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THE EARLY BLUE BIRD.
BY MRS L. H. SIGOURNY. 61m bird! on yon leafless tree. - Duet tboa carol thus to 'me, - - ; . ' "Spring is coming Spring ia here! Say 'at tboa ao my birdie dear? What is that is misty shrocd. 8 tailing from the darkened cloud? . Lo! the aaow flaW atlria(r Settles o'er the whitened ground; Yet tboa eingest. Milne and clr, "Spring ia coming Spnng brrel ' Strik at thon not too bold a atraiBt Winds are pifriag o'er the plain; Clouds are sweeping o er tha sky. With a black and threat sing eye; -Urchins by the frosen rill. Wrap their maollea closer atjll; . Tob poor mau, with doublet old, Doth he shirer with the eold? Hath he sot a aose of blue? -Tell me, birdling tell me true.: Spring's a maid of mirth sad glee, Rosy wreaths and revelry; Hast thou woed some winged Iots To a et ia verdant grove? ; '- 8uag to her of greenwood bower, . Sonny skies that never lower? ' Lured her with thy promise lair, - Prithee, bird ia coat of blue,- Though a lover tell her true. , Ask her if, when storms are long, -She can sing a cheerful song? 'When the rude winds rock the tree, . . If shell closer ding to theet Then the blasts that sweep the sky, Vnappealed, shall paa thee by; Tbo thy curtained chamber show Sittings of ontiaioly snow, -Warm and kind thy heart shall be ; Love shall make it Spring for thee. BY MRS L. H. SIGOURNY. A Call to the Ministry. Somebody is always telling stories about the "Hard Shell Baptists" Warn have . the ran on them, and they -may as well be content and bear it. Here follows a tale -. told of them not long since. . My infor mant locates it in the mountains of North Carolina, where the Hard shells are quite numerous and where they beljeve pretty strongly in dreams and voices. In the im portant matter of a call to the ministry, a dream or a voice is almost indispensa ble. . Now it came to pass that a man by the name of Walker felt considerably moved - to "hold forth," and kept "spreading the fleece," Gideon-like, to ascertain bis duty on the important premises. To assist him in his pious investigations, he called at the still bouse era evening lo gel some of the "good critter. After .efresment, the sto . ry runs, he left for home, and on the wav borne, he-felt "roped" logo into the grove it few'hundred yards from the road, "thar to wraslle on the subject. While he was "wrestling, most earnestly, scarcely out done by the patriarch, some one passed the road on a long eared animal, politely call ed a John Donkey, and John let ofi, as his race is wont to do sometime, in a most moving and thrilling manner. '' Walker's imagination, by' his earnest "wrastlin," was wrought to great intensity - and he converted Major John's discordant music, which, to most men, resembles the filing of a saw-mill saw, into a call from Heaven, urging him to preach the Gospel. No time was to be lost. ' He arose from his knees duly commissioned, went to his church, and demanded a license, when the pastor interrogated him thus: " ; Pastor jgo yon believe, Brother Walk er, that yon are called of God to preach, as was Aaron L .Walker Most sartinly I does. . "Pastor Give the Church, that is the brethren the proof. ; - -'; - " , Walker I was mightily diffikilkated, and I was determined to go into the woods avod wraslle it out. I Pastoi-That's it Brother Walker. Walker And while there wrastlin, Ja cob like, I hearn one of the curiuusest voi ces I ever hearn in all my born days. Pastor You are on the right track, Brother Walker. Go on with your nata tion. .' .' Walker I couldn't tell for wheth er it was up in the air or down in sky, it sounded so curious. " V - . - ' ' Pastor -Poor ereetarl how he was dif fikilted. Go on to Derate, Brother Walker How did it appear to sound to you! ' Walker Why this a way ; "Waw-waw- fcer waw-waw-fcer! Uo preach go preach go preach go-preach-ee, go preach-abr go-preach-ee go preach-ah-ee-uh-ah-ee. - Pastor Bruthering and sister, -that's the right sort of a calL Enough said, Brother Walker. That's none of your college calls nor monev calls. No rlnrtnr nf di VI nil W over got sich a call as that. ' Brother Walker must have license for sartin and for sure. . , . .- The license was granted, the story goes, and Walker is now doubtless making the mountains ring with his stenalorian lungs. Will Fort Sumter be Retaken! The special Washington correspondent ef the New York Time, writing on the join, nas reasoned Himself into the. convic tion that an attempt will not be made to retake the fatten fort, and argtfes the mal nperthus: . : The recapture of the Charleston , fort is regarded by military men as a task of her culean proportions. With Fort Moultrie, Sumter and Pinckney, and the batteries on the shore, with a bar at the month of the harbor, and with the malaria of tropical marshes, an attacking force will have to encounter obstacles which might challenge the most formidable military power. It is evidefft from the tone of the proclamation, that the President will refrain from taking advantage of the pecnliarsociul organization which exists in South Carolina. - It is probable that nnder these circum stances the Government will adopt, as it regards Fort Sumter, the policy of block- ading the entrance to the harbor, in place of besiegmghe fortresses. The effect of a blockade would be to destroy the commerce of Charleston, and at the same time pro tect the public revenue. The Secessionists would have no remedy against this policy They have no naval fleets or tailors, and no e i mi jutoub ui rcsisiauutj. consequence would be the transfer of the trade of the State to Wilmington, in North Carolina. The same policy of blokade should be ex tended to Savaunah, Mobile, New Orleans, Galveston and other points where it is practicable to import foreign goods: and its effect must be the speedy reduction of the seceded States. The whole external com merce of the Confederate Sutes, under such a system, would be destroyed, and they would be indebted to- the adjacent P? olhe loyal State, or to the navigation of the Upper Mississippi and Ohio for what ever tbey have hitherto received, either from Europe direct or from the North by coast ing vessels, la the meantime, the large be amply sufficient to retake and reinforce ihe forts and arsenals which are in any wav essentiaj to the control of ibeouilets to the seay rod to protect and defend the friends of the Union in the disaffected Staiet wben Yr they may call for ass is lance. . Excited Time in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Press, after narrating the occurrence of the day, when all suspect ed persoos iu that cily were called upon to declare their ben liments, closes the arti cle thus: THE SCENE AT NIGHT. If the occurrences of llie day were thus fearful, tbey became positively frightful at night, when the rain was failing, and the sky sombre with clouds. All . the flags were flauniiug in the dripping night, and the reports of fin-arms broke the stillness in every direction. The forms of men, per fectly visibly in the darkness, . were seen swaying hither and thither, missiles in their bands, and madness in . their . hearts. A more fearful time has never been known in the history of the city. To oppose the people would nave been as mad as futile. All roughness and all ra man ism seemed to be abroad hooting, yelling, racing, and riot ing. From far and near pistols and guns made loud or faint reports, and women and children - sat shivering' at their homes, un able to read the cause of toe outbreak, but shuddering in anticipation of its effects. The- town was filled with rumors that tbis and that place weie to be sacked, and this or that man dragged from his bed and murdered. The police force was powerless. The rapid evolutions ' of the' mob defied their pursuit, and the cily seemed given np to the sway of patriotic violence. - - By all the afternooo or evening lines, obnoxious people who bad earned the titles of traitors and spies, left the city tbey had profaned, and in one or two cases whole families sup posed to be in league with the enemies of the government, departed from the eity half dead with fear. 1 be people bad uttered, in (act, the long accumulating voice of in dignation, and the fearful lesson of Monday afternoon and night should teach the gen try who stirred them up to the violence and rage, that there is no enemy like a wronged and aroused populace. " - - Parson Brownlow True as Steel. The Enoxville Whiff is the only journal outside of St. Louis in the slave Slates which stands boldly and squarely np to the Government, - supporting the President without polish and without reservation. In his paper of the 16tb, Brownlow says : We have looked the matter full in the (ace, and we are atill on the side of the Government, We shall take sides with the Stars and Stripes, and in the bluster ing of Disunionists, we endorse the action of our Government. Insult after insnlt has been offered, without resentment on the part of our Government ; and worse than all, a deliberate purpose to march up on the Capital at Washino-lon, by the Reb els of the Southern Confederacy, has come lo light, and it m the duty of the Govern ment to defend it, until the Potomac runs with blood to its mouth ! ' This army call ed for is ready to defend the Capital in part at least. We are glad to see it, as much as we deprecate the shedding of blood. It dem onstrates the fact that we have a Govern ment, and we say let that act stand out be fore the world in bold relief, if it requires a seven year's war to demonstrate it! All this ought to have occurred months ago, wider Buchanan and it ought to have oc curred under Lincoln veeks ago, but bet ter late than never. EI 2eJ T 3M Sells BETTER AND CHEAPER GROCERIES F1 OH O A.S H THAN ANY OTHER MAN IN HOLMES COUNTY, Come and See! BOOKS FOR 10 CENTS. ALICE WILD, the Raftsman's daughteiv -FRONTIER AtttTPT of Kentacky Life. CEDAR SWAMP, or wild rta Brigade. . THE BACKWOODS Bride, a Romance of Sqnatter Life. . BETH JONES, or the Captives of the Frontier. CHIPr the Cave Child MALISKA. the Indian WIfi nf the White Hunter. THE REEFER of '76. FORSALEat the BOOK STORS GREAT ARRIVAL : of - nABD ARE ! At Mmersbuxg, Ohio. f HEBRON" Sc OTT am jKtt.rMtired at tar Store, a lata sad nperw aloefe at Sard ar,IroB,XuKCatkT7.Glaa, Wiadow Sash, . JIGSICULTUR JL IMPLEMENTS. Ao ia Aart, -prylkJ nraslly kept la a Hr4vu Stant; to wkiea Uiej invite Boblie attention. Thrir atsek ia aoo-plote, amoracing ia the Hardware line, and KM been eaxeMlj selected from the kert mark eta. Pronuiag to diaiaa el their stock at unprecedented LOWPBIGES! Tae; respectfully settd ta share of pan lie patronage. ssrv I bey are agents Car tbo Kirbr Resner and Mow er and for other Machines.- . HEBRON' k SON. April M, 1861,-3S SUGAB CAM SEED. 30 POUNDS, Of the same kind kept last year, which all grew and yielded well. Just received at the Book Store. PXCTUBE THAMES, size of glass. 10 by 14, PLENTY AT THE BCCX STORE. MRS. WINSLOW, Am experienced Name nd Female Physician, presents SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHILURE2T TEETHING. . 1 1 r HICtT maUr &cfliUtes the nrocera of teethinr, If by Bofteolnr the gnma, reducing all iofiamiog will allay ALL PA IX and amacmodie action, and is SURE TO RECrTXATE THE BOWELS, Devena npon it, mothers, it will (ire rest to yourseires ana RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS, We hare put np and sold thin articlf for over ten rears, and CAN 8 AT, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH of It, what we hare nerer been aMe to say or anr other med cine NEVER HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE IN STANCE, TO EFFECT A CURE when timely oseL Nerer did we know an instance of disatUfaction by aoy one who naeo it. un tne contrary, an are oeiigtitea with its operations, and speak in terms of commendation of its magical effects and medical rirtnes. We speak x 4ki. ..irdwn it 117 a nn trvraW " .aar.' experience, AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOR THE FULFILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERE DE CLARE. In almost every instance where the Infant is suffering; from pain and exhaustion, relief wilt be found tn fifteen or twenty minutes alter the syrnp is adminis tered. This Yaluable preparation is (be prescription of one of the moat Kii'fcULfcj;iJ uaeuLLtuL imbus in New England, and has been need with NEVER FAILINGSUCCESS in THOUSAND OF CASES. It not onlr relieres tbe child from sain, bat inrlirar- tes ihe stomarh sad bowels, corrects acidity, sod gires energy to the whole system. It will almost instantly relieve - Griping in the Bowels, and Wind Colic and overcome eonmsinna. which, if not sneedilr rem edied, end in death. We believe it tbe BEST and SCREST REMEDY IS THE WORLD, in all eases of DYSENTARY and DIARRrKKA IN whether it antes from teething, or from any other censes. We would say to every mother who has a child suffering from any of the foregoing com plaints DO KOT let your prejudices, nor toe preju dices of others, stand between Ton and TOnr child, and the relief that wiU be SURE yes, ABSOLUTELY SURE to follow the nse of this medicine, if timely ased. Fall directions for using will secompony each bottle. None Pennine unless the fiic-simile of CUTIS at PERKINS, New York, is on the ontside wrapper. 8ald by Druggists thronghout the world. Friaclpa.1 Office, 13 Cedar Street, New Torlt, PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE. FOR SALE AT THB BOOK STORE. MILLERSB UR&. OHIO. Feb. 21,1861 27tf JjO YOU WANT WHISKERS? DO TOTJ WANT WHISKERS? DO YOTJ WANT AMOUSTACHE? DO. YOU" WANT A MOUSTCHE? BELUJi6HA.TT8 CALIBRATED STIMULATING ONGUENT, For the Whiskers and Hair. THE snbseribers take pleasure in announcing to the Citizens of the United States, that they hares ob tained the Agency for, ana are now enaoiea to oner to the American Republic, the shore justly celebrated and world renowned article. Ths Stimulating Onguent is prepared by Dr. C. P. BsLLnroBAK, an eminent phy sician of London, and is warranted to bring out a thick WHISKERS OR MOUSTACHE In from three to six weeks. This article is tbe only one or tne kind need by tbe re neb, and in London and ra ris it ia in linirental use. It is a beautiful, ecomical, soothing, yet stimulating compound, acting as if by magie upon the roots, caosing a beautiful growth of luxuriant hair. If applied to the scalp, it will cure baldstess, and cause to spring up in place or tne naia spots a one growtn or new nair. Ap plied according to direction, it will turn bed or towy dark, and restore gray hair to its original color, leaving it soft, smooth-, and flexible. The "Ongctknt" is an in dispensible article in every gentleman's toilet, after one week's nse they would not for any consideration be without it. The subscribers are the only Agents for tha article in the United States, to whom all orders most be addressed. Price One Dollar a box for sale br alt DruejriRts and Dealers; or a box of the Okgckkt (warranted to hare the desired effect) will be sent to any who desire it, by mail (direct), securely packed, on receipt of price and postage. 9.1,19. Apply o our aoareRS HORACE L HEGEMAN ACOn DRUGOsST, tC., 24 William Street, New.Tork. FOB SALE AT THE BOOK STORE, - - MILLEKSBUKU, O. Feb. 2S, 188123. Important to Farmers, Farriers and norsemens (tele brateH gmt fmmtni IS WAR RAN litis to cure or remove all the fol lowing named dibcases of the horse, such aa Spavins, Ringbone, Splint, Curbs, and Windfalls, 9T any tuner uumpw or aweutngs, that may arise on the horse from any cause whaterar. or wherever located, it has also been said by those who hare used the Moiment that it will cure Poll-Evil and Fistola, if applied in time. 53"Give it a trial, and if after using it according to directions, you are not satisfied as -to its efficacy, return the bottle and we will refund your meney. SOLD BY J. R. RAIFF, DRUGGIST, MILLERSB URO, OHIO. Oct2T,18M-i0tf NEW GROCERY Sc PROVISION STORE GEOERE WOLF has parehased tbe Groeerr and Prorisioa Store of Jobn StoJJL aad receiTcti toad ditioa thereto a large Stock oi Family Groceries and Provisions of eerj kind. We Inrite special attentioa to his stock of . . COrFEE, .. of all frades and prices. MOLASSES, SYRUPS, iC.. a great Tarletr at low prices. Fruits,. 2?uls, Tobacco, Cigars, Cheese, Crackers, Jftsn, and other articles that tt would take a eoloara to stm- erete. Tbe hllheat erleawill b said for H kinds Of country produce.. . c .v . : " - Call and See for Yourselves; t.r Remember the nlaee: the rooms heretofore oe- apied by John Stoll. - i GTS CURE KervousHeadache n By the use of these Pills the periodic attacks of Ar row r Sick fftmdmek may be pre rented; and if taken at tbe eotnmencement or attack tiawneoiate relief from Mtn and sickness will be obtained. The xeldon fail ia restoring the Asms and Hemdmdu to which ie males are so euhject. They act greatiy apon Use bowel , rmoring Cetrftce aess. " . For tiUrmrw Mem Student. Delicate Females, and all persons of teimMtmy aaMts, tbey are Taluabte aa a Lmx mlvty improring the mppetite. giving fewe and vigmr to the digestive orgaui, and restoring the natural elastici ty and strengtn oi tne wnoie system. The CEPHA1C PILLS are the result of long investi gation mad carefolly eondaeted experiments, having Oeen IB uae many year, nmriDg waacu uuv uicy nave prevented and relieved a rast amount of pain ana sax- tering irom oeaaacna, w iiciucr niuMiu iu u m mmmm srstem or from a deraosred state of the utmmmek. Ther are entirely recetable ia their eorovositios, and mar be taken at all times with perfect safety without nuking any change of diet, mtmd the aeeswes mf mm? dia rnxftretmHe teste rsaulers at easy ts mdmiuitter them Ie cai arm. Beware or C ounterfeitsj. The genuine hare fire signatures of Henry C. Spald ing on each box. - -Sold by Druggists and all there Dealers in Medicines. A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt of the PRICE, 215 CENTS. All orders should be addreaned to HENRY C. SPALING, 48 Ceder Street, New-Y.rk. THE FOLLOVTING ENDORSEMENTS OF SPALDINGPS CEPHALIC PILLS WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO SUFFER FROM HEADACHE, - nut a SPEEDY AND SURE CURE 13 WITHIN THEIR REACH. As Viae Tettimonialt teere vtuolieUed by Mr. hfaldixg. Utey affora unquestionable proof of the efficacy of thit truly tdetiHic discovery. ItasODTUle, Conn-, Feb. S, 1861. Ha. Spaldiso. Sin I hare tried your Cephalic Pills, and like them ss ate2 tbat I want tou to sena me two collars wortn more. Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gars few ont of the first box I got from yon. Scad the Pills bjr mail, and oblige, Your ob't berrant, JAMES KENEDY. Harerford, Pa, Feb. 6, 1861. Me. SrALOUiO. Sir: I wish you to send me one more box of roar Cephalic Pills, Mace receive m green eml ef eenettjrcm mcsi. Yours, respectfnllr, MARY ANN STOIKHOCS. Spruce Creek, Huntington Co., Pa., January 18, 1861. . H. C. Sfjlldivo. Sir; Yon will please send me two boxes of your Cephalic rills, sena tnem immeaisteiy. Repectfallr yours, J NO. B. SIMONS. P. S. I have used one box of your Pills, and find tnem excellent. Belle Vernon, Ohio, Jan. IS, 1861. H. C. Spalding. Esq. Please find inclosed twenty-fire cents, for which send me snother box of your Cephalic Pills. Tkeymre truly tne scat rut i Move ever trua. Direct A. STOVER, P.M. Belle Vernon, Wysndot Co , O, Beverly, Mass, Dec 11, 1860. H. C. Spaldixo, Esq. 1 wish for some circulars or large show bills, to bring your Cephalic Pills more particularly before my custo mers, u you nare anyuung oi tae aino, please senu so me. One of my customers, who is subject to serere Sick Headache, (usually lesting two days,) sms eared of aa attack n sue aw sy year rms, wnicn i seat ner. Respectfully yours. W. B. WILKES. Reynoldsburg, Franklin CoM Ohio, ) January 9,1861. ) Hkurt C. Spalding, No. 48 Cedar st, N. Y. Dear Sir: Inclosed find twenty-nre cents, for which send a box or "Cephalic Pills." send to address ot Her. nit Miller. Remoldsbuiw. Frsaklio OS. O. Year Pill werk like a ckaraveure Headache abaeet iuetaater. Truly Yours, WM. C. FILLER. Ypsilsnti, Mich., Jan. M 1861. Mr. Spaldiitg. Sir: Not long since I sent to you for a box of Cephalic Pills for the cure of the Nervous Headache and CosUtc ness, and receired the same, and taev had ta weed a ef- jea uimi i woe tmamrra te eemajer mare. . nease sena or return mail, mrect to A. R. WHEELER, YpsUsnti, Mich. From tie Examiner, Norfolk Fa. Csphslie Pills accomplish the object for which they were intenaea, th: - i;ure oi DeaaacLe tn ail its tonus FV on the Examiner, Norfolk Fa. Thee bsee been tested in more than a thousand eases with entire success. From the Democrat, St. demi, Minn. If yon sre, or have been troubled with tho headache. send for a box Cephalic PillsJ so that you may bars tnem in cans oi an awacs. Frees tie Udaertieer, Providence, R. . Fbe Cenhalie Pills are said to be a remarkably effective remedy for the headache, aod one of tbe very best for mat very irequent complaint wnicn nas erer oeen dis- corerea From tie Western R. R. Gaittt, dingo, ill. We heartily endorse Mr. Snaldins;, aad his unrivaled uepnauc rius. Frees tae Kenkanm VaUen Star, leniawa, Va. We are sure thst persons suflerine with the headaebe. i i 1 1 .: -L. ,A u ' From tie Southern Patk Finder, Ifem Orleans, La. Try them I yon that are afflcteU. and we are anre that yonr testimony can be added to the already numerous .u. wBiiiii mm uciwuw uiatnoouier Bteaicina produce. From tie SU Louts Democrat. ThtmMnM ilMtnanJ tnm h m 1 ,1 - ... . From tie Gazette, Davenport, Iowa. Mr. Srdklilln wmnld n H. ;.i , , ' , , " , " um umiuv WIU OU 1 tide he did not casts to possess real merit. From tie Jdvertiser. Provident. D r The tpstimnnv Irt tliir r.vn. 1. . .i . j . iwiiig, uvu uie most From tie Dailf News, Newport, R. I. Cephalic Pills are taking the place of all kins. Fress Me Commercial Bulletin, Boston, Mass. Said to be very efficacious for headache. Frost the Commercial, Cincinnati, OUo. ' SuSering humanity can now.be relieved. 3rAr.,lBSta ,Stt,e. "f SPALDING'S PREPARED bLIlK Will stair ss 4 am wis.. 1- a . ' "v- 5o iva con annually SPALDING'S PBEPABED GLUE! SPALDING'S PKEPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SAVE THE PIECES! ECONOMY! DISPATCH! E""A Stitch in Time 8aves Nlne.-eTt Aa accidents Will hinn.n .. tn U- I T ZZ-.t.A families, it is very desirable' to have some cheap and con venient way for repairing Furniture, Toya, Crockery.Ac oPAULDiNG S PREPARED GLUE meets all such emergencies, and no household osn afford point W"h,at mlwmJm and up to sticking -USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." N. B. A Brush teumtanlM Rntla Prle. tS cents. Address. HENRY C. SPALDING, No. a CEDAR Street, New York, As certain ntmrlnrfnUif mmmm .ll.m.lln tn P.?!S?F,2ih onsuspectin public, Imitations of my PRSPARKD OI.UE, 1 would I csatiow all persona to ex amlne before purchasing, aad sea that the fall asms, tar bp ALD1NCT8 PREPARED GLUK. . J" outside wrapper; all others are swindling ceun- Kev. n, 1SS0 14. COME TO M'CROaYl CRAIGHEAD'S NEW TKOP I u u c & TO JE UiY TTOujtt. STOVEQ! W! J 1 " jus""" " o. naaragea any tonrer by pedlars who an earrrin. stoves over the conntrv, that are all scrap iron stuck together, and very poorly stuck at that. Come where jou can get stoves that are all new iron, and made at Cos best store works in the world: and when voa.eetaatov. yea get slmost Ihe price of it id trimmings. """" ALL WORK WARRANTED. ?rA'; Brasa, Copper. Sheet n, Pressed and Japanned ware, on hand at all tunes, aad fur sale wholesale and retail , 6POTJTINQ done on a new plan, which is superior to all others. All kinds of trade taken ia ex dfn " "0J , McCRORY ft CRAIGHEAD. S.B. WEIBICH & ERO., Dealers in English, German and American HARDWARE, Jrilfllfling'?, ,G'A Clofb?, &c. MILLERSBURG OHIO ALL RIHCT NOW. The throng thst so long, Has been going sll wrong, Are now Baying their Hardware of Weirich& Bro. Our goods sre sll new And the prices right too, At tbe Store of S. Weirlch & Brother. So follow tha throngf Tbat are harrying along To the Store of VFeirich & Brother. Which ia fnll from the floor to the ehelrea Of Iron Pitch Forks, Whetstones and Ax helrea. Just look at the Sore of Weirich & Bro. Se follow the throng That are hurrying along For Hardware to Weirich & Brother. Look at the "rushing And amid the "pressing, But follow the throng That are hurrying along, To boy their Hardware, Glass,Nails &c, of Weirich & Brother. JuneO,18fiff 42tf THE UNION TO BE SATUD. T30R the narrow nf aavlnff the Union the nndersiirn- X; ed will raise a fund by wiling his entire stock of goods, consisting ei BOOTS, SHOES LEATHER & FINDINGS. From now until the first of Anril at first cost, auction nrices or an vt bins 1 can tret. I do this to make room for an entire new stock of goods to commence the spring trade. io rtise strr umtsm iwnf su Frost txrr mmrngV' I woold request those indebted to me by note or book account to come alone and nay me a little on what they owe. I must have money. I am in debt and must pay. C.HATT. r eo-1 1001-zo GROCERY STORE. QODFREY ITNEtt has removed hU Grocery and Provision Store, To the Rooms formerly oconpied by Fry's Jewelry Store. vis roods are of tbe rery best qntility, carefully select- aa ana wiu oesoia on fnori rronu. All who want to buy the best quality ot GROCERIES should call. G. ITSER. April 28, I860. n37tf DID YOTJ? DID YOU Go In to Cook's to see hi DID YOU NEW STOCK DID YOU DID YOU OT WATCHES. DID YOU It is decidedly the largest and best stocc oi ims aioa eTer brought to Hillersburg. DID YOU DID YOU go nr to coors and see his new stock of CLOCKS? If not, go at once. GO INTO COOK'S to sea what a DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU MA GN1FICENT DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU C H EAP Lor op JEWELRY, be has jnat received. GO TO COOK'S IT ONCE. O.L.CO0K. OTembrft,1860. Watches! Watches! Watches SEE$ IMPORTED WATCHES Hade to order for see: A. B. FRY These watches sre see An Extra Article! There are SEE 5 NO JOBBERS' PROFITS ADDED to their cost. SEE! Also, a Large Stock SEES OTHER STYLES, together with SEE (Clocks, Jewelry, Silver-Ware SEE N.otionsl which will be sold SEE Clrefjper m z Cftfqpetf ' elsewhere. Call aad see them, SEE A few doors East of Koch's Corner. Hlllersbnrg, Ohio, Msrrh IS, lasln be on DR. J. K. RAIFF, & Apothecary, DKALTO tH PCS! Pharmacentical I'rtparations ofSUmatrdStrmgtS, Pure Wines and Liquors, Surgical Instruments, Perfumery, Paint, OUs, I arnishes, dx., kt., RESPECTFULLY invite the eonsideratioa of the medical profession and families to bis eomnlete and varied assortment of all articles usually kept in iscb an establishment. The character of the stock is of the first quality - - Physicians and families favorinr him with their tmt- ronage, may confidently rely upon receiring medicines which will net disappoint them at the bedside of the sick. Every article leavine- this establishment is wor sted strictly as represented, and will be careful lr nut up and accurately labeled. Physicians in the country, who msv he nnal.le to make tneir purchases m person, will hud it to their ad vantage to oruer. Empire Hotel Block, . MILLERSBURG, OHIO April 7, 15S9 53IJ sewing;machine. bWEST & WILSON'S Patent Double Thread Patented June 29.A, 1858. PRICK FR03I $30,00 TO $50,00, 'according to style; unequalled for Spee. Beauty, Durability oi suicu ana economy in price. This trulr celebrated Uachine took the first nremium at the Ohio State Fair, held at Sandusky, Sept. 16,lSo8, aiso as erery uoun.y air in me ataie wnere tne ; wasexnioiteu. No machine has erer been offered to the nnblie com bining so many excellencies as the West tk Wilson ma chine. An impartial examination will convince the mom sKepura. oi mat lacu Send for a circular contiininir fallnartietilars ofmices. testimonials, illustration of stitch, kc aii tellers oi inquiry, orders lor machine, circulars, .nuies oi wore, win receive prompt aiienuon or aa- aressing i if. kl.i., tien. Agent, Or, P.CUU3iIX(.S,TraT.Agent, To u.aQuresSfOuuiTan, Asntana uou. t 'tt Machines warranted and full directions ctren for using wiin.n. exira coarge. ILsr We hare an excellent TTermncr that can be at tached to our machine for those who may desire. Certificates. We. the undersirnrd citlzrns of Wooter. Wsrne county, Ohio., hare used West tk Wilson's Family Sew ing Jiacmne inonrianiuies. ana eneenuuy recommend ine same lor a tunny sewing Macnine. neai sicuoy. j. A.ranaai, B. Barrett, B. J. Jones, Ohio F. Jones, George Wilcox, John P Jeffries, S. R. Bonewitx. May 24, 1860v-40tf L. 6. B. FARM FOR SALE. rjlHE andersign will sell at a bargain. A FIRST CLASS FARM Of 1S7 acres, situated 11 miles south-west of Wooster. 100 Acres Cleared. And In s good state of cultivation. GOOD ORCHARD, fcc, JOHN 6. BIGHAX. Fredericksburg, Jan. 3d, 188124 THE BEST COOK STOVE 18 TB BB.fA BECAUSE It Bakes Perfect, Good Draft, Doors fit Close, Joints fit Tight. Plates are heavy, No Wood Wasted, Always a Supply of hot water, Superior Boiling Arrangements. Took the 1st Premium at last Fair. Fruit dried and Victuals kept without burning them. IS SOIaT And haa other rood qualities without Bomber. Beware of imitatioft, for many will aeek to imi tate, out call ana lee tne genuine at tne tsig onee ro- Wll. daa i , aoie Agwn. Oct. IS. 5 BETTBERG & HAUSMANN", laroanaaor ara suuu nr Fancy Goods, Toys, Baskets, YANKEE NOTIONS. Ladies' Bras trimminjs, Hmiery, trjhjr ssi Shelluri fool, lUBROIDEHIES, ao" everything usually herd in a Fancy Store, 2S2 SUPERIUK ST, CLE VK1.AND, 0. ASOLra airriaaa, - - - - acnoura auraitAra rnHE anbacriberbeirs leave to sav to those ea- X tamed ia Suear Case raisins that they can accommodated witn NO. 1 MILLS short notice, and reasonable terms, at the Steam Foundry, Milleraburg, Ohio. Also, that celebrated composition tbat has been Belling for seven dollars, can be at the Steam foundry for five dollars. J.H.VAN BROCKL1X. July 14. 47tf FAMILY BIBLES. THE best bound, best printed, and cheapest lot of Family Bibles ever before ottered ia sMlersbarg, jast received AT THE BOOK STORE. Cob. and see them to satisfy yqgrsslt s I Ayer'sSarsaparilla! A compound remedy: deisnwt to he the Best effectual AUemlin tljit er.n he made. It is ' roncnitratpa extract of ar SatSaparilla, combiii-rl witlt o!hrr Milsftaocea of atilt "freater ahemtive power to efford wi efftev tire antidote for tiie !:-ca-s Sarfr.paiilia ia , reputed to cure. It U lxliTcd that such a f remedy is trantcil hy those H hcr wufli-r front ' Strumous complaint, and tbat one which will accomplish tlicir-cure must prove of immensw service to thU large elnss of our afflicted fellow- ritixena. How completely tlria compound wilt do it haalttctt proven hy experhnent on many' of the worst case to Itt'fuuud of the following compkriuta: . ScnoFriA asd Scaort'Loc Comturctv : EnurTioxs ad EarrrirE Disease i, Urxsasv PinTLce, lli.orcHsvs Tcmoss Salt Sqeitx. Scald IIxad, Srriui.is axn STrntLrnc Ar J rr.crioNS MHirccitiAL Diiar, DorT, Js ek- B.vr.oiA oa Tic Dooloorscx, Debiutt. Dts rErsiA asd IxnioBTiox, Euyipei.s, Rotf on St. Axtiiont's Fiur, and indeed th; xrholo chv of complainU ari iiij from . Imi-c::itt Of tub 11iod. ' 'lliia cnm;Kund will be found a great pr motor of health, when tak n in the spring, to) : expel the foul humor wliicU fj-Ocr in thJ -blood at that season of tlie year. Dy tlic time ly expulsion of thern maur rnnkl'ui j disorder 1 are nipp?l in tlvs buX Multitudes can. by'' the aid of this remedy, spire themselves fromf : the cndurmica of foul eruptions and ulccroof sores thrnugli which tin aystom will strive to ri 1 itself of corruptions, if not assisted to- do thi through the natural channels of tbe body by an alterative mitlic-iue. Cleanse out titty ."' vitiated blood whenever you Gad iu impuritie 1 bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptionv or sores ; clctiitse it wlicn you find it it ot-r strucUtl and slugji-.li in tlu veins; cleanse it ' vjrhenercr it is foul, and your f--cling will teH you when. Even where no particular disorde is felt, pcopla enjoy better health, and livtf lou-.-r for cleansing- the blood. Keep tho biood healthy, and all is well ; but with thiT pahuliiin of lit j disordered, there can be bo' luting hcilth. Sooner or Inter sometliinc; must n wrong, and the great machinery of -life is disordered or overthrown. fiirsaparilU has and djservst much, tlior reputation of accomplishing these ends. But ' the world lw lieen egregiously deceived byi prenaratioiu of it. partly because the druK ul'iue hat it', all the virtue that i rhiimetf !'r it, but more Jcrau e many preparations preten-hng tti be cincentniteil extracts of'it on'ai-i hul little of the virtue of Sarsaparilhv, r or'any thing il.se. r During late years the public have liecn niia iv t liy Urge l.o'lk-s prelt uding to r:vj a ijuart - i' Ivvti'art of Sar-apariila fur one dollar. . Most , f tlie-io hav.vli-.il f.air.ls upon the sick, for , "h -y not only contain liLlIe, if any, Sarsapa .i.la, but olKn no curative. properties wliatcv-.-. 11 mo. bitter mid palu I'ul disappouitmcnt -; li is l'olloivrd the use of (he various extracts of ', Sarsupatiila which flood the market, tuitil the , uaniu itself is justly despised, and lias become . synonymous with iurpo itiou and cheat. Still ' .we call this co:npoiuul Sarsaparilla, and intend to Mipply kiu'.i a rcmeily as shall rescue the name from the load of obloquy which rests, upon it. And wc think we have grunnd for , ii.'lieving it has virtues Which are irresistible ' hy the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend- ' cd to cure. In ord. r to secure their complete ' cnulii-ntiii:! from the system, (lie remedy should be judiciously takcu according to directions on the bottle. . ., - rKEl'ABEU BT . i. D. J. C. AVEB & CO. I.OVliI,L, MASS. i Price, $ I per Battle lx Battles far $3. , Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has rru fir itself rm-h a renown (brtlie enre.f , evrry variety ot Throat ami Ijmg Complaint, tliat jit i cnlirdr mincccssnry fw cridiH-c f iu irlMC, wiwrc plorrti. A it b ui lonir, iie t!irom:lnmt tlii- rvrtt!. we lie rr lor us to recount me vlicrever it has boon cm-. - lieen i:i constant ase . , we need not do more thau sssnre the iieople its nualitr is krnt an to th. best : it-cver has lieen. and tliat it mar be relied on to - do for their rrhef ail it has ever been found lo do. ' Ayer's Cathartic Pills, Toa tils ctras or Coslircnns, Janmlic; Djycpsia, hutlijest!on. VisciUcnj, I Old Stomach, llryxipelus, lleadaolut Vilcs, WicHmalutni, Lrtttmts and Sun Vtseasss. . Liter Complaint, lh opij. Tetter, Tmnort and ' Salt IlheitiH, Warm, foil, Xcumltia, at m ; Dinner I'ill, anil fur ratifying the Blood. .. They are sugar-coated, so tlut the most sensi tive can take them r-!''saillr. and tbey are tha best aperient in t!ie world ibr all the purposes of a Cimily physic. Pn:j 25 csati per Tor ; 1173 bozos for 1.03. Great numliers of Clcnjrincn, Physicians, States- j men. and cinmrnt ncrsotiaees. nave lent tbrir . names to certify the un;iaralleled usefulness of these remedies, hut our space hero will not permit the insertion of them. The Agents below earned fur- ' nish uratisour Ame::icas Al.MAXAciu whicbthty . are (riven ; with al.o full dieriiitions of the above 1 complsinU, and the treatment tliat sboikl be foi- wned or tlicu" c ire. , Do not be pit oiT bv unpriiieiolvJ dealers with other preparations tbev mike more unifit on. " Demand A vku's. and take no others. Tae sick want the best aid there l for them, and tbey should have it. All our remedies are fir sale by H. YERGIN and J. K. RAIFF," . Millersburg, Ohio. ' Nov. 1, I860 11 . CHEAP SHINGLES. nilLNG ON YOUR TIMBER. TFlE inbKriber i-espectfall-r tnfnrms the pmhMe tbak b ban parcfaaseii the right to ase in UoJmi. rovoty ; Bayard's SbinglAfachiiie! :I Which, whrnn aaed fa tdBowletlnil ta b th beat Jtet Sbiogt Machine ia Thee thinglea are tttf r mx4 rbemper than those made by haad; firstly, because ther ' are aoiform ta size and do aot warp or draw; aad iiecoae ly because tbo shi ogles made from a cord of tin her will la? aa much more roof aa tho Imp shiorles will frees tho same amount of timber. . Person desiring thinrlesmade will prepare their tim ber in bolts and deliver it at tie Board Yard of Hull ' Enos, If illerabars; O. Sbiofles cat for $1,20 pet 10U.. , Shinirles made of all the timbers of which ther are ' iv nail v made. Persons brinrinr timber for shinrles will havo It- - steamed en tbe frroand, aa I bare erected a steaxaiar box for that purpose. w nererer tou atacniae naa oeen in ase ie sntnf lea ma no sc tared by it bar taken the place ot Imp sbmrlem. i Dec 6,1860. 19 K. W. S.tU9. FIRE!!! IIVED, a fine lot f PC! n tbe smallest trsssera to tho JUST RECEIVED, a Ine let ef PVMP8, .faU kinds, from the smallest eisssra t. the largest Force, Engine or Well Pimp. V This fs tha best Pomp awde Is a Hon. PrateetiM seainst tire: will throw water over anv ordinarv tw. itorj house. 8old cheap by BR AY, tim Tlaswr - AT THE BIG COFFEE-POT. April IS, I860 Sit ' " ' 1,000 REWARD. - IT Is eeoe rally eoneelve4 that awaey saved is jast aa good as thst which ia earned. Taejtaaaant ! ev u t. bay cheap. , . v. People do not slvrsrs know where to br tb. - Cheapest and Best Groceries, ' ' And lost for tha benefit of aartiealar triaada. aad ta dew people gvaerally their h.eaM. seiiaat pat hiase.ls' t. th.treabl. ( writiath. bet and honing tt pak-J LOOS FRITZ i Has a very Urn aad saperior stock of everythlaj m' allyknadiBa j lt CROCERT A FROTISIOM STORE. ; v Let n. ana he bsekward stoat asllla. assel bads' rash rirbt U Frit'a where tbev eaa bav snore fbe . quarter tnaaaay .saw urnciy -us sues. niiass. , S.UU13 tsUTZ.. aan,lM0 M NEW GROCERY . am ' . provision store; M.FIKE, RESPECTITLLT lateral his (Heads aad tbs naUM leaerally that he has epeaed " I IEW GROCERY STCnX, rlv OMoeits th. Cwut HiaSi. iss-3 bis stock wiU be fo and tiie best s . ... P Temt, Ofees. Sworn of aft fcsaw, Fui. Molasnssj,, Bolt, Tabmccas, rjsnoTea. Muss, Jlt, - Fruit of oil hnsk. ' ' Choice Wines & Liquors, : FLOUR MEAL, Candies, Cakes, and Craekers';' ' birrs aaaatitiee to sett either wbolessle er retsil. which he .aers em tbe mot mnastle ' ss ilihss I. s eash ar approved eaaatryaraaaaa. . , j,. Dsltsvpttswllst . . i. j. FIRE'S, opfositt the Court House.