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THE SILENT LAND.
BY H. W LONGFELLOW. Into the Silent Land: Ah! who shall lead ns thither Cloud iu the evening sky more darkly gather. Ami shattered wrecks liethickcron the strand, "Who leads us ivith a gentle hand Thither, O, thither." Into the Silent Eand! To you, ye boundless regions Of all perfection?! Tender morning visions ( Of lieauteoussoius! The Future's pledge and hand! j "Who in'Life's battle firm doth stand i Shall bear HopeV tender blossoms Into the Silent Land. O Land! O'Land!- . 1 3 -For all the broken-hearted The mildest herald by our fate allotted Beckons, and with inverted torch doth stand To leadus with a gentle hand Into the laud of the great departed. Into the Silent Land- in ty in Farm and Household. TIMELY HINTS. DOGS SUCKING EGGS. Dogs are some in the way of egg-sucking. It is said that if a little hole he made in the egg and as much tartar emetic as can be placed on a dime piece be put into it, and then placed where the dog can get it, and the same be re peated three or four times with in a .couple of weeks, that the dog will ever after let eggs alone. a KEEPING WINTER APPLES. Many are tlie modes and prac tices of gathering and stowing apples for winter keeping, all agreeing, however, that for gath ering liand picking is best, and from the results of one of our most extensive apple growers, his practice is successful. lie picks his.fruit and lays it carefully about eight inches or a foot deep on a floor, either in the barn or a place constructed near the orchard, where it can be kept dry and free from any injury should the temperature run down to even ten or fifteen degrees be low freezing. Here it is kept un til early in December, when it is carefully assorted, packed in bar rels and slowed away on their sides in barrels and stored in a dry cellar. His Baldwins, Jona thans, fcc, thus come into market m Jlarcli and April as lresli ana good as when first gathered. OXfi LESSOX FKOJI THE DROUGHT. The drought has taught many a lesson to the cultivators of the earth, but one special lesson, and applicable now for next year's benefit, is that all early planted crops have been success ful, while many late plantings have been failures. To ensure the early planting it is necessary that the ground be in a good dry working condition soon after frost leaves it in the spring, and this can only he secured by plowing ui the fall. We like to plow as late in autumn as possible. But if one has much to plow he must hegin early. AVe consider plow ing of clay lands late into the middle of November and leav ing them rough as good as a light dressing of manure, especially if the plow is made to run deep, sav seven to nine inches. to All About Oysters. OYSTER SOUP. Put two quarts of oysters, liquor and all, in a pan, set them on the stove to heat, but don't let them boil or come veryuear to it; now drain all the liquor in to your soup-kettle and put in a pint of water and two quarts of new milk, half a pound of butter, I a little whole allspice and pepper: j Have the oysters all this time where they will keep warm, add them and salt to taste. Just as you are ready to serve the soup, break up some crackers fine and put into the soup before the oysters are put in. Salt should always be put in the last thing in any soup, stew or fricassee where milk is used or it is apt to curdle. Oysters should never be boiled but only scalded it makes them tough and shrinks theni all up. If thev are to be stewed, heat them hot but don't uoil them. Always have the soup and gravy hot. or OYSTER STEW. Put as many good oysters, with their liquor, as you think you will need into a pan on the stove to heat, but not boil Drain the juice off into a pan. As soon as it boils add halt a pound of butter and some pepper. "When this boils add a pint of cream and thicken a little with flour; after this boils up once, put in the oysters and more salt il necessary, berve hot. of so OYSTER TOAST. The same as the preceding, but no cream. Thicken the juice a little with Hour. hen the stew is ready, have a few slices of toast laid m a dish well buttered, and pour the oysters in it. It is best to heat the dish hot that you put your oysters in to send to the table, as they are so much better hot than warm. I in of OYSTER STEW WITHOUT CREAM. Make in all respects the same as with cream, only substituting half a pint of water for the cream. Many persons prefer oysters stew ed m tins way. OYSTER FRITTERS. Make a batter of milk, flour, eggs, cream-oi-tartar, saleratus salt m proper proportion. Don't make any thicker than for pan cakes. Drop an oyster into each spoon of batter as you dip it out ana try m hot lard, iirown well on both sides. ly OYSTER FRIED. Drain the oysters well : roll in fine-rolled cracker and frv in hot lard and butter, two-thirds lard and one-third butler. OYSTER PIE. Line a deep basin with pufl- paste; loia a large towel and place inside to support the lid, men roll and ornament a piece of paste, the same as for a com mon pie ; put on the basin and bake slowly. Have an oyster stew made as above, without cream, and fill the basin as soon as the paste is done. Serve im mediately. Jui Fireside Department. Giving and its Returns. Giving conscientiously and from a desire to honor God does not impoverish the giver. He who has all resources at his dis posal will bestow upon every faitliful steward all the abund ance of earthly good which that steward can wisely use. It was reference to worldly prosperi that God said to his people, "Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse,that there may be meat mv house, and prove me now herewith, if I will not open you the windows ot heaven and pour you out a blessing that there shall not be room to receive it." Such is the divine bounty, and God fills both home and heart with good. Christian 'Sfersta- Do Good. Thou:.ands of men breathe, move and live pass oil the Magei of life are heard of no more, j Why i They do not a particle of good in the world; none was blessed 1)3 them as the instru-! ment of their redemption. Not word they spoke could be re called, and so they perished ; their light went out in darkness, and j they were not remembered more j than the insects of yesterday.' Will you thus live and die. O man immortal? Live for something. Do good, and leave behind you a monument of virtue that the storm of time can never destroy. Write your name in kindness, and love.and mercy on the hearts of thousands you may come in contact with year by year. You will never be forgotten. No ! your name, your deeds, will be as legible on the hearts you leave behind as the stars on the brow of the evening. Good deeds will shine as the stars of heaven. Dr. Otalmers. The Great Rule of Conduct. The rule of conduct followed by Lord Erskine a man of sterling independence of principle and scrupulous adherence to truth is worthy of being engraven on every young man's hejirt. "It was a first command and counsel of my earliest youth," he said' "always to do what my conscience told me to be a duly, and to leave the consequence to God. I shall carry with me the memory, and, I trust, the prac tice of this parental lesson to the grave. I have hitherto followed it, and I have no reason to com plain that my obedience fo it has been a temporal sacrifice. I have found it, on the contrary, the road to prosperity and wealth, and I shall point out the same path to mv children lor their pu. suit" And there can bo no doubt, after all, that the only sale rule ol conduct is to follow implicitly the guidance of an enlightened conscience. Christian Heroism. It is nearh' Iwo generations since a boat's crew left their ship reach the Hervey Islands. One of the passengers upon that boat desired to land but the boat s crew feared to do so, as the can nibals were gathered togetheron the shore; but holding up the Bible in his hand, he said, "Live die, put me ashore." They would not go near the land ; he plunged into the surf, and held high the book. He reached the land. The cannibals did not kill him, but he won their favor and lived among them and for aught I know he died amoug them. Thirty years afterward another ship reached the same Hervey Islands, bringing literally a car go of Bibles, They were all wanted, and were taken with the greatest eagerness and paid for these people. This was the result ot the labors of that heroic young man, who said, "Live - or die, put me ashore." I was preaching to my people some time ago on behalf of the Bible Society ; I mentioned this circum stance in illustration of the fact that it is not so long, after all, between the sowing and the reaping. When I came down from the pulpit, and was stand ing m the middle aisle, there came up to me a tell, manly-looking gentleman, a man that look ed as if he might be a descendant one of the old Vikings, and said, "You will excuse me for coming up to speak to you and introducing myself; 1 am Captain and so I need not tell vou his name "I am in command of her Majesty's frigate" so and so, "and I take the liberty of coming speak to you in reference to what you said about these Islands. was there with my ship ; I saw these people, and I saw the cir culation of the Bible among them, and 1 never saw sucfi Uhnstianity all my life as among the peo ple of these Islands." Said he, "They reminded me of those peo ple of whom you read in the Acfs the Apostles." Dr. Jolm mill. Apples. An exchange says: Apples, if eaten atbreakfast,with coarse bread and butter, without meat orilesh,reniove constipation, correct accidities, and cool oil" febrile conditions more eflecfual. than the most approved medicines. Cheap Glassware ! RETAILING AT WHOLESALE PRICK. MUST BE SOLD ! War in Europe nothing to do with it. lmS At the ROOK STORE. LIVERY & FEED STABLE, Clay Street, Immediately Xorth of the Uoitrt House. SVXiU.oxriB'bux-Sr O. "Wall Paper, "Wirtflov Shades, Sew and desirable patcrns in both. t received at the BOOK STORE. imi I 17. p: Mccormick, Fine "Watches; OJ-'X-LLt VV OiULiUfOO CLOCKS, JEWELRY, y SILVER WARE. Musical Instruments, Spectacles,&c. y Elgin Watches. Tho-c cuts represent the two fir-t-class Watches made hv the National Watch Compa nr. Klirin. Illinois Kull Plate Morcinent Ex pansion llalancc, adjusted to heat and cold r nil .lew t leu. I ail in i iiituii ami i-msi. ItamL We will teen all other grades of the same Watches LOWER THAN' CAN' 1SU BOUGHT in Holmes County. raiCE LIST : II. W. Raymond, II. Z. Culver, II. H. Taylor, :. 31. Wheeler, Lady Elgin, IT (i sr m ssu SI (HI WALTHAM WATCHES Wc will sell, ami all other good, find-class American Watche-, lower than can lc had in the torn, orrountx. Kine COIN" JILVKIt ami GOLI CAE. at AMK I!ATl-, uW Chain. A Cm C. CLOCKS! Wo will sell (locks LOWER THAN ANY HOITSE IN TOWN. Try us. Hear in mind we nmjTatJX I mltrwM forUOOD GOOH SILVER AVYJfcl: : Tea Sets. Cuke TtitsVets. Pastors. TaM Ppoous, Forks Tea Sjioons, Ivory Handled Aujics, jci, jtiiiiii inn ii)it.-u, icrj Mvaiiiiiui, lur a Milan amount oi creeuitacKS. iiniu s Knife, Spoon and Fork, mit up in a nice, little tray, cheap. Call and taKcapcep at them. All Knives sold by us hac nice trays lined ivith SPECTACLES! To cnit all apes r the finest grades, mounted uit, or no pav. KINE JKWEhY. alwari on hand. Solid lain irold Kings. Aw. Silver Kimr. in great lariety. r me tiold Ten-, Chains C harms HIi INSTRUMENTS, Violin of the finest nualit v. alo. cheap one. Accordeon. Frelirh. t;erm:m. .tr. Airentfor the In'st Italian Violin Mrins in the vorld. Coineand -ee them. Trinnniusrorthe Violin :uul Acrorueon, nlna on hand. Instrument- repaired to order. Ar. I J s r Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Instruments, &c. Ilfpalral "d i'irrimleiim fihort 3VtVe. REMEJIRER THE PLAI E, N. P. McCormick's Store. Main Street, - Jtillerihurj,0. si r rail Clay In DAILY'S Marble Works ! Millersbury. Ohio. A nice aoi:tmext of MONUMENTS ! Tomb- Stones, OF THE RE-T AXI .S TTH1UILA XI) FA LIS ffltlPM MARBLE ! ALWAYS ON HANH, ANI AT 15 PER CENT. LESS! Than the ame can Ihj liought of any traveling Agent. Materials Warranted Xo. ltf C. P. DAILY Mllerstoirg Lime Kiln! 1 MILE EAST OP TOWN, ON the maxwell farm. rpiIE undersisned would respectfully an I nounre to the public that they have con stantly on hand, at their kiln, a superior qua, itvof J-'jfeVli. XiJLm.c S And are prepared to All all orders promptly. liJ HECKER & BURNET. sojuhtjflxg xmv 7 I The Family Bible! With Xotcs and Instructions. .lut published hy the American Tract Society Eery family diould have one. Korsaleat the Aug.ill.I&TO. Uni HOOK STOKE. J. C. Corhis & Co. HATS ! HATS ! -VXD a largeas-sortm-;t of f- SUMMER AND FALL STYLES, CONSISTING OF SUL; Fitv, Plush, Casnimei'e anil Wool HATS! At prices from 73 cents to $6 00. A Splendid Assortment of sizk a cloth caps From 30 cents to $1 75. Burlock Diamond Shirts ! riain and Fancy from $1 50 to 1 00. BURCLAR-PROOF UMBRELLAS! Something Now anil GimnI. AUo a splendid assortment of Cuffs, Collars, Bows & Ties, Handkerchiefs, Socks, Suspenders, &c. We offer our entire fetock or Panama, Leghorn, Straw and Buckeye Hats Ve invite the liuhlic in trencrnl to cire in a and examine our stock. MV make the HAT AMit.'Af TltuiE a specialty mid ran nr fnl to(.KLL CHEAPER than anvoneinlliN section if countn. Rt-nember the lilace Corner of .Inrkton anil Mrcrti. J. C. CORBUS & CO. Aug. 1S70. ltf Paper Collars, Paper Cuffs, Paper Bosoms. all numlicr, st j Ire, Ac.,eontantlr on hand. we. inienii to make inn iiranen oi onr uui inen specialty, and if keeping no with the Umetf will in..lliv success. u will wlu it. (ieuts will ahvaH llnd on utir fchclc-thc lite.t and licit st lo of Collars. At tlio HOOK STOKE. UIHcrsburr, Aug. 18, 16T0. Una Great Attraction ! NOW IS THE TIME To Save Money. SEW GOODS. CHEAP GOODS. STYLISH GOODS S. MARX & BRO., AT THE United States Clothing Store ! Have jut received a large stock of FaU and Winter &00li, Which they offer at VERY ZOW PJtlCBS .' JUST THE I'LACE TO GET GOOD GOODS CHEAP! You will And a ftdl assortment of Ready-Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Cents' Furbishing Coods, Trunks, Valises, Satchels, Umbrellas, &c. IKiu't forset the place Two Ioor West of the Louri nouse. S. MARX &. BRO. JHUcrsbnrs, Sept. 1S70. ltf THE "HOWE" mriiovEH Sewing Machine HAVING all thclato Improvement adapt ed to every variety of scwinjr, uneouallcd iu cAcviiL-m-e aim uurauiuiv. it will nem, hcni-stitch, braid, conl. tuek.'miill. fell, ruffle. embroider, frinpre, and eery other arietv sewinjr, better than any other machine manu factured. The HOWE MACHINE bein- ailn.tp.! to sew all smdes, from the finest, lightest mate rial, to the heaviest cloth or leather. Thev arc easily undcrtod and operated, becaue'they are simple, and contain vcrv little machiucrv. It is onlyncccssary to phetho machine a fair trial to substantiate all that is claimed for it. The wearing parts of our Machines beins v " unimmu, will Jilil lur LIICULY J ItirS at least. Examine the HOWE rnrpfullv before, lttivinf Important to Hoot and Shoe Man ufacturers. We beir to call the attention nf Ttnof nw.l jnoc manuiacturcrs to the celebrated Universal Feed, or Elastic sewing jaacmne ! Specially adapted for stitching new Elastics into old Hoots and Mioes, -uliiUtthc soles are on, dec. Tills Machine supplies a -want tliat has lone been felt by boot and shoe manufacturers, ami, tnouRhmany imperfect machines have beeu invented and SOl it to thnniiMIc nnnlivAluwn produced which, for variety and finality of t.wm, i.t Uiu hit general n-eiuines nave equalled this machine. Prcc of Machine Complete $125.00 American Fashions. The Question Uhrtlicr Amprlrnnc imnnil to the ta-.k of designing the stvle of their own irarments mav he ronoiiowl Kittip.T. Tim (inn of E. Butterick & Co- hm eT by n successful cx- jn-iiiiitrui, v"Maiutiii-u i ij iacr mac garments ilesinttl and manufactured in onrtmn 1.1ml arc-upcrior in general fitne-- and beauty to nnporteicotuim"i. The udden ri-e and ex iriKiniuinry irnnviii oi inn p-t:iiiii-.nm(Mir. matter of surprise tocen the imM anguine. who nave, longeu ir Hie ttav when America WOIlhl assert IN MlliOriiirirt lit tin nmHcr.ir uns as luny as it na none In other reieet. ?5?We arc A cent for il MENTJEZ & ROOD, Agent for "Wayne, Holme and Mnmiiit Coun th IZiNmth Houanl street, Aknm; Ar- OUR FATHER'S HOUSE" The Unwritten Word, BY Daxihl Mabcu, !.!., author of the IMJDtilnr VIn-lil Sppiim." Tlii m.iroriit tlHiughtand Innguagfshous u untold riches and beauties in the CIreat lloue, with its Ulooming flower, Singing bird-, Waving raliu. Itolling Clouds Jt.-anliful Immv, r.icrrd ('iiiMiaiiis, jrriigiuiui rner. jugnty oceans, TlMinileriiie riiiris. lll.nzinir 1ii'-iiimi mid vnvt universe with count Ies bfing in millions of worms and reau in u iu eacn the unwritten n witi. itosu-iiuicu Mil ik r. oniniu eiiirraincs. and superb liimlhip. "Kich and varied In thought.' hastp." "Kar and graceful in itjle.' Morn,ct, pure, amf elevating in its. tendancy." "ltciuitilul and gtwd." A House, hold treasure." Cnimitrmhilion like the a tune fnm College lrofesorand lresiileni? minis, ten. of all deiioniinntions and the i-eligiout and fceeulnr pre all ner the eonntry. It fresh jie"st purity of language, w fl It clear, open tpe, line Meel engra ings nbstantial bind ing, and low price. m:iU it the book for the musses. Agent-) are (elling'from to ioO per W want fler'rMii(ii srlifMil ti-arheis.. cmnrt oungmcuaud fadiei to intnuluce this work lor us in every lomiliin. and e will pnv lii- rtilly. n intelliirent ninn or uim:iu iiml be without a paying business. fend for circular, full description ami temis. A'ldress 7.1KCM:i. JL Mt-CIMIIIV. Itlsonili sixth street, I'liila.UIphia, I'a.; lSii Have u Cincinnati. O.: t? .Almiroe street. Chicami. Ill net North Sixth street, M. Imiis, .Mo.; orH Main i-trect, springtlchl, .Mu. 3ml Julian's Interest Tables! Till! IIKST IX UMi a? Mb fa K il For salo at tho .Mil. 20, lSTO.-ln HOOK KTOIIK. Just the Place. AT Y E It GrI V S DEUG STORE, "Wall Paper! At Greatly Ucilitceil Prices. K LARGE variety of GILT I'AI'EK. at from A T5centto'2iK'rlolt. A full assortment of WINDOW MIADD-. -which e aresellinfr a low as tne lowest. Give us a can ana exam ine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. We Iiae also a large ami complete stock of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Taint and Varni-h ft rashes, warranted pure llussia bristle; and Whitewash ft rushes ot su: jierior quality, which we are felling VKIIV We would also invite the attention of rhysi- ciansand the public generally, to our large tOCK oi DRUGS & CHEMICALS! It'rJ'tn,,cr!h Toilet SottjM, tlr. Thankingour friends fortheirliberal patron age in the past. wchic to merit a continuance oi incsume. W. R. YERCIN. MiIlershurg.rMpt. 1.1KTO. 2tf J. A. LEOPOLD DEALEl! IN" Groceries and. Provisions Q TJEBXS WAJSB, Canned Fruits & Vegetables THE BEST FLOUR ! TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS Lamps, Carbon Oil, Ciyars, Tobaccos Jluttcr, Eggs, and All Kinds of Countr) Produce. A full assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES constantly Kept on hand and sohl at wry low rates-. DOTY WASJIIXG MACIII2TE The Ue-t Washing Machihc in ne. Xi'iTit Jars at Cost Engli-h Iioulilc liarrel, l'atent llreecli, Ileal l 1st SHOT GUNS, Wads, Powiler Flasks frhot llelts. Touches. Hater l'roor caps, ami. tne itest i'owner, mioi atui i.eait at tne erj- lowest casn price. A large lot of Itasl els. J. A. LEOPOLD. Jlill'ershurg, O, Sept, 1K0. 2tf PS 5 Young Men. TTOYT can you finish your toilet for an even- A .. li'o cnii iuiiou iiiu r air mrs iiuoiu i WATCH ! That indispensable article of drc. It is of M'liUiAUbEKYlUE, ifthecveninhas "tlown on anpel wine," and the hours begin to count anions tne cu-vijIj i lui'itrjs. A NICE AVATCIL that von lrilf not 1m nsnameii 10 snow, can nc oougnt AT TP "o & ' e Evory Ono IWarrantcd ! The Farmer, Mechanic orIIousewife, can get Serviceable Timekeepers ! TO M'lT Til KM, in appcaraure or quality It is not neressnrv to invite l'l:OKE.-IOS-AL (SKNTI.KMCN, for they all know where 1- Ut.Y'f- M(I!K i. ami we are pniu.l tar we rereiea nuerai snare or their patnnae:c SPECTACLES MADE A SPECIALTY. Thonioney will he refundeil if wc fail tojtive batisiacuou. Eli'i'liMu'e anil aciiunliitanco ultli mniiit. factories plvo ns a special advantage, nith which weuiean to Benefit Our Customers. Allf. 1ST0. MILLS Jt SB UllG Machine Company (Successors to Farra, Wholf i Co.) MANUFACTUI1EI1S OF REAPERS, MOVERS, -ASD S! SULKY HAY BAKES, tlleo. Deal'.- l'atent.) AI-0, FARRA, WHOLF & CO.'S PLOWS! J. ling's Pateni, Xos. 1 and 3. rittsburph Iron, Xos. 4 and 7. Pittsburgh Centre, wood beam, Xo. 4. Qucen of the West. iron or steel mould board arranged for the same plow. Koad Plow, with wroujrht-iron bar shear. SCRAPERS -AXD- Corn Cultivators ! Large Iron Kettles. FAEM BELLS! Anil a great variety of PLOW POINTS. Job Work and Repairing POKE ON' SHORT XOTICE. J6Sy'c use none hut the very best materia in manufacturing. GIVE US A CALL ! Itefore purchasing, as we are satisfletl we can please iu linih ami quality of material. Robert Long, 1 UMayf.bs, I .1. l'OMEHENK, V Ptrtetor. .1. MVLTASE, 1. A.MCDOWELUj J. MULVANE, PmMmt. VT. YT. R EX FREM", Cltrt. Ans.1?. ltf Steam Mill Store ! Ho! For Paint Talley! W: would respectfully announce to the cit izens of tlm ieinitj that w care receiv ing a ilcndid assortment of DRY aOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QTJEBNSWARE, &c. AVhich we will offer for sale at the lowet pos sible cash prices. Vc can and wc will tell jroods at a lower llgurc than urn be old else where in the county, for the simple reason that we hae no high rents to pay, corioration taxes, clerk hiro and other such incumbrances as full upon merchants doing business in larj towns, we will iell Kest standard Prints for 12.'4 cents-. As good Bleached Shirting for 8 cents a yard as was ever soki in tne county wrri ccni. ilea's Coarse Boots for $3,50. Wc hare a full line of Boots, Shoes arid Gaiters. Which we ask yon to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Also a nice stock of MILLIXEEV GOOD' which we will sell low. 1-4 Stark A Sheeting, by the bolt, at 11 cents per y an i. IIKADV-MAUE CLOTIIIXO, Cheap for JOHN SPENCER & SONS. Paint Valley, O., Sept. 18TO. 5tf. AJLJEItlCAlT Music Store, "W OOKtOl, O. T. P, BAUMGARDNER, "XVITKS special attention to the largest and UCM M'lCCieU MOCK. OI PIANO FORTES, Cabinet Organs and MclodeoiiSj Of the vcrv host nianufjctni-e in the United Mali's, ana are FUL L r If A Jilt A XT El). Al.- Accordeons, Violins, Guitars, AX1 JHis icnl Jferrlt anil far. AI.-O TIIK I11T Italian Strings. Sheet Music, ilr Kept for sio at ery low- rate". l'inno. Organs Melodeon and Accordeon REPAIRED & TUNED In the mot Milistantial maimer. JOgy lie sure nnilfcrh a me, a coll. At the Curnvr titore, American lltdlth'wj, Wuvsttr, Ohio. M T. P. BAUMGARDNER. .IS WEIRICU. F.AV.GASOIIE. F. XUSS1IAU3L WEIRICH , GASCHE & CO,, Opposite the Empire House, Keeps oonstantlyjrahanda iargc assort nicntor HARDWARE, Iron, Steel, JVnt7., Glass, Sash and Doors, Axles, Springs and 1'ifth Wheels, Anvils. Jlellows and Ticeir Irons, A full stock of Blacksmith Tools. A I'VIA. STOCK OF Carpenter's and Cabinet Maker's Tools ! .lust recehetl antl cheaper than erer. Planes, of every description. Chisels, Gauges and Squares. Cast Steel Augers it Anger Jlitts, Henry Diston Sairs, Shoo I"ly Saws, Solid Cast Steel Hammers. Solid Cast Steel Hatchets, Drair Shares ami Spoke Shaves. Itroad Axes and Foot Adzes. And many other tools toonumerons to mention. A line stock of Saddler's ant Trimmer's Hardware. Iron over top Jlames. Coach and Gig Hames, Jiuckcls of all kinds, llosetts and Ornaments, Trim leather. Top Leather, Dash leather, Enameled Muslin, Duck A Drill, Anil a full stock of Sudd lev's Tools I .Iut received from the Kast. Also, a large as tortmcnt of Paint and Varnish Brushes, Camel Hair and Sable. Strikers, Tube Colors A Transfer Ornaments, All kinds of Colors, dry and in oil, Coach and .Furniture Varnish, Eureka Colors, Fahnestock Lead, G. A. If'eirich Lead, A full stock of J AT ItEDUCED TRICES. Door Bumpers, Sash Fasteners, Blind Hinges and Fastenings, looking Glass Knobs, Picture JCnobs, Coal and Hat Ilooks Corn Slicllersj Cider Mills, Cross Cut and Mill Sates, Lot of Farm Bells, Pittsburgh Centre Plow, iron and wooden beam, Xeic stock of J'ockel Cutlery, JCnires and Forks, Butcher JCnives, Embroidering and Pocket Scissors, Smith J; Wesson's Iterolrers J'owdcr Flasks and Shot Pouches, Jlamrods for Jlijlcs and Shot Guns, Gun Barrels and Gun Bibs, Gun Locks and Triggers, Gun Wads, Bullet Moulds, A full stock of Gun Maker's Ma terials, And everj thins usually found in a fiist-class Hardware Store. WEIRICH, CASCHE & CO. Jackson Street, opposite the Empire House. jilucfeDurjr. unio. ui MASSILLON Agricultural AVORKS. Agency for Wayne Holmes Counties. and JAMES BROTHERS AGENT TOTl Reapers, Mowers, Threshing Machines, &c. TTE has onened a "Ware room at Fredericks- .LA. hurir. where marhinerr i ktt for sale. and where all article for repair w ill te re ceived, iorwarneu v snoiw ana returneu lie it also agent for the celebrated Clover Huller. Mannftwtiired at Ashbuul anil 'WYOsicr.0 well known in thin Iwalitr that it is not neccary to comment here. Single & Combined Hullers Corn Stalk & Feed Cutters, rooa minsv Feed Boilers, Plows, &c. Povtnhh Stettin Saw Mills and Steam JHngine$ Tin Agricultural Ininleuent't manufactured ai .ii ass nam are noi Miii'nssin. n, imii-i. equalled hy any other otalilishmeut. BcrtS-AU Machinery will Jtesold at the same iIWS s ,11 lllfSU'l. lie I aNo a;rent frth VICTOR GRAIN DRILL! Manufactured at lanstlcld. 4hi which ha trained n uiile cclehrit. It umt WLcat. 4at. seetK &c ith eiuat fepulantj. Jt aW ha ne "Champion of Iowa"Broaclcast faced Sower! A ncn Talent, lie will iHfttuntl at the Warehouse. At Kreilei1- te!.hur!r, everj atunaT. Tersons iiredinr AtrricnltTral 3fachlnprr Will do well to call on liim. Call and ice machines, or send for catalogue. JAMES BROf lURS. Anj. li III BOOTS, SHOES, LEATHER S. H. CHERRYHOLjIES & CO. Villi receiving direct fi-oni the manufactory; a very larjre stock of Whicli wc arc offering at unusually 1.iY riSICKs. Our tloods are all of the hest qualitr. We Warrant All of Our JTand Made Goods. Men's Boots, all prices. Boys' Boots, $2.50 to $4.50. Youth's Boots, $1.50 to $2.00. Women's Calf Shoes, $2 to $3. Misses Shoes, all prices. Children's Shoes, 25c. to $1. Women's Gaiters, 50c. to $3. WE ARE SELLING RUBBER GOODS, At manufactory prices. Wc have a large lot and will sell them. Sole Leatler at Low Prices, From 30 to 35 Cents. Shoe Maker's Tools and Findings at Prices far Below Old Prices. Our stock is full and complete, all of the Iiest quality of piods, bought for cash from first hands, and we are determined to ell at such low prices, w as to make the Iloot, shoe anil Leather trade quite lively. REME-Mr.Ett THE I'LACE.'" At the Bed Front Boot and Shoe Store and at the Express Office. S. II. CIIERIIYIIOLOIES & Co. 3Iillersburg-,0,t;ept.l2,lSTO. 4tf Ayefs Cherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throat and Lungs, such as Coughs, Colds, "Whcopin Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Consumption. Probably never before in the whole history of medicine, has any thing won so widely; and so deeply upon tho confidence of mankind, a this excellent remedy for pulmonary complaints. Through a lon series of years, and amonjr most of the races of qii-l it has risen higher and higher in their estimation, as Unas become better known. Its uniform character and power to cure theTa rious affections of the lumrs and throat, hare made it known aa a reliable protector against them. While adapted to milder forms of disease and to younir children, it is at the same time the most effectual remedy that can be given for incip ient consumption, and the dangerous affections of the throat and lungs. As a provision against sudden attacks of Cjom- it should be kept on hand iu cverv famil v, and indeed as all are some tunes Mibject to colds and conghs, all should be provided with this antidote for them. Although fettled Consumption is tnought in curable, till great number of cases where the disease seemed settled, have been completely oired,and the patient restored to sound health by the Cherry l'eetorttt. So complete is its mastery over the disorder of the Lungs and Throat, that the most obstinate of them yield to it. When nothing else could reach them, under the Cherry I'ectornl they sulfide and disappear. ttitifjers ami 1'uMic Speakers find great protection from it. . As t Inn a is always relieved and often wholly tUCjincAHiJt is generally cured by taking the Cherry 1'crtoral in small and frequent doses. fco generally are its virtues known, that we need not publish the certificates of them here, or do more than assure the public that its qualities are fully maintained. Ayer's Ague Cure, For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever, Chill Fever, Bemittent Fever, Dumb Aeue, Periodical or Bilious Fever, &C, and indeed all the affections which ansa from malarious, marsh, or miasmatic poisons. As its name Implies, it does Cm re, and does not fail. Containing neither Arsenic. Quinine, Bis muth, Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonous f ubstaucc whatever, it in nowise Injnres any pa tient. The number and importance of its cures in the ague districts are literally beyond account, and wcljelieve withont a parallel in the history of Ague medicine. Our pride is graufled by the acknowledgments we receive or the radical cures cffii-ted in obstinate cases, and where other rem edies had whollr failed. . I'liarclimated persons, either resident in, or travellins throusli lniamatic localities, will be protected by tatuiRthe AG PR CURE daily. For Xirrr Complaints, arising from torpal itv of the I Jver, it is an excellent remedy, stuuu hitinjr the liver into healthy activity. . lor liuions lilsontcrs aim is an excellent remedy, producing many trulv i hi. . .,,... miwllftm hnil rriuarjbiuiu imt., ...... .... .... and Analytical chemKt, lowell, Siass., and &oui an nmnu nu. For ale by Drugi-t- evvo where. 6y 1 Jas. E. Wescott, MERCHANT TAILOR! a.ni m:LKi: ix Gcnls? Furnisliini? Goods, "Wooster, O- To those deirou of a ;h1 Kit. i;od Gooils and (iood ltanrain. I would av that I have eout:tutlou luud eren variety of good-;, and the very latent tj les which I make up at rates tOM.it pui-cha-ers. JAS. E. WESCOTT. 5;I MOHAIli G O OJ)S : Switches, Chignons, Curls, &c. A full and fashionable supplj. At the TtOOK -VTOKK. Autr.ai.lsTU.-lini Millersburs:. O. rrni2 u est. FIRST - RATE CIGARS! FIVE AND TEN CENTS. Wholoaalo cfc Xtoto.il, Anir. , ISB1.-1H1-! At the HOOK STOKE- THK BEST, An r- SO, IKC 1? At the BOOK STORE.