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HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN
ywjnpMgf ; March 5, 18fl.
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LOCALS. Notice to Subscribers. Arrival and Departure of Malls at the
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nwjriiiij TViTrr. t-la Shane&villeVWaZrrat
-'. CreefcandlBcrl-i, KonJljs, Weill evliyl
Mondays, WMneys -nd.F,ridars at
- BedfarO, Sartlllo, etc; Saturdays, at Mn.
sol 'vzrax. '
'- 'Saturday!, atljKin-.-
t -f; f ;
twXi fta'Beiiton, MtHfrpe. etc; -Man-V
dart,' Wednesdays and ' ITrMays; at p.
Mandayi, WeoiedJ jV and Vridayi, ii" a. m.
rilat Taller Arrliteau'd Depart WeAiesdayi
and Saturdays. i--- j
; 0L Hours from 7, a. m. to Sp. nl. . i
T. B. CUNNINGHAM,
Lost. J. H. Atberteon -lost a silver
pen holder and gold pen. Will be much
MlMt Wnder! hmti$iivle t with
ttf owner or at'thl 6fiVceT 1 f
MytiMthit Ctfurch Vlhmeet
XiOBt.-Two" auburn "curls'" bet ween
ItaM,Xataoal Bn)f Imda. JL.SeS&'pn
falter. wllL.be. liberally, rewarded rbv
leaving the sa&e.n care of 'Postmaster, i
.HOT. Sir, r' t.;.. -' - 1
HjateMlXdc THAiiXBGIVlXO. A pub-l
llfetaligrffniseetiB j trill be held,
'ti'Wl JOtiEhn&i, i.i r. V Ail
Qariafci-Tlie1 Bylines .Conn ty ,AgV
cniiuria SSetriHiiold their AnnnaL
Fair, eptrSnl, 3th and 25tli,:18T4 '
. di nl Bjr order or tb'e'Binitl 1 -
A. INGLES, Sec'c
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THt- Atlantic -& Great Wistkes
Srtts'ijiila has recilveinanj; faT,
TWe'pjJnio))S tafeiy .upon, tlie gen-j
enU. oenrtesrjpiiowk.by ;Oflljr and
AgaBtsiTlie present management lins
doaeihOTtfU)' establish confidence than
aJy-other, anil the' road Is rapidly' gafn-J
'Coaiictyfe-'Some man hiS'start'ed
a rcport'and .against , anil my busi
octs,.hy.uy,iaK that I pke'd somjadles,
InrjtU'i'Mn7 to'jlrtnk.. That fast
k. i wUb they.wonld tell no Ilea, and I
sd6d.41ielr.e-' m business, otherwise I
292 v r " Barber.
'fxktK&ikoi Tif Mt. VcitJroJf-Tliej
temperance'league In lit. Vernon have
dojea, great' work.,. OClle, ladies, were
thoroughly alive t the work, and alter
lea, tkanla r-weeVs:work-succeeded'ln
cloclec up all the saloons in the town
except four or five; The Council, to
audce the work complete, passed an or
dlaaaoe that nc liquor' should be sold In
the town, except by prescription.
Chabixs S., SpcBOEOs.r-C II. Spur
geOD,orjLondon, 'has.-beenngagejl as
tbe'ijpecUlt pSntrlbn'tor 'of "Tlw Christ
tianiJuV.Work." As Tie. -writes for no
otbefpaper in America, 'admirers of
this great preacher , would do. .well to
sendto Jheir, publication. uot)lcef 102
Cham street, jjyj, fox.specimen copies.:
IV De'?Wltt iTdlniage-'a? editor, and
SpVrjjpbn as iIa'.coutHljutprjnakc' a
" ;T. '. J : ! i. I.I - I'V I
aaya i is rumored' about' that two geri-
tlaaen iron jClevelandTiave purchased
thiiBIg Falls' property, Including the
Old Jtaidls Kitchen, at Cuyahoga Falls,
wlftfi Vle'iv of cbnverUrig It into a,
place of.(ancralj resort. A Jiu-ge hofe
it to be erected pa the, bankTlmmedl-
ataly. above the ikitchen. Besides this,
other buildings ar? to b put Up along
the river. One or' these is to be s con
tend -partly ver the -water-full.
Iiokr Ttiree'"nates calling, for one
WolnsbufS. Holmes couniv. Ohio, to
ToJJaa 'Sbrocki or .bearer, signed 'by
JoirtXJImmel,' and Michael Immel.
Odft theevipteA falls due April, 1874,
ontriR-rApril,. 1875, and the other in
jdT.jLBmei ni to pay saia nates to any
dr, and to any oUierperson or persons
EXAKCtATlON OF TEACUERS. Thefol
lowing persons received' certificates at
the examination. op teacherslast'Satur-
day: i .. A. n
Mlaa Emma E. Boss: m ' 18
Miss M. A. Coons, is "
MIm Jesse E. Work, J 2" ."
Miss Zettie Croker, ' C "
Miss Cassie.Conrad, - 6 :-
MlssJ-eaaa Beach,. C " "
MUwLacyMoreland,,. , 'c- .."
Mr; W..-t:-anchesler, 6
MrJ"..K. Kwlng,. '-fl
Mr.f.2f.Swart2, C "
Mr.Wm.A. Gjtoser, ifi fft-J ''
Mr. J. P. Falrf " AJ 2 A " rto' 71 "
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i i i i i' i 'i i n ' '
Impoeta-TT 'to Those Who Draw
Xotes. A man drew aanotpromisingi
to pay one hundred dollars, me used
the printjed form, and did not close up
the blank devoted, to dollars, and nter
passing lt as. negotiable paper some'
bodyjnser ted.f and fifty" after the one
bunddred.and.befora' the hrinted.word
dollars. The note, thn;"altered, got in
to the Wands of an Innocent party who
present it to fe,, drawer, and the bu
prerae Court decided that the, maker 6f
the note was liable, for Its face, because
through negligence he did not draw
line between tne printed word 'uoiiars.'
Any teslfmony that the drawer might
offer to establish the fact that he gave
the note for oflehundred dollars, must
go lop nolkUjfj'aS'there wa nothing
have changed the case. Let this be
lesson 'to' !aU drawers of promissory.
notes.- Nojone' can b too careTiiriii
such matters.- ,
Eev. A. D. McCarrell will nreacli
In the XT. P. , church of Millersburg
next Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock arid
at 7 In the evening.
All the old proptets are dead and
tne young mat propnesy uo it trustlnj
tn ntinf ' Vnw thpr Tlntdlvln Tfpr.
zer who"1, firmly asserted, ra few weeks
ago, that be knew it3wpuldJten'boy
but alas I. Baldwin, we ' knoWyo(l"foel
your Inability as a. prophet, for they're
all gtrlsthis year as Xusshanmwlil
ToiPEitAXCE JIoveuestw The daily
prayer.mettings .held durinz the past
week have been well attended, and the
Interest is. increasing every .day. On
Monday and Tdesday many of the busi
ness houses were closed while the pro
prietors and clerks attended the meet
ings. The,visiting delegation of ladles
Is daily rnereaslng In number, and the
prospects are "'encouraging. Barney
airistopW,watthe first to yield. He
has now been closed more than a week.
He says nobody will' ever catch him in
that business again. The Glass Broth
ers have sold' their property and will
return to Mobile from whence they
tame not long since. Lohaas has sold
his property, out 33 yet has. not .signed
tne pietige,i do: win qnit soon, so he
wfia uu,ca i(v,uievEiana
S. Jtarvhal to answer
selling liqucxr in two places
at the same time with iut one license.
Tfle-)ther 'paraesJ-iHlf hold out, and
receive the ladies with closed doors, ex
cept in one or two instances. Kbrns
.vronld lke to quit if be could dispose
'oralis liquors. 'But he feels that'he
can hardly afford to lose all. The ladles
Uava. reatjreasoih tobe encouraged.
,Theg fags) tjiey JiaVc-t-enliMed .for the
war and will fight it out If it takes all
summer. Encouraging news comes
, iTTjr. rrjri.1i .
iruin wauj,uuuLenvwiJere-.tije wura.
has but jihinjfeu'n. A s"lfong"cnrrent
!s setting in toward temperance in our
town and throughout our county, that
Bica-tes a oelter"and ' more prosperous
state of community. M wlio stood
aloof from the movement at first, are
quietly dropping' into the ranks. The
cau! Isgjtining friendsyery dajr.,
ivIU1bjven,i Jown'(UalI'a cegolarJ
Thiclr tlSe PoSr-iathers' and
grandfathers' times will be sung in the
postume of those days. The concert
will'jNUEtViHaT bjrthmembe of'tte1
choir p'f ItiMPrbytEilah churcbjiinder
he direction of Mr. T. B. Cunning
ham.7 A 'good deal of time and 'atten
tion lias been given in gatberlngpmate-
ert in ruer.o mate tne en
it a first class one. It is
amuslngrtogcft the different' styles of
uress tnat have been worn at different
periods luring he ast pne liundrei?
years. Let the old people turn out and
live over again for the time being the
day of vUieIt'cWJhobd'ana,youth. Let
the yeung attend that they may have
an dA&;yhat;tbemusIcand costumes
were when tuelr fathers and mothers
were young. The proceeds are to go
toward buying a new orean lor the
clSiroJjJ (Owing rtajthe labor and e
nOTserHng4rpCfnina co'ncerf, "the
tisnal price of admission Is fifty cents,
jut that ail may have an opportunity of
auenuing, me price oi admission lias
been put down to 33 cents for adults,
and 20 cents for children. Deors open
at 7 o'clock. Concert to begin at half
past seven oVIock.
A rL-lilXT Arrillt Tlin Po.fivnl
at -fasliviil'e.'Vm1 TiJesday 'evening, the
2-lth, was a very pleasant affair.
The roads were neatly impassable,
but the house was well filled, and the
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society
of the Presbyterian church, for the ben
efit of which the festival was held, will
be able to make, a good report.
The 2iashvill- Brass Band were in at
tendance and enlivened the occasion
with some .of their best music. Mr. J.
C. Busbejfbresided attbe organ, assistr
ingVthiiiGb'rrel-' VioHirtTronpe.'' This
gave a pleasing variety to the musical
performance. One of the most Inter
esting events of the evening occurred
about jiinei o'clock. Ma. Ligget' called
the house to order, stating that Mr.
Fjnley had some business to which their
attention was invited.
Mr. Finley then proceeded to give
Rev. E. B. Caldwell a lecture on the
establishments the: iriestiiood under
Aaron, the dignity of the office, and
concluded by saying, no doubt, ,Mr.
Sabbath School; and then presented
him with a JIn&gold watch in behalf of
ills friend's1 In Xasiiviife' and vicinity.
Mr. Caldwell was taken entirely by sur
prise, but responded in his- usnal pleas
ant manner, with a few appropriate re
marks of. thanks. f & t .
I sb V 1 1
Boll of Honor. Tlie I fpnojvtng'ls
thelKpf1l(cAi-5 6urcliOols Tor
tlio njontli ending February 27b,com-
prising the names of all those pupils
who have neither been absent nor tardy
once during the month. An asterisk
attached shows that pupil to have re
ceived also a grade of one' hundred
per cent, in bis recitations:
TvE. Frazer, J. H. Gray,
H. W. Cary, J. H. Graham,,
l.amb ert Jordan, itose jY4)lg4mQt,'w i
1..; 5. Keller, uassitwursu.- n
A j nivii j,i
Jerry Day, -Edward Stifller,
John Everhart,- MalinOa urr,
lym.u.mnna, xnos. uranam.
j .aura uell, Cora uray,
AinaDay,. , ,JIary Bicheson,
Jessie Marchant, Melvin Wolgamot,
tfiille Estill, Curtis Badgiey,
Jennette Keller, Eddie Brown,
.yra Uliler, Herbert uasuey,
Liy Joyce, ,John Maxwell,
LUhy Kliinierer Alvah Jnile'r,
-oi Charles Weitman.
THIRD PTARYi "
Mellie Carnahan, Fred Beeglc,
EIIaf-Dav, ' Fred Cameron;
Mary Kimmerer, John Carnahan,
Anna Jiiarciiant, Juwaru Houston,
Marv Moore. Davis Hcilman,
TettiaNewton, Willie Lacy,
Debble.Spencer, Jlazll Jlaxwen,
Bennie Albertson,' Jennie Vorhes,
Llllie Hanna, Julian Hanna,
Ifallie Caskey, Charlie Haum,
Ella Farver, Arthur Hose,
Mollie Courtney, Willie Heilman,
Aooiejpenuersoq, tvuue liunman,
JIellfs.?iHanes, -Uhler McDowell,
Lizzie Lowtlier. WHie Hoenshell.
XllaLacy, Willie Kocli,
Ella -llllery, rEart-McDowcll,-'ArujimL.
juarma l.oss," utta egiespacii,
Maggie Siegle, James Bicheson,
Adam Henderson, Clement Rain,
Lanloe Ackerct, Elmer nose,
John Laylander, Hervle IIapicr,
William J.eppia, idiiie Heilman,
Willie SImpsorrtT Clay tbtf Fair, "
Johh Welgind,-1- Edward Gard,
Conrad Schiller, Meadjo Renfrew,
Lewisrump, r fJ-Boise-Balrd,'-
Homer-Bell H 'A'd-nValk'iip,
Ilarry Bowsher,,, ,Eda Henderson,
Lewis Cameron, Mary Edinger,
Shannon Day; Emma Gerber,
Harry 'Estill,- Mary Gerljer,
Charlie Estill, Maggie Fritz,
, ThefoUowiig received, oifl hundred
per Icent. Mint we're not present every
d4y; i '
liattie Cook. Eva'Nunemaclier,
Lucy Humnnn, l.HIa . Newton,
Cassje Vorworkf -LlMle Hecker.
Chas, Louis Loos.
Muxeesburo ACADDir. We, the
undersigned, respectfully call the atten
tion of the citizens ot Millersburg and
vicinity to the Academy which we are
establishing at Millersburg, Ohio.
The design is to make this a firtt-
clast, permanent Institution, and the co
operation of the community is respect
fully asked in order to make it such,
The facilities which we ofTer, enable
parents to give their children a thor
ough, academical education, witbon
sending them abroad and at much less
Particular attention given to the Lan
guages, Sciences, Mathematics, Pen
manship and Bookkeeping. -
Boarding in christian families, and at
reasonable rates, secured for students
frem the country, and neighboring
places, and such students will be under
tbe immediate care of the teachers, as
much as possible.
First, session, to
begin March tli.
Prof. P. W. Search, Principal.
Mrs. D. W. Vax Evera, Assistant.
Eev. A. S. Milkolland, Mlllersbnrg, O
Prof. S. J. Klrkwood, Wooster, O.
Dr. IT. A. True, Marion, O.
Prof. G. W. Welsh, Lancaster, O.
Supt. 31. A. Cuscaden, Hiram, O.
Prof. J. M. Stltt, FrankfortSprings, Pa.
Wasted to be Heard From. If any
body has ever used the thorough and
scientific course of treatment, recom
mended by the proprietor bf Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Bemedy for the cure of Ca
tarrh and has not been perfectly cured,
the proprietor, Dr. B. V. Pierce, would
like to bear from that person, and by
addressing him at the World's Dispen
sary, ButTdlo, JN. i such person, u
there be one, will bear of something to
bis or her advantage, a3 the Doctor is
In earnest .when .he oilers $500 reward
for a case of Catarrh which he can not
cure, and Is perfectly able to pay it if
be fails In a single case, as any one may
ascertain upon enquiry. The thorough
ponrse of treatment referred to and re
commended by Dr. Pierce consists in
tne use or ur. sage's uatarrn temeoy
with Dr. Pierce's -Nasal Douche which
Is the only means by which the fluid
can be carried high up and applied to
all parts of the nasal passages .and the
chambers connected therewith in which
ulcers exist and from which the dis
charge proceeds. In addition to this
thorough application of the Remedy,
which should always be used warn, Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Dlscovery
shonld be taken earnestly as constitu
tional treatment, without which" fewj
cases, can do curea as ine uisease is al
ways constitutional and must be treat
ed accordingly. This treatment "has ?nb
unpleasant' features aboutitandthas
the advantage of never driving the dis
ease to the lungs as there Is danger of
doing by the use of 'strong.Irriutiug
snuffs or poisonous solutions.
FRANKFORT, Mich., Sept. 13th, '73.
A vear aeo I had a bad cough from
the Catarrh which had sot In my throat.
I tried a good many things but got
nothing to do me any good until I used
your Golden Medical Discovery and Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy. -They" cured
me in three months for which I am
Trmperaxck Meeting Tuesday Eve
ning. Tlie temperance meeting Tues
day evening in Town Hall, was one of
the most interesting one held. Stirring
speeches were made by several gentle
men, lion. u. s. uni made some lorci
ble remarks In favor of temperance, as
also did A. J. Bell, Esu., and others.
The house was full, and the audience
Since the fall oC Adam and Eve at
a very early period In the world's his
tory, iris n le oi ours nas oeen inciueni
to a great many Ills, aches, and pains.
It matters little to us whether or not
they are natural out-srowing results of
original sin. The Important question
Is how can thev be alleviated t Miss
Sawyer's Salve is a panacea for more of
these ills than any other medicine ex
tant. Ask your druggist for a box and
give it a lair trial, and you will be con
vinced.. Latest styles of fall and winter
nlothlng lust received at Maxwell's,
which will be'sold cheap for cash. Stf
David Wolga'mot, Sr., died,Mondav
nlgbt, and will be bnried to-day, .Wed
nesday. Overcoats for $10,00, worth 18,00;
Overcoats for.$4,00,at Len Bird's:" 17tf
Peanuts 10 cts.per quartat1VesIon
The Musical Clnha. The February
DDaiber ot t!m montulv ileroteil to music
drama, literature and art contains several
pages or good music, with a variety of enter
taluioK reading matter. An excellent full-
page likeness of the '.ate Farepa llosa accom
panies this issues. Published by Charles A.
Atkinson, 23 Liberty street; New. York, f 1 50
a year 15 cents .a number..
CaidAV's l.nriinft Rnn. This ma-
aine ha. oeen so long beiore tne public, and so
widely disseminated, that its character is' al-'
ready understood, and all we peed to sayit U
kept hp to. its tisnal standard, with no increase
of, price.. Price, t- a year. The oldest maga
zine la America. Philadelphia: I A. Godey.
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Magazine lor jjoys, and Girls. Conducted by.
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"St.'Nlc-Olas" grows in favor, as It grows in
excellencc. It combines the good qualities. of
"Ourxoung Folk, f TThichhadbecomeabouse
hold treasure in many families, prerions to.
the advent of "St. Nicholas."
or good promissory
notes, or on manthlg
lauments. Oils, Nee
dles and attachments
kept on hand.
1 rhe Phrenological Journal -i-'oriii
contains ncn reaaiag on seir-Knowledge,
opening with Cbief-Justice Waite, with por
trait; PreXatal Influences; Immortality:
Tastes and Temperaments; The Hound Bnild
rs; Ancient Americans; Agricoltnraiailnts.
etc Only SO cents, or pa year. AdiJrcss.S,
B. Wells; Publlsher.'SSO Broadwar. 3?.
Eclectic Msfirflztna. The Eclectic lor
March is a notablu number of that sterling pe
riodical. It contains in full the remarkable
lecture "On Missions,1 which Professor Max
-Uiuer aeiireree in Westminster Aooey, on
Decembers, 1873. This number also contains
the opening chapters of "Far from the Mad
dening Crowd," and a number of other first
class articles. Published by E It Pel km, 103
Fclton Street, Xcw York. TcraiSy3 a year;
two copies, $9. Single number, 43 cents.
Thii DMmihlfc We are In recehit of the
Feuruarv number of this valnable monthlv.
publishwl at Washington, 1). Cf at 92 zer an
num, and which should be subscribed for and
read byerery citizen. No family should be
witnouc iu it is inaue ciear to tne reader tnat
the writers for The Republic are thoroughly
Informed, and that their leading purpose Is to
promote the prosperity of our people anil In
sure the perpetuity of our Institutions .
Scribner'S Nonthly-For March Is upon
our table as rich and racy as usual. Tbe
Mountains of Western Xorth Carolina are the
subject of Mr. Edward King's graphic "Great
South" contribution; DrBoblnson's discourses
In the same n amber oc tbe Women of the
Arab'; and there is a brief account of the
"Heiress of Washington," a yery Interesting
little bit of history.
The Aldlne. American scenerr. than
which none Is more beautiful, very properly
holds the leading place in the March Issue of
The Aldlne. Three charming pictures, by J.
D. Woodward, represents some of the most
striking scenes In North-Western Virginia. A
nobler specimen of the wood engraver's art
has never been produced than the lull-page
renderinir of Woodward' 'Hlcanv Fid Hi.
-laoies Hirer. xne fceconu picture oi mis be-
ritm ia asinKiDZ view oi uie wonaenui nie-
ural Bridge,' and the third represents a lore-
ij spot on ine J ames jxivcr, anove uope r er-ry-
The literary contents do not fall behind
the pictures tn number and Interest. Subscrip
tion price j, including curomos -xuc jast"
auujLiio vesc." .James omioa x to. vuu
Ushers, 58 Maiden Lane, New York City.
. Ballou's Magazine for March. The
March number ot this valuable family maga
zine Is pnbllshed, and is fullr equal to any is
sue una j car. u contains stones ot scan mens
of adventure of the sea. aud every one should
subscribe or buy a copy for tho sake of seeing
what a nice publication can be produced at a
low price. IS cents each, or $1 SO per year by
mail. Address, Thome & Talbot, 30 Brom
field street, Bostou.
Demorett's Monthly. -
Blontnlr MnKuzine seems to ,inp
issue. The March number con
De m o ro s t's
innrore wllh each
arrh nttm1pi rnmni tnntiptiililfl
redolent with spring novelties, spring litera
ture, and spring fashions. The premiums of.
fered In advance of all others. Jerome Thomp
son's Old Oaken Bucket, in size and beanty, U
worth several times the cost or the yearly
subscription, 3. Address, w, Jennings Dera
orest, 833 Broadway, N.Y.
A Poem. The following poem was
read by Robt. Justice: Young, at West
ern Reserve College on the occasion of
In the dim distance vhare the realms of lirht
Send forth faint rays upon the farthest lands,
Stretching beyond a dreamer's inner sight, .
Laving theGreat White Throne not made with
And washing with clear waves earth's golden
An ocean lies: a noundlesslianid lea
From which forth flowing as if loosed from
A rirer rushes free and turns as free
To pour its waters back into the same great
Upon the bosom of this winding stream
W here first its current leaves the parent deep.
Light and rantasuc as a rairy a ream,
A frail bare floats. In which with eyes that
Cntiring watch, ne'er knowing rest or sleep.
A loreiy oeing in ccmuu guise
Stands radiant and with wet eyes doth weep,
As in one Ion inz loot thevseeK the sies.
Then downwardbend to earth which low.be.
fore her lies.
Tbe little boat Is borne on by the tide.
Its fair freight needs to ply no tiring oar,
Arinwn the current of t&e rirer wide
Tbe .light skiff glides midway from shore to
While all amoved by the load waters' roar
Thi. vorarer -with fearless, dauntless sonl
Surveys the banks 'tween which the swift
And. as she cues, slowlv doth unroll
A wondrous mysterious, strangely lettered
Jn one fairhand is held a pliant pen
wito wnicn to trace on tne unroiamg page,
Thesbirv of what'er within ber ken.
.'Hid changiug scenes that on the vision swell,
ur some prona nero or a peaceini sage
Whose name his nation lores too honor well
For mighty peoples on the rirer's banks vdo
O, wondrous panorama of all days,
Among whose living scenes theawift stream
Vhile now quick-darting thro' thy "mighty
The dancineraft witlr.its falrburdeaoes,.
oi tne scroll win ten on to tne close
now er'rv actor In tbrnaeant strove:
HotraU uiy nations in sncpession rose
WiUaell: of temples, shrines, each classic
Through which the woodland nymphs fleer-
iwuuvncc um rore.
Thus speeding o'er the river's winding. tiay.
rariroia wie sea, lis oojecc ana lu source
Seeing and writing what is seen each day,; I
The fair recorder hastens through the'courle
itarnpmg. or leaa uy some supernal lorce.
An idler lotiers1r the broad .tream's Shore.'"
While flashing skies and thunders rumbling
Salute the passing visions, at beforC" -t
The gazer's eyes it flits and never is seen
But br te lirhtniiur's momentarr Ieam
The boat, the voyager, the scroll, the pen.
Are oarnea into nis mem-ry uu sney seem
Like parts of his own being, so that when
All else is faded and foreotten. then
Twill-rise in.trange remembrnicepnia'WIth
awe . -.
Inspire his Jiearers, as he tells to me. , r
How. what la all imknowm td Natur5lv.':
One dark and stormy night with his dazed eyes
c saw. - ' r.
Will tell how, as be gazed out in itfe nlgTit
Oree the river's ranid tnrbid flora-...
iiiuminea oy one gleaming beam oi ugut.
With speed that made the very flaah seem
The white-robed maid went past and In the
Of the electric fire the scroll she bore
Was plainly seen, and from it one could kndw
All that had come to pass on either shore;
And this tale shone thereon brighter all else
A warrior bold there was, in manhood's prime.
Who never lowered lance to human foe,
But thro' the years ofhis life's well spent time
Had borne himself in e?'rr content so
That he had made full many rivals know
tneirsirengin was weakness wnen maicneu
with his mlrht.
And few before him would the gauntlet throw;
For power, courage and great skill in light
Were ever present with the all-couqueriog
There was a'youthfthis braveknight's worthjr
-." - , . . i- .
Fast waxing mighty 'neath's the parent's
care, - - -And
tbo' no recordjong oCAerce strifes jvon
Entitled him'a victor's crown to wear, - '
He ret bad hoped to merit some small share'
Of his great father's fame; but all for naught.
Although most-eager both to do and dare.
And many- good works In his cause he1
The elder never gave' the boon theyoohger
And ill did brook his indenendent wargr . .
"Shall this mere stripling of a boy, forsooth,
"Oppose. a-knljht whese prowess- all men
praiser- x . . '
His rising wrath so longer he then stays,-.
FnU soon was rarged a chain to bind tbe child,
That wearing. this thro' Jong and weary days
-head's 'ton temper might-grow tame and
Learning submission,-who'nowlawless was
Quick as an arrow leaves the twanriDir s trine:
Tbe son insulted rose against his sire.
Anu to me comuai eacn wim specu am sprunff,
The elder trembling with disdainful ire.
The younger burning with fair Jfreedoia's lire.
While Pride and Hope opposing passions fed.
Sad wonld hare been tbe younger1 rate, and
The cause and dar that to the battle led
tlad not a guarding
: angel hovered o'er his
For when the strife arose, a snirit-Dower
Swift to his aid came with firm-guiding hand.
Came to him, as it were Goos own good
To bless, control, direct with courage grand
inspire mm as nemaaetme nooie stana
For life and liberty.' 1 And ice can see
How from his bondage out to freedom's land
That spirit led him; for on bended knee
A boy it found him, but it left a young knigbt
Yes. he was free! Free lrom the rallinr chain
That else that hour his fair young limbs had
For though fierce blows-fell on ,hlm like thick
rain, . v f r 1 V i
And oft he tottered on the groaning groumd,
The spirit's cheering voice with helpful sound,
Bevived his fainting hope and for tbe fray
courage, zeai, au neeaea strengtn it
And toa Its name all honor doth he pay,
r or uj us poicni, am it was ne won ine aay.
Away, ye mystic fancies! let there be
interpretation oi inis ramming rnyme,
Eternity is the surrounding sea,
From whose iramensitr. urofound. sublime.
Issues the river known tq us as.TitR;
Themselres in the Eternal sea. A mime
The maiden is in whom the vo' try woos
Clio, the. laurel crowned, history's mythic
The shores of Time are Weming with events,
Tlie strifes of nations and the deeds or men.
O'er which the Muse now1 Joys, again laments,
But all unbiased, with a faithful pen
On History's pages writes, and now, when
We glance within thenil while we look as free
As did the gazer by tbe wave-worn glen,
A tale most marrelods we plainly see.
Which but the allegory's prototype can be.
The valiant' knight, proud in his life's full
Whose verv nime Insnlred hU Cnes nitb fears.
Whd Into contest was to enter soon
W itn one who tho but A -mere child i n vears.
Should prove the knight's strength as ne'er.did
Is but the image or Old En gland yet
tCndurinir in her nower. at she ud rears
Her white cliffs lrom the sea. and still doth in i.
Tributes from lands, her own, on which the
The child who was to test the great man's
, ,iiciisuJ ,
Andstrule with the fervor of rnth' il:
Till in the very striving he at length
uuuiu aunug luwjyuag mannoou auu suouiu
In liberty alone tould Itoliis weal "
Is of these free United States thaJivne.. .
Upon whose works Our Qpd has set his seal
Of artDrobatlon. For their manhnml Wiu.
e eeis not, nor-vcr again -snail ieei,a tyrant's
The Old Land and the New Land were a war
A lon. destructive. Internccina strife.
ecerau-oiuiers summoned irom aiarw .
,,,, 1 l.'l , ujnju au u .... Bit w3 111C
un aianiai music noise oi dram anu nie:
..au icuus aivse auu inunus irom irienus were
And childless mother oft with widowed wife,
United at these awful throes to mourn.
Uy which thjs fairKepublx, years ago, Was
Andnow, what words causing the deathless
Of him who led Ibe Voting Land thro' the toll,
v uo Dy mc magic 01 migmy name
Brought irlorv to our banners and did foil
Tbe invading foe, guarding well our soil.
As watched that suirit of enchanted earth
Above the young knight iu the dream-land
Bo thisa time of proud and loyal mirtlU
Tor we aro met to celebrate the hero's birth.
The firm of Messrs. Taylor & Sharp,
has been doing a good trade in the Fur
niture business. One of the llrm is now
away huvluir a new stock, antl in a few-
days they will have their store rooms
packed witli new styles. To those who
need new furniture; we would say, go
to Taylor & Sharp, "and examine their
stock. Tiieir new goods win be on In a
few dars, when our citizens will have a
chance of getting choice iurnlturo nt
very reasonable rates. Fine work they
sell at -lose figures. Call 'arid" take a
iook at tneir stock. tr.
Everything in the fiinilshlnzsroods
line sold' at greatly reduced prices- at
Ax Admitted .Fact. It is now an
admitted fact that the Remington Sew
ing .Machine is .the-Jbest-in'theworld.
W. K. Pomeroy, Dentist, is the agent
far Holmes county, O. 27w5
Removal Fibst op April. I will
move my Barber Shop on the 1st of
April next, to the first door east of
Maxwell's Clothing Store, upstairs.
22tf Henry Schaffeb.
Public Sale. B.J.Cameron will of
fer at public sale, en Thursday the 5th,
of March, at his residence, four miles
notth of Millersburg, stock of all kind,
farming utensils, hay, corn, &c. Sale
to commence" at 9 o'clock a. si. 27 w.1
G. F. Lang wishes to announce to bis
numerous customers that he has pro
cured a horse and wagon for the pur
pose of 'delivering all goods to persons
buying from him, free of charge. This
is a good chance, and a good place to
bny from. He always keeps the best
flour in town and a full line of Groceries
and -Provision?, Sc, Ac. Give him a
Bvs'- eoods very cheap at Len
isiru'g. . u a
School Fcrxitube. School Boards,
Church Committees, or ethers desirous
of purchasing School Desks, Recitation
Seats, Teacher's Desks, Liquid Slating
for black-boards, or anything in the
lineof School or Church Furniture, can
obtain it at very reasonable prices, by
calling In person upon J. B. BELL,
Milersburg, Ohio, or by writing to Wit.
M. Harford, London, unio. 4nw-
Len Bird is selling out. 17tf
Len Bird has a splendid stock of
Faeji for Sale. The undersigned
offers for sale a No, 1 farm of 100 acres,
in Bipley township, one mile west of
Hopewell church. The; farm is' in" a
'good state bf cultivation, 'and wilbbe
sold on very .reasonable terms. To get
possession the 1st of April next. Ap-plicatlonshoiUd-be;
made soon. For
further information inquire on the
premises' or address,
3w" PairirVail'ey, Holmes Co., 0.
Good suits for J10.00. worth 15.00:
coats $3,50,-worth" $5,0t, at LeirBlrd's.
To all' who are in need of paper, en
velopes, &c. plain or fancy, we would
state, that we have a -good assortment
on hands, and are fitting up the room
back of tlie Post Office, where samples
of our stock can be seen. .The best
brands of Cap, Legal Cap, Fools iCap
Note Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads
Note and Letter Paper, always on hands
Envelopes or all styles anu colors, uur
oaner and envelopes are of tlie' best
quality, and will be sold at tlie very
lowest ttsnires. irersons wisningio nave
their cards printed on their envelopes,
or letter heads, can have it done at lit
tle expense. Please remember that all
kinds of Stationery can be bad at
wholesale or retail.
. r -
Don't spend a dollar for Clothing
until you have called at Maxwells'.!
ineyseii tne cneapesi. on
We Tiirnl-h Envelops with a Busi
ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as
the blank envelopes can be purchased
Mrs. Cooe & Miss Libbie Wolgamot,
Would anndunce to the citizens of Mil
lersburg and vicinity, that they are
ready to supply them with Millinery
and Fancy .Goods, such asr Bonnets,
hats, velvet for salts, hose, gloves, rib
bons, laces, hair braids, children's un-
derware, neck ties, zephyrs, patterns of
all klnus,-embroldery, esc, ccc. stamp
ing done to order. Everything usually
kept in a Millinery and variety store,
can be found there. Call and see them.
Over Wholf, Tidball & Co's store. 19yl
-Len Bird is selling loads of Cloth-
ins-. We see bundles going out every
Latest styles of hats and caps just
received ;.at Maxwells'. Call and see ,
Good hats 75 cents, at Bird's. 13tf
A Fine Picture.
If vou want a fine nicture alreadv
framed, subscribe" for the illustrated
"Peoples Monthly," pictorial paper for
the fireside. Pictures delivered from
four to ten days after subscribing.- The
paper and pictures can be seen at the
Post Office. H. M. CcxxrxGHAM,
March 4, 1874.
- - -- $800
. - ISO
.' - - 143
FLOUICfl bbl; Retail,
li, if uiw Tp uiuu,,
WHEAT. Bed, i bush.
COBN, per bush
. ; - - 10
OATS, Wbush. - -CLOVER
TIMOTHY SEED, "
il ' - I'M
WHITE BEANS, "
HAY, 1 ton, -EGGS.
-. II 00
BUTTER, (In roll) i lb.
t;uuc, - -
HAMS. " -
SHOULDERS, lb., -TALLOW,
iH'.ir-iJ All ure, a ilk.
PARED PEACHES.! i
BAGS, lb. " - ' "
t ' ' ' 3
FEATHERS, fl lb.
SALT: flbbl; retail, -
I, uuu, p 1U. - .- -
WOOD, per cord, -
CLEVELAND, March 4, 1874.
ThA frtllnwlntr-are the r.loslnr rates of 8necie
and Government securities in this market:
Sixes of 1881, ex. coupons
r ire-Twenties (isis)
.'ive-Twenties (1805-. coupon 118,';
Five-Twenties (188T) coupons 119 ,
Fire-Twenties (lacSlcouRons 118
Ten-Forties ex. coaponi 'll.Ji
CLEVELAND, March 4, 1874.
rucs-miu TR .-:
v " . White XX M ou
r " Bed and Amber. uu
RVB FLOCX 6 60a5 75
,W,HaT White 1 60
: !! 1 45
" Amber 1 49
Co i . 6SC
nT ..'-' . 49c
Suoefti Miira Hams .: ..' 130
- ( " Shoulders Sc
1 - Bacon .,. 10c
"'- Dried Beef. 16c
Labd .- -.9c
duied ArrLis.. 6'iaC';c
Dkiio I'xaches 1'eeleil lCaSoc
1'otatois perbu.... 1.05
PITTSBURG, March 4, 1874.
f I 70
, ,. ' 650
t. 9 10
, 7 73
Flour White XXX ..........
'' viute... ..........
" Red and Am'jer
Svoked Meats Hams '
" Shoulders ...
Dried Pr aches Peeled ....
Dries ArrLES ,
Potatoes per bbl
New York Market.
NEW YORK, March 4, 1874.
WHEAT Whlto SI 6J
" Red........ 1 48
Flour Choice S90a7 60
" SuperUue Western i OOall 00
Lard ,. Do
Panic Prices for the Xext 30 Days.
We are now closing out for cash only,
Our stock of Clothing and Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, from 7) to 12 per cent,
less, than this season's prices, and wc
are the only house in t town .offering
sucK'great'Inducemerits, therefore, it is
to your interest to call oil us berore
buvin- elsewhere, for any eoods you
need in our line during the next 30
days, before our splendid assortment is
broken, at the United States Clothing
Store, of Isaac Marx, two doors west of
the Court House. i Jti
Wosdebful but True. The best re
touched photographs ot all the latest
styles, at Hall's Gallery for $1.25 per
half dozen, or $2.00 per dozen. Also
best plain photographs for only $1.00
per hall dozen, or .$1.75 per dozen
Gems, 2 for 50 cents, nail's Gallery
will be closed on the 1st ol Aprilas he
is going into other business. Cloudy
weather as good as any. AVe would ad
vise all to go and get splendid pictures
at panic prices. 25tf
Suits made.to order on short notice.
at L,en isirtrs. i. ti
Go to Maxwells' if you want your
dollars to spin out tne farthest. uti
There Is no pain which the
Centaur Liniment will not re
lieve, no swelling It IwiU not
subdue,and no lameness it will
not cure. This is strong lang
uage, but it is true. It has pro-
ipflT01 tism, neuralgia, lock-jaw!
palsy, sprains, swellings, caked-breasts,
scalds, burns, salt-rheum, car-ache. Ac
upon the human 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 connter-irritant, an
all healing pain reliever. Cripples throw
away their crutches, tte lame walk, poison.
ons bites are rendered harmless, and the
wounded are healed without a scar. It is no
humbug. The recipe Is published around each
bottle. It is selling as no article ever before
told, 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 th?y will not use Centaur Liniment. More
than 1000 certificates of remaskable cures, in
cluding frozen limbs, chronic - rheumatism,
gout, running tumors, &, have been received.
We will seud a circular containing certificates
he recipe, &c, gratis, to any one requesting
it One bottle of the yellow wrapper Centaur
Liniment is worth one. hundred dollars for
spavined or sweenied horses and mules, or lor
screw-worm in sheep. Stock-owners this
liniment is worth your attention. No family
shonld be without Centaur Liniment. Sold by
all Drnggists. CO cents per bottle; large bot
tles $1.00. J. B. Rose & Co S3 Broadway, New
Csitr,TH a. is more than a substitute
for Castor Oil. It i the onlr ia fe article in
existence which is certain to assimilate the
food,, regulate the bowels, cure wind-colle.
and Droduce -aatnralaleen. It contains neith
er minerals, morphine or alcohol, and is pleas
ant to take. Children need not cry, and moth
ers may rest. 33-yl.
A. SHEIMPLIN, whojjs al
ways selling Boots and Shoes
Cheaper than tbe Cheapest, is
prepared to sell goods down at
i He.hastpurcliased.thei inter
- 1 t il X 3 i it if i ii C
est .of? fiislpartner.'andiis oonndl J
to sell goods to suit all custom
ers. Call and sec him.
He has also secured a good
workman, who wUTdo'all kinds
of Repairing and New Work.
Orders promptly filled.
Leather and Findings on
, .; - 6 ' : : il ' -SrV
hand at all times.
Come and see.
, A. SHRIMPLIN.
Millersburg, O., Jan. 1, 1S74.
Public Sal !
- - tr i r J. L'iii
The undersiraeJ will offer at Public Sale, at
his residence, i qiileseast of Millersburg, on
the Berlin road,
On Taesday.'Mar'ChaOthi, 1874,'
Commencing at 9 a'clockM the .following
4 Head of Work Horses,
" Hull, -years old.
2CKrjETBAD: OP BHEEP,
J Thorough-Bred, Chester Bpar, , ,
Combined Reaper and Mower,
1 two-horse Waa-on. 1 two-horse Bucxv. 4 sets
of Harness, 1 Sulky Hay Rake, 1 Corn Drill,
Plows, Harrows, Cnltivators, 1 Hay Fork with
pullles, and many other Farming Implements.
1A.1SO, a lot oi
Household t- Kitchert Furniture.
Terms of Sale-Sri aontns, approved
KitttcLh JoHNsotfj Auctioneer. I 27vr3!
WE ARE SELLING
Of! best quality and manufacture, for LESS
Aiu.r.x snananyone in town, aisu,
UO MORE AND BETTER
Than any'oue else doing business here. Hare
n lew mure
Left Best in the world. Wo offer BTOVES,
TINWARE, and In tact all goods ln;our Jlne to
customers, that the poorest Judge can readily
see are worth nearly as much more. We can
savyon will not soon see their lute again.
We are the exclusive agents for J. A. LAW
SON'S Call and see one that wels-hs 2000 rounds. Will
heat any sized house In the. coldest weather
with S bushels of coaL
Don't forget the place, 1 door west ef Em
' 12 HEAD OF, MILCH CUW5, : s
!l5 Half-Snr-am, s jreaul '$?. . i j f
jo- . . .i .'year-old,1
Children Often Look Pale and Sick
from no other cause than h&Tlng worms in the
nuift't VtrmifuaM Comlilx
will destroy Worms without Injury to the child
Being penecuy tvaiTX, anu tree irum an col
oring; or other Injorious Ingredients usually
CURTIS A.BKOWX, Proprietors,
No 315 Fnlton street. Ken- Vork.
Sold by DrngRlits and Chemists and dealers
in jueuicinc nt sa ccnu a isox. vsyi
Thirty yean' experience of an old nurse,
Jfra. Wirulnc't Sootking Syrup it Us prescrip
tion of one of the best 1'emale Physicians and
Nurses in the United States, and has been used
for 30 years with ncTer-falling saletr and sue
cess by millions of mothers and children, from
the feeble infant of one week old to the adult.
It corrects acidity of the stomach, relieres
wind colic, regulates the bowels, and Rives
re--t, health and comfort to mother 'and child.
We believe it to be the best and sorest remedy
in me worm in au cases ox iryteniery ana.-JJiar-rhaa
in Child rtn. whether It arises iVom teeth-
Ingorfrora any other cause. Full directions
for using will accompany each bottle. None
?;nuine unless the fac-simile of CWRTIS A
ERKIXS is on the outside wrapper. Sold br
HouehoId Panacea & Family Liniment
is the best remedy In the world for the follow
lasreomDlaints.'Tlr: Cramos In the Limbs and
Stomach, Pain in the Stomach, Bowels or Side,
Rheumatism in all its forms. Billions Colic,
Neuralgia- Cholera, Dysentery Colds, Fresh
Wounds, Burns,Sore Throat. Spinal Complaint
Sprains and Bruises, Chills and Fever. For
Internal and External Use.
Its operation is not only to, relieve tne pa
tient, but entirely removes the cause of the
complaints It penetrates and pervades the
whole system, restoring healthy action to all
Its parts, and quickening the blood.
The Bouthofd Panacea is purely Vegetable
x'reparra uy vtji.xic. & uiiun.i,
No. 2.5 Fulton Stmt, NewYork.
For sale by all Druggists. 4y 1
The advertiser, having been permantly cur
ed of that dread disease,- Consumption, by a
simple remedy, is anxious to make known to
his fellow sufferers the means of cure. To all
who may desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription used, (free ot charge,) with the di
rections fori preparinrjand using. the same.
which they will And a Sure Cure for Consum-
tlon. Asthma, Bronchitis, &c
Parties wishing the the prescription will
please, address, Rev-E. A. WILSON-
194 Penn Street Williamsburgh, New Tort
Errors of Youth.
A. gentleman who has suffered foryears from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all
the effects ot youthful indiscretion will for tbe
sake of suffering humanity, send free to all
who need It, the recipe aud direction for mak
ing the simple remedy by which he was cured.
Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's
experience can do so by addressing In perfec
JOHN R. OGDEN, 53 Cedar St. New York.
Want a cook,
Want a clerk,
Want a partner.
Want a sitnation.
Want a servant girl.
Want to sell a piano.
Want to sell a carriage.
Want to buy or sell a farm,
Want a boarding place.
Want to sell town property,
Want to sell groceries or drugs.
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry goods or carpets.
Want te find customers for anything.
advertise in the bepublican.
Advertising will gain new customers,
Auvemsing -win Keep oia customers,
Advertising liberally always pays,
Advertising makes success easy.
Advertising begets confidence.
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows plnck.
Advertising means biz.
Advertise or bust,"
fll'.iS - - m -
. -A f 1-
I !. V'.
The unknown heirs of Peter -fills, deceased.
and whose place of resiuence are unknown,
Charles C Gilbert, who lives ia Montana Ter
ritory, Warden W. Gilbert, of Washington,
District ofColumbia. Charles (2 llbert. Cass Gil
bert and Samuel Gilbert, of Goodhue county in
the Htate Of-Iinnesota, and Cartis Farmalee,
ot uock county in tne state or w isconsin, ttui
take notice that William McMnllln, of the
county of Uolmes In the State of Ohio, did, on
sue ioiu aay oi January, L.f.1a14, nie uis pe
tition in the Conrt of Common Fleas, within
and for said county of Holmes and State, of
unie-agamst tne saia unanown neirs 01 r-ier
MUls, aeceasea, ana saia .nanes 1. uuneix,
Warden W. Gilbert. Charles Gilbert. Cass Gil.
bert, Samuel Gilbert, Curtis ParmleeandAm.
berson Henderson, Eliza Slacker, Sarah A.
Fowls, Elizabeth UGilbert, Wary 8. Vanhorn,
Catharine J. Gilbert, Elizabeth Johnston and
Maria L. Abbott,defendants, in which petition
the said William ilcMullin alleges that said
refer alius, in nis llietime. ia pursuance or an
Art of Con-rpss entitled "An Act for the relief
ort'eter Alius," approvea June sum, isji,un-
uer a special ceritucaic issueu (o 111m uuacr
said act, located at tho land ofllce at Chillico
the. Ohio, the following tract of land, to wit:
The north half of the north-east quarter of sec
tion nre tsi. in sownsmp eignt to), ana ranee
eight (3), in tho county of Holmes and State of
unio, ana ianu lormeriy suaject to entry at
ZancsVille, Ohio, containing eighty-Are (85)
acres more or les: that prior to the 25th day
of September, A. D. 1837, said Peter Mills, for
a valuable consideration, assigned his certifi
cate ot entry, lor said land, to one Charles C
Gilbert; that on or about tho 35th day of Sep.
tember, A. D. 1837, the said Charles C. Gilbert,
as tho assignee or the said Peter Mills, sold
said rj remises to one John Henderson, br con
tract in writing, thereby binding hlmseir to
oause a deed t. be executed therefor as soon as
a patent might be Issned for the same, to said
Peter Mills: that after the said 33th day ofSep-
iciuuui, . ii, .uo saiu .uiiu iicu ucrson
sold said prcmUes, by contract in writing, to
one -urn- & -ruuuc. iaat oa or aoout sue nrst
day oIssptemuer.'AJJ. no, said Curtis I'ann
lee sold said premises to said William McMul
lin, by contract lu writing, for tbe sam of six
hundred and forty-four dollars; that tlio pur
chase money stipulated in each of said con.
tracts have bceu fullr naid according1 to the
terms thereof; that no dcod has been made for
tbelsaid Peter Mills, Charles C. Gilbert and
John Henderson, since the making of their re.
spective contracts, have died; that on or about
tne urst uay 01 sepirmu.r, -a. i'. iu. uo kni
vMcin nr.abl real estate, and has been er.
er since, and still is in the possesslen of the
same, ami nas mauo raiuaoio improTemenis
thereon; that on the 0th day of September, A,
11. tfirr the lrcsldnt ofthe United States is
sued a patent couToyiug said tract of land to
said Peter Mills, or his legal representatives;
and that by reason of the premises the title to
M lands inured to his benefit as the asslanee
of said Peter Mills. The prayer C said peti
tion is mat tno ueienuanis merein namea may
be decreed to convey to said William MeMul-
Un any interest they or either of them may
havo in said tract of land, and other equitable
roller, and the said parties herein first named
are hereby notified that they are required to
appear and answer said petition on or before
the third Saturday after the 6th day of March
ItyUM. Tocuu, his Attorney,
Dated January -tSth, 1874. ilw7
We have Removed.to our NEW STORE, on
Euclid Aveniie, Corner
The LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST Fur-
nlture House In the united states.
We Manufacture .all the
Goods Sold toy Us.
With 40 year's experience, we know how to
Oar PRICES we guarantee shall alwajs be
Calland SeeonrXKW STORE, whether
In want of Furniture or not.
Hart & Malone,
2 and 4 Euclid Avenue,
A MAMMOTH STOCK
Soot & Shoe Store.
TMsstock of.Gool!was purchased dl-
reet from the Manufactory-, at
the BOTTOM CASH
PEICES of all
Of the BEST .MAKERS OF GOODS
IN THE MARKET. Onr
Prices are far below'
, any others in the
As- to equality.
Our Terms are
GASH & BOTTOM PBICES .'
ONE PRICE TO ALL.
'Fair & Square Dealing !"
IS OUR MOTTO.
" AU can be suited in our stock.
HTMen, Boys, Women, Misses, Chil
S"dren,'Yontli, &c. In fact, we have
lythe goods, and we-propose to save
EST" you 23 per- cent, upon all goods
tSfbought of us, for the truth of which
E3Fplease call an i see before making
No. 2, National Bank Building,
Aug. 23, 1873. 2m 3
Get the Very Best
RUDY & GO'S.
Eagle Corn Shelter,
Empire Clothes Wringer,
rorany tiepmot iveus,
AMERICAN KNIFE CO.'S
BEST MAK1& OF
Best and Largest Stock or
Gross-Got & Circular Sns,
(DIston'Sr Alwajt on hand,
WHEELING NAILS !
And everythlnc la the Ilardware Line at the
VE It TLO WEST PJRICE.
Mf IRRINGEMBNT !
Lumber Yard I
Jtlare completed their arraDrementa and have
auw in iilu upcrawou meir
NEW FLAKING KILL!
And will keep constantly on hand every de
Consiitinc in part of
Lumber, Timber, Battens,
siding, Lath, Shingles,
Surfaced & Match
Doors and Blinds,
Frames. Castings 4c
Railings, Sash, etc., etc.
SaSurfaoing- and Hatching done to order
1 short notice.
Builders, Farmers and others in wast of"
Lumber, er anything else In our line, at the
lowest prices, give nt a call.
Office and Yard West End or Main Street,
near the Bridge.
French, Reed Jt MeCulleen.
Uillersburg,0., Feb. 8.193. Xtf
M. B. PETEEMAN,
Gnel Fire IusMcsAg't
MAKES a specialty of the business of Insur
ance; representing the following well-
T?Vtrfll! OF LIVERPOOL,
xwJral Cash Assets J13CO,0OU.
TTnrlprnrr"tpr'! or XEW TORL,
u naerwnier s; Clsn Asseti 4oo,oea.
Fire Association cshBwo
fTomp! 0F COLDMBU8, O-j-LUiuu;
Cash Assets smjooa.
Hun 1 OF CLEVELAND,
ounj , cut Assets VStSfiM-
Western Mutualj 05SRtSSfea"
Fanner's Ins. Co.! ffiffi&S;
ADDllcat Ions for Insurance. In town oreonn
try will receive prompt attention.
Office on Main Street, National Bank Build
ing, Miller! burg, O. 19kI
JOHN P. LAEEMEK
Family Groceries !
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
OF ALL KINDS.
Highest Itfeepaid for Fcrs and Sheep Pelts,
rowocs, -leans ana uounsry .rroauce
Agent for the
United States Tea Company,
.. . AX
-AT- . ' -
CALL AND EXAMINE.
CASH PAID FOR PRODUCE
Produce Taken, in Ex
change for Goods.
SteelElUI Boutle Track 1
BALTIMORE & OHIO 1 1
the ONLY- ROUTE by which holders of
.THROUGH TICKETS to New York and Bos
ton are enabled to visit the clues or
New York and Boston,
At the cost or a tlckcOo Xcw York or Boston
only, witn tne privilege oi visiting
Washington City 3Ni
$ the ONLY ROUTE lrom the
WEST TO WASHIHGTOS C-TT.
Without a long and tedious Omnibus Transfer
The ONLY LINE RUNNING MAGNIFICENT
XTTTiTi"m" A -Kr3
Palace Drawing Room Sleeping Coicfce
From St. LouU, Onclnnatl and Columbus, to
Baltimore and Washington
Tickets for sale at allJTtcret Officers In the
aonin ana n esu
General Pasaencer Aceat, Cincinnati, Ohio.
L. M. COLE, Gen'l Ticket Agent, Baltimore,