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THURSDAY, JUNK l'f, 18G0,
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
Dr. llAniiMANlfriiftii visit to Mlltcrsbtirg wllllin
Wednesday r Juno 27th. Rooms at tliu Olilo
Wohavo Just completed con
bus In Richland Township. Tlio populntlon of
tlio township Is 1601. Tlio population of Napo
leon Is 107. Wo wcro very kindly and hospitably
treated by tlio people of Illclilnnd. Wu nicunder
special obligations to William White, 1'. lilnkcn-
bergcr, Abraham I'onelson, and S. Snow sr. lor
their lilnilnoj's. When wo havo room mid time
we Mill glvoruoro particulars of tho wealth fcc, or
tho township. Next week woexpect to bolu Kill
buckj Mr. Trench will bo In Monroe.
The Census. P. Ft. W. & C. R. R.
The following appointments ami change uavo
been mado by Gorgo W. Cass, Esq., President
and General Superintendent of tho Pittsburgh,
Fort Wayno k Chicago Railroad, to take effect on
on tho 1st day of Juno! Jos. 11. Moore, now Su
perintendent of tho Eastern Divisions, to take
charge of tho business and property of tho compa
ny nt Chicago and Northwest! Augustus llradly,
present Secretary, to act as Superintendent of tho
Has tern Divicion till further notlnc, his oflleo to
bo removed to l'cnn Station, ritlsliurghj W. IP
Darns is transferred to tho office of tlio lWidont
and General Superintendent; J. K. Smith to be
Paymaster In the placo of W. H. Unnesj John J.
Houston, General Fright Agent, will establish his
Office permanently at Pittsburgh.
It just requires a man as mean as
cared animal of the Woostcr Kepullicam to at
tempt to turn a Musical Convention into a miscra
i.i it.t-i nrr.!r in suit bis foul inirnoscii. Last
UlU Injun-." - ...
week a largo porttou.of that sheet Is devoted to i
the abuse of Mr. Ot.Niuusr.N, tho superintendent or
the late Hand Convention at Woostcr. Wo un
derstand that tho solo cause of this Is because tho
Democratic Hand of tills placo was awarded a pre
mium instead of tlio Republican Hand. This veil
lies tho truth of tho btatcmcntwo mado ona prcvi.
ous occasion that music from a Dcmacratlc Hand
did not unit his long cars, but to chargo tlio manager
of tho Convention with what lto was guilty of bin?
self, as well as a fow other fanatical Black Republi
cans of Woostcr, deserves tho i-coruand contempt
of every honorable, high-minded person. It illy
becomes a man w horn a Jury, composed of a majori
ty of his political friends, decided a slander and li
beller to impute improper motives to others.
I I r I
Inoklnc individual from "out West" passed
through town on Saturday last, with an old boot
on one foot labelled "Lincoln plunder" wmcn no
represented to bo one of tho boots Lincoln ob
tained in his stationery bill while in Congress.
HUnilirr foot, we wcro sorry to see was "turned
out to pasture." Ho had on his shoulder nn ill
fbaped knotof wood of hugo dimensions, which wo
calculated was about 4 feet long, 3 feet ! inches
wide, and 2 feet U'i inches thick. This ho said
was a piece of tho mall which honest Old Abe
used when ho split those 1500 rails in six weeks
and eight days. Ho informed our citizens that he
was a ''traveling agent" for Lincoln to sell theso
rails, as honnt Old Abo was poor, had a largo
family to keep, his wrnVky bills "mn up" consi Unt
itle, and there was no other way for him to mako
money running for Picsident. Ho offered tho
rails at $50 a piece, but could find no takers at
that high figure. Ho was told that tho "first hol
ler" had not been heard in this region, when ho
concluded that tho excitement was not up high
enough "yW'uuii ho accordingly lelttonn.
The 4th of July.
At a meeting of tlio at
m, Tliiiralav ivciiinir. Juno 7th, to take steps to
celebrate the coming -1th day of July. Upon mo
tion Jeukens Mulvano was appointed President,
and Robeit Justice Secretary, and thereupon the
following committees were appointed: On Fi
nance Louis .Mayers, Dr. Ebiight and Jacob Cliery
holmes. On arrangements Robinson 1'iencli,
Samuel EnglMi, Wm. Koch, L. It. Critehiield,
and Howard Joico. On motion tho meeting ad
journed until Saturday Evening, tho Oth of June.
Junu 9th, 1SG0. Meeting convened same of
ficers in attendance. Dr. F.biight, from commit
tee on finance, reported that tliero had been sub
scribed for tho celebration $13G. Samuel Eng
lish, from committee on arrangements, substituted
the following report:
President of tlio day Col. N. Fi Joss, and ono
Vieo President from each township.
Chief Marshal Daniel French, and ono assist
ant marnh.il fiom each township.
Orator of tho ilay Ituv. U.J. ICn'sley.
Render oftho Declaration of Independence
John W. Voihes.
The committee of arrangements also reported
a programme of tho proceedings for tho day.
Three Treasurers wcro appointed, consisting of J.
K. Ralff, D. S. Uhl and Wm. Spangler. The meet
ing was enthusiastic, nnd tlio feeling decidely
indicated a good celebration on the coming 4th.
JENKINS MULVANE, Pres't.
ROBERT JUSTICE, Sec.
The Award to the Democratic Band.
Wo liavo been luuiJed by Sir. D. G. Newton,
leader of tho Democratic ll.mJ, tho following let
ter containing tho premium awarded to them at
tho lato Band convention -at Woostcr. This will
certainly put n quietus to tlio disputo between tho
two Bands of this placo in reference to tho Con
vention, as tho writer, Mr, Baumuaudnui, who
was secretary of tho concern, is a Republican, and
it cannot bo claimed by tho Republican Band
their friends that ho 13 partial, or that his opinions
WOOSTER, June 6, 1860.
Mr. D. G. Newton:
Dear Sir. I have tho hon
or offorwnrdingyou tho awaids of tho commlttoo
its 2d host in Convention, Jtinel, ltJCO, which
$20 with a Silver Goblet, this gives us great pleas
uro, as wo think you wero particularly entitled
the honor as well as tho award, by your cotnplcto
triumph on tlio 2d tiial. Wo regret that the
!.. I. on tfltnn. U ln l,n 01(10
nnd would but for tho unlookcd for expenses that
wci o sprung upon uy tlio neglect ol eonto oi tlio
committco. wo hope that ou were ell pleased
v.ith your visit hero and also with tho proceed
ings of tho Convention, wo did tho best wo could
to mako tho thing a succce.3, how far wo tuccoed
cdyqu can judge. My particular regards to tho
L. S. BAUMGARDNER, Sec.
L. S. BAUMGARDNER, Sec. An Exciting Scene---The Millersburg
Quito an exciting scene camo off on tho Fair
grounds Inst Saturday morning on tho occasion
of tho decision of tho Judges on the merits of the
two .Millersburg Bands tlio Democratic and Re
publican, l'rom what wo learn it seems that the
former wns fairly entitled to the premium, but
Borne of tho political panizans of tho latter, who
uro pocesscU ot lar more auu.icny man nuneeiy, at
tempted to interfero and change tho decision of
llin imlrrns Tlila liavlncr been noticed by tho Im
partial by-standerswhen the declaration was nudo!
no of thu judges that "m conat'iucnceui iie,
h'lhir order of the jurjormanee of the Democratic
ii.....; ii. o.i ,9 mi-nri i-a in i inn." n o ir
rent with fhocliouts of tho niullltiidc, who wcro
oveiiojed at tlio just decl-iuli of tlio euiiimillv e.
Imniediatelv following this oxcltliij? ceuie, m
frleudaof tho Ucmjciatiu Hand i,Lt-,a.tcl th-in
with ahugo hickory broom, which wa.-, It r uv
iucutly in their handsome wagou. They then pro-
-ncnil in ilia
(1 lio llin tll
llniilimlia Indies, nwl lienn of liotniiietiiltliowcrcil
iikhi tlit-tn. Ily the lltno of their liiuil dcji-irltiro
f'fit) ImtiKi llir.t nirixi n.. ............I ...111. llwi ft A
i .... ll - . .1 I . . ...... I- I
Kri'ui ii'int'iH in inn iinniisoma nnu iiiiriuuo in
tltesorWooaler. This highly intcrcriltu,' pet for
limnco wih fully ciijnjtd by the M illcrlurj Dem
ocratic Uo)iitid their tiumeroiu fi-Hido.
Ill justice to the gentlemen comprising mo no
ptiblioiiii I I.i nil, we unlit say thai they had no patt
ulialuitr anil did not countenance too uttpinpt to
liillueiiiu tiro (IcclxUin of tlio Judges. They aru
all high mliiiled hniiornblo men, who would ncoiii
In accept a ptelnlum obtained through trickery.
Tlicy p!a)ed well throughout tho poilbimiiico and
deserve great credit for their skill, as well ns their
general good conduct wlillo hcio. Wayne Co.
reeded to towiii Pillowed liy n Intro iiroc
Democratic Band. MARRIED.
MARRIED. On the 7th Inst., by Rov. J. II.
Van llaocitu.v. Mr. JOSHUA OIltJN nud MIm
HANNAH 1 ENICIC, both of Wnyno co., Olilo.
- - l -
Wheat V bushel
Clover Seed V) bushel..
Timothy Seed. . . .". . .
Dried l'cachca. ,
Hacon p lb.
Hotter V lb
1. nrd Ub
l'ntntnc. Jl lmlicl
I lay yUot
Wood per cord
Coal per bushel. .. . . . .
Feathers per lb
. . .
. . . 2,00
. . C0c
, . . 12t.o
. . . 2,00
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
C. Z. & C. R. R.
A rive nt Mlllersburi; :
K:3.' A. M.
2:05 1'. SI.
..1:20 A. M.
.10;53 P. M.
Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R.
Leav Orrvl If, ooino wfst.
..5.r3 A. St,
..,). 1'. 51.
..6,02 1'. M.
.9.21 A. St.
..il.nu 1". SI.
..9,00 V. SI.
iCSTMUS. W1NSLOW An oxperi-
enced nurse nnd fematd pliyfllclan,lins a Soothlug Svrup
for child ten teetlilng, which greatly facilitates the proecs
ofTeut i nc bv soltcti kc inc cum?, rciucine all iniifltn
matlon will allay all pain and Is sure to regulate the
bonels. Depend upon it, mothers, it ulll plve rest to
yourselves, nnd relief and health to your Infants Per
fectly safe In nil cases. Sec advertisement In another
co uinn. ylnSO
.UolIatVs LU'o Pills ami IMicnix Hittois
IX case of Scrofula, I Vt'tfra, A'cvrtft or Uruptlon of
the skin, the operation ot the Lite Medic nun Is truly
astonWiIng, rftvw removing, In a few das, every vestipe
of these loiilhtioni disease, by their purillng eiuli nr
on the Wool. Jjiiioits J'ever and Itftte, Jjypep9la
Dronstt rile, and In short, most alt disease soon
yle'd to their curative properties. No f.iintly shouhl be
without them, as by their timely ue much suueilnjr nnd
t?Mcnst! inav bf saved. I'nr salo bv .T. K. HAIFT.
(uUyl) Millersburs, O.
CARD. A MISSIONARY LATE
1,V u turned from Japan, has brought with Mm
a receipt which ha eu ed thousands, who weresuOVrlug
from Coiidumittlon, ltronchttls and dehllltv. I obtaliud
it from a learned I'lnsMau, In the limit City of Jediln
llm I ii k been cured bv itniyelf of Consumption, when
all nth. r nw,tn liiid f.tilc'1, l am iksirotii ui Ptnehtlng
bv sending tills receipt, to all who may netd It, free of
charge. Address with snmp.for a repir.
Ht'V. Wll.hiAM CDStlltuVi:,
(n40mC ) No Z-ll Ualtlo Mre.t, Deookli u, X. Y
iCirW.OOL FOODl ULOOI) FOODI
V. Uivt vtti I f. i lings in le-tdlng tin; ailvertUtintntof
Li . IlitNMv's Hitt'th roon. In another column: but u
i tina r.ititlc.ilioii pr itoitnnntft, ft.r, though we regret
toeee s eel hrate't a man coining foiw.tnl, een in a(
iH-ur.UH'f, midiT the biiiiio Ibig as quacks, th.'itls, i
nsnttingtn adeitiblftg, yet we take sailtfaction alo
In Unoning thnt theie lnow a liable prepa ration before
the people tor hui mot aim m u meiancnoiy tiipcase
O.-iru oiitlon and oth -r organic rom)l.tlnt'.
I)r, ltroi-son W a lecturer In our M dlc-tl Co ge, nnd
'hi' vuccl-s-i in his tBp-flait hisbeetixowiindcrfultli.it
Ih Vat enntiiteit at viirluncu Kith the prejudices
iivtr p-ai'titinii' r, to mal' rkno.ii, n he is doing, for
th" l lit ul "ill uig IniuiH. py.
1 II b i s, e'ln d To A fiit", however, a firm whose re
I fn i-i. ibi H - pe .I'm entbily his pi eparathms f phi till
ti ige oi ii . Misers. Chuuh ii' Dupont ae his
sole in iiniu'i-iK, ii- tin v are .o for the ino5t Invaluable
of pr p innioiH, Dr. V. 'ton's Infantile Cordial. If moth
ers eould kiuiw ihegteit c.ire taken In jmtting up this
in tint, some lile.t or which tney can mrm by comparison
nf it with "iiv other article of the kind, theo would prc-fi-r
it to uin t'ltntr that tins ever been ottered them. Tor
our nun pa t, if we had a chiM suffering, we wuM not
hesitite to administer this in enarailon. knowing that
such car.iful druggNts would not enlace In any thing that
was not perfectly saunmi t-liectual iiuebeo t(i;etre.
tfiree advertisement, l'or sale by J. K. IiilKF, drug-
Kin, Ainier&uiig, uniu
"Weill will do It."
So look out for Cost!
rl",lin pulifciilier having retired from business
1 linds tli.it lie lui a large amount ul mom
standing out amuung his cutniueiv, and licii
desirous of having them come fnrntml nnd retllo
up, takes this method of notifying thofo that know
thcniM'lvcs indebted to him by note or account to
come forward and FCttlo imediately or they will
find their claims in tho hands of tho proper nlliceis
for collection. II. J. CONNIE
MUlcrtburg, 1EG0. nlStf.
TTAT.r.NTIXE VOGLI3 Has enlarged nnd
T improvcu ins
and added largely to his stock of
Groceries, Liquors, CnndicSjNuls
etc.,. &C, tX,C.
Tlio improvement will enable him the better to
accomodate his customers.
lie is thankful for patt patronago and hopes to
poo tlio faces of old friends and many new ones at
his Rooms inimeciatcly east ot tho hmpire House,
V. V UUL.11,,
imEilD! BREAD! WlEilD
r nilK undersigned has commenced the llaklnghuslness
L in all Its various hranches, la Millersburg, fuur
doors North of Koeh's store.
Rrcad, Tics, Cakes, Wcdillng Cakes &c.
llakcd and for Si'e at tho Bakery; also at
WESTON It SIMXRLCR'S SALOON
G It O O E It S
Will filnd It to their Interest to huy dies Ac. from me,
as they will render satisfaction, und will he sold at reas
onnue prices. it. i.ciiAiir.
Juue 1, 1S0O. n!5tf
TT U generally roncetve-d that money saved Is juit
as eooi as that wMch Is earntd. The wuv to nave
money is w uy i ujumi.
People do iiot always know where to buy tha
Cheapest and ltcst Groceries,
An.l juit for the benefit of particular friend), and ihe dea
neonk-ffciitrallr their huiulilts Bervant nut hlmntlf to
troulM' of wiitlutf the fact bad having it published to
Ilai a very large and superior utock of everything um
aliv io una lit a
GitocisuY & ruovisiox stoui:.
'.jt no one be backward ahout colling Uverybody rush
liji.tuntoFrltt'i'snhero they can huy morofor quaiter
tngn ay other Orocery "In Ihcso dlf;lr.s."
June, 1SC0. nIS.
Tho Only Plaoo to Got
Ul'.li '. ltniTUII'.T P sv.v I'.la rnihrtllas.of all slit
Jiuo.; TOlil.. M.M. nhurit 'I'lu so Unihiel
. l u. lUiubu . t li.u Ltsl ai tlik umjc !u tao country,
Utcunter JO. '.'J-aaj
i:0UKAn iio.il i: .n vNUi'AOTUiti:!
H. It. HorrjUAN A Co.,
fPAKi: )lritircMo J h form Ifiolr numrroui cuttomtn
I. ami tlie l'liMfe 'Ron-rally 1 1. a t llity aro again on
liaml with a New aiifl splendid aiioitmcnt of
SlMtKQ AM) SUM .M lilt CL0T1XII0:
And w would lav that w
MANVl'ACTUllll OVll OWN dt.OTHINO,
and ran i il s taaly and durable iiRiment for I.l;S3
SlflNEV than the Cloth and Trimming ran he bought for
Oil- atopic of l-c Unnda fftrthe Ouitnin Tratle la very
inlni.lvu and hat hcen csrcfu'ly atltitrd, cmhrailug the
l"t inakf nf
Froiicli mid English, Black and
Colored IJroad Ulotli and
Doeskin, and the Latest
and most elegant
styles of Freneh,
English & Domes
tic Oissitners, French
and Spanish liimien, nnd a
rare variety of Silk, Caslnnero and
Our Custom Il-'nartmcnt contlnnca utide the rnerlal
management of II. W. S!fM win? iloea nnt mtaii to te
cxctlled by any nneoihlffbroicisloii, and never falls to
-.'cutu. Fui'iiisluiiir Gootls,
t-halo a rary larire variety In this line. Including
uie new and Novel Articles. We have aIao a large
II A T S A N I C A V H,
Huhher Oouds, Trunin TravillluK IUk", Yalleces and a
tliouiand and oue artlclis h'-lonplng to a Kod assorted
oiiilug Mnru our motto aiiau tie:
"UUIUK!Al.f;S AMI aIAl.l, 1'UUI ITS."
We Invite therefore unu and all to call at the
nitcil Stales (!lotliin Store Opposite the
TI1K UJjU J'UST Ol'FJUl),
t the Slcn of the l.lTTI.Ii CHANT, boforc UuylnK tile
Clotiiinc! Maiik to Oudeii !
tt-NO 1TJ', NO SALHn
S. II. HOFFMAN 4: CO.
S carrying on the tailoring buslut-Bi In all H various
, bra tic lit; s In Uoonis over
Hli experiance nnd tnste cnnMen Mm to render jrcnernl
iithractioti to those f)" whom lieuot' work. and lie hones
by Industry tint! close Hpidtciitlon to business to receive
liberal rliare or patronage.
ALL WOKK IS WARRANTED.
UU prices nrc a low as It Is possible for a man to live at.
COi j. SAM. COST'S
ItlJVOLVtNG PIRK ARSIS.
ristoLS, nin.ES, oardi.ni and hwt duns.
Iatkxik or lKiH; ISM; lMTj 1S38.
111F.S11 nrms have nocqua's In quality and finish; are
. ailoiittil ly the Army and Navy nf the United States.
and the prliiclpil governments cif Europe; are uniform
la all thtlriMrts, are simple, safe, sure and servlceaUc;
and can he had In i-nuhundr.d varieties, as well as Car
tridges of powder, h.01 and ihot, and all nuall parts for
repairs, from all iwpectablu gun dealers, and the Hard
ware trade generally.
colt's lwr.xrrins.inMS maxfo no..
n9yl llAltTl'OIili, CONN
NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP!
r-i The undersigned npoctfully In-
V I flnis the cllizens of Mlllerehurir and
VJ JLL lclnltv tint ha has ouuied a HOOT
r. I HIIOK PllOI', opposite Courtney's
l'4i. ricture tf.iuery, tuierc lie is nrepa td
lo do all kinds or woi k, enner
n a neat and workmanlike manner. Prompt paying
and cush customers wilt find It to their Interest to (lire
lilm n e'lll.
Uir Mpr.dln do c on short notice, at reasonable
prires ,(, II. JI. Srj;.NCEIl.
AllllCS Tfr, V.'.niU.
Our Musical Friend.
kUR MUSICAL FKIEND,
JtirL' Coin pa nl' ui i r tlio A Infer Moutii.
I. wry I'nuiist,
Should pincmv thiii weekly
Pun Icallon nf Aocal and Pi
anoforte Munic, costing but
ten Ctnts a number, and ro
lKttiiiced bv ill.' cull Preifd
nf the Ciunl(, the be-
tt and dt.eaptsUv.orh of the kind
in tht It orlit
Tmlvu tu l- e 1 t,H2i, f. r Vm-al nnd I'iinoforte MuMc,
Yoarlv. h.iMiiily. t .lit: cmatt. rrly. 1,25.
uliiri Iti!? to '(l.n Musi ul Ti iftid" nr ordtM' It rnun the
nc ircM NuiM deil.F ntiTytit wUl havt MuIc ciioukIi for
uur enure laniiiy ami nt art inirtnnnj.in' com, imu
mi wnnt iniisier.n th" Unte V o'in t miut. Chirlonvt.
ccordeon, Ac, 8iilwrlle for tht -'Solo Meiimltt." lesucd
lemi-mouniiiiy, coin.nni; aiau nvi'iv ptut"; puce,
Stills pT munhpr; 2 ,. per jmn fix tnontht.
I'ubllnnetl and for s.ih Ly C, li. LMOUR & Co., Iu7
NiUau sti-i-el, Nlw Yoik. nl
G retired from business X deslio nil
liei'soinli.ivin" accnuuts with me to cull und
scttlu without delay. II v nlluirs
.must iincr,osi:i) up,
rnd I hope mv old customers will givo tho mat
ter immediate nttentiou. C. UATT.
Jiiiio 1, 18CII.
WKlMbll a mN'HAUIIUlt
J I! CM. TAVLUII.
v.. T:iNe.vciii:ie .v co.,
Produce ittiil Commission illcrcliants
FLOUR, GR.V1X, MILL STUFFS,
SALT, VISII, WU1TV. 4- IlVirail LIME, 4c ic
AP 1'L'lirilAF.RS OP
Whc.if, Ryo, Corn, Oats, Wool
Juno 1, 1SC0.
nuir, iiutti:ii, kgusa-cAc.
M. SI. tU'KIClI.i:, Agent,
NOTICT! is hereby given that tho following
administrators and guaidiana have filed their
accounts in tho Probate Court of Holmes County,
Ohio, which will be for hearlmrou Monday tho 2nd
davof Julv. 1EG0.
f inal account ot uaniei onyuer, executor
Jacob Snyder deceased.
I'iiial account of John Sharp administrator, rfeAonw
non ol thecstato of John Anderson deceased.
Final nccount of John Sharp administrator
hoiih non of tho cstato of William Anderson dee'd.
Final account of Simeon Miller and Sarah
IIochstetlcrKxccutors of Henry Hochstetlerdec'd
Final nccount o( John Taylor administrator
James Cum, deceased.
11, CJ. SAUNUliKS, l'robato Judge.
Juno U, 16C0. n!7w4.
ISccaaaat & Sycrs,
171 VERY one who ha pall any attention to Ihe great
11 fltrllt bctweCIl IthKNAN .t f 1TKB8 liut ftlll to IlOtiCU
the gnat nurour oi unit1 davkks s kiiocki-ii irom
pegs," uul H la noi generally miowu mm niuujr oi
feUUltuersaila U'tuuvu uuui bwiiiib u
Deficient pair of Boots!
A pair Willi Imperfect lieels, wlilcli glvo him an unstable
rOUnUQllOn, HUU SU"jeteu .uui ii, iiuviitsHitu
and exertion to maintain his foothold, llnca-m, on
contrary had no dllllcully in sii.talnliig his equilibrium.
It Is a notalila fart that Ills "bread-b isket" was but once
leveled wiili Ms Teet. Alter the fltht It was discovered
1,.. n-nra a sunerlor iulr of Hoots They were tried
by time ent ones, anti it was loimu inn, it um
Impossible to knock a man over who had them on.
test was carried so far that a s ck woman put them
mid no ordinary pugilist was able to klock her from
"pins." Hessss as ollered 5Jtl,41,64),UR, to
where he had trot them, but ho indignantly refused
lum. The Hoots wero made by.
William Alley, Millersburg 0.,
(Scccssor to G. Halt.)
vn, U nlutflt'i nnliand tosunnlv the oeorile oftlie United
States with Ihe b.-it Hoots una Shoes nwle In the world,
Don't jUllta Call, WILUAH Aixti.
June IB n. nlStf.
,t LL persons knowing thcmselvos Indebt.
oil to mn bv Nolo. Dnu-Ilill, or Hook
Account will pleasocomo ibrwajd and sottlo
tho sanio iminediatoly, and savo thcmsolves
cost, as I must liuvo money, and can't
any lonuori so look out!
MillersburB, Oct. 20, 1B69.-H
roit swiyu or isoo.
A I.AnOE and Hplendld BM of Now Sprlna
J (loodi just received at MUdVA.NE'H KM-
Xcto Styles Dress Goods in Every Fabric.
tha rr.r.uxa goods of evbiiy DiXcnii'Tiotr,
I'l.AI.VAXJI JVIAtK IIKEXI SII.A.1,
dii uviu.a s mo 11 a ntst i unit: ex,
CIIA I.I.IKS l)V. UHMSf, U1SOIIA1IS,
MIA SIMMS, CIII.VTS, GOODS,
1-ltl.WTS, 4 c, 4 c, ic
Call and sco this Stock or
A snlendld slocjk of SHAWLS suitable ror the
season just received.
The New Spring Stylo Bonnets,
New Spring Style Ribbons, Dress Trim-
ltiiUKH 1 nil lvinu, l. loves una
Hosiery, IUmjji SkirtH yutv
Style from 8 to an
A Tine Slock and Cheaper than Ever.
A TREMEIVDUOUS STOCK
TO WHICH WE INVITE rAKTICULAIt ATTEKTIOS.
HATS & G-JPS,
of tho LntcstStilesoonsistiiiB of SHjK. FR11NCU,
1'A.NAMA.LkUUUHN und 1'AliM l.fcAF.
BOOTS & SHOES
Both Men nnd Womans', Now Stile i and CllArun
than ever at mo r..uruitiujj.
SIIEETIXCS, SI11R TIXGS, DRILLS,
CROCKEnY AXD GUISS-ll'AIlE,
LOOKIXG GLASSES di CUIXA-WARZ,
GROCERIES OV ALL KIXDS,
C1IEJ1P A T THEEXrOnWX.
w inaJ. .ml I.pbI. soloctcd itock that
wo havo ever brought to Millersbure. enibraciug
every thinii In the lino of Staple aud Vnucy Dry
ii I. i '.,11 i.n.i sao nur etook and iusnuet our
goods and )ou willnot fail lo buy.
So Call nt
"NT IinXDEKSON llos oponwl a Tailor
.'.? .fj.hnp In theriKnn lieretoforB occupied ht
I-raratlioKa.tcrnOitlci. All work will U under
lil'iiniriHiatosurnrvl.lonand will be WabuahtWi'
KUtaiidnottollip. Ilispricn will bo reasonable.
eo Wtid ro of puLli0 palrovYiVs-iI?iK,ctis11'
Spsiifa'cf l'00.-1l A.ilfc.MJhlisOs.
nam niPflWa ntafrJiF- TTf rT'.TtTrTnn
UliLu UllJUUlGS DIoCOl EPvIi J IN RjLMttS CO.
it i: a t i: x o i t j: 31 1: n t 1
rm Men, Women and Chllilrrn Visit
In the .nines Dally!
AS nXTU TflAlK TO YY, l'UTO.V THE TRACK TO
CO.NVEVTIIKTKUKOK BTHIf'KEN I'OI'ULACJE I
Q I Hon WORTH of the prtcioai ItUVen tii
OljvUU lolen than ft wetk. The foldlen f TiTCi
plouhM up the foundation of Coirjiiion'j leuplc togtt
(fold; but go to
-A.. 33. 3?3lrr:
and foucin ft it without ploughing.
II err his l-n an Inexplicable problem where Hiram
KIiik of Tyre ( rocured so much floH for Bclomoo. The
proMeia is no solreil bjr oltin lo
tni he III tell you all sbout the 0 A t ot Ophlre.
i cms nsre nia roau auu instorinns . are coilapseain
ilcplteiirtnt' the liutrout muir mt radl.nt slow of the
fll.inntiil. rirtlnleoriflii. llutitf.Att.iitl1l.nLln.r.mr.rl.
.on with the spa. klitiit (ferns that gltam ami gutter In the
JCWOlry Storo of A. 13. Fry.
I'earl seeker, of India hare famishrf matter for
the tragic rau.e and polarizl the htaits of n.tiancel
uBjjio inue anij poiariz"! me neaus 01 et.irancei
f..th uut, a.kr.llheury .tor. of
and sec what your eyei nvtr btlir;ld(atid what the heart
Solomon said there was a Time for a 1 things, but forgit
to inerition that A II. 11! V had Tlmo-pl. ces for all men,
and that he ii the sole ag.nt iiOwllrlOKfur the best clocks
ST EOTACLE S!
Vou talk of seeing an awful spectacle b'tt the ipecta.
cles at A. II. KKV' surpasses all cl'hUTACI.ES thit for
Eye ever beheld. Ho little and bl, rich and poor, hlph
and low, 11? and ufrly, every body and the rest orman.
llofl.comriht alone not with your lhtks and Shov
hut your I'ockets weighed down al'h old rusty (Jold and
Silvo dollars, old Jewelry ar.d tbrn -tank Il.l s and have
It replaced with something of more benefit, that vou may
ko tn tour way rejoicing. Tell It every wherethat our
hutches, ccocA's, jr.wr.i.nv, SILVER
A.Vt PLATED II .;.':, IAXCY
GOODS, .t(7., dC, (C,
cannot be surpassed either lo uuil.ty or prices.
Watcoes, Clocks and Jewelry repaired, and all wotk
To secure n fine view call early In the morning.
t3F Hoom In Welrch's block, Noithslde of Jac'.son
Strtet, MillfrshurcOhlo. A. U. I'ltV.
MAY, ISO). nlltf
i. Tin: a it t ,
AVould taj pit.aure In ftranounclng to the citizen Of
Mlllersburtf, tliat he bai taken the rooms over Pr
tioling's ollicc, where he liM an fxcfetlent SKV-MQHT.
ami Kith hU experiance In the Art. haviiiir ha-l the ad
vamaife or Detnp infiruciea in one oi uie itrpesi una best
Photograph (laltcrles In the East, he fetU Justified In
9amg mm nc nui inave
VUO TOG I! A PUSt A 31 R Ii 0 T YPKS
A ni alt the popular plctuns of the day atUtulng Uiehlph
eit nerfectlon In the Art.
He dfCt'8 coropttitlou, and claims that lie will maVe
better pictures, on an ararage, than hare ver teen
made vesioitne Mississippi. My results are certain.
He would alio call attention tn the artistic and grace
ful portion tn which his ruhjects will be seated. It
unnecessary toietnlml the tnliphttntd cttlxens of this
vicinity of the incKtiniablt; valu of a fine and lifelike pic
turefcf h departed friend, t-utlice It to say that safest
way Is to Improve the present, for the past Is not yours,
and tho future ) ou cannot command.
OOME OXEI COME ALL!!
To fee and get better pictures than have erer been made
nest, ii mey no cosi uui intv cents eac.i, neativ fnclosett
In wood morocco case CW"JJrInc y vour cnlld ren.
claims not to be excelled In making chll 1 like and fine
picture or children, itrlnff them in the rorenoon'ay
Mr. 31.1 not one who has the name of 'a travtllnz Ar
tist. There Is no hum bur about this circular.
Perfect satisfaction guarantees
Main St., opposite the Ilook Store.
NOBODY ELSE HAS THEM!
Therein JYothing like Them!
THE PARAGON LAMP
TT elves one fourth more llcht than anv other Coal
Lamp and burns no more oil and will not smoke.
Theol Iturner gives as much lifeht as t iret CanaUs
aud cn.ts no more thin one.
V full supply of the very best Coal 01, Hand and
Hauclng L.mp.;Shailes, Ground and Plain; Chimneys,
uud VtVk-brushes always on hand at.
naetr HESIO.N & SI'ANUI.EIt'S.
Has Keniorerl M
To WElltlCK'ii M.Ot'K,
Nortli bide of Jackson street.
Wlir.UK ho has on hand and 1. con.tuntly adding
a ery Urpe stock of fctov.s of every kind; such
. . OltttK SLOT
and In short, every desirable kind of stovis I" the m.r-,
ket Ha Ii nerinnnentlv located In Millusburc and
of course, dcsl ous of building up a bhrtia.le, and It
be his pleasure as nell as his interest losell at .uth Low
PhiCkH and ilo liu.lntss on such honorable terms as
satisfy all with whom he may deal. The public arc re
s ectfully Imited to
Call and Examine
Ills, splendid stock of all kinds or
Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware.
He has the cxcluslvoright to manufacture and sell
llo'mes County the
KncKeyc Collet Pot
which surpasses all others.
He I. fully prepared to do all kinds of spouthg In
superior manner. He has
Woodruff's Patent Eaves Fiislenins
which Is acknoirledirc'I to ha the bet In ue All in
frintfetm nis upon hi right will bo jiri'secuttd to th ex
tent of tlio law,
J 0 15 W ORK
of any and every kind promptly and cheaply attended
rrc'all and sen lor youistlves
nil) SAMUEL McCnORV.
XEW SPBIXG & SUMMER GOODS!
Mas returned from tho Eastern Cities whero
bought n very larco and desirable stock
Goods ol every kind which ho now offers to
people of Holmes County at low prices.
HIS LiAISGE STOItE ItOOJUS
Are filled full of tho latct stjlcs of Xcw
SPUING & SUMMER GOODS.
And an Invitation Is extended lo tho people of
County and the rest of mankind to call und examine
this stock before buying cUewhcre, as by aodoiug
they may eavo some money.
Ii. MYERri. ,
MIlloMburtr, Maroh29' IFCn.
Crow, Chapman, Crow!
G R O C E It IE8
srvr. The citUcns of Holmes Coun-
Lipnaty nre rcspectful.y informed
Otisps1 am 81111 to ba found at y
Tlie Largest and best slock of Groceries
Ever before offerod in Millorsburg, which
will bo sold at very low pi Ices, for Cash
Conutry Prodiic. Ploasa Call and Examine
before purchasing oltewheroi und bo aston
Ished at the oxcocdinly low pricea, on ac
count of tho hard times.
Millerjburg, Oct. 20, 1659.
laan iar.a wuutaniooi never coticeiveu oi ih iort
III i.. t. .j-( ...iaa.i i . i'si . . j .
Kihi and aelt brucure thUriuiDiof fcurtr. L.ot
01 "men was woraeo into vasts ui vessels am viua
.... . . .'. . .
hies, o to be had of
A 1 li lj
!le"c, 0,n" ,lirc? or "J"'1" ' "W'0Ui heirs and
' ltW rcprcspntallven of John McDowoll, deceased.
Voii are hereby informed that on thc Wth diy
I of May, A D. lCO, ald AdminijtratiU filed her1
f,cl,lic"' inl,, ,,f0l'l Court of "ol'n( County,1
,M ,c 0,,jcc, an(J f wh , , , J'
Ifibtalnati mlffnn i). oi,t ,l, r.r ii a t
itrn Of'ron the JVd day or July. A. -i
I,,fcc0 "I""1 yci,ich 'k" "M retlUon will he ror
i nmmKr wn, oommcneinc tho south cast cor
The . lot mnn"X "m tlienco north three
iiurfuj ine riac oi urc nn hff emitft n n trn ir f-m
t .. .. ' . "
I . .1 "k. niaiuuc01 iT;nino nceM ami thirty
.. i"; """t. awui
i ! UI (imill . ftl 9n .PWt. tllt.nt tn .hn . n.... ......
,01 i.ya.a .ucijowei , vtwow of the mid John Sic-
Uowell, ilec, which has heen nlimnl ti hrr In
nf the clat of John
J Vol isle Court 1'ctltlon
W. C. McDowell, ct. al.
'PO Mm. Harriet llurtln 11 rculdrnt or the State
: iiintni", namuoi iiiCL'Oircii n r luo il ol i
, t!i Mtntcof Illlnolt. Slit. Morr Dawson nnd Jo.li
llm Dmsoo, lirr liusband, retident bf the Bute of
Illinois, Mn. Nancy Doran a resident of the Suite
of New York, Mrs. Harriet Williams resident
of tho State of Kentucky, William Doughty n res-
iuiiiiui me mate in iiiiikji, Mrs. h.lluljclll Wllitf
I fjr n resident oftlie Hute of Kentucky, Sim. lie-1
lJeccaMlll,rand J.L. Miller, her
realdcnts of the Btate of Indiana, Andrew Mc-
tinvnii.i. i ,.
iiearinp, u,r inc sale 01 the lollowint; real estate,
Iy the debts or deceased, to witi Vie north part
of lotnuinlicr acven In the third nuartcr townshlo.
Uiwmhip number nine, or raco number rarpn. In
tho United SImm Ml ti ii?. 4T It.r J tL i
fMrn Lv.S nii "lft7t Vlt Bt?t0(?. ,JJ 1
lloims county, Ohio; nn bounded and discribed
aa iwunn, iw-nin iM,'guinm B.I me well line ol
Mid Int u Ithin frirtw rt.l.n. ,,rtt. .i a
nn r.f.ahlh.t l.;,; ".r""
.' .1. " .t .
lino to lllC llOrlll KC.'t mrr.tr til said Int nno ..nn.
urcu onu iwtiuy pcrctics, more or ten, thence
running on tlio north line of said lot to the north
n?. il,,.,- .. ft. t . " ,i r L.
Cr ".V', ' 0,1 Vm '"' ronn "nth forty
perches or within ono huwlrMl and iwtntv rrrho.
or tho EOiith east comer of mIJ lot, thence running
"uJ".",'e.l,,l"on,sre0 . K"'p'f?. estimattu
; r l. T Zl I Y "" "na . 'rtV l,u,"rc'"" ra
of land, moro or lejp, ciccpt ten ncer off of the
thlrtl rjuartcr ton nshlp,townli!p liumhcr n!ne,raiipo
luu"ni ni s (lepree, wt lorty perchei, thence
, ... :r" ; " '"v l"-lv""i .i.uw
t c 4Bo,,t.l t.,
....... riWCT, uirnw nortn nity-nina ana on nair
,. , ', imrvy fcvcn pcrcnes ni cicren
ic premises hy metes nnd bounds as follow, to-
nit: commeneintrat the iiorth-et rnmsmr ih
nborc diwnberl lot, thenco south eightj.eiht dc-
pre, forty minutes, eat with the nortli line of
a etake, thenco pouth one decree and twenty
minutes, nest seven chains and fifty links, thence
north elphtyelpht decrees arxl forty minute.,
west twenty-MX chain-, sixty-even links, thence
north one . csfree, twenty mmafes, cat eetcn
chaln, fifty links to the place of beginning con-
iaiui.li; twenty utL-rs.
li Ul, McUOV, F.LL,
Admr..ol John .McDon-ell, dec.
.May 30, 1C0. n)55.
Sale of Real Estate.
John Kinslcv administrator
of 1 1 ednck Kin'wnbcrir,
deceased, plaintilf, In Holjihs Couxtt
ncaintt I Pkobate f!nrrT
trednck Leibold, i Joseph- Onnca to Sell!
ine iA-ibolu, Ins wife, Ul- Real Estate to
ward Kingccnberg and Pat Debt.
ON the 14th day of July, A. D. 16C0, at one
o'clock in the afternoon, on the premises.
trill Im anl.l tn tlio l.U.V,n, t.t.i.to. .t, f:
will be sold to the highest bidder, the following
leal estate as the property of rrednck limggen-
berg, deceased; to-wit: Lots number three, tlx,
twehty-scven and twentv-cight, in the tillage of
r.rV,X. In lU im;(,lcf M. i." :
Holmes county and State ol Ohio,
...v. ivnilJUiJ J 1. OIUUH.ICi;ia 111
j . v.. ui.iv.
Terms of Sale One third cash in hand, one
third in one year, and oue third in two years.
JOHN KINSLEY, Adm'r of
FREDRICK I1EX3GENBERG dee'd.
June 7th, 1SG0. nl5w-5.
John D. Cannon ")
Jacob Sprcng adm'r of the
cstafe of G. V. Gants,
I lY virtue of four nnlfM of cnln In th'a mep
1J issued from the Court of Common Pleas,
..:.! Pnlmoa n,tn A. ...i .
".".'ji uUU uu u,c u.ituicu ui
1 o'clock I'. M.
On Monday, the St. day of July, A. D. 16G0,
I fhall expose to public sale at the door of the
Court House, in Millersburg, in said Holmes coun
ty, the following real estate: to-wit: The west
half of the FOtith-east quarter of section twenty-
u,u, iuiui;iiii im ciii,nji,i raue uiieen, excepting
twenty acres oil tlie nortli end oftlie above des-
cribed tract of land situate in said Holmes county
Ohio, containing in all sixty acre, alo except the
hou-o nnd well aud the land that is in the field
i. .1 i - i r
that the hou-e stands on, containing five ncres
I where tlie said
James Fncan lived on the 11th
cpteinber, leoC.beins a portion of the
above desctibed premises a3 set forth iu said Fa
JOHN' FRENCH, Sheriff.
June 7, 1EC0. nlGwa.
Henry Ale, )
Andrew Kratiugcr rf. at.S
RY virtue of two vendi. vs. in this case Uued
ft-nm tlio Oonrt nf Common Pinna nf ITnlmi. a
county Ohio, and to medirected at 1 o'clock, P. M
On Mondau.tU O'A day of Jnlii, A. D. 16C0.
I shall uxposo to public sale, at the door of the
Court House, in the town of Miller-burg, Eaid
Holmes county, the follow ing hinds and tenements;
to-wit: Tlie "north-cast quarter of the north-west
quarter of section fourteen, in towm-hlp eight of
ranee nino of lands sold at Zinesville, Ohio, con-
,-, rm.tv .. Ai.n ,i. outli.etet ninrtor
ta'n "8 10lt. acres. A10, tilt SOUIll-east quarter
ot the soutu-west quarter ot section seven
touiiiliip ciht of r.ingc nine of lands sold at
Z.inesville, Ohio.containinK forty acres, lyinjr and
being in the coun y of Holme?, State of Ohio.
juiia j tifjiMjii, siierm.
Juno", 1SC0. nlCw5.
"J Y virtue of two orders of sale vs. defendant
lj in this cise issued from the Court of Common
Pleas of Holmes county Ohio, and In me dii-td
at 1 o'clock P. M
On Monday, Utc'Jth day of July, A. D. Icu3,
I shall expose to public sale at the door of the
Court House in Millersbure;, in said Holmes coun
ty, the fulloning lands tenements; to-wit. In lot
number seventeen (17) in the town of Nashville,
Holmes county Ohio.
TernM of Sale Cash.
JOHN FRENCH, Sheriff.
June 7, 1E60 nl5.
1 ft. al. j
"P V virtue of vendi vs. defendant in this case Is
lj ued from the Court of Common Ploas. Knoi
Counl Ohio, to mo directed at 1 o'clock 1'. M.,
i. M, ,,, tl.t -id ,lav of Julu. .1. D. ltlill
t .bnii r,Yn.n tn nuhlle safo At the dour of tho
In Mlllersburir. in Holme County Ohio.
tho following duaeribed lnndsaud tenements to-wit:
the south side of the south cast quarter of section
six towii'hlp nino range hvo of the lands iiiWi"
sale ut .aiiesvillo, Ohio, bin; und bcim: iu the
county of Holmes, Ohio.
Terms of sale Cash. .. ...
JOHN FRENCH, faberifl.
May SO, 1850.
THE Countv Commissioners of Holmes County
Ohio, will moot near Jacob FUherV in Ger
man township, on Tridaytbe 23th day of June,
1 o'clock P. M., for the purposo of lettlnR the
rebuilding a bridge across Sugar creek. The stone
und wood work to be let separately.
G. F. NEWTON County Auditor,
Hv order of the Commissioners.
June 5th, I860. w3.
rpiIE USDEItSIGSCD WILL PAY CASH TOR
50,000 lbs. oft WOOL
IKllvered at their Warehouse In Millersburj.
June, 1800. '5lf. E. STF-ISDACilElt i Co.
If Ynr WAST Saddler's Tools, Saddlery Ware, Ooach
' Trtarainir, 4c, eo la HCbrvOS 4 BON.
Mnrt Whitney, )
, , SfflljM., f
Jo1.n hitodeod. J
C5X VlRTuK of vtmll ti. defendant In thlj cic,
Is.ued frm llic durt of Common I'leaiof
llolnm rounty, Ohio, and tu ino directed, at 1
t if -m r ur:nt.
Illllitltf. iilHll Ij 1 1 III IN V a M Mll'llll
James Hinkle, and a younccr child w
unknown, children BtiU Jieirs oi rc
. ... . . . .
uweiH-d, who are heirs of John
v-.. . i. ir. .! ,1...
irmicl,. widow of
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Jutt I'ublMrd,ina Scnkd linrthrr,
tfv "aUK NAT' Itr. TRFATMKNT ANP liAPIPAt.
C'lusl li.bihtr. Nerroiiintti n't InTolunlarr VNnliiUni.
J'ncn'l'ont and MtuUl th,,u lncpaa.
ii linn r ntrt.vrDWvt t. 11. n
1twr ' TAJ Oritu Bvk,A!,
Ti worl frinwnei author In Ihli admlrshlt letms
rlp ly rrtTsfroui his nn tierilre Ihtt tht awful
eoni")nnw vl silfshuv rosy he fffccluHlr tersorfj
wltlnut Mcdlclneaiid wlthiut ilsnftroui Burf Icilener.
ttloni, homl", loslriiments, rlnsor cnrilsl', polntlni
out ruoli of onre al unra crtaln and effeelual, by
,nomtter vhst hH etgnrtlll in Way
chmnty,prtratelif avd rutlleally.
w wuvu in vnt)ussuis IUU lilout-
Pentonder altoany adlren, jiotl pntJn the rs.
ociook r. jj.,
Conrt Huiim, In Mlllonburif. In aald Holmes (Join"
t.the followlna: land and ten'menti to-wlt: The
nofth - caU quarter or tlio outli-wcst quarter of
"'ctioii nnml.er tw're ftf tftwmh p numW eitht
uf rouse numbo hlne ofmHlitnry UmU .ubject to
mU Ht Znpvillc, Ohio, containing forty ncrei
more or iesf( aiso me iquui tnafquaricr vi nv
lnnrth - wtit I
'! iwt.qn twenly-tlirco, conlalnlnc fort
quarter ni rnnjje ninoiownin
moro or lo. lilnr nnd being in lh
Ilnttn.a ati.1 .t.l r.flll.U
i orms of sale Uasn
JOltJT FREXC11. ShtrlflT.
May 8, Itfif). nlotj.
Abraham Workmm Adra'nU.
traU-r of John Illnklo dccM.
to Bell Land
If Initio widow
John lllnktc deceased Joseph
Ill..L'ln . r.1
r0 Susannah Hlnkle widow (t John Illnklo
deccaHMJ, Henry IllllKie, 1.11 lllllKie, mar
X dcccaH-d, Henrr Hinklc, I'.li Ilmklc, IHar
t),ildien and heirs of John Hlnkle, deceased, and
hoc name Is
, r... ,1... 0-1.1
of.Mav, A. D. lrCO.said adminWrators filed his
.....:. .u. r. . r Tria
ou0t as!yUat vou and Jowph Hinkle awl Klchard
Walton' the object and Mayor of which petition is
o ju. iim at time said petition will
b(! for WinK for the ac-isnment oftlie dower of
suwnnah Hinkle. the trldow of John Hinkle, dc-
ceased, in and fortliea!o oftlie fullowinprcal es-
tatoof which the said John Hinkle, deceased, died
feized. To wit: The south halt ol tho eastl.alf of
. ,. , rtonr..irtr.pn. in town.
f.ln eicht.of ran"o nine ot tho unappropriated
Hands in the iniliury District, subject to sale at
Zinesvillc, Ohio, containing forty acers more or
le'3. Said petition prays forthe adjustment ot tho
riphtsof Kithnrd Walton who the administrator is
infurmcd has purchased thesjbove dovcr interest
nnd the interest of Joseph Hinkle and Margar-t
Administrator of John Hinkle, deceased.
May 2J, lcCO. nl4 wSpfta.
TANK McCULLOCH who is anon resident of th
1 ritateof Ohio, tleanor Smith, of th enantr of
Linn and State of Iowa, and VeIey T. Criss, of
the county of Fulton and State of Illinois, will take
notico that the Stnte.nf Ohlu, did. on tho lUin day
notico tual me Stnte.nl unta, ain. on iub lu'.n usj
0f .March, A. I). 18CO, file its petition In the court
r,f Common i'lens within nnd for the county of
Holmes, inlaid State of Ohio, aijalnst Asa . Dim-
"".'Pa1 wnn .t" i11-11'1--4,rv,j't,alliFI.s?ler atih:
ert I iher. the said Jane McCulloch.Llcanor Smith
and eIc. I . Lti.. defendents. sottinir forth that
,.l.l 1 ... ti I, ( ti T.l. -1.
j - i , ,A t-ii v, lluiui'Hl. uuu IIU 1 , .lUlUiUCIfc
hii wife. did. ou the ISth day of December, A. 1),
airuon in lot numberlliin the town of .Millersburg.
in said county of lloltnei, toseeure the payment of
1233 (si with interest at 7 per cent. pr annum pay
able rerni annually in advance from lith June, ltll,
according to a certain bond refered to in eaiil
tnortsat;e and that since the triviDgof said mortg
age the laid Archibald and Kobert Fisher, and
tho laid JanoMcfJutloch claims an interest in asld
premise as mortgagees under eaid Asa 0. Dim
mock; that said Eleanor Smith claims adoirerin
tTestin said premises, and that laid Wesley T.
Cri, pretends to hold title to said premises de
rived from said Asa (I. Dimmock fuLseanent to the
execution and delivery of all of the said above
mortgagee". The prayer of said petition is that
'aid Ara l Dimmock may pay said sum clairoed to
i b" one w i th the interest theteon.or in default there-
, or that said premise' may be sold to pay tbesame.and
the said Juno .McCulloeh. KIcanor Smith, and
Wesley T. Criss, aro notified that they are required
to appear nnd an.vrer said petition ou or before
tnc inn uaj ot July, a.ii. iro'J.
RtED & CR1TCI1F1EI.D,
Attornos for plaintUT.
May 17, 1.C0. nlSwO.
1 TO Christian Holler, MargarctHoffer, Sarah Ann
i , Ff' nd Jo-iah try, her husband, and Kliia-
K'Vj I- ilch.,iS1?,bnJ?f!;.,1l0cea?e,. ou
win take notice tn.ttft petition wasftled atrainst 3ou
on the2dilv ,.r Anrii ' a li i,rai ir, ,iV? . ,
tommon 1'lcas of Holmes county, Ohio, by (leorgo
uc, mu'a ?.,un j,cuuiin;. ucrem saiU UeOrgO
iloner demands partition of the following real es
tate, towit: The south half of tho north-cst quar
ter of section four, in township fourteen, of range
twelve of the lands directed to bo sold at Wooster,
Ohio, containing eighty-two acers and fifty-three
hundredths of an acres, be the same more or less,
situate in said Holmes county, Ohio, also, the west
half nf the north-eat quarter of section four, in
townshipfourteen.of rango twelve in the district of
N'ooster, Ohio, containing eighty acers of land
more or less, situate in Holmes county, Ohio
Al'o.a certain tractor parcel of land situato in tho
county of Holmes, and State f Ohio, and mors
particularly described as follow.-; to-wit: being
tucuuiLu jjji i ui iuu Euum-Yie-i quuno oi section
( ""vV'VA fo"tt'1en"BI,ht,t flriVn(l ,CJItend:
Quarter scctrin. to contain sirtv ori
ineaurej toscther with all and sinirular the priv-
ilencs an I appurtenances thereunto belonging
And in which said petition it is proposed tu assien
toblizabeth Huffer. the widow, her dower in said
preniiics.nnd that at the next tennof saidcourt the
said Ueorgo llotfer will arply for an order that par
tition may be madanfsaiu premises.
IiEED i. CU1TCHFIELD.
.. - His Attorucja.
Mar 31, 13W. nlSwT,
UJCST HORSE IIV OSIIO.
IYWl Boston made hii four last seasons In Wooster
J hut he ill b lej.t the present season at Mlflersburg
on Monday aud Tuesday of each eetf and at Lafayette
on Wednesday, Thursday, I'oday and Saturday of each
week, so on alternately throughout the season, com
luenctng rn the 2d day of April
IEI)IGnr.E: Blpn.ist u was bred by Em. Blackhnrn,
Woodford county, Kentucky, who Iropoited Fhort Imp,
Morjran Imp, J?overuyn American Hclipse, Hiark, Lanee,
lljrtroovr. John lluacoaib. Port l'oy, Arab, Gray Kaale.
w nsuitv,, esiiwu. , i . -.. - J
horse the wor.d ever produced. As the competitor of tho
rcorld renouoed Tadiioa, Buston carriedlSU lbs and run
I tnlhs In 7 minutes 83 seconds; a feat that was Lever
equalled by any ho ge lu America Illir Iloslon was sired
by Boston, he by Timollne. he hy Sir Archy, he by import
ed D.oniede, he by I'lonell, Le by the Godolpuln. Dam
Pollv lIot,kii,s. bv Ikrtraii. great dam Setiha. great.
great, grand dam by the Imp Dusaro. He la 1G hands,
acghs lSlOlbs. Ued bay,black ltss, nne and tad.
lbs run his mile In 1 minute 1 0 seconds; half mile In 5ft
stouds, never was throughly trained, but showed speed
In his trials equl to the fastest. He is a half brother to
Lexington that was sold for $15,000; also to Lecomptethat
was sold for 110,' UO, by Yt Wells to Mr. Ten llroek
These two run the great race between America and Eng
land. For beauty, strength, action and fine figure Dig
Joston Isnat suprpnssed by any horse In America. At
the Wayne county Fair, last fall, he toolc the sweepstakes
over the Kreneh Kormon that sold Immediately alter tha
Fair for $-00. He also took Ihe premium over the Mesa
horse, IMack Simpson, that was sold for $300. In fact to
use the language of Judge Cox and a thousand others,
he is a perfect horse. Suine ten of hii colts took premi
ums at said fair.
TKItMS: Fifteen dollars for Insurance.
April 5ih, ledj, w3t,
PAX1EI, IIAHMON, Owner.
JASl'KU roiILSON Uroom.
1ST IB W
MK3. WORK has just received from the Eastern Cities,
a new and beautlfnl stock of , , ,
Pancy Millenry Goods:
Amons which will he found
BOXXETS OF THE LATEST SI' R IXC STYLES
RUSHES, VLOIVERS, RIEBOXS
of American and French Manufatture, I'resvlng Ma
chines and Bonnet Frames.
Straw and lVopolltan Bonnets
Clensed and Colored In the very best Manner.
BossnsTaiaro asp Miscriciraiui is ins Litem Em
i-Rooms on South Jackson street, a tew doors South
of Cohn's Clothing ttore-inr
The ladles of Millersburg and vicinity may find It to
their advantage to call and see her goods, as they are
reipeetfully tnvt'd to do, before buvlnj tlieahere.
Wlllersburg, fpitne of WW. "''f
Mathew WiUiam's Estate.
I rVJOTICi: Ishcrfhy Klven that the subscriber
X 1 bis been appoinied and qualified as admlnii-
Itratoroftho EsWte of Mathew Williams, late of
Holmes County, deceased.
. Myei,lS6l'. iv3. CHARLES CRAIG.
h Hinkle. Henrictle Hinklc. LucctU