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Holmes Connty Republican.
H. G. White, T. B. Camalngnun,
iditoks xn rxonuzTOES.
Milixksbuko, O. : : August 13,1874.
REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd. 1874.
STATE REP. CEN. AND EX. COMMITTEE
COLUMBUS, O., July 29, 1874.
To THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF
To THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF OHIO:
Your Annual'Statc Coavcntion
will be held at Columbus on Wednes
day, the 2nd day of September, 1874,
forthe nomination of Candidates
for the following offices, viz:
Secretary of State,
Judge of the Supreme Court,
Commissioner of Common Schools,
Clerk of the Supreme Court,
Member of Board of Public
Works, And the transaction of such other
business as may be necessary.
The undersigned committee rec
ommend that the meetings in the
several Counties for the selection of
Delegates be held not later than
Saturday, Aug. 22nd, 1874.
Tho basis of Representation in
the Convention will be One Delegate
for every Four Hundred Votes cast
for General E. F. Noyes for Govern
or, in 1873, and. One additional Del
egate for any fraction of Two Hun
dred Votes and upwards in each
The Committee respectfully sug
gest the importance of a full delega
tion from each County in the Con
vention. The importance of thorough local
. . . . . i
organization cannot oe ioo strongly
urged; nor can this great auxiliary
to final success hi too early attend-
euio, an mis connexion, vueuom-
rniwce wouiu earnestly recommena
that, where County Committees
nave not aircauy oeen scicctcu, mat
.t tho nnnntrnvpntinn, t
delegates to the State Convention
ueiegaiesio tue oiate wjnvenuon,
the County Contral and Executive
" "w -i-i
Tin m pr nf the OfTlfpra nnrl AfpmliprB
Z7, : : r." : i::,. t. :
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Committee at once.
ine Btate isccuureu.i.-
CHAS. C. WALCUTT
Chairman State Ex. Com
WORKING WOMEN'S HOTEL.
The Women's Christian Associa
tion of Philadelphia last week open
ed a working women's hotel at Ash-
bury Park, on the Jersey shore, six
miles from Xong Branch. It is on
a plan similar to those in Philadel-
mtutu lun:u uo"ara wecit lor
each person. Ihc opening was an
occasion or deep interest Many
prominent men and women of the
Quaker City were present,
also resident urant, and Senator
-v. . .
Scott of Pennsylvania, who made
some very eloquent remarks.
Under the present Constitution
Wl hnrp ft Snimmo In.lrrno t
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!1Pr nf (UMi nml f.T I
j . t i"-" uummuu
Please Judges at $2,500 ayear mak-
, ing a total for the judiciary of $142,-
Kiin Tr.i tit r, ..,
-uuu. ij ii vliu. nit; new iousiltunon. I
MfjidontPil wp will i,w r. c,0
tiidopted.wewilUmo o Supreme
:. - r :.r r.
.""8-f uuuuimmaaiuucio.ai., i
uuo cacn'a year, ai-uircult .1 migea
jifk-lim mM 11 ronr nn.l Jft rnmA
. Tiln. t",.,i Kt nnn
i- . . i ....
v-,v. " nin wiu bccu
that under the New Constitution
the judiciary alone will cost the
State $U9,000more ear than itdoes
under the p;esent Constitution.
THE NEW CONSTITUTION.
Aftmof,.ii:, : 4i.
.m. ...i umrajuuu uu me
subiect.wc have come io ll,fi cnnoln.
sionto vote against the Neir
" ' I
The people of Ohio have
- , , I
men very comiortauiy ana pros-,
T"ifr"HTol tr tinflatilirt tVv. 1-1. n nAr.4- I
mentthenewone has, it will not
pay w mase mc cuange. i ue cost
" w mo i.uu juan-
ing of it is concerned, it is just the
same, whether it is voted down or
,t,i :. ii J
nrmnlrinrrTinnr Inmn nr.AZPZ-. l
.U6c JUU uuiijius
tuuu imi ue gcrau xn auumon 10
this, it will cost more to run the
State Government iimlpr thn now
ai i ii.. . -
tuau unuer we present one. we
uu. iucla , utuui arueies in
io-uay s issue up?n this subject,
uur tick-ets tnen will be:
New Constitution No.
Minority Retkesentation No.
Hatleoad Aid No:
THE GRASSHOPPER PLAGUE.
The grasshopper, plague in the
Northwest has STnaTyttbt- beenover
estimatnil : vot thnn. !o mnnl, ,,
ff0t.i . .
M u .IUW
remedy. Amid many fanciful pro-
positions, a Western farmer very
sensibly declares, that deep nlowinc
wonld have kent. tlii irrno,ln,io,
eggs oufof the sun, and prevented
u i -v. u i
their.hatching by the millions m
J r- ' m, ...
The crops would have
h ad a good start, and later on the
young grasshoppers could do them
. . ..... . . ... J
but 1 tt p ininrv. Hi IhinL-a 11, of ,t
n , 7
la finlltrjfV,!" nymr Sthtn r inn.,,. Ik.
...., .iiui VUU
expense of employing.a special en-
tomologist "to study their habits.and
concludes with the assertion that
by..plague of grasshoppers, if ho
'attends to them carefully and intel-
ligently. The opinion of a man
: m, mu:. rv, .i., tt ,.
;.. ,. . . , ', "
UtO OMViUGUU . ( 1 lit kUG Itttt
mat oiu resiuent larmers, in tern-
tories that have been ouite as well
p.tnpkpil with nriKilmnmn -o t-
, , n- ,
and Minnesota, have nttered no cry
In nineteen months. Governor
Moses, of Soutrji Carolina, has par-
With this number tie fourth toI
ume of thcExrcBUcis closes. Our
next issue will be 2Xo. 1 of the fifth
volume. We trust that our friends
and patrons will see the necessity of
renewing their subscription at once.
We need money badly just now, and
we hope that those who stiil owe us
for back subscription will come for
ward promptly and meet their obli
gations,. jO.urjexpenses are Jieavy
and must be promptly met, and if j
we axe.obliged to spend money and
time, as we have had to do in the
past few month, in collecting money
to meet these demands, it takes the
time that should be devoted to our
editorial duties, and our readers
must necessarily suffer more or less
on that account. Wc trust that a
word will be sufficient at this time
this subject. Wc have been
greatly encouraged during the past
few weeks by the. large number of
new subscribers that we have reciev-
eJ, and we hope they will continue
to come in.
THE IRON INTERESTS.
a:on 0f the Dast vear uas rcaiiv Bt
W.T Pm?e'' "V.
mi, nu o r
The editor of the St Souis Times
feels assured that a better feeling is
quietly creeping over the 'ron Pr0"
ducing regions of the .country.
Having.recently "visited all the iron
regiois of Ohio, Kentucky and In
diana, he' writes that everywhere
there is unmistakable beginning of
an upward tending in prices, and a
large demand clearly assured for the
very near future. Missouri, he says, '
has three or four new furnaces, In
diana about as many, Tennessee as
many, Kentucky still less, Ohio"
several most extensive ones, there
are three or four in Virginia, ana
th)J 8ame in Alal)ama and Georgia;
and ,ie hag Unowiede of at least a
dozen furnace 8iteS determined up-
onfori875 It is 8inccreIy be
h d tbat a strong stead rccrea.
u f tb lt rdi d
., At an events me oenei in uet -
. i .
u - - times seems almost universal,
Business men are prepared for a
good rail trade, and tui
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onB"!1 llie Prices 01 ino neces-
With proper economy and the ex-
ercise ofa hopeful spirit, the dismal
wail ol hard times should soon be
numbered among the things or the
SELLING LIQUOR TO MINORS.
Our saloonists should read, pon-
dcr and inwardly digest titer
ing language of Judge Rcadin
Moris, used recently in sentencing a
keeper found gl,iUy of8el,
liquor to minors.
"The jnry having found you sruil
ty 0f selling intoxicating drinks ton
minor, it remains for the court to
pronounce the sentence of the law.
The penalty for this offence fixed by
kUV ICiaiilLUll- iiiiiiviij- L.I I II 1 A 1. 1 1 111
sIdere the cri' . to .,.
character. By the law you may sell
to men, and to women, if they will
bur. Yon hav irirpn vnur lmml
and paid for vou license to sell to
J a-- j - i
,lUem and D0 one has a riS
, . , i,,,.;..,. I
"V Z 7.
matter What the consequences may
1 . . , , " I
nr. nniuaiier wnat Dovertv ana ties-
titution are produced by selling ac-
cording to law, you have paid jour
monevlortlns nnvileare. and vou
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, . . , ' . I
"u 1,l;cuscu wpuisuejuur tuning.
No matter what famili esaredistrnnt.
. , , , . . . . r
euairenuered miserable, no mat
ter wuat wiveB-are-iraittenwiu ti.ij.ii-miiur.nnionTpi
oleuce, what children starve or mourn
over the degradation of a parent, I
i -.r i l:
vuui uusuicas la iu"uiicii, uuu no
oncmay interfere with you in it,
matter wnai momer may aran-
pe over the loss or son, or. sister
bIu.s 1 lor Ue shame or a brother,
',7 "7, " Ti T ' . -Z
vou are licensed. You mav fit un
Iv . v . L i
your lawful place of business in the
most enticinsr and captivating form:
o r...;.i. it :i. n, ,
j uu wt iuiukii'i iw i
costly and elegant equipments for
,m J,raue ; u n3 ml 11
i 1 i km
" me aiiuiHutms w aiuuw,
vm. m, v Ilsc nii vonr nrt ln,inm
J J . I
visitors: vou skil fullr arrange and
avnncn i r r!nw VrtllP rli ti nnat U'lnnj
Unfi mnst mntivntino- bm-emo-o,.
H .may . ,nduC? tUirsl h-' -aU
innlrlv4ni0it in ii mil n ....
anDetitc for drink, and then you
may suppiv tuab iipucutc tu tlie 1U1J.
because, it is lawful; you have
paid for it; yon nave a license.
"You may allow boys, almost
- . . . -
llleymayWitnesatue apparent satis.
taction witu wmcu tueir seniors
quaff the sparkling glass; you may
be schooling and training them for
' J i01 1 4-1
ihuuucuuu ui -x nucu tucv iuu uau
participatc. for aU this is lawful,
You mav hold the cud lo the r 1 ds:
but you must not let them drink,
mat is uniawiuu nut wane 3rou
fmvA nil thooA nrivilrxToa far flio I
money which you pay, tui3 poor
privilege of selling to children is
denied you. Here parents have the
nguiro say, -iieave ray son uniu
Itou pay a fine of $75 and cost; and
(that you stantt'committcd until the
fB- J,i ,lf ii.;a r...t i,
taw Kt es vuu iuu i i"ub u uc-
3VUU USUI IAJ UCMm
stroyiiim. Do not anticipate that
terrible moment when I can assert
forliim uofurthcr .rights of protcc-
tion. That will be soon enough for
me, his mother, for his sister, for
h,8 friendSj anJ for the communit
to sec him take his road to death.
Give him to us in his childhood at
least. Let us have a few years of
'"s young life in which he may en
M innocence to repay us in
some small degree for the care and
love we have lavished unon Mm"
This is something you, now stand-
. . . I
ing a prisoner at the bar, have not
paKl 7"' lU18 " ns Pmhraccd in
vour license. Yon linvn vonr 'linn, 1' I
to us to its full extent; but, in thus
. . . . .
to us to its lull extent; but, in
, ,- , ... ...
ulKinif VOUr "DOUIHI OI lleR l." von
draw tho blood, and that which is
nearest the heart. The law in its ty
" Y . ..l T i?' aV"
VUU muati kiumj ' tatt. XJV cue
verdict of the iur3-, you have been
found guilty of transgressing the
law. Its extreme penalty is thirty
,,avs imprisonment in the county
and $iuu unc; us lowest, ten
days imprisonment and $20 fine.
"Forthis offence the court sen-
tenecs you to len tiays imprison-
ment in the county jail and that
naid." Earlville (III. ) Transcript, cd
Phil. Sheridan is not out West,
among tbc Indiana and buffalo. He
uuiuuk tucuuuaiuiiittust i m
(From Steubenville Herald and News.)
THE NEW CONSTITUTION.
n.lndnut nn tmpmlmmt nnflinnrinrr
ior tlie action
the Legislature. '
By the new constitution itis pro
posed to increase the salary of judges
of the Supreme Court to almost
double what they have been through
all the years of high prices, and
that at a time when we are on the
eve of a return to specie payments,
and without any movement to that
end in any other quarter than in the
Convention. We have been able to
secure the services of men of great
ability aniLundoubted integrity for
the modest sum of $3,000 per an
num, and whilst some increase would
probably meet the approbation of
the majority of the people or the
State, but very few were asking that
it be raised to $5,000.
But if it stopped with the judges
of that court it' would not be so ob
jectionable; but the members of the
Convention were looking beyond
that A large proportion of the
members of the Convention were
having an eye to the twenty-one cir
cuit and the forty-seven Common
Fleas judgeships to be created, and
for which they arc aspirants. If
they can get the peftple to endorse
the $5,000 salary lor judges of the
Supreme Court, it would be claimed
that we must pay Circuit judges
$4,000 and Common Pleas $3,000,
thus creating the offices for them
selves, and securing fat salaries.
In addition to this they provide
for about twice as many Circuit
judges as arc necessary to do the
uusiness; but there were a goou
many men to provide for. It is said
that it can be demonstrated that
the District Courts do the business
proposed to be transacted by the
Circuit Courts in about three hun
dred and sixty working days in all
this is allowing an average of for
ty working days to each district
and by the new system it i3 propos
ed to organize seven courts to do
this work which would give to each
of them, say fifty-two days' work in
a year, in that view of it, it is not
surprising that the lawyers or the
State with one consent affrce. that
to be a Circuit judge would be a
soft thing; get$4,000 for fifty-two
nays woru would be a nice thing.
It is generally conceded that we
necu a new court to take uie mace
of the present District Court en-
", o' UUIU U.U
Pleas and Sapremc Courts. But this
i... i, i:i..i i .. j
"T u au.uu-
nient to hp. nrnnnA nr snbmittral
by the legislature to the people,
to adont .B nPW cMtx.a m,
nini Distripia? Ut ni
I " 1
tth.e le?M.n of 0IJ J".dSe m each dis-
v.iv. iiuuiu kuc ua iuia,iuu
ing these districts so that each three
shall elect one iudire. That would
SlY.e us twelve judges.
tT " Ui ,uu'
1 TtilfvAo J .1 I 1
by the new Constitution. Three of
these CourU could be held in differ-
cnt portions of the State at the same
brm the labor imno'sed unon
that Court, this would require that
each Court should devote two hun -
, . . . . .
dreddaysin each year to work.
xms would not ue unreasonable.
Bun-cducins the Judges in each
. . w V -
Courts, and m two hundred days
v ununi V VlVI LL 1 J HUia IIIIIVI Ub
If the Common Pleas Judges arc
relieved from District Court labor,
tuey wonid not oe overworKed
leaving second trials with them as
accustomed to this svstem of second
T .....l-t 1 !.. T.
We understand that some such
uiendmcnt was talked of in private
circles amongst, memucrs oi tue Lies-
isiaiure a lew years ago, uut manv
... . 'J '
nf Ihoni wnn nil o '.i., 4 ,4 ..
c . t , . r. . . , ,.
- ""'i i
ford them opportunities to distins-
i 'j'.. , .
" lucmaeives; uence it was not
"me, and conceding that in the ag-
pcgate six hundred working days
amy 111 CilLll year U) IIU ).
BURNING OF STEAMER PAT ROGERS.
Theburningof the steamer Pat
uosers.on t he U noriver on Wednes-
dav, added another to the list of
steamhoat llorrors rrom whicli1 the
coimtrv has been free
for a brief
season. The details are all Urn mnrp
sickening, because of the fact that
i. m . ..... ... .
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Illnnl' rPr.BAi.nt;nn 4 1.
, .f . V . ..
uuy muuSiu, auu a siuru ui uves,
,,. . ,,t ,
IIUIViU 111 11 11 u lltll u UCUU aaiCU. HCICI
t. tt -A
a hundred lives were lost.
V? hT tb ?,re "g,natel1. and
investisation will nrobabl v find "no-
ATTENTION. 166th REGIMENT!
It being just ten years the 9lh day
of September, A. D. 1874, since the
members of this Regiment were mus-
tcred out of the United
of my own
vice, and in pursuance
desire, and the request of many of
., ' . , , - .,
the said members, I hereby notify
the nflicnrs and .inl.linr,. of n, T?n-
iment that there will be
a reunion I
at Plimniv TTnll
,. ,,., ,. ,.
"" - """'""'""""" - DJ'11 "ay
oi September, to which all arc invit
ed. Arrangements will be made, if
nosaii, witi. ,i, T.ntp Si,n.
n.ll..n.!l n..m. I
Pany t0 Ilav trains run to accom
modate the officers and soldiers of
the Regiment residing in oilier coun
H. G. BLAKE
The Ohio Republican State
vention, for the nomination of
didatcs for the offices of Secretary
r State J,ulo of llie Supreme
Court, Commissioner of Common
Schools, Clerk of Supreme Court,
.... . ....
nn.l T 1 - r It .7.1?.. Tir . 1-
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,i uc uciu .lb IAIIU1UII3, oil ivcuiies-
day, September 2nd, Holraescoun
is entitled to two delegates in the
A SERIOUS CHARGE.
Alderman JMcMasters recently
Save a partial hearing in the case of
15. l'oorand C. O Levis, char!
Oath of Onr llrfitriK- with
. . ' c
conspiracy to defraud. Tho nrose-
cmor, who resides at Sliarpsliuri:, to
alleges that Levis made a note for
if300, purporting lo be signed hr in
Levis & Brawdy, a lirm which had
by Poor, as is alleged, and neco-
tiatcd at the rjhflrnslinr.r l.nnlr 'I'lm I
iiroseciilorltate.i l.Imt. hi Imfl unlnt.
knowledgeiwlmlsver of the note un-
uu c-rt llllUil I Lull
THE CHATAUQUA GATHERING.
oltornity and good will between the
s,.v.rAl ii.nT. 'nr'fTin vsirrrinno
are in all particulars equal to the ef-
forts put fortbi tllere are evidently
.-f, (i, nttnnrlinor tllia mnra.
."onto and bitterness, and lo -nltl-
There has assembled on the shore
of Chatauqua lake, an immense
gathering of persons, for the pur
pose of holding what maybe term
ed a camp meeting, in the interest
of Sunday school training and in
struction. The leading idea is to
impart to teachers a more thorough
knowledge of the theory and prac
tice of teaching, a sort of Normal
Institute, with camp meeting sur
rounding. The affair is unscctarain,
all denominations' being' invited,
and the leading ministers of all
orthodox faiths being represented
in the list of speakers. Tents and
cottages have been erected, sufficient
to accommodate the many thousands
of attendants, and ample provision
has been made for food supply, and
all the comforts of living. The en
campment is to continue for ten
days, during which time some of
the most distinguished ministers in
the country are to deliveraddresses.
Added to this, there will be practical
;tlnp4..t;n.li minn nf nil tlin lldCt
modern improvements of Sunday
c.i i nri f ,i in hl
mMhrnlR nf communicating instruc-
a .,; rot r?i,, :,
ia u iciii uuubiiuu it oum wV
of the physical features of the conn-
..i i f T.,.im Th?
.11 i t..i rt;t0
mentioned in sacred history, and it
The fact tuat tins movement is al-
ready an assured success illustrates
,vtat fif ti.;a n
trr. at tl.n nrnnL in Snndav school
i,rt fin,in- SMmni ? ra-nrri
Mill.. U4UM1 VW.
as the chief agency of the church
h ii a An mil I ptit n rw nn,l ktl if tllA
t(.nn.5S..f , .
figious world is being expended.
Just why this is so, it is hard to
tell. Tlic theory on which these
efforts arc supposed to rest, is only
. 1 1 ......
what has been entertained lor a
I i.-ir Pntnrv. This is. that bv cul-
L,i.:m. i.- -.. ,i
8USceptible, they are saved against
the vicious temptations of life! and
are brought permanently within the
sphere of religious influence and
ir.Mf n.. mn.inm s,m,w
School is of very recent wth
With n ten years, methods, almost
ontwMv nnw. and some of which are
i : . r 7 . . ..
yet n0vcl, were developed, and tue
o'.i.i . 'i
tractiveness and interest that proves
i,..n oimi;o,i on,i cmr.,.
Li , -w-.-i i i i
I , -i m.i,
I LI1IZKI1. I J 1 1 1 ' I 11IH1 CIlIUllUiU"V ILL
8Ccutivc instruction in Hhe Scrip-
t,lr)a "1'hia campa nl InQQnnQ lino
ort ;Pinr sn,u.. tlc k losnn
: i.-: . 1. ir, c,1n
113 UClUg laUKUt) 111
Schools of all orthodox denomina-
tions, througout the world. The
I. 0 . ...
charm 01 music is added and tae
ent5rc serce is varicd. attractive
Without assumin"-that the results
,i, .. . .'?; 1,. ,
tant Anlong these may be mention-
L,i .1 : rri: - .i.
I CU LUC UUIbt JL UCiHLCU IUC
dcn0minations, so characteristic of
ti, ,,,onnt Ti,i ic on. f ti.o n,,f
I KLVJii ilia. iu ii uiuuuii;, vii. uiii -
tvin the HabbaM School cHort.
tfhile it is true that there is some-
r"7"Z fKHSO " .
I nnir in rTinin.l rt Aiii uannl r
tions that seems to break down
U,; JQtry ) and compel fraternity of re-
i;:; n ,.f ,i;.ifii
lit iu o i ti o vi uaviuuai ibEiiui
;t ; oisn tr..B ti.nt. tl.c nsRnr.iMim,
of this united
c i c.i.'i .i. :..
oumuY muuuiiiuuiu nuiu 111 luc
mmi riirpr.l.inn. the nblitemtinn nf
bigotry and t'h
- J 1 7 r
e cultivation of fra-
this as an important
oW, ntinn.linn- St,,l,' S.M
uw w ; it n,t !(1
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distinct lrom tlie personal good that
L,.i .n.iLi t T... s 5f
'""J "kwiuaiuuvu. iu .i-o ... ,
the development of an irea of fra-
world, which has in it th nrnmisn
' . . z . . i
Ol Ion" continued suhstantisl npapp
Differences on "Sonsinta ha
bp.en t in nrimarv p.msc nfwara wit. i
out number. Could wars, thus or
Nnalctl bave uccn prevented, and
the general tenor of the
experience would have been that of-
.i 1 : aA :r
iicatc .inn u.iiiiiiiii:39. .jiuu ii tut:
tendency of present day c(Iort3 in
s,ln "V?i,n! io(r,; ci,n i,
-----y, ; .".-
lo soouie awav tue snirir. oi antar
1UUUI, HC BUC 111 II il bllUU 13 1
. . . . . ..ml
every statesman ami patriot may
.nJ;0i. ,., 1 -
Tt :ia ii. ti.n KM.f nfth i.miciito
that we liave regarded the Chatau
qua gathering with interest It will
more largely inspire, and certainly
sneed forward a o-nnd wnrk. What,
ever there shall be of personal good
accomplished will be so much ad
ded lo what we have been consider
That the philosophy of early
Q trnininJ ia norr,.t nn
religous training is correct, none
can doubt The mind is
and eager for knowledge
is suscepuDicio goou as well as oau
impressions; the habits of thought
?D.U " ? a,re m a "auve state in
brief, the1 man or woman is develop
ing. If we believe that personal good,
right citizenship, and all the ele-
mcnts oi Happiness ucpenu, in large
measure, on virtue ol tnougnt and
1IIC, iC UUUUJJb 111 L111S LUK LllUUTJ
upon which Sunday school lnstnic
tion is bused.
And so far as this Chatauqua
gathering will contribute to the re-
II I T. in P tl 11 Oil PI I (1 T W 1 1 1 1 1 PO I IPll lni
. . . , ... . .
intensify interest in Sund Schoo
instruction, it deserves the encour-
Ptntivkind word HutiUtas
nrTliipvr.il fnr itapirtIl7--of "m.
terial success. Piltsburyh Gazette,
nnn,-,.rt .irinr,'.i,r. ficnoi
year ending June 30, aggregated
$287,133,871, or $3,211,372 Fcss than
during the next preceding.
O L O
Whether you vote for the New Con
stitution or against it, don t forget
to vote License No.
Goldsmith Maid has. so to sneak.
flisinneed her own shadow. Two
fifteen and a half is now the ' fastest
time on record.
Victoria C. Woodlm!! and Tcnnie
C. Cladin were arrested Fridaj on
charge of not paying Aclisah 31.
Truman, on demand, a small sum
deposited with them for investment
107, 'P:,, nil lint" ,,,..11,,.-
1S71 lenilie and licr Iliollicr
. . . . T.
rue twciiiy-iiiiii annual taic lair
will lm I.M.I nl flnlnml.ns. pilllimpnr.JtllO
In" on Monday Sentember 7th. and al.
eontiniic until f ritiay, tlie lltli.
Twenty thousand dollars are oflercd
premiums to exhibitors. There
will be a dailv exhition of speed by
........ ,.r.i. r..ot i.,c,. i.
Tuesday, the Sth. All the railroads
ppnt.prinr -it ririliiinlin's f;irr'viQllnra
Iinirf-irn. Sf.pfim trn run t.vnrtr
minutes between the depot and
Pate tl,at of Maternity and peace,
biicu VUK.U. I
; the heart
STEAMER PAT ROGERS BURNED.
Sixteen Lives Lost.
"lK sleeP'"S passeugere,
anu niaKeinem aware oi.tneir dan-
6"! ) ..uu uuv.
iMngwy an uuuru, aim uau ar
m.ftt nved at a point a mile below Auro-
. . I ..... . ,.
I.llA Mfl '1 1 Trior, with vnrifriQ vAaulta
The operator at Aurora reports
that the steamer Fat Bogers took fire
and was burnd to the water's edge
about one mile below Aurora. About
twenty lives were lost, principally
The above was posted on the Ga
zettes bulletin board at an early
hour yesterday moming,and attract
cd the attention of the thousands
who pass the corner of Fourth and
Vine during a forenoon, and its sub
stance was soon circulated through
out the city. Our citizens were
stricken, and newspaper reporters
were met at every turn by anxious
inquirers. Soon it became known
that the 8:40 a. m. train on the O
and 31. road would bring to the city
the survivors of the catastrophe, but
that the train due at that hour was
more than an hour behind time,hay
ing stopped to gather up the suffer
ers. When it did arrive, the crew
of the unfortunate steamer were
scarcely able, from nervousness,
give any more satisfaction to i
IDS inquirers than had the brief dis
patch quoted above.
til i i
junrnom uau uccome more bemeu
they were enabled to give clear and
distinct accounts of the accident
and loss of ife, which we will en
I jmovilln in Irtnninnon with olmnt.
K M., known as Laughrcy's bar,
wh A?) Iiai an m n nor rn wtli ! n a
Holmes, discovered that a fire had
, . iV
UIUUU 0VUW VU XSM. II 111 VIA OU
was earn ing but about 20 bales.
He as standing on the engine box
ngwith the watchman ol the boat
He immediately called through the
nirkrt in thrt I'timr nn wo 1 oil I 'line
uuiuur, iuau uiu uoat was oil uru,
and the latter headed her for the
Indiana shore, which was the near-
est . Capt Dufour says that the
Uatest misfortune consisted in the
.la" uc occurreu wuen uie
boa ruj?a r.eache? Vla p,artlcul1ar
ijuii. m iub, nvcr jurjust niuru
mer was at such a stage that it was
shore drawing as much water as she
iiii stammi im.mil do
, . T""A '.. .
workinff. but CaDt D. thin
the l!ller roke' ,or that its BnPPorts
which continued u work, and she
struck on some object when within
thirty vards of the Indiana shore.
the lire had become
! so hot in the
fnS,ne room as J force the engineer
cu. iue iiiiia oi time ueiweeu tue
Crst a,arm an(1 tlie time wlicn evelT
body had left the boat is said to
I, - , . . . . m.
u.au UKt!U "V"" minutes, xne en-
: Z r ----YV : .
tho firn it. Iii1?prl tnrpfitir minhfAa 1 r
5 cIock ,n th? S- .
ao soon as the engineer gave the
aIarm offire measn.rcs were taken
was left on the burning boat. But
!" w,ha an extremity ! Dry land on
the larboard side, and only thirty
,11. ill. , , T.
yais 'listant, but a wall of flame in-
tervening. Land in view on the star-
board side, but a broad body of wa-
i . rr,. . . .
i?w.rd l?e nearest shore, and drove
who tried to save their lives by pas
sinS the flame bave waded to the
suore tUe water beiDS not much
"'a imceicemccu. xiiey succeed-
. . . . . .
c.(l ,n saving their lives, but some of
"'em' Por fellows, are disfigured
for life, we fear, bavins had the ex-
. .. ....... I
1" " actuauy
F0.01" se"ed b -tl,e excessive
llTflQtprl npoaarul K.- avi.n.a;trn
, . mi ii v.-
u6t pornun.oi uiir crew
au iiaajteusrers who ucciueti to trust
w we u uu siaruoaru siuc
o " . ' . ,.......
Some, who were good swimmers,
.,. . , , ... a
1 luc icnui 01
caughtby thecurrent, which was
Vlrv swifr. nnil rnrrinl ilnnn tUn pii'.
j ...w VI1U ...
er a ranp aim a nan uciore tlie'
could reach the shore. Others
threw overhoard trunks, valises.
tioors, staging, planks, and other ar
tides which would serve to'
1 1. .. ; .. i i i . .. i
nitii uu;ius auuvc nawr, ana
reached shore. Some of the
nervous took time to nroperlv at-
nervous took time
Iijiij - , ,
tacI the !ife prcscrvere provided for
such extremities, and these were all
saved. One little chi il wliinh liml
... . . : .
IV istance, got to the shore,
fl IOI n tAFWn f t in Ii ft . cn n T
died aHerward in the arms of its
rescuer. Cincinnati Gazette.
LOVE MAKING AT THE PRISON.
A few days since a line double
team, with driver and footman on
penitentiary and stopped, when the
footman hastened to the warden's
office and said to Colonel Innis that
a lady at the gate desired to see tlie
" JJuen; e coionw stepped out,
M addressing the filicly-
. ... I
,r , :, . " , """-"'"s1' k.
7 "-i""-" iu wne
ujr mu iu tuc ijrisun sue OI
course couiu see him.
and went into the office. Mean
while the man whose name she eave
was sent for. Before he came the
woman privately told the warden
her she had a bill of divorce from
that husband, and it might be' that
hew ould not dare to sec her, and
she wanted to be advised on
point before he
"" - - - BV " -. I
nrcnni nn r inn irMinn inn. i m
.1.... i , . . . . I "
nic uat ria-ria was
. .. . . . . . , . I to
Tu " sue sce. "ef "'isband,
wiiii wns n cnnricr. limine iiia n m i
him that iiis divorced wife was in
JlLiiP'V?"" - "': "
was Willing, lie SaiU lie liaU 110
objection to seeing her. He went
iniyu liiu uiiiuc, niiuiu sue limit iiim
IIU U m UILUUIC UailU UUU a tareSS
were both very coolly rcceiv-
U"US V i . , ,
cn3U.ea fc askei1 ' h,m "( ''intended
coming home when his time was
nut lml Trt'll IllTTl tlmr Ilia r.itf.n.
had said that he would establish
him in business if he would behave
himself. He indifferently renlied
tllat lle dMn'& know or care much
PTuerc o went to. iter interest in
behalf was not very warmly re-
ciprocatea, anu sue nnaiiy remarked
tuat she would have to be coin",
thc3F iartcd she oflercd another
caress, winch he accepted, sccming-
ronrssa mnttpr f.f im ltpno i;
After lie hail fronc hark to ivnrt !,
j - - -
11 .1 . . . .1 - . . .. I
JLlje apiain Ol IHC gliarl lo tCU land
TV. Z.1. ... 0 1
ft.nf p m wnn 1.1 lm n irml .non
. . . . , v, . ., , . -
until Ins time was out and come
hoiih - , sue wouiu again join nun
re dailv aeeuiniilatin? ..
tho iransiMirlaLifin niinfif inii is I
,lof;,,,1 in r;unirrnnf l,A..f- M
An exchange 8.13-8 : "If you fill
hat with mush, you will not
from sunstroke." That ac
counts for the safety ofPrjvate Dal-
lie never goes iare headed.
. . ii awi iu, xiearLunra. nv
joints. c jn tnirty-are years never failinir
r.nrp tlto nmi V-TV . I
miiiersDnrir. iihia nnn u: i;ut.nrct r i
"Fold their tents, lite AraLs.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A LARGE INVOICE
TOE TWENTY-FOUR BONE
At 87 Cents.
A New Invoice of
EM Dark Prints.
A Xew Invoice of the celebrated
IS SEIZING THE
& Brown Inslins.
150 FIRE TEST,
At 20 Cents per Gallon.
AGENTS WANTED I
HOSKfvN's Pictorial Bibles
1300 ILLUSTRATIONS. Address for Circulars
iv.d. uuLMAM iai., 83UArcnst.,rhiia.
i oral years Minions nave intently watched
the perilous struggles and grand achievements
oi tuts woriu-renownea nero, ana now eagerly
defire the complete life history whichuufolus
also the wealth and curiosities ofa wild and
nonuenui country, it is now roady and Sel-
linir to beat evervthlnir. Mnrn AMnkW,nL
cu ai uauc. aujkss, nuilllAKU BROS.,
i nuiisners, us w. 4tn street, Cincinnati, O.
200 Pianos Organs
. . . . .
.cw anu Bcconu-uand, or Hirst Class Makers,
will be sold at lower prices for cash or on In
stallments, or for rent, in City and Country,
daring this month, by HORACE WATERS A
SON", No. 4$l Broadway, than ever before of- j
lercu in New lort. Specialty: Pianos and
Organs to let until the rent money pays the
price of the Instrument. Illustrated catalogues
mailed. A large discount to Ministers, Lodges
3000 Outfits Ordered in Advance.
K. IS 'Mil tm m VMM a m mm mm
wanted K lLihh XL Jxhh.
By Mrs. Stenlionsc,.of Salt Late Citv, 23 yrs.
thewifeof a Mormon llijrh I'rlest. within.
trotluction by Mrs.Stowe. OverSOOOOntflts of
,uuHauiuiu3rT wore wpn .vni.i
Agents in ailvance,1 who are now sellinir 25 to
a uayi its sale is without parallel. One
Asent daily) sold 2S0 in one week. Terms tilg.
Sales lwsitively immense. Complete outfit free
to all Agents who mean business. Circulars
free. Address OITKKV rrTV piTnTifiinvn
u. sharp's speciuc cures Dyspepsia. Uver
cluil r .1 . 11, xieanuurn, LjOW
Circulars mailed on aDolication,
COUCHS, COLDS, HOARSE-I
NESS, AND THROAT DISEASE,
I flnnhnlin ninrilnfn I
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
Tried and Sure Remedy.
Sold by Druggists,
mi . .
- T- Tl mm
Now For Sale Very Cheap !
Year3 CrcdiUnlerMf nni r. n.f i
Send for "Tho Pioneer,"
handsome Illustrated Taper, containing the I
uiaiiixi iix-u iu an pans oi mo worm.
Adilress, o. F. DAVIS.
Commissioner, U. P. 11. IL Omaha, Neb.
HAVE "SrOTJ TRIED
Weak. Nervous or Debilitated.
Arc you so I-tduM that any exoi tion re-
fflKUSSV f s" avM'
Then try jurubkiia, the wonderful tonic
- ,?rr' T"lca:o''"ic neiaiiyon
is no aiconoiio nppetizer. w Iilcli stimulate I
"iVr .V.' i.1 V '.f.'" rVT.V ""?"K'c"t
wnic,actlDjrdircctly oa the liver amUi'lceu.
wv,w 'i"4 v 3vij, "in. i is a tcgciauiu 1
rctrulatea iho Tlnwelc. nnlU Mm norvi.. I anu
cUcs such n healthy tone to tho whole
(ilia .nun n m.miiy WHO lO 1IIO WUOIC
as to soon make tlie invalid ft-ei uti
operation is not violent, but u charier.
by great gentleness: the natlcnt eTneri
And silently steal away.";
IVJ.J .""JS.S.!!1?'?!6 S!
" vh iuiik usvu iiiiu liuuutnui reumiiai
is pronouDreti uy mo nizhcst jjeil-
""J""."1" m0St rtHX tonlo and
rourdruirirlst for It.
Kor.alo byKlfU.EU A FUI.LKIS, U.kajo, I I
Coin Silver Watch Free.
AGENTS WANTED to act forme In the sale
article or value iu every Household. A
uoin silver watcli F1EKK. Address, l",
tiavs mi littpr than nnv. and
7"" '! insirueuon. now to
In 1S71 1 in Ten led and secured letters-patent
ImproYcment in Wash-Boilers,-
A simple arrangement by which steam was
applied to tba washing of clothing. I bare
heretofore sold this under the name of
For such it is in ract. 1 have advertised it in
nearly every religious newspaper in the Unit
ed States and Canada, also in the leading sec
nlarpapers, using doable-column ladrertise
ments The readers or this paper may remem
ber seeing my card in the Tarions papers of the
country daring the past year. Extracts from
letters received from my customers, in another
colnmn, will Indicate how it has been receiv
ed by the people throughout the country.
Hare been sold already. It is sufficient for my
purpose to say that I am satisfied that nothing
uereiuiore aurertiseaeTerrenuerca so general
satisfaction. Yet this, my Srstinvention, was
not quite perfect, and for the last two years I
have applied ravself to the study of construct
ing ami perfecting a
Steam Washer !
And as the result of my efforts I feel every as
surance that I have been entirely successful. I
uijr uew. aiAu naanr.u, paiemeu in 1943,
is absolutely faultless; so much so that'l never
Knew a single person, who hail seen it work,
fail to be delighted with it. It has rendered,
And such mhst be the res'nlt,'for it worts like
in conclusion, ice me b&r, inai snon a any
nesaythathehasseena STEAU WASHEtLI
asE mm 11 na nas seen me new
. - . . . .
Of 1873, now beine advertised so extensively
in wuoie anu aouuie-page auvertisements. ir
he answer i a the negative, request him to sus
pend indemcnt until a sample can be procur
ed and fully tested. I will send one as
in whole and double-page advertisements, if
ne answer in tue negative, request him to tus-
A Sample for
just nan me retail price, and I fully v
rant it. After a person buys a sample he
get them of me at cost.
$60 PROFIT CAN Bp MADE
And I have known agents to tale onlcrs for
A DOZEN IN AN HOUR.
There is no wav to make monev pr. Rpn.1
for a sam pie and secure your territory. Make
money wime you can.
I'leasef calculate the "cost ctfmtwa'nnvf ml. I
rpHkmcnr in Ihn - i I
consists Of 1.43J linM
at regular rates
amounted to -
$1,750 Each Insertion.
repealed this "Card" FOUKTIUES because
ui j urbt insernon iucu s paid me
500 PER CENT.
During the last eighteen months I have insert.
u mj nuvemseuient one lo two pages, in
HUNDREDS OF HUMUS PAPERS.
All of which paid well for the outlay: but 1
"Christiin Union" ("the largest circnla-
iu ineworm"; l
Than Any Other Secular
mention this fact, for all can see how pt)pii-
J aiHcrtisc my invention; ami tating
tuusmiTuiiun iui? met mar. i ?eu it
Entirely on its Merits,
IllQsC CODC61IO tliat It ellt tre'r. rnr nr.
Will SCll well Cnot1h tu'im mr ... T....1.
WITHOUT REIL MERITS,
A HUNDRED MORE.
a snlcndid chance to malennim M1.
.iu invvniiou mav never occur again.
iiiunceiui oi fc.v I
ship vou acomuleui was
of tho cbromo. together wltb aCertlOcate
Andujion ihe rccel
Washer you may hare time- to test
lfroti flml It not as reDrcsenteil I will rt.
money. Tho Washer retails at 110.
a IVUU J tm A1UI0 M. Will UOIU JOUT I
? " "".!AV'a. '"? 3. o '"?
blank deeds. aUo htuntA far isVlnv
,u iii uiljr nr nou 1 Willi I
lank deeds. al6 blunts for taVlnr -1,
ami xui tiu an a can 10 ecauio you
Riiccced in tho business. Let ine hear from
soon, or jour choice of territory may be
by some one else. Address,
J. C. TILTON,
SIXthSt. , P I ttsbUNh,Pa.
S. Cut this eanl out ami nmu. 1.
future reference. Persons wrltlne; me
seeing this card will please say (her
it in the holmes Codntv ItircBLicax.
Large Stock !
New Goods !
A HE SOW RECEIVING THEIR SECOND
f Stock of New Goods, which they arc offer
Less Than Panic Prices.
Casi or Cntrr Mice.
WHOLF, TIDBAIiL & Co
Are In Market for
Good Clean "Wool!
For which they will par tlie highest Market
rncQ in iasn or exenane ior goous.
Wholf, TIdball & Co.,
Tea at 50 cents oer Found.
The Best In town for the price.
OHIO TEST OIL,
Twenty Cents per Gallon, at
Wholf, Tidball & Co's.,
41tf MILLERSBURG, O.
THE NEW IMPROVED
The "Medal for Progress!"
The Highest Order of "Medal" awarded at the
no Sewing Machine .KeceiveaajHigner
A FEW GOOD SEASON'S:
1. .4 ifine Intention THOROUGHLY TlsTID
and secured by Letters Patent.
2. Makes a febfect lock stitch, alike on
both sides, on All Kind of Good,
3 Runs Light, Smooth, noisilzss and
RiTID best combination of qualities.
I .Durable Buns for Years without Be.
5. 117ft do all varieties 0 Work and Taney
Stitching in a superior manner.
i C Is most easily manased by the operator.
Length of stitch may be altered while running
and machine can be threaded without passing
thread through holes.
7. Design Simple, Ingenious, Elegant,form-
ingthe Stitch without the use of Cog Wheel
Gears, Rotary Cams or Lever Arms. lias the
Automatic Drop Feed, which Jnsures uniform
length of stitch at any speed. lias our new
Thread Controller, which allows easy move
ment of needle-bar and prevents injury to
8. Construction most careful and finished.
It is manufactured by the most skillful and
experienced mechanics, at the celebrated
Remington Armory. !IIIon, N. Y.
Cleveland Offlce,.270SuperIor St.
From the premises of I
the undersigned a 3-1
In rocxl order: fresh last sprine. IJorns.short; I
tail, very slender; head and necfc darker than
balance ox body. I
Any one giTinjr Information concerning her I
wherabonts or returning sine to the tabscri I
her. will be liberally rewarded. Information I
can be left at Couitney & Appleton'i Thoto-1
Collegiate & Preparatory
Having Three Separate Courses. CLASSICAL.
PHILOSOPHICAL and SCIENTIKICL A Full I
Corns of Experienced lrofessors. All Classes I
open to Young Women. Expenses Low. Time I
hna aioney arc saveu uy attenuing upon tnor.
uufiu, urgauizcu insiruciion.
Preparatory Department a
ip reorganized for a THREE YEAR'S I
USE preparing for the College Courses. I
Special vantages now "offered, which render
lasLrucLion anuconiroiur inccoiieirer acnjiT.
is department very attractive and proQ table.
catalogues, scut on application.
Year opens September 16th.
50w0 A. A. E. TAYXOK, rrcident.
Jackson St. MmersbnrB.0.
Above SAUNDERS Drug Store.
work entrusted to them will be made I
up In tho latest style, most durable man. I
ana guaranteed to give .satisfaction in I
T II E
HOLIES GO. EEPOIICAN
Job Printing Office!
Is the Place to GetWork
DONE CHEAPLY & WELL !
REPnnucAN-Jon oppippiq ow
rt.. .V. C I
or the Stale.
' Vt'.lM: VV' M l" in inis
It is nirnbhwl with the
Display & Ornamental Type J
Borders, Cuts, tte.
RTF AM DDiriQfSPR are unsurpassed I
me execution 01 a ine I'nntioff.
Orders from a distance
by letter, will re-1
White & Cunningham,
PREPARES STUDENTS '
For College, For Teaching,
For Business, For Life.
Gives Instruction in all Branches of Study
Students received at any time.
Terms reasonable. '
Jhrot. P. W. SEARCH, rrindDal
Mrs. D. W. VAN KVEIJATAssUtMU SOtf
R- "cacherof Instrumental
lTof.J.C.Ewijto, Teacher of Vocal Music
LATEST FASHIONS !
fi. F, WMGER,
Over Voorhes 4 Hudson's Stove and Tin Store,
aiam street, jiiiicrsDurj, u.
All work entrusted to him will receive prompt
attention and will be made up In the
Latest .Style I
And In the best and most durable manner.
Warranted to sive entire satisfaction.
GIVE HIM A
CO II K ON K AND ALL and see for your
selves what llaryalns you ean get' in
Spring and Summer Goods
Are NOW IX and well adapted to the trade
A very large stock of
LADIES' FINE SHOES ASD GAITERS, from
One Dollar to Four Dollars per pair. -BememLer,
Ladies' Gaiters for one dollar a
fiair. Mens' Fine Boots and Shoes to suit all
n style and price, from ?1 2S to (3. Children'
Shoes in mat variety, and cheap. Misses
Shoes in abundance and cheap. A very large
stock ofWomens Slippers, from 73 cents to
S2 50 per pair.
And SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS always on
hand, at the lowest price. Come and sec for
yourselves and I will do you good.
WE KEEP A
First - Class Workman
Hsprre ii Jot Wort
orall tmwltn rKiiMirris ana la toe
LATSX STYLES. GlTe ns a call when ay-
I tiling It needed in that line. ,
xnanEiui tor past xuvors, x am joorj,
Millersburg, April 6th, 1ST4.
In acting upon this principle
Keep at their rooms, on Jackson street. Imme
diately west or tee Postoflice, Millers
burg, none but the best class of
As pnrchasers will at once recognize by visit
ing wieir ivuui.
They keep, however, a complete assortment
Jl'S" thK Sh,n"S'
in fiiinishingahonsc from the Kitchen to tho
Parlor of the BEST MANUFACTURE and the
BEDSTEAD Every stylo and price.
BUREAUS Plain and Ornamental
High priced and Low Priced.
MATTRESSES and SPRING BOT
TOMS Various kinds.
HAT RACKS, "
- DESKS,' CRD3S,
Ac Ac Ac.
Parlor and Library Work !
And Everything Elso in Their
All are resnectrullv solicited to eall
e-iamtnc oursoods and prices
J. W. FAB RAIL & CO.
ilillcnbars, Jimo Il.Ti I3tf
H. & B. ITERZER,
Frodnre and Commission XerchanU.
rinur. Crnln nnrl Mill Sf t.flfo
WIttTK Jt WATEK
II Ulltlt. EI1GS.SU