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Holmes Comity Republican-
H. 6. White, T. B. Cnnning-nAM,
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Millkmbcro, O. : OCTOBER 9, 1873.
. - For GoTernor,
EDWARD F. NO YES.
' For Lieutenant Governor,
For Judge of the Supreme Court,
For Judge of the Supreme Court,
To Fill Vacancy,
WALTER F. STONE.
For Treasurer of State, . .
' ' For Attorney General,
For Comptroller of Treasury,
WILLiAM F. WILSON.
For Board of Public Works,
H. E. DAY.
To the Republicans.
The Republicans of Holmes conn'
ty have no county ticket this fall,
and are free to vote for what county
; officers they may see fit. It is well
known that the Democracy are very
much divided upon some of their
candidates. A certain portion of
them are in favor of a reform in our
county affairs, and are doing all in
their power to make a break upon
the old ring and inaugurate a new
state of affairs. As Reform has al
ways been the doctrine of the Re
publican party, we tuink that they
' cannot do better than to vote for
the Reform candidate for Sheriff,
H. E. DAY. By doing so, they will
; help inaugurate a better condition
of affairs in the county. This is
just what we want, and if the better
portion of the Democrats wish to do
this, let us lend them a helping hand.
H. E. Dai is an honest man, against
whose personal character nothing
can be said.
RUNNING A CAMPAIGN.
The Pittsburg Commercial says:
Major William Alien, of Ohio, is
probably a gentleman who has no
tions of his own about running
' campaign. At least, he does more
' singular things than bis party es
teems for its benefit. Mr. Allen's
latest eccentric act has been to ad
. vise the people of Canton that the
r country is on the brink of rain, the
banks about to close,and divers oth
er calamities on the point of befal
ling us, consequence of radical rule.
Major Allen's shot was well intend
ed, but produced on looked for re
sults. It raised old Ned among the
business men of Canton, who, very
properly, realized that however un
true the prophesies of the veteran
alarmist, they had a bad effect in
spreading distrust and want of con
fidence among the people. Judging
r j : . 1. - . i
uuuiauiBuawu rcueiveu venter mv
from that flourishing little city, the
particular clerk who may be appoin
ted to count the Democratic ballots
s within its election precints will have
a comparatively light task to per
Vote for the Reform candidate
Vote for the Reform candidate--H. E. Day--for
Sheriff. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
, The Democratic Convention that
. was to be, met on Wednesday last,
in the Court House, and . was ad
dressed . by Barnabas Burns as
the principal speaker. A small pole
: was erected on the square as the
first thing on the programme, after
which about one hundred persons
listened to the speaking. ' Many of
these got tired and lelt before the
conclusion of the exercises. There
was but little enthusiasm shown
This is only an indication of the
apathy of the Democracy. They
have not the least idea whatever of
electing their State ticket. Yet
they will make as good a fight as
theycan.and Republicans must turn
out in force in order to secure the
DEMOCRACY OF NEW YORK.
The Democracy of New Yoik, in
lively council assembled, have been
preparing for the great autumn con
test. Unhappi!y,illfeeling and divi
sion between the fraclions rules the
hour. They have, of course, made
Horatio Seymour chairman of the
State Convention, as he is a Tam
manyite of the most approved pat
tern. The war between the rival
factions of the Democracy must
weaken them.but worse than all, will
be the prominence given to Tam
many, corrupt as it is. We can see
no, reason why; the Republicans
should not easily elect their ticket
H. E. Day does not belong to
It was not long ago decided in
Tllitmio Si,..- : .1
"uu,o mim iii hi i ieu women unu
make business contracts, form part
nerships, and enjoy the privilegess
of bankruptcy. This is not the case
in Indiana, however, where the Uni
ted States District Court in a pro
ceeding in bankruptcy brought
agains a married woman, has just
ruled that in accordance with the
statutes of the State a married wo
man cannot engage in any kind of
business on her own account, unless
she have separate property ;and that
if a woman, not having separate pro
perty engages in business, the prof
its belong to the buBband as the
earnings of the wife. .
- Republicans as we have no Coun
ty ticket this fall, the next best
thing yon can do, will be to. vote for
H. E. Day for Sheriff.
Election next Tuesday.
Tlie millions of dollars of which
our earlngs bank trustees are the
custodians are really the dollars of a
million, and the increase or decrease
in the line of deposits is therefore
as sensitive a barometer of popular
confidence as can be had. The Presi
dent of a leading New York instita
tion of this character states that this
indicator has been steadily pointing
to fairer and better days since the
first great shock was felt. The
anxiety of the past fortnight is fast
disappearing,and the money so jeal
ously held in private hands, to the
derangement of valoes.is again find
ing its way to trusted institutions,
and to return again among the peo
ple. The proportionate increase of
deposits is not only shown in the
large excess of receipts over pay
ments, but in the steady daily in
crease of deposits taken alone.
Vote for he Reform candidate
It is rather surprising that Sena
tor Ihurman, in his campaign
speeches in Ohio, should attempt to
make it appear that the corruptions
of CoDgress are confined to the Re
publican party. It can hardly be be
lieved that the Senator is is forget
ful as this conduct would indicate,
and it is unpleasant to reflect upon
the logical consequence of thelter-
tive supposition. Capital.
, We do not understand that Sena
tor Xhurman pretends that the cor
ruptions of Congress are confined to
the Republican party. He admits
that the Democratic party took
larger proportion, but says it is not
responsible. The venerable Wm.
Allen takes the same high view.
1. heir claims are use tuis: it is
true we steal while we are in the
minority,because we are not respon
sible; but put us in power and we
will quit stealing.
Remember next Tuesday.
Will the editor of the Farmer
please tell what became of that lit
tle fifty dollars Congressman Berry
paid over last fall? .
J. COOK & CO.
Messrs. Jay Cooke & Co. now be
gin to show the difference between
the honest men that they are and
the shysters that they have been ac
cused of being by the newspapers
which were so prompt to hold exul
tant autopsies over, the Northern
Pacific Railroad. They will each
and all turn over everv dollar of
their . personal property to their
creditors, and thereby hope to pay
dollar for dollar. Whatever mis
takes the firm may have made it pro
poses to pay for to the full extent of
H. E. Day is the Reform
candidate for Sheriff.
For the Republican.
Messrs. Editors: This week's
Farmer contains an attack on sev
eral prominent Democrats, and says
that whenever there is an important
election, they always go against the
party. I would ask Mr. Estill, who
said "that unless the Democracy of
Holmes county elected him as Pro
bate Judge he would turn the Far
mer against the Democratic party?'
He also admits that there was fraud
in Killbuck township, but says tbat
similar frauds were practiced here.
This I admit, but . it was when the
editor of the Farmer ran things iu
this township. But the honest Dem
ocrats rose en masse and busted the
tools" of Estill & Co. The "ring"'
to cover . up fraud, were compelled
to steal the tickets out of the ballot
box in the Treasurer's office, and
James A. - Estill is strongly suspi
cioned of knowing all about it.
A Democrat Who Knows.
Let every Republican vote for Day
next Tuesday. . , r . , .
John Berry, Congressman, says he
paid $100 assessment to the chair
man of the last Democratic Central
Committee last fall. The present
chairman, Mr. Stillwell, says it has
never been paid over by former
chairman, and unless it is, suit will
be brought to recover it Thus the
matter stands. This is the gentle
man that knows so much about Re
Vote for the Reform candidate
' Connecticut no longer has its
capital on wheels. It is to "stay
put" at Hartford. The people have
so decided. ...
The ex-judge remarked to a friend
that if Day was elected sheriff he
believed he would go to Tennessee
We urge upon the Republicans to
be wide-awake this week and to at
tend closely, at the polls on Tues
day next, and see that every man
Election next Tuesday.
THE REASON WHY.
We are frequently asked by Dem
ocrats supporting Butler, (and we
are glad to know that their number
is growing smaller every day,) why
the Republicans are going to rote
for Day? The reason can be given
in a few words. They have no can
didate of tneirown and they have no
kind of doubt about Mr.D.being Mr.
B's. superior in everything that goes
to make up a' man. His qualifica
tions arc vastly superior to those of
Mr. B. He is a poor man, is indus
trious, sober and if elected, will,
like an honest sheriff, boner his po
Vote for H. E. Day, the Reform
candidate for sheriff.
Tell your neighbors of the impor
tance of the election on the 14th inst
Get tl cm all to come and see that
they vote right
Has that little difficulty concern
ing the Democratic Campaign funds
of last year been settled yet,and the
money paid over?
Vote for H. E. Day for
PUBLISH BOTH SIDES.
Our neighbor of the Farmer is
contantly parading before bis rea
ders the amount allowed Governor
Noyes by the commissioners of
Hamilton county, for making out an
index. This is all right enough if
tte charge was exhorbitant, but will
he not also,as an honest editor pup
lish the several bills allowed by the
commissioners of Holmes county
for the same work? Dr. Enos was
the first to do this work in Holmes
county. His bill was $75. A few
years later. Mr. Tanneyhill was al
lowed $300 for copying Dr. Enos'
report At a later period the same
job was again let out and a still lar
ger price allowed, and the price has
gone on increasing nntil the sum re
ceived by Gov. Noyes is compared
with that paid in our own county,as
one to ten, when we contrast thedif-
ferance in the amount of work done.
Now we doubt not that onr neighbor
is an honest man, and needs only to
have his attention called to corrupt
practices in his own county, to in
duce him to go to work to their ex
position, and we shall be surprised
if the columns of the next week's
Farmer are not filled with state
ments showing how this and that
man has collected exhorbitant bills
off the county for work done for it
He also asks us to inform the pco
pie what we "think of Governor
Noyes charging Hamilton county
$18,525,20 for indexing the records
in the Probate office, a service for
which (he says) no probate judge in
tjie county ever received a cent'
For the truth of the latter clause we
refer him to the facts stated above.
We presume Gov.Noyes got enough
for his work,and if he got two much
the fault lies with the Commission
ers and with the county Auditor for
allowing an exhorbitant amount
As the work extended over several
years, it was doubtless a great labor.
We quote an article from -the
Cleveland Herald as applicable to
this matter: ' '
The whole is simply this, Gov
ernor Noyes was Judge of Probate in
1868, '69, and '70. Previous to the
occupancy the records of the Court
had been neglected and it became
necessary to prepare full indexes for
some years back. The County com
missioners made a contract with
Judge Noyes to do. the work, at a
certain rate. . The work was done
and the money collected. . As to
whether the pay was too much or
too little nothing need now be said.
It was a contract deliberately enter
ed into by the County Commission
ers and there is no pretence that the
work was not honestly done or that
a single dollar was obtained which
was not strictly due under the con
tract When Governor Noyes was nomi
nated for his present position, the
first time, this indexing business was
brought np against him, but the
statement of the facts in the case
promptly disposed of that ground of
opposition,and the matter was drop
ped. Within the past fortnight the
Enquirer clique, finding the changes
of Allen's election reduced to , zero,
and casting about for some device
to aid their sinking cause, took up
the abandoned "indexing" , weapon
and commenced using it with re
newed vigor. The County Commis j
siouers were bounded on to com-
mence suit for the recovery of the
money alleged to have been "illegal
ly" obtained, the whole ground for
toe charge of illegality being the fact
that the contract was made without
having advertised for bids.'4 If this
afforded ground for suit the proceed
ings should nave been against the
Commissioners who were guilty of
the illegality of making such con
tract and the Auditor who - appro v
ed the claim is possibly not .wholly
without responsibility in the -matter.
The Commissioners referred -the
matter to the County Solicitor, who
returned a written opinion that the
Commissioners , had no case -and
would be thrown out of Court. . In
spite of this the Commissioners di
rected suit to be brought, and pro
ceedings have therefore : J)een com
Here we have the real nature--of
the conspiracy exposed. The Com
missioners were instructed by their
own legal counsel that there was not
a shadow of a case. There is not
possibility of recovering a dollar' of
the money, and the parties to the
conspiracy know it . There is no
pretence that so far as Governor
Noyes was concerned the contract
was not honestly entered into. ; It
is admitted the terms of the contract
were strictly fulfilled -by him and
tlie work Honestly done. ; JNot even
the Enquirer ventures to assert that
a dollar of the money received was
not honestly earned under the con
tract But in the face of all this
knowledge the money of the Hamil
ton couuty tax-oarers is to be ex
pended by the County Commission
ers iu an ad mi' ted fruitless suit Sim
ply lor the electioneering dodge in
behalf of the Democratic candidate
We shall be greatly mistaken if
this disreputable trick does not hurt
the devisers of it more than him
against whom it was concocted." A
device so shameless as this will,' if
there is any sense or fairness among
Democrats, take votes from William
Allen and add them to E. F. Noyes.
Remember next Tuesday.
Two young Indians were recently
admitted as ministers to the iletli
odist Conference in Oregon. Five
hundred of the Nez Perces Indians
were recently converted; all of them
gave up the use of tobacco.
A young lady in Juicuigan was
taken with a fit on the 22d ult., and
still lies immovable and uncon
scious, the best medical aid having
failed to relieve her.
We ask every Republican to vote
for H. E. Day for Sheriff as be is op
posed to the "Old Ring," and is the
Candidate of that part of the Demo
cratic party that arc opposed to the
From all quarters come the an
nouncement of a markod improve
ment in business an increase ofuonfi
dence of all parties, and expressions
or belief that the financial storm has
spent its force, and that the worst is
Let every Republican turn out to
the polls on election day and see
that n votes are lost by careless
ness or inaction. Get out every
A SPORTING MAN.
The gentleman ..that edits the
Farmer is somewhat on' the "bet,"
ard more especially when he has a
"soft th"ing js he calls it He has
been throwing out banters to the
friends of Mr. ' Day that Butler
would be the next sheriff, and on all
occasions, to back np his bragado-
cto, he. would haul out his long pock
et book and offer to bet fifty or one
hundred dollars on' Butler. He
stepped into a business house a few
evenings since, and berated the pro
prietor as a bolter, tc, and in order
to convince him that he was not on
the winning side, offered to put up
$50 that Butler would beat Day.
The gentleman took him and pnt
up the stamps.,.. But to his surprise,
who should . come ronnd early next
morning but the- "judge," looking
as pale as a ghost and trembling in
every joint ' He asked to withdraw
the bet, at the 'same time stating
that he had "surrounded" too much
"family disturber." . and that he
would not and could not be respon
sible lor anvthing said or done the
previous evening.' The Democracy
should reward such courage by
sending the "ex-Judge" to Congress,
H. E. Day is the Reform
candidate for Sheriff.
THE PRESIDENT AND THE PANIC.
We congratulate the country that
the cool- heads nd sound - judge
ment of the president and the Sec
reta.tr of the Treasury were proof
a jraiii me euuris ui vue exciteu
stock gamblers, who were determin
ed to have the lame ducks cared for
the by Government, The Cincin
nati Commercial style of enmity to
the President is fond of represent
ing him as the easy tool of the N.Y.
nabobs. ' His conduct in this emer
gency ought to put these calumina-
tors to shame. In fact, Grant has
always shown himself the master of
emergencies, civil as well as milita
V lien tbe time or panic came
these speculators and gamblers ,in
railroad stocks, with some of those
whom they involved all passionate
ly desired tbe President to use the
public money for their relief. No
greater impertinence could have
been shown than the proposal made
to the government of the United
States that its treasury should be
placed at the disposal of the very
men who- had brought ruin upon
themselves" by' their recklessness
and folly, and involved the solid
interests of the country besides.
When thisemapd was made upon
him he President asked for the law
that would authorize him to touch
it for snch purpose. The distin
guished democratic lawyer, Reverdy
Johnson instantly conceded that
that there was ho lawful authority
to do it, but that the situation of
the country demanded it, and that
the president ought to assume the
power of dispensing with tbe law.
The President answered that while
in the existing emergency he was
anxious to do all that he could pos
sibly under the law, be was unwill
ing at such a moment to put the law
aside and establish a precedent of
such "'-momentous-' consequences.
Whatever he said bis decision was
fixed from the first' He went to
the verge of his undoubted authority
but he refused to dispense with the
law. It is , another of the many
proofs which the President has con
stantly given of his sincere patriot
ism. The $44,000,000,' reserve in
Treasury was allowed to be used by
the government in its own transao
tions in case of. ngceessity. -,. t .i:
If you want Reform, vote for
H. E. Day for sheriff.
. There arebogns tickets' scatte-ed
through the county, having the Re
publican State ticket in full, with
John Castor for Sheriff. '. Look out
fox them?,:, ... ;. ... ... ,
IHo one or the Chicago papers is
now doing any business. We learn
this fact' from the other Chicago
"The election is next Tuesday. We
beg of every Republican to put forth
his individual efforts from now un
til thai time, and see that riot a vote
be lost' A little talk in every neigh
borhood is the productive seed cast
upon good ground that yields the
fruits of victory. . ; ,
There never was a party in power
in this country that equalled the
Republican in tbe reduction of pub
lie indebtedness, and the repeal of
direct taxation, ..'l .: . ..
Turnout every Republican and
swell the vote for Gov. Noyes and
the State ticket next Tuesday. . ,
New Orleans papers state that
though the schools of that city have
been under control-of Republican
officials since 1870, there has been
no discrimination practiced against
anv-body, parent pupil ; or teacher,
on account of politics or color.
Election next Tuesday.
The public will take noeice that
the Allen who whipped McCoole
nearly to death-in Missouri last
month is not the Allen who will be
whipped nearly to death by the R
publicans of Ohio this month. ' '
It is high time for tlie Democra
cy to be quaking. . Tbe day of their
annihilation is near at hand.
The Nameless Party has appoint
ed mass meetings at twenty-five
points in the State.,, .Mansfield and
Wooster are the nearest points to us
where any member can be found.
Let no Republican stay at home
from the election next Tuesday.
Exciting political rumors again
fill Paris. It is generally belived
DeChambord will move upon the
throne at an early date; aad.it is
generally believed, too, be will move
off it soon afterwards. It is the mer
est folly to attempt tore instate the
Bourbons in France. Efforts in that
direction will more likely bring them
to grief than to permanent power,., .
SOMETHING TO CONTEMPLATE.
The Cleveland Plia Dealer and
other Bourbon sheets which are id
the habit of speaking of Mr. Allen
as "the peer of Webster, Clay, Cal
houn, etc," because he happened to
live at tbe same time with them.may
find something to contemplate
this little talk to the Cincinnati En
quirer by the Times of that city:
It is of very little use to ask the
Enquirer to make good any of its
statements, since- truth plays very
little part in those "principles suited
to all times and circumstances.'
But since it has frequently to speak
f Mr. Allen as "famous by the side
of Webster, Clay and Calhoun," we
would respectfully ask it to point oat
any one occasion in bis puoiic lite
when Mr. Allen was recognized by
Webster,Clay orCalhoun. It might
set its library mat to looking
through the Globe for such an oc
currence. He won't find it,, but
then he has nothing else to occupy
his time;and after that be might ex
amine Benton's "Thirty Years" view
of our political workings and find
no mention of Mr. Allen, notwith
standing that was the time when he
was must alive.
MR. THURMAN'S GREAT (!) SPEECH
ON THE SALARY GRAB.
Senator Thurmun, that shining
light of Democracy, who is going n
and down the land making a big
noise denouncing the salary grab,
made a speecn on 'that measure
when it was before Congress, and
here is what that great denouncer
Mr. President: .There have been
some very extraordinary things
about this raising of salaries.
think there has been about the great
est legerdemain in tbe way of - legis
lation that I have ever seen, and
now at this late hour for the Sena
tor from New Hampshire to get up
and make an argument apparently
against the bid, but really to carry
all tbe Democratic votes for it
the most ' extraordinary of ' all,
Intcad of striking it a death bio
which he could at that time as
acknowledged leader of the Demoo
racy in tbe Senate, be made a few
frivolous remarks ridiculing the ad
dress of an earnest and honest mind
ed Republican who was doing h
best to defeat the measure! This
was '.Mr. Thurman's sole effort to
defeat (?) this measure, which he
now pretends to so heartily d
nounce. It is the most perfect spec
imen of demagoguery we have ever
seen in the political field and is well
worthy of its : unscrupulous- author
--Alien ,G. Thurman, Democratic
Senator from Ohio and- candidate
The great majority of Republicans
will vote for H. E. Day
A DREADFUL SECRET COME TO LIGHT
It is related of Captain Hall, that
after infinite toil and hazard in his
great sledge journey in search of rel
ics of Sir John Franklin, and after
unparalleled success in tracing' the
lost explorer, he returned to his
home and kept locked from human
eyes the saddest record of the lost
intending it should never see the
light until after the death of Frank
lin's aged and mourning widow. He
kept his resolution well, taking ' the
papers with him on the Polaris so
that they might be always near him,
Fortunately, the difference, which
become prpnounced between himself
and other members of the : Polaris
expedition before they left the Green
land settlements, induced him to en
trust the previous records of his
sledge journey, and , other imptr
tant documents to Mr. Smith.of Tea
suisat,- .before, proceeding to the
north, ' These records have been re
covered by the United States ' expe
dition in search of the Polaris. From
them it has been ascertained that
Captain Hall made the sad discovery
while searching - into the fate of
Franklin, that his party were reduc
ed to the dire extremity of eating
each other." This fact had it been
published would have given Captain
Hall greater fame than all his re
maining discoveries, but his tender
ness of heart forbade his giving tothe
public what would have caused Lady
Franklin any greater1- anguish than
already endured. Now that this
tender and heroic explorer rests un
der the same dreary skies with the
lost Franklin, curious hands tear
open the secret and find what manner
of man he was. ':: -' : .
EXTENSIVE RAILROAD ROBBERIES.
.The Bucyrus Journal, issued on
Friday morning, just as it went to
press received news of the discovery
of an extensive conspiracy among
number of cond ictora, brakemen,
engineers and fircmeu on the Pitts
burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Rail
roau east oi presume. These men
have been banded together for the
purpose of a comprehensive and or
ganized system of piunder of the
valuable packages of merchandise
passing over the road. Depois
where these stolen goods were stor
ed have been discovered, and much
valuable property found there, some
at ' Crestline. Arrests ' have been
j . . . ...
mauc to tue extent or as many as
sixty persons. . ,.
Let every Republican go to
the polls next Tuesday.
Louisville papers note the fact
that the number of old residents of
the south born in the north is great
er than many people suppose. Near
ly every ooituary in the leading
southern papers recently has been
that of a person of northern birth.
The new blacksmith shop at the
Rock Island Arsenal is the largest
one in the United States, if not in
the world. It is built of stone and
iron, has a frontage of two hundred
and ten feet on the main avenue.
with two wings each three hundred
and fifty feet long and sixty feet
A singular phenomenon was wit
nessed in the sky at St. Louis tbe
other evening. The celestial appar
ition was seen toward the southwest
looming forth in the shape of a large
fish, with mouth open and fins spread
if swimming in a denser medium.
Vote for the Reform can
didate H. E. DAY --for
Ob Wednesday , October 1st. 18TJ. by Rev.
T H. D Bell, Mr. SAMUEL WILlJ-NT, of
Shreve. Wavne county, O., and MibS XAKK1E
MILLKRjjf Kipley, Holmes county 0
On the 4th inst. in Mill Creek townsh p, Co
se hoc ton county, Ohio,EIer Babcock.ifted TJ
The deceased emigrated with hi parents to
that county and settled on the Tarm where be
died, in I61S. He has been a faituTal member
of the Disciple Cbnrctt tor SS year.
. Tber Is no pain which the
Centaur Liniment will not xm
Here, no swelling it will not
subdue .and no lameness it will
not euro. This fa etronf lang
uage, but it is true. It has pro-
dnrad nnrt earn Af rhMimi.
' : tism. neuralgia, lock-jaw,
pals sprains, swellings, enked-breaata,
scald, burns,. altrbeain, ear-ache Ac
upon the human frame, and of strains,
spavin, galls, te upon animals in one year
than hare alt other pretended remedies since
the world began. It is a counter-irritant, an
ail healing pain reliever. Cripples throw
away their crutches, tl a lama walk, poison
ous bites are rendered harmlesa, and the
wounded are healed without a scar. It is no
humbug.- The recipe is published around each
bottle. It is selling as no article over before
old, and it sells because it does just what it
pretends to do. Those who now suffer from
rheumatism pain or swelling deserve to suffer
if th?y will not use Centaur Liniment. More
than 1000 certificates, of remarkable cures, in
cluding froxen limbs, chronio - rheumatism,
gout, running tumors, have been received.
We will send a c ire alar containing certificates
Hie recipe, ftc gratis, to any one requesting
it. One bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur
Liniment is worth one. hundred dollar for
spavined or sweenied horses and mules or tor
screw-worm in sheep. Stock-owners this
liniment is worth your attention. 5o family
should be without Centaur Liniment. : Sold by
all Druggists. SO cenU per bottle; largo bot
tles $1.00. J. B. Boss 4Co5J Broadway, New
OAsitorla. is more than a substitul
for Caur Oil. it is the only af article in
existence which is certain to assimilate the
food, regulate the bowels, cure wind -colic,
and Droduce uatvral sleen. It coetains neith
er minerals, morphine or alcohol, and is pleas- I
ant to laae. i,ntiaren neea not cry, ana room
ers may rest. . . .-, as-yi.
At. E. CHUKCH,
O. BADGUY. PASTOR, SERVICE EVERY
Sabbath at 0X o'clock. A. M.. and 1 o'clock. I
P. M. Sabbath School at ax o'clock. Prayer I
meeting, nursaay evening- at i o cioca.
Atlantic & Great Western
Great Broad-Gauge Route
East and the West.
. STATIONS. No. . No. IS.
Manstield 4 11 MI 4.HUI ........
Akron 7.04 720"
Ravenna 7.M " 805 "
Beadville. 11.30 11.15 "
Corry :...-. i.Hm 12.11 par
Jamestown 4.05 " 1.26 ....
Salamanca ' .... iJ ' S.30 "
HomelUville.: aiS " 610"
Corning .... - 10.2 800 ........
Elmira 10.41 8.35
Binghanrpton .' ' 1249pm 10.5
New York.... H25 " J.IOtll .,
Albany 8.09 " 8.40
Boston via. Bingh'ton 5 50am 5.40pm
Boston via.Xew York 3.30pm 4.50 " ........
' STATIONS. No. 1. I No. 3.
leave . :
Gallon 1'li PMill.15 "
Urbana 3.1A I 2.05am
Bay ton.....:.... ..... 4.45 " I 8.45 "
Cincinnati :.V;.'s. ... j 7.00 8.00 u
Louisville 7.201MI114S ........
St. Louis 1.15PM 7.50PM
Eansas City . 8,5UiMl0.1M
MansAeld naisenirers bound east bv trains
Nos. aul 1 have no change of ears to New
York. Connections at Kavenna with the Cleve
land and Pittsburg road ; at Headville, Union
and Corry lor the Oil Regions; at Corning lor
aocnester: anil at B nstlumntoa for Alhanv
opiiugueiu, , ouircitci, noscon ano. aii points
1 U l.ct ....KI.U.l.
Westward bound passensrers bv Train No. 1
have no chanze to Ciucinnati.aml bv Train Vn
a nave cmtice oi steeping coach, making con
nections with the Louisville Short Line Rail
road or alail Steamers Tor points in the South
and Southwest, 'Also with tbe Ohio Missis
sippi or Indian apolis A SLLouis lines for points
in Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and the
Far West, .....
For further information as to time, fare and
connection, apply to tue local agent, asking
Mir "Ciris via. rile ATLA.TlU A!v 1iKJAT I
w rsrE.rr..ii uuuiu UAUUrJ lOUTE. a
No "StOD-OVer" allowed mmn lnn.1 tikt.
Local iiassenaers mast niiri-hncm tick.t. tn
weir ma. swippiDg piace. ann may tnen repnr-
Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Ag't,
CITY GUN WORKS
A larce uiortment of Mazzie and Breech
LoadiDE (Single and Double Barrel) Shot Gurt
Rifle, KeTolvers, Pistol?, Sporting Goods and
Fishing Tackle. Call and examine my stock.
or senator Price List. Address.
n. H SCHULTEi
830 Liberty Street, Pittsburgh. Pa.
qs Repairing aon on
a Short notiesv
TO THE " TRADE" ONLY t 1- (I873.
;W .A. T C H E.S
Jewelry. Watch and Clock Material.
ac. m.s,9 otc.
. wooas- MW
MEW TORK BILLS DUPLICATED.
leOrden promptly attended to. -JL;
G.B BARRETT & CO.,
60 Fifth Avenue, . '
fnTWWn l 1TA nimn we n -m w m.u vtnm t I
JUL rAfUUlL nVMfi Kltfl E1I I
iiiii, unrivalled doutharn Kialv ia rrrii.
.Or anv inluriona miiifial aiiliatan hnt u I
- r...a - ymi m io us tivu- i
containing those Southern Roots and Herbs,
countries where Liver diseases most preraiLl
an au-wiM rrovuienco uas placed ml
will cure all Diseases caused by Derange I
of tbe Liver and Bowels. - I to
Simmotlt .Liver Keguiator. Or medicine,
a Family Medicine: and bvbeing
kept ready for immediate resort will save
any an nour oi suneriiig anu many a dollar
time and doctors' hills I
After over Fortv Years trial It U still re.
cetving the most unqualified testimonials to Its
virtue from person of tbe highest character
mi natwt.ii.n.rv Vminan ,Ti i-1 . I
mend it as the most I
Jonitiuation. ITeadache. Pain in th. fthAiil.
del. Drtziue. Sour toinach. bad taate In tbe
mouth, bilious attacks. Pal.itatiun nf th
icks. Palpitation of the
eglnnof the Kidneys, de-
and forebodings or evil.
offspring of a diseased
lean, rain in tne region or the Kidney, tie-
ponndency, sluom and forebodings of evil,
oi wuicu are sue
For Dyspepsia or Indlgeatlon.
Armed with this ASTIDOTE. allclimate and
chanures of water and food mav bo faced lvltb.
fear. As a Remeilv in MALARIOUS rE
VER9. BOWEL CUM I' LA IMS, 11ESTLKSS
NBS8, JAUNDICE, M AUSEA,
It has no Equal.
1 the Cheapest, Purest and Best Familr
moiidui in sue norioi
Manfitetttrd swr ay
J. H. Tallin At Co..
MACON, G A., and
Price ll.O). Sold by all DruggU...
PORTER, D0KALOS0M & COMPANY,
U. H. HA.WKINS ft CO.,
137 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
Wholesale Dealers in
HileiT aii straw Goods i g Mff jfcl
" 0FFaBls ENTrRELTFEESH8T0CKAT THKCIX)SrST PIGUBK3. , .
. All tbe Kereltiei in tbelr linereeeiYed as soon at flnjiorteUI ' ' Millineriand Merchant
are in?itel to examine tbi (took before purchasing.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS.
j J, HAWKINS. ; J.J.PORTEB. D. V. DONALDSON'. ' ' C. K. PATTEBSQX. .
1873. FALL A.TST WINTER. 1873.
Wholesale Boot and Shoo House !
In the City. .
'.. J: .
J. H. BORLAND, "
Mwfacta aM Mesale Dealer, 53 & 55 Wopfi St,
IS NOW RECEIVING ONE OF THE ' . ; .,
LARGEST STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES " '
; Ever Brought to th City, ConIngof
lien's Boys' and Youths' Boots. B rowans and
uus, JMumoms ana suppers, oi
r. lor cash, and will
ft9 Particular attention is called to oar SMOKY CITY BOOTS.. AUo, Agent far EUB
BEus AT FACTORY PRICES! ,r '
Tbe trade is specially invited to call and examine mr stock and orice before nnrenasina
uewnere. uroers irorn uie country niiea promptly a eastern prices, as
Family Retail Store,
? 98 Market Street.
! StoabenTiUe, O.
Balmorals. Lalie, Mine and Children' Gait-
evei j style .mi qaaiity, uvagut
be sold at eastern price. - i
J. H. BORLAND'S,
53 or 55 Wood St, Pittsburgh.
i . , necuyie oeiore it is cooveriea in
ment fluid, and thus makes impure blood an otter
: . 1 1 i-
11 AT COST ! '
To save the expense of mov
ing to our new store, we have
concluded to close out our jires-
ent stock of Furniture, amount
ing to $215,000, at COST. This
is the greatest opportunity ever
offered to the public to furnish
their homes at a very low cost.
This Furniture is first-class . in
every respect, being the product
of our own Factory. ....
Hart & Malone,
103, 105 and 107 Water-st
' .;-, ; .;-t ' - ".'?. -i
4-yl .' :- 7;,"! -
wanted. Of Chicago,
Desires to emptor on liberal
terms, energetic and reliable
men to act as Agent is this and
ether counties. Only ' those
meaning business neea apply
rhe Company ia sound and re
liable. Has a paid up cash cap
' ital of f240.00u. enabling it to
Ample comply with all the laws of tbe
States, in most of which it is
Seen llty.ftffed by leading financiers of
. .. L'hieasro.
Life Insurance on the Basis
- 1 aa Fire Insurance.
LOW Rates. No reserre beyond the current
Atageot J-A- year. No extraragant load-
MX) CMU (in I V tnip fnr nnpnKM. I naiirtnr
38 17 or less for at actual cost, or about one-
uextii years, lourtn or tue oia style nign
rates. - n
Deceated Policy holders of this
Co. bare realised $104, TOO more
thftn the- wAitlrl hut their not.
fmAll ilUcies" been in old high-rates
JUgTlCG T fl AllcomDanies. Address N ATION-
WW alnH . x V IUCITD a XTi - E IV KA
. Fourth arenue, rittsbarvh.Pa.
A mj utr in i.ioii abra ijmh aw
t-mol ' -
RilLWiV lO.MPiM .
7 per . cent; ;;Gold ; Bonds,
Coupons parable February and Aua-ust in sold
in ew York or Baltimore. For bale at 90 per
ed br First Morteasre: executed to Fa.
Loan and Trust Co. ol New York, covering
Company's Line, Its Franchises, Eqaipment,
Real and Personal Estate, at the rate of S1&..
000 oer mile on the road, ixtentlinir from Uin-
40Ter&mfnU. State. Citv. Railroad or atiT
other marketable securities taken in exchange
oivnmt marin raws, wunouc commission,
and KAGEB Bonds forwarded free of charge
purchaser. Pamph ets, maps ana full In
formatUMkWill be furnished on application to
83 South Street. Baltimore.
Bankers, Stock and Note Broker, and fiscal
Agent of tbe Company; dealers in Govern
ment and Rail war securities in all the mar.
keta of the TJ. 8. Or to Banks and Bankers
(r)routthmt tbe countrr,
The Only Known Medicine
Purge, Jf urijic and Strengthen
Dr. Tutt's Pills arecomDOScd of maT inrrl
dients. Prominent ainonr them areSasaparit
and wild therrv, so uultcd as to work to
srether: the one. through its admixture with
oiber sult taitces, pnritvingand pui-fciug;whlle
the other is ftrenfithuniiitf the system Thus
these Pills are at the same time a toniu and a
i : . - 1 - - - . . . P , . . . J
nivi meu, mi. never ueiore uim:uverea. in
otner worat, tney iio tne won Of two medi-
oibw umw h Hues uener man anr two we
rnnw nl. IIiav rtmun nnrh intr frnm hj jnn
imuuritiei. so while thev ouree thev also
.... . .' !lti : . J .
strengthen and hence no deiUity and are fol
lowed br no reaction.
Dr. 1 utt's Pill hare a wonun-ful Influence
the blood. Ther not only purii without
we5lte",n'i "4 tDe remove all noxious par-
there is no nausea or sickness attending the
operation of this most excellent medicine,
which never strains or tortnes the digestive
urBu VH tBUc "
natuml manner; hence peisDt staking them
not iKeome pale and emeei..ted. but on the
contary, all impurities are being reroov.
d,the combined action or the Santar-anlla and
lid CherrT Durifles and inrlsrorates the bodv
nl robust state of health is the result of
PrivelBeent a box. Sold by all DrngaUta.
Priu. ipal ofllce. 48 and W Cvurtlandt S1.7K. V.
111 ., W ulI..il:VAl
IE V " tZfiK&AjfJ xXn
Dr. Sharp's Speciflo cures Disnepsia, Constl.
nation. I.iver lomplaint, Voniltiug of Food.
Stomach, Water Brash, Heart-bnrn.Low
Spirits, Ao. In thirty-five year never failing
tocure the most obstiuKte case. Sold bv drng.
generally. J.K.Kaiff. Agent for Mill
ertburs. Ohio. Depot. It Kicbth St- N. T.
Circular mailed on application.
vonag man of reaDaetabllltv riaaima r
retpondenc with a number of intslllgent
young ladle, fbr amusmut and Imnrove.
Address, MA Kg. MkRKDITH, lck
Mt, Pltuaargk, em. - i.mol.
pieces of worsted Dress Goods,
at 20c. ,pr yard, worth 30u. .
pieces of Dress Goods, at 25 c
" per yard, worth 27 - '
pieces of Dress Goods at 50c per
yard, wortu 7oc u-.
pieces of Sateens at 85c per yard
. -; -woru.f.Zi ratil
pattents-of- the oclebrmted Lyons
ropiins, snK and 'woof, at fl.oO
per yd. worth 2.00. ,
patterns gilk and Wool Mohay-s,
t at ic. per ya.-ntmiffi.9b- j
yards of Lyons. Gros Grain
Black Silk, at $1.50 per yd. worth
yards of Lyons Best Gros Grain
Black Silk, at 137f seats per
ya.. wortn 3.00
Double Parsley Shawls, at $17,
t fr-t-rvwortti $25. " n a
good assortment, of Staple
Goods. Full Stock of Fancy Goods
Commercial Bloek. MJIlerabarti Okl.
if..-' :'Ul i '.liV.Vi'I
- .rj :j i
2 . --"f.- .3 '
.5 . .. . m fx
l o 5 O
if? pai m
I; j 1 1 Tj a
&3-V ": ft. I I .
erv.; I I p
w-l$:V:. u. P
IS o'5 mJ l
l -.. .. Ty m
St- 8 O 7I '
a : h).- -
Akakttfc i-Byfi aj- ar Mmf e--n
I Leek, ..Doering &' Co.,'
I : . , 'CLEVELAND, OHIO. J?
m i . M w nuLnLi pkalibb ijf
I F XTRHISHZNG GOODS,
' HOI3ERY, GLOVES,
f - tots m mn Limit
- New and complete stock of . " .
I FALL m?.iE,
E Jast open at
I 143 A 145 Water St,
7-moS v - - . -
EDWARD FOX & CO., ;
Producs Commiaaion Merchairti ' J
For the uie et Butter, Eis. Cheese, Flour,
Grain, Potatoes, Dried and Green Fniix,
and all kinds or Country Produce. ,
20I Liberty Street. Pittsburgh. Pa.
KKFEB.Br PERMISSION, lO
Arbnekles ft Co., Pwholesale Grocers, PitW-
-. burgh. 'Imprevmeat Trust Company
Bank, Pitubnrgk. S. Swart ft )Jo
Wholesale Grocers, Pitt.bnrgn,
F. W. Jenkins ft Bro, Whole
'A .'-i i..Flolf)rbarita, . . . ;ir.'
D I P L O M A. ,
: Awarded bv tbe
AMERICAN INSTITTJB, .
. i T(J 3. W. McKEE,
.' it i - ros - ,. . -i. .
Embroidering and Fluting
It Is ingenious- and- will nitsinnl.rf
every matron in tbe land." '
Exhibition ol 18a. .
Jena E. Gavit. Rec See. F. B. Farnard, Pres.
,k - tMnuiol ia Tillman, Cor. Sec.
-- - Sew York, Nov. SO, 1ST1.
This Sim Die and imreniona macbine i n-
rbi as tnesewina Machine, and ia t'a&t Immb.
ug popular with ladies, iatbe place of expen
sive needle work ; it work being ranch more
handsome.- requiring lese time and no one
tenth part tbe expense. Ma. lady's toilet is
now complete wUhout it. A machine, with il
lustrated circular and full fnstruetions sent on
receipt of t.or ttnlsned in silver plate for It. 75
-Address, tbe McKee atannfactnring co-
Broadway, Sew York.
I9 A gent Wanted.
.Dr. Garvin's Elixir of Tar.' -,'
recommended by regular medical practi
tioners and a soeedv cure enaranteed for Colrfts
Coughs, Catarrh, Asthma, BroncbitM, Spitting
oioori, ionsomption and all pulmonary cow
Dlaint.' Scrofula. Ervsioelas. Bvsnensia and
Gout. Dysentery. Cholera Morbns, Cholera,
and all liver ana bowel complaints.. Kidney
uiseasea, arm an aneccions ox tne nnnaj or
gana perfectly harmless free from mineral
alcoholre iHorierties4leasanl so take s. I
sKTer Juowa xo tail..- Price U par kuttlav. FU
particulars, with meiuoal teatiuony and cer
Uncate.swtMtanslioatiotU b. F. MIDI A
COM 196 Seventh avenue, New York.
The Bsckwith f 2 O Portable Family
Sewing Maohine onSO Days Trial;
Manr adi'antages over all. Satisfaction ruav.
aikteei or fJ refiiudau. SekHv.inp!ee, with
full ilirei-tions. iieckwith Sewina Machia
Co., Sos Broadway, Sam York.
carts from the Devil; or, Cupid Abiised.
Book just fssned, exposing tbe ieroBals'
that have appeared in the New York Xew.pa
pers; tbelr history and lesson; stylish villiau
lully exposed, advertisement from desper
ate men tobeautiiiiIwomen;clandestine meet
ings; how frustrated; the bistorv ot the Gooil
rich Tragedv the result ofa'peraonal.' lo
scription of living Broada-av statues. Expo,
Social Corruption. Sent on recei pt of SOcta.
Address Unique Printing Uouse, 3 Vesey St.
Sew York. . .. ' . .
The New Remedy, for Rupture.. J
A most imnortant Invention. Sold hv fh.
Elastic Truss Co. No. ata Broad, ay New Tork
Citv. It retains rupture absolutely in imm imI
oonifort. night and day. at all Hmee and under
circumstances, without anv exception ia
case, and should never be take, on during
short time requisite to effect a permanent
Sent by mall, llrenlar free. Anv drug
gist or Phrsinaa will order thia new Tnisa
Chioago, Rock lalind & Pacjfio R. R,
The direct runte Ibr Joliet. Iforri mtw
Lasalla. Pnrn. llearv. M i..,,., t.i.
Midine, Kock fsland, Uaveuport. Mnsca-
tvasnington,lowaCity uriuel, Xewton.
Moines, Council Bluffs ami Omaha, with
change, where it joins with the t'nioa Pa
cific Kailway lor Denver, Salt LakeCitv, Sac.
ramento. Sun Kntacisco. and all uoiutswM.
tbe I'aclUc coast. Trains leave dallv, via'
Omaha, Iasavea worth A Atchison Expres,iex-
w(.om.wji), IU.UO a. at.
m AccoatmoOatieo, (except Snadavs,
Omaha ami Leavenworth Sxpnaa, iexcep
cMs.ra.jsi, . . - iv.iasr.al
Depot corner Harrison and Sherman n...
Ticket oMce 83 West Madison street, Sberinaa
Tbe Chicago. Bock Island and Pia B.n .
Company hav now opened their South.
astern Division betweeut !.. .w .T
cbison and Chicago, cvunectiog at bssm.
worth w th Kansaal'Kine andMioVl vlZ
lS?lrTU?'i f Atchison with AtchiM.
Topeka ft Santa f ..Central Branch Cnioa p.
Wnd Atchison Nebraska HaU roads, tor
point in h.ansas, Indian Territory Coiol
"4 Mexico. The tompanv
a mil complement Palac. Djawln
and Sleeuir. r.r. -k...i. 'u7
beauty and tnteriorarrangemenu for the oomZ
convenience and luxury ot pasaeagenara
unequalled by any oUer oanot thTkindia Van
worfd. Through ticket t.r sale at aU nrincs
and tray ticket ofll -ea, princi-
oago,IU. '" cm-
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