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Love and Decepition--Flight of
a Leather Merchant on the Eve
of his Wedding.
bwgKnaiDed James Flora; Jattf of the
firm of Flora it-FenwicwHo does busi
ness ia tho swamp, nd has a branch csp"j
tabiishment id .Manchester, fcngland, was
enmureil to.be-mamed to a beautiful young
ladjjof Williarasburgh, but on the eve of
tbe-wedding suddenly disappeared, me
roerchantira'naa'n 'about fortj jears- .of
ae. a widower, and the lattwr ot nve
children. . The voumr lady, is an orphan,
She belongs to one of the first families in
Williamjburgb,Rnd was in every .waya'raost
eligible match. 1p addition to her per
sonal attractions sne is said to be a most
accomplished lady, and the' heiress to
considerable fortune. She is the junior of
the gentleman. tawnom siie was to be unit
ed py,.some bfteen rears.
2in-Flon.Iost.his -wife at the South
somelim eaeo. and. have since lived in Wil
liarasbirgij oDftteTie' has devoled ,'liirn-
aelf to the young lady referred to, and the
wedding -day bad boon fixed. In an un
guarded moment her love overcame her
discretion. As-is too often tho case un
der such circumstances, his affection then
abated, and, upon various pretexts, ho post
poned the day-fixed ojr thjsir. marriage.;
At length, to brinmatterswa.crisis.Hhe
lady's brothersfonoof-whoWls a wealthy
contractory of Brooklyn, and the other ' a'
large farmer in Pennsylvania, had an in
terview with the gentleman the early part
of last weeky and- told him. that if he did
not fulfill his "promise they " would take,
snmmearv vengeance on him. A second;
interview was had. last Tuesday, at which
theiady was present. The merchant then
fixed upon Friday evening for the celebra
tion of the nuptiaTLTThe. wedding dress
was prepared; the gaestarimifed, and" every
preparation made, for Lhet ceremony. Fri
day evening came,- the gusts were present,
the bride and her maids, arrayed, and the
clergyman iu waiting; but the bridegroom
came not.. Saturdaypxhe brothers, accom
panied by ."their sfstejr waitVd upon tho
mayoandFfraopfor ?the- merchant's
arrest was issued.- I i ii J
It was supposed that he would leave for
England in the steamer City of, Washings
ior, spa umcer xiim.ira, armea witii uie
warrant and accompanied by- tha brothers,
bo.nrded. that' vessel ns "sho put' into the
stream, and accompanied her to Sandy
Hook. : Capt. Petria afforded them every
opportunity bf prosecuting their search,
mustering all of tho passengers on deck ;
but the, missing manwas not on board.
He had howevei shipped 60 tons of leather
by Hhe vessel, and from subsequent infor
raatiou it is (believed that he sailed .for
Europe in tho Cunard steamer from Bos-
ton, lost Wednesday. One of the brothers
will follow him in the Cunardcr from this
port next Wednesday, if it should prove
that -ho has gone-to- Europe. To day, ef
forts will be made by the police and Jus
tice Welsh' tb ascertain where ho has'jjoue.
The young lady's brothers are resolved to
follow hitn to the end of the world, if no
cessary,'and bring him back to wed their
sister, or make a terrible example of him
for his crimes.
Folra.was TJ. S. Consul at Manchester,.
England' during tho administration' of Van
Buren and Polk; but was displaced by
General Taylor.' Wo suppress the name
of.the ladv,. for obvious reasons. N. 11
Tribvnt. ' -
Thb'-Mormos' Bible asd. Polygamy.
The Salt Lake Correspondent of the New
Yojt.2Ym .quotej extensively from .the
Mormon Bible passages which denounce
polygamy ! Among iliera is tho following,
and others equally' strong:
"Behold, "Da rid jand Solomon truly had
many: .wives nnd concubiues, which thing
wnsabomnablo before me, saith the Lord';'
wherefore, thus saith tire Lord, I lmveled
this people forth out of the land of Jerusa
lem, by thepower of mine arm, that I
might, raise up to me n righteous, branch
from tho fruit of tho lions of Joseph.
Wherefore, I the Lord God, will not suf
fer that this, people shall do like unto
them of old. Wherefore, my breth'irn.
hear me, and hearken to" the irord of the
Lord; for there shall, not.any among you
hare, save it. it be one wife; and concubines
lie shall have none; for, I, the Lord God,
delightelh in the, chastity of women."
Two women are having a walking
match in New York. They walk on a rais
ed platform,, four fcet wide by thirty feet
long, wear tights and, short petticoats, are
respectively "Prioress of Lynn" and "Flora
Temple of Boston'" One weighs 120
pounds, the other, 110 nnd are described
is having a muscular system well developed.
They are to walk until one or the other
gives up, sits down or falls offthe plank.
Each has before walked. 60, hours continu
ously. They'dre allowed to slop ton min
utes each day day to lake refreshments,
but they must hot sit down and must keep
their eyes open. At last accounts Flora
Temple was geting weak In her limbs.
Humbuo!, Humbug!! This is the fnvor
ite.cry of some persons. A. piece of in
telligence is declared by the press; bum
bug,' cry they, without ever reading the ar
ticle. Some' important diseovery is made
in science or art;' still humbug, is their re
ply, although they are as ignorant as mules
of .the subject they thus descry. A medi
cal discovery is announced, and louder still
they, cry humbug, humbug, without even
looking., to the merits of tho article pre
sented, or examining tho testimonials of
its' worth;5 Kenedy's Medical Discovery,
when it first made, its appearance, was
greetedin the same manner; but its won
derful cures of- Scrofula, Canker, Erysipe
las, and every huraor'soon silenced the
voice of calumny, and naught was heard
but unqualified praise. (
jt' Thewalking women Pribtess and
FlprfrTemple in New York, had on Fri
day;, at noon, wallked 50 hours. One is
Buffering from a severe cold and is troubled
with dizzinesss, but is going in on her nerve,
while the other is suffering from blistered
feet she walks without shoes and keeps
her feet wet. Both of them have much
pain in the back and in the calves of their
nedestals. We shall chronicle the siting
down or falling down of the first one, at the
XST We suppose the simple fact of S.
S. Cox's having been Supported by a ma
jority; of the people in the Columbus 0.,
district proves that he is good enough for
them, if not too good. Wo presume they
can afford to swallow him as meat when
they use weevilly wheat for bread. Still
the little rascal's election greatly modifies
our delight over the general Locofoco de
feat in Ohio. It is a fly in our syrup, a
hair in our butter, a vinegar cruet fallen
witJLthe -stopper out into" tho milk pan of
cuf rejoicing.- LoritvilU Journal
Potatoes for Abroad.
' The Potato crop in the iake region 'is a
tolerable good one, and the 'growers are
finding a brisk fall market at fifty cents a
bushel by tne quantity, me. demand ,js
Drincipallv for the Fittsbunrb.1 Whwlino
fec., markets, the crop in the interior of the
State andinlong' tne upper- Ohio-being a
n 'J. j -i -.Li
over tne Cleveland and Pittsburu road
from the Potato fields of Lorain, Lake, fec.
counties. Several hundred barrels ' from
Detroit have taTsen the same rdufe,"the
price at Pittsburgh and Wheeling ranging
at about 80 to 90 cents per bushel. At
Uolumbus, Potatoes are quoted at 5 els,
to 8100. Cleveland Leader.
All Swept Avtav. Among the many
sad. incidents, -says tbelfew Orlehus.J)elta
of the present epidemis which have ,come
to our knowledge, rind which we have gen
erally abstained from publishingisjlic fol
lowing, pernaps unsurpassed in amicuye
mlerest : "A tiemian vjio came, to mis
city many years sinca, has acquired a large
property, andJast Springjie .sent .over to
"faderland" and removed to this citrall
tho members of Ins' immediate family 'in
number somo seven or .eight; father, moth
cr brothers and sisters. JNot long alter
their arrival the pestilence entered his
household, and ceased not its work of death
until every -bne'of tho newly - arrived rela
tives were carried forth to their graves m a
strange Jand.wbich they had come so far.
IU Ull. , - I ,
-. m i S
X5T The "Plain Dealer says tho Re
publicans have elected fifteen out of the
UIiio and. adds, "so much for the leaden
load- of Lecomptbn." The Dealer'sHys it
is only astonished that the majority in
Ohio instead ;of 10 to 20,000, is not,50,000,
It says that Detncrats get "discouraged"
when tney, sec; such men as .Uouelas perse
cuted by tho Administration, and read out
of the party because they would not bow
down or-do-reverence-to John Candle Box
Calhoun, this is the way Democrats talk,
nnd yet the Republicans are charged with
ecpimr anve mo tvansas issue. . .nai
A Whole Family BrjRNEn to Dcatb.
Mr. Hiram Robinson, his wife, and two
children, were consumed with a house" in
tho visinity jf Grand. Rapids,, Michigan,
on thoIDlhinsV. -The-" ?faffiily. had just
moved in, and it is supposed- the fire caught'
in the night from a stove pipe whilo all'
were asleep. The .neighbors knew nothing
of the fire until the morninsr, when ihev
found that Mr: Robbinson'a house had'ilis-
appcared. Oa going to the spot, nothing
was to be, seen but a heap of ashes and
four half consumed bodies. They were
found where the door had been, indicating
that, the unfortunate inmates were awaken
ed' but- suffocated "before reaching it:
Cleveland Leader.- '
SETA correspondent., .of theLondon
Builder ihihks that the following instances
come as near perpetual motion as" any ne
can desire: In the rotunda of the Wool
wich Barracks tharo is, he says, a clock
moved by machinery which lias been gor
ing for more than forty years. He fur
ther states that he knows a gentleman
who has iiad a watch in his possession for
more than thirty years," hermetically sealed,
which there is no means of winding, that
tells the day of the week, the hours, minutes,-
seconds, months, and he believes,
years, and how far you walk 'n the day.
It cost about two thousand dollars, and was
made by a French 'artist Jn Paris.
S3T Three runaway negroes passed thro'
our town last Suuday morning. In the
afternoon about "4 o'clock, several Kentuck-
laus came over in pursuit, and attempted
to search the d (veiling of one-ofour-colored
citizens just aboy.e town, supposing them
to be 'secreted there. They were resisted,
the aTnrm given, -and' soon -a largo crowd
collected. The Kenfuckians wera forced
to decamp, being pursued as fnr'as the riv
er, several shots were nred but with no ef
fect. A Kentuckian bv the name of Ball
was struck on the head bya stone, after
thev.-reached the skiff, and at last accounts
was in a very critical condition. Ripley
g3f Some of the Southern Chivalry
attempted to charm the ladies at a Fair
near Memphis a few days since, by dashing
exploitsas Knights iu a violent imitaliou
of a tournaraeut. lhe trouble was that at
the first charge several of the gallant horse
man were thrown over their horses' .heads
and badlv hurt. One Knight was thrown'
headlong and sprained and bruised out of
condition. He crawled out of the wav, as
he thought, but. another Knight was thrown
near him, and tho first, unhorsed gent was
run over by the war horse ,of No. 2. Such
splendid horsemanship was satisfactory.
The tournament ended without .any further
display' of 'Knightly hardihood and grace..
A Silent Printing Office. In the
towa cf Zablagen, Wurtcmberg, there has
peen lately opened a new. printing estab
lishment by Theodore Helgerad. All the
compositors and pressmen are deaf and
dumb to the number of 169 ; eleven of the
compositors aro women.
ry npjHE Fredericksburg High School
Li JL -will open its winter term
November st, 1858.
To The Public.
Read the following home ctrtificatts from the cillzeDS of
WoWt-r, for Baumgardntrf Brazilian Pectoral. This
medicine la destined to become the standard remedy for
thediseasesforvhlh it Is intended. Phj-slcians aro pre
scribing it In their pracUce. We supply them by the
pound or gallon. Retail price, twenty-five cents, fifty cts
and trae dollar per botUe. Sold at oar establishment, and
by one agent in each village J. II. UAUMGAUnXER
' ' Certificates.
Mcssri. J. H. BimCAKDXES It Co.
Gextlxxax Slii I tais pleasure, ta announcing to
tlin wnrM that I have naed vour Brazilian l'tctural in
my-family, with entire sueeesa.Tu all variety of Chest
Diseases, and would recommend it to be, and to do, all
that it claims. . i oara Truly, trc - ,
JAMES 51. MAPDEN,
Wooster, 0, Ang. Mb, 1858.
Mesars. J. II. Bacmcarikike It Co.
Oests I take pleas ore in" saying that during the past
year, 1 hare both nsed'tnyself and had nsed In my family,
yoor "Brarilian Pectoral, and consider it a very valuable
remedy. 1 have no hesitation in recommending it to tho
public as superior to am other medicine I know of for
Coughs, Colds and ArTcctloni of the Lunis and Chest.
Wooster, O, Aug. 9,1858.
Trzatmikt or Asthma. Take the "Brazilian Tectoral'
in doses largo enough to induce nausea, and Immediate
relief will bo the result. To tho efllcacy of the "Bnulllan
Pectoral," in the treatment of Asthma, let Mr. Il.Sprague
(tho silversmith,) a well known citizen of Wooster, tes
tify: Messrs. J. II. Bacmgarsxxr U Co.:
Ckstlmev I have, for years, been afMctml with Asth
ma, in the worst form so that 1 have, for weeks, been
obliged to sleep In my chair, not being able to breathe on
my bed. I have tried n great many medicines, which
came highly recommended, to no purpose, and found no
relief until I tried your "Brazilian Pectoral," and in less
than a week I was almost entirely relieved; and now,
when It threatens a return, one dose gives immediate re
lief. Being deslrons that others alike afflicted may find
relief In the same, yoo aro at liberty to use this with my
name, wishing that others may receive the lieneBt of vour
lnvaloahlo preparation. , HENRY SPRAOrJE.
Wooster, u August 9th, 1858.
Vur sale t the HOOK STOKF, Mlllsrsborf;, "bio.
Best Business Writing of 1858.
DurlsgUiep.ist two weeks, at tlie Ohio, State
Fair, at Sandusky, at Wheeling, A'a., at Greeiis
bnrg, Washington. Mercer and Beaver, Pa. all
the Writers of the Wes exhibited their best
specimens of Business and Ornairiental 'Pen
manship. The "Iron City College," which has drawn all
the Premiums in Pittsburg, and in Eastern and
Western Cities, over all competitors, for best
Pen and Ink Writin?, again adds laurels to her
fame br excelling allih best specimrns of Pen
manshfp. Pittibttrah Evening ' Chronicle Sept.
How many households have been def
lated by that terrible disease. Consumption?
And. how gradual nnd silent it approach! A
slight cold a hacking cough spitting of blood
and the pet of the family lies cold in death
But if she if any one wonld take Hooflland's
BalHamic Cordial ia the first or second, and
sometimes the third stage'ot the disease, imme
diate relief would ensue and life be prolonged.
So also in Influenza, Laryngitis, Asthma,
Bronchitis, and particularly iu Croup. The
latter disease, the terror of parents, is complete
ly innocuous in. presence of the Balsamic Cor
dial, and may be cured by a few doses.
Prepared only by C. M. Jackson, No. 418
Arch Street, and for bale by drugists and store
keepers throughout the United States and Can
ada. Price 75 cents per bottle. ,
Hoesks asd Mule. Thousands of these val
uable animals are lost every year, from their
owners not knowing how to treatthe various dis
eases they were suffering with, or from using
inferior remedies. This is peculiarly bo in lc-
gard to such diseases' as epringhalt. spavin.
poll-evil, and all such as are. the result ofsprainn
bauises, harness grains, c. All these diseases
are readily curable by the use of some penetra
ting Llnament; which is absorbed by the pores
of the skinmd at once .drives off the bad hu
mors that feed and keep up the disease.
Among all the Linamcnts that have ever been
invented, none posses' the penetrative and diffu
sive principle tn such a degree' as Dr. Bragg's
Arctic Linament, an article which is rapidly
driving all similar preparations out of the mar
ket. Tor sale at the BOOK STORK. Millers
Best Business Writing of 1858. Commercial Matters.
MILLERSBURG, Oct. 28, 1858.
Flour S4.(3S5,50 Clovcrbccd Si0
Buckwheat aour$l,UU Flaxseed . .- 3IUU
KvcHour ffcwt.xuuu iinufyuo 910
tt'heat :75S90 Green Apples 50
Corn ....i .'37 Dried Apples .... $2.00
Oats . 2035. Dried Peaches.,.. $2,00
Rye .50 Smoked Hams 7
Barlev 50(S56 SmbkediSliouldcrs... 6
Butter Smoked. Sides 6
Eggs 10 DressM Pork 3,5004.00
CLEVELAND, Oct. 26, 1858.
Flour- Small sales', iroo'd Extras at-$4;,v
87 to $5. Double Extras from 5,1 2
upwards,. according to. brand. , . : .
V heat JNo sales to-uay. . .
Corn Sales 2000 buslt. at 54c. frea on
Oats Sale 1 car new at 40c- on tract.
.Potatoes From" wagons, active at 50c-
Beans Steady at 75c. to $1.
Lard Prime is dull at 1010a
Shoulders Sugar cured 7c.
Green Apples "Sales at $2,75 per bbl.
for fall, and $3,50 for winter varieties.
Cattle and.HogsThe packing houses
in the city Iiave-eoniinenced on cattle.
Good cattle for packing are bought at 2
2ic. live weight. Not much has been
done with hogs, as yet, the weather having
been unsettled. Liv6 weight sells at 4 to
4jc, and dressed at 55c
B. C. P.
AT the sign of the BIG COFFEE POT, I
have Cook Stoves from 10 inches square to
the large Iron Witch, that takes three feet wood.
I have Bex Stoves small enough to burn chips
or largev. enough for youg paw logs. Parlor
Stoves, for cooking, (either coal or'wood ,) Self
RegulAting Itcssia Iron Stoves, and Stoves for
Churches, School-Houses. Hotels, Ac, enough
to -warm all out doors if it ain't too cold; and
last, hough not least,
if i)f)bectf flje riceg tolii) 3JHj JLofol
and trill .sell if you Trant to buy; try and I
will prove it. Stove-pipe and Drums. Copptr
smitliingjand job; work of all kinds, neatly and
cheaply executed. I want old Iron. Brass. Cop
per, Pewter, Charcoal, or trade of all kinds.
Oct. 26, 1858 lOtf.
TO THOSE WHO WANT
A GOOD BOOK!
I HAVE recently had the pleasure of exam
ining a new 'work, entitled 'Home Book of
Health or Guide to Families, written by J. C.
Gunn, D. D. There is no book (save the Bi
ble.) of better use in a family than a book of
this description.. If you want a Physician in
the house, one that you can rely on at alljimes,
then get'Dr. Gunn. Money laid out in a copy
of the work will draw over one hundred per
cent. Why hbould we be content to remain ig
norant of such important matters. It should
be owned, read, studied and practised by every
family and every individual. It is in every
sense a most valuable book. Nobody should
be without it. I, say the first chance you have
buy Dr. Gunn. G. W. NAFTZGElt.
Oct 28, 1858 v3n!0lf
THE undersigned having determined upon
leaving Millersburg in a short time, would
respecofully request all persons knowing them
selves indebted to him cither by note or book
account, to make immediate payment.- Posi
tively no further indulgence will be granted.
THE undersigned George Feasel, who is now
confined in the Penitentiary of the
State of Ohio, having been convicted and
sentencd upon his plea of guilty in the court of
Common Pleas, of Holmes County, Ohio, upon
an indictment for horhe-slealing, at the March
terra thereof, to wit: On the 23d day of March,
1858, and was then and there sentenced to
three years imprisonment in the Penitentiary,
will on the 15th day of December. A. D. 1858,
at 10 o'clock A. II. of said day, make applica
tion to the Governor of the State of Ohio, nt
his office in the city of Columbus, to 'pardon
him. the ssidGeorgeFeasel.fromsaidimprison
ment. GEOltGE FEASEIj.
oct. 28, 1858 v3nl0.
Joseph' Anl-eny, Pl'rT, ) Before It. Critehfield.a
against Justice of the Peace, of
John Martin. Deft. ) Hardy tp.Holmcs.Co O.
ON the 5lh day of day of October, A. D.
1858, said Justice of the Peace issued an
order of attachment on the above action, for the
sum of seventeen dollars and eightv-scven
cc-n!s debt, and twelve dollars probable cosIh,
nnd said cause will como on tn be heard on the
27th day ol.Novcmbcr, A.D. 1858.ntl0 o'clock
AM. JOSEPH ANKENY.
" Oct. 28, 58 v3nl0w3.
THE firm of Ebright and King has this day
been dissolved by mutual consent.
Oct. 19, 158.
ITAXR pleasure Ao announce to my numer
ous friends and patrons that I have returned
FROM tTBCE EAST
and. received a most
COMTITETE STOCK OF
Fall & Vintef Clothiiiff!
Containing ererythiBg aid erery
qnality, frem a pair of Socks up
To the Finest Garments!
All got up according to the
LATEST DESIGNS AND FASHION!
And manniactnretl of good materials and in
As to prices I can and will suit
AWBOBV AND EVERYBODY,
All you have to do is to call and examine my
Extensive Stock and if vou have any notion
of buving at all, von cannot go awav 'without it
. t r t i - "
ior a wjji
NOT BE UNDERSOLD !
Thankful for past favors I respectfully ask a
coniinuancc oi ine same uy calling at my Store
At the "Old Head Qnartera for Cheap Clothing.'
vci. i, iooo von Ju.
I have just received a'lbt of
THEY" have C cooking holes on top: brick
oven; two sizes; Wood 31 and 36 inches.
Millersburg, Oct. 7, 1858 v3n7tf.
rpHE winter session will commence Mondav
X October the 18th, 1858", and continue fho
months. The Proprietor having rpffularlv or
ganized under the supervision of a Board of
irustecsnreoeterminecltomake it a hrst, class
Institute, where facilities will be afforded for
studying all the branches usually taught in our
uol leges ana seminaries.
Special attention will be given to the instruc
tion of those wishing to Drenare for teaching.
Boardinsr can be obtained at reasonable rates in
private t-irailies.'ad here arc also facilities for
boarmng.in clubsauvery. low raies-.rpr iur
ther particulars address -J.. P.- SCOTT, Milleiv
REV.J. P.'SCOTT, A. M. Pfofof thoXatin
and Greek' languages, and Moral Science'. ;
JOHN SIMPSON, A. 15. , Trof. of Mathe
matics. and 'Natural Science.
CHARLES KOLBE, Prof., or Vical and In
strumantal mnsic,-and the German and French
MISS'LUCY'C. WHITE, Teaeher of Linear
tmd Duo-Chromatic Drawinc-
T WILL SELL at mv well known Coal Bank;
J-'first 'quality of smith coal and warranted
good as in this county, for 6 or 8'weeks from
date, lor tne low price ol
5 CTS. FEB BUSHEL.
Want of money compels me to this course.
Plenty of coal oa hand at all times. Very
thankful lor past extensive partronage.
ES"Grate Coal as usual. 6J cts.at the bank.
Oct 28, '58 v3nl0tf
PARLOR G00E STOVES.
TTtOIt Wood or Coal; handsome and convenient;
JL several patterns, at the
Bi Coffee Ppt?A
Oct 7, 18oS v3n7tf
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE
Liver Complaint) Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
thronic ur Sctvom Debility, Dixcntcs of the Kid
neys, and all dUcases artsinffrom a disorderly
Liver and Stomach,
Such as CoDfiipatton, Inward rile. Follaesa or Blood
to the Head, Acidity on the Stomach, Nausoa, Heartburn,
Disgust for food, FullneKS or Weight in tho Stomach,
Sonr.Eructt&ioDs, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach, Swimming of the Iiead, Harried and difficult
Breathing, FlntteriDg at the Heart, Choking or Suffoca
ting Sensations wheu in a Ijing posture, Dimness of Vis
ace, Dots of wehs before the Sicht, Fever and Dull Pain
In the Head,, Deficiency of Perapiratln, YelleTrnens cf
tue Man, ana Kyn, l'ain in ine Mae, tsacs, cnesr, LimbR,
kc Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Con
stant Imagings of Eril and great .Depression of Spirit.
The proprietor, in calling the attention of the public to
this preparation,' does o with afeellng jot the utmost
confidence in fits virtues and .adaptation Itithe diseases
for which it is recommended. .
It is no new and Untried article! but one that has stood
the test 'of 'a .ten rears trial before the American teoule.
and its reputation and sale arc" unrivalled by any similar
preparations exiant. ine testimony in its lavor given
bv the mo? t nromlnent and well-known I'hrsicians and
Individual! in all parts of the country is Immense, and a
carelui perusal or the -Almanac, published nnnuauy uy
the proprietor, and to be had gratis of any of his Agents,
cannot but satisfy the most skeptical' that this remedy is
really deer)ng thegreiitIobrity it ha obtained.
FOa TTIE SrEEDT CC11E OF
Cough, Colds, Injtucma, Croup, Hoarseness, Bron
fhilis. Dixeaxex oi the Howds arhtnn from Cold.
Incipient Consumption,- and for the relief and
(if at afl possible) cure of jxiticnti in advanced
stages of ine lailer diseases.
Catarrh, or Common Cold, as it is familiarly called, is
worthy of tudjvand BCrfuut enough, to be avoided, if
possible. Dr. Bell wys: "I will not say that Colds are to
our inhabitants what the Plague and Yellow Vrerare to
those of other countries; but, I can avtrr.confidently that
they usher in disease of greater complicity and mortality
than these latter.
In the danger of JJrvnekitU and Pneumonia which of
ten follow in the train of a'neglected cold, and in Phthisis
Pttlmonalis, the tubercular irritation of which is devel
ODed bv the same cause, we surely have proof and area-
ment sufficient for attention, not only to the preventive
means, bnt also to the curative ones of & disease, which
however mild In its inception, is directly or indirectly
productive of such diversified and alarming results.
This lesson should be particularly .impressed 'on thope
who havo any constitutional tendency to Pulmonary
The use of the Balsamic Cordial, agreeably to the di
rections accompanying each bottle, will readily care the
most distressing case of cough.
Coughs sometimes proceed from a disordered or dys
'peptic.stato of the stomach. In which case tbejQerman
Bitters should be used. In cases of weaknets, or general
debility of the system, resulting Irom a protracted cough,
the German Bittern will be found of groat benefit,
In cases of -ante Inflammation of the Lungs, the prom
inent symptoms generally are hurried and painful res
piration, imperfect arforialization of the blood, cough and
expectoration, attended with excitement of tho heart,
fever, varfous derangements of the digestive and urinary
systems, prostration of strength, &c The lang way be
diseased without any of these symptoms being promi
nent, but the murmur produced during the inspiration
and respiration, and the alternate contraction and expan
sion of the chest, evident to both sight and feeling, all
furnish most important physical signs In case of disease,
and Should receit e prompt attention.
This disease, iaucuallycaused, by a .old settling on the
luns. and the use of the Balsamic Cordial soon performs
The terrible fatality of diseases rcsultog from a "com
mon toW may be seen by a glance at the following sta
tistics, taken from the records of the Board of Health ot
Philadelphia, confessedly one of the most healthy locali
ties in the Union:
18A2. Total deaths In Philadelphia, 10,261
Pied of Consumption, . lijl
" all otberdiseases, (250 In o.) i,3
1853. Total deaths, P7J9
Died of Consumption, iv?,
" all otherdlseases,
1854. Total death's, -t 11,814
Died of Consumption, ZJ"5
" " all other diseases,
' ' 11,314
From these figures It will 8Wn that u7 one
fourth of the total deaths in the country are caused by
rontumtlnn, to say nothing of tbenumerons ether dis
eases springing from a "slight cold.'
The proprietors are In the possession of certificates
showing that the Balsamic Cordial has effected cures
where all other remedial means havo failed. Give it a
Three Invaluable medicines are prepared .only by Dr.
C. M. Jackson, 418 Arch Street, Philadelphia, and are for
sale by druggist and storekeepers Iu every town and vil
lage In the United States, Canada, and West Indies.
Price 95centsp4T bottle. . . .
For sale In Wlllertborgb.bj H. Sergio, and J. K.& T.
April 22, 1358-ly
Buy your Spectacles at the
Trvn a I .IT JTTAVHTATOnw
NEAR THE RAILROAD DEPOT
THE Daily'Bui'iAPlyfDKb'icw-ecn Coshocton
.mil iUiiuisuuit:i ai"M www
fiirand kind attention Is promised t
"I will try" Come you and see.
undersigned has takes thcabove tavern
JL stand, washed, painted and paperedit'aaf.
lunusuca 11 anew, ana expecu 10 Keep: nucu
a house as tbe wants of the traveling public
demand., Try it and judge. M. FJKEj
July 8, 1855 v2n46tf.
(1 OIiO PENS The new supply which
X we haie ju l received, embraces nine vari
eties in size, and every possible grade in flexi
bility, hardness, 5-c. For sale at tbe
July 1, 1858. BOOK STORE.
J Watches just received aud for sale cheap
July29ih, 1658 v2n49tf.
A LITTLE THE B1GEST and most fashion
able lot of Ladies jewelry ever in Millers
burg just arrived and to be given away for a tri
fle above first oost at COOKS.
July 29th 1858 v2n49tf
THE ONLY PLACE TO GET theennine
article of German Silver spoons is at
Jnlv 29ib, 1858 v2n49tf
THE PLACE TO GET YOl'B Watches and
jewelry repaired at a lair price is at
July 29th, I83Sr-vSn49tr ,, j s
THE PLACE WHERE THEWheelsdo posi
tively go round is at
July 29th, 1858 v2n49tf
XH. D. C. PECK'S
FGR THE CURE OP
ALL DISEASES, OF ...THE.,, SCALP.
-IT ALSO -PREVENTS -TH E- itl
ntrHrorn falling' 0ff
IN ALL CASES.
?"Thi'5 urenaration contains neither Oil
nor Alkalies, both of whiGh aro injurious to the
PREP Alt EU ONEY
BY THE PROPRIETORS
IX C. PECK & CO.,
Nashville, Teun., and St. IiOnls, Mo.
For sale at the BOOKSTORE, Mill'ersbnre,
September 9. 1858. v3n3tf.
IBON CITY COItOIEKCIAI.. COLLEGE.
PiriSBCEcn, Pa. - - - Cbikted 1S55.
300 Students attending January, 1858.
NO W tbe largest and most thorough Commercial School
.of the United Stitrs. Yoking jnta prepared for tc
tuitf duties of the Connting Koom.
J. c. .SMITH, JU jl- ran. ot uooi seepisg ana ocienco
A. T.Docsitett, Teacher of Antomeua ana cemmer-
J. A. Hxtdkick and T. c. Jrxxi.vs, leacnen oi isooe.
kP''- , . v,
A. COWLKT ana U. ilJlllier, V1., ui cuuiauouiij.
SIN'CI.E AND DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK-KEEPING,
As'used in' every department of business.
COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC RAPID BUSINESS
WRITING DETECTING COUNTERFEITMONEY
Amtnni-ht. and all other saMects necessarr for the suc
cess and thorongh edacatinn of a practiete business man.
Tlrum all lhe nrprriiuma in Pittsbnrih for tho' psst
three year?, also in Eastern and Western Cities for tha
. IMPORTANT -IKORflLAT-IOH. w .
Stadpnts enteral any time No vacation Time unlimit
ed Review at pleasure Graduateaasflsted in obtaining
situations Tuition tor Full Commercial Course, 35,00
Average time S to as.Weels Board $2,50 per, week Sta
tionery, $SCK Entire cost, $600 to $70 00
Xff aiioislcrB sonarcceirjru ai price.
Kor Card Circular Specimens "of Bussiness and Orna
mental Writing Inclose two stunps, aud address
'. W. JENK1.N3, HlUburgh, ra.
Sept. 2, 1858--v3n2.
rREPfVRED UY DIwSaNDFOM), .
Compounded entirely froa GUMS,
"S ONE OF THE BEST PUG ATI VE A.VDlliVEXE-
ICIN'RSnowlMifore tbenublic that acts m a, Cathartic
easier, milder, and more eiiectuai loan aor otner medi
cine knotrrx. It is not only a Cathartic, but a-ircr reni
reniedr. actine first ou tho Lnver, W ejet-t its morHd mat
ter, then on tbe Btomach and hovels to carry off that
critter, thus accoxnTlihinz two purpowt cffertoallT.
nithont auy of tbe painful fee.ioeB experienced ia the-
operation of most Cathartics, it sirtDgtuens tnej9yteu
at tbe same time tbat it purges it; and when taken daily
in miderate:doFe?;will strengthen &nd 'build.it up 'with
The Liver ia ono ofj
the priocipil reoUtors
the system, are Tally de
almost entirely.' denend-
tious well, tho powern of fir I
Tl.o Kfnm'nfh U nW
ent on the health action Jj
ner cerformance of ItsVI
nf the Xtrcr-fur the pro
Tanctions;when the fitom
are at taut Land the whole
axh is t fault, tho bontLs
svstem sullers in conse- pp"
the I,lver having ceas-p
the diseases of thatorgan.'jf
has made it his stttdv, in ai
qaenee of one onran '
eu io a lis auij. t or
one oi me proprietors
pracuce ,oi more man
twenty years, to find soroe!s
counteract the many1 de- tfa
remedy wherewith toJ
rangemeoU ,to .wbiehit
is uaoie. r
To nrove that this rem-
edy i3 found, any person
Complaint, in any
a bottle, and ennriction is
trnnbled with LiVOTiW
of its forms, has but to trylv
morbid or bad matter
from the system,suppiyinrf
flow of Wle, invi?oratingp
food to digest well, pur-
giving tone and health to;ssM
movintrthe causa of theifSlf
in their place a healthy
tbe stomach, causing
ifyincr the blood.
,the' whole machinery, re
dwcase cured, and, ivhat Is
better, prevented, j
One dose atter eatini: is ftm.
uis occasional nse oi xoe
afficient to rrlieTe tbe
atnTnnrh and nreient theiss'i
food from rising and soar
fore retiring, prercnts
nlr one dose taken be'
Unly one aose lauea ai
gently, and cures Cos-
night, loosen the bowels
une aose laaen aiier
each meal wil cure Dj"8
shoonfulls will alwaja
E"One dose of two tea
reliere SiflC IlCaCll-
(Ino boltle taken for re
male obstruct ion a re
disease, and makes a per-
moves the caoso or tne
Only one doso ioimetii'
ately relieves GbolIct
is a sore euro for Chol
prerentireofCaolero needed tbrow'ontof the
One dose often repeated
crn IrlorbiiSj ana a
ETSTOnlv one bottle l
vstera the'etfi'cts of inedi-l
cine aftor a long aid-
Jnnndlee removes all
HiUowness or nnnatoral
color from the skin.
time before eatine rives
VUC UMBO HMU -I
Tfor to the appetite, and
'makes f-Mid disgesteell.
une nose oiien rep,nw.u
rlioen in its various torm.vj
while summer and
almost to the first dose,
attacks caused WORMS
Bowel complaints yield
One or twodones curec
Children; tnere u po
surer, safer, or speediec
A fwbnttlos cures DltOPY,
by exciting tne absorb-
Mtx water In tho mouth with the Irrrlzontor. and
swallow both together.
THE LIVER INVIG0RAT0R
A SCIENTIFIC MEDICAL DISCOVERY, and Is dallH
working cures, almost too great to believe It cures as u
magic, r I Ac jSrst dost gitiap btnefit, and seldom
tore luau one oome is reuuirea in euro any Rina oi
.1VER Complaint, from the worst Jatndut or Dyrjxptia
a common Htadacke. all of which are the result of a
1'KlCS ODE DOLLAR PIR BOTTLI.
AANFORD & CO, Proprietors, W5 Ilroadway, X. T.
Hants & Tark. New TorktT. W. Droit fcSon. Philadel
phia; M. S. Durr i: Co- Boston! II. II. liars 4 Co,
'ortland: John D. Park. CltiMnnstl: (arlard & Ham
mond, Cleveland; Fahnelock i Darls, Chicago; O. J.
Wood Co, St. Louis: (Jeorgo II. Kf ysor, rittsbnrgh;
S.IIancc, Baltimore. Sold also at tho BOOK STORE,
rob..!.'., JfttS S7U.
Buy your Spectacle nt the
THE ATLANTIC CABLE!
A PIECE OF THE CABLE IN MIXLERSBTJRG,
COME AND SEH2T. " ' .
THE FT EST I1ST MAEKET!
IS NOW RECEIVING A VERY IiAR0E AND
EXTRA CHEAP STOCK OF FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
HIS STOCK being very large its is impoble to give a list 0f goods nnd prices, T.nH c
has the goods and will never nl IWhim self to be nnder soldbfahy other hocsefn thiT
cmnty. His goods were seleofed wjth great ca. and taste and he h-ajusttho-kind of goods1 Ton
all want and at pnecs that will draw thoattention of alarge scope ofcouutrv Hisstockis 'fall
and complete. Everything from aueedkMo a hogshead of jSugar. Having had oer 20 years
experience in the Dry Good Trade which has given me the advantage or large acquaintance with
the largest Jobbing and Commission Mercliants in the Easfrn Cities.whrch in mylarge purchase
gi-3 nie great advantages in presentingray friends and customers vitb. a cheap and well selectr
STOCK OF GOODS WHICH WILL COMPARE
With any in this Sfttion of Ohio.and I ask leave to tender my sinerrc tbanks'to my old frieridif &
customers fortheir very liberal-patronage which they have extended to me tor the last sevenyears,
and I ask the continnence of tbe same for tbe timn tn mm -whirl, -n-ni nnoT,To n. .t nil :
offer them goods at prices tliat cannot be surpassed in any other house in this section rtf the State.
Millersburg. O., 1858 v3n4tf. JACOB CHERRYHOEMES.
Corner of Clay and Jackson Streets.
TBE LATEST ARRIVAL
THe suoscriber wonld respectfully announce
to the citizens of Holmes cor.nty, and "the
rest of mankind" whom it may' concern that
they are now receiving and opening a new and
splendid stock of
Fall and Winter Goods!
Many of whicli were bought of the manufac
turers and their agents at prices heretofore un
looked for. We flatter ourselves that our ac
qifaintnrfce with the business houses of the East
is of some advantage to.us though it is'sshade
than t9 mars standing, but-wo 'preteny to
keep up -with the- timeSrand our experience;
STYLES AND PRICES OF GOODS
Would change, about 38 timesrinl 9 years so
that our youth is no disadvantage to us. We
will try and find the lowest price and -
13 est 6ap9
Each timv Oar ?toc3r roill be found complete
in everythmg b'ut ' . A
ATLANTIC. CABLE. "
We n.iTe f(iT the Ladieacrery style ,jof
Including Plain andJFancv MerinoTool De
laine, MnslmDelaihc.CamWgs. Alpacas, Ging
hams, Plaiaiand Brocade Black Silks; Fancy
Silks, Robe'.a Quilles, Kobe.'Yplentmep;Valcn
tias, and 99 other styles; troche.' Stella, Silk,
Talma and Long Shawls Cloaks and Furs;
and for Gentlemen, evervthihe in the war of
Dtxkts? Haft afidCopsiiAt;:;. V Wekeepra '
a large lot of
BOOTS AND SHOES:
At the old -prices; AJlyk&ik-ojiGrQeerics
wflion were Dougni at me lowest pnecs anu
win ne soia ine snonest proms.
Also. Qneenswiire, Ghss Ware, Sole 'Leather,
Salt, fcc., fec. Give us a call before leaving
town. JUULVAAJi t SZL.t Kiuwt;.
ilillersburg, October 7, 1P58. v3n7tf:
Fall and Winter Goods !
TO which Uie attention of buyers H respect
fullv solicited, ily stock consists of Amer
ican aud Foreign Prints. Wool Delains. Meri
nos, Coburgs, Dress Silks, Urocha, Stella and J
Woolen Shawls, Brown-and BIcacueU JjusJms,
Cloths nnd Cassimereajf
Groceries. tc, Ac.
Cash Paid for all kinds of
,500 Basliels of Flax Seed Wanted.
For which tho highest price in Cash will be
paiti ai .
Sept. 23, l85SAv3n5tf.
GOEjD PENS For letter witing, adapt
ed ,to uaifofni aSd'-raped. wr5ting,;'some
very flexible with smooth points. No one can
fail to be suited from the new soppy just' re
ceived. For Sale at lhe BOOK STORE.
GOLiD PENS For Book-keepers, com
bining durability, good finish hnd smooth
ness. Those persons" the most difficult t snit
will be sure to find the pen wanted from the
new supply just received at the
Julv 1. 1853. BOCK STORE.
C. H ATT
IS ON HAND AGAIN
WITH. A NEW LOT OF
BOOTS & SHOES.
KINDS OF LEATHER.
LASTS AND F1NDINCS,
- V?n5ch.'-iill:besold-alr'. '
II WILL, he tWnks.'boio the futerest'of those
who wish to buy any thing in his line to
come and examine his stoc.lt before buying
Sept. 29, 1S55. v3nCtf.
w c tire IDC oiiiy .fii-uin wi i
C. S. MALRBY'S Q
For Millersburg, Zfl
and adjoining towns, j
Bnv your .Oysters ol us and yoaj .
will be SUJrLZE3 1o get
GOOD ONES, h
nun niffwrnn f'
SECURELY PAGKED M
i-jsr ice ,
From the time they leave 5 lJ
BALTIMORE j HH
until we receive them and then 5 '
they are kept in our
where Ovsteis were never lcnown?
to spoil. XH.-WALKUP..
Don't mind what they tell yon at the first
Oyster shop .East otns.
"Sept. 23. 1858 v3n5tf.
To Teachers. "
rpili; Board of Examiners of Holmes county.
X O., will bold a meeting, in Millersburg on
the 30th of October, antf tho,20tb..of November.
A. V. 1858, for the examination of Teachers,
under the act to-proyidu fir the reorganization,
supervision and maintenance of Common Schools
past MarcVISM." "
Sept. a. ai. T. AyunuavA.juieiK.
'VTOTICE is hereby given tbat the buoenber
v h,.n Hi.lv nDDointed and analined as
adininUtnilor of tho istate of Benjamin. Bra
den. dec. ,.,. r,T, . r.r.v-
September 23, 1853. v3n6tf.
400 Bushels Wanted
BIG COFFEE POT.
Buy your Spectacles at the
PEKFOliSfANCE EVERY DAY
SUNDAYS EXCEPTED I
Doors Open at Half-past 6 A.M.--:Per-formances
Commence at 7. 1
CHILDREN HALF PRICE
No Postponement on Account of Weat&er.
At Koch's Cheap Comer!
"ITTHERE are nowjopening and ready for ex
VV hihition one of tie, largest and prettiest
Fall and Winter Goods,
ever before offered in this marfcet. to which
the attention of those wishing to purchase is re
spectfully invited before buying elsewhere. It
is uses to try to enumerate our stoclc, but,
among it may be found such goods as
French Merinos. Figured do.. Cobergs, All
Wool Delaine, Broehe, Stella, MEntillaand all
Wool Shawls. Woolen Plaids, Alpaccas? Eng
lish asd American Prints.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES I
This department we pay jjartfeularaltention. to
aird offer a complete stoclr of all styles and (trades
of Cottcn. Lambs Wool. 3ferina' and Kilfc for
Ladies, Gentleman and Misses and, Boys.
Children's Woolen Hoods
LADIES' RIGOLETS AND CAPES, "
Dress Trimmings, Black Silks.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
CASMEBES & CLOTHS,
Janes, Tweeds, Sainet(s, Ac Ac- Cloth
Cloaks for Ladies. Gents Shawls, Plain and
fancy Dress SilVs.
HITS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES,
BROWN AND BLEACHED MUSLINS
CoffeeTea, Sugar; Molasses, Syrbps, Spices',
We have a. large stoclr of new and feshiona
Me goods,, serviceable and. handsome, and we
ccn't be undersold br any establishment this'
side 'of Pittsburgh.
taten in exchange for goods
price paid there for.
Sept. 23, 1853. v3n5t.
and the highest
.1. E. KOtiH.
FOR expressing tho juice from ,tha Scrgom
Cane can .be. fooad at.the.shop of
CURTIS, BARRETT & CO:,
And Mill work and all kinds of castings made
on short notice'.
CURTIS. BARRETT 4 CO.
Wooster, Sept. 191858 v3n4. ,
MORTON'S GOLD PEE
A LAP FULL.
All the sizc. -Every Pen warranted
3Iy 17. lS58-43tf. " atFRtlj.
All aboHt an. Umbrella.
trhile fttrof.Inx'out the otbr " '
Bejond the Biit RoU tri,
I overtook upon the war,
A little man In black."
Jait m I paved, tho evrning liy, '
With cload became o'ercaat, 'j
And o'er the hills I crald deacrT,' x
With all dispatch I hite and flee, :
la hope that soon Td gain
A honse or wall, or e'n a tre.
To ahelter from the rain. . .
Jnst then ipolo out my little Mend,
And aaid, -Hold. mj dear fellow,
A part of mjr Cmhrella.
Twaa Urge, rice, and eorered ni o'er
lie nid he booght.lt at tbe Book Store
Where tier had the larceat assortment of SItk
Ana epi o ry
Gingham and Cotton Cmbrellaa; Paruol a, Ban Shades,
Fana, 4c, that he erer aaw and the cheapest too.
1'ot de rot, tn rallooj to bo jure.
Bot yonr UrabrelUa at the Book Store.
particularly called to the American Manu
factured WATCHES !
triiich for accuracy in time, simplicity of con
struction, and durability is the'
FIRST IN THE WOULD!
recommend them to our patron with perfect
confidence. Every watch is carefully regula
ted and warranted.
GALL AND SEE THEM
With every variety of imported watches, all ot
which win defy ONE HORSE Competition.
Sim of the hnte GOLD WATCH oppwdt
Court Hios Villmburg. Ohio.