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HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN.
LOCALS. Millersecrg, 0, : : Dec. 8, 1870. S. M. Pettixgill fc Co., SI Park How. Xcw York, Geo. P. Rowell fc Co- 0 I'ark Row.Xcw York, Arc tho uleAenit) forthcEzTraLiais in that cuv, ana arc aiuuwiicu iu tjuw..i. ,v iu ing advertisements for us at our lowest cash rate. Advertisers in that city are requested to leave their favors with cither of the aborc houe. There has been a Change of Time - On theiP. Ft-IV. & C. Br- We will give . the corrected table nest week. w We got tlie 3Ieasage the same time Jhe 'lamer Cm; didn't vtotk all nigntemicr. CANDY TOYS. Go to B. J. Toung for your pure candy toys. He warrants them to injure no one. He i3 selling piles of them every day. The great secret of this, is they give perfect satisfaction. AVhy? Be cause they are made of pure sugar, no white earth or paste about them. lCtf. Death S. K. Funk, of Wooster. S. K. Funk, one of the principal grain dealers of Wboster, died on the 28th ult. Honorable in business, courteous in de meanor, his loss 'will be deeply felt by - the community. 'Appropriate resolu tions Wcreidopfed by the'grain dealers of that city. Death S. K. Funk, of Wooster. Market--Very Latest. REPORTED SEMI-OCCASIONALLY BY TIMOTHY NICKNAX. Patience Supply nearly exhausted. Gossip Large demand for raw ma terial. Manufactured, on the increase. Milk Xew, unchanged. Very little of brand of " human kindness" offered, "Wit Scarce ; none genuine in market. . Pens, Ink and Paper Are stationery. Wines and Liquors Have a down ward tendency. Brogans Heavy, but dealers general ly are firm. Fire in Wilmot. On Friday, morning last about five o' clock a fire broke out in the storeroom of " Christian Lentz of Wilmot. His stock consisted of dry goods, groceries, Se., and was in one part of the building used by himself as a dwelling house. The fire could not bo arrested until it had consumed the whole building to- getlter with the greater part of its con tents. ''His loss is supposed to be about $2,000, and we understand his insurance had run out. The building was a new and handsome one. Jlr. Lentz intends rebuilding immediately. Change of R. Time. There has been another change of time on the C. lit. V. & D. K. E. Below will be found the corrected time : GOING NORTH. Ex. & Mail. Aecom'dn. Leave Millersburg, 5:37 A-.11. 12:33 P.M. - Holmesville, 5:51 " " Fredericksburg, 8:04 " 1:19 " " Apple Creek, 631 " 130 " Marsballville, 7:17 " ' 3:1S " Akron, 8:10 " 435 " Arr. at ueveiana, iu:m " v:a " GOING SOUTH. Ex. & Mill. Aecom'dn. Leave Cleveland, 330 P. M. ' Akron, 7:50 A.M. B35 " " Marshallville, 8:08 " 635 " " Orrville, SSB " 7:10 " ," Apple Creek, 10:08 7S "... Fredericksb'rg, 10:37 " 731 ". . Holmesville, 418 " 8.-03 " Arr. at Millersburg, 113! " 8:17 " Tit For Tat. A crusty oldbachelor- says that there are three things a-lady cannot do : 1. She cannot pass a millinery shop .withoutstopping. , . k - ..'j3ue cauuut seu a piece ui lace witu out asking the price. ' 3; She cannot see a" bady without kiss ing it. . Whereupon a lady turns the tables on him, and gives the following three things that a gentleman cannot do : 1. ' He cannot go through the house and shut'the door after him. 2. He cannot have a shirt made to suit him. 3. He can never be satisfied with the ladies' fashions. New Method of Making Bread. A method of making bread from whole wheat, without, previously grinding it into.flour, has been devised by a French man named SczUle. The grain is first soaked in water for half an hour; then put into, a revolving cylinder with a rough inside surface, and Shaken up, so as to remove the coarser part "of -the skin; and then soaked twenty or twenty-four, houre more in -water' of the temperature of Todegrees Fahrenheit, with which a little yeast and glucose has been mingled. By this means thegrain acquires a pasty, doughy consistency and can be mixed up by machinery and made into bread in tho usual way. The invention is an important one, both from its saving the expense of grinding, and from' the greater economy of keeping and transporting the whole grain in stead of Hour. Wrong View of Life. How many take a wrong, view of life, and waste their energies and destroy their, nervous' system in endeavoring to accumulate wealth, without thinking of the present happiness they are throwing away. It is not wealth ,or high station which makes Vmaii happy. Many of the most wretched beings on earth have both; but it is a radiant sunny spirit, which knows how to bear little trials and enjoy little comforts; and thus ex tracts happiness from every Incident of life. On the Lookout. as a was writing name on the register of a hotel, in a' sec ond class city not farirom here, a bed bug sallied out and took Its way across the page. The man paused and re marked, "I've been bled by St. Joe llcas, bitten by Kansas City spiders, and in terviewed by Ft. Scott graybacks, but I'll be cussed if I was ever in a place be fore where tlie bedbugs looked over the hotel register to find out where your room was!' A New Out-Door Game. Next season,, says an exchange, will see added to the large number of out door recreations in vogue in this coun try th'at whicli has recently been tried in Chicago with good success, and what may be called 'American Cricket.' The field is laid out like a cricket field, and .the" striker wields tho willow instead'of the ash. Tho bowler, who standstwen- ty-two yards from the striker, bowls as in "cricket. The striker, in making a tally, runs to the first base and then to the third (dispensing with the second), these being in the form of a triangle, and at a distance of twenty-eight yards apart. There are none of the stupid and useless six-ball "overs." "Out leg before wicket" is dispensed with, a rule Which, while in force, gives great an noyance to the umpire, and general dis satisfaction to the batsmen. Tho prom incut anil attractive features of both the English game of cricketand the Amcri - can pastime of base-ball are taken and rolled Into one. thereby making a mag nificent game, and one that will doubt less prove very popular. BRIEF LOCALS. The reason B. J. Young sells more candy than any other dealer in town is "because lie keeps the pure ar ticle lCtf. Mr. A. Walgamot has the thanks of the Refcbijcan Office fora quantity of excellent cider. 3fr. Walgamot has some method of putting 'tip his cider by which it retains its rich flavor. Methodist Mite Society meet3 on Friday evening with 3Irs. Ulilcr. Mrs. H. Eeed died about noon on Sunday last; of consumption. Her fu neral took place on Tuesday at 10 o- clock. Mrs. Williams died on Monday at 10 o'clock, of that dreaded disease. consumption. She was buried to day, Wednesday. -Now' for the Holidavs! B. J. Young keeps they best assortment in town of Candies & Candy Toys, at wholesale and retail. Eetail dealers can do better here than anywhere else. lCtf The Depot at 3Ias;lllon was partly blown down on Monday. Mr. Bingham of -,Massillon 'was' instantly killed, and Mr.Brigham of Canton supposed to be fatally injured. Others were hurt, but not seriously. Death of Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Julia Moore, wife of Moses Moore, near Shreve, died on the morn ing of the 2Qthult.of consumption-She had -been sick for some time, but had no idea that' she was going to die.- She was buoyant and hopeful in spirit during the whole of her sickness. Her loss is very deeply felt'byi her many friends. She leaves one daughter, a beautiful and lovable child about three years old. She was the daughter of 3Ir. Beegle of this place. Her remains were brought here on'Mondaythe 2Sth. Ser vices were held in the Disciple church, conducted by the Pastor, Elder W. J. Sharpe, after which she wasborne.to the Cemetery for interment,, followed by a large number of friends and ac quaintances. List of Jurors. The following is the list of Grand and Petit Jurors, drawn for vthe next term of court.' of Common ie.whichVwIll commence "on Monday, January' 9th, 1871: ,0 GRAND JURORS. Noah H. Hochstetlcr, German town ship; Jacob MeCatulin, Mechanic; Geo. Kerr, jr.,Killbuck; David Jordan, Richland;-Abraham Belli Knox; Noah Cox, Monroe ; Ishmael Devorc, and C. S. Uhl, uaray; James isoyu, iscrnn; j. Hochstetlcr, Walnutereek; JohnWeaV cr. Paint: P.M. Snyder, Saltcreek; Bas il Boner, Prairie; Samuel Boner, Bip- ley; George Clouse, rt ashmgton. PETIT JURORS. Daniel Fair, German township; J.W Nevill.Killbuck; E. G. Simmons; Elch- lanu; Harrison Jlellnae, Knox; jonn Anderson, jr., Monroe; Andrew Ingles, and B. Maxwell, Hardy; Peter Wise, xcuiu, uvacjiu uciuici, xuiub, ji. n Spencer,cSaltcreek William- Criswell Robert K. Post, BJpleyV Life of Charles Dickens. By Dr.,B. Shelton Mackenzie, Liter ary Editor of the Philadelphia Daily Press. With Personal Recollections and Anecdotes ;Lettcrs by Boz, never before pubUed HisJLast Will in Full And Uncollected Papers in Prose and Verse, with Portrait and Autograph. T. B. Peterson & Brothers, Philadelphia, have just published it, and a good agent Is wanted In this county., The work is an attractive one, anS' will sell well. Lovers of Dickens' Wort will want this life of him by-all means. Swan & Layer's Statutes. An act to amend an act entitled "an act to protect Literary Societies," passed and took effect March 30th, 1SG4. " Be it enacted by the General Assem bly of the State of Ohio : That if any person or persons shall' hereafter will fully disturb; molest, or interrupt any literary society, school, or society formed for the intellectual improvement; orbits members, of any other school; or society organized under anv law of tliiaiState, or any school, society, or mectinglbrmed or convened tor improvement m music, letters or social amusement, such per son or persons so offending shall be deemed guilty of ,a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall be fined in any sum, not less than five nor more than twenty dollars, with costs of pros ecution, and shall stand "committed un til such line snaiinave Dcen paiu." Ten Dollars reward will be paid by the Holmesville Singing Society, to any person, or persons' who 'prosecute and convict before any eourf, any persons guilty of transgression of the above The findinirs and sentence of the court to be published in the. comity papers, and a copy duly 'ccrtified,deposited -with the treasurer ,of the aforementioned So ciety, will be the evidence required to entitled the prosecutor to the reward. 40 n ,Jiy order oi. uammittee. I. N. R. CRAWFORD, Treasurer. We arc sorry to learn 'that there are individuals whoso delight it is to harass and cause trouble to any .public gather ing, as a congregation, singing society or any other assembly whatever. It seems, however, that there are some such persons in and around Holmes ville, who have been annoying tiio Ring ing society, in that place. Such person should' be dealt with according to the strict letter"andlpirifc.of th'elaw1. One or two wholesome lessons in this direc tion would have a tendency to inspire reverence for the law. For the REPUBLICAN. COMMUNICATION. COMMUNICATION. HOLMESVILLE, O., Dec. 5, '70. , i . T, 'Messrs. JEiOTOiaSiricb "you; Arc wanting "news items'' from the "outly ing provinces" of Holmes, county, why not from Holmesville? The Presbyterian congregation of this place held Communion Service, com mpneinr tho 23th- and closin'r the eve ning of the 27th' ulti receiving into its communion four persons. Rev. J. C. Gillam the pastor, was assisted by the Rev. Dr. Diefendorf of Hayesville, who preached' theVcloslng discourse which was"an able"docfrinal sermon. On the evening of the 2Cth utl,a.most disgraceful row 'occurred on the street, and the obscenity and profanity must have been-everything but pleasant to the people who were at that time re turning from church. As one man re marked, "their swearing exceeded the dialect of the boatyard." Mr. P. Longa'neckcr has a class in vo cal music here that is making some progress in reading "them air litllo round open heads and shut heads." notice' the open heads make the most noise. I find there, is a good deal of openhcadedness, (that is my word) in this yiclnltyijotcpnnectMl, .with the class, and if the Prosecuting Attorny would sleep with one ear open in this direction any night, he might get an idea. Other parties are moving in that matter, however, and if I liavo a chance I will report the progress. Mr. Geo. McCulloch's team ran away on the 1st lust., but in attempting to pass cither- side of a' sour apple tree, came to a sudden stop, causing some damage to the fore carriagejof the wagon On the 12th inst. a constable sale of dry goods, groceries, &c, commences here, but yours tmlj is not interested. 1 A W K WARD. COPIES OF THE REPUBLICAN. Copies of the Hoijies CorxTT Eeftelicax can beuadatthOnrs Depot in wrappers, lo: fire cent a number. f- Mrs. Battin is just opening a large assortment of Hats, Feathers, Flowers. Call and see them. Lost. A Slorton gold pen No. 5 with gutta nercha holder. The Under win ue iioer- ally rewarded by leaving it at this office. or with n uia. uaits. I Pnncy Goods I Tlie Holidays are Coming! The members of the Methodist church in Millersburg are making an effort to raise means to build for themselves, the comlns summer, a new church. To aid this project all .they can, the.Uidy mem bers have" opened in tlie rooms known as bv J. C.Sinilev. a large lot of Toys and Fancv Goods, tlie proceees from the sale or winch are to he applied to the erec; tion of a new church. They intend to superintend this department, sell goods at a fair price and at the aid ot all Methodists in Millersburg and Holmes county, as well as all members of Sister Uuurclic? and all lncnds ol religion and morality throughout the county. Come then and purchase a nrcsent for your children, your friends, and thereby make tneir nearts glad and aid in i good cause. Schnorr Sells . -' ,Candy Toys And Canned Fruits. Soda Crackers 10 cts. per lb. Butter Crackers 10 cts. per lb. Ovster Crackers at 10 cts. per lb. Pure Stick Candy 20 cts. per lb. New Layer Jlaisins 23 cts. per lb. .Cranberries" at 15 'cents , per quart. New Seedless Raisins 20 cts. per lb. No. 1 Carbon Oil at 30 cents per gal. Maltbv'sII. &M. Oysters $1 tier can. English Currants, Fresh Lemons, Nuts. Fine Candies, all kinds, 25 to 40 cts. a lb, And groceries of all kinds sold at the ery loicesl prices. 1Cw3. Fair and Festival. The ladies of the M. E. Church will hold a Festival and Pair at Town Hall, lor the Dencnt ol tneir new church be ginning Wednesday, Dec. 21st, and con tinuing two days. iney propose to mrnisli warm meals each day. Dinner from 12 to 2 r. .. Price 40 cents. Supper during the whole evening, Price 25 cents'. Oysters, Ice Cream, &c. several uootns win De ntted up witn articles for sale, both useful and orna mental for which the ladies hope to find liDer.il purchasers. By order or Com mittee. 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-cast part of Woostcr, can be bought on good terms. For par ticulars, call at this office or address, II. White, Republican office, Millers burg. For your Christmas Toys and Candies, go, to B. J.Young's; He has theJargcst supply in town. 15tf. Xicknaeks at Weston's. Onions. Cranberries. Ginger Snaps. Spiced Jumbles. Sugar. Jumbles. Sweet Potatoes. Cream Crackers. Boston Crackers. - .. New Corn Meal. H.&M. Oysters. New Layer Raisins. New Seedless 'Raisins. New English Currants. Kellcy's Islandjprapcs. Try our Dollar and a half Tea. Soda Crackers, 10 cents per pound. Jearl Crackers, 10 cents, per pound. Butter Crackers, 10 cents per pound. Picnic Crackers, 10 cents per pound. B. J. Young has a splendid assort ment of candies strictly pure, made from,the best white sugar. lotf. PUBLICATIONS. Star Spangled Banner. We have received the Star Spanclcdfanner, for December. With its January nunrfocr this equalled paper bepns us nintn yearoi suc cessful publication, it isa iticn, iiare ana itacr column paper, illustrated, devoted to Lite rature, roetrv, v ir, iiumor, x un, anu 10 ex posing Swindles and Humbugs. Only 75 cents year, and every subscriber received gratis and prepaid the new and superb Engraving 'Pioneers of America, which cost $1000 to en. grave. Specimens sent free bv addressing 6sar Spangled Banner, Hinsdale, X. II. Godey's Lady's' Book. Godey is truly goigeous. It improves with every issue. It is continually astonishing us witn some new enterprise, some oauitionai at traction. TTho .beauty of Its typography., its arms of literature, its fund of useful informa tion, its artistic engravings and fashion plates cannot be surpassed. $3 a year. Address L. Philodclphia. Godey, Scribner's Monthly. The- December 'number of this flrst-elass magazine the second number of the new sc sies is a model number. It is conducted by J. G. Holland commonly known as Timo thy Titcomb. Look ont for the Holidav num ber. It-will be splendid. $5 a" year. Scribner MARRIAGES. M ATtltrET) Tin Thnrsdrtr. VnvpmlwT- 17th. livTt. (Z. . IImrh- Mr. Jt. J. IIOOVKR and Miss LAVINA' WHAVKK, all of Holmes Co. On December 1st. 16T0. bv Robert Justice. EsqMr.JOHX H. GOKDOX and Miss LU CISDA E. TRUSSED, all of Holmes Co. On December Cth. at the residence of the Bride's rather, near Millersburg, by Rev. L Culler, Mr. PirTEU F.WEKT, of Crawford Co. Ohio, to Miss MARY E. 1IITES, of this county. Millersburg Market. CORRECTED BY CORRECTED BY H. & B. HERZER. General Produce and Commission Merchants. DECEMBER 7, 1870. .. so FLOUR, bbl. Retail, - EAT. Jfo. 1. . bush l tain 10 l vo ,VHKAT, jfo. s. Red, y bush, U-MC-, per ousn (new) CO 63 BARLEY." - - - D0G0 SS 5 50 3 U0 - 1 SO 1 30 GO . COO - 23 S3 - 10 IS OATS, new, 'A bush. CLOVER SEED, bush, TIMOTHY SEED, " FLAX SEED. WHITE HEAXS, " POTATOES. " HAY, ton, - EGGS. t.doz., II UTTER, (in roll) lb. .dr-.v CHEESE, - HAMS. " SHOULDERS. n 111- . - ib. - 7 to 8 - 14 3 73 s ro 40 3 50(31 U0 RAGS. B lb. FEATHERS, W lb. SALT, V. bbl. retail, WOOI, "t lb WOOD, per cord. AGENTS WANTED For a new and elegantly illustrated wort OUR SISTER REPUBLIC!' By Col. Albert S. EVans. Just published. Sight Seeing and Adventure in the Land of the Aztecs; With charming Ipen and Pencil rictnres of ..Mexican inc, cnaractcr ana scenery, nna Startling and Romantic Historical KcminH ences of this land" of Romance, Wonder and Mystery. -Itis a bright and racy work, written In a brilliant and attractive style, without adnll page in it, and cannot fall to bo popular with all classes.1' lloiton Post. "Its pages sparkle with wit and are instinct with ercr varying pictures of Mexican life in all its phases. Tho illustrations an' excellent, manda very extensive sale. uc should put this book in tho hand of aim iiuauiiiiut: JU.iMUh.UU II lb UUl VUlll- ltcry family their chil- aren." n icno i ri Dune, "Many of the "stories 'of adventure arc as lively as they arc fresh. Tho nmnsing inei- uciu5 h travel inmr inienor nwwnc me 01 tne citics,aredclihtfuUvt)inuant and cntcrtain- Inr.' rThobook has a genuine and substantial vaiuc." c-nnnian union. No competition and sells to all classes. A cents are inectiuo with rpmnrVntilmtitprpss Forcirculars anil terms address the publisher. I5W4 w. E. I1LI&S. Toledo, O. Julian's Interest Tables! THE BEST IN USE. For sale at the, BOOK STOKE. ' Auj. SO.'lSTO. Iras Grand Opening 1TBW GOODS FOR THE Fa OF 1870, AT J. MULYANE'S NO. 1 COMMERCIAL BLOCK. Tlie JLarqest. Latest and Cheapest Arrival of ATetv Goods ! I HAVE jnst returned from the East, where I have purchased the largest and mobt at tractive assortment 01 Ever brourht to this market, which will be sold at such exceedingly low prices, that no mercnani wno purcnaseu earner in we season can possiDiy compete witn. Mv stock of iroods consists of a fall and com plete assortment of new and elegant FAJFCY JDBJESS GOODS A SPLENDID LOT OF French Jlerinos, Empress Cloths, In all colors and at prices to suit all. Zionese Cloths, Baden Cloths, Black Alpacas, Brocade Alpacas, Poplins, ill V ool Iscps, Plaids, tc. PLAID DISS GOODS, In all styles and at lowest prices. The latest tningonr, me Satine de India Dress Goods. Call and See Them. Good Muslin, 1 yard wide, 9c. per yd. Good Ticklng, 12Jc. per yd. Black Silks. Thelanrest lot, of Black Silks everbronrht to this market, at prices that will astonish you. JAPANESE SILKS, all Colors. Dress Trimming-. My assortment of Dr Trimmings Is now complete, and far ahead of anything ever brought to this market. Don't fail to call and examine them. SHAWLS! - SHAWLS!! A lanrc lot of Paisler Shawls. Plaid Shawls Shoulder Shawls, and Shawls of all descrip- iiuub, i utu iuwi living- prices. BLANKETS. A large lot of "Woolen Blankets at $1 per pair. Carpets. Carpets. Carpets. I trill sell Brussels Carpet at SO cents a yard. BOOTS, SHOES AND CAITERS. At one-half less profit than can be.lxraght elsc- wncre. Cloths and Cassimeres. I still have, as nsnal. the larcrcst and best stock of Cloths and Cassimeres in the market. Call and examine them and be convinced that I haTe the most comDlete stock, and at nrlces so low that you trill not fail to purchase. Queensivare and Groceries Cheap. 9tr J. MULVANE. Great Attraction, AT THE OLD RELIABLE ! L. MAYERS, HAS JUST ItECEIVF.D -i A Large and Well Selected StOCK of DEY GOODS. Heavy Yard Wide Muslin, 12 1-2 cts. per Yard. Nice Red Flannel, 25 cts. per Yard. Cood Calico, IO cts. per yd. Boulevarde Skirts, Late Style, only S2. Nice Shawls, SO cents. Kid Cloves, BO cts. a pair. 200 yard Spool Cotton, only o Cents. Large Assortment of Pais ley Shawls. Finest Stock of Plaids in Town, 25 cts. to SI.SO per yard. GROCERIES, QXJEElVSWAJEtE, Boots & Shoes, HATS, CAPS & FUJIS. Sept,2!.lCT. Stf WHIPS, THE CHEAPEST AND BEST, lmS At the BOOK STOBE IXEa-tclaea S THE BEST, AllR. SO, 1ST0.-Ira3 At tho BOOK STORE Paper Collars, Paper Cuffs, Paper Bosoms. In nil numbers, styles, Ac.constnntly on hand. Wo Intend to make this branch of our bus iness a specially, and if keeping up with tho times will insure success, wo will win it. Gents will always And on our shelves the latei and best stylo or Collars. At the BOOK STOKE. Millersburg, Aug. IS, 1STO. lma MILTON W. 11ROWN, AGENT FOB THE MASON & HAMLIN Oil (fan. All rommunlratlons addressed to him at lllllcnburir, O., will receive due attention. km Ever And The And of bio ful A. ting THE Prodigal's Heturn. I have returned to Mil lersburg and engaged in the Grocery and Provision business again, One Door West of Commercial Blocfc, where I intend to do as I used to, that isjlcecp every tiling that everybody icants and- sell at the loivest pos sible living rices. Ml old friends and the piiblicgenerdlly are, invited to call and see me. I have the cheapest goods in my .imp m Millersburg, and by strict attention to the icants of a herctefore generous public, I hope at least to merit a, share of the generous patronage heretofore so liberally be stowed upon vie. v It 'will at all times be my aim to anticipate the wants of the public in all articles in my line of bus mess. Your,s truly, " H. S. WESTON. Milleksbcbo, O., Oct. G, 1870. STOYE AND Til Ston VOORHES & HUDSON. The Only Reliable Store to Buy the Best and Cheapest Stoves In the Market. Their stock is all new and of the latest and most improved patterns. IRON KING! First Premium at Ohio State Fair 1869 and .1870, as the best stove for wood or coaL NEW WOELD! The largest and best wood cook stove made. PRESIDENT! , ; - .it.. The largest and best elevated oven made. variety of HEATING AND PAELOU Wood Pumps, Orate Fronts, Kitchen Hardware. and Copper Ware. Sheet Iron & Wooden Ware. Table Cutlery, &c. Tin Roofing and Sponting, all JOB WORK dono on short notice. best workmen arc always employed. Dont fail to call before purchasing, at the EXCELSIOR STOVE STORE examine their stork. It is all new. of the latest patterns and sold at the lowest rates. One Door West of Empire House. VOORHES & HUDSON, 1U SINGER'S IMPROVED Family Sewing; line! Is THE Best jiikI Cheapest. It will last 'a Family their Lifetime. It will Sew- all kinds of.Cloth with all kinds Thread. It makes tnoixwk much, winen u the Iiest Stitch that is marie. Tho rlso and fall of numberless machines heralds ft as Mipcrior to ull others; has eon. vlnccd tho public that it is safer to bur nn ar ticle of established reputation nndof responsl. parties, than to risk their money in doubt, experiments. WAITS, JIekchant Taii.oi, -,!' f. Sali Room Commercial Block, Second Floor, Iam also In reccintof the Latest FnOWnn lontraj-'ii. ah worK w ,-arranlcd to nt. rut. done to order. t an and see me. Just tne Place. YERGIN-S DEUGr STORE, TO BUV Wall Paper! At Greatly Reduced Prices, ALAEGi: variety of GILT PAPER, at from 73 cent to $2 per bolt. A full assortment oi hlmjuw bUAUES. wMcn we are selling as low as tne lowest, uive us a can ana exam ine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere. it o nave aiso a large ana complete siock i Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paint and varnish Brushes, warranted pure Russia bristle: and Whitewash Brushes of su perior quality, which we are selling EKi Wo would alio invite the attention of Phvsi- cian and tho public generally, to our large bWCJk Ol DEUGS & CHEMICALS! Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, tc. Thankinconr friends for their liberal patron ,ge in the past, we hope to merit a continuance i incs&me. W. R. YERCIN. aiillersburgJSept. 1, 18T0. 2tf DAILY'S Marble Works ! Millersburg, Ohio. A SICE ASSORTMENT OF MONUMENTS ! AND Tomb- Stones, OF THE BEST AND SUTHERLAND FALLS AMERICAN MARBLE ! ALWAYS ON IIAXD, AND AT 15 PER CENT. LESS! Than the same can bo bought of any traveling: Agent. tgAU Materials Warranted Kb. I.g2 ltf C. P. DAILY. S. K WEIRICH. F.1V.GASCIIE. F. JIUSSBAUM. WEIRICH , GASCHE & CO,, Opposite the Empire House, Keeps constantly'on hand a large.assortmentof SUCH AS Iron, Steel, ITails, Glass, Sash and Boors, Axles, Springs and Fifth Wheels, Anvils, Bellows and Tweir Irons, A full stock of Blacksmith Tools. A FULL STOCK OF Carpenter's and Cabinet MaKer's Tools i Just received and cheaper than ever. Planes, of every description, Chisels, Guagcs and Squares, Cast Steel Auaers & Auaer Bitts. Henry Bisfon Saws, Shoo Ely Saws, Solid Cast Steel Hammers, Solid Cast Steel Hatchets, Braw Shaves and Spoke Shaves, Broad Axes and Foot Adzes, And many other tools toonnmcroos to mention. A line stock ol Sadilsr's and Trimmer's Hardware. Iron over top Hames. Coach and Gig Hames, Buckets of all kinds, Bosetts and Ornaments, Trim Leather, Top Leather, Bash Leather, Enameled Muslin, Buck C Brill, And a full stock of Saddler's Tools! Jnst receired from tho East. Also, a large as sortment or Paint and Varnish Brushes, Camel Hair and Sable Stripers, Tube Colors tt- Transfer Ornaments, All kinds. of Colors, dry and in oil, Coach and Furniture Varnish, Eureka 6'olors, Fahnestock Lead, G. A . Wcirich Lead, A foil slock o'f J AT REDUCED PRICES. Boor. Bumpers, Sash Fasteners, Blind Jlingcs and Fastenings, Looking Glass JCnobs, Picture Knobs, Coat and Hat Hooks Corn Slicllcrs, Cider Mills, Crosn Cut and JIM Saws, Lot of Farm Bells, 1'ittsbxtrgh Centre Plow, iron and wooden beam, Jfeir stock of Pocket Cutlery, Amves and Forks, Butcher ICnives, Embroidering and Pocket Scissors, Smith & Wesson's Revolvers Powder Flasks and Shot Pouches, Bamrods for Ilijlcs and Shot Guns, Ifun Barrels and UunJiibs, Gun Locks and Triggers, ' Gun Wads, Bullet Moulds, I full slock oj Gun Maker's Ma terials, And everything usually found In a first. class iianisvarc More. WEIRICH, CASCHE & CO. Jackson Street, opposite the Empire House. .uiuersourff. uuio. rtr BOOTS & SHOES! A. SHRIMPLIN'S 3B BOOT Al SHOE STOI ON HANDS AGAIN ! HE HAS GONE EAST TO PURCHASE A larger stock of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters than ever, FOR FALL & WINTER wnicii he vrnx sell at prices Lower TJian Can he Bought Mlsewnere. Men's Heavy Boots. S3.00 to S6.00 Men's Kip Boots, 54.00 to S6.00 Men's Calf Boots, S4.00t0SI0.OO Boy's Boots, all Kinds, SI. bo to S4.00 Women's Balmorals, Calf, Coat and Kid. Women's Water - Proof Gaiters. Ladies' Lace Boots, Cheap and Cood, 75c. to S4.BO Children's Shoes, all Kinds, A large variety and decidedly cheap. Gum Boots, Gum Shoes', Jiubbers, Sandals, All sizes, and cheaper than ever. ALASKA'S & ARCTIC'S! Overshoes in Abundance. ALSO, A LARGE LOT OF PRIME Sole Leather ! SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS, At Prices that Cannot be Beat. Call and See Me, and I will You a Cood Bargain. Ctve Thankful for nast favors. I solicit a continn. ance of the same. A.'SHRIMPLIN. Aug. 1K0. ltf Watches AND Jewelry Let earthquakes come, And thunders roll, And shake this earth From pole to pole; Let eagles to their acme soar, But don't forget to buy your Watches at Jacobs' store. WELTY JACOBS, DEALER IX Watches,Jewelry -AND PLATED WARE! MILLER SBVJtG, OHIO. WISH to sav to th a rm H If. that I have ! fttel v received a lane selection of GOOD JEH - ELRV AND WATCHES, which I now offer at a very small margin. I pnrchaso my Watches from a house in Neir York that cannot be un dersold, therefore, that enables me to SELL CHEAP. I give below a PZIXOZ: TiTBT : American Watch Co, Waltham, Mass. Waltham make Movements, Appleton, Tracy & Co., P. b. Bartlett, William KHenr. J25.00tot200.00 3J.00 to 70.00 1G.I0 to20.S0 13.00 to 16JS0 8.73 to 10.25 Iiorae Watch Co. National Watch Co., Elgin, Illinois. It. W. Ramond, Movement, II. Z. Culver, Movements 2.00 ss.ro ' 30.25 19JO 16.50 it. ii. xayior, vT G.W. Wheeler. .f. J. T. Ityerson, jiac inin, Wm. II. rerry, Francis Kubie, (Lady's sire,) 19.80 05.00 -S3.00 i-auy xugin, 8 Tho abovo Movement Jiavc Dust Bands, Patent Centre Tinions, and war ranted. Coin Silver Cases - Two Ounce, Three Ounce, Silver Joints, Three Onncc, Gold Joints, Kour Ounce, Silver Joints, Four Ounce, Gold Joints, Five Ounce, Gold Joints, Hv Ounce, Gold Joints, and S.S1 ll.rt) ll.O) 1U0 1&25 2J.23 COLD CASKS IK Frtopoimox. REPAIRING! Neatly Executed at Very Low Figures. ltcmcuibcr the place. Main Street, Opposite tho Empire Houso, MlLLKRSIUmfl, Aus., 1S7D.-Itf Ohio. Grand Ru Old. and. Reliable Stoye & Tin Store OF M. SHOUP, NO. 2 COMMERCIAL BLOCK, rjnHE nndersigncd is now offering to the pub- i lie sue "EXTENSION," for Wood, "INLAND EMPIRE," Coal, And all tho differcnt'styles of STOYES, At the" lowest living rates. Also, deals in Crates, Hollow Ware, Union Churn, bestmade. Pumps, &c, &c. Cutlery, Copperware, Tinware. Wc manufacture COWEK KETTLES, which we sell at Low Figures. Job Work and Repairing ! Neatly done, on short notice. We do SPOUTING AND ROOFINC! And guarantee-a satisfactory job every time Saleroom, No. S Commercial Block, Millers burg, Ohio. 8tf XbX. SBOITF. Steam Hill Store ! Ho! For Paint Valley! TX7E would respectfully announce to the cit- T izens oi mis vicinuj-, mat we arc receiv ing a spienuia assortment ol DRY GOODS, &RO CEBIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE, &C. Which vrc u-IU offer for sale at the lowest pos sible cash prices. "We can and we will sell goods at a lower figure than can be sold else where in the county, for the simple reason that we have no high rents to pay, corporation taxes clerk hire and other such incumbrances as full upon merchants doing business in large towns, iv e win sea Best Standard Frints for 12) cents. As good Bleached Shirting for 8 cents a yard as was erersoia in ine county lor cents. Mm' 0ttre Bwla for $30. We have a full line of Boots, Shoes and Gaiters, Which we ask yon to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Also a nice stock of MILLIXERV GOODS. which we will sell low. 4-4 Stark A Sheeting, by the bolt, at 14 cents peryard- EEADV - MADE CLOTHING, Cheap for Cash. JOHN SPENCER & SONS. Paint Valley, O., Sept. 18TO. Stf. J. A. LEOPOLD, DEALER IX Q TJEENS WARE, Canned Fruits & Vegetables TEE BEST FLOUR ! HIS, COFFEES, SUGARS, Lamps, Carbon Oil, Cigars, Tobaccos, K full assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES constantly kept on hand ana soia as very low rates. BOTY WASHING MA CHINE The Best Washing Machihe in use. Fruit Jars at Cost. English Double Barrel, Patent Breech, Real SHOT GUNS, Wads, Powder Flasks, Shot lts. Pouches, Water Proof Caps, and the best Powder, Shot and Lead at the very lowest cash prices. A Large Lot of Baskets. J. A. LEOPOLD. MUlersburgr, O, Sept, 1N0. Stf mi. H.GAED. AXD- Meat Market. I would respectfully announce that ( keep constantly on hand a good supply of Fresh Groceries and Pro visions atlownrures. FRESH MEATS t.f all kinds can be had dally. East Room. CrltcliSeld's llnildlnz, opposite the Court House. 10tf " Wll. II. HARD. "Willi Paper, "Window SUaclcs, New and desirable paterns in both. Jnst received at the HOOK .STORE. Aug. 20,18m. lurJ LUMBER & LOC BOOK. Scliribner's Ready Reckonre Tho most full and complete book ever publish !, for Ship Builders, Boat Builders, Lumber Merchants and Mechanics, being a correct measurement of Scantling, Boards, Plank, Cu bical contents of ?quaro and Round Timber, Saw Logs, Wood, Ac, comprised in a number tabic-, to which are added Tables of Wages br the Month, Hoard or Kent by tho Day or V eek. Interest Tables. Ac. For sale at tho HOOK STORE. .Mllterbure. Ans.18.lCT. lmS shlEW GOODS Cheaper -Tian Eyer ! -AT Excelsior Corner! FOE YOUR French Merinos, Silks, Empress Cloths, Flaids, Delaines, Thibets, Velvets & Velveteens, Go to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. FOR YOUR BLANKETS & FLANNELS Go t WHOLF, UHLER A Co.'s. FOR YOUR Paisley, Brocha, Thibet and wool snawis, Go to WHOLF, UHLER A Co.'s. FOR YOUR Beaver Cloths, Broad Cloths, Black and Fancy Cassi meres, Wool Tweeds, Cassinets, Jeans.&c. Go.ta WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. FOR YOUB Brown aud Bleached Muslins, Cotton IHannets, JDenims, Tidings, Stripes and Checks, Go to WHOLF, UHLER St Co.'s. FOR YOUR Carpets, Oil Cloths, Queensvyare, Looking Classes, flee. Go to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. FOR YOUR Hats, Caps, Roots, Shoes ana nuooers, Go to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. FOR YOUR Fancy Goois ui Notions, Go to WHOLF, UHLER A Co.'s. FOR YOUR Groceries, Flour, Feed, -7 T .. - Jt . T r . . Go to' WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. TO SELL YOUR Butter, Eggs, Seeds, Lard, And all kinds of Produce, for the High Go to WHOLF, UHLER & Co.'s. At Wholesale & Betail. New Store! New New Prices4 AND A New Firm Harpster.Rudy&Co. ARE now prepared to offer to the public tho best assortment of HARDWARE ever of fered in this county, and at price far below any establishment westof the mountains. Hav ing bought our goods from the manufacturers FOR CASH, and intending to SELL FOR CASH! Enables us to sell cheap: so the- man who pays for his goods dont have to pay for the goodshli neighbor buys and dont pay for. In marking our goods, we make no calcula tion for losses it, bad debts and we doot in tend to hare any. Cood and Cheap Coodsfor Cood Pay! Is our motto. Wc have opened a FIRST-CLAss STORE and keep only FIRST-CLASS GOOD. We have made arrangements with manufac turers of a great manv goods in our line, to that wc can sell at manufacturer's shop prices, not even adding freight. Among which are Sash and Doors, Door Locks, Class, Paints ano Oils, Spokes, Felloes and Hubs, Sleigh Material, Saws, every description, lxst make. Shovels and Forks, Anvils & ViSOS, (rcicr Wright's. We would invite special attention to.our stock of Table and Pocket Cutlery ! Of which we have a full line that we sell at the usual wholesale rrice. Also, HOBSE BLslXKETS, very cheap LAP BOBES, single and double. Call and see us before purchasing. Wcwilt do you good. HARPSTER, RUDY & CO. Mlller.bnrg.O. . etf