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Tbo following: circumstance to have occurred in the town of Frost, in Bad ax county, Wisconsin.. Two children, aged nine and eleven, were diging ginseng, and came in contact witfc a bear of large size, which seized the younger and mangled it in a shocking maimer; whan the father, bearing, the screams of the child, came to its rescue, ana touna ipe eider, a girl, com batting with the furious beast liU a noble champion." He suceeded in driving the bear away,. and proceeded, oil bis war -v home, the bear following for some distance, not willing to depart without bis anticipa ted booty. A young Parisian, who had been imprisoned in Cliohv for debt, gained bis release by the following ruse : By the laws of the country, the creditors of the unfortunate debtor are obliged to pay winy francs a month for his support while in con finement, and bo lonr as each payment is resrularlv madu, the prisoner may lie in jaU The person referred to caused a letter to be sent to each of the contributing creditors, giving notice of his death. They at once ceased paying his board, and the prison door new open. Mr. Kussell Wood, of HoVpofce, Mass-, while coming down a mountain with a load of wood, fell off, and was so paralyzed as to be unable to move, and was so'obliged to remain un der the wagon wheels from turee o clock in the afternoon till eleven in the eveniug, when be was found and rescued by bis alarmed and searching family. His horses had stood still for eight hours, although so impatient to be gone inat tbey bad pawed deep holes in the ground beneath them. If tbey bad moved Mr. Wood must nave been killled A citizen of Berlin Prus sia, a man in comfortable circumstances, is periodically attacked with a desire to knock oil hats, tie afterwards makes up tbe loss to tbe astonished victim of this strange fancy by the payment of three thalers. According to the calculation of bis family, in the past year he has been obliged to make good the loss of two hundred and sixty-seven bats. At a recent musical fes tival fifty-three hats were sacrificed to this curious frenzy and for the evening's enter .tainment he paid one hundred and fifty nine dialers. Thorns Richard, and old and esteemed merchant of Philadelphia, died suddenly on Friday, at the moment when his friends were about celebrating lib golden wedding and the marriage of bis daughter. He was in his eighty-first year and quite firm, and was somewhat ex cited in anticipation of tbe day's festivities. A wo tuau io Detroit stepped out of doors a few minutes, leaving two children alone in the house. Duriug her absense one of the children caught its clothes on fire, from a candle, and was burned to death. A southern merchant went iuto a manufactory in Newark, N. J., last week, to buy some goods, and finding the pro prietor to be a Republican, talked so abu sively that he was ordered to leave. The next day be returned, declaring that he knew the proprietor to be an honest roan, made his purchases, and parted on the best ' of terms. Andrew li. UuicLmson, a sonof Jesse Hutchinson, of Milford, N. H., and a brother of the well known Hutchin son singers, died at the Lunatic Asylum, at South Boston, of chronic insanity, on Saturday, ue was nity-twojeas ot age, and for many years was a grocer upon Broad street. Ishain S. Boll, cf Lau- renceville, S. C, had become so innch liar rassed by fear of negro insurrection, : that be blew his brains out with a shot gun, on the 16th. The more usual plan, in case fftoxeity like this, is to hang a pedlar.- At San Francisco, Rosalie Durand, w hile singing the "Last Rose of Summer," was hissed off tbe stage by some Italians in tbe gallery. - Upon being recalled, 6he was again hissed and, hiding her face in her handkerchief, burst into tears. This was too much for the Americans, who vacated the parqnelte, and soon swept tbe gallery of the critical Italians, tumbling them down the stairs with great violence. A horrible accident occurred Thursday morning at Port Griffith, between Pittson and Wilkebsarre, at the Pennsylvania Coal Company's Works, near Scranlon, Pa, A car containing twelve miners, starting for the mine down a slope of 1600 feet, when about half way, the rope broke and the car was precipitated to the bottom. Eight men were instantly killed, two are not ex pected to live. The balance were saved by jumping from the car. An idiot at Salzburg, Germany, being very fearless, an experiment was made to test bis cour age, by setting him to watch over a pre tended corpse put which was in reality a living person enveloped, and as it proved, unfortunately confined in a shroud. As tbe supposed corpse began to move, the id iot told it to lie still, and being disobeyed, seized a hatchet and cut off first one of the feet, and in spite of opposition, the head of the helpless imposler, after which he calmly resumed bis watching. The London C-ommcreial Record states that the Great Eastern steamship is so shaken up td weakened thai she is unsea worthy. -"'The oldest postmaster in the United Stales, and who has never been out of of fice since his appointment in 1805, is John Billings, at Trenton, Oneida county, N. Y. -Urs. Sickles, wife of the Hon. Daniel . Sickles whd has been living in strict re tirement since the reconciliation between her husband and herself, a few days ago presented Mr. Sickles with a pledge of that reconciliation :TheJ Wheeling Intelli gencer says: We saw yesterday a mild mannered little woman, about twenty-five Tears of age, hauling through the streets a little wagon which contained four babies of the same age. Tbe woman claimed to be tbe mother of the children, and seemed to delight in answering all questions about tbem which the curious propounded. They bore tbe resemblance to each other that all babies do. crowd of Douglas roughs made most murderous attack upon a Wide Awake procession in Troy, N. Y., on Sat urday evening last. Several reliable per sons have testified that the attack was pre meditated, having been agreed upon several days. Brute force is the only argument Douglas Democrat have ever been able to use. It was very extensively adduced in Kansas, some yeas ago. "Brave Governor Wise 1 If he could only have his own way, the chivalrous Pryor would not be only in his patriotic effort to stab Mr. Lincoln on the East steps of tbe Capitol. The Governor has declar ed he would delight in interferring to pre vent the inauguration of Lincoln, but bis friends won't permit it Can't they be in duced to give the valorous Governor full swing t These rantancerous chaps who always require six or seven able-bodied mer to keep them from whipping some body are tbe most innocent creatures- Hy ing when left alone. Horrible Accident. A - correspondent of the Lexington (TetM.)Dispatck, writing from Decaturville, in the same state, nnder date of Oct. 14, says As some negroes were passing tbe road leading from this place to Perryville, this morning, near Bushing's Creek, they were attracted by tbe cnes of a female, and up on examination found near the road a wo man Ivinir by the fire with her husband, both confined by a log across them. It appears that tbey were traveling and had stopped to camp, and had built their fire new a dead tree, which caught re (after they bad fallen asleep,) and burning off near tbe ground, fell angling across tbem, breaking both tbe woman s legs just below the knee, and killing the man almost in stautly. .. When interrogating the woman, we learned that the tree had fallen across them several hours before day, and that her husband lived long enough to tell her what to do after be was dead. ' She said she called until she could call no longer, for some one to come to her relief after her husband died, (not being able to extricate herself.) . one also stated that ber maiden name was Watts, and that her husband's name was Jefferson Kelly that they had been married about three months, and were going across Tennessee river where corn was cheaper. When we reached the place where the unfortunate persons were, the scene was most horrifying, and tbe cries ef the poor woman when takon away from her dead husband were enough to melt the most ob durate heart. Deserving a Halter. If men wbo utter such sentiments as those below, escape the hemp it will be be cause luck, not justice is on their side. Senator Iverson, of Georgia, in a letter to the Columbus (da.) Times, dated Octo ber 18th, says: Whilst I hold a seat in the Senate of the United Stales I will rote against the confirmation of every Southern man, who will be rotten enough and base enough to accept office from Lincoln. If this decla ration will aid tlie cause ot Douglas er Bell here or elsewhere, their friends are welcome to make the most of it. Senator Iverson is a fair sample of the allies the Bell and Everett fellowship with. Terridlk Fight ax Emigrant Par ty Massecred sr Indians. Tbe tele graphic abstract of Oregon news brought by the last Pony Express mentioned the massacre of an emigrant party of forty -six persons by lue ouake Indians, further details have reached us. The party were first attacked alout fifty milt's ou the west side of Salmon Falls on the 9th of Sept cm ber. This attack lasted about one hour. The Indians then withdrew and allowed the train to proceed five miles. They then again attack them. Tbe fight lasted two days and one night. On the afternoon of the 10th, . the Indians had possession - of the whole train with the exception of six men, who, lieing mounted escaped. Af ter traveling through the woods for nine davs these six were again at tacked, and five of the party killed. Sclieiber alone escaped by hiding in the bushes. After traveling seven davs without food, he was found in an exhausted condition lv some persons who took him to the Dalles. Of the nineteen males in the party, six were discharged sohlies from Fl. Hall. Mr. Scheiber is the only one who escaped. He says that the six men who left on horse back, did not leave until the Indians had complete possessions of the train, and from the screams of (he women and children, he was led to believe that the whole party were butcbered. JtSTTberc is already a very 'promising Republican organization at the National Capital. Since the lale elections, which indicate the certainty of Lincoln's elec tion, accessions to the Republican ranks crowded thick and fast; so that by the fonrlh of March next there will be suffi cient Republican strength iu Washington alone to beat back all disunionists wbo would dare attempt to prevent Old Abe's inauguration. The influence of Lincoln's administration will nearly, if not quiet, convert Washington into a Republican city. The correspondent of the New York Times writes (hat President Buchanan has no ap prehensions of danger to the Union, as a consequence of Lincoln's election, which he regards as settled. For once, at least, the old gentleman has shown good sense . A Remarkble Family. The children of Jacob Cooper, who resides in Suffield, Connecticut, recently, held a family meet ing. Tbey are eleven iu number, and there has never been a .death among them. Their respective ages are about 67, 65, 63, CI, 59, 57, 55, 53, 51, 49, and 47; and tbe sum total of their ages is about C2S years nnd 3 months. There are three daughters and eight sons, and seven of the eight ars good Republicans. r i .. . Narrow Escape of Garibaldi. The Paris correspondent of the Boston Trav eler states that in one of the recent battles Garibaldi was three times in danger of be ing killed by cannon balls aimed with great accuracy by the crtilery men of tbe King of Naples. JCSTln a sermon delivered by Rev. Dr. Tyng in New York, on the Sunday after the great ball to the Prince ot Wales, that gentleman made the statemeut that an em inent jeweler s house iu that city cleared, from diamonds rented to ladies to glitter in the presence of Royalty, a sufficient sum. to pay the rent of their store for a year. Goino to Stat Oct. The Washington correspondent of tbe New York World telegraphs that paper, under date of the 24th instant, that old Jo. Lane takes the result of the Senatorial election in Oregon very much to heart. It is understood that he will not return to that Sta'e to reside, but will go back to North Carolina.and seek tbe old roof-tree. He has been put out and prefers to stay out. He has still some hopes, however, that tbe Douglas men in Illinois and some other States will make him President. It is a very roundabout way, to be sare, but he does not propose to be nice spout the road, provided it leads in the end to tbe White House. JC3"The Sandusky Register of the 30th says the grape picking season on Kelly Is land is now at its busiest point. Tbe Is abella is fully ripe too ripe to be pleas ant lot tbe table, and is being gathered for wine. The Catabwa is also ripe, but docs not get the sickish flavor of the Isabella. The crop on the Island is estimated at one thousand tons. Forty tons have gone to the Wine Manufactory Association at Chicago. Breckenridge in Cincinnati. ' The Times (Independent) stale that since the election tbe Breckenridge Dem ocrats are animated by a new born zeal, They hold that Douglas is laid on the shelf, and that the only possible way to defeat Lincoln is for the Democracy to unite on Breckenridge. In Cincinnati nu merous additions to their ranks have been received, among tbe more distinguished, Judge Hilton, of the Probate Court. "The DemocraC a German daily paper is to appear immediately, devoted to the cause of tbe Aational Democracy. Air. Reemelin is the masterspirit of the Breck enridge movement.- Ho is constantly on the move, making speeches, prepari ng doc uments, 'kc -' - Apt Illustration. "The Dimmvkrat party ought to have the American aigle off its banner Ibis election,-' taiU .n honest Patlander tbe other day. . Wby P asked a bystander. "Bakase you see the aigle isn't a double headed burd, and the party is," was tbe answer. -. . - "What would you put in its place, Pal ?" "Two kilkenny cats, bedad. Washington News. WASHINGTON, Oct. 27. Notwithstanding the urgent application for the postponement of the Kansas land sales, the Secretary of the Interior has not regarded it as proper under the exis ting laws, to submit that recommendation to the President with that view, as in Mm nesota. The relief suggested by the Sec retary is that the lauds of pre-cmplors shall not be sold. They will have the ben efit of a twelve months' credit allowed by law for paying for the lands, which then becomes subject to private entry. . J. tie president has made a decision in the case of Gen. Harnev, which will be promulgated to the War Department.- He is regarded as having violated the or ders of Gen. Scott. FTbe Douglas straight electoral tick et in Pennsylvania has been withdrawn, and Col. Forney say's: "That the State of Pennsylvania will go for Liucoln in No vember is certain as fate. Special Notices. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Z. & C. R. Trains leave Millersburg: Express '. .'.5:20 A. M. .12:40 P,3i. V.237P. M. .10:04 I JI. Accommodation --- .... Ajrivc at Jlillersburg: Acoomm.-ulation . . . Express PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. GOING WEST. Fast Express 5:55 A. M. Mail i!:3a J. JI. Exprrss Passenger 6:02 P. JI. GOING EAST. Mall 8:21 A. JI. Fast. Express.-.., ...3:00 P. M. J'.xrcMS I :issonj;er. U:UU I . 31. HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC i)omcopatl)if Ucmcbtcs HAVE now been Wore tlie puMic fur five rear, and have every wlu-re wtin poMon oiiimnua from the ninnr tlioti.santls who lint-cased tlifin. Situiile, free from intrk-ncr. U'clititcalitr. nr dantrm-. tbev have become the rpKnnrr and :iil of the parent, traveler, nurse, or invalid, and hive become the family physician :ml medical adviser, of thousand of f.tmilir . Nowhere have thev been tried without havine been approve!, and their hijrhest appreciation is amnnj; those wno nave Known mem inugr.-a. aoi mst intimately. X. It. A full set of Humphrey's Homeopathic Speci fics, with Hook of Directions, and twentvdiflerent rem edies, in laiye vuil?, morocco ense, "; ditto, in plain esc, f4; case of fifteen boxes, and Book, Single boxes, 25 cents and ouents. These Remedies, be the single box or case, are pent bv mail or express, free of charge to any address on receipt 01 tue price. JiMOress J Jr. . AMI iTl ftiltK 13 V tO So.ii&i Hroadwuv, New-York. SM bv H. YERGIN. Millersburs, Ohio. March 22. KSofl-31 " ETjTereons of edentnnr employments freouentlr experience a dull, ent1ioo in tbe bend, which anAt thtfin for either Lnborarenjovroent. Wilson Headache Pills area certain enre for a fleet ion of this kind. The experience of thonsinda who have nsed them for rrart. attest) their excellence in all complaints arising from a uiimercu sioroacn. They are prepared by IS. I Faiixestock k Co. TCVdcsiW Prnggists nnd proprietors ofB. L. Kahne stock's Xcrmifuge. No. 60, corner of Wood and Fourth Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa- and sold bj n. Yergin and J. K. Rain", and merchants generally. trSAsain another proof that l?omnATK8 noiXAxn BiTTKRSi worthy of recommendation. -Theplnin and uprieht Manr Van Sliedreeht, daugh ter of A' an Dyke, had last sprintr dan;eroas skkneFs, bnt got so faf well that she could leave her bed and be oat of tbe noetora treatment, but kept linserin? on. so that she could pet no appetite, and could not fret strength enough to do her household work, till within a fcw weeks pvt. She used one bottle ot the Bittkks, which, with the help of God, has given her strength, and she ft-el? qnite well; for which her hnsUmd gave me. the un dersigned, his thank, for having recommended the Bit tern for hi wife, and requested me to have the same in serted in the Sheboygan Xienwshode." L. LODGE, Grand.Rapids, Michigan. The above is a literal translation from the last num ber of the Sheboygan Nieuwsbode. " GOING EAST. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, Nov. 1. 1860. Flour 5.50(36.00 Clovereee '.$4,50(330 Buckwheat Hour.ftl.50 Flaxseed gum Rveflour Wcwt. $1,10 Timo'ydo $.$1.75200 Wheal 90(g$1.10 Green Apples 50 Corn 37'4 Dried Apples.. ..87i Oats 20 Dried Peaches... $ J.6l) Kve 51) Smoked Hams...8 Barley 40(ffl6ll Smoked Shoulders.. .6 Butter Smoked Sides 7 Eggs... 13 Dressd Pork $4$.v5 Lard a NEW GROCERY . AND PROVISION STORE. M. FIKE, RESPECTFULLY inform his friends and the public generally that be baa opened A NEW GROCERY STORE, In the room immediately opprwite tbe Coart House. In liin .tork will be found tbe befit of Teas, Coffirt. Sugar of all kind. FUh. Malatv, bait, Juoaecot, Uanatr. Jtawuu, jiiU, - Fmitt of all kind. Choice Wines & Iiquors, FLOUR & MEAL,. Candies, Calces, and Crackers. in large quantifier to nell either wholemle or retail, which he oiTen on tlie noKt reiutonabL terms either for ouh or approved country produce. Don't forget to call at. FIRE'S, opposite the Court House. Boots & Shoes! in town, cheaper fhao ever. COME &. SEE THEM. -jr-QfE ENS WAKE, I ban a larga lot and defy CO in petition. HOOP SKIRTS Something hw than a enr load, from forty ceulu to two dollar. 5 JJ" Or ocerie. of all kind. fj"A (rood article of Sole Leather for 23 ct. V lb, and tbe Terr beet for 2.i eta, J.MULVANE. Sept 13, 1800. n4 NOTIOH TO TOWNSHIP TREASURERS. Township Treasurers are hereby noticed, that the Funds due the several townships are ready to be paid over. They will call immediately and receive the same. JAS. MfFADDKN, Aiij.Wth, lSWnl. . - County Treasurer. THE TRADE OPEN! J.CHERliYHOLMES, ' I now receiving his " , FALL SUPPLY ' MERCHANDISE, which is the largest stock erer brought to this place, madia Tom can find at THE CHEAP STORE J. CHERRRYHOLMES, Great Barga in s ii . i ' ZDHTLH: JSS GOODS ! CHEERYHOLMKS lias GOOD BLACK SILK AT '.. - AT 75 CENTS PER YARD CIIERUYHOLMES La Sr&&"Btr.SOa&S' AT From 15 Cents to $2,00 per Yard I. .. CHERRYHuLMES has . ALL-WOOL DE LAINES AT FK0M31 to 50 CENTS PER YARD. CHERRYHOLMES Las The Largest Lot of SHAWLS in Town. ' And Very Cl;e.ip. Stella Shawls for 1,50 to 3,00. ' CHERRYHOLMES Las . , wrtte'goods of all kinds JACONETS, E'ljjiugs, Iu.-rtinjrs and White Flouncing of all kinls. CHERRYHOHMES h.is A Big Lot of DRESS TRIMMINGS Cheap Velvet Uil&on in ljre quantities. GLOYES. HOSIERY. HOODS fc COill'ORTS, At Low Prices. Cherrytolincs Las great bargains in QUEESFS.WAIIE. RoUiil direct from, the importer, without bn.-a.inj packages. It will par yon to break up Tour old dishes and buy new ones, CHEAP. - WOOLEN GOODS, In large qnantilies at CHERRYHOL3IE3' READ! READ! READ! - Cloth. CaMfmere. Vesting Orercnntin. Tweeds, &c, iu large quantities and at extra low prices. jKCTrrne has secured the Mirices of a rood and n e.periene -d TAILOR, to make C,othing.gi Am9, &&XI69. Boots, Shoes. Leather and Groe.rct of all Umls. JACOU CHEKRVHOLJIKS. Sept. G, 181:0 v5n3 - TV. I. EIX1SOX. M. B. Ds SUVA. ELLISON & De SILVA, rnorRiEToRs of tdb Ellison House, . Jackson Stree MILLERSBURG, OHIO. LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER! Patronize your own Yards. New Lumber Yard just opened in Jnillersbnrg, SEAR TBE RAILROAD LASD1XQ, WHERE YOIT CAN ALWAYS ET at Cleveland prices, freight to this alaee added,) all sorta of PINE AND POPLAR LUMBER, Shingles and Plastering Laths, MATCHED FLOORING & SIDING, Sash, and Doors, Einlirnrinx all the varieties npnally fonmt in LiinilWr Yanls elsewhere. "We ak the puhlie pntrnna, prnmfe inpth.it titer fthnll be fairly dealt with. Our present aaurtment is very fTol. hut we expect to made addition it from lay to day, as the wants of the country are mincrstnou. GIVE US A CALL. JAMES Hl'LL. March 2D, 1860. It. W. EX OS BBICK! BRICK! TICE undersigned respectfully inform the public that they have now ready for delivery at their jard, ."i of mile north of Millersuurg, a large lot of EXCELLENT BRICK. They are constantly manufacturing and therefore can supply any quantity that may he called for. J. r. niujiA.N. Aug. S. 1R50 iOtf CHARLES SCHROEnER NEW BOOT g SHOE SHOP ONE door Went from J. Mnlrane'i ptore, in the ro in formerly occupied as Pout oiticc, where the under signed fs prepared to do all kinds of work in bis line, es pecially Fine City Sewed Work. in nurh a nmnncr as not to be escelhMl wet of the Allc irhenies. EVWOKK WAKltAMKlh and done on rca- sonabl teriuiu REPAIRING done neat and oa short niitice. B I have on hand, as agent, a lot of home made and eastern Boots and Shoes which for Teady pay 1 will RMion suen terms .dm yon cannot tail to bur. riease try me once, nnd call soon. . . 11.' J1UL1 Ju!y2fi, JfWO 4tf , SILK NETS UTTIE G1RIS and bngrle ones for the ' larKer ones, just received at the 1IOOR STOKE. ROAD NOTICE. NOTICE hi hereby given that a petition will be pre sented to the Commissioners of Holmes county, O., at their next session, to be held at the And I tor's office of said Holmes ennntv, on the first Mundnr of Jteeeinher, A. 1. 1SOO. at 1 o'clock Y. II. of said day. nrarinv for tbe establishment of a county road, to commence on the Bolivar road at the south east corner of the smith-west quarter of section number tweuty-eiht, township num ber fifteen, range number twelre in Urrcek township, in said Holmes county, thence trun east on the section line, or as near therto as a good road can be made, until said road shall intersect the pnblic road between Middle town, in said Holmes county, and Muysville. in Wayne county, and there to t"p. a rcimucn. r uiiaAiU KUAD Sept. 18, 1860-6w4. Administrator's Notice. "VTOTICE is hereby ffirea that the nndenifrned has this 1 Hay leen sjtpointed and qtm lifted as administrator of the entat of Thomas DnwelL deel, late of Holmes county. Ohio. WIU.UM l0Vf;i. Adm'r. Oct. 13tJtitW. ' FpjTlS TO SAY I ifwl mm' im k c- i W "jjp j At .Vashrille, Hi re mw"ece'vH9 i ifj t,ieir . 1 L j Nrir Goods, tfWf) Ifi - For Fan lintel tn.dseon- B -fK i sist'n? ot 1r? ,;oli. Bootf S Wi fi ' i hes, Hardware, &c W Ayer'sSarsaparilla A compound remedy, designed to be the most effectual Altemtne that can be made: It is a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla, so combined with other substances of still greater alterative power to afford an effec tive antidote for the dux-nscs Sarsaparilla is reputed to cure. , It is Klicved that such a remedy is wanted by those who suftr from Strumous comjilninfcs and that one which will accomplish their euro must prove of immense service to thU larje class of our alBicted kllow- citizens. How completely this compound will do it has boon proven by experiment on many of the worst cases to be found of the following complaints; Scnorcu Axn Scnorn.ocs CoMr-iAnrrs, Eui'rrios asd Euittive Diseases, Ticers, Pimmx. IIlotches, Tcmous. S.vit Hiieum, scai.i Head, bvrmr.is and hvrmuTic Af fections, Mf.kci'kiat. Disease. Duopst, Nev it.ii.niA or Tic Doclockecx, Deiulitt. Dts- rersii and IxmoEsTiox, Ekvsipf.i.as, Rosb or St. Axtiiont's Finn, and indeed the whole class of complaints arising from Impcuitv of the lii.oon. HiU compound will be found a great pro moter of health, when taken in the spring, to expel the foul humors which fester in tlie blood at that season of the year. By the timer ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders are nipped in tlie bud. Multitudes can, by tlie aid of this remedy, spare themselves from the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous sores, through winch the system will strive to rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do this through the natural channels of the body by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through the skm m pimples, eruptions, or sores; cleanse it when you rind it is ob structed nnd sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell you when. Even where no particular disorder is felt, people enjoy better health, and live longer, for cleansing' the blood. Jveep the blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this pabulum of life disordered, there can be no lfiefintr lif-ll til Snnnn. nr Infni- etmntliintv must go wrong, and the great machinery of life is disordered or overthrown. Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the reputation of accomplishing these ends. But the world has been egregiously deceived by preparations of it, partly because the drug alone has not all the virtue that is claimed for it, but more because many preparations, pretending to be concentrated extracts of it, contain lint little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla, or any thing else. Dining lnte years ihe public have been mis led by large lmttles, pri-leiiding to give a quart of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most of these liave b.-iu frauds upon the sick, for tlicy not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa rilla, but often no curalive properties whatev er. Hence, bitter nnd painful disappointment has followed the use of the various extracts of Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the name itself is justly despised, and has become synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still wc call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the name from the load of obloquy which rests upon it. And we think we have ground for believing it has virtues which are irresistible by tlie ordinary run of the diseases it is intend ed to cure. In order to secure their complete eradication from the system, the remedy should be judiciously taken according to directions on the bottle. PREPARED BY Dlt. J. C. AVER & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Price, $ 1 per Bottle Six Bottles for $3. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has won for itself sucli a rcnomt for the cure of every variety of Threat and Lung Complaint, that it is cut ae iy unnecessary for us to recount the evidi'iu'C of'iU virtue, wherever it has been em ployed. - A it has long been in constant nse throughout this soot ion. wc need not do more than assure tlie people its quality is kept up to the best it ever In leen, nnd that it may he relied on to do for tueir rehet all it has ever been found to do. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, FOB. TSE CrjUE OP Costircnnx, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Dysentery, J'uiil Stomach, Erysij)elas, Headache, Piles, Ithcitinatism, Eruptions ami Skin Diseases, Liver Comphiint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and Salt llhenm, Mrormt, (Innt, Neuralgia, as a Dinner nil, and for Purifying the Blood. Tlicy are siifrar-enatcil, so that the most sens! five can take them plon:tntly, and tlicy are the hest aperient iu the world for all the purposes of a family physic. .Prba 25 centa par Eoi ; Fivo hax3s for S1.00. Great nnmlMT orClcrijvinon, Fhvsirians, States men, and eminent personages, hive lent their names to i-crtify the unparalleled usefulness of these remedies '"it nur spare hero will not permit the insertion of thrm. The Agents below named fur nish irraiisonr AMi:itn;AN Almanac in which they arc given ; with also full descriptions of the almre complaints, and the treatment that should be fol lowed tor their cure. Bo not be put olf liy unprincipled dealers with other preparations they make more profit on. Demand Avku's, aud take no others. The sick want the best aid there is for them, and they should have it. All our remedies are for sale by H. YERGIN and J. K. RAIFF, Millersburg, Ohio. AOT. 1. IWSO II HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA- A Benevolent Iwiilidion established by special En dotnnnd, for Vie Ilclvf. of the. Sick and Dis tressed, afflicted teith Virulent and Epi demic Diseases, and especially for tlie Cure of Diseases' of the Scrnal Orqans. MEDIC Ali ADVICE given gratis, hy the Act iuir Snrceon. to all who applr bv letter, with n de scription of their condition, fare, o-cunation. habits of life, fcc) and in eases of extreme poverty, Medicines fumithcd Tree or charge. VALUABLE REPORTS on Snermab'rboea. and oh er IHeascof the Sexaft.IOrgans.aoti on the jfcjW REMEDIES employed in the nisi-nf;iry. sei.t u me niiiicieii in sou lea letter envelopes, tree ot ciuuge. Two or t.iiee Stamps for postage will lie acceptable. Address Dr. J. SKII.I.I.N" llOIUIITON. Artinjr Sur jreon, Howard Association. No. 2 South Ninth Street, f hilauelptna, J a. By order of me nirect .rs. KZKA D.AARTWELL, Prest. Ceo. F.inrnii.l,Scc'y. Oct. IX, 1HM). MATHEWS' Celebrated Venetian To be used either with or without acconpanrtng Preparation. THIS is confitVntly recommended as the bei of its chum. Of all LI air Djpr yet invented, it is The Chen pest; Krtcb bottle containing doublo the quantity ftf coloring material put np by nnr other maker, while It ia sold at Only ON K-HALF TIIK I'SITAL PltlCS. It .8 THE SAFEST, As will not Injure the texture or impair the rloss of t he most delicate hair. It does not cause that drr. shrivel ed appearance so commonly produced by other articles. It is The Most Convenient. TFbere used without the nrepamtion it is nut nn In ONE BOTTLE ONLY, thus avoiding the inconvenience of several liquid, requiring great care for ibeir success ful use. Ur when nn instantaneous color is required, it may be nsed with tbe preparation; the directions for which are simple and easily followed. It affords TOE GREATEST TAR1ETI ATD BEAI TI M COLOR ol any hnir dye in nsa. Any shade, from a light browa to a jet'black, may be obtained at witL Grat hahr may be restored to its original color and red or light hair may he made In match any dark shade. The color pro duced Is as permanent a the hair itself it will notrADK. wash orr o crock; and the hair retains its soft and natural appearance. Ample directions aeconipoor each bottle. PRICE. BO GENTS ' For sale at the Book Store, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. Sept. 6, 18803 THE INDIAN -A-GrTJE CTTR-E! AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY for the preven tion and cure of - FEVER & AGUE, Dumb Ague. Chill fever. Billions Fever, and all outer Jorms of Intermittent and Remittent revert CAUSED HV MIASMA OK MALARIA. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Dr. M. K. HARD'S MAGIC LJMMENT! FUKEXl'EIINAL I'WE Sprains.BrulseHead ache. Toothache, Sore Throat, Neuralgia, Cramps, Huraa, tame Hack or Bides, Pain in the Hreast. and all other Complaints on Man or Beast, usually treated with this class of llomedies. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. XcIiEAX'S STRENGTHENING PURIFIER. Before taking. ' iftrr takin. The Grvntrxt Remedy orrr known. This cor dial is distilled from a herrv known onlr to mrself. aud chemically combined with some of the "most ralua ble medicinal roots heHo and larks known to the mind of man. tux Blood Root. Black Root, Wild Cherrr Bark, Yellow Dock, Dandelion. Sarsaparilla. Klrier Flowers, with others producing the moft infalliMe rem edy for the restoration of bialth ever known. It is na tures own remedy, curing disease hr natnral laws. Wen taken, its irittnence is felt censing; thron-rh everr Tin of tlie body, puiifyina; ami accelcrat;nsr the circu lation of the blood. It centralises any bilious matter in the stonaaeh, ana strengthens tbe whole organization. McLean's Strenslhoning Cordial, TTill efiectnaHv care Liver tnnjilauil. Dyspcptia, Jaundice, Chronic or Xcrvont Df bil'Ujt, iJixirxe of the. Aid ntyf end afl Dincatrt arising from a duordcrtxi Liv er os Stomach, Ilcartl nrn, Inward Pile. Aciditr or Siekne of the Stomach. Knllness of ltlood to the Head, iMill Tain or Swiuuuinf; in the Head. 1'alpitaiion nf the Heart, Full ness or Weight in the Stomach. Soar Krnctations, Cboatrinr orSnUacatinff Feeling when Winp down, lrv ness or Yrllowncss of the Skin and Eyes. Night Sweat. Inward Fevers, Pain in the Small of the Bark, Chest or Side, $adlen Flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, Frightful Dreams, Languor, Despondency or any Xer vons Disease. Son-n or Blotches on the Skin, and Ferer and Apne. (orChills and Fever). It will also cure dis eases of the Bladder and Womb, snch as Seminal Weak ness, Incontinence ol tbe Crine, Stranuarr. Inflamnia tiunor Weakness of the Womb or Bladder. Whites. Ac. There is no Mistake about It. This Cardial will never fail to enre any nf the above diseases, if taken as per directions oa each bottle, in Gtfruao, Knglish aud French. OVER A BULLION OF BOTTLES Have been sold darinjr the last six months, ami in no instance has it tailed in girin entire ftatiffactinn. Who, then, will snOcr from weakness or dehilitv, when Sic Lean's Strengthening Cordial will enre yon? TO THE IjADIES. Do yon wi.-'h to be healthy and (trone? Then go at once, and get wimoof Mel-ensCrdinL It will strength en and invornte your who4e ttyntera, causing a heallhr and pare circulation of Mood to iloiv through every vein, and the rich, rosy bloom of health to niouut jour ctieek atiit. ery buttle is wajranted to give KtUsfactinn. ' ' FOR CHILDREN. We say to parents, if your children are sickly, pnny. or afflicted with enmplalnts prevalent among children, give tbem a small qunntity of SIcLean's t'onluil. and it will make them healthy, fat. and robust. Delay not a moment, try it. and you will be convinced. It is Delicious to Take. CattiOX. Beware of druggist or dealers who may tonalin noon tou some Bitter or Sarsaparilla trasli. whirh they can buy cheap, by saying it is just as good. Avoid such men. Auk for UcJean's Strengthening Cor dial, and take nothing else. It is the only remedy that will purify the blood thoroughly, and at the same time strengthen the system. One taldespoonfnl taken everr morning fasting, is a certain preventive lor ttioiera, mills and rever, iel low Fever, or any prevalent disease. It is put up in large bottles. Price only $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. J. H. McLEAN". Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. Principal Depot on th corner of Third and Pine Sts St. Louis, Mo. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. The Lett Liniment in Ute World. The oxlt safe ami certain cure for Cancers, Piles, Tu mors, Swelling, and Hrouchele or GcitM, Pandyis, Neuralgia, Weakness of th Muscles. Chronic orln llnnimatory Rheumatism, 'Stiffocs of the Joints, Con tracted Muscles or Ligaments. Earache, JIruiws.SpTains. Wound., Fresh Cuts. I leers, Fever Sores, Caked Breasts Sore Nipples, Burnn, Scalds, Sore Throat, or any in flammation or Pain, no diderence how Revere, or how long the disease may have exited. McLkas's Ckle bkateo Lixivk.vt fs a corfaiin remedy. ThonKindsof huoian leings have been saved a life of decrepitude and misery by the use of this invaluub'c medicine. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment Will relieve pcin almost instant? neon sly, and it will cleanse, put if y. and heal the foulest sores in an incredi bly short time. For Horses and other Animguls. McLean's celebrated Liniment is the only safe and re liable remedy for the cure of .Spavin. King Bone, Wind galls. Splints. Unnatural Lums, Nodes "or Swellings. It will never fail to cure Big llenl, Poll-avtl. Fistula. Old Running Sores, or Sweeny, if properly applied. For Sprains, Bruises, Semtelus."Cracked Heels, Chaies.Sad dle or Collar Galls, Cuts. Sores or Wounds, it is an infal lible remedy. Apply it as directed, aud cure is certain in every instance. Then tritle no Irngcr with the ninny worthless Lini ments olTered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's cclehrabted Liniment. It will cure you. J. II. McLEAX, Sole Proprietor. Corner of. Third and Pine Sts., St. Louis, Mo. II. Yfc.lt GIN, A sent, MILLERSLURG, OHIO. Julv 12, ISO). v4n47 USE TTAZTtF,TTS Rheumatic Liniment. IOR Colic. For Hiarrliea, , For Cholera Morius, For'rainps, For Sprains, For Bruises. For Hbeumatism. For Pains and Aches, For Neuralgia, For Toothache, Internally and externally. For man and beast, Use IlazletCs Liniment. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Are you Bilious? , Do yoo need a Physic, Take' the best. Take IlazletCs Cathartic Liver Pilh. FORSALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Have you .Ague or Fever? Have jon Headache? Hare too lost your Appetite? Does your back or bones ache? Are you sick? . Tale HazletUt Catiartic Liver Pilh. Are yo Bilious? Do yon need a Phvslc? Take the Best, Tale HaxtetCs Cathartic Liver Pills. FOR SALE AT THE HOOK STORE. Von JInmbolt's German Bitters, For Dyspepsia, For Sick Headache. For Fever and Ague, For Janad.ce. For Low Spmts, For Pcbilftv. For Weak Females For Oppression of the Stomach, f or J nijii winoai i ncrb For Weak Nerves, Use Von IlumboU's Celebrated German Hitters. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Aug9,lS0O v4u'l. o1 ct-bv. k-U 5V PILLS'X X netor bllin; Antidols Sick IIrl. ab Pysrcpsia, icrer ana Agar, i Liver Complaint, CosUtvdcm, t 0 BUtonsness, KenralgU, Colic, 1 tf Depraved Arpstlte, Insor a V 4end Stomach, Female Obstractinos ir. Se&d the tMtimony of GOT, Wnwi Pnu are a sa ami mt a.i nmi7f AVsmtt tV ConitrpatKm.; and affections of tba Digestivo Organ. For Hwulacho they hate prorea um- Isslrea a sparine j Boad tht tMtlmony of GOV. KXRG, Ala. I would not bs without Wilson PUIs Ibrany prke. For Indication and Head-J acha, 1 olrWa a Pill and take the aal$ i gircl ImiMdiate reHet" Sold by DrngfeUU ft evtrywharo. rRKPARKU ir B. L. TAHTTESTOCK & CO. Importers L Wholesale Druggists Ho. 60, ooruer Wood and 4th Sta. rITTS8URQrlv PA. i B. L Fahnestook's Vermifuge. 0 Sold bj U. YLRGM and;J. K. RAIFf. CORDIAL TO BLOOD X - 1 f . .1 I A MIllHRSB VRGf OHIO. Aug. 30, llW,-Tftn3, y 3 HEAR WHAT THE PZ0FL SAt. ' The nndersijrned harlntr ued Professor HCIPIlUTS SPECIFIC HOMOEOPATHIC REMKUliuS Id our lamUles with the most satisfactory results, and having full con. dence in their genuineness, purity, and efficacy, cheerfnlry recommend them to all persona who wish to bare safe, re liable, and efficacious remedies at band for private or do mestic use. The Rct. Wm. HosmeT, elitor of "The Northern Inde pendent," Auhnrn, N. Y.; the Rev. K. If. Crewer, D.D., Rector of St. Petoc's Church, Auburn, N. T. ; the Rev. a L Ives, Chaplain of the Auburn State Prison; fhe Rev. Bpenoer M. Rice, Rector, New-Beilforu Ma. ; the Rev. Allen Steele, New-York Conference ; . tlie Rev. Samuel Nichols, East-Oenesee Conference, N. T. ; the Iter. P. 8. Pratt, Dtmet, Vl ; the Rev. John K. Rohie, BuJalo ; A. C. Hart, Esq., Utica, N. Y ; the Hon. Neal Dow, Portland, Me. ; the Hon. Schuyler CotTax, South-Ben.L Imi. ; tlie Hon. Georpe Humphreys, N. Y. ; Henry D. Cook, Ksn.-, Editor of The Ohio State Jonrnal, Columbus, Ohio; tle Hon. R. H. Graham, Moltne, III. ; the Hon. Thotuaa J. Chase, Monti eHIo, Fla.; the Hon. Joseph Bene Met, I'tica, r. Y.; Wau Bristol, Esfl., Utica, N. Y. ; A. & Pond, Esq., CUca, N. Y. ; James Plankett, Esq., Nashville, Tenn. LIST OP SPECIFIC REMEDIED No. L For Fever, Congestion, and Inflammation. No. 4 For Worm Fever, Worm Colic, Wetting the Bed. No. H. For Colic, Crying, Teetldng, and Wakefulness of Infants. No. 4. For Diarrhea, Cholera Infantum, and Summer Complaints. So. 5. For Colic, Griping, Dysentery, or Bloody FkKt N& 6. For Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Vomiting. No. T. For Coughs, Colds, Influenza, anl Sore Throat. No. 8. For Tooth-ache, Pace-ache, and Neuralca. No, 9. For Headache, Vertigo, Heat and Vullneas of the Head. No. 1t. Dtspwps! Pills For Weak and Deranged Stomach, Constipation, and Liver Complaint. No. 11. Foa FroaisK IaaEoiTLiftmss, Scanty, Paiafid, or Suppressed Periods. No. 13. For Leueorrhea, Profuse llcnses, and Bearlof Down of Females. No. 13. For Croup, Hoarse Conjrh, Dad Breathing. No. 14. Salt Rubum Pills For Erysipelas, Eruptions, Pimples on the Face. No. li RttsTMATic Ptlia For Fain, Lameness, or Sore ness in the Chest, Back, Loins, or Limbs. A. For Ferer and Ane, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Old Mismanaged Agnes. P. For Piles, Blind or BTeedin?, Internal or External. . 0. For Sore, Weak, or Inflamed Eyes and Eyelids; Fall ing, Weak, or Blurred Sight, C For Cttarrh, of lone landing or recent, either wiCi hiit ruction or profuse ilij'tharjre. W. C For Wiioopiiis Cough, abating its Tielence anl mrtertiiiir its course. Iu all acute diseases, such as Fevers, Inflammations, Diarrliira, Dysentery, Croup, Rlieumatism. and such erup tive diseases' as lcn"rh-t Fever, Measles, and Errsij elas, the advantage of civin? the pm,er remedies promptly is ob vioos, anrf m all such cases the specifics act like a charm. Tbe entire uwease is often arrvsteU at once, and in all oases the violence of tlie attack is moderated, the disease short eneo, and rendered less daiiperons. Cou-'hs and CWs, wldt-h areof such frequent occurrence, and id-h so often l?.r the fonndation of dtseied lungs, bronchitis and coitmuuptiuii, may ad be at once cured by the Fever ai.d Cittih Piiis. In all 4'hronic diseases, such as Dyspepsia, Weak Stomach, Constipation, Uvcr Complaints, Piles, Female Debility, and Irrernlarttiet, old Heailaches, Son or Weak Eyes, Catarrh, Suit Rheum, and other old eruptions, the case has specifics whse iroer application a HI afford a cure In almost every instance. Often the cure of a single chronic difficulty, such as Dysplasia, piles or Catarrh, Headache or Female Weak ecs,' has more than paid for the case ten times over. PRICE. ' Cne of 2ft vinls complete, tn morocco, and Book .$9 Case of tf) vials, aud Book, plain. 4 Ctise of 1.1 numbered boxes, and Bonk. S Case of 6 boxes, numbered, and Book........ .'. 1 rNiie numbered boxes, with directions. ...25 cents. rtnpie lettered boxes, with directions. .53 cents. Iarge case of 2 uz. vials, for planters and physicians .$15 ALSO SPECIFICS. For Asms a ok Pirrnkuc. Oppressed, Difficult, Labored Breathing, attemleil with Cough and Expectoration. Price, 50 cents per box. For Kak DisrajRcts axd TtvATXtss. Discharges from the Ear, the result of Scarlet Fever, Measles, or Mercurials. Fur Noises in the Head, Hardatss or Hearing, and Ringing in the Ears, and Ear-ache. Price, 50 cents per box. Foa Pco rL-. Eiiiarped Glands, Enlarged and Indurat ed Tonsils, Sn eliin.cs and Old Ulcers, Scrofulous Cachexy of Children. Price, ft cents per box. For Gkxgral Dkbij.ttv. Physical or Nervous Weakness. Either the result of Sickness, Excessive Medication, er Ex hanstiiig Discharges. Price, 50 cents per box. For Dkopsv. Fluid Accumulations, Tumid Swellings, witt Scantv itocretions. iMee, iV) cents per box. Fur Ses-S.ckxrsss. Deathly Sickness, Vertigo, Nausea, Tomitinp. Sickness from riIing cr motion. Price, 50 cents per box. For I'risarv Dkcases. For Gravel, Renal Calculi, Diffi cult, IVuifid Urination, Diseases of the Kidneys. Price; 50 cents per box. For 8::mixal T.ytisiox. Involuntary Discharges and Consequent Prostration and Debility, Bad Results of Evil Habits. The most successful aud edicient remedy known, and may be relied upon as a cure. Price, with full direc tions, per box. Persons who wish to place themselves under the profes iional care, or to seek advice of Prof. Homphrktr, can do so, at his iBce Stti l;roadway, daily from S A.M. to S P.M. or by letter. 0IR RniEDTES BY MAIL. Look over tlie lint; make up a case of what kind you choose, and inclose the amount in a current note or tamps bv mail to our address, at No. MS Broadway, New-York, and the medicine will be duly returned by mail or express, free of chanre. AGENTS WANTED. We desire an active, efficient Agent for the sale of our Remedies tn everr trn or community hi the United States. Address Dr. F. HUMPHREYS A Co. Xol 562 Broadway, Nsw-yoe. ' AGENTS. H. YERGIX. ilii1irshi!rff. WM. RKERBOWER. Frclericlcsbiirg. A. GARDKXER. flt.HciHr; Marth 15,186 30 BCERHAVE'S HOUASD BITTERS roa DYSPEPSIA, Liver Complaint, fever and Ague, &c. The successtfiil intnylaction and to. oX this eeVbratrf Benwdy has been tbe signal fur a literal tlnoti of compecrada railed "Bitters,"' offered in Tarnins Hrtns. from a quart bottle to a are gallon kes, until this word Bitters " is but another naoie fcir grog," or soine Tillaiuous whiskey mix ture, m But the really (treat relief derived from the nunuta dose, on teaspoooiuX of our medieiue, BCERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS, Jnd tht entirt absence rf after prostration, has established for it a repntatkm which the host of imitations and terfeita ban failed to mndermine. It is piaitiTely a Vege table preparation, with barely sufficient pure spirits to preserve it. But one tiie of the genuine, (Half Pint EoUIes.) prka One Dollar. It is a, medicine of long tried efficacy for Purifying the Blood, so essential for the foundation of good health and for correcting disorders of the stomach and bowels. Two- or three doses will convince the afflicted ef its salutary effects. The stomach will speedily regain its strength, a healthy action of the liver, bowels and kidneys will soon take place, and renewed health be the qnick result. For Indigestion, Try Bffrhave'i Holland Bitten. For Heartburn, Try Bcf rhave'j Holland Bitten. For Acidity, Try Bffrkare's Holland Bitters. For Waterbrash, Try Brcrbare's Holland Bitters. For Headache, Try Bffrhave's Holland Bitters. For Loss of Appetite, Try Bffrhare'i Holland Bitten. For Oootiveness, Try Bttrbare'i Holland Bitten. For Piles, Try BsrhaTe'i Holland Bitten. In all Nervous, Rheumatic and Neuralgic Affee tions, it has in nuaMronl instances proved highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided enre. BEAD CAREFULLY- The genuine highly rouceotrateJ lterbavrt Holland Bitten fa put up in baHiui otU only, and nU,li. One Dollar per bottle. The peat demand this truly eetobratMl UudHne has induced many imitation, whiea the public should guard against purchasing. Btwanof Impontimt See tltat aur msnu is m Iks labd Hf tray IxUk yo (jr- BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO. SOLS PROPRIETORS, PITTSBVRGII. PA. SoldbjH . Vermin and J. K. RaiiT, MIILERSEURG.OMO.. SeptemVr 20. ISCIf. DisoLunoir. THE copartncrliip horrtfiro rxiHtin?nnW hf nnnm andniylaot Wwtoo Jt SKi0lfr. in thitar li"'i.TrJ bv mutuai cunseut; Mr. ii;lf r rr tiring from tb nm ctrn. H. S. Wenttn in aathorbotj t c-jllfrt .11 Hv9 t tl firm of Westoni SiwngK-r an.l tnr nil tiehtt of tli m?. WESTON' ek SPAN'Ul.KK. Uillenibur, July 34, IS60. LOST. QX the 20th .f Anrt. a One Detarlied Lmr Mnntlnj Case Silrer Watrh. tn it.i.o nliit, said ateh atht le.int it at the Jeweirr Store M C. U l ook. Millersbura;, or with the nani-e. s'hill be snjM rewarded. r. W.WARNKK. !pt. , W. , j.