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WASHINGTON, Dec. 5.
Swto After electing th
Hill, a Baptist minister of Washington, Jta
diapUin,ther8nste rammed th rff
aMhTinotidn to- print . the Preset.
"lligWentewd W7 ?de
oflbe President "f rf
Republic I ply to qnestK)n by
Ifrf Wade, relsti to Mr. Buchanan's poli
cr of Kansas must da
he said the
the qaestion of slavery for tbem
adre; but he had no doubt bat that Mr.
- Jjochanao, like most Northerners, would
- peter that she should be admitted into the
Union a free State.
. House The President's message was
. Mr. Campbell, of Ohio, moved its refer
ence to the Committee of the Whole on
the state of the Union, taking occasion to
condemn the assertions of the President,
relative to the disloyalty of the Republi
cans, and charging the Democrats with de
ceptive conduct in the late Presidential
contest, and succeeding, by treachery and
complicity in regard to the Nebraska bill,
those in the North giving it a different in-
- terpretation from that held by the South.
Mr. Sherman defended the 'Republicans,
eying that the President's charges were
gratuitous, and that it was equally untrue
Usat they designed or wished to change the
relative position of the white or black races,
or to interfere with slavery in the Slates. -
' The debate was animated, and was list
ened to by crowded galleries..'""
; -Adjouned.;j; ; .';.;';,- .
WASHINGTON, Dec 8.
' - The Republicans will hold a caucus to
morrow night, to consider what course t
is best to take with reference to the admis
sion of Whitfield. - Some are in fevor of
: resorting to parliamentary tactics to pre
- vent a vote being taken. 5;. i f 3
NEW YORK, Dec. 8.
The Tribune's Washington correspon
dent of the 7th says: - The Committee of
Ways and Means will hold tneir nrst ses
sion to-morrow. . .
The tariff bill reported at the last session
is set down ten days hence, but will proba
bly not be called up for consideration until
after the holidays. It proposes a reduc-
tion in the . aggregate of the revenue of
about six millions, but in dinerent form
as to wool from the recommendation of the
Secretary of the Treasury.
The report that ten cent pieces had been
coined and wait orders to be issued, is er
roneous; a bill to that effect was reported
last session, but did not pass.
" . . I have the most positive assurances that
''franklin Pierce intends running as a can
didat for U. S. Senator, in 1658, in place
.of Mr. Hale.
It is understood that Gov. Hamlin will
be returned to the Senate from Maine, after
an informal induction as Governor.
NEW YORK, Dec. 8.
A. P. Cook arrived at Washington yes
terday from Arizonia, (the new territory
formed from the Gadsden purchase from
Mexico.) He brings with him credentials,
and will claim a seat in the House as Dele
irate from that Territory. He reports the
population of Arizonia at from ten to fif
teen thousand, and that the Territory will
make a State as large as Pennsylvania.
The Herald1! Washington Correspond
ent of the 7th says n caucus of the irgiu
3a Congressional delegation, was held at
Washington on Saturday evening, al which
they declared their preference for Mr. Bab
cock, should Mr. Buchanan think proper to
. sive Virginia a Cabinet appointment.
Gov. Floyd, who arrived at the seat of
Uovernment yesterday, strongly disapprov
ed of the action of the Virginia Electoral
The Southern Convention meets to-day,
in the city of Savannah, G&V, to consult on
such measures as will best promote the
asperity of the South.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 8.
The report of the arrival of the steamer
City of Manchester is incorrect. She has
not yet heard from.
Negro Trouble in Kentucky.
LOUISVILLE, Dec. 6.
The Negroes in Southern Kentucky are
in a mutinous state, and a general insurrec
tion is feared. Vigilance Committees have
been formed in Lafayette, Hopkinville, and
CINCINNATI, Dec. 8.
Oa Saturday evening the new steamer
Kentucky, laying up the river, burst her
steam pipes, scalding 11 deck hands and
0 deck passengers.
Three of the injured died soon after.
The others were brought down to the hos
ftlUjl ia our city. They are badly scalded,
atnd fearer five more will probably die. '
The Ohio, at this point, continues to rise
steadily, and has risen altogether, at this
place, two feel and a half. . Licking river
was rising rapidly yesterday, and steamers
from above report, Big Sandy, Guyan, and
little Miama running out finely- The Lou
isville Journal learus that there has been
rise of ten feet at the coal mines of the
Kentucky river. Boats from : the lower
Ohio report six feet water on Flint Island
bar, and river rising fast. ,
Rtvkb at Wheeling. The Wheeling
Tunes of Monday says :
Yesterday eve there was about four feet
In the channel of the Ohio, and it is now at
higher stage than it has been for a long
time. A heavy rain fell during the whole
of Friday evening, and we had an occasion
al sorinkle on Saturday. At the close of
the day the weather looked favorable for a
continuance. A rise of eight or ten feel is
a "fixed fact," and steamboat men have
commenced their preparatory brush up in
earnest; j i -. f , fV f
The steamer Belmont when approaching
the city, below the bridge on Saturday
morning, was thrown partly on the shore
by the violent wind which prevailed. It
took several hours to set her to rights again.
She sustained no damage.
Despatches from Nashville report the
Cumberland river still risihg, with twelve
feet water on the shoals.
The Nashville Zfannw, of Saturday, says:
The eves of the boatmen brightened yes-
terday at the sight of a fine tide in the
Cumberland, which started down on the
night previous. At 3 P. M. yesterday, it
had risen about four feet at this point, and
was still swelling. The rise came from
Stone's river. Advices from Caney Fork
.give intelligence of a three foot rise in that
stream, which will bo added to the present
awelL We may therefore calmlsle on a
good river, for a while at least
The N. G. Woodside, Minerva and En
nice arrived yesterday from St. Louis; the
Rescue from Memphis, and. the Belmont
from Pittsburg.. The Albemarls started
Wheeling last evening with a full cargo.
The Rocket, Moderator and Cambridge left
Pittsburg, Bostona for Portsmouth, and
Lancaster for New Richmond.
The Election in California.
Election day in San Francisco—Vigilance
Committee at Work—Fremont City
and County Tickets Elected—Buchanan
supposed to have carried the State by
5,000 plurality—Congressmen Elected—
State Legislature—Miscellaneous News.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 5.1856.
The election has comoletelv engrroesed
the attention of the whole State for the
past fortnight. In this city and county,
the excitement has been very great, and
the eanvaes was carried on with much spir
it bv the three nartirs. ' It was conceded
that the Fremont city and county ticket
would be successful, but the Presidential
vote in the county was looked upon as
doubtful as between Fremont and Buchan
The Fillmore men were confident of
carrying the State while the Republicans
conceded it to Buchanan by 5,000 over the
Americans. ' '
On Monday, the Executive of the Vigi
lance Committee, ascertaining that the on
difficulty in tbe way of the Uovorners
withdrawing his insurrection proclamation,
was the tact that a portion of the state
arms had not yet been given up, telgraph-
the Uovernor that that thev were ready
surrender them. Thereupon Governor
Johnson telegraphed a proclamation down
from Sacramento passing the government
the city and county over to the civil au
thority, thus giving us a legal election.
The polls were open from sunrise to sun
set. - The Vigilance Committee were, fully
prepared to protect the polls, but their ser
vices were not called into requisition, ex
in the Twelfth District, where a party
horsemen scattered a crowd of rowdies
attempted to get up a row. All par
ties admit that there was a fair vote, no
stuffing, double-voting, and but little false
swearing. The Fremont ticket has made
clean sweep in the city and county offi
cers, also carrying, it is believed both Sen
ators and tbe whole of the Assemblymen.
Buchanan will have about 200 "majority
over Fremont, out of the-12,000 votes of
Buchanan's friends believe they have
carried the State by 5,000 over Fillmore,
by double that number over Fremont
Three quarters of the Fillmore men in the
State are Northern men and had not Fill
more been a candidate, that portion of
them would have undoubtedly gone for
remont. 1 have always written you that
Buchanan would carry the State; and that
unless Fillmore was withdrawn, Fremont
would stand no chance.
Scotland McGibbon, Democratic Con
gressmen are probably elected. It is im
possible to say yet how tho Legislature
It is impossible to decide as yet upon
complexion of the Legislature. There
be a large number of Fillmore and
Fremont men in the Assembly.
PUiL Herbert leaves to-day for Washing
On Monday he challenged Thomas
King, editor of the Evening Bulletin,
articles commenting upon the atrocious
1 - r tt 1 i x
uiuruur ui xx.euung wuiui vu&uenge air.
of course returned with a contemptuous
message. Gn Tuesday Herbert stood on
Montgomery street all dav, with a big blud
geon, waiting avowedly, as I am told, to
attack King. The latter," bo wever, brush
ed passed Herbert at 5 o'clock, on his way
dinner, in company with two friends,
without any hostile demonstration on the
part of our worthy Congressmen. Had
Herbert assaulted King he would liave
adorned a lamp-post in ten minutes there
A firm styling themselves Chester &
Sprague, who pretended to be agents for
United States Insurance Company at New
York, absconded last week after having
victimized the public to the amount of
3,000 on false or forged policies.
Kennolutn, an Irish pedestrian, has just
completed the great feat of walking on a
twenty-foot plank, 106 consecutive hours
without sleep or rest " :
A grand battle took place last week in
Tuolume county between the "Cantons"
the "Hong Kongs." There were about
on a side, armed with shot-guns, revol
vers, pikes, fc-ongs, dec, many of them wear
ing breast-plates, made by sewing strips of
and bits of canvass. The quarrel arose
about a gold claim. There were about
Americans on hand to witness the
The battle commenced by firing, at
range, with muskets say at about a
mile and a half, and the beating of gongs.
din was terrible. Gradually the two
armies approached each other, until some
shots told, killing three or four of the Ce
lestials when . both parties retreated, and
probaby runuing yet These pitched
fights are very frequent in the mountains,
afford fine holidays to the American
An important revolution has taken place
the Mexican State of Sonora. Governor
Gandara, a mau of much influence and
wealth, has been driven out after a severe
battle, and has taken refuge in the Gads
dee Purchase. He promises to return to
Sonora with 3,000 Californians, and to an
nex Sonora to the United States.
The people of the Gadsden Purchase
have had a meeting at Tueson for the pur
of taking the necessary steps to form
Territorial Government " The popula
of the Territory amounts to about
10,000. It is proposed to call tbe lernto
ry "Arizona." A company from here are
successfully working a mine in the
F. W. R.
A Slakoer Nailed. The Washington
Union, not Ion? since, published the arti
asserting that just previous to the elec
tion, CoL Fremont remained several days
Philadelphia, in the house of Isaac R.
Davis that he had several interviews with
Isaac Newton, a candidate for elector
the Fillmore ticket, and that during
these interviews CoL Fremont made use of
strongest personal appeals and the most
dishonorable propositions with the view of
t 'VAmsn intA Ttici Sill nTVft.
The Union was very specific in its details,
for the truth of its statements referred
Mr. Newton himself. - -"-'
Mr, Newton, in his reply to this appeal,
writes as follows :
"I have never seen CoL Fremont since
last January. I saw him then in compa
ny with Isaac R. Davis, al my store in Phil
adelphia, by whom I was introduoed to
him. But I did not then, nor have I ever
exchanged a word, or had any communica
tion with CoL Fremont on political sub
jocta. Very respectfully, Ac,
ISAAC NEWTON. Another Horror--Ten Lives
By a dispatch in our teleprapic columns
this morning, it will be seen that a terrible
railroad collision took place last evening at
the crossing of the Cleveland and Pittburg,
and Ohio and Pennsylvania Railroads, at
By information derived from the passen
gers who came from Alliance last night, we
gather the following particulars: .
The two railroads cross each other at
that point and in an acute angle formed by
their crossing, stands the railroad station
and eating house. The lime for the arri
val of the train going west on the O. & P.
road is twenty minutes earlier than that of
the Pittsburg train, most of which is given
to passengers for supper. The passengers
had just returned to the train which was
moving away from tbe station, when the
train from Wellsville came op, runuing, it
is stated, at about twenty miles per hour,
and struck the two hindermost cam. The
force of the collision threw the locomotive
and tender of the Pittsburg train from the
track, while all of the passenger cars re
mained upon it, and in spite of the shock,
passed on the entire length of tbe train,
(consisting of one baggage, and three pas
senger cars,) before stopping. Conductor
Clelland, of the Wellsville train, was just
at the car door when the collission took
place, and was somewhat bruised upon the
cheek and right side. . . Onr informant was
sitting in the middle of the hindmost car.
near the stove upon" which be was thrown
by the force of the collission, while a lady
who sat by his vide was thrown half way
down the aisle. Other passengers were
more or less bruised upon the Wellsville
(Clelland's) train, bet no one killed. But
upon tbe other tram, ana about the plat
form a sickening sight presented- itself.
The hindermost car of this train
thrown by the force of the blow, quite
through the walls of the station house into
the dining halL " Several persons were kill
ed upon the platform, and in the two cars
which were struck. A Mr. Smith, af Alli
ance, awl his wife had just arrived by this
train, and were standing upon the platform
when this car struck them, killing both in
stantly, the head of the woman being entire
ly broken in pieces. We did not learn
that any other lady was killed.
There were very few persons seriously
injured among the survivors. The scene
was one horrible in the extreme, and which
to even detail caused the surviving passen
gers to shudder. The passengers from
Wellsville came into Cleveland about mid
night n the train which left here for Al
liance in the afternoon, and arrived there
shortly after the accident had taken place.
We abstain from comment until the
facts are more fully obtained. A horrible
sacrifice of human life has been made un
der 'circumstances which give evidence of
criminal carelessnes somewhere. Cleve
land Leader, Dec. 9th.
The Marck of the Ruffians.
CoL Titus, the commander of the pirate
gang which Pierce has called into the ser
vice of the redenu Government to guard
and gag the free-state prisoners in Kansas,
has asked of Gov. Geary thai he and his
murderous crew may be discharged, so that
they may embark for Central America, aud
enlist under the banner of Walker. So we
see it announced by the correspondent of
tho bU .Louis Democrat, who writes from
Kansas under date of Nov. 25 th.
The business of making slave territory
is virtually taken by the job, aud when one
job is completed another is commenced
upon. ....This letter writer says: .. :
"About one hundred will take passage
for St Louis, there to wait until the 10th
of next month, at which time they intend
to embark for Nicaragua via. New Orleans,
under the command of CoL Titus. . He
says that sufficient money has been provi
ded to defray the expenses of the expedi
tion. - On their arrival in Central America
they join the forces of "President Walker,"
and are expected to fight for the secure
possession of the country.
"Titus says after Central America is all
right he intends going over into Cuba,
and revolutionize that island, and gain it
it for the South, and the South alone.
CoL T. has been a filibuster all his life,
and was once in Cuba under the unfortu
nate Lopez. He sent, Walker the first
company of men sent from the States.
The Lancaster Bask. The Lancas
ter Intelligencer learns from a reliable
source that there is a strong probability - of
this, institution being put on its feet again,
by a new subscription of stock - to the
amount suggested by the directors in their
report to the meeting of stockholders.
This project, if carried out, will give the
bank a cash Capital of 1300,000 to . com
mence with, and enable it to pay its pres
ent depositors in one, two and three years.
Of course the c-!d stock is all sunk, and
will prove a dead loss to the stockholders
unless the doubtful and bad assets of the
institution should turn out better than the
Directors anticipate. Since the suspension
the Bank has redeemed over $65,000 of
her notes in payment of debts due the in
stitution, thus discharging her liabilities to
that amount' Pitts. Gazette.
Tax Kansas Land Sales. A Chica
go paper has inleligence from the great
land sales at Fort Leavenworth, to the 1st
instant The writer says :
Several persons obtained, two tliroo, or
nine quarter sections, either taking the land
in their own name or the names of others.
The deparment at Washington issued in
structions against such fancy claims, but
Mr. Eddy, the Special-Commissioner, avail
ed himself of no means to delect them.
Quarter sections were on Monday bid off
by persons as settlers at the valuation price,
who gave their resedencs as "Clay county"
or "Platte county, Missouri." To this, Mr.
Eddy made no objections. How a man
can be a settler of Jefferson county, Kan
sas Territory, and still be a resident of Clay
county, Missouri, must bo left to Mr. Eddy
to determine. -
A New Theory. According to the Bos
ton Transcript, a venerable and distin
guished professor of theology ia Yale Col
fedge, is about to issue a work that will
cause some excitement in the religious
world. It is entitled "Yaveh Christ; or,
the memorial Name." The Transcript
The main object of the author is to show
that the world has hitherto labored under
a profound mistake respecting th e Hebrew
word given as "Jehovah" in the old testi
ment, He undertakes to prove that it was
not "Jehovah," but "Yaveh;" that it does
not mean "I am," but "He who will be"
in short that the "Jehovah," of the Old
Testament and the "Christ" of the New
denote one and the same being. The point
is argued with great ingenuity, force and
eloquence, on both philosophical and his
Mr. Isaac E. Morse, of Lousiana, has re-
ceieved his instructions for New Grenada,
and is about to depart on his eommsion.
Mr. Morse goes out as a special commis
sioner, with a proposition in ruferenc to the
security of the Panama transit t-.- J '-
A shantv occupied by John McCarty, at
Lockport, N. Y- was burned on Friyay
morning and two small children were con
sumed id the flames.
MILLERSBURG, Dec. 11.
FW...S,50$S.0O Eggs 12V
Buckwheat flour $2i0 Pork $45g$5,55
Rveflour jpewt.-i00 Clovcrseed ...$5,25
W'heat $1,00 Flaxseed ...$1.25
Cora 3340 Timothvseed $2$25
Oats ...... 25 Green Apples...:.. .50
Rve .... .......50 Dried Appk.. $1,50
Butter 18 Dried Peaches $2,00
Lard. 8 .
CLEVELAND, Dec. 8.
Flooit-Soperfim torboio. ulna igsa Wbwt
to f 1,28: Cara-M to 51 ct: Otte 35 U 3S cU;
Re 63 to 6i eta; B.rtfj $1,12 to $1,24.
New York Market.
New York Market. NEW YORK, Dec. 8.
Floor A ihade firmer with moderato demand. Sale
1.100 bW at $656,40 for ewiimow to choice pertnc
State; $6,0,70 extra State; fe.4,S (apnfiae Wrr
tern; $6,76 extra eo Canadian; avoderate ImtneM with
amlea of 500 tibl at $6,50725 common superfine to extra.
Wheat Adranerd ir per ho. at $1 ,41(31,42 tor lfilwan
kie Clob: tl,6 nd Winter Illinoia: $1 ,501,5 Canadias
Clob; $lJiol,T0 white Canadian; $1,6 wfcita Ulinoja;
tl.72l,;4 white St Leoix. Silea of 7,000 box.
Rre 90r drlirmd.
Com Plroty and dutt. Sain of tSfiOO tax at 7)g7S
for mixed Western.
WhiekT Salea ofUM Mis O. and P. at 34 K
Pork Wihoot important chance. Sales of 490 tblx at
$lft19,$n for mesa; flTCUUT for prime;
Beef Firm. Salea f 400 bblx. Tales of 100 b Is beef
baav st $1T19l dot Ikiih Inos ribbed middles at 10.
2,000 dressed hogs at 25 hhda pickled hams at 10;
shoulders at 7 'a
Lard Firm. Saks of 3,009 bkls at 13.
NOTICE W. C. JACKSOX, of the As
sociate Beforra Presbyterian Church, it
expected to preach in Millcrabng, in the Associ
ate Church, next Sabbath, the 14th of December.
Service to commence at 11 o'clock.
THE Teachers of common schools throughout
the county are requested to meet in conven
tion at Millersborg, on the 26th day of Decem
ber, 1856, for the purpose of in terchauging opin
ions on the subject of School Government the
best mode of teaching, frc Business of inter
est to the profession will be transacted. . Let ev
ery teacher in the county be present, prepared
give in his experience.
1). S. TJHL, Spe. Com.
Dec 11, 1856 17td.
Wntlce of Aaaaal Meeting.
Omon C. Z. C. Railroad Co., ?
Axaos. Dec. 9, 1856.
rilHE annual meeting of the Stoekhaldeniof
s tne vjeveianu, xaneBTiue o. - indBBBti
Railroad for the election of Directors and trans
action of other business will be held at the Of
fice of the Company in Akron, on Wednesday
1 4th day of January 1857, at 10 o'clock a. m.
' ;. js. JU1Z.1S, seey.
13 THE FARMER'S & GARDENER'S 0WX FAPEU,
. Devoted to "
General Agriculture, live Stock.
n j ? 5 a a
uuruemng, xrtuis, oca.
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A copy of the Abt Joi-Bjrxi one year,
and " -
A Ticket in the Annual Distribution of Works
Thus, for every 3 paid, a person not only
gets a beautiful Engraving or Magazine one
year, but also receives the Art Journal one year,
and a Ticket in the Annual Distribution, Riakis?
four dollar worth of reading matter besides the
ticket, by wtuch a valuable painting or piese '
statuary may be received in addition.
Those who prefer Magaxines to the Engraving
-Saturday Night," have cither of the fol
lowing one yrfar: Harper's Magazine; Godey s
Ladvn Book; United States Magazine; Knick
erbocker SlagaxiBe; Graham's Magazine; Black
wood Mcgazine; Southern Literary Messenger.
Ho person is resmctea to a single snare.
Those taking fire memberships, remitting $15,
are entit led to six Engravings, and to tux tickets
in the distribution, or any five of the Magazines
one year, and ax ticket.
Persons, in remitting funds for memberships,
will please register the letter at the post office,
to prevent loss; oa receipt of which, a Certifi
cate of Membership, together with the Engra
ving or Magazine desired, will be forwarded to
an v part of the country. . . .
For further particulars, see the November
Art Journal, sent free on application.
For membership, address .:!
C. L. DERBY, Artuory C. A. A.
343 Broadway ."New York.
Or Western Office, ?
16S Water street, Sandusky, Ohio.
jyFor tickets apply to B. C. BROWN,
Honorary Secretary for MiUersburg and vicinity.
Noy. 27, ISao 14w6
Time of Holding Courts.
To the Clerk of the Coart of Common
Pleas and District Court of Holmes
fTlHE undersigned, Judges of the Court of
JL Common Pleas of the Sixth Judicial Dis
trict, hereby order. That the Terms of the Dis
trict Court, and of the Court of Common Pleas,
shall commence and be held in the several coun
ties in said District at the times hereunto
DISTRICT CCURT. 5
In the connty of Wayne on the twenty-seventh
day of ApriL - -" ' .
In the county of Richl.md on the eighteenth
day of May.
In the county of Ashland on the twenty-scv.
onth day of May.
In the county of Morrow on the first day of
June. . : i -
In the county of Delaware oa the filth day of
In the cocr.tr of Knox on the fifteenth day of
In the county of Licking on the twenty -sixth
day of June,
In the county of Coshocton on the thirteenth
day of July.
In the county of Holmes on the twenty-sixth
dav of July.
" COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
In the county of Knox on tbe twenty-third
day of February, on the thirty-first day of Au
gust, and on the twenty-sixth day of October. .
Ia the county of Licking on the sixteeth day
of March, on tbe fourteenth day of September,
and on the twenty-third day o' Novemlier.
In the county of Delaware on the sixth day of
April, on the twenty -eighth day of September,
and on the fourteenth day of December.
In the county of Ashland on -the sixteenth
day of February, on the twenty-eighth day of
September, and on the fourteenth day of l)e
In the county of Richland ou the second day
of March, oa the twenty-fifth day of August, and
oa the twenty -third day of November.
In the county of Morrow oa the thirtieth day
of March, on the fourteenth day of September,
and on the ninth d.ty of November.
In the county of Wayne on the twenty .fourth
day of February, on the twenty-fita day of
August, and on the third day of November.
In the county of Holmes oa the twenty-third
day of March, on the fourteenth day of Sep
tember, and on the thirtieth day of November.
In the county of Coshocton on the sixth day
of April, on the twenty-eighth day of Septem
ber, and oa the fourteenth dayot December.
Witness our signatures this 1st day of December,
1856. JAMES STEWART,
R. C. HURD.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true
copy . of the written order of James 8t art,
M. Welker, and R. C. Hard, Judges of the Court
of Common Pleas of the Sixth Judicial District,
as on file ia my office. .
In testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe my
name aad affix ray seal of office at Millera-
turg, tins nrst day ot liecember A. D. loob.
JAMES M. D1VVERS.
Clerk of Common l'leas Holmes Co. O.
Times ChangeSo do Landlords.
(Formerly "Western" Hons,)
i , is now kxpt r ;
WM. BUTLER & SON,
TTTITH particular regard to the wants of the
T V Traveling and Boarding public Try the
House now. Passengers carried free of charge
to and trom the Lars
LIVERY STABILE. u
Them ia a I.iverv Stable kept in connection
with the above House. Horses and Vehicles
let cheap, and persons taken to any given point
ia tne surrounding counuj iuvuuou: winr
8ept. 4. 1856 2tf. . "w
This flfura represents Jack A Gloaaqae, Boot
THE undersigned respectfully notifies the
public to look out for him. He is the one
who started the other night for California with
oat paying his kbUities.
yj. iia 1 1, Hnce ueaicr.
M iUcrsburp, O., No. 20, '56 J 3tX.
J t!i DStTGS rresh
' Xf I j3f EXTRACTS
:-jCanaS Just Recex'd
The Assortment is Complete, Comprising
Bombast neaPopliaeVnifcetayAJ swears,
DeL&ines, Shawls, Bonnet Ribbons,
LACE, EMBROIDERIES. Ac. '
Please Call and Examiae.
Nov. 13. 1856 12tf
BAKNCTW GONE TO EUROPE!
THE ELECTION OIER!
The Coutry Restored to Quietness.
TREMENDOUS RIOT t
AT THE DEPOT!
. CAUSED EY THE ARRIVAL OF
J. E. CLARK
FROM the Eastern Cities, whence he is
daily receiving, opening and displaying
the largest, cheapest ana best assortment of
Fall & Winter Goods
Ever brought to this or any other western mar
ket. Look well to your interest, aad call al
Clakz's and examine bis extensive stock of
Dry Goods. Groceries. Queensware.
Boots dt Shoes, Hats & Caps, Sole Leather,
In (act everything that contributes to the
Health and Happiness of Customers.
It is an incontrovertible fact come and see
for yourselves that yon can buy
Calicoes, Muslins, DeLaincs, Merinoea,
Thibets, ' Silks, Bonnets, Ribbons,
Trimmings, Shawls, Hosiery, . ic, ic
20 PER CENT.
Than at any other House
la this section of the wide world positively I
We would also have you know that we have
declared war against high prices on
And that yon can save your precious time and
money by calling at Clabk's before it ia too late.
Ladies, stop at the corner, and if yon eaa't
make your way through
the dssss eaowa AT Cl&aK'J,
Look ia at the windows, and feast your eyes oa
the rare luxuries aad bright colors just emerged
from the most fashionable emporiums of the
J. E. CLARE.
Millersburg, Xor. 13, 1856 12tf
SELLING OFF AT COST!
Cor. of Clay and Jackson sts.
REIMENSNIDER will sell AT COST from
this date, all the stock of Goods bow in
his store. All persons wishing to purchase
GOOD GOODS AT COST !
Will please give him a call before the bargains
are ail cornea on,
Millersburg, Noy. 10, 1856. navl3:dBtf
A LL persons indebted to P. RnvExaxmn
il will please make Daymen t to the under.
signed, at the Store-room'lately occupied by
iur, xTCimrnsBiucr, vt si. r. eotlltt,
tar Mr. P. Reiroensaider aad W. McEee
are autnortscd to receipt mr me.
W M. t . SMITH, Aunm.
Millersburg, Oct. 1, "56. novl3:J2tf
DEALER lit FOREIGN AND DOhfESTIO
GROCERIES. ETC., ETC.
tW Produce takes ia ezohaage for Goods.
PERSONS who have beea accommodated by
the rajbsoriher with credit, are expected to
call aad settle their aeeouars immediately.
J. H. VAN BKOt'KUH.
Millernbiirf. Nov. 37th, 1P5. '
Owe of the Tklrteeatk YoIsjm.
New Monthly LXagazine,
THE MASSACRE OF ST. BABTHOLOJlEW.
By John S. C. Abbott.
Illattrmtett tr Xkm Eatravlac.
UP ASD DOWN AMONG THS ANDES.
Illautraled fty 13 Enfrariwar.
SOMETHING ABOUT THE HOtr8I. By
T. B. Thorpe.
Illastratesl y la Eafrariara.
MOTHER AND CHILD ARE WELL.
PASSAGES OF EASTERN TRAVEL. By
Ultraiel by XIae EatrraTlag.
MARY BURNIE OF THE MILL.
THE GREAT EPIDEMIC-YELLOW FEVEB
HOW WOMEN LOVE.
RUN FOR THK DOCTOR, JOE 1 ' ' .
A LION HUNTER IN NEW TORE.
SIX YEARS IN A GERMAN PRISOIT. "
LITTLE 1XJRRIT. By Charles Dickens. '
lucsraanon. The Tnrvelera. The Family
Digaity in affronted.
Chapter XXXVII. Fellow Travelers. -
' Chapter XXXVIII.- Mrs. GeaeraL
Chapter XXXIX Oa the Road.
' Chapter XL. A Letter from Little Dorrft.
MONTHLY RECORD CURRENT EVENTS.
BOOKS Or THE HOSTS.
EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR.
Illustrated by Four Engravings,
PORTRAITS OF ADVEBTISFRS.
iLLCrrrsxTHWB. N evcuse fur Baldness. To
Architects, Stoat Boy waata a situation.
Salesman wan tad. Port-Monnaie hands want
ed. Agents wanted. Gentleman wants a house.
Musical Lady wanted, Five to Ten dollars a
day. Confidential clerk wanted. A lovely
young widow, Young gentlemya waata a wife.
FASHIONS FOR NOVEMBER.
jixL'cnuTHKta. Dinner and Visiting Toilets.
Velvet Bonnet. Silk Bonnet.
SL-cacniaxas to Hattria's Mxoxxtxe, whose
subscriptions expire with the November umber,
are respectfully requested to renew them with
TERM1 The Magasuw aaay b oMainadaf BookasOrr.
Periodical Agents, or from the PabMshers at Tfatc Dor
ian a Timr, or Tweatv-FiT Cants a Namnsr. Tho Saaxt
Annaal Yoramsa, as completed, asatly konod ia Cloth
am sold at Two Dollars aeh, sad aaslin Covers an far
aiahod to tnoso who wish to ban their sack naaraera.
anilormly boand, at Twenty-Fire Cants each. Tbhtoes,
Volanxes an sow readj, bound in Cloth, aad also ia
Tbe PnMlxhers win anpolj ansriaiss nararan cratat
toaslr to Agents and Postmasters, and will max libera
arrangements with them tor circulating; the Ifaaaxinay
They will also supply Clubs ot two persons at rise Dot
bus a veac, in persons at Tea Dollars, or Steven persona
at Twenty Dollars, The eoonmencesMOt of a vttlaaM af
fords a ravoraMe occasion for tho opening sf bow sub
scriptions. Tbe December number will commence a new
Clrrgvmea and Teachers supplied at Two Dollan i
sr. Numbers from tbe commaaoament can new a
supplied. Also, the bound Volun
The atxpxzine weighs over seven and. not over eight
ounces. Tbe Postage ou each number, which antst be
paid quarterly in advance at the omce whet the Magsr
stne is received, Is Three Cents.
Each number of the Magazine will contain 14 octavo
pages, la doable columns, each year, thna eomarisinc
nearly two thousand sages of the shoiesst Miorrilanaooa
Literature of the day. Every a amber will contain nu
merous Pictorial Tlluxtrations, accurate Plasm of the
Fashions, a copious Chronicle of Currant Erects, aad im
partial Notices of the Books of ths Month.
The Volumes ceusmeno with the numbers tor Jews
and BacsMssag bat subscriptions may tomntenre with
L BIDDrD X. tlDATUVDS
iiov. a, 180 ntr.
Important to Everybody.
FOR the last three yean I have beea engaged
in a business known only to myself, and,,
comparatively, few others, whom 1 have instruct
ed rar the sum of $200 each, which has averaged
rue at the rate of $3,000 to $5,000 peraannni ;
aad having made arrangements to go to Europe
next Spring, to engage ia the same business, I
am willing to give full instructions ia the art to
any person ia the United States or Panadas,
who will remit me the sum of $1. I am in.
duced from the success I have been favored
with, and the many thankful aeknowledgmenta
I have received from those whom I have in
structed, and who are making from $a to $15
ran dat at it, to give aay person aa opportunity
to engage in this business, which is easy, pleas
ant, ana very promaoie, at a small cost. There
is positively so humbug in tne matter.- itefer
ences of the best class can be given as regards
its character, and I can refer to persona whoa
I hare instructed, who will testify that they are
making from $5 to $15 per day at the same.
It is a business ia which either ladi- or gentle
men can engage, and with perfect ease make a
very handsome income. Several Iodic ia vari
ous parts of New York State, Pennsylvania,
aad Maryland, whom I have instructed, are
bow making from $3 to $6 per day at it. It ia
a oxaiBAL auarrrEss, aad oat a fear shillings is
required to start it. Upon receipt of $1, 1 will
immediately scad to the applicant a printed
circular containing full instructiona ia the art,
which can be perfectly understood at once.
All letters must be addressed to
A. T. PARSONS.
335 Broadway, New York.
Noy. 27, 1856 14tf.
-L The subscriber will :
offer at public sale, at
ius residence, about two
miles East of Millers- !
burg, oa the road lead.
tag to Berlin,
On. Thursday , December 180, 1856V
The following described property, to wit: Two
Horses, 2 Milch Cows, 9 head of Hogs; 3 Wag.
oss, and other Farming Utensils; Hay by the
ton, Cora Fodder by the shock; Honsehold aad
Kitchen Furniture, dVc, Ac.
Terms made knows oa day of sals. Sale to
commence at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Dry Goods at Auction!!
THE undersigned, of Benton. Holmes county,
Ohio, have determined to sell off oar en lire
stock of dry goods at public sale, commencing
O Friday, December 190, 1856,
Aad to continue from day to day until all ia
sold. Onr stock consists of such goods aa are
generally kept ia a country store. Fersoaa
wishing to purchase goods cheap wilt do well
to attend. A credit will be given.
H. BUREHOLDES A CO.
Bentoa, Dec. 3, 1S56.
P. S. All persons knowing themselves in
debted to tbe above firm, are iwectfully re-
guested to settle the sanie imniediaielj, either
y cash or note, as we must have money.
j . tt. au persons Knowing wemaeives in
debted to the late firm of Diwers at Burkbolder.
will pay the same immediately, or their ac
counts will be left with the proper officer for
collection, without further notice.
BAKER fx WHOLF,
Fonrardio? and Coatalssia
AB OKALKBS t
SALT. FISH, PLASTER, WHITE
AND WATER LIME.
' rune has kxs or
FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS,
CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED,
Butter, Eggs, Lard, Tallow, and
kinds of Pried Fruits.
WAREHOUSE. MILLERSBURG, O.
Sept. 18. 1856 ttf.
DR. T. a V. DOLING.
Physician & Surgeon,
rIANETUL for past favors, reapectrolly
tenders his piofessioaal services to the pab
OrBee ia the room fbrraerly ooc pied by
October 30. 1856 40tf
Preserve your Teeth! 4
J. E. ATKINSON,
CAN still be found ia Millexuburg srejaxred
u per miry eperutirsa ia hie line of
rajBsess. ( Aa. aij 1856::rf.