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Holmes County Republican.
H. 6. Watte, T. B. C.naIn'kAaH, : r mini a nuraiaroaa. ! "Uni rpagrrgn, O- : April 3, 1873 REPUBLICAN TICKET. CORPORATION. CopnciL' ' j:mulvane. B. C. BROWN. -v.;.' S..HECKEB. -: ' S 1 -Street Commissioner. ; .- e JOHN COFFEY. -Marshal . : S. LOUTH ER. TOWNSHIP. , ' ' Trustees. I JAMES TIDBALL. k ALFRED CALHOON. : GEORGE ADAMS. ' ,-. .; ... Assessor. .... - D.HENDERSON. : r Clerk. ' D.F.EWING. Treasurer. A. B. RUDY. ... Constable. A. & EMERSON. REPUBLICAN NOMINATION. We present today a ticket for Hardy.' township- nominated on Saturday last, to which we call the . attention of onr readers and voters pf both political parties.. It is Com post! of good men, and is worthy the support of all candid voters. We also present the nominations of oa r Corporation ticket It will be seen that the men composing this , ticket are as good as the town can afford. , We , ask, particular atten tion to the Candidates for Council. MANNER OF VOTING. Frequent inquiries have been made as to the manner of voting for Con stitutional Convention delegates. At lorney General Pond, to whom the matter had been referred, has given his opinion that theConstitntion can dtdates most be voted for acparste- . Jy from township tickets, deposited , in a separate box, and the returns ' - - " w De made to UieUierk of the Court the same as in ' sentatives. elections for Bpre- RAIL ROAD ACCIDENT. -a vi xL , o .uvicHuu Huinnmuuiouw anceororty feet,. The Cars all went on the opposite side and fell cut a few reet. ... The baggage car too Ore and about half the through track hear Butland Vt. on Saturday :f night The Locomotive fell a dia-1 mails were burned up. The Conduc- tor and some of the brain-men - and fireman were killed. Several passen ; gers were serverely injured, and all ,,.. slightly. POSTPONEMENT OF HOSTILITIES. pvoipoueuicini oi nos-1 tihties in the Postal Gtr difficulty: The cars will continue to run as na-nrooosed i . . nal untd tbe Coneressional Com- . , i """" MU tue ' Wa m wara ....- M-.t. L -a paii. I mnnrnrinn a tna fitmmarva ar IKa I . ' We are not quite certain whether I ' this is good news or not. On " .ucu.,. wim an excuse iotsuu greater ir- regularities than at present, we ad- mu mat u prooawy is good news. A WISE LAW. The wisdom of the .law of this . . I aute requiring all trams, where ,1.'Tacr8cr0S8 eacn other on alevel.to come to a dead halt before crossing - is suown Dy toe accident near Juu-l- vine. I be train on one road obey-1 ed the law, came to a halt, and then proceeded. A "wild train on the other road paid no attention to the w ana dashed on,cutting the cross- ing train in two. Those passengers on a train behind time who have chafed at the seemingly unnecessary stopping at acrossing when noother train is in sight can now aee the danrerthe Pmlno-lw.-r.t!r1a i. aangerme seemingly vexatious law provides aaainst. ' . NEW CABLE LINE. A contract has been sio-ne3 for " laying a cable between Portuo-al and our continent via the Awrrr. ,,i I ... . .Portuguese Minister ofPnhlie. Wnrb ..r-KKu nrevAPurui to rainy tnei .vwuuession to tne company, which.1 there is do rMnn rlkr ... I ... ul-1 ' witl be done. - By touchine at tl.e J uO Wlt! I zvmi wuicu lie about 1,400 mileal"&Ji . west of the Portuguese coast, the line would be divided into two tele rgaphic circuits,each of which would - be shorter than that of either of the I present cables.' THE SPANISH REPUBLIC. 1 The Spanish Republic is not in a good way. The Government con fesses that unless its fiscal affairs I ar fannm.1 .1 s t... .. Ia i . .eis , uub small l nrnanul r It. rt .. I t vr.w.v. in Buuvessiui continu-l11 ance. The Uarlists have just won a battle airainat th. Dr.it r i r. LUIU I swfl 1 1 Fl far a. n A loltaa I J ImiWrf ant a.Al . . I "imit-jjii; points, ana Me eBorta to raise forces in the threat-1 - ened provinces to resist the Carlist- advam nm rn:i - tt-. , r..v ...IUICa. C Jear that should the Republic fail, there will be a bnef and bloody spasm of aL. al . . . I .uie tommune, to De roUowed by an e ansoiute monarchy or protracted I an.rr.kv j. ' ' . . ECCENTRIC AMERICAN. : An eccentric Americanhascome to the surface of London society. Hisl special weakness lay in a false esti mate of the scope of Queen Victor ia s maternity. Thus it was a pleaa- ig aeiusion or our fellow-countrr- man that tbe British sovereign was ma motber,and he might be enter taining it still were it not that John Brown, or some of the Scotsman's colleagues in es waiting cauirht the nrotonHiul a 7. . .. I ..wi n .Ja"yana threat-1 be UCU trVP IJlaMJC All III III N Inn.AI- I T: , . .. --.-we amy- lum. 1 his intimation seemed to ex the AaMiaA a tmsmrliv.f tA AtT A. - ;ibv m icsubiuiitivc cuec upOQ QUI I felJow-untrvm-in'a reaann tt.I - 1 ;.mj:i.. i. ..i.i i I ... . ZT 7 I . T "S.m.niw xora, ana is now doubtless en route for this conn-1 10 try, though the wonder caused bv f freaks in London has not vet sub - ' aided. ty I 1., i v WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. This is the age of International Congresses. The latest proposition for a convention of this character has for its object the examination of the different schemes for a uni versal system of weights and meas aresvand the selection of that which shall be adjudged best. There is should be thus authoritatively sanc tioned wonld gradually be' adopted by the leading representatives of the mercantile classes, and through them eventually by alL little doubt that 'any system" which" DODGED. A much larger proportion of dem ocrats - voted for the disreputable Salary measure,than did republicans Of the 103 votes cast for the bill, 50 were democrats. While a sufficient number ofdemocrats dodged the vote to have defeated it, if they . had re maiaed in their seats and recorded their votes" against it. They are much deeper in the mire in this thing than the republicans are in the mud, VERY GOOD. Congressman Garfield, of Ohio,! has been formally requested by his ... . 1 consuuienuwresignmiuegrouna that he forfeited their confidence by votinz for the retroactive salarr bill. Verv ffood. It is not likelv that Gar- field will comply,butthenit is some- thin., tr. hi lrnn-nJ th world as well that he is no longer held to be worthy of the position. Trnmhnll mnntv. Ohio. haa. not th ballroUins. Push it alontr to other - a - - a - aistncts. THE SCHOOL QUESTION. The" question of shortening the! hours' of study in the common schools is being extensively agitat-1 ed in the Eastern States. Sooner or later the discussion wiU reanl. onr . own uoors. people everywnere are beginning to reflect that there such a thine- u nror.ir.ir.tn. tf,o tender mind of childhood. Our ores- ent ahool .vtm i. r.it i ' J uu icgwu. jusujr u Buiuibtuus who is weaker than his or been permanent lviniuredbv over-stud v.ont f . m m - j . ... ... . . uewnoiuauoii uK) M WBlMCea of the present system intbis ular is probably needed as much other parts of the country as England. Take care of the children by others, and not to be put back in- to an inferior class, A mndinVetinn partic . ln In New and the future will take care of it- .ir ' .... - SOME MISUNDERSTANDING. ocooiwu iu regara au-uie ooiuiers I Homestead law. The amendmente were vsnona and Imnor. . . .. . r tant. but thev all failed to nana. -1 .. j, "'l'" ""winS, warcn xmooutcs 1.11 W. iL.il I 1 ! I x Here seems to be- some misan- derstanding regarding the amend- u,ou wu.cu puu vongress session in regard to the Soldiers' T.HA law . I'hiit nv noronn ontir Lvl nniin thA nwinomns rT rh fnMm I . '"s"- all the change that has been made in u-g cvwUu cuier uoiueawatu, wno nave neretorore entered, under- the homestead laws, a quanUty of land less than ibo acres, shall be premitted to enter so much land as, when added to the quantity previ- louslv entered, shall not exceed 160 - - i acres: That is, that whereas the law of 1872 permits soldiers to enter homesteads on what are called "double minimum lands." or lands within the limits of rail wav ffrauts. and whereas many soldiers had en- tered 80 acres each, they are now premitted to enter a whole quarter section, or 160 acres of such lands. The amendment simply doubles tbe quantity of land that may be entered under the law. . CLAYTON AND BOGY. . "e cases oi senator Clayton, oi ... . f . ogy, . f bribery were not sustained. Miaannri hnri. divwi f ,, u k j u .ct.M i c i do not Wo" the former to te a po-1 "Heal saint, any more than we .... ... :. . 1 oept the latter as a model ofa politi- "" -.j -j ncpuuiican,tue anii-aaminiHira-1 tion oress characterizes his exoner-lo . ...I - i tion "white-washing job"whiIe - J wuo is aisemocrat is euiogi2-fvii eda .incorruptible patriot, who lomes forth from the .ordeal with outIB0 much as a smell of fire about nis garaleDtst the remarkable differ- ence of treatment being caused sole-1 ly by the dissimilarty exestlng be tween the political views and opin ions of the two Senators. And this I asked, forsooth, to accept as an evi- I mean and petty invidiousness we are : . s i: wutcicuiii jvui uuiisui l A r...i. i.i:- i wuucm iw uic puuiio weiiare.iv ... : " i BURIED THE HATCHET. tui.miuemHi uwuua uviug I rwTLm 1. a 1 ! i ! . Tk- . 1 I 1 wvmi iiunvicwus ia xorui i Carolina have determined to "'bury hatchet" and the Legislature, in ..Jr..m...nri,i .v j I vuviauvi. viiiuis piaiK.UIMlJ U. I sire, tiy passed an act of am- nesty for all persons who Were charg- ... n . ... ... .1 " the State courts with political "Kuklux" offences. The federal l.il.;t;D; xr-ur- ..,ui,u.rau.,Ui,a,,clu-Mt. . . .. .. i ,up a s.m uiar amnesty poa- vj. hiiikm uui maiaiui Kaleigh has instructed his deputies not to execute any more writs in I cases where persons are charged I tv. ith violations of the enforcement Yl I act, and the United States District Attorney has discharged all persons summoned as witnesses in these cas- i from further attendance at unless resommoned. The motto in all this awmilAnn "1t na hovn isii. 7r . I . 1 e trust tbe Morta Uarlinians may f able to inoculate all their neigh- -aL a1 - 1 ... 1 . t . Isl..t wurs.wi.aine same aesire, ana mat United States officials will en- rIAliMIVfl .11 anA. I if vwc aii om-u cuuiM. 1 w .. V 1 n. ninv , nrir jtmai.tni. nn. I . . , e - uiw i .w.. ' . " 8 Wlx or one uouar upon immigrants in addition to the tax of two dollars which tbev I ow to P"?- This is vary pet- i y unJU8"uaulf extortion ty now have to pav. and very unjustifiable extortion practiced upon a class who are poor- las .Kl. Ia n .1 .. : . I t ' .uic iu cuuuic ib. i A NEW SAFETY LAMP. Coal miners will be interested to learn that a new safety lamp was re cently patented in England. The inventor has modified the old lamp in the following way. He has re moved the wire ganze from that part of it which surrounds the flame, and replaced it with a strong lens or bullseye glass on om sideband a ail- ver reflector on the other. The re- of this arrangement is that his lamp gives " cheerful lightesUma- tea at iwenty umes vuai ox me oia Davynd sufficient for aU necsary purposes." By this means . the .nn.Mo.tnu.tt.. A.m. , more Keht taiToved Hefurtherrird r . - r -o uie possumiiy oi neaung uc tamp by means of the flameor it is plac- ed ao low that it cannot be made to .... ... . ... approved the ganze either by the breatn or Dy mung me apparatus, He baa remedied a tnira aereat. xnei lower portion of the apparatus, con- I taining the oU reservoir and the -1.5-k v.a.l tn th mart wick, which is screwed to the part wnicn consisu or me gauze nannei i ue DBiuejeauu we reueewt aw spring attached to it, whieh catches each time the screw is torn- .14 .1 1a.It. LuMthM ThA I . I two parts of the lamp. The bolt I easily removed oy anomor screw,-tna but this cannot be done without at the same time wiU.dr.wingthew,cv---.n and extunrish nff the flame, and if? o ' - " i thus becomes impossible to obtain Ught Dy opening the lamp, lheftjr new invention thus remedies the chief defects of the old lamp, and i - s. .i.:.LaL. a- a;ii I buuwiu ruiuu uie anHucauiiuii u i t cumug ui miDCT ire cureiij iwwu- tea. l PROFESSIONS OF INNOCENCE. The untrust worthiness of proEes-1 : . ,i J.. .Li UUB i iuu. uiauc uuue. gallows was shown in the case of I- . , . . iuul omiwi, muruerer is"uisvuleon rjnuay last, bmrm.on I the ni?ht before the execution made sUtment charging two other men with the murder and brofcsslnff his I T - , -r- - - o - repeated the story , to the minis- ter and during a prayer he caUed God to witness that he was innocent TT.nr..iMi;nn I. . 1 "vi"""-v"""6,u"i,""",-"; creej- ful parting with his fellow prisoners I he asked their prayers. Immediate- . i ly after, he privately informed the clpHrvman that ha was o-uiltir ni . . ' . . . r J. - themnrder, but pledged him to se; On the scaffold he joined, in 1 108 reg'ons exercises and in a brief I address to the crowd declared; hisl I I I innocence aud prayed for mercy. In his statements he charged 'the witnesses with perjury and injplica- .Iwiiit trt atpn nmn thp fater ilwrn. I Mo i, hl8COnrage W he begg Jiora lew minutes to prepare ior 7 aeatn, ana ne coniessea uiai ne was r gnilty 6r tho murder and that-Irrs J f f phy8ician in hlr nt a.HM fro Then, as he was nrevioDi BtAtement was a tissue of I . . . . ... ...I I out a minute longer he would have died w;tU . ie 0 his lips, and ther wouui have been manv who would have looked noon his execution as the murder of an innocent man. APPOINTMENTS CLEARED UP. The Senate made a pretty clean sweep of the Presidential nomina- tions before the divers committees. Not more than a dozen were left nn confirmed, and these except two. were unimportant. One was the nom- nomination of a person by the eu- phonious name of Scruggs to be Minister .to the TJ S of Columbia. Scruggs, who hails from Georgia, was nominated last session, and the nomination was allowed to expire with the session. .The name was against him, and has . again been treated in the same wav br the Sen -tA . to . --- ate. The other unconfirmed nomina- in - won was tuai oi uen. uayes, to oe Assistant Treasurer of the U S, at I """S"iijincinnati. Tbe aw creatinsr the in uuice uues not go into eneci until July first, and it is understood the ' e not a mattM-or nensnnai itnatiiir.ff K..s c". T ct. " i' mase gooa nis promise vo a legion oi appucania uiai mere snouiu oe I appointment at : prensnt The nmn. K. fi 1 1 . t m i , i . . . i.. " , . u"r "urulS rM. la la nnalrtratrtrka-l that rlan Umvao I u. th. ..Ul ' ' . . ,, ,, , j 1 COMPLIMENTARY. We elio the foUowinc items from u m , . . , - I some of our exchanges, which speak well of 6uf Representative in : the legislature Mr. Stin well: 1 I HOUSE. The bill to increue th. i .r. nr th. ti f Sf aS .t, whlca mouoa carrie-7e,,fc: n,,J. es l..eni..vT . . . .... I - xue nuuB very wiseiv.inaennite-l Lnn...! tl,. km..: . I iwojwuuwi wo uui w lucreaseKue I . wvernors salary irom S4,uuu to 6,- -.-murum iucro 80 many men n 000. There are so many men in I afhn.svA:li:.a L. s1 I the Drcsent SAlnrv. thn.fi if. AnM - I . . oe a species or nonsense to holdouton ny more extraordinary inducement. I The ee,t best,is little more than one r routine duty, with a BTKvi olnM VI Iflfr. l ...... 1th. ing a man $6,000 for thinking a a 1 . I TurJ ew uours in a weeK is prepos yu'" agisiaiure uc- fc'"ca." piuuiiuen creuu mars: lor f:iiInrB tr. imitnt. !,. l.lltho .mc juisciBuie -uv and unprofitable example of a dis- by uuujiraa. - i x ler, "Hon. Wellington Stilwell. mem ber of the House from Holmes conn nas shown himself a gentleman ' I anu oceupy intr ma nmoant waai.:-:.- a a . n 0e. Pres'cnt when it wa. for hun to be, and displaying that care mine exemination of all ! ly cssu ey fuses i . ... i H"""""" coming oeiore tbe House "J Z JES, MW or?" iiuei lennRernswl. afe Stilw.ll . . ,ln..il... . i: i , '.. . I -psaaaiiig semom ana to . tne pomwaiways oonstruinat fair and I precise yet determined in, favor of time 1. : l i. . . I wi. wmuu ue consioers just, j-ew on youngmen deserve more at the hands draws tllOIH nAnativita.a. A I U ll . ' t-uaiDM.uauM Uiau ue, KnalSlVe moum aw neaiui oe protected we ia. h iM . . . r.. i jl.!i .1 r pioMin uiut uoe.ui ami uruuant I ruture- olmes county has reason tion be proud or her member." Senate " ' ' tion" The Republicans of Summit coun- cation, nave nominated Uen. A. C.Voris is to delegate to the Constitution of . : I , vuuveutiuu. I loosed OHIO LEGISLATURE. COLUMBUS, March 28. SENATE. . Bills passed: Mr. Young's Senate' bill to pro vide for the support and government of hospitals in cities of the first class (Cincinnati) to the establishment of which theState shall contribute f nnds yeas 20: nays 10. Mr. Nokeavs House bill to author- ize the trustees of Middleburg town suit iJ05 CDt VUTchs( a SchifLnateTilT'to amend the mi-t to rewnlate insurance com- panies passed April 28,1372, so as to prov.de that mutual insurance companies may annually elect one- i SS?,r irecto:,, A me miuc k . . pi"uo iaai insurance wuipauica uiSu..- nnder the laws of this State shall . " . , ira,neB iuuuuMug im 100,000. The original act requries aaeetsof S700.000., . jut. ennsmaues oeuaw uiu w nl V1,0 ? orgtiaize and regu- lata n mdarwinnonr. mi 1iri ftTk B Til , 1 " ' ' " reduce the number of men required for vt Utiles in the rtUlerv arm of service. AFTERNOON SESSION. Mr. Curtiss offered a resolution, which was refered to the Committee a. D..U!. Wiba nntltnpivinfr .ml 'J requiring the lessees pf the Public 1 Mjjjfprtg the state to appropriate taKe possession 01 a certain por- tion of the Pennsylvania and Ohio ". " . " I" require au vounty xreasurers to leep a cash book of all their receipU taxes from day today.and to maice " penitenitary onensc tor awnny e---" imnnnioi uxra irom a the At i i , i u; uiau tm cuargcu ngaiusb uiiu vu iuc m aupiiMte. , , lUe tlOUSe to en went into VAm- mUtee of the Whole on the Appro- priation Dili, dir.. jonnson in me Chair. ' : Alter some acuoeration tllO Com . ,, . nA W ut . '"ZuKZa " ?t iue uuuk uu' wiiwiuiutuu .j. ut i hui is set for third reading on lues- day. ! I Mr. Babcock introduced a bill ?.x the compensation of members of : a "l .;rt.- "f " nuuureu r cacu regular kiuu,:ii'u uuinum uunura lur each called session and three dollars for each twenty-five miles travcl.and f for: tl'eeduft'onof flve ihfh iir a n nva i ianxin(ja a HOUSE. rmimiK prewutm. oy air. rr auiue, irom o, o.itoiuu-1 t : l a e a : 1 l i ; ln5"u,:l,l'' ' 'u'tu,:l' "J " "" "utl I Iitiaen8 of that countv.for a law au- thorizing the coinmissioners of said I county to levy a tax to pay the pros- ent indebtedness or sairt Agncuitur- 84 ylleSe- Hf. M t- Wtytl rnm mt19.na nr -IrtF. I . j Vi,i.uu. vvi..u. v. w. 1 lereou county, ior me rciinquisu- mentof taxes and penalties on cer- tain lands in said county. ; r- - . i House bill to authorize the village ITnin. ti., 1 ..f I vi uuiuu ilj.buu uusm.-i . . ,.uUv ? P0 ncl acK3on town- 8h,p Darke county, to purchase site ana onuu a town nan. u. i,;u .!..: n. .i:l. """ ""'" ,on.01 Aoams townsuip, iucas coun- v mtn twn o onf inn nMutinntB o .-n. VT . . ,... ... m r. 9 . . for the temporary relief of the Girls Industrial Home. TheHousc then went into Commit tee of the . Whole on the General Appropriation bill, Mr. Johnson in the chair. ' Recess. : FROM ORRVILLE. ORRVILLE, March 31, '73. . Now that the sun has passed the "Coshocton" line.and we have had tne usual obnoxious btorms, 1 sup pose it is fair to expect an improve ment in the weather. The Orrville Literary Society gave an entertainment at Evans' Hall on Tuesday evening xf last week, The part of the programme wlrichex tho ootof introf ,:o .. ... . . . . iue time or we entertainment was me aiscussion oi tue question "Should Politics ever be introduced oiiuum politics ever ue lntrouucea the Puln t." Rpv. .T ft Muio- r rr P rLn.!, iT .(Sn,. u. r. vuurcn, iook me ainrma- tion.and made a very good argument lavor or Ills stanilnoinL he mjua uiguer gruunus ior uie time meaning of tue word politics than is j . isrsnmenc was nassea on tup nptini-1 k w.k... t " r: nanuieuuie Bunjecsm its true ngnt sM5v.ourasauer,oi iueuermanunnrcni4e,io, too: tne negative or the ques-j i : i : . , b- gave TWalltla tht atjinfi 1 n crt-if-il n f rf a at nmn I .mstsr in . I.oata,! nn!itio,l nm.l.. paign ; and more apt to disturb the cunsuan leeung ana tranquillity of , J I .5??"" 10 P.r!P.aJle mJor iuraic nsiiucns. as tuu question i I T 1 . has two widely varying sides, with strong points for almost endless dis-IWTiitelv. cauii, i nave no comment make on either., i - aimer ueuverca an entertain- iZ" , BeckleV and Pontus snnsr a livelv r-hrrro4 rii!.. n . . """St Buu s' '-' vit nusiiiijrs, ano I Uio. Af,... f . l : .iuo iiwi opiuj essays, i ou ueurerau an oration ine wuriance were wim performances were interspersed with intcrsperseu wutnl t ! n4--n, 1 a crowded hall attflstPil iU nnnrnl... . , II 01 "ie etiort. ! J- B. Taylor has had bis grocery room, alsu the drug store room' of Miller & Taylor, frescoed. fl,f w.l, . 1. 1. 1 .1 .1 -' cupied the best house in Orrville. var -star. ... . me removal oi a largeuancer Horn Viroast I...C......I.. ... in.1 luiumi i.Q, iLjiivuiiiiiy Drs. Weber of Cleveland, and uiuerene ut juiuersourg. Mrs. Miller, wife of Dr. A H lril. had a Critical Surgical operation Jiverley s Hotel was burglarious entered a few nights ago and the urawer witu ten dollars in mon-l WAYNE. RIGHT. The Massachusetts Legislature re to rescind the resolution cen- sunng Senator Summncr for his at- P' to strike the names of Union Victories from Hie A rmv rnnnril. .ml ... "7 .- -,--- uags. mat is wciu it is enough to withdraw tho censure Sumner when Sumner with and anolooizes r..r 1.1.0 ninn AO " ftCt. ' i i . . . voiurauus nas caiignt tne lnicc- from Washington. The State is going into tlio "investi-'n- bnsineaa on vorv alilit. nmv and the work of legisliition be checked while the question ownership of certain Senators is ... into. THE ENGLISH FORGERIES. Details of Frauds Committed on the Bank of England. From the London papers of the 3i1 nnrl 4th Snot We (rather the. tril- lowing details of the great forgeries tit was discovered on Saturday that bills to an enormous amount had been forged noon all the principal houses in the city of London, and that these bills hod been discounted at the West Branch of the Bank of IT n f-rl a n fl i n Rtirlino-tan RunlMia t. 1. j .- i A'tr . 1 nuitu uucs bu cunitij uiucint .uu nt linpini... rmm this mwnt o.teri. shmenV in the city. It is intended for the cogence of gentlemen a m; .n(l West End trades who might find it inconven- to tniiact UieiroociBioDu Disuiesa . It ig not) therefore, ordinarily con-1 j, with rge bill transactions oiciiy conucm, ureui ;a iegs hnnnd ov strict regulations SSaSSi UT business of that nature which might accidentally be ha hmno-hi: tn it. The consniratora must h e been awmre of this, and I . .... i i tney laid tneir pians lor approacu- ing the Bank of England by this wwker portion of ite defend Warren, an American, who man I aged . the plot, was in no nurry, ana took care to sain a good footing be- fore he ventured on his ultimate I . II. 1 1 ... J 1 time just like an ordinary customer 0f good resources. He drew upon his balance and renewed it. but kept it tdways at a good figure. 1""la- . 6- hills. (StiU he was caret ul not to be hast v. and he con tinned his transactions with the bank until he h-H acamred the repoUUon i of a person engageu tu jegiumaw cu. l Uloiw lUiu mviuuKmi uuo.fiuiwji. i . . . ,i . i leSgta tire IQOICcQw COBIo 1U the presentation of; the forged bills. I Thev were dl3COlinted WltQOUt lies-I iution and the authors of the fraud i had. to all appearance, succeeded in safely pocketing about one hun- Mn1 thmiamil rnnrlfl All thene .7.r '. "aSuu. we .verp. i mgen Ulty and patience,DUl me Dl US themselves must have required the Greatest amount of labor. In the upou whom the bills purported to 06 arawn Bre e . .U8,D6 a peculiar kind or paper, with cer- tain water-maras and printed mat scholar ter. All this would have to be im hercompanions,has iuted, and as the bUls were drawn on more than one firm there must 1 a a i - taa: nave peeu several sucu jmiuuions. Thoiv rpmninl th rlrawinrr nf hills and tbe aOixingor signatures,; and gfr Diu must have required a se . . . ' ries of feaU in successrul forging. some Dins were DacEeu Dy several .iffnr.hnrft. on that thiw micrlil: paai-I jy 5 as manv as half a doien siz- natnrei on ftino-lp hill yet the bills were so perfect that not onj of them was questioned on . ..... .1 mp. frrnnnii or inn uwnunnt nrr. .nncurino- o-enn ne: hnt tl.A Tr.Pii wno j, exerted the : skill, fore- si2Ut and perseverance sufficient to insure uuuusiiaung accepunce oi t.i1R fnro-i hilla. mnUnnt ru . . . . ... onetnval blunder, which revealed "MOnetrival I tUe whoIe ploL XBey presented two bills in which the date of accept- lanea had hepn nmittI Tnmiirv ance "aa Deen omitted. Inquiry was or course made or the nrm whose acceptance was thus undated w. ...... .... It was discovered that the bill was not genuine, and the whole series were then found to be forgeries. w .. .. . -iu HOW much lurther the plot WOUld have been carried, it is imposible to . . . . . .. . .1 say. Advertisements werejiuDiisned to caution oaoKers, DroKers, and aU omer persons against dealing in - a number of U. S. five twenty. Ten- forty, and Funded Loan Bonds. amounting in the aggregate to over ?2d 7,000, they,; it is alleged, having been acquired out of the profits of torgery. The loss of tbe bank of England is stated at 80,000. The Boths childs are mentioned aa one -of tbe firms on which the foged drafts were drawn, bnt other names are given, A STUPENDOUS SALARY STEALER. The recent examination of the salary accounts of members of both I houses consequent upon the pay- meuaoi me increase oi salaries nas developed some strange facts.: A- mong other9 ia the diiognre several members from the South drew pav before thev were admitted arew pay Derore they were admitted .nri r.n . t.i.u.u- " . .jliS !! were not admitted at all. A com- parison of the books of both houses shows that on nf hAa mntlox.. wno claimed a seat in the eenate in I 1870 from Georgia, and subsequent- .y iiiura a rea. in in in ilia h'nrf. r... J... I ,. V y, 7"'" rwus," . "I potu bodies, all amounting to SlfV In the deficiency bill cas sed during the last few days of the recen oongress uierg is provision nK.k -t. mU O a al . . u " inthe Forty first Confess from Fortv first Dnncrrfaa Georgia such sum as shall make his O V c(lual "at xoung as a llepr 'PnmHUaAHa.tVts, MtJ auuiig a AAEUloCUUIbl fQ All DaaVlU Congress." Under this provision Mr. the member referred t a. Dove, is pressing a claim for an ad ditional sum of $4,200. Prominent KeDublican Senator, whose attentinn I? '""SPS not. l.. u ... P . f I Will nave anotner Case for exnnlqinn s. . .. r - lis nanus, r 97 at ling ton He- puofteon. a . .;.!. r-.l A QUESTION. aw uiw uwa uiaue auesLioo been made whether the abolition of the Frank- lnS "vilege will apply to the wid " Pw r President Lincoln.who receiv- . .1 .L. - . . .. 1 . . . ' IOt th0 rest of her 1,fe- I A SfiAOl fl I Ail saOfrmantl stannsrf his A i . . , . . ... I special enactment cannot bo re Pealxl by general law. m.- vi .- i- . V , i ue xuiers uuvernment nas 8(1 vanced the prospects of the Bona- partes materiallv ov nassinir a mcas- ure for their expulsion from France This will make sympathy for the lionapai tes, while it confesses them strong enough to frighten the Gov ernment by their presence. Millersburg Market. April 3 1873. FLOUR, bhl. Retail, : , W 1IK AT, White V buslk, WIIKAT. Kill. W bush. IJOUN, per bush (aew) .. , it l r., - ii a ui.it r. . UATS. new. hnsh. MIVKU 8KKH, w hash. ' TIMOTHY KKKIl. . r LAX SKKK. ' ' WIIITK HKANS, . " ; . 1-OTATOM, UUI. Fl .in, . ... EliUiVdos.. Ill TTRIL (in mil. ss lb. .1 Cllt'ESK, " . . I.AKI), HA US, u SIIOULDRIU a. lh TALUJW, . PAKbll PGAUIBS, r'KATirKKS, lb. wttTiATt" ' - WOOD, per cord, - aoossso l,al. l. Sla au Saw the in 'S '"If. 4 ou I I,00S,8d I pu S TO 1 W I . 11 UO I 1. X I ".'D,e jjr'a-"- Mi . I with o I " T I I llll I I I cate. 8 I 4U6U I WOOl ax iS A chronic condition of cold feet has been sufficient grounds for a divorce in indiana. New Advertisements. 1873 SurinST 1873 1 Are plea&ea to snnonuee to Uie citizens of Mil-1 i lersDure; anei in puoto in general, tnas tney I I are ow prepared to do aU manner of work in Crand Annual Opening or . . i HEWHILLIMtT GOODS! New Styles and New Management. Mrs. Wholf & Hiss Hyers, JSL "i";. 'S' e-r.'piSST2 fd warranted in every ease. we win endeavor tfgSZZlS. 2"""" per" JLIJflfa J Jr XlilJtl- MINGS, week Tiea. Handkerchlefa Olowes, Hose, Jewelry, jjace sraicung, EmDToidery, Perfumery, I A full aawrtaeatof FAXCT GOODS, c m .., Vf wc w iu.fi aw.imioa. We extend a eordial iaTitatioato every hodT I w owl u Mm m. xv limn, tu ahow goad. una. wholf. HISS EMMA MYERS. April 1, ISO. S3m Still Triumphant Otct AIlOthert-1 - - oua , KewkFHy K chioee which ku von favr in tne nonsenold or I ttv HKtion. will Hem. 1 Fell, Tuck, Cord. Quilt Trim, Bind, Gather! and Sew on at the same I timr fTJfr.Triiiir. Iitav I Kuffle. Smbroider and Braid, and I sew irom toe nnest ol rosgamer titsue to the heariett bearer with equal facility. . bold for cash, .rood promissory Botes or on mommy pmymenis, so eiiu tne eircamstances m ue Door aaa nca aiiae. The Sinrer Mannlactnrinr Go. thennWI wuipeey im Mm wurra huh muuiKHim nw- BaastitchT I ..r -j - - - I caines ior Bit ainus oi wore , Maniiiacturing Machines. Those an seowetl known to need comment. ?Srlm I ah aMoaiaea tept ta .rderirMorcnarn. AttaehaeBU,"and 'uw best oil tJ!iatioeDot fumaopaoa aaa. Ars Mn, of Sab, of Sci, )lacki. ta Tl I Wkaeler a WiUoa Maaaracturiaf to. STyTT - Howe Maohine, from Jan. i to July 1, lif0;'00- S2- "Jfr V?" ,990 1 . 138,63s ifjiu ,(BI I lO.Wil I Doaaeatae 8. M. Co. . ' I Blees 3. M. Co. Do not fail to examine the Sinmr before IpnreHase. Macfeina wUI b. kept La. K. K gelspacbe's Dry Uoods Store. JJyi WM. DOMER, Agent. I r-v. XTow Goods FOR THE KS I I I jm - i VflWIifl1 H ff Mr "& JUST OPENED. Summer! I , - I . - - v " . . w i m m-- mi : . m a b .k: i 1 fifVTTfflTS . HrVPTnTT A TlW? For Farmers' Wear, j L. ROTTMAN, BENTON. O. to ar ITow Railway. VTOTICK U hereby given, that bootj will ba I X 1 openeuin ui town oi nasuviiiei ni ine Ohio Hoase, oa tbe 8tb ilay of May, A. D. 1S1A between the aours of 10 o'clock A. If. and 1 o'clock r. M. or said uar, to receive abscrlp- I uucbi a . aai . aaa uniu uav. aaj cucitb iniBcn tions to the capital stock of theSaadnskr. As "d iT" EA"wiJ' 9mPy W. STrLWELI.. - Cor. r-enunies. HKNKV O. BaECKENRIDGKU J.E. CHASE, . Cor- pora tors. Sit ' ,THE., BRIGHT SIDE. IS THK BESTWEEKLY FOB INSTRUCTIVE! AMUS- INGI IMPROVING! The Best Writers.. Onlv SI.W I per. rear, with a kaadsoawi Chromo, -Cslla Lilliej.l Sent I with anv of tnexl.00 Mimlnn for onlv tiM. Send for full I Clubbing Litis. Agents Wan ted. Large cash commissions or ane premiuBas. Snbcribe at once and raise a Club. ' TILE CHILD'S FBIEVD, a four mure semi-monthlv umt far 60 cents, or with a line Chromo I or j.uul Botn papers and both Chromos for tiSfi. Send I stamp for specimens an say I where voa s.w thin. BRfCHT I isiLiu uu Chicago. - Sheriff's Proclamation ! - ' liiwrt orncc l Millersburg, af arch, a, 18T3.( i. Jama a Mccosa, sheriff of noimea county and state of ohiodohehiiri.S ..uSiiik SUlt Of Ohio, to assemble in lh.ii m.w.mh .vnuaui,, m. we wium piaces oi noiuing eiee- Monday. Aoril 7th. I87a And then and there oroceed th. l.w if Holmes to tSfvSfto rtovi,ser.ir,'o? tk. t...... .i ....;: ininTVii..-.-. I to ! W ' And seu : r r i - fl aaai aa sasaa " & y"? ?eff a aBDO . an,W Jsl ft, Shtarilt rtf Holmaa rM.a. -"J. I March 73-w Trimming IS HAR1TESS IIAEI1TG. H. Strubbo, BERLIN, OHIO, ' VV .D rrtrul! anaooace to the eitl "oimes ami amoinina: counties l'nIr " PPareii to do anil auaraatee suti: Are ioinins; counties. guaraatee satisractioa.. Harness Made to adj all work in his line . V( 1 afk. i : r THK . n I Ho has the riirht tor thl. ,K. nerinr tn .11 Mlwra . T- '.r1 I Boa-Aoae bat tbe best workmen employed. ' E.H. Berlin, O Ana. 10, lSTs, acres, ...j olKUBBE. I been I, can aor .. , i Bigimu, vi oucexo x eacners. fTTHB HOARD OF KTAMrVRItS or Holmes I A County, O will bold Kxaminations oil Toaebcrs for theensuins; year. In Room No. 7,1 !2r"0 UuUding, at Millersburg, m I HABCn 1st, 18th and ftth; APRIL 13th and Kth; MAT 10th and Mth; AUGUST SMb; .-l':..-:-..:..., SatPTEMBKB ISM and S7th; OCTOIlKn nth and S5th; NOVEMBKIt 8lh sndtl; WBINsnuRU, September tath; NASHVILLE, October 4th; . NAPOLKON, October l&lh. "These Sxaminations will nnm .t Qi o'clock. A.M., and eloso atSo'clook 1. M.Tlie will not be open tor admisaioa 'of apnll- alter 10 o'clock. The llo.nl ha. ilnn. away wim uie practice or ante-datlna oertlll-1 eases, koone is lully oompetent to enraae a I school till after olitaiulog a ccrtlUcnte from the I Board of school Kxarainers. It is reqnireil by I terms of the school law, that everv teacher I 11 b l ifc iu.iinen 10 ceacn ortnrosrrapby.Kcail- I For : Dr. I in ecu I health, Katon imances I once.lt. West Writing Arithmetic, UeoRrapby am'l Kusr- i"r'r" r v.u .v; u. . aiiiutc " . -i j wuniiMci oi seaca. tn",t,on w,n Sto to applicants tor I .......I .h.v..i.. . ; 1 v 1 . . I . , ... "j icon, sworespoa- per'"", will be required of each candi- These testimonial, must be nlaeed in a ..T.IW1HJ, iinwAieu, man autiresseu the n.m. n.i ik.utirti-. nr ).. . . 1 prosenieu on uie uay or examination, Cer- Will 11. OI lllll . mi . In .il .uuu. 4 . n c i. 1(11 1 Twanty.fonr Mouths. sfonths beina verv low .rule .nil sri.l certia mar be Issued a second time t. the ..... PI'"Mnt' u aireumstances miuire. A ft, of iwvv.h ..Mm. ...rjr IWIUIUSW.U. By oriler of tbe Boanl. . Jan. Ta-tStr. V 1 ' :rj h leu a i 0 ' to quetl any MfiTZUKlt, Hurrah., Hero. ; A NEW- SUIT i "LI i ' THAT SFITS! "Where did you get iti". f At Lis Btrd's." i . -1 .' I'M tt 1 "How much did it coat f" fl J0jij;K- l-iVVl-.l 1 " j -t - - , ' "GuesSs." if i - " ?. ft -"Twenty Don&rs "Oh, no ! only Twelve Dollars." "That is Cheap." . "He sells everyllung cheap. Se as4 1 ;B?i Stock. ; ?nd more coming. be He says he can't be I He . ..." be undersold by any one. keeps store Opposite Commer- cial Block, Millersbnrg, O. Homoval. I" ffftr. lit . Groceries, Provisions, Toys, NOTIONS, &c. GEORGE VOGEL St WovldresnectfnllTmnnoimcto hisenstomn I rimI the people generally, that he has romov4 I the room formerly occupied hr W. K. tari. I m door cast of Uhler ft McDowell's, where I can atways i ioana m onoioe nocn oi SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA, t- Aad everything ia that line. FINE & STICK CANBlES, dgars and Tobacco, Fruit Extracts, ft Large Stock of Fine Table Glassware, Lamps, lamp nimneys, unrmrrs ana w icks, v ioiiqs, unit- aou otrrngs, xoys oi every variety, wax uoiis, i ases.llorses. Wairons. Ac flouooH m ever? varies? uioves. jewcirv. uiuies uasaets. e.nveioDes. ancr and Peos, also choice harden Seeds. Cash, or trade for Butter ET n . I 6g' GEO ROE VOGEU Plcturo Frames, w i t ' Chromos, Stereoscopes and I Photographs. , , Courtney at Appleton. THE MILLERSBURG lIA'CfillTECOMPAlTY! Are Dttw runninir their Shoos, mnd su waulT do all jobs f rpsiriDg in tbeir line. They have on band and lor sale. Thrashing Machines, and Morse Powers that can't be ex. ceiled. lower prices titan can be had else UClC IIMTJ IslV3 UD UaUlU, Sulky Hay Rakes, Road Scrapers. nows, points, Road serapers. Farm Bella and Cast . . Ing of all Kinds. OrsonS wantrna anvthinrin onr line will it to their interest to call as ve intend to at low prices this season. March nth, 1873-tf. Tit Beit and &jitP Ao VXD -r- SB. sa jcire ana iaiiirgiar-roooi ft iiU't .ii:;j7U 1 A F E S AND VAULTS made y the PITTSBURG SAFE COMPANY, U 1G7 Peith Stheet, Pittsburgh, Pi Sttno t-lflTS. ' FARM , FOR SALE. nmlersfriKxI. 'as -mecntor or the last I will and testament of BOBEBT MAX- I r.i.1 ueceawu, oners for sale a , : t 1 I ii .. 1 .r ' 1 1 " FARM I OF 70' ACRES, Sitirateil in Berhir towhskip. Hslaies county. the twlajioav 1S.1 aiioats, mneseaslor MillersharB;. cui.raiiea. aau ton IHUai illershnrir.onthe timber land. Timber i,Tior, and in n- .uw i.nn; wen nuaiiwu ior lumtierina; found unn diSarent parts ol theurank- mm wttr mmti wut eacent. t ossessioa be iriven A pril 1st, 1H3S, , further InionastHHt. call on the nader- sim lawomceoi siaxwell A Kstlll. or .rsbuTohS.""" "au"ag JORST. MlZWUL raMarorarHoaaaTalaxwau. Ueceai.el. at, avn. juti I Agents Wanted ! the OaxiT Si Arrow of hrs-icnie Irsn. Mw Jolly j Friend 'b Secret. Dm Law ia new work is aa immense is. Saves mosey , worry and areelosw and shows bow to Live Well and Grow SI a week. Airants si-n rolninv Man.. andiroina-aworldorcoodwith it. The same sen. oucn. ut:.v not. nnt suiitrr.. 1 BAXiAKOBD CO.. Publishers, 1' rourth Street, Cincinnati, O. 31 w3 1 awissisr, sitSfTnsasa irasrr. onain. a. f.f. MeOONNILL, M.D., luri.os, r'- r'-'-r'-n -T 'ulilnsiil W aUUiMS sm. It auit m pmas art. 1 B. H. STAIR & CO., 1 '- Late I, STAIR BOS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers iaT Seeds,Plants,Bulbs, Fruits, 115 Ontario Stw, Clevelaoil, O. Sml i To the Ladies. fttartwsslsvhft iiim lannk mntB.iiiinvaiiirn iona of grent lmportQo. Seal IVee to address fur ton ceDlo. AUiret Mr. H. Uanover, Fa. auiut -NOTICE oi for Die the F" ; 1 f rpilR A. Wills. Make 1 Ofllce LOOK DDT FOR BREAKERS NEW FIRM ! NEW GOODS ! BOUND TO SELL I , . LOWER PRICES AfF . Shrimplin & Coffey's Boot & Shoo Store Than at any other house in Millersbnrg. A very Large Stock for the spring and Summer Trade.. Save your money. Dome and see what we have before buying. It will do you good. We can suit aW, 'Old and young. Our goods are bought-at manufacturers' prices,, for cash, and we will give our customers the best bargains there are going. Our motto is ' ! Fair Dealing & Good Bargains to All. Two Hundred Sides best Buffalo Sole Leather, Cheap. Shoemakers' Tools and Findings in abundance. The Best Home-Made Calf Boot in the county. : ,- " ' Iw largest Stock in General and the Cheapest in Particular, Ever Brought to this Place. 003VCE & SEE. SHRIMPLIN & COFFEY. B. BiBEtTT. B. B. DONNILLT. WOOSTER Steam. AND BOILERrfWOKKS, WOOSTEIt, O. -51. I ' i ST J.'- B. Barrett & Co MANUFACTURERS OT tir STEAM ENGINES, :aS W1 Ma 3B il l J Sheet - Iron Work. Castings for Crist and Saw .... , Mills, ' " .Bfl all kindle RrassCastins and Steam Ga tand. Tipes and KiHrnrs kept oaastaotly u oat . repaired PKOMfixT. - ' Steam Engines ' & Bailers 11 ew and DesiraUe Goods, J. E. KOCH, Jr's. How Spring Goods, New Black a Colored Silks, la Mew Spring shades. New Black ft Col'd Alpacas New Ca8slmeres & Jeans. . , ., For Men and Boy's Wear. " T M" ' Popular , Prices i'3 rAT-, .ifoT J. E. KOCH, Jr's. New Cinsams at 12 1-2 eta ' tiood Giaghaats, New Styles. New Prints at 6 1-4 cts. rut Colore.1 Prints. Ladies All-Linen Handk'rfs (j; H ,1.1.1 jfi:;.i AtSHceats. New Tpwellngs, .,, New Muslins at 8 f -4 cts. Bleached Muslin at 12 I -2c. - - ...'t,,:-. 4x4 Bleached Muslin. Aa Kxtra Bargain. New Tattle Linens, Table Damasks, shirtinga - .mi iiwu, hsvb xausiings, ace. N8W: Carpets & 7el7el Bns GOOD BABGAIXS IX (eensware & Groceries, At J. E. KOCH. Jr's. Millersburg, a, Fch. Is, lhTS. 'Road L BridgeTaz farl873. 10 TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES. Notice is nerehr slvss. sn tarTmiM. nr th scvpral TownshiBM. thM .1 sa. M .nh L.u ine ..ommsssioaers or Holmes County. mv.es.ar Koad ami Bridge purposes tbe year Inns, were assessed npoa the laxa- proiertr orsahl eostuty: FORKOAI. PIIKIN1SK.S. tn he wort . nnt tm public hi.hwav vador the dirortioa of the suiierv.sors. tne suss of One (1) Mill oa the ilon.roi valuation BHIIU IfUPOrlKthawum of Two(i) auiisna sue WHiar Of valuation. . jltyClnlervrtae 1'osBiaisi.ioneni. f J. H. NHWTUN.Uounl)-Auditor. MiNerakurx.Mareh ITiltOs, t ; : 1 1 -' At At State. As) ineut verr simlw All (IWIIlsw If yoo NOTARIAL. undersigned trill write with neataesa. aceurm.y swi untpMua, MoitaaUwS. Powers of Attorney, Liens, and - V. .n.i- Take acknowledgmeata of the same; Protest Note, Draft and Sitt$ of out Partial and Final Accounts for Ad- niu.r.Mir &.seciiiors sou tiuardians, lor Ulingand settling estates ia 1 , tlie Probata Court. ST . BBIilj, Notary Public, over Lou g, Brown Co's Bank, Millers- wuis.v juyi Over AU And XTow- Goods. K UEGELSFACH, Ha bought at Ux bot tine, a fall Mot of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS MEN AND BOY'S HATS AND CAPS, KNIT GOODS AND TAB2TS Queensware & Groceries, Which ha oatoa tor Casti and Trade ! AT SMALL PROFITS. Please call aad examine. I flatter mrself that 1 can offer you the cheapest stock of goods eves in Millersburg. 1 also par as rood aprfceforarodnca.iaeass) or trade, aa tbe market wUl allow. itr C. NCCELSPACH. 2nd AlTlTUaU. DISTRIBUTION! 75,730 PBEMUJMS, aaging ia value frees 8IO TO SO.OOO GIVEN AWAY I To the Subscribers or Everr Subaeriber is sure of One Presaiaw) aar war. and also haa aa eonal ehaaee of re- eeiviagaCASU Premium, or a PIANO, OR GAN, WATCH, SBWLSG MACUXNJL etc First Grand Cash Premium &w00.- BUB FIOa-.stlDsT sTBIsTHB. Ehrhtna.. Lu-resize. illiistr.ted.Tne Fuiilv Weeklv. I. in its Third Volume and has attaiaed tbe'l.r- srest Circulation of any paper smbllsaed in the West. Its success enables the Publishers to famish the best. Most Desirabla aad Most Useful Original Beadinc Matter ia great Va riety, that money eaa buy, and to make it a Home Weekly suited to tbe waat of every family. 3utacripuo price fa per year of SB numbers. The Elegant Chromb Cj-'-arj-?ar?--3H T Size lb inches, IS colors. Aekaowledmd by alHto ba the ssusdsssaaet and most valuable premium picture in Ameriea Every subscri ber is prsentedtwith this Chromo at the time of subscribing,(no waiting,) and also receives a numbered eertifeateantitltugtbe nobler to a share ia tne dlstribatioa of taMMia cask, aad other premiums. -1 ae aiscncution taavsptao oa tne sacona Tuesday la Jane next. The Chroma and Cer tiUcate sens an reoeiva of price. Hneeiraea copies, premium list, etc, siring lull pat tic u- uui seas iiwe vo nay .ourcas. I TTT A TffTTrTP"T JK tbe best ou lit. Send W AXl a JlbUat oaoe lor tanas. Address, OUR HRKSIDR FRIEND, W .. Chicago, Illinois. AGENTS iZZ nr A TTrf TiPay and tlx Either local ar eaavassia; Large easl Furniture, Ihirniture, SPEAR & SONS, SPEAR & SONS, West Liberty Street, THET HATE THaT- Larg.es!, Best ni Cleanest nrnitnre estahllshmeat ia this section of tho Their Mock ts in eadies. variety, aad itwWJtuaUmw .wnutiww to sua AsAww psAusiNtfWscsrAsrv. They (t . MaTwfactuTt ' All Their Uicn Furniture, WARRANT rrcrv niccw TSer aa.. is co.pUij, ftam tn comMOBf.t to h flaeat. Vmrnitmf Matls fen it .Law iter ask it a trial, fetlii eoaiUcwt of MMiTMIDIM-llUR, yon wantanTtkiBir ia tho Funtitaro liao, cm r at rmoU9 Agwtm at SPEAR Ik SONS, r WOOSTER, o. LATEST FASHIONS! 1 b7f. DETOGER, FASHI017ABLE TAH0R, Voarhea a Hudson's Stove aasl Tla Stora. Malaatraet,MUietburc,0. work entrusted to him will receive prompt . u .wv up ia ine Iatest Style ! la tl bod and most dnraMa maaaer arraatssl to glva entire ttliictm GIVE HIM A TRIAL I ttr i 1