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The Charleston Convention.
I A portion of the press of lbs country
at greatly rffcjcnisetl-jA tha
board toTis'clargeJIirCLn'lesfon, durfog
ths silting ot Ibe J aUomr UonvrtLioii.
Five dollars a day, ?thej say, is awful Jo
tlink ftfift Is "an uatrnge, "a swindle,"
ribd not in accordance) with "Southera
bospitali$.n Tius charge of five iiHam
ft d3Jlflpalstrus,,!. wbotf'wniing from
4 Southern city; bat there was no Com
plaint when Cincinnati, in 1856, charged
delegates Xroiu three loBar to twenty dot
fere a da "for DO.ird! "Southern gentle
e aiiibeir mooey rely, in the city
rjf Cincinnati, in 1835, without a murmur.
Tortlrn A'aokees, bowever, bae m keen
" (jense of the power of the almighty dollar
and they l.ate a southern climate at any
price. Well, Jet tha free-wilere Stay-at
borne, if they do. not not like jCharLislon
and fire dollars a dar.-JThtj S julliarn del
egates can do very well without them. Pre
cious little these Yankees will do towards
lie elect ing of a Democratic President, any
low. "'They waul Dotfglas nominated with
4 Squatter Sovereignty platform, at two
Jollars JLVr, d .Southern iiospitalitv ;
ana men .wey iook 10 uj ooutn to eieci
him. We beg to be excused, gentlemen.
IV do not choose to invite you to sucii a
feast. , This is our,. funoraL ,, It you come
to Chaileslon. we will treat vou respectful
ly yes. r'we wilf treat fon liospltabiyi but
we intend to charge you Jive dollars a day
and you , must pay iti advance, and we
f ant aone of your. Squatter Sovereignty
platforms, or heretical candidates for Pres
ident. We will feed you well while yon
atay and behare yourselves, and teach you
tome sound -Southern ' Rights doctrine,
which ypu.neTer.bjid taught you at borne.
, We regret ,. to see that some of our
Southern contemporaries are grumbling in
consequence of this advance in the rates of
board of the Charleston hotel keepers.
T We see that several of our Georgia friends
f are advocating the move of going to Char
leston from Savannah, in a steamer, to
board and lodge on the same during the
sitting of the Convcutiun. We hope, for
the sake of the pride and dignity of Geor-
gia,- that no Georgia delegates to the Char
leston Convention will 'compromise his
patriotism for a few dollars, more or less.
Let the Georgia delegations have the very
1icf faro flirt mal'AL fifTViril nrl iliov will
then exercise a controlling influence in the
Convention. Such a position is far more
becoming m delegation of Southern gentle
moo, from the Empire State of the South,
than to act the part of wharf rats, eating
a crust of bread on an old dilapidated
steamboat, merely for the sake of saving
1 few 'dollars and cents. Atlanta ,((?a.)
JSrw York Crrr. A scene of misery,
ays the Post, was revealed Wednesday
evening in an up-town tenement house,
which, for actual horror, is rarely eqnalled
in fiction. The attention of an officer was
' called to the bonse. Knocking at the
door and receiving no answer, he opened
i it. The room was quite dark, and a man
in feeble voice asked what he wanted.
Making known the object of his visit, a
- light was procured from an adjoining room.
. The scene that presented itself was ter-
- rible to look npn.; The man too inami
nate to rise, was seated on the floor. By
vLis side lay his wife, holding in her arms
an infant two months .old. The mother
' and child were perfectly nude ; an old and
faded quilt was the only covering. "
I .The wife was loo . ill to speak above a
whisper. In a bedroom, adjoining were
tbree chiluren lying sound asjeep a boy
and two girls tbeir agea varying . from
four to nine years. They were lying
on the slats of a bedstead, with not a par
ticle of bed clothing upon them.
Ko food or fuel was in the room. - The
'only furniture, was a stove, a shackly table,
anii Mia mi.sro 1 nAlAfvw fvi o ni'Arl iH
which covered the wife and child.' Through
Ibe officers kindness a fire was. soon kindled
in the stove,-nourishing soup provided for
the sick wife, and proper food obtained for
the husband and children, with abundant
supplies oi doming. . .
Bigler on Buchanan.
When old Buck was a Democrat, and
carrying out the principles of the Kansas
Nebraska bill, as understood at the Cincin
nati Convenlon, by instructing Gov. Wal
ker to see that the people of Kansas bad
a fair chance to vote upon ibe whole of the
late Constitution, then about to be submit
ted ; Senator Bigler, beiug ibe only Dem
ocratic Senator from Pennsylvania, was ne
cessarily near the person of Mr. Buchanan,
and could" witness the old man's spasms
whenvet the fire eaters showed their teeth
to him. . . , . . -
- It was in tbe midst of Walkers career as
Governor, and when the Georgia, Albama
and Mississippi fire-eaters were besieging
.L. vtri.:.. 1 1 - j
lilt tv uu? nuu) iwiu swvariug vcugeituue
upon Walker, that Bigler wrote the follow
ing letter to Stanton, then Secretary of
Kansas - .:-.
"Make my special regards to Gov. Wal
ker, and say to him that hk has the
POPULAR MAST WITH - HIM THROUGHOUT
tbs cocirrat, xxcept onlt tbb zxtrxms
SotrtH."' Should bis '-programme succeed,
be WILL HAVE THE MOST ENVIABLE PROM-
imt'HCB of ant has ijt VH8 Nation. The
Administration it a little weak at the
knees, and winces ; under the ; Southern
thunder, but they must 'stand vp to the
work? - '" : ' ' .1,,. t . , i
Yes Old Buck's knees wilted, the Ad
ministration gave; way, knocked under, and
tbe fire-eating policy adopted". John"Cafld
lebox Calhoun was cannonized As a saint,
and Douglas and all true Democrats were
read ut of tbe party, who doubted the iro-
aenlate- conception of the Lecomption of
Constirution. ipat was , - -, ,
"The forbidden fruit whose mortal taste
Brought death into the world and all our woe."
.ff-r, y -.. .ii . Ci-v "
"TuTAinfA IfbTE or It. The Plain Dea
ler in accounting for the disastrous defeat
of diedbearUned Democracy in this city,
says:- - " ' r-- ." " '
& So lontr as tbe Soath are insisting upon
a slave code and the Administration is sup
porting an organ bore to bully Democrats
into the jsupport of that odious doctrine,
Democrats will have no courage to -organ-1
Should the '. Charleston . Convention
slaughter Douglas and ignore Popular
SovereifrntYilher will not be a School Dis
trict Jiorth of Iason dc Dixon's line relia
ble for a Democratic majority. .';..; ,
EsiAwcrPATio or Womch w CnA
Our Pekin correspond eat -aays that tbs wo
men of Northern China have beea eman
eipated by their Tartar rulers from many of
the sensiess ana injurious cuswum "
force in tbs Southern portion of the Em
pire, especially in regard to the cruel con
traction of the feet . Their jninds and per-
k. clcn boon ' emaneiDated from
injch of the despotism of Cbincss usage
... . rrr 11
aud ideas. Jiosion j. ravwr.
Items of Wit and Humor.
I iWhat tree represents a person who per-
sists in incurring deDKi nuiow, wui
owe.) -.-::- '
One ought to have dates at one's finger
ends, seeing they glow upon tbe paint.
One hundred yards of the raw silk of
lbs silk-worm docs not weigh a grain.
"I love Oice still," as tLe qniet husband
said to bis chatteriug wife.
Did the liorseman. who "scoured the
plain" use soap." - - 4 :
'Wbyisthe world like a piano f Be-
cause it is full of flats and sharps f J
;JKo dust affects lie eyes like gold-dust,
and no glosses like brandy glasses. ;
, Why arc shepherds and fishermen like
beggars! Because thejf live by Aooi or
by crook. v - v . :
An artificial florist lately described him-
sef.as'KAao gardner to the ladies
. The reflection of the sun's rays in a mir
ror has been distinguished at a distanco of
A Fubdamesal Tbuth. The husband
wbo does not prefer his own fireside to
any other spot on earth, has no place .to be
Men of genius are often dull and inert
in society, as the blazing meteor when .it
descends to earth is only a stone. ,
It is easy to exclude tbe noontide light
by closing tbe eyes, and u is easy to resist
the clearest truth by hardening . tbe heart.
What is the difference between one who
walks and one who looks np a flight of
stairs? One steps up stairs and the other
up steps. -. ..-.w- .- - -'
' We were considerably amused" by an ac
count we lately saw of a duel. There were
six men upon the ground and six misses
More Exiles from Kentucky.
fallowing letter was addressed to
editor of the Dayton Reugiou Telescope,
the organ of tbe United B re them.
ADAIR Co, Ky. March. 20.
BaoTOKa L: I am yet on my work,
doing about the best that I can ; but the
times are still growing more gloomy. Oh !
how my heart is pained within me, while
I am writing this letter, for a perishing
world. Broiher, let me say to tbe many
readers of our Religious Telescope, that
our work in Kentucky, as a church, is
crushed, because ire are not protected by
the Laws of the State. A great many of
our leading members are now preparing to
move West. Our lives are thretatened.
It is said that there was a mob of men
followed me the other night to an appoint
ment, to whip me, but they did not effect
their purpose. . On Sunday some of our
friends went to meeting armed with dead
ly weapons. This we are sorry to see.
Lord help us to do our duty ! I would
now say that Rev. John M Blair and tbree
of bis sons and their families, and about
eight other families, among whom is the
missionary, are about to leave this State;
likewise Rev. Thomas Hopper and family.
With tears in my eyes I close this letter.
Pray for us. Yon will hear from me soon.
Atlantic & Great Westers Rail
road. Our readers will doubtless be
nlmad to learn -that the nrosDecl of tbe
I ' 1 X
speedy completion of the Atlantic & Great
Western Kailroad is now of the most
gratifying character. Active operations
have been commenced at Columbus. War
ren co., Pa., near the crossing of the Sun-
bury & line Kailroad, and a large num
ber of men are now busily engaged in
grading tbe Road, both eastward and west
ward. Benjamin J. Wells, of our village,
started on Tuesday morning for that place,
the supervision of the work having been
committed to bis care. Mr. Doolittle, the
contractor, has purchased tools necessary
for tbe labor to be performed, and is now
engaged in this" vicinity, in buying horses,
mules dec Work will be resumed in this
section in a short time, probably in six or
eight week. We understand that the route
through New York has not yet been de
finitely settled, owing to some differences
with the Jamestown Company; but it is
probable that an arrangement with that
company will soon bo effected. It is the
intention of the officers of the road to
prosecute the work as vigorously as possi
ble, so as to put the line in a running con-
idtion to Ravenua at an early day. for-
A store keeper was waited npon by a
lady wbo represented herself in rather
straightened circumstance' and requested
him to bestow upon her a pair of stockings,
as it was getting to be cold weather, and
she was quite destitute of that very neces
sary article of female apparel' Being a
kind-hearted man, he selected a pair from
his stock, and laid them before ber. She
picked them ud from the counter and af
ter examining them very criticallv, she re
quested him to put them in a paper for her,
which was accordingly done, wnen sne
once more handed them back, saying:
"Won t you please put a string around
The Drood-natured man complied with
the request ; and as he finished lying tbe
string be said: " 7 . V'V
"Won t you have them sent home, mad
am!" - ' f A .1 i . J i'.l T-S-i
"If you please,n was the reply. -J" ' ; - -And
the store-keeper relished' the thing
so excedingly that tbs stockings were act
ually sent home by an errand boy.
. Worth Knowing. Transplanting
Trees. If people, -when transplanting
trees, 'would mark tbe North side of trees
before they are taken up, and when set out
have the trees pot in the ground with its
Notth side to the North in its natural po
silion, a large proportion would live.
Ignoring this law of nature, is the cause of
so many transplanted trees dying. If the
North side is exposed to the South, -the
heat of the sun is to great for that side of
the tree to bear, and therefore it dries up
and decays. Oswego Times. -
Boried Alive. The coffin containing
the body of a roan named Wertz, buried
about eighteen months since, opened last
week in Albany, New. York. The body
was found face downward, and tbe fingers
of tbe roan grsppled iu bis hair.
' A wit having fallen heir to a cowhiding
process, was reproached with not avenging
himself of the insult. "7 ''J..'.s
"Sir," he replied, "I never meddles wid
what passes behind my back." ...
A little one, after undergoing the dis
agreeable operation of vaccination, exclaim
ed, "Now, Ma. I won't have to be babtised,
English, German and American
Jhlflinings, Oil uofts, &c.
ALL RIGHT NOW.
Tbe thron; that o Inn;,
Has bfrn goinf 11 wrong.
Are bw Baying their Hardware of
Our goodaftrt all mv
it the Store of 8. Weirich k Brother.
So follow the throng
That are kurryiog along
To the Store of Weirich & Brother.
Which ii foil from the loor to the hetoM
Of 1m, Pitch fork, Whetatoattaad Ax hd.
Jast look at the Sore of Weirich & Bro.
8a follow the threng
That are hurrying along
For Hardware to Weirich ft Brother.
Look at tb crwhing.m
And avoid the 4pretiiixg,'
Bat follow the throng
That are harrjing along.
To boy tbeir Hardware, GIass,NaiLs
&c, of Heirich & Brother.
E7" 1 K 1.KSS THAN 00pura White
X'JJ i.eao, i bh neoeiveo er
WEIBICH k BRO.
3T T I7HT RECEIVED, a lot nf Farm Bella, and
tiajre vraoiea, oy n imn n c unit.
rynnA KEftS KAIL leas than "300" of aUaizea
jmAf and beat branda, just received br
WEIBICH ft BRO
THE BEST COOK STOVE
It Bakes Perfect.
Doors fit Close,
Joints fit Tight.
Plates are heavy,
No Wood Wasted,
Harare a Knnniv nf hat wafpr.
Ssperior Boiling Arrangements.
look tbe 1st rremlum at last fair.
Fruit dried and Victuals kept war
wiihout burning them
OIJD Curl AJE
And haa other good qualities without nmmber..
rarBeware of imitation, for many will aeek to imi
tate, but call and aee the genine toe big Coffee rot.
Oct IS, ' '
Emporium of J. Itt til vane.
JUST RECEIVED a large lot of Plaid
Woolen Shawls, sad near style of Plain
Centres. Talma Shawls a sew and desirable
style. A large lot of Brochae Shawls at Tery
low prices, from $5 to $18. -"
A large variety of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS !
OF THE LATEST STYLES.
v Ladies' BUFFALO OVER-SHOES, with
Gents RUBBER and BUFFALO OVER
SHOES. A large lot ot
Boots & Shoes,
OF ALL SIZES, from Children's to the largest
and heaviest stogy boot. ' A large lot of
LADIES' OPEKA HOODS!
. - ef the latest style.
' gA large lot of Buffalo aad New York
Also, a large assortment of Cotton Vara and
Please call and see or stock before purchas
Nov. 24, 185914
YKSY large, res a tremendooa aaeortment ef boot,
and ehoee haa jast been receired by C. Hatt, the "man
that waa found dead in the road" ia still Llvnro, and
wasn't dead at all, tnt Katt is selling off yerj fast and ex
traordinary cheap. If yon hare a
whom jva vmntto rarpriar, take him or her to Halt's to
k the wonder-tal LOW PRICES at which he offers to
ell his Boots, Shoes &c Be sore and go
Hatta, for that ia the place to get the beat article at the
very lowest price. Come and see, one and
of 70a, anyhow. What's the vse! Hatt Is always on
hands, in a good homor, aad never anyihing else than
elerer to all
and women especially tbe latter. It a lady desires to be
well waited, she cannot do better than to go Hatt's.
fie employs tbe beet workmen, and dtea all kinds of
ctMtom work to order.
fie is not only a friend to all men, but keeps fine things
(Findings) of all kinds for Shoemakers, such as Leather,
Laets, Pegs, Thread, and Nails.
Millenburg, June 3. 165 41tf
JPqst iii Ti m e
Everly, Eckel & Co.
ARE JUST RECEIVING at their Store in NashTille
a large and select stock of New Good, consisting in
A large and general stock of Do
mestic Woolen and Cotton
A splendid line of very Rich Dress
Goods, in Silks, De Laines, Me-,
rinoes, and other fabrics of new
est styles; .
A complete stock of Fancy and
Variety Goods, Shawles, Hosie
ry, Ribbons, Embroideries, &c
A very extensive stock of Boots
and Shoes, purchased direct
from the best manufacturers,
which will be sold for less than
any other Goods in the market-
iV toth atiwwof dolmes and
djmmsi cevntie, tbat ha ktwps
koonsuaUjm hand, a better stock
leaoffl, iKBt, Oik,
Than has erer before beer offered to tbe eitiaens of this
place aad vicinity. Hi. evwrieaee aforer twenty years
justifies bona ia tbe belief Ut as a druggist and apothe
earr, be has nerer been excelled by any.
lie also keeps on hand a well selected stock of pow
ders for filling Physicians Prescription,
Perfumery, Fine Soap, TooA iamaiea. on Fancy
Artidat, Gold Leaf. Flavoring EjriraeUFock
et Knktn, Combs, te.. Cigars, Faitits,
Varnuhr, H kite Wash, Scrubbing,
tmd Shot Brushes, he., dr..
Together with all thePATEXTlMDICUfES of the day.
tjrThankful for the past liberal patronage bestowed
on him. no louau i nnuwocv use
Carefnllr eoaapoaaded, and charges to nit the exirea
ciesof the times. B. YEERGlS",
Aug. , lSiS-taOOlf:
FOR the growth and embeliahment of the Hair. To
prevent its falling off and taming gray. For sale by
aaO H. Yergia, Millerabarg, O.
PROF. WOOD"S Hair Rrmermtive, for .ale by
ago H. Tergia, Hillersberg, O.
)ROF. ALEX. C BARRY'S Tricoperooa or Indica
ted Componad. for the Hair. For sale by
a H. Y ergin, MUlenibarg, O.
ARABIAN HORSE POWDER, the great remedy for
diseases ia torses and cattle; it being a great part
ner or we oiooo. r r sate oj a. x ergin, Miilereoorg, O.
T"V YSENTARY CORDIAL and Cholera Mixtare,of
ear own BMneuaciiuv, ior as care oi ursentary,
Cholera Morbus. Colic and all affections of the 'Stomach
and Bowels, for sale by H. l-ergux, Mulersbuxg, O.
SHOULDER BRACES, supporters and Trawea. which
can be had at the Drag Store of H Y ergin, IfiUers-
rpHE CELEBRATED Hearo Powder for the care of
X toe neares in nones, prepared and sold by H. Yer-
gin ai nit lrng score, aiiuerbourg, uoimes county, U.
BRUSHES and Clasiem Tacks, also Shoe Blacking and
arnuhes, inks and toy colors, for sale by H. Yergia.
-7-EAST POWDERS, for baking bread and of tbe beat
X quamy, loraaie oy 11. ergin, MilienUturg, O.
"VTIIPOLA Rotten Stone and SilTar Sand, naawl fnr w..
JL ishing and acouriag tin, and copper ware. For sale
oy n . 1 ergin.
ptOXCEXTRATED LYE for making snap. 1 box
V-naks 1& sllons good soap which oocts 25 cents per
dox. or aaie oj a. x ergin, m mersourg, v.
'TTT'HITE WASH. PAINTS, Tarnish and Shoe Bushes,
f I r or aaie oy a. z ergin,, Aiuersourg, u.
T ACHELOR'S k CHRISTAPORA'S Hair Dyeor sale
jioy a. 1 ergin, Jatiiemrarg, u.
T)RFUHERY and Toilet Soaps, of the choicest and
X oeT quality, tor sale by k, x ergin.
TiURE WINES. BRANDIES AND OLD WHISKY.
X Also an excellent quality of Vinegar. All for sale by
XL. X AttUlfl .
31 iDersburg, On June 2, 1839 nfitf.
HEBRON & SON,
Iran, A'ails, Glass, Stc.,
Have jnst receiTed a new and well selected
to which they inrite attention.
IF YOU WANT
to Hebron Sod.
IF YOU WANT
quality, go to Hebron k Son.
IF YOU WANT ?ow"a7h
mttde and strong, go to Hebron & Son.
IF YOU WANT lAFLt
toot are good, go to Hebron Jk Son.
IF YOU WANTf3lfc ??
merican Uanulacture, go to Hebron fc Son.
TF YOU WANT K'K
Coach Trimmings, fct, go to Hebron a. Son.
IF YOU WANT
or anything in the tool line, go to Hebron k Son.
IF YOU WANT'l:
Coil Well, or Halter Chain, go to Hebron 4 Son.
IF YOU WANT PcSet'cLry!
go to Hebron & Son.
TF YOU WANT
to Hebroni Boa.
IF YOU WANTh
from a bodkin to an Anril, go to Hebron 4 Son.
IF YOU WANTS
ron k Sou. Sept. 15, 1889. 4
THE subscriber begs leave to say to those ea
eaged ia Soear Case raising that they can
be accommodated with
NO. 1 MILLS
on short notice, and reasonable terms, at the
Steam Foundry, JHilleraburg, Ohio.
Also, that celebrated core position
that has beea selling for seren dollars, can be
had at the Steam Foundry for five dollars.
J. H. VAN BEOCKLUT.
July 14, 47tf
Shop opposite the '
Empire House and near
the Post Office.
Look out for the sign of the
HCEST WATCH IF TOWN.
And there you will find the largest,
best and cheapest lot of Gold &
Silver Watches, Clocks, Jew
elry of all kinds, in town..
THAT'S SO! THATS SO!
Just receiving and now opening;.
CALL & BE SATISFIED.
At a great outlay of money he has procured a
line (Jlock importer! irom uermany ana one
of the master pieces of the skillful work
men of that 'country. It is em
phatically the Clock and the
On short notice, & in good style.
Don't Forget the Place.
FIRST CO TO COOK'S.
come to mmu wmm raw m shop
HKRE ro caet et ttioin all ritrbtin ererr war.
atom OTer tbe oountrr. that are all scrap iron stack
yom can get stoTea that are all new iron, aad made at tbe best a to re works in too world; and when jro get a store
joa get almost the price of it ia trimmings.
ALL WORK WARRANTED, oraosale. Brass, Copper, Sheet Iron, Pressed
and Japanned ware, on hand at all times, and for sale wholesale and retail
SPOTJTINQ dona on a new plan, which la superior to all others. All kinds of trade takn in ex
change for work or ware. McCKOKY k CRAIGHEAD.
Ang.25, lea ednia
Doat be hamband anr tentrer br ordlara wb an enrrrhir
tontber. and Terr poorlr stack at that. Cobs when
. Vannlactured and sold wholesale and retail by
HELFER & SECHHIST,
XOTHING adds score to the beauty of a human being
11 than a fine head of hair. A bald head or gray hairs
give a person not only an old appearance, but if they
are young, make tbe contraat between their appearance
and their Tivacity unpleasant, anderen ridiculous. An
article, thereiore wholly ionocnous, which, by invigora
ting the eorticle integuments in which the hair grows,
will keep it healthy, and Tigorous and thus preserro
the softness, aad taluiess ofjowth, is more desirable.
BEAD WHAT THE PUBLIC SAT
Messrs. Heifer k Sechrist:
You ask my opinion of your Hair Re
it o rati re, and I grre it to you with pleasure.
My hair for same time, had been growing thin, and
I had employed TariouaHair Restoratires Wood's, Mrs.
Allen's and others, all having, aa I think the same basis,
lac surplus, or sugar of lead, or both. From the uae of
tnese. my nair oecame Damn, so mucn ao aa w oe ur
noring to me and atill continued to lull off.
My hair had also become Tory gray about my temples.
These remedie schanged the gray into a variety of colors
a dell red being the prevailing ooe.
With this experiment I made up my mind that hair
restoratives were humbugs; when a lady friend of mine
from Akron, urged me try a bottle of your Restorative,
and I did so, and before the bottle was used up, my hair
became as firm wt in my bead as it ever wea? and to mf
lorprise (for my friend had aaid nothing about its flang
ing the color of the hair) my hair Iwcame gl-r ft
and black, the natural color.
Jow with my hair restorative experiment I do not hes
itate to say that your preparation invaluable, and
when the public shall become eq-iainted with it my
opinion ia, that it will drive a ober Hair reatoratires
oat of the market. Truly, Youm,
out oi me maraow. PAN'J. It. TILDEX.
Clereland, Aog. 25, lS$
Mftaar. Heifer & Becbrist:
Messrs. aeuer Io th WI of 185g x hlLd m
severo attacb of Chill Ferer, and aa I got better, found
my hair pouring out or rather falling out. At the sug
eetioa of a friend I procured a bottle of Mr. Sechrist' a
Restorative. It at once arrested tbe decay of my hair,
and prevented the baldness I anticipated and dreaded.
But this wa not all. 1 found my hair, which was dry,
and turning grey, restored to the softness of youth and
to its natural color. I hare little faith in any speci6c
for making hair grow npon a bald Head, but your restor
ative did all in my case which it promised and more; it
restored not only the visorous growth, but color also.
I have since had occasion to recommend it to others
and have beard from them, in every case the highest re
commendation of its virtues.
Very Truly yours. A. H. LEWIS.
Akron, Sept 22, 1859
Messrs. Heifer k Sechrist:
My Tonsoritxl Profeuor has been in the
habit, for some time, at the time of semi-weekly opera
tions on my chin, to give my head a dressing with your
I bare been surprised by its effects. It has restored
my hair to its natural brown color, and given it a soft
ness that it possessed twenty-five years ago.
I have never used a bnir dye, and can not speak of
comparative merits; but from what I have seen of the
eficcts of your Hair Restorative in my own case, I can
most confidently say it will restore hair that is gray, or
faded, to its natural color, and give it aenittwss that
equals that of vouth. L. V. BJERCE.
Akron. SeptSth, 1859.
Messrs. Heller & Sechrist:
Gents, Tbe bottle of Hair Restor
ative I bad of you haa more than realized my auticipa
Hons. Indeed 1 may say with truth that 1 had no sort
of forth in it, till after the second application I discover
ed that my gray locks were assuming their natural color;
and now, having used but three-quarters of the bottle,
it will require sharp optics to find a grey hair on my
htad. 1 have full faith in is efficacy as a hair restor
ative, for I carry the proof with me. If yu think it
will subserve your interests, you are at liberty to use
this as you desire Respectfullr. &c,
X. Y, Oct. 6th, 1S59.
Hat. Rtstokatitb. Mr. 6. Sechrist's Hair Rosto ra
ti re is brought before the public at the instance of per
sons who have tried and proved its rirtues. We for one
do know of a rerity that the Restorative possesses the
qualities for which It is recommbnded. Hundreds of
persons have tried it and in eTery ease proved "beneficial
results. It restores the hair to its natural eolur, gives
it a vigor of growth, leaves no sticky, rough or greasy
feeling, and prevents all tendency to baldness. It is not
dyb but a rxstorativs. stimulating tbe skin to activity
and bringint; back to tbe head the glossy locks of youth.
For Sale at the Book. Store,
Harch 1st, I860. 28
Great Improvements in the Art!
WOULD take pleasure in announcing to
the citizens of Miilersburg that he has
taken the rooms over Dr. Boling's office, where
he has an excellent sky-light, aud with his ex
perience in the Art, having had the advantage
of being instructed in the one of the largest and
best Photograph Galleries ia the East, he feels
justified in saying that he will make
PHGTOGSAPHS, ABIBRGTYPES, .
and all of the popular pictures of the day at
taining the highest perfection in the Art."
He defies competition, and claims that he
will make better pictures on aa average
than hate ever been made west of the Mississip
pi. My results are certain.
He would also call attention to the artistic
and graceful position in which his subjects will
be seated. It is unnecessary to remind the
enlightened citizens of this vicinity of the in
estimable value of a fine ar d life like picture of
Suffice it to say that the safest way is to im
prove the present, for the past is not yours, and
the future you cannot command.
to see and get better pictures than have ever
been made West, if they don't cost but 50 cts.
each, neatly enclosed in a good morocco case.
BgTBring in your children. He claims not
to oe excelled in making child-like and fine
pictures of children. .Bring them in tbe lore'
Mr. M. is not what has the name of a "trav
eling Artist." There is no humbug about this
Perfect satisfaction guanas teed.
Main Street, opposite the Book Store.
Jan. 2U, lbo'J niEiU. .
AT PITTSBURGH PRICES.
At the Book & Variety store
IN MEMORY OF THE DEAD.
FTU7E nndraifrntd are stilt nuntilUcturing all kind of
X puun ami lancy
Tomb and Head Stonss, Table Tops, ftc, 4c, at prices to
suit the frosty times, rh-afte give us a roll and wa will
hara no trouble in oonrinrintr vou that Millerabarg is
the placa to bay yoar gravs stones.
rTALIj KINDS OIP PRODUCE
taken for work. Also, lumber, shingles, wood, money
nut refused, tinop on Main utreet. .
JOHN EBEMIARDT k CO.
Dee. 29 ' 19
Buy your Spectacles at the
Hook Store. l
AWAITS has removed his Tailor shop
e from the Post Office building;, to the room
over J. Cary's Auction room one door irest of
Wei rick'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
ronage CUTTING DONE TO ORDER.
July 15, 1858 v2n47m6. ,
NOBODY ELSE HAS IT.
Dr, Theopolis Peelgarlicks' Cele
brated Chemical, Medicinal &
Purely Vegetable Soap. Put up
in Cars and sold at the Book
Store for 10 cts. a Bar.
A liberal Reduction made to five
IT IS Recommended for rheumatism, dyspep
sia, liver complaints, night sweats, fever aad
ague, piles aad gumbiles, and if taken inwardly
will purify the blood. It contains no "poison
ous aarcoctics," but ia "purely vegetable."
None is genuine unless it have the name of the
proprietor blown on the box. Mothers will find
a few applications of this soap with a little warm
water upon the races and hands of their "dear
little angels," not only to be advantage to their
beauty, but will shut the mouths of envious
neighbors. Put up in bars as large as a piece
of soap and sold by the bar.
The trade supplied on liberal terms.
Morton's Gold Pens.
THIS is conceded to be the BEST COLD PEN for
all purpose, now in use. Wo hare beea eel ling
them for a boot three yeara, hare warranted every pen
sold, and have not yet had one retarned. or any'eom
plainte made of them. They are-the pen ntedby almont
every public officer, book-keeper, banker, ttc- ia the C.
States. We boy direct from A. Morton, not from ped
Urn, have his pens warranted to as, and warrant tbm to
thom that buy of aa. Call at th BOOK STOlfi.
Dec . od16iu3
DE. J. K. RATTT,
Druggist & Apothecary,
DEALES IN PI EC
Pharmaceutical Preparation of Standard Strength,
iure vv xnea ana Lxquort, burgteal instruments,
Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, ax., be..
EE3PECT FULLY Inritec the onai deration of the
medical profession and familiea to hia complete
and raried aaeortment of all articlea usually kept in such
an eetablifthmeut. The character of the stock ia of the
Physicians and tamilies isTorinr him with their naV
ronage, may confidently rely npon receiving Baedicinea
which will not disappoint them at the bedside of tbe
sick. Every article leaving this establishment is war
ranted strictly as represented, and will be carefully pat
np and accurately labeled.
Physiciana in the country, who nay be unable to
make their purchases in person, will Una it to their ad-
vantage to order.
Empire Hotel Block,
April 7, 1869331
MORTON'S GOLD PEE
A LAP FULL.
All the sizes. Every Pen warranted
My 17, 1S58 43tt at FRTtJ.
TO BE HAD
CHEAPER THAN EVER!
Better a quick jirpence than a stow shilling, is our
B HOFFMAN Ac CO- take plaasnra in infer
. in. their araBkaro customers aad the public mo-
e rail j that tbev are again receiving tbe lorgeat and
bast aelectea stoct of.
FALL & WINTER CLOTHING!
Ever brougk Unto this Market.
We hare also a new stock of rentlernen's Furnishing
Goods, Hats and Caps, Trunks, ice, all ol which wa are
ouenitg at prices to
Call therefore, at the United States Clothin Store,
opposite the Poet Office, tf yu want to ret bargains ia
Beady-Jiaae uioinutg, ueauemca r urnianina; wvvua,
Hats, Caps, &c.
Call and satisfy yourself before buyinf elsewhere.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER,
on the shortest no notice.
B. B. HOFFMAN ft CO.
XUlerabturg, Sept. 22, 186ft,
CURB YOUR CORNS!
This remedy te a sale an4 sore cure fbr
HARD & SOFT, CORNS.
For more than eighteen years this preparation aaa beea
in nae with
It does not contain anr burning or poisonous ingredient,
and ia wholly free from any thing that can
injure or irritate
This Wonderful Preparation for the Cure ofOoms
fcj its peculiar
Soothing and Softening fropertles
softens the Corn or -Callus, and rerrMjaeee a natural
- nna nriuj Maawj ww a
' PRICE, 24 CENTS PKB BOTTLE.
Fujl directions on each bottle jg
FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE.
Buy your Spectacles at the
-p lank constable's 8lesan( Jh
- eLs lic'i8HiniatoiiaforaleatUuolKt.
. Blood Purifier UadEloed Pills,
v? . ; .' i
HEN Da. Soaacc, th. aaiebratad Swwdnh rhyaf
cian. Introduced hia blomd ra ruler and Bloo4 Filht
in toe United States, he aet forth in plain lanmai their
earatiTe nropartiea. 1 hia waa y wa aga. The task of
Enligbtrnea seen whoaaebareter fcr aownd Jodgajaat anat
poiloaophy giTea their woiajona weightia tbe anaamaaity,
men who observe, refect, and make -as.nni douUj
nan, befora tbar decide are wrerywaara approir.r aa4
arging thanaaaf theaw waarferfnl freparatiaaa. AiTwh
confide ia tbe wisdom and haneety of this cssaa, srvbe
chose to umstigata far taaaaselraa are an as saMsaeaal
an IhisimportajBt aabjeet.
Dr. Koback iaritM the attentlm at (he sick tha '
From wjesBbenof the Medical Prclassina, adrcan aawb
liejowrnala, well known Merchant aad Famera, and la
dies of tbe higbeat respectability, grrrag aeoouts mt x
traordinary cores wrought by the eaiwriira, W which
cvros they thazoselres were
Eye Wltme tm.
These parties may be consulted personally ar by ratter.
oy toose wno savre any aoaDt nana use aaajeea, 1M er-
idenee ia the
eaeenoa or ur. Mooaca, wnwn v as au
to the aabUe, estsbliahas aha tsUawmg
That the BLOOD PURIFIER and BLOOD PILLS bar
been prorad by analysis to . .
ContaUn b niaerml
That they care the almost aorransU leaiiulilif
with swerrtay mt f aiafs. and fas a Tory short tjaaa. That
after ail other awidirinre hare aroeed nssltaa, they reliera
and rastora the health aad atrangth af the aaoarar. That
wha haT. langnished fcr years in helpless weakness and
cpondency, recuperate with great rapidity andar their
inrigorating operation. That all sexual disabilities ara
remoTed by their cordial and gently stimulating proper
tiea. That they raerait
Saattereel Const! ta tlona, -howarer
they may have bean trifled with aad sbaaad; (hat
their direct tendency is to lengtbea) life and reader it en
joyable. That operating directly apom tbaawtaaaa aas
acst a. sas Mewa, they
Can) Soon to Heal,
and discharge from tbe system, ereryt int of Scrofula,
whether hereditary or otberwiee. That they
Recruit the Debtlltated
and that there ia no disease of the Stomach aad Bowels,
the liver, the nervona system, the skin, tbe glands ar
Anselee, in which they do not gire prompt relief, aad (tf
administered before the Tory citadel of life haa bean in
Taded,) enact a painlesa and perfect enra. - .
Bear ia mind that the Seaodinariaa Vegetable Blood
Fills are endorard by tha experience of tboaaanda of Ur
ing witnesses, wha in letters, affidavita, aaedieal words,
and by word of month, ppoclainrthem to be the rery beat
preparation of tbe kind erer offered to the broken down
Tietims ef ill health. They hunt disease throagh every
arenne and organ of the system, and to expel it thorough
ly aad permanently.
No one can doubt their raperiorlty after one single
trial they are nrt only better bat, in fact, cheaper than
ony other Pills, for it takes a less a umber of tbeas ta pra
dnce a better effect.
Pries it tha r-caadinaTian Vegetable Blood PariArr,
$1 per bottle, or $a per hail dozen. Of the Scandinavian
Vegetable Blood Pills, 24 cento per box, or I boxes for f 1.
Read Or. Robaek'a Speeiai notice, and Certillcatra, pub
lished ia a conspicuous part of thie Paper frfm tiina ta
Dr. Robaek'a Medical Almanac and family Adviser, con
taining a great variety of interesting and valaahla Medi
cal information, can be had gratia of any af hi Agent
t-iroagbont the eoantrr.
In ditticalt and complicated eases, Dr. Robaek may be
aonsnlted personally ar by letter andoaing aaa atanp for
the reply. . , .
From Rev. Mr. Melln.ua, Pastor of Roberta ChapaL
lirniA.varoi.ia, October , ls7.
Irr. C. W. RoaAca Dear 8irt I hare need yoar Blood
Purifier for a aarvoas aflaetioa, from which I have eujfsa
ed maeh at times. While it ia pleasant to tbe tnatc. it
certainly happy enact apoa tbe aervea. Please eeeept
my thank for year kind regards, and believe me x oara.
j. w. X MC9tULil.r..V.
For Sale in Holmes cennty by H. Yenria, Millera
barg; J. Rudy, Berlin; Jas. Uanna, Holmesvile; 6. Ger
ber, Wioesharg; H. Pomerene, Muldietown; J. C. Long
shore, rieshville: H. Betdler. Lakeville: iom Platr. Sai-
tillo; G. W. Conyer, Oxford; Aaron Keim, Carlisle; and
by Druggists and Marehant generally tuiaugneat ua
Important to Farmers, Farriers aid
(teUbratelt mt fiumtnt
IS WARRANTED to tar or mnore all tha fol
lowing named dita-aaaa of tb bona, iavca aa)
Spavins, Ringbone, Splint, Curbs, and Windfalls,
or any outer Lumps ar oweutnfa, . .
that may arise on the hone from any cacae vbatorvr,
or wherever located, it haa also bora aaid br thou wb
hmr miwd tbe Lisiment thai it will cr Polr-KTil aad
FisMiIa, if applied Id time.
ry GiT it a trial, aad if after Miiif it according to
directiona. yon are not aatiafied aa to its aAcacy, ialf
tbe bottle and w will reftind rowaieney.
SOLD BY J. K. RAIFF, DRUGGIST,
Remedy for Asthma, Rose Cold,
HAY FEVER, &c
THE SIGTfAI. SITCES8 which haa attended the
nae of this Modiciae haa induced the aiapiietara ta
publish some account of Ita wonderful properties, and to
offer it for the benefit of those wha ara afflicted with the
above named painful diseases
FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE.
Sept 1, 1849 J.
T7 SPIRIT DIINERAL ZfCCANl W. haw
Ij Jast received a supply of thia aaw and iavalaahl
Chemical pr -duct, for jnatantaneeasly resuoting rreaea
stains or paints, front ailka, velvet, cloth, ke, aad fa
cleaning' kid gloves, without leaving any anpieasaat odor
TO THE LADIES.
WE HATE JFST MECKITFD a birr aad aaaat
excellent assortment ef Handkerchief Extracts,
Hair Oils, Pomatums, BandoUaaa. Hair DyM,Bair lavig
eratora, aa. Bxtract af Tannalia, I ammon, Oranga.
Rose, Pine Apple, , kc, at tha
VARIOUS Style, for aaie rrry dwap at the
. SOOlk ST0&. .
Da. 24, 1857. ...
Buy your Oysters at the St.
About twenty different kinds, Tarr
ing in price from 50 cts. to $4.
Call in at the Book Store if
yon want a Jjantexn.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT varying i. pric
from 4 1.S0 ta 2, Ja received at the
English and American Toilet Soaps.
fllEATEB-S HONEY SOAP, Lowes Urea.
j rine Soaps;
Ataw. s ufot7 nimaa; ,
Tartta AO Saaa. aaJ
to otharamrlety af faacy Tallet Soapa, at tha Book Saara.
English and American.. rerfameries, &c
1 CHOICE MO SUi tSIOl, LOT
Joat Hereiweal at UtsBosk aHoro.
FOR TEN CENTS.
THE HKVr tl $3LAm m TOWN aad
at Honk Store, to he proved by eamnarlaoa. The aM
womaa that Ml down aad broke hara the ether day aaid
ah. didn't oara, sine. so. eonki repine it a rhaap frae
got it at tha BOtK STORK.