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Holmes County Republican.
IiO o. .XjS. Millebsbcbo, 0., : Sept. 12, 1872. Kotice to Subscribers. Cjubscribers can always tell how their sob- kjcripuon account st&nus, dj loosing as ue figures after their names on the address label pasted on ihe margin or the paper., Those fig ures show the exact date to tvhich snh&crfntinn hat been paid. There may possibly ,be some misuses in me una. ii so our suuscriDcrs Vim please let at xnovmt mey are. Post Office Hours. Th- Post Office will be open at a.m. and close at 9:30 p. ir. AH letters put in tbe outside box up to 9-30 o'clock will be mailed for next morning s man Grant Club. Tbe Grant and Wilson Club will meet in Commercial Hall, on Tuesday eve ning next, at 7 o'clock. Death of Samuel Deets. On Saturday about ten o'clock, llr. 'Samuel Deets, living near Salttllo, died alter an uiness oi aDout iwo.weeKs.ne wasbufied orf Sunday. " ' v Court. Court is still In session, but there has been butlltUe .of general interest done as yet The business progresses very, slowly. A great many cases have been postponed. Correction. The contributions of Old Students to Vermillionlhstitute to be sent in on the first of October, should be sent to Prof. J. C. Martin, and not to Prof.- H; lu Henderson, as we stated a week or two Groceries. '"Ve'deslreto tall, (he' atten'tion-of) our readers to the fact thatilr: J. P: Ear inter- keeps the best- of groceries, pro visions aud everything in that line of business. He keeps a good supply of notions,,-and, sells on very reasonable prices. - Meals- rand.- -lanch be had at all hours. 'CaH'and.'trade'wlth him and .we know: youvill be satisfied. Table at the Fair. The members of the German Evan gelical St. .John's Church, will have a table In the Fair Grounds during the Fair, where good and substantial meals will be. furnished at all hours of the day. As the proceeds of this table will be appropriated towards finishing their new'church, they respectfully solicit a liberal share of public patronage.) M. E. Conference. The Conference at Mansfield -which closed last-week was well attended and .very harmonious. We are pleased to see:that the Rev. G. A.Hughes has been returned totheMlllersburzcharrre.- Mr. Hughes is an earnest, actlv'e'wbrkWiA the church and' has done'a great deal for this congregation. Through .his. ener getic working the church hasibuntl ;Very neat house of worship. is Just as we Expected. A. Shrimplin has received another mammoth stock of Boots and Shoes, and wished us to put in a.big advertisement, telling all'about It, but we were so busy that we"told"him to wait another Veek 'and then if he couldn't possibly find .time to write one out, that we would try .and do it for him. Don't wait, how ever, for an Invitation but go right along, and buy what you want arid it 'will be all right. If see the Froelich's Shoe Shop. Attention Is called.to the advertise ment of Frank Froelich, proprietor of City Shoe Shop, He has purchased the shop formerly owned by Mr. Lecliner, and has restocked the establishment. He is a fine young man and an excellent mechanic. He purposes doing a strict ly cash business, which, as he says, will enable him to do work cheaper. Per sons desiring work in that line will do well to call and "try him on." in did the me Excursion Tickets to the Soldiers and Sailors' Convention. .The Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chica go Railroad will Issue excursion tickets to the Soldiers and. Sailors' Mass Con vention to be held in Pittsburgh, be ginning Sept. 17th, from the following stations among many others: Crestline, Mansfield, Wooster, Canton, Ac. Tick ets will be sold from the 14th to the 17th according to distance, and will be good for return until and In cluding the 21st. Every soldier In the country should try to be their if possi ble. They will have a grand old time. not of The Bug. The potato bug Is still seen on tlie war path. The pavements and streets are, in places, nearly covered with them. They have stripped the potato vines and are now feasting greedily upon the jlmpson weeds.' We noticed in some places where they had eaten them as close as they did the potato vine. We counted about one hundred and twenty five the other day going for a jimpson weed. After they get through with them we suppose they will sing, "woe unto the mullein stock that in our course we meet." hy " 1 of the Democratic Meeting in Town Hall. John Berry, Esq., of Upper Sandusky, Democratic candidate for Congress in this District, was announced by posters' and a long string of names in the Far mer, to speak in the Hall oil Friday evening. The Hall was perhaps two thirds full when the Hon. Gentleman commenced his harrangue, but they ooo began to drop out ope by one du ring his short speech until the close when there were present Greeleyites, Republicans and all, Just sixty-nine by actual count. The meeting, for some reason or other, wouldn't "enthuse" much. The news from Vermont, we presume, had something to do with it. and Holmes County Fair. Of course our people will not forget the Fair next week, beginning on Wed nesday and ending Friday. There Is not the least doubt but that tbe fair this year will far surpass those of several years past. Everything has been done to make it pleasant and convenient for both exhibitor and spectator. The lulls have been rearranged, enlarged ,md u;ake much more convenient. The managers fceH ns they have made ar rangements to hWPM exhibition many tilings that arc seldom seen at county fairs. The Secretary has sbMyn J)S a letter from the Managers of Clark's Museum, In which it was stated that that celebrated troupe would be on hands. Among other things which they have, are the Cannibals from the Fiji Jfslauds, a race of men and women who fre& on human beings. Then there will be many other ttdijgs of intercst.Evcry thtng disreputable will b.e rigidly kept out of the grounds, fhe baJJttjn of prof, Seacnst will be .there, and all. can Ji?re m ppportunity to take a rule to Hie clouds if tiifiy wish It. The Pro fessor will cat hjose pn fta Jast day, and taka a ride above the cjpud. From present indications there wIJJ h a very Urge atiettdancc xJ A very fair shew ing of entries, Hrc arc glid Uf See Ws Wjdhope every one will eelltmwt personally obliged to assist in making the Fair a success. In o Vn- The Excelsior Corner. The old Excelsior jConier is once more flooded with new goods: Not only can New Goods be Jiad, but new bargains can be made at a great, saving to the buyervSdlf, Uhler & Co. are widely known' throughout the' county as strict, honest business men, and always ready to accommodate their customers when ever it lies in their power to do so. By stepping into their store and warerooms you will find that they are prepared to supply the wants of all. Go, see and judge for yourself Mrs. (E. Uhler has just received a nevinvoiceof-Mlllinery and Fancy Goods, jfany nice things things that the ladies will be highly pleased with. See what she, says in her advertisement tn-dav. Xew strips of head-dressniralds, 4c. Every thing that the tastes of any might de mands n t . r i Ohio State Fair. The Twenty-third Annual State Fair began in Mansfield on Monday of last week, and closed on Friday. The vari- ous'iiailirwereconveuiently.locatal.and arranged both for exhibitors and" spec tators. The grounds are large, and pleasantly situated, a large portion of them being in a beautiful grove. No better grounds could be had anywhere. The different departments were as a gen eral tiling well represented, although the'shbtving:f6r-the 'first two days 'was. not .large in a few of the department. The cattle department was large, and the variety great; some of the finest we have ever seen. The horse stalls showed large collection of valuable .stock. intend k! "variety of Machineryand Manufacturing pro ducts., TJie display of fruit was excel lent. The entries, ,qf .flowers were not so large, hut fine. The Fine, Art Gal lery was well patronized; there-being som&beajitifjil tblBjgfthere.; Tbe first and second days were spent in, entering and filling up the different halls. The croxvdjnjruesday jwas, resjectihlbut nut large, un eunesuay me aitenu ance reached over twenty-five thous and. Thursday morning was wet, ano rain continued falling till 9 o'clock, after which it cleared up, and the rest the day was quite pleasant : although quite damp under foot. The crowd that day was said to be nearly ten thousand greater than, on Wednesday., The, weather on Friday was pleasant and the attendance was still very large. The total number of entries was said to be over four thousand. The receipts of the first day were double those of the first day last year at Springfield. The people of Mansfield did all in their power to make everything pleasant for visitors, and succeeded admirably. Sharp. The crcdit.system of doing business the curse of any community or indi vidual, and, has made many a rogue where the man might otherwise have been honest. The temptation is great, numerous individuals cannot with stand it. They run into debt with the original intention of paying, but if tilings do not go well with them repu diation is the easiest thing In the world ; you permit them to get angry at you, the first thing they think is, "Well, I'll never pay what I owe, and I'd like to him. collect it; the law won't touch me;" and then they are off to run in debt somewhere else.. Every business man in Millersburg knows this to be case,-or iMhey have forgotten, just them turn to their books a moment and convince themselves. Xow for a case in point: A few weeks ago a man a neighboring village stepped into a store to buy-a-wash-tub; picked out the article, asked the price, and then stepped into another store to get a ten dollar bill changed. A bystander, who saw the whole transaction, asked him why he not get the change where he bought tub. -"Well, you 'see, I ojve the torekeeper two dollars, but he made mad a couple years ago, and I never to pay him; I'm too sharp for I suppose there are just such men in our town, but we are pleased in having the acquaintance of any of them. University of Wooster. We would call the attention of our readers to the fact that the University Wooster opens its third year -on Wednesday the 18th of this month. The indications of a decided increase in the number of students we learn, is very nattering. In connection with this opening will be lield the exercises of annual Commencement. These ex begin on the Sabbath preceding, Sept. luth. ThoBaccalaurate Discourse the Presidenti -jyill be preached Sab- uaurp. it. at j o'ciock in tne:university ChapeliJ iOn" Sabbatl evening; atf-lialf J f T- T-rtf -TNraiie rtf T ...... CnnlnnH. WiiraddreMbet'BraIuarrVSxx5ikyand onoiomiay eveiilng.Rev. Dr.Icllyalue Newark, New Jersey, will deliver annual address' to the Literary So cieties -of the University. -Both these gentlenienVarc men of flue- abilities. On,Tuesday evening wiUVbeheltf the annual exhibition of tlie Jiinioi Ctes. Among the exercises of this occasion, an oration in Greekfor the gen eral benefit! Orr " Wednesday at 10 o'clock. wlliyoccur-.th'e.anniialrCom-menccmen'.; when. the graduating class deliver, orations and the customary degrees be' confered by the President. We hope the citizens of .Millersburg Holmes county will show their in terest in this young University by their presence in large numbers. is in Death of Rev. John M. Boggs. John M. Boggs, of Indepen dence, died at that place on Suhday night last, of typhoid fever. Mr. Boggs was for many years pastor of the Pres byterian church at that place, but re signed two or three years ago on ac of ill-health. Latterly he has been acting as agent of Lenox Insti tute at Hopkinton, Delaware county, in which he has been enabled to be ol much service to that admirable educa tional establishment. It is not too much praise to say that a more admirable char acter than Mr. Boggs Js sejdom seep in this world. A man of great mental power, and of large cultivation, he was singularly modest and retiring. Kind, charitable, genial always an ex emplar of all Christian graces show ing In his daily life the spirit of the Master in whose cause' he was so zeal ous a servant, no man was evermore earnestly beloved by his church, or had a greater degree tlje respect of the community in which he resided. His death will cast it pall of gloom oyer Buchanan county, and sadden many hearts throughout Iowa. He leaves a wife and several children. it to Blessings Brighten as They Take Their Flight. The chief ol blessings is good health, Without which notjjlng is worth the haying; t is always appreciated at its true value after ft Is lost, hii'tl too often not before. Live properly, and correct, ;).,-'...: i...- . i . . t . ' . i T:lncA. L't i'.t.'iL,--. - '.11.1.1 stomach; ani feeble blood Rjtfers are a sure'and'speedy remedy. jtljasReyer y'fajjed In' a sliigTe'in stance. . IN TOWN AND OUT. Come to the Fair next. week, j How to save coal burn wood. White hats are below par in Maine. Has the editor of the. Farmer heard from-Maine? Farmers are preparing for seeding. England's fruit crop is the smallest cverTemeraoerea. The best part of beauty is that which a picture cannot express. She who loves an ugly man thinks nim nanusome. How bitter a thing it is to look into uappiness tnrougu another man c eyes. The weather has been exceedingly not lor the past week. The Ohio Wool clip is 4,q0000 blr. g.AlU .UWt CiU U1UI1 ISJSL. Sulphnris recommended us rem edy -for mildewed '"grapes: M roroes, me livery man. nau a nne uorse uie ior mm bunaay last. Never giver advIcetoo-freeIy, lest you are, tolu,"puysician,,heal tnyseir. Smoke, if you do, try Weston's ci gars ana tonacco. 4'Jtr Old age is an honor, but an honor which lew care to attain rapidly. Prudence is a' "dear lesson to learn when experience is teacher. , The doctor's work fills stxieet of ground, but the dentist's fills ari'acher. ourgli JsoMlcrs'Conventioirwlll begdod irom tne nui to me zist. "Fan him with your. boot,? Jrapsu- perseueu uie purase, "puta.neauion him." If fa ' feml filirlit f li cm ai'VMtiifr nml etaglngeritnulirtng the agonies of his first plug hat. Look for Peaches and Watermelons at Weston's, opposite the Post Office 4WU A Milwaukeean drank a quart of ice water to get cool. Ue succeeded, Aged & years. Practice economy; better be called a quaker la yputh than a beggar lri old age- t v, .in i-Tlk about! theTFalr aild.toir&niJo jfa tohi aUliey 'jari to niake jt tj grand success. Even body says he' Is going' to the lioimes uounty Jt air this year. There win dc a-mg crowd ; iook out tor it. Let every one who has anything nice, take it to. the Fair so that the peo ple may have the, pleasureu.0tseelu5.Ht Tbe birds are 'now. JiOlding Cunily reunions preparatory to taking their de parture ior other climes. We need money. 'Will our sub- scribers;send in what they owe usC, and oouger They who complain most of hard times, are generally the loungers on the street corners wno are waiting ior iuck to come along., . t Be cheerfnl.and enlivening. Don't go through thalworld like a' sharp, bi ting, normerriiMasc,carrying3disuster witn you. y.jyjt ' We furriishiEnvelonswith a Busi ness Card thereon,? ifearlyTas cheap as the blank cnvelopgaari? bV purchased euewiiere. "What relation is a loaf of bread to a steam engine? A steam engine is an invention and bread a necessity; and necessity is the mother ot invention. Weston has genuine, simon pure Soda Water. No tartaric acid and saler- atus used. Try it opposite Post Oflice. Wholf. Uhler fiCoj are as bnsv as nailers waiting on tbe crowds of custo mers who throng their .store from day to day. j. Never be too profuse in your pro testations of friendship; but prove the object or your love nerore you limy trust, swallows, nee in winter; iatsc friends, in adversity. " " Ice Is irettins-'to te a scarce article lit JtiiierDitrg Jtostoi.iue icecream Saloons "have ?qirltmaking Ice Cream for want of ice. "Hie ladies still have a good supply ev&ry Thursday evening at Town iiau. The boys and voung men who were engaged in the row at Napoleon on Sun day week, were brought before court and fined twenty-five dollars each. Sev eral oi tnein, we understand, decamped to parts unknown. The following note was sent to an undertaker bv an unhappy widower: "Sur my Waif is dead and Wonts to be berried termorrow, at woner klok. U nose wair to dig the Hole by the siad of my too other wi.tfs. Let it be deep I A few nights ago, the Kansas Pa cific passenger train lost its sleeping car, and the conductor discovered It and went back sixty miles before-he found It, and the passengers were sleep ing in peacerul innocence waiting ior a freight train to run into them. -Tlie Voorhes Bros, are doing a good business In the Stove and Tinware line, at the 'old stand of Voorhes & Hudson. Call and see thclrnew Fruit Drlerwhicli one of the best things we have seen of the kind. A man does, not need a dry- house if he has one of them. The shrewdest and best1 business men always advertise In dull times. Be cause wnen money is close, aim peupie are forced to economize, they always read tlie advertisements to ascertain who sells the cheapest,. and where they can trade to the best advantage. Bald-head men have had a rough time" of it this summer. The flies are numerous, so are tliemusqnitoes...WJiile the first gently slide over the surface. tlie" latter sing their favorite 'song of "Carry the .N ews to Mary," and indulge a gentle nibble at tlie tenderloins of the head. In moistening the. mucilage oil en velopes, most people make them too wet, and thus' prevent them from sticking. Tlie gum' or'mucilage should only.be moistened, not wet. Envelopes are lre- qneutly condemned, when In reality the fault lies with' tlie individual hlmsMf. The same remarks apply to postage stamps. We have known persons to lick all the mucilage off a postage stamp and then swear because it would not stick. a J. Poisoned to Death. A heal thy liver secretes each dm- about two and a half pounds of bile, which contains a great amount of waste ma terial taken Irom the blood. When" the liver becomes torpid or congested, it fails to eliminate this vast amount of noxious substance, which, therefore, re mains to poison the blood and be con veyed to every part of tbe system. What must be tlie condition of tho blood when is receiving and retaining each din two and a hall' pounds of poison ? Na ture tries to work off Mils poison through other channels and organs the kidneys, lungs, skin, etc.; but these organs be come overtaxed in performing tlds la bor, in addition to their natural Tunc tious, and can not long withstan'd'thc pressure, but become variously dis eased. The brain, which is the great electri cal center Qf ajl vitality, Is unduly stim ulated by the pphealthy blood which passes to it from the heart, and it fails perioral Its olllce liealllilully. Hence the symptoms of bile poisoning, which arc dullness, headache, incapacity to Keep the mum on any sunject, fmpalr- vous feelings, gloomy forebodings and irritability of temper. The bloixl itself bejpg diseased, as it forms the sweat up on the sci r lace 6T the skin, is so irrita ting and poisonous that it produces dis colored brown spots, pimples, blotches and other 'eruptions, sores,- boils, car buncles' and scrofulous 'tumors. The stomach, bowels', and other organs spo ken of, cannot escape becoming, affected can the Jit sooner or later, and costivcuess, piles, dropsy, dyspepsia, diarrhoja, female weakness, and' nj'a'ny other forms of chronic disease, are among the necessary results. As'a remedy lorall these varf Olismahifestattonsof disease, Dr. Pierces G'olilen Modleal 'TJIscoVcry Is positively uiiiqtmfetl. ' By It tii6' liver and ktom- Ucli 'lire changed" to"an !ictive,'lieajttiy state, the appetite regulated anil rc's'tor ed, the blood and sccxttlons thoroughly pi7rlf!ed and cn'rjpji'ed. and the whole system renovated' anil hiitlt lip anew. Sold by hll-flbficlasS flrftggtstsV' 'Wg' jiuu uiu wuoie A Chapter of Accidents. It is seldom,- where so many people as were in attendance at the State Fair last week, that the days pass away wi th; out some accident.. Jn 'another; column will be found an account of the collision between two trains nearTndependencc on the road from Mansfield to Mt. Ver non. It is nowthonght the blame lies with the dispatchs at Newark who gave orders for the conductor on the north; ward 'boundj tfaiir to go on. -The last account we have says that eight had al ready died and that others could not live. JTlie wounded were about forty live in number-,. ' ,i , Another very sad accident occurred irl IMarisfleld 'on Thursday cvenin which caused "the, death of Mrs. Mar garettMller", 'sonife relative 'of Rev. Culler formerly o'fthis-place It seems that lier husband, was on the, police force that day, arid' h'a3 coiner"ili and laid1 his revolver on the ."what-nptj''' f-out of reach of any of the children as he sup posed. He also says he thought that he had discharged all the loads. A little boy took the pistol down, and com inenced snapping it, when it went off and shot the lady, who at that moment bent over.tije table, through the neck, severing thCfjiigular.veIn, -:bhe died m half an hour. ,- L soine unknown - man. ien tinner me cars as he ."was" .tryIng,tdgct.oii at the Mansfield Stationtin 'Tliursday evenin; and was killed b! thdvlcars ninnin, over him. . "V A team or horses attached to a car- riage containing-two young ladies, ran away in the streets of Mansfield, and -narrow eseanoof-fcein?r rom to nteee&.a idWtheHlatlley kiHed:;;Forji tunMely'btkhAiie TOiWlhclauit escaped being hurt, although theJadies were nearly frightened to deatiT. .People cannot be too careful on all fiucii ucvuttiuus, us uierc is uaugeimieu least looked for? "We "have7o(tcnJivon dered. there are, not more accidents .than there 'really arej-'cspecially when jthe trains-are so crowueu as tuey generally are on such times'., Feopleihavevtjo business to stand on the platform of the cars. Nearly all of those killed ill the late .collision "near Iudepeiidence;-.were standing on the platform at the time. -drcd ORRVILLE, Sept. 9th, '72. Eds. .RKPtJBUCAX : Tlie citizens of Om-illefeelubilant overpheturn mat ters nave taiceii. xne uoard of Direc tors of th'e'Wheeling arid Lake Erie Railroad jihet at Steubehville last Fri day and jSoturday to delinitely locate the ro'ute'ofithe road. Wooster liad its representatives In attendance trying to secure thejiroad by extremely large promises) iJOrrvillc and other! points presented -.their claims fn the shine of solid, substantial stockF subscriptions. Alter duclijclioeration mntil Saturday the Board resolved to adopt the Orrvflle route by Adding to thcmiddle division re.quirement of $50,000 additional stock wliicb will be forthcoming in due time. The securing of tills very im portant occasion to our railroad (inter ests gives Orrvllle an exceedingly bright prospectlvei future, .and cannot fail to make it one of the rising places in the State. iNjtli a good north and. south road, and 'competing, east and west lines beneflcial.efrect is the onlv result! A- hastily called meeting was held at Evans' Hill on Saturday evening to celebrate the victory won.- The Hall was soon filled with ladies and gentle men, and congratulatory speeches were made by Mayor Rouch, Dr. Miller, Hon Anlt and Capt. Taylor. ThejMar- shallville and Orrvllle Bandswere pres ent to aid in jollifying the occSlon5Sk. j-iiu Lupie ui cunversauuii tcuay is the defalcation whicli has just been re ported as occurring witli .T.JJ. Koch, Esq., in the Wayne County Treasury, The amount is said to be $20,000. It is supposed that his hail will be able to make the matter good and save tlie county from I03.?. Tlie voters of our county will begin to believe that it is about time for a change of administra tion in our public money-box. it J K A M A i WAYNE. North Ohio Conference. Below we give the Appointments in the, Wooster,.Mansfield.and Mt. Arernon Districts : Mansfield District. C. II. Owens, . E. . ( Mansfield, S". McBurnr-y. ' ' Belleville, J. Mitchel. Savannah, A. J. Wells. Shelby, J. Matlock. Sulphur Springs, J. McKean. Plymouth, Jl.,Whitem'iin.1 (j.; ShilohGfM'Killlp's. ' '-v Troy, P. B. Stroupe. Ontario, J. Whlsler. Orange, W. II. Smith. Ashland, J. W. Buxton. Jeromeville, J.-McKnab- - . ; Haysvilie, P. Graham. Olivesburg, A. K. Owen. Darlington, C, C, Ball. Wooster District, W. n. Painter, P.E. Wooster, A. Nelson. Mt. Eaton, J. M'K. Barne3, P. Kelser, Dalton, A. E. Thomas. Doylstown, T. Struggles. Newcomcrstown, E. O. Mclntire. Bake'rsville,N. J. Close.. . i Canal Dover, S. A. Thompson. Boliver, J. Sterling. Millersburg Circuit, C. Thomas. Millersburg, G. A. Hughes. Fredericksburg, G. A. Peters, S.R. Clark." Burbank, L. A. Markham. West Salem," O.Webster. Seville, T. C. Warner, Chatham Center, T. J. Pope. Wadsworth, O. Badgley. Shrevc, T. U. D. Bell. Nashville, B. J. Russell. Loudonvillc, X. H. Barker, Mt. Vernon District. D. D. T. Mat son, P. E. Jit; Vernon'.'L; Warner. ! ' Utica and Martinsbttrg, J. A. Kellam. Homer, J. R. Reasoner. East Union, C. Craven. West Redford, S. R. Squier. Roseoe, W. B. Taggart. Dresden, B. A. Disney. Kecne, J. S. Cutler. Gambler, O. Lawrence. Amity, T. G. Robertsl Frederiektown, O. Mather. . Frcdericktown Circuit, .J. Williams. Chestcrville, J. II. Johnson. Bloomlleld, J. H.MeConnell. Oysters. AVeston's Is the onlv Dlacc'whcre vou get.Oysters that .come, direct from Baltimore. -Itf Notice. To tlie Stockholders on the Local Siib- cription Books at fillcrsburg, Oxford Aapoleon, Holmes county, Ohio, of Cleveland, Jit. ycrnon & Delaware ul road Cpimmiiy the ninth (!)) Instal ment, ten per cent, on each share of stock subscribed according to the S11I17 scrjptjups is dic on 'NJ'cdnesdayj Sept. nist. i-aymes wl 1)0 iia(e at t)io Express Oflice at Sllllei-flburg. AVm. Caiiv, Sept 2, 72v.1 Collector. The Old United States CIotIin? ijlore .u ui ujiy yoir spring ami summer clothing, at .the old lirtcc's, not- wlllistamling tlie steady advance in Wfinl. I lmmrl.t ..... .. 1.. it , :: , """o"" j j;ihhis mi muni tions, allowing me to still sell at the K.lllln InM' liimw) nd l...,..r. -. , iiciviuiuic, AUll ii inpi u u argest, anu pest assort "l'!ifSraFF"Jlk if Ifl t i s market, and J v lit ,!l"t' t 'fryfl'K anvintagq to ca)l aha' exhmlne my slobkJ thtm buy ing elsewhefe. piino- ojQ Jqid" nl!"to "Isaac JIaiii'h, S'. tf; . C'jqthljjir Store. SPECIAL ELECTION NOTICE Office or tiie Tkcstees or iriKnv Towssnir, llouirs corsiv, o To He Qu,iUM Elector oj JTardy TorrmHi "VTOT1CE is hcrebv circn that the foUotrii written request, isnel bj one hundreil 'tax-Darius resident Electors of said Town ship uMIanlj-, has been made njion the Tros- To the Trustees of Hardy Township, Holmes uounty, unto : Tlie unilcrsiimnl rldent tai-cavlnr clectoi nf ald TowTishiu of Ilardr: Boluea Couutv. Ohio, oneliuu.lieUin number, rttspectfUUy re quest mat you construct a juuroati irum a poiut on the south line of saldlotraship, on tne &ouiu line oi uie MJum-casnjuarier ui irac tional section nnmber tweuty-tbree (il) town shlp nine (9) range eveh (7), at n sUke wart pi ni9L'' thenre u tbe vaUevoftbc Kill buck cret to the nortli line or said township to a stake $eren hundred and fifteen feet west or Killbnck creek; marked 119Ui2til both or said termini and all or the line of said proposed Uailroad being within the limits saiu iuwumiiu oixiam Said Kail road to be nintriicletl as near im mnv be practicable ud- rn the line surrevwl and located throueh said township by the Lake Erie, Wooster and alua- 1.1..' . ll.. r It nimntnv kiUgUui din j Maimaj That yea appropriate therefor, and towards tne construction oi s&iu iianrua;iue um o Filty Thousand Dollars, nch sum not exceed lug UTe per cent, or the asessea vaiuatiou o thereat and personal property or said town fihhiuf Ilanlr. lat maile. That said sum of Kiltv Thousand Dollars be In bondsoraid Township, and that said bonds iMiordiiiary coupon touas, anu tnaiiuey am tha cuntxns thereto attached shall be Darabl lnthecitv of Xew York, and that said bonds bear interest at the rate of eight her ceuL per annum pay a uie semi-annuaiiy on me ursiuaj on.Ianuarr and Julv in each rear. That one-filth in amount of said bonds, that is ufFay, the sum orrTen Thousand Dollars thereof, hall run sixteen rears and become due and payable in sixteen j cars from, and alter tne date oi ineir execution. That one-fifth in amount, or said bumU, that is'to'-say, the sum or Tea Thousand Dollars thereof, thall run seven teeu fears and become due ana payable id ercnteeu years-irom ana alter the date of their executions That one-nfth in amount of said bonds, that is to sar. the sum of Ten Thousand Dollar uuuAHu Mjnuie ih iiiircciFv Ifuoi anil lifter Uie date of their execution. v- That one. fifth in amount Af nlil hiiBi1 1hal is to saytjtbc snin (oRTnJTh6asan4 iHllars thereof, shall rtlnnlncteeri years; and betoue uuu auni'ajauic iu uiucLcen j cars uviuami alter the date or their execution: Tbatouu-lirth in amount or aid bonds, that is to, aaVwthe sunutif -Ten Tbousand DoQars thereof, rlctll mn.twentV'' Tears and bec&Mi dyeudBJttble intwny jears from andaf ter the date of their execution. That sam bonds shall le execute! in tbe al and ordinary manner of executing townildp Uiipof Haniy, and .sineil by Xhem, andsball uunuL irv.Luc x l UMUt iiiid i.inri 111 kmio i nwii- uo iu iiuiuuit nu fiuiKjiniuaiions a ioiiows: fccventy or saia bontU numbered coneeutIve lyfromoueto seventy, inclusive, ofnrc hun- dollars each, and one huuJre-1 and fifty or suitiuouus, nuiuiiereii consecutively iroinone to one hundred and liftr. fncluire. of the sum of one hundred dollars each and that to each and every of said bonds be attached the usual and necessary interest eoujoni correspoidin:; in date and number with tlie bonds (o which Ihev are attached, and u-hirh mnnntis shall 1m signed by the written signature orthe Clerk or uu uiwnsnip oi iiamy. That yqu call a meettny or the qualified elec tors or said township or Hardv.Ilolmes conntr. OhiOj at the time and place and in the manner L). at the usual place of holding elections insaid towiuhin.ana tvnnii-M said voters n the special electious so to fm hekU to rote for or road, and the other rcxuests herein made, and mat you giwj me notice uy pubucation, a re- 4111 ii;u uy ia This request is made under the nrovisions of an act of the General Assemhlr.nf ih Strf nf cltle3, incorporated Tillages and townshipito build railroads, and to lease and operate the same," passed April 23J, 1872: and for the par- posooi avamnif siu township or all the bene nts,powertandi)rivilegesofkaldact. : " " 'AuiriisttUt. lsH. G7V. COdkr" " 'CFrVoorhes,' II. C Brown, Thomas Armor, dames A. Estil, 4. Cherryholmes, Louis Mayei, Juo. W.oorhes, W. II. Card, r ehrenbach. an. iiuii. J. 1'ierce. I. Mul vane. Hull. Johu.P. Walkup, AfB.Budy.v, : I William Dlx, ' Kobert Justice, O.Mr.'Krett,- lurooueiunger. ii'tiiiom ni ' ,, oi. duniisiun, n. i;. Mcuoweu, .1. C Corbus. I. C Iloas'lanil. M. shouti. A . J. Bell, a. j. stimer, .1. ll. Newton. Castev. John H. Orr. ieore bchnorr. A. S. Ilnlnl II. S. Weaton, II. French, J.S. Nelson. Charles Hn.( John Croker, A . 11. Gonsor, 1. xi. i-aer; v. 1. Forhes, John Taylor. J. K. Ralffl W. F. Sharp, C. J . Voorhes, O. A. McDowell, J. T. Maxwell, A. Uhler. KC Maxwell. Samuel llanna. Isaac Hamster. John I. Spencer, A 11 Frey, w cuirev, ji u Saunders, George G Farver,-. .I.Gliighlm, John.-Ourlms,) & OSVorwort r w uascne, . Fred Nusshaum., Ueo Adams; S McCbnib,1 ' 11 is Henderson, W Jacobs, ' J J it it vnntvera, DUKewton ! v Jacob Schuier. n a icrgip,' ItKEnos. "J ' .4 N 1- McCorralck, J r Larimer, ASSIillholland, . KliaaMasU' J NSKTerhart, .1 A Iopold, II U Alllctt, S It Weirich, S II Cherrvholuies, .Ino F IIuiVoii, Joseph Uuller, James Anderson, C U Parkin.on, II II McCulloch, Daniel French, James Farra, A Wolgamor. Joshua Teishcr, T I! Cunningham,, A Waits. James Uhl. II II Itobinson, II J Young, H I) McDowell, A Shrimplin, W It Donald, Joel roinerene, Dorey Wilson. Samuel liarton, Ciiurles L Loos. J Duer, Isaac Marx, J llampson, i.jonnou, liotrman. Tliomas J Krerett, jju dialers, l)haas, A lloaglaud, John Korus. Solomon Close, Samuel Lowthcr, John Coffey. John Castor, i.eorge i.icnner, Michael Simon, Xewton Johnson, M Donald, - (i uaiKup, William Skelly, leurritz. aldn-in Ilerzcr. John Lidy. George Itohhins, liosacK iteeu. That in accordance with said mines!. meeting or raid electors is hereby called and a Seciallection fur said purpoM: is liereuror-. iiereuai inc usual place or Holding elections 11 iun uauijr, a Hi On Saturday, October 5th, A. D. 1872, between the hours of 0 o'clock A. M. and 6 xieck i'. m. or said day, at which time and lace said electors aio required to veto for or borrowing of theamonnt named, and the isu in" of bonds as a fund for that mirmtee. and the wuier rixueMs iiiurvin mane. The opinion oald Electors shall be express edou their ballots as follows: Jtailroail--cs."orlLiIIroarl Xo." Which ballots shall be counteil and returned, and re turn made r said election by tbe Judges and clerks of elections as in other cases of elections. a s. uhl i Trustees of G. W. FINSET, 110SA.CK ItEKD, ) Holmes co.O u. n.ri.i.icii. e iiiuiiv .if. JonxM. Robinsox, Clerk ofsaid Township. AUgUsl 31, ltflZ. t Stationery,. To all who are In need of paper, pn elopes, Ac, plain or fancr. we would state, that we have a good assortment on hands, and are fitting up the room haek of the Post Oflice, where samples of our stock can be seen. The best brands of Cap, Lesal Can. Fools Can" Xote Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads' i ote anu Letter 1'aper, always on nanus Envelopes of "all styles and colors. Our paper and envelopes are of the best quant-, and win be sow at te very lowest figures. Persons wishing to have their cards printed on their eiTVelopes, or letter heads, can have it done at lit tle expense. Please remember that all kinds of Stationery can be had at holesale or retail. Keif Ifearset jressrs. Taylor & Sharp have Inst re ceived, in connection with a large stock t new Jurmture, a very nanusome new Hearse and a good supply of coffins. They are now prepared to attend to all business in the Undertaker's line. Tlie Hearse is very neath' and substantially gotten up, and tlie collins arc such as to give good, satisfaction. They request us to say that all business entrusted to them will be promptly and satisfactori ly attended to. Tliey are likewise or- enng furniture ovory few days, and in supplv all on short notice. Give them a call. 52tf Millersburg Market. Millersburg Market. Sept. 12, 1879. FLOUIt, V bid, Retail, WHKAT.'WhlteW bush., WHEAT, Ited, 1 hush, COUN, per husli (new) IIVE, ' - -I1AISI.KV, " . . -OATS, new, 'A hush. CWVKlt SKKD, hush., TIMOTHY SKKI, " FLAX SKKD. -WIIITK 1IEA.NS, " 1'OTATOUS, " IIAV, Wton, -KtiUS, fl doz.. niTTTElt, (ill roll) lb. CIIKESK? " LAUD, " HAMS, " SHOltLDKItS, lb., -TALLOW, I' DltlKD AITLKS,Wlb., DltlKD rKACIIEs;lb., l'AISKD 1'KAClllS, " ItAtiS, Jt Hi. FllATIFKIfS.-Hlli. SALT, mil. retail. - WOOl lh. WOOD, per cord, -DUKSKD HOGS, - SCO 903 l.Xial.40 l,4O;il0 35atU (J) HI aOOa-1,55 - " 1 Ml 40 .8 009 IU 12 - 12 II - 13 8 1 3 tfi 2 Ul r.vsivi a roct ui Allegheny Cattle Market PITTSBURGH, Sept. 4, 1872. CATTLE. The supply of catllu was again comparative ly light lii-ilay, foutluguii almut lil hcail. The market upmed up lairly ariliu to-day, and nearly f not ail the rikM riitllo wero picked up early 111 tho day, and that too, at lull prices in soiiie in.tauciis, at better prices than those rast "week: but tho coinimm grades won slou'al lhe'oicnmgaird'cbntlilued todragall inewayiiiraugii. belling aittns cents, rrii loexira uiic(iers; Ira bitc1iers! Hock soldat fi-om C' toTK, dinuion 'at B to0" As riuUnaml will! veek; there w-aj- little or noilin'urcnce in last week; prices. IF YOU WANT FURNITURE, Look Through One of tho Host Extensive Stocks In the United States, t- ALL OF No lonz stairs to climb, as tee have Two Steam Klevatora, one for carrying our custom ers and one for handling Furniture. So it is no irouuie 10 iook ai yooas on toe upper uoors- HART Jb. MAinNP mi wv iiinaiwiiiiji 1 103, 105 & 107 Water St., 1 Factory 30, 32 & 34 St. Clair St., CLEVELAND. O 40y SPECIAL NOTICES. ARE YOU COINC WEST! Ifso. take 'our advice, and nurchue vonr iu;ae uy erinc oui rciuutm anu imuniar yf souri l'acific Railroad, which is ioMtiqelv, the only Line thnt run three Daily K'pre$ Trains from St. Louis to Kansas City and the West! and is, positively, the only Line which runs Pullman's 1'alace SlecDers and line Dnv Coaches (cseciaUy for movers) equippeil with itrnke, from St. Iouis to JCansas City, Fort Joseiih, Nebraska City, Council IHuffs and Omaha without change. For information in iryuru ui nme lames, rnies, acm loany point In Missonri. Kansas. Nebraska. Color aifo.Tev- as and California, call on or address 3 II. Thompson, A sent, Missouri Pacific E. U, Co Inmbus, Ohio; or, V,. A. Ford, Gen'l Passenger Agent, St. LonIst 3Io. No trouble to answer questions.) "v t Where to Emigrate! "Vc ans wer.gb to Southwest MissourLbecause tbe Atlantic & Pacific Railroad; Co. Offer 100.000 Acres of Land to actiutl cptllorfi. at low price on longcnxlit, besides lurnkhlng- w nuiispuj liiuuu uvcr tiitir ruuti iu purcnas ers: this road eitpmU from St. iJltiic. IhrniiTh Missouri to Vinlta, Indian Territory, is being puahedranldlr to its destination, the PncliiR Coast; will be one of the trunk lines of the country, nsttv llock&l by unoie the lands along tbe road are In a rich fertile country, as pro- tiucmc ad auj iu in otato, me .climate com bines all the udvants-esof nortlipm and nnth ern latitudes; good climate.soiIhealth,waterr umui-r, grazing, iruus ani nowers, invite you to go to this region. For further information address A. TUCK. Land Com'r.SSl U'.nlnnt. ERRORS OF YOUTH; A GEXTLEMAJT who snfrrml for rurc from Nervous Debility, Premature 'Decay, and all theeflecU oryoutliful indiscretion -will for the sake orsnlferinr hnmanitv. send fa to all who need it, the recipe and direction for curcil. . Sufferers wishing to profit br the- ad vrniscr s eApericnce can uo so uy aunreslng, -iyr. ro. l cedar St.. Aew York. To Consumptives. The advertiser. havinrbcen itprmnpntlvrni. edofthat lrcad disease. Consumption. by a sintnle rcmedr. is anxious tiimALpbinvnh Jits lellow sufferers the means of cure. To all wuo uesire it, no win send a copy or the pre hcriutionused. Ilree of charire. with tha direr. wups ior pnrpariug anu using ine samewnicn they will And a ure eure tor' Consumption,' Asthma, Bronchitis, Ac i-anies wisning tne prescription will pioaje dress, imV. Kl'Ani) A'. WILSON. - I iwi j'enustreet.williamslmrg.N.Y. How to Go West. This Is an enquiry whicli every one should have truthfully answered before he starts on his journey, and a little care taken iuexami nation of routes will In many cases save much trouble, time and money. The C. IS. .U).U. K. " ru n n i n it from Chica go, through (Jaleshnrg'to Hurlintonandtlie !.. Ii. A V. I to lite." riinniuir from Indianaii. olis through ltlooinington to Jiurlington, have achieved a splendid reputation Iu the two years as tne leading passenger routes to the West. At Darlington they connect with the JJ. m. u. it. aim lurm tne great Ji urnng ton Houte, which runs direct througli Southern Iowa to Nebraska and Kansas, and with close connections to California and the Territories. Passengers starting from Holmes county on fir wav wpstWanL cutinnt iln hettpr th'.m take the Burlinzton Koute. This line has nub- lished a pamphlet called "How to Go Wesr." which contains much valuable Information; a larirc correct man of the (J rent West, which can be obtained free of charge by addressing me uenerai i-assenger Agent, .( t 1. FTTR1TITX7IIE, At Wholesale and Retail, Sold Cheaper Than Ever, at JAS. CURRY &-S01TS,.. WOOSTER, OHIO. FOUNDRY Macliino Shop, Corner of Iluckcyc and orth Streets, JAS. CURRY & SONS, rnorniETons, Build No. I Steam Engines ! Repair All Kinds of Machi nery, Manufacture Cast Iron Fences, Ployvs, &c. &c. F'n.riievgi Jintl lueciiamcs, lien u Iiato Iteiiairin to ilo, you will say6 uiuiiey 117 caiunic m curry j r ouiiary. Good Work at Heattontihle Prices. Curry's can't bo undersold in Lum- Uoois, bash, lilinds, Lath, Shingles, ike, Ac. To 'i'l'mm. 2 U licrcbririreti that tho unilorsiirn. C1 liavo lilcn lUilHillitM Ailniliiistrlitiirrt .f lii7Ctntu of JOHN V. -.IKFt'lUKS. i!ccc:iscit. orwnslilncrun uwnsili, irolult-j county. .Ml iwKMli'kuuinEIMinaclVn JiV.t( hiM rtalo orliaVinirclainiiiaAarrtst w III iilotf- coin pl)rwari KUil Sctric p'oriiirtinf; cliulnt uSifil'sAlia same Aug.Sn7o.iV3- r.20.1W. lwl A.bnlnUlrnrnr- .u. ,ir . sic, its i " )oe I the ut of tU? Ir. the erty iviti It Is. Ufe tir E or A Trip to California Can be made by buying your Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, Notions, Fancy Trimmings, Car pets, Queensware and Groceries from J. E. KOCH, Jk., at a low price. Your choice qf new styles of Dress GoodSjgFlain an'd Fancy Popliris DpllyAfVarden's of all descriptions, jsisnop anu Victoria Lawns, Nainsooks, Swisses, Jaco nets, Organdies, Paris Muslins, FigurednStriped 'Piques, &c, all put 'down ,fo prices which de fy competition. Bleached and Brown Muslins, Sheetings, Table Linens, Towels, Crash. Ribbons.! Silk Laces. Cot- ton,4lk Jdfeid (floye J A. at 10 and 12. cents per .pair. La- eies all-linen Handkerchiefs, cents. In fact, a full line of any thing necessary to taKe on a Summer, trip. i;l AJ . Jeans, tOttonnaes. uassimeres, I GloUiai&c.tforMejaniBoysl A full stock) to be,sold low. . . iAH ihoso jlesirous of Bargains, will please give us a fair trial. J. E. KOCH, Jr. Millcrslinrgi June 25, 1872. I .For Cougfis; Colds 5t, Hoarseness. These Tablet" nrcspnt the1 Acid In combina- I tioa with .other. efficient remedies, in a popular I form; forUie cure of all Throat and Lungtfis- Hoarseness and Ulceration of the ThroaFare I lmmeuiateiy relieved, and statements are con stantly being sent to thc proprietor of relief in cases of Throat difficulties of years standing. Pn! Aw vixm'fc be deceived br-wortbless waUUGIl. rmitatlons. fief dnl Wells-Car. uoiic-ranietar rrteecents-ros-JOHN Q. KKLUXiG, I'lutt St.,NewYorK. Send for Circular. Sole agent fothcU. S. flFA MONTH easilv niailrt with Stencil and Key Check Uie. Sccare Circular anti ouupies rittE. Bu ai. &pcncer,ur3Uieioro, davtoacrenLLsellIntrcnmnaip-n lm vl"for ladies and gents as breast and scarf pins, gold plated with photog's of Preslden'l Candidates, bam pies mailed tree for 30 cents. I civ ax x isO w ccuar &t. s . 1 . HORACE r.PPPI'FY Antr PflMII V An eleggpt Engraving, perfect likenees22x silt Grant Bed ge A 1 plated 25c baraple latest styles Wedding cards. Notes', Ac. 25c. A. a m. ocub uy man 41. niSQ, arapain UOOllS,! r.ugraYer, ia uroanway, A. i . Rare Chanceijfon Agehts. AGENTS, ro will pay you JJO per week iu I i.uu, 11 uu win cnau wim us at once. .Ev erything furnished and expenses paid. ,Hd- urras, .. a. ELLS CO., CaMOtte, mr r lj c mnBifiiifiiii' a cb ..ii r JLleoiale. joua week guarauteear'Hespect-1 auiv ciupiuyiiienb at jiume, uav or evening; no i capital required; full instructions jnil vn(ua-1 mail. FREE'-TCP-BOOK1 AGENTS. Elegantly Bound canvassine Book for the Dest?and ebeapest Family lTibleever iiubiished, will bo sent free or charge to any book agent. It contains nearly 500 fine Script ure illustrations, and Agents are meeting With unprecedented success. AdilrP cron ex perience, etc. and we will showyoimhatour nKCiiu are ooinri'.iatinnai Ptii.iiali.ntr l'n '""-tH" """'""""i v.. or, au ixmis, j&q. 'hiii..n 111 tr.....I i . . . e. Affenls to the Rescue.L Scatter truths amonir the Deouln. Rl.hieni """'i' "'""y "',,.'?u' ,e,ls more truth about the man than all the Diiwn f n th. jm want to know- if Gtant U"o thief, liar or drundard read this book. .Agents can make ikiko w.sc iur mn ucAfcicw men tiu selling it. miiilins. ? u.erwne.ui.ng com- f,"''!;?. AMERirAK I"iniLisaiM-'e0!'raVt- " "l "..i-iaa CO..'i'0l0ilo.(l. AOENTB WASTED aV.iu,. WTT.SJfiMi H'DnWTiT a"i. n t'TT S'i-. JJ'V I i1!- loading worth twice thfeeitof the'lmnt. tf,nin.i everywhere. AeenU;liave wonderful success. Send for Circular. Address Ziegier SIc- ' 1 . - t or the'eureof ASTIIAI A'Jf ASAICATBRIl and UEOU1 faviugstnigglcd-twenty-years between life aud death with nthmn I experrlmented. ontnvself by compound ing roots and herbs, and inhallng- the medicine uuLMuteu i lurmnateiy iiiseoverea amot wonderful remedy and sure ctrre for Jsthma & kindred disease Warranteol,to-relieve the most stubborn cases or Jsthraa or Phthisic in llveminuteS."SotlieDfltient rnu hrnib. .c n.llmlnvn lAmtn. slnan ...... . . I . . ' . ' -'-. -.. ... yt-i 1,5. u.i; curl contentsof.a Dackairu ean return tlm n.m,ln. u 10 me proprietor, anu tne money will be rctuuded by the return mail Sent by mail to anr address within the Ifnito.1 Ktsim: n ..a. cefpt.of $1 Address D lNCELi,ppte Creek, Waynd Co. Ohio, Inventor and aole rroprieior com uy 4rusrsist fatcnted V JUL 0 3IS O JV ' S World-jReiwivii Paten t jS&i, JJo i Corset has ever en- ju) (uMitHii wonti-wiae popaiantyi "ltlO. il.mnn.t fn Ih.m 11 couitaratly incrcasins -They Clve Ari Hjtlical, tsi!o, iTO.mleil, ul A PERFECT imson'i; Cflnulnn rim prm I in.r haln.r ..v.niut namerarOMSOX. and the trademark n Crown Sold by all First-Class Hosiers It is not aphyslc which may give temporary I uue. valid, nor U it a doctored liquor, which, under I iopular name of "Hitters" is so extensively Cuiuiit uu vn niv ihiuiiv: nasuvurvigii rvmeuic I it ii a most powerful Ton fc' A Herat! ve.pro-1 uounced tobvtue leadlnr medical anthnritie. I Ixmdon and Tarls, i;nd lia been long used br reijlidir uuyslclau o,f other countries with I wopvlcrAil remctlal results. (Xinlaius all Ihe nipillc'lnal virtues ieciillarto plant, and must bo taken n a permanent I tumult; uuiiu is xnero want ot action in vour Liver rMi ei'iir ulilesrvllHieiliitiiiii't.T um 1.I...1 i i....i.:i..4ii7". - . i duciug iicrftfulous or skin djsea.ci, blotches. T'1!"! jHIVbohfl ,u an, irarlfy and re Store the ntiiainiiooil to healthy action. Have you a oysoeot o Stomach l Unless lilirehtioii is nnmmtlv .t.lisl Him of the blooil, dropsical tendency, general tivuniiaiii mill iu ill viini iiirrn. linv. III1U.UVS3 U 1I1IIIV. Take It to alt Ulirestlon without reaction. will impart youthful vigor to tho weary suf ferer. Have vou Weakness of the Intes- nes I .'ilm are iu iniiirer oi'nminic liinr- iiuioifthe dreadful, iidaTnmatlon orthe How ' ' " TaV( It to allay Irritation and wan! oOCten. iilitasuntri 'to It 'tri &trMi.m.A.. ... ..u..i ...!...v..A.. lieromi's a burieii. fftally ItsiuH tip froiiiKiilly lakeu to keep thOM'tcrA lu yicrtVutiuMllhuriouareolhor WPnffflt lUngcror malarial or miasmatic r lailagioun diseues. dun 14. ivi'.i.iAiiiii, its rimi St., Now irk. irice One Dollar jwr lloltlf;, sead tat Circular 'ifflil'y Ask for The ttl.O ".eV jMunoawiiisH or mu Ultinno unirary organs -- i'i;.i2dtJ.,f9c'"" '"WVt h'lief. ot you arc lialili a siiatrinir vor!i tU.. ,in. - i I 1 -iiiai We . I u I n JL lyept -J&M:hc rfollowing. goods- to be. I d ,varRlnted bo thc best in 1 country, and cheap : Hew- Bay's Grain Grai, Harris' Mi Fork, AlMCfi DOlfi M PlOW Wisconsin Sasti M Doors, -II illersburtr, O.. June 24, 1ST2 TvTav --k r$ n Mi W WOOCLS .AND 2Tew Room. A Xargs and Complete Stock of All Kinds, Just Received and Opened Out for SPRING & SUMMEli TRADE AT A. Shrimplin's JTEW ST AX J), One Door East of Frey's ouwQiry siore, Where we havo enlarged our room ami In creased our stock. We arc now prepared to oner tne puuue a complete stocc 01 BOOTS, SHOES, ' GAITERS, SLIPPERS, &c. cannot ue exceue-i in quality and prices. hare Plenty of oods of the very bet luskes, and we will not be undersold byanv- lr!cOe Vn imnlila t chnnr r.n mumL Men's Sumnier Shoes, good, for $1.50 iilen's Calf Boots, 4.50 Women's Kid Shoes, 1.50 Misses' Kid Shoes, 1.00 Women's Gaiters, 75c. to 3.50 Children's Shoes, a larce lot Cheap. Ladies Slippers, the best assort ment ever brought to this place, selling cheap. Leather&Findings Our stock of Leather, Ac nranus, a ilonlnv in brands, and we will duiilicate any other retail price- and give you a bargain be- sides. All we at is to COME AND SEE US ! 56T"Wo Are Bound to 3ell."-That our motto, uive u u chance to give you a Thankful for past favors, wesoliclt a rnntin ance of thesaiye. Btr A. SHRIMPLIN. FURNITURE! S. CLOSE, ynopniKToit or tjik Furni rpiIK subscriber is prepared to ail outers of all kinds in hK lino with promptness amt dispatch. He keeps constantly on hand ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE Krora the cheapest CttaUty to the flu est, am. "M"-! 1 w v"i aiinio Kan uepro, f;Ki'V. A splendid article of Bad-Room Furniture constantly on VevV uotioe.. Sila attcutlon given to the business of .H.i..lu,Wur .mi II lllllUb VUUltlS Keill constantly cot hand. Collin manufactured to OtHer, Two gol Hearses kept constantly iu readiness to attend calls. 'Mnlnlll., V...1 I t lt'-l-... , . . . . . . t 30tf . OTjObxi 'Is At it And very you Til At we Job nd burg, All wtylo of AMERICAN WATCHES ! Can be bought CHEAPER ol .A.- 13. PREY everv dar, than of ant one who publishes to sell at Factory list prices. If you want a Good WAtela9 do as others are doing, prove the truth of this assenion uy iryjng. i ou snouia see nis ITe w St ock! Generally, ttitheUt ever shown in Millers ourg. x on can't lau to ooserre tne place, forShrlmpIin's Boots & Shoes are scattered all round thedoorjnsteast of the place where you want to buy Watches and Jewelry I Which for style and beauty are not a whit be- nina iwny vnraen's best.. Look this Way or lis Sum DPractical Tailor, 18 In receipt of the latest New York- and l'hiladephia Fashions for Gents and Hoys. also prepared to get up work in the most ap proved styles. ALL "VVOBK "WARRANTED TO FIT. Ho is still Agent for the weZI known improved Singer Machine. Needles and Oil on hand.' Rooms, in Commercial Block, three doors west of jmil ane's Store. loss. -VtrVXTiSi. Furniture, Furniture, SPEAR & SONS, SPEAR & SONS, West Liberty Street, THEY HAVE THE Largest, Best ani Cheapest Furniture establishment in this section of th State. Their stock is in endless variety, and Kill mv all m need ofFumitun la rail hfe purchasing elsKlterf. They Manufacture All Their Own Furniture, WABltAXT evry piece Their assort ment is complete, from the commonest to the finest. Furniture made to order, if de sired. All they ask is atrial, feeling confident or giving entire satisfaction, K you want anything in the Furniture line, can get it at reasonabe ilgures at SPEAR & SONS, 4Stf WOOSTER, O. GRAND RUSH ! Old and Reliable Stove & Tin Store M. SHOUP, NO. a COMMERCIAL BLOCK, Millorsburc, O. E undersigned Is now olTering to the pub lic the 'EXTENSION," for Wood, 'INLAND EMPIRE," Coal, And all the different'styles of STOVES,. the lowest living rates. ANo, deals In Crates, Hollow Ware, wiiiwil bnumi wcjsiiKiue.. I-UIIIJS, OCC. Cutlery, Coppenoare, Tinware. WeraanufactnreCOPPKIt vitti fs vhiih sell at low Figures. Work and Repairing I Neatly done, on short notice. We do SPOUTING AND ROOFING! guarantee a satisfactory Job evn.'' tine. Saleroom. No. 2 CojEjuerel.1 Hloak. illlters- Ohio. ivr. ssonp.