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the yearnext preceding the time of making Ench,ttemeBt.-naming-the nirty.or-parties to etcBf arid the amoujt of fine assesci by ID6 UOul MU caul UUHj-AUU Hiavtm uunjuvi of Irecogmzancei forfeited' daring tho same period, and theamonnUsollectedin each case. Sec. 2. The Clerk of the Conrt of Com mon Fleas ineach county shall report to the County Commissioners' on the-'fiht Monday in September, annually, a certified statement of the amount of fines assessed by the Court in criminal cases, during the year nest pre ceding the time of .making such statement, and also. toouht'of fe"esxoUe"cied daring the same period, naming the party or parties to each case, together with the statement of the amount of funds paid by him pursuant to law, into tho County Treasury, naming the source or Bourses from, Which such funds were derived, and he also sballpay over to the uouniy xreasurer, pursuant 10 me intra sec tion of an aot entitled "An act for the dispo sition of unclaimed costs."-nassed March 18. 1859, all unclaimed cbstain his possession, and he shall include in his statement the amount of such unclaimed costs so by him paid'into tho County. Treasury. Seo. 3. The Sheriff- of each county shall report to the County Commissioners on the first Monday in September annually, a ccrti fied statement of all fines and costs in criml nal prosecutions, collected by him on execu tion or otncrtviso, during' the yerr next pre ceding'the lima of making such' statement, and the amount of fines and costs so collect ed and'paid orer to the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, or to the County Treas urer. Seo'. 4.s 2.7 That said original sections one,. two and three are hereby repealed, and this act shall take effect on its passage. Speaker tem of House Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK. President of the Senate. Passed April 2, 1861. Passed April 2, 1861. [No. 55.] AN ACT Farther to amend '(An act to provide for tho creation.. and .regulation of incorporated companies in the State of Ohi6," passed iilay 1st, 1852, and to regulate railroad companies. l Section L Be it enacted by the Gener 9 al Assembly of the State of Ohio, That it shall not bs lawful for any railroad com pany within this State, whds road forms part of any line of railways between points com nlontbany otherline, to .contractor agree with any person, or with any other 'railroad company or companies having a 'road or line of roads, or forming a part ol a lint) of roads. between "tho samo points, not to carry freight; or passengers to or from such common points nor shall it be lawful for such company to ire fuse to receive or carry any freight or passen gers brought to it or them to be so carried. Seo. 2. When tho railroad of any company being a trunk road, shall, at or near the same $lace?conncct with or be intersected by two or more other railroads, which are compet ing lines for tho business to or from such trunk railroad, the" company operating such trunk' road shall carry passengers and freight, and shall charge and receive only the same, and no more, for transporting passengers or freight, going to or coming from each one of such.connccting or tributary roads or, line of roaos, tor nee servico rendered,' as lor an other. Seo. 3. Each and every railroad company in this State shall ship all freights that may come within its control by. the railroad or railroads over which the same may have been ordered-to be conveyed by the shipper there-1 of i and any railroad company whose agent or agents shall knowingly divert, orperimtto bo". uiveriuuauy jruguig luafcuiay cuuic unuernis or their control,- from the railroad or railroads oyer which the same may havo been ordered to bo conveyed as aforesaid, shall forfeit and pa'yto the railroad 'company or companies from which said freights' have been so divert-' od, three times the amount received for trans porting such freights, and such sgent or agents shall bo deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof, shall.be fined not moro than 'ono hundred" dollars, or imprisoned in the county jail not more than thirty days. or t0 th, at the discretion of the court: Pro. Tided, that the-provisions of this act shall in. no way, interfere with any ; lawful obligations; uereioiore entered into oy any raiiroaa com pany , Sec. 4. On complaint' of the' violation of any of the provisions of this act, by petition as in- other actions, the observance of the same may be enforced by injunction, and the party so violating said provisions, or' any of tnem, snail be liable in damages to tho per- suu vi viuauy lujuicu, iut ,mu injur sus tained in consequence thereof. Snc. 5 This act Ito take effect and be in force from and, after its passage' ' ED. A. PARROTT. Speaker pro tem. the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK. President of the Senate. Passed April 11, 1861. Passed April 11, 1861. [No. 56] AN ACT To Encourage and Secure the Safe-keeping of tha"Publib Arms in the hands of Volunteer Companies. Sectiojt 1. Be it enacted by the Gen eral Assembly of the Stale of Ohio, That each company of the Ohio volunteer militia which" has given,, or' shall "hereafter give,' bonds for public arms, and otherwise com-' plied with the laws' and regulations govern ing such companies and. the.issuo of public arms, shall, for the caro of said arms, and the rent of armories required by law, bo. .entitled toreceive annually Ato dollars ftreach uni formed member of said company, under the provisions and limitations, hereinafter estab lished. , Sec 2. That the, commandant of compa nies shall, on or before th e flrst.day of April of each year,- furnish the Adjutant-General with the name and post-office address of each uniformed member of said company, and re port each addition to said company within ono month after such new member is uni-formcd- Sec, 3. That tho commandants of compa nies" shall record and report in their returns required by law all attendances at legal days of. muster, all ninexcused absentees, all ar rearages in respect to statutory flees, all abuses of the public arms, and. all cases of intemperance when o'n duty, the samo, to be embodied in the annual report, of tho com mandant 'ol brigade, and to be forwarded on or before .November .1, of each year to the Adjutant-General. Said report shall specify all deaths and remo.yals, and..whether the in terest of tho State will 'bo subserved by the retention by said company of, arms for the coming year. -Sec. 4. That the AdinlantGetieral ihall checkoff all names not found upon his books' ell deaths and removals, all delinquents in respects of statuary.fines, all. who have been twice absent without excuse from lcea! mim. ters, all reported as in temperate on a dav of puuucuuy, inaui ,uu a ianu .reported tor amuro ana neglect oi rno;puuuc arms in their charge, and the sum or nvedoiiats allowed by the flrsvaecuon shall not bo paid in respect to the name's so checked off. Sec- 5. That the! Adjutant-General shall certify to to tho Governor tho amount to which each 'company is entitled, and upon" fiicn certificate, indorsed by the-Governor, tho' Auditor' -Of Stato shall draw his warrant' forthe amount, K- iflEcv'eTlsat'the money so certified shall bo drawn by tha commandants of companies, or their authorized -agents;-and be paid into the oompany treasury, to bo laid out int the caravjf arnW; the' rent of rooms .'and tfio oth-i er expense to which each' company lis legally Euojecied. -rroYjueu,aflai;wuero regiment al Organizations havo been effected, said ree- iment, i(Jofficers Md-Ueasurers, phall enjoy all fhe"prtvileges and "rights which herein peiong to a singlo;detgcbed company.- ti Seo. 7. That it shall' be deemed a misdo- moanor, under the act of March 7, 1685, de fining grand-larceny, lor any person know ing ionics false return and procaro.the money thereon,"' ,'' . -ScjS.. Tht:nhWvmmrti'fiiill1iJin' mudnl bifojepvembor 1st ,qf , each ,year;i a"d,, in . cWth'o' number,theh'rbportod'by.'lho Adjri-'. HHnneimi'naii'no'szoeea uie aggregato of six thousand mon by moro than forty men or one c'ompanjthOotaUnnnfberlo report-, ed shall be the number entitled to tbe bene, fits of this act, and shall be paid in the, order of their organization. As soon as practica ble after tbe passage of thislct, the Adjutant General shall report to the Commander-in-chief theTBumbcref existing organized and uniformed companies of the volunteer militia, and their aggregate of officers and -men, and the -new companies shall bo constituted of infantry, cavalry or artillery, as the best inter ests of the service in the judgment of the commander in-chief require. And upon the passage of this act the Commander-in-chief shall apportion through tho State the compa nies to make said aggregate' of sik thousand men, substantially "as follows, viz . To coun ties having a population of 100,000, inhabi tants and upward, not to exceed two regi ments of intantry, taking the minimum com pany standard of forty men as a basis ; to counties having a population of 10,000 inhab itants and less than 100,000 not to exceed one regiment of infantry ; to counties having a population of 40,00 ihabitants and less than 60,000, hot to exceed a battalion of five com panies of infantry ; to counties having a pop ulation of 30,000 and less than 40,000, not to exceed a battallion of three companies; and to other counties in proportion to num bers and density of population, based upon the census of 1SC0, and in ruch manner as to secure regimental or battalion organizations in each of the divisions so far as practicable ; and provided, that after tbe 1st af April, 18G1 when the returns contemplated by this act are received by the Adjutant-General, in case no county has organized its maximum num ber of companies, and applications arc made for tho organization of additional companies in counties not having a full, battalion organ ization, snch additional companies'may be so organized until a complete battalion is form ed. Sec. 9.In the return of artillery compa nies, consisting of a full complement of twen ty men, if the company and other legal pa rades have been made, with a full comple ment tif horses, as well as men, such compa ny shall receive the sum allowed to the mini mum number of men necessary for an infantry company; and in propoition, if their num bers are less than twenty men, to meet the increased expense incidental to the caro of cannon, rent of armory and gnn room, and the care of small arms to them issued. Sec. 10 This act shall take effect on and from its passage ED. A. PARROTT. Speaker pro tem. the House of Representatives. ROBERT C. KIRK. President of the Senate. Passed April 12, 1861. Passed April 12, 1861. [No. 57] AN ACT Supplementary to the tct passed May 3, 1852. to provide for tho organization of cities and incorporated villages. Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gen eral Assembly of the. State of Ohio, That tbe Council of any incorporated village, which at tho last Federal census had a population of .not less than two thousand inhabitants, shall have power to purcbase'a site and to erect and maintain a village prisor, and for the pur chase' of tho sito and the.ercctioD of tbe prison they may, for not moro than three years levy a tax not exceeding ono mill on the dollar valuation of the taxable property of said vil lage.. The prison to be in keeping and con trol of the villaso Marshal, under such rules and regulations as the Council shall prescribe. It shall be his duty to provide all persons confined therein with necessary food during their confinement, and the cost thereof, not exceeding twenty-fivo cents per day to each person, to bo paid out of the treasury and taxed In tho bill of costs. The Council, may, by ordinance, provide for tho keeping of per sons, convicted, and sentenced to hard labor, daring the term of thiir imprisonment, at such placo or places within the.corporatian as the said Council may .determine, , t Skc; 2. That Council of every such incorr porafed villages shall havo power to provide by ordinance for. tho summoning and impan neling of juries by the Mayor of the village ; snch juries shall have the qualifications of juries in the Court of Common Pleas, Jurors and witnesses in all prosecutions before tho Mayor for violations of tho village ordinances shall receive the same' the same fees that are allowod by law in civil actions before justices of the ceace ; thefecs af tbe Mayor andilar- shal in such cases shall be provided for by ordinance, all of which fees in case, of convic tion; shall he taxed against the parties con victcd ; and in case of acquittal (hall)be taxed against the village, and (except the lees of the Mayor and Marshal) shall be paid out of the village treasury upon the certificate of tho Mayor. The Mayor shall have exclusive ju risdiction in all prosecutions for the viola tions of the village ordinances, with full pow er to hear and. detesniinc the same, where jury is not demanded, in cases where it may be properly claimed, he may award and issue any process that may be necessary to enforce the administration ol right and justice through out the village, and for the lawful exercise of his jurisdiction, according to the usages of law. Sec. 3. That the council of any incorpo rated village having tho population named in the first section of this act, shall have power to provide by-ordinanco for tbe punishment of persons disturbing tne good order and quiet of .tho village, by clamor and noise in tbe night season, by intoxication, drunken ness, fighting, using obscene and profane lan guage in the streets or other public places, to the annoyance of its citizens, or otherwise violating the public peace by indecent and disorderly conduct or by lewd and lascivious behavior: and they shall have power, in like manner, to provide' for tho punisnmcnt of dis turbers of tbe peace, common prostitutes, pick-pockets; burglars and thieves, watch- stutTers, and persons practicing' any trick or game,, with intent to swindle, .and per sons who abuse their families ; and such pun ishment may be either by imposing and col lecting fines, or by imprisomentat hard labor. or both, at the discretion of the court. Pro vided, that no such person shall bo fined for a singlo.ollensc to exceed fifty dollars, and that such imprisonment at hard labor for the first offense shall not exceed thirty days; and for tho second or any further repetition of tbe same offense, not exceeding sixty days. They shall have power to provide that all persons who shall lcfnso orlieglet to pay tho fine imposed on conviction of any offense, together with the costs of prosecution, shall be imprisoned and kept at bard labor, until, at the rate of one dollar for "each day's labor, exclusive of Sundays, they shall have earned an amonnt equal to such fines and costs, but not to exceed tho timo above named. Thev shall also have power to mako suitable regu lations to conduct such labor to tho best ad vantage and in a manner consistent with tho proprieties duo to ago and sex, and a just re gard to tho health of tho Drisonors. Src. 4. This act to take effect and bo in force irom and alter its passage. RICHARD C. PARSONS, Speaker House of ROBERT C. KIRK. President of the Senate. Passed April 10, 1861. OFFICE THE SECRETARY OF STATE, COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 1st, 1861. I certify that the foregoing acts are truo copies from tho Original "Rolls on filo in this othco. COLUMBUS, Ohio, March 1st, 1861. A. P. RUSSELL, Secretary of State. AUDITOR'S OFFICE, AUDITOR'S OFFICE, Holmes County, O., June 26, 1861. I Q, F. Newton, Auditor of Holmes pourity; Ohio, do hereby certify that "the loregoing laws aro correctly copied from tho olhcial G. F. NEWTON, Auditor. June 6, 1861. New Meat Market! THE nndmlfuei rtspectfullr Inform: the public thtf tl)rbtT commenced In UUlenbnrf, tbt BUTCHERING BUSINESS in ali.itjTriouj bnuiehei. Br farulefcfnflc rood meat at fair Diicef, therfcope to receiva a 1J Urafafe.ua of pnblU patronage. " QIimi if 4li-9ttamiii4 AnnntWn 3 . fl nt4 alivn May 22, 1891.-40. SIT.N'CTR It KEED. GBEAT-ARRIVAL -OF- HARDWARE! - At Millersburg, OhicL HEIBROISr Sc SOST hare jastrecelred at their Store,-UrgeJU)d superior stock of Hard ware, Iron, X&il,Catlerr.Gl&5, Window Sash, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Ami la abort, ertrjililnj nyoallr kept in a Hardware Store; to. which tlie. inrlte public attention. Their stock isoirplete embracing in the Hanlirarcline, n-l has brn earefullj selected from tbe befit markets, rromif ing to du-ose of their stock at unprecedented Thf J rfpctnillj olicit a share of public patronage. t3Tlifj arc agents for the Kirbr Reaper and Mow cr.and for uthtr llafhiaes. li'EBKOX SOX. April IS, 1S51.-C3 SUGAR CANE SEED. 30 POUNDS, Of the same kind kept last year, which all grew and yielded well. Just received at the Book Store. size of glass. 10 "by 14, PLENTY AT THE BOOK STORE. MRS. WliVSIiOW, An experienced Nnrse and Female rhysieian, presents u luesLLcniion oi moment, er SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHILVBEN TEETHING. f Ilicn creatly facilitates the process of tecthin?, IT hjr softening the gnmF, refuting all inflaming will allajr AM. L'ALx and smasmodic action and is SURE TO ItEGUtATE THE BOWELS, Depend npon it, motherf. It will sire rest to yourselves ami RELIEF AND HEALTH T Y UB INFANTS. TTehare put tin and sold tins articlefor overten years. and CAN' SAY.'IN" CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH ofit, what we- hare never been able to say of any othermed Icine NEVER HAS IT FAILED. IN A SINGLE IX STANCE, TO EFl-ECT A CURE when timely used. Never did we know an instance of disaffection by any one wuo uscu iu un ine contrary, an arc aeiignlcd with its operation?, and speak in terms of commendation of its magical effects and medical Tirtues. We speak m maiwr-HiiAi r uu , aner ten years experience, AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOR THK FULFILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERE UE- CLAKE. In almodt-every instance where the infant is suffering from piin and exhaustion, relief will bo found in miccn or twenty minutes alter tuc syrup is admlniS' tered. ThU valuable nrenaration is the nrcscrintion of one n: the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NCRSES in New England, and has been used with NEVER FAILING SUCCESS in THOUSAND OF CASES. It not only relieves the'chiH from pain, bat invigor ates the stomarh auU bowels, corrects aiidity, and gives energy to tbe whole system. It will almost Instantly reliete ' " Gnping in (he Bowehy and Wind Colic and OTcrcome convusion. whirh. If not sreedilv rem' edied. end In ' death.. Tfe belie it the BEST and SUREST REMEDY IN THE "WORLD, in all cases o DYSENTARV and DIARRHffiA IN CHILDREN whether it arises from teething;, or from any other causes, wo wouia say to every mother who has child, snffennjr from any of tbe foresoiosr com- ulaints DO NOT let your prejudices, nor tho preju dices of other, stand between voit and your child, and tbe relief that will be SURE yes, ABSOLUTELY SURE to follow the use of this medicine, if timely oied. Full directions for using will accompony each bottle. None renuine unless the facsimile of CUTIS & PERKINS, New York, Is on the ontsido wrapper. Said by Druggists throughout the world. Principal Office, 13 Cedar Street, New Yor!c PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE. FOR SALE AT TIIE BOOK STORE. MILLERSBURG, OUI0. Feb. 21, 1861 27 tf J O YOU WANT WHISKERS 1 DOTOTJWAKT WHISKERS? DO YOU WANT AJIOUSTACHE? 'DOiY.OU WAJTT A SIOUSTCHE? BELtIiGIIAITr.S CELEBRATED . STIMULATING ONGUENT, For the Whiskers and Hair. TTIK subscribers tate pica are, in announcing to the Citizens of tho United State's, that they hares ob tained the Agency for, and are novr enabled to offer to tbe American Republic, tho ahore justly celebrated and world renowned article. Tho Stimulating: Onguent la prepared by Dr. C. P. Bellisgiiajt; an eminent phy tician ol Londonand is warranted to bring out a iuick " WHISKERS OR MOUSTACHE in from three to six weeks. This article is the only ono oi tne kind used by the French, and in London and r a ris it is in universal use. ItU a beautiful, ecomical, soothingy yet stimulating compound, acting as if by magic upon tho roots, canting a oeauuiuigrowtu oi laxuriant uair. ji appiiea 10 me ficalpflt nill cure baldness, and causo to spring up In place of the bald spots a Sue growth of new hair. Ap plied according to directions it will turn red or towy dark, and restore gray hair to its original color, tearing it soft, smooth, and flexible. The' "0.vukst" is an in- dispenslble article in erery gentleman's toilet, after one week's vibe they would not for any consideration be without it. The subscribers are the only Agents for tha article in tne United States, to whom all orders mast be addressed. Price One Dollarabox for sale by all Druggists and Dealers; or a box of theOxGrEXT" (warranted to hare the desired effect) will be sent to any who desire it, by man (uirecij, securely pacKeu, on receipt oi price ana postage, $1,13. Apply xo our asiureps HORACE L IIEOEHAX & CO., druggist, ic., 24 William Street, New York. FOB SALE AT THE BOOK STORE, Feb. 23, 1861 2-;. Important to Farmers; Farriers and Horsemen. Celclirateu garsc liniment IS WARRANTED to cure or remove allthe fol lowing named diseases of the horse, such an Sjjavint, Ringbone, Splint, Curbs, and WHndgalls, or any outer lamps or towellings, that mar arise on tbe horse fromanr cause -whatever. orwuercvenocaiea, it nas also ncen said oy thoso wno naTenscmuc j.imment inatit will cure i'oU-wi and Fisubi,ir applied In time. En-Givo it a trial, and if after usintr it according to directions, you are not satisfied as to Us efficacy, return the bottloand we will refund your inency. SOLD BY J. If. RAIFF, DRUGGIST, MILLERSBURG, OHIO, Oct27,lS59-10tf NEW GROCERY & PROVISION STORE GEOEOE WOIiP haspnrchascailic Crocorjand .... rrovklon Store of John Stoll. and roceired Inad- wuuu larreio a largo stock of Family Groceries and Provisions every kind. We inrlte snodal attonUon to bit :kof TEAS, COFFEE, r of all grades and prices, MOLASSES, SYRUPS, 6tC, agrcattarletyat low prices.. Fruits, Jfutif Tobacco, Cigars, Cheese, Urackers, Jfish, tnd other trtlcloi that H would take a column to onu mtrat.. Tht hlrhit Drice will be Data for all kinds of country product., ,. Call and See for Yourselves A toilette mber tha rlace: Iho rooms hreiofore oa- eupiedbr John 8 to II- Juno 21. 1600 Mff t a Blood Fills; and Blood Parifier. PHARMACy.X DR. ROBACK'S "TTTHENTR.KonjiCK, the celebrated Swedish Phrri- 1 1 cian. introduced his Blood Purifier and Blood Pills iu the United States, he set forth in plain language their curatire properties. Ibia was years aro. The task ol recoramendinghcni ha& f lace Ucn taken out of kxtAaiuU. Enlifhtenen men wbosecharctor for sound judzmcnt and philosophy sires theiropiuious weight in tbe community, mon wno ousprrc, reneci, anu in-iKe assurance aouuiy snr before thev decide are everywhere approving ar.d urpinp; the ue of thee wonderful Prctaration.. All who con tide in the wUdora and honesty of this cla.5, or who choce to inrcptiate for thcmselrcs are now el one mind on this important subject. The evidence in the possession of Dr. Robark, which is at all tiint'6 accessible to the publica,cstab!i&hes the lollowing Facts : That the BLOOD rURIFIEIt and BLOOD PILLS hare been proved by anaiytis to Contain no mineral; That they cure the almost nnirersal complaint, Dyspepsia wit'i uncrrinir ccrtaintv. and in a verr short time. That after all other medicines hare proved useless, they relieve I..Ivcr Complaint, and restore the health and strength of the sufferer. That Sick Females. who have lanrnished for years in helpless weakness and despondency, recuperate with great rapidity under their invigorating operation. That all sexutl disabilities are removed by their cordial and gentle stimulating proper- ties. That they recruit Shattered Constitutions, however they may have been trilled with and abused; that their direct tendency is to lengthen lite anu render it en joyable. That operating directly upon the peuon cf dis ecseittthc blood,thcj Cause Soon to Ileal, and dischnnre from the system, every t int of Scrofula, wneiuer liercuiiary or oucr ise. inaituey Recruit tlic JDcbilltntcd, and that there is no disease of the Stomach and Bowels, the liver, the nervous system, mo skin, the glands or muncies Arising from Impurities or Obimcilons of me iiiooa or accretions which they do not give prompt relief, and (if ad ministered before the very 'citadel o( life has been in vaded.) effect a p in lees and perfect cure. Hear iu mind that tbe Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills areendorsedby the experience of thousands ofliv- ing witnesses, who in letters, affidavits, medical words, and by word of, mouth, proclaim tbemto be tbe very best preparation of the kind ever oITercd to tbe broken down victims ot ill Health, lhvy hunt disease tnrougn everj avenue and organ ofthesystcm,andto expel itthorough lv and ncrmanentlr. No one can doubt their superiority after one single trial they are nrt only better but,In fact, cheaper than ony othar Pills, for it takes a less number of them to pro duce a better effect. Trice t the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Purifier, 1 per bottle, or $5 per uaii dozen, ui tne scanuinnvian Voire table Blood Pilli.25 cents per box, or Sboxtafor $1 Kcad Dr. Robacks SpecLil notices and Certificates, pub lished in a conspicuous part of this Paper frfm timete time. Dr.Roback's Medical Almanacand family Adviser, con tnininrv n rr mat tarietv" of intcrcstin!T and valuable Mcdi cal information, can be had gratis of any of his Agents throughout the country. In difficult and complicated cases, Dr. Roback may be consulted personally or ty letter enclosing one stanp for tne reply. A NEW ARTICLE Dr. Roback's..Stoinach Bitters. A new and delightful Stomachic orTordial. for rhlni tone to the Stomach, and the prevention of bilious com plaints incident to tbe Western couutrr. Trr it. As & morning drink, to assist digestion and relieve dyspepsia, it nas no equal, l ty tu In flavor it Is scperioic to all other Bitters. Try it The formula of these Bitters, now f 1SG1 ) the sole nro- perty of Dr. Roback, orriginated with one of tho oldest ana most eminent Jiemcal rractitioners or the West, and it is directly predicated upon the wants of Western people. The bitters derive their stimulus from the powerful iuuit uaiutB ui uic ruuui auu ueru-f ii wnica luey are composeu, anu as incj- are, uy auaying unnatural crav ings oi mo &tomacn,mreciiy promotive ol TITIPUANC, tbs present proprietor believes that in making them widely known tbe public welfare ii Miberved. It will soon be for said by all of Dr. Roback's numer ous Accnts. and at Hotels. tc- the countrv over. In tbe meantime, orders will be filled direct from Cincinna ti in any quantity, and at the Ion est rates. It is put up in quart bottles, and securely packed in one dozeu cases. Half doz. sample cases, will, however, be packed and sent iu auy auurx'w, it uee ireu. Retail Price. $1 ncr bottle, or tiv for Principal office andhalesroom, Ko.6Est Fourth street buiiumg irom Jiain street, uincinnati, Ohio. Labor atnrv. o.3J Hammond street. For SalO in Holmes county by H. Yerein, Millm- burg; J.Rudy, Berlin; Jas. Hanna, Holmesvile; G. Ger br, Winesburg; II. Pomercnc, iliddletown; J. C. Long shore, Nashville; H. Beidlcr, Lakcvillo; Jos PIaty,SaI tillo; G. W.Conyer, Osfbrd; Aaron Keim, Carlisle; and by Druggists and llarchants generally thtoughoutthe union. -April 11. 1801 34 O. SECHRIST'S HAIR RESTORATIVE! THE BEST PREPARATION KNOWN FOR THE HUMAN HAIR. 11 ILL restore white or gray hair to its orig- 1 I 1U31 color. Will restore the natural secretions. Will remove 'at'once 'all itching. "Will remove all dandruff. Will make lh hair soft anil glossy. Will make th- old appear young again. Will preserve their hair to old asc. Will always lasten it, and stop its fallingand is uneoi ioc ucsuoiiei articles m use. Eead the following Certificate. Of Judge D. R. Tilden, who is well known throughout Northern Ohio. Clevelaxd, July II, 1859. jjicssrs. niiicr ami taeGUnst: l have UaU a bottler of your Hair Rcstorrtive. I obtained it to prevent my hair from fnllincoff, not sunnoS' ing that it would restore the color, my hair bc inK very gray.buMo my, very hseat surprise it has not only prevented my hair from falling, but uas resxoreu uio us natural color. Iliad an aversion to being gray, and had made use of Wood's, Mrs Allen's and other Hair Dyes, but without success. 1 have no hesitation in savfne that this pre- iparanouui voursjs jar, vemrar, superior loanv uingoi me xinu now in incmarKer. Will yon please send me a gallon of the Re sti.rativo by Express, arid the price, and I will send yon the money by mail. Yours truly, UAH 'ii 11. TlL,UEIi . Prepared by HELFER t SECHRIST. Akron, O. For sale at the BOOK STORE, Millersburg, O. JNov. la, 'bU 14 AIT IMPORTANT DISCOVERril For the enre of CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS.COUGHS & COLDS. TIIE MAKORA ARABIC A WSCOVEtED Br X MISSIONARY WHILE TRAVELING IN ARABIA. A IX who are Buflerinfr from Consumption should use the MAKORA ARABICA. discovered by a mlwiona ry in Arabia. All who are threatened with Consumption should nso the HAKOItA ARABICA, dbcororcdbr a mlssioniirr In Arabia. All who are suuerinz from Soro Throat. rn--nH Co Up, should nse the Makora Arabica, discovered by a missionary in Arabia. All who are iuiicrlnir from Asthma. Scrofula and im purities of the Blood should use tho Hakora Arablea, discovered by a misFionary in Arabia. it cures uonsumpiion. It cures Bronchitis It cures Asthma, ScrofuIa,and impurities, of the Blood This ancqualcd remedy is now for the flrat timo Intro ducsd to the public It was providentially discovered br a mlsslonarr whila rave line; in Arabia, lie was eared of Consumption by its use after bin case was pronounced hoptlesa by learn ed phvsiclans in Europe. He has forwarded to us in writing, a full account of his own extraordinary cure, and of a number of other cures which have come under his observation, and also full account of the medicine. At his rcanest. and Impelled br a desire to extend knowledge of this remedy to the public, we have had his communication printed in pamphlet form for fre distribution. It interest Is onbaoced by an account which he gives of some of tho scenes of the Sjrrlan in as sacrcs, which he obtained from those who suffered la thst awful traced. , mis pamphlet nav be obtained at otir m n It -m be sent free brmall toall who apply for It. We Import the MAKORA ARABICA direct from Smyr na through the house of Cleon & Gjllppns, and we hart always on hand full supply put up la bottles ready for use with full directions. t'rlca one dollar dollar per bottlo- Sent by mall, on 24 cent for postage, holesalo una retail by receipt oljprlce.Miu or tale wholesale r.?ETis. tiTf.mn-av Importers r Drug and niodleluetw also.-hy druggists gene'Liy; April I,It91 Mtf G01IE TOf CRORY & CRAIGBIM'S NEW Ul u h cb TO BU," WHFIREyou can get them all right In every way. PonH be bnmbnged any longer by pedlar who are cam in stoves ovtr the country, that are all scrap iron stuck together, and cry poorly atuck at that. Comeherc joucan getstovea that are all new Iron, and made at the best store works ia tho world; and whenyoa get a btove you get almost the price of it in trimming. ALL WORK WARRANTED, or no sale. Brass, Copper, Sheet Iron, Pressed and Japanned ware, on hand at all time, and for n.nl? wholwile and retail SPOTJTUTG doe on a nw i,lani wlilch i juitrior to all others. All kind of trade tak-n In ex change for .ork or ware. ilcCKOKY i: CIIAIUUEAD. Ang.23, 1S59 vlnlll. r r n 70 CP 7Q O o UR. STOVES! S. E. WETEICH & BRO., Sealers in English, German and American HARDWARE, Jrihihjing?, 0il Glofljg, &c. MILLERSBURG OHIO ALL RIHCT NOW. The throng that fo lone;, Has been solngall wrong, Arc now Buying their Hardware of WCirlcn& uro. Onr goodsare all new And the prices riht too, At the Store of S. Weiricli &. Brother. So follow the throng That are hurrjingalonc; To the Store of Weirich & Brother. TVhichUfullfmm the floor to the shelves Of Iron, Pitch Forks, Whetstones and Ax hclres. Just look at the Sore of Wcirich & Bro. So follow the thronjr That are hurrj ing along For Hardware to Wcirich & Brother., Look at the "lushing" And avoid the "pressing," But follow the throng That are hurrjlng along, To bay their Hardware, Glass,Nails &c, of Weiricli & Brother. June 0,1850 12tf THE UNION TO BE SAVED. ' ,iOR the purpose of saving the Union the undersiorn- S2 ed will raise a fund by selling his entire stock of good', consisting of BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER A FIiVBIJFGS. From now until the first of -April at first cost, auction prices or anything lean get. I dothUto make room for an entire new Block of goods to commence tbe spring trade. -To raue dcr Union sating fund gross Ir-f nouglC I would request those indebted to me by note or book account to come along and par' "me a little on what they owe. I inuat have money. 1 am in debt and mtint par. C. II ATT. Feb. 14,1861-26 GROCERY STORE. QODFREY ITNElt li.ii removed Lis Grocery and Provision Store, To the Rooms formerly occupied by Fry's Jewelry Store. ma good are of tbevery betqnality,carefully select ed and will be sold on Short Profits. All who wantto buy the best quality ot GROCERIES should call. C. IT. E U. April 20, 1SC0. n37tf TZPJLJD "5TOTT? DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DSD YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU Go in to Cook's to see hi ' NEW STOCK "WATCHES. It i' decidedly tho largest a.nd best stock of this kind ever brought to Millcrsbarg. GO IN TO C00K?S and sec his new stock of CLOCKS? If not, go at once. GO INTO COOK'S to see what a MA GJriFICEJTT C H EAP JJSWJSLPlY, he has juit received. DID YOU DID YOU KorciubcrS, 18S0. GO TO COOK'S AT ONCE. O.I,. COOK. Watches! Watches! Watches! SEES IMPORTED WATCHES Made to' order for SEE A. B. FRY, Those watches are see An Extra Article! Thoro aro SEE NO JOBBERS' PROFITS ADDED to their cost. SEE; Also, a Larj SEE OTHER STYLES, together with SEE $ Clocks. Jewelry. Silver-Ware r SEE N o:tions! which will N sold SEE CheaDci- fhnn ik Chaafjffsf elaewhoro. Call ana sea them, 8EE ' few doors East of Koch's Corner. Mlllcr8borff, Ohio, March M, 1SS1 12 - r DE. J. E. KAUT, Druggist & Apothecary, DEALEIt IX rUKC Phannace7ticanjrcparaiionsofStanchrdStrcngtt, Pure Wines and Liquors, Surgical Instruments, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, I amUhcs, etc., etc., RESPECTFULLY invites tbe consideration of the medical profusion and familits to his comnleto and raried assortment of all articles usually kept In such an establishment. The character of the stock Is of the first quality ruysicians and families tavonng him with theirpat- ronage, may confidently relvupon receivmjr medicines hich will not Hisamioint them at the leLiide of tbe sick. Every article Icainir this establishment U war ranted strictly as represented, and w ill bo carefully put up anu accurately i.-viwicu. Physicians In the countrr. wh mar bo unable to mafic tneir purcua5cs in person, will tind It to their ad vantage xo orucr. Empire Hotel Block, .3I1LLERSLUJIG, OHIO April 7, 1859-S31y SEWXN:G MACHINE. WEST & WILSON'S Patent Double Tlireacl amilij Seining Hadpe, Patented June 29th 1858. PRICE, FRO JI $30,00 TO $50,00, According to style; unequalled for'SpeeV, Ueauty; Durability ot stitch and economy in price.. This truly celebrated Machine to ok, tho first premium at tho Ohio State Fair, held at Sandusky, Sept. 16,1858, also, at every County Fair in the State where the same was exhibited. No machine has ever been o He red to the public com bining .so many excellencies as the West & Wilson ma chine. An impartial examination will convince the most skeptical of that fact. Sendfora circularcontiining'full particulars ofpriccs, testimonials, illustration of stitch, &c. A.11 letters of Inquiry, orders for machines circulars, samples of work, will receive prompt attention by ad dressing L.G. ItLINN", Gen. -Agent, Or, r.CUUlIIXGS.TraT.Agent, P. 0. address, Sullivan, Aahland ConU. tT Machines warranted and fall direction given for using with nt extra charge. 23s" We have an excellent Ile-amer that can be at tached to our machine for those who may desire. Certificates, We, the nnderslzned citizens of Wooster. TYavne county, Ohio., hate used West & Wilson's FamilrSew- Ing Machine in our families, and cheerfully recommend me same lor a umuy aewing Jiacntne. si eai jicLoy, U. A. Lrandal, B. Barrett, B. J. Jones, Ohio F. J one?, George Wilcox, JohnP Jeffrie , S.R. Bonewitz. May 24, 1SG0. 40tf L. G. B. FARM FOR SALE. rjlIIE undersigned will sell at a bargain.' A FIRST CLASS FARM Of 167 acies, situated 11 miles south-vest of TVoostcr. 100 Acres Cleared. And in a good state of cultirttion. GOOD ORCHARD, Sec, johx g. DicnAir; Fredcricksborg, Jan. SI, 186124 THE BEST COOK STOVE IS TIIK BfttLUftfilTf BECAUSE It Bakes Perfect, Good Draft,. Doors fit Close, Joints fit Tight. Plates are hcavr, No Wood Wasted, Always a Supply of hot water, Superior Roiling Arrangements. Took the 1st Premium at last Fair. Fruit dried and Victuals lent without burning them. IS SOLD CSEAP And has other good qualities without number. ILSBewaro of imitations, formanr wln.pl, tntmt. tate, tut call and see the genuine at tbo Big Coffee I'ot. W2I. BRAY, Solo.tsent. Oct. 13. 'SO RETTBERG &HA.USMANN, laror.TEnsor asd dealers is Fancy Goo ds ToySjBaskets, YANKEE NflTTDNS lilies' Dress Trimmiass, Hosiery,, Zephyr and Sbcllind W, EMBKOIDEllIKS, And everything vtuallu kept in a Eanci Store, 2K!SUrEHI0RST, CLEVELAND, 0. Anotrn ukttbers, - - - RCDOLm lurSXAXX NOTICE. THIE subscriber begs leave to say to tboso cn- j- gagcit tn bugar Uano raising that they can be nccommoilatcil with NO. 1 MILLS on short notice, nnil reasonable terms, at tho aicam rounury, Jlillcrsburg, Ohio. Also, that celebrated composition FARM BELL. that has been selling for Bovcn dollars, can be hail at tho Steam Foundry fur five dollars. ti iA J. 11. V AN I1R00KLIN'. July 14, 17lf FAMILY BIBLES. TJi.E rt.,V.'1Bd hnt printed, and cheapest lot of received ''"before offered la Millersburg, Just AT THE BOOK STORK Corns and et them t satlrfj jourulL Scrofula, br:Ens;Evil, is a constitutional, disease, a corruption of. the blooa;: by -which 'this fluid becomes, vitiated, weak, and poor. .Being in. theTcirculatton,if pervades the whole bodyJ :and.may. burst uut m disease on any. part of it. Koorjaa is fires from its attacksvndr,is there one .-which it pay, not destroy. The scrofulous tainyariouslj; caused by mercurial discaseIpxr ltyin dis ordered or unhealthy food, unpure-'air, 'filth and. filthy habits, the depressing vices,-.nd; above all, by the venereal infection. tAVhat cver be its origin, if is hereditary in tlie con stitution, descending ,rfrom parents to children unto" the third and fourtk generation ; '' indeed," it seems to be the rod otMIim who' says, 'II will( visit the, iniquities of the -lathers upon their children." , . lis effects commence by deposition from thtf blood 'of corrupt or'ulcerous, matter, 'jvhichj'&I the lung?; liver, and internal organs,' is termed tubercles; in the glands, swellings; .and on the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses the energies "of life, so that scrofulous constitu tions not only suffer from scrofulous com plaints, but they have far less power to with stand the attacks of other diseases conse quently vast numbers perish by disorder which, although not scrofulous in theicnatufcV are still rendered fatal by tliis taint in thef 6ystem. Most of the consumption wliich do cunates the human family has its origin directly in this scrofulous contamination; and. many destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys,'brainj and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from of are aggravated by the samo cause. One quarter of all our people arc scrofulous i their persons are invaded by this lurking in fection, and their health is. undermined by'it. To cleanse it from the'system we must reiiovattf the .blood by an alterative medicine; and in vigorate it by healthy food and exerciser Such a medicine wo supply in AYEE'S Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla. the most effectual remedy wliich the. medical skill'of our times can deviae for thia every where prevailing and fatal malady. Itis com bined from the most active remedials that have been discovered for the expurgation of. this foul disorder from the blood, and the. rescue of tho system from its destructive consequences. Hence it should be employed for tho cure of not only Scrofula, but also those other' affec tions which arise from it; such as EnurntJl and Skin Diseases, St. AxTuosv'a .Fni, Rose, or EisTsircus, Pimvi.es, Eustctes, Blotches, Suiks andBoii.s',TuMotts, TETrin and Salt Rxieux, Scald Head, Brad worst, Rheumatism, SvrniLiTic and Mehcuumx Dis eases, Duorsr, Dyspepsia, Deiulitt, and, indeed, all Comi-laijts.aiusino rnou vitia ted oe Imtcke Blood. The popular belief in " impurity of the blood" is faunded in truth; for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. Tho particular purpose and virtue of tliis Sarsapa rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid, without which sound health is impossible in contaminated constitutions. ' Ague Cure, FOE. THE SPEED! CUBE OT Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Duns Ague, Periodical Headache, or Bilious Headache, and Bilious Fevers, Indeed for the whole class of dlscnses originat ing In Miliary derangement, caused by the Alalarla of Sllasmatlc- Countries. v7e are enabled here' to offer tha community a remedy which, while it cures .the above complaints with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts where these afflicting disorders prevail. IMs "Core" expels the miasmatic poison of Fetes axd Ague from the system, irad prevents the dt velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only the best remedy ever yet discorered for this elas of complaints, but also the cheapest. The large quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within tie reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where TEYEIt and Acce prevails, every body should havo it and use it freely both for cure and protec tion. A great superiority of, this remedy .over any other ever discovered for, the speedy and certain cure of Interrcittents is that it contains no Quinine or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or other injurious cliects whatever upon the constitu tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if they had never ha'd.the disease. , Fever and Ague. is not alone the consequence, of the miasmatic poison. A great variety of diser dera arise from its irritation, among" which are Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, ITeaaachi, Blind ness, Taothacht, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal pitation, Painful Affection of the Sjilcen, Hyster ics, Pain in the Botccls, t'ohc, Paralisis and De rangement of the Stomach, all of which, vthen originating in this cause, -put on the intermittent type, or become periodicals This " Ccbe " expels the poison from the blood, and consequently cores them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily residing in the malarious districts. If taken seca sionally or daily while exposed to the infection, that will be excretod from the system, and cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter mittcnts if they avail themselves of the protection this remedy affords. Prepared by Sr. J. C. ATEB lo CO., IoireS, 1 H. YERGIN and J. K. RAIFF, Millersburg,'Ohio. Nov.l, 1S50-11 CHEAP SHINGLES. BRING ON TOUR TIMBER.: THE sulscri'-er respectlnlly informs the pnbllc 'thit he hsspurchased tht ri;ht to use in llolints county ' Bavard's Shingle Machine! Wliich, t ere used ia acVnowIeficwl tob the bel Joiat Shingle Machine in use. Thee shineleit aretetterand cheaper .than those made hj hand; firstl J, because, they are uniform In size and do not warp or draw; and iecnd Ir because the shingles made from a cord of timber vill la j as much more roof as the lap ahingles will fxon the same amount of timber. rerpon deirtDfr shinplea made trill prepare their tim berin bolts and deliver it at the Board Yard of IlnUic Enos,MiIlcrs.turp. O. Shingles rntfor$I5per 1000. Shingles made of all. the timbers of which thej are u.uall made. Tersons bringing timter for shingles.-will hare It steamed on the ground, as I hare erected a steaming box for that pnrp e. .Vherercr this Maclunelba5 .been in use the shingles mannfactn:ed It it haro taken the place ollnn uhlDeles. Dec 6, 1S60. 1G K. "JT- EXOS. FIRE!!! JUSTRECEIVEn, fine lot ofPUMPS, ofall kinds, from tbesaiillest cistern to the largest. Forcej Engine or Well Penp. Tliis fs tha host rams made Is a Horn rratretissi asalnstfirr; -will throw water orer anr ordtnarr two story-house-. "SoU cheap hy CRAY, the Tinner ' AT TIIE BIG COFFEE-POT. April 10, 1SW 3olf 1,000 REWARP.". CT Is generally conceived that money, sated la jst aa cood as that which ia earned. The war in xaxm nm- nej-is to buy cheap. r i cop to do notamajs know where to buy the Cheapest and Best Groceries, ndjustforthe benefit of nartienlar frienAa. and th dear people jreneraHj- their humble scriant put himself to the trouble of'Ttritlnt tha fact and. harinr It nab. llshcdthat . . LOUIS FRITZ Has a rerr large and superior stock of everything rum ally loundin a GROCERY & PROVISION STORE Let no one be backtrartl abont calilnffv-ererrbedv rail rlcht un to Frit's, wbeie thev can bar mora for) quarter than anr other G ror in these dirrinra." LOUIS FRITZ.' unell.lSSO U NEW GROCERY jlsd t PROVISION STORE. EESrECTFULLY Inform his rrleBds.a4 th Ui .generally that ho has opened & NFU7 RRnPFRV STORE. In the rooms Inimedlaiflr'eppoiltetheCoartnous. f bis stock will t o found the but o! ' Teas, Lfctt. Sugars of oil kinds. FiMoltsSf atl,Uvoaceos,(.anaies,siaKuu,'r'ti.. Fruits of all kinds. . , , Ohoico Wines &Xaquqr3, FLOUR MEAL, Candies, Cales, and Cratler. . V -T 1 . Ml.ll tn larie nasatltlen tH enner ..... -i'.V"-" t..;v. iir. on tb most reasoaabl terms either ftr cash or aprrored country produe. Don'Horesttocaiiai FIFE'S, opposite the Court Hons.