
Auditor. James Hebron"
. . . .1131
John E. Koeh
Treasurer. S. C. McDowell 1031
Ellas Hotchstcllcr fi.1!)
Commissioner. Peter Hammond 377
John Sharp 390
Aaron Lvtlo 347
James Morehcad 291
Robert Knox 275
Recorder. J. B. C. Harri 5R9
Thomas T. Williams 401
Nicholas Shaw 3R7
James Pccrsoll 340
ELECTION OCTOBER 9TH, 1838.
Governor. Wlllson Shannon. Dcm 143f?
Josenh Vance, Whig 772
For C ingress. D. P. Leadbetter 1413
James S. Irvine 783
Senator. James Mathews 1440
James Porter 741
Representative. James Hoagland" 1300
W. R.Sapp 890
Commissioner. Peter Hammond. 1451
Aaron Lytic 737
Surveyor. James linblnVon 1G72
An?nn Wheaton.. 470
ELECTION OCTOBER 9TH, 1838. MARRIED.
MARRIED On thelfith lnt.. br the.Ror.
O. B. BnAvnpBURV. Mr.BENJAMIN F. SEE. of
Cincinnati. O., and Miss MELISSA G.PItlEPT.
ilauihtcr of John Priest, Esq., near Loudenvillc,
On the 22d int., hv the Rev. G. T)Friro".
at Mlddletown, Mr. GEORGE SNOR. of Millers.
bunr, and Miss BARBERA C. IIENES, of
The happy pair have kindly remembered the
printer for which they have the unanimous thanks
of this office. They commence life, ns all should,
with the printers blessing May timo deal boimtl
fully with them, Cupid guide and prelect them
Cornucopia ever pliowcr upon them from lis
abundant store all earthly blessings, nnd finally
when old age has marked them ns his own may
another generation of Snors bo grown tip to ciJl
Flour V bbl
Wheat V bushel
Clover Seed V bushel
Flax Seed "..
Dried Apples . .
Butter y lb I2i,e
Lard W lb
Erks T) dor..
Potatoes Iff bushel
Wood per cord
Coal per bushel. .
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Z. & C. R. R.
Trains leavo Millersburg:
Kipren fi:t'i A
Accommodation. ....... 1 :H'l 1
A'rlre at Mlllerslmrg :
AccommoflAtlon 4:02 P. M,
. 12:15 A. M.
Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R.
Leave Orrville GOING WEST.
7.41 T M.
r.si A. M.
.10.10 A. M.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 1860.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO
Great National Route
Terminates at AVashlngton and Haltlmore on the Kat,
nnd WbecHnjr, Uenwood and ParltPrbtmrfC n the West,
which pUcea It unites with Knllroads, Etearuurs, ftc.,
jor ana irora an points in me
West, Southwest and Northwest.
Leave Wheeling dally at 12:35 . M. and lftiP V, M.
One Train lave ParkerMmrp dally at0:!i0 V, M.
Direct connections made Train
FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES.
ThW la the only mute to WHBhlulou City.
tST"! .veneer by thin ruto can visit Haltimors, ThH-
ndtdphla. New York and Duftton, at the cot f a Ticket to
t.oiion aionfl ny nmeriinei).
rf"ThrouKh TtcVetii to the Eastern cities can be nro.
cured via Washington City, at an additional thurge of
Time ai quick and fair ax low an by any other route.
Inquire for tickets via the Baltimore and Ohio Rail
rood at of the Railroad Otllcci In
E. F, FULLER, Gen'l Western Agent.
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
W. P. SMITH, Master Transportation.
tfSTTHE "HoTjIES COUNTY
Tr,AOIIEUS' IN8TITDTK" will organljc In Nanlivllle on
Ural TueMay In April, 18CU, at 10 n'cl.ick A. M.
UU hoped that there will he a general attendauce of
teachers and all friend of eilucaclon.
K. Rl'OONi;it, 1'realdent,
P. II. HIIKUI.OCK,tecratary.
PITTSBDROII, FT. WAYNE AC1IICAOO Tt. U. CO,
Plttahurch, February Knl. ISWi,
fl-THI! ANNUAL MKKTINO of the Hloekholrteu In
"Pittahuigh, Ft. Wayne nnd Cblcifo Kallioad Com
ranv"wlll be held at the Kooroa of the HOARD OF
AUK, In the City of Plttaburp;, on TUI1)AV, the S7lh,
maren nixt, at in n'clnci, a, h. at ninin time tbe
Hejiort of the Illrectora.of the year 18t9, will be presented,
The election rur Fifteen uirectera to serve tne enKuIn
Bill bo held at tbe same place, on WKU.MDAY,
'25th proximo, at? o'clock, A. M.
The Tramrer Pooka will be cloned from the 18 h to 29th
March, both inclusive; and the holders of Stock In the
Ohio and Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana, or Ft, Wayne
and Chicago Ilailroad Companies, hlch have not been
converted Into tho stock of the new company at that time,
will not be entitled to vote at said election.
Stockholders presenting their certificates of Stock In
this Company tn the ticket Asmt, at the Station nearest
till. el r place of residence, will be furnished ith u free
ticket from that Station to Pittsburgh and return, good
Kolng East , March 2(Jth and S7tli going West, MarchSSth
29ih,8u1h, and 81at.
uf oruer or the President. '
AUUUSTU8 nitADI.r.Y, Secretary.
, Fromtht CHnrtnnnti GattlUA
AST HAltTLETT'S (30MM KllOIAT,
COI.I.adK.The Principal ofthla old and deservedly most
popular Iiiatltutlou of th-wi,, i n.i. ..,..,,... h. ,...
years known to the business coiumunltv as tUo only
Inslrnctnr, In the higher branches of commercial science.
"J. " n "J,".1.0,",1'" no competitor in his lino. Ke-
Mr. llartlelt'a lare and most .eir.arkablo work on
commerce and banking, and they will doubt no longer.
sTSTMRS. WINSLOW An oxnori-
enceil nurse and female physician, has a Soothing Syrup
J0 JMtul&Mch greatly facilitates the process
ofleething bysoftenlag tbe gums, reduolng all Inllam.
rnatlon will allay all pain and is sure lo ngulate the
els. Depend upon it, mothera, It will give rest to
yourselves, and relief and health to your Infants Per.
fectly safe In all cases. Bvo advertisement In anothtr
Toy 8 for lilt; Holiiluys.
IX f OItTSof Toys Imaginable for the Holldavi, Inst
rie'd at the Jiaml JJOOKSIOIIE.
Wll.I.srII coo4 at cot, until tlwut th lit frf April
t kMcIi time lie exKtt to recelre l.U new Hock,
A-On II atij secure hsrgtlnn.
Crow, Chapman, Crow !
i It O C l) It I K 8
Tho citizens of Holmes Coun
ty are rcspoctful.y Informed that
I am atlll to bo found at my old
Tlio Largest and best stock of Groceries
Ever licforu offered In Mlllorsburg, which
will no sold at very low prices, Tor Cash or
Country Produce. 1'lcano Call and Examlno
boloro purchasing elsewhere, and bo aston
ished at tho oxcecdinly low prices, on ac
count ol the hard times.
Mlllorsburg, Oct. 20, 1869.
At Frojr.cn Wheat Price!
rsMlK umlcrjlcncl is nowrecolvliurfrom tho eat
J- orn cltlci, Tiii tail and winter stock bf Kooda,
constating of Staple and l-'aocy
Itnrawiire.lloots & Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Bonnets, &c, Ac,
A largo lot of
W I N T E 11 SUA W L S !
Will be sold VEIIV CIIKAI.
COFFEE FOIUaqTS PKItPOPNI).
SYHUP FHOM 37 TO TS CTS P OAL.
Thankful for patt favurs hehopoa acoutinuance
of tho sauii).
Cash paid for Wheat and' Cloverseed !
And most kinds of Produoe.
NashTillc. Xor. 3. 1859.
CLOTH: 1 3NT Gr
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
United States Clothing Store
'Butter a quick sixpence than a si
suillinu," Is our motto.
S. it. HOFFMAN Co.,
Take pleasure In-Informing Iheir numorons
customers and the public generally, that thuy
aro again rocoiving ono of tho largest aud
best aolaclod stock of KoadyMado
Fall and Winter Clothing!
ovor brought to this market. Wo have also
nuw supply of
(Jcntlrmau's Furnishing Goods.
Allofvfhlcli are now offared at pricusto defy
Call thoreforo at tho
United Slates Clothing Store Opposite the
If you want to
ready mado Clothing, Hats and Capa and
Gontlemen's Knrnishing Goods. Call and
satisfy yoursulf before buying elsewhoro.
Clothing Made to Order.
Con thu shortest ootlcu.
S. B. HOFFMAN & Co.
Millersbnrg, O. Sept. 22, 1859.
AMUSING PARLOR PISTOL,
That Httoota without pomler.
Xcw Sewing Macliine
perfect that a little Child can work it with very little
THE CELDB RATED
n u l ij gzfrsBS SPECTACLES
cure wealc eyis and cauae the old to see with the
vigor oi youth again.
SETH THOMAS CLOCKS;
TUB BKST IN TIIU WOULD.
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN
Jewelry In uny style or quality desirod; all at
Mlllenburg Ohio. n!tf
That You Don't Go Barefooted.
II. J. Conner,
SON HANDS at his newetand, 2doors west of tho Km-
plre House, Millersburg, Ohlo,lth one of the largest
and best assortment of
BOOTS, SHOES, AND LEATHER !
Kver offered In thla market, lonslsllng of
Fancy, Common, Fine and Coarse Hoots, Shoes and
Brogane, with lots of dent's FINK, FANCY, TIP Gaiters.
Conalatlng of Fine, Fancy Hoots. Bootees, Uusklns, and
Gaiters, of all kinds and sizes,
all kinds, such s Boots, Shoes, fine and coarse, with
prices to aultquallty.
Pone on short notice, aa usual. Also on hand, Shoema
kers' Findings, of all kinds. Leather in lota of thu hcit
quality and cheap.
I'bKAKK UAI.I. AND K.XAMINK
stock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful for
paat favors we reapectfu'ly suliot a continuance.
nm 11. J. UONNKR.
CHOICE FRUIT TREES,
ETC., AT TUB
OTANDAUU AND DWARF APPLE
And Ptar Trees of the finest varieties: also Teach.
in and Cherry trees, of all kinds suited to the climate.
New Hardy Gran Vines, such as Delaware. Diana. Con
cord, Ueheca. I.oKan, etc. ee our Descriptive C'Ha
lopue Jim inniru.
SMAI-LFRUITK Currants, several new and Improved
varieties; Gooseberries, Blackberrii'S, JUgpberrles.atver
al nfw aort; Ptrawbcxrieu, 30 varieties, etc., etc,
ORNAMENTAL TltKKd AND P1IUUI1S, Kvergreen",
Roses, etc., In great varieties; also uouwe iianuas,
Verbenis, and other flowtrlnj; plants at low prices.
(Send for a Descriptive Cauloguc.) Artlcka securely
naCKfl, SO an iu go dv cauai or rnuruiin Himoii nny uis
Uucewlthfafety. M. H. HATKIUM ,t CO.
n8w5, Columbus, Ohio,
150 Acres Equally Good for Grain or Slock.
'IMIIH place la well Improved nnd Is now well aetln
Timothy and Clover, good Timber, Meadow and
buildings, with any umoui.t of pure spring witter. Thli
place Is situated one mile from Clinton Station, Ohio.
t39"Fur further particulars apply tn the subscriber on
the premises. W. II. KKINIIAKD.
Ketruary 10th, 161. (nS'JmllJ
ON the 10th day of February, A. D. 1660, the Probate
Court of Holmes County Ohio, declared tho estate
WlliUm Lauhead. deceased, as probably Insolvent,
creditors ate therefore required to present their claims
agali.il the cetaic to tne unaeraiguen, tor anouance,
within sU months from tho time above mentlonrd or
they will not be entitled lo payment.
ua3 JOHN bUAUP, Admlnlilrator.
iV Grand Mass Meeting of Consumers & Customers,
W 111 he held every day through the coming Spring and Summer at the Store Rooms of
CIIERKYJIOLMIOa, MirXKKSKUIttt, O.
Tlio Ilnpnrnlleled Arrlvnl of
BPK-IlSra & SUMMJGR GOODS
Which have recently been (elected and jut received from the flreat Emporium of the Now World 11
atlracttiiirUi CIIRIltlYlfflf.MIIH' r.hn.r, Htirn r, Itnn.fn.n -rf,w,l
Our STAI'LH AND FANCY DItY
Variety and Kiccllciicy.
Our I.AOIHN' DltllfiM COODS were never
apiiroval from our fair friends
1 ' . ... ... .. ........ .
pprovai i nun our iuir incnm.
Our HATS AND CAI'H arojuet what you need to Improve your beauty, i
Our HOOTS AND HIIOJ'.M comblnu clcgantn and cape, with rtreiith ai
Our CLOTHS, CAKHIMKltn AND VltTINCS are all of the Iwatof
Our HAIIDWAHU. CUTMiltY. CIIOCKIIHV. Ac. bare been better aolected than.
k ... -
Our FANCY AIITICMIH, NOTIONH, &c, are loo numeroiie to he repeated here
ombrac ne overvth nir that a Alerthant nhou d lem
A,.,l ,n l,neln ,.l....l . 1 II
mo u(ijiri LiniKiu oi mo ruuuc lor a reany aaie in tne pame.
C3?-Wo are t.rcpare.1 to rWo PRIZES or PRKMIUMS for CASH or PROMPT PAY, far more
real and valuable than are usually oflcrcd, and dimply aik for an opiortunity to clve the Hareaiim!
Don't bollackward In coming Forward! J. 6'HERRYHOLMES.
DUO DM aurj-aro all previou Stocka for Beauty.
before half o attractive. ail will win mllre r.f
. . . .
if Oil KnrlnL'' varietlea.
ila Bprini;, varletlea. !
1 ,.u... -?i,.i. ., I .k...
better aolccted than.
nnd n ninlinnr r ',f,nlil Imy.
'u,. b ' ... ' r..1-.l. .-I-
rrl. T ,a I T)..,.i Oi-..l.
1J1U JjUIUSI tUlU J)CSl OlUCh
Of Cook Ac Heating Stoves,
lit OX WARE,
JAP P AXED
AXD FAX GY
OR SAD IROXS,
BEST STO VE P OLTSIT,
All at the lnwc.t price that any man can sell for,
at tho "Bin Coffee IW
I will iy the VEav highest prico for old Iron
and other trade. WM. BRAY.
October 13th, 18.r,9.
"V7KRY large, yon a tremendous assortment of
T 11UOTS K SHOES Ima just been received
by C. 1 1 ATT. Tlio "man that vat founil dead
in the roan" is still Lima, nuu wara t ucaa at
all, but Hatt is selling off vcrv fast and EXTRA
ORDINARY CHEAP. If you have a
whom you want to surprise, take him or her to
Hatt's, to neo tho wouderful LOW PRICES at
which he otters to sell his DooU, Shoed, ic. He
Ftire and go
ITATr's, for that is tho place to get the best article
at the very lowest price. Come and see, one and
of you, anyhow. What's the unci Hatt is al
ways on hands, in a good humor, and nover any
thing elso than clever to all
and women especially the latter! If a lady tic
Fires to he wp!I suited, she cannot do better than
to (jo to Hatt s.
He employs the best workmen, and does all
kinds of custom work to order.
He Is not only a friend to all men, but keeps
fine thincs (Fuulinc3) of all kinds for Shocma-
kertt, such as Leather, Lasts, Pegs, Thread, and
Millersburg, April 7, 1859.
POSTPONEMENT OF S,II,E.
This Sale noenoncd until the 22nd. dayof March. 1:G0.
Sale to commence at 10 u'clocd A. M.
The entire stock of goods, consisting of
Co ai prising the itock of good, formerly belonging to the
firm of SelfrMnc rugh, mIU be offtrtJ at imblic sale In
thu tonn of Milltirbburgf on
Thursday, the 22nd, day of March, 1860.
At the room occupied by the late ilrm ofFetfrhige k Pugli,
dr to fiich room In said town as the 81 e may be adjourned
And will be continued from day to day, or from time, to
time, until ull ihnll be told.
TEUMS OF .SALE:
For All smna lcfs than five dollars, cash; all turns o
flvedoltitre und (wider twenty-iive, six months credit
will be Allowed: and for Ml sums of twenty-five dollars
And upward, a creditor nine months will be plven.
v. i. jjtiAUiitvi :ikk Assignee.
Millerehurg lHc.,23 165a.
IN THE ART,
"IVTrnttd take pkaaure In onnotinclnp to tlie cltlzem of
' Miller Bburg, that he has taken the rooms over Dr.
Bollnii'a otlicc, where ha hat an excellent SKV-LIGllT
and with hi experiancc In the Art. having had thu ad
v ant aye or Deing lostrucua in one or uie largeit and ln-st
rtiotoifrBPli Galleries la the East, he feels Justified In
saying that he will make
2irOTOG RA PITS, A If ft IZ O T Y P ES
And all the nonutar pictures of tlie day attalulm; the Irish-
est perfection tn the Art.
He deflei competition, and claims that he will make
better picturei, on an avarage. than have ver been
in art o m til or tne ftiisaisiippi. aiy results ore certain.
He would also call attention to the artistic and grace
ful position In which his subjects will he seated. It Is
unnecessary to remind the enlightened citizens of this
vicinity of the Inestimable value of a fine and lifelike pic
ture of a departed friend. Suffice It to Pay that safest
way is in improve me present, ior me pas. is not yours,
and the future you cannot command.
COME ONE! COME ALL! !
To sec and get better pictures than have ever been mada
West, If they do cost but lift v cents each, neatly enclosed
In (rood morocco case. C37Hrtng y your cnlld rcn. He
claims not to be excelled in making child-like aod fine
pictures or children. Bring them in the forenoon'Bu
Mr. M. Is not one who has the name of a traveling Ar
tist. There Is nv Smmbujr about this circular.
rcrfeU satlaficllou guaranteen.
Main St.. opposite tlie Hook Store.
Our Musical Friend.
OUR MUSICAL FRIEND, a
litre Couitaniou for tho Winter Month.
Kvery Pianist, Should procure this weeVly
Kvery Smjrcr, Pub icatton of Vocal and Pi.
Kvery Teacher, anoforte MuMc, costing hut
Kvery Pulpll, ft CtnU a number, and pro-
Kverv Atnatour. nouncrd hv the entire Press
of the Country, tAs tet and ch&tpevt work of Vit kind
in thfi H'orld,
'i'wehe full-used pages for Vocal and Pianoforte Music,
rilK IK IV CKiT,
Yearly, V; ha f-vearly, $2A; quarterly, f 1,23.
Subscribe to "Our Musical Friend" or order It from the
nearest News denier and you will haveMunlc enough for
your entire family and at an lnsUnMcant cot, and if
you want mutlcfor the Flute, Violin, Cornet, Clarionet,
Accordeon, Ac., subscribe for the ''Solo Melodist," Ifhui d
semlmounthly, contain g also twelve pages; price, 10
Cents per Mimbcr; 2vVi per year: $1,25, six mouths.
Published and for sale by C. H.SEVMOUH A Co., 107
Nassau street, New York. nil
Less Thaaa Cost!
T'lIT. underalgncd will ae'l gooda at cost, and many at
lei, than coat, nt the Store Hoom of
SELFKIDGE & VVGIt
nntll thoftiud Inat.,
when the balance will he aold ont at
D. p. LEAUDErrr.it,
A CARD. A MISSIONARY LATE
x- LY returned from Japan, haa brought with him
receipt vrhich haa cu ed thouaanda, who were auQertuic
from Conautuptlon, Ilronchitia and debllltv. I obtained
from alcarned 1'hralclan, In the great City of Jeddo.
Having been cured ny It myacu oi (,'ooiunptloo, wnna
all other tnaana had failed, I am deairoua of benifillcr
hv Bending thla receipt, to all who may need It, tree cf
charge. Addrta with atamp, lor a reply.
iter. wu.LitAM t,uruum,
(olOoiS.) No. ilaltic etraat, Beooal;?, ,N. Y,
Important to Farmers, Farriers and
lliUIJDllil IlJi; IIUIIDIJ UllllJlUilll
TP WAKHANTF.D TO CUIlKor remore all of the follow
Inc named diieaaa of the Iforie: aueh aa Ppaflna.
Itlnictiorie.nlint Curb and Wlndealla. or any other latnoa
or awellins that may arlaeon the Ilorae from any eauiie
whaifTeromhereTerlocated. Ittiaaalao ten aald l.y
thoie that have naed the I.lnlment thattt will cure roll.
Kviland Fiatilla, If applied In time. Sow ai the Uni
mentcan be atilte4 at any time without lutury to the
horae, or even Hopping him from lebor. Tty it; and If
aner uting It accoroini; to uirecuoni, ami u you are net
aatlafied aa to Ita efficace, return ua tlie bottle and we will
refund you the money.
N. P. Thli I.lnlment tatheonly known application that
will auceeanfully cure Froten Feet.
I'utnn and aold exclualrely be J. K. I'.AIIT.
Pec. 3J,I".S. Drujplit Mllleraburj, O.
NOBODY ELSE HAS THEM!
There is JYothing like Them!
TBI13 PARAGOiV IiAMP
IT clvca one fourth more light than any other Coal Oil
l.amn And burnj no more oil and 111 not amoke.
The No 1 Ilurner glvea aa much light aa Mree Candttt
aud coata no more than or.e.
A full upply of the very beat Coal O I, Hand and
Ilanfrlng I,mpa;Hhadea, Ground and Plain; Chlrnneja,
aud Wlct-brushea alwaya on hand at.
nVitf WESTON k ei-ANr.I.KIfS.
1,XTHA CO FKKK at OHKhKVIIOUIK.S nt
J 14 (Jonta.
rfi)l l'OS. MUSLI.f DIZAINS at from H tn 2
39 cents at CUKRWIOLMKH.
JUOVN MUSLIN nt Chcrrholmc' at couta
SUGAlt nt OHKltltYIIOLMKS ate CENTS.
GLASSES BtCHEUKYHt)LMES'Bt37.' Cts.
Y II U 1 at CHEUKYIiOLMKrVatKK Cta.
Of cood quality.
S! A T I
3 25 Cents.
N K T T nt Churn holmes' at
SUGAR nt CHKHKYHOLMES nt 8 CENTS,
tlond ccino nndaeo it.
X T K A sync I
HOLMES' nt "5 Cts.
nt C 11 E It U Y -
AVEUY larcelotnf Calico, warranted fat color
worth 10 otj... to ho aold at Cernholme' at 6,
rpUE CHEAl'EST GOODS
A AT RUERKYUOLMES.
It. UUIiMKS COUNTY. IT lSSOl
B LEECHED MUSLIN at Chorryholmea' a
pOCKET KNIVES UV THE Dt'FIII.X.
x 1'ocLet Knives by the half bushel.
1'ocket Knlrea by the Peck.
Tocket Knivea by tne Half reek.
1'ocket Knlvt.3 bv the Gallon.
1'ocketKnivtl by th- half Call,
rocWt Knlvea by the Quart.
Pocaet Knivea by the Poien.
Pocket Knlvea by the 1-2 doi.
Pocket Knlvta by the alr.gle knife,
Any kind at anv price.
NOI10DY ELSE IIASTIIEM!
The America?! Jli6 Company'4 Knirtil
19l H'orth Sold blnce Slaich 17, IbSD. A new lot recelr.
ed at the BOOK STOKE.
OF ALL SlZEd, colors and Trices, juit received at the
Wm8 BOOK STORK.
Fine Shawls, Woolen Stockings
various kinds and colors, Jut received
4m4-'lJ ilUOli STOKE.
I60,YE! HO, YE!!
rpiIAT are pioddinc; around In IheiArk, cracking your
lieada and peellntr rourahlna for want of a Uintern,
uo the jiuutL A iv at. anil cet one. lou will im.l them
the'e at prlcea rangli: from SO Cents to ft. 43m3
You Can Always Get
rpiIEBeit Cloth, Tooth, Whitewash, Brrub and Shoe
x Ilruah In town, at the m HOOK STO III:.
Shawl Pins !
GREATrST, cheapeat, handaomlat and heal lot In town,
at Die 4-SoiH BOOK STOKE.
Fancy JSsiskcts i
ANEW LOT JUST DECEIVED AT TIIE HOOK
"Let Your Light Shine,
That others seeing Its brilliancy may do likewise."
Shine I mean wit1' that IVw
Just received at
RAIFF'S DRUG STORE.
If you regard your cyeslphtpo Immediately to KalfTj
und buy one of his best Jjumps and some of his
Eastern Coal Oil
That Is free f-oia Smoke or Smell and like the wise VIr
pi on keep icur Lamps trfmed and burnlnp, and also Keep
Ilurnlnjr Fluid nhich Is not Exploalve and may be ust-d
in oil Hand Lamps but the Coal oil in all stationary
rpiIE underalinied having entered Into partnerahlp in
"boot afc s.jioi-:
hus'nes would call the attention of persons in want of
anythlhgin their line to come to
M E C II A N I C K BLOCK
Where they can Lo accommodated with Neat. Oood and
durahle work, JOHN J. St R. M. iU'ENCKft.
N. H. All ncrsons knowlnc themselves Indebted to
me, for the last six years or less, will confer ajfivur by
paim.'thu same Immmodlately. JOHN J. Sl'DSCTK.
Sherill 't Sale.
John Daily, guardian of l
ueorgo nteinucrg i
Ellrn Hcott and others, f
V virtue of an order of sale of real estate nirninat
J defendant in this cane issued from the Court of
Commou 1'lras of Holmes County Ohio and to me
directed nt I o'clock P. M..
On Mtmlat the SSrif day of Jlpril, .1. D. If6(l,
ahull expose tn rublio sale at the door of the
Court Huuse in Millersburg. in cnid Holmes County
tho following docribed landtand tenements to. wit:
Hnlni? a rtnrt outnf tho north-east oornorof tho
north-east quarter of teollon thirty-five nnd a part
out of the nnr-west ooruer of tho nor-west quarter
section thirty-six all of range fourteen township
eighteen in thedistrictof Woustcr.Ohio, lined and
bounded as follows: beginning at thu north-cait
corner of scction thirty-live, tbenee nest nineteen
chains and seventy-eight hundredths, tlienoe snntb
twenty chains ana imrty-elx nunurcatns, tnrnc
east ninety chains and soventy-cight hundredths
tho bectton line between section thirti-five and
thirty-six, thence tn continuo on cast in section
shirt) -fix nine chains and aercuty-two hundredths,
thencu nortli twenty chains and th(rt)-six hun
dredths, thence west niuo chains and beventy-two
hundredths to tho placo ot beginning, containing
itivtv norea mora or loss. Exoent therefrom two
aeers and eighty roods in tho north-west corner of
the above dcsorlbcd premises in seotion tnlrw-nve
heretofore deeded by Peter Vorle)toono F.dwird
Snoneer. hinff and beinz In said Holmes Countv.
Ohio, subjeot to the dower estate there in of Eliii-
Terms of tale Cash.
JOn.V rrtEKCS, Sheriff.
Maroh HHh.'ilfoO. n5Sprf5,65
BLAKKSOOKSt BLAXX BQOXa!
An endjeasvsiietyjuit received at the BOOK ETORE.
pytrcry niotiouiiaipa ivon, iwuj
A V FXtT.llllCNCr.I) Nnnt t. frntle I'tijllcUn, rn
J trnu to tbe tilf nlleii et Methtra, titr
Ton oiiii.unic.s tkkcui.su,
him rrettlr ficlliutti the Moeeaa et tUilo. hr toft-
uiv Runia, reuQcing bii inimminibiieu"lll muy
'MS !'! ipmoolc tellen, mhI la
aiitti: to nt.inii.ATr. tiik imivrij.
beiea4 uponli, inothrrilt lf rut to treufitltti k
Wl.repiitop tmliuM thli article lot ortrun jura,
nd can In confliltnee tad truth i It. nhat we Iiiti
?."t'.' ","; " ' ""Xl. ""it"
o erft' cure, Mill. I when umelj
dM a know n
led It. On the
'"" ' -
en, ftne mht n.
Ha oMratlnna.and aoeek In uruiiof hiehrat cnumeniln
""" 'a'''1 al'cta nnd medieel Tltrur,. We ipetk In
' S'tn end medie.i ti
thlt metur "or wnir wi tio mnw,"
t,,t,(J1, fI,,Wi,0. m,ox
...Mi?, .i.i , i.pin.K u;r RBrUTATIUI. viihthk rLl.riUKT
or wnir nil lnrLim. In elmoit every la.ur.ee
"tert te infant U autrerinjr trumpainind eifcauition,
Lint, in el
me lyruf.ia . minnwre-i.
.. T,,l, ''P"l,.'n ' L'J
ftUon la the rireferlptloo of one of
tied with nurer lullng aucccii In
AN Da Of CArfl.
Rnr and. and ha, been
Itltnoirelletea the child from naln.bnt lorliroratea
th atomacli and bowela, eoriecta aaeidlty, and ulrea tone
and merry to the whole ayatein. It will almoat Inatantly
OKIPINO IS TIIK BOWKLP. AND WIND CIIOI.IC,
and orercoroe con- . . vuUlone. which If
not apeedlly feme-
died, end In death
we believe It the
beat and aureat
world, la all caaea
remedy In the
of Dyaentery and
Diarrhoea In ehll
dren whethtr It arlaea from teelhlnK or from any other
eauae. we would aay to ever mother wno naa a cuua
aafferlnt from any of the ferejroin emptalnta do not
lt your prejudleee, nor the pn-Judleca of othe a, atand
between your aufferln; chill and the relief that will U
aure yea, ABAoicrrMr fcae to follow the uae of thli
tne'Jieiiie,ir timely uaei. run directiooa ror nainffwiii
aecompany each bottle. None ffenalne unleaa the fae
almlle of CUKTIA A VF.RKIX&, New Vork, la on the out
flo a by drorirtit Ihroorhontthe world.
Principal Ojicr, JVo.13 Cedar St., N. Y. Price
only 25 CenUptr UnttU. n39jl
for aala only In Mllteraburg by Dr. J. K. IUIFF.
If you wanl to buy yonr tovos vrhero you
Tb8 Hoyal Oak, tho Tory beatj
The Fortuner, that heats all tbe rest;
Tho Americanist, that can't ho heat,
The Wclcomu, wo takuto fill out tho aheot.
The Undo Sam, that comes In now;
The Sonturlan, that vso aell low;
The Statexinan, that aelh for lets;
Tho Prizes Is good wo gueas.
Tne Farorito, wo Icnowls good;
Tho Diamond Rock, for coal or wood;
The Imperial we havo got;
Tbe May Queeo, a fine lot.
The Premium, of all sorts and slies;
Tho Hox stove-big enough to hurl yonreyr.es;
Tbe Parlor store, which has no superior;
Tho Monkey stovo which Is much qucrier. .
Hero yon sco are sixteen hinds,
Which we hare, if we hare our minds,
And thli is not half; there's anew lotcomlng,
This wo know by the drayment runnig.
And now you can all see that this
Is the placo without a miss
To come for you will always And
Everything that is kept in the tiuner's line.
Times aro hard wo know,
And wo hare stores to suit,
Which wo will sell low,
Or trade for old ones with a little boot.
Jlillershnrg, Oct., 27, 'f.3.
HEBRON & SON.
tlizS(&$0nZi DEALERS IN
r HARD W ARE
K.ULS .3.VD CX.1SS.
Have Jujt received a r.tn nnd well selected
Stock of Goods,
Tc which they invite attention.
Don t Forget the Place
rr VOt; WANT Iron of a
IF VOU tV'ANT NAIU and Glass of a superior quality,
go to 1IKBKON t HON.
TF VOD WANT Doori or Window Eaah, well made and
-1 strong, go to HEBItON & SON.
TF YOU WANT Paints. White Lead, Oils. Ac. that are
A good, go to IIEBltON i SON.
TF TOU WANT Carpenters Tools of Enjllahor Ameri
x can inanuUclure, go te HEBRON A SON
TF VOU WANT Saddler's Tools, Saddlery Ware, Co
A Trimmings, ic.go to HEBRON & SO
TF YOU WANT an AnvlI.Vlce, Drlll.Bellowt, or anything
In the tool hnei go to HEBRON SON.
Ti' YOU WAST a Log, Rolling, Lock, flreaat. Coil. Well
A or Hallei Clialn, goto HEBRON 4 SON.
IF YOU WANT any Table or Pocket Cutlery, no to the
store of HEBRON & SON.
JF YOU WANT a File or I
:aap of any size, go to the atore
H EUROS' 4 fON.
fF YOU WANT anything In the Ua dware Line from a
A bod.ln to an Anvll.go to HEBRON & PON.
LAMPS! LAMPS! LAMPS!
LARD Oil, Coal O.l, Lunar Oil, Carbon Oil, and various
utheratylea of Lamps for sale at tbe BOOK STOKE.
We have the Paragon Lamp for oil. undoubtedly the beat
lamp for burning Coal Oil In uae. It la about as cheap
aa a candle and elves uve times tne quantity oi ngm-
UcceioKer lo, v-tr
flOOD LAMP DEPOT IS NEEDED IN EACH
Countv where people can buy the best Lamps and
Oil, it has been decided to establlth one at
HAIFF S DRUG STORE
Where the people of the County can be suited In light.
CEMENT ! CEJIKXT ! ! CEMENT J ! !
T?01t mending Glassware, Queenaware Crockeryware
and equally good for cementing v oou, leather AC,
Thla Cement for etreuirth and durability cannot be sur.
passed in the world. It will be always for sale at the
"It tr CoRee rot" (UTavi) call and see It. I'repared and
sold by S. Yatts and also by Leonard Yates, Agent,
MUleisburg Ohio. VJlo4-yl.
Perfumery, Hair Oils, &c.
F YOU WANT a good article of either, co to the BOOK
PTORRjndget It. Vft have Handk'f Extracts enouyh
to float a Schooner, and Hair Oils, Pomatums, 4c. to
grease all the office-seekers in this county . ntSaBJ
MAP ON'? Celecrated Shoe Blacking, fur sale wholesale
and rttal, at the 43m'J HOOKSfOIiE.
Imliuu ITIustiiig liininicnl.
THE best known application for Uhcumati?m,
Sprains, Swellings, Weak Hack or Side, Ax
For salo nt J. K, HAlFF'Si
The Only Place to Get
UIMON IIEITER'S Pennsylvania Umbrellas, of all aires.
Is at the BOOK STORE. Millersburg. Tluse Uuihiel
las are undoubtedlr the best article made la tbe country,
lieCLuiocr in -i-aat
Burnt District Bight Again.
J.JAS RK-OPENEDhla Grocery witba FINE fTbCK of
SrUT.i, . 3
CIO A US,
fv,, d-d tffl.
And evert Ihlna1 f,e uiually Vept In a Oroceryand Pro.
vl.lun Store, ahlchhe otfeis to Ihe puhbcatlttw prices.
Is sup piled with choice liquors of every kind.
Has charge of the flAIlBER SHOP, where be Is always In
readiness la perform tentorial 0(eratlooa to the aahslaC
tlon of the tnot f utidlotis.
AIL those icdebted to the underslncei by no"1
boois sscouot are reapertully tsforard tbatwe
m-jit have tsooer, and that tbalr aorounts cult be att.
tl.4 without dtliy. ARKA A VOCNO.
Ulllartburg, Match Eth, U(X
to ent, that oprna eadBDcloya the Mmaeetothe lenta.
no IMnrtoenner rf"n?" Ita ilnti hr
thrnwlnr nirpl.lfjm end other hiimnf, frmn the lool hv
c"M"ua apluini,. Thethlrd laa IlnrelleVMthirlTi...;
NOliSFS HOOT PILLS.
DtV,V?.r"'.K,,",n.'".',,o"'"l,0"t'f' IX WAS BOOT
Nerih Ani.,iei-I.MaM. M,eii tde Imiim f
When Hi varlona ptunt,, Ut fn MeyrM, eM A pet
?liL" KrIf,01 5V"""!? "Ilh ,",,rr,',, 'anrtlen. Mlhe
body, the MjodlMeallaeeilon.Wecinee thick. e,,M,4
end dlaeairdi Ihna rmlin ell p.,, Mn, ,d "dl,.
Ire.a of eveiy Dame) oor ilreotth le etheu.ird i.ut heilih
off the ateirnenl hnmora, the Mned will h.fmerhn-
... r.., in ci,na ,noourilM or life . Nnwneet.
How Immrtent then tht we ehould krentheeerloua fm
ue I hut we hate It In our ,,nwer In rmi . i.L i
jj.tn nemeiy, Hnrie-a Indian Itnol pill., mennfar lurM
fromrlania and roola which (irow around tbe mountain.
M"df..?f.l?,.",r'rll""'.nc' h"h H rVeSVWy
dlaeairil men. Doe of the roM from which theae Hlla
!T" ..'.I'..?. . lfl.S' M.ch W' ,h I'oreaof the .Ha
nuigie uniUICia llirOWiniT fttll Int n now. .
me eeeond la a plant which ti an upee.
and double alrlh , .. '""""
ler paaaare, and athlch could not have been dlaeharml
panlea the olher prowrtlca of Ihe pllla while eniased In
and conveyed offln itreal otianllllra bv the tweli.
?JS,. f Te " abown that Dr. Morae'a Indian
wlU, he blood, for they find way to every part.and eora
p etely rout nnt and rle.nae Iheayatem from all Impuri
ty, and the life of the body, which la the blood. tJeoma.
perfectly lieallhy; conaeqnenily all alckneaa and pain la
Iver, from the tyt tem, for they cannot remain when tha
body becomea ao pnre and clear.
The reaaon why people are ro dlilrMaed when alcV.and
ZiTV nnT'll,M beeuae they do not jret a madlcln
which will paaa lo the affected parte and which will open
the natural paaaarr for the dlaeaae to he call onl: henc
-!K'l"V!,,,J!l?,.,M? n'1 nln,r m'rla lodjred, and
the (tomach and Inteatlnea are literally overflowlni with
r.C.r,p,ed : ," nnderiroleg dlaarrceable fey
mentation, conatantly mlxlnit with the Wood, which
,3W Iirm,rar.1'.pmVUrlnI'""n""rm and ar.
tery.dntll llfela taken from the iKMty by dlaeaae. Dr.
Morale IMIla have added to Ihemaelvea victory npon vie.
lory hv reetorlnir mllllona cf the etclr to bloomlnif health.
Tea.thonaande who have been racked or tormented with
alekne,pjln and anirulah, an whoae feeble framea have
been aeorehed by the burn'.ig tlemenU of f aelni fever,
and who have been broueht.aa Itwore.wlihln a alep of
the il ent rave, now itand ready to teatlfv that they
would have been numbered with the dead, bed It not been
for thla jreat nnd wonderful medicine, Mnrae'a Indian
Rent Pitle. Aner one or two doaei bad been taken, they
were aatonl.hed and abeolotely anrprlaed, In wltneaalnir
their ehMmlnretreeta. Notonly dotheyrlve Immediate
eue and atrenuth, and take away all ifekneal, pain and
anyulah, but they at onee ro lo work at the fountain of
the dl-aa, which la the blood. Therefore, II wilt be
ahown, eapeel ly by tho.e who nae theee pllla, that they
will ao eleanaeand nurlfv. thi .tiaaa,L.,
emy wIP take Ita flight, and the fiaah of youth and beau.
.apcr partof the vlnielte on the wrapper. All ennln
hare but one alimalure of A. J. Wniri! A Co., which l at
u,-,. ni,t rrir. reraona dealing In tte Imi
tation article will b. d.alt with according to law.
B. L. JL-D?0.V Co., Pole Proprletora,
. M t-eonard at eet.KewYo-V.
Poll by Dr. J. K. IlAIFP, JliUeriburg. oZSty.
T .! . T .1 .. . . . .
""u'"r. r:. jjoumer nna Andrew
Mitchel ganrdian of .Mary h. Ixmther, roal.lonti of
tho btateof ircinia will take notieo that Isabella
J-orb. formerly Icabclla Louther, and Klijah Korbi
her hueband, Samuel Ujuther. Ellen l.outher.
I.liiaboth Ilenderaon; formerly Klitabeth I.oulhor
and Samuel Hendcrnjo hcrbnaband Crntha Karr
forine ly Cintha J;oulhor and James Karr, her
hufband, V. illiamUIJUulhcr. Adam B. Unther.
liobcrt C.Lputberand A. J, Uutber.dld on tho
13th day of October A. I). 1659. file their petition
in the Court of Common J'lean Holmes County
Ohio, against the raid Lucien Loutber. Mary K.
Uuther and Andrew Jlichel gurdian of Jlary K.
iAiuthcr, defendanta actting forth that the aald dn
fendanta hold certain lands, described in the pe
tition, situate in the'said County of Holmes, Ohio,
jntrustfor the plaintiff, and why said lands are,
held by defendants in trust, nnd praying that the
Lourtinay order tho defendants to execute title
for the reconvejance of said lands to these plain
tills upon the payment npon the part of thp plain
tiffs of whatovcr suin of money may be due the
defendants as heirs of Samuel Louther deceased,
upon a certain mortgage executed by William
deceased, to said Samuel Louther. on tbe
(th day of April ISM.
Aud the said I.ucien I.onther. Mary E. Louther
nnd Andrew iiltche'.guardianof Mnry K. lxiuther
are hereby notified that they are required tn appear
and answer Faid potitionon or before tbe 3rd Sat
urday after the 15th of March iMXi.
KKED A CR1TCHFIF.LI),
, Attorneys for Ilaintlffj.
January 3Iit 1PC0. n50w6prft
John 1). Canon
Jacob pprcng, ndn.rof G.I
V. (xantr. d-cM, A others!
BV VlHTUEof nn order of rale of real ctals
against defendanta in this care, issued from
the Court of Common I'lcasof Holmes Countr.Ohio
and to me directed, at one o'clock. H. M.
On Monday thtiud day of April, A. D. J5M.
A. P. Wl. I shall cxposo to public sale.nt tbe dnr.r
of the Court-House, in Millersburg, in said Holmej
Count) . the folbming described lands rtnd tene
ments, to-wit: Thcwosthalf of the south-east qr.,
oi section vweniy-nve. lowusuip iivonty, range Dl
I teen, except twenty acres off tbe north end of the
above described tract, situate in said Holnie'coun-
... ,n.: A..-:t i . .
t,...uiu.uuuiaiuiiisiuii eixt acres. Aiso.excepi
the bouse and well and the land that Is in the field
that the hou-e stand in, containibg five acres,
wherotho said James Fagan lived on the 11th de;
of September, IfSC, being a portion of tho above de
scribed premises. Terms of sale Cash, .
t JOHN Fltr.NCH, Sheriff.
JIarch 1st, 18.-.n2w5pr fco 83.73
irXntitci1 Coministiloncr's Sale.
William Long. 1
Abraham Raudle and I Foreclosure! of Mortgage,
his wife et.al. J
IN obedience to the command of an crder of sat
from tho Court of Coinmun Pleas within nnd for
Holmes County, Ohio, and to ine diree'ed, I shall
expose tosnloat tho door nf the Court House, in tho
town of .Millersbtirg, in enid liolmes County. Ohio,
0 Monday tie 2nd day of .Ijirit A. I) lfcSU.
at 1 o'clock P. M.,cf said day, the following des
cribed real estate, to-wit:
Lot number two, end lot number twenty situated
in the townof Oxford, in said Holmes County, or
dered to bo sold a tho proporty of said Abraham
Handle and wife, nn tho foreclosure of a mortgage
in favor of said William Long.
Terms Cash on day of sale. . ,
March 1st 1PC0. w5pt3,30.
John w! Hats. I
BY virtue of an Order cf said of real estato against
defendants In this case issued from tho Court
Common Please of Holmes County Ohio and to
me directed at 1 o'clock P. Mi
On Monday Vie Mrrf day of jlpril!. D. itCO,
(hall expose to public salo at the door of tho Court
House in Millcrsburc, in said Holmes County, the
following described lands and tenements to-wit.
llcing the north' test corner of the north-west
quarter of section number twenty-oightin I'rairlu
townip, Holmes County Ohio, tho road now lead
ing from fiharp'a Hridje in said Prairie township.
Holmes County Ohio, to Fredericksburg, Warno
County Ohio, being the south lino of said lot of
land which contains fivo acres be the same mora
less, aud appertalnauces thereto belonging.
Terms of sale Cash.
JOHN FRENCU, Sheriff.
March I'Jth, 1P60. n5w5prl$3,SJ.
SlicrlU s Sulc.
Joseph Watson A Co.)
Bi virtue of auordurof salo of real citato against
Defendant tn this cane issued from tho Court
Common Pleas of Holme County Ohio, and to
medireeted at 1 o'clock P. M.
On Minulay the !i3r,i rfly odprtt .1. I). 1NSI1.
shall expose to publio sale at the door of tho
Court House in Millersbure said Holmes County
Ohio; tho following described lands nnd tenements
In lot number sevontcen(l)in tho town of
in said Holmes Countj, Ohio.
Terms of sale cash.
JOHN ritKNCU. Sheriff.
March 10th, IF80, nSw3prf?4,W,
NOTICE 3 hereby irlven that the follow! a!nlnlitr
L tors and pua illam bare flit-J their ceo ants la the
probata Court of Holmes County. Ohio, which will h for
Paring on MomHy the Sud day of April. A. I'. .MM.
Kirit accoatituf Daulol iltluy fuardita of H. Weill,
J-'lrst accnunt tt John Workman Administrator cf
I'eter Smith deceaawd,
IooIrent ri'rt of Hnry (iambr administrator ft
Qenryv 0 amber dfceaid.
Final account of GcoTge Orner aJmloistntor of
ClirlitnpW fttcMef dtctased.
Klrst account of S M. Conner guardian of Andrew
Oalhoon aod El"tt.a rAlhnrm, minor.
ftwoDd accuuntof A. C. Miller executor of Isaac Miller
Third partial account of Christian NeWy executor ff
ChrUtlan Neily decvantd
fteoood and Ininlv nt acrount of John Pharp admlnlii
trator of tl-e eUUs of Will twin Laughed dec fnyd,
1'lrst ancount of N- F. Joss adiulni't ator of Jacob
PRINTING TYPES, AND ALL
other printing materials, are sept on band tn lart'e
iuantlttrs, ami sold at tbe lowest prices, for six north.'
nous or caah, at Bruae's Sew Vort Tjpo Foundry. K.
man foi ta of tbe modern styles arealwsv. on tl e shrives,
ready for Immediate delivery, In fonu of from to to 10,000
Klne cents lll prerav the po'taite on a pamphlet of
"Pijred Speclmeos of Fnou," aod nth-r hits, wbleh
uiil bi mailed to all prlntlog efnecs aeodlng me tbclr
Any lubllsber of a neparr who eboes to publish
ihla advertlaaoiert, tnelvdtna Hi nose, thru tlmtsb
rora tbe drat day of Jul, 'A aDd forward me oooef
papers c-ieiMoiidj It, wt!l be alloved his bill, atthe
tlseef uitler por.tasa ef tte of myo-vn muuteruitsj
rverimaa tbeameualof sell Mil. Atdrrsa
ttfl Tff Fcuatar I) CbauiUcrs matt, K. V,
' 7,z m i L i . . Proapcct or a long and hap.
P7 ,11J wllltheri.h and brighten yonr daya.
t'ToA Ii'wa-e of an Imitation with the worda,
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