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Holmes County Republican.
MlLLEHSBCBG, 0., August 25, 1S70.
To the Subscribers of the Holmes County
The Editors of this paper have
fitted up a first-class office, and wc
now have the pleasure of presenting
to you the first copy of this paper.
As you will see, the Editors have
come up to their part of the con
tract. We, the committee on col-
i: 11 fell
ILXllUUbt tOll UJJUU j UU UUMWv
your part. A number of the Hepub-
licans of Millersburg agreed to
guarantee the advance pa3ment of
eight hundred subscribers, or six
teen hundred dollars payable after
the first issue of the paper, and, in
order to help us out, we hope vou
will all attend to the payment ofj
your subscription at Once. J'ay-
ment can lie made to the liersons
who solicited subscription in the
several townships. - .
We would say to those authorized
to take subscription, see that your
list is increased, we must have more
G. W. EVERETT,
A. B. RUDY.
'c are under obligations to Hon
Martin Wclkcror a large lot of Public
Documents sent us, which are very val
uable to UP.
Opening of Public School.
The Public School will ojxjn on the
first Monday of September, under the
direction of Mr. Loo, of Bethany,
AVest Virginia. Mr. Loos, is a son ofl
Prof. Loos of Bethany College, and is a
line scholar, we are told. We hope he
may be successful in, that- responsible
IMi-itiou. i ,f I .
Opening of Public School. Odd.
Tlie town of, Weinsliiirg in this
ty, having about two hundred inhabi
tants, has not a single renter In the place,
Everyman owns his own house. There
is likewise only one man who does days
The Hon. Martin Welker gave us a call
a few days since, while In town. He is
looking as well a3 wo tiavelseen'lilm
for several years.
AVc were favored with a call on Fri
day last, from Mr. .Tblm H. Faxon, of
Elyria, Assistant Assessor of Kavenna,
in Lorain county..' IVc-.'onnd him a
very pleasant and agreeable man. He
was looking vcrv well.
Convention of College Men.
An association of the presidents and
instructors of colleges of the United
States will be held at Olicrliti next week,
l)oginning on Tuesday evening. This is
one of the national educational gather
ings, and but for want of time this week,
would probably have been held in
Cleveland. The programmel includes
several papers of much interest to those
engaged in the higher grades of schools.
We are under many obligations to our
Republican friends of this county, and
also to many good Democrats, for the
kindness they have .shown us, and the
interest they have taken in soliciting
Mibscriptions, assisting us in fitting up
our office, Ac. ;Many of them Ifiyo
worketfliard, giving time and attention)
which of course is worth money to
them. To their efforts we are indebted
for the handsome list of subscribers
with which wc begin. To all such we
would extend our hearty 'thanks,"ahd
hope that we may have, at all times, as
we know we shall have, their hearty co
operation. They are active, zealous
workers, and we trust they will cori-!
tinue such, as they have shown them
selves to be during the last few months.
Mr.Thos. Cunningham, a farmer liv
ing four miles west from "Wooster,
AVaync county, has, growing in.Ms,or
chard, an apple tree which bears' fruit
every year, yet it never blossoms and
the apples are seedless. In- the spring
it puts forth buds, and the buds con
tinue to grow until they become -perfect
apples. The fruit is pleasant, ma
king a fine cooking apple. "We have
mrtakeii of the fruit for the nastrsevcti
years, and know that .these statemcpts
The Corn Crop.
Coming from Woostcr the other day
across the country, we noticed that the
corn, all along the road,witha;fcw ex-;
ceptions, perhaps', wasVery fine. The
stock is heavy, and the ears large. We
noticed in particular that upon the
Count- Farm. The yield will be great.
From present appearance this farm must
be making some money, at least for the
county. Papers throughout the State
peak of the crop as good everywhere.
Important to Pensioners.
Wc call attention to the article on
Pensions in another column, as given
by the Commissioners describing the
duties of claim agents or attorneys of
record. This act was passed or approved
.Inly 8, 1870. Tlio-e interested please
A very large camp meeting was held
near Smithville, in Wayne county, com
mencing on tlie ilth inst., and ending on
tlielCth. The denomination holding it
was the Methodist Episcopal. The
weather, generally, was very 'goddwith;
the exception of Saturday, un Mm
ilay there must have lieen four or five
thousand persons on the ground. Rev.
Mr. Reeder preached on Sunday, and
we are told had a very large, and.atten-
Barn Struck and Burned by Lightning.
On Thursday afternoon, the barn of
Mr. Joseph Snyder, one mile' north of
Morcland, was struck with lightning,
causing it to take fire instantly. The
barn was filled with wheat, oats, and
hay, all of which was consumed. The
loss is estimated at $3,000. Tlie barn
stood at the foot of a hill near which a
spring of water emptied into a trough
for the accommodation of travelers.
This seems to have lieen the only clap
of thunder during the shower.
The Rev. S. W. Stiller, pastor of the
Presbyterian church of Wooster, has
been siiending several weeks past at
Sag Harbor, Longjsland, enjoying the
pleasures of Sea Bathing. One day,
while out in the sea, some man who
ould not swim, got beyond his depth.
and would have drowned, had it not
been for the timely aid of .Mr. Miller,
who hastened to him, and. taking him
upon his shoulder, swam with him to
the shore, thus saving his life.
Our Presses and entire outfit was
bought at the Cincinnati TypeFonndry;
Wo will give an extended notice next
The Baltimore, Pittsburg and Continental
t7 rS'rf'tSfiJDthat tliSran?
Jlillcrsburg, are not alive to their own
interests in this railroad matter. Xow
we do not propose to say much on the
subject in this issue, but in our next, wc
propose giving some figures showing
the benefit this road will be to the
county should it be built through it
It will largely increase the value of
property in this County. It will brin
into the County nearly half a million of
foreign capital to bear its share of taxes,
It will cause, large additions to.our.pop-
nlatlon fmm jttlieccjDuiiUejrinuX State.
And above all, it will give us rates of
transportation for the products of the
Count-, which will be reasonable and
The money subscribed will not lie
donated by any means, but only loaned
n a safe investmpmVatgood Interest, lie-
hides being expended in our own County,
thus affording employment to a large
numlicr of laborers, and a good market
for the products of the County. But
more than this. Xo sooner would the
road be commenced and built, than
wonWhe found hleiTof capital coming
in Irerd toflwelopjhjfriclrjminerals'jn
which onr County abounds, and follow
ing would be some large manufacturing
establishments, that otherwise could not
be secured. We are glad to learn how
ever, that an effort is about to lc made
to secure the desired stock. We leave
the siibjeqtflleieftor onQnexl jjsueby
asking a perusal of the article headed
"The Three Routes."
County Central Committee.
The following persons were selected
to compose the County Central Com
mittce for the coming year, at the meet
ng last Saturday:
R. K. Enos, X. W. Laubach, David
McCulloeh, Henry Johnston and A. B,
.Rudy. Committee organized by elect
ing Dr. R. K. Enos, Chairman and X.
XT. Laubach Secretary.
Wc issue a number of extra copies
this week, which will be sent to those
who have not yet subscribed. Persons
receiving a copy of the Republican are
tliereforoiespectfullyasolicitcd to send
in tliejrjiainesfwith tha necasary fOO
for one year's subscription, and the fa
vor will be highly appreciated by us
and we will fully compensate you with'
in the year.
You Can Take the Light Down with
Several evenings ago, a party from
soraewlicre in tlie far Hc-t, among
whom was an old lady, put up at the
American. Evidently, she had not trav
eled much of late, and was not as famil
iar with things in generaj, as' shewas
twenty r thirty 'ycarsgo),' jTie Clerk,
wnen ne sitoweu ner to ner room, was
particular to show her, among other
things, how to turn off tlie gas, when
she was ready to go to bed. After he
had done so, the. old lady said to him :
" Well, I guess, you'd licttcr take the
light down stairs with you. I can go
to bed without it. These newcontrap
sions of lights arc jiesky onsartln, and I
don't want to bother witii it.''
"Just as you say, aunty," replied the
Clerk, whereupon lie turned the gag off
and departed. Wayne Co. Democrat.
You. Old Hay.
PcterSliurtz, a farmer living in Clin
ton, N. Y., is said to have in hi barn
There will be a twinim? o r'thPmfinl
bers bfQoffliWnyC.'e7tir regiment, O.
I., on Saturday next, Mg. 27th, at
IWinclillnr A iTotiorol tnvltiltnn fc
hereby extended toalf theorfgiriafinetiU
bers.UTjetnlFwIio possibly- can attend
and thereby secure a pleasant time.
A purchaser for a half interest in a
Grocery and Provision store doing a
1 trade, with increasing patronage,
situated in Wooster, O. Owhyj.fc pf hex.
uusiness, uie present, uwner, ucuig an u
from Wooster, desires to sell his share.
To a good
tcr, Ohio, or at tills office.
wiu & v en.arf ormrucuiars
of Cunningham Uro oos-
The Eclectic Magazine.
vThe August number of this excellent
magazine is on our table. It abounds in
ablv written articles, among which arc
the"folIowing : "Richard Cobden," "The
"Poems of Dante Gabriel Rossetti,"
"Lectures on the Science of Religion,"'
"Tlie Bird of Passage," "nistory of the
English Bible," "Death of Charles Dick
ens," "Romance, of a Counting House,
lc E.R.Pelton, Publishers, 10S Ful
ton St., Xcw York. Term3 $5,00 per
Tlie soldiers of tlie 23d, 42d, 102, and
120th Regts. O. V. I., will hold a grand
reunion at Ashland, Ohio, Wednesday,
Aug. 31st, 1870. You are cordially In-
vlfnl nn'Atlior Willi fill TTAur ftnniroilns
in armswjoqtjll plyase iiotfftoljj
pal U.i.tii; ill uicic-uiuun. vjrut. Jl.le.',
of the 23d, Gen. J. R. Garfield, of the
42d and Chaplain Collier, will lie pres
ent to adibyc JhCjSOldierj and citizens.
By order of the committee.
WILLARD SLOCEM, Ch'a.
B. J. MYERS, Sec'y.
Tlie Disciples of this and "Wayne
County, will hold their yearly meeting
at Blachleysville, Wayne County, Ohio,
commencing ou Friday, September 2nd,
continuing over the' following Lord's
day. Speakers expected to lie present
Prof. C. L. Loos, of Betli.'.ny College,
.T. II. Jones, of Cleveland, and Isaac
ett, pfinclnnatUjMr. I
Lklhg ohirLofds"?ayTat 11,
and other Preachers of the District.
All are cordially invited to attend. Bas
ket dinner on Sunday.
How can you finish your toilet for an
evening call among the Fair Ones, with
cveniug has "flown on angel wing:
the hours begin to count among the
small figure. A nice watch that you
will not be ashamed to show, can lie
bought very low at Frey's. Every one
warranted. The fanner, mechanic or
house-wife, can get serviceable time
keepers to suit them, in apjicaraiice or
quality. It is not necessary to invite
professional gentlemen, for they all
know where Frey's store is and we arc
proud to say we receive a lllieral share
of their patronage. Spectacles madi:
speciality.- The money wW'be refunded
if we fall to give entire.. satisfaction.
Experience and acquaintance witli man
ufactories give us a special advantage
with which we mean to benefit our cus
We hope our friends throughout
this and adjoining counties cI aitttt i
injccuriug subscribers for the Rkmib.
licax Shoty .yoiu; friends a copy, and
ask tlieui to subscribe.
JSTMr. Hull will please receive our
thanks for assistance rendered, in (ret
ting our Presses upStalrr? ti
t3T We hope our friends in town, and
more especially those throughout the
different townships, of the county, will
send us in any items of interct and news
which they may know of in their re
spective neighborhoods. By so doing
they winableusTtorgivc the general
news of tlie county. Send in the facts
just as they occur, and as soon as they
transpire, and we can arrange thein for
tSTThe UniverMty, of Wooster, will
be opened for .-indents on the Sthof
September. On the 7th the inaugera-
tion of President and installation of
Professors, will take place.
CST" The grain business has live
ly for some time .past.: .There-ha.! men
a great deal sold in this market already,
since harvest, and it is coming in rapidly
every day. Tlie price having ilecliiel
checked it somen Mat1, yet ' tliJre "is not
iiineh prospect of "if advancing- fu'r
time at least.'
X3S A man in London 'tripiml-ovflr a
crinoline and was killed
J,rH"J.J. Sulivan of Xashville, dealer in
Dry (iochIs, (iroeerif s, .Notion- Ac, is
doing a good business. ,11 in that sec
tion of the country would do well to
give him a call, as he m-11s good-good-.
CSA certain man declared a few
days ago, that he had found the peniet
nal motion, and said he would apply im
mediatelyjfor s po,cnt fijr'feirsrjn
other man?iiiigh finjUt out. JOn-being
a-ked what it was, he replied,"My wife's
t3T We call attention to the article of
Mr. A. B. Frey in this issue, on "Bee
Culture." Mr. Frey is one of the licst
bee culturists in this section of the
country. He has promised to favor us
with a scries of articles on this subject
which, we have no doubt, will lie very
interesting to those of our readers who
are lovers' of bees,jond who desireHo
pryWtjicirblt ,S3H0J V
EiLovcll R- Crawford, son of Mr.
Ezra Crawford, about 3 years old, died
suddenly on Sunday the 14th inst. On
Saturday, the day proceeding, he was on
the street, apparently as well as ever.
ES Why is John Bigger's boy larger
than his father? Because he is a little
Ain't there more dogs running at
large in the street of Millersburg than
is llsuali-.allotted to a. town of its.sizc?
A few days ago a man by the
name of Vallandingham, several miles
southeast of Wooster, was kicked by a
horse, and almost instantly killed.
The County Commissioners will
meefdrfthe first Mdhdiylii' Sepfciibirl
I 35" There have lieen more accidents
from lightning this summer, than for
years past Accidents to human life, as
well as the burning of buildings. And
such is not the case here alone, but all
the papers throughout this and adjoin
ing states, are full of statements to this
E3FRcv. Mr. Sellers, of Allegheny
city, preached in the Presbyterian
church Jn this place Jasti Wed nesday
evening. His sermon w.-is a very .'fair
effort for n'yonng man. He is doinga
good work in tlie-city, having establish-
a church out of a Mission' Sunday
3F The " rKiiy Full- Jliiral" is the
title of a new Rural and Literary
Monthly, designed for Young Men and
Young WomeUjWhhdi is tft beJssuedJiy
H. X. F. Lewis, the publisher 'of the
Western Kttral, at Chicago. Prizes are
onercd for stories and contributions
from young writers. $1.00 icr year.
CgThe Republican Convention of
the 14th District meets at West Salem,
JVayne Co., to-day, (Wednesday) for
the purpose or nominating a candidate
for Congress in this district. There are
several candidates in the field; Welker,
of. Wayne, the present Congressman,
Dougherty and Slocum,of Ashland, ami
Monroe, of Lorain, are all in the Held..
t3T Notice is hereby given to all ier-
sons owing Farra, AVholf & Co., by note
o?hook ac't. to step up immediately and
settle their indebtedness. Books and
notes to be found at
C.J t .
Eg inc iirscexiuuiiionoi me -oriii-
crn Ohio Fair Association, will be held
at Cleveland on tlie 4th, th, Gth and 7th,
days of Octolier next. Twenty thous
and dollars are offered as prizes in the
several departments of live stock, farm,
garden, orchard, vineyard products,
mechanics', manufactures' and domes
tic goods, works of art, science, etc.
This Association was. organized in Fel
ruary last as an independent joint stock
company with a cash capital of one
hundred thousand dollars, all of which
has been taken by citizens of Cleveland
and vicinity, and the management placed
the hands of a Board of the most ac
tive and responsible business men of that
region. We have no doubt that this
Assoclatlon'Win do a great 'dcarof good
toward advancing the interests of tlie
several departments mentioned.
3fThe Cleveland Herald has the fol
" Peace hath her victories no less re
nowned than war." Ohio's war heroes
were in the foremost rank, and now
Ohio leads in a neace victory bv one of
her woman heroes, Miss M. E. Green' of
Alliance who is the first compositor that
has made her way into the Government
Printing Office at Washington. Urecn
good color; "green suit my complex
ion liest, and green it shall lie,".said the
milkmaid, whose lni.Tgtii.tmrra"ir:tway
witli her wits and down came the milk
pail, and her resources for purchase of
the green dress were suddenly cut off.
But Miss tireen qt .Alliance is not the
Mrs. Sheets of this place was bu
ried on Sunday alternoon. Jier re
mains were followed to the grave by a
goodly number of our citizens.
Those of our lmiueg men who
have been unable to get their advertise
ments ready for this issue, will please
have them ready by Monday next.
Some whom we called upon were not in
while .others we did. not-, have time to
call upoif,-but will-in ft few days. -All
advertisements should be in by Monday
A New Firm.
A change has taken place in
WeirichV HariWarc'sforV: ''M't.vP.
W. Gasche of Lima,- Ohio, and Fred
iSusliauni, of Wooster, buying an
interest in the store and about com
pleting invoicing. S. R. Weirich,
tlie senior proprietor is well known
to every one, as n thorough business
man. As to .Messrs. tiascheit ISus
baum, we have been personally ac-
qiinintcti with them lor many years,
and know them to be first class
business men, as well ns pleasant
and agreeable gentlemen. The firm
name will be Weirich, Gasche k Co.
Their advertisement will be in our
next issue. We bespeak for them a
Kill Your Flies.
You can rid yourself of quarts of
thoBo pogky little nuisancps by using
Dutcher's Lightning Fly Killing
Paper, i-or sale at tho Hook ."store
A Pleasure Excursion.
A short time siucerwe, hr, company-
iday from the cares of life, took
our wives, (tho-c who were so fortunate
as to have that precious article, the
bachelors taking their. sweethearts) and
aclielors taking tlicirsweeinearisj ami
way to-'tha woodr we?
lorninir'stm shed''bi.s R-oWngraf,frcast
upon the earth. The ladies, as they
know how, had everything in readine.-s
the evening liefore, and it was not long
alter reaching the grove, which, by tin
way vas twelve miles eastof ' Wooster.
neariMt.' Eaton, Until'tliey liad an invit
mg breakfast prepared, to which we did
ample justice, after having our appe
tites whetted by the bracing morning,
air. Breakfast over the most of us sal
lied forth with our guns, in order to
procure game for dinner. Several gen
tlemen who are not the best marksmen
in the ivorld, volunteered torentainiidtli
games of croquet.
The woods -founded yarand near
with constant reports from the hunters
for nearly two hours. Then the low
muttering of thunder was heard in
tlie distance, and soon the heavens
grew black with elnud. Those.of iij.
who were too far frbrir' camp'had" tfl
make the Inst of it, for soon the rain be
gan' to fall in torrents' -straight to the
ground. And then a serio-comic scene
was presented Asa natural .conse
quence every (jS! "injjc fojrejpnt
the joke' of it was, the rain came down
o icrpendicularly, that not a dry spot
was lo oe ioiiuii. lr. i ,
divested himself of coat and vest, and
ent them back to camp, looked as
though he was taking a shower bath.
Yoiiii"- C the enterprising law stu
dent, looVedA thought rlisl7e(f it, V
he would an article in Blackstone. Sam
uel, the Druggist, thought he would
t'grab a root," and left his comparative
ly safe retreat, but found to his sorrow
tiiatfiE-aiindfffiantpieilt ff) flje
view. John, after repeated efforts to
find a shelter, concluded the better way
wouiu ue, to try to Keep up a goon cir
culation of blood by walking to and fro,
while ou'r-bIgloibrotlier Jooked,. out
with complacency from the hollow
trunk of a friendly tree.
At one I side: Wte r sfceT "Ourr driver"
leaninifnifag!iinst a anling. fully three
inches in diameter, with his hack to the
storm, apparently as .contented ,as Di
ogenes in his tub. As for ourselves, we
might have been seen looking out from
under a reclining trunk of an old oak,
enjoying it hugely. Soon the clouds
began to break, the rain to cease, the
sun to shine, as though no cloud had ev
er obscured his disk. The warm rays
soon dried'nn the foliage, and ffieejiiofe
flic game came oiil u gruci, ii :i.s e
passed along. e gave quite a nuinlicr
of them a pressing invittionto'heom-'
pany US to vaiup,.whieli, of course, they
could not refuse to accept. About two
o'clock we returned to camp, and found
that the ladies had taken shelter in a
farm house near by, and had a splendid
it. An i.onrVrtwxa)ltOnani-pf.:,1'1,lot'lcr
mated conversation, during which many
adventures were related by the knights
of the woo'dS Wo miirricdfolksj-wish-;
ing to keep good hours, now started
homeward, where we arrived In good
.season, well repaid for our day spent.
The young folks, wishing' to, have a
few more games of croquet, 'remained
only to lie caught in another heavy rain
while coming home. Owing, however,
to the ingenuity of the gentlemen, the
ladies eseapQil;wit-hput getting much
wet; arriving home about !) o'clock
all pronouncingitone'of the plcasantest
excufsii)n oJftliv hadji'ejja(t)'iii(.)
For the Republican.
SCIENTIFIC BEE CULTURE.
By requestor jmany friends pfjUiCjlit-'
; insect railed the'lloney Bee, we Mib-
mit a; vtcment
Italian'Bees.itJS gU Wii,
About six years ago we bought two
Itilian Queen Bees for which we paid
$30, and have been breeding that variety
ver since with varied results of lailure
and success, till we think all the "bad
luck" was for.waii'&or i'sultfclcnleuul
cation, in the bee business. Previous, to;
this seison we bred Queens and bees ex
clusively, leaving honey out of tlioj
question, only what was necessary for
breeding purposes. This year being de
termined,) ascertain howxTnuclrhpneyi
a colony of bees could gathejTyhcn they
had no comb to build, we set aside two
colonies for that purpose, leaving the
balance for breeding purposes as usual;
but being disappointed in getting our
Honey Extracting Machine in time, the
experiment is not a fair test. The Bees
after having filled their two story hives
witli honey (being furnished with addi
tional eombs-forthe'npper story;, rere
necessarily idle in a great degree, from
the middle of June till the middle of
July, when we, received our machine
and set" them 'to work again in good
earnest Wc at once toofc from thoso
two hives respectively G3 and 70 pounds.
The one from which we took 68 pounds
on tin; IStlyof -Julj jve. again, took 14
pounds i-Irom the fcaniel combs,)i-thi
lSth of July, showing an inere.ae ol
honey at the rate of nearly C, pounds
per'day just at the closing of the honey
gathering season. From those two colo
nies we got 220 pounds .of honey and
two large swarms, and we confidently
believe the amount of honey would
machine-by the-flrt-'of JiinecFortlrtri
Jicueiitof.tliA. iiniiiitiaten we will just
tate that this Honey Extractor, is a ma
chine by which the honey is thrown
from the combs by centrifugal force,
leaving all the pollen, (life .bread) Jiud
larva- (young beeshlBf o;nbj jjljlj ji
wc replace in the hives witli the insinu
ation to till them again, and the lx-es do
it as if their lives were contingent upon
the issue of filling them up again in the
hortest posMble time. Many have como
to us with the Bee fqver, asking ourad
viee and lnany otiicr questions prepara
tory to going into the bee business, and
to all ucliwetsay,that pu- haye no.
crets hata(iiptLfreeiict wlfiiout
siieaking discoiirageingly, wc knowof no
business where a little neglect at the
proj-er time to work.or wantxifknowy
edge of the projier thing to Ik- done,
would worlcsuchjiavoc apiong Gijoor
bACks" as in tlie lice bii.-dnc.ss. On tlio
plan we follow, the lice kct-per.inust
make up his mind not' to regard any
amount of beei stings, even fi doenan
hour, but take It. patiently. We an
asked how we make all our swarms just
when we want them? How we rale
queens, etc., etc. Now we could teach
you just as soon how lo clean and re
pair watches. If you arc In earnest and
......... l't 1... l.X.l.
un .in tu ii-uui fciivjiciujilPlJu-TOV" Oil
gentlemen buy books and take the
.liinriVdji lice .Lairnnl; study diligently,
and you ill surely succeed. Mr. A. .1.
Itoot.ofMeiUna; after ycartf'of 'pallerit
attention and exiH-rlmeiitiiig (hclsulhe
watch-maker), this year took over 5tKMI
piiinds of liuiicv Iroin 4(! colonies of
Italian l!t',and hibriils,
A. B. FREY.
They .-ire Selling a, good paper
collar at thc-Book? Store for 10 cents
;i box. Cheap enough.
Accorjlmgjto prcyionotice a ect-,
'S August 2(hh, to appolu
attend the Congressional
rj-y JV, t, iT A " "
the vote of Holmes County.
I lOUYeilUUII, lt iiicvl in tvai. ouicuj,
Aug. 24th. Dr. R. K. Enos, Chairman,
and J. F. Hudson, Secretary. Tl
Clainmii) was authorized -to appoint
The Chairman appointed .Tame:
,r TT 1 - V? 4 . 1 ...... . "VT lu
ll. 1. JMMH1I4I!1, H-Utr. .111.1111?, 1,
Laubach, J. C. Corbus, John ('. Duncan
and A. B. Rudv.
Any jiartof the delegation, that will
ic present at the Convention were an
tlini&l tvWl-rtirwfifenf tlip IJnnnU-
nie following resolution was offered
Trifci f . . r - . 1 1 . . . .
and passed by a majority.
J!esolre,t, That James Monroe is the
choice of Holmes County, and that Un
delegates appointed cast their vote lor
him on tlierir-t ballot.
t liesnhed, Thar It. K. Enos, X. W
Laiilrach. David McCulloeh, Henry
Johnston and A. B. Rudy lie appointed
the Central Committee for Holmes
R. K. ENOS, Chairman.
J. F. HUDSON, Sec'y.
A Pretty Thought.
A little girl, walking with her father
oneeveiilng.Nhwa meteor rail, "'mint
was that, pajKi t" said she. "What do
you think it was?" replied her father.
The little girl was silent for a moment,
and then exclaimed, " Oh ; I.know now
what UfxY jlf-Ml'r'nWfl'frifcMV
Ills IKHV. '
""s. e -xxun, My yna
8t-K ll'e. f,nc" :
-Owing to the fact that a great
. . . r J ; i f: f S . t
Wl 111:2 II' (lit 1.1,1111.1V M MlV.ll
many jjrt'si)-ao.es .wj-re sent pirn
some or which have not vet been re
turned, we will perhajis miss some
of our subscribers this week. Should
there be any such, thev will ldease
send in thejir naines immecliately
and tlieEexDiyMfc-jS thJfiCCTt.
Tliose who have "names that have
Jtot been sent in, will please senil in
a copy oi tneir prospectus, as we
want the names immediately.
'.'What cvervlKMty savs must
be true." Kvervbody says Horace
Greeley the veteran editor of the
TmiiUNK, is-(addicted to 'profanity,
but we won't vouch for the truth of
the charge, but will for tlie truth of
fhe saying that the- keep the best
cigars at the Hook Store, kept in
music in our 1 ark ot late during
the overlings. J)V undrrstRnd tliqt
the Band lias beeH,recentljvreorgaii
izeil. The old HaliTl'irau a good
eputation abroad, and wc hope this
one, a.-iv" W?anized,-witll, luiyp
Though pretty dillicult to do.
the folks at the Hook and Variety
Store in this town, keep as near up
with the timesi in certaiij art jcles of
Ladies' wearing' apparel, as 'tis pos-
sible to do, considering the frequent
changes, nThP datest novelty ih
Ityop Skirts, ts He 'NunSh-'QHit-
which we forget. An article called
French Panniers may also be found
at tlie same place.
OwihgVl6 tHo alisenceYrSm
tpwn of Rev. Jir. Milliolland there
will be no reguler services at the
Presbyterian church next Sabbath
morning. There will lie prayer
meeting however at 4 r. m.
The tftate. j-lectiijiis -will 1k held
as follows in tlie different States:
(iMaiiip, September 12tli; Florida
ufrt Mississi'lfiiil fttlolW MX; IiVdi-
ana, Iowa, Ohio and Pennsylvania,
OctoMrAltlK mnif .Opto-,
ana, Minnesota and Missouri, No-
liiber 1st; South Carolina, No-
vember 7th; Maryland, Massacliu
ffflifi, Michigan, New Jersey-, New
York and Wisconsin! November 8.
Tlie ticket nominated by -
nnhlicans in convention at Colum
bus, -Vtey,Bgnl0th, is
decid'edlv tlie best that could have
been made. The Cincinnati Gazette
tints speaks of it:
There is every reason to be pleased
-., i, n'i.T-!.7r-iTT:.i:.r3rf limit
Willi llieCllUlCK Ul !tuuils. u 'i
was on all sides expected, and that
the nomination was made by accla
mation wrf??ajni lys "fle'seetl ,(hni
graceful comnliment. General hher-
wood has proved himself an efficient
Secretary of the Mate, and a re-ciec-
tion is as much deserved as a renomi-
nation. 3Ir. Mcllvaine, of lus
carawas county, who was nominated
to fill the piace on the Supreme
tion of Judge Hnnkerholf, is a new
man, but he is represented as a care
ful, .t(VcifraXi5istlillgen& and'awifii
plished lawyer. Those who know
lfilh best are freest to assert that he
will discharge the duties of a
Supreme Judge not only with honor
Portage county, wno was nuiinnaieu
for Comptroller of the. Treasury,
served witli distinguished honor
during the war. .For a year, he, was
atnininate of duihbv. prison7 His ser-t--
vices were. ciiciaiiii-tuui.i.-ii, iul
he was nominated on the first ballot,
and in his nomination there was a
Philip V. Ilcrzig, at present
niemlier of the Hoard of Public
.Works, was nominated for re-elec-M-i
i... i... c.,;rt,.
llllll. A I1C llllllllll.llll'll ill 11.1-1 ltlllla,
won by the aliU- and satisfactory
lifsrduties ituririg the term now ex-
OUR TICKET. WIT AND WISDOM.
VERSES FOR A HOT DAY.
)li fnr a loilec in a ganli-n of rurumliers!
tM f.ii1 MwceberitDi- to t;nntnll v I
liUr Villi rflm h at iiii.litay tli'ilerfcii
oh fur a plea-nrc trip up to the Pole!
ili r.ir a little eni--Ktni-v the nnnmeter.
Villi iinlhinir lint ZenMx all raiiKiilinarow!
llli lor a Ml?, KMiuif-iiurrvii-u iiypnnueii-r.
in measure ini moiuirc inai nui. irmimi
hrnw4l'A' VX i i MVT --i
Ohth.it this M vnrM wore twentv times
fTlifit nine reil lint, it l(Miutlt In 1110.1
Oh for a turn of its ilrcatli-ii riild stiniil.teri
on wnai a rmniuri an airue mniiii ne:
Shelton;OWent'dff to riiuke hiilivlllg
by Ills wilu.''
"Well, did he succeed J" linqulml his
"Xo," said the old man, with a sigh,
and significantly tapping his forehead,
"he failed for want of capital."
A little boy disputing wlih hfs sis
ter on some .subject, I do not now remcm
lHTwhat, cxchilined, ''It's true, forma
said so; and if ma says It's so, It's so,
if it ain't so.''
,A uon-Germiin speaking census
taker in a Teutonic New York dis
trict has resigned. He found every
family named NifihtVcrntay, ami that
was all the information lie could
VERSES FOR A HOT DAY. THE WAR.
VERSES FOR A HOT DAY. THE WAR. Paris in Danger--Great Excitement--Bazaine
still in Communication with Paris
still in Communication with Paris--Intervention of the Great Powers
NEW YORK, Aug. 23.
A special dispatch dated Paris.
August 22, savs; There are prepar
ations for a eomliat all along the
line. Paris is virtually in a state of
siege, and every one accepts this
part of the situation. It is generally
conceded that the issue of the cam
paign will bo decided under our
walls. If wc are able to hold out
for a week, ami we are able, against
an enemy destitute of material for
carrying on a siege, all France will
come to the succor of the capital,
and will severly annoy its besiegers,
As for a division in their favor among
the faubourgs, they need not count
upon it, for at this time it would be
diilicttlt to restrain 'tlie summary
vengaenee of the people upon any
individual convicted of treason.
Loxpom, Aug. 23. Hazninc has
Joreed a passage by way of Autun
ana jnguvou. reaching Montwenv.
is reported that the armies of the
Koyal Prince Frederick Charles
have formed a junction to the west
ward ot Met;:.
LoNDoy, Aug. 23. It is almost
certain that an interposition of tlie
great powers of F.nrope in the traii-
co-Pntssian question will take place
within a few days.
Tlie Crown Prince is assuredly
moving on Paris. All accounts
agree in this, whilst. his route is not
The F.mperor's headquarters arc
now at Rheims, and AltOIahon's
fieadquarters are at Certicclles.
CORRECTED BY H. & B. HERZER,
General Produce and Commission Merchants.
AUGUST 24th, 1870.
FIIUII. lilil., Retail, - - - tfi
W1IKAT. So. I. TlnMu - - -105
W1IKAT. Xo-ilUil. Wlmsll. - - to
COItV. r hnh. -
JtYK. - - - ,"
18.VliI.KV." ..... WJiHl
OATS, lien-, V lnr-h. ..... S3
CI.OVKIC SKKD. 't1 lillh, - COO
TIMOTHY sKKII, - - - - 3 43
KI.AX SEED. - - - - 1 73
WHITE-UKAKS, " - - 1 WSt
lirTATOES, " al
HAY. V ton. - - - - 00
Km;-. yio - -i3
myri.'itnrin. ' "- - 20
CHKK-l-L v - , ,
LAUD," r - l
uori.i!Kits. w n
PltlEll Al-l'I.KS, p llu.
fritlEII 1-HVCIIK.-. Ul.
t- 7 to S
l'AIU-:i l'EACHK-, ' ' '
KAIiS. B II).
stVLT.r1 hW. retail, -
ll'l 1. IT 11.
3 50514 00
The p rain market Is very dull and heavy
Wheat has ilerlineil23 cents ierlinhel within
the lat two weeks, anil ive mar iitltl look fnr a
further decline. Oats anil Corn are very dull
at quotations. z , . -
CLEVELAND MARKET. TUESDAY, August 23, 1870.
r lAHi 11. rnc mariiei is unii ami inactive.
We miote as follow.-: White X. tH.0WaH.23
W1IKAT. Vcrj'dull ami nominally lower:
there were no sales reimrtetl: No. 1 rttlofferetl
COltN ilarkrt dull, nouiiiiiaij iiiirhanfffl;
held lit &lc for Xo. 1 mUeil: ftic lor Xo. 2 di.
)A'iS Iu moderate request but lower: miles
4"2e for new Xo.l State.
lt K (jiuet; prire nonuual at HXaKj with
BAItLKV The market is without action.
price are .noraJnal.T, ,
I.H1 St part v and unclianirotl. hut Arm:
city rendered held la Ip tierces lJe in Lex-
we nuote eitv Miirarcuml caura-seil Iain at
2:1c; do. shoulder nt ICc: iincanrtned 15','c;
jtacon ltr, lfrien ieei ic. iieei auurui tAi
1IIIXTKR Tho market is steady and higher
for choice: nrimeto choice Western llecrve.
beldatiHVa2Tc; extra nice do. in smalt pack
i Jiri-.r; jnc market is steady ana una;
Factory held at 12,';(313c.
K(iiS Firm and hetter: fresh receints at 19
l'OTATOFs ;oo.i demand, at W(a,s: aj per
barrel. Inferior qualities 1 iXt,l
CLEVELAND MONEY MARKET.
TUESDAY NOON, Aug. 23.
Tho ninnev mnrLet nnen4 fnr the weet trltli
strong ami active tlemanil for Currency, 'and
tne coimmon i mil riose ana nam. -iosc ni
th6bank hav been"rompelled to onler in
naiancc irom aiiqunner 10 meet ine cans oi
their rejcular customers. Kateni Kxchanpe
s in iignt supply ana ine market is nnn.
The following aro the closing rates of Specie
d (Government securities in this market:
It ii vine. SelUne.
lold f S T - i " M15r
1 rS" i " '- 115r I
ilver larire-J CT.t .10ft..,
1(10 ' 111' .
Silver email lfti
Sixes of inn, coupons 114
ive-Twenue tiwaj coupon 11
FiTP-Tuiitics flHOllrnuitons 110;
Kire-Tm-ntleS hfiC5)4fmiions tWft
J'ite.Twpjities.'ilftifS) coiii0n! I0lii
Five-Twenties (1S$7) coupons 10Q
Fi e-Twenties (1S0H) couiions ins v
Ten-Forties ex. in. coupons 108,4
NEW YORK MARKET.
August 23, 1870.
1Vlic.it iirmrr. hut nniet: sales of Winter at
t MVS I 4a CornflrmcratSWiRHe. Oats (Inner
ataviSV. Iti-ceipti: FIourltanlibK Wheat
SilXH liuh. IViru 23,000 bush. I'ork firmer.
CHICAGO MARKET. August 23, 1870.
Rerelnls I STA-M.l., Floor. TUMT biuhel
wheal. il.OUObifihMcornVlOS.OOOliuih. oats 11.
COO linshrrr, 19.SO buh. barley, shipments
3,410 tils ltnur: .17.000 bnh. wheat; '.KJ.000 bush.
corn; 'Jl.uuu Ullll. oai?; i.uni ousn. naney.
MAnitrEIt Oh the Othd.iv of Aninist. 1870.
lEolierr .lnt!re, Kq Mr. John L'rnsread
and Ml Elizabeth Carpenter.
On the 21st dav of AuiruiL bv llnhert Jus
tice. Km Mr. John Chcvallanl and MUi Lowe
M. horns an oi uoimcs t-oiiniv, .
Ocit Monthly, Is a new Religious
and Literary Magazine for the Family.
This marazincjic.QdsJut,to bcreail.to
ins apiirocnucu.T-iA 'ropy is vneiQre.
us. Among its many interesting arti
cles we note the following: "The Thc
b.in I"ien," "The Promised Iantl,'
"The Smiley Mare," "The Ethics of
Art," "Tlie lloiiuic feensc ot henpture, '
"The 'oman Question." Siilton& Srott,
PtlblMiers, 178 Klin .t., rineinnati, O.
Terms fcl.OO ier year.
GoDKV's Lady Hook, Is one of the
most attractive magazines of the kind
published. It is full of choice reading,
and is eagerly sought for by the ladles,
who are anxious to see.ifcisuperior fash
ion plates &cl L. Ai Godey,' Philadel
phia. .Teriiisi $4,(V)..
IfAiirKit's Wkekly Is rocbnlzed
everywhere as a Literary Journal .of
the highest cla. It is a'veryfinely 11-
liwtrated paper, lhe editorial matter
al X'nllties, finance, I oiiiiiierccamt inl
cellaneous topies. PnblishiHl weekly
by llariHir Hrotltcrs, Jew lork.
Tiik Atlantic This valuable and
interesting magazine Is liefore us, and
"laucinr over It we llnd Its contents
of unusual interest. Ileitis:, devoted
to; Literature, Science, Art, and Polities.
The reader has no idea, of tliciiumcnsu
amount of good wholesome' rcadlnghc
gets in a years time. Single, copy one
year$J,0O.i Field0.sgorHV S? Co., Bos
ItJiBrEK'S Maiiazini'. Xliis Majcaiine con
tains fnm lift) to one hundred per cent, more
rcailinir matter than anv imilAi
iued in the Knplih lanKnaire. Itji'recor.
ni7.ed ainonj? all intelligent people as ..eeoml
tnnoolher now putili-heil, a crer3one will
testify ulio.reacK it. l'rlcr t.perTer.' Ad-
lre-llarer Ilmtlieri, ew- lork.
((PflNAM's JlXflAHNIv 'rirftlorature, Selenre
Art and National Interestn, is n notable and
Kistuie'.nrci.. in r.iiKliinit aim uermanyit
s linlllil as the most characteristic represen
athe of American serial literature. II
recoid hitherto slhelHt irtiarantee for tlie
future. Filled with pound information and
noel facta iut nlLrnbjrrti tr tntf rt,ipre
nettteit inttirinost attractive and eutertainini;
manner. lmrear. Address 11. r. 1'utuaiu
Son, New- lork. .
llAKrril'fl'illZAtt. Hanier's Itazar as an
lllii.trateil chronicler of raliion( is without a
rival In thi country, its ianion plates are
iiibli.heil In New lorK plinullaiienusir with
heir amiearance In llerliu and l'ari.. It con
tains every neck a lari:eMrtlonof lnstriictle
and enlertalninjr reaillnir, coverlnir every
lopic of social ilitcrcd. In short. It is a pajKT
wen worm iioume 11. rosi. 1 rice ft per jear.
Adiliot llKrnei'-lirotnr,-eTr in' ' 1
- j ..V-. 1--
Perhaps it is an old but it is cer-
t.imlv n lelicltotts savtiur ol .losli
Billings that one single, hornet who
feels well will break up a large' camp
THE THREE ROUTES.
Under the auspicts and" by the
assistance of the Baltimore fc Oliio
R. R., there will be completcil by
tlie viiti of tlie prrrient year the line
known ast lie ruUbtirgli anu Cqn
ncllsville Railroad, irom t!us' citv
to Cumberland, Maryland. Although
now enjoying considerable tmUic,the
Conncllsvule Road will find a wonder
ful increase in its business, when its
throujrh tram.4 shall run between
here and Baltimore. That citv has
liberally aided her great railroad
hoping bv its aitl in turn to divide
the traffic of all the Rreat west and
to establish herself as an 'emporium
of commerce vicing with 3W w York
for the first place in the foreisn trade
of the nation. Her railroad, thromil
main line, nranclies anil connections.
now readies to Cincinnati, Louisville
and St. Louis, and shares the trade
of those cities and their tributaries;
But the Lake Shore, at Cleveland.
Toledo and Chicago, the Union' Pa
cific, at Omaha, and tho developing
iNortliwestare not vet touched. Ex
amination lias shown that there is no
better way to reach these cities and
this great region than by going to
ward them from Pittsburgh.- All
negotiations to do this by arrange,-,
ments witli existinr lines havinir
tailed, a new road must be built and
will be built.
Of course there is creat rivalr'v
among all towns near the probable
line or so great a road to1 secure
position upon it, and hence we hear
I tlie dinerent protects. First.
there is a company incorporated at
tne iiaitunore, -I ittslmrgli. and
Continental Railway Coinianv, pri
posing a route directlv west from
here through 3illersburg, Holmes
county, Loudonvillc", Ashland
county, Kenton, Hardin eoniity,
Ohio, to Lafayette, Indiana, thence
by way of Sheldon, Illinois, to
Chicago. The Lake Krie Branch' of
the Continental route it is proposed
to run north from a point on the
main line, through Daltoii and Orr-
ville, ayne county, Ohio, Seville
and Medina, Medina, county,- to"
Black River Harbor, near J-Uyria,
Lorain countv. lliese are a, nart
of a single scheme. Then there is
the Pittsburgh', Canton and Chicago
Company, proposing a line 'through
2cw Lisbon or, if desired, through
Salem, Columbiana countv: Ohio'.
Canton and Wooster to' "-Fin'dlav,
. . , ....... .
iiaiicocic countv, or lillin, Seneca
county, Ohio, thence to Fort Wayne,
Indiana, and from there to .Chicago.-
Then there, is the .Baltimore, 'itU-
lmrgand Western project from here
through the Cpnequenes'sniE, and
Beaver valleys through Salem to
Akron, Ohio, or else through . Jfew
Castle, PojMisvlvama, and lotuiss
town. Ohio, to Akron, thence west-
ranl through iew London, Hitniif
onntv, lillin and' tindln'r'to Fort
.V ayne with a:branch-down the' Cm'-
hhoea Vallev from Akron to Cleve-i
land. All tiiesc routes cross the
line of the new road, .now buildinir
itli Toledo inunicitiaL aicb from
Toledo southeast to Lexinston.
Ohio,,ajid with which' the Baltimore
and Ohio- lias permanent arrange-
ments. The representatives' lof
each of the roiites liavebeen assured
by the Baltimore and Ohio author
ties that the decision between them
will soon b6 made, when it is inade
no time, "will b lost ih getting, meu
to reucem tne jiromisc mane ny
the Prcsident John W. 'Garret
oi tne isaiiiniorc ana unio uoinpany
to the Chicago Board of Tradb ami
to his own directors' "that cars shall
be runninsr through in two vcars.''
. .( ...'1,1...,.., IMJ1UU.JAU
Comment on our part is not nec
essary, 'as every intelligent reader
will at once see what the duty of t he
citizens of this County is in1 order
secure the road, and particularly
since there are so many competing
lines. With any reasonable effort
the part of this County iu con
nection with, the other counties
.this line, there is no doriht-lmt
that we can secure its' locatibri
through here, as this is the' shorte'si
route by-twenty-three miles, besides
will require less labor and means
to build it. . ..
Henry Ward Beceher says'f hat the
most gratifying circumstance in his
life was the being kissed by Kossuth.
Isn't this a little hard on poor Mrs.
school for teaching'"darning" is'
to be opened in Montgomery,' Ala
bama, by a lady of that city, who is
called by tlie local paper ''our gifted
A celebrated wit was askeil why he
did not marry a j'oung latly to'whom
was much attached. " I know no
reason, replied ne, "except tne great
regard we liayc. for each other."
The' following announcement late
ly appeared in ri paperi Edward
Eden, painter, is. requested to com
municate with bis. brother, when he
will hear of something to his advan
tage his wife is dead."
yr-A Savannah paper1 relates hoWa
squad ofNewi'ork thieves proceeded
to the.reecntucprgia btate rair, ami
how the inexpert gentry all had their
pockets picked by the ,shrewdqr,
thieves of Atlanta.
Pretty Teacher ."Now,. Johnny
Wells, can you tell.what is meant by:
Johnny "Yes, ma'am. Mother
says ifyoti don't marry our new par
son that it will lie a miracle.
l''A countryman in a Detroit factory
bet the enirineera dollar that he could
seize theily wlieel and hold it, and
was picked up on a pile of bricks out
side the building, with a window
sasli for a necktie.
An Ohio youth, sitting in church,
mistook the gentle touch of the
plume 011 the jaunty hat of a young
lady for a fly on bis neck, and with
tlie energy of exasperation sent
plume, hat and chignon flying into a
Cincinnati claims to be tlie fourth
manufacturing city in the United
States, only IS'ew York, Philadelphia
and Boston excelling it. Last year
tho totarof the manufactures in the!
city was $119,140 89, rmploying59,-
ItKT.MI. IfKM.KU IX
GROCERIES & NOTIONS,
K3? Also asent for the Knk-Verlxx-lf r l ife
IiiMiranre Couiiany, of X'ew York. ltf
A. J). WORK,
"pKAI.KR In Wheat ami Hye Urea J. 'ake.
JLJ'ln ami Camlies. A full aisorlnirntof
Oroeerie kept eontantly on haniL
"T-tTNCHl-Sl nerveit at alt houn orthe ilav.
t'onie anil ee u. ltf
THE CHEAl'KST AMl'msT,
lifl j At the BOOR STOnE.
GOLD ! ' "Ct(3lD, !
QbM Prices !
TO BE. HAD FOE THE I I'
Next Thirty .Days !
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DRY GOODS. NOTIONS
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MIlliTshtivij;' " Ohio'.
Highest Market' Prfco Paid for. All
Kinds or Country Produce.
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julnii's, Interest .Tatles !
THK lH-S-pnjiUsE. dt nil
rors.-iteattlii. ' ' T.OOK 'ATOHE.
AujSOjlSTU. lni2 . , 1
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stock op 'i
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Gents', -Purnisning Goods !
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Of 'Ecehj Description. "
You will Do Well to Clvo Us a' Call
- Before Buying.
LADIES' HOOP .SKIRTS,
LaUlt ftyles, hnil prlre to suit, M
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W- OITT.P Vbertfkitlr anrtAurif tft the T.a
diiH nr Mil1i'r.luric nuil ,vi-Juit.v, tn&t
h i now oponliiK a IYpIi t(ck of
: Fall Goods !
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NEW STYLES OF HATS,
Ladles and Children's Hose
Thread and Laces,
Wash Blond, '
A1m, a larje assortment t
l'earl Shirt lliittoli.. tar. Hilnt.aV anit'other
KmtirnMrrinx. ItrnhU in kit1 tvarirly,'all of
At Extremely Low Prices.
XTH'I' fl'l'liM with IJUfc-TION-V
HOOKS at' the l.iil.lNhiTN pHee. We
alvoke!! on bamt a larplotoCMuall,'eheai
Tetainent., kultahle lUr Sahliatli Scliool sf hov
AVhat wo haven't it In thi line, that mar
tic ranteil, will Iw jirocuml If pouibK.
DOOK STOKK, llillcrsburr.
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OH' can you finish Jfur toilet for an cvtn-
inc rail amouir tne r air uon, wunouc &
Th.it InilispftManle'nrtlele- of drej. It i of
.-I'lX'lALhEUVlC'li iftUoeveninjrhis "Jown
on an ret wins," unit the hours begin to eount
smonit the Ml A IX. Wti UK KS.
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ahamect to Khow, eaa be Imufcht
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.Every., -One (Warranted !
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The farmer, Jtochanie or Homewife, ean get
TO SUIT -THKSf, In ipiiearanee or quality.
i!lti'h'nt'nee?larj';o inrfte ROFESSrOX-AItiEXTIJ-:MKS
for, they all knowuhere
vnri'M u n, 1..' I. ' n .1 . nmiul Ia lv
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yse reeeiye liberal iliare of their patronaiw.
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MADE A (SPECIALTY.
The money wilt W tcfDBile.1 if we fail to sive
t , ,MOldl,llU.
Kxiwrienee! ami aequaintanee with manu-
lacionin jiijs u.-, fit . n-, ...
hich we mean to j
' Benefit Our -Customers.
Great Attraction !
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TO SrAKE'ROOM FOR AX ECTEX3IVE
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TjFirll muhWhtte'v Goods.
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NOW 13 THE i TIME
To -Save1 Money.
S. MARX & BRO.,
Clotliing Store !
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AronowwlllnRolftheir entire jtock of
Spring Summer Goo(Ts !
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GOOD GOOJIN U1IEAP !
Vou will Unit a full aoilnirnl or
Hats and Caps,
Cents' Furnishing Coods,
Satchels, Umbrellas, &c.
Don't fnnret the iilaee Two lloore'Weit of the
S. MARX . BRO.