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Holmes County Republican
Mllxxesbcso, 0., : Maech 2G, 1874.
Notice to Subscribers.
Subscribers can always tell how their snb
criptlon account stands, by looking at the
figure after their names on the address label
pasted on the margin of the paper,
urea show the exact date to which i
iiald. There mar dossidit oe some
mtstakeain the dates. If so oar subscribers
will please let us know That ther are.
Arrival and of Malls at the
Coing North, AStf.ta.
Uolor South, ... 1-1)1 p. m.
Going North, 4.00 pi m.
Going South, 119 pmi
From Coshocton, Mondays. Wednesdays and
rrmays, at .uu p.m.
Tuesdays, Thnrsdayt and8arnrdTS,t 7.00 a.m
From Canal Dover, tU Shanesrille, Walnnt
Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays
ana radars, at a a.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays aUJOOp.m
From New Philadelphia Tla Eagersvilie,
jseaioro, saiuiio, etc oaturaays, siu m
Saturdays, at 1 p. m .
From Eoehs via Benton. KL Hooe. etc. Hon
days, 'Wednesdays aud Fridays, at p.m,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, atT a. m.
Paint Valley Arrire and Depart Wednesdays
Office Hours from la a. m. to 8 p. nf.
STAGE LINES. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
Removal. Dr. W. M. Ross has moved
his office to three doors -east of Uhler&
McDowell's store. The doctor has built
a new office and has It nicely fltted up.
Mass Tkifebaxck HEmsa. There
will be a Mass Temperance meeting at
Town Hall on Friday evening the 27th
Inst, at 7. o'clock r. if.
TaNTAUznia, The woods of Florida
are reported to be white with the snowy
flowers of the dogwood, the borders of
the swamps golden with the yellow
Jessamine, and the farm houses buried
in a bed or peach and plum blossoms,
while the warm air is burdened with
R xx oval. On and after the first' of
April, the China and Queensware store
will be found on the south side of Main
street, opposite Frey's Jewelry store,
We keep a .complete stock of China
(jueensware, Glassware, Table Cutlery,
Plated, Goods, Looking Glasses, &c,
which we will sell very cheap for cash.
Our spring stock will arrive in a few
dajB, and we will place before the peo
ple of Millersburg the best quality of
goods ever offered in this market. Drop
in and look at our goods and get prices
32tf J. L. Basks.
Pbison Birds Escaped. Four pris
on birds are on tbe wing, having es
caped from the Summit County Cage,
en Tuesday evening of last week. They
made their exit through a hole made in
tbe grating by cutting off three bars,
one ei wnicn was )i oy i men, in diam
eter, the other two one inch square.
The holo thus made was 7x14 inches
through which the men passed by strip
ping and soaping themselves thorough
ly. The Instruments used in cutting
the bars, were common case knives made
into saws by means of a file, which
some one had tied to a string that the
prisoners let down from a window, and
thus drew it up.
Nabbow .Escape. On Wednesday
morning last a boy named Charles
Nicholson, belonging to "the First ward
school building, having a pistol in his
possession, which Is contrary to the
rules of -school, and an expulsory of
fense, by some careless handling of it,
unintentionally fired it off, the ball pas
sing through the fleshy part of the arm
of Ralph Day, who stood nearby. It
was fortunate that it was not more se
rious. This should be another warning
to boys .to cease carry ins pistols as many
fatal accidents have happened during
tbe past few months from their careless
use by Inexperienced youthful.persons.
Accord! rig to the rules, the S uperi n tend
ent'had no other course than the ex-1
pulsion of the boy from school. Shield
A Fraud. The American ground
hog is a gross Aaud. It pretends to tell
us every 2nd of February what kind of
weather we will' have for the next six
weeks. ,Jt told us on the 2nd of last
month that henceforth every thing
would be lovely, we would have no
more rough weather, hay should be
sold quickly and. overcoats would be in
little or no demand from that time for
ward. It needs no proof now to show
that the ground hog lied. We have had
boisterous weather almost ever since he
made his prognostications. Little or
no sunshine have we" seen from that day
to this. Coal bills have been frightfui
and It looks now as if the second suit
of winter clothing must be laid in be
fore gentle spring puts in her appear
ance again. We'll take no more ground
hog in ours.
' School Examinations. Tbe annual
examinations In tbe Union Scliool.will
commence Thursday, at 9 a. ii,
The committees are as fallows : s, r
A Bev. A. S. Mllholland, Frofi
B Bev. A. S. Mllhelland, T. B. Cun
ningham', D. F.Ewing.
A J. A. Estill, J. 8. Orr, Bobt. Jus
B Bev.Badgly, Mrs. Ingles, L.A.
Mr. Ingles, Mrs. Vorwerk.
Mrs. J. H. Newton, Mrs.
Mrs. Shoup.Mrs. George Adams.
Mrs.Frey.'Mrg. W. J. Courtney.
Every one who possibly can is cordi
ally invited to attend.
FIRST PRIMARY. CHAS. L. LOOS, JR., Supt.
What the Farmer Most Kxow. He
should know his soli that of each lot;
not only tbe top, but the subsoil.
He should also know what grain and
grass are adapted.t each.
He should kaow when is the best
time to work them, whether they need
He should know the condition in
which the ground must be when plowed,
so that it be not too wet nor too dry.
He. shonid,know that some grain T.e
quires earlier sowing than others.-'and
what these grains are.
He should know how to put them In.
He should know that it will pay to
have machinery to help him as well as
He should know about stock and ma
nures, and the cultivation of trees and
small fruits, and many other things
In a word, he should know what expe
rienced, observing farmers know', to be
sure of success.
James Frazler had his face badlv
burned a few days ago by the bursting
of a spirit lamp, while soldering some
The Temperas ce Crusade. Since
our last issue the temperance movement
has been progressing as usual. There
have been no more surrenders, but pub
lic sentiment is becoming moulded
day by day, until soon a very large ma
jority of our citizens .will come out
openly and squarely in favor of doing
away entirely .with this vile traffic. The
morning prayer meetings have been
kept up regularly alternating among
the different churches, and tbe interest
in no way decreases, but continues
steady and determined. The Mass
Meeting in Town Hall last Friday even
ing was tbe largest meeting ever held in
tbe Hall. It was completely packed
from end to nd. Mrs. Dr. Big-
ham, President of the Ladles Temper
ance Association; presided' and called
the meetingjtoj order. Elder; nr.. J.
Sharpe" opened the meeting with prayer.
An address was then delivered by Eider
S.H.'Chapman, ol Canton, O. This ad
dress abounded In practical thoughts
and exhortations. His illustrations
were happily jnade., At ,the close of
his remarks, a song entitled, "We're
listed in a holy war," was sung by five
young girls. Mr. James H. Coven was
then.callcd upon. He showed that wo
men were not disgracing themselves, as
some would have us think, by engag
ing in tbe work of visiting- saloons and
holding prayer meetings. "He then
dwelt upon the influence of women
and cited many historical incidents
where woman had distinguished her
self. The speaker said that intemper
ance had digged more graves, had driv
en more hearses, had filled more coffins
than any other instrument, since the
world began. In . speaking, of cbeen
feTMmentn'uwshVaaidwc.'neeUa Jacksoa to stand in the .front of the
battle, a half dozen -John Enoxs to
walk through the religious elements of
our land to enliven; and give' tone t1
character. 'The remarks were well re
ceived throughout, and at the close of
them, the whole audience joined in
singing, "All hall the power of Jesus?
name.'-'' noa.. u.'js. uui-toiioweti, but
said he would not attempt to dislodge
the good impression left upon the minds
of tbe audience by tbeprecedinrsDeak-
er, by -anything he shonld say. He re
iterated the sentiment of Mr. Cowen,
uiu, wuat we iioeu 10 urcii lur tuo uuic--
He dwelt upon this idea for a time, and
made other! pungent remarks. He read
a section from tbe Laws of Congress
and explained away the false reasoning
of the advocates of anti temperance. At
this point in the proceedings he said
that it became necessary for the friends
of temperance In our borough to elect
such men for offices of Mayor, Conn
cllmen, &c, as, would enact good and
wholesome laws for the government of
our town, ana me cause oi temperance,
He then proposed a ticket to be voted at
the April election to be called the
Democratic Temperance Ticket," for
the corporation of Millersburg. The
Icket is as follows :
J. Cherrj holmes,
Wm. L. Forbs.
The question was then put to the
house whether this should be the ticket
of the temperance voters of Millers
burg or not. It was carried unani
A song came nextr "Mr. Barkeeper,
has father been here?" by the little
girls before, mentioned . Mr. G.- W. Ev
erett iwas.uext; called out, who made a
r - 1 '.'.i.f 'ii it .
that in this affair we should know no
politics, aud as the ticket just nomina
ted was a good one, all being strong
temperance men, he felt that he could
pledge every ltepublic.ni temperance
man's vote in Millersburg. The Long
Meter Doxology was then sung, and
the benediction pronounced by Bev.
Saturday opened bright and fair, fa
vorable for street work. The prayer
meeting- in the Disciple Church was
well attended' About 10 o'clock-the
bells of the town announced that the
ladies were again; taking,- nj Jhelr task,
ana going lortii to tne labors oi tne
day. They divided inte three bands of
about twenty 'or- twenty-live each, and
by alternating between the four saloons,
kept three of them in constant siege
during'tlie'day', each one having a few
minutes of respite aiffeijent'poLntsof
the day; TThe.iaay$iscr) off guietiyj
yet the streets were lined with people
during the greater part of the time.
Tbe great trouble with most of the sa-
loonists is that they can't stand fire,
and will not talk" wltli'the ladies on this
account. They know in their own con
sciences that they are doing wrong, yet
will not allow themselves, to acknowl
edge it. Fritz treats the ladies gentle
manly and frequently asks them to sing
some favorite piece among-the many
which they have sung .IIo. seems
thoughtful and quiat,.yind it is -bur
opinion that he, wvuIdJiave given -up:
long vejoreims ware Hot ior ouisiue
pressure. Thus1 endea another week's
Work proceeded on Monday and
Tuesday- ofthir weeh, Inr a somewhat
day evening a large and interesting
meeting was heloT ln"the Disciple
Important Bailroad News. The
following relating .to the Atlantic and
Great Western Bailroad comes from an
officer of -that road:The,narrowing of
ine road is to take place during the com
ing! summer, on, which work is to be
commenced in a short time. After the
Toad, has been narroweOVth.it part of
the Mahoning Valley-road, owned by
the Atlantic and Great Western, be
tween Leavittsburg to a point eight
II f rfl ii,' .l!fi,!C , i .
uiuea iruw urceiivuie will uc summon
ed. The Mahoning branch -between
Lcavittsburc and Sharon will then be
put Into 'activeute.-"'An,, extension of
about eight miles from Sharon will then
have to bt built to connect the Mahon
ing branch with -Hie original Atlantic
and Great Western.
This chanze will be a verv valuable
one, as that part that.willbe abandoned
is oniy a barren tract compared -with
the rich mineral regions through
which the road will run when the
cnange nai been made. Akron Beacon
CLdsnto' Up. According- to agree
ment Saturday night witnessed the for
mal abandonment of liquor selllngln
Ashland, 'sm Jjotyve are virtually
wltheutja. ,talon wBere Jntoxieating
drink? are sold. Chas. Merlini? and
Fred. Boekly have cleared out their
bars, and devoted themselves to gro
cery keeping; JacoU, Weiseustcin has
removed bis screen,: andCvisibly fallows
the example of his neighbors ; "Mrs. Ot
ter positively refuscsU03leal in the "ar
dent,".and will keep a-restaurant; aud
tne rest, as lar as nearu irom, nave sat
isfactorially .kept their, 'filfcdites7 Now
in the future, let them live by their
pledges, and let no other one dare to in
sult the citizens of Ashland by onenlns
a saloon. In token of the eveat. and as
a reminder to all concerned, the city
bells were rjmg.pn .Saturday, and as
peal upon peal rang out upon tbe mid
night air, they seem to proclaim the
dawning of a brighter day. Aihland
Virginia still keeps up the whipping
post for colored men. '
IN TOWN AND OUT.
The days and night are now
Saturday was a pleasant day, wit)
rawer a good trade.
The Grangers had a meeting Satur
day in tne American mock.
A. Shriinplin lias gone east to lay
in a large stoct oi boots and shoes.
Kenton has a hen egg that meas
ures 8 by 9 inches in circumference.
Bev. J. W. Taylor will preach in
the U. P. church on next Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. M. and at 7 P. M.
Ada will elect 2ood temperance
men to office this spring regardless of
party. Kenton Republican.
So will Millersburg.
McDowell, of the firm of Uhler &
McDowell, started for the Eastern Cit
ies for a large stock of Dry Goods. You
all Know they lay In large stocks.
What wc want, U good reliable
temperance men it' matters not what
party they may have belonged to for
corporation omcers tnis spring.
"Love casts out fear"- is what the
ladies think when they see their beaux
run out of saloons in the rear, when
tney enter in iront.
Conundrum: Why do not certain
young and middle-aged men of eur
place like the ladies? Because they
liKe tneir uxiuy better.
This is the time to be thinkin
about rarden seeds for snrinr Diantinir.
Select good varieties, and see that they
wm germinate, oerore planting largely.
. Bev. M. P. Fosrlesonir has a s-ood
Cook and Parlor stove which will be
sold cheap. For particulars call on
B. J. YOUNG.
A Western paper chronicles mar
riages in this sucestivestrle: "The
couple resolved themselves into a com
mittee of two, with power to add to
The word fail is not in the vocab
ulary of the noble women enzaered In
the temperance work. They"willflght
it out on this line, if it takes ail sum
A thoughtful vouth sueests that
be can see much good in the nravinz
and singing upon tbe street, even if a
saioon is not cioseu up some or tne
street loarers will now, if never before,
Bro. Baughman of the Canal Ful
ten Herald relates In Ids naoer last week
wnatnesawoi tne lames temperance
movement in JllllersDurg one day not
The contest for Senator is the theme
in the State-House lobbies. It is said
that a canvas of the House shows a
plurality, forjloar, a strong support for
uawes, ana a small number lr Auams
-A Jtckson street vounc lad y is ch arc
ed with keeping a light burning in the
parlor until verv'latetSundav nizhts. in
order to harrow the sensitive feelings of
an envious nelgubor into the belief that
sne nas reany got a beau.
History is replete with tbe deeds of
heroes and conquerors, and praises are
avisneu upon tnem witn unstinted
hands. But the field of battle is not the
only theatre of renown, Miss Sawyer
has achieved a conquest over a multi
tude oi tne irksome Ills tnac throns life's
pathway, and a few applications of her
celebrated salve sends tnem into the
The Great Uprising. Few grand
er sights have been seen, than the re-
centuprising of the people against in
temperance. Like volcanic fires long
pent ripythe moral sentiment of tbe na
tion has broken .over all restraints,
sweeping everything before it. Jfor is
this simply a "tidal wave," to be fol
lowed by a reaction, but it has "come
to stay." It has already performed in
valuable service, in the noble lives re
deemed, In the thousands of dramshops
closed, and the formation of such a
public sentiment as was heretofore un
known. Dramseliingis looked upon as
disreputable, and the patrons of tippling
houses. far from trmtworthy or respec
table. In no place has the progress of pub
lic sentiment been more rapid, or more
decided then in Holmes county. Par
ticularly is this the case in the rural
districts and smaller towns and villages.
Acaurass of this county for business
purposes, and free conversations with
representative men in its various por
tions have revealed a strength, in num
bers and determination, on the side of
temperance utterly inconceivable to
those who have not investigated for
themselves. This sentiment ignores all
political, religious and social ties which
conflict with it. In deference to this
overwhelming influence, many have re
nounced their cups, while others with-
oiit'a direct movement against them,
have voluntarily relinquished the sale
ot all til at will intoxicate, and join
most heartily in the efforts made for
its complete extirpation. A careful
estimate goes to show that throughout
this entire county, four-fifths of those
not directly interested in the sale or
use of strong drink, are the advocates
and supporters of temperance and tem
Already astute politicians and judi
cious business men see the drift of pop
ular sentiment, and hasten to identify
themselves and their interests witii tbe
cause of temperance. Old political lines
ore being obliterated, and each day the
boundaries are becoming more sharply
defined between the advocates of tem
perance and rum. Candidates for of
fice are obliged to define their position
on thtt question before receiving a nom
ination, and there is no neutral ground
they are either whisky candidates or
temperance candidates. And all efforts
to make a "straight party ticket," atone
for, or cover over the whisky plank,
will be pronounced, by thinking men,
by far "too thin." The friends of tem
perance have an important work to' do,
and they .should" do It wisely and well.
The Season has Come. The moving
time is here. We notice teams passing
througli our town heavily loaded with
"household and kitchen furniture."
Moving is looked forward to with a
dread, by all. It has few pleasing things
connected will) it; but, on the contrary,
many provocations attend. Tearing up
carpets, pulling down stovepipes, drag
ging out bureaus and stoves, breaking
disbe3 and crockery, kicking the dog
who comes 111 wondering what on earth
has turned up, upsetting the soap bar
rel on the feather bed, and a hundred
other.things, only go to show the real
ities of moving. No wonder movers
get impatient, look mad some times.
It is a very trying thing to one who
does not wish to give vent to his feel
ings, when everything seems to be go
ing wrong. Some that do express their
opinions when one of the stove feet
drop on their sore foot or husk a full
grown com, which happens to be there,
claim thcir're excusable. The other day
we were passlngby a certain house,therc
fell upon ears such swearing that made
us tremble. Wo asked of a bystander
the cause of tilts out-burst of profanity
He told hs the man within was excus
able, as lie was making ready to move,
and his wife dropped the smoothing-
iron on his back as he bent down to
draw the tacks out of tho carpet. The
man still insisted the mover was ex
cusable, when we stood shaking our
head doubtingly, "for," he sald,"Iknow
how It Is myself."
A Plea for Boys. By boys, we do
not mean Yonns America, those
men who strut aud primp, and are
adored by the ladies, courted by mamas
and upheld by older men, because they
are soon to take the lead in society, and
the lead in government, and therefore
it matters not if they do "sow their wild
oats" now. We do not mean the little
ones, the kings ol the household, for
whom mothers lay aside every care.
pleasure and duty, whom fathers In
dulge in every enjoyment money and
time can purchase, and whom sisters
cherish as their dearest treasure. Xo,
these are the pastimes of the present
and the happiness and hope of the fu
ture. Thee are the children, but not
But who are the boys? Ask that
mother who it is rushes in from school
with whoop and halloo, waking baby
with a dream, upsetting chairs, dashing
hat and coat to the floor, and leaving
slates and books scattered on- tables and
cbalrs, who complains of being hungry
as a wolf, and shovels his food into his
gutta-percha reservoir accordingly;
who sits witii his feet on the window
sill, whittling and whistling and ming
ling dirt and noise with every move
Ask that sister who it is hides under
the sofa, when her particular friend
calls, and then teases without mercy ;
who hides his hat, and introduces him
unto the kitchen on wash days, or when
her hair is nicely done up in tins for
the evening party.
.Ask that teacher in the .intermediate
department, who puts crooked pins in
the seats, burs in the hair, pins adver
tisements to' the backs of their com
panions, throws paper wads and notes,
locks her desk, and hides the key, breaks
her rod, puts pepper on the stove, and
the thousand and-one other tricks that
daily perplex her.
Ask any one who it is breaks all the
glasses, scratches the furniture, and at
length Is driven to the street to finish
bis depredations, destroying property,
wasting time,and making night hideous
with their noise. Hear the answer from
father, mother, sister, teacher and citi
zen those horrid boys.'-' Yes, those
boys from ten to fifteen years of age,
are the terror of our towns'. Who ever
thinks of them as the "hope of our coun
try," or imagines that they may wield.
the sword of state, or grapple with tbe
earnest.questions of life. ' '
But why this reckless; why this
abandonment? Ask yourselves the
questions. How is the boy treated at
home, at school, by all. While the
young man is treated as a gentleman,
has bis library, is trusted with money
listened to with interest, hewed to,
smiled upon, respected and trusted, his
tastes consulted, and his wishes antici
pated ; while the baby-boy has his toys
aud sweetmeats, and is all but wor
shipped; while sister has her dolls, her
sewing, everything to interest and keep
her busy; tell me, fathers, what have
you spent for your boy? How much
time do you give daily, to interest him
in your business, in the questions of the
day, and to the cultivation of a taste
for literature to interest him. I say,
not to assign him a task, and then pun-;
ish him if it is not done, but to present
the subject in the way you would have
iked when you were a' boy?" Mothers,
what have you, done to make home a
happy place for a boy. Have you-con-
s ul ted his tastes as you have his sisters
and older brothers? Have you .net
fretted at the mu'd on your new carpet;
instead ot getting on less costly, less
easily soiled though" quite as bright?
Have yon not scolded your boy, for,his
noise, mother, when your poor head was
almost bursting, and your mind on the
verge of' distraction, instead of smiling
ly and gently calming his boisterous
manner in your own loving-way? Are
they not driven from home by over
tidy mothers and complaining sisters,
and from the stores and shops are they
not driven like boys? Who designs to
3mile pleasantly to a boy on the street.
Teachers take it for granted that they
will do wrong and watch them accord
ingly, is it to be wondered at then, that
they are bad with nothing to do (and
Satan, you know, finds work for idle
hands to do) driven from home, and
from the stores and shops to the street,
where they meet other unfortunates,
and lay plans for war upon their sup
But, you say, how shall we remedy
the evil? In the first place, study the
boys find out their likes and dislikes.
Secondly, keep them husy, and give
them such work- as will interest them
if possible at all events keep themtasy.
Thirdly, trust them as gentlemen,
and they will prove themselves worthy
of your trust.
Fourthly, wield them, not by com
mands threats and driving, but by
stratagem, reason and love.
Lastly, make them do the right, not
by crushing their energy and spirit,
but by directing this into right channels
and I promise you your boys will 1)0
worthy your confidence and foreshad
ow future great and good men.
THE BOYS' FRIEND.
Consumption. The scourge of the hu
man family, may in its early stages be
promptly arrested and permanently
Bavenswood, W. Va.,Oct. 2Stli, 1872.
Dr. B.V. Pierce:
Sir For the last-year I have been us
ing your Golden Medical Discovery. I
owe my life to it, having been afflicted
for years. Did not use it but a short'
time befere I was benefited; at that
time I was very bad,- not able to sit up
much, was suffering greatly with mj
throat, was getting blind, had a dry
cough, and much pain in my lungs. I
have used twelve bottles of the Discov
ery and am almost well.
KATE T WARDNER.
A son of MrJ.H.MESKCK, of Chatham
Four Corners, N. Y., has been cured of
Consumption by Dr. Pierce's Golden
Jledical Discovery, so says Mr. C. B.
Canfield, editor of the Chatham Courier.
S. B.Eglar, druggist, of West Union,
Ohio, writes to state that Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery has effected
a wonderful cure of Consumption in
Don't be Discouraiied. Suppose
you have "tried fifty remedies" and re
ceived no beneiit, is there therefore "no
balm in Gilead?" Verily there is. Your
liver may be congested, your stomach
hall paralyzed, your nerves quivering,
your muscles knotted with torture,
your bowels constricted, your lungs
diseased, your blood lull of impurities
yet in one week after commencing a
coursa of Dr. Walker's Vinegar Bitters
you will feel like a new creature. .'!lw4
Xotice. The notes given to Sirs.
Washington Hall arc now due,aud in my
hands for collection. All thnte who
have not paid will please call at once
and make payment.
Jlarcli 18, '74.-31W2
Notice to Contractors. Xotico is
hereby given that the Commissioners of
Holmes county, Ohio, will meet at the
County Infirmary on Tuesday theUlst
day of March, 1874, lor the purpose of
contracting for the Stone Work and
Wood Work of a new Barn for said In
firmary. Said work to he let to tho
lowest responsible bidder at public out
cry. Specifications and Omits of the
work can be found on file nt the ofllco
of the County Auditor.
By Order of the Commissioners.
J. H. Newton,
30w.1 County Auditor.
BATTLE HYMN OF THE CRUSADERS.
Ala Battle JTmin ctla EmUle. 1
"Mine ejes Uare seen tae"s:lorjof the comiog-
01 tne juora,
Thefnlflllmentof His promise, as recorded in
And tbe smiting of tlie wicked with "terrible
When God is marching on.
Cnoacs Glory, Glory Hallelojah! Glory, Glory
Glory, Glory Hallelujah! onrGod is marching-
Long hath God heard from stricken hearts, a
"How long. Oh, Lord, how long must we nn
pitied lire ana diet
Wilt Thou not in thy mercy,-Lord, now lis
As Ihon art-marchingon?"
The irees of drunkenness on earth have mount-
pri tin to Heaven.
Thejrrongs of Parents, Children, Wires, are
Known ana nniorgircn.
And long God's light and truth in Tain with
gnmy men na-e switch;
Now God is marching on.
la mighty power Cod's toice is heard above all
Eepent! Repent! come forth at once from all
your naunts oi sin.
Ere in my courts I swear in wrath, ''ye shall
not enter in, '
For God is marching on.
Long have yon to yonr brother's lips a poison-
e I chalice pressed.
And though yon know 'tis sin, and crime, by
Now listen to God's stem command this mo
ment to desist,
For Gel is marching on.
The sinner hears the voice of God now sound
ing in his ears.
It mingleth with kind woman's roice, in songs,
And ails' his heart' with .sense of guilt, and
ana nrarers. sou ears.
penitence ana leacs,
God's truth i' marching on.
He listens to the still small voice of conscience
in his heart.
And cled res from iniouitr forever to depart.
And In tbe house of Temperance to take an
Onr God is marching on.
Let all God's peopie lift their hearts, and from
the mountain's ton.
And from the plrins and ralley'sdeep, send up
a lovful shout.
The Lord is God, and from the earth this curse
he will blot out ;
For God is marching on
The South Bexd Plows. Oliver's
Patent Chilled South Bend Plows are
the best in the market,- offered on-trial
Tbe lightest draught, easiest adjusted
steadiest running, mostdurableand tbe
best jfor any ground or general use;
will clean in all kinds of soil, and is in
sured 'to give satisfaction 'or no sale.
Call and see.. For. saje by Harpster,
-Don't spend n" dollar for Clothing
until you have called at .Maxwells'.
They sell the cheapest.- r " Stf.
We furnish Envelops witha'Busi-
ness uaratnerepn, neanyascneapas
the" blank envelopes canbe purchased
elsevhcre. - & pjft
Boys' goons very cneap ar i.cn
Jiiruvs. r . iti
.. New Furniture. ,
has been doing a good trade in the Fur
niture business. One of the firm is now
away bnying.a new stock, and in a few
days they will have their store rooms
packed witn new styles. To those who
need new furniture, we would say; go
to Taylor & Sharp, and examine their
stock. Their new goods will be on in a
few days, when our citizens will have a
chance ofgetting choice liirniture at
very reasonable' rates. Fine work they
sell at close figures. Call and take
look at their stock. tf.
The American Sardine Co's. Bone
less Sardines, 'are'mlich better, and less
than nail the cost ot imported banunes
Everything In the furnishing goods
line sold at greatly reduced prices at
Latest styles, of fall and winter
Clothing just received at Maxwell's,
wnicu win Dcsoiu.cneap ior casn. utt
Overcoafcr for $10,00, "worth 18,00
Overcoats for $4,00, at ten Bird's. 17t
Peanuts 10 cts.per,quartat Weston &
Panic Prices Tor the.Next 30 Days.
Wc are now closing out for cash only.
Our stock of Clothing and Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, from 7J to 12 per cent.
less than this season's prices, and we
are the only house in town' offering
such great inducements, therefore, it is
to your Interest to call on us before
buying elsewhere, for any goods you
need in our line during the next 30
days, before ourplendid , assortment is
broken, at the United States Clothing
Store, of Isaac Marx, two doors west of
the Court House. 13tf
-Lcn Bird is selling out.
Len Bird has a"j splendid stock of
Good suits for $10.00, worth 13.00 ;
coats $3,50,-worth $5,00, at I.en Bird's.
Len Bird is selling loads of Cloth
ing. We see bundlesgoiiig out every
Latest styles of hats and caps just
received at Maxwells'. Call and see
Good hats 73 cents, at Bird's. 13tf
Mrs. Cook & Miss Ijibbib Wolgamot,
Would announce" to the citizens of Mil
lersburg and vicinity, 'that they are
ready to supply tbem with Millinery
and Fancy Goods, such as: Bonnets,'
bats, velvet for suits, hose,"gloves,'rib-
bons, laces, nair bratus, children's un-
derware, neck ties, zephyrs, patterns of
an Kinds, emoroidery, xc.,kc. scamp
ing done to order. Everything usually
kept in a Millinery and. variety store,
can be, found there. Call and see them.
Over Wholf, Tidball & Co's store. lOyl
Suits madeto order on short notice,
at Len Bird's. 17tt T
Go'tp" Maxwells' if you wan"fcyouri
uonars to-spiu um tne iartnest. vuu
A Fine Picture.
If you want a fine picture already
framed, subscribe for theillustrated
"Peoples Monthly;'! pictorial, paper for
the 11 reside". Pictures delivered from
our tdien days after subscribing. The
paper and' pictures can be seen at the
FOSt Unlcet--.it. aiUUN-SDiQHASf,
ill Ada, ..j
Agent J i
Wonderful but True. The best re
touched photographs ol all the latest
styles, at Hall's Gallery, fpr. $1.25 per
half dozen, or $2.00 per "dozer). Also
best plaliL'pirotographsjfor' only $1.00
per halt dozen, or $1.75 per dozen.
Gems, 2 for 50 cent's. Hall's Gallery
will be closed on the 1st ot April," as he
is going .into other business. Cloudy
weatber.as good as anyi We would ad
vise all te go and get splendid pictures
at panic prices. 23tf .
School Furxiturej Scueol Boards,
Church Commltlees, or otliers des'lrous
Seats, Teacher's Desks, Liquid Slating
for black-boards, or nnythlng in the
line of School or. Church .Furniture , can
obtain it at very reasonable prices, by
calling In person upon J. fl. BELL,
Mllersbiirg, Ohio, or by nnftfiig'tn IVii
M. Haiiford; London, Oliio. "'2lni3
Dissolution- Notice. The co-partnership
in the Drug business known
under the name and stylo pf II. G. Saun
ders & Smi, is till day, Feb., 28th '74,
dissolved by mutual consent. ,Tho
business together Willi the account's &v.
havlng'paised Into tho hands of L'. O
SaunUer. Soliciting!! continuance ol
tho patronage so liberally bestowed
on thrm In tho past tu the new firm,
we are 11. G. Saunders.
30n-.'! E. G. Saunders.
A Lucrative Business Position.
The Union Central Lllc Insuraiico Co.,
one of the most prosperous Lifa Com
panies In the country, with assotts over
$1,000,000.00; net surplus, $203,000.00,
and issues Endowment Policies at Life
rates, desires to establish a General
Agency in tills city. Those deelrous
of such a position will address
N. W. Harris, Scc'y, Cincinnati, O.
Select School. Will be opened in
Berlin, under the supervisions of J. -S.
Bevington, of which the Spring term
of ten weeks will commence Monday,
April 13th 1874. Instructions will be
given In the "CommonJEnglish Branch
es," In connection with "nigher Arith
metic t Algebra," Phyics fc Physiolo
Superior facilities will be afforded to
those desiring to prepare for teaching
or to secure a thorough "Business Edu
cation." - Instructions in Penmanship without
extra tuition. Instructions in Vocal and
Instrumental music will be given to
those desiring. Good board can be had
at the hotel, or in private families a
low rates; terms of tuition will be rea
sonable; facilities for Literary Exercis
es will be afforded under the superinten
dence of the Principal. Those desiring
to attend will please communicate at
once. References ; Dr. Pi T. romerene,
Berlin; Dr. F.J. Gurttard, New Bed
ford ; Rev. J. M. K. Barns, Jit. Eaton ;
J. W. Longenecker, AVilmot. 32w4.
For Sale or Bent. I will sell or
rent my house andlot, which is situated
on the Benton road near tlie suburbs of
Millersburg, on reasonable terms.
30w3 Mrs. Saraii Ray.
Removal First of April. I will
move my Barber Shop on the 1st of
April next, to tlie first door east of
Maxwell's Clothing Store, np-stalrs.
22tf Henry Sciiaffer.
6. F. Lang wishes to announce to Ii is
numerous customers that he lias pro
cured a horse and vngon for the pur
pose of. delivering all goods to persons
buying from him, free of charge. This
is it good chance, and a good place to
buy from. He always keep? the best
flour in town and n full line of Groceries
and Provisions, &C, sc. Give him
To all who are in need of paper, en
velopes, &t'., plain or fancy, we would
state, that wc have a good assortment
on nanus, ana are ntting up tne room
back of the Post Office, where samples
of our stock can be seen. The best
llo ,1 ,1 .f Pan T .ftlT.1 f1., ,1 TtVinls l'l T,"
.Note Heads. Hill Heads. Abetter iteaas-
Jfote and Letter Paper, alwayson hands
.nvelones or an styles anu colors, uur
paper and envelopes are of the best
quality, and' will be sold at the very
lowest figures. Persons wishing to have
their cards printed on their envelopes,
orletter heads, can nave it tione at. lit
tle experieJPleasft-"remember that all
kinds? bfi'Stationery can be had at
wnoiesaie or retail.
M ARRIED At the house of Adam Etter. in
Millersburg, on Thursdar. March 19, by Itov.
J. 1). Nuneniacher, George J.. Stein and Bosa
niasser, uom oi iioimes connir.
DIED. Near Nashville. Holmes countr.
Ohio, on March 14th. of Congestion of the
Lungs, Delavan W., only child or David and
Josephine Thome, aged S,montbs. v
Thenofveror tne nousenoiu nas loaeu omj
to bloom by the side of Him who said:
"Suffer little children to come unto me."
Millersburg Market. March 25, 1874.
'"-.If ' 1800
WHEAT, lteu; f ousi.
CORK, per bush
RYE. " - -BARLEY.
" - - -
. - 143
CLOVER SEED, t bush.,
TIMOTHY SEED, "
- 1 50
- - - - 12 01)
EGGS, V doz.,
BUTTER, (in roll) Vi. lb.
SHOULDERS, lu., -TALLOW,
ijjtirju Arri.u, io
DRIED PEACHES. lb..
PARED PEACHES, - -
FEATHERS. V, lb.
SALT, $ bbl. retail, -
n uuij, p lu.
WOOD, per cord.
Cleveland Money Market.
Cleveland Money Market. CLEVELAND, March 25, 1874.
The followinc are the closinir rates ol SDecie
ana uovcrnmenr, securities in mis m&rxei:
Gold . -
Sixes of 18S1, ex. coupons
Five-Twenties (1865'. coupons HS'j
Five-Twenties (1887) coupons 119 ;
Five-Twenties 0868) coupons 119
Ten-Forties ex. coupons 114
Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, March 25, 1874.
Fuoca White m..4.T 9 00
White XX , H25
Red and Amber...;.- 7 75
Rpe Flock 6 00a5 60
whkat wnite. I.TJ.JA j
"2 SmbenV.V.Vjrf .'."..". t
- l 5S
. - 10c
11 ATS,.. ,-...,,.....,.
Shdied Meats Hams
-r Shoulders.. . .
BOTTIE 5.-. .T.....-- "
Dried Peacber reeled
Potatoes per bn
PITTSBURG, March 24, 1874.
; 1 CO
; . 1 T2c
; d ...vfTV,..v...
Floor White XXX
I " White XX
" Reil and Amber.".
Smoked M eats I lams . . . f.
I T r rsnonitiers- t,..,
Butte s!t rJ..
dried rracHEs reeled
Dried Apples. i...
'otatoes per bbl -.
4 was 00
New York Market.
New York Market. NEW YORK, March 24, 1874.
Wbeat White 1 52
llcil....: 1 43
Floub Choice 6 90aO 90
' .aiiDcriinc we-siern was is
Corn . -. s7o
Kyi:;.., ..... . .j soc
E(!OS .i , -w.i.. - .. 23420c
BUTTER. TV... .. :.l23c
111 A VTH JT.11K. GALDmL A Co..
ITE 1 v !UTer-tA;ieTuuialu. juanen
prices ana prompt return, oi Mia
1 uuna.unwn huuuuwuv
mid m mnilnnti.
fllTPTlS it Tourdoorf The eld and,
r tebiubea u yean. n. dtaxb x i jo, .
iw I'm ant? u
Beoq hot .vauiofH.
, JiITT.Ti A rnNnntLwholeulAtleileri ln
R8DnNB SLATc. to orSJr iA
. UluCC, i vr-B-., nrr umoarpot.
vtEh, v g.am.1 ai
P! nbri anil IJnlnpra thrrTUsThmit tfi ,
r-niinrxr an mr nen anu eqcii inuuw a
in in a ii niii uin uaijai uuiti wian ,
For College, For Tcachiiiff,
For Business. For Life.
OItcs Instruction In nit Branches of Stiulr.
Student recel red nt any time.
Vror. l W. SKAUCU. I'rlnclpnl.
Mrs. 1). W. VAN EVEHA, Assistant, aotf
There is no pain which the
Centaur Liniment will not re
lieve, no swelling it Iwill not
Mf I w suuuue,auu no jamciicas i. niu
W4p not enre. This is strong lang-
y-'? naite. but it is true. It has pro-
"VV ducedmorc cares of rneuma.
Wfr01 tism, neuralgia, lock-jaw,
palsy, sprains, swellings, cated-breasts,
scalds, burns, salt-rheum, ear-ache Ac
upon the human frame, and of strains,
spavin, galls, Ac, upou animals in one year
than hare all other pretended remedies since
the world began. It is a counter-irritant, an
all healing pain reliever. Cripples throw
away their crutches, tl e lame walk, poison
ous bites are rendeied harmless, and the
wounded are healed without a scan It is no
humbug. Tbe recipe is published around each
bottle. It is selling as no article ever before
old, and it sells because it does just what it
pretends to do. Those who now suffer from
rheumatism pain orswelllng deserve to suffer
if th?y will not nse Centaur Liniment. More
than 1000 certificates of remarkable cores, in
cluding frozen limbs, chronic - rheumatism,
gout, running tnmors, Ac, hare been received
We will send a circular containing certificates
he recipe, &c., gratis, to any one requesting
it. One bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur
Liniment is worth one hundred dollars for
spavined or sweenied horses and mules, or lor
screw-worm in sheep. Stock-owners this
liniment is worth your attention. Xo family
should be without Centaur Liniment. Sold by
all Druggists. SO cents per bottle; large bot
tles $1.00. J. B. Rose & Co., S3 Broadway, New
Cosltoria is more than a substitute
for Castor IML 1c is the onlyM article in
existence which is certain to assimilate the
food, regulate the bowels, cure wind-colic,
and produce uatural sleep. It contains neith
er minerals, mprphioc or alcohol, and is pleas
ant to tate. Children need not cry, and moth
ers may rest. 32-yl.
Children Often Look Pale and Sick
from no other cause than having worms in the
Erovm't Tenaifuae Comfits
will destroy Worms without Injury to the child
oeing pcnectiy hite, anairee irom an col
oring or other injurious ingredients usually
usea in worm preparaiioas..
CURTIS ft BROWX, Proprietors,
No 215 Fulton street. New York.
Sold by. Druggists and Chemists and dealers
111 XUtUlV-lSAC at. 11113 A VI-X.
Thirty years' experience of an old nurse,
Jfrs. Wituloie1 Soothing Syrup it the prescrip
tion of one of the beat i euiale .Physicians and
curses m tne unueasiatei.ananas oeen usea
for SO rears with never-failim safetr and suc
cess by millions of mothei s and children, from
the.feeble infant of one week old to the adult.
It corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
wina cone, reguiaies tne dowcis, anu gives
We believe it to be the best and surest remedy
in me worm in an cases oi jsytemery ana jjtar
rhasa in Children, whether It ai ies irom teeth
ing or from any other cause. Fulldirectiors
for using wilt accompany each bottle. None
genuine unless the i'ac-simileof CWBTIS'ft
PERKINS is on the outside wrapper. Sold by
aujueuicme ue&iers. iyi
Household Panacea & Family Liniment
is the best remedy In the world for tbe follow
ing complaints, viz: Cramps in the Limbs and
Stomach, Pain in the Stomach, Bowels or Side,
Rheumatism in all its forms. Billions Colic,
Neuralgia. Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Fresh
Wounds, Burns,Sore Throat. Spinal Complaint
Sprains and Bruises. Chills and Fever. For
interns ana -uiernai use.
It oneration is not onlv to relieve the ta
tlent, but entirely removes the cause of the
complains, is penetrates anu per vanes me
whole system, restoring healthy action to all
its parts, and quickening the blood.
The Household Panacea is purely Vegetable
Prepared by CURTIS & BROWN,
iso.ai5 t niton farces, jew.iorK.
For sale by all Druggists. 4?vl
The advertiser, having been permantly cur
ed of that dread disease, Consumption, by
simple remedy, is anxious to make known to
his fellow sufferers the mean? of cure. To all
who may desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used, (free ot charge,)with the di
rcctions for preparing and tising the same.
which they will find a Sure Cure for Consum-
tion, Asthma, Bronchitis, Ac-
Parties wishing the the prescription will
please address. Rev. E. A. WILSON.
194 Penn Street Williamsburgh, New York
Errors of Youth.
A'gentleman who has suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all
the effects ot youthful indiscretion will for the
sake of suffering humanity, send free to all
who need It, the recipe and direction for mak
ing the simple remedy by which he was cured
Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser
experience can do so by addressing in pence
JOHN R. OGDEN, 52 Cedar SX. New York.
Wc have Removed to ourXEW STORE, on
Euclid Avenue', Corner
The LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST Fur-
nlture limine in tno united Mates.
We Manufacture all the
Goods Sold by Us.
With 40 year's experience, Tve Vnow how to
Our PRICS we guarantee shall always be
lounu Aim jAJYirr.
BS?Call and See our NEW STORE, whether
in w&m ui x urmturc or uuu
Hart & Malone,
2 and 4 Euclid Avenue,
Get the Very Best
RUDY & CO'S.
Eagle Corn Shelter,
Empire Clothes Wringer,
AMERICAN KNIFE CO.'S
IIEVT MAKES OK
Host anil l.arjct SloeV of
Gross-Got & Circular Saws.
(DUtonV. Always on haml,
WHEELING NAILS !
Ami everything Id tlie Hardware Line at tbe
VJSIt YLO WEST PRICE.
BOOTS AND SHOES!
J. H. BORLAND & CO.,
53 and 55 Wood Street, - - Pittsbnrgh, Pa.
Now arriving, an extra large and complete stock of .
BOOTS AND SHOES FOR THE SPRING TRADE.
WhlchweareofferlnrattheVeryLowestPrices. Our stock of Men's HOB NAII. and MI
JtKR'3 BKOGANS. CALF BOOTS. BALMORALS, aud LOXUKESS GAITERS cannot be ex
celled. We are also Interested in the manufacture of
Ladies', Misses', Children's and Infants' Shoes,
Which we offer at Factory Prices. Come and see us We offer you Inducements cqnal to any
in the Kastern Market.
J. II- BORLAND &. CO.,
10ml 33 and 53 Wood Street, PITTSBURG, PA.
PORTER, DONALDSON & CO.,
tSucccssors of .1. II. HAWKIXS & CO., Slcubenville, O ,)
Millinery and Fancy . Notions,
.WHOLESALE EXCLUSIVELY. .
All the Novelties received as soon as imported, and all goods sold at
LOWEST EASTERN PH ICES.
They invite merchants especially to cxam'jic their stock otTriuimed Goods.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION. PAID -TO ORDERS.
137 Wood St., OPittslmr Pa.
MAKES a specialtrofthebusiness orinsut
ance; representing the following well
Ca-h Assets tiijmjXK.
I OF NEW YORL.
i Cash Assets ft,2N,UI0
Fire Association! cSLv'sie"'!
rWnonf.Viir! OFIIARTFOBD.COSK. i
wvu.ii.viiul.. Cash Assets TUU,M.
OF COLUMBUS, O.
Cash Assets ?O,0C0.
OF CLEVELAND, 0-,
Cash Assets 113,J0.
Kichland Mutualf "LS1
Western Mutual j 0LYeI5,E&.0-'
Farmer's Ins. Co.j cS&
Applications for Insurance, In town or conn
try will receive prompt attention.
Ofllce on Main Street, National Bank Build
ing, Aiiuersunrg, c. rjmu
JOHN P. LAEIMEE
Family Groceries !
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
OF AIiL KINDS.
Highest Price paid for Furs and Sheep Pelts.
Potatoes, Jieans and Country Produce
Agent for the
United States Tea Company
COOD - BYE
WE ARE SELLING
Of best quality and manufacture, for X.CSS
310XKV than anrone In town. AUoy
Spouting & Hoofing
Than any'one else doing business here. Ilarr
a lew more
Lett. Best in the world. We offer STOVES.
TINWARE, and in tact all goods In our line to
customers, inas ina poorest juage can reauuy
see are worth nearly as ranch more. We can
sav you win noi soon see tneir use again .
We are the exclusive agents for J. A. LAW
Call and see one that weighs 2000 pounds. Will
heat any sized house in the coldest weather
with S bushels of conl.
lon't forget the place. 1 door west of Em
Ilas&rreat Mwit'jlng power, used fordetrc
uiK uiiiiicririt AMMiev, .-inn, m ilulil, jor
licit s tills t ii li-(V4 In inn it it in U'nutwl .
aud to examine InaccL. Flowers and rfant
detect uaws in Metals nncc r uo
irraln: to dec, Dhcr writtnir ntheru-Ua iltciribti
and lor the inspection of grain, tobacco, etc
Lcn. li Inches in .tiainttrr: mounted in
leather, and carried in the vest po.'V.et. rrlec
Lents, tree by nini!. Agent u .inicti. u-
iimrmeu circular- ami lerin- tto, .umn-s
U. I-RYlt.Y. 80 t'eilar Street. New York. TO
i oria'- a l nit Dma'SliiiT. II metric- anl Ilrctt.
fii til rMtl!sM- iildi. Wilrtti-rtltH .111.1 IfT4tl nt
A.j"entK AYanted I
Work Lift Invranee for the l It, MU-
n Ai. .MJv-if.i i ul I'eniiayiTania.
The undertiirnwl.District Accnt loi- llnii.
Wnviit. McJiuii. Mimiuit. .SturL- .hlln 1
tic til and Uu titles. witietlie iinhll .!
Mini wanting an agency t ddrei lu-r ut
nwxer, vnio .u cununuuicatlon will i
lirouiiHlv and alln.ctoril.- uttn.iiHi t.i u nh.
delay, ftdlcie isued on short notice.
MRS. A. M. SiLVIt, Voo-ter. O.
Feb. ir, 1874, stwo
Daniel Fbekcu. Hosier reed,
II. If. MCCrLLOCH.
NEW ARRANGEMENT !
HaTC completed tucir arrangement and hare
now In full operation their
NEW PLANING MILL I
And will keep constantly on haml every de
Consisting In part or
Lumber, Timber, Battens,
Siding, Lath, Shingles,
Moulding & Flooring,
Surfaced & Match
Doors and Blinds,
Frames, Castings &
Balusters, Newell Posts,
Railings, Sash, etc., etc.
USf-Surfacing and Matching done to order
on sliort notice.
lluilders Farmers and others in want ot
Lumber, or anything else in our line, at tbe
lowest price, give us a call.
ODlce and Yard West End orilain Street,
near tho llridge.
French, Reed & McCulloch.
Millersbnrs.O., Teb.&lSS. aitf
1TEW HUM !
(Successors to J. E. Koch, Jr,)
Are now offering the Larget and Best Select
ed Stock: of Goods in the Market
OUK STOCK OK
Prints, Ginghams, Denims, .
Brown and Bleaclied Mnsliii.
Stripes, Delaines, Alpacas,
ulohairs, Poplins, Kens.
Jlerinos, Empress Cloth,
Black, Brown and Colored Silks.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Jeans,
Tweeds, Carpet Yarns, &c.
We hare everything (a "the NOTION'' liae.
arge SIOCK Ol
Carpets, Oil Clotlis
Largo Stock of Quocnswaro
Largo Stock of Croceries,
iuch as Tea-, Coffees, Sugars. Srmps pires
Itioe, Saleraiua, oau, Tolurrn, ,ti,
that cannot be urpn-,l.
Salt, Tish, Plaster, Lime, &c, ,
can ihrajs be uiIieU by calling oiiu.
6aS-Don't fall tocAanlne onrstoeV Lerore
pay the Highest Market I'rice, InUASl!
Butter, Eggs, Lard, Dried and
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