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Eolnes County Republican.
H. 6. TTliite, T. B. CuBaiBghan,
kditou aire Fiimanu.
Mn.T.EMBPKo P., : Sept. 1L, 1872
FOR GOVERKOB, j.
GEN. EDWARD F. NOTES. !
FOB LIEUTEJ. AKT GOTERKOB,
tj ALPHONSO HABT, I i J
FOB SCrBEM JUDGE,
' ; WILLIAM WHITE.
. "' si I ' (MB CSBt) '
WALTER F. STONE. -
'. POK ATTORSFT OEKEBAL,
- "JOHN LITTLE.
FOB COMPTBOLLEB OF TBEASOKT,
WILLIAM F. WILSON.
FOB BOABD OF FUBUO WORKS,
The Mansfield Eereld tella the
sad tale of General Brinkerhoffthat
on the day of the Richland County
Republican Convention, he offered
the Republican candidate for Audi
tor the support of the "third party,"
provided he would pledge himself to
appoint as his deputy the Liberal
candidate for the same place. Yet
Erinky is a reformer who never bar
ters and sells. -
The Republicans of Ohio opened
their State campaign with an open
air meeting, addressed by Governor
Noyes and Senator Morton, which
was attended hy enthusiastic thous
ands; the Democrats opened theirs
with a meeting in a hall, with about
1,200 people present when it began
but which had dwindled to 500 be
fore Allen completed his non-com
mittal speech. This difference be
tween the two is charcteristic of
what will be the result of the election-'-"
A GRAND TRIUMPH FOR CINCINNATI.
The Cable dispatches from the
Vienna Exposition' announce'' that
the "Gold medal of merit" has been
awarded to Messrs. Wilson, Hinkle
tfe Co., of Cincinnati, as "the publish
ers and manufacturers of the best
school-books in the world."
Americans generally, and Cincia-
natiass in particular, will the better
appreciate this high honor when
told that all the great book-publishing
houses of Leipsic, Berlin, Vien
na, Paris, London, and other cities,
competed for the grand prize. .
THE MASSACHUSETTS BOURBONS.
Another State Democratic Con
vention unfurls the tattered banner
of Democracy. The Massachusetts
Bourbons have adopted the Ohio
platform, with a few changes, and
have placed a gubernatorial ticket
in the field. The convention took a
bolder attitude toward Free Trade
than the Ohio Democracy, declared
in favor of the tea . hour law and
adopted from ' the Maine plat
form the resolution declaring, that
the Republican party is respon
sible for the seduction of Democrat
ic members of Congress. Hon. Wm.
Gaston of Boston was nominated for
Governor. - As in Maine and Ohio
the ticket will be buried out of sight
by Republican majorities.
THE BROOKLYN RING.
The death of Mills and the sus
pension of the Brooklyn Trust Com
pany has served to bring to light the
fact that the Democratic treasury
officers of that city had a half mil-
Don dollars of the money of the city
in constant use,forpersonal,poIitical
and other purposes. The discovery
that was made of large defalcations,
is likely to be followed by other
discoveries, provided the proper en
ergy "is displayed. The ' Brooklyn
Ring, though frightened, is not de
moralized. The defalcation that has
been made good is thought to be on
ly one, and that the effort on their
part is to keep the others from com
ing to the surface. The efforts of
accountants to get at the figures have
been frustrated, and there is evident
anxiety on the part of the officials.
All this only indicates that there is
something more in the affair than
has yet been discovered. '
For once an investigation into
the cause of a railway accident
seems to have been rigid, thorough
and brave enough to state facts.
The coroner's jury which has been
for several days in session at Muir,
Michigan, investigating the causes
of the recent frightful accident on
the Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad
has found that the brakeman who
was sent back by the express con
ductor to "flag", the approaching
freight tram was guilty of not hav
ing gone far enough. Second,
the engineer of the freight train was
culpable 'for running at a higher
rate of speed than the rules of the
company allowed, and finally' that
tne DraKemen- or tne ireigm train
were guilty of not being at .their
posts. ou the top " of the cars, and
the conductor was especially ' guilty
in permitting them to ride in the
caboose car in neglect ol their duty:
This is a plain, straightforward,sen
sible verdict. It is in accordance
with the facts and is stated in a way
that common people can understand.
The guilty conductor and brake-
men are all in jail and there is a per'
tj feet opportunity for the law to de
monstraie now mucn it can uo
make reckless railroading a crime.
With the, Wawasset managers and
the Michigan railroad men fairly in
dicted, there seems to be ground for
hope that coroner's investigations
may come to mean something. '
Senator Carpenter has lost caste
so decidedly that there is talk
choosing a new President pro tem
pore of the Senate on the re-assemb
ling of Congress. It ought to
"Have You Heard the
News from Maine?"
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News from Maine?" Republican Victory
Dingly Elected Governor by
Over 11,000 Majority.
PORTLAND, Sept. 8.
The Tote throughout the state
has been exceedingly light The
returns are nearly all in: ; Ding-
ly, Eepnblican candidate for
Governor, is elected by over Hj-
Butler is bottled again. '..The
delegates are nearly all . elected
and Washburn is clear ahead and
still gaining. His majority over
Butler is estimated to range from
125 to 150. "
If it be true that Fernando Wood
is to help the Hon.Wm.Allen stump
this State, it will be better than
circus. If ' Vallandigham's ghost
could drive the team the show would
be perfect. " . f.: .j, u
The venerable Allen's , Columbus
speech does not improve upon forth
er examination. .The only point
that we discover in it worthy of men
tion is the new, original and truly
elegant metaphor of" "root hog or
die." ' ' ' ' ' -'
The Democratic party "of Iowa
confesses itself in articulo mortit.
No State Convention will be held
this year, and the State Central
Committee has just issued an ad
dress advising Democratic voters to
support the nominees and platform
put forth by the"Anti Monopolist.'
The Republican party will walk over
the course. ' :l n;.'-:
About seven millions of the pub
lic debt were paid in the ,'month"of
August, by. the present tyrannical
and bloodthirsty administration.
- The spoiled party is also a spoils
party.-. ; . ; '
The last Democratic Legislature
sat the longest and cost the most of
any ever held in the State.
Really, this will never do. The
Republican party bos had things in
Indiana pretty much its own way for
a number of years and see the sad
result.' Despite having to pay a war
debt of six millions Of dollars.it can
now point to an accumulated school
fund of eight millions of ,doIIars,the
largest of any State in the Union.
No wonder the Democracy strain
every nerve to get possession of the
State Government - What a tempts
tion for a Tammany Ring! ":
UoL Bui Allen used to try very
brd to get Henry Clay to t ake some
notice of him. He would bellow and
bray, and turn toward Clay,and paw
roana, ana snort ana snua tne air
and then double himself. 'Clay nev
er paid any attention to Allen: Still
here are Democratic ' papers that
speak of him as a cote mporary of
Clay, Webster.Benton and other in-
iDtellecta&l giants, just as if they
had really associated with the old
' The details of Governor Noyerf
administration were investigated by
a Democratic committee, which clos
ed with the declaration tbat,"In the
official conduct of no public-offlcer,
wherher elective or appointive, ' has
corruption been' disclosed." This is
the best compliment possible for the
administration to receive. -' -i
One of the leading Democratic pa
pers of the ' Eastern States' ' thinks
that the great want of that party is
leaders. And. followers, if might
have added; for, thanks-' to the em
ancipating and quickening -spirit of
the age.the number of their dupes is
every day growing less and less. ' '
: The Massachusetts Democratic
platform resolves "That the Repub
lican party is responsible for the se
duction of the Democratic -members
of Congress to the corrupt schemes
of the Republican party .''.Poor in
nocent little creatures.
i. . ' ' "'
The Boston Globe says of the De
mocracy: "J. be ,., party s work, is
done, and it is fast disappearing
from even the local fields, where Its
vestiges will naturally-remain ' long
est In the South, the ' contest be
tween the negroes aud :lheir late
masters; in the West' the struggle
between the fanners and the rail
roads, and in Massachusetts, a con
test which we need not name are
to-day the live issues in the politics
oi tne country. The Democratic or
ganization can deal with ,none of
tnem, ana is .incapable of taking
up even the most trivial issues of the
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THE GENEVA AWARD.
award of fifteen million and a half
dollars has already been ' paid' into
the Treasury; but on inquiry ft , has,
been, ascertained that . preliminary
arrangements only .bail been made to
this end. On the 6th of. Jane the
Secretanr of the Treasury issued a
circular for the redemption of a cer
tain series of five twenty bonds,more
than the coming . amount of the
a ward, in anticipation of its payment
and the British Government has ar
ranged with the Syndicate to dis
charge this treaty obligation. In
pursuance of the plan adopted, a
large amount of these bonds has
been surrendered to the Treasury
and gold certificates will be issued
therefor, to be made available on
and after September Gth, at the time
of the formal redemption of the
bonds. ' These gold certificates, it is
understood, are in the bands of the
British Consul at New York, to be
delivered.with other representations
of specie, their value' covering the
entire award, by the British Minis
ter to the Secretary' of State, and
transferred to' the Treasury as so
f he Democrats of this State hav
ing cut loose from all entangling al
liances with " the unchaste factions
with which it has co habited for the
past few years, nominated the an
cient Bnx Allex for "governor, ami
declared for the ancient land-marks
of the party, it is interesting to look
at those land-marks and see what
they ' are. Itwill1e remembered
that, up &?ast-rfcmmeT, Democracy
meant , opposition to the. colored
race--oppoaltioa to the freedom 'of
the colored people,opposition to all
laws designed to prevent the exten
sion of slavery, ' opposition to the
freedom '' of the ' press,- the
pulpit,' and the rostrum in the
Southern States; and finally oppo
sition to the franohismentof the col
ored man, and the granting of civil
rights, to the . colored race. .The
Bourbon candidate for -Governor
has been a consistent Democrat, in
that he has earnestly' 'opposed ev
ery measure designed to benefit the
colored people. .
T hat bur readers may more clear
ly see just what the old land marks
of that party were, it is well to go
back to the time when . Mr.. Allex
was an active, politician,: and see
what the Democratic party was striv
ing so earnestly to perpetuate, and
te accomplish which the Southern
.wing of the party rebelled and made
war upon the General Government
The beauties of the institution
which the Democratic party sought
to perpetuate, and for which. they
were willing to sacriuce onr
Republican Government and its free
institutions, are well illustrated by
the following advertisements,copied
from public journals published at
about .the time when Allen fos
silized: ;, .
Ran away, Caroline.' Had on i
collar with one prong turned down.
Ban away Betsey.. Had an iron
bar on her left leg. '
Kan away, Manuel. -Much mark
ed with irons. : .,:,.,0.t - ' .:i
: Ban away, anny. Had an iron
band around her neck. ....
.. Ran away, boy about twelve years
old. Had round his neck a chain
dog-collar, with; "De Lempert"; en
graved on it' 1 ; :, ,
Uommitted to Tail, a man wno
calls his name John. ' He has a clog
of iron on his right foot' which
will weigh foar or five pounds. '
Detailed attue police jail, My
ra. Had several maris or lasning
and has irons on her feet -'
Ran . away, a woman and two
children. :,. A few days before she
went off I burnt her with a hot iron
on the left side of Her face. I tried to
make the letter M. ;..- -(
Ran away, a man ,named Henry;
bis left eve out; some scars from
dirk n and under his left arm, and
much scarred with. a whip.
Ran away, Sam. " He was shot a
short time since through his left
arm and side. ;
Ran away, my man named Simon
He has been shot badly in his back
and ngnt arm.
Ran away, Arthur. ' Has
considerable scar across-, his breast
and each arm, made by a knife; loves
to talk much of the 'goodness of
Ran away, Anthony. - One of his
ears cut off, and his left hand cut
with an ax.- '
Ran away, a boy Ellie. - Has
scar on one of his arms from the
bite of adog. '
Ban away my man Fountain. Had
holes in his ears, a scar on the right
side of his forehead, has been shot in
the hind part of. his legs; and is
marked on the back with the whip.
Ran away, Ben. Has a scar on
his right hand; his thumb and fore
finger being injured by being shot
last fall; a part of the bone came
out. He has also one or two .large
scars on "his back and hips.. . ,
' Ban away.a woman named Maria.
Has a scar on one side of her cheek
by, a cut; some scars oh her back. '
, Here we have a fair Index to the
"ancient land-marks" of the Demo
cratic party, about which : so much
is said since the nomination of Al
lex for Governor, i It is well to oc
casionally refer to these 'landmarks'
just to refresh the memory and to
know the kind of "stuff", .of ' which
the Democrats are made. ,; . ,.: ,
A WHALE BREAKING AN ELECTRIC
CABLE AND GETTING KILLED.
On the Evening of July 4, the In
dian cable between Kurrachee and
Gwadur, a distance of three hun
dred miles, suddenly failed.' The
telegraph -steamer, Amber Witch,
Capt - Bishop,' with the electrical
staff, under Mr, Mance, started on
the following day to repair the dam
age, which,- by tests, appeared to be
one hundred and eighteen miles from
Kurrachee. The Amber : Witch ar
rived on the ground on the 6th, in a
heavy sea and thick fog,- but the ca
ble was successfully-grappled within
a quarter of a mile of the fault '
Mr. H. Izaak Walton gives this
account of what was found: "On
winding in the cable unusual resis
tance was experienced as il it were
iouioi rocits; out alter persevering
for sometime the body of an im
mense whale, entangled in the cable
was brought to the surface, when it
was found to be Srmly secured by
two: and a half turns of the cable im
mediately above the tail. "Sharks
and other fish had ' partially eaten
the Doay, which was rapidly decomposing,-1
the jaws falling away on
reaching the surface. The tail.whicb
measured twelve feet acrosp,was per-
Teet and -covered. with barnacles at
the'extcrmities. .-.i-'i'"! '
"'"Apparently the whale was, at the
time Of eutaigtement,usingthe cable
to free itself from parasites, such as
barnacles, which annoy them ver;
much, and the cable, banging in . a
loop over a submarine precipice, he
probably with a nip of his tail, twis
ted around him,and thus came to an
REPUTATION FOR HONESTY.
In the course of an elaborate arti
cle devoted to a consideration of the
present and future of the Democrat
ic party, the New York World says,
"Its reputation for honesty is the
one thing the party needs to re
tneve. This, is to be sure, a
somewhat euphemistic way of stat
ing an unpalatable truth; but when,
in however sugcry phrase, the lead
ing Democratic journal of the coun
try feels compelled to admit that its
party is liypc.cr tibial and dishonest,
the plain and straightforward mas
ses, .- who despise . chicanery and
double dealing, will know in an in
stant and without any teaching, how
to respond to its impudent demands
on their confidence and suffrages.
CHARGES AGAINST JEFF DAVIS.
The harangues of Jefferson Davis
are likely to bring him into trouble
in more ways than one. The South
ern people are not willing to accept
his proposition that only cowardice
induced them to surrender. Nor
are they prepared to assent to his
theory that Lee betrayed them. Ex
Governor Foot now comes forward
with a statement gravely affecting
the character of Davis himself. He
accuses him of using the public
money for his own purposes; of re
ceiving $200,000 in gold lorn Jake
Thompson after the war .of dividing
this money with Thompson,: Judah
P. Benjamin, (now a barrister in
London,) and others; and of various
offences, which, if sustained by" evi
dence, would prove Davis to be a
thief as well as a traitor. These are
serious charges, and Foot declares
that they can be proved. That the
South is under 'no obligations to
Davis was pretty well understood
before. It is some satisfaction to
find that the Southern people are
not disnosed to be dUDed bv him a
second time. . ? -::i'
NUMBER OF PARTIES.
How many have, it in their minds
that there are new no Jess than sr
en political parties' before tbefeotfri'
try?. Yet so it is, and theT names of
ihese organizations are.' as follows:
bor Reform. Woman Suffrage, Tern
perance and Farmer.. Surely, here
is an opportunity for every free and
enlightened citizen to suit himself
with a set of political principles and
to march to the polls with a conge
nial band , of associates,... -, Ev
ery question that can possibiy. oe
twisted .into an issue,' and some
that cannot, ha it place somewhere
among these parties, with all its
sides duly provided for.v' And yet
U is not an area of special political
activity; on the contrary, General
Apathy appears to be the officer of
the day, except where individual
and local influences have, atirrejp
an exceDtion.'as "in" this" State, so
that the number of parties mark
rather the distraction, than the-un-
wonted interest of the puolicT mind
Nor do they indicate very clear
permanent phases of politics.
THE NATHAN MURDER.
After al?, there may be something
in Irvine's Dretended "confession of
complicity in the Nathan murder,
"although the police authorities of
New York and San Francisco treat
it as unworthy of consideration. He
spoke of a memorandum book be
ing taken from the dead man' house
on the night of the murdet and gives
directions where to look for it He
says it contained a few sentences in
Hebrew caracters and the names of
four persons residing in New: York,
which were given by Irving.
New York gentleman whose repnta
tion for veracity is said to be un
questionable now says that Mr. Na-
ttian possessed such a book,and that
to his own knowledge it contained
writing in Hebrew characters, aad
that the four names mentioned by
Irving were those of men with whom
Mr. Nathan was connected either
by ties of friensbip or of business.
The matter certainly is worth look
ing into but the police are not dis
posed to trouble themselves about
CONTEST IN CALIFORNIA.
In California the polical contest is
apparently narrowed. Jowo to . toe
issue, the supremacy of Central Pa
ctfic Railroad monopoly! ' For years
that grand corporation has con troll
ed the "Sacramento Legislature, sent
its own Senator and Representatives
to Congress, and held the courts and
government ot the State practically
in its own hands." - The people have
at last become roused, and though
the railway, kings fight stubbornly
and desperately, the issue is going
against them,,. : Their U. S. Senator
was defeated last fallv and, accord
ing to latest returns,1 the anti-rail
road ticket for the Legislature is
largely ahead. The absolute
of the Central Pacific ' is nearly
over. : . . .
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A TERRIBLE BATTLE.
The Detroit Free Press (JfThurs
Jay last says: - '
Yesterday morning. sj peddler- of
dry guods and notions, namett Aioiv
ton i resstnan, living in Hamtramek
arrived by tbe cars IromCliaton Co.
beins; a wretched sight to look up
on. A week ago yesterday, while
driving his wagon through the coun
try a few miles north of Ovid, Clin
ton, County, he stopped, and got
down to drink at a creeK crossing tbe
highway. As he rose up from the
creek he was bitten in the leg by a
large dog, which had come softly np
behind him, and Freeman saw two
good sired dogs near the wagon. He
sprang from bis vehicle, "when the
dogs made at Mm together, and his
suouteand their yens atartea tne
horse off on a trot. The peddler
was bitten seven or eight times be
fore he found anything with which
he could lefend himself, and then
he got hold of a stick about Jive ftet
long, which could . be easily.: hand
led. . .... i
The dogs retreated as : be - picked
up the . stick, but when xreeman
sought to gain the road they, all
sprang for him.. He eays that be
struck to kill, and knocked each
brute down in turn, but as fast as
kiiocked down tncy would spring
up and attack him again. ' Within
live minutes after the battle opened
the peddler's hands were red with
blood, and blood was running down
into his boots, but by a fortunat
blow he so disabled one of the smal
ler dogs that the brute had to draw
out ot the fight. There was a rest
again of four or five minutes, and
Freeman walked slowly back to a
fence corner.and exchanged his club
for a better one. Without a move
ment on his part the- two dogs at
tacked him again, one biting at his
lugs and the other leaping for his
thruat. . The latter animal caught
his teeth in the peddler's shoulder,
and tore away all that sido or the
man's coat and made a wound in the
flesh .that will be weeks in healing.
Freeman was dragged down, and
both of tbe dogs were on him at once,
though he managed to shake them
off and regajuJiis feetLA blow from
his club dashed out tne larger dog's
eye) and the brute ran round and
round la a eircle, howling so fear
fully thai, the other dog ran away.
the'crippled dog a blow which kill
ed it, and then he crawled down to
the creek and fainted away, some
men came along ia wagon and dis"
covered him, and he was taken to a
farm house and cared forQa his
left lez there are nine wounds from
the teeth of the dogs; on the- rightj
eleven; on the right arm.nve; on the
left arm three; on the back, three;
on the shoulder, two;1 oh ' the face,
two; on the foot two: on the right
hand, five; on the left, two; and one
on the back of the head; making in
all forty-five distinct and . separate
bites. Some are mere "nips," draw
ing a little blood, and making the
flesh black and, blue,while others
looked as if the dog had "chanked"
the flesh. The dogs were seen by
the farmers, and they could not
identify the brutes as being owned
an vwhere within five miles of the
spot where they attacicea freeman.
He offered no provocation ior tne at
tack, havinff even no hint of their
Dresenee before beins bitten. ' The
deepest wounds were eaterized,aad
Freeman anticipates no greater
misfortune than the loss of a months
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Oa thn flnth riav of An trust. Ift7it said iustlce
issued an order of attachment In the above no
tion lor the sum of "ne Hundred and Forty-
Two Dollars. CHAKLK3 Ii. FEBUELL.
Black Creek, Holmes to- O. . :. ...
Aug. T, ltfI3. 4-wS
$72.00 EacliW eek..Wri
Business strictly legitimate. Particulars free.
j. WUKTH 4 CO. at. Louis, llo. Wyl
,;, .t-jvo yr.i-. f.
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.". .! t-.ii'-.r i-i.:-.n au!i
., ''tt-i nj5 r-!i: '11 iU:'fnn-
tkrongft- ,the Acne perfor
mance dar oner dar, ttu an
vonr TitalitT u nsed no and
four health permanently rained
or cake a bottle or our
du n n Eress Fever Tonic,
rf ana arras, up io inm
OVf A CwwtoDoe, Cures of
OlIAC I ranted bv tne prop
W. C HAlilLTO
and break up the tearful malady
at once, cures ot Ague war
ranted bv tne proprietors.
W. U HAJtlLTOX CO.,
- - Cincinnati, Ohio.
A GREAT SENSATION!
iZVCatb salary, or
Address. P. ELLS A Col,
"Good " Agents Wanted.
For the BEST KA"5flT.Y' MEDTrAT. Root.
SELLS at SIUHT. EVERYBODY WANTS IT.
Apply It one to H. N. McKIAKEY & CO.
. u oru tn u. r oiiueipBia,
Working Class &tltLE
teed. Respecutbta enloTneot at home, dar
or evening; no capital required, full instruc
tions a. Twnanio pacKafeorgooos seat rree oj
mail. Address, with six cent return ttamp,
M. YOUNG ft CO., m, Oreen which Su, X. Y.
pro lit on Bryants Librarv of I
S was ana axeut's
pro lit on Brvant Librarv of Poetry and sons::
$70 in one week on The Sew Housekeeper's
aannii, ovaiiss Beecnerana Mrs. mo we. Any
active saanor woman can have an aencr.
J. B. FoKD 4 Co., New York, Bosun,Cnicafo
ana aan f ranciseo.
30th Thonsantf in Pnss. Sale lnereasinar. fV.
more mie aues itj w amxu tor oar
OuOmore LIVE AGENTS WAXTKD for onr
swerCM pases, nr $2,50. Incomplete -In
terior woras are ojrorea; iook out tor tnem.
Send for circulars A see proof of the greatest
success of ihe season. Hocket'Coniuanion.
worth 1. mailed frwi. HUBBARD BROi,
r nos a-niiaaeipaift, isesosn cinemnau.
7rits fir Eldrihi Priy Lt Adirsss
wminBDa Pittsburgh pa.
Hren.iuatiiura6tGans. S40toS300. Doub
le snot Gans.4S taMU. Swgla (Sons, U to (SO
H to n ius Material. Fishing Tackle. Lance
discount to Dealers or Clubs.: Army Guns. Jte-
Kines. so to itevoivers. so to )d. ristois.
-rolTers,tc. bought or traded for. Goods sent
uy express c u, sa.so oe eainiuea oeiorvpaiu
NesfflCta COUgh- - otblns; U more cer
tain to laj the f unUiiAion for future eilonse
wo f mm ip Tan ptq r
IIUUU UlUUUUU 1UU1UU) a
are a swre rare for all diseases of the Restrfra-
Ltory Organs, Sore Throat, Colds. Croup, iMpa-
uiena, ASinma, atarra, nuarbeotnts, iryaess
or ino mruav, winaiipe,or isroacniat xnoes,
and ait uiseasos oi tne iunrs.
In all cases of sudden cold, however taken.
tfaese TABLETS should be promptly and free
btised. Thev equalize the circulation of the
MDOJi, mitigate toe severity ot ue ansci, ana
will, in a vttry snort time, restore neauny ao
ston to the atrece4 orranft;
Walla' CartMlrC Tablets are pet npm
blue boxes, 'l ike no substitutes. If they can't
be fooad at your druggist's, tend at aos M
Agent tn jseto lore, wuo wiu lorwara tnem oj
Don't be deceived by Imitations
Knlf) bv rlrtTirirists.- I' rice '15 cents a box.
JOtiH (L KEtlJOOG. . Plat St. New Vork
-Sole Agents tor tne uaitea states oexttx ior
circular. - race za uenu a dox.
CANVASSING BOOKS SENT FREE FOR
M MK Great, Wort
On Manhood, womanhood and their
Mutual Inters la tiorrs; Love lts Law
ICfa rOWci etc- Atyu arc ciaiuK uuio v
tu & oopies a auy, and we send a canvassing
beak tree to any hook aire at. AJldres$,stating
experience etc., KATloN'AL PUBLlrfULVG
GOn Philadelphia. Chicago, or St. Louis.
' Agents Wanted.-.
SKN'D FOB CATALOGUE
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO
, .... 7 . .. .... ... ... i;. cw lork..
A Work of Intense Interest and Intrinsic Value
Br the gifted son of thefamons' PETKR PAR
LEY." The result of great historical research
An Authentic History of Navigation and it
tfauifwld DiscoTeries since the Vlood- Abound
with startling Incidents, Fearful disasters.
Lawless Piracies, Bloody battfea, and Glorious
ahierements;also describes Diving.Telegarph
iag. Ocean Fisheries. Ao. , Over 900 Spirited
(Juts. Subject now. Price low. Agents wan
ted HUltUA.m BROS., Pubs.. Philadelphia
Byston and Cincinnati ; .
" .: TiTEKT
Office 14 Barelav Street. X. T.
OfeT-'to the pnblie a Lantern
combining snfoty and economy
with elegance and usefulness.
it cannot explode; it gives a
.rood iifht and consumes less
i inan any orner; it is not ais-
juroea ay toe nigncst wmu,ana
nf a glass Is broken it is easily
reptaoeu oy means oi iiie-screw
They employ no agents except their traveling
clerks, but their goods cau be bad from the
u enters lurougnouc tne eouno-y.: , . taw
it : ss.a Zzz m " ZZnnr
; The stsaraiiaai! ivaj j -.iMtaHv sH mdl.
cinal axenu has ever ieen that in their nro-
nioiiw purgation anu punucaiion tney nare
disVeurtr, physicians nave long sought for an
(ML uiab wuuiu .. iIOI. -
Purify and Strengthen '
' At one and the same time.
Their research has at last been rewarded by
a .discovery which fully realizes the fondest
desires of tbe medical I amity, on which is
jnstly regarded as the most important tri-
important desideratum . r .
11 OK Tutft Vegetable Liver' Pill
WTileh purify the blood and remove all cor
rupt humors and unhealthy accumulations
from the body, and yet produces no weakness
or lassitude whatever, but on the coutrary
tonus tbe stomach aud inviirorates the body
during the progress of their operation. They
uuifte the heretofore nnreeooeilatole qualities ot
a strengthening Purgative and a purifying
ir Tutt'i pills are the moss active and
search iug medicine in existence. They at
once tutack tlie very root of diseases, an their
aotioiii is m prompt that in an hour or t no alter.
iay are taken tne pacienc is aware or tneir
?ood effects. They may be taken at any time
without restraint of diet or occupation: they
and as a family medicine they have no rival. '
-PniceS5eents a box. Sold by nil Oruggists.
a a(ua,ifsi uiuvt w uaau (V VUUI tlssiUUV OI.( (. X ,
J I P L O M A ,
.i... Awarded by that .
.,' I !i . : J0Jr W- McKEE,
Iroidering and Fluting
ft js ingenious ami will meet the wants of
every matron in tne lana.".
John K. G'avit, Rec. Sec B. reroard. Pres.
camuji xj. a iiiiiutn, voir, sec
I'"'"'. New Vort. Nnr l 1T
This simple and ingenious machine is as use
ful as the sewing Machine, and is fast becom
ing pep. ilar witn ladies, in the place of expen
sive needle work; its work being much more
handsome, trequirfag less time anil not one
tenth part the expeuse, Na lady's toilet is
nowoaijlcte whhout it. A machine, with il-Itutrated-
circular and full instructions sent on
receipt of $i.or tin is he I in silver plate for (2.75
. i;ifiu'ai we mi diituiiiaturillir LO.,
Dr. Garvin'a Elixir of Tar. -
rs recommended by regular medical practi
tioners and a soeedv cure snaranteeri for tWai
Cousrhs. Catarrh. Aslhma. Rrtbr.liitia. Kuittinv
plainte. horofiOa, Erysipeias, Dyspepsia and
Gout, i Dyseuterv, Cholera Morbus, Cholera,
uwns uvor ana oowei compiuints. Knlney
Diseeses, ami all affectiou of tbe urlual otv
gans perfect h' hnrin1es.s-.free from mineral
uraiconoue properties pleasant to take and
never known to tail Price 1 per bottle. Full
particulars, witn meuieal testimony and cer
tificates sent on ai plication. 1. F. iiyuk A
ui.,i)saevontn Avenue, Aew lork.
TheBeckwith $20 Portable Family
Sowing Machine on 30 Day Trial;
Many advantages over all. Sutfefartion guar-ant-jed
or 2U reAiudotU Sent complete, with
full directions. Ueckwith bewiug Mactiiue
Darts from the Devil; or, Cupid Abused.
A Book Inst issued, exiioslnr the nfmnnaU1
that haveAppeared in tha New York Kuuupa
ier; their history and lesson; stylish viliians
rnuy exuosei. Aiivertisemtuits from (Imimt.
wgn w uvuMiiiuj wuuicu, ciMUVRIint meet
ins; Imw frustrated; the history of the Good
rich Tragedy the result of a personal.' le
icriution of llvliiz Bro;ulwav statues. Fxim.
see Hovial (Corruption. Kent on receipt of fiOcts.
Auuress unique l'rinting liouse, so vesey bi..
The New Remedy for Rupture.
A mot important Invention. Sold by the
Rlastic Truss Cow, No. A81 Broadway New York
citv. It retains mm ure absolutely in ease and
comfort, night and day, at all times and undr
all elrcumstam-es,- without any exception tn
any oase, aud should never bo taken off during
the short time requisite to effect a permanent
cure Sent by mail. Circulars free. Anydrur
gist or Phrsicsan will Order this new Truss for
you without eharge. BSeowly
A MAMMOmSTOCK -
Boot S, Shoe Store.
This stock of Good was purchased di
rect from the Manufactory, at
the BOTTOM CASH
PRICES of all
Of the BEST MAKERS- OF GOODS
IS THE MARKET. Our
Prices are Jar below
any others fn the
A-s to Quality.
Our Terms are
CASK & BOTTOM PRICES
ONE PRICE TO ALL. .
- 1 .
"Fidr & Square Dealing r
IS OUR MOTTO.
t3T ' All can be - suited in onr stock.
t?Men, Boys, Women, Misses, Chil-
t7dren, Touth, Ac. In fact, we have
the goods, and we propose to save
tyyou 2a per cent, npon all goods
rjfbought of us, for the troth of which
ISTplease call and see before making
' No. 2, National Bank Building,
Anga, 1873. 2m3
FIFTY PIECES OF,
To be closed out at 25 cents per yard.
.. ortn 40 cents per yard. Good
styles and colors.
Only 25 cent. " ;
Also, a large line of Fine and Fancy
At Reduced Prices.
p r n r e n w
And other Worsted Gowls, at 15 Cents
. per yard. A lot or
All other lines of (roods sold at reduced
tsTXill and see if these thing art so,
Ko.t, Cenastrolal Block, Mlllsrsbarf, OaI.
s ? j i t 2
eg. : : a :
as oo at io fc oo tr m oo-od bo ip bo ic
t-r t-r-r1 !--r-rrf-r r r-
gf to to to to is c jc to o W U S 0
OOTCO-40to WOM OtotfeD
New Advertisements. Number of Mills on the Dollar of Valuation for All Purposes of Taxation.
TABULAR STATEMENT OF THE RATES OF TAXATION FOR 1873.
S a- 5 00
ES n s
2,5.2 c .
o w 9
a 2.o s
2 3 O
SB . S4
3 53 5
M - 3 s
Notice to the Tax Payers Holmes County, Ohio.
Special Tax for School
On ioint sub-district in Richland
Special lery of IS mills 00 the dollar.
On Uie territorf ' In Hardr Townshio annexed to Millersborr Tlllire. a
Special lery of 7 1-10 mills on the dollar. rrr
on tbe territory In Waahlneton TownsblA annexed to LoadonTlIle Tuuure.
Special levy of 1-2 mills on tbe dollar. -
Office open from 8 o'clock A. M.
Hilleksbubg, O, August 21, 1873. .
&RAND MMCE SALE
All - the; Old. Stock in the house, to
v make room for the large
- StOCk Of
Secure some of the Great Bargains we are
!!: i ;
Go to Shrimplin t Coffey's for
& SHOE line and you will not
Go to Shrimplin fc Coffey's and
at panic prices. - ...
Bi It ifl Ur M
; Go to Shrimplin & Coffey's lor Men's Boots at $3 00. '
- Go to Shrimplin & Coffey's for Boots and Shoes, very cheap.
' Go to Shrimplin & Coffey's for the best Home-made Calf Boot
in the County.., r . ,
Go to ShrTmplin Coffey's for
Go to Shrimplin & Coffey's for
. Go to Shrimplin fe Coffey's for Men's Slippers at 50cU. ? -' i -
..iy r ' 'v 'i.f n' ' '! w. '""r-"'
Go to Surimplin & Coffey's for Men's Shoes at 1 25.'-?Jjf '
, - - f 2 ':'.
Go to Shrimplin & Coffey's and save 20 per "cent in your invest
Go to Shrimplin & Coffey's for
NGS at the lowest prices. ; i
u'.,-:.' LOWER PRICES ATT :
. SHRT sVrPLTN & COFFEY.
and School Eonae Fnrpoaea.
Townshio to Knox CountT. there Is a
until 4 o'clock P. M. ' ' -'
Treasurer of Holmes County, Ohio.-'
anything you want in the BOOT
fail to get it reduced prices.
examine their well selected stock
Vomen's Carpet Slippers atiOcta.
Women's Button Shoes and Gait
best stock of LEATHER and FIND-
HARITESSJir A KTITS.
E. H. Strubbo,
BERLIN. OHIOr:' :
TT70CTLD res mo trail r anasaaoa Satkaaltl-
V taa of Holmes aad aIJoiaiac wunties,
that S Is areaarad to do .all work l. hi. lia.
aoa (itarantca saiisraouoa.
Harness Made to Order.
H has tha rlrht tnr this MoatT ftor the
rvss rsi sKT TU4 BUCski, waica rs su
perior so all ottkors.
4SanoM but tas oast worsmf n employ to.
" E. H. STBUBBE.
BPLBNTtlD portnaftj la new ofrrad to
aar laay or caasiasaaa so iw
araphinf. . I has opamad a coueg srasra
.in h. t.ii.hft. I will Maraatea aood Sltna.
tlons or refund asoa.T, U aot procureo. lor
run particulars aaaress
. tSSSl WSMWWHl
PROPRIETOB OF TBI
TH K futocriber to preparMi to 111 rdn of
all kiadt in hi lin wiUi pronpurai n4
dipatch. H kmpn o iwtlj a kmrnd
ILL KLSDS OF FCRMTURE
rraas tha eheapasl sjttalitr to tlx laws, alia,
tie cheaper th. Use sua. artiel. aaa bast.'
eured elsaaibara. A aplasaltd artless of
. Bed-Room Fnrnituro
Kept constantly aa a aad.
0-RKraianCa astir Dosm ee short
Special atuatioa f irsa to tha haslaess ef
si etallle. Kxvelsior aad Walaat Ceasae kant
eoastaatlroa head. Coflae ssaaaracsared to
order. T.o food Hearses kept eeaataatly la
nwiim w .M.e .eii..