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..MARCH 1ft, 1800
THURSDAY. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Off for the East. Lows lUvms started for New York on Mnndnjr last, to buy lilg Fprln;,' supply of fuglilimaulu goods. Selling at Cost. J .Mum-auk proposes tn snll gootln nt cot until tlie first of April, nt wliich time lio expects to ro ccivfl his new stock. New Goods. John E. Koch in nboiit receiving a very litrfro stock of .Spring nnd Summer goods. His adver tisement will appear next week. Olvo Llm a cull. ' ' Still They Come. Wo aro indebted to Mr. James MrConnei.l, Arkw Donnkl nnd olliers for lists of new sub scribers. 8eventy-fivo now subscribers hnvp been added to our lint sineo tlio first of Murcli. Wc hav now a larger circulation than any paper has ever heretofore had in Holmes county, and "the cry is still they come." Lot 'cm come. ' ' Roll Up. Yea roll up, tumblo up, walk up, run up, rido up, or any wny at oil bo you get up to Clieriyholme's store to seo tho immense piles of new goods that arc now arriving from tho Eastern cities. It Is said to bo tho largest, most fashionable and the cheapest stock of goods ever brought to this coun ty. Wo are requested to Say that Mr. C. is still selling old goods ,nt tho old prices which is a little cheaper than "cost" at other establishments. Review of Helper. Gilbert J. Hhese, Esq., editor of the Banner of Liberty, Middlutowu, New York, will in a few days issue in pamphlet form his review of Helper's Impending Crisis. Helper's Crisis will be the great Black Republican document diiring tho com ing contest, and every Democrat Should have Beebe's i eview to meet them with. Wc have read most of it aud wo dud that it not only reviews Hel per but its telling truths and undeniablo statistics completely crushes him out. It will be sent, post, ago prepaid, to any part, of the United States at tho following rates: Single copy, 25ets.; 5 copies $1 ; thirty copies $5; Ono hundred copies $15. Address G. J. Behhk, Middletown, N. Y- Revival. Tho protracted meeting at Rev. Mr. Knisely's .Church, Lutheran, closed on Monday evening last. Twenty-fivo were added to tho church during tho week the meeting continued. Rev. Mr. Kniselv, though quite a young man, is a very eloquent di vine, and ho has in the short time he has been lo cated at this place won tho coup deuce and esteem of tho entire community. Primary Election. All who desire to bo candidates for nomination at the Democratio Primary election, of Hardy Township, in order to have their names on the ticket for either Township or Corporation offices, must hand their names in to us ou or before Fri day, March 9.3d. Wo will expect each namo to be accompanied with 2," cents to pay for printing tickets. Let all candidate? remember this so that there may bo uo Complaints if their names are not on the ticket. I I Holmes County Elections. ITiis week wo commence the publication of tlio official vote of Holmes county at the several elec tions from the organisation of the county up to the present time. Wo think this will prove interest ing to our readers, and wo would suggest to thein I1...I Idn ttw. .11 .1 - 1 t m.lj o.i vuvJ p.jjuia uuiti muy gut ail 10 gether. Thoso marked with a were elected. The iirst election for County Oilicers was held ou the 4th of April 1825, and resulted as follows : Sheriff. Daniel Hutchinson 321 James MeCouuell i2jj John Carey -,n:j Thomas liaskins (J7 William McConncll Auditor. eth Hunt , 432 John Uuehauau 303 George Riehnian 1 Commissioner. Frederick Hall 505 Griffith Johnson 440 David '". Finney yjS William Anderson 300 Josiuh llcall 241 George Castor lyti David Knox 107 Charles Kigdon , 4G Asa Critchheld 17 John Finney 1 Coroner. Anson Whoatou , 584 Georva Stout .100 Julm Woods F.LKOT10N ociobebIIth, 1825. Representative. Samuel S, Henry. . . . Jesse Morgan John C. Stewart..... . 22 .309 ..115 ..111 Alexander Lochhart 77 Chailoa Rigdon 53 Sheriff. Daniel Hutchinson 456 Anson W heatou 1 93 Auditor Seth Hunt C21 l'hoinna Hoxkina 34 Commisiioners. David T. Finnov C3d Frederick Hull 645 Orillith Johnston 6d8 suction ocTonEn 10th. 1626. tor Congress. John M. Gomlentv 500 John (J. Wright 213 Walter B. Bebee 6G Senator. Joseph H. Larnill 3C1 Edward Avery 393 Peter Casoy ,. . . 3 Jeseph Larwill 59 Representative. Samuel S. Henry 350 John Glasgow 184 Ji3.se Morgan 180 John C. Stewart 174 Commissioner. William AmleriMu 533 Frederick Hull lllti Stephen JS'orrU 73 KLECTioN oeronta 9th, lr?27. Representative. John Glasgow 255 John C. Stewart 219 Jesso Morgan 20G Jacob Dowell 144 Charles Rigdou . . 63 Sheriff. James French 593 James MeCouuell 309 Auditor. Suth Hunt 5G0 John Miller 343 C oroner. A nson W h e.tton 004 AbrahaiikSlniinplin 255 Treasurer. Jonathan Korns 208 Georgo Stout 203 Daniel Hutchison 15S Samuel C. McDowell 143 John Carev 120 HughMcCulloch 45 Commissioner. Jacob Ilalt.lej 355 Charlea Wilhorow 2311 Adam Croeo 12H I'eter Finnoy 122 William tickles 33 ELECTION OCTOBER 14TH, 1828. Wo cannot ascertain tho vote of this county for President but as near as wo can guess at It from the result In other counties the veto would stand about as follows: Jackson, GOO; Clay, 2U0;Ao -A11S, 100. We give tho voto by townships for Govorner. CAMrupLi. was tho Demooratic, and Triule tho Whig candidate Township. Jamea W. Campbell. Alleu Trimble. ( rurmau 30 0 Mechanic Killbuek Kichlaud Knox Monroe Hardy Berlin Walnutcreek Fniut Hultcrcek rTairie Hiploy WubhiugtoQ 44 39 10 5 49 113 53 2G 15 120 - 03 43 Ul V.(i3 4 5 G 13 19 40 18 14 44 lii ilti 13 34 for Congress.-. John M. (ioodrmiw fi.'6 jnim c, Wright a:,a rfcimtor. t'li'irli"' Miller (i70 Jew Moiynu Itil Ib'in v l.aller K'i William Carhart 40 Representative. John C. Ktewnrt 4:iH John Glasgow I!M Jonathan Hutlcr 81 Conimlssionor.--amuel C. McDowell 621 James Liggct SAI Thomas Fruitier r"2 Robert Martin .'II And. Kirkpatcrick SH ELECTION OCTOBER 13TH, 1829. Itoprcseiitailve. John (tlasgow Sy! .loliii C. Stewart 4 III Sheriff. James 1'ieneh (i:)5 William l'alnter R4H Auditor. John Miller 7:i:i Siiniuel Itobinnin 2fi(i Treasurer. Joiinlhau Korti G!I7 Daniel Hutehiusoii U!M Commissoner. John liaiighnuin 408 Corneliiis Quick .,'lbl Joshili Houll MS Robert Knox fii Coroner. Anson Whcaton ...7Gf David Murtlu U10 ELECTION OCTOBER 12TH, 1830. Governor. Robert I .ucaS HOI Duncan Mc Arthur 251 For Cougross. lluinphi'v H. Leavitt 76li Samuel iStokely 2l Senator. Selh Hunt" ffl Samuel C. McDowell 475 Henry Lallar... 13 Samuel Dunlan H Representative W i llinm Porter BOG John Glasgow .r)0U Jacob Haltzley 40 Com. for 3 years. Peter Cineo G(1 Frederick Hull 3fll Com. for 1 year. Peter Miller 6 Hi Cornelius Quick 410 Maihew Williams 75 Asa Ciitchfielil 43 SPECIAL NOTICES. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. C. Z. & C. R. R. Trains lcavo Siniersburg : Kxprrm Accommodation. ....... Atrlvf at Mtllersliursr : Accommodation KxnrefS ..(1:4!) A.M. ..-M V. M. ..4:(2 P.M. , 12:43 A. M. Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R. R. Leave Orrville, GOING WEST. Kxprcas Mail 7,41 P M. , 7,SS A. M. GOING EAST. Kxpresa 9,V, P. M. Mai' lil.HIA. M. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 1860. WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 1860. BALTIMORE AND OHIO Railroad. Great National Route Terminates nt Waliinjilon and Baltimore on the liatit, nml Wlipi'llnir. Remvm'il jumI ParkPrHhuri? on the Wet. at which places it iuiitc9 witli Kiiilroiidf, Steamers, ifx., for aud i'roia all poiuta in tho Great National Route West, South west and Northwest. TWO TRAINS Leave Wheeling ilslly at V-:S5 P. M. an.l lnrin p. 51. (Hie Train leaves Pai kfrfliui'ir (tally al U-:lft P. M. Diroct coiincOLio:ia ai'O made hy tliti'C Trains FOR ALL THE EASTERN CITIES. This is the-only r u;e to Wi-Bliiuirton Oltv. "PaHHi'njims by this route coi vii.lt naltiram-s, Phil adelphia, New Yorlt'ami HoBtou, at the coat of a Tiouet to Helton alouo ly otliel'lincn. ii-5Tliroiij:h lickets to tho Ka3tern cities can he pro cured via Washington City, at ua additional charge of ln-o rlollai'H. Tine as iitlck and fairafl low as hy any other ronte. Inquire for tickets via the ll'tttlniore. and Ohio Kail road, of the M-innipal ltailruad DIHces In the E. F FULLER. Gen't Western Agent. L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. W. P. SMITH. Master Transportation. TEACHESS INSTITUTE. jTSr-THE "HOLMES COUNTY TEAUIIKKS' INSTITUTK" will organise In Nashville on the first Tuesday In April, 1.C0, at in o'clock A. M. Ills hoped that there will he a trcneral atleudaucti of teachers aud all irienasorediicacion. E. Sl'OONKIt, President, B. 11. lillKULO K.Secratary NOTICE. OFFICE (IF TUP PITTSBURGH. FT. WAYNK A CIIICAOO It. It. CO, Pittahui'irh. F hrnary li'.'hil. fE-THU ANNUAL MKKTlNt of the Stockholders In the 'Piu.lm uh. Ft AVavnu and Clticiuo Kailroad Com- p.niv"lll be hi Id at the Rooms of the 1IDAK1I OF Til A UK, in the City of Pitudturg, on 'IIjKSDAY, the.V!7lh, or March next, at 111 o'clock, A, M.. at which time tho Jii'liort of the Directors.or the year tSfl), will he presented. The election f..r Fifteen Directors to serve the ehsntn year, wlil ho held at the .arne )ilaco, on WKDSESDAV, tlieS:ii proximo, nl 9 o'clock, A. M. The Tnmi-fer Pooks nil! lie cloned from the 1R h to 2ith of March, hoth inclunive; and the holders of Ktock in the Ohioand Pennsylvania, Ohioand Indtana, or Fl. Wayne and Chicago Kailroad Companies, which have not lieen oonverted into the stock of the new company at that time, will not he entitled to vote at said eli cllon. Stockho dors pvesentlnir their certilleates of Stock in thin Company to the ticket At'tit, at the Station nearest to tt eh place of residence, ill he furn's'led with a free ticket from that Station tn Piltslnireh and return, irood (roiiiR Kast , .March Sdih and glth. goiug Wei, March S8th 2Slh, ' til, and 81st. lly order of liie President. AUdUSTUS BRADLEY, Secretary. A''om the riminntttl Cincllc BAKTLETT'S COMMERCIAL COl.IiHOE. The IMlciiui) of lIiIboI.I hh1 ilcnerveilly most poulur Institution of the kiiul in this country, Iiuh het-n for yen known to Iho buBiiietm community as tke oniy Instructor, in the hiliur branchca of Lomulciniul acietu. In fai t Mr. BiiriR'tt JtaH no competitor in hi ilno. Ho view Mr. BartUU'.i tire anil mot-t emavkHhle work on cnmiuercu arjj banking, and they will tlouht no lour. "a6 ARD.-AMI SSlON ARYI -ATE aCX. LY ivturnert from Japan, litis hroujrlit with him a receipt which has cu el ttionaiinda, who won; suHVriiiK irom consuniption, uroncnitia ami Uuiiiuty. I oitameu it from a 1 far nod I'hyMtcian, in the irrent Citv of JeiMo. UavlnKheeiicuml hy it my ge If of (..otthmnption, when ftll other row and had failed, I am demroui of nvnciHinir hy sending thin receipt, to all who may need it, f rue of iiur6'e, Auurusa wnn Kiamp, ior areiv. Rf'V. WILMAM COS(iliOVK, (n40mfl.) No. 823 Maltic eitre.t, BuooUyu, N. Y , riTMUS. WINSLOWAn cxpori- enoed nure and female phyglr-inn, has a Hoothing Hyrup for child rau teuthliiBt which Krcntiy facilitau-b tin proccsii of IVetJitng hy aoftenlyy the friiinn, reduehiK all inilum mation will allay all palu aud li nine to i-etculatu the boWfiA. IktK-ud upon It, DtotherH. it will trivo itHt to youmelvei, and relit-f and health to your Infants Per- temiy julu la all oue. bed advi-rt.4uuieiit iu another oo uaiu. yluJJU DR. EATOX'S INFANTILE COltUl VTi. Dr. Eaton's . tile, v vMitil. ia tumarkulfle for It b wonderful hemiU-ial eiu-ets in the tri'alinfnt of chihlrun. Vor croup, dyaentcry, and teething. It hat uuvt r Wen bip pusrstd, and iimtlicrh hhould tit a 1 tluus he wrovhu-d wi'hasnply, as they valuu tho livca and the comfort of their little one, Tho prepjiru'lmi of Uluod Food avenmou the most im portant diacovei'ltri uf ttiu age, Tney aru uot uit'licimtn, but food lor the Mood; nlri-Ki prepared for ubborpation, pleasant to the tnste, an.l natural in acilon, aud what ouuKalnH.he retains. Tho lh.ooi Foon h n sulentittc diioovery, (lilTcrhiK fjoni all medicines; and for con sumption throat disc'iries, livcicomplaiiUs, d.v8p''ii, and other diiinsoa incident to tho liiuniui frame, is un ctpisled for Us hmlhiK and utrcnjithcnin (pialltica. cV luwtftnx, Ohio, Gazette. flfS advortiHen.cnt, Foi Htilehy .1. K. li-iitT, liriiutcNt, Miih rshurh, Ohio. A LJ- iV IU thoso Indebted to the nnderstuned by note or book Hooount are resiieclfully informed that we must have money, and thai their arcouuU in out hr. get-tU-d without delay. FA It U A. k VOUNO. MllUr.burg, March 8tlit ISfiO. w3 PRINTING TYPES, AND ALL X. other prtntiiiff materials, are -ept on Immi In lare quRiititiea, and sold at tht? lfwMt prices, for tflx niouttm' uotes or cash, at li use's New York Type Foundry. Ko mao fo i it of the modern ,ntvhs are alwv on the shelves, ready for liumedinte delivery, In Touta of from tfl to 10 ,U00 lbs. j Nine cents wilt prepav the pntufre on a iwmnhh't of Trii-cd Hiu-ohnen or Fonts." and other Rheets, which wfi) he mailed to all urintitur ofHcea seudiu me their Any publisher of a newspaper who chouse to publish this advrrtisenumt, iiiclttilinu ttlt note, throe times be fore the rim day of July, ittfd, and forward iiih i.no of the p;ip'-rs containing it, will b allowed his bill, at the tluH'.of inaUiiik a puruhaae of me of my own manufactures of ilvv time tlie amoaiit of said bill. Audrerm tlKUIMlK BltUCFJ, 04,3 Typo Founder, 13 t-'Uambera street, K. Y. AT COST AND Less Than Cost! nnn underslpn A will feU pooiii nt cost, an many at X less than cost, at the btore uoora oi until the 'J'Jud Intt,, when the b1uuee will he sold out at AUltlOI,, U. V, LWAUBM ir.H, '5ri' icfTrrv v (rV f ... t" Vvv- U'tl.l.i i goods) cult, until about tho Ifit nt Aiirll at which time he esperta to reoeive his imw sU.'ek. hf Ch II and secure bargains. Crow, Clut.mau, Crow ! 11 O V U It I 12 H ND PROVISIONS jfca The oitUurm of Holmoi Coun- U-t -t-sAA A I 1- 1 al. A I '.'Hrl'y " 0 respocuui.y luiorruou wav ftiiWf i am siui to ou lounu si mr oiu stand, with The Largest and best stock of Groceries . , , . r.ver ooioro onerou in iuiiivrnuuij, winn will bo sold at very low prices, lor Cash or Country Froduc. Please Call and Kxamine before purchasing elsewhorei and be aston ished nt tho oxceudinly low prices, on ac count of tho bard times. GEORGE SNOR. Millorsbnrg,Oct.20, 1863. GOODSllEW'GOODSr At Froxcn Wheat Prices J '8'"' undt rslirnnd is now rrcisivinKtroin tne cat I - orn (Utii'H. bin fall snd winter mock of good.-, aouAititinji of btaplu and f ancy . 3T3irsr Goods, GrocericK, (iucciiswarc, lIurdwtirc.ItootH Ac Shoes, Hals yl (Japs, Lonnds, etc., tc. A larRO lot of V I N T E It SHAWLS! AVill bo mild VF.UV C1IKA1'. COFKKK t'OlMSOTS VKlt I'Ot'M). .SYKri'FK()M37TO'.3CTS (iAI,. Thatikful for past t'uvors he hopes a continuance of the naine. Cash paid for Wheat and Cloverseed ! And most kinds of Produce. UKOUUEREED. Nanhvillo, Nov. 3. 1H5'J. TOIJE HAD CHEAPER T6IM EVER: AT THE United States Clothing Store "BiSTTKR A QUICK 8IXPENVK THAN A SLOW guauiNO," is our motto. . K. EaOFIMSAIV &. Co., Tako ploitHiiro In inrormirig their ntiDiorous cimtoiiieis ami tlio pnblic generally, that they uro anin receiving ono of the largest uud best selected siock of Kenily-Mauo Fall and Winter Clothing! ever brought to this mnrkot. Wo have also a uew supply oi Gentleman's FnrnlshiEg Gocds. HATS, CArs, TRUNKS, &o All of which aro now oflerodat prices to defy competition. Call thereforo at tho United States Clothing Store Opposite the TOST OFFlUJfi, Ifyouwautto GET JROrJXlSrSB 1 iu ready mado Clothing, Iiata and Caps and Gentlemen's f'urninhinu Goods. Call aud satisfy yourself before buying elsowhoro. Clothing Made to Order. Con tho shortest notice. S. B. nOFFMAN & Co. Millorsburg, O. Sept. 22, 185!). CHOICE ITEMS. CELEBRATED noi'm.K ACTION EEVOLVER; ALSO, THE AMUSING PARLOR TISTOL, That shoot without powder. New Sewing: Machine So perfect that a little Child can work It with very little instruction THE CKLDB RATED V E I) )) L efe SPECTACLES WAlt lt.N'Kl To cure weak eyes and cause the old to see with the vigor of youth again. SETI1 THOMAS CLOCKS; TUB BUST IN TUB WOULD. EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN W AT CUES And Jewelry in any style or quality tleslrod; nil at FllY'8. Mlllersliiirg Ohio. n2tf That You Don't Go Barefooted. SI. J. Conner, TS ON HANDS at his nwstunil, 2,lijrjrii west of tho Em plre Hnuse, Mlilersburg, Ohio, with one ot thti largest and befct assortment of HOOTS, SHOES, AND (LEATHER I Kver offered In tills market, eousUtlug of TUB XSArJCST, CHEAPEST AXD MUST ASSORTMENT ff Panoy, Common, Fine and Course Hoots, flhoes and llrofuus, with lots of Dent's FINK, FAXCV, Til' Uiilters. LADIES' WEAR, 0-mnUtlnR of Flue, Vanoy Hoc La. llootuei, Buakhii. and Uallerti, of all kinds and Bizet), CUILDHEN'S WEAR, Of aU kinds, inch Boots, Shoes, Ha and Ooarao, with prices to autt f uality. CUSTOM WOKK, Done on Miort notice, an luual. Alo on hand, Shoema ktTi' Kindiiiffs, ol all kluda, Luohiher iu luU of the best quality aud cheiip. l't-EAHR CALL AND K.VAMINB My stock before- purcluittiuR olsewlitre. Thankful fur pastfavon wtj ruupcutiudy Boliutauoutintiancu. nati 11. j. (jurvnr.ii. CHOICE FRUIT TREES, &iiV KTO., AT THR -JL Coluuihus Nursery. STANDARD AND DWARF ArPLE 0 Ami Tea. Trei'S of tlifli'es vnrlnicsl also IV. on, Hum Kinl Ulierry tri es, of all mads suiieij to tlm climate. New Hunly Urn! Vines, such iui lcluwum, Dimift, t'un cont, Ki'licc, i.onun, tile. Biu out Uuc.l.uvo Cata lopie junt inlnt.-'l. HMAljl. FlililTri Currants, several new ami hniiroved varieties; (jou.liei rics, blacklierrics. HMMplicrilcstscvur al ii''W sort-; rllrHwIirrics, U'l vaiiulit'S, etc., etc. OKN AMI.NTAL '1UI:S AND tillUW'tM. liyTirrcon, Ito.LS, etc., in Kral vuriuticsj also liimblo Hull Iks, Verbenas, ami oilier Howei'liiK lilams at low prices. (Semi lor a Descriptive Catalogue.) Artlclis securely naekeil, tn us luifu by cuiial or railnuiH ulnioit any uis uuco wltlifafuty. M. I). BATKHAM i CO. ujw5, Columbus, Uhlo. AaAVALUABLE farm imi FOE S-AXjE. 150 Acres Equally Good fur Grain or Stock. 'PUIS place is well lui,ioveJ and Is uow well set in 1 Timothy ttiul Clover, kooi! Thober, Meadow auil buil.!lUKS, with liny uniuutH ol iure spring water. This iilnee Is situated one mile from Clititon titmiou, Oiiio, EsSfKoi further faiticulan apiily to thesiilwinlieroo the preuii.es. W. II. HKIMIAKU. February ltitli, laOil. (u6aiu8) NOTICE. OX the Mtti dav of February, A. D. 1KW, the Proliale Court of llolracl County Ohio, deolared llie estate of Wlbiain Lauheail, deoeaaed, aa probably msolveut, oreililors are therefore required to preceut tl.ett olnitns UKuln.t the estate to the un lerslKiicd, for allouaueu, within six months from the time above uicutionra or they will mil be entitled In puvrm nt. iJi JOHN BliAKl', Atltololitrator. ; ! . REPORT OF THE SEMI=ANNUAL SETTLEMENT OF THE Auditor and Treasurer of Holmes Count, Ohio. - sy Tlio following in a correct oxliiljit of tlio cowlition of tlid Trensnry of County, Hutu of Oliio, kIiow ing tbo tnount of inonny collectoil, tlio nm bnrsotl an.1 the balance in tlm Treasiirer's of tho half year ending March ilrd, A. J). Kind of Funds. Slnto IVuit Jluilriinir llridge Hunds Usllrnn !... J .nnd Appraisement. Tuition School. JiKIII School Hnlirto.. iit-di:'trlct.. I ownhip. . &?h:S.i;n;uVw 1 v"""'''? Poor nntHry 1 nolftihittd C,mn Throe pr oent Fund tlounty'a two por cent Kond. ContiiiKont Total Deduct anion nt ovorpalj Tuition Hchool Net balanoo in tho TroAaaror's hands - Holmes amount dis- Iihii'Js, belonging to each fund at the closo 1M0. 1 1 Amount Amount1 1 1 Collected.! disbura- II ed. I Am'nt l!l nrc orr Hn 1 ron. paid. Hur's bands Il 'elm; I ilol Ul a in IO,wiil0'4!ilS.44l XI 4; s.wm li..l'H 4 (iv: .', ! 4 nor ir-rrti 't r,; loll 1,7 14 ,S(l 4.0i I 3 in. (no1 4'! ;:i '1 4,11 l Si I .n'4-,1 i.ir.til'jjli 1.5(4" 31 5 Law - i s' l.lsfi 43 Mf r..-,i7i u-:i s 1, ' - : 7a n t, 14 r,; .;! SO" Hi J .m wi'S si tv 220.127.116.11 t ;tr i, 1.3V. 32 I. 43 si ai 4' 141.0 ? :n a n- in 4 14 V 7 M " O U3 3 154' IS 5' iCi! t I W.M t: -9.IS7!l ,SH7.llliS -II I i il 579S0 1 1 1 G. F. NEWTON, Auditor. J. McFADDEN, County Treasurer. March, 9th, A. D. 1860. Report of the County Commissioners and Report of the County Commissioners and County Auditor. The County Commissioners and County Auditor did on tlio 9tli day of March, A. I). 1800, carefully examine tho condition of tho County Treasury of Holmes County, Ohio, and find alt the 15ooka, Vouchers, lionds, Drafts and Monies, be- Monging thereto, in said Treasury and in , - I 1 1 1 I . I I !. aeioai cuiun uy us niattu we uu unu 111 tun unuun ui too .reastiier tuu mini ui iiie several amounts of money due each fund as statod iu the ahove Auditors and Treasurer' lieport, amounting in the aggregate to the sum of six thousand five the custody of the Treasurer. Anil upon -. I . , 1. . 'I . I .. . A . L . G. F. NEWTON, Auditor. By Order of the Commissioners. March, 9th. A. D. 1860. "HALLO! STRANGER, WHAT'S THE MATTER KOW?" "Oh! They've Started a New Leather and Shoemakers' Findings Establishment in Millorsburg and I'm Going there to Buy. VV7' HAVE ao'led to our stock of Hardware a ner.il VV ajMfirtment of New i'ark aod ButTuIn Sole Leather, Paris t-'ttll a;ilu8, )wtt Jersey KlpUt Wax, Upper, Country Upper, uu try Calf, Men and Woman's Morocco, various colors of Hlieep Linnin, UindlnRP, Hrlsluld, tneiher with a conph-te aasoriuient of fjhofinakcrfi' Findings. Also, LnstR, Men and boys' Crimps, Mn'rt, 1'Htent do. coniojoo Ciunipr, Patent do, Men's Patent Hoot Treea, do common, together wiih a lav" assortment of Oils, Paints, &c, &c. Such us AV'Mte Lead, Leads tn oil, Zinc in oil, Zinc In Varnish, Permanent Paris Greens in oil, Ilrowns and Um bers in oil, also, dry. Black Paint in oil, lu'lia or Coach Painttr's Blurk In oil, French Liquid Dryer, Patent Jirver, Varnishes, polishing and Furiiltuiu Varnleh, Ited Lead hi oil, tjpiritM uf Turpentine, iiori.K, Paint Mill. Oils, dec. n; 2w4 8. K. WKIUlCii St II HO. T7EUY lnrgo, yoi n tremomlouii assortment of T UUirrS it SHUKS llilrt . list boen It'OOITfll by C. HATT. The "man that mis fuuvd tleud m trie ninu" is still living, nwl wasn't (lend nt ul, but Hatt in riclling off vorv fast and EX'I'RA ORDIN AIIY CH F.Ai'. If yi.u have a I'rieiKl whom you want to surprise, take him or her to Hatt'b, to nee. tho wonderful LOW PRICES at which ho otl'ura to sell lui Uoota, Shoes, ko. he auro and go To Hatt'b, for that is the place to get the best article at tho very lowest price. Come and sec, one nud Ail of you, anyhow. What's tho use! Hatt is al ways on liunds, iu a good humor, and never any thing else than clever to all TJOI3. and women especially the latter! If a lady de sires to be well suited, blic cannot do better than to go to Hatt'b. Ho employs tho best workmen, nnd does all kinds of custom work to order. He is not only a friend to nil men, but keeps fine things (Findings) of nil kinds for Shoema kers, such as Leather, Lasts, Fegs, Throad, aud IN ui Is. Millers-burg, April 7, 1R59. GREAT EXHIBITION Of New FALL & WINTER GOODS. L. MYERS, Has roturuod from tho Eattnrn CitlrR whoro ho bouUt a very larco and dosirublo stock nf (Joodn tif evory kind which lie now o flora to tho pooplo of Hulmoa County ut low priuus. lAHDK STOOKI, UOOIUS Aro ul linl full of tho latest titylcsof Fall & Winter Goods, Anil un invitation inoxtondotl to thopeoplo of the County und tho roat of mankind to on! land examine thirt tttook bufot'o buiiun oUewhtrc, an bj do doiutf tboy utity fiuvu aouio Uionui, L. MYEHS. MillorfburgOtc,, 1i'5.M ThlM Bale noat-poned until the 22nd, day of March, 1 60. dale to couiiueuce at 10 o'cloed A. ail. ASSIGNEE'S SALE. The entire stock of goods, consisting of ZDZFt-Sr GOODSl Oroccrles t&!G., Ooniprl-inn the (dock offoodn, rorimrlv bolorijnnjr w the 1lru. ol HuHVhlne k I'uii, hIU bt olfurvd a; j.uMic aale iu the town of .Malei'sburK, on Thursday, tlio 22nd, day of Mmh, 18C0. At the room occupied hy the late ttrm of Sclfrhlpt- k Pj'h. or to uvh room in Haiti totvu an the a.de may h aiij.nirntjd and wilt be coiitiimcd from day to day. or from tunc to lime, until all ahull be oid. TElSins. or SALE: For 'all Rumi It pi than five dollarx, f ash; iJI mma o flviidfllrtie and under twenty -live, six mouths credit will be allowed; and hr all untii of twnity tlve dollari and unwaid, a eredltof nl'ic iuonihn will In- jiivcn. 1). 1. LKAUUKTTEU Aaalgnea. Mlllersburg Dic.,29 150. v0. MONEY SAVE s. nr. a a. t. nr.LL, Saddle & Harness Uanufacturers . MILLKKrbUKG, OHIO, VOULD Inform the public iteucrally Oiat they are ma- klriK and ttucp eoutttanily on hamU a lurtj assort oieut ol the di lie rent atyUs of wor IxjituijinK t' th trade. SADDLES AND HARNESS, MlIblKS, UALTERS, COL LA US, WHIPS, lltrKKS, e. Manufactured by honest and axperlenced workutcu, and for tale upon vury uioderate terms Also, CARRIAGE AMI IlUOY TUISI.MINO Done to onler In the Best Style. riAll work Wu:!j. all( f. M. 4A.T. BELL. ; Important to Farmers, Farriers and Uorseineu. EAIFP'S CELEIiH VTED HOUSE LIMIIEXT, Trf WAKKANTKD TO CL'liK or remove all of the foilnw lu HAi.ied difceas-;S of the Hore: such as r'-pavlnv, HintihonepMnt Curb and W"inrlg;il's, or any othr lutnpi or swelliiiiiS that my aiise on the II one from any canwe whatever or wherever located. It Iihi also heen said hy those that have used the Liniment that It wdl cur Poll Kvi) and Flitula, if applied in time. Now as the L tu munt can be applied at any time without lujury to the hore, or even swppinj: him from Irhor. T;y it; ar.d if after uiuik il according to Dtrtciiot9, and If you are not satiefled as to it ePieace, return us the bottle and we will refund you the money. N. P. This Liniment is the only known application that win success may cure frozen reet. Put up and noid exclusively lv J. K. It A IFF. Dec. 32,159. DruKpist MillersburO. NOBODY ELSE U.S THEM! Therein othing like Them! THE PARAGON IiAMI FOK BCUNI.VO COAL OIL! IT (fives one fourth mor lljtht than any other Coal Oil Larnn und burns no more oil and will not smoke. The No 1 llurner irlves t much light as three Cttmilsts aud coats no more ttian one. A full supidy of the V-tv best Conl Oil, Hand and llAnylnif Lam) ts; a hades, Ground ana i'lain; ChimneyB, aud WicK'brudhvti always on hand at. nWi(f VK?TtS HPANGLKlt'B- E .IXTKA COKKKK lit CllKKHVliOLMKS at 14 C'nntP. l'CS. ML'SLIX DELAIXS at from B to H OUU centditt CflEKKHOLMKS. TgKOW.V ML'SLIX nt C'homholntes' at 6ii cents i;OAH nt CHKRHVHOLMES at8 CENTS. 3 Como ami aeo. m GLASSES BtCHEKKYHOLMES' at37, Cts, H U V ut rilEKHYIIOLMES' 182. Cts. Of Kr.cil qunlity. S A T 1 25 Cl'llts. X E T T at Chorri boluies' ut SL'UAltnt rilEHUYilOI.MES at 0 CENTS. Uuud ouuie and dee it. E X T HA S Y K U 1' HOLMES' at 75(Jt. at C II E II H V - AVEKY largo Inttif Calieo, warranted fast color wirth lti ot.-., to be sold at lrr holmi' at fi1 ruUE t.'UEAl'ES'l' (iOOl)S M. ATCHERRYHOLMEB. JX UOL.MESUULXll. 111SSU! K LEECHED ML'SLIX at Cliorriholuios' Heetits. pOCKFT KMVK8 BY THE IH'SHKI.. A Pucket Kuivt-a by the liaif bushel. l'oek- t Kuives by the IVck. Paeki-t Kiiit-L-s bv trie UalfPcck. Pucket KulvVs by the Gallou. Pocket Rnivti by th half Gall. Peeket Knives by the ()uart. Pnc i-t Knivus by the Duzen. Pocket Knives hy the 1-8 ilo. Pocket Knives by the single knife, Any kiiul at anv price. NOBODY ELSE I1AS TnFM! Th Amtricun Knite Company' A'wiYas.' 1!1 Worth eioltl since Mu'ch 17, taW. A nrw lot receiv ed at the . iiOOK 1-TOKK. WOOLG.V IJOOOS. O I' Al.l, I7.I:.S, colors and l'r 1 ;s, Just rerelvnt t the l8ra:lj UUOK bToltK. aV'ine Mittttls, Woolen Muiitingi TlUt I.ADIKri various kinds and colors, jn.it received 1 Jtttne im4JJ IiOOK STORK. ho, K! eio, vi:: ! rpHAT are plodditiV around lu tiiedark- crac inp your liuaiU ami ptvlinsr vom shins for want of a liii;tvrn, do the JHMK STlHiKtiHA k1 one. You will h-i I thi-io the e at prices i anglLg from &o Cents to 4. -18111a Voti 'un Always ct Wliiteivitiih, 8. r ib and Phof fliu HUHK HOIIK. ''UK Best Cloth, Tooth, Itrush in t'livl., al tli:- Shawl Fins! "JitKATKT, cV-eapest, handsumist and best lot in town, at the :W!J BOOK mir.K. fancy ItasKli t ANKW l,OT-JUft ItEOKlVEO AT THE POiTk cTOUR. .SiuSJ "Lcl Your Light Shine, That other aeelnfc its hriUlauoy may do lilvewisu." tfiime 1 mean wit that N- w COAL OIL Just i'vxtvtd RAIFF'S DKLKl STORE. If ou recavd your eyesight l'o Imnudiatflv to HaiirV and buy one id hi best hampti anu tome uf hl Eastern Coal Oil That is free f on. iMuidte or 8 tn 11 and like the w!ip Vir- uumintrj'iuid winch nm Kxph.sive and' umv he u. d in-al) Hand Lampn but Uio Coal oil in all utat.ouary Lamps. NEW THR mideislgned bavlng entered Into partnerahlp Id vlie ISOOT &SII0 1! hutlufxs would call tha a't.'iition of personi tu wunt of auytlnhir in their line to come to M E O II A X I C K BLOCK Where thev eaa bat aooonunodsted alth Neat, flood and durable work. JOHN J. 4 B. M . SPKSCKtt. N. B. All peinoni knniring themselvt Indebted to me, for the last .la years or leas, will confer aVvir by paj-int the tame uumuiouiately. JOHN J. tf i)S0r.H. imr.i.i Witii tt l ' 1 ' sit yjZyb uqrmf.m ?zMm&&&gm2" FOR THE TIKE'S TEAK GOLD MIA'ES, I('VKRYmn nniH hare a jmlr of thoKD hear, all wool ftlanseu. for lahr cheap for cash at ISAAC A. ISAAC'S UNION HALL, Corner of Superior nnd t'nion St. Ttt Hlnic?tn r jimt th tl.ln? 1'r camp ir, nnd ro nin outfit will be tifTuftlpt w ithout pulr. U hive fht rn In Ki;J( (tray uml Blue. e hvj also the lur'st I toe It Heady .Hat! Clotliing and Onli:ttir, li.jodj, for euvrant.., In the West, and at least two tnnd e.l r cent can bi taved hy alt jiersons who are froir:g to tha Gold Mlri..-, by making their purchases at ISAAC A. ISAAC'S Wfurnlfieent I'nion Ifnll, Corner of Snprrior nnrl I'nion st- I.KVF.I,AM OHIO. LOOK OUT FOU THE GIANTS. J h'lV. l'l, 5).-Iia4 ttCJD THTSrC: '"Jr, McCIlORY & CRAIGHEAD If you want to bur your atovci where you can find The Royal Oak, tho very heat; The Fortunor, that beat all the rost; Tho Americanist, thatcan't lie tieat, The Welcooiu, we take to fill out the aheet. The Cncle Sato, that comes id now; Tho Senturian, that we bcII low; The Statesman, that for leas; The Prizes in good we guess. Tne Farorito, we know in good; Tlie Diamond Kock, for coal or wood; The Imperial we have got; The May Queen, a fine lot. The Prcmiiitn, of all sorts and alios; Tho Box istove big enough to hurt your eyzos; The Parlor stove, which has no luperior; The Monkey atove which in much queritr. lore yon see are sixteen kinds, Which we have, if we have our mindn, And this is not hall'; there's a new lot coming, This we know by the drayiuena runnig. And now you can all see that this Is the place without a mits To comefor yon will always Cnd Everything that is kept in the tinner's line. Times are hard we know, And we have stoves to suit, Which wo will sell low, Or trade forold ones with a little boot. ' McCRORY ci CRAIGHEAD. Millorsburg, Oct., 27, o9. HEBRON & SOTJ. LKALERS IS HARDWARE IRO, A'.JIS .liYD GL18S. "Jillersburg, O. Have just received a new nnd we'l selected StoeF-: of (Hoods, Tc which they Invite attention. Dont Foritfl the Place. P VOU WANT Iron of a superior rimtlitv, go to miniioN & son. IF i OU WANT NAILS Slid Class of a sore nor 'inality, unto llKBIiON tKDS. ' - ; f TF YOC WANT Hoorj or Window galt, well msde and 1 strong, yo to UKBKON 4 SON. IF T(lC WANTPainU, White Uad, O'ls. Ac that are goid, goto HKlilCO.N t SON. TF VOU WANT Carpenters' Tools of Fn.dishor Am-ri-can manufacture, go ta liEiiKoX k SON K fi.f WANT &ulrtlei's Tools, aaddlry Ware, Coach Tiimmings, ic.oto IlLBIiuN : iON. IF TOi: WANT an Anvil.Vice, Drill.Bellows, oranytlting In the tool liue, gu to llKHH'lN 4 FOX. ' r YdU WANT a Log, Rolling, Lock, B-east. C' il. Well L or liulte Chain, goto HKBilON & SON. IF YOU WANT any Table or FocKt Cutlery, iro to the sto.eof HKblWN A SON. IF YOU WANT a File or Hasp of any sice, go to the store ... llKli.MN A MlN. rF YOU WANT anything in tlie lia dware Line from a L bo.lsin to ail Auvil.go to HKl'.llON SuN. LAMPS! LA?IPS ! LAMPS! LARI) Oil, Coal Oil, Lunar Oil, Carbon Oil, and various other styles of Lainpt for sal-; at the IIOiiK STOliK. We have the Paragon Lamp for oil, undoubtedly the best lamp for burning Coal Oil in use. It is ul.oul us ohcnp as a caudle and gives five times the iiuautity of li'iit Dec- n.b-r 1R. '.'- LALIP DEPOT! 4 COO!) LAMP KPOT l NKKDKD IN EAf'H X County where pt-o le can buy Hie bat Lii aiiU Oil, tt b-tn tk-cuki. to estahlisb one at Il.lIFF S 1)111 G STCUE V.'LtTe t!ie vtiuplt of the Comity can be mite. iQ liht. CK.MENT ! CEMENT 1 1 CEMENT ! ! I IUlt memlinp GUsfwun', tint' ens ware CrockTywur.' and )i(ualiy jruol for cean-nilni: Wuod. Jst-uibfr A-c. Thin Cctnei.t for strength aiil durability CHniuit be 'l jutHcl in tbf w.irl.t. It a ill be aUn; s foma'e at tbe "Hij CoiKe Pot" tflrn cail Jin'l tt. 1'rtfi'ared and sold by - Yi.tci unJ aUo by Leonar1 tt, A'iut, Mille bar(T imm, v-iih-v j. NOTICE. I,L persons are hereby notitied not to iiurehvce aj r- - v.... . ..n h. m.. toe iiniievaittefi. 10 .i.ie'H. Schlirh, ilate'l February lt, A. I. led", calling forsi.fX) -lis tiolU's, us sai'l note was ol.tallieu ny niiseepreseu tation mi,) I am ileternilned uot tn imy s.ii.l note unless cuioj.lleil l.v law. JOHN HltKTlOL'S. Feb. 141b, li. no.'HO. rcrfiimery, Hair Oils, &c. IF VOl" WANT a good arth le of either, go to the HOllh rlT.lltr.Hi.il eet it. We h.ive Hiiti.ls'l Kxlracts etioiuil lioat a cichuoner, anj ll.ur Oils, I'Miuatuiiis, Ac, to gre.ise all toe olti.-e-seel.ers In this county. u-w eSJ Toy) for the HoSitJaj. i I.I. tulHTttof Toys hnsglnablo for the Holidays, just recMattlie JWoil) BOUK SIOIIK. SHOi: HLUklVU. MtStON"? Oelecr.lted Shoe llbicklng, for tale who'esale and vial, at tl,- 4-'l . -' IHHlK 8jOItE. iUuIillir l.iltiiilf I'MIE lii'iit known nppHeatiun fur Rlii uuiullsin, riiirjius, Swelling, V.'ottk liufkur riiiles, i-o For suio ut J. K, KAIFF'S. The Only jflaoe iv trot J'MON llKITFIt'S Pennsylvania I'tnbrellas, of all sizes " is at the bOOli el'Orik, M.lierslitire' These. l'i.il el laa are undoubtedly the bit aiti.'le uta-ielu the Country, U-'Gciuuer IS S-im NOTICE. M. por..ri are lierliy nntifie l not In pitrclinso four imte giveu b, tu-'. the uii'lnr.igiie.l, In I'liriiliolh .Mitcliell.dateil Keliruury amii, A. 1. r-fti. O'lilii.' for three hundred dollars, as aiii note, wore olHutiieil by misrcpri'.',eiita'ii.u ami fraud and luui iletoriuiued Hot ti u' litem, unless compelled b) lu. WII. 1.1AM l' tlL l . HOKSK BILLS, Nfully, CUoaplv awl ex jitilicinuily extcu:(l ul ts oSUe. Give Ud a call. DB. HORSE'S mm ROOT PILLS. It. M(ir Mir Invent. f t(HFH IMHAN ROOT l ll.L. ha. spwt Ih. fTeater pari f Ms nr. Ik ttae .lln(, liafltif d r.ar., A.I. , sua Africa, aa well Horth Anitrlra haasp n years amour Ih. IrallaiK ml our W.slwra . an'ry. Il wa. la Uila wav that U Indian KmI I'ill. w.rr Ural SIk.mw.I, M.ruwMth. ar.t nan I Mtahllsh Ih.laol that all irll.eaara arise rrM Im purity of the RIoihI that oar r.rmlli.slUi an 111 at pend np..o this vital flnld. When Ih. varioasfHsasaeM hremwi.rlnfimt, m4 dS ael in perfect harsnotty will, Ue rlirjertnt lunctioti. ef law liotly. tli. blood Intra it. action, WsmnM Uilok, enmifilrfll anil (lU.'s.. ; I,iia aaln all .alnt, sli sneaa ami Ass tress of ever? name; our srreiirih I. evh.u.leel our healvli wr sr. deprived af, and ifnilnrr re net awlsled In shrow ItiS off th staenant hamnra, lite blood will toroaa. wlioll. it and cease to act, and lhasour IlKkl of life Is Mow rat. How Important then that w. should keep Ih. varioaa paw sattes ol the I,.dy free and open. And how pleasant s aa that we have II In our power to mil a medtrit In or reach nainelv, Morae'a Iih1.ho Root 1'ilai, wianafae4ural from plants and roots which srow around Jie mount. Hi oils cliffs In nature's garden, for Ih. health aid recovevf of diseased man. One of the roots from which then PlUs ".i1""' i. a.-wio inc. wniep.ns Mi. pore, of the at la and aaalsta nature In thrown. r oat the finer parts of ear. rupllc.n within. The second Is a plant which Is an upee to ant, that opens and unci. irs II. e pflasarc In the lunaa, and thus, rn a aoothlnt msnner perfo'n.s its duty hf ll.rnwlnit otrphleam and other hnoiora from tht lui.fs by copious spitting. The third It a 1luretlc which give, aaaw aod .doulile strength t the kidneys; thus surouraraM then draw laree am-nnts of lintmrltv from Ilia Mood, which hi then thrown out huantif oily hy fliearlnary or wad ter passav., and which eouM not have been dnehaned In ar.p other way. The fourth It a cathartic, and .coon. panics the other properties or the pills untie messed In purifying the blood; the coarser particle! of in. purity which cannot pt l.y the other ontlets, are thus taken a and conveyed offln great quantities hv the noweis. lllT'om the above It la shown U. at Ilr. Morse's Indian woot Mils not only enter the stoniach, but become unllatl with the blood, for tliey find way to every part, and com p'etely rontonl and ck arise the system from nil Impuri ty, and the life ot the body, which Is the blood, beiowiea perfectly healthy; ennseqneiitly all sickness and pain M d' Iven from the system, for they cannot remain when the body becomes so pure and clear. The reason why p. ople are so distressed when Blc,nfl why so r any dlt, is because they do not (ret a medlclna which will pass u. the affected parts and which will opea the natural pssssr-s for the disease to be cast out; bene I ainrK-'iuniiiy CI ,,, aDU otI)er rmitter is Indeed, ana , tlie stoniach ar.d Intestines are Illerslly overflowlns with the corrupted ma: thus underohn dlsaereeable fer inentatlon. constantly ml.xii.it with the blood, which throws the cerruptep rostter Ihrough every vein and ar ery, until life la taken from tlie bwlv by disease. Pr. , .Morse's Pills have add. d lo themselves victory upon vie- tory l.y restoring millions cf the sick to blooming health. Ves, thonsnnds who have h..n racked or tormented with slcknejs, pain and anguish, nm! whose feeble frames hava ! lieen sc.irehed l-y the horning elements of raging fever, !.'( who have been brought, as It wore, within a step of tlie si ent grave, now stand ready to t. stlfv that tey would have been numbered with the dead, had It not been for tiiis treat and wonderful medicine, (dorse's Indian Mont Pilla. After one or two doses had been taken, 1bey I were aatonl.hed and absolutely surprised. In witnessing; I thelrcha n.lng efr. cts. Not onlv do tl.er give immediate ! ense and strength, an.l tiike away an sickness, pain and nnifu -h, bat they at onee go to work at the fountain of I the disease, which is the blood. Therefore, It will ha j shown, especia ly by those ho use these pills, that they wdl so cb-anse and purify, thst disease that vieadly en emy trll' take in flight, and the flash of youth and bean- I tv Wlil aeairi return, end I!. , ............. r . 1. , I py life will .-herish and hrlshten your davs. CAl'TIOA'Hrwx eofan Imitation with the words, "Kitra signature A. J. iin a Co., printed across the upper part cf the vign-t'e on the wrapper. AH genuine have l.ut one signature of A. J. Whits A Co.. wMtfi is at thelottom ot the wriipp-r. Persons dealing In la. imi tation atticle will he dealt with according lo law. I). L. JfliaoS i Co., Me Proprietors, No Mi Leonard st eet, New YorV. Bold hy Dr. J. K. RAIKF, Millersburg. nly. Police. I.ucin I.fi'jther, .Mary E. I.outhor and Andrew Mit.-riel KUiirditii of Mary K. iemfher, residents of tuc Stntcof Virginia will take notice that Isabella F'.rl), f..rui"rly leahella I.ontlier, and hliiah r'orl.s her liu-band, Samuel LouLher, Kllen 'houtner, hlizfiheth jl'-iiilcr-f,n; firnierly Elixaboth f.uuther and ."-aiuuel Jleiiuerstn herhu-band Cyntha Karr ferine ly Cntha J-vtither and James Karr, ber hufiiand, WilIiaml.M.l.outber. Adam S. Luutlier, l: Ijert V. Lonther and A. J. Lnuther, did on tha )3tb d.t) ,f Octob'-r A. Ii. le.-,B, file tbeir petition in the Cuurt of Common Plom Holmes County libio, uaiti..t the said Lucien I, outlier. Mury K. Loutiier und Andrew Michel gurdinn of Mory K. I.nutber, defcndiknts Batting forth tnat the said d feudunts hold certain litnd., described in the pe tition, eituutc in tb j-said County of llnlmc , Ohio, in tru.-t I'.ir tho nliiiiititFj. and why said lands a.a i held l.y defendants in trust, and praying that the , Court may order the defendunt to execute title for the re'j'.nvoyunce of said lands to tbeso plain , tiif. upon the payment upon the part of the plain j tiff., of whatever rum of money may be due the defendfthtd as heirs uf Samuel 1-otither deceased. upon a certain inortjrnge executed by William 1. outlier deceased, to uid Samuel Lonthor. on the 4th day of Aptil ie. And tiie raid I.ueien I.outher. Mary K. I.outher and Andrew Mlu-he1. guardian of Mary K. l.outber I arc hereto notitied that they are required tc uppear ! and answer said petition on or bofore the 3rd Sat urdai after tho I.'ilu of March 1-sio. IlEhl) & CltlTCHFIKf.D, Attorneys for Plaintiff. January 31st lcSo. rjS0a6prt Sheriff's. Sale. John 1). Canon vs. Jacoh Snreng. ndrj.l i.rnf G.I vi . i.antz. dec a, a. otncrsi BY VlKTL'Kof an order nf sale of real estate again.-1! defendants in this case, issued from the Court of Common Pleas of llolmos County .Ohio and to me directed, at one o'clock. P. 31., On M'tt'tay tht'luti iluy of April, A, D.Y-M. A. I). leO'J, I shull expose to public sale. at the dnor of the Court-House. in .Millersburg, in said fiolmes County, the following described lands and tenement.-, to-wit: The west half of tho south-cast qr of section twenty-ive, townhip twenty, r:a;go fif teen, except twenty acres eif the north end of the shove described tract, situate in said Holme conn ty.Ohio, contniningin ull s'xty acres. Alsu.cxeept the boujc and well und the land thut isin thefield that the bouse stands in, containing: five acres, where the said. Intnes Kat'itn lived on the 11th dr; of September, te5d, being a portion of tho above de scribed premises. Terms of suit Cash. .I011X PKKXCH. Sheriff. March 1st, 1BI50. n2w5pr foe ?3."i Miisicr Couiiiiissioiicr's Sulc. William Long. X vs. Abraham Handle audi Foroclojuro of Mortgngo. biswife et.al. IN'obediencoto the comtnand nf an order of sale fr..m the Court of Common pleas within and for Ilohncs County, Ohio, u::d to tne diree'ed, I shall expose to sal oat tho door of the Court House, in the town of Miliersburr. in uid lioltuea County , Ohio. On JA.s-..iy Me -.'.of i.i; or .Ijn-il A. D ledll, nt I o'dock P. M., of said day, tho following des cribed real estate, to-wirt Lot number two, and lot nnniber twenty situated in ihe town of Oxford, in said iloimes County, or dered to be sold as tbu property of Kld Abraham Handle and wife, ou tbo foreclosure of a iaortguge iu favor of said William hong. Teriud Caeh ou day of ,-alu. THOMAS ARMOR. Mn?tur Commissioner. Marah 1-rt ln. w5pt3.3(). Sale of ESoal Estate hy Order ol" Probate Court. Oy S.Tturdny March S-lth, A, I. lttn, at 1 o'clook in the afternoon, ut tho lutr nf tha fnnrt I II-iut-. in thu tnwn of MilHTsbarg, llnlmcii County, i Ohio, will hejjlfl to the hii:h.)t biddLT, the fnl f li.wiun real t.lffto as the pruporty of John Ml-Dow-! ell.dL-L-eutiud "wit: The wetH Prt of tho north wist part uf the Ixt No. 7 in tho 3rd quarter Town- hipo, v. of rumre of thi I'onnectitut Western I livverve SehM.d Lamln in Ilolmoa County, Ohio, ; coiDmencii.e aiott on the west side jf mid lot 4(t p.Tcno? ami sn' links soutn tne uorth-wcflt corner of paid lot, thence tfouth 1 , digroeM went 4 purchet nd 5 linki to a Pont, thence nurtb fii degrees eat Hii perches to a poit, thence north J dt pree? cnt ldporchc and IT link to a po.-r; theiico Lorth (;U dgref vrcx perches to the pluce of bcijiaiLg, t-uUTflinin'T 3.") florid. . I' S.iiii re:il est -it e :ipirni--cd nt Teruin of Male: Ono third Cft!h in hand, one third r.i (-nt' year uu.i oue-ttura in two .vnrB, with liitor e;t from date, the deferred puimentti to he secured bi inrttfuyo (in the "ffinif-f", LVUIA JirKOWKIs, Adminiitnitor, of John McUuweU, deceased. Feb. 23, lHfif. nlw5prf4,i5. Burnt District Hight Again. LOUIS FRITZ, JJAS UK-OPENLDliii Grocery wiiha n.K eToCK of VOfFEK. ULliA R, 'i'HA, , MOLASSES, A I'M V'.N', SL 'IS, f vSFfZt " TOKA li 1ES, an a ns. Tobacco, it-o., ilra itr. AnJ everything rise usually ten! In s tiiocery and Pro visiou ikoic, winch he ollV s t tli fioolic at low prices. lit vipplUd wft'i choice lliirni. of lvc v kind. MR. EDEINGER, llHc-charpworthe H Hl'i:il PIIDI', ttli.Te be 'i sIwrvb tn rt-nUinrsft to pvrform r-nnrtal opcratluu tu the iui:iifac I'tin nf tin- iiiiwi fmttidiouv. PROBATE .KOTICS. "iJOTK-'K is hereby rivtii tlutt the following &dmlj.Utr ton. 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