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Holmes County Republican.
ZiOCAIiS. aIilu-esbchg, O, : : 2"ov. 3, 1S70. S. II. Pettisgill k Cost I'ark Hon'. New York. 1 AND Geo. P. Roweix k Co., 40 Park Ko-, Xev Vori. Arc the sole Afrcnts for the litrCBLiCAS in citv, and are authorized to contract for inserting advertisements for us at our lowest cash rates. Advertisers In that city are nuc-tc-l to leave lhcir favors with citherof tlic aljovc houc. OUR AGEXTS. The following jtcrsons are authorized to ac a our agent" for the Republican. All names handed itt for subscription, or advertisements for the paper, will receive prompt attention: K. IX. BELXAl", Wooster, Ohio. J. 1'. SIIL'XK, Wilnlot, Stark Countv, Ohio. - Copies of the Republican. Copies of the Holmes Col'NTT ItErriLiCAN can be had at the News Dejtot in wrapper, for live ccitts a number. New Advertisements. Voorhes & Hudson btove and Tin siore, It. C A J. T. Maxwell :lothicri. Drowned A child living near the Hockcnbcry 3IU1, about three miles alxve Ilolmes ville, on I'aiut Creek, fell into the fore bay and was drowned one day lat week. Lecture on Palestine ? f . On next Monday evening in Town Ilalithc Rev. Joseph ITtitchinon will deliver a lecture on "Life and Scenes in Palestine.' Lecture to commence at 7 o'clock. Kicked by a Horse. Mr. William Metz, who lives near Wincsburg, had his leg badly broken by the kick of a horc f-everal days ago. We intended noticing this last week, but it was overlooked. A Twistification. Write we know is written right, when we sec it written write; but when we sec it written right, we know it is not written wright: For write, to have it written right, must not le written right or wright, nor yet should it be written rite; but mrtte, for x 'tis written right- Red Saques. Red Saques arc extremely fashionable this season here, as well as elsewhere. There is scarcely a moment in the day that from one to half a dozen may not Je seen on the street. Woostcr seems to have been visited witli this epidemic to a greater extent even than Millersburg. Some boys there for the fun of the thing counted one itinrfj-etlaHti re different la dies and misses on the street, on Satur day evening, each having on one of these pretty garments. Fourth Ohio Re-Union. The Re-union of the -1th O. V. I. will le held at Wooter, on Wednesday, No vember 0th. All members and friends of the Regiment are invited to be pres ent. Xo efforts are Ijeing spared to make it a pleasant and happy occasion. Among the distinguished persons in vited, and w ho are expected to be pres ent, are Generals Meade, Hancock and Carroll, also James II. Godman, of Co lumbus. Cash System. The principal groccre of Akron held a meeting one evening last week and unanimously resolved to abandon en tinfiythe. credit system, and allow no gp -;ries to go out of their stores un-less-paid for. This undoubtedly is the only true way to do business if it could be carried out strictly, but we doubt very muchVhether it will succeed until all other branches of business do the same. It would be a fine thing if this state of affairs could be brought about. Improvement in Ladies' Gaiters. The nicest tiling that we have seen in the boot and shoe line, is the new Patent Gaiter, which Mr. F. Seal has shown us. Mr. S. has purchased the right to man ufacture them in this township and con sequently has the exclusive right of sale. Wc would advise our readers to see them before purchasing their supply. For particulars see advertisement in another column. Hallow-Een. Last Monday evening was hallow-ccn The boys, as' is usual on that night, en joyed ( ?)thcmselve-s in pulling cabbage, rolling barrels about, transferring store boxes from place to place, unhinging gates, separating wheel -anil axles and distributing them about in general. Halldw-Een is the name given to the evening preceding "All Hallows' or the "Day of All Saints.' How it eame to be thus perverted, we know not. Mistake. We advise all who go outhunting these times, to be very careful that they do not take domestic fowls for wild ones. A party of three gentlemen from town mis took some turkeys and chickens in the yard of one of our farmers, for wild turkeys, prairie chickens or something else, and succeeded in slaughtering sev eral before the man of the hou-c (his family beiug all away from home) could come from the corn field and informed them that they were entirely mistaken, that tho were his poultry. Our Band. The Millersburg Silver Cornet liand is one of the be-t in the State. It dis courses sweet music now and then to the great delight of our citizens. Our townspeople might well be proud of such an organization. Wc see no reason' why another one should not be organized, which would have a tendency to stimulate the present organization to greater efforts even toward perfection. Wc hope some of our German citizens will take hold of it. There is plenty of good musical talent among them to form a first-class band. Let our musi cians think of this. Auroral. The frequency of auroral visitations is not one of the least remarkable of the meteorological phenomena of the year. The coincidence of these displays in point of time with the extraordinary changes now in progress on the surface of the sun has been noted, but whether there is a relation between them of cause and effect is a question that may well oc cupy the attention of scientists. In other respects the year has boon a remarkable one. The weather record at Yale College shows that not .only was the temperature of the four months end ing with September higher than for the corresponding months of any year since 1763, but also the aggregate fall of rain luring the same months was less than half the average, and smaller than in the corresponding period of any year since the record of the rain tall was commenced at Xew Haven In 1R0I. AVhcthcr this heat, this dryness, this abundant electricity and the solar per turbations in the upper regions of the air are all attributable to a common cause; or whether they are in any way related, are tlie problems tlte year pre sents to science. Methodist Mite Society. j The Methodist 3Iitc Society will meet j Friday evening: this week at the lioue !ofDr.Eo-s. Presbyterian Mite Society. Tlie Mite Society of the Presbyterian Church will meet at the house of Mrs. 31. Smith, on north Clay ?treet, this Thur-tlav cvcniii". Lecture Association. The members of the Youn Men's Lecture Association, lately formed, will meet on Thurday eveninjrof this wceV to perfect their organization. A full at tendance is tleeired. Lecture Association. R. C. & J. T. Maxwell. Our readers will please give attention to the new advertisement of this enter prising firm. They have, a large assort ment of goods on hand, just what, our citizens need, and they desire them to call and see for themselves. Head their locals. Voorhes and Hudson. Attention is called to the new adver tisement of Voorlie- & Hudson. Their stock of stoves is complete. It is now time to have your parlor and heating stoves put up. And those who may de sire to purchase new ftoves will fund it greatly to their advantage to call on these gentlemen and examine their stock. Fine Discourse. Reing in Wootcr over Sabbath we went to bear Dr. Lord preach in the Cnivcr.ity Chapel, in the afternoon. Tiie service was an extra one, being ap pointed at.'! o'clock in order that other churches might attend. Between live and six hundred people were present. The Doctor took for his text the words : "Wickedness burnetii like fire." His remarks were clear and consic, showing that sin if pcr.-isted in would ruin the Ixidy, mind and soul. Flax Mill Burned. The Flax Mill of. I. C. Kurtz, near Wooster, was burned to the ground last Tliursdav morning between three and four o'clock. The lire caught in the lower lloor. All the contents of the Mill were burned. The machinery is all de.-troved. This is the second time this Mill has been destroyed by fire. It is supposed to be the work of an incendi ary. We understand Mr. Kurtz intends rebuilding immediately. Lecture on Jerusalem. On last Thursday evening according to notice, Rev. .To-cph Hutchinson de livered a lecture on "What I saw in Je-ru-alm." Xotwithstauding the heavy shower of rain jut before lecture hour, the Town Hall was filled with an intcr- I eating and appreciative audience. Mr. j Hutchinson began with his entry into Jerusalem, and gave in detail the full particulars of all he saw. The popula tion of the present city is about 1S,000, and is under the authority of the Turks, who prohibit Christians and Jews from entering many of the places of sacred interest. Among the many places of interest which he mentioned, was the Mosque of Omar the Church of the Holy Sep ulchre the Pools of Siloam- and Rethcsda Mount of Olives Place of Crucifixion, &c, &e. The lecture was interesting from beginning to end. In teresting, as it gave a minute descrip tion of those old scenes and transac tions. Mr. Hutchinson has agreed to deliver another lecture on next Monday evening in the Town Hall. His subject that evening will be "Life and Scenes in Palestine.' Mental vs. Social Culture. Many young people are already in quiring: "How shall wc spend these long evenings ?"' Winter is the best time for social, intellectual and moral culture. Opportunities will not be wanting dur ing the next six months for social im provement. Singing parties, and vari ous entertainments will often bring young people together. Their social nature will no doubt be cultivated. The danger is that the mind will be neglected. Most men are more sociable than in telligent. AVhatcver else you may do this winter, do not fail to read a number of good book. Acquire the habit of reading spend two or three evenings each week in storing your mind with useful knowl edge; read Uistory,J3iography, .Mental, Moral and rhysieal science; a novel oc casionally, three a year w ill be enough, but be careful to select those of stand ard authors. The social qualities of our young men Mid women are highly spoken of by people from abroad. They will certain ly bear an enviable reputation if they cultivate equally well their mental and moral natures.' Physical power de creases as we advance in life, but men tal power Miould increase, "ton will learn to enjoy reading hg reading. "Choose that which is best and cit-tom will make it most agreeable." Autumn Musings. Tlie summer has passed its climax, and. its gradual decadence into the brown and pensive autumn is perceptible to tlie eye as well as to the sense of leel ing. As the human being passes through the busy term of middle life into tlie calmer vear of sober maturity, so tlie year is passing through tlie time of growtli and increase into a teason of abundance and the gathering in of the rich rewards of toil and industry. It is the turning-point in the year, from which we may look back upon the first cheering days of early spring, unlock ing the frozen streams, ami causing tlie tender grass to shoot upward from tlie softening earth; then the warmer day of May and June, unfolding the buds and blossoms, bpreadiug out tlie fra grant roses, and bringing the tuneful birds back from their wintry exile to cheer us with their sprightly song ; then the hot and sultry Mimmer, with its busy hum of insects and echoing sounds of rustic life, its days of honest toil and nights of cool refreshment. And then we pause and look forward through the ricli tinted months of September, Octo ber and November, when the gorgeous lines of the forest, gradually changing into the "sere and yellow leaf," proclaim the sure approach of storm and icy win ter. And so it is in life. While, man en joys in middle age the fruits of toil in earlier life, be instinctively looks on ward through the vista of declining years into the approaching period of old age. And now as his sun sinks toward tlie Iiori7on, memory's lengthened shad ows admonish him that his day is draw ing to an end, and that the sleep of death awaits him. But tlie good man, who can look back upon a life well spent, there is a glorious prospect beyond the grave. .Even as tlie sun of tlie coming spring will surely awaken all nature to renewed life, so will the righteous dead be quickened into everlastinglife by the Sun of Righteousness, even ho who was dead and is risen again, and who Is alive for evermore. Overcoats in abundance and very cheap, at Maxwells'. Ilv3 33x"iof UocalH. Oiirfrtfinrlc flirmnrlinlir thp mnil i- .,, , r x. . ' will pfinfor n f.irnr hr r.nmninnipjilin to us the facts of any accident or other matter of local interest which may come under their observation. Go to Maxwells' for your Ruby Jackets. Ilw3 Mr. A.Waits, fashionable tailor, and agent for the Singer Sewing Machine, will make his debut in our advertising columns next week. Mr. lV. thoroughly understands his business and is a very clever gentleman to deal with. Prize Pop Corn Bags, only 5 cts., at Weston's. 10v2 Tlie Millersburg Machine Shops will-resume work in a few days. Ladies, go toJ. E. Koch, jr. for your new style fringed Water Proof Cloth. lOtf. For Good Gloves and Mittens, go to Corbus. lw From present indications the nolme County Driving Park Associa tion will be a grand success. Their first meeting will take place November 10th, 11th and 12th. A very large number of entries are alreadv made. -Russian calf mittens can be had at Maxwells'. llwX -To our Millersburg friends we would say that when you visit Wooster, aud on your return do not wish to go home by way of Orrville, call on O. A. Wilhelm. He has a number one Livcry Stable, and will drive you across the country to Apple Creek Station fur a very small compensation. Mr. W. is very accommodating; has good horses and carriages, and the ride i a very pleasant one. -M. Bird & Son offer the greatest bargains in Overcoats in Millersburg. Ow.'i Prize Pop Corn Rags, only 5 cts., at Weston's. 10v2 -For Late Styles Silk and Cassi- mere Hats, go to Corbus. 1 w -For plain cassimere, or woolen shirts, go to Maxwells'. llw'J. -Thanksgiving day for the Nation lias been fixed for Thursday, Nov. 24th, by the President. Gov. Haves has se lect the same dav for Ohio. -For fancy collars and bows, latest styles, go to Maxwell-.'. Ilv3 -Try Weston's Oysters his oyster rooms arethc neatcst,and hisoystcrs are served np in the best style., 10w2. -Bird's have the nicest line of Pants and Vests in town. 9w3 -Spencer & Son in Paint Valley, are doiugagood buiness with their general assortment of goods. Tliev are scllin; them at a very low rate. They deal in dry goods, groceries, boots and shoes, and everything that is gciicrally found in a first-class country store. Trunks at 3Iaxwclls' at wholesale prices. Ilw3 Go to J. E. Koch, jr., for good Prints at CJf cents per yard. Otf A body that weighs one pound upon earth, would weigh twenty-seven and a half pounds if transported to the sun; and an ordinary sized man would there weigh four thousand pounds. Prize Pop Corn Bags, only jets, at Weston's. 10w2 Be sure and try Weston's fried oysters. He excels all others in fried oysters. 10w2 Drawers and undershirts at Max wells' as low as 50 cents. Ilw3. Scarlet Fever is now very had in Wooster. Some children have died on the second or third day after taking it. One man buried two children last Satur day. The cheapest Trunks in town, at M. Bird & Son's. !)w3 Go to J. E. Koch, jr., for the latest styles fall and winter Shawls, Saratoga and Persian Cloaks, &c. fltf For good, large sized Overalls go to Maxwells'. llw3. Prize Pop Corn Bags only 5 cents, at Weston's. 10v2 Go to J. E. Koch, jr., for tip-top coffee at 22 cts. per pound. Extra sugar at 11 ct3. per pound. Golden syrup at Tr cts. per gallon. Carolina Rice at 10 cents per pound. f tl Bird's have Overcoats foro.00. Call and see them. !hv3 Go to J.E. Koch, jr., for the best Prints, Merrimack Cw) Cocheco, Ac. at 12 cts. per yard. !" -Bird's have Men's Coats for $3.50. Come and buy one. Otv.'t Remember that J. E.Koeh, jr., is headquarters for teas; good teas at $1.25 per pound; best Imperial and Young Hyson at $1.50; best Uncolored Japan $1.25 per lb. Otf Honesty is the best policy in med icine as w ell as in other things. Aycr's Sarsaparilla is a.genuine preparation of that unequalled spring medicine and blood purifier, decidedly smerior to the poor imitations heretofore in the market. Trial proves it. -Maxwells keep the renj best buck skin, gauntlets, gloves and mittens, cheap and warranted. Ilw3. i Everybody goes to.T. E. Koch, jr. I for'their Cloths and Cassimere for suits, j Xew styles Plaids, Stripes and Scotch! mixed received daily. lOlf. Maxwells are, oiVering better bar gains in ready-made clothing and piece goods than any other like establishment in town. Ilv3. Mr. S. P. Bachtcl, agent for tlie; celebrated Davis Setting Machine, in Holmes, Coshocton and Muskingum j Counties, lias located himselt on Jaek-j son street, oppo-ite the (.omniereial Block in this place, and those in need of a. sewing machine should give him a call. The machine is a good one. Go to J. E. Koch, jr., for good yard wide Muslins at 10 cents per yard. iitf. We are pleased to see that some improvement has been made in the walk along Depot Street. Mr. Duer lias put down a substantial plank walk, while others are preparing to do tlie same. Let the good work continue. For Good and Cheap Furs go to Corbus. 1 y I is a as E. Blanks. Warranty Deeds, with anil without Dower clause, Jlortfrajres, single, and double, Quit Claim Deeds, Administra tor, Executor ami Guardian Deeds, Chattel jrortKafies, Summons, Subpoe nas, Executions, Ac, of tlio most ap proved form kept constantly for salt; at this ofllre. tf. Remarkable. An underground lale lias been dis covered near Loudonvillu. On the day which the shock of tlie earthquake was felt, a stream of water about one foot in diameter, guslicd out from a barren hill side with great violence. Tlie ground is settling in the vicinity of the outlet; long poles have been inserted, but no bottom can be found. It is causing con siderable excitement. Wooster Jlepnb liean. its MARRIAGES. MAKItlED.-Ortober Ktli, lr liev. (!. A. Iteeiler. of- KreJerleksbiiri;, 'JOHN' W. Mc U.AI'.BAJ', Km., toMUt SAl'AU ll.W.NfW. Prepare for Cold Weather. I Xowthat winter is approaching, i behooves liarents more than ever to 1 i that their children are clothed in such manner as to protect them from the and sudden changes of weather. The chief cause of infantine mortality, in addition to foul air, or poor food, is the false pride of many mothers. Children are killed by manner in which they are dressed as cer tainly as by any other cause. In changeable climate children of the most tender age arc left with bare arms and legs, and with low-necked dresses. The mothers, in the samedress, would shiver and suffer with cold, and expect a fit -ickness as the result of their culpable carelc-snc-s. And yet tlie mother-could endure such a treatment with far le- danger to health and life than their ten der infants can. A moment's reflection wilt indicate the effects of tills mode dressing, or rather want of dres-ing, tne cniici. 'the moment the cold strikes its bare arms and legs, the blood is driven from these extremities to the internal and more vital organs. The re sult is congestion, to a greater or less extent of those organs. In warm weather the heat will bring on affections of bowels, and this mode of dressing may be reckoned one of the chief causes summer complaints. But in cold weather congestion and inflammation of the brain and lungs are the result. It painful to see children thus dressed like victims for sacrifice. Weston's Shorts. Dried Beef. Cranberries. Oysters Raw. Oysters Fried. Oysters Stewed. Cream Crackers. Sugar Cured Hams. Bell's Buffalo Soap. Tip-top Cider Vinegar. New Jersey Sweet Potatoes. Carbon Oil, 40 cents per gall on. New Raisins 25 cents per pound. Soda Crackers, 10 cents per pound. Six Cakes'Honey Soap for 25 cents. Picnic Crackers, 10 cents per pound. Butter Crackers, 10 cents per pound. Silver Drips Syrup at 1,25, ier gallon. -ew urieans jiioiasses. Maltby's H & M Oysters at $1.(10 per can, y, cans 50 cents." 10tf" The Innocents Abroad. We have received from R. W. Bliss Co., Toledo, Ohio, a" beautiful volume six hundred and fifty pages, finely illus trated w ith two hundred and thirty-four Engravings, just brought out by'thcin. entitled the "Innocents Abroad,or The New Pilgrim's Progress;"' which from the pen of that ino-t inimitable and entertaining writer, "Mark Twain." Criticism of the work is almost imposs ible; as .suflieient gravity of counte nance for the purpose, can hardly be maintained over the volume. To tfiink of, or look at it, is to smile, but to read it is to overwhelm all criticism with tin controlablc laughter. It is truly an original affair, and docs credit to its author. He treats of sub jects of which wc supposed we were lully acquainted in such a manner that we come to the conclusion finally that wc are swallowing sugar-coated statis tics, aud are aware that vrc are digesting much useful and important information, learning facts wc never knew before, getting glimpses ol scenes and place from entirely new stand-points, and catcning new anil quaint ideas, expressed in tlie most original and liuiiiv manner. Altogether the Book is a "ood one one wc can heartily recommend to our readers, it is pure m morals, and just the thing for fire-side reading. It is beautifully illustrated with two hundred and thirty-four fine Engrav imrs. which add irreat value'to the Knnk- The Publishers have certainly done their pan wen, ana given to the public handsome volume. Buy this Book, say we, and our word for it you will not regret the outlay. The work will be sold by subscriDtion only, and canvassers for it are wanted in every town in the County. This pre sents a rare opportunity for all who need employment, to enter into a light and agreeable occupation, that must be very remunerative. Those fortunate enough to secure an Agency for it, will be sure to get large returns, as the book will be wanted by the whole people, and must and will have an immense sale. Applications should be made to R. W. Bliss & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Publications. The American' Sunday Worker for parents and teachers, comes to us this month as fresh as a morning rose in June. Having examined it closely, wc hesitate not in saying that it is just the thing for teachers. We know of no bet ter work of the kind published. Every reamer ami parent snouui nave it. J. W.Mclntyrc, St. Louis. Oci: JIaoazine The November num ber of this sprightly little magazine is now on our table. It gives fair promise of success. One of its chief attractions, its high moral tone. Its mechanical apiicarancc is good, its literary charac ter iiigu. mcef 1.UU.1 rear. Ten cents copy. Good Health A iournal ofnlivsical aud mental culture, published by Alex ander foore, Boston. The November number of this vcrr valuable work is before us and we pronounce it a sensible and practicable magazine. Tlie varicty its contents K only equalled by tlie excellence of its contributions. The following are a few headiugs of subjects upon which tiiis number treats: Dining with a"dand.irin: Tlie Karen: Xation.il Education ; Jlcans of Preserving Health ; Dreams and their causes; and inanr other rery interesting subject-. Tin: 1'eoi'I.k- Literary Cojipaxiov. for Xorember, comes to n as bright and fresh looking as the green fields arc after a gentle rain. It is published bv C. Alien & Co., Augusta, Maine. Term-, 7" cents a year. A line Steel Engraving, entitled 'From Shore to Shore,'' is pre-cntcd to every new Mib scriber. It i reallv one of the ino-t pleaMii; pleating engravings ever before the pub- lie. The Companion i, printe.1 on line, heavy i:iprr: its columns are Illicit to' the brim with good things br talented author, anil Withal it is one of the larg- est and linc-t illu-tratcd family paicrs publMied. -Tin: Little Cortoiml Magazine foi Xorcinbcr ia a beautiful number ot a inot beautiful juvenile good enough for the niot exacting. Huee it- enlarge ment and improvement, and the addi tion of line full page and other engrav ings, The Little Corporal is worthy of a circulation of at lca-l a hundred thous and. The remaining numbers of 1870 are offered free to all who subscribe now for the next year. Don't fail to give your children this sterling juvenile ma gazine. It U published in Chicago, 111., by Sewell & Mill, at one dollar and a half a year, 15 cents for a single copy. Beautiful and generous premiums are given for clubs. Sewcll A Miller, Chi cago. Our. Monthly A new rrcsbvtcrian Monthly. We have before ti. this truly valuable and interesting family maga zine for November. Wc have bad tlie pleasure of reading this magazine for nearly a year and take, pleasure in say ing that it lills ourhleaot'whata christ ian and literary magazine ought to be. Every I'resliyterian family should sub scribe for it for 1S71, and now is the time tortopo. Terms single copy $X Minis ters and Theological students $2. Ad Presbyterian Magazine Co. 178 Elm street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Tiik Atlantic Monthly for Novem ber is again upon our table. As usual its contents arc refreshing. "Footpaths," "Oldtown," "Fireside Stories,"' "Highly Explosive," "Ex)erinients,""'Josephaiiil his Friend," "Traveling Companion," "The Intellectual of Music," are among choice, pieces. 1.00 ler year. Tiik Eclectic M.tfi.iziN'i; lias made its appearance for Xorember. Wo cannot speak too well of this excellent inonthi v. More sound, substantial knowledge call obtained from it, than from almost any other source for twice tlie money. Published by.E. It. Pelton,10 Fulton street, X. Y. Millersburg Market. CORRECTED BY H. & B HERZER. General Produce and Commission Merchants. General Produce and Commission Merchants. NOVEMENT 2, 1870. too tlie our of of on air FLOUR. '?. hbl., Kctail. WHEAT, -No. 1. f. bush WHEAT. 'o. 5. ilct, '1 bush, t:oi:x, per bush (new) KYK. " - -r.AlILEV. - - -OATs-, new, V bush. ruivu: sEEiv t bush, TIMOTHY S.KED. " KLAX fKEl). -WHITE r.KASs, POTATOES, HAY. 'r. ton. Enr.S.VilOJ- - -i ... jti no . l m l m - 15 .jnstai ""S3 5 tfl 3 no - 1 DO 1 50 - t K (X) lIUTThi:, (in roll) V- In. f- 3) CHEESE, " - - 16 L.AK1I, " 1 HAM-. .... siion.DKi:-, r ib - - - TALLOW. - '. IiniKIl Al'l'I.E-. Vih ii:ih.i m.t.iiK. f ir., - - -rtos i"ai:ki rtAciiivs. - - - n 11. -FEATHERS V- H- hALT. bin. retail, - - - am wool, "r lb. - ia Wool, per cor l, - - 3)(almt Ave have uo change to note in the grain niar Let, except Hurler, which is rery dull at ijuo tations. Clover Sceil ha been in fair demand. with a shade above mir quotations, however, when it comes forward freely; it will, no doubt go below our figures, as there is no etort de mand and a large surplus in the country. CLEVELAND MONEY MARKET TURSDAY, NOV 1. of is The following1 are tho closing rates of Specie aud Gorernment Secnrities in tliia market: 31 u vine. sellinrr. Gold in in?r Mlver large 105 10m silver small l(Ki Sixes of 18&1, coupons 113,'j; 10(1 114? 112 ill; H2K 110?; 110; 310!; 100V r ive-Twenties u) coupons 112 Fire-Twenties (Im&1) coupons 111 Five-Twenties (lrTl couuons 113: Five-Twenties (itG) coupons 110 r ive-iweni.es iisnj coupons nuj; Five-Twenties (If-) coupons I10r Ten-Forties ev. in. coupons lf,v CLEVELAND MARKET. TURSDAY, Nov. 1, 1870. & of FLOUR. Tlie market is steailv ami firm. Wc quote as follows: White XX, MTjraT.fW Kert XX, $.Tja(I.ii. Amlier XX, $5.75tfit.S. iikat. liecenus are nsiit market una. Xominallvat 41.20 for'o.l red and $1.19 hid; No. a do at fl.l63fM7. c ou t air demand and stcadv at .?c rorJNo 1 mixed ; Xo. 2 do. 10c, OATs In moderate miuest and weak: No. 1 State sold in a small way at tifaKic mot hold ers asking the outside figure. 40c for Xo. 2. UiJv The marker isoniet and unchanged: held at 85c for No 1 ; Hto for Xo 2. IIARI-Ei The market nominal, ataranire of $1 lOl 13 for good to choice Mate, Western ami 1 a nana. IjA HI) Mrariv nnd iinchamrrd- hut lirmr city rendered held at lfi'fc in tierces. 17cin keg. Djiujvj.if jih.vi!) JiarKei ?icaiy ami unn. we nnote city sncar cured canva-ed Ham at 21c; do. Shoulders at lie: uneanacd 14'ic; Kacon 17c: lined Ueef 20c j:eef Tnjruo ?ti.0O per dozen ii x 1 nu uie 1nark.11: i- Mreuiy aim prices are unchanged; prime to choice Ave tern lie- serve i m demand at :?Jait; extra nice do. in small packages :J0(33"ie; inferior and common ranjres niyr-iK. t,iir.j-h me market is tteam- ami lirm: Factory held at 14j:13e. llCfis Firm and unchanged, at cbvtlic barrel; S0c in pm.nl 1 package and counted out. l'OTATOKS Moderate demand: hcld7.VS&5c from tuams; 7Ti80c for car lot on track; PZ(r t0c formall lot-i from store. NEW YORK MARKET. Xew York, Oct. Ill Flour dullhut unchanged shipping grade carce and -tcad. Whe.it, the demand fair and the market lirm; new Xo. 1 nrinsr Chicasro l.2Swl, Si: Xo. isnrinirXm cago, new. Si WiI 4t: winter red and ainhcr wctern w.:;i iiw mill hut unchautred. Oats quiet and unchanged. Corn dull and prices are nominal; imed He. retroleum. th demand i- good at full prices. Pork, dull and price unt-uangcii. j;eei urooping. j;uikmcati doll. Bacon dull, and prices are nominal. Lard dull hut unchanged: good at 16,'; a I nTI 9 vrnrmnvret 'GROCERIES & 1T0TI01TS, . . .. j PHOTOGRAPHIC! W. J. COCnTNCV. .1. M. ArrxETOX. Courtney &2Appleton Photographers ! WE take pleasure in saving to the citizens we arc still in the Photograph Business, at our oiusianu, reauy 10 wait on our om customers and as nianv more as will favor ns with a call. Wc are mating HETIEli PICTURES ! Xow than can he made elsewhere in the countv. Our negatives arc retouched by an artistic hand, which cannot be excelled in the county, thus removing freckles, pimples and blotches We make the beautiful ami fashionable " REMBRANDT," or Shadow Picture ! Which is o much admired by all. Our work is executed in the highest style of the art. Pictures of all sizes made in the best possible manner. Call and examine our spe cimens. Old Pictures Copied and Enhwjed to A)vj Size, and Colored in Oil, India Ink or Water Colors. Picture Frames I Of all sizes and descriptions, for sale at small profits. We do not mate cheapness a special tv, but wc keep a FIRST-CLA&S GALLERY and make FIRST-CLASS WORK, so you will do well to call before going elsewhere, and wc guarantee you will not go away dissatisfied. AVE MAKE THE SHADOW PICTURE! A SPEC I. V LTV. jg-Sy-Call and see u-- Room West of Commercial Block, ilain iir COURTNEY & A1TJ.KTOX. A. J). WOJtK, JllLLKU-IlURG, OHIO. DKAT.KK ill Wheat anil Rye Hreail, Cake. lies ami Canilies. A l'nll aortmcnt of liroceries kept constantly on hanit. I.rXClIES sercd at all hours of the ilay. Come anil ee n. llf SSalVbatli Schools. YITIMj he Mipplieil with QriTIOX HOOKS, at the Dubli'her' rires. We al-o keep on hanil a la-pro lot of small, cheap i eumcnti, suuaoie ;or aonatli .-clinol -.cnol-ai-. What haten't pot in this line.thatmay he w antiil, ill he procured if possible. HOOK STOKE. IiMcrlnrg. . X- SHABP, RETAIL. DEALER IX Millersburg, Ohio. JSSfrAl-n azent lor ihe Knickerlwkcr I-ifr n-iir.mce Company, or xcw York. nf J. & G. ADAMS, BANKERS. Do a Ceneral Banking, Discount and Deposit Business, COLLECTION'S AMI EXl'E TA Ml"'. OFFICE IX T. It. BAIFF'S CORXEK, MlJU'i'tthura, Ohio. House ui Lot for Sale. 4 HOUSE OK SIX ROOMS, f-nnl WPH, M. J.X. Me, Ac. Lot C4mtftins lfiarrc'sniort or 1, lour acres timber, all under fence; adjoining Hojiewell Church, in lt-le Townhln, llolme County, O. For further particulars enquire of Otf JOHN" McCM'lIi:, Faim I'or 8nle. rpllK undersigned oHVrs forfait' the alunMe J, farm Lumi u a the I'tam-tr farm, Mtttatnl four miles west of Millrsliurg, vn the nmil leading to N:ih Mle. aidfarm cimUins U aeie well improved, with good huU-Hngi, well watered, ami good tlmherand coal. Terms em v. For further particular-i Inquire of John Phillips, tlvemiU-swc-,tofMilleishurg:, or Stephen V era, on the farm. Oct. IS, l)OV-in3 JAMES CLANKY. LADIES' CORSETS, LADIES' HOOP SKIRTS, LADIES' PANNIERS, L&tett itj-Us, and price to ult, lml At tks TRE. At Wholesale & Retail. New Fir m Harpster,Rudy &Co. 4 JIV. now lirenaiiil In nflVr to 111." liiihln tin t best assortment of HAUDWAKK everof Jeretl in this county, and at prices far below .iny establishment ivetorthe mountains. Hav- ihj; uvmtii our "- imm iui inauuiuciiirers Foil OAs I If ami intemlimr t SELL TPOTt CASH! Knables us to sell cheap; o the man who pays lor hi-. "-"xhK don't hate to ia-fur 1h hU neighbor l(i! $ ami don't pay'for. in marking our goous, we majce no calcula tion for losses in bad debts and wc don't in tend to lme ant. Good and Cheap Goods for Good Pay! It mir motto. M'cIiaTeoitcned a FIRST-OLAS VTOKK nml keep only FIKsT-CLA GOOl!?. Wehp.e made arrangements nith manufac turers of a great main goods in our line, so that no can -ell at manufacturer's -hop prices not even adding freight. Among w hich aro Sash and Doors, Door Locks, Class, Paints ane Oils, Spokes, Felloes and Hubs, Sleigh Material, Saws, every description, liest make. Shovels and Forks. Anvils & Vises, (PcterWrigrlit's.) 1 invite special attention to our stock ol Table and Pocket Cutlery ! Of hich haven full line that tie sell at the u-uai tvuoiesaie price, AIot HOUSE BLAXKETS, very cheap I. AT JIU11ES, single and double. Call and sec us before purchasing. We will uoyougoou. HARPSTER, RUDY &. CO. Millersburg, O. stf BOOTS & SHOES! x A. SHEIMPLIN'S BOOT AND SIOE STORE 01T HA1IDS AGAIN ! HE IIAStfiOXE EAST,TO PlTRCHA'-i: A larger stock of Hoots, Mioe and Gaiter- than eer, FOR FALL & WINTER WHICH HE WILL SELL AT VRICES Zaire!- Than Can he TtotifIit JZIseirliere. Men's Heavy Boots, S3.00 to S6.00 Men's Kip Boots, S4.00 to S6.00 Men's Calf Boots, S4.00 to SIO.OO Boy's Boots, all Kinds, Sl.50 to $4.00 Women's Balmorals, Calf, Coat and Kid. Women's Water - Proof Caiters. Ladies' Lace Boots, Cheap and Good, 75c. to $4.50 Children's Shoes, all Kinds, A larpe variety imiliU'cMoUlr cheap. Gum Hoots, Gum Shoes, Itulhers, Sandals, All sie?, anil clieaper Uian ever. ALASKA'S & ARCTIC'S! Overshoes in Abundance. AT.0. A I.AIEdi: LOT OK l'llIMP, Sole Leather ! SHOBitlAKBR'S FINDINGS. At Trices that Cannot le Jleut. Call and Seo Mo, and I will You a Cood Bargain. Civo Thankful for past favori, I solicit a coulinu Rncc of the eame. A. SHRIMPklN. Aug. ISTQ.-ltf 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. WE LTV JACOBS DEALER IX "WatcheSjJewelry AXD PLATED WARE! MILTjEHSBTLRG, OHIO. I WISH to say to the public that I have lately reeeiveil a large selection of GOOD JEW ELRY AXD WATCHES, which I now offer a very small margin. I purchase, my Watcher from a house in Xow Yort that ritnnnt lw un dersold, therefore, that enables mc to SELL CHEAT. I give below a rrt-xcn LIST : American Watek Co., Il'ii'Anni, Jfass. Waltham make Movement?, Appleton. Tracv A- Co., 1". liartlctt. " Willi.lm Klleti- $43.00 to 200.01) :.00 to 70.00 1GJ to 20.50 1.1.00 to n;.'i Home Watch Co. to 10i Xatianal Wntclt Co., Eiiia. Illinois. 1!. W. Rainond, Movements II. Z. Culver, Movements II. II. Tailor. ;. W. Wheeler, 30. 21.73 19.M1 19.H) S3.m Mat. Lallin, .1. T. li erson. Win. II. Ferry, Francis Ruhic, (Ladt size,) Lady Elgin, 8 Tho above Movements" have-Dust- Hands Tatent Centre Pinions ind war- ranted. Coin Silvei- Cases Two Ounce, Three Ounce, Silver Joints Three Ounce, fJold Joint-, fr-V) and f 8-10 11.01) Il.fl) visa 11.10 1S.23 21.25 r our Ounce, .Silver Joints, Four Ounce, Uold Joints, Fne Ounce. Gold Joint. Ounce, t'old Joints, HOLD CAKES IX PKOPORTIOX. REPAIRING! Neatly Executed at Very Low Figures. Kemember the place, Main Street, Opposite the Empire House, Millersburg, All?., ISM. ltf Ohio. STEW GOODS Cheaper Than Ever -AT- Excelsior Corner! FOR YOUR French Merinos, Silks, Empress Cloths, JPIaids, Delaines, Thibets, Velvets & Velveteens, lola WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. FOR YOUR BLANKETS & FLANNELS o to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. Paisley, Brocha, Thibet and Wool shawls, o i.. WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. FOR VOl'R Beaver Cloths, Broad Cloths, Black and Fancy Cassi meres, Wool Tweeds, Cassinets, Jeans, &c. o t.. WHOLF, UHLER 4. Co.'s. FOR YOUR Jivoien aud Hleaclted 3fuslins, Cotton Flannels, Denims, Tickings, Stripes and Checks, Co to WHOLF, UHLER &. Co.'s. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Queensware, Looking Classes, &c. Uo to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. roi: you: Hats, Caps. Jioots, Shoes and Jiubbers, WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. kok von: Fancy Goo3s anfl Notions, Go to WHOLF, UHLER &. Co.'s. nji: ovn (Irot'crirs, Flour, .Feed, and Provisions Generally, llo to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. TO m:ll YOClt Hutter, Eggs, Seeds, Lard, Autl all kinds of Froiluce, for the High est Price in Cash, G to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. ! J-4 at 'JACOB ScnCLEK." CHEAP & WELL SELECTED STOCK. J. & C. SCHULEPi, One door West of Mayer's Store. DEALERS LX Coffee, Provisions, Sugars, Teas. Tobacco. Cigars, Spices, Can dies, Fruits, yuls, Wooden Ware, risk, Flow Salt. Feed, Candles, Car Ion Oil, Lamps. Ac, Ac. The Hightest Market Price paid for all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE. r'eh. 1 1, :otr. c. 4 J. SCHULER. Great Attraction, AT THE OLD RELIABLE ! L. MAYERS, HAS JUST RECEIVKH A Large and Well Stock of Selected DEY GOODS. Heavy Yard Wide Muslin, 12 1-2 cts. per Yard. Nice Red Flannel, 25 cts. per Yard. Cood Calico, lOIcts. per yd. Boulevarde Skirts, Late Style, only $2. Nice Shawls, 50 cents. Kid Cloves, 50 cts. a pair. 200 yard Spool Cotton, only 5 Cents. Large Assortment of Pais ley Shawls. Finest Stock of Plaids in Town, 25 cts. to $1.50 per yard. GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, Boots & Shoes, HATS. CAPS 0 EUKS. Sent. 22, 183). Grand Hush Old and "R.clialle Stove & Tin Store -or M. SHOTJP, NO. 2 COMMERCIAL BLOCK, rpilK undersigned. H now offering- to (he pub- EXTENSION," for Wood, "INLAND EMPIRE, "Coal, Ami all the din"ercnttTlc of STOVES, At the lowest living rule. Al-o. deal in Crates, Hollow Ware, Union Churn, '"''' Pumps, &c, &c. Cutlery, Copjievirare. Timcqre. We manufacture OI'l' weveHat Hguies. COXKAPSeKCtEItr v Job Work and Repairing ! Neatly done, un short notice. We d SPOUTING AND ROOFINC! And KUnmtef) a sntlsfcictory job every time. Saleroom, 3in. 3 Commercial illocL, ililler, surg, OMe. str 2YX. IS XXOXT2P. of y New Fall Goods ! E. NEGELSPACH, Has bought at the beet time, a full line of DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, HATS AND CAPS, KXIT GOODS AXD TABXS, Queensware & Groceries, Which he offers for Oasli and. Trade I AT SMAIX PROFITS. Please call and examine. I llattermy$elf that I can offer tou the cheapest stock of goods ever io JHllershars. I alo itar as srood a Drice for nrodnce. in rinh or trade, as the market will allow. llf E. NECELSPACH. Mrs. BATTX2T, WOULD respectfnlly announce to the La dies of MiUrsburtr and vieinitr. that she is now opening a fresh stock of Fall Goods ! CONSISTING or NEW STYLES OF HITS, Flowers, Chignons, Ribbons, Hair Nets, Cloves, Ladies and Children's Hose Hemstitched Handkerc'fs. Plain Handkerchiefs. Thread and Laces, Wash Blond, Bobinet Lace. Also, a large aisortment of Jewelry,Sleeve ButtQns,&c Pearl Shirt Buttons, Star, Souhab. and other Embroideriner. Braids in ?reat variety, all of which will te sold At Extremely Low Prices. itr M. BIRD & SON. Opposite Commercial Block. THE LARGEST Clothing Souse IJS' JIIJOIEJtSBUHG. THE CHEAPEST, THE BEST, THE LARGEST, STOCK or Gents', Youth's and Soy's CLOTHING, AND Gents' Furiisluiig Goods ! Of Ecerg Description. You will Do Well to Clve Us a Call Before Buying. F. SEAL, .MANTFACTT-RER OF BOOTS, SHOES, AXD CAITERS, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. I WOULD respectfully announce to the pub lic that I am prepared to till sll orders for nixKiug Ladies' & Gentlemen's In the bet ami uxot approved stjle. T Keep none but the Jtest Workmen and )f'urrant All my Work: Repairing Done in Superior Stylo. fitiVKoimn over Hint's Clolhlna: More, cor nerut" Washington ami Jackson Mrecl. tr nf. SEiiLlj. LUMBER & LOG BOOK. Schribner's Iteady Reckoner Tho rat full nd complete Uok ever publUh- ed, Tor -snip tiuuaon, .uoai liuuuers, iuniDer Merc hunts and Mechanics, beinjj a correct .wu.urriuent of -cuUlusr. Boards, riank. Cu bical couteuts of Sluaro and lEound Timber. Saw-Loss, Tood, &c, compried In a number table, to which are added Tables of Wage brthe ilonth, -Hoard or Kent by tho Day or eeK, inierrsi j.auieK, ccc. For sale at the BOOK STOP-E. Millertburc, Auff. IB, 1370. lml