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Holmes County Republican.
i It rpjnppq Q.f ; MaT - 1, 1873. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION. Wednesday May 21st, 1873 Wednesday May 21st, 1873 STATE REPUBLICAN CENTRAL AND EXECUTIVE COMITTEE ROOMS, OHIO. March 28, 1873. To the Bepnblicaa Voter of Ohio: Yoor AnnnaiSUte Convention will be held at Cbluinbasvan. Wednesday the 21st of May, 1873, for the nomi-, nation of candidates for Uie lbllow ing officers viz : -' Governor. '-'-' Lieutenaut Governor. : ' Judge of Supreme Court. . (Fall term.) Judge of Supreme Court. (To fill ' vacancy. J 'Treasurer of State.-' .Attorney General, v Comptroller of Treasury. Member of Board of Publie Works. ."" The undersigned committee recom mend that the meeting in the sever' al counties for the selection of Del egates be held on Saturday May 10th 183. 1 be Basis or representation in . the Convention will be one Delegate for every Five Hundred Votes cast for Captain Wikoff for Secretary of state, in 1872, and one additional Delegate for any fraction of Two Hundred and Ftftr Votes and op- wcni in eacn county. The committee respectfully sug gests the importance of a full dele gation from each county in the Con ventioc. The issues to be decided in the present campaign are of vital 1 interest to' the' country. ' " The importance of thorough local organization cannot be too strongly - urged; nor can this great auxiliary . to iiual success be too early attend ed to..-, jn this connection, tue com mittee would earnestly recommend ' that, wnere county committees have not already been selected, -ti at is the County Conventions,on the 10th day of May, notice be given that the County Central Committees for the coming campaign will be selected at that time. .':. It is important that each delega tion to the State Convention bring wilu tuem a correct list of the of ficers and members, with postoffice address, of the committees of their county, and deliver the same to this committee. ' ' ' CHAR. C. WALCUTT. Chairman State Ex. Com. RODNEY FOOS, Sec. THE MODOCS. A courier arrived at San Francis co, April 29, who reports another terrible .fight with the Modoes in which nineteen of our men were kill ed, including Captain Thomas, , Lieutenant Home of the Fourth Ar tillery, and ! Lieutenant "Wright of ' the Tweiah Infantry. . Twenty-three were wounded, including Lieuten ant Harris of the Fourth Artillery. Others are missing. Particulars soon. AT LAST. : At last the House has mustered members enough to pass the bill compensating sufferers by the New- burg fire. Only three out of eighty- two members voting were recorded agaiust the bill, showing that Both ug prevented its passage before but. absenteeism. As there was slight amendment put in the bill by -heHouse it will have to go to the Senate again. , There is little doubt of its soon beeoming a law. CROP PROSPECT. ' Notwithstanding the fact of a win terof almost unprecedented length and severity, followed by an junusu- aiiy cold, dreary , springs the crop propects in' the great agricultural districts of the Wert are reported by the papers of that region as be ing quite encouraging, and it thought the yeild of all cereals will be so abundant; that the great thor ; oughfares of transportation will be taxed to their utmost to bring the carvest to market 1 ' THE COAL FAMINE. The mystery of the English "coal famine" is beginning to come to light, Jt is the wonderfully increas ed development of the iron i trade which had produced the scarcity and enormous prices. 1 The "outpuf'will be soon greatly increased by the help of machinery, and deeper pita will be worked in all directions. There is plenty of coal far down which, it is estimated, will pay for the cost of working. La a few years, with more econmical methods of consumption xney will probably hare prices rarely sl jnamrn ,.,.. rT-l ' . siu. j.ue great cost in working a deep pit is the first cost . I his will now be met " er WHAT IS PERSONAL PROPERTY. In this country there is a peculiar sanctity attached to a dead body.the r-ngnsn law which premits, cr, did permit, tue seizure of a corpse for debt and the retaining it, nut per mitting burial until the debt was paid by the family is one terribly revolting to theAmerican mind. The French with all their sentimentality appear to be very little troubled with respect for the temple of the soul after the soul has departed. A person lately died in France who poesessd a set of false teeth. In the IT. - unitea ftutes It is a matter of course that such teeth are buried .with the body,being considered part ,n iu in this case it appears that one of the relatives desired to have the teeth.but his wishes were oppos- eu uy otners, particularly by one of the heirs, who claimed them as part oi me personal preperty left to him .sclf. A furious altercation ensued, which ended in an appeal to the courts. Simultaneously with ' this case comes another, , which the trench tribunal is employed in argu ing with reference to deciding the question of property in parts of a living body. This also originated . in the question of personal proper ty in false teeth, and includes false . teeth and includes false hair ' and 'Other accessories of toHette which 1 are put In requisition nowadays for . the make up of a fashipnable map or woman. jw.i -j.il :i't,.; vuutd ' to on cy on of on in as ern or den did cr in ,:,? :; LOUISIANA. At Kalloggk of Louisiaaa, tlias takcn determined J steps towards the suppression of dis order in that State. Besides or dering the arrest of McEnery for treason and other offenses calculated produce disturbance.he has given instructions to the local milita to preserve the peace at any costr and. L.' li-i. 'ji ' S -r. fers a large reward for such evidence as may lead to the conviction of the Grant parish rioters.' . Had Kellogg shown equal nerve from the first there would have been little or no disturbance . in Louisiana. . When the chief executive officer is discov ered weak and vacillating in policy desperadoes : are emboldened, but when he shows firmness Of purpose they are apt to subside very rapidly Whether or not Kellogg obtained his position- honestly the fact re mains that he is recognized as Gov- ernor,and it therefore devolves upon him to sec tat the laws are observed. A stout hempen rope for murderers, and a strong prison and low diet for the politicans who inspire them. woul j under the administration of a live man put an end to the wretch ed burlesque that has been .in pro gress in. Louisiana since the year opened. . it " -roe of STOKES' CASE. The Stokes case makes its daily appearance in . the New York dis patches..-. The wall of defence which his counsel had constructed between him-' and the gallows covers ten thousand pages of writs of error writs of certiorari, and records . in judgement On Wednesday last the judges before.wuom the motion for a new trial is being argued, sustain ed the motion of the District Attor ney to strike out certain matter from the assignment of error., The mean ing of this is that the prisoner has lost another important point, upon which his counsel had confidently relied to strengthen the application for a new trial. Argument is now proceeding on the motion for a new trial on its own merits... The . stub born n ess with which this case has been .contested is almost without parallel on our criminal record, but the opinion is prevalent in legal cir cles in New l ork it will not save Stokes from his impending doom; After Gov. Dix's decision; in the Foster case, the. car-hook murderer, no. hopes are entertained of Execu tive clemency. .! i ' ' is THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. The New York Evening Post has a letter from Newfoundland which states' ' that a clause in the charters of the New York, New foundland and London Telegraph Company, which has passed almost unnoticed provides that at the end of the first twenty years the govern ment of Newfoundland has the right of purchiug the line at a valuation The first twenty years terminates in 1875. . The company has recently applied to the government to Lave this clause rescinded and their pos session be thus continued for the next thirty years, but the Govern meat under the most eminent legal advice in London that they have the right to , purchase the lino at the cost of the plant without: payin; anything for good will or valuation of profits, have refused.' The receipt of this intelligence in London caus ed the stock of the company to fall from twenty to fourteen pounds,but after the panic had abated somewhat it rose to seventeen pounds.- ' THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. At a Sunday-school concert in village chnrcb a German father and mother sat in' the gallery," watching the exercises with an 'expression of expectant interest. . By and by,as a class rose to give its Bible : recita tion, the faces of the parents were aglow, and they seemed almost ready to cry aloud: "There she is There is our child !' Indeed, they pointed to her with evident joy and pride a little German girl in that class having her part in its recita tions. Many such parents from oth lands than " 'ours1 are 1 thus being drawn to our schools and sane- ctuanes through their, interest, in their children. The Sunday-school concert is a link between the school and other, public religious services by which many parents are won to the house of God. - : EXPLORING EXPEDITION. lhe be veral exploring expedi tions destined for the western wil derness, are rapidly getting iu or der to begin work in the field. J W. Powell has already left for Colorado make his prenraations there for again descending the Grand Can in boats, extending his observa tions so as to establish with accura the course of the Colorado river the maps. Dr. Hoyden's field operations is understood' to be the eastern bank of the river, or a portion of the Bocky Moun tain ridge never penetrated,:: or at least never manned. . Topographers who are famiiliar with the ' western country, believed that loftier peaks will be found than any that have ever been measured. It is proposed. an incident, to regular work, to push, a party further down the east bonk of the Colorado for two three hundred miles, into a re gion as much unknown as was the Yellowstone Park before Dr. Hay brought bach the results or a summer in that land of wonders. Extensive new Veins of coal have recently been discovered near Irou ton, Lawrence oounty.nd the peo ple ore very muoh excited about it. iney lee; , much richer-than thov before they knew what was un fertile surface. . Wr.C.' CV Chcsdle, of Windsor township, Morgan county, and own of a peach 'orchard of 2,000, trees thinks that lie will not have a peach his entire orchard. -. v ., ,ri !,: .1 -. ,i , I . : :. Lit.. A gang of counterfiters have been discovered at Straits ville. -' his to of be not ed of now to If if done It "THE PROOF OF THE PUDDING IS CHEWING OF THE BAG." It is ajact well. known Wail road financiers and operators, that is the coal or mineral roads of the United States that are the paying roads ;but the masses of our people, judging only by what they can see, generally think otherwisc,and have a onderful respect for the terme trunk lines, through lincs,fcc" The annual report of the ,Cglambua& Hocking Valley Railroad, for the year 1872, shows conclusively the truth of the first proposition. 1 his road, b miles long, with a coal branch 12 miles in length, was only completed through in 1871, and for the same year showed net earnings $1 85.733, which earn ings if applied to our Killbuck road would pay about 13 per cent upon its entire cost '' " - For the Tear 187. tbe jntm earainn ' were ....OtSMO expenaitnra were hij,xuu Iaring u the net earning! were..,. 4t2 .sure These earnings, would pay over 20 per cent, per annum upon the whole cost Of our proposed road. There is another remarkable fact shown by this report, while the av erage result as derived from over six thousand miles of ordinary roads, taking them just as titer come,' and including all the roads in the State Ohio, shows that the net earn ings are only about one-third of the gross receipts, this road -shows the net probt to have been about oz per cent of the gross receipts, as you will perceive above. : The cause of these unusual facts found in this, that the road is - al most exclusively a coal road and that it attends strictly to this branch of business, counting all oth er business merely incidental. The coal tonnage was 604,881 tons, yield ing from this source alone, $600,395 00, leaving but f 254,49G 75 as deriv ed from all other freights, passen gers,' mails, 4c There is another fact in connec tion with the above results, of not small interest to the friends of our coal road, to-wit: The whole of the above six hundred thousand tons of coal were first hauled from Straits- ville and Nelsonville to Columbus, a distance of G2 miles, over grades 33 per cent heavier than any found en the whole length of our road. From Columbus a large per ccntage - of it found a market over the C- C, C. & Li Road to Cleveland, a distance of 138 miles farther, making the whole distance, from the mines, just 200 miles where it- successfully compe ted in the market with other coals at $4.25 and $4.50 per ton. Now, from the Holmes County coal mines to Cleveland, by the way of Woos ter and Lagrange, is just 82 miles, showing a difference in transporta tion of 118 miles, in our favor to the same market' These facts" require no argument from us to show their bearing on our road. Wootter lie- publican. 1 " ' " " WHEELING & LAKE ERIE ROAD. The Norkwalk Reflector of the lith says:'.' , f 'President Wood visited pur place last Monday.and from him we learn that the condition of this enterprise is very encouraging. The old eon tract which delayed the operations of the managers of tbe road, has been satisfactorily settled and sur rendered, so that the company is free to form new contracts. A high ly advantageous offer has been made by some of the most reliable and successful contractors at the East to build and completely equip the road in two years, which is quite proba ble will be accepted by the com nan v. It is probable that the arrange ment purposed with the Cleveland Valley Road, to build jointly from Zoar, about fifty miles to Wheeling, wil be definitely made in a fewdays The . injunction on the Wheeling subscription, will be determined at the term of Court to be held there in June. A very short time will place me Dusiness ot tne Hoad on a sub stantial basis foroperations,and the worK, when commenced,, will be pushed forward vigorously to its completion. STRANGE LAW. Criminals of the higher class Japan are allowed the privilege -of committing suicide to save them the Indignity of a public execution.! A case of this kind has recently occur- ed. Four years ago Honda Jugi'o. the Minister of Dairaoi Kaslnu, was murdered by five men,'. Two of them were punished by death, but the others were only; imprisoned for time because -it was not - they who projectesd the scheme.' After two years;' nowever. twelve' men of the subjects of.' Honda ..bound' them selves together, by a vow to revenge their master, and. killed the . three men. As soon as the murder -was fulfilled they appealed to the Govern uicnt and asked for a proper punish nient In the e!eventh mon'thbf last year' they were sentenced to commit suicide! . " ', SOMETHING FOR SIGHTSEERS. ihere is to be a grand tour of nearly all the crowned heads of Eu rope in the course of the Spring and summer. Nearly all of the Emperors will meet at Vienna. Then Majesty of Prussia is going to visit his cousin iu Russia at St .Pe tersburg. The son of the Czar goes London, and will of course,' be right royally received by the Prince Wales and her Majesty.the Queen. Grand receptions, revicws,balls and banquets will make these royal jour- "ejin5,and the sightseers of Europe gratified with a Jong- series of gorgeous spectacles. ' - ' its he REVOLUTIONS. Whether religious or otherwise; do move backwards. ..The 'Old Catholics" of Germany have resolv to the election of a Bishop of Col ogue in the early paitof June. This eoursr.shuts the door against any back-steps or reconciliation with Rome. .As tliey'have gone too far to recede, the question is, will seek new affiliations in order strengthen themselves, or elect to travel their own way, solitary and alone?:-.-! i.'- -i ' ii;- ..: - ..-i-i i-i.i . Mad dogs will not drink water. an animal is suspected offer him dnnk from the nearest milk cart- he laps it he's safe. . .- , . ; The Ner York Legislature has one: sensi hie thing, at least. bos passed a law-making it amis. demeanor to point a gun at any per son, whether it is loaded or not- ne ne are hen time A ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE—A PRESENT HERD. TheDubjthefjjUtelliLhis re freshing iacident that happened in that cool climate: A young man named Henry Brctlandt, aged twenty-two, i who., bad been employed somewhere along the line of the Northern Pacific mctat St Paul,last summcr.Susie P., Englefreit a girl of fifteen, the daughter of a German settler.hving near Kettle nver. An intimacy sprang up between They corresponded for awhile -but one of Henry's letters happening to fall into tbe hands of busie s broth er Wilhelm, there was a big explo sion on the part of her father and mother, who, in strong language,de nouncing the cunning lover, and in formed her that the thing mnst be stopped at once. ' ' And, as they thought it was. A few month ago however, Susie was missed from the breakfast table ;and,onsea?ching her room it was ascertained that she had not been in her bed and that her wardrobe had gone with her, There was now real alarm in the family, and tbe brother was sent to look for the lost girl.: He wander ed about for a number of days with out finding the missing sister,nor was she heard from until a few days ago when a lumberman informed the family that there was a young coup le living in a new built cabin on Ket tle river.soixe five or six miles above its ' ' entrance into' the St Croix. From this lumbermans description of the pair the family was satisfied that it was Susie ' and her lover, and - the father and ' broth er resolved to pay them a visit This they did the following day,and were surprised to find the runaway pair living quite comfortably, but were occupying separate rooms. Bretlandt said they were not wedded yet and that he had respected . his intended enough to show her his de signs were not those of a villain but of a man. - The reason the wedding knot had not been tied, was owing to the circumstance that the minis ter who was to marry them had fail ed to come to their home as he had promised to do, and that Susie be ing under age, was afraid' to leave the house to get married lest her parents'" should ' capture ' ' and send her to some Cincinnati rela tives which was something she-much dreaded and which her mother had repeatedly threatened.' Thus they lived under-' one roof but ' did so virtuously. 'I After some pergsua- sion on the part Of the girl's broth er, who instantly recognized the true gentleman in Bretlandt, the iold man "caved in" and gave bis con sent to the union of the lovers. ..It was then resolved that the marriage should take place the following Sun day at Susie's home. In conversing with the forgiven lover, old Mr.En glefriet ascertained that Susie, after the discovery of their secret ' cor responden'ce,managed to get a letter to her intended, who. having previ ously selected a quarter section of land went to work and put ; up his cabin and furnished it When all was ready he "went for" Susie, and she being apprised that the "minis ter to unite them was to be on hand at their future home in the wilds, jumped aboard a i temporary sied Henry had provideLaud was drawn by him some eight miles to their for est residence. On arriving there, tbe minister not on hand.she wept bitterly ana wonted to go back, but Henry assuaged her grief, and pro posed the separate room busiuess,to which she acceded. The pair were duly married at the residence of the gin s parents on tue loiiowing Sun day, and now they, as well as their connections, are happy. There is a great deal of romance in this little affair but when the reader under stands that bur;h'ero drew; for over eleven miles on - a- snow: sled,' the, boards which divided his room from that of the girl he has -since made his wife, a principle of purity of neart and nonor shines out that sparkles like a diamond, and makes the - matter ', almost sublime. We doubt if there is another: such an example of "love in a bush" on re cord. ., . . . .. ,.. BRICELAND CAPTURED. Henry Briceland, the -convicted murderer,' who escaped from the Washington county jail on Saturday the 19th inst,was recaptured on Fri day evening last about one mile east of Collier's Station on the Pan Han die Railroad. He had taken refuge for the day in "the hay loft of Messrs Robberts: and Caldwell,' where he was ' "discovered ': by" the brothers. They demanded his surrender, and Briceland gave up with.. .barely, a word.- He was much exhausted hav ing suffered from cold and hunger. and although be asked to be releas ed, he was willing: to, go. .with .his captors when they annouced that it 1 was their dutttto take him. At tbe solicitation of the prisoner.thc Cold wells themselves took him. back, to Washington, . traveling nearly.' all night on horseback. He was. of course, received with much satisfac tion . by Sheriff Ramsey, who had been severly blamed for his escape, and the ' prisoner expressed"' 'regret be had attempted tbe movement stall. He states that the escape had been planned three weeks before execution,and that when decided upon it-was found necessary that all the prisoners should be included in the pkt He and another prisoner named , d wards each - -made keys from lead pipe, but only his, Briceland's keys fitted the locks.. A mould was cut in the bottom of his stool and the lead was melted on- a piece of sheet iron. He savs no out side help was given him except that uuutmeu uy me use ot a Knile which got some one to purchase for him while he was in court on trial. ..' It appears that Briceland's capture was certain, even n ne naa escaped amwens. ueputy Snerlff Ram sey and other officers were close on track, having discovered where Briceland had eaten his last meal irom a ham stolen from the smoka house of Mr b.- 8. Gardner." The prisoner had built a fire in a retired place to cook some of the ham, when nearu his pursuers coming', and ran . away and bid in the liv U1UW. ... A Wisconsin paper savs: "Thp musk rats built their houses for an open winter . Inst fall and fooled many people - who take them for weather prophets, i As a conse quence, wuole Tamilies of the; :rala lonnu in their flimsy hammocks frozen to death." , . :, , The Corinetticufesre laid bv a which - measures eight inches aronnd end - ways,": suggests the when Albanr' was a "citv of queer little houses containing twenty thousand inhabitants built with their gable ends toward tbe sreet" ! , - Newcoal fields are to be develob ed in Medina county 1 -Attbe in - , DEMAND FOR CORN. them.4wileef wheat thewwas shipped 46, The low price of corn In thf Un ited States seems to have created a large foreign demand for that sta ple instead of wheat According to a late report of the Bureau of Sta tistics, there was exported ' 51,931, 282, bushels for the fifteen months ended September 30.1S72, against 19,441,710 bushels :fof correspond, ing period to September 30, 187 1; 961, 333. bushels for the fifteen months ended September. 30 1871, against 30,872,712, bushels- in the similar period to September 30, last year. The difference in the present rates of wheat and corn is consider ably greater than it was during the period to which these statistics re fer, and it is probable that the pres ent summer will show a still larger increase in the foreign consumation of the latter important breadstuff' staple. ; r HOW THEY TRADE IN THE KENTUCKY MOUNTAINS. At Point Creek, Jocksoa county, a trader had bought sheep of a resident Resident bad one more to sell, when the following conversa tion ensued: Trader 'Til give you two dol lars for that sheep." Resident 'It's worth five dollars.1 T. "It aint worth two dollars." . R. "It's worth five dollars." T. "It aint" ! ' R. (Drawing a large - navy. "What's that there sheep worth. T. "Under the circumstances. think it's worth nigh on to .six dol lars.!,!,: '.'- . - -.. They traded forthwith. Nashville, Tenn, on Friday night was visited by a frost which nipped the corn ami seriously damaged fruit and vegetabels in that locality and middle Tennessee. " .Many branches of business in San Francisco are almost aralyzed by the epizootic. A few fatal cases are. .rcjiorted and the disease spreading rapidly. . , " j, ;,,.'. :-. Owing to the troubled condition Spaia a great aumber of familie s are ieaying tbe country.. T he steam ers arriving in English and French ports are crowded with,, refugees. . The Tbung lady students in' Bnoh tel College have 'Organized ; a "base ball clnb,' and devised a- urn firm combining the elements of the Dio Lewis and the Bloomer custome. 1 "Sientific men say Kansas is un derpinned by piles of - fossil ele phants."' This looks reasonable, for she has been herself an elephant on the hands of the "country for ' the last dozen years.-'1 Vermont people are very suspi cious of each other. .A man in that' state had recently to exhume "his wife s body, in order to . disprove the story that be had cut oil' her hair and sold it while 'she'' was 'be ing prepared for the grave. .Fifteen hundred singing birds of aiuerent varieties, imported from Germany by a society organized for mat purpose, were turned loose in the suburbs of Cincinnatti. The ob ject is to domesticate them in this country if possible. " A New York paper improves the occasion of the dreadful, Richmond switch disaster by calling attention to the nessity of employing track waiKeis on rail toads, its observa tions are to the point.. .There is on all well regulated railroads to inspect very.'' yard of ' road .' at least' every euonr,oroiten in cose or threatening floods.1 It is unsafe to ride Oh any railroad where the company is too parsimonious to look after the safe ty of ita track-" MOUNTAINS. Millersburg Market. April 30, 1873. FTXrrit,fthbl,B!tall,- : - il-V- fg-gj TV .1 U1IC ft UUSO , , WriEAT. Red. bash. ' - 1,6U - . SBa) . - Ol .: . tsifo - -. 5 - ' i 50 .: t(HaS,is - 1 50 (JOHN, per bush (aw) - . -: BYK. " . -SABXET," - -.' 1 .4 OATS, new, bash- , -; , CLO VKB SEKD, bnsbL ' ' TIMOTHY StKl), ... - r I. A SE.E.U. WHITE BEANS. POTATOES, . . i, ! .., hai, ion, KGUS, do., - BUTTER, (in roll) IK - -' nuo . .:il. 15 CHEESE, : - l.AJl L, HAMS. ' ,:' ; " . SHOULDERS. Ibu T A I.UIW DRIED APPLES. 'lh. ' -" - 1 DRIED PEACHES, at b , PARED PEACHES, " : '' J RAGS. 91 lb. , .,.',!,.: J FKATrffcRS. lb. - x SALT, bbt retail, -1 - ', I WOOL, f) lb. , . .. . , . WOOD, per cord, .'' . - . -TS " ITS 3 50CI UU New Advertisements. -.:: j. a s. wcsms. ' ATTORNEYS AT 4.AW, MlU.ERSBrfRO, 6. u.itwuuu3 unjujuiiy aitenaed to, omceou pokrte the Firet National Bank. tVLt DEirrlST. Coaawroial Block, orer SbooBS Doiacastei' House, ' birecUj oppoiite Pasaenger Depot,, OKRVILLE,OHIO, jiaaetiM or tbe P.;. W. i R. B. and ,.C.,aL V.4C.R.R. . ; 'BeiarOewlT fitted no In thj mwt annmr style, lnw open to the publie) aad will be icauj,w,uw iu-rivai;ot. trains, atuiar aay or nit B. DONCASTER, Proprietor. CLZOXT. mm floe TtoUIbj SUIHon -will inake the JL. feasonoi isa at me fiauies ox JOeUual'Q COCK ' ' ' " ' NEAR BLOOMFIELD, emwnt SatnrOajrs, when lie- Will be at the W utea o dosepn sutler, , MHULBSt7Ba Those wantinr to -imurove their stork ami raise floe stepping horses will do well br giv ing Mm call as he at one or the Snest basses the State. Have several eolts from .1 ta l rears oia wnien will be shown ir desired. mar aiares from a distance will be taken ??"- J. POCOCK at SONS. f.. - ,. . ..... Owners. New Goods ! -AT- , E. KEGELSFACH'S, -AT- :--'. Panic Prices I , ': fob cash. '' CALL AND EXAMINE. CASH PAID FOB PEODDCE -OR Produce Taken lin - Ex- change for Good. C. NECEL8PACH Javl,lra. - y. " ' F T HEW FIRM 1 Tidball i - . (Successors to J. E. Koch, Jr.,) , MIXLERSEITRQ, O., Are now offerlDg the Largest and Best Select ed Stock ot ijkKMislB Ue Maiket AiGratirMrt Prices. . OUR stock or DRESS GOODS .. j. . .CONSISTS OF . Prints, Ginghams, Denims, Brown and Bleached Muslins, Cottonades,, Checks, ,: .... Stripes, Delaines, Alpacas,. Japanese Cloths, , Mohairs, Poplins, Kepsr . Merinos, Empress Cloth, . Black, Brown and Colored Silks, Cloths, Cassimeres, Jeans, -Tweeds, Carpet Yarns, &c i We hare everything: In the HOTION Large atoek of ...... Una. Carpets, Oil .. Cloths and. Mats. . . : -il..;. imua .- .!! .. ... . ..It. i Large Stock of Quenswar Large Stock of Crocerie's, Bach as Teas, Coffees, Sniran, Byrapa, Spices . ii.ee, Mtieratus, eoan, xooaoco, ats, that cannot be surpassed. ". (' FQR ', "V' Salt, Fua, Plaster, Zalme, ckc Ton can always be supplied by calllnf on ns. Don't fail to examine oar stock before pnrcnasing eisewnere. . . . .1 ..u: .).: ;.,'; We pay tbe Highest Market Pries, in CASH; i ' ' Butter, Eggs, Lard, Dried ; and Green Fruits, Bacon, Wool, , .'Seeds, Grain, Potatoes, ' 5-Remember the nlaoe KOCH'S COR SEC WHOLF, TIDBALL & CO Millersbnrft, April 31, 1&3. . ml TnE CELEBRATED STANDS UNRIVALLED I t ...7 1- .1 - ,-AHD , , .! : f . :. RICHNESS OF TONE i i .i POWER AND DURABILITY! SURPASSED BY NONE. The ; a 1 ESTEY Is becoming- Household' Word 'Everywhere. i.ij. Large Numbers are Being Sold iiV this and ad-' joining counties.".' The People are Finding Out Its True Merits and 1 . Worth,' arid Will '':'"' have no Other. SAMPLE INSTROItENTS ! CAN r.K SKEN BV CALLING At TI1K . ,1 POST' OFFICE BUILDINO, ' MILLERSBURC. O. ; T. B. CUNNINGHAM. LOCAL AGENT. Agents Look Here! YOL WANT TO MAKK MUMKY. aVMlk at once tor tfu agencT lor ' Livingstone's 28 Tears- Im '' AMea.":. Price ti Hi. Outltnoo. Addreaa -. . J. K. LOWRIE, lmUher, Hu. a Public Square, tlevelattd, O. ; ESTEY, ;:;:-;';, U ", , ' r saaTasn " Clip Orp B. Call 5 J . Are are tbeir A to We ! Weald and to ska one can Clears stoct arsaud Dolls, Perfumes, and tf-"3 -! 3. CAatRON. BEECHES. " ' i a. Cameron ciBcGclier the attention of the Farmers to a complete , a - . line or AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. V :u:.K: i'.O' v ' s. ' M JCi M i rt f or aii !)Wrif3bi4? n q JJ Champion Superior Rea pers Mover. .) Vibrator Thresher. '" Buckeye Grain Drill. Western Walking 4-Shovel Com Cultivators. - . , , , ,...,, Sulku Hay Makes Corn Planters. Plows & Points invarieties. ... f M-ACK OF. BUSINESS , .( , Opposite Empire ' House, MILLEItSB US G, O. s tWVM and See Us. " ' y ' 1 X ; CAMERON 4k BEECHER. SStf "EXCELSIOR"! f n ' .CORNER. ! MM i f ' ,'f if t-' i t FIRST IN MARKET ! ) . .(1 !.' !!. 5' H H CHVap Goods ! ust 3 Arriving ! : A LARCE STOCK, Cheaper Tliaii Ever. j,- A." i 1. .' CaU . and. Examine St the Prices. Seel IDLER & M'lOMLi l-'.' " ' af illenbnra;, O., April 17, it'O. "rrrn rrrrvyrrrrr. 1873 Spririfi: 1873 Craird Anjal. Openinj MlIlLLfflffl GOODS! New Styles aad New Management Mrs.1 Wholf & Miss Uyers, pleasm to anomice to tne citizens of Mil IWDPfgaMHrinftMUia IQ.gSlHI SL, tuKm UM now prepared to do all wanner of work in line. In the latest and most improved in muni HOB mey ntie a peciaitr ia doiDrewr all kiiuisaof old Straw anl Leg: born. IF work do- "nron.tHrv'' and satihlmctioB warranted In every ease. We will endeavor keep up a fnll supply of everything per- MUUaII( Ml Mil UIWIIirM, 3IWII aVs ttQNJTETS, HATS Jt ALL ! MINOS, Iteck Ties, Handkerchiefs, OloveSi Hose,, Jewelry, . i d- i Lice Braiding . Embroidery, A full assortnent of r AKCT GOODS, Ac extend a cardial invitation to ererjrhody , s,. MIKUMA aiVKRS. April i, id.4. ns (J 11 t I? . a . . i SOJIilTTjialilillisil 8toreoaoopes Views, - - Photograph Oourtnay sV Appteton. :HcmovpJU ft- Groceries, Provisions, Toys, NOTIONS, ? i j GEORGE VOGEL raspaetrnHr aaaotnee ta his can tamers Use people eeooraily, that be has removed room lormerlroccupitd by w. t'. sharp, door east ot Uhler & MclJuwrll's, where always a. son.nu a QfMsiee ssot-a 01 t 8UOAH, ' COFFEE, : 'TEA, And ererjrthlnf in that line. FINE STICK CANDIES, and Tobacco, Fruit Extracts. Large or vine Takwuiaasware, Lamps, iiap Bimneys, Burners autt wicks, violins, t.nu. Htrinirs. Toys of every variety. Wax China Uulls, vae,llorses, Waaous, Ac. Notions ol everr variety tllovm, Dewalry, IjiUIm Bankets, Knvelopes, Paper Pens, also cboice fardea Seeds. Cashor.trad for Butter rHivsmeCfjg., CKOBOE VOOEU ' B f et- raw of I gum Sworn Singer Weed H n n I I Am r h Men Do I Mfl-. la And And AT The . j SentimeiLts HAIL TO THE CHIEF OF LOW PRICES, Who is again before the Public with tbe Largest and Best Selected Slock of Goods ever brought to this place. CALL AND SEE THEM ! -. .ASK And be convinced that the object and price. Tbe stock is enormous in all tlcpartmenls, ana is BOUND TO SUIT ANYBODY AND EMMY I Don't fail to come, or yon will regret it all the.days you live. ber, the motto is: The Lowest Living Prices. ) Politeness j j to Everybody. ( Good Bleached Mnslin, Extra 4 4 Bleached Muslin, Extra 4-4 Brown Muslin, Cheviot Shirtings, only i W bite Uofiee augax, Nice Brown Sugar, -Good Syrup, -' -Extra Svrup, ' Extra White Drips, ' . , - 37- of the People ! - THErR. PRICES ! is to please the pepl,-both m quality Remem- Satisf action Onaranteed. 10c. per yd. - - I2ic per yd. j - 12 Ac. per yd. - 20c. per yd. ;' 12Jc.perlb. - .10c. per lb. - 50c per gaL . , C5c per gaL , -. I per gaL LOUIS MAYERS. NEW" FIRM ! I M M BREAKERS BOUND TO LOWER Shzimplin & Coffey's Soot & Shoe Store Than at any other housa in Jlillersburg. A very Large Stock for the Spring and Summer Trade. Save your money. Come and see what we have before buying. It will do you . good. .We can suit air, old and young. Our goods are bought at manufacturers' prices, for cash, and we will give our customers the best bargains there are going.! Uur motto is -i ; . . 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. -J The Largest Stock in General and the Cheapest in Particular, Ever Brought to this Place. COMB hTj h i ). SHRIMILIN & COFFEY. NEW GOODS ! PRICES AT(. ... , .-: & SEE. Baaaxrr. R. R. DOXNIU.T. ,,,WX)OSTER . Stoam Engine AND BOILEK WORKS, WO O STEM, O. BBaireftCo. MANUFACTURERS OF Trior? m?li'rr' STEAM; ENGINES, VM a . ASD- 1 1 . i Sheet-Iron Work. Castings for Crist and Saw all kinds of Brass Castings aad Steam Gas , riprs ana ntsma-s aaa rnsMtanuy on Band. . k Steam Engines Jb . Boilers REPAIRED PROMPTLT. M-ltnt ' " - ' . " mm- i . Singer Sewing JIacliLnes.KyMjx : - -j - I StW TriMtayhant Over AilOtkars. out -r which has Won favor in the households of I ithe nation, will Hem, I Fell. Tuck. Cord. Ouilt 'Trim, Bind Gather and Sw on at the same 1 1 me. Fn IT. V r i n re. P i tie. Hemstitch. Kuflte, Embroider and Braid, and irom the flMst of goamer tissoe ta the neaviess oeaver who equal faculty. Sold for eash, food pmmlorf votes or on monthlv Mvmenta. to tait tbe eircuautanres the poor aad rich alike. Tito Sittfrev afannfaeturni; Co. Is tbe only uiupaay 10 mtj wuria uh manufactures ma- nines ior ail ainaa otwora. Manafactiiring Machine. TVWtf re to wait know to neorf rotRment, ntmmm mafiaai xpretuiy tor tjaeriaffw vna- ers, aaauiers, snoemaxers Tailors, ecr. All machine keot im order free of chars. Second-hand machines told cheap. Keedlev Attachmenta. and tae. beak Oil u at does not kept on hane.. . , , V - , . . , Return oSalm fStwing ifmckinm im 71. Manufactnrinr Co. sold 181, W0 Wheeler A WilMn Hlnufaeturiag Co. )8,U A Baker 5. M. Co. 60,ma . M. Co -I orn: Maldue,OMte. 1 toJulf 1, t M,ia son a. m. tvO. ii ,im Original ITowe . M. Ca.. V ' . ? T ,W H M Ik. A ML M f Of. 1M lorence a. m.. ut. ia,vft Davina. M.Co. 11,568 UemestMH. M.CO. a, m ua. - Ajtti not fail to examine tbe Since befbre too purchase. Machine will be kept in B. N- geitipacaa urj uooti store. Store. WM. OOMIR.Aceeit. LOOK THIS WAY ! iWAITS, PasMonaUo Tailor HAS JUST BBCBIVED THE taw. FOR 1873, toem. On Door Wast of Bird's his New Clothing store. Wprk Warranted to Fit ! made in the Latest and Moat Approved . 1 am still Agent for the . Singer Sewing Machine I keep Needles and Oil, of the best quality. w sate. 'Call aad to at. Stmt of B. Chef ransia n xt thon on, im LATEST FASHIONS! B. F. HETTI1VGER, ' FASHIONABLE TAILOR, Over Tenrbe ft Hadson 's Stove and Tin store. mm atreec, m iiienaarg, v. AH work entrusted to him will receive prompt attention and will be mada up in tbe . Latest Style ! And ia tbe best aad aost durable i W arraatad to give entire satisfactiee. CIVE HIM A TRIAL I Mur Rubber j Goods ! Of arerr deseriptioa, ineludina; - . t ! - v a V Packing, Hose, Boots, snoes, Clothing, c. Leather Belting'. Also agents lor Hoyt's Leathsr Belting. ' Sole agents for .. Gate's Buck Tanned Lore Leather, (Pjje"s Patent) Wansnaad the beat la market. Rubber anal Ltfcer Fire Eagiae Heoe. ' Wholesale and retail. ' CEO. T.MILLS a CO., Snccessors to Peck Mills, 20 SOUTH WATER iT lowmax's BLOtK. Cleveland, O. fsy Wringers Bepaireov CheaB Fsm for Sal Near Chicago. Kansas er Xebrasba, when vow ane farming laatis as tne sua proved ami aeimuroveiL at from t to KUaa acre, ranging from V l,3u cm, with in I rota to mile from Chicago. tea? Five railroad now running through tbe n one of cne aneMaatrvingcoancrws n.iwr county, aad 4 or i more being remtntcted. cheap. 'or partculan address Have several goou intwovcv uruis jot Crowa Poiat, LakeCei, Indiana. GEITEEAL AGENCY, At Bloomfleld, For tne Sale of W. P. POTY, Would nsDertfullr announre to tae farmers Holmes aad Coskorton coaatiea. aad to tae people generally, tnat ke is seiliaf use Itussell Mower Jt Reaper, Buckeye Grain lrill, farmers Jirtena Jjrui, Hay Bakes, Plows, Corn Plows, Wow Fointa, Farm Bella, Waaona. Bagftes, Sleiflu, Ac . Spenial attratkHS flren aa renairinr ala rhinea. Hone Skoems; ami tienral Lnstum Work. All work Warraated. iilraateaeaU. maf1 hT tk ifency Ihr the"Amr- Icaulnsaranre Company," Ol ckicajps. 111. W. D- OOTY, Clarks, OkMk sir The First National Bank MILLERSBURC, OHIO. CipklhiJia' ROBERT LONO, PrMkiwnt. B. O. BROWN, Catnrvkfjr. - PIMtCTOtS: . Roairr Lone, w. K. GrasoH, c. BaowM, laaao Pcrntti. J.lBiaarnoLr, Joan K. koca, Ja., iJa. Joas. Poaaaa.Ha. Discounts Notts, Receives Depos its, and Transacts a General, Ranking Business. tr