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XfO OA. Xj s - Hhxebsbctm,0 : : Apvil 10, 1873. Notice to Subscribers. , Oubseriben always ten haw thef Oertption Hraititudi,bT looking at tbe jrero wn wvir oa in MilrM taue imtcdoa thentarrieof the nauer. 1 fcie tv . mitow the axs. t data to which subecriptioa baa beta paid. Then may possibly be tone mistakesla the dates. If so oar sabaeriuers v ui please let mi Know what they are. Change in Mail Time. . Ob and after Friday, November, lsC, Hie nail pUng Korth wiU dose at 10:45 a. M. All Jeuen for tttatauu most be in by that time. Man going Soulii will close at 3 r. at. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. ADVANCE PAYMENT. Tbe credit system in the newspaper business scatters small rams of money, 'acrsrretratinff a large amount to each nubJ Utter, over a Tast extent of country rendering collection from tardy debtors next to impossible and is therefore pro ductive of great loss to pubiinnerR. , Paper, ink, labor and all other son roes or expenditures in newspaper oinoes reauire cash.' Better turners can be published when paid lor in advance than when the pro--fjrietsjrs are -paeated for tootiey to meet ? Use daily ssemrul aude apon toera. There is little doubt that a law of Congress win, in a few months, require postage to be paid on all papers sent through the mails, and that it most be paid In advance by the publishers. In view of tbe foregoing, and other eon aide rations wtiicn it is not deemed necessary to enumerate, the under signed, publishers of tbe Holmes Coun tyKcniBLiCAX and Holmes County .For mer, agree to adopt the pay-in-advance system, to send no papers from their respective offices from and after tbe , ' '.-fikst bat" of Jtnr xrxr, ,j't unless tbe same be paid for in advance. WHITE 4 CUNNINGHAM:, i Publishers of j - HoLMZS COUXTT KKPCBUCAX, -- ESTILL A NEWTON, ; Publishers of Holmes County farmer. Mrs. Battin. Desires ns to say that she is fitting up tbe room over MeCormlck's Jewel ry store, and that she Is going east this wekt6nt aar entrr new stock of Millinery anS Fancy Ooods.- Our lady readers will be pleased to see tills an nouncement " ' . as" Berlin Select School Wttf'bpen its Spring Sessionof twelve weeks, April 7th, 1873, under the in- atnietioir'trf Jbe exparieoflttl eduaator ier. C..C. Gould. Tnitioa per session : la Latin and the Higher Katbematict, $5,25; the foMaNrbrancaes43,r5. Board- Ins8 can' be bad off Very reasonable Domestic Family Bible. R W, Jones of Froriericknbnr will canvass '. Itilleraburg the latter part of this week .and tiext for the "Domestic Family Bible.,, We have carefully es amlned this work and And it to be the laMbaad aanat .useful Bible we have ever seen Without exception.' Jt Js a perfect eyrfopedlaof HMIcal knowledge. Mb. Jones' is geaeral agent for four counties aadisaelliag for Xowrtepf OeveIanL T l i I I ir i I i '. Firemen's Election. At the annual election oi officers for IpfibucK (fin) iOootpanjr,' held mn.Siu lardayvAnisa April 5th, 1873, the fol ; lowing persoirsj', Wefe choseif for tlie ywrJSTS: ' -'," -' i', fortavnt Robyisoi French ; A nislnni Foreman ' Jacob Myers; j itstMoteeAm-Silainei M. Forba; ! .i. AtsiMUmt Mftmmit Jottn Ackeret ; j as tbe Secretary E. J: Doerf -r ; S I or ,Trearer IX. IS. JL'unnlogliaui. ki. w ! .1. i - Dirty Pavements. thereaTe a' few 'pavements or side walks-tu eertaii portions of our tow a 4hai aire kept in a - most filthy manner. rCowf we avowed o; stand aroani and even sleep npon hem during the night It bartattea! berw onder to us that tbe Street CoBxmSssi)3ij tJoeTootseeto harfnjg' tHert 'torlrtn.'No one par . baas wtoaes to lay. in complaint which most certainly ought to" be done. ' It Is seldom that ladies ean pass over them without sollingtbeirclothing. Letthis witteiim attend" M wromptty. 3t on in the tbe Dirty Pavements. Old Papers. t- WbibJ tearing down tbe old CritcH Held. baiUBng . a few days ago, several old papers .were found in the garret. Oaa was the "Tuscarawas Chronicle' dated July 8th, 1831. It was No. 31 of Vol. XII. The first page contained tl "Receipts and Expenditures" of Tus carawas county. About three fourti of the whole paper Is filled with adver. tiseinents. i There was also found k "MUlersbarg Gasette" of the same year, 1831. Several other papers of in terest were also found. I be Death of Mrs. C. P. Daily. It is with pain that we record the death of aae who was well known in our community and ' who had many warn friends here. Mrs. Chas. P. Daily, Atrmerly Miss Cooly died at Chattanoo- ga, Tean.,' on tbe-f st Inst. -Her babe was am-a oa tbe 25th of February and lived only eleven hours. Since that she was onable te rally -strength enough to recover, and lingered until the morning of tbe 1st when she quietly yieldedlip her spirit to tbe God who gave it with a firm hope and belief in her Redeemer. She united with the Presbyterian church of Millersburg a short time before she left for Tenn and bad lived an exem. plary life Her disease was Puerperal fever, as will be seen by tlie obituary notice in to-day's paper. Mr. Daily has the sympathy of all our people in this bis sore trial. of Result of Election. Below we give tlie result of the elec tion on Monday in Hardy township, and Millersborg Jkir6rati6n.J The other townships we have not beard from. Republican in Italics: Democrat' m Kooian r - - r at Millersburg Corporation. COUNCIL. George Schnorr, James A. Estill, ' . ,. . Henry Herser, J. Mulwnt, ' - B. C. Brmcn, 8. Hector, . ... 198 193 l'JS 49 4C STREET COMMISSIONER. James French, . ' , . . . John Coffey, "' - , . . ' . 198 4 MARSHAL. Wm.L Forbs, S. Loutker. 159 80 Hardy Township. TRUSTEES. Hosack Reed, George Reed, Philip De Greif, . Jauut Tidball, Alfred Calhoon, 4X8 2fi3 173 98 HI ' 8C Omrgr Adams, -James ASSESSOR. Hanna, 281 D. Hendertvn, 9U CLERK. 277 R. . W. Tanneyblll, . F. Ewing, D. , 88 TREASURER. A. Shrimplin, A.B. Budy, ; ' : 1 . - 281 Hit CONSTABLES. James Albertson, 1 Joshua Stuber, ' Geo. Robbins, ., y A. B. Emertou, 270 2; 2; 8 .Cheapest school in the country at Smitbviile. Business Changes. Tberc have been quite a number of changes aad removals oa or aboutthe 1st of April ' among our basiness men. Among others we notice that W. R. Pomeroy has opened out a Dental room up-stairs over Maxwell's Clothing store. His friends will be glad to know that be baa again opened out Max well's have moved their Clothing store into the room lately occupied by Chcrryholmes' Sboe Store. Tbey have a fine stock of goods on band and will have all the time.. .. W.H. Ganl A Bro. can now be found in tbe roan vacated by Maxwells'. They keep good sup ply of meats of all kind on hand, also stock of groceries.... As we have men tioned before Jacob Cherry holmes may be found la his splendid room in tbe new National Bank Block, where he will jell boots, shoes, fcc cheap .1. A. 'lepold has gone into the room lately occupied.by E. H. Hull as a ing machine room, opposite Commercial Block. He sells groceries, runs and a variety of other things. New depot in the same room Geo. Voglemay be found one door east of Uhler ft Mc Dowell's store, where tbe bast of gro ceries can be bad. Notions of all kinds also kept.. :. Dagan ft WUberow sup ply oar people with bread and cakes at tbe old stand opposite tbe Postoffice T. L. Pierce is nicely located in Com mercial Block, second floor, front rooms, over Sboup's Stove and Tin store. First class Dental work done ...Gasche ft Nussbaum . have got into their new store room, and have a Una stock of Hardware on hand ready for tbe spring trade Albertson ft Neiswandermake their appearance opposite tbe Postoffiee, and band oat as nice beef as ean be had anywhere G.F. Lang,baving bought out B. J. Young's Bakery is now hav ing a good trade as he richly deserves. His bread and nice things are a great improvement. Ladies, there is no use heating up your house' and sweltering over a hot stove when you can get such nice bread and cakes s cheap Step into SliriBjplin's Shoe- store and we meet Gill Confer1' genial faeeTPldy to w" wu j wi. utwe unu u MiW kKiVD STifisoiiliil 4 Tjoffiry, and are doing a good business. J . If yon gat into a tlht place : and .want: to borrow ' son money :, step into tbsarar Bank ing House of J. ft G Adams dti Main street, nearly opposite tbe "Empire House,'! and yon oa be accomasodated. Tbeir new building Is bow about com pleted both inside and oat and il a great improvement to tba town. :Tbea step two doors farther east and we Ind Messrs. Cameron ft Beecber busy sell Agricultural Implements ' They have not yet got fully under way. ... A. Waits can. fw fonnd. one door-west of Bird's aotblng' store.'1" Fashionable tailoring done in the best possible man ner,.'. .Next week D. Wbolf aad Sam! Tidball will take possession of tbe store of J. E. Koch, jr., which, they have purchased Dix ft Son have consolidated their, two shops into one, and have refitted their room two doors east of Xegelspacb'a. , ; Easter Sunday. Next Sunday is Easter. This day is kept by certain religious denominations tlie festival of the resurrection of our Lord, or tbe Christian Passover. According to tbe Mosaic law, tbe Pass over among the Jews was celebrated on 14th of Abib, afterward called Ni- san, that is within a day or two before after tbe vernal equinox. The early Christian differed in the time of cele brating this feast The churches in West taught, as they declared, by Philip and St Paul, observed the nearest Sunday to the full moon of Ni- san without taking account of the day which the passover was celebrated. The Asiatic churches on the other hand, accordance as they said with the tra dition derived from St John, followed Jewish Calendar, and adopting the 14th of Nisan as tlie day of crucifixion, celebrated tbe festival of Easter on the third day following, whatever day of week that' Blight be. Saving occa sional disputes, matters continued in state until tbe time of Constan tinei who bad tbe subject brought before die council of Nice, A. D. 325. The ques tion was full discussed, and finally settled for tbe whole church by adopt ing the rnle which makes Easter day to always tbe first Sunday after the full moon which happens apon or next after March 21 ; and if the full moon happen on a Sunday, Easter day is the Snndayyafter. VBy this y arrangement Easter may come as early as March S2d and as late as April 35th. -' rrf Easter Sunday. Some Advice. Never marry a man, an til yoa see him eat Let him pass through the or deal of eating Boft, boiled eggs. If be can do 'it, and leave bis table-spread, the napkin aiuPbls shirt natpotORi, take him. Try next a spare-rib, t Jie accomplishes fins tea Without-pntflng out one of bis eyes, or pitching tlie bones into your lap, name tbe wedding day he'll do to tie to1' ' -'"i's' : Cooning. An honest old fanner np in Wayne county had a tree on bis premises be wanted ent down, but being weak lu the back, and having a dull ax, he hit upon tbe following plan : Knowing the passion among his neighbors for coon hunting lie made a coon's foot out a potato, and proceeded to imprint numerous tracks to' and. up tbe tree. When all ready he informed bis neigh bors' - that the tree must be filled with coons, pointing to the external evideisce made with his potato foot The bait took,andina short time half a doaen fellows, with sharp axes, were chopping the base of the tree, each faikhig their regular torn. Tlie party also brought dogs and shot guns, and were iu ecsta- cies over tlie anticipated haul of fat coons. The tree( finally fell, but nary coon was seen to drAp," .1 A "Pass" that Wouldn't Pass. A well-known gentleman of Pitts burgh, who.se connection, ia an official way, with the yVate Government , 1 cures him an ample supply; of annual passes on alt the railroads running out of the city, a few days ago lent his pass a clergyman ; friend of Ills, who wished to bike a trip on tbe P. R. R wltiiont tbe customary Mtpeuse. Now, happens that MfJ fla$4 Is i large fleshy man, who wig jvf ig 4 little lass than tour hundred M'nifls, perhaps, and his reverend frWhsUsBl tWoppo slte description, being very till and slender. When the pass was presented, at once occurred to the conductor that his friend. bad Very onteriaBy wasted away since bis last trip: and lie accord ingly put the question to tbe reverend gentleman, who hint .to, ackflO ledge the corn, and tliencoiidBctor took np the pass. t.:r: " '..'.. i.ntl 1 " CelictrtM.' ' 'j. ' " There will lie two concerts given at the Brick Church, In Paint .Valley, Thursday and Friday nights, April 10th and lltli. All are invited. Both nights equally good. Change of programme second evening. -Admission 25 rts. J. C. Busbey, Organs, aqd A. Jolinston, leauer. , -. n. TWO SIDES OF LIFE. There if a shady aide of lite. And a tannr side as well. And tis Sm- every one to sar - On which he'd choose to dwell; For everr one onto htasselt Cesaaiiai a enemas sin. Who bars the Messed sunshine eat,' And shuhi she shadows in. The ektadt any wear tbelr saddest rabfi, wn m ace le ami te. And nmv, with her croon or ills. Mar thnatea a the while; . Bat Mill tbe cheerful heart has power a seaoeaai so piorrae. ... i Aad those whose soata) are dark ! L well oa life's shad j side. .. . . , H TOWS AKB OCT. I Election day was wet as usual. The weather is eettinx auite snrin like Discourteav in little thins is a sane uestroyer or home affections. i We have had several thunder show ers of late. Spring advertisensenta bow in or der. ; Bembrandu Courtney ft Apple- ton, tx Perfumed 'hlottisMT caner is the latest. . ; v -, . . a Black wTIfjust be worn as much as ever. r. . - j A Railroaders feel better" sprinir approaeBes. i . -. ,. $ i 5 : . v - . --A Miami, tK, cane hxi ieen "lian ded dowB' a family IJJjan.! ? j . titta . MiMaoms jag -wtid owers are the favorites for spring bonnets. All kind of pictures at Hall's fral- lery. t , . iau Garden maldne has proBTessed live ly during tne past tew days. j Ship-'o-the-line After crossing the eijuaiur. n...... Taking the pledge A pawnbroker accepting collateral. Tbe Rkpcbmcah wants to know where yon-moved to. " "i V. ,1 IngersoU, Democrat, is elected Gov- ernoror uonnecucut. kM Rev. Gibson has returned from his visit in Iowa. He seemed much pleased witn tne country. t Saturday was quite a warmdav. The heat eatae so suddenly that it Set nam witn a great many. For midsummer, linen nit wkh sleeveless vests of dark Napoleon blue linen wWJ.yrwy.fX W f Tbe neatest mortifioation ana can sufTer is to feel that wa are of no use in tne world. -- - Oh, what nice Dhotocranhsf Wheae did you get tbem, at Cleveland t . Oh, no; at sjonruiey a Apple tan's. " tt Several interest! nr Item, have- to be laid over till next eek, having come w us tuo wte lorinseruoti uus weea. It is not advisable id tro out of doors without anything on your head, or Into society wiuiont anytning in It To what would man takinsr break fast with his betrothed be layMt likely to object? To take any butter (but -A eony .of 41ie r"Remiblscli Advo cate'' published In ' Woostet, Saturday, Dec 8tb, 1827, by Jos. CI in ran was also round la tbe old Crttchneld Block ' Fit u the bird-boxes In vont vanls and gardens, if yoa ' would enjoy royal in ru -concerts we -aeauag spring and summer mornings. - .. 1 We foreet all the hardsbiBa'-of tbe past winter in Jubilation war the ma ple tngar season, and cbeerfally ask, s nai l tne ouus so long as it'awppy Lace handkerchiefs are growing too common among tbe wealthy to be asnionaoie witn tne servant atris bt um-asu. - It . It was aa Irishman who tvantod to find a place where tiiere was no death, tiiat be might go and spend his days there. 1 y .;- .. .", 1 A Fort Wayne, Ind.. telesrrara gars Hibbier, who murdered bis wile, has been sentenced to Imprisonment for life. ' i We furnish Envelops with a Busi ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as the blank envelopes can be purchased elsewhere. , . - I Messrs. Fair ft Strome of Bloom- field have purchased the store of 3. Tid bnll ft Son, and are running the busi ness quite lively. Tbey are men who a refitted for tbe business, and we have no doubt tbey will succeed well. A lot of black fish were , driven ashore by some unseen enemy- on tbe ernanuina beacn recently. One dish was twenty-three feet long, and made two barrels ot oil. The oil of the cap tured ones will sell for $10,000. ' , ... I The complaints of disgusting odors and injurious effects produced by the of Pa ratine Oils on machinery are inexcusable, so - Ion? as manufacturers can obtain the pure Sperm and Tallow Oils made by.E-,H. Kellogg, of New x one, at the low prices he advertises. , Threehin? Machines. Horse Powers. Reaping andMowine Machines. Sulky nay naKes, ..flows, Jtoau scrapers. Farm Bells, or-castings of almost any kind can be bought at tbe sbops of the Millersburg Macbi tie Cam panyt gnaatr ly reduced prices. " " 25tf 1 be Purest and Sweetest Cod-Liver Oil ia Hazard ft Caswelfs, mode on the sea shore, tram rresu, seieetexl llversby Caswell, Hazard ft Co., New York. It absolutely pure and sweet fatlents who have once taken it prefer it ta outers.' royaasians naveaeeitica 11 an. periot to any of tm otiter . ails hi mar- kef 32w4.' " Heaven tern nera the urinal to aha shorn lain." But for the targe herds of buffalo that roam -fife west, many frontier settlers Would' llave suffered for food" lie past slintaWLBuatUo tarnished thousands of these new settlers meat, while tbey lateebwiiisaibltis! stein the sale of tbe hides to buy clothing. Now that spring has come and tbe bison bas grown poor, fat geese, brant and docks by the hundreds ot tnousanus nil tin air, and tbe settlers haveauother source of supp'.ies while they put In" tbeir crops.: . x'f. A preparation so widely and favor ably known as Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Benewer, needs few words of praise from us. This compound has wen Its way to the highest favor In tbe public mind ; and multitudes, who have vainly used other remedies for the res toration of their hair, have, on trying tbe Sicilian Reuewer, been made glad by tlie speedy restoration of their gray hair to its natural color, and tbe thin locks thickened up." as iu the days of early youth. It also prevents tbe hair tailing out, makes It soft and glossy, and is altogether the best 11 reparation for its intended purposes before the public. i'luaoarya varomew.. , j ' I I -i-One form of Casarrli'besiniJ Vith uneasiness of nose; the nose is obstruc ted by tbe thickened lining membrane and leeis dry, a desire to pick lt,-bleeds a little, sores sooa start aprsad and get deeper, crusts form on them large and hard to .get away, matter discharges, nesti rts eaten and tne none uecaj s; breath very offensive and face becomes isngureu. . Terrible disease I, Mottling will cure but ur. i leree's uolden Med ical Discovery taken earnestly to cor rect the blood and system , locally, use Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy, a healing snecinc, and to apply 11 properly, ur. Pierce's Nasal Douche. . This reaches all the diseased parte. -All these sure means of eure sold together for $2 by uruggists. .... . . sua. India Ink pictures at Hall's Gal- 1 ...... , -10.P .- ter let the you at fyou hn lift ing ber r - a ' steward af Merit. The following strong certificate as to the curative virtues of Miss Sawyer's Salve, we clip from tbe Patten' Voice '' We are happy to ,Hy before our readers tlie following cure, effected by the use of Miss Sawyer's Salve. Mr. Silas Bryant of 'Sherman, has been afflicted lor. yearn wit what tlie doctors pronounced a Mcrululoun cancer. He con stilted the most skill fnl physi cians in vain, anu was nuaii; uiuueeu to try Miss Sawyer's Salve and now af ter using the fourth box, hn bt entirely cured, aiid enjoys pejTect health, tf . ."' - ft -Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery, of or Lost, On Sunday, 0th Inst, by Hiss Fann Weston,' a White Ostrich Plume. ' t be finder will be liberally rewarded , by leaving the same at Weston ft Huston opposite Post Office. j Burglaries in Wooster. Wooster had three burglaries last Sat urday night: Tbe jewelry store of A. Braunick was entered and goods to tlie amount of be tween two and tbree hundred dollars ta ken ;the residence of Mr J. Fox was en tered and a watch valued at two ban died and twenty-live - dollars - , in money taken from a bed-room, and the bouse of Mr. Jacob Frick bursrlarized of a watcn wona one nana red and tuty dollars. Tbe entrance to tbe jewelrv store was effected by forcing open, the front doors, and the bouses by turning use Key irons ine outside, ao clue yet to tbe burglars. triday afternoon a are destroved tbe stable of Prof. Gregory, of tbe Uni versity. Hen-andrums. Why is a ben immortal? Her son never Bets. ' Why have chickens no hope in the future? They have tbeir next world (necks twirled) in this. l; -'- Why Is a ben on a fence like a cent? Head on one aide tail on the other. Why don't hens lay at night ? Then they are roosters. -. e . Why is the first chicken of a brood bke the mainmast of a ship? A little forward oa tbe main batch. Why Is a chicken just batched like a cows tail? Neverseenbefore.fi ' Why should not a hen cross tbe road ? It would be a fowl proceeding. If a ship captain had no eggs, what would he do? Lay to (two). . Ana,, to conclude, a hen is a poor economist, becaase for every grain she gives a peck. Advice Gratis. A word or two to teamsters and own ers of steeds may not be out of place just now: uben you have occasion to stop your team while in town, make it point to stop it right on tbe street crossing. This will afford yon a fine opportunity of bearing pious people swear, and besides yoa will have the exquisite gratification of seeing them nounderJne.jnud and soiling their clothes iMheeffqrt t ge around your veuicic. If you happen 1 'tb "be? Yn town on horse-back, and want to trausact some business or "see. tba airhts in the vil lage, bertre to lilttlf jiur (torse to tbe finest maple tree you can get your eyes on. . He will "go for'? that tree at once, and the way he will make the bark fly will cause yon to laugh all over. In ad dition to tbe sport bis operation yields you, you can indulge in the pleasant re flection that it will take aconpleof dol lars and a few years waiting for the owner of that tree to repair damages. 1 Too True. When a woman falls from virtue or even to "suspicion," the tongue of ev ery woman, will ran with, lightning speed to assist in rushing iter down the hill.--Wbaa.lhe same wont meet a mstwiM4s' a "Uebanehe f in every sense ef the word,' whose reputation as dishonorable scoundrel Is well estab lished,, tbey .will smile and "do-the preftjT to the j best Of their- ability. Who can tell why such is the ease? It indeed a rarity to fiud charity in wo man for woman. Such is not only tbe case at the present time, bat such has always been the case. It seems to mat but little bow low a man may have sunk, woman will smile on him ; but woman once transcend the rules of propriety and she is hopelessly gone forever, ia woman's estimation. -yWe arwnw apologist for erime or degra dation, but we think It equally as de grading in man as woman.' uJ i . To Young Men. Some odd genius, who. evidently novi Jhiog 'or'Cwo'-'fetve. the fol lowing advice ) youhg-mrK who de- lieirff, on' tbelfatberrfbi'theif future support i wt.ltlwAV li Come, off with your coat, clinch the , the plow handles, ax, the pick-ax, spade anything that will enable to stir your blood! .Fly around, your jacket rather than be the pas sive recipient ot the old gentleman's bounty!' Sooner than play the dandy dad's expense, hire yourself out to stop bolesorwatcb. the-bars, and when think yourself entitled to a resting spelled it on- your own nook.. Get up tlie morfrfng tnrn-iround fit-least twice before breakfast help ' the. old gentleman, give him now and then a in business, learn how to take the lead, and not dependent forever oa be led; and you have no idea how tbe principle will benefit yo. - D4h49yud amrw';- itV7r-w4ilefem to breatt'"! ftftaBgaoSpMn MB s am frtml,Vreaa a garth. wakTto new idestiny--eBU nronaaay -begin to aspire to manhood. ; '-'i"-:i"i '.Vi Pincky. an we kDOw of.is1.he betUsrrbalf otfloe of oar laJnlstort. All the wtnter she bs need - edaeistern pump. The cover, too, had rotted through, and she feared that when warm weather should come and little" children played fc the jrard, they migb'tj JalJ " through (and "become angela Jar -too,doi.v The matter had been laid before the deacons, time and again, but tbe cistern remained uncov ered and tbe water still had to be dipped with a pail, so last week this courageous woman went about among the people and. coUeeted ananey .eaough to make everything handy for tbose -. who- may next occupy tne parsonage. Moat wo men would not have had the requisite plnck to raise the- wind- in "this waytr iron ratiey jsepontr. .. Try our new lights-Courtney." Ap pleton'a, a i,.ir.,i:.i.r tJC ; ' The Hataniit City Bed Spring. ' This is the name of anew Bed Spring manufactured at'Fti Wayne by A'."J. Emrick & Co., and' for sale at the Fur niture store of Taylor ft Sharp, Millers burg, O. We have rled these springs and Hke them jrerymarp.'),' Tbelrraat iruckicuiue uvuHiy ia iieir ciiuapiicas, being only tl a set Tbey can be at tached to any bed, anj are durable and lasting. We have seen nothing of the kind that we consider so useful at such low price:' 'Call aftu 'see them' at tbe store rooms, of Taylor ft Sharp, Mill ersburg, O. . ,323. Crayon pictures at Hall's Gallery, tf Stationery. To all who are In need of paper, en velopes, .fcc, plain or fancy, we would state, that we have a good assortment hands, and are fi tting np the room back of the Post Office, where samiiles our stock can -be seen. - Tlie best brands of Cap, Legal Cap, Fools Cap; Note Heads, Bill lleailg Jitter Heads' note anu Letter rapcr, alwayson hands Knvelopes of all styles and colors. Our paper anil envelopes are of the best quality, and will be sold at the very lowest figures. Persons wishing to have their cards printed on their envelopes, letter heads, can have it (lone at lit tle expense. - Please remember that all kinds of Stationery can be had at wholesale or retail, e-. Shadow pictures at Hall's Gallery. [From Springfield Daily Republic.] Letter from L. Uhl. The friends of Rev. and Mrs. Lemon L. Uhl will read with pleasure the fol lowing communication giving an ac count of their experience eu route to tbe missionary field ia India. ISMAILIA, EGYPT, Feb. 11, 1873. Editor Bepublic: A glad greeting to you, and, through you, to many friends. It is a gentle evening, awakens many feelings and sends tbe thoughts back wards over desert, aea and land, and so I write. Here we are en Tunsah Lake, tbe middle of tbe Suez Canal, at anchor a distance from the sea. About us are tour other large ocean steamers , besides various barks, and as uie iigut colored sand rises in the broad expanse of plain around- we seem at sea in the desert And so we are ! Only It is hard to per suade ourselves that we are on a steam ship which a day or more ago was ont or signt or land, ami iu a uay nence, we hone, will be aeain. It is i moment to quicken thoughts. Our steamer started in tbe English Channel: one, near ns. In the Irish Sea: a third, with its tri- colored flag bas washed the Rhine; and bere we have met a steamship from tbe Ganges. . Yes, met with a Turkish man-of-war as guardian ot tbe meeting. At half past six this morning we left Port Said. Ervot was then a broad lake to our sieht shut ont from our snip oy two straigut tuies 01 muuuy nued earth the nanss 01 ine canal. Our speed must not exceed 5 miles per hour. We meet little steam tugs and Arab boats;' flocks of pelicans cross over our way ; tbe lake is marked with long white lines of sea gulls sit ting on die water: and forward are mounds of land, shadowy- fat distance. At nine there are bosh -covered islets and stretches of land. 'At ten earn sandy plains only, and we were sailing through tbe laud, often with tbe light sand thrown out from tne canal, en closing us and our view. .Our path was marked ; at intervals a pair of posts stood oa each side, arivins us a passage of 120 feet width in which lay 2G feet of water. Sometimes it was wider, sometimes no water at all outside these posts. Coming to Ismailia, the signal was a pendant with two ball under it, we must stop ; a steamer comes from nizy. At half past five, the Orchis let Maa cbor. As there is' ns aaiHuz by Bight we are nere. 11 H a. nsa sreju iortaose who have been week at sea. , It is a treat for any one, and. in the center of the canal, ia the midst of a desert, in an historic land,, with Palestine east and the Nile west to remind of Israel and Uebovah, it is grand to walk our decks . . 1 - . ? . , . . . m toe swsoniignt., Jkaa ye u ts nor- rownu. witn roue Aran Bats on snore. and ignorant, deluded Arabs, gosper- lesa, oa nvery nana. .- - :. . - Four years ago was tba canal-open ing festal here. 'Yonder te Eugenie's palace; here ia the Viceroy's. To night, Eugenie ir a widow, Without realm or palace. But good-bye. When we shall be permitted to reach Gnntoor, we shall remember ron again. At sun or a in tor ;- a ing one tory 1 tha we ber al LEMON L. UHL. Sabbath School Convention. The Sabbath Schools of Ripley Tp. Holmes Co. commenced their summer's exercises by nesting in convention, at tbe call of tbe Vice President of the Tp K. A. Torbert, Esq., at the Blglow M. E. church, on the afternoon and evening of April 4th. . , The convention was organized by ap pointing K. A. Torbert, chairman, and Moore, Sec'y. Prayer by A. Moore. here were four other Ministers of the Gospel present, besides the writer. Tbe attendance was good,, and the spirit of harmony anq -'gooeS -WiH characterized the proceedings of the) entire meeting, The following - Programme was adopted and carried ont during the af ternoon and evening. ,S and sary ings, as year. the high tion, tion, very tion. bly Tne Sabbath School Convention. FIRST TOPIC. What are some of the pressing needs sr tlie Sunday Schools Opened by B. Caldwell, and followed by A. Moore, iv KiisseL, n. A. xoroert anu c. Boles. 5 SECOND TOPIC How can efficient teachers be raised D. .Opened by A. Moore, and follow ed by A. Lay lander and others. of THIRD TOPIC. In what does the successful teaching or m r-lacs cnnRlaf. flneneilhv C. '1. JKnsBel, ano followed by TX!CrltcBfIeld, iuuore, n . u ounryv 41m uiucrs.. . both Mr. FOURTH TOPIC. How can -,"punctuat attendance be secured in the Sunday School. Opened by K. Chambers, and followed by it. A; Torbert, E. B. Caldwell and others. On fever, FIFTH TOPIC. fniform ' lessons' for - the Sunday Schools of our land, ftc. Opened by R. Cnlbertson, and followed by remarks of several others. " 1 SIXTH TOPIC. Tlie general nlan of conducting the .Opened br BtCritcbnehijiajid others participated. ' (XIKN, OATH EVENING SESSION. Convention convened at 1 p. u. Prayr, er by W. J. Sharp. E. B. Caldwell of fered the following resolution, Resolved, That we establish a month ly Teachers' meeting, for tbe benefit of the Sabbath School Teachers in Ripley Tp., that the time be at 5 o'clock p. 11. on the last Saturday In each month. . Which was adopted. E.B. Caldwell moved, that the chair appoint a com mittee to arrange a programme for the first meeting. ' " The chair appointed E. B. Caldwell, Critch field and E. Chambeis said committee. C. Boles moved that the International Uniform Lesson be recommended to all the Sabbath Schools in the Tp. Motion prevailed. 7:30 p.m. Lecture by W. J. Sharpe. Tbe Sabbath School work in its rela-1 tion to the general good of society. T. H. D. Bell followed the address by an appeal to the parents and their du ties to tlie 6. S. ' ' A Lay lander moved that A. Moore and W. J. Sharpe prepare tlie minutes of tbe meeting for publication. Mo tion prevailed. .. '.. . - Excellent singing conducted by E. l-TiAX HAY. lri:iM n . RAGS. SALT, !.. -I . h' -v - : ' W. J. SHARPE, Cor. Sec. Holmes Co. S. Union. Good Bread. Tbe best place to buy good wheat, rye and graham bread is at Lang's Bakery. ' Having bought ont B. J. onng's Bakery, and Provision Store, am now prepared with the aid of a practical Baker to supply the pnbllc Ith everything in that time, and for cakes, pies, crackers and pretzels, yon will always find afresh assortment 1 nave new flour, uive it a trial, and you will want no other. Farmers will find this a good place for a lunch. The highest price paid for all kiwi of country produce anu provisions. Give me a trial and you will go awav satis- fled." Cash system is my motto. 33w2. J seo, 11 U lies out ciSc on Peru Ticket road Pictures in all kinds of weather Courtney ft Appleton s. - tf cnisou ciac cifl( cviiomj is Uie RoaU io WeallU. all rmlo You can save money by buying your Spring and Summer Clothing of Isaac Marx. He sells retail at wholesale prices, small profits ami quick sales, is his motto. It is money in your xdet to give them a trial before buying ese- ncre. licuieuioer ine place or the Old U. S. Clothing Store, two doors west of the Court lToiise. 2mos 1 -f -. ' ft Cameo pictures at Hall's Oallerv.- 18tf . ' .nut Room tort, world. A. cago, ' "American.'' Look to your interest. If vou want a Sewinff Machine go to the Mensrs. Hull's new room, nearly opposite the i'ost Of lice, and rnt a (rood one, one that Is easv to operate and eay to run.- The rAmin estand best machine In the world uev er out of order, and is unlrersully liked wherever known, and one that will last aHifctliue. 4lf and and Poin So Centaur Liniment. There is no pain which the CentanrLiniaieat will not relieve, no swelling it will not snhdoe and no lameness which it will not cure. This strong- language, bat it is true. Where the part is not g-ooe, its effects are ntarrelona. It produced more cares 01 rheumatism,nenralgia. lock-jaw, palsy, apntins, swellings, caked breasts, scalds, boras, salt rauem, ear-ache, upon the bnmaa frame, and of strains. spavin, galls, Ac, apon animals in one year than have all other pretended remedies since tbe world began. It is n eounter-imtant, aa all-healing pain reliever. Cripples throw away tbeir crutches, tbe lame walk, poisonous bites are rendered harmless and tlie wenndad ate healed without a scar. It is no humbug. (The ecipe is published around each bottle. It is selling as no article ever beioreldnd it sells becaase it does Just what itntvtBndstodo. Tbose-who now suffer from rheumatism, pain swelling, deserve to suffer if they will not use Centaur Liniment . More than 1000 eertiO cates of remarkable cores, including frozen limbs, chronic rheumatism, goat,- running ru- mors, Ac have been received . - We will send circular containing eertlucatea, tbe recipe, &u, gratis, to any one requesting it. One bot of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liniment is worth one hnndred dollars for spavined or sweenied horses and mules, or for screw-worm sheep. Stack owners -.ahis,- Liniment worth your attention. No family sanuld be without Centaur Liniment, i. B. Boss a Co- New York. Castoria is more than n substitute fer Cas Oil. it is the only safe article ia existence which it 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 need not cry and mothers may rest. aamo Better pictures than ever-Court- ney ftAppleton's. . ; . . tf Call at the College olHce, or send to Felton ftBlgmlow, Cleveland, Ohio, for wriwgc papers, giving tun particulars f one of the largest, most prosperous and thoroughly practical basiness schools in the country. This institution has the very best indorsements, from patrons and former students;' and tlie course of study has tbe approval .of our leading business men. . . . . j Hall the people's Photographer, tf Hajl the people's Photographer, tf Old and New. V Too April numbenof Old aad New contains reatarkahlasnpply efspiritasVand entertain papers. Two new aerial novels are begun. by aa American and one by an English man. There are two nanem of n natural his sort, one in particular entitled 'Some Cats nave known.' is verv fnnnr In nsir Dlaees. There are a number of other articles at great Srst eonssdering the important question of WM. lnecuifconai introductions ure two limitations 01 government, witn an inci dental aaeertian that there are two sides ta tbe OalLaa-Ameaquestiaa. S4 M a year.ltoberts Rrat- RnKtna- If asa. y . Tha Lady's Friend. ine lending engraving in the April num of this eaeetlant magazine la a tne pic tare called - Watohatan, What of the Might; then there is tbe "Alpine Sheperdeas,'' and ahe nan number of enjrrarlnm illustration the Fash There Is a Sue piece of music The lit e- content are as usual, trst-class. Send foaJ ampie uuatuer. as a year, or sa to witn then chroma, lieaeon A Peterson, fhUa-d delpbia. t t 1 Peterson's Lady's Maunuinev 1 -recerson" is so wen nnown to tan ladies so hivhlr taoaiAt of. that tt Is for ns to praise U. Its fashion, engrav literary and daasnrUe departments are usual, entertaining. Send nir sample. i a x. ts. retersou, rhilauetphia, fa. TheAldine. :'.'.'! ,V There is no falling off in the excellence ol aldine. Each month's issue ia np to tbe standard of its predecessors, In illustra literary interest, and meehanUal nxeea-i and the public know that standard to be high. In the number just issued illustra In tint,nomed "The strange Dog, "is ef fective in conception and execution Tbe TieathW arrant of Marry Stnart,"W admira given. .The Yellowstone Region- to illas trated in a series of strtk ing views. " A. Bare Cnanee." picturing the clutnee encountesv of a monated hunter withnhsmr. is lsiriL. stories, ketclies,uoetry and other iiteaary eontcntsof tbe number are of the best qnamy,k rni.iiM.eu uy uouieis a111u.11 a 1.0., w jauiaen lisbed by Jamets Sutton 4 Co.. 6S Mui Picture Frames Courtney ot Ap- pleton's. CJ, . -t. - tl ' MARRIED. On Thursday. April S. 1S73. at the residence tbe Bride's father, by Hev. Joseoh MuK Barnes. of Mt, EatonCircnit. assisted by Rev. ji. 1. neiLoi Anreve circnit.sir.-ni.ff rtau I Kl IM Uss OUViA r.iMuuxtwmi. of Holmes eonnty, O. On Mareh-SOth. 18TS. bv Rtaer J. A. WUMamt WILLIAM J. MUOUE and Miss-- K. 1 DIED. tbe 1st -nst. at bit oVVock A. TT their residence. Chattanoosfa. Tena..ot nnerneral MA tt - A K TOl S KT'UkL wKo,Chrlts an.ij ;4vu a.r.r . , . Millersburg Market. Millersburg Market. April 10, 1873. riXITJR, yi bM, Retail, SSSSaS SO rat, w nite y nnsa, AT. Red. Wbnsh, LesdjU - lis net-bush (new) " V-a.-tiiiivats BARLEY,- 'V new, v lmsn. . . w . ... . " m -sn aii v! lr- a) b ...1 m. ann A . 8KKD. t saasaj HBKir, - - WHITE BKAX9, ' m;r- 1 Co toul -'i .--(, e eu M Ou Vrfrtv.-- ' J BUTTER, (in ron lb. i-t till -'I H CHKKSE, .''-.',-, V HAMS,1- .WklWA.-na-sa.ws- x i a DRIKD APTLKS. f) lb, '". 'JX iikikii riiAcuira, f in, - ,( U L' r, DL- 11 'If H T '-. .1 ..... w. 8 lb. ' . ! ..' PRATHfERS. ih.' - '. J .- .Ti bbL retail, .-V '..,..' . .. .-; I'. 't 1i WOOL,T)lb. .-, 4SUU WOOD, vet cord, . - ; ' Sl MU ' " !i: SPECIAL NOTICES. i r Want a enok. j- -inr Want a elernv' -a 4-f '- Want partner, vi ' 'Want n situation,.' '..!' io- Want a aervant nirt, - --i. 1,-c . Want to selt a piano,: :j k-.. ;r ei.f I - Want- so seH earriase, I- '4 Waat to buy or sen a farm 'A.rt, Waat il - lieaetlinf plaee,. -i Want. to. sell town nrouertv. Want to sell groceries or drug. i Want to sell household furniture, I Want tn -sell dry KOa cariets, -Want te find customers for anything-, ADVERTISE IM THE REPUBLICAN. Advertising will - rain new customers, Advertising will seep otd easterners, Advertising liberally always pays, , , .JwMim. ml u. wi.i.fj u.1. 1 Advertisint; begets onundenec, - -. I v , .Advertising snows energy; . V i Ir,1 U Advertising shows pluct v jj L Advertising meant bit.;" 1. - ? ; ,- r. i- Advertise or "bost, j Xk V -- ' Advertise long, M Advertise well, . - ' Advertise ' How. SPECIAL NOTICES. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. R. The direct route for Joliet, Morris, OtUw Lasalle, Peru, Henry, Macon, Peoria, lienne aiuiine, itoon isiana, ssnTounora. musr.a ti .. 1. 1 .. ,.i..h rA.Li4i. i : i . IT, ' lvIU.v,,,.v,i - I" . 1 , I ? MW. Moines. t.'ouncil Uliins and Omnha. with change, where It joins with tbe I'nioa Pa-I Railway for uenver, aK LakeClty, Sac ramento. San Francisco, and all noints ju tne raciwc wui. rains teave USI ly, VI: Osaaha,4ie.tV0eweth a Atohtson Express laily.vta: exv Accommoilal ion, Te'xcept Sundavsl, oepteiinuaysji, I , J; hVJa) A.AI. 6JJ0 P. hf Omaha and Leavenworth Express, (exen-a fiaturdaya).,. ., ....- .. . it . 1(UM P.at tienot eorner Harrison and Sherman streets odice Si West Madlsou street, Sherman nouse. . , The Chicago, Rock Mand aad Pac tSe stall CNupaiiy have now opeued their South. nesiern mvision nesween Sjenvenwonsi, At- au.i i.nicago, ovaoeciiug at leaven worth with Kansas I'arillit and Missouri Pa. Railroails, anil at AU.hisHi with Atchison Toneka A Santa Fe, Central llrauch Union Pa. and Atchison & Nebraska Railroads, for poiuts iu Kansas. Indian Territories, Cok.. and New Met'o. The Company have a urn crnipieineH 01 i si ace luawmi aiMUSleeftiug Care, which for external beaiitv and interior arrauireiuents Ibrtlie com. convenience anil luxury ol' uassenvers aen uanHWWwi by any other imrsnf the klial lathe tfiKHigli is-.ktts lor sale at all prlnoi palandway tu-ki-tolSeM, -l .u I i - . iiiiuH nii.ui.K, v,eii.-rai ouperinteniient. M. Smith, Ueneral Passenger Agent. Chi in. LEFF1NGWELL ft CO ' 11 Iniorten of -,.4 GLASS Plate sold at New York prices. Wholesale anil retail ilontrm in freaejh aad Ainenran ricture anil vs inuow uiass. urua KinlM,seil,) Rough auil Kliiteti Plate tilass Ulazier's Supplies, iiiauiiwids. Puttv, Ao. All i IOOKISO ULASS PiJCTESr.' C SU Llatr Street, - Cleveland, Ohio. Estimates A Sample furnished on appllcntlon. MuiU IF YOU WANT Look Through One of the Host Extensive Stocks! In the United States, ALL OF Our On-MaflQfactfi!" No knr stain to rlimh. ms w har Two Stevm lmiTMon, one for carrying oar custom er and one for handling Furniture. So it is no taTOOble Jo look a.kyBUoa.U.e uur loon. HART. &. F.1AL0ME, I03, I05 I07 Water St., Factory 30, 32 A 34 St. Clair St, "t CLEVELAND, O. .1 1 f I f-.-.rif f c - 4r FILL & WINTER STYLES OF Millinert AND Fancy Goods. BAS JUST BSCtlVSP A FULL USE OF F A!L L AND "WINTER T'iU J I 1 il Q I 11 i ? 7 .i l.ir r si ir " JIM Ottflli. All Ifev Stylet. Call and So Them. CHIGNONS, UTH AV Ot M.wJM. M. u BRAIDS, H. Nc. n Jtiwelry. OwlitasmBmrt tistlet week OHttna of s tsVA4-i n mainnuntatjne. i ; . - - . .-, . . - M Also. Todies' Lace Collars. Fancy Bows, and sometnmg new m a eca i te lor i. sales. .XOUUHELVES. October SO, 18. , V? . . i ..Vt ; i al V i Hi --. JM it 'itiii A t-t Jt.t -. X I '.V r. PY CAULINC AT .K JPiyst' Arrival pf" rT f-i ot: !W i . t l-m Hit -i-ti-. Kew. Spring Goods I'jirf i n if-J.:J 1 - 1 IS I. 1 :o Jaiii- it: I- PrintSs-I1'.,- a, .i : - .t i f f f 1 Delaines, Reps It ! Mobairs,.,,,,.. Black Silks. .1 V urcas;n; Fancy Goods, Trimmings, Irish Poplins, 4.1 Bleactied'Miislins, &MO - siiid iMM I Unbleached BaiS-to Tails Dissrs, J'.v ' I J Jt .--" - ' of . which .will for be sold Cheap if -It OR CASH PRODUCr.' HA TS ,'ii1iNin!j4, Jtm t - aT JOT Uansam .v n;m5' r Vaa 1 l ljj ; ; - ' ' ' - i ir , - 'r.H.:. .; . -U j .i,.:-- i, Xf.iK ,-.' .: .:: I Yon Ctvn .itFlixsik the I B. I LOOK OUT FOR CHEAP BUILDI1TG HARDWARE AT EAEPSTEE, RUD7 & CU'S. - i r U'.r - Im.--' i" --' - ' A NEW -ATE NT WHEEL BUCCY. for Sale Cheap, At HARPSTER, RUDY t Co', A v i i..V ha taaatilnmBttnBSBttinmBtaBal , slmirortant. . ' t .i: ' , Jacobs! Has Just received a large stock X - I AMERICAN m SWISS i 1 watches! i In GOLD and SILVER CASES. Gold and Silver Charns ta abon itDr. A larte aortaieat i of Minis, butUMts. aloe - Gol.lamiHil-er Kinirs " ; tiold Braawlets tta , . . t GoM Jewelry f in rtetts i- t te. v ) thurm-. Silver Thimbles, Gold feats Spectacles, N ickel tmd tt : Plated Ware, Ac. We ' ft continue to sell lcia , i ; - v:- aad Walthaa.- - ft : - Watcbeaatiac- .. S , priee. ; Call and See oar Uor of GetVa, ft . before iMircbasineLjewbere. " KtolOifper cent, imved, ft by te do4n. We d . "-v aa wm wisb to be-. - ft . ,( do by. AU.-:n J t v - gowi war- -r ft . r nated.' ,.- - j Repairing Z Watebea.CimoaietPi-1. Clock", M .towelry, Ac, lEeaaired oa short tootice. . . -A "Look for the Bis Watch V aou Bpectar te otgn . - Ww JACOBS, fai IN, ' S15 Mil h-r? burs C1 Inland Empiro. Inland ISmpiro. Inland ARLINGTON. ARLINGTON. ARLINGTON. The BEST STOVES in the MarkeC ..i Call and See Them, at VOORIIES BROS. I t-n-.i '! !. I t: .- 1 - The First National Bank -or- W1ILLERSBURC, OHIO. y "vT KOBIRT LOMO, -raaldarvt. , B. C. BROWN. Caahlar. ..' lMtoroMSi " ' " - - - -? Rosn La an, i w. uinenn, C. nisva ' laaao htrv.s. I.CBSBasaLBta, - Juan B. Itosn. Jn.. ,. Ua. JusaroaiasHB., Discount JTotet,' Bteeivet Dtpot- iter, and Transact a O en era I Banking Business. iftHVJ : I 1 I Ka eDC i of V: EXCELSIOH'5 CORNER. .' v.:c JIT EECEIil AT t i a hfOlentmrs;, O, Sept. 10, 18H. ,' v-. tt- -'.t 1 Si v t, i v. , MISS SAWYER'S SALVE. 1 1 HKB yoa here a save eaiaMping sothlpft end 1X hoHaf propertage, wttb no daagcwwifi uagieoV j remedy at IuuhI for tne Bin paiae ena l wosumU sad bniisM to wbich Otak te aeir. la awore easily applied than many other namdist. arter produeia a bad edbet, but aajswya tUvia pain, bowever sevei e. it te pnperea ay jnct sawffr, wao mm aeta k m her own exttnwlve treatment of the atck, lor Marly twenty years, with great ancce . i ne pnncapai oieeaaea lor watca uus sane m ree Maiin lid are. ChUblaim. Skrmmmtitm. Pile- Scrofula, Old t7Zorr, Salt Itkemm Sprmm Atras, Fewr Sort, jTettmLpimpU, Erytiptda Sorm afesa, Barber't Itch, Defium, awoU, kmtf-wormt. Corn, Bitt of iawcO, Cancer, Toothache, Mar 9cA, Sorw JtlppUa, Bold SwoiUn Brtostt, rca, Stcaia ueaa-t leetmn, vimpftt uamaw. Scald, Cmt ABrmiMM, Cnm Crodud lip, and Sort em Children tt nerer failn to ent Rh. Mleai tf aieaily We4 BbBbftenweU with tbe kswl tliree tlvaea t dav. In aeeeral eases k has eared Daisied llamb. for PO It has been disujtaisd loteaiuRS sdy. retMaM that have been afflicted for yenra nave been ronV.esd by a few applicatkjfBa. Pbr afry tip tt works wonots, silayins theiiintaninialion md qaietioc thepatint. For Cayped Hand it areducseaenre lisaiaiHsliily. Iet tousewith Strit kVumm ebtata this BeJre, and apply ft freely, aod Aey wiU Ont U In sail in ale, it is reod m ease of Scrofula and fWmars.- Jancr base 1 entail, in oast Hairs BrassC and Sort Jfinpfea. No way mjnrlona, nut sare to aObrd renef. imn VntiVa Bub tt m tbe ads gently, once or twieen da. Cnreedeef- sem by puttine; In the ear. en a pieee of cotssn. For febmt tus la anperlor to anytbmf known. fat Ptmpla thai acts like a ebatm. For Ani anS Scmldt, apply the Sahrn at one and B fives Vor Otd Smrmh appiy sr. . Kot smonf the least of the mvamable proprrWi ef Miss SawvehV Halve are its senriklal eaena on tbe hale Ifiubbed on toe scalp, ia five or . z different parta, U promotes tbe enswth of the hair, preveme It taniioe Cray, and en bald spots a pro duces a new growth of hasr. Ko-4edj ansttld aft without thss kwaauble artielF as an indtoL uansbto eosmstle for the toilet. It wwWcsles aWaalrna and dlnsas boa the hand, and hlmrhas and rimfilss fromthninsa. . from Afrs. ELIZABETH COOMBS, Snatrntick. Bramswiek, April 4, ISaT. lfiaaSAwm: I received yonr letter hwa even lee, and was very glad yoa eoaelsMted ta let me lake yonr Salve. 1 think I ean do weU with Is, and B wiU ae eoite aa simainnniliiiim M my baitiiai, OMkecamnot 9 alomf without it. He has tried everything ehnt and has aover fsnnd anything that healed bis leg as that isalve of yours, and wo nave both found a to be mil. rnmd earn mere, than new meeaaeWstmhs. W. have had a in lb. family live or six yean, aad have seed a for enrything. aad can arnle see sm now sar Jmrnd U I ii 1 aoe a for a weak back, and k arm aneaehnrss. Mr. Uoombsfaa. had a Arvrr Son mktUm tor tkirttf years, aad amkaT 6e m cvspp to nuy. ie had not Jomnd a remedy in yonr Salnu it keepa It healed, and takes oat the iall.ainiillia, nrood Seab and swelllns;, and does nu him all that be ean ask. I can reaommead a for a pood assay tamgn that vou have not, for 1 sne tt for everythiag X roasiilm B invaloable in a nanily. Yours, kc, ELIZABETH COOXB3. ii.ir - ; TO m AFFLICTED. IfnwDrsnwimwemelherlahandneaiMm m aeep eappnoa, sena sutyeenta as low, aad receive a box by marn utaiL Pat a at Large Boxes at 50 cents each (noariy ta... tiaaos a bun aa she box represented aboveii Prenared by UifH C. SAWYER, and put unW LT If. BOBBINS, 'WholenaJai and Betavll Druarslat, BocBln-iKl. hiaw A Trial Box sent free by asaB oa ie..iH of aixte nail, ay U at aiUUUSa, Boealand, He. THIS VALUABLB 8ALVB IS BOU BT at ir Pff - "1" IS afSblCUCSeV- . " . Slvlin n J FURNITURE! f . . - 'if' i ; r, it ' PROPRIETOR OP THK THK snbsertbeY prepared to ffTl onten of all kinds in his line with aswnvttneu and Uispatca. He keeM oonstJknUy . oa aaad k ALL klXDSOF FmiTiRE na the cheapest quality to tbe Snest a lit tle ebeuper than the same article ean he nsxr. cured elsewhere. A splendid article of Bed-Room Fnrnittire Kept eoastantry on hand. . .- ; ! t ! ' short RKTAIBING NeaUy Cva oa Special attention given to the busiaestof Metallic. Kxeeltior and tValnnt Comas ken constantly aa band. Uttina niannracturad to oruer. i ts goal uenrses Kept oonstanuy at reaUinass to attend calls. sotr ' .OCjOSsZI. ' Established i 183S. ' Itr-EHtablitihed in 1809. 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