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Holmes County Republican
Miixersburo, O., : : Nov. 21, 1872
Notice to Subscribers.
Subscribers can always tell how their sub
cription account stands, by looking at the
ligures after their names on the address label
pasted on the margin or the paper. Those fig
ures show thcexact date to which subscription
has been naiL There may possibly be tome
mistakes in lucaaics. ii bo our bnnscriucrs
will please let us saiow what ther arc.
Change in Mail Time.
On and after Friday, XoTember.lst.,
the mail going Xorth will close at 10:4.
a. M. All letters for that mail must be
in by that time. JIail going South will
close at 3 p. it.
T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
Post Office Hours on Thanksgiving.
The Post Office will be open
Thanksgiving, 2fov. 2Sth, from 7
a. M., from half past ten to 12 M.
and from 3 to 5 p. m.
T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
Business Houses Closed.
TVe have been requested to state that
the business houses in JUllersburg will
be closed on Thanksgiving day, Thurs
day, Xov. 28th. Persons in the country
will please make a note of this.
John Huston, Esq., who lias been
Mail Agent on the C. Mr-Y. D. K. B.
for the past eight years, has resigned in
favor of J. C. Corbus, appointed to fill
the vacancy. Since the mail service was
continued through to Jit. Vernon, it has
been very inconvenient for Air. Huston,
whose family lives in Millersburg. AVe
are glad that Mr. Corbus has received
the appointment as we think he will
make a good agent.
Lake Erie, Wooster & Muskingum
Valley Railway Company.
The organization of the Company was
completed on Thursday the 14th iust.,
atTVooster, by electing the following
Board ot Directors : E. Quiinby, Jr., J,
H. Kauke. D. Bobison, Jr., John Zim
merman, Harvey Howard, J. S. Hollo
well and M. "iVelker, at AVooster; F. E.
Barney, at Coshocton, J. A. Estill, at
Millersburg; Henry Ainsworth, at Lo-
di, and I. B. Gates, at Elyrla. The Di-
recors then elected Martin AVclker, Pres
ident and L. Flattery, Sec'y and Treas-
The newspaper is just as necessary to
fit a man lor his true position in life
as food or raiment. Show us a ragged,
barefoot boy rather than an ignorant
one. His head will cover his feet in af
ter life if he is well supported with
newspapers. Show us the child that is
eager for newspapers. He will make
the man of mark in after life if you
gratify that desire for knowledge.
Other things being equal, It is a rule
that never fails. Give the children
A Trial of 50 Years.
The Xew York Oljerrer has passed
through the ordeal, and starts out anew
on the second Jifty years witli a larger
list of readers and more numerous
friends than ever. Such a steady course
of prosperity is unexampled, and in
spires confidence. We heartily rejoice
in the great success of a paper which
has always advocated those sound prin
ciples that underlie the foundations of
society and good government. Ortho
dox in the truest sense, both In Church
and State, Its influence is always good.
We see its publishers propose to give to
every subscriber for 1S73 an appro
priately embellished JuWee Year-Bool:
Those who subscribe will have no cause
to regret .the step. $3 a year. Sidney
E. Morse & Co., 37 Park Bow, X. Y.
As soon as the sore is opened, wash
with Castile soap, clean; then take lu
nar caustic, and be sure to get into the
bottom of the sore; leave it in six hours.
Then make a wash of white vitriol and
rain water, not very strong, stirring it
thoroughly with the castile soap, and
wash the sore with it every morning.
It is said by those who have tried it to
be a sure cure.
There is no doubt the Iron City Col
lege, of Pittsburgh, offers the best ad
vantages of any school in this country
for obtaining a thorough practical busi
Cost of $5,000 Policy.
A General Accident Policy in the Trav
elers, insuring $5,000 against death by
accident, or $23 a week for wholly dis
abling or injuring by accident, will cost:
Preferred class $25.00 per year. $7.30
per month. Preferred Class Includes
Clergymen, Editors, lawyers, Merch
ants, Clerks, Bankers, Physicians, Book
keepers, etc. James M. Beesc, agent for
MILLERSBURG, O., Nov. 1st, '72.
Mr. Editor: Please give notice
through your paper that Bev. Lemon L.
U 111 will leave his home for India dur
ing the week of Thanksgiving day,
therefore we have purposed holding
farewell services in the English Lu
theran church on the evening of Tues
day, Xov. 26, at which time all brethren
and friends are very cordially invited to
attend and participate on the occasion.
M. P. FOGLESON,
Before you start on a journey, buy
a yearly General Accident Policy in the
Travelers oi llaruoru. James Jl.lteese,
is agent for Holmes county.
250,000 Accident Policies Issued.
Paid $700 a day in benefits. The
Travelers Insurance Company,of Hart
ford, Conn., had issued up to May, 1S72,
about two hundred and fifty thousand
Accident Policies averaging over thir
ty thousand a year, for the past eight
years. James M. Beesc, agent for
Fres!) arrival of choice candies and
liohday toys, at yogcl s. lztf
Look to vour interest. If von want a
Sensing Machine go to the Messrs. Hull's
new room, nearly opposite the Post ur-
jice, ana get a good one, one that is easy
to operate and easy to run. The cheap
est and best machine in the world nev
er out of order, and is universal)- liked
wherever known, and one that will last
a nieiiine. ltr
Holiday toys at Vogel's.
Messrs. Taylor & Sham bave iust re-
ceived, in connection with a large stock
of new furniture, a vorv liaiHlmni nnv
Hearse and a good supply of roiling.
u ney are now prcparcu to attend to all
business in the Undertaker's line The
Hearse is very neatly and sulitaiitiallv
gotten up, and the coffins arc such as lo
give good satisfaction. They request
us to say that all business entrusted to
them will be promptly and satisfactori
ly attended to. Tlicy are likewise or
dering furniture every few days, and
can supply all on short notice". Give
them a call. S2tf
--InsuFn (n the Travelers Life and
Accident Insurance f oninanv. of Hart
ford, Conn. James JJ. JJeese, agent for
ii .1 r r . ' . .. . -
For the REPUBLICAN.
For the REPUBLICAN. WRECKED--MAD.
DR HILDA BURNS.
u Gone mad! Gone mad!" they say of me!
And thev stare with bated breath:
Oh! has lie with madness answered
-My craving prayer for death?
Deathis dreadful; you thinkah, me!
No, hell is down in my soul!
Hell is up in my tortured brain ;
The floods of woe that o'er me roll.
Ilalins the world, hating myself
O, what is lire tome?
A day on an arid desert land,
Night on an angry stormy sea.
Every sense an avenue or pain.
All with wretchedness is rife:
O, the world of pent up agony
in this one creature's liie.
I raTe with thinking it over,
Jlut let me think it again
My story of sweet, glad, loving
its sequel that crazed my brain,
Let me hear my darling's wooing.
" love Is bliss without alloy"
How I loathe my craven heart
Clingingto this acctirsingjoy.
I gloat o'er the old old story
ao sweetly, strangely new
How dares be smile, in his falsity.
While I am so madly true!
O, for the love of my darling
How have 1 plead with Goo.
But he bade me through deep waters,
Under a sorely chastening rod.
They've told me again, and again ;
"There's blessings we cannot see,"
" All things work lor good to the good."
They've maddened innocent me!
The winds are tempered to the shorn lamb.
The fall of a cnarravr he'd se.
There's loving kindness and tender mercy.
Bruised, broken me!
Ay. I've read of the blissful land.
Where all the good are blest;
Where the wicked cease from troubling,
And the weary are at rest:
But unto him that overcometh,
Only is the victory given.
So this mad rebellions heart, fc
Will shut wi out of heaven.
Love, and faith, and hape, are wrecked;
The deceiver's work is done;
Since for the Kingdom of Darkness
He a soul has won.
Do you want posters ?
Do you want hand-bills ?
Do you want business cards?
Do you want a neat bill-head ?
Do you want a ta3ty letter-head ?
Do you want a nice visiting-card ?
If so, leave your orders at the Eepub
licax office, where they will be execu-
ted in the 'neatest style, and on most
Pigamy shoult never pe punished by
der law. A man mit doo wives, If he
lives mlt dem both, is punished better
than any laws can do it.
Many peebles spend much ov deir
wages in der visky shops, and den set
down and fret bekause deir nabors gets
along more better as dem.
Der only mark 'dat some men will
ever make in dis vorld vill be der mark
o deir poots In der mut.
Buckwheat cakes are peculiarly
adapted to cool weather. The appetite
craves them, and they supply the sys
tem with warmth, to enable it to resist
hunger for a long time. But they must
be made just right, and here is a prime
Make a thin batter with a quart of
flour, half a cup of yeast, warm water
and a little salt. Let It rise over night.
Bake on both sides on a griddle. A lit
tle bstter left in the rising dish will
serve for yeast for the next batch. It is
better to add a teaspoonful of salaratus
fore baking in the morning, and it is
rery essential that this is good and be
Our Fireside Friend.
The publishers of this justly popular
journal have thus far met with the most
pronounced success. Having built up
on the solid foundation of a first class
illustrated family paper, the result has
justified their expectations. The very
large circulation which "Our Fireside
Friend has attained, is the best possible j
evidence that could be adduced of its
merit. The enterprising publishers,
atcrs & Co., Chicago, are not to be
outdone by any others, now offer as a
premium to each new subscriber, their
magnificent oil chromo "Cute," one of
the most attractive and beautiful pic
tures ever presented to the public. It
sixteen by twenty inches, printed in
oil colors from sixteen stones, and ele
gantly finished, scarcely inferior to an
oil painting. Yery liberal terms are of
fered to agents to canvass for.subscrib-
ers to the paper and chromo. Miss
unny Weston ,is agent. We wish her
success in securing subscriptions.
There are some people, yes, many peo
ple, who arc always looking out for
lghts. They cannot carry on the dal-
ntcrcourse of the family without
some offense being taken. They are as
touchy a3 hair triggers. If they meet
an acquaintance on the street who hap
pens to be preoccupied witli business,
they attribute his abstraction in some
way personal to themselves and take
umbrage accordingly. A fit of indiges
tion makes them see impertinence in
cry one they come in contact with.
Innocent persons who never dreamed
of giving offense, are astonished to find
some unfortunate or momentary tacitur-
ity mistaken for an insult. To say the
least, the habit Is unfortunate. It Is
far wiser, to take the more charitable
lew of our fellow beings, and not sup
pose a slight is intended unless the neg
lect is open and direct. Alter all, too,
lifo takes its hues. If we arc frank
and generous, the world treats us kind-
If on the contrary we are suspicious,
men learn to be cautious, with us. Let
person get the reputation of being
touchy, everybody is under more con
straint, and in this way the chanco of
Imaginary offense is vastly in-
Easy Work, and Big Pay for All.
From two or twenty dollars per day,
according to section and agents, made
by canvassers on "People's Monthly" of
Pittsburgh, Pa., the cheapest, most pop
ular, and most elegant illustrated paper
for the home, in tiiis or any other coun
try. Xew tppe, new"hcad," and tinted
pnper, commencing with Chritmas num
ber. Pure", bright, and wholesome.
Takes on sight in every home, for
which it is specially made. Offerr' the
biggest commission, and most liberal
premiums to all who choose to work for
t. Boys, girls and women can easily
lear from two to eight dollars a day.
All needed is a sample of the paper, or
regular "outfit." Choice of territory
to thorough workers. Eacli subscriber
iven more than price of the paper.
Three mouths trial, including the su
perb Christmas number, for only twen-
ive cents. Address, "People Month
ly," Pittsburgh, Pa., for special circu
lar to agents.
PLIMPTON, Nov. 12th, '72.
Messrs. Editors: It Iieing sometime
since you hayc had any news from this
orner of the county, I will send you a
little. The weather lids been very line
until to-day. AVI liter has apparently
ct In. Fanners are getting along with
heir fall work finely. Most of the corn
is cribbed and clover seed taken off.
Hogs arc going into market and farmers
re reaping the reward of their sum
mer labor. AVe also have a great time
of rejoicing ovpr the great victory won
AVe furnish Envclnns with a Busi
ness Card thereon, ni'arlv :ii ehean as
the blank euveljijics can be purchased
IX T01TS ASD OUT.
Boys, sharpen up yonr skates.
Time on the jump Leap Year.
Spell-bound children at school.
Back numbers Those she wears.
The taffy-pulling season has opened
The scar and yellow leaf tobacco.
Causeless crucltv seldom escancs
long wimout revenge.
The two best shins in the world
lourismri anil friendship.
For a eood Overcoat, at tG. tro to
tsaac Jiart. Mil
A friendlv admonition is a special
point ol true friendship.
Time brings a trcntle and powerful
opiate to all mislortunes.
Yirtne is'the finest ornament; good
sense is ine Dest equipage.
Candy Toys for the Holidays just
received at v ogers. latr
A AYisconsin elrl. has committed
suicide because her hair didn't curl.
AYaSiWIIIlamTenn's Docket hand
Sew subscribers received at any
I A bad place to get out at the el
bow.- . '
-Tor a good lined orunllned wamus,
go to Isaac -Marx. I3tr
Don't forget that Thursday. Xov.
Zjtli, Is -National Thanksgiving day.
He who knows himself has occa
sion for humility.
-AA'hen troubles move near friends
Choice cigars and candies, at Ao-
gci's Hawery. mr
-To boil a ton Erne drink scoldim?
The place for a picnic the Sand-
Boys who are permitted to run the
streets at night will soon become pro-
licient swearers and model rowdies.
Josh Billings says, "You'd better
not Enow so much, than to know so
many things tnat ain't so."
Ladies' lunch Boom opposite Post-
office. Nice clean lunch at all hours.
Let your children have access to the
newspapers. They are a great source
of practical education.
-The present style of ladies dresses
is said to be economical, because they
are worn "longer" tnan formerly.
-If you want to buy a nice stylish
suit, go to Isaac Alarx, and get a bar
-The Bavenna Democratic Press says
n e nave met tne enemy and nave been
A good top buggy for sale. In
quire of G. A. Hughes, Millersburg, O.
agmus is the latest in Xcw York, but It
hasn't got quite that bad here yet.
Calender Clocks arc all the go ev
erybody go to AV. Jacob & Co. and get
one. 13 w2
-Few persons know how much they
are capable of doing nntll they have
first thoroughly tested their abilities.
Never marry a woman till youknow
where her dress ends and her soul be-
If you court a young woman, and
you are won and she is won, you will
both be one.
To make good jam crowd five fash-
onably dressed ladies into one church
It is said that iron is a good tonic
for debilitated young ladies. That may
bc so, but ironing is a better one.
Woman ousrht to do all she can to
make this earth a paradise for man, as
it was all her fault he lost the other.
Young ladies are now wearing their
sash-ribbons tied on the right side of
the waist, instead of the back, as here
tofore. " The dearest snot on earth" has at
last been located. Those wishing to
find the "spot" will find it at the store
that does not advertise.
High Daddy Chewing Tobacco;
poor man's comlort; rich man's solace.
Sold at 80 cts. per lb. by AVeston- !fc Fra-
zer, opposite Post office. 13wu
-Under the head of fachionable in
telligence, an exchange gives the fol
lowing : " Ladies' bustles will be en
larged at the end of the present month
uy tuc auuuion oi one more newspaper.
The amount of labor, literary or
mechanical, which a person In vigor
ous health can perform, is almost with
out limit, if a systematic method is
dopted, and the proper interest incited
to the effort.
A lady, who says her opinion is
based upon observation, says that men.
as a rule, regard their wives as augels
for just two months, namety a mouth
before marrying her, and a month after
A Democrat was asked the other
day what Grant's majority was. He
replied by saying, put down a llgure
one, add on ciphers until you get tired
writing. The questioner folded Ins
arms and quietly stole away.
Elyria and Black Blver have both
oted bonds to aid in constructing the
Lake Erie, AVooster & MuskingumVal
ley llailway. Lodi has raised $ 40,000
In money, and Franklin township,
Wayne county is doing handsomely.
The Treasurer Is now waiting for
the taxes. The olBee Is not crowded,
and all who desire to pay can now be
accommodated without delay. Those
who put it off to the last must not com
plain if they are compelled to wait.
For anything in the Clothing line
you can buy it for cash cheaper than
tne cheapest, at tne unueu acaics jo
thing Store, which beats all competi
tion. Don't forget the place, and call
at the old United States Clothing Store.
The Annie Creek Musical Associa
tion, held week before last, under the
leadership of Mr. J. Eberhart, was well
attended throughout. The proceedings
closed on Saturday evening with a
Grand Concert, which was a great suc
cess. -An hour of .each evening spent
with some good author, or'in the study
of some useful science, will in the course
of a few years give to a young man
ho thus devotes this small portion ol
Is time, an amount of information
which cannot fall to fit him for posi
tions to which he not could properly as
pire without this attention to study.
An exchange tells how to catch
owls: When you discover one on a tree,
and find that it is looking at you, all
that you have to do Is to run round the
tree, several times, when the owl's at
tention will be so firmly fixed that, for
getting' the necessity of turning its
body with Its head, it will follow your
motions until it wrings its head on !
" Come in, there's a fire In the par
lor," were the whispered words we
heard wiuie passing a house on one oi
our principal streets. It is such little
courtesies as these that Increase the coal
dealer's profits, and tend to make the
iaker sweat over six-story wetuiing
cakes before the winter Is over.
She is stopping now in Lcwiston,
Maine. She walks live miles and back
every Sunday to church, threads the
finest needle witli woolen 3arn, reads
the finest print without glasses, takes
care of four cows, makes apple dump
lings every Tuesday, don't wear hoopS,
and is only one hundred and nineteen
years old. She knew AVashington be
fore he was married.
ATitusvillc wife placed a toy snake
In- her husband's boot the other morn
ing and then could hardly get breakfast
because of her snickering at his per
formance when he discoverml it. lie
first looked Into the mirror, then went
and threw his demijohn ol old rye Into
the mill race. He drank thirteen cups
of coffee nt breakfast and for several
evenings afterwards astonished bis
children by going to bed at 1) o'clock
If you want to see the liest and ni
cest stock of Men and Hoys' Clothing,
go to Isaac Jlarx, anu select it. I3tt
Last week ended with a slight
storm and pretty sharp weather.
On Saturday the poor cotton-
didn't get much rest.
On Saturday last the boys of
town commenced going down nut
If yonr horses get the epizootic.
Keep tnem warm and give them rest.
nats and Caps, &c, for everybody
at J u. Uorlms & uo.
Use Carbolic Acid. Brom Chloral-
urn and Assafoetida, as disinfectants
prevent the Horse Disease.
If you want to buy a good pair
pants and vest, at fl, co to Isaac
The horse disease makes that.ani-
mal scarce wherever it makes its ap-
pearanccanu hand carts, wheel barrows.
are tne popular vehicles.
For the nicest and finest lot
Gents' Furnishing- Goods ever brought
to this market, eo to the United States
doming store. I3tt
"Xever mind the weather when the
wind don't blow," but eo to the Jewel
ry store of A. B. Frey, and buy one
inose neautuui gold watches and chains
For a eood trunk or satchel, eo
Isaac Aiarx. uti
Xow is the time to subscribe for
the Eepubucaic, and settle all arrear
ages. As you come In to pay your taxes
don t forget the printer.
The attorney of the Baltimore and
Uhio Kailroad had been quite success
ful in comprouising claims on the
of persons injured during the istate Fair,
by the collision at Independence.
Go to AV. Jacob & Co's.to buy vour
lauies uoid n atches and chains. I3wz
I'm afraid I'm sittine on your crin
oline, ma'am." "Oh, never mind, sir,
it's of no consequence, you can t hurt
it." ".No, ma'am, it s not that, but the
contoundeu thing hurts me."
He stuck the butt end of a rifle in
the fire to melt the load out of it, and
sat a little way on readme a novel
Funeral at four o'clock the day after,
and they buried the remains ol ueorgc
v illeston in Detroit.
For a good hat for 50 cents, go to
Isaac Jlarx. ljtr
''Dearme, how fluidly he talks!"
said Mrs. Partington, recently at a tem
perance meeting. "I always rejoice
when he mounts the nostril, for elo
quence warms every cartridge In my
AVe know whereof we speak when
we say that AVeston & Frazer, opposite
Post office, is the best place to get
nice dish of good fat oysters, a good
warm meal, a good lunch, a good cup
of hot coffee, a nice mince or cranberry
pie and the best 5 cent cigar you ever
Always something new and nice at
eston k t razer, opposite l'ost orace,
General accident Policies of the
Travelers Insurance Company may be
obtained without delay ol any author
ized agent. They are written for the
mouth or year. They insure men of all
occupations and professions. They cost
but a small sum. Their cost is the same,
all ages from 18 to Co. Tbey are valua
ble to all classes of men. Every man
should have one. James M. Beese, ag't
AV. Jacobs & Co. have just received
large assortment of Gold Eiugs. Call
and see them. 13w2
The Travelers Insurance Company
has paid over fifteen thousand claims
under these policies, for death or injury
by accident; averaging seven hundred
dollars a day for every secular day for
seven years. James M. Beese, agent
The Old United States Clothing Store
Is the place to buy your Fall and
Winter" Clothing, at the old prices, not
withstanding the steady advance in
wool. I bought my goods on condi
tions, allowing me to still sell at the
same low hgures as hcrctolore. lou
ill find the largest and best assort
ment ever brought to this market, and
yon will find it to your advantage to
call and examine my stock before buy-
ng elsewhere, uome one and an, to
tf. U. S. Clothing Store.
For a good lined or unlined blouse,
go to Isaac Jlarx. 13tf
Sad Accident and Death.
AA'eare called upon to record another
sad accident and death in this commit
nity as a result of the reckless and too
common practice of attempting to get
on and off moving engines and trains.
n AVednesday morning of this week, a
oung man named James AA. Ferguson,
between eighteen and nineteen years of
age, a brakeman on the P. C. & St. L.
Bailway, and brother of Mr. L. H.Fer
guson of this place, in company with
two or three companions, ' got on a
through freight atDennison to ride over
to Uhrichsville. AVhen the train was
nassine the Uhrichsville Depot, at con
siderable speed, they all jumped off, as
e sec railroad men and others doing
almost every day. The platform at the
depot was wet and slippery, owing to
the rains of the previous day and night,
and as young Ferguson jumped upon
the platform he slipped and fell. Be-
tore he could -recover nimseii lie was
thrown between the platform and cars,
ith his right leg upon the rail, and the
wheels of the rear oar (caboose) passed
over it, crushing it between the knee
and ankle in a terrible manner. He was
conveyed to the residence of his brother
and Dr. Allen, McCaulcy and Loller
illed, but it was soon evident that fie
could not survive the awful shock he
had received. He began to sink rapidly
and died at about 4 o'clock p. m. We
hope this may be a warning to all
others iu this community who are in
the habit of risking their lives in a sim
ilar manner. Tuscarawas Chronicle.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer.
Xow stands among the first, and at the
head of all articles fora similar purpose.
The testimony of our physicians is con
clusive as to Its value; and we are per
sonally acquainted with scores of cases
here it lias been used witn tne best oi
results. It will restore gray hair to its
orginal color, and leaves it glossy, and
in a healthy condition; while, for heads
troubled with dandruff, or any disease
of the scalp, It acts like a charm in
cleansing them. Try it, and you will
not be disappointed. Lotcell Courier,
May 2, 1SCS.
Means AVhat he Says.
Though "confirmations strong as
proofs of Holy AVrit" and as numerous
as the sands on the sea shore, were pro
duced to prove that Dr. Pierce, the pro
prietor ot Lr. bage s Uatarrh Kemedy,
is in earnest and means what he says,
when lie oflers $500 reward for any
case of Catarrh which he can not cure,
yet there would be some skeptics and
logies wno would continue to snout,
humbug, humbug!" "it cannot be,
because Dr: Homespun says Catarrh
cannot be cured." Xow, this Dr.
Homespun is the identical, good na
tured old fellow who honestly believes
and persists in declaring that this earth
not round or spherical, but Hat as a
slap-jack" and docs not turn over.
otherwise the water would all be spilled
out of Deacon Bascom's mill pond.
But astronomical science has positively
demonstrated and proven that Dr.
Homespun is wroiig in supposing this
;trtn to he uat and stationary. and med
ical science is daily provine the fact
that he is no less mistaken and behind
the times in regard to the curability of
Catarrh. In short, it has been positive
ly proven that this world mores and that
medical science it nronressire the
opinion of Dr. llonjespini to the con
trary notwithstanding. That Dr. Sare s
Catarrh Hemcily will cure Catarrh,
thousands who have used It attest.
Then lmv it, and use it. in. doubt do notstand.
ou win umniiii urug stores an over the land.
AYIiolf & Millliousc.
Mrs. AVholf and Miss Abbe Millhouse
having purchased the Millinery and
Fancy store of Mrs. Hoxwortli .t Wnl-
;aniot, announce that they have lust re
vived a large stock of "roods, and nre
ible to supply their customers with tin.
best of everything in that line of busi
ness, ii. .1
Hi k Gold ltlnirs for il .50 ut AV. .In.
cob & Co's. 13w2
Nov. 11, 1872.
Eds. Republican : After the intense
enthusiasm which usually occurs after
a presidential election, has somewhat
subsided, I will attempt to give some
particulars or facts in regard to the
result of the late campaign in our
own township. Saltcreek has
for many years, until recently, been
under the administration of Democracy
The October election brought about
quite different result. The Eepublicans
were successful in electing the entire
county ticket except Sheriff. Subse
quently at the electio n on last Tuesday
they gained the day by a majority of
thirty-five votes. An d many who were
expected by Greeleyites to extend with
them the hand of fellowship "across
the bloody chasm" did not extend worth
a cent. They itherremalncd at home
or espoused the Grant cause. Truly to
"The mclanchoUy days have come,
The saddest of the year."
They appeared for a long time to be
sanguine of hope. But alas, they have
been doomed to disappointment. And
as Greeley returns to his editltorlal chair
he is conscious of the fact that as a pres
idential candidate his name goes upon
the pages of history as the mo3t com
plete failure on record.
The Methodists of Holmesville and
all others wishing to join them will ob
serve Thanksgiving day, the 23th Inst.,
In the following manner commencing
at 2 pm. : there will be Sunday School
music, and recitation exercises uy
classes, and other exercises by Sunday
School AVorkers of special interest to
those connected with Sunday Schools,
concluding at 5 o'clock followed im
mediately by supper.
The evenine exercises commencing
at half past seven o'clock, "will consist
of music of a general character such as
songs, duetts, quartetts and choruses.
There will be entertainment lor the
young and the old ; the grave and the
gay, and enjoyment for all. There will
be Organ duetts, the like of which have
never been beard in Holmesville. Mr,
Bushev principal Oreanist.
Admission, half tickets 25 cents, good
for afternoon and supper, or evening
entertainment; whole tickets 40 cents.
Proceeds for the benent oi tne m. js,
By Order Com.
For a good white or woolen shirt,
go to the United States Clothing store.
For December appears in new style
and has some new features which will
commend themselves to the readers and
patrons of Ballon s, known all over the
entire country as one of the cheapest
and best publications of the kind in the
United states. During the coming year
each subscriber will receive a pretty
chromo as a Christmas present. This
ill be a temptation to every one, and
we hope thousands will avail themselves
of it. Only $1,50 per year, and 15 cents
sinsle copies. For sale all over the
country. Address Thomas & Talbot 63
Congress street, Boston.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK.
The illustrations In the December
number are of the usual style in which
Godey presents them to bis subscribers
Two steel engravings, one a handsome
tableau title-page; a fashion-plate; a
colored plate of silk stockings ; Christ
mas .t-ve, and (juristmas .morning, com
panion pictures : and an extra number
of fashions expressly selected for dress
occasions of all kinds. The literary
matter is made up ef an excellent class
of stories suitable for Christmas read
me. In the January issue, Marion liar-
Ian u will commence a new novelette,
under the title of "Carrying Aveight,"
hich will be continued through the
Our Darling," a first-class Chromo,
is given to every subscriber whether a
single subscriber for three dollars. L.
. Godey, X. E. cor. Sixth and Chest
nut Sts., Philadelphia.
The Portrait of Bev. H. AVard
Beecher, as given in the Pittsburgh
"People's Monthly" for November, is
said, not only to be the best likeness of
him ever published, but the best woodcut
portrait ever produced in this country.
There arc six other eood anu oeautnui-
ly printed illustrations in this number,
as also the usual supply ot original anu
selected matter. A'eio type, a "new
head," and paper are announced for
the Christmas number, which will be
ell worth seeing. Families can have
it on trial three months, including the
elegant Christmas number, for only
Twenty-five Cents; yearly subscription
$1,50. Address, People's Monthly,
"It Still Waves."
It ill be no surprise to very many of our
readers to learn that that popular family pa
per, the "Star Spangled Banner" 'still waves.'
tt isn't oncofthe kind that suspends' or'sells
out.' We have received the November num
ber, which is better than ever. During 1873
the Banner has achiered immense success.
Althonirh attacked and abused bv romies. ras
cals and swindlers, for its exposures of their
ichemes. vet their abuse ritli the irood words
of all honest men have run up its circulation to
50,000 copies. The Banner is a large, 8 page 40
column paper, ietiger size, overnowing witn
splendid stories, poetry, wit, humor, fun, etc.
It is a paper foryoung and old in fact for ere
rybody. It shows up every quack, swiudler.
humbug, ctc in the 'Rogue's Corner, and is a
money-saving paper for every man, woman
and child. L. Fraught Co.havejustflnished a
superb, full, genuine Chromo, expressly forev
erv subscriber to the Banner, a Derfect beautv
entitled 'A Bouquet of Autumn Leaaes,'whlch
coior,Einc,snaues ana artistic mens nas ncv
been equalled. This leadintr home paper is
only $1 a year. Chromo sent free. Agents arc
waniea everywnere. subscriptions sens uirecc
si a year, 3 months 15 cents; specimens 6 cents.
Address StarSpangled Banner, Hinsdale, X.H,
To all who are In need of paper, en
velopes, fec, plain or fancy, we would
state, that we have a good assortment
on hands, and are fitting up the room
back of the Post Ofllce, where samples
of our stock can be seen. The best
brands of Cap, Legal Cap, Fools CapJ
Note Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads'
Note and Letter Paper, always on hands
Envelopes of all styles and colors. Our
paper and envelopes are of the best
quality, and will be sold at the very
lowest figures. Persons wishing to have
their cards printed on their envelopes,
or letter heads. :an have it done at lit
tle expense, please remember that all
kinds of Stationery can be had at
liolesale or retail.
Sixth Judicial District
At a mcetinir of the undersigned Judces of
the Court of Common P!eas of the Sixth Jnrii.
cial District or Ohio, it is ordered that the sev
eral terms of the Court ol Common Pleas and
District Court wituin and lor said District Tor
the year 1873, be held at the times following:
Ashland County April 8. Sept 15, Dec 8.
Richland " Feb. 1", Aug. 11, Nov. 17.
Morrow " Feb.3. Allg.4, Oct-SO.
Licking " .lan.su, Auril 8, Oct. SO.
Knox " Fell. Ill, May 5, Oct, 50,
Delaware March 83. Sept, t, Nov. 25.
Wnyno March 111, Aug. 4, Nov. 21.
Holmes " Jan. 20, AprilH. Sept 1.
Coshocton " Feb. II, April ill, Oct. 21.
Iielaware County . .
Ashland County. ...
Holmes County ... :
Licking County ..
. ..June Dili
Knox ijuniy .
II. Dlltl.A.M, ', ,
I'll AS. FOI.I.KTT, 3"E?.
JOHN' AOAM. J
The foregoing is il true copy of the order on
flic in this oOU-e.
In Testimony Whereof, I have hcrenntosub-Fi-riln-d
my name and nlUxvil Ihesral
seal or said Court utMiIlerliurir. this -Ith
day of November, A . 1. ikm.
Clerk or the Court or Ilulme Cuiiutv.
Nov. 14, 1SW-13IV4.
Millersburg Maket. Nov. 21, 1872.
FLOUR, a bbl. Retail,
WHEAT, White bush,
WHEAT, Red, bush,
CORN, per bush (new)
RYE. " - -BARLEY,"
OATS, new, bush.
CLOVER SEED. W bush-
TIMOTHY SEED, "
WHITE BEANS, "
HAY, W ton,
BUTTER- (In roll! lh.
SHOULDERS, a lh" -
II a via ii
DRIED APPLES, ft lb,
DRIED PEACHES. M lh
PARED PEACHES, "
RAGS, a lb. -FEATHERS.
SALT, w bbL retail, -
WOO Djier cord. -DRESSED
3 1X1(34 UU
Cleveland Money Market.
CLEVELAND, Nov. 21, 1872.
The following are the closinp rates of SDeeie
anu ijrtjvernmenc securities in tnis marKet
Silver large 103 ' 110
Silver small 105 109
Sixes of isa, coupons 116; HTjf
Kiic-Awvuura cuupufll 111 110
Five-Twenties (11) coupons 112X 113
five-Twenties (1865) coupons 112i
Five-Twenties (18C5'. couponsll4f
Five-Twenties (18671 couoonslisi:
Five-Twenties (18CS) coupons 115
Ten-Fortles ex. In. coupons 103
CLEVELAND, Nov. 21, 1872.
FLOUR White XXconntrv brands,8 25 3.50
ueu v.v s. amoer " 4,y8,uu
RedX, " " 7,00ttf7.50
WHEAT Xo.l Bed
CO EX Shelled
Ears, on track
OATS No. 1 State
OKK So. 1 Mess
o. S Mess
LARD City rendered, in kegs,
SMOKED MEATS Hams ....
DRESSED HOGS Extra nice
BUTTER Choice roll 23cffl2So
ClIEESE Prime 14(iS15
.uiil r resh 23c(a30c
APPLES Green, per hbl S,00S.Zi
SALT Onoudago and Saginaw, flue,
PITTSBURG, Nov. 21, 1872.
wnEAT Amber l,70al.7S
CORN In ear 4Sa50
ilea inter i.ujai.i5
LOUR White Wheat 7,50a 7.E5
Rod Wheat 8,85
cotts aieal per bu 55aB)c
BUTTER Fresh Roll 20a25c
AJIS Suear Cured
New York Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 21, 1872.
Red amber .
ARE YOU COINC WEST!
If so. take our advice, and nnrchase von
tickets over the old reliable and nouular Mis- I
souri 1'aciflc Railroad, which is positiqely, the j
onlv Line tbat runs three Dailv Kxiiress I
Trains from St. Louis to Kansas City and the
West! and is, positively, the only Line which
runs rullman's Talace Sleepers and fine Day I
Coaches (especially for movers) equipped with I
Miller's balety riatform and the patent Steam I
Brake, from St. Louis to Kansas Citr. Fort I
Scott, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchison, St. I
Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Bluffi and
Omaha without change. For information in I
regard to Time Tables, rates. Ac, to any point
in Missouri, Kansas, ctebraska, ColoradoTex
as and California, call on or address S H.I
lurnbus, Ohio; or, E. A. Ford, Gen'l Passenger
Agent, St. Louis, Mo. Ho trouble to answer I
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A GEXTLEMAK who suffered for vears
from Nervous Debility. Premature Decar,
and all the effects of youthful indiscretion will
for the sake of suffering humanity, send free!
to all who need it, the recipe and direction for
maklnsrthe simule remcdv bv which he was I
cure a. suuerers wisning 10 prone uy me aa
vertfser' experience can do so by addressing.
In nrfM(pnnfi.lnii .Iflll V CHZIi V V
in perfect confidence.
42 Cedar St, New York.
The advertiser, havinz been ncrmnentl v enr-
ed of that dread disease. Consumption, by a
simple remedy, is anxious to make known to
uia luuuw tiuuci vrs tuc menus 01 cure, j u jlii i
who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre-
scrip tion used, (free ofcharge), with the direc
tions for preparing and using the same, which
iney wiu una a turu cure lor tonsumpuon,
Asthma, Bronchitis, 4c
liKi I Pun nlrPeL. 1 1 1 1 lsnismirlr. i - 1 - I
How to Go West
This is an enquiry which every one should
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 money.
The 44 a, 1$. & Q. n.lL," running from Chica
go, through Galesbnrgto Burlington, and the
"I., 1$. & W. Route," running from In
oms inrougn liioomiugton w iuriingion, nave
achieved a splendid reputation in the two
years as the leading passenger routes to the
west. At liuiungton tney connect witn tuc is.
jji. u. iw auu lorra im
b great Uurlington
Route, which runs direct through .Southern
Iowa to Nebraska and Kansas, and with close
connections to Calilornia and the Territories.
Passengers starting from Holmes county onl
.v westward, cannot do better tnan to I
take the Burlington Route. This line has pub-
shed a pamphlet called IIowto Go West "
which contain much valuable information: a
large correct map of the Great West, which
can be obtained free of charge by addressing
tne uencrat ras&enger Agent, ot. su. it. iu,
Notody Else Has Them.
The BEST Lantern for burninsr Coal Oil ever
mane, it is saie, uon-i smoae or smeii, ami i
will do fora house lamp.
ritOM HOP. ACE G REE LEW
Chappaqua,N. Oct.M, 1872.
Dear Sir: Your favor is iust received. Mr
wife is dead. The cabbage is ready to pull and
the residential election near at hand, but I
will tale time to say that the Chicago Tubular
lantern is tne itesi ianicrn in use.
Your, etc., GitUttLUi.
THOU GEXERAL OR A XT.
Washington, D. C, October 1, 1872.
Dear Sir-Put me down for a dozen Tubular
Lanterns. Thev arc the onlv ones 1 ever saw
worth a darn. My friends at Long Branch all
use them, and I would not be without them one
winter for all the pretzels that Horace Greciey
rais.es. Introduce them freely In the neighlor-
hood ofXapoleon In your county. Light is
needed there. I'll pay my respects toGratz
Brown In a few days.
lour?, iraiernaiiy, u.o. uibivi i.
FROM CHARLEY SQUIRTS.
Saint LouK Oct. Ifi, 1872.
Mister Bucher Stbor I tont care about ie
Lantern, but haf de stfre lielcef that jours
de best as ever vas. l)e dark lantern barty in
1851, not carry near so good a one, or uey not
issienut so soon.
Yours till Greciey ciecieu,
The alK)ve Lantern is for sale nt the
Millerslmrs.O, Oct. sa, 1871. lltf
NOT AR I AL,
rpiIE undersigned will wrilo with neatness,
Powers of Attornoy, Liens, and
Take acknowledgments of the same;
Protests Jfotes, Drafts ami Hills of
Alakeout l'artial and Final Accounts for Ad
ministrators, Kxerutnrs nnd (luunllans,
for filing and settling estates lu
the TrobatQ Court.
Jsu. O. BETiTi, Notary Public,
Oulee over ng,Urown & Co's llank, Millers
burg, O- lvl
IF YOU WANT
Look Through Ono of tho
Most Extensive Stocks
In tho United States,
(tor Om MaifacliG !
No ltma- stairs to climb, as we hare Two
Steam Elevators, one for carrying our custom
and one for handling Furniture. So it is
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
ofthelicst Italian and American Marble, al-
- aj a uu uuuu, aim abi ucrtcui. icas uitui
tne same can oe oougnt ot any trav
All Materials Warranted iTo. 1
Shop on Main Street, 1 door west of Uhler
Sold Cheaper Than
JAS. CURRY & SOUS,
Corner of Buckeye and North Streets,
JAS. CURRY & SONS,
n a -i u t
BUI I CI NO I
8 1..-. V .. J .. !
Repair All Kinds of Machi
nery, Manufacture Cast
Iron Fences, Plows,
When you have Repairing to do, you will save
money Dy caiung aiuurrys rounury.
Currv's can't be undersold in Lum-
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Lath,
Shingles, ifcc., fcc.
Hurrah ! Hurrah I I
CASH.' CASH!! CASH'Hl
THE FIRM OP
JOHN SPENCER & SOUS,
Paint Valley, Ohio.
Will, on and after the 1st day of October, 1872,
goods exclusively for the ready pay. By
doing, we are enable.! to sell from 5 to su per
doing, we are pnauieu to sen iromo i
:ent. less than on the old system of Ions
cenc. less tuanou I ileum system vi iubx creuiu
Wc keep a full line of goods such as is usual.
kept in a flrst-claas country Sttore. Such as
Dry Goods, Groceries, 7ardware,
ljueenswarc, .Boots te blioes,
ats & Caps, Ready Made
Clothing,for Men fc 15oys.
We demonstrate nractlcallv. We will sell
Sugar for 13 cts. per pound, and other grades
1 n ni wine jirown jiusun lorni uy me uoiu
All wool tircs nanneis tor 4uc per y am.
t ine nan no l suirtinir in aoumiancc.
A line assortment of Shoulder and double
Good Kip Boots Tor fX
n umtrns tan enoes ior i.u.
And other thirurt low accordinelr.
Come one and all and bo conUncedthat It
uavs to buv vour roods from those that sell ex
All kinds of Produce taken In exchange for
food at thehiEliCft Cah prices.
we win mv lumi ior nu Kinks ot rrouucei
xeept uruiu. Apple- a rotatoe.
We rrspci'ttully solicit a good share of the
nubile natronaire'in the future ns in the oast.
.tmiv wpi'vi-vw inv
Paint Valley, O, Oct. . Ti
Slivevo Ta.il oi Shop.
W. 0. FLIM,
lias removed Kast of Depot, where he witt
CUT aAIlMKNTS ON SHOUT NOTICE.
Everr article warranted to lit and give en
tiresatUIaclion -W. O. FTiTTTO",
MaylH-SStf. Wayne Co. Ohio.
And Most Perfect Machine Made in
And one that will make
Bntton-lloles and Do Over-seaming,
coirniKEB ix oxs.
THE SEWINC MACHINE,
all machines, when first made, and
- 1 did the work for which they were intended,
I as rude, uncouth and Imperfect, but the
j Yentive genius of man, stimulated by protec
tion, has not only improved them, but the
having the advantage of the defects and Im
perfections of the first, hare devised and orig
inated new ones, that are altogether lxttrt nor
timplljied, mater and chtaper, so that we
present to you a machine that, at a glance,
would pronounce perfect, At all events
I will do work superior to hand work, either
neatness, durability and beauty. This we
American Sewing Machine.
Which will do all work that is done by
Sewing Machine, and besides, simple and plain
not hard to understand, easy to run, (either
account of their mechanical construction,
not being complicated, or both, seldom or nev
j er out of order, and will last a lifetime.
The Splendid Mechanism
Of this machine, and the snDerlor still, work
manship and materials employed in Its con
struction, are a guaranty of accuracy, strength
! and durability, and runs with such ease that
makes a woman laugh.
The shuttle, riding in Its carrier. Is subject
io no wear, anu me inciion ox a "race"
avoided. The tensions admit or such nice ad
justment, and with such ease and certainty,
that one of the irreat difficulties met with
ordinary machines is entirely avoided. The
feed is adjustable, so that it will work with
equal lacimy eitner ugnt or neavy gootis,
This being comparatively a new machine
nei-bons would natnrallr be a little snsnlclous
of buying a machine tbey knew but little about
dui oj" reiernng to ice louowingnamea per
sons who have these machines In use, yon can
do ueiier sausneu;
Miss Ann MiUhouse,
Mrs. T. B. Moore,
Mrs. E, Gi Saunders,
" George Kahler,
" J. McElroy,
' J. Carpenter,
' ju .v.jsrown,
" James Martin,
a. ii. r rey,
tt. F. Calhoun,
Miss Louisa Korns,
31 rs. Elder Sharp,
" John llanna,
" Joseph Axe,
" John Stlffler,
" II. S. Weston,
Miss H us ted,
Mrs. Robert Karr,
" G. U. Parkinson,
" Wm. Weaver,
" It. Seedel,
" M. G. White,
Mrs. J. Cary,
" W. Harris,
Miss J. Harter,
" S. E. Williams,
" C. Crawford, Jr.,
" J. I'uillips,
" A. Inirles.
" AV. J. Courtney,
" J. C Duncan,
" Jos. Achemire,
" James Murrr,
I Mrs. G. Evans,
" Wrrw Johnston.
I Mrs.CS. Terry,
" ii. ii unman,
" II. Martin,
" S.J. Wiler.
Mrs. Thomas Barnes,
G. W. Mitchel,
(Inn evfilp.ntm nl thfiir worth Is tho inrrMs
I tuat atten(l3 them, wherever they go. Other
I injirriinM Iiavr enrnftl n rfnn tat Inn find on
their reputation, (and are entitled to it) but the
world is wide and we want a reputation too,
and arc willing to work for it, and that is what
we are after to-day.
We warrant these machines to be what thev
are represented, and if you will try them, you
will And they will suit you.
J. CT. HULL. Agent.
These machines can be seen at the new room
nearly opposite the Post Office, Millersburg
u., wnere aiso can nc seen me
I Which comes C heaver, and rives satisfaction,
I Call and see them. Prices ranging from 45
Sewinir machine attachments, needles and
i on Jtepc on nanu
IXlU l! XUV. P.lWiV.
Boot and Shoe Store.
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
And at Prices to suit Ev
I We take pWasure in saving to onr customers
in we nave m.
J2V THIS PLACE,
And can suit you in prices and quality.
JJfeji'., liot's and Youth's
Women's, Misses' and Chil
dren's Shoes sv Hatters,
That will not be undersold.
Come and see before purchasing.
200 Sides Prime Sole
Shoemaker's Tools and
The very cheapest in this place.
Jgy-Ulve us acall and we will do you good.
r A. SHRIMPLIN.
JDI RECEIVED AT
IDLER & MCDOWELL'S,
Millersburg, 0 Sept. 10, IS72.
ALL & WINTER STYLES
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FULL LISE OF
FALL AND WINTER
All New Styles. Call and See Them.
SOMETHING NEiV IXJ
HAIR CURLS, c.
Something Very Nice
Gold and Black Wristlets, Neck Chains of s
Also. Ladies' Lace Collars. Fancy Bows, and
something new in a Neck Tie for Ladies.
CALL IX SOOX, ASD SEE
October 30, isra.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
rpiIE subscriber Is prepared to fill order or
J all kinds is his line with promptness ani
dispatch, lie keeps constantly on hand
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE
From the cheapest quality to the finest, a lit
tle cheaper than the same article can be pro
cured elsewhere. A splendid article of
Kept constantly on hand.
SS-REPAIRING Neatlr Done on short
Special attention given to the business of
Metallic Exrelsior and Walnut Conns kept
constantly on hand. Conns manufactured to
order. Two good Hearses Kept constantly Is
readiness to attena caiu.
IMITATION HAIR GOODS.
SWITCHES, HAIR ROLLS,
Chignons, Era ids, Cc.
LATEST STYLES I
Very CHEAP for CASH at the
Lidiea Call and See Them. New Gooda
And New Styles.
DAILY RECEIVING I
Call and see them before buying elsewhere.
If Gib I