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Holmes County Republican
XaO O. IjB Mjt.t.ersbcbq, : : : -Arj- 28, 1873. Notice to Subscribers. Sahsariber eaa always tell how their mb oription aceoant stands, by looking-at the Igua after tJi r names on the address latiel ' nted on the margin of the paper. Those &g , aressbowtfaeexactdateto wlueh enbsrription ' has bora paid. Tbera mar possibly be seme suistaaas m the dates, if to Mr subscribers will Jtea4e let its anew what thcr are. Arrival and Departure of Malls at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. ABBTTt-y " '-""3 ' Corns Kerth, -. l(i.a a. .tsoaat; South, p. m. aiPAiT pao or net) Going- Korth, 10.15 a. m. fame Sooth, ... uaa.au STAGE LINES. j-nH.,. . ' ajtarrs, - '' From Coshocton, Mondays Wednesdays and i Fridays, at Cw p.m. . .. - . . .. -! , -. piriar. ' :' ' ' Tuesdays TbnriHliys and Saturdays TJ)0a.in. ABBOT.' From Canal Dover, Tia Shanesrille. Walnnt . Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays - and r rirtaj-s, at U M. , v -bbtabt.. . - Mondays, Wednesdays aad Fridays at 1.00 p.ra. ' ABBOT. From Sew Phiiadelphi Tia RagenTille, New Bedford, SaluUo, etc, Saturdays, at 3f m. er rr"'""" c :-WABT. ' . ?... I , 'wtvit w-J .fenrordaya.at 1 p.n.. ABBITE. From Koehs Tie Beaten. Sir. TTnne. .fr . Mon days, Wednesdays and Fridays, at p. m. ' BET AST. . Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays, at T a. m. Fatet Valley Arrlre and Depart Wednesdays ana Saturdays. : Office Honrs from 1 a, m. to 8 p. nu STAGE LINES. T. R. CUNNINGHAM. P. M. Sociable. ... The Presbyterian Sociable was well attended in the Park last Thursday evening. Everything was very nicely . arranged. ' A threatening shower drove a good many people borne shortly after . nine o'clock, or the proceeds would have . been ten or fifteen dollars more. As it was the proceeds were about forty-eight dollars. The interest in these sociables seems to be on the increase. Recipe for Killing a Town. To kill a town, underrate every pres ent or prospective enterprise; speak ill of theebnrches and schools;'tell every body the hotels are bad; enlarge the vices of the people, especially the young people; withhold your patronage from your - merchants and tradesmen, and bay your goods and groceries at other places; never subscribe for the local papers ; and if you are in business, re fuse to advertise. Persevere, in these modes, and your town will goon'be ready to be "fenced in." ' The Fruit Crop. It seems to be pretty well established 'that we are to ' have much less than an average crop of fruit-" Early, in . the Maaoa the promise was good, but in al most every part of the Union this prom be will not be realized.' In some local ities late frosts are assigned as the rea ' sob for this short-coming, bnt the most proli&ble cause assigned is that the trset were considerably injured by the severe wiaeiv and hid( notiufileient vitality to sustain and grow a full ere p.- Jiost "trees bloomed in profusion, and set full of fruit, but the latter soon dropped off, and, in fact, it is said many trees died. Arm Broken. J' On'Thursday last Mr. Sylvanus Clark, while getting ready to come down from the scaffolding on Saunder's new house, -fell to the ground a distance of' thirty feet.' The scaffold had given away, and : fell with hira,ene of the boards strik big him as he feU.' -JH5frm was broken irrthe fall just above the elbow.- He got up' and attempted - walk to the doctor's office, bat had to -sit down be- "fore going outside the yard. Drs. Pom- -erene and Wise were called immediate ly, who set the arm, and found it cou- 'siderably fractured. , Clark, is getting along very welU; Witri the eiceptfon of the fracture, he-was notmach hurt .by the falLVr s ' ,t.r;- ins t. i . er--ftT i '-t Teachers Institute. The Holmes County Teachers Insti tute opened its Session last Monday week and has been, in session from day to day ever since, and will continuo to the close cf this week. j-Prof. J. C. BidgeA of Cincinnati is in attendance, and gMng instruction in reading and elocution. On Saturday evening he gave an entertainment in Town Hall, consisting" of readings and recitations, which elicited the admiration of , all present. He is 9 pleasant reader, a fine delineator of character, 'and .can make bis audience roar 'with laughter, or weep in sympathy, just as he pleases. To-night (Wednesday! there will be a "reunion" of the teachers and citizens in Town Hall. Music and a "good time eenerallv" will be the order of the everjTng. Sext week Vewilljffve ful ler proceedings of the Institute. : iM . m ' The Butler House. ' r Tina house has been.- undergoing re pairs and receiving additions to it for fotne months past, and it is now nearly completed. Everything will be well arranged, the rooms handsomely fur nished and comfortable. The building is now three stories high and contains thirty-six large rooms. Mr. Butler has gone to a good deal of expense to fit np things in good style. As a hotel keep er he is popular. His table always contains- the best, tho market can afford. We were well pleased with the appear ance of the Furnace lor heating the bouse. There are two of them of Nicbol's Patent, and do their work ex ceedingly well. They are made of wrought iron and are preferable to the cast iron ones. The painting and grain ing throughout the house was done by James McClnre, and is nicely done. McClure Is a good painter.-. The house is being finished as rapidly as possible. This is just what THillersburg needed badly a good hotel. She now has it.i Yearly Meeting Notice. ' The yearly meeting of Disciple churches In District No. 4, of this State, will be held in Millersburg, coniincn-l ping . with the S. S. Convention, on Thursday, Sept. 4th, 10 A. M. The Mis sionary Board of the District wilt aieet at 8:30 Friday morning, and tlieout doarpreachlng will commence at 2 p.m. ta Mr. Ingle's -Grove, south of Town. - The public exercises will continue un til Monday noon following. : Special trains will run on Sunday; one fronigAkron and one from Mt. Ver non, stopping at way stations. Arriv ing in time for morning sen ice, and returning as early as 4 o'clock p. v. Prof. Loos, from Bethany and Elder R. MoAett, State Cor. Sec- are the preachers. . The Sunday Schools of Millersburg are cordially invited to the Convention and the people generally to the meet ing." Evening services will be held in the, Ten arch, or churches during the meeting. . By Order of Com. Knox county Republicans have put forth as a candidate lor Representative, a man ot sterling integrity, and h on esty. Ho more upright and capable mta con m no lounu in the county, for the position, and if the people look to their own interest they will elect Wil-liattJacCleiland. Knights of Pythias. The Knights of Pythias had a grand parade and pic nic at Canton, on Mon day.: Lodges from Akron, TVooster, Salem, Alliance and Canton were pres ent. A Sue dinner, speeches, music, &c, were the order of the day. Plating Works. Messrs. Clark & Fdderson of Can ton, have opened out an establishment for doing all kinds of plating work. Gold, silver, nickel and copper plating done to order. Old spoons, forks, cas tors, tc, replated, and made as good as new. . All work is warranted. Price Ikt furnished on application. - ' A New Piano. .The editor of the Farmer took a tour of observation ' through the Butler House one day; last week to note the improvements,' After s doine" 'the bodse, as he snppoeed,'the landlord told nfm there was one important thine that he bad not seen namely, the ne pi ano. -"Got a new piano!" exclaimed the editorfor course we must see that." So Away be flew np stairs, followed by the landlord, and into the parlor he goes, seeing nothing but the old organ, said "that was no piano, sure,", fThis way," says Butler, and opened the door of a room, and ushered him into the midst of half a dozen of old ladies. . Going to the bed where Mrs. Butler was lying lifted out a plump youngster, saying, "here is the piano, Judge." We shan't give what the' Judge' said about that time of day, bat refer any "one;, who de sires to know, to Joe Butler, the happy landlord. Our County Fair. It is but five weeks to the commence ment of our County Fair. Farmers and all other persona sboL-ld commence at once looking after and handling their stock and other articles intended for exhibition preparing coops for few If boxes or buckets for seeds and veget ables, o that they do not have these to look after just as they are preparing to get off to the Fair. .cBa'perwrsstbjukJansetlieyKave never taken articles tohe Fair, it is not worth their while "te do so, or that it is too much trouble; sock; persons are usually mistaken and when" they do become exhibitors, frequently take the best premiuinsTand why ? because they think other person's articles better than their own, bnt when they are brought together and compared they find them selves mistaken.' ; . ' ' ; The Premium List is a very full one, and many of the premiums offered are quite large for a county fair. It is hoped that all the premiums offered will be competed for.. It is the variety of articles on exhibition that make the show. ' " . : A Dun. The debt is a : small one, to be sure, and apparently not worth a serious thought. Why then not pay it? Why be compelled to suffer the mortificatioa of a dun? ' Why. not ,take that little thorn out of your linger, at once? It witt fester-'it -allowed to- remrntr,- nd cause ten times the trouble. Why' not relieve the conscience of that little load t You will feel better by so doing. You contracted .'tha ' debt-, khowinely, .and willingry.1 Did yen not mean to pay it? Certainly you did. Then why not do it at once? " 'Every day's delay increases, morally, the amount of the obligation. ilc member, too, that yetr little debt, and another man's little debt, and a tltous and other jnen's little debts, make a lit tle fortune for your creditor ; or they enable htm to pay bis larger debts, or feed his workmen," and keep" his'machin- ery going in times like these. Don't you see how it is? You do? Well, then, pay the amount at once, and to night the ghost of that debt will not trouble your dreams. The Stolen Horse Found. On the night of the 4th of July a lit tie sorrel mare was stolen frotn. the sta ble of Armstrong Walgamot one half mile west of Millersburg. Xo clue to either the thief or the mare could be founS until last week, although exten sively advertised. A dispatch, was sent tajMUlersbarg aroavCantoo claiming the reward. Mr. Wolgamot hastened to 'Canton where the mare was found in possession of a man there who had pur chased her from . aoother man who had bought or traded with the thief, for her. The thief had beqp arrested on another charge aAUeghint and Is now in Jail at Canton. His name is Robt.Oswalt of Strausburg, Stark Co. It seems that ther-wereTllree) tliai iri tbe gang. and that the plot was made np in Woos- ter, about the 15th of June, at which time Wolgamot was there with the mare and was offered, price for ber by some one or two parties who were pretending to be buying' horses. The thief took the mare from,, here "to Massilloa and then to Canton. Since then he has stolen three '-ottrey 'horses, and on the last was deteeteff. Mr' Wblsramot sold the horse to the ina'A,' who 'had bim in his possession,' paid" 'fbe reward of one hundred dollars and'brought thirty-five dollars back with Mm. The other two thieves are yet at large, for one of which, a thousand dollars reward is offered. - J ' A Return to Prosperous Times. some past been- patent- to -an that there was an unusual stringency in money matters, and as a consequence, trade has been unusually dull. The past two weeks, howevsj-,,-; hai,inaugvtted,3aV great change. The rapid movement of the wheat crop at fair prices and the dis tribution of the township itinds in the several townsbipCVnu other minor in fluences, havtLoruhirced to eiliect a radi cal change in business and financial cir cles. Saturday last .the appearance of our streets and places of trade indi cated that a inarketU change had taken place. - Every- wagorn-iof which there was a multitude was ooarueu oy tne ready purchasers ' of grain, produce, etc., as they came In filling up our streets-to a JamCIStores, waa--CB9fled with' people," 'slibps with" p'iWchasers, and the old time appearance of thrill and business Was'everywhere observ able. It was apparent to the close ob server , that after all, wheat is the great marketable article of this country, and SHQa.FbeuK -props ;wltb. ggis prices does more to revive the wasted energies of a country than any other commodi ty. 'It U a ; matter! Of! "congratulation that ouTfcirmersjhvfj thisyetr keen blessed with a good grain crop and with generous prices, their pocket-books are growing plethoric and business is takin a new impetus, aud, tradesmen encour aged and hopeftV-.With new. railroad facilities, we hope to see our county and its people take1 'a' fresh start on the road to wealth and prosperity.-' A fa vorable season will yet,-we think, per fect the growing corn crop and thereby add hundreds of thousands of dollars to our local coffers. . , - When you come-to town to get pic tures, don't stop until you find Court ney A Apple ton's gallery corner Main anu uepoc sts. - ' :'..U IN TOWN AND OUT. Abundant rain on Tuesday. Try Weston's Soda Water. The Slaters have finished the roof of the Presbyterian church. The marshal made ten dollars on Sunday burying dogs and cats. Try Kissengen at Weston & Hus ton s. Shadow pictures at Hall's Gallery. 18tf The Exposition at Cincinnati will open on Wednesday, sept, ara, isi j. Old Pr6babilities is warming things up again. A good thing for corn. tMr. Samuel Robinson has been tag ijn'.te ill for two or three weeks. ' Weston A Hnston's ice cream is delicious. . . v Wool twine 15 cents per pound at tne rami v alley store. 41 Xow is the time to subscribe for the campaign paper. Fifty cents for three montns, A young lady in this city "humps' it awfully. She puts one in mind of a severe case of cramp colic. An . exchange '- vehement asks : "Gnwdltzrxt ldro dtmx, mdwlski?' Yes, we think it is. ' The workmen on the Hose A Peters building have reached the second story, and are pushing it up rapidly. - ' Subscribe for the Interior of Chicago, We know of no better family paper Price sz att a year. After the first of Sept., we can go through to Cincinnati without change or cars. Insure in the Hartford Accident In su ranee Co. E. J. Duer is the agent in Miiiersonrg.' See Cherryholmes' new advertise ment this week. Boots or Shoes innum erable, i - - Ohio is represented at Vienna by a large picture representing the entire operation ot converting Into port. The best, most desirable and largest stock of frames and mouldings can oe found at Courtney & Appleton's. tf ' The corn crop fa this county, this year, from present appearances, will be about the usual average. One man near Barnesville cleared $1,000 this year off Jive acres of rasp berries. - Ohio is represented at Vienna by a larse nicture representine the entire operation of converting pig into pork. -Don't fail to go and get some of those beautiiul Crayon photographs, made by Courtney & Appleton's. tf Conductor Games gets one of the new passenger trains, and. Conductor Peebles the other. Ouite a large S. S. Pic-nic was held in Holmesville on Thursday last. Nine Sunday Schools were represented, we are told. The hearty people of Flndlay, not having the fear of t liolera be lore tneir eyes, eat two wagon loads of green corn a day. We understand Felix A. Vincent will be in Millers'bnrg during our Fair with a first-class troupe of nineteen stage performers. We furnish Envelops with a Busi ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as the blank envelopes can be purchased elsewhere. ; " - I The most comfortable and commo dious rooms, the best skylight, and the finest pictures are at Courtney a, Ap pleton's. tf On Monday the lightning killed Mr. B. C. Brown's cow. She was standing u the pasture lot, under a tree at the time. She was killed almost instantly. On our second pssre will be found an account of the Golden Wedding of Mr. & Mrs.Ankeny of Des Momes,lowa formerly ot Millersburg. The M. E. Church people of Akron went to Cuyahoga - Falls, one day last week, and drank twenty barrels of lem onade. There were two thousand of them all told. Courtney and Appleton's aim at all times to keep their customers supplied with all the latest improvements in pictures, frames and the like, give them a can. ti The September number of Godey's Lady's Book has been received, filled, as usual, with the best kind of reading and unsurpassed illustrations. Godey's is the best Lady's Magazine in America. There will be a errand old time at Put-in-Bay, on the 10th of September, the anniversary of Perry's victory on Lake Erie. - The IS. & O. K. it. will issue half-fare tickets to all who wish to go. Persons desirous of having books, magazines, pamphlets, music, bound iu good substantial style, can have it done by leaving their orders at this office, or at the Postoffice. . v I - k - - MissM.R.. Lecky will begin her fall term of Instrumental Music in Millersburg on Monday Sept. 1st, Ar rangements for lesions may oe made at tne residence or Air. a. waits, L. Mayers desires' his customers. and the public generally, to know that he has just opened out a new stock of all kinds. All of which will be sold at low figures. Read his new advertise ment. The Singer Sewing Machine is un doubtedly among the best if not the the best of family machines. or fur ther information see Win. Domer's ad vertisement, and call on him at E. Xeg elspach's store. - A you ns man living at Xavarre, Stark county, becoming incensed at his aged futher the other day, took a horse whip and gave bim a good lathering. A good lathering or tar and feathers might do that young man some good. There will 'be some novel attrac tions at our County Fair, ainonr which is the pedestrian matches. We have heard one gentleman .who is over 75 years of age say, if in" good health he was bound to take tne prize.. The Central Ohio Fair will be held at Orrville, O., on Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday, October IStb, lbtb and 17th; .very arrangement will be madel lor the accommodation oi visitors anu exhibitors. Joseph Snavbxt, Proprietor. Two ladies were talking the othei day about our County Fair, when one of them was heard to say, "I am going to take tne rtrst prize on nowers, to which the other replyed, "if you do I'll make yon work lor it." That's the way to make a good fair. Threshing Machines, Horse Powers, Kcaping and Mowing Jiaulnnes, suiay Hay Kakes, - Plows, Road bcrapers, Farm Bells, or castings of almost any kind can be bought at the shops of the Millersburg Machine Company ,at great ly reduce! prices. y- , r zuii A centleman eominz home late the other evening from Holmesville, and rinding the door fastened, began to rap for admittance, was accosted by his wife with "who's there," was answered with the laconic inquiry of "who're you expecting, this time o night. Sixteen years ago a farmer in Xorth Carolina thrashed his big boy and sent him out iu- the field to hoe corn. The first seen of that sou since that was last week when he returned from California and walked into the house with his hoe on bis shoulder and $50,000 in his pock et Sometimes an editor's life is pleas ant, and sometimes it isn't. But if anything will dispel his melancholy it is to nave some loaiers wnose ureain smells of poor whisky and tobacco, come in and wrestle with the exchanges and give advice as to the manner of conducting a newspaper, Mr. J. M. Kelly, whose business is in Smith's Ferry but who resides at Liverpool, has for six years been go ing from the latter place to the former in the morning and returning in the eveninir without missiuir a train until Tuesday of last week, when be stood ou the platform and watched the train move out of sight. That was ag gravating and broke the harmony of a long esiuuusiieu regularity. All kiud of pictures at Hall's gal lery. - - : V v v .i istf iH.-On Sunday,pL 7th, trains wia be A supply of Postal Cards just re ceived at the Post Office. For want of time we did not get our nulling list corrected this week. Why did our Councilman vote against supplying our street lamps with oil ? Our citizens have to w darkness. Why did our Councilmen vote against giving our only working Fire Company hose enough to put out a fire? The Lutheran people hare put a new fence around their church lot. It looks very well. Helps the appearance very much. Mr.Chas.lihl buut tne fence, and did the work all himself in u day and a half. Fast and good time for a farmer. . . ; . ':. .') ! run as follows: .Leave Alt. Vernon 7 a. at.; arriving at Millersburg 9:30. Returning, leave MUlersburv 3:30 P. u, Leave Orrville 8 a. M.; arriving at Mii- lersbnrg 8:30. Returning, leave Mil lersburg 3:30 p. M. .Excursion rates, f Attotion is' respectfully- called to the new advertisement of iseegle Bros, in to-days iasne. They are prepared to do all kinds of work in their line of busi ness, Roofing, Spouting 4c Call and Kethem in the Courtney A Appleton Something new Crayon Photo graphs at Courtney & Appleton's. tf ' : Saturday night about twenty dogs were poisoned in the lower part of town. Some valuable dogs were killed and a good many not so valuable, several cats also died from the effects of eatinjr the poisoned meat scattered here and there. This is very dangerous. ' Soda water, the best in town, at Try Kissingen at Weston A Hus ton s. V The Fair Grounds. We are authorized to announce that the gates to the County Fair Grounds, will be open every Saturday afternoon, eommeiiciay Nh Oalwiday next, for perioM to drive upon the track, until the holding of the County Fair; AU are Invited to drive free of eharga. A Correction. Either through the mistakes of a few of our friends or the evQ intention of our enemies certain false impressions concerning the construction of portion of the new M. E. Church in Millers burg, have been ' given circulation through the country. These reports seem to arise from a certain traceable source and bear upon them marks indi cating both the character and feeling of them who take delight in circulating them. ' For the satisfaction of those who wish us well and have no other motive than to ascertain the facts in the case we subjoin the statement of Mr. ILE.Myer the Architect and of Mr. Wm. Walkup the Builder, which to all honest and fair dealing minds will set the matter beyond a doubt except for them who love to cavil and to raise a question. We believe the public gen erally will be pleased to read what these eminent and experienced 'mechanics say: 1 Mr. H. E. Myer, Architect,Cleveland, O., architect and designer of the Mans field, Xew Lisbon, Canton and San dusky Court Houses, the First Baptist Church, Canton, Ohio, and other build - ings in various parts of the State, says: "The breasts ummer supDortinsr the floor which is formed by spiking joints together, is simply the one now in vogue and is now generally introduced in stores, warehouses, public halls, 4c., throughout the country and is consid ered and has proven itself safe and- in evidence of that any one who takes the pains to' inquire in Cleveland alone can judge for himself. I therefore consider church sufficient to bear all who H. E. MYER Architect. Mr. Wm. Walkup, an experienced Carpenter and Builder, and one of the Commissioners of the county says : "I regard the new M. E. Church building of Millersburg, in every re spect perfectly sare, even when tilled to its utmost capacity." Wk.Walkup We feel that this notice and refuta tion is due the patronizing public as well as the members of our own church and congregation, and therefore have rile nit.. . i V5 J;V vi..v i U BUILDING COMMITTEE M. E. Church. M. E. Church. Millersburg, Aug. 26,'73. The Monroe Tp. S. Convention. This Convention was held at the Disciple Church, and owing to the great number that had come together to en joy the good things of the occasion the nouse was niiea to overflowing. As the old house was not large enough to accommodate half of the S. S. Work ers, that had come from the pleasant nuts ana aaies, xney decided at once to move to the new house that is in pro cess of building. Xo sooner was the happy thought made known, than all proceeded to . make - the : necessary change. -. ..- me new church bad its first audience among its- rafters, joices, sleepers in fact the whole building from top to bottom was covered with those attend ing the grand township convention of tbe 21. In tbe absence of the. Vice President, M. Bird was called to preside, and under bis xeelleat.uiwgerBeut everything moved along harmoniously .and pleas antly, ail feeling that it was rood for Ahem te be there.", ? ;: Y v- m, 5erbi roas't were brouirbt- upon the grounds from distant plaees, but the speaker of the day were a part of the superintendents and teachers from tbe differentSonday Schools of Monroe. So that we can say really and truly, it was a township convention. The spir ited speeches and excellent essavs were enjoyed by all. As this was our first townsnip convention we are nappy to A. B. WILLIAMS, Sec'y. "Copper Bottom," Owned by E wing Brothers of this place performed a feat at the Steubenville races that never was done before in this or any ether country.. In the second beat for the $300 purse, "Copper Bot tom's" driver allowed his sulky to col lide with another and was thus thrown out, but the horse weut on with light ning speed witliont a. break, passing everything iu the handsomest manner, and came in first amidst terrific ap plause, x ue juuges inougnt oi giving tbe heat to the other horse because "Copper Bottom" came in without a driver, but the spectators raised such a nowi or indignation that they feared the stand would be pulled down over their heads: ' The heat was finally de cided to be a draw. . "Copper Bottom" won tbe next two heats easily. The owners of this horse claim that he is the fastest horse in the world. He is hard to beat, and his Steubenville rec ord will add another to his fame. Miss Annie Elliott, of Steubenville, presented "Copper Bottom" with a magnificent boquet, which, of course, was better appreciated by Ms. Ewing than by the horse, and it graces the parlor mantel at his residence in this place. fearer (Po.X BadicaU Kotlce. All persons knowing- themselves in debted to the uudersigneU will please call and settle np. G. W. Hor, Holmesville, O, Aug. 19,73-1 wO .. Special. :? - , This is what we are doing, selling silver fiateu n are at list prices. Tea spoons, per set 1 jD2i, formerly $20; tablesspoons, $3,50, formerly $5,00 per set. W. Jacobs. ltf If you want any groceries, go to B, J. Young. 52tf MARRIED. on che U inst., at tbe re Id tore or tbe brides mother, by tbe Iter K. Bar.be, Mr. DAVID L. WAV, to Miss FKAXCKa A, CLOSK, ail of xioimes vo. Reward of Merit. The following strong certificate as to toe curative virtues ui Jiua oawjci o Salve, we clip from the Patten Voice: . : -AfWe are happy to ly before our readers the following cure, effected by the use of Miss Sawyer's Salve. Mr. Silas Bryant of Sherman, has been afflicted for years with what tbe doctors pronounced a lerofulcna cancer. He consulted tbe most skillful physi cians in vain, and was finally induced te try Miss Swyer's Salve and now af ter using the forth box, he is entirely cured, and enjoys perfect health. . tf Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery. It is surprising what splendid pho tographs Courtney 4 Appleton make, since they attended tbe Photographic Convention. - . , . tf . A Fine Picture. If you want a fine picture already framed, subscribe foaS tbe illustrated "Peoples Monthly," pictorial paper for the fireside. Pictures delivered from four to ten days after subscribing. The paper and pictures can be seen at the Post Office. H. M. Cuxkixgbam, tf Agent. If vop want good, cigars,- go to B. J.Young. 52tf ' " Cameo pictures at Hall's Gallery. 18tf MONROE CENTER, Aug. 25, '73. Messrs. Editor: Methinkalseeyou, map spread out before you, searching with a face "marked with dispair," for this town, Moaree Center. But keep on, nothing like perseverance to attain success -1 found it, at least I think so. Tnile out berry hunting the other day t cams full upon it before looking for it. The inhabitants came out to look at the stranger, I suppose. Tbey gave me a warm reception, In their own way.' I did. not remain, to gaze long on their features, "bat next morning my vision was somewhat las paired. I want, how ever, to writ to you of some things that are occurring out here in this out- of-the-way place.--' . ' -' . ' .'. The fanners here are smiles all over. The wheat harvest has been abundant, and well secured. The corn crop is more than a good one this year. We had a S. S. Convention on Satur day. The day was fine, and all went oaT very pleasant.. Several gentlemen made pointed and excellent speeches, and several ladies read essays, composed for the occasion-' with happy effect. Every -one went to their ; homes well pleased-with themselves, every one, and every thing.1 : - ." .: ','r ' r' . Out summer term at the District School has just closed. Our little ones have made good progress, under the care of their teacher, Miss X. J. Por ter, who deserves : the thanks' of the parents'. for "-the" Jaithful manner in which she has fulfilled her duties as a D. To Totenthip Treasurer : Tbe Treasurers of the several town ships are hereby notified that the recent act of .the Legislature for the reor ganization ' and maintenance of Com mon Schools," requires said Treasurers to make Annual Settlement with the County Auditor between the firttand tenth day of September, and account for all moneys received and the amount paid out lor school purposes, said Township Treasurers are required by said act to present to the County-Audi tor all the orders redeemed, and all vouchers for moneys paid out for all School and School House purposes for tbe preceding year.' ' . j.i J. H. Xewto,: i 1 1 v f5 V County Auditor. Millersburg, Aug. 20, 1873 lw4. $ dlj'Wd tome Fae tbe gift to gie us To see on reel's as ithers see us, i Just go to Courtney A Appleton's and sit lor a Photograph and you have it. Stationery. To all who are in need of paper, en velopes, &c, plain or fancy, we would state, that we have a good assortment on hands, and are fitting up the room back of the Post Office, where samples of our stock can be seen. The best brands of Cap, Le?al Cap, Fools Cap! Note Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads' Note and Letter Paper, always on hands envelopes of an styles and colors, uur paper and envelopes are of tbe best quality, and will be sold at the very lowest ngures. Persons wishing to bave their cards printed on their envelopes, or letter heads, can have it done at lit tle expense. Please remember that all kinds of Stationery can be had at wholesale or retail. For loss of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Depression ot Spirits and General Debility, in their various forms, erro-Pbosporated Elixir of Calisaya made by Caswell, Hazard 4 Co., Xew York, and sold by all druggists , is the best tonic As a stimulant touic for pa tients recovering from fever or other sickness, it has no equal. If taken du ring the season it -prevents fever and ague and other intermittent fevcra.51 w4 Hall the people's Photographer, tf B. J. Young keeps the best assort ment of candy in town. . , 52tf "American." Look to your interest. If you want a Sewing Machine go to tbe Messrs. Hull's new room, nearly opposite the Post Of- nce, ana get a good one, one that is easy to operate and easy to run. The cheap est and "best machine in the world nev er out of order, and is universally liked wherever known, and one that will last a lifetime. 4tf Hall the people's Photographer, tf Don't put it off any longer. You have no lease of your life, so go at once while you are redolent with ueaitu ana beauty to Courtney & Appleton's, and get your picture taken. tf Atlantic & Great Western RAILROAD, THE Great Broad-Gauge Route BETWEEN THE East and the West. (Eastward.) STATIONS. No. 3. Nu. 12. Leave Mansfield Silrx 4.43AM Aaron 8.50 7 3S" Ravenna 9.35 " 805 " Ueailville IS.4SAM 11.15 Corry J.io li.35 r .lames town 8.14" !.! Salamanca 6.(W 3.00 u Arrive HornelUville 7.55 " 5.45 " Coming .40 " 7.J5 " Elmira 10.10 " 7.58 " Bingbampton U.OJ m 10.05 " Kew York 7.S3 7.00am Albany P " 8 -15 " Boston via. BinRh'toD swam S.sofm Bostouaia. New York 21 tm 4.60 9 i.V'.; . (Westward.) STATIONS. No. 1. 1 No. 3. tave ; . T" r Mansfield..' .40AMI0..T:ril tialion llO.ir. IU.15 " Uruana..... ...! Kent ijbam Uayton '. 2.40 - 8.43" Arrive Cincinnati 455 "' SOB" ........ Louisville lt.oo " lion m St. Louis 7.40am! a.50ra Kansas City SMrMlll.lSAM Mansfield passengers bound east by trains Nos.t and 12 bare no chanae of cars to New York. Connections at Kavenna with the Cleve. land and Pittsburg road; at Meadville. Union and Corry for the Oil Regions; at Corning lor Rochester: and at Bingliacipton for Albany, Springfield, Worchester, Boston and all points in New Enaland Westward bound nasseusrers bv r Train No. t have aochange to Cincinnati, aud bv Train No Shaveehok-eorsleeping coach, making on neciions wiin cne uomsvme snort A,ine Kail road or Mail Steamers for points in the Huiith and Southwest. Also with the Ohio A Missis- sippi or Indianapolis Ht.I.ouis lines for points in Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and the Far West. For further information as to time, fare and connections, apply to the Itwal agent, asking for tickets vie. the ATLANTIC AND GUEA'l WKsTEKN BROAD GAI UK HOCTE. So "stop-over" allowed upon local tickets. Local passengers must purchase ticket to their first stopping place, and may then repur chase from that point to destination. W. B. W. B. SHATTUC Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Ag't, Meadville Pa. Pay Up. . Drs. Pomerene & Wise have given their books into the hands of D. F. Ewing, Esq., for collection. Those in debted to them are requested to make settlement immediately. J. POJIEREXE, M. D., Iw3 S.P. Wisii M.D. Xo further need of going to the city to get a fine photograph and frame for Courtney and Appleton can fill the bill to a . tf Coal. " To Ui CitiitnM and Coal Comumert: I have got in a Buffalo Scale and am ready to supply all orders at the Bank. AU orders left at Yergin's Drug Store will be promptly filled. Clean ceil and honest weight guaranteed to all for cash. : . : JohkHorx. ' 60ml""-' ' MARKETS. Millersburg Market. Millersburg Market. August 27, 1873. ;,',.- 8S0 i . -;- - 1 38 - -, 138 - .-' C - 4S - G6 S5aT0 32 4 50 - 8.50 - 1 50 - 1 50 50 - . 12 0U .15 15 ... .12 - 6 - 12 FLOUR, bW, Retail, WHEAT, White hush,. WHEAT, Red, $ bush, CORN, per bush - - -RYE. " - -BARLEY." -OATS. Wbnsh. - -CLOVER SEED. bnsh TIMOTHY SEED, " r LA A. 9K0, -WHITE BKANS, " POTATOES, K " HAY, ton, EGGS, V doz., -BUTTER, (in roll) lb. CHEESE, "... L&nu. - HAMS. - - SHOULDERS, ?l lb, " v" T ALLOW, " DRI KO A PPLES, IK, DRIED PEACHES, lb- ' PARED PKACHKS, -RAGS. lb. - - FEATHER. lb. 6 2 t 1 12 !" 3 - 75 2 50 40a43 SALT, t bM. retail, - . w wi, ei iu. -WOOD, per cord, -- . stltXtf 00 Cleveland Money Market. CLEVELAND, Aug, 27 1873. The following are the closing- rates of Specie anu uovernment securities in wis maraei: Buying. -Selling. t?oia Max -' Silver large 110 , Silver small log ' .' Sixes of 1881, ex. coupons 11J - Five-Twenties (18S2) lis . .' J Five-Twenties 0t4) 11X , Five-Twenties (15) old 118 .- Five-Twenties 08S6 coupon. . Five-Twenties (18K7) coupons 118X - Five-Twenties (1888) coupons 117 V'- Ten-Forties ex. coupon 115,' y 116 112 10 - 120 116 " 11S.V 117 119 118 USX Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, Aug. 27, 1873. Flora White XXX - " White XX ... -" . Red and Amber Rvs Flock Wheat White Bed " Amber Cobh Oats Smokid Meats Hams " Shoulders.... " Bacon " Dried Beef.... Bcttee Cheese Egos Labi. - ,.. DRIED AfTLZS '. i. Dried Peaches Peeled Potatoes per bn $8 75 ''' S 00 .- 7 50 4 SOaS 00 -' 1 46 1 40 1 30 45a4Se 3Sa40c . . . Ie S.'ic 11c 17, 2334! 12al3c 14al5e 8a9c 4.a5.'ic Malt 85aS0c Pittsburg Market. PITTSBURG, Aug. 27, 1873. " Red 1 5 " Amber 1 50 Cors 58c Oats 46c Rye -. 8Sc Flock White XXX 8 00 " White XX 8 00a8 25 Red and Amber 7 00a7 75 Smoked Meats Hams l&alfic " Shoulders SalOc " Bacon 13c BBTTEE S0a22c hfloa 15alc CHE'SE llalic Lakd lOallc Dried PfACHF.S Peeled 1618c Dried Atples . . 3ii3'i Potatoes per bid 2 25a3 00 New York Market. NEW YORK, Aug 27, 1873. Wheat White Keti Flour Choice " Suucrline Western. . 31 51 nl 28 1 Will 25 S 50a8 00 5 25a90 Cork... Oats 40a3!lc 48e 70c ...... 20a21c . Iia-J5c 8ac 12al3c ItYK Egos Bitter Lard cheese SPECIAL NOTICES. - Errors of Youth. A GENTLEMAN who suffered ior years from Nervous Debilitr. lemature Decay and all tne effects o youthful indiscretion will, for the sake of suffering humanity, trend ireo to ail who need it. the recipe and direction lor mak ing the simple remedy by which be was cured, sufferers wishing to profit by tbe advertisers experience can do so by addressing, in perfect contidenee, JOHN B. oGDfc.N, , 51ma No. 43 Cedar street, 2iew lork. Children Often Look Pale and Sick from no other cause than haTing worms in the stotnacn. Brown Vtrmifnos Com Kit will destroy Worms without injury to the child being perfectly White, and free from all col oring or other injurious ingredients usually tueu in worm preparations. CUKTIS BKOWX, Proprietors, No US Fulton street. Kew York. Sold by Druggists and Chemists and dealers in Medicine at cents a Box. 4byl Thirty years' experience of an old nurse. Jfrc Winlou)y Soothing Svrio tJis nreacriZh- tionof one of the best reuiale fbysiciaus and Nurses in the United states, and bas been used for SU years with never-tailing- safety and sue cess by millions of motlers and children, from tbe feeble infant of one week old to the adult. Ic corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves wind oolicl reirulates- the bowels, and xives rest, health ani coiiilirt to- mvibor- and child. we believe it to be the best and surest remedy in tho world in all cases of i?enterv and Diar- rkaa in ckildrtn whether it arises from teeth ing or front any other cause. Full directions for using will accompany each bottle. None genuine unless the fuc-simile of 0WAT13 t rEHK INS is on the owtsida, wrapper, cold by all Medicine Dealer - - "47vl Household Panacea & Family Liniment is the best remedy in the world for the follow ing coniplHiots, viz: Cramps in tbe Limbs i and Stomach, Pain in the Stomach, Bowels or Side, Knetimatism in ail its jorms, ismious cone. Neuralgia, Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Fresh wounds, jjurns.sore luroat, spinal complaint Sprains and Bruises, Chills and Fever. For interna, anu r.jairui - r. Its operation is aot only to relieve the pa- tient, bnt entirely removes the cause of the complaint. It penetrates and pervades the wnoie system, restoring neauny action to an itsparts, and quickeuiug the blood. Tits household filmic is. purely Vegetable and All-Healing. . t - 1 : - Prepared by 1 ' - CtRTIS A BROW, " No. 215 Fulton street, Sew York. Tor sale by all Druggists. -, . 471'1 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. R. The direct route for Joliet, Morris, Ottawa, Lasalle, Peru, Henrv, Macon, Peoria, Genne seo.Mullne, Kock Island, Davenport, Musca tine, Washington, lowaCity, Grinnel, Newton, Des Moines. Council Bluffs and Omaha, with out change, where it joins with the Union Fa- cine Kaliwav ior uenver. ian iRKei-ity, Sac ramento. San Francisco, and all points west on the Pacitlc coast. Trains leave daily, viz: Omaha, Leavenworth Atcnison KxpreMS,(ex cept Sundays), 10.00 A. M. Peru Accommoilation, (except Sundays), 6.00 P. M. Omaha and Leavenworth Express, (except Saturdays), 10.00 P.M Depot corner Harrison and Sherman streets. Ticket office 33 West Madison street, . Sherman House. The Chicago, Rock Island and PadAc Rail road Comnany have now opened, their South Western Division between Leavenwortlu At chison and Chicago, connecting at Teaven worth with Kansas Pncilic and Missouri Pa cific Railroads, and at Atchieon with Atchison Topcka A Santa Fe.Cmitral Braooh Union Pa citic,niHl AK-hison ft Nebraska Railroads, for all points in Kansas Indian Territories, Colo ratio and New Mexico. The Company bave built a full complement of Palace Djawing ltoom and Sleeping Care, which for external beauty and interior arrangements for the com fort, convenience and luxury of passengers are unequal ed by any other earsuf the kiudJu the world. Through tickets ior sale at all princi pal and wav ticket otliccs. HroH Bli'DLE, General Superintendctit. A. M. Smith, General Passenger Agent, Chi cago, 111 IK YOU Want a cook. Want a clerk, Want a partner, Waut a situation, Waut a servant girl, , r Waut to sell a piano, . V Want to sell a carriage. Want to buy or sell a farn.. Want a loanling plae. Want to sell town proertv. Want to sell groceries or drugs. Want to sell household furniture. Want to sell dry good, or carp. . Want to Hud customers for anvtliing, ADVERTISE IN THE REPUBLICAN. Advertising will gain new customers. Advertising will keep old customers, Advertising liberally always pays, Advertising makes sura-e emsy. Advertising begefc conddem-e, Advertiiiig Ihws rnergy, AdvertUiug shows plui-ik', Advertising mean bia. Adrerte or 'bust," Advertise long. Advert! well, . Advertlsa v - - 1 Now. v IT WILL PAY - - TO CO TO , . .- - . - -'.'; CLEVELAND TO BUY FURNITURE! We have one of the 1 , Most Extensive Stocks ! In trie United State - OUliUsJOiikot1) 1 i Our flu MfflfaclK! -tii.i-ii. No long stairs to climb, as in other estalr lishments, we have a very superior Steam at goods on the upier floors. rasseuarer Eiievawir, w it i ou siuumc av iwa. HARTjMALOHI, I03, 105 & 07 WateSt., .i-jlvni.'fxJ .cite J .S".ibi2 CLEVELAND, O. tiJSiiiJl iS ii&03T1-i ,-.3dsnijJ bo .r:L-: hr,i: ".-- : O 40y lyk very: 1 , r . Important. !W- Jacobs! J -a b-j.-.i . f Has just receired a large stock AMERICAN & SWISS I WATCHES I 1 I In GOLD and SILVEfK CASES. I O I Gold and Silver Charms in abun- . dance. A large assortment of Studs, Buttons, line Gold and Silver Rings, Gold Bracelets, fine Gold Jewelry in sets, -J Charm wUw Thimbles OoM ff Pens Spectacles, Nickel and I; I ! ' 1 1 I I Plated Ware, Ac. we continue to sell Elgin and Waltham ' Watches at fao- ' - -tory list price. Call and See our stock of Gooca, before purchasing elsewhere. 35to l00per cent, saved by so doing. We do as we wish to be done by . AU goods war ranted. . ( HepaMng ! M Watches.Cbronometen,locks. $ t Jewelry, Ac,, Sepairetl on short ; X notice. ILook for tbe Bis; Watch jt. and Siectar.le Sign. I W. JACOBS, NEW, FIRM 1 HI ,l- wiioif; TidbaU .(Snccessors to 3. E. Koch, ir) MILLERSBTJRG, O., Are now offering the Largest and Best Select- cti oiAwa ui uuuu iu liic .uni avtrti it Greatly Mmi Prices. OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS CONSISTS OF Prints, Ginghams, Denims, Brown and Bleached Muslins, Cottonades, Checks, . Stripes, Delaines, Alpacas, i Japanese Cloths, Mohairs, Poplins, Reps, ' 1 Merinos, Empress Cloth, Black, Brown and Colored Silks, Cloths, Cassimeres, Jeans, Tweeds, Carpet Yarns, &c. ' We have ererrtliinr in the NOTIOS line. . j 'I JLarge stecA of Carpets, Oil Cloths and luatK. , .. i .1- i :. '. ., - ... . -i, . .-. - Large Stock of Queensware Large Stock of Groceries, Such a Teas, Coffees, Surarft, SrrupvSpioes Kice, aiemms, eoap, xooaono, ssc . that cannot be .arpaesaU. . ; '. 'FOB'.,' t .; ' '., ; Salt, Fish, Plaster, Xdmo, &c, Ton can always be supplied by calling oa as. fc- Don't fail to examine oar stock before ptucltains eUewhere. , We pay the lli(hnt Market Price, In CASH, Butter, Eggs, Lard, Dried ' and Green Fruits, Bacon, Wool, Seeds, Grainy Potatoes, d'C, &c, - fcc. Bern era her the place KOCH'S tOR- wholf, tidball a co. MUlersburg, April It, ltiS. . Mtf ALL CANVASSERS. And active responsible persons who wish the best payinr arencr in Ameriaa-twMia unH once lor circulars riring terms ol aar of tb following books. lid yon ever see se manr bis; selfinE- books vlrertised by one flrm'r """j Mpwun i.at oar ueiicatkn beat tbe world. Better subjects, by the most popular authors, gotten up in better style, and sold for less money, riving better terms than any body can. Whyi because we publish the bet book ourselves, we aive general ager.es discount to oer agents. Try our books when iu outer INUIDM tails. AGENTS WAXTEn. 'The ebanningehrumo -Throw Physic to tbe Dogs," which is given away with Dr. t'oote-s trni .wonucnui wura, ; PLAI1T HOME TALE. About the human system The Habits of men and Wtanca The Causes and Preventio ot' Diseases Our Sexual Relations and Social Na ture: embracing Medical Oonunon Sense ap plied to causes, Preventin.and cure of thron- it i in T ' I in ijiaxui-m bsmmwiw nesti anu Women to each ptier--ocifitT Ixure Mar riage, Parentage," Etc,- Nearry 1,600 Pages with two hundred iIlusratlos.-T rice in cloth with Chromo Free, $3,16, German. (3,35. Send full table of contents, with terms to agent, Ac UNION PUBLISHING COMPANY,. Chicago I1J. ov Cincinnati, u. a - ' AGENTS WANTED TvJ;; FOR EZPLORATION3 IN , ' . AFRICA, i r .: Rv Tr. David Lirinarstone and others.' Thi the cheapest and be-t book ever pnb lisned on this nart of the vlobe. 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We invite cor- resKuidenc. To secure a lucrative employ ment address at once stating what book yon wish a description and terms of. UNION PUB LISHING COMPAN Y, Chicago, 111, or Cincia nati,Ohio. . ; - f Lang's ;; Notice. For Flour, Bread, Cakes, Pies, Ice ; Cream, Lemon ade, Coffee,. Sugar, ,Tea, Rice,'. Canned Fruits,' Can dies, Crackers, Fits, Nuts, Prunes, English Currants, Corn Starch, S. C. Starch, Pearl Starch, Dried Peach es, Dried Apples, Beans, Hominy, Baking ' Powder, Cinger, Mustard," Cream Tartar, Raisins, Pepper, SpiceE. Soaps, i Baskets, Brooms, Mop Sticks, Cin namon,, Tobacco,, Cigars, Stove Polish, Shoe- Black ing, Candles,' Carbon, Oil, Fish,' " Saltr Lime,..,. Wool Twine, Bed Cords, Bacon, , - : !., "-.,!- :' i!")v; . ' GOTO- Lang's iBakery, , MAIN STREET. ' ; Millersburg, ' Ohio. "EXCELSIOH" COllJsEIL .Latest News i: !! .:r V: - ' ');!': " ' Hot Ireta tbe ltodoe Imdians, bat tnm ' Uhler & UcDowell's Who are receiving more r Cheaper tbaa erer. Call aadsee seose of tbeir Fine Dress Goods, .Sfiawls, i Lace Prints, Lace ; Lur- ; :. ;. fains, Notions, CarrA i. iiurpetsjfuslinsand -: 'Prints, Tick- '''' t zngs, JJen- ; '". ':''-.'':"' ims, in- - j .: i : .vassimeres, , f! , '. jeans, Cottona-. , des, Linens, Sugar?, . , Coffee, .Tea, Sirupi Mo- lasses, Sf many oilier things; ''-"BRING ALONG TOOK ' ,': --,in,t aadfet tbe 'HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH. . HkER&I'DOWELL, ; Another. Lot of ' ttMtt Linen Ssits, Hats, Bonnets Fancy Goods, . ' i a:. .' ' : ' .1 i - ; .. ;'''"tt.'tJMer's.' , Millersburg, O. Majr U. a. NOTARIAL. TIIK undersigned will write with neatness, aecaracy and dispatch. Deeds, " Mortgage, Powers of Attorney, Liens, end Wills,- . . ; . Take acknowledgnienU of the tarn; Protests 2fotes, Drafts and Bills of i.i. ::. . - xchangc; - . aflakeit Partial and final Accounts tor Ad : winistraton, Kaeoutors aad Guardians, for nllngand settling estate in . th ProoaxtVourt. Js.. T. TTffTaTiV Notsnf Public - Offlceover Long, Brown Co'a Bank, Miilera- THE CELEBRATED ' lr r ' iiHslri. stand jnariti yalled IMS . JE it iiili: -A5T - RICHNESS OF TOME ! .; f; . -IS- ;-. (.'.- POWER DURABILITY! Surpassed by None. a Household , Word . j j. Everywhere. . v.. " Large Numbers are Being .' sold m this and ad joining counties. SAMPlBifflSTBUMENTS! CAN BE SEEN XY CALLING AT THE POST OFFICE ; BUHDI1TG, L" MILLERSBURC. O. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, Hey. M. T. FQGZESONG, istf I ' ' LOCAL ACENTS. ;;.( MISS SAWYER'S SALVE. IA-ILVI '3W 11 KKE yon have a aatve eombmlng trjothint and XX healing properties, with no dangerous tagred- tnt. A remedy at hand lor the many pawa and aches, wonnda and braise to which flesh is heir. U more easily applied than many other remedies, lever producing a bad effect, bat always relieving pain, however severe. It is prepared by Miu Sawytr. who ha vsed it n her own extenaw treatment of tbe sick, for learly twenty years, with great aneeesa. Tbe principal diseases for which this salve Is rec ommended are. Chilbiain, Mhtvmmtimm, Pile, Scrofula, Old Ulcer. Salt Rhtumi, Sprain, Sum, fever Sore, Felon, Pimple. Brytipela, Sorm Spet Barber3 Jfch, Deanet Boil, Bxng-icorm, Com, BUe of Jnecit Cancer, Toothache Ear mcht Son Nipple Mold, Swoiien Breast, ftch. Scald Head Teething, Chapped Hand. Soald, Cut, Brme, Croup, Cracked lip, and Sort on Children It never fails to core Rheumatism if properly applied. Bub it on well with the hand three times day. In several eases S ha eared palsied nmba. For Pile It ha been discovered to be a sure retn dy. Persons that bave been aflHcted for year oav been relieved by a lew appHcation. Tor Mry tipela It works wonders, allay Ids the laflamraauor wd qoietiug the patient. For Chapped Hand it produces a cure iiamediately. Let those with Salt nhemm obtain tbi 8aWe, and apply it freely, and tbey will find it invaluable. llM good in ease of Srrofnla and Turner. Cancer have been cured with it. The best Salve ever invented tor Swollen. Breatt and Sore KippZe. No way injurious, but vure to sflrord relief. Sort or Weak ifye Rob it yn the lid gently, once or twice a day. Cnreadeat esa by potting in the cave em a piece vt cotton. For Felon this i superior to anyUun known. Por Pimple this act lik a charm. For Bum and Scald, apply the Salve at one and it give immediate reheX. For Old Sore, apply once m 4r.' - . '..' - - - '- Not among the Wast of the iavalaahle properties f If is AWTTBrt Salve are ha benenrial efferta 00 tbe haikv Rubbed on the sralp, io rive or six different parts, it promotes the growth of the hair, prevent turning gray, aad on bald spots n pro- .duees a new growth of hair. No lady should be without thia invaluable article as an mdipewasW cosmetic for the toilvtv, Jt cnMlieaLfls djuMlm It and disease frent tbe head, 'd Motcbc and pimple iron the fiweb. t r j r ; ; ;-yr , - . , From 3b. Flit 4 RKTS COOMBS, BrumicJL . r . Brunswick, April , 1SS7. 1 Ml BAvm ; I received your letter last even ing, aad wa very 8 yo ceecmdrd to let me take your Halve. 1 think I can do well with it. and Ik will be unite an aceonwnodatioa to nry hnsband. m Me canned get along trtJat aC He ha tried everything- else and baa never abend anything that healed bis leg aa that naive of yowia. and w have both found it to be all, and etva snore, than yon vmoawmntnd at a a. We hsnre- bad it in the tauaiy five or six years, and hare uerd it for everything, and can trnigemy we have meorr Jkmnd Utnetl. 1 nse h for a weak back, and it acta like a chars. Mr. Coombs ha had a Fewer Snrm em hi teg jar thirty pear, and would b m crippU o-da i he had mot found remedy As your sVffte. It keep it healed, and takes out the wnateaiaDrj, proud tfeeh and weiring, and does for bim ail that he can aak. I eaa rscosautewd it for a good asarty ttanga that voa have not, tor I use it tor everything. I .COPtKtar (t itrraJombiS iw tanuV. 1 f Youia, iuu, KLLZABETH COOXB3. ' .TO TBS AFFZICTSD. 1 TourIroriTi)lsQt of tlwasjv,ad aoglUia to keep aopplied. send sixty cents as directed bo low, aad rectors a boa bj return asaiL - - i! Pot Bp b Trns Boxea at 50 cents each (nearly tares times aa large as the boi rspres led v uixw umfi bm imrwv aw toe dqi rwpi i p if. K Prepared by SIMS C 8AWTKR, and P by L. M. BOBBINS. Whotessle Recall Druergriat, Rockinnd. hiev afteveK rrepami by Mit t. haw ui not UP avnd E A Trial Box sent free by matt on reeaipt of sixty oema, oy m. kuobiad, aMcaiana, js.. . THI3 VAXrABLK 8ALVB la SOLD ST f - Mylis . GOOD - B7E TO TIIEM. 1 , , . , .i ... . -.," , . -! TE AU SELLING STOVES, TLWAEE, ; ' - - .; . : i.'-i". Of bert qnalitr and saaanfaesnrat tor Us JiliA a i uiu anT one in town. Also, 10 MUKje AKU BETCKB. . Spouting & Roofing Thaa any one else doing easiness kere. 1Ito a tew BBore 1etX. Best In the world. Weoaer STOVES. TIN W A RK, aad in tact all gooils ta oar liar to eussoniers, inas use poorer jauir ran nnuir see are worth nearly as vurn niorr. We can ear yam will not soon see tneir lis., araia. - We are the eaeluaire aaeau for J. A. LAW SON'S ' .' -- 1 .'":' " .1 Je UJ S 1 Call aad sea one that weighs mo noaeda. Will aeai ,aj sisea nouse in. to ooiaesi weather with a bushels of ooai. . llon't loixet the aaaee; 1 doer west of Em. pirn House. V DOR II ES BROS.