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Bottom of the Ocean.
Mr. Green, the famoas direr, tells singu lar stories of his adventures when making searca in the deep waters of the ocean. lie gives some sketches of whnt he saw on the Silver Banks near Hay ti : The banks of coral on which ray divings narrated in the previous chapter, were made, are about fortv miles in lenrrtn ana irom ten to twenty in breadth. On this banks of coral is presented to the diver one of the most beautiful and sublime scenes the ere ever beheld. The water varies from ten to one hundred feet in depth, and so clear that the diver can see from two to three hundred feet, when sub merged, with little obstiuction to the sight. The bottom of the ocean, in many places on these banks, is as smooth as a marble floor: in others it is studded with coral columns, from ten to one hundred feet in height, and from one to eighty feet in di ameter. The tops of those more lofty sup port a myraid of pyramidal pendants, each forming. a myraid more; giving the reality to tne imaginary abode of some water nymph. In other places, the pendants lorm area atter arcb, and as tne diver stands on the bottom of the ocean, and gazes tbrongn tnese into tne deep winding aven tie, he feels that they fill him with as sa cred an awe as u be was in some old ca thedral, which had long been buried be neath "old ocean's wave." Here and there the coral extends even to the surface of the water, as if those lofty columns were tow ers belonging to those stalely temples now in ruins. There were countless varieties of dimin utive trees, 6hrubs and plants in every crevice of the corals where the water had deposited the least earth. They were all of a faint hue, owing to the pale light tbey received, although of every shade, and en tirely different from the plants I ara famil iar with that vegetate on dry land. One, in particular, attracted my attention ; it re sembled a sea fan of immense size, of va riegated colors, and of the most brilliant hue. The fish which inhabited those Silver Banks I found as different in kind as the scene which varied. They were of all forms, colors and sizes; from the symmetrical goby to the godlide suufisb ; from those of the dullest hue to the changeable dolphin ; from the spots of the leopard to the hues of the sunbeam ; from the harmless minnow to the voracious shark. Some had heads like a squirrel, others like cats and dogs; one of small size resembled a bull terrier. Some darted through the water like meteors, while others could scarcely be seen to move. lo enumerate and explain all tne van ous kinds of fish I beheld while diving on these banks, would, were I enough of a naturalist t: do so, require more space than my limits will allow, for 1 am convin ced that most of the kinds of fish which inhabit the tropical seas can be found there. The sun fish, saw fish, star fish, white shark, ground shark, blue or shovel nose shark, were often .seen. There were also fish which resembled plants, and remained as fixed in their position as a shrub. The on ly power they possessed was to open and shut when in danger. Some, of them re sembled the rose when in full bloom and were of alt hues. There were the ribbon fish, from four to ,ve inches-to three feet in length. Their eyes are very large and protrude like those of the frog. Another fish was spotted like a leopard, from three to ten feet in length. They build their houses like the beaver, in which tbey spwan, and the male or female watches the egg until it hatches. I saw many specimens of the green turtle, some five feet long, which I should think would weigh from 400 to 500. li C: " V A Parting Kick. When Fitzpat rick r was nominated for Vice .President on the Douglas ticket the newspapers in that interest were profuse in then laudations of him. when he de clined being seen in such company, they dropped him with more haste than decen cy. , But the "unkiudest cut of all" is given by "Occasional" in the Philadelphia Press, who says : ' Mr. Fitzpatrick ought to belong to the "Old Gentlemen's", party. He is a very decent, staid and most respectable fogy an Alabama Jbssil, and when he saw the storm-' brewing against his young friend, Douglas, he became what Governor Bigler would say, "slightly weak in knees." It was a splendid opportunity to show his pluck, of which, I have no doubt, he has sufficincy; but he yielded before the blast. The fact is, he got the nomination because his friends supposed he desited it. It was not fcrced upon him. A great favor Jike this is not apt, like the offer of the Doge of . Venice, when he presents the silver prize to the winner in the regatta, as des cribed by James Fenimore Cooper, "to go begging." ' His declension, therefore, filled the friends of Douglas with indescribable mortification, and gave to the Disunionists who went to hear Breckenridge and Davis make their speeches last evening, a certain temporary exultation. - - ; Capital Owning Labor. .. The nominee for Vice President on the Squatter ticket is in favor, not only of en slaving "niggers,1' but white men. In a speech delivered in Philadelphia, Sept. 17, 1856 Herschel, V. Johnson said: We believe capital should own lobor; is there any doubt that there must be a la boring clas everywhere ? In all countries and under every form of social organiza tion there must be a laboring class a class of men who get their living by the sweat of their brow ; and then there must be another class that controls and directs the capital of the country. ' How do the Democrats who "sweat' for the party, like the idea of being put under the hammer? j- - t 3 . ' What a nominee, Is Herschel V., . . Of Georg-ee ! . , , JANkw Canard. The" telegraph has started a new political sensation." Il tells of an arrangement under headway, engine ered by Mayor Wood, of New York, to have but one electoral ticket in New York and Pennsylvania for Douglas and Breck enridge. That is -one of the canards of the New York Herald, a paper constantly resorting to such expedients to attract public attention to its columns. Mr. Doug las nor hU friends will submit to such an arrangement We should consider such a proposition as an insult. The Democ racy can enter into no combination or ar rangement with the Disunionists or their standard bearers, any more than with the Abolitonists or their standard bearers The Democracy regard both as alike dang erous to the peace of the country and the continuance of the Union. They can, therefore, enter into no partnership with either. Cin. Enq. An Immense Practical Joke-A Bogus Bride. . . One of the tallest praclicaiJokes we ev er heard of was recently practiced on an ardent young "lovyer" in the delightful locality of Louisiana, (a town) in Pike county, Mo. The younsler became vio lently enamored with a luscious young damsel of the town, and was suffering all sorts of agonies irom' her coquettish dispo sition to trifle with him, when her "pa rents? discovered what was going on, and not being disposed to let it proceed farther, :! J .i n . . , - . . emeu me young mix 10 me mansions ot a maiden aunt in. the rural districts. : Tin sighing swain was nearly insane on learn ing of this move, and a party of young scamps, wno Dad Heard all about the artair, resoWed to comfort him with bogus lillet aovx; J. hey wrote several, sitrnms the name of the adorable ?dulcinea to them and so eagerly did the lover snap at the bait, that they determined to carry out the joke in extreme stjle. Tbey made the young lady agree lo an elopement, by let ter, out wun mis proviso: tnat me wea ding should take place in a tobacco facto ry, and that tne first bridal even should be spent in the same frag ant temple. Of course our hero consented was at the fac tory just as night was closing in, and a fair- faced youngster, who personated the happy bride, fell into his arms and acted the part beautifully. The rascal who attempted to solemnize the marriage broke down in the middle of the ceremony; but, another and a bolder imposter took his place, and not only married the "happy pair, but actual ly offered up a prayer for the happiness of the newly wedded ! 1 he mock bride then retired to his couch, and the blissful bride groom- was about to follow, when a Ire mendous noise was heard out side, and in stalked a party of disguised lokers, repre senting the enraged "parents" of the bride. and her brothers. . Both parties were arm ed, and as there was considerable firing, somebody would certainly have been kill ed had the pistols contained anything more than powder! As it was, the paternal forces prevailed, and the unhappy lover was obliged to fly through night air with a scanty supply of costume, and the bitter thought that be had lost bis bride. Strange to say he was still in the dark as to the joke, and actually consulted a lawyer on the following morning, for the purpose of ascertaining How he could legally claim his bride I 1 be imposition was them ex plained to him, and when the "sell" had been made manifest, beyond a doubt, the poor fellow departed precipitately from the town and has not been heard from since. A more heartless and excusable practical joke was never attempted ; yet so ludic rous are all its aspects that no one can help laughing at it. Terrble Calamity in Minnesota. Rev. H. M. Nicols, of Minneapolis, his Wife Child, and Mr. Cleveland, his Brotherin-law, and two Daughters drowned in Calhoun. From the St. Paul Times, July 7th. It is with the utmost regret that we lay before our readers an account of one of the most terrible and heart rendering calam ities that has ever happened in Minnesota. 11 appears, from the information we have received, that on the 5th mst., at 3 p. m. the Rev. Mr. Nicols, pastor of the Cougre gational Church at Minneapolis, his wife and child (a boy of 13 years) accompanied by Mr. Cleveland, his brother-in-law, and bis two daughters," aged respectively 11 and 13 years, went to Lake Calhoun for the purpose of. bathing. " The two girls of Mr. Cleveland went luto the Lake first and unfortunately ventured out of their depth. Mr. Nicols' boy went to their assistance, but the girls clinging to him drew him out of depth, and as they all appeared to be perishing Mr. Cleveland went to tbeir as sistance. He, too, was soon drawn into deep water, and as he was unable to swim, it appeared that he would soon drown with the children. Mr. Nicols then went to the rescue. He ventured in as far as he could, maintaining his footing, which, however he soon lost calling to his wife to take hold of his hand. She resolutely obeyed the summons; clasped his hands in in hers, and terrible to relate, the whole party were drawn into deep water and per ished together. Mrs. Cleveland and infant child of Mr. Nicols wre the only survivors of this sad calamity. There was no boat at hand, and Mrs. Cleveland had the dreadful afflic tion of witnessing: her husband and two children, sister and brother-in-law and his child berish before her eyes. The bodies were all recovered on Thursday night, but with life extinct. A jCSTMr. Breckenridge in his letter of acceptance says : Whatever the common Government holds in trust for all the States must be enjoyed equally bj each. It controls the Territo ries in trust for all the States. Nothing less than sovereignty can destroy or impair the rights of persons or property. The Territorial Governments are subordinate and temporary, and not sovereign ; hence they cannot destroy or impair the rights of persons or property. While they con tinue to be Territories they are under the control of Congress, but the Constitution nowhere confers on any branch of the Federal Government the power to discrim inate against the rights of the States or the property of their citizens in the Territo ries. . . - f :- - The above means, when reduced lo plain English, that Congress has control over the Territories. only it hasnt. A Census-Taking Anecdote. In endeavoring to take the census for the government, the marshals occasionally meet with such difficulties as well nigh de prive them of their own senses. The fol lowing took place in Canal-street, New Orleans: uWho is the head of this family V "That depends on circumstances. If before 11 o'clock, its me husband if after 11 its meself." "How sot" "Because, aftber 11 he's as dbruk as a piper, and unable to take care of himself, let alone the family." "What is his age!" "Coming next Mechalmas he will lack a day of being as old as Finnegan. You anow a inncgan r "No, I don't know Finnegan : and if I did it would not help the matter. Is your uuaunaa an alien i -j "Och thin, he's ailin entirely.- He has the rheumatism worse than old Donnelly, who was tied down wid 'em." ? - . "How many male members have you in the family!" 4 "Nivir a one.'1 "What, no boys at all f" "Boys is it? Ah! murther, go home. So rery We hare boys enough to whip four loaves of bread for breakfast" , "When were yon married ' "The day Pat Doyle left Tippirary for America. Ah well I " mind it. A sun shiner day niver gilded the sky of owld Ireland." -. "What was the condition of .your bus band before marriage t" -, . : I "Divil'a man more miserable.1 He said if I did not give him a promise within two weeks he'd blow his brains out with a crowbar."- .', - l . . . - . -. i r i "What was he at the time of your mar riage, a widower or a bachelor ?" "A which? A widower, did you say? Ah now go awiy wid your nonsence. Is't the likes of me that would take up with a second hand husband i A poor divil all legs and consumption, like a sick turkey. A widower?" May I niver be blissed if I'd rather not live an owld maid, and bring np a family on butter milk and praties." -- Here the dialogue ended, the marshal coming to the conclusion that he could' "make more" next door. Whether he did we will know at some future time.- S. E. WEIRICH & BRO., ; Dealers in English, German and American HARDWARE, MILLERS BURG OHIO ALL RIGHT NOW. The throng that so long, Has been going all wrong, . Are now Buying their Hardware of Weirich & Bro. Onr goods are all new And the prices right too, At the Store of S. Weirich & Brother. So follow the throng That are hurryingalong To the Store of Weirich & Brother. "Which is fullfrom 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 harrying along For Hardware to Weirich & Brother. . Look at the "rushing," And avoid the "pressing," But follow the throng That are harrying along, To boy their Hardware, GIass,Nails &c, of .Yemen & Brother. June9,1859 42tf 1W ARRMGIIENTS. Removal of the St Nicholas ANKENY'S CORNER. THE proprietors have leased for a term of years, the -above well known rooms, and thorousrhlv repaired and refitted them, making an addition of a LADIES' ROOM, ted up in superior style. " We have also added to ou nner business a new and complete stock of GROCERIES & PROVISIONS, which we will sell on the most reasonable terms. Our stock of CONFECTIONARI ES, is the largest and most complete in Millersburg. OUR PARAGON LAMP for Coal Oil is the BEST LAMP IS AMMERICA. full supply of Lamps and Oil constantly on hand. OUR REFRESHMENT ROOMS the best in Millersburg, and will at all times be sup- piica wun everytning tne maraex uemanos. Thote who want a first rate article of Shouldcallon WESTON ft SPANGLER. Millersburg, Feb. 2, I860 v4n34tf THE BEST COOK STOVE IS THE BECAUSE It Bakes Perfect, Uood Draft, Doors lit Close, Joints fit Tight. Plates are heavy, No Wood Wasted, Always a Supply of hot water, Superior Boiling Arrangements. ook the 1st rremiam at last ft air. Fruit dried and Victuals kept warm without burning them. IS SOIiD CHEAP And has other good qualities without number. E cr Beware of imitations, for many will seek to imi tate, but call and see the genuine at the Big Coffee Pot. w m. dka x . aoie Agent. Oct 13, '59 . Choice Items. RIDER'S C E L E B R A TED DOUBLE-ACTION REVOLVER! The Amusing ARID R PISTOL! That shoots without powder. CARROLL'S New Sewing Machine! perfect that a little child c in work it with'very little lnsirttcuon. SETH THOMAS CLOCKS, The best in the war! The Celebrated PEBBLE SPECTACLES, Warranted to cure weak eyes and eaune the old to see with the vigor of youth again. EUROPEAN & AMERICAN MTCHES & JEWELRY of any style or quality desired, u3LT FRY'S, Opposite theCaurt' ouse. Millersburg. 0 Karch 1,1860. Wall Paper A new lot of Cheap Wall Papers jnsi receired at the Book Store. We bare' some pretty patterns (new) at 8, 10, 12 cts at the -VTT-HITEWASH.PAINTS, to T or go to ron MEW MILLINERY A Dress - Haling EstabHshmen Mrs. BEXNETT A. Miss C LENIENCE, RESPECTFULLY inform the ladies of Millentbarg and Holmes county, that they are bow receiving at if Cherry holmer More, a line and ex liter nure, mrw uuon exsi oi tensive assortment ot Millinery Goods and Dress Trimming which they Will seii unusuauj low. - Their stock comprises every description of Chips and Willow Hats, X large assortment of Straw Goods and Children's Hats, French and American Flowers and Ribbons. E VER T VARIETY OF R USHES. Embroideries Very Cheap. An improved pa tern in Corsets, adapted to improve the form ana nt wun ease auu cunuurt w me wearer. WATCH S?aiSG AND OTHER SKIRTS at prices to suit everybody. FALSE HAIR IN BRAIDS AXD J2A1TDS, BATCHEIiOR'S HAIR DYE, The best in the worlds always on hand. DRESS-MAKING in alt its branches, cutting and fitting done at the short est notice. Paterns received direct from Paris mothly. Bleaching and cleaning bonnets done on short notice. E3?"S TAMPING done to order. Stamped paterns for sale. Miss CLEMENCE'S experience, correct business hab its and good tarte. will commend her to all who may call on her, and those who may favor us with their patron age may rest assurred that no pains will be spared to please. Mrs. B. bays all her goods in Xew York, for casl therefore can sell cheap. Millersborg, April 26, 1860. WOULD respectfully announce to the cUizenso 1 Holmea and 'constantly on hand, a better stock adjoining counties, that ha keens ot DRUGS, Medicines, raiots, uils, DYE-STUFFS, &c, Than has ever before been offered to the citizens of th place and vicinitv. His experience of over twentv ve:irs jusunes mm in me oeuei that as a druggist anaapotae- cary, ne nas never oeen exceuea oy any. He also keeps on hand a well selected stock of pow ders ior niiing rnysicians r rescripuon, ALSO, Perfumery, Fine Soaps, Toolh Brttshet, an Fancy Arttcla, Hold Leaf, f lavoring jbxtradsM ock et Knivet, Combs, tte., Cigars, Paints, Varnish, Tf hite Wash, Scrubbing, and Shoe Brushes, Ax., dec.. Together with all the PATENT MEDICINES of the day. gr Thankful for the past liberal patronage bestowed on hiin, he solicits a contiuance orthe same. niYSICIAVS PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully compounded, and charges Jto suit the exigen cies ot the times, a. xatttuiJM Aug. 4, 185& v3n50tf. TOR the growth and embelishment of the Hair. To JL prevent its tailing ou and turning gray. For sale by noO il. x ergm, imiersDurg, u. PROF. WOOD'S Hair Restorative, for SAle by n50 H. Yergin, Millersburg, O. TROF. ALEX. C. BARRY'S Tricoperous orMedica- j tea compound, tor tne riair. or sale oy nou 1. z ergin, Millersborg, o. 1 RABIAX HORSE POWDER, the great remedy for diseases in horses ana cattle: it being a irreat puri fier of the blood. For sale by H. Yergin. Millersbarnr, O, HTVYSENTARY CORDIAL and Cholera Mixture, of I our own manufacture, for the cure of Dysentarv Cholera Morbus. Colic and all affections of the Stomach and Bowels, for sale by H. Yergin, Millersburg, O. SHOULDER BRACES, supporters and Trasses, which can be had at the Drug Store of H. Yergin, Millers burg, Ohio. rilHE CELEBRATED Heave Powder for the cure of tne ri eaves in norses. prepared and sold by H. i er- giu at tus if rug to tore, Aiuierbburg, Holmes county, O. BRUSHES and Glaziers Tacks, also Shoe Blacking and varnishes, inks and toy colors, for sale by H. Yergin. "T7"EAST POWDERS, for baking bread and of the best 1. quality, tor sale by ti. x ergin, uuiersuurg, O. XIPOLA Rotten Stone and Silver Sand, used for pol- I, ishing and scouring tin, and copper ware. For sale by H. Yergin. CONCENTRATED LYE for making soap. 1 box makes la gallons good soap which costs 26 cents per dox. or sale oy a. i ergin, siiiiersDurg, u. Tarnish and Shoe Bushes, If j or sale oy ri. x ergin, Aiuiersourg, u. TJACHELOR'S & CHBISTADORA'S Hair Dyoor sale Ajoy a. . Yergin, Millersburg, O. T)EBFUMERY and Toilet Soaps, of the choicest and I best quality, tor sale by H. X ergin. TsURE WINES BRANDIES AND OLD WHISKY XI Also an excellent quality of Vinegar. All f w sale by All for sale H. YERGIN M illersburg, 0., June 2, 1859 n41t HEBRON & SON. DEALERS IN HARDWARE. Iron, Nails, Glass, &c, (MILLEKSBTJHG, Q. Have just received a new and well selected STOCK OF GOODS, y to wQicn tney invite attention. IF YOU "WANTSyaSfS Hebron St toon. IF YOU WANT S quality, go to Hebron & Son. Kails and Glass superior TT IfATT TTT A "XTni Doors or Win 12 lUU VV AN X dow Sash, well mjae ana strong, go to neuron tt son. IF YOU "WANT Savons! that are good, go to Hebron & Son. White IF YOUWAOTSflX merican juanutucture, go to ueoron & bon. IF YOU "WANT &Sw uoaca lrunmiDgs, xc, go 10 ueoron s son. TF YOU WANTWow.: anyrmng in tne tool line, go 10 neuron a son. IF YOU WANT Lock,' Breast; Coil well, or Halter Uhain, go to neuron s son. TF YOU WANTpAoncLtTcu!U' to neDron & Don. IF YOU ANT; Hebron & Son. IF YOU WANTffl from a bodkin to an Anvil, go to Hebron & Son. IF YOU WAOTSKSSss: & Son. Sept. 15. 1859. 4 TO THE Bubscritteni respectfully invite the attention of Merchants to their stock of FANCY GOODS, AND NOTIONS. We purchace direct from manufacturers or their im mediate agents, and are therefore prepared to SELL AT AS LOW PRICES as any house in the Eeaatern cities. Give us a call and see for Your selves. f, YEAttKR Ac CO 110 Market st., 1'ilUburgh Pa. mm. Dec. 29, 1830 1'Jtf to or i and J. 001 TO mm & CRAIGHEAD'S 1W TI SHOP H HI u H (0 BUY YOUR STO"VE!S! XT HSRE you can get them all right in every way. Don't be bumbo god any longer by pedlars who are earrrin. stoves over the country, that are all scrap iron stuck together, aad Terr poorly stuck at that. Come w'heri jou can get store, that are all new iron, and made at the best store works in the world; and when vou set a ntnll you get almost the price of it in trimminza. ' WT ALL WORK WARRANTED, ornosale. Brass, Copper, Sheet Iron, Pressed and Japanned ware, on hand at all times, and for sale wholesale and retail SPOTJTINQ done on a new plan, which is superior to all others. All kinds of trade tak-n in ex- a geo?r,c"k OI, TV' McCKORY & CKAIGHEAD. Ang.2o, 1So9 v4nltj. r r pi 73 CO C9 C 73 O Relief for Hard Times AT . B. COIIN'S p m I nm ORE! ULI TT"HO has received one of largest and most exten f I sive assortuments of SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING Ever offered in this county. C .IL so, C Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, L L Together with a very large assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, O O Which I am determined to sell at such low figures as - will astonish the citizens of this and ad joining counties, and the rest of mankind in general. My stock of goods which is unusually large, has been seieciea wnu great care ana especially for this market. I would, therefore, invite all my oli customers and a thous- sand new ones to call . . and examine my H Magnificent Assortment of Clothing, Cloths, and Gentlemen's furnishing goods, comprising every article of gentlemen's wear. I 1 HATS, HATS, HATS, HATS, Caps, Caps, Caps, Caps, N N TRUIVKS, TRUNKS, TRUNKS, Valises, Valises, Valises. c c A very large assortment of the latest styles. E TI am well assured that vou will be suited in the styles, quality and price of all such articles of wear as I shall offer you. You will get the worth of your mon ey in superior goods. My customers and the people genejally, may rest assured that of the Beady-Made Clothing kept in Millerburg, there is None Made at Home, but all brought from abroad, and of those I assert that 1 always keep the very best in market. Garments of all kinds made to order on the shortest notice and warranted to Ot. NO FIT NO SALE. So come aud see my stock before ourchasintr and wwt a good bargain for your nionev, on the corner of Main and Washington Sts. " BENJAMIN COHN. April o, 1SJ0 33 Westward, II! THE NEW ELDORADO IS AT NASHVILLE. "ITriiere Is JOE SIWIXH'i Where is GEN. YV MLLOWt WlM-re is JOHN TYLEU) l ucri-, ou, wuere is Delusion SMITH? YOU NEED NOT CARE, But if you want good Goods, cheap Goods, and new Goods, master np vour families, gather up your trade and CASH, and turn your faces towards the PIKE'S PEAK OF DOMES COUNTY AT NASHVILLE, Where Pure Virgin Gold is dug up from the bottom of your pocket and paid to Eyerly.MeUCo. in exchange for goods, sold cheaper than ever. THEIR NEW GOODS are now arriving, and comprise a stock suited to their trade. They will be sold at a handsome reduction from the prices charged elsewhere. TRY US AND SEE. Our stock is largertban ever. Among the assortment may be found, Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Iron, Nails, Glass, Crockery, Paints, Oils, SOLE LEATHEE, ALSO, LARUE LOT OF Ready-Made CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS BOOTS & SHOES. EVERLY, ECKLE & CO. April 18, 1830. 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 l'aper sold: Well would call the attention of everybody iiijiced of PAPER HANGING, our new styles of Dining Broom, Sitting Room, Bed Room, Hall, Parlor, Office and Ceiling Papers and Bor der, which believe are the handsomest ever brought to Millersburg. We have also a full supply of Plain, Marble, Oak, end ml 1 kinds of Imitation Papers, Lines, Corners, Centres, and Cornice for Side and Ceiling Panels and de corations. . WINDOW 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, 1860. I, THE PARAGON" LAMPS tor Coal Oil, give one-fourth more light than any other coal oil lamp, and burns no more oil. WAEMKTED TO GIVE PERFECT SATISFACTION no aale. The No. 1 Burner girea an much light a three candleH, and it an cheap aa one candle. A Hupply uuruens (wtucn can be put on any lamp) Shudea, round Chiumevs. Bruchea. Wick. Haud anil llaniriuir Lamps, OU of the very beat quality Constantly on Hand. for sale by WESTON tSPANGLEK. aiUlerUurK, r cb. B, 18G0. Jubilees. LOT JUST RKC A FRESH LOT JUST RKC El VKD at the A. BOOK STORE, llillersburg. Fancy Baskets. NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED at the BOOK STORE. be are bis We ply at at all Thia story "T I nev i dear to ITasa ally rush A. WAITS, HAS removed his Tailor sliop from the Post Offiea building, to the room over John Cary's auction room, one door west of Weirich 's H.trd ware Store, where he will be happy to wait on his old cus tomers and as map y new ones as may iavor him with a call. CUTTING DONE TO ORDER. July 15, 1853 T2n47m6. 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 erery pen sold, and have not yet had one returned, or any com plaints made of them. They are the pen nscd by almost every pnblic officer, book-keeper, banker, &e, in the U. States. We buy direct from A. Morton, not from ped lars, have his pens warranted to ns, and warrant them to those that buy of ns. Call at tha BOOK STORE. Dec 8, '59 15m3 DR. J. K RAUT, Druggist & Apothecary, DEAL EE IX PUHK Pharmacentical Preparations of Standard Strength, Pure Wines and Liquors, Surgical Instruments, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, I amishes, tc., ie., RESPECTFULLY inyites the consideration of the medical profession and families to his complete and varied assortment of all articles nsaally kept in sach an establishment. The character of the stock is of the tirst 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 the 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 may be unable to make their purchases in person, will find it to their ad vantage to order. Empire Hotel Block, .MILLERSBURG, OHIO April 7, 1859 331y GOLD PEE A LAP FULL. All the sizes. Every Pen warranter! Myl7,lr-58 43tf. atFRT-e5. Hartford Fire Insurance Company INCORPORATED A. D. 1810. Charter Perretual. Authorized Capital. - - Sl.O00.0fM Surplus, over 436,000 The reputation acquired by this Company during the last fifty years, bv an honorable course tu 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 utmost conscience oi tne pu one, as anoruing reliable insurance against jjuas or uamage oj J ire. it. w. iiutfAitL., Agent. Millersburg, Feb. 9, 1860 25tf BUY YOUR At the Sign of the ml 35 iraiaSWati Stg-'r ENGOURAGE HOIKE MANUFACTURE. ; SB. HOPFlffAN Sc CO., take pleasure to a- form their cuRtomera and the public generally that they are again on hand with a new and splendid assort ment of which will be sold at prices to defy competition. To those who are prejudiced against boring ready made Clothing, we would say that we manufacture our own clothing, and can sell a tastr and durably got up garment for less money than the cloth and trimmings can bought for. Our fttock of piece goods for the costume trade la Tery extensive and has been Carefully Selected, Embracing the best mke ot French and Ena-llsh Black and Colored Broad Cloth and Doeskin and the latest most elegant styles of French, English und domes tic Fancy Cassimeres, French and Spanish Linen, and a variety of Silk, Cashmere, and Mursailles Vestings. OUR COSTUME DEPARTMENT continues under the special mannsrement of Mr. II. W. MOSS, who does not mean to be excelled by any one of profession ana never mi is o give saustucuon. CJeiits' Furnishing: Goods. have a Terr large Tariety fn tbia Hue. including some new auu nuvei aruciea. w o nave also a large son- of Rubber Goods, Trunks, Carpet Sacks, Valises, snd a thousand one other articles belonging to good aassorted Clothing Store, our motto shall be "(Juick Sales and Small Profits." We invite therefore, one and all to call the U. S. Clothing Store, opposite the old Post Office, the sign of the uLittle Giant," before purchasing elsewhere, il Clothing made to order on shortest uoucf. rt o ni, no sale. o. rJ. liOPrMAN a CO. Uiltersburg, April 12, 1360. 34 FIRE!!! TUST RECEIVED, s fine lot of PUMPS, of all srinilsi fenm ti& am I A , BiuaitcBt- ciavvrn to me largest orce, Engine or Well Pump. fs the best Pump mode-is Home Protection against fire; will throw water over any ordinary two house. Sold cheap by BKAY, the Tinner AT THE BIO COFFEE POT. April 19, I860 Mtf 1,000 REWARD. is generally conceived that money saved is just as good as that which la earned. The wav to nn mn is to buy cheap. eopio uo nuiaiwaya know where to bur the Cheapest and Best Groceries, Amljllttt forth tMnflt nt iu.rHr.nl.ai. 4V....1. ..st k. poodle arm-rally their humble aerrant put himself the trouble of writing the liict and having it pub lished that r LOUIS FKITZ rerr large and sunerlov toir f loonJina ' GROCERY Sl PROVISION STORE. Let no one be backward almnt ..inn i t- right up to Frit's, whers thev can buv more fur a quarter than any other Grocery -In" these dliginsa.'' .... .. i.Ol'18 FKITZ. june21,18t)0 U At Blood Purifier and Blood PillsV" Jo i PHARMACIA DR. ROBACK S 2 Scandinavian Remedies. 11liEN D. RosaCK, the celebrated Swedish PhTi T V dan, introduced bis Blood Purifier and Blood PUla in the United States, he set forth in plain language their curative properties. 1 his was- years ago. The taak of reeommendinghem has since been tafcea ewt pf fn, Bimrffi Enlightenen men whose charcter for sound judgment and philosophy gires their opinions weightin the community, , men who observe, reflect, and make "aasnranea- aoably . sore," before they decide are every where approving and urging the use of these wonderful Preparations. All who confide in the wisdom and honesty at this dass, or who chose to investigate for themselves are now of ana) on thlsimportani subject. ' "oaca invites the attention of UM sick tha ORIGINAL, I.F.TTEBS From members of the Mc'ir.l prnf.enn aTwi.. he journals, well known -Merchante and Famera, and la dies of the highest respectability, giving aeconnts of ex traordinary cures wrought bv the remedies, of which cures they themselves were Eye Witnesses. These oartles tnav be eonsnlted Tw.mnn.iiv n w by those who have any donbt Upon the subject. The er- ' idence in the possession of Dr. Roback, which is at all tunes accessible to the public, establishes the lollowuig t'actfi: That the BLOOD PURIFIER and BLOOD FILLS havo been proved by analysis to . - Con taiii no mineral; That they cure the almost universal complaint, V Dyspepsia ;,; with unerrinr ctrtaintv. and in a verv short timn. That after all other medicines have proved useless, they relieve Liver Complaint, and restore the health and strength of the sufferer. That ' Sick Females, who have languished for rears in Belnless weakness and despondency, recuperate with great rapidity under their invigorating operation. That all seiuil disabilities are removed by their cordial and gently stimulating proper- i- lnat they recruit ... . Shattered Constitutions, however they may have been trifiedwith and abused; that their direct tendency is to lengthen lifeandnnderlttm. joyable. That operating directly upon the poison of dir ect in th blood, they Cause Soon to Heal, - ' ' and discbarge from the system, every t int of Scrofula," whether hereditary or otherwise. That they Beer u it tne Debilitated, and that then ia no disease of the Stomach and Bowels, the liver, the nervous system, the akin, the glands or muscles, in which they do not give prompt relief, and (if administered before the very citadel of lift has been lor- vaaea,; enect a painless and perfect cure. Bear in mind that the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills are endorsed by the experience of thousands of liv ing witnesses, who in letters, affidavit, medical vnnk. and by word of mouth, proclaim them to be the vary best preparation of the kind ever offered to the broken down victims of ill health. They hunt disease through every avenue and organ of the systcm,and to expel it thorough ly M1U pviiiiMinutij, No one can doubt their sunerioritr after one atari trial they are nrt only better but, in fact, cheaper thaa ony other Pills, for it takes a less number of them to pro duce a better enect. Price nt the Scandinavian Yeetrtahle Blood PnrtfW 11 per bottle, or $5 per hall dozen. 01 the Scandinavian vegetable Blood nils, 2a cents per box, or a boxes for $1.. Read Dr. Boback's Special notices and Certificates, nah- liBbed in a conspicuous part of this Paper frfm time to time. Dr. Roback's Medical Almanac and family Adviser, con taining a great variety of interesting and valuable Modi-' cai information, can be had gratis of any of bis Agents throughout the country. In dilHcult and complicated case,. Dr. Roback may be consulted personally or by letter enclosing one staap for the reply. From Rev. Mr. JIcMcxus, Pastor of Roberts Chapel. ' " I.TDUXAFOLIS, October 6, 1857. Dr.C.W. Roback Dear Sir: I have used vour Rlnaut Purifier for s nervous affection, from which I have suffer ed much at times. While it is pleasant to the tjste, it certainly happy effect upon the nervee. Please accept my inanxs lor your aindregards, aud believe me Yours, J. W. T. SlCUljL.L.fiIV. For Sale in Holmes county by H. Yergin, Millers burg: J. Rudy, Berlin; J as. Hanna, Holtnesvile; G. Ger ber, Winesburg; II. Pomerene, Middletown; J. C. Long shore, Nashville; H. Beidler, Lakeville; Jos Platy, Sal- ' tillo; 6. W. Conyer, Oxford; Aaron Keim, Carlisle; and by Druggists and Harchants generally throughout th Union. Jne2,1859- 41t. Important to Farmers, Farriers and Horsemen. , fiEflfbratfH garse $ tnlment. IS WARRANTED to cure or remove all the fol lowing named diseases of the horse, such as Spavins, Ringbone, Splint, Curbs, and Windgalh, or any ouier Lumps or Swellings, ... -, that mav arise on the horse from anr cans wtiatnvn or wherever located, it has also been said by those who have used the Liniment that it will cure Poll-Evil and Fis'ulnj, if applied in time. t3r3ive it a trial, and if after using it according to directions, von are not satisfied ss to its ilfnr, mnn the bottle and we will refund your money. - SOLD BY J. fi. R1IFF, DRUGGIST, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. Oct27,1859 lOtf NOTICE. THE subscriber bet's leave to say to those en gaged in Sugar Cane raising that they cam be accommodated with NO. 1 MILLS on short notice, and reasonable terms, at the Steam Foundry, Millersburg, Ohio. Also, that celebrated coro position that has been sellins; for seven dollars, can h had at the Steam Foundry for five dollars. J. H. VAN BROCKLINY July 14, 47 tf r xs T0B& Millersburg, O Shop opposite thi , . Empire House and fteHWv the Post Office. - Look oat for the sign, of tko NICEST WATCH 11 TOWN THAT'S COOK'S. And there you will find the largest,.' best and cheapest lot of Gold fe -Silver Watches, Clocks, Jew- . elry of all kinds, in town. ; THAT'S SO! THAT'S SO! NEW STOCK ... ;, Just receiving and now opening. CALL & BE SATISFIED. a great outlay of money he is procured nnc viock imported from Uermsnf ana o" of the master pieces of the skillful work men of that country. It is) em phatically the Clock and the REGULATOR. Repairing, ' short notice, &in good style. Don't Forget the Place. , FIRST CO TO COOK'S,