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Leaning on God
Besting on an arm of fleeh
seems to be the hereditary, dis
ease of God's people. They r fly
to this and then to that But jvar-
gettheir true and only resting
place, the simple walk of faith,
trusting and leading alone npon
the Invisible, how difficult it is to
bring ourselves to it. We would
have some favorite child to lean
upon,or husband.orwife, or friend
.Our abuities,or something or oth
er that we can see and handle,
hall be the golden calf which we
tetuprand set. TheseTby. thy
godly Oi Israel! ! H-tfJ ft M j great
difficulty,- thea, to wtaa Ha from
crudities which are' promo tors -of
r I have pever met tr child thai
njMlaay jfeari blMiit: the nurse's
wiDOU'ra ud. one put
lit lVaatljt! trusts itself
aer, leaning wnoiiy npon
her, But we appear to be afraid
of leaning bard npon uod: we
cannot leave ourselves with lim
we don't throw ourselves right
back on the Divine bosom. Yet
th-tr is no true rest to ourselves
till w do. As long as we are
trying to support ourselves in
some measure or degree,-' we
have not yet come to the rest of
faith. I have known people wb j
went in the sea to learn to swim,
but they nevpn dare tak their
feittrtthefcottpmahAI do not
their feet. Standing ana "swim
jning cannot be managed at the
Isajufetiife.&ft hjqre are souls
would kmllrtif themselves
lMiodnesaf.fjGiod, but they
ly prop. Ihey cannot quit cast
themselves upon God, and trust
in the stream of his abundant
faithfulness, they cannot, walk by
faith, they must have some way
oi Other of clinging to the flesh.
Oh, for the grace to be willing to
believe in God! fRev. C. H.
Doubting and Unbelief.
Why should I disbelieve my
God? How dare I doubt him
who cannot lie? How can I mis
trust the faithful Promiser, who
has added to his promise his oath,
and over and above his promise
and his oath has given his own
iltKKififla sel, thaty ;:two 1m
'' tautable' things1 wherein' it is
impossible for God to lie we
might have strong consolation
Chide yourself.O doubter. Doubts
are among the worst enemies of
your soul. Do not entertain
them." Do not treat them as if
thev were -noor.forlorn travpllfltn.
iul M e hppital jy eAtersBhed, but
as roughs and' vagabonds, to be
chased from the door. Fight
them and slay them, and pray
(jrod to help ,thee to kill them and
brv tkara, Jifii not leave a bone
oriecBfa boneyof a doubt
above ground. Doubting and
unbelief are to be abhorred, and
to be confessed with tears as sins
for doubting as mucn as for blas
phemy. We ought no more to ex
cuse doubting than tying, for
- doubting slanders God and make
him a liar.
Doubting and Unbelief. The boy at the palace Gate.
A little boy jn England wished
k. i V . . . 1 j
m vgry auuRii luspe uii amen so
-""'Je 4ererniined t6 go at wncerjo.
hecpalace, and ask to. see tier.
But the sentinel on guard before
the' gate only" laughed at the boy
and pushed him aside with his
musket. Still the lad could not
give up his purpose, now he had
come so far. Not till the soldier
m threatened- to shoo't him lie turned
"andlnh away. One5 of the yourg
piiuccs Bitw 111111 urving, aiiu,uwi'
learning the cause. 6aid. ,with a
Ismfie. ftfl take JybuJto the
queen, aha past the guards he
walked, into the very presence of
she asked her son about the lad;
T and when she heard bis story he
laughed, as any kind hearted
.. . mother .would,, and with some
kindly words, sent the" delighted
. boy away with a bright piece of
j jinoneyjiH nis nana.
It is a bard matter for the poor
to gam admittance' into the pres
ence of the earthly sovereign
Batth way JhtiJ the ftpresence of
.uic great Ji-iirj; js aiMjn neyi(
and even the beggar in his rags
. O Hib jrel come: JniSatftiB prince
brought the child who longed to
;6$e her into his mother's presence
- so Christ takes by the hand dad
; 1 leads .us; prto the presenile f His
UOlHaYBnjjFfcner fajh dear
Son's sake we are mado welcome.
,WithoutHimtwe can never be
admitted. Never forget, when
you pray to God, to ask all bless
2inevfie-saTce"tof Teias, for 19
nffOTnef-aywuT praver ever be
, i . 5 -. .
neara ana answerea. jno one
nu wholngs to see .the King in His
beauty, but, will find the Prince
of life ever ready to lead hi:
a -i . 1 ' .'
Aiier a great snow-storm, a
little fellow began -to hovel a
iTMtth throuca a largo, snow-bank
"before Jhis grandmother'a door,
v He had nothing but a small 6hovel
to work with. ,
llow do yon expect to, .get
. through that drift? ' asJced a man
oassine alonir. -
By keeping atit,-said the boy
cnoeouuy. j 'jjiatViow.
That is the secret of mastering
almost every difficulty under the
6un. vJf a hard task is .before
you stick to f it. Do not keep
thinking boir large or hard , it is:
but go attyfand little by little it
. will gro r smailerjunyl t is aorifSv.
' Mf a hard lenson-is o Be learn
ed, do not spend a moment in
jtrUyig, do not Jpse iireath in
s"aying,I cjnrt," or rdonx see how
but go at it,and'keep at it-study.
That is the. only way to com
j-'w a uau
"habit broken up, it can not be
only crying a little. You must
keep fighting until it is got rid'
Farm and Household.
Crossing Cotswold and Merion
Crossing Cotswold and Merion Sheep.
A few days ago-one of oar
sheep men, who have been for
two or three seasons been using
Cotswoldam on his high; grade
merino ewes, invited me to look
at a nice flock oi lambs which he
had just turned into- a meadow
near his' house. ? We discussed
the propriety of thus grossing the
breedsie advocating It "atrongly.
I expressed1 (he opinion -that one
cross for the production of lamb
for4the table, was the extent al
lowable, and that the second
cross, though possibly affording"
tares se,would not be profitable!
by reason , of the small . amount
ana poor quauiy oi me neece.
He, is a man not given, to change
oi views wiuiuub verjr positive
proof that he i in error, and I
was' greatly suprised on meet
ing him this morning to learn
that he had been making a
thorough investigation of the
matter and had felt constrained
to admit that such is the fact in
his own case. -1 think the intro
duction and use of coarse wool
rams, among the flocks of Ver
mont has been immensly injuri
ous tcf fists "best interests . of , wi
flockmasters, though they hawp
a very good thing of it temporari
ly by 'raising lambs. With a
stock of old high grade or pure
farad. Merino. wes and no desire
to oeroetuate the flock, but only
to raise lambs for the shambles,
the practice is admissable,but no
further. Country Gentleman.
Many ofour farmers are deter-1
red from the introduction 01 im
proved blood into their herds -of
cattle by the ' immense 'outlay
necessarv to engage in any exten
sive sale in the propagation on
thoroughbred stock. While it is
true that it requires a , handsome
capital to embark successfully in
the raising of blooded stock, .it
does not involve much , expense
to produce grades that are of Ss
much practical value to the pro
ducer as those ot poor biooa.
We do not mean to disparage in
the,) least the production of
thoroughbred stock, for unless
we have those who - engage in
this ourVacilities for securing a
high order of grades: must soon
disappear.' Yet men of limited
means must advance their inter
est as they can. Let them then
invest '$150 or $200 in a short-
horned bulltalf of pure blood;
not a'trade.1 ibr it- 5s. impossible
to perpetuate the desirable char
acteristics of a race of . catue by
propagation from a grade, how
ever deep in the blood, but from
even a fair quality of native cows
bred to pure shorthorn, we may
geTaclass'of grades that for size,
weight, rapid growth, and taking
on of flesh, are quite the equal of
inorougnoreas." unw 11 is imt
fact'that misleads so many, caus
ing them to suppose that- a grade
is equally good to breed trom.
t or the butcher a good grade is
nearly or quite as good as
thoroughbreds;? fr propagation
he is absolutely worthless Kan
tat Spirit. . . .
Sound Ideas on Farming
The followinc views on farm-
IjwfJwre thrywa Nont-Ty Mr.
fQTere-tk hirf ecrr-" W-Balti-
more, and they so entirely cover
the ground ol successful culture
that we (rive them ' a olace for
thi ttefrlft .fj?uf readers.
1. That' the area under cultiva
tion should be within the limits
of the capital and labor employed
Hwt,, - n other- words;- that n im
pAierisheti Vsbils mkaaiiahould
cultivate more land than he can
enrich with manure and fertilz
ers,be it one acre or twenty.
-2. Thai-there should be a law
ompeUi e verymari to prevent
his stock from depredating on his
3. That green soil is more c ?on-
oirdcal thai Loose-asturjige. !
'IKat 8e9Mbge 4esentir,
al to good farming. U
;5, That he muck heap is the
farmer's4 "bank', "and' that every
thing should be added to it that
will enlarges it, and increase at
the same time Us fertDizmg pro-
(!' Jif M'v ,
6. That no farmer or planter
should depend ppon one stable
alone, but should seek to secure
himself agains serious Joss in
bad 8easonsJbjr diversity of product."""'
As a rule, it is better to ell
any given commodity-f-when, the
price '-is reTnimerRtrve, evten
though it be not high. Money
has so far been lost to the farm
ers this season by hoarding wool.
Latelr. however, wool has been
looking Op; arid- the large? quan
tity destroyed by itie. great hre
iaBct6n,waj help tcpprciate
prices. In relation to holding
wool, the Pittsburgh Commercial
in speakin g for that portion oTtpe
country says: J'
Western Pennsylvania and
Ohio districts are feeling severe
ly the decline in the price of
wool. During the summer, when
wool opened at seventy -hve cents
per pound, we urged upon our
farmers to sell, as it was proba
bly the top of the market; but,
decluded by tb experienbe of the
former 'season; they'' held for
higher prices; instead of an ad
vance, prices have been reced
inar all summer, and are now low
er, than, at any time iduring the
ye&fji!Ko.l.pplledis; qiioted at
lorry to lorty-nve cenis, anu
American full blood Merino at
fifty-seven to sixty cents per
pound. The clip of Washington
county, is estimated asl worth $1
600,000, .at seventy cents.
Bankers familiar with that trade
report ot the .pn-.tenth-of the
amount. , f old, jthe rest being
stowed away in barns and ware
houses, the farmers paying stor
age and insurance and losing the'
interest on their money.
F & RICE'
Are Making Preparation
; J - 1 ; ;;. -:- j
i i 1. 1 1 1 4 i 1 FmtA Tfcry test
REAPERS, MOWERS, THRESHING MACHETES,
Hay Rakes;'1 Plows,'
e would eft Datilcnlmr attention
by which a quick or slow motion is easily obtained by imply mortar a lever.
tiich a auick or slow motion is easilr obtained by limDlT mortar a lever. This lerr is sa
driver WHILE TMK MALHixe 13 1-N MOTION. Another advantage in this improveinent i
eijrht inches higher than in any other machine.
qualities as a combined Machine which it ummt
uw wauc an uujiivtviucii ib uiv nvsui wudai uaa, wnicn we oeueve win maae superior to any Kaae now in use.
Xo Machine of Inferior Quality is Permitted to Leave the Shops.
R-E'P-A I RING AND JOB O R E,
w.w. Renfrew, sec'y.
HS. - AT T BIT T Z O XT !
w two -i r a. ' -
for a Large and Extensive
a u m iner of 8 .
WE ARE MANUFACTURING
material, and will keep constantly on
'Plow Points, 1 Corn
noaci riows ana ocrapers, l arm liens,
fact every kind of Machinery needed about
OnwyBSHEirr U EXeELSIOS
There are many other improvements to thia Reaper and Mower which add greatly to its good
ooccm w toeeamerM tit tnf farmess -to aH an4 x ft wine Ibr-themselvc. We have
-Trade for 'the Spring and
hand a full supply of
Plows and Cultivators,
REAPER ASD MOWER, the "eccentric. ,
imnvixl tbat thm Ph,nMI-in i. tht.
thut the Cutter-bar can be elevated from ux to
JQS. ADAMS, President.
! ' X ' t . a it
1' iftALSMix X.. , ; v I ' "
I JEWELRY AfeV J TH E E Ltl H J
I - of thi ;srfy5sfc ,0 Waltham and
Latest Styles IMiAfsl 2 American :
"r jkyu yfl&'iJ&j X WATCHES I
j ON HAND. 2tfj I At LowPrlces. 1
WiTCPS, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SPECTACLES, &C
sli'ER. & PLATED "WARE,
MTJSIrCAIi INSTRUMENTS, &c.
All Kind of Repairing Neatly Done.
CaSHsst s ;
MILLERSBURC. TTJ rl
Circular ant Pric&Luts ftnt free on
WraNnts, fl 2B and 27 Prospect
Or Sua; sir-Coated, Concentrated,
Root and Herbal Juice, Auci
BlIIoBaCraasllea. THE " LITTLE
GlAy?" CJTB AIITIC, or nnltnm
In Parro Pfayalc.
Tne novflty of mndem Mdical, Chemical and
PhaniiftccuUcal Scieuua hi as mf any kroner
takiaf Uie ianr.. roDU)ive and'ani.nn. niTl
CDmptved of chtflij: crude, and bullet tngredients.
wbeo we can by a careful application of chemical
science, extract all I bo cathartic and other medl.
sinal pojpertie from the most valuable root. Slid
aero, ana conccutrale them Into a minnlc Gran,
nle, scarcely larcer than a rail a Lard
seed, that caa be readily swallowed bv thopc ol
the jno4t sensitive stomachs and JattidUni! taetea.
Bich little ParKatiTe lTIlo represents, in a
inot concentmtud form, as mach cathartic power
embodied in any of The" laro nills found for
"ale in ahe4rus; shoes. . From their wonderful ca
thartic DOwer In nmwitlnn tn tlit.ir v. ...
ww hib im tnen uran are Tpi 10 rappoe mat
they are harsh or drastic in effect, but snch is not
at all the case, the different active medicinal prin
.ciplesof Which thev are. composed being so bar
noalcsd and modiaed, one bv the others, as to
pvosnce a mot-ecarrltlwsf ami thor
""th, yet geutlr and kiudly opcratinir
cacnartic. . "
fcSOO Reward l hereby offered bvtho pro
prietor or theM Pellets, to any cbetcU-t who,
apoa analysis, will find in them any Calomel or
other forms of mercury or auy othe uu"-ral
poison. . - . - , 1 I
Betntr entirely wes;etable, no iwrtientar '
care Is required while natng them. They ope
rate without disturbance to the constitution, diet,
or occupation. For Jaandice, Headache.
CoaaaUpatton, Impure Blood, Pain
In me Shouldera, Tightness of the
Cheat, Dizziness, Sour Ernctations
of the Stoanach, Bad tasie In
month, Billons attacks, Pain In
rea-lon ot Kidneys, Internal FeTer.
Bloated feellusr about stomach.
Rush of Blood to Head, Ifigh Col
ored Crtae, -Unsociability and
Oloomy Forebodlnaa. uko l,r.
Pierce's Pleasant Paristlft Pellets.
explanation of the remedtalpower or my Pur-
fltive Pellets over so crest a variety of diseases,
wish to say that their action npon the)
animal cconomv Is nniMtMi. u
flaud or tissue escapln; their sail a-.
Ire Impress. Am does not impair them;
their auirar-coatlns; anil being enclosed in glass
wwot KBn" .wen .iruies snimpairea lor any
lenrth of time. In any climate, so that they an) al
ways fresh and reliable, which is not the case
with the pills funnd in the drug stores, put nn in
cheap wood or pens-board boars. tocoilect that
for all diseases where a Laxatls-cVA Itera
tive or Purgative is indicated, these little
Pellets will cive the moat nerfrct aatlsrai-ilnn ia
who use them.
They are sold by all enterprlslna
Pruf slisla at osots a boule.
Do not allow sny aroest to Induce von to
lake anvthinz else that lie may say is Just as
rood M Bry Pellets because he mokes s larifer
pront on test which ho reeommearls. If your
oruelat saonot.euppl Imm, tadow SB cents
suu rvalue inem dv renira msu from
M. r. ruvtvt:, M. J)., iwy.
Birietl1 "Celeste Oriais.
II. il. McCcLLOca.
Lumber Yard !
' ,,T 4 &-McCidloch
Have completed their arrftnffemente and bare
now in lull operation meir
1TE77 FLA1TZ17G MILL !
And will keep constantly on band erery de
scription of ,
Consisting in part of
Lumber, -Timbers Battens,
--Siding; lath. Shingles,
Moulding 6t Flooring,
Surfaced & Match-
Doors and Blinds,
Frames.. Castings &
Balusters, Newell Posts,
Railings, Sash, etc., etc.
ftaSnrfacin and Matching done to order
on short notice.
Builders, Farmers and others in want of
Lumber, or anvthios; else In our line, at the
lowest prices, give us a call.
Office and Yard West End of Main Street,
near the Bridge.
French, Reed at McCulloch.
Millersuorz. O., Feb. 8. 18K. Ktf
V . . , - .i
millersbttrg; ' Ohio.
IWrTII,r) resiwrtnilljr annnnnn to the pub
lir. (hat I am prepared to All all orders for
Ladies' & (Jchtlemcn's
In the best and most approved style.
i Keep none but the Beit Workmen
and Warrant All my Work.
Repairing Done in 8uperior
In New and Beautiful Cases.
THIS Celebrated Instrument combines more
perfection than any other Keetl Inalru
oentinUie market, resulting from
The Patent Manual Sub-Bass,
me fatent Knee iswell,
The Patent Organ Bellows,
The Patent Vox Jubilante,
The Pat ent Vox Humana Tremolo
Thcee Improvements belone exclnsivelv to
1a sViJ1a.'V 111-' a vt 1- : I.
mis. iwivi vnuA. n men lor sweet, lull,
round, sympatbetic and powerful tone surpass
Ml Wild B.
Send for Catalogues.
-""' sitreire, O.,
Agent for Holmes and Ashland Counties.
TrtTTT.Ts MSCIUwrriills- nnrtsiw.nA A lha ..:
V V r LJ 1 ' I-
that IS a la llr-oiia i-sui to An .1 in Uin l..,n
auu 5uuiuik naisitu.IVLU
Harness Made to Order.
Da. K.a tia vl.rht an. sTA- Ih.
perior to all others.
jfigf-none nut ine oesc workmen empioyeu.
Berlin, Aug. M, ISTi. ltf
Notice to Teachers.
THE FALL EXAMIXATIOX OF TEACH
era of Holmes Count v. O., will le held at
school House, Koom Ao. 7 in ililiersburg, on
bEPTEMBEIt, 14th ami 98;
OCTOIf ER. lSth aud Stith;
JiOVEMBEK., Uth and inl;
In addition to the abore. examinations will
be held in Wcinsbunr. September 7th: Xash-
in rv, c7srn. aist . nnpt'ituu, xstt. ltrvn. -
Bee Tnese Examinations will ien at
o'clock, A. AL, and close at ii o'clock P. M.Tlie
ciawwiHmn neopen lor inmKMon oi appn
cant after 10 o'clock. The Hoard has done
away with the practice of ante-datnfr cert id
cates. o one is lully competent toenafre a
school till after obtaining a certificate from the
Board of School Examiners. It is rei!ired bv
tae terms of the school law. that ererv te.i. he'r
must be qnaluled to tench Ortairunii.hy.KejMt
iOK, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography and Eng
lish Grammar, and possesses an adequate
Kuowieugeoi xneory anu rractice or xeacn
0 attention will be triren to aunlieanls for
pnTaiv examinations, lesiiinoniais oi ROOti
moral character, sitrnedbyat least two re invi
sible persons, will be remiired of each candi-
uacts. niese Bertnmooiats mndt ue niacea in a
Stamned enTelone. iineii.ed. nim addressed
ami prcsenteuon tne nay oi examination, cer
tificates will lie of four grades, lo-wit: Six
Months. Twelrn Mnnthk. Kirhtefn Mtmth.
Twnty-four Months. t'ertiilratea of ix
Months bcinj? verr low irrade and trial cert ill
cate, may be issued a second time to the same
applicant, if circunistauces reouire. A fee of
at cents Is required of every caudidate in ad-
) , ' . ,Uy onlcrof the ltonnl,
j ! : LEWIS A. JJEKUOCT, Clerk.
H. & B. nEKZER,
Produce and Commhwlou Morcliaiils,
Flour, Crain and Mill Stuffs,
And PurchaMir of
WOOI, PHIKK Pit HIT,
BUTTEIt, Ki '.OS, .
w' Al lie'Eedtirekss,
Mlllersbure. - - Ohio.
At SPEAR & SOXS,
At SPEAR & SOXS,
West Liberty Street, .
THEY HAVE THE
Larcest, Best nil
Furniture establishment in this section of the
State. Their stock is in endless variety, and
it wilt pay all t need ofKn, .iitur to call bfort
Manufacture All Tlieir
And 'WARRANT everv
v niaoe. Their assort-
ment is comnleto. iron.
i the commonest to the
very finest. Furniture made to order, if de-
All they ask ia a trial, feeling confident
urivins- entire satisfaction.
If ron wairt anything in the Fumftuxe line
yrwm mm Ml 11 rmmithim Bfrntve At
"' WOOSTfcR, O.
j2a.ll atylos of
Can be bought CHEAPER oi
. A. B. PREY
every dav. than of awt one who publishes
. sell at Factory list prices. If you want a
do as others are doing, prove the truth of this
assertion oy crying, l on snouiu see nis
U w Stock!
Generally, U i tie best ever shown in Millers
burg, iou can't laii to observe tne
place, for Shrimplin's Boots
ft Shoes are scattered
all round the door just east
of the place where you want to buy
Watches and Jewelry,!
Which for style and beauty are not a whit be-
mnd JJoiiy v anien s bent.
Look this Way
Fir Ifie Fall Fa
IS In receipt of the latest New York and
Philadephia Fashions for Gents and Boys.
is aso prepared to get up work in theinostap-
prvveu tye. . .
ALL WORK WARRANTED TO FIT.
He is stitt Acent for the weB known
Improved Singer, Machine,
Needles and Oil on hand.
i . ... '
Rooms, in Commercial Block.
three doors west of Mill
GRAND RUSH !
Old and K eligible
Stove & Tin Store
NO. 2 COMMERCIAL BLOCK,
rriTTE undersigned is now offoring to the pnb-
EXTENSION," for Wood,
INLAND EMPIRE," Coal,
Ar.d all the diOcrent'stlcs of
At the lowest living rates. Also, deals in
Crates, Hollow Ware,
union vnurn, ' wu i
Pumps, &c, &o.
Cutlery, Capper-mare, Tinware.
We mvuifiirtiin-Corl'EB KKTTLES, which
c sell at Low Kifrlires. i - .
"ob Work and Repairing I
Neatly done, on short notice. We do
SPOUTINC AND ROOFING!
nd guarantee a satisfactory lob eve time.
Saleroom. Nn.1 onimermiij Hlsvnk. llillara-
' A Great Combination
and the Terr best business opportunity everof
fored, is to be sound in an Agency lor taking
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