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Throughout the State of New York few Autumns have been so peculiar in regard to the weather as the present. The month of September was full of promise in the earlier part, as from the absence of frost the corn was generally cut and set up in the field in a ver m& condition, so far as ripening was concerned. Ntf killing frost occurred over .the greater . portion of the State, until nearly the last days of the month. rom about the 20th, lb wextb er became changeable, and since then pre Tailing condition has been that of wet. few remember so bad a fall for securing the crops as we had up to Oct. 20, and uo less we have a remarkable dry and warm November, a great loss will ensue in the destruction of the latter narrest. The potato crop is so near a total fail uro already that it may be practically coun ted trat, notwithstanding the magniilent vield which was everywhere apparent month since. Over more than . oue- half of the State, which we have personally exam ined, there is not a sinsrle acre tnat lias yielded fifty bushels of sound tubers; and in coversRtwn witu farmers I rom an s"c tions of the Stale, the same testimony has been elicited from each locality. It is probable that nearly one-half of the greund planted will not be dug, so entirely has the tuber been destroyed by the rot. The number of acres planted in 1854 was 220,575,yiekling 15,161,852 bushels. There has been planted not lessilian 300, 000 ocres this year, from the fact that for the past two years the crop bas not been materially anected, and when it can be re lied on it is always a favorite one with all classes of farmers. The average yield in 1 854 was about 70 bushels per acre. The yield this year would have exceeded 100 bushels, giving a crop of not far from 30, 000,000 of bushels. The rot bas reduced this at least three-quarters, and this will be seriously felt upon the corn and oat crops before next spring. The corn crop is suffering from this con tinued damp weather, but still, should cold weather set in earlier, it will be saved in fair condition. The yield is large, and from the large broad th planted last Spring, we judge that the crop will not tiill suort of sixty millions of bushels. There will be forage enough and to spare, with only our present number of slock to winter, though the indications are favorable to a long, hard Winter. Probably there has been year no when so uany cattle and sheep will lie stall-fed as will be during the coining Winter, farm ers are adopting that course to dispose of their large corn crop, and to work up tbeir stalks and straw to advantage. .Notwith standing the prolonged favorable dairy season, the stock of butter and cheese held in the couutry is very light as compared with last year. The lesson taught the farm ers by tbeir experience bas not been lost ; and as prices have ruled fair during the season stocks nave not been allowed to Accumulate. A change of weather from wet to dry will be acceptable, and help forwrrd much work that will otherwise be thrown over to Spring. The question of the average yield of wheat in Miunesota curio under discussion at a meeting of a farmer Club, held at Saint Paul, a few weeks since, and we learn that after a through interchange of views of the fanners from various portions of the State, it was decided that the average jield of wheat in Minnesota for 1860 will be 28 bushels to the acre. If this no mis take, the wheat-growers must reap a very hadsoine profiit, something like $20 an acre, we judge, for by the aid of the im proved machinery so generally in use throughout the North-West, it probably costs the farmer only from 30 to 40 cents per bushel to raise so large a crop in a favorable season like this. A contempo rary estimates the wheat crop of Minnesota this year at 6,000,000 bushels, but we doubt the accuracy of the compulation. Next week we will give some interesting statistics of the actual yield, of the State. The liberal average estimates of an Illi nois correspondent are criticised by one of his neighbors, who wriles to us after this wise: "Your correspondent stated the ave rage of our wheat crop to be 40 bushels per acre. There are, certainly, fields that yield this quantity, but as many or more that fall below 20 bushels, which would bring the average much below 40 bushels, especially in McDonough County ," ' The Ohio Cultivator says that one of its sub scribers in Park County, Indiana, sends the following statement of wheat crop growing in that county : - I have three acres of wheat that yields C4 bushels and 10Bs per acre, which I have already tested and know it to he so. I also have about twenty-seven acres that will, I am fully satisfied, make an everage of 40 bushels per acre. The agricultural editors of Michigan and Wisconsin are well by the ears in regard to the statement by . The Michigan Far mer, that the crop-estimates of the Wis consin Committee were great exaggera tions. The Wisconsin Farmer stoutly maintains that yield of wheat in that Stale will come up to 25,000,000 bushels, and says. - - "The reports from every locality in the State go continually to confirm the enor mous yeild of the present crop. They range from twenty-five to fifty bushels per acre. - We have talked with a great many threshers, all of whom put the yield at from fifty to seventy five per cent higher lLan any previous year." The editor thinks that no sane man should ever try to raise Winter-wheat in Wisconsin, on account of the precarious nature of the crop. But, be remarks: . . .. x'. ' "Let those who would raise good crops of Spring wheat every year subsoil-plow their fields, say sixteen inches to twenty inches deep, to counteract the effect of our dry seasons, and it will effectually do it no mistake. Then, to prevent exhaustion, invariably sow clover with every crop, and pasture it with sheep during the Fall and Sprng, before plowing for hoed crops, and also return all the-manure made of the straw, corn and cornstalks to it, and it will not exhaust very fast." The State Journal, discussing the same question, says in relation to the now fa mous report of the State Committee that it "was made before harvest, and was bass edupon an avrage of 21 bushels to the acre. Our gra n is now harvested, and considerable of it tbrasbed ; and in no in stance da we bear of a piece that does not exceed in its yield any estimate that was put upon it before harvest. The general result is, from five to ten bushels to the acre morn than was anticipated.' From all wa can gether of the yield, we must con clude that the estimate of the Committee referred to must be at least 8,000,000 ' of bushels less than will be .the actual crop wheat in Wisconsin lor 186a; Tktrty millions of bushels of wheat is s large amount, as large it is, bas been vouch safed to as this year beyond all qestion and if our Michigan friend does not be lieve it, he has onely to cross oveT the lake, and to consult with our inteligent, thrifty and happy farmers, to be convinced of its truth, if be will attend our state r air, we apprehend he will not again underrate the importance of our State, but will admit; that Wisconsin bas indeed, grown a very superior and abundant crop. "Our excellent crop this year is not con fined to wheat. Corn, oats, barley, and indeed everything is equally large. There bas been no failure, or even moderate crop. Ail are above avarage. 'Abroad, the weather had improved at last advices, and every possible haste was being made to house such of the outstand ing crop as was in tolerable condition. Doubtless our readers know that the Coun ty of Kent is almost a continuous hop garden, and that some of the finest sou in the United Kingdom lies within its bound aries. The South Eastern Gazette, journal of tbo county, just received, nays: "Ibe bop-picking in most places in itai: country will be brought to an end by the close of the week. Many planters have already finished, and a considerable num ber of grounds will not be picked at all, .1 i..: n ii mere vewg a eeruuniy luai, luey wuu iu not pay for the labor. We are informed, indeed, that a portion of the hops which have been dried and sent to the market are almost worthless, rubbing to dust if pressed between the lingers, and wholly unfit for the use of the brewer, so that the factors will not undertake to dispose of of them. This is especially the care with the Goidings, which seem this season to have suffered more than any olhe kinds. 2 here are one or to districts however, bow ever, which are stated to have produced tome good samples though these are ex ceptions to the prevailing rule Ibis year everywhere. In Sussex and Surrey, the picking generally is nearrly completed, and tbe complaint is general tbat the quantity bas by no means come up to the low esti mate which was formed of the yield while the poles were still standing. In Worces ter, the picking is now carried on as rap idly as possible but the complaints are general that tbe new growth weigh lighter than expected. The market articles of The Mark Lane Express remarks: "The weather having continued fiuo throughout he week, a great deal of corn which was in jeopardy has been secured, some of it in tolerably fair order. Thero many localities however, where the har vest is still incomplete, and much of the second crop of grass has perished. The prospect of the nation in respect of cereals Las not much improved and our necessities have proportionately dimisbed. We can not as yet though, congratulate the coun try upon having gathered an average crop of Wheat; while the quality is much be low that rate some of the new samples sent to the London and other markets be ing quite unfit for the mill. Tbe conse quence bas been an unusnal drain upon the grainaries here say, by ship aud rail, at the rate of 50,000 to 00,000 qrs. per week. 25,000 qrs. have been sent by the Eastern Counties Railway alone in that time. Nor will this much diminish till the new samples arejbelter fit for manufac ture, though the past week has been more calm. Prices, on small supplies, have still been pointing upward, on an average from Is. 2s. per or. But should foreign sup plies continue free, and the weather fine, a lemnorarv cheek mav be exnected. ' With ail the benefit of the change of wether, it will not still be well to overlook the great deficiency in potatoes. Taking it one- third in Ireland on the growth iLere this season, aud accepting the yield per acre at 6 tuns, instead of 9 tuns, on 1,1 1,873 acres, we find lhai country short in human feed no less than 3,515,511 tuns. Now as tie tun may equal a quarter of Wheat eigbing 430 lbs (which is estimating 4 J lbs. of Potatoes, equal to 1 lb of Flour) we want 3,515,511 qrs, of H beat or Maize on this score. But as in England the fail ure of this root is equally great, we take void to be equal to half as much more, which brings the wants of the United Kingdom, without Scotland, for Potatoes only, to 5,273,266 qrs of Corn. Startling even as this is, a partial failure in Turnips or Mangold Wurtzel seems likely to make additions to this amount. The Wheal crop though in bad 6tate, may be consider ed 6afe; and its lateness will diminish our necessities by about oue tenth to bo made up, perhaps, by the supplies' of America. However, the free tribute of all other countries may be required by the close of the season, aud it will be dangerous to practice waste or assume plenty while we cannot disturb these figures." A Disunion Quarrel. Great excite- meut exists iu Virginia between the seces sion faction, headed by Gov. Wise, and of the Unionists, under Gov. Letcher. As stated in my former dispatch, Gov. Letch er is determined to put down all revolution ary proceedings, and maintaiu tbe suprem acy of the laws. There is no doubt that the Union sentiment in tbe whole South largely preponderates among the masses. A leading politician writes from Virginia as follows: "Gov. Wise bas raised the standard oi treason and revolt. His speech utterly de molishes him and his whole former reason ing. .Messrs Letcher, Bolts, Ri7es,Segur, Flournoy, and Goggin are all against Gov. Wise and but little doubt is expressed that tbe vole of the State will be thrown for Bell, and in favor of the Union.,, - . 3rMeetings of scientific and literary men become as abundant in Europe as po litical meetings in America. ; An Interna tional Congress of chemists has recently assembled at Carlsruhe, aud Cousin, the French philosopher, was one of tbe Presi dents. A Philological Congress has been held at Brunswick, and a Congress of Jour nalists has been held at Frankfort on-lhe-Main, under the auspices of Cotta, particu larly for tbe purpose of consulting about the propriety of copyrighting telegrathic dispatches. Jt2TS. E. Abrahams smashed in the skull of a negro blacksmith, in Bucking ham county, Va, on the 23d ulU, because he would not shoe his mule out of turn, but obeyed tbe rule of "first come, first served." He was arreslsd. . 9Rev. L I. Beall, a Methodist minis ter aged 37 years, died at his residence in Fairfield, Greene county, on Saturday, Oc tober 27, after uine day's suffering, from diptheria. His two only children died a few days beiore from the same disease. The deceased leaves a lonely wife. John Sargeant's Prediction Fulfilled. ' i filled. .1-5 vi. In 1820, forty years ago, when the coun try was agitated as intensely as now, and dissolution of the Union was mooted then as now, in the course of debate on the bill for the admission of Missouri, John Sar gwnrt,of Pan said: "Has any one serioaly considered the scope of tbe doctrine extension of slavery 1 It leads directly to tbe establishment of slavery throughout the world. It leads directly to the opening of the slave trade." Congress had just before passed the act declaring to'have slave tra le piracy. Noth ing could have been more improbable than the opening of the slave trade when John Sargeant uttered these words. Forty years later, 1860, finds the prediction verified. In this time Slave Stales in larger total area than Free Slates have been added to tbe Union. The Territories of Utah and New Mexico have been erected, with the anomalous provision that they may be come slave states, ibe .territory of Kansas, asking long admission, is debar red because the President and Senate re fuse on the ground of non-permission of sla very. Nebraska Territory has been organ ized with a provision that Congress shall not prohibit slavery. These four Territo ries have area of 893,000 square milas in the very heart of the continent, and stretch ing from the Missouri to the river Colora do and the Sierra Nevada mountains. Cargoes of slave? from Africa are land ed on out coasts. Neither court nor jury can be found to try these cases in execu tion of the laws. Authentic Parliament ary papers show that Great Britain has ex pended, since 1820, for tbe suppression of the slave trade, 1,000,000 per annum, or il 80,000,000 in these fotty years. Intimately connected with this business of landing cargoes of slaves on our coast are other frightful and appalling scenes. The African tribes are incited to war upon each ether to obtain captives and sell them to the slavers. Prominent in these acts and desolations of this accursed trade is the King of Dahomy. Our recent intelli gence is that he has just sacrificed, in high carnival; thousands of human beings, his own subjects, for the glory and perpetuity . of the Kingdom Dahomy ! Great God ! i wbat are we coming to: Mark well these astonishing coincidences. A Political Munchausen-Colored Vote of Ohio. j I Herschel V. Johnson, a candidate for ihe Vice-Presidency on ihe Douglas ticket. speaking to the citizens of New York, said be had no doubt the election m Ohio was turned by the neqro vote! When the En quirer of this city makes such assertions, there is nothing surprising in it. All its political statements are maue in itickwick ian "sense, in which nothing is to be be I ?. " 1 . "i - J. ' TIM ' 1 lieved, unless by - courtesy. But when a a candidate for tbe Vice-Presidency, and a man who was once senator from a great Southern State, makes such a statement, we confess to no little surprise. It is an ex ample either of the most marvelous igno rance, or the most incredible falsehood. We know not which horn Mr. Johnson may choose; but for the sake of courtesy, will assume the former, and that Mr. Johnson really knows nothing of the statistics, so ciety or laws of Ohio. In thnt case he is J . ... . . ... very imprudent in siieakmg of what be knows nolhing. To eulightcn his mind, and perhaps others, who may think such a man is to believed, we will submit a few acts: r By ihe U. s. statistics, there were n Ohio in 1850, Colored people 25,279 Male colored people 12,691 Male colored over 21 years of age. 5,827 2. By the Constitution of Ohio, none but white males over twenty-one can vote; but the supreme Court decided that a man less than half blood, was white; conse quently if the judges of elections should decide tnat a ligut colored mulatto was less than half, they might admit him to vote. Now tbe number of this class is not one-third the whole amount, and of the 5.827 colored males over 21, not more than two thousaud could possibly come within a legal vote. Judge BrinkerhofTs clear majority of the entire vote was 13,004 If, then, every colored man in Ohio had voted the Republican ticket, she would still have had 8,000 while majority beyond that; and if every one voted for him, who had right he would have 11,000. But so far from this, we challenge all the inspec tors cf elections in Ohio to show that three hundred colored men actually voted at all; or that two hundred voted the Repub lican ticket. When we stale that half ihe colored population of - Ohio are in tbo counties of Hamilton, Ross, Franklin, Pike, Fairfield and Gallia, and one or two others, where a negro voting would subject him to being mobbed, it will be seen what an incredible amount of either ignorance or lying is involved iu Mr. Johnson's state ment. As he knows he has not the remo test prospect of being elected, we should suppose he would desire to come out of the campaign honorably,' without earning, as he has done, ihe contempt of honora ble and intelligent men. Cin. Gaz. Special Notices. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Z. & C. R. Trains leave ilUlersburg: ; ' ' Express.'... ..V. ......... .'. .5:20 A. M. Accommodation 12:40 P. M. Ajrive at Millcrsborg: Acooru madation ..2:27 P. M. Express 10:01 P. M. PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. GOING WEST. Fast Express ., 5:55 A. M. Mail I .2:35 P. M. Express Passenger, ... 6:02 P. M. GOING EAST. Mail 9:21 A. M. Fast Express..... 3:00 P. M. Exress Passenger .9:00 P. M. HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC omcopatljic UcmeMcs HAVE now been before th public for At years, and have ererr whore won golden opinions from the many thousands wbo hare used them. . . Simple, free from intricacy, technicality or danger, they har becomn the resource and aid of the parent, traveler, nurse, or inTalid, and bit become the family physician and medical adviser, of thousands of families, No where have they been tried without having been approved, and tbeir highest appreciation is among thos who bav known them longest, and most intimately. N. B. A full set of Humphrey's Homeopathic Sped tea, with Book of Directions, and twenty different rem edies, In large vials, morosco case, $5; ditto, in plain case, ft; eas of fifteen boxes, and Book, li. Single boxes. 25 cents and 60 cents. These Remedies, by the single box or esse, are sent by mail or express, free of charge, to any address, on receipt of the price. Address Dr. r. HUMPHREYS Jk CO. No. 662 Broadwsv, New-York. 8old by U. YBRQIN, MIHersburg, Ohio; March 2Ts0-l . to "-TOTICE of ETPenoat of eedeutery employments frequently experience s dull, sensation 1b to bead, which, ousts them for either labor or enjoyment. Wilson Headache Filli area certain ear for affection of this kind. Th eiDerienee of thousands who hare used them for ' attest their excellence la all complalnta arising bom disiiuesed atnnaeh. The. mra .nnrl Kr B. T- FalOTSTOCK A Co. Wholesale Druggists, and proprietors of B. L. Fahne atoek s Kermifoge, So. no. earner of Wood and Fourth streets, nttsburgh, ra.. ana sola rjT tt. I ergin anu Kaiff. and merchants ..uaiallv. Ei?"Aain another proof that BcMHAV Hollasd juttkrsis worthy or recjommenonuoo. 'The nlain and nnriirut Marr Van Sliedrecht, dangh' ter oi Van Dyke, had last sprioc a dangerous sickness, out got so tar well tnat she could leave ner oeu aw ut of the doctor's treatment, bnt kent liDrerlnr on. that sh could get no appetite, and could not get strength nougn to no ner nousenoia won. mi wunia ' -weeks past. She used one bottle ol the Bittkes, which, with the help of God, has giren her strength) and she p?eis quite well: for which her husband gave me, me un dersigned, his thank, for havine recommended the Bit ters for his wife, and requested me to bar th same in- serteu is ue anebovgan A leuwsbooe.' L. LODGE. Grand Rapids. Michigan. The abore is a literal translation from the last .nuar ber of th Sheborgan Aieuwsbode. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, Nov. 7. 1860. Floor 5.50$6,00 Cloversced . $55,12) Buckwheat flotu.$10 Flaxseed Rveikwircwt, $1,50 Tirao'ydo $$1.75g200 Wheal 90tl.i0 Green Apples 50 Corn 37V Dried Apples 87V OaU ' 20 Dried Peaches... $2.00 Rye 50 Smoked Hntns.-.89 Barley 40GU Smoked Shoulders... Butter l3kf Smoked Sides... Eggs 12 Drcasdl,ork$t(a55 Lam .9 MILLERSBURG TIME, AT FRY'S. , HE HAS THE BIGGEST PILE OF THE PRETTIEST HUNTING CASED .WATCHES -FOR THE LEAST MONEYS T0U EVER SAW! If yon doubt it, go and for yonrself; tbat is tbe way to prcxt it, as well as to find the place where yon can BUY A GOOD WATCH! And Save your Money HAS HE NICE CLOCKS, TOO? Juit go and se e tbcm that's alii hxvt to saj. What about the J ewelry, spectacles. Cioki lJins, Silverware, &c.,&c Oh, just go and see! and if yon don't bay, if a because you can t nna us tor gooa tilings. Few doors East of Koch's Corner, October 25, 1S60 10 Good News from the East THE PBIXCE GONE HOME! 2J" DE3 "7V GOODS SHIPPED FOR HILLEBSBURG, With directions to open at KOCH'S CORNER! . And Sell them out Cheaper than Ever! KOCH'S CHEAP CORNER Is getting notoriety for Neat Cxoods and Cheap Cxoods, BT IS A FACT! That tbis bonsc is the only one in Millersburg that has been compelled to go East the second time tLis fall lor a new stocK. The Conclusion Is tbat Koch's Corner has sold out betest. Where they seu uk we sen cnean. aid c it so, a raters. Mrcuaiv icsanuuay iDoremr THE TIDE HAS SET IN Towards Koch's Corner. AH classes go there. AU go away satisfied. The goods are right. The prices.are right, aud the right way for yoa that have never tried it is to go ana satisty yourselves. COME QUICKLY I And examine oar new Stock of Fait and Winter Dress floods. The latest stvles in tbis lioe are now opening, Very tine and very cheap. The hiehest price paid for all kinds of Country Pro- cace. Oct25, 1560 10 ' NEAY GOODS AT THE EMPORIUM! J. MCI. VANE TTAS jnst received his Fall and Winter Stock of Goods li Come and see, Come and see The largest and best stock of goods ever brought to this place. GOOD CROPS & EASY TIMES, Therefore I bare boogkt a large stock which I will sell Cheaper than Ever. "Quick Sales and Small Profits Is my mtto. COME ONE. COME AT.f. will not rob Peter to pay Paul. In my stock will be uuuu ui MID inNlBMSCyieS OI DRESS GOOOS Silks, Merinoes, toth figured and plain, and a Tery large lot of Finer D Lsines, Velincies, Plaids, Cobergs, Robes, Cloths, CisMinerea, Casinets, Tweeds, Jeans, Crape and Stella Shawls, Merino Shawls, with heary silk fringe; a large lot of Blanket Shawls, all the latest sti jea; xtrocne ana wis, wnicn l am selling at a reduced price. Hats aod Caps, no end. I still continue the Unrest Boots & Shoes! in town, cheaper than erer. COME &. SEE THEM. E7"Q-EEXSWARE. I have a Iarsw lot and defv cuni!putwn. HOOP SKIRTS-Something lassthan car load, from lorty cents to tfrn dollars. CP'Gioceries of all kinds. tA good article of ouic rieaincr lozia cis. ' id, ana uie very best lor Zocts. Sept.l3,18G0. a4 , : . . ,. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN NEW YORK! , Prince of Wales Arrived! Still Greater Excitement in BLOOMF1ELD, Caused by the Arrival of S.TIDB ALL'S Fall and Winter Stock of Goods! Which I am prepared to sell at rat equal to any other .nwrinuuicm iu uie tuuu I rT . COME AND TRY ME. . October 2S, I860 10 " " S. TIDBALL. ROAD NOTICE. XTOTICB is hereby given that a petition will be pre- seated to tbe Commissioners of tbe eountr of Holmes and State of Ohio, at their December session. a. ir. wow, nrwring nun vrommisMonerB to lay out a coun ty Road, situated in said coonty, commencing at tbe Londonrille rood that rutu from llolniesTiile to London ville. at theqnarter section corners of section th irtr-flvn and section two.in Biple? township in said county, thence run north on the quarter section lioe through section thirty-fire and section twenty-six, ending at the county line between Wayne and Holmes counties; and said pe tition also asks lor the vacation of a rnmd commencing on tbe line between Samuel Smith and George Key noMs, inence u runs in a nonoeny direction unin u lnieraects the Millersburg road that runs from Shrere to Millers burg; the road to be vacated. UM. SO, 100U IX" JKAi X rii 1 li lUiS ,tKJ . HTOTIOE TO TOWNSHIP TREASURERS. Township Treasurers are hereby notified, that the Funds due the several townships are ready to be paid over. They will call immediately and reeelr the nam. J AS. MOFADDEN, Aug. 20th, 18S0nI. . County Treasurer. Adininigtrator's Notice, a is hereby given that the undersigned has this Xl day been appointed and qualified as administrator the estate of Thomas Dowrll. dee'd. lets at Hnlm. county, Ohio. WILLIAM DO WELL, Adm'r. ucl. in. ibwi THE TRADE OPEN!, - ' ' J. CHERRY HOLMES. la now rewiring hi FALl SUPPLY OF MERCIIAIVDISE, which is the largest stock err brought to this place, audi You can find at THE CHEAP STORE or J. CHEEIUIYUOI.MES. Great Bargains I X IUE1 S3 GOODS ! CHEKRTHOLMES bas GOOD BLACK SILK AT AT 75 C ENTS PER YARD CHERKYHOLMES has i? a m $ v a n & & s AT From 15 Cents to $2,00 per Yard' CHERRYHULMES h ALL-WOOL. DZ LAiNES AT AT FB0M3U0 50 CENTS PER YARD. CHERRYHOLMES hr The Largest Lot cf SHAWLS in Town. And Very flieip. Stella Shaicls for $1,50 to 5,00. CHERRYHOLMES ban WHITE G OODS OF ALL KINDS JACONETS, Edgings, Inserting, and White Flouncing of all Linda. CHEttRYHOHMES h.- A Big Lot of DRESS TRIMMINGS . Cheap Velvet Ribbon in Urge quantities. GLOVES, HOSIERY. - . - f -HOODS - -COMFORTS, At Low Prices. Ciicrrylioliiies bsa great bargnius in 7 Eonght dire-:ta from t'ie Importer, aitbout breaLing package. It will jiny you to br:ak up your ud dishes and buy new ones CHEAP. AVOOLE. GOODS, In large quantities at CHERRYHOLMES' READ! READ! READ! Cloths, Cassimeres, Vrstiofr. Orercoatinp. Tweeds, tc, la large quantities and at extra low price. ft-jSSf-Mle bis acciirrd the serrieen of a tjood and cvm ftiy exnerienc d TAILOR, to make CloUiioff.4J Boots, Shoes. Leather and V racer ct of all kinds. Sept. 6,3 0 v5n3 W. P. ELLISON". M. B. Ds SII.VA. ELLISON & DeSLLVA, rnorxicruns of ius 3 on 0USE, Jackson Stree MILLEIiSBUIiG, OHIO. NEW BOOT k SHOE SHOP! 0E door West fmm J. Mulvaoe's store, in the ro-m formerly oceuic i as IVst Office, whrrc the uuder-Bi-otf-l u jiieiioied to do all Linda of work in his line.ei- Fine City Sewed Work. in such a manner as net to be ftxreJIed west of the Alle-gueni.-s. Cjr WOl'.K WARRANTED, and done on rea sonable tevuis. BEPAIRINQ done neat and on short uce. X. B. 1 hare on band, as serrnt. a lot of borne made and eastern Hoots and Shoa which for rradv pav 1 will sell on sni-b tonus that vou cannot fail to bur. ' Please try me once, and can soou. E. II. HULL J air 2o, Ibrto 'Jtf Ni W GROC :ry PROVISION STORE. M. FIKE, T ESPECTFfLLY inform bis friends and the public a,l,gtrucruiir maiije uasopeoea NEW GROCERY STORE. in tbe rooms imnietliatclr opposite tbe Court House, his stock will be found the best ol Teas, Coffers. Sugars of all kind. Fish. Molasses, ball, Jooaccos, Candles, Jiatntts, Auts, Fruit of all kinds. Choice Wines & liquors, FLOUR & MEAL, Candies, Cakes, and Crackers. . in large quantities tn 11 either wholesalo or retail, which he offers on the most rcasonabla terms either for cash or spproved country produce. Dont torget to call at FIRE'S, opposite the Court House. LIGHT INTHE EAST! WERUM ON HAND AGAIN. "With a laxge stock of Fall & Winter Goods! NEW AND CHEAP. r Buyers are invited to Call AND SEE BEFORE rURCIIlSLVG ELSEWHERE. HE THINKS He can do as ."well by you as you can ao elsewhere. Berlin sent ,IS60. KO AD NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby giren that a petition will he pre sented to the Commissioners of Holmes eeuntr, O., .i J!r,"ex M"'ni " be held at the Auditor's elBce ol said Holmes ennntr, on the ttrat Monday of Ilcerauer, . .1 iocioc r. h. or said dar, prat ing lor the establishment of a county road, to cmnmencc ou tbe Bolivar road at the south east eornar of th. south-west quarter of section number tweuty-eiirlil, township num. ber fifteen, range number twelve in Saltoraek township, in said Holmes counir, thence to run east on tbe section line, or as near tuarto as a good road can be made, nntil said road sh .11 intersect tbe public road between Middle town, In said Holrooe eeuntr. and Marseille, in Wayne county, and there tn stop. A fETITlOaEK UKAIU U.U. Sept. 18, 1S60. ai. RAZORS. m FSH I-OT of Oil.hriafs Celebrated Ra aora, jut received at tbe BOOK STORE. , fT TO say I Kffi EVERLY, ECKEL 1 CO, B Are now Receiving B M . .ifli W-w Goods,- I Vlhjlil 'iM'm F' Fall Winter tra4e,wn- B e'lffil i 1 'i,,'n'0, iino-u. Uuot! Br I Scrofula, cr King's Evil, is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated, weak, and poor. Iking in the circulation, it pervades the nholo body, and may burst out iu diM-ase on any part of it. No onran is free from its attacks. nor is there one which it nitiT not destroy. The scrofulous taiut U vnriously caused by lucrvuiial disease, low liviii;a dis ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth and filthy lutbits the depressing rices, and, above nil. by the venereal infection. What ever ba ifci origin, it U hereditary iu the con stitution, descending " from parent to children unto tlu third and fourth g,-neraliuji ; " indeed, it seems to be the rod of Hint who sny.--, "I will visit the ini(iuties of the fathers lijioii their children." Its effetu commence by depo jtion from Ihe b'.ood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in the lunj:, liver, and internal organ s is termed tubercles; iu the glands swelling; and on tua surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses the energies cf life, so that scrofulous constitu tions not only sufter from scrofulous com plaints, but they have fir less power to with stand Uie attacks of other diseases ; conse quently va..t luuulicrs pcrUli by disorders wluch, although not scrofulous in their nature, are still reiid.-red fatal by lliis taint in the system. Most of the consumption which de cimates the human family has its origin directly in this scrofulous contamination; and many destructire-di-scases of the liver, kidneys, brain, and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or are aggravated by the same cause. One quarter of all our people are scrofulous ; their persons arc invaded by this lurking in fection, and their health is undermined by it. To cleanse it from the system we must renovate the blood by an alterative medicine, and in vigorate it by healthy food and exercise. Such a medicine we supply in AYER'S Compound Extract of Sarsapnrilla, the most effectual remedy which the medical skill of our times can devise for this every where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com bined from the most active remedials that have been discovered for the expurgation of this foul disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the system from its destructive consequences. Hence it should be employed for the core of not only Scrofula, but also those other affec tions which arise from it, such as Eruptive and Skin Diseases, St. Anthony's Fikb, Rose, or Erysipelas, Pimpi.es, Pustules, Blotches, Blains and Boils, Tumors, Tetter and Salt Rheux, Scald Head, Ringworm, Rheumatism, Syphilitic and Mercurial Dis- cases. Dropsy. Dyspepsia. Deihlitt, and. indeed, all Complaints arising prom Vitia ted on Impure Blood. The popular belief in "impurity of the blood" is founded in truth, for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The particular purpose and virtue of this Sorsapa rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid, without which sound health is impossible in contaminated constitutions. -a.z:e:r'S Ague Cure, FOE THE SPEEDY COBB Or Intermittent Fewer, or Fewer and A;ne, Remittent Fewer, Chill Fewer, Dank Agae, Periodical Headache, or Billons Headache, and Billons Fewers, indeed for the whole class of diseases originate Ing in biliary derangement, cansed tty the Malaria of Miasmatic Conntrles. We are enabled here to offer the community a remedy which, while it cures the above complaints with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts where these afflicting disorders prevail. This "Curb " expels the miasmatic poison of Fever AND Ague from the system, and prevents the de velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class of complaints, but also the cheapest. The large quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where Fever and Agub prevails, every body should have it and use it freely both for cure and protec tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered for the speedy and certain cure of Intermittcnts is that it contains no Quinine or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or other injurious eliects whatever upon the constitu tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if they had never had the disease. " t ever and Ague is not alone the consequence of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor ders arise from its irritation, among which are Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Headache, Blind nets, loolhaehe. Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal pitation, Painful Affection o f the Spleen, Hyster ics, Pain in tn Bowels, Colic, Paralysis and De rangement of the Stomacli, all of which, when oriainatinz in this cause, put on the intermittent trpe, or become periodical. This " Cure " expels the poison from the blood, and consequently cures them all alike. It is an invaluable protecnon to immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa sionally or daily while exposed to the infection. that will be excreted from the system, and cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis ease. Iience it is even more valuable for protec tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter mittcnts if they avail themselves of the protection this remedy allords. Prepared by Dr. 3. C ATEtt So CO., lo well, MflJ. II. YERGIX and J. K. RAIFF, Millersburg, Ohio. Nov. 1, 186011 HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA. A Jiimcvoleht Institution established by special En- domiH'.d. Jor the tidmf of the etck and Dis trcsftd. afflicted with Virulent end Epi demic Diseases, and especially for the Cure of Diseases of the Sexual Organs. T EDICAli ADVICE ariren rratis. bv the Act- IT I tag Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with a de scription of their condition, (age, orcopatioii, habits ef uie, kc) and :n cases ol extreme poverty, leucines liirninea iree oi enarge. VALUAISI.E REPOKTS on Snermatnrhaea. and oth e- llisensesnf the Sexual Organs, and on the NEW REM EDIES employed in the Dipeofarr,ient lu toe auncieu iu scuica letter envelopes, rrce oi cnaige. Two or Vttee Stamp, for postage will lie acceptaMe. Address Dr. J. SKJLLIN HOUGUTO.V, Acting Sur geon, Ilowar.1 Associatien. Xo. 2 South Ninth Street, i ailaacipbiA, ra. nyoraeroi ioe I'trecors. EZRA D. AAUTWELL, Prest Ceo. FAincTtiLDjSec'jr. Oct. is, iseo. 9 a A. T3m . 1 W .CU - 9 ft. 'fl. PILLS, A never faffing Antidote for Sick Hra.1. ache, Pjspepsa, Fever and Ague, Llrer Complaint, Costiveneas, . nm VamU! rVilli. jicpravea appetite, iwrt a. Obstructions, c Bead the testimony of COT. WISS, Ts "Wilbur's Pius an a safe and mart; useful Family Zttxwtfe for Constipation. and anectlona of the Digestive Organs. For Headache they bare prosed them selves a specific" Bead the testimony of GOT. KIHO, Ala. 'I would not be without Wilson's Pills loranrnrlca. For IodifiesUon and Hsau- ie, I divide a Fill and take the halS itj es Immediate relief." Sold by Druggists Sealers everywhere. PREPARID BT B. Is. FAHNESTOCK & CO. Importers & Wholesale Druggists Ko. 60, corner Wood and 4th Sts. PITTSBURGH, PA. sou raoraiiroKJ or O B. L Fahnestock'sVerrniftjge.s SuM br JJ. YERGIX and J. K. RAIFF, MILLRRSBURG.OUIO. . . Aug.30.1860. v5n3. " Dr. M. K. HARD'S MAGIC LINIMENT! -yOW. EXTERJT At. ITSE Snrains.Rrnlses,Hes4 1 ache. Tootharbe, Sore Throat, Kenralsli, Cramps, Burns, Lame Back or Sides, Pain, in the Breast, and all other Cnirmtaints on Man or Beast, naualls treated with thisclassof Hemeolee, ; . (. . FOR SALE T THE BOOK STORE. -5 f ef r f f 34 cts. j It of ol to be . MCLEAN'S araccaTBEXiKa BLOOD PURIFIER. Before taking liter takinf . The UreatoNt Remedy ever known. This cor dial is distilled from a berry known only to myself, aud chemically combined with some of the moat salea ble medicinal mots, herbs and barks known to tbe mind or man, vie Blood Root, Black Root, Wild Cherrr Bark, Tellow Dock, Dandelion. Saraaparilla, Elder Flos ers, with others proriariar the most infallible rem edy for the restore tioa ef health ever known. It na tures own remedy, caring disease br natural laws Wen taken, its influence is felt coaslair through every vein of tbe body, pui living and accelerat'ae; the ctrca latinn of the blood. It neutralises any bilious matter ia the stomach, ana strengthens tbe whole organisation. McLean's Strengthening Cordial, Will effectually cam Liver Complaint, Difjjuiat Jaitndiee, Chroni or Kcrxou Debility, IXxcates of the Ktd mv MJ n ii ' from a disordered Zir cr or Stomach. K2r,nrn, Inward Til-s, Aciditj- or SickncM of tb Stomach, KuHneas of Blood to the Head, Dull Pa fa or Swiniuunr ia th Head, Palpitaiioo of the Heart. PnlW Dea or Weight ia tho Stomach. Sour Eractatiooa. Choakin? orauffiacatinjr Feeling when lying down. Dry ness or Yelloimesft of the Skin and Eye. Night SwtaU, Inward Ferens Pain ia the Small of ihe Barb, Chest or Side, Sodden FUteUea of Heat, Depression of Spiritn. Fitghtful Oreftm, Lancraor, Bespontlency or any Ner vous lHseaite, Sorra or Blotches on the Skin, and Fever and Ague, (or Chills and Ferer). It will alsto cur dia eases of the Bladder and Womb, uch as Seminal Weak ness, Incontinence of the Urine, Strsnguarr. Inflamma tion or Weakness of tbe Womb or Bladder." Whites, tc There is no Mistake about It. i nts v. oraiai win never iau to cure any oi uie aoora dineanes, if taken as per directions on each bottle, ia Gnoao, Kaglish and French. Hare been sold durinB? the last rx mnntha. and fa m instance has It failed in giving entire sati Action. Who uien, win saner from weafcnem or ebntrt when Mc Lean's Strengthening Cordial will cure you? TO THF, T.ATVrrcS- Do you wish to be healthy and strong? Then go at once, and get some of McLean's CordiaL It will strength en and tovonte your whole system, causing a healthy and pare circulation of blood to tlow through every vein, and the rich, rosy bloom of health to mount year Cheek again. Csverj bottle iswaaranieu to gtvesatiMocuon. FOR CHILDREN. Wes.iT to parents, if your children are sickly, peny, oraftlicted with complaints prevalent among children, rive them a email quantity of sic Lean's C-rruaL ana it will make tuein healthy, fit, and robust. Delay not a moment, try it, and yoa will be convinced. - It is Delicious to Take. CarTiox. Beware of drupgbts or dealers who may to palm upon yon some Bitter or Sarsaparilla trash, which they can buy cheap, by saying it in just as good. Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's Strengthening Cor di.il, and take nothing else. It is the only retceJy that will purify the blood thoroughly, and at the same time strengthen the system. One tablespoouful taken every morning fasting, la a certain praventire for Cholera, Chills and Fever, Yel low Fever, or any prevalent disease. It is put up in large bottles. Price onlv $1 per bottle, or I bottles for $5. J. H. JIcLEAK, Sole Proprietor of this CordiaL Alrio McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine 3ts.( St Louis. Mo. "i.T -iT no 'r- r" afYtl T itilTVlOn The Sea Liniment in the World. The OXZ.T safe and certain cure for Cancers, Piles, Tu mors, Swellings, and Brouchele or Golfr, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of th Muscles, Chronic orla Aammatory KUeainatism, StitTnesa of the Joints, Con tracted Muscles or Ligaments, Earache, Bniiies,raiii, Woundp, Fresh Cuts, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Caked Breasts Sore Nipples, Euro,- Scalds, Sore Throat, or any In flammation or Pain, no dilTerencB bow sevore, r how long tbe disease may havo exi-ted. McLaKAH'tt Cku. bratko Lisimext fs a certain remedy. Thonaandsof human beings have been saved a life o f decrepitude and misarj by the use of this invaluable mediciue. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment Will relieve nain almost instantaneonslr. and It will clean, purify, and heal the foulest sores in an incredi bly short time. For Horses and other Animals. McLean's celebrcted Liniment is the onlv safe and re liable remedy for tbe cure of Spavin, Ring Bone, Wind- ?r.iiis, spurn. I. nnatumi Lumps, jtoue or aweiuog" t will never tail to cure Big .lead, Poll-evil, Fistula. Ud Running Sores, or Sweeny, if properly applied. For Sprains, Bruises, Scratches Cracked Heels, Chafes, Sad dle or Collar Gait,, Cats, Sores or Wounds, it is an infal lible remedy. Apply it U directed, and cure is certain In every instance. Then trifle aolcnger with the many worthless Lini ments offered to vou. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's ceiC'raotea liniment, it win cure you. J. II M cLEAN, Sole Proprietor. Corner of Third and Pine Sts St. Louis, Mo. II. Y ERG IX, Agent, July 12, 15G0.-v.n47 USE HAZLETT'S Rheumatic Liniment. TJOR Colic. For Diarrhea, JJ For Cholera Morbus, or Cramps, For Snrains. For Bruisrn, . For Rheumatism, For Pains snd Aches, For Neuralgia, For Toothache. Internally and externally. For man and beast, . Use HazletCt Liniment FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Are you Bilious? Do yon need a Physic, . Take the best. Tale HazletCs Cathartic Liver Pity. : FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Have you .Ague or Fever? Have yon Headache? ' Have yon lost your Appetite? Does your back or bones ache? Are yom sick? Take UazleUt Cathartic Liver Pills. Are yoa Bilious: Do yoa need a Phrsic? Take the Best, Take HazletCt Cathartic Liver Pills. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Von Humbolt's German Bitters, For Dvspepsla, For Sick Ileadaehr. For Fever and Arae. For Janxnlice. or Low Spirits, For Debility. For Weak Females For Oppression ef tbe Stomach, I or ralpitatioa or tae Heart For Weak Verves, Use Von Bombolt's Celebrated Genoa, Bitten. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Aoj,lSS0 TtaSl. -a it a m t -r- itt r Celebrated Venetian To he ased either with or without aococtpanjlnf JTeparauon. THIS is eonfldentlr recommended as th bast of Its class. Of all Hair Uvea vet Invented, it ll The Cheapest; Rcb bottle containing double the quantity of coloring , material put up by any other maker, while it is sold at ouly oxK-HAiaV rnarscAi. raica. It is THE SAFEST. As will not injure the texture or impair the rloss of the - mosi aeueate nalr. Jt does not cause toa 017, ..... ed appearance so commonly produced bjr other articles. is The Most Convenient. Where used without the rvepsnlir-n it is put ep In . ONK BOTTLE OSI.T, thus a.oktlng tbe inconvenience sevenl Usnids. reouirine: rreat care f.w their now , ful u.e. (Ir when an instantaneous enlor Is required, U . mas be used with the reparation; the direetiou lor which are simple and easily followed, ltafiorda HE SUmSt TARILTY AID EQITI 0? COLOR anr hair dre in u.e. Any shade, from a lisrht brown ajet-hlaek. may bs obtained at wiil. ORavhairmav ' restored to its original color, and BXD or liuut hair mav be made to match any dark shade. The color pro duced is as permanent aa the hair Itself It will not usi, . waaa out oa crock; and the hair retains iu aoft and natnral appearanr. Ample directions accompany each bottle. PRIOE. BO QENTS. For sale at the Book Store, i MlLLEJtSSURO. OHIO. ' Sept,lS80-a ., " " ;. THE INDIAN jGrTJE CURE! AN IrVFALLIBLB KEMEOT nr the prer. sloa ana cure of v FEVER& AGUE, Lmh Agm. Chitt Frnrer. Wiems Ferer, and mil ' oumjornu j tnttrmtttrnt and Kcwtitttnl tenrs MIASMA: OR MAK4RIAJ FOR SALE IT THE BOOK STORE. ' '