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Time to me this truth has taught Tis a truth tint's worth revealing More offended from rant of thought. Than from any want of feeling, If adrice we would convey, There is a time we should convey it; If vKeve but a word to say, There's a time in which to say it ! Many a beauteous flower decays, .Though we tend it e'er so much; Something secret on it preys. Which no human aid can touch. 5j, is many a lovely breast, oj' 13 r gier concealed; 1 a v(rfctrd; j r iJeii i healed. Oft, nnhnowingly, the tongue -Touches on a chord so aching. That a word or accont, wrong, Pains the heart almost to breaking. Many a tear of wounded pride. Many a fault of human blindness, lias been smothered or turned aside, By the quiet voice of kindness! Time to me this truth hath taught Tis a truth that's worth revealing More offended from want of thought. Than from any want of feeling. Farm and Household. Gkape-Vutes, as soon as the leaves have fallen, may be trimmed Cut young vines back to their buds and draw earth up to them, or give them a covering of leaves Old vines that have been allowed to run wild, are very difficult to prescribe for. The best general direction we can give is to cut all the past seasonfs growth back two buds; recollecting that every bud will make a shoot J if this is likely make to much wood, thin out some of the canes altogether. Even hardy varieties will do better if laid down and covered with a little earth. This may not be practicable with old vines, but it is with young ones, and as long as it can be done it will be lound to pay. GirrnxGSof grape wood should be prepared now. For out-door propagation,cuttings of two buds are best. Jfrepare them a prun ing time, and tie them in bundles of 25, or of convenient size, and bury, the lower end up, in some dry place. We say lower end up, because it is desirable to keep the upper bud dormant,and allow the lower part of the cutting to be more forward. STRAWBERRIES. Established beds should be covered tis -soon is -the ground freezes. It is a mistake to cover too soon. Use whatever is avail able straw, bog or salt hay,corn stalks, etc. Do not use sawdust; through a serviceable winter pro tection, it is a nuisance in the spring, as it soils the berries. KEEPING SWEET POTATOES. I have found that rotten wood, finely pulverized, is the best tiling yet. Collect the rotten wood in the summer or.earlyfall get it perfectly dry; grind pound it fine, pack your sweet potatoes in it in boxes or barrels and keep them in a warm room in the cellar close up to the floor of the house, and you need have no fear but that your potatoes will be as good in the spring as when you packed them away. Cor. Country Gent. CABBAGES. After trying various plans wintering cabbages, we .tmnK that followed by our market gar deners is the best. The cabbages, after freezing weather has setm and before the ground is so frozen that they are difficult to pull, arc taken up and inverted, and three or four inches of earth thrown over the heads. If many are to be treafed the earth is plowed to them, but with small crops the spade will do the' work. Plants sown for the purpose are to be kept in cold frames. Set them down to the leaves and do not put the glass on until cold weather. The object to be attained is to keep the plant dormant and quiet, but still alive. CROSSING DIFFERENT BREEDS OF SWINE. Joseph Harris, in the Ameri can Agriculturist, speaking of the correct and incorrect method of crossing breeds of .swine, says that a western farmer crossed thorough-bred Essex sow with a Chester White, and had very uneven and every way un desirable litter of pigs. "I do not know what else lie could ex- pect. He says .he will for the future confine himself to the thorough bred Essex, and will not cross these breeds again- Had he crossed the other way, he would have had a different re sult. This mania for crossing without a distinct object, is sheer folly: One of my neighbors had a large, coarse, Chester county Essex, and had a splendid litter of pigs. A young sow Irom this litter was again crossed with thorough bred Essex, and now has a litter of three-quarter OJoOHs- that are 'perfect beau ties.' " CORN COBS AS FERTILIZERS. A correspondent of the South ern Ctiltivator speaks in strong terms ot the value of corn cobs as a renovator of soil. He talks as follows: "Since 18C3,I have been useing them, more or less, as a fertilizer on my corn-patches and by comparing the corn these with corn where the cob was not used as a fertilizer, pro nounce it a most excellent,cheap and cleanly fertilizer, and one easily applied. My method is to run two furrows, throwing out both ways the distance you wish the rows, with the turn-plow: put down three cobs to every lull ol corn say three cobs to three feet: cultivate in the usual way. I will say to plant ers, try it save all your cobs as carefully as you preserve your corn ; use them on your corn ground as far as they will go,and buy fertilizers for the balencc and I feel perfectly satisfied that you will be not only pleased with the experiment, but will find it decidedly economical and remunerative." SEE TO THE ORCHARD. The Western Rural gives timely advice respecting the proper drainage of orchards. It says : "The failure of orchards is sometimes to be attributed to the pressure of water about the roots, below the surface, and some times to water having collected in hollows on the surface. surface drains are not provided in all hollow places in- the or chard, the water will form ponds around the trees during thaws winter and early spring, and on the return of frostv the roots and collars of the trees will be en cased in ice." Fireside Department. Beautiful Thought. There is but a breath of air and a beat of the heart between this world arid the next. And in the brief interval of a painful andaw ful suspense, while we feel that death is with us, that we are pow erless, and he all powerful, ana the last faint pulsation here but the prelude of endless life hereafter, we feel in the midst stunning calamity about to befall us, that earth has no compensa ting good to the severity of our loss, iiut there is no gnei witn out some beneficent provisions soften its intensities. When tlie good and the lovely die, the memory of their good deeds, like the moonbeams on tne stormy sea, lights up our darkened hearts and lends to the surronnaing beauty so sad, so sweet, that we would not, if we could, dispel the darkness that environs us. Father Knows. A gentleman was one day opening a box of, dry goods. His little son.was standing near, and as his father took the packages from the box, he laid some.of them upon the arm of the boy. young friend and playmate of merchant's son was standing looking on. As parcel after par cel was laid upon the boy's arm, his friend began to fear his load was becoming too heavy, and said: "Johnny, don't you think you have got as much as you can bear?" "Nevermind," answered John ny, in a sweet, happy tone, "fa ther knows how'muchT can car ry." Brave, "trusting little fellow! He did not grow restless or impa tient under the burden. Three was no danger, lie felt, that Jh father would lay too heavy a load on him. His father knew strength, or rather the weakness of that little arm, and would overtask it. More than all, father loved him, and therefore would not harm him. It is such a spirit of loving trust in him that bod desires all his children possess. The Watchword. or a a In one of the greatrock galler ies of Gibraltar, two British sold iers had mounted guard, one each end of the vast tunnel. One was a believing man, whose soul had found rest upon the Rock Ages: the other had long felt need of a Savior, had experienced anxious thoughts, but had not yielded with full surrender. On one occasion in the silence of midnight, these soldiers were going their rounds, the one med itating on that atoning blood which had brought peace to soul, the other darkly brooding over .his own disquietudes and doubts. Suddenly an officer passes, challenges the former, and demands the watchword. "The precious blood of Christ!" called out the startled veteran, forget ting for the instant the password of the night, and uttering un consciously the thought which was at that moment filling his soul. Next niomemt he correct ed himself as to the password gave the required one, and the officer, no doubt surprised pass ed on. But the words he spoke had rung through the gallery and entered the ears of his fellow-sol dier at the other end, like a mes sage from heaven. It seemed if an angel had spoken, or rather if God himself had proclaimed ana good news m that still hour. This "precious blood of Christ Yes,that was peace ! His troubled soul was now at rest. That mid nght voice had spoken the good news to him, and the Holy Spirit made that strange but blessed watchword the means of his salva tion. There is but one way, but one bavior who can furnish us with the living bread and waters, but one Kedeemer who can save our sinful souls. And this corresponds with God's doings in the natural world. The sun pursues but one course through all the ages. The earth and the planets have but one unchanging course through all time, bo there is but one way by which our sinful souls can be reconciled to God; but one way by which we can reach heaven. "Without the sheddm of blood there is no remission." Christ is the way. To him you must come, with repentant trust, and you shal find his promise sure. He turns none empty away American Messenger. The Useful Needle. "How little notice is ever ta ken of you in the world," said pin to a needle. "You are al ways about your work, slipping in and out so softly, but never stopping to be praised. When pretty uress is finished, who thinks of the needle that sewed it? Even the holes that you make are so small that they close up directly behind you." "I'm content to useful," be said the needle. "I do not ask to bo praised. I do no t remain in my work, it is true : but I leave be hind mc a thread which shows that my course has not been in vain." Moral. So let us quietly nass through life,doing our duty as we go, remembered for some srood work left behind, when wo our selves have departed. jEc-change. A mother out west recently ad dressed her daughter thus: "JIv daughter, you are noiv fifteen years of age, engaged to be married, and Mrithout a freckle on your face. I have done my duty." If in is of to a A by is his not his to at of the his as !" a a it. p. Mccormick; 1 3; Dealeb IX iFine Watches I CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SUTEE WAKE, Musical Instruments, Spectacles.&c. Elgin patches. These cnts represent the two first-class iv. Klirin- Illinois Full Flate Movement Li- pansion Balance, adjusted to beat ami cold. x nil j cweicu, r&ieni Lenuv i iuiuu aim wtu Band. We will keep all other grades of the same Watches LOWER THAN CAN BE BOUGHT in Holmes County. PRICE IjIST : B. W. Raymond, II. z: Culver,'"-" n. n. Taylor, G. 1L Wheeler, Lady Elgin, $17 00 37 00 2S50 23 73 31 00 WALTHAM WATCHES Vc will sell, ami all other srootl. first-clas American Watches, lower than ran he had in the town or county. Fine COIX SILVKU ami ;OLI CASKS, at tiAMU KATES, also Chains CLOCKS! We will sell CIocVs LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IX TOWN. Try us. Bear in mini; vrc WiUA otJb Undersold for GOOD GOODS. SILVER AVVjRE Tea Sets, Cake Baskets, Castors. Table Spoons, Forks, Tea Spoons, Ivory Handled ivnives, jer, piain an uppeu, very oeammu, for a small amount of greenbacks. Child's Knife, Spoon and Fork, pnt up in a nice, little tray, cheap. Call and take a peep at them. All Knives sold by us have nice trays lined with veivct. SPECTACLES! To suit all ages, of the finest grades, mounted to snit. or no nnv. FIXE JEWELT, always on hand. Solid plain gold Uinps. Also, Silver Jtinccs in great variety. Fine Gold Tens, Chains, charms, &c MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Violins of the finest oualitr. also, chcan ones Accordeons, French. German, Ac. Agent for ine nest Italian loiin nirinirs in mo worm. Come and sec them. Trimmings for the Violin and Accordcon, always on hand, instruments repaired to order, &c fp-gOi Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Instruments, &c. Jlepaired and Warranted nn Short Kntiec. KEilEMIlUlt TDK PLACE, IT. P. McCormick's Store. Main Street, - 2Iilhrsburg,0. .-A ' 'X: DAILY'S Marble Works! Millersburg, Ohio. A NICE ASSORTMENT OF MONUMENTS ! AND Tomb- Stones, OF THE BEST AND SUTHERLAND FALLS AMERICAN MARBLE ! ALTTAYS OK HAND, AND AT 15 PER CENT. LESS' Than the same can be Ionght of any traveling s' ZgTAll Materials Warranted Xo.LSzZ C. P. DAILY. Millersburg Lime Kiln 1 MILE EAST OF TOWN, OS TnE MAXWELL FARM. iilE undersigned would respectfully- an nounce to the public that tuey nave con stantly on hand, at their kiln, a superior qual ity 01 Esct&tmMn. 7WVS S And are prepared to fill all orders promptly. lm- HECKER & BURNET. SOMETHING NEW! The Family Bible irffft Notes and Instructions. Just published by the American Tract Society. For sale at the Aug.20,lS70. Im2 ROOK STOKE. J. C. Corks & Co. HATS ! HATS ! AXD A LARGE ASSORTM XT OF E STYLES, CONSISTING OF Silk, Fur, Flush, Cassimcre and Wool HZ 7 3 1 At prices from 75 cents to G 00. A Splendid Assortment of SILK a CLOTH CAFS From 30 cents to $1 75. Bmiock Diamond Shirts l'lain and Fane- from $1 50 to $3 00. BURGLAR-PROOF UMBRELLAS ! Something New and Good. Also a splendid assortment of Cuffs, Collars, Bows & Ties, Handkerchiefs, Socks, Suspenders, &c. We offer our entire stock of Panama, Leghorn, Straw and Buckeye Hats Wo invito tho lmhlic in general to crivc n a. ran nun u.aimnc iur mock. c make me II at ami (Jap trade a MtvclaKr and can af ford toSIXL C!IKAli:i: than anv one in this M.-VUMUUI country. Icnicmlierlhc! i dat-c Corner of .Jackson ant Clay btret-ts. J. C. CORBUS &. CO. Aug.lSW.-llf Paper Collars, Paper Cuffs, Paper Bosoms. In all numbers, style, Ac.ronstantlv on hand. Wo intend to mate this hrnm-ti of our bus iness n specialty, and If keeping up ith the times will Insure micccsg. w h will w In it. dent, will alunvs 11ml on our shelves the latest and best style or Collars. At tho BOOK STOKE. Itlllenljurf, Aux. 18, 1370. Im3 To in i-t The sew easily are It trial The case any We zuvk Into been though 1'rice TIlC to of J:, are jiujiurLL-utosiuiuu"-. matter who would uress t Agents BY thought and I'alms. universe worlds, n ord. and style." irum and type, masses. WO young lor us milium. Send Silh nt! .uuui For Aug. Great Attraction ! NOW IS THE TIME Save Money. 'SEW GOODS. CITE AP GOODS. STYLISH GOODS. s. AT THE United States Clothing Store ! Have just received a large stock of Fall and Winter Which they pffer at VERY LOW PRICES . JUST THE I'LACE TO GET GOOD GOODS CHEAP Tou will And a full assortment of Ready-Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Cents' Furnishing Coods, Trunks, Valises, Satchels, Umbrellas, &c. Bo; S. MARX & BRO. Millcrshurg, Sept 1S70. ltf THE HOWE" IMritOVED Sewing Machine ! HAVING all tho late improvements, adapt ed to every variety or sewing, unequalled excellence and durability. It .will hem. u.uiu, wm, lui. ijuiu, it-ii, ruiiie, embroider, fringe, and every other variety of nuife, uviwi iiutu auj uiuur inacuine manu. facturcd. HOWE IIACIII5TE Iiein-- mlnntnl in all grades, from the finest, lightest mate rial, to the heaviest cloth orlcather. They are understood and operated, because they simple, and contain very little machinery. is only necessary to give the machine a fair to substantiate all that is claimed for it. wearing parts of our Machines being hardened, will last for twenty years at Examine the HOWE carcfnllv lifm-i lmWn, other machine. 1 Important to Hoot and Shoe 3Ian- vfacturers. hcrr to rail lhp nttpntfan- c ti luuuuiaciurcra io mc ccicuratcu Universal Peed, or Elastic sewing juacnine I Specially adapted for stitching new Elastics Old Boots and Stinps. wliiKt. tli cnlc -a This Machine Rmvnlip a rnnt ). IttdMv felt by boot and shoo manufacturers, and many imperfect machines have been invented and sold tn fhnnnhlir. produced -which, for variety and quality of .m jur guucrai useimncss, nave equalled this machiue. of Machine Complete $125.00 American Fashions. OUCStion ipliptlmr Amnnr-int nro formal the task of designing the stvle of their own garmenU may be considered fcetlled. The linn lluttcrick &, Co- have, by a successful ex periment, established the fact that garments designed and manufactured in ourownland, superior in general litness and beauty to xiw Mumcn rise ami ex traordinary growth of tlu c-tablishmi-nt u n of surprise toeen the most sanguine, hare lonircd for the dar wlinn Amrrira assert its .superiority in the niattcrof as luiiy as 11 jias uonc in otner respects. rrn9Wc are Acents for thon rplohmt-mi aMuons. MENTJEZ & ROOD, for Wayne, Holmes and Summit Conn- iics, laj&oum iiowara street, Afcron; Ar- cauomc store, oostcr, ana iiuiersburg, o. Ctf OUR FATHER'S HOUSE" Oil, Tho Unwritten Word, Daniel MAitcn, I). D., anthor of the popular 'Sight Scenes." This master in and language shows ns untold riches beauties in the flreat House, with its JSlooming flowers. Singing birds, Waving 1 oil inr Clouds, lleaiitifitl lion- Snrntl mountains, Delightful rivers, Sliglity oceans. with countless beings in millions of and reads to us in each the Unwritten Eoc-tinted paper, ornate engravings, superb binding, "ltich and varied In tlioulrht." "t.'linste 'H;iv ,ml tn "Correct, pure ami elevating In Its tendancy." "Ileautiful and good." "A House hold treasure." Commendatioiwliko tlie above MU Kui-nuessorsnncl Presidents, minis ters or nil denominations, and the religious secular press all over the country. Its Ireshness, purity oflanguage, with clear, open lino steel engravings, fub'tantial bind ing, and low price, make it the Wfc for llio Agents are tclllnir rrum m in lainer Want ClprrVlni, .li.wtl toTfliXre cm-,,- men and ladies in inlrcilm .. tl u imrt in eiery lown-liip, and no will pay IH ernlly. r,o inulig(nt man or woman mill be r-'iing imsi!ic-s. foreircular, full description and teims. Address Zirm.l'ir .fr Mi-iitimiv momd. street, Philadelphia, I'o.; K) llaco St., Cincinnati. O.; (fj Monroe street, Chicago, 111.; North Slvth Street, St. I-ouls, Jlo.; orltri Mri-i-i, rapringuei'i, .iia-.s. i-in i Julian's Interest Tables! THE BEST IN USE. salo at the BOOIC STORE. SO, 18TO.-luiS it K Just the Place. -AT YERGIN'S DRUG STORE. TO BOY "Wall Paper! dt GrreathjUeduceil JPr ices' ALAUGE variety of GILT PArEu, at from 73 cents to $2 per holt, A full t assortment of WIXDOW SHADES; which wo are selling ine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere. w e nave aiso a large ana compile ucjl, vi Paints, Oils, Varnishes, faint and Varnish Brushes, warranted pure llussia bristle; and M hitcwash Brushes of su perior quality, which we' aro selling VEKY CHEAP. "We wonlil also invite the attention of Phvsi- cians, and tho public, generally, to our large SIOCK ox DRUGS & CHEMICALS! rcrfumcry, Toilet Soaps, &c. . .i i Thankiucour friends Xorthcirliberal patron age in the past, we hope to merit a contiiniance ot lucsainc .. , - , W. R. YERCIN. aiillersburgJSept. 1, 1ST0. ,2tf J. A. LEOPOLD DEALER IN" Groceries ani Provisions ! Q VEENS WARE, Canned Fruits & Vegetables THE "BEST FLOUR ! TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS, Lamps, Carlou Oil, Cigars, Tobaccos, Sutter, Egg's, and All Kinds of Country Produce. A fall assortment of TAMILT GROCERIES constantly kept on hand and sold at very low rates. DOTY WASHING jrACIIINU The Best Washing Maehihe in use. Irxirfc Jiirs at Cost. English Donlilc Barrel, Patent Ercccb, Real .SHOT-GUNS, Wails. Powder Flasks. Shot Belts. Touches, Water Troof Caps, and the best Powder, hhot ana Jjcau at me very lowest cosa prices. A large Lot of Baskets. J. A. LEOPOLD. Jlillersburg, O, Scpt 1STO. Stf- a? - o .1-: o i-3 Young Men. HOW can you finish your toilet for an ever ins call among the Fair Ones without a WATCH ! That indispensable article of tires?. It is of Sl'KCIAlihEItVICE, if the evening has uflown on angel winps," anl the hours begin to count among tne sjiajl. niiUJCts. . 1 ' A NICE WATCrr. that tou will not he asnamca to show, can he bought FHEY'S Every Ono IWarrantod ! The Farmer, Mechanic or2IIouscvife, can get Serviceable Timekeepers ! TO SUIT T1IEJI, in abearance or quality. It is not nceessar essary to invito PnOFICSSIOV KMEN, for they all Vnow where rltl.Y'S bTOUlO is. and we nrn iimnd tnnr ' 'vvwii, iiu:i.iv euarc 01 lllwir 1'aironagc. SPECTACLES MADE A SPECIALTY. The money will bo refunded if we fail to giro fraiisfactlon. Eperlcnre and nrtiuaintanro with manu faetories gho us a siieelal advantage, with which we mean to Bonoflt Our Customers. AUJ. 1870. ltf r we as As J Of At MILLER SB Till G Machine Company (Successors to Fares, VTliolf d. Co.) 3IAXCFACTURERS OF REAPERS, MOWERS, SULKY HAT RAKES, (Geo. Deal's Tatent.) -ALSO, FARRA, WHOLF & CO.'S PLOWS! J. Long's Patera, Kos. 4 and 5. Pittsburgh Iron, Xos. 4 and 7. Pittsburgh Centre, wood beam, So. 4. "Queen of the West," iron or. steel mould hoard arranged for the same plow. Road Plows, with wronght-iron,l)ar shear. SCRAPERS -AND Corn Cultivators ! Large Iron Kettles. FAEM BELLS! .And a great variety of Joh Wort and Repairing DOSE ON SHORT NOTICE. SSyWc nso none.bnt the Tery best materia GIVE ITS A. CALL .' Before purchasing, as we are satisfied we can please in finish and quality of material. -kobebt i.oo,- I L. M1YZKS. 1 J. Poherene, Sirecton. J. JIOLVANE, I : O. A. Ma DO WELL. I J. MULVANE.-PWct. W. TV. RENFREW, CUrk. Aug.lKO.-ltf Stem, Hill Store Ho! For Paint Yalley ! WE wonld respectfully announce to the cit izens of this vicinity, that we arc receiv ing a Epicnum assortment 01 DRY QOODS GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QTJEENSWARB, &c. Which we will offer for sale nt the lowest nos sible cash prices. Wo can and we will sell rocmIs at a lower figure than can be sold else where in the connty, lor the simple reason that nave no mgn rents w pay, corporation ivnc olael- li irn anil nlhav emh lnitnmhntniM full upon merchants doing business in large towns. VTe will sell Best Standard Prints for cents. good Bleached Shirting for 8 cents a yard us was uversoiu in me county lor iz,4 cents. Men's Coarse Boots for $3,50. We have a full lino of Boots,. Shoes and Gaiters TVhIch we ask yon to call and examine before purcnasmg cisewnerc. Also a nice stock of MILLINERY GOODS.' wuicu we wiu sen low. 4-4 Stark A Shcetinc. br the bolt, at U cents READY - MADE .CLOTHING, Cheap for Cash. JOHN SPENCER & SONS. raintVallcy,O.,Sept.l8T0.' Ctf. AMERICAN Music Store, TV ootiter, O - T, P. BAIIGMDNER, XXVITK special attention to the largest and "t-Sl bClCClCU 5IOCK 01 PIANO FOETES, Cabinet Organs and Melodcons, the very best manufactures In the United ni.iiirs, ami ru FULLY WABBA2TTED. ALSO Accordeons, Violins, Guitars, and Musical Merchandise. ALSO THE REST Italian Strings, Sheet Music, iCc. Kept for sale at very low rates, ianos, Organs, Mclodeons aud Accordeons REPAIRED & TUNED In the most substantial manner. JGSyBe sure amlglvc mo a call. tht Comer Store, Amtrican Building, Woosur, Ohio. T. P. BAUMQARDNER- S.R TVEIEICII. F.AV.GASCIIE. NC5SBAUM. WElRIfin , GASCHE & C0,5 Opposite the Empire House, Keeps constantly"onhanda large.assortraentor HARDWARE, SCCII AS Iron, Steel, Nails, Glass, Sasli and Dtors, ixles, Springs and Fifth Wheels, Anvils, Mellows and Tweir Irons, A full stock, of Blacksmith Tools.. A FULL STOCK OP Carpenter's and Cabinet MaKersjl'oqis ! ' Just received and cheaper than ever. Planes, of every description, Chisels, Guages and Squares, Cast Steel Augers & Auger Bitts, Henry Diston Saws j Shoo Fly Saws, Solid Cast Steel Hammers, .. Solid Cast Steel Hatchets, Draw Shaves and Spoke Shaves, Broad Aaes. and Foot Adzes, And many other tools too numerous to mention. a line StOCJL, oi Saddler's asl Trimmer's Hardware. Iron over top Hames. Coach and Gig Hamcs, Buckets of all kinds, Bosetts and Ornaments, Trim Leather, Top Leather, Bash Leather, Enameled Muslin, Duck t- Drill, And a full stock of Saddler's Tools I Just received from the East. Also, a large as sortment oi Paint and Varnish Brushes, Camel Hair and Sable Stripers, Tube Colors & Transfer Ornaments, All kinds of Colors, dry and tn ou, Coach and Furniture Varnish, Eureka Colors, Fahnestock Lead, G. A.'Weirich Lead, A full stock of AT REDUCED PRICES. Door Bumpers, Sash Fasteners, Blind Hinges and Fastenings, Looking Glass Knobs, Picture Knobs, Coat and Hat Hooks 4 Corn Shellers, Cider Mills, Cross, Cut and Mill Saws, Lot of Farm Bells, Pittsburgh Centre Ploic, iron and wooden beam, New stock of Pocket Cutlery, Knives and Forks, Butcher Knives, Embroidering and Pocket Scissors, Smith & Wesson's Revolvers Powder Flasks and Shot Pouches, Bamrods for Bijles andShot Guns, Gun Barrels and Gun Bibs, Gun Locks and Triggers, Gun Wads, Bullet Moulds, A' full stock of Gun Maker's Ma terials, And everything usually found in a first-class iiaruware store. WEIRICH, CASCHE & CO. Jackson Street- opposite the Empire nouse. MiUersburg;, Ohio. 7tf MASSILLON- Agricultural WORKS. Agency for Wayne ! Holmes Counties. and JAMES BR0THEKS AGENT FOR Reapers, " Howers, Threshing Machines, &c. TTE has opened a Ware room at Frctlcricis 1L burr, where machinerv is kent for sale. ami -where all article for renalr irillherr- ccivetu iorwnrueu to snops ana returned. lie is also agent for the celebrated Clover Huller. M anufactnred at Ashland and TVoostcr, so ircll knows in this locality that it is not necessary iu cummenb iieru. Single & Combined Hullers, born otaiK. oc i-eeubuuura, reea mills, Feed Boilers, Plows, &c. Portable Steam Sato Mills and Steam Engines. The Agricultural Imnlcments manufacture,! nt Maslllon are not surnassed. if. 'indeed. cquaiicu uy any ouier cstauiianmcnu R7AU H.iclilncrv will be told at the same ,i mi Bit wu ouup. lie is also ascnt for the VICTOR GRAIN DRILL! Manufactured at Mansfield,- Ohio, which has trained a wido celebrity, it sows Wheat. Oats. ,tc, with ciual regularity, lie also has tno Champion of Iowa" Broadcast Seed Sower ! A new Patent. lie wtllltc found at the Varehouse. at Freder. Icksburg, every Saturday. Persons needing AcrlcultTrnl Maehlnprv WiU do well to call on him. Call and see machines, or send for catalogue. JAMES BROTHER!). At, 1170. ltf and the to vv BOOTS, SHOES, LEAT HER. S. n.CHERRYHOLMES &C0. ARE receiving direct from the manufactory, a very large stock of TVhich we are' offering at unusually LOW PRICES. Our Goods are all of the best quality. We Wan-ant All of Our Hand Made Goods. Men'sBoots, all prices. Boys Boots, $2.S0 to $4.50. Tooth'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. VTE ARE SELLING- EUBBEE GOODS, At manufactory prices, and will sell them. We hare a Iarselot Sole tote at Low Mess, 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 best quality of froods, bought for cash from first hands, and we are determined to sell at such low prices, so as to make the Boot, Shoe and Leather trade quite lively. . REMEMBER THE PLACE, At the Bed Front Boot and Shoe Store and at the Express Office. S. H. CHEEETH0I3IES & Co. MiUersbnrg, O, Sept. 12, 1K0. 4tf 1 Ayer's Hair Vigor, For restoring Gray Hair lo its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing irhich is at once agreeable, healthy, and effected for preserving the hair. Faded or gray hair is soon restored lo its original color, with the gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thick ened, falling hair checked, and bald ness often, though not always, cored by its use. Nothing can restore the hair where the follicles are destroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed. Snt such as remain can be saved for usefulness by this application. Instead of fooling the hair with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or falling off, and consequently prevent baldness. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations dangerous, and injurious to the hair, the Vigor can only benefit bat not harm it. If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else can bo foond so desirable. Containing neither oil nor dye, it does not soil white cambric, and yet lasts long on the hair, giving it a rich, glossy lustre and a grateful perfume. Prepared-by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co Practical and Analytical CimnsTS, XOWIXL, MASS. PBICE SLOO. For sale by Druggists every where- Cyl Jas. E. Wescott, MERCHANT TAILOR I AND DEALER IX Gents' Furnishing Goods, Wooster, O. To those iloslmne nf i fz.wl VI, s?n.-wl Good Ilarc-alns. I rmiM &av th.1t I hAVA constantly on hand evcrr Tarietr of goods and very latest sty les, which I make up at rates suit purchasers. JAS. E. WESCOTT. MOHAIR GOODS! Switches, cnignons, Curls, &c. A full and fashionable supply. .0 BOOK STORE, Aus.a,lS70.-lmS Mniersburr.O. THE BEST. IRST-RATE CIGARS! FIVE AND TEN CENTS. iioloanlo b Ilotnll, Auff. SO, im-lm4 At tha BOOK STORE" JUtMlaM&c'Mm.ism Z THE BEST, Aar- SO, ll70.-lmJ AttatXOOSSCOBX.