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Holmes County Republican,
ailLLERSBURG, 0 : : Oct. C, 1S70.
The following persons are authorized to act
as our agent for the Eefcblicix. All names
handed in for subscription, or advertisements
for the paper. Trill receiTe prompt attention:
F. I. EELXAP, Wooster, Ohio.
J. 1. SIIUXK, Wilmot, Start County, Ohio.
Copies of the Republican.
Copies of the Holmes CorxTr ErrrBiicix
can be had at the Xews Depot in wrappers, for
live cents a number.
On Thursday last a Moss Agate Sleeve
Button. The finder, by leaving it at
-this office, -will be liberally rewarded.
A large number of fat hogs passed
through town yesterday on their -way to
the cars. Holmes county is famous for
large fat hogs.
Communion service at the U. P.
Church on next Sabbath, at 11 o'clock
a. it. Service on Friday and Saturday
at 2 o'clock p. it. Oh Monday at 10
o'clock a.m. 3Ir. Gibson will be as
sisted by Eev. J. G. Madge, of Orrvile,
and Eev. Joseph Hutchinson, of 'Phila
The news depot has been transferred
from the Book Store to the Post Office
building. A. B. Smith will tike cliarge
oi it, ana will keep on hands all kinds
of Periodicals, Monthlies, Weeklies. &c.
&c. Orders left for magazines, papers,
clc, win receive prompt attention.
On "Wednesday night of last week a
horse was stolen from the stable of Dr.
ivclson, in Port Washington, Tusca
rawas county. The horse was traced as
far as to the Smyrna fair, but was there
lost and nothing further known of him.
The board walk running from the De
pot up town, is in a very dilapidated
condition, and should be repaired imme
diately. Quite a number of the board:
arc loose, so that there is great danger
oi Doing tripped up. We have seen sev
eral persons pitched head foremost into
the gutter. Hot long since a lady, with
a child in her arms was thrown to the
ground by a loose board. This should
be attended to immediately.
Lost His Hat.
A man by the name of 3Ioorc, livin'
in biircve, was going to Wooster on the
train. While riding along, his hat fell
out of the window. Xot wishing to
lose a four dollar hat he coolly jumps
from the train, and lands on his head in
the sand. With face considerablv
scratched, and beauty of countenance
marred, he proceeded on his way, ar
rived at Wooster, attended to business,!
auu xeiumea nome In good humor.
Change in Business.
week the White
Warehouse passed into new hands
Messrs. Fchrcnbach & Larimer coin'
out and 3Iessrs. George Eecd and John
V algamot going in. We hope the gen
tlemen retiring may be successful in
whatever they may engage in hereafter.
J? or the new firm, we wish a large and
profitable business. Mr. Beed is a ren.
tleman who will make himself popular
among the larmcrs. Wo predict for him
a good trade.
Mrs. E. Uhler whose place of business
is at the "Excelsior Corner," up stairs.
has just received a large and well se
lected stock of Millinery and Fancy
Goods. 3Irs. Uhler understands her
business thoroughly and knows just
What the people need and want. If vou
need anything in that line of business,
you would do well to call on her, as
you will be sure of being suited. She
has aEplendid assortment'of every thing
m mat line ol business.
Death of Rev. S. G. Dunlap.
Kev.S.G.Dunlap of the Presbyter
ian Church, at Orrville, diedon the
evening of the 3rd of typhoid pneu
monia. He was taken sick the first of
last week and sank rapidly until bis
ueath. Mr. Dunlap was a large and
warm hearted man. Those who were
the most intimately acquainted with
him were his best friends. HeTiasbeen
doing a great work in the Orrrille
church. During the protracted meet
ing held there last winter about seven
ty-five or eighty persons were brought
into the church. Asa preacher he was
eloquent, both in manner and matter.
Ilis loss will bo deeply felt.
Mr. James Brothers, of Fredericks
burg, that live and energetic agent of
the Russell Machinery, had on exhibi
tion at our Fair, one of his Mounted
Horse Powers, a Sell-Raking Reaper
ana Mower, Victor Grain Drill, and
Common Sense Cider and Wine Mill, all
of which attracted the attention of far
mers and mechanics generally. His ci
der and wine mill is better than any
tiling we have ever seen of the kind.
Two men can make twenty barrels of
ciucrinaday, and to run it by horse
injni, uuuuiu mat aniounL couiu oe
made. We understand that 3Ir. Broth-
f.r m!,,l c,-l i.: ,
" -"t.w ciw.i caitB Ui "latlllllUS UI I
tlillcrciit kinds during the Fair. "We
liave only room to say that the ma
chinery, for which Mr. Brothers is
agent, is alnong the best manufactured.
Last Tvcck was a husy one in Millers-
hnrg- On Tuesday the Fair opened, but
as usual on the first day of the Fair,
the attendance was small. On "Wednes
day, however, the people came from far
and near, until our streets were crowded.
The attendance on the Fair grounds was
much larger than was expected. Floral
Hall made a very respectful appearance,
yet not as much so as it should have
done, had the ladies taken a greater in
terest in it generally and contributed
more freely. The show of fruit was
good. "We have seldom looked upon a
liner lot of vegetables, yet there was not
as great a variety as there should have
been. "We have not the time to notice
in particular all the different depart
ments of the Floralllall, but suffice it to
say there were a great many very pretty
and useful tilings exhibited. The show
of Cattle and Hogs was rather good,
hut not larce. The different trottimr
matches, seemed to be the most inter-
cstlng part of the proceedings, to a
great many. ITary Burress took the
first purse of $125. Ed. Pocock the
purse of $80. For premiums awarded
wc refer our readers to the List pub
lished In this issue. On Thursday the
crowd was as great as on 'Wednesday.
Having raised enough to lay the dust on
in attendance compared with the other
u0uaj8,o ingcmeny to the weather,
ithavihg rained nearly all day. The sc"
netprocceds of the Fair amounted to
iivaii one inousanu dollars. I
Mr. Weston will be out with an
advertisement next week.
See new advertisement of Wholf,
Uhier & Co. They are doing a bi
J. E. Koch, jr. is out this week
with a new advertisement, of what he
can do. Give him a call.
We call attention to the new ad
vertisement of Weirich, Gaschc & Co.
A new pavement is now being
laid in front of Daily's Marble Shop.
This week Harpster, Rudy & Co.
announce to the citizens of Holmes and
adjoining counties, that they can sell
hardware cheap. We ask for them
Prof. J. M. Kicffer and lady have
been m town for a few days past.
The Northern Ohio Fair com
menced at Cleveland on Tuesday, and
will continue during the week.
A rumor prevails that a man was
robbed of $000 one night in a bridge
near Port Wasliington, in Tuscarawas
Take the Kepublicax and then
you will not be running into the Drug
Stores for butter and eggs, nor the
Hardware Stores for marriage licenses.
We hope our friends, when they
come to town would drop in and tell us
of the news of their respective neigh
borhoods. Don't think that somebodv
else ha3 told us, and that it is not neces
sary for you to come. By so doing you
help to make the paper more interest
The long wished for rain has come
at last, and just in the manner to suit
the occasion. Had it come in torrents as
it sometimes does it would have run off
without penetrating the ground. But
coming in that gentle way the earth
took it up as fast as it came.
Canton is now the largest city on
the Ft. Wayne Eoad between Pittsburg
and Chicago with the exception of Fort
-It is reported Uiat King William of
Prussia gets $1,000,000 salary yearly.
When you hear a minister say,
One word more and we will have done,"
you may be sure that he will finish in
side of half an hour.
-A young man named Ball was
severely injured, perhaps fatally, while
playing a game of Baso Ball at Newark
several days ago. The ball was struck
with great force, and hit him near the
ear. He fell as if shot, and bled nro-
fuscly. He was about 19 years of age,
and of excellent character.
Prof. fienro-e"R. Tit--T)-T) - nf tho
Theological Seminary of Yale Collc-e,
-inti-p.i;tfft,aTi i iTi .." I
and iditor of the "Theological Eclectic.-'
says of "Our Father's House:" Dr.
March, in this new book, has shown
great power of conception and expres
sion, which every intelligent reader will
recognize and enjoy.
Take Aycr's Sarsaparilla to purify
the blood and purge out the humors,
pimples, boils and sores which
merely emblems of the
iiiu muenisemcni oi m. bnoup
will appear in our next. 3Ir. S. has re
ceived a large stock of Stoves and Tin
ware. He makes a specialty of manu
:yv:". ... got
.mu puoiisncu tne account or the event
in a column parallel with a reprint of
When John Saxton, editor of the
Canton depository, the oldest paper in
Ohio, heard of the battle of Sedan, and
the account he wrote and published in
tho same paper of the surrender of Na
poleon at atcrloo in 1815. ne is the
only editor, probably, in the world, who
nas written of tho exit of both Na
polcons in the same paper.
Laying of Corner Stone.
On Tuesday of last week, the corner
stone of the New Court House in Mans-
field was laid with the ceremonies of -Articles
the Jlasonic Fraternity. A large num
ber of people were present and the ex
ercises were said to be imposing. Mans
field has long needed a court house.
accident occurred about fourmiles south
of Clyde, the particulars are these
Some parties were threshing in the barn
of the above farmer. Straw wound
around the tumbling rod, friction igni
ting the same, and In snite of all erer-
c learn from J . W. Payne that a sad This
tion, the fire.ranthrousdi. the-.machine I
up tho straw-carrier and into the stack, wish
thence to the barn. A child beimr in
the barn was burned to death. The ma
chine, one horse, and one thousand
bushels of wheat were consumed
Special Train on the C. Mt. V. & D. R.
R., for the Orrville Fair.
A special train will be run on the
C, 3It. V. & D. It. R., on Thursday and
riday, Oct. 13th, and 14th, 1S70, as fol
Leaves Millersburg 9:00 A.M.:
ITolmcsville 9:15A.M.; Frcdericksbunr
9:35 A. 31.; Apple Creek 10:00 A. M. r"
Arrive in Orrville 10 ;25 A.M. Return
ing leave Orrville at C :50 P. 31. Special
train going ITorth will leave at 5:20
31. and connect at Clinton with train tlle
forFnIrnn. TTnlf.fnm t,M.-t r!,,i
nil fr-iino In nil -ii-l.n 1. i...m
. " uiciu n
attiieomces. 'ull fare if paid on train. p'"".-
Accident on the Panhandle--Two Men
n losf CnfniHl.iT v.nwt.. nl.n.,l 1 n
uj ui u o
4l. xi, ur . , , - . .
trains on the Pan Handle road, collided
about eight or ten miles west of Stubcn-
villc. Both trains were completely
wrecked, and Robert Hincs, conductor,
t . Arthur engineer of the East
bound tram, were both killed. The lire-
man, whose name we did not learn, when
jumped oil ana Had lus arm broken. The
accident was occasioned by the failure
the telegraph operator to deliver a
message to one of the conductors.
The Lunsford Murder.
The trial of AnsilL. Robinson for the
murder of Mrs. Mary Jane Lunsford, in
Mansfield, in March last, commenced
the 2Cth ult., in the Conrt of Com
mon Pleas, Judge Geddcs presiding. aly
uuiciuus anu auie sounsei nave under
taken the defence; Burns & Dickey,
Matson & Dirlam, Carpenter & Gass.
The prosecution is conducted by A.
Stevenson, Prosecuting Attorney, assis
ted by Judge Sample of Xewark, and
JIes?rs. May, Cowcn, and Jenner. At
opening of the Court, the room was
densely crowded, and the most intense
nlcrest PrcvailC(l burins the day. Kob-
"SOn,'t0. aPPrance, SCcmed to be
least micrcsteu person present.
Quite a number of witnesses have been
examined, but nothing very definite has
been brought out.
A desirable propcrtv. situated near rRY
irHlllfWI. Allll nkMf Ann ... tl .1. I
SnP.nnpr'ii AIH1 nhntit- ivn Tnllna
west from Millersburg, containing three yost
trance. The present owner wUhcs to lot
Tn amount of not being able to work The
iipvtJv- SrViV?,- .
The Tuscarawas Advocate has the following:
Farmers in this section will do well to
heed the warning given them by the operations
of horse thieves in other localities
and protect themselves against their
games. The following ruse has been
practised in many places. Four men
have been driving quite a profitable
trade in horse flesh throughout this
State. Two of them go in advance with
a horse and buscv. sell the horse, pur
chase a less costlv one, and start for the
next town. On the following daythe
other two arrive in hot haste, inquire
v. .1.. .I... t.. iv i .i. ..I
. . i.- -i.: i. -J
ti.iVa ,in Pinr nf thn
and start off to practice "the same swin
From the earliest ages oleaginous
substances from their penetratins and
mollifying effects have been considered
especially valuable in healing those ob
scure diseases, which result from a clo-
gingof the ducts and passages. In for
mer times these oils were procured with
infinite trouble from the most disgusting
materials, but science of a more modern
date has discovered superior qualities in
the oily secretions of more pleasant sub-
stances. The crowning glory of this
effort of scientific men was the Discov-
ery of Dr. Ingraham's Macedonian Oil,
which from its almost miraculous effi-
ciency in the immediate cure of Deaf-
ness, Catarrh, Bronchitis and Bheuma-
tism, has been truthfullv stvled the me-I
dical wonder of the nineteentli century.
it was onginauv prepared lor private
practice only, but its own transcendent
merits have forced it upon the
public, and it probably now stands the
thoroughly vouched for and recom-
mended curative agent upon this or any
continent. Davenport, Iowa, Don-
Serious Accident to a Child.
A lamentable and serious accident oc
curred at noon, in Wooster, on last Sat
urday, at the warehouse of Mr. Itam
seycr, in which Nannie, aged 12 years,
daughter of Josenh Ulrich. had her foot
crushed in the most frightful manner, I
ucuesMuiiiiig luupuuiuou. i
It appears, that she" with several other I
little girls were playing about the ware-
hOUSe, and finally COt into the nartl
where the horse-nower w.n nt. wnrl-
when Xannie got on itforaride. No
givnujjcisuu ndauicic. j.iie piatiurm
upon which she sat is about a foot high,
so that her feet dangled to the ground.
She was carried around but a few mo-
ments, when her left foot, at the instep,
caught in a cog wheel under the plat-
form, and close to the floor, stopping the
horse, throwing her to the ground, cut-
lng and crushing the foot and ankle
ll0rribly-. ?er shrieks of agony and
brought assistance, and she was carried
to Lake & Jones' store, where Dr. T. II.
Baker gave immediate attention to the
8"fferer lvh in a short time was
Fimstnno Tvrfr.rmi fbo
takinffofftho manirledfoot and ankle
aboUt V10 mid?1! 0t AhcaIf- Xo blame'
wo understand, Is attached to anyone
r.nnnpr.fnrw-iti, , -ni,M
Two prisoners in the Canfield i.iil. in.
dieted for burglary, planned an escape
last Sunday night, 18th inst. With bed
stead rails used as levers, they forced
their cell doors, irivinsr them access to
the main hall. Armed with clubs and
ground pepper, they gave the signal for
water, snenn xownsend answered
their call, and as he nnpnpd ihn pnt i-
uoor, ne was strucK with a club, and had
eyes blinded with the pepper. Not
withstanding this severe and unexpected
assault; he grasped and struggled with
prisoners, assisted bv Mrs. Town-
send, who endeavored to capture one of
men as ne escaped to an upper room.
But he was too quick for her, and be
fore sho could brins a revolver to bear
him, he jumped from awindowtothe
ground, a distance of twentv feet, and
away. The Sheriff held his 'mnn. S.
however, and now he is lying in his cell, J.
wearing bracelets on his wrists, morel "
strongman Deautnui. tsalem Republican.
Eveby Saturday for October 8 is -
culiarly rich in both Pictorial and Lit
attractions. It contains, from ad
sheets, a spirited Ode on the Proe-
Iamation of the French Republic, by A.
Swinburne: an excellent storr enlleil
"The Dominie's Sons;" able Editorial
on the European War, and oth-
choice miscellaneous reading. A two-
ouppiement accompanies tnis num
ber of Every Saturday, containing- a re
markably good original Map of Paris,
which indicates a hundred and fiftv of
most interestinsr leatures of the citv I Wm
the principal Avenues, Churches, Pal-
itanway stations, lindees. etc.
Map is j ust now of the greasest in
terest and it is so large and so carefullv !
exeeutea as 10 oe oi permanent value.
The Inteeiok, Is a first-class Eeliei-
paper published by the Western
Presbyterian Publishing Co., in Chicago.
is a laise eicht rased naper. abound-1
in tvhnlp-snmfi rplio-inimroartinfr find I
interesting general news. To those-who
a S00" religious paper (and who
fe?not) we ,vould recommend the - L,
, ,r .....
PrmfAM's Masrazme for October fullvl
11ms,.ij,uu ui kuuup-
monthly. This magazine is about
De COnKnllfl.lt.pil with Sprlhripi-'c I
Monthly, and will hereafter bear the
111 rnnr m fifTfiyino r ni rm i
It is published at the corner of it-.
T'enty-third street and Fourth Avenue,
by Dr. J. G. Holland, better
ikuunuus Aiuiuuij-jutcomo, anu wiiine
luuauaieu. xiiu nrL Hum-
111 uc issuea uuout. ine lotn OI uc-
T'enty-third street and Fourth Avenue,
lorlv- -fnce ?J.uo per annum.
On Monday evening, the 26th ult.
-klyna Band serenaded Hon.
James Monroe at tlm Hpehp. TTouba John
where he was stonnino- fnr tbP nio-bt
.. . -- , V. -- o-"-
"'s ui niuuua aim
.luimicrs ol me jrroiessor assemDiea
called on U!m for a speech.
tendered him, anil very feeling- re
ferred to past associations between
himself and many warm friends in
Elyria, and closed without discuss
political matters. Three rous-
the Professor anil tho nmlipnr-r.
appeared on the balcony of the
and expressed his thanks to
present for the comnlimcnt
i . . . I
cheers were then given for him
the Band gave another tune,
men to lift.
There is a man living in Calhoun
3Iiss., who is supposed to
more strength than any three come
m tne State. He is thirty-live
ot age, weighs 225 pounds,
v,uu nuin. tnu uuuurcu varus 1
a bar of railroad iron that takes
combined strength of five ordin-
ay unmunir iuc leucr "s in a
document an English nttnrnnv
inflicted a loss on his client of
$150,000. It was brought to his
attention, he saw his blunder, and,
without any words, sat down and
his check for the full amount.
a man doesn't lose clients, if
does make a mistake.
MARRIED In M!lliri!,. n,oi,i. ....
Elder W. J. bhani. Mr. M Al'tTIV KIM KTtui!
liss SUSAN SNYDER, of
On September Mlh. In ihn Tj,fhan,nTn..
in Millcrsburif, by Kct. Isaac Color,
'''JaAI. LKMMON to Mils 8ARAI1 1L
" of ""9 c"""r-
On I lit 90Ml .1 n v nt .,w.
f id & "."sar ahuagon':' U' J11
of cake and win from the Bridal Feast.
happy pair hare our rood wishes forth.ir
uappmcss and prosperity. May their
AWARDED BY THE
Holmes County Agricultural Society.
THEIR FAIR HELD AT
Millersburg, O., September 27th,
28th, 29th and 30th, 1870.
TT, , . ...... ,!
AIT UM.irlight draught;
ium v.!. . v.
Alf Unl, pair match
horses, 2d premium
Alf Uhi, 1 Chester white sow, 1st
Wm. H. Saunders, picture frame,
A. J. Shepler, display of cards, 1st
B. Harrison, bushel sweet pota
toes, 1st premium
B. Harrison, 51bs dried apples, 1st
B. Harrison, 51 bs dried pears, 1st
Mrs. Caroline Donaldson, 1 roll
butter, 1st premium
jfrs. Dimmock, 2 framed pictures,
Mr, o. fjriffin tinwtn niM.-i ict
Mrs. G. Griffin, sweet pepper, 1st
John McKelory, largest kershaw
ennnaboc. "let. Tirpm
John McKelory, largest pumpkin.
Georo-e Schnnrr. lmhhnnl snnnsh.
Armstrong Wolgamot, 3 best cab
most bage heads,
Armstrong Wolgamot, best one
other lmlf hit. nnt
American Sewinir Machine, with
button hole attachment 1st
Wm. Uhl, best y, bu. corn
Wm.XJhl, draught mare, 4 years
and upward, 1st prem.
Mrs. Mary McKee, brat verbena
" " " " rose gera
1 00 1
Mrs. W. P. Ledbetter, bottled fruit
hts, M&Ty .Morgan, fancy quilt
Mrs- Jimpi irr ln mot
Mrs. Lizzie Corbus, pin cushion
A. V.. Wpnnm. cpurlno-mnchino
sif mi m!.m.
Wm. Ku'dy, pair brahmas
- DiacK Spanish
" " " ducks
Alva Walk-up, trio of dorkings
S. It. Weirich, buck 2 yrs. old and
S. E. Weirich. buck lamb
George Wcigand, patch quilt
1 00 of
1 00 1
Hfnrv. W linn7rl
n. Eos?, pair draught mares
" " 2 year old stallion
14 bu. apples
" " bu. peaches
Mrs. Akeret, best boquet of mixed
Mrs. Akeret, best boquet- of ver
benas Mrs. Akeret, best variety of roses
" " " petunia
" " variety of
Mrs. Akeret, best specimen of
Miss Maria Cook, best specimen
Miss Maria Cook, best specimen
Miss Maria Cook, best wax fruit
BoseWheaton,10yds plaid flannel
" " cling peaches
" " tomatoes
Mrs. Mitchell, cotten chair tidy
" " box of honey
" " gallon peach butter
" " tomato butter
" " KDU- dried sweet
MissS. B. Weirich, embroidered
Mrs. Happer, best specimen shell
Mrs. Happer, best specimen fancy
James Brothers, best horse power
3Iiss P. Hall, best wreath
" " " amaranths
" " " " mammoth squash
Miss Lydia Saunders, mommoth
Miss Lydia Saunders, green hang
Lydia Saunders, fig plant
" " " loaf bread
Miss Alice Eeed, jelly cake
Miss Doty, stool cover
Mrs. Gibson, cake tidy
Mrs. J. Bice, specimen wax flowers 1 00
Miss" Caddie Shattuck, wax -wreath
. l.oi-ir, mi-;
y du. onions
Vfm. Anderson, variety of apples
" " " grapes
" " ix.-ck
Wm. Anderson, variety potatoes
" J bu. shaker russet
1 00 2tf
1 00 1
4 bu. white wheat
bu. red wheat
" . M hu. sweet corn
James Uhl, 2d best buck, under 2
James Uhl, best pen of fat sheep
Martin Bird, 2d best pen of ewes
David Wolgamot, 2d best riding
4 years old and over
A.i,;hi.i ttm 9....
Butler Armstrong, one 3 years old
li. nj .1
Daniel Garmire, 2 buggy draught
i t - i .
murns. vpnrs n ri nnn unwom t iiii
Ttnrr let nrnmiiini r
Hart) draught horse, 2d
premium 2 00
Hart, Matched horses, first
nremium 1 fVl
Robert French, 1st purse in $40
double team trot 30 00
olgamot, 2d purse in $40
. double team trot 10 00
Kobert French, 1st purse in $20
purse 15 qq
Hostetler, 2d purse in $20 purse 5 00
JiiiiiersDurg excelsior jnower and
Harry Burress, 1st premium in
Pocock, 2d purse in $125 purse 25 00
za purse in $su purse 20 00
Wl UU W
Reaper, first premium 4 00
Incidental expenses for printing,
watchman, police force, Ac.. $125.50
or nrnAMila frntri oil enn
Xet proceeds from all sources $007.05
Long Branch belles arc of the
opinion that there is something
wrong aoout tne quotation thaf'JSlan
proposes and Hod disposes." Thej-
that man has proved a fraud in
way of proposing, this season,
A Springfield, HI., exchange tells
story of a forlorn local preacher
that district whose aggregate m-
from all sources last year only
footed un one currvcomb. a kio- of
varnish, and two dozen clothes-pins.
The valuation of Boston is $569,-
827,300. Her population is 253,323,
proportion which would give to
soul more than sa.uii ).
OTlfia.Tl C-rl fl HRWflrP !
RETAILING AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
MUST BE SOLD !
War in Europe nothing to do with it.
At the BOOK STORE.
J. & G. ADAMS,
a Coneral Banking, Discount and
SELL REV- -Itf
OFFICE IX T. B RAIFF'S milNFll
CORRECTED BY H. & B. HERZER.
General Produce and Commission Merchants.
OCTOBER 5, 1870.
FLOUK, i bbL. Ketail.
wheat. So. 1, H bush.
WHEAT. Xo. S. lied. bmh
CORN, per bush (new) -RYE,
" - -BA1SLEY,
u.via, new. p uun.
CLOVER SEED. i bush
TIMOTHY SEED, " .
WHITE 11EAXS. "
11A1, p ton,
BITTER, (in roll) W lb.
v, 1 1 1 . i ..r
nitiEn aVpi.es. v Hi.
DRIED PEACHK, V. lb.,
PARED PEACHES, - -
Ilk-V . r . lu,
FEATHERS. 111. -
SALT, t bbl. retail, -WOOI,
- 1 Ui
- 4 00
1 50(31 To
3 50S4 U)
WOOD, per cord.
Wheat has again declined to ourquotations.
We look for it to land at $1.00, and remain
steady. In fact other markets do not justify
over that anywhere. Corn is also lower anil
will go to 50 cents. Clover seed is still on tho
CLEVELAND MONEY MARKET.
TUESDAY, Oct. 5.
The demand for monoy is fair but not press
ing, and the market fotCnrreccv isstcady and
moderately comfortable. Eastern Exchange is
in rather better supply but there is no surplus
and the market is linn.
The following are tho closing rates of Specie
and Government Securities in this market:
Silver large 10T
Silver small 10!
Sixes of 18S1, coupons US'i
Five-Twenties (186-2) coupons 112'f
Five-Twenties (1861) coupons 111
Five-Twenties (1863) coupons illy
riiviircuim coupons ill!
Five-Twenties (ismi coupons 110,"
ive-iwenues tiowsj coupons Jiujf
Ten-Forties ex. in. coupons 10G
TUESDAY, Oct. 5. 1870.
FLOUB. The market is steady and firm.
We inote' as follows: White XX, 6,75ffi7.00
jioi -v.v, Amoer A.V, Ki5(sGJ0.
WHEAT. Fair demand, and lc better; sales
CORX-4juiet, but 2c better; So. 1 mixed 71c;
OATS In moderate reanest and went- Vn. 1 I
State sold in a small way at 4213c, most hold-
KYE-The market is quiet and unchanged;
BARLEY The market nominal. t.inni
301 10 for Sxxl to choice State, Western I
LABD Steady and unchanged, but firm; I
a.uuivf.1' jiAXS juamet steadr and firm.
At0 .u.. 1 . I
22c; do. Shoulders at 16e: uncanvassed 15).'c;l
(X)iiaconl7c;l)netli;eef20c. Beef. Tongue tb.50
jju ixiiit lae market is steady and prices I
aic uiiiiuucu, iiiuic iu ciiuico estern ite
serve is in demand at 252Gc; extra nice do. in
small packages 2930c; inferior and common
raiurcs i assoc.
CHEESE The market is steady and firm;
Factory held at 13KHc
EGG& Firm and unchanged, at 25c by the
barrel; 20c in small packages and couutcd out.
POTATOES Moderate demand ; held G370c
from teams; 7580cfor car lots on track; to
siuau iuu injui siorc.
NEW YORK MARKET.
shipping grades scarce and steady. Wheat,
demand fair and the market Srm; old No.
spring Chicago 1 0S1 14; No. 1 spring Chi
cago, new, t 29(21 SO: winter red and amber
western 1 121 S3. Bye dnU but unchanged.
Oats quiet and unchanged. Corn dull and
prices are nominal; mixed Sc. Petroleum, the
ucuiauu is kwu at iuii prices, i ore, nun and i
rices uncnangcu. ueer drooping. Bulkmeats
ull. Bacon dull, and prices are nominal.
ljaru uun out unchanged; good at 15
C. BROWS, t
lw. m. omsox.
LONG, BROWN & CO.,
Millersburg, - - - Ohio.
B" Dealers in Exchange and Coin, Bills I
uicuumeu, anu collections maae at an nc- l
ccssiimu points. HI
W. !F. SHARP,
RETAIL DEALER IX
GROCERIES & ITOTIOUS,
J.. .-. " --- I
insnrance company, oi iew lort. itf
Groceries aci Provisions,
Wines, Liquors, &c.
Corner of Main t South Clay Streets,
street, Millersburg, O.
HEBZER. BALDWIX HEBZEB.
H. & B. HEBZEB,
Produce and Commission Merchants,
Flour, Crain and Mill Stuffs,
WHITE & WATER
And Turcliaser of
WOOL, DRIED FRUIT,
BUTTER, EGGS, AG
be supplied with QUESTION I
BOOKS at the publisher's prices. We
keen on hand a larire lotof smnll. chpnn I
Testaments, suitable for sabbath School schol- I
Ssfts te?RS.ffiJ!.!i.ftf "ssiff maH P
BOOK STOKE, Millersburg.
Pehrenljach & Larimer,
Tvnr;-g rrrr a Tyrma
Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats, Seeds,
Butter, Eggs, Lard, Tallow,
Dried Fruits, &c, &c.
Fish, Plaster, mite & ITater ZimcA
End Main Street, 3IILLERS11URG, O.
Lw, M k Sale Site,
of Adams and Mad Anthony
ITTAVINQ a good stock of Horses Mih-
uai nmi lasuionanic i .-image-
I mu nnv.
to accommoilatu the public at all times
reasonable rates, with
8QyStalls and Feed always ready for Hor
ses. Suncrlntfrnfllno- mv liut.inr in twrutn wn.l
the best of employees. I ntn iir.-n,ireil
aun tane tne nesi oi care of Horses en-1
10 my ennrge, m reasonable rates.
New and desirable patcrns In both.
received at tho
New Fail Goods
lias bought at the best time, a full line of
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
HATS ATJTJ CAPS
KNIT GOODS AND TAItXS,
Qiiecnsware & Groceries,
Which he offers for
Cask and Trade :
AT SMALL rilOFITS.
Hcase call and examine. I flattermyself that
I can offer you the cheapest stock ofgoods ever
I also pay as good a price for produce, in cash
vt uiiui, as me marKCE will allow.
llf E. NECELSPACH.
A. J). WOMK,
DEALER iu Wheat and Tiyo Bread, Cakes,
Tics and Candies. A full assortment
uiwenw kept constantly on nana.
LUNCHES served at all hours ofllm ,lt-
WELL SELECTED STOCK.
J, & C, SCHULER,
One door West of Slayer's Store.
Coffee, Provisions, Sugars, Teas,
Tobacco, Cigars, Spices, Can
dies, Fruits, Nuts, Wooden
Ware, Fish, Flour Salt,
Feed, Candles, Car
bon Oil, Lamps,
HigMest Market Price
paid for all kinds or
Feb.M.'TOtr. C& 3. SCHULER.
H 0 T 0 G R A P H I C !
J. M. ArrLETOx.
Courtney & Appleton,
take pleasure in saying to the citizens I
of Holmes and adjoining counties, that I
arc still in tho Photograph Jlusines at our
sianu, reauy 10 wan on onr om customers
as many more as will favor us with acalL
XETIJ3R JPICTUltES !
than can be made elsewhere in the countr.
negative are retouched by an artistic
nich cannot be excelled in the county,
We make the beautiful and fashionable
REMBRANDT," or Shadow
Which Is so much admired by all.
work Is execuicd in tho hcdict stj lc of
i'iciun9 oi an sizes mauc in ine nest I
t all and exaniino our spe-1
Pictures Copied and Enlarged to Any
iize,ana uoinrea in Uil, India ink
or Water Colors.
3?ictxue Frames I
all sizes and descriptions, for sale at small
do not make cheapness a specialty, but
keep n FIltST-CI.ASS GALLERV and
hiimi-i,i..!5- IVOUK, so you will do
hi cnii-neiiiro pitinjr eiewnere, anil wc
guarantee you u ill nut ko u ay dissatilIed.
WE HAKE THE
JBQy"Call and sec us.
West or Commercial Illock, Main St.,
COUllTXEV A AIH'LETON.
numbers, stjles, .tcconstantly on hand.
Intend lo make this branch of onr bus-
specialty, and If keeping up with tho
will insure success, we w 111 win it.
llcnts will always llnd on our sbclicstho
aim uesi siyio ot collars.
At tho HOOK STOIC K.
Millcrsburif, Auif. IS, 10. lm-J
! steam Mill Store!,
Ho! For Paint Yalley!
WE would respectfully announce to the cit
izens of this vicinity, that we are receiv-
lug siucimiu assortment oi
Which we will offer for sale at the lowest ihm-
slble cash prices. We can and we will sell
kwu at lower ugnre man can be sold el-so-1
where in the county, forthc simple reason that
we haTO no high rents, to pay, corporation
taxes, clerk hire and other such
as full upon merchants doing business In large
towns, wo will sell
I Best Standard Prints for 12 centi
As good Bleached Shirting for' 8 cents a yard
9 noaviMaviHiuiuo VUUU1Y lor CCUIS.
3Ien's Coarse Boots for $3,50.
We have a full line of
Boots, Shoes and Gafters,
I Which we ask yon to call and examine before
I iuxcnasing ciscwnere.,
Also a nice stock of mitxintiv fiftom'
I irni.h iva iCII rn1l
4-4 Stark A Shcctino hv thn TinlK nr. 1J -r-rti'ta
CLOTIIIXG, Cheap for
READY - MADE
JOHN SPENCER 4 SONS.
ramn alley, O, Sept. 5tf.
, AMEBIC A2T
TV o.o ster, O.
T, P. BAUMGARDNER,
"PJVITES special attention to the largest and
I Of the very best manufactures .in tho United
Mates, ana arc
Accordeons, Violins, Guitars,
. ALSO THE BEST
Italian Strings, Sheet Music, etc.
Kept for sale atrery low rates.
Pianos, Organs, Melodeons and Accordeons
REPAIRED & TUNED
In the most snbstantial manner.
JgBe sure anil give me a call. 4 .
At the Corner Store, American Building, I
li oosier, unto.
i'f T. P. BAUMCARDNER-
A RE rccoivinj? direct from the manufactory.
. a very large stock of
Whlch we are offering at unusually LOW.
uur uoous arc nu 01 mc ucst miamy.
Wc WtirrantAlli bfi, Ouri'Harid
Men's Boots, all prices.
Boys' Boots, $2.50 to $4.50.
Youth's Boots, $1.50 to $2.00.,
Women's Calf Shoes, $2 to $31
Misses Shoes, all prices.
Children's Shoes, 25c. to $1.
Women's Gaiters, 50c. to $3.'
WE ARE SELLING
aml Mill sell tlicui.
We have a larpelot
Sole Gate at Low-Prices,
Prom 30 to 35 Cents.
Shoc Jlaker's Tools ami Findings
at Prices far Jlelow Old Prices.
Onrsftirk U Hill nml i-mmilote. &11 of tlio best
quality or goods, ImuRht for cah from first
hands and we arc determined to sell at such
prices, so as to make, tuo Hoot, Mioo and
irauc rxulto llely.
UK.MEJIIlElt TUB 1'I.AUE,
the Red Front Root and Shoe
Store and at the Express Office.
S.H. eilERRYHOLAlES &Co.
llinerburjr, 0.,Scit.l'!, lkW. 4tr
Tlie Old & Reliable
DRY GOODS HOUSE
IS JUST RECEIVING
Large- and Well
: ' . .in- '
Boots &'' Sii6es,
. -II'- ..,-" "' ' '
: j- i . " '
SATS, CAPS FTJItg.
TTOTT can yon finish yonr toilet for an even-
.i- iogcaai among mo i; air unesTviuioue a
That Indispensable article of dress. It Is ofl
Sl'ECIA L SERVICE, ir the evening has "flown
on ancel wines," ami the hours bcein to count
among me oaiaxo. x iuuiua
A NICE WATCH, that von will not lie
asnanieu to snow, can uo Dongnt i
Every One Warranted !
The Farmer, Jlcchanlc aijgilonsewife, can get
Serviceable- Kmekeepers !
TO StnT'TIIEM.-ln appearance or quality.
It is not necessary to. invite pnOFESSIOX-
AL GKXTLEMEX. for thev all know whew
FRET'S M'OKK U, ,and wd are nroud to sav
we receive a liberal share of their patronacrc.
MADE A SPECIALTY.
The monoj jvill bo TefumlQil if ,we fall to give
Eineriiinre ami arminintjinrp with mmn.
factories irivo a suivinl nilr.int.iLi. with
which we mean to'
Benefit Our Customers.
ifffZe-' F urn telling
A specialty in Ladies' White Goods.
A fine assortmentof the latest stylo Hats,
Fronoh Wove Skeleton and Eugene Corsets.
Hair Oils and Perfumery a good, assortment.
.V nlcp soliH-flmi ,f faille '
AlsoaAill snnulr of Jim-rlrv-
olc Rcent for tho cclcbrntetl Clark's Sterlinei
Thread. A smtol cabiuct sica nilheaclil
A larirc lot of Janan Switches. Stamped
fiHxl, llralds, imbnildery, Cottons; Silks, ic, I-""
THK CHEAPEST AND BEST,
lni-1 At tha COOK ST011E
A NICE ASSORTMENT OF
OF THE BEST
AMERICAN MARBLE !
ALWAYS OX HAND, AND AT
15 PER CENT. LESS !
Than the same can be bought of any travclin g
CS"" Materials Warranted Xo.l..S2
f" . CP. DAILY.
Great Attraction !
NOW. IS THE TIME
To Save Money.
S. MARX & BRO..
fil i "I " M r4l. I
OlObUlUff ObOrS '
O w -
(Ilarejost received a largestnck of
Pall and Winter
Tnich they offer at
rJEBY ZOW JPXICJES .'
JUST TIIETLACE TO GET
GOOD &00DS CHEAP!
Yon will find a full assortment of
Hats and Caps,
Cents' Furnishing Coods,
Satchels, Umbrellas, &c.
forget the place Two Poors Wet of the
S. MARX &. BRO.
lillcrsburs, Sept. 1370.
OULD respectfully announce to the La-
I uit-s m -uiiirruurr win ,it:iu.,,, iuat
is now opening a fresh stock of
Fall Goods !
iW STYLES OF HATS,
Ribbons, Hair Nets,
Ladies and Children's Hose
Throad and Laces,
.ToTTrol VTT SlpPTTP "RllfrmC &r
wJr ' - -v
Shirt buttons. Star. Soutsah and other
Krabrolderin&JUrulds in rcat Tariety, all of
Also, a large assortment of
Extremely Low Prices.