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Little Freddy and his Penny. "Mother've got a penny, may I go and spend it? asked little Freddy one day as he twirled the new, bright coin in his fingers. What do you wish to get witn it my son? asked his mother. Oh! I dont know, said he cast ing his eyes down, a stick of can dy. Ton know Freddy, said his mother, I don't like to eat candy; and there is nothing else yon can get for a penny that yon will care for at all five minutes after you set it. I do wish, my son; that your pennies did not trouble you so much. Trouble me, mother! How do they trouble me? As soon as you get one, you want to spend it. Freddy, and, as you can't do so without displeas- ing-ine or doing your self harm, I think they are more trouble than pleasure to you. ? - Oh! said Freddy,throwing him self down on the floor; and draw ing a long sigh, I don't know what to do. I'm sure I wish I could spend my money. Freddy, said his mother, did you ever think how much good your penies might do if you would only save them till you get a good many of them together, and then give them to some poor person, or buy a nice book to give to some poor child who has no books as you have? - ' 7 : . ' ' Why motherj I never thought of that, said Freddy, brightening up. I ll try to save my pennies after this, and see what good I can do with them. -. . I Freddy ran into his own little room, and dropped his penny into a small box which stood on the table. After this, he went carefully gathering up the frag ments. Whenever a penny was given him, he would put it into his box. He told his mother,one day .that the pennies didn't troub lehim any more, since he had lound what to do with them. He liked to get money and save it that he might do good with it. One day, about three months after this, Freddy came home from school in a great hurry. He ran into the house, and without stoppingjto speak to any one, rushed into his room, seized his money-box, emptied it, and was off again before his mother had time to notice what he was doing. In about half on hour he came back again, looking very bright and happy. Why, Freddy,said his mother, what does all this mean? Why did you run into the house and fly out again without stopping to speak: to mjt one? Oli mother! please excuse me. I was in such a hurry, I forgot all about it. I wanted my pennies to buy a new slate for little Sallie Brown. She fell down and broke hers just as she was coming out of the School room. You know the people she lives with don't love her,and would have whipped her if she had carried home the broken one.- So I told her not to cry, but walk slowly on, and I would get her a new one in a few minutes. I was in a such a dread ful hurry, because her mistress would scold her if she wasn't home at the usual time.. Iam so glad, mother, that I followed your advice, and saved my pen nies! I'm sure it was nicer to help poor Sallie. in her trouble tnan to have all the candy in town. Freddy remembered his moth er's good advice in after life. He kept on gatehring u p the fragment and so often had it in his power to do good to others in a way that made him feel truly happy. A Little Hero. The Royal Humane Society of England; has just sent its medal together with a suitable incrip tion, to Alfred Ingham, eleven years ago, who was recently in strumental in saying the life of another boy named Helhwell, wno lell into the canal at Sow- erby-bridge, Yorkshire, the wa ter being ten feet deep. Helli well was playing with some oth er boys on the canal bank, when he accidentally fell into the wa ter. The cries of his companions who were paralysed with fear, and made no effort to save him. brought Ingham to the spot, but by tins time Meliiwell had disap peared. Nothing daunted,Ingh am immediately threw off his clothes and plunged into the water at the spot where he was told the lad had sunk. After several times, he at length caught the inani mate boy round the neck, and brought mm to the-snrface, when by the assistance of others, he was got on to the bank. The boy InghamJiowever, to have not on ly learnt how to swim,but to have acquired an excellent knowledge of the mode of treating persons apparently drowned, for on get ting Helliwell on the bank he placed him on his stomach, and. by gently rolling him from side to side, caused him to vomit a large quantity of water he had im bibed, and gradually restored him to life. When he was suffici ently restored Ingham assisted him home, upon which the moth er of the boy who had so narrow an escape wished to reward Ing ham with all the money she had, dui inis ine brave little fellow re fused to accept. Men and women have come to think, somehow, that Christian calmness finds ite test hour only when some great affliction crush down. J There never was a more gad mistake. Christian calmness has met opportunity for excerise daily and hourly. It is the lit tle trials that test it most. Grief knits two hearts in closer bonds then happiness ever can; and common suffering is a far stronger link pan common joy. When God's fail of adversity is upon us; we should not be like the ehalf which flies into the face of the thresher,but like the preci ous grain which lies at his feet. Farm and Household. Setting out Trees by the Roadside. The growth of timber to take the place of our rapidly disap pearing forests, has led farmers in some sections to set out trees. While it may not be convenient or desirable for all to adopt this plan, every one can set trees by the roadside along his own land. There are many advantages to be derived from them, wmch can be seen at once to more than pay for the trouble. They beautify the premises,and give abetter ap pearance to the landscape. And if the trees are maple, which is oneofthe besLand mosteasilyrais ed, when growing they will fur nish a large yield of maple su gar. If butternut or walnut, the nuts are in a measure, a compen sation for the labor of setting them out. There is to be in the future such a demand for wood that it will not answer to cut down and not replace in some way. In Baden, and in other German States, as well as in some of the countries of Fran ce,the law obliges a person to plant a tree in the place of every one cut dowa. In this waynilea of rows of shade trees line the roads jnak ing pleasant shaded walks through all the towns and vil lages. It is a fact not generally known, that trees increase their wood-making capacity in about the ratio,as the square ol the num ber of years indicate their age. The third year they make nine times, the fifth year twenty-five tiraes,and the tenth year one hun dred times the amount of wood they make the first year. The tree grows more rapidly as it gets older, and we cannot afford to cut them down until they get their growth. Some towns in this section have already formed associations for beautifying their towns by planning parks and setting out trees by the roadside. If this is not done, individuals can, with but little trouble. and without ex pense, procure trees and set out in front of their own lands, and stimulate their neighbors to do the same, so as to make a uniform and continuous line of shade trees along the roadside. New Eng- i rr . lana Jiomesieaa. Shade as a Fertilizer. a correspondent oi tne vino Farmer gives the true solutionis to shade acts as a fertilizer, in the following sensible remarks: lhat shade is a fertilizer is fact which has long been noticed and much has been written to ex plain it. A few words will be sufficient for that purpose. Shade operates simply by preserving the ammonia which is in the soil and which is continually furnished by rain and snow water; and also by manures, and which is rapid ly driven off from a naked surface of the soil; by a scorching sun. lo preservethe ammonia the skill ful farmer plows his manure short ly after it is spread upon the soil; and spread his manures upon his meadows late in the Fall, or in the winter,or early in the Spring, so that the ammonia may be wash edout of it into the soil, thus preventing its evaporation by the sun. Ammonia is either food or a condiment for most plants, and is necessary to their growth. It has been ascertained by repeated experiments in England that the largest crops of wheat can be rais ed by imparting to the soil an ex tra quanity of ammonia, either by directly spreading salts of am monia or by guano. Hence the greatest fertility of the soil will be more urely preserved by an alteration of crops rather , than naked fallow,from which a scorch ing sun drives off the ammonia rapidly. We should ever bear in mind the eloquent words of an English writer, that mighty na ture renews her strenght; not by indolent repose, but in alterations in energy. One Thing at a Time. The National Live Slock Jour nal notes that the history of stock husbandry in Europe and in this country satisfactorily proves that lew men succeed in any marked degree as breeders of more than one race of domestic animals, or of more than one variety of a sin gle race. A Farmer rell situat ed to do so may attain a certain measure ot success in raising and selling horses, cattle, hogs, sheep and poultry his operations with more than one class of stock. The mixture svstem of husband ry in this contry have little force when appbed to live stock hus bandry alone. The practice of mixed husbandry so oiten advis ed consists simply in growing some gram,some vegetables,some fruits, some grasses, and some stock the proportions and var ieties of each to be determined from year to year by the surround ing circumstances and the pro spective markets. For the gen eral larmer this is unqestionably the salest and the best, but it is not the system which gives cele brity or forture to the Bakewells, the Collings, the Bateses, the Booths, the Hammonds, and oth ers now now living. "One thing at a time as a leading specialty, and that always," seems to be a good law for the breeder who geeks distinction. . - The Denver 'yews characterizes as false the dispatches from Wash ington to certain leading papers, in reference to the opposition to the reappointment of.McCook as Governor of Colorado, and charges' that a more unanimous feeling against any man's re-appointment never existed, and that there is a stench about his administration of affairs which can no longer be con cealed. A Georgia Judge married a runa way couple from Alabama the other day, and at the conclusion of the ceremony the groom whispered: "Judge. be as light as you can; I haven't much money and am far from home." F'ARICERS. ATTENTION ! THE MILLERSBURG AGRICULTURAL WORKS Are Making Preparations " ALL KINDS From the very best REAPERS, MOWERS, THRESHING MACHINES, Hay Rakes, Plows,' Plow Points, Corn Plows and Cultivators ' Road Plows and Scrapers, Farm Bells, And in fact W- wnnMull nartlcnlar attention to the bT which a quick or slow motion is eaftily obtained bv simply moving a lever. This lever is o arranged that the change can be made by the driver WHILE THE MACHIN E 18 IX MOTION. Another advantage in this improvement is that the Cntter-bar can Be elevated Orom six to eight inches higher than in anv other machine. There are many other improvements to this Reaper and Mower which add greatly o its pood qnalitieft as a combined Maetiine which it is aot necessarv to enumerate. We invite farmers to call and examine for themselves. We nave also made an improvement in the HUB of our HAY SAKE, which we believe will make it superior to any Kate now in use. . 2Ta Math ine of Inferior Quality is Permitted to Leave the Shops REPAIRING- AND JOB WORK, Done on Short Notice and Satisfaction Guaranteed. w. w. Renfrew, secy. JOS. ADAMS, President. for a Large and Extensive bummer of lsix. WE ABE MANUFACTURING OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS, material, and will keep constantly on hand a full supply of every land of Machinery needed about SEW IMPROVEJffENT in the EXCELSIOR Trade for the Spring and a Farm. 5 REAPER AND MOWER, the "PMNintrlA. ft Mta' aa' a 'aw i : n. "p. Mccormick, . . DIALER IJT 1 Latest St,.e.ls Ion hand: WITCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SPECTACLES, &C I SILVER & PLATED WVTtE, I , MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c. All Kind of Repairing Neatly Done. MAIN STREET, -" - . - MILLERSBURC. THE ELGIN O m mm mmi f Waltham and American WATCHES At LowPrices.f I o I I I I I This Cut Illustrates ths manner of Using j I i X3Ti.. PIERCE'S .! Fountain Nasal Injector, p on DOUCHE. Thft fnptnnnent Is eppeciaDy designed for tbfi perfect application of OR SACE'S CATARRH REMEDY. It is the onlv form of instrument vet invented with which fluid medicine can be carried high vp and perfecUy applied to all parte of the affected na tal pa-MLjrea, and the chamber or cavities com municating therewith, in which tores and ulcere frequently exist, and from which the catarrhs! dis charge generally proceeds. The want of success in treating Catarrh heretofore has arisen larger from the impossibility of applying remedies to tnese cavities ana cnamoers uy any oi tne oroi narv methods. This obstacle in the wav of ef. fee ting cures is entirely overcome by the invention of the Douche. In nsin? this instrument, the Fluid is carries' by Ms m weight, (ne- Muffina, forcing or tMmpma betas required.) np one nostnl in a foil gently flowing stream to the highest portion of the uaal passages, passes into and thoroughly cleans es!! the tubes and chambers connected therewith, md flows sut of the opposite nostril, Jtsnse is pleas ant, ana so simple mat a cnua can nnaerstanu it. Fall and explicit directions ac- comnanv each instrument When used with this instrument. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures re cent attacks oi "fjoia in. ine ncsa " oy a few applications. Symptoms of Catarrh. Freqncnt head ache, discharge falling into throat, sometimes pro fuse, watery, thick mucus, pnroient,oflensive, Ac In others a dryness, dry, watery, weak or inflamed eves . stopping up or obstruction of nasal passages, ringing in ears, deamese, hawking and couching to clear throat, ulcerations, scabs from nicer. Voice altered, nasal twang, offensive breath, im paired or total deprivation of sense of smell and taste, dizziness, mental depression, loss of appe tite, indigestion, enlarged toiils. tlcklinjr coush, c Only a few of these symptoms arc iikelv to be present in any case at one time. Or. Saare's Catarrh Remedy, when ued with Dr. Pierce's Nasal Douche, tnd accompanied with the constitutional treat ment which is recommended in the pamphlet lost wraps each bottle of the Remedy, Is a per iect specific for this loathsome ditcase. and the onmrietor offers, in pood faith. s&OO reward for a case be can not cure. The Remedy is mild and pleasant to use, con tain ing no tron:;orcaustie dmgs or poisons. The Catarrh Remedy is sold at qu cents, xmucne mi ou cents, oy ail Draft arlsts, or either will be mailed by proprietor on receipt of 0 cents. R. V. PIERCE, JDUDw. Sole Proprietor, BUFFALO, N. Y. Hurrah I Hurrali 1 1 HEW TOO DS! cash! CAsmi cashiu THE FUH OF , . JOHN SPENCER & SONS, Paint Valley, Ohio, Will, on and after the 1st day of October. sell goods exclusively for the ready pay. By so doing, we are enabled to sell from 6 to 90 per cent, let than on the old system of long credit. We keen a fulllineof s-ooriuch as is usual ly kept in a flrst-clau county St to re. Such as Dry Goods, Groceries, hardware, tjueensware, .Boots fc hoes, Mats & Caps, Ready Made Clothing,forMen & Boys. We demonstrate practically. We will sell A fcujrar for 18 cts. per pound, and other irrades proportionally low. l sra wiub Drown mumiu iur uj ine UUIW All wool dress flannels for 40c per yard. Fine flannel shirting in abundance. A fine assortment of Shoulder and double Shawls. Good Kip Boots tor sa. Womens Calf Shoes lor $1.76. And other things low accordingly. Come one a.ud all and be convinced that it oavs to bu v vour coods from those that sell ex clusively for Cash. ah ainus or rrounoe taaen in exenangv lor roods at the hihet Cash urices. We will pay Cash for all kinks of Produce except Gram. Apples A Potatoes. no rcHx:i.iimy solicit m prooti Rnircn me public pat ronage in the future as in the past. IfJllD M'bflLlLK m oust. Paint Valley, Oct. t.'Tt A Dak i kl French, Hosacr Bud, II. H. McCtrLLOCn. NEW ARRANGEMENT ! PLAHIUG MILL Lumber Tard! French, Reed & McCulloch, Have completed their arrangements and have now m lull operation, iiiuir 1TEW PLANING MILL I And will keep constantly on hand every de scription of BUILDING MATERIAL Consisting in part of Lumber, Timber, Battens, Siding, Lath, Shingles, Moulding a Flooring, Surfaced & Match ed Lumber, Doors and Blinds, Frames. Castings & Balusters, Newell Posts, Railings, Sash, etc., etc, f8urfacipg and Hatching dona to order on uon noucc Builders, Farmers and others in want of juumocr, er anyiiiiog eic m uur hug, at tut; lowest prices, give as a caii. Office and Yard West End of Main Street, near the Bridge. . . . ' French, Reed & McCulloch. Millersuurz. O.. Feb. & 1S72. . 2(!tf F. SEAL, MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS, SHOES, AND- GAITERS, mHjLersbtjrg, ohio. IAVOULD respectfully announce to the pnb lie that I am prepared to till all orders for tnal.ing Ladies' & Gentlemen's J UUU1JU U .1X1 X XJXLMjt In the best and most approved style. I IKeep none but the Best Workmen and Warrant All my Work. Repairing Done in Superior Style. Slf TP. SUiLIj. Oh, Sec ! Just,See! In New and Beautiful Cases. rTIHTS Celebrated Instrument combines more 1 perfection than any other Reed Instru ment iu uh; luaTKei, resulting irom ThePatent Harmonic Attachment TheJPatent Manual Sub-Bass, ThejPatentKnee Swell, The Patent Organ Bellows, The Patent Vox Jubilante, The Patent Vox Humana Tremolo Tbee Improvements belong exclusively to we UKdAn, which jor sweet, iuii, round, sympathetic and powerful tone surpass an outers. Send for Catalogues- J. KBEIIIIART, Slireve, O., Agent for Holmes and Ashland Counties. Carriage Trimming i AND ' HARNESS MAKING. E. H. Strubbe, BERLIN, OHIO, TTTOTJLD resoectfullv announce to the clti l V zens of Holmes and adjoining counties that he is prepared to do alt work in his line and guarantee satisfaction. Harness Made to Order lie has the right tor this county for the n3' f a itM i tti iiiilik, wnicn is su- uerior to ail omens. Aone pui ine uesi vorimen employ ea. E. H. STRUBBE. Berlin , 0., Aug. SO, 188.. ltf EXXBT HEUKC BALBWm HIBZKB H. & B. HERZER, . Produce and ConimitMion Merchants, DEALERS IM Flour, Grain and Mill Stuffs, SALT, FISH, WHITE WATER LIME fte And Purchaser of WHEAT, RYE, COK.X, UAia, WOOL, PRIED FRUIT, BUTTER, EOGS. C Millersburg, Ohio, .IMITATION HAIR GOODS. SWITCHES, HAIR ROLLS, Chignons, JSraids, Jbc. LATEST STYLES ! Very cnE AP for CASH at the BOOK STORE. Ladiea Call and See Them. New Goods And New Styles. DAILY RECEIVING ! Call ami see them before buying elsewhere. Millers burg, Nov. 7 -nut 2. Claim Agency ! 3 OT.HEST IX TUB STATE. B. F. BROWN & CO., 116 SraithflcM Street. Pittsburgh, l'enna. Collect Tensions. Ilnnntr. Prize Monev. do. Sueciul attention paid to suspended and reject ed claims. Applications by mail attended to as it wade in person. l&uia ITS , KIT trr TttrOra Furniture, Furniture, At SPEAK & SONS, At SPEAR & SOXS, West Liberty Street, V V SK C , . THEY BATE THE Laipst, Best aM CI vt FarnirnrAMtahlishment In this section of the State. Their stock i in endless vaxietv, and It trill ia all in nd ofFvmitur to call Ufore Manufacture All Their Own furniture, And WARRAXT every piece Their assort ment is comoleta. from the commonest to the very finest, furniture made to order, if de sired. AU tbev fk nt a trial, feeling confident of gimg eni ire satisiaction. If yon want anything in the Furniture line, you can get it at reasMiaiwe ngures ac spear a SONS, tf WOOSTER, O. i All nitvlea of AHBEIGAN WATCHES Can be bought CHKAPEE ot . A.m B. FBEY every day. than of ant one who publishes to sell at Factory list prices. 11 you want a do'as others are doing;, prove the truth of this assertion ny trying, x ou buouiu ee u IT W St ock! Generally. It i the bent ever shown in Millers burg. You can't fail to observe the place, for Shrimplin's Boots & Shoes are scattered all round the door justeast of the place where you want to bay Watches and Jewelry ! Which for style and beauty are not a whit be- ninuxjony v anien s uett. Boots, Shoes, ASD LEATHEE. HERE WE COME. XTew Goods, AT A. Shrimplin's Boot and Shoe Store. FILL M UKTER STOCK ON HAND, 'And at Prices to suit Ev ery One. We take pleasure In saying to our customers mat we nave in. Finest Stock or IN THIS PLACE, And can suit you In prices and quality. Men's, Bog's and Youth's Hoots, IN ABUNDANCE. Women's, Misses' and Cliil- dreu's Shoes d? (Jraiters, That will not be undersold. Come and see before purchasing. 200 Sides Prime Sole Leather, Cheap. 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Canvassing Books free to working agents. J uiiv?s cigicr a. oici-unn, imia- deiphia, ra.: Cincinnati, u.; bt. aouis, juo. dpringneoi, juass. or cuiuago, iu. BRIGGS & BROTHER'S ILLUSTRATED FLORAL WORE! For January, 1873, now out. Issued as a quar terly. The Vour numbers sent to any address, by mail, for 25 cents. The richest and most in structive illustrated and descriptive xiorai Guide ever published. Those of our natrons who ordered Seeds last year and were credited with 25 cents, will receive the four Quarterlies for lfaTS. Those who order Seeds this vear will be credited with a subscription for 1874. The January number contains nearly 400 engrav ings, two superb colored plates, suitable for framing, and also tinted plates of our gorgeous Floral Chromos. Information relative to Hew ers, Vegetables, ftc, and their cultivation, and all such matter as was formerly found in our Annual Catalogues. You will miss it if you order Seeds before seeing Briggs ft Brother's Quarterly. We challenge comparison on qual ity of Seed and prices and sizes of packages. OurCalendar Advance Sheet andPrice List for 1873, sent free. Address, BKIGGS ft BROTHER, Seedsmen and Florists, Rochester, N. V fs unequalled by any known remedy. It will eradicate, exterpatc and thoroughly destroy all poisonous substances in the Blood and will ef fectually depel all predisposition to billious derangement. Is there want of action in your Liver or Spleen? unlets relieved at once; tiie blod becomes impure by deleterioussecretiow, pro ducing scrofulous or skin diseases, blotches, Have vou a Dyspeptic Stomach ! Unless digestion is promptly aided the sys tem is debilitated witn loss ot vital lorce, pov erty of the blood, dropsical tendency, general weakness or wiiiurie. Have you Weakness of the Jrrtes- tina f lou are in dancer of Chronic Diar rhea or the dreadful Inflammation of the Bow els. Have you weakness of the Uterine or Unirary Organs ! Vou are exposed to suffering in the mst ag gravated form. Are vou dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish or uepressea in spirits, wim ntwiarnc, ihkkkuc, coated tongue and bad tasting mouth. For a certain remedy for all of these disaases weaknesses and troubles: forcleant-inir and pu rifying the vitiated blood and imparting vigor tn all tti virai iinM utr mi Mannar tin ma re- Storing the weakened constitution l or. Jurubeba which is pronounced bv the lcadine- medical authorities of London and Paris 'The most pow erful tonic and alterative known to tue meui rl world ' This Is no new and nn tried discov ery but has been long nscd the leading phy sicians of other eouutries with wonderful re medial result!. Don't weaken and Impair the digestive or gans by cathartics and physics, they give only lemnorarv relief indiireation. flatulency, and dyspepsia with piles and kindred dise asas are sure to lot tow ineir use. Keep the blood pare and heal in is assured. JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St, Xew York, toie agent lor tne unuea imes. Price One Dollar per Bottle. Send for Circular 6 CHROMOS "cmoiHHiscinsr mocod hobhiko.- "SfHlA-d FLOWERS." -SUMMKt iXOWEltS. " AWAKJC tt-i ASLLEr," A k with um tTLrmr wickklv wtritv ruara-i . MMM Al HUHl IVaHNMMNl,!! 9-0S A1U mm IM AlH-rr;" UMWkll uIUr. eriWi fkinilihMl AT OMCK AGENTS, -H.W.AUAMSi C. I. BEEGLE, Plain A Ornamental P L A S T E II E It. Work warranted. All .nun promptly ex- erutrtl. Or.lcr. lo lie left at J. ill l. ANfc'S .lore. lotf SmlliiiBf iBtoieli! NEW STORE, jVEW goods, NEW FIRM, AND New Prices. S, Tidball & Son, Am ww Anpnin. nnA nf tha larffefit and flnest stock of goods ever before shown in lM.ifuairiE.L.1'. Their stock sontists of STAPLE A FAJCT DEY GOODS, KOTIONS, READY-MADE CLOTHIXG, Mats C Caps, . Boots & Shoes, Mardware . Queens ware. Groceries, &e.9 .... .... i . a all of which will be sold low, for CASK or PKODUce. Don't fail to call and, see our foods and prices before purchasing. WANTED. 100,000 lis. of Wool I... ..... i - i. TtT.nnMFrFT.i. O . for which the highest price in cash will be paid. S. TIDBALL & SON. CLAEKS P. O, Jane S, 18T. Stf TEN REASONS WHY A' Family should he without m Mile 0 WHITTLESEY i the house. 1st. It wifl relieve the worst case of Bilious Ohnliat Ohnlarn Mrtrhul in 15 miDUlCS. 2dIt will care the most obstinsue case of Dyspepsia and Indigestion maiew 3. ri It k th KKt rnnnlv in the world lor Sick Headache, as thousands can testify, if taken when the hnu symptoms appear. 4th. It is the best diuretic ever put e'ore Diaoetes and uravei ana omcr wnnarf difneuities. Sth If 9 mrvLt o-rr-llnf W ftl m It 8 gogue, and to the Vou n ft ClrlS. middle aged Women, and at the Turn of Life, uw remedy ts ot uicalctilahle vawe. - - eth. It will remove wind from the bowels, and hence a few drops in sone sweetened water trivin to a tm.ihr i in-f tfr than a doren cordials to Relieve and make It Sleep. Contain ing no anodyne 7th. It k a sure relief for adults and children affected with Worms and Pin Worms It will bring away the worms. 8th it will cure the Piles and Hemof rhodial difficulties. th. It will cure CO n St 1 pat Ion and keep the bowels resulr. It wUI also cure tne worn case of Summer Complaint and Dysentery I Oth. -It will cure Sour Stomach, Stimulate the Liver to realthy action. Relieve Ho nrt-Burn and act as a general Regulator .f the system. When t-.lt m ilil-.r the Hrwe with fiUSarBria Water ma Win e-C lass full and yoa have apleasant ton ic. Whittlesey (Dyyepsia Cure) $r.oo per bottle: Whittlesey Ague Cure 50c. per bottle. Whittlesey Count. Granules 15c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists and warranted . r) hlUlesey Pros. Mas. Ce Teleds, For sale by W. O. YERGIN, Millersbnrg, .O That Pale. Telloir. SlcUr-Ioottaff SHa is changed to one of freahuess and Health. Those Ulaenaeit of tbo sjklst. PtmpIcA Pusaalee, Bltebea and Krnptlon are removed. Serofnla, Scroiwlooa IMiipMee of the Eyes, White Swelling-, I'leer. Old Sorea or any kind of Humor rapidly dwindle and disappear under its influence. In fact it will do you more good, and cure you more speedily than any and all other preparation, combined. Whit if it! It is na ture's own restorer 1 A soluble oxvd of iron combined with tbe medicinal properties of Poke Koot divested of all diaagreeable quali ties It will cure any Cbratle or Long flfttMBdinar Ptmaw whose real or direct cause is bad blood. KbewwiSstlsns. Paine In Limbsor Bones, Cea&tllaUoas bra- ken dowa Dy Mercurial or otner poisons, are ail cured by It. For Sy phllif, or Syphl- line mini, uiere m ouaUiUK equiu it it. (rtnl will prove la. AhH FOR IR. (iUrOK S coipeirill nTaiLt W DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TIB! Tea) Tears of s nubile feat has proved Dr.Croofc v ueefTar to have more SMii, than any similar prapareUoaeverofiered to In nnblla. It la rich In tba medldnal qualities of jar. ana aneqnaiea iot dlaoawn of the ThrwU Jt I. aa performing the moss remarkablecarea. It .nhi. n.ii .nil riiM.fc. 4 aaatoMa. It has cored so V, many caaes of Astbsna aassTBraiirhitls, that It baa been pronounced1 a apeeino lor tnese com. plaints. For Pains 1 ha Brcaat, Side or Back, Cram or snjaswv J. .K--ST-J. ry Oramna, aaiaMllee, or any Liver Complaint It has no ea u&L It in alaa . antsssrior Tonic. . Bcotorca (a Appetite, Hircnnnm ssw ssmn, Beatoraa Use Weak ausd neaiiltatesl. Can. 1 lb. Food to nicest. KesaioTaa IWasMpala aassl IsHilarw rrevc.1, J.ni. wu. ...vn. Oirea tone toy.ar Byateiu. 15yl $1,D0D REWARD Por anvcae ot Blind. Bleeding, itcning or icerateo; rues mat Bino's Pile rex kdt fa Is to cure. It is prepared expressly to cure the Piles and nothing else. Sold by all Jmggita Price, $1010. Look this Way For lis Ful Practical Tailor, TS in receipt of the latest New Tork and Philntlpt'uhia Fashions for (.tents and Buvs. Is aso reiareil to get up work in the motap- proveu scyies. ALL WORK WARRANTED TO FIT. He la stilt A rent for the weft known Improved Singer Machine. Needles and Oil on hand. ' Rooms, in Commercial Block, three doors went of Mul ane't Store. SStuosa, A.. WAIT. FARM FOR SALE. fai HIE iindersifrned, as exetMitorof the last will and testament of ROBhKT MAX- til,l- deceased, offers for sale a FARM OP 170 ACRES. situated In Berlin township. Holmes county, Ohio, about S miles east of ftiiller.hurir.on tbe nad leatling from Millenbura to Berlin. IB acre umler cultivation, and the balance, 15 acriM, tlmlwr land. Tiiuler jjikhI, and in quan- iiurpiMteh and convenient to market, loal hs Irei'n tountl mnm different Dart of the Dremi. es, but never mlntMl to anv extent. lusession ean be Riven April 1st, ItftS. t or rurtner iniormation, call on tne under Irneil. at the Inwofllceof Msxwell ft lis till, or at Maxwell A Brother's tlothina Store. Mill ersburg, Ohio, JOHDT. M II ELL Kvctar of Roieiit Maxwell leceael. K,W. 1st! I 1 WANTED AF&fW SlAHBUfiRiHYDE, ll JU PUBLISHERS. 'OffYSj J AGENTS WAXTED FOR THE FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSIC. 800 PaesoO Engravings . ...ni;.TMu nf Vnlical Hnmhn rs of the past and prdsent ItTentilates Qnacks, rnics Verniers. Soter female Cheats. Fortune Tellers ana meaiams, uu ..... is accounts of Noted Physicians and Narratives ot their lives. It reveals startling secrets and instructs all how to avoid the ills which flesh is heir to. e give exclusive wmwr; liberal commissions. For circulars and terras address the publishers. J. B. BUKS t HYDE Hartford, Coniu, or Chicago, IIU AGENTS WANTED FOE THE Great Industries Of the United States. 13Q0 Mires and GUtt engravings, printed in Fntrtkh Ami German. Written bv 20 eminent authors, including John It. Gongh, Hon. Leo a Case. dward Howland, Iiev. . Kdwia Hall, fniMip IVipiev, fliucr. umuouc, uuitv uict. lev. F. B. Perkins, Ae. Irhiawork is a complete histoTT of all bran ches of industry, processes of manufacture, Ac 1& all ages. It 19 acump'trieeucji-iupcuiaui arts and manufactures, and is the most en ter -taining and valuable work of information on subjects of general interest ever offered to the public It is adapted to the wants of tbe mer chant, manufacturer, fiirmer, mechanic, stu dent and inventor, and sells to both eld and young of all classe. Tbe book is sold by ajrents wno are maisiiiK mrgv mr in sii ai ib im 1110 countrv. It is offered at the low price of $3,60, and is the cheapest book ever sold by subscrip tion. No family should be without a copy. We want ageute in every town in the United States, and no agent can fail to do well witn this book. Our terms are liberal. We give our agents the exclusive right of territory One of our agents sold 138 copies in eight days, an other sold 868 in two week. Oar agent in Hartford sold 397 in one week. Specimens of the work sent to agents on receipt of stamp. -For circulars aad terms to agents addreaa the publishers. J. B. BCKR fc HYDE, Hart ford, Conn . or Chicago, 111. WE HATE IS PRESS A NEW BOOK - :) - By a well known and popular author, on a en tirely new subject. The book will be profuse Iv illustrated and handsomely bound, and will sell readily to all classes. Agents wishing to ..AAmw t.Atiftr Chi-sallil Itirilv Mt liliM.- J. B. BURR & HYDE. Publisher. Hartford, Conn-, Chicago, Cincinnati, O. Ayer's Cathartic iPflls, For tbe relief' and cure of all derangementa in the stxifnaeh, hv-1 er, and bowels.'. They are a mild aperient, and an excel lent purga tive, iseing pure ly vegetable, they contain no mer cury or mineral whatever Much aeriens sickness and suffering is prevented by their timely use; and every family should have them on hand for their protection and relief, when required. Long experience baa , proved them to be tbe safest, surest, and ' best of all the Fill with which) the market abounds. By their occasional use, tbe blood is purined, tbe corruptions of the system ex -pelled, obstructions removed, and the whole . machinery of life restored to its healthy activ- ity. Internal organs which become clogged., and sluggish are cleansed by AVer's Pills, and su inula ted mto action. Thus mcipient disease is changed into health, tbe value of which change, when reckoned on tbe vast multitudes who enjoy it, can hardly be com puted. Their sugar-coating makes them pleasant to take, and preserves their virtues unimpaired for any length of time, so that they are ever fresh, and perfectly reliable. Although searching, they are mild, and oper ate without disturbance to the couatitution or diet tvr ftrcn nation. Full directions are given on the wrapper to each box, how to use them as a Family Physic, " and for the following complaints, which these Iiils rapidly cure: For DyapeMia or ladf geaeian, KIs- ileaaneaa, Jaaaraar. and Lea af Asps Cite, they should be taken moderately to stimulate the stouiach, and restore its healthy tone and action. For l.lver Caasplalnt and its various symptoms, Biltaaa Ueadacha, aick Htnsdack, Jaaadice or (rreea alck neaa, BiUou Calic and nsiliaa kre vers, they should be judiciously taken for eacn case, to correct uie uiseasea acuon, or remove ine oostrucuons wnicn eanse u. For Dyaentery or Diannoea, but one mild dose is geiierallv required. For RneaaiatiMaa, raat, tSri-aveL, Palpitation mf th Hrart, Pain In Ue aid, Bacl., and Ialaa, they should . be continuously taken, as required, to change the djseased action of the system. With anoh change those complaints disappear- For Drepar and Droanical Swell taawe they sbouJd be taken in large and fre quent doses to produce the effect of a drastie purge. For Snpnrenaam, s large dose should be taken, as it produces tbe desired effect by sympatbv. As a IMnnrr Pill, take one or two Pills to promote digestion, and relieve the stomach. An occasional dose stimulates the stoatecB; and bowel, restore the appetite, and in vigor, ates the system. Hence it is often advanta geous where no serious derangement exists. One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a dose of these Pills makes bin Jeei decid edly better, from their cleansing and reno vating effect on the digestive apparatus, RRfaairTi RT Dr. J. C. ATES Jt CO, Practical C&eoista, LOWELL, MASS., V, S. JU WOU SALS BT ALL DRUGGISTS EVXJtrWHEKS. HALL'S TESETtSLE SICIUJtl IIAIIt Every year increases the popa larity of this valuable Hair Prep aration, which is due to merit alone. . We can assure our old patrons that it is kept folly np to its high standard ; and it is the on ly reliable and perfected prepara tion for restoring Gray ob Faded Haib to its youthful color, making it soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp, by its use, becomes white and clean. It removes all eruptions and dandruff and, by its tonic proper ties, prevents the hair from falling out, as it stimulates and nourishes ' the hair-glands; By its use, the hair grows thicker and stronger. In baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, ana will create new growth, except in extreme old age. It is the most economical- Hair-Dressing ever used, as it requires fewer applica tions, and gives the hair a splendid, glossy appearance. A. A. Hayes, SLDt State Assayer of Alassachu. setts, says, "The" constituents, are pure, and carefully selected for ex cellent quality ; and I consider it the Best Preparation for its intended purposes." Price On Dollar. Buckingham's Dye. FOB THE WHISKERS. As our Senewer in many eases requires too long a time, and too mnch care, to restore gray or faded Whiskers, we have prepared this dye, in one preparation, which will quickly and eflectnally accomplish this result. It is easily applied, and nroduces a color which will neither rub nor wash off. Sold by all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents. Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO, NASHUA. N.H. FURNITURE.- LEMON &; WEISE The old and well known trm of Lemon and Weiso offittsburgtk, Vtu, manufacturer of CaMFifiitaJMrs, Have Removed to No. H Fourth Avenue. Opposite tbelr Old Stand, Where they eoutinue the business in all Its uranrnes. l.tiaa Tbe ohlefit sndrnot reliable Institution for ob taining a Mercantile Kitueation. 'rat'iirai on sines men as mtrnrtors. Kor information, write lor a ritrular.to SeuiuS P. IH I F Jt SONS, PitUburtch. Pa.