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Treason at the Capital.
From proofs in' our possession, we are forced to tbe conviction that President Buchanan is unfathful la the Union, and indirectly, if not directly conniving at tbe treasonable projects of the crack-brains of South Carolina. We feel authorized to state at facts: 1. That tbe garrison at Fort Moultrie las been allowed to run down to sixty-two men, including sick, cooks, prisoners, dec- leaving, with tbe officers, but fifty men to defend tbe post. . 2. That even these few men are insuffi ciently supplied with ammunition and pro visions. 3. That Colonel Gardner, an openly de clared secessionists, is ilia commanding of ficer. ' ' 4. Tbat Fort Sumter and Castle Pinck ney have no garrison, though conUiioing large quantities of arms and public proper ty. 5. That an officer of the State Depart ment declared, in September, openly to tbe people in Charleston who questioned him on tbe subject, tbat Mr. Buchanan would not attempt coercion ;n case South Caroli na would secede, but would withdraw the troops from Fort Moultrie, declare Charles ton no longer a port of entry, and station a revenue-cutler off the mouth of tbe har bor to blockade it a notoriously useless act, as tbe first storm would drive ber into tbe haibor under tbe guns of the forts, to become an easy capture. 6. That although constant representa tions have been made of the defenceless state of the for's and the urgent need of more men, a large body of recruits were a few days since sent to Texas, leaving the depots here destitute of men to meet tbe sudden emergency. 7. Tbat under the pretence of guarding against any attack by a foreign fleet, in case our interference in Mexico should cause a collision with any European power, re pairs of Fort Moultrie have begun, which required part of the walls on tbe laud side to be torn downand the guns oil that side to be dismounted, so tbat there is no obsta cle to prevent a mob from entering tbe foit in half a dozen different places. 6. Tbe accumlnlion of thirty thousand stand of arms and large quantities of am munition in the Arsenal in the city of Charleston, without any guard whatcrver over them an open invitation to the dis affected to help themselves. We submit these facts, which are suscep tible of confirmation from other sources, with the single remark tbat the President must take the chief responcipility for wbnt- ever occurs at Charleston in conflict with tbe federal authority. Having taken no Ipeans to defend, lue property of the gener al government, and having placed arms and ammunition to a large amount in tlie bands of what is notoriously an insurgent population, without guard or protection of any kiud, be has exposed himself to the just suspicions of inviting treason in others, if Dot projecting treason himself. N. Y. Pott. Tbe Post might have added to this tes timony tbe fact that Mr. Buchanan keeps in his Cabinent men who have openly fa vored secession, and of course has such men as advisers in his Cabinet councils. The latest telegraph from Washington says : Ko apprehension exists in official quar ters tbat any effort will be made to seize the forts or other public property in the South, as no such movemeuts would be tolerated by tbe authorities of the Slates in which they are located. Tbat is a cool way of surrendering every Federal gnu into the hands of tho conspir ators, or this secession movement is in fuel a movement made by the State authori ties themselves and to those authorities will Mr. Buchanan have the defence of Fedfal Forts. Burned to Death on the Prarie. Tbe Iowa Advocate of the 1st inst. brings the melancholly news of a calamity which befel tbe family of Mr Daniel Swear ingen, recently from Tuscarawas- county, Ohio, while on the way to his farm near Fort Dodge. They went overtaken by fire on the prairie and fo suddenly that Mrs. 9nd four children were laterally roasted alive in the wagon, and Mr. S. was terribly burned. The Advocate says: Without other warning than a moments sensation of beat as felt through the cover of the wagon in which tbew were all trav eling in fancied security they wereovelaken by fire on the prairie. Before any meas ures could be taken for protection, the wagon cover was in flames. In a moment the beding and oiber inflammable material in tbe wagon was on fire, and before Mr. S. could make bis way out of the wagon through the flames, his clothing was on fire. Unfortunately as be fell out of the wagon, he was kicked by one of ihe horses, and for a time stunned beyond ability to help tbe others. He revived in lime to see his wife fall from the wagon, burned to death, and to drag from tbe flames one of bis children, already dead. Hisown cloth ing was burned entirely from his body, and be is severely burned especially in the head, face and bands. He is at present sight less, but hopes are entertained of his recov ery, and tbat his eye-sight is not destroyed. Two of the childrea were literally burned up in the wagon. Of one, nothing could be found but tbe skull; tbe others charred mass, in which was n trace of humanity left. . One of tho horses was burned to death in tbe harness; the other succeeded in freeing himself, but is badly burned. Tbe dead are Mary Ann, tbe wife of Mr. Swearingen, aged 30 years; Sarah Jane, Rebecs Ellen, George Dalton, and Snbrina, his children, aged respectfuly, eleven, nine, seven, and two years. The calamity occurred about seven miles northwest of this place on the Fort Dodge road, in a small basin, or commencement of a water channel.' '. Brrrrw.it Fsvn vw afrvatervtar rniTWTT. A Butter Fair was held at tbe Morrow Fair Grounds, near Mt. Gilead, on Wednesday of last week. . John C. Baxter offered the first and second premiums for the best lots of butter of ten pounds or upwards. First premium, a tea set worlh $15, and the second a tea set worth $10. Two hun dred and fifty dairies were represented at tbs Fair with lots of butter from ten to fiftv oonnds in all. more than fivn tlm-w.n1 poonde, a large portion of which judges regarded as a choice article. From two to tliree luotisiinu erons were present du rinrr I li ditv. and the fair, thu first of th first of the kind held in that part of the slate was a success, lbs entire amount of butter on exhibition was purchased by J. C. Baxter. arho onv tha above ntemi- - - a, i urns for tbe Cincinnati market, and will be snipped to j. ij. bourse. Spirit of Washington Letters. The telegraph letter to the New York World ssjt: - - WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. As exciting rumor prevailed this even ing, that Secretaries Cobb and Thomp son bad resigned their seats in the Cabi net. - Such an announcement is made in one of the evening papers, but I learn au tboritirely that they havs not resigned, and do not contemplate resigning at present. Secretary Cobb said, in the presence of several well known gentleman, yesterday, tbat newspaper articles attributing disun ion sentiments to bitn needed no denials. He teat for it. The President d iscoun tenances secession. - The rioters who broke up the furniture of tbe Republican wigwam, and smashed the windows and doors, the other night, numbered among tbem some of the (for merly) most respectable citizens of Wash ington. Tbey have been held for trial, The telegraph letters to the New York Tribune WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. The President is greatly embarrassed. The secedcrs know tbat if tbey wait till next 4th of March, it will be impossible to do anything, even in South Carolina. If they strike now, the President will be forced either to resign his office or to use bis official power against them, as he swore to protect the Constitution, which tbey vi olate by leaving tbe Union. ' lbs Constitution contained yesterday a strong disunion article, said to have been written by Howell Cobb s Assistant Secre tary. The President was immediately ap proached by a gentlemen of high standing, who expressed his unqualified indignation against his organ. This morning's Con stitution revokes the disunion article of yes terday, and comes out flatly, although a little twisting, iu favor of the Union and against secession. Mr. Howell Cobb, be ing thus rebuked, is said to have resigned his office. At least, thai is the rumor all over town this evening. The New York Times' telegraph corres pondent says: WASHINGTON, Nov. 8. "What's to be done V seems to be a puzzling question with tbe Administra tion and, strange to say, Mr. Buchanan still maintains an unbroken sileuce on the subject not even expressing an opinion to any member of his Uiibint. Gen. Lane, w ho ridicules the idea of se cession or disunion, bad a long interview this rooming with the Secretary of War, iu company with Gov. Stevens The Gen eral claims tbat a suspicion of secession is an imputation upon the intelligence of the Southern states. Arrival of the North American. QUEBEC, Nov. 12. The steamship North American from Liverpool Nov. 1st. via Londonderry 2d, arrived at this port at 6.30 p. m. Sunday. France. Formal naval and military preparations are going on, aud some wri ters construe the receut Council, of War al St. Cloud as a palpable indication of an eventful campaign. The Emperor on the 31st, reviewed 20, 000 men near Paris. Bivouacking and all the proceedings of a regular campaign were represented. Italy. On the 27th the Sardinian flo tilla was cannonaded by the Royalists, near Gaeta. The French admiral dispatched a frigate to stop firing. Admiral Bersono retired and returned to Naples, expressing regret at the conduct of the French. There was nothing as to Victor Eman uel's visit to Naples. It was denied that Austria had informed the European Cabinets of her intention to send au ultimatum to Turin. On the contrary, she had reiterated ber assurance of pursuing a purely defenseive policy. Count Riechberg had given explanation to the Diplomatic Corps, relative to the Warsaw interview. Austria put the three questions to Russia: (1) Will your govern ment recognizing the facts which have been or may be accomplished in Italy f (2) Should Austria be attacked by Sardi ua, and the latter supported by another great power, what would be their attitude? (3) In tbe event of another war and its being transferred to German Territory what would Russia do. .Tbe answeis are not given, but Count Riechberg stated thai Austria was about to issue a circular note to its representa tives abroad, giving ihe result. The Gertuan journals are unanimous in pronouncing the Warsaw Conference a failure. The Berlin National Gazette savs that at Warsaw not ihe slightest dem onstrations was made to the French pro gramme. Spain. Marshall O'Donneli in Corlez on the 29th, reiterated that Spain had re solved to remain neutral on the affairs of Italy. He also protested against the doubt ex pressed of the loyally of Napoleon to wards the Spanish government. Chin.i. The steamer Canada, which was conveying overdue China mails, met with an accident to her shaft. Great Britain. Admiral Sir Charles Napier had been seized with a suddeu and severe illness, and there was considerable anxiety as to his recovery. Parliament had been further prorogued from thj 6thdayof November to January 3d. Rarey had given at tlie Crystal Palace, a farewell demunslralsou prior to bis de parture to the United OLntos. Prince Metternich and Baron Hubexer were received by the Empress on tbe 28th. very active warlike preparations are go ing forward in France, but the Minister of Foreign Affnia had pronounced against France taking part in any new conflicts be tween Sardina and Austria. Prince Metternich had explained to tbe French government the present policy of Austria. Internal reforms would be car ried out in all sincerity, and as regards ex ternal matters she will maintain her de fensive policy. Tbe present armament and concentration of troops iu Yenelia has no other object than for a repelling army. -Austria considers the assemblage of a Congress useless unless the Great Powers agree beforehand on a comrnou programme, of which there is little likelihood. Liverpool Breadstuffs market generally 6teadv and ouiet. Richardson Spence & Co Wakefield fe Co., and others report flour opened dull, with quotations barely maintained, but closed turn at nwgtts. Wheat oiiiel but firm. Rd western lis 6d12s4d; Southern 12s6d18s, while 12-9d14s. Corn opened quiet, but closed with more firmness; mixed 58s9d39-; yellow 39 diJsOd ; while 4043s. W An old bachelor is a traveler on life's railroad who has entirely failed to mass ids proper connections. LIST OF PREMIUMS Awarded at the Holmes County Agricultural Society, held in Holmesville, October, 10th & 11th, 1860. Class A.—Blooded Horses. 3. PoqIsob Bets Stallion over 4 W. M. PouUob Best 2 year old Stallion P. McCulioogh Best Brood Mare C. LemmoB Best 3 year old Mara $4.00 1.00 2,00 2,00 Class B.—Farm & Draught. S. Charleton Stallion over 4 Geo. Aiarklpv 2d -S. Charletoy Stallion 1 year old Davis Hcdson 2d Elian Stacker Mare and Colt K. C. Cisaa 2d -Wm. Robinson Dranght Mare A. Lciumon Gelding over 4 Daris Hudson 2d Jno. Am&baugh Span Draught S. Cbarli-ton 2d -Samuel Lent iron Span tor all puipoies J. C. Haley 2d - " 4,00 2.00 1,00 50 2,00 l.OO 2,00 2,00 1.0U 4,00 2,00 4.00 2,00 Class C.—Roadsters. 4.00 2,00 A. Baker Span Matches S.Cole -2d - " John Kwing Driving horse J. Plank 2d " -Samuel Cole Under saddle S. LemmoB 2d 2,00 1,00 2,00 1.00 Class D.—Filleys. Samuel Cole 3 year old Gelding do do 2d " " Jac. Mast 2 year old Gelding Thomas Graham 2d Jonathan Poulson Spring Colt Wm. Sloan 2d " - 2,00 1.00 1,00 50 1,00 50 Class E.—Trotting and Pacing. John Wallick Trotting Win. Poulson Pacing R. C. Cisna Span Trotters 4,00 4.00 4,00 Class F.—Donkeys. Peter Painter Jack 2.00 2.00 Ohio Cul. Ohio Cul. Jas. Snyder Span Mules do do Mule Single J. C. Painter Mule Colt Class G.—Cattle. Cid. fc 2,00 1.00 1.00 2,00 1.00 1,00 OCrl. 1.00 1,00 O. Cul. O. Cut. 2,00 O. Cnl. 2.00 1,00 J. Jones Bull 3 years old O. Peter Painter 2 year old Bull Henry Croco 1 year old Bull do do Milch Cow D. L. Smilh 2d " Heorv Croco 2 vcarold Heifer J. M." Barnes 2d" P. Painter 1 year old Heifer ' I. Jones 2d "" - do Spring Calf H. Croco 2d " Lewis Crawlord Fat Cow Morehead fc McClelland 2d J. Morelaud Yoke of Oxen Lewis Crawford 2d " Clatt H. Sheep. Fine and Long Wools. Jno. Croco Buck 2 years old O. Cul. t 1,00 Jno. Miller 2d - 1 ,1)0 do do Buck 1 vear old 1,00 lV-ter Painter Buck Lamb 1.00 Jno. Crura 4 Ewes 2 years old 1,00 do do 2d - 1,00 S. C. Saddler 4 Ewes 1,00 Jno. Miller 4 Lambs 1.00 J. B. Painter 3 year old Buck O. Cul. & 1 ,00 Henry uroco " l,Ul) Class I—Swine. Wilson Gorrill Boar . - O. Cul. t 100 Henrv Croco 2d - , ... 1,00 C. 8.'8addlnr Litler Pigs 1.00 Lewis Crawford Fat Hog 1,00 Class J.—Poultry. E. Cutter Shanghais 50 do 13 rail mas 5U P. Shamp Dorkius, Phila. 50 H. Croco Pair Furkeys 50 f. Shr.mu Oeese ou P. McCullough Common Ducku 50 Class K.—Agricultural Implements, &c. M. Goon Reaper fc Mower O. Cul. fc 1,00 S. Charleton Grain Drill 1,00 J. Jonos Coin PlantT 1.00 Edward Wheaton Flow 1,00 Geo. WheatoB Hay and Straw Cutter 1,00 Si. Goon Evaporator, (model) au Class L. Mechanics. Jas. Freiich Two Horse Wagon Sam. McSulty Bureau 1,00 1,00 50 50 50 50 50 Jno Lindsey !edtead S. U. Utitter 1 air Uoz. JSrooms J. M. Barnes Set of Horse Shoes W. A. Sponsler Washing Machine W. Gorrill Cloth Rack Class M.—Domestic Manufactures Henry Croco Flannel Mrs. S. Charleton Wool Blankets Mrs. P. McCullosh Quilt 50 50 50 1,00 50 50 50 50 25 50 50 Mrs. Lewis Crawford Double Coverlet Mrs. P. Shamp Counterpane Jas. M. McCune Gents Shin Thos. Ewing Rag Carpet Mrs. P. Hammond Tabic Linen S.C. Saddler Tidv Mis. Juo. Gorrill Embroidery Mrs. Geo Whcalon Ornamental Quilt Class N.—Pantry Stores. 50 50 50 50 50 Henry Croco Butter do Honey E. Stucker Syrup Lewis Crawford Cheese D. .Nciswandcr Loaf Bread Tomato Preserves Apple " G P Livcnsberger Peach " 50 Pear " Quince " Lewis Crawford Apple Jelly 50 . Grape " 50 Geo Wheaton Plum '. 50 Currant " N Evans Apple Butter 50 Dr Hoy Catsup 50 D Neiswander Crackers 50 Mrs P Hammond Pickles 50 Wm Gorrill Pound Cake 50 G P Livenslierger Currant Wine 50 Dr. Hoy E. B. Wine 50 " wiia urape wine ou Class O.—Flour, Grain and Seeds. Morehead & McClelland Flour 50 Wm Todd White wheat. 50 E. Cutter Red wheat 50 D. Keiswander Corn 25 C. S. Saddler Barley 25 E. Cutter Buckwheat 25 WmTodd Timothy Seed "50 P. McCullou-'h Clover Seed 50 Class P.—Fruit. Wm Gorrill Collection of Apples' 50 ino. iroco minier iippics ou mo Gorrill Fall " 50 do C. Grapes 25 C. S. Saddler N. Grapes 25 Class Q.—Flowers and Ornamental Work. W. Robinson House Paint 50 H'm Gorrill Wax Fruit 50 Miss S. A. Wi.lgamot Skirt 50 Mrs Jno Gorrill Feather Flowers 50 G P. Livenshergcr Crayon Drawing 50 Ikiii. HobinsoH Vase flowers 9U G P Livensherger Oil Painting 50 James McCum Ornamental Basket 50 Class R.—Vegetables. P. M. CMeiillough Beets 25 Ed. Wheaton Irish Potatoes 25 E. Cutter Beans 25 Henry Crocco Squashes 25 Thomas Ewing Cabbage , 25 Daniel R. Wolgamot weet Potatoes S3 D. S. UHL, Secretary. Thb News iv Washington. The Star gives detailed accounts of tbe doings of the Federal Capital on tbe night of the elec tion. We quote : A large audience was assembled at the theatre last night with tbe double purpose, it was supposed, of witnessing ibe perfor mance and bearing the election returns. During the eveuing General Lane came in, and on passing down the aisle to the or chestra seats was loudly cheered. Among those present in the orchestra seats was Secretary Thompson and family, nnd sev eral accompanying ladies and gentlemen, all of whom seemed to lake much interest in the election returns as they wero from lime to lime announced from tho stage. The first of these announcements the partial success of the Fusion ticket in New York City was made by Joe Jefferson while peiforming tbe character of Simon Lullaby, and was received with loud cheers. Subsequent dispntchos were read by Jeffer son, Glenn, or Raymond, as they arrived. Breckeoridge, Bell, and New York Fusion successes were recflired with enthusiastic applause, while Lincoln majorities were generally hissed. On tbe announcement that nineteen wards in New York City had polled 49,000 majority for the Fusion ticket, a large portion of ihe audience rr-se to its feet, and for a few moments the whole interior of the building was a scene of wild excitement men loudly hurraing and swinging their hats, and the ladies par ticularly Secretary Thompson's parly waving their handkerchief with delight. ISTThe Syrian Relief Committee of JNew York have received 518,500 but now, just as winter is coming on, the relief is more needed than before, contributions are- falling off. Special Notices. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. C. 2. &. C. R. R- Trains leave Millersburg: Express 5:20 A. M. Accommodation 12:40 P. M. Ajrive at Millersburg: Acoommadaiion 257 P. M. Express 10:04 P. M. PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. GOING WEST. Fast Express 5:55 A. Mail 2:35 P. Express Passenger 6:02 P. M M M GOING EAST. Mail Fast Express Exress l':uwenger. ...9:21 A. M. ...3:00 P. M ...9:00 P. M. HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HAVE now been before tbe public for fire yrara, and hare every where won poliien oiiimons from the inairj- mousnntis wuo nave aeil thorn. Simple, free from iatrieaer. tihniealitr- nr dm wi ther hire becoxnt the resource and aiJ of the parent, traveler, nurse. or invalid, and hive bwomc the family pbysicinn and medical adviser, of thousands of families. Xo where have ther been tried without hsrioc been approved, and their highest appreciation is among those wuo nave snowo mem iougest. ana roftsi imiianteiy. N.B. A full iet of Humphrey's Homeopathic 3peci fics with Book at Directions, and twentrdi!lerentreai- cdie, in large xiula, morocco case, $5; ditto, in plain case, case 01 uneen uoxes, ana liook, J. Single boxes, 25 cents and 50 cent. . - These Remedies, by the single box or case, are sent by mail or express, free of charge to any address, on leceipi oi idc price. Acuresa 1 lr. 1. ISI.TIPHKEVS As CO. So.l62 Broadwiir, New-York. SoMbvH. YERGIN JUUersburg, Ohio, ilarch 22. Ih60-3i ' S sPersons of sedentary employments frequently experience a nun, nensanon in lue ncia, wmcn un;ns them for either 1-tbor or enjoyment. Wilson's Headache Pills area certain cure for ailed ions of this kind. The eiperionce of thousands who have used tbera for years, attests their excellence in all complaints arising from a disirdered stomach. They are prepared br B. L. FanXESTOCK & Co. Wholesale Druecists, and proprietor of B. L. Fahne- ctock's Nermifuge. Xo. 60, corner of Wood and Fourth Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa-, aud sold by II. Vermin and J. K. Kaia, ana merchants generally. rAeain another proof that BoskHAVE's Holuxd BiTTK&sis worthy of recommendation. The plain and nnnrht Mnrv Van SHcdrecht. daugh ter of Van Dyke, had last sprit)- m dargjrous fickneu, but ff'it so Ut well that she could leave hnr bed and be out of the doctor's treatment, but kept lingering on, so tbat she could get no appetite, andmutd not get strength enoogh to do her household work, till witbia a few weeks past. She used one bottle ot the Bitters, which. wun xne neip ot oo, nan given n-r urengtu, and sbe feels quite well: for which ber boshand gave me, the un dersigned, bis thank, for having rec mmended the Bit ters for his wife, and requested me to have the same in serted in the Sheboygan Niunwsbode." L. LODGE, Grand Rapids, Michigan. The above is a literal translation from the last un ru ber of the Sheboygan Xieawsbode. Marriage Notices. Blarriril. At the Ellison House, in Millersbnrjr, on Tliurwiav, Nor. Stllbv Her. U. J. KsisELT. Mr. J01AI1 HOCHSTETLERand MLs MAHY HOLDEKBACM. Marriage Notices. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, Nov. 14. 1860. Flour 5.50$G,00 Clovcrsecd . 55,12C Bnctwheatflour.$l! Flaxseed $1.0U Ryeflour $cwt, $1,50 Timu'y.io $l,7520fl Wheat 90(A$1.10 Green Apples 50 Coin 37 Dried Apples. Oats ; .au Dried Peaches. . . $2,00 Rye 50 Smoked Haros...8!) Barley 406U Smoked Shoulders... 6 Bmter 12 Smoked Sides 7 Ejjjs l2 Dressd Pork $45,25 Lard 9 Cleveland Produce Market. TUESDAY, Nov. 18th, 1860. FLOUR No cliauge. Quiet al S4.75 5,00 for extras; $5,255,50 for double extra red wheat, and $66,25 for city ground white wheat double extras. RYE FLOUR Worth $3f) bbl. WHEAT Market dull at $1,04 for red on track. CORN Last sales at 42c free on board. OATS Quiet at 25c. CLOVER SEED Steady at $5,45 4,50. BUTTER Fair to (rood Central worth 1 1 1 2c ; W. R. 1 4 1 5c Choice W. R. in crocks 16c. LARD Quiet at ll12c. CHEESE Good qualities W. R. firm at 89a and Hamburgh 99je. EGGS Steady at 14c. DRIED APPLES Steady at 4c. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN NEW YORK! Prince of .Wales Arrived! Still Greater Excitement in BLOOMF1ELD, - Caused I t th. Arrival of S. TIDE AI.IS Fall and Winter Stock of Goods! Which I am prepared to sell at rat equal to any other establishment in the country. COME AND TRY ME. October 25, 166010 S.TIOBALL. ROAD NOTICE. -VTOTICB is hereby g!reo that a pctitioo iU be pie il sented to the Commissi oners of the county of Holme and State of Ohio, at their December M'ssion, A. I. lStiO, nraing Raid CommiMdoncre to lay oat a coun ty Road, situated in said county, commencing at tbe Loudooville road that runs from Uoliuesville to Loudon ville,at tbe quarter section corners of ncction thirty-five and nection two.in Kiplev to wash lp in said county, thence to run north n the quarter section Hue through section thirty-live and section twenty-r&ix, ending at the county line between Wayne and Holmes cono'les; and said pe tition also acks for the vacation of a road commencing 00 the line between Samuel Smith and George Reynolds, thence it runs in a northerly direction until it intersects the Kiliersburp road that runs from Shrcre to Millers burg; the road to be vacated. Oct. 28, 1800 11" MANY PETITIONERS. ROAD NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that a petition will be pre sented to the Commissioners of Holmes county, O., at their next session, to be held at the Auditor's office ot said Holmes county, on the first Monduy of December, A.D. 1860, at 1 o'clock P. U. of said day, praying for the establishment of a county road, to commence ou tbe Bolivar road at tbe south east corner of the south-west quarter of section number twenty-elht, township num ber fifteen, range number twelvn in Saltcreek township, in said Holmes coun'y, theucetorun eastoo the section lint-, nr as neir ther to as a good road can be made, until said rnndsli 1I intersect the public road between Middle town, in suiil Holiorm county, and Muysville, in Wayne couuty, aud there to top- " A 1'ETiTIOXER tOR SAID ROAD. Sept. 18, I860. ou-. . Jacob Lightcap's Estate. . NJT1CK is hert-by given, tbat the Milmcrluer has been nppolotrd and qu aliped as executor ou the estate ot Jacob Lfghtcap, late of Holmes county, drceawd. Dated at Ripley tp., this 1st day of October, A. D. I8t)0. nolO. ; R. A- TORBET, Ex's. I THE TRADE OPEN! :: J. CHERRY HOLMES, la now receiving his FALL. SUPPLY MERCHANDISE, which is the largest stock ever brought to t Lis i lace, and is Yoa an find at THE CHEAP STORE or J. CHEKRRYHOLiirs, Great Bargains JDJJIH SS GOODS X CHERRTHOLMES laa 000D BLACK SILK AT AT 75 CENTS PER YARD CHERRTHOLMES has AT From 15 Cents to 2,00 per Yard CHERRTHULMES has ALL-WOOL DE LAINES AT FU031 31 to 50 CENTS PEE YAED. CHERRTHOLMES has The Largest Lot of SHAWLS in Town. Anil Very riieap. Stella Shawls for $1,50 to So.00. CHERRTHOLMES has WHITE GOODS 0FALLKIXDS JACOAETS, Edgings, Inserting, and White Flouncing of all Linda. CHERRYHOHMES has ABigLotof DRESS TRIMMINGS Cheap Velvet Ribbon in Urge quantities. GLOVES. HOSIERT. HOOES A COMFORTS, At Low Prices. Clicrryholim-s has great bargains in QUEERS WAHE, Bought dirertfronV the importer, without LrcaluDg packages. It will pay jon to break up your oil i!ihc& asd bey new oms, CHEAP. WOOLEN GOODS, In large quantities at CHERRTHOLMES READ! READ! READ! Cloths Cassimcrcs, Testings, Orerconting, Twee-1 tc, in large quantities ana at extra low prices. He has seenrnd tlie services of a jyood and jr n 13? experiene - d TAlLOU to make Clotlang. Loots, Shoes, Leather and Groceret of all kinds. J AUUIi (Jtil!,KltlliULllli;S. Sepr. C, 18t 0 v5n3 W. P. ELL:S0.". 31. C. De SILVA. ELLISON & D3 SILVA, PRorciirrons 07 TBI Ellisq House, Jackson Strce MILLERSBURG, OHIO. LIGHT 1NTKEEAST! WERUM Otf HAXD AGAIN, wita a large stock of Fall & Winter Goods! NEW AND CHEAP. Buyers are invited to Call AND SEE BEFORE FITRC!IASIG ELSEWHERE. KE THINKS Hs can do as "well "by you as you can do elsewhere. Berlin opt.6,lS60. MILLERSBURG TIME, AT FRY'S. HE HAS THE BIGGEST PILE OF THE PRETTIEST HUNTING CASED WATCHES! 3TF0R THE LEAST MONEY jgy YOU EVER SAW! If yon doubt it, po and tee for yourself; that is the way tojirce it, aa weu aa to find tbe place where you can BUY A GOOD WATCni And Save your Money. HAS HE NICE CLOCKS, TOO? Just go and se them that's all I have to lay. What about the Jewelry, 1 i t -r-.- Silverware, &c.,&c. 0hf just go and we! anit if you don't boy. it's became you can't find use for eood ttiinzs. Few doors East of Koch's Corner. October 25, 1S60 10 IvTlCAV GOODS AT THE EMPORIUM! J. MCI. VANG JJ AS Ju' received bis Fall aud IViuter Stock of Goods Come and see, Come and see. The largest and best stock of goods ever brought to this )Uce. GOOD CROPS & EASY TIMES, Therefore X have bougVt a large stuck which I will sell Cheaper than Ever. "Quick Saks and Small Proflts," Is my mutto. COME ONE, COME ATT., will not rob I'efer to pay Panl. In my stock be fonnd all tbe lastest styles of DHESS COOOS ! Silk. Merinne,tioth figured and plain, and a Tery targe lot of Fancy De Laines, Veliocies, Vlaida, Cobcrgp, Kohs, &et &e., Cloths Capfiracrc Casinet, Tweed. Jean, Orercoating, and Vesting. Crape and Stella Shawls. Merino Shawls, with heavy silk fringe; a largo lot of Blanket Shawls, all the latest styles; Broclie Snawla, which 1 am selling at a reduced price. Hats aud Cans, no end. I still continue tha lateral and best selected btock of Boots & Shoes! in town, cheaper fh.-n ever. COME &. SEE THEM. rjTQUEE.VSWARE, I ban a larre lot aad defy competition. HOOP SKIRTS-Something less than a car load, from forty cenu to two dollars. tyCtoceries of all kinds. f3P"A good artirte of Sole Leather for 23 cts. V lb, and tuerrry brntfor-ttrta. Sept. 13, ISM. d4 NOTICE ' TO TOWNSHIP TREASURERS. Txrnsliip Treasurer are lirrolijr notllied. that the Fund due the n. trnl t"rn.hi are ready lo be paid ovur. They will call immediately und recive the wmt. Aug. 20th, 1863ul. County Treasurer. Admiiiiwtrator'M Police. NOTICE is herel.r given that the undersigned has tlin du lieen appointed and qualified as administrator ul the estate of Thomas Dovell, doe'd, late of Holmes county. Ohio. WH.UAM HOWELL, Adro r. t.et. la, vmn. . . BTREtOTHCIlNG FUREFIER Before taking iftertafciDj. The Greatest Remedy ever known. This cor dial ia di-tilled from a berry tnown only to mrseli; a:id chemically cralined witti some of the most valua b'.e ine.ii. inal rent, ren'is and Vaiks known to tbe mind of man. U: Blood Root. Blwk Root, Wild Cherrr Birk, lcl'oT l).ick, DanuVlion, Saraparilla. Klde'r Flowers, ith otiirrs produtjo. the most Wsllii lo rem edy lor tiiC restoration of h nith ever know . It is na tures own remedy, curing disease by natural Laws. Wen taken, its influence is felt cousing through every rein of the body, puiirjiug and accelcrat-pg the cin-u-lation of the blood. It centralizes any bilious matter in the stomach, aua strengthens the viiole organization. iMcLean's Strengthening Cordial, Will effectually cure Liver Complaint, Dyxpcpt-ia, Jaundice, Chronic or Servoua Debility. Distant of ihe Lui ttyr aud all Disease aruiag from a disordered Lie er o.'Stcmach, Heart- nrn, Inward Piles, Additr or Sickne-s of the Stomach. Fullness of Blood to the Head, Dull Pain or wiinnnn? in the Head, Palpitation t tbe Heart, Full ness or Wtiht in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Choakinff orSuuacating Feeling when lying down, Dry ness or Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Night Sweats. Inward Fevers, Pain in tbe Small of the Back, Chest or Side. Suddt-n Flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, Frightful Dreams, Languor, Despondency or any Ner Tous Disease, Sores or Blotches on the kin, and Ferer and Ajrne. (nrChills and Kever. It will also cure dis eases of the Bladder and Womb, nrh as Seminal Weak ness, Inooutimnre of the Urine, Stmngttary, Inflamma tion r Weakncssof the Womb or Bladder, Whites, Jcc. There is no Mistake about It. This Cordij.1 will never fail to cure any of the abore diseases, if tkn as per directions on each bottl, ia lirroon, English and French. CVER A BULLION OF BOTTLES Hare been sold daring the last ix muntus, and in no instance has It failed in giving entire satisfaction. Who, then, will suffer from weakness nr 6t Hire, when Mc Lean's Strengthening Cordial will care yon? TO THE LADIES. Do you wish to he healthy and strong: Then go al in-e. anl get somo of McLean's Coidial. It will strength en and invortte your whole system, causing a healthy and paie rircul.ition of Mood to llow through every rein, and the rich, rosy blocm of health to mount your cheek again. Krery bottl- is wsjranted to give satisfaction. FOR CHILDREN. Tesay to parents, if yonr children are sickly, puny, oralllicted with coiupliiint prevalent nmong children, jive them a i-uiall qu tntity of McLean's Cardial, tini. it will make them h-althy, fit, and rntaist. Delay not a nioiuent, try it, and yon will be convinced. It is Delicious to Take. Cirriox. Bowaie of drngsrista or dealers who may to palm upon yoa some bitter or Sarsap.nriUa trash, whii-h they can buy cheap, by sa vine it is just as good. Art iu such men. A&ti tor JtcLeau s atrengtnening uor-fji-l, and tkc nothing else. It U the only re me iy that wiU purify the blood thoroughly, and at the same time St; earthen the system. Ore table ponnf ul taken every morning fisting, is a' certain praTentive for Cholera, Chills and Fever, Yel low ITt-r, or any prevalent disease. It i put up in larije oonies. Trice only $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. J. H. McLFAN", Sole Proprietor or this Cordial. Also McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. Principal Depot on the corner of Th inland PineSts., St. Louis, ii o. McLean's Volcanic Oil liniment. lite Lest Liuimcnl in the World. The ONLY s-ife and certain cure for Cancers, Piles, Tu mors, Swelling3 and Brouchele or (loitra, Parahsin. Neuralgia, Weakness of tha Muscle, Chronic or Jn damuiatory Itbeumatism, Stiffness of thu Joints, Con tracted il uscles or Ligaments, Earache, Bruises, Sprain. Vounds, Fresh Cuts, Ulcers, Fever Sores. Caked HreaMh Sure "iyjilcs. Burn., SraUls, Sore Throat, or any In ilt.mmatii'ii or Pain, no difference how Revere, or how long the liiMfNise may bare existed. McLkan's Cele c::arti Liximent s a certain remedy. Thnn&inds of human beings have been saved a life of decrepitude aud misery by ti.e use of thisinvaluable mediciae. McLean's Tolcanic Oil Liniment Will relic e pain almost instantaneously, and It will cWiinae. purify, and heal the foulest sores in an increJi Lly short time For Horses and other Animals. McLean's celebrated Liniment is the only safe and re liable remedy for the eure of Spavin, Ring Bone, Wind g.ills. Splints. L'nnatural Lumps, Noies or Swelling. It will never fail to care Big He-id, Poll-evil, Fistula, Olu Running Sores, or Sweenv,if properly applied. For Sprain, Bruises, Scratches.""Cracke1,HeeIs. Chafes, Sad dle or Collar U;tlls,Cuts, Sores or Wounds, it is an infal lible remedy. Apply it as directed, and cure is certain in every instance. Then tri.le no lenger with tbe many worthless Lini- ments o fit red to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean ce'el-rabted Liniment. It will cure yoa. J. H. ItJcL-E.W, Sole Proprietor. Comer of Third and Vint Sts., St. Louis, Mo. II. Y tit GIN, A sent, mLLERSSURG, OHIO. July 12, 11C0.-T4n47 HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA- A Benevolent Inttilidion established by special En dowment, for the Ilcluf of the Sick and Dis treif d. ajjlktcd with Virulent and Epi demic Ditcasc. and etpccially for the Cure of Diseases of the Sexual Organs. MFDIC.4I, AUV1CE siren gratis, Ij the Act in. Siirrer.n. to all who apply by letter, with a de scription of tbeir condition, (ape, oenpation, hal'its ot life, &,) and in cases of extreme .porerty, Medicine; fumihpd free of rhnrgf. VAI.ITAItl E REPORTS on Spermatrhoea, and oth er Hi.rn-.i)f the Sesuali)rgans.andon the NEW JXf;j)xES employea in tne uispensarv, se l tu tne alUictea in sealed letter envrlopes, free of chaige. Toor t wee Stamps for poslsce will lie acceptable. Address Dr. J. SKILLIX HOUGHTON, Actini Snr Mon, Howard Associatien. No. 2 Sooth Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Fa. Bj order ot tne uirect rs. EZBAD.AARTWELL, Prest. Gko. Faischild.Scc'j. ' Oct. 18, 1800. a w P 1 1. i. & v; i mr Ctilln- Antidote for Sick Hral. rtvRneiuda. Fever and Acne, liver Complaint, tosuvencss, r Eiliousnej. enral;pa, colic, I. prared ArpcUi 7 dcred Stomach, Female Obstmciiona, Sc. I 9t Bead thB testimony ot GOV. WIS3, Va. "Wrmm'i Piixs are safe and mast useful RimiVv nmetln for ConatlpaUon. aud affectious of the Discstire Organ". For Headache they laTe proved them vires a specific Bead tho testimony of GOV. KING, Ala. "I would not be without Wilson's Tills fo- any price. For Indigestion and Head ache, I divide a Pin and take th halt it gives immediate relief." Sold by Druggists ft Soalors cvorywb.oro. PEEPAIIED EI B. Iu FAHNESTOCK & CO. Importers &. Wholesale Druggists No. 60, corner Wood and 4th. Sts. PITTSBURGH, PA. sou MtomiiTou or a B. L. Fahnestock'sVermifugo-e Sold t.j U. IERGI3I and J. K. IUIFF, MILLRRSBURG.OUIO. Aug.3;i, lbGO. v5n2. THE INDIAN !A.GrTJE CTJUE! A N INFALLIBLE UE.HEDY for tbe picrco fx tlan and cars of FEVER 6i AfilE, Dumb Ame. Chill Fever. Rillious Fever, and all otacr form oj liucrmutciu ana nai c.w. CACSKD BIT MIASMA OK MALARIA. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Dr. M. K. HARD S MAGIC LINIMENT! act', T'Msthnclit, Son Throat, Noumlyia. CriuniM, Hnrni mw Back orSidvn, Pftin in tbe Hn-sut. an J all oibar Coniplnintj on Nun or flwt, uiuuilij trvntwl vitk tuisdiuAoi Kttuittuieii. FOfl SALE AT THE BOOK STOSE. , CORDIAIW AND BLOOD ff ! BCERHAVE'S- HOLLAND BITTERS roi DYSPEPSIA, Liver Comprint, Fever and Ague, ic. The successful introd action anil ns of this eeWbswtel SenMkly has been tlie si'nai for a literal &opl of compovnda called "Bilters," offered in various forms, from a e,wart bottle to a five gallon keg, until this word Bitters" is bat another name ix "grog," or tome villainous whiskey mi ture. nk ... But the really great relief derived from the inmate does, one tesspoonfui, of our medicine, BCERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS, AmA ihi tmtirt skevace of after vrtatmtum, hsc estabUsbew for it reputation which the host of imitations and coua- terreits nave tuled to undermine, is is imhw.wj . b" table preparatioa, with barely eufllcient pure apiriU M preserve it. . , But ouo size of the eenuine, (Italf Tint Bottles,) price One Dollar. It it a medicine of long tried efficacy for Pmrifyimg the Blood, so essential for the foundation of good health and for correcting disorder of tha stomach and bowels. Tiro or three dose will convince tho afflicted of it salutary effects. The stomach will speedily regain its strength, a healthy action of th liver, bowels aad kidneys will soon take .place, and renewed health be the quick result For Indigestion. Try Bnrhare'i Holland Bitten. For Henrfbura, Trj BttrhaTt's Holland Bitten. For Aoitlity, Tr j BttrkaYe' Holland Eittcrt. For Waterbrash, Try BtErbave'i Holland Bitten. For Headache, Try BcrnaTe'i Holland Bitters. For Loss of Appotito, Try BornaTc'i Holland Bitten. For Costiveness, Try BsrhaYe's Holland Bitten. For Piles, Try BsrhaTe's Holland Bitten. In all Nervous, Bhenmatie and Neuralgic Affec tions, it has in numerous instances proved highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure. BEAD CABEFUILY! The renuine highly concentrated Bosrbave'a norland Bitters is put np in half-pint bottles only, and retailed as One Dollar per bottle. The great demand for this truly celebrated Medicine has induced many imitations, which the public should guard against purchasing. Aieare of Iittvositio.il See Vial our aams tt en the Zabst 0 ercrjr botue you bug. BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO. 80LE PSOPEIETOES, PITTSBURGH, PA. SoldbjH . Yergia and J. K. RaiS, M1LLERSEVRG, OHIO. '-'emlr 20. 18.-0. if HSAB WH4T THE PZ0PW SAY. ' The nnderslTned havin used Profwjr HlTMPIIItETS SPECIt'lO 11UMIKUPAT111C RKMBUiiS in our famUies villi tlie most aatisfactory results, and having full cona nence In their genuineness, purity, and elBcncr, cheerfully recommend them to all persons who wish to have safe, re liable, and efficacious remedies at hand for prirate or do mestic use. The Rev. Wm. rjosmer, editor of " tie S'orthern Tnde pendent," Auburn, H. Y. ; the Rev. E. II. Cressey, D.D., Rector of St Peter's Church, auburn, N. T. ; the Kcv. B. L Ives, Chaplain of tlie Auburn State Prison; tlie Rev. Stencer M. Rice, Rector, New-Beilford, Mass.; tlie Rer. Allen Steele, New-York Conference ; tlie -Rev. Samuel Nichols, Ka&t-Genesee Conference, N. Y. ; the Rev. P. a. Pratt, Dorset, Vt ; the Rev. John t Kobie, BuOalo ; A. O. Hart, Esq., Ullc N. Y ; the Hon. Neil Dow, Portland, Me. ; the lion. Schurler Colfax, Smith-Bend, Ind. ; tlie ilonu Oeorge Humplireys N. Y. ; Henry D. Cook, Esq., Editor of The Oliio State journal, Columbus, Ohio; the Hon. R. H. Graham, Moline, I1L ; the lion. Thomas J. Chase, Monti cello, Fin. ; tlie Hon. Joseph Benedict, Utica, N. Y. ; Wm. Bristol, Esq., Utica, N. Y. ; A. S. Pond, Eslj., Utica, X T. ; James Plunkett, Kjq., Nashville, Tens. LIST OP SPECIFIC REMEDIES. So. 1. V r Fever, Congestion, anl Inflammation. No. For Worm Fever, Worm Colic, Wetting tbe Bad. No. 8. For Colic, Crying Teething, and Wakefulness mi Infanta No. 4. For Diarrhea, Cholera Infantum, and Summer Complaints. No. 5. For Colic, Griplnss, Dysentery, er Bloody Flax. . No. 6. For Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Yomltintr. No. 7. For Couzhs, Colds, lnduenza, and Sore Throat, No. 8. For Tooth-ache, Face-ache, and Neuralgia, No. 9. For lleadache. Vertigo, 11 eat and Fullness of the Head. No. V DrsrErsia Pius For Weak and Deranged Stomach, Constipation, and Liver Complaint. No. 11. Foa Faiiaut IaaasoLAamss, Scanty, Painful, er Suppressed Periods. No. IX For Leueorrhea, Profuse Menses, and Bearing Down of Females. No. 13. For Croup, Hoarse Cnu?h, Bad Breathing. No. 14. Salt Raaca Plus For Erysipelas, Eruptions, Pimples on the Face. No. IU KsfsCMATtc Pols. For Pain, Lameness, or Sore ness in the Chest, Back, Loins, or Limbs. A. For Fever and Ague, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Old Mismanaged Agues. p. For Piles, Blind or Bleedln?, Internal or External. O. For Sore. Weak, or Inflamed Eyes and Eyelids : Fait lag, Weak, or Blurred Sight. . v (' .z f' . .-f l-rf s?3i.7!r.g or recent, cither wICi j-r:.e u.-sriiarj a .V. f. '.V:-. ixj u:i Coic, abatlc; ia Tieleace aal .etc-'.;.'; 1; cf-iirte. l:i all acute ciscus.s, such as Fevers,' InllamaiaUons, .llri.?. Iyi-nt:ry, Croup, Rheumatism, and such erup jre uiscatA as If&rkt Fever, Ueaeks, and Erysipelas, tit a !a:.l-i:e of girin; the prcper remedies promptly ia oto virus, .n.l ia all such esses the specifics act hke a charm, f lie entire Uitease is oiten arrested at once, and in alt oases the vi.--'.tiice of the attack b moderated, the disease short f.sl, and rendered less dangerous. t--u?!.s and Col Is, which are of such frequent occurrence, and which so often Uy the foundation of diseoxd lungs, ironchitia and cousuniptioa, may all be at ouce cured by the Fever aad Cough Pills. In all chronic diseases, such as Dyspepsia, Weak Stomach, 0:ustiia!:o3, Liver Complaints, Piles, Female Debility, and Irrt:ulari!:cs, old Ilea-iachea, Sore or Weak Eyes, Catarrh, dt HCitaim, aad other old eruptions, tlie esse has specifics wlwr-e proper application will afford a cure in almost every iti.T-iti, e. Oitrn the aire of a single chronic difficulty, sudi as Iivs; ..':, P.les or Catarrh, lleadache or Female Weaa iK, h vs mors Uian paid for tlie case ten times over. PRICE. " C.ae r to vials complete, in morocco, and Book IS Case of 20 vitls, and Book, plain. -. - 4 iYite tf !." imiiilMireil boaes, and Book ............. t L'.i.r nf 6 bxes, nuntberctl, and Book............ . 1 .1n:!e muiiberet boxes, with directions..,.. cant a iin-l lettered boxes, with directions. - hOcenta l.tre case of 2 os. rials, for planters and physicians... .15 ALSO 8PECinC9L ' Foa Astsms ob PuTnisic. Oppressed, DilBcnlt, Labored n-eatliing, atleiuled with Cough and Expectoration. Price, 50 cents ier bx. Foa Eaa Discnaanaaxo DBarxssst. Discharges Iron the Ear, tlie result of Scarlet Fever, Measles, or -Mercurials. For Nt'ises iu the Head, llardn.ss of Hearing, and kinging in the Ears, and Kar-ache. Price, W cents per box. Foa SrtuirCLa. Ktimrc-el Glands, Knlanted and InduraS el T.wsils, S shines aud Okl Ulcers, Scn-tulous Cachexy ef C! il !re:i. Price, .'0 cents er box. F.a GaiLasi. Daaii-rrv. Physical or Nervous Wealraesa, EitiiCr tlie result of Sickness, Excessive Medication, or ax. haiutin; l)is.harr-es. Price, SO cents per box- Foa UiiorST. Flui.l Accutnulationa, Tumid Swellings, will. Scanty Secretions. Prl. e, !M cents ier box Foa Ssa-fftcKjoss. Deathly Sickness, tertlRO, Nausea, YjuiitiiiK. sckiicss from riuiug or motion, rrtce, 50 cent lfFoa I'll! isr Disaasss. For Gravel, Renal Calculi, DlftV cu!t, Painf il Urination, Diseases of the Kidneys. Price, M enta per box. ' Foa Sm-xal Eatsvioiis. Involuntary Discharges and Cntiscqnept Prostration and Debility, Bad Result of Evil Hahits. The most successful ami efficient remedy known, and uta.v be relied upon as a cure. Price, ith full ulreo Uor. ti per box. Persona who wish to place themselves under the pro'" dnnal ere. or to seek advice of Prot llr-srwatrrs, can n. so, u his orace a3 Broadway, daily from S A.M. to s r.at. or b v letter. orn. nmrDira bt mail. Lu over the list; make up a ease of what kladyea ch.ie, and U-lose the amount In a current ut or sumps hy cod! t-. or ad.lre., al No. .vaBradway New-York, and U: racttctne wlH be duly returned by mail er express, " tiFVrsn 'ixnt O f de1" " active, efldent Au - ,i ,ii ot i ur Eemedlea ia every town er conununow i'c V. "rJ Stairs. Address Dr. F. IIDMPIIRV.YS k Co. 1,1 1 'C 1 So, ta BaojLDwav. Nsw-Ioea. AGENTS. U. YERC-IN, Millcniljiirn;. WM. BRERBO WER, Frctfericaabnrg. ,. OAROENER. Mt. Holly, atarca ia, iBou ov NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP! ON E aVxtr West fmra J. M ulrane's stw, in th rvm iurnivrtr occupied m 1'oat Otl.ce, whcrt tbe oniier M.cuo'l is prcpi ed to do all kinds of work tn his lioe,e prcialW Fine Cily Sewed Work. ; lnsuh a msnneras not to be excelled west e the Alle-. ghmi s. Ejr-ttoliK WARHASTED, aud done on ra sonAhl ti-ritic. REPAIRING done neat and en short tier. V- H- 1 1i,t,m1i.mI mI . UfnThlMMtwdS and eastern Hoots and Shoes wl.ieb tor ready pay 1 WiU sell on sneb terms tliafvon cannst tail tn ou.T-,,.vr try bw once, and call soon. at. IL slLLa. Jsly 3a, JS90 40tf