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A Beautiful Incident. The Bible tells us that woman is to be a helD mate to man, and the man is to be the support of the woman. To make married life a source of happiness, affec tion must rale the hearth of both. The married pair must be mutual helper, one to the other. Then the conjugal state becomes a smooth and pleasant roadringad with ' fragrant flowers, which bloom even in the depth of the Winter of adversity and sorrow? I have read, says the author of x recent work, a beautiful illus tration of this point: ' A lady traveling in Europe, visited, and took lodging with a remarkable couple, an aged man and woman. They were husband and wife. They lived by themselves, with out child or servantssubsisting on rent according Irom the lease mf then: parlor and two sleeping- rooms. The lady, in giving an account . of the persons, says: When we knocked at the door for admittance two aged persons an swered the knock together. . When we rang the bell in our rooms, the husband and wife in variably came,side byside. And our requests were received by both and executed with the ut most nicety and exactness. The first night, having arrived late by the coach, and merely required a good fire and our tea, we were puzzled to undertand the reason of this double attendance. When the time to retire came the lady was surprised to see both husband and wife at tending her to her chamber, and on looking with some serious ness towards the husband, the wife,notieing her embarrassment amid to her. No offence is intend ed, madam,my hasband is stone blind. " The lady began to sym pathize with the aged matron on the great misfortune of having a husband quite blind. The blind man exclaimed: It is useless for you madam, to speak'to my wife for she is en tirely deal, and hears not a word you say. Says the lady bdarder, here is an exemplifies tion of compensation.. Could a pair be better matched? They were indeed one flesh. He saw through her eyes, and she heard through his ears. . Ever after this it was interesting to me to watch the aged man and his aged part ner in their inseparableness. The sympathy for each other was as swift as electricity, and this made their deprivation as noth ing. This beautiful domestic picture would only suffer fromany words of comment. Luther n Ob server. The First Fuchsia. A pleasant story is told in an English horticultural journal of the way the fuchsia gained its notoriety and popularity amoug flower lovers, and its introduc tion to the horticultural world: Old Mr. Lee a nurseryman and gardener near London,wellknown fifty or sixty years ago, was one day showing his variegated treas ores to a friend, who suddenly turned to him and declared: Well you have not in your col flection a prettier flower than I saw this morning at TV apping. No? And pray what was this Phoenix liki? Why the plant was elegant and the flowers hung in rows like tassels from the pendent branch s, their colors the richest crim son, in the centre a fold of deep purple, and so forth. Particular directions being de manded and given, Mr. Lee post ed off to the place, where lie at once preceived that the plant was new in this part of -the world. He- saw and admired. Entering the house he said. My good woman, this is a nice plant. I should like to buy it ol you. Ah! sir,I could not sell it for no money; for it was brought to me from the West Indies, by my husband, who has now left again and I must keep it for his sake. But I must have it. No, sir! Here! emptying his pockets here is gold, silver, copper, (his stock was something more than eight guineas). Well-a-day but this is a pow er of money, sure. Tis yours and the plant is mine and my good woman you shall have one of the first ones I rear to keep for your husband's sake. A coach was called, in which was safely deposited our florist and his seemingly dear purchase. His first work was to pull off and utterly destroy every blossom and blossom bud, it was divided into euttings,which were forced into bark-beds, and hot beds, were re dmdetTand 6ub-divided. Every effort was used to multiply the plant. By the commencement of the next - flowering season Mr. Lee was the delighted possessor of 300 fuchsia plants, all giving promise of blossom. The two which opened first were removed into his show house. A lady came. Why, Mr. Lee, my dear Mr. Lee,where did you get this flow er? Hem, 'tis a new- thing, my lady Pretty, is it not. Pretty, Tis lovely. Its price? Mr. Lee. A guinea, thank your ladyship; and one of the two plants stood proudly in her lad y ship's i bou quet, j My dear Charlotte, v. here did you get that beautifu? flower? O! 'tis a new thing. I saw it at old Lee's. Pretty is it not?- Pretty! It is beautful! Its price? A guinea. There was another left. The .visitors horse smoked off to the suburbs. A third flower ing - plant stood, on the spot whence the first had been taken. The second guinea was paid, and the second chosen fuchsia adorn ed the drawing room of the sec ond ladyship. The scene was re peated as new comers saw and -were uttraced by the beauty of I the plant. New chariots flew to the gates of old Lee's nursery ground. Two fuchsias, young, gracefuLand bursting into health ful flower, were constantly seen on the same spot in his repository. He neglected not to gladden the iaithful sailor's wife by the promis ed gift But ere the flower sea son closed 300 golden guinas clinked in his purse, the product of the single shrub from the win dow in Wanpine; the reward of the tast, decision, skill, and pers everance of old Mr. Lee. Children's Questions. Probably none of the questions raised by wit or philosophy ever caused more helpless perplexi ty than those by which fathers and mothers ire hourly besieged when their children's young ideas begin to shoot. .Tho inquisitive ness of these miniature philoso phers is generally regarded as one of the provoking yet irresis tible prettiness of childhood, and unfortunately, it is not simply ad mired as a mere prettiness,bnt it is treated as such. Parents ap parently, if not actually, ignore the fact that this ceaseless flow of inquiry is one of the means by which the moral and intellectual character of their children is to be formed. It is sad to observe what miserably shuffling replies are often given to questions worthy of careful answers.whilst, in other cases, the most foolish and cruel of all expedients is re sorted to by saying,Children you should not ask questions. Truly, parents consult expediency rath er than prudence, and the line of least resistance seems to be the law of morals as well as of me chanics. ' . : . J. - It may be objected that it is quite impossible; and, if possible not proper, to answer the num berless queries with which child ren confront their elders.' Surely it would be treating chidren as innocent, rational beings, to tell them lranklv. when they ask im proper questions, that they shall know when they are old enough. It is unkind of any one, though a lack ot time, to hurt a child's mind by a hard rebuke when eag erly questioning; we should,rath er.promise attention at the earli est leisure moment, and strictly fulfill the promise. Parents Would not lose iota of filial respect,ratn er the reverse by promptly con fessing ignorance when questions exceed their knowledge; it may be painful to do so, but anything is better than to tell a cmia falsehood. If possible,search for the informotion at once, letting the child see your patient inves tigation, for children are imita tors, and soon learn to copy,with a certain amount of pnde, the ac tion'of their elders. This system of mutual discipline may be very troublesome, but what is the re sult of following the path of indo lence and convenience? London Congrcgalionalist. Farm and Household. Cream for Coffee. Beat well one egg, with one spoon ful'of sugar,poura pint of scalding hot milk over this stir ring it briskly. Make it the night previous. To Clean Brushes. Half an ounce of ammonia to a q uart of warm water. Stand the bristle side of the brush in the water for three minutes; then rub the brush drv with a towel. Be careful that the water does not reach -.the; back of, the brush Stand the brush bristles down ward until perfectly dry. . To Fry Mush. Ilave a pan of boiling lard readv, slrce your mush half an inch thick, flour it on both sides and put it into the boiling lard. By this means the slices will be browned evenlv all over, and be sides, if allowed to drain in a col ander placed in a warm oven,will come to the table enterely free from the disagreeable fatty taste peculiar to this dish when fried in the usual way. Serve up hot. Irish Potatoes The Irish people are the great est potato eaters in the world, and know all about cooking that fine esculent. Ave copy their mode of boiling potatoes from' an Irish paper: "Put the potatoes in a pot or kettle without lid or cover, and with water just sufficient to cover them. After the water comes nearlv to a boil pour it off and replace it with cold water, into which throw a good portion ofsalt. The cold water sends the water from the surface to the heart,and makes the potato mea lv. After thev are boiled and the water poured off, let them stand on the nre hlteen minutes to drv. I Judging Ti'om present ajiiiearan- -cs, if Hie Spanish (lovcrnineni will do nothiiur toward thn abolition of slavery in Cuba until tlie Cuban re bellion is suppressed, it ia likclv to do nothing toward it till the end of time. I'erhans England and the United States may some day take hand. A mule fell through a defective bridge in St. Jxui, last week, and after being suspended by the neck and legs for about half an hour, was extricated, and found to bo only slightly injured. Missouri has no faith in our pres ent system of criminal jurisprudence She doesn't wait for it, as witness the lynching of the two men accus ed of an attempt to burn Arrow Rock It will be remembered that after the Cass County lynching Gratz Brown was going to put an end to all such murders. Instead of that, an end has been put to him. . There is a whole sermon in the saying of the Persian: In all quarrels leave open the door of reconciliation. We should never forget it. r- w k 1L T HELXBuLi;. ) KEAUNEY'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, p Is the only Kncwn Remedy for Brighta Dts eue and has cared every csm of Diabetes in which it ba been preen. Irritation of the Nock of the Bladder sad mfUnunaUonotttw Kissers. Utoeratioaof the Kidnee and Bladder, Bstea tion of Crin. Disease of the Frtaute Gland. 8too in the HiaiM er, uravel, brick D oat Deposit, and If acoiifl or lliiky Lhschirgea, and for En feebled and itelirate Constitutions of both Sexes, Attended with the following Kymptoma : Loss of Fairer, Lns ot Jlemnrr, Ii Scully of Breath inr, Wesk Jierves AVake-falness, Pam in the Bark, Fiuehi og of tl le llo-.T.Erupiwo on the Face, aliid CountnuOTPf, Last ude of the bystcra, etc Used by perMinr. in t lie decline or chance of life; sixer covm iccsi or labor pains, bed-wet-ting; in ehiidrm, rts. In many aff '.:' peculiar to ladies, the Ex tract Bachu is uazqurJi U by any oUierremedy As in ChiorosM er itet,tiu:i. lrretnilarity. Pain i ulneaaorSiipprnffitoa ot (. ortoa aty Kvaenatione, Uteerted or .Sohirrcs stot of the V terns, Leu coniKEa or Whites, Sterility, and for ail com plaints incident to the x It is prescribed extensively Iry the most eminent Pbysxaaos and Midwivea for enfeebtod and deliosvUi eonatitn tiuns of both sexes awl all ace?. t K E ARM E YS EXTRACT BCCHTJ, $ Cmt$ Dlca$t Aridity from frnprvdemcet. Habits of IHrn-jatia. IJtc,a aU their etagea, at little expense, lit tie or no change ia diet, no in covremenr, and to expose ra Haust a fee juent desire, and sivee strength to Urinate, thereby removing Obstructions, lrcventinr ana Curms Strictures of the Un-thr. Allaying' Pain and Innammalioa, so freqpent id thisctaia of did eases, scd cxprli ing ail Pjjonou matter. KEABXEYtS EX Til ACT BlCKi7 tl.OOpcrbottlcorsix hot tin for 5.03, dslivc red to any addir-SM, m-totc Irom obstvst tun. bold by druvgirt Trrwhere. Prepared by KEAKNEY it CO., 104 Duane St.. N. T. to whom aU letters Ijt fth sbouki be addressed. Avoid Quacks and Impostors. Vo Cborg-o for Advice and Consultation. Pr. J. B. ThroCt, Graduate atjifentm MetHeat CoUege, VoiladOthui, author of several tm1u1. works, can be consults on all dweasss of the fetxual or Urinary Organs, wlrich-be has made sa especial study) either in male or female, no matter from what eamae originating or ot how long'stanuiftg. A praetiee of 80 yearn ana hit's km to tnsat disease tnth eeess. Cutes fuar sotsed. Charges rsmaonable. Taoea ml a die tense eaa forward letter describing symptoms and enclosing stmp to prepay posuge. end tor the frdd ia Uctlfk. Price 10 orata. J. B. DYOTT, M.D., Physician sad Surgeon, - - " 104 Daxw Kew York- Hurrah J Hurrah 1 1 NEWTOODS! CASH! CASS!! CASH!!! THE FIRM OP - - JOHN SPENCER & SONS, Paint Valley. Ohio. Will, on and after the 1st day of October, 18ft, sell poods exclusively for the ready pay. By o doing, we are enabled to sell from 5 to 90 per cent. lex than on the old system of long credit. We keep a full line of goods such as is usual ly kept in a first-class country St to re. Such as Dry Goods, Groceries, ITardware, ljueensware, Boots & bnoes, 7ats & Caps, Ready Made Clothing,for Men & Boys. We demonstrate practically. We will sell A Sugar for 13 cts. per pound, and other grades projort ion ally low. Yard wide Brown Muslin for t by the bolt. A ll wool dress nanneis lor wc per yaru. Fine flannel shrrtinr in abundance. A fine assortment of Shoulder and doable Shawls, iiood Kip Boots for $3. Womcns Calf Shoes lor $1.73. And oilier tinners low accordindv. Come one and all and be convinced that it navs to buy vour goods Irom those that sell ex clusive! v for C ash. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for We will pay Cash lor all kiuks of Produce except Grain, Apples ft Potatoes. we respecuuiiy solicit a gooa snare or toe public patronage in tne mtnre as in tne past JOHN SPEXCKB A SON. Taint Valley, Om Oct. ?, Ti. MANHOOD: How Lost, How Restored. aiZftZJust published, a new edition of Vi? Dr. culver well's Celebrated Essar on the radical cure twitbont medicine) of Spermatorrhea or Seminal Weakness, In voluntary Seminal Losses, 1m pot esc t. Mental and Physical incapacity. Impediments to mar riage, etc., also. Consumption, Epilepsy and r it, intiuccu oy seu-inuuigence or sexuai ex travagance. tfagnPrice, in a sealed envelope, only e cts. he celebrated author, in this admirable es sav. clearly demonstrates from a thirtv years' successful practice, that the alarming conse- qnenceoi sen -abuse may ue radically cured without the dangerous use of internal medi cine or tho amplication of the knife: nointinr out a mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter wnat nu conuiuoni may oe, may cure uiiiiMju tucapii, iritici, uu i ouimi . fig3?This lecture should be in the bands of every youtn anu every man cn tne tana. iMrnt, uuuerseai, in .a piain envelope, to any address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or two post stamps. AUo Ir. Cnlverell's "Marraige Guide," price iju cvuib jtuarcss tne pubiisncrs, CHAS. J . C. KLINE CO- 23yl 197 Bowery, New York, P.O. Box, 459B. PELLEKW UVS " 9 O O Or Sugar-coated, Concentrated, rntoos ana Herbal Jaiee, Aatl : Billons Grannies. THE "LITTLE GIANT" CATHARTIC, or ISoltnjn in Parvo Physic. The novel tr of modrrn VVvfifal. fhomimil nl Pharmaceutical Science. No use of any lancer taking the fcxrire. rcnnlive and nanseoiia niHa composed of cheap, crude, and bulky ingredients, when we can by a careful application of chemical science, extract all the cathartic aud other medi cinal properties from the most valuable roots and herb, and concentrate them into a minute Gran ule, scareeljr la rarer than a mnstarsl seed, that can be readily swallowed by those of the most sensitive stomachs and fastidious tastes. Each little Purgative Pellet represents , in s most concentrated form, as lnach cathartic power as is embodied in any of the lare pills found for sale in the dru" shops. From their wonderful ca thartic power, in proportion to their size, people who have not tried them are r.pt to tuppote that iney are narsh or drastic in effect, but such is not at all the case, the different active medicinal nrin. eiplesof which they are composed being so har monized and modi lied, one by the others, as to prouuee at snowi searcmnsr ana iner- arn yet aentir ua sunsur operaunc 6SOO Reward is hereby offered bvthe nrrv prietor of these Pellets, to any chemist who. U1uh auiVB, M ill UUU 111 MieiU mil J KMJiaCl OT other forms of mercury or any othe mineral poison. Bet nar entlrelr wearetahle. no narUcnlar care is required wniie Utfini? them. They ope rate without disturban'e to the constitution, diet. Constipation. Impure Blood. Pain ia the Suoalders. Tisrhtness off the Chest, Dizziness. Soar Ernctations of the Stomach, Bad taste in mon.tt. hi i tons axtacas. vain in region of Kidneys, Internal Fewer, Bloated feel ilia: abonl Klnmarh. Bash off B ood to Head. Hlvh rni. orva a-rinv, unMociaoiitir ana. Gloomy Foreboding, take Dr. Pierce's neaaaut fur call Te Pellets. In explanation of the remedial power of my Ptu wish to ear that their action noon th animal economy Is universal, nota aylaud or tissue cacapina; their saua- siv m rcim ao noes not impair incm; their eurar-coating and beintr enclosed in class bottles preserve their virtues unimpaired for any length of time, in any climate, so that they are al ways frert and reliahle, which is not the case with the pills found in the drug stores, put up in cheap wood or put te-board boxes. Recollect that for all diseases where a Laxative, Altera five or Purgative is indicated, these tiuls Pellets will give the most perfect satisjaction to au woo asetnem. They are sold by all cnterprlslilsr Drugglete at 45 cents a bottle. Do not aDow any flrngMst to Induce yon to take anything else that be may say is fust as good as my Pallets because he makes a larger profit on that which he recommends. If your dragglBt cansoC enpply them, endoiia S9 ceota a ncuva Ulm dj reinm mui mm . roceive them bj Shreve Ttiilor SSliop, W. 0. FLI1T1T, Has removed East of Depot, where be will make Garments Cheap! CUT GARMENTS OS SHORT NOTICE. Kvery article warranted to lit and give en tire satisfaction "w. o.pTiTTjrir, SUrovo, TRADE CCVi mark, t5 size -ar of 1 VI. 1 X ' May lU-atstC Wayn Co. Obis I Photographs, Photographs, Photographs, Albums, Albums, Albums, CHROMOS, CHBOMOS, CHROMOS, STEEEOSCOPES, STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS STEEEOSCOPES, Picture Frames, Picture Frames, Picture Frames, . OR SALE BY - Courtney & Apple to ii At the Blue Front Gallery. At Wholesale and Retail, Sold Cheaper Than Ever, at JAS. CURRY & SONS, - WOOSTER, OHIO. Curry's can't be undersold in Lum- Doors, Sash, Blinds, Lath, Shingles, dVc, dec. Try Them. Notice to Teachers. THB BOARD OF EXAMINERS of Holmes L County, O will bold Examinations of teachers for the ensuing year, in Boom ao.7, of I" nion School Building, at Millersburg, on MAKCH 1st, 15th and 2th; APRIL 13th and Kth; HAY 10th and Mth; AUGUST 80tb; SEPTEMBER 13th and 27th; OCTOBER 11th and i5tb; NOVEMBER 8th and 2d; WEINSBURG, September 30th; NASHVILLE, October 4th; NAPOLEON, October 18th. 1 These Examinations will onen tt 9U o'clock, A.M., and close at 3 o'clock P.M. The class will not be open for admission of appli cants alter 10 o'clock. The Board hai tLone away with the practice of ante-dating certifi cates. No one is fully competent to engage a school till after obtaining a certificate from the isaarn oi scnooi examiner, it is required dv the terms of the school law, that everv teacher must oe qualified to teach Orthrogi-aphy.lteatl-ing. Writing, Arithmetic, Geography and Eng lish Grammar, and poesesse an adequate kDuwieugcDi a iiwrj' aou rnicucc oi j.eacn nr. So attention will be alven to aoDlicanla for private examinations. Testimonials of good inurat cnaracier, sivneu oy at least c wo respon sible persons, will be required of each candi date. These testimonials must be placed In a stamped envelope, unsealed, and addressed with the name and post-office of the candidate and presented on the day of examination. Cer tificates will he of four grades, to-wit: Six Months. Twelve Months. Eighteen Months. Twenty-four Months. Certificates of Six Months being verv low grade and trial certii cate, may be issued a second time to the same applicant, if circumstances require. A fee of 50 cents is required of every candidate in ad vanceof examination. By order of the Board. LEWIS A. BEEBOUT, Clerk. Jan. T72 23tf. F. SEAL, MASCFACTCHEB OP BOOTS, SHOES, ASD GAITERS, MILLERSBURG, OHIO. I WOULD respectfully announce to the pnb lie that 1 am prepared to till all orders foi making Ladies' & Gentlemen's In the best and most approved style. Keep none but the Beit Workmen and Warrant AU my Work. Repairing Done in Superior Style. atr w. aiai.xa. Oh, See! Just,See! MsinOn In 2Tew and Beautiful Catet. fflHIS Celebrated Instrument combines more I perfection than any other Reed Instru ment u tne market, resulting ma ThePatent Harmonic Attachment TheatentManu&l Sub-Bass, TheJPatent Knee Swell, ". The Patent Organ Bellows, The Patent Vox Jubilante, The Patent Vox Humana Tremolo These ImproTement belonr exclnsirelT to tho SSTsr OKGAN, which lor aweet, roll, round, sympathetic and powerful tone surpass ail omers. Send for Catalog-ties. J, EBERHAHT, Agent for Holmes and Ashland Counties. Carriage Trimming A3TD- HARNESS MArTTNa. E. H. Strubbo, BERLIN, OHIO, WOULD respectfully announce to the ettl Zens of Holmes and aritoininffeoiinties that he is prepared to do all work In his line and guarantee satisfaction. Harness Made to Order. He has the right tor this county for the PONS' PATENT TOG BUCKLE, which i su perior to ail outers. Jt9 None but the best workmen employed. E. H. , Aug. ao, ira. STEUBBE. Berlin, 0. nrsT nszn. ALDWia HIBZIB H. & B. HERZER, : Prod nee and Commission Merchantav BIALIM III Flour, Crain and Mill Stuffs, SALT, FISH. n una s n ai LIME Ac And Purchaser of WHEAT, BYE, WOOL. PRIED FEUJT, btjttebTeggs. AC At tie Mfmkse, Millersburg, Ohio. BHTATI01T HAIR GOODS. SWITCHES, HAIR ROLLS Chignons, Braids, &c. LATEST STYLES ! Very CHEAP for CASH at the BOOK STORE Ladiet Call and See Them. New Good And New Stylet. DAILY RECEIVING Call and tee them beforefbayinf elsewhere. Miltersburx, Nor. 7-meS. ClidmrAgency ! OLDEST IN TUB STATE. B. F. BROWN & CO., 116 Smithfield Street, FitU burgh, f Pen na, Collect Pensions, Boonty, Price Money, tc 8ecial attention paid to snspended aud reject ed claims. Applications by mail attended to as ii niatie in person. umbo DlKlIL FaENCH, HOSACK BBSB, n. fl. dlWlfLLOCIl. NEW 1RRMGEMEKT ! PLAimTG MILL AND Lumber TTard ! French, Reed & McCulloch, Hare -mnpleted their arranreraente and hare now in i oil operation ineir NEW PLAITING MILL ! And will keep constantly on band erery de scnption ox BUILDING MATERIAL Consisting in part of Lumber, Timber, Battens, siding, Lath, Shingles, Moulding a Flooring, surfaced & M aton ed Lumber, Doors and Blinds, Framesr Castings it Balusters, Newell Posts, Railings, Sash, etc., etc. f9Surfacing and Matching done to onlcr on khort notice. Builders Farmers an4 others In want of Lumber, er anything el in our line, at the mwcm prH-es, give ns a call. Office and Yard. West End of Main Street, near tne isriuge. French, Reed A McCulloch. Millersunrg. O.. Feb. S, 1SR. Mtf Dissolution. TUB Arm of E. Barton Co. has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. K. Bar ton going out of the flrni L. J. Ambler A H. Barton, nth Water St., Philadelphia, Fa., be ing fully authorized to settle the belnew oftha laMlrm. aUbAKTUN a CO. H?BArON. L. J. AUI1I.EB. K. BARTON. Dec, 6th, im. ERRORS OF YOUTH. A GENTLEMAN who tufered for yean front Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all theeffeet. of vmlhrnl indiscretion will tor the sake of suffering humanity, send free teail who need It, the recipe and direction for naaklng the simple renwdy by which ne was wind. Sufarcta wianinjr to nrolt ur tba ad by the ad nddressing. ertlter! axEMrhtnc ran do ao bT I Ml riwj connaanc. juas wvifl -lTr. Ho. Ce(ar au. New lark. Furniture, Furniture, At SPEAR & SONS, At SPEAR & SONS, West Liberty Street, THEY HATE THE Lsipst, Best i3 Gieaiest Fnraitare establishment in this section of tne State. Their stock is in endless Yanetv. ana UwiUpaf mil im nmd ofFmrmitmrm to call before pmrMMMmg iMCJMr x ney Manufacture All Their Own Furniture, And WARRANT every piece Their assort ment is complete, from the commonest to the rery finest, furniture made so order, if de sired. All they ask is a trial, feeling confident of giving entire sausiaci-ion. If you want anything in the Fnrnitnre line. yon can get it as reasonaofe agures ac SPEAR a sons, WOOSTER, O. tetf AiiiiliiEu! Can be bought CHEAPER ot A.B.FREY Terr day, than of sJtT onx who publishes to sell at jractory use prices, ii you van. a do as others are doing, prove the tbcth of this asseruon oy urug. iou uouiu see u IT W St ocb! Generally, Math best ever shown in Millers burg. Yon can't fail to observe the , place, for Shrimplin's Boots Jt Shoes are scattered all round the door just east of the place where you want to bay r Watches and Jewelry i Which Ibrstyle and beauty are not a whit be- mna JJOiiy varuen's vest. Boots, Shoes, AND LEATHER. HERE WE COME. Hew Goods, AT A. Shrimplin's Boot and Shoe Store. FILL MD TOTER STOCK OX HAND, And at Prices to suit Ev ery One. We take pleasure in saying to our customers mat we uaveuia Finest Stock or JJV THIS PLACE, And can suit yoa in prices and quality. Men's, Bom's and Youth's Boots, IX ABUNDANCE. Women's, Misses' and CJiil- dren's Shoes d? tiaiters, That will not bo undersold. We Hare First-Glass Goods, Come and son before ptirchaiinf. 200 Sides Prime Sole Leather, Cheap. Shoemaker's Tools and Findings, The very cheapest tn this place. jeOive us a call and we will do yon good. if A. tHftlMPLIN. BS9B HAM,lton's bucHU DANDELION. Removes from the blood the causes of RheU matism. by iocreasinir the action ui the KiD.Nhj ' andlJVLli. These arc the Scav engers of tlic bvsteni, and carry out it waste articles, wnicn, ii uut carried one, uccomc ruitful sonrc?s of diseases ami death. W.C. HAMILTON A CO., Cincinnati, Ohio. HJTrtTffW Ka.-ilv made with or Stencil Jc JaLwJiIJjX Kev-Che.fc outfit. irrnUrs free, rii afford Ma'u'fy Co 6 r ulton sU, . Y. WANTED. A reliable aud intelligent man of (rood address, to en?a in a ileir- able and lucrative busincs iiroductng: from $1,500 to $o.UU0 ier vcar. Address J. R. FOUI & ill., new lora; iosun: ,an-go;or aan Francisco. W AtM SjUVX SEWlSii M ALU INK for familv use, or act as agent, address VAH INtiTON StVTIMi MAC II I Ml CO Boston, Mass. PSYCHOMANCY.orSOUL CHRM INC. rlow either sex may la&iiuate aud gain the love and affections of any ierskn thev cnosh instantly- This simple mental ac qulremenc all can posses, free, by mail, lor 35c together with a marriage guide. Egyptian tian Oracle, Dreams Hints to Ladies Wed-ding-Night Shirts, Ac. A queer book. Ad dress T. WILLIAM & Co rubs., 1'lula. DOIT'T B deceived hut for coohs. colds, sore throat, tkjaracnes aud bronchial difficulties, use only Walls' Carlolc Talts ! Worthless Imitations are on the market, but the only scientific preparation of Carbolic Acid for Lnnsr diseases is when chemical! v combined with other well known remedies, as in these Tablets, and all parties are cautioned against using anv otner. In all cases of irritation of the mnens mem brane these tablets should be freely used, their cleansing and oeaiing properties are asicnmn- Be warned, never nezlect a cold, it is easily cured in its incipient state, when it becomes enrome toe cure is exceedingly uimcuix, use Wells' Carbolic Tablets as a siecinc. JOHN O. KELLOt;u .18 Piatt St.. Xew York. Sole Agents for the United State. Send for Circular, rrice 35 Cents a box. JAettierm ntl CownuraerM eui lor priee to tne Ntiuulaeinrcn. tfANDUZEN A TIFT, 133 X. 2i St., CINCINNATI. Free to Book Agents ! An Elegantly Round Canvassing Book for the best and cheapest Family Bible ever piiblisned, will be sent free of charge to any book agent. It contains nearly S0O fine Scrip ture Illustrations, and agents are meeting with nnprecedented success. Address, stating ex- perience, etc., & we will show yon what our agents are doing. NATIONAL I'LltUSHl-Mi CO. Chicago, 111., Cincinnati, Ohio, or St. Louis Mo. The immense sale, IO.OOO in one Month our LIVINGSTONEn-AFRICA is having, F30TSS it above all others the book tne Masses Want itgoes like Wildfire. OvertkJU pages, $2.5U. More agents WAM'tl). NatiaftA. Be not deceived bv misrcDresen- tatiocs made to prim off high-priced inl'eror worts, out senq for circulars anu see rut nr of statement A great success of our agents. Pocket companion, worth $10, mailed free BCBBARD BROS., Publishers, 7iJ Sansome Streat, Phil a. . AGENTS WANTED.-The most liberal terms ever offered. Exri,ORATiON8 IK AFRI CA. THZ DlSCOTERKR DISCOVERED. The adventures of a most adventurous life. A large octavo volume, splendidly illustrated. Contains incidents of the wonderful career of the Great Traveler, the Country, Animals, Na tives. Hunting &c The best digested Cyclo pedia of African Knowledge and Livingstones Explorations ever published. Full account ol How Stamklbt Found Livingstone. The only book endorsed by the Press. Send $1 for outfit, or write at once to Union Poblishiko Co., Chicago, 111. CRUMBS OF COMFORT The Ladies' Friend. Ask your grocer for it. Bartlett's Blacking! always a-ires satisfaction. Try it. Per al Blue for the laundrr bas no eqnal. SOLD BT GRO CERS. H. A. BARTLEl'T & CO, 115. 117 X. Front-stn Fhila, 143 Cnambers-et., X. Y.,43 Broad su, Bo$ton.j aM Agents J Wanted for xaintS". Sinners KJ OF THE JJ BIBLE. Its Patriarchs, Kings. Prophets, Rebels, Po ets, iTiesis, Heroes, v-omen, Aosties, roii ticians. Rulers and Criminals, Genial as Poe try and exciting as romance. Its execution i; fauttlets. Its illustrations are niatmificent. It is ust the book for the masses, or all who love History, the Study of Character or Cheerful Reading. Extra terms to Agents. Send for circular. Also, 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 success, because it is the most popular edition published. Canvassinsr Books free to working agents. Address Zeigler A AleCurdy, Phila- aeipnia, ra.; Cincinnati, u.; t. louis, aio. Apringnera, juaes. or cuicago, 111. BRIGGS & BROTHER'S ILLUSTRATED FLORAL WORE For January. 1873. now out. Issued as a qnar- terly. The four numbers sent to an IV address. by mail, for Si cents. The richest and most in structive illustrated ami descriptive Floral uiijue ever ununsnca . xnose oi our patrons who ordered Seeds last year and were credited with 95 cents, will receive the four Quarterlies for 1875. Those who order Seeds this vear will be credited with a subscription for 1874. The January number contains nearly 40u engrav ings, two superb colored plates, suitable for iraiumf, auiu iu unicu pi Hies oi our JforgUOIIb Floral Chromos. Information relative to t lev ers. Vegetables. Ac. and their cultivation.and an sucn maner as was lormeriy round in our Annual Catalogues, ion wi1 miss it n rnn order Seeds before seeing Briggs A Brother's Quarterly. We challenge comparison on qual ity of Seed and prices and sizes of packatres. Onr Calendar Advance 5heet and Price List for lisiz, sent iree. Auuress, ItKlUOS BKOTHKK, Seedsmen and Florists, Rochester, N. V Is uneanallcd bv anv known reraedv. It will eradicate, exterpate and thoroughly destroy all poisonous substances iu the Blood and will ef fectually despel all predisposition to billious derangement. is there want or action in your Liver r Mjleeny L nless relieve, at once, tt.e blod becomes impure by deleterious sec ret ions, pro ducing serotinous or sain uiseases, motcues, nave you a Dyspeptic stomacn x tern is debilitated with loss of vital force, pov erty of the blood, dropsical tendency, general w Harness or Lassitude. Hflv wou WAsknAM of the Intes tines I 1 ou are 1U danger of C (ironic Liar- rnea or tne areaiiui innammatiou oi tne iww els. Have you weakness of the Uterine vr w rural j viano You are exposed to suffering in the nust ag gravated form. Are you dejected, drowsy, dull, sluggish or depressetl in spirits, with headache, Imckachc, coated tontrucaiid bad tastinir mouth. For a certain remedy for all of these diseases weaknesses and troubles: forcleai.inir and pu rifying the vitiated blood and imparting vigor to an tne vuai forces; nr uinuug ni ami re storing the weakened contitutiou I'SK . Jurubeba which Is pronounceil by the leading medical author! t ies ut Londou and Paris The mot pow erftil tonic and alterative known to the medi cal world.' This is no new and untried discov ery but has been long used by the leading phy sicians of other countries with woudcriul re medial results. Don't weaken and impair the directive or- rans bv cathartics and utivsics. thev irive only iciuporary relie: iuUigetin. ilatuteucy, and ilyspeia with pile untl kiK!red diseases are sure to loiiuw tueir use. Keep the blood pure and health is assured. JOHN Q. KKT.IAIG;, 19 Piatt St.. Sew York. Sole agent for the I'm ted States. Price One Dollar icr Bottle. Scud for Circular 6 CHROMOS ! spbiisq rxowtRs. - srMv er iloweks." I aWHktllI. LTTtr WKKI.I.Y mm WllkIT CllUIS-j LTwo f Urwa Ckr.-rnxn r ft' rr rt ' W'UUji AGENTS, C. I). IJEEGLK, Plain A Ornamental PLASTEREE. Work warranted. AM orders promptly eT- eutad. Orders to be left at J. ill LViSB'S sure. a SoitlniiBloodi! NEW STORE, VEW GOODS, NEW AND New Prices. S. Tidball & Son, Arc now opening; one of the largest and finest stock of goods erer before suown in BLOOMFIELD. Their stock sonsists of STAPLE A"CT DRV GOO IIS, NOTIONS, - READY-MADE CLOTHM, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, Hardware Queensware. Groceries, &e.9 all of which will be mid low, for CASH or PKODUCK. Don't fail to call and see our goods and prices before purchasing. WANTED. 100,000 lbs. of Wool .lnlirercilntniirfctor. in BT.OOM F1KLD. 1 lor which the highest price in cash will be paid. . S. TIDBALL & SON. CLARK3 P. O, June , 183. 4Stf TEN REASONS WHY A Family should he without a hottU of WHITTLESEY intkthens, I at. It will relieve the worst case of B i 1 1 0 U Cholic or Cholera Morbus in 15 minutes. Xdv It will cure the most ohstimite case of Dyspepsia and Indigestion in a few weeks. 3d. It is the best remedy in the world for Slok Headache as thousands tan testify, if taken when the lirt sympion appear. 4th It is the bet diuretic eer put before the public; curing those digressing complaints. Diabetes and Gravel and oilier Urinary difficulties. 6th It h a most excellent Emmena gogue. and to the You n ft Girls, middle aged Women, and at the Turn of Life.thb remedy u of incalculable value. 6th. It will remove wind from the bowels, and hence a few drops in some sweetened water eivea to a babe k better than a dozen cordial to Relieve and make it Sloop d in? no anodvna. 7th. It is a sure relief for adults and children affected wuh Worms and Pin worms. It will bring away the worms. 8th It will cure the Piles and Hemor rhodial difficulties 9th. It will cure Con St I patlon and keep the bowels regular, it will aNo cure tne worst case of Summer Co m plaint and Dysentery 10th. It viil cure Sour fctomaoh, Stimulate tha Llvar to ) eaiihv action. Relieve He art-Burn and act a a general Regulator of the svstein. When taken dilnt the dre with Hucar an Water to a Win t-Class full and you n.ive pioaant ton ic. Whittley (Dysyepsia Cure) $t.oo per bottle. Whit:lcey Aiue Cure ?oc. per brittle. Whittlesey Cuueh Granules 35c. per bottle.-. SoU by .dl dciggasu and warranted. raittfesYy Prop. Bed. Co., Tokt, For sale by W. R. YEBGIX, Millers.bnrg, 45yl I I TRi O That Pale, Yellow. SicUr-Looldscr Skin Is changed to one of freshness and health. Those Dlsennes of vtbe SkJn, IMmplen, Pustules. Blotches and Eruptions are removed. Scrofula. Scrofulous Piseases of the Eyes, White Swell lug. Ulcer. Old Mores or any kind of Humor rapidly dwindle and disappear under Its Influence. In fact it will do you more good, and care yoa more speedily than any and all other preparations combined. Wbt is it I It is na ture's own restorer ! A soluble oxvd of iron combined wltb the medicinal properties of Poke Root divested of ail disagreeable quali ties It will cure any Chronic or lons fctandlns; Pis ease whose real or direct cause is bad blood. Rheumatism, Pains lu Limbs or Vmmmt, 1 saistitnUons bro ken dovrn by Mareurial or other poisons, are all cured by lk For Syphilis, or ftyphi- jiite laini, uiere is douudv; etuai to iu m. trinl will prove Is. ASK FOR JR. IR4MIHN C-OMJPOVXIt SlttlF OV rvK jttMta DK, CROOK'S WINE OF TIE Test TemrnorawvihlM teat has proved Dr.Crooit 'a wlan fXar to nave more merit than any similar preparation ever offered to the public. It is rich In the medicinal qualities of iv, ana nnequaieu ior diseases of the Throe IiSiBiare, performing the moat remarkable cores. It efieottiaiiy cures all Coaghs and fnlais It has cured so many cases of Astauan, asnt Broaichirim, Uiatlt has been pronounced a speelno Tor these com pUlnta. For Paine Im she Breast, Side or Back, oirnrel er KM new die diseases of the lm mry Ortnain. J.tlfs ar anv MA va C'i It ban no eo uai. ma HMsysten. KcataM. tli. Wk aa4 DbUltatod. Caa tat. Fawal Uirfrt. Bcmaffa rsepsuaa. mimii. Pmtsli alartaon 1 even, KlTts tawM tcysHariura 15jl REWARD For anvcase ut" blind, Pdeeding. Itehiug or I icerateit i-ne mat IB Btso 9 Pilk Rem KDT fails to cure. It i: prepareil expressly to eure i ne i i ies "u notliinz etc. Sold by all Pruicxists. Price, a.ou. k m lEAif S Unrtmerm l LireaTJUiTer ! t bniwav. n itter at Kry L" Towr tw, r pan nml txtklHt ts smmil month! tnltiiieni. i.'JCJTO I'AKLOR OKOAX. tk mM$ tmtini tyl ami ptrfoct ttmetr nmmV. IllHtrttii nt jlVm faiti(iU kmrt Jtumisand JVwWc MtreAatw- tA'A Prday! Agents wanted! Allctas- (llv "esof wurkinir Deeide.ot either mv yotingor old, make more inonev at work turns in their spare uiotnentb, or all tbe time, than at anviiiinir eie. rarxiruiar rree. .uimi t.i Sttnsua A Co., Porttaad, Me, AvI Best li i tie West ! Atchison, Topeka L .Santa Fee iL tL jmZt a. jar w s THREE MILLION ACRES Situateti in and near tbe Arkansas Valley, the rinest rorttua ot ktuu. Eleven years Tredit. Seven pert'ent. Interest. Ttj percent, reuueuon to semera who improve. A Free Pom to Land Bnyertt THE FACTS about this Grant are I-ow Prices, Long Credit, and a rebate to settlers of nearly oue-fuurth; a rich oil aud splendid climate; thort and mild winter; early plaut- niir and no win terms or kH-k: ileutvoi raia- fall and just at the right season; Coal, Stone and lirick on tne line; cneap rates on Lumber, Coal, Ac; no Lauds ownei) by speculators; Homesteads and Pre-emption now abundant; Unit -class Railroad oa tbe line of a great through route; Products will pay for Land and Improvements. It Is the best opportunity ever offered to the public, through the recent completion of tbe road. Forelrcnlara and general Information, iklress. A- K. TOI ZAUX, Manager Land Department, t3m3 Torn a, Jlan. TNI. i.000 I BJ WANTED ttm P.'J.B.BURRSHYCE, 1-0- 8 J1,! PUBLISHERS, "f7vjL lp ' AGENTS WASTED FOB THE FUNNY SIDE. OF PHYSIC. 800Paes,250 Engravings A staltllne ex nose of Medical Humbnirs of the past and prdseut. It ventilates Quacks, Impostors. Traveling Doctor. Patent Medi cine Venders. Noted female Cheats. Fortnne Tellers and Mediums od gives interesting accounts of Noted Physicians and Narratives ot their lives. It reveals startling secrets and instructs all now to avoid the ills wnicn oesa is heir to. We give exclusive territory and liberal commissions. For circulars and terms address the publishers. J. B. tiL'iLJt fc HYDJ Hartiord, Conusor Chicago, 111. AGENTS WANTED FOE THE Great Industries Of the UnttedStates. ' 13tt) pages aDd 50U engravings, printed in English and German. Written by 30 eminent authors, including John B. Gough. Hob. Leon Case. dward Howland, Rev. E. Ldwin Hall, Phillip Ripley. Albert Brisbane, Horace Gree lev, F. B. Perkins, Ac. This work is a complete history of all bran ches of industry, processes of manufacture, Ac in all ages. It is a complete encyclopedia of arts and manufactures, and is the most enter taining and valuable work of information on sntojects of general interest ever offered to the public. It is adapted to the wants of the mer chant, manufacturer, farmer, mechanic, stu dent and inventor, and sells to both old and young of all rlasse&.The book is sold by areata who are making large sales in all parts of the country. It is offered at the low iriee of $3.50, and is the cheapest book ever sold by subscrip tion. No family should be without a copv. We want ageuts in every town in the United States, and no agent can fail to do well with this book. Our terms are liberal. We give our agents the exclusive right of territory. One of our agents sold 138 copies in eight days, an other sold 3ti3 in two weeks. Our agent in Hartford sold 397 in one week. Specimens of the work sent to agents on receipt of stamp. For circulars and terms to agent address the publishers. J. B. Ill-Kit HYDE, Hart ford, Connor Chicago, in. ' WE HAvFiN PRESS A NEW BOOK Br a well known and popular author, on a en tirely new subject. The book wilt be profuse ly illustrate I and handsomely botmd, ami will sell readily to all elates. Agents wishing to secure territory should applv at once. J.B.BURR & HYDE; Publishers. Hartford, Conn-, Chicago, III- Cincinnati, O. Ayer's For restoring to Gray Hair its A dressing which is at once agreea ble, healthy, and effectual for preserv- g the hair. soon re stores faded or gray hair to its original color, with the gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thickened, fall ing hair checked, and baldness often, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore the hair' where the follicles are destroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed ; bat such as remain can be saved by thia annlinaiion. and stimulated into activity, so that a new growth of hair is produced. . Instead of fouling the hair with a "pasty sediment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will present the hair from turning gray or falling o and consequently prevent baldness. The restoration of vitality it gives to the scalp arrests and prevents the formation of dandruff, which is often so uncleanly and offensive. Free from those deleterious sub stances which make some prepara-. tions dangerous, and injurious to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit, but not barm it. If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else can be found so desirable. Contain ing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white caTnhriv and ret lasts long on the hair, giving it a rirh, glossy lustre, and a grateful perfume. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Sl Co., Vntctleal anil Analytical Cuemisla. .T.aimz.. mass. SOLD nT ALT. nnrcniK rrTRTw:TTir Ayer's Gherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throat and Iangs, such as Coughs, Colds, Whooptuai Cou&h, Bronchitis, A nth ma, and Coxxaimption. " Among the great discoveries of mod iern science, few are of more real value IV lUtUlaUUU lUaK this effectual rem edv for all diseases kof the Throat and Lungs. A vast tri al of its virtues, throughout this and other coutitries, has shown that it does rarelv and effectnanv control them. The tes timonv of our best citizen, of ail cbws es tablishes the fact, that Chzkkt Pectokju. will and does relieve aud cure the afflicting disorders of the Throat and Lungs beyond any other medicine. The most dangerous affec tion of the Pulmonary Organs yield to its power; and cases of Consumption, cured bv this preparation, are pubiicrv known, so remarkable as bardlv to be believed, were thev not proven beyond dispute. As a rem edy it is adequate, on which the public may rely for full protection. By curiii Covcb3 tne loreroiiners ot more senous disease, it saves unnumbered lives, and an amount of sntferiru; not to be computed. It challenges trial, aud convinces the most sceptical. Every family should keep it on hanu as a protection acainst the early and un perceived attacks of rulinonary Alleciiotis, which are easily met at flrt, but which become inenra ble, and too often fatal, if neglected- Tender lung need this defence; and" it is unwise to be without it. As a safeguard so children, amid the distressing diseases which beset tho Throat and Chest of childhood, Chekky Pectoral is invaluable; for, by its timely use, multitudes are rescued from premature craves, and saved to the love ana affection centred on tlicm. It acts speedily and surely gainst ordinary colds, securing son rid anli health-restoring" sleep. No one will suffer troublesome Influenza and painful Broo chitbs when'they know how easily they caa be cured. Originally the product of lorn;, laborious, and successful chemical investigation, no cot or toil is s(iared in making every bottle in the minoKt possible perfection. It 'mar be conn den tly relied upon as possessing all the vir tues "it has ever exhibited, and capable of producing cures as meniorable as the greatest It has ever effected. raxrARKo bt Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Choniata. aou ar all DBtrooisTS irutwuu. F U K X IT U RE. LEMON fc WEISE Theol.laml well known Arm of lesson and u ori'iltburgn. Pa, mannfarturen of CaliM Fumitire i Ctes, Have Removed to No. Ill Fourth Avenue, Opposite their Old Stand, . here they continue the business ia all Its urancnes. inm Tbe oldest and most reliable institutioa sor ob taining a Mercantile lulHcatioa. Practical business men as instructors. for information, write tor a eirrnlar. to ttoom P. 1L F' t SONa, Pittsburgh, Pa. Hair Vigor mi m t m a.