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Holmes County Republican
Hiuxs8bck4 O., : : . Sett. 11, 1873.
Notice to Subscribers.
Qnbsertbers cm always tell hew theft rab-
apruBanar tneir names a. tae aodress mas
BuMimttaeiurfliof IbeuDer. Tbose -
area sbow the exact 4ate to which svtecrtptiba
hu bea paio. xnera may possiDl? ae aoaw
mistake la tfeedetaw If so oar subscribes
will f laaaa let as kaow what ther are,
Arrival and Departure of Mails at the
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Going North, , 8.15 p. ra.
GoiEfSi, 1!LSS . n.
ar act (riorn office.)
. From Oaakacton, M oaday. Wedaeeda7 and
A . rritla7a,ata.inp.ai.
Tuesdays, TaTsdays and Bafnrdajst MO aj
From' Canal tourer, Tla SnanesTMle. Walnot
Creek and Berlin. Mondays, Wednesdays
awl w TMMjt, at is au
Hoadara, Wednesdays aad Friday! atl.00p.ai
From Sew W1aWpnie-rta RMTrjTiHe, Sew
Bedford, baiuijo, esc oauuuays, hub
- - BirtaT.
Saturdays, atl p. m.
From Keens Tla Beaton, Mb Rope, etc-, Mon
day, Wednesday and Fridays, at (p.
Mondays, Wednesdays aad Fridays, as? a. a.
Paint Valley ArriTe and Depart Wednesdays
Ottos Boars from 7 a. n. to 8 p. m.
T. B. CUNNINGHAM.
There was quite a
Monday moraine. , The flrat frost of
James C Corbus, our efficient mail
agent,, win accept our thanka for late
Columbus and Cincinnati papers.
Peter Lenbart residing near Farmers
town sat dawn to rest himself , after
helping a neighbor onload seme hay ou
Tuesday of last week, and while sitting
dropped over dead.-. fie was buried on
Wednesday. ;-: "
No mention ia made of oats in the
Premium List of the Holmes county
Agricultural Society for 1873. The
same premium will be paid on oats as
on barter . Also, beat pair woolen
blankeja 2)j second best flflO. -
G. F. Newton, Sec'y.
G. F. Newton, Sec'y. Gone East.
MrTIdbiil, Of the firm rWhoItA
Tidball.Tefton Monday morning for Ihc
easteraeitiefV -H Intends pnrchase
the largest-and best stock of lall and
winter goods erer brought to this town.
He will also. -select an entire new stock
of millinery and fancy goods for Mrs.
Wholf and Myers' millinery store. .
The pArtnersJiTp leretofore existing
between Isaac: Harpster; A. B. Rudy,
James Hall and J. K .Walkup' has this
day been dlssotved by' mutual consent.
J. P. Walkup having gone out the buiir
ness will be- conducted 1 by the remain
ing partners under the samt firm name
as heretofore, - - Haspstes So BroTi-,
Sept. let, JSWw , . ' v-v.
Thii most excellent ; family paper is
daily growing more and more in gener
al favor.-.. We have -.frequently gnken
of it as one of the besnetigiooa papers f
we know, of, and, we can heartily ad
vise all Who are looking for such a
journal toimbsoribe for The Interior"
of Chicago. It comes Xq us regularly,
and is-ghrea a prominent place around
the social fireside, fjif-v ; .---a sew
On Sunday asHugn Cowan and Dick
Pyers With their families -jrere retuxq-,
ing from church, some fellows came
racing np behind them in a wagon, and
passed them ' Just as they were going
over a small bridge, upsetting Cowan's
wagon, and throwing them all out into
the mud aad. water- The bones of the
other wagoat broke loose from the rig
and left the fellows sitting in their wag
on on the bridge.' So niueh for.Wiu'g.
.nl I n. ..
The subscriber will offer for sale at
his residence. lu .24ilierslmrg on Tues
day, SeptTaird comlnencing at 1 o'clock
p. m. the foBawlhg described properfjr;
One cow, one alekrh, .lnnehokl furni
ture, suclrtS .BureauM, Tallies, CKairs,
Bedsteads, Stoves, (Inland Empire
Cooking Stove), Book Case,Wash-stands
and numerous other articles. tCatll aad
examine these goods besore tWdayW
uc. j .1 . jn..
I f 3otewor.J v i
A caQ h) the mammoth Furniture Es
tablishment of James Meriarity 2S0 and
282 SupeAor St., Cleveland, O satisfies
ns that this is "headquarters" for Fur
niture. Having just removed from his
old stand into this magnificent struct
ure, he has facilities for doing business'
and a line of goods not equaled by any
in the city. A commodious steam ele
vator ready at all times to convey visi
tors from one story to another. Persons
visiting Cleveland should not fail to
call. See Advertisement. -
Kill the Weeds.
Many farmers are extremely careless
about letting the weeds grow add go to
seed. That is the worst kind of shift-
lessness, because it entails a vast deal
of labor for the future. Every weed
ripens a multitude of seeds greater al
most than any man can number, and
hence the importance of keeping down
all weeds In the cultivated lauds now,
before it is too late. There can hardly
be any more appropriate .or useful work
for this month, than making war upon
all weeds. Pull them np or cut them
down, and get rid of them for all time.
Monroe Tp. S. S. Convention.
Sept. 6th, 1873.
This Convention will meet at 10
a.m. oa Saturday, Sept. 30th in the
Grove near Christy Chapel also a pic
nic at same place on same day. Hie
foil owing is the programme of the day
"What is the causeof the failures in
our S. S." opened by A. B. Williams.
"What is the result of our S. S.f"
opened by Mrs. A. J. McDowell.
"What exercises to be taken for
church members not attending S. S. f
opened by A.J. SilcoL
"What to the origin of the S. S. Is
it uuman or divine ?" opened by F. C.
Essays y Kate Uhl, Floretta Shields,
ueien diivul, m. j. tjeiler, M. !. Young,
lectures oy aiary Shield, Mrs. B,
Roach, Mat Buchanan. By order Com.
Chas. McLaughlin, V. P.
x r : Special.
This is what we are doing, scliiiisr
in 1 1 : . . ' ... o
(mnci iwmi tihiq us, limes, lea
spoons, per set t2K. formerly t-2J0
tablesspoons, $3,50, formerly $5,00 per
mat. . . 11' T ... .
ltf . , ; . .
All persons knowing themselves In
debted to the -undersigned will please
can uu aeuie np. ti. y. uor.
HolmesvUle, O Aug. 19,73-lw0,
The Spitting Nuisance.
It is a onrrons thing to consider how
many people t there iije.la the, wtf
whose dally "hibTU are.tery IUtle supV
rior to those of the beasts of the field.
They do not understand the use of the
bath. They, are guilty of aH sorts of
dirty practices, and H is one of their
peculiarities, tliat. tiiey txare .noJiiDg
wbatevar for die amnoyance or discom
fort they mnict upon others.. They are
half nneonscious that their own habits
are very objectionable,nConerjuent-
ly they do not always reSeetihey give
treat offense to others; -They liva-Uke
pigs tnemselvWj and natnra!ly fiUScy-
that the manners and customs of the Sty
are universally .popular and. agreeable.
Consequently they, go about the world
a nuisance to erery bodyand are utter
ly ineapabieef learning anything from
the example of better people; aronpd
tbenv ' :. .. .'.; ' . '.' , ' '
The spittar. are among the most &
fensive. of diis numerous claafc They
have no respect for man,' woman" or
child.' 'Toil "see tfieir tracks in every
thorougltlare and every public building.
They would as soosvsnakettaeir mark on
your best carpet as-ea the roadway1. Half
the people to-be mel'wiUl In the" streets
are dangerous to -"pais Jbr just as you
get up to-them, they discharge a volley
which yoa am , likely t receive fall on
dress or coat, without hope of dodging
it. Ladles, of 'course,, suffer .the most.
They cannot get out of the way... And
the chewers care little for their feelings
in the matter.' They regard the world
as a "huge spit-box, and would resent
any suggestion as to the fllthiness of
their actions as au infringement of per-
sonal liberty.-. - j ;. .-4i u ":
We are orry to -say that we bava a
good many of this class of people In
our midst. Some, few are notorious
spiders. Tbey spit an v where and every-
wRere.- ai nome aim aoroaa, m cae
stable or in the1 churen,u(ime nor place
has no.:abecaMwbatever their vile
habit.' These parties persist in chew
""fPf ?7KJX"t' ?'
leave off the habit long enough to at-J
tena cne sanaiwry 01 ueo,-Dut must
continue to ehetf the 'nauseous tnoosel
duringT the je tire aerrsce, andlag
the carpets with pools of tfie vile muTT.
We have been time and again disgsMfcd
with this contemptible tobacco spitting,:
especially te cterch, aiid If orTeEaarkle
win apptj to any vuey-.iv uuPelSJTj
will pause and think.- hW It looks, and
now they would fed if 3ome' one would
be continually doing tbatriwuieh they
loath and detests u..x r.aiw
Now that Miliersbnrg has Increased
raIroad facilitfes, and .lias1 access to the
outer world iu all direetiana, It beeonaes
our citizens to look about themselves,
and see what can be done , to increase
bur population, and enlarge vot bosM
ness interests. The hills round about
us Invite laborers to open up the rich
mines which lie concealed within there.
There is a day coming when this min
eral wealth will come forth at aH
of the capitalist, and' why watt for the
next generation to reap, .these rich har
vests, wbea wf this feneration Bright
make it our owb. , MiUereburg is bound
to be a manu factoring - to wn sonM day,
and might just as WeH; W to-day, to
morrow or next year, as twenty years
hence. - What we now ' want is capital.
Our own citizens must either provide
this, or invite- others to come who have
Every thousand dollars Invested
here, will be worth double (hat amount
the town and comity.'- Let as then
encourage capitalists to come among tis,
and urge them to invest iu manufac
tories, which in the course of a few
years, will be the means of making our
town. There is no need of us telling
yu reauero vt uie great - venenis 01
manuiaciories. t. very 00a v Knows tneir
vahie to a community; or at least should
know. An establishment that would
a hundred hand?y."WouM, at tlie
Very lowest figures, pay over each year
from $30,000 to $75,000, all or nearly all
of which would be spent or invested in
out own town, among our own business
men of all crosses. " With; t he, facilities
for coa InjHhJtntsaoia Am Akiiii
abound iu the neIghborhood,we know of
ndi more inviting a location thau Mil
lersburg. And now ' wltat is necessary
for us to do, is to ncoua-aoa anytbiag
that will tend to uHdiji gptjtetta.
Talk it4ip, and abqvsified with
simpIjL iakutiJidlsa3 the past
tw.l years, Millersburg lias improved
more than she had done for the previ
ous, ten or ftfteenqraVFs.ttaVet tike good
work go on.
A Boy's Idea of Heads.
Heads are of diftrnntnrnn8B aadsiies
whey are full of notions. Large heads do
ivwooiuuie musu some persons can
tell what a man is by the shape of Ais
head. High heads are the best kind.
Vary kuo wing, people are called long-'
beaded. A fellow M'weU't top for
anything or anybody s cille3i6t-neid-ed."
If he is not qntte 'Vfc 4ri jlit Jb'a is
called soft headed. If lie'Voi't "be
coaxed nor turned1 sf1ieX cVH'h Wpi'g-'
headed. Animals have very small heads.
The heads of fools slant back. When
your bead is cut off yon:: are beheaded.
Our heads are covered with hair, ex
cept bald beadsr There pttNrfttfrel'head.
heads of sermons, and some ministers
used to have, fifteen hetds ;ld ot
mon pin-heads, heads of cattle, as the
farmer calls his oxen ;,, head windsf
dmmheads, cabbage-heads, logger-
he ads, come to a head, heads of chap
ters, head him off, bead of the family,
and go ahead but first be sure you are
right; but the worst of all heads are
dead-hoads. who hang asewnd an editor
. ! . ' . .1 1 a v rt
for free tidbctej skJJ p
Couldn't Spare any More.
A man in Monroe township sometime
ago heard some noise one nigh t, in .the
direction of bis. .corn iub.JlBA.get up
and went out, and saw a man at the
open door holding a bag'.' fend another
inside the crib. The man on the out
side seeing the onrneuoming slipped
Off qui(&yaud4Uje,Vliile lfcutiL
ef Stepped up to tlie bag and held It
ready for the other one -ipsidtife Sll it
up with corn. After filling one or tw,
bagS, the owner said he guessed that
would do,as he believed be couldn't
spare any more corn usUben. lip-.
agiuc, it jwu i.uu, tuts tjiiaieraaiion ui
the thief as he realized his true situa
tion. Tiie -geutleman , eunolyntpld his
neighbor! to ask Mtn 'Mktki ki tieeded
corn ana nc stroma nave an uc wanteu:
Sew Supply of Fnrnltare.
. We looked through the.furuiture es
tablishment of ,l Messjsl'l "Tlylor Y.it
Sharp, tlie other day, and 'saw some
very handsome and desirable furniture.
among whicii we especially noticed
some new fine plate glass Mirrors,
which are offered at close figures. We
likewise saw a lot of very handsome
selling below Cleveland - Or Wootterr"
ii men vuurc lUKh 4 w Kif Mwe.
Their spring mattresses and"Ded"iprings
are selling rapidly. Give them B'onil
when you want good furniture; dtt'i
Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery.
IN TOWN AND OUT.
8ntire building in good style.. c
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Oysters are ripe. "-.'.
Fbhtag Is In order agauu" "
Don't forget the Holmes Co". Fair.
Try Weston & Huston's Eissengen.
Only three weeks to. the Holmes Co.
Fair. .,'.., -J ..i i-..i.
Frank Froelich makes a neat boot.
Give him a call.
Toorhes Bros.' and Frita are busv
at meir new rpa t; v.1 A .
rSkrbool wall iooameBCe: on Monday
weear, seiKemDer 230. . -1 - 1.
- Our merchants are' now receiving
tneiajaugooaa, -j t : :,-;r-
-OuriJxens ahonld natmnlzrTitr
home estaDiisnments. .
The geldew: resrsf davs of iutnmn
last appraurrnqg, r , ",;.
The traiian 'the 1yL V- AC.
B. B. is increasing quite materially.
ForilwflneSt' flavored ciirars 00 to
it esuju a uusuin s. - -
f Bay your cigars t.1 Weston 4 IIus
ton. They bave-tbe 'best iu the market.
Our vouns bloods must eton fiirhi-
ing or they -will find themselves in the
Lang keeps the best flour in town
One of our vonnz men is cultivat
ing a moustache: Persevere, it will be
visiDie in a lew months. '
Noisy John," who drove the Co
shocton hack for some months, ts driv
ing a dray-in Coshocton.
Finest five cent Cizar in town at
Lang's. . j ; -3ttV '
' There were mere people in town ait
Sunday than tuere had been at one tune
for several years. - .
A house-keeper sajrs there is no
venison in the market, tmt plenty of
ojear meat. " ... . , .... v." . . "
The Licking County Fair this year
will be held on September 20(h and
October 1st, 2nd, 3rd. . . . , : :
-Now is a rood time "'to lay in yotir
winter's supply of coal, while the prite
iS low. : t, . .:- L-3-.
. Ihe uulie maue twenty-nve 4101-
IJars at their Social i rt
was tlie last of the
season. . . , -
L If you bear a man gay this world
fcowes mm a uvng, aont leave anytmng
around loose. -, ; -
Work was -commenced on the 'Eat-
ire Home " Monday morning. Dr.
kaiff will add another story aud fix up
For Soda.- Pic nie. Lemon. SiSsar
A Cream Crackers go to Lang's he al
ways has a. fresh supply at Wholesale'' fc
Ketaii. 1 - - ... - mi
t.- . t :
The fall term of Kenyon College
began Thursdav of this week, with
prospect, of a good attendance.
.1 Soda Water at Weston & Huston's
Buy a No. 33 Estey Organ, if yon
wish a handsome piece of furniture, as
well as a rich toned instrument. '
Tobacco of all brands at Lang's. 3tf
': J-For the best Syrup & N. O. Molas
ses go to Lang's. - 3tf
'The brtcklavers have finished their
work on the tower of St. John's E v.
Lutheran Church. :
Wlien you want to take a ride call
on W.'L. Forhs. His rigs cant be beat
ami charges are moderate.
.,t-aii kuiu 01 pictures at iiau s gal
Tlie Lutheran's have nearly com
pleted tiie spire 011 their church. It
looks quite well. It greatly helps, the
appearance ofj the church., !1"r:'"
The Demoortttic candidate for Sher
iff of Holmes county found himself in
the lock-up while visiting the State
Fair last week at Mansfield.;. T r :- j
-Nicest assortment of Cakes & Can
dles at Lang's. , - 3tf
Eev. Ira C. Bilnian. formerly of
this place, late of Omaha, Nebraska, j
accepts a call to the Congregational
Church at Mt. Vernon, O.
Shrimplin & Cofl'ey have received a
large lot of new Boots & Shoes, which
they are now offering to their custom
ers at cheap rates. They have some
handsome styles. Call and see them.
Several of our citizens attended the
State Fair at Mansfield lost week. -A j
larger number wUl attend the Northern
Ohio at Cleveland. Some few will go
to the Cincinnati Exposition. : . ?
When you come to town to get pic
tures, don't stop until you find Court
ney t Appletou's gallery corner Main
anuiiepotsts. , v. r -VV.
,y other county officer who can't keep
out of the tack-up, 'whea he goes tq a
--Don't fail to go and get some of
these beautilul Crayon phuio 'raiihs.
made bj Courtney & Applooir . . t(
The WkS. iiest desirable) aad Inrreit
stock of frames arid" Wbuldlnis1 'bin bet
found at Courtney & Appleton's. tf
Farmers wishing to purchase, a
Buckeye Drill can do so by calling on
Cameron & Beecher, as tiiey have got on
a few extra to supply be mte trade.- ".
Grourid Was broken last Tuesday
as a beginning to the erection of the
new CatheKe church.- Stone are being
hauled, anil the fonnilnrinn will be laid
,'AMlUwankeenrofessor undertakes to
prave inat uiristopner wxuuidhs was 01
ers to the school book adrertLsenient of
ingnam, ciarKe E-x..ieveianu, u.,
iu mm issue. .- ff
The Democrats are terrible mad
that theitbandiuate for'. Sheriff onldu't
keep himself out -of Jail wbileattending
the State Fair. Quitea number of them
have been heard to declare that they will
sotjvote for him., .., : .
Persons , desirous of attending the
fair, which commences on
the 23d of this month, by taking the
Coshocton hack, will hrrive at that place
at 2 o'clock p. m. the first day of tlie fair.
Threshing Machines, Horse Powers,
Reaping and Mowing Machines, Sulky
Hay Bakes, PIowb, ' Kdad Scrapers,
r arm Bells, or castings of almost any
kind can be bought at the shops of the
Millersburg Machine Conipany,at great-
uceu prices. iiutt
r. T.' B. Cunningham and lady,
on Tuesday morning,' started on a trip
to the wesL.:. They, will spend a couple
of weeks with, friends and relatives in
Iowa and Nebraska.
GO to Lang's Bakerv.for. all. kinds
or good Orroceries ot rroristoiis otr
. . . "V - . - . . : - .
What Tvatueqr .Daaiocratic. CandW
date for buerilt doing in Mansfield on
Thursday last,that the police authorities
tiatto take, etiarge of Jiuar. , ,,! . ,. .
ShadoV pictures at Hairs Gallery
For loss of appetite, dyspepsia, Jn
uigestion, ucpression ot snints aad-sen-
eral debility, in' their various forms,
Ferro-Phosporated Elixir of Calisaya
made by Caswell, Hazard A Co., New
York, and sold by of( druggists, is the
best tonic. As a stimulant tonic for pa
tients recovering from fever or other
eioknets, it lias no equal. If taken dur
ing the season it prevents fever and
Hgee anu outer intermittent levers. 4y
We are just in receipt of a circular
card of Felton & Biglow's Union Busi
ness College, Cleveland, 0.,"rrom wliich
we learn that now is the time to secure
a Lite Scholarship in" their institution.
as after the 1st of October, none but
nine acuoiarsmps limited to six and
twelve months will ever ba issued. We
auyise an young men and parents hav
ing sons to educate, to send at once for
a .Catalogue of this popular Business
J?u Wilnt c!lr3 8toB.
' : r-Cameo pictures at Hull's lallery.
i It is surprishig what splendid nho-
tographs Courtney t Appletou make,
since incy atienuea tlie fnutograplilc
About the Yearly Meeting.
Messksj Emtobs: The yearly meet'
-st closed in Millersburg was the
-"athering of Disciple Churches
. "- Missionary District, Ohio:
mgju r . "sne, Holmes and part of
"". . ies. Anmberofchurch-
01 tne4tn . .v -nrteen: number
embracing " t.. Hve hundred. The
Coshocton count. - -asociation is at
es .Ur District to-. . v -e field, open-
missionary work of the "icable
present confined to the horn snor
ing up new interests and o.
new churches- wherever , praev - a
This meetiog furnished a grand oj,.
tunity for renewing cur covenant o le
gations, and gathering new strength
for the battle of lite. , -, -
The C. -Mt v . C. K. E. Company
courteously furnished trains at excor-
. - . ; r -w t 1 1 (
S1UII nttCIS.' 'I1VIU -JUk : V C1UUU IUU VII"
ville, oa Sunday morning to thiaplacar
returning in the evening. . Twelve or
fifteen hundred persons availed them
selves of this accommodation and the
number gathered on Sunday was vari
ously estimated at from twenty-five
hundred to three thousand. The best
of order was observed. The day was
pleasant, and the entertainment and
liberality pf Millersburg was equal to
the oceasien, and t'.ie meeting closed On"
Monday . noon, with two baptisms, as
the immediate results-,. igbt ministers
ot the Word were present, among whom
were Prof. Laos and K. Moffett, as chief
speakers. Thus has passed awav an
other rrjyaf-feast,,or heartfelt pleasure
and gladness of soul."
W. J. SHARPE.
Ch'n of Board.
Thermometric and Barometric Notes
for August, 1873.
REPORTED BY Dr J. G. BIGHAM.
Observations made at 7 A. M.
7er. Bar. Wind.
72deg. 29.15 S W Cloudy
72 29.15 S. W. Cloudy.
67 " 29.10 Calm Raining
60" 29.30 5.W.CIear.wVA
66 " 29.45 N.W. Clear.
50 " 29.40 S.W. Clear.
70 39.15 8i Cloudy. "SSJC
DO HOMi viuuuy.
66 290 N.W. Cloudy.
62 " 2930 W. Clear.
66" 29.20 S.W. Clear.
64 29.10 Calm. Cloudv. -. i (
60 ' i 20.10 " Clear."., all.
62 " 29.10 N. Cloudy.
13. 65 "
16. 67 "
29. , N. Cloudy -j r - j ?
29. ' S.W. ClOudy. ' '
60" -59.15 N.W.Clear. .
61 ". J9.20 ?t.W.-;CjAntly P
56 " 29.20 Calm. Clear.
60" 29.20 Calm. Clear. , -
22. 64 " 290 S. Clear.
23. 64 " 29.25 W. Clear.
tiz . 3Ul.uk. aim. Clear. n j
67'2f'- CtoudvCl5 I
68" 29.05 S. Cloudv.
64 29.0 N,W. Cteudy.
6" ' 29.10 8.- BallSlnz.-
63 " 2955 S. Clear.
64 " 29.30 Calm. Clear.
31. i 72 " 29.20 Calm. Raining.
Average temperature, 6393. -Height
of Barometer, 29.13- Inched.
A Few Words Concerning the Coming
g v. hS to Zh trTniLTuT
To the friends and" lovers of Christ's
kingdom, and especially those who are
interested in Foreign Missions, we come
with the gratifying intelligence that a
Convention of all the Churches of this
Presbytery' will be held In Wooster,
Sept. 13th and 19th. It is in behalf of
the Woman's Foreign Missionary So
Its object Is to see what has been done
In the past, and, learn what may be done
in the future iu the Mission fields God
is so wonderfully opening to his church.
Dr. Ellenwood of New York, one on
the secretaries of the Board of oreign
Missions, is to be with us at this time.
He is not only a speaker of rare ability
and an earnest christian; but he is one
of the best informed men the Presbyte
rian- church has in this department.
Also, Kev. W. F. Johnson, D. Irof
Ilookstown, Pa a Missionary returned
from India, and Eev. Samuel Jessup, of
tie Syrian Mission, who will testify to
us what tiiey have seen and heard iu
those far off lands. Added to these,
Mrs. Van Lennep, formerly a mission
ary to Armenia, has promised to come.
And we hope that most, if not all the
ministers in the Presbytery, will be
present. "In the multitude of coun
sellors purposes are established."1 '
As one ot our greatest needs Is infor
mation in regard to this important
work, we can not any of us afford to
lose such an opportunity of benefitinjr
ourselves and of increasing our useful
ness in the church. s - - r - -
When the tribes of Israel went up to
yearly feasts, not one was so small or
weak that it did not have its standard
Let this be oar yearly feast of conse
cration : and let each church see that it
and hear what God is doing Inother aa-
tions. - lou must not leave the respon-
sibility of these important matters to a
lew, it you expect to have living, ac
tive piety in your 4Wn.heartB or in the
church. , ti A a k iut
- And to our sisters or me woman 8
Foreign Mission (Society we wish to say.
this crfifentfonhas been devised iltbev
speeialeVo aiding hslu (Rif Mission
wort:; anoruing us information and
thus increasing our efficiency, and giv
ing the officers of the different societies
an opportunity for the exchange ol ideas
and pl&ii,'iaud se" enabling us to labor
.... - - - -l - .... -
more uarmoiuousiy anu systematically.
We nope you all see the great import
ance of this, and will "feel it not only a
duty, but a pleasure, to attend all these
services. Do not let the care of much
temporal serving keep ,you away. , Butfaiow
come, to this least; and tbe choicest
spiritual food- we can. command, shall
be set iu onler before von, "
""All societies who may not be connect
ed with n ooster fresbytery, we invite
to this 'convention.,: And all christian
people who may be interested in these
things will receive a most coriial greet
MARY J. STIBBS.
President of the Presbyterian Com.
To Township Treasurer:-'-
Th4 Treasurers of the several town
ships are hereby notified that tbe recent
act of the Legislature for the "Reor
ganization and maintenance of Com
mon schools," remiires said Treasurers
to make Asnol Settlkment with thi
County Auditor between the first sad
tenth days tf September, and account for
all moneys received and the amount
paid out for school purposes. Said
Township Treasurers are required by
said net to present to the County-Audi
tor an tne oruera redeemed, and all
vouchers for moneys void out for all
School and School House purposes fer
.(. J. H. NawTos,
! . ...
Millersburg, Aug. 20, 1873 1 w4.
Ecward of Merit. '
-The following strong certificate as to
the curative virtues of Miss Sawyer's
aaive, we cup irom tne fatten voice:
-r We are happy to Hy before our
readers the following ciire,efft)oeed by
uie use oi juiss oawyer 8 saive.
IsMr.. Silas Bryant of Sherman, has
been afflicted for years with what the
doctors pronounced a scrofulous cancer.
liUf consulted tne most skillful physi
cians in vain, and was finally induced
to try jiiss swyer's salve and now ar
ter using the forth box, he is entirelv
cured, and enjoys perfect health, tf
MIDDLETOWN, Aug. 20th, 1873.
Pursuant to a call of the Vice Presi
dent of the S. S. Union of Salt Creek
Tp., delegates from the several schools
thereof convened at the M. E. church,
aud resolved to hold a "Basket Picnic"
at Benton, on Saturday, Sept. 13th un
der tne auspices or said union.
A cordial invitation Is herehv nbrn.
ded to all who desire to promote the in
terests aud participate in the pleasures
nf th R fans.
-. . , . , , y)
M. Young, Vice-Prest.
J. S. Bevington, Sec'y.
" ' A Fine Picture. ; .J '
If you want a fine picture already
framed, subscribe for tbe illustrated
"Peoples Monthly," pictorial paper for
me nresiue. nctures ueiivered from
four to ten ihXMuftei: subscribing, The
paper and pluturea 'hu be seeu at the
rost t,iiiice. 11. M. CeN.viN-ciHAM,
Wood's Household Magazine.
: We alnran ban . . j -
forthis pubUcation,it ilso wld
lively and entertninino-
Alt rbllHnn' .A'JT0 to
lively and entertninino-.
chte and refined. The'seplS
- - ciu. i a
ouwesvAewburgn. N. Y.
-. -A verv nice number ia "R.iin..,. m
ftf,-L . . ""'"u a
vv",ra' " cunuiins a remarkable quan
tity of reading matter, all diviri?i.
poetry and stories, engraving
r,.i ,.AS l. - o -
-ld of to pass away an hour or two
V c luaiuier. f i.ouayear. Thomes
t, Boston. . ..
;' j.v t Vo'
Lfclalb?-! ' 'ki. '55".r:.i
Nothing u.' I i 'TlbF -AWia.: En-'j
in thi. ,mntt. been lalif imrlttWl
than the SepU. , - tne most mar
rope and America feSvv " which fh
contribution to furnish . ? depart-
vellonsly beautiful plctnrsw - 'TI
artists can produce, in.
of Music, Art and-LiteratC
w ell fiUed. $5 a year, incluu
Ohromo.-Jas. Sutton -ot Co Maide.
N ew. York.
Old and New.
The current number of this valua-
monthly'ciwtains arrumberof first
class articles -a well known authors.
contains several "short stories well
reading. The Record of Progress
the latest views on several im-
snbiects. ."Altogether It is
. - . . . -
reaiapie number. 4 a Tear, ah-.
Old and New. Boston. Mass.
The September number Is rich in
novelties and also gives a fine
of the new Fall Fashions. Dem
orest seems to outbid-all his eotempora
riea in the value of aaathsas to his
subscribers. $3 a year. W. Jennings
Demorest, 838 Broaaarayrew xotk.
The Little Corporal.
For Septembar. published by JobaJ '
Miller. Chlcaro. shows that enter-
prising juvenile saonthly to be as gooa
Scrlbner tor Septamber la batter
ever. If a goad magazine is de-
purcnase a numoer. nr. d.u.
Holland la its editor. Ia quantity and
quality of readina; it Is uasnrpsssed.
year. Scrlbner and the Repvbli-
one year, $5.
I wad some Fac tlie gift to gle us
see oursel's as 1 there see us,
go to Courtney A Appleton's- and
for a Photograph and you have it.
If yoa want any groceries, g to B.
Young., , -V , t 63tf
Soaaeliiingnew Crayon "Pboto-
graphs at Courtney Appleton's. tf
Hall tfce people's Photographer, tf
B. J. Young keeps the: best assort
meat of candy in town. . 52tf -
HaH'Aepeopre's- Photographer, tf
Don't put it off any longer. You
no lease of your life, so go at once
you.are redolent with health and
-to Courtney & Appleton's, and
yonr picture piken. ,. - . . tf
AcTiralTi err nintrvi We would
that we have a :cood- assortment
hands, and ara CttLna un the room i
of the Post Office, where samplea1
our -stock-can be-seen.- lnec Destl
of Can, Legal -Can, Fools' Can!
Heads. Bill Heads. Letter HeadsH
and Letter Paper, alwayson kanusi
r.nveiopes oi au. aiyies anu coiora.Linr
and envelopes are of the best
quality, and will be sold at" the very
figures. Persons wishing to have
eards printed on their envelopes.
letter heads, can have it (lone at lit-.
expense. . Please remember that all
fL Stationery can -H)e; Bad j.'a
wholesale or retail. -: .f".!..".."'-."1,,'.
1 1 "
THE RACE FOR GOVERNOR.
Some" lime ago it looker as though
nuam uc niuutr IU. LUUj ravdj I f
sachusetts. The scare now stands
aFn VV oelilinvn ia roinlna
on itutier, ana it is oeuevea
at the close of the contest that
former will be viotoroius,notwith
standing the sfiarpness and shrewd
of his opponent. r We trust that
people of Massachusetts will
be led off by the wiles of this
notorious trickster... . ... ' ,'".
we have my dear . old friend.
How sharper than a serpent's
it is to have a thankless child
as did George E. Pugh. once a
leader of the Democracy, to
old guard of that party,At Ham
the other night; : . .'..' : '."L ,i
Now, whero is your, Democratic
- Talk to me about it! I jrive
tlie 'answer, which the people
when Louis rhillippe tbouht he
put his gramisoa - on the
thrones-tit's too late'.? f Applause.!
yon marched off to the city, of
Baltimore, and.with the delegates of
uemocracic patty from every
in the Union, yoa : supported
ureeiey ana is. UraU iirown
the relegation of free trade to
Congressional Districts. ' And
Uliasahen, brought 'tip, 'amlL a
oi other old boys and young
with paper caps on their heads
chicken feathers in them, and
wooden swords, blojKmg iiuiesLfrom
horns and beating drams. And
to me about the Democratic
V You killed it.and you never
revive ity ! . i ..c t
SETTLEMENT OF OHIO.
Mr. Mansfield in his last letter to
Gazette,, says -the -Wvandots
the earliest inhabitants of Ohio
asks: "Who , were .tliev?n.and
did they come from?"
They came immediatlv from their
about Detroit. They were
formerly a powerful tribe, called
Hmons by the French, and lived in
country between ; Lake Huron
Lake Ontario, until about the
1650, when they i were,, .routed
the Five Nations of New York,
(afterward Six Nations) and driv
en' to the shores of Lake Superior.
About the year 1G55 the Five Na
annihilated the. L'ries; called
the French "Cat Nation;'? who in
habited tbe Southern shore of Lake
. For many rears Ohio was un
inhabited, and visited" .by- JntiogUii?oomi
bf-the tlvetTVaUdns aba
war parlies passing tp the west
attack the Miamas and Illinois,
the Wyandots, orllaransJ Kav"
settled meanwhile abddt Detroit
a treaty with the Five Nations
1684, and gradually' extended in
to Northern Ohlpj ;;.aftetv rd .the
Delawares moved in from the East,
the Sbawnese from the. south. "
The ilingoes of Ohio were a frag
ment of tbe Six . Nations. Hecke
welder always called the Six Nations
Mengwe by the Delewaresnd Ming
by the whites,' But the name
, was habitually applied to
cofony that '.lived in Ohio.
Cincinnati Gazelle, ,t
Wo see it stated hat a new geo
survey of Ohio is contemplat
If this is the case we may pre
sently hope for a settlement of the
question as to the real geo
logic period to which Allen properly
belongs i- si
Mrs. Mary Housekeeper is candi
for-"School Superintendent of
County, Illinois. Whats a
Gone for Goods.
IX A. McDowell of the firm of
McDowell, -started East Tuesdav
large stoct of aA
and Fancy Millinery Goods, keen
sharp watch until their new stock
rives and yon wiH geta bargain
aiso something good.
neiurnish F.nvelnnc n-:n. .
elsewh - -T- - yurataseu
TVu,CWeM and Coal Connuurt; S
v2 have got in a nrc.u.i..i
ready to supph-all orders at the Bank,
wl i iera le'.t Yergi"'8 Drug Store
hes.t'??eiht Kuranteeil; o all .for
September 10, 1873.
bbL Rot. ll
CLOVER SEED, $1 bu
TIMOTHY SEED, ;
- 1 SO
- l-Vv S
BR, roir lb.
CHEESC'J,' - yii .
t nr . -
i 'S& V law,"
lCMta.9 Ik .
bOL tataiv--- ? ao
perd9st -.- V-a, jogsi 00
- -. -v.'-;- - . ; i
- -' .X I
September 10, 1873. Cleveland Money Market.
CLEVELAND, Sept. 10, 1873.
(pMowing are HffVlOBinj raws o? Specie
fJ tz o..., :
aarsa fci - ; i
- iin v. iiv
. -.' il : tTll
small t - f
of issue. cannons
414) -V :
-114 u..-,c . J15
(16) i.'.aht 116 ;U:
ri,c.i,cuiic, lew- luii pun-.... rrT
iloBS) couusns lliii
ex. caapona . 111,' .
Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, Sept. 10, 1873.
While XXX. .
niie -V v
Bed and Amber
5 fiaS SO
White ;.'..... .
Ked .1,1, .11. 1. .,..!.
Meats Hams . 15)ie
--. . s ..Shoulders"." r , 1-
........ ., ..."
;per ba ..,
PITTSBURG, Sept. 9, 1873.
- : u I at
Bed ami Amber
.... 8 00aS M
.... 7 50a7 75
Apples . .
4 Wa5 HI
New York Market.
NEW YORK, Sept 9, 1873.
Bed 1 75
Choice ....j.. t SOaS OU
Snperflne Western.: 5 fisas OS
, ' '
,.. ....... aiaSKc
..!.!.;:. .i.i.'.i. laaiSc
Errors of Youth.
GEKTLEMAN" who suffered for years
nervous lieomtv, nenuture uecay anu
effects of youthful indiscretion wtll.for
sake of suffering humanity, semi tree to alt
need it, the recipe and direction for malt
the single remedy by which he was cured.
JMsJikaf ta arulit by tlie advertiser
experienoe caiiimfcf m addressing, in perftt
contidenca, 9 t JOHN IlKUIvN, t
i r?W C)tlar street. New York 4
Children Often Look Pale and Sick
no other cause than having worms in the
stomach. ' . - - t'
destroy tVorms without Mjury ia tbachild
oerlectri- Whitjs. and IVi-a lVeiii all col
r theVa'inJurious .ng-aedieatt osuaUf
in worm preparations.
CUKTlst 4 BltOWX, Proprietors,
No 815 Fulton street. New York.
by Druggists and Chemists and dealers
Medicine at Scents a Box., . 4yl
year' experience of an old nvr&e
Winslow' Sootkirtg Syrvp tk prescrip
tion of one of the best emale rHiyaicians and
in the United States, and has been used
years wltlf nevaraiiing safety aad i
by niillionsof mothers and children, from
feeble infant of one week old to the adult.
corrects acidity or the stomach, relieves
col ic, regulates the bowels, and gives
health and comfort to mother ajLvdVcbild.
belferveit to be the best antt lDrt rtjnedy
vforM ivnnekses &gmttoyn&!Uir
togWfroin any other cause. Full directions
using will accompany eaeh bottle- None
nnaesa the laiv-siaiiie of Cw KTIS ft
is on the outside wrapper,
Medieine iealers. ;
AouehMd Panacea & Family Liniment
bW remedy n the-world lor the follow
ing complaints, vU: Cramps in the Ltimbs and
Pain ia the Stomach , Bowels or Side,
KasumaUiun. in all its forms. Billions Colic.
Kearalgia. -bolera, dysentery. Colds, Fresh
and Bruises. Chills and lfever. Jfor
anu jucurnai cse. . , .- ,
operation is nut only to relieve tlte Da
but entirely removes tbe cause of the
complaint. . U penetrates and pervades the
systeta, .restoring healthy action tjul
mparts, and fiickeniug tha blood. -Tis
IomtefvUil PaaoctM is purely Veretalrle
- No.S15 FultonStrcct, Sew f orfcTiT
eale by all Druggists. . ..--'l;4Ttl
, iii sli" ' .-Ul j Is, as
Chicaao. Rock Island & Paciflo R. R.
direct route Tar Jaliei.
seo.iloiine, Hock Island, Wveniwrt, Musca-
Iuna lloMW Uaawu
Moines, Jouncil Bluffs anil Omaha, with
out chnnare. where it joins with the L'nion Pa
Railway fur Denver, Salt LakeCity, Sac-
cisco. and all points west
Trains leave daily, viz:
Leaven worttl a Atchison Express, (ex
cept Sum lays), lO.Uu A. M.
Accommotlauon, (except snndnysi,
anu Teavenworth Express, (except
Saturdays), iu.w ir . M
corner Harrison and ?hermnn streets.
office 33 West Madison street, Sherman
Chicago, Rock Ixland and Pacific Rail-)&il-Oomiauy
havu now oucued 4Jieir.9uth
DiTNien- between tetwenwwrtm At
and Chicago, connecting at Leaven
with Kansas Paciiic and Missouri Pa
Railroads, ami at A ten i Mm with Atchison
It a i-anta re. Central itraui-b Union Pa
ci and AUmison & Nebraska Kail roads. Tor
points in Kansas, Indian Territories, Colo
rad.'nd Now Mexico. The Company have
a lull complement or raiace U-iawing
and Sleeping Care, which lor external
and interior arramretnents Tor tbe com
convenience ami luxury ol uastmirers are
nneqtial'ed by any other cars of the kind in the
xnrougn iiceccs lor sale at ail princi
pal and way ticket otnees,
Hvaa Riddle, General Superintendent.
Smith, Gvnural Passenger Agent, Chi
cago, J1L. . .
Want a cook.
Want a clerk.
Want a partner,
Waul) a mtaatiun.'
Want a servant sirL
Want to soil a piano,
M'ant to sell a carriage.
Want to buy or.sclLa farm,, r: - , ,
, Want a Itoanling place, J "
Want to sell town property.
Want to sell groceries or drugs, -Want
to sell household furniture,
Want to sell dry goods' or -earne 1
ta flud customers for anything,
ADVERTISE IN THE REPUBLICAN.
Adrertising will gain new customers,
Advertiiing will lteep old customers,
Adrartiting lilierally always iays,
Advertising wakes tuccess easy, 'i
Advertiiing begets oonddence.
Advertising shows energy,
, Afivai'titiinir shows pluck,
Ailvertising means bia .
Advertise or "bust,"
. . , '
TO CO TO
In the United States
.AO 'lour stairs to-alinh. u fa .iK,.a.t
nshnientaj-we hare'a-M .n..
iCtS!'0'a.M rlio took
iwa on tne ripper floors.
:- ' ' ' . .''. '.. ; 4Dj
Has jnst received a large stock
AMERICAN i SWISS 1
I WATCHES I
JoGOIJ and. SILVETt CASES.
w Gold and Silver Charms in abun-
w danc. A large assortment
n of Studs, Buttons, fine q
Gold Bracelets, fine
Gold Jewelry .. w
J fifc. in msim ... 'i w Jj o
Charms, Silver Thimbles, Gold S
Pens, Spectacles, Nickel and Z?
Plated Ware, Ac. We
continue to sell Elgin
Watches at fac
Call and See our stock of Goors,
before purchasing elsewhere.
35 to 100 per cent . saved
by so doing. We do
'as we wish to be
done by. All
- raated. .- '
Watches. Chronometers. Clocks Ht
Jewelry, Ac, Repaired on short ;
lLook for the Bir Watch
and SiMNtiu'le Siirn.
HEW PIRM !
MXLLERSBTJRG, O.. . '
.. - ...... : . t.i
.in. . i j. -
now ofrering the Largest and Best Select -'
estockof Goods m theMaiket , .
' VR STOCK OF
liSIIlBrown ana Bleached Muslin
Cottonades, Cliecks, .i-
Delaines, -Alpacas, 1
Mohairs, Poplins, Keps,
Merinos, Empress Cloth,
Brown and Colored Silks,
Tweeds, Carpet Yarns, &c,fc ,
Ctufaefs. 01 Cloths
Stock of Queensware
Stock of Croceries,
-. v . '
as Teas, Coffees. Sugars, Srnips,'Spioes
Ilice, balemtiis, Soap, Tobacco, Ac,
that cannot be surpassed.
Fish, Plaster, Lime, &c,
can always be supplied bj calling on us.
fail txamlm onr stock belbrs
Daryaaslng elsewhere. .
pay VlissOiarE4 l?riae, la CASH,
Eggs, Lnrd 'Dried and
preen Fruits, Bacon, Wool,
Seeds, Grain, Potatoes,
tb' plaoa KOCR'S COR-
WHOLF, TIDBALL & CO.
Millsrsburx, April TI, in Xlt
And ant it- wm..v:a... - .
ben Mvi nl"SrF?!2 WWWsB -
once for c i re ylars ti T i nrZr .M sen
following bookt? Sid ot -T of
Everr hi. .T.j-'.V"" T one
sold for less ."I '"T style,
iicouniio our agents. Xry our l)U
all other business fail.,
. . . Kii men am,,,,.'
Dots." .hirh .r. " .V rnysieto
truly wonderful work. 1 "HHt '
lit hlim,n-cvtnm li... ...
Ma nonen Ytub .Osiaw- niFrrrrMti.
tnnS2.ril'x2I,liReU,, and seeiatSa-
fc lirJi!f!:f earerAihro;-
aeaaes ' i i, n . r.-. i i, i . . . ..
' i: - -iAGKCTO WASTED"' ;' 1
FOR , EXPLORATIONS
ThH the rltpH rut .,i . i .
lisaed thi. .vrr;. ?
cidents ofihi K7rt.VrM .'-.'l!
atjonlB.Africa.tiieeonntry native, AniinauT
A prominent journal vt or this book,"Af-
1 , I nicago, 111. or Cincinnati, O.
;:. :..' AGBNTS WANTED.
For InKersolTa late of -.. -.
Horace Greeley !
vage,.' 40 eiegsInmvSSr A r7rT
portunity ison-ere.1 on &,3 work, tne
copies will be sold within yearlram Its
rvuvn.ar laree xhim fuller ana i -
ill. or Cinemnatirohio. tM l--vnl"
! AliBlls WASTED i-f"
... fp'Br. Stoiz'.NewVork .
Capital Panishmentand the Law. L
work I'br the tines, every body wanes this.
at.-p.ncr, outer, isroiner, read that vou
learn t. save jtonrseir. All persons desir
ing the abolishment of Caoital Pnni.hmr.t
obtain a copy at once. A live book on
great and important subject. It reveals
startling. iacu as tome cause and pre
valence or crime. Circalars Ft-. a.i.i
PUBLISHING COX FAS VT. Lhirjini
lU.orCincinnati, Ohio. . ' . .
the best and cheapest
an.V Catholic Bibles. Tbe
complete stock in the West. Also for
Illuminaled Bible History-. TheSnest
respondence. To secure a luerative employ
meat address at once stating what book von
a description and terms ob -UNION PITH
LISHING COilPAS r, Chicago, 111, or Cincin
nati.Ohio. Lang's Notice
PlAiir ' HrsaoH r.lr.
Ice Cream, ; Lemon-1
Coffee, Sugar,' Tea,
Canned Fruits, 'Can
Crackers, Fiejs, Nuts.
Prunes, English Currants,
Starch, S. C Starch,
Starch, Dried Peach
pried Apples, Beans,
Hominy,. Baking Powder,
Cinder, Mustard, Cream
Tartar, Raisins, 7 Pepper,
Brooms, Mop Sticks, Cin
namon, Tobacco, ; Cigars,
Polish, Shoe Black
ing, Candles, Carbon Oil,
Salt,. Lime, Wool
' GO TO ,
:. COEXER. ' .
from the Modoc Indians, but from '
Who axe receiving more "
than ever. Call an4 see same of their
Dress Goods, ' ' SJi awls,
Lace Prints; Lace Cur
tains, JVotions, Car-,
petsllluslins and , , ., '
Prints, Tick- '; .
; ings,Den- ;
ims, . i
Cloths; i "' ' 1
Jeans, Cot ton a
des, Linens, Sugar; s
Coffee, Tea, Si imp Mo1 .',
Sf many other things.
BBIKO AiOXG YOUR " -'.!-.
awl get the .
HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH,'
Another Lot of .
MatlB Luibii - Suits,
Hats, Bonnets ... r
MiUersbarg. 0 May 90, UT.
andenigned will write with aeaiaeae,
accuracy and dispatch.
of Attorney, Liens, and '
Take acknowledgments of the same;
JVofe, DmfU and MM of
oat Partial and Final Accounts Pr Ail-
minifltrators, Execntorsand Guardians,
tor filing and nettling estates ia
. thei're bate Court. .
9 BT1T iT , Notary Public
over Long, Brown A Co s Bank, Mlllers-
.i.w ..... -t. -
; (-... -,.U
.1 -- : t
:iiii -.c eST h f.'-"L f . I
DURABILITY ! '
Snrjtassed by None. ,
- a r--
Estey is becoming
Large Numbers are Being
sold in this and ad- -i
.. .. Joining counties. '
.; ! - '!--' .: 'to 'I : : . "'
CAN BE 6EKS BY CALLING AT THE
POST OFFICE .BUILDIwTG,'
MILLERSBURG. O. (, . ,
T. BS CUNNINGHAM.
TTERE yon have a salve eombraing soothinf and .
bealing properties, with do tiangeroos ingred
ient. A renitdy at hand for tbe many pains and
wounds and braises to which Hesn is heir.
more easily applied than wumj otner remedies,
producing a bad effect, but always retiering
is prepared oy Mitt bawycr, woe aae asea is
her own extensive treatment of tbe sick, lot
twenty years, with great sncte .
principal diseases for which this salve la rec-
Chilblain. Rhtymatitrm, PUtt
Old Ulcar Salt Rhevm, Saram. Bumu
&ort jreio, nmpien, ,rynpeta, are
barber itch, JMqfnM Sou, Hin-wt las, .
Bite of ImmcU, Cancer, Toothache, Ear
Sore Jfipples, Baidnem, Swollen BreaM
Scald Head, T tf thing t Chapped Hands,
Cut, Brtaot, Croup, Craduel Lip, and
never foils to enre Rtiemnatism tf properly
Rub it on well with the hand three tlmee
In several cases it has cured palsied limbs.
PH9 it baa been discovered to be a sore resa
5dy. Persooa that have been afflicted for yeara
been relieved by a few applka&aooa. For Xty
H works wonders, allaying tbe iriflarnrnjinoo
qnietiDg tbe patient. For Chapped Httnd rfc
a cure immediately. Let those with Salt
obtain this Salve, and anply it freely, aad
will find H mvaloable. It Wgood in easea of
and Tmmor. Cancer nave been cured
The best Salve ever invented br Smollem
and Sore Jfipple. No way injuries, bus
to afford relieC Sore or Went Eye Bub it
lids ftently.oneeor twice a day. CQTesdaal
by patting in tbe ears on a piece of cotton.
Felon this is svpenor to anything known.
Pimvie this acts like a charm. For invma
Scald, apply the Sarve at enoe and it give
. For Oid Sort, apply once a
avmone tbe Weaet ot tlio ivahtkh wnwrtlw
Mise riAWVEK'8 Sal-YE are its benelicial edecta
tlie hair. Knbbed on the scale, in five or mm
ditferent parts, it promotes tbe growth of the bair .
prevents it tarniog irray, and on bald spots it pro
dnees a new growth of hair. No lady atbousd bm
this inratnable article as an indfepemtabie)
toe the toiioU J.esidkaMdarKiniffan4 .
from the bead, and blotches and pimplee
tbe lace. -. .
Mr. ELIZABETH COO JIBS, i
. Bmnswirk, April 4,1867.
Mies BAWTEtt : I received your letter last even
ing, and was very glad: ytm eondaded te let ma - -,
your Salve. 1 think I can d well with it, and
be quit aa aascominodeUoa to my Iftaabend, -a
cannot get along xHhotU it. Urn has tried
everything else and has never frond anything that
his hg as. that Salve of yowis, aad we aava !
found it to be alt, and even more, than yn .
ncoauMtmd tt feu We barv nad it la lb tenily
or six years, aad bare used it for every UOTf,
cm tmlesrp aj rr never femnd U equal.
ttfora wcat back, and it acts like aebaraa.
Coombs has hnd .i ferrr Sore on hi teg for
ptrmm. and routd 9a erippte avaVy. if ha
not found a remedy in yonr Saier. li lee pa ,
healed, and takes out the inltanuaatiea. proud
and swelling, and does for him U that Wfian i
I can RconinetMl it for a good many things
yon have not. for I use rt for everything. I
it invaluable in a family.
. Yours, 8K., ELIZABETH GOOXB8.
; TO AFFLICTED. ..
yorTrncgrrtiort of the s
keep supplied, send sixty cents as directed be
low, and receive a box by mum mail.
np to Large Boxes at 50 cents each
three times as large as the box represented
lWred bv ilirv C. bAW, KR, and
up by L. M. ROB BINS, Wholeaaie
Retail Druggist, Bockland, Ms.
Trial Box sent free bv mail on receipt of sixty
by la. M. KUBBINS, Itocklaad, Me.
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Notice is Herelw- given to all School Officer
duty it. is "to take the bnuMerattya ol . ..
ami make retnrns of the same to thu ol
ttst UIN maA diUi'ieuof most ba ens-
than what has recently heen the practroa
large aortiiao tne ni-awrir-s au s
'ho Towns him lurks should exorcia -
supervision or the wort of taking tbe
Knumeration. in onler tba the numlier of.
Iwlontrhtr t the HiflTcrvnt TowO-!lio .
Kangea may he properly reported ta thue ;
Townships entitled to iraw Section lo ftimis
and tba local Oirectora throagheut the county -are
epeciaUv rctiieted todevote suthcteac at
ten to this important matter, to avoid the
that have become a Uequent in rrceat
it ts nop ni mu parties inter -t
properh heed the importance of this a'
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large and extra inducements oar red aa
who are willing to work. AddItoc
lor circular and Lurins te
Arizona Diamond Store,
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neglect it. ttcrefuitHM emotions or phn
pleeon tn face, erysiuetaa oritcbingot ina
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mediately by the NOKWAV OIN iMhNT.
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natation set in. Tbe doctors wanted to ewt
hand off. The Norway Ointment saved my
and my life too.--W. 11. Helmea, Hast
ings, Mica. One box $1, or a family right to
tbe ointment SUc. Willpav large (alary
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tf " LOCAL ACENTS. f
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