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The Holmes County Farmer.
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. HOLnaCoTFAIlMBR FOB, 1865. I $2 A YEAH ALWAYS IN ADVANOK. compelled III Increase, till, lirlet.llfsllbserllltloll , , orri-ruiiuiiiyiii(utviiiic. , VV losu owry year from 3100 to w by sub- werlbcrH who never my. This saved, nnd thu tiseorthe money paid In. ulvm.ee. w.-hope, will mi.ioiiHioWpMPiimTHt41oi)nynir. We ilu nut think it altogether right tochurgo Viiylng subscribers enough to make up what we owliin to tlidiilxh iitifimf iiviTytiilnK, wniim Iohu by iiou-iHiyliiK oms, Hut Wi'iuust iloiioor Imvc no (lclliKiticntx. Wo linvu tlR-rcforc itPlcrmlnt'il to nilopt tlm ru1vi,tl(il HVKlnlll. pmtltili.ltrltur wllli tlm hnvl volimip, which will be about the loth oflVbru- nry. ji wnii iiiiik mi who imvo 1101 iiuyni in i uutu ,iii iijiu iiii'ir iiuprri miiiicii viiii after that time pnpcTN will always he hIopih-iI whrti the tlmiipalil for expires. Many of ourmibsorihcrH nmy wish to pay be fore tho loth of lY'bruary, uml for tlm coiivunl cnee of those who will not hi- In town, wo have tippolnted tho following iigcntN who will receipt for any money paid : OOTI.KIIt OAltllKll. Welnsbi rK. KItASTUri lli:i;UHl'.H, Mt. Hope. JOHN I.INDMHV, llolme.tvllle. 11KN11Y l'OMKUKNK, KrederlekuhurK. UANIICI, KNOX, NaKhvlllo, JACOK. KAHNKMT, lllatkcreek. WILMAM WIIITl'., .lours' CornerH. HYhVUNUrt l'UUHY, Huiiiplire.VMVllte. JOSIU'lI ,At'Ki:V, Monroe Centre. n. w. (mi:i:it, oxftmi. HAMIII-:i, ATKINSON, llerlln. )K. W. II. wrv. Iluenn VUta. ;iIAni.F.S CKAIO, Claiks. llanlel 1'AIlt. Kannersvllle. l'KTKH I.KNlIAUT, Walnnlereek. 1)U. T. J. (lUirrAUl), New ll.dfonl. JIIClIAr.I, HKA.M. MhiuiPhVille. JONATHAN HNY1JKII, Ileilton. Those who remit money hy mall ran Uosoat our risk. I We will make out acooiinN aaalnsl those in dobteil tons nml send them out for collection as noon us wo can do m. Poiuc Hkuzkii & Pirrnv, at the lied "Warehouse, aro dealing extensively in Pork. VhAQs. Three flags belonging to us are missing. Any person returning them will be liberally rewarded. Couht. The next term ol' the Court of Common Pleas for this county will com mence on the 7lh or February. Fiiysicians. Tho Physicians or Holmes county will hold a convention at iMillcrsburg on Tuesday, January 17th, at 1 o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of considering mat .tors of importance to tho profession. Tom Couohi.in. Say, Tom, what will you charge us for tho Crawford Co. Forum and send it regularly and beforoit isa month old? We send you tho Fau.mek promptly every week. MAKniAOKS. A recent number of the Bluffton (Ind.) Banner contains twenty-six notices of applications for divorce. It must bo a great country for married life outthere. "Would it not be well for tho legislature to enact a law allowing men to trade wives ? IIouack Gkkki.y. A New York dis patch of tho 'Jth inst., special to the Com mercial, says: "Horace (Jreely is in Wash ington, urgent and persistent in his demands for peace, and predicting a speedy termina tion of the war." Pay" Up. A notice will he found else where in to-day's paper, to which W. Bkay lias attached his name, and to which we call attention. Mr. Bhay designs leaving town, and he must have his business .set tled up. Founi. Tho notice published in last week's paper for a lost shawl, caused it to bo brought to this office within three hour)? aftcrtlio Faiimeii was circulated. Thefinder, an orphan boy, was duly rewarded with a $5 bill. The notice for a lost dog caused him to bo returned to tho owner on Sat urday. Fiiom the South. Tho Cincinnati Com mercial's correspondent estimates that Hood tookacrosn tho Tennessee river from 125,000 to 28,000 men. Forrest abandoned about 150 wagons on the North side. On Friday, Lyon, with about 800 men, passed through McJIinnvillc, capturiug a company of Ten nessee cavalry. Governor's Messace. Gov. Brough's message is about four times as long as Lin coln's, and yet it contains rery little that should bo in a message. Most of it is trash; much of it falsehood. "Wo learc out the most trifling parts, composing about one half, and we still have as much as any one will want to read. Our Pnosi'Ecrs. Three more numbers of the Faumeh completes the present vol ume, at which timo those who hare not naid in advance will havo their names strick en from our list and their accounts sent out! for collection. From present appearances about two hundred will havo their names stricken off. County Uecokiikk. The law authorizes tho County Bccordcr to havo his fees before ho places uny deed, mortgago or oilier in strument of writing on record. "We learn from tho Bccorder that a goodly number of deeds and mortgages aro now laying in the office, which aro not recorded, nor will not bo, until tho fees aro paid. Those interest ed should pay attention to this matter. Advertisement. - No Lauoe Fees in Adnance. Go and visit Dr. Chidester for a few days, at tho Ohio Houso. Ho can bo relied upon as one of the most successful and scientific Physicians in tho country in treating chron ic diseases. He risks Summit, Wayne and Holmes counties only. Go all who aro suffering, without de lay. No ch lrgcs for examinations. Office at Mr. Forhs' Hotel. .N. B. Pleas read small circulars. To Ouu Patiions. Wo would again remind our readers that this season of tho rear is u timo when they aro constantly lia blo to sudden coughs, influenza, sore throat &e., while tho children aro in the constant .danger from croup, throat and lung com jilaints. It is important that every head of aramily should provido a remedy that is ' rcauynt, an times lor immediate tiso, wheth- or assailed at tho dead hour of night, with tho breaking out of a lurd cold, the racking of a violent cough, or tho children with tho most danger of all diseases croup or at tho midday hour, you should alwayn bo prepared. In Coo's Cough Balsam, you will find a ready and effectual remedy, It grapples and controls instantaneously tho most stubborn coughs, while in croup it is J-iio prico is but lorty a sovereign euro, centu per bottle tho bottles twico tho size of any other at tho samo prico. Delays are miiour Trw.TO'K.ii!!! rinrT uiUK "ore- I m.J I ' HiinoiiiAi.C'iiANdiA -I.oMnUi.KrtHNi;itl, linx retired f rum tint Iluticovk f.Wir, Ictiv-', Ht r In clmrr W 8. Olrr. Mr. GloNsner KtuwcclH lion. W, I), Morgan lli( Newark Adtocatr, Mr. Morian has been oiio ol'tlio leading Deiuoeratio editorx (jI'iImh Statu lor itioru tlittti twenty livu yearn, ,,, ' l ' .,.1 uf lllur :,...: . exec tin g the into, val or lour j oar w lion lie filled ilio responsible ofhco or Auditor ol Statu, We have been u reader of'his paper 1 1 ,. II. .1 ... I I .1 1!, ..!..! una uvuii uuiiiiiuiiuii hi my iitiwn inu cuiionui ... i,,.,,,,. , I.,,,,-,!, !.!, i ,. j,!u rfUHI. Alnpairccl licallli im assigned lis Ins can so for retiring from the tripod. 'J'lio TA (Ilussncr iroreadv writers nnd irood ll-M "ncr .iro read) wnttr.snmif,ool Democrats. , : .. nil that lime, mid wo deeply regret that ho have a consultation with .TelF. Davis. JMVM rctUMMl 10 VUCeiVO tllClll UlllCSS tliey lil.AIltH, A lew dayH ago, rumor had it, j that Jllaira had went to the I'roiit for tho purpose of being passed to Itichmond to fwu for the weekly papers of Ohio be lixed , t ... , , , , iii two uouars anuuity coins in auvaucc. camo hy thu authority or their government. A dispatch of tho 'Jth inst., asHcrls that the liluir.M have again started for Richmond, that a imss from tho rebel (Secretary of War awaited them at City Point. It is surmised tho object is to lay the foundation for ne gotiations. , Convention or Puiimsiikus. A con vention of Ohio Editors and Publishers was held at Coliiiiilm", on tho 4th int., for tho purpose of devising ways and means where by tho country press of tho State might bo sustained. Tho convention was prclty gen erally attendod by publishers of both politi cal parties. It was roMilvod that tho price of subf-orip Bates, showing a proportionate advance, were fixed for advertising. It was decided to charge fifty cents ft.ir uiarriago and death notices, and fifty cents per square for noti ces of lU'ligious societies, Uoiievolent soci eties, &e., itc. A bcale of prices was fixed for tho various kinds of Job Work, which is about double old prices. Tt was resolved to present a memorial to um VL' i i iiioeiiL a memorial I i 4 - congress asKing a mouiucaiioii oi tno tariu on paper. A committee was appointed to memorial ize tho legislature in regard to county prin ting, publication of laws in newspapers, &e. Coming Events-1865. The New York World, in reriowing the hostile relations of England and Franco to wards the I niteu btates, rery forcibly con cludes that ' 'By crery prompting of interest, by every instinct of jealousy and fear, Franco and England aro interested in tfie disunion of the United States. Hy every principle of interest, by every instinct of pride and power, tho North and South aro equally drawn to Union. What stands in the way ? That miserable compound of fanaticism, deiuagoguism and centralism, tho Uepubli-i can party." Ohio Legislature. Di:Ait Faiimeii: Tuesday, the day sot for convening, was taken up by the Senate in tilling vacancies in elmkshipa and receiving the credcntinlsof the new members, Joshua II. Bates, ol'IIamiltoncounty, vice Veanor, resigned; Alphonso Hurt, of Portage, vice Judge .Day, elected Supreme Judge; and Jonathen Cranor, of Shelby, vice Senator Maiizy, deceased. Jlr. Scott presided in the House until a Speaker was elected. The credentials of tlm now members, James W. Hobiuson, of' Union, vice Sterling, resigned ; llunmhcry Hoover, of Stark, vice Joseph Sehell, re signed; O. D. Hough, of Delaware, vice J. U. Hubbell, resigned, were ireented and who were sworn in. The conte.-t for Speaker, although politic ally a one-sided affair, was on that account none tho less animated. Hon. John John son, of Summit, was tho opposition candi date. The democracy nominated the Hon. French -W. Thornhill, tho beloved iokcr of tho House. 31 r. Thornhill waiving for the time all no litical bias, eloouentlv urcod his claims ! to thu seat on the grounds of his good looks. and at onetime it was thought he would i sucocod, but unl'oi tunately for himself, for ! thejionor of the State, ho sought to win thel eutiro vote of tho opposition by likening ; himself to Old Abo I hnough was too much ; -tho charm was broken-the thought of haying anything in tho semblance of Old Abe in lie chair was too lunch: lor tho opposition and they cast their votes for a good lookingi man, and thus tho election of Mr. Johnson was secured I Mr. Stanton, who is a great man on . resolutions, introduced a resolution instruct- inar our Members of CoiiLn-o-s fo voto for an auiendment to tho Constitution- abolishing slavery. After all tho confiscating, aggra- rating, proclaiming, exclaiming und declaim-1 HIK that has been doilO Old Alio and the ' ti o !ci0!'p""y ,nro1,,ot, rf- C"itircliyi wti ""i ! I that slarcry is dead. It dies hard I miL'ht as well undertake to kill a tortle at once. On Thursday, in the Senate. Mr. Egdcs ton introduced a resolution of instruction to our Members of Congress to furor a lory of, ono per cent on all real e.stato liel'd by any individual abovo tho sinn of $5,000 ; i "ml. .5.1 nor cent on each acre orland not personally occupied, and also upon each acre which any individual owns above 100 acres. I trust our abolition friends will not bo startled at theso propositions as this is only a feder only a fore-shadowing of what is to como only a despcrato measure to arouse tho almost moribund insensibility of their dear abolition brethren who aro daily declar ing that they do not ai tho effects or tho war. irtliero is such a thine as brineinsr war. ii tncro is sucn a thing as bringing them to their phelinks I sliink it w-ill be donc. t Jlr. Stereiison also introduced a resolu tion of instruction to Congress for tho adop tion and rigid enforcement of retaliatory measures on rebel Dtisoners: this is mid- nosed to bo in accordance with tho now Gospel promulgated by Burlingamo's aboli-ihis tion Bible, and abolition God. Mr. McKenzio announced tho death of Hon. David J. Mauzy, of tho 12th Senato rial district, and introduced resolutions of condolence. Mr. Scott introduced a resolution requi ring riio Governor to endeavor to havo tho servfeo of tho National Guards placed to tho credit of Ohio under the present call for troops. This, 1 imagine would bo a very serious undertaking lor our renerabio Uov . should not bo credited. Can you imagine our dear Governor occupying that equivocal I position, and coine: around bv war ol' tho eir- i ciuulocution office, renovating his enervated cvlnm on tin. wni' trill. 1,I t,..-.:, t.... It. "anu to present to uid AUo, Onn von?. Mr. b 8 proposition was finally withdiawu The week s ligislation closed with the ft sideratifm of a proposition to iucrea; on- the ... .... . .... ...... raiutH.-aui inu mi.ii.miiB uiuce-is, , men ua iiiiuieji.u to uiuiuiiu uiuui ultimo uiuucln. tin i i , ,. . , . , ins caused a oca. oi discussion auout cheap men and cheap nfheors and any amount of fillibustorimr. Our renerabio Governor is 4 understood to say that ho considers it no i Krcat connilimont to sav that a chcim man ' can lw got J'or Governor at t a cheap man ' $1800 an-l J. A. E. a ..fT-..r , J poi iion ui ure n army uru rupunuu iu-yero havo gone to operate against Sherman. I 1 NEWS ITEMS. ,. , , Pli, ... , C IT liaZ tlic oilier ihiy. four 4i4'o;t of dollar to ru in liove tho conntv id' i(n miotn under the lain "'"li I'rosiihnl I'.ir .W.OOO moro men. l'biladelphia, l,y mi almost tiri.-.rihrioiirt o( of both Inni A(m or l.er City Council, ,((W llI1I)ro,r!al(, ,, w ,WfJM ,,, tf) rc yWVl) tho city of its quoin ol'tlio lute cull for more trout, General H luiini.ii 1ms limited tlm nul.li-' ef.l III, III' l,UMt. t.r.r J i I. .. ..!, I ,..,. v...,,,..,.v ... ... ,.,,, " "ey are not allowed to comment upon I ho uetN of the iiuthoiits. tpi ,. , . . , ,. , .r.. 1 ',1 ":lll"m"1 y that iftho .Soiitli is overcome, they want an alliance with hnglatid, l'ranco, .Spain, or uny other uaiiou, ruuier man uio l unkces. (Jcorpe 1). Prentice, who has returned from Hichmond to Washington, has brought a memorial to the President from Lieutcn ant Oov. Jacobs, of Kentucky, asking per mission to return to that State. He has been banished by tho military authorities from thu State. Tho President has the memorial under advNcment. Out of every eight blind fed Californians, ono is insane. Gold digging has rather a bad effect. An orphan boys' fair hold in Boston, last week, netted 15,0U0. Tho ArchbNhop of Toledo has addressed a circulalar to tho clergy forbidding women to sing in churches. When a couple want a divorce in the Ida ho mines, a meeting of tho miners is called, who grant it if expedient. Beer have become unusually thick thiB winter on the slope at the Alleghany moun tains in Pennsylvania, iluutersbehcvethat they must have emigrated there from other Mates, jlailroad companies are now changing their coal burning locomotives back to wood burueis. Nearly all tho Eastern railroads have stopped using them entirely. The arbitrary conduct of General Low. Wallace in .Maryland, is being reviewed by tho President. Hon. Thomas Corwin ap pears to be on the sido of clemency and justice. General Bragg has issued a congratula tory order about the success of the rebel de fense of Wilmington. W hue tho oil fever is raging in the At' tic fctates, our lriends on the Paci hint Coast are not without their sensation. ific They . .. . . . ,,rrt ifi'rii T l' i vmrru .n.. tttn ,.ri,. ., tr.nt ....... .i. 0f ,,ia , the region ol Puget Soi l'oiu in the remon ol 1'uiret bound. A great increase of emigration to this region ' is expected, and new gold fields aro about I to be opened. I The construction of a bridge over the Ohio river at Ucllair, will be comtneneeil in the ISlirine. Tlin enturnrlsn is iniilert.-iL-eii In- the Daltinioie and Ohio Bailroad Cvinnaiir. It is estimated that it will require 2,500 men, three years and a half to complete the work". A distinguished writer says; "lean pick out nien in New York great men, that count millions to their names of whom, if you should take away their wealth, there would bo nothing left you might hunt with a lighted candle, and you could not find them to all eternity. The cavalry and artillery branches of our service are full, and the Provost Marshal General has forbidden tho enlistment ufinen for either. He should also forbid tho en gagement of men in such serrieo as burning up an immense amount of powder in trying to shake down fortresses. Then an order again.st bursting six 100 pound Parrot guns at a time, might prevent such disasters in the lutuie. Indiana's divore laws aro not so lax as they once were. I ho applicant for divorce must now prove a lama tide, residence in the State for a year, as well as a satisfactory cause lor divorce, in order to obtain tho dissolution. At tho golden wedding or Deacon Lewis Lhapin, ol orcoster, Mass., last week. cake was presented to him bordered with fifty gold dollars, and with an eagle and four gold dollars in tho centre. The work of draining tho Dubuquo load region, wnerc mining, operations havo been embarrassed by a copious flow of water has been commenced on a large scale by a com bination of Now York and Western capital ists, and promises to take rank among the notable enterprises of the day. There is a largo quality of vacant public land in Missouri some six millions acres which can bo entered under the homestead act or located with laud warrants, ncricultu- nil college scrip or cash. There aro a good many reasons for settling in Missouri, and this land ought to bo in good demand, There has been a meeting called in Boston to aid the destitute people in Savannah, Thc blockade-! tinner Julia, with 450 bales )f cotton IiajJ )C0 canture(, by United Statosgunboat. She was makingibr Nassau, Thu 0!ili of the Julia and canro was $200, 000. T. . , x1 , , Jt, ls rmorcd that the rebels at Bichmond ar0 hurrying troojis to Brauchvillo to check Sherman's progress in that quarter, I ho Bichmond papers hare news that Hood defeated Thomas at Columbia, cantur- ig a brigade of our men at the town. Forrest is said to have captured a brigade and 000 wagons. Ho has been made a T.ienti'iinnt (lenenil 0- his cm-v;,.nc ' T,,G "iehmond papers announce the death ,. s,i: h.. ,. l rn. announcement is contradicted. noon s army is now ooutn ol tho J.cn- ,lc'Nc nvcr -r,'0ni) flroS 1st, Thc damage done to tho salt works by tho Union raiders in South-western Virginia will bo speedily repaired Tho Richmond Sentinel announces that Mosby is rapidly recorering. Tho New York Herald's Washington cor respondent says that Killpatrick's cavalry has seized llurdeesvillo on tho Charleston and South Carolina road. The obstructions iu Savannah River aro being removed, and navigation up that stream, lor lienvv ilmin'hr. vessels, will hr. y. ' l'ed a V''. . . iiicro aro uauy arrivals oi cotton in oa ruunah from the country, and tho merchant men aro making offers tore-open trade with tho North, pay their old uobts and com- iiicuec anew. Tho Richmond turners state that. Hood, on retreat, has impressed largo numbers of nogs ami catuo anu urcaustuiis and many Tho Examiner contains un editorial severe ly condemning tho administration of Jeffer son Davis According to a dispatch in tho New York HVM, from Washington, tho South will bo recognized by England and Franco before the 4th or March, because Mr. Lincoln did not carry them at tho election. It claims th-it tlin recent, nrln.lec in tho IHclimnnil -iho Now 1 oik Iribune learns that J. C. ' reniont has been appointed Minister to I' rmice. Iho story is doubtless untrue. Mr Howard has been re-elected Unilcd sif.ilno s?.,.,..,,. 1'..,,, At t,,I.T....t. v!.uijiiifl unuy lillu qililllllliu n belonging to alleged PeCCSslOlllstS. Gen. Sheridan's cavalry are moving, and throughout Loudon and Faitlax counties were arresting many disloyal citizens and carrying away largo quantities ot property r., . . . . . . . . Ss inni nn'fa nrin,. hnvn r-nnn ,n,n wintni- "r-yyfi ''u'"'c'a " V. J. . V , A $50,000 residence has been purchased by tho citizens of Philadelphia us a present iu iurs. uun. uraiu also u proseiitoi ?ju,uuu Mrs. Gen. Grant; also a luuscutof $30,001 liaa 00011 made by tho Philadolphians to tin widow of Gen. Birncy. rt so. lighting between Hood and inoinas South or the Tennessee Rirer. NEWS ITEMS. The Full Quota of Ohio by Districts NEWS ITEMS. The Full Quota of Ohio by Districts--Computation of Years of Service Furnished by Each District. District. [From the Provost Marshal General Circular District. [From the Provost Marshal General Circular to the State Provost Marshal.] - ''ho tiota of the State of'Oliift, nn-lor tlic , , "' J1'" J ni',l'K R,r ,,,irc 'V1''',1''.'1 l"b' inon, dated December 10, I H03, is ' , twenty-six thousand one hundred and fifty- "V0, l!t 'ho'iiimber rciuitei under. ' .tll,; L'llllt 'r. takiiiB into account thu orod-1 " ' " ' ,nlul,e ' I"1 I "lailllif lllll IlilllilLr u.i oi st.r ico llir latinir niheil ly oiio, two and three yearn men. 1 1 ho quota ot tlie 1st Dlstllct U'J,I77 in District is i,fi pi District 1K,OT lib District Is 1,W7 Mil DIMrlct Is fla (;th District Is l,i;. Tth District Is l,'7.1 hlli District Is I, or, llth Dlstilct Is I, till Kith District Is i,TM llth'DMrtct Is.lJO I'JItODIslrlct Is 1,100. I'Jtli District Is 1 ilh District Is ;sx7. Kith District Is sl. Iill h District Is lj-tf. 17th District U Ml. 18th District Is 1,'rj). lOth.Dlstrlct Is IjUl. The whole number of rears of servim fur. nished by each District, and which is to bo considered in apportioning the quotas of the sub-districts, is : J1 ir.it District '1,077, being an excess of 1,504 years of service over the number ofj men furnished. Second District 3.P50, being an excess of 1," ID years of service over thj number of men furnished. Third District 6832, being an excess of 2,78'J years of service over tho number ofl men furnished. Fourth District 5.340, bcinc an excess of 2,5;i'J years of servico over the number of' men furnished. Fifth District 4,007, being an excess of 2,ll5ycaMof service over the number of men turnishcu. Sixth District 5,743, boim: an excess of 3,011 years of service over the number of f, lul.n.l Seventh District 0,003, being an excess or 3.323 rears of. survieo over tlm nmnlior ol' men furnished., . Eighth District 4,024, being an excess of 2.014 rears of service over the number nf1 men furnished. Ninth Distiict 0,577, being an excess or rears ofserv ce over tho numljcr of1 mc, l'u,r"i1s'.'e.d-. , uiiiii jisiuui .i.oou, ueii g mi excess oi 2,010 years of service over the number ol men iurnislicu. Elereuth District. 5,403, boin an excess or 3,131 years or sorricc orcr the number men luniishcu. Twelfth District 0,410, being an excess or 3,302 ycaw of service over the number of men lurnMicd. Thirteenth District 5,0S4, being an excess or2,-J70 years of service over tho number of men furnished Fourteenth District 5.570 beintr an pvpps fil7f .1 g i Ol ,i,I JJ y ears ol service over the number Of ,iir,i rnrtiwlif.il wn ..." .... . . l'litcentii uistnet o.SNJ, being an excess of 3,543 years of service over the number of, men lurnishcd. Sixteenth District 5,550, being an excess of 2,002 years of service over tho number ofl men turmslicd. rcventeontn uistrict o.uyy, ucimr an ex cess of 2,SOi years of service over the num ber ol men lurnishcd. :ing a r the ; Eighteenth District 5,000, beinir an ex cess of 2,070 years or service over the num ber of men furnished. Nineteenth District 5 ''07, beinir an ex cess of 7,703 years of service over the num ber ol men lurnishcd. 1. ....!..... .1.:,. i: ...an.. in iiniti iu v:iiiuiu.u iiim iuuii, it win ue added to tho quota of the districts in gross, and distributed amomr the sub-districts cording to thc number enrolled in each.- This will give thc quota of tho sub-districts tncrrasui I; the cm'At ii proportion to the number rnrollid ; but as the number or one, two and three rears men. respeetivelv. havo been furnished without retrard to thu num ber enrolled, the Prorost Marshal will sub tract from this gross quota, tho actual amount of execw of years of service which the sub-districts has furnished. The Democratic Party. There is now no such thing as a Demo cratic party, known and recognized by that name. Tho party which did bear that name is dead. ,V. J,outs Aoolttton paper. The Democratic party not only still lircs, Imr linu vifnlil,- ntiniurli ie iw.TI ,.i.ln,.!i. ...... bov.... .V UI, II IIIIIJUIl ui the legitimate rotes of tho Union, which it did on tho 8th of Norcmbcr, lgtif. A par ty numbering clyhtteii hundred thousand voters in the adhering States may well be assumed to hare an existence. lllllions, VC tlieM-fJL?,hVi".! . t.uiLU They rep- ... n . .... resent, a population oi over nine millions, i ... I... . l... ..i:.i . anu iiiusi ai. last ou leueu upon lo s; ll'lflon. fo wliii.li till,- tlmv will Iia . " J " '." '-", when tho consequences ol their fraudulent defeat at tho polls shall bo made more ap- . , .. . - .. .. i , .1 parent, uy tuu nievnaoie miseries uicsc must entail UDon tho neonle. Bar hr dar fanat- ieisin is tearing off its own disguises it will soon stand nudo before the nation. The eyes of tho peoplo arc ercn now partially opened when they sec clearly, a living poworin the Democratic party will be among the things now hidden that will then greet their newly restored vision. Making the Most of It! en ed A respectable rainier, though a viole Republican, iu southern Ohio, ascertain that his daughter had become a practical miscegciiationist, by tho astounding fact that she irave birh to a mulatto babv. Tho author of thc misfortune was found to bo a strapping big nigger in thc vicinity. He was arrested, taken to a prorost marshal and disposed offer tho sum of 1,000, and sworn into thc service of Uncle Sam. The "grandpa" of tho littlo contraband took nine hundred dollars of tho money, gave the nigger a hundred dollars "for his trouble," and returned home leelmg that the dark tiiospect before his family was somewhat brightened. Exchange. The Wealthiest Man in America. Alexander T. Stewart, tho dry goods na bod of Now York, has tho largest income of any man in America, or probably, the world. Ho has lately paid an income tax of 250,000 ! on a net insoiuo nt'Jit e million dollars. This would bo tho interest, at 0 per cent., of orcr eighty millions. Wo know of no case among tho wealthy men of, I'.ngland that surpasses or equals tins; and wo suppose A. T. Stewart is tho "richest man" bring. Albany Argus. Since Mr. Lincoln's inauguration in March, I SGI , there hare been five changes in his Cabinet: Stanton for Cameron, Usher for Smith, Fcsscnden for Chase, Dcnnison for Blair, and Speed for Bates. It is stated that tho blockade of Wilming mington is an impossibility. Wo roquiro Jour things from woman that virtue dwell iu her heart, modesty play on her brow, that sweetness flow from her lips, and industry occupy her hands. Eat, digest; read, remember; earn, save; lore and bo loved. If theso-four rules ho Tears aro no sign of a soft heart; water is I distilled from rocks. Mrietly followed, health, wealth, intelligence and trim happiness will bo the result. ' A I .... C :.. 1. 1,. l.Att. 1,... I.n...l., . .'lull ui KU1I1US masu inu oust iiu?liailil , a fool has too much opinion of his own dear Unlf no' ton littlo of wonnn tnlmensiK- ''1.n(1, to mtl ot woma"' t0 1,0 cas,1 , feu""'-u wl4ichiss''i;'tlu;n wituer. i lho pcaco resolutions in tlio iNortli Uaro lina Senate woro defeated by a rote of 1 1 to 20. DELINQUENT TAX SALE. 'Pill: I.ANIH, Urn, AND I'AllTH OP IXJTH. ItCTI IlSLl) tjni.tNQUUNT II V Tit K TllKA 1 miriT of IIiiIimh cull lily. tiHtothrr with tlio ttit-ruxt clurni! thi'ii-on nttruMibly to law, uro A. 1ST JDS. It. Itcpphiiy I'.-tor t Kline DiVbl l,iik JMinH ', YodcrMI'l'iacI & HoHfjlatid Mush 7 Maker William 8 Hpurijcon Win 7 Woods J, n A Klslur Ixwls 0 Hull K. II V HK.Idoii Thomas V IloiiKhmd llosns " , sumo 7 Ijiwver Manuses J same ft l'rcnii'r I'hlllp 1'laliW Jacob 5 13 T. H. 17 H 0 t n 10 8 2 S 12 8 I.-, 8 11 ft A 8 1 8 '11 9 71 9 3 3 9 1 13 17 TOWN LOTS. FAUMEBSVILLE. I.uke Gr-orfiO snnio Woods J. II. sumo sumo suinn In-IxjllO " 17 OXFORD. Iu-Lot21 .. 2 " Hi " I NAPOLEON. i:i In-fc.it zs VALCR. 10 10 ' 'ennnct Joseph NUIIIO MILLEHSBUItG. Itoneluiid Moses Htitln-Lot 10S 0o0 h"!mu. . fu " 'in 'Hj wees Modena " iw in w" " ' ' I hkconb ApniTios to millehshcho. MunKer JnoNnidcKjin.tiifi vn sva-iiirimos or out-lot R JVir!VntlV:J-H- SD'V & TiimAi.i.'s Annirio.v to Mn.LcaaDfKO. Kvcrhnrt Perry M. In-fcitai w lwo ! Kverhart i.ydtu 'jy.; 140 fr o , Ti"l1';1lJI1liv"1- " j J same " bit aj tv mayeh's audition- to millkiwhukg. O HUMAN TP. soiilh'hnlf north-rnst north. went inlililln part north-west MSl half south-west liorth-enst corncT soilth-Wftl MECHANIC TP. north-west norlli-iint, KIMibTCK TP. uml half north-wekt north-west part north-writ eatt half north-Hist P.1CHLAND TP. north-east north-west north-west south-east south-west north-wist HAUDY TP. notitli-wpst Ronth-pnst Mnth-iist rmrt south-weit BEULIN Tl'. mid pi south side lot 111 mid pt north side lot 12 WA JjNUTCUHEK TP. north-west corner lot 21 1'PvATRIE TP. partBonth half fraction ACHV-S. VALUE. TAX. 1 M0 17 39 0 h4 HI 2 91 I Nl l4lil 29 W 2 W S.VJ UK) tn oo lino 60 MO 10 87 0 1 SKI 20 0 W 23) 0 6S 0 40 2S0 7 OS 0 40 m i .31 o 40 2VJ iWO 40 1200 4.', 02 0 ti 840 21 51 0 I M 1 20 0 Ti 130 5 00 6 41 1470 SI SO 6 K0 4VI 400 300 TAX. Zl t, 29 0 23 41 0 10 IS 0 10 18 0 7 CI 0 1 71 0 1 73 0 21 It) 0 SO 0 2 20 A 6JJ1I 10 10 0 BEULIN. VALUE. Korns John In-fcjt 11 ICO Ijiwlund Wm. " l' S same " ii vn samo " 10-j 20 Mversleoruc llfrtt " 7 V) HhlresHamuel pt " 7 100 wolgamol Andrew " 79 'Oi OUT-IJTI TO UEIiLI. Glnufiun J. M. NWc 10 10 bhane Wamuel NWo 8 10 HOLMESVILLE. Ilarnes J. M. IllLVU A. J. Mattocks J. W. Nheldon II. U, same Taylor T. A. same In-Ixjt M VSi 150 ID 13,1 M 10 w 'M 200 20 t) 10 3 2', 0 DcwlttJeremlah same Mime same NASHVILLE. Ill-Lot ll 30 2 0 91 7 Orr.h i,hn H. same same same same Donald Andrew IX-wlttT. (. Harris T. II. I.lwett A- fc.ller w eizierjoiin si. In-fcit 319 210 11 Ofl 0 , McDowell A. .1, 61 S3 81 SO 87 M Hi W 4i SO 57 K II Itj 110 6 9 8 8 8 8 120 2VJ l.'SO 130 :m 100 TAX, S 40 O 11 25 6 89 U 89 01 62 0 2 10 0 lA 0 43 r, 19 u 32 5 2 01 & 93 5 4 Or, 0 41 6 1 38 0 29 5 2 W 17 9 17 9 17 9 17 9 17 9 17 9 17 9 17 9 2 77 0 6 77 .'. 2 99 o 2 99 r 10 90 0 3 03 0 NOTICE. AuufTui:4 Office, Ho.mes Cocnty, Ohio, STOTIOr: Is .hereby clven to all concerned, that the whole of said several tracts of lands, lot, or r, ' " u ... . ts 'ir. t" ,.l!Uci! xhltti ",l 115 wl" "r t" Iy the tuxes und penalty charged e .', lert!"1. 'J1 '"-' wla Uy ,llu "" Treasurer, at the Court House In said county, on the third , Tuesdav of Jnntmry next, unless such taxes and penalty be paid before that time, and that said i i, . .-;" .".-.i ""i i""" eacn miu ever)- iraci, lot una pan oiiot speemwi in d list shnll have been disposed of, oroflcred for sale. joiin WHITMAN, County Auditor. . sal said December 29th, iwi. 3 1 Time of Holding Courts ! IN Tin: .Sixth Judicial UlHtrlct. .. uviie I Coshocton Ashland lllchlnnd Knox IMcklnu Delaware IT IS OUDKIlKD HY THE UNDKltSIONED, 1 Judaes of the Court of Common l'leas for the Sixth Judicial District, that the terms of the Court of Common Pleas and District Court, for the year 1NV, be held In the several counties of said District, commencing on the devs follow ing: COMMON I'l.KASi. Holmes County, February 7, May M, No. 7. February 21, August s, Nov. 21. March 13, August 21, Dee. II. February 13, April 21, Oct. 23. February 27, July 31, Nov. 8. March 13, August 11, Nov. 20. February 7, May 9, October 11. March 21, August S, Xov. 21. Fcbruury 27, July 24, October 30. DIsiTHICT COUKT. I Holmes County, Waynn ' Ashland " lllchlnnd " Morrow " Delaware. " Knox " l.leklng " Coshocton 44 June ftth. June 7th. June Cth. June llth. June 17th. June sjth. June 22d. June Mth. June Sfith, WILMAM .SAMl'I.K.) T. ('. JONl, UFO. W. OF.DDIS, J Judges. .Mansfield, O., Xov. 29, 1X14. f ) In testimony whereof, I have here- "n't a"ed tlie.s.al XkLTx ,hU-lh 'iii'viiv n M..mi-.i r The State of Ohio, Holmes County, ss : I, Henry D. McDowell, Clerk of the Court of Common l'leas within and for said county, hereby certify that the within and foregoing to be truly taken und copied Ironi the order of the Judges of the Court ol Common l'leas or the sl!l11 Judicial District ofthehtate of Ohio, now J r , HENUY 1). McDOWFf.r. 1 Dee. s, isol wo. cu-rk of court. IXT'tAfm n v U& VV E-L-IT I J Ami nil other Styles of Latest Fashions. ! j ' ! ; Ladies Gold Hunting Watches Chatelaine Pins, Gold ClaairLS ! Gold Necklaces, CUFF BUTTONS! And a largo Stock of Silver Hunting Watches, NEW PATTKHNS. SETII THOMAS CLOCKS, c, itc, Selected In the Eastern Cities with great care nnd can be Bcmglxt Olieap -A-T ,3t'r'S, A few Doors East of Kock's corner. Pec.CS, lsni-tf NEW IVEar'ble "Works II. W. HOXVVOllTH RESriClTrUMA' Inform-! tho public that he Intends carrying oil the above business in nil Its brunches, in the old stand formerly oecu- iled by I. Hoxwortli.dec tl., und feels confident hnt he can 1'IcuNe nil In Work and Prices. All those wanting anything In his line will do well by calling soon, as he has u Largo Stock of FT,-lf-slT:E3 JtAltllT.H ! I","" n.uuAnuiuii itvv. 10, isei. ii I'lIOTOGnAPIIlO AM11I.1IS. t tho hook eroun HARDWARE! S. It. WEIRICII Invites the atten tion of the people of Holmes County to his very large and complete Stock of Hardware, among Whlch Will be found. p Cutler' of all kinds, such as Pen Knives, i jviiix-, ur- ver. Table Knives, 1-orks und .Spoons, i onee .Mius, Maw i. inters, Jicnt (fitters and Situilers, .'Ulucing Knives, SchIc-s, Vises, Anvils, Screw Plutes, Hand Hammers. Horse Shoes. Iron, Steel, Glass- Putty. Nails. Oils, White Lend, Paints, Cider .Mills, Cider Presses, Saws, circular Saws, m w'un si,,,?,, cojnpass saws, crosscut saws, bugiry mn . broom twine, broom wire, rope, bed cord, ses, Apple Parers, Hand illl saws, butchers' saws, ws, crosscut saws, buEKV Ilonsc Trim tilings. locks nnd hinges, butts nnd screws. Grind-. Stones. sU-Vfl Kf-flt.Mi l-lrwlrti,. cnvl . m. undspades,spiirs,sixikeshaves,snullt.rV. slates steelyards, oil-cloth, shears, scissors, Cureutcr!' Tools cow Iwlls- 'pipe lwxes. springs axles and eurrv combs; Horse brushed. Whitewash b'rushes and Ugyea.vy,elo UndSi m great anetj . A large lot of pifl,u,c w.i , . ee?s Cl'!le,s Si.miIm 1",', T1"06"' braces' au" ---- r:iri-i:itr. Trin.mlnnt variiagc A rimilllfls, nnamelcd leather, dash leather, goat hair, fel- loesauu uuinw, seatspnngs, seat sticks, stialts. Dolts, maleable Iron, implements ol all kinds, ; , ' r . . . ; i-""". linn cups, locks, double triggers, moulds, mountings, Ac. Harness Trimming;. Sliver, silver-plated nnd Japanned tnountine, allklnds; Ornaments, rosettes, Ivorv woodami iron rings; sieicli hells, farm bells, sheep und SOLE LEATHER always on hand at tho lowest prices. .i, , , H- II- VEIK1CH. Mlllersburg, March 10, 1SW. GO AND SEE N. P. McCoi-mick's STOCK OjF" iFIISriE GOODS. Gold Watchos, Americnn "Watches, dc Flue Swiss Watches Of all Styles and Prices. Finn Kings, Pints, Chains, Gold Pens, Eur Drops, Gold Keys, Spectacles, Spoons, Ac, And a fine Stock of CLOCKS! Which ho Is selling Cheap. Oo and examine for yourself. Watches Carefully Repaired . r- Mccormick. Dec. K, 1601. . .gain on. Hand. , 3-30l,C3-l R332 HAS again taken charge of his old Store at Nashville, and has on hand a fine assort ment of SEASONABLE GOODS ! To which tho attention of the people ls respect fully Invited. Ills motto of small profits and quick sales will bo rigidly adhered to. Persons in neeii oi DRY G-OODS, GROCERIES ! Qiieensware ! or anything else usunlly kept In a retail estab lishment nmy save money by calling on tho undersigned UEOIIGE HEED. Nashville, Dee. 18t)l Pv.... I- il..4i.. O Ci l lOi II S liUlv Llllter SftP vui luiuuii vuiivi 1VI1 LJlliU. r have one of Wilson's Teleernnh Fodder Cut-' J ters, of No. 2, size the best Cutter In use for i euttliigC'ornfodder, hay, orstniw, by horse or ,i.l i.ii-.p .,.(..,! 1 ...ill t.l I fur kf,n,.fh l,i( lekts Ihun It til i.n.i. lu ,wi,if-lif nt. tli A slinn nml j brought here; It is new, has never been used, , IU1U IS as gOOU HH HII, iiiui v.ri hub iiiiiur, . Apply lnimedlatefy, personally or bv letter to 44 UEOllGE SMITH. Slianesvllle, Tuseatawas county, Ohio. December 20th, 'St. J.lPu. KOOH:, Jr., 11m now received tho balance ot hi Stock of Fall k Winter DRY GrOODS, Which wilt bo (Old at lrlooa to;tilt tliu'Tlmoii I A FULL- AKSOIITMKNT Ot GROCERIES Alwuyn on Ilund. IDOIST'T FOKaBT TO Sell Your Produce ! AT KOCH'S CORNER For Cash.. Mlllersbarg, Dec. 1, 183L FOR 100 DAYS. Grcut Ciosins Out Sale ! cV CLOTHING! Trunks, Valises, jotious, -AND- GEXTLEJIEiV'S F0BXIS0IX6 GOODS. I I TN" consequence of thc grcatlr advanced price 1 X ofgoods and the unsettled state of the mar- I tet. we hfive ileterTiilne,! to close out nnr Tirs. ent business, nnd will therefore, from this day commence offering our entire stock of Heady- nut'ie ioininir, iiais, ,;aps, motions anu uen- tlemen's Furnlshlnir Goods at such prices as . will lusure their speedy sale, DRESS COATS, FROCK COATS, SACK COATS, ENGLISH WALKING COATS, , i i vrrc vt'STS PANTS, ESTfii, FLANNEL SHIRTS, White Shirts, Drawers nnd Under-shirts, Hats anil Caps, Trunks and Valises, and one thou sand and oneartlcles too numerous to mention. We therefore invite our numerous custlmers I 'anil the rest of mankind to come und ice, and Judge for themselves. pay the samo lfore tho anJ b-v olng so oblige. "011 n,.e. tnher 1st iuai Our Stock ls one of thel.lrppst nnd hest ted In the city, and all purchased since tho de- icon,- in ine iiiarKci, luereioreuu our ooous win Vssibly be oUered Ls low. and many articles , e en iil u ies price man tuey can now ue pur- ! chased In Kastern markets: therefore the pub- lie as well as country merchants, wlllflndthls a good opportunity of replenishing their stock cl "u""iagcous terms, Call therefore, one and all at the well known I'nitetl States Clothing Store! ! Two Doors west of the Court House, and secure soiue 01 uie gooa oargans. 3fThose having unsettled accounts or notes w"." ,V unuersignc-u are reouested to come and pay the samo lcfore tho first of January, 1SG3. llopfman 5 3Iosh. December 1st, 1S0I Just what is Wanted III ailLLERSIlUUG. EXCELSIOR Boot & Shoe Store. E. A. HEBRON, KNOWING that the town of Mlllersburg vtm . In need of o veil selected stock of Hoots aRd .ShnM nnn nn.ni.1 nn, .... .j . . IUW Ikllllll bill, ot Jackson street nearly opposite tho Umpire House, one of the best assortment4! ever brought to Holmes couuty, -V. Splcnaia Assortment; Of Ladles and Children's Shoes of tho latest and most fashionable styles, both of Eastern and our own manufacture, that cannot help but please the most fastidious customer. CUSTOM WORK -?i Custom work mndo to order on short UI notice, of the best material, and by tho f Kl best workmen. Tho best Kastern mau- niaciureu worK, auaptcd to the season. constantly on hand. The people are respectfully Invited to call and examine rnrthemselvi-s before purchasing else where, and they may discover that ours ls th place to procure the best bargains. -!5'i'iS6I-iL HOlijVGER & PRINCE Carriage & Wagon Makers, AND BLACKSMITHS, Opposite tho Disciples' Church, 3CillriTfcTrs, AltE prepared to do , work on short no tice nnd In tho most wnrkmnn . like, and sunsiaiiuai manner. waJSwP4 V'AUUIAGES. W AtlONS made to order on sh.ort llOtlee. nnd Wnrrnnl..! ...... good satisfaction. B-Thoso desiring work dono aro respectfully Invited to cull. ,,, , HOLLINQEH A I'HI.VCE. Mlllersburg, Dee. K, isoi. , 7VTOTICE ls hereby given that the undersigned M: h-'sen duly appointed nnd qualltled as Si1lP.IA'ImlWMr,Hl,rwlt,l"lowll,nnl,,,xI.O4'tl40es. ,nte lJf jhrae nox worth, lato of Volmes county, lOhlo.deeeused. , , DANIEL 1. LEAnni.TTEH. Dei-. U, ISCI-w.t Coal Diggers. Two or threo itoo.1 Coal Diggers cn secure ft gooil situation from the undersigned. Wage liburul and .situation permanent. Hill on HUNJA.MI.V HALL, Dt-o. , isdl, Jllllersburg, Ohio. Israel Ilo.vivorth's I.'slate. 'PO THE NKKVOU8, T.i-t.r r-r.n'l-n, k-,v Despondent of both sexes. A great sulW- pr liiivilnr lien ri..lnru,l ,,. ho.il 1 1, It, f.m. .,,. after many years of misery, is wlUlug to ass'ltt ma H'liun tl ni I II res 11 ciiU ! J iV. Oil reCtil pi of a postpaid addressed euvelou. a onnvnrth- lonnula of cure employeii. Direct to JOHN Jt. DAONAI.L, nw hot im roii lwiicd, tirooviyn, N. T.