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The Tornado wLich visited the South western part of the State on Monday af ternoon, the 21st inst, was unprecedented. From the Cjnninaati papers we gain par ticulars. ' The storm burst upon the city at 3 P. IL, with constant flashes of liVhtning and a tempest of wind. The roof the office of the Commercial was blown off, and por tions felling on an adjoining building went through into au ice cream saloon, badly in juring three persons. ' The Fourteenth Dis trici School House was unroofed. The teacher in one of the rooms, apprehending the case, placed her back agaiust the door to prevent the scholars from rushing wild ly down stairs, but was struck by bricks and badly Tat, so that the blood streamed over her. Six children were badly hurt; one probably fatally, the cap stone of the building falling on her legs, breaking both. The teacher is very badly bruised and will laid op for a month: the chair from which 'she sprang" to hold the door was crashed the moment she left it. A new three sto 'ry trick building, in which were three car penters, was blown down, burying two out the three men, killing them instantly. An other man was killed by a shed being blown down upon him. ' The damatra to houses and to grounds - - -o- . . , ... , is beyond computation, ine benuuiui places out at Mount Auburn and Clifton, including Bishop Mcllvaine's suffered by blowing down of trees, one-tenth ot wnicn were destroved. The steeple of St. Joseph's (Roman Cath olie) Church went through the roof, $15,- 000 damage. Ine cliurcn was nnisnea within the last weak. A pinnacle was blown offTrinitv ("Roman CathoIic)Church 'and a heavy stone goiDg through the roof completely demolished tne organ wmcu cost, two years since, $8,000. Almost ev ry church in the city was damaged. Mrs. Judge Burrett's beautiful gardens were completely ruined. One brick yard suner d $10,000 damage. Scarcely a house in the city escaped some damage. A rain soon set in and drenched the 'roofless houses from garret to cellar. The storm on the Covington and Lex ington Railroad was fearful. Conductor Woodalj says: When the train was within fifty yards of a clearing, twelve trees fell within hfty 'feet of the cars. One of them a soft pop lar, three feet eight inches in diameter, fell just in front of the engine, which leaped it, leaving her trucks, eylanders and steam chests behind. The tree is under the bag gage car, and the car on its side. The train stopped within a distance of forty feet, throwing passeDgers in a heap at the front end. When the train stopped limbs of trees were fulling like flails, and two trees came crashing like a thunderbolt, and filling the air with trees and boughs. The tops of several trees fell within a few feet of the ladies' car. The screams of children, the shrieks of terrified women, the pallor of stout men was a scene to move the soul. It was aw ful. All the employees of the train were more or less hurt, but the passenger es caped without injury. The Cincinnati Times of the 22d says thereof of the Lunatic Asylum was carried away, the carpets actually ripped from the floors, and the stair casesjjadly damaged, and trees and shrubbery prostrated: $20;- 000 will not repair the damage to the Asy lum. A picnic party in a grove at Read ing was dispersed, losing hats and bonnets; a tree full,- striking a horse and killing it instantly, but tho carriage and inmates es caped. At Reading, also, a Catholic Lauren was nearly destroyed. On Walnut Hills, the Episcopal Church, the Seminary and dwellings wero injured, and opposite the Seminary seventeen trees blown down; fruit was badly injured and gardens spoiled. At Chevoit a large oak, twenty iuches through, was snapped like a pipe stem, and fruit and ornamental trees scattered far and wide; roofs were taken off, build ings prostrated, telegraph poles scattered. In Covington (Ky.) great damage was done to a rolling mill, the glass works, bouses and shade trees blown over, churches damaged, and at Independence the Court house was unroofed. In Newport the end of the Episcopal Church was blown away, and houses and trees blown down and damaged. At Alexandria a " "buss" load of ladies were blown down street. At JSTew Richmond In J., store houses, dwell ings, and school houses, were unroofed, and a distilery demolished. There were six pair of coal boats in sight in the river when the wind came, but nothing was seen of them when the storm had ceased, all hands on board perished. At Chillicothe the railroad engine shop was unroofed and a fireman killed, a pub lic school unroofed, the tower cf the Pres byterian church blown down, and another steeple swayed from its place. At Green field a Methodist church was demolished, the seminary unroofed and many buildings destroyed. At Hamilton a block of build ings was unroofed, timber blown down by the acre, and hail stones of immense size fell. i Raising Bulls to Fioht Locomo tives. The other day, says the Pittsburgh Chronicle, a plucky little bull, who lives on the line of. the Cleveland & Pittsburgh Railroad, about six miles from Wheeling was grazing abuut near the track and pick ing the fresh grass blades out from be tween the cross-ties, when he heard a loco motive coming down upon him. The loco motive whistled for the bull to clear the track, which the bull made an effort to do, but being closely crowded by the iron horse, and not beinj disposed to show the white feather, even to a superior and fiery opponent, his young bull-ship turned about and pawed the earth, and bowed his head, with the determination to give hia pursu er the best he had in the shop. The two came together with a terrible crash. His bull-ship was knocked into nn "infinite number of small pieces," the engine was thrown off the track, and like the cars be hind it, was plastered and bedaubed with bloody meat and ghastly gors. The own er of this ill fated bat game bovine, some year or so ago, lost a steer in a similar man ner, for which the Railroad Co. refused to pay. Since that time he has been enga ged in the cultivation of gama bulls "to light the Cleveland and Pittsburg engiues. The animal whose fata we have just chron icled wag left out of his pasture by bis owner, with the expectation and tho hope that ho would encounter the locomotive. We heard tho owner say, yesterday, that he haAstill another bull, much larger and stronger, and gamer, which he intended to let out in a few days to tight the engine. .a. . - Certainly in taking revenge, a man is but even with his enemy ; but in passing over it he is superior, for it is a prince's pai't to pardon. St. Domingo. The following from the N. T. Herald's St, Domingo correspondence, will be of in terest as inciting the spirit of the people and the designs of Europe upon that is land : The twenty-seventh of February, is like the American Fourth of July, a national Festival day, and is always celebrated with much enthusiasm. On that day the Do minicans threw off the yoke of IlaytL and one bold, and brilliant dash drove the negro garrison out of the capital Ibat was the day chosen by the foreign Consuls to make the humiliation more sharp and complete. At the public places and all the vessels in harbor of St. Domin go were dressed with flags, and the whole population was keepmir holy day, when, suddenly, at the most commanding point, the f rench nag was seen to rise above the Dominican to the highest point of honor, when it received a formal salute of twen-to-one guns. This was done ostentatious ly in the face of the murmuring crowd, who had assembled to celebrate tbeir national independence, which they were tLus ab ruptly informed was anything but real. The officer charged with firing the sa lute tore off his epaulettes and threw up his commission rather than make it; but his superior told him that when "tho very life of the republic was at stake, it was the duty of ail her sons to sutler and saenhee, as well as to fight for her salvation.'' And he stood by sileutly, but pale with tage, while the humiliating task was being per formed. The people all know the inside mean ing of this assumption of supreme author iy. There is a coalition of the French, Spanish and English diplomatists, to force this republic, nolens votens, into the swar thy embrace of Hayti, and for the follow ing reasons: 1. " England is determined not to per mit white emigration to this island just as she offers every obstacle to the increase of whites in her own West India colonies in order to stop the course of American progress in the tropics. 2. Spain wants to keep out the Yan kees, for they might be troublesome so near Cuba, while the worthless negro vag abonds of Hayti could do no mischief for the present; and as long as they can have their cigaritos and cock hghts, the Span iards of to-day care nothing for any fu ture deluge of blood and negro insurrec tion which the slave trade is preparing for their children. . 3. France wants the mortgage for the 100,000,000 francs, which she holds on Hayti, to be extended so as to cover tho whole island. Louis Napoleon is not the man to make two bites of a cherry, nor yet to gather his fruit before it is ripe. He is willing to ac commodate his allies by Africanizing the whole island, and then he may take it all for his debt. He can make it a fine paying colony by the introduction of coolie labor, and the present Chinese war, or the next English war in India, will supply a million of raw material at next to uothing ahead, landed on this soil. Yet all this "soft sawder" about cheap labor to win over the rich, and this parade of European supremacy to awe the com mon classes, is not teaching this people do cility. It is, on the contrary, rather curing them of their habitual reverence for the power and glory of Europe. They have learned that the Ministers of the greatest of the European powers dare not play these high fantastic tricks in the streets of the meanest town of the United States. This is public talk in every shop and store in St. Domingo. Even the wo men tell tho European residents how the English Minister (Crampton) was sent homo without ceremony, when he was caught interfering with the laws of the United Slates. "Give us plenty of Americans here," say all the liberal Dominicians, "and then these foreign consuls will find out they are not masters of everything in this country." lo this 1 say. amen, for there never was a finer country by nature, nor one in which smart American- farmers and mechanics could do better for themselves. A Kid Gloved Sampson. A correspondent of the the Chicago Journal of the 24th relates the following feat of strength to which he was a witness: "On Saturday last, about 9 o'clock, a. m., as the train westward was within three or for miles of Chicago, on the Fort Wayne road, a horse was discovered on the stilt work and between the rails. The train was stoped, and workmen were sent to clear the track. It was then dis covered that the body of the horse was resting on sleepers. His legs, having pass ed through the open spaces, were too short lo reach the ground. Boards and rails were brought and the open space in front of the horse filled up, making a plank road for him in case he should be got up, and by means of rope one of his fore feet was "raised, and their matters came lo a halt. It seemed that no strength or strat- gem could avail to reletse the animal. Levers of boards were splintered and the men tugged at the ropes in vain, when a passenger who was looking quietly on, stepped forward leisurely, slipped off a pair ot tinted kids, seized the horse by the tail, and with tremendous force, hurled him forwaid upon the plank road. No one assisted, and indeed the whole thing was done so quickly that assistance was impos ble. The horse walked away, looking foolish and casting suspicious glances to ward his caudal extemity. The lookers on laughed and shouted, while the stranger resumed his kids, muttered something about the inconveniece of railway delays, lit a cigar and walked slowly into thn smoking car. He was finely formed, of muscular appearance, was very fashionably dressed, wore a mustache and whiskers of an auburn or reddish color, and to all questions as to who he was, only answered thai he was a Pennsylvanian traveling westward for his health. The horse would certainly weigh at least twelve hundred pounds. j3TThe Cincinnatians have a passion for marriages on the street Railroad cars. The Tunes of luesday says. Esquire J. J. lIcFall, last night, married another couple in one of the stree railroads cars, on Ninth street, Conductor Johnson giving away the bride. We leam that to night he unites still another couple in one ot tho "people carriages. .. X1T A pair of rats, happily situated and UndistUrl-ll. Will in ltirui nasi-. linVA in- creased to 65C.B08; calculating that ten rats eat as much in ono day as a man, the consumption of these rats would be equal to thai ot bo.BBO men the year ronnd, and leave eight rats in the year to spare. THE BEST HORSE TS OHIO. BIG BOSTON. BIG BOSTON nude bis four U-t seasons in Voeeter, bat he will be kept the present mmmi at the follow ing places: Mondays and Tuesdars in Killerabarg, and the remainder f the week in Lafayette, Holmes county Ohio, commencing fa the 3d day of April, and ending ob the lath of July. Btr Boston, tho distinrnithed race horse, wissbe ex- hibrt4 in lliUernbare; no the 6 rut and second dars of the May term of Court, at the stable of the Ohio House, vnere all wne wan to see him or engage his service will have aa opportunity. PEDIGREE: Big Bontoa was ored by Km. Blackburn, Woodford coaatj Kentucky, who Imported Short Imp, Morgan Imp, Sovereign American Eclipfte, shark. Lanes, Bar troner, John Baxeomh, Port Boy, Arab, Gray Eagle, Wagoner, Camden and Old Boston, the strongest race krone the world erer produced. As the competitor of the world renowned Faun ion, Boston carried ITm and nn miles in 7 miuuti-s 33 second; a feat that was never equalled by any horse in America. Big Boston was sired by Boston, be by Timoline, be by Sir Arcby.be by imported IHomede. fae'by Flange II, he by the Gk11 patn. 0am Polly Hopkins, by Bortran, great dam, Sc tilia, great, great grand dam by the Imp lnsaro. He is 16 hands, wrieh It. Bed bar. black leer, mane and taiL H has ran Bis mile in 1 minute and 50 sec onds; half mile in in 40 second, never was thoroughly trained, bat showed speed in his tiials equal to the fast est, He is a half brother to Lexington that was sold for $15,000; also to Leeonipte that was sold fr $1U.000, by W. Wells to Mr. Ten Kroek. TbeMt ran the great rare between America and England, t or beauty, strength, action and tine figure Big Boston is not surpassed hy any horse in America. At the Wayne County Fair last fall, he took the sweepstake? orer the F rench Norman that sold immediately afttr the Fair for $0u. He alo took he premium over the Moss horse, Black: Sampson, that was so'd forJ-VJO. In fact to use the language of judge Cox and a thousand others, be is a perfpct horse Sonic ten of his colts took premiums at said ial:. TERMS: Fifteen dollars for insurance. DAVID HARMON" Owner. JASPER i'O LI-SON Groom. April 5th, I860 54 1W ARRMG1MTS. Removal of the St. Nicholas ANKENY'S CORNER. TH E proprietors have leased for a term of years, the aboTe well known rooms, and thoroughly repaired and refitted them, making an addition of a LADIES' ROOM, fitted np In superior style. We have also added to our former basinets a new and complete stock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, which we will sell on the most reasonable terms. Our stock of CONFE CTIONAR I E S, iti the largc.t and most complete in MHlersbarg. OUR PARAGON LAMP for Coal Oil I tbe BEST LAMP IN AMMERICA. A full supply of Lamps and Oil constantly on hand. OUR REFRESHMENT ROOMS are the best inMillersbnrg.and will at all times be sup plied with everything the market demands. . ' Thot who want a first rate article of Siraqir, Icq, Coffee or (hp, Should call on WESTOX t SPANGLKR. Millerdrarg, Feb. 2, 1S00 v-iniM S. R. WEIRICH & ER0., Dealers in English, German and American HARDWARE, JWhihpgs, Oil Clofhs, kc. MILLERSBURG OHIO ALL RIGHT NOW. The throng that so long, Has been going all wrong, Arc now Bavins their Hardware of n cinch & ttros Our goods are all new And the prices right too. At the Store of S. Weirich & Brother. So follow the throng That are hurryiugalong To the Store of Wcirich & Brother. Which i full from the floor to the shelves Of Iron, Pitch Forks, Whetstones and Ax helves. Just look at the Sore of Weirich & Bro. So follow the throng That are hurrying along ForlTardware to Wcirich & Brother Look at theurusbing," And avoid the pressing, Hut follow tbe throng That are bnrrying along. To bay their Hardware, Glass,NaiIs &c., ot Hciricli & Ur other. June 9,185S 2tf THE BEST COOK STOVE is Tint BECAUSE It Bakes Perfect, Good Draft, Doors fit Close, Joints fit Tteht. Plates are heavy, No Wood Wasted, Always a Supply of hot water, Superior Boiling Arrangements. Took the 1st Premium at last Fair. Fruit dried and Victuals lept warm without burning them. IS SOLD CHEAP And has other good qualities without number. IT" Beware of imitations, for many will seek to imi tate, bat call and see the genuine at the Big Coffee Pot. iv m. una x . soi agent. ct 13, '69 Choice Items. RIDER'S C E LEBRA TED DOUBLE-ACTION REVOLVER! The Amusing PARLOR PJSTOL! That hooU without pooler. CARROLL'S New Sewing Machine! So perfect that a little child can work it with very little Instruction. SETH.THOMAS CLOCKS, The best in the wrld. Tho Celebrated l'ERBLE SPECTACLES, Warranted to cure weak eves and cause the old to see with the vigor of youth again. EUR OPE ANA AMERICA N WATCHES & JEWELRY of any ntjrlt or quality doilrtd, at rtyifsr's, Opposite tb.Ojurt oiuo, IHUcnburg, O. Much 1, loot). Wall Paper A Mr lot nt Cheap Wall Pan juat reooivMl at tho Book Store. W ha.o nm Terr prottr pattcrna (new) nt i, 10, i l'i . at tbe - BOOK STORE. fJIW MILLINERY Dress - Making Establishment! Mrs. BENNETT BIIs ffiLEXENCB, RESPECTFULLY Inform tbe bulie of Millenbarg and Holmea county, that they are low receiving at Utf .lure, mm wvn w ,. CberTTholaMa' Stora. a iae and ex tensive mm y ent of Millinery Goods and Dreaa Trimmings, which they will tell unnsaally low. Their itock comprise every description of Chips and Willow Hats, A large assortment of Straw Good and Children's Data, TOAD 3)33S33S JOT Si22, French and American Flowers and Ribbons. E VER Y VARIETY OF R USEES. Embroideries Very Cheap An improved patent In Corsets, adapted to Improve tbe xonnanu m wilu ru avuu vuiiwi v mj . WATCH SPRIXS M3 CTHSS SKIRTS, at prices to auit everybody. FALSE HAIR IN BRAIDS AND BANDS, BATCH ELOK-S HAIR DYE, The best in the world always on hand. DRESS-MAKING, in all its branches, cutting and fitting done at the short est notice. Patcrns received direct from Paris mothly. f3"Bleaching and cleaning bonnets done on short notice. f3STAMPIN6 done to order. Stamped paterns for sale. Miss CLEMEXCE'S experience, correct business hab its and good taste, will commend ber to all who may call on her. and these who mar favor us with their patron- sge may rest assured that no pains will be spared to please. Mrs. B. buys all ber goods in New York, for cash, therefore can sell cheap. Millersburg, April 26, 1860. TO rpRE subscribers respectfully invite the attention of J. Merchants to their stocK ol FANCY GOODS, AND NOTIO jSTS. We purchase direct from manufacturers or their im mediate agents, and are therefore prepared to SELL AT AS LOW PRICES as any house in the Eeastern cities. Give us a call and see for your selves. V T EAGER & CO., 110 Market St., Pittsburgh Pa. Dee. 29, 1859 19tt TTTni I II i aanaWTlll i iv Mn nnniiff nhA nttAiwMif Hnlmes and adjoining counties, that ha keeps 'constantly on uauu, iwhw bwb. 01 DRUGS, Memes, faints, Oils, DYE-STUFFS, &c, Than has erer before been offered to tbe citizens of this place and vicinity. His experience of over twenty years justifies him m toe beiiei tnat as a amggis. ana apoine cary, he has never been excelled by any. 11 e also keeps on band a well selected stock of pow ders lor filling r'bysictana fresenpuon, ALSO, Perfumery, Fine Soap, Tooth Brushes, an Fancy Article, void Ltaj, flavoring .araa,rocK ct Knitct, Comb, fcc, Cigar, Paint, VaruUhft, W hiie Wash, Scrubbing, and Shoe Eruthct, c., ax., Together with all the PATEXT MEDICINES oftheday, 3P"Thankful for the past liberal patronage bestowed on uim.be solicits a contlnance ol tne same. mVSKiAVS PRESCRIPTIONS Carehillv compounded, and charges to snit the exigen- ciesoi me rimes. i aanuni Aug. 4, 18o T&uOtf. Lyon's Kathairon, jOR the growth and embelishment of tho Hair. To prevent its falling off and turning gray. For sale by nu u. x ergin, -Hiiieraburg, u, PROF. WOOD'S Hair Restorntirr, for sale by noO H. Yergin, Millersburg, O. )ROC ALEX. C.BARRY'S Tricoperous or Medica ted Compound, for the Hair. For sale by n50 H. Yergin, Millersburg, 0. i RABIAN HORSE POWDER, the great remedy for 2 diseases in horses ana came; it Deing a great pun Ger of the blood. For sale by U. Yergin, Millersburg, O. -pv YSENTARY CORDIAL and Cholera Mixture, of 1 our own manufacture, for the cure ot uyseutary, Cholera Morbus. Colic and all affections of the Stomach and Dowels, for sale by U. Yergin, Millersburg, O. SHOULDER BRACES, supporters and Trusses, which can be had at the Drug Store of H. Yergin, MUlers- turg. unio. FT1HE CELEBRATED Heave Powder for the cure, of 1 the Heaves in horses, prepared and sold by U. i er gin at his Drug store, Altller&burg, rlolmes county, u. BRUSHES and Glaziers Tacks, also Shoe Blacking and varnishes, inks and toy colors, for sale by H. Yergin. TEAST POWDERS, for baking bread and of the best X quality, lor sale by II. x ergin, Mulereburg, U. I 7IPOLA Rotten Stone and Silver Sand, used for pol . felling and scouring tin, and copper ware. For sale by xl. X ergin. CONCENTRATED LYE for making soap. 1 box makes 15 gallons good soap which costs 2d cents per box. f or sale oy 11. x ergin, Miuersourg, u. "TTTHITE WASH, PAINTS, Tarnish and Shoe Bushes, TV For sale by H. Yergin, Hilleraburg, U. T ACHELOR'S CHRIST ADORA'S Hair Dyeor sale JJIiy n. Yergin, Millersburg, O. T)ERFUMERY and Toilet Soaps, of the choicest and X best quality, for sale by U. I ergin. TlURE WINES, BRANDIES AND OLD WHISKY. X Also an excellent quality of Vinegar. All for sale by a. x bniiid, Millersburg, June 2, 1859 o41tf. Tf VATT WT A ATTn Ironofasupe- 1 X JLKJKJ I T X "or quality, go to Hebron & Son. IF YOU WANT." quality, go to neoron k boo. IF YOU JYAOTST-WS nu4e and utrong, go to Hebron k, Son. IF YOU WAOTEfttfS that are good, go to uenron son. TTi -rrTT r A Arr Car,nw torn, IT IVU T T -4 vll L of English or A nierican Manufacture, go to Hebron Sou. IF YOU WANT said!:.' Coach Trimmings, &c, go to ilebron fc Son. IF YOU WANTdh.Mo'w-.; or anything in the tool line, go to Hebron 4 Son. IF YOU WANT "a Coil Well, or llalt.r Chain, go to Hebron t Son. IF YOU WANTptaet'cu'tter go to Hebron fe Hon. laLXfiP-WAOT-SW IF YOU WAOTSSSrS from a bodkin to aa Anvil, goto Hebron Son. IF YOU WANTiX Farmer go to Hen- ron 4 Son. Sept. lo.1869.-4 mm.: HEBRON & SON, DIALERS UT if jllARDWARE,! II Iron, Nails, Glass, &c, A milleksburq, O. If Have just received a new and well selected 11 llSTOCK OFGOODsJj t to which they invite attention. JM COM TO M'CRORI & CRAIGHEAD'S NEW TIN SHOP u Id tc H co 5 TO BUY WHERE yoa can get them all right in every way. Dont be hnmbnged any longer bv pedlars who are carrying utovea over the coantrv, that are all scrap iron stack together, nd very poorly stack at that. Cqbm where you can get stove that are all new iron, and mode at the best store works in the world; and when yon get a stove j 00 get almost the price of it in trimminrs. ALL WORK WARRANTED, r nosale. Brass, Copper, Sheet Iron, Pressed and Japanned ware, nn hand at all times, and for sals wholesale and retail J33POTTTHSTO done on a new plan, which is superior to all others. All kinds of trade takn hi ex change for work or ware. ' McCKOit Y fc CRAIUHEAD. Aug. 2o, 18s v4nlti. r r pi CD c o TJR STOVES! G. SECHMST'S Matt Jfostorattte, Manufactured and sold wholesale and retail by HELPER & SECHEIST, UGGISTS, Akron, O. XOTITING adds more to the beauty of a human being X than a fine head of hair. A bald head or gray hairs gire a person not only an old appearance, but if they are young, make the contrast between tbeir appearance and' their vivacity unpleasant, and even rWiculoos. Aa article, thereiore'wbollj innocuous, which, by invigora ting the cortirle integuments in which the hair grows, will keep it healthy, and vigorous and thus preserve the softness, and freshness of you lb, is more desirable. READ WHAT THE PUBLIC SAY. If essra. Heifer k Sechrist: You ask my opinion of your Hair Re storative, and T gire it to yon with pleasure. My hair for same time, had been growing thin, and I had employed various Hair Restoratives TV ood'a, Mrs. Allen's and others; all having, as 1 think the same basis, lac surplus, or sugar of lead, or both. From the use of these, my hair became harsh, so much so as to be an noying to me and still continued to fall off. ity hair had also become very gray about my temples. These remedie schanged the gray into a variety of colors a dull red being the prevailing one. With this experiment I made up my mind that hair restoratives were humbugs; when a lady friend of mine from Akron, ureed me try a bottle of your Restorative, and I did so, and before tbe bottle was used up. ray hair became as firm set in my head as it ever was, and to my surprise (for m v friend had said nothing about its chang ing the color of the hair) my hair became glossy, soft and black, the natural color. Now with my hair restorative experiment, I do not hes itate to say that your preparation is invaluable, and when the pnblic shall become acquainted with it my opinion is, that it wiil drive all other Hair restoratives out of the market. . Truly. Yours, DAVL R. TILDES. Cleveland, Ang. 25,1859. Hegsrs. Heifer k Sechrist: Gentlemen, In the tall or 1858 I had a severe attack of Chill Fever, and as I got better, found my hair coming out or rather falling out. At the sug gestion of a friend I procured a bottle of Mr. Sechrist's "Restorative. It at once arrested the decay of ray hair, and prevented the baldness I anticipated and dreaded. But this was not all. I found my hair, which was dry, and turning grey, restored to the softness of youth and to its natural color. I have little faith in any specific for makinghair grow upon a bald head, but your restor ative did all in my case which it promised and more; it restored not only the vigorous growth, but color also. I have since bad 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, 1&59 Messrs. nelfer & Sechrist: My Tonsorial Professor bag 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 Hair Restorative.. I have been surprised by its effects. It has restored my bairto its natural brown color, and given it a soft ness that it possessed twenty-fire years ago. I have never used a hair dye. and can not speak of comparative merits; but from what I have seen of the effects 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 a softness that equals that of youth. L. V. B1EKCE. Akron, Sept. 5th, 1659. Messrs. Heifer & Sechrist: Gents. The bottle of Hair Restor ative I had of you has more than realized my anticipa tions. Indeed ! may say with truth that 1 hud no sort of faith in it, till after the second application I divoer 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 head. 1 bare full faith in i's etiicacy as a hair restor ative, for I carry tie proof with me. If you think it will subserve your interests, you are at liberty to use this as you desire Respectfully, &c, J. W.DE1TERICH. K- Y, Oct. 6tb, 1859. Hair Rtstorativ. Mr. G. Sechrist's Hair Rostora tive in brought before the public at the instanre of per sons who have tried and proved its virtues. We for one do know of a reritv that the Restorative possesses the qualities for which it is recommbnded. Hundreds of persons have tried it and in every case proved beneficial results. It restores the hair to its natural eolr, gives it a vigor of growth, leaves no sticky, rough or greasy feeling, and prevents all tendency to baldness. It is not DTB but a restorative, stimulating the skin to activity and bringing back to the head the glossy locks of youth. Summit Beaton, For Sale at the Book Store, MILLERSBURG, 0. March 1st, I860. 2S YERT large, yes a tremendous assortment of boots and shoes has just been received by C. Hat t, the "man that was found dead in the road1 is still living, and wasn't dead at all, but Hatt is selling off very fast and ex traordinary cheap. If yon have a FRIE1NTD whom yon want to surprise, take him or hertoHatfa to see the wonderful LOW PRICES at which he oilers to ell his Boots, Shoes &c Be sure and go TO Hatts, for that is the place to get tbe best article at the very lowest price. Come and see, one and AT.X. of yon, anyhow. What's the use! Hatt It always on hands, In a good humor, and never anyihlngelse than clever to ail and women especially tbe latter. It a lady desires to be well suited, she cannot do better tban to go Uatt's. H employs tbe best workmen, and does all kinds of custom work to order. He is not only a friend to all men, but keeps fine things (Findings) of all kinds for Shoemakers, such aa Leather, Lasts, Heirs, Thread, and Nails. Millersburg, June 2, I860 41tf WALL PAPER! WALL PAPER! 22,000 Pieces 22,000 In Store, and more Coming! From the Richest Gold and Velvet Paper and Bor ders to the Cheapest Paper Sold! Well would call the attention of everybody in7need of PAPER HANGING, to our new strles of Pining Rroom, Sitting Room, Bed Room, Hall, Parlor, Office and Ceillug Papers and Bor ders! which believe are the handsomest ever brought to M i II era burg. We have also a full su pply of Plain, Marble, Oak, and all kinds ot Imitation Papers, Lines, Corners, Centres, and Cornice for Side and Ceiling Panels and de corations. WIXDOW SHADES, Buff Green, and Blue Hollands of all widths. Window Cornices and Bands, and Curtain Fixtures In great variety. At the Book Store. April 19, 1800. mm THE PARAGON LAMPS tor fnatl IIII .....-.. ....... i:.... tl. ... .na- ..IIII coal oil lamp, and burns no mre nil. WARRAJiTED TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION or no sale. The No. 1 Burner gives ss much light as threo candles, and it as cheap as one caudle. A supply of Burners, (which can be put on any lamp) Shades, Ground Chiuners, Brushes, Wicks Hand and Hanging Lain, Oil of tho very best qualify Constunllf on Hand, and for sale by WESTON It srXNGLEK. Millersburg, Feb. , IBM. TILOEHSTGr. A. WAITS, HAS removed his Tailor slwip from the Post OlGco building, to the room' orer John Car; 'a auction room, one door Treat of Weirich 's Hard ware Store;, where he will be happy to wait on hisold cus tomers and as many new ones as may favor him with a call. CUTTING DONE TO ORDER. July 15, 1858 v2n 17mG. Morton's Gold Pens. THIS is conceded to be the BEST GOLD PEN for all purposes, now in use. We have been selling them for about three years, have warranted every pen ; sold, and have not yet had one returned, or any com ! plaints made of them. T hey are the pen used by almost ' every public officer, book-keeper, banker, fcc, in the 0. 1 States. We buv direct from A. Morton, not from ped lars, have his pens warranted to ns, and warrant them to those that buy of us. Call at th BOOK STORE. Dec. 8. o 15m3 DR. J. K. RAIFF, IDmggist & Apothecary, DEALER El PURE Pharmaceutical Preparation of Standard Strength, Pure Wines ami Liquors, Surgical InstrvmcnU, Perfumery t Paints, Oils, Varni&Jtc, dec ., RESPECTFULLY invites the consideration of the medical profession and families to his complete and varied assortment of all articles usually kept In such an establishment. The character of the stock is of the first quality Physicians and families favoring him with their pat ronage, may confidently rely upon receiving medicines 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 put up and accurately labeled. Physicians in the country, who mar be unable to make their purchases in person, will find it to their ad vantage to order. Empire Hotel Block, .MILLERSBURG, OHIO April 7, lSSs-3aly lllTO.YS GOLD FBI A LAP FULL. All tlie sizes. Every Pea warranted My 17,153 43tf. ' at FKTtS. ieots $h Shoes. THE undersigned respectfully informs the publie that he has commenced the BOOT & SHOE BUSINESS in all its various branches in the frame building, one door West of the room formerly occupied by General Ankenv. ALL KINDS OF WORK in his line done with promptness and in a workmanlike manner. Prompt paying or Cash paying customers will hnu it to their interest to give Aim a call. attended to promptly and cheaply. Jan5,lS60-20tf HartfordFire Insurance Company INCORPORATED A. D. 1810. Charter Perpetual. Antuorixrd Orital, - - 91,000,000 Capital Paid in 5O0.OOW Surplus, over .... 436,000 The reputation acquired by this Company during tbe last fifty years, by an honorable course in the transaction of its business, and the prompt and liberal settlement of Losses, together with the character of the securities composing its Assets, entitle the Company to the utnMst confidence of the public, as afTording reltabl. Insurant. against Lioss or uamage oy r ire. R. W.TiDB ALL, Agent. Millersburg, Feb., I860 2itf . BUY YOUR CLOTHING At the Sign of the UI aJ h h Z wmmm WA V I. I 7 ENCOURAGE HORIE fllANUFftCTURE. SR. HOPrntN 6c CO., take pleasure to in f.H. Ik.fr i-n.tom.r. .nil th. m.rillo i.nn.r.11. th.r .. v. " r j they are again on hand with a new and splendid asaort- which will be sold at prices to defy competition. To those who are n-ejudtced atrainst burtnr readr- made Clothing, we would say that we manufacture our own clothing, and can sell a teatr and durably got np garment for less monej than the cloth and trimmings can be nongnt ror. Our stock of piece goods for the costume trade Is rery exiensire ana nas oeea Carefully Selected, Embracing the best make ol French and Enellsh Black and Colored Bmad Cloth and Doeskin and the latest and most etegan: styles of French, English and domes tic r ancy Cassimerea. reacn and npaansb Linen, una a arerarieiy of bilk. Cashmere, and Harsaillee Vestinga, OUR COSTUME DEPARTMENT continues under the special manaffement of Mr. H. W. MOSS, who does not mean to be excelled hy any on of nis profession and aorer tans to gin satisfaction. Gents' Furnishing Goods. We here a Terr large variety in this line. Including some new and norvl articles. We hare also a large sup ply of BuWr fiood.. Trim"... Target Pacta, Valhwa, and a thousand one other articles t-l..nsl"g to g ood aa-orrj Clothing Store, our motto .hall b. "Yulck Sale, and Small i'rvtil." e Invite then-wn. on. ami all to call at the l: s t'lolhinir store, opi-onlte the old Post Ofncs, at the slVn of "Li"1" " before purchasing ..Urn here IITVIothins; made to order on shortest nod"" N.Ll'no S. II. UOl'KMAJi CO. Miilrrsbnrg. April Ii, ISrtO. 34 FIRE!!! TrT iiKCEIYEP, a fine lot of PUJIPM. of all It in ils, fri'iu theMiuillest cfotern to the largest Force, Engine or Well Pump. This fa th best Pump made la a Horn. Protection atrainst Bret will throw wafer over any ordinary tw. atory honsfc tiold cheap by BRAY, th. Tinner . A T THE BIG COFFEE POT. April It, 1M0 UU I 1 i Blood Purifier and Elood Piils. PHAftMACYT DR. ROBACK'S inaYiari ; Remedies. TVTSrn Db. bac, th. eelebimted Swedish Payst T V cian, introduced hi Blood PmritMraod Blsst Fills in the United States, he set forth im plats kugwag tlMir cn rati re propertiea. ibis was years ago. '""Ttaak of reeoro men diag hefu has sine keen ioaan wmi mf sss hmmdt Enlightenen men whose charcter for somiMi jndgwent and philosophy gives their opinion weight hi th eoaaawnity, saen who observe, reflect and makw nfc 4oaaly sun,' before they decide are etejywhere appwimg aaft urging Mm use of thee wonderful pjyatatttwia AU who eontiuV is tho wisdom and honesty this iaa r who chose to investigate far tiicmoelrss are sow wb4 an this important subject. Dr. Koback inTites the attentios of th sic th ORIGINAL LETTERS . , Front swBDben of the Hedleal Pinhsslom, adSiaca of asb lic journals, well known Merchant and F .., and la dies of the highest respectability, giving aeeoemts of ex traordinary cures wrought ky the sesnsdissj of wkics cures they thestfalrea were Ey Wife eum These parties stay ho nonsuited personally r by letter, -by tboso who bar any doubt upon tho subject. Th ev idence in the possession of Dr. RobaHr, vhicb Is at all times accessible to tho publie, establishes tho following Facts t That tho BLOOD FTR1FIER and BLOOD F1IXS bars been proved by aaaljais to Contain n Hliijeral; That they cur the almost aniTeraal Dmplain Dyspepsia with mmtrrimf eerfaxafa, and is a rery short tiaas. That after all other medicines hare proved mseiesi. they relievo Liver Complaint, -and restore the health and strength of th sufferer. That Sick Females, who have languished for years is helpless waaknesa sad despondency, recuperate with great rapidity under tbeir invigorating operation. That all sexual tlisabilitiOB aro removed by their cordial and gesUy stimulating proper ties. That they recruit Shattered ConstitaUansv . .. however they may have been triQed with and abased; that their direct tendency is to lengthen Us asd render it es joyable. That operating directly npoa tho ssws aW icn tm tJu hiomd, they Cause Soon to Beat, ' 1 and discharge from tho system, every t tat of Scrofula, whether hereditary or otherwise. That they Recruit the Itebllltated and that there is no disease of tho Stomach aad Bowels, tbe liver, the nervous system, the skin, tho glands er muscles, in which they do not give prompt relief, sh4 (if administered before the very citadel ol list has soon in vaded,) effect a peinless and perfect cure. Bear in mind that the Scandinavian Tegetable Bloo4 Pills are endorsed by the experience of tlwtand of liv ing witnesses, who in letters, affidavits, medical werda, and by word of month, proclaim them to be tho rery best preparation of the kind ever offered t the crakes sows victims of ill health. They bunt disease through every avenue and organ of tbe system, and to expel ii thorough 1 and permanently. Ho one can doubt their superiority after oso single trial they are nrt only better but, is fact, cheaper tltas ony othvr Piils, for it takes a less aamber of them to pro duce a better effect. Price t the Scandinavian Tegetable Blood Purine, $1 per bottle, or $5 per half doses. Of the Scandinavian Tegetable Blood Pills, 26 cents per box, or ft boxes for $1. Bead Dr. Rohack's Special notices and Certificate, pub lished is a conspicuous part of this Paper Mm time to time. Dr. Roback's Medical Almanac and family Adviser, con tain iog a great variety of interesting and valuable Medi cal information, can be had gratis of any of bis Agents throughout the country. In difficult and complicated eases, Dr. Bohaek may bo consulted personally or by letter enclosing one stanp far the reply. From Ber. Mr. McMcxxr-T, PaatorofRoberts Chapel. IxDiAXAroLis, October , la7. Dr.Ctv. RoBici Dear Sin I have ward your Blood Purifier for a nervous affection, from which I bare moor ed much at times. While it is pleasant to the tnste, it certainly happy effect npoo the nerve. Please accept my thanks for year kind regards, and believe me Tesra. J. W.T McMClXEN. For Sale in Holmes county by H. Yergis, Millers burg: J. Rudy, Berlin; Jas. Manna, Holmesvile; O. Ger ber, Wineshurg; II. Pomerene, iliddletown; C Lob gr in ore, Nashville; H. Beidler, Lakeville; Jos Platy, Sal tillo; G. W. Conyer, Oxford; Aaron Keim, Carlisle; and by Druggists and Merchants generally throughout the t nioa. Jane2,lS&-ltf, Important to Fanners, Farriers and Horsemen. (Mcbrateli garst finfatnt IS WARR ANTED to cure or remove all tbe tal lowing named diseases of the horse, suck as Spavins, Ringbone, Spiinl, Curt, mnd WtndgaOs, or any other Lumps or Settlings, that may arise on the bore from any canoe wbstsver, or wherever located, it baa abto bees said by those who have used the Liniment that H will core PoB-Ets and , Fistwla, if applied in time. fjfG'tT it a trial, and If after using ft according to directions, you are not satisfied as to its efficacy, raters toe ooiue anu we wui reiuna youx money. SOLD BY J. K. RAIFF, DRUGGIST, MILLEKSBURQ. OHIO. Oct27,18i lOtf NOTICE. THE subscriber brs leave to bit to those em gaged in Sugar Case raising tLat titer cam be accommodated vith NO. 1 MILLS em abort notice, and reasonable terms, at tbe Steam Foundry, Millersburg, Ohio. Also, that celebrated composition, J'JFLJSL TT7rr .t. that has been selling bt seven dollars, cam be had at the Steam Foundry for fire dollars. J. H. VAX BROCKLIN. Jul 14, 47tf 'ATCtJ ItXillcrsburg, O Shop Ojipotitl th Empire Ecms d ar the Post Ofic. Look ont for .be slg: of NICEST WATCH H TOWN. THAT'S COOK'S. And there yoa will find the largest, best and cheapest lot of Gold & Silver Watches, Clods, Jew elry of all kinds, in town. THAT'S SOI THAT'S SO! NEW STOCK. Just retching and nor opening. CALL & BE SATISFIED. At a great outlay ol money ha baa prasmed a ; one iiock imporxea rrom urrraasT aaa one of the mast er pieces of the sk i Uful work, men of that country. Il is em. phatkally the Clock aad the REGULATOR. 1 C f trt-i v "T"i vr - On short notice, & in good style. rjff Don't Forgtt th Plact. FIRST CO TO COOK'S.