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A middle aged Christain man
with only- a little- education' or
cnltnre. but with very good com
mon sense, and especially with a
faith remarkable for both simplic
ity and Btnnth, was speaking of
bis experience in leaving off the
use of tobacco. He had oecome
convinced that it , was . sinful orJ
him to use it, and also injurious
to Ha health, so be" at once and
wholly;' abandoned : it. "A lady
present .inquired : ,uBnt did it not
cost yoa a great struggle V '-' ' '
He replied: Indeed it did, till I
looked. straight" np to the Lord
to take away - the hanker. , He
.did it ma'am. - I had onlyi one
temptation after that I met a
man a smoking, and I wanted to
smoke myself, but I . thank- the
good Lord that he kept me from
it, and he bas kept me from : it
almitet twoyears.1'..,;; ..'-'
He went on to say: .aThe Lord
always helps ns when we ask
him, and believe he will. : .
"I want to , tell. 5 you" about a
badtvhorse that'; belonged to a
team that I drove to the city;. for
several ' weeks, n His last driver
couldn't get along with him any
bow. He was always making
trouble--' I dreaded hi m. . I ec mid
always get along . with a bad
yoke-of.txen, but never knew
how to manage an ugly horse. ;
Mhe .first-day I was to drive I
went out to the stable all " of a
tremble. kneeled right down
oa the floor, and said : -.. uO God,
yod, know all about, that horse,
aijdyou know all ' about me.
Make - his- disposition good, - and
make my disposition. Do help
n S to get along together.' Then
i felt better , and ma'am, for six
weeks that - I drove flie team
with that dangerous hone '. in it.
i never naa an accident ' nor
trouble, f If he began to act cross
1 would go to him,, and he'd go
on as peaceable as a lamb. ' I be
lieve that when our Savior says
'Ask and it shall be given you
he means just what he eays."
ve-ofKttle faith. ,whftr
dff ye .doubt Ti-Believe in God
fotverr ;day, a roving, fatherly
Go&i The mother hinds-ni a8
' the little bruised Sneer
ot ner cuiio, as she wonld its br
en arm. ine latner would no
sooner deny the child its daily
meal, than he would deny it food
if eta ruin cr Krt r.iir ii.a.oni,
Vntw. whn l,amia, mr.i
Tirovisinn for.t.hfl ersr. " tiAorla.
has not foro-nrtAn tr. Rmallr
necesities: -He h-s a .talm for
all little heart hrnises -"a wiimh
far lll.Aari-.!r1r.no-r . fff for
Awprv rlar-'fftPfl nn.' th nmmh
every hour ; use the balm every
v '' '
Old Billy Jtfehiggin was an Ir
ishmanj' -and that was all right ;
Villt tiA vac a rlrlinlrAn Tfnclinion
and that, wag nil wrr.no- Rut r
last Billvioined the temneranfA
societv. and took the n'edjre.
Nflaogfter, Billy wentto saw
anHrn-A Tnr GnlAr.n AAr,Artles8
. in'- nw r rinVwna nM
he went into the saloon to warm
his hands and his toes.
"Billy," said the bar-keeper,
"arn't you cold inside V
IQhva T am n M1M Pillt,
"inin dnnk .they Jeave yoo
1 1 1 1 1 1 a. i i.i in k . u nil if u mrsnraii
von.n .M r.
".ff" uD.."r,.-rr'lwr- .
Tin't -trarrr' thi. tt'm nhf
8aid Billy I
ut t-n n i i .1
1- , ,T - "?rKeeP"
"wouldn't you like a drop ofl
0 li. ' 1 a. A.
BUUiCUUllg WttriU. lb SUUUl COBt
you anyuung." : , ,.
xaiiy wipea nis moutn wun tne 1
back of his hand the hand that
had figured in the taking his obli-
6aLxu iiu,1,ic.wjjr going iwwaru
me counter, saiar : ,
Won't ye tellf . '
"No, no," said the bar-keeper.
luiiiutu iuo eyes. -lllljl HUitU
"Cowld water," said Billv, withl
a wide erin that showed he knew
" "v, a guuu uaigaui, aim
he meant to stick to
A Goat For a Bible.
.a uoica.; misssionarv wno is
among the hottentots in Nama-
qualand, South Africa, has writen I
a letter or tnanKs lor tne, bibles
and Testaments sent to the peo-
pie in his district. He prefers I
mat mey snouiagiye someuung
iu return ior : me precious vol-
ume. He thinks that the old I
ana young value a thing more of
it costs them some trouble to get
it : or if thev nav a little toward I
the expense of it. The poor peo
ple in Christain lands bring their
pennies and their shillings to pav
for the Bible ; and whv should
not the Hottentot give some
But what have they to give.
Un young man . said
missionary, "If you will
have a Bible, I will do three days!
wont in your garden." 10 this
the mijsienMyTagfeed jnd as he
the young man's la-
bor was worth a shilling a day,
ne paid three "hillings co the Bi-
ble Society in
e name of his
f . 1" -tt-t 1
Fouf'ouier people ' bro'usrhtf
goats, worth four shillings each ;
and two J brdaght Iambs, .worth
three shillings each; and lor these
tney got, jflbles. ; Jen
in- -tne ounday school when I
tue missionary said that . there
were Bibles to be bought, one I
said , ' I have got a sroat. I shall
1 Tl 1 1 f .... . I .
ouy a rwoie ior myseii." Anoth-
er said, "Grandfather must give
me a goat to buy a Bible with."
Another said, "1 will run and ask
myTather for a goat" Thus
were the goats exchanged for
jjiuiesj. . : u ' .1
The ' envious man is
gloomy not only bv.liis
cloud, but by another man's sun-
Merit is mostly discovered ; by
accident, and rewarded bv des-
liny- : 1 ... "
Farm, and Household.
Best Soup for Invalids.
For invalids, beef soup is by
far the best That made from
mutton, is less digestable, and
is seldom free fromfat: The re
markable restorative properties
of soap are due to the presence
of a large qantity of nitrogenous
principles. ' S'ews and hashes
are often very 'savory, but sel
dom, agree with weak stomachs.
They are far belter when , made
from fresh meat than from that
which has been already . cooked.
The repeated -cooking, of any
kind of food detracts materially
from its nutritive quality. As
some one lias aaid : '-It is .better
to reheat our good cold beef and
mutton in our stomachs than in
our frying-pans or stewing-pots."
Salted meat is less nutritions than
fresh-,. , , - .. .
Best Soup for Invalids. "Breakin in" Boots and Shoes.
i.O r.-i.'. .::;. u
The fferald ofHealHi. has the
following on "breaking in" boots
and shoes.- It is trne to the' let
"1. Never 'break in' new" boots
or shoes. It they are .not easy
when new don't take, them, for
the boots will break your leet
oftner than your Jeet will break
"2. If yon go. en -breaking in'
boot leather you will - heed a
special last, made with all sorts
of knobs - and protrubuancea. to
correspond with your ' distorted
joints. j-Then you will be sorry
"3., If yoa iave large feeV ad
mit it in all "honesty, and have
your boots -made . accordingly.
T en'you will be happy.'
4If your shoemaker don't know
enough iajbake easy bodtf 'And
shoes, refnse ' to take his workJ
and tell him- to learn his trade
before asking your patronage." '
Protection vs. Exposure:
The lowest estimate -we iiave
ever seen of the loss occasioned
by the exposure of cattle during
mclement weather, as compared
I ! A t- 1 1 " A. I
IW1U1 V"""" Housing mem,
18 weniy-nve per
cent of the
That is, it a giv
en amount of food will maintain
an animal in a certain condition
when comfortably housed, at
Ieast-one-forirth must be added
f tnf quantity ?f food supplied,
in order to maintain the . same
animal in the same condition
when exposed to the' weather.
And this calculation, based upon
carefully conducted experiments,
WlUl a V1CW to test tbe Single
question IsBiade for the-- central
counties in England, where the
Stateswould establish ' the Joss
from exposure at a much higher
figure that twenty-five per cent
of the food supp y, probably not
than.onejialt wluie.it might
1 be demonstrated that no amount
climate of the winter months
cannot be called rigorous in com
parison with that ot the United
! States, north of the 40th degree
of latitude, ior the same season.
It is safe to affirm that similar
experiments, conducted .on - the
average. farm of our . Northern
of lood will maintain a cow or
steer1 hi really good j-fcndlUoa, "5 if
entirely exposed: without 'shelter
.during an everage winter, isut
take the lowest figures and let it
be understood that every farmer
who feeds an unsheltered animal
. . - . -
4ioes so at a loss of at least one
fifth f th rmr. an fAfl not. anrl
r . '
uiiuehsii cou ivwuiv tai-
cuiaws wuat me negieci lo uuuse
such animals costs him from te
J ,X ."ilZl.Um
What the Farmer Must Know.
1 vfB chnnM Vnr i,,'. Br.;i that
ofeachSotf not only the! torM.VMtti
the sirbsoitr J
He should also know, what
srain and crass are adapted to
eah.-T.-, T vv 4 "
' Via oTinnlil trnrw whan ia f Vi
fhAV nAAd snmmAr fr AiiHn
He shonld know the condition
iti whir 11 fVta tVTrkTTTii mint Tia
.),.. i,-.a u i. i.
wet nor too dry.
HA ahonln Irnow that nmp
grain requires earlier sowing than
others,1 and ' what ' these' grains'
He should know how to put
tnem in. - a l. --a
He should know that it would
pay to have machinery to
him as well as muscle
He shenld know about; stock
and manures, and the cultivation
ot trees nd . small fruits, and
many otber tmngs a 'Word,
he should know what experienc
ed. observing farmers know, to
be sure" of antces.
; v... '-v-
A First Class Farmer.
A man must be well made up
who possesses all of tne qualih
cations for a first class farmer.
There must' be!' enerey.- intelli-
geribe, industry, ttstes, pleasant
dispositions, administrative abil
ity and a large share of coolness
within the human envelope; for
all these elements of greatness
ara needed in the suceessfal con
considered duct of an extensive plantation,
Old methods of work have chang-
ed ;;anirnal8 are now "toughen
led" by exposure to winter storms,
hot miirh jrrasn is mnworl hnfnra
sunrise, and but litHe'liav stackt
ed oij bonaed after sunset ; men
work neither so hard nor so long
as formerly; machinery has tak-
much ot the farm labor from
muscle, and the 'brains aresenta
his bill lor pavment-a little lars--
er than the old one of muscle,
vet worth mere even thouo-h thA
hours of service are less. JVot
only is the help better paid, but
the treatment is of a milder'form
not so much push and splutter,
but fair, steady, intelligent ser-
vice, presided over by competent
and consiflprat manssrera. . Work
must run stnoorlilT"' rrr the' ftrfr
boxes of human machinery soon
burn out; bit when lubricated
with the 'oil of human kmdness,1
service becomes a pleasant occu
pation, and ceases to' be- drudg
ery the employed gets up to the
level or the employer, and mutu
al respect prevails. . , C" ','
Wentworth's Kev-rinr and Check eomibined.
German silver sample 15c. Circulars tree.
Stafford Manufacturing- to- 66 Ealaaa
SAMPLES sent by mail for See. that retail
luick for 111). K. L. WoLCOTT, 181 Chatham
square, Jiew Vork.
The Magic CombEMffaJ!
V ill change any colored hair to a permanent
slack or brown and contains no ikkrjii. Trade
supplied at tow rates j Aairss,MAt;lC COMB
Cot, spracgueld, ataas. ; .
Brings yon free by mail the very best
$3 'ELASTIC TRUSS'
Write at once to POMKROY A CO- 744 Broad
way, Kew Vork.
NESS, AND THROAT DISEASE,
TTsa 1 If T A '
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUE BOXES.
A Tried and Sure Remedy.
The Highest Medical Authorities or Europe
cays the strongest Tonic, Purifier and Deob
strnenB know to tbf medical world is ' I
It arrests decay et vital foroes, exaauslian. of
atie. nervous system, restores vigor la the de-
omiate, cleanses vitiated olool.removervef
cale obttructions and acts directly on the Lit
er and Spleen . Price (1 a bottle. JOHN Q.
ifcLLOGG, 18 Piat St, li. V. .
200 PIANOS and ORGANS
New and SorW-HanJ.af FirsUClmss Makers,
will be bold at- lxwer Jrioes for eun. or nn
MrtttaUmeul ia ity 4ountT( Uurtr this
r luanuai crisis, ui me nutiusys, UJ MOrace
Waters A Sod, No 481 Broadway, to an CTer be
fore offered id Kew York.. Agent Wanted for
the aaje of WuttierC CeletjrsUed Planoa, Lorn
eerto and Orelxtrsl Or-snsc. IlltxtraLori r.
aloffucs ma-iteK Great iBrfecnents to tn trader
Aiargeuiscount to Hinistera. Churches and
gGeorj?e S. Haskell & Co.
ICrowem and Imoortmrm.
,-Jj POCKFORDi .
Frfl ?i. i,T)j HJInpte.
Our Catalogue for 1S74. 3
SESD TOUR ADDRESS for it. . '
One agent made tii In 4 days,
o in o uays, 07 selling
A perfect Thesaurus of Adrerf ures pon and
vuc ulucii Dcneain me tTreat uceans. xr
spirited eDarrariiiars. xDnom lim timnra wan.
ted for this and tbe only complete, popular and 1
utBciuug uiMjry 01
LIVINGSTONE 28 Yt-
(ttie greatest surcess of tbe season). Also oar
pienaia new uioie, just ready and lar excel
ling all others. pocketconDanion and fnll cir
culars free. Address HLaVBKO, BB04,
Cincinnati. Ohio. j IffT J! Ti-J
; ..10EHT8 WASTED FOS THE
I HISTORY OF THP ;
FARMER'S WAR AGAINST MOHOPOtES.
Being a full and authentic aceonnt of the
o.ruggieoi tue American larniers againet Uie
extortiODS of the Railroad Com anie&. with a
h istory of tbe rise and progress of the Order of
r-irons 01 finsuanary. it sens at sign., bend
for-wpeciaett pages and terms to Agents, aa4
ee whritveltr: faster ttan v other book, Ad
dress NATION" AD PUBLISHING CO.,Chicag0
it wr s3t. liuuu nv.
L I I .J
on res ail Humors from the wont Se-rof-la
to a common Blotclm or Pimple
rrom two to six bottles are warranted to
core Salt Bfaonm or Tetter, Pimple
on rate, asoiin crynipeisu ana
I.iver Complaint. Six to twelve bot
tles, warranted to cure Seroffnlona
Swellings and Sca all skin and
Blood aMaeaaea.- . By llsj wonderful
Pectoral properties ft will cure the most
-severe recent or lingering; Cough in ball
the time required by any otber medicine
and is perfectly safe, looseninfi; emiph, sooth
ing lmiaaon, ana relieving soreness.
(World's DUpe-oaary, Hiiffslo, S. X.
Dr. Tutt's Pills are composed ofhnany inirre-
dients. Prom inent amonir them are Sasaparil-
la and Wild Cherry, so united as to work to
.ret her: the one. through its admixture with
other substances, purifying and pnrging;whlle
the other is strengthening the system. Thus I
these Pills are al tue same time a tonic and a
cathartic, a desrderatuai. lone; bought for by
medical men. but never before discovered. In
other words, they do the work of two medi
cines and do it much better than any two we
know of, they remove nothing irom the system
but impurities, so while they purge they also
strenirthen and hence no debilitr and are fol-
loweuiov no reaction.
Or. Tutt's Pills have a wonderful influence I
on th blood Tbey ot only purity witbont t
weaKening it, Dot iney remoreati noxions par- r
tides from tlie chvle before it is converted in- I
fluid, and thus makes impure blood an utter f
imDossioaitv. as mere is no aeni 11 cation, so 1
there is no' nausea or sickness attending: the I
operation of this most excellent medicine, I
which never strains or tortues the digestive I
organs, out causes inera so wora in a penecc
ly natural manner; hence persons taking them
not oecome uaie anu emaci&teu, out on tne 1
eonirary.vniie an impurities are oeing remov-
toe comoinea action 01 toe aarsapanua ana
Wild Cherrr uui ilies and invigorates the bodv
and a robust state of health is the result of
their united action.
Price 95 cents, a box. - Sold by aU Druggists.
i'rtncuaj nce, 0 vmw courtiaoat N. ,
Purifies the Blood, Reno
vates and Invigorates
.4h-whole System. Jts
Medical Properties are
Alterative, Tonic, Solv
ent and Diuretic.
VSGBTDttE is mad oxthtfively from the
juices of cartftilly sdcetetl- barks, roots
faerba,and so strongly concentrated that it wilt
effectually eradicate from the system eTery
taint of crofula,-Seroruiaus Humor, TutHjrs,
Cancer. Cancerous Humor, Erysipelas, Salt
Rheum, SyskilHc Diseases, Canker, Faintaesa
the tonach,and alldiseases that firbelVoai
impure blood. ' 'Sciatica; 'Inflammatory 4ml
Chronic Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Gout and
Spinal Complaints can only be effectually cur
ed through the blood.
For Ulcers and Eruptive Diseases of the skin I SON'S
Po9tu.es, rim pies. Blotches, Boils, Tetter,
Scald Head and Uiqgworm, V emetine has nev
er failed to effect a permanent cure.
For Pains in the attack! Kidncv Complaints.
Dropsr, t-r male Wdikooss, Iiwrrlfea4ark.
from internal ulceration and uterine dis
ease, and General DcbiHty, Vcgctlne acts dl-1
rectly uon the causes of these complaints. It i
invigorates and strengthens the wholcsystem,
ato tbe OewkiveoTgans, al lays iaflaata
cure aiofcasifta atiAocgalatos tua bo trait.
oiVatarrn, Dyspefnia, HaYAtual Costive-
Palpitation of the Heart, Headache, Piles
Nervousness and General Prostration of the
Nervous System, no. medicine has ever riven
uerfadtl satisfaction as- tbe Vk line.- It
parides the blood, cleanses all the organs and
jMWsesses a cuntrolling power over tho nervous
The rentanftlkl.T cuiwxr awmasrvi itv VaMia,
induced many physicians and apotheca
ries WllOm We kllOW LO UHMuriliA ami iisj Ir i
fort. Vemtine is the best rtin.itr ri rii
coverel for the above diseases, and ia thnnniv
reliable BLooU I'LUiFLLUyct placed before
R. Stevens, Boston, Mass.
m(T II. X. Nnld hv nil ilriiwiara Am-
Damn ranssav-. - - Hosaec Kirn.
H. H. IfccsuecH.
. J i ?
npleted their arrangemeati and have
now in fnU operation their
NEW PLAITING HILL !
And will keep constaotly 49a aaad eTery de-
senptioa of -
Consisting in part of
Lumber, Timber, Battens,
Siding, Lath, Shingles,
: Moulding & Flooring, .
r Owa.1 a. SLa n a s. . .
fpfiawH m svaaivii-
Doors and Blinds,
. Frames, Castings a
Balusters, Newell Posts,
RaHlngsJ ah,! etc,' etc.
inrfaeinc and Matchiaa done to order
Bnilders, Farmers and others in want ofl
Lnmber,r anything else in our linefatthel
lowest prices, give us a cau.
Office and Yard West n of Main Street,!
BW1HC DllUp. f ,t X.
French, Reed at McCulloch.
2 i."iU'' t-J
At Wholesale and Retail,
Sold Cheaper Than
JAS. CURRJ SOUS,
Currj 'a can't be nodersold in Lnm-
ber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Lath,
Shingles, 4c, Ac.
'VAWV '7.V -..r;
i T '1 .
GOOD - EYE
WK ARE SELLING
Or'best qnaltty- and manufacture, for LESS
alONEV than anyone in town.' Also,
DO WORK AND BKTTKR
Spouting & Roofing
any one else Joins; business here. H
a icw more
"S5' in the world. We nffer 8TOV ES.
usnssMoil in tact all goods ia our line to
cussomers, tnat the poorest I ud-e can readily
.. . - . j uaucn ui ore . wo can
"1L " Tn "" nice again
are the exclusive agents for J. A- L
ami IV nnr hitwUI.. antv i- w:
'e.houe in the a ritlest weather
uon't forget the place. 1 door west or Em
LOWTHER t RKLSSCirCESSSKL,
Jackson St, Millenborg. O.
AboveSAUKDEBS' lrug Store.
work entrusted to them will be made
iu the latest style, most durahle man
ner, and guaranteed fc :five satlslactioa ia
i aw I
AS& T -
JUST RECEIVED I
JECJUJL W MJXO-,
C0URT1TEY & APPLETON'S,
Another New Lot of
Stereoscopes & Stereoscopic Productions
Picture Frames; Mouldings, Albums, &c.
PHO TO G RAP SSI
OF ALL SIZES,
And Finished in the Latest Improved Styles, made by
COURTNEY & APPLET0X.
"Studio on the Corner of Main and Depot Streets,
n. p. Mccormick,
I Latest Styles fefs 1
Ion hand, nlly
At Low Prices. ?
WITCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SPECTICLES, &Ci
SILVER & PLATED WARE,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c.
AU Kind of Repairing Neatly Done.
MAIM STREET, ... MILLERSBURC.
B. F. HETTINGER,
I Over Voorhes a Hndson's Store and Tin Store,
Main Street, Miliersburs;tO.
I AU work entrusted to him will receive prompt
attention ana win uemaue np in tne
And in the best and most durable manner.
Warranted to a-ive entire satisfaction.
CIVE HIM A
R. R. DONNILLT,
B. Barrett & Co,
Sheet -Iron Work.
Castings for Crist and Saw
And all kinds of Brass Castings and Steam Gas
ripes and s ittings Kept constantly
Steam Engines & Boilers
H. & B. HERZER,
Prod nee J and Commission Merchants,
Flour, Craln and Mill Stuffs
nnlifi a WATER
And Purchaser of
WOOL. DRIED FKUIT,
At lb SeiTareks.,
Nancy Dial, Plaintiff, 1
Andrew Dial, Oliver Dial, i
William Dial, John Dial, 1
Liddie Frazer and James I
Frazerher husband, Sarah In the Court of
none ana ieiris wmtei iimmnn iia
nernusDannjbiiaaoetn no- Holmes County.
Combs, and James Mc-1 Ohio.
Combs her husband, James
Snvder. Harrev SnvHer.
John Snyder, William
Snyder, Mary Snyder, Mur-
KOK nnyaer, neirs or Jiiua
nrila. riauwiDAs ll't.-
waajuva, HvwaacU) AroiH Bt
John Dial, of Marshal count v. fii.iinna. a
drew Dial, James Snyder, Harvy Snvder. John
Snvder. V llliamSnrder. Marr Snvilnr Mrtha
juw, yi .ivuvh county, iowa, aaran w nite
uu iiewis w niie ner ti us nana, or Knox coun-
Ohirt Oliaras. r.i.1 tVill.. Tal-l T i.i.i:.
' , ', t miiuiii ifini, xitllir
rrazeranu iames rrazer her husband, Eli;
both kfcComba nnii Jitmrnt Mi( Vtmits hut- In
band, of Holmes county, Ohio, the heirs-at-
ui vaientine ifiai. uerenseu. win rnkffnn.
that a petition was filed against them on
4.i.ii nay oi June, a. u. itiis, in the office :j
Clerk of the Court of Common Pli.n wil .
and lor the county of Holmes and State of
ismo, uy nancy liim and u now pending;
wherein said Nancv Dial asks for the axNiirn.
ment of dower in the follow in r descrllietl mI
estate, situate in said county of Holmes, to
HIv. A9VIIIK tllB HiUffc
(luartero) section two (:
part of the south-east
(SI. town shin Hivht tti
ran -re eisht (81. in the militmrv diMtrint. .ni.
to sale, at Zanesville. Ohio, oontaiuinir
eiKiity-nve () acres, be the same more or
And at the Janttarv term of mM f'mir nr
vommon neas, itn4,sam nancy nial will ap
ply for assignment of dower ami such other
renei as sne may ue entities to.
J. A J. HlISTOy,
Attorneys for rinintlffif.
Nov. 15th, XG73. 14vv7
4557.60 ft?,??;?. iflfSrS-u'
articles Just patenrd . Sample free to all.
II. CIUDKHTER, OTJ Broadway, Nw
Last and BestTrserl,.nS.r"nnd-
Salesmen! Henry Ward Beecber's family
newspaper aives eTery subscriber a pair of the
largest and finest OLEOGRAPHS two
most attractive subjects that "tate on tight
painted by Mrs. Anderson, as contrasts and
call it the "best business erer orfered canvas 1
sera." we rurnish the lightest and handsom-1
est outfit, and pay very high commissions. I
Lach snbscribteer receives withont delay two I
peerless among family journals, being so pop 1
ular that of its class it has tlie largest circula-I
tion in tlie world! Emulorsthe best literarr
talent. Edward Eggleston's serial story is
just Beginning; oacit ciiapters supplied to each
subscriber. Mrs. 8towes long expected se
qeul toMy Wife aud r begins in the new
year. Any one wisnmg a good a vents
salary or and in dependant busi-ilWantAH.
uts. Miuiuii nu ior circulars ana terms to I
J . B. FoRD & CO., New York Boston, Chicago
JOHN P. DEAN.
Carpenters' and Blacksmiths' Tools, K ho re Is, I
Spades, Scytlics, Snathes, Iloes, Forks and I
Bakes, together with a larre and Taried stock I
of Hardware and Cutlery, snitable for tbe I
trade, at greatly reduced rates. , - 3yl
How Lost, How Restored
imt published, a new edition
"tir Wof Dr. CulverweU's Celebrated
Enany, on the radical enre (without Medicine) I
of Spermattorrhoea or Seminal Weakness. In- I
voluntary Seminal losses. Impotency, Mental I
and Physical Incapacity, impediments to I
aiarriage, etc.; also, consumption. Epilepsy 1
and Fits, induced by e .f-indulgence or Sexual f
("frice, in asealed envelope, only Octs. I
Tile celebrated author, in this ulinirmhln I
say .clearly demonstrates from a 30 years' sne-1
i.-eMui pracbice, inai me alarming eonscqnen-1
ces of self abuse may be radically cured with- I
oht thedanirerotiA u-io or tin bmro m ini..n.i I
meuiciue. lMintmg out a moile ot enre at once I
simple, certain and effectual, by means ofl
winch evervsuuerer.no matter wh.t hiiv. I
Aititm mav Ko m. .m. . I r ..... i . 1
' " .....j u.ium, CWuiv,Bn.
vateiy, ana railically. l
This lecture shonld be in the hands nr mwmrm I
Sent, uudcrscal. in a nlain envrinm fa .
address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or
Also Dr. CnlverweU's Marriage Guide, price
Address the publishers,
CH AS. J . C. KLINE ft CO.
1 1T Bowery, New York P. O.
B- H. Stpubbe,
TTTOULD respectfully announce to the eiti-
v v sens or noime. ana aiiiointn.Miiintijw
that he is prepared to do all work in his line
una guarantee satlslactioa.
Harness Made to Order.
He has the right lor this county for the
PONS' PATENT TCU BlXKXIS, which is sa-
lienor w ail omen.
t&Sone but the best workmen employed.
E. H. STRUBBE.
Berlin , O., Aug. SO, 1871.
PROPltlETOK OF THE
Tnf; !nbT;r.ibr. . prepared to nil orders of
all kinds in bis line with promntness and onr
dispatch, lie keeps constantly on hand
ILL KINDS OF FUMITIJRE
From the elK'anest mialitr in th inmt n
vuut uci iiiiiau uic bjkiiih n l L l it l IV nan iu nm.
.wunaaxao. a. fuwuuiu UUCIO Ut
Kept constantly op hand.
Done on short!
Special attention given to the business of
Metallic. Excelsior anil Walnut f!nfiimi ttnt 1
constantly on ham). Coffins manufactured to I
x wo frooti llearsea keut constantlv in I
vauiutw M HtWUII Uaalls,,
Land for Sale.
nr.ur.ui oner ior nit titn ntt hir r m i
farm, containinir intl amit. be in it altnut . I
oi pHMi youi.ff timber, and Quaeres an-1
liiiiiivwiuu, miuate ntmr me center oi
Kililuv Tli.. Holmes Co.. O. ThiM Uhin tn
tmmio.rnuiim can Mwn, as ine lanu is ae-1
iraiHe and will lie sold soon. Ttirms eaav. for
urtnur particulars inquire on i lie premises. ;
SOOft WpNTH Over Half Profit.
Vf""mti M'llinic artirlfs, necttti in every
A valualjle vainiile keut on receiptor
pav potaK. AiUhvss,
U. W. SNKAI A t) .
44iitU St., miattrlpliia. Pa.
New li BOBS.
(Successors to J. K. Koch, Jr,)
Arc now offering the Largest and Best Select
ed Stock of Uoods in the Maiket
Al Greatly .Unl Pricss
OPR STOCK OF
CONSISTS OF ,
Prints, Ginghams, Denims,
Brown and Bleached Muslins.
Cotton ades, Checks,
Stripes, Delaines, Alpacas.
Mohairs, Poplins, Keps,
Afarnnrta Fmnraca l li
Tweeds, Carpet Yarns, Ac.
We haye ererythinr In the NOTIOX
i-arge stoca CM ,
a-arl "TV-l" n-tt. , , 1
1 opa CxAtLt fm .-t I
H Bw wi w uwwviiwa
01 . .
Salt, Fl8ttf . Plaster. IilXXie, &C.9
Such as Teas. Coffees, Sugars, Syrups, Spiees
cnnooi oe burpasseu
FOB V '
Ton can always be snpplied by sailing on u.
KiT Don't fail to examine oar stock before
We pay the Highest Market Prise, ia CASH,
Butter, Eggs, Lard,. Dried . and
ween .bruits, Bacon, Wool,
beeds, Oram, Potatoes,
&c, tic, &c.
sfi" Hfiienir the place KOCH'S COB-
WHOLF, TIDBALL & CO.
Millersbnrx-, April il.lSS. ' '
The new improved
Thfi TleOal TOT PfflOTP
atUw JltCugia) XW1 atXUKlCdia
-A.t Vienna.; 1873,'
The Highest Order of Metlal" Award-1
- ed at the Exposition.
No Sewing Machine Received
: a Higher Fnze. :
FEW GOOD .REASONS:
1. A NEW INVESTIOX, THOROUGHLY
TESTED, and secured by Letters Patent.
. Hakes a PERFECT LOCK STITCH, alike!
nota sides, on all kinds of goods. :
. Runs LIGHT, SMOOTH, NOISELESS t
U&riD best combination of qualities.
4. DURABLE Rnns lor years without Be-1
pairs. , , . ,.; ., . ..; ,
B. Will do all varieties of Work and Fancy I
jsuicning in a superior manner.
. Is Most Easily manured by the Operator.
Length of stitch may be altered while rannhur I
machine can be threaded without passing j
inreaa tnrough Doles.
Design simple. Ingenious. Elerant--
Forming the stitch without the us of Coa
nneei Gears, notary Canuor : Lever Arms.
the Automatic Prop read, which insures
uniform length ot stitch at any spaed. Mas I ular
n Ti,..i- ..n ... 1
movement of the needle -bar and prevents ia-
Constructioa most Careful aaa Finished.
is manufactured by the meet skillful and
experienced mechanics at the ea leu rated REM
INGTON ARMOBY, ILUON, N. Y. - '
Addusp. lor agencies and Information,
Remington Sewing Ma
Branch Office 270 Superior St.,
Cleveland, 1 Ohio.
Agent for Holmes Conn ty.
Established in 18.2S.'
Re-EststbiisJied in IStiO.
CC. Hammer & Bon
Manurartnrer. or Fine and Mniinn s-n.i.. I
- " r .nun aim in, n anl-m.K!-and I
In stvles an4 mialliv ihn fiu.n.i i. I
or aav othar Vuruitnra ilouse this aMe el I
lhtoaraiihs and IrlreLUtesentnM innlli-k I
. OTira.ln inFciiT non-i rorgec tne place
of tho Large Uolden ;hair, 4S, H and HI
MervuthAveuue.ruisburgg, ta . ,rl
:.?' I. as-yt
I would respectfully announce that I keep
constantly on hand a good supply of
Fresh Groceries and JPro-
: vision ''':.' n'
at low Jgnraa. FKK3H MEATS at U kiads
aaa be had dally. ,
ysrjL&Tsz ;u meals':
, AT ALL. HOURS. :
Main Street, opposite to Book Store. . .;; :
lott . wm. h. Gi.rn.n-
Great Cash Sale !
PRICES TO SUIT THE
.If ARB TIMES. '
Faraers' ail MMti
Look to Your Interest.
. '.- . ItlxU i 1KM UP.
tfm fl I
JOlUl SpeQCCr.. CI 5 Oil
Paint Valley, Ohio.
With a Tiew to changing- their business, will
. ... seU tneir ENTIBB STOCK of
Worth of Good .
: . . . i. !'
Now is the time lor Bargains. Don't fail to
avail yourselves of the opportunity, for such
chances are scarce.
OUB STOCK CONSISTS OF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
' Good variety and Nice Styles of
Black Alpara lor V cents, worth UK. .
Delaines 15, 18 ana 90 cents per yard.
Flannels 90 and 85 cents, that heretofore re-1
taiita isr i ana a cents. .
: A NICE LOT OF
Cassimeres, JeanSf tv
Best Stocking Tarn cents, worth $U .
W would call the attention of yonag men
to oar stock of Clothing, as good as was ever
in tne eonnty. 1 '
Our entire stock of PRINTS at 10 cents per yd.
Extra White Drips 8vmp for 80 cents worth H
ICarbon Oil 96 cents per gal. (Ohio Legal Test)
Notions in Grate Variety. .
Our semis are exeiaaivelv Cash, or arodnea.
AU kinds of Prodnce wiU ae reeelved at the I
nianest castt rncea. lnclndlnr Wheat, oats.
Rye. Bsnkwheat, Cora, clover and Timothy
Seed Ac. Poultry o Fat Uocs also taken in I
excaango iorgooaB. - . - i.
' Pluefc Wo.' I.' '
The New Chromos
yor Keen Humor, Pure Pluck, and a Pop-
Subject, these Pictures have never been
, ,.w ... . .
equalled ia the Chroma Lithographic A rt.
(6x22 Inches. . Prioa $10 tha pair.
8ead orders to the pabiUaer, n .;
i ' J. P. RYDER. Cl0vlarMi. O."
j. t. wamelink:,
Superior St. Cleveland, O., sole agent for
SJEINWAY 4 SOX S
Grand, Squar t Vprigkt Piano
Also, af athusek a Co.H
Psnito and Cabinet Pipe Organ.
Ossrana, M elodeoiis, and Second Hand
. rianns iroal Bir co ivn aunareq .
dollars, roustantiy oa band
Send for Circulars. .Jtsf
OjONNbON'S PKIHTIalb INKS, ,
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vnr
egab Bittkbs the most wonderful In
TigonDt that ever sustained th. sinkiog
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
Bilions, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, which are bo preva
lent in the valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
minora, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, Bed, Colorado, Brazos, Kio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Bo
anoke, James, and many otheia, with
their .vast tributaries, throughout onr
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so daring sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de-.
rangements of the stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful influence upon these various orr
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for the purpose equal to
Dr. J. Walker's Vinegar BrnRRS,
as they will speedily remove the dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at tbe same time
stimulating the secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring the healthy
Fortify the body against disease
by purifying all its fluids with Vinegar
Bitters. - No epidemic can take hold
pf a system thus fore-armed.
, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste,
in the Moutb, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are tbe 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, Takers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck-,
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eye,, etc
In these, as in all other constitutional Dis
eases, WaLKKH'S TlXKGAK BlTTKBS bSTB
shown their great curative powers ia the
most obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Diseases
are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
T'lumbcrs, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and
Miners, as Uiey advance in life, are subject
paralysis of tbe Bowel. To guard
against this, tike a dose of Waieek's ?1S-EG-A
a Bittkrs ortaKiimalty.
For Sk in Diseases, Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt-Uheum, Blotche. Spots, Pimples,
Pnstnles, Boils, Carbuncle. Ring-worms,
Scald-bead, Sore Kyo. Erysipelas. Itch,
Scurfs. Uiscolorations of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of tbe Skin of whatever name
nature, are literally dng np and carried
ont of the system in a short time by the use
Pin, Tape, and other "Worms,
lurking in tbe system of so many thousands,
are effectually destroyed and removed. So
system of medicine, no vermifuges, no an
tholminitics will free tbe system front worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at tbe dawn of wo-
mannooa. or tne tarn ot me, tnese ionic
Bitters display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible. - -
; Cleanse the Yitiated Blood when
ever yon find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when yoa find it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is
foul ; your feelings wiU tell yon when. Keep
tbe blood pore, and the health of the system
R. H. MeDOXALD & CO
Drag-gists and Gen. A eta, Sao Francisco. California,
and cor. of Washinctoa and Coarltoo Sta.. X. Y. -Sola
by aOl Urmgciala aaut Dealers.
RICHNESS OF TONE!
:- " ' -IX
. . , ;AS3 . ... .
iSf r pa sued hy None.
The Estev is becomins
a Household Word
Large Numbers are Being
fial4 in a-a ! aa. I 9
SAMPLE ISTIDIfflfS !
BK KKN BY CALI.IKU AT TBE
M. P. F OGLE SONG,
M1GIC GLASS f ITTER-
is a voadt-rlul little invention, and for
trilling rxwnc of riilv cauts cn-rv per
son have one in h nou'a and he bn own
This imtruiiirnt Kill cut ! better
any diainowl, winch will cost illy
persoa ran ae la. It u simnlv a aiM
hnil'c.willi a lilllesterl wheel that make,
hutuln-il nvilutn,ii a ulmii
in a ,Kciiliar manner.
require notill or pia.tietoueit. Anv
hmlr ran rut elnsii waa it even a chiltt 'it
a lil'e lime. A lilit pressure on the
all that ii uei04..-irv.
pretmid. to any atMress. afelv uaea,l
receipt ol'M cents and a leiter stamp bv.
CLANK a i n.. MahUst lapitul street
I). i lssul.