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The Holmes County Farmer.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
A. .1, llcll Ulnti inciitifil Innurancc C'.
(J. S. Vorwerk German Insurance Comsiny,
A BtJ Puff. If yott want a big and
It ir . tl i
.grcoablc puff go to Wsi m and gc
BCgarsora box of In, "Hun.kco.puii.lie."
I'ltETTY Steep. The distillery, at this
tilaco. pays revenue tax to the amount of'
nbjut $L'.-iO a day. It amounts to an
liour, or 40 cents per minute.
TnY It. Crystalline illuminator, thcmo.it
eompletoand perfect niltorof 1
v7,.v ;r s s- w-u-
Xkroi.V, Geouok Sciixnnrt, I oi.WKt.1. &
1 ouno and S. It. Wkiiucii.
Without Ut.0VKd. A cotcmporary
threatens to handle the corrupt majority in
r 1 ... . 1 1
congress wiinoui glove?. we ueg to sue-
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gesi mat, 11 no wouia come out ot the con-
test with hands unsullied, he had bctfer
procure a manure fork.
-The other evening at
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'"'"" "." "'U u- 'M1,"IU
with: -l ap, L wish you would pet me .1
new pair of boots so I could grow big and
vote against tho abolitinners." There'.s
rising Democracy for you.
CoMt'J.iMr.NTAnv. An innncn-c .mdPi
meeting of the mcchanicH and workingmen
of Columbus, held on Thursday evening,
passed a resolution complimenting Senator
Ckitciikiei.d for his efficiency and prompt
ness in looking to their interest.
TilK Constitutiox. There are now'
..H.iiiii itfn :.: i.e i.,
IUHyiKW UU)ll'?lllllll9 UUIIIIU V.UIlii:n IU
amend the Constitution. Judging by the
number of repairs suggested, Wasiiixoto.v,
Jeffkiisox and their assistants must have
liecn a set of intolerable botches in Consti
Yocxa Ameuica. The other evening at'.,,
Tiik Moox. This year, there were two
full moons in January, there will le no full
moon this month, and there will be two in ,
ir i t. 1 i i .i
inarch. It is wondered when the same
thing will again occur. It did happen in
1847, and will again in lSS.'i, and as a gon-ling
thing every nineteen years.
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AccmnxT. Mr. Ai.fiii:ii Uni,
township, made n narrow escape with his
life on FiiJjy last. A large saw-log, which
no was loauing, aceiuentiy rolled otr Inm,
nuiiu; nun consiucraoie lmtirv. llis nhvsi
TP. 1 .
cians, Drs. Ukiiia.m and Po.meiiexk, con
fridcr him in a fair way for recovery.
Talk. People will talk, and generally
about what they sec in the papers. There
fore, those who have anything to sell should
advertise it. Jlusinoss men who are too
short sighted and penurious to advertise are,
not tne men to deal with, i lie liberal ad
vertiser) are always liberal dealers.
BnmiiT PitospECT. The State Auditor
of Ohio suggests to the Legislature that the
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uix.es on realty suouiu no increased -5 per
cnt. It is more than probable that the
recommendation will be adopted, .since
Congress and our State Legislature do every
thing calculated to benefit negroes, or op
press white men.
Okk Youxo Folks. The February
number of this childrcns favorite is on our
table. The children pronounce this a rare
number, fully e(iial, if not superior, to any
of its predecessors; which is paying it a
Price $2.00 per year. Address Tieknor
& Fields, 124 Trcmont St., Boston.
Godey's Lady's Book. The February
number of this oldest and best of ladies
magazines is on our table. This is an ex
cellent number, both in the fashion and
Price 1.000 per annum. Address Louis
A. Godey, N. K. cornet-Sixth and Chestnut
Sts., Philadelphia, Pa.
The Lady's Fiiiexd. The February
Tiumlmr nf'jh!, i., .
number 0 this truly lady s magazine is re-
ccived. J ho steel engraving, "Acirs from
the War," is entirely out of season and un-
calledfor "let tho dead past bury its dead.".
Th,. f...,! : ir, " ' . 1
The fashions and literary matter are good.
J.I10 lirosnccttis of this innrnzinn for flnu
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year embodies a splendid list of contributors.
Price $2.50 per year. Address Deacon &
Peterson, 31'.) Walnut St., Phila.
Documents. We are under repeated
obligations to Hon. Martin Wei.keh for
important public Documents. Judge
Welkeii is very prompt in attending to the
wants of his constituents in the way of busi
nss affairs, and documents. We much re
gret that ho acts with such disunionists as
0TEVKX8, Satax, SuMXEit & Co., and with
them vote's tho whito man down to the level
of the negro.
YoRTHREMEMllERIX(l. It is said that
by laying a piece of charcoal upon a burn
the pain subsides immediately. By leaving
the charcoal on one hour is healed, as been
demonstrated on several occasions. The
rcuiody is cheap and simple, and certainly
. deserves a trial. If you want a horse lini
ment, superior to all others, call on Dr.
Baiff. Thousands bear testimony to its
efficiency in all cases where liniment is re
quired for the healing of that noblo animal.
Grover & Baker's Family Sewino
Machine. Less than twenty years the first
sewing machue was invented and introduc
ed; yet at the present date this American
invention is in extensivo use in every civil
ized country'on the globe; and nine-tenths
of tho clothing worn, especially in tho Uni
tod States and Kuropo, is made by the sew
ing machine As a natural result, every
good coin is counterfeited, and imitations
are attcuiptcd to be made of every salable
invention. But of the scores of machines
claimiug tho patronago of tho public, some
for one, some for another peculiarity or ad
vantage, tlio -reputation of tho Grover &
Baker Machino has never suffered in the
least. Wo do not propose to discuss the
mouts or superiority of different machines.
as we havo not the spaco to dovoto to it; bo
lides, every purehascrshould investigate bo
fore purchasing; but this wo will say, wo
have seldom, if ever, seen better work done
by any other inachino, or by hand, cithorin
thn V1V nf Ktifcbinrv n. At,, . ..!.!,.... 11 I
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thework done upon this machine-Chicago1,
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, khkI'IT. Ir. ( HIST, recently from
lU.ltUVllol.Jir.s place, now rcsidim:
Uii.nn'i I :ll .... M.....I... I.:.
IIV.ll Dllllltl " .'.III, ,111 .'IUIIli.ll BUlll llll
Toot with nnaxc, while chopping wool,
Mtiklfig the hlmlc through the foot, cutting
nillklll IIIU UlllOU IllfUUII UIU IUJI, lUUIIIg
oft" tho bones of two dies and very ladly
'cutting the large l-onc of the foot. Wcarc
tnitnlitnit In It INiMliufiv olm .1MMxt (l.n
wound, for these particulars.
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A OoD.-The prayer, of a
a "young man in Washington City, and
away from ('on." Without being irrcver-
cut, we will express the opinion that the
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JUII1I I1IUII llWIAiUb iai IIUIII VF''
can well get, and we fear prayer will not.
invnil t.i... wltl.m.r n .l,.n!?P of locat on.
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i,, i,roufilit before the Ohio I?gi.,laturc
providing for the subtuiMion to the jwople,
at tlic next election, ol amciulmcnts to the.
atate Constitution, which will secure to ne
groes all the right of citizenship. We
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irroiM a llm r elit of citirpnsliiti. Wi
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t,0V,nR ""unwrnsu t mat uoay mat an
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amcnumcni 10 ine i.onsiiiuiinn eanr.or ik
.submitted to the nconlc at the next clcc -
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tion an amcntlmciit must be submitted at
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auciccuonior senators ami licprcscntatives.
COURT. The 1-Vbm.irv tntm nftlio Court
of Common l'leiw wlllcoiiiincncconTiicsdayl
the Oth. Tlic Petit Jurors drawn for the
C.. K. Altman, Wm. MeKce, IVterltmk-
enltcrger, Harrison (Juail, .John M. Miller,
M C Ilimei Ilenrvlte-im Kmtils Kerriipr
iV iV A, ,c r le, "V,V i rajtus ucctiicr,
(r. . Morcland, hdwardhagle and John
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l lie urn mi .nirors urawn lor the term arc
Christian Fisher, Samuel Asire. John
Kler. Jonathan Smith. Tlinmns Itneers.
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'"it -'liitun bonier,
Liiarlos itoekwell. J-.nos Jlorclaml, U m.
( riswell, I. JJomictt and James C.
persons living together as husbands and
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.wives in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania t
'were never legally married. Thisis a start-paper,
proposition, but is held that an old law
enacted in 1701, declaring that intention of1
.i ii-, ,. . ,
IMI-OIITAXT to Pkxxsvi.Vaxiaxs. Ac-
cording to the ruling of the DNtrict Court
in Philadelphia, the ercat maioiitv of the
marriages must oc pumisiieu in meeting aim
iiiisi I'll mi iii(iai irif iinnsi iinuirn iiii ir.
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emony can be legally performed, is still in
norce, navin never occn repealed. Jlie
!statutc has lone been icnored. but Shars
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wood declares it still in binding force.
Whether it is safe to thus declare nine -
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leiiiiii ui uie nuiiiiuseu luarriuu couples OI
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Hie otaic Violators Ol tile law in tills Strange.
nnnner rennina In l,n in '
ui.iiui(.r, run-in., hi in. iin. '
used to be under the proprietorship of
iUOTIIK.lt JoXATHAX and U.N'CI.E S.VM ; but
these old gentlemen, so much admired by
. . ,
WiismxiiTox, Jekfeksox, Jacksox,
Clay, Wehsteu, ct. id., have been ousted
from their possessions, and ISuoriiKit Sam
110 and Uxei.K Ned have been installed as
proprietors of the premise. Judge Wei.k
Kll, in compliance with the demands of the
progressive spirit of the age, voted for the
Oo uwny Jonathan, you can't .shine
With Hkotiiku Sam 110 ofCarollne
Away with SAM, Cnnsresi; hassaid
The votint;h to be ilunqby U.nl'i.i: Xi:i.
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-v Lyii..i.i-.. nn. jiMrici 01 L.oitimoia ,
The Cnnm-nss of the
L nited States has, with the exception of
one thing, exhausted human ingenuity in
behalf of our"colored brothers and sisters."
The exception to which we refer is that,
each daikey should be supplied by the Gov
ernment with a banio and fiddle, and a
Fiddler's Bureau should be established to
supply them with canine intestines. Judge
Wei.keii gave his vote anil inlliicnee to se
curing to the negroes the right to vote and 1
hold office, and favored every suggestion for!
the colored people; but he has himself sug-
scsted nothiiiL- that would distinenisl. I.i...
-nothing worthy of the gentleman
wviiiu. -mm, tuu uuu uuu uiu
balljo anJ mh arran ement allJ lllak(J for
himselfa name. I
vvn n.,'n,,,SJ"'n- 1 1 1
I.XD of oi.u.ME. ibis week concludes1
all0.I,cr volume of the Faumeu, and com-1
.1.. .1 r. .. .. .
I'icies iiieiiirtietli j-ear ot Us existence. All
this li.neit has been a faithr.,! m
jjcmocratio principles, llie successor tho
Dcinocrncym tins county may, at least to i
t . m . i . .i ..!. '
euuiu uxiflll, UC aiiriUUlCU lO ttie I;UtIUl -
ness and efficieney of the Farmkr. Than
ir 1 .1 . t. . '
Holmes there is no truer Democratic county
the country. Here the standard of Dc-
moeracy was never lowered ; but amid dis-i
aster and defeat to tho party, when the
trusted proved faithless and the strong-holds
gave way, littlo Holmes was ever true.
The Democracy and tho Farmer work
gethcr, and work for each other.
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they haye been assailed by lanatics, fools ,
and villians in power; together they have j
breasted the storm of opposition and main- i
tained the freedom of discussion, personal '
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liberty, and-the purity of elections. ;
No paper in all the North has more sc-
vcrcly criticised the wrongful acts of the ad-
ministration durin" tho last live eventful !
uurin tne last n e o cntt ui ,
years than lias the parmer; yet we escaped;
arbitrary arrest and ouromce has been secure
from mob violence, though both have bccn'oatu
frequently threatened. It was nothing but !
i . . e.i i.
the determination of tho Democracy to hus-
Ifllll lia finI In .nf.in rwr. In ll.. ...... .
i n..vuj, m iiiu uiuiusi iiuj ,
intcriercnco with our person or property
that shielded us from tho wrongs which
were visited on others.
0 think wo will not be charged with
egotism in saying that the Farmer is one
of tho best county papers in tho State. But
few papers givo moro reading matter, or so
great a variety of news as ours. No paper
a county of equal population hasjso large
circulation, lhc typographical appearance
of the paper has been improved from time
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timo until it will favorably compare in
personal appearance with any other.
We commence tho now year with a largo-
increased subscription list. Anil W0
havo tho most flattering prospects of an
early triumph of tho Democracy. A tri
umph that will bring tho country to soo
better days. For tho consumation of this
glorious result tho Farmer will labor with
tho zeal and ability wo can infuse, into its
columns, nml wo hopo to havo our efforts in
l,p.,,, ,. , ,
Tf V, T by CVCry Jmocrat ,n k'0'
nous littlo Holmes.
on nuptial oewion.
A IIAI8E. o iiare the pleasure or an
notincing to all those wli'i wili to Marry,
.!..( I Si Kftl t-v IVi r,C K.lll.i.,.t
,...,.,'.... . ... Mimimt
lownhip who in o oiu!ar an ft.ljiutT
of the li) menial halter, hut who ha liecn
1IJ llllilll-. llllt MM 1141 irwi.
caught on Mich occaioni in r-hocliiig bad
apparel, ha been presented by intimate
friftil Willi tMPO tmir ftf IMltlL. (O h YTflMl
(Jen. CANT a, a present a book which.
fr.,iaJ b-longtilto (Jen. aiii.to.v, which
j wncboly had found r-omc wherein Vir-
; itc nrmhi ,0 Incc-t wilh a liulc oU
1 AVhat has ln donc witli General Wash-
R"a! " "Hier wor.li it lia-J liccn iWe,i
Irom a private house. Jictjciieralrcluel
to accept it as a present, but kept it until
. 'c owcr coum be louii-l ana 1: none coulil
1 . r 1 1.. j.t.i :. .1
1 ixirrox s ill, which was so shamelessly
fold at auction in Philadelphia
iti-vivi: i.m.mi i- i-.r.
an,l I.tniiiicntal Music in the CO I
. . .r. .
f The Pupils of MksAu.tr. Smith.
ntructrc:.i will eivc a Concert of
i 111 11 m mi pr niri-. nn
'TCKSDAY KVKXIXG. KKI5. IS. 1SCC
The t.rocce. K to be c ven to the Sold era
n i'i 1 : r. .1...
O., instituted for the
, "'" .iuuinur, w., himuuiui i.u mc
n.R.iiiiii ill iiuaiviiiKuui uua. i ui:? u
. .,m all ! r.-el.lo l.onlil. nn.l il.ei- emt i. nml
need something lioyond the me.e hospital
diet which the rules of the Institution at
As the object is one to which all can give
their support, a liberal turn out is requited.
cure aim nruiecuun 01 vino s wouuueu ami
Alint SKpdrcd Soldier, are already
gathered in this Nome, and this nmnkr is
: : . .' r i ti
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
Feb 1, 1866.
ccle a c,ny.nr cither, secured on rollers,
and sent to lus address, postage paid free,
As the ts'tiitcsmtin is a large family weekly
suited to the Soutliern taste, filled
:w'th useful, instructive and cntcrtainig rcad
cral '-'. we commend it to the patronage of cv-
ery Southern reader. Its inducements for
Jnr. I'kizi: i'outuaits of Uiis Lge
iiACKso.v, l he iortrait.s ot thc.-c two
'celebrated Southern General., published bv
(Jeorgc K. Pcrinc. New York, arc now rcadv
Mordeliven-at fl.i"! pcrcopv.
ThcpubMiorsorthc Amrncnu Statttman
iavc secured an unlimited number of them
to offer as premiums to subscribers to their
PP"lar sheet. Kvcry subscriber will re-
ieul,. are very splendid, and we trust it will
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had at 1.., . anmin.. 1
rnno rn i nwir itninrii t lAmhi n i
AMERICAN STATESMAN. 67 Nassau Street, New York.
uas jusi iircseiueu 10 I lie worm, the two
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1 iiitsc .x-iL-iiniii-u cuuiucr ten is,
I.KEaild JACKSON. Nothing can excel them
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pcrietuuii 01 arusuc skui ami ilie-llKC
representation. 1 hev are i-died nn the
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J.vcKsox.-Mit. PitlXCF. of New York eitv.
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finest print paper, !'. by 24 Inches, for fram-'
fold, by HoFSE, UltlSTOI, & Co..
1 utiiisiiers, .ew
York, at only $1.00 per
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coin. A cents and the trade atu summed 111
orders of not less than twelve, at fittv cents
inereonv liein" twenlv.fiee emits Kilnn-
percopj, oeinB twentj-tne cents below the
regular wholesale price.
A very rare chance is thus offered to.
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acents, who can readily make from $2.. to'
i-.'lO per day. and often much more, selline.
these siileniliil in, rl nits "
Tb . 'i. I . ' I,0"rai; ,
The .li r wi. bMtcsnim,, a national pa-
per. published ill New oik, wceklv, at
1 -jlnnr ., .,.1- r:,i. Ii'.i '
,?h " ' "' ' . ' ,I,e
above portraits, as a prize, lree, to every
to that sheet, who sends in his
name anil ),.., supcriptlOll, lie lore tlie
middle ot January. t)nocopyof tbepor-
trait ntlit I1VO ennies nt tlu .fiiiii n
in. in will
1m sent c,..l.i, .. ,,.- ..J.IIL . .. 7
of one dollar.
HOUSE BRISTOL. & CO.,
Publishers, 67 Nassau Street.
For the Farmer.
The Four Dollar Commutation
semen mat uiu ireasuror is not under any '
obligation to collect the tax-t',at he has i
iwcftmmiri power cither to collect or not;
collect. The law gives no such "discrctiona-'
r ler to tlic Xi onf tirer He is placed
under the same egal obligation to collect
the commutation tax as hes m.v other tax !
...Ns.m.ml I ;... r.l.. 1 ..r".i.- 1." I
' Vf "i? ,9 1 lUly btnv , '-c trcaVxr of i
all discretionary power; and it would be a
siuguar jaw iflt did not. It has bee., rep
in resented that the former treasurer of this
C0U,1,J; Mr. ll-iiff, did not collect the eom-
t in duty ; and as a consequence my bail
gllt ncom!l."a.l)Iu aml "'J'sdi removed '
tVom ofricc Thc ,aWji ((. ohio an ,
meet the case of all delinriucnt treasurer 1
as well as auditors. The treasurer takes an
"that he yMjailhfulli discharge all
' 'if ' h,s ?&ea. ,.an,J 1 ,evo it to
the publiu to say in what heht a sworn ofli-
cor wouU fa ,,1,1 if he slTould knowinch-
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Jilt. KlUTOIt: There is cons derable ov-
citemcnt in certain parts of this county in
conseiiuence of the countv Treasurer takiiiR
to collect the Military Commutation
t.-iv nl' four ilnll,iN .1.... IVn... 1..
tax of four dollars, due from
citizen of the county, between the ages of
and 4."i, unless exempted by law. This
"j i.u.-01 nn.-laws 01 wiuo. jjy
reJerotico to thojth Sec. of the law of 1SG5,:
., wt bo seen that nter t ie l:.il. ..I"
tember "il.e t
loot the same (tax) by diarotsor othcrvia
A1- ' 'IM.J-i n.. r, l.. . 1
v' ia mauuuiuiy in us ciiarae-j
muiauuii tax. i nat is all true; lor the rea
son that he had no such jvmer. Mr. Uailfs 1
term expired on tho 1st Monday ofSeptem-
!. is ia -Hi i .1..... :.. i- . ..
.uu I.,,, men in lurcu was inei
act of March 3Ur, 1861. which made it the!
uuiy in iiiu cot
UUty Ol the county Auditor. (liottreasiiirr)
" -w.-sb iiiu -.ijiu .ii U1S11US;, ic. illr. 1
Weitman was then tho Auditor of the conn" '
ty, and cither neglected or refused to collect
,h? For liis dirclictions as an officer !
'T"li.f "'"ir '"'T11' I1"1 i
bail, and lie removed from nfiicc and another,
appointed in his place. Should 1 refuse, as1
some would think 1 outrht. I would be .lire. I
liar. I am as ,iucl, opposed to the Inilitao'
law of Ohio as any tax-payer of the county. ,
It is truly odious and a disgrace to the leg-
ishition of the State, amf o,.sht to be ri
eiuse in uiscuargu ins ttuty in tuts particu
W 0 Slgc, and ought te be re-'
I" tu', x'ul I'lauuy m trKcu out ,
in the law, and I must discharge it consei-
entiously or resign and let the office lie filled
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bv some ncrsnn. if lberni siw-li n-lm .rll.
ling to to swear to do his duty, but docs it
not. I prefer, however, to ptirsuo the for-,
oi'mho0"' cniiTcH iri-r h jr'1"'.1!!
on no to collect by tlistrc or otherwise,'
with tho penalty. 1 havo preferred to tmr-
thn iinKimv lenl .lVll.,l:...., 1
. rf " j . .u.ivv.iiiK, hui
resorting in any easo to dbtreiu. If there
!a'o any who believe the law unconstitutional, .
u) ."au opportunity to test the
ll. ,leelared unennstilntional ., ,
110 person 1
would rejoieo morp than myself.
1 liavo tints, .Mr. hditor. written to re
move a misapprehension which exists in tho
minds of iomo of tho peoplo as to my duty
and powers, for I am loth to believe that
any citizen of tho county .can havo any re
flections upon tho course which I have pur
sued, ancr ho has carefully and candidlv
examined tho matter.
C. S. VORWERK.
Receipts on Subscription.
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2 "I .l,w.l.Miiircr
I 'i J. (It-NliiKcr
2l M. II. HiH hMitltr
2 J. Il.l.im,tcni
1 VI A. Wr.l 1
I II. Kriiu
S ll-ilx-rt .Sbi-lly
i vi N. Hhnil. r
2i J.W. tinihrlo
J. K. Slirankli
t'lil Clmrl)-. AIIImhi
l. J'lIII H
Kimiif-I IPuir r
A.J. Kmrl. k
, J0I111 U'.riniliniri
I- I. iri.-lislrttcr
Inane Yoili r
H VI 1
, 111 1
The Administration at Work.
,1,-i.! . -ilu
UMIl. IIITIIIIIIIIM PI II11C In nnl
intention 14 to have resolution nnoe.ll
. II --..J-u.?ri ... ...Ill-
F.m "IS fi'"r w,'ich p from
:l"'mnis"atlon was at work III ev Hii" -
'TI,K ahmixistiiatiox ix cnssrrrrrtT.
"ft l.-.o U.1...1 .... .1... ..... .
..- ;.. VJK; ul" "at uie 1 -eiicrai o
Connecticut, Postmasters, I
l.nr. .1 n . , , i"'-----
!."crc ln."o"K "'0 President s rccotiitrue-
5rcr l,mM ""'-'fiatiori of the
-V 0 0te lor the early rcadmiS'lOn of
lenncs.-ee, and genera v to hive the r..;nti
, . r , ', ,,0J ,-'"
'Xnlole.1 .I1 furl1' l,I1alfor,n
caletllateu to secure the lliovors in tlin linis.
session of their y.- n: " "ie.
til m. , ... :
vuiit.t.1111 1 1 ii'iv'iirnpj nin n -. '
.". i'""-ew i nrk a few
since, it is believed lor the purpose of con
i"' YM""" "".rHon 01 "n!cut ol-
. um measures to ikj auopt-
ca ,t0 "'"."S Ul,c -'"ccc-'s of this movement.
an,',1., Ic'l'y the platformsto be adopted.
.J !lc Tnbnnc evidently fears that the Ad-
ministration be successful in Connccti-
alld"j ad",nce is attributing a rrspons-
,,Jlltyto thcoflicu- holders thatlielongs real-
ly to the people.
The Marriage of Mrs. Stephen
A. Douglas--The Dress of the
iraiu, .-onaior roster anil ladv liencral
'i,.,......i i 1...1.. , 1 ,' .
......v...-i .1 m i.i.ix, ueticrais lllgaus atlU
"viiiuii, vouiuei i.urioil, .'UsS J etllllC Uatll- '
eroil. of Philadelnht-i Hnn 'I'limtiK A i
o "I " , J ,,u'l'lL..H"'V ,'10.": -1 nomas A.
ocoit ami laiiy, 01 rinladelpllia, and several :
relatives oi thn hriile Tim .tea r.r tt.n '
The Wnliinnn nPil,njil.
JUL jliinRroil .V(r, ol the -4th, says:
J.:il U.YCI1II1-' .nrs. .(le e l . Iniiir .-is trns
united in matrimony with Krcvct ISrigadtcr
Gcneral Kobert Williams, l S. Army.
ine marriage took place at tic residence of
, 1;c bride .'on Xew Jersey avenue, Douglas
j mre. juc
ceremnnv nerf;riiin.l l,.
Iter K-'Minr T ,.!, ,ii..i .. i' .u
IUA. lather jAnell, agisted by JiCV. I'athcr
.lletrtllre. nt ibr. I :.,win,.... I'l.lln-n
V mnni.1 I.a .1 . . IT I ir
....i-..i..i;i.i.iiiTiiir:i.-Ki' wnn. . nn ,-.
Stanton and lartv. I.ie. tanT '.ener.Vl
...... c. , .-
bride was made of white corded sill.- Ibid.
iliuiihs ui 11 u mini-. .0.. iir4 nl TMn..
.in the licckt, and a rich tulle veil. The
bridegroom appeared in full military uni
c .ri . . . .
lorm. 1 lie rooms weri i-Ie.-miK- iln.nri.l
with flowers, and the dinhiv of diamond
ne-irlj nml c,,l.,.t;,l ,i.. .. .1 , .. '
ptaris, and splendid dresses of the lathes
presented a sight at once charming and in -
tcrestinsto the snoct.-itnr."
After the Bendocracy.
.,,.,, ,, . . 1
, Mr. Cntchficld, a Democrat c member of,
,hc Ohio Senate, at Columbu-, has intro-lstntJorohl.!.
duced resolutions i tint l K-'Jl.l. l.
u"vtu rcsoiuiiotls 111 tliat liody wlliell look ,
,0 tlie asaon of Goveinment bonds. As'of
m lit be CllCCted tho Vbnlitinn memCr '
iCent the SCM
"CI"C." ho watch over the interests
l, CK ''?e inen and the white bond
steps u,u Lal,,to1 at Columbus. Mailtson
One ofthe lovalers tlmnlir ihev ,nel-e,l
ofrcnmli-itinn m.l I... n-.w i,
..... .1 ii . . ,. . ""'taiii
.1... 1. . . . .. . .
-L'miocratlc party to rcnudiation ol
UIO PUD icileht. . r. nln i n . fir.I-r,,rl.
,n,le...l thni r. .,.1 "".V: "
c: - - j 4s UIV.U i v. j rtivtiuiiuii
not the repudiation oi the public debt, but!
of the unscrupulous and destructive policy '
Ol tlie ll.-irll- in iimrn il' ... rl '
Critchfield's-rcsolutions will be voted don!
iueerj luea 01 ail attempt to insinuate
that thebomlnerner nf ibis t , v.;,l,l l.jluns
should bear their proportion of the public
1 ... . . ".' '"s". .....u
iioiiiu bear their proportion ol the nub he
1 """i p repugnant to the patriot iu gen
tlcmcn who watch over the interest
, , , .. , , , . . - ...
XX lirV..mi drilled
by us. We have uu-illties lor tilllm; ordeis un
muuaraiion fcUI liav.,.u y 1U1V OUM , Ulls )UIUry,
"r co',rir works arc. of the most improved
VOT'CK Is hereby given that a Trillion w ill
A. I. 1st!, tor an alte-atlon in tlie road leading
fr"" Holmesvlile, In Holmes county, to l.u
suo dovlUe, In AMdand county. Said alteration
J. & G. IV. JUAESSi.K,
Hnve on hand a sood Stock of
WINKS, LIQUORS, AC,
" ) v "ran s inui.iiug, im-
All KU1US 01 (.OUIllrV rrCUUCC UOlIjrllt
FOR CASH, AND SOLD LOW.
Give UK it Cull.
j. .t a. w. (.itAEssLn.
January 23th, ISM. tf
V. T. SHUFJSLDT & CO.
., , ,, ., o,,.p.,
'l,-lJUJl"i'j 1 UUl-jOl lUlLCi, It IIOJAIliiS
And the Celebrated
Oitice, 10 Soitii Water Strect,
t 'llt-llH, HI.
Clilcago Is now the cheapest spirit, and grain
const ruction, ami wedo not hesliatelo say thai
wearo dally Idling iiideis fur whisky Irom par
ties 111 1'itlsl.uri.h and eisewheie, who noli!
mi-ill 101 .li ,
nml then gi-t double our price,
"PMI I'MHT V V P1V" !
i,iii.i .'lOlAi til.s
'.. P". "f Py I'T'ts. and 1
i"! i? ..ierc"!..'!.!'." cmra.rylm ,r m
r" marly out ..r the question, s.n.i- t.w, 1
Satf, X ,
'".' ."'""V"-', ' M ,M
lV V,. - i
J""' S'M,, ,ww-m(Vi
in ismiuieuce wnere tne liudouvlllo road'
crosses the west Hue of the south-west quarter1
VeTiVu" of Prai'rieVo'wns'hi'..- Vh'emsf'sout'hon
iheeast sidenf the west Hnoof said section, to
y'1'? ..""V? "'lOlH Iniemcts tho ludonvllle
road again and there to end.
Jnunary "th, 1 Wi.
XJOTICi: Is hereby given that tho partnership
heretofore existing U-tween the undersign
ed, has been dlssolMsl by mutual consent.
The warehouse business w til be continued hv
Hrnry.v It.ildwln Homer.
Mlllersbulg, January " 1?0G
'nnl- ".i'liiiiB mnn uini on un- jjui nayra
'.lune. I-O-l. one II. W. I-sIle. lis the airent ofsnid
fendant, fraudulently and bv taNe represen-
miion iimuceu ine sain pininiii. iou;n nnn ex-
vent en ceitnln contruct In wrltina tor tlie ?nle
and conveyance of certain iiiinerul stonecoal in
nndunder c-rlalii real estate lylus and beincln
s-iid Ilolmei. county. mid in Mii-I eontraet de-
inoix'i nmrr in mc innrKei. i can
..1 ..... Iuuli ..Ui.
1 ri:n. v'i'i:i'
- ..,,, ,
tItrnritONir II SPIIN"I'IDI"1! or Panal
V l "iJr. i, tne " iintv Vf 'nVVawU mL
'did. on the lith day or January. A.I), ls-w, rile
l,U iKtition in the otliee of tlie Clerk of thedmrt
cim ...mtV for tbeeo.X o'f
llnlmes and State of TilUo. ehnrdiic the .iaid
... . . .
cvctiinirs'rciirrseiitatlon, the plain
lion is inai nam fiinintui luiij- uw.th-11 oi'l
'nndofnoelTect lietween the parties, and that
thoplalntlirinay tx' releaseil from each and ev-
ery covenant In said contract set forth. And
the said O. S. I.yrord Is notified that he Is re-
iplired to appear and answer said petition on
,!ri;i.rorethc third Saturday after the Ilrst day
i- reucroiuca u. s-ennemer, wnion petition
atl'ecilon, and that dread disease, Cm-
ii' voi; iv.i.vr a
bt WBNCJ MACHINE.
, ",A,,n.ri,,ll,nnnrllirpriillcln.l(if Hew
lliwlili.i m.nr Mi,.rirl 111 tin- I'nl.llr. II,
mi.:;; .v;- r..:r. "v:..1."?.1 ."r,,.,'"r,"..",,y'"t
wurtti Inly I mr
rul ninlly irifr-
Grovcr A: Hnkcr Machines
nre tlin lx-t ! Iiul wonM llln i-vi ry nnn to tio
refuiiil tin; ey,,"! 'rrr.,:,"," wlii-r llicy .1.1
noiKivci-iuirniuiiiiiiar-iioii; or ir 111 i-rRon
"lioiiM ImvennyiloiMilMor my wllllnEii. .-.loiio
wliat I iiroinlv, I will tnki- one lmlfnii T llvcry
! of inncliliii', the hnhiriri: when the riiu' hlnn in
trlml nri'l npprovrl, If tintupprovo'l themoni-y
1'-'il'l will I"! ri-foiiil. il.
I hnvn rnrK-hliii-M In uronl vnrlMy of stylr-xniiil
prlwu.nriil inahlliK i-ltln-r the rirover A-Itnki r
Kl.ntleMltcli, or l.K.k xtlteh, i tho piirr-hai-rii
"-iy prefer, (wlileli uru the only two ntltche
worth nn tiling. 1
I will ilclivi-r .Muclilin s nml Klvnnll the n
I Ullesvir-Instructions nnywhere within 20 irillen
of Hhniu-svllle, without i-xlrii tlmrire.
0'y-.'lr nlar Klvliufull Iiiforiiuitioii nnilwim
1 tiU-n i.rMeu-ltitr will l.ehi-rit hv mnll free.
Aililreus OhOKOH HMITIt
I Alt A 1.80 AOKNT FOIl
ffoodriiffs Patent parlableBaroBCters
li.lnKle.lny tonnv farmer whohnslmy toinnke.
I..n.-r tnr.-fiin.l the iiioney. If three inolith'iil
trial iloi-s nolnullnry llie purciinser.
also aoi:nt i on
Wilson's Tclezrapli Fodder Culler,
,y f Hi,e, n. the state of bhfo. did, on the
Kith day of JlecemlK-r.A. 1). iyo,nie hli petition
I" theoiriceof the Clerk of the Court of Omi-
mon I'l.-as within nml for the county orilolmes
.InldStatoof Ohio. aalnnt the said O.H.l.y-
foril, defendant, scttiiii; forth that on the 20th
day of .lime, ivr,, tiioiicrcminnt iiy his azent,
false and fraudulent
lalntlirx slRiiulure to n
certain eonlraet In n rilliiL'. In snlil iwlltton set
rorlli. lor tne sale and eon veyance oi an me
stoneroal Kltuate iimlerthefolIowlnKdeserlbed
rent estnte, lylmc nml Ix-inij 111 the said county
of Holmes mid State of Ohio, to.wlt : All that
p-m of the farm owned ny ine neirs n jiimi-s
McOiuithev, di-ceaset. In the township or llal
dy, whiuii lies east of the Mlllersburif and Wool
ter road running through said .Me-aushey-ii
land. Said petition further sets forth that the
said defendant hnth wholly ncslecteiliind refu
sed to comply with his covenants In f.ald con
tract as ho wasliound to do by the terms there-
lof. and that the plalutltr hath nntltle.l him of
the fact. The object and prayer of which r-tl-
oi l eomary, .. u. i-sio.
w.u. o. Mcc.vrriiirv.
Tly CniTcimnui & I'm., his A '..
I) t lii- -;
S. I.YFOKD. of theCounty ofCriiwf.ini. In
theStatcor lVnnsylvanla, will take notice
that Daniel French, of the County ol Holmes
.....i ..ri .til.. .1 i.i .nt iit. iKiii .riiwu...
lnr. A . II. lM'.V 111., bis oi-tltion in tlie f .ilirt ,ir
- - - . . : . --t - -
V"?"''"", S.. ,V V.'. ""llT,T ',",7..: "l,'.VV Ur
:'.--. -. ,-.;.. --
1!"." T" ! ' ll!
tract, and pravinc that said imntrnct 'between
thesuld nlaltit lll ati.l defendant mnv be recinded
f.nit deer en 10 imw nouv uini ami vom.
1...1 . i,...i..r...,,i.,i iv,w,ii,..i ,int 1... i
f.nil deer eii 10 iiewnoiiy nun nnn void.
tnnppenrnnd answer said petition on or before
the tldrd Saturday after the .-list davof January,
a. D.lsoi. DANIUD FHi:N('II. I'lalntitr.
Vookiiks.v. Hm-.n, Attorneys lor I'lalntitr.
voohiiks.v Itm-.n. Attorneys lor i-iaintin.
without any eauseor lu-tltlcntlon on his nart:
and asklimthat he niay be divorced from tlie
nuii r rau-nuiira a, sciiiii-uut, uini :uu'iii
will stand for honrlmt at .the next tern. M said
-ouri. ui.inuir. nuii.sr.ini.n.
- llyCiiiruinm-tiA I nr..
Jan. U.lsftS wO
,,7..' W ?r WrSM
havincrsuirereil lor several yiars witli a sever.'
Muontloli is !iii:liiii 10 mute Lnown to lis f.-l.
low-siiin-ri-rs tin- mennsor . nn-.
To all who desire It. he will. send a copy of the
ii iii-- 11.1 in trim 1 iii 111111 11-1111 mi- s.iiiii-,
..inu .in-. . 11.01111111 1.1. . ..i. u.i i.o.--i..it-i)
TION, Asthma, HltoNrlllTIs. Cnrfiii. C01.PS.
and all Throat and lame Atl'ei-tlons. The only
object In tile advertiser In senium; the I'reserlp
, Hon Is to benefit the atUU-ted, and spread lutur
' matlnn which lie conc eives to lie invaluable,
and he hopes every sulb-rer will try his remedy
ns it will cost them nothing, and may prove a
Par tick wishing the prescription, i"m:rj, by
return mnll, wdl please address
Kkv. KDWAItD A. tVn.siOX,
ITyl Willlamsmtrgli, Klnss t-o New York.
PEAClf WITH FRANCE'!
AND ALL TIIK WOULD,
War Against High Prices.
The undersigned has opened nt his well
ktiouu establishment at
A very large and desirable stock of fall A win-
tergoods. which lu otters at nrices which can-
lint tail to please those who wish to buy.
His slock consists is part of llrown A Illench
cd Muslins. Prints, liinghams. Delaines, oi.
benrs. Alnnecas. Ac. A lull line of llres.s nml
Shirting Flannels, Jeans, Tweids, s-atlncttx,
Fanners and .Mechanics Cas.slmere.s. Union and
'nll Wool Casslmcres, Cloths, shawls. Cloaks,
Kure, Wlilte (ioods. Notions, Hats anil Caps,
iDieensware. nml l.rocerle, all putviiased on
ruis, ami win ne.soiu at very .snort
nrollts. for C.uh or Cmmtry I'roUuce.
03 I respect fullv solicit an examination of
ft... . 1 .. . r r . . ..
si ii-s, iiiuiiii.v xi im prices 01 l-imkiv, leeum; i-ou-
ri.lcnt 1 can
niiike It your Ititcrcst to iiurchase
-r. -,-, Jt.liiA.Si.
le O Jan is sfii -
ill i 1 1
HOW LOSI, ItOW LCMOrCtl.
. . , ,. , , ,,,, ,
. U,1!.1i-k!M.-,.",Iw,. 1' 1
;r. it i. i-.itw 1-.L.I. s teieiirateii
1-iijAv on therddicdcure'.iwltliout
medicine) of Snermatoirlio'a. or
seminal Weakness, Involuntary seminal Loss,
is, linpotency. Mental and t'liyslcal Incapaci
ty, Impediments to JI.iril.ite, etc.; also, Con
sumption, Fpilcpsy, and Fits, Induced by sell
indulgence or sexual extravagance.
ea-Frloe, lu a sealed envelope, only fl cents.
'I'lin l..ir:il.l 11 11 111 or 111 tlil ml mlrtilile revn V
clearly demonstrates, irom a thlity yi ars' suc-
cessiul practice, that Hie alarming conciucn-
ce.sof sell-abuse may be radicidly i-urisl without
thedangerous use of internal medicine or the
Iir''Vn',, In, e'jrin Ket'ua'!
knife-pointing out a mode
i.Vr l'.'eD-" SC'rii m
: 1 ;Vet i
criVil ! mi'li-r ''.ml'n'it, '
uuerer, noma-.ier wiiai
VSSSL. to any
nddr.-ss, ,kui jotm, on rweipt of six cents, or two
i)t stamps, .ddressthepubiishers,
ijiias. j. i. . j.i,i.r. a.
12T Itowery, Yew York, l'ost office box 4,.Vst3.
Jan. is, lswl vl
WHILE THE IRON IS HOT
Are selling their
rAULOK AXD HE1TIXG STOVES
Those In need of a Stove will call soon, ira
TIN WAKK ns cheap ns the elicapest.
Kveryhoily come nml bring tho neghborJ.
January '-1th, lsnfltf
If Von want nn Overcoat tit t.'oM,
Go to COHN'S Clothing Store.
cm ix- cmpioycu
coated, they are nl
Lures nave noen
were they not Mib
nltid wsition and
ioui .stomactie, Aausea, iniinjesi on, florid In-
action of the Dowels and I'ainn.Wm.' therefrom
F-nttilency. fxs of Appetite.nll dlaes whicli
w-'inire an evacuant medii-lii". They also, b-
purlfylni: thebloo.1 and stlmulattnsthesy,tem
cure many complaints which it would ,i,,t be
jip;osj they couM reach, sud. as Deafness,
1 artial Hllndnts, euralla and Nervous Irrl
. "Idllty, Derantte.nents of the l.lver and Kid-
ncysOoUt. and o her kinilreileomplalntsnrls
CmocmIs Coming Down
llotfn lenvn to Inform the rltlrr-ns of llotmr-Ji
i cui:ivin nun upcMlng
herryholnn-. .Mlllernlnir?, Holinen county, O,
very line uiul desirable Mtoek of
n very nii iuAdm V ,
WIINTER GOODS I
AT KKDUCKI) 1'llICKS I
He Int. tl.U to Kelt hi. Br1.l ll, . , .
(,'AHII prlcea jKwslhle. He hus u lare ii,t of
at v:nr low vhici;i.
CAI.ICOI'-S nt rwlureil prices.
Jlen ntnl Iloy'iiHummcr Ware,
llleiielifil nml llrown HIiM-tlncs
Al Jlrtlucct Print !
JIAJo X CAI'a,
Qticcnsicarc, A'c, A'r.
A very fine assortment of
At very LOW I'MCIX
In met he hwi a full Stock of
All Kinds of GOODS
Usually kept In n retail store, nil of which will
oo sold at the very
Lowest .Market Pi'lccn
FOR CASH OR PRODUCE.
- S H
Paid for ISutter, Ku-xs. I-ird. Feathers. I!een-nT
Oitmtry Soap, and ull email
ixiugni in stores.
Dec. 2-1, lWO tf
Aycr's Gatliartic Pills
Alti: the most perfect
purt-atlve wliltli we
ft, I, I,',.,''
Ct iVvi! "i '.. If.? .:
Vimylxuly Their eWts
- i. uiv eommun ny now
muc-n ineyexcei tneor
Tl!ev?,V. wllnVi'JV u,e
, uiVoV,?'' ThV r'lr':
etrntln? properties stlrnuiatc the vital netivi-
ties of the IKly, remove tlic obstructions ofiu
organs, pur.,," the blo.il, and nirl dlense.
'i hey purse out .... foul humor, , which i breed &
srow dlstemi-cr.stimulatfl '.,,rlh ordNorder -
. OI"??,n', ."lto tlielrnntural netion, nnn Impart
u healthy tone w-ith urenu-th to the whole sys -
tern. .Not only do thev cure theeveryJ.-iy com -
iiuiimoicvcryoou.v, oui aii-o iormiiianie and
tlfiML.eroiis itlu-iikp.. Whf 1 thev ririMlnou nr.n-
-..-- - -.. .- ... ... . . . j t-
.' " '.7V, "Vi 'lrS S.T'.J," 'l'."1:
- -. ... ......
lor cuiiiircn. i.eina mi-ar-
enant to tal:e: and. lwin?
are free from any risk of harm
maoe wnien 5tirpas ijeiief
ubstantlateil by men of such ex-
diameter, as to forbid the
of untruth. Many eminent elerzv-
Physlcinns have lent their names to
certify to the public the reliability of our jctne-
hlleottier.s haesent us llie assurance of
ir conviction that, onr Preparations eontrih.
lite immensely to the relief ot ouraflllcted.suf-
ferltl' MIOW men.
The nsents below named are pleas, d tnfnrn-'
Migrans our American Almanac, on
directions for the use and certificate,,
.cures, of the followinc complaints :
rostivenes-. Dillious I'omplaints, n:
1 osnveness. inuious l omniaints. iiiienm.-i.
.Do not be put ofTby unprincipled dealers xvlth
other preparations which they make more profit
on. Iietuand Aycr's and take no others. The
sii-k want the best aid there is for them, and
they should have it.
I'repared by J.C. AYHUA-Co, Lowell, Mass.,
and sold bv . . K. Haiti'. J. It. Folwell. and Yer-
Kin A KIllinKcr. .1illersburp: J. McDowell, Ox-
roru; u. iirner. .Nasiivme; 1,. uero.-r. Wetnsberg
ner. .asiiviiie-, n. uero.-r. einsnerg
Holiueavllle, and by dealers every-
KOItGnjIcDAXIKLS and Amanda MeDan
f ielshls wile, of the State of Indiana. James
Ilcrehcl and Martha llerchel Ids wife, who are
non-reslilent.s of the .State of Ohio, will take no-
that Kebecea Seabrooks of the State nf i
nnsvlvanla.dld. on the LSith dav of Xm-em.
her, A. D. lsiK, (He lier petition in the Court of1
vommun i-ieas wiiniuannior tne couniyori
Holmes, in the State of Ohio, airalnst the sail! '
lieore Mcllaniels, Amanda MeDanlcls, James
llerchel, Martha Iterehet, Maria Holand ami
Mary A. Itobinet, defendants, setting forth that ,
on the 1-thday of January, A. D. lsiu, she was
let-ally married to one .lames Seabrooks, that
lias since that time departed this Itfe, -on or
aouiii ine i s t uav oi wioimt, is,s,, mat uurinR
........ . ...... ....... .!... .. . im-.j, in.-.-.iiiu i
u.uui-s oe.ioioous, ue was scixeu oi an t-siaiu oi
n , . A'r"- .'" T..'.r "V,
the undivided three-tltths of the south half of
the north-east quarter or section number thirtv
four, township iiumlier tirteen. of ranne twelve,
Virginia milltao' chool lands, containing sj
acres, subject tothodowerestate heretofore set
ntftothe widow-of Arehiliald Sciibrcxiks, dee'd,
1 ti 1 tf wtitxin nf ci lit -"itfTlif nnm rrnut riali.
nraver of whicb netllion is. that ber reasnr-iltlo
..v. . ..i-
dower In said premises may be decreed, and '
set otr to the said Rebecca Seabrooks. The said !
defendants are reoulred To answer or demur to
said petition on or before the 1st dav of the
next term of said Court, to be holden in said
county. F.FllKCCA SKAHItoiiKis.
Hy Cittrciu-inu & L'HI., ner Atty's.
January 1J, IS.W-WS
1:0.4 U AOTICr.
Their will be a pctltim presented to thc hon
orable Commissioners 01 jiuinies i-ouiu.i
iihl,, nt llieir .March session. A. D. 16'
praving for an alteration in tlie county road
leading from Nashville to Naioleiin; the altera-
tion to commence on Dot number rtve, range
nine, townsliip nine, part seven. Thc said al-
it-ration to commence twelve or Iltlecn rods
norm or I., i.iasgo s uweiung House, al nguni-
Istumn north of said ro.nl : tin nee north to lot
iiiiiuiK.-r mx hi iiieursirjuaricr, muni lownsi ii
,,il I l 1. f tirr... 1 1 1 ull I.I.M 1 1 t ll mil 1.1. ...lilt till
.. -"--. ".- -.
;n the line betwixt William Sloan's, landand
land owned by D. (i. luttle, 10 the county road '
north of said fot nunilicr si.; thence west along
...1.1 .......I .....I ,l.A ,,..r,l. .1.1.. f ,1... 1.....I ....... .
said road and on tlie northsldeof thelandown-t
cd by William Sloan to tlie north-west corner
or said lot number six where it will Intersect I
the old road that 1 proposed to be vacated; and
there to ceae.
Your lmmble IVtitloncrs ask your honorable
body 10 vacate so much of tlie old road as, is 1
included In the new. i
January Id, ISM-wI
OTICH is hereby given that a Petition will'
lie nrcsented to tho Townshiii Trustees of
ll..r.lv i .-nsi,i., iMiii.n. f ii.i., in their
ne-vt session to be held .in tiiU tiiTlav of
V D isSf i mvlni mr ti e esti lisb icTi77f ,
.TTownsh i'J P .Vii 5 f he'r o,low .u!l J 1
route : i-oinmenclng on tho Slate road leading
V.. .'..',.,... " .. V..K. "'...'.'"'.-' .,"' ......'"'vi
...ii .ttti.t-i si.ui a, in s.iiti 1.-01111 i.i , ill tllf ll.l 11 ui i
Nllsbvllle III K.-iiil cnllllte nl nnollit iiboill HHlt
arils i.nsLiii wnni is Known ns i vers saw mill '
In said township, and ntioul two miles West of
said Mlllendiurg; thence South along tlic line
between the lands orsald Fyers and what was 1
Mi yards to aprlvatnroad leading to tho farm'
ofDcvl Close, in said township; ihenceWes.t'
said private road to the termination .
thereof on said Closa's farm: from thonco West
alon the sonth side of Bear Run. to the town-1
ship line between said Hardy township nnd
Monroo township, at or near a pair of bars on ,
fo.i, ...... ...iAfi i... i... s-i i... ...i .: -
' .-sM,ivii i... .ii. .-.in, . i.u, uini ini'ii- ii, i
I l-l J 11-. unci ollif.ru I
rOTICF. Is hereby given that I have left my I
wife Fhilanena. und that all nt-rsoiis are'
hereby varne.1 not to give her credit on inv nc-j
count, ns I will pay no deblsof bercontracting.
Jan. IS, IsW ADAM HON Dll KIM Kit.
...... ... .......... . ,
lac cremiors oi jacoo iiouenuamer,occeaicii,
ni ii-.. .1,.,. n,.. ,. ...... ,.. HI...J i
.' in. A iv m'der of
' my 17 .enta oi
ills una I account nl said estate,
Court of Holmes county, Ohio,
said court, he Ik now ready to
the dollar, on claims airalnst snld estate.
JOHN CAHY, Jr..
Admr. of J. lIiKlenhamer, dee'd.
Jan. is, iv.iw.;
lltA.Olt STKOl'Js, lim'SHKS.
SOAI'.S, fcV, ivC
nt Hie KooK Sioro.
Uiotli day of Decemlwr. In the year lWi,
V',,ne Frobato Court of Holmes county de
along clared tho estate of David att.rteceased, to lie
Insolven t. Creditors are tlieretoro required t.i
Pi6"' tnclr claims acftlr.st said estate to tho
undersigned, for allowance within tax months
from t hi t me above mentioned, or taey will
not be entitled to navment.
SEE ! SEE
'Goods Greatly Reduced!
Tho Timo to Buy Hns Come,
A SPLENDID STOCK: i
koch's on the corner.
I tnnilc my piircliniex In Ne- Yorlc nnd 1'hlN
n'h-lphln nt n Kweeplrie reiliictlim In Uioiiiti
of 1IOMI-STK!, FANCY anU HTAl'l.K
-p. -n -r
' k' -X
at very nenrone.hnlf the ununt rates, and vlTct
to purchasers my entire Htoek
A ta Small Advance on tho Cost.
My Motto Is ! "Hell flood nml tlienpfjoodn."
COM E OX IJ ! OO.II K A 1. 1 !
lamt see for yourselves ami brlna nlong your
i Mtutlcr, ItSKX, ljfivdy A'r.
' .es-WeimvllinhlKhestprk-oln CAH1I for oil
,kimis of rtt(nfci:.-a
! J. 15. KOCH, jr.
HCpl. -.Ttli, lSCj.
IN FULL BLAST!
IIiu on hand a Inraeiitock nml fine assortment
Con feci iriii arics,
IlVilc.v, JAquoi's A'c,
vi.o ni.uii, one uoor i-.nsi or tno
I r.iiipir.; iiou-, which lie will Sell ah low US nt
any other establishment In town.
i ills Stock consists of fine COVFF.IIS, HV-
(I All. lllf't:. TllAN. SO A 1:1. ItAHl.v.Y r-i.v.
' Dl.M, HAtSIXH, jritlAtxri, f'WAJtX. ic.
Of i.ll kinds always kept on hand, and Farmers
are invited to l.rlni in their Produce, which
I will taken at the lilirhext cash prices,
, In eonnertion with the roery, he kc-ps n
I fine I.unclllloolll. Where llielrrrleMil weniifili.-nv.
1 be necijinodutcd with gwxl Fresh OYrfri;H"ri,
-"oc: OU, for ale by t.re callon. -i
I'iw-e and examine our stocl:.
,, r... . ,L.01-ItOU ADI.r.It.
"--'"k, ". -.
. , .nfiiv-r..
J'-K SFOTT. who resides in Wnpp.tln coun-
. '' '". Woo.l and William Woods
mantlrn SVr "ht Albert WriKht and M illon
Wrieht who reih i- in V.W?l'i mm v C
ud Tesse WHifht wi.oresh
,., wll talnoUe ti at V1 liam ScoTt??;
administrator oftlic estate of Kdwnrd I! Scott
deceased, on the.wth da v of December A. D. li!
filed his petition In the Probate Court of Jlolmes
county uiid .State of Ohio, allccln" that tho r.er-
sonal estoteof said decedent Is insutllcirnt to
pay his debts and the Oar-tos of admiiilstering
'".l.t, lio .tfe.l in fee Mmplo of
,,. jnugwin. fjescrioea real estate. Fiiuato in
the count v of Holmes nnii Kmto r,r rihio m.n-n.
th.. u-ih!.if nr fi.,nii......... n.,n.i,!...fDn...
tion number one. townshlnRcvcntteu and rnncu
fourteen, containing m ncre
Alio, the north-ea.--t quarter of the south-east
quarter of section two, township seventeen and
rilTln fnlirlf.M ...... f n 1 1. I rtr lltni.... Tlio. .nlil
.resn. sit i.'.r- -,mi. t,.,.it-,ii svii.
llnm Wri-rPit. stnnnilin 'writ nn.1 Aihen.
v-ri..i.. i.,nuii,.,. .-.i. i...t. 1
T..rCn'n.. -:n.m c 1,1. i,i. "...
hold the next ct.-it.- of inheritance therein. ' '
Til., nruver of sniil netltlnn U (nr Ihr. cnlnnf
snin ircinie- to nay
the debts and eharse
aforesaid. Said petition will be lor hcarlnc on
the 2nd day of February. A. D. lsW.
A-lmr. of Hd ward 1J. Seott, deceased.
Ji.nuary 4, Is3 w j
A(Imi:n;tr:itors Sale of Ileal
IN" pursuance of nn order urnrited bv tb' Pro
Inite Curt of Holmes county, Ohio, I will
oiler for sale at pnbllcauctlon
Oil the Zrd da; nf FtLruary, A. I). 1 SCO,
at one o'clock in tlie afternoon of said day, on
the premises, in the tow 11 ofMllIcrsliun:, county
ot Holmes and State of Ohio, the following de
scribed real estate situate in said countv of
Holmes and State of Ohio, to-wlt: In-I.ot No.
one hundred and thirty-two '132 In the town of
Millersbursr, the county seat of said Holmes
Appraised at .".V).
Terms Of sale one.thlr.1 ensli. r.np.tbtril to
one aim onc-thir.l in two years irom the day of
one an.; onc-inir.t in two vrars Irom the day of
sale, to lie secured by morttane on the premises
sold, ami the deferred tiavinunts. to bear inter
est from day of sale.
A Irar. of the estate of Peter IMlnger, dee'd.
January 1th, lsij.
Jacob HOLLiNGEie. ootleih i:hi:;
iR I H ltrlS 813 I'O" 1 1 HI ri'
" " s,
The subscrlljers have opened and refitted tho
Mlllcrsburg Foundry, and are prepared
To do nil Kinds of Casting
In the most durable manner, and at prices that
will compete with any other Foundry.
In connection with the Foundry, we have tho
tMiutio for doing
an Kinas 01
ri- . I
imilins & Fitting.
V.V also do alt kinds of Wood Turning in tlie
uo-,1 style. Straight and Scroll Sawlns done to
or' or- Fatterns of all kinds made to order
llr,Mm Haixllo Ijitlics made and warranted to
work, or no sale.
S-Jobbing of all kinds promptly attended to.
0nP hundred Tuns of wroutdiland cast rod
.... ... .
mmm cran iron wanie.1.
lliJl.l.U".lillb cs llll.si..
MIUerstiurK.Januury is, IsM.
u. J. MOKHIS.
T.TATJ T TC X, CTvTATTi'7
JuOKKlO CC tiitlLl6,
IJ?i onI Clinn llilf.-nnc
tlJUl" im unut .iilii.Vvl o
Are In readiness to r.ll all orders In their line.
on short notice. They keep on on hand none
but the best quality 01 material, and make nil
kinds of work, coarse and line, in such manner
as to give satisfaction. A quantity ot work
kept on hand for sale
WOF.IC WAltr.ANTKP. Prices moderate.
Dooms one door West nf Welrich's Hardware
11. .1. MOItltlS.
January 1, ISftl.
' the 1st dav of Janttarv. A. D. lfiVS. the Trn.
bate Court of Holmes countv. declared thn
estate of I.evl Manic, deceased, to be nrobablv
Insolvent. Credit. us are therefore required to
present their claims against the estate to the
undersigned for allowance within six months
Irom tlie time above mentioned, or they w ill
not bo entitled to payment.
AJm-.'. of the estate ot Levt Jlaple.tlcc'd.
January 15th, lsh6.
To Discharged Soldiers.
,iln, ,,.i, mnv , ,,,mr.,i infntrTT rtnnn
To tlinse -r no niav be entitled to fntnre bnnn-
'"'ff 'n nave ineir nusiness as wen none anil
as cheap at home, as they can nt Columbus, o
,,r OIIlcr P1'"'1"- 1 would therefore advise
fvery soldler'to keep his discharge in his own
I1," "J " " V.1 V?n5lT p:!i!,??-S,lu.
tlier bounties to tho men nf lsiVJ and Isicl.
r, ... ..i'..niTT
.Ml'v nt fjnr niul Claim Acellt.
Millerslinrg.O., Jan. is, 1;.
......... :. . .....
Administrator o mvld
Id Watt, deceased.
lreccmlivx 2sth, Isim,
Grand Farm for Sale.
Consisting of -tOO Acres,
WithRUperlorlmprovctiienls, well wateredand
tlmlicreih ;) acres cleared: a)acress Ilrst class
!........ i.iml. A lnnn nmotinl of tho farm ill
. V-i...r,. i.. lii.i.n... .-oi iiiv iiniiten
oo1 crass, sltn-ite In Holmes i niintj , i. nines
mM lersbu.oi.;h.r.r.ltoyon,ie'r. HU
known as the Jonathan llutler farm. Terms
Long payments, so that the procoed.
the farm can W made to meet them.
AnPIV toll) I nomas juiit-!,, on me or.-ioi.i-s.
oan.ll.lW ISAIAH JUNKS.
Vlilps a nil I.rtslH's!
Jjirgelotof ftf'UfJFand If. 1 1 V'O.V irHJV.
PJ.F. 7II-CA-, and tiltKM' SK1X WJlir
liS7'Jut rivcivtd at tho
Jiin'sV' wi llOOKHTortC.