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Holmes Comity Eepullican
Moxkrsbubo, O. : October 9,1873.
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From Canal Dorer, Tit gbanetTflte, Walnut
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3 Fri.l-.TS Kt It If.
Monday, Wednesdays and Friday at LOO p-s
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Frou Vrw Philadelphia Tia KagenTille, New
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T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
Hissbs. Editors: Please anooance
.the name of E. E. Day, ai a Democratic
candidate for Sheriff, and oblige
ONE THOUSAND DEMOCRATS.
The "Superior" Drill.
I'JThli excellent Drill took the first
premium at tbe Fair last week. For
. doing good work, and giving aatisiac-
". tion it has no superior. Messrs. 6. W.
Uhl and James Allison are tbe agents
for this county. . .
Vincent's Theatre Troupe.
This popular troupe closed a success
fal series of six nights entertainment
in Town Hall last Saturday evening,
Vincent is a first class comedian, and is
supported well. They went from here
to Wooster, where they will remain da
ring the week.
Central Ohio Fair.
.The Orrville Fair will be held next
week, 15th, 16th and 17th. Great effort
' hare been made to make this tbe most
aoccessful fair held in Orrville for
many yean. It has always been suc
cessful, and is the most largely attended
fair in this part of the State. We call
tbe attention of onr readers to the ran
kling ef special trains, a notice of which
-will be found in another column.
Fun at Home.
Don't be afraid of a little fun at home.
Don't shut up your bouses lest the sun
should fade yonr carpet and your hearty
laugh should shake down tbe musty old
cobwebs there. If you want to ruin
your sons, let them think that all mirth
and social enjoyment must be left on
the threshold without, when they come
home at night. When once a borne is
regarded as a place only to eat, drink
and sleep in, tbe work is begun that
ends- in reckless degradation. Young
people must have fun and relaxation
somewhere; if they do not find it at
their own hearthstone, it will be sought
in other and less profitable places.
. On Thursday afternoou the freight
train going south carried two or three
flat cars and caboose loaded with pass
engers who bad been at the Fair in Mil
lers burg. At Eillbock station the train
.stopped before it got quite to the depot,
and most of the passengers got off then.
' Mrs. Negley, an old lady, who was sit
ting on one of the fiat cars, raised up to
get off also, when tbe train started
with a jerk, which threw Mrs.Negley
between the cars. Several cars passed
over her breast before the train could
be stopped. She died Immediately. The
managers ef the train are blamed by
some for being careless, but we do not
know whether justly or not. Mrs.Xeg
ley was. a, sister of ilrg. James Moor-
. head of Hillersburg, aud was a women
' highly respected and beloved in the
community. She was bnried on Sab
bath morning. '
Sad Death. Will You!
Bender we put the question right at
you : Will you furnish us with items of
local interest that transpire in your
neighborhood 1 We do not ask yon to
get yonr neighbor to do so, but we ask
you to do so yourself, and do it imme
diately as the events transpire. Don't
say that yon can't write for the press.
We don't ask yon to do that. Write to
as just aa if you were relating tbe mat
ter te one of your neighbors. All we
want is the naked facts. If any dress
ing is needed we will furnish the clothes
and give you tbe credit. We want to
make good - local paper, but we can
not be every place at all times, and must
depend on our friends. ' Too can help
us furnish a good paper. We don't want
-long homilies about abstruse questio ns,
but we want itetns that are fresh, piq
; uant, interesting and newsy.
- . Our county Fair passed off pleasantly
last Wednesday Thursday and Friday.
The weather was all any one could
ask for, and the attendance
was quite good -' the second
and third days. Floral Hall was
well filled, there being some of the finest
work there we have seen at fairs for
several years. The vegetable depart
ment was qnite good. There was a large
variety of excellent specimens Irom ev
ery class of vegetables. Fruit was good,
but not quite so floe as last year. The
fruit crop this season is small and rather
inferior. There was a good showing of
grain and seeds of all kinds. Mechan
ics Ball was full, and attracted much
attention. . . .. i
The ehowing of stock was limited,
but there were some very good sheep,
bogs and calves, Holmes coqntvcaq
toast, of some excellent farm
an! buggy . horses. .. Tbe display . of
machinery this season was quite limited
Two good drills were on exhibition)-
tbe "Superior" and the -Buckeye,"
both of which are very good. The
walking race between Mr. F. Wlllard
and Mr. Charles Korns, sr., was quite
interesting. They are both eightp-one
years old, and walked half a mile In
nnenilM((et,Willlard was tbe champion
He says he can do it in seven minutes if
be tries. These gentlemen are both very
bale and hearty for their age. On the
whole our fair was a success.
Dall the people's Photographer, tf
For tbe great ten dollar suits, for
neir curaumiy anu nanasome styles,
pay your atteutien and call at Isaac
. When you come to town to get nio-
tures, don't stop until you find Court
ney ft Appieton's gallery corner Main
ana uepot sts. tf
The Post Office.
In last week's Farmer the editor be
ing at a loss what further to say, after
using op his vocabulary of epithets
and contumely' in bnrling them at us
pitches into us as Postmaster and charg
es ns with irregularities, and says that
government detectives have been in the
neighborhood for days at a time during
the past three year. We have bad charge
of the PostofBce in Hillersburg a year
and a half, and this is the first complaii
we have heard. It is strange that we
have beard nothing of this, if it be
true. It is a proof that all was right or
we certainly should have beard of it
If we make mistakes sometimes, it
nothing more tnan every postmaster
does, and we are always glad when such
mistakes are pointed out to ns in a prop
er manner, so that we can avoid them
in the future. Our books are always
open for Inspection by the proper au
A correspondent describes a neighbor
ing fair as similar to that celebrated
fair out west, a few years ago, where
jackass and a peck of tomatoes were the
only things exhibited the jackass
broke loose in the night, ate np the to
matoes, was taken with the cholera
morbus, kicked himself to death, and
in the morning was found on his back
with his kickers stretched towards the
heavens, mctely signifying the busted
condition of the fair.
Thieves Going to the Country.
by onr city papers that
since tbe panic has seized npon some of
the people In tbe country, and induced
them to withdraw their deposits from
tbe banks, that the thieves, like the buz
zards, smell their game afar off, and
have gone to tbe country like vultures,
to light npon and rob those who are
likely to have their money at their
homes. We would caution our friends
in the country to be on the lookout for
I some people never can exactly
fathom tbe meaning of the term local
enterprise, a eo temporary defines it as
follows for their benefit. It is just this
If you can think of anything that can
be done to beautify or build np your
town, go and do it; don't fight tbe lay
ing down of a new sidewalk because
you have to pay your share of tbe ex
pense; keep your capital at home; pat
ronize borne industries; help your own
merchants to sell more, so that they can
sell cheaper; always get your work
done in your town if possible ; subscribe
and pay for tbe county papers, don't
steal or borrow tbe reading of them. If
yon follow these suggestions, and if
your town does not improve and build
np, it will not be your fault.
A Happy Thought,
Tbe cool evenings of tbe present
month remind ns that winter is fast
coming upon us. How enjoyable it will
be during that bleak season to sit at
one's own fireside in the evenings sur
rounded by bis family and the comforts
of home. What can add more to these
comforts than a house well furnished
with good reading matter, books, mag
azines, newspapers, Ac The evenings
are growing longer, and it is pleasant
to draw around the fireside and spend
the time ia getting mental instruction.
The mind must have food, as well as tbe
body. There is a great deal of un
heal thful mental food, just as there is
of food for the body. This should be
avoided with as much care as we do
that which would injure our bodily
health. Parents, see then that your
children are supplied with books and
papers. In addition to other periodicals
every family should have a good local
paper in order that all may know what
going on in different parts of the
county, as well as abroad. Such a pa
per is the Republican. Every family
should have it.
Thermometric and Barometric Notes
for September, 1878.
REPORTED BY Dr J. G. BIGHAM.
Observations made at 7 A. M.
ller. Bar. Wind.
redeg. 29. S W Raining.
2. 57 u 29.10 Calm. Clear.
29.20 " "
29. S Cloudy.
29.05 S.W. Clear.
29 JO Calm
29.30 Calm. Clear. .
29.20 S. W. Clear.
29.10 N. W. Cloudy.
29.10 Calm. Cloudy.
29. S. Raining.
29.20 Calm. Clear.
29.30 " Clear.
29.30 " Clear.
29. S. W. Raining.
29.30 Calm. Cloudy.
Average temperature, 6320.
Height of Barometer, 29.17 inches.
Dedication of the German Lutheran
The German brethren have been
building their new church during the
past year or two, and have at last eom
pleted it- On Sabbath last the services
of dedication were held in the church.
In tbe morning Rev. Carr of Wines
burg, preached in German, after which
Rev. O. Badgley of tbe M. E. church
preached in English. It was tueu an
nounced that the present indebtedness
of tbe chorch was about $1700. A pledge
of this amount was asked of the people
in order that the church might be dedi
cated free of debt- The entire cost ol
the house was not quite $5000. The
house is not large, but is neat and com
fortable. . Subscriptions were then
started at $50 each, to which eleven re
sponded. Seven gave $40, four, $30,
nine, $25, five, $20, ten, $16, twenty-three
$10, and a large number $5. A collec
tion was taken up, and the whole
amount was found to be $1862.40, more
than enough to cover all indebtedness.
ORRVILLE, Oct. 7th, 1873.
Missus. Editor: Below I give you
time-table for the C. Mt. V. & C. R. R.
excursion trains to Central Ohio Fair
on the 16th and 17th inst., which please
publish in your paper;
Leave Gann 7 :00 a. m. Round trip, $1 90
itlaclccreeK 7 :4U - - " 1 40
Killhuck,8K)0 " "115
Millersburg 8:20 " " 90
ilolmesville 8:38 " " 70
Fredericksburg 8:53 " " 65
Applecreek 9:13 " " 30
Arrive at Orrville 9 :45 a. m.
Leave Orrville south 6:00 p. m.
M. C. ROUCH, Sec'y.
Finest five cent Cigar
The finest black and plain colored
suits in beaver, kersy, castor and doeskin
will sold at the lowest market price,
at Isaac Marx's. 6nio2
Latest styles ef fall and winter
Clothing just received at Maxwell's,
wmcu win oe sola cheap lor cash. 6tr
IN TOWN AND OUT.
Going a nutting.
Orrville Fair next week.
Wayne County Fair this week.
Hall the people's Photographer.
Keep an eye windward for spurious
Hazy, golden October only the
gold isn't ripe yet.
The leaves are assuming the "hec
tic flush" of dissolution.
See that your township is snpplied
with tickets in time.
B. J. Young keeps the best assort
ment or candy in town. 52tl
Xuts of all kinds are plenty and
the youngsters are "gathering them in."
Xow is the time to pick apples and
eider make, boil apple-butter and pump-
wiu pies cm tie.
The Modoc s were ban zed last Fri
day. About one thousand Indians wit
nessed tiie sight.
Fall movinsr has bes-un. and dirt
wiu turn up. mis and death are cer
tain to every housekeeper.
The Grand Lod-re of the Masonic
fraternity of Ohio, will meet in Colum-
ous, on the third Tuesday of October.
Don't fail to 20 and ret some of
those beautilul Crayon photographs,
maoe oy Courtney & Appieton's. ti
Let there be no lack of tickets at
the polls. Call and get the tickets for
your townsmp in good time.
Don't forzet election day Toesdav.
Jcioicr iWi. lie there and do your
Have you bad your morning's
morning this morning?" is the latest
way or putting it-
If you want a fine dress suit tou
can be suited in price and quality at
isaac Marx s - omoz
A vote is sometimes lost by not hav
ing tickets convenient. Let there be a
good supply on bands.
A little personal conversation with
your fellow Republican just now will
bring him to the polls. Do not neglect
There is every prospect of eood
quail and partridge shooting the com
ing fall, as young birds are reported
very plentiful. ,
It is estimated by good authorities
that there are not over twenty thou
sand dollars' worth of Northern Pa
cific Railroad bonds held in Ohio.
The financial panic is subsiding and
confidence and deposits are being re
stored to banks throughout the coun
For Soda, Pic nic. Lemon. Susrar
Cream Crackers go to Lang's he al
ways has a fresh supply at Wholesale &
-When your boy tumbles from some
one of the numerous nut trees in tbe
neighborhood of Millersburg, send us
The largest and best selected stock
ready-made Clothing can be found
attne united states Clothing Store ol
Isaac Marx. omoz
Tbe C. Mt. V. &C. railroad has
sixteen locomotives, two hundred and
nttv freight cars, aud twenty-two first-
class passenger coaches.
The fresco painters have just fin
ished painting the parlor of D. S. Uhl,
Jsq. lie notr nas the finest finished
parlor in town.
The shows have all gone, the fair is
over, the theatre has departed, the elec
tion will soon be over, and Millersburg
in oe quiet once more.
A Wisconsin boy puts a sheepskin
shirt on when he expects a "licking: '
from the school teacher, and the tench-
is amazed at the way that boy can
bold out before he hollers. - - - .
Don't put it off any lonser. You
have no lease ot your life, so go at once
hue you are redolent with health and
beauty to Courtney & Appieton's, and
your picture taken. tf
One of our fashionable youths
donned his first silk hat aud cigar Sat
urday evening. He got along well
enough with the cigar, but he had to
give up the hat it made him sick at tbe
At a candy-pull, recently, the two-
gallon pot full of blazing liquid was
out in the yard to cool, while the
jollity went on inside. Tbe cat's corpse
was removed, and the candy given to
One of our residents about to de
part west, desires to sell a sitting in one
the most eligible groceries in town.
stove is one of the most powerful
the market, and the cracker and su
barrels are in easy distance. . ri
Tis an exchange that says : At one
time Saturday there were five bald head
men iu one of our stores, looking
icantlv about, and each one thought
fully rubbing his head with a finger that
had a thread tied about it. .
There are people in the world who
esteem it so extreuielv vulgar to express
emotion, that if an earthquake were re
ported to nave happened in their neigh
borhood, they would consider it a proof
their good breeding not to have
been moved by it.
"How do von get along with your
arithmetic?" asked a father ot his little
boy, who answered and said : "I've ci
phered through addition, partition, sub
traction, distraction, abomination, justi
fication, hallucination, derivation, am
putation, creation and adoption !"
For a nice white shirt and also all
wool flannel and cassimeres, shirts of
hich we have purchased a lar-e stock.
are able to sell them cheaper than
other House in town, at Isaac
Obstructions on the sidewalk should
avoided as far as possible. Of course
due privileges will be extended for
purpose of making improvements,
no person should allow matters to
endanger the public travel or safety.
-A Bay City, Mich-, damsel, while
her way to a dentist's office to have
an aching tooth attended to, was asked
by a friend if she was going to have it
extracted ? She replied, "No, I am go
ing to have it pulled out; they can't
come any of their new-fangled games
How much more we might make ol
our family lite, of our friendships, il
every secret thought of love blossomed
into a deed! lsut there are words, leaks
and observances which speak of love,
and there is scarcely a family that might
not be richer iu heart-wealth for more
When your spirit is sad within you;
when friends seem false and all about
you gloomy; when hopes once radiant
as the rosy morn flee away as dew drops
before the sunbeam ; when your sleep is
broken by horrid visions, causing you to
yell out; these aie signs your liver is
torpid,- or that you ought to shell out
what you owe the printer.
Baby shows continue to be regard
ed as among the strongest attractions ot
State and county fairs in the west and
southwest. In our exchanges we find
programmes of several at which prizes
as high as $500 in the aggregate are of
fered for well developed youth under
A fellow on being asked to write a
testimoninl for a patent clothes wringer,
produced tbe following: "I am im
mensely pleased with it. I purchased a
load of wood, which proved green and
unfit to burn. I ran the whole load
through your clothes-wringer, and 1
have used the wood for kindling ever
An exchange says there are several
bngs which fanners and gardeners
ought never to kill. One is a large jet
black fellow that runs like a race-hore.
He lives on busts. Another is a black
fellow, with yellow spots, rather active,
mat lives on the wiro and grub worm.
As a rule, it is safe not to kill any hug
that travels rapidly. They arc the un
derground hawks and eagles, and live
on the slow-goers, which, in turn, live
on the corn and wheat and potatoes ot
the lariners. But Iheru is one bnir how
ever, that ought to he killed. That is
the great "humbug" that edits the
Cameo pictures at Hall's Gallery.
In many parts of Nebraska wood
very scarce and has to be hauled a great
distance. It must therefore, of necessi
ty be dear. A substitute is found how
ever which is cheaper and more con
venient to be had. We mean corn.
Hundreds and thonsands of bushels' of
it are used every winter. When it gets
well dried, it makes quite a hot fire, but
is not so desirable as wood or coal.' We
think from the appearance of tbe corn
this fall, that even this substitute for
fuel will be scarce in that cold region
The grasshoppers there, as in Iowa, al
most destroyed the torn. A person soon
gets tired and weary travelling oyer
these wide, outstretched prairies, -there
being so much sameness. We take din
ner at Lincoln, and arrive in sight of
the Missouri river about two o'clock.
An hour later we arrive at Omaha. -Not
having time to stop over here, we take
the transfer ears and an hoarafcerfinds-j
us in Council Bluffs, on board tbe train
for Chicago, by way of the Burlington
and Missouri River road.- Tbe bridge
across the Missouri ' river Is ' f ery
large, and must have cost an immense
amount of money. Passengers on all
the roads are transferred across the
bride by these transfer cars, which it
seems belong to a separate company.
For the privilege of riding across this
bridge and to Council Bluff's, a distance
of three miles, each passenger pays fif
ty cents, provided be has not a thiougb
tickets. At Omaha we bid good bye to
our courteous conductor, Mr. .W. H.
Morse, with whom we travelled from
Plattsmouth to Kearney Junction and
back to Omaha. - He will please accept
our hearty thanks for attentions shown
ns." As we leave Council Bluffs, for
twenty-five mlleV we travel down tbe
river through a rich prairie between
the river and the bluffs. These bluffs
have a most peculiar appearance when
the sun is shining npon them. . They
ook like huge snow drifts, except in
color. As the sun falls angling npon
them, the shadows formed on their
sides give tbema look of grandeur from
distance. ..After leaving Pacific Junc
tion we gradually ascend a small stream
until we finally reach the level or roll-
ng land. We here meet with Mr. Pe
ter Redick of Wooster, who had been
on a visit to his brother in Omaha, and
was now on his way home. His broth
er is one of the wealthiest" "men' In
Omaha, having gone there several years
ago, and bought large tracts of land in
aud around the city.. '.' By tradipg'and
speculating, he has amassed an im
mense fortune. Night comes on, aud
about ten O'clock we arrive at Afton, in
Union county, Iowa, where we stop off
to spend a- day with some relatives
which we had not seen for twelve years
and some of which we had never seen
before. Afton . is a town of about a
thousand Inhabitants, and is the county
seat of Union county. The county is
not thickly settled, is rather rough, or
considered so there, although compara
tively smooth, compared to the greater
portion of Holmes county. We spent
the day very pleasantly, and in the
evening start for borne direct. :. Tbe
sleeping cars being all full we were
compelled to doze away tl? night as
best we could. Daylight finds us at
Burlington. : This is -a large lown or
city, situated on the hills and in the val
leys. There is a great deal of business
done here. We halt a few minutes, and
then pass over tbe Mississippi and on to
Galesburgh, where we take breakfast.
This is the best eating house we have
ever seen at any railroad station, i It
the reputation of being that, and
that justly. We enjoyed our breakfast
exceedingly. Galesburgh is quite a
railroad town. The shopsof the Chica
Burlington tjulncy road are lo
cated there. Several roads branch off
from there to Peoria, Quincy, &e. That
afternoou at four o'clock we find our
selves again in - Chicago, and just have
time to go from one depot to another
before starting for Orrville. At half
past five we leave the city, but before
get outside the -city limits, we stop
suddenly, and we find that our train has
into a herd of cattle that were at
tempting to cross the track. j9ix in all
bad been knocked from tbe track, four
which were killed, one of which was
in two.' The tender- was-ttirown
from tbe track. Nearly half an hour
elapsed before we moved on ', Thanks
a comfortable sleeping berth tre got
good night's rest, and at halt pajt aix
Saturday morning we took breakfast'at
Hurd House in Orrville.''; Half pist
twelve found ns once more at home in
Millersburg, alter an absence of nearly
twelve days, and. having passed.nrer
nearly , twenty-two hundred: miles ai a
cost of less than twenty-five dollars
each, all told.
And now la few words iu conclusion
concerning the lauds owned by this rail
road the Burlington & Missouri river
railroad Co. jAs; we,have said before
these lauds lying along the route are
fertile and attractive, having advantages
locality and soil, which are essential
theestimation of farmers. They are
settling up rapidly, and trade, manufac
tures, arts, science and all the attend
ants of refinement and luiury7 which
enterprise can Introduce' and' thrift
maintain, are rapidly following the
march of settlement. Millions of acres,
comprising many of the- best prairie
lands of Iowa and Nebraska, are for
by this company on ten years cred
it, at six per cent interest. The prices
these lands range generally in Iowa
from $8 to $18 per acre, and in Nebras
ka, from $4 to li per acre, with some
and some more. The terms of sale
easy. The purchaser pays at the
outset one years interest at six per cent
the value of tbe laud. At tbe com
mencement of each of the second, tilled
fourth years, he makes another
similar payment of six per cent only.
At the commencement of tbe fifth
year he makes payment of one-seventh
part of the principal of the purchase
money and one year's interest at six per
cent, on the remainder, and the same at
commencement of each successive
year thereafter,' until all bas been paid.
he chooses to pay cash down, or one
third cash and the balance in oil e and
two years, with interest at ten percent,
annually, he is allowed an outright dis
count of 20 per cent, or one-filth, from
me ten year price oi me land. .
For particulars relative to these lands.
address Geo. 8. Harris, Land Commis
sioner, Burlington, Iowa, who will give
you the desired information. , CI,
Quite a lot of new sidewalks are
being put down, on Maiu street. We
hope tbe work will go on, and extend
some of the other streets.
Some of the weather-wise are pre
dicting an early winter.
L. Rottinan is selling piles of goods
Benton. an anu examine his goods.
The fair, it seems, hardly paid ex
penses mis season, t ne income irom
eating houses, candy stauds, Ac-, was
quite small to what It was other years.
From present indications II. E. Day
win oe our next sneriu. s. ' - .
The "Old Ring" Democracy are
uaru at wont. . - , .
A good many Democrats would
vote lor the regular nominee, no matter
who or what ne was, jn st because be is
the regular nominee, rather than vote
lor a good man ou the other ticket.
The Money Order System.
The Pos toftice "Money Order Depart
ment in Washin-torr has lisen to some
prominence hr cormettlcm 'with the
events of tbe late excitement, -and has
provided an unusual convenience to the
public. The money orders -being Invariably-paid
iif' legal tend!rx Botes',
many business men have taken them
for the largest aUovpible amounts. The
receipts from their Issue' at the post-
office have readied as much as $$0,000
in a single day ot tne past weeic.and
the disbursements to $53,000, all in legal
tenders.' '-pinee the beginning of the
monev strinrrencv the buainessrrKhls
ipeeial branch has- risen nearly twentv,''
per cent, on the issue and ten poa-afc--'
on the receipt-, of the money orders.
The Money Order System. "Epithets.
The. redifjpf of tbe. Famet jtlij-rat-ed
bis paper, and disgusted his readers last
week, by uttering 'iirai&f Jglaagil-
phrases and vileepithets against us en
tirely uncalled for. '- We shall not lower
tine standard ot our. paper, by answer
ing them, but shall let them pass by un
heeded,' knowing that tficy" werfthe
work of an angry moment, and that
their sdtfior; Is already ashameij of (heir
By bill J printed at this office we no
tice that the sale of -personal property
belonsringto Samuel Robinson, deceas
ed, will take place Uct- loth, at ten
o'clock. - '
Most of the corn b cut ia this and
adjacent counties. ,
Ferrotype pictures at Hall's- Gallery,
Go to Maxwells' if yon., want your
dollars to spin out the farthest. ott
If von want a good dinner en- Fair
days or any other days,go.to 4. r Lari
mer.. . , ij. ;j . 1; . : ; nil , wa
It is surprising what splendid pho
tographs Courtney & Apple toil make,
since tney attended tne jfnotograpmc
convention. ..... ,.... t 1 1, ..u
Lang keeps the best flour In town
r. -f-t.' : ': :.- - i ' ,i m :u.ft': '3 f
For the nicest assortment of luck
skin- chinchilla and : kid aloves and
gauntlets of the best make and all col
ors, go to Isaac Alan 's. . . ... . .. 511102
Mrs. Wbolf and MisS Emma Myers
have moved their Millinery and Dress
making establishment to the room over
Wbolf, Tidball Co's. store, where
they will be glad to meet their old friends
and many new. ones.-'. Tney nave just
received a large assortment-of' new
goods, such as bonnets, hats, fancy
goods, patterns0 Bar-ticuiar atten
tion 1s Tailed to their new patterns.
Call and see them. tf
Tobacco of all brands at Lang's. 3tf
-CFot tte. Seat land cheapest line of
gents' furnishing goods, go to Isaac
Something new Crayon ,Photo-
grapha at Courtney & AppletoB.'s.' tf
Latest styles of hats and caps just
received at Maxwells . Call and see
them. , 5tf
Go to Lang's Bakery for all kinds
good uroceries rewisionsuretr
Shadow pictures at Hall's Gallery.
18tf " '- -1 - -
is what we are selling
Silver Plated Ware at list prices. Tea
spoons, per set $I,C2WC, formerly $2,50:
tablesspoons, $3K, formerly $5,00 per
set. !,.' HrfAUOBS
ltf '- : -i ' ' I .;
Best Family Groceries at J. P. Lar
imer's. " lw
We can sell cheaper for cash, from
ten to fifteen ner cent less than any
other clothing bouse in IS ortnern Ohio.
Our motto is, "quick sales and small
profits," at the United States Clothing
Store of Isaac Marx's, two doors west
of the Uourt House. iMP-l
Oh wad esw Fate 9 Mt at grfcus
To see oursel's as ithers see us,
Just go to Courtney & Appieton's and
sit for a Photograph af id jrou have it.
Everything in the furnishing gnods
line sold at greatly reduced prices at
Maxwells . -: i ' i t i-a . . otr-
Reward of Merit.
If you want any crocel-ies; go to B.
J. Young. . f.in-iii 'in. - 52tf
The mammoth stock of Overcoats,
in various styles, colors and quality-thatf
lias never been seen .DeiorQ. i;,y e ouer
them to our customers at a great bar
gain, at Isaac iiarx's. J -5mo2
It will surprise you to see the hand
some patterns,. of. unnortedllwool
cassimeres rir suits -anti Ws9 pants and
vests, and custom made, and best, trim
mings, all made in the latest style, from
twelve to fifteen dollars pcrsuit go to
Isaac Marx's,; . 'J.- c.lt'- vmo2 ,
The following, strong certificate as to
tne curative virtues oi auss sawyers
Salve, we clip from the Patten Voice:
" We are happy to ny before onr
readers, the . following cure, effected' by
the use of Miss Sawyer's' Salve.
Mr. Silas Bryant ' or snerman,' Jias
been afflicted for years' with, what the
doctors pronounced a scrofulous cancer.
He consulted the most skillful physi
cians in vain, and . was finally induced
to try Miss owyer's balve and now jit
ter using the forth , box, he- is entirely
cured, and enjoys perfect health, i tf
1 To all who are in need of paper, en
velopes, &c, plain pr fancy, we would
state, that we have , a good assortment
on hands, arid are' fitting up the room
back of the Post OlSce, where ssmples
of our stock can be seen. The best
brands of Cap, Legal Cap, Fools Cap,
Note Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads'
Note aud Letter Paper, always ou hands
Envelopes of all styles and colors.- Oar
paper and envelopes are. of the best
quality, 4rtd will bi sold at the very
lowest figures. Persons wishing to have
their cards printed on their envelopes,
or letter heads. n have it done at lit
tle expense. Please remember that all
kinds of Stationery cau be had at
wholesale or retail.
. . .
If you want good cigars, go to B.
J.Young. . 52tf
The best, most desirable and largest
stock of Jraip.es and jaoulrijugs can be
found at Coe-tney t AppletoiA;. tf
Don't spend ' a 'dollar" for' Clothing
until you . hive called at Maxwells'.
They sell the cheapest. . ott
IJ:ave'ffit in a Buffalo Soale and-jm
really tcr-supply nil order, at the Baffle.
All-orders left at Yefglu's Drugfore
wlU be promptly fillcd.C'lennee-jLjjnd
honest weight guaranteed to allfor
Casn. r. t - . i l I. .1 f.JOHS HORN.
50m3. , ... , ,
For a fine line' of "bats and cans, un
equalled In style and quallty.-wlll cor-jj
responu with our low prices in general,
at Isaac Blarx'si., ' 1 . ; '5ino2
"-Splendid dinners will be served bv
J.P.. Larimer during the Fair. Opposite
iiie JMupira, turnse, .. jr.,,- i,.'
, .. .. t. Wnnt clerk.
. i ..i.'-ik 'iiVani. a part uer, '
...w rt Wan a, &uiutiQUr,,.i. .v v '
1 - : V - rtVnt a scrvaut ciTl, " ,v
..".. Mrai4 w sell a uUuo, . :
; Waut to sell a carriAgei "',
Vont to bur or sell a farm, "
. " ; Want a Iroardlng place," ,
. Want to iel , town property, ;
"Want to sell groceries or i(rug; ',
Want to sell h out eh old tirnlture,
Want to eU dry goodfe or caneU, ,
Want to . fljid ,cutairs for- aiutiiinr,'
AdTertlfDg , will gain new -euKtomer
Advertisinje wflT kv&fl iolrt exiatompnt, '
( . AdvertihUia: lilteraiiy. always a,r
tl AdfeKUingi makc . enccflsa etwy, t
5Vdforti-rtnr bevets conllrtence, J
Advertltung sltows energy.
AdrertUin shows elae
Advertise or 'bust,"
. Attrerttse Ioti g
-.j-.. - .
Mrs. Battin is just receiving a full
lioeof Fell and Winter Millinery-Goods,
cansistuigf Hats, Bonnets Feathers,
Hair Goods, fcc, and would invite all
in want of such to give her a call..' 6w2
Eureka! Eureka!! Eureka!!!
Glass Bros, respectfully' announce to
the citizens of Millersburg and its sur
rounding that thev have onened a lirst-
elass Coffee Saloon and Restaurant,
which will be designated as the Post
Office Exchange, where, freshmentsi
will be served in good style."" Call irrl
all ye that thirst and they will give
tnee annK, and ye that hunger, can
rnp.i- a, toi Ktr
r. neej y r
All persons indebted to the Mfllers-
burg machine company on book-account
are. requested te call at the Company
Office and settle try cash ofnote, as the
books mtwt be settled. . A" .accounts re
maining unsettled unHl ftov. 1st 'next,
will be sued. By order ot tbe i
J - ' DIRECTORS.
H. II. RoBixsaN,ec'y. jw3
ir Fimttiret-ff' 0
The firm of Messrs. Taylor JT Sharp,
has-been doing good trade in -the. Fur
niture Dusiness. Une of tbe nrm is now
away buying a new stock, and in a few
days they! wiU.'banre their- store tooms
packed with' hew styles." To those who
need lew furniture, we would say, go
to lay lor A aharp, and examine their
stock. Their new goods will, be on in
few days, when our citizens will have
chance of getting choice -furniture atj
very reasonable rates. ine wont tney
sen at close ngnres. uau and taxe
lookjiX tjheir stock . (t.
We furnish Envelops with a Busi
ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as
the DianK,enveiopes can be purchased
Groceries and Provisions at J, P.
Larimer's. The bos; teas, cdffees and
sugars in tne market. iw
If you want a fine picture already
framed, subscribe for tbe illustrated
"Peoples Monthly,''' pictorial paper for
the fireside. Pictures delivered from
four to tea days after subscribing. . The
paper and pictures' can- be seen at the
fost Office. il. M. cu-rxcteHAM,
tf "Agent ,
2-ift) further' need 'of going t the
city to get a fine photograph and frame
Courtney and Appieton carf fill the
mil to a. -t '
--For the best Syrup t X. O. .Molas
ses go-to Lang's. . -tr 3tf
'All kind of pictures at Hall's gal
Nicest assortment of Cakes &r Can
ute, ab UIDg'B. i - r- , -
Millersburg Market. October 8, 1873.
'-- - 800
- - ' 45
.. . KalOO
-- OCiI-t', -p UU31L. . . M
TIMOTHY SEED, - - S,5
ILAt BtfiU. -.IT: 11- a
WHITE BEANS, 1 CO
POTATOES, " - . 5
HAY,u)o,r''i-s-; -?r- - MOO
rWinv?Wi, Retail, r - .
WHBAT, White bosh- '
WHEAT. Red. t bosh.
CORN, per bush - . -
RYE. . ", . - : -
BARf.xvr.6r-,i-' - '-
OATS, W bash:' '- -
CLOVER SEED, bash- .
EGGS. ! doz
UTTER, (in roll) lh.
H.MWJ-I - M. A
SHOULDERS, 9 lb-, -
DRIED APPLES. lb
DRIED PEACHES. lb-
WOOL, ! lb.
SaLT. bbiT retail, - ' ' - " . ' i 50
18 oer bn&h.
WOOD, uer cord.-, .
CHESTNUTS; perftlMh. '
but in l is per ansa.
S WX9 l
- - T5
Cleveland Money Market.
CLEVELAND, Oct 7. 1873.
The foUowinff are the closinr rates of Specie
anibtit eraaia-it aeaaotift tnan aaajatet: .
Gel"1-'"-'"--- lis-1 ; " uo
silver larg-e us . u
liver -man ii nr
oM of 1881. exi'eonao-M Mitel fl
Five-Twenties (1882) . lis , 110
Five-Twenties (18K4 118)1 ; ' 110
Five-Twenties (1885) . old 110 " 111
Five-Twenties (1 865- coupon 111. 113K
Five-Twenties (1S6T) coupons 114 US
Fire-Twenties (1868) coupons 114 . . 115
orties ex. coupons lis liu
CLEVELAND, Oct 7. 1873.
FLOCa White XXX,,-,- "WIS
" White Xi-.j.r.v 8 00
Red and Amber 7 so
but Tf nice ...r..;..:.
Red:.-:;:..rj.:-.-..-.i.V:.1.;l ' .1 46
CoS -. 554
SHOKiia. tlEi-TS Hana . r. J---. . J-.i TVAM
" shoulders' lue
" : Bacon 11c
bd Pa.cn is Peeled
Potatoes pot bu.
PITTSBURG, Oct. 7, 1873.
Wheat White tl SB
" Red 1 50
.. - , voc
Flora White X,T. t-tt-tr '
vvniteJSi. ...... ...
Red shif Amber
hoekp Meats Hams .'-....-....
LHEbSE . . t..,S4 .r ..-.r . ,..'.. .
libd.. . ...... .w. . .- -t..-.M
Iibiid PfacheS Peeled ...'.'.. .'.f...
EinAniu v". ................ . . w. v
New York Market.
NEW YORK Oct. 7. 1873.
Wheat White...;.-......;..-..-.... si 78
" Superfine Western S5 SO
BCTTEa t 16aX5c
Llr.m.,;B". .4.'(i-ft. -' , "e
HIMX r-.W ..i.rtV.Am. . ' lsaidc
A GltSTL-esrAV' who sueiisd' Ibi years
fW.nfVa.vMu lsrUltsi.r Vias-uiUtM naiaa-faT MnA
tbe effects o youthful lodiiMsretlot. will.ror p
imKc oi sunenng ddbmbi. ivriQirww an,
UCU 1S lite rwiw m uinwtwu rwi uiaa-
tne simple remedy dt wdicd ne wu enrai.
ferers wMliiuaT to oruaSt br thft.adertier
experience cn do so iy ddressing', in erfect
toutldtnce, JOHN B. OGDfcN,
No. 42 Odmr strevt. New York.
Children Often Look Pale and Sick ,
ao other C9UC than having worms ia the
'' Brmen'MermiMQt Cpttm .. - -T
desttoa V'orms without injury to the child
beinr nerlectlv White, and liee from all col-
oriav-vr. other injurious iuaredieAtsJlsually
UWiili worm preararis . -l
' J CUKt-i -bUW9i, PreVAeterst
Ko SIS Fulton street. New York.
BeM to Dnigiwut ttoamkua-aa jlealert
Meiiiciue at 25 ceuU a Box. 4Syl
years' experiesee . sri otdf ahrie.
of one or the bt female Physicians and
nurse in tne u nicewBcasea, aaa nss Men usee,
U0 veart with never-iailinr ssieev and snc
hy-milUonsof motbei. and childraa, tram
tB.iettme laianseu eaereea oia to taeasnut.
corrects aciditj or the stomach, rel.eres
wind colic, regulates the bowels, and giros
health ahd comfort to mother and eLlitl.
believe it to be the best and surest remedy
tnv wvnu iu an cc oi js y-.ery ana vnr-
rAiMfet.,Af(l-axwhetheritatiacs from teeth
log or from any other cause. Full directions
u3!ng wilt .aocompauy each bottle. None
genuine unless, the fao-slitalleof CWBTts 4
PEHKIXS bon theoutslde wtapper. Soldby
Alolicine Dealer. ' 47yl ,
V I. ' ' '
HouaBholdvFanaCt) 4V- Fni(li liniment
the best remedy In the Wrld for the follow
inff complaints, vU: Cramps in the Limbs and
Stomach, Pain in thestumach, Bowels or side.
nilDMHM .H US MirUl--tMll-. J. WIC,
NeuralKia. C'holes-, Dynury.,-Uut9,
Sprains aad. Braises, TL30Jls aud Fever.
Internal anil KxteBsutl L'.e.
It -ofientrinh ht not only to relieve the pa
timih.lxH.aall rely removes the cause of the
it penetrate and pervades the
whole syateiny ra boring- healthy action. to all
parts, and quickening tbe blowU .
Tk4 mi. Wu ?mici it nurely VegelhWe
All-Healing. " "
rrepared by "- CCTtTIS BROWN,
1 ' No. its Fdlton street, Sew York.
'hlj.aM rutgisu. 4Tyt
1 1 n
) ( jVl TjB A THEH.
re-a-s-a-s ai a-a-ai-ivi
ASWM'- n0 'ir V
kt - . i r:' j frA A '
, JACOB ,
matSuiX. .isuffi. i" ,10. ..nu
iETdot sS' Stbe Store.
6 eniJpeO .eouns-il
Thlrstffik.' b7 M6efk .3f paTehlxtl di-
iwt iruiu tne juitiiuraurory, at
' PRICES of all
t -l ft'- . .-...'.--.7
Of the BEST TAKEES OF GOODS
,.,.IX, THE, MARKET. , Oiir
Prices are far below '
rr;c::-jjM b- ..-
any others In the
B ' Market
-cVs to Quality.
CASH & BOTTOM FBIGES !
ONE PRICE TO ALL.
if'.s. e;r?-; j-
'"Fair & Square Dealing i'
IS OUR MOTTO.
ty All can be suited in our stock.
E?"Men, Boys, Women, Misses, Cliil-
t"drea, Youth, die. In fact, we have
tW the goods, and we propose to save
tyyou 23 per cent, upon all goods
fJTbought of us, for the truth of which
E3"please call and see before making
No. 2, National Bank Building,
Aug. '25,' 1873.
TEN REASONS WHY
Art Family skemld fie tuithmt m bottle of
WHITTLESEY in tite koute. ': 1
I St It will twKw l-rea n rtf RiliAUl
Cholie or Cholera Morbus in minutes.
I war -It will cure l he irost obtimUe case of
Djrspopsla and Indigestion 10 a few
'ihe he-t fr9dyf thworVr ior
arxenlrnen rne' first svmj.tt appear."
4th- It is the best diuretic ever put before
public; curing thne distressing complaints.
viuDsiBsiiu vrav isuiciotiier urinary i
th It k a most excellent Emmana'
IOIUA. and In the You nor Clrlfl. tniHHle
aged Women and at the Turn of Life, this
Ecmcuy a 01 incaicuiaoie value. 9
Otha It will lemnw wind fmm th- hnwe-lc
hence a tew Vps in aome-'Srweetcned water
iveu taaoaoe ts Detter tnnn a doTen cordials to
anf make It Sleep Contain-
f no anodyne.
7th. It is a sure rcIW fnr -i.:ii!t -tn.-? rhilrlr-n
with Worms -a a-4 P I aVorme,
will brimr awav the worra-t.
8th. It will cure ihcPilBlind HRinai
rhAdiftl fltffinilrioa ---- t - , ,
fltlaW-lLwiU.ciUa. CilvfVat.atJBan.tfan and Vt
bawels regular. - Il wjlr'ui'-o cn-tt the worn ease
ef8ummeXCOrplax.f auK Dysentery.
"IOtfl IV wflt 'cure Sour Stomach,
Stimulate tbe Liver to healthy action.
lleve He art Burn and act a a ccncral
CWlator or the system.
When uB.eri dfTirfe the df with 'urnrand
Water t n Win e-Ctass full and you
have a pleasant tonic.
Whittlesey lysyepsia Cure) t.orwr hottle.
Whittlesey Ague Cure 50c. per bottle.
w ryiW--icy V'URa. OHinUieS pCT IX-tllC.
.l uy aR drujais.u and warranted
KMttlcsnProf. Bed. Ctv, Toledo.
For Flour, Bread. Calces,
fietrj I6ej Cream, Lemon
ade, Coffee, Sugar, Tea,
Rice, Canned Fruits, Can-
dies. Crackers, Fls, Nuts.
Prunes, English Currants,
Corn Starch, S. C.
Pearl S'tarcn, Dnec
, Dried Apples, Beans,
Honiiny, ..Baking . : Powder,
Cinder, Mustard, Cream
Tartar, r Raisins,: Pepper,
'rl- -..'l -aiLu.-
pil guapi) Ba-4-.a,
Brooms, Mop Sticks, Cin
namon, I Tobacco,' -Cigars,
Stove Polish, Shoe Black-
ing, Candles, Carbon Oil,
Twine, Bed Cords, Bacon,
fcc.v ftc, '
Lang '.s Baker y,
""maim street.' '
. TJ- it
fHs just receive s large stock ' .
4t : i .
I r AMERICAN, SWISS -
4 WATCHES ;
'.".jl In Otj and Mt'SB CASS,
' Gold aad Silver Charms in abun-
. ' dance. A large, assortment
n - of Studs, Buttons. In. S
Z Gold and Silver Rings, w
4 : 1 Gold Bracelets, fine f,
w .Gold Jewelry , . .
.... Ac. .
' Charms, Silver Thimbles," Gold S
f . Pent, Spectacles, -Nickel and. w
Plated Ware, 4c. We
.. t - ooatinue to sell Elgin , f
S , and Waltham
X ! Watehesatfac- ?
. r-ory an . , .; f :
f prices. . w
Call and See oar stock of Goor?- JK '
-Z SB to 100 per cent, saved
w by so doing. We do
as we wih to be
, done by.-. -All i ,
t " .' goods war
i l - it ranteil. 1
X Watches, Chronometert, Clocks,
Jewelry, AcM Repaired on short J
ec7Umkror the Bia Watch
J and Spectacle sign,. f . , ,T ; 2 i
Attention I ' ilveiytody !
' "; 'CALL AT ' .''','
;-asd Brrr.TOCB ; ;
' ! TIN, COPPER-
SHEET - IRON VARE,
Of oar own mannfactnn. Also dealers in
Mahnfactnred by I. J. Mattisoa, Cleveland, O.
- We are Sol MannXactnrers of
'': :;-burgh ss'1'"
PATENT CHIMEY -;TOP,
Gothibshape Prevents Chimneys from smok-
. i. : : ' '
.Job Work of AU Klnds
MADE A SPKCIALTT.
In Conrtney 4 Appieton's Block, 1
4-tf : ' , MIXLERSBtTRG. O.
Lowest in 12 Years
LOWEST IN TOWH.
Come and See !
: Skirts, -: :
; ; ' Flannels,
woo Id miMotfttlly annonnos) that I keep
ootutaatly on hand a good supply of
Fresh Groceries and Pro
visions low flgirras. FRESH MC ATS of U kinds
bo had dally, ,
, AT ALL HOURS.
Streat, opposite the Book Store.
.... :. . ..wh.h. eajto-
NEW, FIRM !
(Snceesson to J. E. Koch, Jr!,)
Are now offering; the Largest and Best Select-
At Greatly Mmi Prices.
OVB STOCK OX i
'. 'COKSISTS OF. V '
Prints, Ginghams, Denims, r
Brown and Bleached Muslins.
Stripes, Delaines, Alpacas,
Mohairs, 1'opuns, Keps, - -..: ';
Herinos, Empress Cloth,
Black, Brown and Colored Silks,
Cloths, Cassimeres, Jeans, -it
Tweeds, Carpet Yarns, &c .: : .:
We hare ever-thing- fn the KOTION line.
-srfe sioca: ox . .. . -. .
Carpets, Oil Cloths
Large Stock of Queensware
Large Stock of Groceries,
Such as Teas, Coffees, Snirars, Symp,' Spices
nice, sueniiiu, soap, xooacco. . JEC
that cannot be so-passed, i -
.U FOR I -r.M ! U
Salt, Fish, Plaster, Lime, Sec,
Ton can always be snpplied br eaJUns on ns.
ter?-'ront fail to exaaiiiie oar stock: before
purcaasina elsewhere. . -..
We pa; the Highest Market rrke.iBCa.sII,
Batter,. Eggs, Lard, Dried ' and
Green Frnits, Bacon,. Wool..
Seeds, Grain, ' Potatoes .
, &c., 4ccn. ',
fisBeaiemher the nlaee KOCH'S tOR-
'. WHOLF, TIDBALL & CO.
Mill-nhorjr. April 1, 18TJ. t attf
MISS SAWYER'S SALVE.
TTERB 70a hatre a salve ttnfcimDa; aootUDf; a-Ml
healing properties, with no dangerous tofred
lenL. A retnedv at haaxl for tbe Kiao-r dum am
cbea, wouoda and bruiaea to which dh ia In
more easily apvlied thaa iiiaaiT other 1
jarvcr pi 7kmv luif m Mem cues, w-aa u wsajss a nirm n aaaaa,
poJo. bbwever severe.
it is prepared oy Mt$ &amftr, who oaa ssea it
ber own exlenarre trartnisnt of tbe sick for
learly twenty years, with great sqecesa. '
Tbe prtDjcipal diseaaea for which Uua sarve Is ree
omoiended are, Ctoibiatn. OTtaawariaai, iVaa.
Scroptia, Ola Ulcer, Salt Rheum, Sprm mna
Fever Sore, friont, Fhmplea, Erympelo, Sir
Eyem, JBarber'w Itch, Deaf men, Boii, Rmv-wtrmi
Cbrng. Jtitem of Jttawfa. Ornctrt, TootMaci, Ear
aofce, Sort jnppte. Baltfnen. SwoUe SnmsU,
ttcft, aeaia new-, leeiArno, . mappea uan
8eat4, Ct9. BrrtUe Cromp, Crmdud Up 1
core oi t nuarm
It never tails to cure Knnnnausni ar nraperfy
ipplied. Bob it on well with the band three times
day.' In eeveraJ eases H baa cored palsied Kmba.
PUea H baa been diecowered to be a aore iras'
?dv. Penona that have been afflicted for Tears
bare been relieved by a tVw arplfeatioa. For try-
ripelat It wortta wonders, sllayirrg the mttammacon
IN qmeuBs; im psaiua?. For mfwftpm aj wmmtw k
3rodueea a care immediately. Let inoae with- Smft
Rheum obtain this Salve, and apply it weety. and
:hey will nod It invaluable. It is jcood in esses ot
Scrqfkta and Tmnnr. Caneero have been cured
with it. Tbe beat satre ever tmirensed for jweiien,
nVeoat ami Sore Ifionlet No war inmrions, bat
van to sflbrd rehef . -Sotoot Wemh Eyr Robit
the lids gently, once or twice s day. Cairsdesf
iksas br DSttinc in the ears on nteee ot cotton.
For Felon this is suDenor to anvtlnns; knosm.
For Ptmptet this acta like s rharnv For atras
and Seotdo apply the Balrs at onoa and It tses
Immediate re lieu For Old aSores, apply ones a
Not among tbe Vca.t of the inraluaMe nropertieB
ot Mm t?AWTras rtALTK are Ha beneficial effects
on tne Dalf -Kabhed sn the scalp, in five or six
different parts, it promotes the growth of the hair.
pre vesta it turning gray, aad on bald spots M pro
duces a new growth or hair. No lady abonld ba
Withsot this iiivahiable rttcie as an i
cosmetic for tiie toilet. Jt etadiealaa dan-irnsT and
disease from the bead, aad blotches and pimples
From Mro. ELIZABETH COOMBS, Srmmmoftk.
Bnrnswic-k. April 4, 147.
Mrs 8a wtt : I received your letter last wit
Ing, aad was very glad yon eonelwded te let BM
tail- ynnr tiatve. 1 think i can do weU with it, and
will ba qnite an awnwno nation my hsabaad,
m as cam-toi get alomg ttnJmmt it. Us has tried
everything etas and bas asvar fowaff anything mat
healed bis leg aa that c)alvs of youm, and wa bavn
both found K to be all, sT erm more, than 90m
rtemmmenditmoe. Ws have had it totae aawly
five or six years, and bars ssed it for erery thing,
andean araygatny atans aessr awrf it tomtf.
nas it for a weak back, and it acts Itks a charm.
Mr. Cosnibs has had a Fever Sor on kieleo Jor
thirty jrwrrs, and mmld horn eripplo as stay, i ho
naa not jowma a romeoy n yonr ioto. u mwwo
hesled, and takes out the insaaatsoa, prowd
flesh and swelling, and does for him ml that as can
ask. I oaa raeoiamewd tt for a rood many Mowm
that yon hav not, for I use tt for every ihiag. X
consider it invaluable In a hunity.
TO TNE AFFLICTED. 1 k"
If yotirIni8Y-tieowt of Um and nighiua
to keep supphod, send sixty eenta as dirscasd bs
krw sad ravetvs a box by istara stall -
Pot on In Largo Brrns at 50 CntS3 eaeh
learlr three times as larre as the box represented
above). Prepared by C. SAWVBrt, and
put up by T M. ROB BINS, WbolvMUtis.
od BetaUl DrutTeTlSt, liocaUAiMt. atfav
Trial Box aent free bv mall on i-soslnt of sixt
. 1 r aa- liikl) nrVTu U i a u. . .
ana oj a, am. nv.u.H mmmnm mm m -THIS
VALPABLK TPj Rarj nw
ALL D&LmUa IN MKDICINaU
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Provision - Store!
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HaTinf purchased a new ek ef Gimieilaa
aad Pro-tsioa. such as Sugar, Got. Sr-an,
Tea, Homiay.CarsoaOil, reaa.CairaiuAfta
sins, Kxtracts. Spices, Ae.
Also eaaned fruits, eaadiet, eora starek and
pearl larch, cracker, bakinf po.d-cvxin-er,
ustard, aopper. etaaasaoa, tpio tan-oo ei-
Sar. saee blackiag, stove palish. I save al
tted up aa oyster roe-a edjoiai aT tore
where oysters will b-r?t p aa ahoH.aa.
Scat, it, ttra