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The Holmes County Farmer.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
.1. II. ShttrtA A Hon.-Dissolution Nutlet-.
Jacob II, HtutrmnnAdiiir's Notice,
Hcvd A U(i. Htuvon and'l'liiwaro,
II. O. llrowii IIxocittnr'M Hull-.
Franklin llrnwn 1'ubllo Halo.
Potll loners Himd Nutlet-.
Louis Mayors-Ntiw winter Ofiods.
T. II. Mini!!- Rural American,
J, A. Fstlll- Probate Notices.
Official Result. Next week wo will
Lo enabled to givo the oflieinl result of tlio
election in this county.
Plant Tukes. A movement is on foot
forcitizons generally to plant treiisnbouttlio
now School House. Let each ono nut in
two or thrco trees.
Love. It is well to lovo your neighbor
as you do yourself, but wo would not ad
vi,e a friend to bo too loving of his neigh
AOood Chance. Any one wishing to
Iniy a good hundred acres of land near Mil
lersburg, at a low price, will consult his
interest by calling on J. A. Ksth.L fur in
formation. New Kstadmsiiment. Geoiiok and W.
I). Hoxwon t ii arc opening out a stove and
tin-waro establishment in (he building
formerly occupied by (ho Rejmtjli'can print
ing office. Hope they may do woll.
DisausTiNa. A man of sense will enjoy
tho playfulness of a kitten and tho pranks
of a pup; but tho silliness of girls in their
gigglehood and boys in their boobybood is
disgusting (o all but their doting mothers.
Tiumt Comino. Tho two abolition pa
pers of Tuscarawas county aro in an interest
ing fight interesting because thoy tell so
much truth about each other. Go in, bully
., , "i.nyon Mt-nutr
-tl be hewdiollrst cried hold ! enough 1"
"Attain the play of )nln
Hhootso'or his features as the sudden gust
Crisps the reluctant lake."
By the use of Dr. 1). II. Seelyo's Liquid
Catarrh Remedy all tho terrible ciFects of Ca
tarrh will be permanently removed.
Executor's Sale. 1$. C. litiow.v, ex
ecutor, will sell the personal property be
longing to the estate of Ciiaulks Uiil, Sr.,
deceased, on Thursday tho 123d day of No
vember, commencing at 10 o'clock A. M,
A Good Wife. In Cleveland, recently,
a woman procured the release of her hus
band front jail, and that night ran olTwitb
another fellow. Her object in procuring
Iter husband s releaso, was to leave some
body with the children.
IIunci. Saturday night, M.utx's clerk,
the one that stands outside of tho door, was
out rather late. Sunday morning he was
found hanging on the hickory polo and dead
unu n mm. iuii man. vjiiu ui ti.o sau results
of young nicti being out late o'nights.
Lincoln ank Johnson. Lincoln was
a splitter of rails, and he split tho Union to
pieetis. Johnson was a tailor, and ho is
now engaged in sewing it together again
but there arc many dirty, black spots mil
itary courts, suspension of habeas corpus,
etc. which Andv should have washed out
Fuesh Oysters.--Those wishing good
oysters will do well to call on Gr.o. SciiNOim
and get some of bis mammoth ones. Ho
has tho II. & M. Baltimore Oysters the
regular corn-fed fellows for sale by the
can, half-can, or any way you Want them.
Saturday Evening Post. At the be
ginning the ensuing year a now story will
be commenced in this popular family paper,
entitled "Tho Phantom of the Forest; a
Tale of the Backwoods."
Now is tho time to subscribe Price 3.00
- per anntfm. Address, Henry Peterson &
Co., 310 Walnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Haud Cases. Wo have- a number of
subscribers who have money out at interest,
and who aro in debt to us for several years
subscription. Some of them are religious.
We. have a curiosity to know what kind ol
a yarn they will tcll'Peter when they knock
at tho doors of heaven for admission.
A KAiiE Chance. e invite attention
to Gkohcik Smhu's advertisement, in an
other column. TheGrover& Raker Sewing
Machine, for which Mr. Smith is agent, is
second to none. Mr. S. offers superior in
duccmcnts to those in need of machines.
He is a reliable and responsible man, nnd
will mako good whatever ho promises.
ladies paint their faces. A sensible young
man will avoid one as much as the other,
Girls who get their rosy checks by work and
excreifO in the open air arc tho ones worth
looking after. Our advice to all young
Democrats is. to look after the girls who are
content with tho complexion given them by
nature, and let fools tako tho puttied, paint
ABadFix. Who can read the following,
and not sympathize, with the victims who
wens heartlossly left in such a terrible "fix?"
Jenny sighed, nnd Ilohort seized her
l'lvtlyllttlu trembling hand;
Then with clasping hands ho squeezed her
Half reluctant form and and
'Ijooso me!" but he clasped tho tighter;
Jenny, say, wll't thou be mine?"
Then her beaming faeo grow brighter,
And she whispered, "I am thine."
Then they clnspcd each other fondly,
Close together as two bricks,
And they kissed each other soundly.
And 1 left them in that tlx.
Cousin Lizzie's Monthi.v. The New
York Trades Adcocate says of this hand
Homo and interesting Periodical : "Wo call
attention to this publication with pleasure.
It is ono of the most entertaining things wo
ever camo across, and wo know of nothing
in which the samo amount of money could
bo invested to better advantage. Tho fact
that 'Cousin Lizzio' is n decidedly pretty
girl, wo presumo will not injure her chance
of Huccess in her literary undertaking."
A rare chance is afforded to get good read
ing at a trifling price by Miss Lizzie's offer
to send her Monthly six- months on trial for
25 cents. Thousands have availed them
eelves of this offer and wo adviso all to do so
without delay. Specimens JO cents no
freccopies. Addross Cousin Lizzie, 11 Uj
Nassau street, New York,
I Coi.n WmilKii,-Tlio coM wcatliur re-
,h M tmt lom,AN & M,m limt,)0r
wont of I'ktuy'm grocery nntl ti fow tloors
cast of tho lJiniiiro lloiiso, liavo just ro-
.cclvcdn large nml elegant nsforlment
fuiniIiing goodit, &u., ka., which will ho
sold at bargains. Oivu them a call,
says Stanton is "divine." Wc wi)ioco
that was a "divino" rcuinrk he inado whun
ho resiondcd to Colonel Stui:kiiit'h urgent
demand that bo should exchange prisoners
man for man : "I'll bo tl d if I'm going
to givo them able-bodied men forfkclolons!"
Tho "divino" Stanton 1 That is good I
Nothing liko it since tho "days of. Joshua! "
To Pueskuve Teathi;u.-Wo have !V
receipt for preserving leather, and which
is said will make it vc.y pliable and Mft.-l(!rcctlon'
It consists of four articles-tallow,
rrwiMniwl wat.-r. Tli.. Stir.rn.li.-t.t am m-n. I
pared as follows: Twenty-one parts oftal-
low; aro molted in a vessel, thtce parts of
roin anueu, anu mo two wncn mciieii mised
wen togciner. iuanoincrvcssuisovcnparis
of good washing soa)nre dissolved in seventy
parts of pure rainwater. After it is dis
solved and tho mass heated to a boiling
point wo add tho part prepared before; let
it boil nnco more, gently, and tho prepara
tion is ready for use. Is is especially adapt
ed to boots, harness and leather gelding.
Soi.iiiEits' UisciiAUOEH, A new phase
of tho swindlo practiced iu tho matter of
buying soldiers' discharge papers has been
brought to light within a fow days past.
The putchaso of them is no longer attemp
ted, but various impostors arc traversing
tho country claiming to be ngents of the
State for tho purposo of collecting them, in
order to secure additional bounties for
veteran soldiers. In many cases the soldiers
have parted with these invaluable docu
ments without even taking a receipt, and
they arc thcrel'oro lost. Q.thers more wise
have written to the proper authorities, mak
ing inquiries as to tho uuthntity and object
of thoo pretended agents. It may as well
be said hero and now, that all such are
swindlers, and that soldiers should keep
their discharge papers in their own hands.
The HoitKit. Now is the time to watch
this year's crop of borers. If you look at
the base of the tree you will see a little do
posit of chips, which will indicate their loca
tion. Thoy can be removed with a knife
without injury to tho tree. They will ap
pear like a worn, one-third of an inch in
length. Most persons neglect this opera
tion till spring, by which time they will have
made a largo caity in the tree, and done
much injury. When they remain two years
thoy become a largo worm, and do great
injury to mo tree, wo navo Heard many
complaints from tho.so who have suffered
within the last two years from their ravages,
and admonish all our readers who have
young orchards to watch their trees. If
grass grows around tho tree, draw it away
and tho borers may bo found even below
tho surf'uoo of the ground.
The (Iuovkh & Dakeu Sewing Ma
chines). Among the many sewinginacltine.s
now before the public for approval, none
have sustained so enviable a reputation as
tho "Grover & Baker." Its simplicity
places it within the use of even children.
and its capacity excels all others. Tim un
tiring energy of tho Grover & Baker Sew
ing Machine Company has been productive
of many and rapid improvements, and there
is now no branch of style of sowinir machine
known to the business cither practical or
ornamental to which tho Grover & Baker
machine and its improvements cannot be ap
plied. In this opinion wo are sustained by
the verdict of tho best judges throughout
the country, who have awarded this machine
the first premium at all tho state fairs at
which it has been exhibited the past year.
This company have recently introduced a
new and greatly improved machine, making
the shuttle-stitch or stitch alike on both
sides, which will commend itself to all who
prefer a .stitch of this kind. To those un-
aoiuainted with tho merits of cither the
Grover & Baker or tho shuttle-stitch, they
offer special inducements in the fact that
the purchaser is afforded an opportunity for
comparing and testing both stitches, and
judging for themselves as to their respec
tive merits. Frank Leslies Mapazine.
A Good Pai-ehfohPahmeiis, Gahde.v
eus, and Fiturr GitoWEits. We have re
ceived No. 1, Vol. X. of tho UwalAmai
can, published at Utica, N. Y., which is
much enlarged, and improved ; and now
takes rank as equal in value and stylo to
any other publication of its class in this
country. Indeed, if each issue bhall contain
as much valuation and interesting reading,
as tho number before us, wo may vuiy
pcrpcrly give it the character of buino- thr
owf paper tor tanners, fruit growers, and
their families, of its kind, in tho United
The Rural American is a 1G pago quarto,
issued on tho 1st and loth of each month,
atjSl.flO a year, and every subscriber re
ceives as a gratuity, sent by mail, post paid,
a Concord, Delaware, or Hartford Prolific
Grape Vino; or six of llusscll's (Jreat Prol
ific Strawberry Plants, said to produce ber
ries as large as hen's eggs, and to yield more
than any other variety iu existence : or a
splendid Engraving, 24x30 inches, worth
from $1.50 to $2.00 !
Wo understand that tho proprietor. Mr.
Miner, owns a farm, whero ho cultivates
tho choicest varieties of grapo vines and
strawberry plants, which ho sends free to
subscribers to his paper! This is something
now to us the giving aivay of the best
varieties of these things; besides paying the;
postage on them, as Mr, Miner docs I His
paper is worth more than he asks for it ;
and as ovory subscriber receives one or two
ilollars worthofclioicovn.es, plants, Jfcc
wo think ho ought to rccoivo a host of sub
scribers. Ho offers to send samnles of his
paper free, to all applicants, and those who
subscribe before tho uextvolumo commences
(Jan. 1st, 1800) receive tho paper for 1805
free, from tho time their subscriptions aro
received, and through 1800 for their money!
lho Rural American is an old paper, of
tonjycare standing ; and hundreds of thous
ands of vinos, etc., wo learn, have been sent
freo to its subscribers, within two years.
Address, T. B. MINER, Clinton, Oneida
Co., N. Y.
hee advertisement ofthts lianer in our ad
vertising columns. ,
Wo tntiko mnntiott of this that our reailcrs
may bo on their guard ngainot buying an
SKWAUiVn'ii'rSl U "CW "a,"U' "l "" "'I
1,1 ng"" '",R"' .....
it,mm rlu"""" l,,UJ l,.BV0 upon its
V,oy' cc,v" no ?y rT. ,I,Q VR 1
BOapJ'''ountof t.tno devoted to .(, and . ..default
thereof due credit should be awarded to them.
Wink 1'i,ant -Nurrcryint-ii nml othun
nro now niakiiiK n "M Wow" Mont tlio
Wino 1'1tnt. Tito American Afr'cnltitrtit
unyn tho Wino Plant h niitlittiir nioro nor
ofllowi limn tlio Hliuhailt, or Pio J'limt, mnl '
that ItinakoH u wino of very inferior quality, i
Tin: School IIoum:. If (ho weather1
kcops good for two or thrco weeks tho no
Uchool house will in part be ready forusothoj
co,u,,g winter. Itisa splendid building;)
nn ornament to tho town, and ofincalculable ,
vuluc to tho risi.nf ireiinratioii. Tim tlire.t-. '
tors, Messrs. Vooniliw, CitlTCimKLl) and,
Mayeiis, deserve great credit ibr the carol
a Good Stoiiy.-A.i Irishm.-ui reeouil,-1
!filo))pc(l at a hotel at a neighboring town,
wIlcro ,,ruUy ilig, bis ,ruru cl,arc,l.
the morning tho landlord made out the!
amount of "damage," and presented it lo
Pat. After ho had glanced over it, tho
latter looked tho landlord in the face, and
exclaimed, "Yo put mo jnmii.dof a suipo."
"Why?" asked tho landlord. "Pekase
yo'ro very nigh all bill."
The next night Pat stopped with D.v.v.
I5r.V, of tho Kxehange, Wooster, and aflcr
being entertained in that satisfactory man
ner so peculiar to D.v.v., ho was presented
with tbo bill, and remarked: "Yo put
mo in mind' of a gintletnan." "Why?"
asked Dan? "Pekaso yo have hardly any
bill at all ennsidcrin' tho accommodations."
Any one whoever tarried at tho Exchange
will say Dan. "knuws how to keep a
PirrKUso.v's Mahazink. Wo aro in re
ceipt of this popular Lady's Magazine for
December. It is a splendid number. The
principal cn-ravillL'. "Pun P-nm " ia mm
' ' 1 i ii.-1-iwuj., i apa, lapa, is one
oi great beauty. 1-ov many years "Peter
son s Magazine" has bad a larger citculation
than any other moiitfi'ly in tho United I
States. In lfluO it Will bo greatly improved:
the rcailtntj matter will l,e increased, AND
EACH NL-.M11E11 WILL CONTAIN A Doi'lll.i: -
ai.l. DfLLL l'ASIIIO.V 1 LATE, ELEOANTLV
COLOItKI). with frnin t'.nir In
(1 it . n . .
making "Peterson" the cheapest in tho'
world. The terms will remain two dollars
a year to singlo .subscribers. To clubs it is ;
cheaper still, viz: five copies for $8.00, !
eight copies for S12.Ho, or fourteen copies
lor 5o.uu lo every person getting up a
club, (at these rates,) tho Publisher will
send (in f.cfra copy gratis. Specimens sent
(if written for) to those wishing to get up
clubs. Address, post-paid, CIIAULKS J.
PETERSON, 300 Chestnut Street, Phila
delphia. Mauketixij. Housekeepers arc grunib-
ZJll Sri0!1 f thecT -
i-. . w. . hi.bj " vuitijiuntu iu J'"j iur
everything eatable. Notwithstanding tho
harvests have been abundant, tho price of
labor materially reduced, gold $1.-15, and no
scarcity uf table stuffs, yot wo arc compelled
to pay as much for all kinds of provisions,
as when gold was at 2.70, and an enormous
army in the field to consuuio tho supply.
A poor editor with a largo family has given
vent to his sorrows in the following strain:
A nt " llVtu te(; am forMuthcr now"
Bee theklneso .sleek and hairy,
Calmly chewing at thelreud;
rust lire green mound them glowing,
Audgad-llksbu..tng in lho wood.
Tell them that you'd know their answer,
As VOU llllesthlll I'Vfrv e.ni-
"Muley, tell me, tell me tiulv.
no can pay for butter now?"
Olioit. Around the markets I am niiirehlng,
Asking who will tell me how,
In tlii-naiiiuorall that's fearful,
Wuean pay tor butter now!
The farmers tell us, to our sorrow,
That tlio eows are very dky this year,
Hill who lioin tills win eomrofl borrow,
hlln butter's so extremely dear.
.Should you oircr them but forty.
They'll kick up a precious row,
Ni I insist on loudly bawling
Who t an pay for butter now.
fliou. Around the markets lam marching,
Asking wlio will tell mo how.
In Ihn liniucofall that's drcadlul,
We ean pay for butter now.
fur. DviNti lEAit. Tho art journals of i
tho East, says an exchange, tell us that
"home artists aro busy on fall work."
There is an artist abroad, however, that
surpasses them all. He, too, is busy on his
fall work, as any one may rce who visits the
woods, and, "in tho lnvo of nature, holds
communion with her visible forms." The
dying year dons its robes slowly, sadly.
What coloring. Golden, green, brown,
purple, and russet, with such soft shadings
and delicate iutenninglings of hues and
shadows as defy tho painter's art. The
gorgeous livery of autumn fitly comes just
beforu the shroud of winter. Tho lust scene
in tho piiiioramio view of the niarchinc
seasons should ho themost brilliant. There
is a loasim in it to the dullest a moral in it
to tho wickedest.
D..1- T? 11 . .
uu.iiru irgii wrote, or wavut sumr. au
tumn was a theme for poetry and song. It
is yet, and over will be, and over should bo.
To Christian and Pagan it is equally intel
ligihlf, and the rude Indian bows his head,
and listens and understands. Said Logan :
"My people vanish liko the leaves when tho
winter approaches, but when the leaves
come again my people will not bo hero.
They aro dead leaves. Tho white man has
buried them. Logan isa dead tree to which
no leaves como again. "
Go forth and look upon tho dying year,
if you would return to trado and caro, the
sticct, tho world and business, better for
tho sight. Tho wind's niuiiu through the
"Kled Is tho blasted verdure of tho Melds
Ami shrunk Into their beds tho iloweiy race,
heir siiiniy robes resign. Mven what remains
t stronger Jruits Jails n om tbo naked tree.
And woods. Molds, gardens, 'orchards, all around
'lho desolated prospect thrills tho soul."
An Important Duty.
AVcclip tho following article from the Ohio
Statesman, which wo think should bo ro.nl
and acted ripon by ovory man in tho coun
ty: Lot every Democrat support his local pa
per. It is his duty to givo it all tho adver-
Uscing and printing, as well as subscibers,
ho wan. Kvery thing should bo dono to en
courago and strcnghen it; as tho Democrat
io press has much to contend ugainst mon
ey and power, the flesh and tho Devil! Wo
invoke every man who loves Democracy and
tho nricinles of tho Domocratia nartv. to
rally now to tho support of his political or
gan, ihcro should bo no delay about this
thing. Let it be dono nt once.
The bst in lho market, at lho
WIIHAT -Wliiln, l.l)VttJ,l, n,, ,&13,M.
HVl: (Jtd,iie Y IiiikIii I,
COIlNr-Mli w! y hllslnl.
IIA Itr.KV - JiQcrtuV) V Imnln I.
OA'lst kK per bush- I.
Will i I. IH.ANrt I, no I.V)Hbtilnl.
Hl;i lr- I r.liW, Tincitln i, 41; rinn.Vil.
I IflJlT.-J UN. I VpplOl IVlllH,l4et,.
!H-:m Nl, i --v, p. r bushel.
in rri;it ;v i.ouii' ,
;(IHS Hie t- .l.,r it.
LAUD liiey pound.
wiMoaunu.uiwmif mm mmi aiip a
Q4- I I
!rWOUVC J-JllipUIlUlll i I
SHOUP & BRO..
lHucccsvr to Wllllnm lirny,
Arc Now Prepared to Sell
A t. t iitiir rs'n.w
On Mull. Street,
ALL KINDS AND PATTT.Itys OF
S3 T O W I
PAltLOlt & 1 1 HATING STOVKS,
OFFICE STOVKS, AC.
Aiming which will bo found the ei lebruted
StcwaB'l ok Stove,
cS3 lEraQT'Tm M
I or whleh tbey are sole agents for this rounty,
nnd ns Cooklim Sitovcs.aru supe.lorto any otfi-
er stove liianulaeliirid tan be used either for,
wood or eoal, mid whleli wo will warrant lu nil
eakes. tjnu of the m my iiilvnlitaKes of these
Moves Is, timt tbey rouulru but one liulf the Mil
'constimcil In other Moves. They
i-upereeile all other stove, wl.ero
ted In other Moves. They nr.- bound U
e, where fuel l icxpen-
Wo also Imvo any tjt.iuitlty of
Wl. also have for salo at reasonable priors,
All Kinds Or U'cll iV CbtLTll I'umpS
IM lnnv mi
We have the exclusive rlht for Ilolmeseountv
for the l'atent
Hive Trough Mitntgcv.
W'a also manufacture mid deal lu
All of uhleh we will furnish nut!
-! T, ; 1 1 in i t: it i
Than can be bought t any other place.
SPOUTING AND JOR WORK,
Done at all times at the Lowest Possible Hates
HIIOIII' & HKOTHKIt.
Mlllersbuiu, Oetober 12, UGj.
" SEE I SEE ! "
;Goods Greatly Reduced
The Time to Buy Has Come.
A SPLENDID STOCK
ON THE CORNER,.
I made my purchases In Keir Yolk and l'hlb
adelphla at a sweeping roducllnn in tlio pilces
of DOMi:siTI(.', !
ANOV and Sil'Al-I.i:
DEY GOODS !
at very near one-half the usual rates, and oHcr
to purchasers my eiitlro Htoek
A ta Small Advance on (he Cost.
.My Motto Is: "Sell flood and Cheap finnds."
com: oxi:i vomi: am,!
and seo for yourselves nnd bring along your
Cii-We ji.i.v the highest price in CASH for all
kinds of l'Itr)l)l'L'li.-tta
Sept. 27th, In!."
.A. I3ig Strike
"ronieone, come nil, this rock shall fly
From its firm base ns soon a? I."
HAS purchased and Mttedupln the best style,
the rooms iuluiL-illatelv Wist ol' Mm li-'
Storo, whero ho has opened out a
inilfriT CI, A
(iiiocEiiy no mmm stoke,
tf.a, coi'Fr.i:, kuc.au, moi.ssf.s. fish.
Salt, Tolwco, Segurs, Candles, and nnd full und
complete stock of
Inmllj- CSi-oc-cTles, !
always kept on hand mid sold as low as the
propiletor can a. lord.
Country Produce of All Kinds
llought mid Sold ror Cash.
SB is :ilo$m
Is supplied with tho best make of
Ale, ai'-r, IViucN and Liquors.
No drugged Honors sold. Welnsbcrg Luger
always liesh und nice, and the Only placultcun
ho procured lu town. . , t . r
A shaio of ptibllu patronage is reneetfnllv
solicited. CONKAl) SUlllM.Klt.
BNT pnrsuaueo of an order of the Prob.ito t.'ourt
ol Holmes county. Ohio, Hindu on the ."Dili
tlay orSeptcmber, A. D. lSilo, In tbocaso ol Sim
eon L. Miller, 'guardian of Mugdalcna (hirvor
and Levi (larver, against his Wards, tho under
On the Ith tlayaf-Novemher, A. D. 1805,
ID o'clock A. M. of said day, on the premises,
(icriunii township, Holmes county, Ohio,
oiler nt piibllcs.ilo the following described icul
estate, situate In llolnies county, Ohio, to-wit;
Tho undivided two-ninths of tfui south-west
quarter of ncethui four, lu township elutit, of
riingo live, of tbo unappropriated Innds iu the
military district, containing one. hundred and
slty-tino ncies and olghty-hiiiidiTdths ol nn
acri saiil undivided two-ninths, containing
thirty-live nnd forty-lhreo lorty-tlftli acres.
Tl.lt.MS OF SA1.H ; One-third cash on the
tlay of sale, one-third lu one year and onii-tblrd
two yours fiom the. duy ot sale. Deferred
payments to bo secured by mortgage on tbo
promises old, ami to U-ar interest at the rate
ofslx pcrceiitum poraiiumn,unyublcaniiuall'.
Appraised at S1,:I19 no Subject to a yearly al-1
lowaucoot eighteen dollars to llonjninlii llel
iniith during the life of Foronica Onrver, widow
Jacob Qarvor. decensed. by renson ofnn as.1
slgnment to Heiijainin Ilelmulh, matin by the
n.,., ,,,.,. ..v ..... ,v,, ,t...,y.i.M,gUiil
(iarver, ilecensed, or her dowor Interest In nnd
ino SUltl llllllis.
SI.MKON L. MILLKH. Ouardlnn
of Mngilalena Oarverand Lovl Ourvcr,
Oct. 5tli, 1605 w5.
NOTK'K Is hereby ul en that a Petition will
presented to tho Commissioners of Holmes
county, (i.iio, ni tuoir nexi session, asking nn
o, . ii U,V10 J',',un( Uvl, ,'?,,' c,' ' ,I1I'N,'
k li "." (r'.'s'! lt""'.ls. ,v,t!,t"r,,l'oK,1"1'l"'15,Kildliigcr'8
ii frail o towntlilp lu sa d touiitv. and
HI .'1 Mil' liniUDIIW UI .V.'IMJ.t '., Il.j , I, lll.l-C, llnO
a north-west direction nlong the road load-
from Holmosvllln to tllluton Station toil'
oornerlnbald road eslablishod by iigrtomenti
Thomas Kwlng nnd Ilohort Dnnlmr.iintlnoar
Plum troiMin tho lea hand side of said road,,
north on thu .arm tormerly owned by ,
William Hanger, and now owned by Samuel I
Charlton and Ilohort Dunbar, in sect ion 4. town.
ship thirteen (1.1), of range, thirteen (bl); llionco
wesi wiiu prnper ami necessary variations on
most sultablo t-round lo locale a uond road.
until It liilorsects tbo liOitilouvlllt- road oast of
D.U. lien nor s, and there In end.
Nov -.',lsi;-,wl MANY Pi:nTHFFP.S
ri.'L,!.'J"rt.,'r.7;1.;-Vf. i;oi--ki:i;s. sr.ii, .tur.As-
Sboo-Mnker'sklt. Ilo has opened n Shop over
Harbor shop, whero ho Is In readl
Ilrldgo pts tS respond to nil calls Iu tho shoe making
', . . ,..
Work Illtltlc Oil Short .otlce,
i-vttlt WTI'D to ntvo ooot Kiilsfnctloii
V . . , , . sattsruaion.
" liberal share of public patronatto Is res
going poctfully sollcltetl. II, J, MOKHIS. I
August 17, PW. j
- ' 1 - -
TEH TEOPLE REJOICING !
IKlN Tin: I.ttlgt'il Sliicll ol'
'SI O CJ TOUT 70S
Kvcr Brouglit lo Millcrsburg.
f 'K'mOl; Kt'llNOHK. ormoilln Ibe Ihnnlrn
tr Illt"l l.lTno I. io vl
nml tmi'l'h imrp1ui-iirOro
mid HI1111111.V t rl" tl.Ut IiVim If lHifri v?.r'iTiI?if
brou J t .Mill. "n buri liJ iiVi u of mi .
i. ...n, , i,irn
.Mlt., uASiH, t,T, OUANOHE, C
Vls of all Kinds !
lilt iUk-Ii of Kliili In very Inw, romprltliiK n
lyiuli ty Hint bax not
nere more u ' 11 ontrttl
in nut nuiric t.
Wooden and Stone Ware
Of nil ltlndt nnd siren, nnd for Mile Very Chenp.
Produce of All Kinds Konglit and Sold.
T inn (fill f.ir II... Ill...r.,l ..,.1,,. I.... r..
reeel veil, nnd honlnit Hint Ills old eiintoinerit mid
new onen, when III need of unylhliiK III bin line
will enll lit lilt old Kliind, o,polto thn Kiriplrel
lumte, iii .ii iiierNDuri;, wo'MtK in. ires., mill
new, nnd will be nolil nt cheap us nt any other
entHbl.tbinerit In the eonntv.
may 11th, 1505. OnoilCIi: KCHNOHIt.
neYv GROCERY !
MULFORD & ROSS
HA ISO bought out and t-1ten entire po-t-ses-nlon
of the Oroeery htoie orM. I ilc.-, Mill
ersburi;, Ohio, wlh to Infonii tbo pubile tbat
tbey havcjiist receled a Rood supply of
lu;h will !. sold cliriiii. Their strylc fnnilstt
n Mis, ('ANJf.K'-, Ulsivst I'ItlNFS Vt'rs
l AXW'X i'.vKIH CKA('in- IW ie 2'e
ti,..v-,. . ' t
' i $ "'" hi""'- U" nly use, the
' l "
Witinu not T
J i.OLli A.XD MEAL
We also keep fur the Ix-netlt of eustomi r.
NOTIONS, W'JOI)I..N-WUIi:, cllOf-ICKItY,
and a urlst orotli-r artleles, nil orwbleh we will
sell . heap for A.-II or I-rodiic.:.
Olvo us n mil. ML'I.I'Or.Ii J. noiT.
, J I Jleorrupt, disordered and vitiated Hloo-I,
yot nre-lolt all over. It may burst out In
IMmples. or Sort or lu soia a live diM f,.se,or
it may mcrclv l;eeiyou llstli, depre-.M d nn 1
koou re iiotbiiiu
(tilt Villi f,ihl,f,l .
lit all.) w'lllt you.
blond is impure.
piirResoiii luetic nnpur
i organs or life mto vlg-
X-thi- health and excell
ing disease, llenco it
ranldlv cures a vurletv
caiiM-ii oy impurity or
tin blood, such ns.Scro'
ttu, or A'oiim' .Vi7. Tu
uvirs, f'trrrx, Smr( 7,Vi;i
ii'inx. J'nitiilet. Mut'-hr.
llolli.M. AnVony' Fire, lltue or l'ryvtneliut, Tit
If rot Xult llhevm, iSctitl Head, Jllng II arm, (Jnn
rrr or Ooi'-rrotit y1 .ior. 6Vfe A'vr.?, Ft malr
vrit- .t, such as attention. Ierr'pthtn1..Sui'itrt'on.
II hilrs, ,sci-ii7.y, uNo frtpliill or I etwnal Hit
latex, .hir Cbi;taii(x, and Heart Dttmsn. Try
Avitn's Saiisai'auii.uv, anil see-Tor yourselftbe
surprising activity with which It cleanses th.-
blood ami cures these dlsouleis.
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a tniart
of Nirsnparlllii lor one dollar. Most of these'
navo neun iruuos ujk n inn Mel:, lor t.iey not on
ly contain little. 11 any. Sarhaiiarilla. but often
no ell rut I vh propel ties whatever. IIoucm. bitter
disappointment lias followed the use of the va
rious exiiai is oi jiarsuparillu w.i.cli Hood the
inaiket, until tho naiiio itself has become sy
noiiyinous with imnosltioii and cheat, still
call this compound -Sarsaparilla." antl intend
to supply such ti remedy as shall rescue the
nan in from I he load nrnhlnmiv u-hfeh f..Lin in -...(
it. Wo think wehuwi ground for believing H.
lias virtues wh eh are Irresistible by thoordliia-
i v run of the diseases it Is intended to cure.
fll I I r,
ue can oi iy assure ine -lei;, mat weoirorthem
be best alternat ve which we know bow to tin,-
iluce, and wo Imvo reason believe. It lsbvf.ir the
ert-tl by any bo ly.
vynu'sciii-.iiuv mtoiu I. is so universally
known to surpass every other remedy for the
cure of tlufA.., thlili. Inftucnztt, wirfllf ,
Croup. Hriinetittx, liirijiiettt (Imyumptinu, and lur
tile relit fof OonsumptUel'.itlentslii advanced
stage- ol the disease, that it is useless toieeouut
tin- ev.i.eucc or.ts virtues. The woild knows
Prepared bv .1. f. AYF.lt ,fc Co, Lowell, Mas-..,
and sold by .1. K. ltalir. S. M. Foiwell, and Yer -
..I.. I IT II I I ........ T 11 I . I... V ,..T. ,, ....
ford: (!. Orner, Nashville; (i. tii-iber. Welnsbcrg
J. Hanna, IIolmes llle, and by dealers every
The umlerslgned has on hand a large stock of
Con feci ion arias,
iii v niiiiiiiiri. -.jiii.-i -.nil i k; .i . .iirii(,, en, u.
At his establishment one door Ha't of the Ihn-
plre House, which ho will sell as low as at any
oilier esiaiiii-iiuieiii in town.
Ills Stock consists in paitof COFFK1?, .S7r-(.'.1A-,
HICK, TK.U1, .SO.U'.V, IIAM.FY, CIS
DUJ.S, HMilX.f, lOlACCO, CIG.lltS.
I'or those who wish something good to eat, he
always keeps Trip-, Cbece, Sardines, PJckied
Herring mid other things usually kept in an
flff-A shuro of puhllu patronage is respectfully
MillersburB, Aug. 10, iMf,.
fiEI!JL,V V llOOEtMEt
nespcctfully liifoun the public generally, that
they have lormcd u copal tuei ship, und aio pre
pared to do
Efcl. l t I" l
f)l(!CllSltlllIliI)iI Ol t)fl IVIIIflS
Ml (III lllllUO
on short notice. In a workmanlike manner, and i
reasonable prices. Hive us u cull.
persons knowing thoinelves indebted
it : i4.... ... .
low a longer lime lor sittlemi'nt.
Aug.lfl.lsiia. PHILIP LFPPI.A.
'P1IK Hoard of School Hxamlncrs of Holmes ;
itiuiily will hold meetings fur theos.imiua-,
Hon of applicants as teachers of Common
M'tionis, iisioiiows: in Hie town or Miucrsii
lho liitli day of September, ill the tow
Nashville on the :10th ol Sentember. In the Inwn
Welnesbcrg on t he 1 Ith ol October; in Millers
burg on tho 2sth of October ulitl S'lth of Novem
bor, IStii. 1
Applicants not known to the Hoard will be I
required lo proton t eortltlcatt sof character. I
Jvuaiiplicant received niter 111 o'clock A. M. '
HOI1F.HT JFSTICi:, Clerk. I
Aug. !, 1Si"i. I
.lames IMcCllntock's Instate.
IVOTICF. is hereby given that tho undersigned
has been duly nppolntetl and qualified Ad
ministrator of thr estate or Jnmes McClintock,
lato or Holmes county, Ohio, deceasi-d.
WILLIAM W. MtCLINTOCK.
Oct. Ill, 1SC5 w:i
Joint Martin's i;statc.
WHnn IoIlmI... .,I-A 11. ..I ll.n iinilnF.lm..l
will and testament tif.lohii MnrtJn. dee'd. lain
,ms OCCIl 1 1 11 y n P POI II 1 1 tl i.ACCUlOr Ol tllll I.1SI
Holmes county, Ohio.
October 10, '65 wS
"shoe" MAKING- !
. .1. .HOIIHIS j
laid by tho drum-sticks nnd resumed the
Vost Oflicc, lllltl
, ,, . .
in large oi iiiian -iiiiiuiiiK t, ,..i i wn-
all its branches, In the old stand formerly oecu
I 111...1 in- I Hnvu-nrih rf,..i .....i c..,.i n,i...
burg to Manstleld ; thenco Willi said boundary
" lle. t.rioisliiiUiiK. containing ono Hun
IJllillICIJIIilIlllls llri.( n'IU, yightv.sev,.,, perches buthesa.ne
i r.niToitor f AitMnr In ri-piy lnmiifiy l-ttrM
mi'l Inqulrl' frum p...,pi,- in t,iiotl(in orthtt.
i .iiiiury, iri- iiiim r mn '1 liiHt Krmt pltwiiiti- In
xiyliiK thriili ilifliiiiinofymirinpir, that
V.'l..l.'n.';:"'!'' ),r' )"ratln l.iwiwn nt t UK'H
OYHI'I.IIA i.t'iti.;, w u c-rNntn euro for Dy.
I IK'1-nia, it, w.,rit Ib(i-i. tlaiiv t-urt n of Ioiik
Miiiiiiik, within our tiwn nniunliiliiiicv, liae
ihwii wiim. i-i.iv, ami wp k.vo nmui. nllv
cured. II wlllpt'Mnllitrm iiMit cntliiir nlihoi't
liiut llrwll .r v-im ux,ti Or.ihnm bread Htid the
1 IWJiar f 1,7
. rnw.rMoiirliiR.orrliiltiit on I he utoiunrli
iin iiiiiiiiuiii: i-orrtxiujr Ol lll'llm tl, UMdUOII
'l"'N,c-ri-nlM n Healthy biu,. tile, Hint.ikk
".;i."!"'"', '"rh'",r',-..H" h!'"!H Ibestonmch,
piiltm, runip,orcolli! limit lir-rntotmu-li or !,: '
1 ""l1 w--e'ti" 'dl.-imiw l.rtalh, iu, ,k,ii a,
'!'" "u '"''I"'K the putient lo K.K..
"whirl. Ik the ,ar,,l or
henlth." nrvl lees v lw. utretiath nnil tui'ivW
1 liu-very trial w; Iihac l:nou-n It lint upet dily
"" '"':: f'! ' -':'
iiiJonV Ml o rS. Ymen Y-l
tldlltH will coitIrm. ooiiiolelelv. tii-rrimttetif Iv.
mid iilmo-tl iMlriieiiloiinly "cure tho wnrnt ouhii
.r lii'. .(...I., i,. ..!. ...... i tt,. ..... i..
I every Intlnnen, It ran b" obtained nt nil the.
JJNiif Moret.n tne liiilte,l mute nnd t.'Hniulnn,
nt Sl.00 per bottle, or nix bottli-H for S-VOU
tt a c,'ffi,S,;u.
tio.?yI New Iliiven, Ct.
It K Eld &c CO.,
(Hucctssors to A. J. Wolirnmot.l
IIn,-n nn linn.l n 1r,,n ,,n.l f'imt.L.ln Clnnb
nail, uii nuiiu a iti.f unit V.UI1411C10 oium
STOVES AM) TIN-WARE,
At their Ilofirns, three doors liist of Cherry
holmes' Corner, Millersburg, Ohio.
Tlicy keep on hand a large stock of
STOVES OF ALL KliVDS,
The most protnlnt nt of which Is the
c&3 CT ustice,
Together with n -.-rent variety of other Stoves, '
that will please the ladles, both old and young.
Tbey can cook on t hem- Moves without roastixn; '
themselves over n hot tire for two hours. j
They nlso keep n largo variety of j
Brass, Copper, Sheet-Iron & Japan Ware, j
Iron I'oU, C'offie lloaslers. Iron Holders, j
RZj13PS of all Hinds, j
' CLOTHES WRINGERS,
J or tho best quality, all of which will be sold
Cheap for Cash ! !
w ,-.,. ..it.j iii:'-ii, ill i'i .-.'iijii 1111
"Cook's Kvnporntor" nnd "Cain Mill," both of
which wo have on hand.
SpoulinK Done on Short Xotlce
And In tho most substantial manner.
Give XJs a Call.
Our motto is
not to bo undersold by any firm
113i3il & CO.
July 13, 1S. noir.tr
JVcic Irra2tircmciit !
DAILY & HOXWORTH
n ITncTFrM.Y inform the public that thev
JV Intend carrying on the above business In
that thev c-ni ' "
IMene till Jn Work aiul Prices
Allthoe wantlnganythlngiutbeirllne will do
well by calling soon, and make selections from
their nno asso: tment of
Gravestones and Monuments !
, Which are of vailous sizes nnd denominations.
made of the best material in u-.e, and finished
1 in the latest and must approved style.
' 1 -
Carving and Lettering done to Order.
n-aivr. tiif. xr.w Finn a tmai..-h
One door west of Mul vane's Storo.
MIAS. P. DAILY.
H. W. IIOXWOHTH.
Jan. S3, 1W5 tf
I'c-titlon for Partition.
T?HHAItT STKIXHArilL-H and Georgo Wei-,
III mer, residents of the county of Mimmlt.
Ohio, will take notice that a petition was tiled
ukuiiim iiiviii nn me -Tiiu oay oi r-eiuernoer I5tj, j
in the Court of Common Pleat of Holmes coun-.
ty, Ohio, by Fay Doty, and is now pending,
wherein said Fay Doty demands partition ot,
the tollowing rial estate, to-wit : A part of the
south-west quarter of st uiinii twelve, of town
ship nlne.oi range seven, in said Holmes coun
ty, beginning at a post two perches and two I
links north of u pott placed north eightv-elght I
degrtes ami thirty minutes west twentv-two I
perches and fifteen links from the south-west j
comer of In-I.ot number ninety-nine, in tlio !
town of Mlllersburg, lu the county of Holmes, I
Ohio; thence north four degrees nnd forty-tlve
minutes west nliu-porches; llicncenorthtwcn-1
ty-slx degrees west sixteen lit relies to a post,-1
thence north ululity-olght degrees and thirty
minutes wet live peicbes and eight links;
thence by the samectmr-e to the western boun
dary of the tract of luud out of which this is ta
ken ; thence southerly by said line to the nor
thern boundary oftho Slato road lrnm Millers-
",1,r? Vr lcsi- I'ltft'iner wuu nil tne appurti nan
cesthorcon situnte and being, and thereunto i
belonging, and that, at the ntxt term ot said '
Court tin- said Fay Doty will apply fur an order
mat puriiuou nmj uc mailt 01 sain t.reinites.
Ciutciii-iki.ii A L'iii.. AttVs for Petitioner
FIRST IU PJIARKET!
ir vor iv.ixt
nnrjiVcw Hoots and New Shoes
Opposite the Umpire House, Mlllersburi
AVo nro now recclvlni
Stock of .
: our Tall and Winter
BOOTS &. SHOES !
and will sell them without regard to tho i.atk
Anv.vNCB. Our stock Is all Custom made, nnd
Wiu-rantctl. Wo can soil
MUX'S KIP HOOTS,
at prices ranging from $1 to $. Calf Hoots,
trout ;) to SH.
'from S3 to Jl.TS. and other work In tho same
proportion. Call nud sco for yourselves.
'I'll 11 Commissioners of Holmes County, Ohio,
i. will meet on tho
Stl clifjy o .Voirmftcr, ot 10 o'cfocA- a. in.
for the puoposn of selling nnd contracting for
tne uuiuuiiKoi tuu woiHi-worK in a new linage
across Sugar Crook, in Paint township, on tho
road leading from Wclnsbeig to Mt. Uatou.
Alo, on the same day, at 2 o'clock p. m.,
they will moot on Sugar Creok.on the rond lend
ing from Milton to Fredcrlcksburir, noarSnm
uol Miller's, for tbo purpose of soiling nnd con
traction for thobulldlm: of the wood-work of u
lly order of tho Coinmltslonors.
GUOltOU Iti:i:i), Auditor.
Oct. 10, IMtt'lT
(lary's Indian Vt'ffclablo Ttiotli-Aclic
Kcmt'dy, will euro in one inlniilo without dan
ger I'orsalesit the rtOOK STOHE
A. G ood Ohaiico
I J AVIN'tt ro trd
1 1 tny,extmil
Htock of One da for
Kail mid Wlntt-r, 1
iiiivil.t tif.tlrv t.tv
S tmincrimt cintom-
ith mill irie jiudiic
111 Kenrrnl, Hint I
.'rf.i-V r)?yjJ. t solfcien iny koimiii,
W; f?S&' """. ,to ,ra f"r. ,"
., , b .'07, Klve lh.,o who buy,
tho full worth of their money.
Mv iwb r (tv..,.,,.,!! I a. khii n( Ei.
'(lUlmiuix, Heaver, Cimtor, Ohlnchllln, An.
, I1.ihI..,h Cot of Ihn beKt nnd heavlent .-.
turns, nil of widen are. cut ntter the lntest Hu
tern Styles, nnd Hit) durability of Ilia Worlt.ln
llnvlliL' nhvnvs followed the first mloided
principle or recoiniiieiidlri my I'KI what they
'rordly nre, I have valued the conlldejiee of n
(tri al mnjorlty of my eustoiriers, nnd lntendlni;
to eonilnuo worthy of that coiifldence, I wilt
sell the abovo eiiuuierated articles, tottetlier
with n reiit many others too numerous to men
tlon, nt Dtieh prices as will satisfy thomostfai
tidlous. My iitock of
Genfs Furiiisliing Goods
Is the most eomplete In these rnrts, eonslstlnit
lof knit tTNDHIWHIHIrt.t: liliAWKItS, while,
Kruy, nnd drub, nlHi nml rlbl.od, nil pom wool,
lund ui.xiul. Also. UlHlomhliU una Druwein
iiimle of woollen ilniinels. A larKu nssorlmrnt
.f W.,r.llrt, riL-.iPul.lrlB nl v,,r l,.,t .rlr
!of Woollen Oversh.rts, nt very low prices.
Hf 'A III 'IS WOolletl lltlli Silk. SV.t'.K TI
i nnd silk. NKCIC TIES of
II. I. A ILK I'nnernnd I.lnen.
flllil.s-rlptlons. CiM.AIW-l-npernnd I.lnen,
jofnll styles. OLoVl! Warranted Ronulno
liui ksklli (iloves, (jnutitlets. Kid Oloves with
furtoiMj nil kinds of Ix.-nther, Woollen A: Cot
i ton Olovt-s. Sit.CK.S woollen, half woollen nnd
cotton. A large iimortment of .Suspenders, el-;.
I-iEats and Caos
Of nil styles and qunlltles. TltUN'Krt, VALI
HIls nntl ,ATCIIKI.S at low nures.
I also wish totlraw the particular ntteutlon of
those interested, to my excellent nml largo
sliM-k of I'lecn Goods, acknowledned the largest
and 1-st In this place, and consisting of tho
American nnd I'reneh. 1Mb In and Fancy Cas
slrneres, tho bast nnd heaviest made. Vesting
of tine f.ibrlcs mid beautifully tlestirned, nil or
which I will ell at the lowest IlKiires possible,
or make up to order, in tho shortest posslblo
time, Wuriuntnii! o. KIT In ench and nil cuses.
At the Yoana America Clothing Store.
Oct. 2ith, 183.
FiftSKLE & LYON'S
."ew l'atent Itotary recti
Sewing Machines !
The following f.icts demonstrate that thesn
Machines eomprls': the highest improvcnicnta
In the Sewing Machine Art, viz:
1. Ka-h Machine Is guaranteed to givo bettor
satisfaction thanativ other ficwlng Machlno
In market, or money refunded.
2. They hnvc taken many of thn highest Pre
miums at the most important Exhibition
and Fairs ever held In the United States.
3. They make the i-ock stitch alike on both
sides tnus saving more than half the thread
and silk used In the raveling-rldgu seumsof
the loop stitch and slnsk-thrcivl Sewing
1. They nre adapted to the widest range or hea
vy and light sewing.
They have no rattling wires, or dellcato at
tachments to keep In repair.
They rcoiire no latclnig uiirt t cl?an or oil,
and no "Lessons" to set no'.-dle, rcgulatu
tc-nsloli, or operate Machine.
I'l.VKLL' & LVO.VS S. 51. CO.,
'o. m BROADWAY, -VHW YORK.
AGKX'I FOR HOLMES COUNTY!
Stf Please call at A. WAITS' Shop, above tho
store of J. Mulvaue, and see thcMachlnes work,
October 10, 1505 37yl
iEW HILLIiVERY SHOP!
Mrs. II. YEKGLV & Miss A. SNELL
Itespi'ctfully inform the Lndles of this placo
nnd vicinity, that they will open out a
IVc-w Stock of Millinery Goods !
on the first of October, at tho residence of tbo
former, on Clay street, whero they will recelvo
from Cleveland and Philadelphia, tho
LATEST STYLES OF LADIES' B0NKETS,
Bonnet Silks, English and French Crapes,
broad nnd narrow Itihbons. All styles of La
'dies' and Children's Hats.
S-A11 are Invited to call nnd examine beforo
purcha-dng elsewhere. Illenching and Coloring
idone to orderon t lie shorte-d notice. Felt and
Beaer Hals pressed in the latest Mvle.
Mitt. ii. Ynnoiy.
Sept. 21, b6".-m2 MISS A. SNELL.
Lcw Millinery Goods.
Has Just returned from tlio city, whero she pur
chased n fine stock of Millinery Ooods, sucn ai
Hats, Cajis. and It on nets,
nibtion of all klndt and styles, Houchcs nnd
French and American Flowers, Laces, ic.
You will do well by calling oon nt her old
slnnd nnd tee her new stylos of Silk and Volvot
UO.NM.'l, which she hason hand and lor sale,
11LE PI1 TVC: I 'I) HOT, OH Yfi
Done on the shortest notion.
MUS. E. UHLEH.
October 10, 10-K wl
MAHOAUF.T V. HF.AltHOWUH nnd George
A. Ilearbowor, her husbantl, of Mntlison
county, Iowa, f-arah A. Ankcny nnd Fletcher
Aukeny, her husband, of Froeport, Stnlo ot Illi
nois, will tako notice that a petition was hied
against them nn tho lothilay of September. lSftS,
tbo olllco of tho L'lelk ot tho Court ot Coin-
as of Holmes countv, Ohio, by Oodlror
...I la .......Il.. ...I....h, .nl.l rin.!-
l'tner demands nartlton ol the followlnc
real estate, to-wit : lb lug Ill-Lots number ono
hundred nnd ninety, one iiutiured and ninety
ono, and ono bundled and ninety-two, In the
town ot .Milleisburg, Holmes county, Ohio.
Ami that at the next term of said Court, to bo.
held in s ild o.iunty on tho 7th day of Novembor
lvi), the said Godfrey Itnor will apply for an
ortler that pal tltion may be madn ot said prom
ises, as dcmandedlu hU said petition.
Hy Cuitciifipld i UIIL, hlM Atty'8.
Sept. 21, ls-V-j w7.
Admliitstralor's Sale of Real
IN piirsunnco of an order granted hy the Pro
bate Court of Holmes county, Uhlo, I will
nfTor for sale nt public auction,
On the 17 th duy of November, A. D. 1805,
ono o'clock, P.M. on the promises, thofol-lowlnatlescrllK-d
rcalettato, situntoln thocoun
ly of Holmes and state of Ohio, to-wit:
Tho ono undivided one-sixth part or the south
east quarter of the north-west quarter ot sec
Hon iimnlier twenty-tlvo, townsldp number i,
raiio number V, containing foity acres of
Also, tho ono undivided one-sixth part oftho
undivided one- half part of tho following dot.
sciibed lands lo-wlt: Tho south-west ouarter-
section number nineteen. In township num
ber eight of rnugo number nine.
Also, tho north halt of the north-west quartor
section number '..', township number s, and
range number u, coutainliis ouo huudicd and
TKUMS OF SALK i One-lhtrd la lmnd, one
thlrtl In ono year, and nne.thlrd In lira yfari
tho dny ofsfile. with lnt-rosl; the deferred
paymrnts to bo secured bv niongaso tiiion tbo
premises sold. JOSHPH W.HOLT,
Adnir, of George Workmun, dm-osoil.
October 10, 'ti'i.
i henpcst in Town,
At the Ilook Store.