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Holmes Comity Eeputlican
Millkrsbcrg, 0., : : : Jan. 8, 1874.
Notice to Subscribers.
Qnbscrlben cu always tell haw tdselr anb-
lOcnptioa aceonnt .tanas, or wwb a
ngnrai after their names on Uia addnM label
pasted on tbe margin ot the paper. Itwiefljr
re show the exact date to which subeenptioo
hat beea paid. .bar. may poa.iy be tome
mistakes in the dates. H so oar subscribers
will please let a kaow what tter are.
Arrival and Departure of Malls at the
ABnrfc :'t ' A
Going Xorth, 4. a. a.
tjoinf South, LSI p. a.
Going North, .- ....,.. tMu.au
faoing Sooth, VLSI pav -
Fron Coshocton, Mondays. Wedaesdar an
Fridays, at .00 p. at.
Tuesdays, Thnnday. aad Satnrday,at 109 a. m
From -Canal Dover, via Shaaeerille, Walnut
Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wedncadaft
and Fridays, at vim.
aloadaya, Wednesdays and Fridays atiasp.m
From New Philadelphia via BarersTille, New
JieaMora, bautua, etc, Baturuaye, at u m
. Satnrdaya,atlp.B. . -
Fran Eochs Tin Benton, ML Rope, etc-Mondays,
Wednesdays aad Fridays, at p. aa.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at T a. as.
Paint Valley Arrire and Depart Wednesday
Ofnc. Bonn Irons 1)i a. as. to t n. as.
T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
heart j thank for a moat beautiful and
fragrant bouquet. Also for a portion
of rich fruit cake, oyer two rear old,
which was as nice as when made. -
NEW COUNTY OFFICERS.
County Officers elected Jaat fall took
charge of their respectire officers on
Monday. We trust that these men win
make good and faithful officers.
THE OYSTER SUPPER.
the Presbyterian church made between
30 and $40 on New Tear's eyeaingat
the Oyster Supper given in the new
church building. This makes about
340 net which the ladies have made
during the holidays. . .". , ..' .',''''
No Sbbvice. The Lutheran people
are repairing their church,, putting in
Gothic windows, and having their
church frescoed. There will tbe reft) re
be no service in the church until further
notice is given. . Messrs. Crabtree 4
Trischka have taken tbe job of fresco-
s- ; '.. " , -:
ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
ersburg Kachine Co. was held on Hour
day. The following officers were cho
sen: s I .'.- i
J. Mulvane, I. Harpster, Jos. Adams,
BobL Long, and James Hull.
The directors then elected James Hull
President, for the coming year.
of Richland county, R. H. Row
land has left for parts unknown. Tbe
amount of the defalcation is not yet
known, but will probably reach one
hundred and fifty thousand dollars. It
is supposed that he had leaned the coun
ty's money to parties who have failed
during the panic, and for fear of expos
ure has gone. and taken with him what
I. O. F.
of Killbuck Lodge No. 81, 1. 0. 0. F.,
Tuesday evening, Dec. 30th, the follow
ing officers were elected for the ensuing
Fred. Nussbaum.N. Q.;
OotliebGerber.V. O.; '.-'.
H. O. White, Bee. Sec'y.;
John I. Spencer, Per. Sec'y ;
C. J. Voorhes, Trustee;
George Schnorr, Treasurer. ;
REDUCTION OF FARE.
AC. R. R have reduced the fare on
their road about twenty-five per cent
or to three cents a mile. The C C. C.
& I. R K. Co. have also reduced the
fare on their road to three ceuts a mile.
This will make quite a reduction, and is
done by the companies to meet the
popular demand for cheap transporta
tion during the hard times prevailing
throughout the country.
meeting of Holmes County Bar Associ
ation, was held on Dec. 29, 1873. G. W.
Everett President in the chair. The fol
lowing persons were selected a officers
for the ensuing year : '
President Hon. John Huston, sr.
Treasurer J. W. Vorhes;
Secretary L. R. Hoagland.
tt n n TThl wa utUvtail to deliver.
the annual "oration to the member of
the Bar, at the Court House, on the even
ing of the 24th of January, 1874, to
L. R. HOAGLAND, Sec'y.
TALK UP YOUR TOWN.
town, and your townsmen and business
men. Give encouragement to every
useful and creditable enterprise In your
midst, for as certain as effects follow
causes, so certain will every enterprise
of merit repay every citizen. -We car-
aot live unto ourselves, nor discourage
any movement in behalf of a place
without inflicting upon ourselves per
sonal Injury. If you see a needed im
provement for the town, demand it and
talk it vigorously until the whole com
munity is impregnated with the idea,
until a storm of public sentiment com
pels tbe work. Don't stop because
some poor mummy, out of whom has
withered all spirit and love of advancement,
moans out his sepulchral whine,
"it won't pay." . Show to your live fel
lows that it will pay, and leave your
mummy to his embalmed and swaddled
dust and stupidity, and by-and-by you
will see the result of your courage and
talk in universal improvement, In.
creased facilities and business, and
broad, liberal, generous public spirit
that pervades and verifies and makes
pleasant and beautiful : every: place
where it enters.. . i . "-1
Panic Prices for the Next 30 Days.
We are now closing out for cash only.
Our stock of Clothing and Gents' Furvi
nishlng Goods, from "X to 12 per cent.
less than this season's prices, and we
are the only house in town offering
such great inducements, therefore, it
to your interest to call on ns4efore
burins: elsewhere, for any goods you
need in our line during the next
days, before our splendid assortment
broken, at tbe United States Clothing
Store, of Isaac Marx, two doors west
the Court House. - - lJtr
Hall the people's Photographer,
Go to King's Bakery for all kinds
oi gooti groceries oc rrovisions 3il
Latest styles nf fall and winter
Clothing just received at Maxwell
which will be sold for cash. Ctf
heretofore exislisting under
firm name of Skrimplindc Coffey, is
day dissolved by mutual consent.
Dec. 15,3. .1. j. t-ur r ui .
A. Shrimplin will still continue
the Boot and Shoe business. All per
sons indebted to the above firm
please call and settle their accounts im
mediately. A. SHKIMPUX. IUwS.
THE PROSPECTS OF 1874.
ly customary at the beginning of a new
year, In take a view retrospective and
prospective.. Aot that it n any store
easy to look back or forward at this
particular season than at any other, but
the first of January is a sort of mile-
post in the journey of life, and the peo
ple thjnk then as they may not at any
other. In looking back through the
past year, we are obliged to acknowl
edge that tt has been year of plenty
and peace. Prosperity has been the
lot of tbe great mass of people in this
great country. This is a great source
of satisfaction, yet there are those who
are not satisfied. They, who have lest
money, are dissatisfied. They who
have not made as much money as they
expected to snake, M dissatisfied. .This
all come from our great anxiety to be
come rich. We toil and wear out our
lives to acquire that which .wo can en
joy but a moment, and then must leave
it. It is not .alone, tbe young and rig
orous, who thus toll, and scramble for
wealth, but tbe old man. who is stand
ing near the brink of the grave seems
often more intent upon accumulating
these heaps of riches, than be who is
just setting out in life. It is this ever
lasting grasping and over-reaching that
has caased all our. Ansutcbil troubles
during tbe dose of the past year.-' Let
ns hope that moderation may enter as
an important ingredient into all our
actions in the future. During the year
1873, neither famine, pestilence nor war
has devastated our land. Therefore we
ought to be happy and prosperous. We
have been prosperous, notwithstanding
tbe panic. The ran prosperity is tve
r perhaps because of the panic. There
must of necessity be' prosperity ' in a
country where crops have been suffi
ciently large, not only to feed our own
people, but to supply food to many
millions in other countries. There Is
also progress in the development of
our mineral resources. It is true that a
number of men not- satisfiwd ritn the
millions already made, expanded be
yond their means, and the consequences
was a collapse. - These men falling
struck other bubbles,! and they explo
ded likewise. " For a xhne industries
were hampered and suspended, but as
soon as an equilibrium could be obtain
ed, confidence was again restored, and
trade set upon a firmer basis than-It
had been before. The froth has been
skimmed off, and nothing bnt the gen-
pine article is left. ' The nation has
learned one great lesson from this pan
ic, and that is : "Earn before yon spend.'
"Pay as you go," U a motto that should
be set-it isr every, -housekoia to the
land.' ' living; 0n the - future-Is aot a
good plan. We enter upon tbe new
year cautiously, but with confidence
nearly restored. Let each one profit by
the past. One thing we should remem
ber, is that a paper dollar now hi worth
more than in the days of inflation, and
must go further than it Ji thei). Ta
prospect' for the- future is certainly
bright. We bad good harvests during
the past year; a4&2lbej)rjpeet tor en
abundant one next year is encouraging,
and decidedly favorable. The markets
are growing firmer, money is beginning
to circulate freely, crops are beginning
to move briskly, and every Indication
goes to show that good times maybe
expected in a very short time.
CUTTING DOWN EXPENSES.
essential to the complete restoration of
confidence and success in business. is
cutting down expenses of living In our
households, in ourbusioess transactions,
and in the workings Vofthe State and
National Governments This .can rbs
easily done If" we" will enter' upon the
task with an honest determination to
accomplish what we undertake. The
outlay for mere Bring within the last
few yAars, has' been -out of all propor
tion to what either necessity or comfort
requires, and the same prodigality has
been manifested in conducting our busi
ness operations. All thought of cost
and the approach of a day of settle
ment, seems to have been dismissed.
Since this state of things has prevailed
among tbe great body of the people,'!
not at all strange that most reckless
expenditures have beea made iu our
municipal corporations and in the State
and National Governments. The only
wonder is that public waste and cor
ruption have not gone to greater lengths
than they have, and .that the late panic
was not mere wide-spread' and disas
trous than It really was. .
We are glad to notice that Congress
is beginning to find out that there is a
better way of supplying a depleted
treasury than by burdenin g the people
with additional, taxation) n tea, coffee
and sugar.' The House Committee on
p - Ppropristion, bis discovered that It
can compensate for the . forty millions
demanded by the treasury, by making
deductions ronr'31wr.f nppreprfaiJoBS
asked," and cutting off" some unneces
sary expenditures, without in tbe lesst
interfering With the necessary public
service. he deductions eontemnjaced
by the' committee, andljusome instances
acknowledged by the departments, fpot J
up nearly thirty-two millions, leaving
bnt eight millions to jnake up the pro
posed reduction joiibrty mtllioas. ? The
balance can be eoveied by pruning out
many items of expenditure in the-de
partments, by redugbjg the, force, which
is entirely too large, and fiutting down
contingent expenses, -Lot :a similar
process be adopted in our households,
in our business amd banking houses,
and in our cities and States, and a vast
ly Improved condition of things will
soon be seen throughout tbe land.
to take a maTignant- form -wherever it
has appeared this wssassnrc There has
been quite a number of cases In many
parts of itbi9 aaafljofuiqg rconuties.
Several bad cases of It have come under
the physicians notice. 1 The' family of
JohnMeyerSrOfWoosterias been severe
ly visited by it. About a month agoChar-
ley died, and Iris' brother took sick the
someday he was buried; His wife In
turn, took it. also; and non,-Monday of
last week died. On Wednesday morn
ing the day she was to nave been buried,
her hnsbahd'dieiralsot They were bur
ied on Thursday In' one grave They
leave two young children to mourn the
sudden loss of both father and mother.
This young couple lived on the old
homestead in Chester township about
five miles west of Wooster. In the fa
ttier'! family all have the fever except
tlie father.-The mother, "It is thought
win not nve. a ne sen anu uaugnter are-
recovering. 7 . x ;, i I. i! i . I
signed wil) offer, at, 'public sale, at his
residence, 3 miles south of Millersburg,
on Thursday, Jan. 1874, the following
property, to-wit: 100, head of sheep.
350 bushels oats, 250 bushels corn, Ex
celsior Reaper and Mower, wagons,
buggy , plo ,-har reyffiftneginl
Ing imprements 'roirumerWIf to Wen
tloo, Salt) u;coiniuancefir v o ciopis,
A. M.''AeTi ot
of 5 and npwara'",T
Administrator, and Jejt
For-tiio beat Syo
ses go to uing s.
IN TOWN AND OUT.
Marriage, with peace, Is this world's
; Riches cannot "purchase mental en
Another dance in. Town Hall last
week, and almost another row. .
Hud scow were in good demand
during tbe past week, t S : ; j
Tobacco at Panic prices at Weston
& Huston's. . t -rlatf
Lutheran Mi te Sociefy saeets at M rs.
Geo. Reed'f, next Monday evening.
L. R, Hoagland ' has moved his of
fice to the room over tbe First National
Mrs. Henry Geib was buried on
' r , ,
school children have again comnaeBcedl
The holidays are
The Lava Pen Is the host ben made.
Ink will not corrode them. For sale
at the PoatnUficers
- .fvtcrs ct Hose's new Hall will not
be finished as soon as expected some
Several of our 'young men' and
ladies returned to college on Monday
after their two Weeks holiday. ..
Sunday morning was as milt! and
pleasant as a May morning. It grew
Mtormy toward evening.
The BradburyPiano Works in New
York were burned on Friday morning.
Los1100)00. ..' r(t : -,,.,f) 4
Good suits for SUMX). worth 1S.00:
Dr. Boling has. been visiting bis
mends In Holmes county ror a lew
The sneciai train for Columbus next
Mondavmonime leaves 'Akron ata '
dock an ICiilersbarg at 5 o'otookJ 1 '
Our new Representative is at his
past, and if wo mistake not will make a
Some thief stole Ross Hall's Pho
tographic sign one night last week, and
broke in the snow windows below la
trying to get it down. !
We notice several ne w buildings go
ing- up in different parts of town. The
demand for dwollings is on the in
crease. .; !..!.) r -i-- .'. -.
A Jones who was found guilty of big
amy at the late term of court in Woos
ter was sentenced to one year in the
We furnish Envelops with a Busi
ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as
the blank envelopes can be purchased
elsewhere. , , I
The "Wayne County Democrat" is
now run off by steam . The proprie
tors have put-in a handsome little en
gine which does -ha work well, ft is
V aid rath 's pattern. .!.
Rev. Alex. McFarlane. pastor of
the BaptMtchureb of Wooatei,. has re
signed bis charge there and has gone to
r"ort Huron, Mien-where oe has taxeu
charge of a church.
Go to Gard's for . Choice ' Cigars.
Boys' goods very cheap at Len
Bird's. . - . 17tf .
, Oysters only 25 cts. a dish at Wes
ton & Huston's. . .... . .. 15tf
Don't spend a dollar for Clothing
tntil you have called at Maxwells'.
They sell the cheapest. 5tf
Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery.
Nicest assortment of Cakes & Can
dies at Lang's. 3tf
-Overcoats for $10,00. worth 18,00:
Overcoats for $4,00, at Len Bird's. lTtf
Cameo pictures at Hall's Gallery.
18tf . . . ;-
Hall the people's Photographer, tf
en by Mr.,T. Critoh field, was lost by
me, between Mt. Vernon and Millers
barg, en Thursday last. The finder
will be suitably rewarded by leaving it
with,"t sending H to, me at; Millers
burg, Ohio. Robt. Conn.
ESCAPE OF WOOSTER BURGLARS.
Some weeks ago two Itinerant flfieves,
by the name of Willis and Brinard,
burglarized tbe residences of two of
the prominent citizeae of Wooster and
wen ciught at Hy lodged bf jail, tried
in eoiirt, convicted and atpteneed' to the
penitentiary for three ytars.i On -die
morning- following rheirwnMit,' they
succeeded in breaking off a bar and
escaping into another corridpr, where
they hid behind an -open lattice door,
until the Sheriff had passed by them,
when they darted out, and swung the
heavy iron door, shut after them, thus
making -good" "Itueir esoape,. while'-the
cautious ( f) Sheriff was left a prisoner.
One would naturally have thought that
one trjek qt thk kiad jilayed upon Jiim
would have been enough to have put
hitn on his guard. It has not been many
months siuce ths notorious "No Name,"
alias Snyder, served . the Sheriff the
same trick precisely. But what is most
surprising to us is the fact that no alarm
was given that tbe prisoners had es
caped, and no step taken for their re
covery till several hours after the es
cape. This is unaccountable conduct to
us. The birds have flown to more con
genial climes, and justice is once more
cheated out of iter just dues. ,-.
LAND FOR SALE.
for sale several farms from forty to one
hundred acres each. ' Four or five con
venient houses and, lots also for sale.
Enquire of Hadley at Millersburg, O.
For Sale or Rent.
I The undersigned has two houses and
lots for sale or rent. For further par
ticulars Inquire of T. J. Everett.
Bran for Sale.
Ten tons of good Bran for sale as
cheap, as ran be bought anywhere, at
Millersburg Mills. U. ehrekbach
13tfi--i '.' -'
COFFEE SALOON AND RESTAURANT
up in good style, will be pleased to
Know that sncii can De naa oy eaiung
at the Coffee Saloon and Kestaurant ot
the Glass Bros, opposite the Post Office,
Millersburg, u. warm ilea is at an
hours of the day. - " 6tf
Reward or Merit.
Tbe following strong certificate as to
the curative virtues of Miss Sawyer's
Salve, we clip from the Patten Voice.
" We are happy to ' iiiv before our
readers the following cure, effected by
the nse or Miss sawyer's salve.
Mr. Silas Bryant or Sherman, has
been afflicted for years with what the
doctors pronounced a ncrojuunu cancer.
He consulted the most skillful physi
cians in vain, and was finally Induced
to.try Miss swyert Salve arid now af
ter using the forth box, he -is entirely
cured, and enioys periect neaitn. ti
: i ' ' 'i V. ' "
To all wbo are in need of paper, en
vnlotmr An-' tilaln or fnnev. we would
state, that we have a good assortment
on nanus; and are fitting up the room
back of the Post Offiee, where samples
of our stock can be seen. The best
brands of Cap, Legal Cap, Fools Capj
Note Heads. Bill Heads. Letter Heads'
Note and Letter Paper, always on hands
Envelopes of ail styles and colors. Our
paper ttatl envelopes ore of the best
Quality, and will be sold at the verv
lotvrst figures. Person wishing to hove
their cards printed on their envelopes,
or. letter head. !an have It done at lit
tle expense. Please remember that all
kinds of btationery can he had
wholesale or retail.
Oysters i a
m & Hustou s.
i only 40centR at We-
THE CHRISTIAN UNION.
Union' is a large sized religious
journal, unsectarian, independent, and
devoted to religion, morals, reform,
news, literature, household matters,
science, art, agriculture, trade, Ac, &c
It is the only religious journal that the
Rev. Henry Ward Beecher writes for, or
to which he in any way contributes. It
au ably edited, paper and has an im
mense circulation.- The publishers are
offering for the year 1S74, in connection
with their paper, a pairof most beauti
ful chronios called "Our Boys; or, The
Dinner and The Nap." These we think
rival in beauty "Our Girls," or "Wide
Awake nd Fast Asleep," which they
gave last year, xnese pictures are
worthy a place in tne most costly nomes
and inexpensive enough for the sim
plest dwelling. The "Christian Union"
with this oair of chronios mounted and
sized and delivered freetothe subscrib
er, fbr $3.50. Miss Martha Buchanan in !
cting as a-ent at this office,
. ",,.,,, - p.,
Mrs. Cook & Miss Libbie Woluaiiot,
Would announce to the citizens of Mil-
lersburg and 'vicinity, that they are
readr to suddIv them with Millinery
and Fancy Goods, such as: Bonnets,
bats, velvet for suits, hose, glaves, rib
bons, laces, hair braids, children's un-
derwnre, neck tie, zephyrs, pattern of
kinds, embroidery, &c, sr. stamp
ing done to order. Everything usually
kept a Millinery and variety store,
can be round mere, vaii sou see inmi.
Over Wholf, Tidball & Co's store. lOyl
Lang keeps the best flour in town
. - . t if
Len Bird is sellfng out. l"tf
Tobacco of all brands at Lang's. 3tf
Specialties for the Holidays.
Weston and Huston's 40ct Stall fed
Oysters, ' are the finest Oysters ever
bold In this market. Try a can.
Marvin's erackem, Ttaisins, Prunes,
fine and stick candies,Xew canned peach
ct Plums , and Green corn, Celery
Salt,Mince-meat,Bell and common Cran
berries. . Everything . fresh new and
nice. , We are not Undersold by auy
-Shadow pictures at Hall's Gallery.
Cranberries, 15 cents a quart, at
Weston & Huston's, i . ' 15tf
-Go to Maxwells'.if you want yom
dollars to spin out the farthest. 5tf
Pasic Prices. At Weston & Hus
ton's Oysters are selling at 80 cents per
40 cents per can.
Stewed per doz. 25 cts.
Best Svriui. 80 cts per gallon. ; ' I
Panic prices for all goods. 15tf .
' Mr. Weston's Mince Meat at Wes
ton & Huston's. , lotf
Tvervthin'r In the fnmishinff irnods
line sold at greatly reduced prices at
: For Soda, Pic nic. Lemon," Suga
Cream Crackers go to Lang's he al
ways lias a fresh supply at iv hoiesnie a,
A Fine Picture.
If yon want a fine picture already
framed, subscribe for the illustrated
'Peoples Monthly," pictorial paper lor
fireside. ' Pictures delivered from
four to ten daysafter subscribing.1 The
paper and pictures can be seen at the
Post Office. ' H. M. Cckxixghav,
tf ; - Agent.
. f s
Latest styles of hats and ' caps just
received at Maxwells'. Call and - see
them.' . -.- , utf
Good hats 75 cents, at Bird's. 13tf
' Len Bird is selling loads of Clotti
ng. We see bundles going out evry
day. . fi . 17tf
Peanuts 10 cts. per quart at Weston
Huston's. ',-' 15tr
The firm bf Messrs. Taylor & Sharp,
has been doing a good trade iu the Fur
niture business, une ot the nrm is now
away buying a new- stock, and in a few
days they will have their store rooms
packed with new styles, lo tnose wno
need new furniture, we would say, go
Taylor & Sharp, and examine their
stock. Their new goods will be on in a
few da vs. when our citizens will have a
chance of getting choice lurnitiire at
very reasonable rates. Fine work they
sell at close figures. Call and take a
look at their stock. ' - tf.
Len Bird has a splendid stock of
Finest five cent Cigar In town at
Lang's. . otf.
-Suits made to order on short notice,
Len Bird's. lit!
Notice to Sportsmex and Others.
We the undersigned citizens of Wal
nutcreek and Berlin Townships in the
county of Holmes and State of Ohio,
hereby notify all persons against tres
passing upon our premises for the pur
pose of shooting or killing game. Any
person so trespassing after date of this
notice, Dec.- 11th, 1873-, will be prose
cuted: Joseph Helmuth, Jacob Weisz,
Henry HerebbergerDavut ueroer,
Moses Dt Miller, Christian Miller,
David Stutzman, Solomon B.Miller,
Abraham Mast, JJ. swartzeiitrnoer,
John C.'Yoder, " "Abraham Shrock,
David Hershbergevotin Miller, -Samuel
J. Weaver, C. Hoschstedler, .
Daniel B. Miller,- - Solomon S. Miller,
Elias J. Miller, -- Joseph S. Miller; -Jonathan
Miller, - Solomon Miller,
John C. Miller,-5 J Peter Sehrack,
George is. Shutt, Jtenjamm lroyer,
W illiam uerber, umanuei iseacny,
Christian Gerber, M. A. Kauffman, '
Christian B. GerberJohu Kroemer,
John MutcbelknausJohn P. Kroemer,
Ell C. Miller, Levi fry,
Jacob E. Miller, . Samuel P. Weaver,
David Helmuth, 1 John f. Miller,
David J. Stutzman,Jonas M. Yoder,
a J. Stutzman, Daniel P. Miller, "
J. G. Stutzman, . A. J. Kaiifl'maii, -Christ.
Stutzman, John J. Miller,
Elizabeth Weaver, Emanuel Miller,
D. J. Hoschstedler.Samucl W. Weaver,
Aaron J. Yoder, - t Daniel t,. Mast,
Hoschstedler. Christian J.- loucr,
Moses T. Miller Benjamin Weaver,
Premises in German township,, 19w2
Chapped hands, face.' rongh skin,
pimples, riozworm. salt-rheum and
other cutaneous affections cured, anil
the skiu made soft and smooth, by using
the Juniper Tar Soap, made by Caswell,
Hazard ft Co., Aew iorkr. Be certain
get the Juniper Tar Soap, as there
are many imitations made witli common
tar which are worthless. 20vr4
Jannarv 1st, 1874, at tbe residence of the of
ficiating clergyman, in Urrville, O.. bv Kev.
W. U. Painter, Mr. ALBERT WOLGAMOT,
Peoria. 1IL and Miss JENNIE REMINC-
TON,of sli lersburg, O. ... :
January 1st, at the residence of Mr. James
M. Fhillins. bv Rev. E. B. Caldwell. Mr. VYM.
W1NS1IEN ,of Woodville, Pa., ami Miss
IDA K. JiUOU.
December 24th. 1CT3. at the residence of Mr.
Charles Miller, bv Kev. M. P. Fojcleonir. Mr.
P. til B BON and Miss JANNETt' UUtiHEa
all ot ahreve, O.
Jannarv 1st, 1974, at Uie residence of tbe
nruie's miner, uy itev. m. r. iogisoug, wr.
HOW KU K.NAM ailU Ml Kfc.Iifc.t CA
LEt'POLD, all of Holmes county.
On the uitrht of December Wth. IsT-J. at 12
o'clock, H ANN AH PUKOV, widow of aac
ruruy, ageu b. years lacsiug eleven uays.
The deceased was born iu tiro ton, ( t., where
she lived 19 yeais thence moved to Wayne
county, PiL, where she lived till about the
year 18X2, when she and family moved toCUrk
township, which was then iu Holmes county
but now in Cox hoc ton county, Ohio. At the
time of her death, she irw surrounded by sev
eral 6f her children, and grand-children, and
great-g ran d-chiMrcn, and groat-great, grand
children, of which there are about an hundred
now living in different states in the Cnlon.
Her youngest daughter, Mrs. Thorns- U. Ar
noid, is several years y winger than her oldest
The funeral of the deceased will be preached
at Oxford, on tbe 3d Sabbath in January, at 1
o'sloek A. N. by Elder Smith.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. R
ThA .iivt K,tA for Joliet. Morris. Ottawa
Lasalle. Pern. Hcnrv, Macon. Peoria, Genne
MO.Mullno. Eoct Island, Davenport, Musca
tine. Washinpon,Ii.waCily , Gnur.el, New ion,
lw Muines, council Blulls ami Omaha, with
out change, where it joins with the I Dion Pa-
rjimento. San -t nmcistio, er all nointo west
h init,.-juLst- Trainsleave dailv.vix:
Umaha, Leavemrortli Alt-Bison Kij)ress,(e-
eept sonilav). .u.uw A. m.
roH. -Amiiui.kiiAn. fexceut Sunuavsi.
" . . BJJ0P. II.
umaha and Leavenworth Express, (except
.Saturdays), ' - v ' mio jtjs
Deuot comer Harrison and Sherman streets.
Ticket oflice SS West Madison street, bUermau
lloue. - .
Th i-l,li-4n; hrfrTslamf ah'.l PaciHc Rail-
rona tompany nave now wptk.i .unt
. . . . (k.t. . w
U'tf.rn livisinn between wtvestrono. At
chison anil Chicago, crnnectirff at laven-
wirtn Willi K :i n..-L tafiuc auu ji .anun a-
K.-iili-n.-uts. mill at Atchison with Au-iiison
TiMk-k.-i .e mitiu Mi..i eutral Hraoch t'njon Pa-.
cmTc, aad AktWio . Ni-I.ruata llailroals, sbri
au points in Jvansas. mill i w niwic, vio
railo and Xew Mexico, t he company have
Hunt a inn complement 01 i fjawing
lloom and sleeping care, which lor external
beauty anil interior arrangi-inciiis wr uir oom
I'.ir. rVinveiiii-iice anillnurv ol Dassensrers are
unctjuali-il by any other caw of the kind in the
KWlil. 1 11 11III K II III HI- l" . wpiimi-
pal and war ticket offices.
lluaa Riddle. Oeneral Snpenntemlcnt.
A. M. Sxrrn, General Passenger Agent, Chi
Children Often Look Paie and Sick
from no other cause tlian hiving worms in the
wiH ties troy Worms u ithuiit injury to the child
bemy pcHr tlv Whttk, and free from nil col
oring ur oilier injurious iugnxlients auiUlT
u&ed in worm nreiuiratiou-a.
f CL'KTl5jt BRONVX. Proprietors, .
415 Fulton street. New York.-
Sold by DruKifUts and hemiSLs and dealer
in llediciue at cent a Box. 4Syl
Thirty years' experience of an old nurse.
Mr. Winmiott't SooikiRf Syrp t preatrip
(.'oaoone of the hrt Female HiTdicrans and
Sur.-es in the United States, and hiu been used
for 3U years with never-tailing safety and suc
bv milhon of mothers and children. Iron
the feeble iulant of one week old to the adult.
It corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
wind colic,, regulates the bowels, and gives
re-.t, health ami comfort to mother and child.
We believe it to be tebetamlftRre$t remedy
in the world in all cases of Jmemtery and IHar
rham it Children, whether it arises from teeth
ing or from any other cause. Full directiors
for using will accompany each bottle. None
genuine unless the lac-simile of CWRTIS t
fEK KIN'S is on the outside wrapper. tsld by
all Medicine XH-itlers. . -a
Household Panacea & Family Liniment
is tite lest remedy in the world for the follow
tngcoaniilainta, viz: Cramp in the Limb and
Stomach, Fain in tlie Stomach, Bowels orSida,
Rheumatism in all its forms. Billions Colic,
Neuralgia. Cholera, iyeutery, -Colds, Fresh
Wonnds, Buras,eie Throat, bpinal Complaint
Sprains and Bruises, chills and Fever. For
Internal ami fcjateraakL'e.
Its operation i-not only to relieve the pa
tient, but entirely removes the cause of tbe
complaint, it penetrates and pervades tbe
whole system, restoring healthy action to all
its parts, and quickening the blood. Jr -
The UvmhiiUi Ptmacea. is Jiure))' Tegetable
and All-Heating. ' .
Prepared bv Ct'ETIS ft BROWN,
No.' 315 Fulton Street, New York. -J
For gale bv all Druggists. 47 yl
To Consumptives-; r i
The advertiser, -having been permantly cur
ed of that dread disease, Consumption, by a
simple remedy, is anxious to make known to
his fellow sufferers the meani of cure. To all
who may desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used, (free ot dmrgejwith the di
rections for preparing fend using the same.
which they will find a Sure Cure for Consum-
tion. Asthma, Bronchitis, Ac.
Parties wishing the the prescription will
please add ress, Ee v. ET A . TVTLSON. '
J94 Pctm Street Wtlliamsbiirgh, New York.
19m6. , . ' '
E rrors of Youth.
A gentleman who has suffered for years from
Nervous 'Debility, Premature Decay, and all
the effects ol youthful indiscretion will for the
sake of suffering humanity, send free to all
who need it, the recipe and direction for mak
ing thesimple remedy by which he was cured.
Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's
experience can do so by addressing in perfec
JOHN R. 0;TKN, fcJCedarSt. New York.
: . .. i - -
THE SUBSCRIBER will sell on long credit
the following lands:
Eighty acres one mile South of UHlexsburg.
Two Himdred a crew twciv miles south f
illrsimrir. on the Dresden branch of the
Cleveland, Mt. Vernon & Columbus U. R.
Will takeone-ourth the price down and wait
four years for tbe balance. The 8l) acres are
pretty much all cleared ami under a high state
cultivation. Price "jaw) per acre. '
The M acres are about one-naiitimoor .an.
Price $W per acre.
From one-ball' to two-tbinls oflwth farms is
bottom land. ApdIt soon if von waat posses
sion in the spring.
lew j husias j. Att.iuLi;,
Look This Way
A. SHRIMPLIN, who is al
ways selling Boot2and Shoes'
Cheaper than the Cheapest, is
prepared to sell goods down at
.... v. .'. ; - " a
He has purchased the inter
est of his partner, and is bound
to sell goods to sutt all custom
ers. Call and see him.
He has also secured a good
workman, who will do. all kinds .'
of Repairing , and New Work.
Orders promptly filled.
Leather and Findings on
. ; - .. .j '. 4. .; ... ;.j!t
hand at all times.
Come and see.
M illersbnrg. O., Jan. 1, 18T4.
Family . Groceries,
- 1 ' - " - 4 -
'aiJ V Kr!m . ..' -aj
!Sf500 A. YEAR
made with our splended
ft rpitreseuU si mule naifc of binliniof 50 in
tensely inUu-ebting and useful ltooks, that sell
iu every family, Best Uiiug ever tried by cau-
vaswn.f AGENTS WANTfeO- " masea
nermauent tMiiie- ou tltt-ac works in every
county. Prospectus sent post-paid on receipt
of urit-e. $1,50. KorcircuUrs and I literal terme
address JoilX E.POTTKR A CO. Publish-
ers, i'uiuueipuia, ra. l'Juu
"XTotice is horehv rlren Yhnt Ihe nndersfirned
X has been appt-iTnttil Ailminiscraior, with
tne Will annexed, of the estate of Julio Tavlor
decease... J, 11 AltVc.i TAVI-OK.
Want a cook, '
" Want n rlrrk.
Want a partner.
Want a situation,
Wantn -erv:iitlv girl, '
i Want to M'll a pinnn,
Want to ell a car r inure, 1
Want to bnr or sell a furnt,
Want a It-tanltiiir, - pliiet,
Want to fell town propertr,
Want to sell groceritu or drugs.
Want to soil lHuehnld furniture,
Waut to mII dry guotl; -or CArivrfs,
Want t find cutnmrs Tor anything,
ADVERTISE IN THE UKPUBLICAXi
Advertising will gain new customers,
Advertising will kcp old custotnorY
Advi'rtising lilterit.ly alunyi, payn,
Advertiing maken niece! eaiy,
AdviMtiiiitt lHgrt coiiQdeni-u,
Advertising mw energv.
Advertising howi pluck.
Advertising iimans hia .
Atlvertusi-or ""bnt, "
Adrertiie lour, -AUrertii
To save the expense of mov-
ing to our nenr storr, ice have
i- Vr.,-.r.rrv-)',vr j
concluded to' ciose vitt otA" pres
ent .stock of Furniture, amount
ing to $215,000, at COST. This
is le gvtaiehJ'jQTjjtmty tver
Offered to ths publio to furnish
their homes at a very low cost.
This Furniture 4s first-class in
every ' respect liiAg the product
of our own factory.
103, .105 and 107, Watery
1814 THE 1874.
, ......1 :..
Prest'Tteriaa . Banner.
Oldest & Cheapest
FAMILY PAPER !
EQUAL TO ANY OTHER
Only $2,00 per Annum.
- ..... A . . V
Srin ia - VasSi W W t-
The Newspaper for the Family.
the PRRanrTERIAN BANNER was es
tablished 1814, has nosupenor among religions
journals aad is puuiisoea as a lower rain man
any oiuer paper in uie .tiuren.
TUB B AKKER has eomolntn lsalicsana. US-
rary. Commercial. Agricnltnnl Aabnetb-
.-icnooi, ramny anu uensrav.-:H wna
ments. AirmlifTfc nrttWMif rii discussed-
'' .n - J 'ft . .
ipantat'aiMsntan rt liven, to ReUgious and
Our irnciarn ( orrflFiiondence is unequal ed by
Atir (riHiriMil in thftCbnrh.
;wspHer writers in in is country.
Durinsr the entire twelve months unusual at
tractions will be presenteU.
TkU tb m D ivir AHirr7hriLilH ha In
every Family. , ; .
THE FARM. .
Tinrintrthe entiirjar vear SDeci&l attention
will be j?iven to matters pertaining to the farm,
nl to such news and reeling as will interest
tbefarmert i J
1 fT tU A
Atronfjt wantiNl everywhere. Circulars con-
II 111 jr. lUC laiiia ivi xa ajx.a w n w. r. w a'
applteatioo. ' . L.
P'smm wbhiHarlnaaveaoatira en1es M tbe
HANNKK as gpetnecs, for tbe in ewn laier
mationaOr to tlww others, are requestor fr
send us their nanies anu P. O. addresa, and we
will send the papers postage paid .
Address all.lettors to ' ' '
' V. PRESBYTERIAN BANNER.
TO Third Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pen. Wwt.
.i.Ai- S .ni
! , Call on or address ,
LUTHER JS. KAlIFFMAIVi .
06 Fourth Avneue
: ' . " ' ., Pittalurg Pa.
A MAMMOTH STOCK
Soot & Shoe Store.
This atoek of Uooda was purcliated di
rect from the Manufactory, at -the-
.J- PRICES of all
Of the BEST MAKERS OF QOODS
IN THE MARKET. Our
Prices are far below -
any others in the
,. , ." - Market
-u . a..--
A.m- to Quality.
Our Terms are '
CASB 4 BOTTOM PEICES !
J j- ------
ONE PRICE TO ALL.
"Fair & Square Dealing1 !"
IS OTJR MOTTO.
Hf All can be suited in our stock.
t-Me, Boys,, Women, Misses, Chil
t"dien,'.Youth, 4e. In fact, we have
19"the goods, and we propose to save
t9you 25 per cent, upon all goods
HTbought of ns, for the truth of which
t""please call and see before making
i.' - . ; ' ' .'
No. 2, National Bank Building,
Aug. S6, 1878." : - '
Zi. B. B
Attention I Everybody l
Vj, AKBBCT IOCR
!"f0 tin, copper .-;
SHEET -IRON WARE,
Of our own manufacture. Also dealers in
' DR. NICKOL'S
WMlM- M Fm !
Manufactured bj L. J . Mattison, Cleveland, O.
We are Sole Manufacturers of
PATENT CHIMNEY - TOP,
Uaihlc shape Prevent Chimnsyt from smok
ing. Hoofing, Spouting,
Job Work of AU Kinds
' . . ..afa.DE A 8PKCIALTV.
- In Courtney Appletoa's Blocs,
4.MT VII.LKR8BURO. O.
Ktn9l perilay ! Aaentt wanMdl Allolas
eJ)uLUi Vsea or workina;neople,ot either sea,
Eouftg-oraM. snake more monevalwork nr ns
tbeir saaramoia.au, or all tne time, tban at
auTSUina else, rarswuian live, auwwu
Stinsoa Co., Portland, Me. tyi
For Flour," Bread. Cakes,
Pies. Ice Cream, Lemon
ade, Coffee," Sugar, Tea,
Rice, Canned Fruits, Can
dies. Crackers, FIqs, Nuts.
Prunes, English! Currants,
Corn Starch, S. C. Starch.
Pearl Starch, Dried Peach
es, Dried Apples,' Beans,
Hominy, Baking Powder,
Ciner, 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, BedLCords, Bacon,
. . . iO TO. Vj '
MAIN STREET, -;
I important. , , $ ,
W. Jacobs I
H Has Jut reeerred alargestock 1
AMERICAN A SWISS
i "WATCHES! :
-aT A. A.
i Ib GOLD and HILVltTCASES.
Gold and Silver Charms ia abon-
danc. A lATfe assortaient ,
oi Hcnas, .Buttons, nae (
Gold and Slivor Rings, ' :
Gold Braceletft, flae ;
' Gold Jewelry
: i-u. . : ,. :
; Ctaarns, Silver Thimbles. Gold ;
Pens, Spectacles. Nickel and
.Plated Ware, fco. We- -continue
to sell Elf ia
and Waltham -
tory list ' ;
; Call and See our stock of Goods,
25 to 100 ner cent, saved :
by so doing. We do , '
as we wish to be . . , , : .
done by. AU
goods war- i ; i :
. Repairing I :
Watches. Chronometer!. Clocks, '
; Jewelry, Ac, Ke paired on short ;
Look for the Biff Watch
and Spectacle Sign. -
JOHN P. LARIMER
VEALES Ilf ; , , , .:-
F I NE" " .
Family Groceries !
s ugars, ' :" ::
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
or ALL kiNDsr ' '.
Bicrhest PMee paid fbr Fan anc Sheep Felta,
Potatoes, Beans and Country rraduea
Agent for the
United, States Tea Company.
Mar bio WorHss.
.,!. i ' .i j-ri, .'.
A Nice Assortment of
Of the heat Italian and American Marble, af-
. ways on nana, ana at is percent, less utaa
the same can be booght of any trov
,. .... elinx Amenta . .,.;,jt j
4U Material Warranted JVo. 1.
Shop on Main Street. 1 door west of Uhler A
' JOHN CETZ.
Anticipating a large Fall Trade, we have
manufactured, and now have ready for sale, an
a a usual It large stock ef rich and plain Par
niture,of the latest and most fashionable de
signs. Recent derangements in the money
market indicate a targe season, and In view of
this probability, and with a desire toredece
onr stack before inventorying, we now offer ft"
an Inducement to buy a
Discount frwn 10 to 26
. per rent.
According to theclassof roods selected- This
is a rare opportnntty to obtain good Furniture
forlmuch les than iu real value. Den't buy a
dollars worth of Furniture, Mirrors or Bedding
natil you see ns..
114 116 Bank St.,
.. . CLEVELAND, O.
1A 1. 4A per ilar.
Areata wanted er-
lV VJ WasU errwlMr. Partieulars frM.
A IT. BLAIU A CU.,bt.Lenis, ato.
MISS SAWYER'S SALVE.
baaltat prosntiaa. vttk ns danmona iaan
(.at. A remedy ut amaA far tn. auny paiaa ana
actMa,srannd.an kralses a. which Wi as haw.
prodnctny a twd cttcct, ons ahraya raUwtna
It ia preparad by Mat Satcyer, wbo has nasd tt
a bar own xtanah treatauat ol th. aiek, te
Mariy twmty jm, with ana snoHsa.
Th. principal diasasM for which thai eato. la n.
onunanded are. ChUiUmu, anatiaw, PiUt,
Scrofula, Old Utcm, Halt fiAeaas, Sarosaa, Munf,
ftmr Son, ftlatu, ffmplet, JTfywiJ.l.i. Stn
tttl, Baroer'M Jfc. bufluu, BoUt, kill warms.
Cormt, gitet of u, Canctn, TootAacAl, Mir
Kht, Son JTtppUt, iuldm, SmMtm truun,
Bck. Seeld Stad, IMUafr, Cham Mtmdt.
Staid, Cat. Brmi-, Croup, CradUU Up, and
to em Kheamaiiani tf nropsrr.
applied. Bah tt on w.li with th. hand tare, tisaaa
sday. bsenraleaaeast ha. cored nalatod Ismha,
to POn tt ha. been diaeownd lo baa anraranw
sdy. Fara that ham bain aaWctad Ibr wmisj
nan been renercd by a ftw apptteaOooa. Farawy
npeta H works wonders. aHayinf tbefnflsnininttnn)
uul qoietinf th. p.Ut. Foe Ckappt H4m
produce, a core Immediately. Let those with Mm
BAeam obtain tbia Sain, and appty frnly, A
-jiey win nna n nmmaoi.. tt m gooa in cat
Rerofala and Toman, fiisftn nam bean
aith it. The bett Bain erer ianated for SwoUam
Breast and Bon NippU. No way tnjorioaa, hot
ran to afford relief. Son or Wtai Kym KablS
a tneuos fenuy.ooeeor twice a any. I
mm bv natttii sn th. eara on n niee.
Fbr FtUm this leaaperior to anythine fcnowa.
For PtmpU tin. acta lilt, a eharaa. For Mmmt
ud Scald, apply the Sarre at one. and It fine
laaraenlai. reueit. For OM Son, apply ana.
Not amona; the leaM of the hmlnabl. properllae
of Mom Sawte.'s 8ai.Tn an Wa WaeAcial aam
on the hair. Rubbed on the scalp, ia fire ot six
different pmrt it promote. U arowUl ml the beer.
Jrennt. It turaius aray. and on bald ota a are
ueea a new nrowth or hair. No lady ahonlif b.
Tllhnit lilir ll if I " 'T ir'rlr at tn liijlipnaastla
aosmetie for the toilet. It crettreua UodniBT aad '
from th. faoa.
Bmnawick, April 4, IHT.
' attaaSAWtm: I reeerred roar letter last ansj
roc, and was .err gmd yon concluded a. Us BM
take roar Selve. Itfarnk I en do well with tt, and
It will be ,nita ' arieomniodation to soy hwasanA
Oi atony bvhmvh. h. aw aaa. am
MMrtih. otj uo han 1
healed hi. ley as that dain of yoaia, and w. haw.
both ftaind It to be aU, and m Mrs, cbaaa swa
rst!u ir.rfitl.te. W. ban had tt In tn. fcaaily
fin or atz years, and ban and it for siaailhlaa.
andean and aw ham saw aadttlifasl ;
I nse it for a wajak back, and it acta ok. a charm.
Mr. Coombs hat had a iasr Bora am kit 10 far '
u.rty tear, and woald be a crippt to-day . if Da
kadnot found in.iJ, im agar Sat. keep.
It healed, and take, ont the ianaaaaaalion, nam ,
fieah and swelttna;, and doe. for neat all that n. aa
that yon han not, for I na. it for ireryuiinf . t .
eonatilarttanniaaM.iB a anally. i
. - loora, kc, KLJZABETH COOaCM.
: - '". - TO TBX AFFLICTED. '
IfyooTlanartHatljootof th. Sain, and aifii naa -to
keep Mipplied. Mod Bitty oants a. directed W- ,
kow, and reeere . box hy return aaail, , .
Fat m at larg Bona, at BO eaat am
hree time, aa larae aa the box linn leasaaa
Prepared by aflga C. HAWTIB, aael
pat an by L. M. BOBBINS, Wbolarn!
atna xteteut LrukTifiet, ttocauauui. anw.
A Trial Box Kntfre. by mall on taasltit or attaw
Kola, by U H. BOBBINS, Bwitland, Ma.
THIS VALUABLE SAL VI IB SOLD BT
AU. DSAL&IU1 IN atSIlICINIfi. .
Best PRINTS at 10 ceo Is per yd.
Best Domestie Gingams, .
. t 12J cents per yd.
Good Standard Dress Goods,
t 25 cents per jd.
Black Alpaccas at Panic Prices. ..
Double Warp Alpaccas,
j '- cents per ya.
French Merinos, in Fine Colors, .
worth $1.2n, at 85 cents per yd.
Cashmeres, all wool, on yd. wide,
worth ",1.50; at ttOc to f I per yd.
Black Silks, worth from $2 to $2.50,
' at 11.00 and 2.2S per yd.
AU the Kew Colors of Waterproof,
at 85 cents to 11:50 per yd.
Boulevard Embossed Skirts, "
at 11.50 to 12.60.
i t'i'.f Tt t..- ' ' '
Blankets at $5.00 per pair.
A Cheap Lot of Flannels.
Fancy Dress Shawls at $3.00.
Men's Shirts and Drawers.
' I mean to - sell more goods
for ONE DOLLAR than is sold,
in Chicago at the Dollar Store.
T J. TVIULV-tVISE,
Ko.l. cannenitl Blak. MlUorsbart, Obi.
. . , , , . -i
General Fire nmli
! MILLERSBURC. O.
AKGS a sneelaltT .f th. btnlaaM of Insnr-
now Campania.: ..
nce, reynmiM, ate. iim tu. (u. .rn-
Cash Asmi. Ht,lKI,aM.
TT . ' l" k fW VIV TORI-
Fire Association' clahZllil,iui
Cash Aasem UW.UUO.
Ci ) .- OF CXBVBLAND. Ol,
SUnj - . ', "JaX At.tSJ.
Richland Mutual; "IJSi:-..
Western Mutual! clV
Fanner's Ins. Co'j:
..iMiSN-ianfaieL la tnwn stasis '
try will receive prompt attention.
Office on Main Street, Mattonal Baak .