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The Holmes County Farmer.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Meeting of Central Committee.
Tlio iiicnilicra of tlio DoniocrnticCVnlrnl
(.'oinmittcool' Holme County nro rwijicst
I'd In moot nt tlio ollico ol tlio Probate,
.liiilmt. iii Sllllernlmrif. on SatMlilny, tlio
10th dayor April, 180-1, nt 1 o'clock-, P. M.
A 1'ull nttciidnnco !h rcqticHtcd, us Imslinws
of iinixirtfinco -vill lio inosuiitcil for tlio con
Hidenition of tlio Committee.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Meeting of Central Committee. WILLIS. HOAGLAND,
At'2 o'clock P. t., of tlmwimo day, mid
nt tlio hmiio iilaco, JJumournti) .'onernlly nro
requested to lie iiros-cnt to inirtieipalc in tlio
election of doloRiitos to tlio district conven
tion to bo held for tlio purpose of cnoopity,'
ii Presidential Elector, nnd elocline iluln
gatcs and alternates to tho National Con
vention. Hy order of
JAMES A. ESTILL.
JOHN S. NELSON.
Congressional Committee of Holmes co.
SitANKSVti.l.r.. Somo person writing
from Sliancsvillo ortlors tlioFAUMKudiscon
tinucdivlicii his timo is out, but ho forgot
to put his name to tho letter.
Kemovkd. II. Heki has removed his
grocery and provision store to the room two
doors "West of the Wolgamot corner, whero
ho will be pleased to meet his numerous
The ExiuniTioNi Tho exhibitions for
tho benefit of tho Soldiers Aid Society on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings
of last week, wcro well attended, and ma
ny wore unablo to gain admittance.
All Ahvud. Wcinslxirg, Now Carlisle,
I'arincrsvillo, Mjddlotown, licnton, Uor
l'nij Ilolmcsvillc, Napoleon and Nashville
all have better School Nouses than Millers
burg. Shall this continue ?
A CiiANOi:. .Tno. Counus has removed
his grocery and provision store to Irvine's
corner. He has made important additions
to his stock, and invites all bis friends and
customers to givo him a call at his new lo
cation. See advertisement.
Finx. Our town has been for a long timo
without a fire. ' On Tuesday afternoon an
alarm of fire was give, and Louis Fnrrz's
smoke-house was discovered to bo in tlaiues.
Tho firemen wcro, promptly on the ground
and extinguished tho llanicsin afowminutc-'.
Bkown's l?RONCiiiAiiTnooiir:i:s. Pub
lic Speakers and Singers will find Urown's
Broncliial Troches beneficial in clearing the
voice before speaking or singing, and re
lievingthc throat after any unusual exertion
of the voe;d organs, having a peculiar adap
tation to affections which disturb the organs
Look Out. The Legislature has passed
a law requiring all saloons, and places whero
liquor is sold to be closed on election days,
nnd pionouces a heavy penalty againit any
person who sells or gives away liquor on any
election day. Those who need stimulants on
voting day will tako notice and provide
themselves with pocket grooeiies.
Fisiuxo. Iho fishing .season will soon
bo upon us, which will furnish employment
and amusement lor the lazy, fcome, too,
who are not so lazy will erect with joy tho
annroachiiiL' opportunity of paying their
respects to tho finny tribe.
A few more days of thawing
A few nioro days of rain,
And tlio creek, will bo in order,
And flslilng good again.
A Call. When Dr. EmuoiiT sold
residence to Dr. Pomi:ki:ni:, it was'pait
tho contract that he should not continue the
practice of medicine in this place. In pur
suance to that contract ho designs leaving
town iu a short time, and, by advertise
ment in another column, calls upon nil who
have accounts with him to walk up and set
No Excuse Foil l'oon Bniui). Wo
tell people wherever wo go that there is no
excuso for poor bread and biscuits, if they
have good flour. DeLand & Co. 'a Stilera
. tus mixed with tho flour will produco tho
bread. l?ut mind, reader, that you always
got the genuine in red papers. The spuri
ous article is put up in green, and who will
bo so green as to buy it, knowing what it is?
Good grocers sell the genuine.
A Fact. Weinsberg, a village of some
300 inhabitants, has a splendid School
House. Tho town is clear of rowdy boys.
Millersburg, the county seat, a town -with
over 1,500 inhabitants, dias no School House
worthy of the name; but we have the wild
est and noisiest boys to be found any place.
Saturday next will detenuino whether tho
county scat will continue to bo behind
Wsinsberc and other small villages in tho
jnatter of education.
New School llousi:. On Saturday
next, tho voters of Millersburg will decido
on tho ouestion of buildincr a new School
House.. AH concede that it is badly needed;
but, strange as it may seem, some persons
aro opposing it.
It will bo a benefit to every father
motlicr of a family, by giving their cliil
drcn a chance to secure a good education
by keeping young people off tho Streets and
out of bad company; by making those now
growing up; mcful members of society
of vagabonds'and loafers.
It will be a benefit to every owner
property, by adding prosperity to tho town
and thereby increasing tho valuo of prop
erty. It will bo an honor to tho town, and
citizens can, and will, point to it with pride
when asked by strangers about our schools,
whereas now. they sneak away with shame
ivhen visitor, ask about them.
We beg, wo implore tho voters of Mil
lersburg to vote uoxt Saturday for, a jiew
School House.' Tho small amount of mon
ey you may spend for its erection in
way of taxation will bo like "bread cast
tho waters. " It .will be restored to
an hundred fold.
We beseech the women, who have a great
interest in this matter, to lend u helping
hand iu this enterprise. TJiey cannot vote,
it is true; but thoy can talk to tho men,
urgo them to turn out to tho election
insist upon them' voting right. Wo know
tho spirit and courage of tho ladies of Mil
lersbprg can accomplish wonders wlicn
.brought into requisition, as wo hope
vyill be in tins instnuco.
Important by Telegraph.
REPORTED FOR THE FARMER.
WASHINGTON, March 30.
Abraham Lincoln sliol'lilmwilf tliii morn
I . . fa I.I, . . .. If
iiK in llio Jioaa with n iHo londuil with
.i.i,,i ,1nil. M..I1 1
11 ! i . i i . .1 . i i ,i
iinelinlc. lirnili nod fur 11 in iiiihinolt' ilcnlli i.r i
.. .. 1 . ...
u rrou unuriouu m juncau nti.scoiu Hi
tll.tlllfldftfl tfl ll'lt'.l l.lllill 111 111. 11 In II. n ..null II
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FROM COLUMBUS. COLUMBUS, March 30.
leu "Coiinerhe.nl V havu been arroMed
this morning charged witli having seduced
flovcrnor nroiiKlj'rtiuistrcsfl. They will
handed over to the Hons of LMnllu for trial
nnd execution. Ohio is loyal and the au
thorities aro determined to keep her so.
From Fortress Monroe.
FORTRESS MONROE, March 30.
v . . i 1 1 f.
A colored regiment under command ofui,,.,.
Colonel fjW'i'.M, made a reeonnoiswuico this
nioriiing and succeeded hi capturing 2y,000)nny
rebels mid -1,000 stand of arms.
Five millions of free colored W,omen of!
t . . , . . . , . I1"
A mean descent have taken the oath ol. id-'school
legianco to Lincoln's Amnesty JYoclama !
tion, and gone to Florida to organize a Joy I
al State Government.
rebel deserter who has just come into
our linos, reports that tho rebel army liavc
thor knapsacks filled with roots and straw,
winch is their only subsistence. They are
about starved ouf.
PHILADELPHIA, March 30.
Topsy Tod .Hamlin Anna Dickinson .Lin
coln, servant girl for a long timo to Mrs.
JefT Davis, E-q., arrived in thii city this
si, r..,., o;..i,......i i.
,,in. t;i .ijn.ll iiuiii minimum IJU-
twcCn two weeks, and got across the lines
safely in a canoe. Slio is a sweet looking j
,. i, ,ni i . , . ,.,
wench weighs .'81 pounds now hut dull,..,.,,.
,. Ifil l. ., ' J
weigh more before she went to live with j
Mrs. J. Davis, Eq. She represents JefT!
as hard up, ami Mrs. JefT as hard down.
Mrs .Toft" is cruol to her girls. Sho had
burnt off both legs from Topsy Tod, &c.,
gouged out.bo'th her eyes, used her ears to
make holsters for General Morgan, and ta
ken her breasts fur pin cushions. This is
Hiat drove her away. She reports the
Confederacy in a bad fix Jeff caw noth
ing but whole corn and ho is powerfully
moved with the diairhion. Mrs. duff has
holes in her stockings, both at tho heels
and toes,'and one of tliem is lost. SJie has
no snoes, no nooped-skirts, no new bonnets.
no store clothes, no parasols or paragorie,
no more servants, no nothing. Topy Toil;
&c., ifcc., goes from hero to Generals But
ler and Kurnide, the sweet looking angels
ami great North American cherubs.
OBERLIN, March 30.
A republican enlisted this morning as a
private soldier, lfc U supposed to be in
sane. Efforts are being mado to have him
transferred to tliu Ltinatio Asylum to per
form guard duty.
CINCINNATI. March 30.
'An Army Contractor hnsjust been discov
ered who has not swindled the Government.
His disloyalty can bo proven beyond a
doubt.- Ho will bo conrt-inarti.ilcd and dis
missed from the service.
ORRVILLE, March 30.
If tho above dispatches arc not contra
dicted to-day (hoy will be to-morrow in the
usual telegraph style.
Tin: Dii'Fi:m;NCE. Times ain't no.v as
they used to was when the country was ruled
by honest Democrats. There is, in fact, a
decided difference, and it would require a
long piece of poetry to point out tho many
changes, but somo of them may bo told in
a few lines :
In Democratic days we had
"Gold 1 Bold 1 pold ! gold ! '
IlrlRht and yellow, hard nml cold,
Molten, ginven, hammered, nnd rolled ;
liut now ln abolition limes wc havo
Illood I hlood ! Wood! hlood !
Urlght and ml to dampen the sod,
And miles of graves for tho darkey god.
Ii- You Woi'i-u. If you would add to
the credit aud prosperity of Millersburg,
voto for tho new School House. If you
would havo the boys and girls of Millers-
burg grow up to bo intelligent young men
aud women, instead of vagabonds and loaf
ers, voto for tho now School House.
Out For McClellan.
Tho Urabana Union places at the head of
its editorial column tho name, of Georgo li.
McClellan for President, and that of Wm.
K. Campbell, of Tennessee, for Vice Pres
ident. r .
Tho Union does not claim, wo believe, to
bo a Democratic paper, but maintains its
integrity as a coji-orviitivc told dine .Whifr
organ. Its platform is Constitution ami
tho I'nion, and it cannot of cour.-o frater
nize with those who aro making war upon
both, whothor thoy hail frlmi tho North or
Donations to the Sanitary Fair
by the Millersburg Soldiers'
Mrs. CjsUey, 2(Uis dried beef, Yt gall, penches;
Ml. H. weirien, u ins utiuci.iian eui
..i..u i ,
blackberries; sirs. C. Orr, :il dtled corn, Kgal
Ion Unit; Mrs, K. H. Hull, I can qntnr on, i! pics.
1 loaf bread; Mrs. A. 11. Rudy, I can plums and
plclilos; His. IC. Dolihs.S! cans fruit; Mrs, J. l.lv-cuilH:i-ger,
'J cans ajiplcs, 1 can chciiie, 1 van
npple-butter; Mrs. ll. .1. Morris, 1 can cherries, 1
can peaches; Mrs. Shaw, 1 can cherries, 1 can
ponchos; Mrs. Alboiton, lean pouches, 1 jar ap
ples; Mrs. 11, Mnrtvn, lean tipple-butter, loan
pickles.; Jlr. W. II. Wiieman, 'J can.-, lrult; .Mrs.
1". Kildlnscr, i canfliill;.Mrs.isipi(gci,.-cansituit;
Mrs. Woli loll. Hoalisfrull. 1 doen pickles. i pies;
Mm. Mower, 1 enn fruit;. Mis. Munslnger, loan
Hull; lrs. I'orce, lean fruit; Mis. Weston, leans
iruu; ,iir .mciiowi-ii, ii ciin;i jniu; .ui. umii,
Unit cake; Miss Hodcnlielmor, itljumhnls; Mrs.
ii-i'in in. nil's. i-aivcs: .or?., i .inner
.Mrs. Dial, I can pli-Ulcs, 1 can uiiiilo-
can uiiplo shucc; Min. Anderson, 1 can cider-
oerries, i pie; ,urs. iieaiu, i cans nun; min.
Wheutou, 1 gallon blacklunrlos; Mrs. .Mrs. .1,
lllce, IttiH dried oherilt-H, 2uis fruit; Mr.s. Gray
l'ilt.s chef rles, 1 can lomrttbesi'.Mrn. Uoklcs, :
quails coin, a pints dilnd chonie; Mr-s. Y'ergln,
1 can peaches; Mrs. Samuel Letnmon, 2 pies, 1
dorenjumbles: Mrs. icbrlght, a cans lmlt;"JIrft.
lirown, Scans fruit; Mrs. Henderson, 1 chickens;
Mrs. WHcltmiin,, I Jv.plcklcs, itkH dried fruit;
Mrs. Vogel, pies; Mrs. Appleton, 1 can toma
toes; Mrs. lltwly f Jar 'pickles, J Jelly cake; Mrs.
Long, I boiled ham; Mrs. Vonvorlc.l boiled ham;
Mrs. Kuoli, t lnittor, 1 Jar peach button Mrs.
Cury, celery; Mrs. Euo, 1 spongo ealto, Ilghtbus
cult. 1 heads cabbage: Mrs. Doling. 1 Jar whovllii
berries: Mrs. lltilce.ipIcH, lilscult; JIrs, Gibson,
1 pound colie; MrSfAnkeny. 1 Icily cake: Mrs. In
gles, 1 M drli-dlieof; ilrr: ilnlvuoseorn
cl beef, 1 Jelly cake, 2 jars uickler; Mril. Smltli,
canned lrult; Mrs, lIuvlngliHi, cnbbago; Mrs.
.1avers, 1 Jar cherry butter, llljsdrled beef; -Vis.
Dolvon, 2 cults fiiit,; .Urs. it. Cameron, 2 cutis
fruit; JrH. J. Cameron, 3 cans fruit, iu floou
V iincv Articles. .Ulss L.Ilrdcnhelme.r. wuteb
case; Mrx, Koch, '- cone bnskets, 1 box; Jt.s. Juno
i.ivt;iinin.-ii;t-r, i jiiiiuusiiiou, I letting collar,
pell wiper. 1 crochet card hasket; 1 wiilto qttllt
iimde and doilatod hy the Society.
-If. J. ,VOyWt, fwc'y.
A Bill to Authorize the Board of
Education of the Incorporated
Village of Millersburg to
HncniosM fottwdntlaithe Uainul
Amtrinliiii ir Ihe State of Ohm. ' I (ml. ilm
hoard of odiicntion of tlio ineoriioralod vil-1
lnf?o(of Millcrfburg, IIoi.miiw County, bo
mid is hereby authorized to niirclinwi nulla-
I " , I - . , , , ,,
Kry"iHi-i win hi uiu uirporaco niniw 01 1
wwl ViIIuku, or mlincciit thoroto, not exceed-1
hik two uurcH, on' which (o erect a whool
Ii n.... ... ii . .. ","v"" f
" ..-v.... inu i-eimum Ul rum
village, aim to cruel there-Oil mlcll -(tiliJ itlt. t
K Mil llllll PI I III riiltlfl!lllfiri dll'l 1 .1..1..1 u.i.f...
.-.... ... . ,.. v.'.i. i-i i. ii ..ij nui iji - i
!''.'" l'rovided, tho tolal cost of purcha-
hiiiL' wiiairouiiiisniia erecliiip Kaul Inuldin
not exceed tho sum of fifteen tliou-
Mi,. . M'1,.,1 c-.i.,. r .1...
sim Aaid DrmiiwU. nml nrnnii.,'., uni n..,ii,i. .
lintnid board cf cdiitiition rs hereby ait-1
w!lien.wl to iivuo bonds to any amount not
exceeding liltcen thousand dollar, in sunis
not less than- fifty dollars each, bearing
interest at u rato notoxcccdiiiK i-ix per cent.
per annum, and payaldo in one, ho, three,
lour, live, ix, and seven yoaiv, in tiiual
I .1 ti . .. 1 . 1 .
iiiiuiiii'", aim roueeiuauio in tnu n easiii'o
..i'ii.... i . .! '. . . i I. .. .. i i
if'""' nui. ou uispo'-cu in, i i any case, lor ess
their i.ar vain... ' Pmvi.1,.,1 f, n,
that said board of Education befofo issuing
bonds for tho purpiiMis coriloinplated In
l'10 au!' ,"'"0' ca" a "lecting of tho lopiil vo-
..... . .1. .. ; , . i ii .n
l"v " n? " lJ"
"h ""MiiviJ llllllilUilllllUAVfll JU1
immosos bv novtinp- im nmifr-il or
written notices at Icasttcn days bqforo such
' t "in-o ot .tlio most puoiie
places therein iu which notices tho amount
of'said lironoQnd bntidv. Omll tir illvtiiVetKr
stated; at tho paid meeting Jim j.Voiidoiit
some member of tho Hoard of Education)
l.tl'lll flfll.lfl,l ...1,1 I..,..,,!.,,, ll,,. .-..I.. J ...1.I..I.
. .. r1-' .in' n.i.i.1'; ini .on .Tun i.iiin ,
i,ll "i, .J i ui .1., i, ii
i ill ,bo endorsed "tor the Hoods ' or
i:uuiai.tiiu noun .uiu :i iiiiijoiliy Ol llie
. . ii i . . , I
......T . .1...11 : r .1. .' i '
mra rant Mi.ni uiuei uiiuu wiiciiier or not i
said JJoanl of Education shall have power
to issue boniN
Si:o. .'I. That for fbn rndpintif inn oT K.n!il
bonds when tho tamo shall (all duo', said !
Hoard of Education shall have power and is
i,..,-,.i.,. i.... ii i i.i..
IV'J .ll.lllil ...Vlt .1 Hil.Y Vlll till lUAilUllll
lironortv williin said villmm of TVTSllr.i-i.iiirir I
..... .. ii : ,
Midi UUIOUII I illlllUUIiy ill u'ltUUOIl IA) UlC 1CV
M'or the htijiport of schools therein, as will
mot't the payment of tlio piiiicipid and in
i tere.-l of the bonds that shal fa 1 duo each
..'J1V.CV. , l . lllll. III! IIIUIU. I
Sue. I. That this act shall take effect!
from its passage. i
To Have Commands.
It is reported that General McCt.EM.AN
imd.Gcncral Fiiumont aro to bo given i im
portant commands. General Chant says
they shall bo placed in active service.
TO Till' ItEADEIIS AND FRIENDS
OLD OHIO STATESMAN.
W'c have this day considerably enlarged Tm:
Daily uuiobrATiisMAW, nml now print It on
plain and handsome new type, nnd clear whlto
imper. In politic, Tim Uluo S-Udfsmnn Is, In
Win- as In lVncc. for the Count it, for the I'onsli
tllllon, nml lor n Tnlon of initial Stntest, with
eiiuitl privilege', and wllli rqimlnud oxuet Jus
tice lo nil itneitli-ens. We tire lor tho old 1 lnsr,
ivlth not it starorHtrlpo erat-ed, antl tliu old Un
ion hm far It Is possible to lestorc it, and lor
the existing Constitution, ln its splilt, letter,
nnd purpose. tTpon the coining eventN of the
rear, rest the hopes of the l'eoplo mid udm'iii
mem. Vonrulii the midst of n bloody nnd mo
trncicd civil war. lis dunulon nnd close de
pends upon n wiser, truer nnd more patriotic
policy than vehac seen duilngtheprc-ient Ad
ministration. Wo owe it to the memory of our
i.ithei--, nud to thohnpes of our childten, lo the
future of our country, and to the best inlensts
of uniulclnd, to change it policy which Is drill
ing its imiher told further iron) tho lnnd-murk
ol our natriotle siren.
1 lie Mliucsilinn win no nil ii enn lor iur,K vr
poses, nnd hence, tho publishers Invito bupporl
and tneournireinent fiom ell those who. while
winning lor a goon ;sowniapcr, nisowu 10 navo
iMtiind Constitutional Journal.
.Wo publish a paier in which wc seek toglvo
thoTiutli. our Commercial lleportK, our . Mar.
ItcM, our Pouttcnl and lir neial News, are care
fully freed from sennit Ion character, and we
seek lo make the Statesman triu.tworthy ln ev
ry particular. Tor News, for Instruction, for
flood .MomK for .Sound l'ojltlcd (sentiments,
br a Stead-.- llefencoof American Institutions,
take, read, mid help to circulate TIIU OHIO
7i7i.j of the Weekly Statesman.
A klualo cojiy, ono year : S- Cw
" his months 100
Clubs of four copies, one year , V W
" " " six monllii 3 fin
Clubs often copies, ono year...:. IB
" six months S t
Clubl of twenty coiie,s, one year SO (10
" " hlxmontlH 15 mi
With mi additional copv to the party who gels
up the Club of ten or twenty.
Terms of the Daily Statesman.
One copy, ono year 37 of)
" " .sit mouths , a fifl
" " threemouUis 2 00
Terms of the Tri-Weekly Statesman.
Ono copy, ono year SI 00
The Weekly Statesman for the Camairn.
We will send our mammoth Weekly edition
tho Ohio Statesman, lo sulweribers, from Jlay
1st to November 1.5th six nnd n half months
embracing tlio whole of the excllingnnd Impor
tant Presidential Campaign, Including tho clce-
lion reiuilis on mo ionowjug.ow terms ;
Ono copy, for tho Campaign
Clubs ol four copies
" twenty copies
. " llfty
" ono hundred enpiej.,
A magnificent S'rcsnnt.
To the pnrty sending us tho largest number of
subscribers lor tlio Campaign, (not le than one
)uiim1i ciI,i nt tho club rates, we will uiukuii pres
ent of a
Twenty-Oollnr Gold I'ieoo,
of tho good, honest old Democratic currency.
1'or the second largest list, (not less than llfty.)
wo will make a pit-sentur'a
Tcn-lloIInr (.'old P'cc,
I'or tliu third lm-gust list, (uot Jess tjian .fifty,)
wo wjll maku n ptownt ol'a' '
1'ivc-IJolltir Gold Piece.
l-'or all other clnhs of or qver, wo will make
a present to tho person getting It up of a hand
some engraved Likeness of tho Democratic nom-
iuo.i foithn iTLsJileiicy, whoeverho may be.
Club subscribers may havo their papers nd
dl'o.sscsl to dlD'ei-eut posl-olllces.
Tlio names of nil subscribers fortho Campaign
should Ihi in promptly before tiio llrst ot .May,
thai wo tnav know tho nutnberof conies to print.
Address, LAYMAN' .v. IIAKKII,
IMIIois ofthoOhloSJtutcshian, Columbus, O,
irpsiend for specimen conic.
Jlnrcli 10, 18HI.
Ailiitiiil-iiralflx'ii Kale ol'lCcni
IN pursuance of nn order granted bv tho Pro
bidu Court of Kriit county, Ohio, 1 will oll'or for
snlo, at public miction, on
'PUJ3SDAY, April slOtli, 18(11,
at 10 o'clock a. m ttjion lm promosls, tho follow
ing described leal estate, situate In tho county
of Holmes., and Statoof Ohio, to-wll:
Commencing at tho north wei corner of tho
i-iisi. iiiiu (ii lui iiiiiuuei mil ici-ii till, nisi iiiiui.
I,1I In..-liulili,,itl,,.li.i. ,ll,lrt,ll,l,.,l iv'lll,.,. ,ll., ,11-.
thence east scventeen'(17) (iialns and twenty ('joj
links; theiico south four (1, chains; thenco east
I'lglity-elglit and a half (SS'O, west seven (7)
chains nnd llfty (fiO) links; thence south one
fourth (!() north oast seventeen (17) chains nnd
seyenty-ionr (7l)llnks; Ihence eighty-eight nnd
n halt iss'-n north west iwcnlv-foui- (21) chains
and llfty-seven (57) links; thenco south west one
louiin i1'.; iwcni.v-niio tzii cpaius nun sevcniy-
I four (71) links, estimated to conraln llltv ueres,
, ho lite same moro or loss; with I ho buildings, a
good otchard, living springs of water, and n
coal lied on tho place; about ono mllofyoin Nash
ville, Terms of SalnJlOil Win hand; tilt) balance in
12nnd2l months, with Interest, tho payments
to bo secured by mortgage nn I tin premises sold.
Administratrix of K. G. Jock, duceasud.
Sandusky, Ohio, .lAuch 2U, U'jl.
FARM FOR SALE.
rriHE north-east quarter of tho north
X west quarter of section six, lUch-
lllllll Hill 1S1I1I, .lllllllOV.Wlll,l .IWll 111.11-
ing forty-six acies and eigliteen httndreilths is
iti'm-eil iiirsnloon rcasounbloterms. It Is known
as the Itawbondaud, Kor partlinlar enouiro of
it.,.1. i ...i i omii xrvs'i'nsi
.llllll:! I A,W1.J l...Ul-.l
It. It. .Slanoiil's Cslnli.'.
TvTOTrcn Is horehv'iflven that Iho unrtcr'tSliried
ll has been appofnled Administrator do bonis
non. of tho cstato of llonjumln 11. Stafford, Into
orjioimcs county, iiuto, ueceascti.
' JOHN WHITMAN
Mnri'h 17, 1MI- wt
Semi Annual Settlement,
Auditor and Treasurer Holmes County.
J III, ,,. II IUW
'rrf flhiiror'MViiiJwli. iI;iriKlnit to iw.-li kin.! rfuniJ, nt tl r-IjMJtr tU-lioir y-,r !nUlou on Iht- IlmL
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Ilia Inn ifirrwt i-xlill,lt r.rilii.rnniJItlrin irili-Trfiinifr of llfitini wiirily, Hlntr of!
i..vl I rt J. i" i; ,." V'oy'j i. in'' iiiiioiini nimiiir.iii.niin iii iMinnrv in iin
kind or rt;.vi.
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JOHN WEITMAN, County Auditor.
THOMAS B. RAIFF, County Treasurer.
Report of the County Commissioners and County
ine i fiiiiiij oininihioner nnn i;ouniv AUHiloril il.ni i'ii. Ktd.'iv of ll.n-eli T) lftll i-ire.
ruiiy exiouine tiweondiiion of n.e .ouni.Mr.i.i.uj or iioiin.-ico'ii,
"""""i "''n"!.''""". "ii'i n. iH-iiuiifiiix u n to, hi ui j n u.t:-v (mil In Ihecuh-
firl V tf I lie n rri.imi rfir .A till n.mli .ifkli.t,! ..fttiiiri... ,u .u.. .t.. .m.l j .. .1... i... . . . .. ' ...
unlK ol money due eiuh lun-1 n.stn(. l In the nl.oi- r p,rl of tli" Auditor
lour ol me ireiisurer,
.m,, ,.r n,.i .,i .,,.,,.,,,,iu
liindTreniirer,ninounlln ln theiiKKrr(?nlot'o 'he i.m ol Tlilrli i n thduniiid lour 'huii'jrtV nw 1
llfleen dollais and Koveiity-flyc. cents and seven inllin.
JOHN WEITMAN, County Auditor.
JOHN WEITMAN, County Auditor. March 31st, 1864--n8w3. By Order of Commissioners
Spring Trade Open ! I
RRST IN MARKET!
BiSfl'aijBs iaa GOODS I
ICoci'lvnt; & Opening a
And Is soiling them at
VERY LOW PRICES
Por tho times. A fullslni;; ofull klndsof goods.
and tho very latest styles.
Advovtlsemont next week. .
March 17, ISflJ. .1. IIEPvHVIIOI.SICP.
BerlSsa iBastatsstc !
IS nn rngll-ih nnd Classical Academy for Iftith
sexes, situatii in llerlin,- Holmes county, O.,
seven miles cntt of MUlerbbtirg. Tho next ci.s
ion will commenco on
atoiiclny. April 2."Ui, ISO t.
Tuition In ndvnni o for session of 20 weekn.
Ilomtnon Brauelics ?S oo
Higher MfttliematiH A. nntiirnl fck4cncod....10 rti
Latin and Orcek'Languages ....;...,12 w
Herman nnd Trench, " extra 5 00
Instructions on the Piano, " 15 00
L'se ol Instrument :i ml
Mr. M. S. Kluk.ild, of Pittshuig. a giaduuU' of
Wnshington College, la will teach Ola'felcal
and Kngilsh Draticncs nnd vocal music.
MiSii.F. M. l'.ausmun. of Washington, Pa., -.vlll
give lessons on the 1'lano nud assist in Kngli.-h
llrauches. A line now Piano Is lurnlshed for
les.ions and practice.
The locni! 'it of tho Institute is elevated and
Oood boardingcan bo obtained In prlvatcfam
llles at low rates.
students enn rent rtioms nnd board themselves
nt n very small expense. If It Is desired, rented
rooms will lie furnished with churls, table, bod
stead nnd cooking Mtovo, at tue rate of J'- per
A few pupils can he necommodnti d In the fam
ily of the Principal. To such the charge for tho
year Is one hiiuilied dollar,,, 1'or the summer
KOKblon nlnue, tifty dollars, I'or the winter sess
ion alone, illi'tv-llvo dollars. This Includes
boarding, room, light, fuel aud tuition in tho
I or lurther iniunnatlon inquire or
March 21, 1?0I.
M. Si. ICIXKAID, T(,a(,h-p
V. Si. HACSMAN; icaon0r,.
.1. C. C.ILI.AM,
llcrlln. Holmes "ounty, O.
8 Acres ffiAIW
fj'lll' nbovn tract of laud Js situated JLj miles
1 eastot'Mt. Holly, on tho MIllerRhurg nnd
Mt Hollv road, and hi uillns south of Naslivlllo.
lias thirty acres cleared, about twenty acres of
timncr, auu tno nainnro unucrijiusu, which can
easily he put iu condition for cul livid ion ; !us a
Small house, st.ih!c and orchard, anil has the ad
vantage of lying as wellns any man could wish.
It will bo sold on very reasonabloterms.nndthe
payments mnda easy. l-r lurlher tartlculnrs
call on the subscriber, at Millersburg.
feh. 11, mi 1). O. NEWTON.
For I'imoles. lilotchiis. Fitel.le. Shallowness.
Tan, Kiupilons of tlio skin nnd all Impurities
oi ine fiun.
The nbovn ncclne and directions nro tent to
Ihoso desiring n clear, puro skin with the enm
nllineiits and liest weshi-s of the suliscrlbcr. wlio
has o.sperlencod for the just ycui' warranls him
in ussi-rtlntr. lo the best of his belief nnd lionest
conviction, that it will promptly accomplish the
Uesnctl eiift. ll lssent until no mean, merce
nary motive; but to cany out n princiiio, ami
with tho Sincere hope that those receiving 11
will appreciate it upoiitrinl. Persons wishing
tills great lb moily can secure It by enclosing
two postage stamps lo Uiu addretsof
' 7 . 1. GII1AKD,
w" rredericksbuig, Ohio,
Notice to Teachei's J
'PHE Hoard of Sichool Examiners for the conn
L ty of Holmes, will hold meetings for tho
examination ofappltcJlits, a teachers of Com
mon Schools, In the town of Mlllersliurg, on tho
lith, 2-ld nud tilth or April, and on Iho lllll and
!Mth of May, Wil,
i3" No, nppllcnnt wllpbe nelmltted nfter 10
o'clock, A, M.
11 v Oiinr.it or tup lloAitn.
noilEMT JPSTICi:, C'to-7.-.
.March 17, 1SUI,
To fa -Sold- sit ost.
T n havo n fashionnblo lot of Kublaa, Bent
V Ri)nttiRS,.Comfm-ts, Hoodie, Ac, which
will sell at Bout for Iho next SO days. Tin
will sell at Cost for Iho next SO days. Theso
goods will probably bo di nrer noxt winter than
now, therefore improve thonrosent opportunity
T UESPlXn'rULIiY request till those, indebted
I or having accouids with luo to call and set
tle, up boforu tho 15th of April. ,,..
March 17, 1P0I. P. WEIUICH.
n'lir. undersigned will nccoiumodnto n limited
I uutuberof lloaidcrs onreainnhle t'-rms.
MUlcisburg, March 1? -wfi
HARK, FROM THE TOMBS.
"Ilonsr and respect for the Dead, Is considered
a Virtue, as well es a Christian Duty, bath in
Christian aiA in ncath:n Lands."
In einneetion with this, the subscriber oOra
to the pnbllcn rate and beautiful us-ortmont of
MONUMENTS AND TOMB-STONES,
And the nttnitionnf the public is Invited to his
.Hanuiactor.v, wnere can seen some oi me
most exiiilsite workmanship, ln the very finest
Italian and American ITJarlilc,
to bo 'found In the Ptate. His models of S-'culp-'
tiirlmr ai-.-aeknowli d.-.I to lie eiiual to any lor
artistic sl.ill and approprinteni-s- ol design.
Come and sis' for vourselves, nnd you will lie
foiced lo exclaim: "O, genius! thou canst chain
titit oulv marl le, but the human mind:''
lb- Uieps num. hut the bestoi workman ln his
emo..v, ltirr.-l.ir.. Ilm vmOiUc iniiy TeHt lissnrisl
fiat ell orders left with him for work, will be
i'A. i.'iini ..mi iii-ii;.. n il.
He l (.-turns thanks to t!ie public for their llbo.
rid patronage, nnd'sollclts their attention to his
inriJTO anil Mirh-o assortment rnr the iresi-nt,
which he olfers on the must reasonable terms.
ItOSS Jt .Vc.MlCIIAKL,
Aprllo, WiX Kapolccn, Holmes Co., Ohio.
STILL IN THE FIELD!
I AM f nil v prepared to accommo
date my old customers and new
ones -too, with iihnost everything
ln iny Ilnnof Hade. I nm engaaed
nt prrsent in a WAIt l-"Olt TIIH
UNION I A war against High Pi-Ices
to promote I'NION of Interest
between my custoincrsand myself,
t hnvoon hand it largo stock, and
i:. o w vrtioES
for the times, the best quality of
IB uriiing Fluid,
C0AI, AND CARR0X OIL,
Spirits of Turpcnlino, and Varnishes
Of All KlllilH.
Together with any nnd even- article In the Drug
nnd Medicine line likely tone called on. A very
largo slock of
.-. Oil and Fluid Z'Miis,
FEMAl.V MWOltlXAL SUrPOIlTEKS,
Ami a Gim.iT varijitV of rnusscs,
largest for ndults to tho smallest for
Physician's Orders aiiil'Prcscrlntfons
Promptly nttendod to and faithfully prepared.
Of almost every kind. A very Hue Stock of
WINES AND LIQUORS
1'or Medical purposes.
Raid's Horse Liniment,
An article that, every man who owns a hot so
should hoiMi. A very lurgo quantity of this Lin
iment has been sold during the last five years,
and has given unbounded satlslltction. It is
warranted in all eases for which It is recommen
ded, when directions ate followed.
, Feb. 25, ISill.
An v person wishing to enlist In the (KtU Itcg-
Iment, O. V. I., can do so by calling on Helen-
n. iV M..fl'Nl' nt Ilolmcsvlll. .
Vr,w Is tin, lime, "ontlemen. If volt wislito
co In a goil Iteg't. and one that basa gocsl rep-
ulntlon. You will not hnvo to rejiort nt camp
until the 5tli of April, isfil, .
Mai'ffnrcl. Boon's Instate
OTICE Is hereby glvon thnt tho umlersigncd
N OTICF. Is hereby given Hint mo unucrsigneu
have been duly appointed and qualltled ns'
VOTICE Is hereby givon thnt tho umlersigncd
A 'lilsJL,! E r Vrnrini' 'Svmiii '
March 17, ig-JJ w-l .
' Suniiicl Kinsley's Kslale.
'OTICF. is hereby given thnt tho undersigned
I Executors of the Inst will and testament ofSam
ttci uinsioy, iniooj '""'"f""','. "
March, 10. 1SG1-Wi SAilUKL IIINSI.l:Y.
Tlionias nolieit!,' Kslatc.
TVTOriCF. Uherebyglven that tho undersigned
L has been dulv appointed and quntlmil Ex-1
ecutor of tho lust will and testament of Thomas
Uoberts.latoof Holmi-s county, Ohio, d!'d.
' JOHN V. CHAMIIEIIS.
March 10, 181I-wt.
TO THE PUBLIC.
A IllOIItiV CO.VCEVrr.ATEt)
VAi ETA II Til EXTRACT!
A Will) TONIC. '
1)U. C. M. JACKHO.V, 1'IHtADKI.I'HIA, l'A.
Will Effectually Cure
(Jhrnmn or Xchou Jldnlitii, Dimw.oA
ioc iiiuiirijx, una uit uiputs
urirhiij from a ilisor- .
dcnl Liar or
i jnMfontlon, Inward Mhw, Tnlnemi
lo tho Iieoil. iielii iv ,.r ,i,n u,, .
. J mi. .3.,fiii..i;ii,
. i . I "':r""i"i. milium ror rood, fu ii' ii or
!n.H."f .Hutlerliiii nt the I'll ,,r the Htoti.Hcli.
fniiiiiiiinn oi ine iimuI. hiirrhd nnd dllllniiH
lr.fithliiK, llullcrlnxnt hwirt, cholelnu 1 nnd
lZ?ll"r "W411;'"' W,"M ln a V'" ""lore.
dliniK-w or vNloii,dott or welm l.ore tlic mBht
'fVrt'lr", '!',,!" ln the ,"W. defldeutT o
lii In the nl.Ie. Im., eh-d, Ilirilw, Ac, sndTlet
linnRlnlninrif ovll, and Brt dopl.loii or the
8ii':li on Ojnulfi
ALCOHOL OR RAD WHISKEY.
Hieyv.111 r-uro the nUjvo duivc In nlnoty-nlne-oa
out of ii liundrcd.
..wiViTr1 'Y Fll"n!v'; wl" ""'I unlvemol pop.
tilnrlty or llooflan-l'fi Oerm-jn IsltUn, (pun y
1'UetHhll .i hOlt.H of iutiorunt imiu.!.. , .
erupuloujiadyciiturcra Imvi, opem-d upoiihuf
,lheruipMorK)Of whiilfoy. vlleli- romn..nn.ll
...i.i. ....... ' e. ...... g . .yiiit.i.,,,.,.
wan injurious oriiffs. nn.l f n- .icn&,r av...i
stomaehl. - Hnd lliti.Tr.'. "
liewareof the Innumprnlile nrrnt-m,i.ii-
prepariilions in plethoric bottl.-i nnd bit' bellhsj
'i!'i';.iU?,,,r,r t,,lu,mo,L't "WyllAtloii of Ihttc-rH,
w h ch lust, od of curing only aggravate disoiiMe
-"" i.v-reu1ipuiiiieu suuurer Hi ilosjialr.
Do You leant tomcthinr to strengthen you ?
Do you leant a good appetite?
Do you icant to build vp your constitution 1
Do you leant loftel teclt '!
Do you leant to gel rid of ncnousnat J
Do you leant energy ?
Do you v.ant lo sh.ep v.dl 1
Do you want a brisk and rigorous feding ?
If you do, use HOOI-LAND'S GEU-
ATTEIVTION SOIDintS !
A.ND FUin.VU.S Or SOLDIEKS,
We e,ill attention of nil hitvlni? relations or
friends in the nrmy lo Die fact thfit Hoofland's
tjerman Hitters v. Ill cure nine-tenth' of tin. dis
cuses lnduccl by exposures nnd prlvatlonslnci
lent to camp lir
In the liiit iiubllsh.sl almost
11 urn ill oi llif-
hilly In ine iii-wnnt)ersin
sick It will bo noticed that a very larcrc manor-
lion nro sulA-ring from debility. Kvery ease of
that kind can be readily curtd by Hoolhind's
f!i nnan Hitters. DiseaM-s l tiiilting from dKor
dersof the digestive organs ar spetslily retnov-
el. We have no hesitation ln Muting that if
these? Hitters were lreelj usM among om-sol
di. -rs hundred' of lives might be saved that oth-
rwie w.iuld lie lost.
l'i. cdl ietieuhir attention to the fullowin
retiiarkable and wo authenticatr-d cure of one
of the nation's heroes, whose life louse his own
language, "has been snved by the Hitter"."'
rttii.AnF.i.rniA, Aug. Ill, ls3.
MisT3, ,Io::ia ft Kvas.. Well, (Ji ntWnen,
four Hoofland's German Hitters hns saved mv
life. There ih no mlstnke in this, it Is vouched
fur by numbers of my comrades, wiim- or whose
namof. are npjciiil(-i nnl m-1ki wure fully cozui
zanl of all tile circumstances of mv caso. I ntti
and havo bian lor the last lour years a member
oi r-nermnn ceieonneo oaliery una unuer the
Immediate command of Captain ii. I!. Ay re
Through the exjiosure attendant upon my nrdti-'
oils duties. I tm attacked in To ember Inst with
mflaination of the lungs nnd wiu. lor seventv-1
two days in the hospital. This was followed fiv
great debility heightened by an attack ofd? ii-.
Wry. I was then reinowd from the Wl.ltcl
houseand sent to this eity on board the t mrr'
state "t Maine from which i landed on the stii
of dune. Sjinco tlint time I have boon about ius
low n any ono could lie aud still retain a spark
of vitality. Kor n week or more I was se.ucoly
nbli to swallow nnvthlng and if I did force
morccl down it was Irumcdiauly thrown up
I could not even keep n plan of wntr on my
stomach. Lifo could not last under theso clr-
i cuiiiManccs,auu aecoruiugiy inrpnysi-um . v. no
! had Isjoii working lalthlully, though unsuccc s-
runy lo rescue me n-oni the grasp of lhc dread
1 Archer, rrnnkly told me thoy could do no more
i for llie and advised me to ecu n elerirrman and
iu inauu aucii iiinpusiiion 01 iny iiniiieti miius
as best sultetl me. An acquaintance who visit
ed me at the hospital, Mr. l-'redtrlck Siti lnboru,
of sixth below Arch street, ndvist d me ns n foi
try your lllllers, nnd kindly pro
cured u ijottle. From the time I comim uceAl to
uike them the gloomy shadow of death refilled,
and I am now, thank God for it, getting botti r.
Though I havo taken but two botilu 1 have
...ln.,1 ,n. nnt,.,.!. .,..! T I-....I c-nn....ln
.,..i.e., mi 1'tiL.i.i.o, ui... i ii;i:i o..uti.ii.v ,rr-iii
pt mill ted to rejoin nfy wife and daughter from
whom I havohenrd nothlnz foreightct-n months;
lor geniiemen, i am a loyai lrginian irom ine
vicinity of Front lloyal. To your Invaluable
lilttci's I owe the certainty of life which has ta
ken the place of vague leans to your liltters
will I owo the glorious privilege of again clasp
ing to my bosom, those who are dearest to me
Very truly your.
Wo tho ufjrtcrsigned, fully concur in the truth
of the above statement, ns we had despaired
seeing. our comrade, Mr. Milonr, restored
.101IN Cl'DDI.EBACK, 1st N. Y. Dnttery.
O. A. ACKLEY, Company C. 11th Marine.
I.. ClIKVAI.IKIt. S2d New York.
I. U. SPENCKR, 1st ArtUlere. liitttcry T.
I. ll. FASEWU.Ii, company II. "A Vermont.
,-K, oth Maine.
i -sew iorK.
.1. F. WA III), company E, oth Maine
HEltMAN KOCH, company A, 72d
N. 11. THOMAS. Co. F.Ulth Penn.
A. J. KIM11ALL, Co. A. 7d Vermont.
J. JENlvINs, Co. 11, K7th Penn.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
(see that thosignaturo of "c. M. JACKSON,'
is on tho Wrapper of each bottle.
I'lMCn per Hottlc 7.i Cents,
Or Hnlf Doz. for 61 00.
Should vonr nearest druszlst not hnvr the
.tli.lr. .In , mt lir.mil nil nnvnf lltnl nlnvlmlln
proiMirauons mat niny iicoiierotun us place,
send to us, mid we will forward, securely pneked
Principal Ofilce .V Inmifuetoi
Ko, 031 Arch Street.
JONES & EVANS,
(Successors to C 31. Jackson & Co.,)
cs-l'or Rain by Druggists and Denlers In evcry
town in tho Uultetl States;
March 21, 10)1.
Tnnnnderslimcd, Executors of the Inst
. nnu icstnment. ot i.ooeri i.i.sic, u.u,oi
Pamt township. Holmes munty, Ohio, will oiler
for sal., nt iiuhlle nuctlon on sattu tlay, the
liny of April, lS.ll.ut 1 o'e ock V. M. ol snld day,
mi Ihopremlsosihreo miles sotuh-ii i.sl.ol
Eaton and thren miles nort
on the Mt. Eaton nnd MlIIis:
cstato belonging to the est
fo-wit: 1 ho south-east qnn
n.nion nnu tiireo miles nortii-easi oniiuuiemu
on the Mt. Enton nnd Millersburg road, tho real
estate ot sain oeeeasci,
onarter of section thirty
in trtu-nhtn llfleen. ofniiii'e eleven, containing
one hundred nnd sixty ncros, mom or less.
Terms of sale i Ono-third cash on tho day
sale, ono-thliil in ono year, nna ino remaining
JOHN GEOHHI. LliNZ.pr rincCTViiic. in
comity of Eldorado and State of California,
Mnrch, A. I). ls01, tlio her petition In the ofllroof
tno uieric oi mo Lourt ot lommon i icim, wiuuh,-.
,1,1,1 rnr llmenniily r,f TTolmes nnd State of Ohio,
i V"' V"n; v nf sale nnVl Via
! forred iiaymentso draw Interest from the day
01IN OHH, f '-'WO"'
March 17, lsfll
Petition for nivorce.
aud for iho. county of Holmes and .Slate nf Ohio,
charging tho said John Oeorgo Lenz with will
ful ubsouco from tsald petitioner for more
Lilian inreetyqars last rasi, wunoi..an.v rjiin,n
Justification therefor on the part ot nun pen
'lA..... n.l ...I.!.. .1.... .tin mnl In. .Ill-firrW
Honor, nnd asking that sho mny bu divorced
irom the said John Oeorgo Lenz, which petition
will bo for hearing at the lu-xt term of said
court. liAHHAHA Ll.N..
HWoniira ,v Ufxp, her Atty'R.
March i, lSfil-w7pfj3 0)
. it. wi:iiUi
Invllcn the nttcn.
tloii ofllinpeonln of
Holmes County to
Ids very largo nnd
eomiilrlo Hlock of
which will linrniiml
Cutlery of nil Itlndu,
' Kuril nii 1 vn KnivcA
I'licRrl Knives, fnr
vers, Tnhlo KnlMn
Korku nnd Nioonii
Coireo Mills, Hlnw CalK-rn, Mont Cuttrrn nnd
Hinder .Mincing Knives, Sti-nlcH, Vised, Anvils,
Screw I'lnles, lliind Hninmcru, lloruo Bhooii,
Iron, Htccl.alans, l'utly, NnlU
OllH, Wllltl) Ldlll, i'llllllK,
Cider Mlltrf. .Cider Tresses, Appln raferis, Hnnd
Haws, eirettlnrSaw, mill saws, butchers' nvn,
wooil (inws, compass saw, crosscut nvi, hupgy
main, broom twine, broom wire. rope, bed coiil
I)Cks nnd lllncH. hlltls nnd seron-s. Orlml.
Klonm, sieves, seales, window springs, shovels
nnd spades, spurs, spoke shaves, snullers, slates,
steelyurds, oil-cloth, shenrs, scissors,
Plahes. liorllltf mnrhlnes. tilnrerc. Iirnens uus
gers, glinhts, gimlet bits, Ac.
Cnrrlauc Trim mines,
I.nnmelf-d If athrr, dash leather, goat hair, fel
loes and hublw, feat springs, sent sticks, shaftsr
bolts, miileabl" Iron, implements or nil kinds,'
Miles, revolvers, powder flasks, gun caps, gun
locks, doublo triggers, moulds, mountings, Ac.
Silver, flllver-rilnlf il ntifl tnMn.nl mak.ii..
nil kinds; Ornaments, rosettes. Ivory, wool nml
iron rings; sleigh bells, rann bells, sheep nnd
cow bells; 11 pp lioxes, Bjirlngs, nxlcs, nnd curry
comlis; Horne brushes, whitewash brushes nnd
counter brnshr-i; Whips of nil kinds; Chains
in grout urii-'i. t iiirgoioLOl
always on hnmr nt tho lowest prices.
NEW .ARRANGEMENT t
J. tV C. VOBWHUK,
n E.Pr.CTFJ.I.l.V inform their old customer;!.
It ntlrln.ll (lenlrrr-. in r.lh.r l'tn.Mn n.,,l
everything In that line, that thi-y hnve now on
imuu a inn;.; .-iocis oi gooos, winch Ihey are seii-
tti-A i iiiv lowest raxes, lor xuo quuiliy.
Kver-article sold cim tie reeomm-ndisl.
A lot of Hole Inther of llutralo mnnufacturo
now in store, nils Is known to be the very best
IitheMn market. Also, u superior artclo of
Sole leather from few York citv.
A large stock of Upper, Calf olid Kipp leather
which we know to t good, and cheap as tho
cheapest, quality considered.
We -will pay the highest market price is cosh
for FUns of all descr!i4Iohs.
Hides, Sheep Pelts fc Uai-K".
C3- Wo will pav the highest iiricc-s in cash for
Hides, fchoep Pelts, nnd Tan-Iiark.
j. & a vonwERic.
March 10, 1S1.
THE CHEAPEST 1 1
I.VSLKE YS'JTIl THE
1. Fire nnd Inland Navigation Ilisks accep
ted, now as herttofore, at wlr rates nnd liberal
2. Business conducted with constant dispatch
3. Losses always met with promptness and
Net -Vss,etts Jnntinry, lSUd,)
1. Tlio plin and organization of thejnTI.A,
after 4 j years severe trial, has realized the great
est public advantage and sueces of the various
systems of Fire Insurance in tho country. Ib
now hrtterthan ever prepared forduty.
5. lfliio Loss Claims have been settled nnd
paid Sixteen Million of dollars.
(5. The consumption of property hy Ore, tn tbo
United Mates, averages over 110,00) dally. Is
your property exposed and unprotected ?
7. Are vou Insured? If not, why not? Tho
cost is trilling; tho duty is manifest ; the result
may 1 vour i-seaiie from ruin while delay nnd
neglect mny Involve you in bankruptcy, poverty
Pnrtlcnlnrnttentinn nnd .regard iiivento
small risks ns well as large ones. Able, security
and superior commercial advantages afforded.
March II, 1SC1
A. J. BELL, Agent.
C"t EOP.OE 3IA11KLEY has n largp nnd enmmo
1 dions Livery, Sale nnd Feed S..ible, inime
Jlntelv south of Uie Empire House, Millersburg.
tlowl teams, good c.u rlages and good bucgles,
wltJi or without driver, always to In; hail nt .r.si
sonable rates, GEO. MAIlKI.I-.i.
Jlay 22d, lifii
I mtTi tut
i u10 1 sale, on Monday, tlio loth of Au-
, I Ti::ai5T m. i nvioeir. P. M.thofnrmon
.""" ...Si., mi Kilntinu-lr. Ill Monron
' tlivMishin Hnhnes county, Ohio, six miles north
I west of PiliUer"hurg. and six 'miles south 6f
will of hVni -el I V ! efexl and tlnitred.
,"--1--riv1i ,,.hieb is under cultivation
. """J " ' Vi.V, ii meadow
Dth f " ' ' i f0eed.
Jit. , . " '.,A,.,,Viti
one hundred neres of which is under cultivation
tho balance in four
500 Pounds More
YELLOW DOCK ROOT C
At Ir. Iialff's rus .Sloro
no , r ,....Vh I will pa)- TEN CENTS per- pound. If
U 1 , .irVcd Lttwoen now nnd
n,e fst of Mny next nnd dcllvercil nt my Drug
"lore, in Jllliersuuib.
Bu suro you get tho Yel
low Dock, cut in slices and drleii,
Feb. -i, 1501. j, ic. nAtrr
James rrencli's Kstatc,
TVTOTICE Is hereby given that til VtmlerslgUCd.
IN has been duly appointed nu i:uallfleV ns
Administrator of tho estate r jnmi-s Trench,
Into of Holmes county, Ob'0 ,tfefn.3l.
Feb. is, lSflt -w VIIN. FltF.Nni,