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Guides in Western Virginia.
The army correspondent of the Wheel ing'InttUigence'r relates lbefoUu1firiI ling adventures of tyo intreprid Virginia Union men, who acted aa guides to the united estates torces: I learn that a man named Leonard Clark, who is irell Tm.wn ("id, knows the country well) intha surronndinir counties. tendered his services as scout, to the 14th Unio JMgiment, and was accepted. He was an athletic, muscular, determined, and daring young man, and loved nothing bet ter than the perilous adventure upon which he entered. It apears, that accompanied by Myers who is a joung man and a German from Clarksburg they reached .1 T. 1 i a T-vi -1 1 n . me ueiguuoruooa-oi xrniiuppi on me Sat urday previous to the attack. They-passed the outside pickets without being- observed, and were getting along very successfully in pickink up useful in formation which they found "lying about loose." Hut boldness getting the better of discretion, they approached too near tne town, ana suddenly came upon a par ty of dragoons. The odds were loo gieat against3 them; and being mounted, they wheeled their horses and attemsted to es cape. The dragoons gave chase and fired as they fun. The balls whistled around their heads, several passing through Clark's hat, but doing no other damage. They rushed madly on, pursuers and pursued. One" of the horsemen came up close to Clark and he wheeled and shot him dead with a revolver. Another came up and seized him by the left arm. He instantly turned the revolver and shotpff the hand at the wrist. But in a moment, more appal ling danger threatened them. In tbe mad' nessof. the chase they bad not anticipated what might be ahead, when they suddenly cama upon a squad of pickets who com prehending the scene, leveled their guns and Urea at iqe advancing fugitives. The balls again, passed harmlessly by the men, but Clark's horse; after running about fifteen yards fell dead. Clark im mediately dashed into a thicket, where the cavalry could not follow, and for a time eluded his pursuers. Myers was at once taken to Fhillippi, and a council held to determine his fate. Two of his fellow townsman who were present, Bob John son and Geo. Lurty, urged that he should be' hung immediately and without mercy; but Bill Cooper, another of his townsmen, succeeded in having it postponed until the following Monday at 5 o'clock. Myers was incarcerated in the jail, and nothing saved him but tbe attack and flight on Monday morning, at tbe moment which left but about half an hour between him and the gallows. A joyful sound was the first gun on the: heavy morning air to. that man,who expected nothing but that in a few brief moments be would be launched into eter nity, and dangle a -stiffening copse from the gallows-tree ! After the capture of Myers, Clark under took to make his escape by keeping the woods. The cavalry could not follow, him but the pickets and a part of infantry Which was sent after him kept up a hot pursuit. He was known to them and they strained. every nerve to effect bis capture. They scattered in all directions, and fre quently had him surrounded, so that he was obliged to Ho concealed wnoie nours at a time. Several times when thus be- leagured he crawled a great distance to elude observation. For about a day and night the pursuit was kept up, and he coffered terribly from hunger and thirst. But life was at stake, and merciless foes around him. At length he succeeded in making good his escape and arrived at I'lemington, where he was once mora a mong his friends whose astonishment at his appearance his hat gone, his shoes worn to peices, and his clothes tattered and torn ;no relieved by relating to tbem tne hardships and perils through which he had passed. . Suicides. Charles G. Lovejoy deliber ately poisoned himself at Conneal on the 4th inst. There was so much method in his madness that ho left letters stating that it. was His fourth attempt at suicide, and arrayed himself in habiliments for the cravo before swallowing tho fatal portion He had for sometime been subject to fits of despondency: A daughter of Dr. L. W. Crittenden of iranklin Mills, aged about 18years,drown ed herself in the canal a few nights ago She left a note in her room, informing her friends where her body would be found The young lady was engaged to bo mar ried, and had attended a social party the evening before the sad occurrence. Another remarkable suicide occurred at Jeromeville, Ashland, county on the 8th inst. George Vanniman aged 16. was re proved for shooting and wounding one of nis neignbor s cattle. The evening fol lowing the boy. left the house with his gun and soon after placed the muzzle, against his forehead and then discharged it with lib tbe. A Memphis Editor in Evansville He goes to Jail to save nis Life. On Thursday last, F. Y. Carlisle, who holds an editorial position on tho Memphis Appeal, arrived in Evansville. Ind., which Was for merly his residence. His arrival soon de came known, and caused a great excitement. He was waited upon by a committee of tho Homo Guard, and given so many hours to leave town. He failed to go, and was then taken possession of with the determination to give him a traitor's fate. The Mayor and Sheriff, however, interposed, and suc ceeded in getting possession of Carlisleand securing him in jail. He is still, in jail. Don't Like Digging. An Alabama oldier writes from Norfolk to tbe Mobile Advertiser and intimates pretty clearly that his comrades do not like digging trenches and throwing up embankments! He says also: "You may think it strange that soldiers who leave home to fight for glory and the honor of their native and adopted land, should have any other than light and hap py hearts, but it is not so. Men that have been raised in luxury cannot become accus tomed to privations and restraints of a camp life, in a few days; it will take months." Bishop Ames, In Ute discourse to the volunteers at Camp Morton, Indiana, Bishop Ames said: There has been, my friends, one Grand Union Convention, the proceedings of which have not been reported by telegraph. It was held amid the fastnesses of the Ev erlasting Hills. The Rocky Mountains pre sided, the mighty Mississippi made the motion, the Alleghany Mountains second ed it, and every mountain and hill, and riv er and valley in this vast country sent up s unanimous voice "Resolved, that tee are, one' and' inseparable, and that what Ood has joined together no man shall put asun der." a to to to ter . .i in for Items. Tbe heaviest ilea for the mia Usance of Ube Secession army its running V Tbe public debt of Canada ai amopata to nearly 00,000,000. kur u 918 per famine is expected. barrel in Texas. A Mai. Gee. McClelka was on Monday last elected President of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad Tbe'populalibn of If ova Scotia is ascer tained to be about 330,000. In 1851 it was 276, 117 showing an increase of near ly 54,000, Eighty thousand people visited tbe re mains of Judge Douglas during the two days they were lying in statu at Byron Ull jr:s,rrsirl.W ment on his arrival at the camp, near AI- There are forty-four steamboats laid up at Cincinnati, with no prospect of doing business for some lime. The Spanish Treasury is said to be over' flowing with money. The slave trade at Cuba has probably paid well the last few, years, A squad of sixteen soIdiers,tired of wait ing to be called into service, bave started on foot for Washington, to tender their services personally to the President for wining out the Confederate States of A- merica. The report is current that Gov. Randall of "Wisconsin, in imitation of tbe gallant example set by Uov. Sprague, designs go ing to the wars nimselt at tne Head ot tne Wisconsin troops. A lady in rtocnester -sent a dress to a dyer, with instructions to dye it in some color that would not run. The' patriotic dyer returned tho dress covered all over with the colors of the American Union. J. L. Motley, one of the most celebrated historians of tho age. ha written a most splendid letter to tho London Times, up holding the' Government of the United States in the present crisis. There is every probability of a revolu tion in Greece. The army is disaffected towards King Otho, his abdication is Open- ijr uuiteu v'i auu even mis suueessur uuiueu, . 1 1. ... i i .i . j the grandson of Beaubarnais, Duke Nicho las Leutenberg. A correspondent of the Springfield Re publican says Caleb Cushing has failed in business. Years ago he was concerned with.RoberL Ranloul in extens'iva snpcnln tions at the West, and it is on account of these that he is at last obliged to SUCCUmb. . .. . .tSrigaajer-Ueneral a. . .Butler was born at Deerfield, N. H., in 1818. Brigadier General Nathaniel Lyon was i tt ? ..f,. Dorn in uouneciicui id iozi. Major-General N. P. Banks was born in Waltham, Mass., 181C. "Dred Scott Decision." The Decision of the rebol leaders not to tako Washing ton. The New Orleans people are talking a bout building an extensive paper mill. Why do tbe people shell fcrts ! io get out tbe Kernel. The only colored nation in tho world that coin their own specie is rlayti. The ladies thimble is a Dutch invention, and wa3 introduced about the year 1690, At a cost of $48,000 the Montrealers are about to build five new markets in that Canadian' city. Major-General John C. Fremont was DOrniU Oavannan, ueorgia, January Zl, 1813. The. subscriptions in New Yort, up to Saturday , to the Missouri Volunteer .bund, reached 811,590. Yirginia promises soon to find that pos session is nino points of the law bayonet points. In .North Carolina, coin is so scarce Ibat when a man breaks a dollar-bill, be has to tako his change in fat, wood and carpet tacks. The New Orleans Picayune has reduced its size one half. Not a few of the South era papers reduced their size altogether. The ladies who wear red, white and blue rosettes are real patriots,and therefore ready for an engagement. Col. Anderson, though an honored mem ber of the Masonic fraternity, was not re cognized by a single southern Mason "Meet mo at rhillippi, as the rebel forces said when they retreated in hot haste from Gralron. "Virginia Election" So far as heard from, tho Secessionists of Virginia have chosen to run jar ahead of the Union. Virginia, we're told, this a virgin of old, And so all herrrtists will sketch ber; AlasI for tho fate of fair Virginia State, She's now in the hands ot a Letcher. Although no call has been made on Cal norma for troops, a company of miners has been formed for arming and equippini; regiment of one thousand men for the war. Women with fine dresses and fine carriages drive into the cemeteries near Philadelphia and steal tbe boquets which have been placed on the graves. Jeff Davis ordering tho Federal troops quit Virginia! Was there eversubli- raer impudence a burglar ordering a man quit his own bouse! lhe Kock Island bridge, at least that portion from Rock Island to tbe Illinois shore, is to be covered to protect it from the weather. The Confederate poslare-stamp has a head of Washington in the center. Were now living the Confederates would take his head as that of a traitor. "Missouri Compromise." The agree ment or compromise made by the Seces- sionists of Missocii with General Harney disband their forces and lay down their arms. A Massachusetts man who was in Fort Moultrie during the bombardment of Fort Sumter, offers to take his oath that Sum s guns killed seven hundred rebels. Tho Secession flag which Col. Ellsworth tore down at Alexandria, Vn., has been sent to Fireman's Hall, New York City, uoro u win remain unm aner me war. Cochrane prophesied that Now York WOUld follow intruxB.kanfVlrTinia-In lt,n Irish sense of the word, she is likely to have Richmond (Va.) Examiner says that f horn x . . .w . les3 tban five tnc-iijand unemplojed negroes m Richmond, and business generally is at a stand still. The President gave the rebels twenty days to think of their sins, and then order ed them to halt they refused, and the next uruer win oe natter. The deaths for itm New York City, were threa hundred and ninety-one; decrease from tbe previous week, twenty.fivefincrease from same week jwt winy-tour. The New York rr..nu tx Frank P. Blair, of Mian..- .. : a:a... Speaker of the next House, and Hon. John B. Haskin, of New York! member of A m. uvub., wr uierit. i OF ORB WAR I At MUlers'bnrg, Ohio. TJEBBON Sc SON have Just netted at j rLu'rSll"i sad saptrloratnefcof Hard- wur,iron,naua,uBueTy,uias, winaow sun, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. And In short, rverythlnr. usually kept In a Hardware Store; to .which they InTlte public attention. Their stoearls coirplete, embracing in the Hardware line, and has been carefully selected from the best markets. Promising to dispose of their stock at unprecedented LOWPBIGESI They respectful! solicit a share of public patronage. ETTheT are agents for the Ktrby Reaper and How rbr Reap HEBRO: I er and for other Machines. N&SON. April 18, 1861.-S3 SUGAR CANE SEED. gQ POTJj"J)j Of the same kind kept last year, which all grew and yielded well. Just received at tbe coot Store. lllig MRS. WIRfSLOWj An experienced Xnr?e and Female Pbyniciaa, present! m "T T t tt t, S O O I HJ-Jji Gvb I K U X?, FOR CHILIREN" TEETHING; TTrniCn ereaUy iacllitatei the. process of teethlnz. TV J" softening the gnms, redo clog all inflaming inn aiiay al.Ij rjun ana smasmoaic action, ana is SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS, Depend apon It, mother?, it will pre rest to yourselrcs ana RELIEF AND HEALTH I Y JIB INFANTS. w e have pui up ana sola mis article ror over ten yearn, and CAS SAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH oflt. wnai we nave never oeen awe to say oi anr otnermea icine NEVER HAS IT FAILED. IN A SINGLE IN STANCE, TO EFFECT A CURE when timely nseiL ivevercia we Know an instance oi cisaustacuon by any one who nsed it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its operations, and speak in terms of commendation of its magical effects and medical'virtnes. We speak iuiuii maiiei iiiidi tr.uuiLiuw, niierxen years experience, AND FLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOR THE FULFILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERE DE CLARE. In almost every instance where the infant is suffering from pain and exhanstion, relief willbe found i fifteen or twenty minutes alter the syrnp is adminis- This valuable prenaration is the nrescrintion of one of me most t;jLr.til&aj.u ana &nai.i.r vu jumsta in New England, and has been used iwith NEVER FA1LINGSCCCESS in THOUSAND OF CASES. It not only relieves the child from pain, but invigor ates the stomarh and bowels, corrects acidity, andgtrcs energy to the whole system.' It will almost instantly reneve i r Ghping in the bowels, and' Wind Colic and overcome convusions, hteh, if not speedily rcm- edied. end in death. We .believe it the BEST and surest remedy in the world, in ail cases of DYSENTART and DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN whether tt anaes from teethinr, or from any other ii e womu say 10 every momer wno nas cniia suuennr irom any or tho foregoing com plaints DO NOTletvour sroiudiMn. nor the nrriu- dicea of others, stand between you and your child) and the relief that will be SURE ret AnSOI.CTEI.Y SURE to follow tho use of this medicine, if timelr nsed. FnlL directions for using will accompony each bottle. None Pennine nnless the fac-simUe of CUTIS s l-t.UiU.N3, new York, Is on the onttide wrapper. aam vj uruggisis wrongnoui tne woria. Principal Office, 13 Cedar Street, New fork. PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE. FOR SALE AT THE HOOK STORE. MILLERSRURO, OHIO. reb.Zl, 1861 Z7tr NEW GROCERY & PROVISION STORE n KOKfiE WOLP hftB nnrrliftftev. the firrnrr- .nnrl lX Provision Store of John StolL, and receired in ad dition thereto a Large Stock of Family Groceries and Provisions of every, kind. We InVite special attention to his stock of TEAS, COFFEE, - - . - oi all grades and prices. MOLASSES, SYRUPS, &C, agrcatTarletyat loir prices. Fruits, 27uls, Tobacco, Cigars, Cheese, Crackers, Ftsk, and other articles that it would take a column to enu merate. The highest price will be paid for all kinds ofconntrr proance. Call and See for Yourselves. E"r Remember tho-nlace: tho rooms heretofore oe. June 21, I860 Htf "SJST E3 S TON BETTER AND CHEAPER GROCERIES THAN ANY OTHER MAN IN HOLMES COUNTY. Come and See! CLOTHE PINS, VARIETY OF STYLES & PRICES. pad bii.e it THK M1AK fiTi.II!. wwhmbMM A mMmm W W A VMHf SJ Its ed tls a I w bo na of smi IU4 Pmiiieri . DR. ROBACK'S Scandinavian Remedies. TTTIIEK Dr. Robacx". the celebrated Swediih Phrsi- V cUn, Introduced hti Blood Partner and Blood Pills In tbe United States, he set forth in plain language their caratiretpropertici. IMi vas jean ago; The task of recommending Them nas since been taken out of kuhtndt. Enllgbtenen men whose charcter for sound judgment and philosophy gires thelroplnionnrelghtin tbecommunitj, men who oboe ire, reflect, and make "auuranee doubly sans" before thej decide are everywhere appro ting and urging the use of these wonderful Preparations All who confide In the wisdom and honestr of this class, or who chose to investigate for themseltei are now f one mind on this important suDjeci. The evidence in the possession of Dr. Roback. which Is" at all times accessible to the public, establishes the following Facts: That thf BLOOD PURIFIER and BLOOD PILLS haTe been proved by analjtus to Contoiu ii o Mineral; That they cure tbe almost unlrersal complaint, Dyspepsia with untiring certainty, and In a very short time. That after all other medicines hare proved useless, they relieve Liver Complaint, and restore the health andsirVogth of the sufferer. That Sick Females. who have languished for years in helpless weakness and despondency, recuperate with great rapidity under their invigorating operation. That all sexual disabilities are removed by their cordial and gentle stimulating proper ties. lnatineyrecruiL Jsiiattcred CoutItutIoiTsj however they may have been trifled with and abused; that their direct tendency is to lengthen lire and render it en joyable. That operating directly upon the poiso of dis ease i int oiooatmcj . Can so Soon to Hcal9 and discharge from the system, every t Lot of Scrofula, wnemernereuiurj oruuierwise. xnaiiney Recruit tne Debilitated. and that there Is no disease of tbo'Slotnachand Bowels. tbe liver, tbe nervous system, 'tho skin, the glands or muscics. Arising- from Imparities or O Wrnctions of me itiooaor secretions. which they do not dve nromnt relief, and (if ad win Ute red before tbe very citadel of life has been in vaded.) effect a uainleFaaad ocrfectcure. - Bear in mind that the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Pills are endoreedby the experienco of thousands of liv ing witnesses, who In letters, affidaTits, medical words and by word of mouth, proclaim them to be the very best preparation of tbe kind ever offered to the broken down victims oi in neaitn. iney uunt disease through everv avenue iuu urgau ui (.ubbj biem,au to eipei lituorouga lv and Dermanentlr No one can doubt their superiority after one single trial thevarenrt only better but. In fact.cheanertban ony oindr riiis,ior i. xates a less numocroi tnem to pro duce a better effect. Price of the Scandinavian vegetable Blood Purifier. $1 per bottle, or $5 per half dozen. Of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Fills, 25 cents per box, or 5 boxes for $1, Keaa ur. nouact s special notices ana uertincate. trnb- Jiahed In a conspicuous part of this Paper fxfut time to Tie RnLnolc. irs.7Tr.l AlTntnifSnr.nlU ... tainlng a great variety of interesting and valuable iledl- caumormaiion,can oe naa gratis of any of nisAgenti LiiroDcnoa. me cuuuirr. In difficult and complicated cases. Dr. Rohach inaT he cbnsnlted personal! or hjr letter enclosing ene stanp for me reply. A NEW ARTICLE Dr. Roback's Stomach Bitters. A new and cl.liehtfnl Stomachic or rVinlin! Torirlrlnir l.t.. 4. Ik. Ct. t- --- . .. .uub m .u muuucD, uu uie preTenuonoi Dilioos com plaints Incident to the'Western coantrjr. Try It. As a morning drink, to assist digestion and relieve 1 a ruT is superior to an other Bitters. Try it. The formnla of these Bitters, now f 18811 h. .M. Z. perty of Dr. Roback. orrifiinated with one of the oldest and most eminent Medical FracUtioners of the West, and it is directly predicated npon the wants of Western people. The bitters derive their stimulns from the powerful ixwi. u4wiQ ui iud rouis iuu uKTu ox wntcn xner are logs of the stomach, directly promotive of the presont proprietor. belleTes that in'making them wiuei Known m. puouc weiiare is EUDfiCrveu. It will soon be for sala by all of Dr. Roback's numer ous Agents, and at Hotels, Arc, the country orer. In the meantime, orders will be filled direct from Cincinna ti In any quantlty, and at the lowest rates. It Is put up In qnart'bottles, and securely packed In one doten cases. Half doz. samnle cases, will, howercr.be nacked and xnt . n - J .) ; r -i i iteiau rnce. si oer Dotue. or Fix for S5. Frincinalomco and salesroom. No. 6 East Fnnrtfc ttrnt uu uuuuMJ uwu jiMtu-aLii;i, viudunail, UniO. XDOr 1 1 j: r l r : . . . . aiory. io. m iiammona street. For Sale In Holmes county by II. Teraln, Millers' burg: J.Itudy, Berlin; Jas.Hanna, Hotocsvile; G.Ger ber, Wincsburg; H. Fomerene, Mlddletown; J. C. Long shore, Nashville; II. Beidler, Lakeville; Jos Plitr, Sal tillo; G. W.Conyer, Oxford; Aaron Kcim, Carlisle; and by Druggists and Marchants generally thjoushoutthe Union. AprUll,1881 34 G. SECHRIST'S HAIR' RESTORATIVE ! THE BEST PREPARATION KNOWN FOR THE HUMAN HAIR. WILL restore white or gray hair to ita orig inal color. Will restore the natural secretions. Will remove at once all itching. Will remove all dandruff. Will make th' hair soft and glossy. Will malcetli old appear young again. Will preserve their hair to old age. - Will alwavs Insten it.. mil sfon ila falling riml is one of the "best toilet articles m use. Read the following Certificate. Of Judge P. R. Tilden, who is -well known throughoutlforthern Ohio. Ulevelaxd, July 11, 1859. Messrs. Hilfer and Sechrist: I have had a bottler of your HairRcstorrtive. I obtained it to prevent my hair from fulling off, not suppos ing that it would restore the color, my hair be ing very cray, but to my very hseat surririse it has not only prevented my hair from falling, but has restored it to its natural color. I had an aversion to being gray, and had made use of Wood's, Mrs. Allen's and other Hair'Dyes, but without success. '' I have no hesitation in saying that this pre- tparation of yours isfar, very far, superior to any thing of the kind now in the market. Will you please send me a gallon of the Re- stbrative by Express, and the price, and I will send you the money by mail. Yours truly, UAH Ju li. TIliDEN. Prepared by HELFER ifc SECHRIST, Akron. O. For sale at tbe BOOK STORE, Millersburg, O. J.10V. , OU 14 ANIMPORTANT DISCOVERY!! For tho cure of CONSUMPTION, BRONCHiTIS.COUGHS SCOLDS. THE MAKORA ARABIC A DISCOVKTED BT A MISSIONARY WHILE TRAVELING IN ARABIA. ALT. who are suffering from Consumption' should nsa the MAKORA ARABICA, discovered by a mission" lU Al UlU. All who are threatened with ConinmnHAti .i.Ani ... tho MAKORA ARABICA, discovered by a missionary In Arabia. All who are suffering from Sont Tlim.t r 1 Colds, should use the Makora'Arablca, discovered bj a All who are sulTcrlnr from Aithm. Sbnf,.l. .a i pnrlties of the Blood should nsa tho Malor! Arabics, discovered by a missionary In Arabia. j cures ijousumpiion. itenrea Bronchitis Hcures Asthma, b'crorula,andimpurlUes,orthBIood This uneonaled remedv ia now fnr th tm. ducd to the public. 'u r It was nrovidentlallr dlscnTArvd v n.t..r.M. Hin. traveling la Arabia. He was cured of Conaumntlon hr use a s after his case was pronounced hopeless br learn- pronounced hopeless by learn- physicians tn Europe. uo nas l forwarded tn ns 'In writing . fntl .. -r own eatraordlnary cure, and of a number of other cures which hare come under hla observation, and full account of the medicine. . At hla request, and impelled by a desire to extend a knowledge of this remedy to the public, we have had """in'cauon prmiea ia pamphlet form lor ires lrUmtIon. It Interest la enhanced by aa account MMi rift s42!rV which heglveiof some of the scenes of the Syrian mas sacrei, which he obtained from those who suffered In awiui irageoy. This pamphlet may be obtained at our ofl sent free by mall to all who apply for It. We Import the MAKORA ARABICA dlrec that awful tragedy. ThU pamphlet may be obtained at our office, or It will loriu l i aM. through tho bouse or Cleon h Oyllppus, and we have always on hand a full supply put up In tottlea ready for with full directions. Price one dollar np hnf(1 fl.n M.rf pri.e, and 3 Jcenls for postage. ' or sate wholesale and rsUll h I-EED, GIXinOBE 4s CO., Importrra of Sruia and Aiedlclnew. ALSO. BY DRTinflTHTB nwvSta? April l.USlrtf ' ' ot T -ttomance the GOME TO M'CRORY I CRAIGHEAD'S 1W TMOP Ul u OS h 00 S BU "TTTHSREyou can get them all right In every way. T. . 6 ,. J 7 J' ry, that are all scrap iron M stoves over tne coumr you can get stoves that are all new Iron, and made at too Tctalmoitlhe nriea of It In trimniinrs. BSSS ALL WORK WARRANTED. ?T'; Brass, Copper; Sheet Iron, Pressed and Japanned ware, on hand at all times, and for solo wholesale and retail SPOUTENa done on a new plan, which Is superior to all others. Allklnds of trade tak.n In ex change for work or ware. McCRORY & CRAIGHEAD. Aog.25, 1853 v4nlti. s r oi a c a o STOVES! numougea any longer by pedl: stuck together, anit'r.i-i .tiX . tuck t? 5m,,DS? inT o"!"1' X pedlars who are carrying thobeatatore works In the world' and w v i the world; and when you get a stove uiac uome wncre S. R. WEIRICH, Dealers in English, German and American HARDWARE, JHh)h)irig3, Oil toi, &c. MILLERSBURG OHIO THE UNION TO BE SAVED. EOR the purpose of wring the Union the undersign ed will raise a fond by felling hi entire stock of goods, consisting of MOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER & FINDimS. From now until tbe first of April at first cost, auction prices or anything 1 can get. I do this to make room for an entire new stock of goods to 'commence tbe spring trade. uTo raise dcr Union Mazing fund gross Jfcr nougA" I would request those indebted to me bjr note or book account to come along and paj me a little on what they owe. I must haTe money. I am In debt and mmt pay- C. HATT. Feb.l4,lSGl 23 GROCERY STORE. QODFREY ITNEK baa removed his Grocery and Provision Store, To the Rooms formerly occupied by Fry's Jewelry Store. nis goods are of thevorybestquality, carefully select ed and will be sold on Short Fronts. AH who wantto boy the best quality oi GROCERIES shonld call. G. ITXER. April26, I860. n37tf YOU? DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU Go in to Cook's to see hb NEW STOCK WATCHES. It Is decidedly the largest and oc si sicck oi tuia luna ever brought to Jilllersburg. DID YOU DID YOU GO IN TO COOK'S DID YOU and see his new stock of CLOCKS? If not, go at once. GO INTO COOK'S to see what a DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU MAGNIFICENT . C H EAP tor or JEWELRY, he has just receired. GO TO COOK'S AT ONCE G.L.COOK. DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU DID YOU November 1, 1SG0. Watches! Watches! Watches! SEE 5 IMPORTED WATCHES Made to order for A. B. FRY see: These watches aro see Ail Extra Article! There are SEE; NO JOBBERS' PROFITS ADDED to their cost. SEE Also, a Large Stock SE! OTHER STYLES, together with SEE I Clocks, Jewelry, SHrer-Warc SEE! NotionsI which will be sold SEE? Gheafjcr- .ban ibe 6bt?a6ef?f . 11,--,-- ---i--v-- elsewhere. Call and ace them, 1 . k SEES '-A few doors East of Koch's ' Corner. Millersburg, Ohio, March 28, 186132 BOOKS FOR 10 CENTS. ALICE WILD, the Raftsman' daughter, . FRONTIER ANGEL, romance Kentucky Lira CEDAR SWAMP, or wild Nats Jongade. THE BACKWOODS Bride, a 1 ot Squatter Life. SETH JONES, or the Cantives oune urontier. CHIP, the Cave Child. MALISKA. the Indian Wife of White Hunter. THE REEFER of '70. FOR SALE at the BOOK STORE ' IV Lalles ' I J- do on that had received Coos DR. J. S. EAUT, Drilggist & Apothecary, DEALER I" rCEE Pita rm accnilcal Preparations of SlandardStrcnaih Pure Wines and Liquors, Surgical IhttrumcnU, l-erjumery, rainls, Uds, arnuies, ax., de.. RESPECTrCI.LV invites the consideration of the medical profession and families tn liia inmnl.t. an establishment.; The character of tho stock Is of tho uuu iimku USUI MUCH. W. ail UU31IT KETl incil.h nrst quality rnvsleians and families hvorinir him with ih.!riv.t. ronage,. may conbdently rely npon receiving medicines whrcli will not disarinoint them at the lxxlIdt or th. sick. Every article lcatinz this establishment is war- ranica smelly as represented, and will be carefully put up and accurately labeled. Physicians in the country, who may b unaMo to maKo ineir purcnases in person, will End it to theirad' vaauigu .u oruer. Empire Hotel Block, .MILLERSRURO, OHIO April 7, lS59-331y SEWING MACHINE. WEST & WILSON'S Patent Donblo Thread Patented June 29th, 1858. PltlCE FROM $30,00 TO $50,00, according to style: nncoualled for Snee. Beantr. nnnMi. ol stitch aud economy in price. This truly celebrated Machine took thefirst premium at the Ohio State Fair, held at Sandusky, Sept. 16.IS53. Iba rt i T' .i. i-i . i .. ' . ... v. , i j v.vuu.jf xait in iucau wnere ufl same exuiuueu. No machine has ever been offprpd f n f Tip nnTlu pnm. bining so many excellencies as the West & Wilson m chine. An Impartial examination will convince the most skeptical of that fact. Sendforacircularcontiiiningfnllparticularsofprices, testimonials, illustration of stitcb.&c. -ill lettprn of Innnirv. n.lm r , w. nu.,., ii-ccii, prompt aiteniion oy ad itessing L.(J-BMN.Gen.Agent. Or, P. CUUUINUS, Trav. Agent, P. O.address, Sullivan, Ashland Co., O. IlsT" Machines warranted and foil direction clrpn far nsin with:ut citra charge. ILST" We have an excellent Ifeinnierthat can be at tached to our machiuefortkoso who may desire. Certificates.' We, the nndersl&rnrd citizens of Woo,tor. Warnp county, Ohio., have used West & Wilson's Family Sew ingMachine in our families, and cheerfully recommend ihc same for a family Sewing Machine. o. A.i;ranuai, B.Barrett, B. J.Jone, Ohio F. Jones, George Wilcox, John P Jeffries, S.R. Bonewiti. MaySI.lSGO. JOtf L.G.B. FARM FOR SALE. rjIIE undersigned will sell at a bargain. A FIRST CLASS FARM Of 167 acies, situated 11 miles south-west of Woostcr. 100 Acres Cleared. And in a good state of cultivation. GOOD ORCHARD, &c, a JOnXG.BIGHAM. Fredericksburg, Jan. 31, 1S31-24 THE BEST COOK STOVE IS TUB- BttfLitftim BECAUSE It Bakes Perfect, Good Draft, Doors fit Close, Joints fit Tisht. Plates are heavy, No Wood Wasted, Always a Supply of hot water, Superior Boiling Arrangements. Took the IstPxSsiruriina rruu ariea ana victuals Kept warm KT. T , T TT- .... without burning them. IS SOLID And has other good qualities without number. Or Beware of imitations, for man v will seek to Imi tate, bat call and see tho genuine at tho Big Coffee Pot. TV1I. DRAY, Sole Jtent. Oct. 13. '59 BETTBERG & HAUSMANK", IMPORTERS OF ISO DEALERS IX Fancy Goods, Toys, Baskets, YANKEE NOTIONS Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Zcpajr aai Sbetbod Tool, EianitOIDERIIZS, Atld ever 'itiino vsuallu ttvt in a FancuRlore. 232SuTEftI0KST, CLEVELAND, 0. ADOtrQ KKTTHEKS, RCDOLrn Hicsjiixx NOTICE. iHJS subscriber boiralcnro to snv to those cn ensed in Suirar Cano raisin ir that they can accommodated TvitU NO. 1 MILLS short notice, and reasonable terms, at the bteam ioundty, Jlilleretiurff, unio. Also, that celebrated composition hns been selling for seren dollars, can be at tho Steam .rounury for fire dollars. J. U. VAN BROOKLIIT. July 14, 47tf FAIHILY BIBLES. 0tt'ni lo M11It"rJut AT THE BOOK STORE. aad set them to satisfy rosnelf. 1 IT ney And dear to ally rush In th in which cash Ayer'sSarsaparilla A compound remedy,, designed to be the most effectual AUeroiUt thatjran be made.- It i a concentrated extract of Para SarHparilla, so combined with other substance of atSl greater alteratiro power- as to aiford aa. tSk tive antidote for the disease Sarsaparillj U1 reputed to cure. It Js Dcliered that rack a , remedy is wanted by those" who suffer frcat Strumous complaint, and that one which wiH accomplish their cure must prore of isaiEeBsei service to this large class of our afflicted fellow-, citizens. How completely this compound will, dolt has been proven by experiment on 'rsarijr, of the worst cases to be found of the following1 complaints: i Scuofcxa and ScnoFCtocs CojiPLAcrrs, UttUlTIOMS AND EttUPTITB DlSEMESj UlCaWS, Pimw.es, .Blotcues, Tbjious, Salt Kuivk.j Scatjj Head, Stfuims asd. SrriiiLrne. Af fections, MEitcunui. Di.iEASB, Diiorsr, Nkc iLt.ai.v oit Tic Docwuiieitx, DEim-mr, Dts TEFSIA AND lND10ESTIO, EuTSIPELAS- BoSST on St. Astiiost's Fike, and indeed the whole, class of complaints arLing froii iMrcitixr .ar' Tnrr Blood. This compound will be found a'great pro-) motcr of health, when taken in the spring1, to. expel the foul humors which fester in the; blood at that season of the year. Br thq rtime, ly expulsion of them many ranklin j disoridcrs arc nippeil in th: hml. Multitudes can, by th: aid of tliis remedy, spare themselves frwaa. thj.cuduraiice of foul eruptions and ulccxous, sores, through which the system will strive to; ri.l ikclf of corruptions, if not assiitcd to cfo thli through tlie natural clianncls of 'the body by an alterative medicine. Cleausx out the. -itiatetl blood wlic-usver tou find itJimmrfitir 0nr3tiiis uiTSUgh the skin iupimples, eruption,, or sore.i; cleanse it when you find it is ob structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it whenever it is fout, and your fcelinjjs will tell' you when. Even where no particular disorder, is felt, people enjoy better health, and live longer, for cleansing lha blood. Keep tho blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this pabulum of lifj disordered, there can be no lasting health. Sooner or later something must go wrong, and the great machinery oi life is disordered ar overthrown. , u Sarsaparilla ha, and deserves much', the' reputation of accomplishing-these' ends. But the world hai bcen cgregiously deceived by preparations of it, partly because the drujj alone lias not all the virtue that is claimed for it, but more because many preparations, pretending to be concentrated extracts of it, contain hut little of the virtue ef Sarsaparilla, or any thing else. During late years the public have been nul led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart of Extract of Saraparilla for one dollar. Jlost of these liavo been fraud upou the sick, for they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa rilla, but often no curative properties whatev er. Jlcnee, bitter and painful disappointment has followed the u-m: of the various extracts of Sarsaparilla which Hood the market, until the name itself is justly .d:.ipised, aud lias become fynonymou? with imposition and cheat. Still we call tliis compound Sarsaparilla, and intend to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the' name from the load of obloquy which rests upon it. And we tliink we have ground for believing it has virtues which arc irresittibla by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend ed to cure. In order to secure their complete' eradication from the system, the rcmedy ahould be judiciously taken according to directions oa the bottle. rrict'ARCO nr EP K. JT. C. ATE IE & CO. LOWELL, MASS. Price, 91 per Bottle Six Bottle for 3. Ayer's Clierry Pectoral lias vma fur itself such a renown for thn cure ef every variety of Tliro.it an J Lung Complaint, that, it U entirely unnecessary for us to recount lha cidciicc of its virtues,-wherever it kas teea em-' ployed. As it has long been in constant nsa throughout this section, we nerd not do more than assure tlic people its quality is kept up to the best it ever has keen, and that it mar be relied on to do fir their relief all it has ever been found to do. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, roz the cuot 01 Cotticenest, Jaundice, Vysptpivx, Migcst'ait, Dyscntcrirloul Slonuich, Erysipelas, Headache, Piles, Wuumalism, Enwlioiis and Skin Vhcait. Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Timiors mut, Soli Iticmn, Worms, (Zxtt, Xersilgiat ex 9 Dinner Pitt, anil for Pnrifiiny the Bloat. They arc sugar-coated, so that the most sensi tive can take them pleaxautlr, and they are the. best aperient in the wotU for all the purposes of a family physic. Prisa 25 cents per Ear; rive boxes for $t07. ' GrcatniimlirrsorClergyinen.Fhrsici.-ins.Statrsv. men, and eminent personages, have knt thnr names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of the remedies, but our sruee here sill not Dcrmit tke insertion of them. The Agents below named fur nWi pratisourAjinniciN ALMASAcin which Uiey arc given ; with also full descriptions of tbe almv'e complaints and the treatment that should be fal lowed for their cure. Do not be rut olf bv unprincipled dealers with other preparations they make more profit on. ti i . ... 1 .i ... u 'PI. ,:.u want the best aid there is for thein, and they should have it. All our remedies are for sale by H. YERGIN and J. K. RAIFF, Millersburg, Ohio. Nov. I, i860 11 CHEAP SHINGLES. BRING ON YOUR TIMBER. THE futacrtberresptttfullj Informs tbe pnbUt that be has purchased tiie right to use in Houses county Bavard's Shingle Machine! Which, where used is acinowledfwd to be the beet Jelai Shingle Machine In use. Thcue shingles are better &a4 cheaper than those made by hand; firstly, because they are uniform in size and do not warp or draw; aad second because the shingles made from a cord of timber will lay as rauch more roof as the lap shingles will from th same amount of timber. Person desiring shlnIesmade will prepare their tlm ber In bolts and deliver it at tbe Board Yard of Hall h Enoa.liniersburp, O. Shingles cut for $1,25 per 1000. Shingles made of all the timbers of which thejar ujualljr made. Persons bringing timber for shingles will hare It steamed cn the ground, as I hare erected a steaming box for tbatpnrpse. TThererer thisllichine has been In use the shingles manufactured br it hare tahen the place of lap shlvgles, Dec 6, I860. 16 R. EN 03. FIRE!!! :iYEX, a fine lot or PTJI n the smallest cistern to the JUST RECEIVED, a fin lot or PUMPS, of all kinds, from the smallest cistern to the largest Force, Engine or Well Pup. This fs th lest Pump made-ls a Home Prot'tth. agalnstflre; -will ihrovr water over any ordinary lira story honse. Sold cheap by DRAY, the r Tinner iY'TM2KrQ QFFEE-PQTX April 19,1800 53 tf. 1,000 REWARD. is generally conceived that money saved Is last u good as that which b earned. The way to sit sw is to bny cheap. People do not always know whero to bny the Cheapest and Best Groceries, just forth beneUt of particular friends, and tho people generally their hnrable servant put himself the tronbTa Of Writlno- thM tipfc mnA ...fn- tt ..k. llshedthat ' LOUIS FRITZ ITaaa vervlarre and suMrlor stock of ererrthlnr asw- found In a GROCERY & PROVISION STOKE. Let no ona h backward about cslllnr nmlsfc right up to Frit's, where they can buy mora tn a quarter than any otherCrceryiathesdlrrtna.' uneJl.1880 44 NEW GROCERY MS PROVISION STORE. M. FIKE. EESPECTl-ULLY Inform hla Meads aad thepubUa generaUy that he has opened A NEW GROCERY STHNL noma inimedUtely opposite th Court Boss. 1st BtjatockwMbefoiMdtUbiVtol " Ttu,Cfcu. Sugar, of aU kind,, FUX, Molvm aau, macoot, vame,. Aauuu, jfuu. Fruit, of all hind,. Choice Wines &Idquori Candies, Caies, and Qrackert.. larre "quantities to sell -III,., .v.i.-,. .' Jl'.',. he offers on th moat teaaomablt Unas elarh. or approved country ptoduee. Don't forget to call at riJTE'S, opposite tAs Court ffmu.