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Fireside Department. For the REPUBLICAN.
BY E. D. I.
Christians, je ro light to the world.
Then let jourlamus be burning bright;
Fur darkness hath her wing entailed.
To combat with the stars ot light;
And she would blend the two in one,
I'aint blackest ruin, a spotless white;
She hath no concord with the snn,
Yc have no sisterhood with night.
Your light will sin and wrens; reveal;
But earth loves Dot the rar divine.
That shines on what she would conceal.
Herpowerof darkness confine, .
To blot forever from her skr.
The stars that in her midnight shine;
Upon herseir would she relt ,
And glory in the light's decline.
Oh! she doth not perceive jour worth;
But she will say that you are impure.
Know you are in, not of the earth ;
Her contact would your light obecure.
Her touch of sin the sou! defiles,
Her pleasures briogtheebutdepair;.
Though she natter you andsmiles, f '
Bementber that she lays a snare, '
The worldprays not, "Lord give m igfit."
But no; she blimllr says, We see."
fclie loves and cherishes the night.
She cares not, asks not to be frre.
But yet some erring one may turn.
When e'er he sees thy works of love.
.Then trim four lamps, that bright they burn,
BY REV. G. D. WATSON.
If all the talk that passes in the
world for conversation during one
day was reported, it would be
frightful pile of words; and per
baps the most ridiculous part would
oe our own. Ve have never put
the right estimate on conversation;
and while we pretend to regard it as
tne main staple of society, are per
petually 'descending to mere twad
dle.fwhhout, talking the thing we
intended. The overwhelm inj majority-
of itho'se who have a degree
of education and culture, never giv
, ing evidence of cither, in ordinary
4 v?ha .speed with which we rush to
ifejte duty. of lire, allows ns but
? P M tyi hours for drinking from the
i 1 jcfepiofisocial swees; and even these
scanty hours are whittled away to
thin shavings. There are some few
causes that prevent good conversa
tion, and every honest soul should
either demolish or surmount them.
Our mistake is, we pay too much
attention to physical conditions.
These incessant inquiries concern
health are useless.. Wc not only
Have diseases infinite in number,
but even a worse disease of perpet
ually talking about them; and this
malady has infected all ranks, male
and female, cultured and uncultur
ed. You meet your friends, and
have not long to stay together, and
instead of letting loose your pent
up thoughts and feelings in a tide
of intelligent and deep communion,
the whole, our is, wasted in detailing
toieachther aiwhoje month's hos
pital record Everv nain and in-
firmity must be detailed with math
cuiiiuou ciauiiiuue, in wmcn vou
ume uui, nuie interest for vour
mends squadron of ailments, and
your menu as litutnterest inyours,
It IS poor Conversation wliore nnMnti
teeth and gouty limbs hold a mutual
experience meeting. It is not your
. iphyslcal vicissitudes your' 'friend
wants, but the fine fruit that has
been quietly and secretly growing
m uur uears ana reason. A peach
uccuues not report itseir through
. the thin and. bitter bark, but sneaks
the, language of its nature ini great
i"." oi Diusning sweetness.
"Wc should let our physical condi
tion speak for itself. The body has
a uumu eloquence, ail it own, which
idilutcd by groaning interjections;
it is only the soul that needs the ac
commodation of words.
Another mistake we make, is, that
t our best things are too precious to
bo'dqlcd out to small audiences.
Many persons have Gne sentiments
f and worthy trains or thought, and
- deep moral experiences, which
wouul make an hour's conversation
noble and luminous; but as these
things are reserved for a prayer
meeting, or a sermon, or lecture,
they cannot be wasted on one an
T "er. - There is a general di'sap-
ointment attending tlie society of
great people; their private talk is
such shallow, common-place. 3Iany
there arc who write like angels, and
talk like poor polls. That eloquent
.preacher you heard last Sabbath,
and with home you covet an hour's
.6iW'Sr?a.ti?.n J?jght not; give -you
anything better than a plough-boy.
if half, as good. His lofty trains of
muugui, are ior large congregations
not for a single pair of.ears. Why
auuuiu uui, ouaKespearc taiK at the
dinner table in the magnificent
ijlatnuus.oft"HamIet?'- Why -should
not preachers put on nice things iu
their talk as in their sennons? You
are full or emotions and imagina-
...fi2?.s'rjDia'ij: a creamy suggestions
springs up in your soul why not
it spice your conversation with it?
This ambition to utter our super
ior materials to a throng, while we
, lock, them from twoor three; is a
' tptalj, error. 1
Every worthy conversation makes
an indelible trace; while the same
thing, printed or spoken from a plat
forrri ayjieverb&npticed. Christ's
priyafA conversations are worth in.
finitely more than if they had all
been woven into a public address'
before thousands. He said his best
'strrrg1 6ln treasures by pouring
them out in promiscuous talk. A
brighfand holy word can never be
lost. When your friends meet with
J?i if they; nro sensible, they -want
l-to"gtkdmethingfrom you that they,
can find co where else. If yon
merely gossip about the last hpiI.
ding, the cook in thejdtchen can do
that as Tvell as you.
Another cause why there is sucl
a surplus of hollow speech, is the
conceited vanity wo have of think
ing that the people around us are
ncompctent to enter into a noble
and true conversation. At the same
time, these dull folks may be wish
ing and waiting for vou to strike :
topic that will touch the marrow of
their natures. There are surprising
-iuu exquisite stores buried away
jit ine. jinimuiest passenger wc
meet, if, by the chisel of a lit
ling .sentence, we would dig for
them. Conversation is the onlv
outlet most of our souls will ever
havcon eartu; we canuot all write
poems," or sketch, cartoons, or lec
ture. Our tongues are the only
pens and brushes with which we
will ever write or paint; and even
'that. mitst be to small audiences.
aliere'are a few nice things in every
soul, that ought to have expression.
In our conversation, let us give each
other what cream of speech we have
antlletthe skim" milk "ot gossip and
tittle bVappropriated to kitten's; it
will fatten them, but "starve our
Kerosene and powdered lime,
whiting or wood ashes, will scour
tin ware with the least labor. Ker
osene whiting will also cleanse sil
ver' ware, doorknobs, hinges, etc.
Wet the flannel slightly in the oil,
dip into the whiting, ami rub; hard;
wash off with hot soap suds, and
brighten with a chamois skin'or a
The Girl who Wins.
The time has passed away when
a woman must be pale and delicate
to be called interesting; when she
must be totally ignorant of all gen
eral knowledge, to be called refined
and high bred; when she must
know nothing of the current events
of the day, or be called masculine
It is not a sisn of high birth
refinement to be sickly and ignor
ant. Those who affect anything
the kind are behind the times, and
must shake up an air themselves
mentally and physically, or drop
under the firm strides of common
sense ideas, and lie crushed into ut
In these days an active rosy" faced
girl with brain quick and clear,
warm light heart, a temper quicklv
heated at intended insult or injury,
and just as quick to forgive, whose
feet can run as fast as her tongue,
and not put her out of breath; who,
is not afraid of freckles, or
breathe-the pure air of heaven, un
restrained by drawn curtains or
close carriage; and above all, who
can speak her mind and give her
opinion on important topics that in
terest intelligent l-eople, is a true
girl who will make a good woman
This is the girl who wins in these
days. Even fops and dandies who
onglv- oppose women s ngnts,
like a woman who can talk wellf
even if she is not handsome, lliey
say, "Aw, yes, she is a beauty and
no mistake, put she won t do tor me
lacks brains' of which commo
dity it would seem she can have but
little use in her association with
them; however, to please even an
empty headed .fop, a woman must
Of all earthly undertakings, none
pays better than the brooding over
an ungainly boy. What shall
done with him? Love him"as none
but a mother can love. His desti
ny is in your . hands. Bear with
him. Take an interest in his affairs.
Win and respect his confidence. Go
to his bedside at night with a kiss
and a blessing, and a whispered
prayer. He may pretend slumber,
but he will tell his wire or it witu
tears in his eyes years after you
have gone to your reward.
When he sees that you are less
offended with his boyish rudeness
and frolics, than with tite slightest
want of integrity, that you are
proud of him, content with him, he
will make the mother's great heart
of love a resting place. Let the
spirit of adventure take him the
world over, he will never forget
whose idol and pride he was in those
days wuen he was "in every one
way and no use." If the mothers
of our land mustengage in politics,
fill the professions and live in pub
lie, God help the boys from nine to
sixteen! They are friendless indeed!
They have lost the only being ca
pable of steering their bark safely.
through the quick sands, rocks and
shoals that lie, in the way from boy
hood up to a virtuons, glorious
How to Quit Tobacco.
Hearth and Home says the best
thing to hold in the mouth is
mouthful of, cold water, renewed
every lew minutes. It will lake
away the craving for tobacco quick
er than anything else and is wholly
unobjectionable. A pine stick is
the best of anything to chew, but
the objection to that, and to any
thing that is chewed, that it over
exercises and weakens the salivary
glands, in quitting tue use or to
bacco, quit at once and not attempt
to quit off graudually.
Of A Cup of Coffee.
It has been truthfully said that
even in these enlightened days' and
in the lands most blessed by the in
fluence of civilization, there are
thousands upon thousands of per
sons born into the world who live
long lives and then go down into
their graves without having tasted
a good cup of coffee. There arc
reasons for this, and the principal
one, of course, must be that so few
persons know how to make good
coflee. And yet there have been
thousands of recipes and directions
published which teach us how to
make good coffee by boiling it: by
confining the essence' and aroma
by making it in an open vessel
by steeping it; by clearing it; by
not clearing it; by grinding it hue
by grinding it coarse,. and by many
other methods apposed to eaclt oth
erand to all these. Now we do
not intend to try to tell' anybody
how to make good coffee, but we
just wish to say a word about the
treatment of coflee after it is made.
And.on this treatment depends) its
excellence, brew it as you may
Th6 rule is simple: never decant it
Whatever else you do about it,bring
it to the table in the vessel in which
it was made. A handsome urn or
gorgeous coffee-pot is the grave ot
good; coffee. Of course, if it. is con
sidered more desirable, to iiavetue
the liot'ldol: Veil than to have the
conee taste wen, we nave notning
more to say. But when hot coffee
is emptied from one vessel into an
other, the kitchen ceiling generally
receive that essence laden vapor
which should have found Its way
into the cups onthe breakfast table.
And. one word, about these cups.
fieri- the - conee entres - tbem
suouid una tue milk or tlie cream
already there. By observing these
rules, ordinary cotfeenade in almost
any way. is often very palatable in
To prevent silver ware from tar
nishing, warm the articles and paint
them over with a solution of col
lodium in alcohol, iislnr a wide.
soft brush for the purpose. A silver
smith of -Munich gavs that goods
protecteil in this way have ueen cx
posed in his window more than :
3-ear, and are bright as ever, while
others, unprotected, becomes per
fetcly black in a few months.
A singular incident happened on
a recent night train on the AirXine
Railroad. Th train was moving at
its usual speed, when the engineer
heard a sudden crash of glass and
instant darkness in the head light
of the engine. The cause proved to
be, that an owl had dashsd into' the
head light and lay there astonished
at 'his success. And it was not an
"I don't like these shoes," said a
Iadv customer, "because the soles
are so thick."
"Is that the only objection?''
blandly asked the salesman.
"1 es, was the reply.
"Then, ma4am, if vou take the
shoes, I can assure you that the ob
jection will gradually wear away."
Fringed neckerchiefs of colored
India silk are worn in the street
with black costumes. These were
introduced some time time ago but
have only become popular with the
first cool days, and are about to su
persede black lace scarfs.
Are Malting preparations
- - i.-si'
From the very best
REAPERS, MOWERS, THRESHING MACHINES,
Hay Rakes, Plows,
Wc wouMcall narticnlar attention to
by which a quick or slow motion Is cosily ootained by e Imply moving1 a lever. This lever is o arranged that the cnanpe can be uMe by the
driver WHILE THE MACHINE IS IN MOTION". Another advnntage'in this Improvement is that the Cutter-barcan le elevated from ix to
eight Inched higher than in any other machine. There are many other improvements to this Reaper and Mower which add Kreatly to its pood
qualities as a combined Machine which it fs not necearv to enumerate. W invite fanners to call and examine for themselves. We have
AIM) Tflaiie M. II JlUJrrUl CIIICUI. Ill UlCilUUUI uurua n llltll ucwtv Win IK dujjiiiui w uu; umv mm au use
- jVo Machineofclnferior Quality is Permitted to Leave tlie Shops.
REPAIRING- AND JOB ORE,
Done on Short Notice and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
w. w. Renfrew, sec'y.
for a Large and Extensive
summer oj j.oix.
WE ARE MANUFACTURING
OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
material, and will keep constantly on hand a full supply or
Plow Points, Corn
Koad Plows and fecrapers, larm iJells,
And In fact every kind of Machinery 'needcd'.-.bout a Farm.
the NEW IMPKOVEMEST In the EXCELSIOR
JOS. ADAMS, President.
Trade for the Spring and
Plows and Cultivators,
IlEAPEU AND MOWER, the "Eccentric
N. P. McCORMIOk,
ON HAN D .
I WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRYSRECljACLES, &C
I SILVER & PLATED 'WARE, I
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Sic.
All Kind of Jtejmiring Neatly Done.
MAIN STREET, ... MILLERSBURC.
o o o
Or Sucar-Ccnted. Concentrated.
Uoot and Herbal, Juice, Auti
sm on s Crannies.' TIIE "LITTLE
GIANT" CATHARTIC, or IUultum
in Parvo l2iys:c.
The noveltv cf modern ItfpfMrfll. f!h(mirflt imrt
RiarmaccHitka.1 Science. Ko use of any longer
taking i lie larpc, Tepuklve and nauseous piS,
composed of cheap, crude, and bnlky ingredient?,
when we can by a careful, application of chemical
science, extract -nU the cathartic and other medi
cinal properties Irom the inot?t valuable root and
i herbi, and concentrate them into a minute Gran
ule, Hcarcly larger (ban a in a tar d
seed9 that can .be readiljwaUowed bythoteoi
tlie mwtenitive ttomacM arid Ja?tidtoa tartee.
eachlttricrPurfrnt! vo Pellet rt-fcrewct, in a
moat concentrated fonn, a inich cathartic power
as is embodied in any of tbc lare pilfe found for
talc in the dru? bhops. I'rom their woudctlul ca
thartic power, in proportion tothtfir'!zc, people
who have not tried them arc rpt to tuppoe that
they are barh ordraUeia effect,, but such is not
at all the cac, tne different active medicinal prin
ciples of which they arc composed being bo bar
zupnlsed and-mKlifled,i one by the- others, as to
jirodace u moot searching and thor
ough, yet (teiiUj-aiid kindly operating
$500 Reward i hereby offered'by the pro
prietor of these 1'flleta, to Any cbemtetiwho,
upou analysis, will find in' them any Calomel or
otherifonna of mercury or any otne mineral
Be Ins; entirely vcgctabIo,EonarttcaInr
care Is required while Being them. They ope
rate without disturbance to the constitution, diet,
oroccupation. ForJanudlce, Headache, I
sjonsupaiion anxpure niooa fain
In the Shoulders, Tightness or tho
Chest, Dizziness, Sonr Eructations
of the Stomach, Bad taste In
mouth, Bilious attacks, Pain In
resion of Kidneys, Internal Ferer,
Bloated feeling about stomach,
Bush of Blood to Head. High Col
ored Urine, Unsociability and
Oloomr Forebodings, take Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Purgatlre Pellets.
In explanation of the remediaipower of my Pur-
Fitive Fellcisovert-o reat a variety of diseases,
wish to pay that their action upon tho
animal economy Is uulversal. not a
J laud or tissue escaping their sa na
ive impress. Ae does sot impair them;
their EUar -coating and being enclosed In glass
bottles-preserve their virtues unimpaired for any
length of time, in any climate, so that they arc al
ways fresh and reliable, -which is not the case
with the pill found In the drug stores, put up In
cheap wood or paftc-board boxes. Recollect that
Cor all diseases uhcre a Laxative, Altera
tiva or Iurrcitlvfl Is indicated, these little
Pellets' will irlvn tho mobt perfect eatlsfactlon to
all vhousathem. u
Thev nro sold bv nil eutcrnrlslna:
Druggists at 25 cents a bottle.
Do cot allow any drufsist to Induce vou to
take anything else that be may sar Is just a
good as my Pellets because be xnakca a larger
profit on that which be recommends. If your
craggUt cannot supply them, eucloso 9 cents
suTrecehe them bjjreturn mail from
BUFFALO, K. X
Ahtl aUo th tnrirnlfsd
Circulars and Price Lists sent free on
Wareroomi, Nos. 25 and 27 Prospect
4i'A perday! Agents wanted! Allclas-
cpubUMue or working jMupIe,
.ot either sex-
make inure id one rat work for ua
n their siuiremoraent or all the time, than at
fuson A Co., Portland, Me
Daniel Frekcili ?: I Hosac Reed.
NEW ARRANGEMENT !
1 ' -4
Ilave completed befr arrangement and have
utw in luuupertMiuu meir
NEW PLANING- MILL !
And will keep constantly on hand every dc'
9 IV I
Confuting in part of
Lumber, Timber, Battens,
Siding, Lath, Shingles,
Moulding & Flooring,
Surfaced & Match- -
Doors and Blinds,
Frames.. -Castings &
Railings, Sash, etc., etc
ES?Snrfiicing anil Matching ilone to onler
on tliurt notice.
Builder?. Fanners and . others in want ol
Xumber, or anything eko'Sn our line, at the
,OHk'e tn.VYanlJ Vest En.l of Main street,
Hear the; Bridge, f 1 1 .' ' I
U II H J ft 4 t fit
" "French, Reed & Mcculloch.
Milltrsburz. O.. Feb. a lSTTi aitf
T" UVM7U) rraticctfullv announce to the nnti
i lie that! uui prepareil to fill all orders fur
Ladies' & Gentlemen's
In the best juid mot approred style.
Jf Keep nonthiil' iKeliesl Workmen
and Warrant All my Work.
Repairing Done in Superior
Oh, See! Just,See!
In 2TeiL',and Ueautiful Cases.
T'IIS' Celebrated Instrument combines more
JL perfection than any other Iteel Instru-
mcni mine market, resulting from
The Patent Manual Sub-Bass,
The Patent Knee Swell,
Tlie Patent Organ Bellows,
The Patent Yox Jubilante,
The Patent Vox HnmanaTremolo
These ImDroTeinents belon? excliisivelr to
me i.o i c i uiiicii jor sweet, lull.
roiinti, ajiupameric anil noireriul lone surpass
ail Hucn. i .
Send for Catalogues.
Agent forUIolmes.ind Ashland Counties.
E. H. Strubbe,
WOULD respectfully announce to the citi
zens or Holme aud a-ljoinin counties,
that he U prepared to do all work In his line
and guarantee satisfaction.
Harness Made to Order.
lie ha tllO TicIit lor thi- rnnutr for Hie
PON'S; IVITJSXT TUG lirCKLK, which U su
pcfior to all other-.""
gy"Xonc but the lcst workmen employed.
K. II. STRUBBE.
Berlin, O.. Aug. 20, 1SV2. ltf
THE FA LI EXAMINATION OFTK iCII
ers of llolmei Ctmntv, o.t will be held at
school House, Itoom No. f. In ilitlersburi?, on
hKITEilllEli. 14th andSS;
O VEM II E It , HI h it nd 23rd ;
In addition to the above, examinations will
be held In Wvinshury. beptcmher 7th; Nasli-
Efi?" These Kxaniiiiatiuns will oren at 9r
o'clock, A. 31., :md ch-e at 3 o'clock 1'. 51. The
class will not be open for lultiiifsion ofuppli
cants after 10 o'clock. The Hoard hi done
away with the practice of nnte-duting cert I il
ea tes. No one is fully competent tuengae a
chool till after obtainiug u certiikate from the
Bonn I of School Exnminerv It fs required by
uie terms oi me scuooi law, mat eerv icacnei
muit neqimiuieito te.icniirturograpny.Keaii
iutc Wri tiiis. AritImtetic,Geoirraihyand En
lih Gmmtiiar. and i.-essc. an ndijuate
Knowieieui 'ineor auai'rariirc oi eucu
Na attention will he given to appllrants for
private ei.auimaiioii. lesuiuomaii oi goon
inurai cuaracier. sitcueti ny at ient two rojiou
ihlc persons, will he required of each camli
date. The&etetimoniaUmust he nlacetl in j
itamued envelonc. unhealed.' nud addreMHl
wuu me name ana iMJbt-uuice oi me canunmir
uui pieenieuou tne nay oi e a iki nation, ucr
. ideate will le of four irrades. to-it: Six
Months, Twelve Months. Eighteen Months.
Twenty-four Month. Ccrtiilcates of H.
Months beinir verv low irraile and trial cert ill
cate. mav be issued a second time to the fatne
ipucanr, it circumsiauccs require, a icu oi
cent- H reduireil of everj candidate In ad
'LEW la A. IlEEIlOUT. Clerk.
Anc-50tr. ' '
II. & B. IIEUZER,
Produce anil Coiuuiliislon McrtlmntK,
Flour, Craln and Mill Stuff's,
inili r ' J-
JV1I1TK & WATEIt
And l'urchaser of
WOOU IIRIIiH FRUIT,
HUTTKIt, EUliS. AC.
At tlie Red Warehouss,
Millersburg:, - - -
W. Jacobs & Co.,
II.tveJut receivM alarge stock of
In GOLD and SILVER Case.
cold and Silver Charm in abundance, A
large a'ortinent or Mud, lintton?, flno
Gold and silver Rings. Gold Bracelets,
fine gold Jewelry in ets (or in
part). Charm, silrer Thimbles,
Gold Tens, Spectacle, Ac.
Nichol and Plated Ware,
We continue to ell ELGIN' Jt WALTn.VM
Watcher at Factory List prices. Call and
see ourtocfc of Goods, liefore puri'has
in ebewhere; 25 to 100 ner cent,
saved by so doing.
WATCHES A SPECIALTY".
We do as we wih to be done by. Watches.
Chronometers, Clocks, Jewelry, &c repaired
on short notice. All work and goods war
ranted. Look for the big Watch and Spectacle
THAT'S THE PLACE.
W. JACOBS & Co.
GRAND RUSH !
Old. and Ii.elin.lle
Stove & Tin Store
NO. 2 COMMERCIAL BLOCK,
rpIIE undersigned Is now offering to the pub
J. 11U vuts
"EXTENSION," for Wood,
And all the different'styles of
At the lowest living rates. Also, deals In
Crates, Hollow Ware,
Union Churn, lestmade.
Pumps, &c., &c
Outlay, Oopj)enoare, Tinwar
WemannfactureCOPPEK KETTLES, whicli
mc scji afc uiw xigures.
Job Work and Repairing
Neatly done, on short notice. We do
SPOUTINC AND ROOFING
And guarantee a satisfactory Job eve:r time.
saleroom. ro. 2 uommerclal llloct. .Miller.
At SPEAR & SONS,
At SPEAR & SONS,
West Liberty Street,
THEY HAVE THE
Largest, Best nil Clieasfisl
Furniture establishment in thissection of the
tate. I heir stock u in ennlei varietv, and
Iwllitiualliu ttt'tt of yurnituie to vtUltr
Manufacture All TJieii
And W ARII A XT everr niece
nieni i compieie, iiom im
comnionist to tlie
Furniture minle to order, if de-
si ret 1.
All they ask is a trial, feeling confident or
giving entire satisfaction.
If ou want anything In the Furniture line.
you can gei u at rea-suiiane ngunH at
spear & SONS,
4Stf WOOSTEK. O.
1st. The public know- it to he durable. A
conclusive evidence is, twenty cam have nut
placed second-hand "Howe-' machine In the
market, it cannot lie said of any other ma
Snd. It contains the material for Its oven
3rd.-It has Ics wearing points than any
Uh. It draws up a stitch as you do by hand;
5th. Yon have perfect control over both
uireaus; oinersiiavu not.
nth. It gives on thread in proHrtIontthe
thlcknrorrabrio tewed, tliereliv avoiding
slow motion over seams, dropplnurstitclie. and
brealingor needles a great objection to all
1th. ItSCWS A tlirlif nnlii in p.uli.inm U.r
lug the thread on rithcrside.and then a liue
paier, wiinout change of tension.
8th. I he presscr foot is easilv swunir outol
the war wlieu you set a needle or put uudei"
Mors., ii. is uot so wiiii any uiucr.
ilth. Many new machine conntanics bad
their rise aud fall tltcirmachlne once popu
lar nun si-nrceiv xuown.. outers nave mane
radical changes In order to oxlt; while the
Howe MaclliliD L'omillllll Imtn mlhernl to Hip
opinion of Kllas Howe, Mastcror .Mechanics"
Cl'he machine is mucbanicnllv corrc-'t; does
not change"), built addition after addition to
their factorr. nud tO'tbiv rntinot simittc the
deinand. altliougll turnfng out six hundred
machines a dayJust one machine u minute.
H. MENUEZ, Agent.
jiiLLEusniiuu, o. jtr 1
HERE WE COME.
Boot and Shoe Store.
FALL MD WINTER STOCK
We take, pleasure In sarins? to our enstomers
that we have the
IN TiriS PLACE,
And can suit yon in prices and quality.
Men's,. Hoy's, and Youth's
IX ARUN DANCE.
Women's, Misses' and Cltil
drcn's Shoes & Gaiters,
That will not be undersold.
We Have First-Glass Goofls,
Come and we before purchasing.
200 Sides Prime Sole
Shoemaker's Tools and
The very cheapest in this place.
JJgg-Clveus a call aud we will do yon good.
-ir A. SHRIMPLIK
k.ll styles of
Can be liongbt CHEAPER ol
13. PRE Y
ervday, Uinn of AXV ovc who pnhlUhes tu
sen as rariory iiai prices, ii yvnui a
do another are iloinir, prove the truth of thi
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ITe w Stock!
Generally.'i'frtfA' 'ever shown In Sliller
UUrg. l u cau l I'll i uiiiii-me inc
place, forhrinipHnV Hoots
.t Shte are -csttercd
all rouml the doorju-t east
of the place u here jou want to huy
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Which forst)le and heaotr are not a whit be-
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S' O I1 W 12. I AL.
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THK WAYTOOKTAIXOrn GOODS:
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viiii ciini muruiiT. ami gvi ini'in at tlie aine
Sin-r f M-u ini'in i our anintii,e, in
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wit name, kinn ami jimmim-. ni:Mtiir mi n i .
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them, with the co-it,othert neel he no confu-
muii in (iiMriimuun raen pariv ffttiujrexMct
ly whatheonlrrsand no inmn The Uin.N hi
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y txpress, to y-! oh ihUcru
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Desirinz tn Itenollt mr nnfortnnnte fellow-
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HOX fiS. -Ne)V Ii ort.
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fever anti Asue, Intermittent Fs
ver. Chill Fever, Heznittent Fever,
Dumb Ague. Periodical or Bilious Fe
ver. Ac;, ana Indeed all the nffeetinn-v
which arise from malarious, raTft, or
No one remedy U louder
ealled for by the necessities
Of ths American people than
a sure and safe cure for
.Fever and Arnp. Such
we are now enabled to offer,
with a perfect certainty that
It will eradicate the disease, and with assur
ance founded on proof, that no harm, can
arise from, its use In any quantity.
Tliat which protects from or prevents this
ni-nw-rmu vv oi immense service in tne
comma ni tifs where It prevails. Pretention
U better fhan cure; for Unrpatlent escapes tha
risk which he mnst run In violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. This " Cuke, n expels
the miasmatic poison of Fever aad Aro
from the system, and prevents the develop
ment of the disease, If taken on the first
approach of Its premonitory symptoms. A
great superiority of this remedy over anv
other ever discovered for the speedy and cer
tain cure or intermittent is, that It contains
no Quinine-or mineral; consequently It pro-
unces na.guinism or other lnjarions effects
whatever nnon tho constirntinn. Thft inrri
by It are ! left Vs' healthy as If they had never
nau tne disease.
Fever aniT Asrae is not alone the con
sequence prtheuntasmatjo poison. A great
variety or disorders arise from Its irritation,
among which' are' Xenralcria, Ikhewma
fUm, Coal, Ueadacne, Sltadaeaa,
Tootbache, Earache, Catarrb, Aath-
mi sTalpimtlon, PaJafnl AecffoQ
of (Ite Snltrn,lTyatricB,PalalatBa
meat or the stomach, all or which, when
originating' fu this cause, put on the Inter
mittent type, of uecome periodical. This
" Curb." .expels the poison from the blood,
and consequently cures them all alike. It Is
an In valuable 'protection to immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing In
tlie malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally or' daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from tlie system, and
cannot accumulate In ufflcient quantity to
ripen Into disease., , Hence it is even more
valuable for protection than cure; and few
will cver-nflerfrom Intermittents If they
avail themselves of the protection this rem-
For Liver Complaints, arising from torpid
uy or the Liver, it Is an excellent remedy,
stimulating theUver Into healthy activity,
and producing many trnly remarkable cures,
wnere other medicines fail.
Dr. J. C A YE It & CO.. Lowell, Mass.,
J'raeuenl aud Analytical ChtmUtM,
AND SOLD ALL ROUND THE WORLD.
I , Is wMelv fcno-vn
as one of tlie most
dies ever Uiscoy-
ered for cleans-
ing the svstem
ami purifring tlie
blood. 'It has
stood the test at
vcars, with a con
reputation, based on its intrinsic virtues,
ana sustained by its remarkable cures.
So mild as to be safe and beneficial to
children, and vet so searcliini as to
lintctq4lH- pun-o out the great corrup
tions oi ma oioou, sued as tne scrot-
tllous and s-mhilitin mnL-iminAtinn.
Impurities or diseases tliat havu lurked
in the system for years soon yield to
tills powcrtul antidote, anil disappear.
Henco its wonderful cures, manr of
which are publicly known, pf Scro Aliaf
and all scrofulous dUoasos, Ulcers.
Kruiitious, and cruptire disorders of
the skin. Tumors, Blotches Boils,
Pimples, Pustules, Sores, ht.
Autlinnvs lirc. icoso or iurS'
slpclns. Tetter. Snlt Kheum,
Scnltl Head, Ititi-rworin. and in
ternal Ulcerations of tlie Uterus.
Stomncli. nnl Idvcr. It also cures
other complaints, to which it would not
seem especially adapted, such as "Drop
sy, Dyspepsia, Fits. Xeiiraljiia.
. . . .1.. tlfnnL'
jiess. Debility, nud I.eieoprI(i,!t
when thev are maultostatlons or tlio
It is an excellent restorer of health
nnil strength in the t-iinns. Hy renew-
in-- tho annetite. and visor of the dijes-
tivo orj-nns, it dissipates the depression
and folk's. Iansuor ol tlie season.
Kvcn hero no disorder appears, people
feel Ix'ller, and live Ionj-cr, forcleansins
the blool. Tlie sptcm moves on with
renewed vijor anil a new lease of life.
PREP A RED BY
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
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BO deceived. Iut for coughs. eoMs, sore
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Vnrthie Imitations are on the market, hut
the onlv scientific preparation or Carbolic
ai.i r.iYT.nnir iliseaas Is when ehemicallr
combined with other well known remedies, as
in thee Tablets, and all parties are cautioned
atralnrt nslDg any other.
In all eases of Irritation ortheranens mem
brane these tablets should be freely used, their
cleansing and healing properties are astonish-
i.wtt. nrpr neglect a cold, it Is easilr
cured in its Incipient state, when it becomes
chronic the cure is etccwlinglrdifficnlt, use
Veil-' Carbolic Tablets as a specinc.
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It U not aiihrsic which mav five temporarr
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wntcn, irom eontinueit ue Dnngs rues ami
kindred diseases to aid in weakening the In
valid, nor Is it a doctored lienor, which, under
the i o; mlar name ofliitteiV' i so eatensitely
Enlmet off on the puhlic'as sovereign remeilies
ut it It a most powerful Tonic Alteratire.pro
nouncml so br the. lcadinz medical authorities
of Ixjutlon and Paris, aud has lHen long used hy
the regular physicians or otner countries wun
wonderful remedial results
Dr. Well's Extract JnrnliBlia
Contains all the medicinal virtues peculiar to
the plant, and uiuit he taken a a permanent
la there want of action In vour Liver
or&pleeuf Lnlesi-relieTiitatoiict? the blowl
ler omes impure by tlfieterioti-secretions, pro
ducing -wrofuioaji. or skin di-t-Jtes blotcncs,
ienn-, -osiuie, causer, piiupio, avc
Take Junihnhn to ciejtne. nnrilY and re
store the i mated blootlto healthy action.
Have you a Dyspeptic Stomach !
ijniesitigeiin i prompiiy aiaeu me sys
tem Is debilitated with loss of vital force, pov
erty of the blood, dropsical tendency, general
tvpukue r Lasttnde.
Takeittoait Digestion without reaction.
It will Impait jouthtul vigor to the weary nf-ferer-
Hava vou Weakness of tha Intes
tines 1 luu are in danger of Chivmc liar
rhea or thedreadtul jutlainpiation of t hello w
Take it to allay Irritation and ward off ten
dency to inflammation-.
MnvavoLi wenkne-ss of the tlterlno
or Unitary Organs 1
You must procure Instant relief, or you are
liable to s offering wote tliau deajh.
Take it to s-treiigthen organic' weakness or
life Incomes a burden. "
Finally itshould be freqnentry taken to keep
the syteru in perfect health or vou are other
wie in creat danrer of malarial or miasmatic
or contagions diseases. .
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Price On Dollar ir Dottle, s-cud for Circular
TEN REASONS WHY
WHITTLESEY im O
tat Ir ;n ,.k. tK nr nnrRllinua
Cholto or Cholera Mor6 us in is minu:.
2 daIt will cure the most ohstiute catc of
DyiDeoila and Indleeitlon la a few
3d. It is the test remedy m the otkl for
SI Ok Haadnehft. ai ihouonI- can ic-uiiY. if
taken when the nn-t symj-iorai apprar.
4th "It h the bet Ciurctic e?r r"t
th public; curing lN-xe dilrevan romplaint-k,
Diabetes and Cravot and other Urinary
8th, It U a mot excellent Emmna
soirua. an.1 id th You nw Clrls niki-J!
avU Women, anJ at the turn of LUe,ih
remedy U of incatcuUblc taluc.
Sth It will remove -iiul from the Knr-rW
hence a few Jrop-t in wrnc sweetcned -Mater
S'rtn loab-ilx U better ihau a dozrn c-r-JUU t
elive and mako It Jlp. Coutm
iu; no anodyne.
7th It U a iure relief ftr alultt anl chUJirt
aftectcJ ith Worms and Pin Wormt
ft win orin; away tne ornw.
8th Ii t'l cure tbe Piles and Hem or
Ath. It -Mill cure Con at lent Ion and keen
the bowsl rezuUr. It will aLtO cure the ucrvt csa
of Summer Co mplal nt mkI Dy sentory
Stimulate tho Liver to leahhy artton.
Relieve Heart-Burn ami act a a cencrl
Regulator nf the rien.
When taVen dilute the i!ve with fugnrnnd
Water to a Win eClnia full aiul cu
h.ive a plnnnt tonic.
u h.tt lry inysyejwia Lure) Si oopcr bottle.
Whitilcey A-jue Cure 50c perlcttV-.
Whitilcsev Couch 1
Sol J by all Jnig"t ani warranted.
Uhlttlw 7 Truo. BrJ. 1 o ToltUo.
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tnt Ittirlfin Tew lh thiiraiiifh iiMe-Mi-! inln
ration of jounjr amlrahbUv astnl men foraU
iirpartiuentsoi commercial nie.
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tical Itusino Lollfjcu lit Amerlcn, ami tho
oiio havinjr connect dl with itan Actual
mouey liasi-. -
ratronlzol br the jou of merchant. h.ink
fanners. uiechanic ana buIne-& me a
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Sltiitnts com A'nffr ot Any Time.
af-Tar large Wtlptive clrruUrs, cltim
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