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Holmes County Republican
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Milleksbct.g, 0., : : Xov. 2S, 1872
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Change in Mail Time.
On ana after Friday,
the mail going-Xorth will clow at 10:43
a. si. All letters for tliat mail must he
in br that time. 3Iail going Soutli will
close at 3 r. M.
T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
Post Office Hours on Thanksgiving.
Tbe Tost Office will be open on
Thanksgiving, Nov. 23th, from 7 to 8
A.M.,froinIialf past ten to 12li.and
and from 3 to o r. m.
T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
New Rag Carpet for Sale.
The I-adies of the Presbyterian
church have 23 yards of new Rag Car
pet for sale. It can be purchased by
calling on the Ladies of the Society.
There will be no service
next Sabbath, cither morning or eve
ning. Preaching morningand evening
one week from next Sabbath.
A gold bracelet a few rods from the
Post Office. The owner can have it by
calling at the Post Office, describing
property and paying for this notice.
Saves fuel, keeps out soot, wind, snow
anil rain and adds to comfort. To.bc
had of E. II. Hull & Son at their Sew
ing Machine room opposite the Post
Weston has some extra nice oysters
just suited lor a Thanksgiving table.
They arc said to be the largest and best
flavored ever brought to this place. He
has a fine assortment of candies, nuts,
fruits, pickels, etc. Give him a call.
Itev. Lemon L. Uhland wife left 3Iil
lersburg on Wednesday morning for
India, wherethey expect to enter upon
misson work. Farewell exercises were
held Tuesday evening in the Lutheran
Church. The attendance was large,
and the services throughout" were quite
interesting. Addresses weremadc by
Bevs. A. L. Uhl, Win. Sharpe, II. S.
WHesand Stitt. Thisyoung;couple go
forth to their'work followed by the
prayers of their many friends. "He
that go forth and reapeth, bearing pre
cious seed, shall doubtless come again,
bringing his sheaves with him."
Be on the Lookout.
be very careful what papers they sign
for strangers. Be sure that there is no
chance for fraud, before you put j-our
name to-any paper whatever. A note
may be made out of your signature
which may cost yon a great deal of
trouble and perhaps money. Be on the
lookout. Such men pass through the
county quite frequently.
Why Don't They?
Why don't some of our business men
have better pavements before their
stores and places of business. Pome of
them look terribly shabby, and are the
subject of general remark, especially
in wet weather. A few brick or stones
here and there would help thing ma
terially. And as we have already had
a foretaste of winter, and know that it
will be on us soon, let our streets and
pavements be put in decent order before
Jack Frost sets his seal upon them.
Ez. Charlton seems to be quite un
lucky in having horses run away with
him. He has had several narrow escapes
during the past season. OnjThursday
evening last his team broke loose from
him and ran several miles before they
stopped, doing no damage to either the
horses themselves or to the wagon, but
unfortunately depriving Ezra of a good
portion of the skin on his face, causing
him to be not quite so good looking as
formerly. This occurred near Hohnes-
A Cure for the Epizooty.
The following is a remedy for the
horse disease used by the American and
United States Express Companies in
1st. Dram muriatic ammonia mixed
with common salt, to lie mixed with the
feed and given four times a day. Feed
to be warm bran mash mixed with oats.
If the horse gets sore under the jaws
rub with spirits of turpentine. A hand
ful of flaxseed meal should also be put
m the leeu. Jveep the horse warm and
2nd. Xaila lumpof assafiedita in the
bottom ol the trough, covered with
leather or canvas. Feed the horse plen
ty ol oatmeal gruel.
Letters Not Deliverable.
We publish below rules 34 and 37, re
ferring to "unmailable and uudeliver
able matter," made by tbe Post Office
Department, at Washington, for the
benefit of those who address fictitious
persons, or initials, or box numbers,
through the Post Office :
34. Letters addressed to fictitious per
sons or firm, or to no particular per
son or firm, are not deliverable, and
should be returned to the Dead Letter
Office, at the end ofach month.
37. Letters addressed to initials, or
numbers, are not deliverable, and a
Postmaster is correct in declining to re
ceive them for mailing.
A Suggestion to Our Town Authorities.
We would suggest, in view of the re
cent seriou3 fires in the larger cities, as
well as in our neighboring towns, the
necessity ol appointing sonic one armed
with authority to examine all the stove
pipes, flues, and rubbish piles in the vi
cinity of warehouses and other places
where trash of a combustible nature
has been allowed to accumulate,and or
der such defective pipes and flues made
gecurc, a3 well as the removal of all
such tinder piles as we have noticed in
our walks around town. We deem an
appointment of this kind of vital im-
ortance, as it may be the means of
preventing a destructive conflagration.
We have noticed stove-pipes through
the roofs of several buildings as well as
running out of the sides of others. If
these buildings arc insured, (be insur
ance is not worth anything, as no com
pany will pay a losi occurring from
such gross carelessness. Wc beg ofyou
to make an appointment of someone lo
look after this matter before It is too
December, opens with four iliapU'r.
of DeForestS new story, 'The Wttliercl Af
fair;' has six chapters of Tinllopc'. hiirtarp
Diamond,'; a Paper on the History of Email
filiation, by Gideon Welles; an account of
ppmc great Knglis'i lawyers, by Justin McCar
thy; Historic Doubts, by Junius Henri
Browne; Ufa on the l'lalns, by gen. Cutler,
and some oilier pajicrs, four ioeins, and the
customary well-filled editorial paes.
Roll of Honor.
The following is the Roll of Honor,
in the schools, for the month commenc
ing October 23th and ending Xov. 22d
Xames with an asterisk attached indi
cate a "rade of one hundred percent.
in recitations. The significance of this
list will be apparent to every one in
terested in schools. It comprises the
names of all those who were neither
absent nor tardy once during the month
We are happy to be able to say, that
this list has been increasing steadily
this month exceeding all others. Xext
month, which is the last of the term, it
must necessarily decrease somewhat,
but we hope that parents will see to it,
that this decrease is as small as possible.
James Calhoon, Samuel Tidball,
Bell Van Buskirk, Lizzie Uetz
Randolph Sharp, William 3I'Dowell,
j-:mmauirnanam, vine AniDorn.
Lucy Teisher. -
Howard Barton, Edward Beegle,
Lucy Beegle, Mary Richeson,
Harry Rudv, Annie Day,
Hattie Cook, Lillie Wliolf,
Harry Smith, Zora Brown,
Flora Donaldson, Jennie Vorwerk,
Ernest Schnorr, Louisa Beard,
Luclla Moore, Xora Reed.
Fred Beegle, Willie Bice,
V illie Carj-,
The following were not present every
daj-, but received one hundred per cent,
in their recitations.
Jennie Wilder, Alfred Gerber,
Vollie Vogle, Lola lloxworth,
Wm. Cherrvholracs, Fannie Ingles,
James Albertson, Alice Remington,
CHAS. LOUIS LOOS, Supt.
An Astonished Elder.
The State of Ohio used to be famous
for its camp-meetings and religious re
vivals; but an Ironton paper tells nsof.
a circumstance which lately occurred
in that locality, which is a strong indi
cation that there is now something
wrong either about the preachers or
the people. A revival preacher, who
had achieved considerable reputation as
to his powers in the pulpit, went to
Iroutou for a week, to "start a revival."
He showed great zeal, preaching ev
ery night during his stay, got a double
row of "mourners' benches" ready,
and called upon his congregation to
come forward. The last night there
was an immense gathering, and the
preacher fairly outdid himself. He ex
horted, and pleaded, and waited, but all
in vain. Xot a soul arose. Finally, dis
couraged beyond measure, he sat down.
At that juncture a long-faced, anxious
looking man got up and said that the
elder had been working hard and la
bored faithfully with them, and as a to
ken of their appreciation he moved that
the congregation give him three cheers.
It was done w ith a heartiness that made
the pews tremble, and the people went
home satisfied that they had fully and
faithfully performed their duty. The
elder has been waiting ever since to sec
Ironton destroyed by fire.
There Is an old superstition that
praise is too good a thing to be given
to the children ; that it is too rich for
their mental and moral digestion.
Some parents are so afraid that a child
will grow proud that they never praise
him, and this course is often disastrous.
It is apt to produce either too much
self-assertion for self-assertion is a
legitimate outgrowth of the wlthhold-
ug of commendation to which one is
entitled or to engender a self-distrust,
or melancholy hopelessness of disposi
Praise is sunshine to a child, and there
is no child that docs not need it. It is
the high reward of one's struggle to do
t ight. Thomas Hughes says that you
never can get a man's best out of him
without praise. You certainly can nev
er get a child's best out of him with
out praise. Many a sensitive child, we
believe, dies of hunger for kind com
mendation. Many a child starving for
the praise that a parent should give,
runs oil eagerly after the dcsiirninsr
flattery of others.
To withhold praise where it is due, is
di-honcst, and in the case of a child,
such a course often leaves a stiiisrlnsr
sense of injustice. Motives of common
justice as well as regard for the future
of the child should influence the parent
to give generous praise for all that de
serves it. Of course there is a differ
ence in the constitution of children
Some cannot Jiear so much praise as
others, and some need a great deal.
It should never be indiscriminate.
Wc remember a wonderful woman who
taught school in one village until she
had educated a part of three genera
tions. ,si,e was one of the most suc
cessful of teachers. But her success
lay in her girt of praising with discrim
ination. A bad boy who was a good
scholar got praises for his brilliancy,
sandwiched between her abomination
for his bad behavior, and so was won to
a better life, and we recall a good girl
who had no gift of learning rapidly,
but who was saved from utter de-pair
by the praise she got for her untiring
industry. Into tbe discouraged hearts
of the children the praise of the teach
er tame like sunlight. And the virtues,
like other fruits, ean only ripen ill the
High D.iddy Chewing Tobacco;
poor man's comfort; rich man's solace.
Sold atstli-ts per lb. by Weston & Fra
zer, opposite Post ojliee. V.lwH
IN TOWN AND OUT.
It gets late early these mornings
Mocking birds lean chickens for
Candy Toys for the Holidays just
received at Vogcrs. 12ti
" My kingdom for a horse" if lie
nasn t the epizooty.
For a good lined orunlined wamus,
go to isaac Aiarx. l sn
Thursday, turkeys and pumpkin
pies win suner.
Poor "Bunny" has to take it. Rab
bit hunting. time has come.
Singular, that the product of the
still, snouiu mate men noisy.
We caution our readers not to eat
too much turkey on Thanksgiving.
Fat hogs are going into winter
Xovember ha3 given us several
snows and some pretty cold weather.
" WHITTLESEY," the great tem
Don't wait till tax-paying time, but
pay your su inscriptions now.
For a good Overcoat, at $C, go to
isaac JiarK. I3tt
By a law which went into effect on
the 13th ult., all freight trains are for
bidden to run on Sunday.
The Coshocton Mail failed to ar
rive on last Friday on account of the
epizooty. Coshocton has it bad.
If you want to buy a nice stylish
suit, go to Isaac Marx, and get a bar
Monday was a very favorable day
for masons and plasterers to finish up
tneir laii work-.
The ilate cold snap was not propi
tious for those who have buildings un
Always something new and nice at
esion oc i razer, opposite 1'ost oltlce.
j aw j
The young lady with sneaking eves
has made them quite hoarse by over
A Baltimore doctor rides in a bu2-
gy drawn by two lively negroes, since
ins norse lias oeen an invalid.
A political opponent mentions an
Iowa paper as being "printed on a cheese
press, witn snoe-pegs lor type."
A tart temper never mellows with
age, and a sharp tongue is the only edge
tool that grows keener by constant use.
An Iowa man who went huntinr
with a horse and buggy killed one bird
and shot the top of his horse's head oil'.
See if you have any poor neighbors
who are suffering this cold weather. If
so, help them out of your abundance.
The time of ice and snow has come.
and the urchins are wild over the pros
pect oi SKating, already they are tinker
ing with their skates, and making trades.
A careful observer has noticed that
youngladies with new solitaire diamond
rings never need much urgiug to play
" Candy-pulls" are the latest excuse
for getting a number of vouns Deoiile
together, and having a genuine, old
A Western iournal offers this in
ducement: "All subscribers navinir in
advance will be entitled to a lirst-class
obituary notice in case of death."
For the nicest and finest lot of
Gents' Furnishing Goods ever brought
to this market, go to the United States
Clothing store. 13tf
Old winter squatted richt down in
the lap of Miss Fall one nieht not Ions
since, and now the old chap is trying to
piay ner a game oi ireeze out.
Persons should fully nreDav their
letters that they drop into the Post
Olilce, as double rates are charged at
the office of delivery if not prepaid.
is as quiet as a "mice." Local editors
have to scratch their heads several times
1 ore- they can fill their columns. Kr.
We furnish Envelops with a Busi
ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as
the blank envelopes can be purchased
Adam Urmson started one day last
week for his old hunting ground In
Forest county. Pa. We hope lie may
have abundant success in bringing
down many deer.
There will be no public services on
Thanksgiving in Millersbnrg. Have
the people here nothing to thank the
Lord for? It looks a little strange to
say the most of it.
The Chicago Times says Mrs. O'-
Leary wonders "if thim Boston spal
peens win oe alter senwearmg that it
was her poor baste of a cow that burned
A poor but honest voune lady, who
earns a living by working on hoop
suirts, in reply to an inquiry, stated
that she bad spent the summer "at the
They tell of a Western boy who
was fooling on a stump and fell off, cut
ting his throat with a knife he held in
his hand. Mr. Greeley had no knife in
his hand, however.
What broad hints some of our ex
changes do give for somebody to give
them a Thanksgiving turkey. Poor
fellows, we hope they have got what
A Xew Ensrland bridegroom, on
their wedding tour, were recently taken
from the station to the hotel in Boston
in a hack drawn by oxen with white
ribbons on their horns.
The District Court at Mansfield.
Ohio, has commenced the trial of the
celebrated Sturges will case, hi which
about sixty thousand dollars are in
volved. A Model bill, made out by an old
farmer against his neighbor, reads as
follows: " .Neighbor a, debtor to B, to
horse and wagon goin' to mill once
since and twice before, one dollar."
A phriend pheeling phunnily pliig-
urative, phurnishes the phollowinr:
" -Ity -Itunatc 4esters 4tuitously -Itifying
4 41orn 4tresses, 4cibly 4bade 4ty 4mid-
auie 4cigners -lining 4aging 4ces.
It really rcouires more delicacy ot
touch, a better acouaintance with the
inner motions of the heart,and grander
pathos of sentiment to make a declara
tion of love than it does to put up a
One of our young men who went to
a party in the country the other nisrht.
says he don't know what made him so
sick unless it was a quart of cider he
drank before supper and several tinfuls
"Who was the meekest man. my
son?" said a superintendent of a boy's
Bible class in this State. "Moses, sir."
"Very well, my boy and who was the
meekest woman?" "Please, sir, there
never was no meekest woman."
It is said that the old observances
of Xew Year's Day will be very much
negiectcu on the approaching anniver
sary. We have heard this said so many
times now that we are beginning to
lose faith in the prediction.
Parties wishing to send money or
ders, by the northern mail should get
them before 10 o'clock a. m. and not
wait till the last minute when there is
always a throng. That mail closes as
For anything in the Clothing line
you can buy it for cash cheacr than
the cheapest, at the United States Clo
thing Store, which beats all conieti
tion. Don't forget the place, and call
at the old United States Clothing Store.
We know whereof wc speak when
wc say that Weston & Frazer, opposite
Post oiliee, is the best place to get a
nice dish of good fat oysters, a good
warm meal, u good lunch, a good cup
of hot coffee, a nice mince or cranlicrry
pie and the best 5 cent cigar you ever
A young gentleman in town, who
was engaged to be married, broke his
promise because he overheard his girl
whisper to another, "I have used the
weed now two years and won't gie it
up.'.' He said he never would marry a
girl that chews, and sin; affirms With
tears In her cyc that she was speaking
of sewing machines.
A musical association is needed
badly in our town.
For a good hat for 50 cents, go to
Isaac Jlarx. iou
Uhler & McDowell say they have
never had such a trade as they have
had during the past ten days or two
There is a certain delicious sensa
tion in seeing one's own wordsin print,
even if nothing more than furnishing
the local items of your neighborhood
to the paper that comes to you every
week. iry it.
For a good trunk or satchel, go to
Isaac Marx. lotf
Within the closed doors of our sa
loons the deadly business goes on Sun
days as well as week-days. hen will
our people awake to a sense of their
duty and crush these sources of iniq
uity? " WHITTLESEY," .for ague and
The epizooty has not been as severe
here so far as it lias been in other local
ities. A "great many horses have it,
that are but little aflected by it. There
have not been any fatal cases yet as we
have heard. It is worse in some parts
of the county than it is here in town.
Ladies' lunch Room opposite Post-
office. Xice clean lunch at all hours.
Mr. E. Rader. of Annapolis, Craw
ford county, O., while digging a well,
struck a "hollow." His auger prepared
a means of escape for a powerful cur
rent of gas, which burned tbe size of a
bushel basket. The air continues to
rush out with a roar, and the springs in
the neighborhood have all sunk two
feet. Bucyrus Journal, Xor. lo.
A cood top buggy for sale. In
quire of G. A. Hughes, Millersburg, O
" WHITTLESEY," for lead colic.
Nov. 21st, 1872.
In your paper of some weeks ago, you
invited correspondence, saying there is
always some news in every place that
will interest the people of other parts
of the county. I do not know how it is
in the "other Mparts," but I do believe
that in this neighborhood there is noth
ing new under the sun, unless it is the
horse disease,and everything is so quiet,
even to the children in school, that the
stillness is oppressive. Perhaps it is
the lull after the storm and because the
battle is fought, the victory won, and
Grant has never been beaten that we
have such peace.
I presume the light fall of snow wc
had the other night was 'quite equally
distribured over the county, and the
same is true of the frosty mornings, so
that it would not be news to mention
them, and I believe the only thing wc
can claim as our own was a corn-husk
ing and quilting followed by a dance in
the evening, that occurred at a neigh
bors house this week, but as I was not
"one of them" I cannot sav Irom actual
observation how much enjoyment was
got out of it, tliougli the participants
consider it quite a success.
As I have written quite enough to let
you know that I have nothing to write
I will stop and wait.for something to
turn up for my next.
the great ap-
Send for It.
The circular, iust issued by the Iron
City College, is beyond question the
linest thing oi me Kinu ever puuiisneu.
Those who have not seen it should send
at once and obtain a copy. Address the
Principal, J. C. Smith.A.M., Pittsburg,
Vnr rt rrnml Tvlitte nr wnftlpn cllirf
go to the Unlted States Clothing store.
Mrs. Southworth's new Novel.
The Artist's Love ; and other stories.
By Mrs. Emma D. E. X. Soiithworth,
and her sister, Mrs. Frances Henshaw
Baden, will be published in a few days
by T. B. Peterson & Brothers, Phila
delphia, Pa. " The Artist's Love; and
Other Stories," will be issued in a large
duodecimo volume, uniform with Mrs.
Southworth's other works, and sold by
all Booksellers at $1,73 in cloth, or $l,o0
n paper cover; or copies will be sent
by mail, postpaid, by the publishers, on
receipt of price. All of Mrs. South
worth's thirtv-five books are put up in
a neat box, cloth, full gilt backs, &e.
Price $Cl,2.i. The following new books
have just been published by this house,
and are spoken of very highly : "The
Outcast; and other Poems, by author
of "Beautiful Snow." "The Lawrence
Speaker," being a selection of Literary
Gems for Schools and Private Study.
'Within the Maze," by Mrs. Henry
Wood. "Wild Oats Sowu Abroad," by
T. B. Witnicr, a scries of Spicy Luro-
peanjl'rivate Letters from the Portfo
lio of a Gentleman of Leisure. "My
Hero," a capital English love stor-.y'A
Lonely Life," by a new writer. "Rome
and the Papacy," from the French of
La Gattina, with a life of the present
Pope; and a new edition of "Beautiful
Snow," with handsome illustrations.
If you want to buy a good pair of
pants and vest, at $4, go to Isaac
Burned to Death.
We are informed of a dreadful coal
oil explosion, which occurred last Sun
day evening at the house of Mr. Asa
The lamp had been burning, but finding
there was not sullicicnt oil in it for the
evening, Mrs. Rebecca Brumbaugh and
her daughter jsirs. i.antz aueiupieu to
replenish it from a half-gallon can
without puttins it entirely out, when
thegas which had been generating in the
can communicated with the flame of
the wick ami carrying it.back to the
can, caused a terrible explosion, deal
ing death and destruction. Mr. Lantz
bail just retired to bed with his two
little children, and seeing his wife and
mother-in-law in llamcs ruhcd to their
rescue. His motlier-in-law, Mrs. Re
becca Bruinbaughji was saturated with
llamingoil and beyond help; his wife's
hands and face we're badly burned, and
he himself in his efforts had bis gar
ment burned from hiin. A stand was
burning, which he threw out doors. A
table and the window casing took lire,
which he extinguished. He then, in
bis excitement, took his little children
and set them out in tbe cold, and went
to arouse the neighbors and procure a
doctor. When he came back he found
his children where be had placed them.
Mrs. Brumbaugh's agonized screams
were heard a mile away. She lingered
in great suffering about seven hours,
when death came to her relief. Ilelle
ville Dollar Weekly.
"WHITTLESEY," the best family
A movement is on foot to give
Stanley a public reception in Ncw
York, Mayor Hall having suggested
it to Common Council. It is won
(lerful how people who knew but
little of Livingstone, and probably
litl not care a fig about his recovery
until Stanley accomplished it, will
enthuse over the adventurous journ
Largo (ires are reported from nil
directions. KosUni has had several
smaller fires Hinco the great one.
Brooklyn has lost heavily bv sonic
of her warehouses burning down.
Cialcna, 111., is partly destroyed bv
Wanted 20 young men and ladies
to learn Telegraphing, to fill positions.
Address, with stamp,. J. P. Aberncthy,
Supt. Tel., Akron, urno.- lw
Fresh arrival ofiChoice .candies and
holiday toys, at Vogel;s.j - 12tf
3'essrs. Taylor & Sharp have just re
ceived, in connection with a large stock
of new furniture, a very handsome new
Hearse and a good supply of coffins.
They are now prepared to attend to all
business in the Undertaker's line. The
Hearse is vcrv neatly and substantially
gotten up, and the eollins are such as to
give good satisfaction. They request
us to sav that all business entrusted to
them will be promptly and satisfactori
ly attended to. They are likewise or
dering furniture every few- days, and
can supply all on short notice. Give
them a call. 52tf
Insure in the Travelers Life and
Accident Insurance Company, of Hart
ford, Conn. James M. Reese, agent for
Holmes Co. 13tf
Look to your interest. Ifyouwanta
Seiciwi Machine solo the Messrs. Hull's
new room, nearly opposite me a ost ui-
liee, and get a gooil one, one that is easy
to operate and easy to run. The c?ean-
est and best machine in me world ncv
cr out of order, and is universally liked
wherever known, and one that will last
a iiietiuie. -iti
-Holiday toys at Vogel's.
Wholf & Millhouse.
Mrs. Wholf and Miss Abbe Millhouse
bavins purchased the Millinery and
Fancy store of Mrs. lloxworth & Wol
gamot, announce that they have just re
ceived a large stock of goods, and are
able to supply their customers witn the
best ol everything in mat line oi uusi
H you want to see the best and ni
cest stock of Men and Boys' Clothing,
go to isaae Jlarx, and select it. l Jtl
The Old United States Clothing Store
Is the place to buy your Fall and
Winter Clothing, at the old prices, not
withstanding the steady advance in
wool. I bought my goods ou condi
tions, allowing me to still sell at the
same low ligurcs as heretolore. iou
will find the largest and best assort
ment ever brought to this market, and
you will find it to your advantage to
call and examine my stock before buy
ing elsewhere. Come cue and all, to
ISAAC jiarx s,
tf. U. S. Clothing Store
For a good lined or unlined blouse,
go to Isaac Marx. Utt
To all who are in need of paper, en
veloiies, Ac., plain or fancy, we would
state, that we have a good assortment
on hands, and arc titting up the room
back of the Post Office, where samples
of our stock can be seen. The best
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SCIENCE OF HEALTH !
Vol. Second, comMenvintf Ja. '73.
THE SCIENCE of HEALTH haUng been
sustained beond our nn-t sanguine expecta
tions, wc are prepared with additional labili
ties for making the enduing id lime retond
still more fullv to the popular demand for an
honest and independent exiMnent of the Hy
gienic System. We shall publish
POPULAR PHVSlOLOdV. fully illustrated
a complete explanation of the 'tincture- ami
fuui'tions of the human v-t em.
AFFECTIONS OF THE EVE AND EAR,
with hundiedof iutiatin-t embracing the
whole range of medical aud Mirgical diseases
of thrc organs.
ALL MEDICAL SYSTEMS, giving .1 his
tory of all the medical Iheoriei that hau pie
vailed in all ages r the world.
DOMESTIC ECONOMY, Household Attain,
Hygienic Cooking, the Selection and Preserva
tion of Food, etr.
THE ECONOMY OF HEALTH. Only
IhoM uho hae ime-tigated the sublect
ean be aware of the ennmuis wate caued bv
-ickiu-.-s and unhjgicnic living. Ily adopt iug
the Hygienic s stein, the people of the United
Mate would sae annually more than one
thousand million', or dollars. Does thi state
ment seem extravagant? Statistics more than
justify it, as we (.hall pun p.
Till: LAHOR PROBLEM. Correct habits
nl living wittcn-me the laborer Health and
Strength,enable him to accumulate bis earn
ings, and become pecuniarily independent.
HEALTH IS II Al'FINESS. Above all mon
etary roiMdrrations t'ever, ! that ol n
-outfdmiml in a Miund lM.dj. Health retorm
i the b-iM of all lclmm.
(TERM. $'J a ear in advance; single inim
bers, 20 cents ten copies, $1.1, ntnl an extra
ropy to agent. A newvduinc begins with the
PREMU'MS. Re-ides Mult Hates, wc air
otleringliber.il premium, ulUt of which will
be sent mi application. luteal Agents wanted
rvenwheie. and cash romnii-imis given.
Sen.f lO.Oid,rs;or, RegMered letter. Ad
dre-s.il! letters to S. R ell. Publisher afi
Rio.tdwav, New Wik. 1
Millersburg Market. Nov. 21. 1872.
FLOUK. B bbl. Retail,
WHEAT, White bush.,
WHEAT, Red, bn5h,
CORN, per bush (new)
RYE. " - -UAItLEY,"
- - -OATr
new, A bush.
CLOVER SEED, bush,
TIMOTHY SEED, "
FLAX SEED'. -WHITE
HAY, f" ton,
BUTTER, (in roll) " lb.
LARD, " -HAMS.
SHOULDERS, lb, -TALLOW,
DRIED APPLES, lb,
DRIED PEACHES. " lb,
RAGS, a lb.
- - 10 ou
SALT, bbl. retail, -
uol, p. 10. -
WOOD, per conl.
DRESSED HOG?, -
3 S04 CO
Cleveland Money Market.
CLEVELAND, Nov. 27, 1872.
The following are the closing rates of Soec!
anu uoTerumeui securities in mis marker
Silver large 103
Silver small 105
Sixes of lbSl, coupons I16l;
Five-Twenties lt2) coupons 112V
Five-Twenties coupons 112 'i
Five-Twenties (lSCr)couions H2;
Five-Twenties (lacs. couponsll4a'
Five-Twenties (1WTI) coupons 115i
Five-Twenties (l:63) coupons 115
Ten-Forties ex. in. coupons 103
CLEVELAND, Nov. 27, 1872.
FLOUR White XX,coantry brands,
lied XX Amber
" lied X, " "
WHKAT So. 1 Bed
44 Xo. S 44
44 Kars, on track
OATS Xo. 1 Mate
I'ORK No. 1 Mess
LARD City rendered, in kejs,
44 Country rendered
SMOKEU MEATS Hams
44 Breakfast ISacou
44 Dried Beef
PRESSED HOGS Etra nice
44 From car
Al'PLES Green, ier libl
44 Dried, per lb
SEEDS Clot er seed
SALT Onondago aud Saginaw, fine,
44 44 44 solar
PITTSBURG, Nov. 27, 1872.
WHEAT Amber l,70al.75
Red Winter l,60al.03
COUX-In ear 48.150
FLOUR White Wheat 7,50a 7,55
44 Red Wheat 8,23
44 Rye 550
CORN MEAL per bu 53aU)c
BUTTER Fresh Roll 23a27c
HAY per ton 25,O0a30.UO
H AMS Sugar Cured 17c
New York Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 27, 1872.
COTTOX Middlings 194"c
Red ainber l,G8al,70
ARE YOU COINC WEST!
If so, take our advice, and purchase tout
tickets over tlie old reliable and innular Mis
souri Pacific Railroad, which i itositiqcly, the
only; Line that runs three laily Kxpress
xrains irom at. jouis to ivansasntj ami me
West! and is, positively, the only Line which
runs Pullman's Palace Sleepers and line Iav
jiuicr & aiuety i iaiiorm ana me patent steam
Scott, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchison, St.
Josenh. Nebraska Citr. Council RhiflT-t ml
uniana wituout change. For information in
resiiru to iime Mauies, rates, ice, toanr point
in .Missouri. Kansas. .NeDrnska. Colorado Tpy-
as and California, call on or address S II,
Thompson, Agent, Missouri Pacific R. R Co
lumbus, Ohio; or, E. A. Ford, Uen'l Passenger
Agent, St. Louis, Mo. So trouble to answer
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
A GENTLEMAN" who suffered for rears
irom iunuus ucoiiuy. i remaiure uccav ,
and all the effects of youthful indiscretion will
for the sake of suffering humanity, send free
to all who need it, the recipe and direction for
maun? the simulcremedvuv which he was
cured. Sufferers wishing to profit bv the ad
vertiser's experience can uo ho uy a(iireing.
in perfect confidence. JOIINOGDEN,
2"J lyr. .No. 42 Cedar at. New York.
The advertiser, bavins: been ncrmnentlv cur
ed of that dread disease. Consumption, by a
simple remedy. Is anxious to make known to
uis leiiovv sunerers ine means of cure. To all
w no desire it. he will send a conv of the De
scription used, (free of charge), with thedirec-
incy win una a Mire cure lor consumption,
astiima. lironcnuis. xc
Parties wishiuir the urcscrintion willitlease
address, IChV. ED WARI A. WILSON,
15) 196 Penn btreet, Williamsburg, N'.Y.
How to Go West
This i an enuuirv which every one should
hae truthfully answered before he starts on
his journey, ana a ntiietarc taken in exami
nation of routes Mill in many cases &av e much
trouble, time and money.
The "C II. A O.H.1L." running from Chica
go, through Ualesburgto Jturtington, and the
I It. & V. Route." runninir froiulndianan
olis through Itloomington to .Burlington, have
aciiicveu a spienuiu reputation in tue mo
ve.irs ns the leadinc lKisseuirer routes to the
Ve-t. At Burlington they connect with the IJ.
&. M. R. R. and lorra the great JJurlington
1 tout p. which runs direct throuch Southern
Iowa to Nebraska and Kansas, and with clone
connections to lalilorma ami the icrritories.
Pasenirers starting irom Holmes county on
their wav westward, cannot do better than to
take the Burlington icoutc. This line nas pun-
Hshed a naniDhlet called "How to Go West."
which contains much valuable information; a
large correct map of the Great West, which
can be obtained free of charge by addressing
the General Passenger Agent, it., k ju.
THE undersigned will write with neatness,
accuracy and dispatch.
Powers of Attorney, Liens, and
Take acknowledgments of lite same;
Protests 2Totes, Drafts and Bills of
Make out Partial and Final Accounts for Ad
ministrators, Executors anil Guardians,
for lilingaml settling e.tates in
the Probate Court.
.. 7. BTITiTi, Notary Public,
Office over Long,Brown & Co4s Bank, Millen,-
At a meeting of the undesigned Judges of
ineuouri oi lannmon i.easoi iiipmmii .judi
cial li-trtctof Ohio, it i ordered that the sev
eral term-of the Court ol Common Pleas and
liitiict Cuurt within and for sun) Ih-trfrt lor
the j ear tT be held at the times following:
Ashland County April H, Sept. 15, Dec. 8.
Richland " Keb. 17, Aug. 11, Nov. 17.
Morrow Feb. 3, Aug. 4, ( let. SO.
Licking .Ian.), Aprils Oct. 20.
Kno " Keb. 1U, May 5, Ort.SUL
Delaware 4 March 25. Sent.2. Nov. 25.
Wnyno March 10, Aug. 4, Nov. 21.
Holmes " .fan. -V, April II. ft I.
Co-diootou " Keb. II, April 2!, Oct. 21.
Deluvvnie County lune 2d
Richland County .lime 9th
Ashland County mneiMli
Morrow County June 19th
wavne lounty . .innen
Holmes County lune 27th
Licking County .JuueSOth
Kiiov County Inly 7th
Co-hoc tun County luly 10th
I. IHRLAM. ! ., . .
ill AS. KOI. LETT, ,JJl"'K'
JOHN ADAM-. )
The foregoing U a true cony of the order on
ilk- in this ollii e.
In Testimony Whereof, 1 have hereunto bub
MTihed my it nine and ullicd the seal
(skai.J or mid Court atMiltcis.iurg, this -11 It
d.iv of N'oemler, A. D. lh.2.
JOHN S. ORR,
( lei k of the Coin t of Holme- Count v.
Nov. II, HVi-iSvv I.
IF YOU WANT
Look Through One of tho
Most Extensive Stocks
In the United States,
Our Own Manufacture
No lone stairs to climb, as we have
Steam Elevators, one lor carrying our custom
ers andone for handling Furniture. So it is
trouble io iooK. ai goou on me upper uoure.
HART & MALONE,
103, 105 & 107 Water St.,
Factory 30, 32 & 34 St. Clair St,
A Nice Assortment of
Moments & Toi -Sties
Of the beat Italian and American .Marble,
ways on hand, and atlo percent- less than
the same can be bought of auy trav
All Materials Warranted JVb.
Shop on Main Street. 1 door west of Uhler
At Wholesale and Retail,
Soid Cheaper Than
JAS. CURRY & SOUS,
Comer of Buckeye and Korth Street,
JAS. CURRY & SONS,
Build No. I
Repair All Kinds of Maclii
nery, Manufacture Cast
Iron Fences, Plows,
When tou hare Repairing to tlo, ou u ill save
moueyby calltn at Curry's Foundry.
Good Work at .Reasonable
Currv's can't be undersold in Lura-
Doors, Sasli, Blinds, Latb,
Shingles, &c, &c.
Hurrah I liixx'z'n.lt 1 1
CASH! CASH CASH
THE KHtM OF
0H1T SPENCER & SOUS,
Paint Valley, Ohio,
Will, on and after the 1st dav of October. IK9.
ill frnnd oHni vtl for tin ri'&ilr li-ix. Hv
doing, we arc enabled to tell from 5 to 20 per
em. less inanou ineoiu fjiera ui longcreuiw
We keen a full line of irnods such as is usual
kept Ina flr-t-clas country ttorc. Such as
Dry Goods, Groceries, 7anlware,
ljueenswarc, Hoots fc oiiocs,
Tats fc Caps, Ready Hade
Clpthing,for Men fe Hoys.
We demonstrate Practically. We will hell
Sugar fur 13 cts. per pound, and other grado
i uni niiin nruwn jiiimiii lur ii uy me uuil
All wool tires HanncN for Itlo per yard.
Fine flanuel shirting in abundance.
A tine assortment of Shoulder and double
Good Kip Boot for $3.
Woiuens Calf shoe lor $1.5.
Ami other till tic- low nccordiimlv.
Come one and all and Ik) com inced that it
pays to buy jour good- from those that sell ex-
All kind- of rroduce taken in ex ch an ire for
good at the highest Cash prices.
vte win nay casii lor an kuiks oi rrouuee
cept Grain. Aiiptes A Potatoes,.
We respectfully Mdicit n good share of the
public patronage in the lutuiv a-t in the ust.
Faint Valley, O., Oct. ?, Ti.
SHveve Tniloi Sliop.
W. 0. HOT,
as removed East of lcpott where he will
CUT GAUM KNTS OS SHOUT NOTICK.
Kcrv urtirfc warranted to lit amlKlvecn-
May:U-Str. H'aj ne Co. Ohio.
ThlFblHl GhHDBKt ft BBt
And Most Perfect Machine Made in
And one that will mate
Button-Holes aud Do Over-seaming",
COXBIXED IX OA Jr.
THE SEWING MACHINE,
Like all machines, when first made, and
did the work for which they were intended,
was rude, uncouth and imperfect, but the
genius of man, stimulated by protec
tion, has not only improved them, but the
having the advantage of the defects and im
perfections of the first, have devised and oris
ina ted new ones, that &Tealtogther httUr
ilmptiftedi neater and cleaptr, so that we
present to you a machine that, at a glance,
would pronounce perfect. At all events
will do work superior to hand work, cither
neatness, durability and beauty. This we
American Sowing Machine,
Which will do all Mork that U donebyany
bowing Machine, and iHisldes, simple and plain
not hard to understand, easy to run, (eltheron
account of their mechanical construction,
not being complicated, or both,) seldom or nev
er outof order, and will last a lifetime.
The Splendid Mechanism
or this nmrhine. and the snucrior skill, work
manship and material employed in its con
st met ion. are a guaranty of accuracy, strength
and durability, and runs with buch ea!e that
mates a woman laugu.
The shuttle, riding in its carrier, is subject
to no wear, and the friction ot a "race
.nrniilcri. The tensions admit of such nice ad
jubtment, and with fetich case and certainty,
mat one oi me great uuucuiuts juet nun
ordinary machines is entirely avoided. The
leea is :uijniainc, so mm 11 win work huh
equal facility either light or heavy goods.
This heiutr comuarativclv a new machine
perons would naturally he a little nspiriuu-
of buying a machinethey kncwbutlittleabout
but uy reicrring 10 me ioiiowingn.imei per
sons wno nave iuee macuincs in me, yuu
be better sat is lied:
MI$s Ann Millhouse.
Mrs. E, G. Sanndcr,
" George Kahler,
" J. McElroy,
" A. Ilenas,
' J. Carpenter,
Mias Louisa Kom,
Mrs. Elder Sharp,
" Joseph Aa.e,
' J. Erst,
Miss H us ted,
G. V. Parkinson,
" Win. Weaver,
" B. Jlcegle,
" II. G.White,
31 rs. J. Cary,
" W. Harris.
" m. w.iirown,
" James Martin,
" M. Low,
" II. F.Calhoun,
" A. Ingles,
" J. C Dnncan,
" Jos. Achemlre,
' M. McClure,
" J. Poulson.
Mrs. G. Evan-?,
" Win. Johnston,
Mb J. Tolock,
Mrs. US. Terry,
" li. iiunmau,
" 11. Martin,
" Wm. Eberman,
Mrs. Thomas Barnes, Miss J. Hartcr,
" uooert I'owcrs, " o. una hi-,
G.W.Mitchel, " C.Crawford, jr.,
" II. Harrison, " J. I'hillips,
E. J. Johnston, Miss J.'l'atterson ,
One evidence ol their worth is the success
that attends them, wherever they go. Other
machines have earned a reputation and sell
their reputation, (and are entitled toit) but
world is wide and we want a reputation too,
and are willing to work for it, and that is what
we arc alter to-day.
We wnrrant these machines to be what they
are represented, and if you will try them, you
Will HUH UlL'V 111 Mill. VIL
J. W. HULL, Agent.
Thpsn machines can be seen at the new room-
nearlv opHite the ro-t OtUce, MUlersburj
O., where also can be seen the
Which conies Cheaper, aud gives sali!act
Call and see them, l'ricirs ranging Irom
bewing machine attachments, needles
:i i ....
HERE WE GOME.
Boot and Shoe Store.
FALL MD WINTER STOCK
And at Prices to suit Ev
We take pleasure in saving to our customers
mat wc nave iut
IX THIS VJOACB,
Antl can suit vou in prices ami qualitv.
Jlen's, Jtot's and Youth's
Women's. Jfisses' ttnri Ch il-
di'cn's Shoes t4 Gaiters,
Tliat A ill not be mulersoM.
We M First-Class Goois,
Come aud see before purchasing.
'00 Sides Prime Sole
Shoemaker's Tools and
The very cheapest in this place.
JKjyGivtu a call and we will do you good.
Mf A. SHRIMPLIN.
Boots iin.l Sues
m wm it
UHLER & MCDOWELL'S,
Millerstiurg, O., Sf pt. 10, lit
FALL & WINTER STYLES
HAS JrST RECEIVED A FVLL USE OF
FALL AND WINTER
All Xcic Styles. Call and Sec Them.
SOMETHING XEW IX.
HAIJt CUJtliS, &c.
Something Very Nice in
GoMaml Black Wristlets. Xeck Chains of a
.10. Ladie-4 Lace Collars. Fanev Bows.lnd
something new in a Neck Tie for Ladies.
CALL IX SOOX, AXD SEE FOE
October 30, lSli.
I'KOl'KIKTOR OP THE
THE subscriber 1 prepared u nil viOci t
all kimK in hi line with promptness aod
dLspatclu lie keeps constantly on hand
ALL mi)S OF FURNITURE
From the cheapest mialltv to the finest, allt-
tlecheaper thau the aiue article can be pro
cured elsewhere. A pleudii article of
Kept constantly on hand.
fiS-KElWlUIXG Neatly Ioue on short
Special attention given to the buine of
Metallic KTceUior and Walnut Co ISn Lent
coutantlr ou hand. Coffin manufactured to
order. Two good Heaves kept constantly in
rcawinos io aucnu cans.
IMITATION HAIR GOODS.
SWITCHES, HAIR ROLLS,
Chiijnons, Braids, Ac.
LATEST STYLES I
Very CUKA14 for CASH at tb
Ladies Call and See Them. New Good
And New Styles.
DAILY liJECEIVING !.
Call and see them before lmyin g el.ewhere.
M Ml !
M M !