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Edw. Bates Letter.
ST. March 20. Edward Bates' letter to di nTbiSouri Delegates to the Chicago Contention in rfe jAj to interrogatories propoawled by them to him, trill appear ia to-nwrrow's Dnx 'cnU. It main poinU are aa folfows: ". Has bo new opinions on the subject of . - . r 1 .. me extension en sisrery ; none lornmi wuu reference to the present arraj.ef parties; ' bis are coeval witb ifae Missouri qoeauoa of 1820; formed his opinions then and Las not changed them since; at tba time of the Revolution, and long after, slavery was regarded as evil, temporary in its na ture and likely to disappear in course of time, yet while it continued it continued it was misfortune to ite country, socially and politically; slavery is a social relation a domestic Wtulion it exists by Leal law, and the Federal Government ban no control over it in the States; but the ter ritories are subject and subordinate, not supreme liks States the Nation is su premo over them. Ia opposed to - the ex tension of slavery, and la his opinion the spirit and policy .of the Government ought to be against its extension.'. The Conslfc tction does not carry slavery Into ?he ter ritories, nor anywhere; it only acts upoav it where it i& established by local law, . The .JDred . Scott case only decided that Scott was not a citizen. Opinions of judges be yond this are extra-judicial and .of no au thority. The qnestions by them discussed political not . within their cognizance and could be disposed of only by political de 'Mtrtroenta. The discussion was most an fortuoatfc as it" produced a dangerous con flict between the co-ordinate branches of the Government. . .He favors the coloniza tion of free blacks in the American tropics, the Homestead Bill, and the immediate admission of Kansas, perfect equality of . rights among citizens, and the construction 'f the Pacific Railroad onder the auspices .o the Gov't. Is gratified his name has onlj been used in a spirit of harmony and - peace, and to prevent division and contro . versy among those who ought tote uniled ; -lian neither sonrrht nor held anv rjolitical ' office for 25 years, and ia satisfied with the . honors already paid Aim by the public -. Spiritual Affinities and Mob- Law. We made note of a case of double spir t itual affioty at Utica, New York, wherein '. a man named Skinner had an affinity for a girl named Beardsley, and Mrs. Skinner leoa an aminiy to a ur. .peniiey, ana toe - four went to housekeeping. These beasts bad the impudence to publish a letter in !-the Utica Herald admitting saoh cohabita tion to be a fact and justifying themselves ein so doing. The denouement of the affair r Trai a mob. ' The house was attacked, Mr. 1 JSkinoer And Miss Beardsley were brought toL"'-. : ' : Leaders of ihe mob inquired of Mr. Skinner whether he bad any justification to make, to which he replied. that be had" ' lone nothing wrong and was at the mercy of those present. The mob then endcav ' ored to take Skinner into their hands, but Miss Kate Beardsley wildly clung to him : with such a tenacity that it was a long time ' before she could be separated from her af- finity. By main force the frantic and mis ,! guided girl was at last torn from Skinner ' and gently carried back to the bouse. .- The xnob seemed to have no intention whatever of injuring Kate. . ,. ; ' A rail was procured and Mr.- Skinner '-mounted thereon, received a passage to the ; City Hall, where the . policemen '-took Mr. " Skinner from the bands of the mob and car- . ried him to the watchhouse, where he pass ed the night, a The mob expected to find - Mr. Wheeler, the spiritual lecturer, and Dr. Bent ley, the man who nas left a wife ana turee cuiurren in destitute circumstances, for an Affinity; but in this they were disappointed. '. Those persons bare been- wise- enough to leave the city. iU I'tijj Mil 1 Skinner the next day left town, so that J uca is now free from the gang. ' The Oil Excitement. . . The Pittsburgh Gazette chronicles, as from good authority, very, brilliant news : from the Pennsylvania Oil regions of Oil Creek. - What is. known as the Crosby wll yields from ninety to one hundred barrels of oil per day; the McClintock well - eighteen barrels daily; the Drake well twelve barrels; the Barnes well In Crawr ford county, near V enango, twenty-five bar rels. A blacksmith named -Evans, of . Tranklin, has refused $100,000 for bis well, ; mnd bas also refused to rent it for $5,000 - per year. - --7--. ) iz There are about 200 wells In various stages of progress and in $0 days there -will be a thousand wells.T V - Previous to the discovery of the Crosby 7. "well, the excitement .was excessive, but now it baffles description. It is pervading -every class of men, merchants, manufac torero, mechanics, physicians, lawyers, and it is said, has even invaded the pulpit. There is not a lawyer or merchant in Frank : Jin who ia not more or less concerned in . the oil .business. The farmers particularly bare become almost infatuated, and aie . mortgaging their farms to procure money " at 2 per cent, a monthL to be invested in oil wells. The hotels are crowded, stages are filled to overflowing,' and'vehlcles of every sort, private and public, are in con- J" stant demand, lbongh still the wants' of the travelers are not supplied. "' ' :1 The firm of Erelilch, Bissell A Cou, a very heavy house in New York, bare" sent out an agent to the oil district, -who has bargained for all the oil produced by the Crosby, Drake, McClintock and Barneswell wells, during the next V4ara. -lle "agrees to aell the oil at a commission of fire per cent, and to advance ten dollars on '' each barrel shipped to the firm in New York, who have purchased a sight in Frank- lin'at $30,000, on whkb-they are about " erecting a very large refiuerj. -J ; In a recnt ride to Peora, says a"Westcrtt editor, we discovered the following" pla card upon a gatepost; - . "for Sai a too story Hows "And ben beOnerXpex to Go 5 Californy, ? rA. Clergyman was rebuked by a brother of the cloth for smoking. ... , v - - The smoker replied that he used the weed"in moderation." . What do you call moderation !'' inquired the other. "' - : Why, sir,1 replied the smoker, "one cigar at a time." - ' - ; " A merchant examining a hogshead of hardware, on comparing it with the in voice, fonnd it all right except a hammer. jesa loan me invoice. ' . "Och 1 don't be . throubled about that, yer honersaid an Irish porter, 'an' sure the nauger tuk it out to open the cask widit" News. . . A largo Americas eagle was captured a few days ago on the BIus Ridge by a Vu- ginia piaster .who as oe gmwiag. e had previously seen it ponnce npon ajarge hog, kill it, and commence eating ft." " Miss SaraV Holdridg a female IjnSer"; died iu LeJpar d, Cln last week. She bad always reprweoted - brself '--as stremely ooor. but $1,090 in silver were found se creted itf her bouse after deatbf James English, engmeeT ie: the Rolling Mill, Wyandotte, Michigan was (band dead with bis feel on the ladder reaching to the snatt. . 11 luid. gone op to ou the son ft, and t be. ods -of bis cravat which wrere flying loose, ceuehf, and that be was the thrown down and choked till be was ex- tinct. ;-:iu?n?i'J;tltj : Rtceiit eipertioeots ia Germany, show that when the thickness of ice is an iacb and a half, it will jost bear the weight of a single man ; wben a boot three rocbes ana a half, it will bear detachments of infantry with their ranks rather wide apart; with a tbickaess 'of four-rd four-tenth inches, eight pounders can be .conveyed over it on sledges; fire and two-tenth inches will bear 12 pounders: eight inches will bear 24 pounders; and a thickness of twelve inches will bear almost any weight. . An old lady in TTortbampton Mass, wno uas uvea iu great apparent uesiuuuou for many feats, mainly supported by char ity, died recently: and m her trunk was found a long stocking full of five and ten dollar gold pieces, and a roll of bills of the first issue or the Northampton Bank. It was also found that she bad sums of mon ey at interest in different banks."- ' St. Patrick's Day—An Invitation to a Great Banquet. NEW YORK, Mach the 12, 1860. Mr Dxas Teddt: Are you oomin' to 'York to cilibrate the 1776th anniversary of our patthren Saint and the one great snake banisber of all lime I We expect smotherin' tiroes. .There will be fiddlin' and whisky galore, and who dnre say a word agin' ill Fernandy Wood is coming, and so is Horace Greeley. . It will be very asey to get bag guests this year; because the foreign voto wilt bo in demand. Last year and they afore, the big guns was afeard to fire. .' Now a sarvant boy can in- joy .the best society here. - The very dec laration of indipmdince Is ' all threw, era j man is on aqtiil footinY Come thin; and bring Biddy and cbiltber: certainly, by all manes bring youug Teddy and Mary Ann. The sight of Greeley and Fernandy Wood will do them good. " And it will be something to sind to Ireland that the O' Finnigins of Dbrnmscbarr dined witb the Lord Mayor of Tork and conversed with Horace. Come I say, and put youi wife and other baggage in Pat Magint'y cellar parlor, which is an litigant apartment and walher tight. rr " Most thruly yonr's, PHILILP MAHONEY. To MISTHER TERENCE O'FINNGIN. —Boston Courier. A Horrible Fight. The St Louis Democrat gives the par ticulars of a terrible fight between Henry Dozier and James Hughes, growing out of a political onarrei. ine ngni occurra in Jefforeoo City, "J ,J ' Hughes, saw Dozier, and called binx. Tbey approached each other and spoke for a while, when! a scuffle ensued, daring t 1 n i j wnicn uoner orew, a smaii pisioi, suv fired it, the ball just grazed Hughes' doing no injury whatever. ; Ulirough the inter ferance of friends they were separated. Hughes procured two revolvers and pur chased a bowie-kntef, and then- started in pursuit." Dozier procured a revolver also, and walked along Main street. Hughes came along and snjd-"J)oziert-ed d n Jron, yoti'can kill me now ify eu want to T at the same time drawing a revolver and fir- t .Dozier immediately returned the shot, and they bot h turned into a saloon. Hugh es'Srcw his bowie-knife and inflicted a stab in iLVrTght breast of, Dozier, plunging the instrument several inches: into the unfortu nate maa.- Huzhea dropped in the saloon from the effects of a bullet which entered in the vicinity of bis heart., Dozier then fired another shot, whicn took effect a lit tle below the other.. Hughes expired in few 'moments. '"As be feelf he ottered the words, -Tell my-wife' and children 1 ant killed I am killed I.",': Dozier walked into the street, and was asked by a friend if be was hurL . 'He said, "Not much," and proceeded toward the Yirginia Hotel, walk ing arm in arm with a Irjono. - lie soon felt the effect" of the stab, and " remarked, "I bare killed him, and I believe' be hn killed me." As be said these words be fell, "and expired in less than, fire minutes. A pistol-dropped from bis grasp wben be fell."-- In the' excitement of the ' moment be was insensible to the", fatal stab that bad beer inflicted nponbim. 'He received a flesh wound also, from; a . pistol bullet, but its character was trifling.- '-.- vj Fifteen minutes 'had not elapsed.' from the commencement of the second difficulty, when both prticipalorg were dead."".,'' i. . . GxsSB4t CoVraasircxbF'iHa M,E. Cm.-Bcn. In May tlie General Conference of the MalhodUt E. Church for the North will be held in Buffalo. It will be one of the most important conventions ever held, as' we understand the slavery question is to be agitated. There wfll .no doubt be a large artomit or excitemenr, if the question is started in the phase it is intended to be, r fc, no member of the Methodist Episco paT denomination is justifiable in holding1 slaves," aoff althoagh J?e may' be " a mere member, endows them, yet it incapacitates bimr from being-' an elder class-leader or minister. Another important" question that will be brought into the' Convention, probab!ytwui be that of iiay ttepresentation both in General, and Slate '' Conferences. The membership of the denominations" are beginning to claim their rights to a share in the deliberations and ' decisions of these bodies' whose action becomes 'yearly more IDnoTOWMaa wenctflQ, jj, ,; -s Libxett oa Death. The Montgomery (Ala.y MaO contains the following r , t , This morning we learn that a runaway negro belonging .'to Jdr. Bobert Y. Ware, was found at the gin-boose of Charles H. Molton,' in this county. Messra; Molton and Ware, and the latter gentleman's over aeer. (whose name we bave not beard) at tempted to arrest the -negro, who, armed with a scythe-blada and pistol, fired the latter, the ball atriking Mr. Molton in the forehead, and inflicting a painful bnt not dangerous wound. . Mr. Ware and bis over seer it is staled, then fired upon the negro, killing him instantly. 1 j-' tv , sa HARDWARE, . : Jhbtf)TO Oil tIrfJ)S, &C. . MILLERSBURG OHIO r , ;ALL niCHT NOW. f; Tt ' ' the threirlit -wfanf; " 4 ' Has beea fuinff all wroitjf. ire xw Eayiig tkeir Bariirare f U Weirlclifc Bro. . .-n .. - Awl tfca Micca rijh tmo it tkc Store ef 8. Weirkh Bretker. Te the Store tf Weirick t Bretker. Whiek 1m foil fro th Boor to the iheli-e Of Irom, Pitch Porta, WhettoMSBS Ax bcIrM. Jest look at the Sore of Weirich t Bra .- zr. , ge toRmm the Uirottr - That ar favrrTiDf along Fer Euivare te Weirich , Brother Ik mt the "rtuhin(. ' fj And amid the "prmdng," Bat Sallow the tbro That an Jrarrjiaf' aloos, . . Te bay their Hardware, Glassails &c, of Weirich & firotber. jans,is .etr y- Ert KBG LESS THAU tMepaia WhiU . . . , WEIRICH A BRO. ty T"t78T RECEIVED, a lot of Farm Bell, ana fj Kajfttmcuea, dt wEiiuta m okv. ITF" onn kegs kails im am uxer of au ! JJ and beat braDda,Jaflt wceiTd br WEIRICH fc BRO THE BEST COOK STOVE . n tvk BECAUSE It Bakes Perfect. Good Draft, r Doors fit Close, Joints lit Tight. Hates are heary, .-; : s ; . No Wood Wasted, Always a Sepply of hot water, Superior foiling Arrangements. Took the 1st Premium at last Fair f ruit dried and Vtctvau kept warm without burning them. - And has other good qaalttlaa with oat mamber. f3rnwmra of imitation, for wtawr wfll aeek to imi- tata. bat nil ami mtthm aewoina the BirCoffoa Pot. WM. sou AgWBl. FRESH ARRIVAL o ; -, cor: . US" 3E3 "W GOODS -;..,. At tSW ' . Emporiam or J. Mulranc TEST RECEIVED a large lot of Plaid cs Woolen Shawls, aad acw style or I lain Centres. Talma Shawls a new aad desirable style. A large lot of Brochae Shawls at very- low pnoca,iroa 3 to xis- -.. v i-' , T V AtargeTariety of -' i - LADIES' DRESS GOODS OF TEE LATEST STYLES. i Ladies' BUFFALO OYEE-SHOE8, with FURTOr8. . , . Gent.'. RUBBER aad BUFF ALU OYER SHOES. " A large lot ot Boots & Shoes, " OF ALL SIZES, from Children's te the largest and heaviest atogy boot. ' A large lot ol LADIES' OPERA E00DS! ;;' . - -' of the latestetyle. - WJA large lot of Buffalo aad Xew York Bole leatherfej Alsot a large assortmeBt of Cotton Yam aad UarpetUBaia.r-1. , -. - -.- Please eaU and see or stock before purchas ing eisewaere. - - -. - Kor.24,1859 14 " " aad abooa baa jaat been raativa4 or C. Halt, tke "nu waa wjwjm oaad ia aria road" ia suit litiro, ana rtaeaaat aO. hot Hatt ia aallinc oS arT tut aad a moraiaai7 cnaap. u joa aava m whom row waatta anjiirlae, take him or herto Haifa to aaa the wonderful LOW- PRICES at which haaOorato aell his Boota, Shoaa ce. B aara aad go . i . Hatta, for that it the ptese an get lb. heat article at tbs Terr lawaal artee. coma aaaaaa, ana aaa v- f too. aarrbaw. .SThafa tb aaa: Batt m aiwara hand, ia a good homor, and awver aajihingelaa thaa elerertoall TV! lIlV It tb. latter. UaladrdeaieeaUlM well aaited. ahe eaoootdo better than to ro Uatt'a. He omalnrs tba beet workajan. and Boca all kinds ef eastern work to order. Be ia not only s friend to all men. bnt keeps fine thinra (Findings) of all kinds for Shoamaten, each as Leather, uiffu, regs, rnreaa. ana naiuu imeiabarg, Jane S, 1849 dltf , Just inTime Everlr AT NASHVILLE, ABB JCST EECBIVISC atthsbfUrs U WashTins largand select stock ofSeir Goods, onmiillng in A.krge and general stoclc of Do .mestic . Woolen and Cotton ' Goods: t,w '-' - : A splendid line of very Rich Dress Goods, in Silky De Laines, Me- rinoes, and other fabrics of new est styles; :t---'-'- i A complete stock of JFancy'and Variety Goods, Shawles, Hosie , ry, KbbonvEihbroideries, &c A very extensive stock of Boots and Shoes," purchased direct froin the best - mannfacturers, w which will be sold for less than any other Goods in the market- let 9 aMz'i: -f- 5 w.. "i-'UsC- J" VI .is' fntm-- "'. V ..i; a, TTERT -Isure. rat 4rmmm6nM twatwHntrat of bootn V o,W adi ssss ennstantq on nans, a aaxnr stock DRUGS, Itia Juts, 0 - DYE-STUFFS,&cM Than has wrer hefore Wen onered ta Am eithrns of Ois star and vidnitv. HI. expCTienee of .tot twaaty yiaii iotntr hn ia tb aelief that . a araggiat mmi alulae earr, he has nsrar keen axceUad aj ana. .... tieabw keens oa hands well selested stock of asw ders earalHagPhyaiclani riwaanwtioa, i - y - . - - . ALSo;;:stJ Perfmerg, fat Snap, Txdknuko, mm fancy A rtkfa, Gold Leaf, flavoring EztracUJocl tt Antra, Comb. &c., Vigan, Prninit, VmrmUkn, Mkite tTocA, ScrwMtny, . and Shoe Snukem, eib. dV, Together with an the PATKKT MEDICINES of the day. nr-Tbnakfal for the sastBhsraJ pat unag. has tawed oakim.hs aalkimaaontinancaaf ahn ill. rarsiciAS TREScxirnoss Carefollv eomvonnded, and chargea to salt the exirea eieaarths tones. - - Ja. TEEBG1X. aag. , lSA-vSn50tf. t . . . - Lyti's Kataair.1, TOR the g ewth and embelishmeat of the Hair. To X arercntianuuncsaanatawaggray. firakk SO Ki Yergja, MUlarshnrg, . PROF. WOOD'S Hals Itrata-rntrre, for saw by nSS H. Yergin.MUl.rabarg, O. PROF. ALEX. C. BARRY'S Tricoserons rKedica tedCownoand, ear the Hair. For sale ay - . ni.. H.rsrgim,kiaienbarg,0. ARABIAN HORSE POS7DER, the giesiisassd. fot dmawsin horns snd cattle; it being a great nnri Ser of the blood. For sale by H. Ysrgin,Mmerabarg, O. YSEXTARY CORDIAL and Cholera Vixtare.of r own amalwtare, for tna core of Oyseotarr, i Morons. Colic and all affeetfoneof tlw Stomach Cnoleral and Bewela, for sale ay H. Tergia, MUlarabarg, O. SHOULDER BRACES. snnnortors an Tnusas. which can be bad at tba Drag Store of H. Yergia, kUllers bnrg, Ohio. - " rflHE CELEBRATED Heava Powder lor the rare of toe neavesm horses, prepsred sns sola by H. Yar- gin at his Drag Store, HUlanfenrg, Hohnsseeanry, 0. E RUSHES snd Glsxiers Tacka, saw-Shoo Blacking and Tarnishes, Inks and toy eotors, for sal by H. Yergia. -TEAST POWDERS, far hairing bread and of the best JL qnaarj.ioraaiaayii. ergm,JliUeioarg, o. T7IPOLA Rotten Stone and SIlw Sand, need for pol- A inning ana acoanng on, ana copper Ware. For sale hyH. Yergin. "tO CENTRA" ED LYE for msking snap. - 1 hex makealS gallon, good aoap which coats SS tents per oa. or aaie "j n. x ergio, m wersnnrg, v. 'TTTHITE WASH, PAINTS, Varnish aad Shoe Bashes, If sorsBieoyn. I ergro, auuersDorg, u. BACHELOR'S ft CHRIST ADORA'S Hair Dye Jbri by H. Yergio, Milleiabarg, O. - T)ERFUUERY and Toilet Soaps, of ths choicest and A. ' bdtt quality, for sale by H. Yargin. T)CRK WINES, BBAKDIE3 AhTD OLD WHISKY. X Also aa exedient qaahty of Vinegar. All Tor sale H. YERGIN merabnrg, O, Jane J, U&Snatf. HEBRON & SON, - x- At-aa ia , r. lion, Nails, Glass, &c., ('M:ILLEH3BTJRa, O. Hare jost receired a new snd well selected STOCK OF GOODS., xo wnica iney iimte avuenuos. Sn&fOBGETTHEl IroD of A rapwr- nor qaaiitj, to Hebroa k Soa. IF YOU WANT qwkty, go to Hebroa k Soa. ail and Glass of a tuperior IF YOU WANT ?-8.u ausae ana Bwrooc;, go 10 iicdtod c bob. IF YOU WANT lesTon? that are good, go to Babron a Son. - Whits tx. T"C VATT Tir A XTYP Carpenters' toota XX' 1UU T -rVll X of Engl iglish or A- aiericaa Vaanbctura. go ta Hebroa k Son. IF YOU WANTiaddl:? Coaca Triraaiiogs, kc go to Bebrqa k Soa. Tools War IF YOU WANT war svuj biuAjg us buat Krtn una, go w ururon son. IF YOU WANT 'ii Coil WeO, or Haltsr Chain, go to Hebroa k 'Lot. Boflina-. Lock, Breast, son. IF YOU WANTpAJS.tTc ro to Hebroa k Soa. - HU8P. WAOT Rasp ana, go IF TOU WANT " from a nodldn to aa Aaril, go to Hebroa k anything ia the nardward line San. IF YOU WANT Farmers toHeb- ton k Son. nHE subscriber bees leave to hit to those ea X traced in Suear Gau.eiaiau.aT that ther can NO. 1 MILLS oa short notice, aad reaaocab) terms, at the bteam jrouadry, Alillersbnra;, Ohio. -Aiso, thai celebrated coflsposition that has beea selling far Seven dollars, can be aaa at me steam roandrr for fire dollars. . . J.H. VAN BHOCKLIN. JuJyl4-47tf ' - 'ATCH JFV.ELRV ") Millcrsburff, O . Shop opposite the Empire House and near - - the Pott Office. Lmk out for the slga oftke NICEST WATCH Iff TOWN. THAT'S COOK'O. And there yon will find Ae Iwgest, best and cheapest lot of Gold & SUver Watches, Clocks, Jew - eliy of all kinds, in town. THAT'S SO! THAT'S SO! 7 NEW. STOCK ; ast receiving and now opening;. CALL & BE SATISFIED. At a great outlaw of money he has procured a one iiosc imported Horn uerroanT aad oaa f the maater pineeaof the skillful work mea of that country. It is em phatically ths Clock aad the REGULATOR . Repairing, : in short notice, &in good style. Don't forget the Place. FIRST CO TO COOK'S. LB raanaetrallTinaiianii aa ililimiirniaajl nl caananaa. ShsS haawens taw? ymoj? not w w wmm i crakiadii shop g ' -aaaan : I I i -J.i , v -t . .- I - Q TTrnSRK yea cea gM them aH rlsbt ia erary ar. f v ewTcs otw in coanur, toat are au acsap ma ma wgeiaer, aaa rery poorly ataca at )oa aaa get store, that are all new Iran, and mads at the bant aesre weeks to, the world; aad w yaa get almost the price of it ia trimminsa. ALL WORK WARRANTED, SPn 1 1 lTOf dona an a new nlaa. which change for work or ware. - - - - Aag.2o, 186 raaia - STOVES! Pont U haaabagad any loneer by pedlar, who are carrying that. Coma where whan yen get a atnrs jr" sale. 'Brass, Copper. Sheet Iron, Pressed hoi mil and retail is snnerior to all othera. All kinds of trade tak-n ia ax UcCSORY k CRAIGHEAD. i, .- -- G. SECHRIST'S Uana&Ktared and soM wholesale and retail by HELFEE & SECHRIST, DIlUGrGrlSTS, Akron, O. XrOTHIKO sdds scare to ths beauty af a hnaasn being jt thaas tna head of hair. A bald head or gray baira gire a person not only an old appearance, bat if tbey are yoaag, make ths contract between their appearance and their rtraeity nnpleasant, and eren ridicalons. Aa srtirM, tbrreiora wholly ionoeaoas, which, by inrlgora- tiog tba enrtiele integuments in wnicn ue asir grawa, will keen it healthy, and yiprorooi and thns preserra the softness, and freahness of yoatb, is mors deaiiabl READ WHAT THE PUBLIC 8AT. r Messrs. Umlkr k SechHat: You ask my opioion ofyoar Hair Re sionttirr, tcaA T fire it ta yon with pletuara. My havir for ssma time, Kad beea growing thia, and I had employed Tavrioaa Hair BestorstiTf?s Weod'a, Mrs. AUva's Ua4 other, all having, as I thiek the sauna besir, lac sarplus, or sugar of lead, or both. Fro a the ase af theao, say baix became harsh, to ntneh so aa to be aa aoyioff to oe and still coaUatiod to fiall off. My hair had alo become very gray aboat my temples. These naiedie schanged the gray into aTarJerj of colors a doll red being the prevailing one. - .With this experiment I made up my mind that hair restoratives were hambags; when a lady friend of mine from Akron, arged me try a bottle of your lVstorative, aad 1 did so. and before the bottle was used np, my hair beoameas 6rm set in my head as it ever was, and ta my sarprise (for my friend had said nothing aboot its chang ing the color of the hair) my hair Irtfc-vme gloay, soft and black, ths natural color. Now with my hair restorative experiment, I do not has itate to say that yonr preparation is invaluable, and whea the public shall become acquainted with it my opinion is, that it wiil drive all other Hair restcr-atives out of the market. Truly, Yours, DAN'L R. TILDEN. ClereUnd, Aug. 25,1859. Messrs. Heifer Sechrist: Gentlemen, In the inll of 1858 I had a serer attack of Chill Fever, and aa I g-t better, found my hair coming out or rather falling out. At the sug gestion of a friend I procured a bottle of Mr. Securint's "Restorative. It at once arrested the decay of my hair, and prevented tba baldness I anticipated and dreaded. But this wa) not all. I fonnd my hair, which waa dry, and turning grey, restored to the softness of youth and to its natural color. I bave little faith in any specific for making hair grow upon a bald head, but your restor ative did all in my ease which it promised and more; it restored not only the visorous growth, hot color alaev I have since had occasion to recommend it to others and have heard rrom them, in every case- the highest re commendation of its virtues. Very Truly yours. ' A.H. LE WIS. Aaron, 8ept 22, IK Messrs. Heifer k Sechrist: . My Tansoriml Professor has beea ia the habit, for some time, at the time of semi-weekly opera tions on my chin, to give my head a dreasing with jour Hair Restorative. ' I have been surprised by its effect, ft has rastored my hair to its natural brown color, and givea it a soft nen that It possessed twenty-five years ago. 1 have never used a hair dve, and can not speak of comparative merits; but from what I bavo seen of the affects of vour Hair Restorative in my own case, I can most confidently say it will restore hair that is gray, or tided, to us natural color, ana giro n a softness mac canals tna. or youxn. int. bix.ua, e. Akron, Sept. 5th, 1859. Messrs. Heifer k Sechrist: Gents, The bottle oT Hair Restor ative l bad or you bas more tnan realized my anticipa tions. Indeed I marsar with truth that 1 had no soil of faith in it, till sfter the second application I Littover- ed that my gray locks wereasiuming their natural color; and now. Daring used but tnree-quarters of the bottle, it will require sharp optics to find a erer hair on mr head. I have fall faith in i's efficacy as a hair ret-t r ative, for I carry the proof with me. If you think it wtu subserve your interests, yon are at liberty to use uusas you uesire tcipecxiuiiv, cc, J. W. DE1TERICH y. Y, Oct 6th, 1859. r Haix Rtsto rat rva Mr. 6. Secb nut's Hair Rostora Uvo is brought before the public at the instance of per sons who have tried and proved its virtues. We for one do now of a verity that the Restorative possesses the qualities for which it is recommbnded. Hundreds of persons bare tried it and in every case proved beneficial results. It restores the hair to its natural color, gives it a vigor of growth, leaves no sticky, rough or greasy feeling, and prevents all tendency to baldness. It is not DTK but a axSTORATivB, stimulating the skin to activity ana onnirmg oacc to cae neaa ine glossy iocks ol youtu. ousntsw nemeon. For Sale at the Book Store, MILLERSBURG, 0. March 1st, I860. 28 PHOTOGRAPHY! Great Improvements in the Art! WM. MCKEE, WOULD take pleasure ia announcing to the citisens of Millersburg that he has taken the rooms ver Dr. Boling's office, where he has an excellent sky-light, and with his ex perience ia the Art, having had the advantage of being instructed in the one of the largest and best Photograph Galleries in the East, he feels josuued ia saying that be will make - PHGTGG8APHS, A5KBR0TYPES, and all of the popular pictures of the day at taining the highest perfection in the Art. He defies competition, aad claims that he will make better pictures on aa average thaa have ever been made west of the liiasiasi p 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 ths in estimable value of a fine ar d life like picture of a aepanec inena. , Suffice it to say that the safest war is to im prove ths present, for the past is not yours, and the tutors yon cannot command. ...j.. , ME MEl GME ALL I to see aad get better pictures thaa have ever been made West, if they don't cost but 50 cts. each, neatly enclosed in a good morocco case. ra-unng in jour children. lie claims not too excelled m making child-like and fine pictures of children. Jlring them in the fore noon. , Mr. M. is not what has the arae of a "trav eling Artist." There U no humbug about this circular. - Perfect satisfaction guarraa teed. .. . . WILLIAM McKEE. Main Street, opposite the Book Store. Jan. 20, 185 n22tf. t WRAPPING YARN. AT PITTSBURGH PRICES. At the Book Sc Variety store - illLLERSBURQH. IN MEMORY OF THE DEAD. fK - . . . , . r-J ft hi fill I. l1 ""rsigned are atUl manuhciuring all kinds of :0JOEflTSf Tomb and Head Stones. Table Tops, t, kcu, at prices to the frosty times. Please give ns s e.11 sad we will Mea ao trouble in eonrincing you that aUUersburg la alacs to bar yonr rrara stonea. tyAXSL, KTNTJ9 OV PBOOTTCE nuea for work. Also, lumber, shiagles, wood, money refused. Shop on Main street JOHN EBERHARDT k CO. Dm. t,'oS 18 Bay yonr Spectacles at the jioow store. AJ It AWAITS has removed his Tailor shop a from the Post Office building, to the room over J. Gary's Auction room one door vest of Weirick's Hardware Store, where he will be happy to wait on his old customers and as ma ny new ones as maw favor him with their pat ronage . CUTTING DONE TO ORDER. July 15, 1853 T2B47ro6. , '., . v' ; NOBODY ELSE HAS IT. Dr. TheOPOllS PeelSrarllCkS Cele- 1 a -j rri . . . uruteu unemicaa, xueaicinai oc . Purely Vegetable Soap. Put up in Ears and sold at the Book Store for 10 cts. a Bar. A liberal Rednction made to five Cent Purchasers. IT IS Recommended for rheumatism, dyspep sia, liver complaints, sight sweats, fever and ague, piles and gnmbiles, aud if taken inwardly will purity ine blood, it contains no "poison ous narcocties," but is "pcrcly Tegetable." None is genuine unless it have the name) of the proprietor blows on the box. Mothers will find a few applications of this soap with a little warm water upon the faces and hands of their "dear little angels,' not only to be advantage to their beauty, but will abut, the mouths ot ranooa neighbors. Put up in bars as large as a piece oi soap ana sola Dy tue oar. . The trade supplied on liberal terms. Morton's (iold Pens. rpHTS U concede to be the BEST GOLD PEN for X U parpoffeti, now la nse. Y have been Mlling Uiem for about three yean, hare warranted every pea snld. and bave not yet had one returned, or anv com plaints made of them. They are the pen used by almoitt every pnbue o nicer, boot -keeper, bauker, cen in the L . States. We bar direct from A- Morton, not from oed- lara, hare bis penis- warranted to v, and warrant them to tnose inai Day of as. t;au at Uia BOOK STOKE. Dec 8, '59 16m3 DR. J. K. RAIFF, Druggist & Apothecary, DEALER IX FUSS Pharmaceutical PreparrtionM f SUmdara" Strength, ' Pure Wines and Liqnon, Surgical InttrumenU, ferjumery. famtt, (Jut, Varnuhcr, dr., ax.. T ESPECTFULI.T iarites the ceasiderstion of the XV medics! profession snd families to his complete aaa vanea assortment ot all articles nraallr sent in each sn estsbli.hment. The character of the stock is of ths Srst quality Physicians and uunilies faToring him with their pat- ronage, msy conndently rely npon receiving medicines which will not disappoint them at the bedide of the aick. c.Terr article Iraviog this estaMutbment is war ranted strictly as represented, and will be carefully pat ap ana accurately isoeieu. Phrsicians ia the rountrr. who mar be nnable to make their pnrchascs in person, will and it to their ad- 1 rentage to oner. Empire Hotel "Block, MILLERSBURG, OHIO April 7, IMS 331y MORTON'S GOLD PEE A LAP FULL. AH the sizes. Erery Pea warranted ' My 17, lfl5S-43tt at FRTrJ. CLOTHING! TO BE HAD CHEAPER THAN EVER! AT THE . HiifeO Sfqfes Cioll)it)g Sfoi-e. Better a qiiickjtirpahee Utan a tiotc h ill ing, U our jioao. Ct B. HOPFMAX & CO., take pleasorein inform- L 7. ine tneir anmeroos eiutoiners ann the pvblie m erally that tbey oe afaiD receiring the lurceat and new teieciea swck oi READY-MADE FALL & WINTER CLOTHING! Ever brvugh Ihtto ihit Market, re hare also a new stock of rentlemen's Fnrni Goods, Hate and Cape, Trankii. tc- all of which wear o fieri ig at prices to DEFY COMPETITION. Can therefore, at the l otted States Clothina Store. opposite the Post Office, if yon went to get bargains in Ready-lade Clothing, Gentlemen Famuhlng Goods, Hats, Caps, fcc. Call and smtimfr yourself before aaying alsewhera. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER, on the shortest no notice. ' 8. B. HOPFMAX CO. ililleriburg. Sept 22, 1SS0. CTJRE CORNS! This remedy is a safe aa sore cure for HARD & SOFT. CORNS. For mors than eighteen years this preparation haa hi in aaa with PERFECT SAFETY. does not oontain any burning or poieonoae ingredient, aad ia whollr fre. rrom snr iDlag mat can injure er Irriuts This Wonderful Preparationjor the Curt of Cent by ita pec. liar Soothing and Softening Properties softens ths Corn or Callaa, and reprodncan a naaaral and aealtliy state of the nesh. PRICE, 3S CENTS PER BOTTLE. yFull directions oa each boUlejf FOR SALE A T THE LOOK STORE. Bny yonr Spectacles at the , Book Store. T)LANK Constable's Saleaand Jai. tice'a Samaioni for sale at tbiaoffiee. x OTJB 10 Bleed eraatdra-j.: 3 - I J . . Vts asanas rAj v PHamscvv OIL ROUACK'O SI'HKJr Da. Souck, the eelebraM Swedish Tijt If stan, nstiedneeS his BlenS Fnialai aaS Bto4 FUnt la the United States, he sat forth in plain language their eaaUiTa aronertiee. This waa yeara ars. Tba task af n (nmwiaaiHng theaa haa sinca been safcsa aaa mf mm 1 1 is.. Knlirhtenea men whose chsreter for sonnd jndgnnut an ahllaannhy rirea thnh- ocaaiona weight ia the i llay nam who abaenn, leftect, and masn "assaraaea doabtr snrv - before tbey deride are everywhere apererias; nan nrflnr the nas of llano) aeaiteifnl Preaaratioan. All wfca, aoandeia the wisdom and honest, ml this ehnw, orwnn chose a snrasticnis far Ihiansilim ars nawnt ansa oa Ih's important sabjeet. --jfa Dr. Kobaei larlte. the attention of the sSriVih KKiirAE. Lnmn . From members of too Medical roawsioa, edftanssf awk lie jonmala, well known Merrnaata and ramera, and la dies of tba highest resneetaUlitr, rrrksw asoswanisf ei traaedinarr enrea wroofrht br tba rsassdars, ot which, cores tbey themselres were . Ef Wltneaaesw f These parties may to eonanlted pervsnaltr ararWUsr; by thoss was hare any doaht ajoa tba aahjosa. Tassw Menee in the ponwssioa of Dr. Roback, wbleh la at afl tiaavacaaarttas ta the pabllc, asmbltanai the fcllialna Facta t ' 5- 7 .-. i.- That tba BLOOD PURIFIER and BLOOD PILLS nan been proTed by snalysis to ' Contain Hlneral v That they rare ths almost anjTeraal umplslsa, ti-' as Dysnenla . - xw-; with aasiiiay orrtaaara, and fa a Tory shaft time. That after all other medicines hare proradnsllem, they relierw Liwer Coanplalnt, " '- -' '" sad mtor. the health and itreafth of the aaSerar. Thef Slek FeanaJea, wbshsTa laagaishod far rears ia helpless wssknim aad) deondeney, recuperate with great rapidity nodes their lnricoraUns operation. That all aexn.1 disabilities aaa removed by their cordial and fently stuanlatinf tiea. Tnastneyneran Snatterewl Constltatlomn. howerer tber amr haea been MSad with and their direct tendency ia to lengthen life and reader it n- (orae. That operating dtreeUy pon thaswmsns an. I earn aa las awes, tney Cans) Soon to Beat. . t and diaebaree from the system, erery t int eScrorola. wnemer neraqtmry or ecn.i a aie Tnaltaaw - Kecrnlt tat Debilitated, r and that there ia no disease mt the Stonanefaand asln. the lirer, the nerrooa aystem, the akin, the glands ar moeelea, in which taey da not gire prompt relief, and (0 administered before the eery citadel of lun aaa beea an raded,) eOect a painless and perfect cure. Bear ia mind that the Scandioa-riaa Teeatnbat Bleed Pills srs sndorsrd by the experience of taoaeande af Ur ine; witneaaes, wha ia letters, smdarita. medical words. sod by word of month, proclaim them, to bo the rery best preparation of too sum erer onerea aa sue sraesoi aeon ricthna of ill health. They hunt diaroae throngh erery arenne and orean of the .jstem, and to expel it Uieroagh y and nermaaeatiy. No one can doubt their snnerlority sfter one singto Mat tbey are nrt only better eat, in fact, cbeaaerthaa any other Pills, for it takes s leas anmberof thorn as aro dace a better effect. Price of the SeaadiasTian TeewtabM Blood rarfnee. SI per bottle, or $i par hall doses. Ol the Scsndinariaaj Vegetable Blood PiUa, SS crnta per box, or t boxes fas SI. Bead Or. Roback's Special notices sad CertUcatea. awa- lubed in a conspicnons part of thia Paper frfm time to time. Dr. KoBaek MedlrsI Ahnanaeand umfly Sdiami, eon- tainf ns a sreat rarietr of interesting and raloaolo Medi cal inforwmtioa, esa be had rratls ef aay of aia Areata t ironghoat the eoantry. In difflcnit and eomolieared esses. Dr. "nasi maw Va coasnlted personally or by letter enclosing oaa staop aw tne reply. From Her. Mr. atcVruzs, Putor of Roberts Chspel. , licDMHaroua, October , 1847. Dr.C. W. RoSACTt Dear Sin I hare need roar Blood Pnrifier for a nerrons affection, from which 1 hare swffer ad much at tiawe. WhUa it ia pleasant to the tuts, ft eertainly happy effect upon the nerree. Please accept my thanks for year kind regards, sod beliere me V oare, J. s.T.auU'lxu. -For Sale in Bonnes ronntr br B. Yenrin. Hillers- barg: J. Kadr, Berlin; J mm. Hanna, BolmesrSe; O. Oor bee afisesbarr: B. Pomerono. Middletown: J. C.Losc- shore, Ns.hriUe; fl. Br idler, Lakerillo; Joe Platy.Sai- tillo: a. W. Coorer. Oxford; Aaron aetm, lArllelo; ana by Dragglsts and Marchanta renerally thTonshont ths Union. June, 1849-41 1 , Important to Farmers, Farrlcn aad uorscmen. IS WARRANTED to ars or mm ail the fst lowiog oamed diaeasaa of tbs harsa awch an . Spavbu, Ringbone, Splint, Curhr, end WindgtMs. or mny oiMr Lxmpt or btxumgt, . , -that mar arias on tba horss wont any esaaa waaarrer. or wherever located, ft baa aho beea aafct by these who. usee sued too Liniment that it will care raU-kvil anal c'isfaK, if applied in time. nr-Gire it a triaL aad V alter sstav K lnjilnliT Sn directions, yon are not aatiaSedaa to Ha aOcacy,retani the bottle and we will refund year money. SOLD BY J. K. RAIFF, DRUGGIST. MILLERSBURG, OHIO. Oct2T,185-10tt JONAS WHITCOMB'S Remedy for Asthma, Rose Cold, HAY FEVER. &c- . THE SICNAl. SUCCESS which hasstteadodtSo A in of thia Medaeiao, haa iadneod the niupiialeaa aa pobliah some aceooat af ita wonderful aropertiea, aad a offer it for the benefit oftboeowho are afflicted with the. abore aimed aainfnliiiissnsi - EOS SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Sentl,18iaa. . .j lir;j T?SPIRTT MIJfERAIi Zt77CANlirs saw ASJ Just reeerrod a aapply af thia aaw aad ia Chemical pr.'doct. for lnstantanaoaslr remariaa stains ar palnta, tnm allka. Telrst. cloth. Jtc aad eleaainf kid g lores, with oat iaariagany nnplaaaaataahar vas&ki a 1-tUl.fcS. TO THE LADIES. - TT7K HATE JUST KEOKITED a targe asal assat T T excellent assortment of Bandkerraief Extracts, ow vup, roBHii asis, Bssaaonnes. ualr Jryoa,HairlaTiar eratora, a3c Eatraeto ef VaaaeUa. ' tiaaaI. Bose, Pino Apple, ., kc, a! the wsn anas. Travellinsr Sacks,'-' VARIOUS Styles, for sale wary (heap at ta BOOK STO,, Dec. 84, 185T. . - , .. Bay yoar Oysters at the St. - . . , Nicholas. : 4i;-j LANTERNS.? Abont tventjdiZertnt klads, tuj- in In price froa a0ct5ato$4. Call in at the Book Store if yon want a Lantern. Familj Bibles. AUSOE ASSORTMKWT anrrbar am anitw trom $1,90 to S,iust roceired at ta. r BOOK STOt. English and American Toilet Soaps. CZl HOJrEY SOAP.IW. 01rw. atfwe's Hooey Boapa; Verbena Soapa; . ' ether eerie ty af Faaey Toilet Seapa, at ta. absrw. English and Americas Feriameries, &x. 1 CHOICE IMD SUPERIOR LOT Janas SeeeiTeol at Ute:BoaT. axr. , LOOKING GLAQnrn FOR TEN CENTS THE BKST 01 CUM Tovra uw., at Book Stoea. to be prosed by eelaZi! "V aparW.. TaaaM ., JSAai rirjirsTORE? - r-f ues.iaaanramJ