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A Picture of Venice.
A letter from Venice, of October 4, says: I hare now been here a fortnight, and . shall never forget that time as lon as I live, so dnll and monotonous has it been. Hare you ever taken a walk to Vincennes on a week day I If you bare, of course yon saw none bnt soldiers. It is just tbe same here; as, with the exception of a few petty traders people and artizans, nothing but uniforms can be seen in tbe streets of Venice. Where are the nobles and wealthy citizens! Ther all keep within doors, and Austria would very much like to know what ther say and do. I am as ignorant as she is on that point, as all houses of any importance hare become so many citadels, into which there is no ad mittance without good tellers ot introduc tion, and I brought none with me. All I hare learned is therefore limited to what I hare seen with my own eyes or picked up in conversation with ciceroni and gondoliers. As soon as these people are certain that tbey are speaking to a foreigner, especially a Frenchman, they throw off the restraint, I assure yon, and make no secret of their feelings and hopes. They think liberty so near as to be already in tbeir possession, and are convinced that the hour of deliver ance has struck. I have several times giv en mortal offence by venturing to insinu ate that there would not parhaps be any great change in Yenilia before next spring. At Venice the state of war is not posted on the walls; it is in the very air you breathe. No imperial rescript has forbid den the in habitants to frequent the thea ter of La Fenice, but for two years past no body goes to it. There has been no curfew proclaimed, and yet after nightfall there is not a living thing in the strata but patrols. Tbe Aus trians do not like this stale of things any more than the Venetians do; they are no longer arrogant even ; they are uneasy, gloomy, silent, and even attempt to appear polite. All the coffee houses in the city have been tacitly abandoned to them, with the single exception of the Florian, where foreigners and Venitians meet, un der pretext of business. They appear to have accepted this arrangement, for though I went to the Florian every night, I never saw a uniform or heard a word of German there.1 One remaikable fact is that, with the exception of a few invalids, not a sin gle young man, from eighteen to twenty- five, is to be seen in Venice; they have all fled to avoid tbe conscription. I have been told that there are 8,000 of them with Garibaldi, and at least as many in Victor Emanuel's army. Austria at first imposed on families, and then on thecoul munes, a fine of from 2,4000f. and 4,000f. for each absent conscript. This measure caused many bitter tears to flow at first, but it has now become illusory, since, as neither families nor communes possess any thing, they cannot pay, ihe very excess of the evil has put an end to it. The 6ame may be said of the taxes; there was great suffering when the government de manded one half or one-fourth of every body's income; but there is less now, the demand is equal to the whole, or even double and triple the amount. People nave simply ceased to pay, that is all. iSTWiluelm Rustow, the Garribaldian officer who acted a principal part in the unfortunate affair of Cajazzo, on September 22d, has published in The German. Gen eral Gazette of Leipsic a detailed account, whence it appears that tbe Neapolitans had shot down the horses of his artillery, which he and his staff had personally to drag back, since the Sicilians serving under bis command refused to leave the ditches where they lay concealed. When he ordered them to deploy in front, on the main road, against the Neapolitan cavalry, they tnrned their backs, disbanded, and took to their heels. Rustow says that he, being tbe chief Garibaldi's stnff, had from the first opposed the demonstration on the Vol- turuo, but, receiving precise orders wiiicn allowed him no longer to hesitate, he tried to make the best of a bad case. The En glish correspondents, writing under the in fluence of Hungarian officers, have most unjustly fallen foul of Rustow. Wilhelm Rustow, born in 1821, descendant from an old nobiliary family in Fomerania, enter ed in 1838 the Prussian military service, and was in 1840 appointed lieutenant in the corps of engineers. His revolutionary ideas iuvolved bim in 1848 in collision with the Monteufel Cabinet, which ordered judicial steps to bo taken against him be cause of his pamphlet, "Tbe German mil itary slate before and after the revolution of l8-48." Found guilty, he took refuge in Switzerland, where he soon distinguish ed himself as a military writer. His lec tures at the University of Zurich, on tac tics and strategy, soon attracted the atten tion of the competent Swiss authorities, and, since 1853, he was always attached as instructor wherever military maneuvers on a large scale were executed by the Fed eral troops. In 1858, he received the right of citizenship from the Canton of Zuiich, and was soon after appointed May or in the engineer staff. He left his po sition and repaired to Naples on the ex press invitation of Garibaldi. Of his mil itary publications, which follow each other perhaps too uninterruptedly, the most im portant are : "The History of Modern Greek Warfare," "The Array and the Wnrs of Julius Caesar," "The War against Russia 1855-56," "The Late Italian War," "Gen eralship in the 19th Century," "Military BiocrraDhies." "Tbe Science of Modern Fortification Warfare." "Military Die tionary from the standpoint of the present literature." Wijhclm Rustow ranks among tbe first cotemporaneous military authors, and from tbe services be has already done in Garibaldi's general staff, as well as the personal courage, decision, and presence of mind, he displayed during the unhap py catastrophe at Cajazzo, he bids fair to appear one day as strong in the battle-field as in bis study. Astonishing Potato Crop. The pota to crop of Iowa, for the present year, is re ported to be truly astonishing. Tbe yield in some instances comes up to 400 and 00 bnsbels to the acre,' and the general average is not much less than 200. The quality of the potatoes is belter than usu al, and far exceeds the best raised in any country we bare ever visited. It is not uncommon to find tbem weighing a pound each, and some Ahat we hare seen weighed three, four and fire pounds. Not a sign of rot or imperfection bits been discoverd. So plenty and cheap are they, that for the past ween many loads have sold at ton cents per bushel. No danger of starring in Iowa at these figures. "Two hundred and cighly-one thou sand bushels of corn were sold at Ports mouth, Ohio, within tbe last two weeks. New Corn sells at 30 cents a bushel. John M. Botts at Lynchburg. Hon. John M. Botta, of Richmond, an eccentric but acute politician, recently made a speech at Lyncbburgh, Va. Some pas sages in it we think, must hare told with effect upon a Virginia audience. After discoursing the right of slave states to se cede, he said : "I bare been talking about the right to dissolve the Union. 1 now come to tbe power to do so. Have yoa the power to secede I it tne United states Govern ment, numbering 32,000,000 people, is clothed with the power I think it is, and that Madison said it was, and which you find during the Administration of General Jackson it actually was, I think it would be a very difficult matter to oppose or resist the United States. There are 32,000,000 of inhabitands including black and whites, and I suppose about 28,000,000 free whites in the United states. We are in the habit of hearing gentle men on the 4th of July, making patriotic speeches, declaring that the government of the united states is able and ready to cope with the world in arms if necessary; and yet it has not the power to resist little South Carolina. Applause. That is blowing hot and cold in the same breath it does not dovetail together well. What is tbe power and what are the re sources of the United States f When you talk about all the Southern States combined competing with the Fed eral Government, it is all moonshine and nonsense when you come to put it into practical operation. Suppose you all go out, what do yon carry t You carry nothing; but you leave everything belling you. You leave the Public Treasury. There is not much of that just now, however, under Mr. Buchan an's Administration; but it is coming in by degrees. ' Laughter. You leave the army, the navy, tbe public lands, the for tifications, all the dockyards, all the public properly of every description, munitions of war and all. And what have you got to fight with. Virginia could not furnish clothes for her men. It hat taken all our money to hang John Brown and his confederates. Laughter. What do you propose lo car ry out with you? Nothing. And what will you fight upon f Nothing. Alabama is in a state of Actual starvation. She had lo call the Legislature lo provide the common necessaries of hfe for the people. I will tell you my opinion on tbe subject. I mean no personal disrespect to any gen tleman. 1 doubt not as Mark Anthony said oT Brutus, they are all honorable men; men who are very bold, chivalric aud pat riotic; possessing any amount of physical courage; but 1 do sav, a more base, nn manly and cowardly proposition was nover submitted to an intelligent people on tbe face of the earth. f Applause.! What is tbeir proposition ? It is to run away, not only before we are whipped, but before we are even struck a blow. Great Applause. "Thb Contbnts of them Kegs." Law yer Mr. Sargent, were you ever in Ben Kimball's .bar room! Witness Yes, sir. L. Did you ever see anything contain ing liquor there ? W. Not as I knows of. L. Well, did you ever see any kegs or barrels there t W. Yes, I seed some kegs. . L. Ah, yes, (exultingly,) you did, then ! Now, sir, t3ll this jury what was in these kegs. W. I don't know. I didn't look in. L. Yes, sir, but were there no marks upon the outside! tickets, or labels, or printing, or writing of some kind ! W. Yes, well there was. I remember it now. I vow, I should have forgotten it, if you hadn't reminded me ! L. Oh, yes, you do, then ; just state then, sir, before you forget, what was there printed, or written! W. It was different on all of 'em ; none had it alike. L. Well, sir, tell us what it said on the first one you saw ! W. Well, I almost forgot it now, bnt I believe it said Gin on the first 'un. L. Gin ! Then, sir, I guess we can find out whnt there was in those kegs, if you didn't look in. Now, sir, will you tell what it said on tbe next one ! W. Well, on the next ono it said Ben Kimball, but I don't s'pose Ben Kimball was inside the keg. Virginia Arming. We learn through a private channel that the attempt to raise a company of "Minute Men" at Richmond, Va., originated in a quarter which, so far from entitling tbe movement to respect, has brought it into general contempt. A friend writes us that "All" sensible men are quietly laughing at tbe matter. Vir ginia is prepared unanimously to resist any invasion on ber rights, but her people are not disposed to organize an armed resis tance to men of straw, that every popin jay politician or disappointed demagogue may set np as target. I be present move ment is in reality too contemptible, when its origin is known, for notice; but .before this reaches you, its author may telegraph to the Herald that Virginia is arming for resistance. In fact, some ambitious tailor has ornamented his windows with the ter rible South Carolina cockade; and the trio of traitors of the New York press will no doubt soon announce this fact with all the alarming portents of capitals. New York Times. "Last winter a little boy of six or eight years, begged a lady to allow him to clean away the snow from ber steps. He had no father or mother, but worked his way by such jobs. On being questioned, he confessed that he often got little to do, and the lady further asked, if he did not fear that he could not gel on. The child looked up with perplexing and inquiring eye, as if uncertain of ber meanidg, and troubled with a new doubt. "Why," said he, "don't you think God will take care of a little feller, if be puts his trust in Him, and does the best he can 1" X3TMrs. Sarah Thompson, aged 55 years, drowned herself at Buffalo, on Tues day morning, while in a state of mental derangement. Mrs. T. bad been unwell for some time, and bad slept with her daughter and servant girl. On the morn ing in question she got out of bed unno ticed, went to the cistern, took off the cov er, and went in, drawing the cover on again. Her body was found at seven o'clock, yet warm but dead. j"A young girl was outraged by five boy fiends, at Albany, one night last week. She stated the she was 17 years old, nam ed Mary Merritt, from Cornwell, Vt., and a stranger in the city. The police have ber in care till her friends can be communica ted with. Ayer's Sarsaparilla A compound remedy, designed to be the most effectual Alterative that ran be made. It is a concentrated extract of Para Sarscpari!!, so combined with other suustnnccs of Mill greater alterative power as to afford an tflVr tive antidote "for the diseases Sarsaparilia is reputed to cure. It is believed that such a remedy is wanted by those who suffer from Strumous complaints, and that one which it-ill accomplish their cure must prove of immense service to this large class of our afflicted fellow citizens. Uow completely this compound will do it has been proven by experiment on many of the worst cases to be found of the following complaints: SCBOFULA A5D ScEOFDLOCS CoMFHIXTS, Eruption's and EaurrrvE Diseases, Ulceus, Pimples, Blotches, Tumors, Salt Ruevjc, Scald Head, Srruixis and Sttiiilitic Af fections, Mebccbial Disease, Duoimt, Nev balou. oa Tic Douloureux, Debility, Dys pepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Hose oa St. Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whole class of complaints arising from Iupcnrrr op the Blood. This compound will be found a great pro moter of health, when taken in the spring, to expel the foul humors which fester in the blood at that season of the year. By the time ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous sores, through which 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 ths vitiated blood whenever you did its impurities bursting through the skin ill pimples, eruptions, or sores; cleanse it when you find it is ob structed and 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. Keep the blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this naouium oi me disordered, tnere can bi no lasting health. Sooner or later something 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 but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla, or any thing else. During late years the public have been mis led by large tattles, pretending to give a quart 01 Extract of sarsaparilla fur one dollar. Most of these have been frauds upon the sick, for they not only contain little, if any, barsapa rilla, but often no curative properties whatev er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment has followed the use of the various extracts of Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the name itself is justly despised, and lias become synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still we 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 wc think we have ground for believing it lias virtues which arc irresistible by the 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 tne uotue. HIEFABED BY DR. J". C. AYEK & GO. LOWELL,, MASS. Price, $1 per Bottle Six Battles far $9, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has won for itself such a renown for the care of every variety of Ihroat and Lung Complaint, that it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em ployed. As it lias long been in constant use throughout this section, tve need not do more than assure the people its quality is kept up to the best it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to do for their relief all it has ever been found to do. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, TOR TEE CUBE OP Costiveness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache, Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Shin Diseases, Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and Salt lUtctan, Worms, Gout, Aeuralyia, as a Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Blood. They are sugar-Boated, so that the most sensi tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a family physic Fries 25 cents per Box ; Fiva boxes for $1.00. Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States men, and eminent personages, have lent their names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these remedies, but our space here will not permit the insertion of them. The Agents below named fur nish gratis our American Almanac in which they arc given ; with also full descriptions of the above complaints, and the treatment that should be fol lowed for their cure. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other preparations they make more profit on. Demand Ayer's, and 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. Nov.l, I860 11 USE HAZLETT"S Rheumatic Liniment. FOR Colic, For Diarrhea, For Cholera Vorbos, For Cramps, For Sprains, For Bruise, For Rheumatism, For Pains and Aches, For Neuralgia, For Toothache, Internally and externally. For man and beast, Use Hazlelts Liniment. FOB SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Are you Bilious? Do jon need a Physic, Take'tha best. Take HazletCs Cathartic Liver Pills. FOE SALE AT THE BOOKSTORE. Have you Ague or Fever? Have yon Headache? Have yoa lost your Appetite? Does your back or bones ache? Are yoa sick? Take HazletCs Cathartic Liver Pills. Are yoa Bilioas? D o yoa need a Physic? Take the Best, Take HazletCs Cathartic Liver Pills. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Von Humbolt's German Bitters, For Dyspepsia, For Sick Headache, For Fever and Acme. For Jaundice, r or iow spirits, For Debility, For Weak Females For Oppression of the Stomach, or raipitauon oi ins neart For Weak Nerves, Use Ton Humbolt's Celebrated German sitters. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Auz 1,1860 vsnSl. MATHEWS Celebrated Venetian yoDDiD had wm To be used either with or witbout accompanying Preparation. THIS la eon6denty recommended as the" best of its class. Of all Uair Dyes yet invented, it is The Cheapest; Rich bottle containing double the quantity of coloring material put np by any other maker, while it is sold at only oii-iiu tbe usual rues. It is THE SAFEST, '!i1.H0JL,,j?7the,hltt,,r or lnPir h floss of the most delicate hair. It does not cause that dry, shrlvel trtappearance so commonly produced by other articles. The Most Convenient. Where used without tbe preparation it la nnt an In ONE BOTTLE ONLY, tbua,aing0;b.,nnn!eDn of several liquids, requiring great care for their success ful use. Or when an instantaneous color is required it may be ased with the preparation; the directions for which are ample and easily followed. It affords ' TDK GREATEST VARIETY AlfD BEAITY Of COLOR of anr hair dre In 'use. Any nhade. from a WrM hM. to a jet-black, maj be obtained at will. Gray hair mar be restored to its original color, and brd or lihht hair may be made to match any dark iihade. The color pro duced la as permanent aa the hair itself It will not fads, ViiuOuTOK ckocx; and the hair retains ita soft and natural appearance. Ample direction accompany each bottle. PRICE, SO OEJSTTS. For sale at the Book Store. MILLERSBURG, OHIO. Sept. , 1990 s S. B. WEIRICH & BRO., Deala English, German and American HARDWARE, Jhiniflinqs, yJi biofi)?, &c. MILIERSBURG OHIO ALL RIGHT NOW. The throng that so long, Has been going all wrony. ire now Baying their Hardware of H cinch & Bro. Our goods are all new And the prices right too. It the Store of S. Weirich & Brother, So follow the throng That are hurrying along To the Store of Weirich & Brother. Which is full from the floor to the shelves Of Iron, Pitch Forks, Whetstones and Ax helves. Just look at the Sore of Weirich & Bro So follow the throng That are hurrying along For Hardware to Weirich & Brother Look at the "rushing," And avoid the "pressing, But follow the throng That are hurrying along. To bay tbeir Hardware, Glass,NaiIs &c., ct WmcIi & Brother. June 9, 1859 42tf H. S. WESTOIST ALONE! Come and See IVTe, I HAVE THE CIIOISEST STOCK of Gro ceries and Provisions in &iiUerbuiv, and will still us cheap and some tmngs a lime cneaper man any may else. My Stock is Complete and entirely new and better articles than are asoalljr k'ptinaurocery ana fro vision store. ALL KINDS OF FRUITS in their season, and of the BEST QUALITY. In short when yon bare been cverv place else and can't find what yon want call on me. 1 hare rot it. H.S. WESTON. Hillersbnrg, Aug.S,lS60. TEA, Tonne Hyson and Black, at WESTON'S. TrT Cent Young Hyson Tea for 50 cts. Try it, Oat WESTON'S lure Cider Vlncsmrof oar own make, at WESTON'S. 0 I,D Government, Java, aud Rio Cofiecs, as cneap aca & gooa as me r.esi, at nuiufl 3. s: I'CARS, Pulverized, Coffee, Orleans, and Aiaoa ot tue very nest, at w c.iiui a. E nglisli Cracklcrs, Sugar, Boston, Hod a A'ic-AicanaasuiicrvrticiLerH,ai ntaiuft a, ice, Pearled Barley, Sago and Mnccnro- ni, at .- ni.aiuA a. M Tackerel No 1 and 2, Whltefinh, Herring, XTJ "icl.erei, etc at wtsiuu o. Tironson'a Tobacco and Elvrio. Cigar, at r WESTON'S )owder, Shot, Lead and Caps, at WESTON'S. "preserved Citron, Seedless Kanins, W. B. I itaisins, and candies, an endless Tarietv, at WESTON'S. Svrnp and Molasses, of the Terr best quality at WESTON'S. Dietetic Salaratns, Launder Starch, a new article. Fancy Soaps, German Soap, Rosin Soap, Corn Starch, SXasnn's Blacknlng, Essence of Eanghphy, Ginger, Mustard. Spice, Pepper. Cinnamon, Clares, Nutmeg, Indigo, and Washing Bine. a new article for blueing elotbs. BUY IT AND TRY IT. ' at WESTON'S. SEWING MACHINE. WEST & WILSON'S Patent Double Thread Patented June 29tA, 1858. PRICE FROM $30,00 TO 950,00, according to style; unequalled for SpeeV, Beauty, Durability ol rtitch and eennomy in price. This truly celebrated Machine took the first premium at the Ohio State Fair, held atSandunky, Sept. 16,1858, also at every County Fair in tbe State where the same was exhibited. No machine has erer been offered to the public com bining to many excellencies as the West ft Wilson ma chine. An impartial examination will convince the most sRppiirai ui tn.il lacu Send for a circular containing fall particulars ofpriees, testimonials, illustration of stitch, Ac All letters of inquiry, orders for machine, circulars, samples of work, will receive prompt attention by ad dressing m.ini, uen. Agent, ur, r. jusiJiiiua, irar. Agent, P. O. address, Sullivan, Ashland CoO. tnr Machines warranted and full directions siren for UKine wun.-nT. extra cnanre. jr We hare an excellent Hemmer that can be at tached to our machine for those who may desire. Certificates We. the undersigned citizens of Woonter. Wavno countr. Ohio., have used West k Wilson's Familv Sew ing Machine ia our families, and cheerfully recommend me same ior a jamiiy Dewing Jiacntne. neai sicoy. j. a. Uranaaj, B. Barrett. B. J.Jones, Ohio F. Jones, George Wilcox, John P Jeffries, 8.B. Bonewits. May 24, I860. 40tf L. G. B. NEW GROCERY AM PROVISION STORE. M. FIKE, RESPECTFULLY Inform his friends and the public generally that he has opened I NEW GROCERY STORE, in the rooms immediately opposite the Court House. In his stock will be found the best ol Teas, Coffees, Sugars of all kinds, FUh, Molauet, bait, Tobaccos, Handles, Jiamns, Muts, Fruit of all hinds. Choice Wines & Liquors, FLOUR & MEAL. Candies, Cakes, and Crackers. in large quantities to sell either wholesale or retail, which he offers on the most reasonable terms either for cash or apprevjd couutry produce. Don't forget to call at FIRE'S, opposite the Court House. COME TO M'CRORY I CRAIGHEAD'S PVTIN SHOP u UI cc co WHS RE yon can get them all right in every way. Don't be hnmbnged any longer by pedlars who are carrying stores over tbe country, that are all scrap iron stuck together, aud very poorly stuck at that, Com where you can get stores that are all new iron, and made at the best stove works in the world; and when you get a stove you get almost tbe pricnef it in trimmings. ALL WORK WARRANTED, ornosale. Brass, Copper, Sheet Iron, Pressed and Japanned ware, on hand at all times, and for sale wholesale and retail SPOTTTINQ1 none on a new plan, which is superior to all others. All kinds of trade tak-n in ex change for .ore or ware. McCKORY k CRAIGHEAD. Aug.23, 1859 renltf. r n C o UR STOVES! NEW MILLINERY AD Dress - Making Establishment! Kirs. BENNETT & Zttis CLEJIENCE, RE3PECTFCLLY inform the ladies of Millersburg and Holmes county, that they are now receivingat mer store, inree uoors east oi Cherry holmes Store, a Cue and ex tensive assortment of Millinery Goods and Dress Trimmings, which they will sell unusually low. Their stock comprises every description of Chips and Willow Hals, A large assortment of Straw Goods and Children's Hats, French and American Flowers and Ribbons. E VER Y VARIETY OF R USEES. Embroideries Very Cheap. An improved patera in Corsets, adapted to improve the form and fit with ease and comfort to the wearer. WA7EH SPRING AND OTHER SKIRTS, at prices to suit everybody. FALSE HAIR IN LRAIDS AND BANDS, BATCUELOR'S HAIR DIE, The best in the world always on hand. DRESS-MAKING,' in all its branches, cutting and fitting done at the short est notice. Patera received direct from Paris mothly. 23PBteaching and cleaning bonnets done on short notice. OSTAHPIXG done to order. Stamped pa terns for sale. Miss CLKMEKCE'S experience, correct business hab its and good taste, will commend her to all who may call on ner, ana tnose wno may tavor us wiin ineir patron age may rest assurred that no pains will be spared to please. Mrs. B. buys all ber goods in New York, for earn, therefore can sen cneap. Millersburg, April 26, 1S60. HEBRON & SON, OSALISS IS IIARIMVARE, Iron, Nails, Glass, &c., (MILLERSBUHa, O. Hare jost received a new and well selected STOCK OF GOODS. to which they invite attention. IF YOU WANTJrTo to Hebron k Son. IF YOU WANT"dpcr quality, go to Hebron & Son. IF YOU YANTdDow0sKnr. mide and strong, go to liebrun k Son. IF YOU WANT that are good, go to Hebron & Son. IF YOUWANToW'oTa1? merican Manufacture, go to Hebron k Son. IF YOU WANT Coach Trimmings, kcy go to Hebron k Son. TF YOU WAOTLS.Sa or anything in the tool line, go to Hebron k Son. TF YOU WANT "lis Coil Well, or Halter Chain, go to Hebron k Son. TF YOU WANTpAoSetTc go to Hebron k Son. IF YOU WANTofjo to Hebronfe Son. IF YOU WAOTSitaiS: from a bodkin to an Anvil, go to Hebron k Son. TF YOU WANTtoXo! ron & Son. Sept. 15, 1859. 1 J. EBERHARDT, Manufacturer and Dealer IN ALL KINTS OIT AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE WORKS. Monuments, Tombs and Head Stones on hand and made to order on the shortest possible notice, and at such low prices too that will astonish the natives. Shop on Main Street. Millersburg, April 12, 1960. 1,000 REWARD. TT is generally conceived that money saved is just as iwu tuai wuicu is tsaxueu. a uo war lo savo mo ney is to bay cheap. reopie donotaiways know wnere to buy the Cheapest and Best Groceries, And just for the benefit of particular friends, and the dear people generally their humble servant put himoelf to the trouble of writing the fact and havine it nub- lished that LOUIS FRITZ Has a very larre and superior stock of evervthintr usu ally lound in s GROCERY & PROVISION STORE. Let no one be backward about calling everybody rush right nn to Frit's, where they can bur more for a quarter than any other Grocery "in these diggings." LsViSlO J-K116. june21,1860 44 . SELLING OFF AT COST! Now is your time to secure BAEGAIKS! CLOTIIIJVtt To he given away at cost price for the next 30 days. IN order to make room for an extansire stock of new roods for the fall trade, w. now offer to the onhhe for tbe next 30 DAYS the remainder of onr Summer oods AT COST PRICES. All are Inrited to rail at the I'nitrd States Clothinr Store, at the alrn of the 'Little Giant" to get rood Bargains in KtiadyMade (Jlotuinr and l.enllemen r up nMiinr floods. 8. B. HOFFMAN CO. auieraburg, AUf. 6, 18GO- Fancy Baskets. NEW LOT JUST RECEIVED t the BOOK 8TORE. is in of for nt. DR. J. K. RAIFF, Druggist & Apothecary, DEALER nt PCUI Pharmactniical Preparations of Standard Strength, Pure Wines and Liquor t Surgical JnttrwrnenU, Perfumery, PainU, Oils, amhltct, &., &c.. RESPECTFULLY invites the consideration of the medical profession and families to his complete :iutl varied assortment of all articles usually kept in such an establishment. The character of the stock, is of the first quality Physicians and families favoring him with their pat ronaee. may confidently relv upon receivinor medicines which will not disappoint them at the bedside of the sick. Every article leaving this establishment is war ranted strictly as represented, and will be carefully put up and accurately Libeled. Physicians in the country, who may be unable to make tb? ir purchases in person, will Und it to their ad vantage to order. Empire Hotel Bloclv, MILLERSBURG, OHIO April 7. 1859-331J THE BEST COOK STOVE IS THB BltlifMff BECAUSE It Bakes Perfect, Good Draft, Doors fit Close, Joints fit Tight. Plates arc heavy, No Wood Wasted, Always a Supply of hot water, Snperior Boiling Arrangements, Took the 1st Premium at last Fair Fruit dried and Victuals kept warm without burning them. IS SOLD CHEAP And has other good qualities without number. E"!" Beware of imitations, formanr win seek to imi tate, but call and see the genuine at the Big Coffee Pot. iva. chai , soie Agent. UCt. 13, iV Important to Farmers, Farriers and Horsemen. -T AIPP'S TS WARRANTED to cure or remove all the fol X lowing named diseases of the hone, such as Spavins, Ringbone, Splint, Curbs, and WindgaUs, or any other Lumps or breedings, that mny arise on the horse from any cause whatever. or wherever located, it has also been said by those who nave urea tue i.imment that it will cure 1o11-yu and Fis'uli, if applied in time. fTiGive it a trial, and if after nsintr it according to directions, you are not satisfied as to its efficacy, return uie ootue ana we win reluna your meney. SOLD BY J. K. RAIFF, DRUGGIST, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. 0ct27,lS59 10tf GROCERY STORE. QODFREY ITNER has removed his Grocery and Provision Store, To the Rooms formerly occupied by Fry's Jewelry Store. His roods are of tbe verr best oualitr. careful! v select- eu ana win oesoia on snort r rents. All who want to buj tbe best quality ot GROCERIES should call. 6. IT.N ER. April 28, I860. n3Ttf NEW GROCERY PROVISION STORE GEOEGE WOLF has purchased tbe Grocoryand Provision Store of John Stoll. and received in ad dition thereto a large btock of Family Groceries and Provisions of erery kind. We tivie special attention to his SIOCK oi TEAS, COFFEE, or all grades and prices. MOLASSES, SYRUPS, &C. great rarietj at low prices. Fruits, Wuts, Tobacco, Cigars, Cheese, Crackers, Fish, and other article that it would taks s column to enu merate. Tbe highest price win be naid fox all kinds of country Call and See for Yourselves. 8 T Remember the place; the rooms heretofore oe- iuicu ot jons SIOU. Jane 21.1880 44tf TT A TXLAXN ain on the Road! TTAVINO laid by for a lew weeks to wood and water J.Jaanaotnerwise ni an, tbe niwririii inlorms his old friends and tbe public in gorl that be again in the BOOT A. SHOE BUSINESS, all its rarious branches. In addition to the stock on hand he has added A NEW STOCK tbe newest styles of Boots and Shoes ffnr gentlemen; Ladies' Shoes, a large Misses ana miiuren s snoee. II eniDlnvs the lnt workmen, and doe all kinds of cuRtoiu work to ordf r. 11 la not onlv a friend to all men, but keeps fine things (HntlingM) of all kinds for shoemakers, such a Lentlipr, leasts. Pegs, Thread and Nails. Tbe Books. Notes kc are in my possession for set- tlemvnt. Remember the place set year Face Hatt'a Shoe Shop If yon want a road Job and a neat C. HATT. Jnne31,lS0 14 " mm pnii mi i I Ag be on Blood Purifier and Elood Pills. IQ) pi DR. RO BACK'S Scandinavian Remedies. WHEN Dr. Robacx, tb celebrated Swedish Physi cian, introduced hia Blood Purifier and Blood Pill, in the United States, he set forth in plain langaare their enratire properties. 1 his was years ago. The task of reeommendingiheni has since been bukeaewje ktskmmds. Eoligbtenen men whose ebarcter for sound judgment sod philosophy gives their opinions weight in tbeconunnnity, men who observe, reflect, and make "assurance doubly anr, before they decide are everywhere approving and nrrringthrnaeof these wonderful Preparations. All who confide in the wisdom and honesty of this class, or who chose to investigate for themselves are sow of ess stand on this important subject. Dr. Boback invites ths attention of the sick ths ' ORIGINAL, LETTERS . . From members of the Medical Profession, editors of pub lic journals, well known Merchants and Famers, and In dies of the highest respectability, giving accounts of ex traordinary cures wrought by the remedies, of which cores they themselves were Eye Witnesses. These parties may be consulted personally er by letter, by those who bsve any donbt . on the subject. Theev idrnce in the possession of Or. Kohack, which la at all times accessible to tb public, establishes ths following. Facts t That the BLOOD PCRIFIER and BLOOD PILLS haver been proved by analysis to Contain no mineral) That they cure the almost universal complaint. Dyspepsia with asm'af etrfarare, and in a very short time, thai after all other medicines have proved useless, they relic r. Liver Complaint, and restore ths health and strength of tb ssflersr. That Sick Femalea, who bare languished for years in helpless weakness and despondency, recuperate wilh great rapidity under their invirrorating operation. That all sexnil disabilities ar removed by their cordial and gently stimulating proper ties. That they recruit Shattered Constitutions), however they may have been trified with and abused; that their direct tendency is to lengthen life and render it en joyable. That operating directly upon ths awaVsu toe in Ins MoeJ, they Canse Soon to Heal, and dlscbarre from the system, every t int of Scrofula, whether hereditary or otherwise. That they Beernit tbe Debilitated, ami that there is no disease of the Stomach and Bowels, the liver, tbe nervona system, ths skin, the glands or " muscles, in which tbey do not give prompt relief, and (if administered before tbe very citadel of liie has been in vaded,) elfcct a pniniers and perfect cure. Bear in mind that the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills are endorsed by the experience of thousands of liv ing witnesses, who in letters, affidavits, medical words, and by word of mouth, proclaim thrm to be the very best preparation of the kino ever offered to ths broken down victims f ill health. They hunt disease through every avenue and organ of thesystem,and to expel ittherourh 1 and permanently. No one can donbt their superinrity after ons single trial they are nrt only better but, in met, cheaper than ony othiir Pills, for it takes a less number of them to pro duce a better etfect. Price ! the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood PuriBer, $1 per bottle, or $5 per haU dozen. Of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills, 24 cents per box, or i boxes for $1. Kead Dr. Roback's Special notices and Certificates, pub lished in a conspicuous part of this Paper frfni time t. time." . Dr. Robael ITedieal Almanac and family Adviser, con taining a great variety of interesting aud valuable Medi cal information, can be had gratis of any of his Agents throughout the country. In difficult and complicated esses. Dr. He-back may be consulted personally or by letter enclosing en staap for From Rev. air. ttcHrux, Pastor of Roberts Chapel. , 1-vniasarous, Octobers, 1867. Dr.CW.KoBiCg DearSin I have used vour Blood Purifier for a nervous affection, from which I have snuVr ed much at times. While it is pleasant to the t iste, it certainly hnppy effect upon the nerves. Please accent my thanks for your kind regards, aud brliev. me Yours. . J. W.T UcML'LLEX. or Sale in Holmes county by H. Terrin, Millers burg: J. Kudy, Berlin; Jan. Hanna, Holmeavile; U.Cer ber, Wineshurg; H. Poraerene, Middleto.n; J. C. Long shore, Nashville; H. Bridler, Lakevilla; Jos Platy, Sal tillo; G. W. Conyer, Oxford; Aaron Krim, Carlisle; and bv Druggists and Marchanta generally th'ouKb.nt th Lnion. . Jnne 2,1859 41 tf. LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER! Patronize your own Yards. New Lumber Yard jost opened in Killersbnrg, NEAR THE RAILROAD LASDLXG, TTTHERE IfOIT CAN ALWAYS GET at T T Cleveland prices, freight tothisalace added,) all sorts of PITH: AND POPLAR LUMBER, Shingles and Plastering laths, MATCHED FLOORING & SiDINS, Sash and Doors, Embracing all the varieties usually found in Lumber Yards elsewhere. We ask ths public patronage, promis ing that they shall be fairly dealt with. Our present assortment is very good, bnt we expect to made additions to it from day to day, aa the wants of ths country an understood- GIVE US A CALL. JAMES HULL. March29,1860. ' B.W.EX03 BBICK! BRICK! THE undersigned respectfully inform the public that they have now readv for delivery at their v ard, of a mile north of Hillersbnrg, s large lot of EXCELLENT BRICK. They are constantly manufacturing and therefore cars supply any quantity that may be called for. J. P. DICMAW, Aug.5,18iO-50tf CHARLES SCHROEDER FIRE!!! JUST RECEIVED, s line lot of PUMPS, of alt kinds, from the smallest cistern to the largest Force, Engine or Well Pnmp. This fs ths best Pumo made is s Horns Protection against fire; will throw water over any ordinary two story houss. Sold cheap by BRAY, th. Tinner A T THE BIG COFFEE POT. April 19. 1M0 Sotf TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. THE subscribers respectfully invite ths attention of Merchants to their stock of TtT G-003DS! Fancy Goods, AND jEst o t i o 3sr s . V parchiiru direct from nanafsctarera or thtir Im mediate agents, and an therefore prepared to SELL AT AS LOW PRICES ssany honas in ths Esastsrn dtiss. G-ive ns a call and see for yorr- seives. C. Y EAGER dc CO 110 Xarkst at, PiUafaurga Pa. Dec 29, 1849 lu EETTBEEG & HAUSMANN, inrosTusor jjtn ssauaa ui Fancy Goods, Toys, Baskets, airs YANKEE NOTIONS, iAtliofSreaTnmiiii Bwrj, Xophjr a. Sethi. IoJ. E.TUBKOIPF.RIF.S AndettiyiUnf Mmaily kept in a Fosuy Sfarw, 33 SUPERIOR ST, CLEVELAND, O, iootrs arrrsxas, - - - - nupouw mxrsmM THE subscriber tirs leave to say to those en' gaged is Sugar Cam ranting that Qnj earn accommodated with NO. 1 MILLS abort notice, and RaaoaaUa tons, at tha Steam Fonadrj, Millersburg, Ohio. Also, that celebrated composition that las bees selling fcr seres dollars, eaa bsi had at the Steam Foundry for firs dollars. J. II. VAN BK0CKU1J. . July H. 47tf ... SILK NETS 'OR LITTLE GIRLS sad suet, one for ths ' largsr one, just rscrved at ths ' BOOK STOftS.