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Holmes County Republican.
LOCALS. LOCALS. MILLERSBURG, O, : : OCT. 13, 1870. OUR AGENTS. The following persons are authorized to act as onr agent: for the Republican. All names handed in for subscription, or advertisements for the will receive prompt attention F. D. BELNAP. Wooster, Ohio. J. P. SHUNK, Wilmot, Stark County. Ohio. Copies of the Republican. Copies of the Ilouirs Col'ntt Republicix eanbehadattheXewsDepot in wrappers, for fire cents a number. New Advertisements. Harpster, Kudy & Co. Xtw Hardware Store. Fairbanks, Benedict Co. Cleveland Herald. F. Seal Boots, Shoes and Gaiters. C iVXeey & Oo Groceries and Provisions. E.G. Saunders Drags, Chemicals Ac. 1 1. S. "Weston New Family Grocery. M. Shonp Stove and Tin Store. Henry Snyder & CoBricfc for Sale. E. E. PeltonEngravings. lT.f ayeriOId Reliable Dry Goods Store. Services in the Disciple Church. ElderlV.J.Sliarpc will lireach in the Disciple Churcli, iu town, next Lord's day. ' j " . Mite Society. The Mite Society of the M. E. Church will meet next Friday evening at the houe of Mr. 31. Shoup. All are cordi ally invited to attend. Fresh Fish. George Schnorr ha? jut received mpply of fresh fiili. He will get them fresh everyday during the season. lie also lias received a large lot of fresh groceries to which lie invites the atten tion of one citizen.-. UlanVfi. AVarranty Deeds, with and without Dower clause, Jlortgagcs, single and double, Quit Claim Deeds, Administr.T tor, Executor and Guardian Deed Chattel Mortgages, Summons, Subpoe nas, Executions, &c, of the most ap proved form kept constantly for sale at this offlce. tf. Origin of Words. "We presnme the majority of persons do not know the origin of the words horse-chestnut, horse-radish. &c. The original, , word) was "harsh" harsh- chestnut, harsh-radish, &c. The French and Swedes translated it into "horse" hence the common error. Murder and Suicide. Murder and Suicide arc running ram pant over the country at large. For the last mouth scare-ely a paper could we pick up that did not announce the fact of one or the other, or both, being com mitted. Our last week's exchanges were full of tlieni. Even in our own county wejhave one ornyoi instances.- It ap pearsTlikewa' malady- that has spread throughout the length and breadth of our land. v Commercial Block. J. Mulvane wlio has been in the cast cm cities for the last week, has just re turned home, after purchasing a large and well selected stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Xotions, &c. In cassimeres and goods of that kind he claims he can beat'the worlil; We shall see in a day or two when lie gets all his nice tilings put up. Mulvane is bound to be ahead, and when he makes up his mind to do a thing, you may depend upon it he will do it. Don't forget the place, east end Commercial Block. Our New Sign. We have heard quite a number of compliments on our new sign of the Holmes' Comrrv Republican. For a neat plain sign it is hard to beat. It was painted by Joshua C. Smith, of TVooster. Mr. Smith is an artist of good taste and execution. On fancy work he has few equals, in- this part of the State. His landscapes are fine, and .his pen and pencil sketches arc very neatly executed. He will fill any orders in the shortest possible time, and witli sati-faction to the parties'. Personal. Rev. J. C. Tidball, Pastor of noge Churcli, a Presbyterian Mission Churcli, Columbus, arrived in town last week. Mr. Tidball was formerly of Millersburg, wherjhis mother and friends reside. He is stopping with his brother-in-law, A. B. Jrey. He was taken sick in - the last week of April, of lung disease, caused byover exertion in a needy field of la bor, ne has suffered greatly from iiervous'deErjsIqn.. The church has en gaged another minister to supply his place till he recovers, of which he him self cxpresses.ycry,little"h6pe. His de voted wife is with him and does all that a loving wife can do to make pleasant his days of affliction. We hope he may have a speedy irecovcry. Cleveland, Mt. Vernon and Delaware Railroad. The editor of the Mt Vernon Banner has lately been along the line of the route of this road, from Mt. Vernon to Millersburg. He reports matters stead fly but surely, progressing. The road lied from Millersburg to a point a little west of Napoleon, in Holmes county, a distance of ten miles, is" ready for the ties and the iron, and these will be laid the present October. Ten miles more of -ihe road, reaching Danville, in Knox county, will-'beJput under contract in October. This will bring the road through the hills of Holmes county and over the'lVailhc-niling river. The time is not distant when the new spoke to the Cleveland hub will be completed, and therichjnineral and agricultural fields of Holmes and 'Knox counties find di rect outlet to the lake at this point. Democratic Meeting. On last Saturday there was to have been a large Democratic meeting at the Court House. Gen. Powell . was announced some time ago as one of the speakers. Several other noted celebrities were expected to be present. Train time having arrived, several of the faithful were at the de pot with carriages, to welcome the ar rivals and convey them to their lodg ings. The train having arrived, only one man got off who looked as though he could make a speech. They rushed up to him and began to welcome him and were glad to see him. The poor man did not know what to make of it, and stammered out something that gave them to understand that instead of a Democratic stumper, he was a runner for some eastern house. Disappointed n their speakers, they had then to make the best of it tlioy could, by drawing on their home talent. Accordingly the bell was rungandrc-ning. Thatnot proving successful in bringing out the faithful, the Band lent its sweet tones to aid in the good work. When enough had as sembled to form a quorum, the meeting was opened,. mil was addressed by C. 1: Voorhcs. They detained about an hour and then adjourned -$in die. About as many pcoplo were jn town that day as is usual on every Saturday, The following full and official re port of the French victories ( !) is given by the correspondent of the Resolution. Louis and Will Went up the hill To fight like naughty gecsci; Louis fell don n. And broke his crown. And Will picked up the pieces. Then Eugenic Mie had to flee: A foreign home did Bob seek. The Prnssian, queer, Drank lager beer. Aad France cried, rice Jitjtuhli'ittel Thanks to Chas. O. Smith for Pittsburgh and Xew York papers, A certain editor wa made cap tain during the late war. One day while drilling his company, instead of "tw paces lorward, advance, lie uncon sciously bawled out, "two dollars a year, in advance." Communion services were held in the U.P. Church on last Sabbath. Ten persons were received into the church During the recent flood in Lynch- burg, Virginia, the main gas pipe was wa-hed up, when the whole town wa suddenly enveloped in total darkne Dame Xature has again put on her "sear and yellow leaf."' The old ladv has never had more than four dresses. but lias several changes of trimming for each. Subscribe for the Republican. Onlv two dollars a year, or one dollar for six months, in advance. The only people in Millersburg who enjoy bail health this fall, are the physicians. -Two individuals were overheard talking a few days ago about the pro priety of covering the bottom of ships with India rubber, when one of them an old sailor made the remark that, "that would never do, as they would soon rub out the equinoctial line."' -We have read several Democratic speeches of late, and notwithstanding there was agreatdealof "poluphlos loio about them, there was but little of the power of the deep running stream. -The weather for a few days past has been very pleasant. The farmers now have the best of weather to gather n their fruit and corn crops. The woods look beautiful now, dressed in their scarlet robes. -It is now in the right sign of the moon to pa- subscriptions. Make good use of it. After the" 13th of this month, the law permits us to shoot quail. -If time is money, the printers should be all rich. -Mr. Thomas Gorsueh formerly ot Shreve, who went to California some fifteen years ago, met with an accident on the cars in Sacramento City, a few months ago, by which lie was instantly killed. Quite an excitement has been cre ated in Cleveland, bv the shooting of Dr. Win. H. Jones, a prominent physi cian of that city, by Dr. J. F. Galentine dentist, also a resident of Cleveland. Jealousy seems to lie the cause of the transaction. The doctor died in about ten minutes. His funeral took place to day. Rev. Jonathan Edwards, D. D., Pastor First Church, Dcdham, Mass., says, of "Our Father's House :" I find a trecsury of curious and entertaining truths, and a remarkable familiarity ith the exciting revelations of modern science. The Cleveland, Mt. Vernon and Delaware Railroad Company has ordered about fifty coal flats built at the Fort Wayne shops. The first installment of ten or twelve was received last week. The demand for coal cars greatly ex ceeds the supply. Fresh fish have made their ap pearance in other markets, why can't e have them here? P.S. Sincetheabove wasin typewe learn that George Schnorr has received a fine lot of fish, and will receive them very day during the fall. C- Birds' have the latest style of Xeck Ties. Quite a number of our citizens attended the Xorthcni Ohio Fair, which commenced on the 4th and all agree in saving that it was the Fair of the season. -The Ashland Times says that the good housekeepers of that county are pntting up all the fruit they can. The people of nolmes county manage to put down all the fruit they ran. -Thanksgiving is coming in the distance. Farmers get your turkeys ready ? t5f For good Cassimere Shirts, go to Bird's. He sells the cheapest. Wc are under obligations to Mr. Courtney of the firm of Courtney & Appleton, for a lot of the finest sweet potatoes wc have seen this year. By the way, if you want a good photograph taken you have only to go to their estab lishment and you will lie pleased. They take very fine pictures. -The fall term of Court com menced to-day (Wednesday). Mayers" is the place to find alargoand tcell selected stoct of Dry Goods. The Akron Fair was held last cek. There was not the large attend ance that was expected owing to the Cleveland Fair being in full blast at the same time. Akron should not have ap pointed her Fair the same week witli Cleveland. The man who got mad the other day and threatened to eat up a shoe maker, after second thought concluded to compromise hking a.cobbler. E"M. Bird v Son oiler great bar gains in Under Clothing. At the Wayne County Fair the total receipts on Thursday were $1,2."0. Eg" Don't fail to stop in at Mayers" and see their immense stocit of Dry goods. -The Xew German Reform Churcli at Apple Creek, was dedicated last Sabbath. Several distinguished! ministers from abroad were present. " Bird's Jeep Hats and Caps of the latest style. -Quite a lot of apple butter has been brought to this market in kegs, during the last few days. Apples in somo places are pretty plenty, but the crop as a general thing is quite short. -The mail train has been several hours late since the beginning of the Cleveland Fair. It waits at. Hudson for the train on the Cleveland & Pittsburgh R. R. which leaves Cleveland about five iu the evening. Being heavy loaded, it is obliged to run very slow. The con. sequence Is that wc have been getting our mails the next morning instead of the evening. A very serious accident occuTod near Loudonvillc on Monday night last. The following arc the particulars : A wagon containing four persons wax driven over a steep embankment, and the horses, wagon and occupants fell nearly twenty feet. One man named Slebcr had one of his legs broken and was badly hurt Internally, There arn strong doubts of his recovery. The rest escaped with painful, but pot dangerous hurts. E-Por Tnmis go to lliidV. Sharp's Flour. Sharp's Flour has justly the recoin inendation of being the best iu this mar ket. Wholf, Uhler&Co. have the ex elusive sale of it. It is made from the best wheat in the market, and only the best. To use it once, is but to use it all the time. They buy their own wheat- only what is extra good and send it to the mill and have it ground for their customers. This accounts for its su perior quality. Try it once and jud. for yourselves. Delivered to all part: of the town. Terrible Railroad Accident. A serious accident happened on Oct. , to liie western wmiuu iruui uu iuu C. C. & I. R. E. five miles west of Belle fontaine, Ohio. Track men had re moved a rail, and the express and mail cars were thrown from the track. Cyni' Underwood, fireman, and two boy lLimed Singleton, who were stealing ride between the express and mail cars, were killed, one or two employees were slightly injured, but no passengers. A Change. L. MeCov Larimer has sold his Flour and Feed store to his brother, J. P. Lari mer, and tatcs charge of the mill. J. P. Larimer will carry on thebusincss at the old stand. Particulars next wcet. Stoves and Tinware. Ho! for the Commercial Bloci Stove and Tin Store. M. Shoup has received a large cargo of ncir goods in his line to irhich he invites attention. His assort ment Ls complete. Sec advertisement in another column. Great Attraction. There is great attraction just now at L. Mayers' Dry Goods Store. They have a very large and tf ell selected stoct oi goods on hands, tcliieli they sell at loir figures. See advertisement. Boots, Shoes and Gaiters. F. Seal, with his corps of the very best worl-mcn, is lept busy day and night, icith his large amount of Job Wori-. Mr, Seal is tnoicn as a first-class toorlman, He males a specialty of ladies' gaiters, For neatness and durability his irorl- ex cels. See advertisement. How to Keep Cider. .A ow that tnc eider season is again upon us, some of our readers would doubtless like to know of some good way of keeping their cider fresh. For the benefit of any who may desire to put up one, two or more barrels, we give our experience in the matter. Two years ago we took two barrels of cidcr; trained it through a cloth, so as to get out all the pomace, and put it into two clean oak barrels. In each ban-el wc put ten pounds of white sugar, (less might do) one quart of alcohol, and one fourth of an ounce- of oil of sassafra- This last can be omitted as some do not like the flavor of sassafras. Anv flavor desired can be substituted. We closed the barrels tight and let it stand. In one or two month's time we drew some of it off and found it to be the most pleasant tasted cider we had ever drunk It contained the flavor of new- made cider and had a rich and oily appearance. If it should be kept airtight, it will re main the same anj- length of time. In December or January, wc sold the two barrels for thirty dollars,clcaring twenty dollars on the two barrels. If anr of our readers wish to try this, they will find it just as we tell them, provided they go according to directions. For the REPUBLICAN. Sunday School Convention. Messrs. EDiTor.s : The Disciple Sun day Schools of Holmes and Wayne counties held their quarterly Conven tion with the church in Monroe, on Thursday the Cth inst. Seven Schools were represented by delegation. Quite large number were in attendance and the usual questions of Sabbath School orkwere discussed with animation: uterspcrsed with excellent singing by the Monroe School. The next meeting ill be with the church in Holmcsvilie, cariv in Jan. 1871. Sunday School Convention. W. J. SHARPE, Prest. Miss Buchanan, Sec'y. Fatal Accident. On Thursday last, as the son, and onlv son of Mr. Jacob Miller, of Liverpool, .Medina county, aged about fourteen ears, was riding trom the lair grounds nto the town of Medina, his horse be came unmanageable, ran into a wagon, and, some how, fell over, and in falling 11 on young -Miller and so injured him that he died in about five minutes after the horse had fallen on him. The young man was a fine young man and his sud den accidental death has stricken his parents and friends with a deep sorrow. Wayne County Democrat. For Sale. A. desirable rtropcrtv. situated near Spencer's Mill, about five miles north west from Millersburg, containing three acres of ground more or less, a good house and shop under one roof, suitable for any mechanic, a good well, cave, and other buildings. Clear of all encum brance. The present owner wishes to sell cm account of not being able to work at his trade. Enquire of owner. HEXRY McELHIXXEY, 7tf Paint Valley. A Sad and Distressing Accident. Occurred on Tuesday morning last about o clock, on the farm of Mr. Geonre Myers, about six miles East of Ashland. A threshing machine was in full opera tion threshing the grain of Mr. Myers, hen his little son Alva, a bov of ten years of age, came near the tumbling shaft and by some manner unknown, his clothes we're causht on the shaft. A noise as if a board had fallen was heard, and on looking m the direction trom whence it came, the clothes of the little boy were seen to be wrapped around the shaft. The horses were at once stopped, but some tunc elapsed oelorc ttie little sufferer could be got out. An examina tion was made at once, and it was lounu that his head was dreadfully cut, his cheek bone broken in and his scalp torn off and cut into shreds, his left leg and left arm broken, and his body otherwise badly bruised, l'liysicians were sum moned immediately and all was done by them that could be to alleviate his suf ferings, but there can scarcely be a hope of his recovery. He was an interestins child, and the accident has cast a gloom over the entire neighborhood, w hue his parents have the sympathy of the whole community in their sad alniction. Ash land Times. Peteks' Musical Monthly for Octo ber contains the following choice col lection of Music, printed trom full-size music plates : Truly Tours Song and Chorus by Hays. Papa, come help Me across the Dark River songand chorus by Persley. The World is full of Beau ty, when the Heart is full of Love song by Aron Smit. Eves of Loving, Laugh ing Blue song and Chorus by Philip Phillips. We won't leave tho Farm songand chorus by Perlcy. Cast thy Burden upon the Lord Quartet. Jesus and the Children Quartet. Speak the Truth Quartet. Halte Militalre, or Camp Polka. Falling Leave. Polka. Christine XiNson's favorite Schottlsche and Floating Breezes Vale Senti mental. This Magazine is Invaluable to all lovers of Music, any single piece of the above being worth as much as Is asked for the entire lot. It is published monthly by J. L. Peters, 599 Broadnav, Xew York, at 3 jier year. Single copies mailed on receipt of thirty cents. tS Bird's are receiving he nicest lot of Overcoats pver brpughtto this place, The pcaeh season Is over. Occa sionally wc see a feiy even yet. t5f Mayers' is (i(e place tu Imyi heiip Frv Good.. THE ROBINSON TRIAL. We have not the space to give all the testimony of the witnesses. The Pros ecution rested their case on Saturday. The following is the testimony of Mrs. S. Roose for the defense Mns.SARAii Roose. I live in the eity lived here three years, on the corner of n ater street, close to Mr. Lemon s : am a married woman; my husband lived with me at tliis time; remember to nave heard that a woman was mur dered here; husband came home the night of the murder after two or three o'clock; came into the kitchen ; I slept up stairs : the house has a cellar kitchen outside of the kitchen there was a cellar and a door going from the kitchen into the cellar: the kitchen has an ash floor bottom of cellar was plastered; there was a cellar Kitciien and dining room stairs go up from dining room: when he came in he staid down stairs; he staid twenty minutes; I heard him when he got" water; when he was done i nearu mm set tne wasn uasin uown, :ind then he came up stairs; I had light burning; my bedroom door was open ; he came into the room next to mine; the lamp was burning very bright; I saw blood on Ins shirt; he pulled oft" his coat after he had the light turned down and hung it on a chair; I could see blood on his shirt sleeve ; he went into the sitting room, and when he came back he had his shirt oil and in his hands, then he went downstairs and I heard him take the lid on of the stove; he was not in the room below five minutes; he then came back upstairs he did not have the same shirt on; ) the next morning! saw the wash disS ; was setting on the sink with a little wa ter in it, bloody; there was about two poonfuls: I found a knife down m the cellar; it had a dark, wooden looking handle about five inches long; looked ike a butcher knife, and was a butcher knife; there was blood on the knife; 1 did not see the butcher knife after wards; I found it on the plastered part of the cellar floor. Ceoss Examination. I now live in Indiana; came here last Saturday a week ago ; this last time I went to In diana, I stayed at Sir. Creft's house, since coming here m boarding house near Junction; husband has lett me is not now living with me; we quarreled a little; hurt my arm so it was not much better than broken; I did not say anything to anybody about this, until after we had this fuss; we lived a little over a year in the house near Lemon's ; I went away in April. He left about a weekafterldid. Iknowwhat took place hereafter I went away; I did not see mm again, n ncn a left, went to Mar- hall county, Indiana, to his folks. We had a little trouble before we came here, That night he went away after supper; had supper at five o'clock. It was in March: don't know the dav of the month. Mrs. Brook told me about the murder; have not talked about this matter lately. I told it to Christ. Kiscr, out in Indiana, nrst. i told mm some thing in J uly ; did not tell his people. I expected him to come out to me in In diana. I thought maybe he would come and maybe not; I told about it before I found lie would not come; I found out five or six weeks after I went there that he would not come; I told it not so vcry plain, but pretty plain. I told Christ. user sometime in June. All that I said then was that I had seen a knife and there was blood on it. He was gone most every night. Often did not coinc home until next morning. I heard the clock strike 3 before he came. Told Christ Kiscr first ; have not told it many times since, i torn it to postmaster in Goshen. I don't know his name. I did not tell him all. I told him I was will ing to swear I saw a knife in cellar. Don't know when this was. Don't think I said anything about it again un til I was speaking to a lawver in Go shen ; I told him the whole story ; he was coining uown to .uansneid ; i tried to get him to come here ; his name was Ewing. Was not looking to get a di vorce. Did not go to Bums to try to get a divorce. I told the lawyer just what I have said here ; I guess that was six or seven weeks ago ; 1 don t think I told it to anybody else, except he brought Mr. Martin up to the house, and told it to mm ; tins was about lour eeks alter 1 told it Lwmg, and about a cck or two before I came here: I lived at Dan Creft's at this time ; I told them day or two after I told Martin, that I as going as a witness in Robinson's case; did not tell them about what I told the Jury ; have not talked about it inee l came to town ; nave told no one ; ! thought it would not be safe to tell about it ; I was afraid of my husband ; I knew it would come out, but was afraid to tell. I have nospoken to any one about it since I came here, not a ord. I told Dr. Patterson about what have told the jury. I think that was the first Sunday since I came ; he is the only one I have told since I came here ; am sure oi that, mere was no one se present when I told the doctor. It as in mv room. I was sick and he came down there; did not tell Cooper anything about it, no sir. We had dif ficulties before this affair. I did not know that he was keeping a woman up town until I met a woman who told me. e had trouble before this. e had trouble all last winter; went to bed at 12 o'clock that night ; go to bed usually from 10 to 12. I am sure it struck three before he came home; don't remember hat kind of a night it was. When he first came in I heard him go and get the ash dish and set it on the sink. I laid down and listened, and it sounded as if he had the tin pail with water in it. I heard him kind of draw it on sink. To get to my room you had to go from the kitciien to dining room then up stairs into another room and then into my room. Bedroom is quite large; has or dinary bedroom furniture; bed is up next the window and near door; when I went to bed don't remember whether the dining room door to kitchen was open or closed. l don t know where my husband is now ; three rooms below, kitchen, dining room and cellar; after going upstairs turn to the right to get to my bedroom ; it is not over the kitciien, is over the diningroom ; sink is of wood, and basin of tin ; rooms above are finished off well, and doors good httmg; side or bed to ward the door and head towards the par tition wall; light was burning well; took breakfast at home next morning; it was after daylight; in diningroom had a small eoiil stove. After he left my room he went into sitting room; tove drew well, did not smoke any; nc vent to bed right away after he came up stairs the second time; don't think it was over nan an Hour alter lie came home before he went to bed ; left fire in kitchen stove; it is a coal stove too ; he cnt into the kitciien when he went down the second time; kitchen stove .-ometimes smokes, saw kniic in cellar; the night before the murder; I never after saw it after the time in cellar: I did not see it before he got up; he was in the kitchen by the stove at the time; sink was on the opposite side of kitchen irom tne inning room door: l did not hear anything in cellar that night: I only heard basin and heard him walking around on the floor. I lound wash basin next morning with bloody water and handle was blood-; the outside door as closed before he came home: didn't notice the handle of door; can't say how much blood there was on handle of ha- I did not like to take hold of it: did not sec any blood on cellar door; nife was on plastered floor of cellar; It ras very bloody: I took the knife out and showed It to him ; he told me to take it back, and I did so; knife stayed there until after breakfast and he then ent in and took it out: it was not so ongassome butcher knives; (showed iow long it was.) He had on a Mack- civet coat that night and he nut on the same next morning with overcoat; did iiui, nine uu overcoat nignt uciore. He was working in Oneru Home, ill hands were not cut, they were as fair as mine arc now. lie had one front tooth. MARRIAGES. 31AKUIK1) On tlivMli'iii.u lv ltolx'rt Jus tice, l;q., Mr. JOHN I. TKU.ssKLI.aml Jliss S.U1AII K. hU.MJIO.NY. On tin. Bill in. I . Iiv llpv. Milton W. llrown, Mr. WILLIAM VKNtLIXJJ, of ML Vernon nml Miss l-OI.IXA T. GLIT.MAX, of Holum Connly. On Seitemlr&Hli, tnTO. in MlUcluirpr, O., Iiv A. .1. llcll, K-ii., Mr. JAC011 AM.MOX lo MissXAXCY K.JUSTICK. DEATHS. niKU-Snlf mlmrSOlh, 1SW, ALllEItT I1UT LKll. hull of .l(inonl) nml KIIi'li Under. Hireil 17 ji-um.ainontlis nml ITiIuys liclnir the tlilnl of mm inniiiy unu lun, ilium u iriini to con-iiiiiitiiii. 2TEW GOODS Cheaper Thau Ever Excelsior Corner foi: voirn FvencJi Mei-iiios, Silks, Empress Cloths, Plaids, Delaines, Th ibets, Velvets & Velveteens, Go to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s, FOE TOUK BLANKETS & FLANNELS 5 to '. WHOLF, UHLER A. Co.'s, FOE YOUR Paisley, Brocha, Thibe ana nooi snawis, to WHOLF, UHLER A Co.'s, FOR YOUR Beaver Cloths, Broad Cloths, Black and v Fancy Cassi meres, Wool Tweeds, Cassinets, Jeans.&c. Go to WHOLF, UHLER A Co.'s FOR YOUB Brown and BleacJted Muslins, Cotton Mlannels, Denims, Tidings, Stripes and Checks, Go to WHOLF, UHLER Sc Co.'s FOR-YOUR Carpets, Oil Cloths, uueensware, Looking Classes, &c. to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. FOR YOUR Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes ana Jiubbers, to WHOLF, UHLER . Co.'s, FOR YOUR v Goois ai His, Go to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s, FOR YOUR Groceries, Flour, Feed, and Provisions Generally, Goto WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. TO SELL YOUR Butter, Eggs, Seeds, Lard, And all kinds of Produce, for the IIijh cst Price in Cash, Go to WHOLF,' UHLER 4. Co.'s." PHOTOGKAPHIC! W. J. COCKTXET. J. M. ArrLETOX. Courtney & Appleton, Photographers ! WE take pleasure in saving to the citizens of Holmes and adjoining counties, that we are still in the Photograph Business, at our old stand, ready to wait on our old customers and as many more as will favor us with a call. e are making BETTER FICTUBES ! Now than can be made elsewhere in the count v. Our negatives are retouched by an artistic uauuj nimiiiauiiui uc caiciioi lit uiciuunt, thus removing freckles, ni mules and blotches on the face. "We make the beautiful and fashionable ' REMBRANDT," or Shadow Picture ! "Which is so much admired by all. Our work is executed in the highest style of the art. nciures oi au sizes maue jn im oesi possible manner. Call and examine our spe- cimens. Old Pictures Copied and Enlaced to Any tSizeand Votoreatn Uii, India Ink or Water Colors, Picture Frames I Of all sizes and descriptions, for sale at small profit!. We do not make cheapness a specialty, but we keep a FIRST-CLASS GALLERY and make FIRST-CLASS WORK, so you will do well to call before going elsewhere, and we guarantee you will not go away dissatisfied. WE MAKE THE SHADOW PICTURE! A SPECIALTY. JJQfCaU and see us. Room West of Commercial Block, Main St., uiiicrauur, vuiu tf COURTNEY A APPLETON'. CONRAD SCHUI.LB. Jacob Schulkb, WELL SELECTED STOCK. ! One rtoor. West of IMayer's Store. DEALERS IN" Coffee, Provisions, Sugars, Teas, Tobacco, Cigars, Spices, tan dies, Fruits, yiits, Wooden Ware, Fish, Flour Salt, Feed, Candles, Car bon Oil, Lamps, Ac, Ac. The Hightest Market Price liaiilfor nUMrohof COUNTRY PRODUCE. Feb. 1-1, 'TOtr. U. A J. hCHULElt. Administrator's Sale; i riMIK umlrnl((nc,l will sell ai AiliiilnUlrnlor X of the estate of James llenroril, tleeuuM-ri, at Millersburir, On Tuesday, October 18, 1870. Eight Head of Horses, Two Single Buggieti, One Set of Harness, One Gutting Box, A lot-of Horse Blanket, - - Household Furniture, &e. Salo to eonimenco at 1(1 oVlock'A. V. sTcnos made ltnowu nn itny of Male. II. C 11KOW.V, oct.s, 'tj-;wj. "Ht.'P.. S.R.WEIRICII. . F.W.GA&CIIE. i 'w r.-XUSSllAUJl. weirich, mm & co., Opposite,the Empire House, Keeps constantly on hand a large assortment HARDWARE, Iron, Steel, Xails, Glass, Sash and Doors. Axles, Springs and Fifth Wheels, Anvils, Uelloics and Ticeir Irons. AJuIl stock of Blacksmith Tools. A FULL STOCK OF nirrv.4..9n ,1 n 1, LaipeiltCl S ailU CaDlliet Maker's Tools er 8 TOOlS ! Tnst received and cheaper than ever. Planes, of every description, unisels, huages and Sauares. Cast Steel Augers A Auger Bills, u enru JJiston Saws. Shoo Fly Saws, Solid Cast Steel Hammers. Solid Cast Steel Hatchets, JJraw biaves and Spoke Shaves. Broad Axes and Foot Adzes, And many other tool6 too numerous to mention. a nne stocc or Saddler's and Trimmer's Hardware. Iron over top Homes. Coach and Gig Ham es, Buckets of all kinds. Rosetts and Ornaments, inm Leather, Top Leather, Dash Leather, Enameled Muslin, Buck & Brill, And a full stock of Saflrtlpv's Tnnla Just received from the East. Also, a large as- fturimeni ux Paint and Varnish Brushes, Camel Hair and Sable Stripers, Tube Colors A Transfer Ornaments, All kinds of Colors, dry and in oil, voach and Furniture I arnish. Eureka Colors, Fahneslock Lead, G. A. Weirich Lead, A full stock of I AT REDUCED PRICES. Door Bumpers, Sash Fasteners, Blind Hinges and Fasfeninys, Mook-tng Ulass Jvnobs, 'icture Knobs, Coat and Hat Ilool-s Corn Shellers, Cider Mills, Cross Cut and Jfill Saws, Lot of Farm. Ttnlls. Pittsburoh Centre Flow, iron ami icuHukh ueam, ew stock of Pocket Cutler n. Knives and Forks, Butcher Knives, Embroidering and Pocket Scissors, Smith & Wesson's Jtcvolvers Powder Flasks and Shot Pouches, Ramrods for Rifles anil Shot Guns, Gun Barrels and Gun Ribs, Gun Locks and Triggers, Gun Wads, Bullet Moulds, IJ till stock of Gun Maket Ma terials, 'And everything usually found in a first-clst Hardware More. WEIRICH, CASCHE & CO. Jackson Street, opposite the Empire House. jiiiicrsDurg, unio. -itr New Fall Goods ! E. ilIEGELSPACH, Has iMiight at the best time, a full line of III UUU1IU J111V llUllUUUi CXiOXHXMCr, HATS AND CAPS, 2TIT GOODS AND YARNS, Queensware & Groceries, Which he offers for Casli and. Trade I AT S3IAIX rROFITS. Please call and examine. I flatter myself that can offer you the cheapest stock of goods exer i jimersnurg'. I also pay as good a price for produce, in cash r trade, as the market will allow. ltf E. NECELSPACH. A. D. WOBK, MILLERSBUnC, OHIO, T-VEAT.ER in Wheat ami Ere Bread. Cakes. X) Ties and Candies. A full assortment of roceries Kept constantly on nana. LUNCHES served at all hours of the day. Come and see us. ltf Cheap Glassware! RETAILING AT WHOLESALE TRICES. MUST BE SOLD! Var in Europe nothing to do with it. lmS At the BOOK STOKE. J. & G. ADAMS, BANKERS. Do aCeneral Banking, Discount and Deposit Business, AKE COLLECTIONS AND SELL REV ENUE STA-MTS. OFFICE,!! T. B. BAIFRS .CORNER, Millershurg, Ohio. iyi Fehrenfcach & Larimer, 4 ruuciiAsEus or Wheat, Rye, Corn, Oats, Seeds, utter, Eirgs, Lard, Tallow, Dried fruits ii:.i.i:i: i.v Salt, Fish, Plaster, White A Water Lime. WHITE WAREHOUSE, Wot End MainStrrel, JIII.I.EllSRCItO.O. si I Siilbn.tli ScIiooIm. WILL 1)0 supplied with QUESTION HOOKS at the publisher' prlre.. We also Veep on hand a large lot of inall, cheap i.tainent9, suitable for tahbatli school schol ar. What wo liavetf t got in thH line, that may wanted, will ie procured ir nosiuie. BOOK STOIEE, Mlllershnrj. W. JP. SHA3RP? 11 ETA I L DEALER IN GROCERIES L NOTIONS, fiJlomburB, Ohio. fil5Al.o auent lor the KnlclerliftcLrr Life I ipnrnucc vuuipauy, oi ew lork. in I , Steam Mill Store!! Ho ! FOI Fnillt Yalley ! of I WE -n-onld respectfully announce to the cit izens of this -vicinity, that we arc receiv ing a splcmlul asortuicnt of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, I HARDWARE, QTJEENSWARE, &c. hich Te will offer for sale at the lowest pos- sibIecasn Ficcs- We can and we UI sell hereinthecounty,fortheimplereasonthat we have no high rents to pay, corporation taxes, clerk hire and other such incumbrances a-, full upon merchants doing business in large H'e will sell Best Standard Prints for 12); cents, I As good Bleached Shirting for 8 cents a yard as was eTersoiu in me county lor is.'i cents. Men's Coarse Boots for $3,50. We have a full line of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, Which rq ask you to call ami examine before purchasing elsewhere. Also a nice stock of 3IILLINERY GOODS. i wnicn vre win sen iow. 4-4 Stark A Sheetinir. br the bolt, at 14 cents perjani. READY" - MADE CLOTIHXG, Cheap for Cash. JOHN SPENCER & SONS. Paint Valley, O., Sept. 1870. 5tf. AMEBICAK Music Store, W" ooster, O. T, P, BAUMGARDNER, II.MtfecteSsVoc'k or"0" ' 'he PIANO FORTES, Cabinet Organs and Jilelotleons, I Of Hie very best mannfactnres in the Unitetl states, anu aro FULLY WARRANTED. ALSO Accordeons, Violins. Guitars, AND Mas ical AUerch an dise. ALSO THK BEST Italian Strings, Sheet Jfusic, cCc. Kept for sale at very hm ratts. Pinnos, Organ, 3Ielodeom and Accordeonb REPAIRED & TUNED In the most substantial manner. jBQyBe sure and give me a call. At the Corner Store, American Building, It ooster, Ohio. T. p. BAUMCARDNER- BOOTS, SHOES, ' AND- LEATHER S.H.CHERRYHOLMES&CO. A RE receiving direct from theniRnnractory, I J.X. a very large mock ox Which we are offering at unusually LOW l'KICES. Our Goods are all of the ben quality. We Warrant All of Our Hand Made Goods. Men's Boots, all prices. Boys' Boots, $2.50 to $4.50. Tooth's Boots, $1.50 to $2.00. Women's Calf Shoes, $2 to $3. Misses Shoes, all prices. Children's Shoes, 25c. to $1. Women's Gaiters, 50c. to $3. 1VK ARE SEI.LINti RUBBER GOODS, At inanufartorr nrice. We have a larse lot and will ell them. Sole Liattur at Low Prices, From 30 to 35 Cents. Slioe Maker's Tools and Findings at Prices far Below Old Prices. Our stni'l- U full .nul omltlite. kll of the let quality of goods, bouxht for cash from lirst li.liilc .ml n iliXitnnlllftl tn .111 At Midi low prices o, & to make the Hoot, Shoe and I Leather trade iuiio meiy. ltE.ME.MHEi: THE I'LACK, At the Red Front lloot and Sloe Store and at Ike. Express Office. S. II. CIIKKUYHOLMKS Co. Illlerbur. O, Sept. 1K0. 4tf I I I I I TTOW can you finish yourtoilet for an even towns. XX ing call among the Fair Ones without a j g: as O Y o ung Men WATCH ! That indispensable article of dress. It is sruuiiUilll ICE, ir the evening has -flown on angel wings,' and the honrs begin to count among me fjaALL c lukj lir. A NICE WATCH, that you will not ashamed to show, can be bought be PREY'S Every" One ZWarranted ! The Farraer- Mechanic orBHonsewife, can get Serviceal3le Timekeepers TO SUIT THEM, in appearance or quality. It i not necessary to invite PROFESSION AL GKNTLESI EV for theyaUtjocjrlieri Ei.Ai-o aiunr, i, anune are pronu to say , c 1 1. r v a iiuTini aiiore ui luetr imiruHUgv, S P ECTAGLES MADE A SPECIALTY. The money will be refunded if we fail to give Experience and acquaintance with manu factories jfive us a special advantage, with which we mean to BenefltlOur Customers. Anjr. 18T0. ltf IIOXORTII'S Millinery and Ladies' Furnishing Store. JXTST EECBT7ED. A specialty in Ladies' White Goods. A fine assortment of the latcat style Hats. French trove Skeleton and Eugene Corsets. Hair Oils and Perfumery a good assortment. A nico selection of T.ndip' Collars. T-irp. Linens, Ac. Also a full snnnlv of Jewplrir- Hose. Hair Coils, Hair Xets. Thread. A spool cabinet. V&Ten with cacH Sla niran rn-thn ..I.Iih.,1 Cla.V.. A-llnH A larre lot of Janan Switches. Stftmnetl Goods, Braid". Embroidery, Cottons, Silks, &u, 4c. M. BIRD & SON, Opposite 'Commercial Block. THE LARGEST Clothing House IX MILLEBSBTTBG. "WE HAVE THE CHEAPEST, THE BEST, THE LARCEST, STOCK 01' Gents', Youth's and Boy's Gents' Furnishing Goods ! Of Kcery Vescrirtion. You will Do Well to Clve Us a Call Before Buying. nr "Wall Iivpei'9 Window Sliixdes, Now and desirable palerns Ju both. Just received at the TOUK. lml Au. ), law. of '1 Mi !M ' DAILY'S Marble Works ! Millersltnry, Ohio. A XICE ASSORTMENT OF MONUMENTS ! AX1 Tomb- Stones, OP THE BEST . , . AND . SUTHERLAND FALLS AMERICAN MARBLE ! ALWAYS ON HAND, AND AT 15 PER CENT. LESS ! Than the same can be bought of any traveling .agent. tSTAll, Materials Warranted JVb. I.ig3 ltf C. P. DAILY. Great Attraction ! NOW, IS THE TIME To !S.ay& Money. NEW GOODS. CHEAP GOODS. STYLISH GOODS. S. MARX Si, BRO.. United States Clothing Store Jlave just received a large stock of Pall and Winter p Which they offer at VEBY LOW FBICES ! JUST THE PLACE TO GET GOOD GOODS CHEAP ! Ton will find a full assortment of Ready-Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Cents' Furnishing Coods, Trunks, Valises, Satchels, Umbrellas, &c. Don't forget the place Two Doors West of the Court House. S. MARX & BRO. Millcrsbnrs, Sept. ISM. ltf Mrs. BATTX2T, WOI'LD respectfullv- announce to the La dies of-Mitlershurs and vicinity, thai she is now opening a fresh stoct of Fall Goods ! COXSISTIXi: OF NEW STYLES OF HITS, Flowers, Chignons, e Ribbons, Hair Nets, Clovos Ladios 'and Children's Hose Hemstitched Handkerc'fs. Plain Handkerchiefs. Thread and Laces, Wash Blond, Bobinet Lace. Also, a large assortment of Je7elry,Sleeve Buttons,&c. Pearl Shirt Button., Slar, Soutaah and other Embroidering. Brakls iu great variety, all or whicloylU be old At Extremely Low Prices