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The Falling Stars and the Union.
Mr Lincoln received once a
call from a delegation of bank
presidents, at one of the gloom
iest periods ot the war, which !e-
predion and'evenl disceurage
mfent prevailed in many places.
- One of the financial gentlemen
asked the President if his confi
dence in the future was not be
ginning to be shaken. "Not in
the least," he answered. uWhen
I was a young man in Illinois,"
he continued, 1 boarded for a
time with a deacon of the Pres-
iJ'yterian church. One night 1
was Aroused from my sleep by a
rap at my door, and 1 heard the
deacon's voice exclaiming.
uArise, Abraham, the dav of
judgement has come P I sprang
from by bed, and rushed to the
window; and there "I saw the
stars falling in a shower. But
jlpoked beyond those falling stars
&na iar back in the heavens J
1 jiaw--fixed, apparently, and im
movable The grand old con
situations with which l was so
acquainted. No, gentlemen, the
world didnot "come to an end
then , nor will the Union come
to an end'now." .
A remarkable Jew, claiming to
be the Messiah, has recently ap
peared in Arabia, where his
fame has spread far and wide.
He came forth from the"! desert.
'where he has spent many years
mortifying the flesh, and he pre
terms to wont wonders and per-
torm miracles, lie has a melo
dious voice, remarkably brilliant
eyes,and a facmating appearance
and is winning followers.
. . tsai iar more numerous are
the herd of such,who thinks too
little and who talk too much.
Always la King out and never
putting in' soon reaches the bot
Farm, and Household.
Watering Cattle in the Winter.
Next to warm shelter and good
- feed, the proper watering of cat
tle should be attended to. No
farm animals will do well if only
watered once a dav. It is true
that animals which are driven to
some frozen pond and watered
through holes cut in the ice will
seldom in cold weather drink
more than once a day, for the
simple reason that they inii6t.be
sufiering from thirst to be induc
ted to drink at all ; but this does
not, by any means, prove the
economy of this system ot water
ing, but rather the reverse. To
prove it, let the stock-owner
himself get down and drink this
thoroughly-chilled water. The
.... evidence of danger to the system
will be apparent.
-If there are but few animals
- -lo- be watered, it is hut little la
bor to do- the work, since the wa
ter for a dozen or twenty cattle
can be pumped in about the time
, the cattle will drink it. If a large
i .'- herd be kept, a simple windmill,
pumping into an underground
cistern placed upon an eminence
and connecting by means of un
derground pipes with the trough
in the yard at a less elevation.
. will suffice to supply any number
of cattle and other stock. The
outlay, other than the first ex
pense, will be but small. If this
be impracticable, a tank mav be
built of sufficient elevation, and
enclosed so mat it snau tie prac
tically irost proot, when "it will
work day and night, Winter and
Summer, when the wind blows
(and when does it not in the
West?) and will repay its cost,
every year, where a considerable
herd is to be watered.
For years, we had such a mill
that furnished water from a fifty
feet well, which supplied the
house, 500 to COO swine, twelve
horses and ten cows, besides furn
ishing water for the green house
hot beds of over COO sashes,
I - wuku latter alone used to re
. Juuire the work of one man with
a hose to water. We simply state
this to show the amount of water
a good sized.mill will pump.
-The great advantage of this
system of watering is that the
water may be carried in common
iron gas-pipea whenever you
want, and the water is never
j thoroughly chilled, so as to dis
tress stock in drinking. Conse
quently they take it just when
they want it and usually in small
ijuauuues ui. a nine, lnev are
thereby saved the ague chill that
,usuallyoccur8 after the neriodi
. veal filling up under the system
as practiced by too many of our
larmers. there is no doabt that.
with proper watering and warm
shelter in Winter, all farm ani-
- r. -mals would come out from twen-
-wty-1ireto fifty per cent, better
than they now do.. We have
proved this proposition to our
perfect satisfaction by experience
in lauening catt.e. lhe propo
sition' will hold good with other
stock. It will pay to give farm
. stock, first, warm shelter, second,
plenty of good forage, and third,
out not least, water, to drink at
will certainly twice a day, and
then never chilled to the freez
Our correspondent, "G.W.L.,"'
ot Delaware, loa., sends us a'val
uable hint with respect to the
f, watering of cattle in Winter. He
, says :
:."JUany farmers water their
stock from wells, and, in the
Winter ' time, they experience
coniueraDiemihculty, by the.ac
-cumulation of ice around the
trough. Many times cattle even
-iT. l J ...
. tnougu very ury, win go away
witnouc annKing, rather than
venture on such a slippery place
to get water. I have a very
simple and cheap remedy ; take
r;;an armtnl or two ot straw, scat
' ter it over the ice and
, sprinkle, over it,, some water,
which soon freezes fast, ana the
remedy is complete. Wentern
'-T A criminal case disposed of at
Steubenville, Ohio a short time
ago is of interest to nut hunters,
especially to those persons who
are slow to recognize the rights
owners of nuts or other pro
ductions of forest trees. Five
young men were indicted under
the act of assembly of that State
for taking hickery nuts from the
trees of a farmer living in that
county, without his consent.
Thev dead "not guilty," and the
case went to a jury. Under
the ruling of the court, they
were found guilty and sentenced
accerdinglr to pay a fine of ten
dollars each and ' tbe costs of
prosecution the costs amount
ing to about $50.00. The court
held that the defendants' attor
neys erred while claiming that
the law was intended to protect
only such vegetables as were
cultivated by the owner of the
6oil and the judge insisted that
the act of the Legislature gave
the owner of the land control
over all that grew npon it, in
cluding hickory nuts or any oth
er productions of forest trees.
Dissolve two pounds - of soap
in three gallons of water as hot
as the hand can bear, lo this
add one tablesponful of terpen
tine and three aqua ammonia.tbe
mixture to be well stirred. ooaK
the linen cloths in this two or
three hours, taking care to keep
the boiler tiffhtlv closed. Then
wash and rinse in the usual way
Add for the second use of the
nreDaration, half as much tur
pentine and ammonia as at first
Both of these possess strong de
tersive qualities without any in
jurious effect. The smellof both
will disappear by the time the
clothes are dry. The use of this
mixture makes rubbing on the
board unnecessary and wi'l not
remove the color from calicoes.-iVT.
In four gallons of water six
pounds of coarse salt, one pound
ot brown sugar or one quart of
suear-house syrup and four ounc
es of salt-petre are dissolved.
The solution is to be boiled for
half an hour, skimmed and strain
ed. When quite cold it is pour
ed over the meat, already pack
ed in a barrel ortub,havingbeen
previously rubbed over with
few handfuls of the mixed and
powdered ingredients, dry.- As
the meat is used out ot the picK
le, other meat may be immersed
in it, having been previously rub
bed as before mentioned. The
pickle is used, the better it be
comes, but it must be boiled
skimmed and strained at least
once a year, and be replenished
with more salt, sugar and salt
petre in the proper proportions,
N. Y. Tribune.
Water Proof Shoes.
Take a wide-mouthed "bottle
and half fill with shallac varnish
having the consistency of thin
syrup. Mix some lampblack
with a little of the same varnish
and when well blended add it
with a bit of gum camphor, to the
contents of the bottle and feeep
it well corked. The rule is, to
one pint of varnish add half an
ounce each of good lampblack
and gum camphor. With this
preparation children's shoes may
be kept polished and water proot
all the year round ; and it is a
nice application for the larger
shoes as well. And, if gentle
men ever read such articles as
these, let me whisper it, it will
freshen up j our old harness in
many similar ways, answering
everv purpose to which French
dressing is applied. Christain
Mr. on Indian Corn as
A gentleman in Cincinnati
wrote to Mr. Bright of England
some time aso, "urging the im
portance of introducing Indian
corn as an article of food for the
people of this country." Mr.
Bright quite agrees with the
Cincinnati gentlemen. "We have
always, ' he says, "to import
large portion of our food ; and it
seems very strange that an arti
cle of such great consumption
with you should be so very little
favored or known with us." The
chief difficulty in the ay is that
which attends all new things
the indisposition of the people to
give a favorable , or even an
impartial, attention to wnat is
new. Another hindrance is "the
want of knowledge as to the va
rious modes of cooking" Indian
corn. In order to obviate the lat
ter difficulty, Mr. Bright promis
es to see Mr. Buckmaster, and
to "urge him, and those" with
whom lie is associated, to ar
range for some provision by
which all that is known in the
States with respect to Indian
corn mav also be known in this
Tools for the Farm.
There is no better way for a man
to invest a few dollars than by
buying tools for the farm. Much
time and expense can be saved
bv repairing broken farming
tools yourself, instead of carrying
them to a carpenter and paying
a high price for a job winch, per
Imns. vou could have done as
well if not better yourself, and
at a cost oi less than one quarter
the price paid for the work.
There are many days of leisure
in the early part of the winter
that you can devote to the over
linulinir and reparing of the farm
ing tools to be used eany in the
spring, and have them in prime
order when the hurry of spring
work begins. Supposing yoa
have a broken rake handle ; in
stead of throwing it away lay the
head bv. or if vou have an old
handle put that into the good
head, and you have a whole rake
that will last vou as long as
new one costing thirty cents. II
you break a pitchfork handle,
donx buy a whole new fork the
next time you go te town, but
buy a handle and put the old
tine into it, and you have as good
a fork as can be bought and for
less than the cost of a new one.
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THAT AT THK SAME TIU
Purge. Purijlet, and Strengthens
Dr. Tutt'e Pills are composed of many ingre-
flients. Prominent amonor them arebasaintril-
la and Wild Cherry, so united as to work to
gether; the one, tnrougn lu auimxiure wivn
other substances, purifying and pnrging;whlle
the other is strengthening the system. Thus
these Pills are at the same time a tonic and a
cathartic, a desideratum long sought for by
medical men, but never before discovered, in
other words, thev do the work of two medi
cines and do it much better than any two we
know of, they remove nothing irom tne system
but Impurities, so while they purge they also
strengtoen ana nencc no uuui
lowetrby no reaction.
r Tuft's Pills have a wonderful influence
on the blood. They not only puruy witnoiii
weakening it, nut mey icnmswi wuiwu ptw
tilM irAm the. rhvle before it Is converted in
to fluid, and thus makes impure blood an utter
impossibility. As there is no debilitation, so
there is no nausea or sickness attending the
operation 01 tins most eaceueui. uieuitue.
which never strains or tortures the digestive
ArmuiA. hut rauscA them to work in a tieri'ect-
1 v natural manner: hence Dersons taking them
do not become pale and emaciated, but on the
contrary ,wune an luiuurmcs mt u-.tg iciuui
ed.tae eomliined action of the Sanaparilla and
wihl Clierrv uiirilies and invigorates the body
and a robust state of health is tbe result of
their united action.
Price 35 cents a box. Sold by ali Druggists.
Princinal office. 48 and w uourtianat st. . 1
THE BEST EVIDENCE.
Th followinr letter from Rev. E. & BT.
Paofaor M. K. Church. Ha6., will be read with
intpi-p-at Uv mauv Dhvsiciaiis. Also those suf
fering from the same disease as afflicted the
on oi the Iter. K. S. Best. No person can
doubt this testimony, and there is no doubt
about the curative powers or v feu ti is . :
Katick. Mass.. Jan. 1. 1873,
Mr. II. R. Stevens Ukab Sib: We have
.mod rensou for retrardinir voui fedbriNfe.
medicine of the greatest value. We feel as
sured that it has been the means ol saving oar
son's life. He is now seventeen years of age.
For the last two years he has fullered irom
necrosis 01 bis leg. caused by scrofulous aflec-
tion, ana was so iar reuueeu innt ncariy su
hn uw him thouirht his recover? impossible.
A council of able physicians could give us bat
the faintest hope of his ever rallying, two
tue number declaring that he was beyond the
reach of human renieuies uiai even amputa
tion could not save him. as he had not vigor
enough to endure the operation. Just then we
commenced giving him VEtiETINE and from
tnai llIUc to uie prestsu lie una inxu vmi i uni
ons )v imnrovinr. He has latelv resumed hii
studies, thrown away his crutches and eaue.
and walks around cneeriui ana strong.
Thou sh there is still some discharge from the
opening where his limb was lanced, we have
tbe fullest confltlence that in a little time toe
will be perfectly cured.
He has taken about three dozen bottles
VEGETINE, but lately uses but little, as he
declares that he is too well to be taking meUi
Respectfully yours, E. S. BEST.
Mrs- L. C. P. BEST,
The range of disorders which yield to the
influence of this medicine, and the number
defined diseases which it never Jails to cure
and greater than any other single medicine
nas mtnerto ueen even recommemicu tor,
nv other than the uronrietor of some uuaci
nostrum. These diseases are Scrofula ami all
Emotive Diseases and Tumors; Kheuinatisin,
(out. Neuralcia and Spinal Complaiuts and all
inflammaurs,symptoms. Ulcers, all Syphilitic
diseases, kianey ana isuumer diseases. i-iropsy
tbe whole train oi paimut uisomers wmcn &
irenerallv aUlict American m omen. and whic!
carry anually thousands of them to permature
graves; uyspepsia mas universal cures o
American manhood: Heartburn. .Piles. Con
stipation. Nervousness. Inability to Sleep, and
I m nu re Blood.
This is a formidable list of human ailments
for any single medicine to success iuly attack
and it is not probable that any one article be
fore the public has the power to cure the quar
ter oi tnem excepting me vculilia: il iayi
the axe at the root of the tree of by first elimi
nating every impurity from the blood promo-
MJlg HW icvuuaioi vpouug mv pwi wm w. i una.
esTJine values of the &vstm invigorating the
liver to its full and natural action, cleansing
tbe stomach ana strengtning digestion. inu
miM'Ji aceomDlished. the sueedv and tlM per
manent enre of not only the diseases we nave
enumerated, but likewise tbe whole train
chronic and constitutional disorders. is certain
to follow. This is precisely what VEGETINE
does, and does It so quickly and so easily that
It is an accompiisneu tact aimost uuorc sue pa.
tient is aware o k niuueu.
iseomDosedof Roots. Barks and Herbs. It
very pleasant to take. Every ciiildilikes it.
sold by ail uruggesss. ... -
The Highest Medical Authorities of Europe
says the strongest Tonic, Purifier and Deob-
stnient know to the medical world is
It arrests decay ot vital forces, exhaustion
tne nervous system, restores vigor to the de
bilitated, cleanses vitiated blood, removes vesi
cale obstructions and acts directly on the Liv
er ana apieen. trice si a notue.
KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St, N. Y.
cures all Humor from tho vornt SeroN
via to ft coatmoo Blotch or Pimple
' From two to six bottles are warranted to
en re Salt Bbrnm or Tetter, Plmplea
On race, isoiips -ryipri ana
Liver Complaint. Six to twclvo bot
tics, warraoiod to cure Serofnlona
KwelliDn and Sores and all Skill and
131 ood Dlneaaea. By its wondcrtJt
Pectoral properties Uwlll euro tho most
torero recent or liiifrertng Cough in halt
the time required br any other medicine
and in perfectly Hife, looacninj? cougli. oot ly
ing irritation, and relleTinfp soirnosa. Sold
ibr all DrufniiKts. R.V. PIERCE, ITV.I
(Hforld'a lUpenarya JuiUlo, S. i.
$10 to $20;'
A li.BI.AlU A (JO..S
Affcnts wantml er.
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omer nis .
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REAR OF "EMPIRE HOUSE."
Best of Horses, Carriages, Ac. which will
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ISf We also have alarge and commodious
FeetTand Sa'.e Stable in connection.
W-j respectriillr ask a liberal share of public
patronage. Satisfaction uuarantecil. nemem
bcr the place to get
&:od Sips at L:w Prices ! ! .
Is at the new l.ivery Stable, rear of Empire
Houi. W. L. O- 9. m. FORBS
Are now running their Shops; and are ready
to do all jolis of repairing in their line.
Their have on hand and for sale. Threshing
Machines and Horse rowers thut can't be ex
celled, at lower prices than cau be hail else
where. They have ou hand.
Sulky Hay Rakes, Road Sorapers.
Plows, Points, Road Sorapers,
Farm Bells and Cast
ing of all Kinds.
Persons wanting anything In onr line will
Dnd it to their interest to call as we intend to
sell at low prices this season.
March Kth, lK73.tr.
PET CANARY BIRD !
l'a tent Just l'l-ocured.
Will Bing for Hour? 4 an bo Managed by
Anv Child. The Latent and Most Won
dfriul liiurntfon ol' the e. The very thing
lor either 1'arlur or out-dour amitsoim'iit.
Send for Sample at Once.
It iff pay to ajrent and to the trade. Satlft
t fiction jcuamtttetMl or money promptly re
funded. Sent pre-paid by tnafl to any address, on
receiptor I'my Cents or three itirOiMt Dollar.
A.I.I n-.s M K ItOliKK I'H A CO,
Stiutf 174 Broadway.New York;
JOHN P. DEAN,
A SJ ffc
Carpenters' and Blacksmiths Tools, Shoveli
Spades, Scythes, Snathes, Hoes, Forks and
Rakes, together with a large snd raried stock
of Hardware and Cutlery, sniuble for the
trade, at greatly reduced rates. yl
How Lost, How Restored
Just ooblished. a Dew edition
ifr. cuirerweii s eieoraeu
Kssav. on the radical core (without Medicine)
of Snermattorrhoea or Seminal Weakness. In-
voiuntary seminal losses impoiency, nenmi
Marrlase, etc.; also, Consumption, Kpilepey
and Fit, induced by &e.f-indul-ence or bexnal
frrTice, in a sealed envelope, only 6 cts.
Tiit-rlrhratNl &iithor. in thi& ailmirahle
say . clearly demonstrates from a 3D years' suc
cebsful practice, that the alarming consequen
ces or self abuse may be radically cured with
out the dangerous use of the knife or internal
niMiir.ine. iMdntinir out a mode of cure at once
simple, certain and effectual, by means
wmcn everv Kunerer, no maner wui m eru
dition may be, may cure himself cheaply, pri
vately, and radically.
This lecture should be in the hands of every
you tli and every man in the land.
Sent, tiuderseal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, postpaid, on receipt ot six ceni,
two itost&ire ftanios.
Also Dr. Culverwell's Marriage Guide, price
Address the publishers,
X'HAS. J. C. KLrNE ft CO
1 197 Bowery, Sew York' P. O.
Pluck No. 2.
The New Chromos
For Keen Humor. Pure Pluck, and a Pop
ular Subject, these Pictures have never been
equalled in the Chromo Lithographic Art.
Size 16x22 Inches. . Price $10 the pair.
Send orders to the paMUher,
J. F. RYDER, Cleveland. O.
WM. H. GABD.
I would iwnectfullr announce that I keep
oonsuuiuy ou nana a goon supply 01
Fresh Grocer ten mid Pio-
at low figures. FRESH MKAT3 of all kinds
can ue uau uaiiy.
wvitr jYi eals
AT ATX HOURS.
Main Street, opioslte the Book Store.
Mil WM. H. GARIV
Jackson St, Millersburg. O.
A I love s A V N I ) K lis !rug Store.
IX work entniHteit to them will be maile
uu in the latest titvle. mot tlurable man
ner, and guaranteed to give sati taction in
C. E. HUTCHINSON,
l 144 aytrt.sl.,Clnihl, O.
Newspaper Advertising Agent
Ojohnson'b printing inks
2 t' "- "V
HEW 'HEM !
(Suceeasoo to J. K. Koch, Jr
Are now offering the Largest and Best Seiect-
Ctl awes Of uoutu iiiv aiaiaek
It Greatly Uwl Prices
OUR STOCK OF
Prints, Ginghams, Denims,
Brown and Bleached Muslins.
Stripes, Delaines, Alpacas.
Mohairs, Poplins, Keps,
Merinos, Empress Cloth,
Black, Brown and Colored Silks.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Jeans,
Tweeds, Carpet Yarns, &c.
We hare ererrttiisg in the NOTION
iirge stork 01
Carpets, Oil Clotlis
Large Stock of Queonsware
Large Stock of Croceries,
Snch as Teas, Coffees, Sugars, Syrups, Spieei
Kiee, haierattis. oap, xouacco, c
that cannot be surpassed.
Salt, Fish, Plaster, Lime, &c.
Ton can always be supplied br calling on ns.
teg' Don't fail to examine oar stock before
We pay the Highest Market Price, 1
isutter, XjSks, Lara, JJned an
Green Fruits, Bacon, Wool,
Seeds, Grain, Potatoes,
tfrc, &c, &c.
tsS-Remetnber the place KOCH'S t.'OR.
WHOLF. TIDBALL & CO
UillerslmrK, April 21, lira.
THE NEW IMPROVED
The "Medal for Progress'
At Vienna, 1873,
The nighest Order of Me.1al" Award-
el at the jLxpnsition.
No SewlDg Machine Received
a Higher Prize.
A FEW GOOD REASONS:
1. A NEW INVENTION, THOROUGHLY
TESTED, and secured by Letter Patent.
1 Makes PERFECT LOCK STITCH, alike
on both sides, m all kinds of good.
3. Run LIGHT, SMOOTH, NOISELESS
and K VPID bet combination or qualities.
pairs. Runs lor years without Re
& Will do all varieties of Work and Fancy
Stitching in a superior manner.
C Is Most Ea.ily manatl by the Operator.
Length of stitch may be altered while running
and machine can be threaded without passing
thread through holes.
T. Design Simple, Ingenious, Elegant
Forming the fetitrh without the use of Cog-
Wheel Gears, Kmary CTuor Lever Arms.
Has the Automatic Drop Feed, which insure
uniform length of titr,h at any Sieed. Has
our new Thread-Controller, which allows easy
movement of the needle-bar and prevents in
jury to thread.
8. Construction most Careful and Finished.
It Is manufactured by the most skillful and
experienced mechanics at the celebrated REM
INGTON ARMORY, ILLION.N.Y.
A ddk its, for agencies and information.
Ilrawli Omoo 270 Superior St.,
A j;ent for ITolmt's County,
Established in 1H3S.
lte-Established in IStith
C.G.IIammer & Son
Mniiufiu'tnrerc of Fine and Mtilium Furniture
oOvt-ry tvr itiiou ami prire, hand-made ant)
ulterior iu stylet mid iiiality than found in
most or any oilier Furniture (louse this i4e of
riMtovraibs and Price l.ictsftenton applica
tion, or when In tbe citv don't forget the place
sign of tho l.arge Golden Chair, 45, 48 and BO
Seventh Avenue, Pittsburgg, l'a iri,yl
RICHNESS OF TOME !
Surjmssed hy None.
lliv K9ivv is wnwiiiiiis
r i j s 0
a nousenoia ngru
Large Numbers are Being
soia in xnis ana aa
SAMPLE . DfSTROMENTS !
CAN" BE SF.EX BY CALLING AT THE
POST OFFICE BUILDING,
Ber. M. P. FOGLESONG,
Great Cash Sale !
PBICES TO SUIT THE
Fanners' aM Meciais'
Look to Your Interest.
THE FIRM OF
'John Spencer & Son
Paint Valley, Ohio.
Wilhatiew to changing their business, will
sell tneir ENTIRE STOCK of
Worth of Goods
Xow is the time for Bargains. Don't fail to
avail yourselves of tb. opportnnitr, for such
chances are scarce.
. OITR STOCK CONSISTS OF
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Good Tariety and Nice Styles of
Black Alpaca for V eenU, worth f I &
lXlaine 15, 18 ana eenta per yard.
Flannels 3U and as eenta, that heretofore re
taUed Ibr l and 60 osnta.
A NICK UrT OF
Cassimeres, Jeans, cCc.
Best Mockina; Yarn 11 cents, worth II.
We would rail the attention of yonng men
toonrstork of clothing, a. gorxl aswaserer
in the county.
Our entire stock of PH 1NTS at 10 cents per yd.
Extra W kite Drips Syrap for W eenta worth fl
Carbon oil tt cents perfal. (Ohio Legal Test)
worth 40 cents.
Notions in Grate Variety.
Our terms are exclusively Cash, or produce.
All kinds of Produce will be received at the
highest Cut Prices, including Wheat, Oat.
Kve. Buckwheat, Corn. Clover and Timothy
seed Ae. Poultry o rai Htg aiao taken in
exchange for gootU.
JOHN SFE1TCER L SOU.
22. H. Strubbe,
Woi'l.l rexpeetrullv announce to the cltl-
or HiiImi .'ml miioinln.' counties.
that he is prepared to d all work iu his line
aud guarantee satisfaction.
Harness Made to Onler.
lie has the rlarht tor this countr for the
PONS' PATENT I't U 111 K I.E. which is su
perior lo all others.
won. out inr vufiw. vmpiuyeu.
E. II. STRUBBE.
Berlin, 0 Aug. u, Itm. ltt
Dr. J. Walker's California Tin
e"ar Bitters are a purely Vegetable
preparation, made chiefly from the na
tire herbs found on tbe lower ransies of
tl-e Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of which
are extracted therefrom without the tiso
of Alcoliol. Tho question is almost
duilv asked. "What is the cause or tlio
unparalleled success of Vixkgak Bit
TKKSf Our answer is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and the patient re
covers his health. They are the great
blood Durifier and a life -sivinpr principlo.
perfect itcnovator auu mt
of the system. Never bewre in tne
history of the 'world has a medicine lnu
compounded poascaaiiilt the remarkaUa
Qualities of Ti.xkgar Bittkii in healmit the
' . - n,.n 1. l,Mr In. ThlV
SICK oi every
are a gentle Purgative a well a a Tome,
relieving Conecstion or Inflammation of
the Laver ana i t.-viat vu ...
The properties of Dn. Walkecs
TikegarBittkbs are Aperient. Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Sntnuous, uiamt,
Sedative, Counter-irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive, and Anti-Bilious.
It . 1. ... . .. ; i w -" -
Ttrnpristo nn" im. Art- Son Frnncisri. Cr"if irn:.!,
rtr. ,H w itsnnMPTiHl Itnu win:", .i-"-. -S.ld
by .11 Druggist mud IXmlcta.
ART (net premium) Chromos given to every
new subscriber that will remit the regu
lar subscription to Murlock lSros Art Pub
lishers, 3M Wellington street, Boston. .
Each subscriber can select irom tne roiiow
inir nrints.and all are ol one quality, anla
of the are 16x20 or 13x16. Will be forwarded
bv mail, free, our two cliroinos: tuoi aumii's
and Good Sight, or Morning Kisses and Happy
Dreams, or Wide Awake and Fast Asleep, or
Sunrise and Sunset, or, a pa r of spring, or
Summer, oi Autumn Booiits; or Motlier
Pet, or This Liule Pig Weui to Market; or Tbe
Olil Arm Chair; or Grandmother's Pets; or
Sunshine and shadow, tbe live companions: or
The Founder of the Great West: or friends of
Temperance; or out uouen anu h is rncww,
the three companions,, or My llest nenus, or
Birclie and l; or crossing me 3i.rem.
rnu, 1ii..iio) .fa assorted flowers. 8xlu,
or Six Bouiiuets, Cx8, with Poems and Bible
Acrostics on uie oacas.
Or an Artist's proof of Toe and Heel: or
Grandlather'sWaten, companions; orSunshine
anil Shadow: orHappy Days of Childhood; or
be rirst rrayer. companions, v,
Healing the Blind Man. All new prints, anil
are American Subjects, alter American ar
tists. Satisfaction warranted, and all are our
own manufacture. Companion or Sample
Prints at si per set or print, as lue suvjrci uj
Any person forwarding HAeen subscriptions
will alM receive a pair of our SI5 Water color
Landscapes, springtime ami iiani.iw
water color chromos maile in thel'nited Stales
Hi.mil bv Boston or New York droit, or Post
Oftice Order, or registered letter, when possi
ble- . .. ,
More popular man our ceieoruieu v n luiium,
W ide A wake and Fast Asleep, or our new Amer
ican Chromos Sunrise anil Sunset. Price, per
pair, mounted, fl.
Onr new Artist proof of Christ Healing the
Blind Man. The tlgures are alter J. D. Critten -den,
the celebrated sculptor of Kngland. and
the Landscape is after a photograph taken
from the Mount of Olives.
We have been induced to pnblish this origin
al and beautiiul print as the nrst of a series of
Bible prints, thinking that pretty and artistic
prints create happv thoughts, and that our
Sabbath Schools can be improved as much as
our homes, with heautirul prints.
We are the onlv publishers of this style or
prints, and it is ninca more effective in tone
than a steel engraving. Size. SUxSl. Price tl .
A fine assortment oi Frames always on hand
ami at low prices.
Wax Wreaths, Crosses and Bouquets,
Price, from 50 Cents to B.
Of onr own manufacture, suitable for Funerals
and Parties. Also Wax Flowers, lor dressing
tbe hair, alwavs on hand.
So money to be paid canvassers without onr
printed receipt, signed by us.
MI KOOCK BROS . Art Publishers
313 Washington St , cor. Temple Place,
94m3 Boston, Mass.
GOOD - BYE
WE ARE SELLING
Of best quality and manufacture, for LESS
MOSEY than anr oue in lown. Also,
II. MORE AND BETTER -
Spouting & Roofing
Than any one eHe toinr )niiHs krrr. Have
a Tew more
InM finis Cool star es
Left. Best in the world. We offer STOV ES,
TIN W&RE, anl ia tart all ;onil in our line to
customers, that the poorest j-lre ea rrailily
ee are worth nearly- as much more. We rn
say yon will not soon see their like affaia.
We are the exclusive agents lor J. A. LAW-
Call and see one that weiphs 3000 potti!. W ill
beat any sizetl hoie in the coIlet weather
with 3 bushels of coal.
Uon't forget the place, t tloor west of Em
PROPRIETOR OF TI1K
THE snbscriber is prepared to an onlers of
all kinds in his liue with promptness and
dispatch, lie keeps constantly on hand
ILL R1XDS OP FfRAITIRE
Prom the cheaitest quality to the fluest. a lit
tle cheaper than the ame' article can he pro
cure.! elsewhere. A ptonit'l nrtii-le of
Kept constantly oa hamL
Neatly Pone on snort
Special attention given to the business of
Metallic. KTceUlor ami Walnut t'oftiit kcit
constantly on haiuL 1 maauiactureil to
order. T Wo yhMi lleaie kept contautly in
reailine to attend calls.
The Best Paper. Try It !
The SCIENTIFIC AMKUICAN is the cheai.-
et ami lest lllustratetl weekly ier pulv
IKhetl. Kvory numler eoutatn inm lOtotA
original engntvinirs of new machinery, novel
Invention Hrtilicos, Knirineerinic. ami everv
new dieverv iat hciniurv. A ver numiter
eontain KB pagm anilM'veral hundred encrav-
mp. inoutiniiiioi volume arc preservei for
linc JUl'l relerenoe. 1 IM? practical rareii.l
are well worth ten tines the -uInmi iptton prim
vrw i a var u uiii. specimen mb( ire'.
A new volume wa cnimcucel Jnn. i imti t.
be hail of all news tleuier.
PATENTS omaimM on tne Jet tnrm,
aliNleUot new Inventkuis anil sketrhut exam
ine I. ami mlriee tree. All Patent are nuH.
lUhetl inthe?ieieutine Amerioaa tlie week thev
Uim, 8en1 for pampblnt, 1 1'i payvs eontain
iK laws ami full ilireetion for obt amiM . .
enfc. A.klre fc.r the paper or coiuvni.B
ranch Office cor. V 2 7th st. WtohJtiKun,