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British Opinions of American Affairs.
fairs. The Secessionist Wholly to Blame. ENGLAND WILL NOT BUY SOUTHERN COTTON. . The London' Timet of the 28iL ultimo, is A leader on American .affairs, talks in the following unsparing fasbion : . For a. single year the consumers of cot . ton mar be made to pay tribnte in the ' ahspe of an export duty to the planters of Ueorgiaand Alabama, we ouneivev id Indiana hare contrived to levy such a tribnte upon the Chinese, but in the shi e of an export duty on opium. But J the . English are not likely to submit to this , - kind with as nkch patience as the Chinese . and the Southern Slates mutt male vp their minds to pay' for whatever funds they may raise in this manner by the per- ' manrnt destruction of their principle or- ' title of export AO the Abolitionist of . the North and West never dealt suck a ' blow at Slavery as she will suffer at the hands 'of her chafeti champions, from the imposition of the tax upon the export of cotton; The manufacturers of this country are oecoiniDg iDorongmy alarmed at tne preca utious tenure on which they hold their sup ply or raw material. Tne imposition of an " export duty will put an end to hesitation a in the minds of those at whom it is direct ' y leveled, and everything that British eap " ital skilL combination, enterprise and in- . flueiCu can effect, will be done, in order to raise a competing industry to that of the southern Stales, if or tbe first time is this question, our interests seem likely to be ranged on the same side as our feel ings, and we shall be forced' at the last in ' to taking a part of which consistency and lionor have so3bg pleaded in vain. It is 'but a melancholly result of a Constitution .' which, for the first time, incorporates-into itself the principles of Free Trade, to be immediately succeeded by that most do ,'plorable of all economical absurdities, an export -duly on an article of produce of "which the Mate has no monopoly, but which can be produced almost anywhere witlin 35 degrees north or south of the ' - THE SECESSIONISTS ALONE BLAME. The London Telegraph says: ' V'.lfo unprejudiced reader of the intelli gence from America, brought by the latest mail, will deny that the South is taking upon . itself the entire responsibilities- of civil war.' There was "no threat, no insult, 'no challenge in the inaguralion speech of MrLincoln. ' The Southern mind is impervious to anything founded upon justice. Otherwise it would concede, as a fact, the truth that ' " the" return of Mr. Lincoln can scarcely be ' recorded as a great triumph of the Repub lican' party. Surely that parly must en- ' joy many similar triumphs before it- can ' hope to stand on a par with his antagonists. '.Taking a list of fifteen Presidents, from 2 Washington to Buchanan, .five had come "from Virginia; of those five four were re elected, holding office for eight years each, so that during one half of which has elaps ed since the creation of the Republic, its Chief Magistracy has" been by a Virginian. The highest office in the commonwealth, ' in a -word has been filled twelve times by .men from the South,, and only six by men from the North, and yet the former protest tbat they are denied an equal par ticipation in the government of the United States. The New York as well as the .Hew Orleans journals join chorus in a fiery . -protest against perpetuating the reign of tyranny. . What tyranny f It is that of - Southern -majority in Congress over Northern President or that of a Carolinian Ctef a gang of Africans, toiling themselves to death in the sun I "Mr. .Lincoln has seized no property, hoisted no revolutiona ry flag, convened" no illegal assembles, armed no lawless troops, invoked the au thority of no turbulent and seditions rab ble. The only blunder of any magnitude which has been committed has been par doned ; with singular forbearance. Six months ago, bad President Buchanan been -sincere in his heart,' he might have spared bis successor an immensity of 'trouble. But Abraham .Lincoln, upon assuming of- "ce, finds himself in the perplexity of a new commander.-in-chief, whose predeces sor has left almost every . strong position r undisturbed in the hands of the enemy. In one quarter the palmetto flag has been . floating since December, over the United States properly, and within the United States, the only protest made, having been on paper. In the State archives he reads ''document, purporting to come from cer tain ' South (JaroJima commissioners, in in which the surrender of Federal for tress is demanded as though the parties were sorerign belligerents treating, upon eqttal terms. 'r 'Jf.asnow seems palpable, the South is deteiSktned upon Jigthtng, the Jxorln ought no longer to leave its sword in the scab bard. The first overt act of Carolina, with its confederates in George, Mississippi, and Alabama, should lead to an immediate concentration of troops and an endeavor, at all events, to re-inforca the Federa 1 garri sons. ' Whatever advantage belongs. to those who obtain the earliest success will be claimed probable by- the slaveholdipg part, which is nearest the scene of action, and has undertaken the largest amount of become, in, the endone of resources,and it will be shown to the world, if "President" Jefferson Davis and his myrmidons of a mock Congress persist in their homicidal policy,' whether a raw ; uniformed, patched, and disjointed federacy without a nation al revenue or the means of collecting one, and without manufactures can sustain a straggle with one rich in the accumulation of seventy years, with an army, a fleet m wealthy and ent husiastic community, open " access across the frontier, and unlimited basis for militia training. It is melan choly to reflect tbat the question should come to this; but, if arms are decided, the North and the North-west will hold the Mississippi agaiflstthe South -will abrogate so far as the Seceding States are con- .cerned 4h Fugitive Slave Law; will is olate the enemies of the Union, and teach themaj lenght that, by allowing their - passions to prevail over their reason, they hare sacrificed many interests- over which 'the election of Abariiam Lincoln never threw even the shadow of a danger. - - A child was recently "porn in Haup field, Penn,- having but one eye, and that situated in tbe centre of tbe forehead. There was no nose, nor any appearance of nasal cones, ine mouth was well formed and where "it should be, tbe ears were tbey should be. The ears were situated on the cbeek bones. Tbe rest of the body was well formed. The "Hog Alley Man" in Washington. :v ill(tOB. This humorous individual writes a letter from Washington to the Nashville Patri ot, in which he shows op the economy of the Federal Government in the following style: - - '- The way the Government gels its . Work done is curious. As an illustration, you and your family meet in convention of - the whole, and adopt a resolution authorizing the construction of a hen-coop in your back yard. .You at once appoint me superintend ent jof the work putting a tboosand or two' of dollars in bank for me lo check on. . 1 get you to' appoint my brother-in-law chief en gineer. ." I appoint two of my- brothers assistant superintendents' and my brother-in-law ap points two of his brothers - assistant engi neers all at your expense. - We buy us each a fast horse and buggv, and ride around town, drink cock-tails and play bil Iiards, until the bank deposit gives out, when, we make out a printed report of seventy-three page! furnishing you a top ographical survey of your back-yard, and a' vast amount of statistical information with regard to the ' number of hens -you are likely to have for the next forty years. We wiod up the report with announcement that the sight of the hen coop has been se lected, and a call for another appropriation to prosecute the work, which we assure you will be done with "vigor. You place an other thousand or two in bank and we em ploy two hundred hands at three dollars a day lo transport seventy-five cents worth of lumber (which costs you under oar man agement about ten times that many dol lars) to the place of operations, which re quires about three months. In the mean time, we drive around and go on vigorously with the liquor and bil liards. We then come up with, another report and a demand for another appropri ation. With this we get the walls of the structure up, and with one or two or more appropriations, and a great many more cock -tails and billiards, we get the . thing covered in; ,and at the end of twelve mouths, which we very appropriately style our "fiscal year," we put you in. formal possession of a ten thousand dollar hen coops that any negro carpenter woald have peen glad to knock up some Saturday" af Itrooon for a suit of your old clothes. Ho thus modestly excuses himself for epistolary brevity: meant lo write you a long letter to night, but unhappily I find myself placed in a singularly unfavorable position for wri ting with my accustomed force and perspi cuity. My room is situated in a wing of the building. Just opposite is another wing, with a narrow court yard between. There must be a concert or a circus, or some sort of a show in town to-night, for at a window opposite mine a couple of very bretty, what 1 would suppose to be chambermaids, have been putting oc their clothes for the last hour, as if they were fixing up to go somewhere. ' This is very annoying to a man of a. family, and if it were not so far down stairs, I would go and complain to the landlord, it would require an individ ual of tremendous' power of concentrating bis thoughts to write an able lotler ondar uch circumstances. I would close the blinds and get further from the window, but! expect to pay for staying in this house, and I am not to be driven from pil lar to post by such a spectacle as is now be fore me. What was the Fleet doing. Much surprise and indignation has been expressed tbat tbe fleet off Charleston har bor did not render any assistance to Mai Anderson in his defence of the Fort. Tbe New York" Times with great apparent reason thus explains this matter. This view of the case is a new one, but certainly the reasoning is strong, - Tho port of Charleston, we learn by way of Montgomery, is blockaded. . Every ves sel entering or leaviug it is to pass the sur veillance of a ship-of-war. No', wonder tbat "the Charlestonians regarded with ex ecration tbe fleet tbat refused to come to the rescue of the gallant Anderson." was not the plan of the Administration that they should go to his rescue at too great a peril. It was from the start des tined to an entirely different field and mode of action. ' Neither tbe retention'' or - sur render of Fort Sumter conld have any bear ing on tbe policy the Ctovernment, had marked cut for itself. This was an isola ted case, that stood solely on its own mer its. Government could not allow its Flag to be disgraced by retreat. . It is strength ened in every part by the surrender of the fort, It may not attempt, at present, its recapture,, but will notify the Confederated States that, till it is restored, the Commerce of Charleston must pass over the deck of 1 r - " a sntp oj war. lnem-it act in the drama which has terminated in tbe surrender of Fort Sumter. instead of being a defeat, is, when we come to look at its effects, a most brilliant suc cess. It has thrown upon the Confedera ted States the entire responsibility of com mencing the war. It has given up time to arm for offensive operations, and to col lect and to place before even Southern port a fleet sufficient to enfrorce lo the revenue laws, and to protect our 1 7o mercefrom Southern pirates. We still hold every every point of value in the Gulf t ort fickens, Key West and Tortugas, we lurn ine uonteaerated States npon themselves. We bold the command of the sea, upon which they cannot even float Al- aermaa .Boole s scows. Their ' armies, wnich tbey have collected and armed with such cest, they rhay turn against eab olh er, to help to stifle the little freedom of thought or expression that mar yet exist. They are harmless against us: . Tho little commerce that may still seek their ports must submit to our revenue laws. - is in oi a the the A BOY SWALLOWING A HOLE. day, Charley five years old found one ot inose curious bone-rimmed circles, which muies nave named eyelets,and while playing in the garden, swallowed it.. The fanvly were m u,, onge engaged wjth a w?.r.k on entomology, when Charley ran in witti month wide open, and eyes distended to their uunost capacity. His mother caught AZ7 peWhatisthemaUerj; What has hap- 4iurrhi""g8p,'nisnagedlcwliculu It was broughtl when, after drii.W copiously, he exclaimed : . K "Oh, mother, I swallowed a hole !' Swallowed a hole, Charley I" . 2?? r-tber' 1 8IIowed tola with a piece of ivory round it" - XSTMost of men are perfectly willing tolendyon moJ times, excent whsn you happen to wsot to borrow. a goods, From pneee "de. ook they ; IflRS. WINSLOW, An experienced Xarseand Female Pbviricisn, presents to the attention ef no then, her SOOTHING SYRUP, FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. TTTHICH greatly tecUitates the process of teething, V Tf by softenine; the rame, reducing an inflaming rill ill-- HI P ITV inn emasmnclir ai linn inii il SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS, Depend npoe it, mother, it will (ire net to yoniaelTea ""relief mo health to tour infants. We bsve pat ap and sold this article for orer ten year, and CAN SAT, IX COXFIDEKCK AND TRUTH of it, what we hare nerer ben able to kit of any other med icine NEVER HAS IT FAILED, IX A SINGLE IN STANCE, TO EFFECT A CURE when timely need. Kerer did we know an kutsnce of diaalisfaction by any one who need it- On the contrary, all are delighted with its operation, and apeak in terms of commendation of ita r;:'-1 effects and medical rirtues. We apeak in this matter WHAT WE DO KNOW," after ten vear" experience. AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOR THE FULFILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERE DE CLARE. In slmost every instance where the infant ia anserine; from pain and exhaustion, relief will be fovnd in fifteen or twenty minutes after the syrup is adminis tered. This valuable preparation is the prescription of one of the moat EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL. NURSES in New England, and has been used with NEVER FAILING SUCCESS in THOUSAND OF CASES. s It not only relit-res the child from pain, bat Invigor ate! the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and sires energy to the whole system. It wilt almost instantly relieve Griping ia ike Bowels, and Wind Colic and orereome eonruinnf, vbleh, if not speedilr rem edied, end in death. We believe It the BEST and SUREST REMEDY IH THE WORLD, in all eases of DYSEKTARY and DIARRHCEA I.V CHILDREN whether it arises from teething, or from any other causes, we would my to every mother wno nas child nfferinr from aor of the foregoing coi plaints DO fcOT let your prejadices, nor the preju dices of others, stand between yon and your child, and the relief that will be SURE yes, ABSOLUTELY SURE to follow the use of this medicine, if timely used. Full directions for naing will accompony each bottle. None renuioe unless the me-stmile of CUTIS PEKKJ3, New York, is on the ontnde wrapper. Said by Druggists thronghont the world. Principal Office, 13 Cedar Street, New York.. PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. MILLERSB ITRO, OHIO. Feb. a, 1801 srtr . NOW OPENING! -'. Bt ; Jas. Hebron & Son TBEia ' Fall and Winter Stock of Hardware, . ' Iron, Nails, Glass, Paints, . Oils, Carpenters' Tools, : Saddlers' Tools, . Doors, Sash, Blinds. Saddlery, Coach .Trimmings, . Pocket Cutlery, &a, &a, &a, And all kinds of gnoda usually kept in ft well assorted Kurd ware Stock, all of which will be sold at rer j low figures. Purchasers are requesteQ to examine our stock belore Baying elsewhere. Remember the Place, Not. 29, I860. '- Opposite the Public Buildings, JO rOU WANT WHISKERS! . DO YOTJ WANT WHISKERS r DO YOU WANT AMOTJSTACHE? ,- DO YOU WANT A MOUSTCHE? BELLINGHAltrS CELEBRATED STIMULATING ONGUENT, For the Whisker and Hair. THE subscribers take plea nra in fcnnoanciiig to the Citizens of the United States, that thej haves ob taiued the Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to the American Republic, the ahore justly celebrated and worm renownea mracie. Th.3 Stimulating Onguent prepared hj Dr. C. P. Belldtchaic, an eminent phy- muui u uuuuimi, sou im warnunvu w onng; out a tlilCK WHISKERS OR MOUSTACHE from three to six weeks. This article is the only one me mna usea oy ine renen, sna in .London ana r ris it is in universal use. It is a beantifuL ecomie&L soothlnr. ret stimulatinr compound, actios; as If by magic npon the roots, causing beautiful growth of luxuiant hair. If applied to the scalp, it will care baumness, and cause to spring up in itac w ur umu sptiu a uue growm CM lew naif. Ap- puea according to directions, it will torn red or towy DAJUCand restore srar hair to its original enlnr. Wvinv smiiy niivuiii, turn uexuue. ine "UMDWT IS an in dispensable arucle in erery pentleman's toilet, after one week use they would not for any consideration be WllUUUl IV, - rn The subscribers are the onlr Agents for tlu art;! In United States, to whom all orders must be addressed. rrtce une Dollar a box for sale by all Druggists and Dealers; or a box of the Oxouest" warranted to hv desired effect) will be sent to any who desire it, by hui juirecij, securely pacat-a, on receipt oi price and pwBMgG, Ajipij w our auurens UUKAUS L MEGEMAX ft CO., ' DEUGOI8T, C., - '" "24 William Street. New York. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE, jMijuiiJiKauuitu, o. Feb. 23.1861 2?. . : . -. YOU? DID YOU Go in to Cook's to see his DID YOU NEW STOCK DID YOU DID YOU WATCHES. DID YOU Tt is decidedly the largest and oest stock oi xois Kiou erer brought to MjUersburg. . DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU GO IN TO COOK'S an j see his new stock of CLOCKS? If not, go at once. GO INTO COOK'S to see what a - DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU MA QN1FICENT CJH EAP . " LOT OF . " JEWELRY, he has Jmt rscelred. GO TO COOK'S AT ONCE. O. L. COOK. AoTemberS, 1830. THE UNION TO BE SAVED. the pnrpose or saving the Union the undersign ed will raise a rand by selling bis entire stock of eonsisiing af boots, ; ' shoes, LEATHER now ontll the flrst of April at llrst enst, auction or anytliiug 1 ean get I do tbl to make room fur entire nsw stock of goods to commence tbe spring To ruin tUr Union taxing fund groit Ivr I would reouest those indebted to me br note or aceonnt to come alone and par ml a little on what owe. I mnat hare money in d)bt and most ri. 14, lMlf C MATT. i to .WJaA 2r CURE NervousHeadache By the nse of these Pilla "the periodic attacks of Str roas sr Sick Htmdacke may be prevented; and il taken at the commencement of attack immediate relief from pain and sickness will be obtained. Tbeseldon fail in removing the Aaasea and Beadmekt to which females are so snhject. Tbey act greatly npoa the bowel, rmoring Ceatsee- For Litermrtf Mm Slmdmlt. Delicate Females, and all persons of asaVustarw kmkitt, they are valuable as a Lmr afire, improving the MppetiU. giving (ewe and vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring the natural elastici ty and strength or the whole system. Tbe CEPHAIC PILLS are tbe result of long investi- Ction and carefully conducted experiments, having en in use many years, during which time tbey have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suf fering from Headache, whether originating in tbe aer mi system or from a deranged state of the tttnmack. Thev are entirely vegetable in- their composition, and may be taken at all times with perfect safety withont: making any change of diet, mnd ike essence of .a j dit mgretmbU teste render it easy to mdmurisUr liemto chit Van. Beware of Counterfeits. The genuine haTe fire signatures of Henry C. Spald ing on each box Sold by Druggists and all othere Dealers In M edicines. A Box will be tent by mail prepaid on receipt of the PRICE, SS CI2TTS. AU orders should be addressed to HENRY C. SPAT.TNG-, 48 Center Street, New York. THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENTS OF SIAX.II3SrGrS CEPHALIC PILLS WILL COXTLVCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM HEADACHE, - .THAT A . SPEEDY AND SURE CURE . B WITHIN THEIR REACH. As ihcu Testimonial vere vnsalieitid Ig Mr. uTiixixaJhcyatoTdun(puutanabtcyroof of the efficacy vf this truly scientific discovery. ltAsoorille. Conn., Feb. S, 1S61, Mb. SrxLDiKG. Sir: I hare tried your Cephalic Fiils, and like Hum m well that I want yon to send ne two dollars worth more. Part of thee are for the neighbor, to whom I gare lew on. oi me nrs. oox 1 got irora you. -Send the Fills by mail, and oblige, Vonr ob't en-anL JAMES KEXEDT. Uarerford. Pa, FeV. 6, 1831. Mr. Spaldio. Sir: I wish Ton to send roe one more box of rnnr Cephalic Pills, mav4 received a grtat deal of benefit J rm tkt Yours, resoectfullr. MARY AlVN ST0IKHOUS, Spruce Creek, Huntington Co., Pa., ; -. January IS, 1661 . 1 H. C.SrALDIKO. ' Birr - You will please send me two boxes of your Cephalic rills, seno uem immeuiaieiy. Repectfnllr yours, J NO. B. SIMONS, P. S. I have used one box of your Pills, and find mem excellent. ' Belle Vernon, Ohio. Jan. 15, 1861. H.C. Spalding, Esq. ' Please find inclosed twenty-fire cents, for which send me another box of your Cephalic Pills. They are truly me oen ra i nave ever iriea. Direct . , . A. STOVER, P. M. ' Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., O, Beverly, Mass, Dee. 11, 1800, H. C. Spaxdixo. Esq. 1 wish for some circulars or large show bills, to bring your Cephalic Pills more particularly before my custo mer, if you hare anything ol the kind, please send to me. One of my customers, who U vul ject to severe Sick Headaehe; (usually testing two days,) teas cured-cf tat aUlaUA M VRC SVUSST Wf ytwr -fat, W U U.U 1 SClil QCr. Bespectfully jours, . . W.B. WILKES. Beynoldsburg, Franklin Co., Ohio, ) . January 9, 1861. 5 Hrxbt C. SrLDixo, . - Ko.48 Cedar st., X. V. - t - Dear Sin . Inclosed find twenty-five cents, for which send a box 01 "wepoauc ruts." tseon to address ot Key. Wn C Miller, Keynoldsbanr. Franklin co O. Fear PxUs wri like m cJutrmevrt Headacke almost atstoMter. . , Truly Yours, . WM. a FILLER. - - Ypsilanti, Mich., Jan. 14 1861. Mr. Spalding. Sir: - " Not loop since I sent to vou for a box of CenhaUe ruis lor me cure 01 uie nervous Headache and Costive- nees, and received the same, and the had so rood m ef- j to j wai mua-a to Kwer more. riease send by je turn mail. Direct to - A. R. WHEELER, Ypsilantl, Mich, From the Examtmer, Norfolk Va. Caphalic Pills aecomDlish the oblect for which ther Tarns. antAearlakfl wl. k.. 1 - ! I1 a mswiuiin, a. vuir 'i urauii.B iu VU Ibes lurui From ike Examiner, Norfolk Va. " . Ther have been tested in mora than a theuR&nd eupfi with entire success. From the Democrat, St, Cloud, Min. ' It rou are, or hare been troubled with the fatadiub send for a box Cephalic Pills, so that you may have Uimu aa UUI VI KU AblKCK. . . From the Adaertiser, Providence, R. . Fhe Cephalic Pills are said to be a remarkably effective remedy for tbe headache, and one -of tbe very best for oat very rreaueui complaint wnicu nas erer been dis covered From the Western R. R. Gazett, Chieogo, fit. We heartily endorse Mr. Spalding, and his unrivaled From the Kenkaica Valley Star. Keniaxa, Va. We are sure that persons suffering with the headache. way try them, wtu sue 10 uem. From the Southern Path Finder, Few Orleans, La. Try them I rou that are afilctei. and we are sure that our testimony can be added to the already numerona list tnai nas recetreu oenenis tnai no otner medicine can produce. . From the St. Louts Danoerat. The immense demand for the article rCeohalic Pilisl Tram the Gazette, Vmenport, Xotcn. Mr. Spalding would not connect his name with an ar ticle ne uiu not cnew to possess real merit. Tromtkt Advertiser, Provident R. I. . ' The testimony in their tsror is stxons-. from the most mpectauio 4uarwra. ? Frem the Dailf Anns, Resport, ILL' Cephalic Pills are taking the place of all hints. - Jrosi Us Cbststrrttol Bulletin, Boston, Mess. Said to be very efflcadons for headache. From the Commercial, Cincinnati, Okie. 8 uilcrlng humanity can now be reliered. EST! sinuls bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED uai n wiu ears ten tunes Its cost annually SPALDING'S PREPARED GIUEI SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! i am SAVE TBI PIECES! ' ECONOMY! DISPATCH! tOT" A Stitch In Time Bares Nine." sTfl Aa accidents will hannen. eren in the iest regulated families, it is rery desirable to bare some cheap and eon renient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crocaer.Ac SPAULOINO'S PREPARED OLUE meets all such emergencies, and no household ean afford be without it. It hi always ready, and np to ticking point uoa ujj in SjVrttX flUUSA. . rf.B-ABmsb aecompaoics each Bottle Price SI cents. Address. HEKRT C. 8PALDINO, . No. 48 CEDAR Street, Sew York, As certain nnnrlnHnl.d mham ir. ttemntlns to imlm off on the unsuspecting pubUc, imitations ot my I'REPAREU (HATE I I .,il. .lln.r.nnsto ex- amine beture purchasing, and ss tbaMh lull name, S-T SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE, J on the ontaide wnnu.- .u .it... aM iMrfiin. mm. terfelta. ' - . Not. JJ, 1M0 la. 0 or the Ct of and C0iMT0M'CR0RY& CRAIGHEAD WW TlXSHOP H u Lu CC h ifi v 5 TO BUY YOUR WR5RE yon cmn et them all rirht in erery tray. Don't be bnitibnged njr loneer bj pedlars who are can-ring stores orer the country, that are ail scrap iron stuck together, and rerjr poorl.v ntucb at that. Come where you can get store tbat are all new frroj, and made at thebestatore works ia the world; and when you get a store yon get altnosttbe pric of it in trimminrs. ALU WORK WARRANTED. or no sale. Brass, Oopper, Sheet Iron, Pressed and Japanned ware, on hand at all times, and for aai wholesale and retail SPOUTING done on a new plan, which ia superior to ail others. All Vinds of trade taki in ex change for fork or ware. . VcCROKY t CRAIUUEAD. Aug.25, 1S59 T4nlU. " r n 0) C S3 O STOVES! s. B. WEISICH & BRO., Sealers ia English, German and American HARDWARE, MILLERS BURP OHIO ALL RIHGT NOW. The throng that so lonjr, lias been going all wronjr. Are now Baying their Hardware of Weirich& Bro Our poods arc all new And the prices right too. At the Store of S. Wcirich & Brother. So follow the throng " ' : - That are hurryiogalongf - To the Store of Weirich & Brother. Which is full from the floor to the shelves Of iron. Pitch Forks, Whetstonesand Ax helves. , Just look at the Sore of Weirich & Bro. So follow the throng -That are hurrying along For Hardware to Weiricb& Bothcr. Look at the "rushing," ..- - And avoid the upressinff But follow the throng ' 1 That are hurrying along, To bay their Hardware, Glass,Nails &c, of Weirich & Brother. June,18S9 42tf o- DILLS. "-Pe,- vi -urn iwsafj mmm -wj . ? A never fiUlins Antidote for Sici nVsvl. ache, Pyipcpsia, Fever and Ague, Liver Complaint. Costirenoss, -g. uiuousncfia, ncusi,vi.c, O u-pravea Appou-o. Jnml Strnnich FMniM ' ff OhstructionSa tc Bead tie testimony of GOV. WISE, Va. . "Wilson's Pius are a solo and most useful FamUg Remedy for Constipation, and affections of the Digestive Organ... For Headache they hare proved them selres a specific." Bead the testimony of 60V. ETHG, Ala. "I would not be without Wilson's Tills for any price. For Indigestion and Hend-I ache, I divide a Pill and take the half; It gives immediate relief.1 - Sold by Druggists Dealers everywhere. PKBPaRED bt B. Ii. TAHNESTOCK & CO. Importers & Wholesale Druggists Jfo. 60, corner Wood and 4th Sts. PITTSBURGH, PA. sou rnoraxiToxs w . B. L Fahnestock's Vermifuge, m Sold by II. VLUGIX and J. K. RAIFF, SIILLRRSSURG.OmO. Ang.30,1860. v5n2. Important to Farmers, Farriers and Horsemen. Criebrateb gnrse finimrnt S WARRANTED to cure or remove all the fol- . lowing named dueasei of the hone, uch sut Spavins, Ringbone, Sjtfint, Curbs, and Windgalls, or any other Lumps or towellings. that may arise on the hone from way canse Yhatcrer, wherever located, it has also been said br those who hare need the Liniment that it will core roll-Evil and FiVDli, u applied in time. -B'cr9(sire it a trial, and if after twin tt accordinr to airecuons, yon are not aatinhud as to us emcacy, return bottle and we will refund your meney. SOLD BY J. K. RAIFF, DRUGGIST, MILLERSBURO, OHIO. Oct2T,185-10tf NEW GROCERY PROVISION STORE EOEtJK WOLF has pnrehssed tbe' Grocery and T Provision Store of John 8tolL and received in ad dition thereto a large Stock of Family Groceries and Provisions every, kind. We Invite special attention ia his stock of - . ., ... TEA8, OOFFEE, of all grades and prices. ' MOLASSES, SYRUPS. &C.. a great variety at low prices. Fruits, Nuts, Tobacco, Cigars, Cheese, Crackers, Fish, other articles that It would take a column to enu merate. The highest price wfll be paid for all kinds or country produce. " Call and See for Yourselves. ETRemsmbsr th. place; the rooms heretofore ce ipied bv John Stall. iplea bv J Jnne 21, 160 Mtf be on Com DR. J. K. EAIJET, DrDggist & Apothecary, DEALEU nt rUES Pharmaceutical Preparations ofSlandardSirength, Pure Wines and Liquors, Surgical IndrvmenU, Perfumery, Paiirf, Oils, I arnithes, Lc, tte., RESPECTFULLY invites the cone iteration of the medical professinn and families to his complete and varied assortment of all articles usually kept in sueh an establishment. The character of the stock is of the first quality Physicians and famines favoring him with their pat ronage, may confidently rely upon receiving medicines which will not disappoint them at the bethside of the sick. Every article leaving this establishment Is war ranted strictly as represented, and will be carefully put up ana arxaraieiy inoeuMj. Physicians in the country-, who mar be unable to make ttu-ir purchases in person, will tind it to their ad vantage to order. Empire Hotel Blocjs, . MILLERSBUKG, OHIO April 7, 1659-S31y SEWING MACHINE. WEST & V.LSON'S Patent Double Thread. amili) Scminn vitelline, ; Patented June ISSa. PUICE FROM $30,00 Til 930,99, .according to style; unequalled for peci, Ucautr, Durabilitj ot stitch and economy in price. This truly celebrated Machine took the first premium at the Ohio State Fair, held at Sandusky, Sept. 16, lboS, also at every County Fair in the State where the same was exhibited. . No machine has ever been offered to the public com bining so many excellencies as the West ft Wilson ma chine. An impartial examination will convince the most skeptical of that fact. Send fora circular containing full pa rliculars o (prices, testimonials, illustration of stitch, ic. Ail letters of inquiry, orders for machines, circulars. samples of work, will receive prompt attention by ad dressing ' r L-G. UMNN, Gen. Agent, ur, r.ct.iii.U3, Trav. Agent, F. 0. address, Sullivan. Ashland Co., O. -t' sr Machines warranted aud full directions civon for asiny with.-nt extra charjre. m WW We have an excellent na-rmcrthat ean be "at tached to our machine for those who may desire. - Certificates. We, the undersigned citizens of Wooster, Wayne county, Ohio., have used West & Wilson's Family Sew ing Machine in out families, and cheerfully recommend ihe same for a family Sewing Machine. - Neal McCoy, C. A.Crandal, B.Barrett, - B.J.Jones, Ohio F. Jones, George Wilcox, Jobn P JeiTries, -:-- S.B, Bonewitz. May 24, I860. 40tf L. G. B. FARM FOR SALE. rjl HE undersign will sell at a bargain. A FIRST CLASS FARM Of 167 acres, situated 11 miles sen h-west of Wooster. 100 Acres Cleared And in a ood state of cultivation. GOOD ORCHARD, &c, ' JOHN G.BIGHAM.' Frederieasbnrg, Jan. SI, 186124 THE BEST COOK STOVE IS TUB BBfttfAMff BECAUSE It Bakes Perfect, . Good Draft, Doors fit Close, Joints fit Tight. Plates are IieaTy, No Wood Wasted, AI wars 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 CH33AP . And has other good qualities without Bomber. Beware of mutations, for many will seek to imi tate, but call and see the genuine at the Big Coffee Pot. VM. BRA V, Sole Agent. Oetl3, ' ' EETTBEEG & HAUSMANN, ' " ixrOBTrauor airo dsaUxs ut Fancy Goods. Toy s,Baskets, YANKEE NOTIONS. ladies' Dress Trimmings, Hoatry, Zephyr Hid Shetlui fool . EMBROIDERIES, And everything usually kept in a Forney Store, 233 SUPEKIUUST, CLEVELAND, O. ADOLTH KZTTBZaS, - - - BCDOLMJ BACUAM NOTICE. THE subscriber begs leave to sav to those en gaged in Sugar Cano raising that they caa accommodated with TSTO. I MILLS short notice, and reasonable, terms, at the Steam Foundry, Millersburg, Ohio. Also, that celebrated composition that has been soiling for seven dollar, ean be had at the Steam Foundry for five dollnra. " J. a. VAN UROCKLIN. July 14. 47tf F AW I LY BIBLES. THE best .hound, best printed, and rbeapest lot ef KaroilT Bibles ever before offered in aUllersburg, just received AT THE BOOK STORE. and see them ts satisfy renrself. are ly lay bo P This story IT ney dear to Ras ally rvsh quarter Bis Teas, ia which oash Scrofola, or King's Evil. is eonstitntional. disease, corrnption of th blood, by which (his- flmd becomes) fitiated, weak, and poor. Being ia tbe prenlatiofi, a pcrrades the whole body, and may bunt out m disease on any part of it. No orgnn is free from its attadu, nor is there one which it may not destroy. The scrofulous taint ia rationaly eaosed by mercurial disease, low siring, ha Fiucn ot unneauny food, impure air, tutu ana filthy habits, the depressing rices, and, aboTC all, by the venereal infection. What erer be its origin, it ia hereditary in the env stitution, descending from parents to children unto the third and fourth generation ; mdwiT, it seems to be the rod el Him who says, "I will visit the iniquities" 0t the lathers npoa their children." - Its effects commence by deposition from fhe 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 iu the blood, depresses the energies of life, so that scrofulous eonstitu tions not only suffer from scrofulous com plaints, but they have for less power to with stand the attacks of other diseases; conse quently vast numbers perish by disorders which, although not scrofulous iu their nature, are still rendered fatal by this taint in the system. Most of tbe consumption which de cimates the human family lias its origin directly in this scrofulous contamination; and many destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain, and, indeed, of all the orgnns, arise front or are aggravated by the same cause. - One quarter of all our people are scrofulous i their persons are invaded by this lurking in fection, and their health is undermined by it. To cleanse it from the system we must renovat the blood by an alterative medicine, and in vigorate it by healthy food and; exercise. Such a medicine we supply in AYER'S Compound Extract of Sarsapsrilla, the most effectual remedy which the medical skill of our times can devine far 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 UUVaCA UWUI .11.- W1UUU U'.U 1111. 1WUH V 1 I.I system from its destructive consequences. Ilence it should be employed for the cure ef not only Scrofula, but also those other affec tions which arise from it, such as Ebupttvb and Skin Diseases, St. Axthont's Fibs, Rose, or Kkyshtxa., Fixpi.k.1. Pcstci.es, Blotches, l!i.AixsandU(iTx,ToMoBs,TrrrEB and Salt Riiei'x, Scald Head, Risawoiut, Rheumatism, Svimiii.itic and MtucuniAL Dis eases, Dudi'st, Di'sFErsiA, Deiiilitt,- and, indeed, all Complaints aiiisino fhox Vitia ted ok Iui'tnK Blood. The popular belief in " impurity of the blood" is founded in truth, for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The particular purpose and virtue of tins Sarsapa rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid, without which sound health is impossible in contaminated constitutions. ATER'S Ague Cure, JOB CBS SPEEDY COBS Ot Intermittent Fever, or Fever mmi Iree, Remittemt Fever, Chill Fever, Dtuat Ague, Periodical Headache, er BUIeas) Headache, and HiHoae Fevers, Indeeel for She whole class of diseases arlajlssat Ins; la biliary dersngement, caased kw the JUalaria of Illasoaatie Canst tries. We are enabled here to offer the commnnity a remedy which, while it cures the above complaints with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts where these afflicting disorders prevail. This "CuitB" expels the miasmatic poison of Fbvkb axd Agur from the system, aud prevents the de velopment of the disease, if taken op the first ap proach of its premonitory srmptorns. It is not only the best remedy erer yet discovered lor I his class complaints, but also the cheapest. Tbe large quantity ire supply fur a dollar brings it within the reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where Fever and Agck prevails, every body should have it and use it freely both for cure ana protec tion. A great superiority of Ibis remedy over any other ever discovered for the speedy and certain cure of Intormittents is that it contains no Quiuiue mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or other injurions effects whatever upon the constitu tion, 't hose cured by it are left as healthy as if they had never had the disease. 1 ever and Ague ix not alone the conseqneace of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor ders arise from its irritation, imon; whirh are XcttralqM, Ulteumalism, Gvtt Headache, Llmf nrss, '1 oothache. Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, VuL pitation. Pain fill Affection of the Speen, Ilyster--ii t. Pain ia the Boicch, I 'otic, Paralysis and e Tangement of tho Stomurh, all of which, when originating in this eansc, put on the intermittent t'jpe, or become periodical. This Ccue " expels the poison from the blood, and consequently cures, them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa sionally or daily while exposed to tbe infection, that will be excreted from the system, and cannot accumulate iu sufficient quantity to ripen into dis ease. Ilence it is even more valuable for protec tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter mittcnts'if they avail themselves of the protection this remedy affords. . .. Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYES & CO., Lowell, Xasa. II. YERG12J" and J." K. RAIFF, ; -' - ' " llillorsburg, Ohio. Kor.l, I860 11 . CHEAP SHINGLES. BRIXG OX YOUR TIMBER. THE rabseril er respecthillj informs the pabBe that he has purchased the right to nse in Holmes ennntT Bayard's Shingle Machine! Which, where used is acknowledged to be the best Joint Shingle Machine in ne. These shingles are better and cheaper than those made bj hand; firstly, because they uniform in si'e and do not warn or draw: and secenW- because the shingles made from a cord of timber will as mnch mfre roof aa the lap shingles will from the same amount of timber. Persons' desiring shingles made wilt prepare their tim- berin bolts and tieiirer it at tbe Board 1 ard of Hnll 9t Enos, llillersborg, O. Shingles cut for $1.36 fer WOt. Shingles made of ail the timbers of which thej utm atuilljr made. Persona bringing fimler for shingle will hare It steamed r.n the gronntl, aa I hare erected a steaming for thatpurp u Whererer tins Machine has been in nse the h ingles mannlactored bv it have taken the place of lap fb.nelea. Pec 6, 1S66. 16 B. W. US OS. FIRE!!! TC9T RECEIVED, a fine lot of PUMPS, of all kuiua, uuiil .Ui eUwsaltU CUMril W IOS IBIgllSI Force, Engine or Well Pomp. fa the best Pnnsi made is a Howie Proteetioei against fire: will throw water over anr erdlnarr twa house. Sold cheap by BR A V, th. Tinner AT THE BIG COFFEE POT. April 19, I860 3Stf 1,000 REWARD. is generally conceived that money saved la Jvst ass food aa that which is earned. The war to save ne- !S to buy eheap. reopie ao not always anew where to bej the Cheapest and Best Groceries, Andinst for the beneRt af narttrnlmr Mnh Ba tli. people renmlly their humble servant pnt hiaaeelt the trouble of writing the fact and havtaf it sab liahedthat . IiOUlS FRITZ a very larre and snnerlwr stock of eTerrthto. nas lonnd in a - . t GROCERY & PROVISION STORE. ' no one be backward about ealllnsj-- right uwto frit's, where they eaa bey ss.ro lor a than anj other Grocer fcia these digrlnrK.M LOUd faUTaC' ane21a18Ca M . NEW GROCERY ' PROVISION STORE. ' M. FIKE, RGSPErrrrn.LT Iniorss bis trie ads and UepahUe teaerally that ho has opened . I NEW GROCERY STORE, ' . IntheroonMlmnsedUtelyeppaeiwitkeCeBBasssa, la stock viU be foaad ti. bnt ni O0em, Smyari oeH Untk. jfnsssai, SJTobcxKo,(ndU.Rissi.Mds, . fritiU of mU kisA. . Choice Wines 6c Liquors, FLOUR MEAL, ., Candies, Cakes; and Crackers. ', larce qeaatlUee . seU either wholesale er retail, h. offers oa th. most veasnasble tanas either a er approved ooaatry prodnee. v Dont forest U aUl at FIEE'S, opposite (At Covti House. $neT