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The Drouth and Distress in Kansas.
" Tho benoroleot Tbaddens Hjatt lms been on tour through Kansas to learn for himself the present situation of that inter esting part of our country- He has writ ten for the press long fetter descriptive of the horror mere leu ana dreaded, ow inir to the unprecedented drouth of the past season.' He states .that tbe desola tion of Kansas caxrool ba told; die half is not jet known. The people have no wheat to eat, none to sow, and no money to buv it win. ,. Kansas Ras no seed oorn for the coming spring, and in aC her borders bas not old and new corn enough to sustain her present population beyond the month ifOI&rch next. ' The crops generally this year are a dead failure." Potatoes and other vegetables as well as prairie grass bare been cut of in many sections, and they whe in Kansas Lave bread for them selves bare none for their neighbors. . . r The people of Kansas have been pio neers in sewing me wiwerness ana estan- r Ikbinsr free institutions w the broad gate . way to the Southeastern slope, of the Rocky iioaatains, and their sad case, growing out of causes wbicb no bumnn prudence or foresight could avert, gives them peculiar claims on the acuve sympathies of their countrymen in the older and bountifully blessed elates. Mr. Hyatt says : Let the country bear me. At this mor la hour, as I sit here penniug these lines, people are starving! . Whole families hare literally nothing to eat. Other families are subsisting wholly on mere bread and 'water, and corn bread at that; and death from starvation has actually occurred ! The banger fiend sits enthroned in Kansas. asked the census-taker, -what of KansasJ And be replied : Now listen to wbat the eeoaoa-taker, a man wbo bas visited every cabin in the country, says: a man who for two whole days' - travel bad for bis horse oolr parched grass, and for himself nothing. In Walker Township, Anderson county, he found a family that bad nothing to eat; their drink was the milk of one cow this Was all their subsistence. In Ozark Town ship, on a single section, he .found five fam ilies living on corn meal and water. An other family of four living wholly on the milk of their cow ; not a crumb of bread in the house nothing whatever to eat. And be found one death from starvation. The neighbors hare sorrowful testimony to the (act, accounting for it on the ground that they were all circumstanced so nearly likeall so near starvation, that they did not realise the poor woman's actual dan ger nntil she bad got beyond the reach of aid, and beyond the need of it. -All that can leave are fleeing from -the country. Mr. H. represents the emigrants from Kansas during the month of August at the rate of two hundred per day. But there are some that cannot leave. They have neither money, nor food, nor strength to migrate. Mr. Hyatt continues: I asked the preacher of the gospel, what of Kansas ! Hearken to what the preach er says: "I hare preached three months a long the Neosho Valley; the people on the circuit are responsible for my support. This year they are all poor; their crops bare tailed. 1 had not the heart to ask for ray salary. All I hare received for my twelve week's labor is this two bits.? And the preacher took f.om his pocket and exhibited in bis bands exactly twenty' fire cents! The preacher talked of leaving, bnt his poor parishioners went. They told hitn to slay. That though they had no money and no food scarcely, yet if he would stay they would hunt buffalo meat for him, and pay him with that. The preacher consen ted. .. : Dr. Samuel Ayer was enquired of as to the causes of bis calamity. Among other things he replies: : - ' In the west portion of the country where the lands were last year ordered to be sold, the destitution is peculiarly great, because the people have no money, and they hare no money because they were last year forced to pay for their lands! Many of the poor settlers had no alterna tive but to mortgage their claims to raise the money demanded of them by the Gov ernment. The druotb has come, and pay day ha come! These poor people unable to subsist, will be driven from their claims, and lose all! Had we a Homestead bill, this slate of thing would not exist. t" Mr. Hyatt closes: ... Friends of humanity, wait not, 0, wait not, I beseeb you, unt 1 the opened heav ens shall flood the land wiih rains that shall add sickness to poverty. For then what shall these poor people do! Delay not your work of mercy until drifting snows and drifting sleet shall intensify suffering already too great to be borne. For the Jere f God, I pray you postpone not phi lanthropy an hour. Believe mo there is no time to spare. '. Let not the wailing winds of March be the requiem of the dead who shall have perished for want of your timely aid. v .. French Aid To The Pope. Both Napoleon and Victor Emanuel have engaged themselves to the protection of the Holy City and the person of the Pope, while' Garibaldi is said to have declared that the capital of the new King of Italy shall be at Rome. As an earnest of the intentions of Napoleon, the French force at Rome bas been increased to ten thou sand men, and Gen. Guyon has been ap pointed to the command, an officer whose sympathies are warmly enlisted in behalf of t he Pope. His mission is to defend the Pope and the province called the patrimo ny of St. Peter, which bas a population of 472,334 inhabitants, thus divided, Rome and Comarca, 326,509 ; Civita Veccbia, 10, 701; Viterbo, 125, 324. A letter from Rome declares this does not satisfy the Sacred College. It says; - "An army of 25,000 men. has been as sembled, and, unlike the King of Naples, the Pope will fight before surendering. "We may therefore daily expect to be at war. ; Predmonlese camps ' have been formed at Arezzo and La Cattolica, and it is in that quarter that fighting .will take place. There are about 15,000 Papal troops at Perugia and Macerata, to defend Umbiia and Marches. Gen. Lamoriciers bas formed a third camp at Spoleto, which can tender a hand to such troops as may have regained faithful to the King of Naples. - gentlemen of intelligence and re liability informs the Rochester American, that before Douglas visited Clifton Springs it was agreed, after a canvass by leading Lincoln and Douglas men, that Douglas bad thirty-fire majority in that election dis trict Since bis visit and speech, another oanvaw has been bad, showing many changes, so that Lincoln has now a clear majority of thirty. Let the "Little Giant" keep on his wanderings. The "Little Squatter" vs. Senator Douglas. " "Where hare yon erer prohibited slavery by Congress ! It has never been driven by act of Congress from one inch of Ameri can sou. N or bas it ever been introduced by act of Congress over one inch of Amer ican soil. It will be wherever the people want it, and no power on earth can make it go where the people do not want it, Douglas speech at L otvmous, evL zo 1860. " . Under this doctrine (non-intervention slavery bas been extended from the Rio Grande to the Gulf of California, and from the line of the Republic of Mexico, not only up to 36 degrees 30 minutes, but up to 38 degrees giving you (the south) a degree and a half more slave territory than you ever claimed. Douglas' speech in the Senate, May 16,1860. Were there ever such opposite facts ! Wbo is right, oenator JJonglas or the little Douglas! Both cannot be-true. One has told an untruth. Which is it f Future Prospects of Garibaldi. A Turin letter in the Paris Constilu tionnel says that Garibaldi stales that bis mission will only terminate at Rome and Venice. He is desirous of availing him self of the resources which the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies furnishes to attain that object, which he says he could never ac complish if the annexation took place ira mediately, for all liberty of action would then be interdicted to him. "MalakofF," tho Paris correspondent of the A'. 1. Tunes, writes: The conquest of the Roman States will not, perhaps, occupy a fortnight, for the Piedmontese army of invasion numbers 45,000 men, and the populations are eve rywhere either in revolt or ready to revolt, Gen. Lainoriciere is shut up at Ancona with 8,000 men, and this is supposed to be tbe only point that will make any sen ous resistance. At this moment it is not known whether Garibaldi will march bis army to the aid of tbe Piedmontese army tne noman Slates or not. it is proba ble, ho s ever, that the Piedmontese will do all the word. The New York Failure of Fusion. sion. The third dilution of the Douglas elec toral ticket in New York by putting 0n Breckenridge men through a fusion Com mittee, appears t le tbe leabt acceptable move of ail. Mr. lirady, the Breckonridne candidate for Governor, denounces it in bitter terms, and declares that all idea of a compromise is at an end. lie is about to stump the State and address the Na tional Democracy. Tbe four Breckenridge men put on tne Douglas fusion ticket by the Cooper Institute Committee will not accept, it is also stated. Even the Albany Argus has so little faith in the attempted truck and dicker in New York City, that it entirely ignores the action of the Com mittee of Fifteen, and continues to publish the old electoral ticket. The Albany Journal says the failure of fusion casts a dismal gloom over the fu sion casts a dismal gloom over the future of the Douglas Party. Defeat is before them in New York, and defeat is before them in the Union. Even should Lin coin fail of success it would not betler the prospects of Douglnsism one iota, for the House, where Douglas bas no sign of chance. It add : In whatever way the contest may result, the Douglas party will be left after the election a powerless, hopeless minority. 1 he national organization of the Democrat ic party will be in the bands of those who are now supporting Breckenridge and Lane. Their platform embodies the principles which tho Democratic party represents, aud the South, always the Democratic strong hold, is entirely on their side.. The Breckenridge men are therefore ex hilerated as much as the Douglas men are chagrined at the failure of the "fusion" ne gotiations. - It secures to them, if not present success, at least the assurance of future supremacy in their party, while it brings to die Douglas men nothing but doubt and despair. . . Homestead Bill—How Douglas Homestead Bill—How Douglas Sweat. In bis speech here Senator Donglas pro- to be tbe fast friend of a liberal homestead law, and claimed that he sup ported the measure with earnest zeal and great pertinacity in the Senate. In his late masterly Pittsburg speech, Senator Wade discussed the Homestead measure and its defeat by tbe Demociatic party. Southern Democrats say that the bill was gotten ' up for foreign paupers that the miserable pittance of 160 acres is unfit for a gentleman. The slaveholder wants a whole township to work bis negroes upon. Mr. Wade said : "Mr. Douglas pretends he has been fa vorable to this bill. Now, it fell to my lot to see that this bill was put through. I counted every vote and thought we could carry it. The South saw that if tbe North should be true to itself, the measure would become a law. The bill was up; then was tbe test: Again Brother Douglas sweat a it were drops of blood! I watched Douglas' vote, and he voted are on Sli- delfs substitute, again voting for the ne gro and turning his back on you. When it came up again, this session, we endea vored to get brother Douglas there. : but no! he had the gripes! his throat was sort! though now it is brazen enough! he can bellow lite a steam engine! a Behold, How they Love One Another. other. . Below, we give a choice extract from the Cleveland Plaindealer, illustrating the re gard of tbe Douglas faction for their Breck- enride fellow Democrats: "The idea of Douglas men coalescing with political scoundrels, who, with official bribes in their pockets have deserted the Democratic party, its principals and its usages, are doing all in their power to break it up, is(preposterons. We will support no sucn class of men, we will belsng to no such party. If there is not power and pluck enough in the pres ent organization of the Democratic parly to punish such traitors, wejjo in for a new organization." " Yet tbe "scoundrels and "traitors" are appealed to for aid by the Plaindealer, statesman and other Douglas organs, to help them elect tbe straight-out Douglas State Ticket. They are expected, also, to rally to the support of the Douglas county tickets and Congressional candidates. A couple of months ago, the Statesman was quite as abusive of this class of Democrats as the Plaindealer id now ; but Cox being in a tight place, it has "dried up" until after the election. State Journal. Gov. Johnson's Disunion Sentiments at Wooster. The cbarazteristics of Gov. first speech on Ohio soil were violent de nunciations of the Breckenridgers, coupled with the most revolutionary, secession ut terances. In a report of his speech in the Summit Beacon, we find tbe following: "John C. Breckenridge, or one of his stripe shall never le inaugurated Presi dent of this Republic." Then appealing to his Democratic friends, he said : " Will you at the North permit the inauguration of a sectional Southern President r When tbe Democrats answered, "No." Then he said : "If you at the North elect a section al Northern President, shall we of the South permit him to be inaugurated?" The Democrats answered, "No." Then said he: "At we cannot inaugurate a Northern or Southern sectional President, our only safety in this great criiis is to elect Mr. Douglas, a National Democrat, so that we can inaugurate a National Presi dentP If it be not talking treason, to say that either the North or tbe South will prevent tbe inauguration of a President, constitu tionally elected, and to justify it we do not know what treason is. Thk Proof. The Democratic papers have been den ing tbe geuuineness of the following extract from a speech of Mr. Douglas in Congress: "The father may bind bis son during his minority, but the moment be attains bis majority his fetters are severed, and he is free to regulate his own conduct. So with the Territories; they are subject to the ju risdiclion and control of Congress during their infancy their minority; but when they attain their majorily and obtain ad mission into the Union, they are free all restraints and restrictions, except such as the Constitution of the United felates has imposed npon each and all of the States.1 X ne passage will be found in Mr. Doug las speech of .February 23d, 1845, on tbe bills for tbe admission of Iowa and Flori da into the Union, as printed in the four teenth volume of the (rongressional (jlobe, page 284. Pike's Peak News. ST. JOSEPH, Oct. 2. Denver City dates to the 24th Septem ber have been received. The express only brought little over $1000 in dust; but much more was in the hands of the passengers. The coach met the officer with trordon, the murderer, 180 miles this side of Den ver. It is thought ho will be laken from the ands of the officer, before reaching that city, and hung. " Tbe citizens of Denver met in Mass Convention, on the 23d, and adopted a Provisional Gorernment, under which they hope in future to enjoy all the blessings a good government could afford. The elec tion of officers for tbe ensuing six montbs was to hare been held September 29th. A chunk of gold we'ghmg f 191 is re ported to hare been taken from the Amer ican gulcu on tbe bead waters ot tne clue river, ine said guicn is saia to oia iair to rival tbe celebrated Georgia gulch in the same neighborhood. . - A new silver lead bas been discovered on tbe dividins ridjre between the Arkan sas and Platte, which assays very much S"Tom Corwin in bis speech at Co lumbus said : 'Democrats think Washington did not understand the genius of the whites and blacks. When he wrote that letter ex pressing the hope that slavery might soon disapdear out of the land, he did nt know what he was about, lhe Urealor bad a private understanding with Adam, when he sent Jiim a drift from the Garden, telling him that in sorrow be should eat bred earned m the sweat of his brow, tnat he would provide a nigger to swet for him jCSTOne of the immediate effects of tho visit and speech of Gov. Seward at Kala mazoo, is the couversion to Republicanism of Alexander Henderson, one of the oldest and most iufluentinl Democrats of Allegany county. Two years ago be was candidate for Sheriff, and ran very far ahead of bis ticket. . He is now one of the Census Mar shals, and a delegate to the Douglas Coun ty Convention, which meets this week. . Connecticut. The Bridgeport Farmer has put up the Breckenridge and Lane ticket. The six old and reliable Democratic papers in that State now support Breckenridge, leaving for Douglas only the two new papers, one in Hartford and one in New Haven, which hare been schismatic from their birth. As general remark, the Breckenridge and Lane, men in ; Connecticut comprise ' the most substantial and reliable, as well as the largest portion of tbe Democracy of the State. ' AxoTnEB. Outrage in ITkwpobt. On Satur day last, says the Cincinnati Commercial, "a Re publican pole was raised iu Newport, amid de- nuncianons aire ana lernuie. jne incKury thus impudently erected on Ike sacred soil of Kentucky, could not be suffered to rear on high its execrated bead, Martyrdom was threatened, by fire and axe. To resist this threatened at tack, the stick was cased in sheet Iron, and thus matters rested over Sunday. But all day long, yesterday, the pent up wrath of the "valiant" was np to fever heatiad by half-past ten o'clock ia tbe evening, a company of thirty-five bipeds marched to the offending timber, ripped np its iron jacket, ent it down, broke it in pieces, and lighted a huge fire around the stump. These valiant Tonus gentlemen kept their courage np by calling on their patron saints, Bell and Doug las. Not content with the exploit, they must stone neighboring German, "who remonstrated with them. It is said that "the blood of the martyr is the seed of the church;" if this be true, we may ex pect Republican poles to spring up in Newport, like mushroom after a thunder shower." The Commercial states that the Republicans in Newport are near 300 strong, and that on con sultation ob the subject of making war on the mob, it was concluded to be not worth while. Bolting. We learn of several influen tial Democrats in this vicinity, wbo were supposed to be for Douglas, but wbo have recently declared for Breckenridge. They are entirely disgusted with tbe domagogue isra of Douglas, and as there is no shadow of a chance of his election, they conclude to remain in the Democratic party, and support Breckenridge, who, though a South erner in sentiment, is an honest politician. Next to voting for Lincoln we think they have made tbe best choice. Elyria Dem. at A. the in : 3Tulir. Jones, have yon got a match f " "Yes, sir, a match for the old boy. There she is mixing dough." Jones pointed to bis wife, and then slid from tbe front door. The last we saw of Jones he was "kiting" it down the road, hotly pursued by a red-headed lady with a cistern pole." RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Z. & C. R. R. Trains leave ItUlerebnrg: Express ...5:20 A. M AccomiDodatioa - .. .12:40 P. M. Ajrire at Millcnsbure: Acoommadation 227 P.M. Express ...104 P.M. PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. GOING WEST. Fast Express ... .. Mail Express Passenger ..5:55 A.M. ..2:35 P. If. ..6:02 P. M. GOING EAST. Mail Fast Express Exress PaAenger....... . .9:21 A. M. ..3-.00 P. M. ..90 P.M. "JUST THE THING!" A rjroininent nhvs- saidof Dr. WiIsod's Pills: If my patient re quired an aperieat. Wilson's Pills were just the thin" 1 wanted: if he suffered from Dvsoepsia. Acidity of Stomach. Cosrivencss. or fnac UvitV of Liver, Wilson's Pills were just the thing. Disturbance of the Circulatory Organs; Wilson s Pills wpre jnst the thing." See "Guide to Health." to he had gratis, from B. L. Fahnes stock & Co. No, 60 Wood Street, rittsburg. Pa. Sold by H. YERGIN and J. K. KAIFF.Mii lersburg.an'l merchants generally. THE GREAT HOLLAND REMEDY. noSRHAVE'S HOLr.AXD BITTKRS. Prrsom fob ject to nerrou or sick headache, will find Boerbaxe's "Holland Bitten ft rare, safe and pleaaaat remedy. It aoothefl the throbbing bead, corrects aridity oa the stomach, araista digestion, and createsa healty appetite. It is. without doubt, a most delightful preparation, and an efiectiul remedy. Tbe fcet that it is a rery popular medicine throughout all the Holland settlements iu Wis consin. New York, Jtirhisan, Illioou and Indiana, speaks much in its kror. See Advertisement in another col umn. - -i SPECIFIC ... joincopatl)ic Unnciues HAVE now been before the public for fire .rears, and have ererr where won golden opinions from tbe many thnununds who bare ned them. Simple, free from intricarr, technicalitr, or danger, they hare become the resource and aid of the parent, traveler, nane.or inralM. and have become the family physician and medical adviser, of thousands of families. So where have thev bpen tried without havimr been approved, and their highest appreciation is among those who nave Known wen. longest, ana most intimately. K. B. A full 9et of Humphrey's Homeopathic Speci fics, with Book of Directions, and twentr different rem edies, in large viald, morocco case, $5; ditto, in plain cae. $4; case of fifteen boxes, and Book. $2. Single boxes, 25 cents and 50 cents. Thene Iicmedies, by the single box or case, are sent by mail or express, free of charge to any address, on receipt oi tne pnee. .snores 1 F. HHI PURE YS & CO So.ho'Z BroadwavTew-York. Sold by H. TTEBQIN Miilersburg. Ohi March 22. 1&0 31 ' GOING EAST. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, Oct. 3, 1860. Flour 5,50.$6,00 Clovcrsecd.. . ... $1.00 Dnckwheat flour $ 1 50 Flaxseed f 1 .00 KycflourlHewt.$l,50 Timo'ydo $l,50(g.l,75 Wheat 90(31.00 Green Apples 50 Corn 3"l Dried Apples 75 Oats 20 Dried Peaches $l,r0 Rye 50 Smoked Hams 89 Hurley 6v(abv Smoked Shoulders Butter 12 Smoked Sides Eggs 10 Dreas-'d Turk $4$55 L.:ird 3 USE HAZLETTS Rheumatic Liniment. TOR Colic, For Piarrhea. I For Cholera Morbus, For Cramp, For Sprains, For Unlive. For Rheumatism, For Neuralgia, Internally and externally. For 1'aing and Aches, for lootliarhe, . For man and beast, " Use HazletCs Liniment. FOE. SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Are you Bilious? Do yon need a PhjMr, Take" the best. Take JTazlett's Cathartic Liver Pills. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Have you Ague or Fever? Have yon Headache? uavc yoa lost yoar Appetite.' Does your back or bones ache: Are yon sick; Take HazletCs Cathartic Liver Pills. Are yoa Bilions? DoyonneedaPhysic? , Take the Rest, Take HazletCs Cathartic Liver Pills. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Von Humbolt's German Bitters, For Drspepsia, For Sick Ileadache. r For Fever and Ague. ror j a una ice, For Low SpiriU, For Dubilitr. For Weak Female For Opptession of the Stomach. For Faluitation of the Heart . For Weak Kerven, Uie Von Humbolt's Celebrated German Bitten . . FOE SALE AT THE BOOK STORE.' Auk 9, I860 v4n33. V-PILLS X never failing Antidote fur Sick IItt- acba, UyiqieptOa, Forer and Ague, rer Complaiut, Costneness, Biliousness, Konralsla, Colic, Peprared Appetite, Disci Bead the testimony of GOV. WISE, Ya. "WiLam'8 Pills are a'safa and most useful Ihmily Fnudy tar Constipation. and affections at the Digest! Organs. Tor Headache they ! prored them- selTM a specific." Bead the testimony of GOV. JSSQ, Ala. "I would not be without Wilson's Pill for any price. For Indigestion aud Head ache, I diride a PiU and take the halt; it gires Immediate relict? Sold by Druggists Dealer ersryvlian. PKKPARED BY . B. L. FAHNESTOCK & CO. Importers & Wholesale Druggists Ho. 60, corner Wood and 4th Sti. PITTSBUROrl, PA. t sou mnmH of - T." qB. L. Fahnestock'sVermiftjge.0 Sold by II. VERGIS and J. K. BUFF, MILLRRSBURO, OHIO. Aiur. 30, I860. v5n2. -t ROAD NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be pre sented to the Commissioners of Holmes eoonty, O., their next session, to be held at the Auditor's office of said Holmes county, on the first Monday of December, D. 1860, at 1 o'clock P. M. of said day, praying for establishment of a county road, to commence on the Bolivar road at the aouth east corner of the south-west quarter of section number twenty-eight, township num ber fifteen, range number twelve' ia Saltcreek township, said Holmes cflunry, thence to run east on the section line, or as near therto as a good road can be made, nntil said road shall intersect tbe public road between Middle town, in said Holmes county, and Uaysville, in Wayne county, and there to stop. Sept. 18, I860. w. Bridge Notice. THE Commissioners of Holmes county, Ohio", will meet at the following places to contract for the build ing of Bridges. At Abncr Max well's Saw-Mill, in Berlin township, on Wednesday, October 10th, at It o'clock M. . . . Near U. Sowash's saw-milt in Hardv tnwnshln. nn Thursday, October 11th, at 10 o'clock A. M. At the linage noose uxlora in Kill buck township, Thursday, October 11th at 1 o'clock P. If. ny oruer oi toe commissioners, a.F.NKWTON,Co.Au4. Sent. 10, 1800. , , v- if OWtmetlons, c ts cts. , -r THE TRADE OPEN!; ; : J. CHKllItYlioLMii.S, If now rerrivinglii FALL SUPPLY OF MERCHANDISE, whi.h u the largea trk ever brought to this place, and is You can find at THE CHEAP STORE J. CHEURRYIIOLMES, si , -1 ureat nar I X ga m OXt33 SS QOODS ! CHERKYflOLMKS has GtiDD BLACK SILK-' AT AT 75 C ENTS PER YAI1D CIIERRYHOLMES has ;. 1 AT From 15 Ccnlsto 12,00 per Yard- CUEHUYUoLUF-S lis ALL-WOOL DE LAINES AT AT FK0M31 lo 50 CENTS FEU YARD. CHEKRYHOLMES kw The Largest Lot of SHAWLS in Town. And Very Cheap. Stella Shaicls for $1,50 to $j,00. CHKKKYHOLMES kus WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS JACONETS, Edging, Inserting. an TVtuto Flouodug of aJl kinls. CIIEIIKYHOHMES has A Big Lot of DRESS TRIMMINGS Cheap Velvet Ribbon in Urge quantities. ' GLOVES, HOSIERY. IIOODS COAIKOKTS, At IiOeV Prices. . ClicrrvliI:r.i'a liss great bargains in a - A fjougbt direct from tlte importer, without hrea!iiu package. It will jiny you to break np your old dishes and buy new ones, CHEAP. WOOLEN GOOttS, In larRC qunnti:irs at CIIERKYUOL1IES' READ! READ! READ! Cloth?, CnsMrnerop, Yetirifrs, Overcoating, Tireeds, kc. iu large quantities mud at extra low prices. jrlj-He hi secured tle nerrice. of a jrood and em hJ experienced TAILOR, to make Clothing.4 EASTER EAXIEI. Book, Shoes, Lealhrrr anil Grocre of oil k'unl. JAVDli UtililiKlllULJlKS. Sept. 6, 1SU0 t53 W. P. ELLISON". M. B. UnSlI.VA. ELLISON & DeSILVA, FBOPRIETOES OP THK Ellison House, Jackson St ret , MILLEItSKURG, OHIO. MATHEWS' Celebrated Venetian To Le used either with or without accompanying . Preparation. . . ( T 1:13 is confidently recomo.cn' led m the host ot its class. 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Any nhade, from a light bron to a iet-blatk, may be obtained at wiiL Okay hair wny be ntorcd to its original color, and kttD or imm bair may be mauc to mau n miy aarfc snaoe. ine conr pro duced is as nerntancnt a t he hair itself it will not fade. wash ocT or crock; and tbe hair retains it soft and natural apnenmn.-c. Ample directions accompany each bottle. PRICB.50 UliJN ,i'fc3. ' For sale at tbe Book Store, MILLERSnURG. OHIO. 8ept. S, 18TO 3 Fashionable Tailoring'. XT "WElSrDERSOIsr ha opened a Tai h'r hoi in Uie rooms heretofore occupied by the Font Olhce ncre he is prepared to on work lo oroer oa abort notice, ao will be tn receipt of the LATEST FASHIONS From the Eastern Cltifs. All work will be under his immediate supervision and will be WARRANTED to Fit and not to Kin. Hi prices will be reasonable. irF"Ashar of public natronace Is re.ixftfa Mr solici ted. N.HENDKRSON. Upring of 1800 n3T MAP OF HOLMES COUNTY. THE undersigned are prcparinn publish on subscrip tion, by authority of tho Countr Commissioners, a new and anmpleto Map of Holmes Conntr, on a scale snmciently larire (160 poles to the Inch) and desired to show all the towm-llni. ranircs. oriirin.il sections. and Bombers, annrtei-aertiou, and the subdivisions thereof snowing oonnnnrr lines, shape and Ineamr oi an larms, with the nnmlier of seres snd owners names distinctly engraved therein; toother with the roads and principal sirrains. ami the locality or Mills, l'uun vs,.-irnoois, Villaires and noted nliu'PK oouentllv. Also, on the nulr- gin of the map. a complete anrl separate pint of the ra rious towns and Tillngi-s within the county, on an en lareelscale. showing the different lots and streets, and the number and names thernf: with a noisiness ntreeto rjr for the benelit of those wbo subscribe in advance for a copy, with various other statistics, calculated to iwld to tho interest of the work. Tho whole to be neatly en graved and printed on heavy canvassed paper, mounted, colored anil alascd in handsome map order, and delivered to subscribers at the rate ol live dollars per copy. Jl. r . All.l.". uu.ii.in-i, . 8-rH I'earl SU, New York. Address A. r. JAMK8, Ajent, Miilersburg, O. Aiig.W, 1860-3 , .. plS EVEELT. ECKEL k CU .,, Cart pf Are now Receiving j H Ml TIIEIU fl . f I'm IVsW Goods, B ... ifiuLa '"'iSf a itint Pry i.omls. .tnotr H ' a McIiEA'S 8TRE2CGTHENXNG BLOOD , PURIFIER. More taking. ifttr tttinj. The (.rratrxt Remedy ever knovm. This coi snal is distilled from a Wrr known onlv to rnrself. auuehemk-slly cemhined with some of the 'most ralua l.aeiuinal roots, herhs and barks known to the mini frnm. vis: Bl.iod Root, Blnck Kont, WiU Chprry Hark. ,.llow Dock, Dsnh-lino. Sarsaparilla. Elder i lexers, with others producinc the most infalUlle rem edy for the restoration or h alth ever knon. It is na- tnrs.nsn rtmedr. curietr disease by natural laws. Wen tikcn. its influence is felt eonsin tbroorh ererr veinot the body, pm ifyinjt and reelerat'mt the cireu lation of the blood. It neutralizes any bilious matter in the stomach, ana strengthens the whole organisation. McLean's Strenglkcning Cordial, Will effectually enr? I.ivt-r Cuwtfaud, Dyxpfpkia, Jaundice-, Chronic or -Vcfwi!. Debility. Dica& of the Kid rit, and all Dixeatrs arising from a ditordcrcd Li r cr o.SSUmach, Hfrart'unrn, Ti.wurd Piles, Aridity or Su-knes or the .toniarlit Fullness of I!Ioid to the Head. Poll Pain or Switiuuiiisf in the Jlead, Palpitatiu of the Heart, FitU ness or Weight in the stomach, Soar ractatiou lioakinjr orSulfiieatinp Feeling when 1 inpr down, Irry-ne-e or S'ellawx.ess of the Skin and Eres. Nibt Sweats, Inward Fevers, Pain in the Small of the Bnrk, Chet or Si iv, Su-Wrn Flushes of Hrat, Dcpredsion of 8f irits, Kriifh tfiil irfnis, I.anruor, Despomleucy or any Ner vons li-rast. Srr-s or itlotchfs n the Skin, and Ft-ver and Am. (nr Chills and Fever). It will also cur Hs 'ases t.f tin- UU-Uerand Wimttt, Mtob aSein;(l Weak n ss. Jn--oi.timiire of the frine, Stransuary. InHamina tion or Wiakmss of the Wumb or Bladder.' Whites. Arc. There is no Mistake about ItvY ThU Corlial Kill never fail to cure any of the shore i!LrtaM; if t.tkina per directions on each bottl, ia ;-rman, English and French. OVER A BULLION OF BOTTLES Have Wen sold during the la.it nix month, and in no instance ha. It fhiltd iu jfirinir enire Mttif action. Who, thru, willsiitTcr from we;tknesc or deuilttr, vbea Mc- lau! Strengthening Cordial will cure yuur TO THE LADIES. Do you wish to be healthy and stronr? Tlfes-oat nnce.and vtsoiuc of Melon's CordUL It will stn-njrth- en and invor.te your whole .ystein, causing a healthy and paie rircuUition of Mood to flow through everr vem. an! the rich, ro5y tlooni of health to tuoant yuur fhetk aptin. Ei cry btttlr isairaned to gire sal is (action. . FOE CHILDREN., We iy to parents, if your children are sickly, t'liny, oradrirttnl witit ciniplainU prevalt-nt au-wg chitdren, ;ivr thorn a f-maSl uuanHty of Mcican'a Coniul. and it will make them healthy, fat, and robust. Petty not moment, try it. and yoa wiH iK-tonnn.eii. It is Delicious to Take. C.rToT- Beware 'f drnevit or dealers wlw may tontlin niMtn yon aome Hitter r Sarsapanlla traab. wliicli tlx-ycnu buy cheap, by paying it is just as good. Avt.i.l Mich men. Ask for McLean's Strengthening Cor dinl, and tike nothing else. It ia tbe only remedv that will (nirily the Mood thonnjghJy,ftnd at the euud U f(trenathen the system. Oi:c tablvsiioonfiil taken everr morning fastinir. is rertain pr.tvi-ntire for Cholera, Chills and Ferer, Vel low ri-vir. or any preralent dist-aiw. It t put up large bottleit. Prijeonlv $1 pertottlp.or6ootfle8for$.'i. j. h. Mclean. - . 1 Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also 3lcl.ran oleanic Oil Luumrat Print i;til Depot on the corner of Third and Pine Sts, s?u i.oius, Ji. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. 77c BcU Linimad in the World The oxlt safe and certain care fur Cancer. Pileo, Ta mers. Swellings, and Bruncbele or Ooitn, PanUvsia, eurai"ia. feaKnei i in mbmioi. unronie oria- t la minatory Rheumatism. HttiTneiw of the JointnT Com tRtcteii iiuxcicpor Ji(rameiitii. Juaracno, tirujseK, ftraius, wo mn in, i rvaa luit titers, rever aores, cakcu nreasts Sore Nipple, Burns. Scalds, Sore Throat, or any In tlatainntimi or Pain, no dilference how seresv, or how lung the disease may Lave existed. UcLjuj.' Cele- bratki Limmkxt a certun rc incur. Thonsiintls of human beiu-rv hare been sared a life of ilecrepitude and mitry by the use of tub. lnvnlaabli meOK-ttie. . McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment Will relieve pain almost instantaneously, and it will cleanse, pnruy. ana ncai luc tuuic.st son-it in an increni- biy nort tune. - For Horses and other Animals, McLean celebrated Liniment is the only safe and re liable n-medv ftr the cure of S Darin, Kins Bone. W lnu- galls. Splintit. 1'nnatural IjimpH, Nodes or Swellings It will uevir Ciil to cure li Head, Poll-evil, Fistula, (dd Ivuntting Skics or 13 ween v, if proneTlv applied. For flnrains. Bruises. Scratches. Cracked Heels. Chafes. Sad dle r Colbir ijalls. Cats. Sores or Wouuds. it is an infyl- lible remoly. Apply it as directed, and cure is certain in every instance. Th.-n triile no Icngerjntlie the many worthless I.ini raeuts o IT. red to you. "obtain a sujiply of Dr. ilcLcau'i tctciraiiteU Liniment. It will cure yon. J. II. McLKAN, Sale Proprietor. Corner of Third and Pine Strw, St Louis, Mo. . -II. l'KUGIX9 Asrnr, MILLEIiSB CRG, OHIO. Jnlv 12. 1SC0. v4n47 - V " : IN'oticc. D.VVID Fislier, Kcsiah Myers and Henry .lver her husband, Rachfl Fisher, Anna Fisher' Hamet I'lbiits, Ljcurgiw I'l'outsAdelale rfoiiln, Adeline I'tonlii, (.ntlierine Aliexel and William Jliexel her husband. A line 1'rbnts.Dnvid Pfmif. Etltrnrd Dnwcll. William Pfonts. Keu 1h n i'loulK, Caroline Beiiller and Siunaei Beid- ler liiisiTOid, Alfred l'funts, Jnhn rfoiits sua Anne I'tiiuls will take notice, thai a petition uras tiled against them, on the third day til Sep tember. A. IsbU. in lhe Court ot Uomiuon I'leas. within and for the county of Holmes, and State of Ohio by Henry l'arker and Kebecca 1 arker. Ins vile, -wherein tue said petitioners demand partition of the fallowing teal estate, to wilr lying ami beinzin said ilolines Uounty , beinc the auuth-west quarter of section thirty- live, Township fifteen, aud ltange eleven; ako Kirt of the south-east quarter of section tliirty funr in said Township and Range. beginning at a post ou the north bank of the creek, on the line between saiil sections iturty-iour anu iiurty-nve, thence sixteen perches to the south-east corner ot saul soutn-east quarter oi section tnirty-iour, tlience west forty-six perches, to i post on the norlh bank of said creek, tlience north-easterly along the bank of said creek with the meander' ings thereof to the place of beginning, contain ing three seres more or less with all the waters and water privileges thereof, and the privilege of claming lhe water m Apple ureeic as nisn as it was on' the 23d day of August A. D 1833. Also part of the smith-east quarter of said see' lion thirty-tire, beginning at the south-west corner ( said quarter, thence north eleven chains and Iwcnty-nve nuoureutns, tnence east nine chains, thenee eleven chains and eighty-eight hundredths of a chain to the south line of said nunrter. thence east five chains to the place of beginning, except so much of said smith'west au;irter of section thirty -we, aescriora as nil- Iowh, commencing at the Borth-east corner of said Quarter, thence south eleven chains and hl- ty hundredths, thence west ten chains, thence north eleven chains and tifty-buudrcdlbs,thcnce east ten chains to the place of beginning, and except the following described pieceyto wit: be ginning at a post on tho line betweea said sec tions thirty-tour and thiriy-nve, twenty eight perches norlh of tlia south-west corner of saia souiu-west quarter oi sccrion tniny-nve, thence north tony perches to a post, thence east twelve perches to post, thence south nrty perches, thence west twelve perches to the place of beginning, and that, at the next term of said court, an application will be made for an order, that partition may be mane of said premises. BARCROFT fe VOOJIHES, Sept. 3d., 1S60-3w6. Attys. for Petitioners. ? r, Notice to Teachers. ; milE Board of School Examine within and for the J. eonnty of Holmes, will hold meetings in the town of Ulllershnr n tho lRlh dsv of Anmst. Rtk day of Sep tember. 29th dav of Uaoteniber, and on the S7th day of October. A. D. I860, for the examination of applicants aa teachers of Common Schools. '.,... X. B; Noippllcanta admmen alter ren o cioc a. a. " , KOBEKT JUSTICE, tlerk. Ann. S. 18.. 0IME INSTITUTE, CANONSBUEGH, PA., For Young Ladies. P.UIEXTS who have daughters to edncat. will Ploase observe that v. .. . $145, OO IS ADVANCE, riTl psv for Board, Tulllon. frepiUr eoorse.) Pew rent Wiu-liinilo tbe amount of 30 Uoa.,anu nre.i. (neaoove Institution one year. Ollrta J. FreiM-h. arcU 13, llf.0. SO rMncinat. BBICK! BRICK! THK undersiirned respectfully inforai th. public that they have now ready mr delivery at their jard, ! of mile north of Uillersborg, a largt.lot of EXCELLENT BRICK. TIiot an constmatly tTHimifiirttirtnT and Uierefore ca iapV'J n.T quamitj torn may n niid mr. Ang.&alSSO-Wtf ."; ( CHARLES SCHBUCDER WCORDIAl Jf , 1 - BGERHAVE'S r: HOLLABD BITTERS roa . Liver Compralat, Fever and Ague, &.c The successful intrsUuction and use of this celebrated Remedy has been tbe signal for a lireral flood of compuurHls called "Bitters," offered ia Tarioss fonna, from a iurt bottt. to Ave gallon, keg-, until this word - Bitters " ia but another nam for "grog,"' or some villainous whiskey mix ture, m 1 - But the really great relief derived from the minute dos ma teaspoonfui, of our medidoe, r ,, , BCERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS, 'And Ok eniirt rnxna of after proration, hat establislK-d lor it m reputation wmcn ine inws vi ouihub terfeita have failed to undermine. It is positively a t cipv table preparatiosi, with barer saSdaat pur spirlu to But she sin of Bm gemiiia) (Half Pint Bottles,) prW One Dollar. j . - It is a medicine of long tried efficacy for Pwrifjing tie Blood, so essential for tbe foundation of good health and for correcting disorders of the stomach and bowels. , Two or three doees will convince the afflicted of its salutary effects. The stomach will speedily regahi its strength, a healthy action of the liver, bowel and kidneys wQl soon take place, and renewed health be the quick result -For Indigestion,' - Try Bttrtave'i Holland Bitters. For Heartburn.,' Try Barhave'i Holland Bitten. For Aoidity, -: j ) , . . : -. . , Try Birrkave'i Holland Bitten. X" or aierDrasn, Try BsrbaTe'i Holland Bitters. For Headaohe, .. , Try Bsrhave'i Holland Bitters. For Lrf( of Appetite, - : try BwhaTe'i Holland Bitters. For Costi-v-eness, ., Try Bdrhare's Holland Bitters. r or fues, Try BocrliaTe'i Holland Bitten. In all Kerrons, Rheumatic and Kearalgie ASee- tions, it has in numerous instances prored highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided core. BEAD CABEFTLLY! ' The genuine nighty eooeeutrated Brerhave'a Hc4Iand Bitters is put up In half-pint bottles only, and retailed at One Dollar per bottle. The great demand for this truly celebrated Medicine has induced many imitations, which the public should guard purchasing. . Bmoare of impontMn that frmmtu aa flWIoio! e twry boUU you buy. BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO. . wee raoparETOBS,' ' . .' . ; PITTSBURGH, PA. Sold by H. Yergln and J. K. Raiff, MILLEIiSB VUG, OHIO. J Septembar SIX, 18G0. ' ! .' ' . v ' . , . HEA.3 WHAT THE PEOPLE SAT. ' Trie andcrimeil havinr osea ProfMmr HCMPHEK YS SPECIF10 UOMiEOPATUIC RKMED1E6 in our btaiBc with the most satisfactory resulu, an4 having full confi- Mspa In Uwttr dnniiMMeoi Vuiritv nil ftaiei-w ohaapA-.ller recommend tliem to all persons irho wish to hare safe, n Kable, and efficacious remedies at hand for private or do mestic use. . . - -t The Ker. Wm. Ho8mert-Titor of "The Northern Indc penlent,, Auburn, N. T.; the Re. EL H. Cressev, D.D., Rector of St. Peter's Church. Auburn. N. T. ; the Rer. B. I. Ives, Chaplain of the Aubnra State Prison ; the Rev. Spencer M. Rice. Rector, New-Bed ford, Mass. ; the Rev. Alien Steele, New-York Conference ; the ReT. S&muM Nichols, East-Genesee Conference. N. T. the Rer. P. Pratt, Dorset, Vt. ; the Rer. John K. R.b.e, Batalo ; A. C Hart, Esq., Utica, N. Y ; the Hon. Neat Dow, Portland, Me. ; the Hon. Schnrler Colfax, Soufh-Bemtt Ind. ; the Hon. George Humphreys, N. Y. ; Henry D. Cook, Esq., Editor of The Ohio State journal, Columbus, Ohio; the Hon. S. IL . Graham, Bloline, 111.; the Hon. Thomas J. Chase, Monti ceilo, Fla. ; the Hon. Joseph Benedict, Utica, X. Y. ; Wm. Bristol, Esq., Utica, N. Y. ; A. & Pond, Esq., Utica, N. Y. James Plunkett, Esq., Nasbrille, Tenn. , , , , -i J .XISt OF SPECIFIC REMEDIES. . - No. ft For Worm Ferer, Worm Colic, Wettint? the Bod. No. S. For Colic Cnine. Teething, and Wakefulness of Infants. Ne. 4. For Diarrhea. Cholera Infanram. ant Saaumct Complaints. - no. a. or itic, unpinffs, uysentery, or moody rinx. No. C. For Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Vomiting. J No. 7. For Couchs, Colds, Influenza, and Sore Throat. '. No. 8. For Tooth-ache, Face-ache, and Neuralgia. No. 9. For Headache, Vertigo, Heat and Fullness of the Head. No. Iw DrsTVPSia Pills For Weak and Deranjred Stomach, Constipation, and hirer Complaint. No, 11. For rriiij laaxocXASRiKS, Scanty, Palnral, or Suppressed Periods.- - No. is. For ijeuoirnea. Fro rase Menses, and Beano ir Down of Females. No. 1. For Cronp, Hoarse Conjrh, Bad Breaaitng. No. 14 S ilt Rhkuh Pills For ErysipeUs, aVuDtiona. Pimples on the Face. No. 15. RaKoKATtc Pills. For Pun. Lameness, or Sore ness In the Chest, Back, Loins, or Limbs. A. For Ferer and Ague, Chill Ferer. Dumb Ague. Old Mismanaged Agnes. P. For Piles, Bund or Bleeftin internal or External, a For Sore, Weak, or Inflamed Eyes and Eyelids: Fail ing, Weak, or Blurred Sight. . F'r C.itnrrTi, of lor? standing or recent, either wICi ttr-ti'ti-m rtiue ilischarpe.- 'V. i'. Kr Wh'Kjpins Cough, abaturf its tiolence atd .uricnii;; iietmrie. , . Iu nit mte iri-ttraw, ' such a? Ferers, IntTammations, iarrltfR, lKrt.-i.tery, Crmiji, Khrnmatisni, and such orap ive Iwe;ies"as tnarkt. Ftvcr, Measles, and Erysipda, the i ivatairr of "ivins the nroner remeflies prumutlr is ob- vi h?s m all suck eases the specihes act like a charm. r.:e enure uuense is oiien arrestei at once, ana in an cases tlte rittcnoe f tlte attack b avderated. the disease short-. ened, and rvrtdertd less dangerous. Cuirlis aud Cul-ls. which are of such trenoent occur renee. -tn.l whi--h so oflvn lay the foundation of diseased hinfs. rr,mc)iitb and ouuumpiion, may ail be at once cured by he revcr and l ouirh rnlls. In nil rhroi.ic diseases, such as Dyspepsia, Weak Ptomarh, 'itMiimtion. Lira- Couinlaint. Piles. Female Debiutr. and irrt-rularitics, old Ilewlaches, iore or Weak Eyes, Catarrh. jsiit Kireum, and other old eruptions, Uie case bas specifics) vh'ttv pfxrr npftlr.it it m will aOortl a sure ra nimtw ciny iiftatu e. Often tlie cure of a single chronic dujtcnny, sucn is lKs;K;-i:i. Piles or Catarrh, Headache or Female Weakr nrss Uns more than aid for Uie case ten times orer., . . PRICE. .syl ; ir of tu-iIs compute, in morocco, and Book.. ...... $5 .'wr of t riaN, snd Roof, plain 4 ':txer 15 numbered boxes, and Book. :i!r or (i boxes, numbered, and Book......... l iiL-ir tiiiiuiMrrci ose, with directions. ...zO oents. K'ttercd bxe, with directions.. .50 cents. ire cade of t ox, rials, for planters and physicianl...$lft 'X ALSO SPECIFICS. , - , - F. Asthu i oa PiiTtiistc Oppressed. Difficult. Labored lli-emlt-u?, attended with Cough and Expectoratton. Price, Hi rrtrt- jH-r box. Km r, uich kgrs xxv Dsrsm Discharrs from tne Ear, the result of Scarlet Ferer, Measles, or MercwrisJs. ror Nvbe in the Head, Hardness of Hearinfr, and Ringtnf in the Era, and Ear-ache. Price, 50 cmts per box. Vtm fVamin. Eniarre! Glands. Enlarred and Indurat ed ToitMht, wellincs and Old Ulcers, Scrofulous Cachexy of ChHdrrn. Price. 50 cents per box. r r.Mnu DcniLrrr. Phrncal or Nerroos Weakness. Kiher the result of Sickneas, Excessirs Medication, or Ss haitsitttii: DtJKhairn. Price, 6" cents per box. Ft Ihtowv. Fluid Accumulations, lumiuoweuiuss, wnc. Scnntv Aeretion. Price, iM) cents per box. Kir tJRA-Sicicxcssi Deathly sickness, .erugo, r.ause. r.uiltn.c Sckness from nding or moUoo. Price, 00 cents Foa I Rix.iRT iiiss-tse- ror vrsm, nenw .wira, vtoa ..It. pniuful Urination, Diaeascs of the Kidneys. Price, 3 1rcitJ p?r box. vor svwfN.i. Emisbiows. Innduntarr Dwchartes and Consequent Prostration and- Debility, Bad Results of Krtt Habits. Tie most suocessfu. and emrient remedy known. and m.i'y be relied upon as a cure. Price, with fuU dirsc tlns, 1 per box. Persons who wish to place menw.Trs u k-" i !, mi Pratt HrorsRtYS. can do o, t. his oflica 503 Broadway, daily from A.M. to S P.M. r y letter. u OUR REMEDIES J lok or.r the Hut; wiake nt " mi J Hie ns ; mas. or a-lnr tlx amo.ua i a eamat note or aps r a.l.irrss, at No. .'J BroaUway, Kcw-Xork, iue iU b duly ninrnwl by man or express. cboow, ami ItH'h bv mail to our i vul the mcsiiciue i 'rKNTSrt.NTKD. Wedesire an actirt, eflkieot Areas 'ni-1 he xW of t.nr KemeHi in erery town or community in the raited Stall. A'Mrrm IW. w. HI "PHRKYs m Co. ' . PK tla MIU'"1I .stW'IVUs AGENTS. . H. YERRIN. Millersbnrp. WM. BEERBOWER. Fmrerieksborg. Ul K VtS.2i KU. 111. HaUv. Marrh 15, 1880 SO DISOLUTION. mBI ennartarrhlD hsrstnfcr. iHff OKtarthss J.aa4stvleol Wsston Sjmnslfr. ia tills day 4sslvsl by aiutual consent; Mr. Spauglvr retiring bom the era crrn. R. S. Weston is authorised t wiHrrt all dnn t th. Armor Weston a Spangler and par all debts of th. s WESTOX k SPANULEK. Hinersl.arj, July S4, 1S0. LOST. ON the 20th of Anjrast. 1H60, a In Detached Lew Hunting Case Silver Watvh. any person InJia said Watrh and leaving It at the Jewelry Store of ). U Cook, Xlllersborg, or with the Owner, shsll be suitably Sept. , 18S0. 1 ' f?i f"m'' '" " vv "ijiia