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Holmes County Republican
Milleesbcbs, O-, : : Jak. 2, 1873.
Notice to Subscribers.
Qubscribers eaa always tell how their nb-
ogures alter their names on the address label
pasted ob the margin of the paper. Those Sc
ares show the exact date to which subscription
bae beeo paid. There may possibly be sonfe
BitmniHUKaua. II so oar eunscriucn
will pleate let as know what ttaev are.
Change in Mail Time.
- Cn and after Friday, November, 1st,
the mail going North will close at 10 :
a. at. All letters for that mail must be
In by that time. Mail going South will
close at 3 p. m.
T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
People who have been in correspond
ence with the saw-dust swindlers of
the East may, be glad to know that they
stand a fair chance of seeing their
names in print shortly. One of the
saw-dust concerns has been robbed, and
it la hinted that the burglary was com
mitted by s self-sacrificing reporter
anxious to obtain sensational materials
for the columns of his paper.
Ladies Fair and Festival.
The Ladies of the Presbyterian church
held their annual fair and festiral in
Town Hall, last Tuesday and Wednes
day evenings, and were quite success
ful in having a good attendance. They
had a good show of articles to sell, and
succeeded in getting the greater part of
them oft" their hands. Their arrange
ments for supper and oysters were good,
and .realized not a small sum in that
way. The proceeds of the two eve
nings amounted to over two hundred
. and twenty dollars elear of all ex
penges. The proceeds are to go toward
fitting np the new church when built.
- On Christmas evening our friends C.
M. Tocum, Esq., and Miss Bell Ross
were united In the happy bonds of
wedlock in the V. P. church in Woos-
ter. We are most happy to congratu
late them on their new relation in life,
and wish for them all that a warm friend
can wish for their future happiness and
welfare. Marriage is the golden link
that binds two loving hearts as one, and
they who are thus bound, drink deep at
the fountain of lore. This happy
couple have the best wishes of their
friends as they start on their, newly
To Business Men.
The Newspaper Bcporter very truth
fully remarks that to advertise is to re
mind your fellow citizens o' your exis
tence, a fact they are not under any
special obligations to remember, from
the mere fact of having seen your sign
board. Unenterprising and dull peo
ple are too apt. to fall into obscurity.
If a man can make a business he can
unmake it. ' He will be pretty sure to
do it if he fall to nee the strongest aid
in his reach, the local paper. Hide
yourself and your business will hide with
A Genealogical Puzzle.
An exchange says: The following
puzzle was sent us to be worked out at
our leisure, and after trying it several
times, we publish it, with the request,
if any of our readers solve it, they send
us a written statement of ho w it is done,
for publication :
welding there was and a dance there most
And whoshould be first Thns all did agree
First, grandsire and grandarae should step the
Two daughters stood np, and danced with their
(The room was so warm they wanted no fires);
And also two sons, who danced with their
Two sisters there were, and danced with their
Two Uncles vouchsafed with nieces to dance,
With nephews to jig it pleased two annts.
Three bttsbaads would dance with none bat
(As bent so to do for the rest of their lives.)
The grand-daughter chose the lolly grandson ;
And Drideebe would dance with bridegroom
A company choice! Their number to fix,
1 told them over, and found them but six!
If there is any one thing that is mean
and despicable it is the act of sending
anonymous letters. The man who can
not come outjtoldly and sign his name
to the communication which he writes
to his enemy or even friend, is not
worthy of the name ot man. He is
guilty of stabbing his opponent behind
his back, not giving him acliaffceto
"strike back. But above all meanness is
that of a would be gentleman writing
scurrillous letters to young ladles of n
impeachable character. These gentle
men ( !) should bear In mind that there
is a law that carries with it a heavy
punishment for this offense. And par
ties should remember that their secret
cannot always be kept. That they are
often known when they least suspect it.
To all such our advice would be to go
slow, as developments might be unex
pectedly made, that would not be of a
pleasant nature. We refer all such to
the Statutes of the State, and simply
say, beware. . , .
Do you know where your boys are
these nights? It is not the time now
to be inquiring about the whereabouts
of your neighbor's children, unless yon
know where your own are after night
fall. If you do not know, we are cer
tain many a fond mother would be sur
prised to 4earn the company some of
their children are keeping these De
cember evenings. Home is the place at
night for boys and girls in their teens
and under, with the influences that are
now working luring them on to dis
grace, if not to utter destruction1. We
appeal to parents who read the Repub
lican, for their children's sake and
their own sakes, to look well where
. their off-spring are at night. As sure
as there is a heaven above, if parents
remain indifferent to the nightly course
of the rising generation of their own
families, they need look for nothing
ultimately but mortification and heart
breaking agony over their lost and
ruined ones, who are now permitted to
leave and return to the family fireside
at their own choosing.
There is as much connection between
the words and the thoughts as there is
between the thoughts and the actions,
The latter Is only the expression of the
former, but they have a power to react
upon the soul and leave the stain of
corruption there, A young man who
allows himself to use one vulgar or
profane word, has only shown that
there is a foul spot upon his mind, but
by the appearance of that one word be
extends that spot and inflames it, till
by indulgence, it will pollute and ruin
the soul. Be careful of your words as
of your thoughts. If you cau control
the tongue that no -improper words are
pronounced by it, you will soon be able
to control the mind, and save it from
corruption. You extinguish the fire by
smothering it or by preventing bad
' thoughts bursting into language. Never
utter a word anywhere which you are
ashamed to speak In the presence of the
most refined female or the most religi
Bad Language. AGONY.
Wheeling, sneezing alt the day;
Eyes watery and streaming;
Coughing in a shattering way;
Poor nose red and poor cheeks gray;
Kow voiceless and now screaming. '
Pains and aches in every limb;
Poor features sadly puffy;
Bearing gone and eyesight dim;
Sad. dejected, solemn, grim;
Head heavy, hoteand stuffy.
To feci all this, and then be to! J,
"My dear, yon'reonly got a cold."
The Cold Snap.
The weather for the last few days has
been uuusually severe, interfering with
business in many ways. The railroads
have been obstructed with snow and
ice, and the passenger trains and the
mails hindered accordingly. Locomo
tion on the slippery sidewalks has been
somewhat difficult, and many a person
Went down on their back
With a Jerk and a whack."
Although the mercury In this vicinity
sank to eighteen degrees below zero,
we could not keep pace with some of
the western cities. At St. Paul and
Minneapolis the thermometor indicated
thirty degrees below zero, and at Mil
waukee it was twenty degrees below in
the middle of the day, numbers of peo
ple having their ears and feet; frozen.
At Fort Garry the thermometer stood
way down at forty-two degrees. In
the East violent snow storm was in
progress in Maine, and the Hudson Biv-
er w,as frozen over at Poughkeepsie. In
Indiana, two men were frozen to death
in attempting to leave a disabled loco
motive for a house a mile distant.
The annual election of the Holmes
County Agricultural SocIetjvVill be
held at the Court House, in the town of
Millersburg,on Saturday, January 11th,
1873, at 1 o'clock p. M. The officers to
be elected are President, Vice Presi
dent, Treasurer, Secretary and fonr or
more Managers. A motion is pending
to change the constitution, therefore it
is desirable that as many of the mem
bers be present as possible.
The following named persons are
members of the Society and entitled to
one vote each: -
Adams, Joseph : Love, John
Anderson, William Larimer, J. P.
Ackeret, Mrs. Mary Lowther, Samuel
Albertson, Mrs. N. Lowther, Adam
Arnold, Tbos. G. Menuez, Henry
Anderson, L. L.
Millerburg Ma. Co.,
A rmstrong, Bobt,
BeU, A. J.
Brown, B. C.
Maxwell, K. v.
Mavers, A. M.
McDowell. H. D.
McDowell, Mrs. J.
Miller, S. B.
Newton, G. F.
Parkin, Elen ,
Phillips, J. M. -Patterson,
Patterson, Geo. W.
Crurum Dr. A. A.
Cat boon, B. F.
Coffey, T. G.
cary, ti. w.
Cameron, A. J.
italff, J. K.
Cunningham, T. B. Ross, William
CourtneyctApplet'nReed, Joseph .
Cook, Geo. L, Smith, George
Cutter,S.J. ' r Smith, A. B.
Calhoon, Alfred Shafer, Nathan
Crawford, Ezra Skelley, William
Crisswell, William Seal, F.
Duer, Z. T. Shoup, Michael
Duer, Daniel Saunders, H. G.
Duncan, James E. Schnorr, Geo.
Duncan, John sr. Sponagle, Joshua
Estill, James A.
Emerson, A. B.
Spencer, J. I.
Smith, J. H.
Sandles, Lafaye tte
Ubl, D. S.
Uhl, Alfred .
Uhl, Wm. Jr. .
Gonsor, A. B.
Uhl, U. S.
Harrison, BeniamlnUbl, Arch,
Harpeter, Budy&CoUhler A Co.
Vorwork, C. S.
Hull, J. w.
Hoagland, H. I.
Kline, W. S.
Vorhes, S. F.
Yoder, Mrs. J. N.
Read Your Policy.
No sounder advice than the above
can be given to those about to obtain or
already in possession of a policy of in
surance upon their property. It is a
singular fact that so many men enter
into contracts with insurance compan
ies without understanding the terms
beyond the fact that they pay a certain
sum for a stated amount of insurance.
Not more than one man In ten ever
reads his policy, especially the condi
tions under which It is issued,- and
when a loss occurs he Is astonished to
discover points therein that reduce or
invalidate his claim. Thereafter "all is
vanity to him ; the company is a blood
sucker, and all "insurance is fraud. It
is probable that three-fourths of the
suits instituted in the settlement of
losses arise from the Ignorance or care
lessness of insured, and not from any
fault of the insurance companies.
This ignorance is entirely wrong and
unnecessary.' The policy Is the con
tract and In it the terms and conditions
are plainly set forth; it is all simple
and easily understood, and no reputable
company will attempt to evade their
own provisions- - A few minutes spent
in reading the policy would show a
man exactly what he receives for bis
money; doubtful points could be set
tled much easier than after his property
is destroyed and an astonishing amount
of trouble, perplexity and litigation
would be avoided. Knowledge will
Drove to be power to those who follow
our advice to "Read your policy." Ex.
The next session of the " Holmes
County Teacher's Institute," will com
mence on Monday, the 18th day of
Aninist. 1873. and continue two weeks.
closinsr with Saturday the 30th. We
Dromise to . have present, as good in
structors as can be procured in the State.
A tuition or f 2 will be charged ail teacn
era attending the full, or any. part of
the term.- Hope to see a lull turnout oi
the teachers or Holmes fjounty at mat
time. Programmes wilt be Issued anq
distributed in .time.
By order of Ex. Com. . ,
E. J. DUER, Chairman.
We furnish Envelops with a Busi
ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as
the blank envelopes can be purchased
. "American." '
Look to your interest.' If you want a
Sewing Machine' go to the Messrs. Hull's
new room, nearly opposite the 1 oat Of
fice, and get a good oue, one that is easy
to operate and easy to run. The cheap
en and beet machine in the world nev
er out of order, and Ik universally liked
wherever known, and one that will last
a lifetime. - ' 4tr
Chapped hands, face,' rough skin,
pimples, ring worm, sait-rueum, anu
other cutaneous afiectious cured, and
the skin made soft and smooth, by using
the Juniper Tar Soap.made by Caswell,
Hazard & Co., acw iork. ae certain
to get the Juniper Tar Soap, as there are
many worthless imitations made with
common tar. luinod.
Mrs. Wholf and Miss Abbe Millhouse
having purchased the Millinery and
Fancy store of Mrs. Hoxworth & Wol
gamot, announce that they have lust re
ceived a large stock of goods, and are
able to supply their customers with the
best of everything In that line of busi
IN TOWN AND OUT.
Good bye, old year.
Happy New Year to all.
Time to form good resolutions. -
Hall the people's Photographer, tf
Another page in the book of time
pas oeen turned. .
Purchase your goods of the men
wno aavernse tnem.
Akron has 118 saloons, and several
streets to near from.
The ice crop this winter will be Im
mense, and of an excellent quality.
Better sleighing we have not had
tor many a year tnan now.
A party of sleigh riders the other
night tipped over Into the snow, caus
ing two ot the ladles to faint.
Terrible snow storms and railroad
accidents are announced from all quar
The first train on the Mansfield.
uoldwater and .Lake Michiran K. K.
passea over toe road on the itstn air.
If this is a borrowed paper you are
reading, "drop it!" Your neighbor
oon't pay nut money to lend you.
There has been great destruction of
life by accident during toe past wees
Some of our young men are now
engaged in sleighing dears and hunting
The mails throughout the country
have been greatly detained by the snow
Bro. McGregor of the Stark Count v
Democrat has catered the field as a lec
The Union Bank ' of 3anesville,
with a capital of 1100,000, has gone in
to ufjentuvu -
Good nature the inseparable
companion of good sense, and is the
foundation or good manners. .
This continued good sleighing is
causing the flaying of many a poor
Many a little heart was made glad
on Christmas morning by a visit from
Tintinnabulations of the sleigh-bells
nave greeted tne ear almost constantly
duHng the past week.
Several deaths of old people have
occurred in Wooster during the past
It rained on Monday night and set
tled the snow 'considerably. It snowed
again on Tuesday, and the people were
still sleighing as mncn as ever. .
Mr. Metbias Shulteis died on Sun
day and waa buried on Tuesday after
noon. Tne f iremen were In attend
There has been a great rise in the
Ohio river, which has caused a great
break up of the ice. A large number
of boats have been destroyed.
We want news from every town
ship in the county. Who among our
readers will write us an occasional let
ter? Consult the Interests of vour town
In all your public acts and when the
towai ig advanced you also will be pro
moted. . i '
Postmasters are forbidden by law
to deliver letters addressed -to initials
or ficticious names, unless sent to the
care of some responsible person.
An exchange' is talking about "the
next World'a Fair." lust as if we didn't
have trouble enough with this world's
We are requested to sav that the
fuss among the coal diggers mentioned
in the Republican a week or two ago
was not caused Dy tne men at Saunders'
We learn that Dr. A. M. Beers has
purchased the types, presses and fixtures
of the Ohio Independent, at Newcomers-
town, and will revive the paper on the
first of January. We wish him success.
Keep sober and then you can talk
straight. . One of our druggists was
quite surprised the other day to hear a
enow inquire u ne nad any or -Mrs.
Soothlow's Winsling Slyrp." -
Mister, will you lend pa your news
paper i He only wants to send it to his
uncle in the country." "O, certainly;
and ask your father if he will just lend
me tne roor or nis House, l only want
the shingles to make the kettle boll."
-Philip Smith of Monro: township.
this county, died on Christmas day, In
his one hundredth year. On the 13th
of April next had he lived he would
have completed the century. The old
man was able to go to the polls and vote
at the last election.
Susan B. Anthonv will nrobablv
find the experiment of votins without
authority of law more troublesome than
sue nad calculated upon. She and four
teen other women were held to ball in
five hundred dollars each to answer the
charge. It costs something in time and
money to become a martyr in these
With long evenings now before us
every man in the county ought to take
some paper? and there fs none so profit
able as the paper published in his own
county. Not unfrequently is it the case
that a smgle article of local Importance
appears in the paper which will more
tnan compensate bint for the money
paid for it for a whole year.
Pictorial Family Bible.
We have been shown a large Family
Bible, published by Zeigler fc McCurdy,
that Is indeed a very fine copy. It con
tains a treaties on the Literature, His
tory and Inspiration of the Bible.
Scripture illustrations and descriptions
of scenes and events in the Life of
Christ and the Apostle Paul. Pictorial
representations of Palestine, Jerusalem,
Patmos, Egypt, tc., &c Also a large
amount of other valuable and interest-
big matter. It is a splendid book. Mr.
3. II. Tidball la the agent here.
On Friday night last about 7 o'clock,
as the regular train on the C. Mt. Y. C.
R. R. was approaching and near How
ard, a flat car, loaded with cross-ties,
broke down In the middle, causing three
others, loaded with tne same material,
to jump the track, scattering the ties
along the roadside for some distance.
Conductor Gains, with the assistance of
the passengers, went to work to clear
away the track, and as the night was
bitter cold, the wort was very tedious.
Alter several hours' labor the train was
got in motion again, and arrived in Mt.
vernon at nan past twelve o clock
Mt. Vernon Banner.
If you feel da), drowsy, debilitated,
despondent, have frequent Headache,
mouth tastes badly In the morning, lr
regular appetite and tongue coated, you
are sunering rrom lorjnd Liver or "Bit-
ioutneet." In many cases of "Liver
Complaint" only a part of these svinp
toms are experienced. As a remedy for
all such cases. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery has no eqnal, as it
effects perfect cures, leaving the liver
strengtueneu anu neaitny. bold uy all
nrst-class druggists. oUi
PAINT TP., Dec. 26, '72.
Meurt. Editors : Christmas has come
and gone, and Old Paint moves on in its
even tenor. The weather is extremely
cold, and the andw has given the lads
and lasses a chance to try the 'mettle of
their steeds,' also of steels, since Old
Epizootic has gone.
The schools are progressing finely
throughout the different districts and
spelling schools are also raging fiercely
witn tne younger portion ot tne Ira
Those religiously Inclined, are, as a
general thing, attending protracted
meetings which are being held in differ
ent localities witn various success.
As this is the time of year to talk
Railroad, there Is a good deal of it
talked, but not much built.
The L. 8. t T. V, R. R. are running
teams regularly now from Black River
to Canal Uover,
You will hear from me again.
Yours very truly,
J. M. R.
J. M. R. Extraordinary Absence--A Toledo Business
J. M. R. Extraordinary Absence--A Toledo Business Man Missing.
On Monday morning, Dec. 16th, Mr.
Edmund E. Riopel, senior of the firm
of Riopel t Co., dealers lu coal, left the
city on a business trip for Detroit. He
registered at the Biddle House in that
city, where he got dinner, and after
wards called at the ottice of the est
ern Transportation & Cool Co- where
be collected $1,200; thence he went to
the office or ttenkie E v oorhes, rrom
whom he received a cheek for S140,
which was cashed for him at the proper
Bank. These sums, with what he is sup
posed to have taken with him, made the
aggregate amount in bis possession
about s l,w.
The last time Mr. Riopel is known to
have been seen, was at the office ol the
Weber Manufacturing Co., Detroit,
about 4 p. m., of the day he left Toledo.
He expected to return rta Adrain on the
day following. His prolonged absence,
as may be supposed, has caused great
aiarm ana anxiety witn nis lamuy ana
friends, who have till now confidently
looted daily for his return. We are
assured by those most familiar with the
facts, that there was nothing known in
either his business or domestic relations
that could have led him to abandon his
home. His fatber-in-law and brother
in-law, - (the latter his confidential
clerk,) are well satisfied that his pro
tracted absence is not voluntary, but
the result of accident or violence be
yond bis power to prevent. Many
things in addition to the condition of
his affairs, go to sustain this view.
Among these are the facts, that he wore
away his business suit took only
money enough to pay bis expenses
made a contract at Detroit for more
Coal, and negotiated for other orders,
Mr. Riopel was about 37 years old :
well built; about 5 feet 9 inches high;
weighed aoout lau pounds ; had brown
hair, with red whiskers and moustache.
Any information regarding him maybe
aililrsatinl to his firm here, nr tt the
Mayor of ioledo, and reasonable com
pensation will be made for such infor
mation as shall lead to a discovery of
nis late. I oteao commercial.
On 24th Dec. on the road near Holmes-
villtva black lamb-skin lined driving
glove." The finder will be suitably re
warded for its return.
JNO. G. BIGHAM.
Gallon township in Crawford county,
on Saturday last voted $95,000 to the
Gallon, Logan sport A Chicago railroad,
the vote standing Too lor to 21 s against.
This makes $110,000 voted in Wyandot
and Crawford. The three townships in
this county, interested, will probably
vote the coming month. Kenton Repub
Cameo pictures at Hall's Gallery.
For anything in the Clothing line
you can buy it for cash cheaper than
the cheapest, at the I luted states no
thing Store, which beats ail competi
tion. Don't forget the place, and call
the old United States Clothing Store.
13tf : ;
DECEMBER 19, 1872.
All persons having unsettled accounts
with the Millersburg Machine Company
are earnestly- requested to call at the
Company's office, in Millersburg, and
make settlement. Also, inose snowing
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.
Hall the people's Photographer, tf
Weston & Frazer opposite Post Of
fice have Little Emmas and Rosedalis.
18w5 . .
' Howe Sewing Machine.
The Improved Elias Howe Sewing
Machine is able to speak for itself, and
requires no puffing, to induce people to
purchase. Its qualities are excellent,
and it cannot be surpassed by any other
Machine in use. t or strength, uurabii-
ty and variety of work it has no su
perior. J. W. Smith is the agent now
for this county. His office is in J. C
Corbus & Co's. Hat Store. . tf
Always something new and nice at
Weston & Frazer, opposite Post ottice.
Shadow pictures at nail's Gallery.
' " - Kotice.
Havinz discontinued ail second-class
stoves fitted and sold under pretext ot
first-class. We now control the sales
ot the Inland Empire Cook Stove
which acknowledged by every one to
be the handsomest stove that was ever
sold. It is the most economical on eoal,
gives -more heat with less coul or wood
than any other stove made, tv e pro
pose to make all other stoves acknowl
edge their superior in the Inland Em
pire. Sold by Voorhes Bros. 18wl
If vou want to buy a nice stylish
suit, go to Isaac Marx, and get a bar
See our new advertisement for the
Holidays. L. Mayers.
The Old United States Clothing Store
Is the place to buy yonr 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 figures as heretofore. Vou
will find the largest and best assort
ment ever brought to this market, and
you will find it to your advantage to
call and examine my stock before buy
ing elsewhere. Come one and all, to
ISAAC MARX 8,
tf. U. S. Clothing Store.
' New style pictures at Hall's gallery.
For a good lined o'rnnlincd w.imus.
go to Isaac Marx. i:itf
New Bag Carpet for Sale.
The Ladies of the Presbyterian
church have 28 yards of new Rag Car
pet lor sale. It can be purchased by
calling on the Ladies of the Society.
Sew Hearse. .
Messrs. Taylor & Sharp have lust re
ceived, in connection with a large stock
of new furniture, a very handsome new
tiearse and a good supply ot coulns.
They are now prepared to attend to all
business in the Undertaker's line. The
Hearse is very neatly and substantially
gotten up, and the coffins are such as to
give good satisfaction. They request
us to say that all business entrusted to
them will he promptly and satisfacton
ly attended to. They are likewise or
dering furniture every 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 S4, go to: Isaac
-rFor a rood lOvercoat. at to. 20 to
isaac aiarK. . latl
Buy the Improved Elias nowc Sew
ing Machine, if you want a serviceable
machine and one that will do the great
est variety 01 worn, j . tv . Mnitn, agent.
Office of M. M. Co.,
r. Co., ) '
Notice is hereby sriven to the stock
holders In the Millersbunr Machine
Company, that the annual meeting for
tne election or Directors lor the eusu
Ing year, will be held nt the Coumanv's
Office, in Millershurg,oii the 6th day of
January, !!, atlOo clock, a. ji.
liy order ot the Directors.
H. H. Robinson, Sec'j;
For the nicest and finest lot of
Uents' Furnishiuir Goods ever hrouirht
to this market, go to the United States
Homing store. lilu
India Ink niotures at nail's fiul-
ry. , IStf
All kind of pictures at Hall's gal
lery- , . , IStf
Six Splendid Chromos foe Every,
Subscriber, ..m ;
Arrangements have been made by
which we can oner a year s subscription
to the New York Christian at Work and
Eclectic Weekly, with their six magnif
icent Chromos: -tiooa juornmg,"
"Carlo in Misehief," "Spring Flowers,"
"Summer Flowers, and "Asleep and
Awake," together witn our own jour-
As the Chromos alone are worth from
110.00 to 1(15.00, and as the New York
publication is every way first-class, it
presents an unusuai upporuimiy iu uur
subscribers. The Chromos are made by
Prang and other celebrated artists, and
will oe torwaroea prouipujr uj ituui
Should any of our subscribers desire
only "the two first named Chromos, they
will be sent with the two publications
for 3 7X. ' ' '
Remit to the publishers of this paper.
Saves fuel, keeps out soot, wind, snow
and rain and adds to comfort. To be
had of E. H. Hull & Son at their Sew
ing Machine room opposite the Post
Office. - - lamol
Tka mimal anil EWPfMl inA ltvM-
Ail is TToTorrl A fnAwpll's made on the
sea shore, from iresn, selected livers,
is absolutely pure and tweet.- Patients
n-hn ti-iro ntiMt men ureter il loocnera
Phraii-iaiu hatrA rippldpd it snnerior U
any oi tne Otner ous iu aursck uiiqi
Crayon pictures at Hall's Gallery, tf
Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery
Dec. 31, 1872.
FLOUR, y bbl, Retail. -WHEAT,
White f bustu,
WHEAT. Red. V bu.h.
8 S0a9 00
CORS, per bush (new)
Ml... " , 11 1
OATS, new, bwh. J '
CLOVER SEED, t bnsh
TIMOTHY SEED, "
- ; S0tlai,i6
'- 1 so
- 1 ;-' H
f LA A r. r. l.
WHITE BEAKS, , ;
POTATOES, .. ". ,
HAY, ton, , - .- M
EGGS, V dot, ' -
BUTTER, (in roll) lb.
I. A n 17, - - -
lb- - I
'I - , . 8
'!! I r'i ll
- . 6
.... "J 15
- i" - 86
TALLOW, " - 1
DRIED APPLES, lb,
DRIED PEACHES. lb
SALT, 'f, bbl. retail, -
v uuu, fi 10.
WOOD, per cord, - : -DRESSED
Cleveland Money Market.
CLEVELAND, Dec. 31, 1872.
The followinr are the elosinr rate of duecie
and Uovcrnmeut Securities in this market:
Bovine. . Selline.
Gold ; .
Silver large ' 1 ins
Silver small 106
Sixes of 1SK1, coupons 117V-
r ive-rwenties (lttta) coupons uxl
Five-Twenties (1MM) eonpons lis
Five-Twenties (1865) coupons 11S;
Five-Twenties, (114S'. coupons Us lj
Five-Twenties (lw7) coupons 115.
Five-Twenties (18) coupons 115
Ten-Forties ex. in. coupons lull i
CLEVELAND, Dec. 31, 1872.
FLOUR White XXeeuntry brands, 9,00
lieu a.v a Amoer - e,wais,
" Hod X, " 7.S5(S7.76
" Buckwheat..... tsuas.Ml
WHEAT Ko. 1 Red 1,
so. a - . j.5s
CORK Shelled , 47c
r-ars. on track . r -42c
OATS-Sio. I State JTtr
RVE So. S5c
PORK So. 1 Mess 15.0U
So. 1 Mess 1S.OU
LARD oity rendered, in kegs, ttc
Country rendered.... 7c
SMOKED MEATS Hams 1 14c
" Breakfast Bacon 1 I t'.c
' . Dried Beef i i 3h-
DRESSED HOGS Extra nice MO
BUTTER-Choice roll ..5...i 18craJ8c
CHEESE Prima. ....... .. I4Ji(slS
E;s FresU ........... aua.llc
POTATOES ....;,.,....;... 3
' . From car 30
APPLES Green, per bbl i, 50(2175
Dried, per lb
SEE DS Clover Seed . .
SALT Onondugo and Saginaw, fine,
PITTSBURG, Dec. 24, 1872.
CORN In ear
FLOUR "White Wheat
" lied Wheat
CORN MEAL lier bu
BUTTER Fresh Roll m..
HAY" ter ton -.
HAMa bnirar Cnred
PITTSBURG, Dec. 24, 1872. New York Market.
NEW YORK, Dec. 24, 1872.
COTTON Middlings 0,c
1 Loin- estern ao,iDad,u
WHEAT Spring 1,S8
Red amber l,68al,70
BARLEY- .T asa96
OATS A.' 5a51c
lard- r. ;v. . : .' Sasxe
BEEF- 810. e
PORK ,r.. -v.. . S14.S5
EGGS '. 435c
HOGS : 5S7c
Want a cook.
Want a clerk.
Want a partner.
Want a situation, ,
Want a servant girl, ; 1 -t r
Want to sell a piano. ' ' "
Want to sell a carriage, '
Want to buy or sell a farm,
Want a boarding place.
Want to sell town property, -Want
to sell groceries or drugs.
Want to sell household furniture.
Want to sell dry goods or -carpets, j
Want te And customers for anything.
ADVERTISE IN THE REPUBLICAN.
Advertising will gain new ' custom ersr"
Advertising will keep old customers,
Advertising liberally always pays.
Advertising makes success easy.
Advertising begets confidence, ,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck, -Advertising
means bis. - '
Advertise or 'bust,"
. . EOR THE
NEXT THIRTY DAYS I
"W. Jacobs fc Co's.
NICE JEWELRY STORE.
Fancy Holiday Presents
Can be purchased at a small margin.
nave an extensive scock oi
WATCHES ABD JEWELRY.
Fine GOLD WATCHES ami CHAIN'S for I.a-
dies, and ol' stirli material x seldom f fbtttMt
in country .Iewlry Mores, ami the mo- n
Uiuudiiijt iVamrt connected with the iMt la
the amazingly low tlKtirett for which thv in
tvml to sell them lor .turiiia; the next THIkTV
IAVS. They take thin opportunity to thank
their customers for nat fKvnra rwhii-h thev
upiirecinw) nun uo 10 bee ineni an id me
next thirty days, and as many other, who
wish to mttke a bargain hi their goods. Thin it
uo blow. What they ay can be relied uion..
We do not advertise with a dfM.r to hoax
"ur ciiriionier wiiii eoiiitaiit prices fortnle-
rlor good, tnat tariut.ii injlorc they are taken
All Is Not Gold That Glitters
He hu re t call on us hefure purchasing lie
where. llqS-Storeon .Vain Street. Opposite the Em
pire lloue, Allllenburg, U. .
Sign of the Big Watch.
Mw ':- I- . ti.il
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A GEXTLEMAV who suffered for yean
from Xervous Debility. Premature Decar,
and all the effects of youthful indiscretion will
for the sake of Buffering hum an it v, send free
to all who need it, the recipe and direction for
maimg we simpte retneuv oy wnicn ne was
cured. Sufferers wishing to profit bv the ad
yertisers experience can do so by addressing.
-lyr. So- S Cedar St, Kew York.
The advertiser, baring been permnently cor
ed ofthat dread disease ConsinnDtioau bv a
simple remedy, is anxious to make known to
nis teiiow sufferers the menus of cure. To all
wr desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription nsed, (free of charge), with the direc
tions Cor nreuarinr and usinr the same, which
they will find n sure core; for Consumption.
AJuaausa, snMtcniHS, cc
Parties wishing the prescription will pl
ssUUICsaa, A XtW ABfclS Aa W ILtOUHi
15) - 1W Penn Street, WUlianu burg, K.T.
IF YOU WANT
Look Through One of tho
Most Extensive - Stocks !
- in the United States, '
V-W.i. :'' - v.. ', t ' ; .
Owi MaflttfacturB !
1 H ' i ' f -: .- J .f
so long stairs to c!fmh. as ire hare Two
Steam Elevators, one for carrying our custom
ers and one for handling Furniture. So It is no
irouutc 10 10M m gooes en tne upper noora. ,
HART & M ALONE,
03, I05 I07 Water St.,
Factory so, 32 fc 34 St. Clair St.,
U. r'i .fi. TJ VI L
A Nice Assortment of
Honnments & Toi-SMes
Of t be heat Its inn am American Marble, al-
i ways en nana, ane atlo pereeai less tnan
tne same can te uougnt oi any irav-
l ' ' . .a,i d ..
All Material Warranted No. 1.
Shop on Main StreeC i door west of Uhler ft
r 1 V JOHN CETZ.
At Wholesaleand Retail,
f-..- eVT -i 's i-i
fr Sold Cheaper Than - .
- - .
f;JASj & SONS,
;: If OOSTEli OHIO. ,
Carry's can't be undersold in Lum-
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Lath,
Shingles, Ac., dec.
, . Try Them.
a " X
C. r. BEEGLE,
, --- Plain at Ornamental
Work warranted. All onlers nromptlr ex
ecuted. Orders lobe left at J. Ml LVANK'S
. NOTICE. 4
T(rTICS is herebr given that Almfra Rem
r ington, wifeof iohn Kemington,deceaiteil,
is diilv appointed administrator of the estate
of John Kemington. All debt and claims will
be settled by tne unuersignea.
iowa AuaiaA jcniiiiuiu.i.
FARM FOR SALE.
THK nudcnlgneil, as executor of the lat
will and testament of KoltKKT MAX
W LL, deeeOHid, offers for wale it ;
FARM OF .170 ACRES,
HitnatM In Berlin town Oil p. Holmes county.
Ohio, about 3. miles east of Millenburg.on the
road leading frnm Millersburg to Berlin, w
acres under ciiltivatiott. and the balanee, 75
acres, timber laud. Timber gool, and in ipian
tity and rariety well adapted tor lumbering
purposes and convenient to n.arket. Coal has
been found upon different part of the preinU
es, but never mined to anv extent. I'ossession
can lie given April 1st, 1873.
For further iniorniation. call on the under
signed, at the law office of Maxwell ft KM II I, or
at Maxwell Brother's UoLhiug Store, Mill
JonT. Mai well
Fxrvntar of Robert Maxwell lheaed.
CITY BOOT & SHOE SHOP.
Would respectfully announce to the citizens of
ed Geo. Lecbner's Shoe Shop, and will continue
MiiienDurf anu viciuitv iuu uc iios Diruun.
in tne om stanu tne macing anu repairing oi
BOOTS AND SHOES. .
He wishes all to rive him a trial, as he feels
assured he eaa please his customers both in
Style and Durability
REPAIRING done with neatness and Hls-4
patch. Fit warranted and satisfaction soar-
Terms-CASII I "
FOB ALL WORK.
Millersburg, O. yl
We would resoectftiHr inrite the attention of
tne puoiic to eur ,
Osage Oranp Heflp!
We have a full annnlv of nlants on hand.
Te wihin to nuruhase nlants will do well
to give us n caiL We also lumish planta and
For the term ol three vean. warraatinr them
to grow, and warranting a good stand for the
OUE DOLLAE FEE ROD I
Tn thrM innnil narmmta. W- than V thn ntvw
pie of Holmes and Tuscarawas counties tor
their large patronage, and those wishing to
GOOD HEDGE FEME !
Will do well to rive ffe the fob. as we are ex
perienced M the business ef Ueirge Crowing,
and can make a fence re ftmr vean sufficient
to turn any sfcKk, end em awy aeil. ranies get
1000 Bods or 'fiver $0 per
. , vent. ujj.
We hartt removed from Walnntereek to
Shanesville. Tuscarawas Co where we will be
nappy to auenjl to all orders.
E. M. TROYER,
. Shanesville, O.
Commercial Block !
Commercial Slock I
Shreve Tailor Shop.
Hat removed East or Depot, where he wii"
CUT GARMENTS ON SHORT NOTICE.
Every article warranted to lit and aire en
Mayl0-8tr. Wayne Co. Ohio.
TUB nndersigneri will write with neatness,
accuracy aud dispatch.
Powers of Attorney, Llene, and
Tak, acknowledgments of the same;
Protests Notes, Drafts and Bills of
Make out Partial and Final Accounts for Ad
ministrators, fe..xecntor ami Guardians,
for tiling and Hvttlina- estates In
the Probate Court.
Jk.. O. BBTiTj, Notary Publks,
OSceover Long,Browa A Co', Bank, Millers-
New Stock. Fall Trade.
Watohe. Diamonds, Jewelry and Clock.;
G. It. BARRETT & CO.,
Ha ' No.l ai Fifth Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa
Tie Finest GHeasest & Best,
And Moat Parfcct Mtchin Mad in tk
. World. - ( -"
' : ALSO, A ' '
And one that will make
Button-Holes and Do OTer-seamlatv
commikmd iir OS I.
THE SEWINC MACHINE,
Like alt 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, has not only improved them, but the last
having the advantage of the defects end im
perfections of the flrst, have devised and orig
inated new ones, that mntUtogtthm Wttf mom
impUJhtt, aUr o4 kmpwt so that we can
present to you a machine that, at glance, ron
would pronounce perfect, ' At all event they
will do wort superior to band work, either for
neatness, durability and beauty. This we do
U the . -,
American Sewlnc Machine.
Which will do all work that is done by any
Sewing Machine, and besides, simple and plain
not hard to understand, easy te run, (either on
account of their mechanical construction, or
not being complicated, or both,) seldom er nev
er out of order, and win last a lifetime.
The Splendid Irfrechanhtm
Of this machine, and the superior skill, work-
mansnip ana materials emuioyea in its eon
struct ion, are a guaraaty of accuracy, strength
and durability, and runs with such ease that it
makes a woman lauch.
' The shuttle, riding in it carrier, is subject
to no wear, and the friction of a "race" is
avoided. The tensions admit or such nice ad
justment, and with such ease and certain tv,
that one of the great difficulties met within
ordinary machines is entirely avoided. The
feed is adjutftatiie, so that it will work with
equal facility either light or heavy goods..- , ,
This beins mi.narativ.lv . Mta snaHiln.
persons would naturally be a littl. suspicions
of buying- a machine vhejr knew but little about
tmt by referring- to tne following named per
sons wbo have these machines in use, yon eaa
ae onner sacisnea;
His, Ann Millhouse,
Mrs. E. G. Saunders,
" George Kahler.
" A. Henas,
M J. Carpenter,
" J. Stuart, -Miss
Mrs. Elder Sharp, 1
" Joseph Ase,
" Wm. 'oa, .
" J. Erst, '
" John stifller,
- H. 8. Weston,
Miss II us ted,
" Aritter, .
Mrs. 1 . a. Moore,
" M. W. Brown,
" James Martin,
A. B. Frey,
" M. low,
" B. F. Calhoun, '
" A. Ingles,
" W.J. Courtney,
J. C Duncan,.
" Jos. Aehemire, ' -
" James Murry,, .
" M. MoClure,
" J. Poulson.
Mrs. Vi. jbyans.
6. V. Parkinson, -
" Wm. Johnston.
" Wm. Weaver,
" It. Seedel,
" J.K. Fillia,
Mrs. J. C'ary, .
" W. Martin,
Miss J. Polock.
Mrs. O. S. Terry,
" u. Hucman,
'" H. Martin,
" S.J. Wiler,
' yi ro. jsoerman,
Mrs. Thomas Barnes, Miss J. Harter,
' G. W. MitcheL,
' H. Harrison,
1 . J. Johnston,
" C. Crawford, Jr- .
" J. PhillipsT '
One evidence ol their worth Is the sneeess
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 wide and we want a reputation too,
and 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 tnem, yon
will And they will suit you.
J. W. HULL, Agent. (
These machines can be seen at the newroom.
early opposite the Post OOtoe, Millersburn,
wnere atso can oe seen tne
Which comes Cheaaer. and n-ives satisfaction.
Call and see them. Prices ranging from $45
Sewiua- machine attachments, needles and
oil kept on hand. ... '!...-
HERE WE C01E.
Boot and Shoe Store.
FILL MD U INTER STOCK
And at Prices to' suit Ev
We take pleasure la saving to our ens toman
that we have the
IN THIS PLACE,
And can suit yon in price, and quality.
Meti!, Boy' and Youth'
Women', Misttett' and Chil
dren's Shoes it Gaiters,
That will not be undersold.
Come and see before purchasing.
900 Side Brime Sole
Shoemaker's Tools' and
The very rnsapMt te this plaon.
JaVUiva us a call and w will do yon good,
MT BECEIYED AT
IIILER & MCDOWELL'S.
Millersburg, 0 Sept. 10, ltTS.
FILL & VLVTER STYLES
MJ JUST BKCEIVID A fVtl LlJfM OF
F.ALL AND WINTER
All 2few Styles. Call and Set tksm.
80METHIXG NEW IX ;
HAIR CURLS, Jte.
Something; .Very Nice In
Gold and Black Wristlets, Neck Chain, af a
Also, Ladies' Lare Collars, Fancy Bows, ana
something new in a Neck Tt. for Ladies.
CALL J.V SOO.T, AM SEE FOE
October SU, IK.
BENTON. - OHIO,
Has just opened a Urge ttock ot
FAIL 4 WINTER GOODS,
He make, specialty of selling
At Briee that Defy Com
petition. I ia . ite all to call ai.d ae them.
Beaton, O., Oct, tt, 18a.
an iamirLarTfr wei.lt mm wiuiT maa-J
-T- WlweaOr MuW-aiW-l
wtM mmm raaa Aie,at- HnejeMem
laira iaa aaaaitar.
1rtiwri.il fcrwU--, AT OnCS
LEMON Jtc WEISE
Theoldaad well kiowa arm of Loe ,ma
Weise of Pittsburgh, fa maaaracturers of
Have Bemoved to
No. Ill Fourth Avenue,
Opposite their Old Stand,
Where they eoalinna the business in all Ita