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jTOir is ppon us, ay o right in. oar midst,
m3; to -judge from the- "declaration," wo
few it will not-prova a very civil one, al-
llirnitrTi'infPmwina in its character. Wo
refar to the opening of hostilities between'
the-edjtors of the two Democraic papers
pnbliehed. in this city, which was:inaugu-
rlted iv o sktrmisn Mis mornintj, on
State street, between Col. Medary, editor
and proprietor .of the (Jnsis, and Mat. Mar
tin, J2sq editor of the Statesman. It ap
pears that yesterday afternoon, Mr. Martin
visited Col. Medary, and calling his atten
tion'to trie-reports in the Cleveland pnpers
of the examination of Court in that city
for conspiracy, said he proposed to publish
it. vol. aieaary torn Dim it ne aiu so no
wanted him to denv. cn authority, that he
(Col. il.) had any knowledge or connec
tion with tho Knights of the Golden Cir
cle. This Mr. Martin neglected to' ao.
Thi3 morning, the Governor met Mr. Mar
tin on Ji is" wav to the Postoffice, and at
once seized him by the collar, using some
very forcible language, and telling Mr.
Martin that he (Martini was the 'first
Knight ever made in this cityy that the
Statesman office was their headquarters,
and that he would have every member of
the Order in this city arrested for treason
before night. Tbe " Governor talked as
though he was thoroughly posted, and ev
idently frightened Mr. Martiu considera
bly. Tbe collision attracted quite a crowdj
whose sympathies, as far as they were ex
pressed, were in favor of the Governor.
This is probably not the last of it, and we
may look for some rich devlopementa ere
long. Columbus Fact.-
Card from Col. Medary.
-The following card, from Col. Medary
speaks for itself: Fact ,
Col. Geaut, Ed. Ciit Fact:
J)ear Sir In your paper of last eve
ning, where you publish extracts from the
.testimony in the case on trial at Cleveland,
against a Mr. Court, of Marion county, for
"treason," or being a member of a secret
political society, I find in the testimony of
JJr. Christian these words:
"Mr. Hodder told me ho got the obliga
tion from Sara Medary, at Columbus."
Now, Mr. Hodder either told Christian
what was false, or Dr. Christian swore to
what -was not true, as the whole is made
tout of pure fiction, so far as I am concern
ed'; and I have no dcubt but Mr. Hodder
wiU promptly contradict so base a false
hood. As the Statesman of this morn
ing contains tbe same foul libel upon me,
Icnoiviny it to be such, I will deal with
that concern as its iniquity deserves..
Until a few days before the election, I
iiever heard of said secrtl organization ex
isting in Columbus or anywhere else, and
at first believed the existence of such a so
Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 19, 1861.
From Hatteras Inlet. Tho day af
ter tbe capture of the propeller Fanny by
the rebels, the Ceres and tho Putnam ha-
ing one of the lanches of the Susquehanna
in tow, went up the Cicamacoiuie and lan
ded seven day's provisions, returning the
same evening, without having seen any
thing of the rebels.
Friday, however, word reached Ilattoras
Inlet by the Stars and Stripef, that 2,500
rebels, consisting of a Gei rgia, South Car
olina, and Virginia regiment; 1-ad come
over from tb'a'maiu land in six small s'teara
crs and schooners and flatboats, and .at
tacked tho 20th Indiana regiment, who
were obliged to retreat. The Susquehan
na steamed up outside, while Col. Haw
kins marched up with six companies, and
reached Hatteras Light by nightfall, a dis
tance of thirteen miles.
During the night Col. Hawkins was
joined by the 20ih Indiana Regiment, who
had passed in the darkness a large body of
rebels, who had landed for' the purpose of
cutting them off.
Col. Brown, of Indiana,, reported a loss
of soventy of his men, comprising .his sick
and wounded, and twenty pickets, who
could not be called in. He succeeded in
.saving his tents provisions, etc.
On Saturday morning the Monticello
steamed around the cape, and a few miles
up met the rebels marching down the nar
row neck of land to attack our troops. The
rebel steamers were also landing troops to
co-operate with them. They wcro in easy
" The Monticello opened upon them with
shells, five seconds fuses, two hundred nnd
eighteen of which wore fired from threo
guns in three hours and thirty minutes, do
ing great execution.
The Confederates at first tried to shel
ter themselves, but soon broke in every di
rection, and took refuge upon their vessels.
A shell passed through the wheel-house of
the. Fanny, which was already employed
It is reported that their loss must have
reached 200 or 300 killed nnd wounded.
During the engagement a member of
the Indiana regiment, who had been taken
prisoner, managed to escape. He took
to the turf, and was picked up by a boat
from tbe Monticello. Ho reports that the
first shell flora tho Monticello lilted Col.
Barlow, of tho Georgia regiment, and that
tho havoc was frightful. He also reports
that when he escaped he killed a Confed
erate Captain with his revolvor.
Upon, the withdrawal of the Confeder
ates the Monticello nnd Susquehanna, and
tho land forces returned lo Hatteras.
War Material for Illinois.
[Special Dispatch of the Chicago Tribune.]
SPRINGFIELD, Oct. 18.
The gratifying intelligence relating to
money and arms for Illinois, announced
several days since by telegram from tho na
tional capital, is confirmed by Gov. Yates,
who returned from Washington last night.
He obtained one million of dollars in Treas
ury notes, payable on demand, of the do
nomination of five dollars and upwards,
and designed for general circulation. He
secured six thousand rrfled muskets, five
hundred rifles, and ordnance for fourteen
batteries of artillery, consisting of eighty
four pieces of James' rifled cannon, with
caissons, implements and materials complete.
The Sublimity of Brutality. The
Regiments oftbe Southwest exhibit tho
taalignity Uffiends. The day preceding
the invasion of Kentucky by Gen. Buckner,
" Hr'. Wjne, a veteran of the war of 1812,
Bbd 'an ardent Union man, breathed his
last. His final request was that ho might
be buried in tbe flap, of his country. Buck
nr, hearing of ft, sent word to Mrs. W.
that he could not' permit her husband to be
butied in the American colors, but that ho
must "be buried under tbe naff of the South
ern Confederacy I And the brutal wretch
was as good as bis word. The patriot
was borne to his grave beneath the folds
of an-emblem he loathed.
Feakck asd the Rebel Tlao. The
following extract from a letter received in
ilanffor, Me., from a gentleman m bor
deaux, France, shows that the Emperor
Napoleon has no idea of giving countenance
to tbe rebel flag or cf exhibiting sympathy
for the rebels. The writer says:' The
schooner William Abbott, of Bangor, Me.,
Captain Smith, was.coraing up the river
with a rebel nag Qvmg at the tore, and no
flag at the main or gaft. She came to an
chor at Paulliac, a few miles below the
city, and the custom bouse boat went
along side. I he nag was nauled down in
half an hour, and tbe captain went on
shore. . When she got under weigh to go
up to the city, she could not pass the
guardsbip till that glorious flag of Stars
and Stripes was hoisted at tbe main, and
she will be obliged lo hoist it so long as
sho remains in r ranee. Ibe schooner was
from Christian Land, Norway.
A Spdskt Kektcckv Girl. Captain
Claypool, living about ten miles from
Bowling Green, sent arms to Col. Gir
ders camp in a neighboring county. I he
next day a squad, dispatched by Buckner,
called at his house, and, finding only his
daughter, demanded the guns of her. aha
answered that they were not there, and
that, if they were, she wouldn t givelbem
up. They handed her Gen. Buckner's or
der for tbe weapons, and she toro it up be
fore their faces. They went to tho bucket
and took each a drink of water, whereup-'
on sho threw the rest of tbe water out of
the bucket, and commenced scouring the
dipper. Thev concluded that they could
do no better than to go back and tell their
General about their adventure and get
Good for Indiana. A lale dispatch
from Indianapolis says: Indiana turns out
volunteers faster than tbe tioverrmentcan
arm them. At least five regiments are
ready to march as soon as they are sup
plied. Tho War Department has con-
tracted for the immediate building of a
militnry telegraph along the Indiana bor
der, at the instanco'of the Governor. The
Adjutant General s books show that up to
this date Indiana has 52,000 volunteers,
thirty-seven thousand of whom will be m
the held this week.
Gen. McClellan's Staff. Wm. Ray
mond, of .New lork, has been appointed
by Gen. McClellan a member of his Staff,
with the rank of Captain. He is a cousin
"by marriage lo Gen. McClellan. The
father-in-law, brother, and this cousin are
cow members of Gen. McClellan s Staff,
which must give the commander great
confidence in a portion, at least, of his
For Virginia. The Thirty-Seventh
Ohio Regiment, Col. Liber, left on the 9 th
for Western Virginia, and on Thursday
thero was not a single regiment in Camp
Denuison. On Friday, tbe Fourth Regi
ment, Col. Smith, had orders" to leave
their camp at Springfield, Ohio, for West
Our Grain Crop. It is estimated that
England will need C-t.000,000 aud France
80,000,000 bushels of grain during the
ensuing nine mouths. This fact will in
sure the balance of trade iu favor of the
United States for a year to come. We
shall keep all the specie we get from Cali
fornia, besides having large receipts from
Reimbursing the States.
A Washington dispatch says Secretary
Chase has advanced to the States forty
per centum on account of their expendi
ture for troops called into servico up to a
month ago, as follows: Indiana, four hun
dred and fifty thousand six hundred dol
lars; Illinois, four hundred thousand: Ohio
nine hundred t housand; Wisconsin two
hundred and five thousand; Michigan,
niuety-two thousand. Iowa, eighty thou
and; Pennsylvania, six hundred and six
thousand; Maine, two hundred thousand;
Vermont, one hundred and twenty-two
thousand; Massachusetts, seven huudred
and sevcnt3--five thousand; New Hamp
shire, two hundred thousand.
By yesterday's dispatches we learn that
affairs on tho Potomac begin to be decided
ly lively. The rebel force at Bolivar, near
Harper's Ferry, received a handsome flog
ging from Col. Geary; whose command
completely routed the rebels, though the
latter were greatly superior in numbers
and artillery. Our troops drove them
from the field, and took one of their guns
a columbia.d All we want on the Po
tomac is a little more of the same sort.
Near Lebanon, Mo., Major Wright's bat
tallion inflicted summary chastisement ,on
a parly of rebel cavalry, killing and cap
turing nearly the whole party of 130.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
-a4BmMiW...i u -1,1
Z. & C. R.
Trains leave Jlillersburg:
Express 4:55 A. SI.
Accommodation 11:55 A. JI.
Arrive at JUillersburg:
Acommadation.... .... ...... 3:50 P. M.
Express 8:35 P. 31.
PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD.
Fast Express 5:34 A. M.
Mail 5:09 l M.
Mail 9:3G A. M.
Fast Express 7:25 P. M.
McLeas's Cordial. A may be Bcen,we insert this
week, the advertisement of McLean Cordial, &c.
It In very well known that we are not particularly fa
vorable to patent medicines, and as a general thing, es
chew the whole of them with but little ceremony, and
with these sentiments we declined inserting this adver
tisement until we knew what were the ingredients of
the medicine, and how compounded. This we have
learned, and believing, as we do, that the ingredients are
good, and the compound judiciously made, we recom
mend it es a mixture worthy of public confidence.
The above is from the St. Louis Christian Advocate,
edited by tbe renowned Rev. Dr. McAnall, which speaks
volumes In favor of McLean's Cordial. We say to all,
try It. Seeadvertisement iu another column.
MARRIED In Jlillcrstmrg, on Thursday. Oct. 17th
by Iter. J. A. E. Suirso.v, Mr. JOIIN E WING and Miss
SUSANNA CHARLTON, both of Holmes county, O.
MILLERSBURG, Oct, 23 1861.
Flour 5.50$6,00 Clovor&ced $4.00
Buckwheat flour.&l .50 Flaxseed S1.00
Hycflour )cwt. 1.50 Tirao'ydo $1.50
Wheat 80(g90.Grcon Apples 50
Cora 2530 Dried Apples $1.00
Oats 18 Dried Peaches. . .$2,00
yo jomiji smoked Hams
Barley 40 Bmntcil Shoulders..
Buttor 8 Smoked Sides G
Eggs 8 Dressd Pork 4,505,00
(THE ORIGINAL, ONLY TRUE AND GENUINE.)
Far 25-Yean m Staple Ccnedj- for
AND ill BHIOUS DISEASES.
The ordinary evidences of Dis
ease of tho Liver are Pain and
tenderness in the region of the
Liver, sometimes dull and aching,
increased by pressure, pain and
Uneasiness in Breathing, Pain in
the right SllOUlder, uneasiness
when lying upon tho left side,
increased sizo of the Liver, Short
and Dry Congh, disordered stom
ach, Nausea, Yellowish Tinge on
the eyes and skin, Headache, yel
lowish fur on tho tongue, Bitter
ish taste in the mouth, heavy,
foil sessatiea in the Brain, De
pression of Spirits, amounting
almost to Insanity, slight Fever
toward evening, Loss of Appetite)
MelaHChoIy, with moroseness and
Hypochondria, Neuralgia, dull
ness, a general feeling of Uneasi
Bess, Languor, drowsiness, the
patient conscious of something
wrong in himself, and disposed
to see nothing right in things
about him, yet wholly unable
to explain tho cause of his sen
sationswith many others easily
detected by resemblances to
some one or other of tho above.
The Liver Pill will almost cer
tainly arrest tho disease if taken
upon the appearance of the abovo
symptoms, which if allowed to
take its course, becomes chronic
in its nature and almost incu
rable, producing great and con
stantly increasing suffering.
The use of this medicine will neither
create a new disease nor complicate on
existing one, but, in most cases, will
prepare the system for the more vigorous
remedies of the physician, should it be
necessary to call in his aid,
SELLERS' LIVER PELLS
3? i-i c c Cents.
From A. Cashing, Drnszist, S. Bend, Ind.
D. S. Owtr. Jq. Dear irZn reply to 3011
favor of the 13th instant, I would say that the sala
of Sellem Medicines has far exceeded my expecta
tion; and in no case hare they tailed to produce
the dcsireJ effect. The Couch Syrnp is a enre for
coughs, cold, ic and the cheapce&s of tho article
places it within the reach of aU, w hick, together
with its efficacious qualities, renders it a universal
favorite. Sot a day passes without numerous calls
for "the one thine needfnV at this season of the
year, viz. Sellers Cough Syrnp.
A. G. CUSIIING.
Prico SJ Cents.
From the Tier, S. Wakefield, former Pastor
or the Liberty Street M. U. Church.
Mr. IL. K. Sellebs It is from a sense of duty, as
well as with great pleasure, that I bear t-siimony to
the virtue ot yimr justly celebrated Vermifuge. I
procured a firntfc bottlo, and gave it to three of my
children, who had been III for several weeks. Tho
eldest was seven years old, the next four, and the
youngest eighteen uionihs. The first passed fifty
six worms, tho second forty-fercn, and the third
n considerable number, not distinctly recollected.
Since then they have been doluz welL and fire now
in good health. S, WAKHFIELD.
Price 25 Cents.
PREPARED AXD S03VD 15 T
R. E. SELLERS & CO.
Liver Complaint, Fever and Ague,&c.
Tin successful Introduction and nse of this cele
brated Kcmcdy has been the signal for a literal flood
of compounds called "Hitters," offered In various
forms, from a quart bottle to n live-gallon keg. until
this word uDittersw is but another name for "grog,
or some viHanous whiskey mixture.
Cut the really great relief derived from the minute
dose, one tcaspoonf ul, of oar medicine
BCERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTEES,
and the ertire alsencf cfttr jyrartrati'oit ls esta
blished fjrit a reputation vhich the hotof imitations
aud counterfeits haio failed to undermine. It Ispoel
tlvtly a vogutal.lo preparation, with barely sufficient
pure spirits to pren 0 it.
But one mm of tha genuine, (Half-Pint Bottles.)
price One Dollar.
It i3 a medicine of long-tried efficacy for Purifying
the Hood essential for tho foundation of good
health and for correcting disorders of tho stomach
Two or three devs will convinro the afflicted of Its
ealulary eflVcis. 7he stomach will speedily regain its
strength, a healthy action of tho liver, bowels nnd
kidneys will soon tabu place, and renewed health be
the qaick result.
For INDIGESTION, Try
Bffirhave's Holland Bitters.
For HE AUTB TJKIT, Try
Bccrhave's Holland Bitters.
For ACIDITY", Try
Bccrhave's Holland Bitters,
For "WATERBRASH, Try
Bffirhavc's Holland Bitters
For HEADACHE, Try
Boerhave's Holland Bitters
For LOSS OF APPETITE, Try
Bcerliave's Holland Bitters.
For COSTIVENESS, Try-
Bcerliave's Holland Bitters
For PILES, Try
Bcerliave's Holland Bitters
In all Nervous, Rheumatic, and Neuralgic Affec
tions, It has n numerous instnnces proved highly
beneficial, and In others effected a decided cure.
Rend Carefully I
The genuine, highly-concentratrd Ea3inivz's TToi
laitd Bittebs is put up in half pint bottles only, and
retailed at One Dollar per bottle. The great dcrannd
tor this truly celebrated medicine has Induced many
imitations, which tho public should guard against
Uncart of imposition I See Oial bur name is 6n (he
label of every bottle you Ivy.
Beiy. Page, Jr. &'Co.
Sold in Holmes county, by
Dr. J. K. RAIFF, Jlillcrsbtirg.
HALL i WILKS.Uolmesvillc,
V. BEKQER, Jliildletown.
JEREMIAH RUDY, Berlin,
FRED. LEBOLD, New Carlisle,
And merchants generally.
or houses coTTisra:--,
For the Fiscal Year cadia September 1, 1861, by T. E. BaMff,
To nmtrant Sinking Fund collected on Duplicate of
General Rerenne. "
" Common School Fond
' District School Library .
" Amount Keeeired for Pedlers' licen-o
Br State Treasurer's Scccipta and Co. Treasurer's mileage ..
Treasurers per cent on Pedlers licences and Auction duties .
To Amount in Treasurer's hands at settlement of Sept. 1 SCO. ......
Collected on Dup. of ief-0 including delinquent of 18j9
Transferred from Road fund .- . ,
' Land Appraistment fund
Refunded Countr from School House fund
" Received for fines. Jury fees, and from all other sources
County orders redeemed
treasurers per cent
Amount in Treasurer's hands at settlement of sept. 1FG0
" Transferred to County fund
To Amount In Treasurers hinds atsettlemont September, 1E00,
' Collected on Duplicato oflSOO
By Amount Bridse orders redeemed
To Amount in Treasurers hands at settlement of Soptembsr.JMO, '
" Collected on Duplicate of I6i)
Total .... ..
By Building orders Redeemed
To Amount Collected on Duplicate of 1800
By " Transferred to County fund
buperuisoM ltoaa uertitlcates Kedeemed
" Koad orders Redeemed
Rail Road Fund.
Amount in Treasurer's hands at settlement September, 1800.
. uollectcd on Duplicate ot iw
By Rail Road Compaeies Redeemed
Tuition School Fund.
To Amount Siate Common School Fund Received
1 section lo .......
" U. S. Military. " "
" Special School Fand Collected on Duplicate of xc6i)
By Tuition School orders Redeemed ......
Treasurers percent on Amounts irom section
To Amount Collected onDnplic.ito of 18C0
By " Township orders Redeemed '
To Amount Collected on Duplicato of 1800 .....
By " Poor orders Kedeemed
To Amount Collected on Duplicato of lc60
By " Corporation orders Kedeemed
To amcunt collcctod on Duplicate of I860
By " Sub-District orders redeemed
School House Fund.
To amount collected on Duplicate of I860 for Sub
By amount refunded County Fund
ocnoot iiouso orders redeemed
Toamount collected on Duplicate of 1600
By Cemetry orders redeemed
Counties Two Per Cent.
To amount in township hands at Settlement of September 1560
principal collected since scptcmocr
ir.tprnjt . '
By amount rcloancd
townsnip per cent,
To amount in township hands of Settlement of September ISS1
By uncrrent money allowd
To amount in Treasurer's hands at settlement of .Septembr 1S01
By orders redeemed
Tfinrl r Amount Amount 'Balance in
Jiinaol fund. Collected. Disbursed. Treasurer's
' D CM D CIM D CiM
State 25,60s) 66 0 25,608,66,0
County , 8,901 15 0 8,830 72 0 70 43 0
Land Appraisement, 55 55 3 55 55 3
Bridge 4387 28 5 3,669 82 0 C97 46 5
Building 4,603 43 4 275 76 0 4,327 67 4
Road 4,364i49 1 4,364'49 1
Rail Road 5,035 74 3 4,410 00 0 625 74 3
Tuition School 14,488 20 3 14,454 42 8 33 77 5
Township .... 2,390' 92 9 2,390 92 91
Poor, 1,984 18 4 1,984 18 4'
Corporation, 8G9 85 0 .869 65 01
Snb-District r 1,545; 70 1 1,545 70 l1
School House 1,724.51 4 1,724.51 4
Cemetry 59 26 7 59 26 7
Unclaimed costs 1,169 32 0 1,112:63 0 32'91 4
County's two per cent 68 91 4 3 6 00 0 56 64 0
Military,... 7 92 0 6 25 0 1 67 0
Total 77,265 111 8 71,418'80:7 -5,846 31 1
Expenditures of the
FOE WHAT PURP08E
Commissioners' Fees David Corn, .....
" John Butler.
' " Henry F. Pounds, . . . . .
. " '' Joseph Kimcrer, . .
Auditor's Fees U.F.Newton,' . . , . . .
Clerk of the Court's Fees Erastus Reecher,
Probate Jucge's Fees in State cases H. O. Saunders. ....
County Treasurer's fees allowed by Commissioners; T. B.Bniff, . ,
Jas. JIcFaddcn, .
Sheriff's fees in Stato cases; John French, .
D. Kodohaven. . . . . .
Prosccntins Attorney's fees L. R. Critchfield, . . . . .
School Examiner's fees Robert Justice,
W. II. Kins
" " Joseph Edgar, , . . i .
Township Treasurer's fees, .....it
Township Assessors' fees, ... i . . .
Township Clerk's hes for School Reports ...
Jussices and Constablos' fees in State cases, . ... . .
Witness fees in State cases, .......
Grand and Petit J uorors fees, .......
Constables fees attending Court, , . .... . ,;
Printer's foes J, A. &B. Estill, ......
" John Caskcy, . . . ; : . j
Cost of County Annual Board of Equalization, ; . . .
f llnrilinfr nml Wftshin!. Prlminnlq in nnnntv.T&il.
Cost of Semi-Annual Examination of Co. Treasurer
Cost of defending Pauper Crimirals, - -
Cost of Insanity 1 robate Judges lees i 11. U. banners,
" Sheriff's fees; John French. .- . , -
" " Hoarding. Washing, Ac; John French,' '. ' : "-:
" " Witness fees, - - , .-' j$ , -
Cost of I)rfting, Remembering and Rocofding Town Tlols'and Additions thereto.
Cost of Inquesti - -
Election lixponsos, ---...
Cost of Annual Statistical Rports. - - "
Cost of Temporary Relief of Poor; -
Agricultural Fund. ------
Rent for Proseouting Attorney's office, .
i;ostoi man jiouko una ofcaiionarr ir ruono oiuoos ana uouri. , . e, .
Cost of Freight and Express obargu on Sohool Library, Publio Uoo., Books Ss'at r,
. ."".V ,
nd Auction duties
D. ICIM D. CU
County Fund for the
Sept. 1, 1861.
C D. C
65 203 oS
00 15 62
S3 233 02
00 140 00
68 1,035 11
61 434 69
for the years 1859, 1860 and 1861,
- , .
Expenditures 1 CoMnFplMsiC011
rrrfi wrtAT ImtPbsE
Cost of Fuel and Light for Publio oBioM. Jail and Court, .
Cost of Furnitures and Repairs for Publio offices. Jail s Court
Oost of H. P. Wllic2's neir Map of Holmes county.- - '""
Taxes Refunded, u - - - -
Postage to Public' offices, -Incidental
Total Receipts County Fundi ;
Total Expenditures, - - - -
Reoeipts exceed Expenditures,
AroiTon's Office, Holmes Coustt; Ohio,)
Slillersburg, September 1, 1861., ' y,
I hereby certify that the foregoing statement is s correct exhibit, of the Receipts
and Bxpenditnres of said connty, for thd fiscal year ending' September 1, 1861, and
that the statement of the several funds as aforesaid for the purposes" therein men
tioned, are correct according to the Books of this office, and that the Eaine was ap
proved by the County Commissioners and by them ordered to bo published.
Gi F. JNEWTOtf,
Sept. 1, 1861. 32wS. Auditor Holmea Codnty, Ohio.
A NEW BROOM!
Just what was wanted has now
A NEW" WATCH & JEWELRY
The nndersicned respectfully announces to
Ihe Ladies and Gentlemen of Holmes County,
that' he has taken the room one door East of
S. R. Weirich's Hardware Store, and immedi
ately opposite the Empire House, which he hns
mid up in lip-iup oruei , uuu uucu uu ...
neatest show cases in Ohio, whieh ogain .nre
filled with the best aoodi and greatest variety ever
before brhught to Millersbnrg
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
nf ii.n lioet mnniifitiim in the world, ond at
uriees shal defy competition. My experience
..u t .Mni-onnlilr-i me to select
the very best, and buying ior ws.i .c,
think I have bought at prices that will enable
Sell Them Very Cheap.
lf Tnirnlnr lo eoToHarl mOTP TClth ATI CVB to
thn rnctnm of those -who TTant a ETOOQ Zttl-
cle than to sell great quantities.
CLOCKS OF YARI0US XJRW
Cif rUborato finbh. and excellent time teen
ers always kept on hand.
ir iiAPA i. Vimnrh nf bis bnsincssxrhcre
he expects to be particularly successful it is
this. All he asksis atrial.
ALL WORK WARRANTED!
n.,lA c;ir..c r,r,A Rfor.l fmmn ftnrctncles. suit
able for all eyes and all sexes.kept on band.
Sept. 19, 18G1. notf.
DRUGS & GROCERIES
For the Wholesale Trade.
WEIMER & STEINBACHER
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Drugs, Groceries, Foreign and Domestic
Wines and lipors,
Fire proof Warehouse,
1 . - ti , ii.-. r 1
on uk J. a. ana umu tiiwu,
Main Rt. A THIOX. O.
Store nd Office'south fW.of llnrtet gt. Sign of the
e iiaTe now m a wijc . .
n. ttti T r . . 9 rnw nnnrii nap
Irug's "ro-en" ' AjlUUI, tt.V w
been Vought with special attention to the Jobbing trade,
. .PAnni.4a nnnfinfiiirfrnm Imnortew. and Man
ufactures we can sell goods it wholesale as low as nny
other house in northern Ohio. We invite tho attention
if Merchants, tiro errs ana au ciuera m
rf.-nininw nnnt; tn rail Ami examine our stock before
P. S. Tarticnlar attention given to given to orders.
Jane" 6, lS61-n45
OAA BDLS 0F 0IlD BOURBON A.NU UIC JV lliaikl
JjJ In store, and for sale low.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FORTHE CELEHKATKU
Blue-Dead Whiatr, which we sell loiter than
anHouse in Ohio. WEIMER S: STEIXBAC1IEIC.
LICHT! LICHT! LIGHT!
WEIMER & STEINBACHER,
AKRON, OHIO, SELL
Merchants and all others will save money by ordering
SMOKING & CHEWING TOBACCO,
Sold at low wholesale rates.
WEIMER If STEINBACIIER.
A. ISTew Tiling!
STOP AND SEE WHAT IT IS!
FftAZlER fc GRAY,
RESPECTFULLY Inform the citLeos of Holmes
county penerallj, that ther hare opened a new
cabinet shop In the town of Mulershnrfr,' where the
design carrying on the business In all lit rarloos
FURNITURE FOR SALE.
They intend keeping at all times a graeral supply o(1
ready uaae lurmture, sncn as
Sofat, Bureau, Sociables, Tabter,.CIiairt of va
rious lands, ISeaditeads, Wash-Stands
and In fact everything ihat is usually found In a well
ordered establishment of the kind, and anything in
their line that they may not hare will be made to order
the shortest notice. .
They Intend keeping a HEAKSB 1 J i
make and dcllrer Coffins to any point desired, on ihprt
QIVE US A CALL
and see our goods bofore purchasing Shop
the brick building, formerly used for a school room,
immediately Eaat of th. public p1jER fc dluV
Aug. 20, 1801. i i
UNION TARIETF ENVELOPES.
Containing 6 sheet Commercial If ote Papo
6 Lheets Ladies Noto Paper,
6 Canary or Buff Envelopes,
6 Ladies' White Envelopes,
Each sheet of Paper and each Envelope has
printed on It some beantilul Union design.
Also Ond pieco of Fine Jewelry, val
ued from 25 els. to $3,00.
These Envelopcsnre put npirt a splendidly
executed engraved Portfolio Envelope, printed
assorted colors, tho most attractive thing of
the kind ever got tip, it is illustrated with three
fine Union designs. The articles are all good.
Price, 25 cents each.
tor Sale nf flj o6r Store.
VARIETY OF STYLES & PRICES.
FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE
Patronize your own Yards;
NEAR THE RAILROAD SANDING,
'HERE you .can get for Re&d Pay at re
duced prices all sorts of
Shingles and Plastering Laths,
MATCHED FLOORING k SlOlW,
Oak and Cedar Posts, BasH and doors, embra
bracing all the varietie nsnalfjr found in Lum
ber Yards elsewhere. 1
For Sash, Doors, Blinds, or any kind of Lum
ber that I may not have on hand attended to
Please give rat a call and see for yourselves.
The Army andNavy
COJJTAINING.tlieCalii, Signals, nd the eoarpjete
Camp and Garrison Duties, u practiced in the Ar
my and Nary of the United States, in both Volunteer and
Regular Serriee; c&ntaining the- Kationat Airaand! a
large collection of Marches. Quicksteps, Waltxes, Pofias,
4c, b EL143 HOWE. .Price CO eta.
FOR SAiE ailthe' 'BOOK STORE.
ANOTHER BATTLE WOlf .,
Holmes County is now the
Fiel&Tdf Battle. .,
THE old "way of selling- goods ori long credit
and charging long prices, and then adding
cost by sneiug customers is all done away with.
J. Cherryholmes,' -
Has just returned from thc.Eastern cities aad is
now reciring a splendid stock of
FALL & WINTER '
trhiche he is selling at Tery low figures for rea
dy pay, either id cash of
Those wishing bargains in Goods will do veil
nnd save money' by calling a Cherry holme be
fore purchasingas he is the only one, ia Holmes
county, who is selling goods for . jr
Ready Fay! -
He has the goods and prices to suit the times.
Remember Cerryholmepay the highest prices
for butter and eggs, either, in cash or goods at
cash prices. , , . .. . , .
ggjpiK) DOS sen. your ouuer avnu egg uaua
you see Cherry holmes. He.no time to stand
on the corners and streets to pitch into the; buck
ets and baskets. .Bring them to his store and
gcta fair price. J: GHEHETHOLMES.
GOOD NEWS AND NEW GOODS
Fall & Winter Gobife!
IS GETTING TO BE QUITE AN-IN
Always tip to the Hark;
W" HILST others are hesitating whether to go for
Xew Goods this fall. Koch's Corner ii opening
out their second stock of Fall and Winter Goods:
They do Sell Tlicra.
and the reason is plain to every buyer. The goods are
the best in the maiket and the pricesreasouablei
COM RIGHT ALONG!
as you have been doing for a few years past, no odds
whostanda upon the streets io coax you, elsewhere, or
to "-pitch into your bueLeta and baskets," no odds, who
offers to sell for -Eeady Pay." That humbne exploded
some time ago.
Go to Koch's Corner
"and see whether, they do not give you the highest
market-price lor your produce and goods that will bear
an acquaintance at home.
Remember (Bat Koch's Coraer
is the only place in Ifillersburg where hew. goods har
teen received the second time this fall, ancf really al
most the only place where any new ones hare been
received, at all this fall.
GO THERE FIRST..
and see their goods. AU ire ask Is an elimination of
oar goods and prices with those of other stores.
This will decide joa where to bj. We InTite the
THE partnership heretofore existing'hetweeii
S.TJ. Hopfman, H. WrMoss & H.lfoss;
kribMni as the firm of B.TCHbpTmin'l: Co., has
been this day dissolved. by muttisl consent; by
lI.,Sloss retiring from the firm.
The business -jwill be-continued as heretibra
bv the Remaining Partners, under ther firm of
ifopfman.i. lIoss.Trho are authorized to settle
the busiuessxif-S.-B; Hopfman t Co.
1 All notes aad accounts, belonging to-S. B.
Hopfman fc Co.. are left with Mathew Bering
ton, for collection, S. B. HOPFJTAN it Co.
Millersbnrg. O. Sept. 2, 1851.
Xovr is your time to buy. Having determin
ed to close out the balance of the stock of Cloth
ing of S. B. Hopfman & Co., we shall from to
day sell without Regard to cost. This is, the
best apportunity hrer offered in Millersburg to
Look at our prices look at onr stock and
if you xrant Clothing you cannot rail to"buy
Comb one come all and get great bargains.
United States Clothing Store,
Two doori West of the Court Heuet.
Sept. 2, 1881 Z. .
BERLIN SELECT SCHOOi!
For Males and Females.
IS an English and Clasttcal Select School," Haated is
Berlin, Holmes county, O. The second-terra, will
Monday, October 28th
and clow on Friday March Itst'wita a Taeatlms'Sf one
week dutlng tbe holidays. . . ... ( ,f 'f
Tuition for the whoio term of twenty weekly
Common Branches - - - " - $ 0,00
Higher Mathematics and Nat. Sciences - - s 00
Latin and Greek Languages - w 10,00
Instruction on the I'Uno at hepupirs expense.
The School will afford special advaatages to theaepre
paring to tevh. ' (
Good bearding can be obtained in srirat tririlies at
low rates. ,
StadenU can rent rooms and board theoittfr at
Tery small expense.
For further Information rantr" of
,,,.. J.'C.GIU.AM. rrludpal.
Aug. 15, SeTlin.HMmee e41y. O.