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Some Recollections of a Spy. On Mondav last Rev. Dr. Jes, a cor respondent of tbe New Yorfc Herald, vas arrested at "Washington and sent, a priso ner, to Fort McHecry upon charge of .being a snv. In the year 1850-'52, Dr. Ives was a Catholic Priest in the diocese of Milwau kee, where he ministered spiritual conso lations to a large Hock witn considerable success, as he"was in reality, a shrewd, at tractive and .talented roan. His spiritual duties ' at Milwaukee, however, required but little of his time, and the remainder was spent in tbe city, in the pursuance of ministrations .which vrero spiritual as far as the disposal of strong fluids makes up spirituality. His religious cloak fited loos ly upon his worldly shoulders and when absent from his diocese, was cast off and he was a man of the world. He usualy stopped at the Treniont House where ho was a boon companion with fast commu sion men, and hail fellows well met with ungodly brokers and irrevcrant heretics of all-shades. It was a matter of.slreet ru foof flTtliose days and related to us yes terday by -a gentleman, cognizant of the priestly Drs unprieslly ways, that he sur prised him one summer evening in rather close proximity, for a priest, with a female of suspicious morals. Certain it is (hat not long after this ho commenced paying attentions to the wife of a military gentle man then boarding at the Tremout House. These attentions soon ripened into an inti macy ratherwarmer than friendship, and at last it came to tbe ears of the officer bimslf, who pursued the reverend Lotha rio, with a pistol, for a day or two, to ap pease his injured honor. A rapid flight by night to his Milwaukee diocese,' and tbo friendly eaves of his convenient altar, saved the Doctor his life and tho county an inquest. His visits to Chicago thereaf ter were use an angers visit, no minis tered a short timo to his Milwaukee 'flock and then ho left for New York, where he associated himself with the Journal- of Commerce and afterwards with the New York Herald. His subsequent career. tho telegraph has unfolded. Summary of News. The Memphis Avalanche declares that Parson Jjrownlow was -arrested tho last time to protect him from violence. He still continues sick at his own house, being too unwell to be removed." That paper says tnat wuen the rarson recovers he will probably bo allowed to depart, togeth er with Iiis family. The Chicago Journal had one reporter killed outright, and another had his leg shot off, at thS capture of Fort Henry. The reporter of the Cincinnati Gazette was tho only ono of five persons who escaped uninjured when a 100 lb. shot came plung ing through the pilot house of the fl.-igship at Ft. Donelson. The injustice of the present law in le gard to jury fees is strongly-illustrated in a case just tried in Lake county. It was a suit for malicious prosecution, and the trial occupied eight days, at a cost so the county for jury alone of $130, the party obtaining tho verdict being required to pay only 0,00 to the jury. Tho Pains villo Telegraph says it is not right, and we trust the General As-semblj- will so de cide and leform this long tolerated rob bciy of tax-payers. Religious revivals are in progress in sev oral towns' in Trumbull county. The Chronicle mentions lirookfleM, Weather field, Hubbard, J!iberty and W arren as specially favored with conversions. It is stated that Seceretnry Cameron's fon made more than a million of dollars in horse contracts, and other operations, tinder the administration of the War De partment by his father! We trust the btalement is not Iruo. Tbe cotton blockado is pretty effectivr, at all events. Tho receipts of cotton at New Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, Charles ton and Memphis, the principal cotton poits, for the .first four months of tho "cotton year," were but 9.8G3 bales. In 18C0 the total bales were 1,483,003. The Mobile Advertiser gives tho above fig ures, which are suggestive. The Chicago Tribune says there is a screw loose somewhere in the shipment by rail of tho heavy mortars and carriages all the way from Pittsburg to Cairo, ai d by way of Chicago at that. The Ohio River is the cheap and usual routo for heavy freights. Mr. Addison Kellej-, of Kelley's Island, had six valuable Merino sheep killed by dogs tho night of the 15th inst., and five more bitten. Ohio pays an enormous dog -tax in tho destruction of sheep that should lis nbated. Tax dogs .$20 a head for tho war revenue, Mr. Solons. GREAT WROUGHT-IRON SHOT—THE ERICSSON BATTERY. floating battery at Green Point has been armed with two 11 inch Columhiads which have been furnished with 400 wraught-iron round shot, each' ball costing 47 and weighing .184 pounds. Theso balls were made by forging square blocks at the Novelty Works then turning them an the lathe. Tho cost of the 400 was 18,800, and their total weight is 73,000 ;pounds. Cast iron shot are liable to ;break to pieces when fired against thick iron plates. These wraught iron shots are for smashing through the sides of such Secession floating batteries as tho Merri .mac at Norfolk, and Hollins Turtle, at New Orleans. Scientific American. THE SENATORSHIP. Friday, Mr. Keyser, of Noble county of fercd'tho following resolution: Resolved, That tho general assembly proceed at an early day to tho election of tne Hon. Tbos. EwiDg, or some such man possessing h"Jgh2qualifications,-lo the Sen jtoof tho United States. Tlia rnnnrt rmr flta foi!i hnn urnc InM on tho table. " "T .' The House, by" a largavmnjority, refused to lake from the table!? joint resolution to gbjnto the election of the United States- senator. - a. J27vIt is said by the New York Com- ' - 1 ' I 7 j - - . I . roercmi jiuveruter, cuiicermug iuo recent dembnstrations"bf Union feeling on the Tennesseeri.vcr. "Such a 'revelation of tho real feeling of tho masses of 4he peoplo in two of the revolted States is worth -many victories at tho mouth of the cannon and'at the point of the. sword, nobly and gallantly as those have been won.And that they will be followed by otbervwho can doubt?- Such a revelation, loo, confirms the best motives of tho Federal Government and the loyal States for carrying tho war on vigorourly to a successful issue. B3T Queen Victoria lately entertained Bishop Mclllvanc, of Ohio, at breakfast. itSTA special tolegrarn to the Rich mood Dispatch, .dated Norfolk, Febuary 13th, contains tho following interesting items: Ono of Gen. Henningsen's men called at a house near, Elizabeth City, North Car oline, and asked for a, drink of water, when the ,'man of tbe House called hira" a d-d rebel" and fired at him, tho shot striking him in the forehead. Henningsen a men opened fire on him killing him in his house, and then Imrnt him in it. Uii i 2S7It is now said that Buckner at Fort Donelson, to be prepared for any turn of fortune, had a coublo of flans lied to op posite ends of a long polo, a coat stolen trom a neighboring fanner for a ulacU Hnsr. and a shift stolen from his wife for a white one. While the Federals kept adiitance from the fort, he displayed the ccat end of his flagstaff, but, as they approached lie suilted. Jboutsville Journal. SPECIAL NOTICES. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. C. Z. & C. R. R. Trains leave Jlillersburg: Express . 5:25 A. Accommodation 10:55 A.' Arrire at SIfller&burg: Acommadation... -1:117 P. It. Express 7:50 P. M PITTSBURG, FT WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. Leave Orrville, GOING WEST. Fast Express -....5:34 A. 31, Jiau 5:03 P. 31. GOING EAST. Mail Fast Express. f. ..9:36 A. If. 7:25 P. 31 Trains Leave Wooster as Follows. GOING EAST. TJ. S. -Hail Pas senger 9:15 A.M. VS3 I M .iprcss l assenjer GOING WEST. U. S. Mai'. r.ossenger S:03 A. M, impress . assenger S:15 A-JI Cleveland & Pittsburg Railroad. TIME TABLE. To take Effect November 4, 1861. Trains Going North. Leare riudsonas f llows: Mall 8:30 A. M. I Arrive Cleveland S:I5 A.M. Expret - 7:04 P.M. " " 8:10 P.M. Going South. Mall , 10:30 A. M. I Arri.-c Pillsbnrg -1:10 P. M. " " " I Whi-eHng. 6:40 EipresJ, 4:1 1 P. M. I " l'ittstm'rg.ll:00 " " " ' 1VhccIlns,5:50 RETURNING TRAINS. Leave ClerelanJ, 9:30 A. M. do 3:10 I'. M. Lcare Pittsburg, 1:55 A. M. do 1:40 P. M. Leave Wheeling, 11:15 A. M. J. N. McCULLOUGH, Prest. F. R. MYERS, Gen'l Ticket Agt. MATHEW'S VENETIAN LIQUID HAIR DYE. the tror'd, Easily apnl'ed; works to charm. Produces anv sbado that may bo des" red. Uei-tores 'grey hairs to its origi nal color; does not dry or scorch tbe hair, produces a permanent color one tbat will neither fade, crock, or wash out. Rcen in isme for fifteen rears. Always gives complete satisfaction. Remember! the bct. as we'las the cheapest. For sale at the BOOK STORE. Price 50 cents. Prepiretl only by A. I. MATTHEWS, Druggist, Buffalo. Dr Hazlett's Cathartic Liver Pills Sugar-Coated. Tor diseases of tbe Liver and Storqach, ITeadache, Billoue Fevers and Costivenes. Thcc celebrated Pills are pronounced by all judges better tl-an any other Pills for tc above diseases. ti3 cts. per Box Five Boxes $1.00. IIAZLlrrrS I.IKIMEN'T will core nbeamatism. Pprains. Sprains, StiTnes, Colic, Cramps, Cholera, Frost Uites, Xeuml-ia and Sore Throat. The Best Familiy Medic:&cskeep it always in tbe housa. Mrs. Dr. ClenJennlnc says. "In June, 1S33, a girl llv-in- with mo had neura'gia of tbe face and bead. She was almost detracted with pain. We tried many things without beneCt. Dr. Hazlett's Lin'inent was then nscd. It acted like a cnarm; two applications of it entirely re lieved her. Dr. HAZLETT'S COUfin SYKUP.-The best medi-c-nes for Cough, Cold, Hooping Cough and Consump tion. VOX HUMBOLDT'S BITTERS for diseae of the Liver, Pain in the Side and Shonlder. Loss of Appe tite, Debility, Sick Headache, Costivcness Dyspepsia, Fever and Ague. Weak Females, Xcrvous Prostration. For sale in Millcrsburr at the BOoK STOP.E and by II. YEKU1X. r"3?"One Box of Frank Miller's Leather Preservative and WaterProof OilElackin-will last an out-door mau oncyear. uost -a cnts. bave more man lour Times its cost'in preserving the leather and greatly constitute tbo health and comlort. For Harness it is equally valua ble. For sale at the BOOK STORE. Marriage Notices. MAIililED In Jlillertburir. Fell. 6. ISfli. hr Ter. J. II. Vjin IIkoceli.v Mr. AI.FItl W. CltAWKuRD and Miss SAtiAH J. UlGGf both of HoJmc.icountj. OBITUARY. DIED In llardv township. Ilolnies coanty. M4UY, consort of William Uul, scnaged 04 years. Thcde censed emigrated with bcrhusbaud to thU county from Maryland in 1S20, and for fifty-five rears was a consist ant and devoted member of the Lutheran Church. On the 19th InsU of Pearlet Fcrcr. ROBERT A., son of Geo. and Jask Livj;siiKnt,ER(agcd4xears. reft the house of one of its dearest treasure. The prat tlinz roice of little Robert Is hushed forever: his lit tle chair is meant and be sleeps in tbe cold, cold grave. Tis bard to part with these little ones at a period when they seem most interesting, when tbey hare, as it were,fainj entwined themselvcsaroand our very heart of hearts. Rutin after time the. promise, "of such is tbe kingdom of Heaven," becomes our comforter, and it A fil lint t h ctriRiA in (lift liltla nn rwiwn nf i&foreCr. Of Typhoid Fever. Feb. 23d. 1S12. JOIIN' A son I of John S. One, aged S years, 10 months and 14 da p. WILLIAM HAURISOX CROW, son of X. J. and Madgaret Crow, died in Kentucky, Jan 23, 1S62. non's Company, of the 51st Regiment O. V., on the 2S'h ef September, and had a strong desire to ierve his country in this her time of tioutte. Whilst he lay rick he still had strong hopes of getunj well and Again join in" his Iteir't, but this was not the ti ill of Providence: yet In this ho was resigned, for he thought of Jlim who nau voiunieereu 10 me sinners, ana wun 11013- lailu embraced him, and through bis merits, trusting in his llcavenlv Father for full salvation, and eternal life, lie met his last eucmy without fear. He gave good evi dence that be had gained the victory over his spiritml enemies through the captain of his salvation, and soon all the earth with him was past. Farewell army and battle scenes! The Christian Sol diers who love their country sach as ours and their God, shall dwell where no tears oyer premature deaths, for such are not known there. ' His funeral senrot will be preached In tho M. E. Church, Berlin, on the 16th of March, being the 3d Sabbath iu that month, at half past two o'clock. -On Wednesday, Feb. 12th, 1862, our Brother, SAAC BUCHANAN", aged 20 jcars 7 months and 10 days t The deceased enlisted on the 10th day of Octcber, 1 SOlin de'ence of the Star Spangled Banner which was won tiy our forefathers, and went to Camp Tiffin, from there to Camp Bennison, where he was attacked with Typhoid fever which lasted about nine weeks. He bore his sickness with patience and christian fortitude, and died In the hope of eternal life. Feace to thy sleeping dust. Fare thee we!l. It washardto part with hira we loved r. When faint and cold his mortal clay. Ills short race now is ran, The combat s o'er, the prize 1 won. He Is at rest in Jesus' faitlifol arms, At rest in a peaceful bed. Secure, from ail tbe dreadful stonni -' Which round this einf nl world are spread. Ilii harpy 'out has gone heforo To that Inheritance divine, He will labor, sorrow, Igb no more, But bright in endlcsc glory shine. Then let our mournful tears 1 dry. Or In a gentle measure flow, We will bail him happy in the sky, ait time to C UNDERHILL THE MARKETS. Millersburg Market. MILLERSBURG, Feb 26 1862. Flour 5,50$6,00 CloTcricctl 3,00 Buckwheat floiir.ilrt.Wi Flaxseed $1.00 Jlycflonr $ctvt. $11,50 Timo'ydo 1,50 Wheal BUigUO Green Apples.. ....50 Corn 35 Dried Apples. ...$1.00 Oats 20 Dried Peaches... $2,00 Hyo : 37 Smoked JIams 7 Barley ........ 3035 Smoked Shoulders. ..5 Uutter. 10 Smoked Sides G Eggs 8 DrcoBd Tork. 2.52J Lard 5 king! Going! C-oing!! THE rr.IZE EKTELOPE PACKAGES for sale at the Book Store, are going off like hot cakes, on a win ter morn. Mrs.. Haven drew a SILVER FLATEDD BCTTERKXIFEi This sold dozens in her neighbor hood. Mrs. Chapman got a DOUBLE LOCKET, worth ti. This sold a dozen more to her ne'ghtors, who, if they did not draw lockets drew romcthicg else, with which thejr were satisfied. "Each package contains S3 cts. worth of paper bd envelopes alone, betide other valuables. 'Try one and be satisfied its no humbug. - Fresli Garden Seeds! JCST received at the B001C5T0RE. Tbeseseedsare all fresh, a we bold none over; nor take Lack old one. Notice to Teachers. THE Board of School Examiners, within and for the countynf Holmes, will hold meetings for the eiam inationof Teachers of common schools. In tbe town of Millersburgion the 6th and 221 of March, and "on the Sthand 19th of ApriI,lS62. EjXo Applicants will be admitted after 10 o'clock. A.M. BOBERT JCSTICE.Cierk. ilillersburg, Feb. 20, 1S32. Cure for Corns. BY buying one of Wiers Portfolio Packages yon get a simple and sure cure for Corns, besides 05 other Talnabie receipts, parrer, envelopes, jewelrr. &el All for 25 cents. For sale at the BOOK-STORE. Read the Advertisement II ended GOI3VG, GOING." f THAT YOU CAN BUY For 10 Cts. DAyiKL BOOXE; the Hunter of Kentucky. KIT 1CAII&OX; the Rocky Mountain Guide. ALICE WILDE; the Rahman's Daughter. SYBIL CHASE; or, the Valley Ranger. COL. DAVID CROCKET; the Hunter, Wit nud Humorist. LATA YETTE; Life and Services of. THE DOUBLE HERO; a Tale of Sea and Land, during the war 1812. EASTAKD WEST; or Beauty of Williard's ilill. XATIIAX TODD; or the fate of the Sioux Captive. CEDAR S WAMP; or Wild Kuls' Brigade. THE FROSTIER AXGELJ a Romance of Kentucky Ranger s Life. THE TRAIL 1IUKTERS; or Jlouano, The Shawnee Spy. SETII JOKES; or the Captives of the Frontier. THE BACKWOODS BRIDE; a Romance of Squatter Life. MALIESKA; the Indian Wife of the While Hunter. THE PRIVATEERS CRUISE; and the Bride of 1'onfrct Hall. STELLA; the daughter of Liberty. POXT1AC; the Conspirator. TECUMSEH; Life and Exploits of. JOHN PA UL JOKES; Life and .Exploits of. RUTH JfAGUIRE; A Romance of the Revo lution of 1639. K1KG BARKABY; or llic Maidens of the Forest. GA1BALDI; the Washington of Italy. FOR SALE AT THE . BOOK STOKE, aiillcrsbursr. Feb. 20. 18G0. BETTER AND BETTER. THE roair who offered to rell $1 worth of cloth for 73 tcntu was snmrthing of a beaefiactor these hard times but when you can get about five time the worth of it for twenly-iive cents, then is the time to purchase. READT READT READ! . TWENTY-FIVE CENT POET FOLIO - CONTENTS: 12 Sheets Commercial Note Paper, 5 Sheets of Ladies Xote Taper, 12 Buff Envelope, Hai, t C White Envelopes, Beaut fall y Erabcl'jshed 1 Accommodation Ten-Holder, 1 Tine Steel Ten. 1 Fine Poctet Pencil, 1 l"ottinx Pad, 100 New and Valuable Bcccipt., 1 IVarHyinn, 5 Engraving, illuat ration War Implcroentf, 1 New Method for Computing Interest, 2 ra&hionable Designs for Collirs 4 " Cndersleevrs, 2 Underskirt. 1 Corner Handkerchief 2 " Cuffs, 1 " u Silk Purse, 1 " Child's Jacket, 1 11 Orna. Pil'ow Cafe. 1 Traveler's 3iare, (or Puzzle Garden.) One Beautiful Article of Jewelry. Such as Bracelet, Ear-rings, Neck Chain. Watch Chain, lircastpn, Armlet, Hed-ilion, fclecve Jmltons, bilvcr encii, or some other article. FOR SALE at the BOOK STORE. 10 Keceiptsa rrtllAT sold through thi3 county about a year ago for 5 crnt, arc included with the paper. Envelope?, JeweIry,Slcel Pen, renn', ie put up in Wier's 25 cent package Envelopes. For sale at the G-REAT ARRIVAL OF T At Millersburg, Ohio. Sc SOjST haTc jnst rcroired at theirStorr, a larce and supeitnr ftnek of Uuri ware, Iron, Xai!,C3tlcry. Glass, "Windotr Sasfa, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. And In short, everything usually lept In a Hardware Store: to which thev invite nnblic attention. Their stock is corrplete, embracing in the Hardware'Bne, and na oeen carcluliy seicctca trom me le marseia. Promising to ose of their stock at unprecedented LOWPBICES! They respectfully solicit share of public patronage. rrTher are a cents for the Kirbv Ueatier and ow- r and for other MachineM. HEUKUN & SOX. April 18,1861,-05 WHAT YOU CAN GET FOR SSS CEWTS 24 sheets good Letter Paper, 24 brood iLnvelopes, 0 bteelrens, A 1 Copper Erodium Pot, 1 Pen Holdei-, 1 Lead Pencil, Put in a large envelope and sold ior 25 cents at the BOOK STOIO-jE!. . ALSO, 12 Sheets Union Letter Paper, 12 Union Envelopes, good goods, 1 Piece of Jewelry, worth from 25 cents to 53 dollars. Put up in a large envelope and sold for 25 cents at the BOOK STORE, in Millersburg. Some turn up their bofcs at the prhes contained in tbee cnvclonrs. They arc not all ralualblo 'tia true, but then you get 24 cents worth wide from the Jewel rr. A to the Jewelry, ak tho two Msrs Johnion, Mrs. Smith, Jacob Kinc Henry Miller, Alexander Darir, and a hundred more that we might- n.anc, that drew Iri2C which $3 would hardly buy back. CHEAPER THAN EVER! 3?rices of Carbon Oil. 1 pint - - - - 8 Cents, 1 Quart - - - - i15 2 " - - - - - 30 " 1 gallon or more, 50 cts. per gal. By ihcBb 1., at TiUsbnrg prices, with tho addition of freight only. H. S. WESTON" Oct. 31, 1861. at er at of at he do to or FIRST NEW GOODS In 186! . JACOB CalERRYnOLMEST IsrecelTinc ht3 "T" Second Sxock 7 of WINTER GOODS! J irliic5ih.c iaselljogat REDUCED PRICES'; and inrites the traJing commnnitj lo glance, at the fol- low in y pnrc?: HE SELLS Calico for Calico for Calico for Calico for Brown Muslin for Crown Brown Brown -" Bleached Lnxlin for -g-cta.Vjd 10 12!J 13 S 12.'.' 15 IS ,'10 12 Big Stock of Cotton Goods, AT CHERRYHOLMES. CHEAP SUGAR, AT CHERRYHOLMES. CHEAP COFFEE, AT CHERRYHOLMES. CHEAP SHOES, AT CHERRYHOLMES. CHEAP HATS, AT CHERRYHOLMES. CARPJETS, From 25 cents to $1 per Yard, AT CHERRYHOLMES. If you want to ret relief of hard timjj, boy your goods of CIIEEUYHOIJIES, you can J your Save Money by it. HE SELLS OLD GOODS at OLD PRICES. ClierrybolincV is the place to get GOOD BARGAINS. CHERRYHOLMES PAYS Gash for Butter & Ems. The highest prices paid for Butter and Eggj AT CAERRYHOLMES. CALL AT CHERRYHOLMES' CALL AT CHERRYHOLMES' SEEj.SEE,-SEE, The splendid cheap slock of Coods at Chcrryholmcs' Butter, Ecc. Lard. Taltow. Rairs. Beetwar. ?V.t)ra Grain. Steds, Pork, Beans andlloney,- taken lor roods Chcrryholmes. Bay your Goods at Chcrryholmes. February 13,1302. 28 Read tlic Advert isomciil Headed "GOING, GOLVG, GOING." EAGLE MATCHES! THESE SIATCT1E3 are entirely- ireo from BKmstone or other offensive odor lipht with cortaiat bum uriuianuy aoouc uac jujnuii are sale la sbippin uniniurfd Ir d.nuiiinesi; -andcheaner to the teusura- than the common Urinutouc Match'. For Sale at the Book Store. FARM FOR SALE! BYrirlucof the last will and testament of Jacob Llghtcap, dcccasid. late of Holmes county, Ohio, the undersigned will offer for sale On the 20th day of March, 1362, the late rrstdcocc of the dec J, iu" Ripley township, Holmes count, Ohio, at public vendae, the folloiring property, t.z: The east half of the south east quarter rcction thirt-four,and apart ofthe cait half of the north oaot quarter of section thirty-four; all in town- snip lo, anu rau;c i, coniamin 130 Acres, WELL IMPROVED, with good Spring, pood Orchart1, House and Darn, and fifty acresof rood timber land, an t other conrtn'enees for a farm, within three miles of Clinton Station, on the viii" miu a viiunj 1 1 .in.! ivain imu. TERMS: One-third in hand; one-third In one year, d one-third in two rears. .Sale at 1 o'clock t 31. K. A. TORBET. Ex'r Feb, 6, 1S60. Rend llic Advertisement Headed uGOIXG, GOJNGj GOIXG.55 Nobody else lias Them. THE EonkStore men hare the exclusive right to sell TYier's rrize Packngcs and scleral others, Minor's Stationery pAckagps and several others. There are ped- niers mrougu me country selling a miserable muta tion. The lviner in them is thin as soan bubbles, and Jewelry, tho refuse of some coHntry blacksmith shop. iurn iu cm oni oi yonr noors, ana u you nare a Dig dog tell him to. bite them, and if he refuses, kill the dog, as is as worthless as the peddler. . t Don't you Believe It. JEADTIIE ADVERTISEMENT II HADED Going. Going, Coins, and go yourself and try your luck. LOOK OUT. THE undersigned has, because cf bad health, deter mined to retire from business for a year or two. To this he must close out his stock of Watches and Jewelry. This he is determined to do by selling out his present stock at remarkably low prices. Now is the Time to Secure Uargains and save money. Ho Is determited to close out hU present stock by the 1st of April next af whatever the articles it ill bring in cash. Kcmcmhcr This! Those indebted to me by note or book account niuft pay up, or I will be compelled to enforce tollectlons. GEORGE L. COOK. Jan. SO, 1S62. n47. Head tlio Ad vortiscmont Headed "GOING, GOING, GOING." CAUTION.. ALL person are hereby cautioned-again purchas ing or trading for a note signed by nic and made pavalle to Jonathan Garvcr, dated January 7, 1862, and cailiag for Ffty Dollars. Also, another note slgnod by me and madepayable to John Hianir calling for Forty flvc dollars, and dated January 7, 13C2.- Said notes were procured by fraud and v 111 not be paid by mOf under any circumstances. DANIEL KEIM. Jan. 23, 18G2. To the Honorable Commission ers of Holmes County. THE citizens of Xlolracs County, Ohio, residing In the Ieluity of tho load herein asked to bo altered, would respectfully repiesent that the public interest will bo promoted by an alteration of the county road leading from Klrkeudall's Saw Mill, In Monroe jtownship, Millersburg. Said alteration to commence at or near where the road crosses the branch of Casey's run tho first time. In lot No. 2, in township nine and range seren, thence along the hank of said run and intersect the State road leading from Millersburg to Loudomitle, at near the bridge ncrov Carey's run, In lot Nn.f, In township 0, and ran go 7. Ah to varato no much ol said raod as lies bef ccn the. commencement and terml tion of the abore mcutioued alteration. January fl, 1702. 24 Don?t Cry any More. TTSK QNHOK WADE AND IlUTCHEIiS KA7.0IIS J MbD you rhae, and you needn't rry anr mora from pain. Tbo genuine article for ia! at tha HOOK STORK Is - Read tbe AdTertisement Headed "GOING, GOING, GOING." On (HP at KOCH'S CORNER Millersbtxrg, Ohio. A LARGE LOT OF '" " 3Vew Goods, JUST OPENING. Bleached Shirtings, Canton Flannels, rnnis ana units. The Ut goods In town for tho leatt money at KOCH'S CORXEK. WINTER DRESS GOODS, An extensira assortment of nosr ttvlea and ral.r. yery cheap now received at KOCH'S COKXEK. FRENCH MERINOS, All grades and sliade., & fine supply just recIre.1 at Winter Shaivls and CIoaks5 The latest stj les arc opened ont at KUUU'S UOKiN rAi. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS. The new "Lance Sllka" jnst received at BROADCLOTHS AND CASSIMERES. A rery lar'e stock received at KOCH'S CORNER. Hat and Sonnet Ribbons. A baut!ful supply received at KOCH'S conxER. Skeleton Skirts. The lndcstructiblcs," just received at KOCH'S CORNER. Everything else you want, Iryouvrant It good and cheap at KOCH'S CORKER. Sell your Produce. At KOCH'S CORNER. Buy your Dry G-oods At KOCH'S CORNER. Save your Money Bylnyingat KOCn'SCOItXElt. Come and See At KOCir COR.VEIt. G-reat Variety of Soaps. A BOUT 20 different kinds of Fancy Soans f..r sale at the BOOK STOKE. BERLIN SELECT SCHOOL! For Males and Females. IS an English and Classical Select School, situated In Cerliu, Jlolmca county, O. The sccond terra will commence on Monday, October 28th, and close n FrM-y March 21st, with a vacation of one eclc dttung the Holiday. Tu'tion for the whole term of twanty wccLs. Common II ranch e-! - $ 6.03 llii;hcr3Iatieinatics andXat. Sciences - - 8 OO Latin and Greek Languages - - - - 10,00 German and French - - 10,00 Jiifct ruction on the 1'iano at the rroiessor s charges. The School will alTord special adrantaccs to thosu tire paring t teach. Good leanlinff can lo obtained in private fuu.Ke.i at low rates. Students can rent rooms and board thcmselrcs at a rcry small cipensfl. t or turtiicr mrunnauon inquire oi J.C.GILT.AU. rrincip-.!. or rrnf.H. L LIITKRT, Any . 13; 1SC1. Berlin, Holmes county, O. One Family BOCCIIT three or Wicra Portfolio Enrclon.ii last week, and in addition to tbe other article?, got one ver plated Butter Knife, worth a Sl,"r, one wt of Sleeve Buttons, worth 50 cts.. and a Lava Breast 1'in, worth $1, CO Try your luck. 1'or sale at the Read the Advertisement Ilcaded "GO IN, GOING, GOING." LOOK TO YOTJR INTEREST! FOR A TEIFIE ABOVE FIKST COST! Buy your CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, and GENT.'S FURNISHING GOODS, HOFFMAN & MOSS United States Clothing Store! Two doors west ofthe Court House, MILLERSBURG, O. They hare the largest and best selected stock erer DrouRiit io mis mat Let, ana at prices xo aeiy an compe- mon. Don't take Our Word for It! Ilulcnll for yourself and Fee the piles of Koodthoy have, and we feel convinced that if you want to bur anr clothing, or anything else In their line, yon cannot help hut buy. They sell goods on account cf this war time HEAPER ttan the CHEAPEST! They are hound not to be undersold. S3TBKMEUDER, 2 doors west of the Court Houe, at - The Sign of the "Little Giant." the place to secure good bargains. 6loil)hcj h$t)e io Qtiek, the shortest notice, and Ots WAURAXTKD. rio v 14, 1501. JiurjrJirt ocjiua.-. COVERLETS! COVERLETS! DO yon want k good, heavy and nice Coverlet? If so, call at tho U. S. Chithing Store. They have ust received a very urge let irom a rcnnyirani8 man- lacturer at very low prices. GO AND SEE THEM. Not. 14, 11. HOFFMAN fc MOSS. Keep Your Teeth. Clean. IRSTGOTOTIIEUOOK STORE and bnraTooth EXTEAORDINARILY Cajiturc of Itlnjor Andre. Apr"'' 1" "err .lmcncan Iicarr, and rnoma auorn trer uweiuog. (Sheet 2ls30) 2o cents. Tho Jolly Flitt-Itoatuicil. If erer Iotc of fun and humor were cxprc.fea In a picture, tney Deam from the countenances of "The Jollj Flit-Boatmen;" and a. a lcminitcent c of acene of rudo eoiorrnent long uinco pnyscd away, the Enjrravin has j.eculUr historical Tame mtlrpenupnl 01 it uijrli claim, as a work ot art. (?hcct 24i30) - - 23 cent;. TIieTrapprr's tast Sliot. This picture will re call man tltrllllnt reminiscence oi earl noruer me. Tlio trapper, with but o. chargt left, and tket in his rijtle is surprised ly a part ot Indians. A desperate moment. (SUectHiMJ 23 cents. Timo of Wnr. An ele-ant Engrarinj, pecnlltrly appriate for tho times, and la gicat dem nd. (Sheet 20i3j) 25centf. The l.net Slipper. From Lenardo da Vinel, h well well known in mosi unmuan iiousenoia. is really a treasure that should tind its way into everr family in the land. (Shcet22i2S) ... 35ccnts. Pcnlc's Court of Jlcnlll. Colored In Oil. (Sheet 23i31) - - SOronts. Crniflxinii. Rcprcrrntingthatthrilline;rccnfi when our l.oni coinmanucj uis raoiner io tne care of John. (Shcot 245.30) .... 25 cents. Our C'cncral's In llir Fii ld. Just Published. l"rintct iu Colors. (S'uo 22x23 . SO cents. Gl'II. Geo. It. ItlcClvlInii, Commainlcr-ln- Clilcr. An rleRant Steel rlate The lrget rrer 1'ubHshcd ot Ren. JlcCIcllan. regular price i- Tlio City of tlio (3rrat Killy. Kngraved by the laie ceiromicu a. u. u.ck. 1 uis is ono oi ",c steel cncratln;s erer executed In thl. country. Site 2Ss40. (Old price ti) - - 1 dollar. Daniel 'Webster, nddrrssinr; the ti. R. Sou- nie m isau. in dh rrrrni "tUiIon nnd Coiistitiition." Ibis Engraving rontafus over ono hundred correct portraits of tho great Statesmen of tho dir. and pronounced the fin est natlonil works ot art MM country over pmunc.u. It is about 3s4 fret in sis'- A" out!'" key accompa nies trery engrsiln-, pointing nut by numbers each peisoirrrprtscntc'1. So rich and cosily an engraving, requiring so much artistic labor and skill In its pro tuctlou, ha. never been Mild in this country or Cu roporor less than $5 to $10 per copy. - - - 1,50 FOR SALE AT TUE MILLERSBURG, OHIO. HEAP ill -L -L'J-A of "VICTORIOUS OVER-PAIN. BMfiG'S ARCTIC LINIMENT. Vk Aonr' or care ! Eeluicss or Nt healtlil IJfe or ilcatU! These are lue jeuons niToivcti in me alntIuuor 'ifjecfivn of thin .pe el tic by the martyrs to external ducase and injuries llavlr. re cctTed tbe ludorsenientcf thedtH tiiignnhcd saaniy the late I'r. KANf and itefllcacy tested dur injtwo awful Winter- in" the re Eious of eternal ice. it in now coming-into gtriwrsl tt-e in eury fac tion of the cirilized glube, and its imrToloitt nirt are eitrrwlit-i-i THE AFFLICTED JIEJOICE. r4g- HfXIIUnK and TIIOl'SANTS iwh II.. viniiev and nro rejoieiujr in fretilom rn-iu linsvriiis: 1WIN ami M.-i-USK which tillier reninlie liad Taileil l' core". Jlaie tm tho 11UON- nims, sni:ii:i., wiir- 1IATIHM, M1MTU, UMl Anii:irT(iTll AOli: ArcyoM ainiele.1 Mill! Il.l h-(lUK hlif Icriu? rn.ni ni:fl.-l:r STRAINS, tnuNs, hiki: i.vtM, mmi THE ARCTIC I.1NIMEKT ill alftitd whi Instant rvlitf. Kwrj U-Iy U'l'ubltf lo ' 'UifaftfJi tf V JrUie-e drrndrul nccuhnls tln V'a fir(i uj wPiJ a"d iniw filiate itliiT, often kit VM t'wSfy' w rr"u 'all, lvry itteam m. liu p'V' It-ul lallnad train MiouIJ Att -1 ' kei'il wlri' ,,,"t ,,rari1 11,0 vf J sl,ricks r.'g.M'(Ii ittlcieu ly the JjN;.r Ma tiled and nmitniil victims if fltNitiiiH nud i-)Hij.Iiiw.dirvn not V. "w vt' "'t' M,mc '"wn tf it-liering l S? iiia3 their t-rtuie !iuild alvaj bo jjj?ijarcM'tiijie i iicluIoekexixtiutliLH lIim iilu cuntntlliiiga-fut. ltis THE MOTHErvS' C0MPAOT0N. It cure-t CAKFS IN TIIK ItltKAST, OKK MrTIJS, Mji:i:ijiy,i'isirn5!t&c !--- lir nlrt irfze n pure Uu, i if fiMiiIe, btulcl.es, Fcurf mid all dihct'IoratHuvs and rx- irecnces !:iitd attack ?: tli-e trenMrit mi w-antj u i!um.iiii .uttmiiastltcv a'Knr with the A1X IIU JJMJUuNT. It in i-xrellent fttr the Hair, giin ita IiCnlthy, glvy nji 1 earn! tec. It U GOOD FOR MAN AND BEAST. j U in a sovereign remedy fut the Tariwiis tli-caM with nl licit lmn-eerenlllicteil; cur iiiff tbe ino-.lnLirmiiijtca-ctf 1ML'1SI PritAIX!?, hTIUNi: II.M.T. AVOCNliS. &ci:ailii- i-x Mvnc r, ppavin ni.Nt; im'i; i;h:-iii:ai, iuij. IA"1I, No limner, livery htablo kccjr, or any inn.oii onnint; ralnaMe HOUGHS, fhouM be nttliout tbi valua ble lemody. Kor sale by all rcncct.ible Druggists and Denier lYices of the liniment, 25 cent.-., CO crntsnml SI a bot- a nnn-tlnlLiF buttle conlaiui as lutcu jjuimeui as eight twenty-five-cent bottles EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. Everv mircliascr of a dollar Iwtlle of Hie AUCTIC IJK- ISIRST rcceire... at Dr. lliar"'. espeusc, llio L".S'ITKI STATES JODItVAU of New York, for one jrar. Tlie Journal i a large illustrateil japer eacli number eon taining .siilcen jatget, bcautiriilljr printed on clear nhite paper, and filled with original matter trom tlje most tnl hant writers of the countnr. Certificate of subscription and full particular of the norel and pliilnntliropic en terprise, of which this offer forms a part, will accompany each bottle. An AGEOT WANTED in EVERT TOTVN and V7IJ.ACE. BRAGG & BUrtrtOVES,.St. Trills, SIo. New York Office. No. 371 BROADWAY. Communications should ahvajs be addressed to St. Louis. For sale at tlie Book Store. P. C. THO SVI SOWS Improved Premium j MANUFACTURED AND SOLD BY P. C. THOMSON, Xo. 248 Xorth Third St., PHILADELPHIA. O XH can of this Essence will go ox far as four pounds of Codee.and ColTee madebv it will preserve per fectly tha real taste of tbe-best Coffee and will have a more delicate and finer flavor, a finer color, and will be much more wholesome than pure Co0-; ItillaUo oe clear wituout requiring any tiling to clarify it. FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE. 10 MEW CALLED nt the Book Store the other day and bonpht each, for Jiirncll one of JIInnrs Stationary Packa gn. These were wise men, for each jot for 25 cents what lrourht In the ord'niwr way -would have coittLein 55 cents. LADIES, i XOTJIKK I.OToftliOfe eicellentBroad Tane. Is- i-.abclla Skirts, jut received at the BUOK STOKE. SMOKE YOUR OWN PIPE. MEKESHAMS, MOIIESIIAJIS, confideraUe shams, and no sham at all Pipes, inst received and for sale at the BOOK STORE. MERCHANT'S Garglinj Oil for sale JLTJL at the HOOK STORE. T)ERRY DAVIS' Pain Killer for sale at the 1100K STORE. HAZLETT'S Rheumatic Linamcnt Forsaleattho ' BOOK STORK. BURNETT'S Cocoainc for the Hair Forsaloat the BOOKSTORE. D" IARIES FOR 18G2 FOlTSALE at the BOOKSTORE. T7INE REIM5LUE AND BLACK INK Just rcceivid at tha BOOiC STORE. "PSSENCES Essence of CinnaraoD, J Wintergrcen, rerrennint, &c, tor sale at tho BOOKSTORE. ROUND COMBS For 10 cents, war ranted gnm. A large lot jnst received at the BOOK STORC. LOOKING GLASSES All sizes, from one shilling up. Tor Sale at tho BOOKSTORE. 7INE SOAPS nnd PERFUMERIES- A nice lot of both, jnst receivedat tho BOOK STORC. HAIR AND CLOTH BRUSHES Doyoa want either? Call at tho Book Store and get one. F v-vtt nAlinc? A 1 . ll.. irrj uujiuo uv iui. jiisu, Redding Combs. Juslieccivca at the BOOK STORE. "jTRS- WINSLOW'S Soothing Syrup. fresh lot just receivedat the BOOK STORE. rpOY DRUMS A fit,o lot of srrall -L Drums, just receivedat tho BOOK STORE. I5c:i( Hits Advfrliciiieiit Headed "GOING, GOING, GOING." Baulks Suspending! ANOTHER WAR DECLARED! Let Every Man Look Out foi Himseii. BE3JAfwiN"cOHN ATTI1EYOC.VI! AUKKICA CI.OTHIN'O STORE, has on hand a large stock of every description, for men and hox which he It inat .orylo'r prices and takinj; la pavment at par ti.M nntpx of sni'oat.dcdbaukfl nhlch are considered scl tt.U He has l nFmiiRFnwflR ritnt JiI.tI, t !-' nnrt I. iifrifora dettnnlncd to sell Eoodftat abonlcost, junt to k-ep Ulra In essrcio and elp the people throatjh tho t-ymg titQff. should loolt out for hlm-elf, and consult bis own Inter est by buying goods where they can bo bought the cnrnncsl. . Rn and examine his nood it Is no trouble for h! to showthein at the Young America Clo thing Store(ittbs old stand on mo corner. Clothlog md to order on the xhortnk-possible no- tier fits warranted no fit no tale. XV MillersUnrg, Jan. 9, 1S83. , . COIIX. Ailmlnistrator's IVotlce. Vf otice is hereby given that the undersigned lias been XN anrolntcd aud quslllird as admlulstrator of tho cstato of William SpanslTtSco'tl. ABSALOM BAKER. Jso.SOlh.lSe:. In li an a or SEBI-AHSUAL STATETflHiT, HO. 102. GAP. TAL AND SURPLUS, 8932,302.96. May Xt. 1SG1. Cash and eah itims - - -Loans well secured - - - -HfalKstate ..... 2625 shares ITartfordbanfc Stoeis 2435 " New York - . 1010 Boston " WW other '- United States and State " " -Ilart.&N.HarenRKLondst" - ' -liaitfjrdCityiiouds -Conn. Kirer Co. & R. R. Co. Stock . $i9,53S TS - SS3 20 1S.0OO 90 - 274,839 00 . 193,350 00 100,750 00 - S8.OS5-0O - J3,S67 00 39,700 00 36,730 00 - 4,600 00 Total Assets .... - $03202 98 Total liability. .... 7344 27 For details of investments, sec small Cards and Cir culars. Insunnccmajbe effected In this old and substantial Companr on favorable terms. Apply to It. W. TIDE ALL, Agent. Dwellings nnd Farm Propertj insured for a tena of jears at Terr low rates. July 11, 1S61 J7. The Union Line Express Company. MR. B EN JA Ml N COI1N having; been appointed local agent of the Company in MiUcrsbarg, woald say to the business public, that they are located np town, at the store of Mr. Cohn, whera all matter pertaining to tlio transportation of Bank Notes, Cold, Valnablcs, Merchandise or Produce, will rcceirc dae attention and prompt despatch. Our Express leaves the ofiice daily in charge of our own messencers, on fast passenger trains to all access! Lie port, of tbe United States and Canadas. collection, with or without ocds, will be xnaae ana the proceeds promptly returned. Special and satisfactorv rates riven to regular ship pers or Putter, E"g, Poultrr. &c to forei-n markets. MillcrslurE, Aug. 10, 1E01 .In 6 Cleveland, 0 PARK'S PIUCKTjY PIiASTERS They Imparl Strength; they Annihilate Pain. . rpnnsE delightful plasters iTlf's ' A TieM readily to the motion of tha j. clxsx. a , notion ofthe body, absorb perspiration VATiatT j aaj throw off all otTensiTe coagulated x OniS - impurities of the system. Tbey should "PiMrtlrl-TT bc ttsfr all Chronic Pains, PaiMnefa j. aiuj j uyspeF8ia,i;oias.i;onsumpiion, iidea- PlclStGrS i mat,sin Female Weakness, etc. They UtE OI D TCt&ia their actire properties irhen '5 11 ( other riaster.i are uselesp, and miter t XV fl.ll ' applied pain cannot exist. Erery am!- diuli:rr3 i ly should haTe them. Oncsizeoncloth. FROM 1 TO three sizes on leather. Samples sent xunes; d. s. BARNS. 13 i 1$ Pars Eotv, N. T. Feb. 21. 1SC1 27 DirORTED EXPRESSLY FOE 1ST. 3?. McCoimick. COME AND SEE and be convinced what a nico Wi yon can ret for $15 to $20 only. WARRANTED FOR TIME Come and eee my fine stock of SETII TflOMS 8 DAY CLOCKS For 8,50 only. Thirty Hour Seth Thomas Clocks $5. Calendar JLevcrs Jcivettcd, SIS ZDOLIijfVZR.S- Thirty Hour Alarm 4,50, Eght Day Church or Umce C-locks, O". eXewelry, J eTvelry. I have on hand an excellent article of Jewelry of all stvlcs . Also SPECTACLES, warranted to suit all are and sights. N. P. McCORMICK. Xcit door to S. R. Wcirich's Hardware Store. Oct. 24, 1861. Dr. J. H. MaLEAN'S SIRESGTHENISG COEWAL AND BLOOD PURIM The Greatest J If THE TOTlLT,- led too Host Pelicioa jL5D DdiyliifuL Cordial ETEIt TAKSX. The thousands upon thousands who are daily us:nr Mclean's Strenetheninc Cordi al, certifr that it ah- rolntely an infallihlcs ij-pirfcrr rcmcdrrorrenoTacn? .t-7-. MoretaMngi& iuvigorting the-iiicrjaKinj. shattered and diseased and dh-eaied System pnrifyinj and enrichinir the Kobd restorinj the sick, aatTerinsf invalid to HEALTH AND STRENGTH. There is no mistalce aloutit,- It tt!11 cure Llrer Complaint, Dysrepsla, Diarrhoea, Dysentarr, Headache, Depression of Spirits, FeTer and Ague, Inward FeTer, Bad Breath, or any disease ofthe Lirer. Stomach, or Bowels. 3f"Gentlemen,.do your frish to be hcalthey, strenj and vigorous. Ladief. do yon. -want the bloom of health to mouat to yonr cheeks again? then go at once and get Mean's Sfrenjtliciiiiij Cordial and EM PnriSer. PcTny not a moment. It Is warranted to circ satisfaction. It Trill eure any disease ofthe Kidneys, Womb, or Blad der; Fainting-. Obstrocted Mrnstruation, FalHnfrof th Womb, Barrenness, or any disease arising from Chronlo or Perrons DchIIUy;it is an Infallihlc Remedy. FOIl C2IILDUE?f. Do you want your delicate, sickly, puny children, to behealthytronjyandrcbust? then giro themXcLean'a Strcngthenins CordiaT.-(sccthe directions on each bot t'e) it is delicons te take. 3One table-spoonful, taken e,ry morninc fastis g is a sure prercntiTO agaiowt chills and feTer, feliorr f ver, rholera or any prtrailin dis-ase. "Caut ion! Beware of Druggists or Dealers who may try to palm upon yon a bottle of Bitters or Sar aparilla, (which they can bay cheap) br sarins It is just as good. There are eTcn men BASE enough to steal part o( my name to dub their VILE decoctions. Atold such inlamous URATES and their Tllllanoua componnds! Ask for J. II. McLean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purifier. Take nothing else. It is the only remedy that -rill purify your blood thorough ly and, at the same time. Strengthen and InTioraU the whole organization. It is put up in large bottlei SI per bottle, or six hot ties for $5. J. II. aicMvAN, Sole Proprietor. Corner of Third and Hne S ts St. Lou-is, ITo - B 3 4 DIt. Md.HVNS VSIYEIZSATs fIt.I3 for Liver Coinulaint, nHliousnrss, Headnchcj There noxcr has been & Cathartic med'eiss offered to the public, that has giten such c a tiro satisfaction as SIo Lean's Universal Pills. KIng entirely vegetable, they aro perfectly' Innocent and can be taken by the most tender infant: ret uromnt and powerful In remoTing all BilHous rccrttions. Acid or Imnure. Feted Matter from the Stomach. In fact ther are the only Pills that should be used in malarious dis tricts. Ther produce no Gripinc. Sickness or. Tain in tho Stomach or Bowels, though very active and searching their operation, promoting1 healthy secretions of th Headache and Foul Stomach, when so cheap a reme can be obtrined! Keep them constantly on hand; a single doe9, taken In feaiD, may prerent hous,days, andmonths of sickness. Ask for Dr. J. II. McLean! Universal Fills That no other. Being coated, thty aro ttstcle&s. Prico only S cents per box, and can to mail to part of the United States. I. u.jjcui..,aQiarropr.e.or. Corcerof Third and Pin? Strtt,St. I-oais, Mo. Bit. J II. Md-KAVS VOliCAMC Oil LIM ghaJGcsi External tnthe World, for Man or Beast Thousands of human bclnrs hare been tared a life af decrepltudo and missery by the use of this Invaluable olme nt. It will rxJievo pnin almost Instantaneously, and It will cleanse, purify and heal tbe foulest SORE In Iu credible short tUae, McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini ment will relieve tho most inveterate cases of Rheuraa tivm, Cont, N'euralcia. For ParalyaU, Contracted 31ns cIes,Stlfucss or Weakaess in tho Joints, Muscles or Ligaments, It will never fail. Two applications will cor Soro Throat, Headache, or Earache. For Burns or caid,or anr rain, u is an inraiiiMst Kemedy. Try It, and TOtt will Audit an Indiipensiblo reni&dv. Eeenit alwrsoahan ritnxera, warmers, or any nariiiz cbargv or horari. will save money by using McLean's Oil I.Uuraent. It It spcody and lnlaUiblo euro for Galls, Sprnlus, Chafe, Swelling, Lameness, Sweeney, Sores, Wounds, Scratches any external disease. Try it, and you will be eon viaced Hit. J. H. MeliEAN, Sole Proprietor. SAINT LOUIS, MO Formic II. YKUGIX, Mllltriburg, O, July 4,18-ly