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HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN.
H. 6. White, T. B. CnBBinghun, ""' ' urrocs akd norauxau. , . . . MiLLEKSBrsa, O., : : Jan- 30, 1873. COLFAX. . ; . c Vice-President Colfax is as fair minded a man as lives. c We hare no doubt that bis speech about the Credit Mobilier ' business last fall, and the" te6tMffiyTie!lias"given lie fora. the Po haul Committees strictly accord with the facts -as'he under stands them. As to the discrepancy between his recollection and that of Mr. Ames, we should unhesitat ingly j place greater trust in the memory of Mr. Colfax. " REDUCTION OF INTEREST. - The Bank of England has reduc ed its rate of interest to four per cent., the' lowest point reached sincj: last October, when it was up to ev en per cent j There has also been aa easier condition in the New York money market for a week or more, and if Congress will passMr.'Mon- roe's bill -"for twenty five millions more 'national bank currency, and Mr. janisworth's bill allowing the banks to D3e bonds as one-half their reserve, the whole country will find relief from the "hard-times" that have so long pressed upon its 'indus tries and trade. V .'., THE FRANKING PRIVILEGE. 1 The bill to abolisli 'the franking privilege 'as passed by, the Senate, provides that , from and after, the first of next July all official corres pondence, and mail matter of mem bers of Congress and -other public officers, shall be'eharged the jegular postal rates : and that no extra com pensation suau be allowed to Jena tors or iiepreaentauves to cover their postage bills. The Houbo bill does not contain the proviso 'last named.1' ' Bcsides''this the Senate bin differs from that of the , House only in ' some ' uaimportant details, which will, not interfere . with the immediate .passage of .the measure as amended. .-.i, The action on the part of Con gress carries out tUe, declaration of the Republican platform of the last campaign. The reform is due to the "Republican party ' measure, some Democrat9j' however, voting ,in fa vor it. ."""Then relieved from the weight,, of public documents which load down the mails without paying postage,1 the postal" department ' of the government will be able to make a better showing in the balance of expenditure and receipts.- n-'-t I GEORGIA NEWS. i' Georgia responds to Missouri in sending up a Democratic Senator to take his seat in the Forty third Con gress next March. General' Gor don and Colonel Bog, tlie ' Demo cratic members,, will be loqesome among so many Republican associ ates, returned, most of them, ' for their second or third terms. :'' A.;H. Stephens was the leading Democrat ic opponent of General 'Gbrdoni and would probably have been elected but for his opposition to the Cin cinnati movement last year. He re ceived 86 votes to 112 for - General Gordon. Mr. Stephens has, how ever, been nominated for Congress. in the Eighth Georgia district,which is strongly Democratic. u : His elec tion will be a signal instance of the restoration of rebels to powerthe ex Vice President of the Confeder acy; returning to a seat in the Uni ted States House "of ' Representa tives!.. That is about as far as am nesty can go without elevating the chief : rebel himself to the1 Presiden cy as Grant's successor.' " By the way, bow little we hear, or have need to hear, about ''reconciliation' and "cjasping hands across the bloody chasm" of the war, since the Greeley coalition burst asunder. DEVELOPMENTS OF COAL AND IRON. The development of the coal and iron, interests of the country is in its infancy. '- No coal was used in roe Linitea states for steam purpo ses forty years ago; 'wood being the only fuel used for generating steam for manufacturing 'and 'other pur poses.- But from the small begin ning of three hundred and sixty five tons, produced in 1820, the pro duction has grown to nearly twenty million tons-annually, valued at not less than $100,000,000. It is already ascertained that .the production of. coal, this year, will exceed that of any former year,, the home produc tion having been: stimulated by the high .iprice of foreign -coals. The production' of iron depends upon the facilities created for transporting it."'1 Wherever these conditions exist the production of crude iron will become a profitable business, as it already is in Pennsylvania and Missouri., , The uses of iron have become sq varied and extensive that the- article now ranks among the necessities of life, and no doubt the day is not far distant when the pro duction of that article may have more business attractions' than tne production of almost! any other com modityj'.. , , Florida's debt is $ I,500,000,'! ex clusive of aid to railroads. ' ' ' ' The offlce of State printer has been abolished in Kentucky. There are three thousand writers in the ' Sandwich Islands. .An epsom salt deposit has been found in Mineral Lake, Grant coun ty Wisconsin,, . ::v,. : ! The gospel is so far from per mitting ns t(f persecute those who- hate; ns,that ittorbids to hate those who persecute fast Iowa is the fifth State in the Un ion in the number of newspapers. New'i-York has 951 publications; Pennsylvania,514; Illinois,518,Ohio and Iowa,808. . ,' Kettle-drum parties are becoming laslnonable in Washington. , i:Tuey are Of English origin, and imply .an entertainment wheie bread and but ter and" tea are the only refreshments offered. ! " " DEVELOPMENTS OF COAL AND IRON. THE IRON TRADE. """An interesting review of the iron trade has justbCSnpubriShW.- Tire census returns show there were 2,- 040,1 23tons of pig iron made in the United States during 1870, and 3t- 210,91$ tons of iron ore mined. Of these products Pennsylvania furni shed more than one-third. JSlichi gan j which is credited with 690,00A tons of ore, shipped last year 89G,- 3'jrt3ns7anJ mrnea'nearly"' 000. It is estimated that the- quan tity of ore raised in Missouri has in creased to 400,000 tons, and that New York added 50 per cent, to the 470,403 , tons,, reported for. 1870. Matty. : iron: , smelters, particularly tne&e - of western'- - renn- sylvan ia, are now" sufrering from' a scarcity of ores, the' demand haying proved'greater than the mines were able, to, meet,,. There is however, good reason to expect that the coun try will soon be so far developed as to Idrnish otir iron furnaces with all the iron" ores they 'can ' consume. COAL FAMINE IN ENGLAND. ' The coal famine, in England,, be gins to excite attention in Germany and .-, France, - both. . which ; latter countries import a considerable part of their coal, and how seek to stim ulatc more home production; " Ger many , with nard work and t much cost, gets out about 2ft,000,000 tons a year. . France floes better, but her gradually increased .production is outrun by an increased ratio in con sumption; Tons,-H is said, that in 1814 France producee 681,00 tons f coal, .and consumed . zu,3iz,uuu, France has greater ascertained min eral resources than Gqnnany, but has not yet -handled them with sufn Seicnt energy it being said, for exam- ple,that Germany is now conducting abbntoris hnndrcd' and forty fresh borings, "to only "'five in'. France. There will, erelong apparently, be a large market, in both countries for American coal. .n-n. -i.ii: HEW CLOSELY. Just now the country seems' in a mood for revolutions in' the cause of purity and national' honor!'' Even Congress' itself Is beginning tq. ap ply the scalp to its own. cancers..,, It is to be hoped, the, purpose which that body apparently ennces of pun ishing bribery and corruption may turn out' to be something more than a mere momentary spasm of 'indig nation and virtue. .. The Senate,. for instance, should hew squarely to the line in its. investigation in. the case of Caldwell 'and others, 'no matter into whose face: the clifps may fly. There' are' also some ' very "grave pharges of corruption .sgaiostena- tor-:elect Bogy, ot Misaouriy which that body, for. its own honor, must fully investigate-'-beforei he -is per bitted to'occripv1 a' sfcat in the' Sen; ate Chamber, sincc'the character and dignity of Congress is brought into disgrace whenever a member, clect- d by corruption, is suffered to, re tain a seat in it. 'i - ? ; RAILROAD BUILDING IN 1872. The extension of railroads 'dur insr 1872 was much less 'than" had been expected. '' Only ' 7,613 miles of new roads were built, against 7, 878 in 1871 and 7,433 in 1870.. We haye now a total lenght of 70,178 miles, ;with 43,000 more in progress inaking: the entire length, -when : all the toads ' are':;completed, 113,178 miles'.' vTllinoisfas a'greafer length road(6,90l) miles than any. other state.Jfew York, the second on , the list havino iust 2j000 i;less. , .Rhode Island has 189 miles. In the Unit ed States, as;a whole," there is one mile 'of' railroad' tb' every 2. square miles 550.8 inhabitants' arid f 202,541 of property valuation. . In, the states alone there is ouq.iBile; of road to every . i28.6 -. square .miles of territorvf. W-: 1 ' 'The progress of railroad building has been very1 rapid since '1848 although it" fell off greatly during the .waiy and only about, one , i pkon sand'miles per annua! were added ot ihat' period.i Since then, however,it has ' advanced " With ; astonishing swiftness. ' We have now a mileage' more than four times as' large as' that.., of .Great Britain ,and .more than five times,as large. as that of France . or ; Germany. . With '. .the growth of the syBtem 'lts cost - has also increased,' but 'bur ' roads are still the1 cheapest in." theorlda fact' not, altogether satisfactory,. The earnjngs .of, nineieeij,,.,Wding. roads for the year ending Jfovemb-i er 30th show a net increase of $12, 911.302, -'' "! "''' ' " " TAX ON DIVIDENDS. '' "The act of-tJbngress'of Brarch id, 1866, imposed a 'tax -on dividends and coupons, of railroad and certain corporations when those dividends and Coupons belonged to 'non-resi dent aliens.' Eighteen months ago it wa's first discoverd jlhat , the Tpw York and Erie Railroad company, had neglected to return their stea ling interest and pay tax en the same. Assessment was at once Ordered and made Oh all coupons falling due within fifteen months of the time, ,61' the assessment. Owing to a statu tory limitation tho. assessment on the rest was barred. The Conimis: sioneeof Internal Revenue has' direc ted the District Attorney at New fork to commence action against tlje company, in appropriate, form,,. for the recovery .of thp amount, the, as sessment of which was barred. The amount involved is nearly one hun dred thousand dollars."1 '" ; "' '", The: present military' force. '6f Michigan is all eomiirised in twelve companies of militiary.",-The' State iB on a peace footing. " 1 ' " All the journals express theirf in dignation; : la' the strongest terms.at the heartless' conduct of the ' Cap tain of the link uowh steamer which sunk the Northfleet.'" Tlie "govern ment has offered .a reward, tor: the discovery of her lianie. . Sixty , sur vivors of the ill-fated emigrant ship, have arrived in London. TAX ON DIVIDENDS. THE NEW FIVE PER CENT. LOAN. It is given out from the Treasury Department; says the the Cleveland Leader, that arrangements have been completed for negotiating the remaining $300,000,000 of the new five per cent. loan. Mr. Boutwell at first intended to put on the mar ket two hundred millions, but the American and foreign bankers bid digg for ther loss .having combined and assured, th government of their ablfity to' place the ' whole amount, the entire three hundred millions will be issued. ; The contract of the government with the syndicate is complete and signed, but its terms are not officially known to the pub lic. They are,however,said to be the same, with some slight modifications favorable to the government,as those on wnicn tne. previous synaieate negotiated the first , two hundred millions of the loan. In proceeding with this business in this manner Secretary Boutwell has the concurrence of the President and Cabinet, and will be. supported by Congress and the public opinion of the country.- The first cost of placing so large a loan "bears no pro portion to the saving effected in the interest by replacing a six per cent short bond with a five per cent long one. While for the first year,' the Government may make nothing, in the lone-run it is-Terv largely the gainer by th? transaction. There is no-loUut- tfeiit the -whole loaa will, be placed within ninety days, and then our six per cent, bonds will be retired and cancelled.1'1 Hold ers of these' bonds may expect early notification of the stoppage of inter est as the Secertary will call in the oulstandins; 6ix per cent, as .Last as the receipt of the new fives enables him to take them up. - - ; " The' announcement "of the new loan produced an ' immediate' effect upon our securities in London,where they were excited and higher im mediately.,: This, indicates a large foreign demand for the new . bonds; which will be-preferred to the five- twenty per cents by many investors on account of having twenty and thjrty years to run. with no option on the part of the government for earlier recall..;. -. , i : It can hardly be doubted that far more of the new fives will go out' to Europe than enough to replace the sixes that will be called in from the same countries.:, This will make for eign exchange easy, and check ship ments of gold on'Eurepean account. The effect of these negotiations in this country will nndoubtly be to transfer a large amount of capital from government ' to , railway and other mortgage securities, where higher rate of interest can be realiz ed. But there is no reason to appre hend any tighting Of tlie money market on account of these transac tions. The rapidity with which the exchange will be. effected, will not pre m it the money used .in it to lie long idle, or to be locked up by any party, and -ultimately it must all find its way into the hands of the hbjders of the five-twenties which are to be; recalled, to be . by them used. or. reinvested as they choose. A STRANGE CASE OF FRAUD A Mother Cheated Out of Her Child— Who Has Lost a Little Boy? Who Has Lost a Little Boy? [From the St. Louis Democrat] The Mayor has received the fol lowins letter from a distressed mother in England: . - LONDON. December 27. 1872. .1 : Sib. -i must apologize for ttus troubling you, but the distressing circumstances force me to do so. Three years ago my husband, Rob ert John Bullen, left England for Amenca.taking with him our young est child, tuen lust turning seven years of age. On the : 23d of last month he 'returned, 'bringing with hVm a'little boy, a tender; delicate. loving child, but not ours. He is fear, stolen' from' some institution. I learn from him something of the "dormitory No. 152." I think he had been in very goods hands. He reads tolerably, and says the Lord's Prayer correctly. My husband came as he went, without telling ; me of his mtestion, and the guardians of the parish have called it desertion. I am most anxious , to., know what has. become of my . own , child. My husband says: nothing more than "that is S alter when I ask. him. The. child be has -brought is not more than eight years of age, light curly uair, aunt eyes, lignt orown but dark lashes. '' He has many lit tle moles about him, and some scars on the fingers, as if from cut, one on the instep and one on the' lower hip." I m sure they will be sorry to lose him, he is such' a lively little one, but with my husband be 'will be tausht''much that is evil and moreover he Is very cruel and tyran nical. They came over in the Erin Tl am told, but I am not sure if that is true. 1 will do my best to keep watch over, him, but :n)y .husband has . separate apui tmeuts, and he may'at any lav or. hour, go awav from the house he now inhabits. have acquainted the police in my district and I have been before a magistrate. . The result at present dop't know. I went because I fear ed violence to the child and myself He has spokeri 'the child) of a Pe ter and ft John; He readily replies to' my own child's name of Walter. Will 'you kindly make inquiries Tor rnc if any sut-h a child as Walter Bullen or Bolleyne has died in your establishment? The child answers to the description of the little one havo; but mine is' ten and a half years old, and taller. ; - Yours respectfully. MRS. R. J. BULLEN. I ; A man who claims to bo a Mala3 and to. have boen traveling compan ion of Dr. Livingstone, is lecturing in Monroe County, Michigan. In new well,in Jewell county .Kan sas at the depth of forty feet, the diggers recently threw out some rare etnned specimens, consisting of three large grubs, an oyster,-a lizard of some strange species, and a croco dile's, foot. i- .if. - l.fi. ..; ', The Atlantic and Great Western Railroad have set out upon the ex periment of cheap transportation fur passengers.- : Their price is three dollars from Cincinnati to Cleveland against eight dollars charged by the other. companies.,, ilt is, unless all signs fuil. tp be a tough fight OHIO LEGISLATURE. SENATE. COLUMBUS, January 23d, 1873. The Senate bill by Mr. Jones of TrumbulL for the protection of sub contractors, laborers.boarding house keepers and others, in their claims against railroad companies and con tractors, having been reported from the Judiciary Committee which re commenced its passage, it was read the third time and passed. The benate bill by AlrHardesty, authorizing the trustees of Brown township. Paulding county, to levy a tax and borr.iw money for bridge purposes, was read a third time and passed. .. .. The fcenate bill by air. inomp- son, authorizing tne commissioners of Franklin county to levy a tax and build a bridge across Indian rnn, in said county, was passed. Mr. bteele s House bill, authoriz ing tne commissioners or iah.e county to lew a tax and build a bridjie across Currant Run, was re ported from the Committee on Koaas and Highways, which recommended its indefinite postponement. Agreed to.' HOUSE. . House bill by Mr. . Howland. cor recting a clerical error in section 1 of the act regulating the sal of mineral oils, passed last session, was read the third time and passed years (0, nays 8. Mr. Oren s House bill, authonz ing the consolidation of joint stock fire and marine insurance compa nies, was passed by 72 to 6. ' Mr. Jschitrs Senate bill providing that the Boards -of Aldermen and Common Council of Cincinnati shall elect their officers by viva voce votes instead of by ballot, was pass ed by 77 to 2. House bill by Mr. Berry, for the protection of fish in the waters of the State by limiting the time du ring which fish may be seined, from June to February, a period of eight months. After the House had ex tricated itself from a parliamentary muddle, Mr. Berry moved to recom mit the bill with instructions to amend by striking out June and in setting September. . After consider able discussion, participated in by Mr. Cooper, who "gloried in the fact that he resided on the banks of Owl creek," where there are fish ; Mr. Berry, ' Judge Oliver, ' who ' showed himself a worthy disciple of Isaac Walton, and an" opponent of .the perriieionsTeustom of seining, which drives the bass from our waters, fol lowed by Mr. Richmond in a similar strain, ' on motion of Mr. Munson the bill Was laid on the table. ' HOUSE. SENATE-EVENING SESSION. January 24th, 1873. The S-j&ate, at half past eleven o' clock, passed the bill establishing all usury laws and authorizing con tracts for interest at any rate agreed upon by the parties, the rate to re main at six per cent in the absence contract. Two hours were spentby the opponents or the bill in filli postering 10 prevent its passage. The final vote was -yeas 21, nays ; HOUSE. '. House bill by Mr. Xeff, to author ize the school board of Springfield, Clark county, to borrow money for the -maintenance of schools, was passed yeas. 72, nays none. Senate bill by Mr. Beach, relative to the duties of county auditors in the collection from parents of deaf and dumb children - of sufficient money to clothe their children while receiving instructions at the insti tution for deaf and dumb mutes, was passed years 68, navs 3. ; House bill by Mr. Williams, to extend the privileges of the institu tion for deaf and dumb mutes to youths not less than five years old. nor more than twenty-one years old instead of excluding youths under tue age qt ten years, was read the third time. House bill by Mr. "Jseff, to amend tne act to prevent accidents by rail; roads, so that the ringing of the lo comotive bell at every road-crossing may be dispensed with, leaving but one requirement ofenjrineers, name ly, the blowing of the whistle, was passed yeas, 6o, cays 3. ' PEN PICTURE OF EUGENIE. I I A London letter contains the fol lowing pen picture of Eugenie as she was: Unlike the French' womeiH who are short and dumpy, especially in middle life tlie Empress is queen ly in lorm, tall, slim and stately. Lnlike the French women, whose complexions are dark, sallow, and even dingy, the Empress's face is as. white as alabaster. . Her. eye is clear but piercing; her smile captivating: her brow gracious. Arrayed in her regal robes she is simply masrnin cent. Every thing about her is in keeping. 1 Her taste is unequalled. Every thing is in proportion, and one part is suited to the other. She knows what will agree with her com plexion to the exact shade of rib bon. You .can suggest -no altera tion in her dress. Un state occas ions when she greets the public eye sue wears everything regal and state ly that becomes her station. On or amary occasions her dress is very simple, yet very taking. Her hat seems to be the central point of her dress. JX it is brown or blue, green or crimson, her gloves, scarf, orna ments and apparel correspond. Her spirits are exhuberant, her disposi tion joyous, and She seems dispos ed to enjo3' her position. On her last visit to England she was the guest of the Queen. A review was held in St. Jamee' park in her honor which she beheld from the balcony of Buckingham ralnce, in company With; Victoria and Tapoleon. She was joyous as a school girl. She clasped her hands and shouted in her French style like a little girl at the graud display. Her bouyancy and gleelulncss oF manner, not to say frivolity, shocked the dignified and noble Queen of England; and more than once Victoria laid her hand on the shoulder of her fair visitor and reminded her that while such out bursts of feeling were perfectly nat ural, they were not regal ! Wo have heard of successes at tained sometimes by setting thieves to catch thieves, but the appoint ment of thieves to watch thieves is not as a rule, a satisfactory method of police administration. At least it is not iu Patcrson, N. J., where seven prisoners walked out of jail through collusion with the door keeper, himself a prisoner. There are over three thousand cases of small pox in Boston and vicinity. The papers declare thiil the pestilence has become of tuit gigantic proportion because the r pcal by the last Legislature of head money practically remove all sani tary supervision of immigration in the Massachusetts sea ports. Mr. Stephens is beaten in the race for the Geoigia Senatorshlp, but is likely to go to Congress from the Eighth District, vacated bytho death Of Gen. Wright. ' ITEMS. The Bank of England rate is re duced to four per cent Tilth nf thn Ohio Senators voted for the repeal of the franking, priv ilege. ' ' "" ' ' ' " The epizootic in Nevada has caused the suspension of several mines. : - "'....' ; Another morning daily is to ap pear, in Salt-Lake City, Februrary 14th. . , ... . .... ., ..... Tha Shah of Persia is to reside in Buckingham Palaee during . his visit t England. . Cause and effect Green Island on the Hudson, has a whisky saloon and coffin manufactory in the same room. -i ;i The dogs arc waist-deep inMaco'n at night The editor of the Daily Telegraph longs for a blunderbuss and some buckshot '' The State Bank of Virginia has withdrawn the $1,000 reward offer ed for the arrest of William B. Tel ler, its absconding teller. , t The largest fruit orchard in the State of Indiana is that of Wyoming Township. Ansmose- conntr, 'It contain 3,500 trees. 1 ' The- Atlanta' burglars steal the weapson loaded for their destruc tion, and pick the studs and sleeve- buttons from the shirt ot the sleep ing avenger. . Patrick Henry was nabbed by a New Orleans policeman the other day, and he got his liberty by dex terously slipping out ot hts shirt; which, the officer now holds. . Moline 111., feels the influence of independent life parly. . She yoted herself a city less than six months ago and already fifteen, saloons rise up and call her blessed. . .. ,j . The return of Mr. Conkling is the only instant, with a single exception that of. Mr. Seward or the re-elec tion by New York of a Unite4 States Senator. . ., . Six wild deersand a large num bers of wild turkeys have been kill ed in the Denmark Woods, Ashtabu la County 0.,the past seasonal The deer are thinning out,but other game is very plentiful, ,,itiU, ,v..- : The mass meeting called at Do ver, Del., for the purpose of organ izing a "white man tf party, result ed last week in the harmonious as semblage of one individual; who af ter unanimously passing several res olutions, adjourned himself, .t- Mr. Gladstone, accused of read ing Homer in the original every morning before breakfast, denies the soft impeachment. From our un classical point of view,-' it would seem that so much of Greece would not sit well on an empty stomach. "They aire 'getting " ready for the Spring Elections in New Hampshire, making ' nominations for Congress and other' offices, ''' The election comes in March, arid,' with that' in Connecticut a month; later, will fill up the lists of the 43d Congress. Gov.1 IMos'es, of South. Carolina, recommehds that a. bonus equal, to the State tax on their buildings.land and machinery be granted for five years to all manufactures of cotton and woolen goods established in the btate prior to .November 1,1 87 o. ; " A Lonsville paper, wagers that sergeant Bates cannot carry the American flag or any other banner through the streets just after school is dismissed without finding how well the average bad small boy of the period can throw stones. , A pan in Leeds, England,, was to play ,?Santa Clans" for the, enjoy ment of the chudren,but be made mistake in the chimney, and when they pulled him put ol .the fire, he concluded it was wrong to aeceive the children, and refused to ' try it again.' "" '' " !: The jury has declared innocent Jennie Droz, the Cleveland girlwbp shot Mayor i lsk two. years., ago. She has all along pleaded guilty ;but what is a young girl supposed to Enow about such an important mat ter compared with the "twelve good men and truer . ' There is trouble on the domestic hearth of Victor Emmanuel. His hopeful son declares that be will cut the old gentleman if he attempts to legalize his famous love-scrape. yiC: tor has a very dutiful son in Spain, and can afford to fight it out on that line. '' '- ,! " ' ' ';' "':' i One of the leading1 physicians of New York, charges the apothecaries of that city with tampering with pre scriptions, .by reducing- the -quantity of any expensive material in it they abo substitute some inert article for one they do, not happen to have on hand ,. , , , . .., .... . ... The President has approved the following acts of Congress:' :' An act to abolish i the grades ;of 1 Admiral and,-,Vice Admiral in the United States navy; an act to provide for the erection of public buildings at Nashville, lenn., and an act trans ferring control of certain Territorial penitentiaries to the several Terri tories in which the same, are locat ed., . - ; -.. .. 11, POOR OHIO. President Grant is not much of & wit, and yet he. occasionally says something that would rank among Lincoln's best drolleries.. , When the vacancy in thq regular army, pecas ioned by General Meade's death was to be filled, there were several aspi rants, with manifold claims. ' After bearing a good deal iu behalf of each, the President said to soine friends that he had concluded to ap point McDowell. ' "He's a good soldier," . said, "he, ' and is entitled to a place; and then you see, - lie belongs to Ohio. And really; poor Ohio-ought to 'have something." -. . ! j Those who understand that the President is a native, of Ohio, and that there is an Ohio man in- the Cabinet, and. two of them on the bupreme Bench, and that a majority of the Bureaus and sub departments are' under Ohio men, and that no oOice ever 13 vacant that OI'W does not waut to fill it, will appreciate the Ohio" ought, to have . something Mistouri Democrat." ... New Advertisements. Farm for Sale. Tnu nniI(rKtfHHl olTcr for niv, ; at a loir li iio. hiH lu-moon.iiitingor IOO Acres sir.iiHti-tl in Munruo tou-iihi, 6 mili-s uoiut .Millornliiirff. On thn Farm In TWO Kwclliiig llousrs.H Burn, Stalilcs auil other nutlmihltltKi. A k I V.mioh Orchard. The Carm Is well wa tered. , JOHN A. fIXN'KY. Uusinesn. the umlersiKneil for iirofeislonal services, will l aw ami eiri. ov Dwni or nnie. Between .liis ami the llrt of Aiirll. lira onlca dan av. ry Satiirrtar artarnnnn. n: jnu. i, ih.,1. n. JilIM fflARTIN, . St t'rndritlur(, Wayaa C., Okio. COaDDNTG; Tlie . World's Favorites I THE ALLEGHANIAUS. in tne lanjruaire of the "New York Home Jour. nav "iney Mre tne ue tjuarieiio in the World-" OXE OCCASION" ONLY. Town Hall, Saturday Evening, Feb. 1st. The Allechanian Vocalist and Swiss Bell Buigers will appear in their newly recon structed programme, with New Arti&U, New Vns, Duetts. Quartettes and new Specialities includiuzTHE SILVER STAFF BELLS, the original set of Sx octaves, and the first ever j?Tho Allcgh-inians present a Music Pro gramme to everv ladv and centleman on en tering the hiilL. This is a new feature ia their concert. Admission 50 Cents; Children 25 Cents, -j. k. vt aldbon, manager. Im P, Williams, Agent. B. Babrett. B. B. Doknm.lt. WOOSTER Steam Engine ' AND BOILEK WOKKS, WOOSTEB, O. . B. Barrett & Co., ' MAXrFACTCEERS OF STEAM ENGINES, Sheet -Iron Work. Castings for Crist and Saw Mills, Ad all kinds of Brass Castings and Steam Gas 1'ipes and Fittings Kept constantly . - onaand. . v. Steam-engines -. , Boilers "REPAIRED PEOMPTLY. ...i M-iim "THE GALAXY" is about as near perfec tion as anything can be." Paily offiUr, 2'w txaven, tjonn. : The Galazy ! . - FOR 1873. ft Is the Best American Itfaeazine. No Fam ily can aSord ta be without it. It gives more good anil attractive Reatlinv matter for the. mouey than any other Periodical or book pnb listiea. Tbe l'e-ulinjfr aewsunpera pronounce THE GALAXY the best and most nMy edited American Magazine. THE GALAXY meets the wants of every member of the family. It contains thooghtfnl articles by our ablest writers. It contains sketches of Life ard Ad venture. It has serial stories bv our best N'ov- elistih. It has short storit-s in each n amber. The oew department of cientinc Jliscellajiy ap pears in each number. J"What the Leading Papers say: First of all in attraction we place The Gal ax v. StandanL Chtcairo. Well sustains it reputation for vigorous and racv writ inc. Ai York Tribune. A niodel jKirioUiial: a credit to American periodical literature. Phitaalphut Pre, , There is not a dull page between its covers. V. F. lime. The variety of its contents, their solid worth. their brilliance, and their great interest make up a general character of great excellence for every numirur.-- as, dojwu. A 1 wars ablv edited, ami remarkable for the good judgment displayed in the selection current topics for discussion. In this way eclipses int) more conservaiive periodicals oi uie uay notion ourum, jnass. : We are inclined to believe that more down right good literature is crowded between the covers oi ine uuia.y mail i:y iuer Ameri can matrazine ean boat of. Chieaao TitM. The Galaxy it one of the fullest, and, taking altogether, ricnest, of the many monthlies which have given such an enviable name to our American magazine literature. HunUaJ- Now is the Time to Sub' scribe. Price 35 cts. per number. Subscription Price, fuv pa j ' ' CLCBBIKG TERMS. The Galaxy will be sent for the year 1873 with anv one of the following periodicals at the prices named.- With Harper's Weekly or Harper's isazar, r ppiewa-s journal. uie regular pnu in untj aaiuiua;, o, niFular nricfl. St. With Our Younr Folks. tS.- 50; With Little's Living Age, flU;( regular price, n Auoress SHELD01T & . COMPANY, 677 aroaaway, aevr xors. MISS SAWYER'S SALVE TTERK von have a whr combfninp1 Antfiliw and IX boftlinfr properties, with no djiterous ingred ten. j mncuy ni, nni mr inr many pmitfl sua nclicA, wounds and l)ruics, to which tvh in Itcir. Is more Milv aptilirHl Ihan n-muv other remedies. teyer producing a haX oCect, but ulwaya -relieving It is prrparcd by JJ7 $merrt w1o has tmA It n her own extensive trvatiiH-nt of the sick, for learly twenty years, with grrat success. ine principal uisencx Tor which ihtm talve p ree- mnioiiaoa ant. ffitfWtunx. ithtvmatim ', Scrofttfn Old VhfrM, Suit Itheum. Sprain, Jiurng, fever Sorv, iVtowv PiwpUn, h'rysipeUtnx Sore ZB. Barber Itch. Dtaftteas, Boil. liimft-wrrinuM. Cons, Bite of Inecty Cancer, Toot Such, Kar icht, Sore Nipple, Bnhint, Stcoflfn Breuntt, ftch, ScaM Jlmd, Trftny, Chapped I fa nth, Scalds. ChU. Bruises, 1'roni, CraJbed tip, and It never falls t cum lUiritmatlom If pmpcrly apptied. Uub It on well n itli Uie hnn-1 thn tinted l dar. In ncvvral eases It has nirml n.-ilnied llmht Wot pile it lias been disco wnti to be a surcrom- ly. Persons tliat have been nflltrtvd for yearn have boon reUorod by a fiewnpiilientioitn. Frr"jrry ipelas U works -e-oiKjers, allaj iv. theinflaro-iation ind qnitlng tliepatirnt. Fur fhtrppetl ftt.id It aroducea a cure immediate Ij. Let tliunu witii Suit t'heum oItnln this Hnlvc ami pply It frci tv, im1 iioj nrjil liiitl It i ivnhuiiilc. It Is wood in nv of Scrofnta and Tumor. Cunar Tmvc been curvd rltli tt. Tlie b.-s S ilro errr li:rxntel fnr Stcntlen UrtaH ami Sore Nipple. No u;iv Injurious, but mro to afford rclivf. Sore or Wrah .';& Hub u jn the lids gt'iitly, otici or twice u uay. ' Curus-deaf- .ics oy puuinir in inn run on a piew or cotton,. iop Felon thH fc Mnnnrwr to n-ivtliin? kiKiwn. (j'or Fimitfe tlil-t art like n Huinn. For Burn anil Seald, npply the' 6:i1vivni once mid H civea immcdhito reiki. . Fr Old Svrea, apply once a u:ij. N"-tt Atnotfar the lt nf t!w Invnlnnl.lepronertlf of Mim t-AWVt::c's Salve are im U-t.ulU.i:d eflt-eu on tiw liiur. ICulb-d on the mpt in lire tir six different parts, it proinuten Uie gnm tli of ill-" luir, plvve:iU it tuniim; grx and on bald u..U it pro fiiicea a aev -nowtli .if hnlr. K Uily Hmit(J be without thift iiiv;iiiti.l artirle as mi iiidltpi-Malie ewmetfefor the toilet. It eradli-nteHdnndriitrand ilioeiutit fnttn the beud, and blotvac and piuiutca irom the ftace. From Mr. ELIZABETH COOJiBS, Brunmict. ' nrnnnwlcb, April 4, lslrr. ' Mis Sawyer; I reccivvd your letter last even- nn:l wa very ift.i'l ou conclmled lo let Bit take j-r dnlve. 1 think I ran do well with K. and It will Ik- quite au necoiiiuiodatioii to my husband. he ratnut griitloHtf teithout it. lie has tiled everything else mid h.u ttever fuutxl aiiytbintr that henleil Wv it Hint Salve nf tours, and we hnve ot U luuntl ll to lie till, ttt eeen utorr, thtm you ifroinuienrf it to be. We hare had it iu the lniniiy ire or an yenrfl'anJ lisve uui It for rrvrj tliiny, itml c:n truly rtf iv Aure n,rer Juttnl UttyuuL I ne it f.r a weak bne!., nnd it net like a rliarm. Mr. HimniiM lew had H Irrrr Srt-e CM hi lV Jor if. ff ti'.rl irtttifd he a iripj-le t-dny if he hwi hot tW'd u remedy it ftr Wr. It hr p it healed, uml t;ikert out tlie iit1:tiiitniilii). Jinud leuli and Aweilinir, n!nl dm for liim alt that ltuan ti-k. I ran n c-niiineiKl it f.ir a Kood nmnv tliiiifrt that yon Irnvt' iMt, for I iiim It for every thing. I rjtitiJur it Invaluable in a family. ' YouM.jtc, elizaiietii coouaa TO THE AFFLICTED, , . . ' If your rrmnrlMt I out if tlie Salro, and negftvts lep Mipplled. wimI wiy eititii a directed be low, tuid reeeivu a box by teturu uiiuU rot up tn Taiinro Boxes at 50 cents each f nearly tiiree tmiei :ut larifn rh llie liox 1 fin eeDtel Imivi). l'retiurtl bv MlSSf HAWYKIt, and put up by L. M. HOBB1N3, Wholesal and Retail IiruttlBt, Rockland, Me. A Trial Jinx wml fi ie bv patl on receipt of slaty ettiu. by (, XI. UtMtlUNS, ltocklnnd. Me. THIS V.U711MC PAI.VK 13 SOLD BY ALL illCALkUd LN UfcOIClNk. S4ylin IngeRSv Mm?' it CAHBOIT.OIL. . ' '''VBEST OHIO TEST PROOF Crbou CJL1 S 40ct5peirGanoiL AT It e il 11 c e d." t-"i c e s. Westoii: & Frazer, ,f.t.jix Opposite tlie 'Post'&ffice. itji U I 1IAU1 I UUU Ml You Can Buy, AT COST I 75 Pair Woolen Blankets, IO Pieces Crev Flannel. foTP iece Biirre d Tla niieSr 75 Pieces Striped Alpaca. .VIWOT 1Q T3AS 3JII1 I A Large and Complete Stoek of Dress Gdoclsl Will be ; closed 'out" ''AT' !C6T. T?P tA ttlt Hoe of r" Wool and. Fur- Hats SO Best Style Square and l U ys, Xl'mM' W ia. ' i .A.TL COST. i-nf life' im YOU CAN BUY Cloth&Cassimeres i :i : ! I : '.: I .'. ir. i VERY CHEAP, AT No. I, Commercial Block, .CI'!'. ,OP.UP8a3JJIM WILLIAM Li'FORBS, Respectfufly informs the citizens of MiHers- Durir ana ticiuuv luac ne now nas in comuiete onicr nis FEED A XI) vV? SALE STABLES. REAR Of "EMPIRE HOUSE." Best of Horses. CarriAtrcs. Jtc. trhirh will be let at the. most reasonable rates. Passen gers taken to ail itaruof tb country oitttart i"n c aim Bt low raus. St We also have a lanre nl ooanodioos Fecaanil Sale Stable in connection. We resitccttHlIr :rsk a liberal shareof public patronaire. Satisfaction Guaranteed, llenacm- oer tue place to get , aiL'.w fries;!!.' Is at the Sew' I-iTerT Sfulilr. rcar"or Emnl rel'ouse. w. L. FORBS. Notice to Teaobers'. JL touticr, will hoia fc-xaminatlonit of luacners ror theensuinftyear, in Room No. 7, Of t'n ion School Uiiililinir. at &lilltrhurir. nn MAHCUlslStnhtidlS; JJJ 'J--k APKir. lSthand Mth; MAY 10th and Sub; AUGUST 30th; September wth and rth;' .' ' ; !'"' OCTOHER 11th and iolh; NOVEiir.KIt 8!h andtt.1; -EI5SBUR, September iolh1 KASIIVlLLE,Ortoer4ni;' NAl'O I.EOS, October 18th. KiS These Exatnlnitiinni will aimb a au o'ulook, A. M.t and clu.e atD o'clock 1 Xt. Thu clans will not lie uueu Utr adiniwiioa t aiiiili-. aautsanur 10 oVWk. The Uoanl has done away with the unwtice of antedating certiuV eates. No one Is I'ully rniietnt toenicai;e a school till alUT ohtaiiiinir aevrt iileatet'roin the luxiru oi ncnooi cvituniuTs. it is requirul lir tlie terms of the S.it)i4 IsTW.tkist evA trit her mit lie qualllloirin teach Oi'tlirli'lhy.l;rad. iDK, Wrilina, Aritlimetie.Geoijraiihy aiul Enic 1 as.li (trnminar. ami imku.4 .m ..i......ut knowl(s) uf Tlieely ami lact .' j? tJlJa-l a atteirtiea be rirm-nj iimLtiiii far private examinations. . 'l'.tini.ii .u tkr r...i nmrnl character. siu'iuM liy at least twon'Sion- 'ii.ir ii..itis. h lit no ro'iu.tveti i-cacn camlt- Ute. -1 HMOteslulmnl.lui..t.lH...I.MMa Im m stamped envelope, unsealed, and adilmsod n c iiaiiic nun pusi-omce ot tne t-aiiiiitnite and presented on the dar of examination. Cer tificates will be of four grades, to-wit: Six Months. Twelrn Mouth. KiKbiun ll.mih. 1 wenty-four Mouths. CertiUeatea vl' . t-ix Months belnjr very low grndn and Uial uertill cate, may be Issued a second time to the sauio applicant, if circumstances roqime. A lea of SO oents it required of every caudidate ia ad. Taaeeof oxaininntion. iiy onler of the Uoanl, I.EWls) A. UkkUOL T, tl.rk. Jan."7t-!tr. . fa,' fi t I'-s , ..... .iinfci?iri:n , . BY CALLING AT . .... Iff t'OH mrnwn H I A youth who had returned from the city, was asked by his anxious fa ther if he had been guarded in his conduct while there. "Oh, yes, I was guarded by two policemen part of the time," wasithe reply. . Just" ' Heceived Another' Invoice' of" those SPLENDID Wit left, we are offering at $4.50 worth $5.00! Two more Cases of those Splendid WOMAN'S CALF SHOES OXJ3 CASE'AT $2.75. 11 : ;,,:i'A FULL LINE OF BOl-S BOOTS, l u. f .1:. All Sizes and Prices. Good and Cneap. rf.' 1 1 . C .1 U x'l v ' - HUBBEE, GOODS --,v.,.-.-.- - . :;jO . ' "I . -.r -.T A Full Line, Just Received. SICHEIIOIIES&GO. telUersbnTg, ONot. 14, lera. liE V.IRA J . ' L ROTTMAN, BENTOT. - OHI6, He makes a specialty of telling FLA2TXTELS AJAN tiuii At Prices that Defy, Com- -u . petition."- ' iarite all toeall and see them. ' 1. Bottman. Bcntio:,.bct. Ji,lfn. - -' i' V. rr-," I (D 5. H 7 J " 3-,isl S - B " - 2 - " i - . o -v'-0 CO 0 CO o O o o -o o .210H2 o r : ST J. ' 2'r v n p e O 5 Z 2 R z PI CL r .SrKQ'.lU-C- .1 i; BO0TS Legal Notice. T7TIIAMNDA JARVIS ANI A HESS A JPj J.irTi!. of Wane t ouiitv, Clarissa l . Jar viH.of Holme ounty, Jaines M. Jarris, a minoivamt Saaiuel Jarvis, hi franlian both oi Kr.tttkMn t'ouuty. Elsie Shullenbargrr and Mariitii ishalleuitritryer. miuont, and lvil halletluirvoc, their cuariliaa. ami William "Wirt M.-Uintock, of floluie tomity, and all of the tato of Ohio, will take aotice (hat a ne utlon wm died against thru on Uie 14th day ol Jamitirr, A. P. 1K73. in the Court of 1,001 moo Plea.-, within and for the Couutv of Holmes, by Joseph Jar? Is, a anianlian of Ethalinia Jar vis, Adefta Jarvis and Clarissa U Jarvis, aud is aow ponding, wherein said Joseph Jttrvia, as guardian alorwald. demands partition of the following real estate, to wit: 'Being one hundred acres off the east side of the south east quarter of section number twentv-ttre , township number fllleen 15. ranKo num bereiaren (ll, ia said count v ot Holme ami atataol thio, and lhat at the April term of aidJourt, A. D.nrTH, tlte said Joveuh J arris, as guaixlian aforeaald, will apply fo.-an onier that partition mar be made of said premitM. lated Um Mth dar or Jaanarr. A, D. ir. ; m WKLKkR k YOCtM, ! W AMorue for Pelitioaer. I Hurrah., Hero. A HEW SUIT THAT FITS! - "Where did you get itV "At Let Bird's." ' ; . T . i . ' . : ' ' "How much did it cost P "Guess." " "Twenty Dollars P "Oh, no I only Twelve Dollars." - "That ia Cheap." "He sella , everything cheap. He has a Big Stock and more coming. He says he can't be be undersold by any one. He ... .... . h keeps store Opposite Commer cial Block, MDlersburg, 0. o o o C5 IT w Coods. E. 1TEGELSPACH, Has bouxht at the best time, a full liat at . DRY GOODS ASD NOTIONS MEN AND BOY'S HATS AND CAPS, . K2TIT GOODS J.2TD TASJTSty. Queensware & Groceries, v" Which he oflfrrt fbr Cash, and Trade! - AT SMALL PROFITS. Pteasecall and" examine. TfattermTeelfthat I ean offer yon the caape4teeA ofgoodaevec ia Millersburic. I also oar as rood a price fbr s rod ace. im Gash or trade, as the market will altow. ' ltf Ml ; I . NECCL8PACHV OSAGE ORANGE. We would resnectfoJlT In-rita the aitentlaaar the public to our . . I..:. We have a full snnnlr of plants en h..4. Those wi.-ning la, purehas plants will do well to irive us a call. We also lurnish plants and HEDGE FENCE For the term ol tore, rearm, w.mnt,. ih. tojtrow, and warraeUo a uvd stand lr tha sum of QUE DOLLAR PER ROD ! In three annual payments. We thank the pee. pie or Holmes and Tuscarawas counties lor their larg patronage, ami tausa, wUkiacbv have GOOD HEDGE FEME ! Will do well to rive n the tnH - . perleaced in the business u( lledira Growinc I and can make a fence in four veers sumciea -' to turn aay stock, and an any soil, fartiea m. 1 sing 1000 Bods or Orer 20 vrr a w 0 PJ o . xn :r. ':: . o E. M. TROYEa, Shanesvill. o. Myl.