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Scenes at Washington.
The Coirespondent of the Commercial write: ..... w - , -Now the poiDtles. bnt wind.cti. Wig fcll, shower. pon U "taou Yankees nd Abolition" from M-ino to Missouri including in kroad weeP Senators and KepreseotiTes from the North tor nU ol iHinoui epithets, culminating in .insoleBtand arrogant threaU laughable, ' if tber were not tbe echo of the ''peculiar" class: "You shall suppress jour infamous abolition incendiary publications! lou thali suppress abolitiouism in your pulpits ! "Too shall compell your aboliton orators (turning to Seward) to desit from enui cia- .1 i. 1 : . : kA Kua. zincr inflir uhiiiuuu uuuiriucs vu mo - - tinors! Yon lAaflsuDDress Tour abolition whaAla and Mminaries. etc! You thall do this (embracing, with wide jester, the iRepnUican side of the Senate.) Shall is tbe word we use ana mean.- Tn. tl,. alxirant and graceful Davis, 'wields a trenchant and glittering blade of inwtive. With massive tbrust be pane 1 tures tbe integument of illusive schemes for peace and Union, penetrating tne very narrow of hopes and desires, and sweeps with 'swift gestulation the clouaea nonzon -of oolilics. warninir with electrifying por- tpnt the mariners of the eood Ship of State to prepare for the inevitable storm. Brown follows in fell spirit, darkening the. cratherirxr doom with deprecatory and .forbodingeloqunce,and hissing with illy- uppressed venemence, me inwosny oi uis pent-op wrath. , The difference in denunciation and slan--der, is precisely in proportion to the distinc tions between the characters of men. Davis, with choice and polished rhetoric; . Brown, with dignity of demeanor and ex pression; Iverson, with the insensate wrath of an impotent demon; and Wigfall, with athe gross hatecf mediocrity, are tbe out lines and predominating coloring of a painting . completed by the subordinate ury of the secession masses. So through he columns of the newspapers, the baleful hate of your Cobb, your Toombs, and oth er secession heralds, gleams with fierce heat upon the steady but yet placable North. STATESMEN. . This crisis seems to have quickened our Northern Senators and Representatives in to statesmen. The calm intrepidity with which they meet the most aggravating provocation is admirable, lou can see them, as they sit in their legeislative halls. close ranks to receive an assault. 1 lint indescribable expression of the counten ance, as man looks like roan full in the eye, translating from one to another iden tical impressions, indicates to the c!o3e ob server how firmly they are fortifying their minds. It sensibly affects their haughty and insolent assailants, who de mand with agonizing but bitter wrath, Why does not tiie North speak f We come to insult and provoke you ; why do you not resist f" And then they whirl away in a frezy of passion, shouting wralh futly, "What hope of concession from auch as these! They do not cower P Yet the North remains calm masterly inactive holding out the olive branch now asking for bills of particulars ever professing their readiness to yield every thing but principle for the sake of union and harmony. But still tbe South storms "You have executed the Fugitive Slave law ! Your personal liberty bills are non sense! Your John Brown raids are excep tional, and not the cause of secession! The election of Lincla is inconsequental ? But you Jon I love there is no love lost." Still the North, imperturbable, courteously asks, "What do you require ?"-! and the South, sirinrinr wildly to ttie floor, howls with demoniac energy through Iverson, with sharp incisiveness from Davis, gloomy menace through Brown, and rave vehemence from Wigfall, "We demand a slave code and utter subordination of North ern principle to Southern prejudice and slavebolding interests. If we receive not these and more, these marble walls shall become the habitation of bats and owls, and this fair fabric of fraternal States shall be shattered into thirty three fragments!" Voice of the London Times. The London Times in an article upon American politics, closes thns: : Let there be no mistake as to English public opinion on this subject. If we have paid a sincere homage to the rising great ness of America, it lias not been to that which the Southerners are so anxious to conserve, but to that which tbey are stri ving to destroy. All that is noble and ven erable in the United States is associated with its federal constitution. It is not the demonstrations of Southern ruffianism in Congress, or the filibustering aggrandize ment sif trm .Qmilli t ri m 1 1 u Muvimn on- Hiau. vi .uv v. ..... , v. i u uv " nexations downwards, or the fugitive slave law, or tbe Dred Scott decision, or tbe Kansas-Nebraska act-- it is not these or any other Oriarapa of- Democratic iusolenee-d ti ring their ascendency of half a century, that has commanded the sympathy and admiration of Europe. We have judged these things leniently, as the actions of great wen and great nations ought to be judged, because we knew the peril un der which so mighty an enterprise as tbe civilization, of America, must of necessity be carried out, and have confidence in the practical good sense of the American char acter A certain - bectoric tone, arising from the exliubei ant consciousness of bea) lb and srength," is characteristic of adoles cence, but no such allowance is made for deliberate sals of lawless violence. Even now, so long as the agitation is confined to bullying and insults, to "retaliatory laws" and indignation meetings in the form of conventions, we shall not despair. High pressure, moral as well as mechani cal, is the rule in America, and threats of civil war may be used there in a strictly parliamentary sense. But if this rough sparring should by chance be carried to far, and the threat so often uttered in jest or wantoness, should be repeated in earnest and lead to bloodshed, it is some comfort that the aggressors will not be tbe stronger party. - Mr. Lincoln will in that case com mand a majority in Congress, and will car ry with him the support of all those who, however tolerant of slavery, will not tame ly acquiesce in its becoming the basis of an illegal and hostile Confederation. Thk Ikauguratioh op Mr. Lincoln. A't meeting of the Senate Committee on Claims, recently, Mr. Iverson, who is Chairman, tauntingly observed that lialf a million of Wide Awakes could not inau gurate1 Mr. Lincoln. "Oh, then," quietly replied a Republican Senator, "we will send a million." Mr. Iverson seemed to think that Dumber sufficient.. .it3T The "Free Lovers" of Berlin Heights, Ohio, propose selling out at that locality and removing to Lake county Indiana. Fort Moultrie. The eyes of the Nation are upon Fort Moultrie. It already, posesses a historic importance, equalled by but few otner places in America; yet it is quite possible that contingencies may soon arise wmcn will make the world resound with its names. Its garrison is very small considerably less than a hundred men ; and though tbe position itself is almost impregnable, and ibouf h a consideiable number of laborers have recently been busily at work, strength eniug it, yet it would be nearly impossible for so small a force to maintain u agam! tbe attack of a large and determined body of troops. Tbe Washington correspondent of the personal organ of tbe Administration, the New York Herald, under date of Decern ber 14, telegraphed to that paper that Mrs. Anderson "demanded that he I Buchanan increase the force at that place, or she will take his neglect to do so as an intentional and icxcked sacrifice of her husbanas life, who, she declares, will never surrender the place, but rather fall in its defence J' We present to-day a view of Charles ton and its Harbor, with the location of Forts Moultrie. Sumpter, and Castle Pier ney, taken from Cotton's Map, and which is correct in every particular; also, a full history of the operations going in there. Plaindealer. X"Tbe New York Times hints that the Seventh Regiment of that city th crack regiment of our citizen soldiery is about to be invited to make an excursion to London, and that a British frigate will will come after them. Tbe Times says I be suggestion was received with so much enthusiasm that there is no longer a doubt about its practical realization. Tbe Seventh Regiment may consider itself booked for London, and not in a common place Adriatic or vulgar Persia, but in first class British frigate, with lots of bunt ing, and the smallest possible allowance of coal in tbe bunks; for it is stated that the Government has expressed its willingness to placo one or more war steamers of the first class at tbe disposal of the volunteers, for tbe purpose of conveying tbe Amen cans to London and back again. In Lon don, tbe regiment will be placed under ef ficient charge, quartered sumptuously, and duly ciceroncd to every place of interest in the English metropolis, and every other part of the tight little isle. The expense of this international courtesy is estimated by the volunteers at 1150,000, but the enthusiast is such that if doubled that amount be needed, it will be forthcoming. John Bull has been immensely pleased with the re:eption given the Prince of Wales in this country, and there is no lei ling to what an absurd extent he may car ry bis hospitality. Special Notices. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. C. Z. & C. R. R. Trains leave Millersburg: Express 6:45 A. M, Accommodation 11:10 P. II. Arrive at Millersburg: AcoramadatioB -. ....4:27 P. M. Express :.8:50 P. II. PITTSBURG. FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. GOING WEST. Fast Express 5:55 A. M. Mail . 2:35 P. M. Express Passenger 6:02 P. il GOING EAST. Mail 9:21 A. M. Fast Express 3:00 P. M. i-xreas fassenger 3:00 J. 51. "Reduced by Dyspepsia to a Mere Skeleton." Cubed bt "Bceiuiaye's Holland Bitters. Mr. A. Matchett, a trader probably as well known as any man ia Westers Pennsylvania, state af follows: "I met with a farmer in Arm strong county who was reduced by Dyspepsia to mere lucdaon. 1 persuaded bun to buy a bottle of Bcerhavess Holland Bitters, believing it would cure him. Meeting him some months alter, what was my astonishment at finding him a hale, hearty mar ; he told me he now weighed zihj pound, and Ibis wonderlul change liau been produced by Bcerbare's Holland Bitters to which he attributed solely his restoration." Hair Restorative. Mr G. Secbsist's Hair Restorative is brought before the pul)iat the instance of persons who have tried and proved its virtues. We, for one, do know of a verity that the Restorative pos sesses the qualities for which it is recommend ed. Hundreds of persons have tried it, and in every case proved beneficial results. It restores the hair to its natural color, gives it vigor of protein, ana leaves no sticsy, rough or greasy feelings, and prevents all temlcncy to baldness. It is not a dtk. but kestorattve; stimulating tbe hair to activity, and brings bark to the head the glossy locks of youth. Summit Beacon. See advertisement and circulars. Marriage Notices. Married Od tbe 20th inrt. bv the Rev. R. W. Mar. Oris. Mr. WILLIAMSON Me.LAFGHLIN, of Emu, and Via CATHARINE I EVANS of Coshocton Co., On tbe 20th inst.by VaxajsTHrg TJlrxt Eqr. Mr. ROBERT lIcDOWELL and Miss ELIZABETH THOMPSON all of Killbock Township. Marriage Notices. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG. Dec. 26. 1860. Flour. 5,50$6,00 Cloverseed $4,00 Buckwheat flour. 1 1,50 Flaxseed $1,00 Rveflour 3cwt. $1,50 Tiruo'y do $$I,75200 Wheat BU(g90 Green Apples 50 Corn 25(30' Dried Apples 75 Oats 20 Dried Peaches... $1,75 Rye .45 Smoked Hams...69 Barley 4050 Smoked Shoulders... 6 Butter 14 Smoked Sides 7 Eggs 12 Dressd Pork 4,505,00 Lard 8 is Cleveland Market-Dec. 24. FLOUR Sales are 150 hbls double extra red at $4.75; and 100 bbls extra at $4.50. - W HE AT N o sales reported. Tbe market is steady at our quotations. CORN Quiet at 36c. OATS Quiet at 25c. HIUHWINES Small sales at 15c HOGS Sales of 28 head at $55,50, divid ing ob 190 lbs, and 16 do at $5,50, Cleveland Market-Dec. 24. New York Market--Dec. 24. FLOCK Sales 32000 bbls, at $5,005 J 0 for superfine state; $5.255,35 for extra state; $5 54 0 for superfine western; $5.305,60 for com mon to medium extra western; and $5.405,50 for shipping brands extra round hooped Ohio. WHEAT Market l2c per bushel better, but demand both for home consumption and ex port is not very active at the advance.. Sales are 36,600 bn Wisconsin club and amber Wis consin at $1201 .25; 34,000 bu Canada club at $1.25; 2600 bu red state at $1,28; 21,000 bu winter red western at $U30131, chiefly at in side prices; 120 white Miclut'an 1.40: 5000 bu very namlsome wbite Umpewaat $1,30. Alar- kel closing with boklere rutber n.ore to realize. disposed RYE Quiet and steady at 70e. . BARLEY Dull aud nominally at 7080. CORN Advanced le with moderate demand for export and home trade. Soles are 38000 bu at 676Uc for mixed western in the store and delivery. OATS May he quoted a shade firmer with a moderate business doing at 37(3Sc for Wea tern and Canada, and 3b3eglor state. DRESSEL HOGS at 66c LIVE HOGS Steady at 2Wa574C LARD Market steady with moderate de mand, bales are 33U bbls at vy4(ac tor new; 9J103c for prime western reserve. BUTTER Selling slowly at ll14c for Ohio. mg-Jic state. SEVEN YEARS! riiHK sereo yer vnrf railed esect atiesdinr the X "lOsMoroLiTAX Art Associatio v bare made it a honsehold word thraoffh rrr anarW of the countrr. Under tbe anspiers of this popular IzutltntioaL, over three hundred thousand bomee hare learned to appre ciate by beautiful works ot art on tbeir walls, and ehoice .iterator on tbeir tat lea the great benefit de rived from becoming a aabneriber. SntmrriptioiM are now being receired in a ratio tmpar- aiieieo wun ruu of anr prenooa rear. Te&xb op ScasRiPTios. Any person can become member brmibacrtbinr S3, for which ther will reeeive- The laree and superb steel enjrraTiDr, 30x38 inches, entitled u'alintaTs Mttsterin bin recrvitft." S book d Ose copy, one year, "The Cosmopolitan Art journal. Third Free admission, during the season, to The Gallery of PaintloirR. a4tt Broadway, New York.1 In addition to the above benefit, there will be ptren to subtfribers. an gratuitous premiums, over fire hum dred Works of Art, eompriiug valuable paintings, mar bles, pariana, outlines, sjrcforming a truly national ben efit. The superb erjprarinjr. which every subscriber will re ceive, entitled 'Falxtaff Musteringhis Recruits," is one of themost beautiful and popular engraving ever issued in this country. It is done on steel, in fine line and stipple, and is printed on hearr plate paper, 30x38 inches, making a most enoice ornament, suitable tor the walls of either the library, parlor or office. Its subject is the celebrated scene of iir John Falstaff receiving, in Jus tice Shi How's office, the recruits which had been g ther ed for his ragged regiment." It could not be furnished bv the trade for less than five dollars. The Art Jovbxal in too well known to the whole coontrv to need commendation- It is a maerificentlr il lustrated matrazine of Art, containing Essays, Stories, Poems, Gossips, &c, by the very best writers in Amer ica. The enpraviDjis sent to anv part of the countrr by mail, with safety, being packed in a cylinder, postage prepaid. Subscriptions will be received until the evening of the 3m of January, isol, at which time the books will close and tbe premiums he riven to subscriber. Xo person is restricted to a single subscription. i nose remitting i are entitled to nv subscriptions and to one extra engraving for their trouble. Subscriptions from California, the Canadaa, and all foreign countries, must be $3,30 instead $3, in order to defray extra portage, etc. Kor further particulars send for a copy of the elegant ly iiiustraTea art Jocrxal, pronounced the hannonv est magazine io America. It contains a Catalogue o Premiunw, and numerous superb engravings. Regular price 50 cents per number. Specimen conies, however. will be sent to those wishing to subscribe, on receipt of xo cents in stamps or coin. Address C. L. Dbrbt, Actuary C. A. A, 546 Broadway, a ew i ors.. Subscriptions received and forwarded by Jobs CaS KIT, Agent for Holmes County. ie. o, teu. lo- Time of Holding District and Common Pleas Courts. IT Is ordered by the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of the Sixth Judicial District of the State of Ohio, that the times for holding the District Court and tne court oi common rieas in each ot the counties com prising said District for the year 1851. be fixed and nre- scnucu as ioiiows, u wu: DI3TXICT COURT. Linking county. Tbursd iv, June 11; Coshocton county, Friday, Jt:ne 21; Holmes countv, Monday. June 24: Wayne countv. Tuesdar. June 26: Ashland count v. If nit- day July 1; Richland county, Tuesday, July 2; Morrow county, Monday, Jul. 8; Delaware county, Monday, Ju- iv xti; A.nux county, Monaay, i uiy xz. COURT OF COXUOX PLEAS. Knox county, Monday, February 11: Hondar. Slav 13; Monday, Septemt r 16. Lickm? county, Moodar, starch II ; Monday. Aucust tz: Moouar, Aoremoerzo. Delaware countv. TuesJav. February 12: Tuesday, Anril 9: Mondav. September. Coshocton county, Tuesday, March 5; Monday, Aug ust iz; Monday, Aoremoer. Wa ne tnnntv, Tnesday March a; Monday. September 9; Mo-day. November 24. Holmes count?, Tuesday, February 12; Tuesday, May 7; Tuesday, November 5. Ashland countv, Tu-sdav. February 12: Tuesday. Aoril 2i; iuesuay,uciooeria). 3lorrow ccuntv, Tuesday, February sot; Tuesday, May Tuesday, October 15. Richland countv, Tuesdav, March 16; Mondav. Sen- icmocr z; Monoay, AoTcmoer Signed, WM. GREEN. Wcdgss. GEO. W. GADDIS. S THE STATE OF OHIO.? noimes county. i, e-rastts UKKcmni,t;ierB: or the Court of Common rieas. witbtn and for said countv. hereby certify the within and foreo'rinjj to be truly ikeo and copied from the order of tbe Judtres of the Court of uoinmon rieas oi the aixth J uaicial District of tne Mat oi Ohio. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal ot said Court, at MUlcrsburg, this zainoay oi November, ivu. td KAs X L a utifcCHEK. Clerk. Dec. 6, I860. 16 Railroad Notice. Office cf the C. Z. fc C. R. R. Co., Akron. O.. December 3. 1860. r I iHE annual meeting of the Stockholders of X the Cleveland, Zanesville fe Cincinnati Railroad Company, for the election of Directors will be beld at the office of the Company, in Akron, Wednesday, January Sth. 1861, at 10 o'clock A. M. C. A11ZK, Sec'v. Dec. 6.1860 16t3. To Merchants, Mechan-Sft ics, Farmers, Labor- f BL1 ing Men and every body call on COXRAD TTATT aod examine his MAMMOTH STOCK OF It is useless for ns to parlienlarize. Sufficient to Siiy, we have a general stock of Boots fr Shoes, for Men, Women, Misses and Children. Suitable for all times, places and seasons, and can sell, and will sell, as low as any house in Ohio, of the same quality and style ol goods. Fits, Fits, Fits. Like the Physician that cured every disease. by first throwing his patients into fits, he will give all his cusloroers fits. Also, a general assortment of J 23 LSI 133 122. Shoemakers' Findings, tc. To which he invites the attention of those wish ing to purchase. C. HATT. jov sej, bu 14 G. SECIIRIST'S HAIR RESTORATIVE THE BEST PREPARATION KJf OWN FOR THE HUMAN HAIR. WILL reslore white or gray hair to its orig inal color. Will restore the natural secretions. Will remove at once all itching. Will remove all daudruff. . Will make th hair soft and glossy. Will make th- old appear young again. Will preserve their hair to old age. Will always instvn it, and stop its folliRgjind one of the best toilet articles in use. Bead the following Certificate. Of Judge D. R. Tilden, who is well known throughout Northern Ohio. Cleveland, July 11. 1859. Messrs. Hilfer and Scchrist: I have had a bottler of your Hair Restorrtive. I obtained it prevent my hair from falling off, not suppos ing that it would restore tbe color, my hair be ing very gray, bnt to my very bseat surprise it has not only prevented my hair from falling, but restored it to its natural color. I had an aversion to being gray, and had made use of Wood's. Mrs. Allen's and other Hair Uyes, but wi t bout success. I have no hesitation in saying that this pre tparntionof yours isar, veryor. superior to any hing of the kind now in the market. Will yon please send me a gallon of the Re storative by Express and the price, and I will send yon tne money by mail. Yours truly, DAN'L R. TILDEN. Prepared by HELFER SECHRIST, Akron, O. For sale nt the BOOK STORE, Millersburg, O. Nov. 22. '6014 Administrator's Notice NOTICE is herby given that the undersign ed have been duly appointed and qualified asadministratorsof the Estate of John Barkey, dec., late of Holmes County, Ohio. URIAH NEWCOMER. ., , ISAAC BARKEY jAdmr' Nov. 20, I860. -rvr J. B. ALBAN, Dentist, ITIILLERSBI RG, O. A rtificUl teeth in- JX. sertedoB Gold. Silvej. Vukanrte s Porcelain base. Terth Extracted Cleaned or filled. Satishction warran led. Room at the "Ellison Honsa" Kcr.2tf,ie60.-ji. A NEW STOCK OF BRAND NEW GOODS! 2d Arrival this Fall AT OXJEL 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, 1860. To the Afflicted. THE undersigned respectfully informs the citizensof Millersbnrg and vicinity.that he is still at the old stand on Main street one door west of Weston's Saloon, where he makes to order Boots and Shoes as cheap as ever. jyAU persons owing me will please pay rtp what is due me, so that X can pay wnai i owe, and save them the pleasure of being riunneii. I have to pay money for stock, and will ex. pect L. AStl lor all wore nereaiter. rlhm t Ibreet that wnen too come. 5 Xov 22, '60 14 B. M. SPEJiCER, MILLERSBURG TIME, AT FRY'S. HE HAS THE BIGGEST PILE OF THE PRETTIEST m HUNTING CASED WATCHES jC2-F0R THE LEAST MONEYS T0U EVER SAW! If von dnabt it, fro and te for y oarwlf; that is the way to'prove it, u well u to find th place whore you can BUY A GOOD WATCH! And Save your Money HAS HE NICE CLOCKS, TOO? Just go and see them t hit's all I bare to ray. What about the Jewelry, SiDeetaeles. Oold .Fins, Silverware, &c.,&c. Oh, jurt go and see! and if yon don't boy, it'a because you can i una use ior guuu lujugn. Few doors East of Koch's Corner. October 26, 1S6010 JZXTZ YOU? DID YOU Go in to Coot'a to ir bii did you NEW STOCK DID YOU DID YOU WATCHES. DID YOU It is decidedly the largest and best stock or this kinderer brought to Millersburg. DID YOU GO IX TO COOK'S DID YOU and ace his new stock of CLOCKS? If not, go at once. GO IN TO COOK'S to see what a DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU MA GNIFICENT C H E AP iot or JEWELRY, DID YOU DID YOU be has just receired. GO TO COOK'S AT ONCE G. L. COOK. KoremberS, 1800. Falling into Ranks! CUSTOMERS Who go to MAYER'S Store will find a Splendid lot oi m -7cr- ri. T SUITABLE FOB Fall and Winter Wear ! THE PRICES Of Fine Goods are Lower. JHE QUALITY Never Before Surpassed. THE QUANTITY Equal to any Establishment. G-o to Mayers "TTTITII your trade of all kinds, you will get ther as Tf moeb inritaiany otner nouse win give, ana can suit yonnelf from a large and well selected assortment Foreign and Domestic Goods, &c. We hope to see all our old customer aod as many new ones as can mike it convenient to give us a call, round oar counters, looking at our goods before having else where. Not.8,1860 12 NOW OPENING! BT . Jns. Hebron & Son, THEItt Fall and Winter Stock of HARDWARE, IRON, NAILS, GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, CARPENTERS' TOOLS, SADDLERS TOOLS, DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, SADDLERY, COACH TRIMMDNXxS, POCKET CUTLERY, &C, &C, &C. And alt kind of gnnda tnnatly kept In veil tarorted Hardware Stock, all of which will be told at very low niptrea. PurchanerB are roqaeiled to examine our atock belore baying elsewhere. Remember the Place, Not. , 10. CppMlte the PoMte Bnn(a- 1 er lo -i-JL lot silk and ol MCLEAN'S 8TBE.f0THCtIX0 CORDIAL axtr BLOOD PURIFIER. ieforetakinft ifttr taking, rime i,rrtol Kcracdy eer knana. ThUcor- j. o:n ia amiueu from a brrrr known only to mTeelf, and chemically cmMned with iome of the tnot ralua ble medicinal woln, herlw and barku known to th" mind of man. ria: Blood Boot, Blct Itoot, Wild Cbenr Bark, Yellow Pock, Dandelion, Sarsaparilla. Elder r iy..r, wita otbem pmeocini! themni.tin.,allii l.'reni- iot mc restoration ol litaltii ever kno n. It ia na tnree own remedy, earing difieaae by natural law, n en laaen, ua intiuencr a telt conne; tnreugn, eren rein of the bodr, paiifvtnr and accelerat;r.r the eircn ration of the blood. It nontnlirm anr bilinn mAtt. in the atomachf ana strengthenathe whole organization. McLean's Strengthening Cordial, ViU eCectoanr cure Zer Complaint, Dyxprptia, Jaundice, Chronic or icttoiu utouuy. vueatet of tne nU neys, and all Ditaict arising from a disordered lit er 0' Stomach, Heart!, Inward Pile", Additr or SU-knem of the Stomach, Fullnesa of Blood to the Head. Pall Pain or Swimming in the Head, Palpitation of tbe Heart, Full nena or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations. Choaking orSnXracating Feeling when lying down, Dry ness or Vellownem of the Skin and Eres. Sight 3westa. Inward Ferern, Pain in the Small of the Back. Cheat or Side. Sudden Flnahea of Heat, Depression of Spirita, Frightfal lrrearns. Langnor, Despondcncv or anv Xer tous Diease.Snrea or Blotches on the -Otin. and'FeTer ana Agae. (or u hills and Ferer). It will also cure dis eases or the Bladder and Womb. uch as Seminal Weak ness. Incontinence of the Crine, Strannry, Inflamma- uon or eaknemof the Womb or Bladder, White, ia There is no Mistake about It. This Cordial will Drror fail tn rnn n nf thm, skiin. diseases, if taken as per directions on each bottle, in uciuutuujjiuauu r reuca. GVER A ffi'LLIQN OF E0TTLFS Have been sold d urine the List ix mnntha. and in da inUnce has it failed in giring entire antufaction. Who, than w:n ..rr r 1 , i . a ir-ini wCTuncj- or aeuiiir, wucn Mc beau oirengiueuing i;oraiai wiu cure jour TO THE LADIES. Do you wish to be health and stmntr? Tiin m . once, and sret some of McLean's CordiaL It ctnanth. en and invortte jour whole srstem, eansiDg a healthy and pare circulation ot blood to flow through every rein, and the rich, ronjUoom of health to mount jour iEverj bottle iswajranted to gire satisfaction. FOR CHILDREN. We say to parents, if your children are Irkl. mmr oralllicted aith eomrjla'ints nreralent anion eiililnn' glre them a small quantity of McLean's Cordial, and it will make them healthy, fat, and robust. Del.iynuta oiumeui, irj ii,aou you wut oe convinced. It is Delicious to Take. Cavtiox. Beware of druyirists or dealers who mar to paira upon yon some Hitter or Sarsaparilla trash, which they can bur cheap, br savin? it u jast asreod. Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's Strenzthcnioe Cor- dinl, and t.tke nothing c!. It is the only remedy that will purify the U-wl thoroughly. and at the same time strengthen tbe system. One tables poonf ul taken every morn i dp fmtioz.ls a certain provtntive for Cholera, Chills and Fever. Yel low Fever, or any prevaleut duease. It is nut nn in rnce oDly $1 jkt bottle, or 6 bottles for $5. J. II- McLEAV Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Aiso JicLsoan s Volcanic OiJ Liniment. Principal Depot on the eorner of Third and Pi it Cta St Loui?, Mo. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment The Bed Liniment in the World. The OXLY Knfti anil Certain cure for Cnnrmrm Pila Tn. mors, Swellina, and Bmucbvle or Goitre, Parahnis, iuriusia, " vaKucs oi ma Jiascies, Chronic orln- auiinaiorT KtieuinaTum. btiRnctia or th. Jninf rAn iractea MusciesoriiganieDts, tonic he, Urui.s.Sj.ra-ns. Wound?, Fresh Cuts, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Caked ttreants flammatiun or Pain, no diHercnce bow revere, or how long toe uiscase may nave existed. McLean s Cle- bkxtko i.i.MSiE.vT it. a certain reine.Iv. ThoDSHods of human beimrs hai-e bon MTevI Mfa aecrepuuae ana niisary by the nse of this invaluable McLean's Volcanic Oil Linimeiit Will relieve nain almnttt tnit-mUnAAM. --.a i :ii cleanse, purify, and heal the ioulest sores in an incredi- uiy ruor, ume. For Horses and other Animals. McLean's celebrated Lini liable n-medy for the core of Spavin, Ring" Bone, Wind galls, Splint. Unnatural Lorn fa, Nodes or Swellings. - wvHirDiE iienu, roii-evit, r ixtnia, ia Knninng bores, or Sweeny, if nrnr.erlv Hm,lieL Vnr oprains, nruies, acratches, Cracked Heels, Chafes, Sad dle or Collar Galls. Cuts, Sores or Wounds, it is an infal libleremedy. Apply it as directed, and cure is certain in every instance. Thi n trille no lenger with the msnv wnrtlileu T Int- ments offered to you. Obtain a snpply of Or. McLean's mvuiautcu LUJimiTDk 11 Wlil Cnre VOV. J. II. ItlcLEAN, Sole Proprietor. Corner of Third and Pine Sts., SL Lonis, Mo. n. lticui., scent, M 1LLERSB UJi O, OHIO. July 12, lS60.-v4n nOWARD ASSOCIATION, FUII.ADEI.PIIIA A Benevolent Institution established by special En- aowmem, jot me naiej of the Hick ana Dis tressed, ajlictcd with Virulent and Epi demic Diseases, and especially for the Cure of Diseases of Iht Sexual Oroavs. TEDICAL, ADVK'K. iriren rrl. t. .. i.. if I ing Surgeon, to all who aouly bv letter, with de scription of their condition, (age, e-enpation. hahite ol life, c.,) and in cases of extreme poverty, 'Medicines VALUABLE REPORTS on Snrmt -rhn.. IliKenseiiof the Sexual Organs, and on th, J'F'"W REMEDIES eaiployed in tbe Dispensarse. t Hie aiilictud in sealed letter envplopes, free of charge. Two or t:nee Stamps for postage will he acceptable. Address Dr. J. SKII.MN 1I01"HT().N, Acting Sur geon, Howard Assoriatieh. No. S South Ninth Stiett PhiUdelnhia P. k,.U..r 4k.i . - 1 EZRA D.AARTWEIX, Treat. Cm. FairrHiiD.Sec'y. Oct. 18, I860. ISTEW GOODS - AT TBI EMPORIUM! J. IIILVANE TXAS just receired bis Fall aud Winter Stock ofCooda Come and see, Come and see. The largest and best stock of goods ever brought to this place. fnnn fnnnr n ranw th ipa uuu tnuro & laoi iiMtd. Therefore I have bongVt a large stock which I will sell Cheaper than Ever. "Quick Sales and Small ErcCts," Is my motto. COME ONE, COME ALL, will not rob Peter to nav Panl. In my atock will be iouuu an tue lastcsl siyiea of DRESS GOOOS ! Iks. Merinoes.both finrrd ami .lin nri of Fancy I Laiues, VeliocieM, Plaius, CoberRS,ltnbes, Ac, 4c, Cloths, Candmeres, Casinvts. Xwceiis. J cam.. Uvercoatuip, and Vesting. S3 S2 a 52a Crape and Stella Shawls. Merino Shawls, with hearr fringe; a Large lot of Blanket Shawls, all the latent styles; Hrocho Snawls, which I am telling at a reduced price. Hats and Caps, no end. I still continue the largest best selected stock oi Boots & Shoes! to town, cheaper than vtr. COME &. SEE THEM. ry QUE ENS WARE. I hare a larce lot and defr eoni)etitinn. HOOP SKTRTS-eoniething less than fiir load, from iorty tents to turn dollars. "Groceries of all kinds. IT?"A rmnd trfjcU r ouib ieainer lox za cw. T n, ana tue TerT bpit tor25cts. Sept.13.18C0.-n4 GREAT EXCITEMENT IN NEW YORK! Prince of Vales Arrived! Still Greater Excitement in BLOOM FIELD, Caused by th. Arrival of S. TIDD ALL'S all and Winter Stock' of Goods! Which 1 am prcparH to Ml nt rato fnal to any other MtaA.una.ont tn ton coanirr. COME AND TRY ME. " October 25, I860 10 S.TID3ALL. Jacob Liffhtcap's Estate. NOTICE is hereby eircn, that the anbacriber has been appointed and qualtiled as executor na the estate Jacob l.iglitcan, late ol Jiounas county, oeoeaaeq. Oassal at Rlple; (p , this 1st dsy of October. A. P. JcVIO. BOIU. n. A. ivnrai, sir. T EE&E WHAT THB PEOPLE SAT. The undenrijmed harlne aH Professor HUMPHRET3 8PKCIFIC HOMiBOPATIHC REMKPIW in our fkittUEea with the most satisfactorr resuits, and batinx full ecna- dence In their genuiaeness, purity, and efficacy, cheerfully KeonuMad them to all persona whe wish to hare sae, re liable, and elncaciona remedies at band for prirale er da- The Eer. Wm. Hosraer, editor nf M The Northern In.le- pendent,' Auburn. N. T. : the Rev. B. H. Cresaev. O.D., Rector of 9L Peter's Church, Auburn, !f . T. ; the Rer. B. L Ires,' Chaplain of the Auburn Sute Prison; the Rrr. Spencer M. Rice, Rector, New-Bedford, Mass.; the Rer. Allen Steele, Mew-York Conference ; the Rer. Samuel Nichols, East-Genesee Conference, N. T. ; the Rer. P. S. Pratt, Dorset, Tu ; the Rer. John E. Rnb'te, Buftnlo ; A. C nan. ksq., uuca, h. if ; tbe lion. Meal Dow, Portland, Me. ; the Hon. Schuyler Colfax, South-Bend, Ind. ; the Hon. George Humphreys, S. Y. ; Henry D. Cook, Ksq., Editor of xne uuo mate journal, Columbus, otdo: the Hon. K. H. Graham, Motine, III.; the Hen. Thomas X Chase, Monti cello, Via. ; the Hon. Joseph Benedict, UUca, N. Y. ; Wm, Bristol, mo., uuca, n. x. ; a. & Fond. Esq.. utlca. . Y. LIST Or SPECIFIC REMEDIES. No. 1. for Ferer, Connstaoa, and Inflammation. No. 1 For Worm Ferer, Worm Colic, W-uinjr the Bed. Na S. For Colic, Crying, Teething, and Wakefulness ef Infanta. , No. 4. For Diarrhea, uholera Infantum, and Summer UMnptaintm. fio. a ror uonc, irnpinrs, uTsen-ery, or niooay situ. No. For Cnotera, utioiera Morons, vennung. No. 7. Pot Coughs, Colds, Influenza, and Sore Throai, No. 8. For Tooth-ache. Face-ache, and Neuralgia. No. 9. For Headache. Vertigo, Heat and Fullness of the Bead. No. lu. Drsparmi Ptll For weak and Deranged Stomach, Constipation, and Lirer Complaint, No. It. Foa FrxAU. lKaxaci.AaiTias, Scanty, Painful, or Suppressed Periods. No. IX. For beucorrnea, rroiuse aienses, ana searing Down or Females. No. IS. For CrouD. Hoarse Coush. Bad Breath, nr. Na 14. Silt Rhbcti Pax For Erysipelas, Eruption. Pimples on the Face. No. 10. khbcjiatic nrxs. tor rain, I inrirnesi, or sere- m in the Chest, Back, ioins, or jutmbs. A. For Ferer and Ague, Chill Ferer. Dumb Ague. Old lusmnnageu Agues. p. ror riles, mma or sieeam;. internal or Kxternai. O. For Sore. Weak, or Inflamed Eyes and Eyelids : FaH mg, we&a, or niurreu otgnw .. i-L-r Citarrh, of long sUuduif, or recent, either wist uHirjctiou or uroju-'e aiscnarse. W. C r .r Whooping Couii, abathif Its rielence ant ihtrutitre; i'n course. In all acute diseases, such as Ferera. InflanimatioBS, Oiiirriiua, iiyscutcry. Croup, Rheumatism, and such erup tive disease as Scarlet Fever, Measles, and Erysipelas, the auranta;re of siring tne proper remedies prompuy is oo viuus. and In ail such cases the roeciflcs act like a charm. The entire disease is often arrested at once, and in all oases the violence of the attack is moderated, the disease short ened, and rendered less dangerous. Coughs and Colds, which are of such frequent occurrence, and which so often lay the foundation of dise&ded lungs, bronchitis and consumption, may all be at once cured by the Ferer ad Cugh Pills. In all chronic diseases, such as Drsnepsla. Weak Stomach, t.i:tnatif.n. liver Comnlaints. Piles. Female Debility, and Irrrirularitics, ul l Headaches, Sore or Weak Eyes, Catarrh, Suit Wintm, and other old eruptions, the case has specifics ..: proper application win auora a cure in aiuioat vrcry iiut.nue. Oiltn tlic cure of a single chronic difficulty, such as Dvieitsla, Piles or Catarrh, Headache or Female Weak I.'.-", u9 more tran pa:a ior ute case tea umes orer. PRICE. v;-Jl sc .if 20 f i'J complete, in morocco, and Book IS Crute of 20 vials, and Book, plain. 4 Giis f 15 numbered boxes, and Book. S Case of 6 boxes, numbered, and Book......... 1 Siiihle numbered boxes, with directions... 25 cents. 5i:::e lettered boxes, with directions. Ou cents. t-nr-e case of S ox. vials, for planters and physicians:.. .$1S ALSO SPECIFICS. For Asthmi or Phthisic. Oppressed. Difficult, Labored Breathing, attended with Cough and Expectoration. Price, AO crnts per box. For tia iiqcwjirrgs ins iRinrias. utscnarges rrom we Vat. the result of Scarlet Fever. Measles, or Mercurials. For Noises in the Head, Hardness of Hearing, and Ringing in Ute Ears, and Ear-ache. Price, 50 cents per box. For ScaorCLA. Enlarired Glands. Enlartred and Indurat ed Tonsils, Swellings and Old Ulcers, Scrofulous Cachexy of Children. rrtce, oo cents per oox. For Gkxrkal Drbilitt. Physical or Nervous Weakness. Either the result of Sickness, Excessive Medication, er Ex hausting Discharges. Price. 50 cents per box. Fir Dkotst. Fluid Accumulations, Tumid SweUings, wilt. Scanty Secretions, trice, ou cents per box. rtiR SEA SrcsSKas. ueatniy aicicness, tenigo, nausea. Vomiting. Sickness from riding or motion. Price, 50 cents per bov. For ttttsixr Diseases. For GrareL Renal Calcnil, Diffi cult, Painful Urination, Diseases of the Kidneys. Price, 50 cents per box. Fur SmiSAL Emissyoss. Involuntary Discharges and Consequent Prestratlon and Debility, Bad Results of Evil h:id:is. i tie mnn successim anu vuicieut reuicuj ainrau, and may be relied upon as a cure. Price, with full direa lions, $ 1 per box. Pernors who wish to place themselves under the profes- ion:d cnre, or to seek advice or Prof, huhfhrrts, can do , at his office 562 Broadway, daily from 8 A.M. to 8 P.M. or by letter. OUR REMEDIES BT MAIL. .'xrie over the list : make up a case of what kind yon chrros. ami itiduse the amount in a current note or stamps by ijkuI In our address, at No. 562 Broadway, New-York, am! the mcitoine will be duly returned ny mau or express, free of el-arjre. AGENTS WANTED. we desire an acurc,emaent Agent for tlx- snte nf ur Remedies in every town or community in the United States. Address Dr. r. ilLsit iiitKis ua o. :m kroadwat, AKW-ioec, AGENTS. H. YERGIX. Millersburg. Will. I5EERBOWER. FreilerickBbiire, A. GARDENER. Alt. Holly, atarvn js, ioou u B CERHAVE'S H01LAP BITTERS rot DYSPEPSIA, Liver Comp'aint, Fever and Ague, &c. The snrnaaful introduction and use of tliis celebrated Remedy has been the signal ior a literal Bood nf compsunda aalkd " Tiiitcr. " orTerad in various Kwma. from a quart bottle to a five gallon keg, until this word - Bitters "Is but another name for "grog," or aome villainous whiskey mix ture, m But the really great relief derived from tne minute twee, is toaspoooiui, or our meaiana, BCERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS, And the entire absence nf after pi vitiation, has established for it a reputation which the host of imitations aud coun terfeits have failed to undermine. It is ncaUively a Vege table prepauutton, with barely sufficient pur. spirita to preserve it, Bnt one size of the nnuina, (Half rint Bottles,) pries ime Hollar. It ia a medicine of long tried efficacy for Purifying th Blood, so essential for the foundation of good health and for correcting disorders of the stomach and bowsls. Two or three doses will convince the afflicted of its salutary effects. The stomach will speedily regain Its strength, a healthy action of tba lirer, bowels and kidneys will soon take place, and renewed health ba the quick result For Indieostion. Try Mrliave'i Holland Bitten. For Hearfbuni, Try Brcrhave's Holland Bitten. For A'oidit-y. Try Brf riave'i Holland Bitters. For WaterbrRSri, Trj BtErhaTe'i Holland Bitten. For Headache, Trj Bttrnave'i Holland Bitten For Loats of Appetite, Try BtrrhaTe i Holland Bitters. For CoBtiveraess, 'irTteiro'i Houand Bitters. For Piles, Try BurhaTe's Holland Bitters. In all Nervous, Bhetvmattd and Neuralgic AfiVa- Qons, it has in sumeroas instances proved highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided , BEAD CABEFTTLIT! The canuine hiirhlv eonosotratad Bearhavels Holland Bitters is put up in half-pint bottles only, and retailed at una uouar per ootue. roe great aomana aar wii. u uiy osieDraaea Hedtclne has ludueea many uniuauoaas, wumss the public should guard against purcnaMtur, Bsaaurs of ImpatitiMt Set that our swats at an aU laM mf crsry oottls sow osty. BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO. 80LS PB0FKUT0BS, PITTSBURGH. PA. Sold by D. Tergin and J. K. RaiflT, M1LLERSB URQ, OHIO. September SO, 1860. !Foi Sale. A First Bate Two-Horse Wagon, well adapted to X . farmera ase, will be sold cheap. Enqnire of J. 1. SfE.NCER. Millersbnrsr. Xov. 1, IS(!0. Woolen Hoods. THE largest assortment ever before brourht to Mfl lerabur., just received at tba BOOK STORK. WnEREAS, my wife, CLARISSA, has left my bed and board, without just rauae or pnavoeatioa, thia is to caution all persona agaiast truating her on my account, as I am determined to pay ao debts of ber contracting. JAMES FELTON". Iase.mr.er 20, last). I I at (o the ty J i mgr tag , ; MlSCELIaANEQUa ttf tenancy la this to sr.irprlat. tb. mxit tx prrssir. worts cf oth UnWu.lrn, snd mtttt w , to lDrtrwrst, tlKin Into oorc.ri; thns the rri Cwbalie. tabick is from tbe l.trrk. ri6.ifi.. k. i . sow b.a:irjp rpnlaiucd ia connection trith Mr. Epald lag's (trral HacJch rmtij, W It will son te a luAr. rcaaral air, and th. word (r..l. w;n . as comtnoDasEkcftotrpeaadinany others los dis tiDeticB as frrflR ward, has bm worn awar br roro bob uiaira an til Ui'J " "aaUrc ,nd to U.. snor bora." 'ardly Eealized. Bi 'ad a 'orrllle 'sadacli tbir taftsirora.hardlstaa rrd lata Um batothrcaries band aars bt to ibe asao. Can yra bean me of aa 'udacbsf" "rota it bacba 'ird," rajs . "ErxteedicgiT," nja bl, band epea taat 'a (a. rre a Cephalic Fill, band 'tea as 'east it tarad na so qcick ebat I 'snllj nalixtd bi ad 'ad aa 'radacba. Canaabaraa ia the faTorite si on b, abkb aator ai Lcawa any deaiatinn a ba'ar frt-aa tba aataral state of Ihe brain, sad rkmcd ia this light it amy fe lonkrd ob as a safetnard intended to nix Botico of cia- aaae ahich night other, if, earapa attention, till to. w v i . remeaieu; ana us inoicstioBa saoo'o nerarDa n.leeted. Headaches but be classified nndertwo Bsnca, ria: Synintonatic and lrtionalhi. Kxwntnm.mrt Rm). eb. is exceedingly cobjb.ob and is the arecorsor af a gnat Tariety ol tliarasra, among which are Apoplarr, tioatKhennliam, and all febrile aireasea diaeaaea. la its aerraaa torn it i. srmnatn.tic of disease of tbe stomacb. constitnting tick kemtiarkt, of braatbic dis ease eonstitnting ailraas ktaaacjtt. of worms, constiLa tion snd otber disoicer of tbe bowels, aa renal sod nter iae aSettions. Mscarse of tbe heart are Terr frequent It attended with Neadarhrs; Anarnia and plethora era aio ailections which frequently oecasioB headache ldi npathie eadecbe te alao very ccn-mon. bnt nsoaliy disting dished bT tbe name of aerrna AcaWaeae. mcm- times coning ca saildealj ia a state ol appareatl y anaad health anp prostrating at OBee tie a.enul andpbskai energies, and in oter instances it come cb slowly, ber aided by depresaioa of spirits or acertity of temper. Ia most instances tbe paia is ia th. front of the head, erer one or both eyes, and sometimes prrrrefcing vomiting; under this class may also be named Araretuc. 'nr the treatment of either class ot Headache fba Cephalic Piils base been found a vara and safe KmaoV.- reilcvlng Ibe most aente pains in a-few ninnies, and ay its aubtie power eradicatinc tLe " m of which Dealt ache ia the ox err ing index. Bridget Uissns want .cm to send hair a lr nfCm. pbalicGloe, no a bottie of of Prepared Fills, but I'as thinking that's not jost it nsithor; but perhaps ye'll be afther knowing what it is. Ye see ehe'a aigh dead and gone with tbe Sick Headache, and wants some more of ;nat same as relaived her before. Lmggut i ou must mean Spalding s Cephalic Pilla. Aritivit. Och! aare now and yoa'.e sed it. here's the qaarthsrand gis me the Fill and don't b. all day about It either. Constipation or Costiveness. Ko one of tbe hnanr Ills fleal, 1. V..;. a i. ' rnI- so little understood, and so much neglectid aa CostiTenesa. Oftra orginatlpg in rarelesaneas. or Mdea tary balit; It is retrarce,. aa a slight diseidt-r of too little conseoufnc to airil. .rvwa. ; . n, t4 is the precursor and cessation of many of tLe most dangerous diseases, ana nr.). as early eradicalet! it will bring tee sufferer to sn untimely grare. Among tba lighter evils ol which cosliTcnes s is utoal attendant are Headache. Colic, Kbeumatism, Foul Breath. Files and othera of like natural .hire a train of frightful distsara such a Malignant Fevers, Alrerses, In a nisi y Liar r ora, iftspepsia, Apoplexy, Epilepsy. PaValifia, Byate na Hypocbandriasis. afelanahol. and Irtran'itr Kwtiiu dicate tbeir presence in the system by this alarming sjm tom. Not UBfrequeBtly tbe dise ses name.! originate h Constiiiation, but take aa independent existence a ales, tbe cause is eradicattd iu aa earle slam. From .11 iw considerations It follows thst the disorder should re ceive immediate attention wbenerer it occurs, snd na person should Bealect to ret a I ox of rn hslle Mil. . the first appearance of they complaint, aV their timalr uae will expel tbe insifluous snrrosches of diaaua. and dis troy this dangerous foe to human lie.- A Real Blessing. Plfsiciam TTell. Mra. Jones, bow is that ! eir'ette? Jtf a. Jome1. 'ears ajont I Doctor, all gone! the pW you in Jnst tw enty minates, and I wlfh ton w sent ca ed me would Be -d more so that 1 can 4iave them L.ndr. Phvstcian Yoa can ret tbeu at ana n'm.t. r.n for f-'halic Pills, I find tber neer fail, and I recom mend th m in sll rses of Headache. M shames 1 shall send for a box directly, snd shall tell aU my suflering friends, for they ate a red bl tuug. T rExrr af iLuoara or Dolls. Sitthv,. pn.i.f.. baa a Id two millions of bottles of bis celebrated Pro per -a blue ana it is est mated that .acb bottle aaaes at lea t teB dollar worth of broken furniture, tlina maling aa .girrerateof twenty illionsof dollars npclaimi fm. to 'I loss by this valuable invention. Havin. mad. hi. Glu a I ousebold word,heuow proposes to do tbe world sti rrrater service by curing all the acLing htada with his Cephalic Pills, and if they are aa good aa bia Glue, Headaches will vanish away like snow In July. Bar Over excitefment. and th. an.nf.1 mm . ie j incident to cIom attention ta be businesa or stndv, ar among the numerous causes of Nervoos Headache. Th ' disordered stateof mind and bodv incident to t' ia diet essing complaint is a fatal Mow to all energy and amotion. Sufferers by this disorder can always obtain spe dy relief from these distresFiog attacks by asiag one Of be Cenhalie Fills whenever th. mm.tni.1 It oiets the overtasked brain, and soothes toe strained an I jarring nerves, and relaa ra tbe tenaion of the stoat ac - which alwnvs accomrjanies and aaanntaa v. 4; ordered cooditiOB of the brain. Fact Wobtw K.vownro. St a1lnrs r.rkalle Pill, ar a certain cure for Sick Headache. Bilious Headache, Kai vaaa Headache, CosUveness and General BvUKty. Rkxst DucovtRT. Amonr the moat irancirtatrt ef all the great medical discoveries of this age may be eon sidered the svstem of vaccination for prMrcrfoa from Small Pox, the Cephalic Pill for the relief Headache, and tbe use of Qoiaine for the prevention of Fevers, either of which a aura specific, whose benefits will ba etpenenceu oy sunenng nuBtanity long attar their dis coverers are forgotten. fLsr"Did you over have the Sick Headache? Po von remember the throbbinr temples, tbe fevered brow, tb loathing aad disgustat t he sight of food. How totsllr unfit rou were for pleasure, conversation or stndv. f)na of the Cephalic Pilla would hare relieved von from all the suffering which yoa then experienced. For this snd other purposea yoa should alwa va have a box of them on band to use as occasioa requires. C& CURE HervousHGddache yl, CURE R. th. aar of these Pills the periodic attacks of .Tea. ma AacA Httdmck roar be oro rente!: and it take tbe coiimeneement of attack immediate relief from pain and aionea will b obtained. Tbe aeldoo tail ia removing th .Yoawa and ITt aWsa .s which temalrt areao sa'.ject. Th.y act greatly upon us 0oweIs,--rmoviB( Cosfiss Kor Caftrara Vaa Stwitms. Delict a ranaloa. aaal als persona of ardaalarta aasata, they are valuable aa sl. afaaa. Improving th aurrxtua. giving taws sad ator to digestive onraaa. and rastorln. tb saalaxal alaattrl and strength of th. whole system. IB VF.HJ AIU ri ULS are tb rer alt or long ItrreirbV ettoa and carefully eoadncted expriatnts, having aa 1b use many years, during, which tim they hav reran ted and relieved a vast amount of paiu and af : bring from Hoadach, whether risinaling in th. aer seas ayatem or from a deranaad state ot : be atsaaorA. Thev ar tntirely vegetabl in their composition, aad may be taken at all timea with perfect safet. witbont Baking any rhang. ef diet, ass (As assises am dtf ' fits IrnMs nadsrs s tmy U aaiaiimun lAcsa ts aar Beware of Count ejrffeits. The geaaiaa hav fiv itrnitnrM , n ia. - on each hot. Sold b Oragglsta and all othera Pwalers la V edidBe. A Box wtU b rent by snail prepaid on receipt of th PRICE. 2B CENTS. All order sbnnM b. .rf.ires.ed to ,' . ' HENRY C. SPAT.TXG, . Aa Cmr .Jlia.l. Nw.Vrh. lw' Headache. Vov. M, IS 14.