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Power of Example.
In a tone in Bavaria there was
a little tumble-down church
building, where thedukeVasoiten
as ne came inai way used to go
in and pray. If, on cominjer oat
of the chapel,he happened to meet
any or the peasants in the field,
he "loved to converse with them
in a friendly way. .
: One day he met an old man
"with whom he fell into conversa
tion on various things; and tak
ing a liking to the man, he asked
him,in parting if he could do any
thing for him. r , a , . .
The peasant replied, ' "Nohle
sir, yon can not do any belter for
me than yon have done already."
"How so?" answered he. "I do
t Bt know that I have done any
thing for you."
"Bat I know it," said the old
manfor how can I ever forget
that you saved my son? He
travelled so long in the- ways of
in that for a long time he would
have nothing to do with the
church or prayer; and sank every
day deeper into wickedness. Some
time ago he was here, and saw
. yon, noble sir, enter the charpeL
I should like to see what he does
there,"said the yonng man scorn
fully to himself, and he glided in
alter you. Hut when he saw vou
pray so devoutly ,he was so deep
ly impressed that he aluo began
T to prayjand from that moment he
became a new man. I thank you
for it And that is why I said
yon can do me no greater favor
than you have done me already."
from ine Herman. .-.
The way to make church mem
bership a thing sought and ehar-
: ea is to show that is a thing
wonnnaving. 1 would not join
a church that spent its time in
petty debates,and wasted its ener
gies in party struggles. I would
not if 1 were a child be attracted
to my fathers church if round his
table I beard nothing but sharp
1 criticism of sermons, covert insinuations-
against ministers, scan
dal about fellow members.or in his
W W - '
' noose l met bad temper and care
less living on tnem.who went
next day to the communion. But
let them adorn their profession,
and I am drawn to it. Let them
so live that 1 identiiv with Christ
and his church all that is holiest
and happiest in my little world!
.Let religion mean not a melan
. choly mystery for old people com-
motniif iw. ln. f- -1 'a
"5 vuk iu ivug laiuujr prayers ana
scraps oi ur. watts, and ominous
shaking of the head over every
youthful peccadillo; but a secret
or bright laces and kind words and
helpful acts; a thing t take the
bitterness out of sorrow, and roll
away the cloud of sin, and knit
juuug ueans 10 unnst their aa
vior, and see them in tire way to
heaven! Many such homes we
-have, and there, I think, you will
see the old charm still working
not without exception, for every
child has a will of his own, but as
a Divine rule, a gracious disposi-
.jtion of the J)i vine purpose; there
is the household of faith gathered
round the family alter, round the
Lord's table; the sons as plants
grow tip in their . youth, the
daughters as corner-stones polish
ed after the similitude oi a palace.
Rev. O. Brock, jr. in London
Who Should not be a Wife.
Has that woman a call 10 be a
;Wife, who thinks more oi her silk
dress than of her children, and
visits her nursery no oftener than
once a day! Has a woman' a call
to be a wife, who calls for a chas
mere shawl when her husband's
notes are being protested? Has
; that woman a call to be a wife,
;who sits reading the last new
. novel while her husband stands
i before the glass vainly trying to
pjmogeuier a buttonJess shirt
; bosom? Has that woman . a call
to be a wife, who expects her hus
band to swallow diluted coffee,
soggy bread, smoky tea, and wa
; tery potatoes six days out of the
sevenf Has she a call to be
wiAt 1 a l ...
wuc, uu mrus wim every man
she meetsnd reverses her frowns
for the home .fireside! Has she
; a call to be a wife,; who comes
aown to breakfast in abominable
' curl-papers soiled dressinggown
; and shoes down at the heel! Has
sne a call to be a wife,whose hus
band's love weighs naught in the
uaiance witn ner next-door neigh
Dor 8 damask curtains or velvet.
carpetf Has she a call to be
wife, who would take advantage
of a moment of conjugal weak
ness to extort money or extract
a promise? Has she a call to be
a wue, who takes a journey for
pleasure, leaving her husband to
toil in a close shop, and have an
eye,when at home,to the servants
, wu tmiureu! nas sne a call to
oe a wue, to wnom a good hus
band's society is not the greatest
of earthly blessings, and a house
full of rosy children, its best fur
nishing and prettiest ornaments.
Seed Wheat, and How to Sell
.mere are some new and very
vuuaDie vanties of Winter wheat
now being produced in Central
New York. I took some time
last season to investigate the facts
in regard to one of these -vane-ties,
and gave them to the public
through the Tribune, and intro
duced the wheat into my own
neighborhood with a very satis
factory result. One of my friends
harvested 35 bushels of ..this
wheat to the acre, and that, too,
in the same field and under the
same conditions that he gave of
the JUiehl and of the Treadwell
only 20 bushels to the acre. 'An
other of my friends and "neighbors
had a little over20bushels,against
less than 20 cf Mediteranean.
These are men who are willing to
make exact experiments, and test
a new thing beside an old one,and
learn whether the new. is any
better than the oJd.and they have
sold their entire2 creps'of this new
variety of wheat for $2 -50 a bush
el at their ban., . J know of one
man who, two yean since,procur-
ed one bushel of this variety of
wheat at a great cost, as some of
his friends thought; but this sin
gle bushel of seed has produced.
in increased yield and increased
price more than 200 profit.
Facts that have within few
years com to my knowledge lead
me to think that the wheat crop
of this country can be vastly im
proved by selecting the best sam
ples of seed, and improve them
by again and again selecting of
the product -if some Agricultural
College wocua give as mucn
trouble and time to this matter
us some florists have devoted to
improving their very beautiful
but really valueless plants, - vast
advances would s be made.
have heard of many instances
of a single, very perfect head ofi
wheat being taken in hand by
some painstaking man, and only
the perfect berries of its product
being sown, until sufficient was
procured to introduce this go-call
ed new kind of wheat into gener
al notice by very large yields.
and then its passing into ordinary
modes of culture, and degenera
ting, and finally going out of no
tice,that I am confident that real,
ly there should be as much care
devoted to the improvement of
seed wheat as there is to the im
provement of cattle, or sheep or
horses. ? And I am confident that
there is as much prospect of
high reward for labor so directed
as there ever has been in the im
provement of farm stock. And
I think that the farms of the agri
cultural colleges present the
most favorable places to have
carefully conducted experiments
made, would result in producing
tne best varieties or wheat for the
wants of the greatly varied soils
and climates of our whole coun
try( Mil . !;...!
Finally, and as a personal
point, I would say that I have no
seed wheat to sell, and I do not
wish to. purchase any, or to re
ceive any as a present,that I may
give it a trial, and this is my sen
eral answer to persons who write
me le tters of inquiry in regard to
buying or selling seed wheat It
is passing strange to me that per
sons having new and valuable va
rieties do not make that fact
known by advertisingJand I have
said so in some cases in reply to
letters; but 1 cannot do more in
i I m aw . .
mat way lor tnem than to say
that, if I had some hundreds of
bushels of wheat that yieledfrom
ou aown to 4U bushels this year
to j the acre, 1 would . give the
world due information through
the advertising columns of the
Weekly Tribune and of the Semi
Weekly, and out a orire on the
seed that would pay me for the
expense. (Jeorge Geddet,Onon
daga Co., JS. X,
Tanning and Dyeing Sheep
A correspondent of the Scientif
ic American gives the following
pian ior tanning and dyeing sheep
Wash the pelts in warm water
and remove all fleshy matter from
the inner surface, then clean the
wool' with soft soap,and rinse the
soap thoroughly out Secondly,
apply to the flesh side.the follow
ing mixture for each pelt Com
mon salt and ground alum one
quarter pound of each, and half
an ounce of borax. Dissolve the
whole in one quart of hot water.
When cool enough to bear the
hand, add rye meal to make
thick pastand spread the mixture
on the flesh side of the pelt. Fold
the pelt lengthwise, and let
remain two weeks in an airy and
shady place, thon remove the
paste from the surface, wash and
dry.' When nearly dry,crape the
nesh side with a Kniie, working
the pelt until it becomes thorogh-
A beautiful blue may be im
parted to the wool by using the
following recipe: ... . ' ,,
I Add a wine-glassful of sulphur
ic acid to a gallon of water.' Put
into the solution a tablespeonful
or more or imperial blue, regula
ting the quantity of the dyestuff
to the shape of blue required-
rut in the pelts and boil for ten
minutes. After boiling, the pelt
will need worsnng again,to make
When to Sow Orchard Grass.
lhe early draught this season
and the consequent short 1
crop have drawn special atten
tion to those grasses .which - nave
done best under unfavorable cir
cumstances. The natural rye
grass, which is so common on the
hills, in many sections, has done
well, but no grass has done so
well as orchard grass. . The testi
mony in its favor is universal.
We have seen it in many places.
this season, and always in luxuri
ous growth. It makes good pas
ture.and fine hay when cut early.
There is probably no better grass
tor this section of country. In
consequence many are asking the
question when is the time to sow?
We answer, now is the time, and
henceforth at any time until the
20th or last of September. Our
old friend.Ilon. Harris Lewis.who
is known by reputation through
out the JNorthern .States, will sow
large quantities of orchard grass
seed this week. Sow it now as
soon as you can. Ex. .
A quilt exhibited at the Cen
tral Illinois fair contains 28,517
Granger hats are now fashion
able, ana an eastern paper is
afraid they will 'monopoliee" at
Kansas papers say it is gener
ally believed that thousands of
cattle intended for the fall mar
set wn; be kept over winter in
consequence of present low pri
Texas has worked herself .into
complete, panic about yellow
fever to such an extent has it
been carried that intercourse be
tween even the interior towns has
almost entirely stopped- It .is
quarantine against quarantine all
over the State in very many in
stances towns have been quaran
tined that never had, and never
will have a case of the disease.
X ocvuoes. ,
NEW ARMGEMENT !
French, Beed '
nptesed their erresireaseats ud
bow Im lull eperatioe toe
A ad vol kaep aaactutlT oa kaa arary d-
ti---.' - ' - J
" CouUtiBf iapartoT '
Lumber, Timber. Battens,
Siding, Lath, Shingles
Moulding ft Flooring,
Surfaced Match- 7
Doors and Blinds,
Balusters, Newell Posts,
Railings, Sash, etc., etc
SwT'SurMtef aadlUtchlBcAHW to ttim
ok Eoit aocioa.
Banders. Faraen aad others la want
Lomber.er aaTtaias alas la oar Hne,MBe
lowest prices, (ire as a eaU.
Ofle and Yard Wast End of Mala Street,
aear tne isnage. . .
IVeneh, Reed it McCulloch
Kfllenburc O., rob. a 187. Sat
At Wholesale and Retail
Sold Cheaper Than
JAS. CT7HRY & SONS,
Carry's can't be undersold in Lum
ber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Lath,
GOOD - B7E
,1 : 6
TO THEM. .
WS ASK SEXLUtO
Of best i
nality end manufacture, for LESS
mtn ur one in town. AUO.
DO MORS AND B BIT ICR
Spouting & .Roofing
Thn any one lse doinr basinets here.
- m lew more
Left. Bent In the world. We offer STOVES.
TIXWa&K. m1 in lac. all foodt In ear line to
cimumrn, idm uta poorest jaage cu rvuauiiy
see are worm eariy mboci more. - vra
7 yon win sot soon tee ineir nite again.
are the exclusive afeato for J. LjtW
Can sad see one that weighs SMOpoonds. Will
bet any sized hooe in the coldest weatiier
with a bushels of coal
toii't forget the place,
1 door west 'of Km-
O T -A. RIAL .-
flUTE vndenlgned will writ with
1 .accuracy ana aispawa, .
. - . -
Deeds, . Mortgagee),
Pewars of Attomay, Liens, arMf
Wills, . ., .. .
Take acknowledgments of the same;
Proteit Notts, Draft and Bill o
ske out .Partial Bad Mast AeoouBtstarAd-
aiiBUtrators, executors sad Guardlaas,
for flUnf and settling estates la
toe rrouete ve urt.
A. sT. TUTITiTi. notary Pubtla'
Oaeo mr Leai.Brewa tlft Baak, atUlers
hiarc O Itrl
im ' " n!" p." mccormio '" "'iSI
DEALMMIW ' I
JEWELRY P THE ELGIN
own ' JSr Waltham andf
1 Latest Styles 2 ' American 1
I AtWATS X WATCH ES I
I ON H'AMD. KHfytiPjr AtLowPrlees.!
I WITCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SPECT1CLES, 1CM
I SILTVEIt & PIATED WARE,
I MUSICAL HTSTHTJMXNTS, C. j
-' MlKind of Repairing XeaUy Done. I
rj3l MAIM STREET, - - MILLER3BURO. fSRi
LATEST FASHIONS !
B. P. HETTINGER,
Over Toofher ft Rndsoss Store and Tin Store,
All work entrusted to him will reeetre protspt
' attentsoa and win be s&ade up la the
Latest Style -
And ia the best aad saost durabTe manner.
W arraated to live entire eulsfacstea.
GIVE HIM A TRIAIj
, ry : The "Great Cause
' - ' T or
t&T fiTJMAN MISERT.
Jast PnMlthed, la aSetled XnTelope, prleele.
A Leetnre on the Nature. Treatment and
fcadfeal Care of seminal Weakness or 8per-
ssattorrcoea, indueea or ae i-amm, ibtoi
untary Emis&ions, ImpotencT, Kerrous lebil
ity.aad Impediments to afarriai OeBerailr:
Ceasnmption. Kpilepsr and Fits, Mental nad
Pnjrtical lneapacit7, etc, br EuitsT J. CVL
TSnwCLL, M. authorortbe Green Book. Ac.
The renowned author. In this admirable lec-
S ee 'Jta V.??T ssJmi!! i m'i iT te&BB0C
it be effeotaaUTalBored without medicine
and without fianaerauseursieal ope ration. in
strumenu.' Hogs- or cordlals, pointins; out a
mode of cure at once eertaia and effectual, by
means of which everr sufferer, bo matter what
his eondltioa bitm, mar cure himself cheap
lj, privately, and radicallj. This lecture will
prove a boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent, under seal, la a plaia envelope, to any
address, postpaid, on ' receipt of six cents, or
two postage stamps, by address Inf the pub
lishers. Address the publishers,
chas. i . c sxixr a co.
yl in Bowery, Mew York, P. O. Box,
B. B. DOJCMtUT.
B. Barrett & Co
Castings for Crist and Saw
And all klndiof Brass Castings aad Steam Gas
noes ana ritunn Kept oanstanur
on band. .
Steam Engines Hotter
UlTOUIS. BAITIV KXaXXB
H. ft B. HERZER,
PiwdaM mi' CMUsttftatoa XBreluata.
' '' liuni is
Flour, Grain and Mill Stuffs
r mxsi At w 1TII
Aad Purchaser of
WOOL. PBMD FEUIT,
it lis EedWarebrj,
Millersbure. - - - Ohio
, .TTholesale Dealers,
143 Water Street, Cleveland Ohio.
.... -. - ' A '
We hT Bow on'oauif and are constantly
receiTing iuu una complete lines ox
Writs' rbrixlshlng Goods.
Hosiery. Woolen Goods, Notion to.
Tut the euDroschlni- Holldsrs we would esD
your siHBUOB to our sicca oi
Toy, Fancy Good, Wooden & Wil
: ..: , low- Ware.
Barlnf nil the latest Boreltlet in this line.
we consider It to our enent to laser us with
BBSSUlf OSal.-. -' - . .
' ' '; HAT8 BROTrTIRS,
143 WaterSt. Cleveland Ohio, ssnl
1873 Spring 1873
Crand Annual Opening
Iff fflUM GOODS!
New Style and New Management
Krs. Wholf & Hiss livers,
Are pleasM to announce to tne eitiiens of afil-
iersnur(ana tne nunuo in jrenersl, thetther
are now prepared to do all manner of work in
their line, in tne latest and most Improved
style. In addition they make a tuecialtr in
dolor orer all kinds of old Straw and Let horn.
All work done "promotlr" and ssti.fMctloB
warranted in every ease. We will endeavor
to keep up a full supply of everything per-
i.inmn w vui hwiwi, iimi mm
BONNETS, HATS A ALL
JLIJXDH VJT Tit I SI
Hack Ties, Eandkerchlefa,
Oloves, aosa, Jewelry,
Aim miHamtef TAMCT GOODS, ft.
V7s sxUad s coral al Invitation ts everybody
mp Mai mi. ... mv Nuauii sv
las) SKUA atTCB
April 1, IM.
rnHK BOARD or EX AMPfEBS of Holmes
1 utm, o will hold Kxaminations of
Teacher, for the ensuing- year, ia Boom So. "I,
of Union acbuut ButluiuAT, at aUllersburs;, on
8EFTEMBBB lath aad fTth;
OCTOBEB IJU aad totfe; -KOVKMBKU
: WKINSBL'Hli, September Kfa;
MASariLLK, October u; .
ArOLlCOX.October ISih. '
xaaV Tfeese Exaaaiaations will ouen at 9K
O'clSbk, A.M., aad dot at S o'clock P. M.The
class will not be open lor admission of appli
cants after 19 o'clock. The Board has done
away with the practice or ante-dating eevtin
eatea. Koone ts fullr com tie tent toensraare
TCaool till after obtaining oertitleate from the
Board of Scaool xanitMrv It i requireii by
the terms of the Khool law, that everr teacher
must oe quaiinoa vo tssacn uianrograpn?.ixeau
lag, Writing, Arithmetic, tieogvaphy aad ang
lith Grammar, and iosseiv6es an adequate
fcaowieuge ez inoory anajrracuco or icacn-
Ko attention will be giren to applicants for
onvaw examinations, losiimouiaiav oi gooa
moral charaeseT, -signed by at least rwarespoa-
siDie persons, win oerequirea oi earn canai
date. These tetunonialmustbe placed in
stamped envelope, unsealed, and addressed
with the name and nosw-ofltee of the candidate
ami presented on ine oar oi examination, cer
tificates will be of sour grades, to-wit: tx
Months, Twelve Months. Eighteen Months.
Twenty-four- Months. Certificates of bix
Months being very low grade and trial certifi
cate, may be issued a second time to the same
applieaat. If circumstances require. A fee of,
60 cents is required of every candidate in ad
vance w uajBiaattosi.
Br order of the Board.
LEW Id Am BEEBOUT, Clerk.
. -mr j a -n ,
The First National Bank
Capital Paid h
ROBERT LONC, Prosldent.
B. C. BROWN. Cashier.
Robibt Lena. W. 31. Gibson.
B. C. Bbowx. Isaac Putnam.
J. H. Xkwtom, Jobs e. Koch, Jb
AJB. JOXL i-OBxaxifx.
Discount Note, Receive Depo-
ttet, and Transact a General
HOLMES COUJTTT, OBIO.
The anal I It t) KIstArn-a within Hia Pimnif nf
noisaea,uaio,are aereor nounea co nee; as tne
nana piaces oi noiaing Aieeuons in ue serer-
Bs lURunifw m saau vuatyt
On TtMttJay. October 14th, A.D. 1873,
It being tbe second Tuesday of said October,
between the hours or o'clock a. a. and el
o'clock p. at. or aid dar. aad then and there
rose for the fOUowing omcers, to-wit:
One Lieutenant Gorernor.
Two Supreme Judges,
One attorney General.
One Treasurer of btate.
One Member Boanl of Public Works.
One State Senator.
One County Treasurer.
Oavs Proaecating Attorner.
One Coonty Surveyor.
One lnlrmary Director.
To Township Trustees.
Aad Wotiee Is herebv ri... tn the Tnubvi
of the several Townships within said Holmes
eonaty, that the following- anmber, and tbe
names of the persons, are to be returned by
them far their resuective Townshina to the
Clerk of the Court f Uesamoa Pleas of said
county, to serve as Grand Jurors and Petit
Jurors in pursuance or tbe statues in such
ease made and provided, for the ensuing year:
The voters at said election will also vote for
r against tbe levying a Tax for tbe purpose of
BUdiag witnia tae county or Holmes, Ohio,
COUNT Y JAIL,
At a cost not to exceed $23,000.
Those voting in favor will say on their bal
lot, "Tax for County JaU les," and those
against say oa tneir ballot, -Tax lor County
Given nnder mr hand offielallr. as Sherln or
said countrof Holmes and State of ohfo.at Hi).
lersburg.ln said county, this Ate day of Septem
ber, A. 1. i
J amess. l:OMB,
Sasiia of Holmes Cour ir. O .
J. T. WAMELINK.
SM Superior Bt, Cleveland, O., sole agent for
STEINWAT A SON'S .
Grand, Square tt Upright Piano
Also, Mathnsek 4 Co 's
Piano and Cabinet Pipe Organ.
Onraas, Melodeons, and eeeoad Raad
Pianos from ofty to two hundred
dollars, constantly on hand
S9 Bend for Clrcnlars. .Jane
West India Polish Company.
WM. KIPP, MANAGER.
MAnufactory, MS Penn Avenue,
Maaureetaren of the best Polish In tbe wnrM
for oleanlne aad restorlne to lu orieiaal lu.tr I
uuio, oiiver, riatea ware, stress, coi
rixrares, uiassware, ixoomotives, r ire En-
tines ana any article inat will receive a pol
ls. Local Aients wanted, so canvass this
. Address as above, aaeloslne at eents
vr saaspie aaa oirecuoas. amt
Plain a Ornamental ;
PL AS TEREK.
Work warraaled. AD orders promptly ex-
eeated. sirdars so be left at J.
72.0H FnAhW ?
Buslaess ssrleUv laaitusasa.
sTWatXAt s CO- at, A,eala.
Ask vonr grnggot lor this Reme-TT3 TTCCI
dy. A box of fills with earn bot-XUIVjUfcJ
tie, and is sold NonL'TJ MiT3Tak no otb
Cnnre No Psv. J2 V JJAwr AGUE cure.
mrt.TWAsk for Kress ever Tonic It is
X Ull Iwtbe sufeit. Don't forget the war
rant. If it fails to cure voo. Get Your Money
Hour. b. U lilLLa, Al Cortland at ew York.
EMPLOYMENT FOR AI,L - "
hgeat m tour weeks made a prom of Ml &
selling Bryant's Library of Poetry and sontr;
70 in one week on The Xew Housekeeper
JianuaL, b.T Miss Beecberaod Mrs. btowe. Any
aotiTemanor wouiao can have an afonc-i
J. B. FOUU 4 Co., New York, BoUD,Lliica-o
and San Francisco.
A WATCH FBEEZritZrio
every uto man wno trill act as our agent
Business light and honorable. $3(J0 made in ft,
day. Saltsaijle as flour. Everybody buys ir.
Can't do witbout ii. Alut bare ir. o Gil.
avatrpris,ao UumtHis;. KfcNEDY A CO.
fit tbu r, 1'a.
Psyoomancy, or Soul CIBrming.'
How either sex niar fascinate and gain the
lore and affection o any person they choose
instantly. This Giuple 'mental acquirement
all possets, free, bv mail, for 25cU-, together
with a marriage 'guide, Egyptian Oracle.
Li reams Hints lo LadMa. vVedding Night hirt
Ac A queer book. Address T. WILLI AH A
CO. Puba.rh.la.. Pa. -
If 17 1? JV !?No v would onW call at
iUU ALAS Jll.Q, ion to ur Well Auger,
with which a man can earn t& per dav in noon
terriwory. It bom. soy dianwter, and "ordinary
wells at the rate of 150 ft.uer day. Farm.Tuwn-
shipand County Rights for sale.' lescriptiTe
ooua iteui op receipt oi v cents pootage. a
dress AUGER CO.. Ht. Louis Ma. K. Ii. Van
Ik.WAX.H a-hinpuia Court House, Ohio, Vieu-
erai Agent loruuio.
COUCHS, COLDS, HOARSE
NESS, and THROAT DISEASE,
. Use - '
ffeDs' CnMk TaWets !
: PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A Tried and Snre Remedy,
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I all graphically portrayed br GEO. A Lt iifcD
land Lobbying Jobbery fully detailed. Books
dam. a" oirvtiai iciiue auuicse WABuaj
I BETT8 A CO.. Uutford lnn.. or Chieaxo.lU.
I a. H. BUTTS A Co Cincinnati, Ohio.
One Agent made silt In 4 days and another
s4oe in e aays selling
I a penecT xnesanrtis or Aavenenres iipon.ana
I the Wonders beneath the arreat Oceans. HZ
I spirited engravings. Price extremely low;sells
I amazingly last. z,wu more live agents wanted
Iionnisanu tue oniy complete, popular and
fast selling history of ,
I itbe greatest success or tbe season.)
- Also our
I SDlendei! new Bible, just ready an
na rar excel-
I Una all others. Pocket Comoanion and fnil
I circulars fiee. Address , -y
HUBBARD BRoS., Pubs Cincinnati, Ohio.
Office 1 Barclay Street, K. T.
Offer to the public a Lantern
combining safety and economy
with eleffanee end usefulness.
.It cannot explode; it gives a
iigu, .uti ctiisuiue. less
on tnao snyotner; it is not dis
turbed by tne highest wind.and
i agias m orok-en itiseAHilv
epluced by means or the screw
IThev eiii(iiu no agents except their traveling
clerks, lint their goods can be had from the
i dealers tnrouguout the country.
WATERS' CONCERTO PABL0R OHGANS
Ore (AC 111SU. SAUASAXSU-
I tone ever made,
l he CONCKMT
STOP u ike beat
r ever pssvewel in anf
ly aa extra net
W was, peeui
1 Iftrls- -voiced,
funik si llOt
A r i soui,
.,! t-Mtt int.
TATIOIV cf the
. If hub n Voice
tVOV A T OFFER;' HORACE
BrOBdwilV. N VTinV iimmraf SOOT! AXOS
rnrnd O it O A . S f ir.t-cJ&M Bnstkersvm.
dwJing HATKKV, at extremely low
price, for caxh. or part osA, ad talamce
ssBBBatl naonitaly sxi Iew 7-Oc-
tmve flrat-clna. PI A.VOsJui snosterxi
iiaiprovenaesito, far mr.- mon. 3.
wtis's, siv, anpsssLiA.asa;sLa9 sjss
6AJIV(Stepa, anei H Scops, li4.
JUaatratee' IjatalBauea snailed. A lain
ditmuit to MiniMert, Ckurrkt?, Svndav-1mh. Tn.
tamataa.ex. AbAlls VHAX'TwuU
Great Furniture Sale
At Cost .
We mean business. Our
house has been doins a
Furniture business on Wa
ter St., for the past 39 years
We are now about to re
move to our store on Euclid
ave., and before so doing
we have T determined to
close out our present stock
Tf YQU W atlt BrCCaiP. ! T
HART & MAL01TE,
103, 105 & 107 Water.,
7 mo 3
. To sell the latest noveltr out, tLat
Every Lady 'will buy at Sight,
Send for oircnlar to
The American Lap Board Co
47 Public Square, Cleveland, O.
New and Beautiful Map of Ohio.
.arm Double Map of the United States and
World. New County. Railroad and Distance
Map or the United States and Territories. Al
a varielv of Stale Maps and ( harts. Indus
trious tfeuts ran easily clear 3 per day. Ho
capital required. Address
S. Graen, 263 Superior St., Cleveland
A-grents Wanted Z
sell an article that everv family nses. Prof
its are large and extra Inducements offered to
stents wlio are willing to work. Apply or
seed lor circular and terms to
Arlsoaa Diamond fitore.
ml 7 tlxtn atreet, Pittsburxb, Pa.
LiTOT aii Mi Ml
WILLIAM L. F0UBS,
ReeDectrnlv informs the citizens of Mil!
burg and vicinity that be now bits iu complete
EEAE OF EMPIRE HOrStv
Best of Horses. Carriatr. Ac wbi-h will
be let at tbe most reuoalle rate. Passen
gers taken t-i all paitsol the couulry on snort
noii re anu ac low raits.
ft& H'e also have a large and commottious
FeM and Sale Stable inctirniet-tion.
Wresicrtt'ii)lv ask aliberal shareof public
patronage Satisfaction GuarantueU. Keui em
ber the pi ace to get
Is at the new Livery StaWe. rear of Km; tire
Vli. T- I!ELii.u
gB ' ,'
FLUID EXTRACT EUCHU,
Is the only Kaown llcmedT for Frit-hf Dis
ease and luia fureii every c-vh of iiabeteA in
wliiiithaMbeengivpn.IrTitation oi the Neck
of tbe Klaador and intiumniaiiajn oi i bt Kiting s.
Ulceration of the Kiilues and Btaiitifr, Iieitn
tlon of Dnn, diseases of the Frouate Gh.-i
Utain in tb Blatidt-r, UranJ. Brick lost Depo-it,
and If ucous or siilky pischargea, and for hlu
febled and Delicate Constitutions of both Sex?s,
attended with the foUowina urmptoms : Loss
of tower. Lot of llemory, Dilfiriiity of Creat h
ing. Weak lSerrea, Wakefulness Fain in the
Bewok. FinabiDgof the Boy.niptionon tbe Fsec.
Pallid Coontenanec, Laraitude of the System, etc.
Used bv perpciM in the decline or change of
life; alter cooiADrmcnt or labor painSa bel-wetr-ting
in ehildrrn, etc. -
In many affletions -peculiar to laAtea. tbe Bx
traet Buehn is unequal d by any other remedy
As in Chlorosis or Kcltut ion. Irregularity, Fain
falnemorSappretaion oi (.afloiraiy Kvacuations,
Urccr sited or tkJumis mtntc ci Hie Uterus. Leu
corriKca or W hi tee, Stonier, and for all eom
plalnte incsdent to tlte sex. It ia pnsenbed
c-nensively by the most en. incut Iysiciaiia and
Hid wives for enteeblrd an t delicate constitu
tions of both sexes and all tcs.
EEASNEr'S EXTCACT EFCHU,
i JWret ZHvfwe Arlrtng from ImprvdmeeM,
utAits Of Lis4rx!Kom, Kcn a iTluir at
little expeavc, a uu or uo ch".i3 ia di-t, bo in.
conveaien e, and o exouaun'. J t cnujeH a fre
quent desire, end elves eiwr-jjlh to Urinate,
thereby rennTing Obstructions, lre-entincf and
Cuiiuirfitii'tiir'-aol'tlio Un-tV.-n, AiUyiT ir Pa:n
and i nflaroip at km, bo -reqDent in tins ca-nof ':,--eaeea,
aiul expel .uig aj Fsjaaiooua inaU'T. A
KEACEV'S ESTEACT BlOkH
toaiiyedtin,aecin:ea'nioLptisiticn. cold by
dragguU i'n-TTwhftf. Prepared by
KEAKNEY CO.t 104 DuanoSt., JT. T.
to whom all letters lor inloruialion sxiouIaI be
Avoid Quacks and Impostors.
ZTo Cnargo Cor Advioe and Coiuiijtaiinii. ,
Dr. J. B. Thjott. Qradnate of Jefermm Midical
Vottegt, l'hilaUulpbia, antbor of btverul Taluabie
irorka, can be coosulted on all diseases of the
Bexuai or Urinary Organa, (which he has made
an especial study) either in male or female, no
matter from what cause originating or of how
longatandicg. A practice of 80 yar enables .
him tt trent uisfyise Trith rracces. Cuia iruar-
antecd. Chaiyes reasonable. Those at a dls
.tanoacan forward letter decriutiig taymptoma
auu axuutuiii; mmp m rnTiry pwtagfa.
Gend for t be Gitule to H'ollk- I'litu ia cents.
J.CDYOTT, M.l , rt.y. ian and Surjco,
IF TOUW AXT THE
Best TtosMi lacis!
NOW IS USE,
Call on THORNTON BOLINC,
X ASH VILLE, OHIO,
Agent for the
Aultman & Taylor Machines,
Of Mansfield. O. '
A Mice Assortment of
the best Italian and Ameriean MarMe.nl-
ways on han. and at 15 frcrctnt. less than
uic suiue can oe oougtit oi any irav
All Materials Warranted Ko. 1.
Shop on Main Street. 1 door west of Thlcr t
f JOKr. CETZ-
Best WL il til9 M
Atchison, Topeka &
. ree n. n.
jea a. i!r
THREE MILLION ACRES
Situated in and near the Arkansas Vailoy, tbe j
intK .rorcmn ui Kansas.
Kleren years' Crcilit. tievun erCVnt. Interest.
. vxji perceuu rettuctiuu tusotticrs
A Free Past to Land Buyers!
TIIK F.CT! abo.it this Grant an Low
Prices, Lon? Credit, and a rctmte to settlers nf I
nearly oiiu-iburtU; rich soil and MlfiH.id I
climatt; bhort amt mil I wiiiiors; early pl.nit-I
inicana nowiiupniixf m sum-k; pit-iavoi r.-n:i-
and jiift at thu rthi senson; Cicil. Stoue
iinck on the hue; cheai ratos on I.iiiitirT.
fct.; no j.hihis owiivii uy i.v;;ijto
lioniesteajld and rrv-cmitiion imvt ,ir-in-iint:
drst-clas ..til road on ih ' line ufa trrx'M I
throunh route; i'ruduvts will xy lirl.and uuri
pro v e men e.
U the best opportunity evrrffire't to tlic
public, through the recent completion of ine I
r'or circulars and gcncml informniinn,
A-Klresrt, A. K. HU Zvt.IN,
Manager J,and hep tmrnt.
Are now ritnninir their shon. and aia rcad
dual) j'tbs of roiiairinc in tlu-ir lin'
ney nareon nani ni ior Mie i nresning
Machine, and Hoio Foinrs flint can't be ex
at lower nee ihaii nun be had ele-
where, iliey have on naiut,
Sulky Hay Rakes, Road Scrapors.
Plows, Points, Road Scrapers,
Farm Bells and Cast
ing of a:l Kinds.
Persons wanting anvthiir in our line will
it to their iiitere.t lo call as we iutend to
at low prices this season.
March ttih, lSTO-tr.
J. S. G. ADA11S,
BANK E R S.
General Banking, Discount and
At. K NTS FOR T II K
North Pacific 7-30 Gold Loan,
most desirable Railroad security now
New Goods !
Panic Prices !
CALL AND EXAMINE.
GASH PAID FOS PEODUCE
Pt-otUtre Taken- in 7.V
. efiaurc for Qooils. . -;
Mav.l.isa. - ' i'it
Tin ii hi Isoint r ui iiiturc fc.-t tijlbhment
in t len l.iuil. Lhd only Hov that- lvtails
goot! at wliles:ilc tris.-cs.. ,, . , . ,
JAMES MORI ARTY,
t autl Superior street.
4m4) 0);i09ite Tost OHice. CLKVKI.AXD, O.
riiopRreTou OF the 1 '
.... t i: i
lillersliiirE FiirniliirB Rooms
fpIIE TinTr7riler is jirepaTiHi to (111 orders of
X all kindf. iu lw line, with promtieFS and
ditatcU. Ua siectHs coustunily on hand ,
ILL KIMGF FiaMTlUE
From the cheapest QQlitv o the finest, a IU.
tic cheaper tii.tn tlic same article can beuro
ured elewherc. A splendid article of I
K.cptcoutantlj'onfaaiid. : -'.i' '
Done os short
Special attention given to tlic business of
Metallic, 'Excelsior and 'W'alnut'riiOlna kept
conuuicivois jiiuia, uwnm smuiiisfnires ie
order. Ttvo trnoti Hearst), kept constantljr in
readiness to utttnd calls. - - '
Visitors to? onrFair wnile
inthecitvar cordiunr in-
uiauiiuum strati tr J tuuarr .
Tbe largest in tbe United
- . -: :' . -v.: .
Six floors S0xl20 connected .
ly a Menni Pateenj.vr llotel
! W !.3tTUnirrrrneT.!tfr sfoft" '
of faelar and Chamber Huiu
marfe ur. which we shall offer
Jjt'KIiSlx- T11K F Alii at a-,
ii-enunlrorso per cent, from
Tnis U a rare 'chance to
vhtt Lleveland.see the Fair
anl iHiy a Suit of Furniture
cheap. i ,", -
A S. Herendon Sc Co.
Jf anufactarers of
FASHIONABLE ' '
114 and 116 Bank Street,
CLEVELAND, O. -
, ,' , axis ;
S- H. Strubbo,
WOITD resectfiill7 announce to tlie citi
zens or Holmes aad vijoiDingcounttes,
that he is preuared to ilo all work la kis line
anil guarantee satisfaction. - -
IIariiesn Made to Order.
He has the riirht tor this conntr for the I
ruv j atgm ilu KUtKLE, which tssu- .
MHrior to all other. '
fi-.None but tne best workmen employed.
Berlin, O., An. 90.
JOHN P. DEAN,
. Aim '
Carpenters and blackmith' Tools, Shorels.
i-ades. Scythe, $iiathV, Hoes, Forks and I
lUko, toicether witiy a larc and Taried stook I
ioii table lor Ue
trade, at ftreai l iv-tr'. rates. -
HAS Jl'ST RkiCKlVKDTllB
Sjrii Bill SiiBr Styles
hi. Sew Room. One Ihwr West oC Bird's
Work Warranted to Fit!
made ia tbe Latest and Most Approved
I am still Agent Ibr the
Singer Sewing Machine I
keep Needles and Oil. or the best Qnalitv,
Ti 12 M O V A. Ii.
: .. :. 1 --. , 'iii.:.
bT . jma mm LA
rersale. - t
Jay-tail and see me. Mmt
Ttat Palo,' Tellcrr, Uj-IsmUu Slda
etianeed to one of freshness aridhesaui.
Tlioea lfiaenaesi mt & ftklsa, Piatata,
Past ales, Blotelaeai and Kraptloata are
removed. sroTnlaw Scmlsiloma IMaeaapa
f tate Eyes, Whit Swelling;, Vie,
Old feVorea or any kind of Hnmor rapidly
dwindle and disappear under its Influence.
In fact it will do yon more good, and euro
yon more speedily than any and all other
auuivj BLBTTAJiy uism any ana an tnaer
reparations combined. Wist b ttt It ia na
eHiniuDu3 comDinea. west a III iiu na
re's own restorer! A soluble oxvd nf iron
combined wiUi toe medicinal properties of
Poke Boot divested of all dlaatrreeable quali
ties It wQl care any CairsusaB or Lev
suaMlsiK Dleeaa whose real or direct
cause ia bsmI bIosmI. gti i I i.-m Fbasib
la Uuaae or Bastes, tsssnisHssi bra
steal slasns by Aiarcnrlal or other poisons,
are all cured by It, rorltyBhllU, or avBAii
lltle taint, there la nothing equal to It. A
trial will tr.ve ft. AiSK FOR BR.
CB4MKf O XLt-OUHAA
CE001TS WISE OF TAB!
teas baa ipraved Dr.Orooka
WlwewlTaA-to nave mora
merit thaa any wtmUar
preparfUion everofTered to
b poblle. It is rich In
tbs medlcloal onaJiUolof
-ij Tar, and tmeqaaled tor
mmw hnk. v. wa . wmm. mm
umi I. st a s . performlnK tbo
CZT!T. aarernarsh-aefirea. It
50 ssotnally cnresBil OsafSa
mmW -w aWCaUs. It haa oared so
.. msJiy cases or SSI.
VtV"" WaBa,'Brsirhlfls, toatq
- - has beea pronoanoecl s
-w -S-" -. speeifl a tor tbeas oom-
rfswt, MsM er assess,
ravel or Kiaaww aUs.
any LJver Cass
It mt SVlS npSxBVirSSSBBj
tTmmtrtr-mm tsve Hvstea.,
x-M.Msa el.rl.sB r.sm.
divas tasaa -sys-Asjsiessi
"7 ITH Its gln-sawy at-teadauats, Isnr
aptrlta, fkpreifaia. lnTolsuataarr
rniinoiu. loss enr swauaraa
torrbosav. Mas ? trowsrs d
loss et memory, aad Muwateavesl
tS-tca. sxjaat &nIe4Uv. find
elga. rttrs in HrXPaMEYS HOME
OFATH1C SPECIFIC, TWEJITT
K1GUT. THIS bOViltluiON &XJaDY tones
np the syatein, arrests the distajxea, and inv
parta Tigor and energy lilv sssd Titality ts the
entire man. They hATe ctired thooaanda of eaaea.
Pries, 5 per package of five I
Tial, whien is Tery important
eaaea, or $1 ner tangle oox- 8
! BKixesana a targe sz
rists,a&dsentbymailanRmpaf enee. Address
HUMPHREYS SPECIFIC HOSKOPAXIUC
MEDICINE CO, Ml Bboadwax, X. T.
New 'uic Book for the lite of
SINGING CLASSES, '
CUILRLH t'HOIKS, i
1 H E . CLUST E
S. WESLEY KABmr,
-:; STlLLMAK,r ?' i
, . , ASD - j;-- ;
T. MiETIX TOWNE.
Price 113 SO per dox. Single copies seat,post-
,Adlress. , J. L. PETERS.
. , 599 Broadway, New York.
A New Singing Class Book. :
, Compiled and Arranged
BT WILLIAM DRESS LER.
Price S per doz. Single copies sent, post putl,
A.MresS ; j. UtfSIKRm Broadway. Iff. Y;
HE SONG ECH
IN)pnl& Singing School Book
By H. r;Perkins.
Price rr.50 ffi i aisi Uti'ijlM copies seat post-paid
ior k cents.
Address J. J. PETERS, 5S9 Broadway, K.T.
Booksellers & School Boards
-Can gad at
I2TGHA1I, CLARKE &Co.'s
complete stork or Text Books' need in the
School), High Schools and
Or Ohio and Vieinirr.
Also Numeral Frames. "Black board Mate
Maps (a specirl lot cheap)ICrajOB, Ink
WelU,SGlobes, t'orsu. Solids. Ac
JgyOnr New Price I,ist sent free.
Ingham, Clarke &Co.,
Wholesale Booksellers aad Stationers,
' an Snperior Street. Clevelaad, O.
Established in 183S.
He-Established in 1869.
C.G.Hamnier Sc Son
annfactnren of Fine and Medina Fnrnlttrre
every itescr jtioa aad price, k sad -made al
snperior ia styles ann quality taaa louan in
mr any other Farniture House this sloe as
Pnotosrraohs aad Price Lists seat on aoolica-
or when in the citv don't forget the place
."iK" ui buw unic uwiuvh niair, so, s aau mm
Seventh Aveswe,Pittsbrxs, Pa, - xsjl
Farm for Solo.
150 Acre of La,
Monroe to. Holmes eo.. Obia.'imlleB west
MillersauxK. H ell adapted to Irnitealtare.
Onepeacta and two rood appra erchanls. All
aixh stata of cultrratioa. Well sraterert.
to churches os several denomiaatioas.
scllsrlor a part For fhrtber informa
tion . enquire of CHARLIS arLAfGHLLV,
asms une ot toe neirs, oa tae preaMsee.
Tae Singer Jfaaa
told, lest year, orer
Man oy other coas
jxurr. Sold far ctuk
I aofes, or oa monthly
I -Miifnteaf. OiU,Xm-
'dk and attachment
(ml iejil on hand. .
Machines kept at Negelpach "a Stors.
- ' MILLERSBURG, O.
C. E. HUTCHINSON,
Kewrspapsr XatVsrtising Igenl
Ojohnson' sKiDTina inks.
J - B l 1
'' " ,n,, "lersa, f)rooorts see Hru.
UIS's 1 .ViNll-t, Whuirslr I'm. rUtvcor.
ixtii.iAN TM.f!i mi ll ks jtro. col.
. MU-rly t-' t.
A UUIMTAB. rw.
Open Day and Nlsht..
tJnioiiPacilic Diniii? Rooms
On tbe Snropeaa Plaa.
atlchlran aad Oataria 8ta, Qevelaad.
J. CtvUv, Proprietor.
.Soas pan, the Giant, (weight CW lbs.)
..n. i.u. mm von MISS Bers.
i -. -. :