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WASHINGTON, Dec. 3. Some of the political friend of Vice President Breckeuridge waited on him Sat urday, and tendered him serenade which he declined. A consultation is being held to-night be tween the several delegations of the South ern States. The object seems to be the co-operation of the border Slave States in (be secession movement. The Treasury to day was enabled to pay only about 25 per cent of the mileage of Congressmen. The projected meeting to-night of the Union members and Senators, has been in definitely postponed, at the request of Mr. Crittendon. Naval estimates for the year are over 11, 500,000 dollars. The President's Message males eight colums of the Constitution newspaper. Three and a half of it are devoted to se session. Dispatches from Fort Scott to the In terior Department, dated 25th, says the business of the office has not been inter fered with, nor likely to be. Montgom ery's raids amounts to nothing. From Georgia. MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. Dec. 3. In the House to-day, the preamble and resolutions proposing a conference of the Southern States at Atlanta, on the 20th of February, to counsel and advise as to the mode and manner of resistance to the North in the existing emergency, was made the special order, for to-morrew. The preamble and resolutions take strong grounds in favor of having all sectional questions finally settled, and objects to sep arate action. Spirit of the Washington Letters. The Cincinnati Commercials telegraph letter says : WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. Republicans begin to look to Ben. Wade as their champion, and when be speaks he will take the bull by the horns. He holds that the "nigger" is a pretext for secession, and the desire for an aristocratic govern ment South the cause. Republicans in lbs House will generally keep their mouths closed and ears open. Some can't do this, however. Backs have generally stiffened since the majorities from the North have arrived. The Cincinnati Gazette's telegraph let ter says: WASHINGTON, Dec. 2. Every variety of opinion is of course ex pressed, and the secessionists and conserv ative equally find information entirely sat isfactory to themselves. The sensation correspondents of the New York journals send off regularly two dispatcliss per diem. The one announcing the entire safety of the Union, and the other its certain and in evitable destruction. The Republicans, however, while will ing to concede everything that South is entiled to under the Constitution, will take no step backward. That party will stand firmly upon their platform of prin ciples as adopted at Chicago. It is believ ed, however, by moderate men ef all sec tions, that the North cau consistently agree upon niejisurers that will leave no Southern State the shadow ot an excuse for seceding. The Message will be forwarded no fur ther North than New York in advance. The "Old Pub. Func" can send a special messenger with )t's Message to South Carolina, but be knows no North, no East, no West. Ens. Herald. 50,000 for Lincoln. The New York State canvassers have completed their labors. The official foot ings on Electors, as far as heard from, as suming Grange and Sullivan counties as hertofore reported, areas follows: Lincoln Electors 362,646 Fusion Electors.. ...312,510 Mnj.for Lincoln... 50,136 The Canvassers nt having received re turns from Orange and Sullivan Counties, completed the canvas without their vote. Exports for the Ybar. The New York Courier and Enquirer suras up the ex ports for the present jear, so far, as follows ; 1,620,000 bbls. flour, 11,000,000 bu. wheat, 3,500,000 bu. corn, 92,000 pkgs. beef, 103,000 bbls. pork, 15,000,000 lbs. bacon, 14,000,000 lbs. lard, 22,600,000 lbs cheese, 8,600,000 lbs butter, 15,309 casks pot ad pearl ashes, 212,500 lbs. beeswax, 513,000 bbls. rosiB, 61,000 bbls. spirits turpentine, 30,000 casks rice, and 5.R00.000 lbs. tobacco, 11,100,000 lbs. tallrhiv i snn nnn lh. whalaW. fin nnn pkgs. domestic cotton goods fur exceed ing, in nearly all these items, not only last year, but any previous year, although in naval stores the export has been checked by the rapid advance in freights to for eign ports. Forty Babies in trn Days! Lb Claire Against the World. As an in stance of the rapid increase in importance and population of the western country as an instance of. the cheering abundance of Scott county as an instance of the sound ness of the citizens of Le Claire on the goose question, we chronicle' the fact we point with feelings of just county pride to the imposing Jact, that the full number of forty births liavo taken place in the town of Le Claire within the last ten days ! Talk about your big potatoes; about your wheat forty bushels to the acre: talk about secession and disunion, and all such stuff that ain't nothing compared with this mighty vindication of Iowa progress and Iowa Institutions. Forty babies in ten tdays; forty homes made happy ; forty jubi lant fathers; forty cradies to rock; forty thousand screams! Jerusalem what a county ! The doctors say that the good mothers are "as well as could be expected," thank you ; and the children are all smart, healthy, pretty; able to draw their regular rations, and principally girls. Davenport ( Iowa ) Gazette. v Tjrt Great Eastern. The report of the Board of Directors state that the re mittance from the United Slates as the proceeds of the voyge, were 170,000, but It would require 875,000, to fji her voyage, and therefore this will be deferred till another season. The iron plates of the ship have not worked in the slightest de gree, not a single boat had started, and the appearance of the ship's bottom was iifrtiItr'cfttiafAf.nrV- Tlin nrincinnl rlttfprtQ : O ' J " J I 1 -.-V-- were the decks and the metal bushes of toe bearing of the screw snaft, wbicn bad worn down four inches through the gun metal and two inches through the wrought iron blocks supporting them. Products or thi United States. The value of the agricultural products of trie Uuited Slates in I860 is estimated to be 1 1,600,000,000 occording to the census of that year. The value of Indian corn was reported at 1296,000,000; wheat $100,485,552: cotton $98,000,000; bay 197,000,000; oats $50,000,000; butter 150,000,000; potatoes 148,000,000; wool $16,000,060; tobacco $14,000,000; cane sugar $12,000,000, Sc Tbe value of all the agricultural products for the past year cannot bave been lees than 2,400,000, 000, or adding increase of fifty per cent to each of the above items, tbe result will probably approximate the actual value of the dinerent products of tbe past year. - X9The Slate Convention in South Carolina is called for tbe purpose of Seced ing that of Georgia for Deliberating and those of Alabama, .Mississippi and Louisiana for Consulting. 50,000 for Lincoln. Special Notices. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Z. & C. R. R. Trains leave JIUlersburg: Express . 6:45 A. M, Accommodation 11:10 P. M, Arrive at Hillersburg: Acoramadatioo .... ...... . 4:27 P. M Express 850 P.M. PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. GOING WEST. Fast Express 5:55 A. M. Mail 2:35 P. M. Express Passenger ........6:03 P. M. GOING EAST. Mail 9:21 A. M. Fast Express 3:00 P. M. Exress Passenger 9:00 P. M. METHSALEH lived to be upward of nine hundred years old, but seventy years is now the age of man, and in order to reach even this aire, it is requisite to ennra well I be health Slight ailments, oft neglected, lead to serious dcases. Immediate relief is afforded in cases of Sick Headache, which is frequently the fore runner of revere illness, lv the use ol lu SON'S PILLS, which are irroiiarcd and Bold by B. L. FAHXESTOCK fc CO., Wholesale imierjists, ana I'roprietors ol 13. 1,. t Ann & STOCK'S VERMIFUGE. No. 60, Corner of wood and Fourth Streets. Pittsburg, Pa., and II. Ycrgin and J. K. Itaiff, MillcTsburjr, O. "Reduced by DrwprpHia to a Mere Skeleton." Cubed bt "BaaBAVi's Holland Bittebs. Mr. A. Matchett. a trader probably as well known as any man in Western' Pennsylvania, state af follows: "1 met villi a farmer in Arm strong county who was reduced by Dyspepsialo mere skeleton. I persuaded niru to buy a bottle of Ba-rbares's Holland Bitters, believing it would cure him. Meeting him some months alter, what was my astonishment at finding Mm a hale, hearty mar ; he told me he now weighed 200 pound, and this wonderful change had been produced by Bo?rhave Holland Bitters to which be attributed solely his restoration." Hair Restorative. Mr G. Sechbist's Hair Restorative is brought before the public at the instance of persons who have tried and proved its virtues. We, for one, do know of a verity that the Restorative pos sesses I lie qualities for which it is recommend ed. Hundreds of persons have tried it, and in everv case proved beneficial results. It restores the hair to its natural color, gives it viiror of growth, and leaves no Micky, rough or greasy fei'iiugs, and prevents all tendency to baldness. It is not a dte. but ukstoeattve; stimulating tbe hair to activity, and brings back to the bead the glossy locks of yonth. Simanit Beacon. See advertisement and circulars. HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC )cmic0patl)ic ttcmc&ics HAVE now been before the pntilic for fire .rears, and have erery where won frolden opinions from tbe mary thousand, who bare used them. Simple, free from intricacy, technicality, or danger, they bare -become the resource and aid of the parent, traveler, nnre,or invalid, and hnre become the family physician and medical adviser, of thousands of families. No where have they been tried without having been approved, and their highest appreciation is among those who have known them longest, and mort intimately. S. B. A full set of Humphrey's Homeopathic Speci fics, with Book of Directions, and twenty different rem edies, in large vials, morocco case, $5; ditto, in plain case, $4; case of fifteen boxes, and Book, $2. Single boxes, 25 cents and 50 cents. The Remedies, by the single box or case, are sent by mail or express, free of charge to any address, on receipt of the price. Address Ilr. r H UHI PHR EYS Sz CO No.562 Bmadwnv. N.ew-York. Sold by IT. "5TEPtQI3Nr, Milierburg, Ohio. March 22, 1860-31 GOING EAST. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, Nov. 29, 1860. Flour 5.50$6,00 Clovcrseed .$4,00 1,25 Buckwheat flonr.$l0 Flaxseed $1.0(1 Rveflour Kcwt. $1,50 Timo'ydo $$1.75200 tfheal 75t$85 Green Apples 50 Cora 2530 Dried Apples 75 Oats 20 Dried Peaches. . . $ 1 ,75 Rye 40 Smoked Hams...89 Barley 405U Smoked Shoulders... 6 Butter 14 Smoked Sides 7 Eggs 12 DressdPork 4,50o,00 Lard 8 J. B. ALBAN; Dentist, MILL.ERSBURG, O. Artificial teeth in serted on Gold. Silver. Vulcanite 4 P Porcelain base. Teeth Kxtracted, Cleaned or filled. Satisfaction warran ted. Boom at the "Ellison House." Nor.28.1860.-yl. g To Merchants, Mechan-g f fy ics, Farmers, Labor- f 111 ing Men and every body call on CONRAD HATT and examine his MAMMOTH STOCK OF Jt is nseless for ns ti particularize. Sufficient to say, we have a general stock af boo!R 4 Shoes, for Meg, Womea. Misses and Children. Suitable for all time, places and seasons, and can sell, and will sell, as low as any house is Ohio, of the name quality and style ol goods. Fits, Fits, Fits. Like tha Phvsiciaa that cured every disease, by first throwing his patients into fits, he will give all his customers fits. Also, a general assortment of a im ry? 32, Shoemakers' Findings, Ac, ' To which he invites the attention of those wish ing to purchase. C. HATT. Nor 22, '60 14 - - - Woolen Hoods. "'HI lxrgMt uaortmant rer before brnapht to Mll- lerebnrg, jmt retired it tbe BOOK STORE. NOW OPEINIxAG! Jas. Hebron & Son, THUS - Fall and Winter Stock of HARDWARE, . - IRON, ' '; NAILS, GLASS, PAINTS, -OILS, CARPENTERS' TOOLS, SADDLERS TOOLS, . -DOORS,., SASH, BLINDS, saddlery;; " -coach trimmings, POCKET CUTLERY, &C, &C, &C. And all kinds of roods nsnally kept in a well assorted Hardware Stock, all of which will be sold at verv low figures. Purchasers are requested to examine oar stock before baying euewnere. Remember the Place, Not. 29, 1860. Opposite the Public Buildings, 33123 YOU? DID YOU DSD YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU JovemberS, IS '30. Go in to Cook's to eee his NEW STOCK OF WATCHES. It iff decidedly the largest and best stock ot litis kind ever brought to Millersburg. GO IX TO COOK'S and see his new stock of CLOCKS? If not, go at once. GO IN TO COOK'S to see what a MAGNIFICENT AXD CHEAP IOT OF JEWELRY, he has just received. - GO TO COOX'S AT CNCE. C. L. COOK. Ci. SECnitlST'S HAIR RESTORATIVE THE BEST PREPABATION KA'OWtf FOE THE HUMAN HAIR. WILL restore irhiteorgray hair to its orig inal color. Will restore tbe natural secretions. Will remot e at once all itching. Will remove all daudruffi. Will make th hair suft and glossy. . Will make th- old appear young again. Will preserve their hair to old age. Will alwavs insten it.and ston ita folios-.and is oneof the best toilet articles in use.. : . v - Bead the following Certificate. Of Judge D. K. Tilden, who is well known throughout JN ortbern Uluo. .- t Cleveland, July 11, 1(?53.; Messrs. Hilfer and Sechrist: I have had; a bottler of your HairRcstorrtive. I .obtained it to prevent my hair from fulling off, not suppos ing that it would restore the color, my hair be ing very gray, but to my very hseat surprise'it has not only prevented my hair from falling, but has restored it to its natural color. I had an aversion to being gray, and bad made use of Wood's, Mrs. Allen's and other Hair Dyes, but without success. j 1 have no hesitation in saving that, this pre t parol inn of yours isar, very far. superior to aiy hingof the kind now in the market. Will you please send me a gallon of the Re storative by Express, and the price, and I will send you the money by mail. Yours triilvv PAN'L R. TILDEN Trepared by HELFER SECHHIST, i Akron, O.) For sale at the BOOK STORE, Millcrsburg, O. Nov. 22, '60 14 f Falling into Ranks! : CUSTOMERS: j Who go to MAYER'S Store will find a Splendid lot of j ZNTDEI'W GOODS! ! SUITABLE FOR . .; ' Fall and Winter Wear ! THE PRICES Of Fine Goods are Lower. THE QUALITY' Never Before Surpassed. . THE QUANTITY Equal to any Establishment. Go to Mayers "ITTITH year trade or all kinds, job will get there ts TV much foriteeanr other beuiw will give, and ceo. sail younwlf from a large and well eelected auortjDeiit oT . Foreign and Domestic Goods, &e. We hope to flee ell our old eartomers and as nuinjr new ones a ean mrke It convenient to give ut a call, round our eoanteni, looking at our goods before Uuving cUe arltere. Not.8,1BOO 12 . . Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is herby given that the undersign ed bave been duly appointed and qiialittvd nsadministratorsof th Estate of John Bar key, dee., late of Holmes County, Ohio. URIAH NEWCOMER. ) . . . ISAAC BAKKEV mr. Nov. 29, 1860. DECEMBER 1PPO0TMENTS. Prove All Things. pvH. H. W. WADSWORTH, Electie Phrekian end Dee. 7 sorceoe-wiu oe ai vieTeuuiui mwu""i 1-itli and 21et. Ravenna, Colline House, Declarh k 16th Akron, Empire Hotue. M 17th. . WooMer. Cnnuall'a Etehanga Dm "Mb- Musillon. Anierican Hotel " l&a. Uiliervbnrg, Ellison House, Taeetbv, Dee. lSth.' . CONSULTATION FREE. " The Mods or Examixatiox- Pursaed by Dr TTadavorth U very nmple and eotiiwlj new, ana bv u diteue of any oi tne lDierxw tiai -gmns ii ia a very tew minutes detected with tkcility and cenataiy wtiuoai astm tne paueni a quesuwu vs ni the lfact rtrfnrian knnwltxItMt of tlifl ale. Or. W. gives his undiTidpd attention to all farms of chronic disenM, treating thousands of different easoa every year, a large majority of whom have tiied saost other methods of core in Tain. lr W. wishes H di. tinctly nntierstood that he makes no speciality of one disease, bat professes to nnderstand the whole ha man system, and is constantly demonstrating this knowledge by describing to those who consult hira the location, nature andcoxalttlity of their diseases, without any tues- uons. Those Coffering from Cbronic Diseases of anv deseriiition. mar be assured that their cases will be treated fa ix. v and candidlv. and they will not be ea couraKcd to take medicine without a eorrespondine pros pect of benefit. Dr W hasvwted GlerelAttd and other il.ii?es fn flliio mnA "Khm Vftrt TVHralarlr. for the lfltt two yaara, and can farnish patients with any amount of BI1WUWI ill ITTAJU Mf mi NUU UIU Wkuywuv pnvmcian. those wishiBs? to consnli hr latter, mar direct to Ba- tavia. X. YM or to the care of the Hotel at any of ity ap pointments. H W VAi)iWOKlH. M.V Batavia.N.Y. EeMdence and Principal Office FKEDEiuccsBruG. TTsvno Co.. Jan. 1SC0, I)r. H. W. Wadsworth. Dear Sim For two years past I hare suiTered from several serious dtlBculties. such kS enlargement and dropar of the heart. Indigestion caus inir thiiulente. bnrninr and aritlitr. bloat in? of the stom ach, bowels costive, a 11 equal nd bad circulation of the blood. The least exercise caused palpitation ot tli heart, rush of blood to tbe head and the face would Le covered with red blotches. Ut UJneys were diseas ed, from which I snflered much. I also had a severe eouffh accompanied with wheezing and rattling in tbe lnngsand sensations of oppression about the heart and lungs, as though water had colected there. Imtghtenn merate many other symtoms from which I suffered, but the above will give a general idea of my esse. . I had ta dtn mnch medicine and tried several doctors without much bengal asd tu told that my case was incurable disease ot the heart. I have now tfiKen your remedies about 6 mouths, with a gradual and decided improvement from the first and now feel quite well and more like liring again. Doctor you hare my best wishes and my rSL-oiu- meua to others. xours Kespecnuiiv, JOHN BROWN FIELD. Nor. 3,1SG0 12 A NEW STOCK OF BRAND NEW GOODS! 2d Arrival this Fall OUH STORE, IN NASHVILLE. Come this way for GOOD BARGAINS. IN DRY GOODS, and for Good Prices for your Produce of all kinds. EVERLY, ECKLE & CO, Nov. 8, I860. Ah, Good Morning, XTEIGMB0R, you're been to Villersburg already? -Ves, been thereto traoe." -lo iraue, an. n.ougn von did vour trading no to Woosterand to the Stationr" "Why, yes, I usually d, but having to po down to ilil- lershurp anynow, ttie wue tnrevr in a lew uumhis oi Dried Kruit, eoote Butter and Kn,and really, flic's ta ken nearly all mr cash into the biuvin,' "Where did you trader1 W-11. she did it all Lerstlf, she says it was at Jri,CHJxi Cj-inUpnessopieaBeuana laueu witn the goouf tfiis saw tiicre.that I don't know but ht'r and Maiv will hitch up and go back to-morrow." Mrs. M. Fpuks and Kays, Hr. A yon must tell your wife to go to Koch s, I can do better than at King 3 or r rost s, 1 know I cm.' fr A.'WVn. well, we'll see: (food morn ing, I think when I go to town, I'll slip into Koch's and see wnnt tins fiiss is aitammt-. Notice to Teachers. THE Board of School Examiners within and for the county of Holmes will hold a meeting in the town Aiillcrsbursr. on the 17th dav of November. 18tiU. for tbe examination of teachers f coinmou schools X. B. This will be the hist eamnntion h-lfl nnnng the present ye.ir. KOBEUT JUSTICE, Clerk. a or. 1, low. For Sale. 1 First Rate Two-Horse Wagon, well adapted to XV termers use, will 1 sold cbcap. tnqmre oi J.l. Sl-EXCEIt. Millersbnrg, Not. 1, 1S0O. To Farmers and Others! THE BEST HORSE IN OHIO! Bier Boston. "VTriLL b kept for a few weeks at the stable of the J J subscriber in Holiuesville. Not 1, 185011 Administrator's Notice. "Vf OTIE is hereby given that the nn'lenntrned has been 1.1 duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of Lhtvid MteUy, dec u, late el holmes oountv, u To the Afflicted. THE trodereigned rospoctfully informs the citizonsofMillt-rgburirand vicinit y.tbat be is Btillat IbeoldKlaudon Main street. one door west of Weston's SaUxn, where be makes to order Boots and Shoes as clieap as ever. f3gAl persons owing me will please ray np what is due me.so that I can pay what I owe. and save them tbe pleasure of being dunned. I hare to pay money for stock, and will ex pect CASH for all work hereafter. tapjJon t forget that when yon come. J Nov 22. '60 14 B. M.SPEJiUJiR. MILLERSBURG TIME, : AT FRY'S. HE HAS THE BIGGEST PILE V " OF THK PRETTIEST HUNTING CASED WATCHES! jtSTFOR THE LEAST MONEYjf TOP ETER SAW! If ron donbt it, jro and see for yourself; that Is the way to'prove it, as well as to fand the place where yon can BUY A GOOD WATCH! And Save your Money. HAS HE NICE CLOCKS, TOO? Just go and sc e them that's all I hare to say. What about the Jewelry, fopectacles, Crold irons, Silverware, &c.,&c. Oil, jnst go and seel and if you don't boy, it's because you can i nua use lor gooa Lings. Few doors East of Koch's Corner. October 25, I860 10 ROAD NOTICE. T"OTICE is hereby given tbat a petition will be pre ill sen ted to the Commissioners of the connty of Holmes and State of Ohio, at their December session, A. I. IHtiO, nraving raid CumniisMoners to lay out a coun ty Koad, ritnsted in said connty. commencing at the Loudonville road tbat rnns from Holmesi'ille to Loudon rille.at tiietuarter sectum corners of section thirty-five and section two.in Klnlev township in said county, thence to run north ' n the qunrter section line throucb sertion thirty-fire and section twenty-six, ending at the connty line between wayne ana uoimes connties; and said pe tition also arks tor the Tacation of a road enmmencinor on tbe iiue between Samuel Smith and George Km no,.), thence it runs ia a nort hcriy direction until it interpctt the Jlillersburg road that runs Irom Shrere to 3iilers burg; the road to l Tacated. Oct.aa,lSW Jl" MA.Mf rKTITIOAERS. Dr. M. K. HARD'S LINIMENT! FUK EXTERNA Ei DHE fprnins,Bruises,Head ache. Toothache. 8ora Throat. Neuraliria, Cramps. Bums, Iame Back orSldes, Pnin m tbe breast, and all other Cotnpl flints on Han or Beast, usually treated with this class of Kemedies. FOR SALE IT THE BOOK STORE. NOTICE TO TOWNSHIP TREASURERS. Township Treasurers nre lieruby notified, tbat the Funds due the (several townships are rendy to be paid over They will call immediately and receive the sama. JAS. ilrr AI'DKN, Aug. 20th, ltMOnl. County Treasurer. Adiuinitrafor's iVoticc. TTOTICE is hereby giren that the undersigned has this N day been appointed and qualified as admin intra tor of tbe estate of Thomas Powell, dee'd, late of Holmes eouuty, Ohio. WILLIAM POWELL. Adtn'r. Vet. 19, IV V. , MISCELLAlEOUa Thr AxALGaATT05 or Languages. There is a grow ing tendency in this age to appropriate the snost ex prvbaire words of othei languages, and sfter a wbi e to incorporate them into our own: thus the werd Ce halicv which is from the Greek, sonifying -for the head." is now becoming popularized in connection with Mr. Spald ing's great Headache remedy, but it will soon be used ia a more grneral way, and the word Cephalic will b-coraa as common as Klectrotyjte and tunny others wboso dis tinction as foreign words has be-n worn awsy ly com mon usage nuut uiey seem "nauTe ana lo me bom." 'ardly Realized. Hi 'ad 'a 'orrible 'eadache this h afternoon, hand I step ped into the hapothecahea hand aays hi to tha man, '"Can yoa hease we of an 'endach-? "Does it harhe ard," says e. H exceedingly," says hi. hand upon that e gave me a Cephalic Fill, hand 'pon me 'onor it cured me so quick euat 1 'mrdly reatitcd hi 'ad 'ad an 'eadache. jfHEADACHE is the favorite sizn by which nature makes known any deriation wha'erer from the natural state of the brain, and Tiewed in this light it may be looked on as a safeguard intended to gire notk e ef dis ease which might otherwise escape attention, till too late to re remedied; and its indications should nererbe nelected. Headaches may be classified under two iiatnee, viz: Symptomatic and Idiopathic Syutomatic Head che is exceedingly common and is the precursor of a great rariety ol diseases, among which are Apoplexr, Gout Rheumatism, and all febrile diseases diseases, in its nervous lorm it is sympathetic of disease of the stomach constituting ste ktmdatke. of hepatbic dis ease constituting btliuiu headache, of worms, constipa tion and other disorders of the bowels, as renal and uter ine affections. IHseasse of the heart are very frequent ly attended with Headaches; Anaemia and plethora are alo auVctions which frequently occasion headache. Idiopathic Headache is also Terr common, but nsuallr distinguished by the name of nervous headehet some times coming on suiMi nly in a state ol apparently sound health anp p rost rating at once the meutal,and physical energies, and in oter instances it come en slowly, her aideti bv deuression of spirits or acerbitr of temper. most instances the pain is in the front of tbe head, over one or pom eyes, and sometimes provoking vomiting under this class mar also be namad freuralnia. For the treatment of either class of Headache the CephHiic Fills have been found a sure and safe re medy, relieving the most acute pain in a few minntes. and by its subtle power eradicating tie diseases of which Had- acne is ice unerring lnaex. Bridokt. Missus wants ron to send her a boxofCe pbalic Glue, no a bottie of of Prepared Mils, but I'm thinking that's not just it naithor; but perhaps ye'll be alther knowing what it is. Ye see she's nitrb dead and gone with the Sick Headache, and wants some more of ;uat same as reiaived tier before. Druggist 'on must mean Spaldiog's Cephalie Tills. Eridit. Ocb!sure now and you've ed it, here's the quartbsr.ind gir me the fill and don't bo 11 day about it aituur. Constipation or Costiveness. ao oce of the "many ills flesh is heir to" is so prera 1 ent, so little understood, aod so much nrglected as Cos ;ivf ness. Often origtnatipg in carelessnew, or seden tary haMts; It is rc(rartlel ns a slight disorder of too I ittle consequence to excite anxiety, while in reality it is the precursor and companion oi many oi iiie idhm dangerous diseawf. and unless early eradicated it will bring tee sufferer to an untimely grave. Among the Htr titer evils ot nbirb cosiveiie s is n..nal aitendantare llt-adahe. Colic, Rheumatism, Foul Breith. Tiles and others ol like naturil while a train of frightful diseases such a Slalignant Fevers, Ahccssis, lseutarj, I'iar- rl.cei, 1 sppf-ia, Apoplexy, r.pitepsy, taraiysis, Jiyste ria Hy pochard riasis, Melancholy and Ini-anity, first in dicate their presence ii tbesvstem !y this alarming arm torn. Not ud frequently the dieaesnsmei originate in Constipation, buttabean independ - nt existence unless thecaupe is eradicated in an early stnge. From all these coni'loratjons It follows that the disorder should re ceive immediate attention whenever it occurs, and no person should neglect to get a vox ot cephalic i ins on the first appearance of thevcomplaint, as their timely ne wil expel the icsi!uous approaches of disease and dis troy tais dangerous toe to naman lile. A Real Elessing. Physician Well. Mrs. Jones, how is that 1 ei'Tache? Stirs. Jones Gone! Ooetor, nli gone! the piilyoJ sent cured ne in just twenty miuuU-s, and I wi.di y ou would Stina more so that i can nave tnem hanoy. Fhiitician Von can get them at any O'ruggtFts. Call for Cephalic Pills, I find they never fail, aud I recom mend thein in all ca-esnf Headache. Mrs Jones I shall send for a box di recti e, and rhall teUall my sunering friends, for they are a real bl.ssg. Tweyty Mitt-toxs OF PoLLAb Sated. Mr. Sneildine has Id two millions of bottles of Lis celebrated Pre pared Glue and it is est mated that each bottle saves at least ten dollars worth of hroken furniture, thus makinc an aggregate ot twenty niions ot dollars reclaimed from totil loss by this valuable invention. Having made bis Glue a household word, he now proposes to do tbe world still greater sen-ice by curing all the aching heads with his Cephalic Pills, and if they are as good as his Glue, Heanacne will vaniPft away Use snow in July. li's'Over excitement and the mental care and anx iety incidint to close attention to be business or study, are among the numerous causes of Nervous Headache. The disordered state of mind and body incident to t ia distressing complaint is a fatal blow to all energy and ambition. Sufferers by this disorder can always obtain speedy relief from these distrest-intr attacks by using one of tbe Cephalic Pills whenever the symptoms appear. It quiets tlieoTertasked brain, and soothes te strained and jarring nerves, and relax es the tension of the stom ach wmcli always accompanies and aggravates the dis- Fact Worth Kjtowixg. Sraline'srer hnlic Pills are a certain care for Sick Headache, Bilious Headache. Ner- tous Headache, Costi renews and General D ability. , Great DtsrovEnT. Among the most important of an tne great mcuical discoveries of tu is age may be con sidered the system of vaccination for protection" from Small Pox, tbe Cephalic Pill for the relief Headache, and the use of Quinine for the prevention of Fevers, eitner oi wnicn . afure sjectfic, wuose uenents will be experienced oy snitering numantty long alter their dis coverers are forgotten. fi"P"I)id tou ever have the Sick Headache? Do ron remeinbor the throltfing temples, tlie fevered brow, the loathing and disrupt at the sight of food. How totally nntit yo were for pleasure, conversation or study. One of the Cephalic Pills would have relieved yoa from all the suffering which vou then exoerienced. For this and other purposes you should alwavs have & .box of them on band to use as occasion requires. NervousHeadache Br the ik of theoe Pilla the periodieattacka of AVr- vaus or Sick Headache may be prcrentod; and if taken at the ro-omcntcmpiit of attack iiuDiedtate relief from pnin and ricknefta will be obtained. Theweldon fail in reniorinjr the JVawea and Ueadaeke to which females are no aul-ject. lliej act gtvauy npon tne bowels, rmrrinc Coed're- aM. Kor Ltlerarn Men Students. Delicate F.m.l.. .11 perron of trdmMtarf kmUit, the, are valuable a a Lai mint, improTlnir th mppttu. rivinp tne ana lun to tbe digestireorirans and restoring the natural elastici ty and nlrenith of the whole ayatem. 1 o r.i xiaiv rji.M are the result of long inrestl- ration aud careful oondneted m.rim.nl.. k.rlnr U-en In nse man, jri am, during whl. h time the, hare prevented and relieved a vnet amount of pain and anf ferlnjr from Headache, whether originating in the ner ee system or from a deraneod state ol ihe aleeiar. 1 ner are entirely TBiretnble in their eempoiltton,ana mar be taken at all times with perfect safety withnnt nuking- snr ehangv of diet, mwd Ike mbtemre f mm die eereettlt iosM renden a ean f mdmimieter lem toekil dren. Beware of Count erfeitB. The imnuina have Ave signatures of Henry C. Spald- iner on each box. Sold by PrngirleU and all othere Dealers In Menirlne. A Box will be rent by mail prepaid on receipt of the PHIOE, 25 CENTS. All orders should he Addressed to HENRY C. SP AUNG, t8 Oder Street, Nrw-lfork. Vov. K, 1'0-- 14. Hsadaclie. McLEAX'S RTIlEXGTajtfTSG BLOOD PURHIEII Jlftcr takin. The GreatCKt Remedy ever knoxm. This cor dial is distilled from a berry known only to myself, and chemically eembined mith rotnt of the most valua ble medicinal roots, herbs and barks known to the mind of man, via: Blood Root, Black Root, Wild Ch-rrr Bark, Yellow Dock, Dandelion, Sarsoparilla. Elder Flowers, with others producing the roost infallible rem edy for the restoration of health aver known. It is na tures own remedy, curing disease by natural laws.-' Wen taken, its influence is felt cooking throueh ever vein of the body, polity ing and accelerating the drew lation of the blood. It neutralizes any bilious matter in the stomach, ana strengthens the whole organization. McLean's Strengthening Cordial, Will e&VctuaUy cure Liver Complaint, Dypepia, Jaundice, Chronic or XtTvous. Debility. Disease of the Kid ney, and ail Ditavs arising from a disordered Liv er orStemacht, Heartburn, Inwr.ru1 Piles, Acidity or Sickness of the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to the Head, Dull Pain or Swimming in the Head, Palpitation of the Heart, Full ness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Choaking ordufTacating Feeling when lying down, Dry ness or Yellowness of the Skto and Eyes, Night Sweats, Inward Fevers, Pain In the Small of the Bark. Chest or Side, Sudden Flashes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, rngimm i 'reams, Languor, uespomtency or any Ner vous Disease, Sores or Blotches on the Skin, and Fever and Ague, (or Chills and Fever). It willsJso cure dis eases of tbe Bladder and Womb, uch aSeminal Weak ness, Incontinence of the Urine, Strangnarv, Inflamma tion or Weaknessof the Womb or Blauder," Whites, &c There is no Mistake about It. This Cordial will nevtr fail to cure any of tbe above diseases, if taken .is per directions on each bottle, in German, English and French. OVER A MILLION OF BOTTLES Have been sold during the last six months, and lo no instance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction. Who, then, will suffer from weakness or debilitr.when He Lean's Strengthening Cordial will cure yon? TO THE LADIES. Do yon wish to le healthy and strong: Then go at once, and t;et some of M eLean's Cordinl. 1 1 will strenet li en and invonte your whole system, causing a benltby awl pare circulation ol blood to Uow through every avein. and the rich, rosy bloom of health to mount your eheek again. -Every bottle Is warranted lo give satisfaction. FOR CHILDREN. We say to parents, if your children are sickly, puny, nrailiieted with complaints prevalent among children. Rfce them a small quantity of McLean's Cordial, and it will make them healthy, fat, and robust. Dcliy not a moment, try it, ana you win oe couvincea. It is Delicious to Take. CArn oh. Beware of druegists or dealers who may to palm ujton yoa some bitter or Sarsaparilla trash, which they can buy eheap, by snvinj it is just S6 good. Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's Strengthening Cor dial, and tike nothing else. It is the only remedy that will purify tha blood thoroughly, and at the same time sirengtnen me system. One tiblespoonful taken every morning f. sting. Is a certain preventive for Cholera, Chills and Fever. Yel low i-cver, or ai:y prevalent disease, it ia put up in Price only $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. J. H. McLEAN". FoTe Proprietor oftbis CordiaJ. Also 3!cLeau s olcamc Oil Limment. Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pise StsM St. Louis, Mo. McLean's Volcanic Oil liniment. The Lett Liniment in fhc World. The oxlt safe and certain cure for Confers. Piles, Tu mors, Swellings and Broucbflc or liuitr, Parulvsis, Neuralgia, Weakness of tha Muscles, Chronic or In flammatory Kbeuuiatisin, StiiTness of tbe Joints. Con tracted Mtisclesor Ligaments, Earache, iriib,Sira:ns, Wounds Fresh Cuts. Lifers, FeverSores, Caked BreaMs Sore Nipples Burns, Scalds,-Sore Throat, or any In fljmm:ition or Pain, no deference bow severe, or how long the disease may have existed. M cLK.ixa CtL bkatcu Lix:?jet U a certain remedy. Thousands of human Leinirs have been saved a life ol decreiitude aud misery by the use of this invaluable medkiue. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment Will relieve pain almost instantaneout-lr, and it will cleanse, purify, and heal the foulest sores ia au incredi bly short time. For Horses and other Animals. McLean's ct lebnited Liniment is the onlv safe and re li.ible remedy fir the cure of Spavin. Ring Bone, Wind gills, Splints. Unuatoral Lumps Nodes or Suelliug. It will neverfiiiltocnreBig Head, Poll-eVil, FUtula, ld Running Sores or Sweeny, if properlv applied. For Sprains, Bruises, Scratches. Cracked Heels, C hafes, Sad dle or Coil.tr laValls.Cuts Sores or Wounds.it is an infal lible remedy. Apply it as directed, and core ia certain in every instance. Th. n tride no ltcger with the many worthiest Lini ments offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's celebraUed Liniment. It will cure yon. J. 11. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor. Corner of Third and Pine S ts St Louis, Mo. n. Y ERG IN", Agent, . MILLERSBURG, OHIO. July 12, ISC0. v4n47 HOWARD ASSOCIATION, PUILADKLPHIA- A Tienevdeid Institution established by special En domncnl, for the Relief of the Sici and Dit . tressed, ajiicted vitU Virulent ami Epi deinie Disease, and especially for the Cure of Disease of tie Serual Organt. MEDICAL, ADVICE given gratis, ty the Act ing Surueon, to all who aunlv bv letter, with a H. si riptiou of their condition, (ageoccupation, habits ol life, Ac) and in cases of extreme poverty. Medicines furnished free of rbarg. VALUABLE REFOItTS on Spennat'rhoea. and oth er Diseasesof the Sexual Organs, and on the NETW REMEDIES employed in the Dispensary, sei-t to tne aillicted in sc-iled letter envelopes, free of charge. Two or tliice stamps for postage will be acceptable. Amiress l)r. j. SMLI.1N 11OIGUT0N AclincSor- feon, Howard Associatien. No. i South Ninth Street, hilaurlriuia, I'a. Uy order of the Direct rs. ' EZRAD.AARTWELL, Prct. Oeo. FAiKciiiLD.Sec'y. NEW GOODS AT THE EMPORIUM! J. MCLTiXE II AS just received his Fall aud Winter Stock of Goods AX Come and see, Come and see The largest and best stock of (roods eer brought to this . lata. GOOD CROPS & EASY TIMES, Therefore I have borgfct a large stock which I a ill sell Cheaper than Ever. "Quick Sales and Small Profits," Is my motto. COME ONE. COME ATT. I will not rob Peter to pny Paul. In my stock will be found all the alcst styles of Silks. Mcrinoes,li.th Gpurrd and plain. ard a very Uree lot of Fan. v lie Lsines. Velincies, I'lai.ls, Cobcrgs, Rolva, kckr., Cloths, CaMiueres, Casiucts, Tweeds, Jeans, OvercoaUng, and Vcstinc. Crape and Stella Shawls. Merino Shawls, with hearr silk frinpe; a Uirge lot of Blanket Shawls, all the late.t stv leu; liruciie aiiawls, which 1 am selling at a n-duced "SXu 1 i-r-IBoots & Shoes! In town, cheaper fh.in ever. COME &. SEE THEM. CSQrEEXSTt'ARE. I Lave a lire lot snd defv competition. HOOP SKIRTS-WrfthingteMtliiB ft enr load, fiotn ioi ty i?iit. to two rMlars. t7(ioreriM of all hinds. tTA rood ftrtlrle of Sole Leather fur 23 cts. f lb, and tn vry best torn eta. J. JlCi.t AAA. Sept. 13, I860.-n4 GREAT EXCITEMENT IN NEWYOHlil Prince of Vales Arrived! Still Greater Excitement in B Ii O O M F 1 E Ii D , ' Can.d!,j tha Arrival of S.TJDBAI.IS Fall and Winter Stock of Goods! Which I an ppenan-d to sell at rat 'B equal. to any other esiAuiisn niviii in luo cuuuiri. COME AND TRY ME. October SS, 150010 S.TIDBALL. Jacob Lightcap's Estate. rrOTICE is hrrshjr (tivrn, that th aabanibar has hern i 1 antitnti(l ami qualiued as executor on tha astata of Jacob l.lrlitcan, late of Holmes oauntv, deeaassj. Hated at Kiplwj t.. Ibis 1st dav.of Oetohsr, A. I. 1!4S0. nom. R. A. TUHBtr, Ei r. 1 LUTTl WHAT THE P20PLE SAT. The andersiKned havinir nje.i Proflwsor UUMIMIKVS SPECIFIC HOJI.KOPATHIC -KK-MKUIKS in oar frwuiiw witn the moss satbfectory results, and h-trin; full on". aence in their genuineness, parity, nnJ eilicacy, cheerfully recommend them to all persons who wish to have safe, re liable, snd efficacious remedies at hand for private or uV inestfc nse. . . The Rer. Wm. Hosaier, editor of "Th X.rtlem pendent," Auborn, N. T. ; the Rer. R 11. Oressey, 1.LV, Roctor of St. Peterfs Church, Auburn, X. T. ; ibe Rfr. 1 I. Irea, Chaplain ef the Anbarn SUte Prison; tlie Rrr. Spencer M. Rice, Rector, New-Bedford, Mass.; the Iter. Allen Steele, New-York Conference; the Rev. Samuel Nichols, East-6enesee Conference, N. T. ; the Rer. P. S. Pratt, Dorset, VL ; the Rer. John . Robie, Buffalo ; A. a Hart, Esq., UUca, N. T ; the Hon. Neal Dow, Portland, Me. ; the lion. Schuyler Colfax, South-Bend, Ind. ; the Hon. Oenrire Humphreys, N. Y. ; Henry D. Cook, Esq., Editor of The Oliio State Journal, Columbus, Ohio; the lion. R. II. Graham, Moline, 1U. ; the Hon. Thomas J. Chase, Monti eello, Pla.; the Hon. Joseph Benedict, Ultca, N. Y.; Wm. Bristol, Esq UUca, N. Y. ; A. a Patd, Esq., L tica, N. Y. ; James Plunkett, Esq., Nashville, Tens. LIST OP SPECIFIC REMEDIES. No. t. Far Perer, Congestion, and Inflammation. No. 4 For Worm Few, Worm Colic, Wrttln the Bed. No. 3, For CoUe, Crying, Teething, and Wakefulness of Infanta, No. 4. For Diarrhea, Cholera Infantum, and Summer Complaints. No. &. For Colic, Griplnrs, Dysentery, or Bloody Flax. No. eV For Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Vomitiiu-. Ne. T. For Coughs, Coltls, Influenza, and Sore Throat. No. 8. For Tooth-ache, Face-ache, and Senraluia. No. 9. For Headache, Vertigo, Heat and Fullness of the Head. No. lv. DrsntPSiA Pills For Weak and Deranged Stomach, Constipation, and Liver Complaint. No. 11. For Fkxals LusacLAarriES, Scanty, Painful, or Suppressed Periods, No. IX For Leucorrhea, Profuse Menses, and Bearing Down of Females, No. 1$. For Cronp, Hoarse Couh, Bad Breathir.-. No. 14. Salt Rnstm Pills For Erysipelas, Eruptions, Pimples on the Face. No. 15. Rrrstmsnc Pills. For Pain, Lameness, or Sore ness in the CJtest, Back, Loins, or Limbs, A. For Fever and Aue, Qiill Fever, Dumb Ague, 014 Mismanaged Agnts. p. For Piles, Blind or B.ee.lins, Internal or External. O. For Sore, Weak, or InOamed Eyes and EyeUils; Fall ing, Weak, or Blurred Sight. C For CcUrrti, of long standing or recent, either wKi obstruction or pntuse discharge. W. C. For Whooping Cougli, abating Its ticltnce zlX shortening its eonrse. In all acute diseases, such as Fevers, Inuan.iiiar:vi, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Cronp, Rheumatism, ai" ;rh rrrTw Live diseases as Scarlet Fever, Measles, and K.- si.v'.as, tl. advantage of giving the proper remedies prim.,.t!y is ob vious, and in all such cases tlie specifics act Ifce a chann. The entire disease is often arresied at once, and in ell ci'.t the violence of tlie attack is moderated, the disease short ened, and rendered less dangerous. C-mplis and Colds, which are of soeh frequnit occarreiice, and wt.ich so often lay the foundation of uLscr.--d lunrn, broncldtis and consumption, may all be at oucc cured by the Fever and Couph Pills, In all chronic diseases, such as Dvsnepsia. Weak Stomach. Constipation, Liver Complaints, Piles, Female Debility, and Irregularities, old Headaches, Sore or Weak Kye, Catan-b, Salt Rheum, and other old eruptions, tlie case has specifics whose proper application will afford a cure in almost evt-ry Instance. Often the cure of a single chronic tiiif.cul.y, seen as Dyspepsia, Piles or Catarrh, Headache or Female Weak ness, has more than paid for the case ten times over. PRICE. Case of 29 rials complete, in morocco, and Book ?5 Case of 20 vials, and Book, plain. 4 Case ef 15 numbered boxes, and Book... 3 Case of 6 boxes, numbered, and Book...... X Single numbered boxes, with directions. 25 cents. Single lettered boxes, with directions, Ad cents. Large case of S ox. rials, for planters and physician,...;! 5 ALSO SPECIFICS. Fot Asthma or Phthisic. Oppressed, Difficult, Labored Breathing, attended with Cough and Expectoration. Price, 50 cents per box. Foa Eak DtscaiftGES Aim Dkafsess. Discharge from tl.e Far, the result of Scarlet Fever, Measles, or Merccriais. For Noises in the Head, Hardness of Hearing, and Kinging in the Ears, and Ear-ache. Price, SO cents per box. Foa Scrofula. Enlarged Glands, Enlarged and Indurat ed Tonsils, Swellings and Old Ulcers, Scrofulous Cachexy of Children. Price, fiO cents per box. Foa GoMtAL Dkbilitt. Physical or Nervous Weakness. Either the result of Sickness, Excessive Medication, or Ex hausting Discharges. Price, 60 cents per box. Vim rtanMT PluiH Accumulations. Tumid Swellincs. Witt Scanty Secretions, Price, 50 cents per box. Foa Sba-Sickxcss. Deathly Sickness, Vertigo, Nausea, Vomiting. Sickness from riding or motion. Price, 50 cents per box. Foa Ultra art Diseases. For Gravel, Renal Calculi, D.tn cnlt. Painful Urination, Diseases of the Kidneys. Price, 50 cents per box. Foa Skmikal Fonssiosa. Involuntary Discharges' and Consequent Prostration and Debility, Bad Results of -Evil Habits. The most successful and efficient remedy known, and may be relied upon as a cure. Price, with full direc- -lions, $1 per box. Persons who wish to place themselves under the profes sional care, or to seek advice of Prof. Hcmfbkkts, ean do so, at his office 502 Broadway, daily from $ A.M. to S P.M. or by letter. OCR REMEDIES BY MAIL. Look over the list; make np a case of wh.it kind yoa choose, and Inclose the amount in a current note or stamps by mail te our address, at Na Broadway, New-York, and the medicine will be duly returned by muil or express, free of charge. AGENTS WANTED. We desire an active, efSftmt A?rnt for the sale of onr Remedies in every town -r n.niMn:iJty to the United States. Address Dr. F. HUMPHREYS A Co. No. bC'Z Broadway, Niw-Voe. AGENTS. H. TERM X. Hillersbnrg. Wii. UKKKBOWEK. t reclencksburg, A. GARDENER. Alt. Hull v. Marsh 19, 1S60-ED BCSRHAVE'S HOLLAND liTll DYSPEPSIA, Liver Complaint, Fever and Ague, &c. The snrcessfnl Introdortion and o0 of this celebrate Remedj has been the signal fa Uteral Oood of coinpuaiids called "Eiltcra," oSered in various forms, from a quart bottle to a five gallon keg, until this word Bitters" is but another nam. lor - grog,'' or some villainous whukey mix ture, m But the reaHy great relief derived from tha minute doss, ou tcaspoonf ul, of our medicine. BCERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS, And II entire aUmet of after proslratum. has establiaae4 lor it reputation which the host of imitations aud coun terfeits have foiled to undermine. It is ptaitivelj a Vega tabl. preparation, with barely sufficient pun spirits to preserve it. But om sin of Uit genuine, (Half Pint Bottles.) prlca One Dollar. It U a medicine of long tried efficacy for Parifging 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 quick result For Indigestion. Trj Birb.a.e'1 Holland Bitters. For Ilervrtfourn, Try BsrhaTe's Holland Bitten. For Acidity, Trj Bocrlaye's Holland Bitters. For Waterbrash, Trj Birbave'i Holland Bitters. For Headache, Try Btrrhave'i Holland Bitters. For Loss of Appetite, Try Birrhave'i Holland Bitters. For Costivenesjs, Try Burnave s Holland Bitters. For Piles, Try Bxrhare's Holland Bitters. In all Nervous, Rheumatic and Keuralgie Affec tions, it has in numerous instances proved highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure. BEAD CASEFTJLIT! Th. Mnnin. hi.-Mv mnmntratod Bcerhave's Holland Bitters b put up in half pint bottles onlv. and retailed at On. Dollar per bottle. Th. great desaand Br uus truly celebrated Malicine has induced many imitations, whirat th. public sboold ITUanl against pmraawng. Bemannf Impantint Smt that our name ft en At laftst mf retry bottle ym buy. BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO. SOLE FB0FSTET0BS, PITTSBURGH. PA. So!d by n. Yergia and J. . RaiiT, MILLERS VUG, OHIO. September 20, 1&C0. THE INDIAN AGUE CTJKE! A N INFAI.I-1BLKKF..UEDY for th prrTen V. tionaiidcureof FEVER AGUE, Dumb Ague. Chill Fever, LUliout Eeeer. and all other form of Intermittent and RtmitUid .-rs CAUSED BT MIASIA OR MALARIA. FOR SALE T THE BOOK STORE SILK NETS TOR UTTLG UIKLS sod bn!e ene for the X l'er on. jmt reclred st tha BrtnK STOKE.