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Holmes County Republican
Miixeesbubo, O., : : Oct. 31, 1872.
Notice to Subscribers.
Ocbscribersean always tell how their sub
scription account stanus.uy looking at me
Hurc auer lueir names on LUC JUiarcss muei
(lasted on the margin of the paper. Tboe fig
ures show the ciact date to which snbcriptiou
has heen paid. There may possibly be tome
IDUkVI la iUC USWtt. 11 Ml our uiuiumig
irtU please let us know what thevare.
The members of Killbuck Lodge 'So,
81, 1. 0. O. F., are requested to meet In
Odd Fellow's Hall, on Xov. 5tli, 1872,
for the purpose of transacting vcrr im
D. HENDERSON, N. G.
ALLEN SPRANKLE, R. S.
Change in Mail Time.
On and after Friday, Xovember,lst.,
the mail going Xortli will closest 10:1."
x. m. All letters for that mail must be
in by that time. Kail going South will
close at 3 p. m.
T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
The dedication of the Disciple church
at Eipley, will take 'place Xov.-17tli
Service will begin on Thursday previ
ous, and will be conducted by Elder .1,
U.'JoDes, as the principal fpeaker, Oth
er speakers are expected to be present
The public arc invited to attend.
The Apple Crop.
Xot for a great many years has the
apple crop in this locality equalled the
present one. Xcarly every tree with
any bearing.capacity is loaded witli hi
An Army of Students.
Upwards of Seventeen Thousand dif
ferent students have attended the Iron
City College, Pittsburgh, since 1855.
Xo other business College in the coun
try can show such a record.
Eld. J". Sharpe'wiil.'by special re
quest, deliver two sermons on the na
ture and design of "Christian Baptism,"
in the Disciple church, Millersburg', on
tho evenings of Wednesday and Thurs
day, Xov. Ctli and 7th inst. Services to
'coramence'E7 o'clock p. u.. The pub
lie are respectfully invited to attend.
By order Com.
Drugs and Medicine.
Dr. TV. R. Ycrgin lias at all timesa
good supply of fresh drugs, medicines
and whatever else is generally found in
first-class drug stores. It is always a
consolation to know that you can get a
pure article when you do buy.
Sir. Sanborn of the Wooster Repub
lican and Mr. Jesse SIcClellan of the
firm of Rice & McClclIan, Book Bind
ers and Stationers, were in town on
Monday, .'anil favored U3with a call.
Sir. Sanborn reports Wayno county all
Mailing Letters on Sunday.
-People who wish' to, mall letters on
Sunday should bny their stamps during
theweek. But in case you 'do not have
a stamp be sure you drop good money
in the outside box, and not put in bo
gus pennies as was done on lat Sunday.
Remember bogus pennies will not pay
postage and your letters will not be
From bills printed at this office we
Jearn that there ,wlU bea'sale of stock
and farm Implements, Ac., on Thurs
day, Xov. 7, 1S72, at the late residence
of John McLaughlin deceased.
Also, on the 2nd of November at the
late residence of Carml Crawford, de
ceased. Sale of stock, farm implements,
Just One Word.
3Ir. Weston wishes us to say that he
lias on hand a fine lot of Jersey Sweet
Potatoes, as nice ones as ever grew. He
has also a choice lot of Bell Cranberries,
Bates, Raisins, Ac. Fresh Fish is re
ceived cveai dny from the Lake. Warm
meals, hot coffee, tea, oysters, Ac, can
be had every day and evening. Persons
coming in from the country em have
hot cofiee and lunch at any hour of the
iay, Atmbre's Mince Meat. Remember
the place, nearly opposite tho PostofHce:'
Through from Mt. Vernon.
The trains commenced running reg
ularly through from Mt. Vernon to
Hudson on Mo'nday last. There are
now two trains n day' each way. ; The
first, train from Mt. Vernon p'assed
through Millersburg at 11.10 a. II. Mon
day." This is a freight train carrying
some passenger coaches. At 3:25 r. M.
the freight train from Hudson arrives
here, and, like the other carrie3'passen
gers. After the 3ist of this month,
these trains wiU'earry ihe mail, as we
have before mentioned, and which will
be seen by the time table. The express
trains will run as usu.iU the evening
train being a lew minutes later than
heretofore. Tills new arrangement is
hailed with delight by our citizens.
The railroad company are putting up
poles along the' line of the road, and
have arrived at Millersburg. The West
ern Union Line are expected every day
to put up the wires, which will only
take a few days to do. Ther wire
is distributed along thc.line as fast as a
train can run. It is fixed on a large
reel, and is let out as the car passes
over the road. Wc were in hopes that
the wires would be rady for use by the
Presidential election, but we are now
not quite so sure of it as the workmen
who were putting up the poles, ran out
of "post holes" on Monday just above
town. We trust that the company will
hasten, and have the line in working
order by the first of next week.
The season for concerts, parties, so
cial gatherings, Ac, is fast approachin
and there is not a section of the county
that is devoid of news that would be in
teresting to relate to a friend elsewhere,
If it is interesting to any outsider or
even to the community generally in
which it occijrs, it would be read with
interest by others. We' want some one
in eacli neighborhood to make note of
what transpires weekly and send it to
the Republican-. School teachers have
a fine oportunlty for ijearlpg pews,
let us hear from them. Give us the
plain facts if you can'tclotlie your Ideas
in smooth flowing words. We will
-cheerfully arrange for tlie press.
The Gkeat Waxt of the present age
is men and woman, healthy and vigor
ous in mind and body. The continued
headache?, weaknesses, nervousness,
and varying ailments which afflict wo
men are generally tlip result of imper
feet action of tlie stoipach and vital or
gans. Dr. AValker's California Vinegar
Bitters, being composed entirely of veg
etable subytapees'jndigenonsto Callforr
nia, may be takep wlilj perfect safety by
tlie most delicate, and are a sure reme
dy, correcting all wrong action and gl
ing new vigor to the yhole system. 8
A Hunting Match.
On Saturday last a party of men di
vided off on sides, six on a side for the
purpose of seeing which could shoot
the most game. One party took the
ridze and the other the bottom land
On the ridge side were Stephen Pyers,
Captain, Samuel Pyers, Wm. Pyers,
John Rogers, James J. Bell and Henry
Miller; Bottom side Wm. Walker,
Captain, James H. Pyers, Irv. Korns,
Lee Durbin, Alex. Miller and John
Given. Ridge side got 41 head of game,
Bottom side 33 head. The supiier was
given at Stephen Pyers, the losing side
paying.cightcansof oysters. The hunt
occurred west of Millersbnrg.
A Hunting Match. Cleveland, Mt. Vernon & Columbus R. R.
Below we give correct time-table of
the C. Mt. V.A C E. B. commencing on
Monday last the 28th inst. On Friday
the 1st ol Nov. the mail will be carried
on the day trains, arriving fromMt.
Vernon at 11 :10 a. m. and from Cleve
land at 3:25 p. m:
1... U .UIIU U . t ITlllVJU,
- -ua a. ai-
" Ilanrille, .
" (fann, -.
'.Millersburif, 534 A.M.
2 .110 "
FrcUerictsburr. 5:51 "
' aiarthauVllle, 7a",
-. Clinton... 731 ( .
Hudson. 825 "
Arr. at Cleveland, 10O9 "
" Wav Freight.
ALron, ' -.110 r
Clinton. ' 13110 vM.
Uarehallrille, 12:45 P.M.
Orrville, 1:15 "
ApiileCreet. 2:10 "
Fi-eJericksb'ig- :0 V
Holmes ville, 85 "
Jlillerslmrg, S3S "
Kiininck, 431 -
Mack Creek, 438 "
llann, 5.-S3 "
DanrUle, Bja "
Hotrar.1, 6.-2S "
flarauieo. 6.-47 "
Arr. at Mount Vernon, 7:17 "
R. C. HURD, President.
G. A. JONES, Superintendent.
New York and Western Theatre.
According to announcement in last
week's issue, this company gave on
Wednesday night, to a full houe, the
play called, "The Organ Grinder." Oh
Thursday night 'they gave -""The Fac-'
tory Girl; or, "All is not Gold that
Glitters." The after piece was entitled
Cousin Joe." On Friday evening was
produced "Old Phil's Birthday." The
entertainment concluded with the Irish
Farce of "Paddy Miles' Boy." Satur
day evening they reproduced, by re-
guest, "Inshavogue" whieli they had
given -on Monday evening. This is the
best piece they gave during their stay
in Millersburg. The Troupe is, better
than most of traveling theaters, and
some of the actors render their parts
very well. Felix A. Vincent is an ex
cellent personifler of character. Our
theater-going people seem to be' well
pieascu wiiu uie weeK's entertainment.
Many of our country friends do not
altogether relish the customary fall an
nouncement in the newspapers of the
suspension of the legal prohibition to
to kill game of such and such varieties.
They complain, with some show of jus
tice, that these notices are usually so
worded as to practically invite the vil
lage sportsmen to trespass on their
premises. They argue that if country
people were to tramp over the yards of
town people, "seeking what they might
devour," some folks would,regrd it as
an impertinence. Doubtless the law is
dcfectrve"asrit stands iil" throwing upon
the farmer the onus of warning the
trespasser to keep off from premises
till he obtains leave or receives invita
tion from the proprietor. And the dis-
gracelul fact that, in plain defiance of
wholesome -law, so many sportsmen
will shoot every bird they' can see, is
certainly, good ground for tlie farmer
to feel provoked by their reckless in
trusion. Our forests as shelter for in
sect-devouring birds are steadily di
minishing, and insect enemies of the
crops are greatly increasing,, .and pro
priety aud good order suggest. proper
icgreeui pruueuce omae-p&rtoi sports
A Word to Young Men.
Young num. Greeley has told you to
go out.wcst and grow up with tlie coun
try. Don't do it, but stay here and vote
lorurajit. ureeiey .went, oui,.wtai. Him
self not many weeks ago, and -he wish
ed when he got back to .New xork that
he hadn't gone. He found the advice
didn't work well in his own case. The
tidal "wave caught him when he wasn't
looking for it, and overwhelmed him
completely. There Is a tide in the affairs
of men, which, if taken at the Hood,
leads ou to fortune, but that tide is not
Greeley's tide. Don't take it. It isn't
the tide ,y.ou want. Don't waste your
strength in a hopeless struggle. Misery
likes company. The defeated try to en
tice the young, and do entice them, but
let these defeated and mistaken men
lead you no longer. The law supposes
that when yoti are old enough to vote
that you are able to decide what ballot
to east. You are old enough ; Ihon as
sert your independence" and vote for
Grant. What is the use of remaining
in the Democratic ranks? What good
an you do there? The Republican
party has; , power ; it is .progressive; it
controls the.-policy of the country. If
you don't like the policy exactly, come
into tlie party and help shape one that
will suit you. If you do like the
policy, why not say so. Take the Hood
tide. Shake off tlie worn out anil played
out. Leave tlie valley of political
skeletons, and dry bones. Turn your
back on corruption, disreputable, Liber
alism, which will smell worse than
Johnsonism in arfew months, and iden
tify yourselves with a great progressive,
dominant party. Vote the Republican
Wlioir & Mlllhouse.
Mrs. Wholf and Miss Abbe Millhouse
having purchased the Millinery and
iancy store of Mrs. Uoxwortli & vol-
gamot, announce that they have just re
ceived a large stock of goods, and are
ante to supply their customers with tlie
nest ot, everything m that line or uusi-
Has a nice lot of Jersey" Potatoes, Bell
Cranberries, 'New Dates and Raisins
cheap. Fesh.Fish every day. Ilw3.
Attention is called, to the advertise
ment of the Grand Openingof Fall and
Winter UockIs ly Mrs. Uhler found in
apotier cilijlPl! of to-day's issue.
A irpat varictr of Boulvard Skirts
just arriving, at from $2,00 to 3,00, at J.
Look to your Interest. If you want a
Saving Machine go to the Mcssrs.HulI's
new room, nearly opposite the Post Of
fice, and get a gooi one, one that is easy
to operate and easy to run. The cheap
est and best machine in tlie world nev
er out of order, anil Is nnii-ersallr liked
wherever known, apd one that will hist
a uieuuie. rr
Weston's is the' only place where you
pan get Oysters that come direct from
IN TOWN AND OUT.
Rally every Republican to the polls
uu iueXBb Aue&uay iu uveiuucr.
It requires nine pounds of milk to
make one pound of cheese.
The abundance of fruit this season
is the occasion of general remark.
Merchants arc going- East for new
Xew style Velveteen Trimming at
J. jlulvanes. ew4
Neighboring towns complain of
burglaries. : ,
jQIil Jack Frost is singing "Shoo
Horace Greeley has not found go
West profitable in Ids own cac.
';: If you waut.-to buy your Flannel
.... T AT. , 1. "S1' Q... 4
uif, gui.iiu,Miiiiiiiub a, "
Quail hunting is now the popular
thing with sportr-men.
JCast is aid $.00 a week by the
Ijarpers for his exclusive ue.
Forsugar and coffee at lowest prices
go to J. Mulvanc s. sw-I
Job Work of all kinds neatly exe
cuted at the Republican office.
What would 3 0U rather do or go
Go to J. Mnlvane's lor the newest
styles in Dress Goods. 8w4
The "last rose of summer" has fa
ded and gone.
The trees are baring their limbs to
the rude winds of winter.
Kansas farmers are Relliiic -their
corn at a shilling a' bushel on the stalk.
Men's Shirts and Drawers, at J.
.uuivane's at low prices. sw-4
Mrs. Greeley has been dangerously.
ill lor. some time past. O Hit A -
Apples are very plenty in this mar
Judge Welker was in town Tne:
All along the line of the proposed
railroad the work Is going steadiivon.
The liotato rot
is prevailing in
This is the Dleasantest season of
llie year to travel.
Loose and easy clothes are fashion
able tills srasou
'. Xow is the time "to cultivate vour
fall and winter trade. Plant a good
stock and fertilize by advertising.
Go to J. Mnlvane's for the best
prints in tlie market, at lOVts. per yard,
What I know about "tidal waves"
is tlie subject of a new discourse pre
pared by H. G.
A punster challenged a sick man's
vote at the late election on the ground
that he was an ill-legal voter.
Cleveland Democrats are hauling
down Greeley flags and hoisting O'Con
ner and Adams banners.
If you want to buy" all wool Blank
ets at last year's prices, go to J. Mul-vane'.-".-
Western people call the rough, cold
spell that precedes Indian Summer, the
euphonious name, "Squaw winter."
A liberal friend says that his politi
cal .Horace scope looks dark and dis
You can find the finest stock of
Cloths and Cassimcres in town, at J.
The St. Louis Globe says Missouri
can be surely counted lor Grant and
" Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy $500 re
ward for an incurable case. Sold by
Druggists at 50 cents. .( j583.
It is.unlawful io hunt on any per
son's premises, after notice to that effect
has been published.
Leteverv man in vourTownshlnbe
supplied with -iGrant and Wilson Tick
et before the day of election.
Our Commissioners this week ad
vertise for letting contract for building
railroad through Hardy township.
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If 'you wantthe'bestOtterErand of
Black Alpacca, go to J. Mulvane's.
8w4v'- " 4 "
The "Democratic slander mills, hav
ing overstocked the- market, have fol
lowed tlie example of the oil producers,
and shut down for thirty days.
The almost incredible announcement
comes by cable telegram, that three
million persons nave uteu irom lamtue
in Persia, recently. 4. '
Weiurnlsh, Envelops with a Busi
ness Card 'thereon, nearlv as cheap as
the blank envelopes can lie purchased
elsewhere. - n
o ,. - ... . T-'Ltho
vumujib i:uuiii ju nmu if. niu.
Brinkerhoff to be lonej of the. Liberal
strongholds in tbis"State.
A telegram from Geneva announces
the sudden death yestcrilay of D'Au
bigue, the great historian of the Reform
ation. li -rile'bnckwheat crop1ls'rcported to
be very' promising, and the prospects
for,, good and cheap buckwheatcakes
next-winter are therefore excellent.
Now that cold weather is setting in
it is necessary to have fires, be sure and
see to your flues. Carelessness in this
matter will as usual occasion tires.
Republicans, the greatest danger
we' have to fear now is; .that Gen.
Apathy will defeat Gen. Grant. The
final struggle is yet to be made.
Don't fail to secure tlie Tickets for
your Township for the Presidential
Election in time. By sodoingyou will
relieve the Central Committee of con
An'old bachelor ofDarlington coun
ty, South Carolina, offers a tine silk
dress to the best preserved old maid, to
be awarded at the next Darlington
An indication of what may be
looked for in Newx Jersey, Is tlie fact of
a Remibliean gain of three thousand at
an election held in Newark, on the 8th
The total votp cast in this State in
October was 520,037. This is the larg
est vote ever cast In Ohio. The next
largest was that of November, 1803,
when the total vote was al8,a:!s..
Miss M. R. Lecky is now forming
class in instrumental music. Terms
of instruction for 24 lessons, $10. Ap
plication can be made at the Jl. r.M'ar-
sonage, AUllersuurg, U.
Lodi reported to the Incorporators
of the Lake Erie, Wooster & Musking
um Valley Is. It. that they had 011 aat-
unlay last fli ,uuu 01 it raised, and would
make it $40,000.
Iowa lias been under the uninter
rupted management of the Republican
Dartv for seventeen years. As a conse-
fiuenee. its debt is the smallest of any
State in the Union; and its taxes the
.The postage on transient newspa-,
tiers to an v Dart of the United States
is now only one cent, instead of two, as
formerly. This fact Is', not generally
Known, anu most people continue to
affix the two cent' stamp.
Love letter ink is the latest style of
writing fluid, so called because iu four
weeks it disappears, aud the letters can
not be used iu breach of promise cases
before tlie courts. To many per-ons
this invention will be invaluable .
Reports from the different sections
of the country show that the average
number of boys have tumbled from
hickory and chestnut trees this fa. As
a result broken limbs are plenty, and
doctors are doing a thriving business.
The S.tbbath School celebration at
B&elow Church in this Comity, on the
lCth inst., was a very nice affair. Thanks
to Mr. Reiser" for an account of it. That
is what we want, friends. Send In the
pews as soon as osslble, and we "hall
be much obliged.
The woods nre gay, glorious and
grand with their varied wealth uf col
ors, their fayrllke full powers, their ru
by leafpd Vjew a panorama qf'ncer-
The lirown leaves rustlf in tlip-wlnil,
Anilgiililen U the ciaktrefc'jcroiyii-.
TliL tea beech ilroiH her i-iueuM mast.
Anil chestnut liurri come showering down
WOOSTER, O., Oct. 28, '72.
Jlessn. Editors: Little news just now
Political matters are somewhat more
steady than before October election
The Greeley mongrels feeling slightly
routed iu litis section. Crow is poor
stock.' Your correspondent is of the
opinion that the party of progress and
equal rights will sweep cverythin;
throughout the "whole country. Grec
leyisui is the poorest "isnr that has 'is-
med' for the last four years of kins in
the Democratic party. One week ago
last night we had quite a fire here, re
sulting in the destruction of D. B. Eb-
erly's Sasli and Door establishment.
The oil men. Drosnecting northwest of
the city, seem considerably encouraged
from the look of things Tor several
Hays past. Jjbx'J' "aV! certainly come
across some of the finest variety of
building stone we have seen for soiue
time. We are by no means di-couraged
with the railroad prospects, but every
thing looks favorable as yet. 'The pros-.
pect of raising enough ttock tofUfup
the gaps that were last by election
appears quite flattering. Last week the
Northwestern. Mutual Life Insurance
Company of Millwaukce, paid to L. J
Barker $3,000, amount of insurance in
that company on the life of Mr. Charles
.Barker, deceased. This company Is one
of the best now in existence, standing
on safe, sure and permanent foundation.
The amount above paid was not yet due
according to rules but the company Is
always prompt and up to time. It is a
good company to insure in. The Uni
versity is in a decidedly flourishing con
dition. Business is steadily Increasing.
The Republican, too, of which you are
editors, is, as 'usual, pronounced as
standing at the head of weekly journals
in this section, aud now,since your rail
road is opened through to Mt. Vernon
and a telegraph line also, we'predict
considerable snap from that direction
hereafter. But I will not crowd your
columns by the email amount of news
there is from this quarter, and would
MT. HOPE, O., Oct. 28, '72.
orators and a few more grand songs
Messrs. Editors: A cam'le should not
he hid under a bushel, neither should a
good thing, under all circumstances, be
passed over in silence. For this reason
I don't think it proper that the outside
world should be kept in total ignorance
of the grand, success of the Sabbath
School cclctiratiou held at Bigelow
Chapel in this county, on the 10th inst.
Tlie day opened with a drizzling rain,
and the heavens were dark with clouds
winch threatened moisture in still
greater abundance. The people of Big
elow are not easily frightened however.
About 11 o'clock the Chapel was com
pletely filled with little folks whose
faces were all aglow with smiles and
whose hearts were throbbing with hope
ind joy at what was coming. Young
men and maldehs were also there, In
clover. The oldest inhabitant was also
fully represented by quite a number of
gray-haired veterans, the monotony of
whose lives was many a time broken by
fierce conflicts with the foe. The ex
ercises commenced with singing and
prayer. The singing class was led by
Critchtieid, with splendidsucccssaud
to the satisfaction of all present. Miss
Morret of Slireve presided at the.orgau
(an Estey") and extracted music of such
sweetness that few can equal and none
excel. Short addresses were delivered
hythe writer Revs. '(',.' Russell, T. II.
D. Bell.and Ebright. At abodtl o'clock
dinner was announced, and the whole
multitude formed in procession and
marched to the grove near the Chapel
where1a sight-met their eyes, well cal
culated to make: their mouths water.
Such idles of'cake, such profusion of
pies, such abundance of tarts, such pyr
amids of grapes, and last but not least,
such a quality of cold chicken. There
must have been a Waterloo in many a
barn-yard, for the dead were piled up
br'easfrlfigh. Tlie quantity-was so large
that" some of the preaehers were re
minded of the couple'. and by altering
it k Utile' adopted it tor their own case:
"tie that live to yet away
Shall live to tat another day."
After dinner .1 few more remarks b3
by tlie young folks closed the grandest
picnic known to the pldest,inhabitaiit
The Great Campaign Work.
We' 'have- just received from those
wide-awake publishers, Messrs. E. Han
naford &-.Cp.,CincInnati, a copy of
their greatCampalgii Chart for 1872."
It is brlmdilgof 'vecy" Taluable informa
tion; showing at a glance, not only the
political, Dutalso'tlie economic history
of the country .for the past fifty years.
In addition to the, statistics, etc., of a
political character, which are cxeeed-
ngly full and complete, this inultma iii
parro contains a tabular exhihit'of the
population of the U. ., uy states, at
each census, from 1700 to 1870; the
comparative kaxk of the several
States at each census a mof interest
ing and instructive feature; the leading
productions of agriculture in each
State and territory, from the last cex-
sus, giving'the amount of over twenty
of the principle products iu eacli State,
together with much other interesting
agricultural statistics, according to tlie
census returns of 1870, together with
other Important matter,
This Chart is handsomely printed,
colored, and varnished, and mounted,
map-like, on rollers. It is .1 real orna
ment to airy room or office, and ought
to sell fast everywhere.
It is sold through agents, and pub
lished by E. Hannaford & Co., Cincin
nati, to1 whom all applications for
agency should be addressed.
Pass Around the Scamp.
A horse doctor, calling himself Dr.
Bazzctt, medium height, dark hair,
about thirty years of age, is prowling
around tlie country, swindling the print
ers, hotels, ic. lie probably changes
his name tit each place. Kick him out
of town and send bill to us. Mt. I'er-
Street gossip and public curiosity has
been on the qui rfre for the last few days
in regard to the encouraging prospects
which are clustering aroundthe ellbrts
of the Wooster Oil and Mining Asso
ciation, to strike a vein of hidden wealth
which lies deep In the vallev of the
Klllbuek. At the depth of one hun
dred aud sixty-five feet they encount
ered u powerful volume of gas, which
threw the water and oil high up above
the aperture. Experienced oil men Bli
the Indications are extremely flattering,
and predict an abundance or oil at a
depth of four hundred feot. Should
this prophecy prove true, there Is 110
telling the amount of business that will
be done here next summer. We begin
to reel greasy already. Vice la lltedl
11 oosier jiepuuitcan.
The 01l United Stateij Clothing Store
Is tho place to luiv vour Full mil
Winter UlothlnK, at tlicold prices, not-
niuii.iiiuiii uiu Meiiuy advaiK-c III
wool. I lioilL'llt niv ironda mi i-ninll.
turns, allowing mo to stilt sell at Hie
Banii! low tlcttrcs ns licrctnrhri-. Ymi
will tlnil this lnracst and licit assort
nieiit ever liraught tq tills market, ami
you will Untl it tq yqur ailvautago to
c-tll ami examine my stock licl'ore liiy
(iiK elsewhere. Cqine qqq ai,l nil, to
tf. U.S.CIothinLr store,
The November number of the "Ec
lectic is at hand, and presents a timely
portrait, handsomely engraved on steel,
of James Anthony Froude. Another
timely feature of this number is excel
lent biographical sketch of the late Wm
nenry Seward, reproduced from the
Xewlork Tribune, lerms, $oa vear.
two copies, $9. Published by E. R.
Pelton, 10S Fulton street, N. Y.
Is one ot the most useful books to
have in the house. Tlie November num
ber is just out and for sale at auy depot
in the countrr. It is as interesting as it
is racy grave and gay, likely and sc-
verc. Ills just 11mv cuccis u umiuc
of a winter evening. "A pretty little
chromo is offered to every subscriber the
cominiftear. Published iiy lliomas !c
Talbot, 63 Congress street, Boston. $1,50
per year, or 10 cents single copies.
OLD AND NEW
For November contains much live
writing referring to subjects of present
interest. Mr. Hale in the Introduction
lioldly defends as amagazinist his right
and duty to discuss politic, very much
as the ministers used to do iu tlie Kan
sas times. Altogether,- it is a strong
and readable number.
THE LADY'S FRIEND
Tlie November number of the "La-
dv's Friend" is fuller than ever of En
graving, stories, and other good things
and completes Mr. Wood's exciting
novelet besides. But we think our
readers would rather hear that the fam
ous author of "East Lvnnc" announces
alreadv a new serial for tills Magazine,
to lw-alled"TtieMasterof Greylands:"
and that four other serials are also an
nounced for'nextyear by Daisy eutor,
Miss Douglas, Miss Hodgson, ami-Miss
Muzzy. Send twenty cent3 fora sample
number, containing all tlie induce
ments. Price. $2.00 a vear, or $2JM
'with the premium chromo. Address
l)eacoir Peterson, 313 Ualnutstrecr,
For November has come to hand,
iibouuding In rich and spicy, articles,
and each one a "veritable .short and
weet." Musical item's and musical
criticism. Likenesses -of Rubinstein
and Mis Mehlig. The "Utile Danube
Waltzes," bvSlraus.s. "Put me in niv
little bed," &e. All for ten cents. Look
out for the Christina nuinlier!
Messrs. Taylor & Sharp have iiit re
ceived, 111 connection witli a large stock
of new furniture, a very handsome new
nearsc and a good supply 01 cottins.
i tiey are now prepared to atteud.toall
business iu the Uiidcrtaker's'litie. The
Hearse is very neatly and substantially
gotten up, and the coffins are sttclt as to
ive good .satisfaction, they request
n.tosay that all business entrusted to
them will lie promptly and satisfactory
ly attended to. They are likewise or-
Icring furniture everv few davs. and
can snpply nil on short notice. .Give
them a call. 52tr
AN AMERICAN NOVEL.
Dr.- Holland' serial story, entitled "Alt-
rillTtt JIOXXICASTXE," to he commenced in
SerihHtr't MontLla for Xovember, anil contin
ued through the year, will he nutohiozranhi-
calin form, and in a different vein from the
earlier stories of this writer. It will incorpo
rate much of personal experience, abound in
Intereatingincident, and will deal witii some
of the niot important probtems of American
life. The. Illustrations of this story by Miss
Ilallork will be among the best that hnve ap
peared in the Magazine.
Higginson on Hawthorne.
Col.T. U. iIicrsrin.on will iiuhllsh a uarwr
on Hawthorne'! ."septluiius Fclton," In the
.ovemoer uiiiaoeril Acrwtur'n.
Holland on Hyacinthe.
Scrilwer' Jtontilit for November will bavp
an editorial on Father Ilyacluihc. in which
Dr. Holland strongly de'end-. the priest's re-,
cent marriage, and hurls scorn at his protes
The Poets of Scribner's Monthly.
The October" number ur A-rlLitr- Vitntlln
contained lour poems hr women. The writers
are llary K llrartley, Susan Coolidge,, Char
lotte I'. Hates, Lousfa lluthncll. Tue-l'ress
commented on the pcetrr of the number as bc-
ioi remarKaoie excellence.
The ltoetrv of the November number is to lie
contributed entirety hv women. They are:
Chri-tinaG. IEoetti, j'liaTll.ixter, "ll. II.,"
.ii. ,, uiiiici, mm r.iiauciii .11.1-rs Alien.
Here are nine noemsbt nine diflTerent vnmm
and ail it is tolie presumed of unuual merit.
The llecemlier nnmlicr will coutain a I'oem
by ihe celebrated Knglish l'oet, ltoliert Bn-cnanau.
More about Stanley.
Kdward King of the oiton Journal, in the
November number or Sc rtbner1 Mtmihlu will
give an account of au expedition among the
Spanish lleiolutioniits, which he took in com
with the discoverer
"The Demons of the Shadow,"
is the title of a curious paper by Moncnre'elJ.
Conway in the forthcoming Novemlier number
of Scributr't. in which ne gives what may he
called,The Natural History of tho Ucvil."
Prayer and Pills,
is the. title of one of llollaml R.linil.iUIn
the November Scribtwr. 1
Oil the 10th IllSt.. In .Mtllt-rshiirir. II.LrM.
ter XV. J. Miarpe. Jlr. l'hilllp llurbectcr to
s Amanda Uooer. 7
J On the Slth lnU by KoV.'VtlUmlW. Ilrown J
at Uie'reaiiit-ncc ol thehrhle'i. hither. Jlr.Fred.
crick barriueh and Miss Anne Fisher, all of
Stark county, Ohio.
At Cameron.MUsouri.ini the 24 th of October.
1K72. of Pneumonia. MAI! EL W. daughter of
James C. and MohaJuh Convaged 0 months
"Suffer little children to come unto rae." ,
On the 13th of October.' of P&ralrsU. after an
illness of more than a enr. JOlfX REJ1IXG-
The decease! was a noble and upright Chris
tian man. The last few weeks of hi; life lie
ntTered very much, but he was ready and Wil
ling1 to go when the Savior called. He leaves a
wife and fire children to mourn hfs loe. 1
Oct. 24, 1872.
FLOU1C. bbl, Itetail,
WHEAT, White V hush,
WHEAT, Iteii. bush.
;OUN. per bush (new)
BYE. " - -ISAltI.EV,"
OATS. new. W bush.
OLOVEIt SKE1. W bush.,.
TIMOTIIV MEED, "
- A siio
r i... Qr.r.n, -WHITE
II AY, W ton,
IUITTKIt. fin roll) tt lb.
I L I -
SHOULnEUS. "rt lb - .
DRIED AITI.ES. a lb
nitlEII l'EACHES. a lb
PARED PEACHES, "
HAGS, W Hi.
SALT, bid. retail, -
UIJI., p 10. -WOOD.
Best and Cheapest Hair
Dressin-f in tlut World.
CITY GUN WORKS.
.Iut enlarged and reopened with a new and
superior stot-k of GUNS. Call or send for a
l'rlreLi'U hage shot Gun 1 totSO; Double
llarrelSbiitGiin8tii"J: llrecch leaders 13
to JIM; ItinesfmofS, Revolvers dtoSl.
Adilre-s. II. II. SUIIULTE,
llnl 8 Liberty Street, PitLburg, Pa.
Sliveve Tailor Shop,
W. 0. FLINN,
lias removed Host of Depot, where, he w!i7
CUT (J AKMENTS ON SHORT NO TICK.
Every aillco warranted to lit and give cn-)
May II) 38tr.
Wayne Co. Ohio.
Ariiiili-lst mtov'it Notice.
"VTOTICE u hereby given that tlie under.'
i.1 Mmnen na. ueen aHiiui-u Aiiniinisiraior
of IheitateMf Vaientiue Dial, deceastut, late
oi itiiiiiiicwiowiitiiti, noun? couniTi iinio.
Oct.ll.lKt 0w3 Ailmiuistrator.
ARE YOU COINC WEST!
If so, take our ad v ire, and purchase your
tickefs over the old reliable and popular Mis
souri racilic Itailroad, which U positiqcly, the
uui mat run m rut; uiiy juaprvj"
Trains from St. LouU to Kansas City and the
West! and is, positively, the only Line which
runs I'u II man's Palace blccpcrs and fine Dav
Coachcs (eiecially for movers) equipped with
Miller's Saicty Platform and the pat lit Steam
Urake, from fat. Louis to Kansas City. Fort
Scott, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchison,
Joscnh, Nebraska City, Council JJlnffs ami
Omaha -without change. For information
regard to Time Tables, rates, &c to any point
in .Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado.Tex
as and California, call on or address 3
Thompson, Agent, Missouri Pacific tt. B , Co
lumbus, Ohio; or, E. A. Ford, Uen'l Passenger
4Vcuy, ot. xiouis, jo no iron Die 10 answer
Where to Emigrate!
the Atlantic A Pacific Railroad. Co.
offer 1,300,000 Acres of Land to actual settlers,
at low price on long credit, besides furnishing
free transportation over their road tn purchas
ers; this road extends from St. Louis, through
Missouri to Vlnita, Indian Territory, js being
pushed rapidly to its destination, the Pacific
Coast; will be one of the trunk lines or the
country, nertr Uocktd fry inoie the lands along
the road are Id a rich fertile country, as pro-
uuimtuiinj iu iuvcmik, UIU I.1IIIIOIC tlll-
oines auiueaxtvamgesor northern and south
era latitudes: rood cliniate.oil. health. u-atpr.
timber, grazing, fruits and flowers, invite vou
togo to thi region. Var further information
atldress A., TUCK. Iand Coin'r, 3J Walnut
WlTVb, 3I dill.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A 'GENTLEMAN who suffered for' years
from Xenons Debility. Premature Decaf,
and all the effects oryouthlnl Udi$cretion will
for the sake of suffering hnmanitWsenU free
toall who need it, the recipe and direction for
matin? tlie simnte remedv hv which he u-at
cnrei. e-unerers winning to pront ur tne ad
vertiser's experience canda so by addresing.
No. 4S Cedar St., New York.
The advertiser, havlniplieen twrmnpntlr rnr,
ed oft hat dread disease Cdnsumntion. hr
simple remedy. b anxious to 'make known
nis leiiowsuuerersviie means of cure. Toall
v ho desire it. he will nfiularnnrnf thfnrf.
M-ription used, (free of charge), wfth the di rec
ti o a tor preparing anu using tne same, wnicn
they uill flud;a.ure cure;"or..Consuinption,
AsthiaoJironctiitls; &c ' sM-
Pai ties wishing the prescription willple-aso
address Kb v. eimvauu a. wilso,
15) JWi IV nn Street, Williamsburg, N.Y
How to GoJ Wesi
This is an enquiry which every one shonld
have truthfully answered before he starts on
his journey, and a little care taken In exami
nation of routes will in many cases save much
trouble, time and uioneV.
TheC. U. A O. IL !.'" ntnninsrfrom Cldca-
go, through tialolmrgto Ilurlington, audthe
!., H.X Y. ltoute," running fromlndlanap
oIi through llloomingUm to llurlingtou, have
achieved a splendid reputation iu the two
years as the leading passenger routes to the
West. At Iturlington they connect with the IS.
& Al. It. IE. and lurm the great Uurlington
Koute. which runs- direct throiiith bout hern
iowu to 'ebmska and Kansas, aud with cloj.e
ronnecimns xo ainornia ana me icrrnonr.
Passengers stalling from Holmes county on
their war westward. clLnnot do better (turn
take the llurlingtou Route. This Hue h pub.
IMied a pamphlet called I!ow to ilo West,"
which contains much valuable information;
larre correct man of the tireat West, which
can lie obtained free of charge by addresdug
i ne lienerai i'ascngcr Ageiu, u , a k. iu.
J .J 1 1 MT
'7-1 vTI!HAJ7 7IT?"
ii,3 ,i-tlfinT ,i9drftuJ
if3 .rijnJ ,ftibi2
: oo!"J A ntbiuoftl
bn 3 bnfjlioofj
if' f-fi? ,8snilin?T
5 No, 1,
Look this Way
If ractloal Tailor,
TS In receipt of the latest New York and
hiladephU Faihlom for Gents and Ho) .
auo UTepnftlU)getUi wokj..iu iiieuiosiaii--
ALL WOKK WARRANTED TO FIT.
t.f , ... i
He Is still Agent for the well known
Improved! Singer Machine.
Needles and OJI on hand.
Rooms, in Commercial Jilncl,
(tree loorify!eit qfMul
a lie's Store,
vnr. ... . . - t
IF YOU WANT
Look' Through Ono of tho
Most Extensive Stocks !
In tho United States,
Our Own Hanuractnre
Vo loner stairs to climb, a we hare Two
bteam tierator, one lor carrying our tusium
ers and one for handling Furniture. So it is no
trouble to look at goods on the upper floors.
HART & MALONE,
103, 105 & 107 Water St.,
Factory 30, 32 & 34 St. Clair St.,
A Nice Assortment of
Of thelest Italian and American Marble, aW
wava on hand, and at 15 percent, less tuau
the same can he txught of any trav
All Materials WaiTanted tiVo. 1.
Shopon Main Street. 1 doorwestof Uhler 4
Stf JOHN CETZ.
At Wholesale and Retail,
Sold Cheaper Than
- JAS. CURRY & SONS,
Corner of-EnCteye,and NortbSt reels
JAS. GURRY & SONS,
Build No. I
Steam En gin's s I
RepaltAII Kinds of Machi
nery, Manufacture Cast
Iron Fences, Plows,
&c, &c. .
1. X ....
,When you 'have Repairing to do, you will save
money by calling at curry's Foundry.
, ' tt (
. . . . - ... a t
Qtiod "Wfrrk at . 'Heasonalde
I. ! . t . . . . 1. ,1
Curry.'s'can't ,bo uniTcrsold.in.Eiim-
Uoors, bashj-'Ulinds; Latli, '
Shingles, &c, tc.
We would resDCctfullr Invite the attention of
the puldic to our
We have a full supply of plants on. hand.
Thoe wih!ng to purchase jdant will do well
to give us a can. ueaiso luninpianis auu
For the term of three years, warranting them
toirrow. and warranting a sooI stand for the
ONE DOLLAR PER ROD !
In three annual payments. We thank the peo
ple or Holmes and Tuscarawas counties tor
their large patronage, and thoso wishing to
have a ' t
GOOD IIEDGE FENCE!
Will do well to clve us the iob. as wevare ex
perienced In the business of Hedge Growing,
and cau make a fence In four rears tufllcient
to turn anybtock,andonanyoil. 1'urties get
ting 1000 RoflHov Over 20, mr
We haro removed from Walnntcreek to
Phoneivlllc, Tuscarawas Co where we will be
nappy to attend to ait omen. .
E. M. .TROYER,
Bib Art of Honey MakifiE,
, Qr theKoadto Fortune
By J.D. jlll.LS, nNew Vorkmcii-hint. A new
Itoot. 4.V) page. Numerous Illustration1.
Price it 60. Liberal coiuinlssions. Agent's
outfit 73 cent. Solves the question "What
Shall I IW Complete the subject by show
ing how best to do It. I thorough, comprehen
she, moral and lively. Tell of a thousand
money-making enterprises, both honest aud
dtho&ext; rommends"the ftmuer. cxjues the
latter. Uelrtes fdrange hap and ml-hap to,
and anecdote of all orts of money makers.
Hotter than all. It shows
Jfow Money can be Made jYok
Agents, It Soils.
He Quick tor Choice of Territory.
Address, international Publishing Co
lOwS W and to Liberty Su. Sew- oxicdj
Finest Gli wst & Best,
And Most Perfect Machine Made in the
And one that w ill mafcc
TIiitlon-Holes and Do Over-soaminjr,
ooxbis'ed rx oxs.
THE SEWINC MACHINE,
Like all machines, when first made, and that
did the'work for which they were intended.
was rude, uncouth and Imperfect; but the In
ventive genius of man, stimulated by protec
tIon,ha notony improved them, but the last
having the advantage of the defects and im
perfections of the first, have devisedand orig
inated new Ones, that &Taltogether lttert tnoe
inplijfdy neater and cheaper, so that we can
preeut to yon a machine that, at a glance, you
wonld pronounce perfect. At all events they
will do wort superior to hand wort, cither for
neatness, durability and beauty. This wc do
American Sewing Machine.
Which will do all wort that U done by any
Sewiuff Machine, and beside, simple and plain
not hard to understand, easy to run, .(either on
account of their mechanical construction, or
not beinff complicated, or both,) seldom or nev
er outof order, and will last a lifetime.
The Splendid Mechanism
Of this machine and the superior skill, work-
m.iiisinpaiHLraatemi.'i.tmHweu in us con
struction, are a guaranty of accuracy, strength
and durability, and run with such ease tfcat It
makes a woman laugh.
iiiesuniiic,riuiug iu us carrier, i suojti-i
to no ivear. and the friction of a race" is
avoiileiL The tensions admit of such nice ad
justment, and with such ease and certainty,
tuaineoi me greac uimcuiiics met wiui m
ordinary machines is entirely avoided. The
feed is adjitetfthle, so that it will wort with
equal facility either light or heavy goods.
TIiU Iteinir comnarativclx' a new machine
twrtnn iron Id natiir:ill" 1m a little ftllnicion
of buying a machine they knewhutUttleahout
nut uy reiernng io me iuiiuiiiguuuii-ni-r-son
who have thee machines in ue, you can
be lietter sat is lied:
Miss Ann Millhouse,
Mrs. E,G. Saunders
" A. Kenas
" J. Carjnter,
31 rs. KKIer Sharp,
" V. Brown,
' James Martin,
" A. JS. Frey,
" 3L Low,
" II. F. Calhoun,
" Jo. Adam,
" W.J. Courtney,
' J.C Duncan,
" Jos. Acheiuire,
" James Mnrry,
" M. McClnre,
" J. loulon.
" John iianna,
" Joseph Aic,
" Wm. Fox;
" J. Erst,
.John St inter,
" tl. U. rarkinson,
" Wm. Weaver,
' J. E. FllUs
" It. Ileegle,
" JI.G. White,
John 11c id,
Mrs. u. Kvans
Jibs .). Toluck,-
31 rs. c; Sr. Terry,
" H. nuiimau,
M II. Martin,
" S.J. Wiler,
" Wm. Ebenuau,
ifrs. Thomas Jtarnes, Miss J. Harter,
ii . j i urns.
" itouert rowers,
" 45. W. 3Iitcae!,
" II. Harrison,
E. J. Johnston,
S. K. Williams.
99 C. Crawford, jr
finf priilflnre of their worth Is the success
that attends them, wherever they go. Other
machines have earned a reputation anu sen on
their reputation, (and are entitled toit) but the
world is wide and we want a repntatiou too,
aud are willing to work for It. and that is what
we are after to-day.
We warrant these 'machines to be what they
are represented, and if you will try them, yon
will llndthey will snlt you.
J. W. HULL, Agent.
Thf'p mdrhlnc can be seen at the new room1
nearly opposite the -Post Office, Millersburg
u.j wnere aio can uc yxu iuu
Whirli mines Chantr ami irives K3tifaction.
Call and see them. Prices ranging from 45
bewiog machine attachments needles and
on kept on nan i.
A youth stepped Into a
book, store and asked
"What kind of fens do
you sell here, mister?"
"All kinds, you young
rascal." answered one
of the clerks.
"Do. you?" said, the
little chap; "then giye me
ten cents' worth of pig
Have now on hands a
Splendid Stock of
Bits k lln
Fall Winter Trade
Of Best Quality of Goods.
Wo have a Splendid Boot,
The Boat Hand-Made Boot
The best Womans' Calf
Shoe in tho market, war
A full lino of Boots, for
Boys and Youths, at low
M!se anl L'liUilrcnS Slioc, la Urg e quantl.
iifi.u Mr-. huh mtraii. t
Gum Boots, Jiulbers; Overshoes, Jkc.
250 Sides SOLE LEATHER
At Low Prices.
BirSTIea'e itlve iii .i cill ami ton n-niiva
, .li. i.
JDST RECEIVED AT
UHLER & MCDOWELL'S,
llillersburjt, Sept. 10, It's.
(Successors to Voorhes 1 Iladson,)
STOVES OF ALL HIS,
Warranted to give satisfaction. Have a good
T I IV TV -A. 12. E X
Pumps, Firo Brick,Tile Pipe.
Agents for liest ManofacturCT of
Eangcs, Heaters, &c.
Done on Short Xotlce.
Old Copper, Rags and Iron Wanted.
One ilno r West of Empire House. Girt u&
PROPRIETOR OP THE
TIE subscriber is prepared" to fill orders of
all kiudsiuhU line with promptaeoi aad
tiupaicn. ne aeeps coaianuy oa nana
ALL RINDS OF FURNITURE
From the cheapest quality to the finest, a lit
tle cheaoer than the same article can benro-
enred elsewhere. A spiendid article of
Kept constantly on hand.
11EFAIR1XG Neatly Don on short
Special attention giren to the business of
Meullic ExrrWiar n,l Wllnut CoOn, ktot
constQlly on hum). L'uflm manulictuml la
unlw. Two pwl Hemes keyt contntly la
reaiitness to anena cam.
BENTON, - OHIO,
llaiJu'tofenfJ Urge stock oI
FALL ft WHITER GOODS,
He uat-e & siecialty of selling-
1 Prices that Defy Com
petition. tori intile all to call anil see thenK
lteutan, O., Oct. II, lS'H,
FOR GOOD MATCHES,
1U TO THE
if Ms !
Iv Gills !