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The Man who Thought he Never Prayed. er Prayed. The Eev. Mr. Kilpin, passed veryprofance man, and having omitted p rebuke him, he await ed him in the morning in the same place. When he approach ed.Mr. kilpin.said. Good morning, my friend, yon are the man I have been waiting for. ' : 0, sir, said ihe. man, yon are . I do not know you; but I saw yon last night When you were go ing home from work, and I have been waitinr 6orae time to see you." ' ' ' Sir, you are mistaken; it could not have been me; 1 never saw you in my liie before,that I know of. Well, my friend, said Mr. Kil pin, I heard yon pray last night. ' Now I assure you that you are mistaken;! never prayed in all my life. . O, said Mr. Kilpin, K God had answered your prayer last night, you had not been seen here this morning. I heard you pray that God would destroy your eyes.and ruin year soul. !rr-y The man v turned pale, and trembling said: Do you call that prayer? I did did. , .. Well then my errand this morn ing is to request you from this day to pray as fervently for your salvation as you have done for damnation; and may God in mer cy hear your prayer! ! I ! ' The man from that time became an attendant on Mr. Kil pin's min istry, and it ended in his early conversion to God. A Good Temper. Good temper is the sunshine of the domestic circle, and must be prized and cultivated accord ingly, Fretf ulness, peevishness, sullenness, bitterness and anger must be viewed as so many hiss ing snakes and driven from every hearth that claims the distinction of being happy. When tempted to give way to any ill-feeling.self- restraint mustjbe exercised and mutual-' forbearance' vshown. Much will be accomplished by carrying out the determination that both shall never- lose their temper at the same time the one bringing ". water where - the other brings fire. "Let them treat each other's feeh'ngSj'it has beea well said, with lenity, and learn to be, as occasion serves, blind deaf and dumb especially dumb. Not sullenly dumb, but serenely dumb. Jsot silent from moodishness and passion," but silent from reason - and affection, looking out the while like a mar iner in a dark night for the first streaks of the dawn, and hailing it witn a grateful welcome. .A gentle eontrast; Well 'arranged aiversiiy, gives areiisn to mar ried life. It is the necessary con dition, however, of such a . diver sity that' the parties should view' things occasionally from a differ ent point of view, and wisdom will be required, therefore, by mutual concessions, gentleness, good humor, and forbearance, to prevent such diversities of taste and opinion becoming the source of quarrel. Irritation; or, to use a phrase of modern , coinage,nag gle. A clergyman, who had tied the marriaged knot for many a couple was careful always to say Xo the bride - as hi a parting counsel: L Beehre ineree tolutaa the last word an advice which is eicellent,but which is surpas sed by the recommendation that neither party should take the first . True Greatness. TT TTT 1 -- . nenry ward neecher says Aaron Burr was a keener think er thanwa8 George Washington -ft 7j v anci ii ne nad oeen a moral man and maintained moral relations with his fellow men,and with the law of rectitude, he would have been an able man. ; Washington was a man of good sense, but he was not a man of genius in any direction except of conscience. He was a man of singular equity, great disinterestedness, and of pure and upright,, intent 5 8aea cious he was, by a light which came from integrity. . He endur ed, having faith to believe that right was right, that .it waSf safe, and that right in the end would prevail. That which made Wash ington the only great hero of our revolutionary struggle was the light ol tne moral element that was in him not any intellectural genius which he 'possessed; ' not any rare- tact -of admmstration. or any remarkable executive pow er, .ana 11 you loon back upon those names in our history that have stood the testj you will find that they have been men who were fruitful in the highest mor al element. And as time goes on those men who lack these ele ments sink lower and lower till they set below the horizon, and those who possess then raise high er and higher, till they reach the meridian, with undying splendor to shine upon history and the world. in V ta-riOTi " ea : uig I had rath&tpat my foot upon a Dnage as narrow as Mungerford WrVllJtlt WAn nil . 1 wciii, an lue lyay across than on a bridge that was as wide a8theworld,if it did not go all the way across the stream. Grojrin gracebecause this la the only way to be certain that yon have any grace at all. It we aim not at growth in grace, we have never been converted to goodness. He that is satisfied with his attainments has attained nothing. ; , . It is a terrible thing for one man to speak evil of anothea, and I think it is worse to think it. If you speak it the man has time and opportunity to defend him self, ' but he cannot tracn the thought It is neither heroic nor manly to premit in yourself. judgements which nobody can re verse. fed a rine tne ror who to Farm and Household. Preservation of Fence Posts. - Fence posts, if allowed to be come thoroughly seasoned before set into the ground.will be more than twice as durable and season ed posts may be made to last an age by the application of a heavy coat of coal tar to the portions buried in the earth and a few inches above the surface of the ground. Some recommend sea soning the post well before set ting itand when the post-hole . is filled within ten inches of the sur face of the ground," to apply heavy coat of tar and nil up with earth.' .Owine to the fact that fence posts always decay first near the sarface of the ground, it is not necessary to pro tect the post more than a few inches above the surface and a foot below it. ' " : Dog vs. Sheep. Official report show in Ohio an annual loss of sheep of $1,000,000 in injuries a loss equivalent to 6,000,000 pounds"6f'wool,"6"r a tax of two per cent, upon the to tal sum invested in sheep in that State. It is said that in two years,from 1 868 to 1 870. Illinois sank from the sixth to the ninth rank among-the 'States in the number and value of its sheep, and this great falling off is attri buted to the proportionate in crease in the number of dogs,and the lack of proper legislation to prevent their ravages among the sheep. In .Maryland, the returns from five-counties report over 1,- 100 sheep killed in one year by dogs. How to Get Plenty of Eggs. A correspondent of a poultrv paper says, referring to plenty of eggs It has long been known to milk men that wheat middlings and bran are abont the. best of any feed to; make, a cow 'give milk; why not the best, then to make the hens lay eggs? I tried it, and since then I have had no trouble, My mode of preparing the feed is to mix about two parts of bran with four ol middlings. In the four quarts of the mixture in a large tin pan.taking pains to have it rather dry, though all damp. This I sit in a warm sunny spot, 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 Sal 11 I sou in oi meir snea.ana meywaiK ,. , ,. ,, J ..Jly J,SGo fancy it like ' corn kad start off on a short hunt 'for something bet ter, but always eominx rouad In a short time.for a few more dips from the dish of bran. .There is little time during the day but one or more are standing- by (the pan, picking at die bran. J am care ful to mix for" them just as much as thev will consume durinc the j, f ;i,f ;!,. it I vtajr. uijuijjusi, ociuic uicj Mnn; x Va ao- T 1,... 1 I CUUI TO lUUai, i lUlUW L11C1I1 about a pint Of shelled COrn, Well . . j ,1 . . 1 . Scattered 80 that each One Can get a few km-naSa. If vnnr hn AnnH incline to eat this feed at first, sprinkle a little Indian meal on it. 1 would like all wl0 - .com- plain f.not .getting eggb'td try my plan, and I think they never will Ka I Will DC SOlTy. I Killing and Dressing Poultry. highly commended, "we think far the best, as it causes .instant death without pain or disfigure- ment,and is simply done by open in tr tllA fkftlr nf tha ftnrl or, A -nrifU I TMasiiarp pointed and narrow-blad-j ed tmfe, make an incision at -the back Ipf the roof which will divide the vertebrae and causes imme diate death,-after which hang the fowl up by the legs till the bleed ing ceases, and - pick it : while warm4f you desire the feathers to be removed. With a little care i he skin of the fowl does not be-1 as uiucii, ii nut more, uepenus I . . .... - . ! On llie manner OI Killing poultry in rlrccir.o tn ),o-o it fit ...p, w uc v ui i lor market Too much caution Cannot be Used fa this bra&ch! iof tl,; Ivnai-.-.-! r i -i, tUlS OUSlneSS.' -VWieTOOde Of till- lno- fnxL'lc f-incfAorl nf wr-in tri-n rr I Hlg IOW IS, (instead OI Wringing the necks. Which We denrecatel , , . , , tO CUt Off their heads With a sino-la Mnwr nf o cr,o,n o- l,oo. them up by the legs, and allow thm in VilAorl frooW nnrl nlnH . theii feathers irrrmediately wh9ey warm. The French mode, which j come as torn and ragged as it does the old fashioned way of scald- me, i as ing. Another thing,the flesh pre sents a better and more natural appearance when not 6calded. Work in the Horticultural Departments. "" at . partments. There is seldom a month in which soniethinir can not be done r -f,, S tuopring vorfe. There are many mild days tr..nn-0 V,,1, lt niuwi " i.i c I in the fall can be attended to. lacio u now Jjieilljr VI lime IOri,:c' reaainff and nn irnnd . n-nrr1onr I win ian 10 provide nimseii vwita suitable books and papers to em ploy his mind during the Ions winter evenings. New horticul tural -books are pubhshedfrom time to time; upon different subiects. most, nf whiVh some items of interest, and worthy of a careful perusal. Dur 1 a . . ... nnia aays, rubi often collects around the barn and outbuildings, may be ta ken : away, thus making the house and grounds look as if they were properly cared lor. Agri euliurist. 1st -!eei, In perusal. JJlir- hhish wlnVh L'T uuisil, w men their wmj, with Cheap tor I Bread and Meat. -According to Meyer's experi nienU, neither man or dog can be economically upon bread alone. To say nothing of health much less amount of food will support life and strength when a small percentage of it is com posed of meat. Persistence in bread diet Mever found to make tissues watery.and to weaken constitution. Yet in this country, according to our obser vation, it is a more frequent er io eat toontue than too much bread. rood profit lias TTifi onont.1 ; ' , I i ue gospel is so far lrom per-1 tire muting us to persecute those 'hate us, that it forbids us hate those who persecute us May I I Exr, TRADE '$T vCJ MARK. Cfi KEAUNET'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU. r lalttfonyKaomi Ktfaeuy fer BrlsMs Dis ease ua na rurea eveiy ca-e I xjianetea m lrhichitbabiaeiiFiTa,lrri:ation of IM Seek oT the Blatter and inflammation of th. KKmj . LHOlunnfflloc fllUUCJB KM D OUtT, perra tioa of IVn", IV. cf t Proaiate Wir too?in the l!a-iti--r.C: ravel, lii w-k Dust IX-TM.i'. and alocous or Milky Discharges, and for En feebled and Hclicau'Cnzuutaiions of tAh 1st a., attended wit. iLe following symptoms: Lou of rower, Loe of alemorr, 1'iawuilv of Breath inz. Weak Nerve, Wakcfnliies, l"ain ia the j-dra.r.nsui-uroiin'' i-o-ir.nrupriononuiersrc, l'allid Countenance. Laa:i ude t,t the bffteta. etc. Used by persc-M fa tlas Octiae or disnee of life; alter eoi-nn. mt cx labor pains, bad-wt4 unx in riLjH;rru. t -.2. In manr -one rx-crili-r to laftpa, ihe Ex tract Jfcichnu UTUn-U d ny aryctlit-rremt-dv A in Chlorous T lfcu-a:M t. J .Tva-alai-lty, Fain. iuliieaaorSur-prpfiuaotfiivlni! atrKvac-jaliona, V!rte-1 or Kctiiroti st--tT o: tli. Uterua, Lt u- rorrtic or aM:(a,Man-rT, ami lor ail oom ptainta incident to the x. It ia imaenbrd i-tei-irc!y Ity l he nost cir.crt PLysieiaiis an J ilKtowoe fur rnterottd acl delicto conat.tn- tienjef ko-bsexeaaa.1 a!! ages. ' rxAiixEYs. rsiaiCT lie arc. Jim IAitatf Arising rail Imprudtnett, it vta of Disei tatixi. i',ia aU tlit!ratagc,at Lal-xuenae,ii-tJucri.jchtxioi3 Atet, &o try-comcpi-pf, acal i OAianaura. Iwauaea a fic. aaeat -oaitev and etves -elmclh to Urinate, Uien-by rein-innyObatrurtio Ji, 1-reteDtiny anil lo:m 6tiKtnrraof thaVtvthre. AllaTirir Pain aci JnHaniBcatfoa, eo miicnt in tb: cVa kfu- eaarB,h-iapc-ljiagaa rianinafc.attiT. , tl.OJl-eT bottle or ail l-tlr.rn-fj(.l.J-i:-r.rT,l toacycddiaji.am;u:&aitohiatwa, fcuklbv ti ni'r.1 tin war, mkv. fnamwf hv ' KJCAliNtY It &.. lot buane PI.. X. Y. tOThotc si k-Uerc 1 r itiiuraauuai a.-ouul tc a kln-.- i. JOHN SPEITCER & SONS, Avoid Quacks and Impostors, Ke Cluarffc for Aerie end Con of la:, an. Dr. J. It Ttyo'L O jdtw of Jm mm MttRcV College rLilatit.lt hi, aulbor otrer.U TJukH wort, can le rodsiMtetl on U iliwam-a of thu tScxucl or I rinary 0rrvhHii lie has mio wm special atutiy) ftlfcnacfP male or l-mda, uo matter frvniitta cttue origTs:tinc or ot bow lo&MUndw(r. A pnetiee of U j-sr enaUc jiiMttJtM?iaaa Xath wmot-m. Cuttb iior antarcd. -Cbai7rv reasonable. Tboc mt fe dl taao can t unrarft lattay describim vymptoua and enolosin atrnxtm t rrrvmv eoclacaL t- . flod for t be (jfMdt to ll't'Xh- l'rttiU oetta. Hurrah 2 V. Hurr kh. I NEW GOODS! CASm CASH CASirni TUB FIBM Ol' - Paint Valley; Ohio, 1., SeT ZSJSXZ& Will, on ana after the lot day of October, 1872, rr the ready av. Bv to sell from 6 to SO per CvttPtn rtf Irin tr e-ri it a- a . i . . , r ?V . u, ""r " I!1" kepi in a first-clax country Sttore. Such u Grocerics.ardware, iueensware, lioots bhoes, J7at8 & Caps, Ready Made ' Clothing.for Men fe Boys. We demonstrate nraetieallr. We will sell A r)aa;ar for 18 cts. per pound, and other grades proportionally low. Vara wide fin tome one and all and be convinced that It pays to Bay your gooae rrom those that sll chlsivrlr fori ah. ail kinik PmnnafitM C ...I.. ts at the highest Cash prices. e will pay Cash for all kinks of Produce except Grain, Apples Potatoes. . i , Tu. nr" '" rown Muslin for 11 H br the bolt. ah wooiaress nanneu ior wc per vara. Fine flannel ehirtinc in abundance. A floe aasortauent of finonlder and donlile ShawU. Good Kip Boots for f3. Women s Calf Shoes lor il.'tt. And other things Km accordinglr. JOHN SPENCER Jfc suV. Paint Valley. OOcu, '78. , . MLAJSTyOTs How Lost, How Restored. JkAafrJustP,lbl'8,,ed newediti,I,of 5 urn. 14H.VBKWEL1S leieoratefl Essay on the radical core (without medicine) sPEKHATOSRHEaor seminal weakness, In- voluntary svminai asaea. iMPorMUT, aientai and Physical iiroapacity.Impeditneiitsto mar- Pite in,liiMwl aAir,n,i,.lMnM a-uw-l 'rl"""ce- . aasar-rice. m a seaiea enTeione. oniTocra. The celeurnted author, in this admirable es- say, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' successtm practice, that the alarming coase- q"?S Jk j use ue,r."lcJ1y cine or the application of the knife; pointing out a moile of cure at once simple, certain and 1eireclual.br means of which everr sufferer, no niatter what his condition may be,maycure himselfcheanlv.Brivatelv. and radicallir. IrThis lecture should be in the hands of every youtn and every man tn the land. , Sent, nuder seal, in a plain envelope, to any L,!:'''Pid'0" cents,or prtM cen,s.ealTereU'' Address the pnblishera. in Bowery, Kew York,p.o.Boz,86. "Marraige Guide, a e2aSata pains. ooo o o o Or Saayar-Coased. rnnfntriii. Boot and , Herbal - Jutcn, And. GIA.X CATHARTIC, OP Multnm in parro Physic. Tne norellv nf mn,l,-ni V11m1 m..i..-. 1 Pharmaceutical Science. No aae of any loncer takinjr the lanrc. ivtinlMivA uirf Mnur,- nni. compused of cheap, crude, and bolky ineredieata. ir XZtiZS?. aeareely farcer than a uaatau-e! wen , uiat can be readily Bwallowcd by those ol muBiBcnsmre stomachs ana laetidions tastes. Eachlittie Pnrcntive Pellet represents , in a most concentraloU form, as natch cathartic m.w is embodicfl in any of the larje pills found for ale in the drus shops. From their wonderful ca power, in proportion to their size, people have not tried them are ppt to suppose that ' uww or uratmc iu enect, out snca IS not all the case, the different active meriirinal nrin. ciples of which thev are composed being so bar- ' ii buu uiuuiaua, one oj tne others, as to lBUU . bhwh. HarTBina ana IBP "Kh, yat isnilr and klialrsMraUna rxthatrtlc . ..... s.i : . . of $SOO Br ward i. hereby offered by the pro- pnr of ue i-eiiew, to any chemist vfno. "R0" nIysis. will nnd in them any Calomel or tunua ui mercury or anv otne" mineral requirca wni nsm uea. - They ope- ,;..,Trr-I." . 'j"1- mTmtoii?ZEtt Constiaalian. 1 aii ii..7 (be Sliouldera, lirbtneaa of tbe oiulneaa. Sou r Eraetation auo Biomacs, uaa taate iu ton 'll. H 1 1 1 n ii a attai-ka. v.i. n f Jljiof.,tWMCT' "-aial Fever, BloaUMl reelisaa; aboat toanacb, Rualaat Blooa Head, Hffth CoK ored Irlne. 1iia-ii,hin. . .. Pieree'a Pleaiant ln,..,i.. i.n!.. explanation of the rcmtKlial power of my Pur. animal eronomv iisnlvMui., aland or tlaaue eacapina; their aanal ianpreaa. Age does not impair them; sugar-coaling- an? fceinr eneloaedln dan oottles preserve their virtues mi impaired tot any of time, in any climate, ao that they are al. itor aim rriiaoie, wnicn e not the case the pills fomid in the drop atnrH nn nn In wood or pate-board boxes. Kecnlliy th-i all dlfijjpcs where a Laxative, AlteraJ ciletn rtu rive thaaanat iwi a. I aM.faptlT. - Thev are aold hv all M..n.i.i. BraavlalaatSI ....., anything else aa my Pi not allow any tmgtftl to Induce yon to DjwiuK- eia. mat ne may say ia lnat aa ia mV Pellcta bfCUlM tin n,.,M I.mm on that which he recommends. If yoar rapriai caanos anppiy inem, enclose aa -tt iwwis swan uv rr ui ru mail rrom " M- V. riMHCE, M. It., JojV. BCTfALO, Si. x. Shrete Tailor Shop. Wa O. FLINIT,'- removal East of Deiwt, where he wiW make Garments Cheap! CUT GARMENTS ON SHORT NOTICE. Every article warranted to lit and give en- satisfaction "W. O. FTiTTOT, ' 'sUreve, . 10 sat. Wayne Co. Ohio the lish with and t T A- 8tf Photographs, Photographs, Photographs, .Albums, Albums, Albums, CHR03IOS, CIIROMOS, , CHROMOS, STEREOSCOPES, STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS STEREOSCOPES, Picture Frames, .Picture Frames, Picture Frames, FOR SALE BY Courtney & Applet on I At the Blue Front Callery. At Wholesale and Retail, Sold Cheaper Than I I i I I Ever, at JAS. CUEHY & SOUS, -WOOSTER, OHIO.- Currj 's can't be undersold in Lnm- Doors, Sash, Blinds, Lath, . : Shingles, fec, &c. Try Them. Notice to Teachers. rpHE BOARD OF EXAMINERS of Holmes LOlintV. I ) vfll hnlil Kviminatlnn. " i aeacners ior tne ensuing year, in Koom rio. 7, 1 I'nion School Building, at Millersburg, on I MARCH 1st, 15th and 99th; APRIL lath and Kth; MAT 10th and 84th; AUGUST 0th; SEPTEMBER 13th and 27th; OCTOBER nth and 25th; NOVEMBER 8th and 2d; WEIXSBURU, September SOth; NASHVILLE, October 4th; NAPOLEON, October 18th. fcjy These Examinations will open at 9t lock. A. M.. and close atSo'i-.lnrlr P M tL class will not lie open for admission of appli cants after 10 o'clock. The llnarri ti ,lnnA away wiin uie practice or ante-dating certifl eates. N. one is fully competent to engage a school till alter obtaining acertincate from the Board of School Kxaminers. It is required bv terms of the school law, that everv teacher uiust uc nu.iiucu w teacn urtnrograpny,Kead inr, W ritina. Arithmetic, Geoirraphy and Eng brammsr. and possesses an adequate knowledge Of Theory and Practice of Teach- o attention will lie riven to applicants for fit.au- cABiniuaiionij. lestiraoniais of good umabwi, Biaiiru y ai. leass tworespon. sible persons, will be required of each candi date. These testimonials must be placed in a stamped envelope, unsealed, and addressed the name ami poat-olHee of the candidate presented on the day of examination, Cer- "J" oi wur graues to-wit: six Aiufiius, i-wcive nontns. eighteen Atonths. iwcnty.four Months. Certificates of Six Months being very low grade and trial eartifl aate. may be issued a second time to the same applicant, tf circumstances require. A fee of cenis is required or every candidate ia ad. nuwUA BAAIUlUitl'lUll. Bv onicr of the lloanl. ,UW,S A- BEEBOCT, Clerk. WaaVU. aLi. led u SEAL, F. MAXUFACTUHER OF BOOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. WOULD respectfully announce to the nnl. lie that I am reiareI to mi all ortlera for ""a Ladies' & Gentlemen's B00TWS,GAI? And I BBBBk I an I , THE .... In tbe best and most approved style. Keen n hf th. Tt..t ti'.i.. rJL r vimcn and Warrant All my Work. and I. II , , " ReDalrinsr Dona In fiianorln. mk'.nf " . . a.. iws enretl. Style. X. BBAXj. iw-lvr. Oil, See! Just,See! ftEsievOrii In yew and Beautiful Cases. THIS Celebrated Instrument combines more j perfection than any other Reed Irutru-1 mem in tne market, resulting irom ThePatent HarmonicAttachment TheJPatent Manual Sub-Bass, ihejfatent lvnee bwell, The Patent Organ Bellows, The Patent Vat .TnhilaTirA The Patent Vox Humana Tremolo. Thns InuiTnTMHMit h.lnn v vrlnivlv a I the ESTEV'okGA.V, which "for sweet, fuiL miiitriWrf and nowerfnl tnni cnmiu Send for Catalogues. J. EBERHART, Stareve, O. Agent for Holmes and Ashland Counties. zvma I I I I Carriage Trimming . " . AND , . HARNESS MATTTO. I. H. StrubbeJ BERLIN, OHIO, TTTOULD respectfully announce to the eiti- ,f Zens of Holmes and ailmininfrcnuntiM that he, is prepared to do all work In hit line ana guarantee satisfaction. ; , Harness . Made to Order. - ne has the riirht tor this ennntv for the I PONS' PATENT TUU BUCKLE, which is an-1 . i . . .i - i tr.t i" i m, an omen. Jione nut tne nest workmen employed. E.II. STRUBBE. Berlin, O, Aug. SO, 1S7S. . , Itf Hiirar Hianm. BALBVtX BiaUB H. & B. HEEZEE, I Produce and Conunissioa Mercbants, I PXALKBS IM Flour, Crain and Mill Stuffs, .- -. SALT, FISH, " niUISS HA1E.H LIME Ac, I And Purchaser of WHEAT, RYE. I ' CUK3I, UA1S, WOOL. PRIED FRUIT, BUTTER. E(JGS, AC. , At the &ed Warelisass, : Millersbure, - - Ohio. IltHTATIOlT HAIE GOODS. SWITCHES, IIIIR ROLLS, Chignons, Braids, &c. LATEST STYLES ! Very CHEAP for CASH at the BOOK STORE. Ladiet Call and See Them. New Good And New Styles.'"' ;' DAILY RECEIVING 7 Call and see them befortflmying elsewhere. Hillersburff Not. 7-m2. f , . SIStI OLDEST IN THE STATE. B. F. BROWN J&T CO.. lift Smithfleld Street, Pitts burgh, yi'eima Collect PensiOBB. rfamiltT. PH If Anaw ft Special attention uaid to mii&Dtn4jMl n, rit-ot claims. Applications by mail attended to I ii uiaue in person. loinS DaxiEL French, 11. 11. Ilosaci Biid, aiOVULLOCHv NEW 1RRMGEMEIVT ! PLANIITG MILL Lumber 7ard ! French, Reed & McCulloch, Have completed their arrangements and have now in iuu operation their We HWPLAmiTSinLL! will keep constantly on hand every de- I scription of I BUILDING MATERIAL Consisting in part of Lumber, Timber, Battens, aiding, Lath, Shingles, : moulding & Flooring, Surfaced & Match ed , Lumber, Doors and Blinds, Frames, Castings & Balusters. Newell Posts. . F Railings, Sash, etc., etc. IsSurfacinir and MntAhlnir tlont tn awIoi a.laiipr n.irlo ISlllldeni. Fm-mra an J 'Al.A- I. a. r . . n l a viii- unc, av LIIC ii give us a call. ufllce and Yard Vivt v,a nr French, Reed t McCulloch. Millersbura:. O. . Feb. & 1P7S. sotr Dissolution. arm or E. Barton Co. has this day lieea ilissolved by mutual roiiseiit. E. Bar- l me lrl ,. j. Auiblnr A II. Hth Water St., 1'liiladelpliia, re.. Iie iiic Hilly autkoriaed to settle the hasiness of the -i-i- k H A KTON , to. It. BABTOK. L. J. AM HI. Kil. ERRORS OF YOUTH. Itii. hr!.?,.,!1 " "t. pointy, I'reinaiure ifeeav all theelTrrta nfyoulhrul indiscretioa will forthesake of uirrln k.....i ...,.i -. Y . .. . Ct .............. . wno neeu it, the recipe anil dlrectio 'nsnpleremedvbv .hick he Hufferers wlshlii. to nrollt by the ad- auu vertiser's experience can do so by iuperrectcouddeiice. .Kins ( No. 41 Cedar SU ressina. OlillKN. New York. 200 " Furniture, Furniture At SPEAR & S0XS, At SPEAR & SONS, West Liberty Street, THEY HAVE THE iM Best ni Gieaps p5uier? i!'tm u taU ifm Farniture establishment in this section of the State. Their stock is in endless variety, and If C I IU.U,IUl,J UVlltre Ml Their Own Furniture, And WARRANT everr Piece Their assort. meat is comnleta. from the commonest to the very finest. Furniture made So order, if de sired. All thev ask ia atrial, feel in ennfirient of giving entire satisfaction. If you want anything in the Furniture line, ijvu vau get it a. rcasouaote ngurcs as 4Stf SPEAR & SONS, WOOSTER, O. ills .am.ll ait-w-lea off AHMCAN WATCHES! Can be bought CHEAPER oi A. B. PREY very day, than of ant osi who publishes to sen at f actory tut prices. If you want a do as others are doinr. prove the truth of this useruon oj trying, x ou tnouui see an Q ff S t O O US ! Generally, II U the bat ever shown in Millers nurg. l on can t Tall to observe the place, for Shrimplin's Boots A Shoes are scattered all round the doorjnsteast of the place where yon want to buy- Watches and Jewelry ! Which forstyleand beauty are not a whit be- nina uoiiy varaea's best. Pi Boots, Shoes, LEATHER. HERE WE COME. ITow Goods, A. Shrimplin's Boot and Shoe Store. FALL iXD WINTER STOCK for lie ers. an fj OiT HAND, And at Prices to suit ery One. Ev take pleasure in saying to our customer mat we nave tne pinest stock OF flioisiiSli IN THIS PLACE, And can suit you in prices and quality. Men's, Boy's and Youth's Boots, IN ABUSUANXK. Women's, Misses' and CJi il- aren's Shoes A- Gaiters, That will not lie sndrnoliL Come and see before purchasiua;. Sides lrime Sole Jueatlier, Cheap Shoemaker's Tools and Findings. The very cheapest in this place. JpQUiveusacallaad we will do you good. A. SHRIMPLIN. Is tern erty or witru w which erful sicians medial gan ure Price 6 work ecuted. tore. HAM Eton's bucHU DANDELION. Bemovesfrom the blood the causes of Rheu mattsm. by increasing the action ol the Kiri.Nfci '5 and LIVER. These are the Scav engers or the svstemrand carry out it waste particles, which, if not carried out, become irumui sources ol diseases and death. W.C. 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Agents wanted for the Peoples Standard Bible, with 550 illustrations. Our own agents and many agents for other pub lishers, are selling this Bible with wonderful sncws, itwiusc it is me moss pounmr edition pnousnea. ianvassinz hooks tree toworkin: agents, a aureus eigier a Mccnrdr, Phila del phi a. Pa.: Cincinnati, O.; St. Louis. Mo, pringueiu, Macs, or Chicago, 111. BRIGGS & 'BROTHER'S ILLUSTRATED FLORAL WORE rurf aunarv. iv ta. now out. lAtnn & nn- jrir. Ihe four numttcrs sent to any address. structive illustrated and descriutive Floral Guide ever published. Those of our natrons uu viucmiorciK last year anu were credited with 25 cents, will receive the tburOniartorliaw 1873. Those who order Seeds this vear will credited with a subscription for 19?4. The January Dumber contains nearly Ju engrav ings, two superb colored plates, suitable for framing, and also tinted plates of our gorgeous Floral Chromos. Information rtIativta i. !- Vegetables, Ac., and their cultivatioo,and tucu niKiwr as was lomieny iound in our order Seeds belore seeing Briggs Brother's yuancny. w e cnaiieuge comparison on qual- i orrcvi mil iincw anu sires or nanr.i'Tis.-. nr Calendar Advance Sheet andPri. l.ut for usitk, sent iree. Audress, BRIUGS BROTHER, Seedsmen and Florists, Rochester, N. V. unequalled br anv known remerfr. It will eradicate, cxterpateand thoroughly destroy all poisonous substances in the Itloud and will ef fectually desuel all nredL.uasit.on to billion. deranirement. is there want of action in your Liver rSuleeu? Luleireliei4.ilutonct.T ilin ItkMt.) oecttmes impure uy deleterious seci-etions, pi anciug scrofulous or ssin ureases, blotches, uriuus, jJOMiiits, caiikvr, pimpios, xc - nave you a Dyspeptic stomach Z Unless difrcstion is promptly aided the sys is debilitated with loss of vital force. iov of the blood, dropsical tendency, general weakness or Lassitude. - . Have you Weakness of the Intes tines! l ou are m danger ol Chmmc Iiar- rneaur tneoreaomi inflammation or tne tfow els. Have you weakness of the Uterine unirary urgans I - Yon are exposed to suffering in the mst mg zraTatetl form. Are you dejected, drowsr,-dull, slufrptsh or depressed in suirits. with headache. ItauLarhc. wuRueami uau tastina; moutn. rura certain reiucuy ior an oi tnese uisansc weaknesses and troubles: rbreleansinrMiid mi- rifying the vitiated blood and imparting vigor mn Liivtii.nl iu(vcti tur uuittliuir Uli UUO ru- atoring the weakened constitution L "E Jurubeba is pronounced by the lealing medical authorities of London and Paris 'The most miu tonic and alterative known lo the medi cal world. This is uo new and uutried discov ery but has been lont? nsed bv the totidimr nhv- of other countries with wonderliil re results. , , . i Don't weaken and imiiair the i.irmst iv nr. by cathartics and phvsics. they give onlv temporary relief indigestion, flatnlenev. and dyspe)ia with piles and kindred diseases are w KMiow tneir use. Keep the blood pure and health is assured. Q. K ELLOUG, IS Piatt St,, Xcw York, Sde nircnt for tht I'nitml StHtM. One Dollar per Ilottle. Send for Circular is In In mm 1.IW. A XI rwwA, Xrtv ift CHROMOS uZASL0 13 HIt5CHIZr,M "COOB UOBHWtV srsiM ruwm "SUMMER FLaWERS,-, awittttMitrutrTtr wrkklt wt rti v nicw. that Mia&ff. CvtMETlkm finiltl. AT OK UK au iuu VIUSBsaJS). AGENTS, mb nk brtlttr tcm . . AJdrcM. LH.W.ADAUSi I. 131313CafLK, Plain V Ornamental PLASTE11E It. rs prtunpl .1. ill Li warranted. AH onlers Ordent to be lett at i.roniptlv ex- ILVASK'S IStf young iu StlUSOB Best 31lurtthl Eleven THK r(eH. nearly climate: iiia rall anil foul, a nrt-ilas through It Is public, road. tor SitliMiiBteifii NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, NEW FIRM, ASD New Prices. S. Tidball & Son, Are now opening one of the largest and S'SiSS'.'wiS KOOds ever belore how iSLUUMrllLl.lt. Their stock sonsists of STAPLE A-FANCY UKl GOODS, MOTIONS, RE1DY-MADE CLOTHHC, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, Hardware Queens ware. Groceries, -c.9 all-of which will be sold low, for CASII or riiODlXE. Don't fail to call and see our goods and prices before purchasing. WANTED. 100,000 lis. of Wool delivered at our store In BLOOM FIELD, O for which the highest price in cash wilt be paid. S. TIDBALL & SON. CLAEK3 P. O, Jane, 18H. fitf ! TEN REASONS WHY NoFamth should ig without a trttU of i r tf tit i"i'i&SEY in the house. I St. It will relieve the worst rase of BillOUS Cnolio or Cholera Morbus in i; minutes. 2d. It will cure the most otxtin:iie case of DTIDSDl a and Ind afllt on in a few weeks. . - 3d. Tt is the best rernedv in the torU fcr 6(Ck Hsadacha. as thousanJs can te&tifv. if lanen when Liis lirst cvm i.turus amiear. 4th. It is the best diuretic tver ptit before the public; curing those distressing complaints. LMaoexes ana uravei iotiotacr urinary U illlVUKIOIs oth. It k a most excellent Emmana KOXUS. and to the Younnr ClrlB. middle aed Woman and at ihe Turn of Life this remedy is of ncnlcuLihle value. vtn. It will remove wind from the bowels. and hence a few drops in some sweetened water given to a babe is better than a dozen cordials to Relievo and mako it Sleep- Contain- z no anodyne. 7th. It U a sure relief for ad'iT:i ard children affected with worms and Pin Worms. It win on nil atv3v ti;e tcn;. 8th It will cone tue Plies and Hemor- rnoaiai dimcuities. 9th. I will cure Co ntlnatlan and teen me r-wei4 rciur. it win also cure tne wrist case of Summer complaint and Dysentery 10th. It will cure Sour ttomaoh, stimulate tne Liver t ic.u;r.y at i Relieve Hen rt-Burn and ct as a general KegUiaxor oi the system. When taken di'Tite the rl.se w:ih FuK2rand Water to a Win e-Class full and you nnve apieasant ton ic. Whiitlesey (Dysyepia Curc $r.co per bottle. Whittlesey Aue Cure gor. per Louie. Whitllesev Oouh Grnnule zrr. per l-t ttle. SolJ hy all druggists and warranted. IVbitllca-y Prt a. aJ. TokCe For sale by W. B. YEBGIX, ilillersbtirg, .O That Pale. Yellow. SicKy-Iiooiliiff SKa chaxieed, to one of freshness and neaUh. Those lMeenaea of (He Skin. Pimple, Pustules, Blotches and Eruptions are j r tbe Eyes White Mwellintr. Uievm. Old Sores or any kind of Humor rapidly dwindle and disappear wider its influence, i fact It will do voa more eood. and cure I you more speedily than any and all other preparations combined. VTbaA if itf It la na ture's Own restorer ! A ROllihlfe n vrt nf lrr.n combined with the medicin&l properties of Poke Root divested of ail disagreeable quuli ttea It will cure any Cnrenie or Lons tuuins hmo wnose real or tiirect cause is bad blood. allinnintim. tin Limbs or Bones, CenMtilntiop bro- Ken aown oy jaerennsj or other poisons. mix: ui LUiru ujr Ik. rw Bjpnilll, Or nrpllX- Utic Inint, there Is DotMnn equal to u. A trial will Drove la. Amu aanH mr frwiK's (onpecib stbij' I ; DE. CE001TS WINE OF TIB ! bas proved Dr.Crook'a I Ten Tears ofa imblle I aesmas proved JJrAooK's W I nee f Tar to have more merit than any fclmilar preparation ever ofiered to ihe Dobllo. It is rich in the medicinal qualities of lar, toa oneqnaiea ior diseases of the Throat A Liin, performing tbe most remarkable cures. It sffectoaUy cures all Cosgas sad Colds. It lias cured so many cases of Asthma anv asroncniiis, mailt has been pronounced a apeelno for thesa com- tlalnta. ForftaJnsIn the .reast. Side or Back, wravej or nrancj uis diseases ot tiio Urin ary Organs, JauiMlice. or any U er Complaint 1L IUU DO ffl 11.' 11. mm mum m wiyw ift vaaiiar. snivra i iw appcuie, , Restore aho Wosvk slndt ebilitnted. Cansee the Fooil to liice. ReusSTSS) Iryspepsln and indlsestion. rrrvfnic nainnviu aevers IVCS HAW (O rtNrBJHCIH. 15tl 110 nothinir else. REWARD For anv cae of lilind. Bleeding. Itching or I l irerateil I'lies tu.it i Dl BtMJ'S flLE KFM- IDT niiU to cure. It is j prepared cxprosly to I cure the Tiles and I Sold by all Druggists. Price. Myl nm,lrilT f Horace LTI CdsLJUIIBr! U i;n.ailav. N KiUtlipomB .JSEW PIAXOS. .Vt:LODA'0XS. ORG A ys, of Mrtt-dttmiMabert, including tier' unit thilanc in mmai monthly int,tllientm. I tit Ivjr Lm Jritm or C'twA, or fuirt j 1-9Ctaee nrH-ciitm PiAXttS modem SRTO PARLOR OUGA .V. tie m,mt beaut ifol am per t 7i umttrr mum. jriHrrttretr ci'i alotfum mHliUd. SJmtwt Mnaiemnd Mfmic XrrrhtH- ftffA per day ! Agents wante1! Atlclas- I tMLXf'w set of workiuir ueoule.ot either.. I or wld, make more money at work for is. I their -nut re moments, or all tht time, th.tn r I anyuung else, particular tree. Address ii. (V. -) i , Portland, Me. Ti ii i m ! Atchison, Topeka & Santa fee ft. R. 3D a jsr K S THREE MILLION ACRES In and near the Arkansas alli'v, thf Fiuist Porttn ol Kansas. years l'relit. Seven perlVnt. Interel. xzi. uerreuu renueiion iu seniors who Improve. A Frtt Pa to Luml .'nn"r.-.' KAITS about this (iranl are Tji liOna Credit, and a reliaie t41s.ttlers.1r one-rourth: a rich mmI and splendlil short and mill winters; earlv nlant- no wiiiterina ol stork: olentv or rain- and lust at the riirht season: t'onl. Sion. llrick on theline: cbeai rates on Lninlier, Ac. no Lands owneil hy seeuliiiors: llomesteails and Pre'tfrontlons now abundant: Unilniad on the line of. vnt route; Products will pav tor Laud aud Uuusov.menta. , the best opportunitv ever aiTmo.1 tn k. through th reueot completion of the circulars and ceneral inrormntion. Address, A. K. Till ZAI.IN, Manager Land Department, Toriia, Kax. all F Wlhpro The i.uninir IV;u Kor tteuiuS BOOK WANTED : J.B. BURS & HYDE, 1 PUBUSITPB jrJj., Hartford, Conn. aw . aai,.).. ;sJV AGENTS WASTED FOB THE FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSIC. 0 v T, ino00 Faes,2o0 bngravings A st.iltlinircTnose of Medical Hnnihurs of the patand pnbent. It ventilates (juacka, linpusUirs. Traveling Doctors. Patent Medi cines Venders. iotcd female C heats. Fortune Tellers and Mediums, and gives interesting accounts of Noted Physicians and Narratives ol their lives. It reveal startling secrets and instructs all how to avoid the ills which flesh is heir to. We give exclusive territorv ant liberal commissions. For circulars and terms address the publishers. J. It. BI RR ft HYDE II artiord, Conn., or Chicago, 111. AGENTS WANTED FOB THE Great Industries Of the United States. 130 paces and 500 eua-ravines. nrintml In English and German. Written hv 90 eminent uutltuJ. inelutiiiiir John B. tiouirh. lion. T.m.n Case. Edward How land. Rev. E. Edwin Hall, runup niuicv, a tuert urisuane, iio race u fee ler, f. B. Perkins, c. This work is a complete historv of all bran ches of industry, processes orinannfacture,&c in all aes. It is a complete encyclopedia of arts and manufactures, and is the most enter taining and valuable work of information on suljoctsof general interest ever offered to the public It is adapted to the wants of the mer chant, manufacturer, fanner, mechanic, stu dent and inventor, and sells Ho both old and youns-of all classes. The book is sold by aaenu who are making large sales in all parts of the country. It is uuercd at the low price of (3.&U, ami is the cheapest book ever sold by subscrip tion. No family shun Id be without a cod v. We want seems in everr town in the United states, and no ajrent can fail to do well with this book. Oar terms are liberal. We give oar avents the exclusive rinlit of territorv. On ol our agents sold 1 copies in eight days, an other sold 3i3 in two weeks. Our agent in Hartford sold - J7 in one week. Specimens of the work sent to agents on receipt of stamp. For circulars and terras to airents addresa the publishers. I. B. lil'HR HYDE, Hart- ioru,iona.,orimcago, iil. WE HAVE IN PRESS NEW BOOK Bv a well known and nonnlar author, on a en tirely new subject. The book will be profuse- ' ly illustrated and handsomely bound, and will sell readily to nil clashes. Agents wishing to secure territory should apply at once. J. B. BURR & HYDE. Publishers. Hartford, Conn., Chicago, IIL, Cincinnati, O. Ayer's Cathartic PiUs, - For the relief and care of all derangements ia the stomach, liv er, and bowels. They are a mild aperient, and aa ..excellent punra ttive. Beinn Dure- ly vegetable, they contain no mer i cury or jiineral a whatpvpr. ViM'h wrious sickness and snffering is prevented by their timely use; and every family should have them on hand fur their protection and relief, when required. Long experience has proveu inem to he the safest, surest, and best of all the Bills with which the market abounds. By their occasional use, the blood ia ourilied, the corruptions of the system ex pelled, obstructions removed, and the whole machinery of life restored to its healthv activ ity. Internal organs which become clogged and sluggish are cleansed by Oyer's Pills, and stimulated into action. Thus incipient disease is changed into health, the value of which change, when reckoned on the 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 constitution or diet or occupation. Full directions are riven on the wramMv to each box, how to use them as a Family Fhvsic, and for the following complaints, which these srwm mpiuiy cure: For nrwitesMia, or IntMi,pmai. aUnrBor, and Mmmrn of Ap- rite, they should be taken moderatelv to stimulate the stomach, and restora ita hlthv ' tone ami action. For laiver Cenatnlalwt and its various symptoms. Bilious Headache, Melt Headache, Jaundice or nea Sick nem, flsiliew Colic and Billons ro ver, they should be judiciously taken for each ease, to correct the diseased action, or remove the obstructions which cause it. For Bvaenterv or niarrksva. lint An mild done is generallv required. For RheuatiNn, raveL, Palpitation of tbe Heart, Pain In tbe iJe. Hack, and LoIm, they should be continuously taken, as required, to change the diseased action nf th fn-arm wirk ti-t change those complaints disappear. For DropMy and Dropsical Swell Inrs, tltev should he taken in larire and frtv quent doges to produce tbe effect of a drastic purge. For Suppression a large dose should be taken, as it produces the desired effect by sympathy. as a u,nnrr Fill, take one or two Tillm to promote digestion, ami relieve the stomach. An occasional dose stimulates Lb fltmwJi and lowels, restores the appetite, and in vigor ates the system. Hence it is often advanta geous where no serious derangement exists. One who feels tolerjiblv well, otten finds that a dose of these Fill nubm him iWiii. ciuy oener, irom meir cleansing and r vating effect on the digestive apparatus. PREPARED BT Dr. J. a ATES & CO., Practical Chemists, LOWELL, MASS., V. 8. A. FOR SAIaE BT ALL DRUGGISTS STKXrWEXRS. MALL'S lEerrjuusciuai IIAIIt KELNEWEB. EveTT year increases the tpodii- larity of thi3 valuable llair Prep aration, which is due to merit alone. Wo can assure our -old patrons that it is kept fully tip to its high standard ; and it is the on ly reliable and perfected prepara tion for restoring Geay ok Fades Hair 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- tics, 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, and will create a new growth, except in extreme old nge. It is the most economical IImti-Dkessinq ever nsed, as it reqnires fewer applica tions, and gives the hair a splendid, rrlossv anne.mince. A. A. Ilnvp. , . 1 1 i SID., State Assayer of Massachu setts, savs, The constituents aro pure, and carefully selected for ex cellent "quality; and I consider it the Best Preparation ior its intended purposes.". . . gfrf yrrff rrtrfrjirf nnff Pftrfm m IfrnVrTaai. frice One Dollar. Buckingham's Dye. FOR THE "WHISKERS. As our Kencwer in many cases requires too long a time, and too much care, to restore gray or faded AVhL-kers, we hare prepared this dve, in one preparation, which will quickly and effectually accomplish this result. It is easily applied, and produces a color which will neither rub nor wash off. Sold by Druggists. Price Fifty Cents. Manufactured by R. P. HALL CO, NASHUA, N.H. U II X IT UR E . LEMOX AVEISE ThenM .nn.l well kimn-n Ann t a... .. . v. .t.MiiirK i j., tunui.triitren of aiM Fnrinrs & Glairs, l!:tvc UrniteVisl to No. Ill Fourth Avenuep laKkito their StauU thoy rntinu th huins3 tn all i(t ol.le-t Amlmot tvliuMe institution Ibr ob- .'.rrvaniiitj l-IUfaMin. tiinl lMisinoei www s instntrtors. iniomimioii. write lora rit,-uiar to . IU rv A zvss, Pituburgb, P.