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Postition of Canada.
TIie" Toronto Leader' U the Ministerial orgw of tho Canadian Government, and is supposed'to reflect the opinions and' poli cy f the Provincial authorities.. It insists toatCansda will maintain strict neutrali ty in our unforlnoate civil war. and' that no' recrultinir of troops for the, -North, or Sooth has taken place, or will it be per mitted in the Provinces. It is evident that the sympathies-of- the people of Canada aTeaimly with tbe.free Stales, but inter smlional obligation forbids, any expression of it in the nay of men or means. The Leader says: "If any direct aid were ' given by England to the Southern Confed eracy, that would be iust causo of war. But this is not the case ; and nothing of the kind. will be done." T"We observe that a portion of journals of Upper (Janada,mcluding tne icrotto Xitaa er, express, appehension of war with the United Slates, ard urge immediate prepa- tion to meet such a contingency. oolisn predictions, of maurauding expeditions thiazide of iheline are put forth, and on the .strength of such preposterous alarm it is -advised that the Canadian mililia should be put on a better footing, and that troops be concentrated at the important points on the frontier. An importation of fifty thousand Minnie or Enfield rifles is being made, and other evidences of warlike prep iiration are beiwr esliibiird. Onr good netgLtkors over the Lako may 03 well quiet ilieir.fears. .Nobody from tins side will hurt them. rlAJTiurroR's Heart-Wisu. A traitor- brous ass thns writes to a New York house : " Tfwant to see Cincinnati, Philadelphia, New York and Boston bombarded and pounded with cannon balls until they are leveled in ruins and ashes. 1 trnnt to see n large Confederate army quartered in the palaces of New York, whoso Vauderbills and Aslors are so liberal in giving their money and ships for the purpose of whip ping Southerners. ,1 want to see their mon ey counted out for them nnd taken to pay the. expenses of a war they have precipita ted upon us an aggressive war upon their part, a war the most wicked and wanton 4.faat ever was set on foot, whoso wicked ness swells to heaven and invokes divine vengeance. I want to see, since our Yankee brothers havo thrust it on us, every Yankee and Re publican driven from the soil. I want to see that new but already glorious and vic torious seven-started. -Aug flying from the. dome of toe Capital at Washington; and I wantj-.oh, bow I do want to see those'ac airsed .scoundrels; Abe' Lincoln, Seward, Chase, Cameron, Bates, Blair, Wells', Smith and .Hamlin prisoners of war, in chains, siieing fpr pardon Tor their vile lives, at the bands of Jefferson Davis. Treason in Parkersburg. "We understand that the picket guard of ihe l4th Regiment caught threo men yes terday afternoon in the attempt to barn a railroad bridge east of Parkersburg, for ino manifest purpose of preventing the Governiriept troops passing eastward. M. Jackson, Esq. ,the Prosecuting Attorney for Wood county, a loyal friend of the Un ion, assured Col. Steedmnn that these trai tors should be committed to prison, if giv en' up to the regular course of law. They jrere given up, but unfortunately were ta ken before Judge Jackson (not Gen. G.) who at once dismissed them. Afterwards, when the. Attorney protested against this unwarranted course, he ordered his arrest for contempt of court. The report is that st once many revolvers wore drawn and pointed adjudge Jackson, and he was told that that was an order that could not bo ex ecuted. Marietta Inteltigenecr. Gossip About Gov. Sprague. A Washington dispatch to the New York iTimes remarks: . The newspapers have, with their usual sagacity and nice sense of propriety, been discoursing the jros and cons of Gov. ISprague's marriage with Miss Cameron, arill one of your contemporaries gravely andr officially announced that the affair would" speedily be consummated. In or der lhat'no further discussion may be deem ed 'desirable, I will state tliat.tho youthful Governor is affianced to Miss Kate Chase the eldest daughter of the present Secreta ry of the Treasury. The Gov. Is not yet 30 years of age, and is reputed to be worth not far from $10,000,000. !The gallant Governor of Rhode Island bas been called home from Washington by the pressure of State duties,"but will soon return to his command with a second Bat tery of the unflinching Providence Planta tion boys. Like the first battery, the sec ond will be furnished with James' rifled cannon and will prove a formidable body 'for the enemy to meet. Horses have been purchased in New York, and the battery is being organized by Gov. S. under the aus pices of the State. The Way to do it. General Scott says that, if he wanted to mako the New York Fire Zouaves break through tho army of the foe, he'd have a fire bell rung for some district on tho other side of the rebels. He says that half a million of tho traitors could not keep the Fire Zouaves out of that district five minutes. Louisville Journal. Poutical Opinions Regulated by Latitude. A gentleman of this city, who left New Orleans a week or two since, says' that he took passage for St. Louis in i steamer full of passengers. At first nothing was heard but Secession senti ments, and one would have supposed that the feeling was universal, but after a por tion of those on board had been landed at nnd below Memphis, the Union men, be fore silent, began to declare-their opinions, waxing louder and louder as each degree of latitude was passed, uulil at last, as tho region of northern Kentucky and tho freo States above was reached, it swelled into such unanimity as to exceed even the Se cession triumph of the early period of tho trip. It needs but tho lifting away of the "reign of terror to emancipate the South from the rebels who now domineer over them. Boston Traveler. American Goaheadativeness. The London Times, when first getting the news of the, fall of Sumter and the uni versal uprising in the North, said: Promptness has doI ceased to be a quality of the American people. They have or ganized a war as rapidly as they would sup ply a market or form a railway company. xu a tow wi - 1 Lincoln issued his proclamation, and al ready a great army has sprung, as it were, fmm tka anrtb. More than 140.000 men. beside 18.000 sailors, have been asked for bv the Government, and it is said tney nill be furnished witmn a lew weens. Prenticeisms. Wo find the following sharp shots in the iiouisvuie Journal: Wigfall has written a letter; fixing the 151b. of June as tne latest day to which he can be induced to postpone the capture of Washington. If the Southern troops don t take it by that time, lie will no doubt take it himself. He can. He seldom walks through a street without taking the whole of it. Two members of Jeff. Davis's Cabinet are lying sick in Montgomery, and his ed ilors are lying like the devil everywhere. Please, South Carolina, don't take any more snutl just at present. You secession admirers in Kentucky have sneezed them selves almost to death. At present writing, all wo know is that' we know nothing. Courier. Wo think you have taken a long time to arrive at a very obvious conclusion. Who would think, from taking a look at Humphrey Marshall, that he has such an alacrity at jumping! Let us die all die. Allania Intelligen cer. Oh well, die. Begin as soon as you like. A worthy sister of Gov. Magoffin has sent to the Legislature a petition for tho Union signed by eight hundred ladies of Mercer county, tiod bless her tor her pa triotism. Would to Heaven she were Gov. ernor of Kentucky, and that her brother .Heriah were at home in petticoats. It is said that Gen. Bragg, in command at i'ensacola, denounces certain acts of Gov, Pickens. Probably it is safer to bombard Guv. Pickens than his Excellency's brist ling namesake off Pensacola harbor. The secessionists of Memphis, a few nights ago, made a great parade of burying tho old American flag, the Star Spangled Banner, the glorious meteor of freedom, six feet beneath the surface- of the earth. Peihaps however they will yet find that tbey planted the old fla rather than buried it W e beheio that a million ensigns of liberty will spring from the grave of that one. Virginia boasts of being the mother of Kentucky, but we guess Kentucky's mother will never know she's out. The disunion authorities at Montgomery profess to have received favorable advices from Kentucky. Our advice is that they scrutinize their advices pretty carefully. Ihey are getting up in Constantinople a regiment of eunuchs. That will be a regi ment of armed Neuters. The Bowling Green Gazelle says that Mr. John C. Breckinridge, during his late speech at that plac?, was evidently very much fatigued. We fear that his hearers were more so. Our advice to tho soldieis, if they find that their tents leak, 'u to pitch them. Desperate Kentucky Scheme. The Louisville Journal of tho 30th ult., publishes two letters disclosing a desperate scheme to precipitate Kentucky iuto secess ion by the aid of lenr.essee. It appears that cannon, rifles, muskets, and Kentucky soldiers have been sent to Union City from Paducah. Union City is in lennessee, near the Kentucky border, and according to the plot as developed in tho Journal, it seems that the Convention cf the First Con gressional district, tc meet at Mayfield, is to hnrry through a secession ordinance, when the disuniouists of that District, with a strong militnry force at Mayfield, backed by a far stronger lennesseo Military force at Uuion City, will strike for disunion The Journal says "here is a case that calls loudly for the immediate and vigorous in terposition of the authorities of Kentucky." ihnt portion of the state bordering on West Tennessee is the hot-bed of traitors in Kentucky, and a strong United States force thrown into Paducah would prove the best Union preservative, as well as the ad vance cuard of a much needed lino of fixed bayonets "right straight down to rebellious Memphis. Slave Insurrection. The Des Arc (Ark.) Citizen of May 15 gives the follow ing account of tho hanging of a whilo man aud threo negroes for their efforts to get up a negro insurrection : "Our neighbors of Hickory Plain and vicinity, 14 miles west of Des Arc, after a patient investigation before a Committee of twenty-five on Friday last, in accordance with the verdict of said Committee, pro ceeded to a spot designated, and to a tree having a long projecting limb being sloul and well-proportioned, whereupon they hung, until they were dead, Tom William son, a white man nnd three negroes, Big Dave, Lewis, and Jell. Williamson was convicted as the leader of an insurrection, and the negroes as aiders and abettors. The balance of the negroes implicated have been whipped severely, nnd not less than three of them were banished from the coun 'J'" How to Tase Care of tiie Hair. As to men, we say, when tho hair begins to fall out, the best plan is to havo it cut short give it a good brushing with a moderately stiff brush, while the hair is dry; then wash it well with warm soap suds; then rub into the scalp, about the roots of the hair, a little bay rum, brandy or camphor water. Do these things twice a month: the tuusuing of the scalp may bo profitably done twico a week. Damp the hair with water every time the toilet is made. Nothing ever made is better for the hair than pure soft waltr, if the scilp is kept clean in the way we have named. Tho use of oils, or poma tums, or grease of any kind, is ruinous to the hair of man or woman. We consider it a filthy practice, almost universal though it be, for it gathers dust and dirt, nnd soils whatever it touches. JNothing but puro soft water should ever be nllowed on tho heads of chifdren. It is a different practice that robs our women of their roost beauti ful ornament long before their prime; the hair of onr daughters should be kept with in two inches until their twelfth year. Mall s Journal of Health. England and the Southern Confederacy. The Philadelphia Press entertains tho belief that Minister Adams has been au thorized to say to Lord John Russol and Lord Palmerston that any attempt, direct ly or indirectly, officially or unofficially, to treat with or to recognize the commission ers of tho traitors now in arms against this Government, will be immediately fol lowed by a demand for his passport, and be a declaration, in the name of tne Uni ted States, that all the exequaturs granted to the British consuls nnd commercial a gents in this country will bo immediately forfeited and withdrawn. JSTThe Southern rebels are trying to rob Genera! Taylor of bis laurels. They havo tho impudence to call Davis ''the glo rious hero of Buena Yista." VARIETIES. A man named Glover was executed at Greensboro, N. C, some days'ajo, for kill ing bis wife. On tho -23d of April the weather was so cold in Yienna that icicles wero found on the-eaves of the houses. The, circulation of the Bank of England is now 20,970,l7C,''and its. whole bull ion is 12,838,648. James T. Pelourd shot himself in the heart in Natchez, Mississippi, the other day on account of tho troubles in the country. The bachelor has tojook out for number one, the married men for number two', and sometimes for number six, eight and ten. The,High Court of Errors and Appeals of tho State of Mississippi has discontinued its sittings in consequence of the wartimes. Two months' drilling of new troops is considered in France long enough to bring them into great precision of movement. The vintage at the Capo of good Hopo has been a very poor one, and wines have risen. The Secessionists don't like George D. Prentice; they have suppressed his paper in all the cities of Tennessee. Nearly nino hundred Irishmtn have been enrolled as United States volunteers at St. Louis, Mo. Garibaldi Lis a strong affection for the United States. "That is a spot," said he, "in which a man forgets his own native land. The Montgomery (Ala.) Mail says that "Virginia's bosom is bared." Sho seems to be following the latest female fashion. "Virginia is reaping the harvest she planted- Prentice guesses she won't care to put in another crop. soldiers should remember that in a sum mer campaign more die from sun, stroke than from saber-stroke. If men's opinions could but fully assert themselves' the revolution would very soon be revolutionized. A Uuion man, on a trumped-up charge of tampering with negrccs, was packed up n a box and shipped as freight to Cairo, from Grand Glaze, last week. The widow of Prince Danilo, of Montene gro, lias arrived in France, attended by a suite of very fine looking men ; picturesquely costumed and armed to tho teeth. The news of the death of the Duchess of Kena reached Princo Alfred at Kingston, Jamaica, before the reception festivals were over, and he immediately sailed forLngland in the Nile. A feuilletonist of tho Paris press, spend ing of the death of a French writer, aV Ivoi, says he died rich, "being a millionaire in mind, that is to say, rich in to morrows. Tho crops of the Northern and Western States are all looking admirable, so that there is every prospect of an abundant har vest. Commodore Mayo, late of tho United Slates Navy, died at his residence near- An napolis, Maryland, recently, at an adnnced age- Mrs. Hook, an Irish woman, was arraign ed in Chicago, III., last week, for whipping her husband. Probably she thought there was no harm in bating her Hook. Tho Montgomery (Ala) Congress, it is said, has ordered that the bombs of all the (lis unionists shall bear the inscription, "My voice is for war." Tho Charloston Mercury says that "South Carolina stands upon a point of honor." We thought her honor, says Prenticv, had been whittled down to n point. The editor of the Texas Gazelle confesses himself "impatient to see blood." We wish, says tho Louisville (Ky.) Journal, some body would bit bim on the nose. Tho Charleston Mercury boasts, says Prentice, that South Carolina is fast raising ships. If they shall be sunk by Uncle Sam's big guns, they will need re-raising. A Mr. Wils'on, who recently died in En gland, left about $10.0 to tho. Emperor of Ciiinn, for having been treated decently in that country five years before. New flour from this Spring's wheat has made its appearance in parts of South Ala bamn and Georgia. Tho crop is very large and the yield fine. A friend of General Leo reports him as saying whether the war endeJ in five days or ten years, negotiation must come. ' This doesn't sound very belligerent. The expense of burial isso'greatin Mem phis, Tenn, that some parents havo recently1 left the corpses of their children exposed in tho street. The Athens (Tenn.) Post says that some twenty-five thousand troops, destined for Virginia, passed over that road in the last ten days. Dr. Norwood, of Christ Church (Episco pal), at Washington, has resigned his po sition rather than pray for tho President, as required by the canons of the Church. The Chinese are daily becoming more, cordial toward the French and English. The Prince's son has invited their two en voys to reside in Pekin, if they wish to do so. A Catholic school at Saints, in Franco, has been suppressed by the government in consequence llle Immoralities of its priests, and the children have been returned to their parents by the police. The London Herald, Lord Derby's organ, head's an nrticle: 'Abraham. Lincoln, tho Dictator." It argues that by his acts ho is no longer a constitulional President, but an autocrat. The Language or Southern Chivalrv. Tho Memphis(Tenn.) Avalanche compli ments one of tbo true patriots of America in tho following peculiarly Southern style: It seems that Emerson Etheridgo is anx ious to share tho. traitor's doom denth upon the, gallows. Ho is determined to mnko tho Southern people hang him. This they will do. Tho miserable scoun drel has already exhausted the patience of our people. Ho is a regular spy. Fire and faggot should bo applied to his stinking carcass. Arrest of Counterfeiters. The de tective Police havo arrested and imprison ed at Buffalo, N. Y., one Andrews and his associates, whom they caught in tbo net of making a counterfeit of Ayer's Cathar tic Pills. Their detection was accomplish ed at tho instance of Messrs. J. C: Ayer & Co., of Lowell, Mass., who havo shown a commendable energy nnd prompti tude in protecting tne public from imposi tion through spurious imitations of their invaluable medicines. Doct. Ayer's Sarsavakilla. Cherry Pectoral and Pills have como to be sta ph necessities with the community, and the imposition upon the sick of spurious, worthless if not injurious fabrications of them, is in fnct tho consummation of viN lainy. We hopo the scoundrels will get their due, nnd in the keeping they now are, they are pretty sure of it. Police Gazette. Special Notices. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Z. & C. R. Trains leave ilillcrsburg: Express 6:15 A. M, Accommodation.. 11: 45A. if, Arrire at Ilillcrsburg: Acommodation 451 P. Mi Expresj 10:10 P.M PITTSBURG, FT. WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. GOING WEST. Fast Express G:l0 A. M. Mail 2:25 P. M. Express 6:19 GOING EAST. Mail 9:37 A. M. Fast Express 3:31 P. M. Express 9:03 Home Testimony. Heedsbcrr. TVame rn O- Ju!r 27. 1839. Dr-C.W. Roback Dear Sir: I lute teen afflicted &r about eighteen years, with RheamatUm in my left thigh and hip, and in that ti ne hare tried a groat many rem edies and at considerable expense, without much relief. A short time since, I was induced by your agent in this flace, J. W. Grindle, to try your Scandinavian Blood ilia and Blood PariSer, and am happy to say that I ob tained more relief from them than from anv other med icine I erer used. I believe that tho contined use of your medicine irould entirely cure me. Your, c. D. C. 1IARTIX. See advertisement in another column. Catarrh! Catarrh! Catarrh! What is it? How Cured. Thousands of persons suffer all sorts of annoyances irom laurrli. iiost people know what ftsinconrenienco and results are. but few know honr It can b cored. It is simply a chronic irritation, vnd often enlargement of louicJtr, and consequent thickening or tne mucous membrane lining the naxal cavitie. frontal sinuses, and sometimes extending into the throat and lungs. From this tightness and often vertigo of the head, obstructed nose, or a profuse Haw of mucus, loss of smell, nasal t nice, aou uuen impaired Hearing ana sasie. The old-school remedies have nerer been able to do anything for it. Nasal injections and inhalation are as painful and expensive as they generally are worthies. Yet Humphrey's Catareu drsciric, a simple Sugar Pill, taken tiro or three times per day, promptly cures the milder cases; cures at once all colds in the bead, and raaicaur cures, by persevering uie. the most obstinate cae, as is provea oy we experience or hundreds. Price,50 cents per box. with diretion. Sent by mail or express, free of charge, on receipt oi me price. Auarcsa Dk. F. IIcarrnirETS & Co., No. 582 Broadway, Xew York, See advertisement in another column 26. Commercial Matters. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, June 6, 1861. Flour 5,5U(ffiS6,00 Clovcreeed S3.50 nnckwheatflour.$l,5() Flaxseed $1.00 Rveflour $cwt. $1,50 Timo'ydo $1.75200 tfheal 100(21.20 Green Apples 50 Corn 33 Dried Apples 75 Oats 20 Dried Peaches... $1,75 Rye .45 Smoked Hams.. 8 Barley JO Smoked Shoulders 6 Butter 10 Smoked Sides 7 Eggs 6 Dressd fork 4,505,00 Lard 7 Something Nm in Millersburg! LOOK HERE FRIEND! BUGGY OR CARRIAGE! JOo Want Onef THE undersigned respectfully informs tbo public thnt he las secured the rigbt to cell in Holmes and tlie adjoining counties COLLINS k BELL'S JUSTLY CELEBRATED Carriages and Buggies ! and all kinds of light Tehlcles usuill kept in a first clsss etablisbmcntof this kind. Collins and Bell's Carciages baTO a Stale vide repu tation. At the State and County Fairs they haye tar ried of the colors. For beauty of finish and durabilitr they aro not eolled anywhere. They meet with a great sale wherever introduced. ALL CARRIAGES WARRATED. A fine lot of Carriages and Buedes on hand and con stantly receiving at the Ware-room, one door West of weinoit Hardware aiore. fTcfPricei as teasonaMo as the same kind of work can bo had for. West of New York City. May 23,1861. tO JU X TOUR GARDEN SEEDS, AT THE Book and Variety Store. C3r"Our Seeds are all fresh andncir. AND MAY te expected as warm weather approaches, and and every person should PROTECT THEIR HOUSES, Barnes, and places of business, from the dangers of XjilO-STZNTinsrCS-! And why should any. with tVelr fainUIes, endarB those DANGER DURING A STORM!! when It costs so little to feel secure with & good copper or iron Lightning rod. G-OOD HOUSESPOTJnNG- Is also an excellent conductor of Li?htnlnir. as well as of tho water that Is damaging tha foundations and paint of your buildings, and which ahoulil be conducted to a cistern or away front the building. I am prepared to do all such work as Cheap as the Cheapest. So come in time to the Miilersburg Stove Emporium. Sign of tho Big CoITce Pot. March 21, '61 31 CLOTHE PINS, A VARIETY OF STYLES & PRICES. FOR SALE AT TIIE BOOK STORE. County Board of Equalization. THE annual County Board of equalization of Holmes County, for tho year 1861, will meet at the Audi tor's offlce.in Millersburg. on Wednesday, May 22d, for the purpose of equalizing the taxable property of said county. The Board will be in besslon Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Persons feeling themselves agrlevcd by assessments will attend on that occasion, as no chsngo will be made in any ast-essment after that time, except in cases ot error li t.ALiuuA.i.0. ana. May 15, 1861.-33 Bridge Notice. THE Commissioners of Holmes County, will meet at Canan's Saw Mill, in Kijiley township, at 12 o'clock .M., on Wcdnetaay, the -bin any oj June, jooi, For tho purpose of letting to the lowest bidder the building of a new bridge across tho inle of Odell's Lake. l ney win also meet at mo house of jocod &. ainior, Walnut creek township, On Friday, thoSSth, same month, at 10 o'clock A. M. io let the building of a nririffn RCrnss WalnaLercek. and nn thi luni dav at So'- clock P. M.at the house ot Htnry Harger in Paint Township to let tho building of a Bridge across Indian Trail creek. Also at Oxford, In Kilback township, on Tuesday, the 25th day of June, 1861, at 10 o'cock A.M.for the purpose of letting to the low est bldderthe building of a newBridgo across Killbnck creek, where the road from Millersburg to Newark crosses said creek. By order of tho Commissioners. O. F.NEWTON, Co. Aud. May, 22, 1851-41ld Dtegoltifioi) of GopaHiiersfiip. XfOTICE Is hereby given that tho Copartnership hero 11 toforo existing at Millersburg, In the county of Holmes and State of Ohio under firm and style of E. Steinhacher k Co., as Produce and Commission Mer chants, was dissolved on the ISth day of May 1881, by the terms of the articles having fnlly expired. All notes and accounts belonging to said Arm aro left with Matthew Bevlngton for collection. a. aiciniiAiiiicrt, OEOrtOE WEIMER, OEO. BURL, May St, ISM. 43 E. B. TAYLOR. FAMILY BIBLES. THE best bound, best printed, and cheapest lot' of Family Bibles ever before offered in Millersburg, Just recoiveu AT THE BOOK STORE. Comr and its them to litlntr rourielt. an Is en no ol MMMMMMMMMM,MM,,MMMMMMMM,,MM,MaM.aM,iMM,J ..... , - .- ty i.. ,.ii.-.,-,.,T7 i , I,.. i Ji- lE'UJHJMX'JL'LJJA.ia: FABEA & YOTJ jSTG, stamifactureri an' dealers la all kinds of Keep constantly on land a large assortment of COMMON AND DRESSING BUREAUS, Parlor, Dining, and Breakfast Tables, Bedsteads of all kinds Toilet, Work and Wash. Stands, Cribs, Sofas, Tete-a-Tetcs Ottoraas, Rocking Chairs. 4c, All of which will be sold on the Host Reasonable Terms. ESfTlicy also manufacture CJ CJ -. K promptly, with the best March 14, 18G1. 30 JC 3ST S of nil styles, and attend to funerals 1.aus, m tue couniv. "FARRAdtYOUITG. KOCH'S CORNER! When it became known that they had A FRESH AND DESIRABLE LOT or mmi goods, Which they arc selling at utonuhingly low prices. Who'll Enlist for Cheap Goods. A double arm full for a dollar, with 25 centa worth of "important news from the seat of war" thrown in if we can gel any. Remember the Old Stand. Koch's Corner is tho plsce for good goods, cheap gootts ana a great variety o i gooas. Maj 9, 1S01 38 NICK NA.CKS, Single Bladed xxl Jack Knives HAIR OILS, Ml. At the Book Store. STANDARD $ SCHOOL rti f FANCY STATONERY&sj AT THE BOOK STORE. PAPER-HANGINGS AT THE BOOK STORE PICTORIALS, Call at the Book Store and get a rictorial raper containing views of the battle grounds, ships, for tifications, arsenals, diagrams, & other matters of interest now-a-days. Price 6 cents. FRESH CAUGHT WHSTE FISH! PICKEREL, HER 3FL I C3r , MACKEREL, In Whole, Half, and Quarter Bbls. WHITE UM1, AKRON STONE WARE SALT BY THE BARREL, etc., As Cheap as the Cheapest. jAJT WEISTOX'S. A Grand Mass Meeting! OF THE PEOPLE TobokeldinMillersburg, ererydayand evening, Sun day cxceiiea.j -A. 0? THE "Young America" Clothing Store! b. com J othsr able speakers, will address the assemblage of Customers and convince them that Ms large and com plete stock of Spring and Summer Trade, letter and chcapor than can elsewhere be purchased. lie has just received his NEW GOODS! purchased at cheap prices In' the eastern cities, where Money is King,' and will therefore be enabled to sell the people his choice selections of ready-made Clothing, Hats. Caps Shirts, Crarsts, Collars, Gloves, Socks, Trunks, Vali.es and traveling Bags, at loner figures, he bcllrves, than any other establishment In this or sur rounding country. Come and examine my stock before purchasing else where. LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST! You cannot help but save money by buying your Cloth lngatthe priceslam abletoecll them. UrKo trouble to show goods.3 C0IIN"S Young .America Clothing Store, at the old stand, on the Corner. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER the shortest possible notice, take. Pits warranted no fit, u rnnv April 11,1861-31 .Dissolution of Copartnership. mm ....i .i,tr fiArptofore exlttlng between 3. K. WelrlchandCWelrleh, under the name 'andatyle s. IU Welrleh liro., was m u.. j tual consent.- The Books, l'apers, e., are lf fa the hinds of S. R. Welrich for settlement. H.y 5,1501 K JUNE APPOINTMENTS. Prove AH Tilings. DR. n. IT. TTADSWORTH, Electic Phjilcian and. Surgeon, will he at MUlershurg, Ellison Ilovst, Tuesday, Jnne 4. booster. CrandaU's, Exchange Wednesday, Ace 5th Akron, Empire House, Monday, Jane 3J. Ravenna, Collins House, June 1st & 2d. . Cleveland, Johnson House, lly 30th k 31st and J oae Si CONSULTATION FREE. The Mode of Examixatiox Panned bj Dr Wadsworth is Terj simple and entirely new, and bj it disease of any of the internal rital or gans is In a very few minute detected with facility and certainty without asking the patient a question or bar off the least prcrious knowledge of the case; Dr. "VP", gives his nn divided attention to all forms of chronic disease, treating thousands of different cases every year, a large majority of whofri have tiled moit other methods of care in rain. Dr W wishes it dis tinctly understood that he makes no speciality of one disease, but professes to understand the whole human system, and is constantly demonstrating this knowledge by describing to those who consult him the location, nature and curability of their diseases, without any ques tions. Those Suffering from Chronic Diseases of any description, may be assured that their cases will be treated fairly and candidly, and they will not be en couraged to tike medicine without a corresponding pros pect of benefit. Dr AV hasristed Cleveland and other Ohio and New York, reirularlr, for the last two years, and can furniuh patients with any amount of evidence in regard to his skill and qualifications as a physician- Those wishintr to consult br letter, mar direct to Ba- tavia, N. Y,, or to the care of the Hotel at any of ixy ap- poiDimcDis. ii n n .iua i uiwiji, jj.u., .Batavia, N.Y. Residence and Principal Office Franc ricks burg. TVame Co.. Jan.lSC0; Dr.H.'W. Wadsworth. Dear Sin For, two years past i nave snnerea irom several serious uimcuiues, sucn u enlargement and dropsy of the heart, Indigestlon'cans- ach, bowels costive, unequal and bad circulation ot the blood. The least exercise caused palpitation of the heart, rush of blood to the head and the face would be iczuaiaience. ournine ana acidity, oioatinjroitne atom- covered with red blotches. My kidneys were diseas ed, from which I suffered much. I also had a severe cough accompanied 'with wheezing and rattling in the lungs and sensations of oppression about the heart and lungs, as though water had colected there. I might enu merate many other symtoms from which IsuiTdred, but the above will eive a ceneral idea of mv case. I had la den much medicine and tried several doctors without much benefit and was told that my case was incurable" disease of the heart. I hare now taken tout remedies about 6 months, with a gradual and decided improvement from the first and now feel quite well and more like'liring again. Doctoryouhavemy best wishes and my recom mend io outers, x ours Kcspecuuiir, JOIJX IIROWNFIELD Ts-ilHi TiOiltf May 9, 18G1 lir. PURIFY THE BLOOD. MOFFAT'S VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS! ASD Phoenix Bitters. THE high and envied celebrity which these pre-eminent 3lediciues have acquired for their invaluable efficacy in all the Diseases which they profess to cure, has. rendered the nsual practice .of puSlng not only un necessary, but unworthy of them In all Cases of Asthma, Acute and Chronic Rheumatism, Affection of thCBladderandKIdnVys. Lillious Fevers and Liver Complaints. In the South and West where these diseases prevail, they will be found invaluable. Planters, farmers and others, who once use these Medicines, will never after wards be without them. Billiout Colic, Serous, Looseness, Biles. CoUive--net. Colds and Coughs, Colic, Corrupt Humors, Dropnet. DiTHrxrsiA. No person with this distressing disease, , should dobiy using these .Medicines immediately. Eruptions of the Skin, Erytlpei.is. Fivkh jlxd Aour. For this scourge of the TVestera country, these Mcdi-iencs will be found a safe, speedy, and certain remedy. Uthcr medicines leave the system subject to a return of the disease; a cure by these medi cines is permanent. Try them. J3e satisfied and be enred. Fuclxksj or CojirLEiios General Debility, Gout, Giddiness, Gravel. Headache of every kind, Inward Fever, Inflamatory Rheumatism, Impure Blood, Jaundice, Loss of Appetite 3IxsnuBjiL Disuses Never fails to eradicate entire ly all the effects of Jlercury, Infinitely sooner than the most powerful preparation of sarsaparilla. JVVyii Sweats, Nenoits Complaint of all lands, Organic Affections. Pius The orlgnal proprietor or these Medidene wa4 cured of Piles of 3S years' by the use of these Life Med icines alone. PAINS in the Heaj, Side. Back, Joints and Organs. RnKCKATis-t. Those affected with this terrible dis ease, wilbe sure of relief br the Life Medicines. Rush ot Blood to the Head, Scurry, Salt Rheum, Swellings. Scrofula, or Kings' Evil In Us worst forms, XHcers of every description. (. Worcxsof kinds are effectually expelled by these Med icine. Parents will do well to administer them whenev er their extstenco is expected. Relief will be certain. The Life Pills & Phcenix Bitters FIJlUEY THE BLOOD, And thus remove all disease from the system. Prepared snd sold by DR. WILLIAM B. MOFFAT. 335 Broad mi r, corner of Anthony Street New York, For sale by all Druggists. April 101 n34jrl Map of Holmes County. THIS work is now completed and ready for delivery, and will be distributed as last as .- , . :it rfii iroeanu circuuisuuict: mu fjtrumw iuc pre sent unfortunate State of political affairs has 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 being. Wc are, therefore. compelled, rery respectfully, to urge our sub' scrilicrs to be punctual its payment, and earn' estly hopd that all our patrons trill use prompt endeavors to be prepared when Ihe maps are presented, icrreoy icnuing a Helping nana in time of nrcssinsr need. N.T3. Persons (subscribers or otherwise) can supply inemseives wim copies at any nine oy application at the Auditor's office. A.S. JAMES. Acent for H.r. Wailkg, Publisher. ilillcrsburg, U April 30. 1861. Mexican Mustang' liniment ITS wonderful effects and consequent popularity. Perhaps no article in the history of Mfrim Mtdira, ever acquirea me same patronage, was suojecioa same number of severe and different tests, and net with so lew failures as the Mostang ununeat. i "i,uV ly been styled a Panecia for all external Wounds, Cuts, Swclllngs,Spalns,BrnlMS,or eruptions ofJfsn or Beast. Physicians' aro. compelled to prescribe It: and from its remarkable effects In stubborn Lameness. Chronic Rheu matism, fcc, It has attracted the attention of the first scientific minds of the w. Jo hoose or stable should be withont it- Be careful of whom yon purchase! Vile counterfeits have been put in emulation and suppress ed by injunction. All genuine will hereafter bear the signature of O. W. VtEmMOt, Chemist, and S. D. Baaszs, Proprietor, with the words 1'Trade" "Mark in two Medallions of the Federal Currency. Tree slses. Sold Everywhere. D.S.BARXEJ May , i36l ml. Now Tort. Road Notice. NOTICE la hereby given that a pet'"" " ".J . .. .'.cnted to tho CommlssjoncrH of the county of Holmes ana state oi onio, ,,"',.'".,. 1M1. praying said Commiloners to ay out . eoauty road, situated In saw counir, i vjr ,.7.. j i- hKofl.tN,.W,lnt salTlot "o.U, out he road running norfco said ot w2? totsS. a, belonging "to" Mwa HUott; thence west Kd lane ti Interfecfthe road leading to Millers; burg and there to end. We also ask that so much of the old road as will bo rendered useless by said new roau ne tbcuwu, n.wv. --a - J . . t M .fltA.w .i.rti t wherk it mterssctsihe road at Jonthan Smith .,.. HsjT, 1M1.-31 .si h .fcWK ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! To Cask Biiyers. PropHiois Tim Fwtkaee. 500 PACKAGES ASSORTED MERCHANDISE. J. GHERRYHOIEMS I" UNITES the attention of cloae'.buyers frond all parts of the country to his Large and ell Selected Assortment of Housekeeping and general Fam ily .articles, which are offered at PA1TIO PRICES: The Stock consists in pan of Packages 0J4 Domestic Goods, Sheetings and Shirtings: Domestic Goods, Tidings and Checks. Domestic Goods; Flannel and Diaper; Domestic Goods; Carpet & Coverlid Yarn: Domestic Goods, Batting and Tovtelling; Domestic Goods, Seamless Bags cVct ALSO Staple Dry Goods, Merrimac and other Staple Dry Goods, Prints, Staple Dry Goods, 10-4, 11-4, 124 Toi Staplo Dry Goods, let Quilt Staple Dry Goods, Ripka's Caftonands Staple Dry Goods, Nankeens, Jacqaertid btaple Dry Goods, Diaper. Staple Dry Goods, Denims and Curtain Staple Dry Goods, Materials. Staple Dry Goods, Stripes, Satin,Jean cVc ALSO Dress Goods, Gro-da Rhine Black Silk; Dress Goods, Taffeta Silks. Dress Goods, Fancj Dress Silks and Foa- Dress Goods, lards. Dress Goods, Rich Embro'd Grey Goods, Dress Goods, (New J Dress Goods,- Rich Print'd Cballi andD'a Dress Goods, Laines; Dress Goods; Orgatldie,LawD,Gingh'm fec ALSO White Goods, Richardson's Irish LinerJi White Goods, Brilliant&Birds Eve Lin'n. White Goods, Sup. 7-4 and 8-4 Linen Ta White Goods, ble Dafaask. White Goods, Damask Cloths & Napkins. While Goods, Swiss Mull is Book Moslin; White Goods, Cdrtain Muslin Dimity &c ALSO Embroideries, Rich and French Setts. Embroideries, Real Lace Collar. Embroideries, Real Lace Edeines, Cain Embroideries, brie Collars. Embroideries, Swiss Collars and Bands; Embroideries, Style Linen Setts. Embroideries,- Emb'd fidk's Gaffs; Ac ALSO Men and Boys' Wear, Sup. French fe Ger Men and Boys' Wear, man Cloths. Men and Boys'. Wear, Doeskin. Cassiniore. Men and Boys! Wear, Rich Yestings snd Men and Boys' Wear, Velvet.- Men arid Boys' Wear, Jeans, Satinets and Men and Boys'-Wear, Tweeds. .Men and Boys' Wear. Pant Linen fc Cash- Men and Boys' Wear, Plow Loom and An Men and Boys'- Wear, vil Cassimere Ac. ALSO Gloves and Hosiery- Boots and Shoai; Gloves and hosiery. Mens' fe'p Roots. Gloves and Hosiery. Boois 2nd Shoes. Gloves and Hosiery. Womens Bootees, Yfio Gloves and Hxsi6ry. per pair. Gloves and Hosiery. Boots and Shoes. Gloves and Hosiery. Childr'ns 8hoes 18$e Gloves and Hosiery. per pair ALSO Shaker Hoods. Mens' Hats. Shaker Hoods. Palm Leaf Hats. Shaker Hoods. Mens' Silk Hats. Shaker Hoods. Mens' Soft Hats. Shaker Hoods. Boys' Hats, (allkinds-j . Shaker Hoods. Ch'ildrens' Hats; -ALSO Cnrpets and Carpets and Carpets and Carpels and Carpets and Carpets and Carpels and Carpets and Carpets and Carpejs and Oil Clothsj tfrossiey'sTaps'y, uu uiotng, Oil Cloths, Oil Cloths, Oil Cloths, Oil Colths, Oil Cloths, Oil Cloths, Oil Cloths, Oil Cloths, Smith's patlng'n. Lowell and Eng lish Three-ply. ThompsonT'Je Super-Superior. Hemp is Cottage Carpets. 4-4, 6-4 and 8-4 Floor OilCioths ALSO Crockery and Glassware. Looking Glasses. Crockery and Class ware. Looking Glasses. Crockery and Glass-war Looking Glasses. ALSCU Groceries, Rio, Java and Jfocha Coffee, Groceries, Oolong & Eng. Breakfast Tea. Groceries, Refined Sagars. Groceries,- Spice, Molasses, Syrup, else. ALSO- Remnant Prints, 10,000 yds. of Remnant Remnant Prints, Prints from the Print Remnant Prints, Works, vxar crxai. Remnant Prints; to8,worthl0tol2i ALSO Table Cutlery, Tubs and Paily Table and Tea Spoons, Carpet Bags; limb mbrellas. jr. CHERRYHMllMh' Millersburg, April 1891. N. B. To Casfc Bayers 6mttatfte-' menU will be Offered. Onr aim is td K-" crtTe a Prpmgt Paying trade; P'rwfu'ee" bough't. Every article will be? as nff tented