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Holmes County Republican
MILLERSBURG, O. : OCTOBER 23, 1873.
Notice to Subscribers.
Onbaeribet eaa always Ml how tbeir mb
nerintioa aensavat ataada. by looking at the
a ran. miter their aaaaea on the audreaa label
wm pi it let na mow m werare. ,
Arrival and Departure of Mails at the
- Going Korth, t.lSe.ia.
SoUa-Souli, L. IUb.
. , Going Xorth, 1.00 p. n.
-i. t eatug eontn, ,? w -
; - v.. !- . - . nun,.
Frost Coshocton, mondnrs. Wednesdays and
, it-. radar. at a.wp.m.
n. '": wait.
; ' Tanadars, Thursdays and Satardarst 1.0O a. m
From Carnal Dover, via Shaneerllle. Walnut
Cmefcaad Berlin, Mondays, WwdaeMiays
' T ; ' and Fridays, at a at.
'. ' - " . ssraar.
Mondays, Wednesdays aad Fridays at U pjn .
.. . amain.
ro New Philadelphia via aagervflle,Xew
i Modioli, Saltilla, etc, Saturdays, at Um.
From Koeon via Beaton, Mt. Hope, etc., Hon
days, Wedaeedaye aad rradhys, at Sp.
sfnnrtsrs. Wednesdays aad Fridays, atl a. m.
Falai VnUey Arrive aad Depart Wednesdays
. aad Saturdays. . -
7 m. to 8 m
T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
A eaod house with four rooms.. En-
". quire at this office or of W. F. Sharp.
For Rent. Wanted.
, . V A goad boy' wanted to learn Photo-
7 graphing. "Apply at Courtney 4 Ap -
- pleton's. ' . ' lOtf.
'Squire Barnes of Richland township,
a Bepublican and one of the return
' judges of the late election says that ev
- erything' was right in his township,
. notwithstanding that some had thought
American Knife Co. Agency.
Harpster, Budy & Co. have a stock of J
flSO of the above well known brand of I
p. Pockety Knives, which will be sold by
the dozen at Manufacturers prices, and
- very cheap at retail. 10w3
Mr. Wbolf and Miss Myers wish to
luiorm me lauies mat iney uaye ju re-
cciteu a Tcry uicv lot oi nwt xies,!
Bashes, Veils, Hats, etc. They also have
all kinds of Butricks Patterns for sale.
'' 10w ' '
Sale of Live Stock and Personal Property.
-There will be a nubile sale of live
stock and personal property, at the late
, . m.Li j je
nsiuence oi samuei nouwaou, ueceaseu,
on rnuay, vci. zitn, lain, at i o cioca
p, M. -
Tha nknlliul rwnrtiv Sinn I
. , ,. ..... I
vumpanj auippeu auu uciivercu totueir i
customers, during the months of An-
gust and September past over 6,000
mtarmm mnnri.. t Kta-un m fWVl
, ..s , T-riT,,,.,
and 80,000. This Company are said to
nave tne largest variety ana most ae-
airapie assortment in tne united states.
Prof. J. M. Martin.
We are sorry 'ta learn that Prof. J.
M. Martin has resigned the Presidency
of Vermillion Institute, at Hayesville
The Professor has accepted the position
of Professor of Natural Scienues in
S tlie Ohio University, and will leave
Hayesville in a few days tor his new
" txwltion. W pnnirrntiilare tli Ohio
ITnlrorairv In nnvnrinir enable aalinl-
- th. ,i.n.nm.n i,. k.a ..,!. ..i
...r. tiZL. i,i; n
worthy of their confidence. Ashland
t limes. 5 . ;
, Our citizens will remember the . festi
val to be given Friday nislit by the la
dies of Millersburg for the benefit of
the "Silver Cornet Band." We trust
; that all will, turn out, and give tlieni a I
rood benefit, as they are wartiiy or It.
ThpT have lutclv nnrchased a new horn.
X and several nieces of new music, all of
which cost money, and as they have af-
forded our people pleasure in the past,
and will continue to do so inthe future,
quest all toattend. Good music will en-
liven theoccasion. A fine supper will bej
provided, such as the ladies of Milelrs-1
: burg have the reputation of getting up. I
Then come one, and come all.let us meet
in Town Hall, and have a Jolly good
' i .
The Hoosier Schoolmaster.
ProhAblv nearlv everv one of our I
readers have at some time seen the above I
t.,..v , .i
uuc. ibuuieuiiucoiaiKrwi m-nuu j
published in Eearth and Borne, but now
in book form, and for sale by Orange
Judd 4 Co, 243 Broadway, K. V. It is
aatory by Edward Eggleston of early,
frontier life based on facts. The sub-
ject of the narrative is Ralph Hartzook,
who went west when quite young, and
wok enarge oi a scnooi mat naa nere-
colore oameu ail teacners, ana to teacn
it depended on muscle; but he got on
the friendly side of one of the worst
scholars, and after bavins some lively
times came out number one in the end.
It is quite fascinating, and will proba
- bly recall to teachers many of their ad
ventures. , .
Shall We Have Gas ?
That we ought to have it in our town
no one will deny. Shall we have it?
How are we to get it? Can we have
it? These are the questions that our
citizens have now to answer. The com
pactness with which our town is built,
and many other things connected with
it, render it an easy matter to erect Gas
Works and light up the whole town, at
little expense comparatively speaking.
Those who would take hold of it and
subscribe stock, would find that it would
pay tbem well for Investing their money
in that way. . We think it not necessary
to disenss the advantages of gas over
other kinds of light. Every oue must
know them already. It is ten times
aafer than oil. There can be no danger
from explosion. It is cleaner and much
more pleasant to handle than any other
light. Its brilliancy makes it desirable.
As we stated last week, Mr. Steenbergh
who is now putting op Gas Works in
Coshocton, would invest $15,000 if the
citizens of Millersburg would invest
(10,000. This is an offer that is not
made every day, and one that our peo
ple should receive favorably, inasmuch
as it is greatly to their interest to do so.
Let our men of means talk over this
matter, and sea if something cannot be
done. Millersburg is improving, and is
bound to improve still more rapidly. A
dollar invested now will be worth three
by and by. We don't want to do all the
gassing ourselves, but we do hope for
this once, at least, the talk and efforts of
others, also may finally end in gas.
Butler's majority for sheriff was 53
Instead or 17 as wa stated last week.
East Ohio Synod.
The East Ohio Synod of the English
Lutheran Church met in the Lutheran
Church of Millersburg, on Wednesday
evening of last week. liev. J. W. SwicW
of Ashland, preached an excellent ser
mon. Xext morning, Thursday, the
Synod was organized, and proceeded to
business. Quite a large uiunber of
Ministers and delegates-represent.
Tl sessions thrcbout were quite to-
i teresuug. 1'reacuuig every cvvmug. ji
I Treat deal of important business was
attended to. among which was the ex
pulsion from the ministry of Bev. A.
E. Smith, formerly of ShancsvQle.
Quite a number of grave charges were
preferred against him. On Sabbath the
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper was ad
ministered. The morning sermon was
preached by the Bev. Dr. Sprecher
President of Wittembergl College,
Springfield, Ohio. It was a precious
sermon and was listened to with the
prolbundest attention. The Doctor is
quite an old man, and his voice is quite
feeble, vet clear and distinct. In the af
ternoon there was a children's meetin;
which was largely attended. Bev.Bowe,
a roun man who is soon to sau as a
Un , , iHi. .Hmul the
Missionary to India, adilreaaea tne
meeting, His address was lull 01 inter
est to all both young and old. In the
evening Bev." Crotue preached in the
Lutheran church, Bev. Wiles in the
Methodist, and others in the Disciple
and German Lutheran churches. Mon
day evening installation services were
held in the M. E. Cuurch. it being larger
than the Lutheran. Bev. Wiles of Woos-
ter, preached the Ordination Sermon.
which was an able effort, sound and
practical Bev. Stougli, a young man of
(air promise, was ordained. Five others
were given their first license, and three
their license renewed, among the
latter was Bev. M. P. Foglesoog o
.Millersburg. The night being very
stormy, the attendance was not so large
as it would otherwise have been. - Af-
ter these exercises were over, Synod
Bf the Several Committees and approved
bp tne JOoard oj Managers at the
Holmes County Agricultural
c .Fair, Held at Millerburg,o
i . the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of Oct.
1873. The number of
' Premiums take by
. . -. each exhibition
. and their .
' " names.
Arnol(1 (jrge j premium,
AlOertSOn, James z
Anderson, William 27
A?eret Mrs- ryi
Bell, James J.
Beaty, Marshal :
5", er JI9ePu
Cole, Joseph H.
CarV, Mrs. John
Crawford, Mrs. E.
Cameron R. J
Cook, Miss Marie
Duncan, W llliam
DUUCan, Johu Sr.
Duer, Z. T. 3
Duer, Mrs. J. E 7
Elliott, Mrs. Alice 6
Fahrenbacb, G. - 2
. 2 50
Gonser, A. B. 1
Gray, Robert F. S
Getz, John . 1
Graven, Mrsl John 2
Gorrell, James 1
Harrison, Belli. 11
Hollinger, J. 2
Hileman, David 2
Henderson, James 1
Ingles, Andrew 2
Ju,,eai Thomas M. 5
Korni, J. J.
Kerr, J. W.
Mast, E. U.
Maxwell, Robert C 2
i - t . i a
?fcee.' . . t
jjuchell m. a. 3
Focock, Joshua . 6
Ports, Charles . , ' I
Pliilliiu J.iliii R a
pscri Stephen . !
pJu-vjnson, ilisE- 3
Rudy, Mrs. A. B.
" 10 00
' 2 00
u- . -4 00
" protcst'dl3 50
" 0 00
" -. 3 00
" " 4 00
" 2 00
f 4 00
" 23 00
" 6 50
" 5 50
" 45 00
" 2 00
" 3 00
" 2 00
' '- I 3 00
" 1 50
" 3 00
" 3 00
. 3 00
c 3 00
" "a V
shumons, E. G.'
Speck, Mrs. J,
S1"-"!?' G?2,r,e "'
mith, Mrs. J. H.
Taylor & Sharp,
Uhl, William jr.
J; iEbaM '
Uhl, Chiirles S.
Uhler, Mrs. A. II
Wholf, Mrs. David
Jj j" p
Weiricli, S. B.
Wheatou, Mrs. Rose 1
Yoder & Beechey 1 .1
Yoder, J. M. '
Yoder, Isaac 2
Mrs. Uauna Finney,l
Mrs. Martha Steel, 3
Mr, Fred. Willard, 1
Mrs. Elizabeth Roach 1
The above premiums will be paid by
Treasurer of the Society, Mr. A. B.
Rudy, on application of the person en
titled to the same. All premiums not
called for by the 25th day of December
next, will be forfeited to the Society.
G. F. NEWTON, Sec'y.
G. F. NEWTON, Sec'y. Done by Order of the Board.
LIST OF LETTERS.
The following letters remain uncalled
for in the Millersburg Post Office, Oct.
George Aron, Adam Knapp,
Jacob Bell, Cbas. Lensiuger,
C. F. Bangleuorf, J. E. McDowell,
Michael Badcr, Gr.D. M. Miller, 2
MrsC. L.Beardslee,James II. Mitchell,
Miss Mar, EJIing, Miss Lizzie Phillips.
Miss Tenny Fronk,Itev. G. A. Peters,
John Fry, R, A. Ring,
Melvin Flack, Mrs Caroline Ream,
Mrs. Eliza Freellng,S. P. Reed,
Peter Gier, t Miss El'raRowlaud,
S. C. Hagermau, W. F. Reed,
Euniond Hurley, Rev.M. M. Shorr, 2
Robert Uoffartli,FiiMiss Rebecca Slentz
John F. Hyinon, ; 'Anna Scantier, f :
Mrs E. D. Hurley, MissSIarySnieltzIy,
John A. King, Mrs. Wm. Taylor,
Miss Tracy, " - J. Warner, Foreign
Washington Teters.Ben. J. Y'oder.
Cnii ail able Littkrs. Miss Maud
Wauon, Cincinnati, J. ; D. G. Evans,
Persons calling for above letters will
please say "Advertised."
LIST OF LETTERS. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M.
All persons indebted to the Millers
bur e inachi ne com pany on book nccou u t
are requested to call at the Company's
Office and settle by cosh or note, as the
books must tie settled. All accounts re
maining unsettled until Nov. 1st next,
will be sued. order or the
H. H. ROBINSON, Sec'y. w3
IN TOWN AND OUT.
Look to your house plants. . .
We earnestly call for our back-pay.
Loudonville is to have a new Town
The cider will flow, but not pro
merchants do everywhere
Thanksgiving comes onXov. 27th
The fatted gobbler feels he is about
to be killed.
We are eniovine an old fashioned
The eradinir on our new railroad
The Carroll Chronicle claims to
have a subscriber 103 years old.
To ba at once in any great degree
tovea anu praisea is truiy rare.
Keep a sharp lookout for hall thieves
now that overcoats are in demand.
Due thousand students throne the
classic nans oi unenin college.
It didn't rain election day. and so
affairs generally bad to make a change.
If you wish to see onr beautiful
street lamps you must visit this city in
Stove dealers are besrinninr to look
pleasant at the change of the atmos
Our merchants are fillinsr their
shelves with goods of all kinds for the
tall and winter trade.
"Suicide," says a philosophical ex
change, "is tne sicKie witn wnicn tne
Almighty reaps tne harvest 1 tools.-
Melon time is over, but -quinine
still finds eager takers among ague sha
An Ashland lady has secured (V
damages against a saloon keeper,
under the Adair liquor law. - -,
The follies of youth become the
vices of manhood and the disgrace of
It is a remarkable fact that the
bravest of soldiers are generally the
gentlest or meu.
If you want any groceries, so to B.
-Whoever wishes the welfare of oth
ers, has already advanced toward se
curing bis own.
All Is hollow where the heart bears
not a part, and all is peril where prin
ciple is not the guide.
Tbe world would be more happy if
persont gave up more time to an inter
course or friendship.
If you want a fine dress suit you
can be suited in price and quality at
Isaac Marx's amo2
As tbe flint and steel stricken to
gether produce fire, so the conflict of
men's mind s elicits truth.
For the great ten dollar suits, for
their durability and handsome styles,
pay your attentien and call at Isaac
Marx s. 5mo2
A newspaper is the only instru
ment which can drop tbe same thought
into a thousand minds at the same mo
ment. Go to the new China Store for dish
es 16 pieces for $4,00. China, plain or
gold band, by the piece or in sets. 10w3
Human life is a gloomy chamber.
in which the images of the other world
shine the brighter, the deeper it is dark
ened. Very few in the world have their
passions adequately "aMaln-lled : almost
everybody has u ... lues to do better
than they are.
A twenty-one pouud baby is the la
test sensation in Pomeroy. It weighed
that when two days old.
If you want bargains in Queens-
ware, Lamps and Glassware, go to the
new China Store, opposite Empire
It's hard to tell which did the bext.
the Prohibitionists or the People's par
ty. We didn't do very well.
Wives are presumptuous creatures.
They always ask for a lock of their lov
er's hair before marrying, aud take it
without asiting aiterwaru.
Mr. Weirich of Orrivlle buried one
of his children in our cemetery on
Thursday last. Tbe child died of dip-
Prof. Wilson and Lady (colored)
are in town and will perform in Town
Hall this (Wednesday) evening.
Oh ! wad some Fae the gift to gie us
To see oursel's as ithers see us.
Just go to Courtney & Appleton's and
sit lor a 1'uotograph.aod you lurvo iW;
The weather has been exceedingly
bad all week. Tuesday morning there
were two inches of snow. , . '
The old Brickyard horse who for
weary months has dragged out a mis
erable extstence, died on Monday night.
The storm proved bis best friend.-- -
Husking corn is the next' thing in
order, and a few old-fashioned "bees"
would be a novelty and a pleasure.
Everything in the furnishing goods
line sold at greatly reduced prices at
It is apparent to many parents that
a great many children get on the wrong
track because the switch is misplaced.
B. J. Young keeps the best assort
ment of candy in town. 62tf
Armstrong Wolgamot brought to
onr office the other day two Peerless
pntotoes that weighed one pound and
thirteen ounces each.
A young man in Evaosville congbed
up a tweniy-nve cent note tne otner
day, and he has gone -right back to the
boarding house whose nasn ne formerly
For Soda, Pic nic. Lemon, Sugar
& Cream Crackers go to Lang's be al
ways has a fresh supply at w bolesale it
Retail. . . 3tf
We had intended to have our roos
ters out this week but they got out of
the coop and we could not catch them.
Our readers will, therefore, please ex
cuse our nondisplay or poultry.
About this time, gather moss, ferns
and partridge berries for parlor orna
ments and get the sanitary benefits of
rambles in the autumnal woods.
The work of narrowing the gauge
of the Atlantic i, Great Western Rail
road has been postponed until after the
election in April.
Climbing hickory nut trees is per
ilous business, and has cost many lives.
The last is that of Wilson Hoffman, at
A writer in the London Garden speaks
of the value of grapes as food. A man
can live and get fat on a diet of grapes
and bread. .
Nature's-, grand - transformation
scene is taking place in the woods and
trees, the beautiful illuminated hues ap
pearing at every band, preparatory to
the ringing down of the curtain for the
season. . r ,
Mr. S. Jerome Uhl, of Springfield,
O., in company with his young bride,
nas been visiting ins parents, ami friends
near Millersburg for the past week or
two. For the happy couple we hope in
there are many long and bright days in
store in the future.
On last Friday week a man went
into the yard of Mr. John Ewing in
Benton to get a drink, and on going out
took an overcoat belonging to Mr. Ew
ing, worth about twenty-five dollars,
which was lying on tbe porch. Tbe
thief has not yet been heard from.
When you come to town to get pic
tures, don't stop until you find Court
ney fc Appleton's gallery corner Main
and Depot sts. , ... ... . tf
For a nice white shirt and also all
wool flannel and cassimeres, shirts of
which we have purchased a large stock.
We are able to sell them cheaper than
any other house in town, at Isaac
We can sell cheaper for cash, from
ten to fifteen per cent less than any
other clothing house in Northern Ohio.
Our motto is, "quick sales and small
profits," at the United States Clothing
Store of Isaac Marx's, two doors west
of the Court House. tmo2
Lata Erie was very boisterous Sun
day nignt ana Jtonuay.
Lang keeps the best floor in town
Go to Maxwells' if you want your
dollars to spin ont the farthest. atl
Boys with croes-bows kill snipe and
wosxicocil in some or the streets or uu-
Tobacco of all brands at Lang's. 3tf
Something new Crayon Photo
graphs at Courtney & Appleton's. tf
Umbrellas were of little use the
first two days of this week. The wind
had a trick of turning them inside out
to the great aggravation of their own-
Latest styles of hats and caps just
received at Maxwelts . Call aud see
Go to Lang's Bakery for all kinds
or good brocenes at provisions 3tl
Shadow pictures at Hall's Gallery,
Nicest assortment of Cakes
dies at Lang's.
We furnish Envelops with a Busi
ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as
tne Dianx envelopes can oe Durcnased
Cameo pictures at Hall's Gallerv.
Finest five cent Cigar in town at
i Hall the people's Photographer, tf
Stephen Hecker shipped within the
last two weeks 500 tons of lime to the
Akron Iron Works at Akron. Ohio.
That looks like business.
The Central Ohio Fair held in Orr
ville last week was a complete success
financially and otherwise. The number
of entries was not so large as usual,
owing no doubt to the scarcity of fruit
Don't put it off any longer. You
have no lease of your life, so go at once
while you are redolent with health aud
beauty to Courtney & Appleton's, and
get your picture taken. tf
Tbe finest black and plain colored
suits in beaver, kersy,castor and doeskin
win be sold at tbe lowest market price,
at Isaac Marx's. 5ino2
Latest styles of fall and. winter
Clothing just received at Maxwell's,
wbica. will be sold cheap ror cash, otr
It is surprising what splendid pho
tographs Courtney & Appleton make,
since they attended the Photographic
For the nicest assortment of buck
skin, chinchilla and kid gloves and
gauntlets of the best make and all col
ors, go to Isaac Marx's. 5mo2
For tbe best and cheapest line of
gents' furnishing goods, go to Isaac
The mammoth stock of Overcoats,
in various sty les, colors and quality that
has never keen seen before, w e otter
them to our customers at a great bar
gain, at Isaac Marx's. 5mo2
If you want good cigars, go to B
. Young. 52tf
No further need of going to tbe
city to get a fine photograph aud frame
lor Courtney and Appleton can nil tbe
oui to a . tr
Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery.
Don't fail to go and get some of
those beautiful Crayon photographs,
maae oy Courtney & Appleton's. tf
For cutlery, plated snoonb. knives
and forks, all warranted. Call at
Bank's China Store. 10w3
The largest and best selected stock
ready-made Clothing can be found
tne united stales Clothing store of
isaac juarx. bmoi
The best, most desirable and largest
stocK oi irames and mouldings can be
found at Courtney dc Appleton s. tf
Don't spend a dollar for Clothing
until you have called at Maxwells'.
They sell the cheapest. 5tf
Hall the people's Photographer, tf
Harpster, Budy fc Co. agents for the
Three River Michigan Pumps, tbe best
pumps in the market. A flue stock on
band. Also a stock of well buckets.
Call and see then. 10w3
For a tine line of hats and caps, un
equalled in style and quality, will cor
respond with our low prices in general.
Isaac Marx's. 5mo2
The purest and sweetest Cod Liver
Oil is Hazard t,Caswell's, made on tbe
sea shore, from fresh, selected livers, by
Caswell, Hazard & Co- New York. It is
absolutely pure and sweet. Patients
wno nave once taken it preter it to all
others. Physicians have decided it su
perior to any of the other oils in mar
We-weuld call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement of Horace
Waters & Son, headed, "Waters' Con
certo Parlor Organs," and for a descrip
tion or tbem we can t do better than to
copy the following: "We are glad to
chronicle any new thing, or any im
provement upon an old one, that tends
popularize music by rendering its
study either easier of more attractive
Lately our attention has been called to
new patented stop added to the Wa
ters' Reed Organ, called the Concerto
Stop. It is so voiced as to have a tone
like a rull, rich alto voice; !t is especi
ally "human" In its tone. It is power
ful as well as sweet, and when we heard
we were in doubt whether we liked
best in Solo, or with Full Organ. We
regard this as a valuable addition to the
Reed Organ. Mural Sea Yorker.
The firm of Messrs. Taylor & Sharp,
has been doing a good trade in the Fur
niture business. One of the firm is now
away bnying a new stock, and in a few
days they will have their store rooms
packed with new styles. To those who
need new furniture, we would say, go
Taylor & Sharp, and examine their
stock. Their new goods will be on in a
few days, when our citizens will have a
chance of getting choice furniture at
very reasonable rates. Fine work they
sell at close figures. Call and take a
look at their stock. tf.
Mrs. Wbolf and Hiss Emma Myers
have moved their Millinery and Dress
making establishment to the room over
Wholf, Tidball & Co's. store, where
they will be glad to meet their old friends
and many new ones. They have just
received a large assortment of new
goods, such as bonnets, lints, fancy
goods, patterns, c. Particular atten
tion is called to their new patterns.
Call and see them. tf
Glass Bros, respectfully announce to
the citizens of Millersburg and Its sur
rounding that they have opened a first
class Coffee Saloon and Restaurant,
which will be designated as the Fost
Office Exchange, where refreshments
will be served in good style. Call in
ye that thirst and they will give
thee drink, and ye that hunger can
there be ted. Ctf
Reward of Merit.
Tbe following strong certificate as to
the curative virtues of Miss Sawyer's
Salve, we clip from the Patten Voice:
"We are happy to liy before our
readers the following cure, effected by
the use of Miss Sawyer's Salve.
Mr. Silas Bryant of Sherman, has
been afflicted for years with what the
doctors pronounced a scrofulous cancer.
consulted the most skillful physi
cians in vain, and was finally Induced
try Miss Swyer's Salve and now af
using the forth box, he Is entirely
cured, and enjoys perfect health, tf
To all who are In need of paper, en
velopes, tc, plain or fancy, we would
state, that we have a good assortment
hands, and are fitting up the room
back of the Post Office, where samples
our stock can be seen. The best
brands of Cap, Legal Cap, Fools Cap
Xote lleads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads
Note and Letter Paper, always on hands
Envelopes of all styles and colors. Our
paper and envelopes are of the best
quality, and will be sold at the very
lowest figures. Persons wishing to have
their cards printed on their envelopes,
letter heads- can have it done at lit
tle expense. Please remember that all
kinds of Stationery can be had at
wholesale or retail.
7 tin CUiMent mmt CenlCtmlmmm; ' .
I have got in a Buffalo Scale and am
ready to supply all orders at the Bank.
All orders left at Yergin's Drug Store
win be promptly lined, c lean coil and
honest weight " guaranteed to all for
For tlil best Syrup & N. O. Molas
ses go to Lang s. 3tf
All kind of pictures at Hall's gal
lery, v - r. 1S11
Geuuine 77ew Hamnshira TTnnu
Blankets at Harpster, Rudy & Co. 10w3
This is what we are doing; seffins
suver riateu w are at usi prices, i Tea
spoons, per set SI,6Zt, lormerly S2,50
tablessnooiis. t3j0, formerly $5.00 Dei
set, W. Jacobs.
Coshocton as a Bridge Manufacturer.
Last Saturday the Coshocton Iron
and Steel Works completed a magnifi
cent Iron Bridge across the Schuylkill
river, at Slmyra, Aew. York, 815 feetrt
n length, at a cost or suo,000. Upon
tbe completion of this Bridge another
contract was a warded this company for
a duplicate .Bridge, within nve sauares
across tne same river at tiniyra.. 'i hi.
certainly shows that Coshocton Bridges
are the best that are built. Age.
A Fine Picture.
If you want a flue picture already
framed, e4scribe tor" the illustrated
"Peoples Monthly,"'pictorial paper foM
the fireside. Pictures delivered from t
four to ten days after subsoribhrg; The
paper and can be seen at the
Post Office. H. M. CUNNINGHAM.
Millersburg Market. October 22, 1873.
FLOim, bbl. Retail, .
WHEAT, White hush, .
- - 1 25
- - - 1SU
11 K AT. lied. bush.
per bush .
It.VKLEY. " - .
OATS, ttbush. - -CLOVKK
TIMOTHY SIXO, "
HAY, at ton, . i
EUOS, V !"-.
Bl'TTEK, (in roll) lb.
CflEESE, " . . ...
LAUD, " . ..
SHOl LDEB8,rllW -
UK1EO APPLES, lb- f
DKIED PEACHES, $ 1U
PAICED PEACHES, " .
BAGS, a lb. - -:
FEATHEUS. lh. -
- - GTi
- - - 35
- ' - ' ' 5 23
' - 3.S5
- - - 1 50
- - 1 50
- - '- ' H oo.
. - " - ss
- - S
- ' - '8
- - - . 10
- . '-75
- 1 S50
SALT, f hbL retail,
WOOD, ner cord.
- - 50
CHESTNUTS, per bush."
HICKJCUYNL'TS per bush.
Cleveland Money Market.
Cleveland Money Market. CLEVELAND, Oct. 21, 1873.
Tbe fblloflfnr are the r.ifkiinv itM ai Ki.i
auu uuTGiHiucui securities in lilts market
Silver larsre . i
sixes of 1881, ex.eonponi
Five-Twenties (186S) .
Five-Twenties (18S5) old 117
Five-Twenties (1855'. coupons 1181,'
Five-Twenties (1S67) coupons 111
Five-Twenties (18681 couuons 110 w
Ten-Forties ex. coupons 105X
Cleveland Market. CLEVLAND, Oct. 21, 1873.
FLora White XXX .
" lied and Amlmr
Wbkat White 77.
.. E EOaS 00
- 1 45
" Amber z
SMoam Mk ats Hams
. . SOaSSc
" Bacon . . .
n Dried Beer
Dried Peaches Peeled ........
Potato per bo
. - . S5c
Pittsburg Market. PITTSBURG, Oct. 21, 1873.
FLooa White XXX
" White XX.
" Ked and Amber.
Sxoeed Meats tiam
CUEI BE ,
Dkixd Pv aches reeled .,
Potatoes per bbl
. . . yi
3 50a4 5U
T : ""'ISCU
New York Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 21, 1873.
" . Red
" SupurAna Western
8 mas so
' - - c
Errors of Youth.
A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years
Nervous Debility, JPiemature Decay and
tbe effects oyouibful inUUcreUon will, for
the sake of suffering hiunanity. send iree to all
who need it, the recipe aad direction for mak
ing the simple remedy by which he was cured,
sufferers wishing to profit by the advertisers
experience can do so by addressing, in !erfect
confidence, JOHN li. OtiUKN,
51m No. 43 Cedar street. New fork.-
Children Often Look Pale and Sick
from do other cause thaa having worms in the
Brovm? Vermifitye Comfit
will destroy Worms without; injury to tbe child
being perfectly Whit, and free from all col
oring orother injurious ingredients Usually
used in worm preparations. .
ClKl'Iii A IfliOWN, Proprietors,
No 315 Fulton street. New York.
Sold by Druggists and Chemists and dealers
Medicine at cents a liox. 4tyl
Thirty years' experience of an old oirse.
Mr. Winslow' Sthing Syrup U thy prencrip
ttm of one of th9 best 4'eu;tle Physicians aad
Nurses in the United States, and has been used
80 years with never-failing saiVty and suc
cess by millions of mothers aud children, from
the feeble infant of one week uld to the adult
corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
wind colic, regulates tbe bowels nd gives
ret, health ana comfort to mother and child.
We believe it to be the best and surest remedy
the world in all cases of Dysentery and Jiar-
in Children, whether ttaiises trom teeth
or from any other cause. Full directions
using will accompany each bottle. None
fen nine unless the lae-siniile of CWRT1S He
KKKIN8 is on the outside wrapper., iioldby
Medicine Dealers. 47yl
Household Panacea & Family Liniment
the best remedy in the world for the follow
ing complaints, viz: Cramps in the Limlu and
Stomach, Pain in tbe Stomach, Iuwel or ide,
Rheumatism in all its forms, BilUous Colic.
Neuralgia. Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Fresh
Wounds, Hums, tore Throut. Spinal Complaint
Sprains and ttruiaes. Chills and Fever. For
Internal and External Use.
Its operation is not only to relieve the pa
tient, but entirely removes the causo of the
complaint, it penetrates and pervade the
whole system, ret. tori iig healthy action to all
parts, and quickening the blood.
Tm Uoutkoid Panoeta is purely Vegetable
Prepared by CURTIS JIKOWN,
No. 215 Fulton Street, New York.
For sale by all Druggists 47 vl
TO THE " TRADE" ONLY! I 1873.)
W A. T Cn E S !
Jewelry. Watch and Clock Material.
JLc., Ac. Ac-, AC.
Old Goods. Everything New & FrnlC
NEW YORK BILLS DUPLICATED.
Orden promptly attended to.
Wholasale, Exclusively. .
G. B. BAHEETT & CO.,
60 Fifth. Avenue, ' ;-
EP1ST0L0URAPHIC. , , ,
A yottiir man of resnecubllitr (leslrei cor
retpond.nce with a nomber of intelligant
701105 laiiiea. ror annaamenv aim improTa
meat. Addma, MARK UKltaUilTII, Jck
Box Hi, Flttaborf u, fa. 7-raol,
, C 1 ft :
To save the -exjims j o
t -i, z.t r, TT .
WSW1"1 10 ciote out our. pret-
ing to $215,000 kt COST Tins
t n T
is t(greaUst'l6ppoTtuaiiy ever
offered to thejntllic' to furnish
tfreir hqwest at a very low yost.
Wa' rv'.;,; ... ..
itt,a j.' urmiure g jirsi-ciags k
every respect, leing the product
of 'JJtVr picn factory !
103, 105 and 107 Water-st
CJ LEVE LjV TVJ3. O.
-r - . .. . .
THfi FAVORITE HOME : '.. 1 1)
i bit uariTalled Southern Keiaedj la warran
ted not to contain a tinzle particle of Meren
Ti auy injurious mineralaubaunce. but is
:;: PmIy VegtaWe .
containing tliose Sontbern Roots and Herbs,
which an all-wise Troridenco baa placed in
countries where Liver Lieacs most prevaiL
will core all Diseases caused by Derail fo
of tbe Liver aad bowels.
Simmon' Liver Regulator, or Medicine,
eminently a Family Medicine; and br being
kept rcaily for immediate resort will save
many an hour of suffering and many a dollar
time and doctors bills
After over Forty Years' trial it is still re
ceiving tbe nio3t unqualified testimonials to its
virtues from persons of tbe highest character
responsibility. Eminent physicians com
mend it as tbe most
Com tipation. Headache, Pain in the Shoul
ders, l)i2uness,or t-uunai'W bad taste in the
mouth, billons 'attacaV ralaitatioa of tbe
Heart, Pain In the region of the Kidneys, de
sponndency, gloom and forebodings of evil,
of which are tbe offspring of a diseased
For Dyspepsia or Indigestion.
Armed with thfc ASTtDOTE, all climates and
changes or water and food nar Defaced with
out tear. As a Itemclv in MALARIOUS FK
VKKS. BOWKL COMPLAINTS, rksti.ks.
1$ has no EquaL
is the Cheapest; Purest- and'-TJest Flmily
Mnvnre iu iod norni;
' Manufactured only by
.1 u Tr;i; s.
M ACo, UAand PUILAJiiLi'UA1
Priceivop. 3old byaU Oraggiats
i nf'. : y
' - V The National
"agents -Xaifs ' hsim ' Ccijinjj
wanted. Of Chicago,
Desires to employ on liberal
terms, encrgatic and reliable
... men to not as Acents in this and
" ''j V 5l,er" oouMies . only those
ineaninir business need amilv.
EAD im - FEA TtTR E3 T
-: wS: td Company is wudU and Te
llable. Uas a paid up cash cap
ital of 4O;O0U. eQabliiifc it to
MfiipiO Kviupty wunauiae tans oi tne
,: tates, in most .f which it is
11ty.ai55i by,leadiiisjliuiHioiers. oi
10 inauraiioc; un we asm
' a f (reinsurance.
Low Rates.Ko.rcserrT beyond the current
ALaxcoruusu,- year. 2io extravagant load-
costs .odIt 1UA- for expanses. .Insurance
11 or less lor at aciual cost, or about oue-
years. lourtn or tue old style nigh
Deceased Potiey'holdersof this
Co. have realized S104,7uii more
than, they would had their pol
fnaiif., I. Illtcies been in olU high-rutes
JUSLlCSlfl Alleompanies. AWas ' ATION-
...... m- . T fyriK HAM Rit
" Fourth avoouo. ( JUttabiuKU,
Or. Garvin's Elixir of Tar.
recom mended br reerular medical practi
tioners luid a Mieodv cureiarueed for ColVis
Catarrh, Astliwa. Bronohilift, Apfttmg
wonbuuipcion aim an puiiuuuary ewm-
Scrofula, Erysipelas, laueunt an4
Drgentery. Cholera Alorbas, cholera.
all liver and uowel com plaints. Kidney
Diseases, and all affections of (he urinal or-
ucrfectlv harui less free from mineral
alcoholic properties pleasant to take and
known to tail Price 1 per bottle. Full
particulars, with medical testimony and cer
tificates sen ton auulication. L. K.HYliU ft
1 Seventh Avenue, ew York.
TheBeckwith $20 Portable Family
Sewing Machine on 30 Days Trial;
advant&ires ovaralL- Satisfaction ruar-
anteel or -Ar refUiid. Gent eontplcte, with
directions- Seekwith Sewing .Machine
862 Broadway, IS'cw York.
arts from the Devil; joivPuDid Aawd.
Book just Issued, exiioslnar the 'personals'
have appeared in the New York Newua-
their history and leston; sylish jrilliiiii
exnoseA. iAtlveriiseBienU li-m leuer-
men tobeaiitilnl women; clandestine medt-j
now irustraceA tueniptory oi tne uood
rich Trifiilv the result of a uprsonal I in
scription of living Broadway statues. Expo
ses Social Corruption. Sent on receipt of QOots.
Address Unique l'rintinir iloitet 4 i'sey St.,
. The New Remedy for Rupture..
most imuortant Iuvention. Sold br the
Elastic Trass Co. No. 6i Broadway New York
It stains niDture absolutely in ease and
comforts night and day, at all times and under
circumstances, without any exception in
ease, and shoQld never be taken. off during
short tima renuisile Mt eJTeut a ueriuanent
Sent bv mail. Circulars free. A nvd rue-
or Thysician will order thia new Truss. lor
witnoui enarge. jtaoowij:
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacmo R. R:
The direct route for Jolict. Morris. Ottawa
Lasalle, 1'eru, llcrirv, Macon, 1'eoria. (ienne-
Moline. Itock Ibliind, liavenikorL Jduca
Wir-triugton.IowaCity , iJrinr.el, Xewton,
Moines, Council lilulTs and Omha, with
out change, where it joins with the Cnion Fa
cilic lliiilway for Uenver, Salt .LakeCity, Sac
ramento. Sun- Frnueisco. ami atl point west
Pacilic coast. Trains teavealatlr.viz:
Omaha, Leavenworth 4 Atchison press, (ex
cept Suniiays), iu.w A. Ji.
Accommodation, (cxccutSundayW - ,
L 0 ' '6.00 P. f.
OaaliwtUMl LeaveMrorrH lspres, (Except
Saturdays), m law r.ii
Denatt corner HArrisoa and Sbermaa streets.
olttce i Wui Matliaon htreet, Sherman
The Utifaro. ItocV island and Pa'eillb 1UH-
roatlOtupany have bow- opened' sheir South-WertOa-livi5ion
between 'lrarrnworth, At
chison and Chicago, cvnnecting at Leaven
worth with KiuMa,1iat)irt4 aad Missouri la
ciiic Kaltroads, aud at Atchison with AU hion
Toucka santa re, Central rtrah UnioaH
and AUUiou & Nebraska Kailroad. Utr
points in Kansas, Indian Territories, Colo
rado and New Mexico. The Company have
a full oom piemen or raiare luawiug
and Slceoinc Care, which for eiiermu
leauty ami inteiior arrangements for the coin
fort, convenience ami luxury of passeup.'rs are
uneqtiaueu uy any oiner carsoi tne tma in tne
Through tickets lor bale at all princi
pal and wav ticket oiUres.
Hugh Kiddle, General Snpcrrntendent.
M. Smith, tieneral Fasceuirer Air em. Chi
111. , , , . -r
MAtK ST It EST,
r -, -SHOES & .
A MAMMOTH STOCK
!-- r-3 .. . -
BooiriS., Shoe Store.
!ttOi lrsv.'3.J,.rie.-j- -:.
This stock of Goods was purchased di
rect from the Manufactory, at j
the BOTTOM CASH
Of the BEST MAKERS OF GOODS
IflN- TITEr; MAKKET. Our
Prices are far below '
. auy others iu the
-A.S to equality.
Our Terms are
CASH 4 BOTTOM PRICES!
ONE PRICE TO ALL."
'Fair & Square Dealing I"
" ' "IS OUR MOTTO.
All can be suited in our stock.
I"3Ien, Boys, Women, Misses, Chil-
Cdren, Youth, &c. In fact, we have
Ethe goods, and we propose to save
VSTyou 25 per cent, upon all goods
Thought of us, for the truth of which
gplease callandee before making
No. 2, National Bank Building,
Aug. 25, 173. V '
HEW FIRM !
v v.- -...
(Successors to J. E. Koch, Jr)
now offering the Largest and Best Seleet
cu oiw vt -wuus 111 uro iai&c
Greatly EcteJ Pies
' OfrR STOCK Of
- CONSISTS OF ; , '
Prints, Ginehams, Denims, - - -
Brown and Bleached Muslins.
Cottonades. Checks, , .
ptlipes, Delaines, Alpacas,
Japanese Cloths, -
Mohairs, Poplins, Keps,
Merinos, Empress Cloth,
Black, Brown and Colored Silks,
Clothsy Cafcsimeres, Jeans, '
Tweeds, Carpet Yarns, &c
have everythini in the NOTION
uurgo Aback or
Carpets, Oil ; Cloths
Large Stock of Queensware
Large Stock of Croceries,
as Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Syrnpa,' Spices
vicc, isaierniiis, cwajs rooacco,
that eannot be surpasseiL
Salt, Fish, Plaster, Lime, &c,
can always be supplied bj calling on us.
BSnon't fall to examine onr stock before
purchasing- elsewhere. n
pa; the Highest Market Price, in CASH,
Butter, Eggs, Lord, Dried and
Green Fruits, Bacon, Wool,
Seeds, Grain, Potatoes,
' Ac, etc., tc.
Bemember the place KOCH'S COK-
' WHOLF, TIDBALL & CO.
Millsrsburc, AprU 11, irt Mtf
Baa Just receiVM alarxeatock jj
-AMERICAN t SWISS ' J
la GOLD and SILv"ES"tASE3. j .
Gold and 3ilTer Charms in abnn-
V uaaco. A large aaaortment
a ot Studs, Buttons, tna '
S ' Gold and Silver Kings,' ,
Z ' Gold Bracelets, line
J . Gold Jewelrj .
; in sets, . ,
Charms, Silver Thimbles, Gold :
Tit 1'ana eiuaoaAlM Kiolratl nA
Tens, Spectacle, K ickel and
Plated Wans Ac. wa ,
. continue to sell Elgin
Watches at fac
; tory list . . "
; Call and See our stock of GooVs;
before purchasing elsewhere. t ,
35 to 100 per cent, saved
, by doing. W do , '
as we wish- to be
done by. ,All ;i
( goods war- , , .
. Repairing 2
Watches, Chronometers, docks.
Jewelry. tc Repaired oa short
f-Look for the Big Watch
and Spectacle Siga. . . j .
Attention ! ' Everybody
AND BUT TOCR
SHEET -IRON WARE,
Of onr own mannfactara. Also dealers in 1
33n. NICKOL'S ;
Manufactured bj L. J, MaUisoa, CleTelaad, O.
.' .. . . i
. We are Sole Manufacturers of . ''
PATENT CHIMEY - TOP,
Gothic shape Prerents Chimneys from smok-
' iliffs ., ; - ( i ,
Job Work of All Kinds
V HADE A SPECIALTY. , . '
BEECLE BROS., :
In Courtney k, Appleton's Block,
RICHNESS OF TONE !
... ' ADD ""
Surpassed by None. -
The Estey is becoming
a nuusenma noia
Everywhere. , i
Large Numbers are' Being
uiu in fmat ana an"
SAMPLE INSTRUMENTS !
CAN BK SEEN BY CALLING AT THE
M. P. FOGLESONG,
"WM. H. GAED.
wonld rnneetfallr anneaBe that I keen
constantly oa band a food supply of , ,
Fresh Groceries and Pro
visions , .
Irons. TRKSH MEATS of aU kinds
be ai ilally..
AT ALL HOITB& ' '
Street, nppoaite the Book Store.
WM. H. AJtl
Q-rT - 1
i a w
t Or. J. Walker's California Vin.
Vgar Bittera are av purely Vtrntable
prcpnranoD, raaao cmcoy trom toe na
tive lierbs fouud on the lower ranges of
tte Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
oia; the" medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom witbont the nse
f. .Alcohol. : Tlie Question is almost
daily asked, ''What is the cause of the
unparalleled success ot vijtegar jjit
TEnsf Our answer is, tliat they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient re
covers bis health. -They are tlie great
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and Jnvigorator
of the system. Never. before in tbe
history of the world has a medicine been
compounded possessing tbe remarkable
qualities of Vixkgab Birrraa in bealinrtbe
sick f every disease man is heir to. They
are a gentle Purgative a& trell as a Tonic,
relieviug Contention or ' Infiammation of
the Liver .aad Visceral Organs in Bilious
The properties of Dr. Walker's
Tiseoac Bittkrs are ADarient. Diaphoretic,
rrmmativa VntnHnn, T..Tntj7. tl nrofli
Sedative, Counter-Irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive, and Anti-Biliuus. - vr
Grateful Thousand.1? proclaim Vnr
eqae Butebs the most wonderful In
vigomut that ever sustained to sinking
system. - -
no person can use tnese iiiners
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed ; by mineral poison -or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilious. Remittent and inter
mittent Fevers, which are so preva
lent in the vallevs of our creat rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of tbe Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas. Red. Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many otaera, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invnriahlv aecornnanied by extensive de
rangements of the stomach, and liver,
and other abdominal viscera, la their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a1 pow
erful influence upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for the purpose equal to
ni? J w a liter's VixzgaK Bitters,
as they will speedily remove the- dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating the secretions of tbe liver,
and generally -restoring tbe health j
functions of th mgesuve orgaos.
Knrtifv th ixxlv asainst oiseasa
by purifying all its fluids with- TcftOAB
Ritteks. No eDidemie can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed. .
Dvsnensia or Indisestion. Head
ache, Pain in tlie Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in tlie Mouth. Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain- in the region ef the Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are the offeprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will provs a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment - ' ' ' ' ' ' ; "
Serofnla, or King's EriL White
Sa-eliings, Ulcere, Erysipelas. Swelled Keek,
Goitre. Scrofulotu Iuflaininarinns, Indolent
Innauimattom, Mercorial A ffectjuaa, Old
Saros, Kruntioosof the Skis, Sore Even, ate
In these, a in all other coaatitntieual Dis-.-u:
ii'irtm'. Vimt Birraaa have
slMtwn their great enranve powers m uio
mot vbtinate and intractable eases;
- For inflammatory and Clironie
Klieumatisill, Goat, BUions, Bemit
teut and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
tlie H.'nod, Jjver, Sidneys 'and Jlladder,
tbexe Bitten It are no enual. Such Diseases
are caused by Filiated lilood. '
Mechanical Diseases. Persons en
gaged iu Paints aud Minerals, such as
i'inmbers, Tvpe-Settcrs, 6old-beaterv and
Uicurt. as I hey advance in life, ar snbject
to piiralvsia "of the Boweis.- To- guard
against thw. take a dose of WaLEKX's Vis
kuac BiTTKRa upvasioiiallr'. '
1'or Skiu Diseases, Eruptions, Tet
ter, SiUt-Kkeum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
Pustules, Bnils,- Carbucclw, King-worms,
Sald-iicad. Sore Eves. Erynjielaa. Itch.
SctirfK. Disuoloratioss of the Skin, Humors
a:al Di.seas of the rikiii of whatever name
nature, are literally Aug up and carried
nut ot' the system in a abort time ij the use
these Bitters. . :
Pin. Tape, aad other Worms,
lurkinz ia the svntcin of eo many thousands.
are effectually destroyed, and removed. 2'o
srstuin ut uiftlirina, uo vamufugea, no an-
thelniicitics will true Urstni trum worms
Kke rhese Bitters. "
For Female Commaints, in young
old, married or single, at the dawn of wo-
mannooa. or tile- tarn Of wey mess ionic
Bitters ilisoisv so decided as irouence that
iinjirovement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the itiaten isiooa wnen-
erer yon and its imparities barstiasj throoeh
s kin in Pimpiea, Emptincs, or Sores ;
deanae it when voo find it obstructed and
Mcsgi&h m tiie reins: cleanse it when it is
foni : yoar feeling wiU Mil voa when. Seep
blood pure, and the health of the system
will lulio-?-. . -
, , H. a. McMMAW at COw '
lrae7unr Gn. Ag-ta. San Franewea. Califiiraia,
'cor. T tashineioii anu CVarlton Stx. X y.
Jtold hf aui Airauuu auaa. malm.
Provision 7 Store!
Havina vnrekased a new antek afGraoarrm
ProTiaioaa, suck as sn(an Cotae. Srrap,
Honinr, Carbon Oil, Peas, Camata, Ba
sina, Kxtracta. Spieee, Ac
Also canned fruits, eandiea, eon starck and
starch, erackera, bakias andirAiaun,
mustard, nenper, cinnanMn, spioa aaencco cl
nra. skee blaoklns. Mm pnluk. I have also
np an OTSter nam adjniniaf
wliernaTatarawiUbeanmd oa ahnr ao
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AMERICAN IWS TIT TJE,
TOJ.W.MoKKK, - : .
Emlroidering and Fluting
r, a, hiMnioua and will meet tne wants u
matron in tne Una."
AV Cayi, see. see. F. B. rarnam, nea.
sajnim a a iiiaaan. vor. oeo. -
New Tork. Vtrr. MX tflTl.
ThJa aimnle and IneenkMa ntanklne la aa use
aa tne aewinn ktaohine, and is iaat beeoat
MnnLv witn lMuliea. in the nlnoa of exnan
needle work; its work beina aaoch nsorak
bSMaome, requiring leas hm ana nos one
tentk part tbe expanse. Ka. lady's toilet in
complete without it. A aackine, witk IK
lustrated circular and full Instmcuons aent a
receipt of fa. or Inithed in silver plan for Hi's
Adureaa, tne stenee maaunciunnt w.
Sue Broadway, Kew X ark.
CITY GUS. WORKS
lane assortment Tntnasle and Breeew
fxadiag iSinnle and Double barrel) snottoua.
KevolTera, fiatola, Sportina Ooodaan
rithina Tncknv. rU nd aiiauaa mj nock. .
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