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Igolmgs Conatj Republican
Mat 15, 187?
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HOLMES COCXTY BcPUBUCAS,
ESTILL & NEWTON,
Publishers of Holmes County Farmer.
The Ohio Christian Missionary Society.
The Ohio Christian Missionary Socie
ty will hold its Twenty-first Anniver
sary ia Womter, Ohioi on Way 20th,
21st anc 22nd, 1873. , ,
ELDER ISAAC ERRETT, Pres't.
Elder R. Moffett, Cor. Sec.
Miss Frank Folwell has opened a wri
ting school at home, where scholars
will be received at any time. Miss
Folwell is a 'good penman,' and an ex
perienced teacher. We hope she may
have a large class. - ' ' -
Black River Commercial.
We have just received the first num
ber of Vol. 1 of a paper with the above
name,, published at Black River, Ohio.
It Is a pleasant looking little sheet. We
hope it may be successful. Black River
will undoubtedly be a fine business
The Wooster District Ministerial As
sociation of the M. E. Church was held
in the M.E. church of this placejast Wed
nesday and Thursday. Sessions were
held during the day and evening. A large
number of our, citizens attended the
meetings. The exercises in general were
quite interesting.'. A children's meet
ing was held Thursday evening, at
which several addresses were made, and
some fine singing rendered by the little
New Idea of Liberty.
The Yoongstown Etgisltr observes
that the past few days have' developed
the existence of a new idea of liberty
among tome of the miners of the Ma
boning region. It says that they seem
determined to assert their liberty to
shoot at men whose only offense is that
they desire to earn a living by1 honest
labor.. Tills right In their opinion ap
pears to overbalance any claims that
others may have of individual freedom
to determine whetlier they shall work
or starve. -
New Presbyterian Church.
jQVork is now progressing rapidly on
the FrwbyterUn church. cTie Brick
ffasona, Itave commenced their work,
and the Walls are creeping up rapidly.
All that is needed now to hasten the
work, is for those who have subscribed
toward this building, to come forward
and pay up their subscriptions. The
trustees are now very anxious to have
this money paid In, as it is needed. Let
every one respond promptly.'. U'' . t-
The New York and Western Theatre.
This popular troupe has again visited
our town, and are now giving a series
of plays in the Town nail. On Monday
"night they gave "Ticket-of-leaye-Man,''
lu which Felix A. Vincent appeared as
chief character. Those who heard it
pronounce it well rendered. The pro
gramme for Tuesday evening was
"Lady AaxUey'. Secret," concluding
with lh farce of "Our Gal." We are
not .-advised how long they expect to
stay,. " " -..' i ' ;
Dwelling Burglarized at Lucas, Ohio.
Thursday night the dwelling of Dr.
Norann Baker, of Lucas, was entered
by burglars and about fifty dollars
in money, a gold watch and some valu
able jewelry belonging to his daughter
were token. The watch was lonnd in
the morning between the street and the
bouse, where it had been dropped by
the thieves in their haste. They effect
ed an entrance by the front door. Mr.
Baker thinks chloroform was nsed, as
its effects were felt when the family
arose in the morning. No clue has yet
been found to the burglars.
A. B. Frey has had his storeroom rc
fitted and cleaned up, and has just re
ceived, a large invoice ef Jewelry of all
kinds. His assortment of clocks is very
line. A fine lot of watches will be re
ceived in a few days. A large variety
of Jewelry for ladies. Having adopted
the cash system, he can sell at least fif
teen per cent, cheaper, as he will have
no bad debts to absorb the profits. We
have exanined his stock and priced his
goods aud we must say they are exceed
ingly cheap for the quality of goods.
We recommend all who desire to pur
chase anything in that line of trade, to
call on him, and we know that you
will be satisfied. '
A matter of considerable importance
for all persons subject to license or
special tax nnder the Internal Revenue
laws, to understand, is that they will.
from and after the first of this month,
be required to pay the tax under the
provision of the act of December 11
1872. Instead of waiting for assess
ment, they will be required to pax in
advance, the same as State licenses, and
the penalties are heavy fordoing busi
ness after the 1st of May without hav
ing paid the tax. The receipt to be
f procured at the office of the Collector is
to be posted conspicuously in the place
of business of the Ux-payer. The law
imposes penalties for tailing so to post
0 (be receipts or stamps. Those interest-
a .-! do avail to bewr these facts care
fully hi mind. " '
Hall the people's Photographer, tf j
Millersburg is waking np from its
dream of several years, and the people
have taken a notion to build. Already
a large number of new dwelling houses
have been put nnder contract, and
others will be soon. Among the prin
cipal improvements, we mention the
Presbyterian Church, the Butler House,
and the new block on the old Critchfield
corner. The, work on the church is
progressing rapidly. The Butler House
is being rebuilt. One portion was re
fitted last fall. The remaining part has
'been removed, preparatory to putting
in a new brick .building. Peters, Hose
A Co. are now having the cellar of their
new block excavated, and are nearly
ready for the Stone Masons. It will be
a three story brick, and will make a
great difference in the looks of that part
of the town. Henry Snyder is puttier
np a fine brick dwelling on the east end
of Washington street. Frank Gray's
new house is fast approaching comple
tion on the west side of South Wash
ington Street.- There are several other
houses, which we will notice at another
time. We are glad to mark this spirit
of enterprise, and hope it may still In
crease. It shows that the town is look
ing np. Business men in other places
have an eye on llillerabiire, and are ex
pecting great things for it in the future,
as it can, and should be a center for coal
aad other mineral productions. But it
depends in a great measure upon the en
terprising spirit of our citizens, wbeth
er this shall be or not. This eonnty
could be made double ka present value
in a few years, if the people would only
do what they should do. Encourage
manufactures, help build railroads that
would of necessity increase the value of
laud very materially, and consequently
the general wealth of the county. The
sooner our people look upou these mat
ters in the right light, the sooner will
our county take its proper stand among
the counties of the State.
Wearing a New Boot.
The Danbury JVewt says: It is a little
singular how well anew pair of boot
can be made to fit at the store. Yon
may not be able to get your foot only
part way down the leg at the first trial,
but that is because your stocking is
sweaty, or you haven't started right,
and the shoemaker suggests that yon
start again and stand np to it, and he
throws in a little powder from a pepper
box to aid you. And so yon stand up,
and pound down yonr foot, and partly
trip yourself up, and your eyes stick
out In an unpleasant manner, and every
vein in your body appears to be on the
point of bursting, and all the while
that dealer stands- around and eyes the
operation as intently as if the whole
affair was perfectly new and novel to
him. When your foot has finally struck
bottom, there is a faint impression on
your mind that you have stepped into
open stove, but he removes it by
solemnly observing that be never saw a
boot fit quite as good as that. You may
suggest that your toe presses too hard
against the front, or that some of the
bones in the side of the foot are too
much smashed, but he says this is al
ways the way with a new boot, and that
the trouble will entirely disappear in a
few days. Then you take the old pair
under your arm and start for home as
animated as a relic of 1812, all the while
feeling that the world will not look.
bright and happy to you again until you ,
have brained that shoemaker. You
limp down town the next day, and
smile all the while with your month,
while your eyes look as if you were
walking over an oyster bed barefoot.
When no one is looking, you kick
against a post or some other obstruc
tion, and show a fondness for stopping
and resting against some tiling that will
sustain- your weight. When you get
home at night you go for those old boots
with an eagerness - that cannot be de
scribed, and the remarks that you make
upon learning that your wife has dis
posed of them to a widowed woman in
the suburbs, are calculated to immedi
ately depopulate the earth of women
and shoemakers generally.
"Behind the Scenes."
We are in receipt of specimen pages
"Behind the Scenes in Washington."
Beingacomplcte and graphic account of
the Credit Mobilier Investigation, the
Congressional rings, Political Intrigues,
Workings of the Lobbies, etc. Giving
secret history of our national gov
ernment, in all its various branches, and
showing how the public money is
squandered, how votes are obtained, etc,
with sketches of the leading senators,
congressmen, government officials, etc.,
and an accurate description of the
splendid public buildings of the Fed
eral Capital. By Edward Winslow Mar
tin, author of "Secrets of the Great
City," etc., etc. Illustrated with nu
merous fine engravings of the Public
buildings and noted scenes in Washing
ton.. Address National Publishing Co.
Philadelphia, Pa.; Chicago, 111.; Cin
cinnati, Ohio.; St. Louis, Mo.
We clip an extract from a Glance at
" It is weakness of the good people of
n asmngton to believe that they are pol
iticians. Dwelling under the Shadow
of the General Government, they im
agine that they inhale politics with
every breath they draw, loo will hard
ly find a male resident or tne capital
but is firmly convinced that he has in
fluence with some branch of the Gov
ernment. He is diffident about exert
ing it, but is sure that be posseses it. As
tor the women, their connuence in tneir
is sublime. Of course they can accom
plish what they undertake, for where is
the congressman or omciat mat can re
sist tnem r Be ne never soomiunue,
they are sure they can win him over.
How much of truth there is in this feel
ing, it is impossible to say, but it is cer
tain tliat numbers of the residents of
the citv, of both sexes, do seek to exer
cise this influence, some making an act
ual business or prolession of It. Jvery
winter their ranks are swelled by the ar
rival of men and women from all parts
of the country, who are equally sure
that they either possess or can obtain a
similar influeuee over tiie powers that
be, and who are determined to exert it
in behalf ot the varkms scjieines in
whicli they are interested. These nil
nierous persons make up the class that
is commonly known as tne Jobby.
They constitute a real power at the
Capitol, and their appearance is as reg
ularly expected as are the arrivals of
the members ot the two nouses or
Conzress. The Lobby has a veritable
and interestinz history, and its leading
members are as well known as any le
gitimate officer of the Government."
Will Never Marry.
A young man Kviug in south Canton
says lie will never marry. He never
was struck by female charms but once.
Site was walklnir down the street with
a copy of the Hep. and Hep. projecting
half way nut or her bustle, while two
naughty men were walking leisurely
liehind her, perusing its columns. The
young man in question, thinking that
looked too much like snotizin?. stepped
up to inform the unconscious damsel of
the lact, and being nil her bashful, and
wishing to state the facts as delicately
as possible, he stammered out: "I. nil !
beg your pardon. Miss, but yonr news
depot needs attention." There was a
gleam in her eye which meant business.
and before lie could evade her, there
was a scratch on his I'aiw about two In
ches long. The lady has gone otl' to
visit, and will remain all summer.
15 TOWS A5D OUT.
The winter is over and gone.
It begins to look like spring.
Plenty of fresh fish in the market.
Best brands of Cigars at D. Camp-
oeii's. . tr
A great many people were in town
Fine Stereoscopic Views at Court
& Appleton s.
The boys are enjoying themselves
tuning these days.
The churches are filled on Sundays
thanks to the milliners.
Assessor is around ; hide your traps
swear you don t own anything.
Soda Water on draft every day at
The swallow's will soon homeward
Thundsr storm, Monday night, but
Dime parties are fashionable
The State Legislature adjourned on
Tuesday of last week. Vx
The "Welcome" is a sprightly Sun
auuool music book.
The banks of the creek are lined
fishermen of all sizes and ages.
Cutworms are not as yet destroying
corn in this section ol tne country
Crackers & Canned Fruit at D.
An exchange describes a public per-
rormer as "clot lieu witb wit. ne must
a habit of joking.
History repeats itself and spring
bonnets are of the "scoop-shovel" style
A cotemporary calls his items
"Nits" to show that he gets them out of
Get your party and wedding cakes
.uang's Bakery. . - "
Dr. Enos is still getting better. It
thought that he will recover entirely
the effects of the stroke.
Prof. Kieffer was in town over
Sunday. He is talking of locating per
In Sandusky City, U
What to do if yon split your sides
laughter ruu till you get a stitcn
Our new Street Commissioner.
James French, has put down several
crossings that have long been needed,
A citizen of this place found
of gold the other night, but be
be could carry it nome woke up.
Ob. what nice photographs! Where
you get theui, at Cleveland f On,
at Courtney tt Appleton's. tr
A German friend, whose wife takes
washing for their subsistence, claims
he earns his living by the sweat of
The Youngs town coal operators are
to be talking about importing one
thousand laborers from the emigrants
Always shut your bed
before retiring. You may have to get
in the night, and closing a door with
your nose is one of the lost arts.
John Stuart Mill, the emminent
English Philosopher and political econ
omist died Friday last at Avington,
France, in tne sixty-mntn year oi nis
Jacob N. Yoder's Indian ponies at
considerable attention when he
them into town. They make a
handsome team, and work very nicely
Although business has been gener
dull during the past winter, there
been considerable bustle in the fan
cy stores about town.
We have set apart Monday, Tues
Wednesday, and the three follow
days or each week, to receive sub
Bowen Brothers are sinking an air
to ventilate their Coal Mine on
Saunders farm. It will be about 50
The railroad track is laid within
miles of Columbus, and the re
mainder is being put down at the rate
three-quarters of a mile daily.
A local editor of many years' ex
perience has declared that the man is
unborn who could write a local
ana be perfectly sure tnat nooouy
One of General Gillcm's men crush
in the head of a Modoc with a rock,
in writing home to bis mother
it, the soldier said, "I rocked him
An exchange says there is not an
inventor among women of this coun.
We should like to learn who in
vented gossip and nair-puiiing, u tne
assertion really be true.
The voice of the Assessor is heard
the land, from Dan to Beersheba,
calling upon the good and the wicked to
render unto Caesar tne tilings mat are
D. R. MoNamara received, one day
week from a friend in Pennsylvania,
fish that weighed forty-six pounds. It
a pike, and was caught in tne on-
The distribution of the new postal
has been postponed for a few days
account of the inability of the con
tractors to mrnlsli the large amount re
quired for a general supply. ...
A man in Sharpsbitrgh fell dead,
recently from the excitement of angry
passion. If such excitement had any
on the people here.the town would
The Chicago, Burlington 4 Quincy
R. have issued a neat pamphlet
How to Go West." a Guide to Iowa,
Nebraska. Kansas and California, which
be obtained free of charge by ad
dressing D. W. Hitchcock, Chicago, 111.
It would be a good law which should
require all railroad trains to be provi
I with a fire extinguisher, la the
majority of accidents by rail the past
season more passengers have perished
lire than any other cause.
A littte girl who had a chicken
to her put a nest into its coon, and
day went to look for an egg. But
morning sue heard It crow, and ex
claimed, "Aha! Mrs. Hen! You're a
rooster, are you ?"
Someone wisely proposes that the
Federal Constitution be improved by
following amendments: "Article
Every scoundrel shall have the
right, as Congressman or Senator, to
himself an increase of salary
whenever he feels like stealing."
"Mother, can I go to Courtney &
Appleton's and get my photograph ta
ken?" 'No, I guess it isn't worthwhile.'
'Well, then you might let me go and
a tooth pulled out, at Doc. Pierce's,
never go anywhere."
The shoemakers strike still lusts in
York, though we think it is voax-
toward the end. Many a poor soul
wasted his all in the persistency of
course, but must booh return to
orjxyout, there is no alternative.
In consequence of the sale of the
Vernon Hepubliean, Mr. W. T. Bas-
has resigned his position as Presi
oi llicunio Editorial Association,
the duties of the office devolve oil
Joshua Saxton, editor of the Urban
Uitizen, the oldest editor lu Ohio.
If yon feel dull, drowsv. debilita
have frequent headache, mouth
tastes Had, or jpiMstipt, and tongue
coated, you are sntlcring Imin Torpid
liver or "uinousiiess,-' and nothing
cure so soeedllv and nerni:inentlr
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
Sold by all Druggists. G10
O, py chiininy, Chake, were you
dot clothes vat you hale gotten on ?
baed you, iiiud dot pooty. Now,
Hans, l tole you vera 1 got em I tolls
el'erybody; 1 got 'em by Isaac Marx,
he know now how to make 'em, I
you. Hans is getting a suit oil'
If you wish to live cheerfully, with
consciousness of doing what you
know to lie right. If you wish to he
happy and contented, and feel certain
all has gone well with yti, von
need buy yonr Jewelry of A. li.
rey, JJillerslmrg, U. A large lot ot
and beautiful goods Just received
Probate Court was in session two
days last week.
Fine Candies, the best that is made
at D. Campbell s. ti
It is estimated that there are six
teen thousand rurals poets waiting for
the advent of Spring. There is cer
tainly something keeping the season
The Sunday School at Upper Sand
Run School House is quite an interest
ing one. It is held in afternoon at half
pat two o'clock.
Sunday Schools or individuals de-
sirinrPror. J. M. Xiefler's new work
"The Welcome," can be supplied by
calling at, or sending to the Postoffice,
,-Hllrri smug, is. 3iiigrecui, i wute.
Per dozen, f s.w,
If some of our robust young "cor
ner supports" who glory in their mus
cle, would take picks and shovels and
make their strength useful, they would
be more highly respected. 1 here is
nothing short of actual crime more de
rogatory to a young inau s character
than habitual laziness.
An aged and highly respected citi
zen on Main street was- very much in
terested in a picture of what uetuougat
was a new kind of stone bruise, aud ex
patiated to some length on the progress
of medical science at this day before he
discovered that the engraving was
lraft of a fashionable sleeve trimming
for ladies. Then he laid down the book
Extract from a letter from Mrs. J. C.
Aldrich, Waiiseon, Fulton Co-0. "R.
P. Hall & Co. Gentleman : Please send
me one dozen bottles of yonr Sicilian
tlair itenewer. unr "bald and gray
do not want to be out; My mother is a
living recommendation of the results
from the use of the Renewer. Being
almost seventy years old, aud having
worn a wig over thirty years, it seems
a miricle to these who bare known her
so long so haW, and wfcat tittle hair she
had being perlectly-white; now ber
wtz thrown aside, her hair grown out
and a smooth, glossy brown, us in girl
hood. Hoping yon may long continue
to pour blessings on the heads of the
araicted, i remaiu yours truly.
Such evidence, with the indorsement
ol the great chemists of .New r.nglanu
Dr. A. A. Haves and S. uana 1 laves.
should satisfy any one, which of the
preparations produce the best results
Roll of Honor.
The following is the Roll of nonor
in the schools tor tne montu enuing
May the second:
James Calhoun,- Kirk Cameron,;
Wni, McDowell, W. U. NegeUpach,
y. F. Ingles, ..if Emma Beach,,
K. J.Lewis, i' Emma Rickets.
Alfred Uht tllmma Craig,
Jaaies Cary, Xmnia Smith, -...
wviUibson,- -i taara EveruarM
Stephen Lisle, ' Sarah Tidball,
T. K. Frazier, - Dora lisle,
W. W. Adams, Alice Evevhart,'
Si Anderson, .J Lola Hoxworth, . .
win. Lau-uuer. - Amue HoBioson,
Ella Glick, William Hanna,
Uaait IfentVmv.S lE.lward StinWf!
j.ucy ueegie, .
flaura BeH, V Jolift Hahjm"
AnnleBay, . , ... .iohn lergin, - -..
lennle Keam, Henry Vork, .
Mary Rieheaon, Stephen Andersoi),
mens jnoorej ;-Jonn tverett, .- ;
Edward Beeglej ! Nellie Farm, "
Albert. Butler, ':; - Ida Fair, . ...
Elsworth Cary,' . Cora Gray, -. . i . .
Win. Newton, Lucy Hoy,
Charles Weituiap,' Jeuiiett Keller, , ,
Louisa italrd, rrancisorr.
jiey Parkinson, . ,
Virginia Butler "Carrie Vorwerk,
bllaDay, itenj. Albertson,
Samantha Keller, Fred. Cameron,
Anna Marchant, Oeorge ImIy,
Lucy Richeson, Alvah Miller,
Debba Spencer, Melvin Wolgamot.
Hallie Caskey, Jennie Pomerene,
L. Cherry hoi mes, Lura Walkup,
May Courtney, Maggie Seigle,
Mellie Caroeuany Mary Nevill,
Elizabeth liecker M:llie.ary,
Bessie Mayers, Otta Negelspacb,
E. Nuneniacher, John Wolgamot,
Lida Newton, Russell Wolgamot.
SECOND PRIMARY. FIRST PRIMARY.
Josie Poto,;' I i-'ljAicy -Schiller,
j I i
Martha Koss, .lonn I'M.
Liziie Lowther, . Shannle Day,
EllaFarrah, ' Harvey Estill,
Jennie Beegle, Willie Leppla,
liattie .Newton, Bo is uaird. :
The above are the names of those who
were neither absent nor tardy once du
ring the month., Those with tlie aster
isk attached received one hundred per
cent., in their recitations during the
entire month. ., ... . ,., . , !40,
C. L. LOOS, Supt.
Prof. Fowler's Greatest Work.
The National Publishing Company,
of Cincinnati, have, just jissuod aery
important and valuable vorfc4by trpt.
O. S". Fowler, on Manhood, Womanhood,
and their Mutual Inter-relations; Love,
its Laws, Power, etc. It is a masterly
exposition of the laws which control
the relations of the Sexes, and their du
ties toward each other; and it is not as
serting too much to pronounce it the
most valuable and timely publication
of the age.
All friends of morality and purity
in social lire will hail tbe advent oi
Prof. Fowler's book with delight, and
those who seek information upon the
curious atd tragic features of domestic
life, tbose who would study human na
ture stripped of its masks and disguises,
will find this volume the .best hand
book in existence. Young men whe
value their domestic , happiness should
not fail to rend his remarks on the sub
ject of selecting a wife, as the informa
tion it contains is rtevonu value.
Tbe book is a real blessing to the pub
lic, and will be regarded as sucn oy an
who read it. The low price at which
it is issued brings it within the reach of
all, and every person who wants to ar
rive at a proper understanding or tne
true relations of the sexes should pro
cure a copy. It is sold by subscription
only, anil agents are wanted in every
county. Address National Publishing
Co., 173 Elm street, Cincinnati, O. .-
us on a
mighty river. Our boat at first goes
down the tiny channel through .the
playful murmuring of the little brook
and the willows upon its glassy borders
The trees shed their blossoms over the
young heads; the flowers on the brink
seem to offer themselves to our youn
hands; we are happy in hope, and
grasp eagerly at the beauties that sur.
round us; the stream hurries on, and
still our hands are empty. Our course
'n youth and manhood is along a wider,
deeper flood, and amid objects more
striking and magnificent. We are an i
mated by the moving pictures of enjoy
ment and industry passing us; we are
excited by our short lived enjoyments
The stream bears ns on, and joys and
griefs are left behind us. We may be
shipwrecked, hut we cannot be delayed
for, rough or smooth, the-river hastens
towards its home, till the roar of the
ocean is lu our cars, and the waves lie-
neath our feet, and the floods are lifted
up around us, and "ve take our leave of
earth and Its Inhabitants, until of our
further voyage there Is no witness save
the Infinite and Eternal.
Miss Emilia Myers of the firm of
WlinlfA- Myers Is now In the City buy
ing a fine stock of Millinery and Fancy
Goods. Look out for something pice,
Utll the peopled Photographer, tf
The Credit System.
Tbe Farmer of last week contained an
article on the "Credit System," which
some of our readers may not have seen,
As it puts the question plainly, we take
the liberty of copying it as follows:
"The very large amount that newspa
per publishers musi necessarily lose
every year by subscribers who never
pav reauny suggest iicu w uie reauer,
but there is another item that few think
of. By way of illustration, suppose
that A, a wealthy man aud abundantly
able to pay, takes the paper year after
year without paying for it, nntil his ac
count runs np.to $10, as many of them
do. We must pay cash for paper, ink,
tvpe, labor and everything else that
nertains to the publication of a paper.
and we have to frequently borrow mon
ey at 10 per cent to meet our expenses.
AS we SalU, A owes iu iw , mc imcresu
on that sum would oe i a jmr, aim u
follows that when we pay interest and
get none, we are losing si a year, or
what 13 tne same givwig n. me pajier ior
$1 a year. B owes 11s Slo, many do, and
it follows that we lose i.au ou mm, or
what is equivolent, give him the paper
for 50 cents. C owes us for ten years,
$30, and we have quite a number of that
kind. Derl'ectlv able to pay, and it takes
$2 a year to pay the interest on whaLfee
owes, so we virtually -get nothing: from
him lor tbe papers jainuing" paper,
ink, labor and all other mattereof ex
nenditure connected .with our business
and we have a weekly expenditure of
not less than 1100, whten must De paid
in cash, and when our receipts fall
short we nrast raise the money from
seme other source.. With advance pay
ment we will have the money to pay as
we go, lose nothing by long credits
without interest, nor lose by subscribers
who never pay. and it Is but little in-
oonvenlence to our prompt paying sub
scribers. . -;
In the Wrong Box.
The other daxa man
neighboring towns came bolting into
the inside door of the Postoffice with
tbe following inquiry, "See here Mis
ter,' have yau got any fried oysters f
He seemed to be very much disappoint
ed when the clerk told aim. they were
out. lie said they must be -very scarce,
as be had been in nearly every bouse in
town and they were all out.- Tbe clerk
then sent him across the street to Mr.
Weston's and told him he always kept
boiled eggs on haad and supposed be
had the tried oysters also. He went
across aud in about half an . hoar he
came out seemingly very much refresh
ed and walked up street smoking liis
The Oldest Editor.
Mr. Josbna Saxton,' senior editor of
the Citizen and iazette, -Urbana, and
Vice President of the Ohio- Editorial
Association, has been appointed Presi
dent of the Ohio Editorial Association
vice Hon. W. T. Bascom, of Mt. Vernon,
resigned. - Mr. Saxton is the oldest edi
tor 111 Ohio, notwithstanding the Onto
State ienirnal erroneonily-accorded that
honor or the writer tBereof. We com
menced editing the Chillicothe Gazette
April IS, 183a. We believe brother
Saxton has been in tbe harness fully
four deeades. We hope to be favored
by attending his golden wedding to the
tripod. Coviwflou Eg.) Qaeette.
WOOSTER OHIO, May 12, 1863.
Messes., 'EwxeES There Wnelno
special hews to communicate that would
be worthy of space required in your
paper, I" hare not levied" on yonr icdl-
uians for some time. - The reader will
also observe 'that as j et not much can
be said of very great Interest. . : ";
To-morrow, (Tuesday tne 13th) we
are to have the decision of our State
Court upon the legality of the 1 law
grilling a tax to be levied for building
railroad, when a desire of the same is so
expressed by a two-thirds majority of
all votes cast forsnch a purpose. And
believe that It Is the wish of every
thinking man, whose motives are not
purely selfish and misery that the Cjur
decide it a legal law. It is a question
of very much interest, to the people
long the projected railroad from Black
River down through the Muskingum
Valley, known as the Cleveland, Woos
ter & Muskingum Valley Railroad. But
whether the law is decided constitution-
or not. The general opinion is
that the road will be built notwith
standing. I think that the people have
fully felt its necessity, if for nothing
more than coal which has been a very
rare article in some households, in Woos
ter, at least, for a mouth past. - . -y
Considerable Improvements are nnder
way now in our city, the principal one
being a complete new outfit of the'
Wooster Post-Office, by the efficient
Postmaster, Capt. A. S. McClure.' GeiT
U. S. Grant passed through here last
Friday night on a special car. ' Few
persons saw him, ho wever, as it was not
known to the citizens. '
A week ago last Sabbath we had the '
pleasure of hearing an excellent sermon
In the Presbytearn Church preached by
Rev.D.A.Cunningham of Philadelphia,
brother of the Postmaster of Millers
Farmers are all behind time with
their work on account of much rain.
Five miles north east of here quite a
severe hail storm set in after
Cameo pictures at Hall's Gallerr.
All kind of pictures at Hall's gal
Alwavs a fine assortment of cakes
anil pies at Lang's Bakery. : tf
For a good clean lunch so to Lang's
Shadow pictures at Halt's Gallery.
istf . ;
Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery.
For a sack of the best flower in
town, go toang's Bakery, . . ; , tf
-Another lot of splendid Stereoscop
ic Views just received at Courtney &
Courtney & Appleton are nuttine
in the finest stock of frames and mould
dings ever brought ttf town. ; i -
-All sizes and patterns of square
frames made to order at Courtney &
Appleton s. . -
We furnish Enveloi with a Busi
ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as
the blank envelopes can be purchased
The purest and sweetest Cod-Liver
Oil is Hazard & Caswell's made on the
sea shore, from fresh, selected livers, by
Caswell, Hazard & Co., Now York. It
is absolutely pure and sweet, ratients
who have once taken it prefer it to all
others. Physicians have decided it su
perior to any or the otner ous in mar
It seems that In view of the end of
the franking privilege on the 1st of July
members ol Congress are emptying the
capital of Hie public documents stomal
there, anil liaviusr the same forwarded
to tliem lor ilistriDiilion neiore tnat
date. From fifty to sixty bags of doc
uments, addressed to memuers, are lor-
wnrded daily in di flerent directions.
A reivort has been received at
London that the Emperor of Ger
many was Hretl upon hy priest
while reviewing troops nt fcLretcrs
lmrg. The ball passed through liis
helmet, anil severely wounded an
adjutant. The report lias not yet
been mililisueil. but is considered
The new lwellinr house of Mr.W.
J. S. Osborn, at Ml Vernon, togeth
er with a larire portion of the con
tents, were consumed on Tuesiltiy
morning of last week. The build
ing cost $4,750 ami was insured for
Mrs. Baffin's Sew Rooms and Xew
Over McCormick's Jewelry store, op
the empire House you will And
new stock of Millinery Goods pur
chased at the lowest cash prices which
am determined to give my customers
tene tit 01 by selling at unprece-
Mas. H. Battis.
Look to your interest. If you want a
Suing Machine go to the Messrs. Hull's
room, nearly opposite the Post Of
fice, and get a good one, one that is easy
operate and easy to run. The cheap
eat and best machine in tbe world nev
out of order, and Is universally liked
wherever known, and one that will last
Economy is the Road to Wealth.
You can save money by buying yonr
Spring and Summer Clothing of Isaac
He sells retail at wholesale
small profits and quick sales, is
motto. It is money in your pocket
give tnem a trial oeiore nuylng else
where. Remember the place of the old
S. Clothing Store, two doors west of
court House. zmos
; ' Bewars of Merit.
fallowing strong certificate as to
curative virtues of Miss Sawyer's
we clip from the Patten Voice:
We are happv to liv before our
readers the following eure, effected by
use of Miss Sawver's Salve.
Mr. Silas Bryant of Sherman, tias
afflicted for years with what the
doctors pronounced a tcroHlout cancer.
consulted the most skillful physi
in vain, and was finally Induced
cry miss sawyer's salve and now af
ter using the fourth box. he is entirely
ana enjoys perfect health, tr
a . . . "
FawnlaM Papilla Vatawtat
Dark and Eight Brahmas,Buff,BIack,
nice and rartnoge cocmns, tlomlans,
Hamburgh8, Leghorns, Bantams and all
leading varieties. Eggs for hatching.
dozen. Fowls $6 per pair: S9 per
We warrant one half ormoieof
dozen sent out by us to hatch, and
they do not, we will send another
at one half the price. Eggs sent
O. D. if desired. Send stamp for il-
lustrateu circular. Address,
Dr. C Lewis,
38w4 Stark Co. Ohio.
all who are in need of paper, en
velopes, &c., plain or fancy, we would
that we have a good assortment
nanus, and are nttlng np tbe room
of the Post Office, where samples
our stock can be seen.- The best
of Cap, Legal Cap, Fools CapT
ueaas, Bin Heads, setter Heads-
aud Letter Paper, always on hands
Envelopes of all styles and colors. Our
and envelopes are or the best
quality, and will be sold at the very
figures. Persons wishing to have
cards printed on their envelopes,
letter heads- can have it done at lit
tle expense. Please remember that all
of Stationery can be had at
wholesale or retail.
Threshing Machines, Horse Powers,
Reaping and Mowing Machines, Sulky
Rakes, Plows, Road Scrapers,
Bells, or castings or almost any
can be bought at the shops of the
Millersburg Machine Company , at great
reduced prices. 25tf
May 14, 1873.
9 bbL Retail. - - . as 80
WHEAT. White bustt .... 1.TO
Bed. bush. . . 1.65
per bush (new) ... SSaTa
" - - ... s&
BARLEY. " .... : 1560
new, bush. .... 87
SEED, bush, . - 4 60
TIMOTHT SEED, - - . - ,SU
&Lft.B.U, - - - - I ou
BEANS, " - .- 1 15
POTATOES. ... . " -. . -. - SO
$ ton, - - - SO
BUTTEK. (in roll) eHb. - . . . SU
" - - - i 12
- - -
" ' - . 10
TALLOW, " - . 1
APPLES, lb., - . SH
PEACHES. lb- - . 8
PEACHES, " - - .11
lb. - . - - 8
FKAT11EKS. lb. .
y bbl. retail, - - - 1 60
fl lb. ... 43360
per cord, - - - a BV4 00
1th, 1S73. at the residence of tbe bride's
in Orrvllle, by Rev. A. K. Tuomas air.
BALL to Miss LlZZtfc! BKCKLKV. . .,
Mb, 1813, at the residence ol the bride's
by Rev. M. P. Fogelson, Mr. VALEN
TIN CLOSE to Miss BACUELA.HK.NPKK
SON. all of Holmes eonnty.
the 16th of April. ISO. at the residence ot
son, Mr. John S. McConnell, in Berlin,
county, O., SAUAH, wil'e of Samuel
MeConneil. deceased, aired tiT veajs. fi month
days. . .
the last day of March, 1871, she had a
of Paralysis, by which she lost tbe use
right side, from which she neaer raeov-j
gaoaustly sank awayt-Oa-Satarday
April 19th. her remains were tollow-,
tbe grave by soriownd friends, aad laid
ber companion, in Berlin cemetery, to
till tbe momingar tne reaancction. The
ilea proceeded to the Presbyterian
of which she a as a consistent member
years. -Faneral services by Rev. Mr.
from MatUiaw3S:H "Tlierstore be ye
ready; fo, ia such an hoar as ye thiak aot,
Sea of Maa cometh." Thos another atothep.
Israel has been called home. She died as
had lived, with perfect resignation to the
of God, and with the assurance, that tbe
to whom she had given herself np long
would not ftmaka ber' .in tbe hour when
drew near. Bleased are tbe dead which ,
tne Lord from henceforth: Yea,saith
spirit, that they may rest from their labors
their worts do follew them.t Her child
up and eall her blessed; and her name
long be held in sweet remembrance by
Church Ih which she lived and labored for
E. R. M.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pactflt R. R.
direct route for Joliet, Morris, Ottawa.
Peru, Henry, Macon. Peoria, Ueune
Moline, Hock Island, Davenport. Musca
Waslungton.lowacity ,niii.el, isewtoo,
Moiaes. Council Binds ami On ah a. with
change, where it joins with the L'nion Pa
cific Railway for Denver, Salt Lake City , Sac
ramento. San Francisco, and all poiuU-west
Pacific coast. Train leave daily, via:
Leavenworth Atchison Jkxpres,tex-
cept sunaays). jujv a. m.
Perccotuuiodaiion, (except Sunday,
and Leavenworth Express, (except
Saturdays). iww r.
corner Harrison and Sherman wtreeto.
attic &i Vet MadiHn afreet. Sherman
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Rall-
Company have now opened their south
western Division between Leavenworth, At
chison and Chicago, cvnnecting at Leaven-
WILD nansa rwinc ami niMUun rt.-
Railroads and at Atchison with Atrhi-on
Jt snta fr'e. Central Branch l'nion Pa-
and Atchison A .etirasaa itaiiroaos, ior
points in Kansas, Indian Territories, Colo
and New Mexico. The Company have
a full complement oi raiace luawinr
and Sleeoinff Care, which for external
and interior arrangements for the com
convenience and luxury ol" passengers are
nneiiiiauea iy any otner cars w mc aim, in ine
Through ticket lor fate at all princi
and way ticket onices.
Ilt un niuiibbi iicurrni i-iiri inininnTUi..
Smith, l.encral Passenger Agent, Chi
Want a cook.
Want a clerk.
Want a partner.
Want a situation.
Want a servant girl, , f
Want to tell a piano.
Want to sell a carriage.
Want to buy or sell a lurm.
Want a hoarding place,
Want to sell town property.
Want to sell groceries or drugs
Want to tell household furniture, '
Want to aell dry good or earner.
to And customer for anything,
ADVKRTISR IN TIIK REPUBLICAN
gain new customers.
Keep oiti cusiouiers ,
Advertising lilierally si way pays.
Advertising mane! success easy.
Advertising beget conadence,
Advertising 1kws energy.
Advertising shows pluck.
Advertising means hit.
Advertise or 'bust,"
Elixir de Loneue Vie
French Long-Lfved Illttcru, have been used
France for more than 1UU Year, aud are now
introduced luto this country. They are
composed oi V- getal extracts and are ih-sign -nt
lor the purification of the blood, thus pre'
ventma a well as rurlnc nearly all diseases
which the human aystein is liable. Asa
mi rider, aud as a itmmotor ol long llle
are belie vet I to i e nuemialed. Prict) GUct
bottle. We wish to introduce them tuto
seciiou, aud desire an euergetlu ageut, to
I literal terms will ue onereo- a. n .
IrKrr'ARD A L J Sole Audit,, No. 4i Cedar St.,
There is paia whfeataeCantaaT Liniment
will aot relieve, ao sveuias It will not subdue
and no lameness which it will not cure. This is
strong; language, but it is true. Where the part
not gone, its effects are marvelous. It has
produced more cures ol rhcumatism,neuralgia.
lock-jaw, palsy, sprains, swellings, caked-
breasts, senilis burns, salt rhuem, ear-ache,
tbe human frame, and of strains.
spavin, galls, 4c, upon animals in one year
than have all other pretended remedies since
world began. It is a counter-imtant, an
pain reliever. Cripples throw awsy
their cratches, the lame walk, poisonous bites
rendered harmless and the wounded are
healed without a scar. It is no humbug. The
ecipe it pabifefcod ammd eaeh bottle. It Is
selling as no article ever before sohLand it sells
because it does just what it pretends to do.
Those who now suffer from rheumatism, pain
swelling, deserve to suffer if they will not
Centaur Liniment.. More than 1000 certifi
cates of remarkable cures, including frozen
limbs, chronic rheumatism, gout, running tu-
mors, Ae, have been received. We will sen.
circular containing eertiHeates, the recipe.
gratis, to aay one requesting it. One bot
tle of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment is
worth one hundred dollars for spavined or
sweenied horses and mules, or for screw-woam
sheep. Slock owners this Liniment is
worth your jttaaliea. Ka family should be
without Centaur Liniment. J. B. Boat Co,
CastOria is more than a substitute fer Cas
torOil. It is theonlysafeartiele in existence
which is certain to assimilate the food, regu
the bowels, cure wind colic and produce
natural sleep. It contains neither minerals.
morphine or alcohol, and is pleasant to take.
Children need not cry and mothers mar rest.
FOR ALL who are will in tr to work. Anv
person, old or young of either sex, can make
$10 to B0 per week, at borne, day or even-
win e v kit. nmcaoie to eimer r it
con u try. and anv season of the year. Tbif
work, and out of money, to make an independ
m rar7 upffvi itiu i iui nic nuu c uut vi
rmng. o capital oeiur requirefi. t
pamphlet, "How lo Make a Livinfr," giving
instructions. Rent on receipt of 16 cent.
Auuress a. jiikiva .km jtorrtsmiua.
Westchester CoM isew 1 ork.
A eana Everywhere to sell our new and
Wanted. Send for illustrated circular to
McKee Manufacturing Co, 309 Broadway, K.Y
The Parlor Companion.
Every Lady want one.
Kverr Man ornrht to have one.
Sent on receiptor !0 cent. Address L. F.
DE H Cow, 1H3 Seventh Avenue, New York
Bonton Flirtation Signals-
on receiptor 35 rents. Cuniie Printing
anaruijiisniiijc uoue, w . eey street, a. i
Beckwith $20 Portable Family
Sowing Machine on 30 Days Trial;
Many advantages over all. Sat if faction guar
anteed or $ai refunded. Sent complete, with
directions. Beckwith sewing Machine
qui isroauway, rtew lora.
The New Elastic Truss.
An Important Invention. It retains the ruD-
at all times and under the hardest exer
or severest strain. Jt U worn wih com-
avd-irLeat on nigh-and day, effects a
permanent eure m a inrvKu. soiacnraB.
sent by mail when requested, circulars
when ordered by letter sent to the K I a tic
Truss Co.. So. 63 J Broadway. New York Citv.
fHoheey we Metal Spring Truss; too paiu-
taey sup on aoo smiuenuy. - saeowiy
rROPBIETOB OF THE
HfllersliiirE Furniture Eooins
THE subscriber I prepared to All orders of
all kinds in hi line with promptness and
lie keeps constantly on band . ...
ILL RINDS OF FURNITURE
- ; ....... k -..-?.:.(;,
ram the cheapest qaalitj- a tlx Jnett, a lit
tle et leaner tana the same article can be uro-
elsewhere. A splendid article of
constantly on hand.' :
9RXPAIKTNC Xeatlj none on short
Special attention given to the bnsiness of
. !;'' i ': V :-.
Metallic, Excelsior had Valant Coffins kent
constantly on $and. Collins manufactured to
Two gnwi lleares kept euustautly in
readiness to attead calls.
New Goods !
c jr rices, i
CALL AND EXAMINE.
CASHPAID FOR PRODUCE
Produce Taken in Ex
change or uoofls. .
May 1,1873. T.it
Groceries, Provisions, Toys,
WouM resnwtriillT announce tn hi rnstomers
ueuple feuerally, that lie ha removal
mnm i'urnirlv (Mwiiuutl lir W. F. Mian.
oneilooreast of 1,'hler A McDowell's wln-rr
always ue muna a enotre sura m
SUGAR, COFFES, TEA,
And everything in that line.
FINE & STICK CANDIES.
Cigars and Tobacco, Frnit Extracts, a I.arjre
ol Pine Tabic Glassware, latinos, laniD
Chimneys, Bnroer and Wicks Violins, guit
ars and Strinas, Toys of every variety. Wax
Uhina lions vasesiiorses, ajrmis -Notions
or eerv varietv tiloves. Jewelry,
rVrfumes l-adies Bakets, KnTctooe-, Iaier
l'ens alo choice o'anlen aeel.
Cash or trade for Butter
Itf.-M (iKOltCE VOCKI.
The Great Lightning Ink Eraser.
Vnr in.t.ntlc remuviiiir ink from itaiier, rot-
linen, witlmnt injuria or Milling
Inline. It doe aw.tr Willi all srratchiUK
where mistakes ar. mad, and remove IiImI
i.,.t.ni.n...Klt it .b,iiltl lie on tlMt dekol
every lawyer, book keeper and teacher, aal a
not ouly removes Ink miu but fruit tam
Iron fn-it. everv lalllilv IM'ed 11. It lull
hauiloimelv und mI.I at SOcenls per case
Airculs wauteil lo llltiwlnce il everywhere.
K li HU H IIINSON, Malioarr,
STTml 41 Mmdcli Laue. .New i ork
IF YOU WANT
Look Through One of the
Most Extensive Stocks
In trio United States,
On On MatfaM!
Vfi lone stain to climb, as we hare Two
Steam Klevalors. one for carrying .nr custom
ers and one for handling Parniture. So it is ao
Irouhle to lout at goad-, on uie upper awe.
HART & MALONE,
103, IOS & 107 Water St.,
Factory 30, 32 4 34 St. Clair St,
' - ' ly
W- Jacobs I
Has jint reeeiTed a large stock j
AMERICAN & SWISS
Tn GOLD and SILVER CASES.
Zl Gold and Silver Charms ia abna-
X dance. A large assortment
Sm ot Studs, Buttons, flae
Jr Uold Bracelets, flue
v Uold Jewelry
4 AC. V
Charms. Silver Thimbles, Gold X
u - J. eiia, 0ICt,UKlt:a maja.i arana
riated Ware, Ac. We
continue loseu cigin
i V and waltnam
J' Watches at fac-
Jr tory list
Call and See our stock of Goon's,
! 1..,.... .....h.jin.l.B.lluH
35 to 100 per cent, saved
, by so doing. We du
as we wish to be
doaeby. All -'
R.epaiingf I , ,
Watches, Chronometers, Clocks V
Jewelry, jkc Eepaired on short "JS
fLook for the Bis; Watch
and bpactacle Sign.
atSJp Jtt:5asp5(aaa',r7ar,t(p trllf
The BEST STOVES in the
Call and See Them, at
Best Hook in the Market-Ilest Term Ev
Offered Attention Aa-ent Jenti lort ir
riilnrM of tnr New Work, lujee U' Mr
otl Times of
most Popular Biography Extaat The
Alol wrapnto romteai Misiory .aaiior.
Fulness. Truths Impartiality A Book lor
the I'eople A Book llir the Ijthorina Man
Kook lor SUtesiuen,.seholars aal Thinkers
A Book for Every America. Eamtlv.
No hinrranhiral work of such interest to the
whole iieople ha. Iiefore apiearetl in A meriran
n. It i. m full .MHnulrta kMMtlSTMtnil
the life ol' the most labortons antl influential
our country's relonneis. the nrat J.arnalil
the age, anil the busiest man wnoerer iiveti.
xnere areaisaaxtenueu nuucmwi
Whether ia Joornalisai or general politics, to
the whole i a rather rulljust anil uilliful
rcareaenutioa ot merioaa politics for a pe-
ol lortv yearv.
Here yon will team wi '-
nartie.: oftue trlumpn sod neieal l ponrro.
the lives ami characters or
Many Eminent Men.
riil. work Is. ia short, the rreat btorraphieo
t.i...b.i ..irk of the times, it Is the areat
literarv success of the times. Kvery Intelllirent
ami wuinan will have it. unlets are si
reatlr C4Mninr In in ncn way as lo uow iney
Imiim lieirtn to UOur.
Mecharioally H is tlM aamtsoaaast bank nub.
lfcaeil.bein proru.ely ami elegantly iiluatrat.
with alioiK . engravings, inciuuiag wr-
Mit.. aliMi a steel enararinv of Mr. (ireetcy.
viiia i tne most ntcniinr ana natural oi aui
making a voiiuae oi over an
royal octavo pages.
To whom the best tens are attend. A rents
meettn with uauaralleWNt uoee. lose.
cure imiuoliate territory send fl Ift for the
hanilaomest frosuei'tus agrats.ver nail, or st
all lor sample copy, library tyle,aml pru.Mct-
eillier in .III,,, .ptm-u, inrpaiii,
lilmis UNION IT Rl.lsill ; Hi..
:tu Wabash Avenue. I'hicago.
West Fourth St, Cincinnati. ., or New
V.... l it.. wkiukavM, ,11. w 1 im.rest lOVOIir
pi ace ot res l.lciie. 'B .. .J&l3o Ji
nS?' : -V
J " K
RICHNESS OF TONE!
SURPASSED BY NONE.
"ESTEY is becoming
Large Numbers are Being
Sold in this and ad
The People are Finding Out
Its True Merits and
Worth, and Will
have no Other.
SAMPLE HfSTBDMENTS !
CAX BS SEES BY CALLING AT TBS
POST OFFICE BUTLDIHCt,
T. B. CUNNINGHAM, '.
LOCAL ACE NT.
MISS SAWYER'S SALVE.
TTERS yem have a aalv eocnbiniiaf aoothtnc -atid
XX beaJlnf; propmtea, with bo dangcroas ingreoV
lent. A remedv at haod for the many paiD aod
cbea, wounds and braises to which flesh ia heir. v
ore eaauT appnea man many ouxsr ranrain,
r prodorina; a bad effect, but always neiteviac
fjwn, however severe.
Xl m preparea oy jhjsv oaaryvr. wno iwm uslu
her owa fxteasivs treatment of tbe sick, tor
mrty twenty years, with great anccesa.
loe principal annmr tor wnrcn tarn mm
ntwended are. CMUUoimA, afi i. JHUt),
ScrmftUa, OU UJcr Salt KAeum Sprain, Bttrw,
finer San FlonM. PimpU, Erymziay 8yr
Eg Barber Itch, Deafnesi, Soil, giay-pc rma,
Cwm, Blttm ofJnmcU, Concert, TootAac&e, Mar
orAe, Son 2fipple Baldme, Stroller Bremsts,
Ac, Scald JJeod, TeetMtjt Chopped Iomdt,
Scalds CtttM, Bruim Cnniy, Crmcked Lip, aa4
it never latis to core KnevAataam n proper ry
sppHed. Rnb it on wrU with the lsand three ttniaa
Tdsy. In aeveral oaaeo it hao eoreo pajaied Ifaaba.
Por Filet it has been discovered to be a mrareoa
Fersooa that nave been aimcted lor yeara
bare been relieved by a tew appaVmtiooa. Woe Xry
Stpelmt It works wondera, allaying tbe inflammation
sod quietior the patient. For Chapped Hand N
arodnces a core immediately. Let too with 9a2f
Rkmm obtain this Salve, and apply it freely, and
will nod tt lavaluaOle. il M koo m eases
Scrofula and Tumor. Cmneer have been eared
mtn It, l ne dok tsaire over anvetwa low osnks
and Sore Iripvle. No way tnranooa. out
rare lo afford relief. Sort or Went Eye Kabrt
jo the lids gentry, once or twice a day. Cares deaf
Mi bv pottia: ta the ears on n piece of cotton.
Par Felons this ia superior to anything know,
for Pimpltm this acta like a charm. For Jhrrn
and Scald, apply the salve at onco and it give
unmediat reUeL For Old Sore apply
ot among the lea of the invaluable propentts
of Mow liAWYEn'i. Balvk are its beortirla. effect -oa
the hair. Robbed on the aeatn. la Ave or six
different parte, it promotes the growth of the hair,
prevents U turning gray, and on bald spots pro
duces a new growth of hair. No lady ahonld bo
without this invaluable article aa ah ialsptnsabto .
cosmetic for the toilet. It eradicates dandruff and
dm sec from the head, and blotches and pimple
from the face.
from Mr. ELIZABETH COOMBS, BrummHet.
Branswfek, April 4, ltfT.
Mraa 8awtu: I raceaved yonr leuer aaat evea
faig. and was very glad yon cotwfoded to tat bm
take yonr 8aKo. I think I can do weU with it, aad
H will be quite an accotninodatioa to my hwaband,
mm cannot gat along wtthomt iU He has arfed
everything eiae and baa never found anything that
healed his leg aa that Salve of your, and wa haen
both found It to bo oil. and eten more, than yom
lanfiiiiiff iffr 1- We have had it ia the famtry
Ave or six yeara. and haw used it for everything.
a tmlg top we mart newer jonmm tw iaess.
I M.it for a weak bark, and It acta I
Mr. OossalM kaa had a itwar Snee tmktoltfjvr
tWrfyynrn,andwoaMea enppi. avdaw. tW
kad MC a rmmly In ytmr tlw- llkeep.
k healed, and takes out the tntlatamatloa. neoo
leak and .wening. and does tor htm all llua beeaa
HIE. I can reeonunend M for a aood many Unas
that von have not, for I oh H for every tame- I
cooaidM' St lavaluaM. ia a nuaily.
Yours, c, KUZ ABETH COOMBS.
to tb ArnirnoL
If tost DrarffiM 1. rmt at the atilteta
to keep supplied, send auty ceou a. dlnrwd W
low, and mam a boa ay leftara asl.
Pat m kl targe IW. at 80 vnt eaclj
(neariy three time i nr.
Pn-Dued bv MISS O. UAWYa
y uifci I DA n i an. wia
put up by 1j. m.
etaUl Drufntfat, RocklanU, Ma.
A TrW Box sent rt by mall oa resupiaf any
Mia. by L. M. KOB8IS8. Kooklaaa,
THIS VALUABLE SALVE 18 BOLD tk"
A1X SSALbMid U MbUlCtNd.
TDK fiae Trotting Stallion will maa ta
season of lxa at the sbbles ol Joshua rV-
eT-ept Satn rlav. when a will baattbasu-
blesol josapa iiuwr,
Those wanting to Improve their stock and
raise uae nteppiug horses will do well by giv
ing him a call as he 1 oae ot tn insist norsea
in the Mate. Ilava several colts from 1 to I
year, old which will be sswa If desired.
r i . ol. .
BT.im limn . 1 1 ....... . . .
. MCDfiK A SONS.
$50,000 REWARD! .
Will be distribute.! to .ubscrlhevs totlseAmeir-
Varlnr from eenU in value to inrcnw
barley AaKanjr the premium are of 3U in
ror4rKaiusA'S W12 Marhinea; Mth
Parh-.V! Mneriran Watrhe f0 earn besides
.... thmiwanih of smaller iremium. Oal
$1.00 (tervear, sent on trial three moutha toe
tftreut. ntllatrvueciuen lot APKoN iX,