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Holmes County Republican.
XiO OAXiS. Millersbukg, 0., : Sept. 22, 1S70. OUR AGENTS. The following persons are anthoriied to as our agents for the Eepcclicak. All names handed in for subscription, or advertisements for the paper, will receive prompt attention: F. D. BELN'AP, Wooster, Ohio. J. P. SIITJXK, VTilmot, Stark County, Ohio. Business Men Get your bills and circulars printed time for the Fair and show. Geological Specimens. Judge Saunders has, in his Drug Store a specimen of petrified limb together with the bark, which is quite natural He also has a specimen of petrified clover which shows the leaf plainly. It is ev idently a part of a heap of clover. The limb was taken out CO feet from the sur face of the "round. Farmers Repairing. A great many of our farmers are now makinir improvements. Xcw houses are going up and old ones are being re paired. Fences are being rebuilt and repairs of all kinds are noticed. This we are glad to sec. It shows thrift and energy. . A Good Shot. 3Ir. Lee Butler near Oxford, gome time since, shot two wild geese at one shot with his rifle. He aimed at one, and just as he shot another stepped in be tween and the ball passed through both A New Song. A new piece of music is out entitled "Father will Settle the Bill." Quite number of our young ladies have already learned it and are practicing it lively. Attempted Suicide. The quiet town of Winesburg had its repose somewhat stirred on' last Thurs day by the announcement that one of its occupants had cut his throat. Charles Authenreith wishing to put an end to his existence took a razor and went out to the back part of his lot and made a cut on either side of the neck, and one on his wrist. He was carried into the house and his wounds dressed and is fast recovering; on Sunday lie wa3 able to walk around. 'Whisky was the cause of it all. 'When will people learn to let the fiery serpent alone ? Improvements. In looking around our town we find quite a number of improvements going on. The Butler House -is undergoing repairs. It has been sanded, painted anew and is now being blocked. It will soon look like a new building entirely. 2T. P. ilcCormick, the jeweler, is also putting a second story to his house. The new house of D. AVolgamot on the upper end of Hain street, is approach ing completion. We are told that Bald win Herzer is about letting a contract for a new dwelling opposite B. &C. Herzer's Warehouse. We notice that their Warehouse (red one) has a new roof. .Brick are now being hauled for repairs on the Lutheran Church. Republican County Convention. Elsewhere in to-day's paper will be found the call for a Convention to nom inaie a county ticket to be voted for at the coming OctoberVlection. Republicans, are you fully alive to the importance of this step ? Do you real ize the necessity for prompt and vigilant action, necessary to retrieve the politi cal fortunes of Holmes County ? Let us come together on that day and nomi nate a ticket that will challenge the sup port of every good citizen regardless of former party ties. Then with a united determination on the part of all good citizens, if success will not follow, wo will at least have performed our duty. Another Murder. A terrible affair, which took place about two railes west of Mansfield on the farm of H. Hall, resulted in the Instant death of Edward McCullough, at the hands of Charles Hall, son of the owner of the farm. " McCullough was a hired hand on the place, and in com pany with young Hall, Edward Town send his brother-in-law and wife, Mrs. Townsnd,had gone to town to attend a circus. After the show was over they went to get their team at the livery stable, and it seems they did not see Charley Hall there and drove off with out him., -This enraged him, being in toxicated, and he ordered a horse and Tjuggy and drove after them. Coming up to them near their home, he said to Townsend that he wished to speak to him. After getting out, he came up to Townsend and asked him why lie had Mot waited for him. They said they did not see him and did not know he was there. After much hard language, young Hall drew a revolver and shot his brother-in-law through the wrist. McCul lough then stepped in between them and seized him, during the scuffle which ensued, the pistol was discharged, and the ball passed through McCullough's brain killing him instantly. Hall is now in jail. Holmes County. Little Holmes which has been so long left out in the cold, is now being exam ined by Mr. Reed, Assistant State Geolo gist, who pronounceshermineral wealth very large, as far as he has gone. He now in Washington town?hip making examinations, and expects to work this way. From indications of ore found different parts of the county we have no hesitancy in saying that Holmes county will yet stand among the first counties of the State in mineral resources, and that before the next ten years pass, her valleys will be lined with furnaces. Judge Saunders showed us some speci mens of ore taken from his mines west of town, which are very rich. 3Ir. Jfew bury, chief of staff of Geological Sur vey, pronounced them from sixty to sev enty per cent. iron. Mr. Saunders says the vein, at the cropping out, is about two feet thick. Mr. Reed desires that those who have any appearance of min erals of any kind, to get them into shape so that he may be able to make thorough examination. Wc hope that our fanners will take a great interest this matter, as it may be, of great bene fit to tlicm. To have a rich mine lying buried un der a farm is a very nice thing, but have it opened out and in running order bringing in the dollars, is another much better thing. There can be no doubt there is a vast amount of wealth stored away in these hills. If so, an effort should be made have it brought forth. The coal fields which are now being opened are exten ded and of a rich quality. As the aminations go on, wc shall from time time give our readers the results. Robinson's Trial. The trial of Anson L. Robinson the murder of Mrs. Lunsford, has fixed for Monday, September 20th. prisoner was arraigned on last Monday, and plead "not guilty" to the charge. FAIR. act in .Next week the Fair will be held. Those having articles for exhibition should be getting them -ready, as Tuesday the Fair opens. The ' pre miums offered are quite liberal. The total amount of premiums is $2,500. A very large premium is offered to competing Bands. Let there be several present to compete for the premium. A good Fair is what ev ery county should have- Turn out then and make it so. Ladies bring on your articles for Floral Hall and make it as interest ing as possible. SHOW. Our people will please bear in mind that on next 'Wednesday Van Ambnrg cfc Co's. Great Menagerie will exhibit in Millcrsburg. This is not a circus show, but purely an imal. Quite a number of new ani mals have been added which make it one of the best, if not the best trav eling show on the country. Don't fail to sec the animals. The great objection to shows in general, with many people, is the presence of the circus also. There will be no cir cus performance. LOST. A gold Breast Pin Cross.enameled, attached to a satin ribbon bow. Any person finding this will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at this of fice. NOTICE. The Holmes County Medical So.- ciety meets at Millcrsburg, on Tues day, Oct. 4th, at 1 o'clock p. jl 2w. A Terrible Catastrophe. The English iron-plated war steamer, Captain, went down off Cape Finisterre. All on board, five hundred in number perished. S. Marx & Brother J Have returned from the East and have received a mammoth stock of Fall and Winter Goods consisting of Ready-made Clothing and Gentiemens' Furnishing Goods. Offering great inducement;. We therefore invite our patrons and people in general to call and see our stock before purchasing elsewhere S. Marx & Brother S. MARX & BRO. Trial of McCurdy. is in a in to and to to for been The The trial for the murder of his son, closed last week in 3It. Gilead. This man killed son on the 23th of last Xevembcr in manner which caused the greatest in dignation among the citizens of Card ington where it occurred. There had been some difficulty-in the family, and the father had ordered the son never to speak to him again. The son afterwards went to the store where his father was to procure some clothes that .were there, when the father shot him dead. The oc currance at the time caused the greatest excitement, and it was with difficulty the man escaped being lynched on the spot. Afterasomewhatlengthytrial,thc jury, to the utter astonishment of all, returned a verdict of "not guilty. This puts us in mind of what we heard a preacher once say, "that if there is anyone thing that God Almighty don't know, it Is what the verdict of a petit Jury will be." McCurdy was in Millcrsburg a few days since The 3It. Gilcad Sentinel makes the following comment on the trial: "The case throughout excited an in tense-interest in tills county, and the court room was densely crowded every daj-, with the men and women of the town and country- Never in the his tory of the county, has such a feeling pervaded our community. Public sen timent teas almost unanimously for con viction, differing merely as to whether it should be murder in tne nrst, or second degree or manslaughter. The case was'fully arid carefully pre pared and thoroughly tried on both sides. The arguments of Counsel evinced dili gent preparation and great ability. JSvcrv citizen ieic mat me Aiioraq s jur the State discharged their duty in a highly creditable manner. The- charge of the court by Judge Geddes occupied over one hour in defivcry, and was ac knowledged by all to be clear, thorough and impartial. The. charge of the Court was perfectly satisfactory to the prose cution, and after it was delivered the al most universal sentiment was that the case was made too-plain for any Jury to err, and yet to the utter astonishment and mortification oi me community me uc fendanttras acquitted. It is a reproach to the law and weakens the public con fidence in a trial by jury. Our readers who have not yet that neeessary household article, a"scw- ing machine." will find it to their inter est to examine the "Howe" machine thoroughly before buying any other. See advertisement of Menucz & Rood in another place. -ILBird & Son make suits to order on the shortest notice, always warran ted to fit. lw Wc take pleasure in calling the attention of our many readers to the ad vertisement, in another place, of L. May ers, who is just 'receiving an immense stock of fall and winter goods, consist ing of dry goods, groceries, queenswarc, boots and shoes, hats, caps and furs. While you are at the Fair don't forget to call on M. Bird fc Son to buy a good suit of Clothing Cheap. 1 w E.Xegelspach has made a change in his advertisement since receiving his extensive fall and winter goods. Mr. Isaac Marx has just returned from the cast and tells us he has made a Heavy purciiaso oi iaii anu wimer Rcadyrmadc Clothing, Gent's Furnish ing Goods, &c., which they will sell at low figures. We noticed M. Bird & Son recciv ing a lot of new goods the other day. Sec M.Bird & Son's new style white linen shirts. They are perfect gems. The Imperial Front open on the back. , lw. Mr. John F. Hudson, of tjic firm of Voorhcs & Hudson, started cast on Tuesday morning, for the purpose of laying in a full supply of goods. This enterprising firm are doing a good busi ness in the stove and tin business. -James E. Wcscott, f:ihionablc merchant tailor, of Woostcr, makes his appearance ill our columns this week. We have known Mr. Weseottfor many years, and know him to bo always up to the times, and docs everything in first class style. Some of our farmers not far from town, were caught engaged in a shocking business a day or two ago: They were cutting corn. Try M. Bird & Son and see for yourselves thattheir store is the place to buy clothing cheap. It - The nolmes County Parmer has just discovered that there is another paper published in Millcrsburg. There will be a hog at the Fair that weighs fifteen hundred pounds. Mrs.Mozer, an old lady living in Oxford, died Saturday evening and her remains were taken to Napoleon for interment on Sunday morning. L. B-Bird has just come from the cast-frith a nice Stock of Clothing. It Mr. McAfee, who lives abont two miles west of town, had a horse die some days ago from eating green corn A Mrs. McKce, quite an aged lady, living some distance out of town, was buried last Friday. M. Bird & Son sells cheaper than any one in town for money. 1 w Some man took a notion to stack a load of hay on the corner of Wash ington and Adams streets, but conclu ding, after unloading it, that it was not a very good place for hay, reloaded it and drove off to some more desirable place. Remember the Fair commences next Tuesday. Get your articles for exhibition ready. -Tee Steam JIiia Store. John Spencer & Sons, have just filled their store room, at Paint Valley, with afresh stock of goods from the east, consisting of dry goods,groccries,hardware,quecns ware, boots, shoes and gaiters,which they are offering cheap. Read their adver tisement. -We are requested to say that where there is no competition no premiums will be awarded at the Fair. -The Howe Sewing Machine will be on exhibition at the Fair where all can have a "chance to'see itwork. The Home of Washington. For nearly a quarter of a century past, Benson J. Lossing, the artist-author of "Field Book of the Revolution," "His tory of the United States," etc, has been one of the most diligent and successful laborers in the rich field of American history. During that time he has trav eled more than thirty thousand miles, extending to almost every portion of the Union, in order to procure sketches of various scenes and objects of historic interest; for it is good fortune to be equally happy in the use ofbothpenand pencil. Attractive and popular though all his works have been, Mr. Lossing's latest volume is justly considered the crown ing success of his life, its title is as fol lows :". The Home of Washington; or, Mount Vernon and Its Associations, Historical, Biographical and Pictorial." It is a subscription book, being sold through agents -entirely. A copy now lies upon our table, from that enterpris ing firm, E. Hannaford & Co., 177 West Fourth St, Cincinnati. -N o more beautiful book has gladdened bur eyes for many months, than this shapely quarto, painted on superfine and elegantly-tinted paper, and gotten up in the highest style of the typographic art. A steel-plate portrait, from the celebrated painting of Gilbert Stuart, and an engraving of Mount Vernon, also on steel cmbelishthe front of the book while the text of the work is illus trated with no less than one hundred and forty-eight of Lossing's charming pictures,ac similes of interesting MSS., etc. The binding is both elegant and substantial. "The Home of Washington" is un doubtedly the most complete, satisfac tory and delightful record ever prepared of the domestic and private life of "The Father of his Country." Every American is, of course, familiar with the General, the Statesman, and the President, but this work reveals to ns the Man, in all the dignity and beauty of his personal character. It also furnishes a great amount of fresh and interesting matter, not attainable from any other source, and is the only work extant describing fully the condition, past and present, of Mount Vernon. Many of the illustra tions describe articles of which the orig inals are now lost to the world forever swept ruthlessly away by the storms of civil war. The publishers, announce a large and rapidly increasing circulation of this de lightful volume. Wc are not surprised at this. Its national character, the reputation of its artist-author, and its low price, together with'the unexcelled beauty of its mechanical execution and its perfect wealth of illustrations, are all calculated to make it one of the most popular and rapidly-selling books of the age. We commend this, "household treasure" to the attention of our readers, whether book agents or book buyers. E. Hannaford & Co., thcCincinnati pub lishers, are a firm who publish only first class works, and equip their agents in the very best style. A Brave, Pure Book. The PirrsiCAi, Life of Woman: Ad vice to the Maiden, Wite and Mother. By George H. Xapheys, A. M. M. D., Chief of Clinic of Jefferson Medical Col lege,Philadelphla ; Author of "Compend ium of Modern Therapeutics," etc., etc Cincinnati: E. Hannaford & Co- Pub lishers of First Class Subscription Books. This is a really excellent work, scien tific and. yet" eminently practical, in re gard to a most important class of sub jects, which,unfortunately, it has hither to been left almost entirely to the quack, the empiric, or the sensationalist, to "write up" for the million. It treats of the hygiene of woman, In her various relations of maiden, wife and mother, and of the married state in general. Difficult as it may appear, these sub jects are handled with such precision and firmness, and yet so delicately, that the work has recieved the hearty en. dorsemcntof many of the most distin guished physicians, clergymen, and philanthropists of the country. Among the number are Ex-Surgeon General Hammond, Henry Ward Beecher, Rev Horace Bushncll, D. D., Dr. R. Shcl- ton Mackenzie, Rev. Dr. Mark Hop kins. President of Williams College, with many other names equally emin ent. The work is sold through local or traveling agents entirely, and, in our judgment, offers an extraordinary op portunity for securing a very lucrative business. The address of the publish ers is as above given. For the Republican. Editors BErcnLicAX, The un dersigncd'being frequently intcrro gated in relation to the manage ment of the Fair to be held at Mill crsburg, on the 27th, 28th 29th and 30th instant, say to the public, through your paper, that said Fair is not under the control or manage mcntof the Holmes County Agri cultural Society; nor arc wc in any way connected with said Fair. President Q. F. Newton; Secretary Baldwin Herzer; Treasurer C. S. Vorwcrk. MANAGERS OF HOLMES COUNTY AGM cultural societv: Peter Painter, Isaac Harpstcr, Elias Mast, Charles Uhl, A. Ingles, L. M. Emerick, Washington Cowan. For the Republican. September 20th, 1870. The number of deaths in Ha vana from yollow fever, for the week ending on Saturday Inst was 560. SCIENTIFIC BEE CULTURE. [CONTINUED.] The next two, a strong one and a weak one, I gave the whole opening of the tops for ventilation, covered them with old carpet, and put them in the cellar in the dark. They both wintered very well. The next two, also strong and weak, I ventillated to extreme, and left them on their summer stands. The weak one had 15 pounds of hone-, the strong one G3 pounds. In the spring the weak one was stronsrer tnan tne siruuj; one, but had to be fed a little. The strong one wintered badly, because of the too great amount of cold honey, and would have also perished with the same amount of upper ven tilation that I gave the other strong one wintered out. Those in the rell.ir having wintered best I, of course, adopted that plan, but it is also verv uncertain. If the winter is rainy with occasional thaws, and the air damp for a week or two at a time, there is but one method more certain of destruction to your bees than to have them in the cellar, that is the sulphur pit. In preparing your colonics for winter, sec by the 15th of September that your bees have as a standard 25 to 30 pounds of honey (no guessing). If there arc some which have not the amount necessary and you are anxious to keep them over feed them late in the evenings and be sure to protect them from robbers by keeping your feed shut up so outsiders cannot smell it. Feed fast, give them all they can carry down of a night, otherwise they will eat it greedily and not store it in their cells. Feed ing must be done early enough to cap over before it is too cold. This feeding we speak of for those who may wish to keep over some favorites but as a practice wc condemn it. Bees should be so managed that there are no weak colonies in the fall. The practice of allowing swarms to issue too late to secure a sufficiency of food, and then merci lessly and shamefully murder them with the fumes of burning sulphur for their scanty stores, is well I will let the ladies round up that period for me, they are generally tender hearted, and wo will assign the pitiable case for future improve ment to their kind advocacy. Gen tlemen you can winter bees success fully if j'ou will only make artificial swarms, make them the first and second week in June. Keep them strong, they will then have stores enough and to spare. When it is time to see them in winter quarters, ventilate and protect them so they will keep dry and whatever it may be that can be done that icill keep them dry in winter, and protect them from the influences of sudden changes of temperature, is that which will insure success. 1'ou will then have no mouldycombs, no dis eased bees and no weak colonies in the spring. As no positive rule for the exact amount of ventilation can be given, wc would advise to give enough of upper air space not to subject the bees to too much of a current of frosty air, but make the entrance small and if the colony is weak, guard against keeping them too cold, just enough of open space above to keep them dry. A very strong colony may have 3 or 4 square inches of upper open space, if there is a little piece of old carpet or some straw filled in the upper cham ber. When the winter evenings afford time to the husbandman and bee keeper for reading, we will be glad to have, "now and then," a friendly chat with those readers of the Republican, who may feel inter ested in the mysteries of the inside of the bee hive. The natural his tory of "the little insect will afford the curious thinker a source of pleasure, and will well repay the time spent in reading about such an orderly governed commonwealth as the "Feminine Monarchy." A. B. FREY. The weather continues warm and dry. The farmers are afraid to sow their wheat for fear that it should sprout from the moisture of the dew, and be scorched by the heat of the sun. We hope there will be rain soon. ST. JOHN'S CONGREGATION. GERMAN SERVICE BY REV. J. SPOERRI. every Sabbath morning, at 10 o'clock. Sab bath School at 9 o'clock. EVANG. LUTHERAN CHURCH. SERVICES EVERY OTHER SABBATH AF- temoon, by Rev. John Culler. MARRIAGES. MARRIED. At theKmnlre If once. Mlllers- burg, on September the 16th. by Robert Just ice Esq., Mr. John Kelly and Mrs. Mary Kennedy of Napoleon, Ohio. DEATHS. DIED At the residence of her son-in-law. Robert F.Gray,SeptemberlMh,MjLBT MCKiz, aged 73 years, & months and 23 days. Mxbt McKee was one of the old residents of Holmes County, and for many years a pro fessor of religion. She died in the fellowship of the Disciple Church, and leaves a large cir cle of children and relatives to mourn her loss. Her funeral was largely attended, and a ser mon was preached by W. J. Sharpe, from 1st Corinthians, 15: 57. May her removal be sanc tified to the family and the Church of God. W. J. S. AGENTS, READ THIS! f50 to fSOO per month made by Aye nts selling The Home of "Washington ! Or, Mount Vernon and its Associations, bv Benson J. IX)satso. 150 illustrations, tinted paper, handsomely bound. Only book on the suujccu r.very lamuy wants a copy, uni crsally considered the crowning success of TjV.Kinf-' lift ThK KimluimKl nnn.,1.. I.t of the year and the most liberal terms, t-end for our samnlc circular fillnstratedl. etc.. and Judge for yourself. Agents already at work nrc- noing spirnumiy. .iiuiress J-.. IIANNA FORI! & CO., Publishers, 177 West Fourth M, Cincinnati, O. 5w2 Paper Collars, Paper Cuffs, Paper Bosoms. In all numbers, styles, &c,comtantly on hand. Wo intend to make this branch of our bus iness a specialty, and If keeping up with the times win insure success, we n 111 win It. Gents will always find on our shcUcsthe micai ana Dcstsijie oi uniars. At the BOOK STOKE. Millcrsburg, Aug. 18, 1870. lmJ THE BEST. FIRST - RATE CIGARS! FIVE AND TEN CENTS, wr 2i.olos Mlo Xl.oto.il, Aug. 20, 1870.-lm3 At tho BOOK STORE- Millersburg Market. CORRECTED BY CORRECTED BY H. & B. HERZER. General Produce and Commission Merchants. General Produce and Commission Merchants. SEPTEMBER 21st, 1870. FLOUR. 3 bl)l Retail. 6 09 WHEAT, No. 1. bush-, WHEAT, No." Red, trash, CORN, bush. -RYE. " - -BARLEY, " ... OATS. new. bush. . 1 05 95 3 C3 axsso - 33 CLOVER SEED. bush, TIMOTHY SEED, 4 00 FLAX SEED. - 1 i axai WHITE BEANS, - 1-UlAlVhS. -HAY. ton. - - 50 c 00 - 20 - 10 13 1G 13 EGGS, dot. - . -BUTTER. lb. CHEESE, ' - - HAMS. - - SHOULDERS, W lb, -TALLOW, -1 DRIED APPLES. W lb. DRIED PEACHES. vi Ib 7 to 8 PARED PEACHES. - -RAGS. lb. FEATHER-. lb. 14 3 SALT, bbL retail, -WOOI, V. lb. - - 2 50 WOOD, per cord, - 3S0100 The wheat market is still very dull and we do not make any change in our former quota tions, but since our last wheat has ranged higher but ith outany stability. NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET. New Yoke. Sent. 20. Fat cattle are all sell inj- and nearly as high as last week. Thin stock is ?;c lower than last week and a few left over, nucep for the week 33,200 head; to-day 10,50c fat sheep sold at 6a6)Xc and scarce; poor (rosIowat4a5c; sales have been made at3sC lor scallawag lots. Lambs are abundant and lower, 9c being the ton price for prime, and 1 to 8c for common to fair. Hots for the week were 14.600 head; market &carccly as strong, a few ugoTcri,'c. .nogs oizaj los soia aim i; the range is 12al3c for dressed. CLEVELAND MONEY MARKET. TUESDAY, Sept. 20. The demand for moncr is fair bnt not press ing, and the market for Currency is steady and moderately comfortable. Eastern Exchange is in ratner ocuer supply out mere is no surplus and the market is firm. The following are the closinr rates of r-uccie and Government Securities in this market: Buvinir. Selling. 114-4' 111 103 114 113 Gold 113J," SilTer large 108 Silver small . 105 Sixes of 18S1, coupons 113;; r lve-nvenncs iiBotj conpons 112;; Five-Twenties (1864) coupons mf Five-Twenties (1865) conpons Hljf Fire-Twenties (1866) coaponillO?' Five-Twenties (1867) conpons 110,'i Five-Twenties (1868) coupons 110: 113 WW in in 106,V Ten-Forties ex. in. coupons IO6I4 CLEVELAND MARKET. TUESDAY, Sept. 20, 1870. FLOUR. The market is dull and inactive. We quote as follows: White XX, &008,25 XX, JC.O0(iML5O. Amber XX. J6.75g7.00. lEAT-Dull and heaw: lffi2c lower: No. 1 red winter No. 2 Sl.20 as nominal rate. CORN Market dulL nominallv nnchanzed: held at 75c for No. 1 mixed : 73c for No. 2 do. OATS In moderate reauest but lower: sales 45c for new No. 1 State. RYE Quiet: prices nominal at S0(3Sjc- with light inquiry. BARLEY The market is without action, prices are nominaL LARD Steadv and unchantred. but firm: city rendered held at 16);cin tierces. 17c in keg. bMOKED MEATS Market steadv and firm. trp nnntA Htv sntrnr inY-flQMl frame nt 23c; do. Shoulders at lGc: uncanvassed 15;c; iiacon i .c; irieu ueet zx. 11 eel Tongue $&oU pernozen BUTTER The market is steadv and higher for choice: prime to choice Western Reserve- held at 25ft26c; extra nice do. in small pack ages 271928c. - iiif.r-a. inc market is sicaay ana iirm; Factory held at 12.li13c EGGS Dull and lower: fresh receipts at 17 gl8c L ruiAiut-uooa ucmanu, at 3 waz Iter rtarreL Inferior qualities il TOgl 80. of NEW YORK MARKET. New Yore. Sent.20-FIonr closed heavv and 3 10c lower. Wheat dull and lower at tl.lOto 1,13 lor ro.: spring, anil 9i,V7ai,?j lor winter ml and amber western. Rye heavy at 80c Oats lower and dull at 53a55 for new Ohio. Corn lower and heavy 86a90c for new mixed western. Pork dull and heavy at $2G,50a25,50. Beef quiet and steady. Bacon qnict and arm. HOXWORTH' S ' Millinery and Zadies' Fit wishing Store. CrXTST BECEi'VED. A specialty in Ladies' 'White Goods. A fine assortment of the latest style list. French Wove Skeleton and Eugene Corsets. Hair Oils and Perfumery a good assortment. A, nice selection of Ladies' Collars, Lace, Linens, ic. Also a full snnnlv of .Tewrlrv. lTnn. IT.iir Coils, Hair Xcts. " Sole arcnt for the celelirslnd flnrfc's Sfprlinc Thread. A spool cabinet given with each spol. , A large lot of Japan Switches, Stamped Goods, Braids, Embroidery, Cottons, Silks, &c 4c KUBBEE GOODS, At manufactory prices. We have a large lot and will sell them. Sole Leatber at Low Prices, From 30 to 35 Cents. Shoe Maker's Tools and Findings at Prices fp.r Beloio Old Prices. Our stock is full and complete, all of the best quality of goods, bought for cash from first hands, and we are dctermineikto sell at such low prices, so as to make the Boot, Shoe and Leather trade quite lively. ' REMEMBER THE PLACE, At the Med Front Boot and Shoe Store and at the Express Office. S. H. CHERKYHOLMES & Co. Millcrsburg, O, Sept. 12, 1STO. 4tf New Fall Goods! E. HEGELSPACH, Has bought at the best time, a full line of DRY GOODS MD NOTIONS, COGDJBCJOtri-9 HATS AND CAPS, KXIT GOODS AJTD TAltXS, Queensware & Groceries, Which he offers for Cash and T ratio I AT SMALL rROFITi. I'leasocall and examine I flattcrmjsclfthat I can offer J ou the cheapest stock of goods ever lu Millcrsburg. 1 also pay as good a price for produce, in cash or trade, as the market will allow. Itr E. NECELSPACH. Agents Wanted, Male or Female, for PHYSICAL LIFF. OF "Woman ! Advice to the Maiden. Wife and Mother. ll Dr. Xaphcjs,Chlerof Clinic of .lefferson Med ical College, Philadelphia. Price 5 1)0. A brave, imre book. Discusses- tonics of vital lmiortancc to every woman. Tho most sala blo Itook of the duy. "stMU copies soldnlivBilv. llccommcnitrd by Surgeon General W. A. Hammond, llcury Wan! Ilccchcr, anil ho-ds of nincr cinineni pujMcinii- ami clergymen Terms most liberal, send for rin-utai. testi monials, etc. E. lIAXNAI OItlt ft CO., Pub lishers, IT. West Fourth M., Cincinnati, O. A. J). WORK, MILLERSBUHG, OHIO, T"VEALEll in Wheat and live llrrml. Cakes. XJ Pics and Candles. A full assortment of urocerics kept constantly on jiand. LUNCHES served at ail hours of the dav. Come and sco us. 'Itf SCtc.ca S THE BEST, Aug. SO, irai.-lmS At the BOOK STORE. the to r Of At c. At THE "HOWE" IMPROVED Sewing Machine ! HA ING all the late improvements, adapt ed to every variety of s.ewiny, untqualled in excellence and durability, it will hem. llfmCitrh Rr-riwl nA HikV nnMl fall M a embroider, frinjre, and every other variety of The HOWE If AnirVR hInn- ulir.fl tft sew all jrradea, from the finest, lightest nate rial, to the heaviest cloth or leather. Tbcv are easily understood and operated, because" ther uuint, iiu contain very nine machinery. It is only necessary to give the machine a fair inai 10 substantiate all that is claimed for it. uaiucm-u, win lasnor iv.cniy years at least Examine thcirOIVE rnrrfnllV l,of,r.r run-in e- Important to Soot and Shoe Jlan- vfaclurcrs. IVe bP!T to mil thn ntlpntfrm nF T.uf nw.1 snoc inanuiacturers to tho celebrated Universal Peed, or Elastic sewing juaacmne ! Specially adapted for stitching new Elastics law om uoots ana bnoes, whilst the soles ar ic been felt by boot and shoe manufacturers, and; XI11S iuacnmf snnn im want that hws innr iuuuku mailt impenecs macmnes nave Deen invented and Sold tn thpimhliv nnnohvWn produced which, for variety and quality of uaiivu i immune. Price ofjfachine Complete $125.00 American Fashions. The Question whether Amrr!Mtn nn pnnnl the task of designing the style of their own garments mar he mnsMprtvi tttimi Th tii E. Butterick $ Co.. have, by a successful ex periment, established the fact that garment? designed and manufactured in our own land. -"UFtiiui in general uuicss anu ueauiy io imported costumes. The sudden rise and ex traordinary growth of this establishment is a matter of surprise to even the most sanguine. Who have longed for thp dar -whpn Ampricd would assert its superiority In the matter of as luuy iu u nas aone in ocner respects. BSf-We arc Agents for these celebrated Fashions. MENTJEZ & ROOD, Agents for Wayne, Holmes and Summit Cbun- ues, ia )utn Howard street, Akron; Ar cadome store, Woostcr, and Millcrsburg, O. Jas. E. "Wescott, MERCHANT TAILOR! AND IlKAI.El! IX Gents' Furnishing Cooils, "VVooster, O. To those desirous of a Cood P1L Good Knol Good Bargains. I would sav that T havt constantly on hand every variety of goods, and very latest styles, which I make up at rates suit purchasers. JAS. E. WESCOTT. 5yl AMERICAN Music Store, KV ooster, O. T. P.lAUMGARDNER, VITES special attention to the largest and best selected stock of PIANO FORTES, Cabinet Organs and Melodeons, the very best manufactures in the United States, and are FULLY WARRANTED. ALSO Accordeons, Violins, Guitars, and Musical MercJiandise. ALSO THE BEST Italian Strings, Sheet Jfitsic, &c. Kept for sale at very low rates. Pianos, Organs, Melodcons and Accordeons REPAIRED & TUNED In the most substantial manner. SyBc sure and give me a call. the Corner Store, American Building, 1) ooster, unio. itf T- P- BAUMCARDNER- Fehrenbach. & Larimer, MEaCHAKTS, PURCHASERS OP Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats, Seeds, Butter, Egg, Lard. Tallow, Dried Fruits, Ac, c. DEALERS IX Salt, Fish, Piaster, White & Water Lime, WHITE WAREHOUSE, WotEndMalnStrcct, MILLERsBURG.O. itf llORKnT LONU.l c. imowx. t U. CtlERltYnOLMES. (W. Jl. 1J1BSON. I.OXCJ, HItOWN & CO.. K.VXKEItS. Millersburg, - - - Ohio. Blf Dealers in Exchange ami Coin, Bills ilitcnuuteil, and Collection-, madu at all ac cessible . In!-. Ill MOHAIR G O O.DS ! Switches, . Chignons, Curls, &c. A full and fashlonablo supply. llio BOOK STORK, Aug. 20, lSTO.-lnva Millcrsburg, O. Julian's Merest Tables! THE BEST IX USE. Por salo at tho BOOK STOKE. Aug.!,18TO.-lul': DAILY'S Martle Works ! Jlillersburff, Ohio. A XICE ASSORTMENT OP MONUMENTS ! Tomb-Stones, OP THE BEST AND SUTILERJLAJS'D FAItZS AMERICAN MARBLE ! ALWAYS OX HAND, AXD AT 15 PER CENT. 'LESS! Than the same can be bought of any traveling Agenr. WAll Materials Warranted Xo. ltf C. P. DAILY. Watcla.es AXD Jewelry I 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 ! MILLERSBURG, OHIO. I WISH to say to the public that I have lately received a large selection of GOOD JEW- ELItV AND WATU1U2S wlucn I now oner ai a very small margin. I purchase my Watches fi-nm -i hmiEi-in Vpw Vnrk that cannot be nn- ddrsold. therefore, that enables me to SELL CHEAP., I give below a FRZCX! LIST : American Watch Co., Waltham, Mass. Waltham make Movements, $23.00 to fcoO-00 Appieton, t racy (,o., -J".uu hi u.uu P-isBartlcU. 16J0 to 20.50 William Ellerv, 13.00 to 16J50 Home Watch Co. S-TS to 10.23 Xattoial Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois. B. W. Kamond, Movements, II. Z. Culver, Movement, II. H.TnvIor, G. W. Wheeler, Mat. Lallin, -T. T. llycrson, Win. II. Perry, Francis Bubic, (Lady's size,) Lady Elgin, J 5.00 30.25 24.75 19.80 19.M tu.00 33.00 Tho above Movements have Duat Bauds, Patent Centre Pinions, and war ranted. Coin Silver Cases : Two Ounce, Three Ounce, Silver Joints, Three Onnce, Gold Joints, Four Ounce, Silver Joints, Four Ounce, Gold Joints, Five Ounce, Gold Joints, Six Ounce, Gold Joints, $7.30 and ? 80 11.00 11.60 13JB0 HJ0 18.25 21.25 GOLD CASES IX" PIIOPOP.TIOX. REPAIRING! Neatljr Executed at.Very Low Figures. Remember the place, Main Street, Opposite the Empire House, JIillersbup.Gj : : Onio. Ang.,l!ra. ltf Mrs. BATTI1T, 'TTOUII, respectfully announce to the La VV dies orMillcrsburp and vicinity, tha: she is now opening a fresh stock of Fall Goods ! COXS1STIXG OF NEW STYLES OF MATS, Flowers, Chignons, Ribbons, Hair Nets, Cloves, Ladies and Children's Hose Hemstitched Handkerc'fs. Plain Handkerchiefs. Thread and Laces;, wash Blond, Boblnet Lace. Also, a larga Ks-iortmcnt of Jewelry.Sleeve Buttous,&c. Pearl Shirt Buttons-, Stnr, Soub-ah and other Kmbrotderinp. rtnd.li: In srreat varlptv. nil of which will bo sold At Extremely Loiv Prices. ur o a? O To ling Men. '0Y can you finish your toilet for an even ing can among we x air vura niuiuuia WATCH ! That indispensable article of dress. It is of CUL'ft I T il'IMrlfl' ,'f ikaaraniniFhai UOnvm OI l.Vlik L4 Ot.l lVit 11 lUV. V VUlliJ w " " on angel wfnjcs," and the hoars begin to count among me s-iuvil. x niunw. A VICE "WATCH, that vou will not be ashamea to snow, can dc Dougnt FRET'S. Every One Warranted ! The Fanner, Mechanic'orHoiisewife, can. get Serviceable Timekeepers ! TO'STJIT THEM, in appearance or quality. It is not necessarv to invite PBOFESSIOX- AL OEXTLEMEX, for they all tnow where FKEY'S STORE is. and we are riroud to say we receive a liberal share of their patronage. SPECTACLES MADE A SPECIALTY. The money will be refunded If wc fail to give satis laciiou. Experience and acauaintancc with manu factories ariro ns a snecial advantage, with which wc mean to BenefitlOur Customers. Aug.lCT). ltf BOOTS & SHOES! A. SHRIMPLIN'S BOOT il SHOE STORE Oil HANDS AGAIN ! HE HAS GON'E EAST TO PURCHASE A larger stock of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters man ever, FOR FALL & WINTER WHICH HE WILL SELL AT PIIICES f Lower Titan Can he Bought Elsewhere. Men's Heavy Boots, S3.00 to S6.00 Men's Kip Boots, S4.00 to S6.00 Men's Calf Boots, S4.00toSI0.00 Boy's Boots, all Kinds, $1.50 to S4.00 Women's Balmorals, Calf, Coat and Kid. Women's Water - Proof Caiters. Ladies' Lace Boots, Cheap and Good, 75c. to S4.SO Children's Shoes, all Kinds, A large variety and decidedly cheap. Gum ISoolt, Gum Shut, Rubber, Sandate, All sires, and cheaper than ever. ALASKA'S & ARCTIC'S ! Overshoes in Abundance. ALSO, A LAKGE LOT OF TRIMB , Sole Leather ! SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS, At Prices that Cannot teSeat. Call and See Mo, and I will Clve You a Cood Bargain. Th.nvri,i rn,,ct favors. I solicit a continu ance of tho same. A. SHRIMPLIN. Ang.lSTO.-ltf J. C. Corlus & Co. HATS! HATS! -AND- I. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP SUMMER AND FALL l COXSISTE5TG.OF Silk, Fiir, Fliish, Cassiniere and Wool HAT S ! At prlcef from 73 cents to $6 00. A Splendid Assortment of SILK & CLOTS CAPS! ,.i y ' i : From 30 cents to ft 53. :.. Burlock Diamond Shirts ! Plain and Fancv-froni 1 50 to K 00. BURCLARrPftOOF UMBRELLAS! - '( Something Nerf and Good. Also a splendid assortment of Cuffs, ColiarsBows & Ties, Handkerchiefs, Socks, Suspenders, tc. twebfferonreritiresiockor Panama, Leghorn; Straw and Buckeye Hats -flMiq. cost: "Ve invite the pnhlie In general to give ns a call and examine onr stock. We make the Hat axd Cap Trade a specialty and can af ford to SELL CHEAPER than any one In this section of country. Remember the places-Corner of Jackson and Clay street?. J. C. CORBUS & CO. Anp.16TO.-ltf GOLD ! GOLD ! C O O DS AT Gold Prices ! GREAT ' BARGAINS TO BE HAD FOE THE biti-iii . SText .Thirty, .Days ! DRY GOODS, NOTIONS AND .it AT THE STORE OF J. E. KOCH, Jr., i Millersburg, - - Ohio. Highest Market 'Price Paid for All Kinds of Country Produce. rrt THE IMPROVED LAMB KNITTING MACHINE. Which stands to-day without an tonal! Worth all the other Knitting Ma chines in cxistance for family use. A thousands are trilling to testify Knits every thing, from a small cord to a bedfpread. Knits, tvidens and narrows the same as by hand, and shapes perfectly all sixes of Ho siery. Knits a pair or socks la 30 minutes, easily. The Lamb Machine vas awarded the highest premiums at all State and County Fairs, last year, over every other knitter in world. Its Hosiery and Knit &wds received the tlrst premium at every fair whero exhib ited. Its Hosiery took the highest prlie. ra, at lhe great Exposition of Textilo Fabrics, bothoflSfM and 1(09, Do not take niy word for it, but call or send stamp fbr circular and sample stocking, and bo convinced. Responsible agents wanted. GEO. W. SCIIOOLEY, Gen. Ag't. ,m3 Post Omee Building, Alliance, Ohio. Sabbath Schools. WILL bo supplied -with QUESTION HOOKS at ha publisher's pricea. Wo Testament, tuiubldfor frbb Uh School scbol- t!ri...iapn)(il in ( K I 'lfn thlt TfllT e wanted, will be procured If possible. " " BOOK STOKE, MlUenbary.