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HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN.
. v. una e. 3. ran, T. S. CZSSTSS21X. editors xxd rKOPEirroxs. MiLLEnsBCRO, 0., : : Nov. 24, 1870 HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN. Now is the Time to Subscribe HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN. Now is the Time to Subscribe FOR THE HOLMES CO. REPUBLICAN. FREE UNTIL JANUARY 1, 1871. "We this week offerspecial induce ments .to all who have not yet sub scribed for the Hoesies Cociot Ke runucAK. Any iicrson sendinjr us name and Post-Ofllcc address, with $2 enclosed, will. receive the Retch licax from the time of subscribing to January 1st, 1872. Or in other words free until January 1st, 1871. CLUBS. Any person sending us Six New Subscribers and $12,- will receive a copy fbee until January 1st, 1872. UNGRATEFUL. lieorgc Jbrancis irain, wno a short time since landed in Prance with the declared purpose of saving the Republic, and was the object of an ovation, disappeared a few days since. He has been found in his accustomed place of retirement, a jail; sent there by the French Provisional Government. Republics are ungrateful. NEW MEXICO AS A STATE. A delegation of prominent officials from the Territory of New Mex ico recently arrived in' "Washington to urge upon Congress the passage of an act admitting New Mexico as a State into the Union. They claim that the Territory has over one hun dred thousand (taxable inhabitants, and iB fully prepared for admission. They say that within a year after the Trans-Continental Railroad is completed, and connection made with the Kansas Pacific, the Terri tory will have' trebled its present population. A bill "for the admis sion of .tne Territory was introduced during the last session of Congress, and is,now in. committee. A similar bill for-Colorado will be given the preference. FIRE IN COSHOCTON. . On the' night of thelCth inst, in the town of Coshocton, a man of disreputable appearence came into the place, and unable .to find lodgings elsewhere, betook him self to a large stable belonging to Messrs. Bishop fc Triplet. During thenightfire from his pipe is sup posed to have communicated to inflammable material around, and the whole building was rapidly burned to the ground. A line stal lion worth $2,500 and a jack worth $500 perished. A few.charred hu mane boncs,found among the cinders next morning, were all that remapped of the involuntary incendiary. RESULT OF THE ELECTION IN MISSOURI. The St. Louis Democrat has an elaborate article showing that a ma jority of the Republicans of the State voted for Brown, and that more Republicans than Democrats voted for him. It claims that 65,- 000 Republicans voted for Brown and 55,000 for McClurg, and that 33,000 Democrats voted for Brown, and 5,000 for McClurg. The full registered strength of the Repub licans was 130,000 and that of the Democrats 73,000. Of this number, 10,000 Republicans and 30,000 Dem oerats did not vote for Governor. The Democrat further claims that the entire strength of the -Democrats in the State, including the dis franchised, can not' exceed 116,000, which would give the Republicans, if united, a clean majority of 14,000, and this majority will be largely in creased by immigration before an- otner- general election two years hence. EUROPEAN AFFAIRS. The war 'cloud continued .to grow darker and. darker i'n.Eartera Eu rope, until two or three days ago, when the cloud began to disappear. n rj.yj.i . ivussia uocs not wamr war, Dut is ready to put over 1,350,000 men in the field. Turkey cannotfight alone, andias.a weak cause, as well as i weak'armamcnt, having been a par ty to several infractions of the treaty which Russia wants to crack in just one. place. - England blusters, and is making energetic preparations for war. The Cabinet is divided, how ever; on' the war question, and pub lie sentiment is equally discordant Italy resolutely declines to join an Anti-Russian coalition, and refuses to have anything to -do" with "the matter. Austria is afraid to inter fere, and the other great powers cannot, or will not, take part against Prussia'. There seems now but little danger of hostilities. WON'T COUNT. Did an3rbody ever know of an elec tion anywhere since Buchanan went out of office, that the Democracy had not made great gains, according to the arithmetic of their veracious or gans? They are always gaining largety on the popular vote, but somehow are never benefitted by it in the official count Taking their newspaper reports for it, they have been gaining largely on Congress men all over the country for the last ten years, but for some reason or other, they have never yet been able to secure a majority in Congress. Strauge, isn,tit? The Republican majority in Kan sas will exceed 20,000. The Legis lature stands 108 Republicans, 10 Democrats and "5 Settlers' candidates. A Change of Route. Below we print several extracts from the Columbus Journal, con cerning the change of our railroad, running it to Columbus from Mt. Vernon, in place of Delaware. "We hope this project may be carried through successfully as that would by far be the most desirable point. The Journal of November 8th, says: A number of our prominent citi zens met at Dennison's" office to con fer with Judge Hurd, President of the Cleveland, Mt. v crnon fc Dela ware Hailroad Company, on the sub ject of the extension of his road from Mt. Vernon to Columbus. The Judge made an intelligent state ment of the condition of his Com pany and of the considerations mu tually favoring his enterprise and the citizens of Columbus for the construction. of the road to this city. The gentlemen present were satisfied that the amount of stock subscrip tion needed here, in addition to the liberal aid promised along the line, to insure the building of the road to this city, can be obtained from our business men and property holders and therefore encouraged the Judge to have the it surveyed immediately, which will be done. It is to be hoped that our citizens will promptly respond to the calls on them' for subscribing the needed amount of stock to insure the early commence ment and speedy completion of the road. The Journal in another issue has the following cheering article: NEW RAILWAY CONNECTION. Columbus can t complain or a lack of railways. With five inde pendent tracks and more than that number of roads centerinsr here, we arc well provided with outlets.Aorth, South, East and West And now comes the Millersburg, Mt Vernon fc Columbus Railway Company and offers us railway connection with the north-east This Company owns and has in successful operation a line or railway extending from Mil- lersburg through Orrville and Akron to Hudson. It is now constructing a line from Millersburg to" 3It Ver non, a distance of thirty-two miles, upwards of ten miles of which are already completed. This line it is proposed, shall be extended from Mt Vernon to Columbus, a distance of thirty-eight miles, making a con tinuous line of road from Hudson to Columbus of about one hundred and thirtymiles. .Instead of extending this road to Delaware as originally intended it is now proposed to bring it direct from Mt. Vernon to Colum bus. If this City subscribes the sum of one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars this desirable end will be accomplished. On Monday next a survey of the route from Mt Vernon to Columbus will commence under the direction of Mr. J. W. Seymour, a gentleman of tact' and energy, who has long been familiar with the country through which the proposed road is wpasa.. Tae'.gen- eral route of the road will be along the line of the partially graded Mtj ernon and Delaware railroad to Mt. Liberty, a distance of ten miles, thence across the Knox County line, two miles east of Centerburg to Hartford, Licking county, thence through Centervillc into Franklin County, passing about two miles east of Central College, and thence through Mimm township to Colum bus. This is a rich agricultural re gion which has hitherto had no rail way facilities whatever. Columbus would at once become the market for the southwestern part of Knox County, the western end or lacking, and the country intervening. Of course our Wholesale Houses will be interested in securing new ens tomers like Mt. Vernon,. Jlillcrsburg and other towns. J. he Hocking Valley railroad, it strikes us, will be more benefitted than any ot the ex isting roads, for the reason that this road will be equivalent to an exten sion of her own. Mt Vernon, which is engaging heavily in manufactu ring, needs the fuel which the Hock ing Valley can furnish. And this is true of other towns on the route. In brief, this new railroad is a first- class enterprise in the hands of first- class men. .Push it lorward. THE SITUATION. The dispatches bring news of two battles in which General Paladines has been engaged. It appears from the accounts of the World special correspondent at tours, that the French army, while threatening the front of the Germans near Toury, outflanked their right wing, and swept rapidly round to their rear. When this movement occurred we are not told, but on the 17th Pala dine's force was near Dreux, and was attacked by the' army under the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg, and compelled to fall back. According to the latest dispatches Paladines. probably re-enforced, has again gone into battle at the place where'he was" repulsed on the 17th. The fight be gan at 2 olclocki Friday afternoon, which resulted in a loss of several hundred on both sides. The situation to the south of Paris increases in interest, but nothing decisive has yet taken place. On Friday, the army of the Loire was reported thirty miles from Paris, The dispatches are confused and contradictory as to the exact posi tion of the several bodies of troops on cither side, ,hut ironv what we can gather from the dispatches, the French advance from the south has been checked, and that their whqle force has fallen back, cither to con centrate for an attempt in another direction, or to prevent being sur rounded by the Germans. It seems that the Germans are en deavoring to concentrate their forces so as to surround the French array of the Loire. The situation in .fans is repre sented as distressing. The fresh meats are about exhausted and the salt meats are reported not sufficient for a fortnight. The Prussians are said to be mak ing calculations to bombard the city about the time the provisionsare exhausted. The approach of the forces of Prince Frederick Charles threatened the rear of the French; the army of the Loire halted, and now is reported falling back with the apparent purpose of making a stand in the old position behind Orleans, The forces of the Duko of Mecklijnburg, have united with the Bavarians of Vonder Tann; the army of General MantcuiTcl, which was proceeding along the Belgian frontier towards the northern fortresses, has suddenly turned southward, and is marching to co-operate with the forces threat ening the Army of the Loire; and Prince Frederick Charles is taking direction that threatens to brin him out between the improvised seat of the French Government and the protecting army. The prospect decidedly discouraging-to France. The silence of the tomb has set tled on Paris. From it, as from the world beyond the grave, come whis pers at times purportins to reveal the condition of things, but in both cases the trustworthiness of these reports is purely a matter of faith, The last. rumor is of great dissatis faction, and a disposition to sur render. The movement towards the unifi cation of Germany progresses satis factorily. , Baden and Hesse- Darm stadt have agreed to enter the Con federation Wurtemburg has agreed to all but a few trifling details, and the scruples of Bavaria are fast van ishing. REPUBLICAN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT. MENT. It is refreshing to the friends public economy and honesty, and especially to tax-payers, to contrast the Democratic administration New York with the Republican ad ministration of the country. The Democracy of New York, which holds power by election frauds stupendous that the interference of Congress' became a necessity to pre 6erve the purity of the ballot and the presence of United States troops is now necessary to enforce the law, increased the taxes of the city from $10,000,000 to $24,000,000 in ten years, although the city increased only 10 per cent How this increase is possible may be seen from the one item of the salaries of Democratic officials which amount annually $5,429,000, while the salaries of Pres ident Grant and his cabinet amount to only $80,000. It is impossible, on the other hand to turn to the financial management of -the General Government by the Republican party, wilhout being gratified at almost every step. There will be difference of opinion as to land grants, as to tariff, and as to the policy of the administration up on m nor matters, but there can be but one impression as to the general financial management, and that must 'be emine.ijy favorable. was an incalculable advantage to the country to secure an administration which made economy and the root ing out of corruption the first pur pose in its policy. The effect of th.is is seen and felt in every direc tion, the economy of the adminis tration encouraging Congress to reduction of the taxes to the extent of $80,000,000. The last public debt statement shows that notwith standing this immense rcduction,the decrease in the debt' during Octo ber was over $5,000,000, and for the eight months since the 1st of March, over .$96,500,000. The whole de crease sine the Grant administra tion came into power is.over $183. uuu.uuu. ox should Dc borne in mind that this great reduction was made without any increase in the taxes, but on the contrary with a decrease of $80,000,000. Compar ing the expenditures of the present with the last administration, shows a saving of .$180,000,000 to the people. These are the direct results, but besides these the effect upon the general prosperity of the country and upon American credit abroad has been very great. The reduction in the price of gold alone since Grant's advent and gold sales has put into the pockets of the people over $100,000,000 by the mere appro ciation of the currency. The latest despatches from abroad state that the bonds. of the United States con tinue to rise In foreign markets, and are expected to rise until they sell at par. This is the logic of facts and it is irresistible, Wc are satisfied that the honesty and economy of the administration, that its admirable and satisfactory financial manage ment, gives it more strength with the people than anything else in its policy. Contrasting it with the cor ruption of the Democracy' where they have the power,as in New York, makes it especially conspicuous,and the Republican party has only to continue thus faithful to the inter ests of the people to continue in power. Toledo, Blade. . The Democracy of Wayne county have taken steps to erect a large Wigwam in which to com memorate the 8th of January in grand style. All right, bovs, go in, The Republican majority in the Senate of the Forty-second Congress will be relatively much larger than that in tl)p House, In the Spnate there will be seventy-four members, and of these, at least fifty-flye will be Republicans. The Western Democracy are losing faith in the "Pendleton Greenback" pqlipy, and we may con fidently hope that the question wil not again trouble a national political campaign. The honest financial policy of President Grant's admin istration has so brought down the premium oh gold and brought near the day of specie payments, that the shrewd Democrats perceive that their plan will no longer please the people, and they abandon it. For this good work let Gen. Grant have the credit. Thp Register of the Treasury has made his annual report. He urges the adoption of reform in the civil service, and discusses the decadence of American shipping, opposing the admission of foreign ships to Amer ican register, The drought around Dayton is so great that streams and wells are dried up and the stock is suffering. 1 A SOLID SILVER ISLAND. A Whole Island of Silver on the North A Whole Island of Silver on the North Shore of Lake Superior--Millions Being A Whole Island of Silver on the North Shore of Lake Superior--Millions Being Taken Out--The Most Remarkable A Whole Island of Silver on the North Shore of Lake Superior--Millions Being Taken Out--The Most Remarkable Discovery of the Age. From the Duluth Minnesotian, Oct. 29th. We have before alluded to the Mlver island of the north sho'-e on iiKe superior, in the .British pos- cnccinnc i .1 of Itnls-kn- Tim r rl or- On no nH en fifwn m;iBa Wnnl Tr4 William. The island.is quije small in dimensions say 100 feet by 40 and the most of it is submerged at " , I. .4. ii t. ii-J lb uuuui. L'i"Ub iireb auuic iuu unit i level. Thfi island was entered by the Montreal Mining Company as a - nnn Ann trace emuracimr lua.uuu acres, anu . , . I was suosequentiy purcnaseu 01 tnem Portage Lake and superintendent Ol " himself and associates, including himself and associates, includin among them, Major Sibley, of New iork, a brother, we think ot (jren Sibley of St. Paul. The Montreal Mining Company first made the discovery that the island contained silver, and by their agents sunk a shaft on the island; but they knew nothing about min ing, aad the water coining in upon them, further working of their mine was abandoned as useless. It was only this last summer that Cant. F. and Ins company completed tneir bargain with the Montreal company ior uie lsiana, anu secured it iy paying or agreeing to pay $ 2uu,ouo for the entire 108,000 acres. They went immcd lately to work at improv ing the mine. Their first step was to surround the island with cribs of timber, filled witli stone, to serve as a oreakwater anu ice-ureaker: anu within these cribs a cofferdam was b jilt, and filled with clay, having the enecc oi maKing me wnoic interior iicunj nain-uau, iiuwiuuiuuusiuuui fpl . A . . . . I XUU uesi Step ATas IO bCl, up UVU large syphon pumps worked by steam .d1. . 1 . . . .1 by WhlCh the inslGC Was pumped dry, or nearly so, and it has since been found that a very little work- ing of the pumps daily keeps the laiiu .oear oi n aier enureiy. llienihey went tO Work laying bare the vein; and now have expos- seventy feet in length, and find it w uu u uuc iiasuiu eiu, ui &neri matrix hoino iilpnrinns annr witlt I ua got .en oui, six men took out $35,- 000 worth of silver in four days.and some little quartz intermixed. The vent is eight feet wide, and eye-witnesses from there state for one quar ter of this width it wi.I average sev enty per cent, of pure silver. On the first trial, after the water up to the latest accounts the work- "UO at dUUUb tills 1 i.tu. I AUvnnl. i,,ih o,i fMnt. T UU..U ..11 lVl.V .1 , . . .. i, mree Darre.s 01 native silver, saui to he worth $75,000. to $100.000. r m nu.,u ru,UUv, u nave Deen ShinneU. The yield Ol .1. .i ... j- the mine, computed by the ton, is not less than a dollar to the pound. The mine employs now about forty men, ana the Company will increase their lorcc immediately. Thr- "rornlfrr" rmifl nn tli!a tn tliol English Government is Quite small nnr.fvppwlintrnno.twv.nfinth ..& - I witnesses of mteligence, judgment and experience report that Capt. Frew will orobably take out of sil- ver, up to the opening of navigation next spring, i.-om $i,uuu,uuu to .f 3,- uuu.uuu in money vaiue: ne steamer Meteor con- veyed down the lakes on her trin i,nft,m loct- o.... i,. rels of silver. This Silver Island is no humbur. but an .ictn.il hnnn flde aifair, in which the most won- dcrful results have alrer.dv been ob taincu, anu an uias lair 10 maKe it in y:e!d and richness the most re markable mining discovery in this ,uu .nmaaj jears. omemass- esof suverwentdownontheJeeor 1A ..a . I 5 A . T i part of the island vein, say two of the eight feet in width, is wonder fully rich,and it is from this portion that the large silver masses arc ex- tracted. Other rich mines of silver are reported as having been found on me mam norm snore in the range oi tue suver island, and Capt. Hodson, of Portage Lake.has gone East to organize a company to Starvation in Paris--Eating a Menagerie. , lamine wuicn tnreaLens jrans says ; ., . , -.-r ... ,4.1 . ' . "v. furnished than the London telearam of the 12th, which announced that the Parisians besran on the 7th in- stant to. slaughter and eat the flesh of the different animals in the .Tar- din des Plantes. It was added th.it the meat rates high in the market. Yak sold at thirty francs per pound, The monfcevs were to be killed nnri eaten during the nest ensuing week." Long before the war scientific men in Pans had succeeded in popular- izing horse meat as an article, of n But none of them had dream.- food. edoftho approaching necessity of recommending yak, or anything eise to dc louna ati-aris oniym the menagerie of the Jardin des Plantes. This menagerie is indeed abund- antly supplied with animals. It is one of the most extensive in the I world. Established in .1794, it has become an important addition to the attractions ol the liarden, which it- Qnlf rlotoa frnm rlin rolirn nf Tntila I k . ' v. 1 11 11 1 .1 XII. The various comnartments of . A'nnL'a nrl- onnlA nrf 1.- been more crowded with animal and life. Here are all kinds of J1trr s-v.nnQ n...r,i HV UV J t, vvwv W .. V4 U!,JUill,i3, alligators, lizards, boa constrictors, buffaloes, lions, bears, ciepitants; pamois, cameippards, h-enas, ,jan- tiiers, uengai tigers and innumera- of peace the visitor was directed to apply to M. le Dirccteur du Jardin des Plantes for a ticket to witness r"V," s V "X ' UUkUUW that dire war has reduced tho Paris- iaus to ieedupontuem, a ditierentlv worded ticket will be required. No doubt Parisian cookery will be equal to the emergencies, but tlie Parisian restaurants win need strange bills of fare. The Commissioner' of Customs 1 mi . .1 iimhucu u.Biepuru iuecostoi .iiliUU,uuiu.i.KS,m.Si,tuereuuc- u or AJ l'er nave TA ., V ..aiw-o.ai, anu mere .vm ou no ucucicncy. up rhc report of the Secretary of the Navy will he finished in a few days, the He urges an increase in the number of ships, He thinks the present na- vy inadequate and the vessels too (nit nnri In nftliinii t m i.nnc.lvii.tltnn I .1. 11 Mill. .1.1.1111.11.1111 11. V.Ulli9kl UlblUll. A heavy snow storm set in at cd JNcw lorlcon batnrday. The snow as four'inches deep at Altona on ,itc, Saturdaj- morning, In the after noon it was snowing at Harrishiircr and I'liuadciphia. Tho intnrnnl rnvniiiin riwinfn fur the lisr-il vnr in ilntn n.nnimt ir, 7nrni UI ' date, amount to tor, M. Trcllliard has roeoivnd n noli. licatioi, of his appointment as Min- 1 this NEWS ITEMS. The President has commenced to prepare his aunual message Vice stings us in our pleasures, but virtue consoles us even in our pains. In n:s twenlv-four works Dickens introduces us to 1,425 psrsons. I What was the first bet made? The "(pAo-bct. Vermont has a man with a beard seven feet long. It is said that Pullman is to intro- . . . duce hls V cars ,n Eu-l)e- Two of the largest Boston inillin- lit 1 , . . I ery nouses employ none out maie - - I worinnen. rvKfi:., ,. ),. noo ,,lnV,tlir lmrp boino- covered by the root, J Hon. Asa Packer's income from tuc uuigu vauej ivauroau is saui iu De ifdUU npr ciav. . t- correspondent States that acorns m (Jaluornia are as lane as liorse chestnuts. Great hoaxes from little acorns "row. A citizen of Itichmond, IncL, caught two tons of turtles till, jmiL, tlie ohcr I n t- inciiln flm firtfrmfoMi-m llmilc I mi rr . y rr- v . i I ne Jieraia or iieaiui tiecia.es that sleep after dinner is unhealthy, anci that a ten minutes' doze before eating is just tne tiling. Mayne Reid is said to have lost $15,000 by his magazine Onward. It not only went onward,bnt upward, auu luUK "uu "llu wr I HOW The Bavarian mitrailleuse fire turee Hundred anu sixty bullets a minute. They can hit fatally at two thousand paces distance, tt. m;-i, r he Atlantic gave her $500 for the rt... T?l,,' TTnmlvt "1 1 "11 v I - - i, ,i-i ri.i,. -: . l'J r t r m t- I -ur. -I. iajior, Ol iiagrange Intl., a short lime since inaUvertcnay leaned against a buzz saw m full motion, and was instantly killed. - The number of emigrants arnv- inn- nt W Vnrt- .1iir;n-r th .nnr. We? ending Scnlcmber 30.h, was 51, ed 107 nr whnm'oo ITS trerR-innWnnrf 22 022 females, ' .tin .cug.isu cruic ucscnues xiaiv tnorn's "i.n5lish Isote Uooks as two volumes of prejudice tempered by a love ofnntiouii-y." A voice from "WTxiliinortnii TatI. . .. . 1 rorv says. "enu us Wivps. ' nntlun-UwT. happy Benedicts in the East respond, J "Take Ours." J??L-jL$3&5 I The other dartwo vonnr jrirls of ... j - mf a a y- 1 . ... T . Carhnville, Illinois, ,1rl. .!,. ,,1 , . ,1 nr ifikpn Tnrnor nmu nnn mnr nnri : l" V'"1 wo u.aP5- x't , - - n,.- : . --"""""" i. ins to 10m thebonsof Temnerance. ingtojom tneoonsoi leniperance. A number of officials from Hew Mexico are in Washington to urge the passage of a bill admitting that Territory as a state. chencK says he will not contest Campbell's elcction,but,if itisaone, :n 1 .i 1... t c i.: lk " uuu" u -) ""-i"1""""0,"1 "lo u'D1,lltl- Susan B. Anthony savs: "ilar- riage is a fearful tiling." What does she know about it, anyhow? A man who had a scolding wife, ,.& , . , .,, ,? replied mat he "Kept a noc nouse. "C-c-can th-that n-p-parrot t.-t-ialk? ennnired a stutteiin? man of.a German. "Suppose he no caa talk so much better as dat you talk i cnop ne neao on, was me rcpiy. a facetious boy. ..j am your father." tlTrrn f, ii.tn "Remember who you are talking to, sir," said an indignant parent to tv uii, nuua iu uiaum iui biiui., saidtheyouiigimpcrtincnce,"'tain't J 1 Why was Jonah,in the fish's belly, like a fashionable young lady? Be-1 cause he had more of the whalebone about him than was good for lum, A moon struck youth of Harrison counts', Indiana, voted half a sheet egar-colored hair within, instead of the regular ticket,at-the last election 111 Michigan the itcpuoncans nave matte a mean uticuiut. io cauuuc iuu i " cT.oii Ul l.l 1 1 L 11.1 1. I'll 141 .111 ..-.mil mil. ivhere his washincr is done. ' borne Utica people, passing over Lyon Creek bridge, were handsomely entertained, a few days, ago, by a crazy man, who offered to show them Something they had never seen He proved himself as good as his pro! by taking one or ,two good swings on me wires anu iuen .urop- ping some 1G0 feet. The city paid lor "is interment. The last thing in head-dresses is mmngi. of lnoa fJoUaW tnhoa fiiipfi -n-iti, pWtrir- ravs. emnnntino- i from a sman galvanic battery set' in the chignon. Such extravagance is "shockin"-." n" A fellow in Evansvillc, the other day, borrowed money of a .girl to whom he was engaged, in order to pay for a marriage license, and cx- pended the money in procuring a li- cense to, marry another woman t r t. , 1 .... oracc weel.eJ l.enlcs compnciry WU1CI1 IllSnamCIlI r to aflinaibr supplying thePres reptile ldrc nd Generals bherraan and McClellan with books and mathe- , . , i . I mlcal instilments, x.-maps trie other names mentioned were equally Somebody savs that tho sivinir of amonnt to milch,, for none of them would admit they were old enough to vote until they were too old to tike any interest in politics, " Tennessee nas a unnd nejrress. eighteen years old, who does not know a single note, and cannot spell simplest word, yet eaii play the most ditlicuit piece ot music after once hearing it. If "Blind Tom" does not mam- that girl we shall be surprised An icebriated individual fell uiown a fligllt of stairs the othcr night ancl apasscr.-j.. feariuf seriously injured, ran to pick him Unt the raan lnaicstica"iiv stair- gcred to his feet, and m response to proffered aid roared out: "Now, youjes let lone. Wan' no sloubcrin ronm me, I aUus come down stairs way," I11. ., jiii extensive snow sionn prevail- Saturday cveninjr.extcndin'r from Denver, Colorado, south to bantcl-e. Yesterday the weather was nioder- and the siow melting rapidly. lUanks. Warranty Deeds with and without nowr clause, Mortgages, sniftlu ami double, Quit Claim DeeiN, Ailmlnistra-!f7U,olH,-l.il). ESoeutoi- and Guardian Deeds, c'mt'i'1 Mortgages Stiminon, Snlipti- SSSfi olllce. tl. t-. i i csiern corn husks have eiven large numbers of hors a disease called the 'inad itch." New Advertisements. JOHN 31. ROBINSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 3IILLEKSBUEG. O. THE PICTORIAL Phrenologic.il Journal A FIUST CLASS Family Ma5a2a.no -Tm bCIEJ-XEOF iliX." anil bi r-.inTnrc. meni, "jv- a'l the. meaas Indicated by SciExcr, -iiui.iUL.uti x iiie urain ara us Fuuc- tio-js: 'Jie Location and Xatu'al Lajiraaire of ji ruem -1 anca toaubl?. 'tinS-be tw? MiiS feS PHYSIOGNOMY with all the "Sizns of Character, and How to Itead Them," is a spec- , , 1 u iu iit.au iiicui, is ii un; Meure. MIIMIIIICV nr flirt Vot.'-nl TI cfAn ftfl 3ian, customs. Keiicions and Modes or lAio in u,,f,rf--,SPJaDi?ai10n.wm.bc'rlven- aj1! E.un:Jions of the Human Body; the Laws structure of Life and Health What wc should Eat and urine, now we should be Clothed, and How to Exercise. Ween n.lfl t.iriv in icivirflfln..with Ig'ini?..rrjSl'-,ies- . t. ... u;auing : icn and women of the wo-ld. In all " .r.r '. "h'.""- ,in-ci'; ;li!'utV 1'a.eu.s and Teachers. Vb& luitlcin Kiln. has no supe ior, a it points out all the pecnli- ;"V""' "r vujmmon.naim. possible but e.-y. fo.is pro s-ia-ed .o make this the mostintcrcst in j and dc.s government and claViFcation not oily Ttnll)t lull- - I Much enerii ami r,,i i.r,irm ,i, le.-din,--.ODicsor thodar s riV " n7l . - , r. v.. : i in - a.ul i s.rnc.ive ,s well as the best Pico- 'IfM-s, ... fill VnllliriP. Thn 'n m wn.n lrlie'ng.L llLrinr.i.Pl in fYn llnr '.n'.n.nt. i-ntMlf lk o -a uiaii uti 1 .1 a.1 nn.l ..- I ilj-inc.c.-scd in faro. Hirr."ns.:ioinuy yOrsit wu puuiiMK-ii, ari was never more popu- Terms. Mon.idy,-at jayc.-r, in advance. li1,n-I!!!,S'sf2.ce.nii- l'" a r tcn ormoro ..id an ext. a conv Lo a .en.- I iiiuwc i. icuu lur saui'Htt nnmner. vuj new i-icur.ai j-oser amt prospcc.us, s.ul acorn- r r l I Auuress, .S. II WKf.LS, Publisher. 3S9 Kroadwav, . v. Forty-First Year. GODEY'S' LADY'S ' BOOK For 1871. The Cheapest of Ladies' Magazines BECAUSE IT IS THE BEST. it has alwnvs been the r.-pnorthB -mhHshcr icombiaein'its es whatever is ns'efuL ele- vaiur. jrre. aic iiiec. at. vi..uous i.l scnu. mejt. w.ili wjive. myvifforc rational ajd to eomMae!n' .,eAvIiatTer is useful, ele iiinoceniajinsemcjt. Fo. itsLi.e;arvlJena.t mc.. a 3,-s, yca.s, .tjo Eesc w-.iic.s in tie llte.arrwOiiu have coDLii.t;i.e(L am. will con- tinue iofn.ailiariiclefo.-.lievcarl871. Such na-cs as "5I: a 5 emb.c-'iileiT. ur.ir.nfli jinsic-MinntT's ii flRnnrnirfl. i,i.n.!...i -;.-i;; . .f a;c5rV , , , ', XJOUJi. !. '-yi lessons. .in ihs wc are aso alone. Ma. ion narl'ml, IroChuichiU, Louise S. Doir, JMca Victoria Fisher, 3. Annie Frost. M.S. Dennison. ii.s. C A . Hopciaso a and Others. Cannot "jc found on the. Prospectus of any other Beautiful Steel P2ates, Of Viese the Lady's Booe contain? fourlren each year, sr cio. we challenge coimarlsoj to anv nr jJIslied inZhU count, v. eiJierJn hooi. Colored Fashion - Plates I Have a reputation for eo ectaess the world ). T-,1 .1.. ., .-),.-,- . II I . I l!nl.r' I.trltn. 1!. P.....!. ...n... . . - -......vw.l.u ....,1.. .... ject.ior tne uom.oir, u-sery, Kitcacn-iiouse t eV. xyteui.nS..avlngs.-'n.is is a scrips of en. Bn,,;agiuai, iioone nas auempteaout our. seiie?.- "oy fctvejr.eat saasraction. iju-es'iTncy io.i lie a".tmcnL- aesigasij tmsi (epa..inent are colon, in aE.yle unequallcC Tonns for- X87X. - One Copy, o.-e year, $3 00 Two Copies, one vea G 00 Thiee to lies, one yee, . ....... 50 1; our i;op es, o-c rea.', 10 CO j: lve ccp.es, one year, a.m an exira 14 CD Ct?iS5?J ; p.intedin ccpy to tde jiyrson t,ett'ns up tho ituwi mniu ; ajji. cv lies. E.gnt Copies, oap yerrt-r.'den eslra copv to the peiso 1 KCitint: up ihe cli'b, maki g twelve copies, 51 00 x.ieviu uopie,oneyer-, anc auext,a copy to tlie .ic.sou ge.iLii; up the cluo, mtj.'j twe.ve colics. 27 CO "JgyL'S Cortey's Lady's Book nndlla'-ncr s Magazine ill be sent one ycrr oi receipt of ?3 ;9. Gode fs Ladv's l!ook p u ,wii,r-' TLm. Magrzine will lic sentonc yea.oa receiptof 4; ma-e;o clubs at c.vo.eics. esr-canada subscribe rsmrst sendet rents nook md riniier's Maiazi ie, and iscc.tsfor "'i'" er.iieothcril;gezincs,topayAme.icaa wotoP.emiL iareml.tingbyjinii, arost a ..R ,0 tbe'orueVoi ' il a. coder is n cfo ibli i. nr. nl.ln I aj uaiiKnu.es. .1 a urait Or Dust-otncfl nrrier cannot le piocnied, send United Suites orXa- iiunai iiaK J0CS. Auorcss I . A. COrjEY. N. E. CornerSirth & Chestnut St.riiila?elphia. Great Attraction; ' .lit. .Vf yr,7 ' 7 H.i AT TIIE OLD RELIABLE! :J. L. HAYEKS, HAS JUST-nECEIVED. and Well Stock of Selected J, sj U U Jj S . Heavy Yard Wide Muslin, d. in I n i. i i i - i uia. pur iciru. Nice Red Flannel. 25 cts.l per Yard. Cood Calico, lOcts.peryd. Boulevarde Skirts, Late Style, only $2. Nice Shawls, 50 cents. Kid Cloves, SO cts. a pair. 200 yard Spool Cotton, only 0 cents. Large Assortment of Pais ley Shawls. Finest Stock of Plaids in I Town. 25 cts. to SI.50I por yard. Boots & Shoes, HATS, CAPS C PUliS. Sept. 2J. 1870. In all Wa incua times latest Hearth and Home ! ISSUED WEEKLY. A Large, Beautiful, Highlj- Illustrated ami very valuable journal, of 16 paseS full of Ke. liable, InilructiTe, and Intercstius Readin: Matter, Xews and ili.-ccranv; Just suited io Jlan, Woman and Child in Ainerica-whetaer lirins in City or Country. omo, Which has been pu'-chased by OEAXGE JCDD 4 COMPANY, will herea-ler be issued from their Gicat Publishing House, 215 B-oadway, X. Y. The same energy, and entcror"se, and carciuincss to secure rcliabi'ny ia every de- h,as E. terizcd the aml eircn " a namc. anu lamc and a circulation several times greater than that of any other Rural Journal in the world, win im 11 A n,L.-.i ' - - " ' '""'"- A Xcw" volume, ! mt , will commence January 1,1871, with the -FALL Price reduced from fl to (3 a year. Terms: OXE COPY. One Year, . . -.saoo r juh COPIES, One Year, . S.'Scach. Ttji or more Copies, ', SJOcach. . W AEHES'S Warrior's: PHn Pp'mnHv Iiastntm. fn! JS f"? e!Wffr!&S2mT - i.uiti-, u, ui'.ivuiK IIIVN I Laofc whoa.caflljctecUhorld immediately call .1 ""r OrugglSt .-Jld get l.AEXIK-S JitS i.r.jir.1" i . ii s exiuerfiv lOrtne l'lirvx -imi ic noWcconnncDCedtocu.-eanyoihc ilcase. It ears standing. j,- (d rrr'r.ntaS ?23ft?J5&2LJ! BB9MKnBH TXCDTTIC T A 7 Warner's Dyspepsia Tonic is prepared "r655!-. -'or .l:.5',ei,,!cs "' t'"-0 suffe-ing with naliitii.il Cn 'riiii. iTiir .ii-. i. M.m .rpns tup .nma . n, w. ges.ivco.gans to tlci iie.-lthv stete. Wert. - . , W3ll I'li liOlH(l I'sU 1) AK- For sale by Irug- son ntrv power h possesses : im.Tieulr e-.v leliev- in;, anu eventrally ci': ij, .he jot obst!uate tiiji.-, u. iui (.as, v,oic.s.iM:.e inroa;, i-io.icj:tis Influenza. Cata h. Jloarsenou. e .n.i v":'""-'.-?u " rime! ucreu-Dle. af.tmv. A"ic -cl,e- a3 ce 'a-J effects inaUtae Warners Cough Balsam is hcalins, inealng ant" ojepectoratin j. 1 lie exiraord:-1 NEr.'S DVSFErSIA - O-.IC. iists. IMccO.ie Poliar. Cough No More. Eroro?sai. mo,t eeses one .t tir w 7w .ilrl.s., in 1. V,... ' ".VVi J , JOB -f - .BJ. 1 llll- UUG XUllil.. I" " izurl?a ,au" :l J ou sl"l cough ana su." fe.. Tje Balsam will ci're. Wine of Life- a., u- I Thecrcat Etcotl Inri,1e.jini1 nn1fi.inna Hn.t yyarne;'s Vinum ViUe: or Wina of m 1 . u , - -u.w.1111 s uxu, r im- ml pu-itics, bei j j.c 3.V ea for t iose who reqnire I aicl.. tLnula.lt. J.fsr.s ilpnr;r .'iinnl,...n,i . r.. the flies, .h'njj t'newo.ir- i.brburi.'Viii-: -ie oon.. It is jc .at oeas it a.'d aclicious m-riRevp ntVeer .ft i .a nKlt. : I to irauc- wji ' tiiae, b!.:e:s, ov aiiy"oicr w" -"-- . ..mull Jia-iuj uillluiUJ MlT.J.O-l Mi ?."-? Torn., or old. can take the W.jeof L!.c ..is, ia.act. n Ufenrcse vc.. c e. ucore in use. li is sola by i:.-u 0.s : a,so I - - i"-i wi mujuiu. i ncc uje jjoiir 111 l . . rb trn.i - Emmenasfoorn . Warner's Emmenasu&un 1.. cticle sjovi to cu.c .he Whites, (JSwr'cr- e iicvcycase.) Vihe eisthofamilr ui wj.ca th s i jpcr.rntmct icije Is no,. wanted? Jlotn ?.s tu:is,ae ...eateit bl-ssins- evp-. n.Tn.n.i you. a id you sjior-ld Lnmoiliatelvviij-dctro its It 1 cle ,Gr reinaie iiresfla.ict. th?'non,t."'Tnowhrs bee 1 obt.ucicd .hror-h comIo. dlsea-c. Sold iiy dru-iiists. Pi ceoSe u-ia.r "rten.Dymauoni-eceiptorOneDo:- Add.ess 619 State St. Chicoe. III. ' 13yl ' Neycr Mind the Blow and What They Sar!v BUT BEFORE YOU BUY TOUU I I r Dr? Goods! lTotionsa Crockery5, Gr oceries! I f In 'feci. &ci CALL AT THE STORE OF E. KOCH,Jr, Mdlersburij, --OJ,"- And G to I My I i Goods, look at the Quality, and inquire his Trices. G O TO Jh. ilOCjIl, JrrS ' .sZeJ hisImiriense.' Stock- ''Itlons, A I At I stock Cali ; I to BEFORE YOU. SELL YOUR ; LA!, St i ani iXQUinn ins ruicus A lunr Sir I rilHK I L row lead acres , 1 COJli: AXJ) LOOK A2TJ) SA VJ3 JlOJfJSY; lilf Paper Collars, Paper Cuffs, Paper Bosoms. iiumliers, .tyles Scconstanlly on luuuL Intend to inaVetIiI.1ir.nni.li.ifiiiti.fitw. specialty, and If kecpinit up wllUtho Mill lusuiciurccn, we. will win it. (ienU Will llHvilVtl dtitl mi mil. .Ii.tl i Ilti. and best stylo of Collars At the I1O01C STOKE. MIllCMlmrg, Anj;. 19, lSTu. . lmi of or l!y i i-it-mumo lritm niei'iliijr inrii Jnst Fresh Arrival iVm Goods at JieduCed'Priceg. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Of Corn Oats and Wheat, and with that comes a large and extcnsiTO stock of new loo o r crops t :1b J. E. KOCH, Jr., MILLERSBURC, O. r&SSSlJS .i ,. . , . v.. -v v4..71 - ?isi'&8.;0SlsJ:vcrP1;redia this market; Stapo a.xx3. Fvncy -' . r -ir.-i: iCOpDS a jiagntficext stock or ladies'. JDress -rGppdSfy Clotlis, Cassimores,. , - L . t , r stoct of Sos 18 complete. Vc have also a iaiu aiuc ui Which will be sold Terr-chcap-Theso goods " . '"'-".'"T? TO-rr-nl f."" ui.i;iiuu.Bu ui i.iisi.11 aj exriaii itv, wa.rr.ntcd vo tion of my stock and -prices. No 'rtoubl show poot's. Yoa will always And polite. aCCOmmnd.ltinr Cfllncmfln nnNianl fVmnv ie5S rnd nioi.o Shor: Prollis and Qrick Sales, with a pr:chain elsewhere, as I cm n.-ena-ef' r-.: determined to ilvo Uarpilns to Cas j Bnye.-s. - ...ft.;i. fiiic paiu ivr uii mus Country l"iuuce. Millersburir, 1S70. 01 ' . fi.TOTi r KJTL H, 1 1 1 1 rjid of J.E. KOCH, Jr. , . .i Opening .(i'ifF.I: if NEW GOOUS, ros TIIE Fl k 111 OC IMC -iA. ! OF AT 11 -3B., J. MULVANE'S NO. I COMMERCIAL BLOCK. mc Largest, Latest and Cheapest Arrival of JVeto Goods! TT HAVE just returned from the East, where JLIhavo rarchesed vho larges. and most a.-I iraciive asso.tment or Ever broutht to this martp which will h Icvtu ui iuvu s,-ti ui&iy ww ncc. ine.fi no merciip.nt wno purcnaseH cailicrSn the season 3Iy stock of ffootls consist-; or a fall and com pieie assortmjqnc 01 ocir ana fle'antj j FA2TCY DIIIISS GOODS 1 f aTsplexdIdlotop! T v i is A. nit i - 'W bim V rcncii Merinos, JZmpress Cloths, in an eclors ana at prices to suit all.- .a -7-.- -,, ., ..- i.V .V jjiimezvt-u touts. . . t Mailen Cloths, Black Alpacas, Brocade Alpacas, rT Poplins; , ,1,'! n' All Wool Tlcps, - ' -' 1 Blaids, Cc. PLAID DEESS 111 all styles and at Iowesl turn .' I'; in 3t VI out, thl ricesl 'rholatcsff Satine de India Dress Goods. . '.Jallanageeljem;. ,.-. Good Jlnshn, 1 yard wide, 9c. per yd. ood Ticking, 12 c- per yd. Elaekv Silks. ThOlarcCSt lot of Elaclc Silts rrnrtimm! this market, at prices that will astonish joo. JAPANESE SILKS, all Colors. -Dxress Trimming'. assortment' of Drcsi Trimmings is now complete, ami far ahead of anTtninjr' eTer 'imifc.iu. i i-ii inarKet; xron e jau locau anu cxamme mem. SHAWLS ! SlfAWLS ! ! j AlarKclotofraisiey Shawls, Flaiil Shawla. fcClSl'onlder.sha-nla, snot Shawls, of all liescrip ...... at the lowotlivins prices. BLANKETS. large lot of "Woolen Blankets at Jl per pair. Carpets. Caipets. Carj)ets. will sell Brussels Carpet at a) cents a yanL BOOTS, SHOES AND CAITERS. ono-liaifless profit than can bc.bought clse- ttiiere. Cloths and Cassimeres. still have, as usual, the lartrest anil best I of Cloths anil Cassimeres in the market. I anil examine them anil be convinced that I have the most coniulete stoct. ujr. rturicesl low inac yuu wui no. laii iiipurcuase. I First Qttecnsicarc- and otr Groceries Cheap. J. MULVANE. The and Lot for Sale. P Evcv c-iui IlblHE'OF SIX nooili KOndVeil. s;a i! bier Ac. Txit contains iOaeres mn.-e hr V. I acrvs (iniuer, an untie." lence: auiouii" I lloneivell Church in Itipley Towushlji, llolmes I Louncy, u. lor turther particulars enquire of JOHK IICCLUUE. Farm fbi? Sale., umlersitfneil offer forsale tho valuable farm known as the Clanev farm, sifn.nnsl I miNuee of -jiiiienjMu-cnn the ixwd nirto XaOiv lie. Said farm rnutaliw .111 I nril improvcil. with oud imildiugs, well I ........... WV.,,....UWN,.. .- . . erms I'asv. For1 fitrther'iMirtrr'nlar?; tnWulre 1 Tin John Vhilllps.llreiiiilewestufIillersliurs, Mephen l'j en, on the farm. Table Oct.lH,It,-0,-'.iin3' JAMlis CUVSUY. Tin E m OU.T1IK MYSTK111KS OK MOl:MAXIM J. II. llllKOl.a Kdltor oT the alt I--l.e AV;iv.vlcinjr an K.pisi-of taeirMretUites, iiiiii crimes, wun a lull anil auinen tie hMnry of rolyvamr and the Mormon ect. itsoriffiu totlionrieiittiiue. Ahentsaxe with urpnTcilenteil succcns; on re- iuj suii-.criovrin louruays, anuiiH-r il lu tnoilais bend or circular. Addn-XA-TIOXAL ITIIUSIH.NO CO., Cincinnati, O, St "Wall Paper, Winclo-v Shades;, New and ileslrahlc paterns in both. recelvril at the BOOK STORE. AU.!M,lS7i. im4 And Tho IWt AUll latest Great Attraction NOW IS THE TIME- To" Save Moneys KETF.GOODS. ''T.I.T (. . i CHEAP GOODS. STTLISH-, GOODS; .1 -: 1 SrMARX;&:BRO: -li. '.1 . AT..TIIE XJnited. States - 'Clothing Store 'Have just received a large stock of . .- .3ii - Fall asrWiiitsr ; t- which they offer at: !-. , YJBR TZOW PRICES . JUST TIIE PIACE TO GET GOOD GOODS UflEAP ! Ton wUl find a full assortment of j Ready-Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, ' , Cents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises, Satchels, Umbrellas, &c. theph urt House." S.cMARXr&BRO. MiUcrsburff, SeDt. 1870. ltf EXCELSIOR STOVE T H Ml VOORHES & HUDSON. The Only Reliable Store to Buy the Best and Cheapest Stoves - In the Market. Their stock is all new and of the latest anil mo-t improved patterns. iron Kmm. I'remiiim at Ohio State Fair. 1SG9 and 1ST0, as tho best stove for wood-or eoal.- NEW WORLD!. largest andTiest'vfooieook store madeT .i.io-)ii JR. e s i d e jVT: The largest and bcst'clevated oven "mule. variety of HEATIN'l. AXI) TAKLOK i-siuaiie. -VU toeswarrntei. flCitchen Hardware ku uiuuwiuu .. mm .... v & . -'TXTrinclon TXTam 1 m IWooaPnmps, Grate Pronts, ana Copger Ware. ClltlerV. """"yi Hoofing and Spoutins 5i all JOIt wouir ... best workmeu an- always employed. - fall to call before purchasing;, at tho EXCELSIOR STOVE STORE CTSintnn t'inti..rAt tt ti .11 n...'..r tl.. pattern auiUold at tho lownTnles. One Door West of Umpir&Tottte; VOORHES & HUDSON,