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Japanese Court Dress and Customs.
torn: The Japanese put on their best "bibs and tuck" when fermaHy PJDff their r- nsvtu in the President A letter sayi Tha dresses of the Japanese were . much more georgeous ihkn an 'they had prevj ouslv sppetfrei in.- The -first Embassador wore robes of bine, and purple crape, with richly embroidered users- -ct silk. The gannentg.6LthesecoDd and third were of differed shatrs of reen, crape and silk, all err curiously wrought, ihe seconda tf Officers tad interpreters Were more' nim- Tbry attired ' All had by ' means of some artificial contrivance; an unusual expanse TpC' A qulder which ga-e them an air of ro;- tun arty Uier do not at ordinary .times pos "jesw TEo Uighest dignitaries had peculi- jct head-aresses, shaped like noiiow, doxbs, aad sefc-nooo-the toe of the head, where ; jQle'were conaedby long cords reaching ; dcrwnHbeekies of the, face and passing nn- der"tEeechii" These head-dresses "were blacfc' ab1jTSt:fitTn6he'sliirh 'and six Ionr They we're not ubicaLbut were broad ,in itontr iaperiDg to point behind."; They appear .ttf exactly cover Jae spot toil baiu " upon the head bv shavrasr. '" The "officers next in ranlrore similar, though smaller - Uben leaving the President's House, tho 1 subordinates all .knelt, in lines, allowing theu enperjors; to. walk, between them to the carriages. As each Prince, passed, his special attendants would rise 'and follow him, and then assume their places beside . and in front, of. his vehiclo.--- Then proces sion returned to " Willards Hotel in' ' the same manner In which' it " came, with the same display of Japanese custom, and re garded everywhere with the same interest. ' .. . am ' - Chinese Affairs. WASHINGTON, May 27. Our inisl'er at CLu'oh has thought the conduct of.' Ibe Captains of the ships Mes senger: Kitty Simpson, (iov. Morton and Pioneer, as eennected with the the Collie traffic, thus seriously affecting our relations with thai Empire' of sufficient importance to make it the subject of a special despatch to our Government, . The attention of the Governor General has been directed to' the undisputed fact' that the Chinese were t ken onboard ibfcir vessels lying at Wham- poa by ' farce 'of fraud, against a positive rule of iron Uanton, that they should be shipped only at. their pleasure. . Minister Ward says no American bouse will have any connexion, with the traffic, but unfortu nately ready agents" are found among the English, and other -merchants of Hong - American vessels are chartered by the subjects of other uovernments, and odious . lias becorad the," traffic . by recent transactions, that other governments have either forbidden their vessels to be engaged in it, or so. restrained and regulated it as to throw it almost entirely into the hands of the Americans., i-llr." Ward expresses the earnest hope that Uongress will pass a law . to punish the- offenders -which " obstruct ' the faith ful execution of tha treaty stipulations. He says the horrors of . the Coolie trade, as conducted at Wbampoa, cannot be pro ' perly described within the limits of a dis patch.: v " s ' The kidnapping grievance: has became so intolerable that the Governor -General has been aroused, to. action! and At Canton rewards have been offered for the heads of foreigners. - - The bill which Mr. Elliott introduced into the Hawse for the remedy of the evil, so lar as American shipmasters are con cerned,1s in accordance with the views of the Stale department. ' The Tornado in the Ohio River Valley. Tlie newspapers bordering the Ohio in Indiana,. Ohio and Kentucky, contain long andainful .accounts of the destruction of lire and property by tbegreal sierra of May 21st In extent .and. violence it-has no parallel in this country; nd the damages to property Can scarcely be estimated, ' In many places nothing could' withstand its power, and great oak trees, that had braved the storms" of centuries, were' twisted off like twigs. Ibe loss 'in fruit trees alone is immensi'!. . -.-; , ,. -, , The city of Portsmouth felt the full fu ry of the storm, and the Tribune fills two columns with a list of injuries sustained. Steeples, furnace-stacks, and buildings were swept dowfij'invoTvjng rnedj women, chil dren, horses, cattle and - furniture in one common" ruiril "A daughter of - Mr. E. Jones, 6-jcars old was killed."- Also H. McConl rusloa. and David Price. - In Cler mont and "Highland counties the damages were general and extensive,,' Several horses and cattle were killed and a number of per sons iujured. j Mr." Jonathan Wright, and. Mr. Jackson, cattle dealers, were killed. On the Ohio .river some forty coal boats and ia,rge3 were lost, and a large number of lives.' In some instances the boats went down with all oil board.4 Six pair of boats were in iight of New .Richmond at the time when the storm came op, -and they were soUeeeo efter the storm subsided. The los"tf life among'bojitmen-probably reaches' fifty or more persons.. The storm on the river is described ai Coming on wilh a suddenness that was appalling. A black clcud appeared in the . heavens, and burst ing as at "swept on, everything had to give way before it. Cleveland Leader. ' , ,.-. " . - e- , ; v . . An "Ear Doctor" gets a "Flea in his Ear." The Washington correspondent of Bos loiQTraveler. rehjtfes Ihe career and detec tion of b quack "ear doctor in. the Capital City:.,'...;,! ly.. j ' v.. He claimed io -perkperatiug surgeon to Queen Tictoia," apdspoke, o St.. James Clark as-tis' eofeagu'e:', His theory was that by ;tbflyreTrj$va1rjf $ Yertay,s6rai-( ly his owntbe4eariBg would b gradually reslered, i&.berferiepi in the course . of a month. ; His plan, was to extract from he ear of a patient ' sorne" fbreigri 'substance introduced Jy hmsleTf, or wmet'dead .skin, and exhibit it intriumpb.. In this .way he imposed upon many. " A relative of Senator Brown of; Mass'jiaid t. bin) '.five, hundred dollars for an- operation on her son. It is estimated that he made a thou sand dollars a day before his detection. But at last he was met and recognized as the same person who had flourished last winter as s corn-cutter and quack general ly. The man was arrested, under that law that disalows persons from abroad to prac tice in the Distrct without -a diploma When brought before - the magistrate the culprit begged and plead for release, ac knowledging the truth of the charges, and promising to leave the city at once. He was enlarged on bail, on depositing in the hands of the magistrate of $300 in gold ! On returning to bis rooms, at the National, he locked his door on plea of illness. But as the news got among his victims, they grew clamorous, and ea ban day broke his doors open, only to find the bird bad Down. ftn officer was dispatched Id the depot to intercept his -flight without success, cut Gov. Urown searcnea-in peVson for him, and employed a policeman to' help him, nnd not finding the man on the train, kent on to Blandensburs, think- infr he misrht be concealed. They fonnd him before arriving' at the place; and though he and his daughter offered their watches ana jewelry, ior release, iook mm from the train, and without a warrant put him into a wagon, and brought him across the State line to Washington. There he assigned the draft for $.a00f faid him by the relative of his . captor, to Gov,4 Brown, who left him irf the hands of the policeman For some reason the culprit was then allowed to escape, and has not since been heard of. The Crops. crops all directions of the Union, except in some portions of the extreme West, are general ly of a cheering character.. In Ohio as far as we can learn, everything looks fa- voradle, and .the prospect is now good for large crops.; ihrongbont the Northwest the late tains have been of incalculable ad vantage to the growing crops, and should the weather continue as favorable as it now is,j no fears need be entertained that the harvest which is to follow will far exceed in abundance its predecessors for many years. c rom Iowa the news is most cheering. The rye harvest there it is expected, will be r'pe as early as June - in some parts of the State. In Indiana no unfavorable re ports have yet reached us in our exchanges. In Michigan everything is looking very well. In most of tho Southern States the grains are ripening beautifully, and give promise of an abundant harvest, but Kentucky short crops are predicted. The fly is doing great damage there and wheat appears to be of a weak and sickly growth. The Louisville paper says that the crop of wheat in Kentucky will fall far short of that of that of last year. In Virginia also there are numerous complaints of the rav ages of insects in some of the most fer tile districts. ' The prospects for fuits in the regions name above are generally con sidered good, and it is thought that all the danger from frost is now past. States man. Horse Obituary. The Illinois Jiepub lican contains the following obi'.uary no tice of a once popular and winning ani mal:'.'' ' .Died. At Charleston, S. C. on the 2d instn the old and well-known horse De mocracy. 1 be above named horse was sired by Thos. Jefferson, and damnied by S. A. JJouglas. The Crops. Special Notices. ; -- DPw HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, JIXD R. IIOCFLAXD'S BALSAMIC " COSIEJIAL,, Th great ttandard anlicintt of the prntnt age, have acquired Ihiir great popularity on.y through years of trial. Unbounded tati 'fac tion is rendered by (htm in all eaten; and tin people hare pronounced them teortfiy. liver Complaint, Dyspepsia Jaundice, Bebllitr of the Jfervous System, i - Diseases of the Kidneys,' and aU disease arising from' a disordered liter or tceaJcness of the stomach and digestif e organs, are speedily and permanently ettrcd by the GERMAN HITTERS. - - The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a reputation surpassing tlut of any similar pre paration extant It will aire, wjthoit fail, the most severe and long-standing ' ;.'""'-' Cough, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronchitis, In fluenza, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient ( ' ..Consumption, . ... '. h'.: and has performed the most astonishing cures ever lenovm of - - ' - ' ""'.''."." . Confirmed Consumption. A fete doses will also at ones check and cure the most severe Diarrhoea proceeding from Cold is the Bowels. These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. M. : Jacksos & Co., A'o. 418 Arch Street, Phila delphia, Pa,, and art told by druggists and ' dealers in medicines everywhere, at 75 cents per bottle. Thi signature ofC. JL'Jacksob ki'U bean the outside wrapper of each bottle. In the Almanac published annually by the proprietors, called Eveeibodt'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. YERRIX. Hillersbnnr. O.. and Deato-6 generally. ;HUMPHREYt'S sriciric , loineopatljicf Hcmeiiics HATE now been before the public for fire Tear, and have every where wob golden opinions from the many thousands who have used them. - - Simple, free from intricacy, technicality, or danger, they have become the resource and aid of the parent, traveler, nurse, or invalid, and bare become the family physician and medical adviser, of thousands of families, Np where have they been tried without having been approved, and their highest appreciation is among those who have known them loupest. and most intimately. N.B. A full set of Humphrey's Homeopathic Speci Hes, with Book of Directions, and twenty differenttrem edies, in large vials, morocco case, $5; ditto, in plain case, $4; case of tif teen boxes, and Book. $2.. Single boxes. 25 cents and 50 cents. The hc Remedies, by the single box or case, are sent by mail or express, free of charge to any ad drees, on receipt of the price Address . . . , Ir. F. HUMPHREYS &: CO. No. 562 Broadwav, New- York. . Sold by I TERGIN, UUlersburg, Ohio. March 22, 18b3 -. he The Crops. Special Notices. Marriage Notices. MS.RRIKD. On Tuesday May 29ih, at the residence of the bride's father in Milllersbnrp, by' the, Rev.. U. J. Kkiselt, Mr. DANIEL D.UER and Miss CAROLINE NEWTON. . -On the saniedny.by the same, in Mil- lcrsbnrg, Mr. PETER LISOR and Miss MAIt QARET PIPER. .".,.;. - , t Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, May 31, 1860. Buckwheat flour $1,50 Flaxseed $1.00 Rycaour?cwt.$10 Timo'ydo $2,00a5 Wheat.. $l,20(gai.30 Green Apples 50 Corn 50 Dried Apples ....$155 ?at 33 Dried Peaches.... $2,00 I've - 75 Smoked Uamg...89 farley . 50a!55 Smoked Shoulders... 6 Butter...; vy Smoked Sides 7 EKg 8 lres8'd Pork $1$5,25 Lard 9 of THE CAMPAIGN OPENED! . : AGrandMass Meeting of Consnnifrs and Customers Will be held every day thonghout the coming Spring and Summer at . Cooagnodious Store Ilooms, MillersbiiTg,OMo where the unparalleled . ' . " f ' aniTal of v SPR1UG AND SUMMER GOODS Which have recently been selected and just received from the Great Emporium of the s. - World is atttrac'.iDg an immense crowd.- ' - our'staple and fancy dry goods Surpass all previous stocks for Beauty, yariety and Excellence. OUR LADIES' DRESS GOODS "Were never before half so attractive, and will win smiles of approval " - ; from our fair memds. : ; " - Are just what you need - to improve your beauty and restore youth. OUR BOOTS & SHOES Combine elegance and ease, with strength and durability. - OUR CLOTHS, CASSIMERES,al Vestings,areallofthis Spring: ... varieties. . . OUR HARD WARE, Cutlery, Crockery fcc, have been better selected than . . i - r - " last season. ' " '. ' OUR FANCY ARTICLES, Notions, &e., are too numerous to be here repeated enibracinjr everytuiii'f tnai a iuercuant snouid keen ana a customer should buy; ' - - " ' And now havine purchased a IiAUGEIt AU BETTER STOCK than ever before.we confidently rely upon Jhe appreciation of the public for a ready sale of the same. We are tfTepnred to give fniz. S or raiJUias lor UASH or i"KOiIf T rAJ , lar more real and valuable thai are usually offered. Don t be backward in comirp forward. ilillereburg, March as, 18bU. J. Cherry Holmes. GREAT EXHIBITION OF New Spring and Summer Goods! L. MYERS, HAS returned from the Eastern Cities where he bought a very larpe and desirable stock of Goods of every kind, which he now offers to the people of Holmes County at low prises. . IIIS LARGE STORE ROOMS Are filled full of the latest styles of New SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. 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 they may -save money. Jlillensburg.. April 5, I860 n33tf HEIMOVAIi. "1 RS. VDLER has removed If I her Millinerv Shop to one door west of the Ohio House, where she is now rectdTiDg from Uie cities a large assortment of . , flitnpjt, and all other trimrainps for Bonnets, be The stock is well se lected, of the rerv latest styles, and will be admired by all who call to examine for themselves. BLEACHING, COLORING, &C, Done in the best style and on the shortest notice. . ! ' Millersburg, Springof I860 n37t CLEVELAND WOOL DEPOT, GRADES HAVE been established over seven years and am well and farorablv known to alt the leadinz manu facturer in New EngUnd. This fact has enabled as to procure orders for 1,000,000 poijxds of the new din. Onr cnnirrnors mar therefore raslize the CASH FOR THEIlt WOOL the day it is re ceived and graded. Thisarraufrement will enable holders of wool to pro cure from 3 TO 5 CENTS MORE A POUND for medium and fine wools, in fair condition, than in any other way it can be sold, for there is not a manufactur er who will not pay the advance for the specific grades he wauts. This affords . , T UNSURPASSED AD VANTA QE to Wool Growers and Merchants to procure their money wiinout any delay and Highest llarket Price for their wool. Those of onr friends who are not desirous to secure their money at once but prefer to wait for higher prices, which arc usually p recurred later in the season, may de pend upon the same attention to their interests which has been exercised for the last seven years We are thankful for the liberal favors extended to ns through the financial reverses of the past, and shall en- avorto merit increased continence ana patronage. Sacks will be sent as heretofore to parties wishing. also, avery excellent article of wool twine at from 10 to to 15 cents per pound reasonable discounts made by the ton. GOODALE k CO. Cleveland, Ltay 1st, I860. 40U. ! I ey but l a ana 1L NEW C AMD SHOP! riiHE undersigned ra,pectfnlv informs the JL citizens oi ilillersburg ana Ticmitj, UM He as opened a - - . . s , , c . r . , l'-:" BOOT A SIIOE SHOP Main Street, opposite Courtney's Picture Gallerv, at the sien of the BIG BOOT, where is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line, either Pegged or Sewed, in a neat and workmanlike manner. Prompt ravins and cash customers will find it to their interest to give him a call. Mendins: Done on Short Notice. May 10, I860. 38. - B. M. SPEXCER. Fashionable Tailoring. NHENDERSON has opened a Tai a lor Shop in the rooms heretofore occupied by the Post Office where be is prepared to do work to order on short notice. - He will be in receipt of the LATEST FASHIONS From the Eastern Cities. All work will be under bis immediate supervision and -will be WARRANTED to it and not to Kin. rlis prices win oe reasonable. t""A shore of public patronage is respectfully solici 2. HENDERSON. Springof 1860 n37 . - - - GROCERY STORE. QODFItEY ITNEtt ha. removed bis Grocery and Provision Store, the Rooms formerly occupied bj Fry's Jewelrjr Store sis flrondit are of the Tory best quality, carefully select- and will be aold on Short Profits. . .. All who want to buy the best quality ot . -- GROCERIES ahonld call. G. IT.NER. April 28, 38C0. n37tt o the Creditors of A. H. Smith, Dcc'd. fTIHE subscriber has been apimtnted by the Probate tonnoi jiounmcoumy, uuio, eommlimoner of the of A. H. Smith, dcc'd, represented insolrent. period of six months from the ilate of this notice is allowed to creditors to brins; in and nmr. their ctnims airainst said estate. The Buhscriboivsrill attend to the duties of bis said appointment, at tiist oflirc in the town Millersburir, Holmes counly, Ohio, on the 3d of March the 8th and 7th days of April, 18RU, and the 6th day May, 1W0, at ten o'clock, in the the forenoon of each said days. Thisl!8 day of January, 1800. JOHN HOUSTON, Commi.soner 23lf. Dr. S. D. RICHARDS, IOCATED to Berlin, Holmes county, Ohio, will j attend to all calls proper to his prorossiou . fy Enpecinl attimtion to diseases or the Eye. April 12, 18W a. BLANK Constable'? Saleiand .1 11 ti tle e ' S u in in on s for sale at tlii. cHico. But ; is I are the may I I ' New sorts Yards ing to oh Late Relief for Hard Times AT ; ' ' , - : ' B. COIIX'S P iUU m NG.STORE! HO has received one of largest and most exten sive assort uments of SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING Ever offend in this county, C ,lL,SO, , s c Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, L' L Together with a Tery large assortment of ' ' ' 1 Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods O O Which I am determined to sell at snch low figures as will astonish the citizens of this and ad joining counties, and the rest of. mankind in general. My stock of goods which is unusually large, has been seiecieu wun great care ana especially ior this market. 1 would, therefore, invite all my olj customers and a tbous sand new ones to call and examine my H Magnificent Assortment of Clothing, Cloths, and Gentlemen's furnishing goods, comprising HATS, HATS, HATS, HATS Caps, Caps, Caps, Caps, N N TRCA'RS, TRl'XKS. TKUJVKS, -VT M "Tr 1 ' TT.l: ' v cuisus, v ctusws, v auses. c c A very large assortment of the latest styles. am well assured that you will be suited in the styles, quality and price of all such articles of wear as shall offer you. Yon will get the worth of vour mon in superior goods. My customers and the people generally, may rest assured that of the Iteady-Made uiomug Kepi in jiiuerourg, mere is ..-. IVone Made at Home, all brought from abroad, and of thoee I assert that always keep the very best in market. Garments of all kinds made to order on the shortest notice and warranted to fit. - NO FIT NO SALE. So come and see my stock before purchasing and get goou uargain ior your money, on ine corner oi Main nasmngton nw. . utiJAiU UUHAr April 5, 1860 33 Westward, Ho! THE NEW ELDORADO IS AT NASHVILLE. TT7-lirc in JOE SIWITH? Where Is GEN. H PILLOW Whi reisJOHNTYLERl Where, Oh, where ti Uelnsiaa SMIXHf YOU NEED NOT CARE, , if you want good Goods, cheap Good, and new Good, manter np your families, gather np your trade anauA)Mt ana turn jonr iacea lowaroa uie PIRTS PEAK OF HOLMES CCNTI AT NMTUE, Wh.ere Ptire Virgin Gold " dug up from the bottom of your pocket and paid to Evcrly, Eckel ctCo. in exchange for goods, sold cheaper than ever. THEIR NEW GOODS now arriving, and comprise a stock suited to their trade. 1 hey will be sola at a nanusome reaucuon I rom prices charged elsewhere. TRY US AND SEE. ur stock is larger than ever. Among the assortment be found, , Dry Goods, ; ' ' :" ' j. Groceries, , . . . Hardware, Iron, Nails, ' ' , Glass,'.' vf x " Crockery, r ". , - Paints, T SOLE LEATHER. ' , ALSO, LARUE LOT OF - Ready-Made CLOTHING, UATS, CAPS, BOOTS & 8II0ES. EVEKLY, ECKLK k CO.-" April 18, I860 1 ; - , . , , . - ' LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER! Patronize your own Yards.1.:: ; Lumber Yard just opened in juuiersburg, - m'AX THE RAILROAD LAXDIXG. WHERE VOU CAN ALWAYS CJET at Cleveland prices, frclcht totbisatace addtd.) aU of '.'. t 4 ; , PINE AND POPLAR LUMBER, : Shingles and Plastering Laths, ' MATCHED FLOORING & SIDING, Sash andDoors, Fmbradnir all the Tarlctles nimally found in Lumber rLsowhcra. Wa ask the nubile Datmn.iire, promis that they shall Iw fairly dealt villi. Our present assortment is very Rood, but we axpoct to made additions it from day to day, aa the wants of the country are understood. - - GIVE. US A CALL.. - JAS1E.S HULL. Mnrch2!, 1800. It. W. ENOS ' , Executor's IVolicc. NOTICE is liweliy given that the underHipD cd have been duly appointed dad nualitied Kxecutnni of tha Jjtate of Michitl Snyder, oi oiuicrceK mwnanin, jioimcs county, Ohio. MARY SSTYIlEIt. ) .. WILLIAM SNYDER, i lre Slay 17, 1S60. 10 to GO IT YE OEIPPLES! Koch's Corner Still Ahead! -n- SECOND ARRIVAL OF SPRING S SUMMER GOODS Ijook Before You Buy OtR yales having so for exeeedei onr expectaeiom this Spring, that instrad of haTiog w half of our Spring Stock still unsold, we bud ourselres in puMtsiun of a . i SECOND NEW STOCK! Which were bought after the trade in the eastern cities was orer, and couicnot otlv bought . At least 10 per cent. Cheaper. ' than was paid by those who boaht earlier, and will be raid propor tionate! r cbeap. If jou iah to learn where joa can bnj cheaper than j ou can elsewhere, - GO TO KOCH'S ; STORE! Vou will find there a larger stock and better foods than yon can else-, where in the county. UGUE3IBEK THE PIjACE. nmrmW aln thatonr irnods tre mostiv new, bavin? told out very tsie, juittbefoie going East and having purchased of the largest nett BUTTER, EGGS, GRAIN, And all kinds of Country Produce, Taken aa usual at tha highest prices. Millersburg, April 26, 1880 36 . J.E.KOCH.. THE GKEAT PEIZE OFIGrHT .... :ri:, ;j . BBTWEE: N ;'(;- ' . ;-: '; : is over, and now' the' excitement is at Corner of Clay & Jackson Streets, Millersburg, O. IIIAVE juA returned from east with flic largest and best selected STOCK OF GOODS er hrouirlit to tbis nwrkct. , . . 1 have hrcn sellins; at Cwt for thirtr d.-rs and (h.Tebv n dured mr slnrk so that it was neeessarr for me to pur chase a much larper stock thnn ui'ual. iljr goods now are almost entirely new, and having bought after early trade was over, for good pay, I bought at .... , SrGrreatlv "Fierliioefl Priofs.il and now I ive you only ON E KEASuN" why you should buy year good of me, and that Is, I will sell them cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere. ."-. MY STOCK OF LADIES' DRESS GOODS IS COMPLETE, Amonir trhich may be found every stvle of Ficured and Plain Silks. Beraces. Mohair S trios. Chints. Chal'ers from 12S to2i crs. per yard: I awns from o' , to37li cts. per vard. Shawls: Crape, White and Colored; Stella Shawls, Merino Shawls with Silk fringe, all colors: Man til I as. Silk T.are Points, and Lace Capes. A nice lot of Swiss and Cambric Collars, Hcsiery, .V.C.; Cotton llo.se from 6 to 5 ct per pair. Embrareserm stvle and c-'lor of French, Knpliih and American Uroad Cloths,' Kreneh and American Caasi nieres; Vestinasr Flash, Satin. Jlarsaillen, and awiriety of otber stvle; Summer wear in great variety. Hats and Caps, a Large Lot of Them.; . MY BOOT ASD SHOE DEPARTMENT .h will continue to sell setts best Iron Stone China Ware. fort. -seven Here for 4. rLookintr-Glassea cheaner thnn ever.3 t . - . - - , - Thankful for pat farorfi I hone to merit an inrreased trsile hr fririne srnmi nA Atinhlm (ZttnAm in m. mnrh larger ;L&ortment than before, and beinr able from long experience to furnish yoa goods at low prices. t ...land exsimiue tefore purchasing eLcwhere. ! ; -' . . JEN KIN MCLTANE. ' April 2ft. 1500. 36 - . - - -- i i - i" 1 ; THE IEOK HAR'VESTEE: REAPER & MOWER COMBINED! " ; r MANUFACTURED BY- !v';M '.' : - RUSSELL &, CO., - - - MASS1LLOX OHIO. This Machine Is constructed chiefly f Iao?i : the frame beinsr made of Wuooght Iom ban ao com bined as to be exceedingly strong and durable, the gearing is firmly hung on the Weoocht Iaos frame, avoiding any dillicuty from shrinking, swelling or-dec..; . : u '. t Can be changed from Eeaper to Mower in a few minutes time. Tn tho n.,.l,n;o.,l oTonutinn of the work as well a the imality of the materials used in its con- gtruction. both as Reaper and Mower, thia Machine cannot be excelled. Thi Machine is warranted ... ' a mif m.'unilTW ae. tt a ..a Rive slltlslRrtlon. A. iivi.A;i.iiAt .i, mi. xAupe, ngciu May 31, lb60. ill 1. "r iioimee lyouniv, unio. ! . ! 1060. CLEVELAND AGRICULTURAL' WORKS. -- BALDWIN DETTITT & CO. ifana&ctarers of a general Tariaty of 1 AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, AND MACHINERY, Noa. 4, t, (. 10 and 12, West Street, Bear Menria CLEVELAND, O. WE vere delighted at a risit paid lately to tha im mense establishment of Baldwin, Dewitt k Ccu. on West street, near aterwin, known as the 'Cleveland agricultural Works." The establishment is one of the largest and moat complete in the country, and independ ent ol the wealth it adds to ear city, ana oi uie Bread it furnishes to the employees, we could ao-t bat eongrata late our farmers that snch a giant concern waa in con stant operation for the purpose of relieving tillers oi tha soil from their excessive labor. - - The building is, we think, the largest la oar city, de voted to one purpose, and we are not certain trat that it ir the largest in tLe West. The hnge brick pile is alive with human and mechanical industry. Moat of tha work Is done by machinery and this is perfect of it kind, and of course turns oat eqnallv perfect workman ship, ... WHAT THET XUKK. Baldwin, Dewit Co. are manufacturing almost every variety of agricultural implements, aad mahhtsea, aad have on hand in their immense store house, a large mass of finished work ready for the opening market of the season. Daily they are turning out various kinds of Reapers, Mowers, and Combined Machines, Horse Pow ers of many varieties. Wood Hawing Machines, Urmia Drills, Straw and Stalk Cutters, Corn Shelters, Qhuraa, kc, and aa endless variety of Plows, Cultivators, Harvesters, ate. AU these are exquisitely finished, and each one is lit to stand aa a model in the Patent Office, or as a premium specimen at the S tate Fain THl XainiT SKATES ATD MOWS In particular we were interested, in the famous Manny Combined Reaper and Mower, which we believe was tha original cobined machine.- Single Reapers and Single Mowers, were in use but the combination of the two waa not acquired until this one made its appearance; and the Manny Machine has maintained ha high position while many attempts to reach a like success have failed. mi cirnura iBoa nowxx. This establishment also makes the Cleveland Iron Mower, with Fisher's Patent, aad this certainly is aa complete a specimen of manufacturing skill as aver waa exhibited. Snch a Mower will make the meadow a ecld of pleasure rather than one af toil, and such machinery shouldtempt thousand now delving in our cities to seek the fields. These Mowers have lately received improve ments which add to their utility and value, aad are con structed with great strength and durability. . THX HCBBJJKD WJLCUISK. We also saw. and for the first time, tha recently In vented 11 ubbard Machine, and took it to be a two wheel od carriage, in which farmers and their wives go to mill or meeting, but a little examination, and a little judi cious information at our elbow, convinced ua tnat the ar ticle was a Harvesting Machine; it is simple in construc tion, perfect in all ita parts, and beautiful in finish. Tha establishment have orders for almost as many of these machines as tney can get up tms season; was una tfrta Hrrvester secured the favor and approbation of agricul turists. WOOD3 rjtraorzD mowkk. The proprietors of these works have also secured tha right of sale oi Wood's Improved Mower, said to be tha lightest machine made, and which is afforded ataaly eighty dollars. This machine in quality and price ia a remarkable one TOCXG LOVE'S Rail SRAUt DaTtL. This machine in particular attracts attention oa ac count of its beauty of finish, strength and lightness This machine has already drilled its way into the regard of the farmers, and has become an indispensable farming machine. We might enlarge upon the use of the drill and point to onr exchanges for the evidence la favor of uiing a drill, by the testimony such exchangee univer sally furnish as to the superior spring condition of tha wheat fields where the drill was used over those wera it was not used. . But we will not question the intelli gence of farmers by urging the advantages of the use of the drill. The Star Drill does great credit to the invent or, M. C. Younglove, of this city, and shows him to be a gentleman of genius, and a practical kind of genius, of which onr city should be proud. HOB3X POWERS, STRAW CUTTERS, 1C. Emery's Endless Chain Horre Power, and Baldwin, De witt fc Co.'B Sweep Power, with improved machinery for sawioeT wood, thrashine and other ourposes. reduce the severe labors of the barn floor and wood yard to mere pastime. ' Cumniing's Straw and Stalk Cutter is a machine that will pay for itself every winter month in the eceeumry of the barn yard, and every farmer and stock grower sboaJd nave one. But we enn specify no further, for the endless variety of Plows. Harvesters, Cultivators, Field RoUeracrapers, Corn Shelters, Straw Cutters, Churns, Ac, fairly weary the eye and prove to a verity that man hath sought out manr invention, even if he has not, in his assurance, ven tured to defy the primeval edict that "ia the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread," by devising labor ma chines that tnrn toil tuto pleasure. - PRICE UST AT THE WORKS. -HORSE rowan, thrxshlb aso seta rator. RcUU Fries. Emery's two Horse Power, Thresher and Sep arator . -. - . - $170,00. Emery's one Horse Power, Thresher and Sep arator 135.00 Emery's two Hone Power alone 10,06 Emerv's one Horse Power alone - - 90,00 Baldwin. DeWitt k Co.'s Sweep Power Complete,- BSM Baidwin, DeWitt k Co.'s Thresher and Separator, 45,00 Set of Bands, ------- S,S0 WOOD fUWlXG KACIUTCRT. ' " B. T. Co.'s Combined Circular Cross Cat Saw Mill. 65.00 B.. D. & Co s Patent Single Cross Cdt Wood Saw ing Machine, ----- - 35,00 Sweep l'ower and Combined Sawing Machine,with . Bands Complete. - 130,00 Sweep Power and Single Cross Cut Sawing Ma- " . chine, ifends Complete, - - - - 100,00 One Horse Endless Chain Power, and Gross Cat ' Sawino- Machine. ------ 123,0 . Two Horse Endless Chain Power and Cross Cat ' and Circular Saw Combined, - - - 185,00 Portable Circular Saw Mills, 24 inch Circular Saw tor cutting wood, - - - - J.,w - BAT AXB HARVESTING MACHTSI3. Manny's Combined Machine, No. 1, Manny's Combined Machine, Noa. 2 43, Hanny'e Combined Machine, No. 4, - Hubbard's Centre Draft Mower. - Hubbard's Centre Drait Reaper and Mower - - Cleveland iron Mower (r Miters .Talent;, Discount of $10 on either of th above for all cask when the order is sent. Wood's Improved Mower, : - - 80,00 And Freight from Booskk Falls, N. I. Discount of $3 lor an eaan. Sol Horse Hay Rake, - - ' 1 OBAI3 D KILLS. Baldwin, DeWitt t Co.'s Double Rank Star Drill Baldwin, DeWitt k Co.'s Star Grain Drill, with Li rasa Seed bower, - , . . - iaoa rixxw aouxas. No. 1, 4 Sections, 12 inches long, 28 inches di ameter, - - - - - No. 2, Sections, 12 inches long, 38 inches di ameter, - - - - - - - . So. 3. 6 Sections, 12 inches long, 28 inches di ameter, . - - - - 1SO.0O . 140.00 130.00 123,00 - 1MM t,00 03,00 64,00 ' 50,00 M.0O OtLM BAT, STRAW ASD STALK CCTTXaS. FOE BAXB OB HWSS, Curamings' improved hay, straw and stalk cutter, No. 1, J8 Cummrngs" improved hay, straw and stark eatter, .No. 2. - 22.00 Cummings' improved hay, straw and stalk cotter, ho. 3, " - V Cummings unproved hay, straw and staid cutter, .No. 4, - - - - - - - - 0 Clipper hav. straw and stalk eatter. - - 13,00 " Sanford 40 knife hay and straw eatter, - 10,00 ' . Con 8HELLEK8. Improved Western, Single, - MsfM Improved Western, Double, - - - 13,09 Pulley for Power, extra, - - - - 1,09 i coax crLTtTATORS- Expanding. (Steel Teeth, ' r - - - 0.00 Expanding, 3 Steel Teeth, and Wheel, - - 6,30 Expanding, 6StlTeeth,reverable,and Wheel 0.30 Expanding. 3 Steel Teeth. . withowt Thoel , Teeth, separate each, - - - - 3 ifoumeanoveiriow, - - One Horse Cora Plow, - . .- - . 4,30 , l. :. . BABJtOWS. a.oo 10,0V - - 13,00 - - 14,00 10,00 Geddes" harrow, 14 teeth, tied ties' harrow, 18 teeth, Oeddea' harrow, 23 teeth, Geddes' harrow, 36 teeth, Geddes' harrow, 30 teeth, Expaading horow, 20 teeth A harrow, Xo. 1, - A harrow, Ka. 2, - May 3. I860. ' '. ' 3,00 .00 H. WHKATOTt, Agent for Holmes County. Jo EBERHARDT, Manufacturer and Dealer l N" ALL lilNTDe OF AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE WORKS. Unnument. Tombs and Head tttoaos on hand and made to order on the sbortMt posMMe notice, aad at each low prices too that w ill astonish the natives. J. EBERHARDT: Shop en Main Street. Mlllerlwrg, April 13, 1060. Bridge Notice. THE Ceunty Commissioners of Ro hnea rnanty will meet Bear Joseph Longaneeker's, in Paiut Township, on Friday. June 1st. at 1 o'clock P. MM lor the purpoaa of letting the building of a Bridge across Crahapple Creek at said place. Also, on the same day at 3 o'clock P. Mat Herkev'a Saw-Mill in l'alot Township, foe the purpose of letting building of a Bridge at that pktca. . . The Stone and Wood work each to be let separataly. By order of the Commissioners. U.K. NEWTOV. M. let, County Auditor.