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Holmes County Republican
Milleksbukg, O., : : Dec. 26, 1872.
Notice to Subscribers.
Subscriber can always tell how their sub
cription account stands, by looking at the
figures alter their names on the address label
pasted on toe margin 01 toe paper. Those fig
ures show the exact date to Which fmliMl-intinn
has been paid. There may possibly be some
minuses 111 mo uaies. ji so onr snuscnoers
mu please let ns xnowTriiattner are.
Change in Mail Time.
On and after Priday, Xovember.let.
the mall going Xorth will close at 10 ii.
-aC-Jt; ', All letters for that mail .must be
ln.by that time. Stall going South will
'close at 3 p. m.
T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
The Bergin House.
' When you go to Jit. Vernon be sure
and stop at the Bergin House, if you
wish to put up at the best hotel. Messrs.
McBride & Son have refitted the estab
lishment and travellers ivill find every-
thinjf comfortaWe and cozy.
For the past few days there has been
good sleighing, and our people take ad
TitntagE of It, and come to town to do
thelrtradlng. Business has been quite
briti Jnuch more so than for several
,'neK,past. On Sunday night a slight
mow. fell which made the sleighing
The.b6ys have hail a splendid Jime
sliding down hill for several days past.
The snow and ice on the ground could
nbtbe'In better condition for that than
at the -present. There is danger at
tending this sport, which should be
carefully guarded against. Boys should
be careful In crossing streets with their
sleds In such rapid motion. There Is
danger in running into teams passing
along. The streets should not he used
for this purpose.
The Methodist Fair and Festival.
.On 'Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
evenings oi last weqjc tne ladies or tne
M..E. church held their annual Fair and
Festival in the Lecture room of their
new church. They had a very fine
showing of fancy' and useful articles
for sale, nearly all of which they suc
ceeded In selling. Their supper tables
were full nearly all the time. Every
thing was gotten tip In good style as
only ladles know how. A general good
time was experienced by all in attend
ance. The proceeds amounted to about
$328. They will have between $290 and
$300 clear of expenses. We are glad to
know that they have but few articles,
If any, to carry over till another year
all being sold.
Burning Lamps all Night.
,Many jpersons In this vicinity, says
theErie Obtener, indulge in the danger
ous habit of leaving coal oil lamps
burning low all night. The resulting
rlskis.two-fold. First, when a lamp is
turned down a deadly gas eyol vef , from
the inhalation of which death has re
sulted, in a number of Instances, and,
second, when the oil is burned out gas
forms in the empty chamber, and the
danger of Its catching fire is Imminent.
Many persons in this vicinity indulge
in the same practice. Whether the
danger- from burglars is greater than
the danger from fire, is a question for
the Interested parties themselves to decide.
Not at all Strange.
Some of our exchanges are publish
ing as a curious item the following
"A horse in Iowa pulled the plug out
of the Dungholedf a barrel for the pur
pose of; slaking his thirst."
We do.not see anything extraordinary
in the Occurrence. Now, if the horse
had pulled the barrel out of the bung
hole, and slacked .its thirst with the
plug, or if the barrel had pulled the
bunghdle out of the plug, and slacked
its thfist with the horse, or if the plug
had pulled the horse out of the barrel,
and 'slacked its thirst with the bung
hole";';or if the bung-hole had pulled
thfe thirst out of the horse, and slacked
the plug with the barrel ; or if the bar
rel had pulled the horse out oi the
bung-hole, and plugged its thirst with
a slake, it might be worth while to
make some fuss over it. Ex.
Railroad Celebration at Centerburgh.
We learn through the Mt. Vernon
Banner that there was a crand celebra
tion at Centerburgh, Knox Co. on the
occasion of the completion of the C.
Mt. V. & C. B. R. to that point, thir
teen miles south west of Mt. Vernon,
on Monday evening, the ICth, inst. A
special train left Mt. Vernon at 3 o'clock
under the direction of Conductor Han
egan, carrying quite a number of the
Mt. Vernon folks with other invited
guests. The track has been newly laid
and was not yet all ballasted. The citi
zens of the village and surrounding
country iwelcomed them by firing a
small canon. In the evening a grand
supper- gotten up by direction of the
people of Centerburgh and vicinity,
was served up at the American House.
After the feast was over, they adjourn
ed to the Town Hall where they listen
ed to several speeches by a Mr. Xorton
L. Harper and W. T. Bascom. The
track for a new one is In good order,
and has. been well laid, and with the
exception of a few slight curves, is al
most a bee line. The work on this road
Is being pushed forward with all possi
ble speed, and it will not be long till
our own town of Millersbnrg will have
direct communication with Columbus.
The question has often been asked by
those interested, "Can I have my gray
hair restored to Its natural color, with
out coloring the skin ? and can my thin
locks be thickened up?" We answer.
"It can;" and would advise you to
read a treatise on the hair,which is pub-
iisnea Dy ii. r.il.ill suo., jNasliu:i,x.il.
who send it free, upon application,
They are the proprietors oi Hall's Veg
etable Sicilian Hair Rcnewer. We
learn from It, the hair, in a perfect state
of health, Is constantly falling out, and
new hairs grow from the same tubes;
but. In case of anv disease of the scalp.
or by the nse of alcohlic pnprations,the
hair-tube becomes contracted at Its
mouth, and prevents the new follicle
irom reacmng tne surlace. Their per
paration will create a perfectly hcrlthv
condition of the scalp, and by its tonic
properties, win preserve anu strengtn
en the roots of the hair. Statesman,
. i . . . r
OFFICE OF M. CO.,
Dec. 26, 1872.
Xotlce is hereby given to the stock
holders 111 the Millersbiinr Mai-liinn
Company, that the annual meeting for
tne eiecuoii ui iircvwrs ior tne ensu
Ine year, will be held at the Comnanv'a
Otiice, in Millersburg.on the Cth dayof
January, ibJ, ntiuo ciock, a. m.
By order of the Directors.
H. ROBINSON, Sec'y.
Howe Sewing Machine.
The Improved Ellas Howe Sewing
Machine is able to- speak for itself, and
requires no pufiug, to induce people to
purchase. Its qualities are excellent,
and it cannot be surpassed by airy other
jilacnine in use. rorsircngui, tiurami
Ity and variety of work it has no su
perior. J. W. Smith is the agent now
ior tnis county, uis ouicc is in .1.
Corbus fc Co's. Hat Store.
Roll of Honor.
The close of this month also closes
the first term of our school session. The
schools have now been in progress just
four month;, and in this report we pro
pose to give a summary of the attend
ance, during the whole term. This is
the first time that such a report has
been offered, and it is published under
the impression that it will be a matter
of interest to parents and friends to
know the general footing np. Although
the report is far from what we would
desire; yet we are glad to be able to say
that it compares favorably with those
of similar schools in other parts of the
state; and we hope to show, In the fu
ture, a steady progress toward perfec
Hon. Parents are very earnestly re
quested to cooperate with us; as much
depends on their prompt and encour
aging assistance. The following Is the
Boil of Honor for the past month, that
Is, of those who were present everj day.
one asterisk annexed shows the scholar
to have a grade of one hundred per
cent, in his recitations during the
month, two asterisks show the scholar
to have been present every day during
the whole term, and three asterisks
show it to have been always present
and also to have had a grade of one
hundred per cent, during the whole
term. Such scholars are worthy of
W. J. Gibson,
Thomas Frazer, ' Gilbert Anderson,
Annie Day, Jennie Vorwerk,
Lucy Beegle, Nora Eeed.
Edward Beegle, Hattie
JohnUarton, Alvah Miller,
Jlclvin vt oleamot. Eddie Brown.
Theodore Heinig, Uerby Caskey,
Willie Bell. Georse Schnorr.
Mag.Corborand, Elzy Gary,
uaviu Anderson, Ida alr,
Willie Hose. Willie Newton.
Lucy Kimmerer, Eddie Huston,
Charlie Welt man, Louisa Leppla,
Fred Beegle, Preston Ingles,
t lora urr,"
Mollie Courtney Lucy Ahlborn,
Aaron atuDcr," jsua iay,
isusn spencer, Lizzie Hecker.
John Wolgamot, Mary Moore,
unaney ueecner, Anna Marciiant,
LIda Corborand, Ella Miller,
Charlie Henderson.Hallte Caskey,
Hattie Xewton, Uhler McDowell,
Minnie Emerson, Martha Ross,
Willie Moore, Abble Henderson,
Maggie Siegle, Fred Shattuck,
Ela Henderson, Louisa Siezle.
John Uhl, Katie Henderson,
Anna Fritz, Willie Leppla,
Lilly Hannah, Bols Beard.
Phillip Leppla, Lizzie Lowther,
Shammie Day, Bessle'Mayers,
The following, during the past month,
received one hundred per cent, but
were not always present:
. Dora Lisle,
A. W. Gray.
A. P. Happcr,
GENERAL POOTING-UP OF ATTENDANCE.
Whole number of cases of Ab
Whole number of case3 of tar
Whole number of cases of min
Average Daily Attendance,
Whole number enrolled,
Per cent of Daily Attendance,
CHAS. LOUIS LOOS, Supt.
E. Barton & Co. have closed their
business in this place, Dec. oth, and
Ed. has gone back to the old firm In
Six Splendid Chromos for Every
Arrangements have been made by
which we can offer a year's subscription
the Xew York Christian at Work and
Eclectic Weekly, with their six magnif
icent Chromos: "Good .Morning."
pCarlo iu Mischief," "Spring Flowers,"
"Summer lowers," and "Asleep anu
Awake," togetner witn our own jour
As the Chromos alone are worth from
$10,00 to $15,00, and as the Xew York
publication is every way first-class, it
presents an unusual opportunity to our
subscribers. The Chromos are made by
Prang and other celebrated artists, and
win De lorwaraeu promptly Dy man
Should any oi our suoscnocrs desire
only the two first named Chromos, they
will be sent witu tne two publications
Remit to the publishers of this paper.
nail the people's Photographer, tf
Beautiful candy toys in great va
riety at G..Schnorr's. 18w2
-Mezzotint pictures at Hall's Gal
Everything you can think of In the
grocery or toy line at Geo. Schnorr's.
Weston & Frazer opposite Post Of
fice have Little Emmas and Rosedalis.
OFFICE OF M. COMPANY.
December 19, 1872.
All persons having unsettled accounts
with the Millersbnrg Machine Company
are earnestly requested to call at'the
Company's office, In Millersburg, and
make settlement. Also, those knowing
themselves to be Indebted to the Com
pany, either by note" or book account,
will please call and pay; otherwise
their notes and accounts will be left
with the proper officers for collection,
as money must be had.
H. ROBINSON, Sec.
Crayon pictures at Hall's Gallery, tf
A, large lot of fresh baked cake
and toys for the holidays, at Vogel's. 2w
Children's eyes sparkle when they
go Into Schnorr's and see the large as
sortment of beautiful toys. 18w2
Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery.
Chapped hands, face, rough skin,
pimples, ring worm,, salt-rheum, and
other cutaneous 'affections cured, and
the skin made soft and smooth, by .using
the Juniper Tar Soap, made by Caswell,
Hazard & Co., Xew York. Be certain
to get the Juniper 'far Soap, as there arc
many worthless imitations made with
common tar. lCmo3,
Cleveland Money Market.
CLEVELAND, Dec. 24, 1872.
The following are the closing rates of Specie
aim uoverumcnt securities in mis uiarsci;
2?" ,. '
""'ti mrKC ilia
Silver small 105
Sixes of 1H81, coupons 1171
Five-Tnentlcs (1KB) coupons 112U
Five-Twenties (1W1) couhus 11SV
Five-Tvfentics (ISGOcouiipns ua5
Five-Twenties (1W- rouuouxllii:
Five-Twenties (18GS) coupons 115
Ten-Forties ex. in. coupons 1U9
IN TOWN AND OUT.
A merry Christmas and happy Xew
a ear to an our readers.
Fair and Festival to-night Wed
nesday in Town Hall. Let everybody
We go to press on Tuesday this week
In order to get our paper off before
A downward tendency buckwheat
cases ana tnermometors.
Henfluenza is what thev call the
ucn tuiceu ui&ease.
A new band has been organized in
onreve unuer very favorable auspices.
Choice clears and candles, at Vo-
gei-s eatery. i2tr
Large quantitlos of lee are beine
The "beautiful snow" makes rather
"CatelipsU cataracts" is what the
cats are dying wiui now.
The pay and mileage of Ohio "Elec
tors amounted to f 74G,3C.
Killing hogs has been the dutiful
employment of many of our citizens
me past wees.
Leap year has made its last lean
almost, and yet so many pretty girls
not marrieu. lot o is coming.
If Heaven helDS those who heln
themselves, how well thieves must ret
A pet rattlesnake Is one of the cu
riosities of the Pittsburgh fire-alarm
A Waterloo soldier in Vermont aged.
ninety-five lately married and entered
on nis last campaign.
The man who can't afford to take a
newspaper paid three dollars for another,
Away they go over the fleeev'snow
while moonbeams sparkle round we
mean inose wno nave Horses and sleighs,
The cold, dry weather of the past
two weens nas nau a serious effect in
diminishing coal and wood piles, as well
as pocrac dooks.
Rev. Ira C Blilinan. formerlv of
cosier, nas oeeu tnrowmg not shot at
the gamblers and lottery dealers of
Bishop Mcllvainc has reconsidered
his determination to return home from
England this season, and has concluded
to remain abroad during the winter.
A young printer has come to town.
He is boarding with Mr. D. G. Xewton,
ana win go 10 wont in me j-arnier omce
as soon as lie gets a little stronger.
Boy presents a dollar bill In a Hart
ford bakeshop. Little girl, who is act
ing cniei cicric: -jiy ratner is very
perpendicular about taking torn bills.
A fond husband boasted to a friend :
Tom, the old woman came near call
ing me honey last night." She said,
-wen, oiu Ateeswax, come to supper."
On account of the Fair aiid Festi
vals In preparation and progress last
weeK.uie lecture by Kev. n . J. Sliarpe,
on Friday evening postponed
until alter me uonuaj-s.
Our young Seminary students.
.Messrs. Henry L. Jlayers and E. D.
Campbell are now at home spending a
short vacation with their friends in Mil
Wm.Galllon and Moses Lantumon
Saturday week' caught one fox, two
coons anu tnree rabbits an in one bole.
This is rather singular, but true never
theless. Sunday morning the mercury stood
14 degrees below zero. Where the
wind had a fair sweep on the thermom
eter out of doors, the mercury went
down to 17 degrees. Many persons had
tneir plants trozen.
The Xew York Tribune has been
sold to Mr. Wm. Orton, of Xew York.
Is supposed that Mr. Greeley's policy
will be abandoned in the future; cer
tainly so if Schuyler Colfax becomes Its
A couple of bovt rot badlv hurt
the other day by riding down hill head
foremost. They were unable to stop the
sled until it ran Into a fence and hurt
them badly. Boys should be very care
ful as they might get killed or very
badly injured in that kind of sport.
Improve the present onnortunltv to
your ice houses. Many persons pre
dict that we will have a break-up about
the first of the year, and if it gets start
ed raining we will not have sufficient
cold weather afterwards to make good
Ice. Then improve your present on-
Each column of a newspaper con
tains many thousand distinct pieces of
metai, anu the displacement or any one
would cause a typographical error.
people are happy for a whole day
they are smart enough to discover an
error In a newspaper, and think thev
could have done better spelling than
mat on tue uook.
The remains of Mr. Robert Gor-
sueh, a former resident of Ripley town
ship, Holmes county, were brought to
piace on Auursuay last, and on
Friday were interred in the Moorehead
Cemetery, three miles south of this
place. The deceased removed to the
north-eastern portion of this (Wayne)
county, iu the vicinity of Dalton. sev
eral years since, where he died. Slime
The only scientific, rational and suc
cessful mode of treating Catarrh in the
head, that has been devised, consists in
applying Dr. Sage's Cartarrii Remedy
with Dr. Pcarces Xasal Douche (the
only method of reaching the upper
chambers of the nose) and taking Dr.
Pierce's Uolded Medical Discovery as
Constitutional - treatment. To tills
thorough course of treatment the dis
ease yields as surely as lire is extin
guished by water. The Douche and two
medicines tor $2 by all druggists. O'Jl
Holiday toys at Vogel's. . 12tf
Hall the people's Photographer, tf
Fine soap, lemon and vanilla ex
tracts at Vogel's. 18w2
If you don't believe It go to Geo.
Schnorr's and see for yourself. 18w2
All kind of pictures at Hall's gal
Ladies' lunch Room opposite Post-
ofllca. Xice clean lunch at all hours.
The best brands of oysters at
Dinner and lunch at any hour of
day at Larimer's. w2
Always something new and pice at
Weston & Frazer, opposite Post office.
Splendid candles of all kinds at G.
The purest . and sweetest cotl liver
OH Is Hazard 4r Caswell's' made oft the
sea shore,-from fresh, selected livers, by
Caswell) Hazard & Co., Xew York. It
absolutely pure and ticeel. 1'atlents
who have once taken prefer Ittoothers.
Physicians have decided It superior to
any of the other oils in market. 10mo3
Shadow pictures at Hall's Gallery.
Fresh taffcy and butter scotch made
every day at Vogel's. 18w2
Cameo pictures at nail's Gallery.
For the Holidays.
A fine assortment of Picture Frames
at Courtney & Appleton's. 17w3
Baltimore oysters II. & M.
We furnish Envelops with a Busi
ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as
the blank envelopes can be purchased
Look to your Interest. If you want a
Sewing Machine go to the Messrs. Hull's
new room, nearly opposite the Post Of
fice, and get a good one, one that is easy
to operate and easy to run. The cheap
ettand bett machine In the world nev
er out of order, and Is universally liked
wherever known, and one that will last
Go to Vogel's for your holiday can
Fora good trunk or satchel, go to
Isaac .Marx. IJtf
Thirty young men and ladies to learn
leiegrapmng, to nil positions at goou
salary. Address, witn stamp, j. 1
ABERXETHY, Sup't Tel., Akron, O.
Oysters set up in tlfc best style at
For anything in the Clothing line
you can buy it lor cash cheaper than
the cheapest, at tne Uuited 'States CIo-
tmng store, wmcn beats, ail competi
tion. Don't forget the place, and call
at the old United btates doming atore.
Saves fuel, keeps out spot, wind,suqw
and rain and adds to comforC -To-be
had of E. H. Hull & Son at their Sew
ing Machine room opposite: "the Po:
-For nice fresh groceries go to J. P
For a go.oJ hat for 50 cents, go to
Isaac Marx. :' - ' " IStf
Having discontinned all sccond-clas:
stove3 fitted and sold under pretext ol
first-class. We now control the sales
ot the' Inland Empire Cook Stove
which acknowledged by. evlry- one to
be the handsomest stove that was ever
sold. It is the most e;onomieal on coal
gives mordheat with less coal or 'wood
than, any tber stove made. We pro
pose to make alft other stoves acknowl
edge their superior in the Inland Em
pjre.- boiupy voornesjjros., Jawa.-
A new lot of 'choice cigars just re
ceived at ogers. isw
For a good wliite. oriwoohansbirt.
go to the united states uiotning'swre;
To all, who lire. in. need of paper, en
velopes, &c, plain or fancy, we would
state, mat we nave; a gooa assortment
on bands, and are luting up tue room
back of the Post Office, where samples
of our stock can be seen. The be?
brands of Cap, Legal Cap, Fools Cap
iote iieaus, liiu ueaus, setter Heads'
Xote and Letter Paper, always 011 hands
Envelopes of .-all styles and colors. Our
paper and envelopes aro" of the best
quality, ana. win oe soiu at tne very
lowest figures. Pcrsons-wishtngto have
their cards printed on their envelopes,
or letter heads. !anx hav.e It done at lit
tle expense. I'lease remember mat all
kinds of Stationery can - be had at
wholesale or retail.
If von- want to buy a nicestylish
suit, go to Isaac 'Marx, and get a bar
gain. , 1311
See our new advertisement for the
Holidays. L. Mayers,
For the Holidays.
Chromos, Albums, Stereoscopes and
Stereoscopic views at Courtney &'Ap-
High Daddy Chewing Tobacco:
poor man s comiort: ricn man s soiace,
Sold at SOcts. per lb. by Weston & Fra
zer, opposite Post office. 13w5 -
The Old United States Clothing Store
Is the place to buy your Fall and
Winter Clothing,- at theold-prices.'not-
withstanding the steady advance in
wool. I bought my goods on condl
tions, allowing me to still sell at the
same low figures as heretofore, lou
ill find the largest and best assort
ment ever brought to this market, and
you will .find it to vour advantage to
call and examine mytock'before buy
ing clscwliere. Come one and all, to
ISAAC J1ARX s,
tf. U. S. Clothing Store.
Xew style pictures at Hall's gallery
For cocoanutsi currants, raisins, fine
candies, &c, go to Geo. Schnorr's. 1Sv2
The best Prints at 10 cts. per yard
from this date, Dec. 11. until further no
tice, at L. Mayers'. . 17tf
Don't you Want
nice Photograph for a Christmas
Present. Courtney & Appleton can
make it for you. 17w3
. 1 f '
For a good lined or unlincd wamus,
go to Isaac Marx. 13tf
New Rag Carpet for Sale.
The Ladies, of the Presbyterian
church have.2S'yards of new' 'Rag Car
pet for sale. It can be purchased bv
calling on the'Ladies of ' the Society.
' " j
Fresh' arrival of choice candies and
holiday toysat-Vpgel!s. , J2tf
For a good lined or unliiied blouse.
go to Isaac Marx. " " 13tf
Messrs. Taylor & Sharp have just re
ceived, in connection with a large stock
of new furniture, a very handsome new
Hearse and a good supply of coffins.
Th'cy are now prepared to attend to all
business in tne Undertaker's line. Alio
nearse is very neatly and substantially
gotten up, and the coffins are such as to
give- goou satisiaction.' nicy request
us to say that all business entrusted to
them will be promptly and satisfactori
ly attended to. They" 'arc likewise Or
dering furniture (jvcry few days, and
can supply all on short notice. Give
them a call. 52tf
If you want to buy a good pair of
pants and vest, at $4, go to, Isaac
Corn fed oysters at G. Schnorr's. 2w
For the Holidays.
Solnething uice'at Courtney &Ap-
pleton's. Call and see. 17v3
The best quality of stock-and fine
candies for the holidays, at Vogel's. 2w
For a good Overcoat, at $8, go to
Isaac Mark. 13tf
rBuv the Improved Eiias Howe Sew-
gMachlne,' if. 'youwaut a'servlceable
machine ap'd one that will do tlie grcat-
X variety 01 worK. u. i .?imui, .ieiu.
The Catholics of Millersburg have
rented, for a temporary chapel, the hall
belonging to Mr. Mulvane, over the Ri
PUBUCAX office. ,Oii.the Ias$ Sunday of
the year, December ::ytn, tne clergy
man, residing at Cal moil tier will have
service in It. Service will commence at
10 o'clock a.m. . - -v , .
For the nicest and finest lot of
Gents' Furnishing Goods ever brought
to this market, go to the United States
Clothing store. 13tf
India Ink pictures at Hall's Gal
Children's-toys, all kinds, at Geo.
The next session of the " Holmes
mence on jionilav, the lstli day oi
Autnist. 1873. and continue two weeks.
closing witli Saturday the 30th. We
promise to nave present, as good in
structors as can be procured in the State.
tuition 01 S2WH1 be cliarged all teach
ers attending the; full, or. any part''of
tue term, nope 10 see a 11111 tumour. 01
the teacners 01 tlolmes County ,at that
time: ' "Programmes' will be Tssuc'd arid
By order of Ex. Com.
1Sv3 E. J. DuEit, Chairman.
Candy-Toys for the Holidays just
received at Vogel's. 12tf
We know whereof we speak when
we say that Weston & Frazer, opposite
Post office, is the heft- place, to" get a
nice dish of good fat oysters, 11 good
warm meal, agood lunch, a good cup
of hot coffee, a nice mince or cranberry
pie and the best 3 cent cigar you ever
Wholf & Millhouse
Mrs. Whnlf and Miss Abbe Jlillliouc
having purchased tho .Millinery and
Fancy store of Mrs. Hoxworth & Wol
gamot, announce that they have just re
ceived a large stock of goods, and are
able to supply their cu.-.toiner,s with the
best of fcverythlng in that lino of busi
For your Christmas presents go to
Geo. Schnorr's. s;w2
On Tnesdar. Oct-SSJ. 1872. Mrs. Massv Charl
ton, wife of Air. Samuel Charlton, of Prairie
township. Holmes county, Ohio, in the 65th
year 01 ner age.
It can be truly said of her that she filled her
sphere in life wclL She was a tender mother
and affectionate wife and above all a humble
and consistent christian . She was married
Oct. 25th, A.D.18K, to Mr. Samuel Charlton
and spent with him a period of 45 years of hap
py wedded life. She united with the Presby
terian cbnrch of Uolmesrille, on profession of
her faith in Christ about ten years since, and
continued a laitlifnl member thereof until
death. Wc trust that she is now a member of
the General Assembly and Church of the first
bora la earcn. She exhibited remarkable
patience in her painful and protroctcd illness
Herendwas neace. She was aware of the ap
proach of death, and set her house in order
sho (aid, "I shall soon-be wen."
Her funeral services were attended by
large concourse of relatives and friends. They
were addressed from words chosen by herself,
And I heard a voice from Heaven saying.
unto me, write. Blessed are the dead which
die in the Lord from henceforth, yea, saith the
Spirit, that they mar rest from their labors,
and their works do follow them." Iter. 14, IS.
We then united in the solemn chant In words
of her selection:
"O. for an overcoming faith
To" cheer ut dying hours;
To triumph o'er the monster death
And all his frightful powers."
And she being dead thus speaketh.
Oct. 15th. nr T-hnit dvsentprv. Fhn?0r
the 'Oihjrearof his aze.
uiKuam. oi jionroe. near Jimerauurr. umo. in
He, was a farmer by occupation. Intelligent
anu loieresiea in ine saaini ui me country.
For thirty-years a rnllng cider, firs' t in the O.
SJ?resuytJlanjChurehj afterward of the Free
Prcsbvterlan Church. Ever in svmnathv with
thepeor and oppressed,' In twenty years Imme
diately preceding the war, while the "black
law" of- Ohio was in force, and later the Fugi
tive Slave Law oflS50, be. fed and sheltered, in
his home two hundred andj seventy men, wo
men and children, fleeing from the oppression
of theSoutluto an Asylum in Canada. -
He studied the word of God, and endeavored
to live in quiet devotion to its precepts and doc
trines. His last years were spent in connec
tion with United Tresbyterian Church of Mil
lerhurg.DurinK his painful iUness his com
fort and trust were in the atonenieht of Christ
onr Savio'tir, and,- at last; commending his
spirit to His care, he quietly fell asleep.
Dec. 24, 1872.
FLOUR, a bw, Retail, .
WHEAT, White "rt liuh
WHEAT. Red. WJilifh.
f3 60a9 0
COI1N. per bush (new)
RYE. " - -BARLEY."
- - .
OATS, new, hush.
CLOVER SEED, W bnsh,
TIMOTHY SEED, "
1-1 . -v- i.-1.-1 1 u
- 1 au
- IS 00
- . 25
WHITE BEANS. "
HAY, f ton,
BUTTER, (in roll) ijb.
HAMS. " ... -
SHOULDERS, IK, -TALLOW,
DRIED APPLES. 3a In,
DRIED PEACHES. lu
SALT, 5 buL retail, -
WOOD, per cord.
CLEVELAND, Dec. 24, 1872.
FLOUR White SXconntry brands.
ltcu a Ainoer
Red X, " "
WHEAT So. 1 Red
Xo. 2 "
Ears, on track
ATS Xo. 1 State
ORK No. 1 Mess
Ko.2 Mess .-
ARD City rendered, in tegs,
Country rendered "
SMOKED MEATS Haras
" Breakfast Bacon
' Dried Beef..;...
DRESSED HOGS-Extra nice
BUTTER Choice roll
" I rom car
APPLES Green, per bbl
" Dried, per lb
SEEDS Clover Seed
ALT OnonUago and Saginawt line.
PITTSBURG, Dec. 24, 1872.
CORN In ear
LOUIt White Wheat
. 7,50a 8,00
CORK MEAL per bit
AY per ton , . . . .
AMS S11 rar Cured
New York Market.
NEW YORK, Dec. 24. 1872.
LARD- .". '. ..
- IF YOU "
Want a cook,
Want a partner,
Want a situation,
Want a servant girl,
Want to sell a piano.
Want to sell a carriage.
Want to buy or sell a farm,
Want a lioarding place,
Want to sell town property,
Want to sell grdcories or drugs.
Want to sell household furniture.
Want to sell dry goods or carpets,
Want to find customers for anything.
ADVERTISE IS THE REPUBLICAN.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays, .
Advertising males success easy;
Advertising begets confidence.
Advertising shows energy.
Advertising shows pluck.
Advertising means lri.
Advertise or 'bust,'"
NEXT THIRTY DAYS!
"W- Jacobs fc Co's.
NICE JEWELRY STORE.
Fancy Holiday Presents
Can be purchased at n small margin. They
hate an extensive j-tock of
WATCHES Ai JEWELRY.
Fine GOLD WATCH K3 ami CHAIN'S for La -es
anl or such material as seldom is found
i rnnntrv .Inivolrv stort'!. nint tho miwt hiu
toiindinp feature connected HU the fact is
the amazingly low figures for uhlch thev in
tend to sell them for during the next Till KlTY
IAYss ThertaLcthft opportunity to thank
their eii-tomcrs for iat favor, (nhlch they
appreciate) ami hope to sen them all in the
neat thirtv da?, and as many others, who
lyMi to make a bargain In their goods.. Uhis U
Mow. What they say can be relied upon.
Wo do not ndvcrtKo with a desire to hoa
our customers with evorhitaut prices for infe
rior goods thTU tamisn neioro mey aro taken
All Is Not Gold That'Glittera
lie sure lo call on us before purcliAhlng clie-
86-Stoipon Main Street, Opposite the Kni-.leUou-i',
Sign of the Big Watch.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A CENTLEJIAX who suffered for years
from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay,
and all the effects or youthful indiscretion will
for the sake of suffering humanity, send free
to all who need it, the recipe and direction for
making the simple remedv by which he was
cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the ad
vertiser's experience can do so by addressing.
iu penect connaence. juua uuuiu,
29-lyr. Xo. Cedar St, New York.
The advertiser, bavin 17 been nrninrntlri-nr.
ed ofthat dread disea se. ConsumDtlon. bv a
simple remedy, is anxious to make known to
ntsiellow sufferers the means of cure. To all
Who desire it. he will send a rtosr of the n in
scription used, (free of charge), with the direc-
uvuiiui preparing aim using uie same, wjiica
they will find a sure cnrellor Consumption,
Asthma, Bronchitis, &c
Parties wishing the prescription will please
auoress, itisv. jsuv aku a. niuu.i,
15) 19S Penn Street, Williamsburg, Jf.Y.
IF YOU WANT
Look Through One of tho
Host Extensive StocEs I
In the United States,
Oar Own HanafaclurB !
Xo lone stairs to climb, as we hare Two
Steam Elevators, one for carrying our custom
ers ana one ior nanaiing t urmture. do u is no
iruuuie to iook at gwxis on ine upper uoors.
HART & MALONE,
103, 105 & 107 Water St., I
Factory 30, 32 & 34 St. Clair St,
A Nice Assortment of
Homunents & Tomli-Stones
thebest Italian and American Marble, al-l
ways on nana, ana biu percent, less tnan
the same can be bought of any trav
All Materials Warranted iVo. 1.
Shop on Main Street. 1 door west of Uhler &
Wholesale and Retail,
Sold Cheaper Than
JAS. CURRY5 & SONS,'
; . .',' niilii
Currj-'s can't be undersold in Lum-
Doors,. Sasli, Blinds, Lath,
Shingles, fec, &c.
C. JO. BEEGLE,
Plain tL Ornamental
Work warranteil. All ontcrs nroinntlv ex
ecuted. Order, to be left at .1. MITLVAX&VS
NOTICE is hereby given that Almira Ilera
ington, wife of John Kemlnrton,deceaed,
duly appointed administrator of the estate
John Itemlnffton. AH debts and claims will
nettled by the underslarned.
18W3 ALM1IIA It .31 1 N UTON.
FARM FOR SALE.
rpHE umlerbignrd, as executor of the last
. wui ami ics tarn en i oi nuitbiti' jiaa
ELL, deceaied, offers for sale a
FARM OF 170 ACRES,
Situated In Berlin iownshio. Holmes rmmtvJ
Ohio, about 3;; miles eastof Millersburg. on the
leading tVom Millersburg to Berlin. 95
acres under cultivation, and the balance, 13
acres, timber land. Timber rood, and In qunn-
aim tanuij i-it auaiit-u lur luniotsring
niriu3i:aiiu tvuruicuuu inrcu coal nas
icon lotiun uion iiiuurent pans oi ine p rem is.
hut never mined to anv extent. l'oMPtsUn
be Rlren April 1st. 1873.
Ipneil, at the lawofUreof Maxwell A Estill, or I
.Maxweii x iiroiners uioininsr store, sun.
Exerutor of Robert M axwkll lecea$el.
CITY BOOT & SHOE SHOP.
Would respectfully announce to the citizens of
Aiuicnuurgauu wciiiilv iuai uc nas purcuas-
ed Geo. Lechner'g Shoe bhop, and will continue
in me oia stana tne maumg ana repairing ot
BOOTS AND SHOES.
ZTe wishes all to sri re him a trial . as he feels
assured he can please his customers both in
Style ami Durability
REPAIRING done with neatness and Uis-
patcn. Fits warranted and satisfaction guar-
' Tei-ms-CASH I
FOR ALL WORK.
Millersburg, O. 4yl
We would respectfully inyite the attention of
me puDiic to eur
Osap One fie!
to rive us a call. We also furnish plants and
For the term ol three rears, warranting them
to grow, and warranting a good stand for the
ONE DOLLAR PER ROD !
In three annual payments. We thank the peo
ple of Holmes and Tuscarawas counties lor
their large patronage, and those wishing to
GOOD HEDGE FENCE !
Will do well to srive ns the fob. as we are ex-
penencea in tne onsmess orneuge urowmg,
and can make a fence In four years sufficient
to iuru AJij aim on uuy sun. iranies gel
1000 Hods or Over 20 per
We bam removed from Walnutcreelc to
Shanesrille, Tuscarawas Co., where we will be
nappy to attena to an orders.
Commercial Block !
So, 1, ..
Commercial" Block !
Shreve Tailor Shop.
W. 0. PLI1TN,
Has removed East of Depot, where he wiil
CUT GAItilEXTS OS SHORT NOTICE.
Every article warranted to lit and ciro en
MaylO-SStr. Wayno Co. Ohio.
rplIE untlersigncd will write with neatness.
Powers of Attorney. Liens, and
Take acknowledgments of the same;
Protests Kotes, Drafts and Rills of
Malo out I'artlal and Final Arrounts for Ad
ministrators, r.xeculors and tiuanllans.
ior uiinganu seining eiar.cs in
the rrobatu Court.
O" . BBTiTi, Notary Public,
Office orer Long,Hrown X Cos llank. Millers-
iMirg. u- iw i
New Stock. Fall Trade.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry and Clocks,
G. It. IiAItliETX C CO.,
N'o.l t'-U Finn Avenue, l'lttsburg, I'm
J. am l
And Most Perfect Machine Made in the
And one that vlll make
Button-Holes and Do Over-seaming1,
COXBIXED IX OXE.
THE SEWING MACHINE,
Like all machines, when first made, and that
did the work for which they were-intended,
was rude, uncouth and imperfect, bnttheln
Tcntlre genius" of man, stimulated by protec
tion, has not only improved them, but the last
having: the tdrantage of the defects and Im
perfections of .the first, hare devised and orig
inated new'ones, that are aZfofftAirfctfcr, inort
unptiUZ-t Miitr and-cJuttptr, so that wecan
present to you a machine that , at a glance.you
would pronounce. perfect. At all events they
wil! do work 'superior to hand. work, either for
neatneSK, duraMlrty and beanty. This we do
in the '
American Sewlncr Machine.
Which will, do all work, that is done by anv1
Sewing iSiachfncVaml besides, simple and plain
not bard to understand, easy to run, (either on
account of their mecaan jcaljconstruetion, or
not beinz complicated, or both,) seldom or nev
er ont of order, and will last a lifetime.
The Splendid Mechanism
Of this machine, and the sunerior skill, work-
manship'and materials employed in its con
struction, are a guaranty oi accuracy, strcngtn
and durability, and runs with such ease that it
makes a woman laugh.
The shuttle, riding in its carrier. Is subject
to no wear, and the friction or a "race" Is
avoided. The tensions admit of such nice ad
justment, and with such ease and certainty,
tuac one ot uie great uimcnities met witn in
ordinary machines- is entirely avoided. The
iircu 19 aujusuiuic, so milt it will nurih Willi
equal lacillty either light or heavy goods.
This beta? comuaratirelv a new machine
persons would naturally be a little suspicious
of buying a machine they knew but little about
but by referring to the following named per
sons wno nave inee macnines in use, you can
oe oeuer saiisnea.
Miss Ann Millhouse,
Mrs. T. B. 3Ioore,
Mrs. E, G. Saunders,
" George Kahler,
" J. McElroy,
" A. Henas,
Miss Lonisa Korn",
Mrs. Elder Sharp,
" John JIanna,
'I J. Erst,
" H. S. weston.
" G.U. Parkinson,
" Wm. Weaver,
" W. Harris.
" 31. W.Brown,
" James Martin,
ji. r . uauionn,
A. In tries.
" J. CL Duncan.
" Jos. Achemire,
" James Murry,
H M. McClnre,
' J. Poulson.
" Wm. Johnston.
Mis J. Polock.
Mrs. tS. Terry,
" is. ji unman.
' ii. Jianin,
' Wm. Ebcrman,
Mrs. Thomas Ilarnes, Miss J. Uarter,
Aouert l uwers, a. x n imams.
u. . itiiicuvi, ' v. Lrawioru, jTm
II. Harrison, J. Phillips,
' E. J . Johnston, Miss.J.'Patterson ,
One evidence ol their worth l& the snceess
that attends them, wherever they go. Other
machines have earned a reputation and sell on
their reputation, (and are entitled to it) but the
world is wiile and we want a reputation too.
and arc will in ir to work for it. ana that is what
Iwe are alter to-day.
We warrant these machines to be what they
are repreentedfand ir you will try them, you
will flnd they will suit j on.
J. W. HULL, Agent.
These machines can be seen at thenewroomt
nearly opposite the Tost Office, Millersburg,
u., wnere aiao can ie seen tne
Which comes Chraver. and cives satisfaction.
Call and see thenu. Trices ranging from 43
Sewinc machine nttnehmpnts. npi1lM snil
on jktrpt on nana.
HERE WE COME.
Beot and Shoe Store.
FALL MD WINTER STOCK
And at Prices to suit Ev
We tate ptasnre In saying to onr customers
mat o naro mo
IK THIS PLACE,
And can suit rou hi prices and quality.
Men's, Boji's and Youth's
Women's, Misses' and Chil
dren's Shoes l Gaitci's,
That will not bo itiulersold.
Come and see before purchasing.
200 Sides Prime Sole
Shoemaker's Tools and
The very cheapest in this place.
&sfClveus a rail and we will do you good.
. -3 Hi-
JDR BEGEIVED AT
IDLER k MCDOWELL'S.
Sfillersburg, Sept 10, It 2.
FILL & WINTER STYLES
HAS JUST RECEIVED A FCtL LJXX Or
F.AiL'L AT4D WINTER
All Xew Styles. Call and See Them.
SOMETHING XEW Df
HAIR CURLS, &c.
Something Very Nice In
Cold and Black Wristlets. Keck Chains at a
Also. Ladies lace Collars. Faner Bows-aad
something new in a N eck Tie for Ladies.
CALL IX SOOX, AXO SEE FOB
In the wonucrfal mnj-clno to wakh ttei
afllcted aro aboro pointed rr iUf. the t
eorerer d.ut. - -. - i
men of Nature's most orercia.n cnratlT pty
TZZiT. I... (-.tniA.1 lata th. Trl
table kingdom for healing the tick, than -wm
PTli'.fUOO of UiU ft U found la tt C
Tuietr of mot obstinate diaaM wuchJhTfca
chills, smn Cough, and the early atagr
Connsmptlon, it has astonlihe4 tho wW
faonlty. and eminent phrsldaQa pnaoatM SI
cure the unrtit Coujbs, It strngihaa tte
Ttcem ana pmuti iw ww jjj m .
and thorough blood purifying properties exe
iiBBwn, irora ine irorn . , i
curlal dhwaM, Mineral 1-olsona. and tialr MM1
coosUtuUen esublUboJ. K.rrlflmA. SalaJ
una, Vnt Bona, sc.iy nw L "f:
blood, an oonqnered by thla powerfol, putfrj
reff sad lnrlgormtlng miu-lue. . w 1
tTy,vt-tSi ii drowsy, il.blliUUd.'TiaT.
low color of kin, or yellow nrown P
taeeorDoay, rnqnes. uc-u.
uoaipiaini - oav brTUfackc.
an vrlnced.,, Aa "&!SjrZ
nr. tierce i uuiucu - . rzr i4 ja. Ur-'
twti, a. II ; eiftcu .SSrV
wagthMrt JfiDrWw-a K
a new falling o dy. SiSvam.
.SrnSiTit iff V5l!m
an" . yirjTfSTbottl . Pttsjtnd bx
Soupy annaUhiMgr at kl ChQ
n Ml !