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The Holmes County Farmer.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. READ IT. t Don' C Cull to read .TwIko HliV nil t I j i . . ..t 1 t. . 1 VeryublCKliCCCIlOllcniiiimjaiiuii, imoiinuuniiili)l in to-day'M paper. LINCOLN'S PLATFORM. -' riio last innti to and tlio last' dollar to tiocuro tlio frcudom of the last nigger. -4 . " VALLANDIGHAM IN DANGER. It in mild Mr. Vnllandigliam is in great dnngor of Ic ing mobbed in Canada so Many "loyal" men and Union Lcagucra haVe gone Over thero to cscapo the draft. of it NEW COMET. The New Comet discov ered and by Profes.-or J amis C. Wilson, of Ann Harbor, January 13, in announced an rapidly approaching the earth, and will be viniblo in n few days ' to the the DOCUMENTS. Wo are under obligations mil to Hon. George BHm for Congressional Doc uments. Dut Tew documents arc printed yet; but it will not bo long ore tlio Judge will' have speeches &c. , for distribution. VALENTINE DAY. We nro reminded Wo that Valentine day is approaching. Tues day next, tho Mill int., is set aside us the carnival of lovers. It is said tho birds choose their mates on, that day, anil, it be ing leap year, it is expected all the marriage able girls will select their mates. foes. true to NEW FIRM. Isaac 31. Critchfield and J. L. McDowell, have purchased Smut's Grocery, and arc now running it. They are first-rate men in any way they can lie taken, and every way worthy of the confidence of the public. They design making largo ad ditions to their stock, and hope to receive a liberal share of patronage. bu the the E. B. ESHELMAN, ESQ. Mr. Esiux- 5IAN, editor of the (Jhillicotho Advertiser 'delivered a very neat, appropriate and able speech at the 8th of January Democratic Festival at Columbus. We wore f-o much pleaded with the lierusal of it that we de termined to publish so soon as wo can find room for it. QUERY AND ANSWER. The last Republican contains the following: "Will the editor communicate to-the of ficers of tho P., F. W. and C. railroad all ho knows in relbreuco to tho use .of our pass, referred to in last week's Farmer Wc cannot give the ollicer's name. Wo "know him as a conduutor, but wo aro not posted in his name. From what we have learned sinco wo nro convinced the conduc tor was in error in regard to the matter. 1.. THE VALLANDIGHAM FUND. Hardy and I Prairie aro the only townships in this Coun ty that have done anything towards con tributing to tho Vnllandigliam Fund; they have each contributed more than their share. Wo nro surmised that tho Demo cratic ladies of other townships aro so back ward in the good cause. Come, ladies, get up your' meetings, and if you desire, 'we will attend and give you any instructions wc can. Where will tho first call come from ? A. A. II. A. J. A BLOOMER. A 'stmnn; minded woman' named Miss Bush, in full bloomer costume entertained our abolition brethren on Friday evening, in tho Court J louse.' W. K. I'p ham, Esr(.4 presided with his 'usual ability.' Her subject was thu Constitution, but it wiis Evident, that Bush was principally fiillcd witb niggerisin. On Saturday evening the same Bush again held forth. Esquiro Ball presiding with hi 'usual ability. We learn that sev ' cral Canton Indies were present, and wo may expect to hear soon ol bloomers in town', when there will not. be so much sweeping of our muddy streets according to BiisIk Star: County Democrat. Wo saw the "lady." Her ' nose is about, . the length of Bun. Shatzol's, her clothing showed her to bo one half muff, ono half woman and her appearance suggested that the other half might be allegator. She wouldn't make much of an angel not any. in GRIFFITH COMES DOWN. In his issue of the 28th of January, G uilTrni publish ed a most base and infamous libel upon tho editor of the Farmer, whereupon we ad dressed him a note, informing him that ho bad thrown himself liable to both civil and criminal prosecution, and that unless he re tracted we would seek such redress ns tho law afforded. The Hrpubliean of last week contained the following: "KICKED BEFORE HE WAS SPURED. In our last issue, in reiily to the editor of the Farmer's remarks about what he considers objectionable points in abolitionists, and of course classed us among that great body, wc relerreil to what some people call a ! "Democratic" feat poifonncd in New Lis bon. TJio editor considers this a reflection upon him. Wo did not charge or intend to charge ljim with tho act." Wb fear manj'wi!! think Mr. Griffith lied out of -this scrape. If so, ho got out the same way he got into it. VALANDIGHAM FUND. jru. EniTon: Through tho columns of your paper I would rospectfnlly report to tlio Ilomoeratio Latlics flf flardy township, .the lollowinj,' monies rceclvotl by mo from the ilifttiront commit-' tecs of school districts of this township, for thojjenefit of Mr. A-ollnndighani; who os ono of our lCst anil patriotic citizens has been bunished frout his family and Statq, in violatiqn of all law nnd constitution. The amount solicited wits merely a dime; and never Was money more freely given as you will sco by tho contributions. In many in stances five, and even ten times the amount asked for was given; wero it necessary wo could doublo tho amount in this township . nlonc. To the few gontlomen who contrib uted thoir mite to tho "Ladies Vallandig ham Fund," tho Ladies of Hardy township return-their sincere thanks. r, Millehsburg, District JS'o. 1, 3; -" 4 ." 5, ; . ! 0 " " 7 (I II ' . 8 Total, $30,00 1 45 0,00 3,05 0,05 3,50 2,05 5,00 4,20 $71,00 ' Which amount was forwarded February 2d, to John Q. Thompson Esq., Chairman, Columbus, Ohio. Contributions, hwwovcr email will bo forwarded if .handed in soon. ?. as -Li Mrs. D. W. VAN Treasurer. NEW VOLUME. Tliln wi'jk - I Mlrl wr.'K .WO COII1- tuimU), (ho KAttMKIt Hlill lirOMiWA, nicnco ft now volmiio or Uio I'hrnire Tim - lm ini.1 (1,iiul.?,.1 iTd. ..,.- ..I' ! . .;' u 0.1 1 1 , , iUtliuilUll lliu U'lir llftM iHjCtl exet cdingly ImnJ ono on moil nowaria- purs, nml iiiniiy Imvo l-oiii' tint whv or llic 1 tt . . ... I Politically, wo have endeavored to ki"b tin tlio full Ntatidanl of the Democratic faith) standliiK firm for the rifhu or tho people, iiimilist tho insidioii.4 nfTtirli nf ilmm. uln im to destroy them. Tho constitution km) Ijooii our gide-thus far throuuh tho (dot in fanaticism that has been threatening our government with destination, mid our guide shall continue to be Tho liberties of the people, and the restoration of our govern ment to what it was in its days of purity prosperity, aro dear to us, as they aro every American heart, anil wc shall con tinue to do battle for tho one, ami .advocate other, until tho gloom and darkness of; dreadful night that hangs liko n pall our country, distil lmvo passed away, the dawning of tho morning shall come, heralding a return to reason on tho part of those who havo given way to folly and mad ness. The success of the Democratic par ty, is tho success of constitutional libertv shall labor with unceasing vigor for strength hi its counsels, for firmness in its position, and for its final victory over its Lot the Democracy bo true to itself, to its itiiciciit laud murks, true to tho principles of its founders, turning neither the right nor the left from fear or for favor, and all will be well. Wo havo entered upon a year that will be of interest, to tho Democracy, to (he whole people. The fate of the republic will decided within that time. High abnVo clash of arms between tho contending forces of thu north and tho south, will be heard the battle for political its'cendoncv in 'north. The noble Democracy, support ing the oomtitiition upon which-the Union must be restored, with Liberty and Union emblazoned upon its banner, will bo found with unbroken front, opposing tho destruc tives of our government. The oppo-itioii, with tho power of tho army and tho influ ence of a corrupt treasury department in its own hands, wilMcavc no stone, unturned to defeat the people. In this great sti upg'c 1" AU.Mr.it will continue to act with the Democracy, the true friends of the Union look to them for encouragement and upport. ' 2 fur tins en 1 In of Receipts on Subscription. The following is a list of our receipts on siiuscnptinn tor uic past week George Kerr, Glarks, $1,")0 Deni Mullett, Hhanesville. I. SO I'.zckiel Cutler, Fredericksburg, l,'r0 lacoii (. nerryiionues, uitice, 4,uU H. I "111. " ,1)0 .Limes McClarrcn, " 1,00 hum as 15. .Moore, " 1,50 i.'iivistian i.enocKer, liiackcrccic. , J Irvine Jlackcy, " 1, DeWitt. " 5,00 L. Sherlock, Berlin, 1,50. Peter Wise " 1.50 Amos Parsons, Nashville, 1,."U 15. Gray. " . - V-o Nicholas Dawson. Ilolincsville, 1.50 Jo.iah Orr, Mt. Hope, . 1,50 Daughorty, Tlumphreysville; 1,50 William Walkup, Iowa, .'.00 1). Howe, Lid., At Receipts on Subscription. Special Notices. Z. & C. R. R. Time Table. Trains leave MllUuburir: Kxprcsi. I'comniodatlon A'rlve-at MlUerslmrg: Accommodation Express .'. J:0S A. 1:53 l. .. P:l.-.l M ..12:11 1'. M Z. & C. R. R. Time Table. P. Ft. W. & C. Rail Road. Trains leave Orrvllle as follows : GOINO WEtT. I OOINO R AST. Express 7:44 t.u. Kfiiresif 9:33iA Aeeninnrodallon..!::i3 ' I Mall 11:'in a. i. Mall.., !:!: r. m. Kxprres 2:4, p.m. Kxurvu ..7:ID " " S:M ' (. V. CASS, President J.vo. SIcCIill, Au't.Or'vlIle. Z. & C. R. R. Time Table. P. Ft. W. & C. Rail Road. Ayer's American Almanac. Has now arrived nnd is ready for deliver) gratis at tlio urug Mores to all who eall lor It. 1 his mini b"r eoutains.n treatisn on Scrornla and it kiudi ed complaints, which is well worth pTtisal. Italxi given much Bonernl medical 1 nfonuation, which is useful und rhould bo Kept ucuin-t a time of need evo-y family. Its compilation of jokes and an ecdotes is nbout tho host that rcnuhc u. and theio racts together hovo given H a circulation which i said to bo the largest ol any ono book in tho world. 32ml a Millersburg Market. Millersburg Market. (Corrected weekly by Herzer & Petry.) Heil Wheat pbushol 1,127!)1,Q5 White Whout j'J bualicl." 1,15(31,35 Rye : 80c Corn ' P5o Barlov 1,10c Oats 6S((tl().r)C ClovorSocd fbua : $7,011 Timothy Seed S'A'ip I'lak Seed S2,f)l) Dried Apples' 1,50 Dried Veaclios." ,j:i,00 Huttorlb 22c Ekks.ViIoi 20c UrdfJlL.. ' 10o White I!ean8" buslil 1,50(342,00 Smoked Shoulders )p lb 5C (ic Smoked Sides pr Iu, Stnokeil Hams " " . A-N B.i ' Millersburg Market. (Corrected weekly by Herzer & Petry.) New Advertisements. PwMicSalc. 'flllv iindofincd will offer for role at publio L venilac, at Oiford, ou Thursday, tho 25111 oi' t ifuruttry lhti l. Oommoncing at 10 o-'tjoek, A. II.. tlio following goods t 3 Jlurcims, ono i.tipboard a largo lot of li.i 1 1. 1. -I t..-ltui.M Inn tfillmiH tn mention. A reasonable credit WiJI bo Jilvoii. terms made known on tnonay oriair . .vtI. 1HJ1IEUT MAHOriA&i). Feb, 11, If 04. 80 Acres of Laaid FOE SALE. riMII. above tract nfand Is situated' 1 'i miles. I from Jit. Holly, iitPthe Mrtl.orsburg and ilt. Hnllv road, nnd 111 miles south of Nashvillo. Has thirty acres cleared,, twenty acres of timber, and tho balance uudcrbrusb which can bo easily put in. condition tor cultivation ; has a small houie, stable and urohard, and has the advantage gibing well as any man could desire. It will bo sold ou very reasonable terms and pasmcnts madocasy, l'or further narllouiars can ou tlio sunseriiior. ut llillotsburg I. O. NEWTON. February 11, is6i. TOWNSHIP FUNDS ! ! Nolico to tho Township Treasurers. Tbeasbhek's Oi fick, Holmes Co.. O.) Milleksopieo, Feb, 10, rM.i 'I ''HE Township Treasurers of tho several Totvn 1 bhlps are hereby notified that the School and other township funds will bo apportioned by the Auditor and ready for paving at tbi'offlco by Thursday, tho 18th Inst, Township Treasurers can thou make their settlement with tho Auditor and draw their funds at the samo time. T. U,'. It.UFF. County Troasuror. J!sso Wuril's Estuf'u. VTOT1CK Is hereby given that tho undersigned have born appointed and qualified as Kiecu county, Ohio, dcoeaseit. lors ui 1110 iiiav mil ui ucsso 11 uiu, late oi lioimos ynuii wAitn, 1). II. WVANT. Ffld.U.IMI-wJ ILx.iaiiinntioii olT IH.'HHt; ANT TO AN OUDKIt OI' Till! I'ltOtlAlK COt ItT Or IIOI.MCS COUNTY , OHIO, 'I 111. iiiidorslirned was appointed an aooountant to txaiaino tha Treasury 'if said oountr. Ilr rtrrfulir examining "e vuumiori nun luntjn in sai'i treasury, Amount charged to Treasurer on Auditor'. Hooks,... CIlIllIT. tlnunly nrdori redeemed ffom September lit to December lit, IMS, Mill lary orders " ' " Volunteer orders " . " " Hell or " " . " " Hrlduo " " " " Iliiii.Tinif " ' . " " per cent fund uuTA lEEd. " (lonnty orders rodoomod il'nco December lit, IMS, .unitary lienor Iridco (1 inf. iUiiroml Cuponi Itoail (JcttitlcBtci " . " Kclmol onion roiUemeil from Dlitrlct No. 9, Uar.lr Jliriiutli nrilsralri humliof Trouiurtr, ll'irou ich fund orerpald llrnftn on Htntn. OurtlficaUi mi Stnlo for volunteer allotment fund, Uurroncy In Trcaiury, Hjio'ei of currencr In Tremnrr All of which li Kcpoctfully aukuiltUuV Fel.ruarr 5. IMI. County Treasury. 1 naro ascertain'! us ooniiiiiou 10 t. K icmi ............. 7.., '.7.'. iiiTii 7 i. it). Hit HV ' 115. l 3JHI vO IJS.I'O "01;. Ir.tt 1P TuwnlMp. . .0 87, CWKI 'I il iW Irt um a; JAJ1R3 A. nSTlf.I.. RiiAi), AM) Do Likewise HOW dcos Itcomo, my friend that jou anil your hum iilvuia near such UOOI) CLOTHING, Whllo 1. who srenil AS tnliw. If nottnoro money. miiclf and and buia. alwafs arncar to bo very pooily Urc'jcd ? Why, uiy dear Fir. this can to very easily ex plained. m real liuy my Clothing for our wholo fiimili at the Clothing ritoro of HOFFMAN &-MOSS U,1 l....n l1.n.l.Ut1.i.nJinhnnnlnnlL- i.f rn . U001 iind WELL-MADE CLOTHING Hut. nlf.i. nf ccttlnc Clothlnir C111:AI'1:R than I buy them in any other plaeo in town i beildes n.ivo neen loin tnai nicy nro sciiniE nu mcir present Stock of Clutlilns ut remarkable LOW PRICES 1 order to rnako room for their new Spring Slock. Well, my friend, if that is tho case. I will l-o thoro imuii'diiitoly and la) in a fupply.fur mjsclf aud,bo!. Do you know their. placo of busineij 7 Oh, es! If I am not luiataken. it is t doora west tho Court llmifc, at tho sign of tho "lA'V'VliV. UIANT."' Well, my fricn I found tho plaeo, and the lut timu 1 saw him hu tolil mo that hu was well pleas e'l with tho Kstnblistimoit, ami that ho found n great assortment of Coats, Pa Dais, Vests, AND gnGEXTtBllBiVS FURKlSnii6 GOODS, prices a gooil CiliurEK than ho anticipate J. All you that aro in want of Steady-made CLOTHING I HATS AND' CAPS, and Gentlemen's Fumisliiug Goods, Will fiud It greatly to jour advantage to call on .EI OP Fill AN & MOSS, at Tin: UNITED STATES CLOTHING STORE. Tiro doors west of tho (!( t House, at tho sign of tho-l.l'l'l'l.i: U1A.NT." Don't tako our woruT for it, but go and see for youreulf Ctolhiit illttdt: to Order, And FITS WARRANTED no tit, no sale. HOI'1'.MAX H .MOSS. .Mlllcrsburg, Fob. II, 1604. Slim-liT's alc. Hannah 11. Smith, plaintiff 1 vs. J. Tiidmas 11. Smith, dofeud,t ) J Y virtuo of an execution issued from tho Court i of ComiiKin I'leas M Holmes county, Ohio, in certain civil action tlitroln pending wherein Hannah II. Smith is plaintiff and Thomas II. Smith defendant and to me directed as Sheriirof said cunt). I will olft'i'for sale at publio sale, at tlio norm door of tho Court House, in tho village of Millcreburg, iu taid Holmes county , Oii Monday, the Mri tt'tr.y of March, lSGl, at 1 o'clook 1' M of said day, tho following descri bed real oitato to-wit : Lot number forti-sovcn. in Smith A I'm UinV addition tu tho villago of llulmcsvillo, Holmes count), Ohio. Appraised at 13. ALSO. Tho Stone-coal under uluotoon acres of I indi to wit : Tho south cart part of fraotioual section six teen, towns'iip thirteen, and range thirteen with tho privilege of taking out from uudcr taid laud said coal, tho samo lying and bo nig in Holmes count), Ohio. Appraised at 313). Taken as tho property of Faid Thomas II. Smith to satisfy the claim of said Hannah II. Smith 'forms cafli. .10IIN S. NKl.SON. I'eb, llth, lfC4pf? Shcriir. Fit Oil ATE NOTICE. OTICE Is hereby given that tho following Ad I miuistratnrs and Ounrdilius liavo filed their aceotints in the I'robato Court of Holmes oouuty, Ohio, whieli will ho for hearing On ATomay, the Hh day uf March, 18G 1. Second account of Abraham Hccchoy, Guardian uf Elizabeth llcigcr. l'irst necuimt of llenjiimin Troyor, Guardian of. Levi Garber and Magdiilenn tiarbcr. 1' irst account ot John Miarp, Administrator of tho ostato of William Lanishhund. ilen'd. ' Tlitrd account of Allen Itoss, Guardian of Georgo Itos-. '1 Third and finkl account of J. V. Jeffries, Guar dian ol Juco'j"Ntglo. l'irst accounted' William Griffith, Gua'dlan of Willlnm l' llriflith, Thomas Ftirlllith, and liar gatot E. Gi iuUu. Fiist account of John V. Jeffries, Excoutor of last will and testament ol William Jeffries, deo'd. Finalnccouut of John Ouncan, Guardian uf .Ma ry E.Hiigaii, Final account of John Duller, Administrator of thu fsstuto of Samuol llutler, deo'd. Final ncoount of Joseph 1); iliilor, Gurdian of siirau otuizmau. Final account id John Tmlnr. Gunrdian nf Murv F.llcn Wells. Seooud nccount of Altert Lockhart, Guardian of .1. JlcKiuley Woods, Seoond account of Jano Jordan, Guardian of umbert Jordan and Georgo 1), Jordan. hcu'""l account of N. K, Joss, Kxecutor of tho last will'. 11:1(1 testnuioDtol Samuol tiraber. doo'd, Final dcoi'o'1' of Samuel Charlton, guardian of Kiehrd.M,J. JUIor. Second account of 11. II. Hobison, guardian nf John Calhoon, Itobert AiCalhoon, and Kdwin T- Culhoon. ,.,. . ,.,.,., JAMES A. ESTILL, Feb. II, IEl-w4 'fiibftto Judge, Oiitirdlaii's Sale. :N pursuance of aa order of tho I'rohato Court of Holmes county, Ohio, madonr, thol'rdday of February, lEOI.in tho oatoof William Jl.Skolloy, guardian of -Martha I. Hkelloy, James L.Skelley, David A. Skellu) and William S. SUolloy, against his wards, tlio undersigned will, ontlio 3t!i day of.Mareh, lew, on tho promises in Hardy town ship, Holmes county, offer at publio salo, the fol lowing d scribed real c'tato, situato in Holmes, county, to wit 1 Tho undivided oua-olevonth part of Lot eight (S) in third township, of township nine (U), rango seven (71, excepting ten aores out of tho south west corner, containing ono hundred and forty-nine acres moro or less, subject to tho life estate of Martha Steel, .widow of James Steel, deceased. Terms of sale, ono-thlrd cash on tho day of salo, one-third in ono and ono-thlrd In two years from the day of salo, to bojeeured by mort gsgo on the premises sold, and tho deforrod pay ments to bear intorost at the rata of six per oon turn per annum paiaulo annually. WM. JI. SICELLKV. Guardian of James S. Skolley, et al. Fob.ll.lE6l, w5. S. K. WEIKICII, DEALER IN HAEDWAEE, Agricultural Implements, &c. MILLERSBURG, OHIO, " , 11,1.1 AM FA lilt A of tho Slate of I.,w. Sfirsh ' hchcnijwcr and Froderlck MoiicniiTcr. her liutbanil, of (ho Stato of Indiana will take ti'itico that Suian Kabra. of tho cotinij "f llolm.'S in tho Slate or Ohio, did. on the anh ilay of Janiinry, ISHI, filo her petition in the Court of C mmon I 'I ens within and for tho ei.untr of Ilolinm and Statoof Ohio, ngnlnst Maria llatury and Ephralm llatory, her hu'band. .luitnii 1 1 ill. r nnl J,is"imrn uiuer. nor Kusoanu. uiiaiu i uora, Anlb'.ny r a bm. David Kabra, Sarah Sclicnowi-r Had 1'rcder ick Schofittwer. bur husband. Alar. iirm,tt .ml (ieorgo Crooks, her liufband, and ltcbec;a Fabra, defendants, retting forth Oist rometlmo In April, 14 I. ho irnvo to Anthony Kabra.'thLti her htiihnnil and in lull Hie, the rum of one huudred dollars, with the understanding and agrement that the samo was to ho invented in purchasing certain real rrtatiin tho petition do'cribed a'.d tho title therefor to bo taken In her natnennd that the same was invested in raid real rotate and that by mis tako tho litlo was taken in tho mine of Anthony Knhra, deceased, then in lull iif" and praingfor an order decreeing the title to saidprimiscstothe said plaintiff: that aid defoodants nro requited to appear and answer said poliiion on or before tho third Saturday after tho 17th day or March, ic4. vooitin.s a ui;i:d. Feb , l!m-v.0pfJ3 43 Au'jr lor I'lX i.r.i; vf. iVOTici:. tACOll WOI.KVKK Ilanmh Wolcverand Ja- I cob ii lover, her husband, all of tuocounli of Warren, llliiioir, Elira Kliokitiger and l.uvi Flick ingcr. her husband, of tho county .ot Ashl.imi, Ohio, Margaret Finnoi and Oo .rgo W.l innoi, her liurband, Ohio .Murray, Amot .Murray l.ormda V olever, all of the county of Holmes. Ohio, .lacoii Wnlovcr. .Marg.irel Wolewr. .lohn II. olever, Sainuil I.orenia Walcvcr, Harriot O. Walercr. J.llzabeth Sheldon and Joshua Shuldou, her h in hand, all of the county ol l'or cr. Indiana, will take tiotieo that a petition was filed ngain'l them on thc'.'Sthday f .Innuary, A I) I 04. in tho Court of Common l'lear of Holmes eounli, Ohio, by .?.uauol Wolovernud! it mw pending, wherein tho raid Samuel Wnlovcr de.uands partition of tho fellow Ing dosoribtd real estate rituated in thesaidcoun ty of Holmes and State or Ohio, an 1 described n follows, tn-wit: Tho cart half of the soutu-woit Quarter of fction SI. tnwnrhin 14 and range 13. containing eighty acres of land j nnd that at the .May term of said court npplieatiuu will bo made hi the said Samuel Wolover tor au older thai par iiuoit maj uc madoot siiia p-emife. KA.MUj;i. WOl.m UK. onntlKs A Hki:o, Atti's fur l'artitiouer. Feb. I, leGI w7pf$3 SO Sliorill's Suto. BY virtue of orders of sale iued from the Court of Common I'leas of Hulmcj count). Ohio, in a certain civil action therein pending and tu tac dircctod as sheriff of said county, I will offer for solo at public auction, nt tho north door of tho Uourt iruttsoln tue town or .Milloibhurg, in said llolme'eounty, un rnuuraay inr out any nj .unr.-n, f CI t 1 i t w .1 1 .r ls.U At 1 o'clock I'. M of said day tho followinir descri bed real cstato tp wit: Tlio wast h.iti' of tho south woit quartoaof sec. 10, township nineteen, range Crtccu. excepting therefrom thrca ncros tnoro or loss nlftho soutlicndof said premise''. Commen cing at tho soutli corner of said premises, thence north across tho run until it strikes tho hank on raid Una, from thenco following tho meandcrings id' said bank to a certain while oak troe standing on the bank nnd from thenco to tho south-west corner of said premises, from thenco east to tho place oi iii,Kiuiling,CTOlalnlngscvcilty3Trcii acres more or less. ALSO. Tho north-east quarter of section 21, township 13, rango 13, excepting seven and one-hair acres here tofore cunvoed to John Smith in tho south-west corner thereof bv Solomon Sleaffooa. estimated to contnin ono hundred and sixty acre mor or loss, .,...., t.. . l. ..... . .. ..r 1 1 .1 I . .... r j - Di.uaiu in tuu kuu ,j i.llllll-lllll( . I'l III ill iu u. Terms cash. JOHN S.. NELSON. Feb. 4, leOI-pfe.'i 111 Sheriff. Sale of It vi.il Ksfulc 5y Order nf. I'roI;:itc Court. f ,N Friday thoSfith day of February. A. D. ltWI w atone oVloek P.I. on tho premises, In tho townot Oxford, Holmes county, tJhio, will ho sold tn the highest bidder tho following real etatci in the nroncrty of G. W. Comer, deceased, bounded and described a follows to wit : lleinga part of lliu iiui ni'iu'ai iiiui bvi vi rluiiuii iiililh 1(1 luwil- ship eight, of rango seven. commencing at a post torty-ono links south tliirti nlno minutes west of n iK)-son tho north lino of said t-cctlon fifteen. twelve perches and eight and three-fourths links truiii tno norm-west cornea ot said section running south thirty minutes, west eight porches ; thencu south ciiilit j-jiino degrees thiit) minutes, east five perohes; thenoc north thirty minutes east eight perches; thonce north oighty-nino degrees thirty minutes, west fivo perches to the place of begining, containing one-fourth acre, muro or lcs. ALSO, . ' apart nf tlio north-west quarter of rcetiun l.'tccn luntishlp tight of rango toveiii commencing at u posiiiiriyonc iiiiks soutli, iniriy minutes v.oti ut a post on tho north lino of said north west quarter of section lirtuen ninu parches nnd eight and threo fourths links from the north-wott corner of said north west ouarter of section fifteon. runniiii? south thirty minutes west eight perches j thenco Miuth clghtwilno degress Ilurtj minutes, east tlireo perches; thonco north cight)-uino degrees thltt) minutos westthrou perches to the plaeo of beginning, containing twenty -four tquaropcrchos. Ajipraiscil at 81-00. 1 J'.ltM -MS OF SAl.U. Oncthlr.l eah on tho ilav nf rale, oncrthinl in ono i ear ami remaining third in two jenrs from da) uf tain with intorost. Hack pauuents to bo secured hi mortenco on the premises. WM. M. LOWTIlllII, Ad'inr. Of tho Kstatoof (1. W. Oonjor iloc'd. CniTciinci.n A lliu., Attj's for plaintiff. Jan. 21st, lt?C4-pf Attention ! Stock Raisers ! MM1E subscriber has 2 SPAMSt! JACKS, nbovo J medium sito, 0 jears ohl past, warranted eood fool ffcttori, anil ono Junny. which ho propose" to soil for cneh on reasonablo terms tr trade for good horses or western land. Application must bo mado botwecn now and tho first of April nuzt tn " J. O llltYAXT, DroEdcn.Ohio. Jan 51t. IsatwC THE iimlorslcned will offer nt Public, Halo, on I Monday, tho 13th of AtiRUtt n.-st. ot 1 o'clock, I'. M, tho-farm on which ho now resides on l'.ilnt creek, in Monroetovvnship. llohncs county, Ohio, six miles north-west of Millersburc, nnd tix mile" south of Slirev.os. It contains ono hundred and thirty-six aeros of laud, well watered and timber edi one hundred aeres of which is under cultiva tion and ono half of that is meadow, Tho balance is underbiiifhod and fencod. Tortus: Ono fourth down, tho bnlanco In four equal nnnual payments without intorost. JAMKS AKMSTUO.NG. Feb. 4, l?fi. HOGS ! HOGS THE HIGHEST TRICE PAID FOR Stock Hogs Weighing from 80 pounds upwards, at the MHUcrslJiirK IHslUIcry. Februarjr 4, 1SG1. ' 5-tf 100 Poimtfs YELLOW DOCK ROOT! WAITED FOE XXR- .A.S'IEIR,, For which 1 will pay TK CENTS' per lb. if eath orcd and proporly dned. between now and tho lit of May next and delivered atrar Jru Store, in Mlllersburir, llo soro jou got tho Ycllvw Hock, cut In slices and dryod. J. K. KA1FF . I'ob. 4. IfGt. Instructions to tlio Trustees. XX order to establish a unifotm rule among the Trustees of the several Townships, iu paling out tho funds for tho relief of tho famulus of V ol untoori, tho oonnty Commlssloneri order that tho said Trustees of oaoh Township raako a roport In writing to tUctn at their March Hcision. A. V. 1B0I, showing tho amounts of money so paid out. tho number of families paid to and tho number of persons In oaoh family. . The, Township Clerks aroretpeotfulli requested to attend to this matter with promptness. Bv Okdeb or Commissioners. . JOHN WHITMAN. Auditor. Jan.SI.lMt. '1 . H ARJD WARE! MAYER LOWTHBR ii.k ji .it fjri:Ntn (jit NEW IIAKDWAIlfi STOKE IN Till! BO'llI Itt.ltKrOI'ItC occrrirD DT .1 A ill i'.S II V. 11 11 o A TlirLbre Just received an intlrelr ne and full irttnenl of llrdar, which thy will I VKItr SMALII'IiOriTD Aroonr tlilr stock, The Farmer Wla find Korln,tlofS,Shevrl. Spsdes, l"fythe, Itaku, Eh-p.Sl,ers, Ais, Ciiltlvalr Ti-illi, Trsc Chillis, and various olhr articles to supply hl sranU, The' Carpenter Will fln.l an ainrtmenl of I'lanri, ttanimrs, Hatrhts, rawr, winrtis, auiri, uim, nras, llcvl, Sutures Iln l Ants, Loess t.-.l batches, tgttlierIOi 40 Different EIzu of Wails and Spikei of the bmt 'iai!lty, In (Ho luany oOitr u.tfjl rllcl.r The Shoemaker Will find a general siror'ment of Tools, Thread, Sall, Tlic.Sadillcr and Harness Maker Will fin I an s-rtrocnt of Tools and Trlramlnr Siddls Trees, Pad Trees, llswes.llog SUns, Sad.lle Cloths, Ac. The Silaeksmit'; Will fln.l h's FiIh., nfs Horse Shots ittl, Iron, A. of the b-t quality. The Gunsmith "111 find Oan Barrrl, Kins bv.ks, Trlf?er. Tubes, -noniiii, n ijins, ana l!ras and Oerraan Silver Csstlngn anu 1'iate. The Sawyer 'inflnd Cross-Col, Circular and Mill Sswt, sad Gum uciung to run tnein wtu. The Cabinet lSakcr Vir fin.l, on looking throuzh on rtoik.thst wi- have a siiut-rlor article rf S" fa St.rmri. Curled llilr. Bed am! Table Cantors, Till Loots, and su&rjr small arttelts used in ois business, nnl The M'ubfic ficncrally Will nnd that we have everything usually kept In well fcr lUhe.J Uardnare f tore. Wk hsveati MSO'tinent of Spoons, Knives ahd Forhl riatp Forks, Kcipsors, fiiears. octalng irons, &s, for the Ladies : I'ockit Knives, t'Uh llooVs at.dLlr.es for t'lt Ilovs ; and l'istoti, l otrilcr t'Uiks.Shot Pouches Lead and Percussion Caps for Sportsmen. Anv nurson ni-ediiurCOIUJAQK can be accommodati!! wlUi all sites, from a Il-d OorJ to X'i Hem or Msnllla nope. la short our stock Is coroj.Me. Call and see. LOUTS MAYF.lt. Feb. 12. HG?. WM. M. I.OWTIIEP.. ANI) FINDING STORE, Main St., 3 tioors cast of the Bank Store, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. CUKIUICH rtipectfullr toforini Ma old ctiitom- rt, ami all deal en In LetUtier, yindlns, hdiI everj- thins In Ui&t line, th&t be hi now on birnl a larire b toe it of k'oodst bich lie is itllinir at the Trr lowrst rate', for the quality . Krer article suld can be Te?muu tided. A lot of t?OLB LKATMKP. of rtufTtlo raannfactur nonr In store. This Is LrtTwa to be the best Leather la nark'.'t. AlfiJ. a superior article of Sole Leather from cia.iiiractnrcrs In New York City. A tare's stock of Tpper, CnHand Klpp 1 ealher, which we know to be gpol, nnu ciieup 6 tac cneaptsi, quaiuj- FURS ! FURS I I eill, as heretofore, piy tUe l.lfliest price In cash ror tuna or mi (U&crjpuorii. aiii.es & Sheep Pelts. I will continue tn pay the best rates, In cash, for Hides and Shrep Pelts. Sept. 17.16a (?. WURICn. lillPOMilNT TO ALL! TO MJYEU3 OF CLOTHING! CLOTH3R2G I FURNISHING GOODS u iv j a iTi i rv CO II IV, HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM THE BEST MANUFACTURES A SPIXSDID STOCK OF illcn and Boys' Clothing, Which he Is determined to sell on the SMALL PROFIT SYSTEM. All thosa desiring to huy Goods at lovr flpires be would fnvlte to call and examine his stock before par. ehatng elsewhere. Ho Is confident of pleasing the mest fastldeous and eeononicat buyers. Ills stock comprises CI.OTHH. CASSIMEItEH. VESTINGP, TRI.MMINOS. NEOK TIES, HATS AND CAPS, Iafact, every attlsle worn by well dressed gentlemen. Clothing: ITIadc to Order, On the shortest notice, and upon the most reasonable terms, satltlsctlon guarantecn. nENJAMIN COHN, April 16, 1953. Slicrin's Sale. RfSSELI. Wheatok ON 1 Co. t rder of vs Kllllt. OOHRELL iV virtue of an order of sale Issued from the s Court of Oommon I'leas of Holmes count)'. O, iu a certain civil action thorein pending and to mo dircetod as Sheriff of said county, 1 will offer l'or salo at public auction, nt the north door or the Court llouso, iu tho town of Miliorsburg, On Saturday, the, 5lh day of March, 18G4, at I o'clock P.M. of said day the following, descri bed real estate to-wit I Tho west half of Lots Ao. sin and seven, in th town of Ilolmesyille, the samo beine a part of tho north part nf tho south east quarter of seotlon number threo, In towninip number thirteen, of rango thirteen i the said two half lots estimated tocontain eightoen hundredths of an acre t situate in the. county. of Holmes and titatoof Ohio. Te.ca.6 . B Feb, 4, lR64-pf93 CO Sheriff. & r k 11 - Great Victory Wn Rejoicing of lh Millions ! ! FIRST IW MARKET iSTew IT all G-oocls Itocclvntf & OjiciiIiii; nt tl:u CHEAP CODR3ST -3R -op- JACOB CHERRYH0LMES. .Tllllcrsbiirt;, Ohio. Bought einco the fall and surren der oi Vicksburg and Port Hudson. A FULL AXD CHEAP STOCK OF DUKSS tlOOOS. DHUANKS, UKAZES. lIEHHIMACriv HOSIEItY, OLOVKS, WHITK (JOOOS, NOTIONS. AO. AO. qnn pieces calico-latest pryi.n , t fr.m 1 1-2 to 25 cents pr fd. 50 PIECES (ilKOHAMS h"-h e e red. from 24 to 37 1-2 ""eoti per j 1. Black and iSrotvn tlitxliit, AT LOW PRICES. CLOTHS, CABSIMERES, TWEEDS, JEANS, CHECKS, STIUPES. DIAPER tt TOWELING, -at- ' VERY LOW PRICES. GROCERIES! Tlio Isest nnd Cheapest In Hurhct. SJ10ES, HATS, CAPS, &c. it Low PriCiJ .or the urati. QUEERS WARS, la aa by the pUc'.. 300 Hoop Skirts, SEW BTTLES, AND SELUSO TIIEU VCUT CUF.AT GLASS.W ARB In Isrge lots and at to prices. lOO siJes PrJme Sole leather, tha WILL BE SOLD CHEAP. Our stoek Is full snd camplete, embraelng allklads aft OOODS kept fn a firit-tUn retail establlsLmcnt, all of which Is otfdred at- Extra JLoic Prices, FOR READY PAY ! ! Rcracinlicr Cltcrryliolntcs 3?-A."STS .CASH roa Butter, Eggs, Lard, and Dried Fruit, &c. JACOn CHKKRTIIOLMES. Jolx t8, 13. i8tf, For Hia-h. 3rr.ices. J WILL SELL THE REMAINDER OF Mr WINTER STOCK At Greatly Reduced Prices. Baro jour MONEY and call at (JOHN'S FOR AN OVERCOAT. IIo needs money and room for Spring Goods. BENJAMIN COIIN. January Slet. ISOttf HOLD TIP ! . OI30RGE L. COOK Has a splendid stock of Genuine Pebble- SPECTACLES. JEWELRY, ScO,3 Which Ho Is Selling Off at Cost. n sells spectacles lower than does any ether man, and ther are (.enulae Pebble, too. fjr Call at his Qrocerr, one door Kast of Welilch's Hardware Store. OEOnQE L. COOK. Deo. I-l, UOS. SIicritT's Sale. Amanda Gorreu., ic. TS. Jons QoRitELti et al BY virtue of an order of sale issued frwtho' Court of Common I'leas of Holmes county, 0. in a I'CllllIll Cll I, nnu lliui V.U IMJIIUIUS null IOU15. .lir.etnl as Shor ffof sa d eountv. I wTll nffor fur sale at publio auction at tho north door of the Court Home In the town of M illcrsburc , Oh Saturday the 5th d.ay of March, 1S61, at 1 o'olnek I'. M, of said day tho following deserl. bed r eal estate, to-wit t Tho west half of Lots No, six and seven, in the town of Holmesville, the tame be In:: a part of the north part of the south east quarter of seotlon number three, In township number thirteen, of ranee thirteen! tho said two half lot ostimated to contain eighteen hundredths of an acre; situate In tho county of Holmes and SUto of Ohio. Termscshj Feh.4, ISGt-pftatW Sheriff. food, tho tlio tho visit the ' I is this the ' ! it in ' is j of I has l ' ' 1 ' of J for 1 1 of j , ! I j I ' ' . in , I I I ' ( I i " j , I -f.. " vy 3b -""' :.-jv.. r.jLauj.t1- Tim peculiar taint or Infutioii wliirh wo Call Scnurcu tutki In tho constitutions of multitudes nf turn. It cither produces or Is iiriHlnctd ty am c"n ? ircuieu, viiiaii'11 auitv oi tne niAou, wiicrcln flint lltihl hccnmoi In competent to sustain fhc vital forces In their rlttoron action, Und PsIpatcs tlio ivstcm to t-vr-.,2ss7,rull Into disorder Ami decay. The grrofuloui contamination la va riously canned by mercurial disease, low living, dlcordcred digestion from unhealthy Impure air, flllh nnd flllhy lmbltt, depressing rices, onil, nlmvo all, by Tcnereal Infection. Wlmtovcr bo Iu origin, It la hereditary In the constitution, descending from parents to children nnto third nnd fourth generation " Indeed, it eccmi to bo tho rod of Him who says, "I trill tho Iniquities of the fathers upon their eldldrcn." The diseases It originates tako various names, nccording to tho organs it attacks. In the lung, Scrofula, produces tubercles, and finally Consumption) In tho glands, spellings which suppurate and bo-, come ulcerous sores; in tlio stomach and bowels, derangements which produce indi gestion, dyspepsia, end liver complaints j on skin, eruptive and cutaneous affections. These, all having the same origin, require tho same remedy, viz., purification and inrlgora tlon of the blood. Purify tlio blood, and these danttcroui distempers lento you. With 'feeble, foul, or corrupted blood, you cannot health j with that "lifo of the ilosli" healthy, you cannot have scrofulous disease. j Aycr'a Sarsaparilla compounded from the most ctTcctu.il anti- dotes that mc&cul aclcnco has discovered for afflicting distemper, and for the euro of disorders it entails. That it is far eupc j rior to any other remedy yet devised. Is known by all who have given It a trial. Tha't docs combine virtues truly extraordinary their effect upon this class of compUinti, Indisputably proven by tho great multitude publicly known and remarkable cures it trtado of the following diseases : King's Evil, or Glandular Swellings, Tumors, Jbxnpuons, nrapies, uiownes ana sores, Erysipelas, Hoso or St Anthony's Fire, Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Coughs from tuberculous deposits in tho lungs, Whito swellings, Debility, Dropsy, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis and Sjrpnilitio Infections, Mercurial Diseases, Female Weaknesses, and, indeed, the wholo scries of complaints that arise from impurity the blood. Minute reports of Individual cases may bo found in Ayku's Amehicak Almanac, wltlch is furnished to the druggists gratuitous distribution, wherein may bo learned tho directions for its use, and somo tho remarkable cures which it has mado when all other remedies had failed to afford relief. Thuso catcs are purposely taken from all sections of tho country, in order that every reader may havo access to sorao one who can speak to lu'm of its benefits from personal experience. Scrofula depresses tlio vital energies, and thus leaves its victims far more subject to disease and its fatal results than are healthy constitutions. Hence it tends to shorten, and docs greatly shorten, the average, duration of human life. The vast importance of these considerations has led us to spend years in perfecting a remedy which is adequate to its cure. This we now Offer to the public under the name of Ann's 6Ar.SArAr.iLLA, although it is composed of ingredients, some of which exceed the best Sartopnrilla in alterative power. By its aid you may protect yourself from the suffer ing nnd danger of these disorders. Purge out the foul corruptions that rot and fester the blood", purgo out tho causes of disease,. and vigorous health will-follow. By its pecu I liar virtues this remedy stimulates the vital functions, and thus expels tho distempers which lurk within the system or burst out cm any part of it. . VTc know tho public htve been deceived by many compounds of Sartaparitta, that promised much and did nothings but they will neither be deceived nor disappointed in this. Its virtues have, been proven by abun dant trial, and there remains no question of its surpassing excellence for the cure of the efflirtiner diseases it is intended tn reach. Although under the same name, it is a very different medicine from any other which has been before the people, and is far more ef , fectual titan any other which has ever beea Available to them. AYEE'S CHERRY PECTORAL, The World's Groat Remedy lor Coughs, Colds, Incipient Coa . sumption, and for tho relief of Consumptive patients in advanced stages ot tuo cuscascv This has been so long uieJ mid so uni versally known, that we need do no more than assure tho public that its quality )3 kept up to the lest it ever has been, and that it may Lo relied on to do all it has crpr done. Prepared by Dc. J. C. Avrn & Co., Prcctical and Analytical Chemittt, Lowell; Jtlasa. Bold by all druggists every where Sold by J. K lia.ff and S. 51. FIwrlI A Co.. illlleriturs ; J. llanna IIotmevi!!o! ll.fchrinor. Frtderickihuri ; W. llcreer. Mid llctown; A. V il son. Napoleon: lieorsa itced, Nashville, and by dealers ever. where. m,Kl JVEW STB A Si EV3AMUFAOT,ORY !ln Miller sfoLTi?g ! ! WliioiesaSe &Retsii3. IIEXKY YOUNG & G. T. BENJAMIN HAVE fnrmel a copartnership for the purpose of car rying on the Cabinet an I Chair builaess In all Its villous tranches. tVe are nanufstorlns every discrlptlen of Furniture usually kept In a furniture AVaroroem, such as nvitr..irs, t.wles, QTAXDS, BEDSTEADS, CVP1WARDS, ' n'JWDHOBKS, 13QOK c.isr.s, SF.cnr.T.iniFis, K7J T-XO TS, SO F.llt, OTTT03UXS, TKTK-A-TZres, M'ood nnd Cimo Sent Chnirs, ic, Which e will se'lailaiyas any olh'r establishment In the United States, Particular attention paid to at! kinds ef Fancy Scroll Sawing, ami Turnlug of every defcrlptlon. We also keep a good new nEAItSS, and are prupared furnish Collins of livery HcscrlpdoDi at re'ainnaUe rates and on iter1 notKc. tDoi.'i fallfo five us a call at the old stand for mer' occupicu oy .uui. a i rci. I0U.NO i D2NJAMIS. NOTICE ,,,.r.,.x. ,.ii.l' ,U !. J.- IS HLUF.in JI LN. that on. tho i5th day of September, A, I'. iJ.1jOuH JIayers redeemed the following: described real estate. Heine the south half of (n-l.ot nnmbcr thirty-nine, (). in tho ton n of Mlllorsturz, which bad been sold for the non-pa) men t of taxes, on' tho 13th day of Jan uary. A. I). Ml, by then depositine with the Trea surer nf anlil niinfr nf llnlmft. unnn tho Biirtln.-s eaio ni tnn i-nunir Anuimr. iua luin oi uiaavj1 iDr which said nronertr sold.'to2etucr with tha taxe subseanentlroaid by tho purchaser and interest and Si npr (lent nenaliv on the whola amount rald.t 'includfue ensts and one dollar to'pay the expensei . H.......I.U.I IL' 11V . . .... I ' ian. tsos.wa