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Arrival of the Fulton.
NEW YORK, May 12. The steamship Fulton arrived at New York with dates of the 2d froom Liver pool. :. i . In French compaescal auairs the market isrery dull. J y i The EnglE .goverftihent is .negotiating for the Great Eastern jp lay a cable be tween Singaforsd Rangoon. The Chinese are determined to dispute the passage of -tie Aiiies to Pekio. Four teen miles of .fortifications and -200,000 men ate in arms. : V t It is said that France proposed to Swit zerland to relinquish her rights in reference so tbe neatraticed districts of faavoy tor 0.000,000 francs. 7 .- .'" f The Bishops of Romagna have received S prohibition against taking any pari in ine reception of King yic:or r,manuej. The oorresoondent of the Journal des Deh&u was ordered to leave Rome by . the Pone, but obtained delay for twenty days. Advices from Naples say the royal troops attacked the insurgents mtrencbed in toe Tillage of Carini on the 18th. The fight ing was desperate, and continued for three following days,, when tne gov t troops re ceived reinforcements,' and compelled the insurgents to retire to Partenico, leaving 250 killed behind. , The royal troops had 300 killed. The town of Carini was pil laged and set fire to. Ureal misery pre vails at Palermo. . .since the execution ot thirteen insurgents on the 26th. . Neapoli tan soldiers were surprised and hanged at Carini. ; Letters assert the Neapolitan army amounts to 160,000 men. ..The Forte has concluded a loan with a great Greek house at Constantinople for 700,000. Tom Savers was received at Liverpool on Monday with immense enthusiasm. The multitude took the horses from the cab and drew him in triumph from the railway station to the Talbot Hotel. Sev eral testimonials were presented, including a splen did enp worth 25. . The ciops present a promising appear ance. Orders have been given by France to ex ecute the plan of a line ' of railway from Nice to Genoa. London, Thursday, P. M. Advices from Messina of the 28th April state that perfect tranquility prevailed there, but that general discouragement exists. The num ber of persons arrested is cousiederable. The citadels and prisons are crowded to excess. ". Reports are very contradictory. It is said that a Neapolitan General had been captured by the insurgents that the seat of government is about to be trans ferred to Messina, and tbnt the garrison at Palermo though numbering 20,000 men are afraid to proceed to the interior. . Paris, Thursday The Moniteur bup lishes a note ' of M.' Thouvenals proving that the annexation of -the neutral district of 'Savoy will not change the situation of Switzerland.' He also announces a pro ject concerning the tariff adopted by the legislative body on wool and other raw ma terials. , The Constitutional slates that the only condition attached to the general amnesty granted by Spone is that parties implica ted must take an oath of allegiance to the Qneen. Losdojt, Thursday The Daily News says that to-night will decided who in the Heuse of Commons is for reform, as 'the opposition to is exhausted. The Times in its leader says that if the exodus from Ireland continues, she will soon become English and the United States Irish, and that the new world is the true home of the Celtic race. , .. The Daily News of the 3d says the funds opened yesterday with an advance of J, but it was not supported. Consols closed for money and aceouut at 9595f . American railroad shares ate attaciing in creased' attention. ., Stocks are generally firm and confidence is stimulated by the influx of gold 'and the stale of the discount market. . ,- , , . , . . News Items. Ob Sunday night, the 22 J ult., six miles south of Purdy, Tenn., a negro man, be' longing to Mr. John P. Erwin, entered the house of his master, at the hour of twelve o'clock, or thereabouts,- and assaulted Mr. and Mrs. Erwin, while they were asleep in bed, and beat them over the head with a cudgel, in such a manner as to almost in stantly kill Mrs. Erwin, and but little hope is entertaned of Mr. Erwin'? recovery. The Quebec Mercury proposes that Up per and Lower Canada be separated, and that in Lower Canada the French and Eng lish sections of the population be endowed with equal representation without regard to number. - ;, It appears certain that the Great East ern will go to New York on her first trip, bnt whether after touching at Portland or not is not -so clear. .The directors, have made application to the J3oard of Pilot Commissioners as to the depth of water in New York barbor, who replied to them by the steamer of last Wednesday, that they would send a pilot to England if de sired, to come out with them,- and that theyJould bring her into Is ew York harbor if she did not draw over twenty-six feet of water. ':-,- -.',' . ' One- chap who is at ' the Washoe silver mines, writes to a California paper,- that he has not seen a . maa worth less than from $10,000 to 150,000, though all are keen at borrowing a dollar for their break fast. -The accommodations are as one to four of the folks that want them. The new Planet of Dr. Lescarbault is said to revolve around the sun in nineteen days. ' The inhabitants must spend a large part of their time in making New Year's calls. , What Metboselehs we should be on such a planet; as that; " " The Pennsylvania Railroad Company erected an iron" bridge over Eshlemau's Creek, near Harris burg, on-last Suuday. The workmen commenced to lake the old bridge down early in, the. morning, and the new one was finished and ready for the evening train in the latter part of the af ternoon. It is 55 feet span, and made en tirely of iron.- . - . , President Buchanan has awarded . Cal- hemtt Benkam for his part in the Broderick trage4jith the. appointment 'of United States District Attorney for California in place of P. Delia Torre, who was compel led to resign that such a laudable purpose might be achieved. Mr. Benham was sec ond to Judge Terry on the occasion of his duelwith Mr.Broderick.' I t At a recent fight in Chicago, a wooden cornice on a high, brick building was the means of communicating the flames to an adjoining building by which over 115,000 more of property was destroyed more than would have been had it not been' for that cornice. '1 " - -, : Garret Lansing,' of "Albany, "an bid citi zen, aged 86 years was. found dead in his ted on trie 29th ult. A Mrs. Fnnk of Springfield, O, ran 1 r i , . I - oeeuie into ner loot, wnica struct a nervo, causing fever", and finally producing death. A. Mr. Pavne died at Frankfort, Ky and bis father-in-law, Mr. Dryden, when niti'iur nn with -the corpse, cut his throat and died. Both gentlemen were piomi- nent citizens of Frankfort. A woman at St Paul was milking her cow.- when the aaunal threw ber bead around, and her horn entering the woman's eye tore it out of her head. The young ladies of Hopedale, 111., met to trim a church for some festival occasion and two young men named Findley and McDoweL getting into a fight relative to an , alledged insult towards one of the la dies, when AlcUowel drew a knife and killed Findley on the spot. Eban Harris in Marblehead, Mass while feeding bis fowls, was wounded just below the knee by the spurs of one of his cocks. The wound gradually grew worse, taking away the use of his limb, depriving him of sleep, and at last of his reason. In bis delirium, he crows like a rooster at the top of his voice. His case is considered hopeless. -. j :. . . ' About four hundred men are at work on the Great Eastern, getting her ready for sea, and it is expected she will be ready for her Atlantic voyage' about the middle of June. " . - " '.;;'; Mrs. Burdell Cunningham and family were passengers by the last steamer from JNew xork to Aspinwail, en route for fJal lfornia. Rev. Origen Crane, of Grafton, while in the act of swinging a friend, Jost his bal ance, and fell forward, striking bis temple on a stone, from which he remained un conscious, and died the next day. , Jesse Marlindall, of Warren county, Ind, died lately from burns produced by the explosion of a fluid lamp. Mrs. Dugan, of the same county, died also from burns produced by the explosion of a fluid lamp. . . Mrs. Glesser, of Mobile, and two chil dren were dreadfully burned by the explo sion of a fluid lamp. ' Mrs. Ueo. burners of ot. Louis, was dreadfully burned about the head and breast by the explosion of a fluid lamp. AH the hair was burnt from her head, and she cannot live. - Daniel C. Kenyon, a defaulting Cashier of the Jtxchange Hank at rrovidence, K. I has been sentenced ta the btate Prison for eight years. John W. Browne, a lawyer of Boston, committed suicide by jumping from a train of cars that was running at the rate of 3a miles an hour. A man named Cook attempted to shoot a man named Leonard at the breakfast ta ble at the Broadway Hotel, Lexington, Kt." Two shots were fired and Leonad's arm shattered. Cause woman. Talnia Broden, a Merchant of Mays, ville, Ky., was badly wounded in a shoot ing affray a few days siuce. Tom More was badly wounded at Cyn- thiana Ky., a few days since by being shot at by John lremble, a lawyer. Mr. Douglas, of Uenville, h.y., was found dead in his mill, supposed to have been murdered by one of his slaves. Capt. Elliot, of Maysville, Ky., has died of wounds received by being shot by Frank Iiurd. . The Adrain (Mich) H atcuower says there is a run upon the Tecumseh Bank, and that $10,000 in bills were in the . . .. - . m , i.iLaI1-15- hauds Of the people on I UeSUay, but that . . 1 - I Ihn uhnl fiirennnn-wassnent in r.ountllio- out half dimes to redeem $100. then the teller . would recount it. The hotels on that day took more money from persons who came in with bills, than the bank redeemed. Mr. George Beach, of Hartford, Conn., foimerly Cashier of Phoenix Bank, died on the 3d mst., aged 72.- - - A Miss ilohlbaramer, daughter, of a wealthy citizen of Milwaukie, through the a .. j j" t. , .1 Wiles Of a noted picpocset and agency OI I !,. f.iT,'t. ,...i ;rl ;Hmw1 I ft I elope with the girl to meet the pickpocket at Chicago. The father followed up very soon, and rescued his daughter before she had joined the pickpocket. A Mrs. Earl, of Monroe, Ogle county, 111., in a fit of mental aberration, took the life of her child, aged fourteen months, and then committed suicide. Mrs. Earl left her home to visit her father, three miles oft, where her husband was to come for her the next day. He did so, but she had not been there, and on search both bodies were, found in a small stream. - Mrs- Earl's father is named Jesse, Cook, and jrmerly lived in Ohio. A young man named Rother, of Cincin nati, fell in love with a young girl, offered himself was refused, and still importuning her, she forbade him any further interviews. He shot himself, but the ball struck a rib, and the wound may prove fatal. The girl hearing of his attempted suicide visited him and agreed to jnarry him if he got well. The day is set, if the wound does not prove fatal. - A Mr. Ewer, of Fayettee, Miss., attemp ted suicide, but his wife snatched the pis tol. The family physician was called in to treat the insane man, when Mrs. E., while explaining the attemted suicide with the pistol in her hand, accidently discharged it, killing the physician instantly. A Mr. Uavis, ot bpringueid, ill., was run over by the cars at Alton ; be was put upon a table in the freight house. Chloro form was administered and bis leg amputa ted, lie was left there ' in charge of a watchman, who left the . room, and Mr. Davis fell from the table to the floor strik ing on the stumb of his leg, and bad no aid until morning. He was taheu home where being told that there was one chance in twenty that by another amputation his life be saved, but death was certain in case his leg was not again cut off. The patient would not consent to another amputation, and died. JE3TA singular divorce case is now on trial at Norwich, Ct, being a eross libel between Mr. and Mrs. Cook, she accusing him of compelling her act the clairvoyant At eve- I a . ... i ir j -,i fj COUDt there Was a half dime SDOrt, atld on he i: and spiritual medium to the mauifest de- terrimout of ber health, and he charging ner with improper intimacies with a man namea Hpenoer. soma most singular testimony has been and will be given in the matter of spiritualism, and effect on the body and jnind of those subjected to its innuence. What ih Lbcomtton Bill Cost. The testimony before the Covode Commit-1 tee at Washington shows that it cost the goverment nearly a million to pass the Lecotnpton bill. During the examination of Wendell, checks to the amount of $925, 000 were produced by bim and left with the Committee. . Most of them are dated during the contest on the Lecompton bill. They are payable to no particular indvidu- al. - Curious combinations of letters, are inserted at the usual place for the name of the payee. Mr. Wendell refused to give any explanations of these mysterious maiks. Some of the checks are payable to sena tors, others to members of the House of Representatives. Whether these payments were made to secure the passage of the Le compton bill, or for other corrupt purposes, Wendell refused to disclose; but the other testimony brought out by the Committee leaves little doubt that this immense sum was used by Wendell, under the direction of the Administration in buying the pas sage of the most odious law ever enacted in this country.' . ' Special Notices. DR. HOOJXAND'S. GERMAN BITTERS, si t DS. IIOOFLAXD'S BALSAMIC CORDIAL., The great standard medicine! of the present age, have acquired their great popularity only through years of trial. Unbounded Malefac tion it rendered by them in all cases; and t!ie people liave pronounced them worthy. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility of the Nervous System, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all disease arising from a disordered liver or weakness of the stomach and digestive orgam, are speedily and permanctrily cured ly tte GERMAN BITTERS. The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a reputation surpassing that of any similar pre paration extant It will cure, without tail, the most severe and long-standing Cough, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronchitis, In fluenza, Cronp, Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption, and has performed the most astonishing cures ever known of Confirmed Consumption. A few doses will also at once check and cure the most severe Diarrhoea proceeding from Cold is the Bowels. ' These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. M. Jacesos & Co., A'o. 418 Arch Street, Phila delphia, Fa., and are sold by druggists and dealers in medicines everywhere, at 75 cents ' per bottle. The signature of C. M. Jacksok will be on the outside wrapper of each bottle. In the Almanac published annually by the proprietors, called Everybody's Almanac, you will find testimony and commendatory notices from all parts of the country. These Almanacs are given away by all our agents. SOLD BY II. Y lilt ft IX. Millersbursr. O.. and Dealers generally. Aug. 15, lo!l TCIKtfvl HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC tjomcopatljic HemeMcs TTAVE now been before the public for fire Team, and JLX nare every wnpre won golden oiintocs lrom the maitr thousands who have u?ed them. Simple, free from intneacv. technicalitv. or danger. rney nave Deeome Tne resource ana am ot the parent, traveler, nurse, or invulid. and have become the family S'o where bare ther been tried without havine been approved, and their highest appreciation is among those woo nare Known mem longest, ana most intimately. n.n. a iutl set ot Humphrey s Homeopathic cpcci- a iuii set oi numpnrev s Homeopatnic sppci- ties, with Book of Directions, and twenty different rem- !.. ! - . . . . , - VU lil-, w. UlllU, 111 II.ll u CB&t? and Book, $2. Single boxes' w".m inrj-evu, morocco se, 5; ditto, in plain case. Mrs. C. P. Bristcr. editress of Newark fO.l Times wites in her paper of January 29, 1859, as follows: OP" We know that Ir. Roback's Scandinavian Reme dies are all they claim to be. The Dr. nrescnteil us with few bottles of his Scandinavian Blood Purifier and boxes of his Blood Pills last summer, which put new life into us. They invigorate, strenfren, and leave the system in a better condition than similants usoallv do. and have depressinp: effect. We feel safe in recommend- '"B mo win i umrar w an nuuenn irom ueoilllv, DO the cause what it may, the Puis have this peculiaritv, they are powerfi-ixy active, and at the same time leave ent from most drastic remedies. Trv them with the Blood Purifier and you will fet-1 like many who have been reuevea, ana wining to aaa your testimony to their om- cacv. See advertisement. raw of fiftren Imtm 25 cents and 50 cents. i nee nemeaiefl, oy tne single oox or case, are sent by huuI or express free of charge to any address, on receipt ui inr pnee. junre?s - lr. c. Ill :Ti fHKK V9 cc CO. No. fi62 Brofldwav.Xew-York. Sold by n TEEGIN, Uillerbburg, Ohio. March 22, 166031 Special Notices. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, May 17, 1860. Flour $G.757,50 Cloverseed $3,50 Biickwiicat Hour $1,5(1 t iaxsced $1.00 Rycflourcwt.$l,50 Timo'ydo $2,0(j25 heal..l,12ufc1.25 Green Apples 50 Corn 50 Dried Annies $155 Oats ..33 Dried Peaches 2,00 Kye 4d Smoked Hams BS Barley 5055 Smoked Shoulders... 6 Butter 12 Smoked Sides 7 ESS8 8 Dress'd Pork 4(253,25 L,:iru 3 J-' give him acall to me pay NEW UAND SHOP! rpHE undersigned retpectfnlly informs the has opened a ROOT & SHOE SHOP Main street, opposite Courtney g Picture Gallery, at the sign of the BJQ BOOT, -where is prepared to do all kinds of work in his in,.B,i n , j workmanlike manBer. Promut ravin2 and cash customers will find it to their interest to Mending Done on Short Notice. May 10, 1860.-38. B.M.SPENCER. . Dr. S. D. EICHARDS, IOCATBD in Berlin, Holinei county, Ohio, will jajtnndto alleallKprope-rte hraprofemlon. ' cspenai aiienuon w wbcuvi ui ui. ajn. . Aprtl VI, 1S60-31. Ing to I I v - t, - - K :A: Fahnestock & CbV; Corner of 'Wood and First Streets, " r' - r : Pittsburgh, Iai, 1MP0&TBBS ASP DEALERS II Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, &c. 4 iitmiciutiis or ' '.. - X". White Lead, Red Lead and Litharge. ; Hninf Resident Partner in Jfew York and Philadelphia Jo take taVrantage of all eaoayea in the aiark wtareenabW toaeUoaaa&TorakU teTateaiEajtera JobkiBgHcroeea. - S Sole Proprietors of B. A. Fahnestock's Celebrated Vermifuge. B. A. Fahnestock & CoV. . PUEE - WHITE LEAD Has been analyzed by competent Chemists, at the request of disinterested , , parties, with the following results : ' ' Analysis of Messrs. POWERS ft VEIGHTMAJT, sample farnialied by Kessrs. TFJT. . K'CXTLLY CO. of Pittsburgh. Philadelphia, October 21th, So$. i We hare examined the keg of White Lead, ground in oil, branded Pure White Lead," and find it to be. as represented 100 parts of the mixture furnished Oil, 9 parts, White Lead, 91 " 100 POWERS & WEIGHTMAN.- Analysi of A. A. HATES, Esq., State Assayer of Massachusetts, of sample fornisat 1 by Messrs. LY05, SH0RB A CO. of Pittsburgh. -- " ' . 16 Boylston St., Boston, October 6th, 1859. Sample of Lead in 0"il was analyzed for any impurity, but found to consist of Oil J and White Lead only. : - A. A. HAYES. We claim for our White Lead not only ttricl purity , but a degree oi fino ness and whiteness not equaled by any other brand. . ' B. A. Fahnestock & Co. j GREAT EXHIBITION OF New Spring and Summer Goods L. MYERS, - HAS returned from the Eastern Cities where he bought a very large and desirable stock of Goods of every kind, which he now offers to the people of Holmes County at low prices. IIIS LARGE STORE UOOMS Are filled full of the latest styles of Sew' SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. And no mutation is extended to the doodI of the County and the rest of mankind to call and examine this stock before buying elscwherej as oy so doing tuey may gave moncv. Millersburg.. April 5, I860 u33if Sngar. i Susar. Sugar. fensrar.! . LOOK HERE! If yon want Good Sorgum ' OR SUGAR CANE SEED. that ripens before the frost, call at tbe Big;Coflc Pot. I bare some raised in Kentucky, and it is good. CALL SOON. 9llfi31 S and lay cheap", and plant largely of tbe I am sole agent in this county for Cook's Sogar Evaporator, OR R0CK1XG PAN By lar tbe best eTer invented. fjAll Evaporator that boil jn ices r in iiiuiiijaireiiiuiiigciiiviiiuiu .um k7 ll.ill (rigorously prosecuted oy tne inventor. April, i, IBM. jfci.tC.A- i me iinner. Sugar, i Sugar. IlEMOVAIi. MRS. has removed her JliHinery Shop to one door l webt of tbe Ohio House, where she is now receiving from the cities a 1 large assortment of Gimp, and all other trimmings for ttonnets, yC mc siock is weu se lected, of the very latest stvlen, and will be admired bv all who call to examine for themselves. BLEACHING, COLORING, &C, Done in the best stvle and on the shortest notice. Millersburg, Spring of 1SC0 n37tf. GROCERY STORE. QODFItEY ITJfEU has rcaovod tU Grocery and Provision Store, To the Rooms formerly occupied by Fry's Jewelry Store. His goods are of tbe very best q utility, carefully select ed cad will be sola on buort fronts. All who want to bay the test quality ot GROCERIES should call. G. ITXER. April 23, ISeO. n3Ttf. Bridge Notice. THE County Commisbioners of Ho Imes county will meet near Joseph Longaneckcr's, in Paiut Tuwnship, on r nuny, June 1st, at l o clock i . iln lor tne purpose of letting the building of a Bridce across Craliapple Creek at said place. Also, on the aame day at 3 o'clock at Berkey s haw-in 11 in I'atnt lownstiip, lor tiiu purpose of iettingbuilding of a Bridge at that place. i nc stone ana ooa worK eaca to ue let separately. uyoraer oi tae vommissioners. G.F.XEWTOX, ifay 1st, I860. County Auditor. Notice to Tax Payers. COCXTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. THE Tax Payers of Holmes county are hereby notified that the annual County Board of Equalization ol the taxable property of sua county as returned by the Asuessorsfor the year I860, will be held at the Auditor's office in the town of lillcrshurg:ommenciag on Wednes day, tne xu aay ot Jiay, ROAD JVOTICE. ATOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be presented to the Commissioners of Holmes county, at their June Session, 1860, pravinir tor an nltemtron on tne otaie Koad leading from Jlillersbnrfj, Holmes county, O., Jeroroeville, Ashland conaty, O. Said alter ation to commence in Monroe tp.. Holmes coun ty, u., on lot no. in, ownea by T. Johnson, thence South-east a few rods to near the North line of lot no. 11, owned by L. Uhl; thence East along said line near Hudson and Corn's corners, the owner of the above named lots, thuncc South along the line to the old road and there to end. rilTlJOiSEKS.. May 2, 1860 37w3. . BOOT & SHOE MAKING. rpHE oudersigned having entered into partnership in BOOT & SHOE BUSINESS would call attention of persona in want of anything In incur line to come to ' MECHANICS' BLOCK, V where they can be accommodated with neat, good and durable word - JOHN I. SPENCER. B. M. SfKNCEK, Millersburg. O, ian.2, 1S60 33tf ; N. B. All persons knowing themselves indebted to in any way, for the last aix yearn or leaf, will pla&e the same immedately. t - J. 1. tH'KNl'BK. LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER! 1 1 "a" - , Patronize your own Tards. New Lumber Yard JUSt Openfd 111 Millersbnrg, KKAR THE RAILROAD LAXD1XQ, "ITTIIEItE YOU CAN ALWAYS GET at Clereluud prices, freight tothisalace added,) all BortH of . PINE AND POPLAR LUMBER, Shingles and Plastering Laths, ;7" MATCHED FLOORING & SIDING, Sash and Doors, , ' . Embracing all the rarietlea nadalljr founit Id Lumber Tards elsewhere. We ask the public patronage, nromis- that they shall be fairly dealt with. Onr present assortment is yery Rood, hut we expect l made additions it from day to day, as the wants of the coautry are undendo. - GIVE. USACAU2-.T' JAMES HULL., March OT, WW. R. w. EN OS I J. EBEEHAEDT, - life;., Zr7wkr Manufacturer and Dealer IU" ALL KINDS OF AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE WORKS Monuments. Tombs and Head Stones on hand and made to order on the shortest possible notice, and at such low prices too inax win astomsn tne natives. J. fciii-KliAKUl. Shop on Main Street. Millersburg, April 12, 1960. , - Relief for Hard Times - AT ' ' b. courses . m m IS' I n "T7"HO has received one of largest and moat exten- f f sire adsortuments 01 SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING Ever offered in this eonnty ' C ii,so, : c Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, L . L Together with a rcry large assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, O O Which T am determined in sell at snch low figures as will astonish the citizens of this and ad joining counties, and the rest of mankind in general. Mv stock of goods which is unusually large, has been seiectea wiin great care ana especially lur tins market. I would, therefore, invite all my oli enstomers and a tboos aand new oues to cull ,-. , aud examine . . . . mv . . : - . H . Magnificent Assortment of Clothing, Cloth?, and Gentlemen's furnishing goods, comprising very anicie oi gentlemen s wear. HATS, Caps, I HATS, Caps, N I HATS, Caps, N HATS. Caps, TKUXKS, TRU.XKS, TRUXKS, -r-r i tt i ' f-r i ' v aiises, v antses, v aiises. c c A very large assortment of the latest stylos. ILJ. am well asmred that tou will be suited in the styles, quality and price of all such articles of wear as snail otter you. i ou win get tne wortn or your mon- ev in superior goods. Jly customers and the people gcnejanyt may rent assured that of the Ready-Made joining Kepi in Jiiiierourg, mere is iVonc Made at Home, but all brought from abroad, and of those I assert that 1 always keep tne very best in market. Garments of all kinds made to order on tbe shortest notice and warranted to fit. ft OFIT WO SALE. So come and see my stock before purchasing and tret a gooa oargain lor your money, on ine corner oi .nam ana Washington sw. iitiJA3ii uuua April a, lttou 33 Westward, Ho! THE NEW ELDORADO IS AT NASHVILLE. rrriisrs i .TOFSTIIIxn? Wlierc is) GEN. VY MLLOWt Whrre itJOHN TYLEH1 Where, Oh, where is Delusion SISIlTIIf YOU NEED NOT CARE, But if you want good Goods, cheap Goods, and new t.ood. moster up vour families, rather no tout trade ana u ii, ana turn your laces xowarai ine PIKE'S PEAR OF HOLMES COUSTY AT SASHY1LLE, Wliere Pure Virgin Gold is dag up from the bottom of your pocket and paid to Everly, Eckel (t Co. in exchange for goods, sold cheaper than ever. - THEIR NEW GOODS are now nrri vine, and comprise a stock suited to their tiade. Tuey will be sow at a Handsome reduction from the prices charged elsewhere. TRY US AND SEE. Oar stnek is lsxzcrthan erer. may be found, Among the assortment Dry Goods,' J; " Groceries, Hard-ware, " . ' V. Iron, Nails, . Glass, r ... Crockery, ; faints. Oils, SOLE LEATHER. .. AI.SO.LAKvE LOTOK . Ready-Made CLOTHING, HATS, t'APS BOOTH & SUOOi. -. EVEKLV. ECKLB CO. April 18, 18(10. : Executor's Notice. TOTICB is hereby rWi-b that lb nndrnlgnrd haTe S leen duly ai'imiuteil and quulinvd as Executors of .Estate of John TUouuts. law of Kuox township, Ilobucs county, Uhlo, Uiirasvd.. , a y J. C. RANKIN. Afril 13, 1M. Kiecutors. I . be of aO :ITvEE CEIPPLES 2 Koch's Corner Still Mead! SECOND AREIVAL OP. : :', SPRING &;SUMMER GOODS!! Jjook Before You Buy , :i i .'.'a-rJ)Q .'-.1 OUR sales hsTlnft so fcr excewJci oar expectaeloml (hb Spring, thai instead of having one half of oitf Spring Stock st4 unsold, w - find ourselres in possession sfs r n , . - , , . , SECOND NEW STOCK! ; Which were bought after the trade in the eastern dtiea vaa orer, to4T cenaeiiaently bought - - . At least 10 per cent. Cheaper ' than was paid by those who booght earlier, and will be sold propor tionately cheap. If you wish to learn where yon can bay cheaper than you can elsewhere, ; . - . - - - - - - GO TO KOCH'S STOREt ' t You will And there a larger stock and better goods than job. can else- where in the county. .. ,. .- . - ... UEME3IBER THE PLiCl?. Remember also that our good are mostly new, having sold oat Terr Cose, just before going East and baring purchased of the largest nett cah houses. . i . t BUTTER, EGGS, GKAINV 5 And all kinds of Country Produce,' Taken as usual at the highest prion. . . rJ H illeraburg, April 2S, 1860 39 " X.E.KOCH. THE- GEEAT, IBIZE FIGrHT ! ee: .". ; be prw HEENAN cfe IS OVER, AND NOW THE EXCITEMENT IS AT . , , ) Comer of Clay & Jackson Street Sj Miller sburgj O. ' ,. : I HATE just returned from east with the largest and best selected STOCK OI GOODS " er brought to this market. I hare been selling at Cost for thirty days and thereby reduced my stock so thai it was necessary for ne topur chase a much larger stock than usual. My goods now are almost entirely new, ami bwraog bought after early trade was orer, for good pay, i bought at.- ' " ' ' i -t ' r ;j i i:: , . .-; ' 1,-.! i"G-ieatly Reduced Prices,-J : ' and now I give you only ONE HE AS OX why jou should buy your good of me, and that is, 1 will sell t2ta cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere. r - - , !--.. MT STOCK OF LADIES' DRESS GOODS IS C0MP1ETE '- Amonir which may be found every style of Figured and Plain Silks, Betages, Mohair Strips, Chiata, Chalf.TS 7i cts. per yam. Shawls: tirapft, auussawniw; oieua Man tillas, Silk Lace Points, and In Capes. from 12 W 2j cts. per yard: Lawns fnmfl to 87 cts. Shawls. Merino Shawls with Silk frinee, all colors: Swiss and Cambric Collars, Bcsiery, &c; Cotton Ilose fromS to 25 ets per pair, Embrares every style and color of Freneh, English nd American Bread Cloths, Prenea and American Case! meres; t estings: riusb, baun, MaraiUes, and a ranety of other styles; summer wear in great variety. , . Hats and Caps, a Large Lot of Them. MY BOOT AND SHOE DEP1RTJIEXT liTbi will continue to sell setts best Iron Stone China Wrc, forty -se Yen nieces for $4. t3TLookkg-Glasae cheaper . than ever. jjPI Thankful lor past favors I hope to merit an increased trade by giving good and desirable Goods in a sasck . largrr assortment than before, and being able from long experience to furnuht yon goods at low prices. Call anu examine beiore purcnasicf cisewnere. tnivr April 26, !&).& . ., -:i ; . ' v , - - . THE CAMPAIGN OPENED! A Grand Mass Meetiii of Consumers and Customers "Will be held every day tliorcghout the coming Spring and Su miner nt : J. CHEEEYHOLMES, Commodious Store Rooms, Millersburg, Ohio, wheretlie unisafallelid ; arrival of V ' - . SPRJNS AND SUMMER GOODS! Whicli hare recently been selected and just received from the Great Emporium of thm Revr World is nlttrac.ing an immense crowd. ' .- OUR STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS ! r Surpass all previous stocks fbr Beauty,- "Variety arid Eicelleaoev OXJH LADIES' DRESS GO OB S- "Were never before half so attractive, and will win smiles of approval :) , . ; i- ..... from our lair memds.- . . Are just what you need to improve your beauty and restore youth. OUR BOOTS & SHOES Combine "elegance and ease, with strengti and duraDUiiy. . OUR CLOTHS. CASSIMERESeand Testings, are alfof this Spring, OUR HARDWARE. Cutlery Crockery Ac, have been better selected than ; OUR FANCY ARTICLED repented embracing everviuing icav n iuortuaus au r : .- - iSAving purcW a LARGER 1?D Bflf before.we con6dontly rely njpmi the mSXiTL Wear prepared to . FKJZlUSor rTwTrd i." ,m w7ra.'" ' " real and valuohle tbal are tisuailj oncrea. nnB't be back-card ia coioictr forward. : J. CSerrrtaolBM. JliUcrebtu-g,ilarcliay.lBbU.. ... To Farmers. . THE nndersliaea' or&w for sale a his sb! 4 milee soutU of ilillersl.urg, eo the Coshocton roa, large lotor ' iots, ifqttotos, CnlWofa, SJ)obel Tk.u Im mm all ol bis own manolactar and war ranted perfect. Among hi plows may be. tound the Hisor. Esale, the J. Loan, and Ohio flow, all veil known, to nrst rate Plows. Also, Farmers' Gates, . Tartooa patterns, kept eo hand for sale. March tt, 1S60. . BLANK Constable's Sales ami Jus lire's Summons foraaleat thiaottioe. ; Kt i ').. ' 1 1 i ' L To the Creditors of A. H. Smith, Dec'. mBB sBbsen kas sea anpetnted b ih. hekris I Court of HolmesennntT. Ohio, oosommiostw of thw -estate ef A. -H. Smith. -Wd. -renraented iBaolreat. ' The period of six aMttths from e 4te (this aoejewsi t allowed to creditors to brine; In and prore their claima aswiast said estate. Ih. aukseriber wH attee t aa duties tit his saiUanpoiDtoientj at his oJioe im th. town- . ef Millersnr)t. Holmes coantT,Ohio; on the SdofMarck. 1MW, the ath and 7th slays at April, 1S80, and the 5th ea ef liar, ltwo, at ten- o'clock, in the the ferenooa of sack , Of said days. This da.r of Jannarr. ttiBO. Dis8ohitiou of Copartnership. TriK partnership heretofore existinc nnder the mass . and stile of McCrory ss Craiirhead, is this ay ds solved hr matnal consent. All those knowing tlisuaeWea indebted to the hit. akm are respeetfuDy invited to call and snake settleaarnt withoat olar. I mast have amar ; sr. SAUCEL MeCRORT. Millersbarf. March , 10 JOHN RUDsTOr, CoasjeJsaoaat.