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ANNAPOLIS, April 27.
Twk 4bonsod troops altogether rrived WndTKr Uiouwthj 1 expectM ;lo-night. Tb brio Prrj iVstationed at tbe en trance of the barbor,Bnd the Park Artillery fa placed on tba right ibliore. tJ.v . . A tog with the 8lh Massachusetts regi toent cot oot the rece'ring ship Alleghany from Balttmore Harbor, and anchored her under the eons of -Fort AJcdenrT. Gen. Butler cars that a musket is jfn fil ing every rail between here and Washington.- ' ; r. -r ; The Superinlecdent of tLo Road was nested yesterday Jar taking ap rails. The Maryland Legislature is discussing proposal for adjourning to Annapolis. ' The Legislature won't pass an ordinance 01 secession, but will arm toe olate. , . , - Bailinjore. and WasliingUB quiet. CHICAGO, April 28. JL eenlleinan has just returned to city from a business tour throngh Alabama sad Mississippi, leaving Mobile on Tuesday last, reports that hundreds of men who had gone to Pensacola to lake Fort Pickens, are returning home daily, dL-gusted and satisfied that it is impossible for the Con federate states to canture the tort. A large number of troops at Pensacola are sick and dying in hospitals from the effects of fatigue and exposure abd hunger. Uur ' Informant reports that the people in Ala tritrrm and Mississippi are almost crazy with 'excitement, that mod spirit is rampant evdry where, n is rendered daily more des perate in some localities by threatened fam ine ana siarraiioo. . "In tiew of events in . St. Louis, re-gi meat was sent from Springfield yesterday to occupy Alton..' A bill for $3,000,000 loan for war pur poses, and another bill to send 10,000 men into camp to answer to the next call of ue Government, are before the Legislature. Both bills will probnblv pass to morrow. CAIRO, ILL. April 28. A gentleman who left New Orleans on Friday morning furnishes the following: The whole country between Jackson, Tanu., and New Orleans are in arms. At every station along the road companies were seen drilliDg. Xltey appeared dest itute of arms nsing old muskets, shot guns and rifles. The telegraph lines are in the bands of the secessionists, and are not per mitted to give any information as to the movements of troops. .. ; Leading Secessionists at New Orleans are in hourly expectation of news of t!:e capture of Washington. Our informant was told the North should hear no more news until the Treasury at Washington was in the hands of the Confederate troops, aod President Lincoln end tLc Cabinet TisdRiyrs. All the troops, except these at Fori Pick ns, are being rapidly removed North. The best of those originally destined for the reduction of that fortress hare been with- drawn.. It U not believed at New Orleans ttat any attack 'on Fort Pickens will be made for weeks to come. A passenger from Memphis reports that secret Tficvt rugs of volunteer companies were iield iu liml c.ty last night, i roni hints thrown out, it is believed ilint their purpose is to march at once upon Cairo cut the levee, and then make the n:ta,k. The troops are in good health and spi:iu. Cincinnati, April 24th. s - i....fO : h:: 1 .1 II 1 . I J..1 1 , ! . t lt I Ji 1 1 I lit. 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ber, left Cynthiana, Kyn Monday, to join the Confederate army. . When Ilia train arrived at Frankfort, Kentucky, they were ordered to show their flag, which' they did, displaying a secession ling from the win dow. S ones were throwu at it, when the Lieutenant of tho 'company fired in the crowd. ' Immediate the cars were attack ed by the citizens, and bonlders and pa ving stones ixiued upon them promiscuous ly. They finally got off with but little personal injury. Great excitement prevailed during the remainder of the day, aud threats were feade to tear up ihe track. The citizens declare that no more seces sion troops shall pass through that place. Ar York, April 24. Mr. Barlletl, of the e vailing Post, arrived Inst night from Washington. On Monday afternoon Ben Mc Culloch was at Virginia with two thou sand Virginians.' ' r - It is reported ihfittbe President said to the Baltimore deputation on Monday that if the passage of the United Status troops was again obstrucd he would lay their city in ashes. ---- Four thousand bbls. flour bound for Richmond, were seized at Georgetown, Sunday. 'In a letter from Secretary Seward to Gov. Hicks, of Maryland, who had request ed the President to send no more troops through that Stale, and bad also absurdly proposed asking the British minister at Washington to act as mediator between the rebels and the Government; Mr. Seward replied that the people of the United States can settle their own differences without calling on a European monarchy to do it for tbem. . , ; i ? i - 4 It s nfmored that all officers now re- ' signing will bn kept, prisoners on parole. J. J. Wright of Oswego, from Washing ton, says Gen. Scott remarked to a group of gentlemen who had pointed to .the re port abeut hi resignation, that he could more easily believe they would trample their flag in the dust than he be suspected 6f resigning A this hour of trial. tNo, sirs, please God I will fight for many years yet for Ibis Union, and that, loo, under the protecting folds of the Star Spangled Ban- i 3FThZ Memphis Avalanche must nave experienced a terrible relapse when it came to know bat Gen.JScott is-, true to his flag, , From its issue of .the 24 ih we est the following rhapsody over Scott's reported resignation J i"i Lincoln and General Scott. If Abraham Lincoln, the great Kangaroo of this continent,' had been caught by. his own caudal appendage and bis back bones palled oat,' he would not have been left in more pitiable condition than he finds himself since General Scott has resined The" long-legged ex-vender' of mean whis ker might as well coil himself up andj go off into, a delightful slate of torpidity like sea serpent, a condition sometimes desig nated aa "masterly inactivity," or known in some quarters as "armed neutrality."" The condition of the mock heroic President, whom Seward or Chase can now "twine about their fingers adlibitumf is a deplora ble one."' He never had any.gizsard, never enough to define. 1ili "policy , -. ,dtity from which not one ,'of his predecessors ever shrank, but now the ignorant, vulgar clown baa lost his back -bone.1 Gen. Scott' has seceded and poor old Abe is "done for Lincoln and General Scott. Swearing in The Zouaves---An Extraordinary Scene. . 31$ JR.; Y Herald thus reports the ta king of the oath by Wilson's battallion of Zouaves, to support the American flag and to jBarcb turougb iialtimorer . At seven o'clock last evening the "Union battallion of Zouaves," Col. Win. Wilson, held a formal muster and roll call at their headquarters ia Tammanny Hall. .There were 861 men of the battallion present Tlie occasion was made strikingly impres sive by the extraordinary " proceedings which were bad. - The men .were ranged aroand around the hall three deep,- with Col. Wilson and other offiers in the center of the room. The men had all clad them selves in grey shirts and pants which had been provided for their uniform, which is completed by a 'common brown' hat, bro- gans and leather belt. Tliey carry a short knife about seven inches in length, between a sort of bowie-knife and butcher knife in shape. ' Many also have revolvers, of which it is intended that each shall .be armed with one or two, as well as a slung-shot and Minnie ride. All the men being rang ed against the walla; the Col. with a drawn sabre in hand and the American Sag in the other, stood forth and addressed his men amidst deafening cheers. " After a short adjuration to the flag, for which he declared his devotion, he called u)on all to kneel and swear wilh him. Waving Lis banner and flourishing his sa bre he knelt on one knee. . All present kneeled with him and repeated the oath which he put to them to support the flag, through blood or death. He said be would lead them through Baltimore, and they would march through it or die; at which all arose with a tremendous yell, flung np their hats and brandished their glittering knives nnrids prolonged and frantic cheeis. He then denounced death to the Baltimore traitor secessionists and Plug Uglies, and said ihey would leave a monument of their bones in" the streets of Baltimore. Amid yells of "Death to the Plug Uglies," he illustrated with bis sword how they should hew their way, and said though he should be the first slain, he had but one thing to ask.'itnd that is each of his followers should secure his man end avenge bis tlocd. -That they would do this he again called on tuera to swear, marching around the hall, holding up the flag and the sword, and ac companied by two officer, the one on his right having a banner inscribed: THE UNION BATTALION OF ZOUAVES. DEATH TO SECESSIONISTS. The other officer on the left holding up, in both hands, a bowie knife and revolver. Wilson shouted to them to swear, and they responded with shouts of "blood," "blood," blood." "We swear, Ac." The band then struck np with die "Star Spangled Banner" which they all sang in chorus, as well as also "Dixie's Land," al tered to rend with a few alterations: "1 wish I was id Baltimore; ' ' . A wny , avray ." &e. The main headquarters of Col. Wilson's regiment is al Tammany, but there are others at 681 Broadway nnd one or two other places, including s force which yes terday approached three thousand enrolled.. The men are the most determined set of men we ever saw. The officeis, however, havo been neaily al! professional soldiers either in Mexico, Nicaraugua or elsewhere. The drill appears to be the most promiscu ous imaginable, nud dangerous too." ' Fort Pickens. The Mi'bilo correspondent of the Mem phis Avalanche, under date of 22d, sajs: Tlio force of the " Confederate Army al Fori Pickens has now reached its complete strength; and it is nol deemed proper to concentrate at that point anj mora soldiers. It is not believed that the action will be gin for a week or ten days vet, unless pre cipitated by some hostile demonstrations upon the part of Lincoln, when there will open upou his garrison at Pickens, a tiro nol behind that which subdued the tnighiy Sumter. It is lrue the return will be more efficient, and a land diversion may be at tempted to divide our engagement, but we are prepared for all that, aud will give them a bloody tittle of it. I use ihe plural we, because I feel that we of Memphis nay, of all Tennessee are of the cause of the South at Pickens. 3TA gentleman direct from N". Orleans which cily he left on Tuesday evening 23d, says, that business is at a sland still, vol unteering is going on rapidly, and nothing i; talked of but the war. The people disbe lieve tho dispatches as to the unity, of seiuiinetil iri the free Slates. There was great rejoicing over the resignation of Scott and when the news was contradicted, the contradiction was pronounced a lie. ! 1 Through Ten'nessee the great excitement is relative to arms. . They are sending in all directions for arms and meet with poor success. The anxiety in Tenaesseo is pit iable, for the ignorance is lamentable, the people beliving that a Northern army is about to march down upon them. Jeff. Davis, accordiug to best accounts was still at Montgomery. 11 is supposed all turougb Ibe boulu that a Southern army will march on Washing ton ; that the border free Slates will join against the Fedeal Government, and that the victory will be easy. w r; ' . John Brown's Whereabouts. Younostown, O. April 28. 1861. Eds. Herald : I have just learned from a canal boat Captaiii who reached this place last evening, tuatvoun Brown Jr. is encamped on Beaver river, about midway between New Castle, Pa. and the Ohio river, with four hundred negroes, principal; ly from Canada, whom be is practising in mililary drill. - The Captain of whom I speak brought a large amouut of floor and oiber provisions irom Jrittsburgb for tbe camp, lie did not learn Ibe particular ob ject of the gathering, but presumes it has some relation to a visit to Virginia prob ably Harpers rerry when tbe proper time arrives. The camp is not more than a day's march from the Virginia line-. The captain further states that 1500 additional negroes are expected to reach tbe camp in a few days.' They were well provisioned and subblied frenarally. . , . - Another canal boat has since arrived, whose captain confirms the report of seeing a large bodv of negroes encamped, on the "seven mile slack-water," commanded by a white man whom report .aaid.- was John Crown,-Jr. ' D. J. We get the above from an entirely relia- blesource. Some of the citizens of Youngs- town saw the sbippifig b(Rs 6f , provisions" sent froth PKtsbuTgh to Brown's Camp. Brown's position cannot remain secret, but up to Saturday nothing had been publish- ea oDoirt n at rittsburgn. u- " --- D. J. Special Notices. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. C. Z. & C. R. R. Trains leave JUillenbov: . Express........ ..'.......:... G:1S A. V. Accommodation .4.-. . ..It: 45A. II. , Arrive at Mfflersburg: " AeomtBadatioB.. .... 4SA P. M, xpren... PITTSBURG, FT. WANE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. Leave Orrville, GOING WEST. Fast Express CJ0 A. II. Mail t .2:25 P.X .....6:19 GOING EAST. ....- Fast Express 3:31 P.M. Express 9 - A GREAT SPECIFIC Wiba' Fill, are not only a ctlrbnted (pecinc for Dytpepsu ) HeattwKe. Mt fcr vrrin$ Uie mmw of admtussenog incn, wir acwoa majr lie w diMni&ed aa to trader thm I 'ill cMfal ia KraraiKia,CaatiTaaeM,Colie,nnrTi Aripetitc.Nauam, niarrbaea. DTFaatarr. Rbeaaiatwai. Plenrisr. loauema. Catarib, Fever and Ague, and maar Athe diseased. See -tiaide la ueuta, to be bad grat 01 acenis, 01 ine proprietors. . .. , u. L.fAH.NtsnilA t uo. ... - - aa. on HDoe ai. nHnnif a. Sold by H. YEBGIX and J. K. RA1F Milletsbarc, Ohio. HUMPHREY'S lUtlf It (Jomcopatlju Ucmcbics HATE naer been betoTa lb public for Sre yean, and hare ever wnera worn rol'irn opinions from tbe anan tboaaaads who bare aaed tbem. Sinple, free from iatricaer, ieebnieaHtr, or danjrer. tbej oara beeoms tbe reatfOTce and aid ol tbe parent, traveler. Bane, or iaralid, and bare become the family ihrnoan and aiethcal adruert of tbonsanda of raanhea. kovberaaaro mr oeea tried witboat narvae oeea appro red, and tbeir highest appreciatiaa ts aroonrhos vbo Dare anow-a tnem longest, and most tntimateiy. N. B. A fuU set of HamDhrev's Homeopathic Speci- fica, with Book of Directions, aad twenty different rem edies, in large vials, morocco case, $5; ditto, in plain case, ti care of fifteen boxes, aad Book, $2. Single boxes, 26 cents and50eenta. Tbere Remedies, br tbe einrle box or ease, are sent by snail or express, free of charge to any address, oa receipt of tbe price. Address 4-. wr. ninruKMSe: u. " ' Xo. 562 Broadwar, New-York. Sold by U. TEBQIN. llUlrrsbarr, Ohio. March 22.1880-31 Catarrh! Catarrh! Catarrh! - What it it. f Hou Cured. - Thousands of persons suffer at! sort of amMiranccs from Catarrh. Most people know what its inconvenience and results are. but few know how it can be cared. It is simper a chronic irritation, and often enlargement of follicles, and conaeqaent thickening of the mncona membrane, li mng toe nasal cavities, frontal ainose.aad m roe time extending into tbe throat and lung. From this tightness and often Tertigo of the head, obstructed nose, or a profaae Sow of mums, loss of strAlt, nasal voice, and often impaired bearing and taste. The old-school rewritten hare never been able to do anything for it. Nasal injections and inhalation areas painful and expensive as tbey generally arc worthless. Vet Hcnt-HitxT'a Catxkrii Specific, a simple Sugar Pill, taken two or three times per dar. nromntlr cures the milder cases; curesat once all cold in the head, and radically enrca, by persevering use. the mont obstinate cam, as ia proved by the experience of hundreds. fnce.ott cents per box. witb uiretious. Srnt br mail or exprrsf, free of charge, on receipt of tbe price. AJdrca U it. r. ncxruMia a No. 562 Broadway, New York. See advertisement in another column. 26. Home 'Testimony. RxEPSBtnto, Warne CO., O.. July 27, 1R5. Da. C. W. Roback Dear Sin I have been aillictcd for about eighteen rears, with Rheumatirm in my left thigh and hip, and in'that ti-ne have tried a great many rem edies and at considerable expense, without much relief. A abort time since, I was induced by your agent in this place, J. W. Orioule, to try your Scandinavian Blood Pills and Blood Pnritier, and am happy to say that 1 ob tained more relief from them than from any other med icine I ever used. I believe that the enntiued nsa of your mediciue would entirely cure me. Youra, &c. D. C. MARTIN. See advertisement In another column. Marriage Notices. MARRIED On tlie 18th nit., by Ker. J. D. WHrrnoM, Mr. A. B. FLEMMIXQ and Miss ANNA M. BETS, all of Holmes county. OBITUARY NOTICES. DIED Of dipbllierUt, April 26th, FbaXCks LiLLiasi . daughter of James and Cecela Farra, in the 7th year of her age. " Little Lilliam was a remarkably sweet and in'.errrsting child, kind and affect un.itc to her parents and friends at home, and a universal fa vorite with her mates at school. And though cut down tvy tlie relentless hand of death so young she will not soon be forgotten by Ihone who knew her. While her fend parents, are made to mourn the loss of ber ia this life", they are comforted with ihe language of ihe-Sarior: "Suffer Utile children to com) onto me. and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of God. - -Ol old age, on the 24th inst..at the resi deneeof Ezba Ceiwfoid, Jr.. in Prairie town ship, Holmes county, O. Sabah Siddali, aged 82 years. The deceased was formerly of Co. lumliirma eo., and her body, by her request, was taken back and inlered in the Friends bu rying ground, Bear Salem. "' Farewell dear mother, tlion art gone, Thy suffei ings here on earth are done. Thy four Bcore years have rolled around. The joys of heaven thou hast found. No more the smiles that used to cheer, . " No more the voice we loved to hear. Who strove to leach us ia God's way, r w nea we were young in cany any. It is forty years since our father died, " For six children she did provide. The youngest bow is forty-five. ; Is aot this strange, we are all alive. How swift the time is passing by, . Brothers and sisters we must die; Let ns improve the time that's given, That we may meet our par.-nts in heaven. S. H. Jjpjfew Lisbon papers please copy. S. H. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, May 2, 1861. Flonr 5,50f6,00 Clovorseed $3,50 Buckwheat flour.$10 Flaxseed $1,00 Kveflour cwt. $1U Timoydo S$lo'uu W'heat aOidl.10 Green Apples..... .50 Corn 30 Dried Apples 75 Oats 20 Dried Peaches... $1,75 Rye ....i'. i.. .45 Smoked Hams J. 8 Barlev.. 40 Smoked Shoulders... 8 Butter 12tC Smoked Sides 7 Eggs 12 DressdPork 4,505,00 Lard ..............8 -Jr FRESH CAUGHT , WHITE FISH! PIckERiELi l It r. X Gr , . MACKEREL, In ifltole, Half, and Qnarter Bbls. WHITE LIME, ' ' ' - ' I.'-' ' ! - - it eraar -fc AKRON STONE WARE - : i o. V SALT BY THE BARREL, c, As Cheap as the Cheapest. AT VE1T03Nr. New Advertisements. EXTRAORDINARY! , To Cash Buyers. , . . ' 'J i - ur i-'- i i v-jv ?'' Propitions Time for FttAtse. PACKAGES ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. J. 0HEBRY1IOLEMS INVITES the attention of deae.bnyera from aH purls of tbe Cmmtry to bis Large and Well Selected Assortment of Housekeenin? and ireaeral Fam ily articles, which are offered at PANIC i KICE3. The Stock consists in part of Packages of l)tiriestk: Goods, Sbeelisgs and Shirtings. Domestic Goods. Tictincrs and Checks. Domestic Goods, Flannel nnd Diaper. ' Domestic Goods, Carpet fc Coverlid Yarn. Domestic Goods, Batting and Towelling. Domestic Goods, Seamless &asrs drc tc. ALSO Staple Dry Goods, Merrimac and other Staple Dry Goods, Prints, . Staple Dry Goods, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4 Toi Staple Dry Goods, '1 Jet Quilts. Staple Dry Goods, Ripka's-Caftonands-Staple Dry Goods, Nankeens, J.icquered Staple Dry Goods, Diaper Staple Dry Goods, Denims fend Curtain Staple Dry Goods, Materials. Staple Dry Goods, Stripes, Setin,Jean tc. ALSO Dress Goods, Gro-de Rhine Black Silk. Dress Goods, Taffeta Silks. Dress Goods, Fancy Dress Silks and Fou- Dress Goods,- lards. Dress Goods, Rih Embro'd Grey Goods, Dress Goods, (New) Dress Goods, Rich Priot'd Challi and De Dress Goods, Laines. Dress Goods, Ortjandie.Lawr.Gineb'ra See. ALSO White Goods, Richardson's Irish Linens. While Goods, Brilliant&Birds Eye Lin'n. White Goods, Sup. 7-4 and 8-4 Linen Ta- White Goods, Lie Damask. White Goods, Damask Cioths & Napkins. White Goods, Swiss Mull & Book Muslin. White Goods, Curtain Muslin Dimitv etc. ALSO Embroideries. Rich and French Setts. Embroideries, Real Lace Collars. Embroideries, Real Lace Edgings, Cam Embroideries, . brie Collars. Embroideries. Swiss Cellars and Bands. Embroideries, Style Linen Setts.- mbroidenes, Umbd ildk s (Jutts, dec. ALSO Men and Boys' Wear, Sup. French fc Ger-, Men and Boys' Wear, man Cloths. Men nnd Boys' Wear, Doeskin Cassiruere. Lien nnd Boys' Wear, Rich Testings and Men and Boys' Wear, Velvet. Men and Boys' Wear, Jeans, Satinets and Men nnd Boys' Wear, Tweeds. Men and Boys' Wear, Pant Linen Si Cash Men nnd Boys' Wear, Plow Loom and An Men and Boys' Wear, vil Cnssimere tc. ALSO Gloves and Hosiery. Boots and Shoes. Gloves and Hosiery. Mens' Kip Boots. Gloves and Hosiery. Boots and Shoes. Gloves and Hosiery. Womens Bootees,75c Gloves and Hosiery. ' per pair. Gloves and Hosiery. Boots and Shoes. Gloves and Hosiery. Cbildr'ns Shoes 18fc Gloves and Hosiery. per pair. ' . ALSO Shaker Hoods. Mens' Hats. Shaker Hoods. Palm Leaf Hatg. Shaker Hoods. Mens Silk Hats. Shaker Hoods. Mens' Soft, Hats. Shaker Hoods. Boys' Hats, (all kinds-) Shaker Hoods. Childrens' Hats. ALSO Carpets and Oil Cloths, CrossIey'sTaps'y, Carpets and Oil Cloths, Smith's pat.Ing'n. Carpets and Oil Cloths, Lowell and Eng Carpets and Oil Cloths, lish Three-ply. Carpets and Oil Cloths, Thoinpsonv'le Su Carpets and Oil Colths, per-Superior. Carpets and Oil Cloths, Hemp it Collage Carpets and Oil Cloths, Carpets. Carpets and Oil Cloths, 44, 6-4 and 8-4 Carpejs nnd Oil Cloths, Floor Oil Cloths. . ALSO ... :;; . Crockery and Glassware. Looking Glasses. Crockery aud Clnssware. Looking Glasses. Crockery and Glassware. Looking Glasses. ALSO ' ' Groceries, Rio, Java and Mocha Coffee, Groceries, Oolong & Eng. Breakfast Tea. Groceries, Refined Sugars. Groceries, Spice, Molasses, Syrup, ike ALSO Remnant Prints, 10,000 yds. of Remnant Remnant Prints, Prints from tbe Print Remnant Prints, Works, vert cheap, Remnant Prints, 0 to 8, worth 10 to 12 ALSO Table Cutlery, , Tubs and Pails, , Table and Tea Spoons, Carpet Bags, t Umbrellas. J.CIIEttRYnOLHES. ! Millersburg, April 1861. : N.B. To Cash Buyers Great Induce ments Will be Offered. Our aim is to se en re a Prompt Paying trade. J Produce boughtf Ever article wilT W as repre sented. -Moner : 1 ' parr A. AaBuiactaren aa I ; r . ' :: Keep constantly on hsnd a large assortment of COMMON AND DRESSING BUREAUS,- Parlor, Dininir. and rireakfast Tables, 'I . - ' - Bedsteads of ali kinds - - ' Toilet, Work and Wash titaads, - i ... - Cribs, Sofas, Tete-a-Tctes . ; ; T - Js ... Ottomas, Rocking Chairs. tc. All of which will be sold" oa On most Reasonable Terms tap-They also mauufcicture O 3 "F1 JF I 3ST S U atyles. and attend to funerals iirurnijuy, wuo me oesi Uarch 14,1861. 30 -'& : ting,.. : : " " deafen tn an kinds of ' LicAtvits. la the county. r . ' - JfAltUA A lUUfiO, , AND - -: MAT le cxTetfrd u mrm wnftther approaiAct, and and xlby person thould PROTECT THEIR HOUSES, Barnea, and placet of bntlnraa, frtwn U danzari of ' " JLMXGrTtTlSrttSrGrl And wbj ihoold any. with t' eir (kunillcm, cadara tbs disagreeable feeling of DANGER DURING A STORMS wbaa It eotts 10 little to fael secsn with a good copper or iron Lightning rod. GOOD HOUSE SPOUTING- is alto an excellent conductor of t. Wh tnini?, as wetlaa of the water that is damaging th- fonndations an 1 paint of j oar building, and which should be coadnca I to a cistern or awar from the building. I am prepared to do alt men work as Cheap as the Cheapest. So come in time to tlv aliilersnarg Store Emporium. Sign of tLe Big Coffee Vox. ortAi, m. imnvr. March 21, '131 Map of Holmes County. THIS work is now completed anil ready for deliver)-, and will be distributed as last as time and circumstances will permit. The pre sent unfortunate State of political affairs bos ve ry seriously effected our business, locally, and impaired many of our usual resources, thereby plunging us into heavy pecuniary embarrass ment for the time beinsr. We are. therefore. eomDelled. verv respectfully, to urge our sub scribers to be punctual in payment, and earn estly hope that all our patrons will use prompt endeavors to be prepared when the maps are presented, thereby lending a Helping nana in time of pressing need. H. ii. rersonii (suuscriDcrs or otnerwise; can supply themselves with copies at any time by application at the Auditor's office. A. a. .iamh, Agent, for H. F. Wallino, Publisher. Millersburg. O., April 30. 1861. OIL! OIL!! OIL!!! H AYIXG had considerable experience In the oil bu siness, prrsonallr. we ai preparea to make autne T n O T, s necessary for boring wells, and pumping oil. and our .Portable as well as stationary are decidedly ahead in regard to power, or fuel used to obtain the power. WE DEFY COMPETITION either in Pttvle of Engines or orice. We make engines from to lUO horse power, for which motive power is re quired. CHAPMAN, BARRETT it C'X osier, Marco jo 1001. mu j A Grand Mass Meeting! OF THE PEOPL.E, Tote held in Millcnhnrg, arervdayand wrcniDf, Sun day Kcepteo.j A.T THE "Young America" Clothing Store! B. COHN, and other able speakers, will scldress the asremblage of Customer and convince them that bis large and com plete stock of MAUti Spring and Summer Trade, IsTrttter and cheaper than can elsewhere be parehased. He has just received his IVEWGOODS! pnrchaied at cheap prlcei In the aartaro citlra, wber ia Kinj,' and will therefore be enabled ta eell the people hit choice selections of ready-made Clotbiog, Hata, Caps, Shirte, Crarata, Collara, Glorea, Socka, Trnnka, Valiaea and trareling Bnga, at lower egnrea, be LeUerca, than any other establishment in tbia or ear roanding errantry. Come and examine my stock before porcbaalng elae where. - LOOK TO YOUlf INTEREST! Ton canaot help but aare money by buying your Cloth ing at tbe pricee 1 am able to erttlKm. QTN'o trouble to ehow (food a. Jf -COrtX'S Vonng America Clothing Store, at tbe old taud, on tbe Curner. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER on tbe ahorteat poasible notice. P1U warranted 'no flt, no take. . B. COHN. April 11, 1861 34 SUGAR CANE SEED! A Fresh lot received by BRA Y, the Tinner, which was raised In a warm Claimate. - Sign of the Big Coffee Pot April 11, 185134 v " ' PARC'S PRICKIiY PliASTERS They Impart Strength; they Annihilate Pain. THESE DELIGHTFUL PLASTERS yield readily to the motion of the motion of the body, absorb perspiration and throw off ftH olTensiTe coagulated imparities of tbe system. They uoaJd be used for all Chronic Pains, Faifitoesi Dyspepsia, Colds, Consnmpton, Rheu matism, Female Weakness, et.v Tbey retain their active properties when Park's raTK.xr Porua Prickly Plasters ARE SOI.U q l j oiuer i latiwni are nseiesK, ana stacrs D7 &11 f applied pm cmmH exist. Every fUml- BKAtaH FROM 1 TO thice sisea on leather. Samples sent by maiL on receipt ol 35 cents. D. B. BARNS, -13 1 13 Park Row. N.T. 2 J Dimes reh. St 1861-27 Administrator's Notlte. NOTICK is bercby given tbnttheoDilersiga cd haa been appointed and qualified. as Admiaistretor of tbe estate of John Glick, dee'd, lale of llolmes eonnly, O.- : h J.I.SPENCER. April 9, 186134 , , , , - . 4. . v - GARDEN SEEDS, . AT THE Book and Variety 3tore. ' tr'" 8oed are ell freih and new. r Administrator'-Notice. Nonca is hereby given that the nndersigned lfas' been apbointed anl oo-lMHed as ad miBislrator of the estnto of Jacob ltichards,dce d late of Homes count j, Ohio. ' ' 8. S. MoPHERSOIT. : April 17th. 1861. 35. - - ' CLOTHE PINS, A VARIETY OF STYLES & PRICES. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE- Blood Pills and Blood Parifier. , DR. ROBACK'S Scandinavian Remedies. WHEN Dr. Roback, the celebrated Swedish Fbyirf cian. introdeccd his Blvod PnriHer and Brood Pitts in the United States, he set forth in plain language their carmtive properties. ' 'litis wan years ago. Tlie task ol reconunendins; ihem has since been taken out of Jus hand. Enlightenen men wboaecunrcterforsonndjudgmentand philosophy gives theiropiniona weight tn the couuMinity, men who observe, reflect, and make "assurance doubly soe-.H before they deetdearererywlrere afrprorina; and arming the ae of these wonderful i'renarationsa, All who condde in the wisdom and honesty of this class, or who chose to investigate lor themaelree are now ol mimd on thisimportant subject. Th wTifU.no1n th nnMMltloB of Pr. RobaCK, Which s at aU times acesiw.oto the pubiic, eatahiishes the loilowtng .. , ,. - Facts t That the BLOOD PCIUFIEIt and BLOOD PILLS bar been proved by analyjds te - . . - Coutaiu no IViuerai; That they cure the almost universal complaint, Dyspepsia . wit'i nerrfa cert !, and in a Terr short time. That alter au otner meuicinee bava proveu aseiess. taey reiiere Mlver Comprint. - and restore the health and strength of the sufferer. That Sick Females who hare languished for yenrs in bHpIera weakness and despondency, recuperate with great rapidity under their inviirorattng operation. That all sex ml difalillittes are removed by their cordial and gentle stimulating proper ties. That they recrn is- . - j Shattered CoiisUtulioiis, t t however they may have been trilled with and abased; that their direct tendency is to lengthen life and render it en ter able. That oDeratiii direct It upon the point f dia- ccsm in tkt bUfd, thy ?. Canse Soou to Heal, ' and dischars; from the system,' ctry t int of Scrofula, whether hereditary or otheraisc. That they Recruit tlie Debilitated, and that there is no disease of tbe Stomach and Bowels, the liver, the nervous system, the skin. tue g lan da or muscles, .... - Arising from Tmpar.ti or Obstruct! oca of me niooa or secreiraris tn which they do not give promp relief, and (if 'ad ministered before the very citadel of h has been in vaded,) eUecta planless and perfect cure. oearinmina max tne canainavian vcgeta&ie 1:100a Pills are endorsed bv the experience of thousands of liv ing witnesses, who in letters, affidavits, medical W3rds. and by word of mouth, proclaim them to be the very best preparation of the kind ever offered to the broken down victims of ill health. They hunt disease throutrh every avenue and organ of tbeaystem.and to expel itthorough- 1 unit pernuuieniiy. - . - No one can doubt their superiority after one sinzle trial they are nrt only better hut, in fact, cheaper than ony othdr Pills, for it takes a less a umber of them to pro duce a better effect. Price of the Scandinavian TeffetaMir Blood Purifier. $1 per bottle, or $6 per half doxen. Ol the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills, 25 cents per box, or 5 boxes for $1. Kead Dr. RobacVt Special notices and Certificates pub lished in a conspicuous port of tuia Paper frfm time to tune. i ' . 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 bis Agents V.rongbont toe coamry. -In ditHcnltaud complicated case. Dr. Roback mav be consulted personally or ey letter enclosing ant stanp for we reply. " A NEW ARTICLE Dr. Roback's Stomach Bitters. A new and delightful Stomachic or Cordial, for giving tone to tne oiomacn, and tne prevention or bilious com plaints tocident to tne w estern country. Try tt. As a morning drink, to assist digestion and relieve Dyspepsia, it has no equaL Try it. in flavor tt is scrxRioa to ail otner Hitters. Try it. The formula of these Bitters, now (18dl) the sola pro perty of Dr. Roback, orrigiiiatowitb one of the oldest and moftt eminent Med leal Practitioeera of the West, and it Is directly predicated upon the wants of Was tern people. The bitters derive their stimulus from the powerful tonic nature of the roots and herbs ot which they are composed, and aa they are, by allaying nnnatnral crav ings of tho stomach, directly romotiro ot TEMPERANCE, the present proprietor believes that is making them widely known tbe public welfare It snlteerved. It will soon be for sal by all ot Dr. Roback's numer ous Agents, and at Hotels, &c, the country over. In the meantime, orders will be filled d irect from Cincinna ti in any quantity, ana at me lowes. raxes. i is pw np in quart bottles, and securely packed in on dosen cases. Half doz. sample cases, will, however, he packed and sent to any aaaress, ii aetirea. Retail Price, $1 per bottle, or six for $5. Priori Dal of rite end salesroom. No. 0 Etst Fourth street &I building from Uain street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Labor etorv. No. 3J Hammond street. bVas Mnlet ia Holmes eountr br H. Tcrtrln. Millers burg; J.Rudy, Berlin; jfas. Hanna, Holmesviie; G.Ger ber, Wineshurg; H. Pnmerene, Middletown; J. C. Long shore, Kashville; H. Be idler, Lakeville; Joa Platy. Sal tillo; 6. W.Conyer, Oxford; Aaron Kebn, Carlisle; and by Druggists and kl arc bants generally th toughen t th UUIVU. AprU 11. 1801 34 PURIFY THE BLOOD. r $ 'f- r ' MOFFAT'S v-y -i VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS! PhoBnix Bitters. TUE high and earied celebrity which, theaa pra-amt-nent Uedicioea. have acquired for their iuraltxahl erheacT in all tha PlMaaea which luejr proleaa to cara, haa rendered the nana practice of pulling aot onlj on luoriaarT, bat onwarthr of them - - :, - a ,. i ,lnallVu .. A . of Aathna, Acnta and Chronic Rheamatlim, Alcclioru of the Bladder and Kidarra. MUlioui Inert md Liter ComplainU. lathe South and West where theaa diaeaara prevail, thrj will he foood invaluable, f lautera. fanuera and others, who once use these lirdlcuias, will never after ward, be withoat tbenu Eiiliout Colic, Straw, Lootcnett, Bile. VbUite not, Coldt and C'oujAi, folic, Corrupt Humor, Droptia. DrerEniA. No ptnaa with tbia diatreaslna diaraa., ahonlddeky a.n, ken Medifloes iaimediaiciy. Eroptloaa of tha Skin, rvilielaa. - r'rvie axd Asri. For this acoarp of 'he Wester, country, three Ileal, fence will be found a rafr, apeedr, and certain reinedr. other mcdiclnta leav. th. .vsteni aabject to a return of the disease; a cure b these meat: cJnei is aenoanent. ,i . j-,s if Try them. Be sattsnedaad be enred.' ForxxitaaorCoaMjaioa General Debility, Ovid. GuHmch, Gntel. ---Headache of every tndj Inward ferer iunamatorr Rheumatism, Impure Blood. Jaundice, Loss of Appetite. MuniraAL liiaaasaa Never fails to cradicate-entire lv all the effects of Merrnrr, inhnitely aooovr than the most powerful preparation of aarsaparil la. Ji'ight SxeoU, Aervouo ComplainU of all HmU. . Organic JifeHioit. riLaa The orignal pr"piuHor or these Jledicien. was cured of Piles of 3b Tears' br the ne of these I I (c Med icines alone. - PAINS lathi KraJ, 8iJe. Bark, Joints and Oarans. ltUKCXATISM. Thoso alTorted with this terrible dis ease, wil be sure of relief br the Life Medicines. Rush ol Blood to the Head, Scarry, Salt ilhenm, SwrlllBrs. Scrofula, or King.' IrU ia Ita wont forma, I" lean of every description. Works of kinds are eaeetually expelled by thes Med Idne. Parents will do well to administer them whenev er their eaiatenoa is expected, stelief wrU be certain. . The Life Fills & Phoenix Bitters . : PURIFY f HE BLOOD. .. r Aai tha semov.aU disease from tbe system.' J - Prepared and sold hf -"! ; ' ' DR. WILLIAM B. MOFFAT- S3a Broadway, corner of Anthony Streat Ifew torh. . - . For tart by all 1'ru.ista. f . , ry ed HEIU WHIT THE PEOPLE SAT. Te ontlernvned MvTnc eaed Professor IICMPl!ltKY3L PKCtPlC HOMEOPATHIC RKMKDU la out. falsifies ith U asost atturactury results, and having fall confl ten in Uitir twuokwnam purity, and efficacy, cheerfully -ecotnmeuU the:u te aU persons who wish to aav safe, re htl!e, ami eihcckMij remediea at hand for prirale er de "tiMtte swe. - - The Rev. Wm. iroamer, etllter of Th Nortbeni Ind- en.tent,' Aubarn, N. Y.; the Rev. & H. Cressey, D.D., K-rctor of St. Puwr's Church, Auburn, N. T. ; the Rf r. K Ive Ctispbtm of the Aubnrn State Prison: the Rev. twicer M. Rit-e, Rector, Kew-Bedmrd, Mass. ; th Rev. .ih-u eeie, iev-kurit Uanrereao ; tb Ker. Samuel w.--h K Ka!t-Genesee Cfercuce. N. t. : the Rev. P. Pnuk D jrset, Vt. ; the Rev. John E. Robie, Buffalo ; A, CL ut, irfq., Lnca, i. r ; the nan. eaJ Uow, Foruaatf. M . U.e II w. S jmiyler Colfax, Southland, Too. ; the Hob. Mrxe HtiTiiphreyn, N. V. ; Henry IX,Gook, Kse., rMitor f ie O iie ?t-te Jonma!, Columbus, Ohio; the Hon. R. H. jrana e, ai utv. in. : tne lion. T'lomas J. Chase, aioatt- l-n Pla. : the Hon. Josenh Bene net. Ctica. !t. T. : Vs. il.-i- Km.. Clica. N. Y: AY. & Pond. En.. Ullea. tt. T. James PluakeU, E KaahvUle, Tcno. . . .j UBT OF SPECIFIC REMEDISS. S . I. r.r Fever, Cwisestlon, aad InOaraaiatlea. H-.t. fl Fr Worm VnWmr. XVnrm navlLo tVlIra lka aaS No. a. fr CuUc, trying, Teething, and Wakafolnea liifaMU. X. 4. For IHmrrliite. fnlrri Tir.nM anJ C- kh plaints. So. .-. r.r coHi, Gnjainss, Brsentery, or Bloody Flux. No. Por Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Vomiting. N. 7. For Coughs, CohH, Influenza, and Sore Throat. No. 9. For IWkHwIie, Faceche, and Neuralxjfa. N. 1 Far Headache, Vertigo Heat aad FaHness of tna fleaX- No. K. Dvsrarsiji Pi!.rs Yor Tfeac and Deranred Stniaach, C-iawH-atloo, and Uver Complaint. n-x li. fob rzvxLm laaaacauarriKS. acaatv. ratiuuL er jlupprewed Periods. w-. ii ror ieuermea, rroroso Menses, ana Bearinc Down Fematee. No. 13. For Cmup, Hoarse Coagh, Bad Breathing. N'e. 14. Ruava Piuls For Kryau-cijB. Rrmidene Pimples en the Face. no. iA--HTeiAnc raiA For ram. Lameness, or Bor aeea In th Chest. Kick, Loins, or Lambs. A. For Fever and Ague. Chill Fever. Dumb Ague Ofi XMraanaget A?vm. - f . r r Piles, Blind or Heeding, Internal or Rxternal. IY For ft.ire. Weak, or Inflamed Eves and Evelida : FattV lug. Weak, or Blurred Sight- . . -for C-.tarrh, of long standing or recent, either wttU -ktructio r prvfuje discliarge. . c r"ur vvhoopius Congh. abating Its violence ana tiorti-ulug Ui course. in all acute wiiseases. such as Fevers, rriuammaUoniL Jtarrhea. Dyf -rrterr. Cmurt, RheamaXtea. afad such erup tive disease m Scarlet Fever, Measles, and Erysipelas, th advantage of giving the proper remedies promptly la o viutiav. mod In all such cases the eneelUce act like a charm. Tlie entire disease is often arrested at once, and In aU eases tbe violence of the attack la moderated, the disease abare et-ed, and rendered less dangerous. UoulI.s and troiits, whicn are oi suen irenoeni occurrence. and vliich so ofteu lay Ute foundation of diseased lanma bronchitis al consumption, may ail be at ouce cured by the Fever aud Cough Pit. In all chronic diseases, such as P woeuala. Weak StomacHw Constipation, Liver Complaint, Piles, Female Debility, and irrerraiariues. old iteaoaclies. Sore or Weak Eves. Ctatarrft. S ilt Rlieum, and other old eruptions, tit case has specifics wnuee prwper appncauosi wiu anora a care m utmost every iitstauce. Uften the cure of a single chronic difficulty, oi as Uys.ieiiahv Piles er Catarrh, Headache or Female Weaa l lias more than naid tor to cast ten tames over. - - ' ; PRICR. ' . . Case of SO vials complete, hi morecco, aad Bopk. ....... $f Cnse of 0 vials, and Book, plain.. 4 Case of 15 numbered boxes, and Book....m.M.....H 41 Case of 6 boxes, nambered, and Book... ...,.....i. a Single mimbered boxes, with dj recti onSL 35 eeata. Simple lettered boxes, vltuilireotions... .50 eeata, ltrgv case of 3 oa. vials, for planters and phvslcinnsH..$'li ALSO SPECIFICS. FMt AsnuiA oa Phthisic. Oppressed; Dificutt, Labored Breathing, attended with Cough and Rxpectontloa. Price, 50 cents per box. Foa kUa Discharges ad Deafxess. Discharges from th Kar, the result of Scarlet Fever, Measles, or Mercurials; For Noises In the Head, Hardness of Hearing, and Ringing in the Kara, and Kar-ache Price, 50 cents per box. Fun ScaoFCU. Enlarged Clauds, Knlarged and Indurat ed Tonsils, St el lines and Old L leers, Scrofulous Cachexy of ChilJren. Price, M cents per box. .. . . Kwa GK.tui.tL Dkbilitt. Physical or Nervous Weakness. Eitlier the result of Sickness. Excessive MotMtion. or Ra hausting Discharges. Price, SO cents per box. roa imirsr. r luin Accmnuiauons, Tumid awenincs. WlBr. Scanty Secretions. Price, 50 cents per box. ma stu-stcxKcss. ueathiy mcknesa, verugo, Kansea, Tonthtng. Sickness from riding or motion. Pried- 40 cents per box. " For i sis Aav Di3K.tsts. For urareL Renal Ca.cnH, Diffl- cuH, Painful Urination, Diseases of tte hUdneys. Price, 50 :ents per box. Foa S-mikal KatMioss. nvohmtary Disuhai rsa and! Consequent Prostration and Debility, Bad Results of EvU Halits. The most successful and emeienSjremedy known, and mar be relied upon aa a cure. Price, with full diras lions, sl per box. - Persons a ho wisli to place themselves under the profefr dunal enre, or tn seek advice of Prof. Hcmtiuucts, can do to, si U- uilice &C2 Broadway, dai!y from 6 A.M. to S P.M. o4y letter. OUR REMEDIES BT NAIL. Look, over the Est ; make up a case ef what kind yosj eaoose. and Inclose the amount in a current note or stamps by mail to our address, at No. 53 Broadway, New-Yort; and the medicine will be duly returned by mail or express, free of chanre. AGKXTS WAjm:D.-ATe desire an active, efficient Agent for the sale of our Remedies In every town or community -Jit Coked Stales. Address Dr. F. HUMPHREYS A Co. No. 562 Baoaowar, Kaw-rost "AGENTS H. TERGIN. Millersburg. . ' WM. BEKRROWER.Frerlericksbnre, A. GARDENER,-Alt. Holly, - - March IS, 1S80 30 . G. SKCUKIST'S HAIR, RESTORATIVE! . THE BEST PREPARATION KNOWS . - FOR THE HUMAN HAIR. . WILL restore white or gray hair to ita orig inal color. Will restore tho natural secretions. Will remove at once all itehinj;. . Will roroove all dandruff. , i . Will inako lh hair soft and gloasjr: ;. Will make th- old appear youag again. Will preserve their hair to old age. Will always mate, it, and stop ita Wlingjutd is oneof the Wst toilet articles in esc.' Bead-the folio-wing Certificate. Of Judge D. R. Tilden, who ia well fcaowa throughoot Northern Ohio. CiEintAXD, July 11. 1859. Memrs. Hilfer and Seconal: I .-hare bad a bottler of your Hair Sestorrtitc I obtained it to prsvent my hair from tilling off, not suppos ing that it would restore the color, my hair bo ing very pray, bnt to my very hseat surprise it has not "only prevented my hair from falling, bat baa restored it' to ila natural color. I bad an aversion to being gray, and had made nae ot Wood's, Mrs. Alleu's and otfcr Hair Dyes, bat without success. ' :,'"-.-. t ... -1 hare no hesitation in saying ihat this pre tparation of yon re ia for, vcryfar. stiperior to say ' thing of the Kind now ia the market... r - .. , .' Will you please send me a gallon of the Rc- stomlire by EzpresM, nnd the price, and I will send yoo the moaey br mail. Yonrs truly,' -. i-. ..,' - M LR. tilden: . Prepared by HELFER SECHRIST. Akron, 0.." For shle at the BOOK STORE, Millersburg, O. Now. 22. '6014 AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERYU '. Forthecuraof . COHSUPTIOH, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS tCOLfil THEMAKORA ARABIC A piacovmo mt A MISSIONARY : . - WHIRE TttAVELINQ IN ARABIA. I.L srho are anlrsrhif fraea OoaMaiprinB shoaM as. tha UAKOKA ABAB1CA. discover.! kv a wliii ia Arabia. All who are threatened with Coaswmntioa ahsatlel am the UAblOKA JtttAHICA, discsvexed by a oiisiiaaarjr ia AraMa. All who ate au Serine frosa Sore Tanas, twoxoa aaa Coh should nse the Makon Arabica, discoverea oy . ulestanary in Arabia. All who are sulfering from Asthma, Scrofula sad irr enri'tea ol th" Blnod .honld aie the Vakora Arabica, aisraverea oy a mwM-.j It cures t;ous'inipuuii. .... , ... McuresBron bits. . ' . . HcureeAathmatScrfUanaiiapnUeaef the Blood This unenualed remedy is now for tho Brat time iatro- domd to she eoaiie. . . It was proThienuallv discovered by .missionary whil. travel iDs; ia Arabia- He was cured of Coasumptioa by -ita ase alter bin-ease, wsa pronounced hopeleaa by leara ' phraiciana in Europe. He has iarward-4 to aa fat writing . fall account of hia.wneataaordinarvcaia.and of a namber of ether - cures which have come under his observation, and also nil accewat of the meak-ina. At hi. reonost, and impelled by . desire to extend a! knowtrdre of this remedy to the paMie, we have hail his eomaranicatio. printed i. pamphlet farm nr frew ' distribuUon. It interest is enhanced by an sjecoant which heriveaefMnneof tho scvaee of the Syrian mas sacres, which he obtained, (rem those who smieree ia that awful trseedy. . . This pamphlet may oa oxainea at our MKe, or U wtu be sent free by mail to all who apply far It. We Import the afAXORs. ARABICA direct from Smyr na throua-h the aease ot Cleo. k Ovliamn. aad wa aav. alwara on baud a full supply put up in bottles ready for us. with full directions. Price od. dollar per hotUa. Seat by mall, oa receipt ; prtce,and 94 cents for postage. I or sale waoieeaie ana retail or . LDCD'S CvILnOBE b COn ' ' lasnemwrs of lrraira and .-ntirtnea. . . e al Liberty SyT' AtSO, BT DRtTG0I5t8 GEN ALU Apilt,t1-4t ' '