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Holmes County Republican
IiO OAIiS . Milueesbuko, O., : Sept. 20, 1872. Notice to Subscribers. Oubscribcrs can always leli 1kw their Ocription account stands, by looking at the ugurvt. ajw.r muroainci on we JV-iu rr:js jaue lusted on the margin of the paper. Those fir ures show the exact date to which subscription has been paid. There may possibly be some mistakes in the dates. If so our subscribers will please let us Know what Uicy are. Post Office Hours. The Post Office will be open at a. ii. arid close at 9:30 p. i. All letters put in the outside box up to 9-30 o'clock win ue mailed for nest morning 8 man Cotillion Party. A cotillion party will come off in Commercial Hall, on Friday evening, Sept. 27, 1872. "Will Vxunx, lw Manager. Foragood lined orunlineilWamus, go to Isaac Jlarx. lw-j No More Stamps. The law requiring revenue stamps to be placed on notes, deeds and ottier in struments of writing, expires on the first day of October next. So that af ter that date no stamps will be required except for bank checks, two cents each Foragood Over Coat, at $C, go to Isaac Jtlarx. uw4 Thanks. The members of the German Evan- gelical'St. John's church hereby say to the good and kind people of liillers- burg and vicinity, that they appreciate their very liberal patronage bestowed upon their table during the fair, and shall willingly reciprocated their favors; The receipts of the table amounted to one hundred and seventy-six dollars and seventy-five cents. For a good White or Woolen Shirt, go to the United States Clothing btore Doors, Blinds and Brackets. Eds. Republican: Please allow me through the medium of your paper to express my admiration of the beautiful and finely finished Doors, Blinds, Sash and Brackets, manufactured by 'Messrs. French, Beed & Co., of Millersburg, and on exhibition at our county Fair last week. I only regret that no pre mium was provided for that kind of Doors, Blinds and Brackets. G. F. NEWTON, Secretary. For a good Hat lor 60 cents, go to isaac .iiarx. cw4 New Coal Bank. Mr. John Horn has just opened out a new coal bank that promises to be one of the very best lu the county.- We have seen samples of coal from it, and we can honestly say we have never seen better and purer coal. .The bank is about three miles west of towny and Mr. Horn is getting ready to run the business on a large scale, and satisfac torily to all. Railroad Meeting. There will be a meeting held, in the interest oi the Lake Erie, Wo6ster& Muskingum Valley Bailroad, in the Court House in Millcrsburg on Tuesday evening next, Oct. 1st, and in Holmes- Vllle on Wednesday evening, the 2nd of Oct. These meetings will be addressed by Hon. M. Welker, Hon. Geo. Rex, Dr. L. Firestone and John Zimmerman, Esq., all of Wooster. Turn out every body and hear Jhis qnestioiK.aljly dis- - If you want to'" see the best'and ni cest stock of Men and- Boy's Clothing, .go to Isaac Marx j, and solectjtlSGvr-i Bell Ringers Again. The Leavitt Bell Ringers were in Millersburg some months ago, and gave our citizens one of their fine entertain ments. Everybody was pleased with them then; and will be glad to know that they purpose returning and giving two more musical entertainments Thursday and Friday night of this week; All who heard them last spring .will want to hear them again,, arid all who did not go to hear them then should not miss the opportunity now offered. Tho music of the Swiss Bells is among the sweetest that can be made, so rich and pure in tone and quality. Such con certs have a tendency to elevate the moral standard In a community. GoV then, one and all, old and young, and listen to the enchanting strains of pure, good music. Death of Moses Chapman. Moses Chapman was born April 15th, 1782, at New London, Conn. He came to Ohio in 1822, having started from Pike county, Penn., June 18th, 1822, reaching Columbus, O., on the 17th of July 1822, having been just one month.! on the road. Came to Holmes county, Jau. 1823, aud entered a quarter section of land one half mile south of Oxford on which he lived ten years.. He was married in Pennsylvania to Ada Coe, before coming to Ohio, on the 14th of October, 1800. .Has had eight children, five living, all of whom are now in this county. He bpd a brother killed l)y the Indians, July Stb, 1782, having been waylaid on his way home from a mill. His wife, Mrs. Chapman died in Septem ber, 1832. The first vote he ever cast was for Jeflerson for President in 1804. Died on the 13th Inst., at the residence of his son O. K. Chapman, In the 9fst years of his age. He was seemingly well the day before, and was out at the barn where the men were threshing. Died of old age. Ii" "Bounce Him Out." Last Friday the town was flooded with bills announcing that an Operatic Troupe would perform In Town Hall that evening, giving a long list of names, characters, with name of piece to be performed, 4c. There were to be 18 first-class actors. All to conclude with the laughable faree of "Bounce Him Out." The hour having arrived, quite a number of theatre-loving per 89ns,both ladies and gentlemen met Inthe Hall, awaiting the rising of the curtain (there were no curtains to rise), when one of the gents stepped out and said that it was not often that they were dis appointed, or were obliged to disap point their audience, but that they were of necessity compelled to announce that their performers had not arrived, and that they would be obliged to ask the indulgence of the audience present, and that they would do the best they could to entertain them. Accordingly Prof. So-and-So was announced to give a solo with guitar accompaniments. iSiich singing and playing our citizens' had never heard before! Then some other Professor was announced. By this, time tfip audience tegan to "smell a mice," apd commenced going out, until finally there was a general stamiwde, The po lice arrived just in Ime to prevent a row. The ''Professors" were obliged to shell out the moiiey they hail taken in. until they had naid out more than they had received, some having got a dollar, and others fifty cents who had not given a cent. The Farce "Bounce blra. out," was aumiraoiy pjayeo. A If you want to buy a nice stylish tHit, go to isaac jiarx ana get a bar gain. ?w4 THE COUNTY FAIR. The Holmes County-Agricultural So ciety helil'lUThlrtcenth Annual Fair in Millersburg, on the JSth, 19th and 20th Inst. Great eflorts were made by the Board of Managers and Officer; of the Society, to make the Fair, this year, sur pass anything that had been made in former years. The people have been negligent for some years past in regard to this matter, and it was with more or less difficulty that they could be stirred up to the proper consideration of the work. Just here we would say that thcrcjsno county in the State of the same size and population, that can make a better showing than can Holmes, it she would set herself about it. The weather last week proved favorable, and the entries kept flowing in rapidly all day Wednesday until late in the eve ning, w;hen the books were closed Quite a number of entries were offered on Thnrsday morning, but as the Board had ruled that no entries could be made after the first day, they of course, could not be taken. The attendance on Wed nesdajVwai! not large' as Is generally. uie- case on me nrst uar, out early Thursday morning the roads In every direction were lined' .with' teams all hedln& towai-d.-Millersburz., Bv- 10 (Tclbckiihe grounds were'eovered with people. Wejcallcdon the Secretary who kindly furn isliedus.wi tli the folio wing synopsis" of 'the enrrlcs'made i- ENTRIES MADE IN THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS. l-AUTJlKXTS. Fibsi Department Horses. Jacks and Mule;. Class .4. Roadsters, 20 entries made. " JS. larm'Horse 29 entries " '" C. Jacks and mules, S en. u Secoxd Department Cattle. Sheen anu iiogs. Class E. Cattle, 19 entries made. " F. Sheep, 3C " " " ?. Hogs, 20 " " Timed Dtakt.mext Grain, Veget ables and Provisions. Class .Grain and Seeds 33 entries . "J Vegetables. 50. . " ".. Provisions 48. " Foueth Department Mechanic Arts and Poultry. CtoMUn Farm Implements, &C..2S entries made. -" L. Mechanic Arts, .45 -entries, 'f Jf Poultry; - .-jot " Fifth Department. Fruits- and Flowers. Class X-Green Fruits, 73Vcntries. , " -O. Preserves, Canned" Fruits, Ac, 23 entries made. "" P. Flowers and Plants, 42 en tries maue. Sixth Department Domestic Manu factures, Fine Arts.and. Relics. Class Q. Domestic Manufactures, C7 entries made, " Xeedle Work, Ac, CO en tries made. " S. Millinery, 4c.-, 5 en. made " T. Fine Arts, 14 entries made. " XH Relics, 1C " " jmi cuifies were connneu 10 our own county and every person before enter? irig'any article became a member of the Society, which gives them a voice in the transaction of all business. Wm. Anderson made in the several departments, 40 entries. "E. Mast made in the several depart ments, 30 entries, and A. Wolgamot, Alf. Uhl, Wm. Ulil, D. Duer.H. G. Saunders, Mrs. Ackeret.E. Wheton and Adam TJrmson made each 20 entries and upwards. The display of Fruit was the best we have ever seen, not excepting tiiet'State Fair. That Is, the quality and variety of fruit, was better than we have seen anywhere. Holmes county can trury uoast ot ner. apples, peaches, pears rapes, 4c, 4c. The principal exhlbi- r ! -w- r tors of fruit were"Wi Anderson, D. Duer and. Ed. 31. Wheaton. These three gentlemen deserve credit for the handV some display they made. Wm. Ander son and Armstrong Wolgamot had as line a display of domestic winesj vine gars, &c, aa'wo' have seen at any fair. Mr. Anderson has a splendid Vinegard, and inarinfactures1 Ills' own wine. He makes some twenty-four differentkinds. The display of canned fruit of all de-. senpuons was goou. ne wouici De very tnaik'tnl if -wc-'conld' have sfich'bread and butter'alt the year round as we saw there on exhibition. There was no lack f pumpkins, squashes, bceti, cabbages, In theMlenartmentTuorexspeciallvde-' fnea ibrJadlesflhfewits an endless yarlSyirtlesIn'act'-Slnipst ev- CJJ Uliuir limb .llCTuit umu liiuiuii; m- gcrscouldrdohaditsplace there. There weyttUTs?nshioaSv'llaHXsilk cm- broidcrJWorsted VqrkV lamp' mats, oypeverletsrjiufo;' Wanf arti ficlakttowers, bonnetsr 'wax-work, 4c. .The'jSewIng'Machlne deparrm'ent was ..'i i:,-ir. --run- xxr. TV. tlioAuieilcau, I tilet"bomestlcs were all represented zfbyione . or-moramach i n es each. The; display of Fine Artsaiid Relics was. fine. 5V3c were particularly pleased with' the fine lot of Photographs and.palritings. exhibited by Courtney 4 Appleton, and Ross Hall. Courtney 4 Appleton's photographs are hard to beat, while the crayography and paintings of Ross Hall are excellent. There were quite. a. lot of relics on exhibition. j'The Millinery case of Mrs. Uhler was verj much admired. But we cannot mention in particular all the. many beautiful and useful things on exhibition in these departments, but suffice it' to-say 'that Floral Hall, was very well filled indeed, and was greatly admired by all who saw it. The sam ples of grain of all kinds were good, and quite a variety of them. In the department ' of Mechanic Arts, 'Farm Implements, 4c, there was a good showing. Several Reapers and Mowers were on exhibition,, amoug which the Sprague Mower was much admired, and which carried off the premium. Mr. J. C. Duncan is the agent forthb:machine in Holmes county. James Brothers, of Fredericksburg, had some fine machin ery from the shop3 of Russell & Co. which are standard machines. There were others on exhibition but we can not name them. Mechanics Hall was well filled. Among the many things wc noticed the stoves, pumps, driers, 4c, of Voorhcs Bro3., and M. Shoup. These all were much admired and closely examined. The Furniture of S. Close was line and attracted much attention. We must not forget to mention that our Shoemakers F. Seal and Frank Froelich had on ex hibition a fine lot of Roots and Siioes, The exhibition of stock was not so large as we had thought it would be. There were a few entries of fine hogs. Robert Thome of Nashville exhibited one hog two years old, that measured eight feet and nine inches In length, and measures six feet and ten inches around the kidneys. He was not fat, but weighed seven hundred pounds. We noticed a fine s-tccr entered by James Uhl ,Hqwas qultcjargc, .annicl Cut ter of llolmcsyiljc, had on exhibition a ycry .large, ifluo bull.' Uinta . j-bk'e of oxen made a fine show. The rest of the stock wcrp not so. fine, although, tjierp were some .handsome cows, sheep and hogs. There were some line horses in attendance, but we are co'niident that there are many excellent horses In the cqunty that were pot on exhibition. Taking it all In njl the Fair has been prn,j poiiiora,', sc inneeUj,ine .wnuie vegetablejcfepartruenti jwasood, but might and ougliCtaliavu beenjfnller. . in- of to If as at quite a success, and the managers feel encouraged, and trust that next year there will be still greater interest taken in it. The attendance throughout was good. A great many doubtless came for the purpose of seeing "the man go up in a balloon." Prof. Scacrist of Wooster, was hired to make a trip in his balloon from the Fair Grounds and was to have received three hundred dollars for it. The balloon created quite a sen sation during the two days, while? get ting ready for the ascent. When the time came for going up, it was found that there was not enough gas in the balloon to take a man up. Several boy: were sent up one at a time, to the height of one or two hundred feet, and then pulled back again by the rope. It was then let up to the height of five hun dred feet without any one In it, after which it was taken down and the gas discharged. Great dissatisfaction ex isted among the people on account of the failure, many believing that he did not want' to go up and did not Intend to from the first, and made theex'cuse that the' ga- wast' poor -and did- not have enough'of It. Whether this be the truth of the matter or not we don't pretend to say. Mr. Scacrist han been up three times and h made -as many-failures, This he claims, is nothing more than all halloonists do. Failures win some times occur in spite of everything. But there is one thing certain, the people of the, county have seen a genuine balloon, know how it operates, have seen it go up, mid know just as much about It, as though a man hid cut loose,'sailed out of sight, and'Tisked his life In getting back to earth again. ENTRIES MADE IN THE SEVERAL DEPARTMENTS. Stamp the Documents. We have'before mentioned that an act pf Congress goes into effect October 1st, by which stamps will be'no longer re quired except on bank checks. There are a great many document;, doubtless now in existence that arc not iegal through neglect of affixing stamps by the nartv executing them. The above act provides tliat,, between nontUd Oct. I,'lthe holder1 of any Instrutneiit 'n writing' of whatever kind or descrip tion, which has been made or issued without being duly stamped, may make application to any collector of Internal Revenue, who is directed thereupon to affix the stamps prori'deel by such liolder upon such Instrument of writing as re quired by law, subject to the provisions of the Internal Revenue laws. All holders of promissory notes, deeds. bonds and other-instruments in writing required by law to be stamped, accord ing to the, provisions, of the law above stated, may avail themselves of this op portunity to render them legal and val id. Money to be Made, and How. fcTne ttttsliurg "People's Monthly," beautiful 10-page illustratedpaper for mc Hume, auuiuiery. gives away To eacn lubscnberar more than its subscription price : an attractive chromo in the sheet (if 'varnished, mounted ready cfor Ifram Ing 25' cents more), or two cliolc'e.home engravings, 24x30, or a trial of .the pa per lorthree months for twenty-live cents, which is, less than cost. What could be fairer? 'Tis a pure, bright, d very popular paper, liked by all who seJt, universally approved by the press and as the only Illustrated papci'of any slipnld'be in ecery western Jttm'lly. Its "HonseSoIdj'and Boys"and'Glrls" de partments ire' valiMbie'features.l Only H"ie dollar and.a half, for a year.S3ood IliVfl AffmitS OH Tlio- mmmluiffll Wnml :live Agents on "big commission wanted every locality. Address'i'Peonles Monthly,'? Pittsburgh, Pa. 3 y The Game Law. Wild ducks -may be killed after the first of September;' Quail, wifd.Ua-fceys, pheasants' and grouse may blxj3lled from the 15th of October until thVfirst of Februarv. " " Doves and rabbits are protecteit from the' 'first of February uiitji-'thejfit of November. " . Ve Meadow, larks and kill-deers?cai be killed from the first of Octobe5 until the first of February. It Is .unlawful to catch quail .with a net, trap, or snanyat any'tlme:" T ltvis unlawful toi kill the following birds at any time : Sparrow, robin, blue bird, 'martin, thrush, mocking bird, swallow, oriole, red bird, cat bird, chewing or ground robin, king bird, bobolink, yellow bird, pewee, or pboeba, wren, kuckoo, indigo bird, nut hatch, creeper, yellow ham mer, or flicker,'warbler or finch. lii Go Home, Boys. :.Boys, don't hang around the corners the streets. If 5011 have anything do, do it promptly, right off, then go home. Home is the place for boys. AboutJho 'itreetj corner and at the stablest they .learn to'lalk slang, and they learn to swear, '.to'smoke tobacco, and to dVmany other, things they ought not to do. 1 Do yourbusiness and then go home. your business is play", play and make business of it. I like to see boys play good, earnest, healthy games. If I was the town' I wouid give the boys a good, spacious' playground. 'l should have plentyof.soft,''-green. "grass, and trees, and fountains, ami a broad space to run and jump arid -play suitable games. I would make it as pleasant aud as lovely it, could be, and when the.'play was ended I would tell them to go home. For when boys hang around street cornersfand the stables theyget slouchy and listless. Of all things I dislike a listless boy or girl. I would have a hundred boys' like a,; hundred yachts? every spar straight and every rope taut, the decks and sides clean, the rigging all in order, 'and everything ready to clip the cable, and fly before the wind when the wind comes. But this cannot be if you lounge about the streets, and loaf about the corners, idle away your time at the stables and the saloons.. . When you arc away from home have some business; attend to your business, and then go home. to Oyster" It Weston's is the oulj? place where you can get Oysters that 'couie direct from Baltimore. 4tf The Iron King. The Voorhes Bros, made a fine show the Fair last week of stoves, tinware, pumps and many" other things which they deal in. Ther "Iron King" is the champion stove and ;is Jbnilt especially for burningBOft'coalrUM kind wc have this county. Mr, Welhouse, the pat entee, was at the Fair and took delight In showing the people the beauties and conveniences 'of the stove.' It Is un doubtedly t(ie best stove in the market. Their Pumps are also t)ie best the mar ket affords ajl grade and sizes, J f The Howe Scwlug Machine, This old reliab)p Machliie has iigaiu taken the First premium at the Fair held last week, as the best manufactur ing machine, Itsnierits .ire well known to all who liavo ever used It or have feen it usei. As a family machine it ias no superior. II, Mcnqez is the agent in Holme? county, Ctf IN TOWN AND OUT. Cider Mills have commenced grind ing. Len Bird sellsbr cash and cheap. Bed 'bugs "have sleeping coaches passes, over an the rauroaus. Tobacco- of all kinds at Vogel Bakery. 5w3 Quite a number of Vermillion stu dents entered i upon ' their, collegiate course at'Wooster last'week - Fresh bread -and cakes atVogeP Bakery, baked every day. uwa .TTlie'man who Jiai nevcf'knowii the luxury rOC.duing aikiudness Will proba bly never know the bliss ot heaven. Plies of new Clothing at 'Bird's 5w2 - Thenlah'tsand'inoriiinsrs' are cool and in fact a little tootmnch so for com fort. 'New stock of choice candles'justre-j ceiveit at Vogel's Jlakery., . 1 owj Don't drink lemonade "when ivcth color in the cun." 1 Poison lurk- eth there. Don't fail to call at the stove store of Voorhes Bros, while at Fair. tf The month of August jut passed is salii to have been the hottest expen enced Jot, a century. - A choice Jot ;of Jewclrv just re- ceiveu at n . jacods. aw- . It is a mistake that all you have to do to be pious is to draw dowu the corr ners oi your mouth and took s.incti muninus. . . t . Leu JJinl sells the 'cheapest in town. 5w2 All of the sportsmen inthis vicini ty are anxiously awaitinir the 15th o October. Game, especially quail, will pevery, plenty. ,11 , , ... i For a'gbodJtned or uulined jilbuse go to Isaac Marx. Cv4 A vote was taken on the'sneciat.train from Xapoieon to the Greeley meeting 011 neonesaay, ana mere was a majori ty of six for Grant. i Go to Bird's to buy stylish Cloth ing. " uw2 It is said to be lucky to marry in September if yod get u good wife and sue gets a goou husband. For boys' suits, go to Bird's. 5iv2 A. M. Dorland was in town the other day .and sold W. Jacobs a fine lot of Jewelry, Watches, 4c, which he will be pleased to show Ins customers, owa For dress suits, go to Bird's, Some are courageous and some are not.i.: We. would like to see the man who would- deliberately allow a' woman to catch. him making mouths at her baby. For a good Trunk' or Satchel, go to Isaac Marx. - uwi We furnish Envelops with a Busi ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as the blank envelopes can be purchased elsewhere, -A music dealer has In his window a sentimental song, thus marked: "Thou hast loved me and left ine, for twenty- live cents. - 111:11 is certain iv iiiu cheapest-'kind of a divorce, and leaves no necessity for going to Chicago, For J the nicest; and finest lot of Gents' Furnishiue Goods ever brought to this market, go to the United States uiotoing store. uw-i Wooden pumps, crates, raarbleized mantles.' copper and brass kettles, press ed ware? coal buckets, knives and forks, spoon's, Japanned ware, etc, at.Voor- nes iiros. 11 Willis Hoagland, an old resident of this county uied 111 Missouri on the 12tli inst. 1 School closes at Vermillion Insti tute tnis wceic. rue annum exhibition of the Pliilo Society would be given on Tuesday evening, and the Excelsior on eunesuay evening. In short, for anything in the Cloth g line you can buy it for cash clieap than the cheapest, at -the United States Clothing Store, which"beats all competition. 3v Cw4 Don't hawk, hawk. 'spit, spit, blow. blow, and disgust everybody, with your rv. 1. 1 . . . . - . - j . 1 vatarrn, aim its onensive' ouur-wiien lit. bage's uatafrh Itemerty will speed ily destroy all odor, arrest the discharge and pure you. -. 578. .1 t' .-v. , - 1 -. . i - j.iiu licpu oilcans are rejoicing over ictories achieved, arid preparins for ircsu ones, xiie urecieyites are ex plaining away defeats. Thi3 summar izes the condition of the two political parties; one confident of the future. and the other soured and disappointed oy tne past. -s Prof. II. L. Henderson, late of Ver million Institute, has accented a Profes- soreITip-iu.'"th6'WoosWrCrnh'er6ity. He was 'among thfe first gradtrater "of the Institution, and although a young man, bids l.'iir in mnt-n n tlinrmifrh nnd tapabitf instructor. Tlfe best wishes of large circle of iricnds go with him, as he assumes the honor and responsibili ties of his new-position. Blanchard township, Hardin coun ', voted on the railroad question on Jlonday of last week. The vote stood : Itailroau yes, ; no, 7 J. TJvtlil vinYrfn: Tim- it Woo!nnlr nf PahB.'a'rid Ve'sti atl 'fl,"00, go to Isaac Marx. Cv4 ? .1. J. G 1 I 1 A It M n i ed Battin & Armor. Mrs. II. Battin and Miss Belle Armor having associated themselves together iortne purpose 01 carrying on tne juii- lenery business, announce that thevhavc just received a large stock of Millinery ami i-ancy uoous, anu are prepared to supply the wants of their customers promptly and satisfactorily. 33tf. "American." Look to your interest. If vou want a Sewing Machine go to the Messrs. Hull's ncwjrppmj nearly; bppositetheJPost Of fice', arid get a good oriel one that is easy operate and easy to run. The cheap est and best machine in the world nev er out of order, and is universally liked wherever known, and one that will last lifetime. , 4tf Great rush for bread at Vogel's On 3 Bakery. The Husband' Soliloquy. To. please or not to please. That is the question, whether 'tis nobler in the riiiud to suffer1 tlie-'slings and scon's of- scolding wives: or by taking up arms against second class stoves and buying that llrst-class combined civil and wood stove, the faui6us'"Ir6ii King," for sale by voorhes iiros., end them. 'TH a stove devoutly to be wished for. tf of Blessings- Brighten, as Ther.Take Their Flight.' The chief ot blessings is good health, ithout which nothing is worth the having; it is always appreciated at its true value after it is lost, hut, too often not bctore. Live properly, and correct, ailments before they become seated or diseases, of the liver, kidnevs, skin. stomach, and all arising from impureor feeble blood, 'Dr.' Walk'efV-'Caliroriito Hitters are. a sure and speedy remedy. has never yet failed lu a single in stance. 4w4 -Choice cigars at Vogel's. 5iv3 us Lodi Academy. Don't decide where to iro to school be fore seiidiiur for one of the Catalogues of Lodi Academy. Five Departments. One of the most complete Classical Schools in the State. Excellent ad- antages in tho Teachers' Course. Three new Pianocs have jnt been purchased for the use of the School one costing $1143,00. Department in charge of Prof. Klinkmiller, a graduate of the Berlin Conservatory of Music. We challenge any school In tho State to show a finer Commercial Department than that in charge of, Prof.. ,Dan Roth of Lodi Academy'. Aucw room'has'been fitted up for the Department or painting and superior vantages are .offered In this bpaijtiful, art. A, 'new,, rerftlfrig'rqoin, containing a full, llstiprtdalllesj week lies, monthlies, 4c, open to all stu dents each day .of thqjtveek except Sab bath. ' First Winter term commences Oct. S)Jst. Board qnly jjq to 2,00 per Lodi, Mcdlna'countyj O. No accidents occurreiFdurlng the three flays of the Fair, SPECflLELECTIONNOTICE Office of theTkcstees of If abdt TOWKSBIP, IlOUIES COU.NTT, O. To the QiiaKted Elector 0 Hardy Tomu&ip, Holme County, Ohio: "VTOTICE is hereby given that the following L written request, sisneil by one hundred 'ixx-uavinir resident Klertors orsaiilTnnn- sbiporllanly, has beeu made upou the Trus tees oi saw roffospip; To the Trustees of Hardy Township, noimes uouniy, umu : TheundersiffneUresWenttii-jiayinclectors f said Township of Hanly, Ifotines Couoty, of Ohio, one humireu in acioi-er, resjiectTulli-.rtj- qnest tnac you consiruci, a xvaiiroaa-irom m point 011 the south line of said township, on the south line of the south-east quarter of I fac tional section number twenty-three (S3) towc- snip nine iy) range teren -a sun mars nir,..thpnf ub the Taller of the Kill- buck creefc to the north line of said township to a stake evea hundred od fifteen (715) feet wet or Ktiiunet cxeec, marcea niaaaL" both of said termini and all of the line of said proposed Railroad ueinjj vriunn tne limits oi ?aid township of Hardy. Said uaiiroad to be constructed as near as mar be practicable uu- nn thf lin xiirrvl and locateil thrtme-h said io wnuip uy tne uxac i.nr, n ooster oua juu- Kingtim any itaiiwny company. That ron aiSnronnate therefor, and towards the vnstrnrtion ofoid Itailroad the Mini of Filtvllioniiaml Dollars, such tnm not exrectl- inirilrewercent. of the assesoi roluatiou of tne real una personal proper oi tain town hiiitir IlHi-rii- lnt matle. Tnatsaid um of Fiftv Thon-anTl Dollars be in bonds of ?aid Township, and that said londs be ordinary coupon bonds and that ihcy and thecouuons thereto attached shall txrnavable Inthecitv of iew Yort. and that said. tonds uear interest at me raw; oi eigiu ner cent, per annum naauie seuii-an:iuau on tne nrctiay of January and July in each year. iitat one-nitn iii-aiBount-cti sam oonc-. mat If to hav.i theH.uui of lea Thonsand liollars thereof, snail run sixteen years und become flue and payable in sixteen years from ami alter the date oftheir eiteentiou. That one-fifth in amount or said bou.l-. that U to av. the, sum at Ten Thousand Dollars thereof, shall run seventeen years and become due ana pajauie in evemeen years, irom ana alter the date of their execution. That one-filth in amount or said bonds, that to my. the sum vf Ten "Thousand lutlar thereof, shall run eighteen years, and become une ana payaoie in nineteen years iromaua niter the date oftheir execution. That one-filth in amount of said bonds, that is to sat, the sum of Jen Thousand iiollars thereof, shall run nineteen jcars. and become after the date oftheir cxecutiou. Tbatone-nfth in amount of aid Iwnds. that s to ar. the um of Ten Thou-aml Dollars thereof. shall run twenty ryear and, Vocomr due and parable in twctitr jearsiroia tbtl af ter the dateof their execiitivu. That said bonds shall beexecute! in the iiu- al and o nil nary manner of executing tow nhip iln of llardr: and Mtuwl hv them, 'aud shall be in number and denomi nation :u follows : seventy of said liomN nuiiibercil coneeutivc- lv from one to eventr. inclusive, uf Are htin- irctiuouars eacn. ana one numiiea aua nuvoi aidiKntl. mimiferctl coneci;tivelv from one to one hundred and liftv. inclusive, of the Mini of one huudreti dollars "each; and that tu each and every of said bonds be attache! the usual and necessary interest coupons corresponding in date and number with the bonds to which thcr are attached, and which counon shall be ig-ueu uy tne written signature oi tne cierk oi auiwHHsui oi uan.iv. That you call a muetintr of the (iiialified elec tors of said township of llardy,IIolmes county, Ohio, at the time and place and in the manner rui lucii uv tan, uu satumay uciouvr qui, -i- ik iifi::.at tne nuai inarc or Holding election nsald towushiiMind ream re said voters at the special elections sq to.txj held, to vote for or against the construction, pf.the proio?0il Kail road,Jand the other nyiutsts herein mnde. 'nnd mac yon give tne nonce uy puuiication, as re- nuireu ov law. xuisreiiuest is maue nnaer tuc provisions or an act of the Ucneral Assembly oCthetatoof unio, cnuwea -.n act to authorize counties. Cities." inCOTDOmtetl Ttt!jlrfc nnl tntpncfirtt tn "build railroads, and to lease and operate the saw.-, jiusscii .ini so i, iotz;auu lortuepur- itosc of aruiliug said toujiship of all the bone its, powers and privileges of said act. , - ... .J ... w a . j. tj. r oornes, l:. C Ilrown; Thomas Armor, James A. EU1, J. Cherryholmes, liuis M avers, J no. V. Voorhe-s, Jacob llttllinger, . William Dix, - " ti. W. Kverett, W-CMcDowt-ll, 1 U. lloaglaud, A.J.ltell. W. 11. Ganl, G. Fehrenbach, V- II. Hull, Li. l-icrce, Alulvanc, Hull. J. Johu 1'. WalkuD. A?U. Kullr. - .- dltobert Justice, : C. Corlius. M. .houp. A. J. atittler. J. II. Xewtnn, John S. Orr, A.S.llalid, U. French. Charles lloe, A. 11. Gonsor, W. K Forbes, J.K. ItaifT, ' . w C. J. Voorhes, J.T.Maxwell, UC Maxwell, Isaac JIaritster, A I! Frey, II U Saunders, F W (iasche, Fred Xussbaura, Heo Adams, D B Henderson, W Jacobs, . W ltrYergin,; . IE K Enos, , ' 4 X 1 Mc(rratct, - J 1 Larimer, A SAlillholland, Klias Ma-t. Nij Kverhart, J A Leopold, II 1 Ablett, bit Weirich. S II Uiorry holmes Jno Fllud'on, Joseph IIiitler( J.m)eE Anderson, ( U Parkinson. H JI jMcCuMorh, lanicl French, James Farra, A Wolganio. Joshua Teiher, T li Cunningham, i (A4rnit, "! fJames Uhl, ' ' It It IIobiiion, Jl J Yoiin-r. Caskey. ueorge scunorr, 11. . esiou, S. Xelson. Joba Crokcr, J. l)f I.UCV. John Tiiylory U. A. JUCI'OHCll. A.Uhlcr. Samuel llauna, John I. Speuccr. W Shire?, George G Jr'arrer, 1. Jolin lJurbus, CEnVorwork, 3 MGUMU. Q iS'ewton. . acou bcnuler. amuel Uartou. Charles L Loos. t.i jiuer. saac Marx. J Hampson, Utiouuson, Hoffman. Thomas J Ererett, AMMaerV l-oliaa, At Jloaglarid, JohnLKorns, Solomon Clo-e, Samuel Lowther. John Coffey, John Cantor, eorce Lichner. Michael Simon. Newton.Johnwjn. G Walkup,'' 1111am aKeuy, etl Fritz. V 1.JL II McDowell, t ( A'ihritnpHn, f Baldwin II error. John Lidv, . w.iui'onaia. Joel romerenc, Dorey Wilson. eorire I toon in. Ilosack Heed, That In accordance with said remesL a mcetinsrof.saiil elt-etor i hereby called juida. Special Fleet on f.r .iiil purto-eis hereby or dered at thcniul place of holding elections said township, On Saturday, October 5th, A. D. 1872, between the hours of fi o'clock a. ii. and C clock r. Jl. of aid day, at which time and ace said electors are required toveteforor :ain t the conjunction of said l:iiiro9d. th borrowing of the amount named, and the issu i ne of bonds as a fund for that nuriMve. and the other requests therein made. Theonimonof afd Klfftnrc ch.nll lio'nro. on their ballots as follows: Jiauroad--1 es." or ltailroart.-Xo-? which ballots shall be' counted and returned, and re-, turn made f-said election by tbeJndgn ami clerks of elections as in other cases of elections. C.S.UHL, l Trustee of G. Y. riNXEr, Hardy Tp . 1I0SACKKKEL,' Ulolmes co.O JonsM. Robinson, Clerk of said Township. AUgU5i;dl,iOtZ. 7 Len Bird has tne nicest stock of furnishing goods in town. v32 Lunch can be had at all hours of the day;at Yogel's Bakery- 5v3 " - & The Old United States Clothing Store the place to bur vour' spring awl summer clothing, at the old prices, not withstanding the steady advance in vool. tItbbngIiti my goods on'condi ioiis.ilowin? inii tii still1 sell .it the same low '.figures, as heretofore, j You wiii.',nnu me,' largest 'ana jDcsl assort ment crer brought' to this 'market; and you will find it to your advantage to call and examine my stock before buy ing elsewhere. Come one and all, to Isaac JIaex's, tf. U. S. Clothing Store. Xevr Hearse. Messrs. Taylor & Sharp have lust re ceived, in connection with a large stock new furniture, a very handsome new Hearse and a good supply of Collins. They are now.prepared to attend to all business in tho Undertaker's ljne. The iicarseis very neatly anu suDstantiaiiy gotten up, and the cofllns are such as to ive good .satistaction. mey request to say that all business entrusted to them will be promptly and satisfactori ly attended tn. They' are likewise or dering furniture every few daj, and can supply all on short notice." Give tlicm a call. 52tf Millersburg Market. Millersburg Market. Sep. 26, 1872. FLOUR, W tibl, Retail, - - .8 CO 9 00 WIIKA'i'H'hItot'bish.i . - . - lOil.CO WIIKAT. Beil. 5 buh. - - LWitjai COltN", per bn?h (new) - 33:140 HAiaEV." '.--- - . m OATS, new, V, busli. ... - 25 CLOVER SEED, bush, TIMOTIIV SEKI), - . 3.01).l1,23 FI.AX SjEEI). ... WHITE ItEANS, " - - - 1 HI 'OTATOES, " - - CT. lAV.Wton, ... .80(ia0(p KiCiS. iloi.. .... is BUTTEIt,(inroll)flb. . -.- i 1.'. .V 1. 1 r, - - - . j AiiS. " 15 SHOULDERS, lb., - . - t IHtlED'Al'l'I.ES.Wlb.. IIUIKO 1'EAUIIES.filk, . .... AltEl) l'EAC'l . 1 1 1-?. - AUS. w Hi. EATIIEKS. lb. S K 5 tis ..1 uxat w ALT, 4 bbl. retail, - OOUtflb. , OOll. tier conl.. IIR1SSEO IIOGS, ' Allegheny Cattle Market. PITTSBURGH, Sept, 4. 1872. CATTLE. The supply of cuttle was again comparative- uv ,1,1 iij, luuiiii. Minim KH lll'mi. I lie ct miptiiHl 1111 fiiirli iii-tlti fn..l.ti. i.i..t naai ly. lr tiot nil tlie gaol raltlu tveru vlcteii ii-uu 111 inn hiij, hum mm iiMi.uc 11111 prices in onic instances at bt'tter price tlian tlunc ' lat week but tbo ennimnn m.lM ,i.n slow at tho ojieniiiz nnil conliinuM toilraall U10 way throiiKh. elllnirntTli8 cont. rHmc iQextrnbutclier' .rock .oM at fmni fiv 11,71,, anil common ut 5 tolljr An roinnareU witb last week, there was little or uoilitlVience iu prko.. IF YOU WANT PTJHSTSTXTKE, Look Through One of the Most Extensive 'Stocks ! . In tho United States, i.-.-'f7' ? -ILL OF Onr Own Manufactflre t , 'X So long stairs to climb, a we have Two Sleam Klevators, one forcarrringonr custom ers and one for handling Furniture. So it 1ft no trounie to jook at 0ou ou ine upper aooiy. HRTi & MALONE, i . i j i l r I03, 105 & 107 Water St., Factory 30, 32 & 34 St. Clair St., 40y SPECIAL NOTICES. ARE YOU COINC WEST! If SO. tntft mir ndriii- .ind unn-ltncA rutir tickets over the oldrrelLJlo mid iK)pular Mis souri l'acinc Kailrdad, which i ptKitiqely, the umj iu.i runs inree uaiiy jApres" Trains Irom St Lriult to KaiifaCity and the uest! and i. positively, tlte only Line whu-h runs Pullman's Palace" sleenern and line lar Coaches (esjecially for movers) equipped with jiuicr s raieiy l'latiorm mu me pat-nc Mcam Urake. fi-Oiu St. Ijmis to Kan.is Lit v. Fort Scott. LawVence. I.ejveiirortli. AtcIii.on. St. Joseph, ehr'ska City. Council i:iutT and uraana irituout cn.mge. tor imorrantion in reyanl to Time Tables, rates. tc to any point in jiissoun. Aansas, Neur'iKa, Colorado, ex as and California, call on or address S II Thompson. A sent. Missouri Pacilic It. It. Co- inmuus, umo; or, ti. a t ord, uen'i ia sender Agent. St. luLs Ho. o Double to answer yueNtlons. 1 1 , . Where, to Emigrate!. i 4- 1 1Vc answetgofo Southwest 3! issonrr.becane the Atlantic &. Pacific Railroad. Co offer I.S0O.0OJ Acres of Land to'actnal settleis. at low price on long credit, besides furnishing free transportation over their road to purchas, ers; thi road extends from St. Louis, through 3ii.onrI Kr VInlta, IndianTcrrttorv;1s being- Coast; ill be out of the trunk lines of the country, rr blocked by saonh the lands along Miisiicii rjiiuiiiy io us uesiinaiion, ine l'acinc luviuaunieimi 1 1t.11 ivi iiic tiiuiiirj , iis inii rilietive as anv in the State: the rlimfite com- blues all the advantirePC n6i-thern and ft. u IU ern latitudes: crood elimatcsoiUiealUilwater. timber, grazing, fruits and flower?, invite you to go to this region. Kor further information adi rcs A. TuCK. Iand ComTr.523 Walnut oireet, ac iouis, mo. 1 'ERRORS OF YOUTH.;v A GEXTLEMAK wl:o snCTereil for Tears from ervous Debility. l"rematnrO Decfts, and all theeffects oryouthnil indiscretion will rurthcuake orfnOVrlnz hunianitr. send. free to all who need it, the recipe anddiicction fqr inai.111 111c simple remcuv oy wnien. lie was cnreil. Sufferers within? toiirolltlir tho nrl. yertKer'aioxpericnce can do so by ai'irirossinirl periect couiiiience. juii. uuuc, 29-Jyr. No. 42 Cedar fet., New Yort. To ConsumptivesS, TIic jiilvcrtiser, Ji.ivinlieen pcrmncntly cur ed olthat itreail dheasc, CoiiMimption, by a simple remedy; ii aii-cioiis to make known to jus jeiiou-suncrers ine means oi cure, to an wlioriesirc it, lie will send a copv of thepre scri pi Ion uftcil ( free of charge), wi tl the J i nsp tionai'orprcparlnff aniluinc tliasjuue, VHii-ti thAV trill Hn.l n kl.lvrinl 'l'ni ".m.innMlAn .stiima. lironoliiti. c Parties wiMiintf tl.c pioeription willplease ailthess,' UKV. KIv AIM 'a. WirbON, . 10) VM JV1111 StreettVIIUamsIjurir,.y, How to Go West. Tills is an enquiry-irhich,ccry .one fil.pultl have truthfully a us wet etl befoie licstarton liIJojurn?yf antL-A mtlcearc t a Lenin exami nation of routes wilt in many cases save much trouble, time and mouer . . The "O.. 1:. A o. it. it"runnin:r from Chica go, through 4ulehurfto-Jtttrlingtun, audtUeJ "ij.a i liouie, ruiiuiu irutn Jiuuanap oils through liloomingtou to Uurlington, hate achieved a splendid reputation in the two years as the leading passenger routes to the West: JVtUurUDgtonthcyt-oiinect with the It: M HJt 1 rand form ttfie great Islington Uoite, Vhich run? dufict1 thioogh Southein Iowa to Nebraska and Kana, ami with cloe connections to Calitornia and the Territories rassengers starting from Holmes comity on irfciclfcontai us in uc h---al n iiblelnftirnTattmi large corrert map of the lireat est, which can be obtained free, of charge by nddre?im the General lissenger Agent, II., Jell. ILK., j;urlington,Iuwa. FTJRITXTLE, At Wholesale and Retail, Soid Cheaper Than u. Ever.Jat .VJU1 ! jas: . CURRTl A! sows, . , WOOSTER:. OHIO. .FOUNDRY & .-.Uikiilt- :3!llfi!l li-j .llellAXD ..niitufi r-5 Machine Shop, Corner of Buckeye and North Street?, JASl' CURRY & S0NS, I'JtOPKtETOKS- 1 . v A Build No. I t Steam Engines ! Ropair AJI Kinds of Machi nery, Manufacture Cast Iron Fences, Plows, Farmers and iMeclinnics, When you hare Ueiialrlnir to ito, on will save uioneyliy callfutratOtrry'd Vonmlry. Good Work at lieasonahlt Ctirn's can't be uiiilcrsold in Lum- DoorsSasli',-llliu(lH,-Latli, .GkJ Shfnj:tcs,':p.'&c.' j, , Tr.v..'V!'.cm.. . , For Good FLAVORING- EX TRACTS, GO TO'TIK Book llll RPWARD Kui'uitveaeul lllinil. llh'o.linir. Itrhinjc or IMreratiil IMli-i Hint In: i:im;"s i'ilk hvm eiy faIN to cure. It i lirepareil eiuvy to t'lire tlio l'lli4 'ittul nothing $1.1)0. Milibjlill DriirBUH. 11 lee, 31)1 . r v e And ."EXCELSIOE" COENER. Staple &, Fancy IT7 " ' DEY GOODS i J i) Groceries, CARPETS, CARPETS, Oil . ZZIAZX Hats, and Caps, Boots & Shoes, Notions, i&oLV,,&,c ' Cheaper Thalinhe . . Cheapest, yt h h WMWer&Co. Jlillersbnrff, O., Sept. 10, 1S73. UP-STAIRS 5 V? A H VI O MRS. mZLER ASVST IiEdElVrS 1 ITZL L1XE OF FALL AND W I N T.ER CHIG2TOXS. BRAIDS, A JTAIJt CUHJjS, c. Something Very Nice in -. :si. dewelry.M GolilanU ElackVrisllets.Xect Chains or a , - jieanurmsirie. ' Also. Tallies' Ijrc Collars. Faner 15ows. ami ?iuiv.iiiii5 ncH iu a .'i-cn lie mr J-.aillC'. CALL IX SOOX, AND SEE FOIi , . , -XOUJISELITES. , , f-i ..i : . i fi it. if fi i )!i'. ; E. UHLER, September 10, 1672. GRAND RUSH ! TO THE Old. and Ieliable Stave & Tin Store M. SHOUP, NO. 2 COMMERCIAL BLOCK, fTlIIE.iinaojf Igaed is nowoffering.tQ the pnb- EXTENSION," for Wood, 'INLAND EMPIRE, V, Coal, If And U the differcnt'styles of STOVES, At the lowest living rales. Abo, deals In Crates, Hollow Waro, Union Churn, best made. Pumps, &c, &c. Cutlery, Cojtpcrware, Tinware. f . . : ? Wemanuf.ietiireCori'En KGTTI.KS, which wll at teiie Hpiri-j. Job Work and Repairing ! Neatly dope, on short notice. We do SPOUTINC AND ROOFING! guarantee a talWactory Job eve;? time. Saleroiiut 'o. 3 Commercial llloclk, MlUunt. burg, Ohio. ivr. anoup. 1 i onn-lanll AMERICAN TMiiesLGleapstifiest, And Most Perfect Machine Made in th World. ALSO, A SEWING MACHINE, Anil one tbat will mate Button-Holes and So Over-seamlnj, COXBIXED IX OXE. THE SEWING MACHINE, Like alt machines, when first made, and that did the work for which they were intended. was rude, uncouth ami imperfect, but the in vent ive genins of man, stimulated by protec tion, has not only improved them, but the last haTing the advantage of the defects and 1m perfections of the first, have devised and orig inated new ones, that arc altogether tetter, wore tlMjitiJifd, neater and eJteaper, so that we can present to you n machine that, at a glance, you would pronounce perfect. At all events they will do work superior to hand work, either for neatness, durability and beauty. This we do iu the American So wine Machine. Which will do all work that is done by any Sewing Machine, and beside?, simple and plain not hard to understand, easy to run, (eitheron account of their mechanical construction, or not being complicated, or both,) seldom or nev er out of order, and will last a lifetime. The Splendid Mechanism Of this machine, and the superior skill, work- mausmpami materials enipioyeu in us con struction, are a guaranty of accuracy, strength and durability, and runs with such ease that it makes a woman laugh. liiesnniue, riaing in us carrier, is snuject to no wear, and tne friction of a racc" is avoided. The tensions admk of tuch nice ad justment, and with such eae andecrtaintr. that one of the great difficulties met with in ordinary machines is entirely avoided. The joeu is aujnscaDie, so mac it win worKwim equal lacuity eitner iignc or neavy goous. REFERENCES. This being comparatively a new machine persons would naturally be a little suspicion of buying a machine they knew but little about hut by referring to the following named per sons woo nmu me?c maciuues in use, you can oe ueucr Fausucu; Mis AnnMillhouAC, Mrs.T. 15.3Ioore, " 31. W. Brown, " James Martin, " A.i:, Frey, " M. I.OW, " II. F. Calhoun, " Jos. Adam-, " A. Ingles, " W. J.Ctftlrtney, " J. tJ Duncan, " Jos. Achemire, James Murry, " Fnrdy, " M. McClnre, " J. 1'onlson, Miss Sutherd, Mrs. O. Evan!. Miles, E. Barnes ' 11. Hillver. " V"m-.Iotiutont Mbs J.Tolock, Mrs.C S.Terry, " It. Huffman, " II. Martin, " S.J, Wiler, " Wm. Elwnnan, Iline?, 3Iiss Steinbring, Mary 3Ioran, Mrs. Thomas Barney " lEobert Fowers, " . W. 3Iitchcl, ' II. IIarrion, E. J. Johnston, Mrs. E.G. Saunders, " ieorgc Kahler, J.McElroy, " A. Ucnas. ' J. Cananter, "J.Stuart, Miss Louisa Korn Mrs. Ktder Sharp, John llanua, " Jocph Axe, Win. Fox, " .1. Krst, " JohnStifflcr, ' Knnlng, II. S. Weston, Miss I lusted, " Adtler, Mrs.irobert Karr, " O.U. Parkinson, Urlch. " Wm. Weaver, " Barnct. " L. Seeilcl. " J.E-Fillis, " B.Becgle, II. G. White, 3Iary Ernest, Johu lleid, 3Irs.J.Carr, " W. Martin. W. Harris Miss J. I farter, S.E. Williams " U. Lrawionf,jr., ".J. rhiUipN 31 iss J. Fa tteravn , THEIR SUCCESS. Onoevldeucrt oi their worth Is the success that attends them, wherever they go. Other machines have earned a reputation and sell on their reputation, faml are entitled to it) bat the world in wide aud we want a reputation too, and arc Willi ne to work for It. and that is what we are alter to-day. newnrranEincse macnines louewnacmey are represented, and If vou will trr them, vou will find they will snit you. J. W. HULL, Agent. These machines can be seen at the new room. nearly opposite the Pot Oflice, Millersburg1,! j., wnere aiso can ueseeu sue "Wilson Xacliine9 Which comes Cleaner, and jrlres salifaction. Call and see them. Frices ranging from $45 up warns. Sewing machine attachments, needles and oil kept on hand. l'..f!:w-.'T ohoYL J 'J JtSTThe followin'r coods to lie harf only at Haups'ter, Rcdt &'Co., and warranted to be the Lest in the country, and cheap:. Harris' DoisHarp! Hay Fori, Millersburg, O...Inne 51. 1ST3 FURNITURE ! S. CLOSE, rnorniETon op the rpilK siiberiber U prepare! to fllloplersot all klmU in lil line with promptness am: dispatch. lie keep constantly on hand ILL KINDS 0P1WITKRE From the ehoaiwst nnalit.r to tho Unest, a lit tle cheaper than the same article 'can benru. curel elcwhcre. A splendid article nf Bed-Room Furniture Kept constantly on hand. j&SrUKl'AIKIXfl Xeatle Done on short nmu-e.. pedal attention given to the business of Metallic, EceMor and Walnut Collins kept on hand. Collins manut'acturel to rdir. Tvo goml lleaies Lept cou-tantly in readiness to attend calls. SUlf it ;Ci Old JS. CLOSE, NEW FIRM AND NEW GOODS. W. Jacobs & Co, Have Just received a large stock of & In GOLD and SILVER Cases. Cold ami Silver Charms In abnndance. A, large assortment of Studs, Buttons, line Gold and Silver Kings. Gold Bracelets line gold Jewelry, in sets (or in part). Charms, silver Thimbles, Gold Pens Spectacles, Ac. Nichol and Plated Ware, We continue to sell ELGLV & WALTHAM aiches at Factory u-t prices. Call and see our stock of Gools before purchas ing elsewhere; 5 to 100 per cent, saved by so doing. WATCIIES A, SPECIALTY. We do as we wish to le done bv. Watcher Chronometers, Clocks Jewelry, Ao, repaiml on tdiort notice. AH work and goods war ranted. Look for the big Watch and Spectacle sign, THAT'S THE PLACE. W. JACOBS & Co. Furniture, Furniture, At SPEAR & SONS, At SPEAR & SONS, West Liberty Street, TIIEr JIAVE THE Larpst, Bast M Chjest Fnrnitore establishment in this section nfthA State. Their stock U in endless varietT. and ta jwy ait In need of furniture to fall before purchasing el'chere. They Manufacture Jill TJieir Uuni Furniture, And WARRANT every piece Their assort ment is complete, from the commonest to the very finest. Furniture made to order, if de sired. All they ask is atrial, reeling confident of giving entire satiract ion. If you want anything in the Furniture line, you can get it at reasouabe figures at j - : ii i-'.-i-A J. SPEAK- & SONS, 4Stf WOOSTER, O. Voorb.es Bros. (Successors to Voorhes A Hudson,) STOVES OF ALL MS, AGEXTS FOR ZRQ2T ZSZ2TG! Warranted to give satisfaction. Hare a good av-ortment or TIN A K E : Pumps, giro Brick, Tilo Pipe. Agents for best Manufactures of Ranges, ''Heaters, " &c. Repairing &Boofingf Done on Short Xotice. Copper, Rags and Iron Wanted. nil call. SmS Now is the Time TO SECURE Great Bargains ox Dress Goods AND WOOLEHS, Preparatory to mak- for FALL ins: room STOCK. L. MAYERS.