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Holmes County Republican IiO OAIiS. Milleusbiug, O., : : March 27,1873- Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers ean always tell how their mh cription account stands, by looking- at tiic ixon wua mew nanaoB me aourcss iai-ci la.--teil oa the margin of the paper. Those na il res show the ex act date to which tnbteriitioo has been paid. There may possibly be wunt Mistakes in the dates. Jl so oar subscribers wiu please let as know what tber are. Change in Mail Time. On and after Friday, November, 1st, the mail going North will clone at 10 :45 a. u. All letters for that mail must be in by that time Mail going South will close at 3 p. m. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. ADVANCE PAYMENT. The credit system in the newspaper business scatters small sums of money, ar?resratiiiz a large amount to each publisher, over a vast extent of country, rendering collection irom taruy ueutuni next to impossible and is therefore pro ductive of ereat loss to puuiisners. Paper, ink, labor and all other sources or expenditures in newspaper omces require cash. Better papers can be published when paid tor in advance than when the pro prietors are pressed for money to meet the dailr demands made upon them. There is little doubt that a law of Congress will, in a ffew months, require postage to be paid on ail papers sent through the mails, and that it must be paid in advance by the publishers. In view of the foregoing, and other considerations which it is not deemed necessary to enumerate, the under signed, publishers of the Holmes Coun ty Ekptblicax and Holmes County Far mer, agree to adopt the pay-in-advance system, to send no papers from their respective offices from and after the I FIRST DAT OF JULT XIXT, ' -l nnless the same be paid for in advance. WHITE ft CUNNINGHAM, Publishers of Holmes Cocntt Republic, ESTILL ft NEWTON, . Publishers of Holme County Farmer. Removal. Geo. Vogel has removed to the old stand of W, F. Sharp where be will be pleased to see his old friends and custo mers. He is prepared to furnish them with good family groceries, notions; &c. See advertisement. i Change of Time P. Ft. W. R. R. A change in the time of the mail trians on the Pittsburgh Ft. Wayne ft Chicago Railroad took effect last Monday. The , time at Orrville is as follows; 'East ward, 9 :20 a. m. No change in the btber trains. ) ' ; ! Off for Boston. H. Cherry holmes is on his way to : the New England States to purchase a new spring stock of Boots and Shoes for the firm of Jacob Cherryholrnes. Goods will he arriving in a few days. Look oat for bargains at Cherryholrnes' cheap cash store. ' . New Butcher Shop. ' The McFadden Brothers have opened out a new Butcher Shop under -the Photograph Rooms of Courtney ft Ap pleton. So far they have given our "cit izens the best of meat, and we are told that it is their intention to do so all the the time. By so doing they will get their share of the business. : ; j , '; i Public Sale. A. Wolgamot will offer for sale at his residence, a-half mile west of Millers burg, on Saturday, .April 5th, 1873, the YiIIawI.. iMvm.r4. 14 tuil J.F" linnoa f f -J r ' ' 4 head fresh cows, 3 breeding-sows, 1 Chester boar, 1 lot stock hogs, 1 Com bined Excelsior Machine, plows, culti- : waters and harrows, 4c. j ' . S. F. Yoorhes having sold his farm "will, sell his goods and chattels at the ane time and placet 32w2 The Loudonville Advocate. We have just received the first issue nf this naner. lost started in Loudon- ville. It is rather a fine looking paper, I the inside being gotten up and printed ID XjOUUUli V iiic, sue uuuiuc suiucnucic else. Mr. J. H. Ruth is the editor and publisher. Loudonville is a rapidly growing town, and should have a good live paper which this one promises to , be. We wish Bro. Ruth success in his ncw enterprise. " Dentist. Dr. T. L. Pierce will be glad to see his old customers and many new ones at his new office in Commercial Block, op-stairs, one door west of the Repib zjcak Office. He has fitted up bis rooms nicely, and we know he can draw teeth and fill decayed ones as well as any other man. He takes them out so easily, that it is almost a pleasure to ' have him up-root the tormentors. Busi ness attended to promptly and in a sat isfactory manner. Almost an Arrest. For the last . few days our ef ficient Marshal had noticed a large and constantly increasing crowd at the cor- - ner of Main and Clay streets, and think ing that something was wrong, he col lared one of the ring-leaders, and was on the point of taking "him to the "cal aboose," when he was informed that the supposed rascal was a peaceable cit izen, trying to get a pair of boots at the extraordinary low prices, at which they are now offered by Jacob Cherryholines, Call and see for yourself. G. F. Lang's Bakery. We mentioned sometime ago that Mr. G.F. Lang bad purchased the Bakery of JB. J. Young. Mr. Lang takes posses sion to-day the 27tn inst. Having had several years experience in this business, we feel assured iu saying that our citi zens will be well pleased with his man agement of this all-important line of trade. Without good bread, man s di gestive organs get out of tune.aiid he is crabbed and cross. We hope he may have a good trade. Natural. When a hen lays an egg she cackles. It is hen nature. When a man gets in a new stock of goods it is human for him to crow over it. When the hen cackles, people know that she has laid in some fresh stock and feels rather proud over it. When the merchant opens his new styles, and blows his trumpet in the newspapers, people know that he has something on hand that is worth advertising. Blow your own trumpet once in a while. It won't hurt you or the trumpet either. BowelVs J!eporter. Spring Bonnets. Spring bonnets are larger than those of the winter. The crown is well de fined, square, and high enough to hold a towering coiffure. Flat and rolled brims are both important; it is proba ble that flat brims will be fashionable, as rolled coronets have been worn for several seasons. There are also many half-and-half brims that have rolled routs and recede on the back. Most of the new shapes may be used -either as a round hat or bonnet; a pair of strings tied under the chin are all that is necessary tbrtlie change. Leaves and flowers of straw in clusters, with long fern leaves of finely-cut jet, are Xhe newest ornaments for sprUig bon nets. These straw and Jet leaves also appear with flowers of natural colors. The Summit City Bed Spring. This is the name of a new Bed Spring manufactured at Ft. Wayne by A. J, Emrick ft Co., and for sale at the Fur niture store of Taylor ft Sharp, Millers- burs, O. We have Hied tbtese springs and like them very much. They are very comfortable. Their great practi cable beauty is their cheapness, being only $4 a set. They can be attached to any bed, and are durable and lastin We have seen nothing of the kind that we consider so useful at snch a low price. Call and see them at the store rooms of Taylor ft Sharp, Millersburg. Ohio. Lake Erie, Wooster & Muskingum Valley Railroad. The committee on right of way have for the last three weeks been at work on the northern end of the route, in Lorain and Medina counties, and report to com plete all that remains between this place and La Grange within a week. . They report excellent success, nearly half the distance being granted as ado- nation, and when compensation is re quired, it is almost invariably accepted in the stock of the company at money rates per acres for the land occupied, As matters stand, we can see but a small chance for failure of the enter prise. The directory, while working cautiously, are nevertheless pushing their arrangements with all the vigor consistent with certainty, and propose to leave no gap open to be filled possl- bley by "good luck" or perchance the reverse. We do verily believe that another winter wilt nna rvooster witn at least two additional connections by main trunk lines with the Atlantic cities, as well as the coal mines of Holmes county, and, judging by the material aid already extended by the citizens along the line, in the way of the stock subscriptions, we are confident they will ouickly respond to any small de mand that in the general footing up of resources may oe lound lacking, to in sure the completion of the enterprise. The plan by which the projectors are working, if carried out cannot fail to Hi.e every Oouar or tie original stock- worth at least two witmn a tew years afler the completion ef the road, and simply as an investment we believe it to be the best thing now in oar market. -Wooster Republican. . , , About Planting Trees. An exchange, In speaking of planting trees, the time for which is so near at band, says those intending to put out new orchards, or to replace old and dead trees, should now be making neces sary arrangements. Where new or chards are to be put out, the sooner the trees are secured the better, so that when the time for setting out arrives no time need be lost. Many prefer to procure their trees in the fall, and keep them in a sheltered place, or cover the roots with earth in a cool cellar, which is doubtless preferable to waiting until time to plant, and even after the start ing of the buds before receiving them. It is said that thousands of trees in this part of the State have been destroyed the present winter. These should not only be replaced but as many more planted. ' Every homestead has room tor another tree or two of choice fruit, and the small sum thus invested will pay a large per cent. Every good bear ing fruit tree, especially in town, is worth more to a family than would be a hundred dollars at Interest, yet it can be secured by a few cents and a little labor and care. It is not only a good pecuniary investment) but it adds to the comfort and appearance of the home stead. A home is never more attract ive than when surrounded by plenty of choice fruit, and if for sale will com mand a much better price than a bar ren homestead. The first question a buyer of a homestead in these days asks, is as to the water and fruit. If vhese are all right, your bargain is half made. Shade trees and ornamental shrubs should also be a part of and surround every home. a For the REPUBLICAN. How Can We Help Our Brothers. My Dear Lady Friends: I want to have a free social chat with you, (who have brothers) about them. I have no ticed, by way of contrast, that almost every home in the circle of my acquaint ance, is quite different from my own. Some of them more pleasant, comfort able and genial, but I find a larger num ber that are more destitute of good leeling, interest and true affection. I glean a fact from these observations which every careful observer may find testimony that cannot be controverted. The happiness of home, the unity and filial affection of a family, and the mor ality of the young men in each family depend upon the; life and character of the daughters and. sisters. I love to think of Henry Martin's testimony on the Influence of a sister. When be was about to leave his native land, and all his friends to become a missionary in a distant clime to preach the "unsearch able riches" of the Gospel to the Heath en, he said to his sister: "If you did not want me to be the man I am, you should not have taught me the principles of Truth." What a noble tribute to that sister's influence. Who does not covet a like honor ? It is the want of true interest which brings as a consequence so much unhappiness into the family, that leads me to suggest a few thoughts for our consideration. I believe we are respon sible in part, or I might say ia a great measure, for their moral character. You seldom find a young man of dissipated habits, or destitute of good moral char acter, who has a loving sister; one who seeks improvement, culture and refine ment. If those of us who have brothers would seek their happiness, in denying self to gratify them, and put ourselves to a little trouble, if the circumstance demands, to make their enjoyment pur er, nobler and greater, we would see fewer goiug away from home to find amusements and while away the time, which seem to- hang so wearily, when nothing exciting is going on, and not only would they be kept at home out of Uie reach of temptation, vice and crime, but when they .become interested in home and its enjoy ments, the pleasures of that home are largely increased. bave always felt that to have a good, kind brother is one among the y; reat blessings of life. One of the means to help a brother is, to cultivate a relish for good reading. If they are fond of history commence and read it in course with tiiem, taking turnsoftcn and read aloud. If he has a taste for music, join with him in singing, and the more your voices mingle in melodies, yonr hearts will move in sympathy and affection, and then, and not till then will we en iov the society of our brother. Will it not be a bappy- day when they will spend their nionoy in adorning their home with art and beauty, as well as supplying it with comforts and con veniences, instead of Investing it in to bacco, whisky, or throwing It away In the gambling saloons? Mrs. Sigourney says, "The strength of a nation, is in intelligent and well-ordered homes of the people." Let us, as sisters, aid in strengthening this natiou, by making happy home and helping our brothers to be men of noble worth. Mollie. IN TOWN AND OUT. Paper flour barrels are proposed. . Sunday was a very pleasant day. Hall the people's Photographer, tf Tom Everett says he has struck on. The franking abuse died in its 83d year. Mud reigns but mud drains would be better. Picture Frames Courtney ft Ap pleton's. tl We learn there will be considerable building done in town next summer. School closes at Hayesville this week. Rembrandts Courtney ft Apple- ton, tt Fine lemons and luscious oranges are plenty in the market. Col. Tom Scott is said to control $670,000,000 worth of railways. The home circuit walking around witn uie Dauy at nignr. Anna Dickinson lectures on "Things Hoped For." It is supposed to be a an. . - -. . Spring term of the SmitbviUe High School begins April 1st. i. B. Eberly, A. Jl., ranc-pal. - i S. Tidball ft Son have sold out their store in Bloom field, and are coming to MUJersburg, so we are told. L B. Emerson has made his ap pearance on the streets with a new horse. Prof. B. Musser, second to no pen man in the State, is principal Commer cial Department Smith ville Higb School Oh, what nice photographs! Where did you get tnem, at Cleveland on no; at Courtney ft Appleton's. tf The Estey Organ Is becoming quite a favorite with our people, as it always does wherever introduced. : .- ; More money is spent every year, ior admission into circuses than Into churches. - During the month of March we gam one hour and niteen minutes day- iignt. . Prof. L. Huber. A. M.. of Munich. Germany, teaches Hebrew, Latin, Greek rencn and Uerman, at stnituville. A man who had "a will of his own" didn't get along very s wall at home, be cause his wife had a won't or her own, Mr. S. Jerome Ulil of Sminefield. unio, was in town a few days this week. He is making a flying visit to bis mends in and around JUillersburg. . Sounds of all kinds for the softest whisper travels as fast as the most tre mendous thunder, travels at the rate of niteen miles in a minute. , , i Be careful of your horses. The late epidemic is making a return trip, and is reported more severe than at nrst. You n esters who sit on the damp ground and play marble during the day time, enjoy themselves at night with the croup. - Mrs. Robert Maxwell, mother of Robert and John Maxwell ot our town. died last week and was buried on Sat- day. C. F. Voorhees has the finest parlor organ in Millersburg. It Is a No. 33 tey new style, it nas a Dean til in case and its tone cannot be excelled. The streets and pavements were all a glare of ice Tuesday morning. Navigation by pedestrians, was some what obstructed. 1 ' The ladies of the English Lutheran congregation have purchased a No. 21 Estey urgan lor their church. They now hare by far the best organ of any church in town. Sullivan, Ashland Co., has a roos ter who lays eggs as regularly as any industrious biddy of the farm yard. So says the Buckeye Farmer, but we pass on the story. ' , - A case nnder the Adair Liquor Law has just been decided in Urbana where Margaret Martin recovered one thou sand dollars damages of John Biddle for selling liquor to her husband. The 17th of March was the 1,500th anniversary of the birthday of St. Patrick, Ireland's tutelar saint, he hav ing been born, according to a generally received tradition, in tne rear d73. A good collector must be patient as post, cheerful as a duck, sociable as a flea, bold as a lion, waterproof as a rub ber, cunning as a fox and watchful as a sparrow. Those of our subscribers who in tend moving the first of April, will please send in their new address imme diately, so that their papers may go witnout delay. -There is a young couple in town who have been walking side by side for seven years. They can walk a four inch sidewalk and not crowd each other one bit. A Lancaster county man recently held a plug of tobacco on a log, while a friend cut a piece with a hatchet, lie says now he didn't tell the friend to take three ot his fingers with tire to bacco. . , It is now almost time for the agents for the sale of trees and shrubs to ring your door bell about seven o'clock in the morning and insist that they kaow wnat you want in your yard better tnan you do yourself. A Californian writes that thev have flre-fiies 'so large in that interesting State, that they use them to cook by -4 Xney hang the Kettles on tueir mud legs, wnicn are bent tor tne purpose like pot hooks. : r . - , The Ohio Legislature has passed a bill fixing the weight of clover seed from 02 to 60 pounds ; of oats, from 34 to j2 pounds ; of corn in the ear, after Che 1st ot January, est pounds; or po tatoes, from 60 to 58 pounds and dried apples, from 22 to 20 pounds. Boys don't throw stones, you do not know what harm you may do. Two little girls had their faces badly cut the other day by this carelessness of boys, you might do some great injury that yon would be sorry lor all your lives. Don't do It. The Smithville'. Normal School has fitted out nearly two thousand teachers in eight years. Capt. Thomas E. Douglass, of Mansfield, has been appointed and con firmed postmaster at the office in that city. Mr. Douglass, it will be remem bered, was the candidate for Congress man in tli is district last fall oh the Re publican ticket. This appointment is said to give the best of satisfaction. The Purest and Sweetest Cod-Liver Oil is Hazard ft Caswell's, made on the sea snore, irom tresli, selected livers, by Caswell, Hazard ft Co., New York.t It is absolutely pure and sweet. Patients who nave once taken it prefer it to others. Physicians have decided It su perior to any of the other oils in market. 32 w4. The complaints of disgusting odors and injurious effects produced by the use of Parafine Oils on machinery are inexcusable, so long as raanuiacturers can obtain the pure Sperm and Tallow Oils made by E. H. Kellogg, of New x orK, at tue low prices ne advertises. saw We furnish Envelops with r. Busi ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as the blank envelopes can be purchased elsewhere. Threshing Machines, Horse Powers, Heaping and Mowing ilaoliiues, bulky Hay Rakes, Plows, Road Scrapers, Farm Bells, or castings of almost any kind can be bought at the shops of the Millersburg Machine Com pany,at greatly reduced prices. - 25tf Better pictures than ever Court IN TOWN AND OUT. Economy is the Road to Wealth. Economy is the Road to Wealth. You pan save money by buying your Spring and Summer Clothing or Isaac Marx. He sells retail at wholesale prices, small profits and quick sales, is his motto. It is money in your pocket to give them a trial before buying else where. Remember the place of the old U. S. Clothing Store, two doors west of the Court House. 2mos The Chinese at Beaver Falls. Having business in Pittsburgh a few days ago, we stopped over a day or two at Beaver Falls with our friends there. There being so much said about the in traduction of Chinese labor into the Cutlery Works, we visited them. saw the Chinamen at their work, and were much pleased at the punctuality and steadiness with which they went about their labor. The Cutlery Works were built about five years ago, and were owned principally by Pittsburg Capitalists. It is said the works cost about $300,000, and never paid even sim ple interest, but on the other hand lost money. The Harmony Society, known as the Economites, wished to change management or sell out. They were finally compelled to buy out the Pitts burgh Interest, and endeavored, through their agents, to run the works with skilled white labor, but after fif teen months running found they were losing money, and must Cither stop the works or procure cheaper labor. After looking over all the ground one of the agents went to California to get Chinese, but upon arriving there bond China men scarce, and returned without any except one named Ah Chuck, a mer chant of San Francisco, who In com pany with some agent of the Cutlery Company, went to Louisiana, where they succeeded in getting about one hundred and thirty men, whose time there (about four years) was about out. They were brpughfe to .Beaver. Falls lrr squids as their time expired. These men have been in the country from four to eight1 years. . But few of them can speak English, as they have associated but life tie with our people. The last lot ar rived, .about two months ; ago., ' They were brought direct front China by Ah Poy, who has, been in, California seven years, ilea a very fine, pleasant man, and exceedingly courteous jn his man ners, and talks our language, well. : fn passing, through the works, we' find many pleasant faces. They are not as qmck in motion as the Americans are, but their great success appears in their being so steady, almost like machinery in their movements; Although but six months have expired since these man first came, yet they are performing as much Writ ts time fnumber of skilled operative itied fe do They have their own store with such; article as tea, their own kinds of shoes and clothing' which is rather Add. They all h vein two large horses, one built exprasslv for themi"Theh- footf largely "consists of nee, using it, as we do bread.- Tbey are fond of eggs',, chickens', pork, cabbage, turnips, &c ' This lot do not eat rats' In fact we think they- live pretty nll.t1- After night they keep at home. ., Al though they do not keep their houses very clean, yet lieir beds.ire carefully clean, and they wash 'their persons all over each day. There has been a strong leeling by other mechanics against their introduction. - At one time the people even' feared violence, but most people bave decided to let the problem work itself .t. , Tbis we .know, the Cutlery people regard them as a success.-''The other-- manufacturers'" nave agreed not to employ Chinamen.' .The excite ment accordingly has passed, away, and the indications now are, that every thing will go on smoothly .and o,nfetly. Horse-Racing at County Fairs. Dr. Lemoyne, of Washington, Pa., is about to test the right of the managers of Agricultural Societies to permit horse racing at their annual exhibitions., Pre vious to the Fair at Washington last fall he notified the authorities of the Association that be should enter suit against them if horse-racing or trotting were allowed, but they -paid, no at tention to his notice. He has now in stituted preoeedings a'gainst the mana gers, and the point at issue will be sub jected to the most rigid legal investiga tion. The result of this case will be looked for with considerable interest. Send for a catalogue of the Smith ville High School. : i. ; j ; I j 4 , i The Most Complete Stock of Furniture tnre Will be found at the Mammoth Furni ture Establishment of C. G. Hammer ft Sons, 46, 43 and 50 Seventh avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. This house is the old est and largest house in this line of business, whose uoursju .spread but on levet, would require over one and a half acres of space. ,.Tliis house carries more stock than any other house west of the mountains. Among their enor mous stock may be found the following : 73 new styles of Parlor Sets, -at from $00 to $2,000 ; 4G new patterns of Cham ber Sets at from $30 to $1,750. Library and Dining Room sets, Hat-Racks, Wbat-Nots, Office Furniture.. -&c, &c. of all descriptions and prices. They guarantee superior work at 20 to 30 per vent, less than Eastern prices. Photo graph Price Lists sent on application, of when In flu clteclotfjLforgetid call. heft auvcrtisejnent ln-anoihef column. ! Try "our nejQiiVfVinrtney ft Ap- The Most Complete Stock of Furniture Cash System. We,' itne ,' nndersigned ' Grocer jr ; and Provision men of MiUoroburgj-beliey-ing it to be our interest and the interest of the. public,' agree -that nu and after fciic lObMw;iU JD, 1?1V IUU IB" tablish a cash system in our business : George Schnorr, Wm. H. Gard, Charles Hose. Frederick Fritz. . George Scholar; i' H. S;.WestouV w i John Hersh, - George Vogel, -J. P.- Larimer5, Dagmi ft W ltherow. March 10, 1873 31w3 Hall the people's Photographer, tf Stationery. -To all who are in need of paper, en velopes, &c, plain or fancy, wo wonW state, that we have a good assortment on bands, and are luting up the room back of the Post Office, w here samples of our stock can be seen. The best brands of Cap, Legal. Cap, Fools- Cap; more iieaus, bui iieaus, letter Heads' Note and Letter Paper, always on hands Envelopes of all styles and colors. " Our paper and envelopes are of the best quality, and will be sold at the very lowest ngures. l'ersons wishing to have tneir tarus printed on their envelopes, or letter heads, can have it done at lit tle expense. Please remember that all kinds of Stationery can be had at wholesale or retail.- - - tr ' ... - , j J , ' "Shade pictures at HalTs Gallery. Pimples, Eruptions, Rough Skin. The system being put under the in flucuco of Dr., Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for a few weeks, the skin be comes smooth, clear, soft and velvety, 411(1 IiO!..! illiitninnf aiI n.S.t. .Ua .i' perfect health from within, true beautv stands forth in all iu glory. Nothing ever presented to the public as a beau- uiier oi tne complexion ever gavo such satisfaction for this purpose as this Dis covery. The effects of all medicines which operate upon the system through the medium of the blood are necessarily somewhat slow, no matter how good the remedy employed.. While one to three bottles clear the kin of pimples, blotches, eruptious, yellow sMits, com edones or "grubs," a dozen may possi bly be required to cure some cases whore the jsystein is rotten with scrofu lous or virulent blood poisons. Th ciiroof all tlicsediscascsJipwcvvr, from the common pimple to the worst scrof ula is, witii the use of this most potent agent, oniy a matter ot time. Sold by all druggists. 002 Cheapest school in the country at Smithville. . . Crayon pictures at Hall's Gallery, tf Sheep Raising in Ohio. I gave vou my experience on wool growing iu Ohio in my last communi cation, and promised you my expert ence on sheep raising in Ohio. With the editor's permission I will it to you I lmrchasbed 50 ewes the 1st of June. A. D. 1872. for So per head, and keot them one vear, and raised 35 lamlis from my flock, and I found my profit and loss astoiiows: To 50 head of ewes at $3 per bead, llM UU To interest on capital invested at 10 per cent-, 15 00 CO 00 To pasturage for 50 head, foe 6 months at ao cts per neau. To 1 lb hay per day, for each sheep, for o montns, at one cent ner pound. 153 00 To 1 lb bran per day, for each sheep, for montns, at 1 cent rjer pound. 153 00 To 2 centperhead for washing So bead. 1 70 8 50 To 10 cents per bead lor clipping and tvinc wool. To boarding while washing and clipping sheep, 3 50 To shepherd boy one year, 35 00 To boarding and clothing shep herd bov one year, 125 00 To 5, died by disease after clipped 10 00 To 15,killed bv dogs after clipped 30 00 To 1 day with team taking wool to. market. 5 00 70 CR. By my clip off of 85 head, 3 pound per head,- amu cents- - Der pound. 178 50 By price oN8 heatt.wter clip at $2 per-bead,-' -130 00 $308 50 Leaves me in debt $441.20 on a flock of a0 bead for one year. Now rhave given you my experience on wool growing and sheep raising in Ohio, based upon present prices, now I am done with sheep raising. Dad says I else. DAD'S BOY. Pictures in all kinds of weather Courtney ft Appleton's. .- tf We are pleased to note the steadily increasing' popularity and prosperity 'of Fclton ft Bigclow's Business College of Cleveland J Ohio. : The proprietors are tmrrotigbV earnest gentlemen, and are paring r no expense ereffor to retain their well earned reputation. Every young man should receive Ale practical training given at this institution, as nothing will give him greater strength totbunethe trials of a business world than a business education. Tuition at Smithville averages only six dollars a term. Charade. In contemplating upon the past I thought I would pen a charade for your BrairV"r? TV - m composed often letters of which the first, second and third, spell the Latin for; the fourth and fifth make a personal pronoun of the singular num ber; the sixth, seventh and eigntn mean definite: and the ninth and tenth com pose a pronoun of the objective case; while mv whole is the name ot tne man who discovered the use of flint in strik ing fire-in. 1715, B.C, and who was supposed by all nations of the earth to have stolen the tire, thus produced, irom heaven. Will you tell me his name ? India' Ink pictures? at Hall's Gal lery. 1SH Country Merchants. We would call tho especial attention of our Country Merchants, Shoe Deal ers, and readers to the advertisement of n. Borland, 53 and 55 Wood street, Pittsburgh, which appears in our paper. tie is receiving tne largest stock ot Boots, snoes, waiters, .Balmorals, iiro gans, Slippers, ever brought to the citv. lie manufactures women's, misses', and children's goods. Buying his stock for cash, he offers to duplicate any Eastern dims, ne nas also opened up a f amily Retail Store, 98 Market. Give him a call when in the city, and examine his stock and prices. Cameo pictures at Hall's Gallery. IStf Reward of Merit. The following strong certificate as to the curative virtues of Miss Sawyer's Salve, we clip from the Patten Voice: "We are happy to lay before our readers the following cure, effected by the use of Miss Sawyer's Salve. jar. hi las Bryant of bnerman, has been afflicted for years with what the' doctors pronounced a scrofulous cancer. lie consulted tne most skillful physi cians in vain, and was finally induced to try Miss Sawyer's Salve and now af ter using the fourth box, he is entirely cured, and enjoys perfect health, tf Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. The copartnership heretofore exist- ng between II. S. Weston and James Frazer is this day dissolved by mutual consent. H. S. Weston, March 15,'73-31w3. Jas. Frazek, COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. H. S. Weston has this day associated with him in the Grocery and Provision business Mr. M. P. Huston. The busi ness to be carried on at the old rooms opposite Post-Ofliee. Style of firm, Weston & Huston. H. a. Weston, March 15,'73-31w3 M. P. Huston, "American." Look to your Interest. If you want a Sewing Machine go to the Messrs. Hull's new room, nearly opposite the Post Of fice, and get a good one, one that is easy to 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 a lifeline,,) V - . - 4tf All kind of pictures at Hall's gal lery; iri - n - ' - - - 18tf MARRIED. In Marshalville. on the 17th inst.. by Rov. J.ti tiiltHm.GKOKiiK M.CLOUSICof Akron and STELLA MclMUtfc, vt Alarshville, Wayne count, Ohio. DIED. FrIi 13th: lATft. At the resident-. nf . , William Henry Gillam, in Nevada, Wyamlott county, Ohio, of paralysis, Mrs. H AKY 1KN- i , ag-eti m years. The weary spirithas fled; the worn and was ted form has been committal to the tomb with solemn rites" Ashes to ashes, dust to dust" a brief notice of her long life and our sad task is done. - I S was of Scotch narantaare. beta the claogttter of James and Rebecca Kennedy; Was nam In Allegheny Co., l'a on the left bank of tie .leughiogliony Rirer, a short distance abore.McKeesport. In 1817 she was united in marriag-e with William Glllam,of Peters Creek of the same county. . Tbejr resided in this vi cinity until they removed to Holmes Co., Ohio, 1888. Boon after marriage she, with her hns- band, united with the Presbyterian church of Lebanon, under the pastorate of Ucv. Thomas Ifcaiftl, of Pittsburgh; was afterwards connec ted successfully with tho churches of East Uopewell, Berlin, and Sbrere, of the Presby tery of Wooster. To the close of life sho con tinned to be warmly aUncheil to the church of herelwlce .. '- - ' Having lost her husband by death in 1811 she was afterwards married to Mr. John Don ley, llut in a few years she was bereaved of a husband a second tlme.aadwos a widow lbr twenty years previous to her death. She was the mother of seven children, only three of whom survive her. She was conflned to her couch for eight months previous to her death ' liut her life of toil and suffering closed calmly. Anil now tho great wurld will move on as be. fore, but to some it will never be what it was once. The loss of a mother ts irrenarahlc. Hope can only took bcyimd tUo tfwve. . Mural) 19, la tvnirio township, Mr. J AUKS FI- ALK, agwl 1i years. Mr. F. wnri an old resident of Holmes coun ty, having lived in the Killbuck valley for 58 years. He was suddenly called away to Ills re ward while laboring on his farm, having only Just time to go to the house, from his work, to lie down to die. In his death the family have lost a kind husbiusti and a good father, the cnmmunitv has lost an upright citizens, wliilr the church hns lost a tni-mber who wits fuitli till to his christian duty. Centaur Liniment. There is no pain which the Centaur Liniment will not relieve, no swelling it will not snhdne and no lameness which it will not cure. This is strong language, hut it is true. Where the part is not gone, its effects are marvelous. It has produced more cures ot rhcuraatism,netiralgia. lock-jaw, palsy, sprains, swellings, caked. breasts, scalds, bums, salt rhucm, ear-ache, upon the hnman frame, and of strains. spavin, galls, &c, upon animals in one year than have all other pretended remedies since the world began. It is a counter-irritant, an all-healing pam reliever. Cripples throw away their crutches, the lame walk, poisonous bites are rendered harmless and the wounded are healed without a scar. It u no humbug. The ecipe is pubushod around each bottle. It is selling as no article ever before sold,and it sells because it does just what it pretends to do. Those who now suffer from rheumatism, pain or swelling, deserve to suffer if they will not use Centaur Liniment. More than 1000 certifi cates of remarkable cures, including frozen limbs, chronic rheumatism, gout, running tn mors, ftc have been received. We will send a circular containing certificates, the recipe. Ac-, gratis, to any one requesting it. One bot tle of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment is worth one hundred dollars for spavined or sweenied horses and mules, or for serew-wonn in sheep. Stock owners this Liniment worth your attention. Ko family should be without Centaur Liniment. J. B. Rosa A Co, New York. Castoria is more than a substitute fer Cas tor Oil. It is the only safe article in existence which is certain to assimilate the food, regu late the bowels, cure wind colic and produce natural sleep. It contains neither minerals, morphine or alcohol, and is pleasant to take. Children need not cry and mothers may rest. Has Millersburg Market. Millersburg Market. March 26, 1873. FLOUR, bbl. Retail, . WHEAT, White W bash, WHEAT, Ked. ft bush. . S90a9 00 l.O&al.Tu 1,00 COKN, per bush (new) - 45 it 1 1., BAULET. - - - 60 SO OATS, new, 1? bush. CLOVEK SEED, W bush, TIMOTHY SEE1, " 33 ' SO S.OOa.1,25 - 1 50 - 1 75 j 60 - 'IS 1)0 - 15 r laa E.r.L, WHITE BEANS. " POTATOES, HAY, W ton, -EUGS, V doa 11 UTTER, (in roll) lb. CHEESE, " 12 1. -A IV 1 , " HAMS. SHOULDERS, lb, . s TALLOW. " KKIED APPLES. lb. i , in r. i - i r. vv ii i id, PARED PEACHES. " -. 15 8 - t-a S GO! 00 RAGS, fi lb. -EKATHEKS. lb. " SALT, ft bbl. retail, -WOOL, ft lb. -WOOD, per cord, " -OKESSEO HOtiS, SPECIAL NOTICES. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. The direct route' for Joliet. Mottio. ntt-wa. seo, Moline, Rock Island, Davenport, Musca ijmjb, ci u, ncanr, iawu, x-eona. i-t'.np tine, wasuington,lowacity,irinnel, Newton; Des Moines. Uuoctl liUifT anil Omh with out change, where it joins with the Union Pa-f cine Kaiiway ior Denver, aait .LAKeCitv. Sac ramento, ban Fi-BDoiseey and all points west on tne rm-uivciwin. rains leave daily, viz Omaha, Leavenworth a Atehison xpress,(ex. cept Sundays), 10.(JUAM Peru Accommodation, (except'Snndaysi, 6.00 P. M onus ana jeavenwortn express, (except Saturdays), 10.00 P.M Penot corner Harrison and Sherman Ticket ofi.ee S3 West Madison tvtreet, Sherman The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific. Rail road Company have now opened their South western in vision oetween Jveaven worth. At chison and Chicago, cvnnectin at Leaven worth with Ransaa Pacific anti Mi.miri p cific Kailroads, and at Atchison with Atchison Tooeka A Santa Fe. Central Br&nr.h it n ion citic. and Atchison 4. Nebraska Kailroads, for arc pviubB iu nouBAB, luuiflll OTTl MJrieS, UOIO rnuu niiu new aicxicu. x ne company nave built a full complement of Palace liawine Room and Sleeping Care, whiclij'or external iKMuiLv ana luteriararranirementA (VarftiiM w.m fort, convenience aeU luxury of BasMiurprs unequalled by any other encsof the kind in the world. Through tickets for sale at all princi pal ana way ticKet oiuces, - , Hugh Riddle, General Superintendent. AIM. Skith. General Fa&senirer Ant hi. cago-IlL . - Sheriff's Proclamation! - - .Jl? , . - i Sheriff's Ornc, i ' ...r ..Millersburg- O-, March, 4, 1W3.J County and State of Ohio, do hereby notify the Qualified Electors ot theCounty of Holmes and State of Ohio. to assemble iu their rcsitective Townships, at the usual places of holding elee- Monday. April 7th. 1873. And then and there proceed as the l.iw directs to vote for oneiKLEGAT from said County of Holmes to a Convention to revise, alter or amend the Constitution of the State of Ohio, to assembleat the City of Columbus, Ohio, on the Second Tuesday of May, X873. - In Testimony whercor, I have hereunto set my hand and seal tbis 4th day of March, in the year lb3. . Sheriff of Ilolmes County. March Ti-wG For Sale Cheap. ONE iff TOP - BUGGY, "tTTELL MADE in every particular. v v i be sold cheap. ONE HTJSTER-UASE, PDLWEWBIiED, Stem-Winding, Silver Case Watch. An excellent tinier. Will be sold cheap. - AUHfuire a (no 2f,w4 BOOK STORE. Carriage Trimming HARNESS MAKING. , E. H. Strubbe, BERLIN, OHIO, WOULD respectfully announce to the citi zens of Holmes and adjoiningcounties, that he is prepared to do all work in his line and guarantee satisfaction. . Harness Made to Order. lie has the right lor this conntv for the PONS' PATENT TUU BUCKLK, which is su perior to all others. jqs .none out tne oesi woramen empioyea. E.H. STRUBBE.' Berlin, O., Ang. , IffiS. - iT ltf WANTED.-' SAW LOGS! Of All Kinds Either to Saw or Buy. flQy Sawing done on Reasonable Terms. E. H. HULL & SON. JEstablisJied in 1838. ' Be-Estnhlishea in 1809. C.Cr.Ilammer & Son MamilactnrcrsorFine ami Medium Fumitnre oi'every description and price, h nnd-niadeand superior in ttvioa ana quality man iounu in most or any other Furniture iloue this aide of the mountains IMiotovrapiiA and Price Lists sent on applica tion, or wIhii in the ciiv duu't forget the place Sign of tho Larife Golden Chair, 45, 48 and BO Seventh Avenue, Pittsburgh, l'a., 33,yl $50,000 REWARD! Will be distributed to snuscrihers to the Amer ican working; people in lKtd. It is the only Workinirinairs Tariff Monthly; has ltt large quarto laires.with illustrations, A'twy SnberHr iatUt a Premium, Varing from a cents in value to tDUU in rreen bncks. Among the premium are II nl &iu in rrcenuar.ks: so mi: tool tiuu:siuars, rar hr Organs, $SW each; 10 tiewinH Machines; $tsu each; w American Watonns 4U eacn uestties many tl.Ni thousands of smaller premiums, limy iur vuar. sent on trial three months lbr .Scents, 3S,m3 lend for specimen to CAPltoN A (JO., llox a, Pittsburg, 1'a Agents Look Here ! TF VOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY, apply at once ior au ngency lor Livingstone's 28 Africa. Tears in Price $3 50. Uiitnt 1 Ot). Address J. K. LOWRIE, Publisher, No. a) Public Square, Cleveland, O. IF YOU WANT FURUITUHE, Look Through One of the Most Extensive Stocks! In the United States, Our 0m Miifactie ! Ko Ion a- stairs to climb, as we have Two Steam Elevators, one for carrying our custom ers and ne for handling Furniture. So it is no trouble to look at ooda on the upper floors. HART & MALOME, 103, 106 & I07 Water St., Factory 30, 32 1 34 St Clair St, CLEVELAND, O. V r FALL &' WINTER STILES Milliner? Fancy Goods. EASJUST RBCSIVED A FULL L1KS OF FALL AND WINTER HATS All New Styles. Call and See Than. SOMETHIXQ Nlff IJT. CHIGNONS, BRAIDS, 11 A 1IC UUICIjN, &C. Something Very Nice in Jewelry. Geld and Black Wristlets. Neck Chains of a Ueantilul Style. Also. Ladies' T-ace Collars. Fancv Bawl and something new in a Neck Tie for Ladies. akdtjva ;V . -vi- l se CALL IN SOON, AND SEE FOB TOUBSELVES. October 30, ISTi. ffood News ' AND --Good Tidings! NEW - J...J BUSINESS FIRM! ARE OFF FOR New -Goods ! FIRST IN 4 THE MARKET. LOOK OUT FOR BARGAINS WHEN THEY SHOOT THEIR GTJZT! BOOTS & SHOES CHEAP ! EOOTS & SHOES CHEAPER ! Advertisement Next Week. SHRIMPLIN & COFFEY. Mi Hers burg, March ISth, 1ST3 LOOE OUT FOR CHEAP BUILDING HARDWARE AT HARPSTER, RUD7 CO.'S. A NEW PATENT WHEEL BUCCY, for Sale Cheap, At HARPSTER, RUDY & Co's 0 -rT--V'ortJaf -gWr tr vrs vsw VERT Important Jacobs Has just received a large stock : ot AMERICAN & SWISS I WATCHES 5 In GOLD and SILVER CASES. Gold and Silver Charms in abnn- ; dance. A large assortment jt r . of Studs, Buttons, fine q Gold and Silver Rings, ; Gold Bracelets, line jt . Gold Jewelry " " insets, j f Ac. ; Charms, Silver Thimbles, Gold Pens, Spectacles, Nickel and Plated Ware, Ac. We continue to sell Elgin & and Waltham Watches at fac- -uf tory list $ prices. u ; Call and See our stock of Goos, j; i ucii'ic rijutwiisg cisc ti iicic. 25 to 1U0 per cent, saved by so doing. We do as we wish to be done by. All goods war , ranted. I I i Repairing I Watches. Chronometers. Clocks. Jewelry, Ac, l&epaired on short t?-Look for the Big Watch X ana spectacle sign. W. JACOBS,. Ibia Stmt, Millersbnrg Inland Empire. Inland Empire. Inland Empire. ARLINGTON. . ARLINGTON. ARLINGTON. The BEST STOVES in the Market, Call and See Them, at VOORHES BROS. FURNITURE! S. CLOSE, PROPRIETOR OP THE THE snhscriber Is prepared to AH orders of all kinds in his liue with promptness and dispatch. He keeps constantly on band ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE From the cheapest onalitr to the Anwt. a lit. tie chciier tliau the same article ean be pro cured elsewhere. A splendid article of Bed-Room Furniture Kept constantly on hand. REPAIRING Neatly Dona on short noucc Special attention given to the business of Metallic Excelsior and Wilniivdi- constantly on hand. I uflloi manufactured lo oritur, i sro roou iiearses lent oonatantlir In readiness to atteud calls. aotf IP f I If ,1 I w. I I I t 0. OCjOI Is n For ind n For and H I it A B. J ou.-, "EXCELSIOR CORNER. JUST BECHTED AT IULER & MCDOWELL'S. Millersbnrg, Om Sept W, l&Ti. MISS SAWYER'S SALVE. TTERB yon nave a salve combining soothinf and XX beaHns; properties, with no dangerous ingrebV a remedy as nana tor tne many pains ana wins and brnista to 'which flesh is heir. more easily applied than many other remedies. iHcme a bad effect, but always relieving . pain, however severe. it is preparea ny miwm aawyer, wno nas nsea n her own extensive treatment of the sick, fa learly twenty years, with great success. The d rind pal diseases for which this save Is ree onunended are. Chilblain. Okcvmatiim, PiUt Scrofula, Old Ulcer Salt Rheum, Sprain, Sum, Fever Sore, Felon, Pimple, Eryripda, Sorm Eye, Barber Itch, Deafne, Boil, Ring-worm, Com. Bite of Insects Cancer, Toothache, Eat ache. Sore Hippies, Baldness, Swollen Breasts, ika, scata ueaa, leaning, inappea uanas. Scald, Cut, Bruise, Croup, Cracked Zip, and Sores on Children It never fails to enra Rliemiiatisai IT properly applied. Rub it on well with the hand three times) day. In several eases it has cured palsied limbs. Pue it has been discovered to be a snrerenv dy. Persons thai have been afflicted for yean bave been relieved by a few appltessioasv For Ery ripela It works wonders, allaying the inflammation quieting the patient. For Chapped Hand sroauce a cure lmmeaiateiy. iei utoae wno aait, Rhemm obtain this Salve, and apply H freely, and iiey will find it invaluable. It Is good in cases of acrojiua ana ittmms. voweers nave oeen enmi nth it. The best Solve ever invented for Swollen Breast and Sore KIdvU. No wsv inhnioas, bat are to afford relief. Sore or Weak Eye Rob it the lids gently, once or twice a day. Cores desi wss by patting In the ears on a piece of cotton. Felon this Ia superior to snything known. Pimple tbis aets like a charm. For Burn Scald, apply the Salve at once and it gives immediate reiki. For Old Sore, apply once a Not among the least of tlte Invaluable properties Miss Sawyer's Salvk are its benetictal effects on the hair. Utibbed on the scalp, in five or six different parts, H promotes the growth of the hair. irevents u turning gray, sou on dsk soots Unix duces a new growth wtn of uair. io la No lady should bo without this invaluable article as an khwble article as an Htdaetiabl6 cosmetic for the toilet. It eradicate Uanirnff and disease from the bead, and bkrtches and pimple from the lace. From Mr. ELIZABETH COOMBS, Brunswick. Brunswick, April 4, 1867. Miss Sawtoi : I received your letter last even ing, and was very glad yon concluded to set nw take yonr Salve. 1 think 1 ean do well with it. and will be quite an acconunodation to my husband. as he cannot get along unuumt u. s nas tried everything else and has never found anything that healed his leg as that Salve of yours, and we have both found H to be all, and even mare, than pom recommend it to be. Vs have had k ia the nunily five or six years, and have used it for everything, and can truly u we have never found it eomaL nse H for a weak back, and it acta like a charm. Mr. Ctoombs baa fkad a fever &or emMtstegjor thirty wear, and would he m cripple to-darn. h had not found a remedy in your Salve. It keeps healed, and takes out the inflammation, proud fleah and awellirur. and doe for him ail that be e ask. I can recommend it for a good asanv tnings that you have not, for I nae it for everything. I cooaktor It invaluable in a family. , Yours, &c, KI.1Z.ABKTH GOOlfBS. TO THE AFFLICTED. If your Traggi8t Is ontef the Salve, and nsgrccts to keep aupplied, send sixty cent as directed, be low, and receive a box by return -M Put up In Large Boxes at BO cents earn (nearly three times as large as the box represented above). Prepared by MISS C SAWYER, and put up by L. M- ROB BINS, WbolesaJe and Retail Druggist, Rockland. Ms. Trial Box sent free by mail on recall of sixty cents, by Ls. M. ROBBIES, Rockland. Me. THIS VALUABLE 8AI.VK IS SOLD BT AU, DK ALHUrt IN lUUHClKBi. . Mylin The First National Bank MILLERSBURG. OHIO. Capital Faid ia ROBERT LONC, President. B. C. BROWN. Cashier. DIBICTOMS: BOKKT I.ONO, W. H. GIB90W, , C. Brown, Isaac Pctnah, . CHKRBY ISLIKS, JOHM K. KOCH. J-, !. JOU. POMiaKNK. Discounts Notes, Receive Depot ites, uni Transact a General Banking Business. Mtr Agents "Wanted ForthcUaiiT sitM"Tio of aysieole lise rature, Ol R lKiaTlo.N; Oa, My Jolly Friend's Secret Dr. 1io I.snris' mw work Ii sm Immense surocsa. Saves money, worry ami prooious health, and shows how to Live Well and Orow Kat oa $1 a wwk. Agmita an Colainc Moms' aul doiug a worltlol'aooj with tt. Tbosame chances itill ooeu. lWay Hot, but anxlrass at K. IIANNAFOKI 4 CO.. Publishers, 1TI West ourth Street, Cincinnati, O. 31w