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BY D. F. MCCARTHY. The rain, tbc rajin, the beautiful rain, Welcome, welcome, it comcth again; It comcth witU green to gladden the plain, The rain, tbc rain, the beautiful rain, It fills the flowers to their tiniest vein. Till they rise from the od whereon they lain Ah, me! ah, me! like an .army idain. The rain, the rain, the leautifnl rain, Each drop is a tear not bel in rain, "Which the angels weep for the golden grain All trodden to death on the gtiry plain. For the rain, the rain, the beautiful rain. Will walen the golden -eeds again; Jiut, ah! what iovrer will revive the slain. Starkjying in death over fair Iorraine Twcre better far. O Want if ul rain. That you swelled the torrent and flooded main; And that Wilder, with all hi- -.-etra1 t Alone lay ramped on the irr plain. Forjtlien,Oraiii,0 beautiful rain. The snow-flag of peace were unfurled again AihI a trace would to rung in each loud frain Of the hlat replacing the ImgleS strain. Then welcome, welcome, beautiful raiu. Tlioubringot flower to theiiarrhed-uppUin-1 Oli! for many a frenzied heart and brain. llrmg.peace and lore to the world again. na.to.niUicyc-tfinth:wilifliBcinc.l0f Farm and Household. HINTS ABOUT WORK. FarmBiIiedings. Animals will 1 , ,i - . . soon neeu sneuer, li ineyun i not already, and should be regularly stabled at night, as m winter. T ... , . -. . . l i" . ii t u"""' i nc.i n, uicmmin, mm i, timbers in contract with manure, or the liquids of the stable; re new those which are in any de gree weak. Tighten weather- board; patch roofs if leaky. See that all buildings around the Jiarn-vard have good eaves- iiougns ana, gutters, so tnat no n-n.n 41. n - ICrbllie Oaril-jam. . Boad Mexdixg at this season must be done with clean gravel and sand, otherwise the mended spots will be very soft, and will cut into ruts in fall and spring. Tliis material, with small, broken nwiicn ill UH1C JJULCS, IS lilt? UJ11V tit substance for mending roads, wiiere.it can be obtained. Make good, hard turnouts for water, on roads upon descending grades, distributing'.tlie roadwash upon meadows or pastures, if possible. and embankments should well looked to, and put in or- der for winter before cold weather sets in. proved! that though it is reallv cooler under ground than above, during most of the near. vpr. that if the wooden walls of ice- houses be properly constructed they will prove a better protec- tioil to the ice above ground than stone walls, with a lining of plank and non-conducting fill- ing oeiow grounu. jiesiues it decidedly cheaper to build above below the surface. The inannerot constructing the ice- house portion is applicable one used Pimply for keeping ice. j-iic jiuiuui mue uorne in mina simply these. 1. Perfect drainage. 2. Close, strong, jionconducting, double walls of plank on tne inside, having space be tween them not less than eight ;.. ,1 14.1- -i ..i nieheswide, and tins lined with somedrv, porous material, Hke saw-dust or snent J, :V TSe "vmr above the ice entirely avoiding drafts. A house 12x12 fert . -i " I. i . "JT 'VrilL size for a private family 10x10 - uc w (,. , Housi. He think it -oll tn a:.. r.. i. nnil,Pr t Pm . f . 5 fV and set them a few (say 3) feet 1p1ivi,- 1.p ,i i,.i :.:j.i " , .? ic4"' K' ip 1, V ,CT l, and soft ice, such as we had last winter, will not ln.t . l,m,.r.l, ti, ,; i,. """"o" Poultry perfect drainage can be secured, (VmonUl,l,nT( ..!. ...j. linn.. tl.c namanfn I. 1 J -.-.-.., ..muiicu uuui . 111) 111)011 the inside W. )T,a .... i...r"V., ?-v-.w.w ... .ix .i ucmiiu t !- hnni-. - I n--.-n4- -.-.. A- tuv wumuo utu vcmcHu tuiicrei. Outside nail hemlock boards nrn?ict !. cft.rl. o c lirVt -... have P..rtl, Pn,.,,-!, ti,;i- w7 -....,., ......i cci to raise, an earth bank. Light, warmth, cleanliness, and good feeding, w ll sppitvp cmmi. .. ""jv - IIilch Cows get little good in pastures, and should be out but a few hours daily, unless it is more imnnrfaii... tn cavo fnfi.ipr. than to have"milk. may have all Youxg Cattle .1 , . . . , ' - the range they desire ; but it is wen to leeu tiiem something dai- V, luois, torn, pumpkins, or a mess of ground feed; to get them in good condition before cold weather. Sheep. The rams are put with the ewes for March lambs. Fat- tenmg sneep should be pushed forward and ripened off rapidly, if they are not to he -wintered, Secure the stock for wintering in ns good condition as nossihle. hp- in r mnro nnrpfnl in Imva linnlf 1.. o ....... . .in. 111... 11. 11 sheen than to have fat. mies Swine w nn,T fast in October. grow anu laiten very Thp pnldwpqtli r'"u-.u J, ,e coidweatn- f t rr ", S charcoal and some' wo'odashes ft-r...i, ..!,. . -,,i"v-"lV jiiue water un- til they are fat; after that with- 1. if t ti iioia water altogether, except nai, ineycei in tiieirsenu linn d. J . A cookcu leeu, ioti,TK. uivc more or less j ..! , , . , jucai. iiuiiv .IaIlK, etc., 10 Hell) fowls through with their moult- iiennencs witu car- bolic soap whitewash, and pro- Vide dry SOU and allies fnr rlnst. ;..,..!,. . ...l i ingwhen wet, weather comes, as it probably will some time. Plougiiixo. Do all the fall ploughing possible. Even plow lor corn if tlie land is heavy or J weeuj-. TrawiKL K'ppt, f,.f.p r,.p, weeds nnrl st,Hh i V-i 1AU b,A SL(I1U V-V 1 sionally and the crop will pay you lorn. Weeds. No weeds that Jiavc ripened their seed should be thrown to hogs now. Give them sods etc., to work over. Cut weeds, when wet. with a scvtliCj h I had I the I ; and move them gently into or windrows away from dry or fences, and, when dry, them. Biennial weeds, which will blossom next year, mullens, thistles, teasels, and multitudes perennial ones, may be easily ueiecieu in me uij gia m up with a hoe or spade. n... w.r.vn ni- place as soon as the grain is hartl. ri.i 1,1 .... .n,m,ra the wind, and that no ears lie lhe around where thev will come mustr, or perhaps grow. Save no ears for seed which nol of medium size, fair, even. of the standard color, and l.orne at least two on the tolk. : ,,i ..... f. .-.lull., turn l i;aniciti. .uv,....- emits, field mice, and crows keep as boarders. 1 Potatoes. A dry, warm spell will start potatoes growing, espec- lallv early sorts. All snouiu lujr at once. "Wc prefer to place them on the barn lloor. or some dry out-building, where thev will "sweat" before bring- ing them into the cellar. When this cannot be done, place them in small piles m tne neiu, cover with straw or hay for a davs. "When the whole heap the bins or the cellar becomes mmct fr-in. til.- vnntlll Whl-.ll .., 0 issure to take place without these precautios, rot is very likely ,,.,.. t ,r,n;,y,r invi .-uiivi i I.HI-. -- the potatoes upon tne sunace anl exposed to tliesun long enough to become dry. men go through and pick up only those of marketable size, larger than a liens egg. Alterwards I 1. ... jT . . i ?... picKupine resi, nor. missing if vou can help it. A potato nc (iil1PPf ;a ,rnrth snmptliimr ifleffcm the mxm jt may 1 w ' - HOW TO JiEEP UABBAGES &CC- LcTIlrv-i.0rtr fnrmor nnrl Ln,i nn,nn trim W L-t-i, ;s .ai.i,Trp: i.t v- few a're successful in keeping i,-m -.;t ti,p- si.m,M ke allowed to stand until just I hAiniiA AvfamA rriri woaf setg ... Before it freezes UDj d; f.i, r, w .;,i0 nni ton U.o1 ji,no nA .i,Q ,ir i ti, i,,c ti.,: i,'m-,,i-oWn ped off-all the decayed leaves- jieads down but declining slight- V,' and cover with earth as com- ti,. cc;ii Wn. nnir i ' a Ul IIIC 1UU13 CAUU3CU Aftpr Ln'rtn hn fi-non snmowl.nt . .ftvor tlm wlmlo ritli liffor fn Itooti fct c n t ct,i if r.nc;i.to Pnttl.om nut firm, oml with .in hid w.int'il.ViPin' careful to close again the hole Lndp. Ynn will hp snrnrispd see how easily they may be kept. and how nicely they will come is out for use when green tilings are scarce. It is perhaps nnneces than sarv to add that uits for anv vegetables must be made upon to land wh ere the drainaire p.itlipr nntnmllv or nrtifiYinllv is nor. lect. How to Carve. Carving is a very desirable ac- tUlllllllMllllCllL 1U1 UU11I iilUlCS illlU A i n, i Ktlemen, and should be taught One can not learn it by tuition. sniall slice of theory. It is true n . n -n i ?at the?nc .style of serving ; the meat sliced is fast banishing the necessity of camng at the l? t x f I. ll i . l coinpiisiimentiorootniau esana table of the rich; but in middle re such elegancies are oftendo we hear persons say; "Oh excuse me. I can t can-e: I never nJ-,..!...,,....',., fi Y'Y- BBKe,?Piea onf soon finds himself embarrassed. tt 4i. i.:i jj.i-.-i e me wiut-ium iorK lies- , not practiced, a knowledge .i...i.i i, . r tti,"' "c " ..l""" i hoy's or girl's education. How ueratelv. He has learned that, ii: r . - i.siice oi ine urease oi ainrKevis J.-.- !. I. - uuiimtuuiiiiv ; iiihl ine wing is ffOOtt: tl,p ,1 i-;nt olc. tl,t .1. , i-guuuiKuguuii. Bill il isnot I A 1 jl . i n an easy iusk io separate tliem i -i t xi i n j. i i ..-. j uiui JiiV- HUU1U and I -.! 1 .1 .i j . U":V" -V w.-E0"101! ii'cj . -ic uu-a iiul- liuw uiai on the back lies a delicious mor- sel called the oyster, and the side f !.-.. i.i--tiT- - 'j .-.: -fU.a """" l"c J'"iare -uuaiucicu uuuus. J.I11.S lllllbL lie taught him. Ladies ought espe the ally to make carving a study; al lneir own nome tne tasK oiten devolves upon them, and thev should be able to perform it with lease, and not be forced to accent the aid f visitor. whn m ... 11C HKl KJl V101.U19. V11U WUU1U probably dread the operation The ratter should be Tilared near the carver that he has full control overit : if far nfF nr..!.. can prevent an ungraceful appear- ance A sharp knife is requisite and a thin, well tempered blade, In camng turkey, cut of the wing nearest to you first, then the leg and secondjoint ; then slice the breast until a rounded, ivory- shaped piece appears ; insert the Knile between that, and the hnnp I nnrl cPTinrofp tlmm ttiJo J i ..w,...... uivm , ill'., i r- iiic nicest wart of the hreast- r,p--t comes the "merry thought." Af- . 4i.:.t ,.fV lcl ", iuinii.ei me uiru a nine, , . . , "; -ll find the oyster, S you separate as you did the inner This side bone lies be- breast , ., Klde t.le nmV' and tI,e desired ! tunrcnl -on I r o l--i i.4l-. morsei can ue iaKen witnout sep arating ine none, rroceed the same way with the other side. 11 hp In i-!.- -iictnrl nnf l.n .1 dnnn.- Hip n-ini ..rnnn a.. I O 1 " " . ' I'l jiu n. ri. n.o.1 .ov-p -ill ,i;. .. fowl as easy as you can break an ess or cut a notafoe. He refrm, his scat, manrc-es his hnmls .! lnl,r-o .,,..;. :.Vii.. ; r v. n o miiouuuiy, aim is lieriCCl- ly at ease. There is no difficulty in the matter, it only requires knowledge and practice, and ,nese should be taught in the hunily, each child taking his or 1m. A - 1 1 i uiru. unicKens and par- tndSes are carved m the same ....... warm ana Home. Wc arc authorized bv Mr. Jell.!. - son Davis to say that the storv ro- ing tbc rounds of the European and American press statins that lie is engaged writing a novel is without the foundation of fact or intention. Louisville Courier-Journal. Fireside Department. A Woman's Influence. It is wonderful what cheeriness true womanly presence throws all over the honse. It radiates out rrom her smile likelHit from the vm (central sun. Most of the hours of which am lliinkinjr, were spent in my own room, with my books and nen. But. at the table, was cau.it eiioiish of the sparklin, on gladsomeness to last through the be- All the time a pleasantness seeied (o pervade the dwelling are winch was perceivable even amid ' -mot stiuW 'omeits--a pleantness that reminded one THel" .eiormeruays. vi.ena ,..ui..e. I and a wreath of loving sisters - , you ued to spread ha atmo pl.ere f le intent about the old home.-tead. I think my hostess had the mot sunnv disposition ever knew; and better still, she oe had the heavenly tact ol inspiring the same sunniness wherever she in moved. Xow and then, her clear musical laugh would dimise its ripples all throuch the house- now from the parlor, now from the porch, now from the hall, now ami lrom the J.ilelicn,-anU ueiore us lew rich reverberations the spleen in and the discontent, and' the frowns, and the blues, gathered I . Ii-ii....l v-t- ,111 onrl Mm I t h A 7V..-111. IHWIllH-C II I 'W , iSCs. Happv the man that has to one of these contagious laughs, oi,.... .... uici ILillll IVWiliciiiiiwui iiw Him way, flung from a happy allection- ate heart! And for two months it Kept me wondering and I am wondering yet if most of our unthinking sex approbate their wives as they I - -. t- - r one should. wayside, tn V. o. fees. as The Nobleman's Daughter. . a I ' - TTIk.cnroc troro ilrnivn frn.. l. , . , ",." 5n. '"s riches, his honors, and his friends. His daughter was the h'ol of his heart. Much had been expended in her education, and well did she repay, m her mtel- lectaal -endowments, the solici- i Ul IIG1 W1C1IIB. WUC highly accomplished, amiable m tn er disposition, and winning in her manners. They were all strangers to God. At length Miss attended a Methodist meet jng in London, was deeply awa Bndges kened and soon happily convert be ed' . Now shejdelighted in the service of the sanctuary and so- cial religious meetings. The J I tnp change was marked by her lond lather with painful solicitude. To see his lovely daughter thus infatuated was to him occasion of no deep grief, and he resolved to cor rect her erroneous notions on the so tn subject of the real pleasures and business of life. He placed at her disposal large sums of money, I ll0PinS s,ie would be induced to go into the fashions and extrava gances of others of her rank, and leave the religious meetings, but she lalthlulJJ' maintained her in tegrity. He took her on Ion mid frequent journeys and treated her in the most engaging manner in oreer to divert her mind from religion, but she still delighted in her Savior- After failing in many projects, which he fondlv anticipated would be clfectual in i I l sbduing the religious feelings of his daughter, he introduced her into company in such a manner that she must either join in the recreations of the party or give high oltence. Hope tilled the heart of the misguided father as he saw his snare about to entan gle her in its meshes. It had been arranged among his friends that several voung ladies should, on the approaching festive occasion, n i. i.i. piano.forte. The hour anived i fi. i.. o , l"c lJully assemuieu. oeverai had performed their parts to the Lreat delight of the mrtv who 0re-ib ueiignt oi me party, wno were ill hiffh snirits. Miss wfla of a "uv uaiieu on ior a song, and n i i i , " "e-U LKKU, 1i1jrU JU J10pe -f ..:(.,. 01 i.i j-i ' " ' ""'J- um wit. ueciiue, sue was disgraced. Should she comnlv .their trinmnli w.. I t' : tk: n , , i -Luis wut me uiuiuent io cao hot tntA ll.-4-l- i. II wuujl uv 1UI. If Alii liCJllCUL &K1I- , slie took her seat at thp inatrnmoiit -nn overitf k-s ' nnrl i, Sn'atdsin Z I pia ing and singing, 111 a sweet air the f0ii0,v:n wnrii.. i No room for mirth or trifling liere, Forwordlyhope.or v-ontly fenr, If life so soon gone: If no v. the J udge is at the door. And all mankind must stand before The inexorable throne. Xomatter which my thoughts emnlor, A moment's misery or joy. Bnt oh! -when both nhall end. Where shall I find my destined place. Shall I my everlasting daji. With fiends or angels siiend? She arose from her seat. The n whole company was subdued Not aword was spoken. Herfn. ther wept aloud. One by one they silently withdrew. Lord never rested till he became cnristian. lie lived an example ! cunsuan oenevoience-haAnng Siven to the various charitable enterprises at the time of his death nearly half a million of Joi J'ir- "This Why I Know It." , "How is your father getting alnnrr nnrf T t ti.0 ,i,.i 7 " "- S" ter ofa man tarmeily a oor ; !e, but whom, some months before, Iliad induced to sign the pledge. "lie is getting alone very well.' was iier reply. "lias lie kept his pledge?" :'Oh! yes,'' shejoyfully said. "Are you sure he has?'' "Yes, sir, I am (mite sure."' "How is it you arc so nositivo on mis: i asKed. "Why," said she, and her face was radiant with ioy. "he never nliuspsiiinlliprnm. . I , . "'V ncuillli ahvays l'lell,.v to eat, and he "evertakes off my shoes to pawn tllem fo!' drink now. This is why 1 ,;nfnv W-Temj). Jiamicr. V r. One of the captured French eagles carried into Ucrlin is decor ated with the Cross of the Legion of Honor. I his decoration is onlv iven to those French troons who have particularly distiiiLniishtMl themselves in 'the war by conquer ing standards, &c. In the whole French arniv onlv seven e.nrlnB lio. longing to the 'infantry, and one standard of the cavalry, are thus honorably decorated. j" a I I r 1 J. C. Cortus & Co HATS! HATS! AXD Men's Fnnpshine Store A I.AIJCE Afc-OHTJIEXT OK SUMMER AND FALL STYLES, COXsI'sTIXG OF Sill.; Fin; Plush, Cassimerc and Wool HATS! At pricei from 73 cents to 6 0n. A plcmHl Assortment of SILK & CLOTIL CAPS From 31) eents to 1 '. Bnrlock Diainoiid Shirts Plain and Fancy from 1 3) to pi on. BURCLAR-PROOF UMBRELLAS SometliinffXew and Goot. Al-o a ?ilemlil n;sortment of Cuffs, Collars, Bows & Ties, Handkerchiefs, Socks, Suspenders, &c We offer onr entire stoet of Panama, Leghorn, Straw and Buckeye Hats m.GP COSOD! We invite the liublic in c-eneral to c-i . e tK call and examine our stock. Wc make 1 1 AT and CAP TRADE a specialty anil can ronl to M.I.I LHKAl'l-Il than any one in thi iiuiiiii luiimr.. Beinember the place Corner of Jackson -lay si reel. J. C. CORBUS & CO. Aug.lSOT. ltf MillersTjurg Lime Kiln 1 MILE EAST OF TOWN, os Tiir. sr.vxwELi. farm. milE tinilersicnttl would resnectfnllr nn L nonnce to the liublic that ther have rou- Manny ra iinnu. at llicir Aim, a superior qual 3B.jfMte. XdLmc And are preparcil to fill all orders promptly. Im3 HECK EH Sl BURNET sojijsthijvg mswi The Family Bible! With Xotf3 and Instructions. Just published by the American Tract Society. .iij jaiuiij euuuni u-t e one. For sale at the Auff. 20, 1ST0. Im2 BOOK hTOP.a 'OUErFATHER'S HOUSE' 01!, The "Unwritten Word, Bi Daniel March, D. n., author of the popular ".Night Scenes." This master in thouKhtanil language shows us untold riches and beauties in the Great House, with its lllooming flowers Sinking birds Waving Palms. IColIIne Clouds, lie ..ntif.,1 .,,. .........,., .,.i,KlllJi,i rlrrs, iingniy oceans, Thnndering oices Illazinir heavens ami vast universe w ith countless beings In millions of ....nils " reaos ions in each the Unwritten onl. Unse-tinted paper, oniatc engravings, and superb binding. "Iticii and varied In thought." Cliaslp i'1'fl.v nn.l -.--a.i i stjle." "Correct, pure and elevating in its tenilaney." "Beautirulandgooil." ".Cllouse liold treasure." Commendations like the alwve ...... ,iicrniii-.onaiM -"residents, minis ters of all denominations, and the religious and secular press all over the country" Its freshness, purity of language, with clear, open tyiw, line steel engravings, suln. tantial bind ing, and low price, make it the liook for the Vf eekCS' gcnt!! Bre seIlinff from 50 to 150 per Wc want clergymen, school teachers, smart young men and ladies to introduce this work for us in every town-hip, and we will pav lih erally. o intelligent man or woman need be without a paying bn-.incs. Send for circular, full description and terms. Address ZIEfiLEK & JIcCURnv, 10 south Siith street, I'liiladelphia, Ta.; lai llace "t. "". ''," mnrue street, Ullcagrt, III Wlorth Sixth .street, Lonis, JIo.; irl(f5 Jlain street, Springfield, Mas. ' mi LUMBER & LOC BOOK. Schribner's Ready Reckoner The most full and complete hook pre. imlilt.li. e.l, for Ship ISuIliler.. lloat lluilders, Xumlier Jlerchants and Mechanics, being a correct . . J-""'inif, J.oani,, i-ianls, uu llical contents Of hauarn nn,l If.um.l l-.l.. Saw Loir. Wood. Ar .mnri..i in . ,.! ... .i-, nitii are auiieit i nines or wnn-e 'X "!e Jlonth, lloard or llent bv the I)as"or vex, interest ranics, Ac. -or sale at the Jlillcrsbiirir, Aug. 18, 1ST0. HOOK STORE. Im3 Julian's Interest Tatles ! TIIK HKST IX UhK. I1UOK STOKE. For sale at the Aug. 20, 1KU.-Iin DISSOLUTION. NOIICL is hereby gii en that the copartner shhi .heretofore ci.ting under the llrm name of .M.Miuup .V lini., in the Tin and Mine ' . " eiiiii.Mincii n.v mutual consent. .11. Mioup continues the liu.inc-s nt the old i r i absolutely nwes-ar.v that theaf- ......... ,,.. i,iii,wN-iur'iiipiinnieiiiatcl, tlierefnrc, all pernins indcbtwl to snldllrinin anv luiiliner. Mill til-iic. a........ r..-.-n., . ,i iMiuii .ii, Miuirr. sept. 15, 187(l.-Cn3 tv.M. MIOU1'. FliKlVOII'S MM & FEED STABLE, C'lnt Street, liiimeaiutely JTorth o ltc xioun Jlottsc. 3Cilloxal3U3. STf O. the ar- anil y .it. p. Mccormick, Peiles IX TTi-n a. T?.7"foi ael D -. JLXJ. T &UUVyL-.V-KJ 5 CLOCKS, JEWELRY, 1 SILVER W-VKE, jr. Musical Instruments, Spectacles, &c. Elgin Watches. Thei cuts renresent the two first-claS v, atcnes mane liv tne Aaiionai i aicu i.ompa nr. El?in. Illinois Full Plate Movement Kv innsion Italance. adjiisteil to heat anil cold run jeweled. I'atent centre nnion anu i.nsi Hand. We w ill keep all other grades of same Watches LOWEIl I'llAS LAJi 1SOUG11T in Holmes County. PHICE LIST : n. W. Itaymond, II. Z. Culver, II. II. Taylor, G. M. Wheeler, I-ady Elgin, $17 :rc 2S 2S si WALTHAM WATCHES We will sell, ami nil other good, fiist-cla American Watclie-. lower tlinii ran he hail the town or county. Fine COIN" MLVKIJ ami AC, tC. CLOCKS! Wc will sell (.locks MffF.n THAN- AjfY IIOITKK IV TI1WV. Tn- n. It. nr I., t.ii.t.l WC WiU.flJlt iMtmnld vm mum GWm. 2 KSM? Tea SeL.. Cat TljistL'tt.. 'Castors. TaMo .spoons, corks. Tea bpoon", ivory llandleii Knives, jet, plain and tipped, very beautiful, for a small amount of greenback.;. Child's Knife. Spoon and Fork, unt un in a nice, little tray.cheap. Call and take a peep at them. All jvmvrcsoiii ny m nave nice irrsnne(i with velvet. -VI 1 ; V SPECTACLES To suit all. ages of the finest gratles, mounted FINEaJKWKLV. alwavs on hnml. Soli plain gtiM ltinjr- Al-o, ilver Uini? in Kreat anety. t ine uoni vvn. Chains, t-iiarni",- &c. iMllli Violins of the finest finality, also, cheap ones. Accorileons. French, (Jennaii, c. Apentfor me cs iiaiiau 101m .-inne. in ine unr i. Come and secthcin. Trimminjrsrorthc Violin iiii .icconieon, anvnjs on nanit. iiisirumcnl repnireil loonier, Ac. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical - Instruments, &c. llepaired and Warranted on Short Xvticc. i:kik.miiki: tub I'Lack, IT. P. McCormick's Store. Main Street, yM illcr.iburif O. ,i; f. O the UK 00 oo 00 m in a J. VOOKIIE. JOHN F. IIUIWOX. VOORHES & HUDSON AT EZCELSIOH Still in the Fichl. WITH THE UE-T COAL & WOOD STOVES IN THE MARKET. IRON KING! XowStove, on new principle, patent flue that never choke, ah pan, Ac. Will be pleaded io give rcerci.ee. NEW "WORLD ! The largest wood cM.k stove made, and lw-t baker. In fact, have a large ami elect stock of ii k Parlor OF ALL MAKES AND CRADES. WE WAHUAXT ALL OITIl STOVES. Grate Fronts t"'"'' EmrMj Iron and Wood Pumps. Sherman's Clothes Wringers, Warranted the liest made. Kitchen Hardware. Tin and Copper Ware. Sheet Iron & Wooden Ware. Pocket & Table Cutlery, &c. Till Roofing" and Spouting, JOB WORK AND REPAIRING Done with neatness anil dispatch, and at prices as low as tne lowc.r. KEMEMIlEIt THE PLACE, EXCELSIOR STOVE STORE One Dior West of Etiire House. VOORHES & HUDSON, ltf Just the Place. YERGIK'S DRUG STORE, TO BUY "Wall Paper! It Greatly licdiicert J? vices. ALAltCE variety of (SILT l'Al'ER, at from 73centsto$JierlKIt. A full assortment of WINDOW ..HADE, which we arc selling as low as the lowest, (live us a call and exam, ineourstocfc lwfore puirhasin.rei.ewlicre. ii.., iiiHi a large anu complete SIOCK 01 Paints, Oils, Varnishes, -am anu arniMi iinisiics, warrantcil pure iius.i.. onsue; ami lutewash i!ruIie of mi lH'r'Or.'inality, which wc are .ellins VEHY Wc wtiuld also invite the attention of l'hvsi cian-., and tho public generally, to ourla'rgc DRUGS & CHEMICALS! Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, ct-c. Thankinonr friend's for their liberal patron age in the lat. wchniti. to merit n niif iniin.r. of the same, W. R. YERCIN. Millcrslmrfr, Sept. 2tf J. A. LEOPOLD, l.KALEU IX Groceries aM Provisions ! QUFFXSWAJiF, Canned Fruits & Vegetables THE BEST FLOUR ! M, COFFEES, SUGARS, lamps, C'avhon Oil, Ciyars, Tobaccos, Under, JCiis, and All Kinds Country J'rndi'cc. full assortment of FAMILY c.l.'orl'Pii- constantly kept on hand and sold at -rr cry low rate. nory wjsjuxc; jrjcjrx: The llcsl Washiuf; . I.n-hihe in u-e. li'iiit, .Tni's at. Cost. :iiKlish Double llarrel. I'alcnt llrcerh, Ileal 1 i-t SHOT GUNS, Wads, Tonder Flas--. Mint licit-, rum-lie. nter Ti-oof Can, and the l,i,.,lP i...t and Lead at ihe icry liMct cash prices. A Large Lot of Haslets. J. A. LEOPOLD. Millei-1.nl fr. O , Sep!., itrrii. sir w War! War! War LATEST WAR NEWS From France & Prussia. France Defeated A XD till later ami far more intereMin, J. new, for the people of Holme Count J. MI7LVASTE WII.I FOlt THE XJ3XT THIRTY DAYS, .SELL OFF UN EXTIUC STOC1C OF STAPLE AXD FjVNCY DRY GOODS Greatly Reduced Prices, Consisting ofa full assortment of Plain and Fancy Dress Goods. Brown tG BleaeJted Jfuslins. A FULL STOCK OF Clotlis k Fancy Cassimeres Blue, Black and Cassimeres, Brown Fancy, Plain and Plaid A FULL STOCK OF GROCERIES Q UFEXS WAUF. JJgjTIe sure ami call at No. 1, "Commercial Block," before purchasing elsewhere, ltf J. MULVANE. MASSILLON Agricultural WORKS. Agency for Wayne and Holmes Counties. JAMES BKOTHEBS, AGENT FOP. Reapers, Mowers, Threshing 3rachines, &c. TTE has opened a Warcronm at Freilericls- I'lirir. iuere inaciiinerr l.,i,i r. i,. aniluheiv all articles for repair will he re ceived. Tor warded to shon and retiimnl. lie is also a-cnt for the celebrated Clover Huller, -Manufacture;! at Iilaml anil Wooter, n well mi- hk :ii 1 1.. .nai it j-$ not Decenary Single & Combined Hullers uornoiuiK oc heoauutters, Feed Boilers. Plows, &c. Portahlr Steam Saw Mills and Steam IHntjines. The Ajrricultural Imolcments miinfrfiiril .. .uai on art imi snrii.issisi. ir iu.i.i sjii.iii,ii i,j nn, iiiiicresianiisiiincnl. J(tc5All Machinery ill he ohl at the ame , I, is ill III,' II,. lleiial-o nge.it forllic VICTOR GRAI1T DRILL! Mumit'acturiM at 3lntlelL Olii.v h-w L'rtiiii'il a nhliM-elelirit. It mius U'hiit njit. nls 'Vi-, with iial rt'gularitj. lie al- ha- 'Champion of Iowa" Broadcast Seed Sower! A new Patent. Hew ill Ik? found tit tlit.Uir.ii.i.v nt Vi-irn. i.'V.l(iirg, cery Nttunlay. Vlttls lu'edinir AirriiMiKTi-fil riliinfv Ml do well tocaltoit lum. CU and mv maeliine, or send for catalogue. Job u ". JAMES BROTHERS. ltf Aug. 1370. SOOTS & SHOES ! A. SHRIMPLIN'S OH HANDS AGAIN ! HE HAS CON'K EAST TO rmCUASE larsertockof i:wts Hioes ami Haiti man eer, A niters FOR FALL & WINTER WHICH HE WILL SELL AT PRICES lower Than Can be ItouyJit Flsetrhere. Men's Heavy Boots, S3.00 to S6.00 Men's Kip Boots, S4.00 to S6.0Q Men's Calf Boots, S4.Q0 to SIO.OO Boy's Boots, all Kinds, SI.BO to $4.00 Women's Balmorals, Calf, Coat and Kid. Women's Water - Proof Gaiters. Ladies' Lace Boots, Cheap and Cood, 75c. to S4.50 Children's Shoes, all Kinds, A large variety and decidedly cheap. Gum Hoots, Gum SJioes, Pullers, Sandals, All sies, and cheaper than ever. ALASKA'S & ARCTIC'S! Overshoes in Abundance. ALSO, A LARGE LOT OF PRIME Sole Leather ! SHOEMAKER'S FINDINGS, At Friers that Cannot he Heat. Call and See Mo, and I will Cive You a Cood Bargain. Thankful for past favors, 1 solicit a continu am- 1,1 me same. A. SHRIMPLIN. Aug.lST0.-ltf MiiiFiiSP, un a Machine Company (Successors to Farm, Wholf A Co.) JIAXUFACTUP.ER. OF REAPERS, MOWERS, S! SULKY HAYKAKES, (Geo. Deal's Patent.) FARRA, WHOLF & CO.'S -Piat .: -LCsn---C-. PLOWS! J. I-ong'ji Vatern, Xo. A and 3. rittlmrgli Iron, Xas. 4 and 7. rittlmrgh Centre, wood lvani, Xo. U Oneen of the iron nr stfHl tnniittf-f Koad l'lnw, with wrought-iron iar;hcar. ANI Corn Cultivators Imvijc Jroit Kettles. FAEM BELLS! ..nil a groat variety of rxox7- JOINTS. Work and llcpnirins: doxi: ox shout xotice. EjSSWV H mini' hut fill Vi r I-li,l Hint, rl niiiiiur.irturln;?. GIVE US A CALL ! puivli.-iilnir. a wo arc satl.ilnl wc can .i.i- in uiiimi niin iiiniuv in innicrinl. liOC-HT I.ONO, 1 I. -MAYKKX, I .1. rnuR.c, Director. I. Ml' .TANK. I O. A..MCI)IWI, J. MULVANE, ". W. KKNKltKW, Ct.rt, .uE.isra.-itr ami tho lo At w Watcb.es AXD Jewelry I Let earthquakes come, And thunders roll, And shake this earth From pole to pole; Let eagles to their acme soar, But don't forget to buy your Watches at Jacobs' store. WELTY JACOBS, DEALER IX Watches,Jewelry AND PLATED WARE! MILIFFSIiTJIlG, OHIO. IWIs.II to say to the public that I have lately received a laree selection of GOOD JEW ELRY AND WATCHES, which I now offer at a very small margin. I purchase my Watches from n house in New York that cannot bo un dersold, therefore, that enables me to SELL CHEAP. 1 site below a -PRICE IiIST : lmencnn ir.-7 Co, Wallhata, Sfass. Waltham mate Movements, Applcton, Tracy A Co., 1". h. liartlett, William Elle t-.no to .oo 31.00 to 70.00 lost) to aoju 13.00 to 16-0 e.atoia-5 rr. Home Watch Co. Xational Watch Co Elgin, Illinois. B. W. Ramnnd, Movements, II. Z. Culver, Movements II. II. Taylor, CJ. W. Wheeler, Mat.Latlin, J. T. Ryerson, Win. If. Ferry, Francis Ruhie, (Lady's size,) Lady Elgin, -5.00 3&-0 30.25 S1.T3 I9.au 1&.0 19.80 sun SMI) fiSy The above Movements have DasC Itands, Patent Ccntro Pinions, and war rantcil. Coin Silver Cases : Two Ounce, Three Ounce, Silver Joints, Three Ounce, Gold Jr.tnts, Four Ounce, fcllver Joints, Four Ounce, Gold Joints, Five Ounce, Gold Joints, .. Ounce, Gold Joints, $TJ0 and t a0 11.00 11.60 13-50 14.10 1&-5 33 GOLD CASES IK PROPORTION. REPAIRING! Neatly Executed at Very Low Figures. Rcmemlier the place, Main Street, Opposite the Empire House, -IlLLER8BTJRG, Ohio. Anjf, 1ST0. ltf For all Medicine. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, tho purposes of a XaxatiT9 Perhaps no one medi cine is eo universally required by every body as a cathartic, nor iras erer any be fore so universally adopted Into use, in every country and among' all classes, as this mild but efficient purgative -PiW. The obvious reason is, that it Is a more relia ble asd ta more ef fectual remedy than any other, nose who have tried it, know that it cured themr those who have not, know that it cures theirneightora and friends ; and all know that what it does once it does al ways that it never fail through aay ffcul t or ceg plect of its composition. We havs thousands upoa thousands of certificates of their remarkable cures of the following complaints, but such cures are known in every neighborhood, and we need not publish them. Adapted to all ages and conditions in all climates ; containing neither calomel nor any deleterious drug, they may be taken with safety by anybody. Their sugaicoating preserves theta erer fresh, and makes them pleasant to take, while being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any quantity. They operate by their powerful influence on the internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it into healthy action remove the obstructions of the stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs of the body, restoring their irregular action to liealth, and by correcting, wherever they exist, such de rangements as are the first origin of disease. .Minnte directions are given In the wrapper on the box, for the following complaints, which these Jills rapidly cure : For Dyspepsia or X -Mtigeetlon, Xlstleea nfM, Lanrnor and Xom of Appetite, they should be talen moderately to stimulate the stocr ach, and restore its healthy tone and action. For XJ vr Complaint and its various symp toms, -Billons -Uvwlac-he, Sick Head ache, Jaundice orGmi Slclcneee, BIS ions Colic and Jlillona -Fevers, they should be judiciously taken for each case, to correct the diseased action or remove the obstructions which cause it. For Dnentfrv or DlarrhoM. hnt cmn juuu uuc m generally r For -Rheumatism pifatlon of the Heart, Pain r required. m. Clout, Gravel, Pal la tn WrciJi- bv Dmrri.ts erorx where. Aide, Back and Xolns, they should be contLn nously taken, as required, to change the diseased action of the system., with such change those complaints disappear. For DroMr and -Drontlral Hwrlllr they should be taken in large and frequent doses to produce tne enect ora drastic purge. For Sapnressloa a larsre dose should be taken as it produces the desired effect by sym- As nDlnnrrPlU, take one or two JHUs to promote digestion and relieve the stomach. An occasional dose stimnlatea the utornach and bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite, and invigorates the system. Hence it is ohen ad vantajreous where no serious deranirement exists. One who feels tolerably well, often finds that a uose oi mese ntu mues mm ieei aecaaeoij wri ter, from their cleansing and renovating effect on the digestive apparatus. 2r.J. C-TEJtJb CO., Practical Chemists, xo rrzxx. jtass., tr. s. a k 6yi Jas. E. Wescott, MERCHANT TAILOR! AV." HK.VI.En IX Gents' FnniLCjiing Goods, Trt tllOc iti.Ini f ..! vit r?i ... i . Coo,t i:.nr-..ln. I umit.i tht r cintautlr on liaml everj- variety of EOO.K ami cry lal.t t U., w Iilch I male un at rates mt mrcliacrs. Sjl JAS. E. WESCOTT. JioiiArit goods: Switches, chignons, Curls, &c. A full ami fiuhtonaMc supply. the HOOK STOHP. ng. SO. ISW.-lmi Jlillcrs burp, O. BEST. FIRST-RATE CIGARS! FIVE AND TEN CENTS. noloaolo b Xlotrtil, An jr. at, Is.-J).-linS At the BOOK STORE- -IJta . 4 L-L-M S THE I1EST, Aug. a, IS-lm-J At the BOOK STOEE.