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Senator Trumbull's Speech.
The Speech of Mr. Trombull we find in full m Ulegraphed to the X. T. Tribune, u follows: Fkllow Cmzjss: It is meet that the Republicans should make merry and be glad lor tne spirit of liberty, which with our ru lers, was dead, is alive again, and the Con stitution, ordained to secure its blessings, which was lost sight of, is found. In riew of the politic! triumphs, Illinois Repub licans have especial reasons for congratula tion. In common with their political breth ren throughout the Uuion, they rejoice in the general result, which secures to the country a Republican President, who, we trust and believe, is to bring back the Gov ernment to the policy of the fathers, and thereby restore the fraternal feeling which existed between the different sections of the country in the purer and belter days of the Republic In addition, they have the sat isfaction of having secured a Republican Legislature, ant thereby a Republican United States Senator, and the powei to enact the necessary laws to prevent illegal roting, and to give to every part of the State, according to the population, its pro portionate share in the legislation of the Slate. And more than this, we Illinoisans have especial reason to rejoice in the fact that the standard bearer in this great po litical contest, who has led the Republican hosts to victory, is our own fellow citizen, the pure, incorruptible, patriotic and tal ented Lincoln, than whom the Constitu tion in all its parts has not a more faith ful supporter, nor the Union an abler de fender. But while we rejoice over a vic tory so complete, let it not be by way of triumph over political opponents, for all, by whatever name called,are brethren of a com mon country, and interested alike in so guiding the ship of Slate though the bois terous waves of these tempestuous times, as to bring it to a haven of peace and safely. Rather let us rejoice over the suc cess of the principles we advocate, the maintenance of which we believe essen tial to the preservation of our free institu tions and the perpetuity of constitutional liberty. Mr. Lincoln although the can didate of the Bepublican parly, as Chief Magistrate will neither belorg to that or any other party. When inaugurated he will be the president of the country and the whole couutry, and I doubt not will be as ready to protect the State in which he has not received a solitary vote against any encroachment upon its constitutional rights as the one in which he has received the largest majority; while they, by whose votes he has been designated as Chief Magistrate of the Republic, will expect mm to maintain ana carry forward the principles on which he was elected, they know that in doing so, no encroachments will be made on the reserved nghU of anv ot tne states, iney know that the bed eral Government is one of delegated pow ers ; that it can do nothing except the au thority for the act can be found in the in strument which created it, and that all oth ers not conferred are reserved to the States, or the people of the S ates. Hence when their political opponents have charged them with Abolitionism, or attributed to them a desire to interfere with Slavery in States, or some fanatic has insisted thev ought to do so, the reply has invariably been that the people who made the Feder al Government did not think proper to confer on it such authority, and it has there fore, no more right to meJdle with Slavery in a State, than it has to interfere with serf dom in Russia. Nor are the people of the non-siavenolding states in any way re sponsible for Slavery in the States which tolerate it, because, as to that question they are as foreign to each other as independ ent Governments. I have labored in and for the Republican organization with en tire confidence that whenever it should be in power, each and all the States would be left in as complete control of their own af fairs respectively, and at as perfect liberty to choose and employ their own means of protecting properly, and preserving peace and order within their limits, as they hare Deen under any Administration. Those who voted for Mr. Lincoln have expected, and still-expect this, and they would not have voted for him had they expected oth erwise. I regard it as extremely fortunate for the peace of the whole country that this point upon which the Republicans have been so long and so persistently misrepre sented, is now to be brought to a practical test, and placed beyond the possibility of aouDk xi snouia oe a matter of rejoicinnr to all true Republicans that they will now have an opportunity of demonstrating to their political adversaries, and to the world, that they are not for interfering with the the domestic institutions of any of the States, nor the advocates of negro equality, or amalgamation, with which political dem agogues have so often charged them. When this is shown, a reaction will assur edly take place in favor of Republicanism. The mind, even, will be satisfied ; the rights of Northern men will be respected ; and tie fraternal feeling existing in olden times, when men of all parts of the country went forth together to battle for a common enemy, will be restored. Disunionists, per se, of whom, unfortunately, there have been a few in the country for some years, understood this, and are now in hot haste to get out of the Union precisely because they perceive they cannot much longer maintain an apprehension among the South ern people that their homes and firesides and lives are to be endangered by the ac tion of the Federal Government. With such, now or never is the maxim. Hence they seek to inflame the public mind by misrepresenting the objects and purposes of the Republican party, with the hope of precipitating some of the Southern States into a position from which they cannot, without dishonor, afterward recede, well knowing if they delay till af ter the new Administration inaugurated and tested, it will furnish no cause for their complaints. Secessison is an imprac ticability ; or rather, an impossibility. Che Constitution provides no way by which a Slate may withdraw from the Union no way for the dissolution of the Government it creates. The General Government in terferes but little with the individual rights of the citizens, except for protection. It is chiefly felt in its benefits and its bless ings not in its exactions. If every Fed eral officer in South Carolina were to resign, their offices to remain vacant, and its Le gislature declare the State out of the Un ion, it would all amount to little except to inconvenience the citizens of that State, so long as the State Aid not interfere with the collection of the revenue on the sea board. The people in other portions of the Union would not be in the least incom moded. What is the South Carolina ar my to do when raised I Who is it to fight I Manifestly if it commences a war on the United States officers engaged in collect ing the revenue, it becomes the aggressor. Thin would be revolution, making war with out cause, for South Carolina makes no complaint against the present revenue laws. Is she prepared for this to become the aggressor f The only use I can see for her Minute men is, that they will enable the people more readily to suppress any up rising in their midst, which their misrepre sentations of purposes may have encour aged. She complains that the Fugitive Slave Law is not executed in some States This, if true, the whole country knows to be a sham. So far as South Carolina is concerned, she is so situated that no slave can escape from her limits inty Free States, however much cause the border Stales may have to complain of the escape of their negroes into the Free States. It is clear South Carolina can have no such complaint. in tier resolves sbe professes to be prepar ing to defend herself against encroachments on her rights. Let her adhere to this pol icy, and not attempt to dictate to other states wbat they shall do, and no collision will occur, for no encroachments will be made. The disunion feeling in the South is, doubtless, greatly exaggerated. A sort of terrorism seems to prevail in some places, wnicn, tor tne time, appears to nave crush ed out any manifestation of Union senti ment. But as the causes for this excite ment are all imaginary, the election of a Republican President, in the constitutional mode, certainly affording no excuse for it, it is reasonable to suppose that a reaction will 60on take place among the Southern people themselves, which will overthrow the disunionist at home. It is a great mis take to class the supporters of Mr. Breck- enndge as disunionists. Some few of them may be, but Mr. Breckenridge himself, and supporters, as a class, are, 1 doubt cot, as sincerely attached to the Union as many of those who, for political purposes, during tne recent excited contest, sought to fasten on them the stigma of disunion. Should the conservative and Union men in any particular locality be unable to cope with their adversaries, and South Carolina, or any other state, under the lead of NuIiSers and Disunionists who have for years been seeking a pretext for breaking up the Gov ernment, plunge into rebellion, and with out cause assail by force of arms the con stituted authorities of the Union, there will be but one sentiment among the great mass of the people of all parties, and in all parts of the country, and that will be "the Union it must and shall be preserved," and woe to the traitors who are marshaled against it. Should any Republican inquire wbat has been gained by the triumph of Republi canism, 1 answer much. We have gained a decision of the people in favor of a Pacif ic Railroad a Homestead policy a judi cious Tariff the admission into the Union of Kansas as a free Slate reform in the Financial department of the Government and more important than all, the Verdict of the People the source of power, and from whose decision there is no appeal, that the Constitution is not a Slavery extend ing instrument No more Dred Scott de cisions will now be made. Freemen, both cf the North and of the South, will bere ofler be protected in all their constitution al rights. The policy of the Government, as of old, will now set in favor of Freemen, and not for the supremacy of Slavery, as has been the case for the last six years. Freedom henceforth will be' the law of the Territories, because the people, in their majesty have so ordered, and neither Courts nor Congresses will be able to thwart their will. When full effect shall have been given to all these great measures of the Republican party, and the prejudices en gendered against it in the minds of many, by the artful appeals of demagogues, who have misrepresented its objects, shall have been removed by actual knowledge of its acts we may expect the bilternKss of party spirit to subside, the cry of disunion to be hushed, and the principles of Republican ism to become the permanent policy of the Government, under which it will flourish and prosper, as I trust, forever. The Result in this Statk. It is ru mored that Massey, our Secretary of Slate, an intense, and we feel almost inclined to add, unscrupulous Breckenridge man, refu ses to send after the returns from the dif ferent counties that have not sent in their official returns, although bis oath of office requires him to do so. If he fails to dis cbarge his duty, or by connivance throws the vote of this State for Bell, for the pur pose of saving his Breckenridge friends, who have made large bets that Douglas would not carry Missouri we say if ho has done so, perjured himself by violating his oalh of office, he had better have his neck insured before he again visits St. Lou is. St. Louis Herald. "The National Intelligencer says the Richmond Enquirer of 1814 held a very different style of language from the Richmond Enquirer ot the present day in discussing the "right of secession," as will be seen in the following paragraph con tained in that journal in the year 1814: "No man, no association of men, no Slate or set of Stales has a right to with draw itself from this Union of its own ac count. The same vow it which knit us to gether can unknit The same formality which formed the links of the Union is necessary to dissolve it. The majority of the States which formed the Union must consent to the withdrawal of any one brauch of it Until that consent has been obtained, any attempt to dissolve the Un ion or distract the efficacy of its constitu tional law is treason treason in all intents and purposes. iWTbeta is good news for topers among the foreign items by the last steam er. A Dr. Beck, of Dantziz, has discover ed an antidote for the poison ef alchohol a kind of dog eat dog the effects of liq uor being destroyed by the counter-irritant. It is a mineral paste, which he encloses within an olive, and which, once absorb ed, destroys not only the effects, but also the consequences of drunkeness. All an old toper has to do, hereafter, is to put in the fire-water until drunk comes, then swallow bis olive, aod up and at it again. Rather a novel idea, that, of having a score of drunks between sundown and bed time. Lake Disasters. The schooner J. H. Drake, owned in Chicago, ran into the pier at Cleveland on Saturday night; she carried the lighthouse completely away, and sunk across the channel, blocking the harbor entirely up. The propeller Cush man ran into the schooner Industry, which was lying on the West Pier, cutting her in two. The propeller was slightly injured. HOOP SKIRTS. WILCOX'S BEST. C11 at the BOOK 8T0RE. and look at tbem twfbi oaring elsewhere. Cheap and good. Scrofula, or Zing's Evil, is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated, weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it Pervades the whole body, and may burst out m disease on any part of it No organ is free from its attacks, nor is there one which it may not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, tilth and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and, above all, by the venereal infection. What ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con stitution, descending " from parents to children unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed, it eems to be the rod of Him who say, "I will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their children.'' Its effects commence by depoition from the blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu tions not only suffer from scrofulous com plaints, but they have far less power to with stand the attacks of other diseases; conse quently rast numbers perish by disorders which, although not scrofulous in their nature, are still rendered fatal by this taint in the system. Most of the consumption which de cimates the human family has its origin directly in this scrofulous contamination; and many destructive diseases 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 are 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 jmd exercise. Such a medicine we supply in AYEIt'S Compound Extract cf SnrsapnriNa, 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 rcmedials that have been discovered for the expurgation of this foul disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the svstem from its destructive consequences, Hence it should be employed for the cure of not only bcrotula, but also those other affec tions which arise from it, such as Ivrittive and Skix Diseases, St. Astiionv's Fiue, Rose, or F.uvsii-ei.as Pimit.es, Pi:sti i.es, Blotches. ISj.ains and Umi.s, TuMnits, Tetter and Salt Kur.i K, Scai.ii Head, Kincwokm, Rheumatism, Syphilitic and Mi:itcrni.w. Dis eases, Duui'kt, Dyspepsia, Deiiii.itv, and, indeed, all Complaints arising fuou Vitia ted ob Iui'i'BB Bi.oon. The popular belief in "immaritti oftlte blood is founded in truth, for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The particular purpose and virtue ot tins oarsapa rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid, without which sound health is impossible in contaminated constitutions. 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The Iart?e quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where Fever and" Agcr prevails, every bodv should have it and use it freely both Tor cure and prelec tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered fiir the speedy and certain cure of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine or mineral, consequently it produces no quiuismor other injurious ellects whatever upon the constitu tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if they had never had the disease. lever aud Airue is not alone the consequence of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor ders arise from its irritation, amoii!; whk-h are Xeuratyia, Wieumtitism , Gutit, llratlavhc, blind nets, Tooth'irhe, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, J-al pitation. Painful Ajf'cction of the Spleen, llyster irs. 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That they Recruit tne Debilitated, andthatthereisno disease of the Stomach and Bowels, the liver, the nervous system, the skin, the glands or muscles, in which they do not give prompt relief, and (if administered before the Tory citadel of life has been in vaded,) effect a painless and perfect cure. ttearinnuna tnat tbe Scandinavian vegetable mooa Pills are endorsed by tbe experience of thousands of liv ing witnesses, who in letters, affidavits, medical words, and by word of mouth, proclaim tbem to be the very best preparation of the kind ever offered to the broken down victims of ill health. They hunt disease through every avenue and organ of thesystem,andto expel it thorough ly and permanently. No one can doubt their superiority after one single trial they are nrt only better but, in fact, cheaper than ony othar Pills, for it takes a less number of them to pro duce a better effect. Price ot the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Purifier, $1 per bottle, or $5 per half dozen. Of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills, 25 cents per box, or 6 boxes for $1. Read Dr. Roback's Special notices and Certificates, pub lished in a conspicuous part of this Paper frfm time to time. . Dr. Roback's Medical Almanac and family Adviser, con taining a great variety of interesting and valuable Medi cal information, can be had gratis of any of his Agents throughout the country. In difficult and complicated eases, Dr. Roback may be consulted personally or by letter enclosing one stanp for the reply. From Rev. Mr. McMcllkx, Pastor of Roberts. Chapel. Indianapolis, October 6, 1857. Dr.C.W. Roback Dear Sin I have used yonr Blood Purifier for a nervous affection, from which I have suffer ed much at times. While it is plsasant to the tiste it certainly happy effect npon tbe nerves. Please accept my thanks for your kind regards, and believe me Yours. J. W.T.McMULLEN. For Sale In Holmes county by H. Yergin, Millers burg; J. Rudy, Berlin; J as. Hanna, Hohneavile; G. Ger ber, Winesburg; H. Pomerene, Middletown; J. C. Long shore, Nashville; H. Beidler, Lakeville: Jos Platy, Sal til lo; 6. W. Conyer, Oxford; Aaron Keim, Carlisle; and by Druggists and Marchanta generally throughout the Union. Jane2,189-41tf. A. WTr rs. Bead the tottunonw of GOT. WISX, Vtv TOwn's Pail are a ssA and moat useful JtessiZy Rtmtit tit Constipation and affections of the Digestive Organs. For Headache they bar. proved them selves a specific." Bead tie testimony of GOV. KQfO, Ala. "I would not be without Wilson's Pills air anv mice. For Indigestion and Head ache, I divide a Pill and take the hal$ It gives Immediate mlief." Sold by Druggists Sealer everywhere. PEEPARID BT B. Is. TAHNESTOCK & CO. Importers & Wholesale Druggists Ho. 60, eomet Wood and 4th SU. PITTSBURGH, PA. sou nonotTou or a B. L Fahnestook's Vermifage. Sold by II. YERGIN and J. K. RAIFF, MILLRRSB URG, OHIO. Aug. 30, I860. v5u2. LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER! Patronize your own Tarda New Lumber Yard Just opened in Millersborg, NEAR THE RAILROAD LANDING, TTTHERE HOV CAN ALWAYS GET at Jjlersland prices, freight to this alac added,) all PINE AND POPLAR LUMBER, Shingles and Plastering Laths, MATCHED FLOORING & SIDING, Sash and Doors, Embracing all the rarieties usually found In Lumber Yard. llu.K.r. W. ..b h. nnhli nitron.?. OrOBlJ- Ingthat ther shall he fairlj dealt with. Our present assortment is eery good, hut we expect to made additions to it from da; to day, aa the wants of the country are GIVE US A CALL. JAMES HULL. March W, 1800. B.W.SNOS iQj PI pharmacyA o ache, Dyspepsia, Ferer and Ague, j IgA Iirer Complaint, Costiieness, g V- Biliousness, Neuralgia, Colic, D.praTd Appetite, Disor. a Y dered Stomach, Female Obstructions, c. if Ml8" vf L DR. J. KRAUT, Druggist & Apothecary BliUs IS PCKK Pharmaceutical Preparation! of StandardStrenoth Pur Wine and Liquor, Surgical Instrument, perfumery, j'atnu, out, I arnuAet, ax., ax., T ESPECTFCLLT inrites tfie consideration of k. Am medical profession and families to his eomolete ana ranea assortment oi au articles usnallr kept in such an establishment. The character of the stock is of the nrst qasiiCT- Fhrsicians and families fsrorine him with their nat- ronage, may confidently rely upon receiving medicines wnicn win not aisappoint tnem at tne beoide of the sick. Ere rr article leavinr this establishment is war ranted strictly as represented, and will be carefully put Physicians in the country, who may be nnalile to make tneir purcnases in person, will find it to their ad vantage to oruer. Empire Hotel Block, JU1LLERSE URG, OHIO April 7, 185-331y THE BEST COOK STOVE IB THK BECAUSE It Bakes Perfect Good Draft, Doors fit Close, Joints fit Tiffht. Plates are heavy, No Wood Wasted, Always a Supply of hot water, Superior 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. B sr" Beware of imitations, for many will seek to imi tate, but call and see the genuine at the Big Coffee Pot. n Jt. Had x . sole Agent. Oct 13, '5 Important to Farmers, Farriers and Horsemen. haipp's Celebrate) gorse filament TS WARRANTED to cure or remove all the fbl- X lowing namea aueases oi tbe horse, such u Spavin, Ringbone, Splint, Curb, and Windfalls, or any oiher Lump or ovxUingt, that may arise on the horse from any eause whatever, or wherever located, it has also been said by those who naveasea xne i.u mien, trial it will euro roii-fcvu anc Fistol. if applied in time. ff"SGiveita trial, and if after usinr it according to aireciiona, yon are not satisnedas to its emcacj, return toe oorae ana we wiu reiana your meney. SOLD BY J. K. RAIFF, DRUGGIST, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. Oct27,18S9 lOtf GROCERY STORE. QODFREY ITNER has removed his Grocery and Provision Store, To the Rooms formerly occupied by Fry's Jewelry Store. Bis roods are of the verr best qualitr. carefully select- ea ana wiu oe soia on anon fronts. All who wanHo bur the best quality ot GROCERIES should calL G. ITNER. April 28, I860. n37tf NEW GROCERY & PROVISION STORE GEOEGE WOLF has purchased the Grocery and Prorision 5 tore of John StolL and received in ad dition thereto a large stock of Family Groceries and Provisions of every kind. We invito special attention to his SIOCKOI TEAS, nf t .s , w-m COFFEE, of all grades and prices. MOLASSES, SYRUPS, &C. a (reat rariety at low prices. Fruits, Nuis, Tobacco, Cigars, Cheese, Crackers, Fish, and other articles that it wonld tale a column to enu merate. The hishest price will be nsid for all kinds of country produce. Call and See for Yourselves. C Rem ember the nlace: the rooms heretofore oc cupied by John Stall. June zi. iseo 4tr BETTBERG & HAUSMANN, mroRTiRa or in nsuuuia ut Fancy Goods, Toys, Baskets, ant YANKEE NOTIONS. . Ladies' Dress Trimming, Hotkrj, Iqfyr md ShtUuf Fool EiaBROIDEKIES, And evertthing utually kept in a Fany Stan, 232 SUPERIOR ST, CLEVELAND, O. ADOLm imnu, - . EpaOLfB nACSMAJrlt ivoTICE. THE atibdcriborboirs leave to my to those en mm.ri i Sucnr Cane raising that they can be accommodated with NO. 1 MILLS .i.nrt nntiep. and reasonable terms, at the Steam Foundry, ilillentburg, Ohio. Also, that celebrated composition FFLIVE B"RT ,T that has been selling for aevea dollars, can be had at the Steam Foundry for five dollars. J. H. VAN BROCKLiy. July 14. 47tf THE TRADE OPEN! :: J. CHEBRYHOLMES, Is now roceiring his FALL. SUPPLY or MERCHANDISE, which is the larjerf stock erer hronght to this places and is Selling qfSirgi! V Ton eaa 6 ad at THE CHEAP STORE or J. CHERRRYHOLMES, Great B IX DZISSS GOODS : CHERRTHOLJIES has GOOD SLACK SILK AT AT 75 CEXTS PER YARi CHERRTHOLMES has AT From 15 Cents to $2,00 per Yard' CHERRTHOLMES has ALL-WOOL DE LAINES AT FROM 31 to 50 OEM'S PER YAKR. CHERRTHOLMES has The largest lot of SHAWLS in Town, And Ter; Cheap. Stella Shawls for $1,50 to $5,00. CHERRTHOLMES has WHITE GOODS OF ALL KINDS JACONETS, Edgings, Inserting, and White Flouncing of all kinds. CHERRTHOHMES has A Big Lot of DRESS TRIMMINGS Cheap Velret Ribbon in large quantities. GLOVES, HOSIERT. HOODS fc COMFORTS, At Low Prices. Cljerryholnies has great bargains in QUEERS TV ARE, Bought direct front, the importer, without breaking packages. It will par jrou to break up jour old dishes and bur new ones, CHEAP. WOOLEN GOODS, In large quantities at CHERRTHOLMES' READ! READ! READ! Cloths, Cansimeres, Vestiug-s, Orei-coating, Tweeds, &t, in large quantities and at extra low prices. rjHe has seenred the services of a ood and experienc- d TAILOR, to niake Clotuiog.4 cans 8, taxir), Boot, Shoe. Leather and O'rocere of all land. JACOii CHERKYHOLMES. Sept. 6, 18';0 v5n3 J. EBERHARDT, ,gf . ' . -l-fcr,- Manufacturer and Dealer DJ ATTi KINDS OF AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE WO RKS. Monuments, Tombs and Head Stones on band and made to order on tbe shortest possible notios, and at swell low prices too that will astonish the narire. Shop on Main Street. MUlersbnrg, April 12, 1960. 1,000 REWARD. IT is generally eonceired that money sared is jnst aa good as that which is earned. The waj to nrt mo ney is to bay cheap. reopie donoiaiwajssnow wnere to buy the Cheapest and Best Groceries, And jnst for tbe benefit of particular friends, and the dear people generally tbeir hnmble servant pnt himself to the trouble of writing the fact and having it puV IS LICU UWI LOVIS FRITZ Has a very large and superior stock of everything an ally found in a GROCERY & PROYISI0X STORE. Let no one be backward abnnt calltnr everybody rush ri?ht up to Frit's, where ther can bar more for quarter than any other Grocery iu these difrgintV juu21,lS6a-44 LIGHT IN THE EAST! WERUM OX HAND AGALN with a large stock of Fall & Winter Goods! NEW AND CHEAP. Buyers are invited to Call AND SEE BEFORE Fl R( IIASIAC ELSEWHERE. HE THINKS He can do as -well by you as you can do elsewhere. Berliosept,lS60. SELLING OFF AT COST! Sow is yonr time to seenre BAEGAINS! C LOTH I A ; To be given away at cost price for the next 30 days. T order to make room for an ext. n. ire stock of new roods for the fall trade, we now oner Jo the public for tbe next 30 DAYS the remainilervof oar Sammer Goods AT COST PRICES. All are Invited to rail at the raited States Clothis Store, at the sien of tbe 'Little Giaat" to ret rrxl Barraine to Readr-Made Clothing and Oattemea s rwr-ni-l.in, Goods. S.B. HOl'tHaN CO. Hillersourr, AOs. , isou FIRE!!! Ska a a - . . 41 .n TUST T KKlfii Mi. a one 10 w w - - l- r .1 II .;fa tA the UrffMt B . . KIUUB, IIwUI IUV tultMinn en Force, Engine or Well Psmp. . .1 i . DHn,. m.d-ta a Boat PratMlji. This against bit: will throw water orer an; erdtnarr twat story house. Sold cheap oj eft AY, tb Tinner A T THE BIO C 0FFEE P0T. April 19, J SOU uu TO IITE subscribers respectfully Inrlte the attention of Merchants o theirstoek of H. "5T GOODS! Fancy Goods, : ' AND NOTIOKS. We purchase direct from manufacturers or their tsa mediate agents, and are therefore prepared to SELL AT AS LOW PRICES as snr hons In the Eeaatern dtic Give ns a call and see for your selves. C YKAOEst. cV rO 110 Market sk, Ftttsharfh Pa. re., isso lttti 1