Newspaper Page Text
Holmes County Republican.
H. 6. White, T. B. Caaalagaaaa,
! soitou a normuroBS.
2In.LKB8Bcsaf O., : Sept. 3, 1873
FOB GOVERNOR, ,
GEN. EDWABD F. NOTES.
FOR USUTOUXT GOTFEKOR, '
FOR STJPRMS JCDGK,
WALTER F. STOXE.
FOR ATTORKET GENERAL,
FOR COMPTROLLER OF TREASURY,
WILLIAM F. WILSON.
FOR BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
CAMPAIGN IN MASSACHUSETTS.
General Butler made the opening
speech of the Gubernatorial canvas
in Massachusetts st Worcester, in
Judge Hoax's district, and the prin
cipal force of the effort was expend
ed on this chief opponent of the re
doubtable General s - aspirations.
That the speech was sharp, spicy
and personal, no doubt need be en
te ruined. That it will improve
Butler's chance for the Governor
ship is another and entirely differ
THE BROOKLYN TREASURY.
We advise all Democratic oratrs
and editors to read carefully the de
tails of the jast developed robbery
of the city treasury of Brooklyn.
That city is and always has been
under Democratic control, and the
wholesale speculation indulged in
by its Democratic Politicians is, in
connection with similar robbery of
the treasury of Fairfield county,
Unio.by Democratic officials, fruit
ful text on which they can enlarge
to show the imperative necessity of
putting the treasuries of the State
and nation under Democratic con
The speech of Hon. William Al
len at Columbus, on Friday night,
was characteristic of the man. It
was an empty jingle of sound. It
contained no reference to railroads,
tariff, currency, or the labor ques
tions, nothing that the people of to
day can lay hold of, and say this is
an idea, this is what we want, To
speak plainiy, the "Cincinnatus of
Boss county" was so plain, prosy
and commonplace, that half of his
hearers deserted him before his
speech was half finished. The "old
Soman hero" who was to rouse and
vivify a dying party could not en
. " j;
CHICAGO TIMES DISGUSTED.
The Free Trade plank of the Ohio
Democratic . platform was rejected
by the Pennsylvania Democracy
who adopted the rest of the platform
entire. The Chicago Times is dis
gusted with both platforms. Speak
ing of Ohio tariff plank it says : -
Bur mild as this tariff drink, it
appears to be very much too strong
for the sensitive stomachs of Penn
sylvania Bourbons. At their con
vetion, held on Wednesday, they
adopted the entire Ohio platform
with the. exception of the plank
above quoted. The omission of this
particular plank is far more signifi
cant than the adoption of a new plat
form making no mention of the tariff
would have been. Jt is, in fact,
equivalent to the adoption of an-out-and-out
. protectionist plank.
Moreover, it unmistakably snubs
the Ohio Bourbons, and the World.
which had just been exhorting them
to adopt it catch-phrase, free trade
and fanners rights."
THE REPUBLICAN PARTY.
xne nepu oiican party never stood
higher in the public estimation than
at present. The reason for this is,
it has justified by its acts the confi
dence of the people. It has stood
the test of twelve years of power,
and during that time has given birth
to measures that have added large
ly to the stength, wealth, and influ
ence of the Republic. Since the for.
mation of Government no party has
been called upon to stand a strain
as severe as the one put upon the
Republican party. Both its legisla
tive and executive branches have
been called upon to face difficulties
almost insurmountable ; yet with a
firm and patriotic hand, it guided
the nation through its troubles, and
to-day it enjoys the reward due its
services the continued confidence
and support of the people.
To retain this support and to gain
the active sympathy cf the thous
ands of young men who are yearly
becoming entrusted with the privi
lege of voting, our party must put
forward her best men for office. We
need something more than ability
in our public officials; we need sterl
ing honesty to make and adminis
ter our laws. The party should
steer clear of political tricksters, for
the election of one of these slippery
gentlemen will more than offset the
good that a dozen worthy officials
can do. The honest, inteiligentnd
patriotic citizens should attend the
local conventions and primary meet
ings. By this practice, good men
will be selected, and the party
strenghened. The surest way vto
purify the ballot is to place none
but worthy men in nomination. Our
priciples are right; the purposes of
our party are commendable; it now
remains for the people to see that
the right men are selected to main
tain our principles and carry out
"The Democratic party is no long
er an instrument of reform in Amer
ican politics." General Thomat
Ewing. . .
In 1872, it was "Anything to beat
Grant," but ia 1873, the purity of
the Democartic principles as enun
ciated, is absolute. "No Liberals
Professor Wise declines to take
anr femat& ith him. She would
want to take fourteen satchels and a
trunk, and would be growling all
the time about her lost band-boxes.
LOOKING FOR A POLICY.
The Democratic party is flound
ering around- as usnal, for some
policy that will command the confi
dence of the people. For the past
fifteen years it has been engaged in
the same business, but every policy
it seizes upon carries it lower and
lower in public estimation. The
nearer it approaches Republican
principles the closer it comes to to
tal extinction. -If its policy is to
be the policy so long adhered to by
its opponents, how can it justify its
former opposition or make the dear
people believe that its present pro
fessions are honesty? If the prin
ciples of the Republican party are
right, and deemed of sufficient im
portance to incorporate into' the
Democratic platform, why should
the old party that has been loyal to
these principles give way to a party
that has been hostile to them for
years past The nearer the Demo
cratic party comes to the policy or
the Republican party, the less reas
on can it show for seeking the de
feat of the grand old party of hu
man rights. The sooner the empty
shell of Democracy is buried from
sight, and the loyal material which
still clings to the name becomes in
corporated in the Republican party,
the better it will be for the interest
of the nation. We respect the spirit
which prompts a man to stick to a
sinking ship as long as there is
reasonable hope of saving the vessel
or cargo. But when the old hulk
becomes water-logged, and a friend
ly ship bears down upon it to res
cue its helpless passengers and crew
it is sheer folly to insist on being
strapped to - the pumps and go
down with the old wreck. Come
gentlemen ! cease this foolish effort
to galvanize the Democracy to new
life. A new name cannot restore it
any more than a coat of paint can
make a rotten plank sound. The
people have no objection to the
name, but tbey have a healthy aver
sion to the material which it repre
sents: Changing the lame cannot
deceive the people. They know all
about Democracy; sll about its past
glory and its present shame. Tbey
have had enough of it, and don't
want any more for the next century
at least. The time mav come when
the Republican party will take a
back seat in the Government of the
nation, but not until some nobler
party comes forward to relieve it.
The elements of reform, progress,
morality and patriotism, are with
the party to day. The people know
this, and for this reason they en
dorse the party as the very best
that offers peace and security to the
LOOK OUT FOR POLITICIANS.
The Democratic politicians of the
West have lately develpoed a won
ful inclination for farming. Fellows
that have hitherto lived on their
wits and followed the Democratic
party into the last ditch, hare sud
had a new revelation, which directs
them to the shovel and the hoe to
retrieve their lost fortunes. They
call themselves farmers, and borrow
their neighbors' reapers to ride
through the town upon, so as to im
press the lovers of agriculture with
the idea that they belong to the Pat
rons of husbandry. True, few of
these newly fledged farmers can tell
the difference between a cabbage and
a turnip; but in their shirt sleeves,
with a sythe thrown over their shoul
ders, or perched upon an ox cart,
just ag their neighbors pass home
from the post ofllce.it would require
close inspection to detect the bun
gry politician beneath the diguise
oi an nonesi oia larmer. ' But we
advise the genuine farmer , to keep
a sharp eye upon these brok'eidown
political hacks who, with gad-stick
in hand and clover seed in their
hair, come knocking at the door of
the granges, seeking admission as
farmers bent on reform. The re
form these gentleman want is some
fat office at the hands of the farm
ers. It these sudden converts to
agriculture are found prowling
around a neighborhood, talkin
loud ovcr.the wrongs of the farmer
and the nobilitv of his ancient call
ing, offer them a spade or a hoe, or
ask them to hold the plow, for the
day, and the farmers of that section
will see them no more forever. Look
out for these Democratic politicians.
Just now they are desperate enough
to creep in anywhere. . To watch
tuem is to protect an organization
that has much of merit and good
sense in it.
VISITORS TO NIAGARA.
The number of visitors to Niag
ara this summer is siad to be the
fewest of any previous season. This
can be accounted for in some meas
ure by the new places of summer re
sort opened to the public; but the
main reason that Niagara is shun
ned is because of the extortionate
charges of the hotels, which seem
to Lr.ve no limit, and the cupidity of
land-owners, who have "fenced in1
every little spot of ground from
which a site of the falls can be ob
tained, and charge an 'entrance fee,'
as at a show.
The managers of the Daily
Graphic announce that their bal
loon is now nearly ready and thatl
it will probably start sometime be
tween September 1 and September
12. Arrangements have been made
with the weather bureau for a prompt
receipt of signals, and if these prove
satisfactory deOuite notice ol the
time of starting may be given from
24 to 36 hours in advance. The
balloon will first be partly inflated
in order to test its power of holding
gas, and then emptied, preparatory
to its final inflation, which must be
rapidly done- We wish the enter
prising newspaper managers and the
adventurous teronauts perfect suc
cess in their bolb experiin ent
Father Allen will defend the fugi
tive slave law in an able manner dur
ing the campaign.
Brick Pomeroy attributes the de
cay of the Democratic party to tlte
advancement of temperance reform.
The Hon. Sam-Cox, it now ap
pears has not yet been put in nomi
nation for Congress in New York.
Gen BrinEerhoff having run
100 time as a brevet-general is now
trying the brevet-Calmer dodge.
Hon. William Allen carpet bagged
from North Carolina to Ohio. Cant
the Democracy let fall some observa
tions about carpet baggers.
Hon. Wm. Lawrence, of Bellefon-
taine, will address the people at
Kenton, on Monday evening, Sept.
22, on the issues before them.
Allen's loud voice at Columbus
frightened his hearers and they fled
before he was through, to escape
. Bill Allen, Democratic candidate
for Governor of Ohio is a free trader.
That means that our manufacturers
tre to have no protection for home
1 he Hon. William Allen told one
of his Democratic friends that his
Columbus speech was not what he
wanted to speak or intended to
speak. Who gagged him? Take off
the gag and let him speak out
It means that our farmers are to
have no protection upon wool, for
free trade can not tolerate protec
tion on anything, hence, the Demo
cratic party of Ohio are opposed to
the wool interest.
"Roaring Bill Allen" ruffled the
rivers and shook the hills of Central
Ohio Friday night with the startling
announcement that all the people of
Ohio could not conveniently come
to Columbus in a body to pass laws,
and therefore it was necessary to
The decayed state of things de
veloped in the strongly Democratic
counties of Fairfield and Butler
shows the appropriateness of the
word "spoiled" as applied to the
Democratic organization by Mr.
Gen. Ewing's opinion that the
Democratic party has ceased to be
a fit instrument of reform, was no
doubt derived in part from the man
ner in which it has administered af
fairs in his own county. The deficit
there is $142,000.
There is a great deal ol talk now
about Bourbons, and our Democrat
ic friends should keep us advised
when they ' refer to the subject,
whether tbey mean Louis Phillippe
or Bill Allen. The French and
American Democratic Bourbons,
though, are about on a par as re
gards power. -
The State Grange of Wisconsin
farmers refused to nominate a State
ticket.and rebuked all attempts to
use the organization for political
purposes. As in Iowa and Minne
sota, the Grangers of Wisconsin are
satisfied with the position of the
Republican party on the questions in
which they are interested. '
'" This is the year in which Demo
crats propose to vote straight Not
any scratching, or "bloody chasms,"
tins time. Allen Uo. Democrat.
"Political bummers, Brinkerhoff-
ites and Liberals can take a back
seat this year,in the Democratic con
gregations, and on Democratic tick
ets. The Democrats have hung out
tneir sign ujno ljiDerais need ap
, The Treasury officials who con
tend that the return of the back-pay
by members of Congress does not
prevent them from sueing the gov
ernment in the Court of Claims for
the amount of their pay which they
have returned into the Treasury,
must hae rare ideas of law. Every
one of these members of Congress,
in drawing his back-pay, has given
a receipt in full for it, thus discharg
ing his claim upon the government
How can he sue for that for which
he has receipted in full?
COMPLIMENTAY TO THE OHIO DEMOCRACY.
J The Daily Graphic says the Ohio
Democrats have a positive genius
for blundering. They furnish all
the marplots, and are always the off-
oxen in the team:
"It was Ohio that invented cop
peiheadism,and fastened the first od
ium of the war, by aiding secession
on the Democracy of the country.
It was Vallandigham and his Ohio
confederates who defeated McClel
lan by nailing the peace plank to
the Chicago platform and pledging
the party to an unpopular and un
patriotic proceeding. It was Mr.
Pendleton, of Ohio, who invented
the greenback heresy which frighten
ed the nation from the Democracy
as from a camp stricken with the
plague, It was Ohio that prevent
ed the nomination of Judge chase
in 1868. In short, almost every
misfortune that has befallen the na
tional Democracy has resulted from
the purblind nolicy and miserable
blundering of the Ohio Democrats.
And this last act shows that they
have learned nothing from their re
peated mistakes, and that their pas
sion for blundering is stronger than
ever in death. No wonder that the
Republicans flatter and caress the
Ohio Democracy, to whose persis
tent blundering they are indebted
for the defeat and disgrace of their
old enemy, if not for their own sue
One cannot help being amused at
the efforts of Democratic organs to
prove that there is a division in the
ranks of the Republican party;while
at the same time the Democracy are
riven into Iragments, lighting as to
whether they Bhall retain their old
blood stained name aud treason-in
The St. Louis Republican is the
organ or the Western Democracy
and regards Father Allen as follows:
"He was, we believe, a Breckin
ridge Democrat in 1860,and as long
as anybody kept sight of him, be
longing to the ncver-forget and
never -learn branch of the hard fisted
democracy. He stands about as
much chance of election as of living
another hundred years."
WAR RECORD OF WM. ALLEN.
Extracts from the Hamilton Speech of
Col. Wm. Allen, Delivered September
The speaker began:
Three years a?o this country was
free the country was prosperous,and
over every acre of its sou there pre
vrled law and order.peace and hap
piness. And then after a few more
int oductory remarks in fccepin
with the first sentence uttered, he
continued. Instead of security
which this (peace) gave, and which
was enjoyed by every citizen, we
are now endangered for no other
crime than for our opinions to have
ow houses entered at midnight by
armed men, and our people taken
off to be tried not before a jury,
but before a military inquiiition,and
for the crime of thinking, and con
demned to exile.
Now what do they (the North)
want to do: lbey want to bnn
the negroes back to the North to
make room for him, to send as many
white men of our people as tbey can
to the war to be killed, flow, my
friends, I never justified this rebel
lion, nor did I ever justified the in
termeddling spirit that gave bein
to this rebellion. These Abolition
ists say slavery is the cause of the
war; 1 say it is not I hey say slave
ry ought to be exterminated; 1 say;
it ought not Cheers.
Now mv friends, I tell you that
never justified this resort to arms,
because I have believed that if one
more appeal had been made to the
public since, the Democratic party
would have acquired sufficient
strength to have prevented this ter
The Chic.igo platform was a de
claration of war and hostility to the
people of the South, as being the
owners of slaves, lhat platform
wot the true origin of this tear,
When they advanced that platform
and placed their candidate upon
the South saw that their safety con
sisted in resisting his election at
the polls.and the whole fifteen States
voted in a solid body against him
Now, Mr. Lincoln, be it remembered
came in as the first President upon
What could the South do? The
North had shown that it not only
had the power of. seizing on the
whole country, but the Government
and the south barely stood by-
knowing what they had to expect
at the hands of their masters. What
could the South do. if Lincoln and
his gang chose to pass laws to abol
ish slavery? What use would it be
for the South to ssv. "Oh, herc'i
the Constitution?" Mr. Lincoln had
nothing to do but to say, "1 don
so construe the Constitution; I. A.
Lincoln.being elected by the North
ern States, have a right to do what
1 please with the (southern states.
What could the south do? There it
was. Now, who ever heard of a man
willing to baud his rights and inter
eBts subject to the will, caprice and
pleasure of another man? I put
that question to you in regard to
your own private affairs.
We put down South Carolina nu
lification, and how? By calling out
73,000 men No. By murdering
seven or eight hundred thousand
men. By making a million and
half of orphans in this country?
That 8 not the work that Democrats
have done. These bloody scenes
were reserved for the Abolitionist
The lndianopolis, Bloomington
and Western Railway earned 939,000
in the lirsfc.week in August
"Which of the Allen factions shall
we perish with?" is the conundrum
puzzling Democratic and Liberal
heads. : '
The coming cotton crop is esti
mated at five million bales. The fc
male bosom should palpitate regu
larly at this announcement .
The Democratic papers are doin
what they can to promote Secretary
Delano s senatorial prospects by be
ginning to abuse him without stint
Thursday, August 21, 1873, will
be memorable as the day that the
work of laying the cable from Lis
bon, Portugal, to Rio Janeiro,Brazil
. Richison, the convicted murderer
at Xenia, sentenced to be banged in
Oct, has not eaten anything since
ftriday, the loth inst He persists in
the determination to starve himself
Miss White, residing near Bloom
field, in Muskingum county, was
thrown out of a buggy en route to
camp meeting lost Sunday, and had
Her bacK broken.
' The society formed by the girls
of the San Francisco High School
for the suppression of slang has
been disbanded. The Secretary says
it "played itself out" and "gave it
"Jury," said a Western judge,
"you kin go out and find a verdict
If you can't find one of your own
get the one the last jury used." The
jury returned a verdict of suicide in
the ninth degree.
A man lately learned what it was
to have insult added to injury, in
being first scared out of his wits bv
his horses running away with him,
and then arrested and fined for
driving at an illegal rate of speed.
The Wayne county Republicans
have three farmers on their ticket,
and John Sidle, the candidate for
Representative in the Legislature
has lived in Plain township lor forty
xne women oi Wyoming are in
arms, not socially but politically.
They propose to nominate one or
two ladies as candidates for the
Legislature, and support the party
wuicu ratines tue nomination.
A doctor of Portsmouth, N. H..
wants the -custom of tolling bells
lor lunerais discontinued. It has
depressing effect upon the sick, and
cannot prove a source of much en
joyment to the departed.
It is related that an Irishman
once visited New Hampshire, and
after having inspected the numerous
hills and mountain ranges, exclaim
ed : "Bedad! 1 never was in a couli
try before where they had so much
land mat tuey had to stack it.
The wild dogs in the woods near
Jamaica, l,. i., cou'inue to give a
good deal of trouble. Almost night
lyiney commit depredations upon
tne pigs and poultry of the farmers.
and travel through the woods.espec-
lany at nigut, is dangerous.
Mr. Pugh, in his recent sucecb.at
Cincinnati, pointed to the corrupt
practices of the Democratic officials
of Butler county, and now he can
refer with equal emphasis, to the
staunch and reliable Democratic Co.,
The smallest baby exhibited at
the SanFrancisco baby shows weigh
ed two pounds and a half. . It is
nearly two months old, and is to be
exhibited through the United States.
Captain A. M. Burns, of Mans
field, who has been nominated for
State Senator by the Republicans
in the district composed of Ashland
Lorain, Medina and Richland Coun
ties, is a nephew of the Democratic
candidate for Lieutenant Governor
and is praised everf by BrinkerhofTs
Ohio Liberal. . .-. .
A minister in a neighboring town
was greatly exasperated lately by a
cow which had made havoc in his
garden, and which had defied the
efforts of the boy who had been sent
to turn her out "Just wait till I
get this coat of divinity off, and I'll
drive you,you old cuss," said he,and
before the words were out of his
mouth the coat was thrown upon the
floor,and he went for that cow effec
tually. Major William Allen's last impor
tant public speech was made for
Vallandigham at Hamilton Ohio.
Sept 10th '63. The extracts from
it are full of the bitterest feeling
against those that were fighting for
the Union and yet the Cincinnati
Enquirer of the next day in report
ing it, said that it was a great effort
and'worthy of the retired statesman
in bis best das.' It furthersaid that
"the whole soul of Mr. Allen is en
grossed in the terrible struggle to
regain the liberties of the people of
The grasshoppers have attacked
vegetation in Iowa in a perfectly
overpowering way, devouring every
green thing they come to. The on
ly sure cure for the grasshopper
plague is the Digger Iudian. He
doesn't stop to broil or stew,or even
skin the grasshopper, but takes him
straightas the Kentuckian takes bis
Bourbon, nd raw,as the New York
er takes his oysters on a half shell.
But then, the Digger Indian takes
so many thing besides the grass
hopper, that the cure is worse than
It is related that a citizen ol La
fayette,Ind.,in passing over a bidge
in that vicinity, recently, observed
an individual busily engaged in
driving large spikes into the timbers
on the south side of it,at very short
intervals. He wondered at the time
what object the man could have in
v:ew,but upon going over the bridge
again, a few days latter, saw the
man carefully gathering up the
wisps of hay which had accumulat
ed on the spikes from the numerous
hay wagons which daily pass through
that side of the bridge.
The 'Fat Contributor' says the
healthiest town he ever knew he
came across out in Iowa last sum
mer, while Hie doctors went East to
attend a medical convention, neg
lecting to return for several weeks.
The doctors fouud when they did
get home that their patients had all
recovered, the drug stores had bust
ed, nurses had opened dancing
schools, the cemetery had been cut
up into business lots, the undertak
er had gone to making fiddles, and
tie villages hearse had been gaudily
painted and sold for a circus wagon.
. . .
Advice for Everybody that Costs Nobody
Lotions and cosmetics make a super
ficial coating o the skin, give an arti
ficial jiolor easily seen, but are vilely
destructive of the color, texture and
pliability of the skin itself. , Wrinkled,
haggard aud prematurely old looking,
exactly describe the appearance of those
who habitually "paint their faces." If
y6u would have the clear, transparent,
healthy and soft tinted complexion
which nature gives, free from pimples,
tan, freckles, or all other disfigurements.
use Hand Sapolio the most effective
and Iraerant toilet soap ever manufac
tured. Sold by all dealers at 10 and 15
cents a cake.
On Auk. SUL at the residence of the bride1
rather, bv Kct. M. P. Forelsontr. assisted br
Rev. W. M. Eaton, Mr. LEVI BUCI1KK. of
.'anon, unio, to ataa samad iua EB,
Tg. Clerics & Sclioo Officers
Notice is hereby riven to all School Officers
whose duty it ia to take the Enumeration of
loutn aud make returns of the saiae to this of
fice, that mors cart and dilliaemam mnt tw strt.
ched than what has recently been the practice
ui a large purxiuo oi tue kuo-aismcts ana town
ship. The Township Clerks should exercise
more supervision of the work of takinjr the
enumeration, in order that the number of
ioutn Belonging to tne different Townships
and Ranires mav be orooerlv reoorted in thn
Townships entitled to draw Section 16 fastis,
and the local Directors throughout the county
are especially requested to devote sufficient at
tention to this important matter, to avoid the
errors that have become so freqnent in recent
years. It is hoped that all parties interested
win properiy neeti me importance or tnis mat
ter, and faithful! v uerform their entire dctv in
' J H. NEWTON. County Anditor.
juiiionunrg, u., sept, x, iota. . xws
WPP WASTE YOUR MONEY on worth
A less Humbugs. Have yon a sore?
n't nczlect it. Scrofulous eruntinnit nr nim.
Dies on the face, ervsinelas or itehinv At thn
asviu, wrcs, vices ui insects or ourns, cureu im
meaiateiy oy tne aok w ai oiktaiknt.
"Last winter I cut mv hand with iHmm Tn
flamation set in. The doctors wanted to cut
my nana on. xne norway ointment saved my
hand and mv life too. W. H. Hnimmi uac.
ings, Mich. One box $1, or a family right to
to agents to 'sell it, Ac Address HOLMES A
ussnavv WIU VIUUIITJUk MJM. III lT laiSC MM. I tV
Awarded by the
TO J. W. McKEE,
Embroidering and Fluting
'vi n i i-a cm .auas.
"It Is inrenions and will meet the wants nf
everj juairon in tne laud.
Exhibition o 1872..
John E. Gavit, Ree. See . P. B. Farnard. Pres.
famuel u. Tillman, Cor. See.
KM Yi.rlt Km 9fl 1079 -
This simnle and inroninm. mhin. i.1..
ful as the Sewing Machine, and is last becom-
iuk pup-uar wiin lauies, in the place of expen-
...wu(v "-- , ibs wvra wmg nncD non
handsome, requiring less time and not one-
tenth part the expense. IS a. lady's toilet is
now complete without iu A machine, with il
lustrated circular and full instructions sent on
receipt or ti.or finished in silver plate fori,15
,H" mciYe jManuiai'turina uh,
,-, . Broadway, Kew York
Dr. Garvin '8 Elixir of Tar.
recommended by regular medical practi-
Coughs, Catarrh, As Lb ma, Bronchitis, Spitting
iviiuii buii aiiirwiii bum MimrHJimii niriiini
, . vviwHiujimwu nun ui fiuimouary com
plaints. Scrofula, Erysioelas. OvaiteiMia an.l
Gout. Dysentery, Cholera Morbus. cholAra.
all II.ro. -.wi K.. i ' ,;7-.
Diseases, and all sffectlom nr ih nrinai nP'
gaus perfectly harmless free from mineral
alcoholic properties pleasant to take and
never Known to iaii--jnce 1 per bottle. Pull
particulars, with medical testimony and cer
tificates sent on auilicMLir..i. I.. V II Title
im icum ivenue, tew x orE.
The Beckwith 2Q Portable) Fa mil v
Sewing Machine on 30 Days Trial;
Many advantaires over all. Satisfai-tinn mar.
auteed or &J refunded. Sent complete, with
full directions, lion k with Kewintr Uar.liinA
cxj uiuaMiwHr, new 1 ora.
Darts from the Devil:
or. Cupid Abused,
Book just Issued
exposing the 'personals1
ttiat have appeared in the New York Newspa
pers; meir mstory anu lossou; stylish villians
ate men toueautllul women; clandestine meet
ings; how frustrated; the history of the Good
rich Trairodr the roinlfc nr uonuinaJ It.
uiiy wiwswi. Advertisements imin iiHtiner-
scription of living Broadwar statues. Exio-
ocial Cormbtion. Hani nit rK'fint nT MVtst
New York. ' ' '
Addresa Iniuna Printtnsr 11siikm Mi V . us
The New Remedy for Rupture.
A most imnortiint fnvuntinn. Sold liv th.
Elastic Truss Co No. eat llmadwav New York
City. It retains rupture alisolutely in ease and
comfort, night and day. at all times anil undor
circumstance, withuut any exception in
case, and should never be taken off during
short time requisite to effeot a permanent
cure. Sent br mall. Circulars free. Any drug
gist or Physician will order this new Trus for
without charge. KJsowly
JOHN P. DEAN,
Carpenters and Blacksmiths' Tools, Shovels,
Spado, Scythes, Snathes, Hoes, Foils and
Rakes, together with a large and varied stock
of Hardwire mud Cutlery, suitable for the
trade, at greatly reduced rates. . Sjl
The oldest and most reliable institution tor
obtaining a Mercantile Education. For Cir
culars write to P. DUFF A SONS,
8ml Pittsburgh, Pa.
-A.g'ents "Wanted J
To sell an article that every family uses. Prof
its are large and extra inducements offered to
agsnts wbo are willing to work. Apply or
send for oircular and terms to
Arizona Diamond Store,
SmJ ST Sixth street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
West India Polish Company.
WM. KIPP. MANAGER.
Manufactory, SBi Penn Avenue,
Manufacturers of the best Polish in the world
tor cleaning and restoring to its original lustre
Gold, Silver, Plated ware. Brass, Coppei, Bar
Fixtures, Glassware, JcomotiTes, Vire En
gines and any article that will receive a pol
ish. Local Agents wanted, to canvass this
town. Address as above, enclosing 38 cents
for sample and directions. 8ml
As the act March 3d. 1ST!, gives yon increas
ed Pensions if your disabilities have increased
I beg leave to say that if yon have REASON
tu un.L.jb a. mat your aisaoiuty ti as IN
CREASED the BEST WAX to TEST THE
MATTER is to ap:ly to me in person or by let
ter. Circular and '"Official Blanks" free and
nocharres unless successful Then legal fees
only. WM E. PRESTON, Army and Navy
Claim Agent, No. SU0 Superior St., Cleveland,
The Singer Sewing Machine
The Singer Jfann-
sold, last year, orer
than any other com
pany. Sold for cash
or good promissory
notes, or on monthly
dles and attachments
Ssans' kept tm hand.
Machines kept at Negelpach's Store.
WM. DOMER, Agent
Sm- MILLERSBURG, O.
Attention ! Everybody
ASD BUT TOUR
:" :m- -mS-. Ctwiaa
SHEET - IRON WARE
Of our own manufacture. Also dealers in
roagjit - M Foraaces
Manufactured by L. J. Uattison, Cleveland,
: ' We are Sola Manufacturers of :
PATENT CHIMNEY - TOP
Gothic shape Prevents Chimneys from snok
Job Work of All Kinds
MADE A SPECIALTY.
' BEECLE BROS.,
In Courtney ft Appleton's Block,
4-ilf - MILLEB3BURG, O.
B. B. Dohku.lt.
B. Barrett & Co
Sheet -Iron Work
Castings for Crist and Saw
And all kindsof BrassCastingt and Steam Gas
nim auu ittiiigg Kept constantly
Steam Engines & Boilers
Notice of Attachment.
Uiarles B. Ferrell 1 Before Wm. Huronh-
her husband, defnta. j
Maria Ralmartcn and c Hulmpji Cnnnt iihin
On the 90th dav of Ane-nct. 1RT1 l !.:
nwrui wonuii in tne aoove ac
tion lor the sum of tine lliinilrftd n4 s-...,.
Turn I 111 H .. - TI 1 II t .-a 1. -..... . . '
Black Crack, Holmes Co-O.
Aug. 87.1873. 4.8,8
Nancy Dial, Plaintiff,
Andrew Dial, Oliver Dial,
William DiiiL John lii
Liiitlie Frazer an1 James
Frazer her husbanO, Sarah
White antl Ia'wis White
In the Court of
Comtts, and James Mc
Conibs her hnsband, James
viler, Harvey Hnv.ler.
John Pnvder, Will. am
Snyder, Mary Snyder, Mar
tha iSnvder. heirs of Julia.
Snyder, deceased, Dei a' Is.
John Dial, oi Marshal Annntr fn.iiamti
drew Dial. James Siiy.ler, HarvvSuvdur, Juhn
Snyder, William Snyder. Mary Snyder. Martha
twii-ivr, yi '" cuun.y, iuws, Mi raft White
and Lewis W hite her husband, of Knox coun-
, vinu, uiiTvr swum, nniiam uiai, ijtddie
fcrazcrand Jitine Kruzpr hxr hntt.nnri iri...
iiein jnctomm ana James McCombs her hus
band. Ol llolmOH COIIIltV. Ollili. thn hMlM.ar.
law of Valentine Dial, d'coiued, will take no
tice that auetition was tilts) manint tiir n
theKthday of June, A I. 18M, iu the olllcooC
Llerk of the Court of Common Pleas, with
in and lor tuo eountv of Ho) ium mn.i Mi.rs. nr
wniu, uy nancy ifiai ana la now pend.hjr,
wherein said Saury Dial asks for the assign
ment of dower in the following; described real
estate, sltnate in said county of Holme, to
quarter oi swtion two (8), township eight (8),
ran ire elaht(B). in the militarv district, mh.
to sale, at Zancsville, Ohio, containing
t'lffuiynve (ou; acres, te me tame mure or
And at the Bei.trmhor erm of mid r'nnrt nr
vrummoo neas, i9,saia Nancy Dial will ap
plv for alignment of dower and such other
relief as sua may be entitled to.
, J. J. ilf ,
Attxirufvi fnt Plain
June Wth, UT. . . jw
A MAMMOTH STOCK
C A S H
Boot & Shoe Store.
This stock of Goods was purchased di
rect from the Manufactory, at
the BOTTOM CASH
- PRICES of all
Of the BEST MAKERS OF GOODS
IS ; THE MARKET. Our
Price are far below
any others in the
-A.s to Quality.
Our Terms are
CASH 4 BOTTOM PRICES!
ONE PRICE TO ALL.
"Fur & Square Dealing !"
IS OUR MOTTO.
QT All can be suited in our stock.
HTMen, Boys, Women, Misses, Chil-
19dren, Youth, Ac. In fact, we have
the goods, and we propose to save
tyyou 25 per cent, upon all goods
HT bought of us, for the truth of which
lyplease call and see before making
' No. 2, National Bank Building,
z MILLERSBURC, O.
Aug. 25, 1873. 2m3
T "MTTT VATTP'
FIFTY PIECES OF
To be closed out at 25 cents per yard.
norm w cents per yard, (ioou
styles and colors.
Only 25 cents.
Also, a large line of Fine and Fancy I
At Reduced Prices.
25 PIECES OF
And other Worsted Goods, at 15 Cents
per yra. a lot or
other lines of good sold at reduced
OrCall and ses if these things are so,
Coniaarolal Block, aflllanuarf, Ohio.
o o o o o o O O O O O O O o
hx ot b o bi fe b 6 o e b bi
c o c o s cn o 5 5t o o 5
ooooooooo o o oo
oo o oi r sw v oe -s -4 -s eo
osieasoiM -so- otoias
9S s o
ft 2.01 "S
r r .
M - a
Special Tax for School and School House Furpoaea.
On ioint sub-district in Richland Townshln to Knox CUmntr. thr la a
I Special levy of 12 mills on the dollar.
On the territory in Hardy Township annexed to Millersbarf Tillage, a
Special levy cf 7 1-10 mills on the dollar.
On the territory In Washington Townshin annexed to Lnndonvnie vtllaire. a
Special levy of 6 1-2 mills on the dollar.
Office open from 8 o'clock A. M.
Millebsbubg, August 21, 1873.
GRAND CLEARANCE W
the Old Stock in the house, to
make room for the large
Secure, some of the
1 Yl fTWT
I SlillR Sill
Go to Shrimplin & Coffey's for
SH0E Une d y00. not fail to Setit reduced prices.
Go to Shrimplin & Coffoy's and examine their well aeWUd atwV
at panic prices.
Go to Shrimplin & Coffey's lor Men's Boots at $3 00.
Go to Shrimplin & Coffey's for Boots and Shoes, yery cheap.
Go to Shrimplin & Coffey's for the best Home-mada f!lf ttnni
in the County.
Go to Shrimplin & Coffey's for
Go to Shrimplin A Coffey's for
Go to Shrimplin A Coffey's for Men's Slippers at 50cta.
Go to Shrimplin 4 Coffey's for Men's Shoes at $1 25.
Go to Shrimplin A Coffey's and saye 20 per cent in your inytst- -
Go to Shrimplin fc Coffey's for
NGS at the lowest prices.
LOWER PRICES ATT
SHRIMPLIN & COFFEY.
until 4 o'clock P.M.
Treasurer of Holmes County, Ohio.
-Great Bargains we are
anvthine' Ton want in thn ROOT
Women's Carpet Slippers at 40cts.
Women's Button Shoes and Gait
- . -
best stock of LEATHER and FIND-'
E. H. Strubbo,
V V naaornoiaiaa aaa adjoiaiacconaliM,
that h i. prepared M do all work la kn liac
ana puum wwiaiMtloa.
Harness Made to Order.
Ha haa the rlrht inp thu nnnntv for th
Mob but tho bast workaioa aatployod.
E. H. STRUBBE.
Borlla.O.. AOS. 88.181. ' ltf
& anv iwiv or rauaui to nut i im
iraphiof. J aav. opaaod a oollf vkcre
be tanrht, I will naraata rooA utua-
tioiia or refund aioo7. If aot procured, for
J. U. UAHrBKLI
PROPRIETOR OF THK
MUIersliiirE FflrnltnrB Booms
TH" ;obrriber to proparoa to 811 ordm of
X all kinds in his lina- with r.nu.i.-.. i
dupatca. 11. kop ooaataatly ea haad.
ILL RLDS OF FURNITURE
Front th ehMnast o.allt. a. tk.aMt ii.
tie cheaper than toe tame article caa be nr-.
oared elsewhere. A apleadid artiole of
Kept eonstantlT oa aaad.
asTK-PAIaUKa KoaUr Dm oa aborf
Special atteatloa flvoa to th as la tot es
Metallle. Krveltlor and Walnut ra. v...
constaaUr on band. Costa maaafnetiired to
order. T wo (ood . House k.Dl ooaaanaa. fc.
radiaM to attend eaU.