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IiO o. Mn-LEKSBCKo, O., : : .Tax. 15, 1874 Notice to Subscribers. Oobaeriben eaa always tell bow their tab- k jcnjjuo. aoootint stands, oy woKing as me figures alter their names oa the address label pasted oa the margin of the paper. Those Az ures show the exact date to which subscription has beea paid. There may possibly be some mistakes in the dates. If so our subscribers will please let u know what thev are. Arrival and Departure of Mails at the Millersburg Postoffice. RAILROAD. Going Korth, tjoinc South, ...... turn. 4 S2p.m. Lin p. as. - 1 varABV (raoa office.) Going North, 4.W p. an. uutnaouuia, mi pm. STAGE LINES. inin, From Coshocton, Honda, Wednesdays and r ndejs, at -US p. as. mran. Taesdaye, Thursdays and Satordays,at MO a.: iitm. From Canal Dover, via Sbsnesrille, Walant Creek and Berlin, Mondays, Wednesdays ana rnanys, ai jz m. . DXTABT. ' afoadaye, Wednesdays and Fridays at sjMpja aesive. Front New Philadelphia Tin Bagersmie, Sew iseaiara, saiuiia, euu, eaturaaya, at u m DKTAET. ' Saturdays, at 1 p. m. ASEIVE. From Kochs Tia Benton. Mt. Hone. etc. Hon days, Wednesdays and Fridays, at p. m. Bxraar. 1 Hondaya, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 1 a. as. Paint Valley Arrive and Depart Wednesdays ana oauiraay. Office Honrs from a. m. to 8 m. T. B. CUNNINGHAM, P. M. Public Sale. The Administrator's sale of Harvey Taylor, is to come . T to day, Thursday, Jan. 15th, 1874. Livingston's Lost and Fockd. This Interesting work can be seen at the Postoffice where orders can be left for it. Cbas. B. Bobbins is the agent for this county.. Removal First of April. I will move my Barber Shop on the 1st of April next, to the first door east of Maxwell's Clothing; Store, np-stairs. HENRY SCHAFER. Xon Explosive Compound. Prof. HUliken's Kerosene Oil rectifier and non explosive compound so tempers the heat that it is impossible to break the thinest chimney. For sale at the Book Store, Millersburg, O. Agents wanted, 22wS Accident. As Mr. Conrad Schuler was coming down stairs from supper, Monday evening, be accidently fell and being unable to recover himself, he fell to the floor beneath. He was taken up insensible, and at this writing, Tuesday afternoon, is somewhat better, but it is thought that he is not yet out of danger. Bake Directors. At the election held Jan. 13th, 1874, by the Stockhold ers of the "First National Bank of Mil- lersburg, Ohio. The following gentle men were elected Directors for the en suing year : Bobt. Long, B. C. Brown, Dr. J. Pomerene, J. E. Koch, Jr., and J. H. Newton. Dr. McCrdm The Horse Doctor Is now at the Butler House in Millersburg He will commence a course of free lec tures upon the diseases of the horse. Come and hear him, on Wednesday and Thursday evenings 7 r. M- in the Court House. All persons having such a de- seased horse can have them examined free by calling on him at the Butler House, for two months. . Farvers, Attention. There will be a meeting of the Farmers 01 Hardy an adjacent townships, Saturday evening, in Town Hall, to form an association to be known as the "Farmers' Grange.' These Oranges are very numerous in other States, and many parts of this. All farmers are invited and requested to be present. Destruction to Fruit Trees. The heavy casing of ice on Jast Tuesday and Wednesday has broken down a large number of apple and other fruit trees in this county in many cases uprooting them, others split apart, and limbs in any quantity broken off. The peach orchards almost totally destroyed, and an immense injury done to forest trees. Dissolution Notice. The copart nership existing heretofore under the firm name of Joseph Plata t Son is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Joseph Platz. Jan. 9, 73. Wm. H. Platz. Joseph Platz will continue the busi- . ness in the same place. All persons in debted to the above firm will please call and settle their accounts immedi ately. Joseph Platz. 22w3 The Dat op.Rest. Never was there a more blessed institution than the Sun day, the sacred day of rest from labor. For the soul's and the body's health of the human race, on at least one day in seven there should be an ever-recurring intermission of daily toil. Thus, let a man attain to the period of three score years and ten, he has gained a holiday of ten years' duration, even if his lot has been labor for the remaining three score years. Let childhood be taught to use, and manhood discreetly use, this blessed breathing time, as a day on which to raise the thoughts beyond the world, not less than for purposes ot in nocent recreation. Disastrous Storms. One of the most disastrous storms that has visited us for many years, occurred during the early part of last week. For several days and nights the rain which fell al most incessantly froze upon the trees as fast as it fell until the coating of ice on the limbs was more than an inch in thickness. Great damage was done to fruit, ornamental and forest trees in our county. The peach orchards have been almost totally destroyed, having broken limb by limb. On Wednesday, the ground being quite soft owing to the large amount of rain, great forest trees were uprooted by the hundred. It was almost impossible to drive through some of our forests, owing to the num ber of trees blown across the roads. - tl46.H0 iu9.no 1(1.60 ai.su - 111.1)0 GU.UU 35zJ0 Where the Monet Goes. If some of our young men who are not in the least extravagant will examine the following table of expenses, they may perhaps be able to conjecture where the money goes during the year: Fonreigars per dar. 10 cents each. Three drinks per day, 10 cents. each, Miavins; three times per week. Four games of billiards per week, Kxtra boot-blacking, twice perjWeek, Livery lulls not less than, . Total, Here we have, in round numbers,three hundred and fifty dollars, three hun dred and fifty dollars, three-fourths of which might far better be saved. If youug men who spend their money in this way would invest it in good inter est paying securities, they would in a very few years have a comfortable in come. Think of this young men and get rid of your proflgate habits of spending money. Judge Hurd has returned from Phil adelphia, very much improved in health During his absence he paid the interest due on the bonds of the C. Mt. V. and ' C. Railroad, which will be good news to the bondholders, as well as the friends of the road generally. WILMOT, OHIO, Jan. 3rd, 1874. I Eds. Republican : Perhaps a tew items from this place would be of some interest to some of your many readers. We have had very bad roads for some weeks post, which had a tendency to make business dull, except a few days sleighing. A couple of roughs sup posing the sleighing was pretty good, hitched in a sleigh belonging to Mr. J. T. Slinnlr :H 4. ...1.1 r r . .1 I a-iA-v, w,. eis , -uiu swneu ior ratven UKy, wiiere ttey knew Shunk missinir the sleisrh foil our erf the I roughs and made them get out and walk I home. They concluded that sleighing uvi tci j guuu. 1 The holidavs with all their festivals are past. Christmas with us was en- livened by a Christmas tree in the M. I E. Church, upon which were some verv I uuc pioaiyi Hisiisutuoi many young hearts. ...-. ' Addresses, were made hv TLr-r J sto I ling or the M. E. Church, and f 'jint I -ounaon 01 tnis place. ; MMArsl fnrmoM Tk-on.. JL I and will startup on the morning of the fifth with new seal and energy. We have two places in our town, gen erally known as groceries, but the boys have another name for them. The one has beea here for; some time. They call I uatoueisiue onimp. xne otner one ts tl,evvhetaiTi; w -rhiir kv as the old sinner?" "J Mr. J. M. Calmore of Paint twwnshhs. I" Holmes Co- has a verv fine Vinevard anu is auuing to mat very fine nur- I eery. No doubt he can supply the sur- rounding neighborhood with choice fruit trees. I Our school in this place is conducted I "j inib Ajuucsa 01 xioimes uonntv. 1 Tk. mIiaaI a 11 .1 . . 1 .1 . I I AUI,.UUV1W WCU WUUUCUW. IffltDB r.j h. 1.1. .. t. " -"u uta swiiuiara iiew I Year treat whieh waa of ln. I The school was addressed hv- Rm l I Polten of the U. B. Charch, and Capt. R. R. A House of Oub Own. Next to be ing married to the right person there is notning so important in one's life as to live under one's own roof. There is something more than a poetical charm in the expression 0 the wife: 1 " We have our cose v house: it is thrir I dear to us because it is our own. We I nave oougni it witn toe savines of our wo wu. ivnsr llk thAflAnrMl IUUMa.lAAt.. . 1. i 1 J necessities of the market w had tar pass; many a time my noble husband I denied himself of the com fort of tobac-1 co, tne refreshing draught of beer, wore KLli .Tl T . eVT Pl ,tVp boots; and 1. 0. me! made m old bon-1 "J Pint cooKing ; sa- vine; was the order of the haiiw and ti I have a house of our own had been our I united aim. Now we have it; there is landlord troublin? us with raisin 10 liio reni, anu exauuirr ulis anu tnat. I There is no tear harbored in onr bosom that in. sickness of old ace we will thrown out of boars and heme, and the money we have saved- which -otherwise would have gone to Dav rent, is suffi cient to keep us in comfort in the win ter days or life." 1 in n t What a lesson do the above words teach, and how well It would be if hun- dreds of families would heed them, and 1 . . , I """K "tvrwiiw nouses, which take a large share of their earn-1 to ingstopaythe rent, t dress and eat ac-1 cosdingly, would ; bravely jcuttail ex-Us penses.ana concratratturtfprtoonl'uuwu having a home of their own." Better cotUse of your own than a rented palace. Thermometric and Barometric Notes for December, 1873. REPORTED BY Dr J. G. BIGHAM. Observations made at 7 A. M. f r. Bar. Wind. f . O " O V, 29deg.29.4 Calm. -. Clear. 44 29.3 S. " Cloudy.' . 64" 29.1 8." Ramlnir." 28.9 S. High Wind. '-' . w n Cloudy. 34 24 17 ' 30 34 52 1 33 ' -40 f 1.4 '29.4 " 29.3 29.2 ' 29.1 29l1 8. 9. 10. ll: 12. 0 28.9 - 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 2G. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 44 23 " 28 " 25 " 23 27 33 " 27 23 12 21 " 20 24 " 30 30 " 24" 23 16 10" 28.6 29.3 29J 29.3 29.2 29.1 2S.9 29.1 29.3 29.3 20.2 28.8 2S.6 28.1 28.9 29.2 29.4 Calm. Calm. N. W. tvr-r. w. w. Calm.. a Calm. Calm. Calm.' N. Calm. - Cleac Hazy. Cloudy. Raining. Cloudy. v Raining. Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear. Cloudy. -Clear. ' Hazy. . Hazy. Cloudy. W.- s.w. Calm. Calm. Average temperature,29.65. -Height of Barometer, 29.16 inches. Snowing. Cloudy. " Cloudy.' ' Cloudy. Clear. i the his ' on 1 men GARDNER, Johnson Co., Kansas. Eds. Republican 1 . 1 herewith send you a statement of1 the' weather for this I ar8i latitude for December, 1873, which you I ' may publish for the benefit of the Re- pubucan - '''- .. -t 1 . ' i. '" "'"J , ' I 1st, 28ds above zero at sunrise; clear andcajm. 2nd, 31d ; cloudy, west wind. 3rd, 2Cds; clear, S.W. wind. 4th, 32ds; 5th, 33ds; cloudy and slittle snow; 6th, 27ds;clondy,- S.W-.treeie.-'7tlf,18ds clear N. W. wind. 8tb, 28ds; clear, N. wind;9th,34ds:cloudy,E.breeze. 10th, 36ds; cloudy, E. windj, raining. 11th, 34ds; cloudy, S.'E. wind, raining.,L2th, has 30ds ; cloudy ,W. wmd,-ssnowing lightly . and 13th, 14ds; clear and calm. 14th, 22ds; and calm. 15th, 21ds; clear and calm. 16th, 21ds; clear and calm. 7th, NWW"2(i.c;Ndwr 24ds-ctoudv S. E -hreeasv 22nd sW chin 24th, 31ds ; cloudr.Nreeie, 25th, ls ; cloudy, S. W. breeze. 26th,30ds:cloudy, ' N. W. wind, snowMg Hghtly. 27th, iws; ciear, i. wiuu. zsin, isas; clear, S. W. breeze. 29th, 24ds; cloudy, N. W. that ind. 30th. 8ds: clear. S. W. breeze. 31st, 28ds ; clear, S. W. breeze. Ayerage for the month 2o degrees above zero at sunrise. '": " - " era ' we . f Tours truly, GARDNER, Johnson Co., Kansas. I. B. UHL How to Quit SMOKINO.T-One who has bnt tried and knows it recommends tlx , ' following Jile. ; llVsayV 'thaWif this not cure, nothing else will, and as t . r ute it costs but little, the reader can lose nothing by making the XriaL The rule tity Begin oh cigars, two for a quarter, and smoke lour the first day; then drop , to ten cent cigars. an& smoke five; the ln next day buy three for a quarter and just smoke six; next eight or lour for a iCSltetrn0df those two for a nickel, and if you are not cured of smoking, or dead, "you iieeuu s try enner seu-uenial or sulctde, for you are proof against both. in . Caution. Those two persons return ing home from hunting on lastatar day evening, on the road between tha bridge and tbe mill, thinking nrobablr I that being some little distance they l-enterprising ttrSVIl Iff MAP Via L-nrvHm an..,! A I A At ? . 4 dwtIT , ful of what they make target of, and ln not shoot at the twenty-ltght window in my Saw Mill-. It they do probably He somebody's feelings will b hurt. ,ldo , not have so much of an objection to standing behind, and protecting more ueiicate uiacuinery, un oo not UKe 101 have my gl lass broken. 1. Glass is high and E. H. HULL Channed babUiOftati. ronffh skin J pimples, riogworntr salt-rheum -audj other cutaneous fiJucUtas) cured, and tlieskitf made soft and rtiooth, by using nLiFZ bl Hazard A Co., Be certain toget ihe Juniper 'Wr'goap, as there It are many Imitations made with common an tar which are worthless. 20w4 . IN TOWN AND OUT. i . - 4.- . Take care of your health. ' Court opened Monday morning. Plowing has ceased in the country. How many have written '73 for 74? So far the proepeets for ice have been poor. a The best thinr to take before sin?- ing Dream. The lent se Wins on the 13th of Febniwy. - - . . The condiment for late dinners "tch-up, j I 2 i -t-tecan tfelrs and grtnbacire dis- iressingiy scarce. To make a short winter give your nole ,or nlny oays. Men dlireine riu for others some- times nui in uiein selves. 1.-11 i1 J There has been verr little snow this Jar compareu wttli aust. r The vounir folks are on th. lntn,,t 0 - House hunters are basv hunting a puree to aquat in uie opnng. A noted soliloquy 2 B or 0 3 B is me; To tell a horse's agortay bowold ne is, 01 course: -w. - -We should have more music if all were i tune "Rents are enormons." as the Innf. er said when he looked at his bnwhw. XH., mr m - ; ; ; .. - 1 itZSrlVEt " - r IteMT Ohio. 1 , . . ; !. Poultry houses should be keDt warm, to ret Dlentv of een from vour locus. . m.ll . Aaiaupyour town as tliouirti von i . ,- - . . . , , . - . """' owner ana nem 11 lor sale. -XotsvithsUoilintr Otn isnt- riagfe license Jn fJemancf a ubuiu iri(.T3S. Young folks should form the habit of reading useful books, it affords pleasure and knowledge. Education is worth more than gold, and with health and a sound mind, is a fortune in itself.-'- ' I Bronze' trirkets it Vsnti)ose3 ae- scend from the wild stock which are wmesucatea ana crossed n...;i. .. l.. i .v.. rv-i . jSirteL lnd ara Ju-llinor m una itallar . ' - -. rper aozen. ' ' .- '..rj :: it is saia tnat a tamine is reared in Alabama through want of money and lwuu -Jones says when be buys his wife v...ii 1 . . on each side of his face is the trouble, man that will habitually wear aa panes in nis ooots nasn't a superllu no amount of pride or be has a super- """"" u",uo numcsa swut nuu. Slinks in David's time were a death dealing instrument to the enemy, but .these degenerate; liateev the. ; rings aeatn to mend and not to foe. ; ' '' J V . 1.-' -' v When you see a man loafing around with his hands in his Dockets, vou mav !fi!l,y,!f1I?l.that he has,1't "y'ng IlS,1" bave no particular mission in life.. He seem 9 to thinir he is put hi this world: just "fill up." Miss Godfrey, of Benninffton. Vt.. under arrest for. dragging her father BU,ln 'oei loremost, oecause ne P086" ber "ancing round dances. 1 he prospects for an "ice crop" this winter are as yet by. no means flatter ing, isot wno can tell what a day may bring forth?.' .! ; .1 .- t -Hon. Caleb Cushine has been noml- ior uoier wasace or the united States. It is not known whether he will confirmed by the Senate br not. Detective Nelson thought he had it sore one day last week, but on opening box, lo, and behold 1 bo found out mistake.- He declares some boys in town neeu auuing. . The members of the Presbyterian Choir are preparing to give a series of concerts shortly. The Choir has been filled up and now consists of eighteen members. A student who had been afflicted with a sermon an hour and a half long, grumuiingiy says tnat tnesepratesaors study so much about eternity that they nave no conception or time. The Cleveland & Pittsburgh Rail road Company are putting finely veny tilated steamboat decked passeneer can their road, to increase the comfort oil travelers., ; ; : t' . t : . , f ; ?r . r , -rAt receat sitting of thef Grand Jury' in Jefferson county, four young were indicted for unlawfully raid ing upon the premises of a farmer, and taking hickoiy nuts from the trees. The being had, the youths were found guilty. Mr. Jtdfjst does business in Cleve land. There is one advantage about Mr. Jtdfjst 's name,-you -couldn't forge it with anything short of a photograph camera. The, members of the Methodist Churches m the world number a little 3,000,000; ministers, 18,000; local preacnes, os,uuu. Sunday school schol- 3,000,000. We are obliged to many of our sub- scribers for a renewal of their subscrip- tion, but we would be pleased to place ourselves under obligation to the many more who have not yet called upon us. f. -; - - The Baltimore ft Ohio Railroad has reduced the fare from Columbus to Bal- timore and Washington to ten dollars, ia aone in vie of the financial situation. An exchange tells of a friend who determined to turn ever a ne feat economize by smoking five cigars instead of ten. He thinks by that re clear form he will soon be able to have his boy's boots half soled. -eu you see a young man sport- Jou may-pretty correctly infer T r else hk girl Wea high Tuff' Many of our neighboring towns are offering free sites to manufacturing companies, is not tnis an example the capitalists and property hold- of our town might follow to ex ample? "Confidence is all that is wanted," are told, "to make money matters easy again, and greenbacks plenty." Now we have all the confidence in the in our subscribers and yet green backs are to bur exhausted pocket book, "the baseless fabric of a dream." It will be gratifying to some of our readers to learn that the days are length does f"'nfnu0 ttt tbe bontone mir, i in every twenty-lour hours. We hope no oue will get up a corner on and stop the advance in tbe quan is: of daylight. ,. ... s co ' t at on of or ' are to the , the ' T.. . T . "' P"E80NAL.-Prof. J. M. Kiefferwas town days last week. He has closed a very successful Musical In-' stltute in Sandusky, O. The closing concertis aaidto have been exceeding, VS"- We were glad to see the genial coun- tenance of our friend C. M. Yoeum Esq., of Wooster on Monday. He was, town attending the opening-of Court,' M. C. Roach, Eii of Orrville,- Ohio 5 Inade us a short call while in town on' He reports all right in that Monday town.' A P'P-Arms, Civil Engineer, is again onr mid?t. attending to the work ol getting up an Atlas of Holmes county, is meeting with very good success - - s ' all can of : , . t BALLorrs MAGAZrNB. Tha January number or this magazine has been received a remarkable good magazine it is, when consider tnat it contains 100 page of read matter tor only $1 60 a year. Thomas & Talbot, Boston, Mass. ' ' "GO DEI." for Jannarv. i. hrim.rn .r .1 tbinn. It hralwava a weieomn nlt in family in which it ia known. L Cider, Phil- adelphia, Pa. ssayear. THB ajmr; for Jannarr, U a most ex- ,iellt namber of that excellent masaaine. Is a perfect treasnry of aood things! Such extanaive variety of tha best of everything;, ssavenr. 8htid..iQ. ,..T . . in tha a Lost. A note, calling for $25,00 giv en by Mr. R. T. Critchfield, was lost by me, between Mt. Vernon and Millers burg, en Thursday last. .The finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving it with, or sending it to, me at Millers burg, Ohio. Robt. Conn. 21w2. ': : Land for Sale. J. W. Hadley offers for sale several farms from forty to one hundred acres each. Four or five con venient bouses and lots also for sale. Enquire of Hadley at Millersburg, O. 20w4 Overcoats -for $10,00, worth 18 ,00: Overcoats for $4,00, at Leo Bird's. 17tf Cameo pictures at Hall's Gallery." 18tf ..... i-Hall the people's Photographer, tf For Sale or Rent. The undersigned has two houses and lots for sale or rent. For further par ticulars inquire of T. J. Everett. 15tf . Bran for Sale. Ten tons of good Bran for fAle as cheap, as can be bought anyw'aere, at Millersburg Mills, ti. r ehrenbach. 13tf i Ferrotype pictures at Hall's Gallery. ' Nicest assortment of Cakes A Can dies at- Lang's. 3tf ' Go to Maxwells' if you want youi dollars to spin out the farthest. oil Reward of Merit. The following strong certificate as to the curative virtues of Miss Sawyer's salve, we clip from the Patten Voice: "We are happy to 1'iy before our readers the following cure, effected by the use 01 Jliss sawyer's salve. Mr. bilas Bryant of Sherman, has been afflicted for years with what the doctors pronounced a scrofulous cancer. lie consulted the most sKinmi pnysi dans in vain,- and was finally induced to try Miss Swyer's Salve and now af ter using the forth box, he is entirely cured, and enjoys perfect health, tf I Lang keeps the best flour in town j J . 3tf . Len Bird is selling out. 17tf i Tobacco of all brands at Lang's. 3tf ' Coffee Saloon and Restaurant. ! All who desire refreshments gotten up in good style, will be pleased to know that such can be had by calling at the Coffee Saloon and restaurant ol the Glass Bros, opposite the Post Office Millersburg, O. Warm Meals at all hours of the day. Ctf -Everything in the furnishing goods line sold at greatly reduced prices at Maxwells . .. otr ; For Sjda, Pic nic. Lemon, Suga Cream Crackers go to Jing s he al ways has a fresh supply at Wholesale ft itetati. Jtr A Fine Picture. If you want a fine picture already framed, subscribe lor the illustrated 'Peoples Monthly," pictorial paper for the fireside. Pictures delivered from four to ten days after subscribing. The paper and pictures can bo seen at the fost Uluee. 11. al. Cunxinghav, tf Agent. -Latest styles of hats and caps just received, at Maxwells'. Call and see them. - 5tf Good hats 75 cents, at Bird's. 13tf Len Bird Is selling loads of Clotti ng. - We see bundles going out every aay. : . . utr. Peanuts 10 cts. per quart at Weston Huston's. iotr t- 'f' Kew Furniture. The firm of Messrs. Taylor & Sharp, Has been doing a good trade in the r ur- niture business. Une or the firm is now away buying a new stock, and in a few days they will have their store rooms packed with new styles. To those who need new furniture, we would say, go Taylor & Sharp, and examine their stock. Their new goods will be on in a few days, when our citizens" will have a 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. Len. Bird has a splendid stock of goods. - I7tt Finest file cent Cigar In town at Lang's. , 3tf. Suits made to order on short notice, Len Bird's. 17tt H Stationery. up To all who are in need of paper, en velopes, Ac., plain or fancy, we would state, that we have a good assortment hands, aud are fitting up the room back of the Post Office, where samples our stock can be seen. The best brands of Cap, Legal Cap, Fools Cap; Note Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads' Note and Letter Paper, always on hands Envelopes of all styles and colors. Our paper and envelopes are of the best quality, and will be sold at the very lowest figures. Persons wishing to have their cards printed on their envelopes, letter heads, can have it done at lit tle expense. . Please remember that all kinds of Stationery can be had at wholesale or retail. . it ( -rDon't spend a dollar for Clothing until yon have called at Maxwells'. They sell the cheapest. 5tf For the best Syrup & N. O. Molas ses go to Lang's. 3tf Panic Price for the Next 80 Days. We are now closing out for cash only. Our stock of Clothing and Gents' Fur nishing Goods, from 7)4 to 13 cent, less than this season's prices, and we the only house in town offering such great inducements, therefore, it is your interest to call on us before buying elsewhere, for any goods you need in our line during the next 30 days, before our splendid assortment is broken, at the United States Clothing Store, of Isaac Marx, two doors west of Court House. 13tf W Good suits for $10.00, worth 15.00; coats $3,50, worth (5,00, at Len Bird's. 17tf i 1 ? i i , We furnish Envelops with a Busi ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as blank envelopes can be purchased elsewhere. - - -D Boys' Bird's. goods very cheap at Len 17tf Mas. Cook & Miss LibbteWolgavot, 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 derware, neck ties, zephyrs, patterns of kinds, embroidery, &c.,&c. Stamp ing done to order. Everything usually kept in a Millinery and variety store, be found there. Call and see them. Over Wholf, Tidball & Co's store. 19yl Shadow pictures at Hall's Gallery. 18tf Hall the people's Photographer, tf Goto Lang's Bakery for all kinds good Groceries & Provisions 3tf Latest styles of fall and winter Clothing just received at Maxwell's, which will be sold cheap for cash. Ctf Somebody with a turn for statis tics has computed that a man of av erage loquacity talks three hours a day, at the rate of one hundred words a minute, or enough in one hour to fill twenty-nine octavo pag es, in one week six hundred pages, one year fifty-two volumes. Now how about the talking capacity of a women of "average loquacity ?" LITTEIX'S LIVING AGE. The highest critical authorities pronounce the Living Agt -best af all the Eclectics, presenting, as it does, what is essential to American readers In groat aud iudisuensaulsliterature. SS a year. I.ittell t liny, Boston, Masv PUBLICATIONS. THE ALDiN'E. Erery cultivated Asaeri can should feel proud of such a superb aation- al publication as the Aid inc. The first nam- er for the new year, January, opens with such brilliant promise, we shall be astonished at no achievement which may be accomplish ed hereafter. SSayeaE.Jas.SattoaACo.lf. THE REPUBLIC Tail magazine is now fixed fact. Enjoying peculiar advantages as to situation, having at hand all necessary data and being conducted with great judgment, toe Republic cannot fall of attaining tne summit of journalistic reputation, si a year. KepaD- lie Publishing Co, Washington, D. C ECLECTIC MAGAZINE. This magazine should be in the hands of every man mho would keep np with the intellectual progress of tbe time. No magazine is more instructive than te Eclectic. E. R. Pelum, MS Fulton St. Xewiork. ssayear. WOOD'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZIXK.-Thi maf azine is improving constantly, and splendidly adapted to the members of the household, tl a year; with enromo si su. Ad dress Wood's Household Magazine, Kewburgh, XewTork. .THE PHEEKOLOGICAL JOURNAL opens tbe Tear 184 with a most creditable number. The features which make up its table of eon. tenia are of an unusually inviting character. U a year. Now is the time to subscribe. 8. B. Wells, SM Broadway, New York. SCIENCE OP HEALTH. This is aa bide. pendent journal, not the organ of any person or institution, but an earnest teacher of the Laws of Life and Health, which fndades ail that relates to (he art of Recovering and Pre serving Health, ft a year. 8. B. Wells, 989 Broadway, New York. PETERSON'S MAGAZINE for January is magnificent number. It is both the cheapest and the best. The steel engraving is one of the most beautiful we ever saw. IS a year great reductions to clubs. Chas. J. Peterson, 9UC Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. OLD AND NEW begins its ninth volume with a strong and spirited number, well Illus trating the double field, which is the peculiar ity of this magazine, Literature and Socio logical Improvement, fa a year. Roberts Brothers, Boston, Mass. 1874. 1874. A Paper for the People. - - T H I - ' ' PitM Daily DisiatcL One of tbe Largest. LiTeMest and Best News paper ia tne united states. Every One Should Subscribe for It Tnosefonr readers who' desire a good city Dally should, by all means, subscribe for the PITTSBUBG DI8PATCH, a Large. Live. In dependent Paper, always foremost in obtain ing and Tarnishing the Latest News, and, be- yond question, one of the most readable, reli able and entertaining Daily journals publish ed in the United States. The DISPATCH, which, by the way, has just donned a new dress, is a large thirty-six column paper: gives the latest) news by mail and Telegraph from all quarters of the Globe, embracing the fullest and most reliable Commercial ana Fi nancial Reports, home and forein: full and Oil lieporu ! daily reports of current events in the city, includi ng Court News, Police Re ports, and Genera lCitv Intelligence: Persona Political, and Society News, with carefully di- frested Editorial. Comments on the topics of aay; special iorresponuence irora various uuiuu vi lutoicati uriKiiuu rt:,rv um. au. whether for the merchant, the Manufacturer. tite rro sessional man, tne f armer or tne fami ly. The DISPATCH will be found a most.Tal li able and reliable journal and a9 such we can cheerfully commend it to our readers, Jtsreg- niar aauy ecu. on exceetu i4,uuu. ana cne ae mand for the paper is now greater than ever before. Terms Br Hail to single subscribers. S8.00 per annum; inciuDs or iu srvu. vervea by agents or carriers to single subscribers at IS cents per week. THE WEEKLT DISPATCH. One of the Choicest, Cheapest and Best Family Everybody Should Read it The Pittsburg Weekly Dispatch, like the Daily, is printed from clear new type, and is one of the choicest, as well as one of the cheap est Family papers published. It is a large fo sheet, containing thirty-six columns of matter, embracing all the more important news of the week, carefully collated and con densed and omiting nothing essential to a gen- eia knowledge of everything of interest trans piring througtout the country. Indeed, as a newspaper, it is not surpassed by any similar publication in America ; while the care with which its selections are made and their great variety render it a most desirable journal for the family a journal replete with interesting reading, and one that cannot fail to please. TheCommercial and Financial Be port of the Weekly Dispatch are made np with great care and are always full and reliable, while to its Cattle and Stee reports equal care is given. The Weekly dispatch is furnished to single sub scribers at $1 60 a rear, or in clubs of ten at to, with a paper grati8 to the party fretting the club. It is the cheapest paper in Amer ica, its size and the amount of reading matter jrive cuiLiuerou, anu every iamuy snouia uns it. Address Publishers Daily and iij saiiva nmai; sviiuatuu. Fifth avenue, Pittsburg, Pa, Millersburg Market. January 14, 1873. FLOUR. SI bbl. Retail. WHEAT, White a bush WHEAT. Red. W bush? CORN, per bush - BARLEY. " . . OATS, bnsh. - . . CLOVER SEED, bash TIMOTHY SEED, " - LAX SEED, WHITE BEANS, " POTATOES, " HAY, ! ton, -EGGS, V dot, BUTTER, (in roll) lb. CHEESE, " V ljA.lt IJ, . . HAMS. . SHOULDERS, In, - lAiAjn. DRIED APPT.F.S 1K DRIED PEACHES, S lfiL PARED PEACHES. " -RAGS, lb. FEATHERS. lh- 3ALT, 9 but retail, - .111 I WOOD. Mr con!. - CHESTNUTS, per bush. uu.n,ajiiAurs per bush. 800 - - 1 H . - - 145 50 - - - 60 ... . Cal00 - 40 6 00 - a,eo - - i so 1 60 1 00 - - 100 . - -: - . X$ 95 90 .. 0 . 10 1 6 It S . - s S M4 00 3 00 Cleveland Money Market. Cleveland Money Market. CLEVELAND, Jan. 13, 1873. The followinr are the rlrwintr nttM of Sneeb. and Government Securities in this market: Rnrin. Gold in Silver large lot Silver small ina Sixes of 1881, ex. coupons in Five-Twenties (ltftt) lis Five-Twenties (188&) old 116 Five-Twenties (1U65-. coupon 115 Five-Twenties (1887) coupons 116.S4 Five-Twenties nflaffl amuimii 11H Ten-Forties ex. coupons 118f Selling, 104 118 114i 111 llX llli 117 116V U4Ai in Cleveland Market. CLEVELAND, Jan. 13, 1873. FLoua White XXX It 5 wniteii 8 60 Ttfri anri A mW ' a m Rva Floi r BtSaoflO 1 &S 1 45 1 49 66c 4c lie 8c So 17c tSaSSc IXalte taatSe c Wheat White Red Anitir . - Conn " ' OTS SaoKiD Miats Hams." Shoulders " Bacon . " llrlAJ TlMtf BCTTXR CBKKSB 1 ItGOS ARD dried Apples Oad) DRIEO PEACHM Pnplml iAul Potatoes per bu 1.00 Pittsburg Market. PITTSBURG, Jan. 12, 1873. Wheat White. Red ' Amber Corn Oats RVE floor White XXX . White XX..."? ' Red and Amlier Smoked Heats Hams , " Shoulders BUTTEE KOOB CHErSE ABD Dried Pkaches Peeled dried Apples otatoes per bbl ' It 70 1 60 1 65 79c 59o 5c 8 50 8 50 7 75 18c Do 10c RaSOo 97a9ic 14al5c So 14al6o aex 4 50a5 Ou New York Market. New York Market. NEW YORK, Jan. 12, 1873. Wheat White ri 6t " Rod i 48 Flour Choice 5 ooa7 50 " Superfine Western 5 GOaS 00 Corn 75,. 57c "VR esc V00 tR60 Butter Ida Lard cheese maiic SPECIAL NOTICES. To Consumptives The advertiser, having been permant! v ear ed of that dread disease, Consumption, by a simple remedy, is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the mean of cure. To all who may desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used, (free ol eharge,)witb the di rections for' preparing and using the same. which they will find a Sure Cure for Consm tion, Asthma, Bronchitis, && Parties wiabing the the prescription will please address, Bev. E. A. WILSON. 194 Pena Street Williamsbnrgh, New York . 19m. Errors of Youth. A gentleman who has suffered for years from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and ail the effects ol youthful indiscretion will for the sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who need it, the recipe and direction for mak ing the simple remedy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience can do so by addressing in uerfee eonfidenee. JOHN B. OGDEN, 6! Cedar St New York. 19m6. Chicago, Rock Island 4 Paoiflo R. R. The direct rente ibr Joliet. Worris. Ottawa Lasalle, Fern, Uenry, Macon, Peoria, GeaW seo, Afoline, Bock Island, Davenport. Musca tine. Washinaion,IowaCity.GrinneL Newton. Dcs Moines, Council Blufls and Omaha, with out change, where it joins with the Union Pa ciiic Railway for Denver, Bait IakeJity, Sac- ramentu. aau rnocitcu. ana ail do nib; want vu iuc rKiironnasa. innn icire txaiiy, VTKZ Omaha. Leavenworth a Atchi&on KxDns&.(ex cept Sundays), J0.UU A. M. rem Accommocauon, (except onndavs), 6JI0P Omaha and LeaTiswortk Xxnresa, (exceot Deoot corner Harrison and Sherman streeta Ticket oflice 33 West Madison street, Sherman alirUW. TbeChica.ro. Bock Island and Paei lie Rail. road ComDinT hare now ODend thir flnuth. Western Division between Leavenworth. At- vaiasvaa avuu vuivagu, CWUUVC.iag at JjCftVeD' worth with Kansas Pari tic. anil Micaonri P. ciflc Railroads, and at Atchison with Atchison Torek a k. Santa Fe. Central Brasrh ITaiinn Pa. cine, ana Accniso isewmum iiMiroaas, for mi puma in avansias, in man .1 err i lories, Colo rado and Xew Mexico. The Cotnnany have bnilt a foil complement of Pa race Uiawinr Boom and SleeDinc Care, which for external beauty and interior arrangements for the com fort, convenience and luxury of passengers are unequalled by any other cars of the kind in the world. Through tickets lor sale at all priaci- isj jfc 1 1 ts WsaVY UCatv vUlvCos HUGH Riddlx. General SnDerintendent. A. M. Smith. General Passeus-er Aront. CkU WIViUL ... .. Children Often Look Pale and Sick from no other cause than having worms in the ittoinacn. Brotm'i Vtrmifua Comttm will destroy Worms without injury to the child beina DerfectlT Whits., and free frtmalltwl. oriny or otner injurious mgreoienni usually umn in wunu prvparumns. tuuitns a. dkuw, rropnetors. No Pulton street Kew York. Sold by Druffffists and Chemists and dealers in ateaicine at cents a uox. 4&yi Thirty years' experience of an old nurse. Mr. Window Soothing Syrup it tJu prmcrip tion of one of tbe best Female Physicians and nurses in the L nited States, and has beea used for 80 years with erer-railtmr saletr and suc cess by million of smothers and children, from tne .eeuie mianc 01 one wees: oia to tne adult. It corrects acidity of the etoaiach, relieves wmu cwic, reiruiiwwBS um uoweis, ana Ktvol ret't. health and comfort to mother and child. We believe it to be the best aad emvest remedy in the world in all cases oTDvmntor and Diar- rkma ss VkiUron, Whether it arises from teeth ing or irom any otner cause. uii airections for usinr will accomDanv each bottle. None F;nuine nnless tbe fao-simileof CWRTIS EKKINS ison the outside wrapper. Sold by Household Panacea t Family Liniment is the best remedr in the world for the fbllow inaTcomDlaints. viz: Cramos in the Limbs and Stomach, Pain in the Stomach, Bowels or Side, Rheumatism in all its forms. Billions Colic, Neuralgia. Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Fresh Wounds, Burns, Sore Throat. Spinal Complaint Sprains and Braises, Chilis and Fever. For internal and external Use. Its operation is not onlv to relieve the na tions, but entirely removes the cause of the complaint. It penetrates and pervades the wnoie system, restoring neaitny action to au its parts, and quickening the blood. Tho Household Panacea is purely Vere table anu Aii-ueaiing. rreparea oy cukus s bkuyt, No. 215 Fulton Street, New:York. For sale by all Druggists. 47yl Look This Way ! A. SHEIMPLIN, who ia al ways selling Boots and Shoes Cheaper than the Cheapest, is prepared to sell goods down at Bottom Prices. He has purchased the inter est of his partner, and is bound to sell goods to suit all custom ers. Call and see him. He has also secured a good workman, who will do all kinds of Repairing and New Work. Orders promptly filled. Leather and Findings on hand at all times. Come and see. A. SHRIMPLIN. M illersbnrg, O., Jan . 1, 1874. 7 V-J GEORQE SCHNORR, Dealer in Family Groceries, PROVISIONS, He. Main Street, . . Millersburg, O. 2SOO ' Al YEAR r, i made wKh our splended Com bins tlotS ProsPectus. renresents bamnle nasresof bindinrof SO In tensely interesting and useful books, that sell every faniilv, Best thinr ever tried by can vassers. ACENTS WANTED, to make a permanent buiuess on tuee works in every county. Prospectus sent post-paid on receipt price, fl,S0. Forcirculars and liberal terms address JOHN . PUTTEE A CO-. Publiib- Philidelpbia, Pa. 19ml Coffins! Coffins ! AT OXFORD, O. L. .T. SHEPLAR, JJJ 0B aaad. at Oxford, Ohio, a Dae stock OSE - WOOD " COFFINS ! Common Coffins made to order. Keeps a FINE HEARSE, And will attend Funerals at any distance. Call at Marchant'i Rooms. Ifttfebl . . A.J. BUEfLAK. IftAOP1" da' -Affents wanted 1U UJ W-uUe very where. Particulars free A. BLAIK A CO., St. Louli, Mo yl IP YOU Want a cook, Want a clerk. Want a partner. Want a situation, " v.. Want a servaut girl, j Waut to sell a piano. Want to sell a carriage. Want to buy or sell a farm. Want a boarding place. Want to sell town property. Want to sell groceries or drugs. Want to sell household furniture. Want to sell drv roods or eirndU. Want te flud customers for anything. ADVERTISE IN . THI REPUBLICAN. Advertising will gain new customers. aaveniiinf win Keep oiu customers. AUTvrunuH jiwvrauy always PyBa Advertising makes success easy. Advertising begets conutlentie, Ad vert iH ing snows energy. Advertising shows pluck. Advertising means bis. Advertise or ' 'bust1 Ad vert I HO long, Advertise well, Advertise Mow. ed. and the $215,000 ! FDRNITURE AT COST ! To lave the expense of mov ing to our new ttore, ice have concluded to close out our pres ent stock of Furniture, amount ing to $215,000, at COST. This is the greatest opportunity ever ffered to the public to f urn ish their homes at a very low cost. This Furniture is first-class in every respect, heing the product of our own Factory. Hart & Malone, 103, 105 and 1C7 Water-st CLEVELAND. O, New Goods at Uhler McDowell's. 1814. THE 1874. Presbyterian Banner. . Oldest a Cheapest FAMILY PAPER ! EQUAL TOAJVY OTHER DOUBLE SHEET Only $2,00 per Annum. NEW SUBSCRIBERS. Three Months FOR NOTHING. The Newspaper for the Family, THB PBE8BTTERIAN BANNER was es tablished 181. has no superior amona rellxious journals, ana ks pnpusnea as a lower rate tnaa otner paper in tne canrcn. DEPARTMENTS. THI BANNER has eomnlete Reliaions. Lit- scnoot, samiiy ana uenenu news uepart snents. All snbjeets of livinc interest are discuss Special attention is Eiven to Kelfr tons and General News. .Our Foreian Correspondence is unequal ed bj journal In the Churcn. Anong our contributors are some of tbe best newspaper writers In this country. During the entire twelve months unusual at tractions will ne presented. Tht, tea Paper whlchbhould be In very Family. THE FARM. Durins- the ensuina Tear special attention be given to matters pertaining to the farm, to sueh news and reading as will Interest farmer. AGENTS WANTED. A rents wanted everywhere. Circulars con taining the terms for Agents will be sent noon application. SPECIMEN PAPERS. Persons wishing; to have tome copies of the BANNER as specimens, for their own infor mation, or to show others, are rea nested to send us their names and P. O. address, and we sena tne papers postage paid . Address abetters to PRESBYTERIAN BANNER, Third A venae, Pittsburgh, Pena. ltwi. North Pacific Call on or address LUTHER S. K1UFFMM, BROKER, 96 Fourth Avneue " Pittsburg' Pa. OcLMaS Of our an is Lang's Uotice. For Flour.'.Bread, Cakes, Pies, Ice Cream, Lemon ade, Coffee, Sugar, Tea, Rice, Canned Fruits, Can dies, Crackers, Fia;s, Nuts. Prunes, English! Currants, Corn Starch, S. C. Starch, Pearl Starch, Dried Peach' es, Dried Apples, Beans Hominy, Baking Powder, Cinder, Mustard, Cream Tartar, Raisins, Pepper, Spice, Soaps, Baskets, Brooms. Mop Sticks, Cin namon, Tobacco, Cigars, Stove Polish, Shoe Black ing, Candles, Carbon Oil, Fish, Salt, Lime, Wool Twine, Bed Cords, Bacon, flic, &c, ' -GO TO- Lang's Bakery, MAIN STREET, Millersburg, Ohio. VERT m 1 Important. wsw -a1 W- Jacobs I 3K Has just received a large stock lie of AMERICAN I SWISS I watches! i.nATn i uit rVsTricira V Asa wbj1 aWU 011l mi tyAOiWs te Gold and SHrer Charms in abnn- 5 dance. A large assortment of Studs, liuttons, fine q Gold and Silver Hings, X (Jnld Bracelets, fine $ Gold Jewelry in sets, jt Ac. J ; Charms, Silver Thimbles, Gold Fens, Spectacles, Nickel and Plated Ware, Ac. We ft continue to sell Elgin S and Waltham Watches at fae- S tory list $ prices. , Call and See onr stock of Goot-s, ft before purchasing elsewhere. su SS to 100 per cent . saved JL by so doing. We do as we wish to be v done by. AU goods war- Jc ranted. Z Repairing I Watches. Chronometers. Clocks. Jewelry, tc Kepaired on short notice. X ILook for the Big Watch $ w i r n n c Millersburg mm AND- PROVISION STORE! JOHN P. LARIMER MILLERSBURC, O., DEALEB IX FINE Family Groceries ! SUGARS, COFFEES, SYBUPS, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS OF ALL KINDS. Highest Price paid for Fars and Sheep Pelts, rotatoes, iseaas ana country rroanco Generally. Agent for the United States Tea Company uu GrKTZ'S Marble Works, MILLERSBURC, OHIO. A Nice Assortment of MomeiitsiToi-StoiiGs the best Italian and American Marble, al ways on nana, and at i& percent, leu taan tbesame can be bought of any trar alios; Agent. All Material Warranted JS'o. 1. Shop on Main Street, 1 door west of Uhler aicijowflirs. JOHN CETZ. READ. READ, READ. An tie. da tin a larre Fail Trade, we hare manufactured and now have readv for sale, aa unusually larce stock ef rich and plain Fur niture, of the latest and moot tub km able de sign!. Recent derangements in the money market indicate a large season, and in view of this probability, and with a (Wire to reduce stock before in Ten tory ing, we now offer as Inducement to buy a Ditcmtnt from 10 to 26 per cent According to the class of goods selected. TMi a rare opportunity to obtain twxl Furniture lorhnueh less than Its real value. lKn't bur a dollars worth of Furniture. Mirrors or Bedding until you see us. A. S. Her en don & Co., MAMMOTH Furniture Warerooms, 114 & lie Bank St., CLEVELAND, O. U A CO, st. Loais, Ha rl A for in try Ins, MISS SAWYER'S SALVE. if ALVSl TXERK yon bar a sari eosabfadas! seosMnc ssst XX healtnc propertisa, with Do daaawna UsriMV ient. A remedy at and for the ssaoy palssl ssWI acfaes, wounds and bruises to which flVshai Imst. s mora aaihr applied thaa saany otbsv i sever producing a bad cocci, but always reaevsag pain, however severe. Itia prepared by JfJet Sdtoytr, who has ased st a her own extensive treatment of the swe, Ibr jearly twenty years, with great snrrsse. Tbe priocipal diseases for which this salve Is rea smmeoded are. CMMImu, JESSUK. PiU. Scnkla, Old Ulctrt, Sail Shmm, Spriiu,Jhw, f ever Sort, Fetmu, Pimples, Jryafasias, Java Byes, Barber's Itch, Deufwees, Boils, Jclnf swal, Come, Situ of Insects, Cancers, TostAsxAe, Mew sent. Sore SippUe, Baldness, Sttollsm Britets. ttck. Scald Scad, Teething, Chapped BandZ Scalds, Cuts, Braises, Croup, Cracked Xsjss, no Sores on Children It never falls to em RbenmaOsBt tf tainxtlf polled. Hob it on well wtthlbe hand three Uasea day. In severaleeaea st hasrared palsied shake. For POse it has been discovered lo be a aoreress !dy. Persons that nave been afflicted tor yeas bavebeenretievedbyaMwsppHeetlone. fvrJrw Hvelas it works wondera. allavinc tbe h inl qaieung tbe patient. For Chapped Hands srodueca a core immediately. Let those with MsM Rheum obtain this Salve, and apply II tVeeiy.astd Okj wiU And It Invaluable. It la good ia esses of Scrofula and Tamore. Cancer, have been eared with it, The best Salve ever Invented for Steal I en. Breast and Sore Hippies. No way tajurkme, has are to afford relief. Sore or Weai leee Rob it jtk the lids gently, once or twice a day. Cinsaileaf seas by putting la tbe eara on a pieee of s Por Felons this Is euoerior to anythlae; known. For Pimples tbda acta' like a cbaras. Far Barns sod Scalds, apply tbe Salve at ones sad ftt given immediate relief. For Old Sores, apply ones a tar. Not among the Iran of the Invaluable prapenla, of Miaa SAvnrca's salve are ha benencial Issiiss on the hair. Rubbed on the sealp. In nve er SU different parta, it promotes the growth of the user. Srevents It turning gray, aad on bald spots st are sees a new growth of hair. No lady Term is bat witbont tbia invaluable article aa aa InrtiepensahSB eosmetie lor tbe toilet. Il sisilli MesilsniliiisTsad disease from tbe head, and blotches aad una Bias from the face. from Mrs. ELIZABETH COOMBS, i Brunswick, April , WT. ICibsSawteb: I received your letter last I net ing, and wsa very glad yoa ooocluded ts let ase lake your Salve. I think 1 can do well with si, and ft wiU be quite an aosuninodatiott to my hvjssisad. u he mud get alono wuhoat it- He men titad everything else and has never sound anythlag shad healed his leg as that Salve of yoara, and we have) both found It to be all, and esen more, them asm recommend it m e. We have had II la tbe issaUw five or six yean, and have need st for everythtng, and can truly eon me hats neeer found Us earned. I ase H for a weak back, and It acta nEsaeharas. Mr. Coombs baa had a fewer Sore en hi lea for thirty years, and womid ts a cripple to-day. iha mm a I muti, m your aaese. u www. and takes out the InHmaioa, prood had not found a remedy in your Sates. it healed, and takes out the InHaeunatioi flesh and swelHnsr. and does for baa all that i aaa. i can reeommena vt lor a gooa many mmemm that yoa have not, for I use It for everythtaf. X eonsirler at invaluable ia a family. Yours, He, ELIZABETH COOafM. TO TBS AmiCTMD. KyourDreawistloontof theSalve,andasgfisl to keep supplied, send sixty eeeas as directed m low, and receive a boa by return saaiL ! Pot up in largo Boxes at SO eonta eaeh ( nearly three lime, aa large ae tbe boxrepreseateet above). Prepared by MISS C. SA WTXB, sad put up by L. M. BOBBINS, WholaaaOet ttnd Retail Crns-sTlst, BocaUsutd, ataw A Trial Box sent free by mail on receipt of SSEty eenta, by L. M. ROBBIS8, gorkland. Me. THI3 VALUABLK SALTS IS SOLD T ALL DBALKlta IN MEDIdNaat Sfylia J. MTJIV-AUII'S LATE AERTVAL Panic Prices Bst PRINTS at 10 cenU per yd. Best Domestic Gineams, at l'2i cents per yd. Good Standard Dress Goods, at 25 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, one yd. wide, worth $1.50, at 90c to $1 per yd. Black Silks, worth from $2 to 92.50, ' at $1.50 and $2.25 per yd. All the New Colors of Waterproof, at 85 cents to $1.50 per yd. Boulevard Embossed Skirts, at $1.50 to $150. 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 than is sold Chicago at the Dollar Store. J. MULVANE, NoJ. Commercial Bleak. Hillersbaiw, Ohio. M.B.PETEKMA2J, General Ktb DisTiraiicB Agt MILLERSBURC O. AKES a specialty of the bos i ness af lasni ance: npraMtmunar tha follow in tr well. known Companies; , OF LIVIRPOOL. Cash Assets ilx.oOu.OOo. Royal Underwriter's ca&i. Fire Association fS4 "vms Connecticut! orrax- IIome( Sun I Richland Mutualj lH Western Mutual! Fanner's Ins. Co. SSJSS. ADDlleatloBt for Tasnraaee. la towa oroemsr- will receive prompt atteatioa. Office oa Main Street, Natloaal Baak Ball. Mil lersburg, O. lsarn M or couJMBi's, a. Cash Assets ESM,00O, OF CXEVU-AKIt, tx, L Cash Assets atJ.Ou).