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f Holmes County Hepublican
Uiuxbsbcro, (X, : t . -Snrr. 3, 1873.
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Arrival and Departure of Mails at the
Going Korth, 1.13 a.m.
Going Soeta, Ix.a8p.am,
piraBT rto- ernes.)
Going North, 1.10 p. m.
Gain-Booth, ..1x40 as.
From Coshocton, Mondays, Wednesdays and
radars, at .u p. m.
Tuesdays, Thursday! and Saturdays, at 1M aja.
From Canal Dover, ria SbaaesTille. Walnut
Creek and Berlin, Moedays, Wednesdays
and radars, at is js.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 1-OOp.m
From New Philadelphia Tia RagersTflle, Kew
jtedloro, nattuio, eat, pasiiraaya, at a m
' Saturdays, atl p. m. fc 'f
From Koehs Tia Benton, ML Hope, etc, Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, at ( p. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at T a. m.
Faint Valley Arrire and Depart Wednesdays
. . ana oaturaays.
Oane Honrs tram a, m. to 6 p. .
T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
County Central Committee.
The Members of the Republican
County Central Committee will meet at
the office of Dr. Boss, on Saturday af
ternoon, at 2 o'clock for the transac
No mention is made of oats in the
Premium List of the Holmes county
Agricultural Society for 1873. The
same premium will be paid on oats as
on barley. Also, best pair woolen
blankets $2,00; second best $1,00.
Oats. G. F. Newton, Sec'y.
Vr. Boss Hall our enterprising Pho
tographer has prepared a Family Record
which for beauty and taste excels any
thing we have yet seen. He has secured
a copyright, and will soon have the
work ready for agents to take hold of
it. It is photograph work, and is de
signed to be framed. It will make a
handsome parlor ornament.
New Eating House.
privilege oi opening an Eating; House
at the Depot. We caa aay to the travel
ling public that they will be well cared
for and supplied with every thing that
any one might wish for. The noon
train stops here for dinner. As yet
Mr. Weston has not got fixed up, but
will be in a few days. This we can say,
that everything will be gotten up neat
and cleanly. .' .
Prof. J. C. Ridge.
During the session of the late Teach
ers' Institute Prof. f. C Ridge of Cin
cinnati, who was employed by the In
stitute, gave two entertainments in
Town Hall, one on Saturday evening,
Aug. 23rd and the other last Thursday
evening. The audience each evening
was an intelligent one, and were well
entertained by the Professor. His read'
lngs were mostly humorous, and were
very well tendered. His delineation of
character Is fine, his voice .clear, al
though not very strong and powerful.
A few pathetic pieces were read, the
effect of which was good. The Pro
fessor is an excellent teacher, and an
earnest worker. He was the life of the
Institute. . . ,:.
The New Time Card.
By reference to the new Time Table
of the Cleveland, Mt. Vernon & Colum
bus R. R. it will be seen that we now
have six trains a day, three each way,
all of which carry passengers. The
Cleveland Express leaves that city at
8 :30 a. M., arrives in Hillersburg at 12 :
23, and reaches Cincinnati at 10:20 t.m.
The Cincinnati Express leaves Cincin
nati at AO A.M.,arrives here at 3 :15p.m.
and reaches Cleveland at 7:30 p. m. The
fare over this route is the same as over
the C. C & C, and is a more beautiful
country to travel through than by way
of Crestline. The fare has been reduced
considerably. - On Monday the new
schedule went into effect. Conductors
Gams and Peebles have been assigned
these trains. We congratulate them on
their promotion. They are accommo
dating and gentlemanly conductors.
Engineers , Sargent, and Logan take
charge of these new engines. Rice goes
back to his old position as engineer on
the morning Express. Our road now
means business. . It will be one of the
most pleasant lines to travel on in the
State.: It is smooth with the exception
of a short distance where it is not yet
completiy ballasted. Our citizens are
much rejoiced that the road has finally
been opened up directly with Cincinnati.
By leaving Cincinnati in the morning
at 6 o'clock we can arrive at Millarsburg
at 3 35 p. M. There is no change of cars
from Cincinnati to Cleveland.
The cars are labeled Cincinnati and
Cleveland via., ML Vernon and Akron.
We congratulate Gen. Jones, the Sunt
and the other officers, upon the comple
tion of their road. We know that it is
their intention to make the road first
class in every particular. '
Lang keeps the best flour in town
The Combination Family Atlas
of Holmes County.
Mr. J. A. Caldwell and his men are
canvassing and making surveys of this
county for the purpose of getting up a
New Family Atlas. This work will
will contain a distance table, historical
sketches ot the county from its first
organization up till the present time.
A State and County map will be given
also. A TJ. S. Map w ill be given, show'
lng the location of all the different
States and Territories with all of its
principal rivers; fcc Each and every
town will be shown on separate plans
giving the location of the house and
the owners names on the lots. The
townships will be given on separate
pages, showing farm and farm line.
houses, lanes, springs, spring streams,
all the roads, churches, school houses
It will also give a general advertising
Business Directory, giving an adver
tisement for every man's business. We
hope that Mr. Caldwell will receive suf
ficient patronage to justify its publica
tion. If all of our citizens will lend
their patronage to this home enterprise,
this work will be published. But if not
it caa not be published. We earnestly
hope that all of our enterprising citi
zens will aid in this valuable enterprise.
When finished it will be a eeneral ad
vertisemeut throughout all parts of our
land of general improvements of the
county, snowing its mineral wealth
Dreau as wen as at nome. .
Finest five cent Cigar in town at
Our County Fair.
County Fairs have done much to im
prove the Stock, Machinery .and Agri
culture of our county, -during the .past
decade, and will do just aa much for it
in the future. There must be someplace
to show these improvements and coun
ty fairs are just the most convenient
and most appropriate places for so do
ing. Our people, cannot but recognize
the benefit these meetings have been in
the past, and if they will calmly con
sider the subject, will recognize their
necessity for the future. Progress and
improvement is the watchword, now
ever, and in no department of industry
is this more apparent than in agricul
ture and the mechanic arts. Then we
say, let our people take a pride in these
exhibitions and make them an honor
and a credit to the county r-an honor
and a credit to themselves. Show as a
good county fair, and we will show
you a live, enterprising and energetic
community, just such an one as will
keep pace with the times and reap all the
advantages to be rained thereby. We
hope our people will not lag in their in
terests this year, in fact let it be said
after the exhibition of 1873 is over, that
a better fair was never held in Holmes
county. The managers are doing their
share, let the people come nobly to their
support and we will not be afraid to
venture that our good people can throw
many of the older and more populous
counties In the shade, this year. Let
us all try and keep on trying until the
time for the fair arrives. See your
neighbors, talk the matter over with
them and see what they will do. Try
and have them do something and be
sure and do something yourself. Men,
women, and even children can help
make a good fair. Let it be done, and
all that assisted in the work will be the
happier for it.
His Fun Was Spoiled.
The Orrville Crescent tells of a young
man who wanted to gain fame by walk
ing a rope stretched across the main
street of that village on Wednesday
last. When in the course of his prepa
rations, and about . to attach, a "guy
rope" to the main rope, the clothes line
by which the daring gymnast had been
hoisted to the lofty position broke, let
ting him "drop- twenty-five feet. He
landed on his feet, and sustained no in
juries ether than a few sprains. The
Crescent facetiously remarks "By the
accident at four o'clock the young man
probably saved bis life at slx.n , , r,
The State Fair.
This is the second year of the State
Fair at Mansfield, and though the ex
hibition was very creditable to the lo
cality last year, the managers bespeak
for it this year far greater success, and
a much more extensive exhibition. The
Mansfield papers speek In the most san
guine terms of the prospects for one of
the best fairs ever held in the State. Let
our people take an interest in its suc
cess, and go over in large numbers, and
do their full share in making it
such. We have been told that the first
few days have given indications of a
large attendance and a good showing
in all the different departments. The
fair will close Friday. A good many
of our people have already gone and
more will go to-day and to-morrow.
About Local News.
A great many people think that a
newspaper should have about a page of
local news whether anything happens
or not. Deluded mortals : local editors
tcannot make people break their necks,
commit .suicide, run away with their
neighbors' wives, or do any of the ex
citing things which go to make up ma
terial out of which the local reporter
delights to weave paragraphs to be
served up each week with his readers
coffee and cakes.. Furnishing domestic
news where there is none is very much
like extracting blood from a turnip. It
is no more than fair however, that those
who growl at the local news ia their
village paper, should stop and think
whether they could not have given the
editor an item or two worth printing,
and if so let them hold their peace and
growl at their own remissness.
The Detroit Tribune says : If there is
a busy place in the world IMs the farm
house in America during June and July.
There are thousands of cases where one
woraau does all the labor of thhouse,
besides having the out .of One or two
, ... , 7 ' . ' '
cnuuren, uuring mis not, uusy season ;
and we blush to add that in many in
stances the men are too heedless to ren
der her such ' assistance as they could
easily perform in the mornings, noons
and evening. It would lighten her toil
and lessen her steps, if the fruit and
vegetables were brought In from the
garden in the morning ; 1 the water
was drawn from the well for cooking
purposes : if the reservoir on the stove
was filled ; if the wood . was brought
close to the stove; if the. slops were
regularly taken to tu compost heap ;
the skimmed milk brought from the
milk room. These chores, might all he
done by the men ami boys tlnrjng the
leisure moments before meals and at
We know of no habit to which men
addict themselves that deserves to be
reprehended in stronger terms, than the
habit of prolanity. so prevalent is
this habit among the meu and boys of
our town that one cannot help bnt ob
serve it, and feel pained and grieved by
it. To those' -nnaccustomedto the use
of profane language themselves, it is
very unpleasant to have to listen to
others who compromise the purity of
their utterances by a rfusion of terms
of such inelegance'. ''Aside from the ut
ter usclcssness and inutility of such
language, it argues a defect in training
and a disrespect for the rules of men
and the Laws of God, hardly' to be ex
pected in this day of enlightenment.
Xot only is profane swearing sinful on
the part of the individual, but it is a
bore to community an evil in society.,
It is corrupting in ftstcndency adiflii
fluence. Xo one can long maintain
virtuous feelings and exercise healthy
moral notions and intentions, who in
dulges much in profanity. This habit
is most always associated with other
evil ones. It is the nrecursor of intem
perance. Profanity Is theMiterarirrVbr'
the saloon and whicky shop. It re
moves from the heart the finer and.bct
ter feelings of our bighcr naturei-j It
substitutes licentiousness for chastity-
creates morbid and vitiated appetites
in short, perverts our whole nature and
renders us an easy prey to the vilest and
filthiest habits. Mothers,! are yon eon-
tent to have yonrUlttla ones learn to
blaspheme aud take the, name of their
Creator in vain? Are you not afraid
that ere long they may curse aud re
vile you, as do their profane fathers
and brothers now sometimes t ; O, let
us discouraged this wicked habit when
ever and wherever we can, and endeav
or to erase Its terms from the vocabula
ry of our language. "Evil communi
cations corrupt good manners." Ee-
IN TOWN AND OUT.
(loth for a baker dough-skin. :
Music by handle a street organ.
Bolt upright a balloon ascension.
A black subject the coal question.
What a barber musn't do lather
All kind of pictures at Hall's gal
The best weather for cabmen fare
Aa awful swell the cheek after a
Power of evil a power of attor
ney. Presbyterian Social Thursday eve
ning in "arK,
Shadow pictures at Hall's Gallery,
A top is like a home-snun suit, be
cause it is maue to num.
Xew apples are one dollar and ten
cents a quart. Ten eente for the apples
ana a uoiiar tor tne doctor.
A Lancaster barber uses a razor
said to be over a hundred years old.
snowing that it has reached a good old
The Norfolk papers describe a chest
wnicn irequents a Hotel in rMittolk. it
is probably only the liquor inu-spectre,
The best, most desirable and lartrest
stock of frames and mouldings can be
round at Courtney Appleton's. tf
Gen. Kent Jarvis, of Ma&sillon, has
given the colored people there a lot up
on wnicn to nulla a cuurcn. -
Hon. A. T. Brinsmade was publicly
caned in Cleveland on Thursday. The
bead was golden.
Mr. 3. A. Tllton. of ML Vernon.
has just been appointed Assistant Au
ditor oi theC.il:. V. &C.R.R.
Don't fail to go and get some of
those beautilul Crayon photographs,
made by Courtney A Appleton's. . tl
Mr. Wm. Bonar. or Knox eonnty is
the Prohibition candidate for Senator in
Stock men are on the road. Soon
we'll hear the squeal of the porker and
the cry of ln, . ho:
Some of our yonng bloods have
found themselves in the lockup. of
Allen is reported to be preparing a
great campaign speech in defense of the
fugitive slave law. lie will next take
up the Missouri Compromise.
One reason why the world is not
reformed is, because every man is beut
on i el'orming others, and never tliinks
of reforming himself.
An exchange says that powdered
nitre, moistened with water, applied to
the face uiglit and morning, will re
move all traces of freckles.
Notwithstanding all they sav against
it there is not an editor in the State
who would refuse to receive "back pay"
Two couples in Kansas entered into
a courting match for the championship
of the State, and the victorious couple
sat up forty-nine hours.
A Georgia "tracker" was offered
$4 per day to labor, when he exclaimed :
"Sir,- il'ye s'pose I'd work when I've
jest discovered a fresh coon track !"
A clergyman lately said that the
modern young ladies were not the
daughters of Sbem and Ham, but of
hem and sham . -
It is suggested that in building
railroads the rails should be heated red
hot, so that the workmen will lay them
A member of Congress, who con
descended to Attend a pic nic in Iowa,
sat down on a reserved seat, that had
been pre-empted by a hornet, lie did
not sit long. ,
An arithmetical question: If a
spooniul of yeast will raise fitly cents'
worth of flour, bow much yeast will it
take to raise m oney enough to buy an
other barrel with '!
Attention is called to the new time
table, showing the arrival and depar
ture of trains since the change on Mon
day. The mail from the North arrives
at 12 :28 a. m. aud from the South at 3 :15
A srreat stickler for etiquette savs
that no gentleman wo'dd ' ever commit
suicide, as he would never think of be
ing so impolite as to go anywhere be
fore be was invited. ;
We notice a great many persons are
engaged in tne business of holding
down store boxes. It may be a legiti
mate occupation, but tbe income is not
urge. . . ,
A cow that gives buttermilk is re
ported from Putnam county. Her own
er is looking for another of the same
breed, on tbe principle; that one good
churn deserves another.
We priut to-day on our. first page
the speech of Governor Noves, delivered
Lat Athens on Saturday. It was the first
gun in Ohio aud uiaue quite a loud
The precocious schoolboy ,who,quo
tioe from a distinguished statesman,
said he "knew no north nor south,"
was surprised to find himself put at the
bottom of the class in geography.
Orders of Job Work are coming in
thick and fast. Send your orders in and
we will execute them promptly and In
a satisfactory manner. We have ex
cellent facilities and good workmen.
Noyes lost his leg in the defense of
the Union, and Allen lost his character
in 1840 by pronouncing that soldier pat
riot, William Henry Harrison, a cow
ard. , ( .
. Our Band has sent for a new E. flat
horn. This will greatly improve their
playing.' They are organizing anew
and we hope our citizens would help
them in their etlbrts. ., . ..
Our merchants are now beginning
to receive new foods for the fall trade.
Let tbe people know tltrough the col
umns ot the kkpiblican wnat you
have for sale, and invite them to call
and see you.
' We are surprised that so few run
aways occur in town, as so many team
sters leave their horsv-s "tied loose" up
on our streets. Some of these chaps
will find out some of these days that
"Experience is a dear teacher."
Peach tree leaves bruised and ap
plied to wounds caused by a rusty nstil,
either on man or beast, are a sure pre
ventive against lock jaw, and one of tne
best applications to allay liil.animauou,
and to heal, that can be used.
Attention is called to the card of
the West India Polish Co., in advertis
ing columus; also tbe call for Local
Agents. It is the best polish ever man
ufactured, and will sell In every family.
Seud 25 cents for sample aud directions.
What colored hat Is fashionable for
Democratshis fall ?. JLast year they
wore white. Salem Republican. - .
Having "tine back- to antediluvian
times and men, they will wear the same
old bat witu crape on it.
Hon. Isaiah Pillars, a prominent
Ohio .Democrat, thinks Ins party has
survived its useluluess aud that its ac
tion last year was equal to a resolution
to disband. When IhcPillarsgive way
the edifice totters to its fall. , .
A Massillon man lost two of his
teeth the other dnv for kissine- a neivh.
bor's wife where lie went to borrow a
newspaper. Had he been a subscriber
he would have kissed his own wife and
saved his teeth.
- A teacher who in a fit of vexation
called her pupils a set of youns adders,
on being reproved for her talk apolo
gized by saying that she was speaking
to those just commencing their artili-
meuc. r t a . s .
Threshing Machines, Horse Powers,
Reaping aud Mowing Machines, Sulky
Hay Rakes, - Plows, , Road Scrapers,
Farm Bells, or castings of almost any
kind can be liought at the shops of the
Millersburg Machine Couipany,at great
ly reduced prices. 2.",tf
' Notwithstanding the fact that mill
ions upon millions of potato bugs have
lived and grown fat, this year, and,
contrary to all predictions anil expecta
tions, the prevalent opinion now is that
tbe potato crop will be unite fair this
fall. .. ., . , .-,-i
A few hot days last week.
Court commenced Monday.
Nicest assortment of Cakes A Can
dies at Lang's. - 3tf
Several prominent lawyers from
abroad were in attendance at the open
ing or court on Monday.
The Teachers' Institute proved to
be a very pleasant affair. It was in ses
sion two weeks.
When you come to town to get pic
tures, uon t stop until you ana louri
ney & Appleton's gallery corner Main
and .Depot sts. u
The City Treasury of Brooklyn N
Y. has been robbed to the amount of
303,000. Rodman late treasurer is tbe
quilty party. More Democratic hones
- For Soda, Pic nic, Lemon, Sugar
& Cream Crackers za to .Lane's ne al
ways has a fresh supply at Wholesale &
lie tail. 3U
The M. E. Church of Millersburg
will be dedicated Sabbath 28th,the dedi
catory sermon will be preached at 11
o'clock a. m. by Rev. T. F. Hildreth, of
the Michigan Conference.
Several of oar contemporaries
speak of the new post-office in this
county as "Black Bend." It is "Black
Band ;"so called from tbe abundance of
black band iron ore in tne vicinity.
We spoke of Has "Black Bend" for
tbe reason that we bad It directly rrom
the Department, and that was the way
it was spelled.
The Toledo WbeelinsB.Ii.by way of
Orrville has been all let to Mr. Walter
Shanly, contractor of the Hoosac tun
nel., o round was Droten at zoar a rew
days since. Tbe Chief Engineer is npw
locating the line, and has got several
mucs west or Orrville. .......
The Phrenological Journal for Sep
tember has a portrait, and sketch of
Prof. J.M. Kieffer, which speaks of him
in very complimentary terms. The
Professor is getting along nicely in
Nindusky. ue spent a lew days in
Millersburg not lonfr siaee.-...
The "Old Folks" denartment at the
coming County Fair, is creating consid
erable excitement. We learn that the
women as well as tbe mea are quite In
terested in the matter .preparing correct
copies of .their ages, and hunting up
tbe evidence of the numbers of years
they have lived in tbe county.
Tobacco of all brauds at Lane's. 3tf
For the best Syrup & N. O. Molas
ses go to Lang's. 3tf
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will hold their Social this week
ia the Park on Thursday evening. All
We have had beautiful weather for
x tew days past.
Vegetables of all kinds and of ex
cellent quality this year. Farmers will
be able to make a grand display in mis
department at the County Fair if they
only half try.
Z. T. Duer raised o)4 bushels of
wheat this season from z quarts sowing.
Some of It will be on exhibition at the
Go to Lane's Bakery for all kinds
of good Groceries &tProvlsiqns 3tf
The Holmes county Teachers' Insti
tute met in the High School room on
Monday the 18th of August, at 2 o'clock
m. Being called to order by Presi
dent Loos elected at the close of the
last Institute, they proceeded at once
to the business of organizing In the
absence of the Secretary and Treasurer
elected at the last term, Mr. Schwartz
was elected Secretary and Mr. Craw
ford Treasurer, both by acclamation.
To Mr. Crawford was assigned the task
of collecting the two dollar fee assessed
by the executive committee for tbe pur
pose of defraying the necessarily in
creased expenses of the prolonged
term, and in honor to Mr. Crawford it
must be said that he performed this un
pleasant duty nobly and well. In the
absence of Prof.' Kirkwood, caused by
dangerous illness, all tbe duties of the
instructors came upon Prof. Ridge,
Loos and Johnson. The work was ap
portioned as follows : Prof. Bldge took
charge of Reading " and " Arithmetic,
Prof. Loos took Grammar and Geog
raphy, and Prof. Johnson took Music,
Of course the original programme could
not be followed as most of those whose
names were thereon failed to put in an
appearance. As it wag the programme
for each day was about the same ; the
members having the benefit of an hour's
exercise on the above mentioned
branches each day. In connection with
these we had also exercises on spelling
every day; Alrred Fisber being the
happy recipient of the offered prize as
being tbe one who had spelled fewest
word incorrectly during the session.
The drill in this department consisting
in the spelling of twenty words each
day by tbe members. Mr. T. B. Moore
an old teacher in our county received
the second prize for spelling." There
were also exercises in the pronuncia
tion of words. This exercise was made
very interesting by Prof. Ridge who
really seems to be an adept in this re
spect. Our county teachers are really
not aware how far they are behind in
this very important branch of educa
tion. Some of the pleasantest times we
had were over the question box, which
was almost always filled to its utmost
capacity, and it was really amusing to
see the differences of opinions, that
wo aid arise after the opening of this
little box. Sometimes we lingered in
these interesting discussions almost two
hours after the time set for adjourn
ment. Every one was sorry when the
time drew near for the final breaking
up. Finally the last day came, and it
was one of tbe happiest of the term ; it
was then the prizes were awarded, and
the spelling contest was decided.
Among these prizes was one donated to
the Institute by Mr. R. Ballah and pre
sented to little Miss Laylander who
had been so kind as to play the organ
for us all through our term, and lroni
the way her small fingers handled those
keys, there Can be no doubt of her some
day becoming a remarkably pioficient
player. While we were transacting the
final business of our Institute the Jani
tor appeared with two very handsome
boquetswith cards attached, one to be
presented to tbe lady entitled to the
first honor in the Institute, tbe other
for the second honor lady. Straight
way there arose a question as to who
might be these favored fair ones. The
matter was put to vote and It was al
most unanimously decided by ballot
that Miss Lizzie Getz was entitled to
the first, and Miss Tabbiehaw to the
second honor. The President then with
a few appropriate remarks presented
the boquets to these ladies. Whereupon
the ladies immediately presented the
first honor boquet to Prof. Ridge, and
the second to Prof. Loos. Prof. Ridge
then made bis farewell remarks to. therl
Institute assuring them .that ha .never
enjoyed a season of Institute work bet
ter than when he came to Millersburg.
The Prof, wears well. Tbe more we
know of him the better we like him.'
When he Is at work he works hard, and
outside of tbe class room be is so full of
jovial humor that ' none' cau' fail to de
sire his company. There were not a
few sad looking countenances when he
made his good-bye speech.' After these
pleasant times we addressed ourselves
to business. The committee on nomi
nations reported !n favor of Prof. Loos,
A. Johnston aud J. Crawford as aa ex
ecutive committee for next year. We
then went into the election of officers.
Mr. A. Johnston was elected President,
S. J. O. Sterrett, John H. Crawford and
J. M. Given, Vice Presidents; Miss Mag
gie Harper, Secretary; E. J. Lewis,
The committee on Resolutions then
reported the following:
Bis elred, That this Institute is a sno
Bcsolved, That those in- attendance
will enter their school rooms with re
Resolved, That it is the duty of all
teachers in the county to attend its In
Sesolted, That any teacher absenting
himself from bis County Institute,
without a reasonable excuse, is deserv
ing of censure.
Bcsoltsed, That the wages paid our
teachers are not sufficient to command
the ablest talent for the school room
Sesolved, That premiums of the fol
lowing grades be given on spelling at
our next institute :
1st, best five dollars
The value of said premiums to be given
in educational works of their own se
Sesolted, That a vote of thanks be
riven the Board of Education of Mil-
fersburr for the use of their building
during tne present institute. -
A. Johnston, T. B. Moore,
N. H. Shutt,
Committee. Cleveland, Mt. Verson & Columbus R. R.
- Ho. 1. So. 3. So.5.
- No. 18.
Aac'ia. Ch. Kx. tocl't
lt.17 " ...
i 7ai .i
Holmesrille, 6,38 "
Frederick b'r. IM "
Anile Creek, 4,08
Orrrille, 6,55 "
Marehalrllle, 7,10 "
Clinton, 7,27 "
Nssr Portace, 7,48 "
Akron. 8.06 "
Cutd's Falls,&JS "
Hudson, S.05 "
Ko. IS. Sol S. No. 4.
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11,14 " 7,59 "
11,18 " 8,13 "
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Mt. Vernon, MO&m
Ml Liberty. COS "
centerbonc, 6,39 "
Con.lit. 57 " .
Sonbnrr,"- " 7,17
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Columbnt. 9.10 "
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Goins- South. Goina-North.
Clinton, . 6.43 pm 7.31am
Canal Fulton, 67 " 7.10"
Millport, . , 7.13 " 6J7 "
Ma&sillon, ;jir7J7" 6.41"
MASSILLON BRANCH. R. C. HURD, President.
G. A. JONES, Superintendent.
MIDDLETOWN, Aug. 20th, 1873.
Pursuant to a call of the Vice Presi
dent of the S. S. Union of Salt Creek
Tp., delegates from the several schools
thereor convened at the M. . church,
and resolved to bold a "Basket Picnic"
at Benton, on Saturday, Sept. 13th un
der the auspices of said union.
A cordial invitation is hereby exten
ded to all who desire to promote the in
terests and participate in tbe pleasures
of the S. S. cause.
M. Young. Vice-Prest.
J. S. Bevington. Sec'y.
The Hurd House.
The Uurd House m Orrville. is a nice
place for travelers to stop at. They are
kindly cared for and well treated. The
table is good, and the lodging comforta
ble. When In Orrville stop at this
house. i . "
Oh I wad some Fae tbe gift to gie us
To see oursel's as itbers see us,
Just go to Courtney & Appleton's and
sit for a Photograph and you have it.
is what we are
Silver Plated Ware at list prices. Tea
spoons, per set si fi'l'i, formerly ,au;
tablesspoons, $3,50, formerly $5,00 per
If you want any groceries, go to B.
J. Young. 52tf
Something new Crayon Photo
graphs at Courtney & Appleton's. tf
Reward of Merit.
The following strong certificate as to
the curative virtues of Miss Sawyer's
Salve, we clip from the Patten Voice:
" we are nappy to l'iy Derore our
readers the following cure, effected by
the use of Hiss Sawyer's Salve.
Mr. Silas Bryant or snerman, nas
been afflicted for years with what the
doctors pronounced a scrofulous cancer.
lie consulted tbe most skillful physi
cians in vain, and was finallj Induced
to try Miss Swyer's Salve and now af
ter using tbe forth box, he is entirely
cured, and enjoys perfect health, tf
Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery.
It is surprising what splendid pho-
toirraphs Courtney & Appleton make,
since they attended the Photographic
A Fine Picture.
If you want a fine picture already
framed, subscribe for tbe Illustrated
Peoples Monthly," pictorial paper for
the fireside. Pictures delivered from
four to ten days after subscribing. The
paper aud pictures can be seen at the
H. M. CUNNINGHAM,
If you want sood cisars, go to B.
J. Young. 52tf
Cameo pictures at Hall's Gallery.
18tf .. , , , .
persons knowing themselves in
debted to the undersigned will please
call and settle up. G. W. Hoy,
Uolinesville, O., Aug. i,73-iwu,
To Township Treasurers :
Tha Treasurers of the several town
ships are hereby notified that the recent
act of the Legislature for the "Reor
ganization and maintenance or com
mon schools," requires said Treasurers
to make Annual Settleuekt with the
County Auditor between the first and
tenth daps of September, and account for
all moneys received and the amount
paid out for school purposes, said
Township Treasurers arc required by
said act to present to the County Audi
tor all the orders redeemed, and all
vouchers for moneys paid out for all
School and School House purposes for
tbe preceding year. .
J. H. NEWTON.
County Auditor. Millersburg, Aug. 20, 1873--1w4.
Hall the people's Photographer, tf
B. J. Young keeps the best assort
ment or canuy in town.
Look to your Interest. If you want a
Sewing Machine go to the Messrs. Hull's
new room, nearly opposite the Post Of
fice, aud get a good oue, one that is easy
to operate and easy to run.- The cheap
est and best machine in the world nev
er out of order, and is universally liked
wherever known, and one that will last
a lifetime. 4L1"
Hall the people's Photographer, tl'
Don't put it off any longer. You
have no lease ol your life, so go at once
while you are redolent with health and
beauty to Courtney & Appleton's, and
get your picture taken. tf
On Sunday, Sept. 7th, trains will be
run as follows : Leave Mt. Vernon 7
A. at.; arriving at Millersburg 9:30.
Returning, leave Millersburv iSu P.
Leave Orrville 8 a. m.; arriving at Mil-
lersburs 9 :30. Returning, leave -am-
lcrsburg 3 :30 p. si. Excursion rates,
Xo further need of going to the
city to get a line photograph and frame
for Courtney .and Appleton can fill the
bill to a . u
We furnish Envelops with a Busi
ness Card thereon, nearly as cneap as
the blank envelopes can be purcnasea
elsewhere. . . .
To the Citizens and Coal Ctnnmen:
I have sot in a Buffalo Scale and am
ready to supply all orders at the Bank
All orders left at Tergin's Drag Store
will be promptly tilled. Clean coil and
honest weight guaranteed to all for
September 3, 1873.
WHEAT, White V bush,
WHE fl. Bed. S bush.
- - 140
- - 135
- - - " - ' 4o
CORX, Mr bush
RYE, - -BARLEY.
. ' . SOaWO
OATS, bush. . - . ,
CLOVER atSD, f& buaau, i
TIMOTHY feEED, -
- 1 50
r lai str.Li,
WHITE BEANS. "
HAY, 1 ton.
- - 11 00
EGGS, doz - - -
BITTER, (in roll) 9 lb.
HAMS. " - . .
SHOULDERS. lb -
DRIED APPLES, lb
DR1KD PEACHES. ' lu-
- i . IS
. . - 8
- r 75
- ' ' 1 60
3 60(34 00
RAGS, W lb.
SALT, f) bbL retail, -
n uu u, fi in. -
WOOD, per cord," -
Cleveland Money Market.
Cleveland Money Market. CLEVELAND. Sept. 3, 1873.
Tha folio win. are thoelasins- rates of SDede
i. . . . ... Bnrnur. Sellinar.
Gold .-, 115,, 116 -
SilTer larg-e . J llOa 0111
Silver small " 1U8 109
Sixes of 18B1, ex. coupons li' - - : 11SX
Five-Twenties lai - Uaa 117
Five-Twenties I1SS4) 116V .
Five-Twenties (18K5) old 118 - lis
Five-Twenties (la coaponsllSV 117
Five-Twenties (1HS7) coupons U8?f . Uf
Five-Twenties (1M) couuons 11? V 118k
Ten-Forties ex. coupons 113 . 1UX
CLEVELAND. Sept. 3, 1873.
Flour White XXX ..
" White XX
" Red and Amber
Rvi Flol r
4 50a5 00
Smoked Meats Hams
" Shoulders ..
" Bacon .
" Dried Beef..
Dried Peaches Peeled
Potatoas per bn
PITTSBURG, Sept. 2, 1873.
j.. ...... i.v....... si eo
Floub White XXX
8 00a8 35
7 50a7 75
" tnite aa
" -Red and Aniher...
Smokvd Meats Hams
Dried PracHES Peeled .
New York Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. 2, 1873.
( 50a8 00
" Superfine Western
fi 35a6 90
Errors of Youth.
A GENTLE MAX who saffered for years
from Nervous Debility, Pieniaiure Decay and
all tne effects o youthful iudiscretion will,for
the tsHste of suffering bumauity, send tree to all
who need it, the recipe and direction for mak
ing the simple remedy by which he wm ured,
sutferers wishing to profit by the atriverti&ers
exterienee caa do so by addressing, in irfect
confidence, j. JoiiN it, oGl
61iu3 ; f i 5a 42 Cedar street, Xew York.
Children Often Look Pale and Sick
from no other cause than having worms in the
stomach. ' .
wilt destroy Worms without injury lo tbe child
beiiiie Derfecttv White, and iree from ail enl-
oringor other injurious infi-edicutd aijty l
liwuiii nuriu ffrciJuraiiiULis
CUKTIS & BKOWN', Proprietors,
No 215 Fulton street. New York.
Sold by Druggists and chemists and dealers
in Alediciue at 25 cents a Box. 48yl
Thirty years' experience of an old nurse.
JtV. )Virutlop't Soothing Syrup ia the prcrip
tion of one of tbe best female Physicians and
Nurses in the United States, and bus been used
for 0 years with never-laiiiug safety and suc
cess by millions of mothers and ehHdren, from
the. feeble infant of one week old to tbe adult.
It corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
wind colic, regulates the bowels, aud gives
re:t, health and comfort to mother and child.
We believe it to be the best and surest remedy
in the world iu all cases of Dymmterand Ihar
rhma in Cftiidrm, whether itaiises from teeth
ing or from -any other cause. Full directions
for using will accompany each bottle. None
genuine unless the lac-simile of CWRTIS ft
PERKINS is on the outside wrapper. Sold by
all Medicine Dealers. 47yl
Household Panacea & Family Liniment
is tbe best remedy in the world for tbe follow
ing complaints, viz: Cramps in the Limbs and
Stomach, Pain in tbe Stomach, Bowels or Side,
Rheumatism in all its forms, Billious Colic,
Neuralgia. Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Fresh
Wounds, Burns.Sore Throat. Spinal Complaint
Sprains and Bruises. Chills and Ferer. For
Internal aud External Use.
its operation is not ouly to relieve the pa
tient, but entirely removes the cause of the
complaint. It penetrates and pervades the
whole system, restoring healthy action to all
its parts, and quickening the blood.
Tits Household Panacea is purely Vegetable
and All-Healing. ,
Prepared by CURTIS A SHOWN, '
No. 215 FultonStreet, New York.
For sale by all Druggists. ,47vl
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R.
The direct route for Joliet, ITorr is, Ottawa,
Lasalle, Peru, Henry, Macon, Peoria, Genne
seo, Molina, Kock Island, Davenport, Musca
tine, Wasliington.IowaCityriniael, Newton,
Des Moines, Council Bluffs and Omaha, with
out change, where it joins with the Union Pa
cific Railway for Denver, Salt Lake City, Sac
ramento. San Francisco, and atl points west
on the Pacific coast. Trains leave daily, via:
Omaha, Leavenworth a Atchison Express, (ex
cept Sundays), 10.00 A. M.
Peru Accommodation, (except Sundays),
5.00 P. M.
Omaha and Leavenworth Express, (except
Saturdays), -10.0U P.M
Iepot corner Harrison and Sherman streets.
Ticket oHicel West Madison street, Sherman
Tbe Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Rail
road Company have now opened their South
Western Division between Leavenworth, At
chison and Chicago, cvnnecting at Leaven
worth with Kansas Pacilfc and Missouri Pa
cific Railroads and at Atchison with Atchison
Topcka Santa Fe. Central Branch Union Pa
cific, ami Atchison Nebraska Railroads, for
all points in Kansas, Indian Territories, Colo
rado and New Mexico. The Company have
built a full complement of Palace Djawing
Room and sleeping Care, which for external
beauty and interior arrangements for the com
fort, convenience and luxury of passengers are
unequal ed by any other ears or the kind in the
world. Through tickets lor sale at all princi
pal and way ticket ofliccs.
Hugh RiDDLJE, General Superintendent.
A. M. Smith, General Passenger Agent, Chi
cago, 111. "
Want a cook, ,
Want a clerk, - .
Want a partner, -ii
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 Iwarding place.
Want to sell twii property.
Want to sell groceries or drugs.
Want to sell household- furniture; A
Want to sell dry goods or careu.
Want te find customers for anything,
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Advertising " will rain new easterners,
Advertising will Iteep old customers.
Advertising liborally always pays.
Advertising makes success ay, '
Advertising beget conib.enre, -Advertising
Advertining shows pluck, '
Advertising means biz, ' .
Advertise or 'bunt' ' -Advertise
Advertise well, ,
Advertisa :', -i i , t
-. Now. ...
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rf , , ' ITe hare one ot thn
Host Extensive Stocks!
In tne United States
QuTi Own llanofactiira !
No lonz stain to climb, as in other estab-
llsilssBeiMcS w aavc very superior omxmk
Pa&senver Xlevatos; to it U no trouble to tok
HART &M ALONE,
103, JOB & 107 Water St.,
..i?v ...J . . M .-...?, ...
W. Jacobs I
ifliaf Jut recelVea Targe siocE f
AMERICAN & SWISS $
A at uvui siuu oau uu vnwwa ntf
: Gold and Silver Charms in abnn- S
dance. A large assortment $
t of Studs Buttons, flue n
Gold and Silver Kings, J
Gold Bracelets, fine $
: Charms, Silver Thimbles, Gold Z
Pem, tipectaelea. Nickel and 2
Plated Ware, Ac. We " JE
continue to sen JLigm
Watches at fac
tory list -i
d rices. J
Call and See our stock of Goos, ,
before purchasing eisewnere.
S5 to 100 per cent . saved
by so doing. We do
as we wish to be
done by. All
ranted. : - Repairing I
! Watches, Chronometers, Clocks,
1 Jewelry, Ac, Repaired on short
03 Look for the Big Watch
anu apectacie sign.
Xsis Strtft, 1
HEW FIRM !
(Successors to J. E. Koch, Jr.,)
Are now offering tbe Largest and Best Select
ed Stock of Goods in the Maiket
UiCR STOCK OF"
; CONSISTS or
Prints, Ginghams, Denims,
Brown and Bleached Muslins. ; .
Stripes, Delaines,' Alpacas,
Mohairs, Poplins, Keps,
Merinos, Empress Cloth,
Black, Brown and Colored Silks,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Jeans,
Tweeds, Carpet Yarns, &c.
We bare everything ia tbe NOTION line.
Large stock of
Carpets, Oil Cloths
-, , and aVXats. - ...
Large Stock of Queansware
Large Stock of Croceries,
Snch as Teas. Coffeea, Sugars, SvmpvSplces
Hice, Sateratus, Soap, Tobacco, Ac,
. tuat cannot be surpassed.
Salt, Fish, ' Plaster, Lime, c,
Yoa caa alvaja be supplied kjr calling sa as.
Sr9Doat fail to examine oar stock before
We pay the Highest Market Price, in CASH,
. , ..for
Butter, Eggs, Lard, Dried and
Green Fruits, Bacon, Wool",
Seeds, Grain, Potatoes,
fcc, &c.i ' &c.
JJgTItemember tbe place KOCH'S COK-
? WHOLF, TIDBALL & CO.
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And active responsible persons who wish the
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discount to our agents. 1'ry our books when
ail otner ousioess laits. .
The eharming chromo "Throw Physic to the
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For Flour, Bread, Cakes,
Pies, Ice Cream, ; Lemon
ade, Coffee, Sugar, Tea,
Rice, Canned Fruits, Can
dies, Crackers, Fi&js, Nuts.
Prunes, English Currants,
Corn Starch, S. C. Starch,
Pearl Starch, Dried Peach-
es, Dried Apples, Beans,
Hominy, Baking Powder,
Cinder, Mustard, Cream
Tartar, Raisins, Pepper,
Spice, Soaps, Baskets,
Brooms, Mop Sticks, Cin
namon, Tobacco, Cigars,
Stove Polish, Shoe Black
ing, Candles, Carbon Oil,
Fish, Salt, Lime, Wool
Twine, Bed Cords, Bacon,
' GO TO
. . . . ir
Not from tbe Modoc Indians, bnt from
Uhler & McDowell's
Who are receiving more
Cheaper thao erer. Call and see some of their
Fine Dress Goods, Sliaicls,
Lace Prints, Lace Cur
tains, Notions, Car
petsMuslinsand Prints, Tick
des, Linens, Sugar,
Coffee, Tea, Sirup Mo
lasses, many other thittgs.
BRING ALONG TOUR
, Budget the
HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH.
Another Lot of
EGuiIy-IMfi 'IM Suits,
Millersbnrf , 0 Mar . KB.
TUB antrtjrnecl will write with neatae,
accuracy aud Urapatrh,
Powers of Attorney. Liens, and
, Take acknowledgment of the aaai;
Protests Notes Drafts and Bills of
Make out Partial aod Final Accounts for Ad-
inisiraton, Kxvcntanand Guardians
XjXj, Notary Public
Oslrw oyer Long, Brown A Co'i Bank, Hnimw
uu g, v
RICHNESS OF TONE !
Surpassed by None.
'The Estey is becoming
a Household Word
Large Numbers are Being
sold in this ana ad
SAME ISTED1HTS !
CAN.BE sees bt calling at the
POST OFFICE BUILDING,
T. B. CUNNINGHAM,
Rev. M. P. FOGLESONG,
MISS SAWYER'S SALVE.
TTERS you hare a salve eombininf oothtrrf and
XX bealing properties, with no tianceroua insred
irnL, A rttacdv at hand for the manr Daioa and
aches, wounds and braises to which tjesn is heir.
Is more easily applied than many other remedies, '
lever producing a bad effect, hut always relieving
pain, however severe-
it is preparea oy Mt xavyer, woo nas nsea re
a her own extensive treatment of the side, tor
icarly twenty years, with great success.
The nrincinal diseases for which this valve Is ree- '
omuended are. Chilblain, Rkenmatitw Pile,
Scrofula, Old Ulcer, SaltMhaem, Sprain, Jvrnt
Fever Sore, felon, PiJfple, Erysipela, Sor
Ey Barber Itchy IHafne, BqU, Ring-toon,
Com$t Situ of Insect, Cancer, Toothache, ar
ich, Sore Nipple, Baldn, SfooUem BreaM,
itch. Scald Head, Teething, Chapped Band.
Scald, Cut. Bruiet Croup, Cracked Lip, and
Sore on Children
It never fails to cure Khetrrsstinn tf nropertw
ssplied. Rob it on well with the hand three timea
day. In several eases it has cured palsied Hmba.
For Pile it has been discovered to be a sureretn
?dy. Persons that have been afflicted for yean
have been relieved by a few appneationa. For Fry
lipela it works wonders, allaying the inflammation
tad quietina: the patient. For Chapped Hand it
orodueea a cure immediately. Let those with Salt
Rheum obtain this Salve, and apply it freely, and
Jiey will find it invaluable. It is pood in cases of
Scrofula and Txmor. Cancer have been cored
Titb it. Tbe best alve ever invented for sSwoilen
area and Sore & tpptet, io way tnjunous. bnt
fuxe to afford rebel. ore or Weak fet Kub U
ja the Ikis gently, once or twice a day. CureBdeaf
ess by puuin in the ears on a piece of cotton.
For Felon this is superior to anything known.
For Pimple this acts like a charm. For nm
and Scaid, apply the Salve at one and it fives) -immediate
relief. For Old Sor, apply once a
Not among the .cart of the invaluable properties;
of Misa Saws r.nn Salve are its beneficial effects
on the hair. Rubbed on the scalp, m five or slx
different parts, it promotes the growth of the hair,
SrevenU t turning gray, and on baM spots it pro
uces a new growth of hair. No lady should bo
without this invaluable article as an indiepensabla
cosmetic for tbe toilet. It eradicates dandruff and ,
disease from the bead, and btotchea and pimples
tram lb laco.
From Mr. ELIZABETH tOOXB's, MrwuteidL
Brunswick, April 4 1S6T.
If im Bawtth : I received your letter last even
ing, and was very glad you concluded to let bm
take your Salve. 1 think I can do well with it, and
it will be quite an aacooiinodatioa to my ansbaad.
mt he cannot get along without it. Be has tried
everything eUe and has never found anything that
healed his leg as that Salve of yours, sad we harm
both found it to be all. and even mare, than yost
recommend it tab. We have had it in the nastily
five or ail years, and have used it for every iron;,
and can truly soy aw hav never found it emumkU
I use it for a weak back, and it acts like a charm. ,
Mr. Coombs has had a Fever Sore on hi leg for
thirty fear, and mould be a crippl to mag. if ha ;
aod not found a remedy in your Sale. It keeps
it healed, and takes out the inflaimaBatiea. proad
flesh and swelling, and does for him ail that be caa
ask. I can recommend it for a good many thinga
that you have nut, for I use It for everything. I
consider it iirraluablr in a family.
Tours, fct. ELIZABETH OOOXK.
TO TITS AFFLICTED.
If yonr Dratrjpst is out of the and negtecta
to keep supplied, send sixty cents as directed be
low, and receive a box by return mail.
Pot up m Tjirtre Boxes at 50 cents 1
end Retail DrugfcTist, Rockland, Mo.
A Trial Box sent free bv mall on receipt of sixty
oents. by La. kL KOBB1NS, KocxJand, ale.
THIS VALUABLE SALVE 13 SOLD BT
ALL thea i. km a xx HlICLVU. ,
GOOD - EYE
WE ARB SELLING
Of best naalitv aad mantifaetnre, lor UCSS
Dtf 4IORB AND BKTTKR
Spouting & Roofing
Than aay ooe else doing basine&i hero. Hara
a lew more
Mii Eijiri M Stores
lfr. B-t la tbe woriri. Weofftr STOVES.
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eibtouiert, that the poorest judge caa rratlily
sve are worth aearlv as mure. more. We eaa
sav yoM will aot stwa see tbir like acaia.
VYe are tbe exclusive ageau Ar J. A. LAW
Call aad see oae that weizhs MM) pour. Is. Witr
beat aay sited bouse ia the eeitlest weather
with a bushels of eoal.
Dou't lorget tbe place. 1 door west ef Ija
pire House. . . '