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HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN.
LOCALS. Millersburg, (, :: Jfov. 24, 1870. S: M. Petttxgill & Co., 37 Park Row, New York, AXD Geo. P. Eowell fc Co., Park now, New York, AsetbewleAsentsfo- -beEErrrucis in ihat city, acCr.eaui.iK ized o contract b-i.ie-'- 1UT auien CUJeM o i" 01 uu mn -toil rate. Ac're-.ise tin Iiat c'lie'e .eouesteu loIeareCieU svo with ci.oe-- of tlic aboTC faoues. OUR AGENTS. The following persons are authorized to ac as onr agents for the lErr;iLIC.lx. All names handed in for subscription, or advertisements for the paper, will receive prompt attention: F. D. BELNAP, Wooster, Ohio. J. P. SHUNK, Wilmot, Stark County, Ohio. Copies of the Republican. Copies of the Holmes Cor.vrr Ketcbxicas can be had at the News Depot in wrappers, for fire cents a number . . , Pay Your Taxes. The County Treasurer Is now ready to receive the December installment of taxes-gDon't trait till the last day", hut pay up before the rush commences. Natural. A litUo.girl in town the other day TV as reproyeu locpiayiug uuiuoure uu the boys, and Informed that "being sev en years old, she was too big for that now,"- IjJut wiiU. all imaginable Inno cence, she replied : ' "'Why, the b!ggcr we growhe better we like "em." Grandma took time to think. Before Justice Bell. John Maple and Chas. Emerson were arrested Monday morning, on complaint of'TiQomas 'H. Lupoid, for taking one bushel of clover seed and one bushel of timothy seed, j-om the premises of said Lupoid, rnd storing them in a stable used by the'defendanU; where they were found. . After examination before Just Ice Belfj'llflple was discharged and Em crsoti bound over to Court of Common Pleas. t W , , Questions Open for Answer. If four grains- make a. carat, how many will make'aparsnlp ? If seven lbscnufte a clo've, how many will makei nutmeg? If four; inches' make a hand, how many will make an arm ? If foutq'uariers -make a yard, how many win niaVe a garden.? If two'logsheadg make Ta pipe,- how many will make a cigar? Change of R. Time. 3 A change in the time of arrival anp departure of trains on the C Mt. V. &D.lITtTtook'pl?ccon Monday morn ing the 21st instant. Time as follows: , GOING NORTH. Ex. A Mail. LeaTe Millersburg, 57i.li. . -'Holmesvilie, 5S1 " " ".Fredericksburg, 6:04 " " Apple Creek, 6ril " " Orrrille, 7:03 " . Mai-shallTiUe, 7:11 " 'i Aicron, 8:10 " Arr. at Cleveland, 10:10 " Accom'dn. 131. J. lrtl ' l: " :18 " 8:18 " 3:41 " 632 10.-U0 " GOING SOUTH. Ex. & Matt. Leave Cleveland, A It: on, 720 A. 31. Ma-.6hallville, 8 as " " Oirvilie, 9.-3 " " .Apple C.eek, 108 " " Fredecksb'rg.ioai " " Holmesvilie, 11:02 " Arr.atiailersonrp, 11:24 " Accom'dn. 4:15 r.lu 6:18 " 7:15 " 730 " 721 " 8:lt " 833 ' 83? " Personal. IIon.M. TVelker paid us a visit last wgekTlie Judge looks well, and ,says he is ready to finish the balance of his term in Congress which expires on the 4tli. of, March next. Mr. "Welter has been a faithJul member and we hesitate not ill saying that very few members of Congress leave behind them as no'jlca record as the Judge will. Xhis disfc"ct has had'a faiihful public servant in Mr. Welker' and the voters of the District may well congratulate themselves in having such an able man as Hon. James Monroe to succeed him. In making a visit to Shreve the other day, we made it our business to call on our .brother edi.or,Mr. C. M. Kenton, of the ' Shreve City Mirror. Mr. K. is a clever gentleman, and of course, made our.call pleasant to us. The Horror is in a Jlourislumr condition. Weston Outdone. EcfS'Bburg, Ashland County, has ac cidentally found out that it has the Champion Pedestrian of the United States. Mr. Conrad Hammond, who has recently become a resident of that once flourishing viPage, having business in Ashland, and missing the hack, start ed on foot to thatnlace,distantnine miles,,where fie prrivedin -just forty-flveiAinntesJ-from. the time.hEstsnted, walking atthe rate of twelve miles an hour, nrone mile in five minutes. This seems like a pretty big story, yet, it may havejsGtae trtUh" in it" TTc hive known the gentleman from our boyhood, and used to wonder at the great velocity of his movements. Consequently we are not' at all surprised that le has aston ished the'world and the rest of-'raan kind by this remarkable feat. A New Way to Advertise. The' scope of advertising enlarges constantly. Not only are newspapers crowded,' and circulars sprinkled abroad like autumn-leaves, and all the pictur esque and pleasant scenery pasted' over with Vermifuge puffs, but the ingenious advertiser is constantly seeking unique methods of catching the public eye". At a recent funeral in Des loiues, Iowa, the minister, after .some pathct'o re marks; inquired if any dear- friend of the deceased wished to say anything on the solemn occasion. A stranger here stepped forward, and, after expressing sympathy with the friends of the de ceased, remarked that the ways of Prov idence were inscrutable, and, in this con nection, he wished to sav "that he was the agent for a first-class article of hair .vigor ibr the. State bf .Iowa.. The corpse had' useU it for years with great advantage, and he confidently recom mended it, especially to the minister and the undertaker present, as he perceived they were both painfully bald. "Shake the bottle' gentlemen," he exclaimed, earnestly, rising with the occasion, "and rub the matter- well in -with a stiff brush." At this stage of the proceedings a slight disturbance'oceurrcd, and the hair vigor man disappeared. A New Way to Advertise. Good-Bye. It i3 a hard word to speak. Some may think otherwise, but let them. Icy hearts are never kind. It is a word that has choked many an utterance, and started many a tear. The band U clasped, the word spoken, we part, and out upon the ocean of time wo go to meet again where, God'only knows. Itmaybosoon; it may be never. Take care" then that your "good-bye"' lie not a cold one, for it may be the last one yon can ever give. Ere you may meet your friend again, death's cold hand may have closed his eyes and chained hi-i lips forever. He may have died thinking you loved him not. "What tears of bitterness you then may have cause to weep ! "What anguish of soul may creep over you, for words lightly spoken I For your Furs go to Mayers. San Domingo Ermine, Alaska Mink, As trachan, &c, cheapest In town. 12w2 An Item Every Man Should Read. Vc have probably all of us met with instances, in which a word, heedlessly siokcn against the reputation of a fe male, has been magnified by malicious minds until the cloud has become dark enough to overshadow her 'whole exist ence. To ihosc who are accustomed Dot rjecessarUv flwi bad motives, but from though ues?ly to speak lightly of females, we recommend these bints, as worthy of consideration : Xever use a lady's name in an improp er p'aec, or at an improper time, or in mixed company. Xever make any assertions about her that you know to be untrue, or allusions that you feel she herself would blush to hear. When you meet men who do not scruple to make use of a-Woman's name in a reckless a"nd "unprincipled manner, shun them, forifiey are the very worst members of community men lost to every sense of honor; every feeling of humanity. Many a good and worthy woman" character has been forever ruined and her heart broken by a lie, manufactured by some villian, and repeated where it should not have been; and in the pres ence of those whose little judgment could not deter them from circulating the foul and blasting report. A slander is soon propagated, and the smallest thing derogatory to the char acter of a woman will fly on the wings of the wind, and magnify as it circu lates, until its monstrous weight crushes the poor unfortunate victim.' Eespect ihe name of woman, for your mother and sisters are women; and as you would ha(ve, their fair .names un tarnished, and their lives' uncmbitlercd by the slanderer's biting tongue, heed the ill that your own tongue may biing on the mother, the sister or the wile of some fellow creature. Editing a Country Newspaper. A cotcmporary pens the following vivid linc f country newspaper life : Edii.ng.a piper- Is a- very pleasant business. If it contains .too much political mat ter the people won't have it. If it contains too little they won't have It. "f .the.type.is large it: dont contain enough reading matter. If the type is small they can'tread it. If we publish telegraph repof 3, folks say they are nothing but lies. If we omit them, they say we have no enterprise, or suppress them for politi cal effect. If we have la a few jokes, folks say we are nothing but a rattle-head. If we omit jokes they say we are an old fossil., If we give a man complimentary notices wc are censured for being par tial. If we do not they say we are illiberal. If we insert an article which pleases the ladies, men become jealous. If we do not cater to their wishes, the paper is not a fit one tp have in Jhetr houses. If we attend church they say it is only for effect. If wc do not, they denounce us a3 de ceitful and wicked. If wc remain in our office and attend to b usiness, folks say -we are too proud to mingle with our fellows. If we go out they say we never attend to business. Panorama. On Monday evening a"Panoramie Ex hibition" was given in Town Hall. The scenes were biblical in their nature dur ing the first part of the evening, begin ning with the expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden, giving some of the most striking scenes in the Old and jVcw Testaments. The meet ing of the Holy Family Mary, the in fant Bedeemer and John the Baptist was very beautiful indeed. The Cruci fixion of Christ, with the darkness and thunder and lightning represented, was awe-inspiring. The storm on the Sea of Gallilee was finely represented. Passing then to the second part of the programme, Mr. Bobins gave a lecture on Astronomy, illustrating the different thcoriesheld by ancient and modern as tronomers. Although Astronomy had been taught by the Egyptians, Chinese, and Greeks in ancient times, yet it was notuut'l that distinguished school of philosophy was established at Alexan dria, in Egypt, by the munificence of the sovereigns to whom that portion of Alexanders Empire had fallen, that as tronomy received a new impulse. Kb complete system or treatise was formed until the second century after Chrisfc Ptolemy, who was one of the kings of Egypt, having the opinions of all an tiqul.y, and of all the philosophers who had preceded him spread out before him, wrote a work in thirteen books, called ihe Great Sysicm. Ecjcct'ng the doctrine of Pythagoras, who taught the true system to some extent, namely, that the sun was the center of the Uni verse, and that the Earth had a diurnal motion on its axis and an annual motion around the sun, Ptolemy endeavored to account'for the celestial phenomena, by supposing the Earth to be the center of the universe, and all toe heavenly Domes to revolve around it. This theory was represented on the canvass. ibout the-middle of 13th century Copernicus, a native of Prussia, suc ceeded in expelling the difficulties which beset the Ptolemaic system, and after thirty years of hard labor, was permit ted to see the true system of tue uni verse. The sun he considered immov able in the center of the system, while the Earth revolved about it. Tycho Brahe next arose in the" latter part of the ICth century, who continued to enrich astronomy with his observations. Kepler and Galileo' rendered good. ser vice by determining the dimensions of the orbits of the planets, their velocity in their orbits, and discovering wonders in the heavens never before seen by the" eve of "man. "But it was reserved for the illustrious Xewton, to discover the force of power which carried them around in their orbits. By reflecting on the na ture of gravity that power which causes bodies to descend toward the cen ter of the Eari'i he was led to suppose that it was this same power thatcarried the primary planets around the sun. By calculations he was enabled to establish the fact. Passing from this, wo were next in troduced to scries of views, which repre sented the downward career- of the drunkard. Then followed some comic scenes which were quite amusing. The audience was large and all seemed satis fied. Fair and Festival. The ladies of the M. E. Church will hold a Festival and Fair at Town Hall, lor the benclitol their new church be ginning Wednesday, Dec. 21st, and con tinuing several days. They propose to furnish warm meal each day.. Dinner from 12 to 2 1 m Price 30 cents. Supper during the whole evening. Price 25 cents. Ovstcrs, Ice Cream. &u. Several Booths will be fitted up with articles lor sale, both useful and orna mental for which the ladies hope to find liberal purchasers. By order of Com muter. Brief Locals. Quite a number of our citizens have been "quailing" in their boots "for some days past. Why are good women like ivy? Because the greater the ruin the closer they cliug. Mr. Jacob Findley sold to Mr. J Sharp a few days ago, nine hogs that welched in the aggregate, S420, just 350 pouca'sonan average. A pretty goou average, was it noti If a man is' honest and truth ."u! there is little need of saying much about it. We heard of a "note shaver," who keeps the securities near the head of his bed and lays awake to hear them draw interest. The Open Bible subscribe for it. The ;Ladies3Iite Society of -thef Methodist church will meetton inaay evening at the house of Moses Leadbet tr. Whoever is honest, generous and candid is a true gentleman, whether rich or poor, learned or unlearned. It is not high birth but good breeding that mates the gentleman, and good breeding is the child of honor. The new mufTs for the winter have small looking-glasses inserted on one side, which make them very convenient. Presbyterian Mite- Society will meet .Thursday evening at JudgeBeed's. Letrtherc be a full attendance. Somewhere in this State, we did not learn the exact spot, a family was found where the first son was named Imprimis, the second Finis, and the three others Appendix, Addendum, and Erratum ! A student of 'Washington College once held a looking glass so as to cast the reflection of the sun in the face of the President oC the College,jashe trad' passing along the street. The young man was -brought' -before the-' faculty5, and dismissetlfora short time. .A. feUpw. student asked him what lii wSs dismissed for. "Fqr casting reflcctionSgUpon the President, he replied. Theeasiest.-way torrid the weight of a horse, is to put your, toe under his Show this "paper to. your, neigh1. bor and ask him to try it a year. A grand meteoric display was announced for Sunday and Monday eve nings of last week, but was postponed on account of the weather, which was not prdpitious'owing totHe thlckcloutli that obscured the sky. Wc'are not told how long the interval of postponement wilt be ' ? i For the best and cheapest styles In dress goods, go to J. Mulvane's. 12w3 T v t ; ' . a: Am I'not a little' palei"- Inquired a lady" who wa3 short? arid corpulent, of a crusty old bachelor. "I should think you were more like a big tubwas the bluntreply. Mankind should learn temperance he moon the, fullc shorter her horns become. The Open Bible, or .the Hand of God in the Affair of Men, is a work of absorbing interest. Men, like their books, at their be ginning and end, have blank leaves In fancy and grey-halrcd old age. Sam, in speaking of the happiness of ma'ried people, said: ",Dat ar' 'pends altogether how dey enjoys dem- sclvcs."' Just ready The Open'Slble. Try Weston's prepared Mince Meat. It is very nice and cheaper than you can make it yourselves. For the best all wool blankets and for the least money, go to J. Mulvane's. 12w3 A Mr. Thomas Miller, of Xouiion- ville, Ohio; met with a serious accident Wbile examining a pistol that had been loaded for some time. The charge ex ploded, taking effect in his right eye, totally destioying that organ, and leav ing but lutle hope of his recovery. It is said that geese allowed to run in the pasture with jcattle tends to keep them healthy- ; f ! A new Invoice of groceries at Weston's. Stump speech of a wood-pecker: " I wish to introduce a bill lor the de struction of worms." If you intend to build a new barn the com'ng winter, pay especial atten tion to itsvenlilation, if animalsare to be kepi therein. 'Wherever Vou find a country rich inUvhat goesitd make up agricultural wealth, you find one rich in live stock. Mince. Meat prepared at Wiston's. It is splendid. Peach stones should be buried in the fall at a depth of one inch, but not so that they come in contact with each other. The action of the frost is bene ficial, causing them to open freely in the spring, during the process of germina tion. At a medical examination, a young. aspirant fora doctor's, diploma was asked, "When does mortification take place?" "When you propose to a lovely girl and she refuses." At an examination of teachers in Wooster.a few; months ago, the question was'asked, "What is the diffcrencejie- tween a prep, and a prop.? One young man answered thus : A prep, shows the relation of words to cacli other, and a prop, is a proposal made to a young lady. -For good all wove flannels' at 23 cents per yard, go to J. Mulvane's. 12w3 PUBLICATIONS. Tjie Youxo Pilot. The initial num ber of this' spiey little magazine is be fore us. It is beautifully cottcn un and promises to take a high" stand, among magazine's. Address "The"Yonn-PiIot Publishing Co.," Chicago. 111. Price JfljUU a year, bmgle copy 10 cents. Good .Health for Xovcmbcr' is on our table and ks contents noted. This number is even an improvement on the last which was very good. "Leprosyof me iuie, -ureams ami uieir causes.'- "How to bring up Babies," are among its contents. We have just rcccivcd'the lllustrated Annual of Phrenology and Physiog nomy, by ,S. E. Wells editor of the PlircnologlcarJotirnal. A very inter esting work. Price 23 cents, or $2.30 peruozen. iorsale Uy all .Newsmen. The "Presbyterian He-union" is the name of a new work published bv De Witt C. Lent & Co., Xcw York. It is a memorial volume, giving a liistory of utc 0111 ami jNew scnooi ciiurcu irom 1S37 to 18T0. It is an excecdiii!rl v inter esting work, printed on nice white paicr, ami iianusomely. Ijouiul. Mr. T. Jloore of Millerslmnr, is the asrent for this and Wayne counties. Leave your orders iiu mm. . Shipping Tay, A big supply of them at this office which wo will furnish, you printed al most as cheap as you cap buy them plain from manufacturers tf For the best one yard wide mus lin sold in the county? go to J. Mul vane's. 12w:i For the REPUBLICAN. COMMUNICATION. ORRVILLE, O., Nov. 21, 1870. Editors Betublicax: Thinking that a few items selected from the general goss;p and current news of this embryo c'ty m'i'Iit be of interest to some of your rcaCers, I make the following ci'l'iugs : The City Fail-c-s feeling a little cha grin at the small showing wc made in ihe cersus re.urns, caused by the nar row limits o? the incorporate territory, have decided to extend the same. As it now ex:ts a goodly portion of our peo ple who claim to be citizens of the vil lage reside outside of the corporate lim its, thus detracting from our just claims. The' proposed extension will give us plenty of room to spread ourselves, and increase our population considerably. With the approach of the long winter evenings comes plenty of private and public parties at which, if we are per mitted to use the language of one of the participants, " The youth and the beauty of the village" assemble. Self-praise of personal beauty may be in good taste, but the general public winks knowingly and smiles audibly. The same, author rushes madly into print and says these youth and beauty folks are "gay and festive." The writer's ignorance of the general acceptation of the term "gay and festive" is pardonable, but it is a wonder that some of the very modest ones have not had him brought up to answer to the charge of slander. One of' our citizens, Mr. David Trout, lias been very successful during the past season in faimlng on a small scale, ne cult:vateda field of corn in the bottom land east of the village, from which, by actiial measurement, he received a yield of one hundred and ninety-two bushels to the acre." On the same laud he raised potatoes of such immense size that fiiVy of them would fill a bushel measure. Ths demonstrates the fact that the Swamp land; heretofore deemed good for pasture only, can be made to pro duce largely if properly ditched and cultivated. Its extent embraces a good many hundred acres. In the line of business I think our merchants have not much cause for complaint. During the past few weeks our streets have been thronged almost daily with teams bringing in apples, grain of all kinds, and fat porkers, all of which finds a ready sale at good figures. There has been quite a lot of thresh ing machines shipped over the Pitts burgh, Ft. Wayne & Cnicago Itailway, recently for Oregon, but one day last week I observed one marked "Genoa, Italy," which w.ll, without doubt, be a great curiosity in that old slow country. Think of our enterprising manufactur ers shipping agricultural machinery to the birth-place of the discoverer of our Continent". The" machinery was shipped flom Canton. In the middle of the fif teenth century thecitlzens.of Genoa were ignorant of the existence of a Western Continent; and even at this enlightened day in the nineteenth ceuiury these stn pid Genoese may never have heard a word about their young descendants across the big pond Orrvilleand Mill crsburg. Their condition is truly piti able if such is the case. The Cleveland, Mt. Vernon & Dela ware Eailroad has received one hundred and seventy-eight of -the two hundred coal cars ordered from the shops at Ft. Wayne, Indiana. This road is doing a heavy coal trade which will.be greatly increased when navigation on the canal closes. Mr. Hutchinson gave two lectures at the Presbyterian church in this place, last week,on Jerusalem and the Holy Land," as seen by himself. His lectures are quite entertaining and highly in structive. A new lime card took effect on the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago Itail way, yesterday. Passenger trains leave this station as follows: East Express, Xo. G, G :37 a. m. ; Mail Xo. 8, 0 :20, a. m. ; Express Xo. J, 11 :53 a. m. ; Express Xo. 2, 9 :42 p. 111. West Express Xo. 1, 5 :4S, a. m.; (Mondays excepted) Mail Xo. 5, 1 :52, p. m. ; Ex press Xo. 7, 4:24 p. m.; Express Xo. 3, 8 :37 p. m. Yours, &c. WAYNE. The Open Bible. Wc have just been examining the work with the above title, and find it to be an excellent volume. Wc have been giving notices of different new books as they come out, from time to time, and th"nk that this work will be read with fully as much interest, possibly mo' e, as any we have seen lately. Its design is to show clearly the hand of God in the affairs of men,illuslratingprophcticalIy and historically the great conflict be tween the Gospel and its enemies. It is handsomely embellished with wood cut and steel engravings. The whole work is one of absorbing interest, and we ad vise everybody to purchase a copy. Mr. Joseph Elliott has been canvassing some parts of this county during the past few weeks, and in three weeks time has sold above ninety copies. This week he will call on our citizens in Millersburg and give them an opportunity to subscribe for the work. It is highly interesting, and we heartily recommend it. New School Books. We have just received from Messrs. Harper & Brothers, a sample copy of- "French's Common School Arithmetic,'" and also a copy of "Willson's Interme diate Fifth Header." Attcr a thorough examination, we find, that the Arith metic has an originality about it that is not found in most books of the kind. We like it particularly for its illustra tions. Xothing will make a child un derstand quicker than a good illustra tion to the eye. Mr. French goes on the principle, which is a very true one, that "if the understanding is thoroughly reached, the memory will take care of itself." The Bcadcr likewise merits much praise. The book to begin with is at tractive to the eye. Its embellishments are Jlne: and have a tendency to make the ch'ld proud of its new book. Itsar rangement is excellent. In fact we can not speak in two high terms of it. We heartily recommend these works to all schools that may be in need of text books. . Alliance College. We had a call yesterday from Elder Boggs who is the Financial Agent ol Alliance College. We learn that the Institution is iu a flourishing condition under the care of President Benton who has a very large experience in that ca pacity, and an able corps of Professors and Teachers. The Institution was mainly gotten up by the Disciples, but is not intended to uc denominational in its operations. Two of its present Pro fessors are members of other churches. Pupils both male and female are ediica ted at as low rates as in any similar college, and young men studying for the inin-ii-try go through free of charge. Mr. Boggs is visiting the churches of this county soliciting donations in order to enauie the .institution to extend its usefulness. As the Dta-lnlcs of Holmes County represent .1 large amount of wealth wc trust he will be kindly re ceived, aim ins call lor aid liberal v re sponded to. We understand that Mr. Bom's is aKn doing 11 good deal of preaching as he 1? pacing around. -.ellers Life in Utah. This work has lately been received from the Xational Publishing Company, of Cincinnati, and after a careful peru sal we take pleasure in pronouncing it 3 work well worth double its cost, and a work too, that every household should have. It is written by Mr. Beadle, edi tor of the Salt Lake Hepo.-ter, and Utah correspondent of the Cincinnati Com r,u:cM. Mr. Beadle's personal knowl edge, and long residence among them gives him many advantages in the wri ting of such an impo- unit work. It is not a sensational work, yct.it is by far the most fascinat'ng book we have read for a long time. Indeed," one can get al most as much information from this work as by paying a vi-it tothatseetion of country. The book is liandsomelv illustrated. The work goes deep into the mysteries of this strange religion, and lays ba re its horrible licentiousness. It abounds in records of the vilest and most terrible occurrences, which makes it read more like a romance than a verit able history. The book is sold bj- sub scription only, and Mr. S. C. Lindsay is agent for the northern part of Holmes county, and is now canvassing for it. For good linen table cloth; I:. yard wide at 50 cents per yard, go to J. Jlulvane's. 12w3 Advertising. In a general sense, the effort on the part of any merchant to get trade with out advertising is a wrong to other busi ness men in the place. Whether a man believes in advertising or not, he will coincide that the newspapers" are a great help to the place, and that business amounts to very little in places that don't support one or more of them. Ab sence of newspapers is a bad sign for a place, in a business point of view, as ab sence of churches is in morals, of school houses in education. The men who sup port the village paper do more to build up the place, and make it prosperous, and draw trade there, than all other in fluences combined. Therefore, the man who tries to come in and take the ben efits of that prosperity without con- tr.buting to sustain it, tries to "dead head" on the rest of the business men, and does them wrong. We are glad to see that our busi ness men here in Millersburg under stand this subject, and that they not only knowwhat benefit there is in advertis ing, but act in accordance with their knowledge. House and Lot for Sale at a Bargain. A new frame dwelling with four rooms, out kitchen, lot well improved, with all necessary conveniences, lo cated in the north-east part of Woostcr, can be bought on good terms. For par ticulars, call at this office or address, II. G. AVhitc, Republicax office, Millersburg. A. J. Shepler has purchased the Photograph Gallery of Ross Hall and will move his present Gallery into his new one next week. Mr. Shepler has also j ust received some new instruments. Snow fell to the depth of several inches Tuesday night. Nicknacks at Weston's. Onions. Cranberries. Ginger Snaps. Spiced Jumbles. Sugar Jumbles. Sweet Potatoes. Cream Crackers. Boston Crackers. Xew Corn Meal. H. & M. Oysters. Xcw Layer Raisins. Xew Seedless Raisins. Xew English Currants. Kellcy's Island Grapes. Try our Dollar and a half Tea. Soda Crackers, 10 cents per pound. Pearl Crackers, 10 cents per pound. Butter Crackers, 10 cents per pound. Picnic Crackers, 10 cents per pound. For the best and cheapest assort ment of plain and fancy cassimere,'go to J. Mulvane's. 12w3 MARRIAGES. MAR1EIED. On the 17th inst. bv Iter. V. M. Gi'ison. If,. HKXUV LEFEVEl: and .Miss MARUIED. On the 31st dar of October, bv Kev. II. Vincent. Mr. Matheu- O. Coddinirton and Miss Saniatha J. Flack, the latter formerlv of Holmesvilie, this coantv. This young lady is a subscriber and readerof our paper, a live Republican in principle,- and has married a good Republican. VTo wish the happy couple long life and prosperity. Millersburg Market. CORRECTED BY H. & B. HERZER. General Produce and Commission Merchants. General Produce and Commission Merchants. NOVEMBER 23, 1870. FLOUR. bub, Retail, -WHEAT, Xo. 1, t bush.. t 00 1 OSfil 15 1 00 - -40 G5 SOS CJ - .."38 - 5 30 - ' 300 - 1 SO 1 50 .- ' CO 6 00 - 25 COUX, per bnsh (new) " - - - BAi'.LEV. " ... OATS, new, hush. CLOVEK SEED, W bush., TIMOTHY SEED, " r 1..Y -v i.t.ir, WHITE MEANS, " I'OTAVOES, " . -HAY, fi ton, EGGS dot, lltrrTEIt, (in roll) lb. CHEESE? " - lai:o, " - IIAIIS. " -SHOULDERS. W lb - TALLOW, " DRIED APrLES, S lb., DRIED PEACHES. lb.. !to8 11 3 PARED rEACIIES, " - HAGS. lb. FEATHERS. H lb. SALT, "rlbbh retail, - 2 CO 40 3 50ltl0 ... ,1J t1 lu WOOD, per cord, CLEVELAND MONEY MARKET. TUESDAY, Nov. 23. ne jouowing arc tnc closing rates 01 specie and Government Securities in this market : .liiiyjng. selling. Gold HiJi 1121; Silver small 103 100 Mxes or ibsi, coupons 112? H34 ivu-rweniics litwj coupons ivfiii jus Five-Twenties (1861) coupons 100i 107 Five-Twenties (lSfii) coupons lofiji 107 Five-Twenties (lfWi) coupons 10! 109) i ritu-incuura uooo coupons iw . jir.i. l.-i.-iv-'rn.iintiju rtUTdvn... . inn irn.! Ten-Forties ex. in. coupons 100 loiij; CLEVELAND MARKET. TUESDAY, Nov. 23, 1870. FLOUR. The market is steady and Arm. We quote a folium: White XX, (i.T5fa7,uo Red XX, n.2J5t0a. Amber XX, t0.23(a(123. WHEAT. receipts are light ma.ketlirni. Xominally at ?1."3 forXo.l red and $1.21 bid: Xo. 2 do ut 1.21(n-,U.S2. CORX Fairck'tnand andsteady at 71c forXo mixed ; Xo. 2 do. 00c. OATS Quiet; Xo. 1 State ISc RYE The ma Let is quiet and unchanged: held at lc for Xo 1 ; 85c for Xo 2. J1ARLEY The market nominal, at a range of70rftl 15 for good lo choice state, Wc-tcrn anil t'unatla. LARD steady and unchanged, but firm; city rendered held il lis 1,1 lierc es. 13;cln keg. SMOKED MEATS .Market tcady and Omu wc quote chybugnr cured eauvavsed Hams at lsjtc;do. Shouldcts at 12ic: nm-anva.scdll!l,'r; llacou 17c; Dried lleef l'J.-. Keer Tongue $(ilX per doen 1IUTTER The market is steady and prices are unchanged; prime to choice AVestern Re serve Is hi demand at 2Kfi-Tic; extra nice do. in small packages 273-ic; inferior and common ranges iDfr-rw. ClIEEsE The market is steady and linn; Far.ory held at H,(jl5c. EGGS Firm and unchanged, at 28c by the barrel; 30c i I'Ol'ATOKS MiMeraioiU'iiium,; liiMTotTtrJn from trams; 7.Y3to ftr car lots on track; V Wc fur s-mall lot from &lori. NEW YORK MARKET. Xew York, Xov. St-Flour quiet and 1111-t-h:iu.';cd; hliipingetinat$5,'.0ta,iO. Wheat dull and prices quiet; nov firi.-g ll,3l'l,nn R)e, martetdidl and prices are iioiul.i.v. oati demand fa'r and inaikc linn; Ohio (.-) 1 :(ti IVI ' . , Western Kl ,(,. lorn, maiket er llr'ut' new Ki'iiiicj obi at nxsuic. ISmler dull aim unchanged, l'ork quie.iuid iiechangetl, r.eef hteady. Got meats dull, lliicon dull; initio than bujers. Lard quiet at l:l,(u 13',. Egg moderate demand at a-Jrjitl fur fres h. S. E WEiniCII- K. -W. G ASTIIE. WEIRIIJII , GASCIfE & CO., Opposite the Empire House, Keeps consta'ntlv'on lian.La la.-geassorliricntof SUCH AS Iron, Steel. JTails, Glass, Sash and Deovs, Axles, Springs and Fifth Wheels, Anvils, Ilelloics and Ttceir Irons, A full stock of Blacksmith Tools. A FULL STOCK OF Carpenter's and Cabinet Maker's Tools ! Just received .and cheaper than ever." Planes, of every description, Chisel, Gitdgcs and Squares, Cast Steel Angers c0 Auger lit'tts, Henri Diston Sates, Shoo Fly Sates, Solid Cast Steel Hammers, Solid Cast Steel Hatchets, Draw Shares and Spoke Shaves, Broad ulxes and Foot Adzes, And many other tools too numerous to mention. x nuc siock or Saddler's and Trimmer's Hardware. Iron over top Ilames. Coach and Gig Ilames, Buckets of all kinds,- Bosetis and Ornaments,' "r Iran Leather, lop Leather, Bash leather, Fnameletl-JIuslin, Buck th Jrill, And a full stock of Saddler's Tools I Tut received from the East. Also, a large as sortment 01 Paint and Varnish Brushes, Camel Hatr and Sable Strijicrs, Tube Colors it Transfer Ornaments, All kinds of Colors, dry and in oil, Coach and Furniture Varnish, Fureka Colors, Fahnestock Lead, G. A. Weirich Bead, A full stock of LOCKS, LATCHES &HINGES AT REDUCED PRICES. Boor Bumpers, Sash Fasteners, Blind Hinges and Fastenings, Booking Glass B.nobs, Picture Knobs, Coat and Hat Hooks Corn Shellers, Cider Mils, .Cross Cut andJIillSaws, - Lot of Farm Bells, Pittsburgh Centre Ploxc, iron and icooden beam, New stock of Pocket Cutlery, Knives and Forks, Butcher Knives, Embroidering and Pocket Scissors, Sm ith & Wesson's Revolvers Powder Flasks and Shot Pouches, Bamrods for Bijles and Shot Guns, Gun Barrels and Gunjtibs, Gun Locks and Triggers, Gun Wads, Bullet JToulds, A full stock of Gun 2Iakafs Ma terials, And everything nsnally found in a first-class Hani ware fetorc. ' r WEIRICH, CASCHE & CO. Jackson Street, opposite the Empire House. juiicrsuurg, unio. ttl BOOTS & SHOES ! C .. V KJ v. A. SHRIMPLIN'S BOOTH SHOE' STORE 017-HANDS AUAIH !; HD HAS GONE HAST TO TURCIIASE A larger stock of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters than ever, FOR FALL & WINTER WHICH Hi: WILL PELL AT PRICES Loivei- Than Can ha JioiiffJit Jilseivltcvc. Men's Heavy Boots, S3. OO to S6.00 Men's Kip Boots, S4. 00 to $6. 00 Men's Calf Boots, S4.00 to SIO.OO Boy's Boots, all Kinds, SI.50 to 54.00 Women's Balmorals, Calf, Coat and Kid. Women's Water - Proof Caiters. Ladies' Lace Boots, Cheap and Cood, 75c. to S4.50 Children's Shoes, all Kinds, A larjje variety1 and decidedly cheap. Gum Boots, Gum Shoes, Rubbers, Sandals, All sizes, and cheaper than ever. ALASKA'S & ARCTIC'S! Overshoes in Abundance. AI0, A LARGE LOT OF 1'III.ME Sole Leather I SIIOIIMEirS FINDINGS, -1 l'rices that Cannot be Heat. Call and Soo Mo, and I will Civo You a Cood Bargain. Thaukftil for pant favors. I solicit u continu ance ol tnc same. A. SHRIMPLIN. Au. lsT0.-ltf Watches AND 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! MIUuVRSJiTJIlG, OHIO. I WISH lo say to the public that I have latelv rcceived a large selection of GOOD JElv- uu A.M) watoies, vfhiclH now offer at a very small margin. I purchase my Watches iroui a uonsu in -eir lorK mat cannot uc un dersold, therefore, that enables me to sELI CHEAT. I give below a PIUCE LIST z American Watch Co., Waltham, STass. Waltliam mate Movements. til.OO to 12(10.00 Applcton, Tracy & Co., 30.00 to TO.00 1'. . Rartlett, 1(150 to 2UriO William Ellerv, l&GO to 1O50 Home Watch Co. s.ra to 10.25 Xational Watch Co.) Elgin, Illinois. j. it . uamono, jiovcmcnts, .o.uu II. .Culver, Movements, II. II. Tavlor, 305 W. Wfippler " 1 Ti Mat. Laffin, io.eo .I.T. Ryerson, . ' 16J0 Wm. 11. Ferry, 19.8) i rancis kudic, (Lady's size.) K.tio Lady Elgin, 33.00 J5 The above Movements, have Dust- Bands, Patent Centre Pinions, and war ranted. Coin - Silvei' Cases s Two Ounce, Three Ounce, Silver Joints, Three Ounce, Gold Joints, Clln t.:. $7.20 and ? 8J0 11X0 11.00 13.31 11.10 1&S5 . UUI UIIULC, tfUiUU, Four Ounce, Gold Joints, Five Ounce. Gold Joints. Six Ounce, Gold Joints, 21. gold cases nrraoroRTiox. REPAIRING! Neatly Executed at Very Low Figures. Remember the place, Main Street, Opposite the -Empire House, Millersburg, : : Ohio. Aug., 1STO. ltr GOODS Cheaper Thau Ever ! -AT Excelsior Corner! FOR YOUE French Merinos, Sttlts, Empress Cloths. JPlauls, Delaines, Th ibets, Velvets tO Velveteens, Go to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'S. FOR YOUR BLANKETS Si FLANNELS Goto WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. FOR YOUR Paisley, Brocha, Thibet and Wool Shawls, Go I.. WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. Beaver Cloths, Broad Cloths, Black and Taney Cassi meres, Wool Tweeds, Cassinets, Jeans,&c. Go to WHOLF, UHLER &. Co.'s. FOE YOUB Brown and BleacJicd Muslins, Cotton Flannels, Denims, I'icJcings, Stripes and Checks, Go to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. FOR YOUE Carpets, Oil Cloths, Queensware, Looking Classes, &c. Go to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. FOR YOUE Ifats, Cajs, Jioots. Shoes aim stnoucrs, Co to ' WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s, for Yon: Fancy Goods ani Notions Go to WHOLF, UH LER & Co.'s. FOR YOUE Groceries, Vlour. Veal. and Provisions Generally, Go to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'iv to m:i.l your Butter, Eggs. Seeds, Lard, .! all limit of I'ntluce, for the High est I'rue in Cash, Go to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. rand Eush to the Oltl and DRelitible Stove & Tin Store OF M. SHOUP, NO. 2 COMMERCIAL BLOCK, J nplin undeT?igeil U now offering' to the pnb- J 11CIUU "EXTENSION," for Wood, "INLAND EMPIRE," Coal, And all the different'style of STOVES, At the loivcst living rates. Also, deals in Crates, Hollow Ware, Union Churn, lestmade. Pumps, &c, &c. Cutlery, Coppencare, Tinware. Wc manufacture COITKR KETTLES, which we sell at Low i igures. Job Work and Repairing ! Neatly done, on kort notice. We do SPOUTINC AND ROOFINC! Andsrunranter a satisfactory .'job cvervtime. Mile room 7 Xo. 2 Commeicial IHoek, Millers- 8tf 3VX- SHOUP. Steam Mill Store! Ho! For Paint Talley ! . -i JE would respectfull y announce to the cit- l l izeus 01 mis ticiuut, tuai wearexecoiv ing a splendid assortment of" i DEY GOODS, GrROCERIES, HARDWARE, QTJSENSwARE, ficc. AVhirh m ill offer for sale at the lowest tos- sible cash prices. We can and we will sell poods at a lower figure than can be sold else where in the county, forthe simple reason that wc have no high rents to pay, corporation taies, cierk hire and other such incumbrances as full upon merchants doinr business in large towns, u o win sen Best Standard Prints for 12; cents. As good Bleached Shirting for 8ccnUayard as was ever soiu in me county ior iyx cems. Men's Coarse Boots for $3,50. Wc have a full line of. Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, Winch we ask you to call and examine hefore purchasing elsewhere. Aloa nice stock oflULLIXERr GOODS, which we will sell low. 4-1 Stark A Sheetinsr. by the holt, at 14 cents per yard. READY -MADE CLOTHING. Cheap for Cash. JOHN SPENCER & SONS. Iaint Vallcj-,0., Sept. 1STO. Ctf. J. A. LEOPOLD, DEALER IX Q TJEEXS WARE, Canned. Fruits & Vegetables THE BEST FLOUR ! HAS, COFFERS, MRS, Lamiis, Carbon Oil. Cigars, Tobaccos, A full assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES constantly kept ou-nanu anasaici ai very low: rates. DOTY WASHIXG JfACHIXE The l!ct AVa.hing Marhihc In- n-e. FVi-nit; .Tivi'.x at Cost English Double Barrel, latent llrecch. Real SHOT GUNS; Wads, Powder Flasks. fhot r.elts,. Touches, water l'roof caps, ami tno net ruwiier, ?uvi and lud at tne very lowest cusn nc?. A Large Lot of. Baskets. J. A. LEOPOLD. Millersburg, O, Sept, 10. 5tf HOXWOBTH' S Millinery and Xadies' Earn ish iny Store. JTTST EECEIVED. , A specialty In Ladles" White Goods. A lino assortment of the latest style Hats. French Wove Skeleton and Eugene Corsets. HairOiNand lVrfumery agoodaortiueut. A nice election of Ladies' Collars, Lace, Linens, Ac. Al-ioafull supply of Jewelry, Hose, Hair Lous, iiairets. Sole agent for the celebrated Clark's Sterling Thread. A spool cabinet ghen with each HOl. A large lot of .Tapan Switches, Stamped Goods, ltraids. Embroidery, Cotton- Silks, Ac, AC. LUMBER & LOC BOOK. Schribner's Ready Reckonre The most full and roiimleto book erer mtbli.h- l. forMiip llulblers. lioat Builders. Lumber .iien-nams ami -necnnuics. eeiug n onni iuca.nreine!it of scantling. Hoard, l'lank. Cu bical contents orsiuare and Round Timber, .Saw Logs, Wood. Ac, comprised iu a number o f tablet, to which an- added Tables of Wage bribe .Month. Hoard or Kent by the K.t.vor rek. Interest Tables, itc. l'orsaleatthe HOOK STORK. M'JMersburg, Ar.l,l:. li At Wholesale & Retail. New .Store ! M i ji j( jzs.Xj -t-if .ii-.-'.i- eiir? . . u; '. '- ..." WVe.w Firm. Harpster, Rudy & Co. ARE now prepared to offer to the public the best assortment of HARDWARE everof lcred vi this county, and Et prices far below any establishment west of the mountains. IlaT inffboufcht 'oar goods from the manufacturers tvii lAsii, ana lutewung t SELL FOR CASH! Enahlt. Its to spll Ueftn: sa the in.i vtm 4r for IiL-s -goods doa'tbare to pat for the goods lii-s neighboronys add don't psy "for. I-i marking our goods we make no calcula tion ibr !oevift bad lfbt and' we don't in tend to hare anr. Cood and Cheap Goods for uooa fay: IsounnottO; W e hare 'opened 3 FIRST-CLAsS STORE anc keep only-FIRST-CLASS GOODS. e nave maue erigementswua man urac - that we can ei3 rt manufaciurer'b shop prices, not eTen arising Height. Among which are Sash and Doors, Door Locks, Class, Paints ane Oils, Spokes, Felloes and Hubs, Sleigh Material, Saws, every description, best mate. Shovels and Forks, Anvils & Vises, (Peter Wright's.) TTc wonld invite special attention tojiur stoct Table anoYiPocket Cutlery ! Of which we have a full line that we sell at the usual wholesale price. Also, HOKSE BLAXKETS, very cheap LAP IIOBES, single and double. Call and see li-s before nurchasinsr. IVe will do you good. HARPSTER, RUDY & CO. Millersburg, O- Stf CHAEIX3 A. BASA. Editor. She QoWm SMcfctt uh. A Newspaper of iho Present Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Inducing Farmers. Mechanics. MercaantsFrofesslonal lien, TTot&ers. Th Inters, and &H Manner of Ilonest Folks, and tho VTlrci. Sons. aaJ Daughter of &1I sadi. only o:n: holla it a year j ONCIICXDSED COPIES FOR 950, Or lew than One Cents. Corx- Let there be a 830 Cub at crcry Tost OScc THE SE3II-TVEEKXT SCN, S3 A TEAR, of Ue same tizs asI general character the THE WEEKLY, brttwtttin Greater Tartetr of mtscelianeotw readme, oud farn&uti? tha n-ir$ to its ictsctlocrs vrtih greater lreshnesB. becatEn: tt cornea tvlee a wect ia atcaaofoncdoc1?.. THE DAILV SUNi SG A VEAS. A rreSmincntTv,rcCah!a neTiD&Tcr. vitu tac larcett circulation m the wortL t rre. independent, and fear- lessinBOiiac. Aiiine newsirom CTerjwnere. iwx cents a copy ; by mall, 50 cent a month, or 6 Tear. ror Terms to C!nra end Specimen, addre I. T7i pu lUler. Sun office. ZCc w Tort. SEAL, MANUFACTURER OI' t. BOOTS, SHOES, ANI MILLERSBURG, OHIO. I WOULD respectfully announce to the pub lic, that I am prepared to mi all order for matin; ladies' & Gentlemen's JJMU.UJJUJ UUlliUUIl In the best and most approred style. I Keep none but the Best Workmen and 1 arrant All my Jl ork: Repairing Done in Superior Style. Evlitxuns OTCr liinT Clothlnr Store, cor ner vi Washington ami Jackson jtrcct. Cheap Glassware! RETAILING AT WHOLESALE VRICES. MUST BE SOLD ! War iu Europe nothing to tlo irith it. lmi At the ROOK STORE. LIVERY & FEED STiBLE, Clay Street, Immediately Xorth of the Court House. 3VI3.lloi-s1o-Ll.l-sr, O. tr THE BEST, Aug. SO, 1STO.-Imi At the BOOK sTOUE