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A WashiDgWTcorfespondeBt' of
"New York Commercial thus writes ot one
abis relic of barbarism should bejeen
v .every -odo who comes lO-Alexsndntv
Itis" strike" a monument to' libertj?anrL api
, .epitaph brslavery. Xou rosy jen -reach
,:XfromtIarsballHoDse.t - ''
S irbs; jrojucent office, where lb .slaves
. fcwere takp. cut to bo sold where the
" vwere exwbited for inspection- itbere (Heir
Sferjg jSinls of body and mind were
jjOwn to tho" best advantage, as horses are
f trol('ed,lui-is near the pen. .This buildr
ijtftr anaajacent yard have a-liberal snp-
flBy.of grated windows and doors. The
fifteen, high composca ot uaarupie
tck irtplsopen to the hot sun of sum-
ter anfl me nerce coia oimyu
itfrhi tlwislaves were fed." A little
rckeFinthe crated door allowed tbe'ood
to.De passea id. ah iub auja:ui. '
-.'if3"lie'nfiiiias two larrre enclosures. One-
ffpf- thesevis-fifty feet loug by forty wide;
.open at the'lop to the weather, but strong-:
2j?fguarded allaronnd. Here hundreds of
iSm man "hplntrB of Kolh sexes, wera hud-
'iogelhir like" cattle "the aged, the
die-aged and the young guilty of no
charged with no offi use ye.t brand-
jntarnoas. ppbmid litejelons, scourj?
LsiarVed.like convicts, and sola as
Is on th"e.aodtion block, inf&hopeleis
s and cruel bondage 1 .
11 ibis, yas n Alexandria lelween
ishes .f,Mt. Vernon and the capital
ihe natibn. r r
rembTe.for Ay country," saidsJKom-
irginia o( Eipve peas aim sinve uc
-"wiien ijemeniDer mat uoa is nisi
at hw-justiee cannot s!epJiprever.,,
Alexandria Slave-Pen. The Widow and Her Son.
AecenTlVashjnffton, letter relates tne
Ipwjng incident) which shows thaUdeep.
r- .i.V i..1rr o i ci.nnn
ero"vfelf3Up ft -fountain of truemanly
A"bout two weeks'siiice a privato in one
IhB New York jfgiments waif killed
Qhilejn pjucset auly auourouiposwpB.ine
. Koiomacrrtie .was n vouner man. oaioveu
Kit Ci'd ftATnunniAne finr? "i Im t.rt1i llhnA of &
wiaowea momer.i, wuen soe.peara oj "is.
T. 4 deajhxsbe-hujried .on here from'sjlochester,
fment, tOjiave ber, son's rerrtamsjeenr-to;
Lis naliveTplace. -She found inat it would
cost Jiei?auitelab"eavv sum,.n'dfar more
than herslender Dorse would permit. .Dis
appointed, and with her cup of sorrow, now
tiled to repjetion, sno was aooai to reiuru
unsuccessfuKwhen ari old officer, Captain
Uaguire, volunteered to aid .her through a
letter to the Seceretary of War. Mr. btan
ton was so impressed with" her story that
he immediately seot an order to the prop
er o'fficer, with instructions to have the
dead soldier disinterred, pr&perly coffined,
and forwarded "with every memento of re
spect, to bis homo free of charge, to the
devoted mother wfeo had offered her 'all on
the altar of her country.
Chaplains in the Army.
a report of the Sceretary of War
tQ.Congressj giving a list ofChaplains in
the service, it appears there are four hun
dred and seventy-two Chaplains in the na
tional army.. Of. these. New. York has
ninety. seven; Pennsylvania, sTxty-four;
Massachusetts, nine-teen : Maine, eleven
jSevf'ilampshire, six; Vermont, seven:
Bhoda Island, four iDeIawarc,-!fwo,'Mary.:
land, three; Virginih,-four; Kentucky, six
teen; Ohio fourty-fourr Indiana," thirty:
Illinoise, forty-six; Missouri, nine; Kansas
iour; Iowa,. .twelve; Wisconsin, eleven;
Micbigaa, thirteen ;: Minnesota, two.
-The Winchester correspondent 'of the N.
Y"Post' relates the following, which as
likely as not, refers to one of the kindest
apd best, hearted Chaplains and nurses in
the service and known to many in this
Chaplains in the Army. AN INDIGNANT WESTERN CHAPLAIN.
While a secession woman at Winches
ter, at tbe.hospitnl, was reproaching some
officers'standing-there with having'corae to
pillage, to burn, to ravogo and destroy,
she aroused the ire of a western chaplain.
He was" a rough, and -outspoken manand
in the society of the camp bad learned cer-.
tain expressions which are not usually
found in a minister's vocabulary. It was
difficult for.bira to listen t& her reproaches
with any -patience when'f side.by side pur
wounded and there wouncled lay, receiving
the same attention, .and. at last, unable to
. coutain himself any longer, he broke in up
on ber as she wasdescribing "what the
"Norlh had done,, with "Madame, that
false as hell." The well merited rebuke
had its effect, and the woman said no more.
How the Rebels Retreat.
Asbbj has two .brass hei.itzcrs and two
regiments of cavalry, .the man of which
are. nil mounted, and-with these most
the fighting is.dona. The plan ef the re
treat is this: AVhile Jackson marches
straight od, Asbby follows a mile or two
m the tear "with, his "cavalry and mounted
battery. When ,he comes to a hill com
standing the road be stops, plants his guns
and, a wats.jh8 approach ei ourcolumn.
As soon as'thVadyahce" guard'e'f- cavalry
appears in sightjfjishelLor two is thrown
at them, the cavalrv scatters, and rushes.
back for' the artillery.- "By the. time the
have cqme.np.vshby s men have limbered
up and moved on to another bill, uur
grins give' them a shell as ibey 'go, .arid
the nuvance, -which bas been retarded an
hnnr hvtnA'nnorn'ilrtn re rfmmart'roA ncrnin
By; such nianeuvreas these Asbbygams
S.Strasburg cpr.JT. PsC
. There beret was in the,, history, of
grain trade remarked the JV". tY: -Tribune
when such. a large amount of produce were'
stored waiting- ihe opening of navigation
to meye. eastward. There was .in store
CJhicagOf "March"" 15th' 1862, Sf.Oe'O.'ooO
bqshels-wheatrToledof March 15, 203,561
d'o-uffal'oMarch'b; 768206. do; Mil
wautie, .'March', .21 .4,300,000 do J Detroit,
Marcb;r2:U04;800,000.:ao. v r
Of com in stoit, the following is the es
timate fr,Ch;eago, 256,1 Bij ToledoV
43,15; Buflalo, c233;917; Detroit 104,
-The Illinois Central Hail road has
store over 1,000,000 bushels. In tho
itv'of New York there'is" already stored
bushels Jof corn. Millionsof
are stored at different
lawaiting tho opening
uJd. swell the apve
H 'fabulous tmwt.
-riwTJTriTTC fJ HI AT7T
Jf awj.vw. 7 - -
1 a-, a T CrVn i" fir .
bealuil uie or ucauii
an the captions iarolre! ia tlie
adoption or rejection of this rc
cifie by Uie martyrs, external.
5iyue and injone. Hating re
ceiretl Uie inJurtementot Uie div
tinpiUIirtl saran, 'ihe late Ir.
KANE, and iUettcacT4tcsted dur
In; to xvftl .Yluttrs ia the re
gions of eternal ice, it is now com
wj into general oeIi. CTcrj mc
tionof Uie ciTilized glut, and its
marrelou cures tro ercrjirLerc
THE AFFLICTED ltEJOICE.
L.-vic tested iu virtue, aiwl are
-rejucln; in freeOnm frHtn Iod;
JinstriDjr PAIS auj DISEAFK,
-which cilier remtdies liad Culed
to cure. llre jo.MIio ET.OX-
matish, sa:orew, exo-
ACHE orTOOTll-ACIIE Are joa
niictei niUi ou) sonis sur-
rerins from BRUISE?, SHtAlNS,
COKNS, H)1K EVES, 1'H.EST
THE ARCTIC LfflBVIETiT
trill afford yon itialant relitX.
rerjbodj Is liable to
Fortltcse dreadfitl accMtnts the
AUCTIC IJNIJ4ENT kIhhiU M
kept oa Land, for U affords mre
and immediate relief, often far
ing from deaUi. Krerj itteani
bfiat Aod railroad train rdiould
,keep IL Who tltat lia heard the
suness oi auguiMi uncrru uj uie
Kcaldcd and maimed rictiniH of
exnlfvy"ms and cJlt5iotii,lo not
Uftl Uiat heme means of rtJIcviug
Uieir-lorlure should aliras he
Accewuhte ? SnchdnexexistiutVh
balmjrjttin controlljng agent. Itis
THE MOTHEES COMPANION.
It cures CAKES IN TIIE
BI'.KAST, EOI'JJ NMITliS,
dies ulio jirtze a pore kUd,
void iJiaBii-Ie, Uotclies, scurf
and all discoloration und tx-
rrMrnirfl. ftliOuld attack
tliese li5KOr.oii Vault's
i(S dimiain nK.natlief appear
Q wilh tI,e;Ai:CTICJJXlIENT.
F-fi: jt ia excellent ior mc nan,
Sil Eirinffitaliealllij, glosnjap
.'r' pearauce. U U
.GOODFOR MAN AND 3EAST.-
Il is a aorereipi ranedjr tot
,tlie rarioua diMfasea itli
Ttlitcli luirses areadlieted, cur
insf Hie most alarmingcaesof
. . t-mTV?
.I1AI.T, WOUNDS, SCnATCH-
2i. SY W-asrTrra lli,ni.u-
BONE, BIO-IIEAI), roij,
EVH,&e,- No. farmer, lirerj
'tUble keeper,, ofany person
,in T.kllil! HOUSES.
aliould .be nltliout tliia valua-
j""FOT Ed by all mpecUWe PruffiisU and Dealer,
pn. nf , I Jnlm.nt. 25 cent. 60 cents and SI a bov
Ue. A. one-dollar botUe containa as xncdijiniment aa
eight tntj-nie-cent ooiuea a
ErerpoTduuer or a dolUr Utile oT 1& ARCTICT3N
mrtf imim. at Dr. End's tipensetbe UMTED
"-srTES-JOCRVAL, of New orlc, lotjne jear.
fcant writer, of the "country. CertlBcate of subscripUoa
and full particulars of the novel and puibnlbropic en
terprise, of which this otter fonna a part, will accompany
"An AGENT WANTED in EVERY TOWN and VTIJJIGE.
Comnnmlcationa should always be addressed to St. Louis.
For sale at the Book Store.
Found at Last!
EVER since the Wirzard Oil man Tiited Millers
burg there has been a co a stint demand for the Oil,
so great was jts success with those who nsed it. But
the trouble was to find where it was to be bought. That
trouble has been over come. It can now be had at the
Cures the following complaints:
Rheumatism and Niiralgio
-' Nervous 'and Sick Headache,
' lContrahted Cords and Muscles,
Toothache and Sprains,
Cuts and Bruises,
Cramp or Colic Pain,
Burns and Scalds,
The "Wjiard Oil is not recommended as a euro for all
the ills that flesh is heir to, tut it will be seen uponin
vestigatiou that the above complaints are all of the same
Nervous and Inflammary Aches
FotTrtricli the "Wizard Oil UpeculiarlT adapted, not on
ly onaeccount of its remarkable curative properties, but
becausjB itis very penetrating, odJ consequently rtaches
thereat of the disease, and eradicates Uie cause. The
proprietor of the Wizard Oil has labored to overcome
this difficulty and with perfect success, as 'can be seen
by testing the oil in the fo'.lowiBg manner: Poar a
small quantity upon any part of the flesh, and rub the
paria muiueut auu tuc wn ui uiwuai uiuvs "
Etantir'. That it doe? not evaporate can be easily prov
en by putting; a teaspoonful in the open air and leaving
it some time, when it will bo seen that the same quan
tity will remain, -which of course would not be the case
Neuralgia, and kindred dis?ases7 to jrive it a. fair trial
oeiore giving up in uespair, anu noi 10 couaema an, oe
cause some other remedy tailed to cure you.
Price 25 cts. per Bottle.
FOR SALE at the BOOK STORE.
P. C. THOMSON'S
ESSENCE of COFFEE
Xo. 248 North Tliird St., PHILADELPHIA,
"vNEcan of this Essence will (roasfarasfaurDound:
J of Coffee,and Coffee taadebjr It will preserve per
fects tha real taste of. the best Coffee, and Tvill hare
a more delicate and liner aaror, a finer color, and will
be much 'more wholesome than pure Coffee; it will also
be clear wunout reqmriuanjtuing to ciartijiu
FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE
Let" Every Man took Out
' BENJAMIN COHN
AT THE 3TOUNO AMERICA CL0TH1XO. STORE,
has on hand larje-aJocA Of jfJTJ: r .
of eiei7 descriptltjD, forjnen and bojft wblch b U sell
ingat Terjrlow prices; and bikUig;iu payment at par
the notei of auFpeudbd banks which are consldere d sol
vent. He hai
alnstfcUhpriceisjttnd laJherefortdeUrmlned to U
Eoodnat about cost, juitte keep him In exercise ani
elp the people throagb these trying times.
sbnnlJ look oat for himself, and consult his own inter
t oy buying goou where they can be bought the
cbeapeftt. k r
Go and examine his goo-N it U no (rouble tor him to
show them at the Yeung America ClolblugStore, at the
old stand on the corner.
Clothing made to order on the shortest possible no
ticefits warranted nn ill no take
MlUersburgy Jan. 9, 1802,
' Don't .Cry any More.
TTBE ONE OV WADE AND BUTCnERS RAZORS
U when you shave, and youneedn'tcry any more from
pain. The genuine article lor sale at the BOOK STORE
A nor lull Iotof those extraordinary cheap 7ji
. j. mrs, receiveaai me uuuiv alvu.
MOTHER- lar,-e lot .of
XX. bub. mu.
P. C. THOMSON"
. HaBDHS. &C.
eachgtjust received at the
rfftW-BBinn I iinffAxprcss Company,
CF"0ur shopls near tho h
Dr. J.,H.- McHEAJST'S
V r THE WOM.1J,
hi lit M Mam
Ddlgltful ConHal .
xtex urn, .
The thousands EtKm
thoosands wh are
daily nsins McLean's
al, certif that it ab
Tif tr(J an diseased and diseased STstem. narifrin?
and enrichinz the Wood restoring the sick, saflering
lBTOMd in -
HEALTH AJMU STtiJJN U-T.
There is no mistake aloutit.
It will rnr Liver Cnmnlaint. Drsrersia. Diarrbcea,
Draentarj, Headache, Depression of Spirits, Feyer and
Ague, Inward Ferer, Bad Breath, or any disease ofthe
: CI . .1. n.HA.l
CgrGentlemen, do jour Trish to be healthey, strong
Ladies, do you il tue woom ot. neaua io raouai
to your cheeks again? then go" at once and get
Idea 'i StrtEUieiiiB; Cordia ml Hooi nirnier.
DeTay aot a moment. It is warranted to gire satisfaction.
It will cure any disease nf the Kidneys, Womb, or Blad
Amv TSinttnT-. Ohstracted Menstruation. Falling of the
Womb, Barrennss, or any disease arising from Chronlo-
or -nervous ucum.i.ia ti. n.
TU von wnt tour delicate, sicklr. onnr childrtnj to
be healthytron-and robust? then gire them ltcLean'a
ct.-iu..:n. rnnlT.l ttetk tha dirertinn on each bot-
r--nne th!e-inoooful. taken eTerrmornmewstinr,
Is a sure prerentire again.t chills and fever, yellow f
Ter. cholera or any prevailing disease. j
Ci;aul'on; ueware oi iirujcsisw h
mar try to palm upon joa a bottle of B'.tters ortSr
saparilia, (which the1 can buy cheap), br aajing it Is
iustas mod. There re even. men BASE enough to
steal part of tot name to dub their TILE decoctions.
Avoidsucb infamous" PIRATES-and their Tillianons
componnds! Ask for J. H. McLean's Strengthening
rA.H..l ftnri THnnd Purifier. Take nothinz else. It is
the only remedy that -rill purify your blood thorough
ly, and. at the same time, Streogthcu and Invigorate
the whole organization. It is pat ap in large bottles-
Si per bottle, or six oouies ior.
A if fawt 1 X' c.l. PMnvinthl.;
Corner of Third and fine Sts-,St. Louis, Mo
DK. 3IcL,E.N"S DNIVEHSAI.
for I.lvcr Complaint, BilllOHsnrss, JUeadncUc,
Tii .to niiTf r has been a Cathartic medicine offered to
the public, that has given each entire'satisfiction as Mc
Lean's Universal Pills.
CtWontirol wore table, ther are nerfecllv innocent
and can be taken bv the most tenderinlant; yet prompt
and powerful in removing all Billions secretions. Acid
or Impure. FetedMattCTfrom the Stomach. In fact they
Jtsii.tha.only. Pills that should be nsed in malarious ttis-
TtiAv Tn-fuWr nn Hrinine. Sickness or Tain in tho
Stomach r Bowels, though very active and searching
In tlieirnneration. Dromotinz healthy secretions of the
Liver and Kidncrs. Who will suffer from Biliousness,
Headache and Foul Stomach, when so "cheap a reme
dy can be obtrlnedl Keep them constantly on hand ; a
single dose, taken in season, may prevent hous, days,
Universal Pills. That no other. Being coated, theyH
. numlhi nf i4rnK. -ARB Mr 1 IT. J. 11. Cl.eaa B
are tasteless. Price only 25 cents per box, anu can ee
sect Dv mail to anv par. 01 inv ua.iu ouic
J i tt r-t i' i v- CI- I' .:ntn
Cercer of Third and Pine Streets, St. Louis, Mo.
DKiJ H.WcJLEAN'S VOlTcAKIC OIL IiTXl".
The Sett External inthe World, for Man orJteatt.
-Tbuands of human beings have been saved a life ef
aecrpiiua., nnmii.iOrxDJtne u.e 01 tuts iniinuiire
IJniment. Jt will reiie. PATrT-kiBot.instantaDeouslv,
and it will cleanse, purify and heal ti.o fast SORE ic
man. mil 101lfYP T.QB IllOSL IDlCU'litLi: W?M ,11 liuiuuw-
f:,it XVnraWia. For Paralvsis. Contracted Mus-
cles.'sttTness or Weakness in the Joints, Muscles or
Ligaments, it win neveriau. iwuuyyiiwiuua ,.i..vtc
Sore Throat, Headache, or Earache. For Burns or
Scalds, or any Pain, it is an Infallible Remedy. Try it,
and you will find it an indispcnsible remedy. Keep it
alwajs on hand.
" Plenters, Farmers, or any haTia charge of horses,
will tive money bv nsiniMcLean'B Oil Liniment. It is
a speedy and infallible cure for Galls, Sprains, Chafes,
Swelling," Lameness, Sweeney, Sores, Wounds, Scratches
or any externa uiavasc. xij n, ju
iTT. t. it. TneX.r.AT!. Sole Proprietor.
- SAINT LOUIS, M P,
For sale at x atu.iii.", juiiersourg, u.
July 4,1861 ly
SEMI-ANNUAL STATER1ENT, NO. 102.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS
May Xst, 1SG1.
Cash and cash items - -Loans
well secured -Real
shares Hartfordbank Stocks
2425 " New York " '
1010 " Boston " "
SOS other " "
United States and State " " - -Hart.
t N. Haven R R bonda k "
Hartfird City Bonds -Conn.
River Co. & R. R. Co. Stock
Total issets - - - -. 932,2 9S
Total liabilities .... 73,24 27
Kor details of Investments, see tmall uarus ana t,ir
Insurance may be effected in this old and substantial
Uomnanv on lavoraole terms.
Annlv to K.'W. TIDBALIj. Aecnt.
3FDwellings and Farm Property insured for a term
of years at very low rates.
July 11, 186147.
rent of the Company In UiUer&bnrg, would say to
the business public, that they are located np town, at
the store 'of Ur. Conn, where all matter pertaining to
the transportation, of .Hank 2otev Gold, Valuables,
Merchandise or Produce, will receive dne attention and
Our Express leaves the office daily in charge of our
own n ess enters uu last powcugcr tniius to an
lilt TvorU of the United States and Canadas.
.Collections with or without goods, will be made and
tne proceed. promptly returned.
Special and satisfactory rates given to regular ship
pers OX Uutier. lZK9 xouiut, tXC mi uirciKu m-u CUS,
WSf. HEWITT, Si
Jlillersburg, Aug. 16, 1861. Im8
PARK'S PlilCKIiY PliASTEKS
Tliey Impart Strenqth; they Annihilate Pain,
mHFSE DELIGHTFUL PLASTERS
k ARE SOLD,'
FROM 1 TO
JL yield readily to the motion of .the
motion ofthe body, absorb pertptration
and throw off all offensive coagulated
impurities of tbesystero. They shonld
be used for all Chronic Pains, Pain to ess
Dyspepsia, wolds, lonsuinpttan, ltneu
matiem. Female Weakness, etc. Ther
retail) thel? active properties when
other riasters are useless, and inker c
vppltta pain can aol exist, .hvery lairu
ly should have them. One size on cloth.
thiee siies on leather. Samples sent
by mail, on receipt ot cents.
D. S. BARNS,
13 k 13 Park Row. N. t.
Feb. 21, 186127
fTinE nndersiniedironld respectfully Inform the resi-
oruoimes county ana jricuity, tosiiuey aro
prepared to furnisn on short notice,-. stationary an'
ortable Steam Engines, of any desired sise, and
Portable Circular Saw-Mills
and Mulr Mills as rood as "can It found in Ohio, and
v warrant curEuglaes to do more worlnvlth the same
luei xnan any engines jnaae in tne state, m e arvri?u
making the oert ,
that can' heToundU TVoare makin; cast plows of the
very, ocst paueros inciuuinfr ail me uizor natrou.
Amdncr other'thinc. 7ft msko Bntlffe Bolts. Fai
Bells, Mandrils for .Wood SswsfOven Fronts, Kettles,
and lares variety of things too numerous to mention.
dcscrT&aflnSf-sls Brass . Clngir
epot, .onTaitTaN-, t.-St.
Tfooster, OjIardi 6, 168329
Gave iov Corns. .
barlnr one of TVIeni Portfolio Packstes vnn ret a.
lstramoend sore "euro for Corns, besides OS other
tlniblo receipts, paper, enreloper. Jawelrr. k& All
sjKccnti': t'oreiloittUo I10VKSTORJ!.
H r R. BENJAMIN COHN havinc been apooiuTiiTIrarH
iCCTiRKO FSOJI THE
CHOICEST AED HOST GEATEfUl
TCinCS AND CARMINATIVES
In tbe Vegetable liin-dom.
. Tliia is not a new anil untrieilrcniedj', ""
but one knotrn for years past, and used
in the families of thousands of our citi
zens throughout the North, South, East
and West, tor
IX ALL ITS FOCUS. ,
Clergymen,' Members -of ."Congress;
Judges of the Suprtmc Court, indeed
persons in every statron of life, have
cheerfully given us the weight of their
testimony, private and published, in its
favor. "Many Physicians, though oppos
ed to "Patent Medicines" generally,
have repeatedly prescribed BJeeuave's
Holland Cutehs. It is designed for
Strength to the Weak,
Power to Digestive Organs,
Health-to the Dyspeptic,
(htrriTrig Nervous Irritation.
It will go far toward rebuilding a
constitution broken dotvn byrarcraudffw
ittu, by intemperance iueatiug or drink
ing, or dissipation in other, forms ,It is
universally approved as a family rcraedy
for Iniiigeaiicm, Sour Stomach,
Colic, Heartburn, Headaoho,
and all Dyspeptic cciitplaints,
X siriplo dose generally re
lieves .pain, ri.-iusca. or any
uneasiness after catln?.
As" a Cnrminalive, It is particularly
valuable lo parents. Irs timely nse prej-
vents manv a serious illness, and many
an anxious night to the mother over the
bed 'of' her child. A tingle, dose will
almost instantly relieve colic, arising
from acidity of the stomach 'or indiges
tion. A German lady informs usjhat
a part of a battle cured her chi!dof
Summer Complaint, after the.
physician liad "vainly tried tocbeck the
disease. A well known citizen s'atcs,
that by its use he was cured of that
Every day br.'ns us further evidence
of its efficacy in tliiitclass of complaints.
It not only cheeks the diseasebut. by its
tonii properlics. gradually restores the "
system to strength and perfect health
NUBSESSiG MOTHER '
ii will five slrcnglli, and thereby nour
ishment to her child.
At e you nauseated in early morningj
indisposed to rise? We earnestly re
quest you lo try the half of a teaspoonful.
It surely will not harm. Yet we poi
tivily guarantee new access of energy,
and a cheerful, hopeful lookingforward
to the d jiies of tha day.
Are ybu subject to nausea before or
after eating! Try the same quantity
before each meal. As wc said before, it
will not harm r yet wc lusure you of
rcli;f from that distressing loathing at
the thought of fool, and also from tho
disposition (o vomit afler partaking. We
promise perfect digestion cf wh.t has
As r. tonic, nothing coti'd be more
grateful to the system debilitated by
Fever. Upon the affections incident
to Old Ape it acts almost magically,
U-racing the nervous system, moderately
and permanently exalting the energies
of all parts of tho frame, producing
necessarily a healthy in rease of the
action of the various organs. In fact
it will prr.vo useful wherever and when
ever a tonic of carminative is indicated.
BEWARE OF IMPOSITION !
Tut one sis of tho pcnalnp. (half pint IwttJ.) -&c
tlmt our uume ii cu Uio luli-l of t-v.ry btUo
BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. &. CO.
SOLE" MASUFACTUrtEKS, -TXT
Price $1.00 jer Eollle, or Six Miles for $3.00.
C&a be forwarded by Express to most points.
Every year Thousands of Children die
from this horrible evil. Til aUnuiui mor
tality loudly calls forJ increased -.wattlifulnpf
and for greater evre'li th ulntiim .of the Trmr
"y. Th.jrffiliig (.ppesltlon of noriy pliysiclaiv
lo n in I II ii il i llnriiui I", in j i in
ju tltcd bj tLalujurlutu tjiL-litiis vf Jrotneof thii
Tirnillies. ami tliu pmitiro IiiefficV'ncy vt nit
of the soallcd tVoml t'onftctions,' '-tferlii
Caulcs,,' -Worui Tcnie, &c. 'i'rcnifrt,ntcfthe
latter are at larmUst as thry are ini Jpcicnt, Tai
wxir mr.tr ajr c r urr. Xo thoujlitrul, n
siliie niother, n. all thiu triCc with the li.'o cf he-
LET PHYSICIANS SPEAK.
SELLEKS' VEIiJIlFUGE THE BEST IX USE!
1IKUE IS THE PBOOF,
Mr. U. K SctLi Bar Vcitr ViTmifayt jxvucwh
u.oro.irLae tuanany i ctvt uscii. 1 will utalea
cajo wlifre t ieoavUU lj !ntlir'i rliil J vai
fining and watting to a itrr tlklit. u 0
inr after L cave (lie Vcrntlfu-c the- cnonc.n
jjuautity of hpwanl six bumtrtt.wurm tctt
litt'd Thta rhHJ, tliat w pi ion up for lost, U
uon ah wtlt m auy in tlre,n'?hlrIeoL .
AMUKOgE AIl.NtXr, Ji7d.
All IbAt U rtN)u!ml toshe it iTfutallon In any
family. i u ia.r trUU
Fuhif rlMtrovK IV. Oct. 4. 1547,
3It.C. E. ?EitXR H.nTlrijr Hml H In my yrar
tire fo?tliu lnvt four or lh jwnrs. I I ft ink fl
ci.illy tlte lrtprrirnti'iH nftlio llnl. I l;aW
Urrtorurc iw-J the f iranititi. 6r the Mrfcntt
i'th.T m.inufcn turcrs. Ywurs rt-'jctl'UIIv',-l
im-Ut cmiir.pmtp jmr-divds of otlicru
wrrc It mwsury, lnt Sllcrs rvrrnl.'nj Ivh si J
M.n nivl.Iney (Mt nftl.A ioa-lIMl ..U- 1 I
licLr more than a !Mr.''of a ceMnry. nlitcli.rf
Ulf, U r,nclKh? ofjts entire nfttyf its otil
tU. vrkuiy of lit WTrtt. ,
Nan k. KxtW'nUiryltMlntf'itt.'nt "aro-of-H-re!
tn lca!cn to rwAuraVh Tmml Vll'uthT'Vcr
Mirurc. ths not lvtiiurrfiici4C-ti1ii.cti-lalm off
ftiyr ibcto on jo. Til? !4-it wy'fnw ij
Ty.tvxzpxv sou cr
R.'U. SELLERS Sc CO.
Sold iw HolraeB county?
1 ..Dr7 J. IC. RAIFF, .Mlllersbnro;.
FKlKXECOLD, New CatlWe
C0JIE TO M'GRORY & CRAIGHEAD'S N1W
BUY YOUR STOVES
"nTHSREron can ret them all richt In everyway. Don't be hnmonged any lonrerby pedlarawho are carrjia
V V stOTes over the countrr, that are all scrap iron stuck together, and very poorly stuck at that. Come where
you can get stores that are a'll new iron, and made at the best store works in the' world; and.wh'en joa net a store
ron getalmasttbepTicr'oflt in trirominr. .
ALL WUKK WAHrtAniCM, i. , , a TV,
and Japanned ware, on hand at all times, and for sal. wholesale and retail ...... , . , . ,
QTrpQ-Tj'jciiNG- done on a new plan, which is superior to all others. All kinds of trade taln In ex
change for ort or ware. MeCROBY" & CRA GIIE.U).
AUg.O, Ibdif T4U111.
Keep constantly on band a large assortment of
COMMON ;A.liB DRESSING BUREAUS,
Parlor) Dining, and Breakfast Tables, . . '
Bedsteads of all kinds
Toilet, Work and Wash folands.
Crib. Sofas. Tete-a-Tetes
AH of which wiirbe sold on
g-They also manufacture O O IF 1H
promptly, wmi uie nest
dealers fn al kinds of
Ott9mas, Hocking Chairs, itc
the most ReasoHable. Terms.
I HSTJ5 of tll styles, and attend lo funerals
xir. -Attar, in uie cuuiiy.
FARRA t YOUNG.
'S. K. WEIRICH,
English, German and American
Jrih)ri)ing3, Oil 6lofl)&c.
.-CULTIVATORS, 150 DOUBLE
Shovel Iron Plows, also Hill-Side Plows, at
KEGS NAILS, 3 or 4 Brands,
Brads, 2ii , S, and four Inches Inn?, at
vils, Springs, Pipe, Boney at
BEST SPANISH SOLE LEATHER,
do Buffalo Sole, at TVEIRlCirS.
SHOE LASTS & SHOE FINDINGS,
at i TVEIRlCirS.
OILS, Linseed, Tanner's, Sperm & Car
bon, Petroluin or Machinery Oil, Patent Dryers
wnue i.eaa, raintf, &c, &c.
LOT OF WAGON, BUFFALO &
Bnssy Hnhsj Poles, Shafts, Seats, Arras. Sc., at
TRAW&HAY CUTTERS, CORN
Stain. Cutters. Corn S hellers at
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE LOT
of Lead Pipe, from to IX inches, at .
June 12,1861 42
Watches! Watches! Watches!:
Made to orferfor.
.SEE A. BR;-,:
SEE NO JOBBERS' EMFITS ADDED
SEE? Also, a.iiiirretk
SE E 5 Clocks, Jewelry, SH?er:Ware
which wUl be sold
6f)efpeh ty-fiie Clieqpegf
elsewhere. Call and see them,
A few doors East of Koch's
ereborg.'OMo, lfarch 2S, 1861
M. FIKE, T'r--.
RESPECTFULLY Inform fcts friends and the public
jene rally that he has opened
A NEW GROCERY STORE,
In the rooms Immediately opposite the Court House. In
his stock will he found the best of
Teat', Qgect.'Sugart of all hind. Fid, 2folawet
' SaltfTobaccoa, Candle. RaUini, Nuts, -Fruitiof
Choice Wines. & Liquors,
' FLOUR & MEAL.
In large quantities to sell el
t Or retail
wnicn ne oners on me mosi
rouUe'terma either fer
casu ur nppruTvu cuuuLrj piuiijiKV.
Don't forget call, at
V 'JJ'iNii: AsRT&Ernsrr of noodi,"Rjp
JV o!ets;NubUuj,fte.,Just we lsed at the "
' , ' BOQK STOUF-
TOR PUEIFYIlfG THE BLOOD.
And for the speedy cure of the following cmm.Ialnt
Scrofulaaiid Scrofulous AlTet t imis.ancll
ni i iimors, uicis, bores, irxitious,
Pimples, Pustules, lilotches, Uolls,
uuu mi okiu liiieaics.
0KHXD, InJ., Ctll JlltlC, 1S.
J. C Ater & O. Gents: 1 feel It my duty to ac-
Kiwuuiio triiai jnur curNtj-nruia Jias uotio lur me.
llalu iulieiititl u icrofulou in feet Km, I li.iro sulTerwl
from it In TArius waja for years. S'liieiiuies it Lurs-t
out in Ulcers ou my Iiaiida and aruu; sitnetiiiies it
turtiird Imvnrd nml (liutrewnl me at Ihe stomach. Two
years ago it Uoko cut cu my hcaJ and covered my scalp
and ears villi nne suie. which was piiliiful and loathsome
beyond Uescriithn. 1 tritnl many nutlkiucs and so feral
Inij.Mcuu.fl, unt wuiioui jiiucu Tviu-i irom any tUliig:. in
feter, tlie dhoidcr grew worse. At length 1 was rejoiced
to read iu the Clopel IVlcssengM that you had prepared
an.alteiatire Saraiiiarilla, f.r I knew .Vom Tour reputa
tion tli.it any thhi you made mnst be good. I sent to
CiitcinnaliniiJ g-t it, and uwl It till it cured me. I took
it, ns you nil vlf in snuilt doses of a teaspoonful over a
roonuj, anu nseu almost uirea ifottics xvr and healthy
skin fiuou legnti to form under tho cab, which after a
while felt off. My ekhi is now clour, and 1 know by my
reeling tliat Ihe Uirathns gone from mySjstcm. You
can well believe that Ifcel what 1 am Hayin? when l tell
you, tliat I hold you tu be oneof the apostles of tho age,
ouu leiuaiu evergraicauny. lours,
St. Antliony'A Fire. Rose or Eryslnelns,
Tetter ami Salt Uhcitm, Scnld Head,
lUiigworin, Sore Eyes, Dropsy
Dr. Kobert M. Preble writes from Salem. N. Y12lh
Sept., 1859. that he has cured an inveterate case of
Dropsy, which threatened to terminate fatally, by the
persevering nse oi our tarsaiw.niuu ana ium a uaugerous
Malignant Eryn'pclas by large doses of the same ; says
he cures the common Eruptions by it constantly.
Bronchocele. Goitre or Swelled Nccli.
Zebu Ion Sloan of I'n-ntrct, Texas, writes : "Three bot
tles or your Snrna par ilia en red me rrotu a (w-L'rc a ind
eons swelltns'en the neck, which 1 bad suffered from'
over two years."
Iieucorrlieea or Whites, Ornrlnn Tumor,
Uterine Ulceration, Female Diseases.
Dr. J. B. S. Cliannlng, of New York City, writes ; " I
most checrfullr com id r with (he request of yonr agent in
saying I have found yonr SarwinariMa a nwt excellent
alterative In tho' numerous complaints for which we
employ such a remedr, but especially in fiuude Diseases
of the Scrofulous diathc.. 1 have nurd many inveter
ate cncs oi Jieticomioea iy ic, ami wrnie nuere ine com
plaint wa caused by idcrrutivH of the fuVrio. The ulcer
ation itself wan soon cured, Notliiti!; within my knowl
edge equal it for these female ilerangMuents.
Kdward S. Marrow, of Xewbnry, Ala writes, A dan
gerous ovarian tumor ou one cf the females in my family,
which had defied all the remedies wc could employ, bas
at length been completely cured Iy your Kxtract of Sar
saiairilla. Our phyeichn t! tough t nothing but extirpa
tion could afford relief, bnt he advised the trial of yonr
Sarsaparilla as the la."t resort before cutting, and it
proved effectual. A fter lakingyour remedy eight weeks
no symptom of the dfeeaso remains."
Syphilis and Sfercurlal Disease.
IKvr 0nir.Axs.2Mu August, If 50.
Dr. J. C Atcii : Sir, I cheerfully cmnply with the re
quest of your njent, and report to you some of the fleets
1 have realized with your Sarsaparilla.
I luive cnml with it, in my practice, most of tlra com
plaints fur which It is -recommended, and Iisre fimml its
effects truly wonderful in Hie cure of Ytnertal ami JIer
atrial Disease. One of my.patients.hail Syidiilitic ulcers
In his throat, which were consuming his jmlate and the
top of liia nieutli. Your' hrsaparilla, steadily taken,
cured(hiin in fire, weeks. Another was attacked by sec
ondary symptoms in hit nose, and the tilcemtlou lind
eaten away a onKiJcruble part tt jt, so llmt 1 betieru the
disorder would oou reacli his brain, anil kill him. llut it
yielded to my administrate of your Sanaiiarilla: the
nlcrrs lipn)ed,aiKl he l'well again, not of course without
some disligiirntiou te'hts tice. ' A'wuman nho had been
treated for the same disorder by mercury was sufterlne;
Trnni this Mason hi lir bones.. They had become so sen
sitire to the weather that on a damp dsy she suffered ex
cruciating pain Iu liccjuiulj and bones, she, too, was
cured entirely by ynurarsitparilla In a few weeks. I
.know from its formula which your agent gara me, that
this Preiarathm fromyour biboniloiy niust lie a great
remedy; consequently,. these truly remarkable results
with It Itare not surprised me.
1'raternully jours, ,0. V. I.AUIMER, jr.D.
liheumatlsm, Gout) Iilver Complaint.
I-roiFLibLNC-jl'rea'twi CtiTa Ctlr July, 1S59.
DlL J. C. Artn: Elrjl hate been aRllcted wltha.pain
ful chronic ItheumaU'nn for a long lime, which UDled Ihe
skOl of physicians, abd'stitrk to me In spite of all the
remedies I could find, until 1 tried your E.rsaparilla. Quo
bottlecnred iueptn two weeks, and'testored my general
.healtli so much that ! am far.beltef-tlian befbre I wal
fattatked.. ItblnkltttWonderfulniedkbic. -J. lltKAH.
Jules T. Oetchell, of St. fnils, wrltmi "I liaTe.Iieen
afflicted for yfars with an-' affrcthm of Vie Liter, which
destroyed my heulth. I tried eeery tlilng,and every thing
'failed to relieve me ; and I have been a broken-down man
fiir some years from no other cause than derangement nf
the ZirflV My beloved -oslor, the Iter. Mr. Vspy, advised
me to try yourSarsapsriUa, because hesaklhe knew yon,
and any thlnjr yon' male was worth trying... lty the bless
ing of God it has cured nt'e, and has so purified my blood
as to make a new man of me."I Trel young aj-aln." Tha
best that can be said of yon Is not half goad enough.
ScJiirrus, Cancer Tumors, Enlarfjevnent,
.'Ulceration, Carles and Elfoltatl.ia or
"the Bones. "
A great variety of cases hare been reported" to ni'wXere
Cures of these Kiruldable complaints havalesultrd tasn
the uso of this remedy, but our epace here illji?t adnt
them. Eome or I Urni mav !' funnd In cslr jeuirrr
Almanac, which the agent, below Bami
furnish eratis ta all wliu call Ihr Uteni.
Dyapepaln, Henrt. DIse.eo.'FiV, aSflle.
my. Melanenoly, .Nevjil
IT.nv rom.rltHl.lM mrvs of these aVctloBS have been
made by the allrraUre power of ItifeJedUtne. It sllmu
latea the vlul funclioiis Into vlprt action, and thus
overcomes "disorders which would Juasemd beydnd Us
reach. Such a remedy haa hmjr Woigr the ne
cestltles of Ilia peoHe, and we ere oSrBesTKj this will
Jo for them all that medicine can t4o - 1 -i
Ayer's Cherif PeAiifal,
nn r n.ntr, I'nr -
Conclie, Colli, Inffnenxa. Ilo.rsencss,
Croup, Ilriucliltfe, Incipient Con
umptluu, a for tli nllef
of Coiismmiltre Fatleuta
In -arts' syncnl Sta
of tho Ulseas-eiTT-av
This Is a remrqy so luinenollVfiaji t' Winss any
other for toe cure or inr-u ana nies cviwpuuuwiioi n
is useless here to puhliih the evWence f Ms TlrlnHIts
unrivalled ejcellence fee coligb ! relds-aiid Its tvr
wonderful cures or pulmonary nnse, v
known tlirraiitliont Iho clvllls.-d natfcns or the tlu.
l'ew aro the eMrnnuulilea, or even,' fsaiUles, niiinis'tiii--who
have ml sonw mwosI e-tper'" lwenr-emel!vlnjii)r.t''y,i-thrlr
r.i ... ...,iiI....'L...n.....i r,r HiV throat aud luica.
As aU kSnBW-slrrednit.'lliIaliry f Hh-w tlinmlrit.'afd
sathenMrswtao,tiieent-eHoi mis rimeuj, "."i"-?"
io more finn lc-snre Ihem Ihstithas n..wll the. vir
tues that It "did Inn c. when nwklne the curta whivl. hat
won bo strongly ,npn the confidence or mankind, i.
"Pretored by Dr. J.C, ATfEB,".C0., loweU, SttM.
FOJiSAL&BYJ.K: RAIFF. '
March IS. lSat-nSO.'
. 'Perry Davis' Pain Boiler.
AFRSSIUot of this TlWa l'tlU6'I,,c',T'
ed.t theV . .HOOK STORE.
I0QK TO YOUR EfTERESTl?
TO BE GIVJEjy eafWVf 1?
TOR A TSITLS ABOVE
CLOT HING, HATS, CAPS,
GENT.'S FUBNISHIN6 GOODS,
HOPFMAN & MOSS,
United States Clothing Store!
Two doors west ofth Court House,
millersbOrg, o. -
They hare the largest and ,Aest (elected stock ever
brought to this market, and at prices te defy all compe
tition. Don't Me OarTVerdforltr
Bat call for yoarwlf mad e the pile of good .be
bare, ind we feel eonTineed tlui if von -want to bar anr
clothing oranjtblag else in their line, joa cannot help
bat bay. They sell 'goods on account of this war time-
CHEAPER ie CHEAPEST!
They are bound not 'to be undersold.
ES""REMEHBER, S doors west of the Court House, al
The Sign of the "Little Giant."
is ihi place to secure 6od bargains-
on the shortest notice, and fits WARRANTED.
ffTiO yon want a pood, heavy 1 and nice Coverlet? If
I V so. call at the U.. S. Cli.thinz Store. They hare
just recel red a very Urge let from a Pennsylranie man-
tactnrer at very low prices.
, GO AND SEE THEM.
Nor. U, 186L .BOTTEXJt i MOSS.
A NEW BROOM!
Just what "was "wanted has now
A NEW WATCH & JEWELRY
The tlndersitrneO resnectfiillT nnnnnnrp tr-
thp LaitHis and Gcnl It-men of Uoiioes Countj-,;
mat tie nas lascn lnenxim one uoor risi oi
8. R. Weirich's Hardware Store, and irampili
ately opposite the Empire HoovXwhTch he has
Clte.1 tip in tip-tup order, and fiHt-d with the
npatest Bhow caspa ia Ohio, whieh" ogain are
tilled with the best ooods asm grealedvarttiy
before brhnght to Millersbnrg -r
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHE
Of the best manutacture in tlicvrorld, ond
prices shat defy competition- Mj-'eipen
in tne watcn iraac, J tuinu enaoies me n
the very best, and buying for .Cash
I thinV I hare bought at prices thai
m c t n" n ..
Sell Them Very Cheap.
My Jewelry is selected pore with an.-eyu to
get the custom uf those who' want a good arti
cle than to s?ll great quantifies.
CLOCKS OF YIMOUS HNDS
Of elaborate finish, and excellent time keep
ers always kept on hand.
If there, is any branch of his linsincsswhere.
he expects to be particularly-successful iC is
this. All he asks is atrial.
ALL WORK WARRANTED .
able for all eyes and all sexes.kept on hand. ''t.;l
N. P. AlcCOltlllCK. 1,
Sept. 19.1EG1. nStf. tHs
THE BEST COOK STOVE"
is las .
It Biikcs Perfect,
Doors fit Close,
Jonts fit Tight.
Plates are heavy,
No Wood Wasted,
Alwavs a Sannlv of hot waf cr.
anpenor .coning lirraBgemeHis.
iook me istrreniBH at lastjjair,.
Fruit dried fincTVictualsiiTtcarm
Js.s a-1 i.ii rt ,t; r t
And has other gooduallties without number.
Beware of imitations, fermany will seek to Imt-j
uiiejoutcauanaaee.ine genaineai mn4nguosee i o. .
uur, soil Ageni.
5T0P AND SEE WHAp
FRAZ1EU Sc. GRi)
T ESPECTfOLLY: Inform the dU
ft. enantr eenerallr.- that ther have
cabinet shoo in. tbe town of fillertiOn.
desiim carry la j oa"the bnsloess ia aU
TheylBteodieepiDjiat all tlmefei
reamaqeiarouare.iacnu , ?
Sofas, Murmtn, Sotiabtc, Tall.
and Jo fAct evtrythiiff that Is s4
peered eataoimnptax. otW ;
mcir una ui ,oi
Veoch,frlHat ny." Mh
res; xnese were.wwo
what bought la th. orDatfl
U centa.' . ,tN
T)T the doteaor tingle hoxw
ine Wick SgSgLSM
Aut SO, ls6'-CB5lawl