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Progress amd Prosperity of Cincinnati.
luMtl. the Cincinnati, beyond --question, wears regal crown of Quaes of the Mississippi Valley. Her progtmi m on'j Pd bet steadT and stibUntiLt She is a great worksho as weUs 0OmrplCial mart, and Cincinnati!!! not only loot -6Tt for "num ber om," but for each, other. Tiaey are just- j proud jsOJieit fUJy Jbet, artisans and aaanufi?tf ko&i vA bwf eJtroad ar ticles of &qft3 A3W)I r J negl of boo prodaMM. Mayor Bishop's mea.- CSocutna6 nu never Wore occumed Skrit'iaKka a vwittiw trtiirAn( tf.i-i'nrr M twg-TBmrior ttjff pressat eentory, She BVMiBaara.2L0a0 aools. Streets of rMgtiJ2t!t'1)nsic3S bouses and elegant prwwle jwellinga ww where we vsed W'Ij'iannr'rllB.Wi' nbaie4 ardor thxtwii et" the city goes :w.? Heir commerce Is becoming of greater im-J porta rery jeaf.Tnod ,iier;rrmirafactnr rs arorafMff" JrKasifig "insanely, arid extant i lie vast and xmeqaetij atjgro)tm j dEmaiid of tbe great Missis sippi Valley. In her financial position she will compare fiwdrtbTy wift any city in the Cbiob. . Her business tnen, for the lade of such banking facilities as exist hi any oth er large commercial, cities, are compelled to depend opoa real capital for the Ira a action of their business. Consequently they do not ef end their trade to such an extent as to insure distress, bankruptcy, and ruin, whenever a financial crisis occurs. Thos iciaaded spon a solid basis, our growth and prosperity" are bealtby, our pro gress steady and permanent., , The character, number and magnificence ofihe private edifices erected in the city daring the past yeaf, and those new in course of erection, attest the wealth and prosperity f the citizens, and enables Cin cinnati to rack among the first, cities of the eootineat in architectural taste and t Cincinnati is yet in her luuncy, the ffi-, gantie futara spreads oat before her. We Khali live to see her populalioo more than doubied, bar. commerce and manufactures knmensly increased, and her queenlv beau ty' unrivalled amonir the cities of the West. - -7 The Troubled Waters. J,Sfe have not much in tbe way of news, regard inir the great freshets which hare flooded the country,' further than, we pab Ksfced yesterday itiorarag, save, perhaps, some items of damage to Railroads, Canals, and other afiUirs of minor importance. There is aly owe way to go to Pittsburgh now, and that is via. Morrow, r.ad over tbe C, W, & Z. E. K, tbe Central Ohio Rail road be'og sound tbe other side of Zanes viHa; but betwoen here and there is in bad condition in Uie way of washed niray and damaged bridges. The great trestle work, some ten miles east has been under going repaid, and still is in an unfinished condition, and thus was swerved about a ot from h'ne, but can be easily replaced. The Cleveland & Pittsburgh, and Steu lenville is Indiana are entirely disabled. Tb C. C, &. C. R. R. is the only line leading from this city, but what has been damaged. The C. P. & Ind. makes con nections but has felt the force' of the wa ters. The large bridge at Loudonville, on the Pittsburgh,. Fi, Wayne & Chicago JL.1 lvw washed down," thus leaving a serious gape on an important route. " A water way on the L. M. & X. R. It. go? loose and took about thirty feet of embankment and track down, but- passengers wero transfer red by omnibuses to relief trains, and every train made its connections. . The gap has been .temporarily bridged in a anfe manner, with' heavy, stringers.' Tb bridge over Big Darby, 12 miles oa' tte -came road, was somewhat damaged, bat notseriously. The damage. (4 the' Public-Works has beenrimmensc probably not less than $50, 000. In this vicinity,' about Jour -miles soath, tbe water is pouring through a break at a tremendous-r&tOf ewideneiag nolher break nt tremendous fate,cvideuoing an- j other break for an outlet somaw here below.-1 SapL Sbufflin went to the break -fmd "re ported it a very bad one. There" is also a Luge hole al Lockbourne. '. The aqueduct over the Licking at Newark is gone, and the canal below has broke through, - wash ing' away the railroad embankment and track oa the-O-bntt.' -v . 4 5 r We caunot particularize half 'the casu alties, bat hope, ibrvepoite ate exaggerated. How the 'Canals are to "be put in order we don't know. '''The Legislature provided ex penses sboulLke.paid out of the earnings, ' whichjs tliis case,? looks like cutting a roan's jiands'oeF and telling him to mnke his'iiBg"byofk.-Vv; rYj ' The Sc16toJbr6ke''thrbugh'tb'e National road between here brifl; 'Jranklihlori, hav ing overflown Ridgeway'e levee, thus inun datiHg tha bottom Jaodii of Brdgeway aud SuHrvatrf.' SuI1iv-ntVl. levee proved all suffice!, and bad Ridgeway's held, no wa ter would have got on the bottoms between tbia city and Fraaktiatewa. The - latter leree wtitbe-rephired" W soon as tbe flood subsides, and be made several . feet above high "water roark..Co??oi Journal. . . Air Administration Democrat Tar bed akd Fe athwibd; Dr. Holacber was tarred and feathered in Atlantic city, Qa.; oa the 24th- nit., for having iw his posses sion incendiary documents, 4 This ' is-., the old chap who preached here from the steps of the couathouse a couple of months since, and sold picjtrres jppud, jamphlcts. Lou. Cou.p , K v .'.r-?--! ' f - v. ; , He is the same bid coger who was is this city a few weeks ago selling ' ."Demo cratic Platforms," with a picture of Bu Ahaan and Breckmridge hoisted.' We be lieve he made a speech in the house of Rep reprentathres, at the noon recess, one day during hisaojourp here. We know he did in tbe Senate ; and we saw several Demo mtfcMembrB pnrchasing bis "platform.'' Ha professed W be uH4Soutbero .in r his views;" and when we see or hear" of any Hattets teanrmakjag awi.'ptofesaBo set him down infallibly as a wolf in sheep's tlothiijglbJVWK ' "it'i This "old chapl js the .samo "old cod ger" who was in this eity at tbe time of the Demoeartie Convention, "hat wad four Douglaa delegates to Chareston. The old hound, was peddling -Demoeratic Plat forBU,"a -reryjnoenliary document, I-with pictures of thcaa aichinoendiaBas, Bochaa an and Breckinridge, on tie comers, We knew then be was a wolf ia sheep's in clotb ing'aid &al grateful that tbe virtuous ,ciu-zane-of Atbwta, Ga found the old cuss out apd dressed- hiai itf his proper cjothing; v r jTbe Omaha Ecpvblican gives the list of persons who crossed tbe river at that point, in the four first days of April bound for the gold regie, as follows;: From Iowa, fifty-five men : from v Wisconsin,' twenty- thrae men ; from' New York; five men; from IH:nois, twelve men ; from Minnesota, twen ty-nine men not a woman in the lot. The Noisy Douglas Demonstration. 'H-:-' r f ' The Tribunals Washington dispatch of the 11th says 5 .----r T- &' large number of Western - delegated to tbe C harleston Convention, and camp followers, are bow eoHected here,, whose business it is to about for Mr. Douglas; The? make mock noise, bat little impres sion, A sysfem of exaggeration baa - been regularly organised, by which everybody is claused as favoring bis pretensions who k J not openly hostile. The delegations from North Carolina,; uoorgia, lenaioscB, and Maryland, are set down for Mr. Douglas, when each of them .has declared formally agsinst him. And sdof otheiiJtates'New York anion? tbe tuhW. His hichest vte will be tLwa tuaTfiist' ballots J After that--be .-will decline, - and d wind le dowa to forty or' fifty from the Northwest. The Eastern &tats will not stand over one fire and perhaps not so mnch?;--Kew York will ba in searcn ot a -camiiaate wno is to be'nominated, and reserve her strength for'hin), voting fitst for .some make-shift. JJcJJrectenriaige s managers from Penn sylvania are bare but making no headway. Mr. blidell is the mainspring of that move ment, seconded by Mr. Gwiri'.' neitliert of whom gives iim ureht,. 'They find it np biU work.-... . "-J.j. "- v .'. J- - Mr, Haster eoatiaes to lead on tho Democratic side, and the 'struggle-will mainly be reduced to hhn and Mr. Douglas, the South uniting on the former and the Nerti'drviding on the latter. . 1 Terrific Storms and Tornado. The past week has not only been ft very wet one along the valley of the Ohie and the Lake region, but in some quarters violent winds and vivid ' lightnings have been attendant oa the storms' "In Huron county considerable damage was done by lightning tlie , evening , of -the 7th, a barn having been struck and burned near New London, another in Fitchville, and two horses were killed in a stable near Ripley. In Champaign county a tornado did more or less injury to buildings, forests and fences, and on the night of tbe 9 th the townships of Sharon, Clinton, Miffia and Jefferson, in Franklin Co., wore visited with the most temfie' tornado ever known in the vicinity. ' Forest were torn up, barns and sheds blown down, and a number. of aui raaU killed, fa Clinton, one end of the Wesley Chapel was blown in, Mr. Srygh bad two barns prostrated and several cattle and hogs killed,, and a stable containing three horses wr.s lifted from its foundation and carried some distance with but slight injuries to the animals. A buggy was driven some ways into a field, where the top was wrenched off aud carried away. All fences crossing the track of the hurri cane were scattered, and a vast amount of limber was prostrated. : Trees measuring wo feet iu diameter, - were twisted off, some of them falling in the direction oppo site to that iu which the storm was travel ling. Fortunately it did not touch Co lumbus, bat passed a little distance to tho northeast of the city. ; A- M. E. Conference on Slavery j The Kentucky Annual Conference of the M. Church recently held at" Ger mantown, Ky., unanimously adopted a re port, declaring it inexpedient for the Con ference to make the general rule on the subjectof slavery more stringent. The Committee ia the report adopted by the Conference say : : - ! Altltougu citizens ot Kentucky, we are not the advocates of Slavery. We believe it- (o be morally wrong, and relatively mis chievous in alt its tendencies. We consid er it .an evil, even in its most tolerable as pects. We deeply regret and anxiously deplore its cxistenca in this or any other country; and in relation to our own partic ularly, we pledge our exertions and influ ence, m an appeal to alt just ana Jawtul means and methods for its removal, when ever such exertions and influence can be brought to bear without iufringing the right of others constitutionally secured in lha construction of the Federal Govern ment. " ' . .. Prize Fight--Time Changed. . The intelligence by the" late 'arrival is that the time of the fight between' Heenan and Sayers had by the consent of all par ties been changed from the 16th to the 13lh of April., ( Letters from Heennn's friends make tbe announcement, and stale that the Benecia Boy is in tip-top fighting condition, i The N. Y.' Post says: , T " , '-'The change was made in consequence of the exertions of interested pnrties to prevent the fight taking place in Hie vicin ity of MiUen Hall, Suffolk county. Thro' their efiorts, the Directors of the Eastern Counties Railway refused to furnish a spe cial train. It is understood that the fight will taks, place on Friday, the 13th inst., about one hundred miles north of London. The place al which it was originally in tended the bglit should have taken place, is a village about eighteen miles from the town of Newmarket. The Father of the Ohio Press. , Father Saxton, of the Canton Reposito ry, announces' that his substantial old sheet has entered upon its Forty-Sixth volume. For forty-five years has been the editor and publisher, and he says "He is, thank God, still bale and hearty, and able, to do full duty at the case, i He attributes his good health, uninterrupted vigor of intel lect and body, to his rigid temperance and correct political principles. Our paper shall contioue lb be, as it has ever been, an opponent of pro-slavery Democracy.'! Our old friend Saxlon is atnodel printer and Editor, as well as man. He is an honor to the profession, and is honored and beloved by all who knew him.' May bis .days be long in' the land.--jWeZand Leader. . . - .-'- - " ,- - . . - a Gkqhoia Repudiates Douglas. Whether the South will bolt atCharles ibiv if-Douglas is nominated," remains to be eeea ; but of obe thing we feel very con fident and that is that thousands of Dem ocrats in Georgia teill bolt the nomination of the Convention if Douglas is the nom inee. No "argument, of expediency,' nor even apprehension of a Black Republican triumph, can induce the "Democrats of Georgia to endorse Douglas' squattier sov eteignty beresy, which in its practical ef fects, would be as fatal to the rights of the South in the Territories as any dec trine preached by Seward himself. :' Those Southern journals who have interpreted the action of the late Convention .at Milledge ville, ie -sending delegates -to Charleston : ninsttucted, as favoring tbe nomination of Douglas, have done injustice to the Conven tion and the Democracy of Georgia. (Sa-1 vannah News. . Arrival from Japan. . ' Last -. C sLforaia advices aflouaee the arrival at San Francisco of a Japanese ship, the j Candinmarruh, direct from Jeddo, bringing over Lieut. Brooks, and artist, Mr. Kern who were recked off tbe coat of Japan, This ship is at ant courier of The U. S. Powhattas daily-expvcted with' the Japaneae grand Embassy, i S .' The courtesies at San Francisco were very langble-'growiBg eat of Japanese etiqeette. , ';-' -;The following we. cut" from the San Francisco corrispondent of the New York Timet;?' V :-: -. " Sorott; of tbe -officers came on shore Un der th guidance of Lieut. Brooke, on Sat- uruay nignt. eai a . vnnsitau omuw hoti,-nnd "experienced the luxuries of ios creams." When mvited to a batn they de clined, on the ground that - the - Admiral must precede them in any. such privilege. -. TJext'day was Sunday. Our eity offi cials knew scarcely ' what to- do.; If they invited the distinguished Pagans to Cbarcb it might alarm their sensitiveness, for they have had a national experience of Jesuits; if they ienored . all church going, it would scarcely be the Uiiug for a Christian city's fathers. At last, four of the Supervisors, headed by the President, Teschemaker, (we have no Mayor, yon know,) were row ed off to tbe corvette- were announced ns of rank enough to talk familiarly with even the admiral, were sagaciously saluted, and then invited the strangers to Bee tbe cify under their escort. Tho -Admiral agreed, but it took half an hour to man age the order of the going. . The Ad miral proposed te take his own boat and certain ofhis own men; ho invited Tesche maker to ride with him,' but' would ' not hear of the proposition that 'his men" should so too. Lieut. Brooke had a hard job of it to convince bis Honor that Tes chemaker was no better tuan "his men, te wit, the other Supervisors.- Finally the Admiral and the President were rowed off together, and "the men" of the tv?o offi cials despatched in another boat. On land ing, our President, politely leaped ont abend, to help the Admiral out, and had a narrow escape of giving offence by thus taking a precedence. - Tbe two walked up side by side mutely ; tbe -others, in careful order of rank the democratic crowd hu moring the strange notions of etiquette by opening for the strange gentlemen to pass to their carriages. Here another half hour was spent in gelling the right order to rank. Then up to the International par lors. Forluuatcly our modest little Irish Governor, Downey, was iu town.- Hearing what was up, he went over to honor the occasion. Entering with a single compan ion it look all the faith tho strangers could command to believe that a little man in a black coat, with no reliuue, could be a gen uine Governor. WThon it was fairly com prehended, and the interpreter bad turned certain classical Japanese into broken Eng lish and sundry California Executive com- pluuents into Japanese, the Admiral ex pressed a desire thnt the Governor would order'a dry dock prepared to give the cor vette a thorough overhauling explaining so clearly that no interpreter was needed to render it, that the Xnnkees should not be out of pocket for their courtesy in this business, mis excellency, wuu a siraigui face, signified thai it should be -done as promptlv as the lumber schooners now oc cupying the dry docks could be got ready to launch. White these two high grands thus consulted, the other officials, return ing to the carriages, were being conveyed through the principal streets.1'-'' Arrival from Japan. Special Notices. . DIL HOOFLAND'S : GERMAN BITTERS, ' ' ' " axi ..,'. .... . .. . . . DR. IIOOFL,A0'.S BALSAMIC ,, -r COBDIili, The great ttandard mcdicina of the preterit age, hare acquired their great popularity only througk yean etf trial. Ut&mtnded. tatifac tion is rendered ly them in all eaeee; and the people have pronownted them vcorthy. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility of the Serious Srstem, lL ; Diseases of the Kidneys, - and all diseases arising from a disordered lictr or Keakneet of the ttomact rtmi digaliee ? organ, are speedily avid permanently cured ly the GERMAN BITTERS. ; ;, . ; . The Balsamic Cordial last acquired a reputation turpasemg that of any similar prt ' paration extant It will vire, tmthoct tail, the most severe and long-standing Conga, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Ia fluenza, Creep, Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption and hat performed the most dslonUlmig caret ever known of . . '- Confirmed Consnmpticn. ; A few doset teill alto at once ehtck- and cure the most terere Diarrhoea proceeding , from Cou m rna Borris. - These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson & Co., No. 418 Arch Street, Phila delphia, Pa., and are told hj druggists and dealer! in medicines everywhere, at 75 cents per ioltle. ,Tht signature of C Al. Jacksox . will be on the outside wrapper of each bottle. In the Almanac published -annually by the proprietors, called Evxbtbobt'S Auiasac, ' yoa will find testimony and 'eomnienddtory i notices from att parts of the country. jThtte Almanacs art given away by all our agents. SOI.B BY H. TERtilW, Hill-rskorK, O., n Dealers generally. - - . ' t . . Aug. 18, l&S-T-vSnOZ-! Mm. C. F. Brister, cditreM or Newark (0.) Timet witen In her paper of Ja nuary 29, 1S69, as follows: (yVe know that Dr. Ro'back's Scandinavian Hens dies are all they claim so Ije. The Dr. preaeated M with few bottles of bis Scandinavian Blood Purifier and boxes of his Blood Pills last snmracr, which put now life into ns. They itrrlgorato, etrenfren, and leave the system in a better condition than simliants usually do, ana have depressing effect. We feel safe in recommend ing the Blood Pnrilier to all suffering from debility, be the cause what tt may, the Pitls have this peculiarity, they are powkktullv active, and at the same time leave the patient stronger end ia an improved oonditlon, differ ent from most drastic remedies. Try them with the Blood Purifier and you will ferl like many who have been relieved, and willing to add yonr testimony to their effi cacy. ; - '. . - See advertisement. - - a-.. Arrival from Japan. Special Notices. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, April 19, 1860. Flour... .fC,757,00 Clovergeod. .... $3,5tt Budkwhuat flour $1(1 Flaxseed.... ,w...$lj)0 Ryeflour $ cwt. fl 0 Tirao y do $2,0G$2j25 Wheal.. fl,13(St 1.55 Green Apples 50 Cora --50 Dried Apples ,'...$1,25 OaU...., ,, ,-33 Dried Peaches.,.. 1 2,00 Rye 75 Smoked Horog 89 Barley 5055 Smoked Shoulders.., 7 Butter..,.., Smoked Sides 7 Eggs ..,-..,- JUi-es'dPork f4$55 Lard 9 .:.-; ,. - T. BLAKKConstable'a Saleaand Jut. tice'a Snmntons for letthiii office. J . E BE SHARD T , Maiitifaotarer 4iid pealeTr m a.rble;woR s. Uonnments,Tdinbaand Bead Stones an hand anaasanc to order on the shortest possible notice, and at aBeb. low prices too that will astonish the native. . . 5 " . . , t J.JSDKBHAEBT. Shop on Una Street. ' ... , . , - r t: " April 12, 1MB. ..j . THE BEST HORSE IX OHIO. , DiG BOSTOM- ? BIO BO STOIC made bU four list seasons la TToojltrti bat he will be kttit the nm-nt aetUren mt Ltrett, Holmes coantr, Ohio, eommenring on tbe 2d dkj of April, ind foKiiit oa tbl&tii mf Julj- - mf D4Mmxmi un amtuigiiisbed nee nonie,wm oe ex tbeifay term of Court, t the tbUX Um O bio Ho m, where all who wish to sac ttim or engage his erriref will have an ojrtaDitj, ( PEDIGBF.R- Bip Boston wu bred br Km. BUbarn, Votxlfuid rofutr, Ksntaekj, who imported Snort Imp. Morgan Imp. Stmreigtt American Eclipse, shark. La tea, Br troner. John Riiiciimh, Port Boj, Arah, ttrar Kajle, Wagoner. Canteen and l4d Boston, the strongest race horse tbe world ever prodaced. As tbe competitor of the world renowned Fashion, Boston carried 120 lbs mod ran 4 mile in 7 miaotes 33 seconds; a feat that was nercr equalled by any horse in America- Big. Boston was aired by Boston, be by T into line, be by Sir Arehy,Be by imported Diotnedc, be by r'longeli, he by tbe Godol phin. Dam Polly Hopkins, by Bertran, great dnaoSa tilia, irreat, jrreat frrand dam by the Imp Iusaro He is 10 hnn.J, w. iphs Red bay, black legs, mane and tail. He has run his mile in 1 minute and SOsee ondk; half mile in in 50 second;, never was thoroughly trained, bat showed speed in his trials coital to the last ?f. He is a half brother to Lexington that wan sold for $15,000; also to Leeompte that waa soM for $10,000, by W. Wells to Mr. Ten Broek. These ma the fftaat race between America and Kolaod. For beauty, atrenrh, action and lina figure Big Boston is not mrpassed hy any horse in America. At tbe Wayne County Fair.last fell, be took the sweepstakes over the French. Korman th.it sold immediately after the Fair for $S00. He also took the premium over the Mess horse, Black Sampson, that was sold for $500. In tact t use the language of Judge Cox and a thousand others, he is a perfect bone. Sorue Ten of hi? colts took premiu:ns at said fair. TERMS: Fifteen dollars for insurance. ' v DAVID MARMOX Owner. JASPER POCLSOX Groom. April 5tb, 1860-34 - - Dr. S. D. RICHARDS, - IOCAT23D la Berlin, Holmes eoantv, Ohio, will j attend to tfil calls proper te bisprofeasioa. ; 3rivsBecial ttentioa to fliers tea of the je. April 12, lStO Si. DISSOl,UTIOV. THE partnership hnretofore existing bctweee John Kberhardt A Co. in the marble busi ness, is this day dissolved br mutual consent. The books and acco-jnts arc is the hands of John Kberhnrdt. who will still caxr on the baatness in JtU its rarraua branches. - V. . , JOHN EBERKATtDT ACo. Slillursburg, A pril 4th, 1869 iS4lt ' Admirustratora's Noti se. i' NOTICB in hereby give that tha nnderaign od was'this day appointed and qualiSetl as the Administrator of the estate of John WJga mott, dee'd., late of Holmes county, O. ... , . - . ... DAVID McCULLOCH,- ' ' - Administrator. I April, 6, I860. n34tf.- r ' : ( " - STOP HIM! THERE came to m tables on' -the 19th of March. 1860. a well dressed and gentlemanly behaved man, about 35 pears old, and hire? of me a horse and buggy, representing that he was going to the country to buy stock. &c, since whieh -time. J have, not een him. Tbe horse was a white one, aboat 12 years old, with a mark on the left fore shoulder, representing a burn. The bed of the buggy was brown, the running gears flesh color. . - - - - - . - r , Any person return said horse tnd buggy jtr giring in formation where they may be had shall be liberally re warded. v;; ; ". ; cauerox., Millersburg, 0, Aprfl Ji, 1800. ; . j -? ,.j t JtThe Cadiz Republican and Salem Republican will copy to the amount of $1 and send bills to this office fur collection. .- ORE AT EXHIBITION Hbw Spring and Sommer Goods! HAS returned from the Eastern Citira where lie bought a very large and desirable stock of Goods ot every kind, which ha paw offers t) tbe people of Holmes County At low prices. : ' HIS LARGE STORE ROOMS Aro filled full of the latest styles pf Pew J SPRING & SUMMER GC3DS. And an invitation is extended to the; people of the County and the rest of mankind to call and examine this stock before buying elsewhere, as by so doing tney may save money. ' ". - i V I L. MYERS, Millersburg,-April 5, I860 n33tf AlTEAITlOir WANTED. ' TT those knowiofrtberosetveeindebtra to ns either by X note book account, that we mast have money. If yon cannot pay all of vour indebtedness, oblige ns by paying apart oz ll, ana tnat as sows possioir. ... .. . .J.-AB8AH a: OCXC. March IS, 1960 4w. -, ' . Relief for Hard Times ? IT AT i B. COIIN'S CLOTHING STOfiEf w HO has received one of largest and most exton- aire a&sorutmcats or . SPRING & SUMMER CL0TK.NS - Eves offered ia tbia county. ttoths,Cassimere8rVestings, S Together with a very large assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishhig Goods, Which I am deterWnacd to sell at aueb low figures a -. jrill as to fish tbe citizens of tbis and ad : - ? I- ioinlag eeuntiea, and tbe rest - - "w of mankind in general. . ' - Hj stock of goods which is unusually large, has been seiectec. wuu ere at care ana especially nr tnts market. I would, therefore, hmte all my oU customers and tbous- . -'- sand new ones toeaH and examine Magnificent Assortment of Clothing, - Cloths, and Gentlemen's fumUfatng good-s eonprising 1 vvcrj aructe 01 geauemcn s wear. v r HATS, HATS, HATS, HATS, uaps, , uaps, .,. caps, ' Caps, N N TBUiTKS TnUiVKSj THCiK, iValisesj Valises, l Valiaea a ! C COToVvQ ' . A very large assortment of the lafteT styles, i r tyl am weU atsurpi) ast yoa will be infted bi the vies, analitv and nrice of all such articles of wear as styles, quality and price of I shall oeTer yen, - Touwill aet the worth of yaae aieo ey in superior goods, sly customers and the people geneiatly, may rest assured that of the Ready-Matte genejaiiy. Clothing ki :iotbingBeptiaituieroanc,inere in ' i in one iwaae ai uome, tut all brought from abroad, and of those I assert that I always ee- tho tWJ boat in market. at 3 y : aanaeatsaf all kteds made to order oa the aaartcat sotice and warranted to fit. I AO FIT IN SALE. i Soaome and see my stock before pnrehsaing aad sret i good bargain for your money, on the aimer of Mala SndWsahington Sta, ' BENJAMIN COKVt." j April , lwu aa , . ImprMxion Paprr Assorted colors for taking rat terns, (or sale at toe,- . , BOOK 8I0RK. . uzzm ikot uzzsi Patronize yottr om Tards.',' New Lnmber Yard jnst opeard In i Mfflersfcarg, j ''XEAR' TBE RAILROAD LAXDISG. WHEKE Tr C.tr ALWAIS JKT at ClevdaaJ nrieea, (night tethmlacr ajcj,) all pSJe and poplar luiieer. Shingles and PUstering Utas,.. - MATCHED FLC VIlUiS & Saatllt3j w""':,Sasli andDoors;;; EmVarin all Che Taiielie usunlly roan in l.vniber Tarda obe warm V aslrt be blie aattoentsm-nwaateM ing thai they shall be fairly deait itb. lur prt-aeat Bssiwtwirnt is Terr gnod, bat we expect to made additions to it from day to day, as the wants of tbe eevntry are ttneterstood. GIVE US A'CALt. ' March ,1S0.: . r. . : S. W.EXOs - MiIIersbnrg;A(demye: rpiIIS Inati I utiua trill b apeun o SIowIav , JL April lotli, for atorou f tivc aiuBllift.. ;lo patnutage ( ill Miblia u aolitilwl--..,' - ..-; rrira.iry stI-nts, i . s eyj.OO pM- term. -' f.m "-"- -'J-10.00 k R. D. R'BISt)S. 1 K. W. SrEKSCHER. '' Assoeiale Prinpijwls. EngliHlt branches, Langnagcx, - M.-ircu 29, 1-360. CHEAP GOODS Just receiving at WERUM'S CO ICE AND SEE. To Farmers. TtlE undrrsirntd oners Tor sal at Ms shop, tmSes south of MUleraburg, on the Coshoctoa road, a large ..CtoiV&C,-".": " : These articles are all nf tfis own aianehwtare and war raote4 peefeet. Asseaa h .lws neay e fcaaa the UUmm, Eagle, the J. Long, end Obio Mow! all well knowa, te be nrat rate flaws. Jllsa, .. , : , ;' "A ,-i 'Farraew' Grates, of various patterns, kept on hand f.r sale. - . . .. jonx FRY.1 March tt, 1600. - j -. j ii.. SPKIJ STOCK, 1 860. BOOTS & SHOES, ."'HATSCAPSf"'- Bonnets, Flowers," &c, t&a, AT WHOLESALE, .- WABBAMKD CSIFOKM I ttlAI.ITY. JAMES P. TANNER, ; No. 56 "Wood Street, Pittsburg, NTITES tfaeattentioa of his cwsstiiDers. and Mer chants generally, to itis Terjrarfct' asiKfi-tnient of fcc parcfaant-d tiireet from theICRW RViAND man ufacturas, which tor extent, rartt ty and durability,, from isTttpriarite, and sdaptation te the wants of all sertinm, is nut 'surpassed fn this nr anr other cit t. ' Prices shall be as low a those of Philadelphia or Xcw York. All are - tmlea to- m exammatloa e mn jsnpertor stork. r - : - - ---- -i T" . ' Orders i(ttrasfef to IriM nhsH ftmnmev) W prompt aavd mw.eular attention, aava urn iMMukiw .xcaua. r. a. Afeutior bOftptrvAiiie4 suhs ami enees. . FJtESII jf 'Garden d- Field jBstrecciv '4 at the BosI Store LUBINS' CELEBRATED EXTRACTS, FaTikvi WwtMutvMaS. Muskyo: i f-r: N. Mown Hay,. Magnolia, ' " Rose, Sweet Clover, : Upper Ten, Jockey Club, rHoneymoonf -Frangipanni, Blessed Baby, . Kiss-Be-Quick, Something New. Lilly, , -1 Sweet Briar, violet, . Kiss-Me-Quick, Rose Gerrima?m Eescence of Love Patchouly, 7 - 7 New Mown Hay west End, - - Oriental Drope, Just received at the Book Store IMPORTANT TO EVERYBODY! Cireat Excitement ROCH'S CORNER. t HsTinc: iunt-rrceiveilfmrn th- Kaetem ( cities of tbe largest aadsessaseartaieate SPRING & SUMMER GOODS ., , Ever before brought t Hinersbarg. Their start- ranrfsss alt Itsada 5 Dry doodn, Groceries, (Jueensware, litis : s in, boom k Kttoes, r Jet, cc. KOCH'S CORKEB IS THE PUCE to find a large assortment at blain aad j fauqr Dress 8is, He 1 -sines, berarea, ! kcaasl ererr varMv w LaJiea' l)t S floods of tbe laket sin Irs. Ceil early ae . .am IMS. amen always re nari. KOCH'S CORNER IS THE M ICF f tt MATH ntnl Imtrhtar THUS aisaaassVa 4aaa ( reftftont wbkb will Iw inkdc nwoilcat to KOCH'S CORNER IS THE PLACE ( tbay rmt CloWin, Ceimtnvrn, Vtsttaja i eawaJ r,e...a. a, .11 aj. x . W KOCH'S CORNER IS THE PUCE to aad PaaiaMr Huawls aad Monti tlae ia ! great abundance, and to buy them cheap. KOCH'S CORNER IS THE PLACE J to buy fftwda tthtmp hemnm they arc i . KOKH'S CORNER IS THE PLACE ( where win alwas And get the highest jaaagora a i na lowest aasnjtila ngures. . iiiil. iur wm yoo nave mi aeii KOCH'S CORKER IS THE PLACE S rhrthy wp. by poHtMM and fair s f!nliti(r to pell a (treat many good tbia 3 Spring and Summer. Wa have tb fraetla mau no cnargea tor laowmg ttmau 5 Thankful fof p$tmt ramrmi reifwctfoS 5 ly nrg upon tbe public not. to forget Koch's Corner is the Place. rTpHK part nership heretofore existing ander. the assae X and stile of McOrorv a: CraiKheaiL is tbis day dis- solved bv mutual consent. All those amwiagrhemservea nadebtea to the late ftjm are respectfully Invited so eell and amhe settlement without drlay. 1 aanst have mo ey. - SAMI EL McCKUnV. Slillershurg. March ", 1SS0.-31 i : I So fer ... ...... .-'un xs rr B, -lHNfesTOCKiSfCo. ! . ;.j";r Corner f Vood anS First Blrla,- ! ! Drags;Paind;QUsiDyeStuffs;&c i uiiiLMl$Ei Leas ai i14ihage. aUvisg Kaiiiealt Fartser ine Terk aaa WMerpUa eaavaauntagaef sflihaagasia tin arket, we are eenale taeaU aa aa favoiakse t same as tstef Jeeaaag Miiwi. - ar Sole -Proprietors bf BrA.Fahntek VIMMted V-iiniRig,. i Scv fllrD ? L- A. i't r A H.N its .It Hac beta analjrred bje conspcteair Cfctmins. ut'titt mytt'Jf&tntm .-r p.irtMs.'WkB Ae foDowing roulrt: iMf '' if r rrr- ' - ." .' : t '; u, -. , .,:'- ..;,:... r. ... Analysis tt Ttmsn. 10 WXRS WXttHTMLtt.sampU faraiaW lr Ms-sa. vffat Wo ! exaoHnad tke ktc a( WUt ietiT, groond ia oil, bnadad "Pox, widt Xsead". ttt4 b4 U to be rtpttatttfrtLa 30U aita of ika auxtui ftuaiaaael il'ii V.e4. .WasM-On, ui.4..ij.i;wAA'.iU -61 lBTte,iiU!.t .-.-;i-Ki-(,is .ri. r w es."vv. la w.'s t caa ;2rrM AaalTii of A. A. HATES, Km- ttv Aiimywr of aitnchneatti, of mmalm taraisk t . . by Meitrt. LIQJa, IHOJLB k CO. of rittalmrfb, 7 ; ' Hampia of lead in Oil wsaBljjvxl sli Waite iaael omty. i.;j m:.;,;:. r, We coin fbt pw WtirTs Lea sot nes ma manatee not qaatea sywaf ,h.i-: t J : : i J !'i...V..trsKr!" w;j i . , ri fe" rti tMsre.-iD THE qAMPAI ;! ' : -: Will iclil every day (liot'.gliout Commodious Store Ems,'MUlerstiurg, Ohio, -where the unparalleled. arriTalft SPBJNB AND 8Ur.rEfl ODDS ! Which have recently ben selected ami jasjr''re;eivt4. from tlie! Great Emporium' of tlia .'.: . '. ' 'IT:. New' World is ntttrnciiiig an jujroJ8?e crowd. -trtcur - OUR STAPLE, AND FANCYi DFVY GOODS Surpass all preyious stocks for Beauty, yVari" ir jottenoa "Were nerer before half ,sa attractive, and will mnsmilee of approTal . r.i ;. , froiu out; fair firiemds. xi -ri: Are just what tou need 'to iffiprove your beauty and restore youth. OUR DOOTS Su SHOES Cm"1 ?gBe and " wise, wiin strength 1 . :n ' fti derntUil OUR CLOTHS, C ASSir-aZHSS,"" I Testings, arc U rf tkis Springs , --.-..-:. -.-,- ;,!-VrdesV:i'. -M v' '. r ;.5 .. ". - OU R HARDWARE CBtrary, CtocUtf ice'., Lut bees better selected than OUR FANCY ARTICLES. Nolioiw, Sx., r too numerous to te ter, repeated embracing every ihing tlsiti a Mercliant kIiouIJ'vteep and a Customer - tiliould buy. ---- ;- v .: -:' M r- ! -awi.nir v.hrn n-'U n et tax ,rr: 1 . ; And now having purcli.w.l a XjAftGEK AX I BETTEH STOCK ihaa awor benvw-e ennfitrfnlly rriv nrmw tbe appriirttvm oi he ptibtia iem a nraetw anjeot tna nil . WrarriTrparptt to give PRIZES or PRKB1UMS im CASH m JROiPT PAY fiuraiare rrM nnl TnlMaJl ihnl nrp itiemiirr oncrva . ' r o . ,i X i 1 1 s t u 1- s ii ,1' a. , T O C G D S'J : -ss V12 na at -rfiul !' ,eii;i!. loo . v rewiES a wxicfhtmar. for any impurity, but found to oaireutof Oil : i.V.-x-;..-. A'fxr.A.''At BAYZS. only strict pxirtiy, hot i (jcgrfje of Jine- puter fcaniL w.j ta a vi -v .... - F t- . ' .v -,V- . :. t f H4 U F AHMSTOCK .& Cp. v i GNQEENED ! 3 poA ...i lae doming Spring unci Sbroiber'ai 'v, "r " ; 'u; n.:.J . CaMrVyssrVlaaCa. - MORE T0JJE AJPMIHED TllANsTHE Worn by ytSjMttwjmL Re ae U j 4ire otaamesa Him$clf prtnridtd f . r all oar Jlv-ukraUaotogb. 'tbe roav way blMu em MAbiihtly in tlieglntring flek, the e.ve be.erer sparlc Iing, tlt- trrth be thotvt of pearl. If tfec heaxt iaasaaca' Ha rTrritir, or lite hair he marled and abriwlcd, waraa mat dry. or wats still, if aprifitTtd with trny, nature will In more ban ha'f herrtitrmar fmt Wood Hair Ka tttoratirc. If u.ed twt or WiiVe time a a week, tf! restore and tieriimn'iitlr mrurr to all- atich an ermaiarDt- Kd- he fAllowinjr and jitdge. ' Tn irrit-r of thJ first it lie Dr. Wood: , T . . New York, AprU 10,,Ji5il -. - j J)tar 5 iV.IVrnrft itve to exprrto. tw too the ohligationa 1 an mdev for tlie- patina itmtiaav: pf my hair to Hi original color; At-nut tbe tin e of my arrtral ia ttie United taten it waa rapHTV lrrfoinh,jrrar, but apon tbe a-pILratiai of yonr Mti-0r Hcelonter" M noourto-w eed i4orif inM hue- 1 eoavidetyoar Rtrflhr an a very wonderful iurention. quite edwationa aaweilu agreratle. I am. dear sir. yoniv trnlr, - - r . - ! . TSAkBSBG. , , "DrjaGwjllctiydct,'rj ;.. Walsh XrTerofte, 13 KaaiuaL.J.nrlll2( 3S3B.-. 1'oa. O. J. WHOi Immt Sir, Oom meatk or aix weekn ago i meH ed a bottle of your Hair Reetorke and pare it my wilV, who eonclnded to try tt on bet hair, lit-Ue-thiDbinw t tho time that it wmM ieai m grwf hair to i4a original color, bat; to her aa wU a atj aar priae, alter a few weeka trial- it baa performed that wov dcrful eSmrt by tarniog all the gray bain to dark brown, at tbe aame thno beaut ffrinw and tbiekoolnv; the r air. fslronglr racoaaiaend the a bore Reatormtla to att oer autia i. wont of aoafc a eboadr ip their haiiv . , ; . , . t :'. ' CHARLES fcARDKTT., - -' Iflw Tow, July f 1857. Vntir.0. M. TVoow? With eoalvdenea do 1 teeapHoeed rourHalr RexdrOrmtlre. aa britoff tho moat affi roai mm xt rlrlareraaw, Hiaot using uor Hair Keatarativev aajr hair and wbioVer which were almost white have pralu allr prowB dark: and I now feci em.fierrttlat a lew inore apicatlatMwillaetvw1bom.ttM tt aUo Uao relWntd iu of all daadrog and twpioaaant Mob l"S comuroa awoug persona wua gexstre Tr.or. TTootr; Atioot twm Jrears ago my hair com menced la Ring off aaxl tanht)r frm t 1 waa ftt becoming bald, and hod trird many rotuedieotB no tMeoC t 1 cotar menred annf jour Jletiioratiia in January Hutu - A- htm apt lioation tantttned my hair final'. It began to Sir up, grow out, and tnmrd hack to ite former color, (Mat.)- At tbb time tt U fallf rtiiitored to i4a ortenal enloT. hoaltl'rand appauranea nod cbearfuiiy lecemn end ita aao toall. w . - . Tho Ieetoratie ta jflrt p 9n Wittleoof t feea? larjfe.T roemoaa, ana sawn; tnaamao doru. 9k m pnx, auo ivuuu tut on tftoUar ar bottle;- tlie aooduim boldo at loaat twenty, per cent, more in proportion to the email, it'taila for two dollars per bottle; the larre hoTda a quart, 40 par cevt airi-in aronOrtaon, ad retaUa for $3. - -i. O. 4 WOOD Vroprieeaea. 119 Broadway, Xew York, (in tlie great N- Y. Wire JUUiug JUUltiiUoaBLJ nd 114 Market 8t.. Inis Mn . For MI irt me BOOK & VARIETY fltor Choice Items; RIDER'S t!s 'rH ' 1 C E L EBRA TED 1 :a O0UBLE-ACT10K BEVDLVER I . The Amusing PARLOn PJSTOl! That ahoota without powder. C ARROLL'iS NewSewiiignacliiiie! perfect that allttie child e work it vittnrj UtUe inurucunn. SETHjTHOMAS CCOCKS, The heat ta the w'srld. ' ' ' -K.'' ,V. . i Th Celehsate .T vc-if ...-- Varaniad to cure weak eves aad eaoso tho old jo see , -j .Whine vigor ofvoutn agam, es...rn- y EUROPEAN tt AJfEJiICAiV- WATCHES & JEWELRY , oaaj atria or oaaUty deeiseaV v VI . Oneavlte the Comi Heaee, KllrereVarg, fli - March l,leu. Notice, , Ulf nmrersljrBed has heenj nly (rnallBe-as aorlrnoo of JamesM. 1 isilelior. la truat W .u ko odito. he eredetereare horehv uvtiaod to preeant their esalaM allows nee. Lakeville, Jan. 1T.1W0. Assignee. f Lam rwael 1 ,-W. 4ir mm mm 1 w ttasis to am1 j JiiBS r1LVB&-&UWSZJL B 12108 j IBBIf Kt--:H u ! We hare a4de fh onV soek o? tfardwar,. a general ' taenrtwMri of Jff Yerl aad BwaalaSole Lewtlser. Fwral Calf Skias. aeet Jarse Hsbbi Wsavl'saar, CuasO Km. -seSrCoaatrjr CalT, Mea aas Women's Inneo, earlene colors of Sbeep' linnlnea, Bialinga BriaCols, tecetfaer with a complete, aasoi fluent ef Shoemakers' Flnftfnra, aien, lasts, Mssi and Sore tMesna, lleea, Fkleae no, eonuBon Clamne. Fatewt ao, Hen'a Patent Boot Tree. eo comareet, sageHMT wst a tscraKaorrasei2t ef ; Oils, I'auxts. &c, . such as hite Lead: laaa ia. Oil, Ziae ia oil, Zinc iar Varniah. j'usssei at asis Ceeeas ta oil, Browne aaa t'ssbers ia orl, also, drx, Black Falat ia oil. ladks or Cooch Painters Blkek la on. French l.lawW Brver, Pat ent Drrer, Vamlahes, Pnlishi or. aa4 fwroKare Varsuoh, Red Iad la Oil. SpiriU ol Terpentine, Paint kills. Oils, ie- te- Sx. .B.1rElRlCH 4.BF.0. I Feb. . IKO-Kwa J)(,:, Ii, ,,' NOBODY ELSeiMSTnEH. fpUB PAHAOOW CAMPS "r A ' aVaTQil. sav oao-fowrLa I llgM ID sthaaaa, other ua oil IsAilS aiid bHTnaao.aaore.oil. or a ante, mmimn Bwieenr free aa avaek Ughtoa thias laoilha aad K aaeaaaaaa esiaeeassa aaeasarr. of Baraefw. (whieh oaWHtot Msr lasap) Bhodee, wround Cbiaseys, Bronhes, Wtri: Han4 and H.gipg Lamps, OU of the very best quality- .-' j l,; V CMnumttr on Wtn4:."rV c:. 1 -9Tt Bt Removal of the, St Nicholas ! ANKEOT'S CORNER. THE proarieaaeehave leased her a ami of rears, the above well known rooms, aad taorooghlj repaired and refitted these, nosing in Uittoa of a ladies noon; fc eeroervarotj W.1 e havo'ahwaiMedto ear GROCERIES 4 FrOVlSICIeS. wMsiwwUtse41jt thej aieas raassteaahf teram Oar stochoi,,--;' a.,u ..... CONFECTION Af? IS, fc tahO fcl'ntoaaVd OatMrf COApll'tO' 1B jftaaVfakOl.t- Otm PilltAOOZT LAT.TP ,a i ... . fa CoaTOU Is the ' BEST liMPHiHMERlCivL; A full supply of tanspa and 0 eoastaatry on oand. OUR RZFRE&HSZZUT RQCZ23 aratoe teslc stilHissoifcanoi oasl at eattaaaai aa sua-, plied aithowrjtliim ttto whet linn s. . , -. IiieMwpo'waatajea roH eadlnloaf t. . n T rvv,'ri- i c-.vsrr rw.y ,m P v ?: -5,r, Th ra-aeit awaapaw assu awh nine Itse a Wa lJJiaadarheriyhVoteathM.atsor4.ag lD.neveieaeetiea-W'n to lhr Booh Store. aa4.i a bottle ef PsiBntnan Hair- H, Ot Morrow, en tlal thaa dsay load JeaUocoKeat. -a w!.. .T" I Jt the crevOten ef A. He SaJSa aw. -rC;t T'tosHWMeoi hew heea wnpMe by the fVnliate 13 Coart ofHesiae. tenertst, OlHo.oMMuW.erf lao - estate o 4. U. iasito, oao'd, r fiiseotr j aajolveeaV- TSajZft-iJm- m.!rM tb aele f thia aotiea ia auewotrto ueulluratn nrlao la . 4 v.-.. .i.: . I " sasas. . The aSbsesthei' writ attend to tao-5, "Py f mi rpaiie.i.at.as oasotSoeso aa tawa of lliUershurg, Holiaoaeouatr.Ooio. oathoMof Honk - 'YZ "d 7th deva oflprU, IS), and the tth ear ' g . e'Hoch, ia the taVforoaoos of each -1 of soid doye. Taleas eae of Jaaaarv. tana. . . uiQiA x!J i; 'V, , OSL JOHX HOUStOM, Co