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Holmes County Republican.
LOCALS Millersburg, O., : Sept. 8, 1870. To the Subscribers of the Holmes County Republican. The Editors of this paper have fitted up a first-class oliice, and we now have the pleasure of presenting to you the third copy of this paper. As you will see, the Editors have come up to their part of the con tract. We, the committee on col lections, call upon you now to fill your part. A number of the Repub licans of Millersburjr agreed to guarantee the advance payment of eight hundred subscribers, or six- teen hundred dollars payable after the first issue of the paper, and, in order to help us out, we hope you will all attend to the payment of your suDscnption at once. 1'ay- ment canoe made to the persons wiiu soiicueu suuscnpuon in uie .-eiai luwuBuips. We would say to those authorized to take subscription, sec that your list is increased, we must have more subscribers. Republican. G. W. EVERETT, GEO. ADAMS, A. B. RUDY. OUR AGENTS. The following persons are authorized to act as our agents for the Republican. All names handed in for subscription, or advertisements for the paper, will receive prompt attention: F. I. BELXAP, Wooster, Ohio. J. 1'. FUVSK, Wilmot, SUrt County, Ohio. Teachers' Examination. Examination for teachers was held in the Public School Building on Saturday last. Forty persons made application for certificates. The majority of appli cants were young teachers, the older the snrin- The irrade sdmlarrf, n w,. f i , 10,a?1P was only medium. The Board of Ex aminers were J. S. Orr, W. Stilwell and n m. JL King, Death of Arnold Reichenbach. Jlr. Arnold Reichenbach, one of the proprietors of the Doncastcr House in Orrville, died on Monday evening of ty- ruum wvcr. jit. Aieiciienoacn was ior- j-iuiij ui iiuuau;r,wiicreweiiavcKnown l.im fn. f , him for years, to be a young man of fair promise. His business qualities were good. For several years he was with Mr. John Zimmerman & Co, Gone East. Mr. J . Corbus starts for the East this OVcdncsday) morning, to lay in a sup- - 1... . , ... I.r,n,lB 1 ' K lurnismng goods. German Paper. A new German paper is to be started in Akron some time in October, by nenry Gentz, of Cleveland. It is to be neutral in politics. Census Returns. Holmes county 81st sub-division. GermanWValnutCrcekl: tii.iun; j.uou; jucnianu 1,Z4.: A1IDUCK 1,003; Oxford village 11C. I Book Work. In connection with our Book and Job omce we nave arrangements made with iu uwi uniuery io nave our worjvtionc.sothatwe are prepared to uo an Kinds ol book and pamphlet work better and as cheap as can he done any where. Also all kinds of binding taken in. All work warranted to givcsatls-facttion. The Railroad. The people of this county should make every effort in their power to se cure the proposed railroad through this laee. The people do not seem to be en ough in earnest about it. If they let this chance pass, they can never expect to get another such, for this reason, viz The great lines running east and west, when once located, will remain so forall time. The Ft. "Wayne road is established and will doubtless remain where it-is always; and when the Baltimore, Pitts- burgh and Continental, which Is solus to 0 ' 0 be the road of the State, is once located, there will be no chansre. The leadin" trunk railway will then be established .:, , . and there will be no hope for another, Will not our people think of this and use every exertion in their nownr to se- curethnrn.qiltlirnn.rl, this rimntv - - 0 . Dreadful Accident. On Thursday last, a fearful accident uueurreunear inueiienucnce, iticnianu county, Ohio. While a large number of - . vl . , . , nmr WAS Kint. tn Invinnro cninrt il-ane I j .. vU.vavuo for cooking purposes, and while behead ing them, cut off two or three of his fingers, producing considerable excite ment at the house, just as tlie hands had raised a heavy piece of timber to the top of the frame work. Tlie alarm was given, and the hands let the timber fall. Five persons are reported to have been crushed beneath the falling timber and killed outright, while two others were so badly injured that they died in the evening. Over twenty persons were badly hurt. States and Union. - Notes Around Town. Wcarcgladto see that the new walk to the Cemetery has been finished. It is certainly a great improvement. But why not let it extend further down Main street. There is certainly great need for it. In fact there is great need for improvements, in the way of pave ments, in several portions of town. In a great man- places bricks or stones have been worn out, and consequently holes are left in the pavement which makes walking after dark unsafe. Improvements are going on in some portions of our town at least. Xcw buildings are being erected and old ones are being repaired. Wc notice several in the southwest portion of town. Dr. Iligham is putting up a new brick, on the north cud of his lot, which he in tends using for office purposes. Across the way, Hr. Leopold has under way a very fine new brick, built after the modern style of Architecture. A little farther up wc find 3Ir.Frcy repairing his largo house, once the St. Charles ho tel. Passing then across to Clay street, wc notice the now Gothic Frame of Hr. David Xcwton. This is going to be a neat and comfortable house when fin ished. Jlr. George F. Newton is also repairing his residence. Otlicriniprovc ments wc will notice from time to time. We are under renewed obligations to our friends for a large number of new subscribers. Come on, there is room for more. If you desire to promote the in terests of your count-, support your home papers. To Non-Subscribers. extra copies this week, which will be sent to those who have not yet subscribed. Persons receiving a copy of the Eepdblican are therefore respectfully solicited to send in their names, with the necessary $2, for one year's subscription, and flio fa vor will be highly appreciated by us, and we will fully compensate you with in me year. Sabbath. Last Sabbath was a beautiful day. The weather being pleasant, a goodly number of people were in attendance church. In the morning we heard Eev. 3Ir. ililholland in the Presbyterian church. He preached from the test : "Little children, keep yourselves from idols." In the course of his remarks he-showed, that, by the words little chil dren, were meant, not litterally the chil dren of the church, but those who were as little children in heart Christ's be- loved followers. He also showed that keeping their hearts from idols, did not only mean that they should refrain from the worship ofimages and things created, i.f n.. i. .i.t s uu.UUj.u.UEnuu luou, lumpmci- "7 day life, which they should guard against as coming under the head idol worship. One instance amonc many others given, was that of dress. Some people think more about what they shall wear, and how they shall wear it and how they will look, in com pardon with others, than they do about worshiping God in the Sanctuary.- Wale the sermon is coin z on. thev are lni.: f t .,, ,,, ,,. bonn, dres, ie..wllcn fhpir thoughts should be on the great truths being presented. Mr. Milholland's re marks were good all the way through his discourse, and it would be well, if his hearers would, individually, apply them to themselves. Why St. Crispins? young lady writes us from 3Iillcrs- burg, Aug. 22d to know why shoemakers are called Knights of St. Crispin. Wc can answer, because St. Crispin, a saint and martyr in the Roman Catholic Church, was a shoemaker. The record says that about the middle of the third rpntllrir- linilpr fhi mifrn nf TlirMltmn j, . Crispin, or Crispinus, with his brother, accompanied St. Quentin when he preacUed the gospcl in Fnniv Tlii tW brtue wre s10"611 So's. and while conducting theirmission sup- ported themselves by making shoes, un til thoir martyrdom, A. D. 2S7. The members of the secret society of the shoemakers are called Knights of St. Crispin. Cleveland Herald. we sometimes hear in different parts of ., . . , the town, that some such man is very badly needed just now. a 1 m s t.. OurDcvUhas iust brought in the ,ZTl 7 . 3 TS . . , . latest news from Europe by Atlantic We have received many encour aging letters from different parts of this and adjoining counties with ex- nr(fisinna nf tliplr rrmtlfiontinn ftf thr ' o . establishment of a Republican paper in this county and promising to aid us in lerpnse a remunerative success. e ueiieve mat every irec tnmKing voter read both sides, if he is able to two papers, but if not, we advise 1. ! . . 1 .1 T. . . 1 1 1 UUUIUUHlC L1IU AlErUllLXUAM 35 lb Will ma(j0 tho most aeeestMa family paper in this part of the State. We invite attention to the card of Adam Lowther, fashionable tailor. Mr. L. is pronounced thorough in his busi ness, Those desiring town lots at rea- sonable rates will do well by calling on A. Leopold. Mr. Ctonrrrn Tfivifl lma rirmcrrit. tha Warehouse of Fehrenbach & Larimer, and takes possession October first. JohnGfeller.sonofBenedieGfel- tor frnm "rnriTinovn Ttornp SwJfTAr-1 land, was kicked In the stomach bra colt, on Monday the SMiinst and died irom the effects of It on Wednesday, and was buried on Thursday of the same week. Mr. Gfellcr was a o11 I men, lacking a few days of being 23 years oiu. lie was nving, attlie time of the accident, with Jacob Miller of Bcr-1'? lin townsliip in this county. Wc call attention to the Premium List of the Holmes County Agri cultural Fair to be held at Millersburg on the 27th, 23th, 20th and 30th of this month, "We shall notice it at greater I length again. The work on tlie C, Jit. V. & D. It. It., is being pushed forward rapidly. The road will be ready for ties as far as Oxford in two weeks, and by the 10th of October will be in running order. -Mr.A.B. "Webber, a fine Piano Tuner, is now in town, and we hope our citizens wiil call upon him for the pur- pose of having their instruments tuned. We would say that from the screechinsr l Aiuuiiu- J11111 in r-i I n C .LII ' ' II L I - 7 , . iiru a icw uays since anu was nearly uc-l cfmwl A1.An. 1 1 1 .1-11 I "7.1.1 T , T. A uuiuuiv M sucuilliuu. -il. 1.11 11 1. IUL Ul lumber was also destroyed. lelegraph, whuU is, that Napoleon has ' k !ir,,hl fn mt li!c nvnl.la for the last two weeks, for the reason that his nose is between them. Look out for Saunders' advertise ment in next week's issue. Maxwell & Co., believe in adver-1 Using, and will be out in our columns shortly. -Dray loads of new iroods have been received at J. Mulvane's Dry Goods store, Commercial Block, Quite a large number of our citi zens attended the dedication ceremonies of Wooster University yesterday. iudr- " " , "rrr " ""ss'ra WPHT. IrAm flftfn hnoilnc in mnn 4-1. i- I inir frnirt tlA nnmW C 1... 1 I . ..v,.u uitiuauj mat luuiujnui. Mr. Snavely, who has lately pur- chased the Voorhes farm, northwest of Millersburg, informs us that, he is now the necessary arrangements to have,his saw mill in operation by about the 15th of October. Mr. S. has already contracted to furnish the Cleveland, Mt. Vernon & Delaware railroad with five thousand ties and five thousand posts. S. Clierryholmcs & Co. have been receiving, this week, a large and well selected stock of boots and shoes which he offers at very reasonable rates. He ha3 been too busy to get an advertise ment ready for this week's issue but will lie ready for our next. Wc devote considerable space in this issue to the war news giving full particulars of what has been done since our lat, as wc feel confident our friends throughout the county, who have not. the benefit of daily papers will appre ciate it more than any other reading matter that we could put in instead. Atamcetiwr of the Directors of the County Infirmary, on Tu6sday last, Jlr.Adam Hammond was chosen Su- penntendent of the institution. lVc arc not acquainted with the gentleman, but are told that he is well calculated for the place. Chestnut-brown and dove-color arc said to be the two colors mot worn next season. According to late census the pop- ulation of Ashland is two thousand and seven hundred. Court is now in session in Woos- icr-uugeitccu presiding. To-day (Wednesday) the Inaugu- ral exercises of the Wooster University takes place. In our next wc shall give the particulars. ine Public School opened on Jfondaylast. at of I Is'nt there more rubbish lying lour streets, than is really necessary? -Judge Amble was renominated for Congress at Alliance, last week, acclamation. -The Ashland Fair will be held the 22d, 23d and 24th of this month. The Hayesville Fair will be on the 2Sth, 27th and2Sth of this month. -The fanners are cutting on" and beginning to sow wheat. Fall is fast approaching, the nights arc SctunS quite cool. The scenery around Jlillcrsburg 1 13 quite line indeed A few days ago a little child i-r. . , r r- , u.aumsoi sure e, w as run o er in passing team and seriously injured. TlicCanton Daily Repttsitory Republican is a very neat and spicy dailv. Just received at J. 3Iulvane"s large lot Woolen Blankets that will sold at greatly reduced prices. lw 31. Bird & Son are receiving the nicest assortment of clothing this week ever brought to town. lw Instruction on Piano and Organ. .r.ivoioe oegins ins next lancr on September 12. What the Press Says of Us. Tlplnw n-p irlrn . 1W- ltnmnors frnm our exenanges, snowing wnar. me press lias to say of the Republican. THE HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN. tlie peculiarities ot "tlie art preserva should tive"'isattributahlethefactoftlieirhav take JaLX1 I I Wchave received the first number of this paper, it is one of the larzest in tlie State, beautifully printed upon new tvte, and well edited. We feel assured that the "Republicans" of benighted Holmes will lind in 3Icssrs. Laubaeh, I White and Cunningham the editors and proprietors what they have been looking I . . ' r... . 1 ... me great principles 01 the JCcpublican party. We extend the hand to the new proprietors aud welcome them to the cuuonai iraieniuj- wisuiug uiem tlie forts to furnish Uie Republicans of Holmca a good pal)er will be fully ap- oest iwssioie success, aim uoiie tneir ei- preciated, and in turn, that they may be amply rewarded financially for their la- Dor. Asniana itmes. The Holmes County Republicax. The fir0t number of this new paper, bearimr date AuOTSt 24th. has been re- ccived. It is a large, nine column sheet, well tilled witli good selections, gener- al and local news, and able editorials on V,v- . . . .- It. J' . '.ph.. live auvocaie oi me pnnciines oi me Republican party. The editors and pro- prictors are Laubaeh, White & Cunning- ere. ana to their superior knowledge of best 01 success in tneir new unuertaKing Orrville Cresent. THE HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN. . ? If0lm??.11CcTty Jf''lican' Pn ... lished at IDllcrshurg, Holmes County, rjhi0 bv Messrs. Laubaeh White '& Cunningham. It is a neat, well printed, spirited paper, and bids fair tobeafa- .-!Piucan m politics, and is JUlcd with an excellent assortment of origin 17 aland elcct matter Snras sn-n tn Theabo e heading may sound strange to the reader's ear, hut it is no fiction. Wc liave received a number of the Holmes County Republican, published by .Messrs. .Laubaeh, hite ds Cunning ham, lormerly or this city. The first nS in public affairs, and will render valu able service. To this enterprise we give ZttfTC no effort towards placing it upon a sure foundation. The proprietors arc worthy SZ2r'8WC1' L?'?,! ries. It is a large nine column paper, new type, handsomely printed, on new press, ami witn new tuitors and ruD- 1 : -1 . " t 1 1. iri.t. f. ninirlmm nm tli ivllfnra nml iiT-itrl tors. The name indicates its polities. we rejoice to see tms very line spnglit- paper, ana to note tnat tlie Itepubli cans of Holmes Countv-nrfitakinn-Iiolcll of the work in earnest. That County has been terribly under the dark wing of Democracy of the virulent rebel sort. v. - .... ... . It ought to have light. AVe are sure the Republican will be the means of doing great sood. Let our friends take hold in earnest and give tlie paper ample sup port. jit. vernon Jiepuoncan. We have received a copy of the first issue 01 uienoimcs county j.cpuoucan, 1 published in Millersburg, by Messrs. I Laubaeh, White & Cunningham. It is a nine column paper, printed on new type,and, consequently, presents a baud- some appearance. In politics it isEe- publican. Pecuniarily we wish the en- terprise success; but we do not wish the political party they represent any such i,;,,r. 11'. r1,. ji . " " "'""-'" We have received the first number of pome, w c wish n success. .uassuion .1. -. , ., Amrrtmn We hve bcfore "3 le nW a Hue looki'mr sheet it is too. Tlie moor f.'niif.iMii nrmtiw nr I I ak 1 vi nml the proprietors. Repository and Renub- 1,. 1 " i Repub-1 tlCail, LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE. of the leading magazines of the day. Though it has not been published more than two or three years, yet it has a large circulation and is universally liked. It covers a ground that has not been occupied in the magazine nne Tue articles are all well written h""! ery interesting. It is published by that indefatigable firm J. B. Lippincott fc Co., Arch St., Philadelphia. DEMORESTS MAGAZINE. typography is fine, its literature high making toned, its illustrations beautiful. One Lnut i,r.,i o,i Tw..tsn.i :, I now puousned. it employes only first- l . -m- . . . I ciass writers, in an its numerous de- nartments music, stories, fashinn. household; poetry &c., &c, it surpasses the most of magazines now extant. Its copy one year three dollars. Address W. Jennings Dcmorcst, 833 Broadway, New l ork. The following ollicers were elected at the reunion of Company C,67th O. V. V. I., at "7inesburg, which should have appeared in tlie report of the reunion published last week: Cant, Childs, President: C. tloetv. Secretary; C. Schwartz, Treasurer; A. J. Uowman, John Snyder, C. Herring, Committee on Arrange ments. Yours Ucsiiectfiilly, A. J. BOWMAN. FROM BENTON. In j'our lirst issue I noticed your rc1l,cst to scml hl "' news that would lie ol local interest. In re- ply thereto I wish to communicate the followinr: 3rr. Jacob J. Miller's hired hand, a young man,was kicked by a suck ing colt, several days ago, and in less than thirty hours lie was a corpse. Itwasasad loss and allhction to the aged parents of this young man, as he and a younger brother was their onlv sunnort. Tl this country, from Switzerland, onlv fcw months a-ro. and bein.r i ... strance land makes it tiinm. nt tlm ,.r i. neighborhood is wit h tbnm ,! i.nins will liesnnrml nn,.,l-nil,n.n comfortable and contented. L. R. LIST OF PREMIUMS AWARDED BY THE HOLMES COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, THEIR FAIR, TO BE HELD AT MILLERSBURG, OHIO. September 27th, 28th, 29th & 30th, '70, andX a be Competitors for premiums on crops are required to have the ground and products accurately measured by not less than two disinterested 1 persons, of whose statements shall be verified by an ailidavit. A statement of the kind and a i .... . .. . f Lualitv of the seed sown, and the mode expense of cultivation, must be pre- sonted in writing, before premiums can be awarded. The whole amount of root', grain or grass, produced on the amount 01 land speclued, must be measured or weished. Itoot crops to be divested of their tops and estimated bv weight. Sistv pounds to be considered a bushel. Grain crops to be measured or weighed according to the usual standard. CLASS NO. 1. Best 2 acres or upwardsof Wheat,$10.00 I Tif . O nnr.i.' n.tmtrnl: nffnvn 5.00 Tjest o acres or upwardsof Rve.. . . 3.00 Best 2 acres or upward of Barley, 3.00 Best 2 acres or upward of Oats.. . 2.50 Best 2 acres or upward of Buck I Ileal d.UU Seed .... . .... 3.00 Best 2 acres or upward of Timo- thv Seed 3.00 Best 2 acres or upward ol ilax Seed , 2.00 Best one-fourth acre Chinese Su- gar Cane 3.00 Best one-fourth acre or upwards oi i-oiaioes...., ... , j.w Best one-fourth acre or upwards of Beans 2.00 Best one-fourth acre or upwards - 01 Unions 2.00 Best one-fourth acre or upwards ol carrots 1 J0 Best one-fourth acre or upwards Best one-fourth acre or upwards RutaBagas 2.00 oi sugar ueets a.oo I Best one acre or more of Broom Corn 3.00 One-half bushel of eaeli to ha exhihi- Tlle ?rn in the car. Awards will not "e maue "i'3 V;la3S u.nm tn? flm Pf anu?r'' ??12- Committee chosen " urit 01 r alr- GRAIN--CLASS NO. 2. $2.00 2.00 1.00 " lied wneat " " " Rye " " "Oats " " "Flax Seed.... " " "Buckwheat . " " " Clover Seed... " " " Timothy Seed. 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 " " "Barley 1.00 " Sweet Corn in the car 2.00 " 1 bushel corn in the ear 1.00 gallon of Chinese Sugar Cane, 50 VEGETABLES-CLASS NO. 3. Greatest variety of Potatoes S2.00 Best display of Potatoes 1.00 )Z bushel of Potatoes 1.00 " " " Onions 1.00 " " "Sweet Potatoes.... 1.00 " " "Turnips 1.00 " Tomatoes l.co " Carrots 1.00 " dozen Red Beets.. 1.00 " dozen Sugar Beets " " Kershaw Souashes. 50 50 1.00 1.00 " dozen cars Sweet Corn Turbin Squash Hubbard Squash Squash of any kind three heads of Cabbage . . . Baking Pumpkin and largest Pumpkin and three largest water melons and three largest musk melons 1.00 50 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 LOO anu tnree largest Uantelopes. . 1.00 1.00 largest Egg Plant with Fruit. specimen ot caullillowcr LOO 1.00 1.00 Best gallon early hunch beans Best lima or butter beans Largest and best variety of veget- auies exiuuiteu ny any one person 3.00 FRUITS & FLOWERS--Class No. 4. uusuei 01 iaiiappies i.uu Greatest variety of apples 1.00 iest plate of apples CO TCnot- niuil- nf ...... 1. ,. . I : nwu jh-la vi 1 nuiiua. i.uu Jiest ix!ck ot pears. Best peck of fiuinccs, Best peck of plumbs 1.00 Best specimen of grapes 1.00 ureatest variety ol grapes... 1.00 Greatest varietv of flowers 1 m ucst variety 01 uerman or Clilna asters Best collection of pansies 1.00 Most beautiful boquet 2.00 Best and greatest variety of dahlias 2.00 Best collection of Roses 1.00 Best collection green house plants 1.00 Best collection of verbenas 2.00 Best winter verbenas 1.00 FRUITS & FLOWERS--Class No. 4. DRAUGHT HORSES AND MARES-- CLASS NO. 5. 1st. 2d. Best drauslit stallion, over 4 years old JS.00 J3.00 Best uraugiit stallion three years oiu anu under 4, o.uu 2.UU Best draught stallion two years old and under 3, 4.00 2.00 MARES. Best draught marc 4 years oiu anu upward Jj.uu $2.00 2.00 1.00 ucst draught marc 3 years oiu aim under 4 3.00 2.00 Uest draught mare 2 years uiu uuu uuuer o. . . . GELDINGS. Bcstdraiurht tcldinc4 vrs. old and upward 3.00 ' $2.00 licst uraugiit geiuing 3 yrs. oiu anu unuer 4 j.w I'.uu Bestdraughtgelding2yrs. old and under 3 2.00 1.00 2.00 Best span heavy draught jreldings or marcs 0.00 Best span light draught geldings or mares.. . 4.00 2.00 ROADSTERS OR HORSES FOR ALL PURPOSES--CLASS NO. 5. Best stallion 4 years old and upward $3.00 $2.00 2.00 Best stalUon 3 years old UUU UIIULT 4 4.00 Best stallion 2 years old . and under 3 3.00 1.00 Best stallion 1 year old and under a 3.00 1.50 Best spring colt of either sex 3.00 2.00 GELDINGS. Best gelding 4 years old and upward $7.00 4.00 $4.00 2.00 Best gelding 3 years old and under 4 Best gelding 2 years old and under 3 1.00 1.00 SADDLE MATCH AND CARRIAGE SADDLE MATCH AND CARRIAGE HORSES--CLASS NO. 7. Bcsttrottingliorseormarc $10.00 $.'!.00 Best pacing horse or mare 8.00 -1.00 Bet saddle horse or mare 5.00 2.001 Best single driving horc or mare 5.00 2.00 For the fastest trottiii": or pacing horse or marc $15.00 SADDLE MATCH AND CARRIAGE HORSES--CLASS NO. 7. DURHAM OR DEVON CATTLE-- CLASS NO. 8. Best bull 3 years old and over s.i.uo s:i.nn Best hull 2 years old and miller;! 4.00 2.00 Best hull 1 year old and under 2 3.00 1.00 1.00 Best hull calf under one year old 2.00 Best cow 3 years old and over J.00 -w Best heifer 2 j-car-i old and under tnroc 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Best heifer 1 year old and under two . 2.00 Best heifer calf under one year old 2.00 Host .1 year old steer and upward, lilt 8.00 CLASS NO. 8. FINE SHEEP--CLASS NO. 9. buck 2 years old and iimvard lion tTftfll. Ucst buck under 2 years " i old 2.00 1.00 Bc.-t buck lamb 2.00 Best K'11 of 3 ewes over 2 years old. .1.00 2.00 2.00 Best icii of 3 ewes tinder 2 years old 3.00 MIDDLE AND LONG WOOLED SHEEP--CLASS NO. 10. Best buck 2 years old and over . j.oo if . .00 Best buck under 2 years old 2.00 I Best pen of 3 ewes over 2 years old. 2.00 I .Best pen of fat sheep of any kind.. . 3.00 SHEEP--CLASS NO. 10. POULTRY--Class No 11. Best pair or trio of dorkinss Best pair or trio of bramah pootras uest pair or trio oiacK or white po unds Best pair of turkeys Best pair of geese Best pair of ducks Best pair of peafowls Best pair of guinea fowls Best pair of cochin china fowls. SHEEP--CLASS NO. 10. POULTRY--Class No 11. SWINE--Class No 12. Best boar .. Best Sow L, Best aml iar-etT lion- ' ' - SHEEP--CLASS NO. 10. POULTRY--Class No 11. SWINE--Class No 12. Agricultural Implements--Class 13. Best sod plow .... .... Bet subsoil plow Betliill side plow Bestlmv knife Best corn sheller. Best Chinese cane boiler Best harrow Best straw cutter Best farm gate with fastenings. . . Best three hay rakes Best mattock " Best variety of chains for farm purposes Best corn cultivator Best portable hay press Best field roller .... . BJ chMrT1 Belt beehive" or palace! .' ." .' '. '. .' .' '. '. .' Best horse pitch fork and puller. . oesloxjOKe........ Best sausage cutter and stuffer. . . Best apple parer 1 SHEEP--CLASS NO. 10. POULTRY--Class No 11. SWINE--Class No 12. Agricultural Implements--Class 13. MACHINERY--Class No 14. Best threshing machine Best mower ami rranomnmhinwi A Best mowing machine Best horse rake Sffl1:::::::::::;: Best cider mill 1 Best washing machine , Best boring machine Best sewing machine for family i work Best knitting machine Vehicles-Class No 15. Best 2 horse carriage $5.00 toP buSgr Best oiien buirsrv . . Best trotting wacon Best farm wagon 2.00 ucst sieigu Best sled Best wheelbarrow 1-00 Best carriage for children 1.00 Hardware, Queensware and Furniture Hardware, Queensware and Furniture--Class No. 16. Best piano $5.00 organ 2.00 sofa J o.OO bureau 2.00 set chairs 1.00 extension table 2.00 coomng stove for wood with lurmture 3.00 cook-ins stove for coal with furniture 3.00 parlor stove display of copperware display of tinware uispiay 01 edged tools 1.00 display of horse shoes display of glassware display of stoneware Hardware, Queensware and Furniture--Class No. 16. Butter--Class No. 17. Best roll of butter $2.00 ciieese 2.00 Hardware, Queensware and Furniture--Class No. 16. Butter--Class No. 17. Bread--Class No. 18. of bread $3.00 loai 01 rye bread 2.00 rusk " 1.00 euln liminif 1 fin '" i.w pound cake 1.00 lnllTf aa1-a t fr J-' -aivi; ........... J..UU ginger bread loo Hardware, Queensware and Furniture--Class No. 16. Butter--Class No. 17. Bread--Class No. 18. Farm Produce--Class No. 19. Best five pounds honey " five noiinfla mnnli. ciicriiT" live pounds hard soap gallon maple molasses gallon vinegar gallon apple butter. gallon peach butter gallon tomato butter gallon pear butter gallon cjuineo butfer- gallon plum butter three bottles catsup exhibitors kinds of pickles.. exhibit of 3 kinds of jelly exhibit 3 kind3 bottled fruit. 1.00 1.UO LOO 1.00 iJJ; 1.W 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 live pounds dried apples LOO live pounds dried peaches. . . . LOO greatest variety of canned "Uii -. J.OU . XX Wool and Cotton Manufactures-- Class No. 20 T.f o fl. P . , Best a fleeces of wool $2.00 suit men S clothes 2.00 10 yard woolen r-lnth 9 m ini rXX ujw.wa ii4.iiiju. i.uui iu varus piaiu uannei 1.U0 10 yards satinet 1.00 ten yards woolen carrjet 1.00 icn yarus rag carpet 1.00 pair blankets.. . -. 1.00 pair coverlets 1.00 pair gents half hose 50 pair ladies cotton hose 1.00 pair woolen gloves 1.00 hearth rug l.oo wooden shovel 1.00 ill mi, fi.: . , been manufactured since the the Fair of m VI LUIS I HVP 18G9. Ornamental, Needle, shell and Wax Ornamental, Needle, shell and Wax Work--Class No. 21. Best silk bonnet $1.00 ornamental shell work. . 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 patch work quilt fancy quilt counterpane specimen of embroider- specimen crewel work. specimen wax work specimen leather work specimen shell work specimen artificial flowers. .. ladies collar pair gaiters made by a lady. . pair slippers made by a lady, chair tidy 1.00 1.00 1 fWi 1 nn Saddlery, Boots, Shoes and Class No. 22. $3.00 CUUU.U. ............... ""Sgy Harness double set carriage harness. . horse collar. leather trunk " "" 3.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 carpet sack 1.00 one-half dozen whips 1.00 pair gents can boots.sewed. . pair gents calf boots, pegged, pairladies gaiters 2.00 .00 1.00 pair ladies slippers 1.00 pair childrens shoes 1.00 side sole leather i .no side harness leather 1.00 side skirting leather calfskin kip skin 1.00 1.00 1.00 Class No. 22. Graining, Painting and Photography Class No. 22. Graining, Painting and Photography Class No. 23. Best specimen graining in oil $1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 specimen oil painting specimen water colors specimen cravon draw-inn- " specimen steel ensrmvinc?. Seciiiieii photosrrnnli " water color DhotoLM-anii. colored Photograph in oil specimen photograph or por celain specimen daguerreotype like ness siieeinien ainbrotvnc likeness! 1.00 1.00 1.00 siecimen book binding 1.00 specimen card and ornamen lai printing. i.oo display of pictures l.m All articles and stock enti-red fre nf cnarj;e aim .i per rent, nf nrpmtmn awarded will bo retained. All articles mm Rrnef ninaf- ii n ,lw. ia clock ji. of the first day of Fair. Com ifi-tiuuii uiien io an. Kntrles may lie made after Sept. 10, toll. G. Saunders, at the Drug Store, the books. " in in iwr iuc orcsent navi n wrw nt ine track will be made in a nunilu-r nnn pnmlitinn ,ttnl 1.1-i.i.if iiv.. ...m i. inane io ni.iKe tne i air attractive ADMISSION: Slllirln tii-l-nla -. ntc ..I.U.I-n 1.,- " -"v... . uuuui it ii years oi age ijipts; single horse 15 cis: single Horse and uucirv sScta : two lllll.-u L.lilllliru uo CIS. Velocliicdo race free to all riders : first premium $15, second premium $10. SWEEPSTAKES FOR TROTTING AND PACING. Trottinir anil tmr.lnir rnrrn In nimi. nir n .A SSth. rjth anil .'Mill of Sent. ilurliiL. Il.n Tint,,,... .trii;iiiiurii rnir. NO. 1. TrnttliiK puie fur Sept. SStli, $.100.00. Free Iiu an uorcs. i nine neat, a iiest in 5 to iiarnesi i.oittollrst, and t73tu second, and(-3.00to NO. 2. 1.00 Trotting purse for Sept. 29th, $230,00. Free aunorses. 8 mile neats. s Dest out or 3 to " - NO. 3. il.00 1.00 purse Sept. 30th, $250 00. Free ill h. r-es. a mile he its, 3 best in S go as f 1T50O to first, nd $30 00 to second, and $23,00 Entries. 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Entrance feo ten ner cent of the peted for. All entries must be made io ioe cecreiary ai jiaiersDurtr "ost lock box Xa 6, on or before Sept 20th ; 5 to All entrance fees should, to secure a&frtr. sent in registered letters, or Post Office 1.00 will immediately be given to the parties . iiuuiu cuiici vi iuc purses not ue mica king me entries anu me money relunoed. OFFICERS OF FAIR. 3.00 3.00 3.00 13. President D. S. UHL: Vice Pres'f-JUDGE SAUNDERS: Secretary WM. DUXCAX: Treasurer J. C. DUXCAN: Chief Marshal ROBISOX FRENCH. MANAGERS: I ..ij l l "rman, j&icmana pz .lames OHO Allison. Monroe Tn: Enos Morelanil. Trairie 00 PV S, Armstrong, Jr., Saltcreet Tp; .1. 2.00 Tp; (-F.is'er, Oen'nan Tn; l'eter Icnhart. 102d. O. V. V. I. 1.00 1.00 2.00 om l!oO 2.00 $5.0oLf: ti. , 0 m zation. The committee made 2.00 1.00 JSRoTCXSS fUl no L00 2.00 1.00 At a mcetinr of the members the 101 Regt.0. V. V. I. held rtl , t, Odd Fellows' HalL at Ashland, Ohio, A"" 31st' 1870 Lieut- Co1- Joln Huston was appointed President Capt.B. Beerbower, Secretan. Capt 50 J. M. Sloan Cant R Rpprhnwpr 50 "J-i", vapi. u. ueemower ana 50 anil J. b. Hudson were appointed as eommittpo nil TVrmniiDnt nriroii following report which was adopted, t? t:.i. -... , IT J a f rt - -t 1 r. . r"' 01 SurcvP Ohio; Secretary, John F. Hudson, ilillers- burg, Ohio; Corresponding Secre taries, 3Icssrs. Joe. Hon", Mansfield, John Horn, Wooster, Lieut. J. Duncan, of Oxford, Jacob McCauley 00 Of Ashland. Trcisiirnr T.ipnr. TT UO A. ..J- .11 , n times, ui .U.5UIUUU. xl was Jlesoh-ed, That Mansfield. Ohio. Oct. 13th, 1871, be the time and place of the next meeting of the Regi- Iiesolved, That the thanks of the regiment be returned to the citizens of Ashland, for their cordial wel come and that wc ever will grate fully remember the 31st of August, 1870. JResolved, That the Secretary fur nish the proceedings of this meet ing to each of the papers in Holmes, v ayne, itichland and Ashland coun ties for publication. JOHN HUSTON, Pres't B. BEERBOUR, Secretary. Millersburg Market. CORRECTED BY H. & B. HERZER, General Produce and Commission Merchants. General Produce and Commission Merchants. SEPTEMBER 7th, 1870. FI.0UTL a Mil.. Rfftnil. ?rco 1 05 93 WHEAT, No. 1, bush, WHEAT. Nn.2. If oil Imcli CORN, bnsli? - - -HYK. ' . . 1IAIELEV, TOffiH) -35 OATS, new, V. bush. - f.r n v i-i w timothy aEEb? I VI 4 X- tPPli -.r,i, misn- G SO 4 00 , I .jjjil, )HL1T.EASS. 1 aSl 73 i joig,i .j POTATOES. IlAY, W ton, -EGGS. W doz w 0 00 LAUD, " -1.00 HAMS. SHOULDERS, Q lb., - DRIED APPLES, W lb., DRIED PEACHES, lb., PARED PEACHES, " RAGS, lb. FEATHERS, (lib. SALT, fi bbL retail, - KOOf. 11 5 7108 14 3 75 1 1 wu, ucr curu, - 3 504O0 The wheat market is still Terr dull and we do not make any change In our former quota tions, bnt since our last wheat has ranged mgnerbut with outany stability. is SO 16 13 16 NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET. NEW YORK. Sent. K Vfltcattln nw nil cnll. Ing and nearly as high as last week. Thin stock is Ue lower than last vreet and afrwlpft over. Sheep for the week 38,300 head; to-ilay io,ac fat sheep sold at 6a6e and scarce: poor goslowat4a5c; sales hare been made :U3)a-c for scallawag lots. -Lambs are abundant and lower, 9c being the top price for prime, and Tto nas sc for common to fair. Hogs for the week were neaa; martet scarcely as strong, a fev fOlnBoverlSc. Hogs of 250 lbs sold alive at - jic;inerange isizal3cloruresed. CLEVELAND MONEY MARKET. CLEVELAND MONEY MARKET. TUESDAY, NOON, Aug. 30. ing. and the market for Currency Is steady and moderately comfortable. Eastern Exchange is x lit" u cm it iiu lor muncv is iair rnitnor. nrp. tuiumvr utiicrsuuiujr uut men; is no surplus and the market is firm. The followinir are the closlnc ratrs nf Snpeii Gold Buying, ili;,- 108 105 Selling. Silver lar: 113 111 108 u:i Sies of issi, coupons 114 Five-Twenties Ilwi2l Miiinann lias.' Ui'i Five-Twenties (18W) coupons 111' Vive.Twpnf lixs MftKM minwn lllif 113j III 111 Five-Twenties (1866) couponsllO Five-Twenties (1867) coupons 100 Fivc-Tenties(1868coiiuons 110.' 110JJ 1103.' 110 Ten-Forties ex. in. coupons 105 106,V I CLEVELAND MARKET. TUESDAY, August 30, 1870. I FLOUIL The market in dull anil inar.tlrp. Wo note OA follows: White XX, $8.008,23 WHEAT. Dull aud henvr: ir2 lmrpr: No. 1 red winter fl.16; No. 2 LH as nominal run;. CORN" Market dull, nomtnnllv nnr.iinnfrWlr haU of- m r v t .t.i . r- V-v a 1 OATS In moderate request but lower; sales RYE Ouiet: nrices nomlnnl nt flY3JV- -with xiic uiarkt:i. is wiuiont acuon, pnees are nominaL laud steaav a Ami nnrhfini(l Tin Arm- tiiy rcuucrai iiviii at io;.c in tierces, i ic in Keir. CMOVPn M I.' .TO M .. - ... 1 - wc quote city sugar cured canvassed Hams at 23c; do. Shoulders at 16c: uncanvasseit 15?fc; isacon 1 ic; urieu ueei zic. isecr Tongue ?7.50 BUTTEU The nferket is steadv anil hiirher for choice; prime to choice Western Keservc, heldat2526c: etra nice do. in small itar.k. 1'ur.uis 'me marcet is steady and Arm; UUI'I 11CLM USMIJ VT.n Tli.lt Yau- IWk 1..., B18e. l'OTATOES Good demand, at t2 00! 23 per MullVI. AllllTllur IUulllll-1 tUl'Sl C"J. NEW YORK MARKET. NEW YORlZ. Sent. Flnur rlnspil liMtr mil r. (?10e. lower. Wheat dull and lower at I1.U7IO i,iuiurru.iisiinnjr, anu tV-'iaiprJ lor winter reil and amber western. live heavy at 85c Oats lower and dull at 4Sa53 lor new Ohio. Corn lower and heavy SSaSIc for new mixed western. i-ors uuu ami neavy at jT,Siairi,3T. Ilecf quiet uuu. nuiBij . iHtuu tu,ei anu urm. I THE I MPR OVED LAMB KIITTII MACHINE. HViiVA stands to-day without an equal! w orm all tlie other Knittimj Ma chines m distance for family use. As thousands are willlinr to Ipsiir.- Knit. every thin ir, from a small coni to a beilsnreail. Knits widens ftnl narrows the same as bv I. ..ml o,..t .n.r...i 1.- ,l . i o..t.t., . ... mi Min in Ho siery. Knits a pair or six-ks in 30 minutes, easily. Tlie I,amb Machine wns awarded the highest premiums at all Mntenn.ll'.umty il ,. ',.! ) iiuirr kuiucrin world. Its Hosiery and Knit HimmI. y,.u-.hi tho llrst premium nt every fair here exhili lled. lis Hosiery took the highest prize, J23, at Ihc creat Eviiosltloii of Textile Fabrics, Inith i.l lH'.s .m.l lw,!, llo not take HIV Wonl for it. lint mil nrin.l stamp for circular and sample stiH-klni;, ami lie ronvim-cil. KesiKinsible ncents wantetl. GEO. Y. SCHOOLKY. Gen. Asr't. Cm3 l'ost OOlco llulI.lliiL-. Alliance. Oliio. GEORGE SCHNORR, Dealei: in F'a.mily Groceries, 1'JIOVISIOXS, l'c. main STiti:i.T, MlllereburB, O. the to nlease to under Office, i enter h orders. ma notice. Po- of in " nrl T C. I THE BEST. FIRST - RATE CIGARS FIVE AND TEN CENTS. to har - W Jiolesalo tfc 3R.ota.il: Aug. 20, 1ST0.-Im2 At the BOOK STORE' Millersburg Lime Kiln 1 MILE EAST OP TOWN, OX THE MAXWELL FARM. HE undersigned would rcsDectfullr an nounce to the nuhlic that thev have lauii; uu uuiiu, ai tucir i.iin, a superior quai ty of Ienla Xitmc And are prepared to All all orders promptly. Im3 HECKER & BURNET. SOMETHING JTEW! The Family Bible! With Xotes and Instructions. Just Published bythe American Tract Society. uvery famUy should have one. For sale at the Aug. 20,1810. Im3 BOOK STORK. A. JT. SIIJEPZEIt, OF PHOTOGRAPHY, I Corner of Main and Clay Streets, MLT.LERSBURG, - - OHIO. My Facilities for Large Work ARE UXSUHPASSED. Doing ESj-I mate INDIA INK PICTURES a specially. brandt Photo. Call and See Specimens. Photos Tinted X REE. ltf F. LEETY, Dealer in Wines, Liquors, &c. Corntr of Main. t South Clay Strtett, 2tf Millersburg, O. auditor op state's office, Department of Ixsokaxce, Columbcs, O, Junc.21th, 1S70. TT IS HEREBY CERTIFIED, THAT THE Albany City Insurance Co. i icaica at Aiuanr. in the state or New Yort. llas complied, in all respects, with the laws of this btate relating to Fire Insurance Conipa- I ulc3t currciib car, aim liaa lueil in mis lucc a sworn statement, by the proper oflicers I thereof, showing its condition and business, at tn0 ualc 01 SI,C" statement, (December 31, 1RK!) , . . . Amount of Actual paid np Capital, $200,000.00 Aggregate am t 01 available Assets, 4U,31U1Z Aggregate amount of Liabilities, ex- cept capital, includiug re-insur- ance, 23G,C!SJB Amount of Income for the preceding ear, in caso, b,ujj.4u Amount of Expenditures fortheprc- In witness whereof, I havo hereunto sub- L. S. Seal of my office to be affixed, the dar scriuen mv name, nnn r.mspri thi and year abore written. Auditor oTSiate. Insurance effected in this Company with A. J. BELL, Agent, Millersburg, O. BOOTS & SHOES ! A rS H' It. I IV! r-VI j I IN rS BOOT Al iOE STORE ON HANDS AGAIN! TTE HAS GONE EAST TO PURCHASE it larirer stock of Boots. Shoes and Gaiters man ever, FOR FALL & WINTER WHICH HE WILL SELL AT THICKS Lower Than Can be Bought Elseivherc. Men's Heavy Boots, S3.00 to 56. oo Men's Kip Boots, S4.00 to 56.00 Men's Calf Boots, S4.00 to SIO.OO Boy's Boots, all Kinds, 51.50 to S4.00 Women's Balmorals, Calf, Coat and Kid. Women's Water - Proof Caiters. Ladies' Lace Boots, Choap and Good, 75c. to S4.50 Children's Shoes, tll Kinds, A large variety and dec Moll y cheap. Gum Boots. GumS7ioe$ Jiulben; Sandafoy AH size, anl clicier than cer. ALASKA'S & ARCTIC'S ! Overshoes in Abundance. ALSO, A LAKliK I.OT OF I'lMMi: Sole Leather I SHOEMAKER'S FIiDIifiS, .11 rrices that Cannot be Real. Call and Soo Mo, and I will Civo You a Cood Bargain. Thankful for liast favors. 1 solicit n rnnttm,. ance of the same. A. SHRINIPLlN, ron Anif. ISTO.-ltf ' SUBSCRIBE FOR it: - 2 HOLMES COUNTY The Largest and Best Family Paper XZV CEJSTTItAZ OHIO, ONXiTT $2.00 per 'Year! In Advance. Printed on Fine Paper, and Filled with Desirable and Beneficial Reading. If You Want The Latest News ! Home & Foreign Markets ! TAKBTHB 1P1LIGM." Address Holmes Co. Kcpnblican, Millersburg, Ohio. WMIM Watoliss AXD Jewelry Let earthquakes come, And thunders roll, And shake this earth From pole to pole; Let eagles to their acme soar, But don't forget to buy your Watches at Jacobs' store. WELTY JACOBS, DEALER IX Watches, Jewelry AND PLATED WARE ! MIJjLBllSJt Till G, OHIO. WISH to say to the public that I hare lately received a larsre selection of GOOD JEW. ELRY AND WATCHES, which I now offer at verv small margin. I nnrchase mv Watches from a honse in New York that cannot be un dersold, therefore, that enables me to SELL CHEAP. I give below a . PHICE TiTST 5 American Watch Con Waltham, Mass. Waltham make Movements. 435.00 to $200.00 30X0 to 70X0 16J0 to 20.50 13.00 to lt!0 aT3 to 10J3 Appleton. Tracy A Co., P. . llartlett, Williftm T-'llpf-ir. Home Watch Co. Xational Watch Con Elgin, Illinois. B. W". Ramond, Movements, 5.00 3SJ0 SOSS 24.73 19 JO 1GJS0 19.80 S5.00 33.00 - t-uiver, jiovcmenis, H.Tavlor. . W. Wheeler. jiac. Usui, J. T. Ryerson, Wm. II. I Ferry. Francis Rubie. (Lady's siie.l Lady Elgin, t3 The above Movements have Dust- Bands, Patent Centre Pinions, and war ranted. Coin Silver Cases : Two Ounce, Three Ounce. Silver Joints. Three Ounce, Gold Joints, . 11.60 x lijO 14.1(1 13.25 2L23 our uunce, Oliver joints, 'our Ounce. Gold Joints. Five Ounce. Gold Jolntst Sis Ounce, Gold Joints, GOLD CASEg- TEOPORTIOy. -REPAIRING.' Neatly Executed at Very low Figures. Kemcmher the place, Main Street, Opposite the Empire House, McLEP.SBTJKG, An? ISM. ltf Omo. C J. TqoRHES. JOHN T. HUDSOS. VOORHES & HUDSON, STOfEAlTlSW, Stt'll in the Field, VTITII TIIE BEST COAL & WOOD STORES IN THE MARKET. IRON KING! Xcw Stove, on new principles, patent flues that never choke, ash pan, Ac- Will be pleased to give references. NEW WORLD ! The largest wood cook stOTC made, and best baker. Largest Iu fact, hate a largo and select stock of CooMnE,.HeaHn & Parlor OF ALL MAKES AND CRADES. WE WARRANT ALL OUR STOVES. Grate Fronts (faint Snamttta:.) Iron and Wood Pumps. Sherman's Clothes Wringers, Warranted the best made. Kitchen Hardware. Tin and Copper Ware. Sheet Iron & Wooden Ware. Pocket & Table Cutlery, &c. Tin Hoofing and Sponting. JOB WORK AND REPAIRING Pone n 1th neatness and dUpatch, and at prices as low as me lowest. REMEMBER TIIE PLACE, EXCELSIOR STOVE STORE One Door West of Empire House. VOORHES i HUDSON, jtr