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Holmes County Republican.
Notice to Subscribers.
Oatneribem can alwnv, toll km'IMr cnb-
k-7enptMa accow stanoa, it looting at me
cam alter tteir una oa the aildn. label
: pasted oath margin of oe paper. Tkmi
ares show the ecart-aate to waiea Ntbacriptioa
hac been paid. Then but poasialr be uhiw
wistaaxt la the dates. If a oar liabseritiers
win pteai wt aaow what taer are.
Change in Mail Time.
On and after Friday, November, IsU,
trt mail gotnir jiorOi will doae Bt'lVM
a. ii, AUtatttnt for .that nail mast bel
iu by that time. - Haft gains' 9ouUTrlll
close at 3 p. M. .
T. B. CNNINGHAM, P. M.
T. B. CNNINGHAM, P. M. ADVANCE PAYMENT.
The credit system in the newspaper
business scatters small sums or money,
as; gregating a large amount to each
publisher, over a vast extent of country,
rendering collection from tardy debtors
next to impossible and Is therefore pro
ductive of great loss to publish".
Paper, ink, labor and all ori sources
of expenditures in new".per offices'
' require cash. -
Better papers car ie published when
paid lor in advance than when the pro
prietors are pressed for money to meet
the daily demands made upon ttiem.
. There Is little doubt that a- law of
Congress will, in a few months, require
postage to be paid on-all papers sent
through the mails, and that it must be
paid in advance by the publishers.
In view of the foregoing, aud other
considerations which it Is not deemed
necessary to enumerate, the under
signed, publishers of the Holmes Coun
ty fiEFi'BUCAK and Holmes County Far
mer, agree to adopt the pay-in-advance
system, to send no papers from their
respective omoes from and arterthe .
. FIRST DAT OF JULY. Xt,". . ,
unless the same be paid for in advance.
T. B. CNNINGHAM, P. M. ADVANCE PAYMENT. WHITE & CUNNINGHAM.
Publishers of , '
HOLMES COUNTY REPUBLICAN.
ESTILL & NEWTON.
PnbliBliers of Moines County Fanner.
If yon did not lnow . it, let me tell
you that it will be to yonr interest to
call and examine the stock of Frames,
Mouldings, Stereoscopes, Views, Chro-
mos, Pictares, and the like that Court
ney & Appleton have If yon want any
thing in that line, and if you .don't,
'twill do you good to call and see what
a fine stock they have decidedly the
finest ever brought into .this' market;
no trouble to show their goods, and
their photographs well, they speak for
themselves. In fact, all their goods
will recommend themselves, and -mind
yon they are bound to -eel 1 them." Now
don't take my word for it but go ant.
Holmes County S. S. Union.
There will be a meeting of the Sab
bath Schools of Holmes county at
Holmesville, on the 17th and 18th of
. A mowlnr match will take nlace on
the farm of Armstrong Wolgampt near
Millersburg, on Tuesday, June 9UU,
for the purpose of testing mowing ma
chines to which all are invited. 'By or-
uer ui niiruinereut agents. r 1W4
r See what W. D. Doty says, in bis new
advertisement of to-day. He claims to
uavciae nest agricultural implements
for sale that are manufactured. Call
and examine for yourself. - .
Mayers has' just -recei.vail a new
stock of goods of all kifaiK The dif-
JCTllL "rWI lUISTlll? VM IIIBTLI C III it
of well selected goods. '
, . A grand Strawberry and lee Cream
Festival will, be' 9ven in Town Hall.
on Thursday evening, June 3th, by the
. ladles of the Presbyterian eliuirli.'Am
ple preparations are bqing made for a
pleasant and enjoyable entertainment.-
AdmUsion to the Hall 10 cents. '
Now that summer has set in -in can-
nest, it. is necessary in order to keep
cool, to resort to some artificial nieansi
of doing so. .We. know ,'of no better,
nor more pleasant and agreeable way
than to go to Geo. Sclinorr's and par
take freely of his delicious Ice Cream.
He knows how to get up this delectable
dish to perfection.. Try ltj-(
If you have a troublesome 'tooth, go
to Dr. Pierce. You will always feel
better when yon leave his office, than
when you enter. The Doctor has the
knack of pulling teeth without hurting
very much. As for getting up a good
job of artificial teeth, he' cannot easily
be excelled. All work done in a first-
class manner. Commercial
stairs. - - - -
There is a nuisance practiced every
day near town, and in sight of the high
way, that calls loudly for our citizens
and those having especUrutSority to
see that it Is speedily abated. - M'e refer
to the practice of men and boys bath
ing, In broad day light, iu the creeV
near the road west of town.- These
shameless persons, whoever, thay may
be, should be dealt with according to
the strict letter of the law.. Let them
be reported to the proper anthorities
and punished as tbey deserve.
The new postal cards are popular,
but scarce. The people ordered twenty
four millions, hut the contractors have
only furnished one third that number.
The government has shut down on the
supply to brinz the contractors up to
the standard of . quality : of cards re
quired by law. The success of the
cards as a device"' for "cheap communi
cation among the people, -depends en
tirely upon the ability "of the govern
ment to get good work and a prompt
and satisfactory supply of vards out of
The Domestic Family Bible.
After a thorough examination of this
comprehensive work, we must saj that
it is the very best Bible we have ever
seen.' Its superb engravings, tts..vri
ety of topics relating to the history and'
important events contained in the scrip-'
tures, its beauty and durability pf bind
ing, nil unite to make it. just what every
family by all means should have. We
are glad to see that It js taking so' well
among our citizens. Mr. F. W. Jones
the agent, says that it is just beginning
to be appreciated. If you wish a good,
first-class family bible, one that will
render ycii the most service; we ay hny
f he Domestic of Mr.' Jones. i .
..' In another eoltiinjf wjU- e found a
new announcement from the publish
er of the popular family ami story
weekly, "Our Fireside Friend." This
paper is endorsed hy theroininlnt pa- I
persof Chicago and oilier places, and is
evidently a grand success. Their cliro
mo Is a beauty, and all they1 claim for
ir. Read their advertisement, ft will
give you full particulars. ." ;
ROLL OF HONOR.
' Tbeforlom-tng k the, list pr. those po
lls in our schools, who were neither
absent nor tardy during the month
vliU-h began Mar Kh and ended May
30th. An asterisk attached shows that
pupil to have received a grade of one
hundred percent, uoriqg'we month
J. C. Calhoun. . W. H.Xe?lesnach.
m. J. iewis, t-iara Kverharti
Wm. McDowell Sarah Tidhall,
D. F. Ingles. , llora Lisle. .
J. P. Cut. Emma Smith
F. T. Frazcr, Alice F.vertiart,
W'BJ. Larimer, Annie Robinson,
F. M. Sponagle.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL (A)
Willie Brawn, Mary Xewton.
Marion Cary, x ltozella Wolgamot,
GRAMMAR SCHOOL (B)
Laura Bell, ' Anna Dav.
Zora Brown, Lucy Beeelc,
name took, LrimerShrimplin
Willie Bell, , . . Jennie Vorwerk,
Eliza Cary, Caroline Veiring,
Willie Newtori. KannicOrr.
George Sharp, . Cora Qrej,
Charley Weltman, Ida Fair,
AllieHnnson, -ellie Parrah."'
Slelvin WoliratrJvti Tied Beearle.
Ga.chnrr, .1 . . Aana 'Marehaot,
Alran Hiller, 1 Luer Richeson":
Biz'd Maxwell. Cassie Uhl.
John Carnahao, Millie Moore,
r reti Cameron, sette Jiewton,
, . Bennie-AIbertion.
THIRD PRIMARY. SECOND PRIMARY.
Willie Cary, Julian Hanua,
MoHie Courtner, Charlie Ham in.
Howard Happer. Bessie Mayer.
Mellie Carnahan, Otbi XegeUpacfa, '
Maud Jacobs, Lida Newton, '
Kddlelimith. CTilaf MDwa)l,
Kvah Xnneniacber.Minnie Emerson,
John Wolgamot, . LncvCberrybolmes
r anme i.iuy, Martna jtoss,
Kussel t olgamou
EllaMHIer. Sharamie Dnr,
Nettie McConurckJicy Schiller,
Lillie Hanna, - Harvey Estill,
illie Moore, Jennie olsimot,
Ella Forr,i, Jacob Hamm, .
John nil, 1 Ada Walkup. "
Ada Wholf, ' ' l' Meada Ken I'rew,
CHAS. Louis Loos.
Don't Box the Children's Ears.
ftiildaen's.- "onght never to he
boxed." We have seen thatthe passage
the ear is closed by a thin membrane
especially adapted to be influenced by
everv Impulse of air, and with nothing
but the air to support it internally.
What then, pan be more likely to in
jure this membrane than a sudden and
forcible compression of the air iu front
It? If -any one designed to break
overstretch the membrane, he could
scarcely devise a more effective means
titan to bring the hand suddenly-and
forcibly down upon the passage of the
', thus driving the air violently be
fore it, with no possibility for its es
but by the membrane giving way.
And far too often it docs give way, es
pecially If, from any previous disease,
has been weakened. Many children
are made deaf by boxes on the ear in
this way. Xor is this the only way : if
there is one thing which does the nerve
bearing more harm than almost any
other, it is a sudden jar or shook. Chil-
Iren and grown persons may bo entire
deafened by falls or heavy blows up
the head. - And boxing the ears pro
duces a similar effect, though more
slowly and in less degree. . It tends to
dull the sensibility of the nerve, even
it does not- hurt the membrane. I
new a pitlfnl case, once, of a poor
youth who died from a terrible, disease
the ear. He had a discharge from it
since he was a chihK Of course his hear
ing had been dull; and what had hap
pened was that his father had often
boxed his ears for inattention ! Most
likely that boxing on the ear, diseased
it was, had much to do with his dy
ing. And this brings me to the second
point. Children should never be blamed
being inattentive, until it has been
found out whether tbey are not a little
deaf. This is easily done done lry pla
them at a few yards distance, and
trying whether tbey can umlnrstand
tint Is said to them in a rather low
toge of Voice). Each ear should be -tried
hil the other is stopped "by the finger.
do not say that' children are never
guilty of inattention, especially to that
hich they do not particular) v wish to
hear; hut I do say that many children
are blamed and pnnished. for Inatten
tion Jfhen they really do not hear. And
is nothing at oirce. more cruel and
more hurtful to the" character of chil
dren than to be found fault with for
what is really theii misfortunes .Three
tilings should be remembered here:
First, that slight degrees of 'deafness,
fo.lten lasting only for a time; are very
cotnniod among cnildWb, especially
diiriqg pr after colds t sfecond, that a
slight deafttesi, which does not prevent
person , from bearing when be js ex
pecting to be spoken to, will make him
-dull to what he is not expecting;
and, third, that there , is -a kind of deaf
ness in which a' person can hear pretty
well while listening, but lis really very
harw of bearing when not listening.
One of tbo greatest inconveniences
which -the traveler through this
country is subjected, is the absence of
"guide boards" at forks and cross roads.
Very often the stranger is led miles oat
the way, because of his inability to
which is the right road. We would
the attention of supervisors to the
following section of the law.preScrib
ing their duties: ' . - ' '
' Section, 13. That each supervisor
within his district, shall erect and keep
at the expense of the township, at
forks or cross roads of an'v state or
county road, a post and guide hoard, or
nnger noarn, containing an Inscription
legible letters, directing the Way and
distance to the town or towns r puli
lic placej!,.5ituated on each road respec
Strayed from the premises of the un
oVrslrfned, nhont the 27th lilt., a dark
cow, thin in flesh, black teats and
horns! -Any .person giving' such
infonnation Warlll lead to the diseov
of the same wrR-be compensated
their kindness. v-
EcitABEtH WjUTll tN,
42. ' - "Maiersburg, Ohio.
bestof Photographif. '
trackeas Canned "-jsrUit nt l.
-nitnhellV ; .... ft
--HaU the jileshotogVapher.tf
Thanks to Mrst -S.' Hurt for a line
Rememtier.the Strawberrv and Ice
Cream Festival. Friday night, Town
HaH. - -' ' ' " -
i-tVrBtai'n Ja-k' Has at.Joit. 'siirrender-l
. . -ill
TlieCeuhty'mnNsioiiers are now
session. . . ....... ,
B. J. Young has gone into partner
ship with D. CamplieU in tlie, Candy
tafgeielT business " W "
Rev. E. R. Geary, of Oregon will
in Frederii-ksbiirg sometime sooli.
I. H Myers Esq. on Tuesdnv wrote
over six hundred dollars u .ittl, .f
premiums on fite insurance.
IN TOWN AND OUT.
xne weatner nas warmed up things
"Droppinea line" the worms
tlie shade trees.
.9t m.miB ui , ir u ami,-
bell s. -
x-uciia Avenue mumer
,u.uu, si& fcwmuM a HlfMITV
A little frost was seen en Saturdav
A few new Lock Boxes are now for
sale In the Post Office.
Soda Water on
draft everv dav at
its father's sake.
respects his baby fori
A powerful iacLsereu
a II. . ..
ep ram wnen he entered his hive.
Wild Flowers at Courtney & Ap-
ror a choice bit of anreasm rend
'i-pves loung Dream," on the first
page 01 tins week s issue.
Our town was ouite livelr on Snf,
urday. Business was brisk. Farmers
are nearly all through planting corn
Get the Red Double Shovel Ploir
it is the best. Harpster. Rndv & Co,
o. r ' .
-Some of our grocers have been vie
MLtfX' .?; tt
- ' .1
niU VU U3C JL " irirp.
xne nrsL nm it win costr jou thret
- Mit. dbhiuu mmtv mpy uuiiare.
-lf you have not done so yet. by all
means and look through Courtney &
.ippieiorra siock oi Niagara, views.
-srGeo-Franeta Train- hrt' wwn An-
elared sane ami discharged from ens-
-Grasshoppers have made their an-
, Ac-na, unuarvi:iying wasteireacu
all kinds Of vegetation.
Let the sun Shine into rnnr Iinmpc
, J i ' " w,n "r,n- hoth
getting np A splendid
. 1 '
Don't fail to call and see ihe TV.nhie
Harpoon Hay Fork at . .
:wz Harpster, Rudy t Co,
-Tlie soldiers are looking for Con
tain Jack. Ther want to "rait him in
The cattle eraze nnon luxuriant
pastnres and grow fat and sleek upon
We furnish Envelons with a Bnsi-
ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as
the blank envelopes can be purchased
When sending money through the
man, always Mi v a
the cheapest and safest way of sending
British International Monev Orders
are issued at the MillersbnrgPost Office.
uivirey sent m r.ngianu, Ireland, scot
land and Wales.
Said a woman to a nhvsician wlo
was weiginng two gra ins or calomel
for a child, "Dinna lie so mean wi' it,
mior a, fioor, latneriess Bnirn.'"
-Rev. B. Fulloss.a Baptist Minister,
iu i"to--ii in tiiir iwwh uau, naoDam
morning next, at 11 o'clock, and in the!
evening at half-past seven.
The man who mails a postal card
containing obscene language is subject
" hm t I i "l n'0re
T"r " w..-.
A new disgrace has fallen noon I
Carolina naner of bein- no other than
Henry Uerrv Jiwrv, the leader of the
swamp Angeis. ,
The Modocs have all surrendered I
except Captain Jack and three others.
hey promised to come into camp and
ve MiKiimeivcB up, out oecampeu mr
g the night. S;
The Adair liquor law has driven
more men out of the liquor business,
the past year, than any other tern -
perance law ever did in the State, in
An ounce of Paris .green dissolved
a bucket of water and sprinkled on
potato vines, will destroy the potato
bug. The.application must lie renewed
after a rain. . . - .
A number of new lots -have been
laid off In the Cemetery, and are now
ready to be -soul. .Those desiring to
purchase will please call on the Direc
tors soon. -
The Street Commissioner did a gordlOpepeil
work irr grading the alley rnnning east
from the. Livery stable on Clay street.
was badly needed. As it now is it
gives a chance for the water to run off.
The education of girls in this coun
try is not what it-should be. It is tool
feminine, lacking the robustness which I
characterizes the training of girls in I
A Southern edltor.remarking noon
the subject. -ears, thai he knows all
about cotton and rice, but doesn't nn-
derstand hemp. Perhaps he may get
tne nang or it some day. 1
Wittv savings are as easilv lost as I
the pearls slipping off a broken string ;
but word of kindness -is ; seldortJipo-
cTropped by chance, springs dp Into ,
John Hopley, Esq.. editor of the
ireyrns Journal Was appointed mem-
!f ,0,llT;Sa'Cent,?,l Con"nlttee"- ;
14th District, in the caucus at Co-1 '-,
mbus. He will make an efficient
member of the committee. - -' -1 -1
A Janesville Al.lermnn was sskeil
estimate the damage a cow had done 1
a yard. He did so, libemllv. He I
was then introduced to bis own cow as I
author of the mischief. Tableau,).,
We had a very pleasant call last
ridav frnm T TforLiF f w, I
Friday from LI Harrier. Eso.. of Mt.
Vernon Banner. He represents the prin
ting onsmess in Mount Vernon
oeiug. quite goon just pow.
nr. uarper is a sm-cessini editor, and
the Baiwer Is one among our best and
The Post Office Department has or-1
uerea an letters received lor J. M. PatrJ
tee'a lottery is considered a'otte'n con-I
cern,-and this method is taken to pro-1
tect parties semliug money to him.
Two fine - haired chaps fell into a
rather lively dispute the other day. It
was au.iiiterestiiig ( '.i subiect to the bv-
slanders. One claimed the other hadn't
money enough to go to the pic-nic that's
come on wis week at the Lake. Both
would have more money if thev would
g0tow.ork: - . " .1-
.Come Co grief al last the nrofes-
iohal jurors. 'Che law- reratrng to j n-
rors passed by the last tegtBlatuce pro
vide, that-no person shall serve as talis
man more than once in -twelve months.
The "regulars" are not seen much in
the court room now. io Patriot,
now about "l.ittle. Holmes . regu
lars - .. . . . .. : - i.
Recently a vonng man who was at
tending a night .writing-echoo! near'
Danville, Ohio, was smitten bv the
charms of a ladr who was present, and
the tdnse of the school hustled for-
ward to solicit the pleasure of escorting
nertioatA. .. ies, Sjilu, wis hidy, "il l
luii wiu .i-in-v ui v ihit. - i ite wiiien. i
and the young matron walked home I
A slone was thrown at. a train on
tne miaiiuc a ureal western itai roan
Monday, about a mile west, of Mans-1
. in. iinuu a large (nine in xihks, i
rue pieces irom which mt a passenger
ine wrist, iniiirins him severe v.
Such an act is most dastardly, and the
greatest efforts should be made to dis-
covtrthe perpetrators, who in this in
stance are said to be half grown hovs.
Xo letters, sealed or unsealed, can
pass through the -malls nt-a rate less
than three cents for each half euueenr
Iractinn thereof. The onlv "nostal
authorized by Itiw is the one just
issueu oy tire uepartmeut. Writing
otlrer than an address upon anyoiher
canls, subjexta them to tho tegular three
cent-rate.- Cards wholly printed may
mailed at the rate of one cent for
each two ounces ir fractiou thereof,
fully prepaid by stamps.
Ice Cream and Lemonade at Lang'
I jiok sells lots of Flour, because he
I -cepe ut ocsi to wwu
Postal cards are not returnable to
Uhe writer. Auy vulgar pr obscene de-
I vices on them, will prevent their de-
I livery and they are to be destroyed by
I , . . mi n..,n
I r ine uandies, the best that is made
mi.i n ,
Fifteen rents per dozen for esres at
the rauit alley store. 41
The blood-thirsty musnoito is on
the war-path. Titer muster bVJiatal
lions in the twilight hour, and swoop
down upon the unprotected heathen
like a June hug on a newlv painted
A fine stock - of Hay Forks
Rakes at Ilarpstor, Rudy & Co.
A Sugar, 12'i cents; Yellow Sugar,
--Hall the people's Photographer, tf
The basis of local prosperity con
sists in keeping money in circulation at
home." .1 hat s what we have rreqnent-
ly remarked to our. subscribers anfl
hope they may "uever weary in well
Soma of the nicest Picture Frames
lyou ever JawrtCeurtney Appleton s.
Get your partv and wedding cakes
at Lang's Bakery. t t!
A new lot of the latest and most
.lji - r
Jmt received at Courtney Appleton's.
Vi-iii nn trp-t RtiwwwHV!! viewa of
the AaUhrsitol IfrtfTor's flflltroa fit
Couftnev & Appleton?8.
Succeeded at Last.
ii nowever siuck last wnen
Wnnd his re.eh The W immltA.
The-otlier dayen eight-yeaKqld boy
made an expertme'nl by attempting to
see how far down bU threat he could
put a piece of scrap tin. ' He suoeeeded
in getting it so far down that he couldn't
lp Wnmp alnrmpil And emlenvAred fn
Roller; but couldn't. The tin which
chiAl- xwlnn-ricA K-e.Al-Al f Via hMAtl.
nml nnwlni'm.x Lltlll' f 9 rnrrlinr
sound. In a few minutes quite a num
ber had gathered around him, some for
the purpose of relieving him of his tin,
and others through curiosity.'; It is tlie
first case known in which tin ever
spoiled the spouting arrangement. It
did in him, I tell you. For he couldn't
boiler worth any thing. They tried to
get the piece of tin out, but the attempt
proved a failure, whereupon some fellow
IP a stick n(1 pushed it farther down.
The boy remained scared the jrliile.
He Stood i with mouth expanded, arms
extended and features distorted, nro-
ducing qtiitp a distracted spectacle.
Eventually, however, the scrap of tin
disappeared entirely down his throat,
and the pain apparently subsided, and
the boy closed his mouth with a perfect
satisfaction that he would never try it
agam. . . .
He trotted' off . to scliool, but it is
thought he didn't study much that day,
for the hoys kept telling him, he was
going to die. When he returned home
he related the circumstance to his moth-
s,,e placed her hand upon her
young hopeful 8 head to smooth bis hair
down to. its place, for It stood" up like
the quills on au excited porcupine,
from fr'Kht' "d she saM a console
. ,u, .h l1l ,,h A
w . u. ,i, wi.i . ti
1,07 was immediately relieved. Perspi-
ration ceawa. his nervousness abated'
his mind reconciled again, brought
color once more to his face, and the
corpse-like youth returned to what he
was, but. a wiser boy.
Sabbath School Convention.
The Holmes County Sabbath School
Convention will meet at Holmesville,
Tuesday the 17th inst.
Tbe following is the programme
adopted by the Executive Committee:
CUESDAT MORNING. .
by Rev. O.Ai UngUesf;
9:30. Devotional -exercises. Con-
neted" ty Rev. Xunehiarher. , .
10:00 EnroHmcn't of delegates.
10:15 Appointment of C-ommittees,
and miscellaneous business.
11 :00 ;Dlseussiori The tine spirit
and aim required in- our S. S. Work.
11 :30 The value of SaWiatl Schools
forming and developing tlie future
character of the nation. " Ojiencd by
Rev. W. M. Gibson.
:45-tiscussjon uporf quesonsprb
tbe ,1 . i i t .
1 :30 Opening exercises.
1:4.1 The place tor prayer, in the
Aallhnlh !31Wi! nntl Ita tinnArtlliM In
-r o.i t
- - -
2 :30 What are the proper means to
used to induce children to attend and
continue in the Sabbath School ? Open-
by Rev. M. P. Foglesong.
3:00 Cultivating the Missionary
4njr,t ln tfie 8- S- nml encouraging the
School throngh its contrihntmns to aid
the Missionary work. Rev. E. B.
5 ; -;
- - evtoino. -j i
"TSIO-DIscnssibn On the duty of ,par-
ents -t tne Sabbath School.', r . ..
... '' Weusesdajt. -. "-
u :30 Devotional exereises. Conduc
tbe v .,.,,
1 -fin P.nniD VI P!J. .. .5
.. . . -
miscellaneous business. -
10:00-The Importance of it higher
standard of qualifications for S. S.
Teacher. fn christian life and character,
and. the means. tb secure it. .Opened by
Rtfv. Baehe. ri
30:45 i How can wehest nromote the
cause of temperance thyongh ill S. S,
-TeacbeVs roeetnigs. i "Opened
y.BohtJnsticeEs.., f 'ii
- - AFrmoiOOK.
1 :30 Children's meeting,
2:30 Report of Committee on Reso
3:00 He port of Committee on nomi
3:15 Report of the Corresponding
Secretary. ' .
8:30 How shall the. good results of
"their Convention be secured to tlie sev
eral Schools in tlie eoiuitr? ' '.
4 :0n Closing exercises. .
A. S. MILHOLLAND.
" Ch'n Ex. Com.
Bent. Print, 10c. per yd.
' ' .-- ' ; At Jrlayerii'.
Ferrotype picturesat Hall's Gallery.
ool twine 13 cents per pound ut
' auey stor e. .41
i.'-,. i , -r a , .
Imlifi,.., iio.L.. A ' '.i
Ilreneral Dehilin- In n.oi1...,-.f,..t!i-no
Ferro-Phosnorated Ellvlr nf Pilia-ivi
maue nv l.aswe I. Iltiz.-inl fn v.
York, anil sold by all druggists, is the
urai iuiik;. is a snmuiaut tonic for
patients recovering from fever ar other
sickness, it has no equal. If taken du
ring the season it irrevrrrts- fever anil
ague ami other intermittent fever.
' . 40-w-l.
Jafih Billings savs:"1 "I haVe of
lieen told that the liest way is to
take a hull by the lioi rs;hut I think
many instances, I should prefer
the tail hold."
"I" go. through mv work'iepri.ving
ly," said tbe needle to the idle bov.
,'Byt not till you're pushed through,"
triumphantly replied the boy to-the
A Valuable Book.
Dr. E. B. Foote's new and fine work,
on "Plain Home Talk and Medical Com
mon Sense, is nndonbtedly the best Pri
vate Medical Work Published, being
nicely bound volume of nearly 1,000
pages with 200 Illustrations. We un
derstand -that the beautiful original
Chromo "Throw Physic to the Dogs,'
is. given to each purchaser of the Book.
ft is not often that a Physician advo
cates the "Throwing of Physic to the
Dogs;" but the views of Dr. Foore can
best obtained by perusing this work,
See advertisement in another column
Trumbull's Family Record.
This is a beautiful work of art,
magnificent engraving twenty by twen
ty-four inches, and is intricatelv filled
in with gracefully drawn scrolls, and
pen figurations. It is designed as a rec
ord for Births; Marriages and Deaths.
The chief feature of admiration is the
beauty of the design, the Record por
traying with good taste the good angels
frhich guard these chief events in life.
It wifl make a most beautilul parlor
ornament. The entire piece of pen
manship has an elevating influence,
and seems to carry one above this world
of vicissitudes to the snblimer realms
where angels dwell- The emblematical
illustration and socuneut of the Sec
ord are appropriate and instructive.
We feel sure that when .once this beau
tiful work is shown te the citizens of
this ceAinty, that "the" agent, Mr. W. B.
Farra. will have- but little difficulty in
procuring subscribers for it.
-T&u that admire. grand scenerv go
to Courtney A Appleton's, aadeee those
nm xo-peiBlo .views., f
Ohio State Sabbath School Union.
The fourteenth'annuxl convention of
the Ohio Stale S. S. Unipn will be Seed
in Akron, June'lith and 12th, 1873,
commencing Wednesday morning, at
Bey. J. H. Vincentl D. D Will be
present fhronnout the Convention.
W, H. Dqane -will comiuct the music.
The clflrrehes,and peeple generally say,
S. F. McCoy
R. COWDEN, Cor. Sec'y.
Cameo pictures at Hall's Gallery.
Mrs. Battin's New Rooms and New
Over McCormick's Jewelry store, op
posite the Empire House you will find
nem stock oi .nunnery uoous pur
chased at the lowest cash prices which
am determined to givn my customers
the benefit ot by selling at unprece-
dehtedly low prices..i
MRS. H. BATTIN.
Itet Prints. 10c. per yd.
' : - At Mayer'.
The "Housekeeper" of our Health.
"The liver fs the. great ' depurating or
blood cleansing qrgan of the system.
Set the great h'ohsekeeperof -our health
at wosk, and the foul corruptions which
gender in the bloody and rot out, a3 it
were, the machinery of life, are grad
ually expelled from the system. For
this" purpose Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi
cal Discovery is pre-eminently-the article-
needed. JCt cores every kind of
humor. from- toe -WArst scrofula, to the
common pimple, blotch or eruption.
Great eating ulcers kindly heal under
its mighty curative influence. Viru
lent, blood poisons that lurk in the sys
tem are by it robbeq'ol their terrors,
and -by s persevering and somewhat
protracted use of it, tlie most tainted
system may be couipletelv renovated
and built up anew. Enlarged glands,
tumors and swellings dwindle away and
disappear under tbe influence of this
great resolvent. It is sold bv all drug
gists. " B13.
For a s:ick of tlie best flower in
town, goto Lang's Bakery. - - - tf
AH kind of pictures at Hull's gal
We are in formed that Ihe most per
sistent aud unyielding of the private
citizens who have claims vs. tlie British
Government, are Dr. J. C. Aver & Co.,
Lowell, Mass., tiie-iuannfactitrers of
medicines. They mil consent to nothing-
less than that their demand for
medicines destrored by the British pi
rates shall be paid in sold and in dol
lars to the last cent. Thev are embold
ened by the fact that the destruction of
their' goods by the English in China
and elsewhere (for Where are not that
troublesome nation trampling upon
somebody ?) have . hitherto been paid in
lull, and Uiev now say- that they shall
'be. Tbey, however, propose this com
promise: Give us Canada and we will
can it even, pecause we can men sena
our remedies there without duty.
Washington jVetp. .,
For a good clean lunch go to Lang's
Bakery, - tf
Reward of Merit.
The following' strong certificate as to
the curative virtues of Miss Sawyer's
Salve, we clip from tlie Patten roi'ce: -
1 We are hapnr to liv before onr
readers the following euro, effected by
tlie use of Miss Sawyer's Salve.
Mr. Silas isryant of- Sherman, lias
been afflicted for years with what the
doctors pronounced a icrfulouf cancer.
lie consulted the most skilllul physi
cians in vain, and was finally induced
try Miss Sawyers Sa!vcniu now al
ter nsine the", fourth bos, he Is entirely
cured, anil enjoys perfcet health, tf
Shadow pictures at Hnll's Gallery.
Look to vour interest. If vou want a
Sewing Machine zo to tbe Messrs. Hull's
now rooiu, nearly opposite the Post Of
fice, and get a good one, one that is easy
operate and easy to run. The cheap
est and best machine in the world nev
er out of order, and is universally liked
wherever known, and one that will last
alifethite. ' . 4tf
' Always a fine assortment of cakes
and pies at Lung's Bakery. - tf
Economy is the Road to Wealth.
1T011 ran save money by buying your
Spring and Summer Clothing of Isaac
Alarx. lie sells retail at wholesale
prices, small profits ami quick sales, is
his motto. It is monev in your pocket
give tieiii a trial liefore buying else
where. i:einem her tne place ol the old
S. Clothing Store, two doors west of
Court House. 2uws
Jiest Prtnt: 70c. per ytl.
. . t AtMnyerii'.
To all who are in need of nancr. en
velopes, 4c., plain or tuyry, we would
state, that we have ,n good assortment
hands anil are fitting up the room
b.tck of the l'osft Oflice, where samples
our slock ciiiT lie seen. -- The best
hrnndof Cap, Jiegal Cap, Fools Cti(
Note Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads
Note and Letter Paper, alwayson hands
Envelopes or all styles nnu colors. Our
paiier and envelopes are of the best
quality, and will be sold at the very
lowest tlgtires. .persons, wishing to have
their ranis printed on their envelopes,
letter head?, ''an have it done at lit
tle expense. Please' reuiemlier that all
kinds of stationery ran he had nt
wholesale or retail.
Threshing Machines, Horse Powers.
Reaping and Mowing Machines, Sulky
Uay Kukes, Plows, lload Scraiieri,
Farm Bells, or castings ol almost any
kind can lie bought at (he shop of the
Millersburg Machine Company, at great
ly reduced prices. . 2."tf
Best Prints, 10c. per yd.
There is do pain which the Centaur Liniment
will not reliere, no swelling it will not snbdne
and no lameness which it will not en re. This
strong language, but it is true. Where the part
is not gone, its effects are marvelous. It has
produced more enres ot rheumatisin,neuralgia,
lock-jaw, palsy, sprains swellings, caked
breasts, scalds burns salt rhuem, ear-ache,
upon the hotnan frame, and of strains.
spavin, galls Ac, upon animals in one Tear
than have all other pretended remedies since
the world began. It is a counter-irritant, an
all-healing pain reliever. Cripples throw away
their crutches, the lame walk, poisonons bites
are rendered harmless and the wonaded are
healed without a sear. It is no humbug. The
ecipeis publishod around each bottle. It
selling as no article ever before sold,and it sells
because it does Just what it pretends to do. -
Those who now suffer from rheumatism, pai
or swelling, doserre to suffer if they will not
use Centaur Liniment. More than 1000 certifi.
catcsof remarkable cures, including frozen
umtM, Chronic rheumatism, gout, running tu-
mors, Ac-, bxtc been received. MVe will send
a circular containing certificates, the recipe.
Ac-, gratis to any oae requesting it. One bot
tle of the yellow wrapper Centaur Liaimeat
worth one . hundred dollars for spavined or
sweenied horses and mules or for screw-worm
in sheep. Stock owners this Liniment
worth your attention. Xo family should
without Centaur Liniment. J. B. Reel X Co.
Xew York. - . - .
Caatoria is more than a substitute fer Cas
tor Oil. It is theonlysafeartiele in existence
which is certain to assimilate tbe food, regn
late the bowels cure wind colic and produce
natural sleep. It contains neither minerals,
morphine or alcobol, and is pleasant to take.
Children need not cry and mothers may rest.
DIED. Mar 7th. 1873. of Consumntion. Sa
bab Jane, daughter of Joseph and Margaret
n vigamot, agea km years ana o moatns.
A funeral discourse was preached on the oc
casion by Ber. G. J.. Buges after which her
remains were interred in the cemetery near
the German Lutheran church in Berlin town-
On the aOt'h Ot W.V UK CathAvIn STnrmc
m u iiw ctr Bere. .
Mother Korae'B pilgrimage was a lone one
ami exposed.to many trials. She wasadero.
esd christian mother, having spent oyer sixty
years in the Master's service. As her end drew
nigh the frequently expressed a desire to de
part and be with Christ. SeeleaTes a husband
and a large circle of friends to mount ber loss
We Kjoit that she is not dead bat lireth with
M. P. F.
June 4, 1873.
FLOUR, obi. Retail,
WHEAT. White buh-
ururtK tpv.i v...i.
CORN', per bush (new)
it 1 J :
OATS, uew, bush.
CLOVER SEED. W bush.,
TIMOTHY SEED, "
. I 50
r i . . -V ajvcsf,
WHITE BEANS, "
11 AY, '- ton. - - .
EGGS, fl doz
BITTER, (in roll) In.
HAMS. " .
SHOULDERS, ft lb. -
TALLOW, " - -
IIKIKU APPLES, lb..
DRIED TEACHES, U lb '
PARED PEACHES, - - .
RAGS. lb. - . ' .
FKATHERS, lb. . -. -
SALT, t) bbU retail,-
WOOL. s( lb. - - - .
WOOD, per Cord. - ' .
S G0&4 UI
T." fn rf nin hn m n,l c.w. .k.i . dnil
uiLKTStt a, Ari'i.r.ros haveoi
And lo convinced that too ran do better to
buy ot them.
Don't You See ?
Singer Sewing Machines,
New Family Ma
which has won favor
in the households of
thenitlion, will Hem,
KelL Turk, Cord. Quilt
Trim, Bind, Gather
and on at (feeF-une
time, 1 nlT. r riDze.Piue.
Hemstitch. Uuffie, Einhruider and ltruid. and
Hew fro in the finest of fo-ssainer tissue to the
aeaviest teaver witn etuaiiaciuty.
Sold for cash, good trouiisory notm or on
monthly payment, to suit the circuuifitanres
tne oor ami ncn alike.
The biusrer Manniacturinar Co. I tbe onlv
company iu the world that manufactures ma
comes lor an kidu oi worti.
Manof ac tnring Machines.
These are too well known to need comment,
having machines expressly for Carriage Trim
mer. Smldler?, Shoemakers, Tailors, et.
AH machines kept in order free of charge.
Second-hand machines sold rhji Needles,
Attachments and tlie lt Oil that does not
gum kept on hand. '
The Sales of Last YearNew Triumphs.
The statistics from sworn return of the Sales
ol" Hewing Machines in 1872 (reported in 187:1)
show that the Singer Manufacturing Co. sold
last year, over 4aUU0 more machines than any
other company. Nine out often of said
Singer Machines were for Kamily use. An
nexed are the sales of tbe different makers:
Singer Manufacturing Oo. sold t!,758
Wheeler A Wilson Manufacturing to. ' 174,088
rover & Baker S. M. Co. 65,010
Weed S. M. CO. 42,444
Howe Machine Co. estimated. 145,000
Wilson S. M. Co. 23,606
Am. B . H. O. 4 9. M, Co. 18,i0
Florence S. M. Co. JS,?
DaffeSwM.lo. . .-- - 1 'tf.1- H,T6
Domestic S. M. Co. 49,534
Blees S. M Co. WW
B. P. Iloas S. M. Co. 14,907
Do not fail to examine the Siorer liefore you
purchase. Machines will lie kept in E.rse
gebipaeb's Dry Goods Store.
3)yi WM. DOMER, Agent.
Best Till j tl8 West
Atchison, Topeka L Santa
THREE MILLION ACRES
Situated in and near tbe Arkansas Valley, the
, f inest I'ortion oi naasas.
Eleren years Creit. Seven percent. Interest.
ilSti percent, reduction to settler
A Free Puss to Land Buyers!
THE FACTS about this Grant are Low
Prices, Tng Credit, and a rebate to settlers of
nearlT one-fourth:- a rich soil and splendid
climate; short amlniild winters; early plaut-
IHKIUIl HWniliirriuR Bvn. pmmjwiiniu-
I'iil. mid wist at the right season: Coal. Stone
Brick on the line; cheap rates pn Lumber,
Coal. Ac; no Lauds owned hy speculators;
Homesteaus ami i rc-ruipiion now auuuaani;
lir-trtass Kail road on tne line oi a great
through mute; Products will pay for Land and
It is the bet ouuort unity ever offered to the
public, through the recent completion or the
For circulars and general information.
Address A. K. TOCZAL1N,
Manager Land lepartiuent,
33 ToriKA, Kax.
For the Ncioest and Lnlest Goods
in the Market.
Grand Rush at Faint VaUey.
Having bought out J. B. Philliiw. W Will
have the exclusive trade of this place, and lo
show the people of this Dndmrmnnding viuin
ity that we arc in earueHt auu mean huidess,
aira- Kllinir our mofl hitit dmrL-n-al tlia Inv.
hlhle living prices.
Hat and Caps
Hoot a and Shoes,
Ready - Mtitfe Clothing, d. 1
Print- 10 ot. per ynnl.
lelaine lctH. iter yanl.
Dress tiooilt at Ihtttorti Prices.
Fine assortment of White (ioods.
Itlearheil Muslin 10 rU. per yanl.
. Mj.?nV Out on Mihi1, 6cts, kt pair.
Woinen' UiMted llose, ISrt. per pair.
Plow Points kept constantly on hand.
Higho-ft market price paid for cwmtrv pro
duce. JOHN SPENCER & SON,
Paint Valley, Ohio.
TO CO TO
r We hare one of the
Most Extensive Stocks!
In the United States,
Our Own Haifa !
No loost stairs to climb. a in other eatab-
ishments. we have & vprv inurinr Srram
Passeneer Elevator, so it i-i no trouble to took
at sood on the upjier floors.
HART & MALONE,
I03, 105 & 107 Water St.,
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ft. R.
Thedirect route lbr.loliet. Morris. Ottawa.
ijasatie. rem. nenrv. iil:i-on. i'eoriu. i;enne
seo, Miiline, Kock island, Davenport. Mtw-a-
ime, nauinKion,iumiuHy.i,rinuel. Newton,
Des Moines, t uunril Bluffs ami Omaha, with.
otttehanire. where it joins with the I'nion Pa
cific Railway lor Denver, Salt LnkeCity, Sac
ramento. an rvncisco, ami an iiointswest
on the Pacillccoast. Trains leave daily, viz:
Omaha, Leavenworth a Atchison Kxnres(e-c-
u;fluuun,.h 1V.UU A. JH.
reru Accommodation, (excent Sundnvst.
5.U0P. V .
Omnba and Leavenworth Express, (excent
- oararuaysj. lu.w r.At
Deoot corner Harrison and Sherman streets
Ticket oflice SS West Madison street, Sherman
nouse. ; - -
TbeChicasxh Rock Island and Pacific Rail
road Compuny have now opened their South-
W Alto n Ili.ijiAn lu.vaAH T n ...... 1. . .
chison aud Chicago, cvnnecting at Leaven
worth with Kansas Parirlc and Missouri Pa-
illc Railroads.and at Atchison with Atchison
-Toneka Santa Ke. Central Braaeh Union Pa.
citic.and Atchison A Nebraska Railroads, for
an points in n.ansas, inuian territories, tolo.
rado and New Mexico. The Companv htiTe
nunc a iuii complement ot raiace uiawing
Koom and-HletfoiDT Care, which for external
beauty-and interior arrangements fovtlic com
fort, convenience and luxury of passengers are
nnequaien oy any omer cars oi die Kiutt in t lie
world. Throuafb tickets lor sale at all nrinei-
pal and way ticket onices.
ncuB cuddle, uenerai upertntemtent.
A.M. Smith. General Passenger Aareut. Chi
cago, III. . t ,
f Want a cook.
" Want a clerk.
Want a partner,
Want a situation.
Want a servant girl,
Want to sell a piano.
?- , Want to sell a carriage,
' '-' Want to buy or sell a farm ,
Want ' a ' boarding place.
Want to sell town property,
Want to sell .groceries or drugs.
Want to sell household furniture,
Want to sell rtrv - kooiL. or- rarnet.
tWant t And customers for inrthinsr.
AOVBRfrlSE IX THE ' REPUBLICAN.
Advertising will gain new customers.
Adverting win Keep oja customer;,
Advertising liticrally alwavs pavs,
Advert iMn mates success eay,
Advertising begets eonfrtence,
Ailvertising shows energy,
Advertising shows plnckV -
t . i Advertising means biz.
Advertise or 'bust,"
! Advertise- long.
h; . 3Jow.
FOR ALL who are .willing to work. Anv
person, old or young, of either sex, can make
irom f !0 to $rrf) iwr week, at home, day or eveu
inx. Wanted bv mil. Suitable to e'iilier cirv
or country, and any season of the year. This
is a rare opportunity lor tuose who are out ol
work, ami out of monev. to make an indeneml.
ent living. No capir.-tl lieing required. Our
pamphlet, How to Make a I-ivinir," giving
full instructions sent on receijit of to rent.
Address A. IK RK)S A LiL Morrisunia.
estcuester co .New i ort.
AgeiltS .Everywhere to sell onr new and
Wnted.. Send for illustraieil circular to
McKee Manufacturing Co, 3(1!) Broadway, N.Y.
The Parlor Companion.
Every Lady wants one.
very Man ought to have one.
Hent on receiot of 10 rent. Address T. F.
H 1E t Co- li Seventh Avenue, New York.
Somen Flirtation Signals-
Sent on receipt of 35 cents. l'nicue Printing
anu ruunsniug House, t esey street, a. k
The Seckwith $20 Portable Family
Sewing Machine on 30 Days Trial;
juany advantages overall. atis taction guar
anteed or tM refunded. Sent complete, with
full directions. Beck with Sewing Machine
ka- odx iroauway, Aew l ortv.
The New Elastic Truss.
An Important Invention. It retain the rup
ture at all times and under the hardest exer
cise or severest strain. It i worn wi'h com
fort, and if kep on night and day. efferts a
permanent euro in a few weeks. Sold cheap.
and sent by mail when requested, circular
free, when ordered hy letter sent to the Elastic
Truss Co., No. 6St Broadway, New York City.
Nobodv uses Metal Surinr Trusses: too pain
ful; they slip off too frequently. :eow1y
""PROPRIETOU OF THE
MlllerslJiLrc Fnrniture Rooms
rpHE snbscrilier i prepared to fill orders of
1 nil KiniiK in ms tine who promptness ana
ispaccn. ne Keeps consianny on nanu
LL KINDS OF FFRMTI RE
From the cheapest quality to the finest, a lit
tie cheaper than the ame art icle can he pro.
cured eUewhore. A splendid article of
Eept constantly on hand.
REPAIRING Neatly Pone o short
Special attention given to the business of
Metallic, Excet-ior and Walnut Coding kept
constantly on hand. Co 01 us manufactured to
onler. Ttvo goml lleare kept constantly in
readiness to artend call-..
J. & G. ADAMS,
Oo a Cenaral Banking, Discount and
Oaposit Businass. , , .
Atif.NTS r R Til K
North Pacific 7-30 Gold Loan,
Th most ttalrnhl RaMroail Mvuritr aotr ab
GOOD FARM FOR SALE.
ff ACRICA in .leBerson Township. Co
Xlff hoc toa County, 3 miles from War
saw, the new Kailma1 crosintf li mile from
station hi the prtHMktt Ruilnwd from i Osboc
ion to Mt. Vernon, will adaptetl to fruit cul
ture SXV growing each tree and apple
tree, cherries, pars. grapes tr. Kitlv-eight
acre cleared, tillable land. 45 timlHreii, well
watered bv four never failing iprings. Price,
:iMKIjind tenin lileral.
Al-o, a immiierof giMI fami, house and
lot In Huluic i'ouutv. tor sle bv
4ti-moil. . Hi t Bot' l.' Jt EWINU.
i IIa jnst receiveil a large slock .
AMERICAN i SWISS
I WATCHES f
InGLl and SILVEH CASES.
Gold and Silver tharms in abun
dance . A la rye assortment
of Studs, Buttons, line
tiold and silver Kings,
Gold bracelets, line
$ Charms, Silver Thimbles, Gold $
1 ril, IIH.rei, -a
J Platel Ware. Ac. We
continue to sell Elin
f - and Waltham
1 - Watches at fac- .
Call and See our stock of Goors.
SotolOUper cent, saved
hy to uoinr. We do t
'as we wih to be
done by. All '
Chronometers, Clock!, V
tcn Keiairetl on short J
a-Took Tor the Big Watch m
anil Spectacle Sign.
y&p m"mba" tM
The BEST STOVES in the
Call and See Them, at
Has the lart storeroom ami the largest
fork or Boots and Shoes, at the Lovest
rriest ever offered in Holmes C'ountr.
Is nrr to make Mile every time. ;o to liir
tor jonr Boots and Shoes.
Burs bis aooils cheap from the inanuractorv,
ami slls them at a verr small ailranre for
celling Booti aad Shoe at Way Down
. Prices for rain.
Ha anythinc yon want in the tray of Boots
having a great ruu at hi Cheap Cash
Boot and Shoe Store. ,
Never fail to make a sale of Boots and
Shoes. Give him a rail.-
1 Cherryholmes "
Proposes to save you 20 cents on Every
Dollar yon invest in Boors ana Shoes, at lite
Cheap t ash and One Price Store.
heap Boot and Shoe Store i the only place to
' Cherryholmes ,
Hus the Cheapest stock of Boors ami Shoes
in Holmes tounly.
Sells Women Congress Uniter at
selling Womeii's Carpet Slippers at 4 OctS-
A tireat Bargain.
selling Hand-Made Kip Boots at $3. SO.
The Cheapest t 'nits in the county.
Is selling a Splendid Calf Boot at $ 4.00.
Has am pairs Mens' Plow Shoes-
ogering treat Bargains In Misses aah 'hil-
dren. Shoes. Ureav Bargain...
selling Button Shoes aad lia iters at Kotiiie-
at No. 9. Nutinnal Bank Bnililing. reat
Bargains tw Boois.shoes aud lallier.
An Onler Attachment.
Isaac fYench, deft.
tor 94th dav AnriL A. I. 191X aid Jim.
tier issued an order of attach meat In th
veactioulbr th hum of al.'si. and twentv
BOMKNITZ A t,ARR.
Harrison M nclaraa and .lohn arnr p
Ciwkv. PlaintiifH. axaiat I VL?..V7.
- - i nmnKH vs., t
' j ll ;
an a. -wj rm Tar
RICHNESS OF TONE I
SURPASSED BY NONE.
The ESTEY Is becoming
a Household Word
Large Numbers are Being
Sold In this and ad
The Pepple are Finding Out
Its True Merits and
Worth, and Will
have no Other. ;
SAMPLE INSTBDHENTS !
CAS BE SEES BY CALLtSG AT THE
POST OFFICE: BUILDING,
T. B. CUNNINGHAM,
Ber. M. P. FOGLESONG,
asir ' -r LOCAL ACENTS.
MISS SAWYER'S SALVE.
TTERB Jtm fcatn a salve eomblntnf sootkinf ami
XX beanng- properties, with do dangeroos iacred
tent. A remedy at band for the manv MiM ana
acnes, womtaa ana oruisea to wmco nesn e aeu.
more easily applied than many other n-mediea,
lever prodoctnc a bad effect, bat always leaeving
pain, however severe.
It is prepared by Aftst Sawyer, wbo baa need it
ber own extensive treatment of tbe sick, foe
warty twenty years, with great success.
Tbe principal diseases for which this sabre Is ree
orameiMed are. CkUttain. BhetrmctisnL, i7j,
Scvfnla, Old Ulcer. att M r li Spruin. Sttrns,
Fever Sorts, Felon. Pimple. Erysipelas, tfora
Etfes. Barter's Jlch, Deafne, Boil, RtMO-ttormi,
Corn, Bites of Jnect, Cancer, Toothache, Ear
STAC, Sore Ifipple. Baldntr, Sttolleu BremMa,
HcK Scold Head, Teething. Chopped- Bond
Scald. Cut. Bruises, Croup, Crocked Up ao4
Sorm mm Chiklrom
It never falls to core Rhewmatlsm if property
applied. Rub it on well with tbe band three times
aday. In several eases it has cored palsied hmbs
for Pile ft has been discovered to be a sore rem
sdy. Persons that have been afflicted for yean
bare been relieved by a few spprtcalkn. For Erf
tipelo k works wonders, a 1 farina; the fnflanisiatioD
iud qoietina; the patient. For Chapped Hands it
reduces a com iotosidiatelv. Let taose with Salt
ffhevm obtain this Salve, and apply it freer, aad
Aey will And H Invaluable. It Is aood in eases of
Scrofula and Tumor. Cancer bavs been enrol
aith it. The best Salve ever invented for Swollen,
Brmet and Sore Jfipple. Bo way snjuriowa. bat
are to afford relief. Sore or Weak Eyea Rob it
a the lids fently.oneeor twice a dav. Caresdeat
seas by pottins: in tbe ears on a piece of cotton.
For Felon this Is superior to anything known.
For Pimples this acts like a charm. For Burn
and Scald, apply tbe 8hrc at once and It fives
haraedlate relief. For Old Sorts, apply one a
Xnt among tits leat of tbe Invaluable properliey
of Mwa tsAWtr.K'H tALVE are ha beneficial effects
on the hair. Robbed on tbe scalp, in Ave or six
difU-rent parts, it proosotea tbe growth of the hair,
prx-vents it turuing gray, and oo bald spots it pro
duces a new growth of hair. No lady should bo
without this invaluable article as an iitdlspensablo
cossMtie tbr the toilet. It eradicates daadnff ana
disease from the bead, and blotches and pimpk
from the face.
From Mrs. ZLIZ ABETS COOMBS, Brunswick.
I BruiMWiek, April 4. 18ST.
Kim Sawtkr: I received your letter but even
ing, and was very ghd yon concluded to let aw
take your Salvo. 1 think I can do weU with it, ana
It will be quite an acvommodation to my husband.
hs cannot get along mnthomt it. Be has tried
everything else and has never found anything taaf
healed his leg as ttml Salve of yours, and we aave
botb found it To be rr'f. and even more. Shan pom
tcommemditmb. We have bad it in the family
live or six years, and have need it for everything,
and can truly au to hare merer found it eawaV.
use it for a weak twos, and it ae like a charm.
Mr. OxMnbe has bad a Error Sore om Ai leg Jar
tfiirtft ucim, and womtd be a eripple So-dau. if bo
had not feomd a remedy in pow Nk. It keeps,
healed, and takes out tbe inflamsaatiou, cowt
iesb and swelling, and doe for him all that be can,
ask. I can recommciid it for a good many things
that yon have not. for I owe it for t wry thing, i
consider it invaluable in a tsmily.
Yours. e.. KUZAHETH COOMBS,
TO TiiK AFFUCTK1K
I ryoiwDrngfftet to out of Oie Salvo, and ntgteets
w keep auprvbed, send ststy oenU as mrcrd be
low, and nxvive a bus by return maiL
rut op la Large Boxes at 50 Owllta eaca
nearly three limes as large as the box represented:
toni rVtmnred by MISS C- 8AWYKR, and
pot up hr L. M. ROB BINS, WholsnMlm
nd Retail Druga-iac, KocklajKl. afa.
Trial box sent free by mail on reueip of sixty
cents by L. X. ROBBINS, Rockland, at.
THIS VA LIT A BMC SALTS 18 SOLD BT
AJJa I K A I. bKS IN MKMtl.VCd.
Groceries, Provisions, Toys,
: NOTIONS, cCc.
Wonldrepnrtf.illT ansoaneo to hH easlom ee
find the iteuplo geueratly, that he has. remov ed
the room fortnorlv occupied bv W. F. Sbarn.
itonrea-it of I hler McDowell's whero
always be found a cbjotco stock of
SUGAR, COrFEE. TEA.
Aud everything ia that line.
FINE STICK CANDIES,
Cigars ami Tobago, Frnlt lajrtraem. aLargw
Stock of Fine Table til a-, ware, Umps Um
Chimney, Burner ami Wiekw, Violint. tH-
antl wrings, rrrri vrrvj, nst
DolKChiua Itolla, Vase,Hor, Wacows Ato.
Ni4ion of evr- variety tilove. Jewelry,
rVrlhrne. Lalle Baskets, Rnvelopea, Paper
ami Ieais also choice orardea seed.
Cash or trad for Buttar
23(f-T3 GEOBGE TOG EL.