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The Commercial Effect of Disunion.
. . anion. " Before the election of Lincoln, ft terrible bo nod err made to tbe effect ibat it tbe Republican pj inumjineu, iraae would le stopied, ships would rot at their wharves, nc railroads would speedily be come hopelessly bankrupt. New York Uie liesd "quarters tJf live-mc, and the 2i?w . Xork Herald tbe medium through which tbe country was informed of the universal poverty which was to come upon us an. How fans tbe matter turned out? Lin joqV$ been elected and dissolution is ot on us. But in spite of all this, Ne-r York city and JNortbern railroads are full of bu siness, and tbe same New York Herald, which grew frantic over tbe picture of des olation which it drew, now writes as fol-ro-of Hi-exWaordioarT prosperity : -"The harvest never was so abundant, and piosrity of tbe country ue.-er rose to so high a -pilch, as during tbe mst year. The demand for its breadstuffs in Europe 'i unusually great.-"Money is pour ing into New York from abroad. Ten millions of dollars have arrived within a very short time, and capital is daily accu mulating here iu an unprecedented manner. It carruot long remain inactive when there are products in the interior for sale. Those who want to seil . will find purcbfuur in New York, and trade will become unusual ly brisk. .-.?.; r : . : :'-;T y Thus, thnngb there may be be very lit tle personal communicati.in between, tbe cUiient of the seceding Stales and the North, there will be a flourishing commer cial intercourse, and its great center will be the city of New York. The revolutionary condition of tbe South is driving the trade to this market, while' it is impoverishing the Southern ports in the same proportion. From this cause, arid from the extraordi nary abundance of the crops in the West, and the extraordinary demand for them in England, a great commercial revival is ta king place here,' and an- amount of busi ness will soon be done which will asUmish those who imagined that, by their insane proceedings, they were inflicting a deadly blow upoti the commerce of New York, which will ever be the free city' of Ameri ca free not merely in a political, but in a commercial sense the ' entrepot of the trae of the Old World an (J the New, The Pensacola Forts. CapL Armstrong, the commandant al Fort Pickens, near PeDsncola, now shares with Mai. Anderson tbe attention of tbe country. Pensacola is called the key of the bulf, and. r ort iVkeus is as much tbe ley of Penaeola as Sumter is' of Charles ton. '' Tbe Mobilo Advertiser of Tuesday, says: There are three forts at Pensacola, a navy yard and redoubt. Coininitiidiint ArriMlrutig has atiandoned the Navy Yard and Fort Baranca., n-nioving nuiiiilions and t piking gups, and transferring bis forces, amounting in the aggregate to be tween! two aud three hundred men, from the main land to Santa Rosa Island, has prepared to make good his position within the immensely strong fortifications of Fort Pickens. .Whether he has alwndom-d Fort MoCree, also, we are not advised, but we doubt if be. has. This fortress is a powerful and caslle-like iimohnry er.-clini:, built on a low sand vpit of the mainland, and appeairing to rise out of tbe water. It is further seaward than Fort ' Picken of which it is the vit a vis across ihtxlian nel, and a vessel entering must needs run the gauntlet of its guns before approach -the latter, which, however, of itself eflvct oaliy closes tbe hatbor against the" adiuis eiou of aa enemy of even very heavy force. J? . , . . Fort Pickens is designed to mount no less thnn two hundred and twelve guns, and under the protection of its immense baiterise tbe ships of an enemy could not make good their harbor iu the bay f Pen saculo, r ifjhey did niitcaru to run . the risk from shore batteries which could not be in very dangerous range, they could land forces and supplies on l be foil to ibe eastwaid on Santa Rose Island, which issofn forty-miles long, aiid thus throw in reinforcements and rendezvous even an army al the fort without interruption, un less of a force entrenched on the Maud itself,- iu . the rear ot the fort Which, however, is almost if not quite as defensi ble from rear as front. If we are to have war, the seizure of this stronghold is, of course of tbe last importance, for, unless it is occupied by us, it will secure to tbe ene my a base of operations along our whole gulf coast,' and keep open n rond right into tbe heart bf the South, which can not be obstructed by any fixed fortifications. 'Once within the gates of the harbor, aud an army could be disembarked at any point on the wid bay wbich it mighty se lect II could run up beyond the Escam bia river and bind many hours - ahead of any opposing force which wight beat Pen sacola, beside placing a wide liver between it and the latter or even two rivers, the Escambia and Blackwater by' going"1 far enough up. Hence, with a start of at least forty -eight hours, it could march in to interior Alabama. An enemy hoHing tort Pickens could rendezvous a naval force there and keep up a blockade of all thtrports of tho Gulf, unless ' nejcould meet it on tbe sea. Proceeding then to speak of :theypossi- ble Beeesslty of the capture of Fort Pick ens, the Advertiser ihiuks it could be done by a sodden attack from the island to tbe eastward, though it would be "a bloody business." - ' Last night's dispatches assure us that the Secessionists have concluded to let Fort Pickens alone. They -only storm empty forts. Georgia and Alabama. The secessionists of Georgia , and Ala bama, carried Xhose Spates 'hi tbe days of the election of delegates, by the basest frauds, and the most unprincipled man euvering. The secesaiotiists at Washing ion Robert Toombs at tl.e head of them telegraphed the most shameless lies throughout the Stale, to inflame the pp ular mind. The people were told that tbe Republicans were determined to make tbe Su:b submit to AMition docuine-r and ito nuke war - upon all who -nppiwetl Abolitionism. The less informed classes actually believed that they were voting as tolwheilrer they should submit to Abolition ist. And on the day of election in Georgia, there was a report circulated throughout- the Slate, that the cily of Charleston was being shelled ! And with all their arts, the sctieme of the conspiia tors had a narrow escape from defeat in both the great . Cotton Slates. Tbe test vote iu Georgia was for secession, 1G8; opposition. 132. .Now when we lake into account the fact that there Was a gross in equality in the npportment of Slate for tbe Uonventiou tbe apportment being a contrivance of .tbe conspirators -we per ceive how neatly tbe Georgians came to repudiating their nest of traitors. In Ala bama, the opponents of immediate seces fiioa were shown by the election to be ex ceedingly powerful. In the Northern sec tion of the Stale, tbe Union feeling was intense, and it is now boiling with indig nation at the refusal of the Convention to submit the ordinance of secession to tbe people. The system of lying, so effective ly employed by the lead.-rs of secession in Georgia, was used likewise in Alabama. In both States, simply in order to excite the people, unset lie the sober judgment, and hurry them into conclusion that the preservation of the Federal Government was impossible, and they irrevocably com mitted against it, forts were clandestinely occupied by Stale troops the authorities taking the responsibility of acts of war against the Federal Government, To crown all, when th Convention assembled, the conspnators made their aptiearauce in full force. There were the Knights of the Golden Circle, Minute Men, and all the other secret, oath bound, traitor organiza tions, in full force, getting up a tremendous outside pressure and insisting with potency of a mob that, the disunion setiment was unanimous. Tbe wonder is not that the Union men made so ineffectual a resistance to the coiispiiators, but that they wers able to make so resectable a show of op position to the flood of faction. Virginia's Call for a Conference. Fears are entertained iu some quarters that the Virginia call for a Conference Of the Border blales, al W ashingluli. Conceals some dark design of the disunionisis. PeojJe are turning to each other, as Wash ington turned to his staff at West Point, his face whitened with tbe shock of Arnold's treason, wheu he remarked, "whom can we trust now V There is no reason to ap prehend treachery in this call of Virginia. Whatever may be the result, we belive the call lo be made in perfect good faith. Tbe fact that the Ira ii or organs ol Virginia most bitterly opposed the movement, and continue to denounce it with uiiinlermillenl violence, is pretty good evidence of hones ty of purpose in the movers. ' The Rich mond Enquirer, of the 23d iiist., in a lead ing article on "The Federal Commission- els, used this language: -'"' "After doing their usmosl to tie the bands of tho Convention, by requiring that their action bliall, in a certain contin gencies, be limited merely to the oltire of recommending measures for popular adop tion or rejection, the Legislature mote bold not only to express the opinion that the people of Virginia are- prepared to submit to anti-slavery oppression, but lo late important action, and to recom mend similar action on' lite part of other States, in pursuance of this opinion." And there is much more in a similar vein in tbe most scandalous of sheet". , It generally affirmed that Virginia has not only called a Conference, bill preseut i d an nllimuliim. Such is nol the case. preamble and lesoluiiotis were adopted by Virginia on tbe 19:h of January. The preamble recites that, as the eople of the Uolllinoiiweallh are desllous of emplot nig eveiy reasonable menus to avert the calam ity of disunion, the General Assembly de termined lo "inakti a final etforl lo restore the Union and ihe Coiisiitnioii, in the spir it 4 if which they were established by tlie FalheiS4f ihe Republic" The first reso lution invito) all State,, slavebolding or null slavehoUling," willing to unite with Virgininia in this effort, to appoint Com missioners lo meet in Washington on the 4ih 4)f February. The second resolii;ion names as Commissioners from Virginia, "Ex President J hn Tyler, William C. Rives, Judge John Wr Brockelisbroilirb, Georgu W. Summers, aud James, A. Sed-don." The Blessings of Independence. Are amply illustrated in the privileges in which South Carolinians lake to them selves in a matter of no taxation. "If il is a glorious thing to die for one's country, why is il not also a 'little bit illegatit' lo be uunl for ill" We find in the proceedings of the South Carolina Leaislalure, a calculation of tbe cost of running thai new power amongst tub nations of tub KAKTit, which has re cently asse:ted itself. ; To, be sure,lbe es timate is not high for sustaining a first class nation, bul the bill by which the rev enue necessary is to be raised, suggests a very sorry picture tp those itrioliccilii-ns-, who like lo nieasure their patriotism by its cost. A direct levy is to be made on all manner of properly, so that scarcely any thing or any body may escape the honor which is to be enjoyed in making sacrifice for an abstraction. W e re-enumeraie some of the items of proposed speciaf levy; On Laud. ........ $2 50 on $100 valui.lion. On Slaves '. 1 60 per head. On Free Negroes 3 25 per In-ad. On Dentists :-1 00 on $100 factorage. On Lawyers.... 1 00 on $100 " On Uoiu'u B'k Si'k. 38c per $100. , OuFor'n B'k Slock. 75c per $100. On Circuses.' 100 pur day. . On Billiards loperlalilo. On Cards .. . 25 cents ier pack. On Wilges when over - 1500 per anntium tl 00 per $199. Probably will: a view to help the ieople endure this comfortably, and pay the Slate's way to glory, the Legislature lias also a bill before it, which proposes a susiM-nsioii of the laws for the Collection of debts. This is a good thing, for it will make the people eash customers lo the rest of the world; the very best Way to be devised 10 accquire good rejtuialioii abroad. Joking at the Gallows. Patrick Mctlugh, the wife murderer, was executed at Cincimmlti on Friday noon. To the. last he behaved with iliipurlurable coolness, acknowledging his Ciiiue, bul professing bis fiim conviction of eternal happiness, lie joked with all around him even up lo tlie Inst moment of his life. He awoke at five o'clock in the morning and exhibite bis accustomed indill'.Meiuv. When his breakfast was brought to him he remarked, "you have brought ma as much as if you expected me lo carry il away on my back." On the nighl lielore his (l alh, and oil ulher occasions, he rehearsed and wmie aim . b-rof rhyming verses. Iiiiii- ywer to the Sheriff's interrogation as to the hour at which he desired ibe execuiion to lake place, be replied that he would hue to die at twelve o clock to at to oe in tune for dinner in another world.1' When his pauls were put on, he asked, "Is there any. Monet in the tjockelsf" "No," was the answer. "Then you might put a pass in It, he said laii"hiiigly. When Ihe era vat was put ou his neck, he asked, "Wou'l that be in the way of the Sheriff?" and U-ing answered iu the negative, continued, "Well, tell Capl. (Cnplaiu Armstrong the Sheriff) that if be cannot fix tbe rope, to call on me and Til help him." When tbe boar of execution arrived, he asked for some liquor, -and was given a tumbler of whisky and water. "Thank you," said he. "Now I will give you the Scotchman's toast. This was it: "I'll remember you when far awa." While the attendants were tying bis arms, be said, "Gentlemen, did you ever 6ee a man hung, who iM-k it so pleasantly f Well, I thank my Gjd that I've lived as long as this." His son came in. The old man wanted to kiss him. but he refused, and talked very roughly, asking one of the Deputy Sher iffs if "it wasn't time for the hanging," and also telling his father that he "didu't want to see him fall." On reaching the gallows be stamped on the scaffold in order lo iry its strength. While talking with Mr. Patrick McGroaty, he noticed thai his (AicGroaly s) tres weie on the trap; giving them a genlle kick, he laugliiuglv said, "keep your iocs off." While the final ar rangements were being made he recognised Mr. Adam Hornung among the spectators and greeted him with a smile, saying, '.'how are you Adam ?"' After the cap had been placed upon his head be shook hands with Mr. McGroaty, and kissed Mr. Bunker, all retired from the trap and he gave the sig nal of his own death with a heavy stamp of tbe foot. Tho Sheriff pushed the lever, the trap fell, a crack was heard, tbe prison er's neck was broken and be was dead. Forced Loans. The Nashville Patri ot, commenting nioti tbe proposition to make forced loans, uses the following language J "These are tbe things which ihe eop!e of the South must all consider. They are tending to revolution rapidly; aud it is the part of wisdom to count the cost of a. cbage of governments. They ou;dit not to go blindly on, exjeciing a continuation of the prosperity and happiness wbich they have enjoyed under the present government. There are difficulties, privations and dangers to be encountered. These can not be avoided. How great they may be, can scarcely lecj.njeciured, for having known only tbe advantages of good government, our people have no just idea of the suffer ings entailed by revolution, civil war, and oppressive taxation. Let tbe people of the Southern Slates investigate these mat ters, and then, when I hey bare satisfied themselves of the ierils which lie in their path decide as they think best. 9Thcre was a strong Union meeting held in Nashville, Saturday night. The following were among the resolutions adop ted: ' . Resolved, That no act of the Conven tion of Tennessee which is no submitted lo the people, to be decided by them al the ballot box, shall bind us; that we will foim ourselves into companies, and resist all such by force of arms.. 1 Resolved, Thai we approve the patriotic and manly efforts ef the Hon. Andiew Johnson to preserve ihe Union, and all are unr rights within the Union. Atek'ii Amkkican Almanac is now ready for delivery, gratis, al J. K. Raiff's, M.lli-rsburg, O., who is happy to supply all t'lal call for them. Every family should have aud keep this book. It is worth having comprising much geiieial infor mation 4f great value. It gives the best instruction for ihe cute of prevalent com plaints, that we can. get anywhere. Its anecdotes alone are worth a bushel of wheat, mid its medical advice is sometimes worth lo the sick, tl.e wheal's weight in gold. Many of the medical almanacs are trash bul ibis is solid melal. Its calcula tions are made purposely for ibis laliiude and are therefore correct. Call and get and Ayer's Almanac, and w hen got, keep it. Special Notices. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. lUiaW'fSJSa' Z. & C. R. Trains h-ave Alillersburg: Express &.ccniniiHlatiM Arrive at llillershiirg: Aroinm.ul.it ion . ....... Express.... ..6-45 A. M. .11:10 A. 31. ..4:27 P. M. ..8:50 f M. PITTSBURG FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. Leave Orrville, GOING WEST. F.-wt Express S:5r A. M1. Mail' 2:35 P. M. Expivss Passenger... G:02 P. 51. GOING EAST. Mail ......9:21 A. M. Fast .Expn-Ns ....'....3:00 P. M. Exrcss Passenxer U-00 P. M. HUMPHREY'S . SPECIFIC Qomcopatljic UcmcMcs n.VVE now been before the public for Ore rears, .md b.ive everr vhrre won goltien oinionB from tbe many tlonsnnU who hnre ne.l thm. ; Simple, free from tntricftrr, technicality, or danger, thev have becom- the renource ami ai4 of the pan-tit. traveler. mirso,or invalid, and have heroine tlie fhmib physician and medical adviser. f thousands of families. No where have they been tried without having Iteen approrcd, and their highest appreciation U among those who have known them lugest. and most intimately. -N. B. A full set of Humphrey Homeopathic Speci fics, with Book of directions, and twenty di.Teront re.n diey, in large vitls, morocco care, ; ditto, in plain case, $4; ra of fifteen boxes, and Book, Single boxes, 2d t ents and 60 cent. t Thoxe Itemed ica, by tbe single box or case, are sent by mail or express, free of charge to any address, on receipt of tbe price. Address i , Dr. F. HUMPHREYS & CO. No. .162 liroadwav, New-York. Sold by n. "YEPtG-I -INT- Mil'lertborg, Ofaie. March 22..K6Q-31 " t ; DR. RO BACK'S REMEDIES. WepiiMifth in another cdnmn of to-day's paper, ait atti le coj icd from the t incinuati Times, descriptive of Dr. IUback"a extensive meinVril et.iljlihment in that citv. Ily the way Dr. Kuback's lb-ine'lies have ohtain ed a great and deserved "pul.irity with ill classes. It h.ts h en but a short tiiae since these Rem-difS warn introduced into our redidu of country; yet Dr. Hrennno, lr. Hb.-M:ksr?oiit iu this pi we, iiifurios ns Unit bis siileof Ul'iod Fills and Bloid luri:'er now far exceed those of ail ftthcr medicines tnr which he i avnt, m l in -d. Th- re.tson for this, If, that they hive stood the Uft r prat-tical evierieme. We know this not only fnm the mouth of otli nt, but we have u-ed them in oar own funily ith the very lt results. Koralt dw kaxI i tile blood, general debility, whetherprnceeding fmm sickness or from naterat weakness, indigestion, and all ki'tdrtnl ailments, we recommend tlio Sc-in-linavinn lt-niMi.-s as the rnKV bkst medicine extant. They tie destined to achieve - nt an ephe.ucral success, hut a per tn.ineut and des4rvd repuintion, which will rend- r ih tn a ne es-ity in eve-y rinnily. Naisileon, 0.,Xith We-(, March 2. See advertisement. T A tt E N OT ICE Til lilt El K. Prof. R. Sechrist's Hair Restorative is, past all onestlnn the bet preiaration for the hair. It hat the luni er as! pr-tiw of all that have tried it virtues. Every bot tle pl makes demand for a dozen inniv; so eiheaeioua has it been f'tnnd in arresting all tendency to h-iidnesa nd giving to the hair the glmy hue and boRne ef ynnth. U restores the natural color, and removes all dan lruff. .Ladies who have used it uniformly recom mend it aa the best preparation fir tlie Ivrir whl -h baa yet been discovered. See advertisement and H-culars. HEAOACUEI HEAOALHlil Thoussudi of persons sn!ler from headaches to the serious d ti iiueut ol their cutnfo-1, business, unl he.-tlth, who niigbt eaily bo eured by simply u-iu llrui'iikKv'a llOHKOiTlUC rtX'IKICB. t he ileitku'lie t:k n In the it '""ting, and tue Billio in I UU tiki at nitrhi, rarely fill to cure tue most severe and nbthmte ciine. Thousnud having idi then hate Ix-en entirely freed or this bane or Lo ir ll' en. '. and do likewise, 11 ice 2o cents ikt box. tt loiii SI. i) it. K. II I'M I'll UK V a k COn So. 2 Bnuwlway, New- Yurk. See edw'tssiueut In .toother eoltwnn. A 1EWAED IS OITERED j For the deteetinn of anr nerson eounterfeltftnT, ImlU- tinsr. o- the vender of anv snrh eonnterfrit or Imitation ol BCERHAVE'8 HuLLAXD BITTERS. Tbe genuine, highly eoacentrated Hou.ajo Bittm la pat in half pint oottles onlr. having tbe name oi inc pmpnvmr, B. Pane. Jr. blown in them, and his signature around the neck of each and ev ery bottle. Tbi delightful Am -ma has been received by Americans, wim mat uvor which is onlr exteooea v renuy scien tific preparations. When we consider the marked iac cess attendingibiadminutration, ia the most stnWmrn rases of Fever and Arw, weakness M any kind, Prs pepi. Heutbnrn. Aeiditv of the Stomach, 1 k and NVrvfin Headache. Indretinna. Costiveoess and Pile, tgHther, with the eomj lete control itexersisesoverall Nervous, nhenmaiie.aBd Xtuntlgic. Affections, we can not wonder at its popularity. Weil may the invalid val ue mis remeur. SUXfSKLKRS OF THE CftSPE!, of all denomination, have ued Wilson s Heada. be Pills as a reine.lv lor the general indisposition and drowsiness which so frequent ly attends their ardooos calling, and hundreds of them have borne voluntary testiaaony of the grent relief they hare experienced from the nseof this tnedicin. for In digestions, Nervous Headache, and fimilar ills. Prc wred an-: sold bv B. L. FAHNESTOCK ft Co. Whole sale hrugeist.and Proprietors ol B. L. FAHNESTOCK'S VERMIFUGE, No. 80. comer Wood and Foerth Sieeets, Pittsbugh, and H. Y ERG l. and J. K. RAIFF, Millers- Marriage Notices. Itlarrlrd On tho 24th int.. t the briJt'n trA- denrf. I,r Eld. S. A. W.ik.i Mr.rRIICO W.CRAW- FKHD ml His. SARAH A. NElS WANDER, bolh of mi 4nnTr OBITUARY NOTICES. Died Jan. STth, of C amraptinn, at the r4?i1nrt aged 24 tern. 11 months and 17 dars. OBITUARY NOTICES. Commercial Matters. OBITUARY NOTICES. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG Jan 30.1861. Floiir 5.50.fG,00 Clrriwl 4,00 IliicltwWtfloHr.JilAl Flaxsw!.- $1.00 Rvi llour 4pcwt. $U"t Tinw'yilo $$l.75(g-20(l Wlioat 9i!((8l05 Green Applm 30 CWn 3ll33 Dried Apples. .....75 Onl on Dri,H Peaches... $1.75 Ityc 50 Smoke! llams...b9 Barley ..40(25(1 Smoked Shoulders. . . G iniuer Smoked Sides t Ei?S 'is! Ureasd Pork 4,505,00 Lard 8 MILLERSBURG Jan 30.1861. Cleveland Market--Jan. 28. FLOUR Sleaity ami quiet. Sale include uniall qimttlities of choice small double extra red nl $5.26, and double 4-xtra white at $!.0U. W HJSAT Steady. Sales of 2 care red on track nt $1 .09. J car fmra store at $1,11, and cir bile 4)ii track at $1.16. CO li N" Sale ol 2 care on arack at 38c. OATS Quiet, at 25c. RYE Quiet, nt 56a60c. HOGS The market has lMn very quiet to- dav. and we hear of no sale. Buyers are tin willing lo pav the figures of Saturday, aud an- ofi'ci iii'' inilv S'j5. SEEDS S.ile of -'5 hashels Clover at $4,12. FliUJT Driitl Apph-n are dull at 3jic. and Pea-hi at 1 ill 3c. X.tisins have di-cliru il, and M. K. are Hellinr at $:!,Gii2,75, and layers at $-2.73a3J?7, EGGS Have Jcclincd and Sales arc report ed at 12 cenls. LAKD Worlh 9,'.,'al0 N t W . BOOT h SHOE SHOP! ONE door West from J. Mul vane's store, in tht ro m formertr occupied as Post Office, where the under signed is prepaied to do all kinds of work io uU line, es pecially Fine Cily Sewed Work. in sorb a mnnner as not to be extvlled west of the Alle !)!. ffffOKK WARKAXTKD.anddoneonrea- sonnlilc terms. REPAIRING done neat and on short t.ce. N. IS. i have on hnnd. as arrpnt. a Int of home made and eastern Boots and Shoes which for ready pay I will sell on sm-h terms that von cannot fail to bur. Please try me once, and eail soon. E. H.1IULL. Julv2G. 18.R) 4ytr SECOND ARRIVAL il ATB.COHN'S Young America Clothing Store. I WOULD redetfutl.r annoaoce tn my numerous rn.tomery and uiaukintl in general, tli.it 1 hae &g--iin rev-eived a full assiirtnieiit or WINTER CLOTHING-, of the latest styles. ood and f ishionaUe materials, con sisting of OVERCOATS. Such as Sealskin, Esquimaux. Reaver, Cassimerea, Che- vitis, uastnr Ltoth. ."cc, BUSINESS COATS, of Ca-ssiniere, Union Castmrc, Satinet, fcc. DRESS COATS, of all qualities of Gond tlnth. PANTS, ofblack and fancy Doeskin, henry double twUlCusi mere, Lui(n basimere ana oatinei, sc. VESTS, of Silk Ptnh, the richest patterns Satin. Fancr Silk. Cashmere. V'anl4-nria Cassiraere, (Jntton Plush. Fancy il vet, warranted fast ctinrs, inn others ton numemns tu mention, together with an endless stock of SHIRTS, Under Shirts. Drawers, and all kinds of farnishine goods, Trunks and Traveling Bags. HATS & CAPS. Cnrooand examine my Strk Wore narehnnln? clfiw trherr, and il jnn do not bajr of me it is rertninly nt mv fault, r-inre tbe aMortmeut is almndant and prii-es to soil erervb4Kly. UEXJAUIN CO UN', nr. ZJ. ismi. on tbe Corner. Sill To MerctLaJlts Mechan-jfe j MkL cs' Farmers, JLabor- f n ing Men and every body call on COXZIAI3 TTA.TT and exitmine bis .. MAMMOTH STOCK OF - It is iiKelex for lis to pari ictilarizc. Stifficicnl lo say. we have a general stock of Urni 8 & Sue. fur Men. Women. YIUikcm anil Cliildren. SuitaMe for all tiiuiK. plares and Keasona, anil ran M'll. anil will sell, as loir as any bouxe in Uluo, ol Ibe same quality anil style ol goods. Fits, Fits, Fits. Like the Physician that cureil every disease, ! first lliniwinc bis patieuts into fils, lie will give all bis customers tux. Also, a general assortment of Oka 2i 222 B 522. Sliooniakers' Findings, itc. To wliichhcinrilesthc attention of those wish ing lo Mircliasi-. C. HATf. ov -SI, OU 14 - HOWARD ASSOCIATION, rUILADULPHIA. A Lenevolrnt InxlUiUion eiJabluhed by tpecial En- doinnait. Jor tho Kclvj of me tick ana JJu. ircM'rf. ajflietcd icitli VirtUnU and Epi demic JJueate. amt especially for tlit Cure of Vuram of the Sexual Organs. MFDICAL. ADVICK ni'tn gratlt, by the Act iue Surneoli. aH wlio apidrliv Iflter. wtlb a de riitiu of tlieir condition, (ace, oxupation, liahita ol life. Ac.,) and in earea of extreme poverty, Ucdicinea f.irni.bed free "f rbara. VAI.UAItl E BEI'OltTS on Sormat rhnea. and oth e' liienef the Soauil Orgonn. and on Ibe NEW HKM EDIES f"1pl!"l 1 tll niapenwir.v.lefl Iu lue niliiuieu ;u ,e.led tetter cuvi-lopee, Iree of cbaige. Toor t .ire ?tainw fr pna'ace will Le acceptalle. Addrvaa lr. J. SKIl.l.l.M lliil iiiirii.il, Arllni snr senn, Howard Aaaoeiutien. So. 2 Rnnlh Ninth Street, fblliidelubU, Pa. Uy order of the Direct rm. EaltAW.AABTWEI.L, Prent. i:nn. Fn.rniLD.S"ec. Ort. 1. WHl. Thcrmoinrtrrs. FUBII l.Pi'L,V, Jnt It ere I veil al tlti- U.HHv. Si'uliH. Woolen Hoods. rpilR largest assortment ever before hntUjiht to Mil- X isrsourg, jnai rsosreeo n uw wwia nrUHH. G. SECIIRIST'S HAIR RESTORATIVE! THE BEST PREPARATION KNOWN FOR THE HUMAN HAIR. restore white or gray hair to iU orig 1 1 iutl color. Will restore the natural secretions. Will remove at once all itching. Will remove nil dauilittff. Will make th hair soft and glossy. Will make Ih old appear young ag'tin. Will preserve their hair to old age. Will always uutten it, and stop its ftdlingAnil is oncof the'hest toilet articles in use. Read the following Certificate. Of Judge D. R. Tilden. who is well known throughout Northern Ohio. Clktelaxd. July II. 1859. Messrs. Htlfrr and Scchrisl: 1 have had a bottler of your Hair Region-tire. I obtained it to prevent my hair from falling off, not suppos ing that it would restore tbe color, my hair be ing very gray, but to my very hseat surprise it lias not only prevented my hair from falling, hut has restored it lo its natural color. J bod an aversion lo being gray, and Lai mail" use of Wood's. Mrs. Allen's and other fLur Dyes, but without SOC4V3S. I hare no hesitation in saying that this pre tparalion of yours isfar. very far. superior to any bingol Ihe kind now in the market. Will von please send me a gallon of tbe Re- sti.ralive by Express, and the price, and I will semi vou the money bv m ". lours imlv, 'VaS'L R. TILDEN. rrepared by HELFEU SECURIST, Akron, O. For sale at the BOOK STORE, Millersburg. O Nov. 22. '6014 MILLERSBURG- TIME, AT FRY'S. HE HAS TEE BIGGEST PILE OF THE PRETTIEST HUNTING CASED WATCHES! 3TF0R THE LEAST MONEY jgy TOP EVER SAW! If yon dnnbt It, go ami see for yoarself; that is the war to prove it, as weu aa to nno me place wuere joa can BUY A GOOD WATCH! And Save your Monov. HAS HE NICE CLOCKS, TOO? J tut go and see them that's all I bar to What about tlie Je-welry, Spectacles, uoia a-ins. Silverware, &c.,S:c. Oil, jniit gti and we! and ir too don't bnr. It's because run can't Gnd ute Tor good tLings. Few doors East of Koch's Corner. October 25, 1SS0 10 DID YOU? DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU Oo in to Cook's to ne his NEW STOCK WATCHES. It Is decided I r tbe largest asd best stcck of this kinUercr brought to Milicrsburg. GO IX TO COOK'S and see bis new stock of CLOCKS? If not, go at onee. GO IN TO COOK'S to see what a MA GN1FIC ENT DSD YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DSD YOU DID YOU DSD YOU DID YOU DID YOU DSD YOU DID YOU C HEAP LOT or JEAVJSLHY, Ii ha juat rceeireJ. GO TO COOK'S AT ONCE. G. L. COOK. DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU OT?mber IS O. Falling into Hanks! CUSTOMERS Who go to MAYER'S Store -will find a Splendid lot of BTESW GOODS! SUITABLE FOR Fall and Winter Wear! THE PRICES Of Fine Goods are Lower. THE QUALITY Never Before Surpassed. THE QUANTITY Equal to any Est blishment. Go to Mayers WITIT Tour trade of all kind, yon will pet there aa muc!i foritnaany other lioiiim will irive. and ran ?u it yourst-ir frum a large and well selected assortment or Foreign and Domestic Goods, &c. We hone to tee all onr oM customer and a manr new nneaaacan tntke it conrenient to uire ui a c:tll. round our counters, looking at our goods before buying else- brre. AOT.,isou Jas. Hebron & Son, , THF.IB . ; '. 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. Atriailltaftof gooila qanallr kept in a well aMortad llariiwara Stock, nil .,f wltioh will ba all at r.rt hw IlKarea. i'urvlmsei k are reiUHteil tu examine our atiick lii'litru bill inff ehewlioi-o. Rcm:mb3r the Place, Nov. ?, tsi o. Ilpi oili- the rnl.Hr tluiMInc. For fcSrilo. First Kite Twn-re Wagon, well adapted to nuer' ue. will .-eld vucaii. Mi'i'tire el J. 1. Sl'fcNCLtt. MtllraHirg, Kow. 1, MISCELLANEOUS. Th Am al6a VATiosf of Lasgcaciw- Tbm ia a grow ing tendeoer in tbL ng to appropriate the most ti- prcsie word of otliei laniiape, and after a whi e to locvrpnraie mem inro oar own; uia inv wmi v vrnaiic. which in from tlie (reek. ritioifving '"for tho bead," is now Irccomtag popular ireJ io funnectlon with Ur.ripald ing'a great Headache remedy, bat it will anon be ud in a more general way, and the word Lephalie wiil become a enmmoB a El ctrotrpe and nnnj others whone di-tincti-n as foreign wortia haa been worn atrar bj com mon usage an til Uiej seem unatirt and to txe man or oorn. 'ardly Realized. HI ad 'orrllle 'eadache Ibis haflernoon. hand Ittep ped into tlie haieth4taries li.nd aava hi to the man, 'Can you heafe me of an (fadacher" "Drea it hache ard," aya . Hexceediri-l.T," aava hi. hand span tfcit e gaia me a Cephalic PilL hand -p.m me 'onor it cured me ta quick ehat I 'ardly realised hi 'ad 'ad an 'easiche. CTUsanacirc la the favorite sign by wliich natnre mukea known anr devintinn ha'err from tho natural state of the brain, anj vii-wed ia thia light it may be looked on as a -alt-guard intended to give notue of dis ease which might otherwise escapn attention, till too late to le remedied; and ita indications ann d never I nelected. He laches mar be classified under two names, iz: Symptomatic and Idiopathic. Srmto i atic H.-ad-che is exreedinglr common and i the prccurwr of a great rat iety of dWnses. among which are Apoplexr, tioa Rlieamatiam. and all febrile disease diseawi. In Its nerrnnft tnrm it i cvTiitinthptitf nf Hiou.'. nf tk atomach constituting trek headache, of bepathic dis ease constitDting mutruB juiutuche, ol worms, ro&ttipa tton and other diordersof the bowels, as renal sod utt-r-ine alfertions. Dtaeaaae of the heart are tctt fnsnent ly attended with Headaches; Ana: mi a an'd ijetliorn are aim aCfttions which frequently occasion headache. Idioptttuic Heatlache is alio very common, but usually distinguished by thaname of mermoat headnchc, eome times coming on suddenly in estate ol appaientiT sound neann anp p tosiraung at once tee mental ana pnsical enenries, and in oter instances it eome en slowlr", her alded by depression of spirits or acerbity of temper. Io most instances the pin is in tbe front of the he ui, orer one or both eyes, and sometimes pmreking Torn i ting: under this class may also be nimd ruralm. Kr the treatment of either class of Headache the Cephalic Fill., have been found a sure and safe remedy, relieving the m-staenW pain in a tVw minutfs, and its snbtie power eradicating tLe diseases of which Had ache is the nncrring index. Bmrmrr. Miwns wants yon to send her a box of Ce phalic Glue, no a bottie of of Prepared Pills, but I'm thinking that's not just H naithor; but perhapse'U be afther knowing ah.it it is. Ye see she's nigb dead and gone with the Sick Headache, and Wants some more of ;hnt same as relaired her I efore. Jntfist Vnomust mean Spalding's Cephalic Pills. Lridit. ich!sure now and you've sed it. here's the qnuirthsrand giv ue the Pill and don't be all day about it ait her. Constipation or Costiveness. Ko one of the 'many ills Cesh is heir to is so prera lent, so little understood, ai.d ao much neglerted as Costivvm ss. i ft-n wriginalipg tn rare less imss, or seden tary hal it i'; It is rt gardet as a alight disorder of too little cont-eqiunce to i-xcite anxitfU. while in reality it is the precursor and ctnipai:iin ef many of the nutrt dangerous tiist-ase. an i nuh-ws early eradicate!' it will bring tt-e auuVrer to an nnlimely grare. Among tbe lighter eri!s ol which ensrjTeneep is nual aitendantare llfadarl-.e. Colic, Kbeonutiipi, Foul Hreatb. 1 i vm and others t like natmal while a train of frightful dist-ases such a llnlignaiit Fereis, AIsess.-s, Ihsentary. Itiar n.aea, t 8ptia, App1cx., EpileMv, Paralsis,llyste ria Hy poi-hat.driais. Jit-Ion. holy and In.-anitv, first -n-diemtv their presei-ce intliesrtemiy this alarming im tttm. Not nnfrequntly the dis es-s nme' miiiiatein Constit ation. but take an IndVperd nt eistfn-e cnl s thecMUFe iseradicabd in an aHy stnge. from all these coni leratioi.s It follows tlmt the 'lii-.iMer should re-ct-ire immediate attention hener- r it nccuis. at d no person should neglect to get a I ox nf ( ephalic I ills on tirefirs.tapiennn.ee of the complaint, as thfir timely ue i I expel the inM-nousapproarhes of disease and d is troy t:is dangviou tee to Luui&n life. A Real Blessing. Jy'cr Well, Mrs. Jor.es. how is tliathcaache? A'rs. Joi e s t.t.nr! ifctr, nli gone! the pillyoi sent cored nie in just twt-nty minut s, and I wish on would snd more su that I can-have them handy. J'htBician Vi a can get them at any Itruggists; Call for Cephalic Pills I nna they ne er fail, and I nuom-m'-ndihim in ultra cs of lfealacbe. Jrs years I shall send for a l-ox directly, and shall tell alt my sulering friends, tor they are a real hi $ng. TwKxrr Uillio-cs ot Tou.Aitb Savkd. f r. Ppaldiog haa s Id wn millions of I ott'es ef his n lel.nted i re pared Glue and it is est mated that --arb bottle sates at least ten dolU-s worth of mken furniture, ti.us making a atrffiegateif twenty r illfnns of dollars nc!aimel from total loan i-y this valuable invention. Having made bis lilne a ousehoM word, he now proposes to do the world still treatf r sen ice by toting all the aching In ads nilh his CeUalic Pilla, and if the are as good as bis Glue, Headaches will ranish away like snow in July. td"0rer excitemer.t. and the mental care and anx iety incident to close attention to be business or stndy, are among the no morons causes of Nervous Jhadarhe. The disordered state of mind and bodv inri-lent to t is distressing complaint is a fatal I low to nil eueigy and ambition. PdlTerrrs )-y this disorder can alwny obtain sMedy tehef trom there distn-ffinir attachs by uting ore of the Cephalic Pills whenever the symptoms appear. It quiets the iverta-ke-l brain, and soothes toe ftruiiK-d and jarring nerves, and rrt ra the tension of th stom ach which always accompanies and aggraTatca the dis ordered condition of the brain. Fact Worts Kxowncc. SpalingCeph-lic Pills are ascertain cure for Sick Headache. Hilions Headache, Ner vous Headache, Costiveness and General D -Lility. Great DrrcOTTrrT. Among the most Important of all the grea meHcal discoTeiies of this age may be con sidered the svstem of vncrirmtinu far prtectinn from Small Pox, the Cephalic Pill for the relief Headache, and the are of Quinine for tho prevention of Fevers, either of which i a sure sneciic. whose beneflts will be experienced by tiurering humanity long atttr tbdr dis co vervrs are forgotten. lynid you ever have the Sick Headache? Po yon reim-mlier the throll.intr temples, tle ferrre-l brow, the loMtliins: and Uie.ii'tnt the ight of fod. Mrs tobilly nnnt you wtt f.r Icvurv, ronrersation er study. One of the Cephalic Pills would have relieved you from all the suffering whi. h you then experienced. For this and other pu-posee yon should alwa a haven box ef them on hand to use as occasion requires. JS CURE rtfi csr CURE .-r NervousHeadache Br the ue of thoe Pilla the periodic attacVs nf .Ver rs tr Sick Hredarke mar prere med: and il taken nt the rn imenn uvnt nf ait irk immediate relief fiom pain a!id.lrkne. will lie ohtained. The e!dnn Ml in rrnxiTlnr th Atuuaa and Htodotke to which lemle.ireao an' ject. Tbrj act gr-atlr upon the bowela, naming Cnlrr mera. Kor Litcrerw Hn SlJinU. Dellrats Female., and rll perena of fdmnUtrif Aafrta, the are Talnahle aa a l.ex mliv. Improving the spralifa. livlnR and rr to the digestive orpnn. and reterln tha natural elastici ty and atrenirth of th whole avglem. 'TbaCKI'UAIC MLLS.ia the rosnlt of long inrestl iration and earvfiillr eondocted eTperlmann, having hern in nee man t. ara, durin,- which limo Vitf hav prevented and reli'eveJ a vat amount of pain and suf fering from IloniUche, wliolhcr orilnalina; ui tho ar won, svsh-m or from dtnvuJ aUt- ol ihe etvmmck. , Thev are enllielv vegetable In their eorri'0.llon,aod mar be tiaen at all time, ailh perfect snlety withont in4bln.anpihiir.f liiCf. mmd M .W.r Of , Mt$- ZTtembtt tartt rndm it aJattaistrr lavas tarasl aVea. Boware of tJountortetts. The renuine have Hvesl;nntures of Ucnry C. SpnlJ- Inf i-n earh box. S'!h- Pru. :4l. inn all l'icre ivn'rr. In Iihti in .. A Hot wl'l I'e -ent bv m::il ptrriM on r.'. eipt nf tic PHICE, S5 CENTS. AH ordera.,"nM ho .rt t.s..l t HENRY C- SPALING, AH Cerier tlUTftt Piew-rk. V. 22, Iflflft 11 Peoji UZiZ WHIT TH5 PEOPLE SAT. TSe nnlrstt-I harfn; ne.l Profrtsor HCMPIIRnTiP fPKOIKlO HyfBOPATlIIC KKMKDIKS In our faraiUea rith tlie most srubrartory results, and having Coll cemV leikce in their genuineness, parity, and efficacy, cheerfully -ecomnieml them to all persons who wish to have safe; re iaMe, aud efficacious remedies at hand for private er de ne4Mc use. The Her. Wm. Homier, elitor of The Nortliera Inde endent, AnHrn, N. Y. ; the Rer. R. If. Greaser,' D.D., n-sH'tr f St Peter a Church, Auburn, N. Y. ; the Ker. B. t Ires, Ch.-Tlaitt of tlte Auburn State Prison; the fier. H-:icer M. KlL-e, Rector, New-Bedford, Mass.; the Rer. Vllwi Stwle, .New-Vork Conference ; the Rer. Samnel .ichoU, (iL-t-dencsee Cmference, S. T. ; the Rer. P. Sw -'nil, Dorset, Vt.; the Rer. John t R..bie, Buffalo; A. a Urt, Esa., Ctica, Iff. T ; the Hon. Keal Dow, Portland; We. ; tlie lion. Schuyler Colfax, South -Bend, Ind. ; the Hon, te.trge Humpbrevs, N. Y. ; Henry D. Cook, Kef,., tlitor of Pie O'do Su.Uj Joarntl, Columbia, Ohio: Uie Hon. R. If. Imha-n, H 111. ; the Ifon. Thomas J. Chase, Montl elK Ha.; lite Hun. J-taeph Benclict, t'tica, N. Y.; Wm. U -Unl, K., 1'iicv N. Y. ; A. a Pond, Esq., Utica, N. Y. ; James Plunkett, K., Sshville, Tena. U3T 0? PPtanC REMEDIES. IS1 1 P-r rVrer, Ciniertion, and Inflammation. Worm Fever, Worm Colic, Wetting tlie Bed. Pyr Colic, Crying, Teething, and Wakefulness of Inf-xtits. S-k 4. For Dlarrliea, Cholera Infantum, and Summer Curunlainta. N' 3l K-r C die. C-ri:.ins, Dysentery, or Bloody flufc St. Pr Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Ynmlting. yn. T. For C-mrtrs, Cohls, Itilluenaa, and Sore Throat. No. S. Kor Tooth-ache, Kace-ache, and Neuralgia. N-. 9. Par 1 lea; bid .e, Yertigo, Heat and Fullnefla of tlte HeaiL Xt. W Dwnerfi Pti.ta F.ir Weak and Deranired 3tom.-tc)i, Constipation, ami I jver Complaint. No. 1 1. riB vkvxlm laacGCLAUTisi scantT, FainraL or JVipprew 1 PiHods. .rx vz. For iteucorrnea, rrorase aicnses, ana Bearing Down of Pt-mnles. No. 13. Por Cmun, Iforse Cmtgh, Bad Breathing. 14. Salt Rukl'w Piixs or iVys-pebu. EruntlonJL Piniples on the Face, Ho. la ttnacMiTrc rruA ror Pain, Lsameness, or aore ness In the Chest, Bick, Loins, or Limbs. A. For Fever and Ane, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Old ftlismanaed Atucs. p. For Piles, Bha or Biee-Hna, internal or Externa!. O P :r Sw, Weak, or Inflamed Eyes and Eyelids: FaH- trg, Weai, or Blurred Sght. .. V.y? C;,tarrfu of stindlng or recent, either wK bstruttiou or profuse ilischarge, W. C Kor Whoophis Couxh. abalics i violence anA ihnrtecing its course. lm all acete dtsea?n, such as Fevers, innammaiions, Jiarrhea. Dvsenterv. Cnnn. Rlieunialisni. and such erup tive disenses as IScarU-t Fever, Measles, and Erysipelas, tbe atvat:tae of giving Uie proier remedies promptly is. ob vious, ami in all such cases the specifics act Hke a charm. The entire disease is often arrested at once, and in ail case tbe violence of the nttack b moderated, the disease sboiV eneil, ami rendered leas dangerous. Cou::tis aud Odds, winch are of such frequent occr.rrer.ee, and which so often lay tlie foundation of disei.ed lunsa, brondiiiis and consumption, may ail be at once cured by tue tev.-r ana uouii nils. In sit chronic diseases, such as DvsnerNua. Weak Stomach, ConstiiKttion, Liver Coiupbiints, Piles, Female Debility, and Irre-uhtrities, old Headaches, JSore or Weak Eyes, Catarrh, &Ut Ulietun, and other old enitions, Uie case has sici6cs whose prnier application mil atTonl a cure iu ainMst every instance. Often the enre nf a single chronic difficulty, such as Dysjejia, Piles or Catarrh, HeaiUtclte or Female Weak ness, has more titan paid for the case ten times over. PRICE. Case of SO vials complete, in morocco, and Book..... .$5 Case of 0 vials, anil Book, plain. ...... -4 Caseef 15 numbered bxvs, ami Itook S Case of 6 boxes, numbered, and Book.. ....... .......... 1 :nle numbered boxes, with directions.... 25 cents. Stuck: lettered boxes, with directions. JbO cents. Large case of 2 ox. vials, for planters and physicians... $15 also specifics. Fob Asthma or Phthisic. Oppressed, Difficult, Labored R real) i!t i?, attended with Cough aud Eectoratiu&. Price, M cents er box. Foa K.ta Didcn.iRr.es axd Dkafxkss. Discharges from the Kir, tite result of Scarlet Fever, Measles, or Meirunalsv For Noises hi the Head, Han In: of Hearing, and Kinging hi the Kars, ami Fjtr-ache. Price, 50 cents per box. Foa ScMirvu. Knlargw-1 Glawls, Knlarged and Indnrat eil Tonsils, Strellincs nnd Old fleers. Scrofulous Cachexy of Children. Price, cents ier box. Fur (.UsittAt. lKDU.rrr. Physical or Nernns Weakness,, Either the result of Sickness, Excessive M fiction, er Ex hausling Discharresi Price, Q cents per . For Dtipsv. Fluid Acctitnulations, Tuniid Swellings, wltt. Scanty Pecretiotis. PrW, cents ier box. For iBJi-?tCK.K?. Deal lily Sickness, Vert.jrr, Nanrei, Yomiting. Sickuess from riding or motion. lrw; 1" c!.K per box. Foa I'RiSinv Dtsnisrs. For Gravel, Renal Ca.c n. Diffi cult, Painful Urination, Diseases of the Kidneys. PrJc, 30 cents ier box. For Skmisal Enrssrow. Tnvnluntarv Dtschsry an Consequent Prostration and Debility, Itnd Results f HtQ Habits. The most successful and etticict.t remedy -nowa. and mar be relic. I upon as a cure. Price, aith fu.'I -Kre Hons, 1 per box. Persons who wish to plaee themselres nwler tlie profes sional care, or to seek advice ef Prof. HcMraaRvs, can do so, at h: cilice &C2 Broadway, daily from S A.M. to S P.M. or by leiter. Om REMEDIES BY MAIL. Look ever t!ie fist; make op a case of what kind yea choose, and inclose the amount in a current note or stamps bv mail to our address, at Ko. fS3 Bmadwav, Xew-York, and the medicine wiU be duly returned by mail or express, free of rhanrr. AtiKNTa WASThiJ. weacsjre an acrivr, emcienc iBen for the site of our Kerre-lirt in every town or coninmr.ity in the L'wtc-J States. Address Dr. P. HUMPHREYS Co. N& BaoASwat, Naw-Ytes. AGENTS. H. TEKfJIN", jnil.Tslnirg. WM. BEERBOWEU. Fri-rlcricksbrirr-, A. OAKUKNF-lf. JJt.Hollv, Varh 15.moSn BCERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS DYSPEPSIA, Liver Comprint, Fever and Ague, &c. The successful introduction and use of tM. eelebntoil Remedy has hoen the simal Sn-a literal flood of rotnptmnJu eallrd w Bilters," offered in nuinus airnia. from a quart hottletoaSrepillon keg. until thiwnrd -Bitters" is hut another name tor "grog." or some Tillainous whiskey aux ture. m But the really great rrlief derired from the murata aoia, oca teapooniul, of our medieiue, BCERHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS, And the entire alienee nf af.tr preetratum. has estaMistwd lor it a reputation which th. host of imitatio-K aud omn terfeiu hare 6uled to nudrrmlue. It is psikrelT a age table ptrimraUon, with barely auBcient pure sidrita to But'ooe size of the genuine, (Hall Pint Bottles.) prica fhia Pedlar. - It is a medicine of long tried efficacy for Priffi3 tit Blood, so essential for the foundation of good health and for correcting disorders of the stomach an (I. bowels. Two or three doses will convince the afflicted of its salutary effects. The stomach will speedily regain its strength, a healthy notion of the lirer, bowels and kidneys will soon take place, and renewed health ho tho auick result. for Indigestion, Trj Bfrrhave'i Holland Bitten, For Henrtburn, Try Bttrhau'i Holland Bitten For Aoitlity, Try BtErfcare's Holland Enters. For Waterbntsti, itj cirruavt s uouaau uii.tn. For Heatlaohe, Try Birhave' Holland Bitten ' For Loss of Appotite, Try Btrrhaie's Holland Bilters, For CostiTcnosn, Try BxrnaTc's Holland Bitters. For Piles. Try BttrnaTe's Holland Bilters. In all Kerroos, Rheumatic and Neuralgic Affec tions, it hat in numerous instances prored hijUy beneficial, and in others eOected a decided cure. BEAD CABSrVILT! The enraine hiirhls eoncentrated Bmrhaea'a ltoTtanoI Bilters Is put up in halPpint bolltoa onlr. anil Mailea aa Ona D..l.ir per IwlHe. Tue kt wmi Celebrated Medicine has inju.-e.l ma'it Imitarloua, whiek Uw public ahould guard agaiuat purchaaiin. . Bemmenf Imptitinl See thai erne name is ea las label rrerj ott! r . BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO. SOLS FB0FBIET0BS, PITTSBURGH. PA. Sold by P. Ycrgia and J. K. Kaiir, SI1LLKRSLURG, OHIO. Septemlr JO. i. GREAT EXCITEMENT IN NEW YORK! Prince of Wales Arrived! Still Greater Excitement in 15 1j O O HI F 1 E I I) Caufedt.r tlw Arri.-il of S.TTriBAI.L'3 Fall a nil Winter Stork or ConW Witich 1 sin pnpm .( im . t r-1 - r: , tu utli.T COME AND TF-Y HE. Ortoher Ju,lf-10 .TIMULt fff--rn -1 .t4