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Holmes County Republican
lfiLLEEsnuBG,On : : : Mai 22, 1S7?,
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Change in Mail Time.
On and after Friday, November, IsL,
the mail going North will clow at 10 :45
a. m. All letters for that mail most be
in by that time. Hail going South will
close at 3 p. m.
T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
The credit system in the newspaper
business scatters small sums or money,
aggregating a large amount to each
publisher, over a vast extent of country,
rendering collection from tardy debtors
next to impossible and is therefore pro
ductive of great loss to publishers.
Paper, ink, labor and all other sources
of expenditures in newspaper , offices
Better papers can be published when
paid lor in advance than when the pro
prietors are pressed for money to meet
tbe daily demands made upon them.
There is little doubt that a law of
Congress will, in a few months, require
postage to be paid on all papers sent
through the mails, and that it must be
paid in advance bv tbe publishers.
In view of tbe foregoing, and other
considerations which it is not deemed
necessary to enumerate, the under
signed, publishers of the Holmes Coun
ty Repi-blicax and Holmes County Far
mer, agree to adopt the pay-in-adrance
system, to send no papers from their
respective offices from and alter tbe
. FIRST DAT OF JULT NEXT,
unless tbe same be paid for in advance.
ADVANCE PAYMENT. WHITE & CUNNINGHAM,
HOLMES COCKTT REPUBLIC,
ESTILL & NEWTON,
Publishers of Holmes County Farmer.
Rev. Prof. C. L. Loos, of Bethany
College, will preach in the Disciple
Church on Saturday evening, Sunday
morning and evening.
In the Roll of Honor published last
week, the which belonged to E. A.
Uul was given to Alfred Uhl. -Ed. A
Uhl is the one entitled to the honor.
I have bought the right of "Dittenba-
fer's. Diagrams" for Holmes county,
Anybody infringing npon said right will
be dealt with according to law.
40-w 2 Mas. Jakes Fabbah.
Farmers, Stop and Examine Our Stock.
Every farmer in Holmes county is
cordially invited to call at the new firm
of Cameron & Beccher and examine
their stock of Agricultural Implements,
and Machine store, opposite Empire
Meeting of Oflieers.
There will be a meeting of the oflieers
of the Holmes County Agricultural So
ciety at Tergin's Drug Store, Saturday,
May 2ith. Business of importance to
be transacted. All members are re
quested to be present.
wl W. R. YnsGrx, ""Sec'y .
New Law Firm.
E. J. Duer and D. F. Ewing have en
tered into partnership in the practice of
law, under the firm name of Duci A
Ewing. AH business entrusted to them
will be promptly and diligently atten
ded to. Office, in second story of Far
mer Building. ,
On Saturday, 10th inst, certificates
were granted as follows :
11 - "
J. A. Wilson,
Albert Fisher, .;
Sarah Se veins,
Wm. G. Gonser, ,
New York and Western Theatre.
This troupe, of which we made men
tion last week, continued playing in
the Hall until Friday evening.. They
had good Moses nearly every evening,
and carried off quite a lot of the sur
plus money of our town. As perform
ers, the principal actors and actresses,
rank very fair. Vincent is a real com
edian and Mrs. Louie Lord is good in
tragedy. She represents her characters
very well. The others are quite passi
ble. They expect to return again In
September during the Fair. , t ..-
Our New Railroad.
Now that the Boesil Railroad Law
has been decided unconstitutional
what can be done towards building the
L. E. W. & M. "V. R. R. ? The amounts
voted along tbe line of course cannot be
used. It now behooves the people to
raise money some other way. We
think there is no better way than by
taking stock. That the road would be
of great value to our county, there is
not the shadow (if a doubt. We know
not what the managers of tlte road in
tend doing but we understand they in
tend pushing the affair in some way.
Let ns have tlie road by all means.
A Novelty in Gardening.
A hanging garden of sponge is one of
the latest novelties in gardening. Take
a white sponge of large size, and sow it
full of rice, oats or wheat. Then place
it for a week or ten days, in shallow
dish: as tbe sponge will absorb the
moisture, the seeds will begin to sprout
before many days. When this has fair
ly taken place, me sponge may ue bb-ij
pended by means of cords from AjjaOlH J.
iu the top of the window wbcrothe sun
will enter. It will thus lieronie a mass
of green, and can be kept wet by mere
ly immersing it in a bowl or water.
Attachment to Newspapers.
Tbe strong attainment of subscrib
ers for well conducted newspapers is
fully confirmed by publishers. "Stop
my paper, words of dread to beginners
in business lose ther terrors after a pa
per has been established for a term of
years. So long as a paper pursues a
just, honorable aid judicious course,
meeting the wants of its customers in
all respects, the ties of friendship be
tween the subscrbcrs and the paper are
as hard to brei; by an outside third
party as the linki which bind old fi lends
iu business or social life. Occasional
v .defects and erurs in a newspaper are
over-looked bythose who have become
attached to it through its perusal for
years. They smetiines become dissat
isfied with it a account of something
which had slijped into Its columns, and
may stop takiig it; but the absence of
-the familiar sicet at ineir nonies or oi-
ilces for a fef weeks becomes an insup
gxirtable priation, and they hasten to
mite it azait and may be apologize for
having stoped it. This we believe to
be the coirnon experience in the his
tory of al' of established newspapers.
So friendhip on earth is more con
stant thairthat contracted by the read
er lor a jtirnal which makes an honest
and earnst effort to merit bis continued
RiiDnort. Hence, the newspaper which
is eonscrntiously conducted becomes a
favoritfin the family.
Ripley Township- S. Interests.
An account was given some weeks
ago, in your columns, of a meeting
held at Bigelow (H. E.) Church, on
April 4th, iu the interests of the S. S.
cause in Ripley Township.
At that meeting it was resolved to
hold regular "Monthly Teachers' Meet
ings" iu tbe Township during the sum
According, a meeting was appointed
for the last Saturday afternoon of April,
Ripley, (Disciple) church.
MEETING AT RIPLEY.
At half-past two o'clock tbe meeting
was called to order by R. A.Torbet,
Vice President of tbe Township, who
was constituted President of the Teach'
era' Meeting. After a half hour of
Praise and Prayer the topic "What do
S. Teachers meed i" was opened by
R. A. Garrett, and discussed by others
The lesson (Uniform Series) for the
Sabbath following (being Gen. 39:1-0
and 20-23, "the Lord with Joseph") was
then taught by E. B. Caldwell, tbe class
consisting of all present who had their
bibles with them. A few minutes were
spent in discussing the best methods of
bringing out the points of the lesson,
and adapting them to various grades of
The next topic "How to prepare the
Lesson," was opened by R. A. Torbet,
who was followed by a nnmberof others
Following this was the "Question
Box." Quite a number of practical
questions were proposed and answered.
Tbe meeting adjourned,, to meet at
Hopewell, (Pres.) church, on the last
Saturday of May, (31st,) at half -past
one p. M.
The Committee have prepared the fol
lowing programme for the meeting at
1. Topic "What does the Super! n
tendent need ?"
2. Essay "My Place in the S. S."
3. Question "How do you propose to
teach to-morrow's lesson. (Geu.46: 1-4
and 29-32) to your class?"
To be answered by an Adult Class
2. By an Intermediate Class Teacher;
3. By a Primary Class Teacher.
Followed by discussion as to the best
method of teaching each of tliese
4. Essay "The S. S. Teacher;
5. Question Box ;
6. Essay "Missions;
7. Topic "Whoought to attend these
monthly meetings ?"
All friends of the S. S. Cause In Rip
ley Tp., (and out of it) are invited to
meeting at Hopewell, May 31st, at
half-past one p. M.
By order of Committee on Pro
E. B. Caldwell, J. W. Hughes and A,
"OUT WEST." The Westward Exodus--Its Maln
BY PROF. J. D. BUTLER.
LINCOLN, Nebraska, 1873.
Tbe West draws new settlers Into its
capacious bosom by its fertility, its free
homesteads, and its infinite demand for
labor, whether skilled or unskilled. It
also drives them to take shelter under
wings by competition.
new England once raised her own
bread stuffs, but she has long ceased so
do. The produce of richer and cheap
lands competed with her farmers, till
proved more uian a match lor tnelr
skill and energy, Many of them then
turned to manufacturers, but a still
number were hence driven west.
They made their own some of thacheap
acres tbere, and enlisted in tbe ranks
the agricultural army which had
Thus tbe n est Is constantly acting on
Hast with an increasing weight, and
that of a larger and longer lever. Here
one secret of its rapid growth.
It is forty years since the first white
families entered Iowa. But no more
than one-third of its present population
born within its limits ; two-tnirus
have co uie in. -
Of its twelve hundred thousand to
day, about one-halt were born in some
more Eastern state, f oreign countries
being further than the Atlantic slope,
from Uie West have hitherto felt its in
fluence less but even they were long
since driven as well as drawn to send
their sons thither. Tbe influence ex
erted upon them has been of the same
nature with that which has brought
Westward so many from our own East.
Hence one-sixth of tbo population ol
Iowa hag come into it from beyond the
Not one-sixth of the population of
Nebraska were born witbin its limits.
than twenty-five thousand home
steaders and pre-eniptora have filed
claims in the land-oltice at Lincoln, a
capital not yet six years old ; and with
the last three years about three thou
sand settlers have bought farms on the
land-grant to tbe Burlington and Mis
souri River Railroad on ten years' cred
and six percent, interest, and, on con
tracts made since 1372, no instalment
the principal due till the beginning
the fifth year aud then ouly one-
The Westward tidal wave was never
strong as to-day but it will be
stronger to-morrow. The stronger it
grows the more strength it has to grow
stronger. Nor can it fail to wax still
mora mighty till so many of the Eu
ropean millions have migrated that den
sity of population and the rate of wages
nave become well-nigh equalized
both sides of tbe Atlantic.
An Appraising Assembly.
The appraisement of Uie Cleveland,
ML Vernon and Delaware Railroad and
branches was the business before the
auditors of the counties upon its line in
their session at tbe court House in mis
city to-day. Auditors are present from
the-xniowing counties: stark, t-u. a.
,ee; Wayne, u. w. llensnaw; Holmes,
11. .Newton; Knox, J. M. f.walt;
Summit, Edward Buckingham; Capt
Buckingham, of Akron, was elected
President of the Board and Major Lee
Canton, Secretary. The value of tbe
main line was kept the same as at last
year's appraisements being made on ac
count of the increase in the rolling
stock and the additions to the buildings
tlie road. Akron jseacon.
In the Coal Business.
The Messrs. John R. & James Q.
Eakin both formerly residing in Bea
ver and vicinity have connected them
selves with the "Enon Valley Coal
Company" at Enon, and are now busily
engaged with their partners, in ship
ping coal irooi that point, ine com
pany is a strong one, and their coal is
said to be of excellent quality. The
Messrs. Eakin are discreet, active busi
ness men, aud that they will contribute
materially toward "pushing things, ' we
have no doubt. Heaver Argus.
A rather unusual incident occurred
at Crestline on Thursday. A lady was
taken ill on train before it reached
Uie station and a request was made of
Conductor Gray that he hold over the
train for a short time, which, with his
usual good nature, he consented to do,
the result of the delay was that the la
dy gave birth to twins and was able to
go on with the train, looking as well as
uoiim ue expected. Shield amt JSanner,
Two young men," boys we may say.
in town, were arrested the other day,
charged with an assault to commit rob
bery. They were bound over, giving a
bail of $100 each.
IN TOWN AND OUT.
Rapid transit Suicide.
Hall the people's Photographer, tf
We arc to have a short, hot sum
Look out for something Important
irom oourtney x Appleton next week.
Apples are not much injured as
Don't throw loose papers on the
Gov. Haves has made his home at
Lamp chimneys boiled in hot water
will not break.
State Editorial Convention in Co
The potato bug will soon make his
Get your party and wedding cakes
at l jing 8 uaaery. u
Fine Candies, the best that is made
at u. uampbeiiTs. tf
The work on the Presbyterian
cnurcn is progressing rapidly.
Soda Water on draft everv davat
u. uampoeirs. . tt
The colored men of Cleveland are
organizing a military company.
As a jewel in a hog's snou t, so is a
fair woman without discretion.
The less of individual selfishness
the more of collective happiness.
" iut me in my lava bed." we sun-
pose is toe way captain Jack sings it.
If you haven't anything else to do
just now you might try digging garden,
Mansfield claims to have a flourish
ing faro bank. Mansfield always was
Doncaster, England, claims to have
experienced a sharp shock of earth
If the best man's faults were writ
ten on his forehead he would draw bis
bat over his eyes.
" Where there's a will there's a wax."
as the young man said when lie eloped
witn nis lair legatee.
Why don't our loafers eo out and
fight the Modocs? We are willinz to
Naomi was five hundred and etebtv
years old when she married. There's
hope for some of our ladies still.
Of all things in the world that are
"better late than never," going to bed
certainly ranks nrsc
Between four or five hundred dol
lars were spent during last week bvour
ciuzeus tor amusement. -
There is a man (loin? business In
Canton who calls himself an estinal
taxidermist. He stufu sausazes.
yuiie a nveiy rree-nlteh-In" oc
curred at a Singing School last Satur
day night, a few miles south of town.
It Is the Thirtieth, and not the Thir
teenth Ohio regiment which is to re
unite at Lrichsville on the 22d of May.
A good qnalitv of Potters clav has
uceu iuuiiu on uie iarm oi John w,
Hughes, in Ripley township this county.
.muge Estill must have tried to
swanow a curry-comb, as a Dieceof
wire was extracted nam ills jaw a short
The past week has been character
istic .of that most pleasant and agreeable
ieatures or bouse keeping, verily, clean
Tbe Mansfield Herald sava that the
building for the bank projected by M.
Harter and others, is to be the hand
somest structure in that city.
When you are laughing at the an
tics of a drunken man, stop a moment
think how miserable his familv feel
over tbe cause of your mirth.
Flowers for decoratinz the soldiers?
graves will by very difficult to obtain
this year. The season has been too back
ward to mature them.
Meadrille has a ladv dentist and it
surprising how suddenly the youhg
meu have discovered that their teeth
in a very neglected condition.
There is a vounz ladv in town who
always give preference of old age. She
never goes to the wash tub when her
mother is present.
The first white child born in this
State is supposed to have been born in
liw, oi a captive Virginia woman, on
the banks of the Muskingum.
On Saturday the dust was very dis
agreeable. It is seldom that the gronnd
dries np so quick this time of year as it
uas uone during tne past week or two.
We are glad to see the snrinklinz
wagon on the streets again. Mr. Wm.
Welch will attend to that business this
In Turkey, when a man goes to put
a clean shirt, and finds a button off,
can give his wife ten blows with an
oxgad,' and not incur arrest.
A man has riseed ud a very inge
nious combination of pulleys and
ropes for drawing up his wife's back
A young man. at a party, tlie other
night, being asked it he could play the
piano, wanted to know if it was any
thing like seven-up.
The man wli o wrote "l am lonely
since my mother died," isn't quite so
lonely now. 1 be old man married azain
and his step-mother makes it lively
enough for him.
We are willing to grab any "back
pay" that may be due us for subscrip
tion, advertising or job work. And
we'll promise to "put it where it will do
the most good."
Let our friends, not only in the
country, but also in the towns, look out
lor the straggling beggars; many of
theni use it as a mask to carry on their
legitimate business of stealing.
John Best, an employee in the Ak?
ron paper mill, was caught iu the ma
chinery and had one arm torn out of its
socket, on Saturday last, causing his
The Grant Division of the Sons of
Temperance, which held its semi-annu
session in Lima, last week, aihourneu
meet In Akron on the 29th of Octo
ber next. .
A steamboat war is at its hefirht at
Sandusky just now. A new boat ad
vertises to carry passengers free, and
freight at one half last year's rates, to
f. H. Odelli Esn.. offers his naner
uie jiaiioiiing r inaicaior ror sale, iris
reason for so doing is that he wishes to
engage in some other business. He says
cuii ue nau at a bargain.
All economical parents will do well
to put new hinges on their front gates
and double line their daughters' dress
sleeves pretty soon.
A great many neonle spent half a
dollar to see a theatrical performance,
who could not possibly spend a quarter
to hear a lecture that would benefit
them ten times as much.
A beautiful Indiana school irirl.
thirteen years old, and six feet one inch
mgn, is causing a general rapture
among the suspenders of the short boys
woo try to kiss ner.
A ycninz lover who sanz and nlav-
ed before bis young lady's bouse for two
mortal nours Tuesday night, was elec
trified after a short pause, by a cordial
"Thank you," gracefully pronounced by
tne -oilier teller, wno appeared at tlie
The way to build np a town is to
support every present and prospective
enterprise; sjieak well of the churches,
schools and citizens; tell everybody tlie
hotels are good ; patronize your home
merchants and tradesmen, and don't go
abroad to buy anything that you can
get at home.
For loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia,
inuigestion, uepressinii ot nplrits and
General Debility, iu their various forms.
l" erro-rnosporaUMi iMmr or calisava
made by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New
Xork, and sold by all druggists, is the
best toulo. As a stimulant tonic for
patients recovering from fever or other
sickness, it lias no equal. If taken oil
ring the season it prevenls fever and
ague and other intermittent lever.
Fine Stereoscopic Views at Court
ney & Appleton's.
Best brands of Cigars at D. Camp-
Cameo pictures at Hall's Gallery.
All kind of pictures at Hall's gal
Always a fine assortment of cakes
and pies at Lang s liakery. u
For a good clean lunch go to Lang's
iiakery. - ti
Shadow pictures at Hall's Gallery.
Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery.
For a sack of the best flower in
town, go to Lang's Bakery. tf
Now that fishinz is in season, it is
proper time to state that a law of
this State requires Mill owners who
have the streams dammed to put chutes
for the fish to come over ; also an
other la w prohibits seining ; both sen
sible laws, and snouiu be eniorceu.
If yon don't want to disgust every
body with vour offensive breath, cure
your Catarrh upon wmcn it depends.
$500 reward is offered by the proprietor
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy for a case
catarrh which he cannot cure. It is
sold by Druggists. 611.
Another lot of splendid Stereoscop
Views just received at Courtney &
Courtney & Appleton are putting
the finest stock of frames and mould-
dihgs ever brought to town.
All sizes and patterns of square
frames made to order at Courtney s.
We furnish Envelops- with a Busi
ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as
blank envelopes can be purchased
elsewhere. - -'
The purest and sweetest Cod-Liver
is Hazard & Caswell's made on the
shore, from fresh, selected livers, by
Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York. It
absolutely pure and sweet. Patient
wno bave once taken it prcicr it to an
others. Physicians have decided it su
perior to any of the other oils in mar
. . 3UW4
A Voice from Sweden.
American Chemists and their Produc
appreciated by the Professors at
celebrated Universities in Sweden. Mr.
Sachs, Sir, At your request, I have
tested Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair
Renewer, in my practice at the "Sera
fimer Hospital," and can say, it will re
store gray hair to its original color. It
entirely harmless, and Is a valuable
remedy to use in such cases.
P. H. HALMSTRN,
Professor of Chemistry and Medicine.
Stockholm, July 6, 1868.
Where Shall we Buy our Books.
The name of Ingham, Clarke & Co.,
Cleveland, so widely known that it
become almost a "household word"
our readers and our Sunday Schools
appears in our advertising columns to
Their main salesroom at 217 Su
perior St- 170 feet in length, is a real
emporium of books, and is the general
resort or reading people, while their
wholesale department is well supplied
school books, stationery, albums,
for tlie jobbing trade. This firm
supply books in every branch ot litera
Law, Medicine, Science and Re
ligion. They also supply public and
private libraries with all books new or
American and roreign. With their
20,000 volumes of Sunday School books
are able to meet the wants of any
a. library or whatever denomina
Such a collection of books we ad
our readers to call and see when
go to the city, and in behalf ol
firm we extend a welcome to every
A WESTERN SUCCESS.
Year by year tlie interest of the peo
in uie insurance is perceptlabiy in
creasing, and with this increase is coup
a growing desirt on tne part ot in
surers to know more of tlie companies,
financial standing, what results
are accomplishing, and at what re
lative expense. The annual statements
tlie various companies which were
formerly regarded with almost perfect
indifference, except by insurance men,
now looked for with anxiety and
closely examined by a large and in
telligent portion of the community. As
consequance,tue companies are ODser
ving more care in making np their an
nual reports, and endeavor to make a
plain, concise, intelligible expose of
One of the mostclearest,plalnest,most
complete, and exhaustive statements
has laUen , under our notice is that
published by tbe North-Western Mutu
al Life Insurance Company of Milwau
kee, Wis. It is a handsomely printed
document, giving name and
location ot the company, list or tbe 3b
trustees, oflieers, and Executive Com
mittee : following is the annual state
ment, showing the income for the year
to be $3,695,00143, the disburse
ments amounting to $l,0GG,lS3,of which
sum of $1,406,101 16 was paid to
members in losses, dividends, flic. A de
tailed statement of the assets of the
Company follows, showing the total of
$12,434527 71, well and securely invest
ed for tbe benefit of the members. The
liabilities of the Company including the
reserve (acturies four per cent), amount
$10,969,341 79, showing a clean sur
plus over all libalities estimated on the
hizhest reserve known to American life
companies of $1,524,685 92. Estimating
reserve on tne .New lork legal
tandard of 4'i per cent, the surplus of
Company is. $233,513. 'These arc
gratifying figures to all. members
well-wishes of the Company, and.
a strength, and stability execded
no company. i - .
The statement further shows tbe
amount ol new business transacted dur-
the past year, the new policies issu
numbering 5772, covering a risk of
$13496,279, tlie premium on the same
being $ul4,27U lu. . The losses incurred
during the year reach the sura of $550,-
21. The total amount paid for -los
since the organization ot the Com
pany is $2,370,874 03. This sum has
paid directly to the beneficiaries
under the policies of the Company, and
many cases lias provided all that was
for the relief of the broken house
An Interesting statement -contained
tlie same report is one comparing tbe
death losses with the interest receipts
by year, showing how the receipts
interest nave gradually increased
$322 70 the first year, to the price
ly sum of $755,467 42 in 1S72, which
would alone pay the losses by death
during the year, and leave nearly $250,-
to add to the Company's assets.
anotner statement is appended ex
hibiting the financial growth of the
Company ; its assets in 2859 of $9,334 42
haviug swelled in 1872 to $12,431,527 71-
Tbe safe Investment, at high rates ol
interest, of the trust funds is another
important point as affectinz tlie
Company's future solvency and ability
pay promptly all demands that may
brought against it. In this regard,
of the best exhibits made by the
Company is that of its loans, showing
$2,300,891 13 loaned during the year at
per cent interest secured by first
mortgage on approved real estate, valu
ed at $8,259,337, the company thus hold
ing $3 58 security for every dollar placed
loans during the ,year. The total
amount lent at Western rates of interest
real estate security of $23,488,131 is
Attached to the statement aie Indorse
ments from leading journals of the
country, testifying to tlie high standing,
strength, and stability of the North
western; and fitting finale to the
whole, the Company presents iu aims
claims to patronage In a terse, dig
nified, business-like way, which cannot
to carry With it evidences of sinceri
ty, honesty and candor. Every one in
terested should procure a copy of this
statement, and see for himself the open,
transparent manner in which the busi
ness of the North-Western Is conducted.
unexampled progress of the Com
pany ,its prudent and conservative hiau
azement. Its favorable location for in-
vestments,and the healthy character of
risks, all combine to Induce the be
lief that its aspirations are not presum
ptuous, and that there Is no safer or
more prosperous life company to which
commit the future of one's depen
dents. 2iea York Tribune.
-Hall the people's I'hotographer. tf
Punch says that tbe next generation
will wear light clothes in summer; will
remove some of the public statutes and
edifices with their predecessors have
erected : will speak Frencn and German
and possibly know something of their
own language and literature; win have
other public places of amusement open
to tbem on Sunday besides public
houses; will be better cooks; will leave
the tables with tlie ladies; out we still
have the national debt, duns, dentists,
domestics, humbugs, quacxs, imposters,
absurd fashions, adulteration, swin
dlers, and the income tax-
Mrs. Battin's New Rooms and New
Over MeCormick's Jewelry store, op
posite the Empire House you will find
a new stock or Millinery uooas pur
chased at the lowest cash prices which
I am determined to give my customers
tbe benefit of by selling at oaprece-
dentedly low prices. ...
MRS. H. BATTIN.
Look to your interest. If you want a
Sewing Machine go to the Messrs. Hull's
new room, nearly opposite tne fost Of
fice, and get a good one,one that is easy
to operate and easy to ran. The cheav-
et and best machine in the world nev
er out of order, and is universally liked
wherever known, and one that will last
a lifetime. 4tr
Economy is the Road to Wealth.
You can save money by buying yaur
Spring and Summer Clothing of Isaac
Marx. He sells retail at wholesale
prices, small profits and quick sales, is
his motto. It is money in your pocket
to give them a trial before buying else
where. Remember the place of the old
U. S. Clothing Store, two doors west of
the court iieuse. - znms
Reward of Merit. '
The following strong certificate as to
the -curative virtue of Misa Sawyer's
Salve, we clip from the Patten Toiee.
We are happy to Hyr before oar
readers tbe following eure,efieoted by
the use of Miss Sawyer's Salve. .-
Mr. Silas Bryant of Sherman, has
been amictea ror years with, what the
doctors pronounced a tcroulomt cancer.
He consulted the. most skillful physi
cians in vain, and was finally induced
to try aiiss aawyer-s salve and now al
ter using the fourth box, he is entirely
cureu, anu enjoys peneet neartn. . tr
- Empire Poultry Yard.
Dark and Light Brahman. Buff .Black.
White and Partridge Cochins,Houdans,
Hamburghs, Leghorns, Bantams and all
leading varieties. Eggs for hatching,
$3 a dozen. Fowls $6 per pair : $9 per
trio. We warrant one half or more of
every dozen sent ont by us to hatch, and
it tbey do not, we win send another
dozen at one half tlie price. Eggs sent
c u. u. il uesired. send stamp for il
lustrated circular. AiMlress, a tt
3Sw4 , Stark Co. Ohio.
Stationery. ' o
To all who are in need of paper, cn-H
veiopes, fcc, plain or lanuy, we would
state, that we bave a good assortment
on hands, and- are fitting np the 1
back of the Post Office, where samples
of our stock can be sen. The best
brands of Cap, Legal Cap,' Fools Cap;
note iieaiis, mu iieaus, Abetter Heads'
Note aud Letter Paper, always on hands
Envelopes of all styles and colors.- .Our
paper and envelopes are of the best
quality, and will be sold at tlie very
lowest bgures. persons wishing to liava
their cards printed on. their envelopes,
or letter heads, can have it done at-lit-
tle expense. Please remember that all
kinds of Stationery can be "had 'at
wholesale or retail. . - ' ' - --
Threshin Machines, HorsePowcrs.
Reaping and Mowing Machines, Solky
Hay Rakes, Plows, Road Scrapers,
Farm Bells, or castings of almost any
kind can be bought at the shops of the
Millersburg Machine Company ,at great
ly reduced, prices. , . 25tf . .
Canned Fruit at
For May continues its serials by its crops
of good contributors.' The editors bave suc
ceeded with their own peas and those af their
contributors in making; a number that will
suit a wide diversity of tastes. New York,
Sheldon A Co.
For May has a rich table of contents made
up of the best articles of the best European
periodicals, suited to varied tastes andotren-
lve to none. ' Steel portrait oro. w. Holmes
embellishes tbe number. E. R Pelton, N. Y.
OLD AXD NEW
For May kas reached us. Ik filled to the
brim with valuable and intensstlng things.
There are sketches, stories, poens, and a num
ber of book, art, and musical notes that make
up one of tbe best numbers yet issued. Rob
erts Brothers, Boston.
Captain Jack is said to have a
credit of $800 in tbo Yicka bank.:
Bailey, the fuhny mat of the Dan
bury Newt is about to take a trip to
President Grant expects to visit
Governor Smyth, at Manchester, N.
H., in July, and to prolong his trip
to the Soldiers' Home, near Augus
Prince Bismarck is a great con
sumer of lager beer, introducing it
in his dwelling house in small kegs,
which are on tap at all lours of tbe
day and night, and on all occasions.
Bjick Pomeroy, it is said, sunk
not far from $250,000 in his effort
establish himself in New York,
We are surprised to learn that the
New York Democrat still lives.
Mrs. Sophronia Lucinda Patch
and her son Clarence Patch, have
petitioned the Superior Court of
Chicago to allow them to change
their family name to Lovelace.
Bishop Doane, of AAanv, sailed
for England on May 14, to examine
into the organization of English
cathedrals, and to prepare some
practical plan for a development of
similar system of this country.
Horace Greeley once remarked
that tbe genius of journalism con
sisted in knowing what not to print,
and that the silence of a paper was
aftentimes more helpful, to the
community tban anything it pub
The N. Y. Express says that in
twenty years $25,000,000 have been
sunk in futile efforts to establish
lailr newspapers, a hundred of
which have been bom and died
within that period. That would
give a million and a quarter for each
The gypsies arc becoming a nui
sance in parts of New England.' Tl e
Worcester Spy contains a procla
mation from the Mayor ordering
these people to break up their
camps in the suburbs of the city
and forbidding all persous to rent
grounds to tbem lor camping pur
THE STATE CONVENTION.
To-day, Wednesday, the Republi
can State Convention will be held in
Columbus Candidates are to be
chosen Governor, Lieut. Governor
Supreme Judge, for full term and
vacancy ,Trensurcr of State, Attor
ney Gencral,Comptroller, and mem
ber of Board of Public Works. The
total member of delegates in Con
vention will be five hundred and
thirty four. Governor Noycs will
undoubtedly be the nominated for
Governor. There are several names
spoken of as candidates for the
Lieutenant Governorship. Among
them, Briusmade of Cleveland and
.Hart of Portage County.
Millersburg Market. May 1853.
FLOFR, m. bbt, Ketail, .
WHEAT, White buih
WHEAT, Hed, ttbush,
COUX, per bush (new)
BYE, " - -BAELEY,"
new, V bush.
1 ( l - L- 1 CPVll I ... I.
. - 1.
- 1 51)
EUGS, ft doL,
BUTTER, (iu roll) lb.
- . UU
SHOULDERS, ft lb, -TALLOW,
UKIED APPLES, Ul,
DRIED PEACH KS. U lh
PARED PEACHES. " .
SALT, $ bbL retail, -
WOOD, per cord, - '
On the 10th or Mir. iffrt at th h.i.t.
ther ip Millersburg, by Robert Justice, Esq.,
i aad Miss EMMA L-
DIED. MaT 9th. 1ST JIVE .1.. r
j - .6.,.. nMiwAvsigmurein
aad 6 months.
Tftcanh au4 W...m.. 1- 1 . . .
Sua died of consumption. Her remains were
buried on tba 11th inst. Rev. G. A. Hughes,
pnaeautg tne tuneral sermon.
ArT?Jl' ,s8sKIlit. HL, ELIZA RUTH
ELLIOTT, wil'a of Robert Elliott.
Tlia subject at thi.i notice was converted and
Joined the United Brethren church when 13
yean of age. -After her marriage, 'she, with
husband. Joined the M. K, church. She
lived a eonsistant member aad died in peace.
ner tan words were "Sweet Jesus." "Angels
take me." She leaves a husband and five
children (one but twelve hours old) and large
circle of relatires and friend moara her
"That tne crown on her lbrebead is bright?
. u mwsi wiau ana laoors are aone.
That Bar SDirit reinirai j lihi
Who weep, that our loss is bar infinite gain
Where death may not enter, and sin can
Oh, leave her to rest with her God.
To Join in that music benign
. Which swells o'er his blessedabode.
Where everv sivht 1. riiviiwt
Where flowers immortal with lustre are
t"?';' course of all glory naceasingly
DIED. A FRIEND.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. R.
Tbe direct iwnae fnr .Tnl io. un m. .
Lasalle. Peru. Henrr. Mimn. Pmri
r'JT2"T" ""a uiana, uavenport, M ium-.h-tme.
Washington, low. i 'itv i:riiiui
Moines, Council Bluffs and Omaha, with
out change, where it Joins with the Union Pa-
nauway sor venyer, salt LakeCity, Sac
the Pacile coast. Trains leave daily, vis:
omaoa, Lavenworth a Atchison xpress,(ex
eept Sundays), - 10.00 A.M.
Aceouiiueaauon, except aundavs).
k nh p v
umana ana jeavenvrarta express, (except
Dennt corner ITiu-T-fukv nl fth, ......
Ticket onlce 33 West Madison street, Sherman
Tbe Chicago. Rock Island and Paeifle R-.il
Company have now opened their South-
ncneniuiroiM oeiween Leavenworth, At
chison and Chicago, evnaectina- at Tj vm.
worth with Kansas Pacine .n.l Ui,n.i.i i.
Railroads, and at Atahisnn wirh Ab.Ki.nn
Topeka Santa Fe, Central Branch Union Pa-
cinc, ana Atcnison neonuka Railroads, for
iu nan-.-, muiaii jemtories, (Jolo-
and New Mexico. The Cotaiianv have
Room and Sleeutne- Came, whb-h in. -.t.n.J
beauty and interior arrangements for tne com
fort, convenience and limiry of passengers are
unuBMini if j wit utner cnrsoi tne una in the
and way ticket Omoes.
Huoe Ribsle, General Superintendent.
M. Smith, General Passenger Agent. Chi
wuriu. xiirouira (tcaera tor sale at am nrinoi.
' Want a cook,
Want a clerk.
Want a nartner '
t Want a situation,. -Want
a servant gii-L
C!Want to sell a piano. '
want ED sell a Mm
. . - Want to buy or sell a farm,
- - Want ' a boarding place.
Want to sell town nmnartv
Want to sell groceries or drugs,
Want to seU household furniture,
want to sell ilrv
Want ta flad customers for anything.
ADVERTISE i , IN .- THE . REPUBLICAN.
Advertising will gain : tm eunrirM4
Advertising will keep 04 J customers;'. 1
auvbimsuik uucrmuy always pays,
Advertising makes success easy.
Advertising begets confidence, .
Advertising shows energy.
Advertising shows pluck,
, ' Advertising means bis.
Advertise or ' 'bust,"
x , Advertise
West's Improved Pumps.
The Best in the World.
Always the Premium Pomps; widely known
highly appreciated. A pump and a Are
engine in one. .Aati-lreesing, strong and dur
able, good for wells or cisterns, ami for raising
throwing water for all purposes. Also
West's square tube copper Lightning Rods
neatest, best aad cheapest. Circulars, with
and prioe list free. J D West A Co. 40
Cortlandt street, Mew Vork 31ml
the largest storeroom and the largest
of Boots and Shoes, at the Lowest
ever offered in Uolmes County. .;
sure to make sale every time. Go to him
for your Boots and Shoes. .. - -
his goods cheap from the manufactory,
sails them at a very-small advance for
Cash. : c i ii: . , - - i -
Cherryholmes ' ?
idling Boots and Shoes at Way Down
Prices tor tasn. ' - -
Cherryholmes - p -.--
anything you want in the way of Boots
having a great rush at lass CheairCasb
. - soot ana snoe store.
. . ,,! 'I"v ZT-i-
fails to make a sale of Boots and
8 hoes. Give him a call. .
Cherryholmes , ; -
Proposes ta. save au -SO osnts on Every
Dollar Ton invest in Boots and Shoes, at bis
Cash and One Price Store.
- . Cherryholmes
Boot and Shoe Store is the only place to
the Cheapest stock of Boots and Shoes
iu Uolmes County.
Sells Women's Congress Gaiters at $.
selling Women's Carpet Slippers at 40ctS
A Great Bargain.
selling Hand-Made Kip Boots at $3, BO.
The cheapest Good in the county.
selling a Splendid Calf Boot at $ 4.00.
sw pain Mens' Plow Shoes- Great
offering Great Rargains in Misses and Chil
dren's Shoes. Great Bargains.
selling Button Shoes and Gaiters at Reduc
at No. t. National Bank Buikllng. Great
Uai-gaius iu Uuots,. shoes aud Leather.
Tbere is no pain which the Centaur Liniment
will not relieve, no swelling it will not subdue
aad no lameness which it will not cure. This is
strong language, but it is true. Where the part
it not gone, its effects are marvelous. It bas
produced more cures ot rheum.it ism, nenralri a.
lock-jaw, palsy, sprains, swellings, caked.
breasts, scalds, burns, salt rhncm, car-acne,
&, upon the human framo, and of strains
spavin, galls, c, npon animals in one year
than nave all other pretended remedies since
the world began. It is a conntcr-imtant, an
all-healing pain reliever. Cripples throw away
their crutches, the lame walk, poisonous bites
are rendered harmless and the wounded are
healed without a scar. Itisnohnmbug. The
ecipe is pnblisbod around each bottle. It is
selling as no articleever before sold,and it sells
because it does just what it pretends to do.
Those who now suffer from rheumatism, pain
or swelling, deserve to suffer if they will not
nse Centaur Liniment. More than 1000 certifi
cates of remarkable eures, including frozen
limbs, chronic rhenmatism, gout, running in
mors, Jtc have been received. We will send
a circular containing certificates, the recipe.
ftc gratis, to any one requesting it. One bot
tle of tbe yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment is
worth one hundred dollars for spavined or
sweenled horses and mules, or for screw-wonm
in sheep. Stock owners this Liniment is
worth your attention. No family should be
without Centaur Liniment. J. B. Rosa A Co,
Castoria la more than a substitute fer Cas
tor Oil. It is the only safearticle in existence
which is certain to assimilate the food, regu
late 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 may rest.
FOR ALL who are will ins to work. Anv
person, old or young, of either sex. can make
from $10 to 950 per week, at home, day or even-
iDtT. n anted or an. amtaDie to e it ner cirv
or country, and anv season oi the year. This
is a rave opportunity for those who are out or
wotk, ana out oi money, to mue an independ
ent living. Sso capital being required. Our
DamDhlet. MHow to Make a Livine." srivinr
fall instructions, sent on receipt of 10 cents.
Address A. BURTON 4 CO., Uorrisania,
n estcnester co rew i ork.
A gents. Everywhere to sell our new and
Wa&tea.Send for illustrated circular to
McKee Manufacturing Co, 309 Broadway, N.Y.
- The Parior Companion.
Every Lady wants one.
Every Man ought to have one.
Sent on receiptor 10 cents. Address L. F
HTDEVA Co iy3 Seventh Avenue, New York
' Bonton Flirtation Signals-
sent on receipt or 35 rents. Unique Printing
anu ruuiiAnuig nouse, esey aireec, a. i .
Tho Veckwith $20 Portable Family
sewing Machine on so Days Trial;
Many advantages over all. Satisfaction guar
anteed or tit) refunded. Sent comulete. with
fall directions. Beck with dewing Machine
. The New Elastic Truss;
An Imnortnnt Invention, tt retains the m la
in re at an Mines anu untier tne naniest exer
cis or severest strain. It is worn with com
fort, and if kept on night and day, effects a
permanent cure in a lew weeks. Sold cheap,
and sent by mail when requested, circulars
free, men ordered bv letter sent to tbe Elastic
iUKSto, Mo.bHf Broadway, new lortcity.
.noooay uses aieiai spring irusses, too pain-
ini ; tney sup on too irequenuy.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
rtlHE subscriber is prepared to fill orders of
1 an Kinds iiBBi line witn promptness anc
dispatch. lie keeps constantly on hand
ILL KLVDSOF FIRMTURE
From the cheapest amJitv to the finest, a lit.
tie cheaper than the same article can Ue pro
cured elsewhere. A splendid article of .
Kept constantly oa hand.; ;.
REPAIRING Neatly Done on short
Special attention given to the holiness of
Metallic, Excelsior and Walnut Coffins kent
constantly on haml. Coffins manufactured to
order. Two good Hoarse kept constantly in
readiness to attend calls. ,
New Goods !
E. KEGELS? ACH'S,
Panic Prices I
, fob pAsir. ) ;
CALL' AND EXAMINE.
CASH PAID FOR PEODUGE
Produce Taken in
change for Goods.
, . ) -., , E. MECELSPACH
May 1, isa. ...... tf
Groceries, Provisions, Toys,
Wnnlii vMtttM4fi.il v announce to. hi customers
and the people generally, that he has rf moved
the room former) v occupied by W. V. sharp,
one door east of Uhler & McDowell's where
can always be found a choice stock of
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
And everything in that line.
FINE & STICK CANDIES,
Clears and Toliarco, Fruit Extracts, a Large
Stuck at Kine Table Glassware, Lanius. Lamp
Chimneys, Burners auil Wicks Vitilins, Guit
anil atrwers, iuys ui every variety, , .
Dolls, China Dolls vases, tiorxes, wagons, c.
Notions of every variety Gloees, Jewelry,
Pert-iiiiira- Lathes' Basket. Envelopes. Falter
and Fens, also choice franlen Seed.
Cash or trade for Butter
( and Eggs.
f.is' GEORGE VOGF.L.
Courtney A. Appleton.
The Great Lightning Ink Eraser.
n i.ct.ntl. fMimvinf ink from uaiter. rot
ton. linen, e without iitjnrinic or soiling
tha labrlf- It does away with all scrau hiiiK
where mistakes are made, aud removes lilou
instantaneously. It should lie on the desk ol
every lawver, book kecier ami teacher, ami as
not only removes luk ttoou but fruit tatu
.ml iron runt, everv family nee.lt it. It is uul
uu haudsomelv aud wht at Wcenu per cae.
AVCUIS WaUttfU to liunmw r ... .....
KG HUTCHINSON, Stationer,
ITml 4 Maideu Laue, Xew Vork.
IF YOU WANT
Look Through Ono of the
Most Extensive Stocks
In the United States,
On On HaifuCtiTB !
No lonr stairs to climb, as we have Two
Steam Klevatora. one forcarrvina- our custom
and one for handling Furniture. So it is no
trouble to wok at goous on me upper own.
HART & MALOHE.
103, 105 & 107 Water St.,
Factory 30, 32 & 34 St Clair St,
W. Jacobs I
H Has jast received a large stock
AMERICAN & SWISS .
S In GOLD and SILVER CASES. $
3f fioM and Silver Charms in abrin-
. Oance. A large assortment
2) of Htnds BHttons nne
Z Gold and Silver Kings
Gobi Bracelets, flue
2L Gold Jewelry .
t - inAset8'
Charms, Silver Thimbles, Gold
I'ens Spectacles, icKei ana
Plated Ware, Ac. We .
He continue to sell Elgin
Watches at fac-
Call and See our stock of Goos
fueiun: jju reiiMtug cisch ucrc
35 to 100 per cent, saved .
3 by so doing. We u
as we wish to be
jut none oy. ah
f goods war- x
Watches. Chronometers. Clock.
Jewelry, tcH Repaired oa short J
B37Look for the Big Watch
and Spectacle Sign. J
W. JACOBS, 1
3 MiUersbnr ttl
BEST STOVES in the
CaU and See Them, at
Rest Book in tbe Market Best Term Ev
Offered Attention Agent Send for Cir
culars of Our Sew Work. Inge soil's Lite
most Ponnlar Biography Fxtant Tbe
Most uraniiic I'oiiticai History mnwr.
Fulness, Truth, Impartiality A Rook for
People A Book for tlie Laboring Man
Kook for States men.Schol a rs and Thinkers
A Book for Every American family.
Mobiogratiliieal work of sneh Interest to the
iieople has before appeared in A merican
literature. It is a full,coiuplete, honest account
the life of the most laborious and influential
country's relbnneis, the Srt journalist
tne age, ana tne ousiesi man wno ever iieu.
'mere are also extrmiei notices m many ot
Mr. Greeley's Cotemporeriea,
Whether in ionrnalism or general politics, so
tlie whole is a rather full Just aud faithful
representation of American polities for a pe
riod of forty vears.
Here yon will learn of the rise and fall of
parties: of tbe triumph and defeat of policies;
the lives aud characters of
Many Eminent Men.
This work is. la short, the great biograpfaice
historical work of the times. It is the great
literary success of the times. Every intelligent
anu woman win nave is. uracn are al
ready coming in in neh way as to show they
soon begin to poor.
Mevhanieallv it is tbe handsomest bonkpuh
lixhed.beins? profusely ami elegantly illnsiratv
with about J engravings, including por
traits, also a steel engraving of Mr. Ureeley.
is tho most nleakinar and natural of anv
published-making a volume of over flfO
whom the best terms are offered . A rents
meetina with unuaralleled success. To se
immediate territory semi 91 for the
namisomest r rospectii agents ever nan , or a.
for sample ropy, library style.aud prospect
us either of which will lsent prepaid.
Address I N ION FU Bf.lMll.Mt CO..
Tift Wabash Areau,t;bicagA.
wen Fourth St. Cincinnati. (X, or ew
ork City whichever may i ueant to your
place oi residence. oltxw
RICHNESS OF TONE !
. . ASD
SURPASSED BY NONE.
"ESTEY is becoming
Large Numbers are Being
Sold in this and ad
joining counties. !
The People are Finding Out
Its True Merits and
Worth, and Will .
have no Other.
i irm n TiTfimn i n niTmn
CAX BE SEEX BY CALLING AT TBE
0ST OFFICE BUHDING,
T. B. CUNNINGHAM,
Bev. JIT. P. FOGLESONG,
LOCAL ACE NTS.
MISS SAWYER'S SALVE
TTEHB yoa haw a ealve enmbfafanr aoothinc and
XX beating properties, with no dan moos ingrad-
A remedy at hand for the nuor paiaa ana
aches, wounds and braise to which flesh is heir.
re eaniT appuea inam ssany otner nawwi
prodoetTtc a bad effect, but si wars KUeving
psin, however severe.
It at prepared by Mim Sawyer who has nsed It
bar own wxtenur treatment of tba ates, lor
xarly twenty yeara. with great specs.
The principal diseases for which this sabre la ree-
aDUsended are. Ckilbiaim. Mmmmtinm, Pilf
ScrotUOy OCtf qfeers, Satt JKacana, Sprains, Atrws,
ftttr Sort, felon; Pimple, SrytipUat Son
XWf. Barber! JfceA, ViMs. Moilu i
Own. Bit mf Jhjorft. Otuctr. Toothache, tar-
che. Sort Nipple BmlOnem, AsnOm ihain,
Itch, Beat UtacL, Teftftwv, jmppe iKsai.
Scold., Cut, Bni, Oewp, AtoN Zips, and
Sore on Children
It never laus to core Knemnausm nr property
sppiied. Bob on wh wita tea nana tnrse usm
day. In several eases tt has aped palsied hmba.
FOe It has boss ttsceventf to ba a anse ram
Persona that have bean afflieted tor yearn
bave been relieved by a lew applications. For JTrf
tipolas It works wonders, allaying the hiiUsnsaaUoa)
na qaieang me pawn, ror Hopp rii
a cure imnseaiaveiy. jua too wm ko
obtain this Salve, and apptv it freely, aa4
ftey will And H invatoable. it is good in cases of
Scrafnia and Tumor. Cancer have been cored
SrWO H. A OS DSSt OaiTW Irsf BUIIBBLU IOT
Brmtt and Sort IKddU, No way injnnooa, bat
sure to afford ranef. aort or weaK ye
tbe lids gently, ones or twice a day.
seas br Batting In the ears on a piece of cotton.
Felon this is aanerior to anvtaizui known.
mpu tats acts ilka a cnarm. rot JSm
mid, annhr tbe Salve at once and It give
leiiei. t ot Oi AO, apply
Not among the least of the Invaluable properties
Mm blAWTCa'B Halve are ha beneficial effects
on tbe hair. Uubbed on the scalp, m ftve or six
different parts, it prasnotea tbe growth of the bsir.
Sreveata it tuning gray, and on bald spots it pro
uees a new growth of hair. No lady saaaid be
without this invaluable article as an indlspensabls
cosmetic for the toilet. 1 1 enilicatea danOrnff and
disease front the head, and biotobes and pimnke
from tbe Xaoa.
Vena Mr. XUZABSTS COOXBS, MnmmidL
Bnraswiek, Aprfl 4. Ms?.
Miss Bawtxs : I received your letter hut even
ing, and was very glad yon eoecraded to let sat
take your Salve. 1 think I can do well with is. and
will ba qaite an aecoiiunodaaoa to my buabaiwt.
u sWcoanot 7taOMV wtthont it. U aaetns4
everything else and has never foand anything that,
healed hi leg as that Salve of youta. aad we bev
both fcamd It to ba all, md earn more, thorn yoa
rOOommendUtoU. We aavs had It in the nunily
nve or six years, aod have used it for everything,
andean IrWy aw w hav never fomnd it eqnmt.
nse tt for a weak back, and it acts nke a rharm
Mr. Coombs has had a fewer Saro om hi 19 Jor
tkirt years, ami woW! h crvpptV w eng.
hod not found m remedy in jow .SaVw. It kaepa
healed, and taken oat the inflaaamauoau prood
flesh and swelling, and dose for him aU that baaem
aak. I can raeommend it for a good manv thtaga
that yon have not, for I nse H for everything. I
consider It mvaraable m a family.
Yours, KLIZABSTH COOMBS.
TO TBE AFFLICTED.
If yoar Druggist la out of tbe Salve, and nsgterta
to keep supplied, send sixty asats as dtrsstsd be
low, and nccehre a box by return mail.
Pot no te Large Boxes at 50 cents each
(nearly three times aa large as tbe box repussated
above). Prepared by MISS C SAWTKK, and
put ep by LT M. BOBBINS, Wlleala
mod Retail Dragr-a. Bocklsvnd. Maw
A Trial Box sent free bv mall oa reosiptof sixty
eeate. by U M. BOBBINS. Boohiand. Ma.
THIS VALUABLE SALTS IS SOLD KV
l.i. j&aXaUiS IN MhUIClNE&
T1IS flne Trotting stauton will aaake tne
season of 183 at the stables of Joshua Po-
neut Satn nlavv vbra be will ba attka sta
ui jowin iut.-.
TIkw. wantintt improve thtr stoval and
raise Una stoppins; ss will ito wall by aiv
ing bias a oaU as be la na ol tb anest horses
th state, liava several colts front I to 1
years olil which will ba shown if desirad.
ayT" Mares from a tlistance will be taken
ean ol. J. POCOCK SONS,
num - . Owners.
Will ba distribute!! to snbsrrihers to the Asaer
Iran working peoul. in lHSi. It is the only
Workinaman'sTarilT Monthly; has It larxa
qaarto paxes,with illnstraMous,
A-in i , $Hb-crilMr- i'remim..
Taring Iron cents in value to au In (rrena
barks. Amongthepremiunsarea of $oM in
greenbacks; J orioo; 10 oi ii;as of t, fmr
each; Ml Awerh'au Watches fw each beside
nany thousands of smaller premiums- Only
ll.Oupervear, senton trial three mouths lor
cents, bend for specimen to CA lUON A CU
i,mS Uox S, r-iltsburg. Fa-,