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From the Canton Republican. FROM PHILLIPPI. "Honor to to whom Honor is due"—Statement of a Canton Boy. PHILLIPPI, June 5, 1881. , Dxar Eatheh. To day we got a eight at some Eastern papers; Lna were surprised tn learn that other reefmenUTliave received " the.bonors for. tio ftchievemebU of the cal-i Jeat i4inuoio, mi.j, recount tue. part we of thVl'4tb took in tho successful military oratioDs in 'Western Virginia, you can rei&iiyTancy how, painfully the unfairand partial reports effect us. In my last I advised you of our arrival at Parkersburg., Tlie banner of the Toledo Guards, of which I was a member, was the first banner planted on the sou of North Western Virginia by Western troops. ilere we remained over nigut, awaiting me arriTarof the 21sl Ohio Kegiment. As it did not ccme,' however, on Tuesday four companies of ourregiment took the cars and proceeded some 20 miles, where wo found that -the evening previous the bridge had been burned down. This bridge was over a hundred feet in length and almost as many over the stream below overSwbich it passes. Of course we remained there over nicbt. In the morning, twenty men were selected from each of tbo four companies, myself among this number to advance, whilst the rest remained behind to build a new bridge. The bridge was built by them in less than 16 hours. The eighty men chosen to advance, meanwhile, marched on foot that day,, in 8. hours, about 30 or 35 miles until we reached the nest burnt bridge. Here some 12 of us. chosen by the Cap tain left on a special mission. We took some handcars and went forward, and un der the very noses of the rebels, took pos session of several engines' and all the cars on the war. and returned with them to the bridge by day-break, Meanwhile, those re maining behind had dragged to the spot, with the aid of some truck cars, sufficient iaber to construct a new bridge. At day break, on Thursday, Company U, after marching all night, reached us, swelling our number to 190 men, aud together we look a train and advanced withiu a few miles of the enemy, where we encamped with the same assurance as if we were double their number. Of course we immediately prepar ed for an attack. Weseized aa old cannon in the rilliage and encamped on a very high hill fortifying our position as inucb as pos sible. At 10 o'clock P. M. we formed our lines. I had cbarga of the cannon, for which wo cast balls and cut lead to be used as grape. The boys were very enthusiastic and free from all fear. I heard many iu the rear ranks beg of those in front to change places with them. But the rebels.did not come. Our audacity disconcerted them, and, it seems they feaied that we were supported and were about to entrap them. . In the 'meantime three companies of the regiment were constructing the second bridge, and the balance of the regiment was still at Parkcrsburg. However, the next morning tho three companies arrived and the night .following the balance of the regi ment reached .us also, bringing with them two pieces of artillery. So, on Saturday morning we 'prepared to attack the enemy; but, although double our number, they re treated to J?hiilippi. On the same day, the lClh Ohio aud two Indiana regiment arrived' in Grafton. This spoilt.our intended fun. Col. Stead man received orders from bis superior offiV ccr.' Tbo two Ohio, one Iudiana and the Virginia regiment were to surround the en emy. Companies enough of these regiments to make about 2500 or 3000 men marched on Sunday night by different routes upon Phif lippi, to surround the rebels by four o'clock on Monday morning. In the published ac counts of the affair, the Indiana and Vir ginia regiments get all the credit for what was achieved, and the 14lh Ohio is not even mentioned. You will judge of the fairness of the reports. We of the 14th marched from Webster to Phillippi, some 15 miles, between mid night on Sunday night and 4 o'clock on Monday morning, during a most drenching shower, and in mud almost knee-deep. We overtook the Indiana regiment, which had two hours the start of us. At the ap pointed time wo were promptly at our posts, and at the precise moment our two cannon which had been quietly planted on a bill boomed forth the signal of attack. We were entirely exhausted, and moreover has seen no sleep since we left Marietta, and we seemed nearef7eady "to 'He down to die than to enter into battle. But the effect of the cannon was magic, indescribable. It inspired us with new life and vigor,. We rushed down to. the town, about a mile distant, amid tremendous cheeiing and yell ing, running faster that I ever ran before. The eDemy fired two swivels and several companies discharged their pieces into us, (the Toledo Guards)who were far ahead of the rest of the regiment. This we answer ed with a shout of defiance and rushed on them so much the faster, when the rebels took to their heels' and fled in confusion. Had now the regiments to whom the pa pers have given the honors been at their posts,, tho escape of tho enemy would lire been impossible, and they must have been Captured or annihilated in a twinkling. We were on the North, the 16lh Ohio was oromntlv at ilg post on imTEasI, uui the Virginians, instead 'of being' on the South, appeared on tho East side, and by some, unaccountable blunder, not recogniz ing the banner of tho Toledo Guards, the former fired several volleys at us as we rush ed past them. This they came .near pay ing dearly for. Our artillery, already point ed, their pieces at them, and wo were iibotrt to charge on'lhem, when the error was dis covered. One of their bullets struck my gun; fortunately however, noons was hurt. The Indiana regiment was not at its post on the West side, but came in on the East. WherNvo passed tbera they stood still and strange as it may seem, were actually dis charging their guns'inth the air, Ho see whether they would fire, as they had been in the rain." We pursued the enemy to tbejwoods and hills, where some of them turned and fired at us again ; but their balls passed-over us. Here it was that Col. Kelly, for the Virginia regiment; who was in the rear, was severely j'wounded by a pistol-shot, dangerously, but not mortally, as the papers report. We returned tba enemy's, fire" as. Ihey disappeared in the woods, and we killed, accordingto' the offi cial account of the rebels: themselves, some thirty of their number. We were too much exhausted to pursue them farther. 'Sow as to the capture made:: The pa pers give all tlie'credit in reference to it to the Indiana and Virginia regiments, when $he. fact is, that every article taken; colors, ammunition, tents, wagons, baggage, camp- fliuippago &e. &c, were captured by the vip:rviBM9a. jxo-omer rectmeBt or company fVregimenl had, .hand in' it TheVpropertynaken; which felrto the eov- emment amounted in value to aboHt-tlO," OOJHrS12,000. I;capturedo splBdii horses, and was aboit to take.steps to said themo t you. when two farm; eamajwd claimed them, and proved that they bad been taken froffl them by tbo rebels. Of course I restored them to their owner. The baggage, cloth ing fcc.. which I captured, and which did not fall to the, Government, but -was my own; was worth at least. $500.. I intended. to'send you a choice;,colIection oflt. AH this 'I placed, with the other plunder of the Toledo Guards, in the jail of the place for safe-keeping, but in tbenight serson our notover-scrupulous brothers-in-arms. of the Indiana Tegiment. broke' open the jail and plundered what suited them, bo all I have now left of it is a package of indifferent clothing. The rebels, judging from their costly clo' thing, must principally belong to the upper classes, uur regiment is abundantly sup plied with.clothing from tho plunder. The tents taken are-more than sufficient for tho regiment. They belong to the Toledo Guards, but have been generously distribut-ed-amoug the regiment: The most mortifying circumstance to our company was, that they were compelled to give up ine colors captured ; all the colors taken beiug captured by them. The Cap lain captured one regimental flag. I cap tured the banner of a Company "A"; and I believe we captured all the colors the ene my bad. I have managed to keep a nice Minie rifle which I took, but axpecl every moment to be ordered to give it up. The train wagon on which I was the first to jump, to take possesion, contained 200 btaud of arms. Since writing the above, I have read some more papers, and I am amazed and aston ished at the falsity of tho reports. Our regiment is not even mentioned. After our regiment has laken possession of the Rail Road, built tbrue bridges, nil over 100 feet long, one of them 150 feet, placed guards over and protected 60 bridges and 23 tun nels, and driven the enemy from Grafton, other regiment quiellv pop into Grafton and take all the honors to themselves. At Phillippi the same injustice is done to them. Why is this? Can it be because Col. Kelt- ey commanded the one wing, and Col. Du mout the other, tho honor must be reflect ed by tho press on thoso immediately uuder their command! That we are not much indebted to our friends of the Indiana regiment for courte ous treatment will bo readily admitted. Tho samo thing is true of tho Virginia reg iment. Uur regiment seems to be the only one here in which discipline is observed. hvery man of us seems to feel that the reg imental honor is in his keeping, and frowns at the excesses committed by the other reg- menU, some of whom seem scarcely to discriminate between friend and foe. Bui I suppose I have already tired your pati ence. An artist for the Harpers and Lcslio is here taking a sketch of tho place and skir mish. So you will have an opportunity to see it. mvj r i - . . . State of things in Tennessee. A letter dated Nashville, Tenn.. June 11 says: Things have sadly changed iu MMdlo Tennessee' of late. The Union men are fair)' muzzled since their leaders have all b jlted, with two or three exceptions. You cannot conceive the villainy, the lying, the baseness used to intimidate loyal meu and ruin the Slate forever. We have held sev eral meetings lately, but tho result only convinced me of one thing: the poor of the Southern States are unworthy of liberty. We have mustered into tho servico about 19,000 troops in various parts of the State but generally near Nashville. About 7,000 of these are armed, the balance will have to fight with brickbats and stones, for our armory is empty, or nearly so. They tell large stories about a quautity of arms bought by Gen. Zollicotfer at Montgomery,' but that is all gas. The Southern Confederacy is as poor as Job, aDd we are ruined with her. Gold and silver, 18 to 20 cents; Eastern exchange, none to be had. Ruin staring us in the face. Tell Seward to keep up the block ade, and not let a single craft of any kind enter any port or bay of the South, or even come within ten miles of the coast. If he will do this effectually, and stop our river intercourse, we are whipped without blood shed. Tell him to be firm and cool, and that there must be uo pause ino halting uow. Our situation is fearful; a general system of espionage has been introduced. A Union man having said, "Wo hope to vote the Stale in the Union on Saturday," a Secessionist replied, "If tho Union men- do lilts, tlieir blood will be on their own heads." If you can but conquer Virginia, the contest will be short, for a change will then come over the dreams of these mad men. I have provided my hcuse with provi sions for a year, so my children three of whom are in the rebel army won t want, in c-ise I can raise money to go to the North; and, as ihey are all Southern born, and, like my bioiher, Henry, are all Seces sionists, they won't suffer at the hands of their traitor brethren. It is trying to think of commencing tho voyage of life a new at the age of sixty, and to sunder ev- eryiTd"WK.i oingS rcusa my nresiae; but, rather than bow rov gray head to trea son and traitors, I will starve alone by the wayside, for if I can t get money to travel with, 1 will come as far as Cincinnati on foot. We get no news here until it is sifted and revised by our "Safety Committee." Large lots of provisions pass through Nashville to Richmond. Tell Chase to plug up the mouth of tbo Mississippi, for the present blockade is laughed at, and they boast that there will arrive in New Orleans, in a day or two, from Cuba, 15, 000 stand of German rifles a first instal ment of 25,000 having already arrived from Havanna. A Jew, named Mike Pow ers, had received pistols in clothing boxes. Hon. Andrew Johnson. We are of course anxious to know the exact purpose of Andrew Johnson in his rapid journey to tiusiiiugiuu. iro pre sume however tuere can ua lime aouut that his general object is' to induce the Federal Government to do in some way for Eastern Tennessee what it is doing for Western Virginia. .Eastern Tennessee, which has probably given a majority of twenty or twenty five thousand in favor of . i tt . . - r ruiutuuing in ine union, nas no iaeu oi submitting quietly to be coerced out of it if the necessary aid can be had for .resist ance to the organized and drilled armies of the disunionists. Our firm conviction is that the loyal population of Eastern Ten nessee will be sustained in their loyalty.' It seems that j the; secessionists made ran aUnpCto; stop l Andrew Job B so?) ;at ,tl Cumberland Gap, "saluting-' hinf'wlth'" rmtaid of balls at a distance of four bun dred; yards. It was lucky for him audper baps'quita as lucky for them that he es caped .whhKs jife. It is very likely that the unflinching bid patriot will be killjd hat the spirit of liberty wDl fearfully avengo his' fall. The caase-; of 'disunion in Ten nessee is not safe while he lives, nor will it be, safe "after his death. Lovisuille Jour not. Change of Programme. A 'speciaLidispatch from Parkersburg June 23d, to.tbe Cincinnati Gazette, says: rpi. ' i - , . , xueru iias ueen an important cuange in .tbe.programme. That is, there lias' been a change, if it was intended as the people supposed, to send a fleet up the Kanawha river. Ine troops which were reported to be destined for the latter place landed hero, and the boats relumed to Marietta. General McClellan is after the rebels, having left here yesterday for tli6 seat of war, in Weslern'Virginia. A force of six thousand troops is now concentrated here, under command ot. uen Rosecrans, awaiting orders. Important movements are on foot, and events of a stirring nature will evidently transpire in a day or two. Two regiments are expected -to move a- cross the country toward Charleston via Uuynndotte, immediately. Union Vote in Kentucky. The Louisville Journal, of Satuiday, thus speaks of the Union strength iu Ken tucky as exhibited by the Congressional vote: Tho friends of the Union in Kentucky surpassed on Thursday the expectation of iheir friends everywhere. J hey surpassed their own expectations. They achieved a more overwhelming victory than was ever achieved in anv contested election in our State before. They piled up their major! ties to a tremendeus height. And yet great and resistless as was the strength they exhibited, it was by no means tho whole strength of the Union party and the Union cause in our state. A Kentucky: Fashiox. In addition to selling negroes, il is the practice in Ken tucky to sell white men for vagrancy. The following case occurred in Covington: Hays oemple, who is connected with one of the eldest and most respectable families iu the city, but who has degenerated into a mere sot, was sold at public auction by the sheriff, on &aturda for inveterate vag rancy. Audy Horod iailor, became his purchaser nt ibo sum of one dime, and will have. an opportunity to get his money back, by Semnle's services until the first of Sep tember next. Arrest of Counterfeiters. Tho detective Police imprisoned at Buffalo, N. Y., one Andrews and his associates, whom they caught in the act of making a counterfeit of Ayer's Cathartic Pills, Their detection was ac complished at tbo instance of Messrs J. C. Ayer fc Co., of Lowell, Mass.,-who have shown a commendable energy and promp titude in 'protecting the public from impo sition through spurious imitations of their invaluable medicines. Doct. Ayer's Sarsaparalla, Cherry Pec toral and Pills have come to be staplo nec essities with the community, and the im position upon the sick of spurions, worth less, if not injurious fabrications, of them, is in fact the consummation of villainy. Wo hope the scoundrels will get their due, and in tho keeping they now are, they are pretty sure of it. Police Gazette.- Special Noties. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Z. & C. R. Trains leave Jlillersburg: Express Accommodation Arrive at Alillcrsburg: Acommadation Express.., . ... 6:10 A.'M. ..12:02 P.M. ...355 P. M. ...9:18 P. il. PITTSBURG FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. Leave Orrville, GOING WEST. Fast Express 1 5:34 A. SI. Mail 5:09 P. M. GOING EAST. Mail 3:37 A. M. Fast Express 755 P. M. GOING EAST. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, June 26, 1861. Flour 5.50$G,00 Clovcrsecd $3,50 Buckwheat flour.Sl.5ll Flaxseed $1.00 Rveflocr $cwt. $1,50 Timo'ydo $S1.75200 Wheal 851.00 Green Apples 50 Corn 31 Dried Apples 75 Oats 20 Dried Peaches... $2,00 Kye 45 Smoked Uams 7 Sr.riev -iu Smoked Shoulders.. .5 Butter 10 Smoked Sides 6 Eggs G Dressd Pork 4,505,00 Lard 7 Hostilities Commenced! Gen. Spondulax Killed, K Col. Ilighpricc8 Carried off" on a Chip. LAND BATTERIES ERECTED! TIIE great event of the Reason at Bloomfield and that pnrt of the world generally, waa the arrival of AM'NEW GOODS. IMsaUthaU now talked about. When a ladjr goes home nbe Imme diately nit the whole n-Ighf or hood In an uproar by showing the good she got oi "Sam" for a dollar. There are still noma goods left, and there la to be a good many uproars if selling them 25 per cent, below old prices will cause them. WOOL! WOOL! WOOL! D t sldei TCrjtblDK else, Sun. Ii on hand to bujall tho wool he can get, glting a much u anbody elia in lh Ilolmes count or Coshoctlon. June IL 1881. A LOT OF SASH, GLASS, & PINE Doors; at WEIMCIT3. -lis a: 2 B e s w a r a 3,,S 5 $ B a $s s a m.' di tt es 8 ' 'IT r EMPORIUM REMOVED, J. MULVANE has remove'Jo liis NEW ROOMS, Comer oJiTVui and WaiLIngton tta, XHlenl'iirf, Ohio, THE LAKG-EST STOOK OTP DRY GOODS! Ever brought to this place. SAVE YOUR MONEY! The place to La yonr goods Is where yon caa get theu me giiAFST. AT MULANE'S jou can get Prints worth 10 eta, for 6.1f ctj per jaid. AT MUL VANE'S You can get Lawns worth 10 eta for 6 cts. per yard lawns wortn la cti. for 10 cts per pard. AT MUL VANE'S YOC CAX GET DELAINES, CHAEiLIS, BEREGES And eTry style of 25 per cent. lower than nny olber place west ot .Kew York. AT MUL VANE'S You can see the largest lot ef Plain and Fancy Dress Silks! LADIES CALL & SEE THEM. AT MUL VANE'S YOU CAX SEE A Two-horse Load OF 8E8!LBir!BlMB,ir81 t Prices from 20 cts. to S2. AT MULVANES YOU CAN GET A Good Enameled Shoe For 62i,7S, and 87. LST'A'so, a Good Heeled enameled shoe for $1.3 CALL. &. see: them. 1 AT MUL VANE'S YOU CAN1 GET THE BEST LASTING GAITER FOR 75 CENTS. Good Heeled Gaiters for 1. AT MUL VANE'S Ladies will find the CHEAPEST, the BEST SELECTED and PRETTI EST stock of DRESS GOODS. CAL ICOES, BONNETS, RIBBONS Ac CALL AND SEE. AT MUL VANE'S CEXTI.E1IEX WILL FIND Cassimeres, Cloths and Vestings. IN ABUNDANCE, Cheaper than ever. AT MUL VANE'S You can get Jeans worth 25 for 15 cts. AT MUL VANE'S You can get Cottonades, worth 25 cts for 18 cents. AT MUL VANE'S YOU CAN GET A GOOD FINE CALF BOOT FOR S3,BO. CLOTH nod KID GAITERS, OXFORD TIES, BROGANS AND EVERY OTHER STYLE AT PANIC PRICES. AT MUL VANE'S You can get the best set of WHIT E GRANITE or IRON STONE CHINA WARE, 47 pieces, FOR S8,00. LOOKING- GLASSES, HA11S & CAPS. GLASSWARE. GROCERIES, SUGAR to 0 CTS. f) POUND. Raisins 12 J cts. per pound. CALL. AT MULVANE'S EMPORIUM! and seo his Large Stock of Goods. J. Mulvanc. April 29, 1801. 38 Sfesohifion of GopjHn0rbij. JTOTICE Is hereby glen that the Copartnership here X tofore existing at Mitlerstmrg, in the eonntj or olmcs and State of Ohio nnder firm and stjle of E. Stfinhacher k Co., as Troduce and Commission Mer chants, was diasolred on the 15th dajr of Mar 1881, br the terms of the articles baring fnllr expired. All notes and accoqnts belonging to said firm are loft lrlth Matthew Oerlngton for collection. E. STEISBACrlER, (EORGE WEIMEB. GEO. BDEL. Maj 27, 1881. 12 E. D. TAYLOR. CLOTHE PINS, A VARIETY OF STYLES & PRICES. FOR SALE AT TIE BOOK 8T01E. X a 5 o FAEEA & YOUKG, Mannfutarcra and dealers In all hinds of 9 -Keep constantly on Land a large assortment of COtyiMON AND DRESSING BUREAUS, Parlor, Dining, anil BrcafcfaH Tables, Bedsteads of all kinds Toilet, Work and Wash rilands. Cribs, Sofas, Tctc-a-Tetes Ottomas, Hocking Chairs. tc. All of which will be sold oh the Host Reasonable Terms. tSTThcy also manufacture O 3 3?1 3F promptly, with the best March 14. 1861. 30 TJtrjUEHEl ZtOOMS. I 3ST S of all styles, and attend to funerals IILAKSK in the county. FARRA & YOUNG. Something New in Millersburg! LOOK HERE FRIEND! .a. nasns , BUGGY OR CARRIAGE! no Want One? npHE undersigned respectfully informs the public that i ne nas secuiru me r.gni 10 sen tn uoimes anu ue adjoining counties COLLINS & BELL'S JU3TLYCELEBKATED Carriages and Buggies! and all kinds of light vehicles usually kept iu a first class establishment of this kind. Collins and Bell's Caruiaces bare n Stale wide repu tation. At the State and Count r Fairs they hare car ried of the colors. For beauty of finish and durablUtr they ara not excelled anywhere. They meet with a great Rale n hercrer introduced. ALL CARRIAGES WARRATSD. X fine lot of Carriatres and Rutreies on hand and con stantly receiving at the Ware-room, one door West of Weirich5 Hardware Store. Csf"PricC4 a reisonaMe as tho same kind of -work can uc had for West of Xew York City- ifay 23, 1S51. 13 APPLETOF'S , OF THE- SEAT OF WAR, For sale at the Book Store. PRICE,25 CTS. FRESH CAUGHT WHITE FISH! .. PICKEREL, HERRING, .MACKEREL, In Whole, Half, and Quarter Bbls; white y m, AKRON STONE WARE SALT BY THE BARREL, dc, As Cheap as the Cheapest. A Grand Mass Meeting! OF TIIE PEOPLE, To to fceltl in Millerslmrg, every day and evening, San oy excepioa.j TV 'X1 THE "Yoang America" Clothing Store! B. COHN, anj other able upeaten, will address the asfembltge of CmtoraerflandconviiKo them that his large and com plete stock of Spring and Snmmcr Trade, Ia bettor and cheaper than can elsewhere be purchased. He has just received hii IVEWGOODS! purchased at cheap prices in the eastern citiei. vrhere Money i. Kinjr and will therefore Le en ailed to sell tt c I'Cople his choice i-ciectiong of rcadj-niade Clothing-. Hats, Cap?, Shirts, CravaU, Collar. Glore, Socks, Trnnk, Valises and traveling Bagi, at lower figures, he LelifTe?, than an other establishment la this or sur rounding country. Come and examine, my stock before purchasing else where. LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST! Ton cannot help but nave money by bujing your Cloth ing at tho prices lam aUetofCll them. J3?"Xo trouble to chow goods.Q COITX'S Young America. Clothing Store, at the old una, on ine corner. CL0TDING MADE TO ORDER a the shortest possible notice. Fits varranleil no fit, o tale. B. COIIK. AprIlll,lS01-34 AT THE BOOK STORE. Dissolution of Copartnership. TIIK Copartnership heretofore exittiog between S. 15. Weiricli and C. Weirlcb, aniler the name anil style oi a. u. wemcii a: uro., was mis ur aissoiveu Dy ma tail consent. The Books, 1'apern, tc, are left in the hands of S. II. Welrich for settlement. May 8, 1801 County Board of Equalization. THE annual Connty Board of canalization of Holmes County, f ir the year liol, will meet at the Audi tors omrc,in Mliiersnnre;, on v eanesiiay, jiay xaa, ror the purpose of e jualizinc; tho tat abte property of said county. The Board Trill be In bession Wednesday, Thursday, and Krldiy. Persons feeling themselves agrieved by assessments will attend on that occasion, as no change will be tnide In any assessment after that time, except In eases of error. u. t..uniu.'i. uo. Ana. Slay IS, 1S01. 3 Bridge Notice. TnE Commissioncra of Holmes County, will meet at Canan's Saw Mill, in Ripley township, at 12 o'clock M..OD It cdnctday, the 2GA day of June, 1801 , For tho purpose of letting to the lowest bidder the building of a now bridge across the Into of Odell's l-ake. i uey win aiso meet at tho house or Jacob fc. unier, Walnut creek township, pn JrWaw,tt28A, . same month, at 10 o'clock A. M. lo let tho building of a Bridge across Walnulcreek, and on the fame day at 3 o -clockP. 11. at the house ot Henry llarger fn Patnt Township to let the building or a llrid(0 across Indian Trail creek. f Alac. at Oxford, In Ktlbock township, oa Tuesday, the 25th day of June, 1801, at lOo'cock A.M.fortbepurposeof lotting to thelow est blddortho building fT a now Bridge aeroujKlllbuck ereek, when the road from MHlorsburg to Newark crosaesjiald creek. f 0ti"01 W oBWTO!f. Co, And. Mfy SI, UM-11U I AND MAY be expected as warm weather approaches, and and erery person should PROTECT THEIR HOUSES, Barnes, and places of IrasIneFR, from the dangers of And vby should any, with tl eir families, endure those disagreeable feelings of DANGER DURING A STORM!! when it costs so little to feel secure with a good copper or Iron Lightning rod. G-OOD HOUSE SPOUTING- Is also an excellent conductor of Lightning, as well as of the water that is damaging th ioundations and paint of your building, and which should be conducted to a cistern or awar from the building. I am prepared to do all such work as' , Cheap as the Cheapest. So come in time to th iliilersliarg Stove Emporium. Sigu of the Big Coffee Tot. . . , 6 BRAY, tho Tinner. Mirth 21, '6131 o CO Ed HI r ?iQria? m ca O Al 2 5TJS J -11 3.-2? 2. 3 III r - " 9s - a a O . S3U ? at 9 RAY'S GRAIN CRADLES, 10 doz. Columbus Best, just received at the Hard ware -Store of S. U. WEIUICII. 25 DOZ. GRAIN & GRASS Scythes, Best Silver Steel, at WEIIUCirS. 10 CULTIVATORS. 150 DOUBLE Shovel Plovrf, also Hill-Side Plow-, at WEIRICH'S 25 DOZ. HAY RAKES, 5 HORSE Hay Rakes, at TVEIRICirS. 100 KEGS NAILS, 3 or 4 Brands, Brads, 2i, 3, S and four inchea Inn;, at wr.iKicirs. 50 TONS ASSORTED IRON, An- Tils, Spring?, Pipe, Boney at WEIRICH'S. BEST SPANISH SOLE LEATHER, do Buffalo Sole, at -WEIUICIl'S. s HOE LASTS & SHOE FINDINGS, at WEir.icirs. OILS, Linseed, Tanner's, Sperm & Car bon, Petrolam or Machinery Oil, Patent Dryer Wbito Lead, Paints, kc, ic at WEIRICH'S. A LOT OF WAGON, BUFFALO & XJL. Bnszy Hubs, Poles, Shafts, Seats, Arm. at TVEIRICH'S. s TRAW & HAY CUTTERS, CORN Shelters ic, at WEIRICH'S. TUST RECEIVED, A LARGE LOT of Lead Pipe, from Z to l)i Inches, at June 12, 1S61 42 FBREH! JUST RECEIVED, a fine lot of FUJIPS, of all binds, from the smallest cistern to the largest Force, Engine or Well Pump. This Is the best Pump made Is a Home Protection against fire; Trill throir water over any ordinary two storr house. Sold cheap br BRAY, tha Tinner AT THE BIG COFFEE-POT. April 19, 1S60 35 tf Administrator's Notice. NOTICE ii hereby given that the undersigned hat been appointed and Qualified aa Adurnistratorof tha cetate of Frances Mast, dcc'dr late of Holmes County. Junel0.1S61-42 " ' To the Creditors of J. II. Sncdcker. lTotico is hereby givon to tho creditors of J. U.Sned eker by the uuueniigncd that a dividend was duly declared by the Probate Court of Ilolmes county Ohio, of 10 cents and million the dollar, on the 11th day of MayA.D.lS61,andthatthe same will be paid to Mid rreditoraatXaihviliO on tbo fifth day of Jalj A.D.1S61. JAMES LIU GET, Assignee. Juno. 12.2301 43. PARK'S PRICKLY Pli ASTEUS They Imparl Strength; they Anniliilale Pain. Park's riTK.NT Poms AKESOl.U By all DEALXRR FItOM 1 TO yield readily to tho motion of the motion of the body, absorb perspiration and throw off all oOerodTo coagulated lmpuritiea of the system. They should be utd for all Chronic l'ains, l'alntncaa Jlyspepsia, Colds. Con.umpt on, Rheu matism, Female Wcaknesa, et.-. They retain their active properties when other Hasten are useles, and mitrt applied pain eamnttt exist. Etory fami ly sliould have them. One slso on cloth, thiea sizes on leather. Samplea sent 2k Dimes V- :i 1 t. t ni -'S rents. 13 13 I'aaJC ltoir, N. Y. Feb. 21, 1S61-27 IVnticp, to Farmers. to the armersof'llolmes county, Ohio, on the most fa vorable terms, REAPERS AND MOWERS I ... .-a 1 .11 vm avlil K Mm or too mos- jihjh" xt i Wrj ft IIWO lUHUluct j uau ui niiiiue.uuiui. Uuttvr to road scrap r, to b delivered to purchwers on iTi.. -.tiMSfta ( nr HttWit nfl.nt th nnreh&jvra resl Jcoce. For a mow particular list of the articles for sale he refcrt you to tho circulars lisaod from al d firm. Millersburg, June 3, 9l. Pt- a g. gn W c " to O winrn aft bfsr E -n S f m ANNOUNCEMENT- XTfAORDINARY! To CashBtiyers. PropitioHS Time for Purchase. 500 r PACKAGES ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. J.CUERRTHOIEMS INVITES the attention of close buyers from all porta of the country to his Large and ell Selected Assortment of Housekeeping and general Fam ily articles, which are offered at PAMIC PiUCES. The Stock consists in part of Packages of Domestic Gcods, Sheetings and Shirtings. Domestic Goods, Tickings and Checks. Domestic Goods, Flannel and Diaper. Domestic Goods, Carpet & Coverlid Yam. Domestic Goods, Batting and Towelling. Domestic Goods, Seamless Bags &c, &c ALSO- Stople Dry Staple Dry Staple Dry Stnplo Dry Staple Dry Staple Dry Staple Dry Staple Dry Staple Dry Staple Dry Goods, Merriranc and otber Goods, Prints, Goods, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4 Toi- Goods, let Quilts. Goods, Ripka's Cafiooands- Goods, Nankeens, Jacquered Goods, Diaper. Goods, Denims and Curtain Goods, Materials. Goods, Stripes, Satin,Jean &c. ALSO Dress Goods, Gro-de Rhine Black Silk. Dress Goods, Taffeta S.'lks. Dress Goods, Fancy Dress Silks and Foa- Dress Goods, lards. Dress Goods, Rich Embro'd Grey Goods, Dress Goods, (New) Dress Goods, Rich Print'd Challi and Do Dress Goods, Laities. Dress Goods, Organdie,LawD,GiDghm tc ALSO While Goods, Richardson's Irish Linens. White Goods, Brilliant&Birds Eye Lin'n. White Goods, Sup. 7-4 aud 8-4 Linen Ta White Goods, ble Damask. While Goods, Damask Cloths it Napkins. While Goods, Swiss Mull & Book Muslin. While Goods, Curtain Muslin Dimity tc. -ALSO Embroideries, Rich and French Setts. Embroideries, RealL'nce Collars. Embroideries, Heal Lace Edgings, Cam Embroideries, brie Collars. Embroideries, Swiss Cellars and Bands. Embroideries, Style Linen Setts. Embroideries, Euib'd Hdk's Cufis, &c ALSO- Men and Boys' Men and Boys' Men and Bovs' Wear, Sup. French fc Ger Wear, man Cloths. Wear, Doeskin Cassiraere. Wear, ;Rich Vestings and ' Wear, Velvet. Wear, Jeans, Satinets and Wear, Tweeds. Wear, Pant Linen fc Cash Wear, Plow Loom and An Wear, vil Cassimere &e. Lien and Boys' Men and Boys' Men and Boys' Men and Boys' Men and Boys' Men and Boys' Men and Boys' ALSO Gloves and Hosiery. Boots nnd Shoes. Gtoves and Hosiery. Mens Kip. Boots. Gloves and Hosiery. Boots and Shoes. Gloves and Hosiery. Womens Bootees,75o Gloves and Hosiery. per pair. Gloves nud Hosiery. Boots and Shoes. Gloves and Hosiery. Childr'ns Shoes 18c Gloves and Hosiery. per pair. ALSO Shater Hoods. Mens' Hats. Shaker Hoods. Palm Leaf Hats. Shaker Hoods. Mens' Silk Hats. Shaker Hoods. Mens Soft Hats. Shaker Hoods. Boys' Hats, (all kinds') Shaker Hoods. Cb'ildreos'Hats. ALSO Carpets and Carpets and Carpets and Carpels and Carpets and Carpets and Carpets and Carpets and Carpets and Carpe)s aud Oil Cloths, Oil Cloths, Oil Cloths, Oi! Cloths, Oil Cloths, Oil Colths, Oil Cloths, Oil Cloths, Oil Cloths, Oil Cloths, Crossley'sTaps'y, Smith's pat.Ing'n. Lowell and Eng lish Three-ply. Thompsonv'Ie Super-Superior. Hemp fc Cottaga Carpets. 44, c-4 and 8-4 Floor Oil Cloths. ALSO- Crockery and Glassware. Looking Glasses. Crockery and Classwaro. Looking Glasses. Crockery aud Glassware. Looking Glasses. ALSO Groceries, Rio, Java and Mocha Cofle, Grocerios, Oolong & Eng. Breakfast Tea. Groceries, Refined Sagars. Groceries, Spice, Molasses, Syrup, tc. ALSO Romnant Print, 10,000 yds. of Remnant Remnant Prints, ,PriuU from tho Print Remnant Prints, "Works, tort chkap, Remnant Prints, C to 8,worlh 10 to 12 ALSO Table Cutlery, "Tubs and Pails, Table and Tea Spoons, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas. J. CHERRYHOIiMEg. Millersburg, April 1831. N. B. To C Sh Buyers Grant Induce ments will be Offered. Ouraim is to se- enre a Prompt Paying trado. Produce bought. Every article will be as repre sented.