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How George became a Teetotaler
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A flbortUisne since;i young maniliving
in Ogdensburgb, K. whosejiame we
bliali call GeOTgoTtcJoE dnnlltig rather"
wore than usual, and some of Jis, friends
endeavored to cure him. One day when
ha triwin-CrnerloiBS condilionT'theygot
1.!m frt-'lrAnm' "tlr? Trm rrmn nLA ' rrrwr.
sing about hnum tFemensPdirectTnc
theirieniarkalo him. and-telKnsrbiro-wliat
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fea'rful"objeclst such 'aS lsnaWe's awT" rats,
were.aJwnTs'seen by2"jbo , victims ptjy.
horrible disease- When the conversation
bad feaxed high on this theme, onq of ' the
number stepped out of the room, and from,
a trap which was al bnnd, let a large rat
into the room. None" of his friends apear
ed.to.see.it, but the young man wEo -was
to be the! -victim, siezedjalchair and hurled
"iy.te ralj.MmpJetelyjisingjip.the piece.
ofJftmjurB inlhl operation Another
chairlh'areS the same fatewlien his friends
siezed. him, and with terror depicted in
their faces, demanded to know what was
"Wby don't you sea that cussed big rat f
said he, pointing to the animal, which, af
ter the manner of ratsAyas making ila way
around the room, close'to the walls.
Thej all saw, jt, but all replied that they
didn't see. it ''there .was no rat,"
"But there isl" said he ,as another chair
went to pieces in nn ineffectual attempt to
crush the obnoxious vermin.
At this momeut.they again "seized him,
and after a terific scuffle, threw him down
on the floor, and with terror in their faces
"Charley , run-for the doctor!"
Charley started for the door, when Georgo
desired to be informed ' what the devil was
"Up," said they, " why you've got the
Charloy'opened t6e door to go out, when
George raised himself on his. elbowj and
"Charley, where are you going?''
"Goiuc for the doctor." - -
Going for a doctor," rejoined George,
"for what!" -'
"For what!" repeated-' Charley, . "why,
you've got the delirium lrems",'
"The delirium tremens- Jiavet have I,"
repeated, Geonre i'How do you know I've
jjui mo ueuriuin tremens;
-'Easy. enough," said Char)ey,r "you've
commenced seeiuff. rats.;'
"Seeing rats 1" said George, in a sort of
musing -way "seeing rats. ,-tninK you
must beTnislaken, Charley."
"Mistaken !" said Charley.
"Yei; mistaken," replied George. "J"
ain't.the man Haven't seenaratP'
The boys let George up. after that, and,
from that' day to lb is he has not touched
a-glasauofjiquor, and,-"Aan' seennq raU
- Not th'e' first rMXz-'Boston' 'Courier. 'T
. Veils Versus Boknets. The editor
of the Utica N. Y. Herald now abroad
writes irom Genoa) thus: - -
It is sometimes pleasant to have a had
memory. Thus, although I had read I
presume fifty: times that the ladies of Ge
noa' were veils' instead bf bonnets, I had
quite forgotten all about it, and ilie phe
nomenon struck mei with all the pleasant-
force 01 a new revelation. It is something
quite novel and sensational to -find troops
of beau'tifill women, dlegan'tJyL .dressed;
promenading the, streets, with their long
airy white, veils that seem rather to, flutter
over than touch the bead and then drop
wavily down over the shoulders. And
her6I.mightr,a3"'ellr:stop ,to uttef.my'
Bolemn proli'against bonnets. inAgenefa
and. -those abominable siriyreneb'lionnets
of,the;present.day in particular. .vTheyare
tbe'tane and curee of bea'dtyi 'They make
dolls of one hSt'ot our wonierZ and frights
of the other. - .They act Jike aa eclipse up;J
on ajjeauuiui. iace, otscuriDg one xiiair , .its
loveliness. I'wonder tho veil has, become
universal. It is incomparably the most be
coming and tasteful bead-dress in existence.
It brightens beauty, itsuftens hoinelihess,
it gives-character to tue ,rnostcomraon
place'of faces" Beneath its wavy folds de-
forniitydlself loses Jialfuts repufsiveness.
In. addition to. all, it gives a certain coquet
tishnesa of appearance to the wearer, which,
deny it, prosy old bachelors as we will, con-,
slilulos.bue of the crowning charms of the
softer sex. But the milliners are auainst
me,. and I.know .that my.preachinar is vain.
. JC3T If a good act benefits no one else
it benefits the. doer.
iSfAAvimjs like snony tha..8ofter it
falls, and'tlie-longer it 'dwells upon, the
deeper it sinks, into, the mind.
gST Mister, I say, I suppose' you don't
know of nobody who don t want to litre
nobody to do nothing, don't you f The
answei -was '.'Yes. I don't.":
S3" "Pnt," said a gentlenian to liis ser
vant, (tivhat?s all thai noise in the stieel?"
"Ob, nothing, sir! they're only forcing a
man to turn volunteer."
3TA man was charged with stealing
a piece of cloth,; when the lawyer put in as
plea that the individual charged with steal
ing could not see it, for it was an invisible
B5T "See there!" exclaimed a returned
Irish soldier to a gaping crowd, as he ex
hibited, with some pride, his tall hat with
a bullet hole in it. "Look at that hole,
will you i You see that if had been a
low crowned bat I should have been killed
JC3TA. Hibernian had como far to see
Niagara, and while begazed upon it a friend
asked him if it was, not the most wonderful
thing he had ever seen. -To1 which he re
plied, "Never a bit, man,,. never. a. Tiit!
Sure its no wonder at all' that the watber
should fall down there, for I'd like to know
what could hinder it."
S3T Charles F. Aditms has been nom
inated by-l ha -Republicans to represent-in
Congress he" Third "MaSSachusetUjdistrictj
so long aiid honorably represented by his
father, the Ex-President. A nomination
of this kitjd js-eguiyslenttoan election.
The last time Mr. Adams turned up before
the people" was on the Van Bureu ticket for.
Lady Killed by a Casxon Bali
As the officers of the U. 8. Arsenal at
rankford, Penn., were testing, on Thurs
day, 30th ult., n mortar loaded with, an
ounce of powder and a twenty four pound
ball, Mrs; Eigot, tho wife of the Superin
tendent of the. Arsenal, passed within ranga
at a distance of about one hundred yards
just as the pieoo wos discharged, and was
' Is'fbBfiaHED KVEKT!THCRSDA-Vr,f"
W$TzTr;TuiB DooEoun or Jacxmx
MlijiaXiitbrs U Kvi, OHIO.
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CT" AdrtrtieroenU leaded, or Inserted nnder the
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in au cases except ai me option oi xne paoiisner.
NEW HARDWARE STORE!
S.R. WEIRICH & BRO.,
riiAKE pleasure in informing the' people of
xjoitnrs ana nuirainmir cDimiies "nit mcv
har.e.opehedlif.the town.of Millereburg, ' V
A- Hardware Store.
Where mar bo found a general n&soriment
of English, German and American Hardware,
consisting m part of Iron and N.-iils, Paints,
Oils, Sash, Glass, Putty. tc. tc. A eood stoct
of Saddlery, Coach Trimmings, Oil Clothcs.tc.
tc. Also r arming imjilHinents. Table and
Pottet Catlerj.-Canienters Tools, and in fact
everything astiallj-iMnnd in. a complete' Hard
ware establishment, to- which the attention of
thosp, yishintjto Jbuysr-espeettcHy iuritedrj
Thpir 8fo're is ih'-the' new fi-aine-biiilding3 op
posite the Empire iHnuse, on Jackson Street,
iney lnrucan examination 01 tneir stock
May 13, 1858 2ri38tf.
Buy your Spectacles at
CSKD TO THE
THE GREAT" EKGEISH REMEDY.
SIB .JAMES CXrJRKE'S
CELEBRATED TEMAIiE PIUS
Prcpccfflifrbin,aprccrijwh of Sir . J. WatkciMl
jj tyiysicianjzxtraorawary w wic yuccn.
FT1HI5 Inraluable medicine is unfailing In the cere of
I all those painrulAnddaogerous diwjisesto whirk the
fl'inale coustitution la subject. It moderates mil excess,
and removes all obstructions, xnu & speaay euro ma.
TO MARRIED LADIES
it Is peculiar) suited. It will. In a short time, bring on
the monthlr neriod withreflrnhuitr.
Each bottle, price One Dollar, be&ra the Corernment
Stamp of Great Uritainto prevent counterfeits.
Thtw Pill should not be taten br females durlnrth'
First Tkrte Mouth of Pregnancy, as thej are sure to
bring on Mlarriage; but at any other time they are wife.
In all ca.es of Nerrou and Spinal Affection, Pain in
ine caccana iamnfiriaiigueon Fiigutexeruont raipua
tionoftbe Heart, Hysterics and Whites:, these Pills will
euect a cure wben au otner means bare wiled; and, al
though a powerful remedy, do not contain fron, calomel,
antimony, oranrthlcif hurtful to the constitution.
Fall directions In the pamphlet around each package,
wmcn snouia ue c&reiuiiy preervea.
These pillicanpn be obtained from the agents
Woostr. Ofato. EncWe oni dollar and aix poat&re
stamriA,to tbelr addrn and jnn yrill receire one bottle
(ConnaenTLUivj nrrnarn mau.
WAGON AND BUGGY
Formerly Van Coren. Coshocton county, O.
rpHE subscriber bavins had a Ions cxperT
I ence ia the Manufactory of Wagons and
Bucgies, would say to tlie f 'ai ruers of Holmes
county; that he-is prepared to furnish them
WAGONS AND BUGGIES,
Of any style. We are now furnishing wagons
with Iron Axles which we recommend tor uu-
rablility and light-running Ihe-two nicst im
portant thingsabout a wagon to farmers,
Wagons ''worth frohr .$70..to $125. made ol.
good material in a wortraaniiKe manner,
The Blacksmithlnc'will be done in- the most
approved jnanner, a3 we have, an experienced.
smim to ao it.
Journey marf wagon rdakers wanted.
July 8, 1858 v2n46m6
Buy your Spectacles at the
T ESPECTFULLV informs his old friends
JLv and the public generally, that he lias re
turned bi his old head quarters at the
In MilU-rsburg, O. WhicVhe has 'refitted and
refurnished from cellar to earrct. Travelers
will find it a "Home for the Weary."
July 8, 1858 v2n46tf.
II 18 TO admire something beautiful. Then
ifyou have a spare hour to spend in town,
don't fail to call and see the New Stock of .fash
ionable JJbJ W ULHY,
Flashing gold chains. Lockets, Keys; Breast
pins, Ear Drops. Cuff Buttons, Fit.gcr Kings.
Silver wire, American Cutlery. Port Monnais,
Sewing Birds. Spectacles, Notion, &c. tc.
a- A,, .... :.. T?!VU
iltSlllCSb III UMWJ ni A'.A4 u.
Sign of the BIG. WATCH, Milleraburg, O.
Mayl7,"1858 43tf' A
BKICE FOR 'SALE.
''pHE undersigned respectfully infonns the
-Jt puunu huh. imiiivi nuw ua jidu ui iim
dence, 1 miles' Eat of Milleraburg on the
Berlin rosd, a fiu lot of BricV,suuubI for
.building and othecpuiposes. which hn offers at
a reasonable price. ' R0BEHTOEHOUN.
JuV 13, 1?S8 -2nt7tf.
DEALXS IN ALL KINDS OF
Opposite the Court House.
jThe highest price in CASH paid for all
KiniUot uounuja nxiuce.
July 1.1858: -rf2n45tf
TIAUMGAKEKER'S BBAZILIAX PEC
J3 TOKAL, OR GREAT SOUTHERN
KEMEDV, for the cure of all diseases of the
Lungs and Heart Colds, Coughs Influonza,
crocp, Asmma, uromc iiroucmus, i uoouih
Couch. Xeuralcia of tho Larviix and Win:
Pine. Pleurisy. Pneumonia, Chronic Valvular,
disease of the heart, Palpitation of the Heart
either from nervous debility or valvular disease
and Incipicrd Voiuumytion. Consumptives in
the advanced stages of the disease, are greatly
benehtted by the use ot tins remedy, being ren
dered comfortable if not cured.
The peculiarities of the Lraallian Pectoral
are inai it allays L.ougn. uimuusues uie, ire
quency of the'pulse without prostration, wheth'
er the result of inflammatory or nervous debili
tv; thereby being an appropriate remedy for
the roost delicate as -well as the most robust.
Instead of merely palliating the couch and ar
resting the expectoration (as many coughs syr
ups do, thereby causing pulmonary congestion
and, in many instances, laying the basis of more
serious disccscs.) it faciliatcs expectoration and
the -elimination of poisonous matter till the
.Lungs nave acquired uicir lieaiay action.
Price,25 cents, 50 cents, and 1,00 per bottle.
BAttM GARDXER 'S SUGAR COATED
CATHARTIC, PILLS, are an infallible
remedy for the' cure of Nervous-and Sick Head
nrlie. CostivpnreK. Piles. Ervsinrlas. Rheuma
tisra, Gout.-r Liver Complaints, Jaundice Dy-
pepsui. Aeuralgia, scroiuia, teiier.bau.iuieum,
tysentery Diarrhea. Dropsy, Wtums, ic., tc.
i-nce, 2o cenispcr oox.
T - -j '
ZinRES Tetter, liurns. Scalds; Wounds,
VBruises, Rheuinatiism. Lumbaco Pleurisy
Pnenmoniai Diarrhea, Dyscrery", Colic, Cholera
JUorbus,.t;n)up, dimcull llreatning, Uinltilains,
Corns, Spasms of the Muscles, Face and Limbs,
Stiff Joints. Sprains, Cuts, Bowel complaints,
riles, cc, ec. i rice, la cts per bottle.
The proprietors would not. be found recom'
mendine their remedies for the enre of any dis
eases, excepf:ihosein whicli'they "arejltnown 6
possess undoubted virUies, and in which they
have been tested. Numorous! reliable1 certificates-
might be .adduced, .which' they forbear.
publishing at tnis time.
The above Medicines are 3Ianufactured and
J. Hi BAUMGARDNER, & Co.,
And are Sold by nne Asrent in each Vilhure m
the County and by all respectal)Ie Druggists
inrougnoui ine unirca st.ttes.ina uan.ia.xs. Al
so at tne uuuri. h rums m JMillersburg, u,
June 4. leots vynm3.
Buy yoiir Spectacles at the
AWAITS has removed his Tailor shop
fromthe Post Office building, to tberoom
over J. Cary-'s Auction room, one; doorr west of
v ciriCK s Hardware store, where he will be
happy to wait on his old customers and as ma'
ny new ones as may favor him with their pat
CUTTING DONE TO ORDER.
July 15,858 v2n47ra"G.
Buy your Spectacles at the
VICTORIOUS OVER PAIS.
MAfiG'S llll 'I'll' IJ;llli:,T.
. Ajonr or tone I Sickness or
art tlie qyestions inrolreu in the
auopiiouor n-jecuon oi tins fpc
cifie.br' tlieuimrtrr!! to exterual
diseases tind injuries Hating rc-
cetveu me iiiuutcnieiit or iiiodia
tininii.ietl saran. tho lato J)r.
KASKf nnI iUcflicacjtetetl dur
ing two Awiui uiutersin lue re
gfon or etcnial ice, It is now com
ing into grwral use in etcrjr sec
tion of Die civilized globe, aihWU
xnarrelotr cures are crcrjwbere
THE AFFLICTED ItEJOIGE.
nuxnitErs ai.a TiiousaNns
linve textcil ill Tirtiicit, nml an
rejiKctug in freedom from long
liuerhig l'AIN and MbEASK.
nbicU utlier remedies liutl filed
to cure, ltare win the IH'OX
atlTlS," NhUltAliilA, KHir
MATISM, fcC'KOl I'lJl, E,U
r Tl)OTll-AClI--Are j ou
alllicte.1 wilh ul.1) SOItfS JSuf
reriiig'from UKUISKS, SI'ltAlNS,
cor.xs, soitK Kris,rjiJ23r
THE ARCTIC LINIMENT
trill alTord. 3011 iustaut reliet
Kt'crrbtKlr in liable to
FortheRo flreadfiil accMcnls tlie
Al'XTIC" 1JNDIKNT rliould he
Lcjt on IinuO, fur itnfTunh sure
and hum filiate relief, oflcn hav
ing from death. l'er uleam
Ixiat and mi I road train Miould
keep it. AVJio tliat lian Iiennl tli
Kliriehs bf nngiuvli ulteied by tlio
KCaMed and nuiiincd licIintK of
cxiWi.ni and colliMmt,les not
feel that some menus or relieving
their lorlure hlninld alnaji bts
ncceHMblo 1 8iiclidocHexlHtititIit4
tialinjialn cotitrulliiigageut. 11U
THE MOTHERS' C0MPAH10N.
It cures CAKHS IX TOE
nilKAST, tOUK KIIT1.E3,
dies who prize a pure fkin,
and nil discolratin.s mid ex
crescenccfl. rliould attack
fi tliese tieiiaMtent on U-atilr'a
domain ns(K)nftj( lliej npiienr
wiui uie .MiLiiu i.i,-siii'i.
It is excellent for Uie Ilnir,
girtnj; it n Iienltlijr, gloxwjr ap
pearance. It it
GOOD FOR MAN AND BEAST.
It la a siiTerelgn remedy foi
Hie- various dimiH!, with
Inff the mwtnliirmingc&ieAcT
BKUISKS, SI'ItAINS, STItlNG
HAI.T, WOUWIS. bCRATCn
K, SWKKNT, SI'A VJ,V, R1NU
BO.NE, BIG-IIEAI, lt)IJ,
EVII, ke. No tanner, livery
atnbte keeper, or any person
.owntn'ff 'falu nble HOltSHS,
fdioutd be nitliout tula talua
For ante by all respectable Druggists and Dealers.
Prices Of til. TJnTm.nf S int. M lnl .ml SI tL hftt.
Ue. A OnB-dallnr hittllA rnnlnlns ns mrU liniment as
eight twenly.Qte-cent bottles
Eiery pnrcliaser ot a dollur buttle of tlie AltCTlC I1K-
tvr receives, at Dr. Brarir's
eipeuse, tlie UMTr.D
STATES JOURVAL, of New Voik, for one jear.
Journal Is a large illustrated luiper endi number con
taining sixteen pages, beautifully printed on clear wliit
paper, and filled with original matter lrom tlie most bril
liant writers of the country. Certificate of subscription
full, particulars of the norel and pliilsntlirnpic en
terprise, or which this offer forms a part, wilt accompany
An AGENT WANTED In EVERY TOWN and YIIJ.AGE.
BBAOO & BURHOWES, St. Louis, Mo.
" Krw VnsrOmnt. No. Ml BKLU)WAY.
Commonications should always be ftddressod to' St. Louts.
Jlnrch 4, 1P59 v2D29tf.
WE have just received a supply of Piano
Fortes of the best Jfanulactorv in the
united Statcs-aniLwc. offirtherato.the DeoDl.
of OhiojindHoImes.Co.,- atlfex Vork prices,
no charce for freiirht. We warrant them. Vi'e
fecl certaih.tliat.we caiTgive satisfaction, iti the
seiecuon oi an instrument- ve also keep on
of our own rcanaDicturing and from the Factory
of Carhart Needham ifc Co., Ifew York. We in--vite
all to call and see these instruments when
visiting n ooter. at the Arcadome.
J. H. BAUilGARDNEIl A Co.
Woosfcrriray Iri85tt-v2n40m3. "
Buy 5 qurr Spectacles .at the
f - - Book. Store.
PRESERVE YOUR TEETH.
T E. ATKINSON, sun
tl GEON DENTIST, can still
be found in Millersburg prepared
to perform every operation in his line of bust
He is" prepared to sefhalf and whole sets on
tue Litest improved plan,
without tlie aid of raefalic plates, and will war;
rani a pcncci hi in everv case.
Heh.is'in his employ the best workmen in
Porcelain, in the citv of Cleveland ko Ili.-it .ill
who wish can have the most beautiful denture,
pure and sweet to the taste, no metalic or gal
vanic action can oe produced by it.
So come on all who are in want and lie sat
isfied by J. E. ATKIXSOX
Jlay 13, lfcWJ van3tl.
THE STEAM FOUNDRY
STILL IN BLAST!.
THE subscriber liavDg secured the services
of an old experienced Plow Blocker, he is
prepared to furnish the best tot ud Pluw in all
this region of country. In his List of Plows
may be found the llassillon Eagle, J. Long's
Improved Holmes CO.. Buck-Eye,and old Hisor
i'lows. 1 would invite especial attention to my
rauern rarra uaie, wnicn ior cneapness, conve
nience and durability, is unsurpassed.
'1 -J:U. VAJN iJUUUHLiiJjf
nr cvr -iota n.r i , .
y nwpr-vji jtuu. . , f 'xji
New lime Kiln!
HPHE subscriber respectfully runonnces that
J be uas onened a new 1,1 rue All i on the form
of Henry Uhl, on the road leading from Milleih-
biirg to Danville, about tliree miles from the
former Pacc- lie iajiqw, ready to supply all
mat may- aesire it, wn a gixio aructe'Oi-
at prices as reasonable as it can be cot else
where. The Lime furnished by me is first rate
or no pay asked. WILLI A31 JJEES
iiay au, lo. van4U.
Buy your Spectacles, at the.
New Spring Goods!
GOOD STYLES AND GOOD QUALITY
Going, Going, Gone!
"PERSONS very desirous of obtaining good
ju Bargains in gooas are requcsic 10 call on
WERUM, IN BERLIN,
He is now opening his new stock of Spring
snd Snmmer Goods, and as thev were lionirut
clicap, lie can anil will sell them cheap. Goods ofj
the same ilcscnptipn sold as cheap as they can
be bouglitin Massilon or Siillersbunr. or any
other of the .small towns in this part of Ohio.
iomc ana see.
. 'wool wanted
For which the highest market price in Cash
win oe paid. r. wjiKUJl.
April Id, IHSH vSJn34tf. -
TO THE PUBLIC.
A NEW TAVERN
IN SHANES YILLE!
TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, O.
"THE TREM0NT HOUSE."
THE undersigned respectfully informs the
traveling public that hp- has opened in the
town of Shanesville, Tuscarawas County, Ohio a
new pnoiic uouse.
THE HOUSE IS LARGE
And well fifpnshedt from cellar tooEtrrct, and
all that favor, him with their patronage, shall
have kind treatment, good fare, and reasonable
THE STABIilAG IS LARGE
And well adapted to the purpose for "which it
intended. All he asks far his house is a trial.
satisfied that lie can please and will.
Shanesville. June, 1858. J. W. SPKENKEL.
July, 1858 Vn45tf.
J. W. VORHES,
Attorney at Law,
fFFICE, one door East of the Book Store,
April aa, iBoa van Joy I .
WITH ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
BOOTS AND SHOES
WHOLESALE AND RETA1 !
"I HATT has just received at his old stand,
VJ on Main street. Milhrsburtr. Ohio, the lar
gest and best assortment of BOOTS fc SHOES
ever brought to this market: consisting of
uents Uoarc, Kid, and fine Boots, of tho best
Eastern make. A very lame assortment of
Hoys Uoarseand fine lioots. Also iancy and
Coarse Shins, of all descriptions.
FOR THE LADIES.
Calf, Kip and Morocco, of all sizes, and of the
very best quality. A very superior lot of Gai
ters, all sizes and qualities, together with an
everlasting lot of Children's Boots, Shoes, tc;
every size and quality: all of the above, and
numerous other articles unmcntioncd, he will
at very low figures.
As u8unl, he is carrying on the business of
Boot and Shoe Making!
Ana Keeps n goou nssorimentoi iiisownmun
facturc. If desired he will put the city touck
Boots and Shoes, or make them in a more
substantial manner to suit the larmcr.
Just call and examine his stock, find out
prices, and see whether ht don't give the
best bargins in town. Times aro hard; there
fore, patronize him and save money, as he sells
low figures. He csn't be undersold.
Country Fro due.
Tnfcpn in exchamre for workortponds. Mend
dono promptly at reasonable rate6. All,
therefore, who want bargains, will coma right
along. ' C. HATT.
tice' SMnimOTlB for salo nt t hi nflinc
rJCE DONTi'GiVEiVOK cheaper watch
or a nicp nrticle of iewelry for Tour money
then yon can by any other place-theti don't buy
Inat s the war to reu u, out gu aiw tx u.
July 29th, 1858 v2n49tf
HTHE BEST BURN' JXG FLUID in town is
JL fur sale at
July 29lh, 1S5S v2n49tf
T AMPS, VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS, clocks
JLJ notions Ac,
July 529th, 1658 v2S43tf.
"I OIiD PEXS Suited to every possible
VJt requirement. Our stocK is now new and
very large, affording an excellent opportunity
lo select, for sale at me
July 1, 1853. BOOK STORE,
Say do You
WANT a pair of Suspenders for yonrself or
If UOyj II Jl V gll II' IIIC JIlUU. O 1 UIlTi
and get them. They were bought on credit and
therefore, can lie sold very cheap.
TTAYN-ARD t NOTES BLACK WRIT-
1TX ING INK,
Arnold's Writing Fluid,
Butler's Writing Fluid,
Arno d's Copying Ink,
Arnold's Carmine Ink,
Guyot's Carmine Ink,
Wright's Carmine Ink; For sale at the
July 1, 1858. BOOK STORE.
THE NICEST ARTICLE
THE PRICES EVER
IN THIS MARKET.
CALL ATTHESIONOF THE
Opposite the Court House, Millesburg, Ohio.
At the Store
of Hopfman fc Co
where is just recei
ved a New Supply of
Keady made Spring and
Snmmer Clothing-ofthe la-
test style and fashion. AH of
which will be sold for a trifle a-
bove first' cost Call therefore at
the-United States Clothing Em
porium, opposite the Court
House, bj lhre you buy else
where. 7e can satisfy
you that it is to your
interest to do so, in
style and the pri
ces at which
we will selL . ,
Call At' '
S.B. HOFFMAN. &Co's.
Buy your Spectacles at the
J. W. SAKGEAXT,
Manufacturers anil Dealer In
)icr, Stale k m-d liixors
of Evmr DrscmrTiox.
PlhW AND ORKiiaiSKTAL
6ilf oHrqif jidO fktite ftme
In preat Tatletics, ana nt the latest strles.
OVAL ASl) SQUARE FRAMES FOH
Daggucrreotvcs and FIiotogrnpliR,
I Constantly on hand.
Fine Slcel Engravingt, OU Painting!, Colored and
f lam lAiwjgrajiltx, ,
The finest assortment west of Xew York.
GILT AND ROSEWOOD MOULDINGS,
French and German Looking Glass Flata, d-c.
One of the oldest establishments in the Yest,-estatIishet
No. 7 Water Street, Clcvelriiid, O.
March 18, lb57 v2n301y.
Buy your Spectacles at the
G1 01jI PEA'S With fine, delicate, well
T finished points for ladies' writing at the
July 1. 1858. BOOK STCKE.
AFIIVE IiOT OF Hair, Cloth, Black
intr. Scrubbinir. Dusting. Hat and Tooth
Brushes, just received at the Book Store.
Buy your Spectacles at
IN MEMORY OF THE DEAD.
Of Wooster O., has the best lot of
Lvcr introduced into Northern Ohio. He has
fill Kmcte of Momitoenfs,
Aowon hand. Plain and ornamented, from
$20,00 to $500,00.
rlc has a large lot oi Head atones, which he
will sell Sill per cent, cheaper than anv Tomb
Stone peddler that travels. In as much, as he
Keeps no traveling peddler, lie can
SELL MUCH CHEAPER
-And give better worK, ns ne tlicrebv saves a
great expense. He procures all the late designs
irom tnc Juisl at tne earnest moment, and ran
therefore give his,customers the
Latest and Best Style of Wbrki
Shop on Buckeye Street.2 doors cast of Beis
tles's Carriage Manufactory
N. B. Buy of no peddler when vou can sp
ied your own work 2l) per cent, cheaper.
Sept. 3, 1857 v2n2tf.
ANOTHER ARM FULL.
JUST RECEIVED AT THE BOOK STORE,
iu BiruKes across mem win suarpen a
Hoot' Jack, and three will remind you where
you spent your money wisely in buying one.
DR. T. C. V. BOLINC,
Physician & Surgeon,
THANKFUL for past favors, respectfully
tenders his professional services to the pub
lic. Oflico in the room furmerly occupied by
April 15.1853 v2n34ff.
Glass Ware Window Glass.
ALAKGE nsssortmcnt of Glaas ware, such
as Tumblers, Goblets,- Mugs, I'lowcr Vas-
Candlesticks. Molawos Mum. Salt Sclera,
Spice Boxes, Ac, tc just received at the Boolq
v anciy store, aiho mdow uiass ail sizes.
liny your Spectacles at the
J. H. 'BAUMGAEPNER' '& CO.,
Wholesaloand Retail Dealers in
BRUSHES O ALL KINDS,
Glassware, Window Glass,
For Mechanical and Culinary purposes only.
Wall Paper, Window Blinds,
AND CURTAIN FIXTURES
Music & Musical Merchandise
Tubs, Baskets, Buckets, Willow Wagons,
And everything else in the line.
BIRD CAGES, &c. &c.
Manufacturers of Blank Work,
GILT FRAMES & MEL0DE0XS,
And general Agents for, and
DEAIERS IX EYERYTHING.
FOR CASH OR RAGS.
P. S. We are now in our new Building,
that rejoices in the name of
and invite the citizens of Holmes Co,, to call
and see' through, this
"King of Buildings!':
For further particulars seethe "Arcadomc
Agitator" published, monthlr bv ns.
J. H. BAU.MGRl5jS-ER 4 Cb..
"Wooster, March S2C, 1858 v2n32m3.
Drs. Ebright & King,
HAVING associated themselves for the prac-.
ticc of Medicine and Surgery, will prompt
ly attend to all calls in the line of the protes
sion. Special attention will be given to
Surgery and Chronic Diseases.
Office on Jackson streat, nearly opposite the
ESfN. B.- All accountsto be settled bv cash
orriue bill once a vear.
Jlillersburg, April 15, 1858 2n34tf.
Buy your Spectacles at the
' mii suuscnoer Having opened nis immense
JL LIME-STOXE QUARRY, and started his
JviIn.wouJd inlonn the public that from this date
he expects to be able to supply all who may
yrani, wiu r aioa, i-uaiu
Ofsuperiorqualitv, atcightcenU perbtishcl.
S KILNS four miles west of ilillersburp.
anu one-eigum miiesonui oi t-nnsty unapcl.
I have also an abundant supply of
Of the most excellent aualitv, and cheap, al
ways on hand. " " "
April 23. 1857. 35 tf.
BAKER & WHOLF,
Forwarding and Commission
AXP DEAIEUS IX
SALT. ISH, PLASTER, WHITE
AND WATEll LIME.
FLOUR, WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS,
CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED,
Butter, Eggs, lard, Tallow, and all
kinds of Dried Fruits.
WAREHOUSE, 1IILLERSBURG, O.
Sept. 18, 1850 4tf.
GL.ASER & DOBBS,
Manufacturers, and Wholesale Dealers in
noims mm oa
Cash Paidor Hides. Pelts, and Leather, finished
ana in rovgli.
No. 47 Water Street7cie7cland, 0.
Oct. 22, 1857 9
GET YOUR IRON OF
Jas. Hebron & Son.
Buy yonr Nails
OF JAS. HEBRON & SON
FOR EDGED TOOLS
Go to Hebron & Son.
Go to Jas. Hebron & Son,
The Very Best at Hebron's.
3 J Lots of good Sash, q
a I jho. nLDnunftdun.
STILL A COMING
Q ? To Hebron & Sou.
i The crowd is going tj
TO HEBRON'S. bJ
THEY ARE PRESSING, $Q
ForCoa.ch Trimmings jzj
THEY ARE RUSHING,
5 Up to Hebron's
S fin alantt.
i f i
Follow the throng,
Up to Hebron's
WU1TE Kid I White Silk
Ulnck tlo Black do
Assorted Colors. I Assorteil Colors,
Ladies' Kid and litick Gaunth'ts.
Any quantity of Thread, Cotton, I!uk and
other gloves, for sale at tho BOOK STUlttS.
VARIOUS Styles, for salo very cheap at tne
IVc. 21. 1P."7
1 -. a
TIANKFUL for past favors,. informs his old'
friends and the-public. gcnaTally,thar.vh.
is still'at the old stand, and constantly (receiving
snch articles in his. line as. wilt Supply' their,
wants". He afeea great pains tok'eep all lhe"arV
tides common to his' branch of business '-
GROCEETES OF ALL KINDS. :
Such as 'Coffee, Sugar, Tea, 3rbasses, Syrupsf
Spices of all kinds;grouiidandmiground,Rice,
Salaratug, Fish.&c.ritc. f-
Of all kinds, warranted pure1, suitable fofmedi-
cmal and mechanical purposes, and1 not Terr1
unpalatable, to those vrho hate ai eye fbrsucln
TUBS, CHURNS, BASKETS, -
Croctery Ware, Ropes, Rakes, Forks.'Hoe'Aft , :
tc, and all articles in that line kept for salel
To such as love . e
OYST 33 31. ; ..
Roasted, Fried, Raw"or "Stewed, he" would Car'
that he is prepared: to furnish them, and tho
"fbdns," to order. - - 0
Please call, and evamine his stock for, -yoor
selves. ..... .
Oct. 1, 1855-6U j.....
..." ': : t
common and; fancy
TVfOST Alili THE V.OlIETIESrD
XjJ- except "Soft Soap," to be had at, the Book
DEALER in ReadyMade Clothing o all'
descriptions and latest styles, also. Gentle-'
men's Furnishing GocJsVcorncrorjacksoii'and
VVashington streets. ' itf.- .
An Excellent Assortment, "
SUITABLE for Drivine orTSI-T
ding or horsewhiping a friend Fotj thj
latter useget a Loudon or Solid leather Wag- -gon
Whip. For sale at theTook Store.
MR. KENNEDT, OF ROXBURT, .HAH .
discovered in one of otrr conrmon jpastnra
weeds a remedy that cures
EVERV KIND CfF IITJIWOR,
FE03C . : '
The worst Scrofula down to a'common Pimple;
He has tried in over eleven hundred cases, and -never
failed "xcept in two casesi (both thunder
humor.) Hs has nowinhispossession over one"
hundred certificates of its 'value, all within 20
miles ot . tn. :i
Two ittles arc warranted to cure a oireing;
sore, mouth. ,tm
One to three bottles will cure the worst kind,
of Pimples on the face.
Two bottles are warranted. to core the worst:
canker in the month or stomach. ., , j
Three to five bottles 'are warranted to. cure the,
worst kind of Erysipelas. 1 1
One'to two bottles' are warranted to'enre all '
humor in the. Eyes. v J -1
Two bottles are warranted to cure running of .
the cars and blotches among the hair. , " ,
Four io sis bottles are warranted to cure'Vor-t
rupt and running ulcers. - ...."
One bottle willcure scaly eruption of the skin.:
Two or three bottles are warranted .to" cure,
the worst kind of ringworm. "l
Two or thrre bottles are warranted to' curo'
the most desperate cases of rheumatism. 1
Three to lour bottles are warranted! to curat
Salt Rheum. , . ,.
Five to eight bottles will cure the worst case
of Scrofula; ' "' - ""-
4. ben'elit is always experienced from the first'
bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when!
the abovequanlityis. taken.
Discovery; in curing all kirid"of humora.'is so.
well established bv-the nnanimfms vmepnf Ml
who have, ever used it that L need' not say any'-
thing on the subject, as the most.ittillful phvsi; -
cians and the most caiefpl Druggists rathe i
country are unanimous in its praise. '."""
In presentinsr Ihe Medical Discbverrto-yonr
notice, J do it "with a full knowledge of rtsW-TT
rative rJowcr, in relievine all. and curin? most-.
of those diseases t a wl;icJi you .are unfortunate-
ly so liable. That mast escrutiatirig disease fo 4
an infant mother. ' '
MJRSIKG SORE IKOTTB, '.
IsGurcd'as if by a. miracle? yonr Qwn,'tempefjT'
restored jo.ifs natural sweetness, antfyour babo-,
from slibrtand fretful naps to .cairn and;8weeV
slumbcrs;and the Jfediriil Discovery Ieconiej9a..
fountain of blessing to your husband and house-" '
it extends to the stomach", earring r ' r
DVSPEPS1A,- ' b'0kl.
which is nothin? but canker "on the st"omaclr::,
then to the intestines and ' ":;" .
creating a sinking, cone feeling, and anlnilifler-
ence even to the cares of your femily; "ZT
HAW AND INFL,A"TIF.DL" - " . , ,
your food distresses j oil, andiyou can only, lake ,
certain kinds, and even of th;yourjiystem docs ')
not get uaii tne nouristimenl it contains, as tie-
acrimonoun fluid of Ihe canker.eats it so: thea -
your complexion loses its bloom and becomes'"
sallow or greenish, and yonr best" "day. is'gonel
Forwantof nourishment your system becomes -loose
and flabby, and the fibres of your body2
become relaxed. Then follow.a.train.of-.disea'sT
scs which the Jlcdieal discovery is peculiarly;,
adapted to " ' v
. . cure;
Palpitation of the.he.irt, pain in the side, weak ...
ness of the spine and small of the back, pain" of .
the hip joint when you retire, irregularity of"
the bowels, and also that most excruciating of
diseases, the .
llow many thonsahdsjitpoor women are snf- "
fcring from this disease, and pining away a mis
erable life, and their" 'next door neighbor dees
not know Ihe cause. I.wish to impress on your.:
mind that good old proverb An.ounce of "pxe-,-ventionis
better thana pound of cure." In tha
MEDICAL DISCOVER i' .
you have both the; preventivcand the enrc, with .
this great and good quality, that it will never,''
under any circumstances, do you any injnrT. '.;
Xo change in diet over necessary eaii the.
best yon can get, and enough of it. . ' -, ;a
DiEECTiossroK Use. Adults one tablespoon-,
per day children over ten years "dessert"
spoonful children from five to eight years, tea
spoonful. As no directions can be applicable to -all
constitutions, take sufficient to operate ..on
the bowels twice, a day. -sua-Tours,
f 1'rice $1 per bottle. iuh' t-
for sale at the BOOK STORE., , r,,
3iillersburg,-4priI8,lS58.-33jJ. , ;n
iioward association; I7d
Benevolent Institution, etlablUked. by special en-7
.7 .V .. jt. l-.V , T f j T
afflicted irith Virulent and Epidemic diseases: ' "
all person ainiil tth Sxaal DlmsM, sack is
Sl-EltJUTOBRHfflA, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, atrJT
FOTENCE, OONOItRnCKA, GLEET, STPHIUS, Ut
of ONANISM, or SELP ABL'SE, ixke.
ThrmiWAnn AsnrliTinv tn Tl.vni-thsa.afti! de
struction rr hnmsn lif, caastd bjrSnal dUasaad
dcptlons.Eractlnd upon h nnforrooat rUliaw of
dlSMiies It Qaiot.v st rtrsl rr aio dlrectM thf Ir
ConsoltlopSuriton, as a CHARItABLSACTmrthr of
thlr nam?, to open a DIjpcoMrr for tho tmtmwt of tbU.
class of diwase s. In all their forms, snd to ctre "EOICai.
ADVICE C.rtATtS, toall nfPP1'VI 'A
strlptlon of their condition, (., opsiihaUts ot
Jte and In cs-ot extreme nOTertr, TO rURNISII
MFDICINPS TFKEEOF CHAROfe t t needleM to add
tfce Aoci.t"n command, the highest Mical sUl
tho a-e. and win furolh the most appnmrt modarn
... on a reriaw of the uas t feel assorerf
their labors In this sphere of benevolent elfcrt. har
of crest lneflt to the afflicted, espeeiallr to tho
.ml ther hare resolred to deTotethraselres. with
renened seal, to thtsTfrr troportact tmt mueli detsl'
Ju.t pnhll'hed hr th Association, a Reportoa Sfwnm.
torrho-mor Seminal Weakness, ths Vice of Onanism,
U.uitarliatlon or Self-Abose. and other .dtseasesnf tha
Organs, br the eonsQlttirs; Surgeon, uhloV Tell bL:
hr mall, (In a sealed letter envelope,). FRIES OK
Addros. for- Rrpoeta or treatment, Dr.GEOROER.
CALrtOCN',- Consnltlng Sorceon, Howard AssocIaUas,
Brorder of tho Directors.
EZ1IA ir nEAKTJTEIi, PrrWiss.
OE0. FAirXiXtUi. oentr4
April S2.IS5S It