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How Skylark Preached a Sermon. Stories, as well as poems about the skylark, abound; but the fol lowing storv shows the constant love of Englishmen" for 'this truly English binl. v There is no such thinjr as a song-bird natural to An stralia; there .are birds that chatter and birds that shriek, but no bird that sings.- Well,there was a young maa-who' went out from England as a gold-digger, and was fortunate enough to make some money, and prudent enough to take care of it. He opened a "store," (a. sort of rough shop, where almost anything could "be lad), at a place called i'The Ovens;" a noted gold-field, about to hundred miles from Melbourne A ha continued to prosper, this young man, like a dutilul son,wrote home for his father and mother, asking them to come out to him,and, if they possibly could, to bring with tnem a Jam. rne old rolks agreed, ariVT ihi due. time, with sl lark1 tin charge they took ship and left the snores ot England. The old man, however, took the change so' much to heart' that he died; but the old woman and the lark landed in sound health at Mel bourne, and were speedily forward eito Mr.,Wilsted's store at "The Ovens." It was on Tuesday when they arrived, and the next morning " the lark was hbng outside the hut, and at once began piping" up. The effect was wonderful, jsturdy dig' gers big men with haiiy'faces and great brown hands paused in the midst of their work, and listened reverently. Drunken diggers left unnmsned the blasphemous sen tence, and looked bewildered and ashamed. Far and near the news spread like ilightning: "Have yoii heard the lark?" "Is it true, male, that there'is a real English 'skylark up at dacK w listed sr" . , So it' went On for three days, and then came Sunday morning. Such a. sight had not bean seen since the first spadeful of the golden earth had been turned! From every quar ter east, west, north and south from far-off hill, and from creeks twenty miles away, came a steady stream of rough, brawny English men, all brushed and .washed as de cent as possible. The movement was not arranged beforehand, as was plain from the half-ashamed ex pression of every man's face as he met Ms acquaintance in the crowd. There they were, however, and their errand was to hear the lark ! Nor were they disappointed. There, perched, in his wood-and-iron pulpit, was the little minister, and, as if he knew the importance of the task before him, he plumed his crest,and lifting up his voice he sang them ;a sermon which touched, his audience more closely than perhaps even the uistiop uimseit could nave done. It was a wonderful sight to see those tnree or four hundred men, some lying on the ground,-some sit ting with their arms on their knees, aud their, heads on their hands,some leaning. against trees" with'their eyes closed, so that they might the bet ter fancy themselves at home, and in the midst of English corn-fields once more; but whether sitting, standing or lying, all were, 'equally quiet and attentive and when, after an hour's -steady preaching, the lark ceased, his audience suddenly start ed off, a little low-spirited, perhaps, but on the whole happier than when tneycame. les, and doubtless in many a breast the lark's warble, had stirred .the memories of the lessons learned in the village school, or in the village church at home, and had wakened muttered longings for those "means of grace," for which they had cared so little when they were within their reach. So. the skylark preached his ser mon, and many of his congregation wished that they could have taken him away with them, to preach to them in their distant diggings day oy uay. "I say, Joe," one digger was heard to say to another "do you think Vilsted wonld sell him the bird, you Know; vu give as much sold dust for him as henveighs.and think him cheap." ifpii i i . ... . . "oeumm: not ne: ' was the in dignant answer; how would you like a fellow to come to our village at home, and make a -bid for our parson?' Home Pets. To Spoil Girls. First. Be always telling, from her earliest childhood, what a beautiful creature she is. It is a capital wav to inflate the vanity of a little girl to oe constantly exclaiming, "How pretty!'' - Second. Begin, as soon as she can toddle, to dress her out in fashiona ble clothes and rich dresses. Fond ness of dress will thus become s permanent characteristic, and will usurp the whole attention of the young gin, and be a long step to wards spoiling her. Third. Let her visit so much that she finds no happiness at home, and thereiore will not be ant to stay there and learn home duties. She will. thus grow as useless as modern fashionable parents delight their daughters shonld be. Fourth. Be ireful that her educa tion gives her a smattering or all the accomplishments, without the slightest knowledge of the things really useful in life. If her mind and time is occupied in modern ac complishments, there will be no thought of the necessity anil -virtue of being of some real use to some body. Fifth. As a consequence, keep tier in proiounu ignorance ot all the useful arts oriiousckeepinjr.imnres sing upon her mind that it is vulgar to do anything for yourself, or learn anything tbatis done in the house. .Sixth. To complete the happiness of your spoiled daughter, marry her to a bearded youth, with soft hands, who knows as little, hpiv.to eanrtnoncy as she does 'to save it. Her happiness will then be finished for life. to to ed Patience. There is a story told of a certain Chinese scholar who st tod appal led wuen, in ins ires am an year, the page ol possible knowledge and Chinese literature was unrolled be fore him. He went out of his col lege for his constitutional in de spair, meditating return to the pa ternal roof and the uncongenial task of tea-culture. During his walk he met an old woman rubbing a crow bar upon a stone. He asked her what she was doing. She replied that she had broken her only needle, and was employed in converting the crowbar, by patient friction, in to' a new one. Tsien-Chung return ed to his college a wiser and more hopeful man, and resumed the stud' .of Chinese literature, and, report says, died an eminent scholar. an is is and to Farm and Household. Farm and Household. Fall Treatment of Grass Lands Afellow-feeling,asit were.teaches us that it is inconsistent with the comfort and well-being of our live stock to permit them to go unpro pected through the winter, and ex posed to cold and frost and the rigors of the weather. But we nev er or seldom thus think of our meadows, and they in a sense are live stock, and sutler from want protection as much as cows, colts. or calves. Ontha c ontrary., a mista ken economy! tempts :iia ,ta deprive them of the natural prot&ctlori nf altermath, and generally they eaten bare and close throughout the fall months, and go into winter quarters with there tendcrest parti exposed to the killing blasts and bit ing frosts. 1 hen the roots are win ter-ldlled'orth'rowU;but,; hnd jn ;thei oiiwug,iu&uiu ui fcuu -.iiviiigu green, we see the dead sere brown, and the season gets the discredetv'Wlien is the result of mismanagement on ly or cheifly. A good coat decay wg aitermaiu would lurmsh protec tion and future nutriment as well and by all means meadows should be so managed as to secure all the aftermath, or at least large pbr tion of it, forthls purpose., loung lamus or calves may be pastured necessary, but it is a most costly economy 10 turn horses or cows on to newly-sown clover or grass or to newly-mown helds. liut consider ing that the fields are in danger becoming poached while sodden witlijrairt by pven the.llghtestjhoofs' iuwill.be found' cheariest'in ihele'ndJ to keep all stock off from the fields to be mown next season. Saving Corn-Fodder. A ton of well saved corn-fodder is worth, if well used, the price of a ton of lajij et hbw- rarely it is, well savedior wSlfjsijeulr' fix'Dosed; af rieiitr Exposed. ter husking, to all the stoims'of Oc tober, it is tardily stacked or house ed in November, and, musty and mildewed, washed and weather- beaten, it is not only the poorest lodderhut absolutely injurious to stock, to which it is thrown in the roughest and most careless way in the barn-yard. Then it is trampled down in the, -snow-and. mire, and next spring ls cursedas the greatest nuisance a iarmer nas to contend with. But let eorn-stalksr be shock ed up carefully, spread well at the uutts ot the shock, and tied closelv at ine top until the corn is husked ..-.1 .1 . . . i. . i iuii lhcu jui uuiu cuuYunieut nnn dies and again setnpiothat the rain can not penetrate- the shocks, and soon as cured be carefully stacked or put away'beneath a tight roof, and it becomes agreeable-lookin sweet smelling, nutritious fodder which will be readilj- eaten by all sorts of stock. If it is cut up with any one oi the, various, fodder-cut? tprs in trY eh rrt lonttt ho "-T-aTi cnoped up with an ax on the barn floor, wetted and sprinkled with salt and a handful of brand will-be entirSIV; consumedf and the manure pile in the snrinsr will be altogether freed from the oujectiqn- ame, unrotted, and tangled stalks, while it will be equally enriched bv tlii-ir fertilizing remains. In this way the supply of feed will be econ omized, often leaving ha' to spair ixirismuur permuting mo lumper oi iceuing stocntw oe doiibieil,Sand besides !what iaMolled a'.sb&kl to'f trouble and an fibrin eo mav Ve'tiira. ed to good made by it libyance maylje'tiirn account and money . 'A XivH t A Household Items BY MRS. F. H. R. Lamp Chimneys are most apt to cracK alter being washed. In my own experience; they are less apt loubreakiiLinoistenfil with'thp breathiand.polish'e'd witha cloCh'-or paper, and afterwards with a cham- oisskin, jvhich gives .them, a clear """""-J- Tin, Ware, If a 'housekeeper is ambitious, and prides herself, on shining tin-ware,'let her use whit ing. Wash the tin-ware clean and wipe dry, and then polish with a dry cloth and dry whiting. That artical is cheap, ,and. vgives a .new, origin iook to everything it isHised on. hot the-tea kettle and large coffee-pot (which findMts way on to our ureaKiast, table,-.though there is silver 'one in thewhouse nothing so euective. T 1 f . ... ijreaKiasi xsreadstnils. Has anv one ever tried what 1 am -pleased cail "corn muffins"? I make them with buttermilk, corn-meal a little flour, a little butter orlard. salt, and soda, and bake them in my muffin irons,. They are beautifully crisp and lisht. Thev need to be. ouiti; thick almost like "Johnnv cake ." They have a chance to bake thorouhly through in the shallow irons, and we are verv fond of them. We use canaille great deal, made in muffins (ft- "gems," in the same way, leaving out the tablespoon full of butter or lard or sour cream. A great many, in makinsr wheat- pan cakes fritters and pot-pie, use eggs. I think this is a mistake, and ej-etuscaaypininlhe-. Tlievj-arely cverafuil.'oGilieineli2hU.tholiliJl use" nothing but buttermilk or sour milk, flour, salt,and soda. and In of it csaii it. In eves, to' Ham and other Omelets. Half a pint of milk with two tea- spoonfuls of flour carefully inter mixed, and three spoonsfuls of line- powiiered cracKer, silted; add six eggs, well-beaten; butter a griddle, stir the omelet mixture well togeth er, and pour thinly and evenly enough to. cover the griddle; then immediately scatter over the sur lace of the oinleet a layer of finely minced ham; tben.fold immediately half 'of the omelet .overt on Ito the other half; then fold once more, so that it will come off the "riddle in the form-of-aitirter-of a circle four double.viFinelytshred1 onions and minced veal can be used in the same manner. This quantity will make enough lor six persons. lhat and Sole Derivation of the Carat. The wow carrat used to express the fineness .of gold, is so called from Abyssinian bcan.which.fromtlie time of itsgathern, varies very lit tle in its weight, and fortius reason used in Africa as a weight in gold, as it is in India for gems and pearls. It is, with us an imagina ry weight used to express the pro portion of gold in a civen mass of metal. Thus, if an ounce of gold divided into 24 parts or carats, then gold 20 carats fine is that in which 20 parts are pure metal, and 4 parts silver, copper or some other alloy. f in It is one thing to wish to have truth on pur side? and another wish be on the side of truth. I or ltf -F -A RAIE'HS. AT TBHIIIO ,XT; ! f THE MILLERSBUEQ AGRICUM'lfRA WORKS Arc Making JPrejiarations for, a Large andExtcnsive Trade for the Sjiring and Hummer of 18 1". WE ARE MANUFACTURING ALL KINDS OF FARMIlNrG IMPLEMENTS From thexery best materialrand-wilI-keeponstantly..onJiand a full supply of REARERS, MOWERS; "TH-R-ESHIM-r MACHINES, Hay Rakes, Plows, Plow Points, Corn Plows and Cultivators, Koad Plows and bcrapers, .barm Uells, And In fact evcry'kind of Machinery needed about a Farm. We would call articular attention to theNEH' IMPROVEMENT in the EXCELSIOR REAPER AND MO AVER, the "ECO by which a auict or slow motion is easilv obtained bv simclv movinz a lerer. ThU lever is m arranred that the chanjrc can be inati driver WHILE THE MACHINE 13 IN JIOTIOX. Another advantage in this Improvement is that the Cutter-bar can eigne incne mnertnan m any ptner mac nine qualities f n lainuiacuJisuuiuv timva iii uui aiso m x at? an 1 id j) ro vemeo j; in tne uuu&iour centric. ade bv the 1(4 elevated from six to ood liuve u There are many other improvements to this Reaper and Mower which add frreatly to its ci tt necessary to enumerate, wo invite farmers to call, and examine for themselves. We hi HAV RAKE, which we believe will mate it Miperiur to any Rate now in use. JTo Machine of Inferior Quality is Permitted to Leave the Shops. REPAIRING- AfcTD JOB WORK, Done on ShbrtWotice 'amVSatisfaction Guaranteed. w.w.wENFBEw,sec'y.: jqs. ADAMS, -President. 1 n. p. Mccormick JEW.ltLR .tLate8tiStylos i i O.N HAND. Waltham and American At Lo wPrlces. WATCH E.S fi":n o s T WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES, &C, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS , &c. All Kind of Repairing JVeatly Done. MAIN STREET, ... MILLERSBURC 1 t i This Cut Illuitnttj tha rnuuierof Using i'l VDR. PIERCE'S foHHtain Kasal Iniector.1 DOUCHE. OB .'Capr This instalment Is eroeciiHr deilpned forth perfect application of DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY. It ia the OnlTfbrmof instrument ret InTimtprt irith which flaid medicine can be carried high, up peijectiy applied to all parts or the affected na sal passages, and the chambers or cavities com mnnlcating therewith, in which sores and nkers frequently exist, and from which the catarrhal dis charge generally proceeds. The want of success trcaun? Catarrh heretofore has arisen inrceK- from the impossibility of applying remedies'to these cavities and chambers by any of the ordi nary methods. r This obstaclo in ins way of ef fecting cures is enUrely overcome by the invention the Doucbe.. Jn nslnr (Us instrument, the Flaid tarrlss tf'.SM own weight, (no twiilnj, iorctas 'or waitta .required.) np erne nostril .in;., full gently nowioatream to the highest portion of the nasal passages, passes into and thoroughlycleans- iub uiuesionciumiKn conneciea ncrewitn. andflowsoutoltheosDotitenesbiL Itsnsc Is nleas. Fall and explicit direction! ac company each instrument. When used with this instrument. Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy cures rc- cnia-.mcrs.oi ijoitt lu uie Bead" by lew appircaiiuus. Nrmntomsof Cmtjirrli. FrenniTitTipsrf. ache, discharge falling into throat, sometimes pro fuse, watery, thick mucus, pnrulent,onensive( others a dryness, dry, watery, weak or inflamed scoppmgnp oroDsirnciiouornasai passages. ringing in ears, nearness, hawking and couching dear throat, 'ulcerations, scabs from ulcers, altered, nasal , twang, ofiensivo breath, im- wairea or toot deprivation or sense or smell and dizziness, mental depression, loss of appe tite. Indigestion, enlarged lontiK licUing couch. umya icwoi mese syinpioms arclikelv to sprescnt in any case at one time. f)r. Sue's Catarrh Rempdv. Tehpn with Dr. -Pierce's.' Nasal Donche, accomnaaied. with - tho conetltutional treat which tls recornmeadedMn (the. pamphlet wraps each-Aotfla of thc-Beiriedyils a per fect meclSc-for this , loathsome disease, and the iiuncwi vucrp. Ill- nnn 1K1U1.- XAUU vWKra pleasant tonse,eontalningiiostron70tcanstle iE or imwDr. xtc uaiarrn itevsqy w sou at censs,-uoucne as eu cents,i ajr mu wr ciujct win w mail nt Proprietor,' LTJrFALO.'K.'y.r. r. v. piKBce.au SPRING & SUMMER GOODS E. NEGELSPACH, Has bought at the best time, a full line or DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS MEN AND BOY'S CJa-P3HCaOr-, HATS AND CAPS, KNIT GOODS AND YARNS, Qiieenswaro & Groceries, Which he offers for Cash and. Trade ! AT SMALL ritOFITS. Please call and examine. I flattcrmyselfthat ci??.tter W" the cheapeststock of goods ever Mlllersbnrg. alsoriar as irood anrlenfnrnrmlnn In oacl. trade, as the market will allow. E. NECELSPACH Daniel Fbench, IIosacz Keep, II. II. .MCCULLOCH. NEW MMCEJIEH ! PLAITING MILL AXD Lumber Tard ! French, Reed & McCullocli, Have completed their arraneements an.l have -t . "Pv;in im operation their. NEW PLACTGMILL! And will teep constantly on ham! every dc- triiijuu (u BUILDING MATERIAL CousUtln in part of Lumber, Timber, Battens, Siding-, Lath, Shingles, Moulding & Flooring, Surfaced & Match '.' ed Lumber; . Doors andvBiTnds. Frames. Castings & Balusters, Newell Posts, Railings, Sash, etc., otc. SfiySiirfacjng and Hatching done to order. uuuuers, iarnifrs and others in want of j.uuiui;r,r ,-iuyiiung ei-e in our linc.attlie lowest prices, give n a call. Office and Yard Wot End of Main Street, l-rench, Reedl&i McCulloch. Jliller-bnrs, O.. Fell. 8. 1SB. SOlf F. SEAL, JIAXUFACTUltEH OF BOOTS, SHOES, AND CAITEHS, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. I WOULD respectl'iilly annnunre to the imli lie that I am prepared lo 11)1 all enters to making Ladies' & Gentlemen's In the bct and most approved style. I Keep none but the Best Workmen and Warrant All my Work. Repairing Done in Superior Style. 'h REMOVAL J. C. CORBUS & GO. Would respectfnliy announce to their friends aim tiieiuuii( trnrauy, that tney nave remo.cd .their estaiillshiueut Opposite the Post Office! Where they have on hand and are constantly receiving mu Latest or Mats, Caps, Call and See their Stock, And examine their prices, and you win ue sure to Duy. Oh, See! Just.See! TiEsififOna In-New and ISeanttful Cases. Tills Celebrated Intniment combines more lierfeetion than any oilier1 KeeU lnstru uieiit in the market, leMiltlug from TLoPaleiitHarmonicAttacliihent The PatentManual Sub-Bass, The Patent Knee Swell, The Patent Organ Bellows, The Patent Vox Jubilante. The Patent Vox Iliimana Tremolo. These IninruTeineiits hrlonir DTplnsivplr in thc-ESTKY OltHAN.-Trhlcn-rnr- nvrcet, lull. i-otni'i, sympathetic and powerlul tone surpass tend for Catalogncsi - . . -T. EBERHART, Agent for Holmes and A&liland Counties. ?.imr, Carriage Trimming AXII- HARNESS MAKING. E. H. Strubbe, BERLIN. OHIO, WOUI.l) respertrnlly annonnre to tlie citi zens or Holmes and adjoining counties. Hint lie U in eimreil In ilo all work ill Ills line aim guarantee satisfaction. Harness Made to Order. lie lias the riirlit tor tills county for the 'OSS' I'ATENTruc iuil'KLE. which is su perior to all others. JdQ'Xone but the best workmen employed. E. II. STRUBUE. Berlin , O., Aug. 50, 1ST?. ltf II. R. Weirich. F. W. - F. Gasche. Nussbaum. Weirich., Gasche tSc Co., DEALK1S IN General Hardware .1 Implements ! Paints, Oils and Varnishes Sash, Glass and Doors, PLOWS, Shovel Plows & Cultivators Harvesters, Grain Cradles, The best Cratlles ever sold in this town. Scythes, Snaths, Jlal-cs, Pilch Forks a7il Handles. LLIS' TV E OEIGIXAL larjooi Horse Hay-Wi Is one of the most import ant implements for Farm ers.' Fifty-five 55 State Fair First Premiums were awurued uponthisunioad ing apparatus, daring the past three seasons. Successful at each Field Trial and Exhibition at 33 different State Aitricultu- rai societies, during tne past three seasons of 18C9, l&tuaimisti First 1'reminm in each and everv case was award- edto the Harpoon I!ore HayiForkatSAState Fairs andtPCbhaker and Gran ide was awarded First Premiums, where there were premiums upon the schedule of the Society, and additional awards of Medals were morie,and De- domas and honorable men tion by the Executive Com mittees, who deemed it their duty to facilitate par-i ties in securing the best, most practical and useful labor-saving implements. A Farmer will always save the price of thU PULLEY, ev ery eaon, from the wear o Hope. Horse Orinihal IPalmer Jay-J?orU9 Sold at LESS than manufacturer's price. Dayton Sulky Horse Hay Hakes, llevolvimf Hakes, Improvedliuekeye Orain Prills,' Improved Bnckevn Cider Mills, American Cider Mills. Always on hand, a full stock of SHELF HARDWARE Of every description. WEIRICH, CASCHE & CO. Opposite the Empire House, Main street. OSAGE ORANGE. We would res oectfullr invite the attention of mi- iuuuc iu uur P MP! We have a full Miwdr of ulants on hand. Tho?e wi-hing- to purchase plants will do well u. t eaiso iurmn pianis and to jrive tis a ca ulttvate HEDGE PENCE For the term ol three years, warranting- tlwm to grow, ami warranting a good stand fur the sum of ONE DOLLAR PEE ROD ! In three annual payments. We thank, tliepeo pie of 1 1 oIim. and Tuscarawas counties lor their large pa tion ape, ami those wishing to nave a GOOD HEDGE FENCE ! Win do well tn give u the job, as 'we areex- pericucL-1 In the Itu.-iiu'.-s of Hedge (imutng. and can make a fence in' four ears mi flic lent turn any stock, and on any sod. rartiegct- 1000 Mods or Over 20 jei Cent. Off. We havo removed from Walmitcreek to Slianoville. XuscnruMra CoM where we will be happy to attend to all orders. 5Syl. E. M. TROYER, Shanesville, O. The First National Bank MILLERSBURC, OHIO. Capital Paid h r ROBERT LONG, President. ' B. C. BROWN. Cashlor. W. M. CIBSON, Ass't. Cashier. DIJtEOTOKS: Robert Long, W. M. Gibson, O. BROWX, . 1.0DIS MlYKKS, I.CUEKKYUOLUKS. JOHN E. KOCB, JR., 1IR. JOXL I'OMKKIXE. Discounts Notes, Deceives Depos- ties, ana Transacts a General Hanking Business. sctr Ai S. LOWTHER, Jackson St, Millersburg, O. Above Maxwell's Clothing Store. ALL work entnistril In bin hands, will bo made up in the latest style, moot durable manner, and guaranteed to give entire satis, faction in ercry ease, tlive liini a trial. We are also ucene fur llm Ilnti.n KAi.'itio. lr. chine, anil keep on hand Needles, Fixtures and innings; uu by the bottle or gross. Stt A. S. LOWT1IEK. It the Over .Ml And DYEKTISING AT LOW RATES!! For S 5 O per I nch per Month, we wu insert an -advertisement in DO First Class Papers sn Ohio. List sent on appli cauon to ceo. P. HOWELL & CO., Ad vertising Agents, Park Row, N. Y. Agenti Vautocl for Cuajiberlai.sJs Orcat Campaign Hook, Trie Smuggle of '72 ; ANmeUy in Political and Popular Lite ratnre. A Granliic History of ilio lleuublicai nor tickets or side snows ofthecaninaiim. The flnot illustratcil book.pulili$heil. Abook wanted byeverj-AmenVari citizen. Tosefure terntorv at. once, senn ?I,ror ontnt. UNIttX i-ui; 1.13111. Mi lo., lto nventy-Seconil street, imcago, in. Brilliant Coloi-s and Best Black in 6 Cord Thread. J. & P. COATS' SlX-COItD IX XTAi MJ3TBERS. From No. 8 to IOO Inclusive. FOIti Hand and.Machine Sewing, caps; CiTif t To::ais. Send for IHiutrateJ Cir cular and.rrlcc List. CEXXIXRIIAM A HILL MlsnPiOTBBERS. SOtUiureh Mrcet, I'hiJ Epilepsy or Fits. A SUKECUUE forthbdistretsinsraraplaint is now made known in a Treatise (of 45octavo pares) on Foreign and 'atie Herbal prepa rations; published by Dr. O. PHELPS BROVX. The urescrintion was discovered br him in such a providential manner that he cannot cOn- acicntiousiy reiue 10 maKe it Known, us it nas cured everybody who lraa ucditfor.Fits,never naviBK laiieu m,a Mngie,cae. ine, tncretii ents may be obtained trom any druggist. A copy sent free to all applicants by mail. Ad drcsi Dr, O. Phelps Brown, 21 Grand St , Jer sey City, X. J. ' Agents Wanted for a New and BEAUTIFUL MAP OF OHIO, (jivinjf jaiiruau$, tuunucs, iuwnsitips, Lllie: and Villages. Itailroail Snrrevs. Stnlinna .c aUo, Census for Counties and Cities forlSTO;the whole handomclr colored and mounted. Lare commission to Agcuts. . A(M,C'ampnign Cliarts jieuats AC aei lor uircnar. is. . UKEttX, 2G3 Superior Street, Ceveaud. 0. Adams,- Bucher&Goodspeed, 106 and 108 Water Street,! CLEVELAND, O., Slanufacturers and Jobber of City 3Iade and Eastern BOOTS AND SHOES Aso, Agents for aJ kind of Rubber Goods' at Factory prices savins freight. Nothing like It n medicine. A iuxury to the patote, a painiess evacnant, a gcnteMm- Mauii w circiuuiiun.-a perspiratory prepa ration, an anti-lii7ioii& niPiliiSinp. ft stomnrhii ft diuretic and an Admirable genera niterativK Such are the ac knowedged and daiy proven properties of Takraxt's Ekfebvescest SELTZER APERIENT.' SOLU BY, ALL IRUCGISTSu nothing else. $1.00. REWARD Foranvcaseof Blind Bleeding, itching or Ulcerate! iues that De'Biso's Pile Uem xdy fails to aire. Jt is prepared expressly to cure the Piles and Sold by all Druggists. Price, 000 $1000 REWARD ron A ItEMElU SUPKltlOK TO WINCHESTER'S HYPO PHOSPHITES FOR , ALL FEMALE COMPLAINTS Whether in voiinc or old. mn'rriftd'orsin!rZe. at the dawn of womanhood, or that critical peri od the turn of ife. This nnsurnas-ed Hemedv everts sueh a prompt and decided inHuence,of a louio unci invigorating nature, uiai a most marked improvement is heeu and feit. It is a CERTAIN CURE, prompt and -peciHc in its action.and never known to faifduringlfi yearb exDericnce. It i- ncrlcctv iufo and reliable for All cases of feraae. in ecervfcoudition of health and station of ife. 'CIOO will be einenforan incurable case elld ior our circular. One Doil.tr per Bottle. Sold bv all Druggists. J. WINCHESTER & Co., Chemists. :jf JOHN" STREET, XewTork; IToprietors. AGEXTS Wanteil. Ayents makcinorc mon ey at work for us than at anything else. Business light and permanent. Particulars free. G STrxsos A Co., fiue Art rUiAer, Portland, Maine. tificlal equivalentof that great natural, remedy A- tvk w nnmr pi? p. coDtaininZ answers to I important unestloiw. Addi-es-t M ith stamp to J1 -"'"- r.w..., TEN REASONS WHY Xo Family xhould be vntliaut a hottUof WHITTLESEY in the house. It It will relieve the worst case of BIllOUS. bnniicorcnoiera morDusmij minutes. 2d. It ill cure the most obstinate case of Dyspepsia and Indigestion in a few 3d It is the best remedy in the world for nvuuucne, as inousanos can testily, u taken when the first sjtaptoms appear. , 4th. It is the hAr ,i;,., n, r-r the public; curing- tlwwe distressing' tromplaims," Diabetes and Crave t and other Urinary UMIIIiUltlBIt 5th. It ii a most excellent Emmena BOKU0, and to the Young Clrls. middle aged Women, and at theTurn of Life, this remedy is of incalculable value. flth. It will remove wind from the bowels, and hence a few drops in some sweetened water Riven to a babe U better than a dozencordials to Relieve and make It Sleep. Conum ineno anodyne. 5Tth. It is a sure relief for adults and i children affected with worms and pin Worms. will bring away the worms. 8th. It will cure the Piles and Hemor rhodlal diroculties 8 th. It will cure Co n at I pat I o n and Wep bowels resular. It w ill also cure the worst case ofSumme r Co mp taint and Dysentery. (Oth.-i-lt will cure Sour Stomach, stimulate the Liver to healthy action. Relieve HenrtBurn and act as a general Regulator of the system. 'when taken dilute the rfre with Sugnrand Water to a Wine-Class fu It and you havea pleasant tonio. ! ey (DysyepsLi Cure) $t.oo per bottle. y APe. Crre 50c per bottle. Pi"'; Cough Granules JSc per bottle. bold by all druggists and warranted. Whittlesey Prop. Bed. Co., Toledo. For sale by W. It. YllHOIX, Jllller-t.iir, .0 SPRING FASHIONS! B..F. HETTINGER, FASHIONABLE TAILOR, Voorhe a llud.on's store ami Tin Store. .ilaln Mrei-t, .Mlilersburs.l . work entruslcilto him will rts'else prnmiit attention and will be made up in the Ttitewt Stylo I lu tho best and mo.t durable manner. Warranted to xlro entire satisfaction. CIVE HIM A TRIAL! J. a of b to as the ox Had tuv iom -..,w-viiniwiiivDi ttm, rases tire and and pure, sud there earth bodT arid J. Druif (3-SUUI NEW FIRM NEW GOODS. W. Jacobs & 0o.f Have Just received a large stock of In (iOLD and SILVER Case. uold and Silver Charms In abundance. J large apartment of Muds, Buttons, fine Gold and silver Ring , Gold Bracelets, line gold Jewelry in sets (or In uoui i ens, Nichol and pectacle, Plated. Waje We continue to sell ELGIN & WALTHAM watches at Factory Lit prices, call and ee urstock of Goods, before purchas ing elsewhere; 25 to 100 per cent, saved by so doing. WATCHES A SPECIALTV. We do ai we wisfi toLc done br. Watches, Chronomrtaiv. Clocks. .lewelrr. Ac renairtMl on short notice. All work and goo-is war- ranteiu Look for the big Watch and Spectacle THAT'S THE PLACE. 1 W. JACOBS & Co. Notice to Teachers. THE FALL CXAMIKATIOX OF TEACU ers of Holmes County. O- will be held at School House, Room No. 7, in Mi Hers burg, on AUUUT,3Ist; SEPTEMBER, 34th and 23; OCTOBER. 12th and SGth ; -NOVEMBER, 9th and 23rd In nildition to the above, examination will tie held in "Weinsburg. September 7th; Xash- Vl lie. cettt, -jisiy .apoien, ci. imu. Tiiese c Examinations will oien at 9K clock. A.-M:, and close at 3 o'clock P.M. The clas will not Teoien fur admission of aonli- cants after 10 o'clock The Board has' done. away with .the practice or ante-iiating ccrtin cates. No one is fullr com Detent to eneaee a school till after obtaining a certiUcate from the Boanl of School Examiners. It is required by tlie terms of the school law, that everv teacher; must 1eqnauueu to teach rturograpny,ieau itttr: Writlutr. Arithmetic, lleocrauhv and Ene- lisli Crammar. and ios$esse an adequate; knowledge or lneory ana practice oi xeacn- mg. o attention will be civen to annlicants for private exammiiiiuii.' iumiuiuiikus- ui gwu moral characferT siirnetL)ty at least two respon sible persons, will be required of each candi date. These testimonials must be nlacetl in a stamped envelope, unhealed, and addressed ami pre en ted on the day of examination. Cer tificates will be of four grades, to-wit: Six Months. Twelve Month-. Eighteen Months. Twenty-four Months Certincates of Six jiontns neiug very lowgrauc anutnai ccmu catemar lie issued a second, time to the same applicant, if circumstances require. A fee of M) cents is required of every candidatcin ad vanceoi gxamiuaiiun. , By onleror the iuani, . LEWIS A. UEEBOUTi Ocrk. Aug.-50tf. 1 ITENRr HERZER. BALDWIN ITZRZZK n.&B. IIERZKR, Produce ami Commission Mercnaiits. SEALERS IN Flour, Grain and Mill Stuffs, SALT, FISH, . ... WlllXli & WATtlC LIME Ac, And Purchaser of WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS. WOOL, DRIED FRUIT, BUTTER, EGGS, &C. ' Millersburg, - - - Ohio. ' NOTARIAL. T1IK undersigned will write with neatness, accuracy and dispatch, tioeds, Mortgages, Powers or Attorney, Lions, and Wills, . Take acknowledgments of the same; Protests. Notes, Drafts aid Dills of xchange; Make out l'artial and Final Accounts for Ad ministrator, bxecutors and Uuanlians, for-tllingand settling estates in the Probate Court. iT. BXlXiXi, Notary Public, Office oyer I.ong,Irown Cos Jlauk, Millers- iuiwi,i.iiih:ixi Wiuii, PraprUtor. R. K. XcDoxat. h Ctv. DrcrU DIILLIONS Uear Test! moor to IbeU Uoqucrful Ck fa live EfleciA., They ara not a rile Fo'ncr Drink. Made o( Ioei Ram, "UTtUker. Proof Spirits nod Itcrax IIanors doctcrcO, npiced and sweetened topIe&M the taste, caUed "Ton. at, AppetlMiV "Keatorera,-tc mat leaa irte tippler on to drOnkenness and ruiiubnt art true ift?diclnviii&de from the Satire Knots ami Ifcrfae California, free from nil Alcoholic Stlmu' Innm, 17ey are tbo GREAT UhOOU PCRI FIE It ana A I.IfcE-:iVIXG PRINCIPLE, jwrrect JieooTator and InvrRorator of the Sjnteni carrjrlngolTall poLoooua matter and restoring thetlooc a healthy condition. No pemon can take the Bib terr tuxording to directions and remain lone unwely proTkiea uieir Done art not .destroyed by minenl potion or other means, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point or repair. Tory area Con it PursntlTeni wrll aao Tonic, posMssiiif;, also, the pccclLnr merit of actlnt a powerful acent In rcUerlnc Cuncrf tion or Inflair maUon of the Ltrer, and all Uie Visceral Organ. FOK.FEX ALE COMPIAINT4, Injoamra old, married or tingle, at the dawn of womanhood or tl turn of life. Uie Tonic Bitters have no cnnaL .ror innammatorr nnd Chronlo UhrMina tlaut and Com, Dyspepsia or Indiceotloo Illllone, Kriiililrut nud Intrrmltteat Fc- vers. Iilsenscs of lite Illood. Llrrr. Kid nero and Hlndder.thno lIlitcrshaTeUnmorJ mccensfuL Such Disease are canned by Vitiated mood, which t Rcncrully prodnom by dcraneement uu uiKeative Urxnn. HrKI'.siA II IC IXIHKESTIOX. H- che. Talaln tbe Shoulders, t'ouxbs, TlhtBess llnj Oheft, DIuiness. Sour rattaUoni or the Stomach, Taste In the Mouth. Bilious Attacks, ralpitatlon ol ursn,ioaammauonot the I.anx. rain la there clons oftlie KldDys,ant ahuDdred other painful sfnip are the otliprlnzs of 1tdiIjl. Tbrr iQTicorat tbe Stomach and stimulate the torpid wTer ana uowcis, which renaer them of uneaualld rfQcacr in cleaasios the blood of all lmpariUM;3rd itm paninjr new lite sua Ttror to the whole yttm FOR HKIN DISE.SES. lupttons.Tetter. Salt Rheum, Blotches. Spots, rimptes, litotes, Botls, Car. buojlet, rJnr-Wonrj. Scald Head. Sore Ejm , Krytlpe- oi mv cKip, it a mors .IM l'a the Mlln.of whktrr runt or tuitur.. sr. iicrBUT uaj; up aihl rsrnrsl out ottn srst'm In a snort brtho UMOt tlitltlttrs. Ons bottl In orb wtiicourluc ta most incredulous or tbclrcura effects. Clesoso tho Vitiated lllooj wbenervr rim Sud Its ici. porltles burstliur throuchtbs ssin In Tiror-lcs, Krup. tlonsor Sores; ctesusa it when you find it obstructed slurstah lur the relus : elesuso It when it Is foal, rur feclinss wilt tetl you when. Keep th Mood and the health of the arstern wilt follow. I'ln. Tnpe nud oilier Worms. lurkirurlathe of so many Uiousacds, are effectually destroyed remosed. Ssys a dlstbiutshed phnioloalst. is ecarcelr au IndlTitlusI upon tbe Ike ofthe whoso body Is exempt from th. prvaene. of 11 la not upon the healthy elements of til. that Worms exist, bnt noon rh. Hh.u.1 k slimy deposits Ibat breed these Urlrur monsters of disease. Pto system of Medicine, no yermlfuxfta. no Stbelmlntics will free tho system from worms lis ss. Bitters. WALKEK, Proprietor. R.n. MCDONALD d: CO, lats and Oen. Atenta. San rrmnclsco. CaWbmle, and M and M Commsrea Street, New York. BY ALU DBUUQISTS A.ND DEALISS. Pnrify yoiir Bldodi- JDTb. CBOOK'S Poke Root! "Wherever Poire Boot grows, it lias a local reputation as a Blood Purifier, and for the cure of Rheumatism. With all this local reputation, and the praise of distinguished Physicians (Dre.Coe.Lee, King, Wilson M. Hunt, Griffits, Copland and others,) who have tested its medical powers; it has been neglected by the profession at large, as much throngh a want of a proper appreciation o! its merits, as a knowledge of the proper way to prepare it for medicinal use. Dr. Oliver Croot, (a physician who deTotes his entire time to the duties of his profession has fully tested the active medicinal qualities of Poke Boot during the last 25 years, and" unhesi tatingly pronounces it to have more irERiT. for diseases depending on a depraved con dition of jheJlopdt than any and all other articles named in theIateria Medici. Un der his instructions our Chemist has com bined the active medicinal qualities of Poke Boot .with the best Tonic Preparation of Iron, and we offer this preparation to the public under the above name. DR. CROOK'S SYBUP OF POKE BOOT. Cures Scrofula, Scrofulous Tumora Scrofulous diseases of the Eyes, or Scrofula in any form. DB. CBOOK'S SYBUP OF POKE BOOT. Cares Rheumatism, Pains in Limbs, Bones, &c DB. CKOOK'S SYBUP OF.POKE BOOT. Cures all diseases depending on a depraved condition of the Blood. DB. CBOOK'S SYBUP OF .POKE BOOT. Builds up Constitutions broken down by disease, or from Mercurial or Mineral Poisons, Scald IIe.nl, Old Sores. UoiI, Ulcers. Anr Ili!ia.w ir Kroptlon or trie Skin Louc staitdliiB Uiiorders or the IJver, Syphilis in any form, or any disease entailed l.y are all speedily aadtffectually cured by Dr.Crook'sSyruppfPokeRoot DB. CBOOK'S WINE Or TAB Should be taken to strengthen and build up your system. DB. CBOOK'S WINE OF TXR Will cure your Dyspepsia or digestion. DR. CBOOK'S WINE OF TAB Will prevent Malarious Fevers, and braces up the System. DB. CBOOK'S WINE OF TAB Possesses Vegetable Ingredients which makes it the best Tonic in the market. DB. CBOOK'S WINE OF TAB . Has proved itself in thousands of cases ' capable of curing all diseases of the Tliroat and lungs. DB. CBOOK'S WINE" OF TAB Cures all Chronic Coughs, and Coughs and Colds, more effectually than any other remedy. DB. CBOOK'S WINE OF TAP. Has cured cases of Consumption pronounced incurable by physicians. DB. CKOOK'S 'WINE OF TAR Has cored so many cases of Asthma and Bronchitis it has been pronounced a specific for these complaints. DR. CROOK'S VVIXE OF TAR Removes pain in Breast, Side or Back. DB. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Should be taken for diseases of the Urinary Organs. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Cures GraTel and Kidney Diseases. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Should be taken for all Throat and Lung Ailments. DR. CKOOK'S WISE OF TAB Should be kept in ererT house, and its lilsr-eivin? Xooic properties tried by siL DB. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR lias been tested by the public) for 1Q years. DB. CBOOK'S AVISE OF TAR Kenovatea and InTigones the entire sysera. DB. CBOOK'S WISE OF TAB ' Is the very remedy for the Weak and Debilitated. DR CBOOK'S WINE OF TAB Bapidly restores exhausted strength. DB. CROOK'S AVISE OF TAB Restores the Appetite and Strengthens the Stomach. DR. CBOOK'S WINE OF TAR Causes the food to digest. reroc7inj Dyspepsia and Indigestion. DR. CBOOK'S WINE OF TAB Gives tone and enerjry to Debilitated Constitutions. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR All recoverini; from any illness will find this the best Toxic thev can take. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Is an cfiectire regulator of the liver. DR. CROOK'S WJNE OF TAR Cure Jaundice, or any Liver Complaint Dli. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Makes Delii-aie FcmiU-s, who are never feeling well, Strong and Health v. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Has restored, many persona who have been unable lo work for years. DR. CROOK'S WINK OF TAR Should be Liken ii your Stomicn is out of order. DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TAR Should be taken if yon feel weak or debilitated. Milton!. Oliio, October 11, -C9 Proprietor Dr, CrookN Wine of Tar : Tlio pooiilo nro liorfeetlv crary oror tho merits ot" J)r. Crook's Winoof Tar. Ono man has told me it was tlio best meiiiciuo ho ever saw ; another said it was curing him of a lorn; standing cough.; another that it was cur ins? his daughtorot the dyspepsia: another said ho could cat any. thing since he Iwgan taking it. llcsp'r, II. T. Shoemaker. Montpolier, Vermont, 1870; Proprietors Dr. Crook's Wine or Tar: I have used Dr. Crook's Winrs nf Tar for liver complafnt, and bo lieve.it has no equal. trio.ilERcr.