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Napoleon to Re-take Louisiana.
The New York Courier dee Etee Unis, in recent number, contains a letter from an old officer of the French army, in which the writer pretexts that on the dissolution of the Union, the present Emperor of the French will make an attempt to recover the Louisiana country ceded by the first Napoleon. The pretext of such "re-annex- ation" m found in me ioiiowing calcula tion, which, will be seen, proceeds on an erroneous statement cf the facts with re gard to the ' terms of the Louisiana pur chase: "Now. tou will ask me how these re anmDtions could take place, and by what r.Vht. This is verv easy to explain. It is Lonis Napoleon who would begin by a very simple and logical process of reason ing:, for every one knows that Napoleon ILL aims at consolidating all that Napo leon L had in view with regard to foreign policy. Now, Napoleon I., in 1803, ceded Louisiana to the United States for the sum of $15,000,000, which lb Government of the United btates engaged to yny to the American merchants whose goods and ships had been seized during the wars of the French Republic from 1791 to 1801, but as the United btates nave not paid the aforesiad nfleen millions, and as, for more than forty years, we have seen bought before Congress, session after scsssion, a French spoliation bill, which has never been passed; therefore as soon as lue un ion shall be dissolved, those who claim this sum will address themselves to Louis Napoleon ; and I have no donbt, considering tne cnaracter, mat tie win pay ineir de mands and retake Louisiana. Ths "Color Guards." The Washing ton correspondent of the Boston Traveller says: "A secret military association is rapidly spreading through the East and West, called the "Color Guard," the ob ject of which is to protect the Star Span gled Banner under all circumstances. The organization has sprung from the remains of the order ot United Americans, and from kindred association, an is composed of resolute and daring fellows, who are ready to march at the tap of the drum, whenever the flag shall be in danger. They will son offer their services to the Governors of their respective States, and to the President. They will more than match the Knights of the Golden Circle in numbers, discipline and muscle," Thk Schoolmaster Abroad. Some times we find considerable mirth in the productions of would-be schoolmasters; but the following from a Director goes ahead of anything we have ever seen. We publish it verbatim, el literatim, et punctuatum, et spellatim: Rules for- the Teacher in Sub School District No in county Ohio. ' First they must be A Stop put to tail Barring in School and if Lyman Reed wont Stop his tatling in School the Direc tors will her to expell him from said School. 2. this is to certify that you havent enny thing to do with the Schollars after your School is dismissed without they are saucsy to you on your way home the pleas inform their parents. 3. the Directors wish you to Slop whipping your Shollars over there heads. 4. if the Schollars heve ocation to go w- out between resess pleas grant it. 5. pleas to Assist the schollars in pro nouncing ther hards words in tbir leSSons, Knox County Jixpress. Somnambulism. A sickly girl in Ply mouth, N. H., a somnambulist, w th a strong propensity to run off with things and hide them where they could not be found, nor she herself remember, so that at last it was found necessary to lock her up securely at night,, made off a few weeks since with a valuable watch. Ihe family gave her the liberty, and wached her move ments in the hope that the same somnam bulism that carried it off would again find it. The other night she started out fol lowed by her brother. She walked places that he dare not follow; but the moonlight helped to show her course and he kept along. Finally she walked up the trunk of an old tree that hung at an angle of forty-five degrees oxer a brook, stocd firm ly at the end while tree the swayed beneath her, and stooping down brought out the watch. Returning to terra firma, the brother waked her, took the property and then hurried home. P&esxbt for Lincoln. Mr. Lincoln received, the other day, a most magnificent present from a California mechanic. It is a cane of South American wood, the carv ed head formed of solid gold and orna mented with a perfectly polished specimen of Nevada quartz. Mr. Lincoln is the constant recipient of gifts like these. Tbey possess ft significance beyond their value. They prove how firm ft hold his principles have gained on the heart of the people, and from ft happy omen for the troubled . times that are impending. The Tallest Man In Kkntokv. The editor of the Clarksville Chronicle has made the acquaintance of a gentleman "upon whose shoulders the mantle" of Jim Porter has fallen. The little fellow is Mr. John M. Baker, s native of Caldwell coun ty, Kentucky. He is 24 years old and is 1 feet 2 inches in bight one inch of which be grew in 1860! Bur as baker is be is a good fellow all over, bis soul being in proportion to his body. Now that he bas taken a start, we hope he mar con tinue to grow till he gets big enough to take care of himself. Louisville Cour tier. 3Tla Paris, when dealers in precious stones purchase rubies, tbey behead a live pigeon, so that the blood of the bird shall fall on ft sheet of white paper, along side the gem, as ft test of its color; the blood of it pigeon being ft standard of color and transparency. The tide of Union feeling is settingvery strongly in Western Virginia; and all through, threatening to drown out the traitors of tbose two states. Mexico. Miramon, the military leader of toe Church party in Mexico, bas at last been completly routed by the Liberals, who have occupied the city of Mexico. Mira mon is a young man, of extraordinory mil itary capacity. His courage and genius bare for some time sustained the falling iortanes of bis party. Mexico bas been given up as hopeless; but there will be a revival of hope for ber now, which, we fear, is doomed to disappointment. Juarez, the bead of the Liberals, bas been sent for to assume authority at the national city. His Government was recognized by our Administration when be was besieged by Miramon in Yen Cruz. ly, car The Blockade of Mississippi. The telegraph dispatch announcing that guns had been planted at Vicksburg by or der of the Governor of Mississippi, to in tercept all passing steamboats, bas since been pronounced in the House of Repre sentatives at Washington, by Mr. Branch, to be untrue. But the telegraph was right and Mr. Branch wrong. The Missis sippi river has been blockaded by order of Gov. Pelius, and all the steamboats passing are required to round to and give an account of themselves. Ihe infamy of this business needs no commentary at our hands. We present the following ex tracts con forma tory of the statement. From the Memphis Avalanche, Jan 17. Just above Yickiburg, by direction of Uov. Feltas, a battery has been erected, and every boat bailing from north of Ma- son and Dixon's line is compelled to round to, and give anccount of themselves. The Imperial, from this port, passed there dur ing the night, and was forced to land at the behest of a twelve-pound shot bred accross ber bows. Of course she was all right and went on. The new Republic is going to work in earnest. From the Memphis Appeal, Jan 16. The orders of the Governor of Missis sippi to place a battery of guns at Ticks- burg for tne purpose ot nailing steamers and causing them to land, bas been com plied with, as we learn from one of the clerks of the Simonds, who informs us that four guns are placed at the foot of the bluff, a quarter of a mile above the wharf boat; that while the Simonds-lay there on her trip up the river, blank catrides were fired to bring to and cause to land the Ulaidiaior, the Imperial and the A. O. ly lor, and that it was understood that if the the summons were not attended to, the next gun fired would be shotted. The ob ject of the surveillance has not been made known. From the Memphis Argus. Jan 16. Cincinnati steamboatmen have been thrown into a fever from the Governor of Mississippi ordering cannon and a military company to Vicksburg to hail all steam boats passing. The abolition journals of Cincinnati howl over it and are greatly incensed. We would lika to see them help themselves. Singular Suicide bt an Eminent Cler gyman. There was a singular suicide at the Spencer House, somewhere between the middle of Sunday afternoon and mid night. The circumstances are these: On Saturday evening, the Rev. Robert C. Rice one of the most eminent ministers of the Christian or reformed Baptist Church, ar rived at the Spencer House, on his way from Philadelphia to bis borne at Emi nence, Ky. He immediately went to his room, and is not known ever to hare left it. During the forenoon of Sunday, the chambermaid desired to arrange his apart ment, but he declined to have ber do so, alleging that be was uuwell. A similar application, in the afternoon, met with a similar excuse. About mid night the cleik's atteution was called to the matter by the statement of the boot black, that the boots bad remained outside of the door all dav. Upon entering the room, (the door was unlocked), Mr. Rice was found upon the bed, dead. He had shot himself in the bead with a small pis tol, which was still grasped in bis hand. About half past five o'clock in tiie evening one of the chambermaids bad beard the report of a pistol or fire-cracker, in that portion of the hotel, but, as it was not ve ry loud, she did not pay particular atten tion to it. .v On the table lay an open Bible, and a sealed note addressed to Mayor Bishop, of which the following is a copy : "Please have my poor body put in a gen teel case, and sent without molestation to Eminence, Ky., where, I hope, it will be laid by beside my dear Eliza. My Chris tian character is impeached, and, by mis fortune, the means of vindication are cut off. I have been a trueraan ; have lived for the good of mankind and the glory of God. I never injured a human being intentionally. I have preached faithfully the true Gospel of Christ, and to the Cross of Christ I have ever clung, as the ground of my hopes. Take charge of my trunk, money, and clothes here, to pay all charges. But all is lost my mind frantic my heart crush R. C. RICE. The allusion "my dear Eliza," is to his first wife. The deceased stood high in his church as ft man eminent for piety and learning. No other cause is assigned for the act by his friends lhau a settled melan choly induced by the separation of his sec ond wife from him. It is but recently that be married the last time, and his wife parted from him a few days after their nuptials. Cincinalti Commercial. A New Breed or Sheep. A report has lately been made to the Society of Acclimation of Animals in London, a new breed of sheep, or at least animals resem bling sheep, except in size, found in coun tries adjacent to the Punjaub. Tbe ani mals are called Purik Sheep, and are the most diminutive of the ovils family, the fuil grown ones being not larger than lambs of a few weeks old. The Purik sheep bas small bones, a fleshy carcase, and tbe mut ton is excellent, and yields three pounds a year of very fine wool. The ewes general ly give two lambs a year. The great ad advantage of this over other breeds is its domestic habits living around the cot tage as quite as a house dog, and feeding upon all sorts of waste garbage, scraps of fruits, vegetables, crumbs of bread, shreds that are frequently wasted; eating them from the hands of any one who offers. It is thought that the Purik Sheep would be suited to the climate of England, and exactly adapted to the wants of manv cot tager. If so, it would also suit many in this country. It would be a great object to get an animal to consume tbe kitchen garbage, less objectionable' that a hog, and flesh of which would afford a more whole some food to common people, too many of whom live, so far as meat is concerned, upon pork. It is supposed that this kind of sheep would make rather interesting pets, of which children would be particularly fond; and we approve anything that would be likely to displace worthless dogs in their affections and at tbe same time add to their happi ness. Tbe Dayton Journal says that on Mon day evening, as tbe train bound for Cin cinnati, stopped at Carlisle, Mr. Thayer, of franklin, was instantly killed, (in attempt ing to jump off the cars before tbey had stopped.! He had been to Piaua after the corpse of his father, who had died sudden and in bis burry to get to tbe baggage to take off the corpse, lost bis balance and fell under the wheels. of to be Scrofula, or King's Evil, is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated, weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it pervades the whole body, and may burst out in disease on any part of it. No orjmn is freo from Its attacks, nor is there one which it mar not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, tilth and filthy iabits, the depressing vices and, above all, by the venereal infection. What ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con stitution, descending " from parents to children unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed, it seems to be the rod of Him who says, " I will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their children." Its effects commence by deposition from the blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu tions not only suffer from scrofulous com plaints, but they have far less power to with stand the attacks of other diseases; conse quently vast numbers perish by disorders which, although not scrofulous in their nature, are still rendered fatal by this taint in the system. Most of the consumption which de cimates the human family has its origin directly in this scrofulous contamination; and many destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain, and, indeed, of all the organs," arise from or are aggravated by the same cause. One quarter of all our people are scrofidous ; their persons are invaded by this lurking in fection, and their health is undermined by it. To cleanse it from the system we must renornte the blood by an alterative medicine, and in vigorate it by healthy food and exercise. Such a medicine we supply in AYE ITS Compound Extract of Sarsanarilla, the most effectual remedy which the medical skill of our tunes can devise for this every where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com bined from the most active remedials that have been discovered for the expurgation of this foul disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the system from its destructive conseouencea. Hence it should be employed for the cure of not only scrofula, but also those other a flec tions which arise from it, such as -bi ttive and Skin Diseases, St. Anthony a Fiue, Rose, or Eiitsipeias, Piun.ES, Pustules, Blotches, Blaiks and Bon.s, Tumors, Tetter and Salt Rhecx, Scald Head, Ringworm, Bhbukatisx, Syphilitic and Mercurial Dis basss, Dropst, Dyspepsia, Debility, and, indeed, all Complaints arising prom Vitia ted or Impure Blood. The popular belief in tmnuntv of the bund is founded in truth. for scrofula is a degeneration of Die blood. The narticular nuruose and virtue of this Sarsapa rilla is to Durifv and regenerate this vital fluid, without which sound health is impossible in contaminated constitutions. AYBR'S Ague Cure, JOB TBS SPEEDY CUBE Of Intermittent Fever, or Fever uiline Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, amd Bilious Fevere, indeed for the whole class ot diseases originate lag in ouiary aeransjemenv, caused or tne jnaiarta ox aiiasmauc tounuriei. We are enabled here to offer the community a remedy which, while it cures tne above complaints with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts where these afflicting disorders prevail. This " Curb " expels the miasmatic poison of Fever and Aoce from the system, and prevents the de velopment of the disease, it taKeu on the hret ai Broach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not on the Oest remedy ever yet discovered lor mis class of complaints, out also tne cheapest, lne large quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the reach of every body .-and in bilious districts, where Fever and Ague prevails, every body should have it and use it freely both for cure and protec tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered for the speedy and certain cure of Intermittents is that it contains no Quinine or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu- uun. muse cuicu ujr it. me ivifc ua licuiiuj a u -ri i i : a. 1 r i lit it they baa never had tbe disease. Fever and Affile is not alone the consequence of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor ders arise from its irritation, among ivhieh are Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gmtt, Headache, Blind ness. '1 oothacie. Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, VaU jfitation. Painful Affectum of the Sjilcen, Hyster ics, rain in tne uuwL-ts, ,ouc, i UTUtysts ana L de rangement of the Stomach, all of which, when originating in this cause, put on the intermittent tpe, or become periodical. This " Curb " expels the poison from the blood, and consequently cures them all aliae. it is an invaluable protection 10 immigrants and persons travel I in" or temporarily residing in the malarious district. If taken occa sionally or daily while exposed to Ihe infection, that will be excreted from the system, and cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis ease. Hence it is even more valuable Tor protec tion than care, and few will ever suffer from Inter mittents if they avail themselves of the protection this remedy attorns. Prepared by Sr. J. C. AYES & CO., Lowell, Mass. H. YERGIN" and J. K. RAIFF, Millersburg, Ohio, Kov. 1, 186011 . USE HAZLETT'S Rheumatic Liniment. "I70R Colic, For Diarrhea, J. For Sprains. For Brnite. For Rheumatism, For Neuralgia, Internally and externally. For Pains and Aches, ror loomacne, For man and- beast, Use IlazlelCs Liniment.. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Are you Bilious? Bo you need a Physic, Take the but. Tate Hazletfs Cathartic Liver Pills. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Have you Ague or Fever? nave yon Headache? Haveyoa lost your Appetite? - Does your back or bones ache? An yon near Take Hazletfs Cathartic Liver Pills. Are von Bilious? Do you need a Physic? Take the Best, Take Hazletfs Cathartic Liver Pills. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Yon Humbolt's German Bitters, For Dyspepsia, For Sick Headache. For Fevsr and Ague, rM.SBllUKC, For Low Spirits, For Debility, For Weak Females For Oppression of the Stomach, For Palpitation of the Heart For Weak Nerves, Cse Ton Humbolt's Celebrated German Bitters. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. Aug-9,1860-v4nS. MATHEWS Celebrated Venetian yxyjo MAIM mma To be used either with or without accompanying Preparation. THIS is confidently recommended as the best of its class. Of aU Uair Dyes yet invented, it is The Cheapest; Reeb bottle eontaininr double the quantity or coloring .Pi ..np by ,Dy oib" """""i be ' "i soM " only oms-bald thk usual raits. It is THE SAFEST, As will not injure the texture or impair the floss of the most delicate hair. It doe. not cause that dry, shrivel ed appearance so commonly produced by other articles. His The Most Convenient. Where nsed without the preparation It la nut nn'in ONE BOTTLE ONLY, tbns avoiding the Inconvenience of several liquids, requiring great care for their success ful use. Or when an instantaneous color ! required, it may be used with tbe preparation; the directions for which are simple and easily followed. It affords TBB GREATEST VARIETY AM BEAITY Of COLOR any hair dye In use. Any shade, from a light brown a jet-black, may be obtained at will. Okay hair may restored to its original color, and sko or liuht hair may be mads to match any dark shade. The color pro duced la as permanent aa the hair itself it will not ram, wash out on CROCK; and tbe hair retains its soft and natural appearance. Ample directions anenmpanr each bottle. PRICE. 60 CENTS. For sale at the Book Store, MILLERSB URQ, OHIO. Sept. , 1M t S. E. WEIRICH & BR0., Dealers ia English, German and America HARDWARE, ':Df5,oii5,5i),eig,:?iiffij,eoqci) MILLERSBURG OHIO ALL RIGHT NOW. The throng that so long, Has been going all wrong. Ire now Buying tbeir Hardware of Weirich&Bro. Onr goods are all new And the prices right too, It the Store of S. Weirich fc Brother So follow the throng That are hurryingalong To the Store of Weirich & Brother. Which is full from the floor to the shelves Of Iron, Pitch Forks, Whetstones and Ax helves. Jnst look at the Sore of Weirich & Bro So follow the throng That are hurryingalong For Hardware to Weirich & Brother. Look at the "rushing, And avoid the "pressing, But follow the throng That are hurrying along, To buy tbeir Hardware, Glass,Nails &c, ot Hemch & Brother. June , 1839 2tf H. S. WESTON ALONE! Come and See &le, I HAVE THE CIIOISEST STOCK of Gro ceries and Froviftisns in Millersbutv, and will sell as cheap and some things a little cneaper tnan any- Doay else. My Stock is Complete and entirely new and better articles than are usually kept in a Grocery and Provision s tore. ALL KINDS OF FRUITS in their season, and of the BEST QUALITY. In short when yon have been ererr place else and can't find wnatyon want call on me, l nare got ic H.S. WESTON. Millersburg, Aug. S, I860. TEA, Young Hyson and Black, at WESTOX'S. 752 Cent X Ouug Hyson Tea for 50 ct. Try it, Tiare Cider Vinerar of our own make, at t WESTON'S. OLD Government. Java, and Rio Coflees, as cheap and ar good a. tbe Inst, at WESTON 'S. QCOARS, Pulverized, Coffee, Orleans, and U isiaaa 01 tne very oesi,ai we.iu.n a. T7iin;Ilh Crackler, Sugar, Boston, Hodn JJiic-IsieauassauerLracKcra,at ntbiua T) ice, Pearled Barley, Sago and Maeearo lb , ni, at "1 f ackerel No 1 and 2, Whlteflsh, Herring, 1J I'lt-ltercl, vc. at wesiujts. Tronson'n Tobacco and Elrria CUrnra, at 1 WESTON'S. )owdcr, Shot, Lead and Caps, at WESTON'S. Preserved Citron, Seedless Ratoinn, W. J Raisins, and Candies, an endless variety, at WLSIUAS. C? yrop and Molasses, of the very best quality at O WESTON'S. Dietetic Salaratus, ijaunder btarcn, a new article. Fancy Soaps, German Soap, Rosin Soap, Corn Starch, Mason's Blackning, , Essence of Kaughpby, Ginger, Mustard. Spice, Pepper, Cinnamon, Cloves, Nntmega, Indigo, and Washing Bine. a new article tor biuciog clotns, BUY IT AND TRY IT. at WESTON'S. SEWING MACHINE. W EST & WILSON'S Patent Double Thread. - Patented June 29th, 1858. TRTCE FROM ?30,00 TO 950,00, according 1 to styie; unequauea ior opee. ueauiy, uaraDiiujr 01 auicn ana economy in price. Thii tralr celebrated Machine took the first nreminm at the Ohio State Fair, held at Sanduitky. Sept. 16, 1868, aiBo at every county atr in tne state wnere the aame u eznioiiea. No machine hat ever been offered to the public com' Dining fo manr excellencies as the Went k. Wilon ma chine. An impartial examination will conrince the most ikcDtical of that facL Send fora circular eontninlng fnll particular of pricea, testimonials, illustration of stitch, &c AH letters of inquiry, orders for machines, circulars, samples ot work, will receive prompt attention oy aa- dre&sinr L. . m.liSN, Uen. Agent, P. 0.addreM,SulHran, Ashland Co..O. fTsT" Machines warranted and full directions siren far UHing- witn.ui extra cuance. ITsr We bare an excellent llerrmer that can be at tached to onr machine for those who may desire. Certificates. We, the nndernirned citizens of Woo iter. WaTne county, Ohio., have used West k Wilson's Family Sew ing Machine in our families, and cheerfully recommend ine same ior a ramiiy sewing uacmne. jNeaiMcuoy, v. a. urandaj, B.Barrett, B.J. Jones, Ohio F. Jones, George Wilcox, John P JeiTries. 8. R. Bone wits. Hay 24, I860. 40tf L. ti. B, NEW GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE. M. FIKE, RESPECTFULLY inform his friends and the public generally that he has opened ft NEW GROCERY STORE, in the rooms immediately opposite the Court Hoase. In his stock will be found the best of Teat, Coffees, Sugars of all kinds, flh, itolasses. ctalt, Jobaoeos, Candles. Jiatsins, xVnW, Fruits of all kinds. Clioioe Wines & Liquors, FLOUR & MEAL., Candies, Cakes, and Crackers. in large quantities to sell either wholesale or retail, which be offers nn the most reasonable terms either for cash or approred country produce. . Don't forget to call at FIRE'S, opposite the Court House. to COME TO M'CRORY & CRAIGHEAD'S Iff TINSHOP h Ul ul a. H (0 S V y I) j F3TT75T YOUR S T O "XT 313 S ! WHKRE yoo can fet them all right in erery way. Sos't be hunbuged any loneer by pedlars who are carrying: stores orer the countrr, that are all scrap iron stuck together, and rerr poorly stuck at that. Come wher yon can get store, that are ail new iron, and nude at the best store works in the world; and when yoa get s store yon get almost theprieeefit in trimmin ir. ALL WORK WARRANTED, or o sale. Brass, Copper, Sheet Iron, Pressed andJaanned ware, on hand at all times, and for sale wholesale and retail RTOTTTINa- done on s new plan, which is superior to ail others. All kinds of trade takn (n ax ehangefor orkor ware. McCKOBY c CRAIGHEAD. Aug.25, 1859 T4nltf. Blood Purifier and Blood Pills. DR. ROBACK'S Scandinavian Remedies TITHEX Dr. Roback. tbe celebrated Swedish Phym- f Y cian, introduced his Blood Purifier and Blood Pills in the United States, be set fotth in plain language their curau re properties, ibis was years ago. ioe iasa or recommending hem has ftince been tkeu mt Am kmds. Enlightenen men whoaeebarcter for sound judgmentand pnuoeopuy gires tneiropimonsweigntin tue communiiy, men who observe, reflect, and make "assurance doubly -np," before tbey decide are everywhere approving and mrring tbe use of these wonderful Preparations. AU who confide in the wisdom and honesty of this clans, or who chose to investigate for themselves are now ot awe mind on inte important subject. Dr. Roback invites the attention of the sick the ORIGINAL LETTERS From members of the Medical Profession, editors of pub lic journals, well known Mrrcnante ana tamers, ana la dies of the highest respectability, giving accounts of ex traordinary cures wrought by the remedies, of which cures they themselves were Eye Witnesses., These parties may be consulted personally or by letter, oy those who nave any doubt ui on tne subject. iue ev idence In the possession of Dr. Roback, which is at all times accessible to the public, establishes the Ioiiowing Fact. That the BLOOD PURIFIER and BLOOD PILLS have been proved by analysis to . Coii tain no mineral; That they care the almost universal complaint, Dyspepsia with unerring eertmiwtf, and in a very short time. That after all other medicines have proved useless, they relieve Lirer Complaint, and restore the health and strength of the snQerer. That Sick Females, who bare languished for years in helpless weakness and despondency, recuperate with great rapidity under their invigorating operation. That all sexnal disabilities are removed by their cordial and gently stimulating proper ties, xnai tney recruit Shattered Constitutions, however they may have been trifled with and abased; that their direct tendency is to lengthen life and reuder it en joy able. That operating directly upon the poison mfdi ecu in tkt blood, they Cause Soon to Heal. and discharge from the system, every t int of Scrofula, whether hereditary or otherwise. That they Reernit tne Debilitated, and that there is no disease of the Stomach and Rowels. the liver, tbe nervous svstem, tbe skin, tbe elands or muscles, in which they do not give prompt relief, and (if admiuistered betore tne very citadel oi nte Has been in vaded.) effect a nainless and neriect cure. Bear in mind that tne Scandinavian vegetable uiooa Pills are endorsed by the experience of thousands of liv ing witnesses, who in letters, affidavits, medical words, and by word of month, proclaim tbem to be the very best preparation or tbe kind ever oilered to tne broken down victims of ill health. They hunt disease through every avenue and organ ortnesystem,and to expel lttiiorougn lv and permanently. ISO one can doubt tneir superiority after one single trial they are nrt only better but, in fact, cheaper than ony otfaar Pills, for it takes a less number of them to pro duce a better effect. Price ot the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood runner. s 1 per bottle, or $5 per nan aosen. ui tne Scandinavian veiretable Biooa nils, za cenis neroox, or o ooxe ior si. Read Dr. Roback's Speciar notices and Certificates, pub lished in a conspicuous part oi tuts raper iriia tune to time. Dr. Roback's Medical Almanac and family Adviser, con taining a great variety of interesting and valuable Medi cal information, can be had gratis of any of his Agents t-iroughout the country. In difficult and complicated cases, Dr. Roback may be consulted personally or by letter enclosing eue stoop for the reply. From Rev. Kr. McMtixzi, Pastor of Roberts Chapel. Indianapolis, October 6, 1857. Dr.C.W. Roback DearSir: I have nsed vonr Blood Purifier fora nervous affection, from which I have suffer ed much at times. While it is pleasant to the t ste, it certainly bppy effect upon the nerves. Please accept my thanks for your kind regards, and believe me Yours, r. rr . i mcsullimi. For Sale In Holmes county by H. Yenrin, Millers burg: J. Rudy, Berlin; J as. Hanna, Holmeavile; G. Ger ber, Wineshufg; H. Pomerene, Middletown; J. C. Long shore, Jiashville; H. Beidler, Lakeville; Jos Platy, Sal til lo; 6. W. Conyer, Oxford; Aaron Keim, Carlisle; and by Druggists and archanta generally thiougheut the union. Juoe2,lS59-41tf. -A. a w Bd the testimony of 00V. WISZ, V. Wham's Puis are a ssA sad most nselul Assay JZsstedjf far Constipation, and aflecttons of the Digestir Organs. For Headache they hars proved tnera selras a spsdnc" Bead the testimony of GOV. XTSd, Ala. I wonld not be without Wilson's Fills for anr nrlee. For Iadixestion and Head ache, I diride s Pill and take th halt it gires immediate relief." Sold by Druggists ft Sealers everywhere. PREPARED BT B. Ii. FAHNESTOCK & CO. Importers & Wholesale Druggists Ho. 60, oorsec Wood and 4th BU. PITTSBURGH, PA. sou nonarou or 3 B. L Fahnestock's Vermifuge. 9 Sold by II. VERGL and J. K. RAIFF, M1LLRRSB URO, OHIO. Aug. 30, I860. v5b2. LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER! Patronize your own Yards. New Lumber Yard jnst opened in Millersburg, NEAR THE RAILROAD LANDIXQ. WHERE OI! CAN ALWAYS CJET at Clereland prices, freight to tbiaalace added,) all sorts of PINE AND POPLAR LUMBER, Shingles and mastering Laths, MATCHED FLOORING & SIDING, Sash n.Tif! TWits: Emhrartnr all the rarierlea usually found In Lumber Tarns elsewhere. We ask the public patronage, promis ing that they shall be fairly dealt with. 1ur present uuirtmant 1. i .... . . i I .... 1 " ' .. S"im, uiu w r rxpeel m mau. nmi,iiM it from day to day, as the wants of tbe country ar understood. GIVE US A CALL. JAMES HULL. IfarrhM, ltotl. R. W. INOs O o 2 7 "ff A nsrer wiing sduodh iut on uwi. v o ache, Dyspepsia, Fcrer and Ague, , "?jjA Liver Complaint, Costrreness, q Biliousness, Neuralgia, Colic, of D. prared Appetite, Dtoor. A Y dered Stomach, Female & Obstructions, Ac r d Mcts. iC? . DR. J. K. RAIFF, Druggist & Apothecary, DEALER. PCaE Pharmaceutical Preparation of Standard StrtngiA, Pure Wines and Liquor, JSurg-ical Instrument, Perfumery, fattds, Uu, f arntsJtet, dec., dee.. RESPECTFULLY invites the consideration of the medical profession and tamiliea to his complete i and vanea assortment oi ail articles usual ir Kept in snca an establishment. The character of the stock is of the fir quality rnysicians ana families favoring mm who their pat ronage, maj confidently relr upon receivins; medicines j which will not disappoint them at tbe bedside of tb j sick. Every article leavinr this establishment fa war ranted strictly as represented, and will be carefully nut up and accurately Labeled. rnysicians in ine country, wno may oe unabte to make tneir purcnases in person, will ana it to tneir ad- vantage to order. Empire Hotel Block, MILLERSB URQ, OHIO April 7, 185 S31y THE BEST COOK STOVE B II it ft fill BECAUSE It Bakes Perfect, Good Draft, Doors fit Close, Joints fit Tight. Flares are bear?, No Wood Wasted, Always a Supply of hot water, Superior Boiling Arrangements. Took the 1st Premium at last Fair. Fruit dried and Victuals kept warm without burning them. IS SOLD CHEAP And has other good qualities without number. IL-er Beware of imitations, for many will seek to Imi tate, bnt call and see tlie genuine at the Big Coffee Pot. I n ji. uka x ! &ois Agent. vri. id. ov Important to Farmers, Farriers and Horsemen. A T Tn TT" Celebrate mt inimcnt a n AnnAnirjUnr carv or Rnmeiuuitwi- 1 lowing named tiitaw of tbe born, such as Spavin, Ringbone, Spiint, Curbs, and Windgalls. or any other Lump or bwdltngs. that m-tr arise on tbe bone from any canite wbaterer. or wherever located, it ban alno ben mid br tbone who bare used tbe l. mi merit that it will carts roll-Evil and Mff'iiN, if applied in tune. flr"live it a triuL and if after nsinir it accordinr to airectim.il, yoa are not RitiKtied an to it emcacv, return the bottle.and we will refund ronrmener. SOLD BY J. K. RAIFF, DRUGGIST, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. Ocr27,lSi10tf GROCERY STORE. riOnRREV ITrsFRhurmnarMl him jr -i j ts : - e. - jTiuucrv uiu Arruvisiuii otuie, To the Booms formerly occupied br Fry's Jewelry Store. i. a , t... .. , I eu ana win oe seia on frnorx fronts. All who want to buy the best quality ot GROCERIES should call. April 26, I860. n37tf NEW GROCERY PROVISION STORE Cl KOEGE WOLF has purchased the Grocery and T Provision Store of John StolL and received in ad dition thereto a large Stock of Family Groceries and Provisions of every kind. We invite special attention to his BtOCK Ot TEAS. COFFEE, - of all grades and prices. MOLASSES, SYRUPS, &C. a great rariety at low prices. Fruits, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars, Cheese, Crackers, Jtsh, and other articles that it would tabs a column to enu merate. The highest price will be paid for all kinds of country Call and See for Yourselvea I JT' Remember th place; th rooms heretofore a. cuuieu or rfonn 91011. June 11, I860 44tf RETTBERG & HAUSMANN, iwroKTxssor akd dbaub is . Fancy Goods, Toys, Baskets, AND YANKEE NOTIONS, Ldi'PrMS Irimmin Hosiery, Zephyr ifti Shetland fwl EIUBROIDEMIES, And everything usually kept in a Faney Store, 233 SUfKRIOR ST, CLEVELAND, 0. ADOLm UTTSEBS. - - nrPOLTW MAUaUAW NOTICE. TH E nulwcri ber bee? leave to say to those e gnged in Supir Oime raising that they can be accommodated vitn NO. 1 MILLS on snort notice, and reasonable terms, at the Steam Foundry, Millersburg, Ohio. Also, thnt Celebrated composition that has been selling for seven dollars, ran be had at Ihe Steam foundry for five dnlmrx. J.H. VAN BROCKLIXf. Jnly H, 7tf I I - THE TRADE OPEN! ::) J. CHERRYHOLMES,' Is new rscelriag his FALLSUPPLY am xHERCHAlYDISE, whkhis the largest stock- em draught to this seaoa, andia - Selling if Sreqf cBqrgws! You can Bad at THE CHEAP STORE or J. CHERRRTHOLMES. G re at Bargains. 15 CHERRYHOLMES hm ennn riack situ AT 75 CENTS PER YARD a . si n. n rv n ni iii iva ansa nasi From la Cents to $2,00 per Tardr CHERRYHOLMES W ALL-WOOL DE LAINCS AT FROM 31 to 50 CENTS PER YARD. CHERRTHOLMES las The Largest Lot of SHAWLS in Towil And Very Cheap- - Of .77.. OR J- S . tn s- . r nn CHERRYHOLMES baa WHITE GOODS OF ALL KEfDS eJACONJCTS, Edgings, Inserting., and Whits Floandng of all klads. CHERRYHOHMES has A Big Lot of DRESS TRIMMINGS Cheap Velret Ribbon tn large quantities. GLOVES, HOSIERY, HOODS A COMFORTS. At Low Prices. Cherry hoi mt has great bargains in Q TJEE Jf SWARE, Bought direct front the importer, witaont breaking packages. It win pay ron to break ap jams old dishes and bay new ones, CHEAP. WOOLEN GOODS, In large quantities at CHERRYHOLMES' TtJUAnt TfPTAnf PPin; . Cloths, Casaimeres, Testings, Orereoating, Tweeds, fcc in large quantities and at extra low prices. J-JSF'He has secured tbe eeraices of s good and a experienced TAILOR, to make Clothing.j Soots, Shoes, Leather and Groceres of all kinds. JAUUB UilltKKliiOLMia. Sept. 6, 18C0 t5b3 assess Mannlacfarer and Dealer INALLKINIBOF AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE WORKS. Monuments, Tombs and Head Stones on haadsndsastd. to order on the shortest possible notice, and at swab, low prices too that will astoniah the natirea. J.EBERHAKDT. Shop on Main Street. Millersburg, April 12, 190. ' 1,000 REWARD. IT is generally conceived that noner saved is just aa good as that which is earned. The war te save aw aey is to bay cheap. reopie do not always know where to bay tbe Cheapest and Best Groceries, And just for the bf-nent of nartieolar friends, and tbs dear people generally their humble sonant pat kisseenT to the trouble of writing the uct and baring it pub liahed that LOUS FRITZ Has a very large and saperior stock of everything new- ally to and in a GROCERY & PROVISION STORE. Let no one be backward about calling eeerrbedr rash right ap to Frit's, where tbey can bay snore for m quarter than any other Grocery in these dinr. LUuJa 1 xwil AV. janeZMKO 44 I mUT ill TUT ncTi biuill ill Ills. Lnu i WFRTTM ON HAND AGAIN, With a large stock of . . Fall & Winter Goods! NEW AND CHEAP. Buyers are invited to Call AND SEE BEFORE PCRCIIISLVG ELSEWHERE. HE THINKS He can do as well by you as you can do elsewhere. Berlin septS,1880. SELLING OFF AT COST! Sow is jour time to seenre CLOTHING To be given away at cost pries for the ntxt 30 days. r IN order to make room for aa extensive stack of now roods for the (all trade, we bow offer ts the aubli. mr the next 3 DAYS tbs remainder of ear Summer Goods AT COST PRICES. All ar inrited to rail at the United States dotbia. Store, at the sir. of tbs "Little Giant" to (et feed, Bargains in Keadjr-slads Clothier and Oentlemea's Fur. ni.bint Goods. 8, B. HOFr JCAN CO, MUieraburc, Aug. , 1MQ. FIRE!!! JUST RECEIVED, a Id. lot of 1173I PS, ef all kinds, from the smallest cistern to the larrset Force, Engine or Well ramp. this is tns new -.p nwm mmuei arainst Are; will throw water over aaj ardinsn tv) story house. Sold cbeas by BRAY, the Tuust AT THE BW COFFEEPOT. April l.lM-SMf TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. Tn subscribers nenectfallr Inrita the attention of -Merchants to their stock sf DRT GOODSI Fancy Goods, AND ' NOTIONS. . We rarahsss direct from manufacturers or their km 1 mediate srenta, and are therefore prepared te) , SELL AT AS LOW PRICES asaar house in the Eeaatera cities. Give ua a oall and see fox jotuv selves. ;.!. UO aiarkstsHttsbwrli FiT? Pee., TMOlotf