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The Japanese at Washington.
Tb telegraph column continiws to fur nish m fall account of th principal doings of the Japan- Embassy, bal a few inci dents art occasionally omitted. After their first visit to the prioeial offices they kept closely to tieir rooms. .The New York Express says: They appeared pleased with the motly crowd assembled under the windows, and presented quite frequently their smi ling countenances. Yesterday evening they prevented the police from driving these eurions American sight-seers away, and amused themselves by throwing their satire coin amongst them to be scrambled Jor. Large numbers, of ladies and genUe taMB paid their reipecto to them and beg ged a card written in Japanese characters, which are exhibited in connection with the singular coin, as trophies and memen toes of this interesting occasion. Already the men about town have attached Japan ese coin to their watch chains, in token of their importance and influence with those is authority? -There is one peculiarity is this recep tion, and that is that the Japanese inqui red the occupation of the visitors, their salary, whether married, and asked numer ous ether questions, all of which were writ ten on their note books, and is satisfactory evidence that they were making observa tions for the benefit of their countrymen at home. With the ladies they were less par ticular. They smiled npon them most be nignly, and were profuse in their admira tion, as they were minute in their exami nation of their jewelry. In his anxiety to show his gratitude, one of the Japanese bestowed a handful of Japanese coin on an Irish porter, who had handled the baggage. Pat was at first at a loss to know what to do with the money, bat in an instant the curiosity seekers, who witnessed'lhe incident, were baying him out with quarters and half dol lars, until he was showered with enough to pay the next month's 'rent A number of the Japanese evinced great interest in the different styles of cl ears. They would take one offered them, and,'aflor breaking off the end and smoking a little, would break off more and hand it back literally requesting the giver to moke their "old sogers." They also passed around their pipes to be tried by those who wished. - Item toe Wagon Bots. The friction i a wagon en a common road, may be di rectly learned br observing what rate of descent is required from it, to just run down of its own accord. If a descent of one foot in fifty, will cause it to move by its own weight, as on a smooth lard plank road, then tbe resistance is but one-fiftieth part lAAt TT iaa( ..n.fi will VI MiV WOU iu i.euvi-u' Kill ao, as on ine naroesi eartn roaas, one 1001 lit sixteen, as on a common earth surface or ene foot in six to eight, as on a very muddy, or newly graveled road, the resis tance in each case will be respectively, one twenty-fifth, one sixteenth, or one sixth to ne eighth. The farmer who is driving his wagon down a very muddy hill, de scending one foot in five, observes that its own weight is just sufficient to cause it to run, may know that over a road as muddy and on a level his horses have to exert a strength equal te one hflh of the weight f the wagon and load. Tasking Hides. As a green hide be comes dry by the evaporations of its 1 i- quids, its nesn surface torm a nam, nimy scale, to relieve toe Hide oi wmcn n nas been customary to submit it, during the softenmff process, to tbe mechanical action of fulling slock or frequent and hard hand manipulations, which have to some extent, the detrimental effect of loosening the small bundles of fibers composing the structure of the hide. Dennis Aid rich, of St. Louis, Mo has invented a process of softening hides which have arrived at the above condifon, known as "flint bides, which dissolves the flinty scale without in juring: the texture of the hides; such pro cess consisting in treating such hides suc cessively with diluted acetic acid and a so lution of carbonate of ammonia or chlo ride ammonium. Cutting Glass. Alex. Taylor writes as follows to the Photographic News : In treating of glass, I may give you another way of cutting bottles, shades or any glass vessel the neat thing you wish, and that is to get a rod of iron heated to redness, and Laving filled your vessel the exact bight you wish it to be cut, with oil of any kind, you proceed to very gradually dip the red hot iron into the oil, which, heating all along tbe surface, suddenly the glass chips and cracks right round, when you can lift eff. the upper portion clean by the surface of the oiL This never fails, and many a couple of serviceable bell glasses have I made in this way from a six pound confec tion bottle. If the above is suitable, it is at the service of your readers, and only an installment of hints which one photograph er could give to another. Ji.NK BWISSHEUI ON THK pBIZB-FlGBT. Mrs. Jane Swisshelm of the St. Cloud (Minn.) Visitor thus "does up" the late prizefight: . Heenan and Savers had a terrible fight, 'and they "pummeled" each other with all their might, in which, we think they did perfectly right. Blows were intended for Anlv siiK. nd nAithsr yuld frat a hlnw Inn much. Heenan knocked Savers clean off his "pins, and Sayers cracked Heenan so hard on the shins, that they rested and rubbed as they thought of their sins. Sayers made blue stars out of both Hee nan's "peepers," saying there now my boy wont I shut up your "peepers f and then they tell back in the arms of their keepers. Heenan knocked a "peg" out of Sayers right arm, saying, there now my honey I wish you no harm ; but you see, by the powers, the work's growin' warm. Each hammered the other's goard seed box, with fAM.k.M .. 1bJ mm tit. IkiAV ft n M' and took a wonderful deal of pains, te prove that these knobs had never held brains. They rattled their "fives;" they "milled and milled," and plenty of dirty "claret" they spilled; but the thing wss a failure, for neither were killed. t3TA. good joke on the oil- fever" which has been raging in some parts of Pennsylvania with reference to the depos its of oil found on tbe surface of the riv ers and in the earth is got off by the Pitts burgh Free Prttt: - "A gentleman on Third street, who owns a tract of land in Venando County, recently visited that place for the purpose of prospecting for oil. In one locality after penetrating only ten feet, he struck a rich m,mi. m,t UttmrmmmA H ..I J- . .1 1 T.IU VL UCMBWA VU, SUVA 1U MUU LUBT JO" rslit.T iha sllrfar-inrliVLimn nf V n. leans molasses," were regarded as unoais-. taaaoie. Shocking Murders. A little deformed , man from named B. L. Sleath, aged 28 years, and half demented, took passage on the Red River packet frcm Shreveport for New Or leans. He fancied persons were trying to kill him, and so told the Captain. Tbe New Orleans Delta says: Between 2 and 3 o'clock on the following morning, May 19th, while almost all the passengers were asleep, (several gentleman were still sitting up conversing,) Sleath suddenly stepped up behind one of the gentleman (named F. G. Jernirreni and caught him around the head, drew a bow- le-knue from behind him, and attempted to cut his throat. ' He was prevented from making a fatal wound by Jernigan catch ing the blade of the knife in one hand, and Sleath'a arm with the other. He, howev er, received a very severe wound accross the throat. - Thepassengers who were asleep, were roused by the noise and -excitement in the cabin and the boat running into the bank. Just at that time a gentleman named Charles M. Fort, coming out of his state room into the cabin, was fatally stabbed by Sleath, and expired in a few moments. He resided in Springfield, Robertson coun ty, Tennessee. Annother passenger, nam ed J. R. Lyle, of Nashville, Tenn being roused by the noise, opened his stateroom door in order to look out, and was imme diately stabbed by Sleath. Lyle only said "I am stabbed, and expired without a groan, the bowie-knife having penetrated through tbe heart At this juncture, the Captain, who had been asleep in his room, was called, and coming at once into the cabin, he succeed ed in getting the knife from Sleatb, and then secured him. The murderer had upon his person at the time of his arrest several other knives and a revolver. A Championship to be Admired. The development of muscle leads not always to the prize-ring. In Troy, the other day, John McKinney and Patrick Kennedy, blacksmiths both, had an extraordinary trial of skill. The former challenged the latter to compete with him in making horse shoes for the championship. The chal lenge was accepted, and the working time fixed at ten hours. Each man with his "helper," went at the metal. Their shops were surrounded during the day with an in terested throng, and ropes were stretched about the forges to give sufficient space. At the expiration of the ten hours Kenne dy had made two hundred and forty shoes, and McKinney two hundred and ten. Near the close of the contest the "helper" of the latter fainted from fatigue. It is not prob able that an equal feat has ever been ac complished before. Exchange. A brief paragraph suffices to record this truly noble contest. Had these men been hammering each other's countenances, in stead of heated iron, the details of the struggle would have occupied many col umns, which would have been read with the utmost avidity. And yet such a con test exhibits power of muscle, skill, endu rance and energy, as well as a fist fight, and the only reason why it excites less ad miration than a brutal contest between pu gilists is that it has something useful in it- If it were foolish or disgusting, it would have attracted a vast amount of attention, but because the contest is one that exhibits skill and power in an art which is benefi cial to makind, it is passed by with an ex ceedingly brief, notice. What Lincoln Did not Do. He voted against sending food and other supplies to our army in Mexico, intending thereby to starve them out and make them come home. That is what one Democratic paper the Plaindealer says: jsow near wnat another uemocratic ap- per the Mattoon (IU.J Gazette says: "We made the charges against Mr. Lin coln, in relation to voting against supplies, npon. the information of an intelligent gentleman, who assured us that the record stood against him. The political friends of Mr. Lincoln called our attention to the record, and upon examination, we find that instead of Mr Lincoln it was John Henry, ot Morgan, who was his immediate pre decessor, who gave the vote. It affords us unfeigned pleasure to be able to say, up on examination, that our former fellow citizen gave no such vote, and further that his record will "pass muster" with the lest men of any party during his Con gressional term." XSTTIie Japanese at Washincrton excite continued attention. The following good note is told of one of the 6econd order of officers. On Saturday he went into a bar ber's shop, near the hotel, in order to Lave his tonsure fresh shaven, which was ac cordingly done, and quite to his liking. On leaving, he paid the barber, in accordance with tonsorial prices in the Empire from which he came, taking from his pouch and placing in the hand of the barber one cop per cash, eight of which are equal one cent. So doinsr he walked leisurely awav. The best Seas in for Painting Houses. Paint applied to the exterior of build ings late in autum or winter, will -endure twice as long as when applied early in sum mer, in hot weather. In the former case it dries slowly and becomes very hard, like a glazed surface not easily affected after ward by weather, or worn off bv the beat ing of storms. But in very hot weather the oil of the paint soaks into the wood at once, as into a sponge, leaving the lead nearly dry and ready to crumble off. A Nrw Plait tor Making Steam Boil ers. An English scientific paper says that instead of riveting sheets of iron to gether (the plan now in general use to make boilers,)a new process has been suc cessfully applied by uniting the sheets and slabs of iron in one complete mass by wel ding. A boiler npon this principle has been made in Woolwich dockyard without a single seam or rivet, and is of cylindrical shape, 4 feet in diameter, 8 feet long, with an internal tube 2 ft, 2 in. in diameter, and bell-meuthed at the front, increasing to a D from, 3 ft. 0 in. at the fire-box, from which small tubes of If in. diameter pro ceed to the end of the boiler. The whole has been severely tested and proved to 180 ids. on tbe square inch. J. he form of the boiler was selected as a test of the possi bility of accomplishing the process, which appears to be now no longer disputable, and which it is stated is equally applicable in tbe construction ot heavy ordinance. Deck-beams for the steam-rams now in course or construction for tbe Ttrifkr. navy, were being made by this process. I THE BEST HORSE IX OHIO. BIG BOSTON. BIG BOSTON, mad his font Intlitnu in Wootter, ot he will be kept tbe present season at the follow ing places: Mondays and Tntnaars in Killerabarg, and the remainder of the week in Lafayette, Holmes county Ohio, commencing; en the 2d dav of April, and ending on the loth of Jul;. BigSostnn, the distinguished race horse, will be er-hibifa-d in Miliensnrg oa the 8rat and second days of the Ma; term of Court, at the stable of tbe Ohio House, where all who wish to see him or engage his serrices will have an oppOTt unity. PEDIGREE: Big Boston was bred by Em. Blackburn, Woodford county, Kentucky, who imported Short Imp, Morgan Imp, Sovereign American Eclipse, shark, Lance, Bart-oner, John Bascomb, Port Boy, Arab, Gray Eagle, Wagoner, Caadea and Old Boston, the stronirest race horse the world ever produced. As the competitor of the world renowned Fash ion, Boston carried 126 lbs and run 4 miles in T minutes 33 seconds; a feat that was never equalled bv any horse in America. Big Boston was sired by Boston, he bv Timoline, he by Sir Archy.be br imported Diomede. he'br Flonjeil. he by the Godol p'bin. Ham Polly Hopkins, by Bertran. great dam. Se tilia, great, great grand .lam by. the Imp llusaro. He is 18 hands, weigha 1220 lbs. Red bay, black legs, mane and tail- He has run his mile in 1 minute and 30 sec onds; half mile in in 50 second", never was thoroughly trained, but showed speed in his trials equal to the fast est. He is a half brother to Lexington that was sold for 15.000; also to Lecompte that was sold for $10,000, by W. Wells to Mr. Ten Broek. These run the great race between America and England. For beauty, strength, action and fine figure Bi- Boston is not surpassed by any horse in America. At the Wayne County Fair last fall, be took the sweepstake over the French Norman that sold immediately after the Fair for $soo. He also took the premium over the Moss horse, Black Sampson, that was sold forSoUO. In fact to use the language of Judge Cox and a thomand others, he is a perfect horse. Some ten of his colts took prem iums at said fair. TERMS: Fifteen dollars for insnmi.ee. DAVID HARMON Owner. JASPER POLLS O.N Groom. April 5th, I860 34 NEW ARRAlEMll, Removal of the St. Nicholas ANKENY'S CORNER. rTin K Dronrietors hare leased for a terra of rears, tbe I above well known rooms, and thoroughly repaired ana renttea xuem, making an aauiuon or. & LADIES' ROOM, fitted up in nuperior style. We bare also added to our former business a new and complete stock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, which we will sell on the most reasonable terms. Oar stock of CONFECTIONARI ES, is the largest and most complete in Millersburg. OUR PARAGON LAMP for Coal Oil is the BEST LAMP IN AMERICA. A full supply of Lamps and Oil constantly on hand. OUR REFRESHMENT ROOMS are the best in Millersburg, and will at all times be sup plied with everything the market aeiuanas. These who want a first rate article of Sipi-, Jeq, Coffee oi- S(jhjp, Should call on WESTOX i SrASGLER. alillersuurg, Feb. 2, I860 vin3itf S. B. WEIBICH & BRO., Dealers in isii, German and American HARDWARE, 'IilfOIIg.Sq.CiqjiiWj.GoficI) rThh)iT)if)q5, Oil tow, &c. MILLERSBURG OHIO ALL RIGHT NOW. The throng that so loop. Has been going all wrong. Are now Buying their Hardware of H eincH & Bro. Onr goods are all new And the prices right too, At the Store of S. Weirich & Brother. So follow the throng That are hnrryingaloog To the Store of Weirich & Brother. Which is fnll from the floor to the shelves Of Iron, Pitch Forks. Whetstones and Ax helres. Just look at the Sore of Weirich & Bro. So follow the throng That are hurrying along For Hardware to Weirich & Brother. Look at the (irnshing," And avoid the "pressing Bat follow the throng That are hurrying along, To buy tbeir Hardware, GIass,NaiIs &c, oi Weiricli x lirotner. June ,!! 42tf THE BEST COOK STOVE IS TBS BBtLUAnTl BECAUSE It Bakes Perfect, Good Draft, Doors fit Close, Joints fit Tfeht. Plates are heavy, No Wood Wasted, Always a Supply of hot water, Superior Boiling Arrangements. Took the 1st Premium at last Fair. Fruit dried and Victuals kept warm without burning them. XS SOLD OXXS2wA.F And has other good qualities without number. f3?Bewar8 of imitations, for many will seek to imi tate, but call and see the genuine at the Big Coffee Pot. n m. mai. &oie Agent. Oct 13, '59 Choice Items. 0 E LEBRA TED DOUBLE-ACTION REVOLVER! The Amusing PARLOR PISTOL! That shoots without powder. CARROLL'S New Sewing Itlachine! So perfect that a little child can work it with'Teiy little instruction. SETH THOMAS CLOCKS, The best In the werld. The Celebrated PEBBLE SPECTACLES, Warranted to core weak eyes and eanse the old to see with the rigar of youth again. EUROPEAN & AMERICAN WATCHES & JEWELRY of any style or quality desired, Oppoait. UieGVirt' ouse, Millersbnrg, 0. March 1,1860. Wall Paper A new lot of Cheap Wall Papers just received at the Book Store. We have some very pretty patterns (new) at 8, 10, V ' l 'be r ' 1 BOOKSTORE. NEW MILLINERY a Dress - Making EstabKshment! Mrs BEXNKTT & Mi CLE3TENCK, RESPECTFULLY inform the ladies of ViUenburg and Holmes coonty, that they are stew receiving a iu Pit inw iwr, lam uwri ssn Of "A Aif Cherry holmes' Store, a fine and ex tensire assortment ot Millinery Goods and Dress Trimmings, which they will sell unusually low. Their stock comprises every description of DRSESS AM PLMM HAT, Chips and Willow Hats, A large ajywtroeut of Straw Goods and Children's Hats. French and American Flowers and Ribbons. E FEE T VARIETY OF R USEES. Embroideries Very Cheap. An improved patera in Corsets, adapted to improve the form and fit with ease and comfort to the wearer. WATCH SPRIfc'G AK3 OTHER SKIRTS, at prices te suit everybody. FALSE HAIR IN BRAIDS ASD BANDS, BATCHELOR'S II AIR DIE, The best in tile world always on hand. DRESS-MAKING, in all its branches, cutting and fitting done at the short est notice. Faterna received direct from Paris mothly. 23'BIeaching and cleaning bonnets done on short notice. STAMPING done to order. Stamped pa terns for sale. Miss CLEMEN'CE'S experience, correct business hab iU and good tante. will commend her to all who may call on her, and those who mar faror ns with their patron age may rest assurred that no pains will be spared to please. Mrs. B. boys all her goods in New York, for cash, therefore can sell cheap. MUlersburg, April 38, I860. TO THE subscribers respectfully invite the attention of Merchants to their stock of FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS. We purchase direct from manufacturers or their im mediate agents, and are therefore prepared to SELL AT AS LOW PRICES as any bonse in the E eastern cities. Give us a call and see for your selves. C. T EAGER Si CO., 110 Market st, Pittsburgh Ta. Dee. 29, 1859 19tf "ITT'OCXD respectfully announce to the dtiiensof Holmes and adjoining counties, that ha keeps 'constantly on hand, a better stock of DRUGS, BediciECS, rats, Oils, DYE-STUFFS, &c, Than has ever before been offered to the citizens of this place and vicinity. His experience of over twenty years justines bim in tbe oeuet tnat as a aruggisc ana apoine- carr, he nas never been exceiieu oy any. lie also keeps on hand a well selected stock of pow ders lor tilling Physicians rrescnpuon, ALSO. Perfumery, Fine Soaps, Tooih BrntJte, an Fancy Articles, Ootd Leaj. flavoring M.xlraa.rocK et Knives, Combs, dec.. Cigars, Paints, Varnishrs, M kite Wash, Scrubbing, and Shoe Brushes, Jx., dec, Together with all the PATENT MEDICINES of the day. B"Thankful for the past liberal patronage bostowed onhim. he solicits a contiuanceol tne same. PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS Carefally compounded, and charges to suit the exien- OPf OI i ne Times. xi. ii.&nui.i Aug. 4, 1859 v3n50tf. Lyon's Kathairon, "TJ10R the prowth and embelihment of the Hair. To 1 prevent its falling oft and turning gray. For sale by x ergm, juutersoarg, u. PROF. WOOD'S Hair Ketorntive, for sale by not) H. Yergin, Millersburg, O. "T)rtOF. ALEX. C.BARRY'S Tricoperous orMedica I ted Compound, for the Hair. or sale by n50 H. Yergin, Millersburg, 0. 4 RABIA.V HORSE POWDER, the great remedy for XV diiieases in horses and cattle; it being a great pun fier of the blood. Fer sale by H. Yergin, Millersburg, 0, T YSEXTARY CORDIAL and Cholera Mixture, of j our own manuiacture, ior ine cure oi uywniarr, Cholera Morbus. Colic and all affections of the Stomach and Bowels, for sale by H. Yergin, Millersburg, 0. SHOULDER BRACES, supporters and Trasses, which can be had at the Drug Store of H. Yergin, Millers burg, unio. mHE CELEBRATED Heave Powder for the cure of the Heaves in horses, prepared and sold by H. Yer gin at his- u rug to tore, Milier&ourg, Holmes county, u. BRUSHES and Glaziers Tacks, also Shoe Blacking and varnishes, inks and toy colors, for sale by H. Yergin. TE AST POWDERS, for baking bread and of the best X quality, for sale by a. x ergin, M Uiersourg, o. IPO LA Rotten Stone and Silver Sand, used for nol X7 i'hing and scouring tin. and copper ware. For sale by H. Yergin. CONCENTRATED LYE for making soap. 1 box v jmakes 15 irallons trood soan which costs 25 cents ner oox. i or saie ny n. x ergin, Miuersonrg. u. "VITHTTEWASH,PAINTS, Varnish and Shoe Bushes, II for saie Dy a. i ergin, niuersourg, v. -pACHELOR'S & CHRIST ADORA'S Hair Dyeor sale UJ u x ergin, aiiuersourg, v. T)ERFUMERY and Toilet Soaps, of the choicest and oest quality, lor sale Dy tl. x ergin. TsTJRE WINES, BRANDIES AND OLD WHISKY, X Also an excellent quality of Vinegar. All for sale by H. YEKGIN. Millersbnrg, 0., June 2, 1S59 ntf- HEBRON & SON, DEALERS lit- II A 11 nw A UP. uimavv ii itliliil Iron, Nails, Glass, &c., (MILLERSBURG, O. Have just received a new and well selected i STOCK OF GOODS. to which they invite attention. TT? VriTT W A TT rior quality, go to Hebron & Son. TT? YOU WANTS Nails and Glass superior quality, go to Hebron k Son. T17 "7".TiTT WT A Tm Doors or Win- I P IWU TV t y I dow Sash, well made ana strong, go 10 neoron s son. IF YOU WANTS imu are goou, go o neoron c son. TF YOUWANToKs? tools or A- me i ican uanuiaciure, go 10 neoron s son. tf you. want assrssr uoacn inmmiogs, c, go w ueoron s son. IF YOU WANT 0 bI'iSS or anything In the tool line, go to Hebron k Son. IF YOU WANT Mat Coil Well, or Halter Chain, go to Hebron ft Son. IF YOU WANTtt" go to Hebron & Sun. . lie orRasn anj six, go IF YOU WANT H-aS-un. from s bodkin to an Anvil, go to H obron k Hon. IF YOU WANTSSfiLta Farmers .so to lisb ron sou. ttcnt. lo.lBotf. 4 W or of (i C01 TO M'CRORY & CRAIGHEAD'S Iff UN SHOP H U 111 OL H (0 S TO IE JTJY YOUR WHERE you can get them all right in erery way. Don't be humbuged any longer by pedlars who are earrving stores orer the country, that are all scrap iron stuck together, and Terr poorly stuck at that. Come where you can get stores that are all new iron, and made at the best store works in the world; and when yon get a store you get almost the price of it in trimminars. ALL WORK WARRANTED, or bo Bale. Brass, Copper, Sheet Iron, Pressed and Japan ned ware, on hand at all times, and for ailt- wholesale and retail SIOTJTIlNJ"C3- done on a new plan, which is superior to all others. All kinds of trade tak'n in ex change for work or ware. McCROKY A CRAIGHEAD. Aug.24, 18o9 T4nltL r r m 09 a c o STOVES! Relief for Hard Times IS. COIIX'S m RE!; WHO has received one of largest and meat exten sive asaortuments of SPRING & SUMMER CLOTKING Ever offered in this county. C .1LSO, C Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, L L Together with a rery large assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, O O Which I am determined to sell at such 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, lias been selected with great care and especially for this market. I would, therefore, invite all my oil customers and a thous sand new ones to call aud examine my H Magnificent Assortment of Clothing, Cloths, and Gentlemen's furnishing goods, comprising very article of gentlemen's wear. I HATS, HATS, Caps, Caps, N I HATS, HATS, Caps, Caps, N TKUJVKS, TRUNKS, TROKS, Valises, Valises, Valises. G G A very large assortment of tbe latest styles. l"3"I arQ veil assured that you will be suited in the stylus, quality and price of all such articles of wear as I shall offer you. You will get the worth of your mon ey in superior goods. My cu3tom?rs and the people generally, may rest assured that of the Ready-Made Clothing kept in Millerburg, there is IVone Made at Home, but all brought from abroad, and of those I assert that I always keep the very best in market. Garments of all kinds made to order on the shortest notice and warranted to fit. WO FIT NO SALE. So come aud see my stock before purchasing and get a good bargain for your money, on the corner of Main and Washington Sts. BENJAMIN COHN. April 5, I860 33 Westward, Ho: THE NEW ELDORADO AT NASHVILLE. -ITTticre 1b JOE SMITH? Whore is GEN. V riLLOW Where is JOHN TVLKiSI AVncre,Oh, where in Delusion SJUITIIr YOU NEED NOT CARE, But if you want good Goods, cheap Goods, and new Goods, muster up your families, gather up your trade and CASH, and turn your faces towards the PIKE'S PEAK OP HOMES COUNTY AT NASHVILLE, "Where Pure Virgin Gold is dug np from the bottom of your pocket and paid lo Everly,EckehtCo. .in exchange for goods, sold cheaper than ever. ' THEIR NEW GOODS arc now arriving, and comprise a stock suited to their trade. Tbey will be sold at a nan da o me reduction from tne prices ciiarged eisewuere. TRY US AND SEE. Our stock is larger than ever. Among tbe assortment may ne loano, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, r Iron, Nails, Glass, Crockery, Paints, Oils, SOLE LEATHER. ALS O.LARUELOTOF Ready-Made CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES. EVERLT, ECKLE & CO. April 18, 1860. WALL PAPER! WALL PAPER! 22,000 Pieces 22,000 In Store, and more Coming! From the Richest Gold and VeIretPaper and Bor ders to the Cheapest Paper Sold! Well would call the attention of ererybodj in'need ol PAPER HANGING, to onr new styles of Dining Rroom, Sitting Room. Bed Room. Hall, Parlor. Office and Ceilincr Papers and Bor ders, which beliere are the handsomest erer brought to illersborg. We hare also a full supply of Plain, Marble, Oak, end al I kinds of Imitation Papers, Lines, Corners, Centres, and Cornice for Side and Ceilinir Panels and de corations. WINDOW SHADES, Boll Green, and Blue Hollands of all widths. Window Cornices and Bands, and Curtain Fixtures In great variety. At the Book Store. April 19, 1860. THK PARAGON LAMPS for Coal Oil, give one-fourth more light than any other coal oil lamp, and burns no more oiL WARRANTED TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION no sale. The No. 1 Burner glres as mnch liitht as throe candtro, and it as cheap as one candle. A supjtlr Burners, (which can be put on snv lamp) Sh.idea, round Chimneys, Brashes, Wicks, Hand aud Hanging Lamps, Oil of the rery best quality Constantly on Hand. and for sale by WESTON & Sl'AXfil.ER- mi uersourg, t eo. , isou. Dr. S. D. RICHARDS, TOCATEI) In Berlin, Holmes county, tltito, jnttond to all calls proper to his profrwion. j gr-Kspncial attention to mieww -j April Ii, lltnO 34. B LANKConfttable'iSalecnml Jus tice' Summons fur gale at thisolhce. CLOTHING S I j i at at A. WATTS, at HAS removed his Tailor shop from the Post Office, building, to tbe mom over John Cary'g auction room, one door west of Weirich 's Hard ware Store, where he will be happy to wait on his old cus tomers and as many new ones as may faror him wilh a call. CUTTING DONE TO ORDER. July 15, 1853 T2a47mG. Morton's Gold Pens. mm S is conceded to be the BEST GOLD PEN for L ail purposes, now in use. n e nave neen selling them for about three years, have warranted every pen sold, and have not yet had one returned, or any com plaints made of them. They are the pen used by almost every public officer, book-keeper, banker, fcc, in the C. States. We bur direct from A. Morton, not from ped j lars, have bis pens warranted to us, and warrant them to those that bur nf us. ( all at thd iiUOK STUKi,. Dec. 8, ,59-15m3 DR. J. K. RATTF, Druggist' & Apothecary, DEALER Ct PL'E Pharmaceutical Preparations of Standard Strength, Pure Wines and Liquors, Surgical Instruments, Jrcrjumery, faints, (Jus, V arnuhes, ax., dce RESPECTFULLY invites the consideration of the medical profession and families to his complete and varied assortment of all articles usually kept in such an establishment. The character of the stock is of the first quality Physicians and families favoring him with their pat ronage, may confidently rely upon receiving medicines which will not disappoint them at the bedside of the sick. Every article leaving this establishment is war ranted strictly as represented, and will be carefully put up and accurately labeled. Physicians in the country, who may be unable to make their purchases in person, will tind it to their ad vantage to order. Empire Hotel Block, M1LLEHSB UKG, OHIO April 7, 1859-331y MORTON'S GOLD UN. A LAP FULL. All the sizes. Every Pen TrarrantoJ My 17, 1853 13if. at FRT sS. Boots zk Shoes. rpHE nm.ersiirned respectfully informs the public that s ne nas eonitueucea tne BOOT & SHOE BUSINESS in all its Tarinus branches in the frame building, one door West of the room formerly occupied by Ceneral Ankenr. ALL KINDS OF WORK in his line done with promptness and in a workmanlike manner. Prompt paving or Cash paving customers will find it to their interest to giro him a call. attended to promptly and cheaply. Jan5,1860 20tf Hartford Fire Insurance Company INCORPORATED A. D. 1810. Charter Perpetual. Authorized Capitol, - - 1,000.000 Capital Pa ill iu - 3((.0)l Surplus, ovrr .... 4:Jti,000 The reputation acquired by this Company daring the last fifty years, by an honorable course in the transaction of its business, and the prompt and liberal settlement of Losses, together with the character of the securities composing its Assets, entitle tbe Company to the utmost contidence of the public, as affording reliable Insurance against Loss or Damage by Fire. k. n . TilJU ALU, Agent. Millersburg, Feb. 9, 1860-2otf BUY" YOUR CLOTHI .At the Sign of the U ml H , v V- " i -5- i SJS-.-Xi z ENGOURAGE HOME MANUFACTURE. C? B. HOFFMAN & CO- take pleasure to in- O. form their customers and the public generallr that they are again on hand with a new and splendid assort ment 01 wmcn win De so, a at prices lo defy competition. To those who are prejudiced asrainst burin readr. made Clothing, we would say that we manufacture oar owutiuiuiuc, sou an wu a wwT ana aurabjr got up garment forless mone; than the cloth and trimmings can be bought for. Our stock of riece roods for the costume trade Is rrrr eaicuBivc uu uu oeen Carefully Selected, Embracing the best make ot French and English TtUrk and Colored Broad Cloth and Ioeskin and the latest and most elegant strles of French, English and domes tic ranej lasmmere, t rencn ano Spanish Linen, and a arerarieir oi Mia, i asnmere, and Jtarsailles Vestings. OUR COSTUME DEPARTMENT continues under the special manarement of Mr. H. W. MOSS, who does not mean to be excelled by any on. of utn iiuidwiiv. Mill UB1 1 T UUIS Ml glTO SaUSWCHOU. Cents' Furnishing Goods. We hav. a Terr large rarietr In this line. Including some new and norel art ides. We hav. also a large sup ply of IllApSilCIillPp, Rnhh fiooda. TrunVs. Carpet Sac.s. allen, sua a thousand ooe other arti. le. bclonginj to good assorted Clothing Store, onr motto shall be -uick Sale, and Small ,'rollt We invito therefore, on. and all to call the U S ClothiliK Store. oppOMte the old Tost Ufflr., the siirn the "l.ittlo tiinnt," liemre purchasing .Itewliere fa-l'lollilng made to order on shortest noTlee! N'o li'no sale. S. B. HOI'KMAN & CO. Millenlong. A"il 1'A llH). 84 FIRE!!! . TfPT RKCK1VEO. a tine lot or 1 ' 31 PS, of all kinds, from themsHet cittern to the largest Force, Engine or Well Pump This fa the best Pump made Is a Home Protection against Are; will throw water orer any ordinary two storj house. Sold cheap by BRAY, the Tinner AT THE BIO COFFEE-POT. April 19, 1M0-35U ft? i'?V-' 'i-s f'i At Flood Purifier and Blood Pills. DR. ROBACK'Sr : Scandinavian Remedies. "TTTrlEN D. Robjcc, the celebrated Swedish Phrai- f ciaa, introduced his Blood Partner and Blood PUla in the United States, he set forth in plain language their en rati re properties. Ibis was years ago. The task oi ivcmnmending hem has since been fsurea m if km hand. Enlightenen men whooe caarcter for sound judgment and philosophy gires their opinions weight in the eommanitr, men who ooserre, reflect, and make Maaanzanc deuMy snr," before tbey decide are everywhere approving an4 nnring the nse of these wonderful Preparations. All whe confide in the wisdom and honesty of this class, er who chose to investigate for themselves are sow of s wmmd on this important subject. Dr. Roback invites the attention of the ties, the , ORIGINAL LETTERS . From members of the If edical Profession, editors f pob Uc journals, well known Ueeehante and Fansera, and la dies of the highest respectsbility, giving aecovnts of ex traordinary cures wrought by the remedies, mt which cures they themselves wera Eye rTltneacesv These parties may be consulted personally er by letter, by those who have any doubt unoa tbe subject. The ev idence in the possession of Dr. Roback, which is at all times accessible to the public, establishes1 tbe following Fact That the BLO0B PURIFIER and BLOOD FILLS nam been pro red by analysis to Contain no mineral; That they core the almost universal eempiaiBt, Dyspepsia with unerring certainty, and in a very short time. That after all other medicines have proved useless, they rettevn Liver Complaint, and restore the health and strength of the sufferer. That Sick Females whe have langnished for years In helpless weakness and despondency, recuperate with great rapidity under their invigorating operation. That all sexual disabilities am removed by their cordial and gently stimulating proper ties. That they recruit Shattered Constitutions, however they may have been trifled with and abased; that their direct tendency is to lengthen life and render it en joyable. That operating directly npon the netsra tf ste ecsewfae ieea,they Canse Soon to Heal, and discharge from the system, every t int of Scrofula, whether hereditary or otherwise. That they Recruit the Debilitated, and that there is ne disease of the Stomach and Bowels, the liver, the nervous system, the akin, the glands er muscles, in which tbey do not give prompt relief, and (if administered before the very ritadel'ef Ufa has been nt vaded,) effect a painless and' perfect cure. Bear in mind that the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills are endorsed by the experience of thousands of tir ing witnesses, who in letters, affidavits, medical words, and by word of mouth, proclaim them to be the very best preparation of the kind erer offered to the broken down victims of ill health. They hunt disease through every avenue and organ of the system, and to expel it thorough ly and permanently. No one can doubt their superiority after one single trial they are nrt only better but, In fact, cheaper than ony otbar Pills, for it takes a less number of them to pit dace a better effect. Price ot the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Purifier, f 1 per bottle, or $5 per hall dozen. Of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Fills 26 eenta per box, or eboses for $1. Read Dr. Roback's Special notices and Certificates, pub lish ed in a conspicuous part of this Paper frfjn time to time. '' Dr. Roback's Medical Almanac and family Adviser, con taining a great variety of interesting and valnaUe Metff cal information, can be had gratia of any of bin Agents) throughout the country. In diiHcult and complicated cases, Dr. Roback may be consulted personally or by letter enclosing ene stanp for the reply. From Rev. Mr. VcMruX!C, Pastor of Roberts Chapel. iNoiaxAPOLia, October 0, 1857. Dr.C. W. Roback Dear Sir: I hare used your Blood Purifier for a nervous affection, from which I have suffer- . ed much at times. While it is pleasant te the tsto, it certainly hnppy effect upon the nerve. Please accept my thanks for year kind regards, aud believe me Yours, J. W.T.McMULLEN. .. For Sale In Holmes county by H. Yergin, Millers burg: J. Kuiiy, Berlin; Jaa. Hanua, Holmesvile; G. Ber ber, Winesburg; H. Pomercne, Middletown; J. C Long shore, Nashville; U. Beidler, Lakevilla: Joe Platy,Sal tillo; Q. W. Conyer, Oxford; Aaron Keim, Carlisle; and br Druggists and Marc bants generally throughout the Lfnion. June2,l$59-41tf. Important to Farmers. Farriers and Horsemen. RAIFF'S QEcicbratclt gorse ttttntf at IS WARRANTED t. an r ramrr an Ui fol lowing named diseases of ths hwrn, such as Spavins, Ringbone, SplM, Curbs, and Windfalls, or any other Lumps f SutUingt, that may aris. .n tbe bots. from any eanso whairrer, or wherever located, it baa aim bora said by those who have osed to Liniment that it will car. Pott-Evil aad Fis'nN, if applied io timew t-fiOire it a trial, and if after wain, it mt.mi win. tep directions, you are not satisfied as to iu oilwscy, return the bottle and we will refund yoormeiMy. SOLD BY J. K. RUFF, DRUGGIST, JflLLS&SBURG, OHIO. Oet27,1859 lOtf NOTICE. THE subscriber bet;e leave to gay te those ea gaged in Sucrar Cane raising that they caa t Ja 1 -l NO. 1 MILLS oa short notice, and reasonable terms, at tbe Steam Foundry, ilillereburg, Ohio. Also, that celebrated compositioa that has been gelling for serea dollars, caa be hod at the Steam Foundry tor five dollars. J. H. VA2T BROCKLiS. July 14, 47tf JcmRy !2 Millersbnrs;, O Shop opposite th Empire House and mar the Post OjjM. Look oat for the sign, of tie NICEST WATCH II TOWX. THAT'S COOK'S. And there you will find the largest; best and cheapest lot of Gold u Silver Watches, Clocks, Jew elry of all kinds, in town. THAT'S SOI THAT8 SO! NEW STOCK Just retching and now opening;. CALL & BE SATISFIED. a great outlay ot money he has procured a nam viuca imported rrora t. term any aaa one of the master pieces of the skillful work men of that country. It is an. phatically the Clock and ths REGULATOR. Repairing, On short notice, & in good style. 4 v rr.innm,SD Don't Forget the Place. FIRST CO TO COOK'S.