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Holmes County Republican.
IiO o. XjB, jniLLERSBCKG, O., : : : J as. I, lb4, Notice to Subscribers. Qubecribers can alway tell bow their tnb- kjcnpuoa aceoant staaas, w loosing as mr figures aflr their un on the address label pasted on the martin of the paper. Those fig ure ft bow the exact date to which subscriptioa has been paid. There bit Doseiblv be some mil takes id tbe date. If ao our abarriben will please let us know what thev are. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. abbitb. Going Korth, 4 21 p.. Gum.- South, lull p. a. piraxr noa orncB.) Going Vorth, 4.00 p. ax. poia( souta, ub pa. STAGE LINES. ABBITB. From Cotaorton. Hondan, Wednesdays and rrtoayt, at .w p. bu paraST. Tuesdays, Thursday and 8aturdv,at IDS a.m 1UITI. From Canal Dover, Tia rhsnevi'le. Walnut Creek and Berlin, Monday, Wadaesdays and rndays, at u nu DsTABT. Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday at 1-80 p. nt ABBITB. From New Philadelphia Tia Rammrille, New itediora, -saituio, eux, sataraaya, una. BbTabt. Saturday, at 1 p. m . aaaiTK. From Koebi Tia Benton, ML Hope, etc-, Mon day, Wednesday and Fridays, at p. m. nsrasr. Mondays, Wednesday and Friday, ill a. m. Paint Valley Arrire and Depart Wednesdays ana nawiraay. Office Bonn from 1 a. m. to p. ni. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. Sldghjxo. Friday night it com menced snowing and on Saturday a few sleds and sleighs came into town. Saturday night there was another fall and on Sunday tbe roads were quite passible. Ginger Ale. This delightful bever-1 age, which can be had from Weston & Huston's Soda Fountain, is an excellent , , , . , . . . . .. drink for cold day. It is heating in its nature, and is good for colds. Try it, it's pleasant to tbe taste, and healthful. P. Foglesong bas been holding a series I f meeings in the Lutheran Church of Benton, for the past three weeks. There I has been quite an interest awakened in I religious matters in that vicinity. We hope tbe good work will go on. Oyster Supper and Sociable. A grand Oyster Supper will be given by tbe ladies in the new Presbyterian cbnrch on Xew Tatar's evening, Jan. 1st, 1874. A numberof"fancy articles" will be offered for sale at reduced prices. Everybody invited. Admit tance 10 cts. Oysters, 30 cts. I OFFICE OF M. Co., Dec. 24th, 1873. Notice is hereby given to the stock- Vnl,1 I an, UA U'.lU.l.hli Vf .K.K'tlAB I uuiucia .u vuC auiuc.puu.g uu.v Company.thatthe annual meeting for the election of Directors for the ensti-I ing year, will be held at the company's Office,inMillersburg,onthe5thdAyof January, 1874, at 10 o'clock, a. m. uy oraer oi directors. A. ANDERSON, Sec'y. Burnt Oct. We are sorry to an- nounce that the house of John Horn the coal man. caught fire on Tuesday evening of last week, and was entirely eonsumed with most of its contents. Mrs, Horn was in town at the time, and Mr. Horn was in the Coal Bank. The fire was not noticed in time to be put out. A sewing machine and a few I other article were all that were saved, Pomeroy's Democrat. This excel- i.. Ml r : l i r. AVUfr UCWBUBVCr will ins iuiihsucu ivi .v ,, .u- , , As evervbody has heard of and read PnU;. Inerat It I. useless for to add our mite of praise which it uni- ii ..i, -K . r. . iota .h.M., ' I once send $2 to M. M. Pomeroy, Editor Democrat, Box 5217, New Tork City. - A Core. To the unfortunate victim of drunkenness we recommend the fol lowing cure : A mixture made up as follows, and taken in quantities equal to an ordinary dram, and as often as the desire tor strong drink returns, will core the worst case of drunkenness: Sulphate of iron, fire grains; pepper mint water, eleren drachmB; spirits of nutmeg, one drachm. This prepara tion acts as a tonic and stimulant, and partially supplies the place of the ac customed liquor, and prevents the ab solute physical and moral prostration that follows from a sudden breaking oft from the use of stimulating drinks. It is to be taken in quantities equal to an ordinary dram, and as often as the desire of a dram returns. al Fair and Festival, According to announcement the ladies of the Presby terian church held their annual Fair and Festival in the new Presbyterian church, commencing Wednesday 'eve ning, and continuing three evenings. The ladies had made special pre para-' ion for a good exhibit of fancy articles,! as well as setting an excellent table. The effort proved to be quite a success, as everybody remarked. The attend ance was good each evening, especially on Christmas evening, when the large room was densely packed. The entire net proceeds amounted to $315. The ladies are mnch pleased with their suc cess, and return their hearty thanks to the good people who patronized them ao well. Tbe Band was present the first two evenings, and discoursed some excellent music. We have heard quite a number of compliments from outsiders on tne good management of the whole affair, and especially the supper and oyster tables. By request the ladies have consented to bold an oyster sup per in the church on New Tear eve ning, to which all are cordially invited. We trust that all will feel it a privilege as well as a pleasure to attend and thus contribute their mite to the furnishing of the new church. n-nf as ot . Livingstone Lost and Found. The above is tbe title of a large eight hun dred paged book, which is now on our table, and which on examination we find to be a work of thrilling interest, being a complete account of the adven tures and exploits of that renowned ex plorer Dr. Livingstone. It gives a com plete account of the great Continent of Africa and its Inhabitants, their customs manners &cM the prominent missionary stations, the diamond and gold regions. A most interesting account of his dis covery by the American Expedition, in command of Henry M. Stanley is given Tbe work contains over a hundred illus trations and maps which are valuable. The great object of tills work is to give a plain, unvarnished relation of the losing and finding of Dr. Livingstone. It will be feund a complete book of ref erence on Africa, and gives that know! elge of the country and travelers in it which can be obtained elsewhere only by laborious research. Tbe book is beautifully bound, anil durable. The prices of the book are made to suit the times, and not foi an immense profit. The work is published by Dnffivld Ash mead, Philadelphia, Pa-, and by the "Mutual Publishing Company." Mr, Chas. B. Robins is the agent for Millrrs- bofg and vicinity. Boll of Honor. The following the Roll or Honor for the month ending Dec 19th, comprising all those pupils in our schools who were neither absent nor tarur once during the month. An asterisk opposite a name shows that scholar to bare merited one hundred percen.. to bis recitations during the momn: Is GRAMMAR SCHOOL—B. Harry Hull. Anna Dav Laura Bll, Cora Gray, Canute Bates. Mxrr Iticheson Zora Brown, Jennie Vorwerk, INTERMEDIATE. Cnrtis Badsley, Melvin Wolgamot, Willie Bell, Willie Xen ton. manes Halt, Jennetre Keller, Vara Uhler, Elzie Cary, Alvah Miller, Lilly Lstill, Charles IVeitman, Ida Fair. THIRD PRIMARY. Fred Cameron, Kellie Carnahan. n line Cary. L. Cherryholines, Preston Incles. Jaary Moore, Anna Marcbant, Lida Xewton, Flora Orr, Iessie Spencer. George Schnorr. James Vorhes, Willie Vorhes, WiUie Laey, SECOND PRIMARY. Bessie Mayers, Ottowa Hose, Lilly Hun nit. Willie"Heilman, Mauda Miller, Ubler McDowell, Mary xevill. James rCicbeson, Clement Rain, Fred Shattuck, John Wolgamot, Earl McDowell, Adam Henderson. Hattie Xewton, Maud Jacobs, Alfred Gerber, Julian Hanna. Willie Koch, FIRST PRIMARY. Homer Bell, Hervie Happer, William Leppla, Cora Young, Tina Crawford, Maggie Fritz, Eda Henderson, Katie Henderson. Harry Estill. Charles Estill, r.lmar Hose, John Laylauder, tlzie Urr. Henry Keller, John Weigand, Orplia Negelspacb, Albert bcblupe, Jennie Wol garnet, r red Doug-las, Ada rvalltnp, Clayton fair, Lioulsa Ad tiler, John Uhl. The following received a hundred per cent, but were not present every day. Luella Moore, Ella Robinson, YJWsSSr Yh a i ' Lizzie Becker, John Albertson, Ragsel Wolgamot, Fannie Orr, Era Xnnemacher, Ella Miller, Pet Van Evra. CHAS. LOUIS Loos, Supt. Santa Cues. The history of Santa wans a curious mixture of truth and (able goes far back into the ancient time. Centuries ago a child was born n Asia Minor, who received the name or J, icholas. His parents were wealthy and of high rank; and desiring to ex- press theirgratitnde to God for the birth of their son, they resolved to educate him for the christian priesthood. The child was sober and thoughtful, and while yet young both his parents died, and he inherited their great wealth, He considered tlie riches a sacred trust; ne led the hungry; be clothed tbe des-1 tta..i- X A a 11 1.1 n A" . i I wtuw, nun periunucu aimmus oi goou uwjtia as secretly ns posMuie. as a i- ... . i priest he was greatly belored; asa 1 .-A.: 1 1 1 I up tie t'uuuiiueu iiiij reuevuieuce ; nicer hU death the church UOD .... ... . . "uu m "ecau,e " ' lu" fcreare pat- ron saints. He was rerered as the help- er oi the poor, the protector of the wexk an(I a, the -mxial patron saint little children, who were taught to beliere their good gifts come from him. Many miraculous incidents were added to the story of his life, which the uu- tutored fondly believed. Santo Xicho- was the name given bun by tbe monks; and this was familiarly changed to Santo Xic'laus, and finally clipped down to banto -Claus, who is still rep- resented as retaining his old habits of secret benevolence, and coming down the chimney at night, laden with Christ mas presents for tbe children. bish-Lntlnl The Galaxy. This magazine Is nt entering on the eighth ye,r of ita ex- tence. It started to be the foremost it magazine in the country. En- tirely discarding mere pictorial attrac- tions and strictly local connections. Us i i i . . i .,- I niui uns uceu ui present eacn montn tne I choicest possible literary bill of fare to its readers. It bas aimed to be thor oughly np to the times in the choice of subjects which it has discussed, and most of the lire questions of the day are ably treated in its pages. Its liber policy and high literary tone have drawn to it contributions from some of the ablest of our statesmen. Many of these contributions are ot the greatest importance, ana give an insiae view oi our current history which could not be obtained. Secretary -. Welles has given its readers an inside view of our naval operations during the rebellion, and In bis late series of papers on Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Seward bas given many exceedingly interest- ing revelations as to the position, view, and acts of Mr. Lincoln and the leading memoers oi nis uaoinet on tne great questions which engaged their atten- tiou. In the January number, Judge Black has an article on his relations With Mr. Seward. 1 jhx. inunow weed nas giren many interesting chapters from his Autobi- ography, touching on the most impor- tant events of Jiis lite, and nis recollec- tionsofthe great men with whom he has come in contact. T so on 0f I iv Harper's MAr.AZixE.-Publisl.ers and Editors beth appear to understand the needs of the popular mind, even those which mnv oeonle are . conscious themselves. They aim to " I awaken a taste for knowledge as well to gratify it, and -heir system in do- ing this is to make kuowleilge enter-1 taming. 1 he Magazine penetrates into the log-houses of Western fanners as i, . . ,i . I comprehensiveness makes it acceptable every body who is pleased- by pic-1 tures. and who has any love OI reading. orbAmer.c, and telling stories of American domes-11 tic lite, the proiuseiy illustrated articles I travel and adventure, tne carefully FS-THH 3Sr?r j i:.: I u:-. : i I rich and racy reflection in "The Editor's Easy Chair," and oi anecdote in "ihe Editor's Drawer," are among its con- ... . j of al , an I I I Hearth and Home. We commend this beautiful journal to our readers as one of the ablest, purest and most care- fully edited of all the literary and home weeklies. Its stories are not of the trashy, sensational character, yet are of absorbing interest, and will be read by t.tr, s.cuuer ui Hie ia.nu7 s itu p.eas- ure and protit. Its editorials are able, timely, independent. Tbe best Ameri- can and foreign writers contribute to I its columns; and, take it all in all, It is as near a periect Home Paper as is pub lished 111 tills or anv Other COUntrv. ??l&?.?LK!!?tn? Publi9her8 lr, us "Union Furnishing Company." When will the Union Furnishing Co's. $25,000 libel suit against the Western Rural be decided? 5. Jf, Wagi Co., Michigan. We know nothing about any suit be ing commenced except what we hare heard or read. The alleged libel suit is as big a humbug, as is the Company itself. Western Rural.' of Coffee Saloon and Rest aitraxt All who desire retreshments gotten-J up in good style, will lie pleased to know that such t-au be had by calling at the CoilVc Saloon and Restaurant ot the Glass Bros, opposite the Post Office, Millersburg, O. Warm Meals at all hours of the day. 6tf -Hall tbe people's Photographer, tf Luro. On this point of the posslbil otherwise r k...: ii I Xiw Year's Dat. Xew Tears day seems in thU country to have a special significance, and to be welcomed more warmlr than at anv other meridian to be anticipated and to be enjoyed in a manner peculiar to ourselves. Other I people hare their special high days and j holidays the English making an ex ceptionally great festival of Christmas, for instance, the Russians of Easter, tbe Italians of half the days of tbe year; and though the time that has been set apart immemorially for praise and thanksgiving would seem to have some inherent claim upon Americans, in view of the dangers and difficulties overcome in the cruel preparation of the blessings they now enjoy, yet Vew Tear's Day, a voluntary festival, a merely poetical anniversary, and one that at first sight seems to have no reason for it celebration at all, has in some accountable manner taken the pre cedence of all others with by far the greater portion of our citizens, and proved its right to be by the delight it gives. But for the northern portion of New England, we observe this day univer sally from the Atlantic to the Pacific with giving and visiting and banquet ing. We disguise Its chill with tbe ge nial warmth of hospitable houses and nnder tropical luxuriance of hot house blossoms; beauty arrays herself among her subtle webs in her most glorious aureole to make the day more charming; her gallants are there to help her greet it; and the whole round of its splendid hours rolls away in one long wave of merriment from morn ing till midnight. Long before the day arrives mothers begin to look after their tables, fathers begin to groan, maidens begin to select their choicest dresses, lovers begin to 'develop great connois- seursbip in jewelry; and when the day dawns at last pretty pictures it sees in every house, where the young girls, lovely in all the modern accessories to loveliness, have pansed midway in their distracting toilette and run dow n to put the finishing touches to the spark ling snowy boards, where pearly linger rtips twinkle among purple graoes. and the roses and violets are less rosy and less bine than the dimpled cheeks and tbe bright eyes of the fair expecta nt damsels so busy among them, and who while ther make Toiclares of sravetr and pleasure in tbe rich man's bouse) have not forgotten with their bounty to make them beforehand in the poor man's bouse as well, till tbe dawn sees ererr where such scenes of lubllatlon that it might look upon this world, so far at least as its Western hemisphere is concerned, as nothing but a world of happiness! a ,i -rt-ini- nnt n,.,-.! . thia manifestation, for it la aompthlns- in .naon.n. i,h ,- J " It of our Deonlt with ita trn v nrrnr.c anu eagerness tu go ahead, that it car riM U expianatio-n on ltg faee a spirit that u constantly "forgetting those ,, hich lljniFhlnr things which are behind aad reaching forth unto those things which are be fore," and which halls tbe first day of the unbroken year as the gate Into great possibilities, great achievements, great enjoymen.g. It is in Old England, perhaps, the primitive land of steady habits, that they may regret the depart ure of tbe old year: "Fall knee-deep lies the winter now. And the winter winds are wearilr sie-hinr: Toll ye the church-bell sad and slow. Ana tiesii soit y ana speax low. For the Old Year lies a-dying. ii z ear, yon must not Ule. Yon came to us so readily. Yon lived with u sosteadilr. Old Year yon shall not die!'' - K - . . - . f 1 , . That regret answers for a land where re the past , and be- 0Te ,ul"re nou,m w oner which May can b. more content than with what they hare. But the sPirW of -America cries out in a latter atrnln of th fin m A si n (Tor nnil thr la hardly a soul of us that dees not echo it, full is the to-morrow of this won derful land where every dayis richer than the day before. '-Ring out, will bells, to the wild sky. The flying clond, the frosty light; The year if dying in the night; Bing out, wild bells, and let him die!' Last year was fair enough, very like, but next year must be an improvement it, for we are an inventive race, and few of us ever see a new patent without ,.,,,.- it b .ttachment of tinlilitg. the world move3 for us. we ho,d that tne race improves, that the co,lntry is better off, that comforts in- creflse. ,a tnat we ourselves are to haTe . share ln the nnenl distribution happiness. Perhaps this year tem. temporised with fortune ; next year, re- membering that none but the brave de- L,. the fairj we win her Dy gtornl XhU veur was comnaratirelr cood. it L,aT be: next year shall be superlative best. It has been all rerr well, this 7ear. to woo : next rear it mar he het- ter yet to win. The watch-words of our civilization are purpose and hope. Hopefulness itself is the dominating characteristic of the American who has not dyspepsia, We are intent and in earnest, doinc mitrhtr work. Now and then we stop long enough to take breath and 8Pend U ,n boast-and then we go """"" way through mountains and under lakes ,e'"u8 n"Dra- t : . :tuai :a,i l"8 "eipuig uiaguuu.-cuk um.nu tions, and each of us trying to turn and expecting to turn-some little stream ... . , ,,. the resources into our own private treasury ; and this eagerness for materi advance is a sort oi foundation, alter lion whirl, w rear lafrier hones intentions, like that state of physi- ""'is """ tne stronger ano tne more aoie to ao ,,i ,.r. It is no wonder, then, that we will wel coine tbe Xew Tear as an other step toward our goal, toward tbe completion Lfour fortune, the crown of our love, the salvation of our soul, as the tne auction of our soul, as the case may be with each one. Tes, let the Old Tear die, we sing again with the poet; the New Tear comes with fuller reception for us, ful- Ier wisdom,a fuller measure of our days. If there Is sorrow hidden under its bright mantle, like the memento mori under the flowers of tha TVmtinn feast. ... ,, th. . . . ,f ,, . . ,. , ' ; nothing else, It at least brings ns one degree nearer the great reward of our labors. is to oi of to tar be if on It to is er, has Kkvsthii Th writer of an artloU entitled "Country Newspapers and . vuuutiy Auiturs, lu a lerjrjiii, ijiiiuuer Pomeroy's Democrat, sensibly re marks "Meanwhile, let the country editors do all they can to make their papers in teresting, and then let those immedi ately surrounding those papers do all they can to support the same, taking care to subscribe for their home paper, and then, if they have money left, or wish pajiers from abroad to read, let them subscribe for such as suit their fancy. But let no man who has the in- terest or his immediate section at heart, subscribe for our paper, or any other published out of the town or countv where he resides, until be has fir3t sub scribed for his home paper ," . . " lots for 1 1 i- The reliable H. M. oysters, tho on ly reliable oysters in tbe market can always be found fresh and good at w. Scbnorrs. - - - - - 18w3 - IN TOWN AND OUT. The "Boll of Honor" came to ns too late for insertion in last week's issue. For the best Syrup & X. O. Molas ses go to Lang s. 3tl If you want a city paper that is cheap, reliable, interesting and useful subscribe for the X. Y. Weekly Witness. The bravest man In this communi ty is he who dares his wife to get up ana ouiia nres tnese cold mornings. Short items of local interest from all parts of the county are immensely accepts Die at all antes. Alter the 1st of January the Cleve land uaily Herald will be printed i quarto style. It is to be greatly im proved in every way. Item for tbe economical : Wood will last much longer if left for the women folks to saw and split. A chiropodist announces on his cards that be baa ' removed corns from several of the crowned beads ot En rope." A Terr large stock of fine candies and candies of every variety at George Schnorr's 1BW3 Skates are being sharpened, and Drought Into requisition, bleating Par ties are one of the seasonable pleasures. and are in vogue. The scholars of our Union Schools are enjoying a two weeks vacation, School will resume on Monday, Jan. Otn , 1874. It was Voltaire who said : "Ideas are like beards; men only get them wnen tney are grown up, and women nerer have any. li tne nens would onlv resume their old Industrial habits, and reduce the price of eggs, one great cause for nara times would disappear. The Postofflce Department esti mates tnat iaj,3UU,uuu postal eards will b used during the next rear, at a cost to the Government of $1,39 per thou sand. Crawford county furnishes all the "Beer" for the Con. Con., while it has a clerical Fisher that dosen't take nat urally to water as did Sir Isaac Walton The Christmas Tree in the M.E. church in Holmesville, netted the school $25. Tbe evening was spent very pleas antly. A child was smothered in Appo mattox county, vi, s lew evenings K, by guests at a wedding, who threw their outer garments upon a bed in which be was lying. A Maine woman ate four quarts of oysters at one sitting the other dar. and won $100 by so doing, which, al ter oeuueung ner Durial expenses, eighty-fire dollars, left her fifteen dol lars to commence the next world with Thrice the age of a clog is that of a none: thrice the age or a horse is that of a man; thrice the age of a man is mat oi a deer; tlirlce tbe age of a deer tnat or an eagle: thrice the age ot an eagie is mat bi an oas tree. Our experience, and the bistorr of the past eighteen centuries, incline us tne Deuel tnat no matter how well you treat a shot-gun. nor how vou bring it np, it will bang the stuffing out you tne nrst time i: gets a good chance. Look at the Astounding Offer made the largest, best and most popular enromotn tne world, "The Old Oaken Bucket," given as a premium to eacb subscriber to Demorest's Monthly Maga zine, as announced in another column. The Wheeling & Lake Erie Rail road, it is now thought, will be put through. Mr. Walter Shanler. who constructed the famous Heosac tunnel, has taken tne contract to finish the road between Wheeling and Toledo by Sept. lst,187. Chapped hands, face, rough skin. pimples, ringworm, salt-rheum and other cutaneous affections cured, and tne skin made soft and smooth, by using the Juniper Tar Soap, made by Caswell, Hazard fc Co Xew York. Be certain get tbe Juniper Tar Snap, as there are many imitations made with common which are worthless, 20 w4 Postal Matters. The editor of the Columbus Journal, who is a postmaster, makes the following sensible sugges tions: - 1. If all men wonld use the "return" stamped envelope, there weuld be scare ly a possibility of letters being acciden tally lost or miscarried. If the letter should be put in without any address at as is ireqnently tbe case, it would immediately returned to tbe sender, his card was printed on it; and such tning as detention lor non-parment would then be unknown. . Observations of tbe lists of unmail- able letters published in a number of leading cities, and estimates based up these, show that there are not less than eighty thousand a week of unmail- able letters posted in the United States very one or which would be imme diately returned to the. writers for di rection ir tbe. "return" envelopes were universally used." 2. If all money sent by mail were sent by Money Order, there would be scarce a possibility of its reaching the wrong person, or (if enclosed as in first paragraph) miscarrying in any way. To this we may add that 3. Where tbe delivery office is not a Money Order office, the letter should be registered. Every person through whose hands a registered letter passes must receipt for it and it can be readi ly traced if lost. The Christian Union. The 'Christ ian Union' is a large sized religious journal, unsectarian, independent, and devoted to religion, morals, reform, news, literature, household matters, science, art, agriculture, trade,' Ac-, tc. Is the only religious journal tbat the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher writes for, or which he In any way contributes. It an ably edited paper and has an im mense circulation. The publishers are offering for tbe year 1874, in connection with their paper, a pair of most beauti ful chromos called "Our Boys; or, The Dinner and Tbe Nap." These we think rival in beauty "Our Girls," or "Wide Awake and Fast Asleep," which they gave last year. These pictures are worthy a place in the most costly homes and inexpensive enough for tha sim plest dwelling. The "Christiau Union" with this pair of chromos mounted and sized and delivered li-ee to the subscrib for $3.50. Miss Martha Buchanan l-i acting as agent at this office. J. A. Ford & Co, Publishers, 27 Park Place, Xew Tork. at The Dowdy Band will treat the cit izens of Berlin with good music on New Year's day, Somebody threw a couple of bricks through tbeshow window ot Glass Bros. Saloon Monday night. Several bottles were broken, and the window frame smashed in. It is not known who did it. The pleasant jingle of sleigh bells greeted our ears for several days past. We wish our readers a happy New Year. Cameo pictures at Hall's Oallery. 18tf Oysters & can only 40cents at Wes ton & Huston s. IStf Overcoats for $10,00, worth 18,00; Overcoats for $4,00, at Len Bi rd's. 1 7tf ru Ft. For Sale or Kent. The undersigned bas two bouses and for sale or rent. For further par ticulars Inquire of T. J. Everett. 15tf Bran for Sale. Ten tons of good Bran for sale as cheap, as can be bought anywhere, at Millersburg Mills. G. Fehrenbach. 13tr Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery. Nicest assortment of Cakes & Cau dles at Lang's. 3tf Land fob Sale. J. W. Hadley oilers sale several farms from forty to one hundred acres each. Four or live con venient houses and lots also for sale. Enquire nf Hadley at Millersburg, O, 20w4 and Panic Prices. At Weston & Hus- ton's Oysters are selling at 80 cents per can. - - ' 40 cents per can. Stewed per doz. 25 cts. Best Syrup, 80 cts per gallon. Panic prices for all goods. lotf Latest styles of hats and caps Just received at iuaxweus . . call and sea them. 5tf Good hats 75 cents, at Bird's. 13tf iot waj, ric uiu, Ajcmon. Pupiim Pntr-L-pra irn tA T.anflr'a tia .1 wavs has a Iresh supply at Who esale Retail. 3tf - A A Fine Picture. li you want a hub incture aireauy f. i .... i, : K iv,. ,i.a : 1 1 . l I a CUIMC3 juvtjtijaj t iai udurr inr n. Pi,.tnre lPli,i frnm rn... ,.n .nr mhcrihrn. tk paner and pictures can'be seenat the rost Office. H. M. t'UNNINGHAV, tf Agent. Shadow pictures at Hall's Gallery. isti : Cranberries, 15 cents quart, at Weston & Huston's. lotf Specialties fob the holidays. Weston and Huston's 40ct Stall fed Ovsters, are tbe finest Oysters ever , -""- - ...... ... ...... Marvin's crackers, Raisins, Prdnes, line and s tick candies.New canned neacli M . v. . ..,.1 nwn -i CO H, A .UU 1 1.11. 1 , Salt,Mince-meat,BcIl and common Cran uernes. r.ver) tiling iron uew ana nice. We are not undersold bv anv Q.p IStf Len Bird is selling loads of Clotti ng. Vie see bundles going out ererr day. lltr Peanuts 10 cts. per quart at Weston Ss Huston s. lotf Len Bird is selling out. 17tf Tobacco of all brands at Lang's. 3tf I I I , I J I I Mrs. Cook & Miss Libbdx Wolgamot, Would announce to the citizens of Mil lersburg and vicinity, that they are ready to supply them with Millinery and Fancy Goods, such as: Bonnets, hats, velvet for suits, hose, gloves, rib bons, laces, hair braids, children s un rrtrek mtm wtt. ofl 3 mhrnW Pir SrTmI k nds, embroidery, &c, &c. Stamp- kentlna Millinerr and varietr .tore' he found rh.re. Cull nnrl aeH thm. Orpr Whnlf. Tidhall Pn'a ctr. I9ri , Lang keeps the best flour in town 3tf Candy Toys without number at O. Schnorr's. 18w3 Go to Maxwells' if you want youi dollars to spin out the farthest. otl Go to Gard's for your fresh meats. 18W3 Xotice to Township Treasurers. Acoonlino- to an act nassed Anril 29th. ,o-, !l , .-I... . ; aoio, a witi issue tu tun a rBitsufBra ui the several Townships orders on the County Treasury for bchool and Town- shin Funds due said townshins. Amount ing to two-thirds of the actual collec tion on tbe duplicate lor said purposes. Said Treasurers are requested to eall immediately and receive these funds in advance of the regular payments in February. J. H. Newton, 10w2 -County Auditor. Mrs. Weston's Mince Meat at Wes ton fe Huston's. 15tf Everything in the furnishing goods line sold at greatly reduced prices at Maxwells. au China Toys by the hundred at G. Schnorr's. All ready for the holidays. laws Dissolution Notice. The copart-1 ersbip heretofore exististing nnder the rm name ot bhrimplln & Coney, is tms day dissolved by mutual consent. it. siiKi.nriiiA, Dec. 15,73. T. G. COFFEY. A. Shrimplin Will Still centinne in I the Boot and Shoe business. All per- sons uitieutcu to too aoove nnn will lease call and settle their accounts im- A. SHRIMPLIN. 19w3, J In look. n 9 around for vonr hoIidaT I vnn itan'r rln rAorrit. tl.nn tj-t A I w" w ev bcnnorr'8 ana Dny tnera or mm. 18w3 I Go to Lang's Bakery for all kinds good Groceries ot frorisions 3tl Latest Styles f tall anU Winter Cloth in ir lust received at Maxwell's. I which will be sold cheap for cash. 6tf Panic Prices for the Next 30 Days. . I I all are now closing ont for cash only, rw,.. r ri.i.i , r- Onr Stock of Clothing and Gents' Fur- ishing Goods, from 7J to 12 per Cent. less than this Season's prices, and we tho nnW hmi in hum frrlnr I are the only bouse in town offering such great inducements, therefore, it is your interest to call on us before burin? elsewhere- for nnr cootls r ou I need in our line during the next 30 days, before our splendid assortment is broken, at the t inted states Clothing Store, of Isaac Marx, two doors west ef the Court House. . 13tf l I i R- on i 1 nal a. Choice Candies at Gard's. 18w3 Flail the neonle's Photocrsnher. tf ianuy loys, inuia 1 ovs, canoy Iran d candies ot every variety at greatly reduced prices a Geo. Scbnorr's. 18tv3 I in New Furniture. The firm of Messrs. & for Sharp, has been doing a good trade in the Fur niture business. One of tbe firm is now away buying a new stock, and in a few days they wi 11 have their store rooms packed with new styles. ! those who new furniture, we would say, go Taylor & Sharp, and examine their stock. Their new goods will be on in a four H.t-s M'hpn nil, tilMyptttt vt-111 linvff all chance of getting choice furniture at very reasonable rates. Fine work they sell at close figures. Call and take a look at their stock. tf. Holiday Toys at Gard's. 18w3 T -n . - , , ... . . i Len Bird baa a splendid stock of goods. - 17tf I Finest five cent Ciar in town atltient. Lail'g. i f, 3tf. I Suits made to order on short notice, Len Bird's. 17tl tne It we all is -m Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R. R. DECEMBER 14, 1873. , uoiNG West. I No. 1, No. 5. 1 No. 7, NO.S. Fast Ex Mail. !Pac. Ex N'gt Ex Pittsburg, 2.1.ra.in S.0Ca.m!ll).iO.i.ni S.l.'.pm Rochester, t.t " ll.SU S.S5 " Alliance, 6.40" 11.00" U.lpm 8.18" Orrrille. t.n " 12.54pm 4.43 7..-l " MansUeld. .il S.1S .: " 9.55 " Crest line.nr U.5U 4.00 " 110 " 10.S5 " Crestline, It 10.10 " 6lla.m 7.43" 10.35" Forest, U.ii 1.40 " 9.30 " 11 M " Lima, ii.:pm 8..v " 10.5(1 " 1.0)a.m Wayne, 2.55 11.40 " l.)a.m 8.S5 " Plymouth, 5-04 " 2.45pm 4.01 " S.05 " Chicago, 8.20 " 7.1U " 7.30 " 9.30 " tjoiNo East. No. 4, No. 3, Ko.1. No. 8, N'gt Ex FatKx PacEx Mail. Chicago. lO.alpin 9,a)s.ni 5.35pm 5.15am Plymouth, s.22h.ih j.liipui 910" 9.S8 " Wayne, 5,50 " s.:ij - n.so " 12.40pm Lima, ao4 " 4.l " l.8a.m 8.00 "I Forest, 11.30 " 5. ' 5.45 " 4.l " Crestline.ar 11.13 " 6M " 4.20 a. 15 " Crostlinc,lr ll.80o.rn 7.10" 4.80" S15n.ni ManKlk-lii, 11.38 " 7.87 " 4.57 " 6.50 " Orrville, 1.5Spm 9. K.40 " 9.1s " Alllan, S40 11.10" aas " U.JO " Rochester, 8.04 " I0.4S " 1.10pm Pittsburg, 7.10 " 30a.m 11.45 " 8.80 " No. 1, Daily except Monday; Nos. t,4, 8,7, 8 Dully except Sunday ; No. S and 6. I funy. F. R. MYERS, Gen. ra: Ticket Agent. ed his who the sake who I MARRIED. MA1IRIKI) At the house of the bride's vnr ents. on till? 2Mli nrilnr. . 1K7JL In. Itm. .1 I, x nemaeher. Mr.JAl oil ETTER of Milleraburg and Bliss M.VItY McKEK, of Mechanic Tn!, HltlnifS rmitstv. I -- MARBLEIZED MANTLES. Hangen. liraio l-uriiHce!, Tile l(egitir,tc Old's Patent Utility t in (irotr, (cleanest und bent,) and tar Kan pp. with sell-clvHaingOven!, Hav ing 80 per cent, in fuel, bend for circulars. 9 JAMKS OLD, 103 Liberty street, IHm rittsburgh. Fa. of sugaii..K -,:r-.11 - : . d and Prairie Townships in the coun .11 V ot Holmes, and State of Ohio, here all b' .. .,,., ,' Good suits for $10.00, worth 15.00 I coats $3,oO, worth $5,00, It in Bird 17tf Tobacco at Panic prices at Weston s. liusLon s. IDCt Geo. Schnorr has a full and com I plete stock of Family Groceries for the Holiday trade. 18W3 Notice to Sportsmen and Others. We the undersigned citizens of Wal nutcreek and Berlin Townships in tbe cou.itr of Holmes and State of Ohio. J Mr -i f"" r- pose of shooting or killing game. Any person so tresnassini- after date of this notice. Dec. 11th. 1873. will be prose- nntol- J osenh Helm uth. Jacob Weisr . tt it . . ' Henry HershbergerDand Gerber, Moses D. Miller, Christian Miller. D?vid Stutzman, Solomon B. Miller, Abraham Mast. D. Swartzentruber, John C. Yoder, Abraham S brock, David HersliberserJohn Miller. Samuel J. Weaver, C. Hoschstedler. Daniel B. Miller, Solomon S. Miller, Elias J. Miller, josepn a. Miner, Solomon Miller, Peter Schrack, Benjamin Trover, Emanuel Beac'by, M.A. Kauffman. Jonathan Miller, John C. Miller, George H. Sliutt. w illiam Gerber, Christian Gerber, V K m , k tT roeraer John MutchelknausJohn P. Kroemer, Christian B. Gerber John Kroemer, - , , .. i , I In r I avi hff Jacob E.Miller, Samuel P. Weaver, David Uelmutn, John P. Miller, uaviu j. oiuizmsn.jonas ji. xoaer. f, y J.'a' Stutzman' Daniel r . Miller, A. J. Kaunman. tjnnst. atulZDaan, Joun J. Jailier, Elizabeth Weaver, Emanuel Miller, umi.iumiici,iMiiiuci v , icayc. n r 1 1 v. .i i i ur w ...... aiiniutf. iguer, uaatei ju. malt, H. Hoschstedler, Christian J. Yoder, Moses T. Miller, Jtenjamln Weaver, William Hoover. 'Premises in German township. 19w2 Oysters only 23 cts. s dish atWes- ton 4 Boston's. . - 15tf Don't spend a dollar for Clothing until you have called at Maxwells They sell the cheapest. . 5tf Raisins, Cran-berries, Mince-meat, Nuts, 4c., fresh at George Schnorr's. 18w3. Notice to Sportsmen and Others. We the undersigned citizens of Har- ?Pn.nr Premises for the purpose of u",,l,uS "r iiouiir (tuiij. -n.iij p:r- !. !' er tbuidate, AOV, lMth. 1H7.I. will lw nrosMiiu1 - Alfred W.Crawford.George Arnold, G. W. Wheaton, IT uiuuii AMAtiagll, Henry Arnold, Jacob Kendall, William Kidd. Jas. L. McCanghey William Miller, Martin juuier, Samuel Charlton, KeiferCroco, Peter Painter, Thos. M.Jones, John Croco, James A. Smith, Levi Kendall, , Wm. Creswell, Thomas Ererly, E. CHtler, Mrs. L. Crawford, Jane Dunbar, Canni Crawford, v. a. Crawford. Thomas Watson, M. ri heaton, L,. Crawford, George Fisher, Henry Croco. James K. Cameron JohnHites. j.i q mi.rn Joseph Achemire Joseph Adams, Cameron. William McKinley, John Itenbicer, vruitam uoty, John C. ArmstrongJsrael Shreve, Joseph Collier, George Cameron, Caleb Hudson, Albert Miller, Valentine Hi tes, J. H. Smith, W. Co wen, Infirmary Directors. 18w3 We furnish Envelops with a Busi ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as the blank envelopes can be purchased elsewhere. Goto Gard's for Choice Cigars. . 18w3 Boys' goods very cheap at Len Bird's. 17tf is SPECIAL NOTICES. cillc, and Atchison ft Nebraska Railroads, for points in Kansas, Indian Territories, Colo We rado and New Mexico. The Company bare intheworld in all cases of A7m(ary and Mar need .''Jilif" whfih"r..'"'i1S!,.n?.m-5!?ih: ltd operation n not oniy to reiiere toe pa- but entirely removes tbe cause of the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. R. The direct rente for Jollet, Morris. Ottawa. The dli isalle. J Aiasane, rem. nenry, atacon, A-eoria, uenne- o, Muline, Bock I tine, Washingtonjowa City, GrinneL Newton, Island, Davenport. Mnsea- De8 Moines, Council Bluffs and Omaha, with- K.irw,, rnr ni,or. Silt Ukucm. s. ramento. San Francisco, and all pointswest the Facinc coast. Trains leaTe daily. Tlx: inmuha lBvAtiiB-riv-tih A A tshiej-in RrnrMt, iar. ramnnnnaTsi. iu.iu a. Peru Aecommxlation. iexoett Sandmrs). ft .00 P. M Omh and TTn worth KinreB-. .exeetrt. Saturdays). 1O.0O P. k T)i?nAt eornor Rarrigaii tnrl ShAraitn tmti. iCKec omce tu n est Aiaaison sirees, oaeraiu nouse. Tbe Chicago. Bock Island and Pacific Bail Wmtnin nivicion hetveen IAvnnwortli. At- cbi&on and chicanx CTnnectinff at lieven- worth with Kanja. Facc Mgsonrt T,,ri.,lf . S- Uunf. ITa Onlrkl Hnnh ITninn P. mint a lull complement or i-aiace mawing noom and Sleeping Care, which for external J"". tnteriorarranreinej.ti ror tne com- nneqnalcd by any other careor the kind in the world. Through tickeM lor sale at ail nrinci- and srar ticket offices. . nua AiiiM, wnenu eaperratenavnt. m. smith, General rassenger Agent cm Children Often Look Pale and Sick from ao other cause than haring worms In the stomacn. -Brown's Vermiruoe Comitts will destroy Worms without injury to tbe child eine perfectly WaiTZ. and free from all col. ortngor other injurious ingredients usually used in worm preparations. C17KTI3 ukuwn, proprietors. No SI 5 Fulton street. New York. Sold bT Dru?B-i6te and Chemista and dealers aieaicine at s cents a nox. aoyi Thirty years' experience of an old nurse. Mrs. Winslow's Sootkino Am U the nrfserfo- 9 una ui id, vest iciuua raiiciMM uu Nurses in the United States, and has been used 80 years with never-failing safety and suc cess by millions of mothers and children, from leeoie intent 01 one weea oia to toe aoult. corrects acidity of the stomach, relieves w,idk0!I' SFSSL ih.- "3 A',T? believe it to be the best and surest remedy fornsinir will accomuanv each bottle. Nona genuine unless the lac-simile of CWBTIS EKK1X3 ison tbe outside wrapper. Sold by Medicine Dealers. siyi Household Panacea & Family Liniment the best remedy In the world for the fotlow-ine-comDlainte. Tlx: OramDS in tbe Limbs and Stomach, Fain in the Stomach, Bowels or Side, Kiieumittisin in an its tonus, jsiinons tonc Neuralgia. Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Fresh ounug. j.urun.frc iiini(ouinai MuniiiBiuk SDraiB, and liruto. i hills and Ferer. For Internal and Kxternal L'e. complaint, It penetrates and perrades tbe Mparts, andquickening the blood. Aii-Heaiinc. J'reparea uy ii kms a. akuwa, For rale bj all Druggist. 47yl To Consumptives- The adrertixer, haTing been permantly cur of tbat dread disease,' Consumption, by a simple remedy, is anxious to make known to fellow sufferers tbe meant of cure. To all may desire it, he will send a copy of tbe prescription used, (free ot chargeOwilh the di rections for' preparing and using the same, which they will and a Sure Cure for Consum- Asthma, Bronchitis, Ac. Parties wishing the the prescription will please address. Key. E. A. WILSON. 194 Penn Street Williamsbargh, New York. 19m8. , Error of Youth. , A gentleman who has suffered for yean from Nerrons Debility, Premature Decay, and all effects ot youthful Indiscretion will for the of suffering humanity, send free to all need it, the recipe and direction for mak ing thestmple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferer wishing to profit by tbe advertiser's experience can do to by addressing in perfec Iconfldenro. JOHN II. OliUF.N, nCedarSt. New York. lVmS. Fanio Lands FOTt SALE. K SUBSCRIBER will sell on long credit tbe following lands; Eighty acres one mile sooth of allllersbnrg. Two Hundred acres twelve miles soutli of M.lllLTihu.r?i Cleveland, lit. Will tstanna Millersburg. on the Dresden Branch of the ernon Columbus K. n. Will tnkeone-fourth the nrlce down and wait four yenrs for the balance. The W acres are pretty much all cleared and under a high state cultivation. FriuelU0 per acre. w acre are aooutone-BairttmDer .ami. Price fiu per acre. From one-balfto two-thirds of both farms Is bottom laud. Apply soon If yon want penes Ion In the spring. low THOMAS 6. ARNOLD. i mac find sell Boy's Inittal Music ' : , 4mi Essay, of and and Jh The simple, which This youth two SO 11 Want $215,000 ! FURNITURE AT COST I To mve the expense of mot- ma to our new ttore, ic nave concluded to close out our pres ent stock of Furniture, amount ing to $215,000, al COST. This the greatest opportunity ever Wered to the public to furn ish their homes at a very loxo cost. This Furniture is Jirst-class in every respect, oeing the product our own Factory. Hart &' Malone, 103, 105 and 107 Water-st C LEVE sL.A. 1VI. O. o-yi New Goods A .-.. K at Uhler & MeDowell's. THE MILLERSBURG UACHI1TE COLIPAHY! Are now running their Shops, and are ready do all lobs of repairing? in their line. Ther have on hand and for sale. Threnhinr Dines ana noree rowers mar. can't oe ex celled, at lower prices than can be had else where. They have on band. Sulky Hay Rakes, Road Scrapers. Plows. Points, Road Scrapers, Farm Bells and Cast ing; of all Kinds. Persons vantinr anvthinrln our line will It to their interest to eall as we intend to at low prices this season. March t7th !8T3-tf. COMPLETE BOOS 8TOTE. tNCHAM CLARKE & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Libraries, vera! hand red choice volumes in every Kwncn os jUiieracare. r-iv . . f Snmda$ Sdmll Booker, I, w Twenty thousand volumes of good ton selected for the purpose. Holliday Books. ; - , An immense variety. and QirVs Book, Optic's Kellog's Sophie May's. Several nnnarea volumes iro all tbe popular aotnora. Primers and Tow Books Fifteen hundred dozen, at from 15 cent per aosen to S3,w per aosen. Stationary. All new sixes and styles . Books. - : -. , For Sunday Schools Char a, Cboira and Singing Schools. - - . Medical and Law Books. A fnH variety 1400 volumes. -Photograph Albums. Over 00 varieties at from 13 eents to tafi.00 "Chsap Books." A Small quantity of shelf-worn books. good '.for School, Private, or S. S, Libraries. Any book in market supplied to order. Ingham, Clarke & Co., Wholesale Booksellers and Stationers. 217 Superior Street, Cleveland, O. MANHOOD s Iiost, How Restored Just published, a new edition of Dr. Culverwoll's Celebrated on tne radical cure (without afedieine) HoermaattorrUoea or Beminal Weakness. !- voluntary Seminal losses, Impotency, Mental Physical Incapacity, impediments to Marriage, etc.; alao, Consumption, .Epilepsy Fits, induced by ef-indulgence or Sexual Extravagance. Price, in asealed envelope, only cts. celebrated author, in this admirable es say .clearly demonstrates from a 10 years' suc cessful practice, that the alarming coniicquen oas ef self abuse may be radically cured with out the dangerous use of tbe knife or internal medicine, pointing oot a mode of cure at once certain and effectual, by means of every sufferer, no matter what nis con dition may be, may cure himself cheaply, pri vately, and radically. lecture should be in the hands of every and every man in the land. SentsUuderseal, ln a plain envelope, to anv address, postpaid, oa receipt of six cents, or postage sumps. Also Dr. Culverweire Marriage Guide, price cents. Address tbe publishers, CHAS. J. C. KLINE ft CO. ltT Bowery Kew York P.O. IF YOU Want a cook. Want a clerk, Want a partner, s. Want si to at ion. ' j ; Want a servant girl, 1 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 drug. Want to sell tioaehold furniture. Want to sett dry goods or carpets. to and customers for anything, ADVERTISE IV THK RBPVBLICAN. Advertising wtll gala new customers. Advertising will keep old customers, Advertising liberally always pavs, Advertisinr makes sneeees easv. Advertising bei advertising begets confluence. Advertising snows energy, Advertising shews pluck. lows energy. Advertising means bis. Auvemse er 'oust," Advertise long. Advertise well. Advertise Mow. Of All Shop thi our aa is until Lang's Hotice. For FIour.lBread, Cakes, Pies, Ice Cream, Lemon ade, CofTee, Sugar, Tea, Rice, Canned Fruits, Can dies, Crackers, Fi?s, Nuts. Prunes, English! Currants, Corn Starch, S. C. Starch, Pearl Starch, Dried Peach es, Dried Apples, Beans, Hominy, Baking Powder,: Cinajer, Mustard. Cream Tartar, Spice, Raisins, Pepper, Soaps, Baskets Brooms, Mop Sticks, Cin namon, Tobacco, Cigars, Stove Polish, Shoe Black ing, Candles, Carbon Oil Fish, Salt, Lime, Wool Twine, BedLCords, Bacon etc., &c, GO TO- Lang's Bakery, MAIN STREET, MlUershurg, Ohio. wlKWMHaB; W- Jacobs I jK Has just raoeired larg stock t Of m I' AMERICAN 4 SWISS I WATCHES I g In GOLD and SILvWCASES. jg .IJ an -i i jf wiu anu oiivvr cnaruis in v(au jt dance. A large asaortment m of Stnds, fiuttooa. fine w j. Gold and SiUer Btngs, X Gold Bracelet, line V Gold Jewelry 9 in sets, Uf Ac. ft Charms, Silrer Thimbles, Gold Pens, Spectacles. Nickel and ft Plated Ware, Ac. We eontinoe to sell Elgin ft and Waltham Watches at fac- 1 tory list prices. ft Call and Seeonr stock of God's, 2 before porchasing elsewhere, ft 85 to 100 per cent, saved u by ao doing. We do ft as we wish to be S done by. All ft goods war- ranted. g Repairing I X Watches. Chronometers. Clocks, m Jewelry, Ac, Kepaired on short 9 notice. X i-Look for the Big Watch If and spectacle Sign. w j a o n n ft AND PROVISION STORE! JOHN P. LAEIMER MILLERSBURC, DEALER IN PINE Family Groceries ! SUGABS, COFFEES, SYRUPS, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS. Highest Price paid for Purs and Sheep Pelts, rotators, Deans ana country Arouue. Generally. Agent for the United, States Tea Company lxtf Marblo Works, MILLERSBURG. OHIO. A Nice Assortment of 1 the best Italian and American Marble, al ways oa hand, and at 15 percent, less than the same can be bought of any trav eling Agent, . Material Warranted No. 1. oa Main Street, 1 door west of Uhler A McDowell's. JOHN OETZ. READ. READ. READ. Anticipating a large Fall Trade, we have manufactured, and now have ready for sale, an unuuallv large stork ef rich and plain Fur niture, orthe latent aad most fashionable de signs. Kecent derangements in the money market indicate a large season, and In viewof probability, anil with a desire to reduce stack before inventorying, we now offer as inducement to buy a Discount from 10 per cent. to 26 According to tbe class of good selected. This a rare opportunity to eotaiu good Furniture Ibraniicb les than its roal value. Don't bur a dollars worth or Furniture, Mirror or Bedding yon see u. l.Herenden&Co. MAMMOTH Furniture Warerooms, II4& lie Bank St., CLEVELAND, O. S10tO$20eWreA,E nts wanted ev erywhere. Particular frea. U. BLAIU A t'O.. St Lool. Mo. Ssvl i i I Important. i i All A for in XoJ. men call 1)1 ular Inst qeul year. ness, J $10 H.A. W. W. Tork. MISS SAWYER'S SALVE. I If J TTKRB yon bare a aarr. Ii healing prapenlaa. wl proneraaa. with m .mmi wot. A remedy at hand for the many pain ana aches, wounds and brulM, so which IntTkM. t aaorv Knw appnm wan many otbar raaaeOMa, wrer producing a aad ffct, bm. twT ntiarUlc pain, bowercr severe. nis nreparra sy jnat sawyer, who has M st a her own ellenalr. treatsMnt of tbe atck, ftv learly twenty yeara, with gnat snm am The principal dliw for which that aahm si im, nmended am. Chilblains. ffliMnrt. M Scrofula, Old Ulcers, Sail SAessn, Sprains, Jaras, reswr oaesm, new, nmjHsm, ArroptM, sjsrm Bscs, Sorter's ItcA, Deafnsss, Soils, Mint wra vorns. Ansa or aiimiii, uimjiii, jimiaaa, . mens. Son NirrvUs. Saldnsss. Swollen Sen Bch, Scald Head, Teething, Chmpps standi Scolds, Cots, Srmisss, Croup, Oackod Hps, sstt Sorts on Children It nerer falls to enra BbeinBatism If npil polled. Rub kt on well with tne band this. tOBa day. In aereral cum It has enred jsaanad Ibbbs, For POes it baa bees daMorerad to b a swns !dy. r-enona tbat Bar. been aflUetad for fsass have been reuered by a few appneationa, VnrJr npelas H works wonder, allaying tbe tanaiBBtaasss) nd quieting the patten. For Chapped Bands n) sroduees a cure imnwdlately. Let those wnit SsM Shsmm obtain thia 8ahre, and apply tfeary, B4 hey will nnd H iirraluabl.. It Is good ia law ot Scrofsla and Tumors. Cancers hare bsea BFS4 aith it. The best Sah-e arer lnrmted for SmUan Breast and Sore Nipples. No way mfcnioue, bat mre to afford relief. Son or Weak Muss Baka latlMlidsgenay.OBeaet-twieaadaT. Cons Stmt fteas by potting in the ears OB a niece of saalam. For felons this la superior to anything kawwm. and Scalds, apply the Sain at ones ana B gWeB ror jrmptss tms acta nc. a enariB. ror Mure at oaes ana I Old Sons. swot. reuei. ror iay. Not among the leaM of the nrraloable piouswlai of Hue SAWTEB'e Oax-te ar. ita bMucial igmM on tbe hair. Rubbed on tbe scalp, la are or sis different parta, it promotes tbe growth of tha hair. prevent, n uinnng gray, ana en oau spots K ooeea a new growu or salr. Ao lady without this uiTalnable article as an Inititnanaakla eoametie for the toilet. It eradicate dandruff aaa disease from tbe head, and blotches and nlntpisB from liae lac. JVoa Mrs. KLIZASETB C00MS8, Mrunmsie. Bnmnrtek. April 4. ISST. MwaSAwram: I reserved yoarhmer Isaaerasr tag. and was rery glad yon eonemded In am ass take your Salve. 1 think I can do Weil wttb H, anal It will be quite an accommodation to my Buasaaaf. oa he carmt tet along tcUhont it. B. ha IrkMl everything elae and has nerer found anything mat healed hi. leg ss last Salra of yonra, and wa am both found a to be all, and ewen mere, AWna aaw roammend ill. be. We bar. had In tha naauiy fir. or six yeara, and bare used at for amjlbaia, and can truly sou aw hass nerer faun its i.al 1 mm it for a weak back, and It acm Bke a ahstBi. Mr. Coomb has had a fever Son sot his lap Jar thirls years, and would he a cripjis to-daf, ifsm had not found a remedy in your Satss, asmsm it healed, and takes out the taflaassnatiOB, Bfea4 Sesh and swelling, and does for hisn aJlthsSfcaSBB ask. I can recommend a for a good ataay tesnga that yoa hare not. for I use It for ernrtlUas. X eousider iirraluabl. la a uoniiy. You, t, ELIZABETH OOOatB. TO TBS ATFL1CTSD. If your Drnnrlat Is ont of the rJahte, aad mj umvp aoppuea, aena aurty esnts as I ' 1 ' vj Pot tip la Lara Boxca at SO Ssta 1 (nearly t above). r tnree ames i ames a large a the box nrpraasBSasl Presared by auev c. HAWIU, sna put up by L. M". ROB BINS, WholMaU) tvnd Retail Dninriart, Bok-lBrul. Urn. A Trial Box sent free by mall on lanatpt ef stztt aenta. by L. M. ROB BINS, Bnfkland, Ma. THIS VALtTABLB 8.4.LVB IS SOLB tTt ALL PBALEKS IN atEDICUTCSV MylB J. MULVAUE'S LATE ARRIVAL Paaie P rioee, Best PRINTS at 10 cents per yd. Best Domestic Giogams, at lzl cents per yd. Good Standard Dress Goods, at 2a cents per yd. Black Alpaccas at Panic Prices. Double Warp Alpaccas, 65 to 85 cents per yd. French Merinos, in Fine Colors, worth $1.25, at 85 cents per yd. Cashmeres, all wool, on yd. wide, worth $1.50, at 90c. to $1 per yd. Black Silks, worth from $2 to $2.50, at $1.50 and $2.25 per yd. tbe New Colors of Waterproof, at 85 cents to $1.50 per yd. Boulevard Embossed Skirts, at $1.50 to $2.50. Blankets at $5.00 per pair. Cheap Lot of Flannels. Fancy Dress Shawls at $3.00. Men's Shirts and Drawers. I mean to sell more goods ONE DOLLAR thaa is sold Chicago at the Dollar Store. J. MULVANE, Commercial Bwok. Millavsbnrg, Okie. $300fr MONTH Ovar Half Wnftt. est selling article. Beetled ia every A valuable sample seat oa reoeim .r anally. lflct.to pav postage. Address, .. M. W. SNEADACO , swxsn os, rnuaaeipaia. ra. Last and Bestll"..0 Salesmen! Henry Ward Beeoher' family newspaper gives erarr subscriber a pair of th. largest aad Saest OLEOCRAPHS wa attractive subjects, tbat -take" oa algal painted by Mrs. Anderson, a ooatrasts aad enmnanloBsforthe-WhrS Awake and -Fast Asleep. Areat have Immanas St, it the bet business ever odered caava. sers " We furnish the lightest and kandsosB et ontut, and par very high eommrsstoa. KsrhsuiMcrlliBerrecalves wltaeal iieiav iw. beautiful pictnre. which are ready for 1MMK- AT K DsXlVsKT. The paper lueir asaaoa peerle among family journals, beieg ao pop. that ol it olaas it ha tne largest circa ra tion in tbe world! Employ tne best literary talent. Howard Kaglestoa- serial stswv is avwlBBing; back chapMrs .applied toeaea BMerluer. Jira. 3wri.i TJ soIIy Wire aad I" begins ia th. aew Any one wishing a good fit salary or and ladepeBdanl busi-ataWarrtnid. should send lor circular and terms la B. Fi'RD CO..J Sew Tork Boston, Chicago rincianatti or Saa rrancitco. is-- tO $ 20ovryw hcra. 'ArtWullis'rii BLAIR A (X S. Louis. Ma Styl $57.60 wW??.'?!!?...' nicies lut patened . Jmg1 U. l'HIDKTKB, Sal Broad Mew frs. as all. U. ;roadWBT, X.w ItaU COflssshntatstifaV WOtsMlBm u