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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY. [Continued from First Page.] [No. 34.] AN ACT To amend section three of an Art entitled a "Act of lU Jwwdirtion ntriProen-- dare-befertf Justice of the Pence, nd of the Dalies of Constables, in tQuU entf4j osW 9at. T iw section three f aa act apntita. - .juriadictioa and procedure before Jj "J! t. aaTj-i w Ouastsnlen An CM. Conita." passed Mar J IS53 "T aa toread aafolhrwa: r TV. W JerSr ftwAaldcr --t fj7 be held to answer any "T -g- bim by a jt-tao. ia a na Iwwar- .hiprf soak ewirsyarT than the cm where be shall leeidr, eseept as otherwise provided by geetioa tw)- tniaant ami in tlseeanwnjUow- first Wbt-re Otere sball be no Justice of tha Peaat & MTaaaipia wbiea tine defendant may rvswie; ", . . . ' ; Second--Waer 4le eniy Jastice "mMiag therein asinU. rented nltntiweraw; ar. Tbird-Wacf keabaU tut artsted a father, fallier-ia-law, son, son-ia-law , brother, am her-iu-lar, gurdiaa, want, ancle, aepaew.tw cassia, to either of tba parties, aad there is ao justte in the township eampeteat la try the cause. i In.lha foregoing excepted cases the action maylxv tough More any justice of aa ad joining township of the same cuuutv, and the Justice shall art: s an bis docket the warn of Iiis taking jorasdjtXsoaw vfc: ..d'wvi- Fourth What Jhd summons ia accompanied withjis order to attach projwrly, the jarisdic-. Uon nhaH b oo-earteaaixe with- the aountr.-" 1'ith When two nr more penoaa shall be jointly or jointly and severally bound ia any debtor cuntracr, or "atherwise Jointly fiabla ia the onme actios, aad reside in different town ships of the same connty, the plaintiff, ta&f eornroenee his action beure e Justice at the township fn "which 'airy of the peraoas lia ble may reside; except that ra joist actions against makers sad endorsera of notes, due-bills or bills of exchange, the actioi shall be com meaeed ia the township whereone of the rig inal makers, drawers and endorsers reside, aad if it be claimed by the plaintiff that aa raitois er endorsed the 'Bote or bill at the time it was made, and the jtaHsdieHoa depend t hereon, be ll re tne justice saauuuee j&rdr4i0tt,.Uie plain tiff, or some person for him, shall file aa athda vit setting forth the fact. .5-- ri. Sixth la case of trespass to real or Dersneal property, il shall ho lawfail to bring the adiutt in iuc lowasoip wnore me trespass waa eoaMDU ted, or in the tuwasbrp where the trespasser, or any one of several trespassers urstde. 8kb. 2. That acetioa three of the ari to which this is amendatory, be aad the same is- nereDy repaalaev, .-, xs.-. . Sec This act shall take effect and he ia force from and after its RICHARD C. PARSONS, Speaker the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK, President of the Senate. March 10, 1860. [No. 35.] AN ACT To amend and act OTtilled "An Act to f tovitlo or the establish roont and gov ernment of Reform Schools," passed. April VJ859., Sectios 1. Ik it enacted by the Gen eral Auemlly of tit State of Qhio That section ten of the act aforesaid be as amended as to read as follows: . . . Sec. 10. If shaH he lawful for the Board ot Com miasnmenr aforesaid, to reeeire opon said Reform Fsrm, sad d tats there onder their eoa trel aad gaardiaesbjp,eech amis yooth as may he receive aad detained ta Hoaacaof Befrare, under sections six, strsa-eiht aad nine, of said act, en til led -aa ant to aath at iau tha estsMish ment of ilesaea f flefege.' and the manner and lorm presenhed ia sect was tea and terra of ssid set, rvtvaorwee tether xami net iocs sad comaiitaml of aceh yooth, is hereby extended u aaa anau ae aata as aray 10 me axaausauaav aad commitment of yonto to said Reform Farm; and aD powers rested by the act aforesaid ia the Board of Dhtctorsof heesesof Reftige.wilh reference to soch imtittitions, is herrrrv eonJer- rcd upon said Hoard of jCoatmiasioaera, is ref-. erence to the Btata ifetorat rarra. v ..jr. n -. SacflecUoa tfteea of the act aforsBii! shall be so amended as to read as follows: Sbbv lb, The forests fiardiaae e( any yocth com Bitted, to any .Bnhrsi School, amy be required hy 4be awtheritiea of said School to pejr a weekly charge for thasapport of said youth, aotexceediai; one dollar aaa fifty cents, tie money so received to the duly report ed and expended, as ether awaers, for tha bene fit of soch Reform School, aad 'said pareatser guardians may also be required to pay the ex penses of rerooriag said youth to ihe Reform School and of returning him to his friends, i. " &nx S. -fieetioiie ten and fifteen of the act aforesaid arc hereby repooleaV 4.". . Sso. 4.- Thie art shall take effect npoa its paSSSge. -- a r.S ow.4y RICHARD C. PARSONS, RICHARD C. PARSONS, Speaker of the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. President of the Senate. March 10, 1860. [No. 38.] AN ACT Regnlatiiig the payment of Costs in Pros ecutions for Minor Offences.- i : t t Sfcnos 1..B it enacted by lie Gener al Aesetbly of the Stale of Ohio; That no costs taxed by any justice or toe rcace, or Mayor of any cit or looorporated Tillage ia the State of Ohio,ia proseratinai hi c i ft or commeno ed before them foe any- oftence, the puaiihrnrnt whereof is lees than imprisonment in the Peniten tiary, shall be paid out of the county treasury, unlets snmformatioa shall he filed lu the proper court, or a bill of indictment be found against the person or persons charged with sach offence. t ,- -Ssc-2. That sections one and two of "an. act to amend and explain the act of the 7th of March 1 842, concerning the powers and duties of Justices of the Peace and Constables in criminal cases," passed March 6th, 1844, be and the same is here by repealed. , . jr Sao. 3 This act to tak effect and be in force from and after its passage. , RICHARD C. PARSONS, Speaker the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK, March 10, 1860. President of the Senate. March 10, 1860. President of the Senate. [No. 40.] AN ACT To authorize Coonties, Townships, X3itie and Inoorporated Villages -1 jssne Bonds in certain cases.' "T ,.T;."-..? Saxnox 1. Me it enacted by the Gener al Auembly of the Slate of Ohio, That It shall be lawful for the Commissioners of any oaoa ry, the T.-asteee of any township, and the Council of any &tj on incorporated, village which, may hare heretofore ianownanccoX law issued bands in and for purposes of public improvement, sod which bonds are 'how due and unpaid, or may be come doe on OT before the fourth day of January in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-three, to Issue other bonds not exceeding in amount the principal of such bonds as due or tobeoomodoe, Sso. 3. All bonfc Med by virtue of too fore going section shan be nombered and registered by the authorities issuine; them; Mch bond shall be for a sam of not less taaa ooe hundred dollars or more than one thousand dollar, and shall become doe at any period therein named, not exceeding fifteen years from its date; It shall bear interest at a rate not exceeding seven per ceutoia per an num, payable eemie-sanuallr by coupons thereto attached, and each bead with hseonpons may be made payable at any place designated therein; provided, however, that no bond shall be disposed of at less than its par value, aad the proceeds of all soch bonds shall be naed for the redemption of an canal amount of the taincmat of hands allinrdna or to become due as specified in the first section of that act, and tot no otbarpurpose whatever. Sac 3. 6sMCommhvjoners,TniBtees.sAdCoim- oils, honing bonds under the provisions of this set are hereby anthorisnd and required to assess and levy ia the usual manner an annual tax for the payment of the interest npon said bonds; and they are likewise hereby authorised to assess aad lew such annual tax as to them may seem expedient for tha redemption of tne principal ot said bonds; fhe power ot taxation hereby conferred bemgaam .1 1 Sac. This act shall take effect and be in force RICHARD C. PARSONS, RICHARD C. PARSONS, Speaker of the House of Representatives. RICHARD C. PARSONS, Speaker of the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK, President of the Senate. President of the Senate. Passed March 10, 1860. [No. 41] AN ACT J To mend eeetirm tweutytme of a Act ..eatitlod as act "aa Act to farther pro vita for tha hatter nwnlatina of ho I teceipt, , diabaiseraekt.vUl aarc-keep- r!jjng of the poWio nvajmned Skiw 1.. Be it enacted bm tie- Gene ral Aeeemilw f the State of Oihrt sectasntweBty-osM of aa act entitled "aa act e farther prorate for the better regulation of the teseipt, dSshuwement, and a-.fe-keephig of the public rtTeoae." passed April 13.160, be amend ed so- as to read as follows: Section 31. Ybe Trcasarer of Stote shall, previous to enhirirc apsa thedanios mC his aSav ait, bead.' with twelve or aura securities, to the aceeptaoce of tne governor, at tne sam or ax hnndred tboajsml dollars, payabte to the State of Ohio, and 000 ditkmed tor the faithful performance of the daties of hU office, as nrescribed br law. and as shall bs prortded by Jaw thereafter, aad the said bond. wnaane eaUoToaaceslamry written eat taereen, and subcrioed bv the Treasurer. shaiU be deposit- ed with and recorded by the Secretary ot State, oeHre toe Treasurer smut nave the nght to exercise any fnaction of bis office whatever; and the General Assembly, or the Governor, mar, at "7 uni nunac me eoniiaaanee ia omce- ot tae Tieasiau, require him to give each additknal security as they, or either of them, shall deem necesBsry, for the onmpiete iadegaaityot the State: and after ten days froav the aeaaad of each ad ditional security, if it be sot complied with to the thesatUfactioB of the General easemblr. or the Governor, aa the ease may be, tbea the office-of tne iieasarersaau be Held to be vaca.iL and the Goreraorahall proceed by his own motion to ap point a Treasurer instead of the inmmbeat; which Successor so appointed, on eivuu: hood and secant v. aad taking the oath of office, as the Treasurer of state is herein required to do, shall hare and possess an the powers and functions, and be sub jnct to all the duties and liabilities of a duly eieetcd Treasurer of State : and ahall hold h'n nthtr una! hUeeceeasor is doly elected aad qualified. : See. 8. ' Original section twenty me of said set of April 12 1858 is hereby .repealed; provided, the repeal thereof shall in no manner affect the rafiditr or effect of any bond of any Treasurer of bus onue noretotore exeeotoi; aad aUV rights and labilities which have heretofore or which may hereafter aoerae upoo any soch bond shall not be in anywise affected by said repeal Sec 3T.rTlue act shall take effect area its '- ' is -,v RICHARD C. PARSONS. Speaker the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK, President of the Senate. March 10, 1860. [No. 42.] AN ACT To amend section four hundred and seven toen of an Act entitled "an Act to es tablisli a Code of civil Procedure," 'passed March 11, 1853. ' - Skcttok 1; He it enacted by the Gener al Assembly of the Slate of jOhio, ..That section four hundred and seventeen of the shore recited act be so amended as to read as follows: Sec- Voa417. Ifa judgment bevosuta dormant, tt mar he revived In the aams manner as is prescribed for rrrmng actions before judgment; and when tne punua tosncn eormant joogmeBt, his agent or at torney, shall make sn anidavit that the defendant is a non-resident ox" the State, aud that such Judg ment remains on at ti shod, in whole or in put, with a statement of the amount owing thereon,a notice may be published for six consecutive weeks, as provided by section seventy -two, notifying him to appear ata day therein named, not less than ten days after publication is complete, and show caase why judgment shall not be revived aeainst him and if sufficient cause be not shown to the contrary, the judgment shall stand revived for the amount which the court shall find to remain due and unsat isfied Bpoasach jademeati provided, that in all cases wherein arTiee may be aade by publication personal semct era Copy 01 the order mar be made Sec. 9. Orif Inal section four hundred and scren teen is hereby repealed, and this act to take effect tram ana si lor its psasspe. : - 3 RICHARD C. PARSONS, Speaker the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK, President of the Senate. March 10, 1860. March 10, 1860. [No. 44.] AN ACT To amend section 427 of the Code of Civil Proceedurftr ;, , Sectiom t. 7 Beit enacted by the" Gen eral ' Aeeembty of the State of 0tio, That section four hundred and twenty-seven of.an act to establUb aeodoof airil proceed mo,' pas sed March II, 1853, be so nmcaded as to read as follows, to wit: . ' ' Sscrto 437. - The jiirv summoned as afore said, shall be sworn to try and determine the tight of the claimant to the property oa contro versy, and a true verdict to give according to the evidence. If the jury jUtould find right to said goads aad chattels, or any part thereof, to bo ia the claimant, they shall alao find the val ue thereof, and the justice thalt render judge ment upon such finding of the jury iuc the claimant, that he recover his costs again the plaintiff in execution, or other party to the same ibr-wbose benefit the execution issued, aad al as that ha have jwstitutioa of sach goods aad cuatteistor any part thereof, according to the finding of the jury. ' But if the rfclil to the said goods aad chattels, and every part thereof, shall not he ia tha claimant according to the finding of said jury, then the said notice shall render judgment oa soch finding in favor of the plaint- in: .in execution, tr oiner party ior now ncne fit the exoeation issued, and against said chum- axt tot auBta. mad award -xeetioo therooa. If the jcry slial fail to scree and" be dtHchartrcd, costs shall be taxed to abide the final event of the proeeodinc before said justice, and another. jury shall be sirmmoaod in like manner aa be lore. Said justice of Uie peace, in tne taxation of costs accruing by reason ot soch claim and mat, shall allow eaett juror sumo nod and sworn the sum of fifty cents; and far the sheriff, eon- " stable, or other officer, and 'a-Uaeasoi, and fur . hiunclf, he shall tax. such fees as are allowed by law to each respectively, i like services rendered in other eases. Such indtrment for the claimant (voles sn undertaking shal 1 be exrete teu. as proviued in toe next section.) shall be a jtuuificatiua of the officer ia returning "no good 10 ine wnt ofexecuUon.br virtue of which the lew has been made, as to such Dart of tlie goods and chattels as were foond to be long to such claimant. - Sue. 2. , This act shall take effuet and 1k in furce from and efter its RICHARD C. PARSONS, Speaker the House of Representatives. Speaker the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK, President of the Senate. Passed March 10, 1860. [No. 46.] AN ACT To amend section . one of an Act entitled "an act to provide for the Collection of Claims a gainst Steamboats and o'lier Walet Crafts, and authorizing proceed ings against the same by name," passed Apr3 12. 1858. " . : - Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gen eral Auembly cf the State of OAie. That aeetioa one of the above recited act be amended so as to read as JbBo-ws: Section 1. That all steamboats other water crafts, of twenty tons burthen and opwsrds. navigating the waters witnin or bordering upen uus Diaie, snau oe liable and soch liability shall be a lien thereon, fnr. all debts contracted on account thereo f, by the master, owner, steward, consignee or other agent, for sterinls. snpplies, r labor in the building, repairing, furnishing or equipping the same, or tor insurance, or due for wharfage, aad also for damage arimag out of any contract for the transportation of roods or twnoB. nr tut in juries done to persons or property by such craft. vr injury oom ny tne cap tain, mate, or other orfioera thereof, or by any person under the order or sanction of either of them, to any person who may be a passenger or hand oa each steamboat ar athrr water craft, at the time wf the infliction of damage or iajunr. Sao. 2. Thataection one of the act to which thia is ameidatory. br and the same ia herebv repealed. This act to take effect from aad af ter its passage. sJ : - - - t RICHARD C. PARSONS, RICHARD C. PARSONS, Speaker of the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK, President of the Senate. Passed March 10, 1860. Passed March 10, 1860. [No. 47.] AN ACT Srjileojebtfiryni ; trict Courts, and to gtre greater eBcien- ct xo u Tnuicrai wrstem or wie oute, J, passed April 12, 1858, and of the act arnendaiorj-. thereof, passed March 31 ''-1859. .i .-.- !.. Sectk)!! 1. Be il enacted by the Gen eral Aesembly of the Slate of Ohio, That in all eases ia which a second trial has been, or shall be allowed, and aa -undertaking entered into by the party demanding tha same, aa pro vided ia aceiions one and two of the said act "to relieve the Dirtrict Courts, aad to give great' er efficiencr to the fodhcial svatem of tha Kista' and theaurvtY in tha nooertskin' shall k.r. n. moved from the county, er the undertaking is insufficient in form or amount, the court shalL oa motion, order a new undertaking to be exe cmra,Ts arcuniy 10 tne satiftlactMa of the clerk of such court, and if auch order sball not be complied with ia wicb reasonable lime as the court determine, it shall be the duty of soch coon, on motion, 10 reader judgment in seen came against the party demanding the second trial tor the amount of the judgment rendered npoa the first trial, toectber with-the interest aecrueI thrrroaw and for costs' of suit, and to award rxecotma thereon as in other eases. 8nc. 9. This act to be in torce en and after its pasMRge. RICHARD C. PARSONS, Speaker the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK, President of the Senate. President of the Senate. Passed March 10, 1860. SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE, COLUMBUS, April 17, 1860. I hereby certify that the foregoing acts are true copies ot tne original rolls, no on file in tin? office. A. T. RUSSELL, Secretary of State. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, HOLMES Co., O. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, HOLMES Co., O. MILLERSBURG, April 19, 1860. I, G. F. Newtok. Andttor of Holmes Connty, Ohio, do hereby certify that the forgoing Laws are correctly copied from the oaicial G. F. NEWTON, Auditor. S. E. WEIEICH & BR0 ,t--. ' . Dealer English, German and American ; HARDWARE, . , IKiJ)ft)ii)g$, 011 Ckifo, ticc. : : MILLERSBURG OHIO ALL RIGHT NOV. The throng that so long, Mm be piaQfall wronfr, ... ---v Are bow Buying' their Hardware of v WtWth&Bn. -rv Onr coedaare all new 1 f Aivd il-t prices right too, T 2 v 1( tke iton 9f 8. Vclrieh & Bratkcr. -f P follow the throng V That an kawiringaionff f the Store of rFeirich Brother, Which fc.funfrim rh Sfxw h tbs shclvM 6 ' Of Iron, Pitcli Forluv Whetstones and Ax helres.' Jast look at the Sore ofWelrlcli &Bro. .- Whiw thsthisor-' Taatar borrrittf aliMif Forflirdvarcto Welrichft Brother. w, Imk at th Krushing, ... i But fellow the t TbotomhonTtogmlnnc, - - To bay Iheir Hardware, Glass,NaiIs Ac, ol Helricli & Brotlier. Juite9,18o3 I2tt , ' ' ' '. - ZTTi T KEfJS THAN "a00"pure Trhits LijPJ Lead. Jast ttecviied bv .. .-. . . . . . WEIRICH k BR0. XjJ fWlifV RKt'EITEII, -. J ltv'CMHM,y a lot e Farm BelK vtA WEIRICH k BlttK JHEBEST COOK STOVE . "It Bakpg Perfect, -st--4i Good Draft, Doors fit Close, , ;IH Si Joints fit Tiffht. Plates are heavy, No Wood Wasted, JU- ill ways a Supply of not water, . ' - Snperior Boiling Arrangements. Took the 1st Premium at last Fair. Frail- dried end - Victual Icept warm - y without burning them. ISSOIsD ""Anil has other gooj qnallQes witUoot number. t'sfaware of smtainoiMV tor Baay will nek to imi tate, but out aaa see the genuine at tbe Bit toffee Pot. FRESH ARRIVAL - .-; : ' . :or: - NEW GOODS! . - ST THE .. Emporium of J. Itliilvanc. JCST RECEIVEO a large lot of Plaid Woolen Shawls, and new style of Plain Centres. Talma Shawls a new and desirable style. A large lot of Brochae Shawls at very low prices, from $3 to $18. . '. . : A large variety of ' LADIES' DRESS UOODS ! OF TBE LATEST 8TTLE8. Ladies' BUFFALO OVER-SHOES, with FUR TOPS. Gents' RUBBER and HUfr AIJ OVER SHOES. A large lot of Boots & Shoes, OF ALL SIZES, from Children's to the largest and heaviest stogy boot. A large lot of LADLES' 0PEEA HOODS! of the latest style. j-jr-jl largaj lot of Buffalo and Kew Torn Sole LeatheryaU ' Also, a large assortment of Cotton Tara and Carpet Chain. - . ' - Pleaao call and see or stock before purchas ing elsewhere. Kov.24, 180a-ll ' go to be on At On mzEt-ca-xza-. OoX milLUutrraaaoi to IM atiseoBolBoUMaM that as ksefs a tatter stock Mtum, Rata, Ws, DYE-STUFFS, tfec. Than Ua. evar betbrslaMB otVnl to n4 dawns of this pUeeandaldaita, Baiaaoaiieaesofwnr twenty years jasBnes ana in km avoev vaaa a a m aac aaawe- carr,ne sn. niiiw aoaaaaoioaa aypay. Heals hseraen band a waDaslSjtsJ stoat of aow- ers oraaaBgrajouaasrsesospisssv -.VLSOV'-',"f Perfumery, Fixe Soap, Teoth Brwhe, an Fancy omelet, Boat Ltat, jimtnnp JCrtracUWocJe 4t ifaunav Oomie, ax. Vigor fmkdn, KaraisAVa, Hint Hasa.8nrni.iay, . , . f JSko MnuJm, Ss W Together with an taePiTEXTllKDICtXES oftaeoay. hanktbl fertbe past liberal patronage sestswed an aim na soimr. a nnnnainrs nr vnn wn rersiciis's rREscsirnoss CarchUy eompoaadea, ana enaijes ta anil the esirea cieaof tba tim. H. TSEH0IN. aw.4,16i TlWXt. - Lj.a'8 KatUlm, FOR tbe gverta and aastuHnhna at ot the Hair. To prevent its baling off and taming gray. Farad bv n0 H. Yercin, JliUenburg.O. PE0F. WOOD'S Hair at aeS - H. Ivw. for Bale brv Milleialnug, O. T)B0r. ALEX. C. BARRTS Trleoperans or Jftdica- m vompooao, wr w nair. a or aal Dv nM H. YergiB, atoimmirg, 0. ARABIAN HOBSa POWDER, the greatrcaMCytnr aueaaesin hone anal eattle; it being a great pri- aerai lOBBraon. a r bbb, ay a. a erpa, auuenoorg, o. pvYSESIARY CORDIAL aaal Cbolem Mixtnr, ef r oar Ml .aaaaxacuio, ior in ear ot l f utai I Cliulis Itorbna. CoBe and an aCaerioaa of the Stomach aoS Bowals, for sal by ii. Yargia, Mutnsorg, 0. OH0ULDEB BRACES, swoporbm awl Trnawawtiieti Oca be bad at tbe Drag Store of H. Tergia, Uillere- oorg, unto. rrtRE CELEBRATED Heave Powder forth ear of X a Heaves in nones, prepared and sold by H. Yer- gio a ma vrug awn, BiuivTMnirg, nounea connty, O. TYBCSHE3 and Glaaier. Taeks, also Shoe BlaekiiMj and JLvaraiaBea, infes and tor aotota, fn-sal by H. Yergin. "WTEAST POWDERS, fm-baaing bread and of the best X ;aaurr, tor sal dj a. rergin, Hillenbttrg, O. TT'TPOLA Rotten Stone aad Silver Saad, naadmr not. X uhug and acoaruig tin, and copper war. For sal bjr a. x eryin. , CONCENTRATED LYE for making soap. ' 1 box Vmakea 14 galkms good man which costs zo cents per box. For sale bj H. Yergia, atiUrnbarg. O. XTrHITE'WASH.PAIXTS, Vaniish and Shoe Bushes, 1 f roraaioojrl. x ergia, Miuersourg, u- .- T) ACHELOR'S k CHRI-W ADORA'3 Hair Dyeor sal lftja.x ergiB. Miueraonrg, w. TERFrUERY and Toilet Soaps, of the choicest and X best quality, for sale by H. Y ergia. TaURE WIXES. BRAXDIE3 A.VD OLD WHISKY. X Also an excellent quality of V inegar. AH for asle by H.YKR6IN. MiUeoUTg.On Jun2, 1S4 ntltf. IF YOU WANTrT, to neoroB oz sob. IF YOU WANT quality, go to Hebron a Son. Nails and Glass superior IF YOU WANT?- mattitvand strong, go to Hebron fc Sob. ooraor Win- Saab, well IF YOU WANTteaM Whit ae. that ar goodjgoto Hbra 4 Sea. IF YOU WAOTMST tools or A- mencan ManuActure. go to tiebroa a son. TT? "VltTT TTT A XTTft SaddlaVs Tools IT' Illi; II A II SaddtervWar Coach Trimmings, Ac, go to Hebron St Son. TF YOU-WANT orujiniog ib wm tooi unc, go to neorw s son. IF YOU WANT l& vuu neu, w isaiiwr tLutux, go to xieoron son. IF YOU WANT c: to Hebron Son. . TF YOU WANT...vS.Baeo aeonn dob. - - IF YOU WAOTSK from bodkin to aa Anvil, go to Hebron k Son. IF YOU WANT 'afflSt Fsrmen Heb- ron 4 Son. NOTICE. THE subscriber begs leave to say to tbose en gaged in Sugar Cans raising that they can accommodated with . . . NO. 1 MILLS short notice, and reasonable terms, at the Steam Foundry, Millersburg, UMo. . Also, that celebrated eonrposition ; , . that has been selling for seresr'4ohrsvean be had at the Steam foundry for five dollars. . . J. H. VAN BROCKLIN. : torC Millcrsburff, O . Shop opposite the Empire House and near V the Fost Office. . Look out for the sign of the MCEST WATCH IN TOWN. y THAT'S COOK'S. And there you will find the largest, best and cheapest lot of Gold & Silver Watches, Clocks, Jew- elry of all kinds, in town. THAT'S SO! THAT'S SO! NEW STOCK Just melting and now opening. CALL & BE SATISFIED. a great outlay of money he has procured a nne Ulocn imponea irom uermau v sou uus of the master pieces of the skillful work men of that country. It is em phatically the Clock and the REGULATOR . Repairing, short notice, & in good style. Don't Forget the Plate. ' FIRST GO TO COOK'S. HEBRON & SON, InARDWAKEl If ; Iron, Nails, Glass, &c., A millehsburg, o. n ff Have jnst received a new and well selected 11 II STOCK OFGOODS.II to which they Invite attention. JM jrf "rwi'A n, m . COME TO MWRY & CRAIGHEAD'S MVTOSHOP i" ' V at 1 T. , r-4 I rW . ' I- ; h Saf X f fT --'. CI 11 -4 J J llf il SBE X" n S4 tim mil rfht to rr waj. I f rtow tct th eom4ttry. that w all aewvp ira jToti mm get itwu tlmtgre ailw 4roa.i1 mmiU mt the rod ret aaJDOtat tfa oriee of it in trimmiaia. ALL WORK WARRANTED, --j Trn ,T .11 nai.r Ban inrifi 8POUTINQ o aa a new ntaav wkieh cnaaav nr worn or ware. A.2S, 16SO vdaltf. n - ft s n 1 s :t riavajj o ta O Dot to knbetd wmj lBirr by pedlan wk 19 cmrrritig atoek tosvtber. uimr Morir stack mt mU. Com where b t iUw yftrfca i the world; kod wkta yo got a ttmrm oraosale. Brass, Copper. Sheet Iron, Pressed Trrii i.ii mm tvtbii ' is snperior t ail otaa All kinds of trad tskn in VeCRORY k CRAIGHEAD. G. SECHRIST'S . Uano&ctareil aad aold wholesale and ratal, bj HELFEE & SECHRIST, DRUQOISTS. , ' " Akron, 0 XOTHIXG adds acoz to tha beoty of a hvavaa being 11 than a fino iMod of hair. A bald boad-or ftay hair firaapenoa aot aaly aa eld appearance, bat if they are yoong, make the mtrast between their appearaace aad thoir Tivaeity anpleaaaat, aad erea ridjealoaa An article, thereiora wholly iaaocooaa, which, br invigora ting the eorticlo Integuments in which the hair growa will keep it healthy, and Tigoroan and thna preaerTa tbe aoftaeas, aad ttreshnesa of youth, is more deaxrable. KEAO WHAT THE FCB1.IC SAX essn. Heifer k Secbriat: Ton ask my oaintos of your Hair Re storative, and I ffivait to yoa with pleastu. My hair for same time, had been growing thin, and I bad emnloyed wioaa Hair Beetoiativefi Wood's, Mra. AUen'a aad others, all having, aa 1 think the aanae baaiis lacanrphis, or sugar of lead, or both. From the nse of thee, my hair became harih, aa macb so as to be aa noTing to me and still continued to tall off. Uv hair had alno become rry gray about my temples. Three reaoedie achaaged the grmy into a variety of colors a dull red being the prevailing one. With this experiment I made np my mind that hair restoratives were humbugs; when a lady friend of mine from Akron, urged me try a bottle of your Restorative, aad I did so. and before the bottle was need up. my hair became as firm set in my head aa it erer was, and to my surprise (for my friend had said nothing about its chang ing the color, of the hair) my hair became glossy, soft and black, the natural color. Now with my hair restorative experiment, I do not hew itate to aay that your preparation is invaluable, and when the public shall become acquainted with it my opinion is, that it wiil time all other Hair restoratirea out of the market. Truly, Yours, Jt. TJLJJE.N Cleveland, Aug. 2 1859. Ifessre. Heller k Sechrlst: Gentlemen, In the bill of 1858 I had a seme attack of Chill r ever, and as l got better, found my hair eonung ont or rather tailing oat. At tbe sug- iii'u ua ii itruu a pivvuarn an wmw us aw-1 L-ci;umtB -Kestoratire. ' it at once arresiefl tne aecay or my nair, and prevented the baldness I anticipated and dreaded. But this was not all. 1 found my hair, which was dry, and turn in? rrev, restored to the softness of youth and to its natural color. I have little faith in any apecilic for making hair grow npon a bald head, but your res tor ativn did all in my case which it promised and more; it restored not only the visorous jrrowth, but color also. I have since had occasion to recommend it to others' and have heard from them, in every case the highest re commendation of its virtues. Very Truly years, A. H. LEWIS. Akron, Sept. 22, 1859 Messrs. Hclicr k SecbrUt: - My Tentorial Professor has been in the babit, for some time, at tbe time of semi-weekly opera tions on my chin, t girs my head a dressing with your Hair Restorative. I have been sat pilled by lis effects. It Las restored my hair to its natural brown color, and given it a soft ness that it possessed twentr-five rears atro. I have never used a hair dye, and can not speak of comparative merits; but irom wnat i nave seen of the effects of your Hair Restorative in my own ease, 1 can most confidently say it will restore hair that is gray, or faded, to its natnrnl color, and eire it a softness that equals that of youth. L. V. BIERCE. itron, sept. Old, titan. Uesara. Helisr k Sechrlst: GenU. The bottle of Hair Restor ative I had of yoa has more than realised my anticipa tions. Indeed I may say with truth thai 1 had bo sort of faith In it, tiH after the second application I discover ed that my gray toeks were assuming their natural color; and now, having used but three-quarters of the bottle, it will require sharp optics to find a grey hair on my bead. I have full faith in i's efficacy as a hair restor ative, for I carry the proof with me. If you think it will subserve your interests, yoa are at liberty to are tnis as you aeaire t . jtespeetmuy, c, J). TV . UCll Eillilll. 1 Y, Oct. flth, 1859. Hair Rtstokatttk. Mr. G. Sechrist's Hair Rostora- tive is broajrht before the public at the instanee of par sons who have tried and proved its virtues. We for one do know of a verity that tha Restorative possesses the qualities for which it is recommended. Hundreds of persons nave tried it and m every case proved benenciai results. It restores the hahr to its oatora eobr, rives it a vigor of growth, leaves no sticky, rough or greasy feeling, and prevents all tendency to baldness. It is not BTt bat a kxstokatite, stimnlatms: the skin to activity and bringing back to the head the glossy locks of j-outh. sftuaaMt Bcmeau. For Sale at the Book Store, MILLERSBURG, 0. March 1st. I8S0.-28 YKRT large, yea a treaendoas assortment of boots and shoes has just been received by C. Hatt, the "man that was found dead in the road" is still litijtg, end wasn't dead at all. but Hatt is selling off rerj fiut and ex txowrdiaary cheap. If yon have a ofc'alrLITinNla-O whom yon want to stirprise, take him or her to ITatf s to see the wonderful LOW PRICES at which he oilers to sell his Boots, Shoes &o Be lore and go TO Harts, for that Is theplaost get tbe best article at tbe very lowest price. Coo and see, on and ATiTi of ron, anyhow. 'What1 s the nse! Hatt is aiways on hands, in a rood humor, and never anrihingeie than clerertoaU , .. - TYTTTrVT aad women especially the latter. It a lady desires to bs well salted, she cannot do better than to go Hatfs. He employs tbe best workmen, ana aoes au aioaa oi custom work to order. He is not only a friend t all mm, bat keeps fine things (Findings) of all kinds for Shoemakers, such as Leather, Lasts, Pegs, Thread, and Nails. HUlenburg, Jan 2, 1&50 Utf PHOTOGRAPHY! Great Improvements in the Art! WM.MCKEE. -. WOULD take pleasure ia announcing to . the citizens of Millersburg that he has taken the rooms over Dr. Boling's office, where he has sn excellent sky-light, and with his ex perience in the Art, hating had the advantage of being instructed in the one of tlie largest and best Photograph Galleries in the East, he feels justified ia saying that be will make PHOTOGRAPHS, ABIBRGTYPES, and all of tlie popular pictures of the day at taining the highest perfection in the Art. He defies competition, aad claims that he will make better pictures on aa average than haye ever been made west of the Mississip pi. My results are certain. He would also call attention to the artistic and graceful position in which his subjects will be seated. It ia unnecessary to remind the enlightened citizens of this vicinity of the in estimable value of a fine ard life like picture of a departed friend. Suffice it to say that the safest way is to im prove the present, for the past is not yours, and the future yon cannot command. meeo5i ms All i to sea and get better pictures than have ever been made West, if they don't oost but 50 cts. each, neatly enclosed in a good morocco case. n-.nnng in your children. He claims aot to be excelled m making child-like and fine pictures of children. Bring them in the fore noon, Mr. M. is not what has the name of a "trav eling Artist." There is no humbue about this circular. Permot satisfaction gnarraateed. WILLIAM McKEE. Main Street, opposite the Book Store. Jan. 30. 1859 nS2tf. Day your Spectacles at the Book Store. : JJL II IL.II .BWWBBBB.BBOOSBS a. rV r V TAILOEING. A. WAITS, TTAS removed bis Tailor XJ-shop from the Post Officj bmklinir, to the room over John Cary's anction room, one door west of Weirich'n Hard ware Store, where he will be happy to wait on his old cus tomers sod as many new ones aa may tavor turn wun a call CUTTING DONE TO ORDER. July 15, 1858 v2H47m6. NOBODY ELSE HAS IT. Dr. Theopolis Peelgarlicks' Cele brated Chemical, Medicinal & Purely Vegetable Soap. Put tip in Bars and sold at the Book Store for 10 cts. a Bar. A liberal Redaction made to five Cent Purchasers. IT IS Recommended for rlienraatism, dyspep sia, liver complaints, night Bweats. fever and agne. piles and gumbiles, aud if taken inwardly will purny inc Dluotl. It contains no "poif ous nareoctics," but is "purely vegetable. None is genuine unless it have the name of the proprietor blown on tbe box. Mothers will find a few applications of this soap with a little wi water upon the fiiees and hands of their "dear little angels," not only to be advantage to their oeauiy, oui wm anui rne rooutns ot envious neighbors. Pnt np in bars as large as a piece oi soap ana soia Dy me oar. The trade supplied oa liberal terms. Morton's Gold Pens. mHTS is conceded to be tbe BEST GOLD PES' for X all purposes, naw in as. W hav barn selling tbem for about three yesrs, have warranted ererv pen sold, sad hav. not yet had on retoroed. or aor com plaints made of them. They an tbe pea aaed by abnost every pnoiie omcer, oooc-aeeper, lianker, , in the V. States. We bay direct from A. Morton, not from ned- birs, bare his peas warranted to as, and warrant tbem to inose inn any 01 ns. t all at Us UOUK. STOKE. Dec 8, '54 lSmS DR. J. K. BAIFF, Drnggist & Apothecary, Pharmacentical Preparations of SiandardStrengUt, i-erjvmcry, rainU, uus. Varnishes, dedx. RESPECTFULLY invites tbe consideration of the medical profession and families to bis comnlet aad varied assortment of all articles usually kept in sach sn establishment. The character of tbe stock is of tbe first quality Pbysicians and umriies hronng him with their pat ronage, may confidently rely upon receiving mcdidn. which will not disappoint them at tbe bedsido of Ui sick. Every article icavinv this establishment is wai ranted strictly as represented, and will bs carefully pnt up and accurately labeled. Physician, in th country, who may be unable to mak their purchases ia person, will find it to their sd- vaniage to oroer. Empire Hotel Block, .MILLERSBURG, OHIO April 7, 18i-331y - MORTON'S GOLD PEE A LAP FULL. All Ihe sizes. Every Pen warranted MyI7,l.58 43tf. at FRYtS. Just in Time Everly, Eckel & Co: AT NASHVILLE, ARE JUST RECEIVING at their Store in Xasbrille a largo and select stock of N ew Goods, conaisting in pari ox A large and general stock of Do mestic Woolen and Cotton Goods; A splendid line of very liich Dress (jroods, m bilks, JJe Jaines, Me rinoes, and other fabrics of new est styles; A complete stock of Fancy and Variety Goods, Shawles, Hosie ry, Ribbons, Embroideries, &c A very extensive stock of Boots and Shoes, purchased direct from the best manufacturers, which "will be sold for less than any other Goods in the market CURE YOUR CORNS! This remedy is a saf ana sure cure for HARD & SOFT CORNS. For more than eighteen years this preparation has bsea In use with -pv.n.vv.err safety. It doe not contain any burning or poisonous iagvadieat, and ta wholly rree irom soy injur, or irritate This Wonderful Preparation for O Cnrt of Corns tf Us peculiar Soothlntr and Softening Properties softens tb Corn' or Cellos, and reproduces s natural aau neaimy smw ' PRICE, CENTS PER BOTTLE. 9Full directions on each bolUef FOR SALE AT TBE BOOKSTORE. i WRAPPING YARN. AT PITTSBURGH PRICES. At the Book Sc Variety store MILLERSBURQII. or tb V t A 10 X ah got noonT PviScr asn1fo4 Pills, ;pR.RODACK'0 - ahdinaTian JRcmcdit. ia tbe United States, a. t s.i. r,., curative properties. Ihis was years afo. fa 'task ot Ealight.nsn men whoa. eharetar tVr sewad jBtasaSw! nnueaopaygivT. ir bbmii.ii nana u rnmaias sasa wh.. I ..I is jtBiist. aaat aaaao "aaaaaaan. aaa Mre.'bewjr thy ihnhh sis ervrywaere aoyjavio anrtne th aarili mi IsilMlilPiB.a.atliins. aJ' Si isSsslnlPisnatatlssi aawho I h .sty Wthss ssass, wst. assBMlm ant new W marias! nfld.in ta wlsdeas and I eks to tuvastigat for Ui ili.a as inisiaipwi.iitsnajeex. .' - Dr. Faaark Invito ta attwttaa tb afcal to. . -. , OBICirwAX. luETTEatS J . Fran members sf th Medical IVefcssInn, wtiats ofpns liejonrnato, well knaara Meiikaat aaal r.BMli.. aaa as dics of the highest respectability, giving ascoasts mt a tnordinary uis wroaght by tit mMSirs, at wUch enrt they thsmnt.es wan , , ;.-.- . Kjo Wismesssea. . ....... v These parties may be coaagitcd peiaoesUly rbvMtor, by thos wh hav any dnbt aia tb sabjeei, Tbv ideBc in th pons. silo, of Or. Bohaek, wbiebv is at all tunes acceatiUe to tbe puMIe, establishes tb ntllowing - Fatetar That tb. BLOOD Pt7BIFTB aad -BLOOD POLS kavw been proved by analysis to . .: , ,.- CoHtnia saw Mlaeoral Tbat Oicy cure tb. almost aoirerml conipUiBt, '" aTseala - with wtrrinf ecrfBtaca, and ia a wry abort Ubi. Tlat aXt&r all otber aieilirinc hare arwrad amlesa, tb.y isiieva LtTer Coaaylaint, and restore the health and stnneth f tb anflenr. That SIek Fesnalea, wh hav hmgnlshe. for y ean ta helpless weakness aad 4poieiie7, recuperate with great rapidity aader their iariVo rating operation. Tbat all aasaal diaabilitlto ar removed by their cordial and gently atinralating aronar Usfc Taat they rscmit -. . , SkaUeresI ConatltaUoaa, . however they rosy hav been trifled with and abused; that their direct tondeaev Is to bmgtbea lit) and reader It en joyable. That operating directly apa tWj.iaia ab ccsc ia lis hii, they Canse Soon to HcaU, and discharge front th systras, every t int of Scrofula, whether bareditary or oiberwBW. TbalthVy Beernit Use IsebtlltaUeU, and tbat there is no disss of th Stomach and Bowels, tbe liver, tb noma system, tb akm, -lae rhnds or muaelrs, in which- t.ey do at give prompt rIksV aad (af administered before the Terr citadel of bfi baa been in vaded,) .fleet a paioieeaaad perfect cur. Bear in mind that the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills are endorsed by tb experience of thousand of liv ing witnesses, wh In letters, affidavits, ssedieal words, and by word f maath, proclaim them to be tb vary best preparation of tb kind ever ofiered to tb. brokea dssra virttms of ill health. They bust disease tbrowgh rrevr area DC and argaa of tb system, aad to espel it tboresgar y and permanently. No oa can doubt their superiority after so single trial titer are art aalv batter but. ia fact, eheaner thaai oay etbar Fills, frtr ft takes a less auaaber of tbem to pro duce a better effect. , Price rt tbe Scandinavian Tewetabw Blood rarifiev. $1 per bottle, or $4 par ball doata. Of th Scandinavian egetaoie mooa nils, z cents per box, ar boxes tor si. Read Dr. Robsck's .Special notice, sad Certificates, pub lished ia s eoanpiciMua part of this Paper frfm tin tet lime. , Dr. Bobseks aTsdlral Almanac and Cunflr Adviser, con taining a great variety of interestiua aad valuable Medi cal information, can bs had gratis of any of bis Ageata l-iroognout tne country. In difficult aad comalieatsd eases. Dr. Jtobaok mar ba consulted personally or by letter enclosing on atasp fee in reply. - . From Kev. Mr. VcUrLLss, Pastor ofHoberts CbapeL ' IxpiaxatOLIb, Octobers, 183T. Dr.C.Tv". Rosacx Dear Sin I hsra awed vour Blood Parifier nr a nervous affection, from which I hav suffer ed much at times. While it is pleasant to tb. tU, rfc certainly happy effect upon th nerves. Pleas accept aiy thanks for jour kind regards, and believe sn Yours, J, W.T aesi,u,ss. . . . For Sale ia Holmes county by H. Yereia. ltUler- burg; J. Rudy, Berlin; Jaa. Banna. HolmasvHe; 6. Oaa ber. Winesburr; H. Pomerene, Middletown; J. C. Lone-. shore, KashviUe; B. Beidler, Lakevflle: Joe Plstv, Sal tillo; G. W. Conyer, Oxford; Aaron Kefan, CsriUle; aad by Druggists aad Maxchaats generally throughout tb L'uion. June2, 1854tl. Important to Farmers, Farriers an4 . Uorsemen. IFF'S IS WABBAfrTEB to ran ar nrnov all tbe fct- -lowing named diseaaes af tb horse, sach aa Spavins, Kingbolts, SpiitU, Curbs, and WindgaBs. or any outer Lumps or BmxUtngs, that may arise on the horse from any cans whatever, wherever located, it baa abto been said bv these who ' have used th Liniment thai it will cure Pon-Kvil and 'r" " applied ia time. i erGiv it a trial, aad If after aafcw it atcmdlue to directiona, ve are not satisfied aa to its .flcacv. sssrs bottle sod w will refand yvar meney. SOLD BY J. K. RAIFF, DRUGGIST, MILLERSBURG. OHIO. Oct27,tSS10tf JONAS WHITC0KT3'S Remedy for Asthma, Hose Cold, HAY FEVER, &c THE SIGNAL SUCCESS which basattewded th us of this kfedisine, bss induced the proprietors to publish soawaccoant of Ha woaderiwl pr ipertie. and to offer it for tba benefit of the wh art atfictrd with tb above named paiaful diseases. E0R BALE AT TBS BOOK BT0RE. Sept 1, 18S9 S. ISPIBIT JUKERAL XCCCANI W haw 'j Just received a supply af this aw and iavaluabl Chemical product, for iuaasntaaasualy rrnssving giusi stains r paints, frow. silka. velvet, doth. Ae aad fa cleaning kid gloves, without tearing any nnpleasaat odor tAaj. a latiLaa. TO THE L1DIES. TTTE HATE JCST RKCK1TKD a bug and most T excellent assortment ef Handkerchief Extracts. Hair Oils, Pomatums, Bandoliaea. Hair Dyea,Hair lavig craters, a. Estraet of Taanelm, twims. Onusge. Rom, Pin Apple, k- Jtc- attb BOOK STORK. Travelling Sacks, : " ' VARIOUS Styles, lor sale very cheap at tie B(X)"K KTORK. Dee. 24, 1857. - - Huy your Oysters at tlie St. HicAoias. . ....... LANTERNS. About twenty diflerent Itiads, Ttry- ing in price from 50 cts. is $4. Call in at the Book Store if yon want a Lantern , Family Bibles. LAK6E AeWOKTMKWT swryta ta fries tromltotjaatieaivwdath BOOK tJTOR.' ' - English ud Amsricaa Toilet Sops. CLEATEaVS HONEY MAI , LasrVa Ts. itMiiaaasi Lowe's Honey Soaps; ' 1 ' Vsrbsaa Flosuaj Twrtle (VI a..,. uS ethar variety af Fancy Tottot Soaaa, at th atoek Store. English and American ftrftattries, &e. 1 CHOICE UD StlPErUOR LOT JnataeeelTedl at tteCBsnnk morn. LOOKING CLAQ0E0 FOR TEN CENTS. rTVHB BESrr 1 LA8a Kt TOWN to b. had at Boob Store, to bs aroredby saoiaartao. Ta aid woman that Ml down and hrok sers tire 4be asy aatd didnt ears, sine ah ana id replace it s rbeap. Shs it at th BOOKSTORE.