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Effect of the Census of 1860.
Th New Tork Timet an -oraU and csadid jiHrwiDg of tha effect of tha census of UJs aTon the represonU tioji of the aerefBl. States in Congress. It figure that file Stales' which will lose representatives are: Alabama, 1 ; Connect ed 1 ; Georgia, 1 ; Kentucky, 3 ; Massa cbnetta, Viorth OafolinaM New York, 2;OUoLrfSMlnfia;zrilkode Island, " li&wwwaMima, I; .Tennessee, 1; Vir ginia, 9f Temont-iy Sl States which willaiareprnUUres'arft; JJHnois, 5; In- i; lexas, 3; JVjsrnsinf' 2. The.otner States: will iaodibejr are.- The Tines anrn$ iir) the remarkable facts as follows: - lI-AJl Ue id aad -Urge Slates of die iXbion,' without exception, lose ground j relative!, nod roost of them positive) . X". 2. Tie South loses ground largely ; the ; new State of Texas, having Jive fold the ' temlory of the old States, and lying west of the Miasiasippijis the only one that gains. 3. The only pact of tha Uaion which jKiulj" gain i the - Northwest Uiss "' oiih being properly included in thai. ' 4. The Northwest positivelv gains 15 representaiives tmd Senators in MinneSO ;, 5. The Slave States lose II representa i tr and gaia 4, being a positive lees of 1. The-free States' euro 14 and lose 10, being a positive gain of 4, with 4 Senators in Minnesota and ..Oregon. ., The admiss ion of Kansas and Nebraska,, which- will speedily bappe will add- 2 representatives - od 4 Senators to the) Jen Bide. ' - Mormon Conference in Illinois. The Mormons do not alf reside ia Utah They are scattered op and down the eaiiV ; though the main body of the Latter Day saints are gathered at Salt lobe (Jily. 1 A oew organization has been entered npon ' outside of Brigham Young's rule, aad the Animal Conference of Mormons under the name of the. "New Organization of the Church of Jesus Christ, of the .Latter Day Saints," was held at Amboy, 111., on the 6th. t Zenas H. Grnndy presided, and there was a lull attendance of High rrie&ls and Officials. " Part of the family of the mur dered Trophet,. Joseph Smith, were in at- tendance, and one of his sons was induced iato the office as President of the High j-nesu. ...... . -v- A movement is on foot to supersede Bringham x oung, and much bitteraess was . manifested towards Young and bis party ra Utah. Polygamy was criticised and de . souaced, end its practitioners put under anathema: It is expected that young Jo. Smith will assume the Presidency - and Sheership, which will supersede the neces - ertj of a conference to depose Brigham, as the Presidency of Smith is acknowledged,. even in Utah, it is said. The people of Utah. are to b preached to, in order lo convince them that they have "given heed to seducing spirits aad doctrinesf devils." , .. The U, S- Government od-Army- hav ing failed to comjiwr Brigfeam Young, hs "feels bis oat8nm6re than over.. ,.Te graud army will soon be reduced to a mere squad, and most of 'the "Gentiles' -will also with draw from lie Territory, Utah is with out courts now," except such as the Mor mons citoos&.t bold.. The President hav ing censured the U. S. Judges, .One has re signed and lba .other is in. Washington. The Governor aud Surveyor General - are the only Federal officers is the Territory. All outside efforts to depose him, like that in UIiDoii, tfngham xouug will only laugb at and defy. He reigns in Utah, and will continue to, in spite of powers temporal and spiritual. Leader. The Administration Corruptions George of Philadelphia, editor of The Penntylvanian, was belore Mr. Covode's Committee this morning. He testified to holding a clerkship with $1,200 salary in the Custom House, "but was unable to say what be performed, how much dur ing the year, whether. occupiedan office jn the building, why -.bis name -was not jfcnttred ia the daily .register, like those ... of other clerks, or how it came to be omitted from Blue Book. He admitted being con nected with the President by marriage. George" PI itt is detained in Philadelphia by indisposition iu bis family, but will an swer tb summons on Monday or Tuesday. .Mr. Purser of New York -appeared to prove that be offered to contract with the Trea sura Department, furnishing abundant se curity, for public stores, ht twelve per cent less than they were awarded to Mr. Mather and bis partners, of Willett's Point, Fort SneTlingand New Bedford fame, by which an, annual saving of some $30,OQO might have been made.. The Committee- ad dressed a fetter to Secretary Cobb, asking for the contract and all correspondence. a New York Town Elections. ' The town elections in New York have, been contested with spirit, and the 'result is auspicious' of Republican success in No vember. The Buf&ta Express-thus sums p; i j .i Tzit ..'.' j Complete returns of the town elections of the State for the present year, show the election of 610 Republican Supervisors, against 217 of all others. In 1859 there were 479 Bepublicaos and 2St. all others. In 1858, 436 Republicans and 225' all others... These figures indicate that the growth -of Republicanism in New York has been healthy; and steady. Out of 727 Supervisors the Republicans elect this year 10. Surely with 'such - demonstration of strength npon the ev of a Presidential campaign, there -can be little doubt of the position of the Empire State next fall. Let whoever may ba the candidates, her t&te will be found on the side of Freedom. Ikpoetakt Law. Some people imag ine that it, is of little use to publish laws in newspapers; but at the risk of offending this class of readers, we will give, jsro bo no publico, the amendment to section 17 of tie act of Match 5, -1831, jn relation to the fees of Jtrrier, 'which -has passed the Legislature of this State : r: '. . Sec 17.' Thafiu all civil cases where a trial by Jury shall ba bad in- any of the courts of record of this State, the party against whom the verdict may be .tender ed shall pay for the time said Jury is detain ed In the trial of said cause. The amount bo U be paid shall be determined by the court, on the rendition of said verdict, and shall be taxed and collected o other costs are taxed and collected, and when so collec ted shall be paid by the officer cotlecting the same Into "the treasury of the county in -which such trial was bad ; provided, that this act abail sot apply to suits pending in my of said courts at the time of this pass age. Sac 1 8 . Thai aestion- seventeen' of 'the set to wbichibislis amendatory be and the ansa is hereby repealed' - 5 ' This act to take effect from and after its passage. - on - the to of ear, on . fair the al the and at in Ger. Wise Net to be Summoned. ' Got. Wisegot Jobs Browa's carpet-bag; fuD of important secrets according to bis own boast. 'lie gate oat that prominent Republicans of tha North were implicated that be held the damning proofs. Now that the raid is over and Gov. Wise is retiracy, the Democratic majority are un willing to compel him to testify that bis boasts were simply lies to give excuse for calling out 'the volunteer Virginia forces for a general train iog, in anticipation of a Southern disunion demonstration 'trader the lead of South Carolina aad Mississippi.. Therefore it is on the records of the Harper's Ferry Committee, that formal application was made to summon Gov,, Wise, which the majority refused oh the ground of bis letter to the Chairman, denying . any 1 Br iber knowlexlge than had already been published. ' The bark of Wise is worse than bis bite. Leader. Ger. Wise Net to be Summoned. Case of Booth--Austrian Despotism. potism. .The course of the . U. S. Government under -the Fugitive Act towards S. M. Booth, of Milwaukee, would disgrace the tyranny of the dark ages in despotic coun tries. The U. S, Marshal not only refuses to produce B's person in obedience to the command of a writ of habeas corpus issued under State authority, bat keeps his vic tim substantially in a dungeon and iu sol itary confinement! The iron shutters of prison are kept closed and the light entire ly excluded, except snch as gets in from the ball, and no person, unless it be a physician, not even his wife,, is permitted loses him. The IT. S. Baslile in which be is thus maliciously incarcerated, bris tles with arms. Such is the despotism ot slavery in the Free State of- Wisconsin. Its i?nder mercies everywhere are cruel. EveatuS brd penalties for the violation of 'an obnoxfU9 enacmcot, are made more unbearable by "iHwilbng minions of a President who is tut? vaen tool of slave oligarchs.' ' ' '" " Mr. Booth bears his persecCjw witn the fortitude of a martyr. He will S19 no concessions to the tyrants who would Cts" i. yt i i , e i . .- : mm. ne oniy asits dis trienas to provide for bis family, not to pay a cent of k fine. Leader. A Democratic Judge. In the debate on the Polygamy bill, Mr, Hooper, ot Li tan, remarked as follows: Mr. Hooper (Democrat, the Deleft, from Ulab) said some of these cbanres emacatea troni a most infamous source, Judge Drummond, who took to Utah female not bis wife, and placed ber beside bim on lne bench, it was on such repre sentations that the Government bad sent the army against the peaceable citizens of tue territory. . , . ... Mr. McClernand Democrat, III.,) wished to know on what authority Air. Hooper said Jude Drummond appeared on the judicial bench with a courtesan! -. Mr. Hooper trom the knowledge of sight-seeing I saw it myself. Laughter, Affecting Incident. On Sunday morning, several young folks were baptized at Kev. Vt. Magoon s church, Albany, JN lha hrst person who was baptized was a youre en 1, perhaps sixteen years old, in the last stage of consumption. She was literally arrayed in ber grave clothes, it be ing understood that the white robe in which she was bablized was to be woru by ber when she was placed in her coffin. She obtained her mother's permission to be baptized and then acquainted her pastor with her desire. She was brought to the pool in the arms of her uncle, attended "by her raotner, and lifted in the arms of the pastor, who then gently immersed her bead, after repeating the Usual words. The scene was very affecting, causing some of the spectators to sob with emotion. She was so far gone that it was feared she would expire-during the ceremony, yet af ter it was performed she expressed a wish to be brought to the church in the after noon,, to , partake of the Lord's Supper, which was granted. After the supper, when in another room, she sang the doxol ory, 'raise Uod and when in the car riage. Dr. Magoon asked her how she felt : she whispered, "I have' fought a good hgbt.". . Ne The Republican of Omeha, braska, of 23d of March, savs; .-. During the last week our streets have been enlivened by trains of white covered wagons, whose owners have chosen this place for starting their journey across' the plains, in the suburbs ot our city, near the military bridge over the North , creak, train 1 of- thirty - wagons are - encamped, presenting a sight seldom seen by our East readers. ; lt i -'.... It also says: The officers of the ferry boat, between this city and Council Bluffs, report that there crossed during the week, ending Mon day night last, one hnndred and one per sons, on their way to the mines. Most of the people were from eastern Iowa, west Illinois, and Wisconsin, and they re It. port that there are large numbers already the road. - A Hoax Saoriligiots Fun. On Sat urday . an advertisement appeared in the Baltimore Sun. stating that on Sabbath morning the - administration . of the ordi nance of baptism would take place near Belvidere Bridge, in that city. The hour named was eleven o'clock, previous which large numbers of men and women all ages and conditions in life, were seen wending their way to the designated place. Several thousand persons bad con gregated, all waiting in anxious expecta tion that the minister and the -subjects would make their appearance.. Soon a whisper seemed lo be given from ear to that this was the first day of April, or fools day." It quickly, like an elec tric shock, pervaded the entire multitude, when carriages and horsemen,- and those foot, were seen, in double quick time, departing to their respective homes. . Must do It. The Richmond Enquirer make the following statement as to the duty of Northern Democrats in the Charles ton Convention: . ' "What, then, should sound policy and dealing suggest to the delegates from anti-democratic States. If the North ern Democracy are, as we believe they are, 'and faithful to ' the Constitution rights of the South, let their dele gates adopt, without question or dispute, - PLATFORM OJ? PKlNUll'L.tta WHICH THE SOUTH MAY PRE SENT and thus quiet forever the charges insinuations of unsoundness levelled ' them by the Southern opposition ; which charges so much embarrass the canvass in every Southern State." -:- . No-Party Journals. We bare been favored with several copies of a confidential circular addressed to Post masters throughout the country, but espec ially in the Western States, by the pub lishers of a catch-penny sheet issued at Cleveland, Ohio, called the "GUanor." This circular tells the. Postmasters, in sub stance, that the paper it commends has, among tha other attractive features, the following: - - - 1. It is furnished at fifty cents per an num. - . 2. It professes impartiality in politics. 3, So soon as tha Presidential nomina tions shall have been made, it will come out for the Charleston Pro-Slavery nomi nees,' and support them ardently to the close of the canvass. - - ' -' - Tbe calculation of the publishers evi dently is, that the Postmasters will all take hold and push the circulation of their pa per among all parties, and that its low price and inoffensive character will enable them to get it into the bands of many thousands ot voters.. When the proper time sball-have arrived, these voters will be teld that a seme public duty, and an awful apprehension - of deadly peril to the Union, have impelled the publishers lo take ground for the only party that can savs : the -' nation from impending ruin ; wherefore they give to the breeze the ban ner of &c &c Thus half the subscribers to this swindling sheet will be led to sup pose that certain recent revelations of pub lic dangers have induced its conductors to take in the Presidential contest; when in fact that just what wo proposed from the first! Defikiso his Position. The editor The Ringdd (Ga) Fxpress, thus pithily sets forth bis views and relations in regard to the Charleston Convention ; If Stevens, Cobb, Hunter, Wise, or any prominent man whose record has identified him with the interests of the South, should be chosen as the standard bearer, of De mocracy, we expect to support him with all the zeal of a "scaly bark" Democrat If Douglas should be a nominee, with no matter how good a platform, we cannot, nn Jwill not; support him, under any set of circum.'nce8 . . Douglasw"' go into the Convention with more vote n7 other maD ond enough to prevent nomination of any other man. If these rr.":uds are firm and true, it will therefore be "LOugIas .r. n body. His opponents howeverj wl' e strong enough, at first, to prevent 28 n.om" nation. And we hope they may cotfi',u.er so, tilt we greatly fear they will not. h , they hold out, a compromize may be effect- ted, by which 6ome man never befoie heard of outside of the county of his residence, will be brought forth, and a huudred thou sand wool bats will be waved aloft, and hundred thousand "Dimmicrats" will make the welkin ring with their huzzas, while from Maine to California the hills send back the echo, "Hooray for Dalin and Mcfagnn." If that is the game, we are not in. Revivals. Tbe revival in tbe Methodist Cburcb at Massillon continues without abatement. In tbe Presbyterian Cburch, at Massillon, 24 naw members cave been recently added 10 by letter, and 14 on profession of faith. At Cambridge, Ind., 19 have re cently been received into the Presbyterian Uhureti, and many others are inquiring tbe way of life. At .Newark, Lockland, Perrys burgh and Dresden, evidence of works of grace prevail. In New York city, at the 50th feL .Presbyterian Uburcb, 74 new members Lave recently been added. In Radnor Church, Delaware Co., O., 30 new members have been added. In the Stony CreeltChurch, near Spring Hills, ()- 27 were added. In the Monroe, Butler Co Cburch, 15 were added. In the Congre gational Church, at Polo, after a series of meetings, a mighty work of grace was tha result. Some 200 professed submission to Christ. 1 At Edgartown, Mass., all the Evangelical Churches have been revived and a very large number have sought and found mercy, and many others are now in quiring toe way. ; v In Dr. Adams' Presbyterian Church, in N. Y. city, a collection was taken on be half of the American Board, and resulted on two Sabbaths, in raising $11,000. ; A UEKAT MATCH ACTORV. A manU factory of friction matches has just been put in operation at Cincinnati by two wealthy citizens of that city. ".''The cost of the building and machinery has been 1 150, 000, and it k the most extensive match factory in the world, except one in Austria. will turn out and pack 6000 cross of matches a day, at a oost but little removed from the raw material, - and of a quality quits beyond anything the public has seen An inextinguishable match that no wind can blow out is here made by an automatic machine, at the rate of 2000 gross per day, and so cheap that they can be shipped to Europe, where this kind are all made by nana. Enlargement of the Penitentiary The project of building a new Peniten tiary has gone over to the adjourned session, but a bill lias been passed to provide for tbe enlargement of the present prison. The east wing is to be extended, and an enlarge ment made with a view to accommodate 1,000 male convicts in all. Tbe chapel and hospital are also to be enlarged, to gether with dining hall, kitchen, bakeroom, sc 1 wo new workshops are to be erected for 100 convicts. -Work to be done by contract with lowest responsible bidder under superintendence of the Warden, and convict labor to be used where possible. The sum of $40,000 is appropriated for the nlargement. Leader. ' ' r iiOCAL s wspapeb. lne local news paper should be encouraged by every mem ber of tbe community in which it is print ed. All should aim to strengthen and improve it by their contributions in cash, local items, and everything else which can insure its prosperity or promote its useful ness. Bring in your names, take every occasion to furnish for its columns such items of local news as you think would be acceptable, and find your own iuproved in terests, which are always, to a greater or less extent, connected. t3TKn infant of eighteen months spinner from its mother's rms, who was fondling it at a second story window, in Cincinnati! on the 5th lost., and, falling to the pave ment, was dead before the mother conld reach to decend the stairs. On the same day, in Cincinnati, a utile boy of two years fall from bis sister's arms and rolled down a flight of stairs, injuring his head so that lie soon died. j i-uiinng bnt and X Enlargement of the Penitentiary Special Notices. , -DB. H00FLAK1TS GERMAN' BITTERS, JkSD dr. iiooflaxd's balsamic coroiax, The great standard medieinet vf tie praent age, hate acquired their great popularity only , through year of trial. . VabouMtied eatiaf ac tion, it Tendered by them w all um; and the ' people lave pronouneed them vorthy. liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility or tke Jrerrous System, - Diseases of the Kidneys,.' and alt dueata aruinf from a duorirred User or weabutt of tke ttomaeh and dijettitt organs, are speedily and permanency cured by the GERMAN BITTERS. . The Balsamic Cordial ias acquired a reputation surpassing that of any similar pre paration extant, it uill cure, without jail, the most severe and long-standing Conga, Cold, er Soanenass, Bronchitis, Ia flaenzs, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption, - and has performed ike most astonithing cures ever known of '. . "77 . 77 7 f Confirmed Consumption. - - A feu doses mill also at once eheek and cure the most severe Diarrhoea proceeding from Cold tub Bowels. These mrilirinei are prepared ly Dr. C XL Jacksoh & Co., X6. 418 .4rcA Street, Phila delphia, Pa., and are sold by druggists and dealers in medicines ttcryvhere, at 75 unit per bottle. The signature of C. M. J ACKo viU he on the outside wrapper of each bottle. In the Almanac published annually by the proprietors, called EvaaTBonx's Axxasac, you will find testimony and commendatory notices from all parts of the country. These Almanacs are given away by all our agents SOLD BT II. TESGHI. Virfemhim n. '! Dealer generally. Aug. io, jtw Tinovl i 3 One of the vaosX nlc&sinr and at the una time. effective remedies for DrsDCDfiia. and all other dicMm arising from a morbid condition of the itomach and liv er, is I)r. Hoetetter'a Bitters. It not only removes the disease from the system.bnt by (riving tone to tbe or gans of digestions, aids tbem in tlieir functions. All who have tried it aeknewleuireits excellence and sUDerioritr. and ire therefore commeud it to tbe sufferer. Jr. Hostet ter'a BiUers as a tonic, is too well known to need praise. It is therefore scarcely nrrrnaarr at this time to do more than direct attention to this preparation, which Is cer tainly unequalled by anv before the public, satisfied as we are, that its wide npread reputation must prove suffi cient to satisfy all of its excellence as a relief and remedy Cor all diseases oi the stomach. - Sold by druggists and dealers everywhere. ; t V- See advertisement in another column. Pyspenaia and General Debility. V . Caslisu, Warren Co, 0. J March 8, 18S8. rjr.c J. obark DoarSin For tha beaeflt of snffcr inr hamanitV n"1 " T ht I hTo found yonr sIndTavTft. o. r?"""! Blood Pill, a sore 'rare forlxdimtio .ni LOT"" 'Complaint.. I nave suffered front the above-cnentincr have tried a great saanf ' 'd -diseases for ive ; , but aH i 'an and no por- B and Pills and did io.. I n Te Clncis.iimt the time and ivetrt to your office ana -Ma one bot Ut of the Purifier and one box of the Pi'i- to eomnmn with, and bless the day I found your valuau'e -, for I am enjoying: good health at present, an.d c0' Sdcnt that the care is permanent. . ' T.T.DrBOlS. . See advertisement. s Enlargement of the Penitentiary Special Notices. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, April 12. 1860. Floor $6,757,00 Clorerseed.i $358 Biiclm-heat flour $1,50 Flaxseed. $1.00 fiyeflour $cwt.$l,50 Timo'yie -2,0G$2,25 Wheal.. 142ig155 Green Apples.-... .50 Cora , ..50 Dried Apples ....$1.25 u.-iis ..S3 unea reaches Rye .75 Smoked Hams 89 Barley tU55 Smoked iS boulders Butter .12 Smoked Sidesi. . Eggr. 8 Dresa'd Pork $4$5,25 t.ara is be ' GREAT EXHIBITION OF New Spring and Summer Goods L. MYERS, , HAS returned from tie Eastern Cities where be bought a very large and desirable stock of Goods oi erery.kind. which he now offers to the people of. Holmes County at low prices. HIS IiABGE STORE ROOMS - Are filled fall of the latest stylos of New - SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, And an invitation is extended to the peopl of the County and the rest of mankind to call and examine tmsstocir betore bnyingelsewbore, as by so doing they may save money. Millersburg, April 5, I860 n33tf . J , Belief , for: Harol Times COHN'S B. "TTTHO has received one of largest and most exten V j Biro aasorramenxs oi . ' : - SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING ' Ever offered Id this county . ( " ,wz,so, . c Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Together with a very large assortment of Gentlemen's Fnrnishing Goods, Whiehl an determined to mil at snch low figures i - will astonish tbe citlaens of this and ad joining counties, and the rest , . p'" ef awuikindin generaL r - -T - T ' " Mv1 stock of goods which is nnnsaallf large, faaa been nuRBivu k" iuu rupecuuiy I or in IS market. I would, therefore, in rite all l , . . , r mr oU sustomsis and a tbous- ' ' ' sand new ones to call i.'. . &sd examine -;......;V-rB...v;-..:--: Magnificnt Assortmenf of Clothing, Cloths, and Gentlemen's furnishing goods, comprising ; r wTcry amcie oi geniirmea s wear. - HATS,' HATS,- HATS, 'HATS, oaps, , uaps, .: Gaps, i Caps, TRUNKS, TRUiVKS, TRUNKS, C C L t ray aMortraent the latest stjrlcs.- tjfl am well aamMd that ran vin h. nited In the styles, quality aad price ot all such articles of wear as snau oner you. 100 will gt the worth of your mon ey in superior roods. 11 v custAmer. and the neonle genejally, may rest assured that of the Bwuly-llade aepi ib iimerirars;, then h - ' IV one ITIade at Home, all Brought from abroad, and of those I assert that always Keep ua vary test in market. . Garment of all kinds made to order on tho shortest notice and warranted to fit. NO FIT NO SALE., , So earns- smn my stock before nurchsnaor and raf irood bartruin for vour money, on the corner of tr.in Washington Sta. ; BENJAMIN COHN. April 0, iwoHH - . ' TnpTcsMhm Paper Assorted eolors for terns. Cot sale at the,. . .. BOOK &XO. Spanldina'a Frrparad Olwe That will patch up every brokrn thing except brokoa topers and broken hearta. For sale at tha . . BOOKSTORE. vv rrlUE solved Indebted and ' lum:em v&vzrv lumeer Patronize your own Tarda - New Lumber Yard just opened in . iuuiersoarg, JTSAlt TBE RAH.R0A& LAXDIXG. TrrHERE TOC CAN ALWAYS GET at V - Cleveland prices, (reieht to this aUc added,) all PINE AND POPLAR LUBBER - Shingles and Plastering Laths, MATCHED FLCCsWia & SIZING, Kasn anauoors, Embracing all tbe rarieties nsnallj fonmd in Lumber Yanb elsewhere. We ask the public patronage, promir iag that ther ft ball be fairly dealt with. Our present assortment to very good, bat we expect to made addition to it from day today, as the want of the country are unoerniooa. GIVE .USA CALL. J AXES HILL, March , 1660. . R. W. EX CIS. Millerstarg Academy. rTlHI3 Institution trill be opeaed os Monday, JL 'April 16th, fur term of live months, f he parroaage ot tbe public is solicited. T ER MS: Primary Undents, ?--.. $G.OO per term. rmgusa Dnuicues, - - p,uu L&aguageH, - - - 10.00 " R. D. ROBIXSON. . - : i . : E. "W. MUEHSCHER, March 29, 1860. . - . Associate Principals. CHEAP GOODS Just receiving at r- WiiJRUM'i IS BEELIN". COME AND SEE. To Farmers. TI1E undersigned offers for sale at his shop, 4 miles iioatb of MUlenslmrg, on tbe Coshocton road, a large rlotos, ace . . . " . These articles are all of bis own manafaetare and war ranted perfect. Amonc his plows mar be foond the Hisor. Eagle, the J. Long, and Ohio Plow, all well known, to dc nm raie riowa. juso, . i Farmers' Gates, of various patterns, kept oa hand for sale. - . . JOHN FRY. ' Hatch 22, 1364. SPRUNG STOCK, 1 8GO. BOOTS & SHOES, hats;: caps, ; Bonnets, Flowers, :-v '- -'.AT WHOLESALE, - J; WABKAXTED USIFORM IN QUALITY. coo - j . JAMES P. TANNER, ..J No. od Wood. Street, Pittsburg, INVITES the aiiVou ot hia customers, and Mer chants generally, to- oa TCry large assortment of tc, purchased aireetfrsia tbe GLAND man ufactures, which for extent, variety a-d durability, from irregularity, and adeptatioa to the wsu't-" oi u."!ct,?n; not surpassed m this or any other ar'. lnc shall as low as those of Philadelphia or New Yr.k. ' All ara invited to an oxaniiaatioa t thia .'ULnor stock - - vr. Orders intrusted to him shall command his prompt w particular ahivaiiun, idu ne IimnTUliy execuieq. ., P. S. Agent for Copper Tipped Boot and Shoes. . Mar29 xhul. A rtrui i Garden & Field! 1 seeds, i( Just recciv'd at the Book Store JJ LUBINS' ' CELEBRATED EXTRACTS, 4'orihn liandkerehief; Honeymoon, Frangjpanni, Musk, Mown Hay, Magnolia, Hose, Sweet Clover, . Upper Ten, Jockey Club, violet, Blessed Baby, Kiss-Be-Quick, Something New, iouy, Sweet Briar, Kiss-Me-Quick, Rose Grerrima'm Eescence of Love Patchouly, New Mown Hay est jiaia, - unentai Drops, Just received at the Bonk Sinr. IMPORTANT TOEYERYBODn Great Excitement " -AT- KOCH'S CORNER. Havtnr inst r?celvdfmm fhm r..t rdtiesof tli largest and best ansortmrnts tot SPRING & SUMMER - GOODS Ker bftinra brought to Millcrslmrg. Thefr stok Mmriat nf all LlnH. f irrr isoms, brncems, Qnacnstrare, Hats i s vapa, doom srioes. Sc.; at., ftc KOCH'S CORNER IS THE PLACE E to Bad a larro assortment n uin nA i fancy Dnss Silks, IX LaiKi. Borarss, ? wry T.risty of Lauds' irress "" o tatwt stylos. Call early as KOCH'S CORNER IS THE PI if" t to i&t in oner im buTiniT voir nrvi. inr C reasonm-which will be made uaniriMt tn 3jon wawjottwtainiDeteir stock. r KOCH'S CORNER IS THE PLACE to bay your ClotbvCassimares, Yesjinga KOCH'S CORNER IS THE PLACE J to find Summer Hhawls aoA Santillas in ( gmtobuiKsuce, aad to boy tbem ebeap. KOCH S CORNER IS THE PLACE 5 to bay (roods cheap because they arc b boaght cheap aad ran be soW cbesf . i. KOKH'S CORNER IS THE PLACE where will alwajR rind cet the bLrbest r , . : nasi tow oiiTa d eeii f bwu m um towcflt pouiUe figures. ; KOCH'S CORNED IS THE PLACE 5T6 y expect by politeness and fcir ( . " " sT"" many frood this .spmtsnu summer. We barn the ooi. j n make no eliarfes for sliowinf iuent. S Thankful for nut ainn. m mmm.,,!. urge upon tue puuue not io forget - alt so litre;, dry, tose ana ebe Dr. hair the the very Po. gave hair pnne, derful at the I . yonr hair ala Vhqt. ntt:noBd bald, grow At health, to all. Bhtese-n, The medium, for twenty for two cent 0. lent, and 114 ror Sir ura Staat Koch's Corner is the Place. Karen 1&, 1880 30 Dissolution of Copartnership. partnership heretofore existing under the auu nd stile of HcCrorr ft CralrheatL Is this Anv rii. by mutual ennsent. JtU those knowing themselves to the late njm are respectfully Invited to call make settlement withoutdrlar. 1 must htive mon. SAMUEL McCRORV. Mihersburg, March , 188031 - ; '" New So perfeet ITamurvt) Ma h TrlK of ;-',,""' forsllowaace. B. A. Fahnetoc k & Co. Corner of "Wood nd-fir at Streets, ' ' Pittsburgh, Pa. 1MFOBTCBS lD.lilEt II " ,-.t :. . Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, &c White Lead, Red Lead aho Litharge, HarUt KoaUesrt Fartnars in Jew Tarh sad fsilaAelshia t take rimhn ef H ih slg n t th , ark4it, we ars smablsd t aaU oa aa favorahls tarms as Tashwa tohhisg ITimss, -SoIe Proprietors of T. A. Faimestocic't (Mebntod Varmifiige. B. A. Fahnestock &' CoV. tjiieVwiiite lead Has been analyzed by competent Chemists, at the request of disinterested parties, with the following results : - - , Anilypi of Mwira. POWERS VHGHTHU. samrJa fnmi.hi v- ITCTJIiT 4 CO. of ritabnrgli. Mtmn-wm- j ! Philadelphia, October 27rt. 1889 " We hT0 examined the keg of White Lead, grooad in oil, branded Pvn White Lead," and find it to be as represented. 100 part of the mixtare fnrauhed " OH, . 9 parts, - . White Lead, 81 100 POWERS & WEIGHTMAS. AaAlyaii of A. A. HATES, Esq., State Aitayer of Kucachuetta, of aaoipl furaialu 1 bj Maun. LY0JT, SHOES CO. of Pittieurgb- 16 Soylston St., Boston, October 6th, 1859. Sample of Lead in Oil was analyied for any impurity, bnt found to consist of Oil and White Lead only. ' , - A. A. HAYES. - We claim for our White Lead hot only strict purity, but a degree i of fine ness and whiteness not equaled by any other brand. B. A. Fahnestock Be Co. THE C AMPAIGN OPENED! -'!. Grand Mass Meeting of Consumers and Customers Will be held every day thotighoot the coming Spring aad Summer at J. O HEREYHOLMES' Commodious Store Booms, Millersburg, Ohio, where the unparalleled arrival of , SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! Which have recently been selected and just received from the Great Emporium of the New World is atttraclino; an immense crowd. ' . OUR STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS Surpass all previous stocks for Beauty, Variety and Excellence. OUR LADIES' DUESS GOODS Were never before half so attractive, and will win smiles of approval . k . -. irom our iair memas. Are just what you need to improve your beauty and restore youth. OUR BOOTS & SHOES Combine elegance and ease, with strength ' ' ' and durability. . OUR CLOTHS, CASSIMERES,aod Vesting, are all of this Springs varieties. . . . OUR HARDWARE, Cutlery, Crockery &c, Lave been better selectod titan . last season. - -. , : - . OUR FANCY ARTICLES, Notions, dec, are too numerous to ba lure J i : .i . i -sr t.iii. . repeaieu cmuracuig ereryiuiDg mat a iuercuani snouiu Keep and a Customer should buy. " ... And now having purchased a L1BGEB A'I nETTEH Sirnrir rK'.. beforexe confidently rely npon the appreciation of the public for a ready galeof tbe same Weare prepared to give PRIZES or- PREMIUMS for CASH or PROMPT PAY. far We nsu vmuaiiiv ir,ii iur wnuujj onereo. MiuersDurg, Marcn aj, law. Don't be back-ward in comipc fonrard. J. Cbcrryfaolnact. MORE TOBE ADMIRED THAN THE EICHEST DIADEM ' . r ' ' EVER WctfB.Sgr Kings or Emperors. What? . Why Jeautiful Head f Hair. Vne it Is the ornameni Go Himself vrmMU toe oar race. Iieadec, althoagh iie i""e may bloom erer brightly in the glowing cheek, th ej be ever spark th teeth be these it searls, if the liemu is eareef its or the bsir lie snarled and shriveu4, il d or worse fdill, if sprinkled with Cray, natnre will more than h f her charms. - Prof. Wood's Ibur Re stornttre, if used two or three tines a a week, will restore permaneTrtly seenre tt n't each an ormament. Head followiDff and jndfro. Tlie writer of the first tj tie ClUbruted PuuaU, Tsalbtrg: Wood: - Kew Tork, April 19, 18SS. , - Demr Sir, Term it roe to express to yon the oblig&ttana 1 am nnder or the entire restoration of my to itft original color; about thetitre of my arrlralin United States it was rapidly eeeominr gray, but npea application of yonr "Hair RestoratiTe' it soon nrcir ered its original hoe. 1 consider yonr Restorative as s wonderful invention, quite efltcations aa well as I am, dear sir, yours trnly, : - a. IHALUEKU. "Drych a"r Owj-licdydct." Xewspsper office, 13 Ktimn st. April 12, 18o. O. J. wbon: TJrar Str.-Some menih or sic weeksagol receWed a bottle of yonr Hah- Kestorire and it my wife, who concluded io try it on her hair, lit tle tbinkins at the time that It wonld tmamm m to its original color, hut to her as well as my sur iew weess snai 11 nas penonaea mat won effect by tuning alt the gray hairs to a dark hrown, same time beautifying and thickening the I sir. strongly recommend the .above RestoratiTB ie aH per sons io want of such anange in their hair. CHARLES CARDZW. . Nrw YoK,Jnly 25, 1867: FlCrr.O. J.Wood: With confidence do 1 reeiimmfMi Hstr Restemtivev as being the most emcaemus arti clel ever saw. Since using your Hair Restorative, my and whiskers which were almot white have gradu ally grown dark; and I now feel oemnleot that lew mere applications wUI restore them to their natural color. It has relieved me of all dandruff and unpleasant itch ing, so common among persons who perspire freely. TToon: Aboot two Tears aco my hair eom- ntlline- off and turaimr erav: 1 was f-.t kaimin and had tried many n'mcd',-. to no effect. 1 com menced npinsr vonr Restoratire in Jwnmtrv last, A few applications fastened my hair Hrmlr. It began to all up, out, and turned hack to its former color, (blak.J this time it ie fully restored to its original color, and appearance, and cheerfully recommend its use J. B. HOEs. 111, May 1, 1857. Restorative is nut do in bottles of 3 sixes: laree. and smalt; the small hold. H a pint, and retails dollar per hottlei the medium holds at least per cent, more in proportion to the small, retails dollars par bottle; the urge holds a quart, 40 per more In proportion, and retails mr 13, WOOD CO, Hroprietora, S12 Broadway, New (ln wegraain. i. lYire tuulmg s.3thtthnnL) Market St, LoaisMn. Sale St tbe BOOK VAH1FTT Mtatew Choice Items. C E LERRA TED, Lfc-ACTIOH REVOLVER! The Amusing - PARLOR PISTOL! That shoots without powder. CARROLL'S Sewing Machine! that a child ma work it wilh.rery fiti . iiuii ut;t4tu SETHJTHOMAS CLOCKS, The best ia the wrld. . The Celebrated ." PEBBLE SPECTACIsES, to cor wrk eye und mam th old to wiin no rtfor or yomui tguiu EUROPEAN Jt AMERICA y WATCHES & JEWELRY of any style orqnaBty destred. 1 lSSf" Court Uotae, Miiltnlmrg, O. Notice. nnderelrned has been duly qnaliSed asaaftmea Jamas hi auadakee. In t,i L. . -"-l "ei ro present their claims JAnfc senile, Jan. IT, IP). 3 LIOGKTT. Aeaiyaea. FU-ae of of of LEATHER! LEATHER! LEATHER! (UAlim ATniintPn imiieit. THE MATTER NOW?" 4i mm STARTS 1 JEW LEATHER ATI SB0E1A- ilkers nmicsr- btulbiiht n num. MM Wl H SWTS TIEEITIBlT. ; ' TTe have arTde J to OOr stock of Hardware, a general assortment of New Tork and Sttofeln Sole Leather, Paris Calf Skins, best Jemey Kins, Wax. I'pper. Coantiy Up- r-., wuuuj iNi. " I w omens JIVIWU.O, TsnoH colors ef Sheep Linninra, Bhmrngs. Briseotr. togetlm with a complete assortment nt Shecnmkers' Kindt are. Also; Lasts, Men and Boys Crimps, Men's, Patent da. common Clamns. Patent do. lien's Patent Root T. do common, together with s larg assottment of Oils. Paints. &c? &n.. mrh as WTiite Lead. lmfo tn Oil, Zinc in oil," Zinc ia V arnish, Permanent Paris Greene id elL-Browns aad I mbers in oil. also. drr. Rlsek '-.in in n 11. M Coach Painter Black in oil. Fretirh Liquid Drrer, Pat- i"jr, varcwucs, rnuuuB; ana inmltnre vanash. Red Lead in Oil. Spirits al Turpentine, Paint ViiUe. 'i.. ... . S.R.WE1RICH BRO. , Feb. 9, 1S60 2Swtl T"E PARACrON IA.IyrtS r Coal Oil, give one-fourth more brut than aav other coal oil lamp, and burns no more oiL , IfMlXTED 10 CITE PKFECT SiTLSfidlfiS or no wle. The Xo. 1 Burner firN mm mcfa Hrrht aa thrv candles, nd It m chap as ono ouxQe. A MippTy of Bdrtwra. (which cu b fat tm any lamp-) kocfcav Ground Cbimn-frys, Brha, W'irk. Haad and liaBgin Constantlf on Hand. - and for sale y WCSTOX SPANGLE sV suuersourr.f en., lew. , -..... EW ARRANCElIEm Removal of tbe Su Nicholas ANKENY'S CORNER : THE proprietors have leased (or a term of years, the well known rooms, aad thoroughly re paired aadrettted Uiem, makina; aa additiea of a - - ?T ladies Room; nttcdni former p in supener sU-le. we bane also added to t busiaeaa a new aad complete stork of GROCERIES I PROVISIONS, which w will sell on the : stock of Oar CON FE CTIONAR I S, isUieUrfestanJsMwtoompleUia Xilliasaaai. OUR PARAGON LAMP for Coal Oil is the BEST LAMP IS AMERICA ' A full supply af Impa aad OO eoaataatiy ea head. OUR REFRESHMENT ROOMS are the best iaMIUnnbuif. and will at all timm ba aap. plied with every lain lne aurimtdemanda. Those who want a ins rata article of ShouldUea WESTON A SPA.-fGLtR . Ulrrsonrg, Fen. Z, 1M0 rdnMtf I Say Stranger! ye wan tn asefce mm. id. . s... a. ia a dark airbi, or stink like a thnesaad arot-uk-aevei meatioa.eai t is. .-j ' than dray lead juatneeteed,' m To the Creators ef A. I. SaSttlw eet. . allowed ta eredttora to. hruajt sa. aaA Brava theireleiaM 5M!Til ThTbSrihSr .tled TS M Ppetoemeeu at Ue eaW hs fa MS Millersburm. Uh1bmiii. ., k If'- nd Tth days ot April. 1IM0, and the h dar Mar.lawa.MSea a'oleek. ta the las fereaOM of earsi sua days, ThielB day of J.ttuirv, IWM. JOUN HOCSTO, Cons