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Holmes County Repnlflican
Mtxlersbgrg.O. :November 13,1873.
' . Sstiee U Sbrriben,
Qnbn,i ibcrs can ml war tin how their tub
Ocrirtim account stand, by looking at
azures alter tnnr names on tne aours lane
pasted on the margin of the paver. Those Har
are how the exact date to which suW-ripUos
has bees paid. There nay possibly be fuae
mistakes in the dates. If so ear ubscri,be
will please Mi us know what Uier ant.
Arrival and Departure of Mail -at
: " Millersburg Postofllce. .. r ,.
.r'n.u- JIAILUOAI. t "
Going Korth, . 4-SS p.'m.
- aa'Axr (from orrica
Going Xorth, 4.00 p.m.
Going South, :.. 1UI lis.
... , STAGE LDiEi . , .,
Fnoi Ceabortoa, Monda-n. Wednesday! and
Fridays, at 8.08 p. ax. , -;'.'"
- Mutt. .
Tuesdays Tharsiiays and Saturdays 1.0 a.m
"' .-. - aaarrs. - .."'
From Canal Dover, via Shaaesrille. Walnut
Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wnlnr.ji
. ana a rways, ax a aw , -
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at MOp.m
... .-. abuts. .
From Hew Philadelphia rta Ragersrille, New
neaiora, oaiiuio, etc., Baturuays, at isnr.
' : i ''. 'r ' - ;. MKaBT. "
5 w Saturdays, Ml . m.
- --. r .- . .. v svBirrc '
Krom Koebs Tia Benton, ME. Rope, etc. Vonm
days, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 8 p.
. pkfart. - - -
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 7 a.m.
Paint Valley Arri re and Depart Wednesdays
and Saturdays. ;. r , x
Otsee Bonn from 1 a. at. to a p. m .
Tbe business men of Millersburg have
agreed to eloae their place of doing
business on Thanksgiving Day, Tb ore-
day, Not. 27th, 1873. ..
A good boy wanted to learn Photo
graphing. Apply at Courtney 4 Ap
pieton'. - - : lOtf.
The ladies of Berlin and vicinity will
give Festival for the benefit of the
Berlin Band, on Friday evening, Xov.
21st All are Invited to attend. . .-' -
Two nice large rooms and a first rate
stable "(Separate) for rent.' Apply to
W. R. Pomeroy, Dentist. : 12w3
Bran for Sale.
Tea tons of good Bran for sale as
cheap, as can be bonght anywhere, at
Millersburg Mills. G. Fehbexbacb.
see (jourtney a, Appieton s new au
Tertisement this week. Now is a good
time to lay In a good stock of Photo
graphs for winter use, and Courtney dt
Appieton 's Is the place to get them.
A good paying bnslness, stock in trade,
requiring about one thousand dollars
capital, is offered for sale. Present
business rooms for rent. Possession
given immediately. ; For information
relative to it, apply at this office, lltf
Coffee Saloon and Restaurant.
All who desire refreshments gotten
op in good style, will be pleased to
know hat such can be had by calling
at the Coffee Saloon and Bestagrant'of
the Glass Bros, opposite the Post Office,
Killersburg, O. Warm Meals at all
hours of the day. . 6tf
Mr. Tan Steenbergh, of Coshocton
was in town one evening last week
looking np the gas question, and left an
appointment to meet our citizens In
Town Hall, this (Thursday) evening,
where we trust all our people will be in
attendance, and bear what he has to
say on that question.
Pomeroy, the young man sent to jail
some weeks ago, for attempt to commit
rape near Winesburg, escaped from the
Millersburg jail, about eleven o'clock
Sunday Bight. Two other prisoners
who were in the jail also, refused to go
with him, as they preferred to stand
their trial, as they were innocent, so
they say. Pomeroy lias not been heard
from at this writing. , . .
Commercial Block No. 1.
No. 1 Commercial Blocks now offer
ing great inducements to those who
wish to buy "dry goods' queens ware,
cloths, groceries, &c,&c. .J. Mulvane
says he has s good assortment of all
classes of goods, which will be sold at
very low figures. Now is the time to
get bargains. A full supply of fall
goods just received.'- See Chan ge of ad
vertisement this week. ' , . '- - '
Nothing can be more beautiful than a
loving household. There is no garden,
there is no beauty in the heavens to
compare with the beauty of a loving
'household. Parents with their chil
dren, Interlocked In love, screened from
the ontward world, housed and harbor
ed aad imparailised; few sights are
more beautiful, and few experiences
more-delightful. We do not know how
happy we are while the happiness is
passing. . With all the cares, the anx ie-
ties, the watching, the labors, the sick
ness, the memory witnesses that there
was, after all, no period of life when
there Was so much or so varied enjoy
ments as in the early days of the fami
ly, while the children were yet young,
were entirely under the parental con
trol, and were simple and loving'.
A Great Want Supplied.
W. K. Pomeroy ..Dentist in this place
has opened a general repair shop in con
nection with bis office, where ha pro
poses to repair all kinds of light machi
nery, instruments, tools dec, from a
Sewing machine down to a Jack-knife,
Mr .Pomeroy's widely known reputation
and experience as a first class mechanic
is sufficient guarantee of his ability - to
please the community in this behalf ;and
we trust onr people will not fail to give
him a call for anything they may want
done in his line. ' He makes a specialty
of repairing Sewing m.ichines,Knitting
machines, Medical A Surgical instru
ments Ac, Ac. . 12w3
Things to be Remembered.
Almost every one has more or less to
do with the post office, yet few seem
understand with certainty some of the
simplest regulations pertaining thereto.
Hence trouble and vexation are the
natural result. Anything "written up
on any mail matter other than the neces
sary address subjects the same to letter
postage. It is also required that a news
paper delivered through any post office
be charged with the regular newspaper
rate. This applies to those delivered in
the same town where published. Yet
the violation of the former and an ig
- norance in regard to the latter regulation
is daily causing worriment to those
who happen to trip upon them. . t
Think of the long evenings of the
approaching winter, and how lonely
you will be without a good home paper
to while away the lime, and then call
in ana subscribe for the Kkpcblicax,
Notice to Sportsmen and Others.
We, the undersigned citizens of Har
dy Tp.,In' the county of Holme and
State ol Ohio, hereby notify all persons
against tresspassing upon our premises
for the purpose of shooting game. Any
person eo tresspassing after date of this
notice will be prosecuted. Nor, 6th
M. F. Xewton,
Isaac Harpster, '
. W. Uhl,
J. A. Estill,
Panic Prices for the Next 30 Days.
We are now. closing out for eatk only,
Our stock of Ciothing and Gents' Fur
nishing Goods, from 74 to 12 per cent.
less than this season's prices, and we
are the only bouse in. town offering
such great inducements, therefore, it is
to your interest to call on us before
buying elsewhere, for any goods yon
need in our line during the next 30
days, before our splendid assortment is
broken, at the United States Clothing
Store, of Isaac Marx, two doors west of
the Court House.- - ' 13tf
Tins is the name of a chrome given
toubscribers of Old and Xew, an excel
lent magazine for every thinking per
son. One cannot look at this picture
without expressing admiration. A
beautiful maiden is sitting in the foli
age, a darling little bird is on a branch
close at hand, and they are looking at
each other will a look that betokens the
confidence of the bird that it does not
face an enemy. For further particu
lars concerning this beautiful chromo
and Old and. Not, address F. B. Per
kins, Business Agent, 143 Washington
SL, Boston, Mass. .-' - . '
How to Get on a Tight Boot.
Our fine-haired and fairy-footed "nice
young men," will be rejoiced to learn
that tight boots may be drawn on easily
by a simple process. The patient lies
down on the floor and holds his feet
straight up In the air until the blood
runs out of them, than diminishing the
size of the foot by several ounces,
when it will slip' into the boot as slick
a sHding into a gutter on a dark night,
or getting into the mud when crossing
our streets. To enjoy perfect immuni
ty from pedal, torture while the foot Is
thus ensconced, It is only necessary to
remain in the position until ready to
draw oil the boots.
One of the most important measures
for the prosperity and growth of a
town is the establishment and encour
agement of manufactures. You might
as well attempt to build a city in the
center of a vast plain, without railroads
as to endeavor to make a town without
manufactures. Inducements must be
offered and liberality extended to these
institutions of industry ere they ran
be expected to flourish and prosper.
They must be encouraged by its citi
zens and every help and inducement
held out to them that is possible. Like
the roots of newly transplanted trees,
(hey need extra nourishment from that
which they would naturally receive
through the common channels of trade.
Every good citizen should regard it as
his duty to furnish at least his encour
aging, word,-if nothing more. These
manufactures or their management
should not be set in judgment upon and
before even a fair trial, condemned, but
their hands should be held np, their
virtues allowed to develop and every
opportunity given them to establish
themselves upon a lirm basis and a per
manent foundation. Every manufac
tory, whatever may be its merits or de
merits, that succeeds in establishing a
demand for its wares, and places itself
upon a sound financial footing, is an
addition. and a valuable auxiliary to
the growth and prosperity of a town.
Manufactures are to the growth and
development of a place, like the heart
to the body, instilling vigor, energy
and life itself to the man. How im
portant, then, is it, that we should cher
ish a high regard tor these institutions
of wealth and energy. If we keep in
view the prosperity of our town if we
wish to encourage its growth and fu
ture greatness, we must give our band
and good word to the men of capital
and means who come among us with in
tention of building up a prosperous
business aud givinar, employment to
lareejBumbeTSj. of peopled Any other
policy must necessarily react on this or
any other community, and bring stag
nation to bnsiness, and aSend to lur
ther growth""a.nd progressr" We hope
our citizens will consider these sugges
tions, and remember,-that with them
alone rests the responsibility of making
Millersburg,' by the encouragement of
manufactures, a large and prosperous
town, or by an opposite policy, keeping
it and its resources in the back ground
and its growth materially retarded, i ,
Keep Your Feet Dry.
When the cold, wet weather of au
tumn comes, men and boys put on thick
shoes or boots. , But women and girls
hardly ever make any change until
winter comes in dead earnest and very
frequently not then. J5 i " i
Howt often no we see girls and wo
men in the country, either with paper
solos, or cloth gaiters on their feet, or
old leather shoes so broken as to be no
sort of protection against water? In
theaHtumn we geuerally - have heavy,
frequent rains, and the ground is as full
f water as a sponge. Farmers' girls
and wives are ia the habit of .waiting
upon themselves, doing jiheir own part
of the work, and not unfrequently do
ing things mqre properly belonging to
the boys. ; '.. - -
They run up the orchard 4br a basket
of apples, they fetch a pumpkin from
the field, they draw a bucket of water,
and bring in an armful of wood. Some
times, and quite often too, they feed the
pigs. Yeu will seldom find dry walks
t all these places, and broken, or thin
shoes, and the ground saturated with
water, will, If they come in contact,
produce wet feet..' .- j I j ? . .;
; Now as a preventive, put on thick
soled shoes as soon as it comes on cold
and damp. DonVeay Pit wear my old
shoos, and put on robbers when its wet.
You won't do It, you will be in too
much of aarry for a-psil ofwater,"to
stop for rubbers, and you.'liuu out and
get your feet wet, and you can't stop to
change or dry them, and you wear them
till night. Then will come ,upon you
all the evil" herein set flown, j ' . ; V
Dear girls, do take care of your feet.
Keep them warm and dry. 3x so do
ing you stand a better chanco'of being
healthy, and being healthy, a better
chance of being happy. Ex.
As winter is drawing oii, and we all
Umist have something to screen us, from
the cold winter blasts, let us all go to
Len Bird, who says ho will clothe us
Well, and charge us but little. See what
he says for himself in another column,
IN TOWN AND OUT.
Good hats 75 cents, at Bird's. 13tf
Len Bird is selling the best Cloth
mg tne cneapest. . iJtr
Thanksgiving day the 27th of this
12 Scotch, suit made
to order at
The turkeys will die game on the
zun oi wis menu.
Good coats $3,50 at Len Bird's. 13tf
B. J. Young keeps the best assort
ment or candy la town. o2tt
- Fine dress suits at Len Bird's cheap.
The head men of Toledo are called
If you want to deal with the best
merchants and business men, go to those
who advertise in tne Upulicax
The squirrel hunters are making
daily raids into tne country in searcn
Good black coats at $4,00, at Bird's.
Underclothing very cheap.
suits $1,25 at Bird's.
Dr. Burner took a tape-worm for
ty-seven feet Ions from the stomach of
Charles Xeeteman last Saturday.
-Ladies Mite Society of the Presby
terian church will meet at the house of
lira. A. Barton this Thursday evening.
-r-Dr. Burner has been srivine free
lectnres every evening, in Town Hall
lor tne past week. .
It is a cafe rule to patronize those
who by advertising let- you know that
tney desire your custom.
If every one would pay their small
debts, tne stringency ot tne money mar
ket would soon be relieved.
Go to Bird's for your Overcoats-
good chinchilla very cheap. Biz stock
of gloves and mittens at Len Bird's. 13tf
The man who don't advertise re
cently, posted np a placard announcing
tne sale el ms goods "at oxyun
The Plasterers are at work in the
New Presbyterian church. Furnaces
are just being put in by V oorhes Bros.
-Important change of time have
taken place on the different railroads,
which are duly noted in our time tables.
E. J. (Eliza Jane) gave ns another
specimen of bis spread-eagle style In
las i weeK' f armer.
Linen overcoats for winter wear
should be dyed a dark, warm color, and
lined wttn popular metropolitan jour
Mrs. Wholf and Miss Myers keen
tne nest lotiet rowuer in town, taxi
The number of people who stop to
talk in the aisles about tne sermon ot
course just after the congregation is
dismissed, is on tne increase.
Quicksilver mixed with the white
an egg is the best thing to kill bed
bugs that we have ever seen offered. It
has never been known to tail when
The First National Bank of Ash
land has individual deposits to the
amount of $405,485 76, while its undi
vided profits are $18,968 95.
Go to Mrs. Wholf A Miss Myers
for the best Black Velvetteen in Millers
The Pittsburgh Commercial cruelly
intimates that its neighbor, the Pott, is
snnering oadly from a "rush or ignor
ance to the head."
The Sacntuient of the Lord's Sup
per was administered in the Presbyte
rian congregation on sabbath, itev.
J. Park of Fredericksburg assisted
Mr. Milholland. .
One lovelv trait of a prominent
Democrat of the old ring, in Millers
burg, is that be never drinks with a
An nnstamoed letter was denosited
a post office, and underneath the ad
dress was the indorsement, "let her
slide, p. m., she's all hunk; inside air
one of them post hole keerds."
"It George had not Mowed Into the
muzzle of bis gun," sighed a rural wid
at the funeral of ber husband, "he
might have got plenty of squirrels, it
was such a good day for them."
The post office department rules
that a single word written on the wrap
per of a book or newspaper, other than
the necessary address, subjects it to let
Weddings are getting very preva
lent. A while since it was cholera-
then yellow fever, and now matrimony ;
always something carrying the men off,
Henry Deets, sr- of Shanesvllle,
died very suddenly on Tuesday evening,
while sitting in a chair. Heart disease
supposed to have been the cause of
-The report reached Millershure
Tuesday that three qf the party who
killed John Aoname were convicted ot
murder in .the first degree. We don't
know how true this report is. We give
just as we receive it.
A friend of ours informs us the
"Ex-officio". will have the deed ready
ror the delivery or the uermans to tbe
Republican party by the 20th Inst, at
which time they will "open another
box." "Let's have peace."
Mr. Joseph H. Newton has a Law-
son Furnace in his house, and he says
is a great saving of coal. He says
also it will pay for itself in two or
three years, besides being much more
convenient. Voorhes Bros, are the
Some rascals set fire to, and burned
up, a Clover Huller, near Nashville not
long since. Loss, two or three hundred
dollars. The parties doing it are not
yet known. They should be dealt-with
severely. - .
A brakeman by the name of Sam
Fox, of Mansfield, was Instantly '
killed Thursday night by falling be
tween the cars of a freight train, near
Stibbs' factory, two miles east of Woos
ter. He was fearfully mangled. :- .'-
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A movement has been inaugurated
on the A. A G. W. R. E. which is des
tined to have a beneficial influence on
all the roads in the country, and which
to be hoped will be adopted by all
the great leading lines, mis is that no
trains except those containing stock,
shall bi run on Sunday.
Now is the time to guard against
conflagration. Tbe winter comes on
apace, and stoves, grates, beaters and
all other appliances for infusing warmth,
which have been nnused since the be
ginning of the summer, will soon be
Drought into 'service." Prevention is
cheaper and better than cure. -
To "dun," to press lor money due,
comes from one Joe Dunn, a famous
Daunt or .Lanooin, in .England, during
the reign of Henry VII. He was so
uncommonly successful in collecting
money that when a man refused to pay,
tne collector was asked why be didn t
Travelers on railroad cars are grow
ing louder and louder In their com
plaints againstthe nuisance of travel
ing peddlers. A a means of relief
passengers are adopting the plan of
throwing the wares placed in their laps
on the floor or out of tbe windows. It
is said to work well. .. ..
Obstructions on the sidewalks
should be avoided as far as possible.
Of course all due privilege should be
extended for the purpose of making im
provements, but no persons should al
low loose bricks or store boxes to en
danger the public travel or safety.
We received a staggering "blow"
irom tne correspondent "Jamboree" in
last week's Farmer. The fact is it has
unnerved us to such an extent that we
have not rested well since. And how
on earth that fellow lives after writing
sucn a "crusher" Is a mystery to tue
A priest who was examining at con
firmation class in the South of Ireland
asked the question, "What Is the sacra
ment of matrimony?" A little girl at
the head of the class answered, '"Tis a
state of torment into which souls enter
to prepare them for another and better
world." "Put her down to the foot of
the class," says the curate. "Lave her
alone," said the priest, "for anything
you or i know to me contrary she may
ne penecxiy ngni. '
For the Republican.
For the Republican. "Personal."
Under the above caption the editor of
the Farmer explains how the Demo
cratic campaign funds of 1872 were ex
pended. The explanation, no doubt, is
satisfactory to Mr. Estill, but three
fourths of all the Democrats are un
willing to swallow the "dose." He
says: -. . ; , . .-'
Some weeks after the presidential
election we presented tbe matter of our
unpaid printing Dill to lion. John Ber
ry, Member of Congress elect, who had
not contributed anything to the cam
paign, and he authorized us to draw on
him for $100 to apply to the payment of
our bill, ire did as -Mr. Berry sugges-
ed, tne oral, was paid ana tne amount
credited on our bill, leaving a balance
of Si, which is all that remains unpaid
or the campaign expenses or 1873.
Wehaveoueor two more question
to ask Mr. Estill on this matter. Why
is it that Mr. Berry' name was oa the
subscription list for fifty dollars only,
and that in Mr. E's handwriting and
marked "not paid?" How is it that
there was no charge against tbe Central
Committee by the .Farmer office until af
ter Mr. Berry said he had paid his as
sessment? Why is it that Mr. Estill's
partner knew nothing of this hundred
dollar transaction nntil Mr. B's letter
let daylight shine on the matter? We
have no doubt but that the Farmer edi
tor can explain the above questions sat
isfactorily, as we regard him a tbe
"champion explanation ist' of Ohio.
Some one however should pay that four
dollars due the Farmer office, as the one
hundred and twenty-four dollar bill for
tickets and fifty posters would scarcely
pay for the paper upon which they were
printed, and as editors live off the prof
its, we cannot see why Democrats will
make so much fuss about one hundred
Another Railroad Accident.
This morning a man, apparently about
25 years of age was run down, a short
distance north oi New Portage, by the
coal train on the Cleveland, Mt. Ver
non A Delaware Rallroadj due here at
10:10. The man was walkin on the
track when the engineer of the train
first saw him. The signal was at once
sounded, when, as stated, the man turn
ed around and looked at the coming
train. The engineer says that he nat
urally thought the man would get off
tbe track, but this be tailed to do. xnt
engine struck him with such force as to
break bis right arm ana leit leg, tne
fractures being or a very serious nature.
The unfortunate man will probably
lose his injured leg, if not his life. He is
perfect stranger In this place and tne
only in formation that could o gained
from him was that bis name was ic-
toria, and that .there had been another
man with him. After the aSair had
taken place ha was taken on board the
train and brought to this city, and af
ter a medical examination, was con
veyed to tbe Uounty innrmary. JStatom.
Killed by the Bursting of a Saw.
A fatal accident occurred at the steam
portable saw mill, owned by A. Jolllff
and J. Rupley, in Cedar Valley, about
four miles northwest of Wooster, by
which Peterson Lowrey lost his life.
The accident happened a little after 7
'clock a. n, on Tuesday of last week.
The deceased and David Spitler were
only persons In the mill at the time
and were running a 26 inch buzz saw,
sawing slabs for fuel for the engine.
The saw was moving rapidly, and the
gauge shewed 70 pounds of steam. It
surprising to know that the saw was
cracked, and that in .this condition it
had been used for sometime, wntie
running at this rapid rate, and with a
small slab on the. fram, the saw burst
and about one-third of it struck
Lowrey, cutting him open from his
forehead down to his heart, completely
burying itself, the teeth protruding
from bis back. Spitler was knocked
down by tbe concussion, but not .in
jured; he rallied in a few moments.
and gave tne alarm, i ne lamuy oi tne
deceased, living near by, was also noti
fied. Tbe broken piece ol saw was also
removed, and the remains taken to the
bouse and prepared for burial.
Mr. Lowrey was a hard working man,
and his suddea death has left a large
family ill-prepared to meet tbe severi
ties of the winter. He was a soldier in
Mexican war, and was also a mem
ber of the 16th Ohio during the rebel
lion. Wooster Republican, v. f iv ;
The Cleveland, ML Vernon & Dela
ware Railroad Company, is rapidly and
steadily stocking its road with new en
gines. Yesterday two new ones, Nos.
"Galena," and 22, Westerville," ar
rived in this city. Besides the new en
gines that have been coming in here
during the past summer, quite a number
new coaches have also been pur
chased a fact which is strong evidence
the . prosperity, or the road. Aaroa
Beacon. i I
Nicest assortmenj; of Caket A Can
dies at Lang's.;
Hall the people's Photographer; tf '
Lang keeps the best flour in town
, v i 3tf
-Jo to Maxwells' if you want your
dollars to spin out the farthest. - Stf
Shadow pictures at Hall's Gallery.
The Purest and Sweetest Cod-Liv
Oil is Hazard A Caswell's, made on
sea shore, from tresh, selected livers,
Caswell. Hazard &CoAew lork.
is absolutely pure and sweet. Pa
tients who have once taken it prefer it
all others. Physicians have decided
superior to any of the other oils in
Finest five cent Cigar in town at
For Soda. Pic nic. Lemon, Suga
Cream Crackers go to Lang's he al
ways bas a rrcsli supply at i noiesaie s
Twas night. A warm couple stood
tbe pale cold moonbeams. Their lips
touched, and there was a sound like a .
cow hauling her hoof out of the mud.
Our Democratic friend from Wines
burg will have to excuse us for our
failure to publish his communication in
this week's paper. Our columns were
already full upon arrival of the same.
will appear next week.
To all who are in need of paper, en
velopes, Ac, 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 CapJ
Note Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads'
Note and Letter Paper, alwayson bands
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 head, oan have it done at lit
tle expense. Please remember that all
kinds of Stationery can be had at
wholesale or retails wi'.. CO -1
Weddell House, Cleveland, Ohio.
Tills well established and ponular ho
tel bas been under the management of
the present proprietors for the past five
years, during which time over thirty
thousand ($30,000) dollars have been ex
pended, In furnishing and repairing,
innaiug it now mure uesirauie ior trav
elers than any other house in the city
of Cleveland. Therefore, in order to
meet tbe views of the majority of the
people visiting Cleveland, on and after
November 1st, 1873. the orice of board
for transient will be $2.00, $2.50 and
$3.00 per day, according to the locality
of the room. Bear in mind that the
above tariff will give those stopping at
the bouse better - accommodations for
the same money than any other house
R. A. GILLETTE,
Go to Lang's Bakery for all kinds
of good Groceries A Provisions 3tf
A Fine Picture.
If you want a fine picture already
framed, subscribe for the Illustrated
"Peoples Monthly," pictorial paper for
the fireside. Pictures delivered from
four to ten days after subscribing. The
paper and pictures can be seen at the
.TOSt Office. . 11. JL. CUXXLSGHiH,
Don't spend a dollar for Clothing
until you have called at Maxwells'.
They sell the cheapest. 5tf
Mrs. Wholf and Miss Emma Myers
have moved their Millinery and Dress
making establishment to the room over
Wholf. Tidball A 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, hate, fancy
goods, patterns, Ate. Particular atten
tion is called to their new patterns
Call and see them. tf
Everything in the furnishing goods
line sold at greatly reduced prices at
Maxwells'. - 6tf
Patent Corn Huskers. - Call and
see them, at Harpster, Rudy 4 Co. 12w3
The firm of Messrs. Taylor ds 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
to Taylor A Sharp, and examine their
stock. Their new goous win oe 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, tail ana take
look at their stock. .. tf.
Cameo pictures at Hall' Gallery.
Latest style of fall and winter
Clothing; just received at Maxwell's,
which will be sold cheap ror casn. otr
Reward of Merit.
The following strone certificate as to
tne curative virtues oi ansa sawyers
salve, we clip from the Patten voice:
"We are happy to Ity 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 tcrofulout cancer.
tie consulted the most skillful physi
cians in vain, and was finally induced
to try Miss awyer s salve and now al
ter using the forth box. be is entirely
cured, and enjoys perfect health, tf
Hall the people's Photographer, tf
For the best Syrup A N. O. Molas
ses go to Lang's. 3tf
We furnish Envelops with a Busi
ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as
the blank envelopes can be purchased
-Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery.
-Tobacco of all brands at Lang's. 3tf
-Latest styles of hats and caps just
received at Maxwells'. Call and see
If you want any groceries, go to B.
. Young. 52tf
Railway Time Tables.
Atlantic & Great Western
Great Broad - Grange) Route
B ETWEE Jt THE
East and the West.
Winter Arrangement, Nov. S, 187. . . .
7. JO 'AM
s as -
18 49 PM
Boston via. New York
SJ0 " 14.601"
No. . EXPRESS. (Dailr. Snnil nunldi
Sleeping Coach from Cincinnati to New York.
Passengera eaa secure berths In this eoaeh
through the train conductor. This tral n also
permits a dav view on the entire lana-th or the
Susquehanna and Delaware Division or the
Erie Rail war, embracing the most 'romantic
scenery upon the continent.
no. ix, au-iEK, uaiiy. to this train is
attached a SLEEPING COACH, which runs
th roil eh to New Y'orkwithout ehanm. a first
class passenger ear is also run through to New
York without change, by this train, for the
accommodation of those who do not desire
sleenkia; coach location. No extra charge far
seats in this through car.
Por further information as to time, fare and
connections, apply to the local agent, asking
for tickets via. tbe ATLANTIC AND GREAT
WKSTHKll B BO All liAUUI tJOCTE.
No "stou-over" allowed nmn lw-a .t-b-f.
Local passengers must purchase tickets to
their first stopping place, and may then repur
chase from that point to destination.
W. B. SHATTUC,
General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
-. , . ClKCaWKATl, O. -P.
D.COOPER, General Superintendent,
- ' ' i T JUvreland, Ohio. !
aTelaad,aTt. Tenon ft Colnmbaa B.B.
Nov l.f r, Tfo. 8. No.S. No. IS.
AeCin, Cin. Ex. Lee. Ft. Ace'm.
. 1S.00 m
Sonbnry, r ' :
Condi t, - : - "......-
Centerburg, l,St "
Mt. Liberty 1,47
aft. Vernon, t 1,10 "
Gambler, ..... t
uowaru, , j z,4
Gann, 3,16 "
Black Creek, ........ ,
Millersburg, 641am 4.1S " 10.90
HolmesTille, 6,46 " 4,3S 11.06 "
Frederick'. e.5S ".' 1 " 11 Ml "
Apple Creek, ,15 " 6.08 12,04pm
urmue, 0,03 " 0.23 "
MarshalTiUe, 7,15 " 5,28 "
Clinton, 1,33 " 6.06 "
New Portage, ,6S " S.S4 "
Akron, 8,11 " ,40 "
uuyn-gae ana.a.3 " .. e,5e
1,80 " 6,S
GOIIS SOCTH. ' i j
No. 16. No. . ' No. 4. No. S.
Loc. Ft, CleT. Ex. Ace'm.
8,50am 8.46 " 4,50 "
H.S6 18.04 " ". 6,08
10,45 " 10,11 " 5.S5 "
11.15 " 10.40 " - 5.4H "
11,50 10 57 " 8,116 "
ll,4pm 11,16" - U.JW
LOO " 11.68 " 6.41
13.16pm 7,06 "
11,33 " 7.13 "
IX, 46 " 1,38
Mt, Vernon, 5,5Sa m
Mt. Liberty, S.8 "
Condit, . 1,8 " .
Sunbnry, ... 1,48
WetterTille, 8.45 "
8.18 " "
oiumous, . a, sa
liASSlXLON BRANCH. - ' j
.' Going South. Going North.
Clinton, " :; 6.15 pm, 1.18am -
Canal Fulton, ' S.30 7.17
Millport, 6 45 " 7.08 "' -
Massillon, 7.00 " 6.48 "
B. C. HURD, PrMtdmt.
G. A. Jours, BnptrimltJ$nl
Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne fc Chicago R. S.
' NOVEMBER , 1813. ' '
. No. 1, No. 6, No. 7, No. 8.
Fast Ex Mail. Pac Ex N'gt Ex
Pittsburg, s,15a.m 6.00a.m 0.50a. m iTspm
Rochester, 7J " 11.08 S.S8 "
Alliance, 6.40 " 10.40 " 1.45pm 6.53 - '
Orrrille. 7.S0 1154pm 4.00 7.63
Mansneld, 8.31 " 3.16 " 6.30 " ,66 "
Crestlincar ISO 4.00 " 7.10 " 1016 "
Crestline, It 10.10 " 6.00a. m 1.46 " 10.85 "
Forest, 11.33 " 1.40 " SJB 11.68
Lima, 11.30pm &S6 " 1O50 " 1.0a.m
Ft. Wayne, SJI5 " 11.40 " i.oa.m 8.SO "
Plymouth, 6-04 " 145pm 4.0t - 6.46 "
Chicago, B.D0 " 1.10 1.80 .a0
No. 4, No. X, No. 6, No. 8,
N'gt Ex Fast Ex Pac Ex Mail.
Chicago. lO.MIpm .10a.m 5.36pm 6.16a. m
Plymouth, 8,Sxa.m 11.10pm &50 " 0.18 "
Ft Wayne, 6.30 " 116 11.10 HU5p'm
Lima, 8.04 4.81 " 1.38a.m 8.90 "
Forest, - 8.SV " 6.(1 " 146 " 4.40 "
Crestline.ar 11.16 " 9M " 4.10 6.30
CrettllneJT U.S6a.m 1.10 " 4.80 " 6 00am
Uansfleld, 11.56 " 1JI1 " 4.68 8.31
Orrrille,. 100pm . " 6.47 - 8.16
Alliance, 3.36 " 11-06 8.15 11.00 "
Roohester, 8.00 1040 1.48pm
Pittsburg, 1.10 " la.m 11.46 u 4.00
Mo. L Dally except Monday; Nos. a, 4, B,
and B Daily exoept Sunday: Nos. a and 6,
F. R. MTERS. Gen. Pat. tt Ticket Agent.
Millersburg Market. November 12, 1873.
FXOUE. bbL Retail.
WHEAT, White f) bush,
WHEAT. Red. b busk,
cons, per bush - -RYE,
" - -BARLEY.
" - - -
- 1 50
' ' 46
- - 1100
' . e
' - 5
OATS, W bnsh.
r L-o GL-L-n n i
TIMOTHY SEED, "
WHITE BEANS. '
POTATOES, ' - -
BUTTER, (in roll) W lb.
CHEESE, " - -
UARIJ, " -HAMS.
!h .- -
'itir.1; ArrLa 10,
DRIED PEACHES. lb
PARED PEACHEA :"
RAGS. 53 lh. .
PgATHEHAWlb. ' '-
S 6134 00
SALT, ! bbL retail, -WOOL,
i lb. - - -WOOD,
CHESTSIT8. per bush.
H1CKERTXUT3 per kasb.
Cleveland Money Market.
Cleveland Money Market. CLEVELAND, Nov. 21, 1873.
The following are the closing rates of Specie
anu toOTerasaeat aecunuea in uua ntarnct:
Silver small 100 "
Sixes of 1881, ex. coupons 111
Five-Twenties (1SK31 105
Five-Twenties (IBM) 106
Fire-Twenties (18K5) old 101
Fire-Twenties (1865' coupons 109X
Five-Twenties (1867) coupons 110
Fire-Twenties (1868) coupons 110,-Teu-Forties
ex. eoupona 104 '
Cleveland Market. Cleveland, Nov. 13, 1873.
FLorx White XXX ..
" White XX
" Red and Amber
SlOIID Ml ATS Hams
" , Shoulders ..
" ' . Bacon
" Dried Beer..
Dniao Piacbis Peeled
Potatois per bu
5 50a5 SO
" 1 30
Pittsburg Market. PITTSBURG, Nov. 11, 1873.
..j. i.... 0e
" Amber ..
Fura White XXX
" White XX
" Red and Amber..
Smoked Meats Hams
" - Shoulders
-i....... , lOe
DSIKD Peaches Peeled .
Potatoes per bbl
i 4 SOsi 00
New York Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 11, 1873.
5 90a7 50
" SuDerflne Western
..... - V 68C
Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific R. R.
Thediret3t rate tor eToliet, Morris, Ottawa.
Iaaasalle. Peru. Henrv. Macon. Peoria. Genne-
seo,Moline, Bock Island, Pavepport, Musea-
nne, TvasniDffU)D,iowavyiiy , vvriDuei, rtcwwu,
Da Moines. Council Bluff and Omaha, with
out change, where it join with the Union Pa
cific Railway for Denver, Salt Lake City, Sac
ramento. San Frvncisco. and all points west
on the Pacific coast. Trains leave daily, vis:
Omaha. Leavenworth Atchison Express, (ex
cept Bunaays), iu.uua.jk.
Pern Accommodation, (except Snnday,
Omaha and Leavenworth Express, (except
Saturdays), ltuw r. jh
T?Dot corner Harrison and Sherman streets.
Ticket office 83 West Madison street, Sherman
The Chicatro. Rock Island and Pacific Rail
road Company have now opened their South
western Division between Leavenworth, At
chison and Chicago, evnnec tin g at Leaven
worth with Kansas Pacific and Missouri Pa
cific Itoilroads, and at Atchison with Atchison
Topeka Santa Fe, Central Branch Union Pa
cific and Atchison ft Nebraska Railroads, for
all points in Kansas, Indian Territories, Colo
rado and New Mexico. The Company have
built a fall complement or Palace jJiawintT
Room and Sleeping Care, which for externa
beautv and interior arrangements forthe com
fort, convenience and luxury of passengers are
unequaitea ay any otner carsoi toe a in a in ue
world. Through tickets lor sale at ail princi
pal and way ticket offices,
Hugh Riddlk, General Superintendent.
A. M. Smith. General Passenrer Aeent. Chi
Children Often Look Pale and Sick
from no other cause than having worms in the
Brown' Vermifuae Com Hi
will destroy Worms without injury to the child
beinaT oerfectl y W hits, and free from all col
oring or other injurious ingredients usually
used in worm preparations.
cuitTis ft jJitOvV,, proprietors,
No 315 Fulton street. New York.
So1d by Druirgists and Chemists and dealers
in Medicine at 2b cents a box.
Thirty yearV experience of an old nurae.
Jfrc Winiow,$ Soetkinp 8yrwp it tk prmerip-
am of one ot. the best ieumle Phvsicians and
Nurses in the United States, and has been used
for 80 years with never-failing safetv and suc
cess by millions of mothers and children, from
the.feeble infant of one week old to the adult.
It corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves
wind colic, regulates the bowels, and gives
refit, health and comfort to mother and child.
We believe it to be the best and surest remedy
in the world in all cases of Ihjmnttm and Diar-
rhaa in Children, whether it arises from teeth
ing or from any otner cause, run aireciiops
for using will accompany each bottle. None
genuine unless tbe fao-simile of CWRTIS ft
PERKINS is on tbe outside wrapper. Sold by
all Medicine Dealers. 47yl .
Household Panacea k Family Liniment
is the best remedy in the world for the follow
ing complaints, viz: Cramps in the Limbs and
Stomach, Pain in tbe Stomach, Bowels or Side,
Rheumatism in all its forms, uiiuous toiic,
Neuralgia. Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Fresh
Wnnniid Rnrns.Sore Threat. SDinal Complaint
Sprains and Bruises. Chills and Fever. For
Internal and External Use.
Its operation is not only to relieve the pa
tient, but entirely removes tbe cause of the
complaint It penetrates and pervades tbe
wnoie system, resiunng nemmy wuuu w ai
its parts, and quickening the blood.
The Botuehold Panacea is purely Vegetable
rrepaxea oy vnniw c bhuwj,
No-M5 FnlUnStreet, New York.
For tale by all Druggists. 47 vl
THE FAVORITE HOME REMEDY
This unrivalled Southern Remedy is warran
ted not to contain a single particle of Mercu
ry, or any inlurious mineral substance, but is
containing those Southern 'Roots and Herbs,
which an U-wtse Providence has u laced in
countries where Liver Diseases most prevail.
it win cure uiwawn causea oy ierangu
ment of tbe Liver and Rowels.
Simmons' Liver Regulator, or Medicine,
Is eminently a Family Medicine; and by being
kept ready for immediate resort will save
many an hour of suffering and many a dollar
in lime ana Doctors' niiis
After ovei Forty Years trial it is still re
ceiving the flMMt unqualified testimonials to its
virtues from persons of the highest character
and responsibility. Kminent pbyitfoiaos com
mend it as the most , .
for Constipation, Headache, Pain in the Shoul
ders, Dizziness, Sour Stomach, bad taste in the
mo am, ouions attacas, palpitation or the
Heart. Pain In the rettion of the Kidaevs. rie-
iponnUency, gloom and forebodings of eell.
all of which are the offspring of a diseased
11 TOT. .
For Dyapepalai or Indigestion,
Armed with this AS TI DOTE. allcllmtM ant.
ohanges of water and food may be faced with
out re nr. as a item e IT in MALARIOUS FE
VERS, BOWEL COMPLAINTS, RESTLESS
NKSS, JAUNDICE, NAUSEA,
It has no Equal.
It la the Cheapest, Purest' and Best Family
Medicine in the Worldl
Momtfachmred only tVy
UACUM, OA. and PUIUADtJ.l'HI A.
Price tl. 00. (old by all Druggists.
AT COST !
To save tlie expense of mov
mg to our new store, we ha
concluded to close out our pres
ent stock qf Furniture amount
ing to $215,000, at COST. Thu
the greatest opportunity ever
ffered to the public to furnish
their homes at a very low cost.
This Furniture is first-class in
every respect, being the product
of our own Factory.
H art& Malone
103, 105;and 107 Water-art
C LEVE LA. IS ID. O.
How . Lost, How Restored
Just published, a new edition
?of Dr. Culrerwell's Celebrated
Bssar. on the radical enm withnnt fmtlinl
Spermattorrkoea or Seminal Weakness, In-
roiuuiary seminal losses. lmDotencr. Mental
Physical Incapacity, Impediments to
FitS. induced brself-in1iilrtiu.. nr.4Yti.l
cePrice, in a sealed enrelope, only 6 cts.
The celebrated author, in thi. ailmirahl. m.
, clearly demonstrates from a 30 years' suc
cessful practice, that the alarming consequen
ces of self abuse mar be radically cored with
tbe dangerous use of the knife or internal
meaicine, pointing; out a mode of cure at once
simple, certain and effectual, by means of
which ererrsufferer.no matter What hum,.
may be, may cure himself cheaply, pri.
Thislectnre shook! be In the h.nil. nf
and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain enrelope, to any
address, postpaid, oa receipt of six cents, or
Also Dr. Culrerwell's Marriage Guide, price
Address the publishers.
CH AS. J . C. KLINE Jt CO -
11 Bowery, Mew York, P. O. Box, ,4598.
v .- TIMES OF - - , , .
JS THB i -'
At a meetins- of tne nnderainej .1 nrlm nf
Court of Common Please of the Sixth Judi
cial District or Ohio, it is ordered that the sev
eral terms of the Court ef Common Pleas and
District Courts within and for said District for
year i874 at the times following: . -
, District Court.
Holmes County '
Wayne County " -Richland
' June 9th
Court of Common Pleas.
Ashland County March, July la. Nov. 18.
Feb. 10. April 88, Nor. 8.
March 33, Aug 31, Nor. t.
Jan. IS, April , Oct. 18,
reo.il, atay uct. ia.
Jan. 13, April 13, Oct. 19,
Feb. 0. Mar 11. Oct ltt.
Feb. 0, May
Anril6.Aoa.il. Dec. 1. i.
March a. Aug. 3, Nor. 30.
CHAS. FOLI.ETT. 1
. GEO. W. UKDDKS, I
D. DIBLAM fjODOI.
JON. ADAMS, I
WM. RD, J
The nregoinz is a trne copy of the order on
in this odi.
In Testiraony Whereof, I hare hereunto sub
scribed my name and affixed the seal
seal of said Court at Millersburg, this 18th
day of October, A. D. 1873.
Clerk of the Conrt of Holmes County.
October 18, 187-10w4.
A. DAGON, !
... - i
JJAS purchasnl a NEW STOCK or
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS
Snchas Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Syrup, Hominy,
Carbon Oil, Raisins Extracts, Spices, Mus
tard, Cinnamon, Ginger, Cream Tartar, Pep
per, Allspice;aiso, landies, Corn Starch, Pearl
Starch, Cakes, Bread, Pies and Crackers, Bak
ing Powder, Tobacco and Sugars, Shoe Black
ing, 8tove Polish, Soap, Salt, si ol asses. Vine
gar, Powder, Shot, Lead, Caps, Ac.
Warm Meals and Oyatera.
have also fitted up an Oyster Room adjoin
ing my grocery where Oysters will be served
on short notice.
Remember the place, opposite Peat Offlcfj.
Millersburg, O. itf
W- Jacobs I
Has just reccirol a large stock
AMERICAN Y SWISS
In GOLD and SILV l?U CASES.
Gold and Silver Charms ie abun
dance. A large assortment
of Stnds, Buttons, fine
Cold and Silver Kings,
Gold Bracelets, line
Charms, Silver Thimbles, Gold
Plated Ware, Ac. We
continue to sell Elgin
and -W altham
Watches at fac
Call and See our stock of Goods, :
Dei ore purcnasing eisewnere.
85 to 100 per cent, saved
by so doing. We do
"as we wish to be
done by. All
ranted. jj Repairing I
Watches, Chronometers, Clocks,
Jewelry, ttcM Repaired on short
X JrLook for the Big Watch ;
and Spectacle Sign
Attention ! Everybody !
AND BUT YOUR
-M- -il:S Caa-uf.
SHEET -IRON WARE,
Of our own manufacture. Also dealers in
Manufactured by L. J. Mattison, Cleveland, O.
We are Sole Manufacturers or
PATENT CHIMEY - TOP,
ie shape Prevents Chimneys from sraok-
Job Work of AU Kinds
MADE A SPECIALTY.
In Courtney Si Appleton't Block,
4-3tf MILLERSBURG, O.
RICHNESS OF TONE I
Surjiassed by None.
"The Estey is booomlng
a Household Word
Large Numbers are Being
- sold in this and ad- -joining
SAMPLE INSTBDHENTS !
CAN BE SEEN BY CALLING AT THE
POST OFFICE BTHLDI1TG,
T. B. CUNNINGHAM,
Rev. JT. 'P. FOGLESONG,
38tf - LOCAL ACENTS.
1 wonl.l Tespretfulty annonne that I keep
cons taut Ay hand a good auppiy ot
Fre sh Groceries and Pro
visions at lo w tmrm. FRESH MEATS of all kinds
oaa be had dally. .
AT ALL HOURS.
Mat. street, opposite the Book Store.
' lou WM. U. CARD-
Dr. J. Walker's California Tin
egar Bitters are a purely Vegetable)
preparation, made chiefly from the na
tive herbs found on tbe lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without tbe use
of Alcohol. The question is almost
daily asked, "What is tbe cause of the
unparalleled success of Vinegar Brr
TERSt" Onr answer is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and tbe patient re
covers his health. They are tbe great
blood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Renovator and Invigorator
of the system. Never before in tbe
history of the world has a medicine been
compounded possessing the remarkable
qualities of Tixkga Bitters in healing the
sick of every disease man is heir to. they
are a ftentle Purgative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
the Liver and Visceral Organs in Bilious
The properties of Dr. Walker's
Tisnut Bitters are Aperient. Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritions, Laxative. Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive, and Anti-Bilious.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vnr
egar Btttess tbe most wonderful In
vigorant that ever sustained to sinking
No Person can take these Bitters
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 valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of tbe Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, Bed, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ro
anoke, James, and many othera, with
tneir vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual beat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of tno stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow.
erful influence upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary, mere
is no cathartic for tbe purpose equal to
Ds. J. Walker's Vinegar Bitters,
as they will speedily remove tbe dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at the same time
stimulating tbe secretions of tbe liver,
and generally restoring tbe healthy
functions of tbe digestive organs.
Fortify the body asainst disease
by purifying all its fluids with Vetegaa
Bitters. No epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or ludiKPSUon, Head
ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs,'
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Soar
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks. Palpita
tation of the Ileart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kid
neys, and a hundred otner painful symp
toms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottle will prove a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or King's Evil, white
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck.
Goitre, Scrofolons Iullauimationa, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin. Sore Eyes, etc.
In these, us in all other constitutional Dis
eases, Walekb's Tinkcar" Bitters bare
most obstinate and intractable eases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout. Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers. Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kitlncrs and Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Diseases
are caused by. Vitiated lilood.
Mechanical diseases. Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Typc-settcri Gold-beaters, and
Itinera, as they advance in life, are subject
paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a dose of Walker's Vis
egas Bitters orcasinnally.
For Sk in Diseases,' Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt-ltheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-worms,
Scald-head, Sore Eyes. Erysipelas. Itch,
Scarfs, Discolorations of tbe" Skin. Humors
and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
nature, arc literally dng np and carried
ont of the system in a short time by the nsa
- Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
Inrking in the svstem of so many thousands,
effectually destroyed and removed. No
svstem of medicine, no vermilages, no an
thelminitics will free the system from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or the turn of life, these Tonio
Bitters display to decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever yon find its impurities bursting through,
skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when yon find it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it is
foul ; your feelings will tell yoa when. Keep
blood pore, and the health oi the system
R. 8. KfcDOHALa CO-.
Drogfrists and Gws. Aets Son Franeuwo. California,
and cor. ef Washington and Chariton Sta, X. T.
Sold by aU Urag.lsta aatal Oeadan.
A S ice Assortment of
the best Italiaa and American JtsrMe. al-
wars on hand, and at la percent, less man
the same can be hought of any trar.
All Material Warranted JTo. 1.
Shop on Main Street, I door west of Uhler A
Ssf JOHN CETZ.
Lhw aifl Sale Slalle. .
n i " all 1 i i
WILLIAM L. F0JKBS,
burg nd ticimty lbU he bow bat i ootuplot
REAR or "EMPIRE HOUSE"
Best of Horses. Carriagea, e which will
let at the mot reasonable ratea. Passen
gers taken t all parts of tb. country ea short
aotire and at low rales.
tT We also hare a large and eoatawdioa
FevTand Sale Stable u connection.
Ws respecttuUr ask a liberal share of pnhlie
patronage. Satisfaction ttnaraateed. BesBeaY--ber
the place to get ,
la at the new Livery Stable, rear of Rmpir.
Honse. W. L. FORBS.