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A Pardon Locked Up.
Hugh Stowell says. In the
Isle of man, as I was one day
walking an the sea whooe, 1 re
member contemplating witn
pA tower, covered with ivy.
There was a remarkable history
connected with the spot. In
that tower was. formerly hanged
one of the best governors the is
land ever possessed. He had
been accused of treachery to the
king during the time of the civil
wars, and received sentence of
death. Intercession wa3 made
on his behalf, aniTa pardon, was
sent: bul thattfell into the hands
hanged. His name is till hon
ered&v the man v: and Vou mav
ho memory, tot'thel music of
jjpiaBiiJg-jTuepi. jwj must ieei
Tiorror-struck: at the fearful turpi
tude of thatJman.who,having the
pardon for his fellow-creature
in his possession,
could keep it back, and let him
die the death of a traitor. But
let us restrain .our indignation
till we ask ourselves whether
God might not point his finger to
most of us,and say: Thou art the
man! Thou hast a pardon in
thine hands to save thine fellow-
creature, notfrom temperal but
from eternal death Thnn hnsfh
pardon sni&d,ta alf, sent ,tb! all
designated jforj all. Thou, t hast
kept it Back from 'thy brother,
instead of sending it to the ends
A Gentle Rebuke.
spoke up and said. He is cone I
to Bangor. Mr. Martin, not dis-
concerted in the least, called out.
r- "in.) ou icau us
m prayer? He has. gone to Ban-
gor,another answered Again
th? Pastor asked,SquireClark,will
Hev. Mr. Martin, of Bellington,
Me., a man of decided talent and
"worth,was also noted for'his ec
centricity flfid humor, which oc
casionally showed themselves in
his public ministrations. In the
time of the great land specula
in.Maine, several of his parishion
ers -and, clinch members; were
carrjed aywilh tlio mania of
mjjrjug jumwer tracts, jur. Jiar
tin resisted this speculat:ng spir
it, and more than once rebuked
it. In his prayer meeting he no
ticed that several of his promi
nent men were absent, and he
knew at once they went to Ban
gor to attend a great land sale.
After a hymn had been sung he
said, .Brother Allen; 'will you
lead JusLtin praper? Some one
tit i- l .. . . .
n oemg now satished, look
ttVWn ?.'S(Ve L-as Sn
fraangor,said some one and Mr.
ed around uiion the little nKRprn".
my be given to every similar re
quest, and very quietly said.
The choir will sing Bangor, and
men we will dismiss the meeting.
The Tuneful Voice.
&&Genhhn,'-' whose sense" f
sound was exceedingly acute, was
Tt.t.m.l,n -1 1. J
ST! ' 1 1 r ? m two
".luciiauiuuutuiii tins coun-
trv. anil t)m
ed him to enter, though he had
knowledge. The music prov-
ed to'be a piece of naal ' psal-
mody,sung in the most discordant
fafhion,and;th sensitive German
mignt appear like insanitv, his
next impulse wasto rush into the
open air. and Ipit-w i,o,i
sounds behind him. But this
T i , ' , . . . .
iwijijearcu it uo, saiu Jie, least
offence might be given. I resolv-
ed to endure the tprjuent with
the besdf6riLudet couldasmmP
-when lo! I distinguished amid
the din the soft, clear v.oice of a
Tvpman.Eineinff in. nerfenr..tiin.
She made no effort-.toilrown the
voices of her companions. npitW
was.he disturbed hvtl.pir.
discord, but patiently and sweet-
ly. she sane in full! nVlitnnpS'nr.rt
after another viplrW tn
tie influence, and before the tune
was.hnished,all were in perfect
It is in this way quietand pure
Me brinjrsotherl lives' rinrioi
gentle wa'. It uses no words of
lmt nigs.on ite own sweet Rofi!
of obedience and faith and inv
Tintil others feel and thrill with
Chrysostom, before the Eoman
Ernpcror,furn'ishes us "with wthe
most impressive and beautiful
example of Christian courage,
The Emperor threatened him
with banishment if he would still
remain a Christian.
tChrysostom, replied. Thou
cansl'not, for the world is my
Father'smansidn, thou canst not
Butl will elay thee, said tne
Nay but thou can6t not, said
iiitruouie. cnampion ot faith
again, for my life is hid with
JsTfpl take away thy.trea'suresj
nayjinou canst not was the
tetort, for in the first place, I
have none that thou knowest of
my treasure is in heaven, and my
heart is there.
BntI will drive thee away,man,
.wiu 'uiuu snait have no friend
riay inou canst not. once more
said, 'the faithful witness; fori
have a friend m "heaven, from
wuum mou canst not separate
mei I defy thee. There js
thou canst, do - can hurt
JL German, Jately married, says:
yjjust so, easy as "a needle
cood vIk:out;jnit a camels eye as
. " ...
lajs. "Oh, she was fair,
iDere, . atbepanjo of the. rest
"iH j'ison Crusoe una-
;,tlf!,n?.lnii?J8ter stew? Be" ed
canse hfe riadhr. fha-a.ru . ... , fif
Farm and Household.
Apples as a Diet.
How to Cook and eat Them.
Apples are unusually fair,
large, and abundant thisyear.and
therefore it is to be hoped that
they will enter more largely than
usual into human consumption,
thus affording much cheap and
healiMul nutrition to our people
ana greater immunity irom dis
ease. All natural appetites
crave fruit, and have done so ac
cording to history from the begin
ning. U'ln Adam's fall we sinned
all,' perhaps. In modern times
the highest medical experience
has asserted that the natural ap
petite is a better guTdeto the q uan-
tity and quality of food and fruit
than all the books on. hygiene
that was everwritten. The great
Eriglish physician, Sydenham al
lowed tn6"other aliment to his
patients in the febrile stages of
quinsy, erysipelas, and small-pox
than could be lound in boiled ap
pies. There are a great many
ways of using apples lor food;and
doubtless some novel ways yet to
be discovered. The French, who
excel in culinary matters, are
said to have 365 ways of cooking
an egg. Why should not a simi
lar enterprise be shown in regard
to the apple.
An .estimable lady of our ac
quaintance makes some very
palatable dishes and desserts
with fruits in the way. Apples
of uniform size are" selected, and
simply wiped and cored. This
last operation is quickly preform
ed by punching them through
the middle with .-an apple corer,
thus removing the stem, seed
and tougher parts, and making
an opening for the introduction
of sugar in the cooking operation
which follows. After the dip
ping the apples in water,they are
placed in any deep pan or bak
ing dish, and sprinkled with su
gar, about a teaspoonful to each
appfe, and a teacup full of water
turned on abound them. They
are then baked with a slow.
steady lire till soft, when they
should be removed fromUhe bake
pans for cooling and the table.
When served with cream, this is
a dish lit for the gods. Every
part of the apple can be eaten,
the sugar having neutralized the
acidities in the fruit and the
cooking making tender the skin
it is a capital substitute. for straw
There is another way of treatin
sweet apples. Stew them in
their burning till cooked all
k 1, .i tl "
to the oven, with all the liquid
UsicWm. in d mH l,
This gives a baked apple, half
jellied delicious in flavor' and
jellied delicious in flavor and
' one can love,
oncci uiuura uy uuje consiaer-
ed supirior to the old fashioned
moisture, that any i
Sweet pickles by so
anple sauce, are-made by partlv
baking sweet apples and then
saturating them in a pickle of
vmeger, sugar and spices. This
is easier to make than apple
6auce, which must be smothered
in boiled cider, and is full as
nealtnful as tlie unripe cucum
A Lesson in Feeding Stock.
, , , - , .
Pawner having made the state
no menfc lhat amone the valuable
lessons tliat tlie Past "winter had
lauSnljn.mln leeaing stock, was
i ie convictlon tllat he has here-TOTiMs-forn
tofore fed. neariv donhln tha
civil,ndam.0"n'r hav 'needed, another
1 lc iul, paper com
ments as lo'lows on his remarks
" leeaers nave learnea, as
?lanv no dubt? liave d?ne, that
Mlt ic lol t hi- in fatiA lace lc.r .. .1
""vv-i iv uu
subsntute meal or sne other
concentrated food in place of the
hav- -withheld, Uien the lesson
PS1' be controverted, buf il
mean '"'hat tliev sav that
-tIie.v ,lave been feeding too
muc" hav to tne stock,have been
lvlnS much m-ore nutriment
lllJn needed.it is quite an-
0111 ling' 1 1,ave learned no
sucu lesson. I have learned
(from the experience of others
tl'atstock .can he Tvintered.. carf
uel)luyn-mucn les Jla-V
than has usually bean fed to
AVhen you want stock to crow
durinS tne winter, oxen to lay on
fat cows to Sive an abundant
flow milk, you must give them
something to do it with. Muscle
"fr,'milk; are all in the feed gfv-
is required to support vitalit' ip
an animal. If-you get growth,
fat or milk, it must come from
nutriment digested and assimilat-
ed in excess of what is required
f sustain vitality. If you desire
rapid growth, much fator an
abundant flow ofmiIk,you must
feed liberally, and at the same
time feed such food as will keep
all the organs, otthe animal in a
healUiy active condition, that
they may be able to, digest .and
assimilate "the greatest 'possible
amouniAoi iooa. jhhk producers
understand this welljandyouave
not heard them say they have
learned to keep their cows on a
smaii amount oi iooa.
They all feed shorts, and feed
them hot to save hay, but to
make their cows eat more hay
shorts are healthv food, and nm",
mote the health, and activity of
au tne organs oi digestion and
assimillarion, and thus the cow
enable to convert more hay
into milk., J have been feeding
cotton seed meal jrith the great-
est satisfaction. It saved me no
hay,butit gave the cows a vora
nothing fi'ous appetite and that appetite,
created by a healthy digestion,
converteaa large quanity of hay
'Id'vas. ify experience has taught me,
and last winter confirmed it, that
tlie profit in keepinc stbcfi'comp
en, be that grain or hav. It.
comes from no other source, and
can obtained in no other way.
A certain -amount of nutriment
frnm rlin TaaiI l;.tj j !.
milated in excess of what is re
l"ired to support vitality, and
the more we can get a single an-
irnal to digest andssimilate and
therefore convert into the desir-
product, the greater the pro-
FA-RME ES;, ATTENTION !
Are Making Preparations for a Zarge anfc Extensive Trade for the Spring and
aumrner oj J.O X.
WE ABE MANUFACTURING
ALL KINDS OlIABMiENe IMPLEMENTS,
From te reryibest material, and will keep constantly on hand a full supply of
REAPERS, MOWERS, THRESHING- MACHINES,
Hay Raises, Plow Plow Points, Corn Plow and Cultivators,
' itoaa JPlows and bcrapers, .barm .Bells,
And in fact every kind of Machinery needed about a Farm.
We would call uirticular attention to the VEV:'TMTItnVRrT!VT In tho KTtTTT srnTr t?p tft? iivn tnwpn -
brwhlrh a quick prsW motion U easily obtainM byhnflrmdviBff a lerer. This loef h to arranired that the cliauirecan be mkde bv tk
ilVt V u.u 's -MOTIOX. Another advantage inthis improvement is that the Cutter-bar can be elevated from six to
wjujiuwin wjuwiuiiuiu Auy uuicr macmuc lucre are maav omer lmprovemenis to mis ueaper ana Slower wnich add greatly to its rood
qualities as a combined Machine winch it is not necessarr to enumerate. Wa invite farmers to call and examine for themselves- We have
3"b Machine of Inferior Quality is Permitted to Leave the Shops.
REP Sil RING- J A IT D " J 0 B "WORK,
7- Donfion.Shortt&otict arid. EatisfactiortiGuaranteed.
w.wenfbWTI w J0Sj ADAMS president.
n. p. Mccormick,
ON H'AND. Wl
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES, &C, f
SILVER & PLATED WARE,
MTJSICAIi INSTRUMENTS, &c.'
AU Kind of Repairing Neatly Done.
MAIN STREET, ... MIIH.ERSBURC.
And aUo Uiirltalltd
Circulars ami Price Lists sent free nn
Warerpotnsj Nos. ,25. and?7, Project
... f t
CLEVELAND.' OHlO U
Has Just opened a large stoclc of
FAIL & WHITER GOODS,
n makes a specialty of selling
At Prices that Defy Com
teg-1 invite all to call and see them- . j . I
Benton, O., Oct 21, IKS.
. r Acents . Wanted for IU 1 Jj
Boston and.Its Destruction!
lull, detailed and graphic account of tlie-or-
igui, llwses, suuering. losc ana lncments
otthe great conflagration. A rare chance for
agents, as every person wants to knowthe full
particulars or thU great ili.-astcr. Senthymail
foraiccnU. - WILLIAM FLINT,
linn Philadelphia, Pa., or Cincinnati.
Creat Offers, to Agents
made by the SEtanLny-KrcTiliig l'ost'anr
Lady's Friend. Aheautiful Chromoofthe
Child PrODhet 'Samuel
worth 5. is" iri ven with llm i.h nor. rcnlicirln
Jionurice or with thu Mhgazine (priccj!.
SO). Uo not fail to examine into this offerjitls r
a. nut; a i coxbixTIOX 7
Address forjiarticulars, ,aihpies. .1c, Deacon
reterson,319 Walnutst .Philadelphia. 17ml
Cheap Farms ! Free Homes !
On the llneoftlie ITnlnn Purilti. TTntlH,.,!
12.000,000 acres of thehe-c Fanning and Miner-
3,000,000 Acres in Xcbraika, in the IMatte
alley, now for sale.
Mild Climate, Tertllc Soil.
Grain growing and Stock. liaising unsur
passed by any ni the United States.
Cheaper in Price, more rurorahte terms giv
i. and more convenient hi miiri.H!i.n i.
Free Homesteads for Actual Set-
best location for Colonies Soldiers en
titled to a Homestead of BO Arret.
Send lor the New. D..-,rintIve Paraplilet,
?lthi?iw m?V' P'Iihed in English. German
Address ul!l1' mallnl everywhere.
Lnd Cmr t. P, E, li Co , Oitiii, Nt. 1
DlXIEL FBEXCH, HOSICK REED,
I. 11. 11. JIL'CULLOCH.
Lumber Vard !
!t & McCulloch,
Have completed their arrangements and have
now in luu operation their
NEW PLANIITG MILL !
And will keep constantly on hand every de
Consisting in part of
mouiaing & Flooring,
Surfaced & Match
Doors and Blinds,
Frames. Castings &
Balusters, Newell P.osts,
Railings, Sash, etc., etc.
IS?-Sarracing and Matching done to orde
H CUVlt I1ULIIC
Builders, Fanners and others in want of
i.umner,er am-unng else in our line, at the
iwi puce?, give us a can.
Office and Yard West End of Main Street,
near me .Bridge.
French, Reed St, McCulloch
Jtillersburi. O.. Feb. & 1SH
IWOCLDirPSpcctfully annmmre to the puli
lie thut I am in-eji.Tiea to fill all imlrr foi
ladies' '& Gentlemen's
j UUUUUj U XXX X XJXLUj
111 the best and mo.t ajiiiroved style.
Keep none hut tlie Best Workmen
anil Warrant All my Work.
Repairing Done In Superior
stf X. SSLZi.
Oh, See! Just,See!
In 2Tewand Beautiful Cases.
rrillis Celebrated Instrument combines more
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" mo ma. .vi, mulling imiu
The Patent Manual Sub-Bass
The Patent Knee Swell,
The Patent Organ Bellows,
The Patent Vox Jub'ilante,
The Patent Vox HumanaTremolo
These Improvements lielono- pYr.inirpiv tn
tlia IVTL'V ril- V- .:!. r . .,
round, sympathetic and powerful tone surpass
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Agent for Holmes and Ashland Counties.
E. H. Strubbe,
OUr,D re-pectfnllv announcp to the citi
0i4AifF zen nrllolme uud .ididiiiinjcoiintie.
that he i- j.reiiared ti. .1.. all v..rL in !ti line
aii'l iiarnnle .tri.laction.
.Harnett Made to Order.
lie has the rijrlit lor this county for the
r.s- rj.iE.vi' tuu llL UKLE, which is su
perior to all others.
S&"Sone bat tlie best workmen employed.
E. H. ST.RUBBE.
Berlin, O., Aug. 20,1872. ltf
Notice to Teachers.
rpiIE FALL EXAMINATION OF TEXCII
JL ers or Holmes Count v, O., will be held at
school House, ltooni No. in 31illetburg, on
bEPTEMllElt. Uth andSS;
OCTOBKIMith and 20th;
NOVEMI5EU, Slth and 23nl:
In addition to the above, examinations xrill
be held in Weinsburg, seutember 7th; Nah
vilirSelit. "1st; Naooleon, Oct. l'Jth. '
ZfiyThesc Ekaminatiuns wilt mien nt n.i?
o'cloclr, A.M., imi Clu-c at 3 o'clock P.M. The
class will not' be open for admission of appli
cants after 10 o"clock. The ISoanl has done
away with the practico of ante-dating certill
cates. No one is lullv ciiiiiiietent to i-n-rm-e m
school till after obtaining a ccrtiflcatcfroin the
Itoam OI School rixaminers. It Is rennirMl liir
the terms of the school law, that everr teacher
must iivi uaiinctiin reap n iinnroirraiinr.irejui.
ing, Writiut, Arithmetic. (ieugraphy and Enir.
lish Grammar, and possesses an adequate
knowledge of Theory and Practice of Teach-
o attention will be rirnn to nnnllcnnU fnp
moral character, signed liy at least two rcsi.on
sible uerons. will In. i-i'iMilnl ,f iqrh omwl!.
date.- Thcetctimonialsmustbeplaced in a
stanijicd euvelope, unsealed, anil addressed
with tlie name and post-onicc of the candidate
ami presented on the day of examination. Cer
tificates will be of four grades, .lo-wit: six
jioiuns; iweive .Months, Eig&tecu -Month.
Tncnty-fuur Months." Certillcates" of Six
Months bciu? vcrv low irraile and trial certiti.
cate, maybe issued a second time to the same
applicant, if circumstances require. A fee of
ouceni- is renuireu or every candidate In ad
uyornernr tne iioani,
1 ... LEWIS A. DEEr.OUT, Clerk.
II. it B. HEUZEIt,
Produce ami Commission Mercliauts,
Flour, Crain and Mill Stuffs,
n IIITK A WATER
And rurcbaer of
, WOOI, DltlEIl FKUIT,
BUri'Klt. EUtlS. AC.
Ai lis Eed Wareh&use,
Mlllgrsburs, - - Ohio.
At SPEAR & SONS,
At SPEAR & SONS,
West Liberty Street,
TIIEY HAVE THE
Larpst, Best it Gtapst
Fnrnltore establishment In this section of the
Stte. Their stock Is in endless Ttrittj-, and
it Kill pay all ia ud ofFmiiwn to caatyon
Manufacture Ml Their
And WABBANT eycry piece. Their assort
ment is complete, from the commonest to the
Terr finest. Furniture made to order, IX de
sired. All ther ask Is a trial, feeling; confident of
jiving entire satisfaction.
If joa want anything-in the Furniture line,
) uu can get IF at reuonatue Egurct as
SPEAR & SONS,
4Stf WOOSTEK, O.
a n stvles of
Can be bought CHEAPER ot
j. jB. PREY
sell at Factory list prices. If you want a
do as others arc doinr, prove the truth of this
assertion oy irying. 1 ou soonia see nis
Generally, It ittJu fort ever shown in Jlillers
uurg. l ou can e laii to ooserre me
place, for Shrimplin's Boots
& Shoes are scattered
all round the door just east
of the place where you want to buy
Watches and Jewelry !
Which fortyleand beauty are not a whit be-
mnti xtoiiy araen s uesc.
Look this Way
For 1 Fi
IS in receipt of the latest New York and
Philadeuhia Fashions for Gents and Rovs.
Is also prepared to get tip work in the most ap-
ALL "WORK WARRANTED TO FIT,
He is stIH Agent for the veil known
Improved Singer Machine,
Needles and Oil on hand.
Rooms, in Commercial Block
three doors west of Mid
mos!. A. WAITl
GRAND RUSK !
Old and Reliable
Stove 8b Tin Store
NO. 2 COMMERCIAL BLOCK,
T'lic the e"'ene'1 19 now offer,nS to the pnb-
"EXTENSION." for Wood,
"INLAND EMPIRE, "Coal,
Aud all the dlfferent"stjrles of
At the lowest living rates. Also, deals in
Crates, Hollow Ware,
wiiiuh wnu m , "est imwr.
Pumps, &C, &C.
Cutler;, Copperware, Tinware.
We maiUifarturpf'ni'PKJ irpprt tq ktAh
sell at Low fijeurcs.
Joh:Work and Repairing !
icaiiy anpt on ?nort nonce, we uo
SPOUTINC AND ROOFINC!
guaranteo a satisfactory lob evei." time.
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