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Items of News.
on Thursday, resulted in tbe suocess of the
-iVhiff. and American ticket- ,
- -irL A - . .med Jesse Fairbanks,
SediClaaned the nJ manufactured
. pair of boote from it, which he wore the
,i.A last Utah Agricultural Fair,
t u- Younsr took the first prize of
s for the best stud horse, and for the
" There was a large seal captured in the
Hudson River, near West point, a few
jys isra. It measured four feet in length.
It was shot by Mr. Ward, who sent the
kin to Jfewburg for.exliibition.
The attempt to make paper out of bass
wood has not proved sufficiently successful
to warrant iU manufacture.
The Washington correspondent of the
Exeter (X. H.) Kewt Letter says that
Gen. Pierce has saved one half Jus, ..Presi
dential salary, . . "jf - '.
The Lodon Medical Times notices a
case of poisonipz at Tullv, Ireland, from
Laving eaten salt MackeiaL A father
mother, and three daughters were the vic
tims. The verdict of the (JoroDers jury
was, "Died by the visitation of God, after
eating some horse mackerel, which was not
. properly curea. . . , -, j ,a
A Washinztoo letter writer savs that J.
C. Breckinridge, Vice President, has made
$100,000 land speculation in Wisconsin.'
-' There is said to be two hundred appli
cants for every Territorial appointment in
the gift of the Administration.
- The land - speculators - have - invaded
Southern Illinois, and are buying up all
they can g? t hold of. - .
i It is thought that the late cold weather
has caused some injury to the growing cot
ton and sugar crops in Louisiana.
f President Buchanan has lost another rel
ative in the decease of Miss Lane, a niece.
She died at Lexington Ky.
The measles fave raged and still contin
ue to rage to such an extent among the
volunteers f Florida, as to make them in
competent to perfoun good military duty.
5 The jury in, the Xalloch adultery trial
lately tried a Cambridge, Mass, not being
able to agree as to a verdict were discharg
ed yesterday. They stood, eight, for ac
quittal, and four for conviction.
- The dwelling house of Mr. Grimshnw,
near Cape Vincent, N.- Y., was destroyed
ty fire early on Saturday morning, and
Mr. Grimshaw, wife, and six children per
ished in the flames.
: Scarcely one person in fifty is sensible
t the point of death the patient ve:y
rarely seeming conscious; and the pain is
pronouneed by observing physicians to be
fviUeutly ery meonsiderable.- Thai's
great talk. : Bnt what pain is there in go
ing to sleep!"
Eveline Elmore, a Leautiful Janseuse in
a New Orleans Theater, was returning to
her residence late Thursday evening, when
she was seized by three ruffians' who car
ried her into a dark alley way, gagged and
piuioned her; and there successfully viola
ted her person. . ' -
. - The Louisville Democrat savs that J. B.
Stewart, Esq;, a lawyer in that city, has
received 190,000 for his services in secu
ring the Reedside claim for the govern-
men a. The suit was compromised by gov
ernment-paying 1180,000, of which Mr.
Stewart gets one half. "
A watchman in Boston, tho other raorr
ing, early, saw a woman In; the streets
traveling rapidly, but perfectly nul. She
said she was going, to Hell,, and -devils
were after her. She was laboring under
delirium, tremens, and the watchman, tl.ro -
Ssg his oereoat over her, and putting his
rabbets on her feet, took her nearly perish
ed, to the station house.
The Boston Medical World states that
there are not far from twenty female phy
sicians in that city, several of whom are in
Judge Goodenow, the oldest member of
the Supreme Bench of Maine, has given
an opinion in answer to the State Senate,
.that colored poisons ore still voters in
Maine, in spite of the Dred Scott decision
of the U. S. judges. :.
1 Wallace Ferguson of Albany, challenges
-any man to walk with him from Albany to
.Whitesboro. on the road over which the
'Taylor and Dal ton horses trotted, for from
$100 to $500 a side.
A statue of Enone, the work of Miss
Hosmer, of Watertown, now in" Home has,
been presented to the Mercantile Library of
St. Louis by Mr. Wagner Crow.
M. de la Roquet, the eminent geographer
and late Vice President of the Geograpyi
cal Society of Paris, has contributed 1,000
francs to Lady Franklin's private expedi
tion, about to be fitted out..
There is a long, sharp steamer of a
thousand tons burden" and two hundred
feet in length, preparing in New 'York for
the Chinese watersto 'assist in "towing
junks. . She is to be armed, and it it calcu
lated will outsail anything in those seas.
. Novel Enterprise. A correspoudenl
of the Cliarleston JTews, writing from
Washington, states that a project is on
feet to start a "Southern State Rights Pro
Salvery Journal at London." Mr. Slocbm,
of Mississippi, has initiated this singular
enterprise. The editor to be is Professor
Alexander Dimitry, at present the trans
lator in tLe State Department, a native of
Louisiana, a man of rare accomplishments
And an unsurpassed 'insist. It is to tc
delivered free of all other expense to the
American subscriber at $10 per annum,
and is to be published wcelkly.
S3T Memphis is decidedly a place in
its way. A few days since a ease was
pending in the Common Law Court of
that city, in which a Mr. and Mrs. Helb
iog had sued Philip R. Bohlen, for breach
of marriage contract, in failing to marry
Mrs. Helbing when she was Miss Agnes
Handworker, and the jury has given the in
jured parties f 1,250 damages! The idea
of Helbing sueing Bohlen because he did
not marry his wife, is certainly tho richest
thing of this fast ago.
XWULrs. John Chase, of Kensington,
IT. H., was leading a horse into the stablo,
when the door swung to, leaving the animal
on the outside, and she within, the halter
tied round her thumb in such a way that
when the horse started, her thumb was
torn fropj her hand, and the cords were
drawn from her arm to her elbow.
The young lady who swooned on
hearing it announced that a uaked fao
would be disclosed, came too on "receiving
positive assurance that it would be clothed
D becoming language,' '.'.' , '
Important Immigration Movement—
Another French Settlement
We leam that an important immigration
movement is now taking- place, destined to
exercise a considerable influence on the in
terests of Central Illinois. - Some French
jrentlemen from Louisiana, largely engaged
in sugar planting in that State, being desi
rous of benefitting the French residents of
Lower Canada, have organized an exten
sive colony from fcTrbis Rivieres'" and that
vicinity, to immigrate upon and cultivate
lands in central Illinois. -
The neighborhood of Tacusa, on the Illi
nois Central Railroad has been selected as
the spot, offering the greatest inducements,
and over 15,000 acres of land have been
alrdy purshased from the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad Company, together with some
5,000 and upwards from individual land
holders in the vicinity,
About one hundred families ar now on
their wav from Canada to occupy this
"promised land," and we cannot but look
with jp-eat satisfaction upon the pobable re
sults: of the labors of so large a.body of Jin's
industrious class of settlers on the material
interests aud advancement of that
tion of our State. The first division of this
immigration is expected to reach Chicago
to-day. It is thought that upwards of two
hundred families will be embraced in this
settlement within the cominir vearir r t
- We also learn- that some prominent .citi
zens of Man-land, together with many-of
tho planters of Louisiana, will shortly join
their influence and exertions to add to the
prosperity of the colon v.
Arrangements are now being perfected to
erect at Tacusa a large and commodious
hotel, several stores, a steam mill, large
warehouses for the storage of - wheat and
corn, a beef and pork packing house, to
gether with numerous residences. Teams
and agricultural implements are being for
warded as- rapidly as possible, and proba
bly upwards of 5,000 acres will be placed
under cultivation this present season.
An entirely new tea (n re in the course of
trade will also be developed by this move
ment, it being intended to make Tacusa a
central depot for tho deposits and distribu
tion of tho staples of Louisiana: and for
this purpose warehouses are being erected
for the storage of rice, sugar, molasses, fef.,
which will le shipped up via. the Missis
sippi, Lairo and the Illinois Central Rail
road, thus affording to the residents of Cen
tral' Illinois a regular supply of these pro
ducts at lower rates than ha heretofore
ruled, since they will be received directly
from the South, without the present extra
expenses caused by commission and retail
profits. - . - . -
lo Jb.. Jb.. Jualhion, Lsq., of Louisiana,
the originator and prime mover in this en
terprise, wc wish all the success w hich his
benevolence and energy should command.
Chicago Press. .. ' .
The Quean's Visit to Canada. Mr.
Cameron gave notice in the Canadian Par
liament on Thursday evening, that he
should at an early day renew his motion
of last session, requesting Her Majesty to
visit the Province.
A reward is offered for the detec
tion of any person counterfeiting, imi
tating, cr the vender of any such coun
terfeit, or imitation of Bocriiaves Holland
Bitters. Tlie genuine highly concentra
ted Holland Bitters is put up in half pint
bottles only, having the name of the propri-
ctor, B. Page Jit, Mown in them, aud hissig
nature around the nock of each and even
bottle. " ' ' ' ' : " '."" . . , .
: This delightful aroma, so popular as a
remedy for Fever and Anie, weakness of
all kaid Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Head
ache, Cosliveness and Piles, cau he obtain
ed from any of our respectable Druggists.
HARRIED On the 2nd inst-.bv the Rev.
P. ?.t. Simple, Mr. ALEXANDER Cl-LBKKT-SON
to Miss CATHAR1XE HARROLD, both
of Paint township.
On the same" dav bv the fame, at th Em-
Sire House, in Millersburjr, Dr. J. P. POME
:ESE to -Hiss LACKEITA MAXWELL, both
oi Berlin township.
On the 9th' insf., bv the Rev. J. Helsell,
Hr. JACOB FOX and ifiss ELZIXA DUGAX,
both of Mechanic township.
On the 9th" insf., by the Rev. C. B. Braxde
bcbt, Mr. JAMES NEWELL.ofLucas county,
to Miss ELISABETH RISER, of Wayne co.
Marriage Notices. Commercial Matters.
MILLERSBURG, April 16, 1857.
Flour . . . $5,50$fi00 Cloveraeed $5,00
Buckwheat flour $2.50 Flaxseed ..$1,50
Ryeflour $cwt. $1,75 Timolhyseed $2$2,50
Whect....$l,00115 Green Apples... .$1.00
Com 40 Pried Apples $1,75
Oats'.. 30 Dried Peaches.... $2,00
Rye 55 Smoked Hams..l0Il
Butter 14 Smoked Shoulders... 9
Eggs.:.... 8 Smoked Sides.,....". 8
Lard ..... .-..el.; f t
- -- v
ALLEGHENY, April 14.
Beeves rales on Tuesday and Satur
day of 247 head and 50 on Monday ac
tive market on Thursday at previous rates,
5 J(a;6i, gross, for medium to hold off for
a decline. ........
Sheep an advance, 300 head offered-
sales at 4f, to 6 for good to prime; extra
supply too light for the demand.
Hogs few ottered, 40 or SO at previous
quotations say 66-gross.'
Iho butchers evinced a disposition to
conform to tho new regu'alions about mar
ket days. Tho scarcity of stock offered
induced many to go the country for a
PHILADELPHIA, April 13.
Breadstuffs firmer, but less doing, flour
$4, Corn meal $3,12. Cloverseed now
held at $7 with $7,50 bid. Wheat steady
at $1,431,45 for rod and 1,501,60
for white. Rye declined to 82c. Corn
active at 6366c for ycl. Oats advanced
to 4950c. In groceries and provisions
no change. ' Whiskey sells slowly at 27
28c. in bbls. and 25 in hhds.
New York Market.
NEW YORK April 13.
Cotton firm, sales 2000 hales. Flour
steady; sales 12,500 bbls prices unchang
ed. Wheat quiet; sals 10,000 bushels.
Mess Pork declined S( salos at 22,60
22,75 per bbl. Bac buoyant at 11
holders demand an aovaiice. Hams 11c.
Shoulders . Butter 1920c. Whis
key steady. Sugar has advanced . Oils
inactive. Lead quiet, ' Freights ' 99 ;
Michigan Soutuorn 71; N. Y. Central
88 ; Reading 79f : Galena and Chicago
101; Cleveland and 'i'olodo 92$. -
ly informs the ladies cf i-'il-Wsbuiv.
aud Huluita Countv.
that she has resumed the Mil
linery business in all its vari-
'oub branches. She will al
waT8 be nrcuared to do work
entrusted to ber, according to t he latest fasliiuns,
and hopes to be able to give sslis&ction to those
who may patronize her. .
. Residence on Washington Street, a few doors
suulh of the "corner. April 16, 1S57 wl4f.
It must be Preserved !
TT0 that end the subscribers have form
I themselves into a copartnership fur the
purpose ot carrying cn ine
Cabinet and Cliair Making Business !
In all its various branches, at the well-known
stand East of the Public Square, fcrmeilv oc
cupied by James Karra; where they are now
manufacturing and Keep on nana a gooa supply
of furniture of all kinds. Among our sttik may
be found Sofas, Te-a-Tis, Lovsges, Si cteta
kies, Book-Cases, Waeubobfs, Bibeau. Cir-
BOA2DS, Tables, Stasds and . Bedsteads, of all
6tyles and prices; also,
CUSHIONED, CJrSE-SEATED, WI"1 !SOR
And other Chairs latest styles, and en tap.
Remember, friends, that we warrant a 1 otr
work to give good satisfaction.
We aim keep a HEARSE, and we pre
pared to furnish Coffins on the shortest notice
to all parts of the county.
Thankful for past fevors, we respectfully so
licit the continuance of vour patronage.
fARItA fc YOO'G.
Sept. 25, 1856 5tf.
HEBRON &, WEIRICH,
Enjlisli, German & American
Oils, Faints, Glass, Sash,
PINE DOORS, SADLERY,
COACH TRIMMINGS, &c. tc
Hillcrsbtirg, Holmes County, O.,
Jan. 8, 1857 20tf.
'HE HIGHEST FRICE IS CASH fold fui
All kinds of Furs & Sheep Pelts,
If delivered at the store of J. Clierrvliolmes,
R. Y. TIDBALL.
Feb. 26, 1857
THE SUMMER TERM
-T7-UX COMMENCE OX FRIDAY,. AnriU-Ith, in the
new, lirht And conmioiias bnilcjng, botitrht ex
pn'SIy for the SchooL The totrn is riioml and iiittliT,
and good tKiardia? can fce obfciintd n Terr reasonable
tomi; nd rootuti can be obtained suitable fur clubbing,
wheie students, male or female, mouiU pn fir tbis plan.
Coutiori!ioD and elocution will rect-ire s,x'-in! attontica.
Adnitionsaro btin made to tbo philosophical and chem
ical appar&tutvwd tbi'seititen-fitinjrci-.'nct'PcnD bcFtudit-d
in connection with all the illustrating experiments. The
pmprietnnt arc d( tonuiiicd t lint the School shall not only
KUHtain its present fiTorable reputation, but that no ex
pend oreflbitviU be spared to meet every rationul ex
pectation. Teachers, Fer.S. MeC. AN'PEIISOX, Professor of Iai
guaee, Morsl Science, Rhetoric &c.
B.'S. SillTFI, Esq Professor of Natural Science and
ETuition will be as low as in any similar gchooK
Tbey imitc all young persons Lihing to improve tbeir
minds, or preparing to teacb, to (five them a rail any
additional inquiry aiav be made personally, or by let'.erto
the teachere, Frcderickstinrgh Wayne Co Ohio.
HAVE YOU ONE OF.THE
r" NOT GET OSB IMMEDIATELY. . Fcr
Sale at tbc Book Store, Millersbnrg.
THE BOARD OF HXAMIXEUS of Holmes
county, Ohio, will hold a meeting ia the
town of iMilliTsburjr, on
March ith. ami April 4th and 18th. 1857
For the examination of Teachers, under the
"Act to provide for the re-orgaaization, super
vision and mainiennnce of common schools,"
passed March 14, 1S53.
. By order of the Board, " -"''-
i: ' WJI. HEED, Clerk.
Feb. 19.1857 26w9. - '
Estate of Lucinda McKee. '
NOTICE is hereby (riven tliat the undersign
ed --as. on the 11th day of March. A. D.
1857, appointed and qualified as adininistralor
on the estate of Lucinda AIcKcc, late ot Holmes
countv, Ohio, deceased.
- - CHARLES E. Mc-KEE.
; April 2d, 1857 w4
PERSOXS who have been accoramodatad by
the subscriber 'with credit, are expected .to
call and settle their accounts immediately.
J. H. VAN BROCKCiy.
Millereburg, Nov. 27th, 185G. tf
PRESERVE YOUR TEETH.
I J3. ATHI.1!U.H, BU--
CEOX DENTIST, can still fl
be found in llilIeTsbun; prepared
to perform every operation in his line of busi
ness. . " , (Aug. 21, 185G ltf.
Garden & Field Seeds
ALA ROE quantity of all kinds just received
and for sale at the Bouk and Variety Store.
Call before it i loo lato to get what ym want.
To the Ladies.
CRINOLINES, or Hoops for Ladie's Dresses,
a now pattern, just received aud fortude
at the Book more.
Blank Notes of Haiid.
NEATLY 1'lUNTKD, on fino white pnjwr.
for sale by th dozen or 100 at this cilice.
MUSIC! IN FRONT, BEHIND, AND ALL
through the house. Violins, Accordcans,
Flutes, Fife's, ko. Lots on 'eru.at COOK'S
EXACTLY SO, EXCLAIM ED MKS.FIilZ
zlehani, when Mrs. Sweetum. Bhowed her
the tine lot of Jewelry, bought at Cook's.
ILLOW WARE OF ALL KINDS, EX.
cept six, and them too, at COOK S.
DO YOU" WANT LIGHT, GET A LAMP
ofilmoslBTHicriptioB f .COOK'S.
UNIO"! CHAPTER .No. 1. O. XI. S. B-,
ineeis wcrv Fridavv-niug at. their Hall,
Craiglirad's building. Main t Millersbnrg,
Ohio, rl nliiers um ia ere iux Ued to a: tend.
March 5. 1857 vla2S. -
fJb 1 ENERAL TAYLOR
rfgB VT the celebrated thoroueh-
frT i bred MoRui Hoits (by this
f time prettv well known m
this countv, and favorably, too, judging from the
number of friends he has won, and the patron
age he has received,) will be kept this season
in this jla-e, aa usual, at the American Hmise
Stables. These wishing to patronize or examine
the Horse.can do so at any time. ' --
It is conceded by guod judges that he is the
Sett Hnrtr-in the comt y. and second to ntwv ot
the highly celebrated Morgan Horses in the
world. He is six years old; is of a dark brown
color, with a heavy black mane and tail, and
black legs, and handsomely proportioned; is a
first-cL-ts trotter; w over fifteen hands high;
weighs nearly 1200 lbs., and is the best muscled
Horse in the State.
I" Kitting up my placards, I omitted to
state the xt. ihat Uexkbal Tailob tcuk the
first premium of the Holmes County Agricultu
ral Society, at their Fair fcr 1S56. . .
TERMS. To insure - - - - $10.00
"Customers from a distance furnished with
stabling or pasture at moderate rates.
jFor further particulars applv, cither by
letter or in person, to
J. K. BUTLER.
April 2d, 1857 32.
NEW FAMILY GROCERY
I WOULD respectfully inform my friends and
the public generally that I hare opened a
Family Grocery and Provision Store, in the
room ft:nn-rly occupied by Caskey v ingles, as
a Poole Store, corner of Jaekson and Washing
ton streets, where I will constantly keep lor
sale & iwokc slock of Groceries aud Provisions,
such as; : .: v
COFFEE. SVG An.
. TOEALVO. -
FRUITS, f . FLOUR, -
'"-.. 4x,&c ly i tv.,dv.
In fact every article usually kept ia a good
Family Grocery Establishment.
I Lope tliat by strict attention to business,
and a good stock cf goods, to merit a fair share
of public patronage. : "
POWDER, SHOT and LEAD,
Kept constantly on hand.
FRODUCE, of all kinds, taken in ex
change for goods, and thankfully received. i
April 2d, leo'.tf. . - .
G1HANGE and decay are written upon all
things. The smiling infant, which to-day
may nestle so fondly in a mother's arms, and
gladden all the household by its merry prattle
and innocent pranks, may, ere to-morrow's sun
gilds the Eastern horizon, be wrapped in the
cold embrace of death. A father or mother, sis
ter or brother may suddenly be called away
from Earth, and surviving friends deeply mourn
their loss. Yet, if we would take time by the
forelock, and secure their shadows ere their
substances fade, we would- have a sweet memo
rial left when Death hatPclaimed them as his
own: Speed ! then, delay not, and -'
Taken by a master artist, in an artistic style,
and one which will stand through centuries lo
Remember the place CHRISTMAS' EX
CELSIOR AMBROTYPE ROOMS, Main St.,
opposite the Court House, Alillersburg, Ohio.
ilarch 2G, 1657 tf.
"Get oat of the . way, Old Seedy,'
rin bound for Cohn's, this time."
"The First Thing You Know!!"
T) ESPECT FULLY informs his friends, and
XV the public generally, that he has just re
turned from the Kast with
Clothing for the Million!
Which he is
than the same
kind has ever
been sold in
This is no fic
tion, friends .and
for the truth of
it wo ask you tq
come and ex
amine our stock
and prices for
HIS STOCK COXSIKTS IX
Ready Sladc ClotliiM
Of every description, suitable for Fall, Winter
aud Summer. lrcs Coats, of the liuest cloths,
made in almost every conceivable fashion ;
Over Coats, Vests, Pantaloous, Sliirts, ruder
shirts, Drawers, Shirt Collars, Cratats. fcc, te.
Such as Cloths, Cassinieres, t'onincU, VcMtings.
fcc, Ac., kept on hand in endless quantity and
quality, and sold cheap.
Clothing made U order on tho shortest
Sept, 11, 1H56. . . 3tf.
- Sale of Real Estate.
TJ OKUEtt OF- COURT, on the ISth
f April, 1857. at 10o'elm.k A.
XI.. on thu
pn-mises, will he sold to the bigheat liidder, the
following Real Kslnte, as the property of Caswi
us M, C. A Ma J. McUowell. i wit: Julof num
ber 161, in tho town of Millcraluirg. Holin-.n
county, Ohio, Appraised at $.'10t). Terms of
VT. C. M DOW ELL, Guardian
- of C. M. C. .t Id J. 3I'IowEtL.
JfarculS, 1P57. n30wl.
REJOICING OF THE PEOPXE!
THE TIME HiS COlin," WHEN
CAN B E
DR. J. K. RAIFF & RHOTIIF.R, !ivin purrbsncd the
Dmir Store f H. G. Saundirs mm! rceil
new and Urge stflckfroni tlie Eastern cilM, ir thr ( ur
pom of reiiiu-ing tl pri-e f IHtl'liS and MEDICINKS,
re now pr.-pan-d to wit I'tlEAPEK, mud better article!
than hare ever been gold in thu county. They keep con
tantlv on band all kind of
AXD LIQUORS. FOR MEDI
CAL PURPOSES. PA 13. IS, RRUSIIES.
OIUS. VARXISHES. DYE STCFtS. J:tC.
PERFUMERY, TOILET FAXCYSOAP
HAIR OILS, FIXE HAIR AXD
TOOTH 1 RUSHES. FLA
CH1EFS, Dr. T1LDEXS CELEBRATED EXTRACTS,
"Patent Medicinei kt-pt constantly on band, alao
the ttalm of aTboiuand Flower?.
Tksy are determined to kerp up their stock and will
duty rtmpetitiun. x
JPUvtiioiDs and Country dealer will find it to their
intormtto'buyol them, as thij can get
Cheaper aud Better Articles
than can he had at am- other eatabliolinicnt this tide of
Cp"PhTMcian' prescriptions earefullr prepared at all
bourn daV or night J. K. KAIFF,
T. B. HA IFF. .
Empire Block, Mitten, ure, March 12,1857.
HOLLAND K I TIERS
T1IK CELEBRATED HOLLAND KEMEPT FOR
DISEASE OP THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND,
FEVER AND AGUE.
And the various affections consequent upon a disordered
STOMACH OR LIVER,
Snrh an Indi'-etttion. Aciditr nf th titomaeli, CoIi.kr
Faints llfartbtirn, Lossof A:peule, UeKii'lrJcr, Crstivi
neff. Hlinil and Bloetiiu 1'ilvtL In all Nen'ous Klifu-
maiicand euraltric AITveiiouf, it lias in numerous in
stances proved highly beDclicicl, aud in others cSected a
Tbis i a pnrulv vecretable compoumL prepared on
stri; tly !u-intiiic priocinlei. alter the manner of the cele
brated Holland Frotehsor, Hoerhave. Because of it
prent ruiccestt in nio-it of the European Status, its intrv
dnrtion into thu UoiU d States was intended wore epe
ciaMy for tho of our tatlierhtnrf scatierod here and there
over the face of thin niiurhty country. Airetiojr with frreat
nuceess an.on UiemT 1 now otter it to tne Amuncon i
lic, knowing that its truly wonderful medicinal viituvn
must he acknowledged.
it i Tarliulari recommended to thojie perronn whone
constitutions ronv have been lupairea tv rnc eontimiouis
rue of artM'iit spirit., or other funns 01 niKMpatian. (.on
erally intnntaneou in effect, it finds its way directly to
the mat of life, thrilling and rmickemnir ererr nerve, rais
ing up tne drooping spirit, auu, in. lact, innuing new
nealUi and vigor in Uie Mysiem.
The great popularity of this delightful Aroma has in
duced manv imitation, which tho publie should rnard
icaiust parchaMing. lie not persuaded to buy anything
else until you have given lioorhave s rioiiana enters
iair inn. imic win ciu iiigc j uia uwn iuuurii
superior it u to all ttiesc irniiatious.
- T Sold at SI pcr bottle, or six botllets for $5, by the
BENJAMIN PACE, JR. & CO.
, aiAxrACTLKiKa .- . .
Pbarmaccntlsta and Chemist,
T. V. Dyott t Son PLiladelpliia: Barnes t Pari, NVw
York; John D. Park, CincinuMi: Barnard, Adams at Ca
St. Louui; and by Druggist and Merrbanta ejenerall.r
throughout the Unitvd Statva and CauaUaa. Alo by li.
YEr.l.I.V, llilloraburf", (rln2T
TO SELL BV flt'BiiKiIUPTlOX
A 13 RID O M EN T
Debates in Congress.
x o 1 8 s e i
Hon. Thomas H. Benton,
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erniiieut, Education, etc., of every Country ar d State ou
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Fob. 5, 1857 2tC
T VOX'S KATIIAmONr-Tho imroaii iw.
I J Iritv of thta uuniuall'-d Toiht aitirla frontm-ly
irithoat"prOT-.t.'nt. It- wl I' n. arlr 1,000 000 b..ttto
wryoar, and thp demand la constantly incroaalnR. it n
1nrm t'.if llalrwhen It haafiili ut;prnvneandlan-tiBi-a
it, itnuartini! to it a beautiful glnn; niuntH .laiHl
ruUand U er.n thu Hair M'rtctlj- cliaji; while its deli-.-lit-tn
perfHmi" r-nde it tlt idcaaljWst article ovit made.
nld everywhere li- alt r-itertalile d'-alt-ra, and ia 3!illt-re.
bum " """K' ASU FA-,it;Y STOKE.
OXT PA vT PRICE ANDAHALfToR
nlluutor Cased Silver watch, when you can
get one that i warranted, for less, at COOK'S.
110R A GOOD WATCH OF AI.MnST KV
. ery defwription fc price, go to COOK'S.
Improved Diamond Cement, .
17 OR mending broken Glassware, and every
description of fenry articles; an exaellent
article. For sale at the BOOK STORE.
rp HAT -CLOCK Ok' VOL'R NE1GUHORS
X that you admire so mui-h, he picked from
a large lot at COOK'S.
r IN MIX DTHAT THE PLACE
the Genuine Morton's Gold Pens
OF ALL KINDS,
J AT THIS OFFICE. V
that are wrrrantsd, is at COOK'rJ.
,. ,....-r.r:r J - -
52. 5 a CO LF 223 2 S2f C : . ,
OF THAT -- -. . ' " ' . '
"DISAGREEABLY DARK AND KC0NTEMEXTLY SMALL" STORE-ROOM,
Keeeiitl vacated by one J. e. elarV, nd famillarl' known MM
UiVIXG visited the Eestern Cities and purchased a stock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS Al SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, &c,&c.
And ia fact all the variety of goods usually kept ia our stores, vhiuh
We offer them for sale at a small advance oa the 'original cost. - -
OUR OLD CUSTOMERS,
And the public generally, are respectfully invited to give ns a callexamine our goods, leara our
prices, aud make Oheir purchases of us, if they conceive it tcTbe to their interest to do so.
All kinds of marketable Produce taken
Milleraburg, April 16, 1&57 34tf.
The Car hare arrived, and the croud of Cuttomertfrom the North are earning' 'up to
First 23. -tlio JML&Ljrls.etl
Has just received, and Is now opening at his
A LARGE AXD CHEAP STOCK OF '.
Which he intends to sell to the people oi Little Holmes, at -
HIS STOCK is large and complete, and bought mostly from jtfanuiacturers and Importer
by the ease and package, which gives- him the advantage of being able to sell his goods
Tery low. lie has on hands the following goods at the following prices:
500 Pieces Prints at from 6 to 12 cents per yard:
500 a Lawns and Fancy Dress Goods at from 61 to 25 cents.
300 " Cloths, Satinets and Cassiraeres, at very low prkes. "
500 Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, cotton and linen Summer Ware, cheaper than
ever before sold.
10 Bales bleaclied and brown Muslins at 6 J to 12j cents.
300 English Straw, Gimp, and Silk Bonnets, from 25 cents to $5.
300 pieces Ribbons, from 6j to 50 cents.
A very l.-.rge lot of Hosiery, Gloves, and Notions of all kinds and qualties. Hats and Caps,
Girls auJ Misses Hals and Flius, of late styles aad very low prices. , . '
30 CASES BOOTS AND SHOES.
A good quality of women's shoes for $1: men's boots from $2 50 to $5 00. '
A very l.ir-c lot of White Goods, Fancr Robes in patterns, Dotted, Swiss, plain and barred
Jacconete, Mulls ic, te., Laeox. Swiss Twisting and Edging. ,
HO Dozen Linen Pocket Handkerchiefe at from lii to 25 cents. ' .
White Cotton Hose from 6I4 to 25 cents. Cotton Gloves for 6 cents.
A Large Lot of Groceries Best Rio Coffee at 12 1-2 Cents.
Sole Leather, Iron, Xails, Glass. Sash, Pine Doors, Oils, Paints, Hardware of all kinds. Chain
Pump Fixtures, aud every thing that the trading community may want, which will be sold at aa
LOW PRICES as can be had at any other Kelail Store in Ohio.
Call immediately and get what you want at your own price.
The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Taid for all kinds of Produce, such as Butter, ggs, Bacon, Lard. Grain, Ac., ic.
Milleraburg, April 2, 1857 3iitf . JACOB CHEKRYHOLMES.
1857. SPRING & SUMMER TRADE.-18-57.
THAT AEE STEW, TO MISTAKE !
LATER THAN THE FIRST IN THE MARKET!'!
O 33C 3S3 a. I 3E3 H- TTTA
CHEAPEST EVER OFFERED !"
TS still on the track, but switches off at the
thu itieniMe of huxincM and the throngr
nientlv small, and is now occupying the large and commodious building on the Brumbaugh Cor
ner, in the town of Millcrsburgh. with the largest and most splendid stock of
mme Am shmeb bqqbs
Which has ever leca looked upon by Jew and
His Stock is Fresh from the Eastern Cities,
And he is determined and knows that he can afford to sell better goods at lower figures than
those merchants who replenish their stock bv purchasing old Stores, aud have to seud their
tiMe in briiHuiug off the cob-webs, so that customers can tell what they are.
THE MEJNT ATJT. BOYS
We have Cloth.i.Ca'wimeres. Satinets. Summer Cottonades, Linens. Testings. Hats, Caps, Pal to
ami I'snama. Hixts, Shoes, Oaiters, Groceries, and y.ucensware.in short anything and everything
merchaut in this place has ever seen or
Coffee of the Finest Flavor, Clear of Stones and Dirt, at 121-2cts.perPonnd.
Rice, Sugar, Tobacco, tic. Aa.. cheaner than the theaoest. As we have a lam room and weI
ugiueo, too, i e can exniDitin tne broaa giarc ot day
The latest styles of goods, piirchnsetl for them expressly, from the first class houses in the eastern
cities, warranted never to have been culled over ia a retail store before our purchase: among
which are Fancy Silks, Challis DcLnins, Lawns, Horace. Tisues.SiIk Capes of all kinds and o
scriptions, Kinbniideries. Oinghams, Bonnets, (limp. Straw and Silk, of the finest quality and
most modern and approved styles, at almost any price yon can name'.
BONNET RIBBOXS OF ALL KINDS AND PRICES, HOSIERIES,
Gloves. Linen Handkerchiefs. Collars and Press Trimmings of the finest styles and most splendid
qualities; Prints by the cord, at prices from b'.t4' to 1L. cents per vard, of the finest figures and
best styles of the season; Brown and Bleached muslins from tj- to It) cents per yard, of aqoaht
superior for such prices within the memory of man.
We Wnnt all Kinds of Produce,
Such as Butter, Eggs, Bacon, Lard, Grain, tr., for which the highest nutfket price will be
paid in cash or goods. I also want
5 0,000 POUNDS OTP "WOOL,
For which the highest market prioe will be paid in Cash.
Ladies, Gentlemen. Boys. Girls and "the rest of mankind." will please to giv usa H ami
for themselves if we lmven't got more pwls. better qiuuiiy, ana cneaper. ioo, man you ecr
exwctetl to see in this latitude We are p nerallv crowded but you can edge your way in.
wlieretlie Uasliuir spumtoroi our
... . . - .1, u
haipy to sell or show our stock, and wbca
Boods or prices. ...
Miller-Wg, April MS5T-SJtf.
at current rates.
J. E. KOCH.
B M I
next station east of his old depot, which, owing to
of customers, was disagreeably dark and iacaave-
Gentile, male or female, in this neck of woods.'
heard of; and all purchased in the eastern cities.
.-iiI.Ia an. I vhi-r, nL-Mtmnuulahnif li,ba wi I ha
-- .- r
away dissatisfied with ths
JOH B, CLARK.