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Holmes County Ilepnlilican
Miuxesbcbq, O.f August 13, 1874.
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' STAGE USES.
From Coshocton, Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, at o.uu p.m.
TtiesdAvi.Thnrsaars andSalurdays,at MO a.m
Frtm -Canal borer," Tia Shanesville, Walnut
1 Creek and .Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays
. and rnaayr, ai izjo.
,Mondayi,feinciday and Fridays at 1X0 p-m
From New. Philadelphia Via BagcrsTillc, New
itedroro, bainue ew Daisruas, . w
Baturdaya, atl p. m.
r nm Knelii rla Benton. ULIIooe. etc. Mod.
. days." Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6 p. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays' arid Fridays, t7 a-m.
Paint Valley Arrire and Depart Wednesdays
Office Honrs from IX a. m. to 8 p. m :
T. B. CUNNINGHAM
Bofrra axD--Snrri37-A GJass Iras a
fine assortment of boots anil shoes of
"tbelaUst styles, which ho wlll'sellat
,. the lowest livins prices. Call In anil
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Defehbed. Several artlcles"arc"una-
voldably- postponed until nest weefc
Tlie affidavit of the Commissioners was
handed in too late for insertion in this
issue. It will receive, due attention
Niw Building. On Thursday morn
ing last, Ubler Sr McDowel broke
.ground for the .erection of a new brick
building on the lot cast or their store
room. Cheap Goods. Attention is Invited
to the new advertisement of J. JInl
vane. Large invoices of new goods are
arriving daily. Sasli ribbons a special
ty. The richest assortmenteverbrought
CktstalWeddixg. Last Sunday be
theJ5th anniversary of the wedding of
Mr. and Mrs. VT. F. Sharp, their friends
to the number of about twenty-five, on
Saturday evening, met at Mr. Sharp's
residence and bad a good time general
ly. May long life and prosperity be
Come. Come to the Holmes Co. Tem
perance Convention, which will be
held In the U. P. Church yard Millers-
burg, on Saturday, Ang.15. Speakers
from home and abroad .are expected.
Every body Is Invited. Basket dinner.
Ministers throughout the county espec
AM mew Warehouse.-- The new
warehouse now being erected by Isaac
Donaldson, near the railroad bridge,
when completed, will be ono of the
best , in this State. It will be substan
tial" and. convenient. The foundation
is already finished and the carpenters
are busy framing the heavy timbers.
It Is tb be finished and ready lor busi
ness by the first of October. Next week
we will give dimensions, &c.
A Smash Up. Sunday morningWillic
Brown and Henry Work started In a
buggy to go to the dedication of the
new church In Monroe township, and
as they were going down the hill at the
lower end of Main street, one of the
breast straps broke and let the tongue
partway down. This frightened the
horses, and they started to run, and
went through the bridge at their high
est speed. Willie Brown jumped out
just after they bad passed through the
.bridge, but Work remained till the
horses ran into the ditch at the roadside,
when'he was pitched out. The buggy
was broken up? but the horses did not
stop. They turned and broke for town
again, leaving the body of the buggy
in one place, the top in another, and
the tongue and double-trees still in an
other. The boys fortunately were not
much hurt, only scratched a little. The
. horses and carriage belonged to Rains
burgh & Hoover.
The County Pair ron 1874. Harvest
is over and as there only remains about
.two months to prepare for this annual
.exhibition of home products, it would
be well for our citizens to look around
and see what they can contribute to
make the county fair this season A suc
cess. For a fewyearVpasttu'eTparlial
failure in. some of our fruits and grains
has not conduced to' make our cxhiDi--"?
.lions what they might have been, and
probably there has been some little lack
oflnterest besides. Now, wIM sea
son i of plenty in all of nature's pro
ductions, with our barns and granaries
overflowing with grain and our gardens
teeming with vegetable life, our people
should resolve to lay aside any past
prejudices or fault-finding and resolve
to do their full share toward making
their county exhibition this year worthy
of its people.
As for stock, this county can now
show some of the best blood in the
country, and it is to be hoped that all
stock-growers nay make a generous
competition in this department. There
is not a farmer in this section that can
not contribute something that will add
to the attractiveness and" display pour
fairs, and there is none but arc interest
ed, more or less, In building up and
making a complete success of our an
nual county fairs. Let all be up ana
doing and when the time comes, vie
with each other in the quantity and
quality of our contributions.
Tilton-Beecheb. With the down
fall of the intelligent classes of all na
tions, from the earliest days in the his
tory of iho world down to the present
generation, during the many changes
and epochs 'of past history, none have
so interested the public as that terrible
tale told by Tilton of Brother Beecher.
It is generally admitted, however, that
for economy and comfort in Eeady
Made.Clotbing, there is no place equal
to'thg reliable United States" Clothini:
Store of Isaac Marx.,He Is now closing
out his mammoth Stock of Beady-Made
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Gent's Furnish
ing Goods, Trunks, Valises, -regardless
or:co3t, and Is therefore offering un
heard of bargains. You will be as
tonished how much cheaper you can
buy Clothing of bim than can be had
elsewnere. ills mauner or doing busi
ness Is not to be undersold by any one.
It is, therefore, money In yodr pock
ets to tro and sec his Goods, before ma
king purchases elsewhere. Remember
the place,4The reliable U. S. Ciothin:
Store of Isaac Marx." C2w4
The American Sardine Co's. Bone
less Sardines, are much better, and less
man nan me cost or imported sardines
According to the call made through
the Tamer a large number of the Dem
ocratsof the cocmtyine in the Court
House, ou Saturday 'afternoorf, to take
counsel together as to what course to
take 1" refcrenco to an investigation of
the county matters. The proceedings
of the meeting as furnished by the Sec
retary win be found elsewhere in to
day's Usue. After the appointment of
Chairman and Secretary, a Committee
was annolnted to draft resolutions. Af
ter a short consultation by the mem
bers of that committee, J. W. Vorhes,
as one of the committee, stated that he
did not think It necessary to have any
resolution oh . Uie "subject. . That the
people knewfor wlt"purpose they had
come together and ' that they had better
go to business at once. In the course of
Jiis remarks he said that something
must ne clone to tev tnem rigntjn uie
eyKdf!theJ.peopie as apahy. jWhat
caii or shall ba done to satisfy them
selves and the people? He' was in fa
vor of investigation, and also in favor
of making thorough "work of it. He
further stated that they should confine
their strength to the breach that is al
ready inado in the ranks of the ehetny.
A breach has been made, and in a strong,
yet vulnerable point'. He stated the dif
ferent methods by which this investi
gation could be' ordered, namely, that
by petitioning the Court of Common
Fleas to appointanexamlner,or to have
the State"! Auditor make, the appoint
ment. This latter thcispeaker stated
would be the most thorough way, and
by which the work, could be done that
they wanted done. At the conclusion
of .these remarks,tbe prosidenttold the
committee to retire anu unng in ineir
report in writing. Mr. Vorhes made
some objection to this, whereupon the
chair excused him from acting upon
the committee,, and appointed narvy
Nelson in his place. Committee then
M. A. Iloagland then stated the law
requiring the Probate Judge to appoint
an examiner, whose duty it was to visit
the treasurer's office and see that all was
right, and compare the books with the
auditor's books. He stated that the
amendment to this law made it com
pulsory on the part of the Judge of
Probate Court to make this'hppolnt-
ment. ne went on to stale that it was
better to hive this examination In jus
tice to all officers who are not guilty, as
well as to'those who are guilty, if there
be any. This section of the law was
At.the conclusion of Hoagland's re
marks, as'the convention was waiting
for the return of the committee ou res
olutions, A. Laylander asked permission
to make a few comparisons of expendi
tures in Franklin and Holmes counties.
These comparisons.together with others
wo shall give our readers, as soon as
we can get them in proper shape, show
ing that the ratio of expenditure's in
our county is much greater in compari
son to amount of work done, &:'., &e.
J. Y. orjies again made a lew remarks
in wiiicu,iie sam that it was the trans-
actlons'in the auditor's office that they
wanted to overhaul, and not simply to
see wlipther the books corresponded or
Mr. Hitchcock then addressed the
meeting.- He stated that if the Democ
racy do not right this matter, the bal
ance of power" would go to the other
Stilwcll then made an address in
which he made a remark about cor
ruption In the Bepublican party, which
wasntircly -ruilcallcd' for jdsf then,
when the stench from their own cor
ruption In "ililsTeounty; was rank and
rancid, ne favored an "examination
made through appointment of the Pro
As the resolutions were, about to be
adopted Judge .Armor" the I Probate
u uugu,mauo ins appearance in me nouse
and asked, permission to make 'a few re
marks before this vote was taken. He
seemed very much excited and for near
ly an hour he addressed the people, ta
king up.abont three times as much time
as was neee6saryto-saywIiathe did.
He seemed indignant that this request"
should be 'made of hlnf fTHe 'said it
looked as. though he was not willing to
do his duty according to lasfi HWpow1-
er, he said, did not allowjilni'to send a
man to look after oilier offices, except
the treasury and the auditor's office,
and that only to see that the money was
all there, and that the books corre
sponded. He said that he would not
appoint a man to go to the treasurer's
office now and take charge of the keys
of that office when the, treasury, was
full.oftbe people's raoney.-IIo would
wait till it was depleted. He declared
be would not make the appointment.
He said it was'presuniptloi to: thus die
tate tffhim. He thought' he knew his
duty. His speech was long and excited
apd made up of repetition. He said
cointy ought to be appointed, who
would go to the different offices, and
that each officer would assist them
is work. What authority has such
a committee to enter the treasury we
would'like.to'know? JGle . did not' state
the authority. He ma'de a'fling at the
law, and said it was a disgrace to the
law-makers oftbe'State to "enact such a
law, 'allowing a" mair to en'trthe'tfeas-
ury without a bond. If the people are
willing to grant that privilege, we can't
see why the Judge should object as it is
the people who are responsible.
M. A. Hoagland replied. He wanted
to know how they could examine the
treasury without finding out bow and
for what purpose the. -money has been,
spent? He spoke -at length, and ad
duced some good thoughts. Mr. Hitch
cock, of Berlin, showed that ho reflec
tion upon the Judge was meant to be
given whatever. He replied to the
Judge's remarks about the examiner
making a hasty examination. He
wanted to know why a hasty examina
tion should be made., Who has the most
interest in the examination, the people,
or the Judge? He said there was no
use to drown or squash the matter. It
was bound to go on.
The resolution was finally adopted
unanimously. James Allison on niotion
was chosen as the examining committee
or rather the comnee whom the
Judge of Probate was requested by' the
convention to appoint. The whole
thing in the estimation of most
people was a mixed up affair. What
may come of it we shall see hereafter.
License NO. Wo have been asked
what will be the consequences if the li
cense clause is voted down. What good
result will come from such a vote?. The
laws will remain as they arc now, and
the people will have the privilege and
power to put away the sale of liquor in
their midst if they so desire. If license
is granted, they have not this rightuid
by voting for license they become tho
participants In evil doing. They do
wrong themselves, thinking possibly to
do some srood thereby. This Is a false
Idea, Let every man who does not wish
to have their sin upon bis own skirts
vote License Xo. .Bead other article
in to-day's Republican on this subject
IN TOWN AND OUT.
IJccnse-rNo.' "i .
BailroadAid No! :
New Constitution No! .
Minority Representation No!
Subscribe for the Retubucan.
A new design is talked of for postal
Bogus five - cent nicklcs arc said to
How to put a horse on his metal
They are holding neck-tie parties
The nights are decidedly cool In
dications or the fall.
When is a young lady like a whale?
When cne Is pouting.
The berry-pickers? harvest is near
ly over in this section.
Don't borrow this paper when you
arc aoie to tacc it yourscir.
, Get your.work at the Republican
Steam JoD JcnntiiigUfflce.
The man who was filled with emo
tion, hadn't room for his dinner.
Why is a loaf of bread like the sun?
jsecansa u rises irom me (y; ease
Henry Layman. Shoemaker. Ter-
re Haute. Bed-cord. Jealousy.
It is said that4 new ale is diluted
with oil of vitriorand spoiled molasses.
Why is a thunder-storm like an
onion ? Because it is peal on peal.
The 'Agricultural .Fair ot ""Wayne
. , -
county win be item uct- ctn and an
No clean tickets will be voted at
the coming election, August 18th. None
Ducscratcncu tickets win oe countcu
Green apples, cucumbers, cholera
momus ana otuer seasonable luxuries
arc now in the market.
A Canton man savs the onlv object
tbatfvould bo likely to frighten his
iiorbu, iba. loan oi nay;
A young man entered a hardware
store in Canton the other day, and
asked lor a "musqulto muzzle." .
The taxable property of Massilion
is estimated at two millions seven linn
dred and fifty thousand dollars.
Slislit chanzes have been made in
the tune of trains on the P., F. W. & C,
IL B. Sec time card elsewhere.
A Michigan rirl was killed by
lightning while picking geese for her
r-r-A .man, whom Georse Washinzton
uscu to pat ou tne uacK is in an unio
A Zanesvllle man cauzht a catfish
weizhinsr sixty-five pounds, the other
Tho . Forty-sixth Ohio. General
Garfield's regiment,-Will hold a' reunion
at JSewburg on the -'Oth.
The Bridgeport Standard has sus
pended, after an existence of about
seven months. Belmont county now
has only six newspapers.
r-flor;Allen.ex-Gov.Novc3. and the
Newport Barracks Baiid will attend the
boiuiers' Urand Reunion at Washing
ton C.H., on the 20th fnst.
A Dubuque banker dropped a two-
cent piece in tne contribution box, and
tooK out a cent lor "discount."
Josh Billines savs : "Don't toil be
fore breakfast. If it is necessary to
toil' before breakfast, eat your break-
'A little Tone after undergoing the
disagreeable operation of vaccination,
exclaimed, ,:Now I won't have to be
baptized, will J ?"
To revive faded boquets. place two
Inches of the stems in hot water; when
cold, cut off this portion, and place
them In cold water.
Tho-. leaves of the 'common walnut
tree placed, over doors, "windows .man
tles. In wreath's or bunches about the
house will drive flies away.
A house-maid iu Chicago had her
hair turn white in a single night last
week. She feli iiead foremost into a
Chicago is determined to be loiiv
over it, at any rate. One of the papers
boasts that the city has "the finest as
sortment of ruins in the world."
Who would be willing to sign a li
cense for a man to commit murder?
There is murder in the whisky traffic.
It is ambiguously stated that no resi
dent ot Kasson, Minn., has ever lost a
dollar by fire, and no resident has ever
had a dollar to lose.
Just imagine what people who have
nof'ascaudal" have to put up with.
They are discussing the "reciprocity
treaty" up In Canada.
Philip" PhilliosV the greaTsiiieer
and musical composer, will be in Woo3
tcr on Saturday evening, August 22nd,
A Massachusetts man has been in a
successful business forty-nine years,
and never advertised. The business
consisted chiefly in lying about his
Advice to husbands: When things
go wrong with you in business go home
and abuse your wife and children. It
makes tilings so pleasant.
If selling intoxicating drinks be
right, it needs no license if wrong it
should have none. Bemember that,
when you go to vote.
-The Zanesvllle Courier suggests
that that city might gain some revenue
by renting the pasture lands within its
ooruers ior grazing.purposes.
' ThA Jlair arniinfle nf tli"l?!1ilnnt1
(Jounty'AgriculturarSocIety were sold
at Sheriff's' "sale- recently, for $10,000.
xuey were purchased by the Richland
At Covington, ten years ago, Mrs.
PwMiller vwas bitten severely in the
shoulder"by a mad. dog. Dog's "hair
was then placed over the wound, tne
woman recovered, and hasnow no fears
It Is' predicted that brook trout
will bring two dollars a pound within
ten years, trout brooks are so rapidly
becoming a thing or the past.
Every voter that prefers the pres
ent Constitution to the new one should
exert himself to get out to the polls all
who entertain similar views.
All the year round, Sheridan's Cav
alry Condition Powders should be given
to horses that are "kept up." To hors
es and cattle that graze in summer thev
should only be given in winter and
The reunion of the Sherman Brig
ade is to be held at ML. Gilead, on Sep-
lemoer lutii. we snail make further
One night he ground a scythe-blade
very keen, split a polo twenty feet long.
inserted the blade.and hoisted the pole.
One gallon of owl toes was picked up
tne next morning, and tne farmer lias
not lost a hen since.
The July agricultural report, just
out, is' in' the main, a very encouraging
exnioit oi me .c. op prospects ot tne
country., mere is an increase in tlic
corn area of two million acres, the per
centage of increase being the largest
In the South.
Wo wish the voungladv who'wrote
the poem entitled "Will You be Mine?'-'
to distinctly understand that It can't be
did. AVc'd like to accommodate her,
but there's a slight difficulty in the
way. The difficulty is only about one
hundred and fifty pounds; but it can
wieiao, oroom-stlcKvWitu masterly ce
lerity, or; sling a soup-plate with uner
Harvest is no w over. Wo hope cor
respondents will bo industrious In gath
ering nil' Items of interesting news, and
promptly send us the same, every
body wants to sec what everybody is
It is a pleasant sight to see a young
lady, with head erect and a train (not
George Francis) about ten or fifteen
feet- long, sweeping the sidewalks of
their shavings, old paper collars, rags,
tui3.oi cigars, quids ot iodiicco, etc.
The John Cooper Engine. Manufac
turing Company, ot Mt. Vernon, have
secured the contract for furnishing the
steam power for running the machinery
at the coming 'Cincinnati Industrial
Why did Job always sleep cold?
Because he had miserable comforters.
And now our citizens arc dining on
green corn ana watermelons.
. Several new pavements are being
put uown on uiay street.
The Dedication Services of the new
Monroe church, on Sabbath, were well
To-day, the 13th inst. the Grangers
win meet in 1'ic-nic lasnion in me
grove of Mr.McCaughyuear Paint Val
ley. Nobby young men now use lawn
mowers on their hair. They look' as
tnougu they had just escaped from some
or the public institutions at Columbus.
Advertising ha3 created many a
new business, enlarged many an old
business, revived .many a dull business,
rescued many Mailing business, and
prese rved many a large business, and it
insures success in any business,
A good way to restore a man ap
parently drowned is to first dry him
thoroughly Inside andont and then clap
a speaking-crumpet to nis ear anu in
form him that his mother-in-law's
A correspondent of the Scientific
American says a certain cure for nose
bleeding is to extend the arm perpen
dicularly against a wall or post.or any
convenient ooject ior support, inesiue
from which the blood proceeds is the
one to elevate.
Several of our citizens are at Cha-
tauqua Lake attending the National S.
S. Assembly. Among the number are
Bev. O. Badgley and family, Mrs. D.
W. Van JIvera, and Mr. & Mrs. T. B.
Officers and soldiers who served in
the army, physicans, surgeons, and , em
inent men aru women everywhere, join
In recommend Johnson's Anodyne Lin
iment to oe tne oest internal anu exter
nal family medicine ever invented
That's our experience.
When the storm beats hardest and
the elements are most boisterous, we
know best how to appreciate shelter.
aownen our corporal alllictions are
most severe we can best tell the value
of a sure remedy. Miss Sawyer's Salve
cures more diseases than any other
Known medicine. A lair trial win De
the most convincing proof
The price of three pieces of chew
ing-gum a week, at one cent apiece,
amounts to Jl.tu a year, or in sixty-
seven years to $104.52. That sum will
purcuase a complete set or Appletou's
encyclopedia, a marriage license, a
black bombazine dress for your aunt, a
German silver coffin plate, and a hair
switch. Cot this out, young girl, and
paste it on the back of your beau's plio-
The officers of the Pan-Handel
road have issued an order forbidding all
employees of the company from enter
ing public houses where intoxicating
liquors are sold or given away, at Cadiz
Junction, Dennison and Ubrichsville,
under penalty or immediate dismissal
:The young ladles who affect those
pockets dangling- from the belt should
bt careful not to put letters therein. A
love-sick gent lately picked a note out
of one of these which let him know
that another had the Inside track, and
so saved him the trouble of popping
tne question aim getting snuuDed.
A western Fair Association are go
ing to give an easy chair to the oldest
settler of the county ; to the oldest con
tinued resident a set of km ves and forks :
to parent or parents of the most chlls
dren born In the county, a silver set,
and the winner of a foot-race none to
enter under Co years of age a, cane.
For low vulgarity we refer onr
readers to tho column of "Shorts" In
last week's Farmer. We would also
say in this connection that the editor is
entirely mistaken as to the authorship
of "Crusade Leaves." It Nfenwr.illv
supposed that they are written bya(
tauy. we nave simply to say that the
author is not a lady.
We have seen no official announce
ment oi the fact but by newspaper no
tices, see that the State Board of Agri
culture is now paying the- premiums
awat ded at the last State Fair. Parties
holding orders should at onui make ap
plication for their money to the Secre
tary, Mr. John H. Klipparti at Colum
We are told that there are' parties
making the rounds of the country sel
ling tea at a very low figure, but of a
quality t'.iat. is not very conducive to
health and longevity. Purchase your
goods of responsible local dealers, and
you will not be imposed upon by ras
cally strangers. The advertisement of
number of honest grocers can be seen
Oh ! the skectcr, the beautiful skect-
er, filling the air with melodious metre.
Under our hat, and tickling our hose,
taking a bite through a hole In our
clothcrrUit-.througli-tlie winilow, open
ing the door, filling our chamber and
singing the sweeter, ever is tound the
If the Druggist offers any kind of
herb-flavored alcohol for dyspepsia,bil
lousness, or any other ailment, tell him
that you want medicine, not a bar-room
drink.-Ask him for Dr. Walker's Cal
ifobkia BiitTEKS, the best regulating
preparation known, and , which you
know is free lrom -'faalan s Jilixlr" Re
ject all the fiery "Tonics" and "Appeti
zers," and cling to tnat remedy. There
no medicine that compares with it.
Going to England. Our young
townsman Jas. Cowen, who graduated
with distinguished honors front Prince
tdrfnast year, starts In a few 'days to
spend a year in Cambridge, England,
anu at tne uernian universities ior tne
completion of his education.
This statement may somewhat sur
prise many of his friends, who know
something of his scholarly attainments
and power as an orator. For him, we
heartily commend his purposes.
The superficial education and hasty
launching upon the responsibilities of
life, growing so common, does not well
comport with the demands .of the age.
The genius of a Poe or the oratorical
power of a Hamilton, supplemented by
the most liberal educational advantages ;
may not of themselves ensure success in
"A good name is rather to be chosen,
than great riches." Basing an estimate
of probabilities, upon the foundation of
moral stamina and force of character,
no less than upon talent and rare ac
complishment, we safely predict for
our.young friend a most brilliant apd
The best wishes of the entire commu
nity, go out lor ids welfare and safe re
The License Question in a Nutshell.
Rev. A. V. Giilbralth, of Coshocton
county, in an able communication in
the Coshocton Democrat, states the whole
question of .license or no license to sell
Intoxicating liquor in a very few words,
"Now. I hold that the nrniioacd li
cense is wrong, and that the moral
quality of licensing or voting for license
like all other acts, must be determined,
not by the result but by the quality of
tho action. If the liquor traffic is right
It ought not to be licensed, ror it would
unjustly compel liquor dealers to pay
for a privilege granted to all others
without even the asking. And if the
liquor traffic Is wrong. It should not bo
licensed, for no one has tho right to
authorize another to do wrong. Be
sides, to license a wrong is to partake
of that wrong, and if Ohio shall grant
license, receive money for the same,
tnereny snaring tne prouts or tuts trai
fie, she will bo guilty of tho Injury oc
casioned by all liquor sold In conforml-
Ly IU 1IICI13U.
Pmsnuiiaii Female C01.LF.nr.. The
advertisement of this v.--l.U-.i.'nii in
stitution will he found in another col
umn. We would call the especial attcn
lion of parents and giiardians to the
very superlar advantages It n.ffbrd.s. for
n niiished pdicntnn for "oiir girls,"
Democratic" Tax-Payers' Meeting,
On August 8tb; 18W,vat half past 1 p,
JJ. the tax-payers r oftho county as
sembled at the Court House in large
numbers, and on motion W. Stllwell
was elected President of the meeting,
and Isaac Williams, Secretary.
On motion, a committee on resolu
tions, consisting of James Allison, Har
vey Nelson and 'James SIcClaran, was
appointed, J. W. Vorhes declining to
serve on said committee, and L. Alii
son aJsodeclincd,. being an officer, to be
investigated. . .
While said committee was consider
ing on their report; remarks were made
Dy consent, oy A. liayiander.
Cemmittee on resolutions reported as
WHEREAS.ah examination of the nooks
of the Auditor oHHolmes "county "by a
committee appointed by the Auditor of
state, witn rererence to tne state School
Jb nnds, has resulted in a report bv said
committee, that frauds have been per
petrated to tne amount ot over SJU.WO;
Whereas, there is a general belief
among tne people oi our county, that
other frauds and misappropriations of
me people s moneys nave taken place
not only in the Auditor's office but by
otners in omciat position, wmcn it is
the duty of those in authority to use
their best endeavors to expose, and the
rigntor me people , to demand at their
whereas, mis .Democratic Conven
tion, believe in the principle, that any
political party which would deserve the
commence ot the people, must, with an
unsparing hand, expose corruption in
office by those whom it has selected for
Besbhed, By the Democracy of Holmes
county in Convention assembled, that a
committee oi one oe selected bytms
Convention, and that the Probate Judge
of HoflHkounty be requested to im-
meqjsanaawxilnt the person so selected
phing committee to'make a
Hrinvestigation into the affairs
of jWcounty in every department there-
oi, to report to said Judge whether any
county funds have been misappropriated
ana wnetuer any ouicer or our county
has violated the law in drawing illegal
Resolved. That a committee on finance
be selected by this Convention 'consist
Ing of one from each township to so
licit and receive donations to pay for
services of said examining' committee,
wnat may ue ueemeu a lair compensa
tion fu addition to" the par provided for
by law, said committee to proceed at
once toootain subscriptions and to for
ward the same to the treasurer of this
organization as fast as collected.
Iitsoiced. That one treasurer ho pW.
ted and that an executive committee
consisting of seven members be ap
pointed with power, to call a meeting at
rAfter jjetnarks'by SlesSrsBdlwell.
in . " ' ' ''. , e-- . Jlfc , J . -. ,
nitcncocK anu- ni. a. iioaTianfi in la,
vor of .said resolutions, and 'J. W. Vor
hes and -Tltoesas JArmOTtaeaTnst. were
unanimously auopteq aa .repartee.
Tho'Con ventlon then pnceedeof-ti
lect one person, as" provided by said res
olutions,' to act, Itra committeeman of
investigation, under .-.appointment of
the Probate Court, and elected -James
Allison as such committee, whonvthe
Probate.Court Is requested to appoint,
An executive committee consisting of
seven meraoers was then selected as
follows : H. B-GrayTD. White, I. Wil
liams, Mr A. Hoagland, P. McCullocIi
McClaran and Esquire Funck, (of
On motion of L. Allison, John Hitch
cock was elected treasurer, after which
the following gentlemen were selected
as a. committee on finance, to receive
subscriptions and forward the same to
tne Treasurer, to pay lor assistance to
the said committee of investigation:
Monroe Isaac Williams;
.Mechanicj-ajGray,; 4. ifS
killbucii John Shrimplin"; ''
Praiiie Thos.Everly ;'
Hardy Isaac Harpstcr;
Ripley James McClaran ;
Knox A.-Parsons ;'
Washington J. Spreng;
Paint C. Joss;
Saltcrcek A. H. Snyder;
Walnutcreek Jerome Hochstetler;
German Noah H. Hochstetler;
Richland Joshua Jones.
On motion the convention' adjourned
subject to the call of the Executive
BERLIN, O., Aug. 10, 1874.
Eds.-Republican : In -pursuance to a
call published in the Farmer of July
30th, for a meeting on the 8th inst. of
'all citizens Interested in the purity 01
our county affairs," to meet at the
Court House, "In Millersburg." I at
tended at the time and place namcu.
Soon after arriving in town", Lwas in
formed by a gentleman of veracity that
a few political tricksters of small cali
bre nad tne whole programme ior tne
meeting made out. I was not disposed
to believe this, but I now'say that said
meeting, from the' time it was called to
order until it adjourned, with' one ex
ception, was according , to the pro
gramme given me before we convened.
The move to nominate the chairman
was '"fixed;" the chairman was "fix
ed;'-' .the secretary .was "fixed;'' tb.e
committee was "fixed," and the reso
lutions had been "fixed" so long they
had got cold and could scarcely be read,
yet it was all played according to the
programme. 1 had hoped this would De
n tnoattner nf ntflvn,,. anil tvm rpm
conducted by them, and not by a few
political tricksters who only desire self
aggrandizement, but I must confess that
two or three or these little political
demagogues dashed in and "pocketed"
all of us. why cannot -the; voters oi
xioimes iouniy uiscaru tuese jeaiuus,
selfish politicians and take the manage
ment of the finances of the county into
their own hands? ,
The above letter from a Democrat of
high standing in his party, we give to
our readers, who may judge for them
selves as to its merits. --
Jewelry. Before you buy Jewelry
at any price, go to Frcy's, and see the
well selected stock of new and desir-
able.goods, in all branches of the trade
and at prices that cannot fail to'pIeascT
A large and splendid stock of Clocks
uuu.ub me very lowest ugurusi' -.rer&uii-al
attention paid to rcpali ing watches,
clocks and jewelry.
Woman's Friend. We would call the
attention of all wishing profitable em
ployment, to the column advertisement
of Mr.-J. C. Tilton, to .be.found in our
paper. The Woman's Friend or Steam
Washer Is one of the greatest inven
tions of the age, and hundreds are ma
king fortunes in - Its sale;.; Over 300,000
have been sold, and yet Air. niton con-
Unties to offer Inducements. Write to
Our Ticket. When, you go to the
polls on Tuesday, August l?th, draw
your pencil across tho first' line after
"First Vote," across the, first line after
"Second Vote,"- across the first line at
ter "Third Vote," across tho, first line
after "Fourth Vote," and your ticket is
then ready to .lie deposited, In the ballot
Watermelons AGAIN.-Anothcr large
lot of watermelons arrived at Weston's ,
on Monday, and are still liner than the
first lot. They go rapidly. Call imme
diately, If you want any.
Elastic Trus,s, Fmirtfalliin lortlie
Pomeroy & Co., 744
Broadway, N. V. Say where advertise
ment seen. 4!)m:i.
Xen Bird has a splendid stock of
Leu Bird Is selling, loads of Cloth-
i ng. We sec bundles . eoln e , out every
Suits made to order on short notice.
at Lea Bird's. 17tl
Boys' goods very cheap at Len
We furnish Envelops with a Busi
ness uara tnereon, neany.as cneap as
the blank envelopes can be purchased
Good hats, 7.5 cents, at Bird's. 13tf
'University op Woostzr. We call
attention to the advertisement of this
University in another columntyTbls is a
new institution, .being now in Its fifth
year, and has already become one of
the best institutions of ourland. The
corps, of Professors and teachers can
not bo surpassed in ability by any other
Institution of the kind. It has a bril
liant future before it, as It possesses the
elements that must of necessity .make It
successful. There is no longer any ne
cessity for our young men to go Vale,
Harvard or Princeton in order to find
first-class institutions. Wooster' can
well fill the "bill. For details, see ad
Wanted. Two thousand feet of- dry
Oak' flooring, i inches. Also other
lumber. I. Donaldson
Fcjr-Sale.- The thoiough bred Cliff-
iuu jui jieuigree siock is now lorsaie,
at a reasonable price. For particulars
call on the owner.
,T)lw3. Alfred Cauioon
Wasted. A Scholarship of the Ohio
Wesleyan University for which a rea
sonable price will be paid. Address or
apply to the Postmaster of this place.
Ox Hands. Maxwells have just re
ceived a heavy Invoice of Spring and
summer uiotning, nats, caps, notions,
&c. inetr stock or gents lurmsning
goods is very fine, and their prices are
exceedingly ;low. Now is the time to
ouy and there Is place to go. Call and
sec them., 37tf
. , , ,
To all who are In need of paper, en
velopes, &c, plain or fancy, we would
state, that we have a good assortment
on hands, and are fitting up the room
back of the Post Office, where samples
of our stock .can be seen. The best
brands of Can. Legal Can. Fools Cao:
jxoie iieaus, um xteaus, jitter neaus'
Note and Letter Paper, always on hands
Envelopes of all styles and colors. Our
paper and envelopes are of the best
quality, anu win oe soiu at me very
lowest figures. Persons wishing to have
their cards printed on their envelopes,
or letter heads, can have it done at lit
tle expense. Please remember that all
kinds of Stationery can be had at
wholesale or retail.
Tho Democracy can swallow rcpu
diatioD as easily as one can swallow
fat pork. Almost everywhere the
organs of that party insist that green
backs are good enough to pay back
the creditors of the government,and
look upon the Indiana proposition
as rather honorable than otherwise.
A prize Gght between two local
miners, Ned Daugherty and Tom
Stark county on tlie third inst, but
ended in a general row, in which
many persons received broken heads
and bloody noses. The referee,
however declared wrcese the "win
The South is getting reconstruct
ed by.noting at and alter elections.
Somervillc.iTennes3ec, has especial-
distinguished men Dy a post
William D. Howells, editor of the
Atlantic JTonthlg, is the master in
elegant literature of his time.
JnlT 28th. 1871. at the Empire House, Intfcr-
lln. hv John Fnpate. Esn Sir. Samuel Cenkle.
or Knox County, to Miss Caroline Neiberhans,
of Holmes County, O.
In the town oi Millersbnrir. on tho 6th day
or August, 1874, by Robert Justice, Esq., Air,
Henry Bartram and Miss Beb ecca Geisinger.
August 1st, lira, by a. j. Ben, r-sq.,
WHIbirrtj; firr'-T m---M--yJ-rttjl
August 1st, 1671, bj A. J. Bell, Esq., Sir-
August 4th, 1874, by A. J. Bell, Esq., Mr. W.
.Bills ana Airs. Amanaasmttn.
August 12, 1874.
- - 105
- - - 100
- I 50
- 12 03
. . 7
3 50(34 (10
FLOUR, W bbl, Retail,
WHEAT, White Y bush.,
WHEAT. Ueil. V bush.
CORN, per bush
RYE, " -BARLEY.
OATS, new bush.
r.i. ci.r.u. v uuiu,
TIMOTHY SEED, "
WHITE BEANS, "
EGGS, V dot,
BUTTER, fin roll) lb.
SHOULDERS, V lb, -
,,,,, . nnr x-o u ,,.
DRIED PEACHES, ft lb.
Aituu ruAi;iir.a, -:AGS.
FEATHERS. B lb.
SALT, f) bbl. retail.
1 1 v, IU.
WOOD, per cord.
Cleveland Money Market.
CLEVELAND, August 10, 1874.
ami Government Securities In this market:
Silrer large 104
Sixes of 1881, ex. coupon 118
t iTe-XTrenties iiouj
Five-Twenties (law) in,'.
FIve-Twentlcs (1863) old IWjj
Five-Twenties (1805'. couponi'118,';
ive-'iwenties Usui) coupons u i
ive-Twcnties (18CS) coupons 11";;
Ten-Forties ex. coupons 113
CLEVELAND, August 10, 1874.
W 111 US -V-V ..... .... w
1 f i , 1 .ml Amber 0 50
KVK FLOCK 5 Ma6 00
otatois per uu
Shoeed Meats Hams tsc
Drieii Beef. Kc
Dried Avples 1s2JsaSc
Dried Peaches Peeled 20a25c
PITTSBURG, August 9, 1874.
Floor White XXX
lied and Amber
SMoxxn JltiTS llami...- ....
Dried Phacbes Peeled
Dried aptles ...i,
Potatoes per bbl
1 (Mai 25
New York Market.
NEW YORK, August 9, 1874.
? Lptm-Tiatoe i
Superfine Western . . .
. I 23
4 80a5 33
S 80al 15
If err Furniture.
The firm of Messrs. Taylor & Sharp,
nas Deen doing a good trade in me nr
niture business. One of the firm is now
away buying a new stock, arid in'a few
days they will have their store rooms
packed with 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 of getting choice furniture at
very reasonable rates. Fine work they
sen at close ngures. uau anu taito
look at their stock. tf.
Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R. R.
Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R. R. JULY 26, 1874.
No. 1, No. 5, No. 7. 1 No. 3.
Fast Ex Mail. Pae.Ex N'gtEx
Pittsburg,, 2.00ajn 6.00a.m 9.40un 3.00pm
Rochester, 7.25 " IO50 " SJO "
Alliance. - 6.25 " 11.00 1.30pm 50 "
OlTTille. 7.01 12J52pm 3.15," TJS "
Mansfleld, S.06 8.15 " 5.23 " 0,25 "
Crestline,ar ft jjo e.00 " ,9J5 "
Crestlinc,lT 9.53 " SX0a.m 6J0 " 10.0J "
Forest, 11JS " 6.32 " 835 1139 "
Lima, 12.15pm SM " 9.43 " I230a.m
rt-WaTne, 2.18" IOSJ " 12JSajn 25 "
Plymouth, 4-24 " 1.33pm 3.03 " S.15 "
Chicago, 7.50 " 535 " 6J0 " 8J0 "
No. 4, r No. 2, No. 8, No. 8,
N'gtEx Fast Ei PacEx Mail.
Chicago. 10.20pm S.20o.m 5.33pm 5.15a.m.
Plymouth, ,2.i0a.m 12.10pm 9.0S " 938 "
Ft Wayne, 530" 2JS ' 11.30 " 12.30pm
Lima, 730 " 4.20 ' 13Sa.ni 2.45 "
Forest, 835 5.19 " 2.42 " 4.02 "
Crestllne,ar 1030 " 6.45 ' - 430 " SJO "
Crcstline,lT 1030a.m 7.05 " 430 " 6.05a.m
Mansfleld, 11.00 " 735 " 437 " 6.40 "
Orrrille, 1232pm 93S " 6.45 9JS
Alliance, 235 " 1L05 " 835 " 1130
Rochester, 4.48 " 10.42 " 2.10pm
Pittsburg, 535 " 2 05a.m 11.45 " .330
LIU. lUUilUJ , 2, , o,
and 8 Daily except Sunday; Jfos.. 3 and C,
F. R. MYERS
There is no pain which the
Centaur Liniment willnot re
Here, no swelling it will not
subdut .and no lameness it will
not cure. This is strong lang
uage, Lnt it is true. It has pro-
, ducedeiore cares of rheuma.
ffSrVi tijm. neuralgia, lock-jaw.
palsy, sprains, swellings, caked-breasts,
scalds, burns, salt-rheum, ear-ache &e.
upon the human frame, and of strains,
spavin, galls, 4c, nr-u animals in one year
than hare all other protended remedies since
the arld began. It Is a counter-irritant, an
all healing pain rel'erer. Cripples throw
away their crutches, t: e lame walk; poison
ons v'.tes are rendered harmless, and the
wounded arc healed without a scar. It is no
humbug. The recipe is published around each
bottli . It Is selling as no article erer before
old, nd it tells because it does just what It
pretends to do. Those who now suffer from
rheumatism pain or swelling deserve to suffer
if th?y will not nsc Centaur Liniment, More
than 1000 certificates of remarkable cures, in
cluding frozen limbs, chronic -rheumatism,
gout, running tumors. Ac-, hare been received
We will send a circular containing certificates
he recipe, Ac., gratis, to any one requesting
it. One bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur
Liniment is worth one hundred dcllars for
spavined or sweenled horses and mules, or lor
screw-worm in sheep. Stock-owners this
liniment is worth your attention. No family
should be without Centaur Liniment. Sold by
all Druggists. 50 cents per bottle; large bot
tles ILOO. J. B. ROSE Co., 53 Broadway, Xew
flAatnriA Is more than a substitute
for Castor Oil. It Is the only tafe article In
existence which is certain to assimilate the
food, regulate the bowels, cure wind-colic,
and produce uatnral sleep. It contains neith
er minerals, morphine or alcohol, and is pleas
ant to take. Children need not cry, and moth
ers may rest. 32-yl.
Nearly all diseases originate from Indigcs-
idTorpiiitToftue Idver, and relief Is
always anxiously sought after.
Rejralatcd in its action, health
songnc alter, inue -Liver
action, health is almost in
veriably secured. Want or action in the Liver
causes Headache, Constipation, Jaundice.
rain In the Shoulders, Cough, Chills, Dizzi
ness, Sour Stomach, bad taste in the mouth,
billons attacks, palpitation of the heart, de
pression of spirits, or the blues, and a hundred
other svmptoms, for which SI II II ONS' LI V Kit
REGULATOK is tho best remedy that has
ever been discovered, it acts mildly, effect
ually, and being a simple vegetable compound.
can do no injury in any quantities that it may
ue tascu. it is nannies s in crcrv way; it nas
uwu uacti iui i jcai?, 4iaii uiiuiiiiia vi me
good and great from all parts' of the country
been used ror 40 years, and hundreds or the
viu touch ior its ucwg inc purest aim vesw
sure to cure if taken regularly.
no Intoxicating beverage,
a faultless family medicine
the cheaoest medicine In the world.
given with safety and the happiest renlts
to the most delicate infant,
Does not Intcr'ere with business.
Does notdisarr&nire the svstcm.
Takes the place of Quinine and Bitters of ev
Contains the simplest mil best remedies.
Manufactured only Vy
MACOX, OA, nd PHILADELPHIA.
Liw ni Sale Slie.
W.L.&S. M. FOItBS,
Respectfully informs .the citizens of Miliers
bnrgand vicinity that he new has In complete
REAK OF "EMriRE HOUSE."
Best of Horses. Carriages, ic. which will
be lot at the most reasonable rates. Passen
gers taken ti all parts of the country on short
notice and at low rates.
Bcff we also have aiargc ami commodious
Feedand Sate Stable in connection.
We respectfully ask aliberal share or public
patronage. Satisfaction Uuarantecd. itemem
ber the- place to get'
bl&ign, L:w Frit's!!
Is at the new 'Livery Stable, rear of Empire
House. W. L. & S. M. FORBSi
J. & G. ADAMS,
Excliangfe and Coin.
WANTED! Reliable men to distribute
packages oT tho " WONDEIt OF T11K
men I will furnish all the roods necessary to
conduct the business. Address.
2wt at. si. lll.iu.-s, i-iusuurg, .
STEUBEN VILLE, O.,
On tho Ohio, with over 4S years' experience,
offers superior advantages In both solid ami
ornamental branches. It has made Its prices
to suit the times. Hoard, room and light for
year only sua one.iouritt on ior clergymen
Uneni Sent. uth. For catalogues address Prin
cipal. Rov. C C 11 BATTY, U.O.LUP, SupL,
Iter. -A. ai. l.u.iu, iu i , vrinciai. osmz
4Ktrv9A perdayl Agents van toll AUclat
vouneor old. make more money at work for u
In their spare moments, or all tne time, than at
anything cltf. Particular! freo.
aln'On A Co., Portland, ale
)Ve hfO,Bemoved;to our NEW STORE, on
Euclid Avenue, Corner
The LARGEST AND . HANDSOMEST Fur
niture ioiu in tne unitea states.
We Manufacture all the
Goods sold By us.
With 40 year's experience, we know' how. to
Our PRICES we guaraitee shall always be
found THE LOWEST.
afir-'Calland MourSEW STORE. hlh-.
uniuiiui uruuure or sou
Hart & Malone,
2 and 4 Euclid Avenue,
IB now Offering Great Bargains In BOOTS,
SHOES and LKATIIER. His stock Is
rge, bought at panic prices, and is now be
ing sold at corresponding' rates.
who want to
CAN DO SO
By buying your goods at
CherryholmeB' Cheap Store.
No. 2, National Bank Building,
38tf JIILLERSBDRG, O.
Bills Discounted and Collections
"llfntlo Prnn.ptTj- .
AT LOWEST RATES.
EXCTIAXOB BODGHT AND SoLD.
JOHN P. LAEIMEE
Family Groceries !
CIGAES AND TOBACCOS
OF ALL KINDS.
Highest Trice paid for Furs and Sheep relts.
rouiioes, jcans anu wuu x iuuutc
Agent for the
United States Tea
Forsch & Schafer,
mAVR nleisure In announcinr that they
have J list received a Very Large Stock or
Uoods in their line, to which the attention of
tne public is inviieu consisting oi
Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Syrups Spices,
Cheese, cream Tartar, vinegar,
Lemons, Flavoring Ex., Soda,
Oranges, Cocoanuti, Pick
les, Cove Oysters, Sar
dines, Nuts, Figs,
Cigars, Tobacco, Notions,
And everything usually kept in a Hilt-class
t!.r ami 1mvts!an Store.
WOODEN WABE, ETC:
Fresh Fish In their season.
Their Eating Saloon!
TrtDO. Jtc are served m In the most ftpproTed
ir pm in ma err ncsi wucra ujjkis,
manner, on short notice.
Such as Potatoes Meats, Plour, Flih, Bice,
Kept constantlr on hand at Lowest Market
Prices, and delivered free to any part of the
The Hlrhest Market Price oald for all kinds
oi trouuce, eitaer in oasnjK- srauc.
aiuiersuurg, April is, i9,. "u
NOTICE is herebv alven that the Co. Part,
nArakln hAretofhrA esl.tlnr nmler the llrin
nameof Albertson(tLommassou,has been this
day dissolved by mutual consent, The busi
ness 'will be carried on In the same place by
T, Loiumasson. ..
ITotice to Builders
"TK HAYS KOW IN STOCK
1 Car Load of Doors,
Best quality, very cheap.
I car load of Sash,
2 car loads of Wheeling Nails,
Cheaper than ever.
1 carload of Glass,
Locks, Hinges, Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, &c. , .
i carlbadofThree'River Pumps,
Cheaper than ever.
We are areata for the above roods and vtll
sell at manufacturer's pricey. -All goods war
A .FULL LINE OF
,&Call and See
HARPSTER, RTJDT & CO.
G. F. LANG,
INVITES your attention to his FULL
STOCK of crocerles and Provis
ions. Be always has the Best Flour m
Coffees, Sugars, Bice, Tea, Syrups, Molasses,
JfackercL Fish, Lime, Beans. Hams,
Hominy, Salt, Dried Apples and
Feaches, Raisins, Soaps,
Soda, Baking Powder, Cream Tartar, Cinna
mon. Cloves, Nutmegs, Pepper, Alspice,
Mnstard, Com Starch, Ginger,
Baker's best Chocolate,
Silver and Satin Gloss Starch, Pearl Starch
Matches, Essence or Coffee, Store Pol
ish, Shoe Brushes, Lamp Wick,
Lamp Chimneys, Plug
and fine - Cut
Clothes Pins, Candies, Smoking Tobacco, the
best live-cent Cigars In town, Twine.
Good Tea at S3 cents per pound.
Candle Wicklng, Candles.
Nuts of allilndj.
Soda, Pic Nic, Wine, Lemon, Butter and
Cream Crackers, Tubs. Pails, Wash
Boards, Baskets, Bath Brick,
Wool Twine, Clothes
Whitewash Brushes, Canned Peaches and
Tomatoes Sugar Corn, Blackberries,
Cove Oysters, Jigs, Lemons
and Oranges. Cheese,
In the Bakinz Line you will Snd this the
best place In town ror
Wheat, Rye and Craham
You will always and a nice assortment of
Fresh Cal(S3- r" she Cenfeetionery Line
we can't be excelled : always a Frash Stock
on hand. Call and see ns when in wantoi
anvthlnr moor line.- uoods delivered Freo
Of Charge when desired.
G. F. LANG.
Millersburg, O., June 10, 1874. Utr
iW. Jacob 1
- llai Just received a large stock jjf
I AMERICAN & SWISS
S In GOLD and SILYKTcSES. S
S- Gold and Sliver Charms In abas. ,
dance. A large assortment
S of Studs, Buttons, On .
X Gold andSltvcrltlngs,
v Gold Bracelets, line ;
W Gold Jewelry ,
S Charms, Silver Thimbles. Gold ;
si Pens, Spectacles, Nickel and
Plated Ware, Ac. We
tZ continue to sell Elgin
2 watches at fae-
Call and See our stock of Gow's, ;
$ before purchasing elsewhere.
Is to 100 per cent. saved
iy so dour, we ut
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