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The Democratic Farces of 1860.
The Douglas Plarndealer publishes the following flaming "Poster" of the Season' Performance of the Breckenridge Demo cracy. We advertise it gratis, just for the fun of the thing, and will do the other wing the like frver, on the same liberal terns, when their programme is fully ar- aoged and presented to an admiring ap preciative public - Itia Union theatre-soer must "lunch and grow fat" while they can, as the cur tain will positirely fall on both companies of distinguished Democratic "stars" next JNOTeraDer. From the Clereland Plaindealer, July 11. POWERFUL ATTRACTION. Reorganized and Newly Equipped for the "1 raveling" Season 01 jbou, win per form in the several Southern Ci ties and a few small towns in the North during the Summer and Autumn. THE MANAGEMENT: n i In T mil rirnrtnr nf Anuaanta .... Wa. L. Yiircr. Acting and BUM Manager Jobs Slidell. Promptcr - Jia. Gordos Betjut. Tnmni ..... Howkll Cobb. Scenic Artist .... G. w. Bowaas. Vutaf of the Ballett - - Si Jirr. DiTISlno gapes, Jab. Bccuajrax, Johx C. Beecxekridgx, and JOHXTH UII. Mr. Yancy respectfully announces that bis Company bas been selected for tbe ex press purpose of producing, in an inimita ble manner, SMALL FARCES, BROAD BURLESQES, GROTESQUE DANCES, AND FUNNY LITTLE SONGS, Affording to people a series of LIGHT ENTERTAINMENTS, Appropriate to the hot season. THE STOCK COMPANY. Includes the following well-known actors Mr. WM. L. YANCY, "walking gentle man, player of light, amusing parts, and Singer of r unny Little bongs. Mr. JOHN SLIDELL, "first old man,' and author of "Plaquemine" a jolly gocd thing, if you don t care what you say. Sig. JEFF. DAVISIMO, the celebrated balf-busuel dancer and Mississippi (Jon tortionisU Mr. LEWIS C ASS,"first rate old woman," and player of weak female parts. Mr. JESSE D. BRIGHT, the Great Boo by performer and graphic delineator of the Northern Nincompoop. Mr. FITCH, the Quack Doctor, dirt-eater, Mr. J. P. BENJAMIN, the Southern Soap Man and Wind Instrument performer. Mr. CALEB CUSHING, the "Stage Vil lain:" also the acrobat and contortion ist, who will twist himself into a Web ster Whig, a Sumner Abolitionist, a Pierce Democrat, and a Davis 1 ire eat. er, Secessionist and Bolter. Mr. ROGER A. PRYOR, the eater of . fire, will "act cut" his amusing part of Clay in tbe bands of the rotter. Together with a host of lesser lights, .in- . eluding Mat. Johnson, the call-boy and carpet-shaker; Ben. Harrington, the Ohio Tom Thumb; Masters Ciias. Au gustus Schell, Charley Green, Ike Toucet, ate. THE ORCHESTRA: . Instruments. By rAc m Played. Hand Organ - - Washington Constitution. nara Dram Richmond Enquirer. Fife - - Kew Orleans Courier. Very Bam Dram ... Kew York Herald. Lton't-know-wbat'in-the-deviMt-is - - N. Y. News. Fiddle (any tune that pars) - - Boston Post Penny Whistle .... Hartiord Times. d Penny Whistle - Washington Star. 3d Penny W hi tie, - Cleveland National Democrat. Among the Broad Farces in the repertoire of this Company will be found the exceedingly funny pieces called WAHTT WE SMART AT BALTIMORE,) AND Aiat we souse Mask em a Rag. Cast to the entire strength of the Compa ny robbers, thieves, by numerous auxiliaries. THE SIDE SHOW Attending the Threatrical Democratic, and owned by Messrs. BIGLER, - BAYARD, BRIGHT, and BUTLER, Contain a Buck Rabbit and a bass drum ; and Whitney, the Massacbuselt Boneless Man will invariably appear when he says he won't. THE THEATKIGAX. DEMOCRACY, Flattered by the trust placed in them, pledge themselves to never to repudiate that trust so long as they can get any bo dy to trust them. ' PRICES OF ADMISSION. Postmasters, collectors, route agents,clerks and government stipendiaries generally, , half their salary. No other persons are expected. . Looh out for the Theatrical Democracy. H. V. Johnson Burned in Effigy. "The long established bad manners of the slave Democracy towards Northern men suspected of abolitionism have taken a new turn in Georgia. The Hon. Herschel V. Johnson is not only having a hard time to get a hearing in behalf of Douglas and him self on the stump in his own State, but he has been subjected to the indignity of be ing burned in effigy. He spoke at Macon, June 80tb, and whenever he made allu sion to Mr, Breckenridge, the crowd cheer ed so vociferously that he had to abandon the attempt to make an elaborate speech. After the meeting he was burned in effigy within sight of the window of his hotel. The Southern Confederacy, with its char acteristic mildness of statement, says that Hi parlies who were engaged in offering insults to Governor Johnson, at Macon, are set of nefarious scoundrels, cowardly traitors and the basest paltroons. If they are not they will prove themselves to the contrary." Governor Johnson is said to have left the platform on this occasion with the remark that minorities had no terrors for him. SFTbe farmers are likely to get rich this year The crops in this country prom ise excellently well. Tbe season is in every respect favorable. In Europe the season is fearfully unfavorable, and they are talk ing of famine. There will be no danger of ramine, bowever, for our farmers can feed Ibe world. State Fairs in 1860. Sat. Hone Show. Springfield, Man Illiaoi.... Jacksonville Vermont Burlington PonwlogicalSoci., Philadelphia ... Kentucky ... Bowling Green.. Nebraska Omar a Pennsylvania Wyoming St. Louis St. Louis Wisconsin Madison Maine Ohio.. Dayton United States Cincinnati Upper Canada. . .Hamilton Iowa Iowa City Hew York FJmira .Sept. t- 7 .. - 10-14 .. - 11-14 . - 11-14 .. - 18-22 .. - 19-21 .. - 22-25 . - 24-27 .. - 24-27 . - 25-26 . - 25-28 .Oct. 1 . - 2- Oresnn " 9- Iadiaaa Indianapolis . " 15-20 Georgia Augusta " 22-27 Alabama Oct. 28 to Nov. 2 County Fairs in Ohio. Portage Ravenna Sept. 1 -7 Favette Washington 5-7 Gallia Gallipolis 11-12 Trumbull Warren " 11-14 Clermont Bantam " 11-14 Pickaway Circleville " 12-14 Union Marvsville 17-19 Medina Medina - 17-19 Clermont Olive Branch " 18-20 Clinton Wilmington " 18-20 Muskingum -ZauesviUe " 18-21 Green Xenia - 18-21 Preble Eaton ' 18-21 Knox Mt. Vernon - 19-21 Defiance Defiance " 19-21 Delaware Delaware " 19-21 Madison London " 19-21 Adams West Union 25-28 Belmont St. Claireville.... - 25-22 Brown (Indipen.). Ripley 52-28 Geauga Burton " 25-28 Jackson Jackson " 2o-a3 Columbiana New Lisbon " 26- 8 Tuscarawas New Philadelphia. 26-28 Union Marysville 26-28 Clark Springfield Oct. 1-5 Summit Akron - 2-4 Mahoning..:-. Canfield " 2-4 Sandusky Fremont " 2-4 Highland Hillsboro ......... - 2-4 Cuvahoga... Clevelai d " 2-5 Richland Mansfield " 3-5 Horking Logan " 3-5 Williams Bryan ..." 3-5 Wavne Wooster " 3-5 Crawford Br.cyrus " 3-5 Marion Marion " 3-5 Harrison Cdaiz " 3-5 Seneca Tiffin " 3-5 Lorane ..Elyria "3-5 Morgan McConnellsviUe ..." 3-5 Lawrence..... ...ironton - 3-5 Lake ....Painesville - " 3-5 Licking Newark "3-5 Putnam Ottawa "3-5 Hancock Findlay - 3-5 Champaign Urbana " 9-12 Coshocton Coshocton " 10-12 Morrow Mt.Gilead "10-11 wJndot UpperJSandusky .. - 10-12 Ashland Ashland " 11-12 A Compromise Proposed. The Savannah Republican, opposition, proposes the following compromise in or der to defeat both Douglas and Lincoln : Let Breckenridge and Lane both with draw from the contest; let Mr. Bell do the same thing, leaving Edward Everett the compromise candidate for the Vice Pres idency. Then let a Southern Democrat head the ticket. We know but one who, in all respects, availability included, is fit ted for the post, and that is Hon Jas. II Hammond, of South Carolina. Somewhat Singular. There have been eighteen elections of President. In eleven of them the name of the individual elected ended with the letter N. With only one exception, the name of every President who has served two terms bad this termination. In only one case has a candidate for reelection, with N final in his name, been defeated; and even in this case the name of the successful candidate possessed tbe same au spicious termination. Prov. Journal. Ihis fact must be N-courgin to Lin coln and Hamlin." The Two Kinds of Intervention. tion. Popular Sovereignty has been piaccd by the Democracy between the two -fires of Congressional and Judicial intervention, and of the two, the latter is the hottest. The Detroit Advertiser asks this pertinent question. Can any Democrat tell us the practical difference between Judicial intervention and Congressional intervention for the pro tection of slavery in the territories, except that tbe former fastens it ubon them much more certainly than the other! The Su preme Court may declare a law of Con gress regulating the question, unconstitu tional. But (Jongress bas no power to dis turb or set aside a decision of the Supreme Court. A slave code, therefore, might be only temporary, but a decision of tbe Court declaring tbe existence of slavery in'lhe territories, would be eternal! The latter is Douglasism ; the former is Breclc-enridgeism. A Douglas ratification meeting was held at La Grange, Ohio a few days since, and Mr. (t. Johnsos was Chairman of the Committee on resolutions. The following was one of tbe resolves. Resolved, That Marshal Johnson and his confederate vagabonds, purchased with of ficial pap. and steeped in the vilest corrup tion, are in representatives of tbe most un American, un-Deraocratic and infamous Administration that ever existed. Whereupon Marshall Johnson publishes the following from the author of the resolution: LAGRANGE, Lorian Co., Ohio Feb. 29, 1860. Dear Sir. I am waiting patiently to hear from you with respect to the Census matter. If you have an appointment yet to make please remember me! Let me hear from you. Yours with respeot. E. G. Johnson. Hon. M. Johnson, U. S. Marshal, N. D. of Ohio. jtSTAmorjg the prominent Ohio Dem ocrats who are for Breckenridge and Lane is Col. Wm. H. Safford, of Chillicothe, late State Senator and Democratic can didate for Lieut. Governor last fall. He is advertised to speak at a Breckenridge Mass Melting at Chilliccthe on Saturday next. Job E. Stevenson, Esq., will address the meeting. J3Tlt the newspapers that are devoting themselves to tbe advocacy of the candi dacy of Mr. Douglas for the Presidency bad any regard for the truth, they would not persist in saying that Douglas was nominated by a vote of two-thirds of the Electors College, when the record proves conclusively that they are guilty of outright lying. There were not two-thirds of the College in the Convention, allowing all the new votes from the South, and a dozen supplementary votes manufactured on the spot, by taking in outsiders in tbe place of Secedere. X-The Ohio Patriot says that the statistics of the census taker shows that New Lisbon has the youngest set of girls in the world. There is only one unmar ried lady in the place over twenty-two years of age, andshe is engaged. The balance range from fifteen to nineteen. Couldn't Name a Sinlge State or a Single Vote Douglas will Get. A pompous and silly Douglasite, in a dispute with a Democrat, remark 3d, "I am willing to concede you will carry Soutn Carolina, and it is the only State the Breckenridge men can bet on with any prospect of success.'1 "Well" says the Democrat, "you admit we have one State we can bet en now, name, if you please, a single State that you dare bet a V that Douglas will carry, or a single electoral vote be wnl get, and 1 will stake tbe mon ey." The Donglasite just then had bust ness in another part of the city and left. He thought that Vs were loo scarce witn him to be fooled away. Ths Hkatsd Tirm South. The 4th and 6th of July were melting days in South Carolina. The maximum range of the thermometer in the shade was 97. In Ibe sun 102 to 105. For five days previous the heat was distressing, and during the heated term of eight days the deaths from exposure, sun strokes, fec, were un exampled in tbe history of Charleston The papers record some fifty fatal cases, At Savannah and Augusta, Georgia, the heat was equally intolerable,, and nu merous cases of prostration and death are reported by the press. On the 6th the weather became more bearable, the mercu ry standing at 80, with showers. a Single Vote Douglas will Get. Giving it Up---Sensible Democrat. crat. The Erie Observer, one of the roost in telligent and influential Democratic papers in Northern Pennsylvania, thus frankly ad mits that the defeat of its. parly in JSovem ber is inevitable. The Observer says: "We will not stultify ourselves we will not compromise the position of this jour nal by misleading its readers with vain and delusive hopes, when there is no room for hopf. 'United we stand, divided we fall, is an aphorism which has never been controverted either in theory or practice. No politcal party divided can succeed. We tried it in 1848, and alike result flow ed from a like cause. And we are abont to enact over again in 1860 the disastrous campaign of 1848. We know it is said there is a silver lining in every cloud,' but apprehend it will take a spy glass at least four years long, to see a 'silver lining in the cloud' that spans the political horizon of the Democratic party at this time. 5TThe New York Tribune's Washing ton correspondent says the Douglas men have already determiued that their favorite shall be caudidate for the Presidenency in 1804. Uertninlv. Ihev mav run mm now prepelually. Where's the harm f a Single Vote Douglas will Get. Giving it Up---Sensible Democrat. Special Notices. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Z. & C. R. Trains leave llillersburg: Express 5:35 A. M, Accommodation ..2:05 P. M, Ajrive at Slillerehurg: Acoommadation 1 :20 P. M, Express 10:58 P. M. PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. GOING WEST. Fast Express 5:55 A. M. Mail 2:35 P. M. Express Passenger 6:02 P. SI, GOING EAST. Mail ....9:21 A. M. ....3:00 P. I, 9:00 P. M. Fast Express -txress Passenger. DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, AND DR. IIOOFLIXD'S BALSAMIC CORDIAL,, The great ttandarJ vird.cinei of the prttent agt, hare acquired their great popularity only through yean of. trial. Unbounded tati'fac tion it rendered by them in all cases; and the people have pronounced them tcorthg. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility of the Xervous System, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordered lirer or weakness of the stomach and digeitice organs, are speedily and permanenily cured by the GERMAN BITTERS. The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a reputation surpassing that of any similar pre paration extant. It trill cure, wjthoct fail, the most severe and long-standing Cough, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronchitis, In fluenza, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption, and has performed the most astonishing cures ever known of Confirmed Consumption. A few doses Kill also at once check and cure the most severe Diarrhoea proceeding from Cold is thk Bottels. These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. M. Jack soS & Co., A"o. 418 IrcA Street, Phila delphia, Pa., and are told by druggists and dealers in medicines everywhere, at 75 cents per bottle. The signature of 0. M. Jacksox triH be on the outside wrapper of each bottle. In the Almanac published annually by the proprietors, called Evibtbodt'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. YERfJIN. Millersbnr. O.. and Dealers generally. Aug. lo, isoa viinszri HUMPHREY' SPECIFIC f)omeopatl)ic UemcMes HAVE now been before the public for fire years, and bare every where won golden opinions from the many thousands wno bare uxed them. Simple, free from intricacy, technicality, or danger, they have become the resource and aid of the parent, traveler, narae,or invalid, and have become the family physician and medical adviser, of thousands of families, No where have they been tried without having been approved, and their highest appreciation is among those wno nave known them longest, ana most intimately. N.B. A fall set of Humphrey's Homeopathic Speci fics, with Book of Directions, and twentr different rem edies, in large vials, morocco case, $5; ditto, in plain case, $4; case of fifteen boxes, and Book. $2. Single boxes, 25 cents and 50 cent. Thette Remedies, by the sin trie box or case, ara sent by mail or express, free of charge, to any address, oa receipt of the price. Address yr. ft . Hijiif HHETS & CO ho. 662 Broadway, New- York. Sold by H. YERQIN, Uiflenburg, Ohio. March 22, 1860-31 9 ' McLxajv'S Cordial. As mar be seen, we insert tM. week the adrertise ment of McLean's Cordial, lie It rery well known we are not very particularly favor ble to patent medicines, and, as a general thing, eschew tbe whole of them with but little ceremony, and with these sentiments we declined inserting this advertise ments until we knew what were the ingredients of the medicine, and how compounded. This we have learned, and believing, as we do. that the ingredients are good, and the compound judiciously mads, we recommend It a mixture wortny of the public confidence. The above is from the St. Louis Christian Advocate. edited by the renowned Rev. Dr. McAnally, which speaks volumes in ravor oi sicLjean s ioruiai. w e say to an, try it- See the advertise meat in another column. GOING EAST. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, July 18, 1860. Flour $6.75(g70 Clovuraecd $ 3.50 Buck heat floured. Ml Flaxseed $1.00 Rveflourcwt.l0 Timor do 2.00$2,25 Wheal.. fl,00(l.l0 Green Apples 50 Corn 50 Dried Apples $155 Oats..; 25 Dried reaches.... $2.00 Rye 70 Smoked Haros..--89 Barley 5U55 8moked Shoulders... 6 Butter 10 Smoked Sides 7 Eggs 10 Dress'd fork $J$5,25 Lt&rd attentionT JT IS UNIVERSALLY ADMITTED that Cook's Portable Evaporator is by far the best in use. and the onlv one upon which SUGAR has been SUCCESSFULLY "MADE. Call and get a circular and see the Machine and some of the su gar made on them. I hare the BEST AXD CHEAPEST CANE MILL ret out. lean sell them 2- per cent, lower than any other machine that has ben ollered for sale. It will do more work than any other machine requiring the same power. Beware or Pedlars and Travelling Agent:. Come right to the Bij Coffee rot ana see tor yourselves. fcj Jrt , June 27. 186045 the Tinner N Saturday night, in the crowd, during the meeting Vf on me square, A Small Gold Watch! Patent movement, of Josiah Johnson's make. It was maraea m. . a. on toe back; also, nau a uog on tne front ca?e. Any person returning the same to A. If. FRY. or sending to Box 240 P. will be liberally re- waraea. June2S.l?). - ECATT'S TRAIN Again on the Road! HAVING laid byjbr a few weeks to wood and water and otherwise fix up, the unders.irned respectfully inlnrms his old friends and the public in general that he Is again in tne BOOT&SHOE BUSINESS, in all its rarious branches. In addition to the stock on hand he has added A NEW STOCK of the newest styles of Boots and Shoes for gen tinmen; Ladies' Shoes, a lartre lot: Misses and Children's Shoes. He employs the best workmen, and does all kiaua of custom work to order. He is not only a friend to all men, but keeps fine things (linding) of all kinds for shoemakers, such as ieaioer, luu, regs, i ureau aim bub. The Books. Notes tc, axe in my possession iof s. t tlcment. Remember the place set your Face for Hatt's Shoe Shop if jou want a good job and a net at. ki. a a 1 1, Jane 21,1360-44 NEW GROCERY PROVISION STORE EOEGB WOLF has purchased the Grocory and VJI l'rorision More of J oun felolL anu received in aa dition thereto a large Stock of Family Groceries and Provisions of every kind. We invite special attention to bis stock ot TEAS, KTTQARB. COFFEE, of all grades and prices. MOLASSES, SYRUPS, &C, a great variety at low prices. FruitSj Nuts, Tobacco Cigars Cheese, Crackers, Fish, and other articles that it would take a column to enu merate. The highest price will be paid for all kinds of country produce. Call and See for Yourselves. g-Remember the place; the rooms heretofore oc cupied br John Stoll. June 21, I860 44 tf 0L0HE l S I I I 1 1 1: CANONSBUI1GH, PA., For Young Ladies. T) A RENTS who hare daughters to educate will Hease X observe that 145,00 13T AOVAACE, will nay for Board, Tuition. I'retrular course.) Pew rent Washing to the amount of SO doz.. and lire, in the above Institution, one year. fljSend for Circulars. Olivia J. French, March 15, I860. 30 x Princiual. Fashionable Tailoring. XT T.TTT-Fl"R.S3Sr has opened a T.ti Ji , lor Shop in the rooms heretofore occupied by the Post Office where he is prepared to do work to order on short notice, lie will be in veceipt 01 tne LATEST FASHIONS From the Eastern Cities. All work will be under his Immediate supervision and will be WARRANTED to r it anu noi to Kip. tiis prices win oe reasonaoie. M 'SA. share of public natronaee is respectfully solid' ted. N. HENDERSON. Spring of 1860 n37 ' rriHE undersigned rerpeetfully informs the JL citizens of Millersburc and vicinity, that he has opened a BOOT & SHOE SHOP on Main Street, opposite Courtney's Fictnre Gallery, nt the sign of the BIG BOOT, where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in his l : ' .1 i, ) o -.1 : f .-J j lilt, CJijUii i eggeu ui ocwcu, t u . jiv mmu workmanlike manner. Prompt raying and cash customers will find it to their interest to give him a call. Mending Done on Short Notice. B. M. SPENCER. May 10, 18C0. 38. NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that an application will be mad to the Governor of the State of Ohio, at his office in Columbus, Ohio, on Tuesdar, the 24th day of July, 1800. at 10 o clock A. il. of said day, or as soon thereafter as the same can be heard, for the pardon of Kobert eenngton, who is now confined in tbe umo Penitentiarr. under a sentence for tbe term of mt years. by the Court of Common Pleas of Holmes county, at tbir March term, to wit: the 1st day of April. 1858, for the crime of horse stealing. ROBERT BEUMiTUS. June 28,1860 45w4. Wall Paper A new lot of Cheap Wall Papers jurt received at the Book Store. We have some very preciy paiiern i new; m a, ju. r ur JJVUIK OIVIID. Petition for Divorce. ANNE ELIZABETH KINI'AIU or Looflonrille. in th count, of Asbtand and Stata of Ohio i notlntd that John W. Kincaid did on the 16th day of July A. D. I860, file hi petition in the aBice of the Clerk of the Court of Common Plea", within and for the conntr of Holmea and Stat of Ohio, eharainr the .aid Anne EIU- alipth Kincaid with adultery, and aklnt- that he may be divorced from the aaid Anne Eliaabeth Kincaid; which petition will be lor bearine; at the next term of aaid Gonrt. BAKCROKT VOORHKS, GUfiSii0WERS n rati AND SHOP! Attorney! for Petitioner. July 1, 18W- 48w of tin -i he in in for B. A. Fa'hnestock & ' Co. Corner of Wood and First Streets, IMttstoxxrgli, !. UPOHIIJ ASS 1IA1I1I IN Drugs, Paints, Oils, Dye-Stuffs, &c. laiiiicimiit or White Lead, Red Lead ahd Litharge. Kanag Scsiaat Partner ia lew York ana Philadelphia t take afeaatan af all dianm ia taa market, we an aaaUea to aaU an aa faraahW tarau aa Xaatara Jebhiaf HeaaeaT J-Sole Proprietors of B. A. Fahnetockt Celebrated Vermifuge. B. A. Fahnestock & Co's. PTJUE "WHITE LEAD Has been analyzed by competent Chemists, at the request of disinterested parties, with the following results : Asalrsif of XeftTS. POWERS WEIGHT1U7, (ample famished by Xenra. WK. 1TCULLT 4 CO. of Pittsburgh. Philadelphia, October 27th, 1869. We hare examined the keg of White Lead, ground in oil, branded "Pore White Lead," and find it to be as represented. 100 parts of the mixture furnished Oil, ...... ......... 9 parts, wnite Lead, ................. 91 t 100 POWERS & WEIGHTMAN. Analysis of A. A. HATES, Esq., State Assayer of Kassaehnsetts, of sample furnish 1 by Kessrs. LYON, SH0SB CO. of Pittsburgh. 16 Boylston St., Boston, October 6th, 1859. Sample of Lead in Oil was analyzed for any impurity, but found to consist of Oil I and White Lead only. A. A. HAYES. We claim for our White Lead not only strict purity, but a degree of fine ness and whiteness not equaled by any other brand. . - B. A. Fahnestocx & Co. , THE CAMPAIGN OPENED! A Grand Mass Meeting of Consumers and Customers Will be held every tlay thougliout the coming Spring and Summer at J. CHEEEYHOLMES' Commodious Store Rooms, Millersburg, Ohio, where the unparalleled arrival of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! Which have recently been selected and just received from tha Great Emporium of the New World is atttrac'.ing an immense crowd. OUR. STAPLE AND Surpass all previous stocks for OXm LADIES' "Were never before half so attractive, and will win smiles of approval rrom our Are just what you need to improve your beauty and restore youth. OUR BOOTS & SHOES and durability. fIIDOI nrue K CCiaarnrc .,iiv-i;.. n c.,.: varieties. OUR HARDWARE, Cutlery, Crockery &c, have been better selected than last season. OUR FANCY ARTICLES, Notions, &c, are too numerous to be here repeated embracing everytbing that a Merchant should keep and a Customer should buy. And bow h.iving purchased a LARCiEH AXM BETTER STOCK than ever betore.we eonnilentiy rriy npon the appreciation i eare prepnrau 10 give i or rmtijiiUiWa lor (JAStl or rltUMjfl f A I , lar more real and valuable thai are usually offered. Dim SHllcrsbiirg, March 29, 1860. FANCY DRY GOODS Beauty, Variety and Excellence. DUE S3 GOODS lair fnemds. Combine elegance mid ease, with strength of the public for a ready sale of tbe same. t be backward in coming forward. j. Cberryholmcs THE GREAT ATTRACTION! Is still at Koch's. THE GREAT RUSH Is still at Koch's THE GREAT EXCITENENT Is still at Koch's. THE BEST GOODS Are still at Koch's. THE CHEAPEST GOODS Are still at Koch's. THE BEST STYLE OF GOODS To be had at Koch's. THE NEWEST STYLE GOODS To be had at Koch's. AND JUST NOW the? are reenTinr an n no trial mgh of custom for this season, to get some of, and see tbe KTEW GOODS lately received atKoch's Corner. Keep your Eye on the Corner. - nrinjr your Produce to the Corner, and co home from the Corner rejoicing in your good luck. June si low. i Attend to it Now! LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR- A KEW Wagon or Buggy. SUPPORT HOME MANUFACTURES. THE undersigned respect fnliy informs his old cus tomers and tbe public generally, that he still car- r'am A alt hia nlfl Kta.ml RMf rhuFrrhfilmaa' Gtan 4U manufacture of ' Wagons & Buggies all kinds, from the plain, atrong road wagon to th. ton borer, or an rlecant eairlam. Hi wnrh will compare favorably with that turned ont at anr other i nv:. l . , -' . aup iu "w m.. mici longer, ua would ak those wanting work in hia line, tn Brut look at some joba ha torned out before ooocluding to bo; elsewhere. ALSO -BLACKSMITH INC all IU various branchea, carried on at the old stand as usual. RPDAIOIMn - tl M 0 Done In either shop ia good style and on short notice. Ipt About! Karffur WIREIAJi? 8H0K Leave your orders and vou shall have vonr work done good time and in good sty ie, and at fair prices. Patent Gumming Machine. He fa also a?ent for the nun of one of the best Gum ming Machines, for Mill orCmes-CutSawstn the State. Bring on your Haws. n.n. ninasAa. une .1, iou. 14 MOWER A REAPER GRINDERS, for irrindintr the Knives of Mowers & Reapers, Sale at .T. HEBROiN fc SOxV'S. ' WW June 6ih, Ib60n42tf. ! : i I j , : ( - j to to low MORE TOBE ADMIRED THAN THE RICHEST DIADEM EVER iWorn by Kings or Emperors. What? Why a Beautiful Head of Hair, Because it Is the ornament God Himself provuUd for all ear race. Reader, although the rose may bloom ever no biiphtlj in the glowing cheek, the ere be erer spark ; ling, the teeth be thoee of pearls, if the' bead ia hare of its covering, or the hair he snarled and shriveled, ArsA mm4 aVv, or worse fUU, if sprinkled with gray, nature will lose more than ha'f her charms. Prof. Wood's Hair Re storative. if aned tw or tltrre times a a week, will restore and permanently secure to all sncb an onmment. Read the following and judge. The writer of the first ia Uu CMlebnOed Fiaxttt, Tkaibrrg: Dr. Wood: Kew York. Anrfl 19. 1858. Uemr Sir, Permit me to express to you tbe oofigaTiona i am nnaer lor me enure restoration oi my hair to it original color; abont the tiire of my arriraJ in the United States it was rapidly becoming gray, but npon the application of your "Hair Restorativn it soon recoT erea its oncimu hue. I eoosider your Ken to rati re as a rery wonaenuj uiYenuon, quite emeauous aa well i agreeable. 1 am, dear sir. your truly, S. THALBER6. "Prjch a'r Gwyliedydct." Welsh Newspaper office. 13 Nassau st.. Anril 12. 1858. 1'or. O. J. Wood: Deter Sir,-Some mevth or six weeks ago I received a bottle of jour Hair RestoriTe and gave it my wife, wbo concluded to try it on ber hair, lit tle thinking at tbe time that it would restore the gray hair to its original color, but to her as well as my sur prise, after a few weeks trial it has performed that won derful effect by turning all the-gray hairs to a dark brown, at i ue same time oeaunmng ana inicsening tne rair. i strongly recommend tbe abore tiestoralire to all per sons in want ui sucn a cnange in tneir nair. CHARLES CARDEW. Nnr York, July 25.1857. Tturp. 0. J. Wood: With confidence do I recommend your Hair Restorative, as beinc the most emcaeioma arti cle I ever saw. Since using your Hair Restorative, my balr and whiskers which were almost white have gradu ally grown dark : and I now foe continent that a lew more applications wilt restore them to their natural color. It also has relieved me of all dandruff and unpleasant itch ing, so common among persons wno perspire freely. J. G. KILBT. Prof. Woopj About two years ago my hair com menced falling off and turning gray; I was fast becoming oaiu. anu naa tnea many remedies to no enect. j com menced u.insr vonr Restorative in Jannarv' last. A few apj lications fastened my hair 6rmlv. It began to till up. grow ont, and turned back to its former color, (blas.J At this time it ia fully restored to its original color. bealth, and appearance, and cheerfully recommend its m to all. J. D. HOES, fihicairo. Ill- Var 1. 1857. The Restorative is put up tn bottles of 3 sixes: large, medium, and small; the small holds H a. pint, and retails for one dollar per bottle; tbe medium holds at least twentr ner cent, more in proportion to the smalL retails for two dollars per bottle; the large holds a quart, 40 per cent more in propomoo, au retails tur o. O. J. WOOD k CO., Proprietors, 312 Broadway, Kew lorit. (in xue great i. x. wire nailing csiaoiisnmenij and 114 Market St, Lonis Mo. For Mile at the BOOK ft YARIETY Store iriillersburff. FREDERICKSBURG WOOLEN FACTORY! THE subscriber takes this method to inform ths pub lic generally that he has again commenced operating uis otu "wiu, ami in prcrprvea w caru wool into rous, spin yarn, double, twist and reel coverlet, carpet or stocking yarn; dye yarn for flannel, carpet or coverlets, also manufacture wool into blankets, flannels, cloths. caflFimercs, sauneis, tec. Work will be done on Short Notice and at as moderate charges as at anr other establiffh ment in this Tidnitr, for cash, or oi the share. All work entrusted to his core will be warranted. Haiiog went to great expense in putting his works in eomplet. worKing orarr, ne nopes oj sulci aixooiion w mau. receive a liberal share of tLe public patronage. JOHN J. N. VEATRICK. Fredericksburg, Jan. T, I860- J. EBERHARDT, Manufacturer and Dealer IT7 ALL KINDS OF AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE WORKS. order en the shortest possible notice, and at such prices too that will astonish the natives. J. KBkKUAKlJT. Shop on Main 8 1 reel. Millersburg. April 12, i960. To The Great Prize Figh t is oyer, ami now tbe excitement is at MULTASE'S EMPORIUM, Corner of Clay t Jackson Streets MILLERSBURG, O. I HAVE just returned from east with the largest and best selected STOCK OF GOODS ever brought to this market. I have been selling at Cost for thirty days and Uurebj red need my stock so that it was necessary for me to par chase a much larger stock than usuaL My feeds sow are almost entirely new, and having bought after early .. ul I hon.kt Greatly Reduced Prices, and now I air. 70a onlj OKE REASON" why 700 shoaM buy jour goods at ne, ana inat is, s anu seu meat cheaper than jou can buy them elsewhere. MY STOCK OF LASili' QO IS COMPLETE, Among which maj be frand ererr style of Ftgnred sad PUia Silks, Borages, Mohair Stripe, Cbiats, Cballera from 12H to 2S cts. per yard; Lawns from 6 to 37 S cts. per yard. Shawls: Crap., White and Colored; Stella Shawls, Merino Shawls with SUki ring, all colors; Man tillas, Silk Lace Points, and Lace Capes. A nice lot of Swiss and Cambric Collars, Hosiery, he; Cotton Uea from 6i to 25 cts per pair. My Stock of Gentlemen's Goods Embraces erery style snd color of French, English snd American Broad Cloths, French snd Americas Cassimeres; Vestings: Plush, Satin. Marseilles, and a im riety of other styles; Summer wear in great variety. A. ITICI Sb-m . -no A large lot of fatta. MY BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT Is furnished with every style from smallest to the largest. Cheaper than ever, aa' 1 have purchased largely. , ... Grocer!?) and Qaceiwware I will continue to sell setts best Iron Stone China Ware, Kirty-seven pieced for $4. L ookin g- G lasses cheaper than ever.3 Thankful for pat favors I hope to merit an increased trade by giving good and desirable Goods in a uracil larger assortment than before, and being able from long Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. . , JEXKIN MCLVAXE. April 28, I860. 36 LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER! Patronize your own Yards. New Lumber Yard just opened in Millersburg, A'JSAR THS RAILROAD LAffiDIXO, WHERE IOF CAN ALWAYS GET at Cleveland prices, freight tothisalace added,) all sorts of PINE AND POPLAR LUMBER. Shingles and Plastering Laths, MATCHED FLOORING & SIDING, Sash, and Doors, Embracing all the varieties usually found in Lumber Yards elsewhere. We ask the public patronage, promis ing that tbey shall be fairly dealt with. Oar present assortment Livery good, but we expect to made additions to it from day tP day, aa the wants of the country are understood. GIVE US A CALL jAMEs HULL. March 29, I860. R.W.EXOS. SEWTWG MACHINE. WEST & WILSON Patent Double Thread amili) Swing kfljinr, Patented June 29th, 1858. PRICE FROM $30,00 TO 50,00, accoHiaf to style; anequalled for Speed, Beauty, Darabilit ot stitch and economy in price. This troly celebrated Machine took the first premiums at the Ohio Stat. Fair, held at Sandaskj. Sept. 1, 18M, also at ererr Conntr Fair in the State where tha aaasa vat exhibited. No machine has erer been offered to th. pabue toaa bining so many excellencies as the West Wilson auv -chine. An impartial examination will eonTlnce th. most skeptical of that fact. Send for a circular containing full particulars of pricaa, testimonials, illustration of stitch, Ac All letters of inquiry, orders for machines, circulars, samples ot work, will nceire prompt attentioa by ad dressing L.S. BMNN, (Ben. Agent, ur, r.viaai.iuo, liir.ariBii P. 0. address, SulliTan, Ashland Co, O. fr Machines warranted and full directions givaa fr a sin? without extra chanre. We hare an excellent Bemmer that ran be at tached to oar machine fer those who may desire. We, the undersigned citizens of Wooster. Warn. conntr, Ohio, hare asrd West Jt Wilson's Family Sew in (r Machine in our families, and cheerfully recommend the same lor a ramify &enng Jtacnine. S1 Wite C. A.CraadaL - B. Barrett, B. J. Jones. Ohio t. Jones, CeorgjxWUcx, John P Jeffries, S. B. Bonewits. May , I860. 0tf L.Q.B. GREAT EXHIBITION OF New Spring and Summer Goods! L. MYERS, HAS returned from the Eastern Cities whera he bouaht a verv lam ud desirable stock of Goods of erprr kind, which he bow offers to the people of Holmes County si low prises. HIS LARGE STORE ROOMS Are filled full of the latest styles of Kw SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. a A i,.;t.t;.n .-rinrAcA tn th TMmrtla of the Conaty sad the rest of mankind to call and examine this stock before boy iBg elsewhere, as by so doing they may save money. MillerebiirgjApril 5, 1860 33tf & CHEAP GOODS Just receiving at . WBRUM'Q BEELIN. COME AND SEE. GROCERY STORE. O ODFR KY ITU BR has hia Grocery and Provision Store . the Room, formerly occupied by Fry's Jewelry Store. wis roods are of tha rery best quality, carefully salect I nS will so sold oa Short ProSta. All wbo want to boy the best quality ot GROCERIES should call. . O.TTNEB. 'S April 2, 180.-aJ7tf - . i