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Holmes County Republican
LOCALS. MlLLEHSBCBG, Feb. 6, 1873. Notice to Subscribers. Subscribers can always tell bow their ub cription account stands, hv tookiha; at the nanres aner uicir iinn on mo auuresa laoei pasted on the margin of the paper. Those Dg u res show the exact d&te to which sabscription bu been paid. Thera may possibly be some in un uswi. ii so our suuscnuers will please let as know what tbev are. Change in Mail Time. On and after Friday, November, 1st. the mail going North will close at 10:43 A. x. AU letters for that mail must be in by that time. Mail going South will close at 3 p. m. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. Accident. Tbos. F. Tonng, of Monroe township had his lee broken the other by his horse falling on him. He was, at the time of the accident, a half mile from any boose, but managed to crawl to the nearest one. Dr. Hague of Nashville set the limb, and the patient is getting along as well as coald be expected. Please Don't Look at This. Mr. Welry Jacobs says he has now on hand a most beautiful lot Ot Jewelry, as all pronounce it to be who have seen it. We can't tell yon here what all be has, but refer yon to hit store add his new advertisement of same in another column. Weather Reports. We see it stated that weather reports are to be sent to all post-offices reached by daily mails, and displayed in frames at the offices for the benefit of the agri cultural community, as they have been for the instruction of the shipping in terest. Before long the farmer will regnlate his plowing, sowing and har vesting by the weather bulletins, as shipmasters now do their departure from port. Tell People Where You Live. Yon have to tell people where you live. Some men think that advertising will not pay them because they are es tablished and known. If tbey will put themselves on a corner of a street where the people are passing for an hour, they will be able to determine bow few know tbem. It is vanity to think that we are known by everybody, when if we tried the experiment we should fiud that half the people didn't know us, or where we live or what we do, till we tell them. Correct. An exchange "gives fits" to that class of people who are eternally crying out for patronage to home Industry, and who when they wish to see the pews about town, borrow the paper from their more liberal neighbor. We agree with the exchange, that such men are humbugs, and deserve very little pat ronage. The man who can afford to smoke two or three cigars per day, but can't afford to take a newspaper, hardly deserves success in business. Counterfeits. There are now in circulation two sets of counterfeit five dollar United States notes. The first of these bogus green backs is poorly engraved on tolerably good paper, and purports to be Xo. 0, 813. The statue of "America," on the left hand side of the note, is faintly and badly executed, as is also the medal ion portrait in the lower right hand corner. The line engraving on the back is in distinct, and the curved lines weak and wavering. The second counterfeit is badly printed on wretched paper, is numbered 31,720, and the engraving is exceedingly coarse and scratchy. Prof. Jeffers' Lecture. The first of a course of five lectures will be delivered in Town Hall, on Fri day evening of this week by Prof. Jef fers of Wooster University. His sub ject is "Egypt and her Pyramids." All who have heard Mr. Jefters will be de lighted to hear him again. His lecture will be full of interest, and very enter taining The proceeds are to go to aid in rebuilding the Presbyterian church. Let there be a good turnout. The ad mission fee is so small that every one can attend the full course. Five lec tures for one dollar. Fast Sawing. -We understand that some very fast sawinrwas done the other day, on H. H. Miller & Co's, new Steam Saw Mill. They sawed eleven hundred and forty seven feet per hour for four 'hours and a half all inch boards. Mr. Miller does not claim that this is the best they can do, but says if anybody has beaten this let them speak up. Their Mill is a C. & O. Cooper Mill with all the late im provements. Mr. Miller does not hesi tate to pronounce the Cooper Mill far ahead of all others, and would Bay to those that contemplate buying a Mill to examine the Cooper Mill before buying any other as they place all others far back In the shade. The Cooper En gines are distinguished lor their com pactness, simplicity, great strength and power, and for their durability. The Alleghanians. This world renowned troupe of Vo calists and Swiss Bell Ringers gave one of their pleasing entertainments in .Town Hall on Saturday evening last. The Hall was packed full, and the audi ence were presented with a rich pro gramme, consistingof Qnartetts, Duetts, Songs, both comic anil sentimental ; to gether with Bell pieces, all of which were well rendered. Their great spe cialty is Quartctts, in which they excel The long practice and training which they have had, have acquiredthat blend ing of voices and tone, that renders vo " cal music so effective and pleasing to the ear. Their voices are well cultiva ted, which renders their music, melodi ous, pure, tender, and sympathetic. Xo troupe has met with such warm recep tion, nor given such general satisfac tion to our music loving people for a long time, as the Alleghanians have done. We are glad to know that they purpose glying us another call about the middle of March. The Howe Is the most reliable Sewing Machine in the market.. This fact is obvious when we know that all other machines have tried to imitate its construction. Ladies you must look to your own interests and in doing no you will examine the Howe before purchasing elsewhere. Call and see the machines or send for one of its agents.- Letters sent to the agent at ' will be promptly attended Millersburg to Jons E. Davis, 24wS Agent Holmes Co., O. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Xotice is hereby given that the firm f E. Herzer & 'o. has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All per knowing themselves to be iiulelitwl to said firm are requested to call on Herzer who is authorized to make all all bills. collections E. HERZER. Feb. 3rd, 73w 3 G. W. AS1ITOX. Shadow pictures at Hall's Gallery. 18tf Kew style pictures at Hall's gallery. 18tf ROLL OF HONOR. The following is the lis! of those who were never absent nor tardy once dur ing the school month which began Jan uary 6th and ended January 31st. An asterisk attached shows that scholar to have received one hundred percent in his recitations during the month : HIGH SCHOOL. Ella Craig. Alice Everhart, Lettie C'roker, James Calhoun, James McDowell, W. W. Adams, Ella Patterson,1 Emma Sharpe, Rose Harper, E. J. Lewis, Sarah Day, Clara Everhart, Elgin McMurry;1 Anna L hi, A. P. Happcr, D.F.Inglas Xannie Wait, Dora Lisle, Effie Folwell Clayton Caskey, J. E. Everett, OUie Ahlborn W. W. Farrah, Emma Carnahan. GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Ella Glick, Thomas Frazer, ' Magzie Brown, Stephen Anderson, W. H. Xezelspach, Cora Sowers, Fannie Walkup, Stephen Lisle, Fannie Ingles, Edward Franks, Gilbert Anderson, A. M. Van Even, Malinda Orr, Wm. Larimer. INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. Anna Day, Jennie Vorwerk, Lucy Hoffman, Harry Smith, Howard Barton, Lucy Beegle, Zora Brown, Xora Reed. Mary Biuheson, Harry Raiff, Edward Beegle, Hattie Cook, Xellie Farrah. Louisa Baird, Larimer Shrimplin. THIRD PRIMARY. Ida Fair, John Barton, John Maxwell, Lucy Kimnierer, Herby Caskey, Willie Xewton, Louisa Leppla, Elzie Cary, Andrew Teislier, Fannie Orr, Theodore Heinig, Sarah Hamm, Willie Bell, Alvah Miller, Charlie Weitman, Bennie Albertson, Elmar Laylander, Melvin Wolgamot, Eddie Brown, Maggie Cor bo rand Thomas Hollinger, John Albertson. SECOND PRIMARY. Mellie Carnaham, Aaron Stuber, Sammie Smith, Bazil Maxwell, L Cherryholmes, Howard Happer, Otta Xegelspacb, Ella Day, Fred. Beegle, Lizzie Hecker, Fred. Cameron, John Wolgamot, Mary Kimmerer, John Carnahan, Russel Woliramot, Eva Xunemacber, Willie Cary. FIRST PRIMARY. Hallie Caskey, Bessie Mayers, Shan nie Day, Ottawa Hose, Willie Leppla, Hugh Emerson, Minnie Emerson, Martha Ross, Charlie Henderson, Will Lowther, lizzie LfOwtner, jxtutsaysnatzel, Fred. Shattuck. The following received one hundred per cent, but were not always present : H. W. Cary. Rose Harper, Almon Anderson, Albert Skelley. CHAS. LOUIS LOOS, Supt. Demand for Dwelling Houses. As the first of April draws near the demand for dwelling houses becomes greater every year. Xotwithstanding the fact that more buildings have been put up during the past summer than for some years previous, the demand for houses this spring is as great if not greater than ever before. This is a good indication, and one that should be bead ed by our citizens who have lots and lands iu and around town standing va cant. Let such persons go to work im mediately and put up buildings that will make comfortable dwellings without being too expensive, and they will get a good return for their money thus in vested. Small, cosy residences always command more ready sale, and that, too at an advance of the original cost. Asa general thing rents are too high tor the size of our town. The majority of renters are mechanics and men of mod erate means. They are a class who create a demand for capital to aid labor, and when that demand becomes appar ent, as it now is, we think that our cap italists should not hesitate to answer that demand. Cheap rents in the end are really the most profitable. January, 1878. Thermometer and Barometer obser vations, for the month of January, 1873, at 7 A. M. Ther. Bar. Wind. Remarks. 22deg. 29.2 S.E. Dense haze. 36 " 28.9 S. 8 iu. snow; rain. -18 28.8 W. Rain ceased. 20 29.1 W. Clear. - 30 28.8 X.W.I in. snow. - 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 22 29.1 W. Rain and snow. . 22 29 2 S.W. Hazy. 30 28.9 S.W. Cloudy. 8 28.9 S.W. Clear. 2" 29. S. W.Clear. 3 29.3 S.W. Cloudy. : 18 29.2 S. Hazy. - 42 29.1 S. Hazy aud cloudy. 32 29.1 X. " 1" " 29.1 S. " " 54 2S.9 S. Cloudy. 18 29. X.W. " 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 11 29. X.W. " . 7 23.9 S.W, 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 20 2S.9 S. . 2'm.snow in night H " 28.6 . 3 1 n .snow; raining 2 - za. s. (Jiouciy. 24 29. X.E. Snowing. 27 28.7 W. llinnow.snow'g i a - zw. tv. -spitting snow.' 14 29. E. ' Hazy. 20 2S.9X.W. 2C. 28. 3" 29. S.E. 29.-28 29 W. 3 des.at Klend hi. - za. o. viear. 31. 2 29.2 S.E. Clear. Average temperature 18.9 degrees. Average height of barometer 29 in. Go Straight On. Go straight on, and don't mind your enemies. If they get in your way, walk round them regardless of their spite. A celebrated character, who was sur rounded by enemies, used to remark: "They are sparks which, if you do not blow, will go out of themselves." "Live down prejudice," was the Iron Duke's motto. Let this be your feeling while endeavoring to live down the scandal of those who are bitter against you. If you stop to dispute, you do but as they desire, and open the way for more abuse. Let the poor fellow talk there will be a reaction if you do but perform your duty; and hundreds who were once alienated from you will flock to you, and acknowledge their error. An Explosion. The editor of the Xoble county Re- publican has been treasuring np these many years, as a precious relic, an old shell from one of the battle fields on the Rapuahaunock. On one of the re cent cold days a roaring fire was kept up in the office stove, aim the sliei: was put on top of a refractory lid to keep it to Its place. It of course became heated and an explosion occurred, casting dire consternation anions the employees, but fortunately no one was hurt. They are not likely to use shells for that pur pose again. Millersburg Gazette. We are indebted to Mr. J. B. Bell for a copy of the Millersburg ffoftCte, dated April 23, 1831, one year older than that mentioned in the Farmer some weeks ago. it is Xo. 33 ' of the third volume, It is a five column paper, about four- fifth of the contents being reading mat ter and the rest advertisements. The pner is a little more than one-fourth the size of the Republican, and was published weekly at two dollars a year if paid half yearly in advance, if not, two dollars and fifty cents. Advertise ments were inserted at the rate of one dollar pr squire for the three first In sertions, and twenty-five cents for every Kiihsequent insertion. The politics were strangely Democratic. If you desire rosy cheeks and a com plexion fair and free from Pimples, Blotches and Eruptions, purify your blood bv taking Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It has no equal for tins purpose. 496, IN TOWN AND OUT. Unredeemable bonds vagabonds. Hall the people's Photographer, tf J. P. Larimer is doing a fine trade. Court adjourned on Monday until Friday. - The Empress of Prussia will not sit for a photograph. Go to A. B. Frey's for your Jewel- Wednesday morning was as bright as a spring morning. Matchless misery having a cigar andnothing to light it. Chairs should not be covered with silk, but sat-in. A quilting party is now styled a piece jubilee. A man conducts himself abroad as he has been taught at home. Get your sale bills printed at this office. We do them cheap. India Ink pictures at Hall's Gal lery. - 18tf It is said that old age has made Mary's little lamb as white as snow. Learning hath gained most by those books by which the printers have lost. Letter postage it is now proposed to reduce to two cents per ounce. Cameo pictures at Hall's Gallery. 18tf We are ready to forgive our debtors, as our debtors express a willingness to forgive us. , Mosquitos don't disturb the gentle slumbers of any "beautiful dreamer," these evenings. For an intellectual treat go and bear Prof. Jefiera, Friday evening, at Town Hall, Bergh is of the opinion that the boot jacK snouta ne pauuea witn cotton De- tore it is used to bounce the boys. A Missouri young man, who seems to know no fear, advertises for a moth er-in-law. . ; i ; Have you fonnd your business dull since the holidays? Apply the best remeay to it advertise. The snow left us on Monday as sud denly as Ifcame. The waters are very high now. Attention is called to the report on the Commissioners' Report on the outside of this week's issue. It required a man to have steady nerves and sure footinc to walk on out streets uonuay ana l uesoay. . , , , , The Minstrel troupe did not put in an appearance according to announce ment. ' Rev. A. S. Milbolland preached a very good sermon Sabbath morning from the text: "Make this valley full of ditches," 2 Kings, 3 :16. The stockholders of the C. ML V. C. K. B. will bold theirannual meet ing at their office in Mt. Vernon, Feb. 18th. Those who have experienced the late fearful cold snap may congratulate themselves that artificial cold may be produced 91 degrees below zero. A Milwaukee lady had several hun dred dollars worth of point lace clipped off her clothing, by an adroit thief, wniie she was at church. A young man who was crossed in love, attempted suicide recently, by ta- Kinga aose oi yeast powder, lie im mediately rose above his troubles. " ' Western women are grumbling ter ribly because the managers of agricul tural fairs dont give at least a year's notice when they offer prizes for the finest babies. " It seems to me that Mrs. C's. hair was nearly gray a year ago." ,:Yes, nearly." "But now it is perfectly black." "Ah, yes: you know she lost her hnsband since then." . At the Poultry Show which has lust closed in Cleveland one of the exhibi tors sold one fowl for $150. At that rate what would a first-class cow be worth ? The latest whim of fashion is in flated rubber bustles. It takes a young husband with weak lungs half an hour to blow his wife up to a fashionable ro tundity. Lima has a Spiritualistic paper. Its list of "foreign correspondents" em braces the names of G. Washington, w eoster, A. Lincoln, and other dis tinguished persons. We would again say to our corres pondents, what we have already said many times, tnat we cannot puDllso for love or money, articles of a personal character. Please bear this in mind. A girl in Mt. Vernon froze her nose while looking out of the window to see a young couple across the street perform some courting. She has got enough of poking Her nose into other people s busi ness. Stokes is related to Mrs. Dix. This is undoubtedly bad for Stokes, as Gov ernor Dix would rather sacrifice all his wife's relatives than lay himself open to the charge of nepotism. Louis Xapoleon is stated to have been very devout the last two or three years of bis life, and to have attended mass every baonath and noir day wito scrupulous care. Before his death he made confession and received absolution. A colored woman seed 107 years has just died near 'Louisville who, on her death-bed, confessed that she never knew Washington, nor nursed any of the distinguished men ot ancient tunes. She deserves a statue in black marble. A romDinr fonr-vear-old bov had been denied tome trifline r ratification by his mother, but it did not seem to triflinr to him as to her. So. strikinsr an attitude before ber, he said, with the ut most gravity, "Mother, were you ever a Doyi" The individual who is eternally run ning down his own town.onsrht to move to some locality better suited to his fan cy. These croakers are a great n uisance, and the sooner they move away irom a place, tne Better on are its citizens. It was Daniel who said "Many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased." He clearly referred tore porters in this remark, and this suggests the idea that Daniel was In that line himself; it is certain at all events that he was allowed to pass in free to see the lions. Mary's little lamb has now got it, and this is the way : aiarr bm a little lamo. She asked a man so shoot ft. And when he went to kill the lamb It had the epizootic The Zanesville Timet and the Mt. Vernon Banner print the names of per sons who have refused to pay their sub scriptions after taking and reading the paper one, two and three years. A man who will defraud the printer will bear watching, and the community ought to know bun. The epitaphs of Dakota papers are most pathetic. Jim Barrett had been shoveling snow, from which he caught bad cold, which turned into fever, The fever settled Jim s mundane anairs and a local paper says most aftectinirly in his obituary, " He won't have to shovel snow iu the country he has gone to." Who that has seen a dangerous dis ease arrested by an able physician or a good medicine but values both?. Be it your family physician to whom you owe so many escapes .from aches and ails, or Dr. Ayer's inimitable remedies; his Sarsanariiia that renewed your vitality or Cherry Pectoral that cured a painful cough, or his Ague Cure that expelled the freezing ague ami burning fever from your blood. Who that has been relieved by any of these agencies Dut reels grateful for them all Jiangor lima. It is said the President lias ilecid ed to appoint a commission to visit the Modoc8, hear their side of th story, and after conference with the Oregon authorities, make a treaty which will be satisfactory to all con cerned, aud put a stop to further bloodshed. This is certainly com mendable, if it is a little late. The "Grand march of Russia" to ward Afghanistan is not a favorite air in England. It is altogether too serious, and may necessitate the prduction of an English "(Juick step." Best Whistler in Town. J. M. Appleton is said to be the best whistler in town. We can't vouch for the truth of this, but we can say that the firm of Courtney & Appleton can take as good photographs as any we have ever seen. We speak of what we know wheu we say this. Their work gives the very best satisfaction. Every style of work is done at their gallery, just below the bank of J. & G. Adams. Their rooms are handsomely fitted up. We ask our readers to call and see them. Again We Greet Ton. A. Shriinplin is offering his stock ot Boots and Shoes at greatly reduced prices to get ready for spring trade. Look out for bargains again. Come and see me. . I also kindly ask those who are in debted to me to please call and settle np, as it is money we are in need of at present. A. Shbimplis. 4w Proclamation! To tie People ofBolmet Count): Having given every Jewelry Store in the county a thorough trial, we must say that for fair dealing, low prices, and a fine assortment of goods, there are none like unto W. Jacobs, Main st Millersburg, O. SMITH, BROWN, JONES AND OTHERS. Nothing to Do. "Nothing to do," sighs the idle one and folds his, hands, half weary of life. Is tfiere really any one who has nothing to do? who has no mission to fulfill? It is plain enough that there are many who do nothing, but the question is can they find nothing to do? - The world is wide enough to furnish employment for each heart and hand. True, we are not all fitted to fill equally important posi tions. We are not all gifted with ten talents, but, if we have only one we are required to give an account of the use we made of that one. ' We are not all compelled to earn our livelihood by the sweat of our brow, but if exempted from manual labor, need we therefore be idle, worthless, living only for ourselves? Cannot the wealthy use their wealth to nobler, bet ter purposes, titan merely for their own benefit and pleasure? He wastes bis wealth, who uses lt,nly for the grati fication of his own selfish desires. He wastes hi life, who spends it in accu mulating houses and lands, and neg lects 'to do those deeds of charity and love, which bring imperishable riches. He will find work enough to do in the hovels of the wretched. ' He can bring smiles to sad faces, and lighten heavy hearts ; and the memory of such acts will be dearer to him than AU.hia gold en store. You who are poor, who lead a life of toil, think not that yon cait do nothing for the friendless aud bereaved. Sym pathy, love and kindness, are often worth more than gifts of gold. Hum ble though your sphere be, you need not be inactive and negligent in good works. ' . -- :. " Nothing to do," says the christian He can not be a minister or missionary, be is ouly a humble member, and has no influence. There are many chris tians who think so. Oh! if you do nothing else but live a righteous life, that will be a reproof to the ungodly, and a comfort to christians. You need not go to China or Japan for a mission ary field; you cau fiud one at home. Yon can warn the wicked, remonstrate with the erring, exhort the faltering. Say not there is nothing for you to do. Rouse yourselves from your dreami ness to action, and be strong workers in the vineyard of the Lord, that you may not be found idle. Go out in the world with a firm, faithful heart, and ask God to be your guide and guard, and you will find work enough for hands and heart. Sit not down and mourn that you are not better gifted or wealthier, but improve what you have. Hide not your one talent in the earth, but im prove it with the tame diligence you would five or ten. Be faithful with the little, and your bumble efforts will not go nnrewartled. Remember what the poet says: j i Thonfh yon oaanot in the harvest, Garner up the richest sheaves; Many a grain both ripe ami golden. Will the careless reapers leave. You can go among the briers. Growing rank against the wall; And, it inav be. that their shadow U i.les the heaviost wheat of alL" I If you want to buy a good pair of pants and vest, at .ft, go to. Isaac Marx. loll Hall the people's Photographer, tf I ' - : i Zell'a Illustrated Monthly. '- --- Zell's Magazine for February opens witn an interesting- sketch of Dutch Life and Man ners; next comes Tareme A King of the Kitchen'; the continuation of 'An Evening in Paris with Sir WalterSeott' and the article on Popular 6eaiogy are given. The illustration are good, the reading matter entertaining and instructive important features in a magazine. Ellwood Zell, Philadelphia, Pa. Locke's Monthly- ..This excellent magazine, tor February, contains ane of die best stories ever written by Mr. D. R. l-Oi ke, a first-rate story by Edgar f ancett, and other stories of special interest humorous sketch by John Thompson ; sketcber. essays, poems, &c. The National Monthly hi't taken his place firmly in our literature, and has been received with almost unprecedented favor by the people. SI per annum. Locke A Jones, Xoledo, O,: i ': Phrenological Journal. For February conies out as rresn ana vig orous as a crisp, season aim',, ami in all re spects salutary stock of reading matter can make a magazine. Opening its leaves, we tnd a number of ai tides each one worth more than the price of the number, as a year, 30c ts. a number. 8. E. Wells, S3 Broadway, s. Y. Youns Folks Rural. ror January, is at nana, zne pnuiicanuo is intended expressly for young people, and is a niche that has long been empty. It is the nest paper foryongeople extant- The sub scription prfce is St 50. II. X. P. Lewis, Chi cago, Illinois. The Calaxy. The ualaxy contains tour cnapters ot lie Forest's striking tale, The Wetherell Affair, another Installment of Custer's 'Life on the Plaint,' and two chapters of Mrs. Edwards.' story, which promises to be good. Junius Hen ri Browne, who is very prolific on the subject of woman; tells tn a new way what has been told before about 'Women as Companions. 'Drift Wood' contains some good tilings and the nebulous persons make some vt observa tions. $4 a year. Sheldon & Co New York. Ballou's Monthly. We are giad to welcome the February numlier of Ballou's Magazine, for it is one of our favorites, always bringing pleasure and comfort through its well-stocked pages, which interest and amuse. It makes the children happy, it makes the Indies ef the household happy, and removes some of the burdens of life, at least for a time. There is always such a variety in the Magazine, that all tastes must be suited. Jtit only (I .Ma year, and a pretty little Chromo thrown in, or 15 cents a single nnmbcr. Thomcs A Talbot, Boston, Mass. Western Rural. Notw ithstamling the office of the West ern Rural was entirely consumed by the great fire in Chicago, and the publisher's home met the same fate, a new office was soon fitted np, and the paper issued with lis accustomed reg ularity. 1 he Rural has completed a new vol ume since that eventful period In Chicago's history, and has obliterated every vestige of the calamity, its well-filled pages of useful and entertaining matter for the Turin and fire side giving no trace of the fiery onleal through which it passed. Though mainly devoted to Agriculture and Horticulture, the Western Rural has special depai ruients for every thing pertaining to household affairs, ami also for e'toicc literature. The Western Itural is an eight-page weekly, printed on clear type and fine paper. It is pub lished at ti-50 per year tt in clubs, or the Western Rural and Young Folks' Rural for fa H. N. F. Lewi, Publisher, Chicago, 111. Centaur Liniment. There is no pain which theCentanr Liniment will not relieve, no swelling it will not subdue and no lameness which it will not cure. This strong language, but it is true. Where the part is not gone, its effects are marvelous. It has produced more cares at rheumatism,neuralgia. lock-jaw, palsy, sprains, swellings, caked- breasts, scalds, barns, salt rhnem, ear-ache, Ac, upon the human frame, and of strains, spavin, galls, Ac, npon animals in one year than have all other pretended remedies since the world began. It is a counter-irritant, an all-healing pain reliever. Cripples throw away their crutches, the lame walk, poisonons bites are rendered harmless and the wounded are healed without a scar. It is no humbug. The ecipe is publishod around each bottle. It is selling as no article ever before sold,and it sells because it does just what it pretends to do. Those who now suffer from rheumatism, pain or swelling, deserve to suffer if they will not use Centaur Liniment. More than 1000 certifi cates of remarkable cares. Including frozen limbs, chronic rheumatism, gout, running tu mors, Ac, have been received. We will send a circular containing certificates, the recipe, Ac, gratis, to aav one requesting it. One bot tle of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment is worth one hundred dollars for spavined or sweenied horses and moles, or tor screw-worm in sheep. Stock owners this Liniment is worth your attention. Ko family shonld be without Centaur Liniment J. B. Rosa A Co., Sew York. Castoria is more than a substitute fer Cas tor Oil. It is the oaly safe article in existence which is certain to assimilate the food, regu late the bowels, cure wind colic and produce natural sleep. It contains neither minerals, morphine or alcohol, and is pleasant to take. Children seed not cry and mothers may rest What Sextt Weston t Frazer are selling Ohio test Carbon Oil at 40 cts per gallon. 22w3 ' " Stationery. are paper, en- vplnrea- Ae. nlain or faiicv. we would state, that we have a good assortment on bands, and are fitting up the room back of the Post Office, where samples of our stock can be seen. The best brands of Cap, Legal Cap, Fools Cap. Note Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads' Note and Letter Paper, always on hands Envelopes of all stvles and colors. Our paper and envelopes are of the -best quality, and will be sold at the very lowest Azures. Persons wishing to have their cards printed on their envelopes. or letter neaoi1. 'an nave it uone at lit tle expense. Please remember that all kinds or stationery can De nau at wholesale or retail. ' i ' - Forty Cents , Will buy one gallon of best Carbon Oil at Weston & Fraier's cheap grocery. 22W3 . , Reward of Merit The following strong certificate as to the curative virtues of Miss Sawyer's Salve, we clip from the Patten Voice: "We are happy to lav before our readers the following cure, effected by the use of Miss Sawyer's Salve. Mr. Silas Bryant of Sherman, has been afflicted for years with what the doctors pronounced teroulout cancer. He consulted the most skillful physi cians in vain, and was finally induced to try Miss Sawyer's Salve and now af ter using the fourth box, he is entirely cured, and enjoys perfect health, tf "American." Look to your interest. If you want a Sewing Machine go to the Messrs. Hull's new room, nearly opposite the Post Of fice, and get a good one, one that is easy to operate and easy to run. The cheap est and best machine in the world nev er out of order, and is universally liked wherever known, and one that will last a lifetime. 4tf Settle Up. All persons knowing themselves in debted by book account to the lato firm of Wholf, Uhler & Co., are respectfully requested to call and settle the same by cash or note with the undersigned. uhler & Mcdowell. Jan. 7, 1873. 21 w4. - groceries. From 6 to 15 percent off on Groceries at Weston & Frazer's, opposite Post Offlce. 22w3 Wholf Millhouse. Mrs. Wholf and Miss Abbe Millhouse havinz purchased the Millinery and Fancy store of Mrs. Hoxworth & Wol gamot, announce that they have just re ceived a large stock of goods, and are able to supply their customers with the best of everything in that line of busi ness. i i llyi " Six Splendid Chromes for Every Subscriber. Arrangements have been made by which we can offer a year's subscription to the New York Christian at Work and Eclectic Weekly, with their six magnificent Chromos: "Good ..Morning," Carlo in Mischief," "Spring Flowers," "Summer Flowers,"1 and1 "Asleep and' Awake," together with our own jour nal.for f4,50. As the Chromos alone are worth from $10,00 to $13,00, and as the New York publication is every way first-class, it presents an unusual opportunity to our subscribers. The Chromos are made by Prang and other celebrated artists, and will oe forwarded promptly by mail prepaid, .j j --...-.'O.. i bdouiu any oi our sunscnuers aesrre only the two first uamed Chromos, they will be sent with the two publications for $j,io. Remit to the publishers of this paper. Groceries. From 6 to 15 per cent off on Grocer ies, at Weston A Frazer's, opposite Post Office. 22w3 Attention! Premiums!! We have just received a ftw eopies'W 'Great Industries of the United States,' a splendid volume of over 1,300 pages, fully Illustrated, which we are prepared to offer as premiums for subscribers. Any person sending the names of six new subscribers to the Republic ax with twelve dollars will receive a copy of this magnificent work. Now is the time to go to work. It is no trouble to get subscribers, as the Republican introduces Itself wherever it goes. . - - v- '- - We will send the book to any of our subscribers teAo are not in arrears for the low price of $3.25, and to any one sending us $5.25 we will send the work. and credit them with a year's subscrip tion to the Republican on our books. We will send the work alone for $3.50. Address, White & Cunningham, Millersburg, Ohio. The purest and sweetest cod liver Oil is Hazard & Caswell's made on the sea shore, from fresh, selected livers, by Caswell, Hazard & Co-, New York.. It is absolutely vure anu sweet, ratients wno nave once taken preier it roomers. Physicians have decided it superior to any of the other oils in market. ' 16mo3 Chapped hands, face, rough skin, pimples, riuz worm, salt-rheuin, and other cutaneous aftections cured, and the skin made soft ami smooth, by using the Juniper Tar Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co., New York. Be certain to get the Jumper I ar son p, as there are many worthless imitations made with common tar. 10mo3. New Bag Carpet for Sale. The Ladies of the Presbyterian church have 28 yards of new Kag Car pet for sale. It can he purchased by calling on the Ladies of the Society. Crayon pictures at Hall's Gallery, All kind of pictures at Hall's gal lery, isjiutr Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery, IStf We furnish Knvelops with a Busi ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap the blank envelopes cau be purchased elsewhere. The Western Rural. To any one paying us $.1,50, we will send the "Western Rural," the popular aud excellent rural and laiuily weekly of the west, for one rear, and credit one year's subscription paid to our own pa per. The "Western Rural," alone, $2,50 per year, and every family In west ought to have it. Millersburg Market. Feb. 6, 1873 FT.OUR, bM. Retail, . WHEAT, White V. bush 1VHEAT, Kcd. blish, CORN, per bush (new) BYE, " - -BAUI-EY," - - -OATS, new, bash. CLOVER SEKD, 1 bnsh TIMOTHY SEED, -FLAX SEED, WHITE BEAXS, POTATOES, HAY, ton, EGOS, V dot, HI ri'KH. (in roll) W lb. ISSOaSOO l,6Sal.lv 1,00 60 50 Si S 00 8 00aS.36 - 1 50 I 76 60 - - 15 00 25 it - M CHEESE, " HAMS, SHOULDERS. lb - - S c TALLOW, 7 4 DRIED APPLES, f. IK, DRIED PEACHES. lb- 15 1'AltKD PEACHES, " RAGS, W lb. FEATHERS. IK. 8 f . S 00 t 50(04 UU 4 5J SALT. $bbL retail, - WOOD, per cord, DRESSED HOGS, Cleveland Money Market. CLEVELAND, Feb. 5, 1873. The following are the elosins: rates of Specie ana uoverninent securities in tnis maraet: Btirinr. Selling tioiu lis Silver-Jarre 108 Silver small 106 Sixes of 18S1, coupons 117'i 114 .110 109 115 115 115 115 Five-Twenties (19ns) conpons US' Five-Twenties flrtH) con pons 112 Five-Twenties"l(B5) coupons His Five-Twenties (lftS' eoupon114), Five-Twenties (lHK7)couponsll.a! Five-Twenties (ltKHi couuons 115 115 110 117 U5 Ten-Forties ex. in. coupons 114V Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, Feb. 5, 1873. FLOUR White JJCconntrj brands, 9,50 Red XX A Amber 1.50(210.0 Red X, Buckwheat Rv 6.75W7J0 (SJ0at,H 5. snail., WHEAT So. 1 Red 1,75 1.70 No. CORX Shelled 46c 43c SSc T5o Ears, on track OATS No. 1 State RYE No. a ....... BARLEY FORK Xo.1 Mesa-...-.-'........ 10.00 No. S aless M.UI He LARD City rendered, in kegs, Count it rendered SMOKED HEATS Hams 7c 14c iMioulders Breakfast Bacon Dried Beef 8c lie 18c 5.U0 DRESSED HOGS Extra nice BUTTER Choice roll S4oasr I4.'i(gil6 34c CHEESE Prime EGGS Fresh POTATOES 65 Ml 1,75-45,50 From ear APPLES-Green, per bbl Dried, per lb SEE DS-C1over seed S.5U . SJU Tiinoth Seed S .VLT-Onondajo and Saginaw, floe, CLEVELAND, Feb. 5, 1873. Pittsburg Market. PITTSBURG, Feb. 5, 1873. Amber 1.75al.8& ' Red Winter .. l,65al.7U 4ba50 CORS-In ear OATS 40a44e 86c 85aWc RYE BARLEY FLOUR White Wheat .. 7,50a 8,00 .1 . . " Red Wheat. ..j "-''-Rve.. 5.50 CoatWc SSaSOc 7c 35c . S0,00aS5.00 75a80c .. - ISalSK 17c 8al0c 14al5c 7ia75c .. SJ,a3S; CORS MEA'L per bu BUTTER Fresh Roll LARD EGGS HAY person POTATOES CHEESE HAMS Surar Cured SHOULDERS BACON FEATHERS RAGS New York Market. New York Market. NEW YORK, Feb. 5, 1873. COTTON Middlings 3,vc luilK-- western ao,iai,40 Ohio 7.45a.50 WHEAT-Spring 1,65 Ken amoer i.sai.w BAUL.1S.X-- SoaMS OATS 53a51c 8a8xc 10al5 MiUHc 810.e 114.15 S4a35c 11(0)14 $8XC 5Hc 7(!lc LARD- BUTTER CORN BEEF w POltK EGGS CHEESE. SHEEP HOGS BEEVES Railway Time Tables. Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R. TRAINS GOING WEST. No. 1 No. 7 No. 5 No. S Fast Ex. Pac Ex. Mull. Night Ex. Pittsburg, Rochester Alliance. 1.15S. . 9.101.11. 7.10A.M. i.aor.M. a.52 10.45 ' 8.40 " J.40 5.15 ' B.51 1 l.aOF.a.11.45 " o.zo " 3.1Tr.M. 1.45 T.U. 7.0 " Orrville, wooster, 7.17 1 8.55 ' 3.34 " X.1T 7.34 uansneld, 6.00 " 4.44 " .ll " 11.40 " S.50 '' Crestline! aro.ao 6.40 " 5.00 dtt.40 " 6.00 " C.10A.H. Forest, 10.06 " 7.55 " 7.55 ' Lima, 14.D8r.!C.B.15" 9.05" Ft. Wayne. l.lOr.H. 11.95 " 11.50 11.15 14.17A.M. X.40A.M 5.05 " Plymouth. 4.4D " Z.30A.M. Z.OOr.M. 7.50 " J0 " (.30 " Chicago, TRAINS GOING EAST. No. 8 No. 1 No. 6 No. 4 Mail. Fast Ex.PacEx.KightEx. 6.15a.m. S.30A.M. S.aOr.M. .40r.M. 0.15 " 14.04P.M. 8 .55 ' 14.50a. M Chicago, riyniouin, Ft. Wayne, liJor.M. S.40FM ll.so " 3.45 ' Lama. z.so i.ioa.. 9.10 Forest. 4.00 5.08 4.47 ' 8.28 " Crestline, IUsJa.m 5ur.M. 4.15a.m. 85 a.m. wooster. l.tjr.M. e.oi - 0-10 -- io.a Orrville, X.13 " .30 t37 11.06 " Alliance. 4.4U - 1U.O& - n.00 - l.iur.n. tochester, 6.57 " 1.14a.m. 10.44 " i.JU " ittsDurgn, B.iu a sua m 11.10 a. a. . No. 1. Daily except Monday; Nos. 5, 7, 8, i. and 4 Daily except Sunday; Nos. 3 aud 6, R. MYERS, Gen. Ticket Agent. R. MYERS, Gen. Ticket Agent. Cleveland, Mt. Vernon & Columbus R. R. GOING NORTH. Express. Accommo'tn. Leave Bfauri Veraon, ,--: - 7.35 A. M - - Uamlrter, - ' - ' 8.03 " HowanU , . .. . a. " Danville, . . 8 50 " Gann, . .4U . " Black Creek, 1U.1S " ' Killbuck, 10.45 " " Millersburg, 5:44 A. M. 1L10 " , - Holmesville, ' 6:38 " 11:46 " " Fredericksburg, 6:51 " 1:08 P. M " Apple Creek, 6.-08 " 14:35 " " Orrville, 7 MO " 1:15 " Marshallvtlle, , 7:14 " 1:00 " Clinton, 7S11 - x:S5 " " Akron, 8.D8 " 1:56 " Hudson, 8:45 " .. 5.-SO " Arr. at Cleveland, 10:10 " 71 " GOING SOUTH. Acconimo'tn. Leave Cleveland, " Hudson, 820 A. M. " Akron, 11 Mt - " Clinton. 14:00 M. " Marshallville, 14:45 P.M. Express. 4KB P. M. 5i " KM " 6:4 " 1:06 " 730 " 7:44 " HM " 8:13 . 817 " Orrville, 1:15 Apple Creek, 1:10 " Fredericksb'rg, :40 Holmesville, 3:05 Millersburg, 3:45 JLHIOUCK, 4W I f Gann. 6. " H Danville. 5.53 " Howard, . " Gambieo. 6:47 Arr. at Mount Vernon, 7:17 " Carries U.S. Mail. R. C IIURD, Prtsidmi. O. A. Jones, 3uprtudHt. SPECIAL NOTICES. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. The direct route for Joliet, Morris, Ottawa, Lasalle. Pern, Henry, Macon, Peoria, Genne- seo.Moline, Rock Island, Davenport, Musca tine, Washington,IowaCity,Grinnel, Newton, Des Moines. Council Bluffs and Omaha, with out change, where It joins with the Union Pa-I 4nc Railway for Denver, Salt LakeCity, Sac ramento. San Francisco, and all points west oa the Pacine coast. Trains leave daily, viz: Omaha, Leavenworth a Atchison Express, (ex cept Sundays), iu-w a. ai. Peru Accommodation, (except Sunday!, 5.00 P.M. Omaha and Leavenworth Express, (except Saturdays). io.uur.as Depot corner Hnnison and Sherman streets. Ticket omce 31 West Madison street, Sheruiau House. The Chicago, Rock Island and Paeino Rail road Company haro bow opeued their South western Division between Leavenworth, At chison and Chicago, cvnnecting at Leaven worth with Kansas Paeino and Missouri Pa cifle Railroads, and at Atchison with Atchison Topeka A Santa Fe. Central Branch Union I'a cillc, and Atchison A Nebraska Railroads, ror all points in Kansas, Indian Territories, Colo rado and New Mexico. The Company have built a full complement of Palace Dinning Room aud Sleeuiug Care, which for external beauty and liiterlorarrunguuients for the com fort, convenience and luxury of passongers are unequalled by aiiy- other cars of the kind in the world. Through tU-kots lor sulo at all princi pal and way ticket ofllces. lll-BB RinnLK, General Mipenntcnaent. A. M. SMiTHjoeueral Passenger Agent, Clil cago,UUx tf as t is the IF YOU Want a cooky i VVanfc a Want a elerk. nnrtner. 1, BUS a lUUMUWIl. Want a servunt aiii situ Want to sell a piano. Want to sell a carriage, - Waut to buy or sell a farm. Want a hoarding plaee. Want to sell town property. Want to sell groceries or drags, ; . 4 Want to sell household fumltnre, '' Want to sell drv good or raiH-ts, Want to And euttoiuers for auythlng, ADVERTISIs : IK. TIIK REPUBLICAN. Advertising will gain new ewtnaten, A Ivertislug will keep old rustoniers. Advertising liberally always pays, Advertising ina.es surrejts eay Advortiklne; begats conadauee, ' Advertising shows energy. Advertising show plui-k. Advertising means his. Advertise or ' 'bust," Advertise long. Advertise welt. Advertise , ., , . Jiow,- IF YOU WANT Look Through One of the Host Extensive Stocks! In the United State, all or Our Own Hannlacture ! Kb Ion stairs to climb, as we have Two Steam Kleratont, one for carrying our custom ers and one for handling Furniture. So it i. do trouDie to looK at goous on tne upper noon. HART & MALONE, 103, IOS & 107 Water St., Factory 30, 32 t 34 St. Clair St, CLEVELAND, O. y AHEEICA1T And Moit Perfect Machine Made in the World. ALSO, A SEWING MACHINE, And one that will make, Batton-Holes and Do Orer-seaming, COMBINED IS OSS. THE SEWING MACHINE. Like all machines, when ant made, and that did the work for which they were intended, was rude, uncouth and imperfect, but the in ventive genius of man, stimulated by protec tion, has not only improved them, but the last having the advantage of the defects and im perfections of the first, have devised and orig inated new ones, that areottoostaer httttr, mar timpUJitd, tuattr and ektajxr, so that we can present to you amacnine was, as a giauce,uu wonld pronounce perfect. At all events they will do work sunerior to hand work, either for neatness, durability and beauty. This we do in tne American Sewing Machine, Which will fin all work that is done by any Sewing Machine, and besides, simple and plain not hard to understand, easy to run, (eitheron account or their mechanical construction, or, not being complicated, or both.) seldom or nev er outof order, and will last a lifetime. The Splendid Mechanism or this macnine, and the superior skill, work manship and materials employed in its con struction, are a guaranty of accuracy, strength anu uuruiii,j, aiju i uih wimi eu.u - - makes a woman laugh. The shuttle, riding in its carrier, is subject to no wear, and the friction of a "race" is avoided. The tensions admit of such nice ad justment, and with such ease and certainty, that one of the great difficulties met with in ordinary machines is entirely avoided. The feed is adjustable, so that it will work with equal facility either light or heavy goods. REFERENCES. This helnr comoarativelT a new machine persons would naturally be a little suspicious of buying a machine they knew but little about but by referring to the following named per sons who have these machines in use, yon can be better satisfied: Miss Ann Millhouse, Mrs. E. G. Sannders, Mrs. T. it. Moore, " tieorge nanier. SI. W . Brown, -tf.ncc.troy, James Martin, A. Henas. A. it. f rev. ' J. carpenter, " i. Stuart, Miss Louisa Korna, Mrs. Elder Sharp, ' M. Low, " K. V . Calhoun, " Jos. Adams, ' A. Ingles, " W.J.Courtney, " J. C Dnncan, " Jos. Aehemire, James Murry, " Purdy, ' M. McClure, " J. Poulson. Jotin Hanna, -" Joseph Ane, Wm. Fox. J. Erst, " John Stiller, ' ' " Enninr, " H. S. Weston, ' Miss Hosted, . " Adtler, Mrs. Robert Karr, " G. V. Parkinson, " Crich, Wm Weaver, . " Barnes, L.Seedel, " J.E. v-illte, - "B.Beetrle. " H. U. White, . Mary Ernest, John Reid, Mrs. J. C'arr, ' ' W. Martin, Miss Sutherd, Mrs. O. h.vans. " Miles, " E. Barnes, " H Wilier, " Wm. Johnston, Mist J.Poloek. Mrs-t-S. Terry, " j. jiunraan, ' " H. Martin, , " 9.J. Wiler, " Wm. Eberinan, -" Mine. Miss istelnbring, Mary Jtoran, " w. Mams, Mrs. Thomas Barnes. Miss J. Harter, " isooert rowers, .. o. a v imam. " U. W. Mitchel, O. Crawford, jr, " II. Harrison, " J. Phillips, " E. J. Johnston. Miss.J. Patterson, THEIR SUCCESS. On avitlenae oi their worth is the sveeess that attends them, wherever they go. Other machines have earned a reputation and sell on their reputation, (and are entitled to it) but the world is wide and we want a reputation too, and are willing to work for It, and thatis what we are alter to-aay. We warrant these machines to be what they are represented, and if vou will try them, yon will find they will suit you. J. W. HULL, Agent. These machines can be seen at the new room. nariv outioaite the Post Office. Millersburo O- where also can be seen the Wilson Machine, Which comas (7tmMr. and srives allsraction. Call and see them. Prices ranging from til upwards. Sewinsr machine attachments, needles and on kept oa nana FALL & WINTER STILES OF - Millinery AND . Fancy Goods. OAS JUST MEOE1VSD A FULL USE or FALL AND WINTER HATS All Xete Styles. Call and Set Thtm. 2. SOMETHING N1W IX CHIGNONS. It It A IDS, HAIll CURLS, ..,., Something Very Nice In Jewelry. Gold and Black Wristlets, Xeck Chains of a lleautirul style. Also, ladles' I.ace Collars. Taney Bowl, an something new In a Neck Tie lor i.auies. CALL i.V SOO.V, AND SEE FOX rOUJiSELYXS. E. UHLER. October au. 187, . t isv w TSW " n. p. Mccormick, JEWELRY Latest Styles ON HAND. WITCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SPECTACLES, &C, ; SILVER .fc PLATED WARE, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 4c. All Kind of Renairina Seatln Done. MAIN STREET, - II i DSALZM IS THE E LCI N o Waltham and; American WATCHES At LowPrlces. - MILLERSBURG. tin! BL3 ii EXCELSIOR" CORNER. JWBBrail! UHLER & MCDOWELL'S. Mirtersbnrg, 0 Sept. 10, lEflt MISS SAWYER'S SALVE. TXBRS yonfam a mire ctxabtntef sootfilpf and 1J bellnc properties, with iwdangerow fT tent. A remedy at hand for the many palna ana aches, wound and bruise to which flesh ta heir. Is Btore easily applied than maay other remedies. r producing a had effect, hot always renmnf Tt is ivmucd hw Mima Rtmtr. who has Med It her owt xtensirs treatment of tbs sick, far isarty twenty years, with great soecess. The principal diseases tor which this eat Is ree- amnteTJded are, CXilMaint. jtktmmtitm. Pile Scrofula. Old Ulcer, Salt Rktmrn Sprain, Bum, Fiver Sorm, Felomt, PimpU, Erytiptia Sen ifyss, Barber$ Itch, Daf, Bail, Ring-won. Corns, Bites of InmcU, Onteera. Tsothack, Mar ' or AiPl, uaiantt. awotten jjrrasts. MCA, aeata uena, t rev my, . rii't jwrvi. Scald, Cut, Brmimm, Crsvo', &te4 Up. Sort on Children It never fails to enre fthcuwialisni If BroperlT ip plied- Bub it on well with the hand three times day. In several eases it has cured palsied Hmbe. For Mr Dal oera aiManeivu iodci nuiw icw dv. Persons that have betn afflicted for reara have been relieved by a few appHcat ions. FbCtlYy tiotHa it works wonders, auuyins; toe innaminsuoq . ai . mr "l.uJ " - 4 ina OOieuna: tire pwani, rum -mmf'sjw wm produces a cure taror-diatelv. Let those with Salt &umm obtain this Salve, and apply tt fteery. and ihey will find tt in valuable, it M cooa in esses ot fi-mrVn and Tttmor. Cancer hare been cured aith it. The best Ba Irs ever invented for aSteoVem pVenc and Son ffipples. Ko war injurious, but ore to afford reHef. Sam or Weak JTyct Hub it Xi the Uds fently.onceor twice a day. Cares deal a, hv tNitiintr In the ear on a niece of cotton. nr Mritm this is soDerior to auvUiine known. Wot Pimple this acts like a charm. For Bm and KcaltU, apply tne ee.iv as once ana n givea nmeauie rcuet. ror viis owifi mvvtj vw toy. Not amorte the least of the Invaluable proiieiilei of Miss Saw v re's, Halve are It beneficial efforts on the hair. Rubbed on the acalp, in five or six mrrerew parts, it promote ino growin oi ine noir, prevents tunihty icray, and on bakl spots it pro duces a new erowtii of hair. No lady should be without litis invaluable article a an indispensable cosmetic for the toilet. It eradicate dandruff and disease from the bead, and blotches and pimple I root luo laos. From Urn. ELIZABETH COOMBS, Brmnswick. Brunswick. Aptil 4, Ur. If is Rawttr : I reccrved vour letter last even- in. and wry triad ou coneruded to let ax take your Halve. 1 think I can do well with it, and it will h nuiii an aecoimmMlauoa to DV husband. M A CfiwMOw aet along ithmt it. He has tried sMwrvihiti- else and has never found am thlnr. that healed his rf tb.it Halve of our. and we hav both found it to be alt, awl earn mart, man mom rncotmtnend it to be. Wo haw had it iu the family Ave or sis venrs, and have ucd it for ever thlnc, andean truly 'V ireAare nerer found it equal. 1 nse it for a weak hack, ami it acts Uko a charm. Mr. OuomU lias lutd a Fever Sore on Ai lea for thirty utnm, and tr-wAI ben iripfJ axrrgr. if kt had not Jtmttd m romedp im pmtr Unto. It keep ft healed, and take out tlte indauimalion. proud flesh and wv1liiir. and doe for him all tlmt he can ask. 1 can rucouiroctid It for -a pkod nianv tbinn that you Imve not. for I ue It for everything I consider it invaluable in it family. Yours, lea, ELIZABETH COOMBS. TO TiTS AFFLICTED. If yonr Ttrurjrlst I cat of tit Sabre, and lieffeebi to keep supplied, end suty eents as directed be low, aud rcwrtve a box by return mail. t mt up In Large Boies at 50 OvTiU each (nearly three tiine as lartre as tlie boi repreeented abovej. lTeiianMl by UIHH O. HAW.KR, sad put up by L. M. BOBBINS, Wbolesal and RetaUl DrufftrUt, Bookltand, Me. A Trial Box sent free by mall on receipt of sixty oents. by L. at. KOBBINd, Hoeklaad, M. THIS VALUABLE BALVB IS SOLD BY ALL DKALlvKS IN UKIHCINK& fe lituinHNM. All persons knowlnr tnemseive. imnxu w the undersigned lr professional servloea. will this and the nrlof Anrll, lira. wae. aajs ev- d..,inl. lltlrMlll. Jan. la. ISO. UR. J AM1W MARTIS. 1c rrederlcksburf. Wayne lv Ohio. Nri Goods ! MM! Ie Ms i FURNITURE! S. CLOSE, PROPRIETOR OF TBS . THE subscriber It prepared to All orders of all kinds in his line with promptness $mcK dispatch. He keeps constantly om hand ILL RINDS OP FUMITLRE Front the cheapest quality to the ineat, a lit-: tie cheaper than the same article caa be ivo- cured elsewhere. A splendid article of Bed-Room Fiirnituro Kept constantly on hand. REPAIRING Neatly Done on short notice. Special attention given to tne basines of UNDERTAKING Z Metal He. Excelsior and Walnut Cofflnj kept constantly on hand. Collins manufactured to order. Two good Hearses kept constantly in readiness to auena cam. SOtf . fi How Goods. E. 1TEGELSPACH, ' ' Has bou(ht at the best time, a full Hnve of . t'. f - ' - Dfil GOODS AHH NOTIONS MEN AND BOY'S ' HATS AND CAPS, KNIT GOODS AND TARNS, Queensware & Groceries, Which he offers lor ; ;. . Cash and Trade ! AT SMALL PROFITS. '' : i - ; ' ' ' ' Please eaU and examine. I latternvwrf that ' I can offer yon the cheapest stock of goods -in Millersburs;. I also oar as aood a nrlee for endue, in cash . or trade, as the market will allow. Itr ' E. NECELSPACH. , IMMENSE c EXCITEMENT IN MILLERSBURC, O., CAUSED BT THCat - . Li:.-:, c LOW Fall anil Winter Ef Goofls; TSrOTIOTVS, CAHPETS, '' ,1 ii. . - - ' " QUEENSWARE, ' GBO CERIES, Ace., JCST REL'EITEI) AT ( J.E. KOCH, Jr's. At hi Old Stand, on the Corner. ; , i SarCall early and seeare Banalns. "Quick Sales & Small Profits" IS OUR MOTTO. . Bespectfullr, J. E. KOCH, Jr. Millersbnra. Oct. 8, ISTt. .., UNION MUTUAL Life Insurance Co. OF MAINE. 0RUA5IZRDIH. AS YBAR8- EXPKR1EXCR Purely Mutual. Ne C.neeessarv Keslrtctlona., ; lTaaaie4 . ASSETS. JA!T. 1. '- '"prreovors' Otsee; ' ' ' ' M Coext attest, Boston, Maes. tianiei oaarp, - - WnUr, wuiin. H.HollUter. - - .CJSS.- Charles-ll. Brewer. - . IVvt p. L. tallui. - nurHWxnmimtt. . tt. P. Barton, Snpaiit.deet of Ajeaeu., i aaaiisrs. . JOHNSON. : . RUDOLPH HOLZBRIKK. Speeial Afent. .- A. HENRY st'H A KER, District Amnt. m. .