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Farm and Household.
THE PITTING OF ROOTS AND VEGETABLES. ETABLES. Bv no means fail to carefully examine the pits in which pota toes.and especially beets, turnips. ruta-l)agas,&c- are placed, before the final winter covering is added, ft kent too' warm they are apt to sweat,and subsequently heat and rot. If this is the case they should be aired sufficiently to thoroughly dry them, and in the case of rotting, the decayed por tion must be carefully picked awav. Avoid covering too deep lywith earth until just before cold weather sets in. Hie cooler roots are kept short of absolute freezing the better. More roots are lost bv keening them too warm, than by freezing ; and this season of high priced pota toes it will pay to take extra care in wintering the surplus". Even small potatoes will be worth more next ?nnng lor seed man largi ones were last season. HOW TO COOK MEATS. Salt pork, previous to either broiling or frying, should be par boiled ten minutes. Cut the slices a quarter of an inch thick pare off the rind and fry by itself, but place the slices in cold water and heat gradually to boiling, The pork is thus nicely freshened and the remainder ot its' cookin done more delicately. Set the water aside in which the pork is parboiled, and when it is cool re move the fat that rises and add it to the dish alter the broiling or frying, and, if you like, thicken it with a little flour and milk; if you do not wish for gravy save it to shorten pastrv, for winch it is very nice. bausages should also he par boiled in the same way before broiling or frying ; if in skins prick them first very closely with a fork, or the skins will be likely to crack and the meat be scatter ed. Some persons parboil and partiallyfrythem'soon after they are made, then pack them in stone jar and pour melted lard over them, keeping them thus free from taint for .some months, JJacon keeps very nice ll it is sliced, the rind trimmed off, the lean separated from the fat, the fat slightly fried, and then both lean and fat packed in ajar and the liquid fat that has fried out poured over it If not prepared in this way it should be sewed up m cloth or thick paper bags im mediately after it is smoked, and laid down m clean shavings, saw dust or straw (dry oats are very good for this purpose) and kept in a cool, dark place. lhe lean of bacon-requires much less broil mg or trying than its tat, so it is always best to seperate and cook each by llsell, and when done ar range them together on the dish. A slow, moderate fire is best for frying all sorts of meat ; but hied meat is so hard to digest it should seldom be seen at table that is, fried lean meat ; it is more generally necessary to fry fat meat ; but always liroil, if possi ble in preference. To roast, or rather bake meat as range or stove ovens are more generally used than roasters first see that your oven is hot enough to hiss loudly at a sprinkle 01 cold water, then place the meat, the bony side downward, upon a griddle, in a sheet-iron pan. Use no skewers, or as few as possible. Four into the pan boiling water to the depth of half an inch, and dissolve in this water a teaspoonful of salt for every five pounds of meat. Re plenish the evaporation of this water every half hour with more of the same temperature. In most ovens,with a brisk lire, twenty minutes is sufficient time to allow for roasting each pound ol beet, mutton, lamb or venison - pork and -veal tcquire half an hour, a shoulder or leg of pork rather more. Look at the meat often during the first fifteen min utes. If it browns very soon lay over it a buttered paper or a pan 01 water m the oven with it, When the upper side is nicely nrowned turn it, placing the bones upward ; notice how long this has taKen, and when the same time has elapsed shake salt over it, baste with- the liquid in the pan, sprinkle with Hour from the dredging-box, turn the bony side down again, and reverse the ends. And thus every twenty minutes turn, baste and flour the meat till you can penetrate it it easily with a fork. If it is very fat, before it is half done, that which has dripped from it bhould be dipped or poured off; ano, atterward, at every basting. This should be saved, clarified by boiling in water a short time; (if tne meat was highly seasoned r 1: r- , , . . jew suces 01 raw potato ined in it will Temove the flavor) and used for making pastrv or for fry ing cakes or meat while it is new. Thicken the gravy as for fried meats and serve in a separate aisn. Cooked thus without skew ers, frequently basted and flour ed, the meat retains its juices and is tender and well flavored, Unless veal is quite lat slices ol salt pork should be skewered or tied to it when it is about half done, and roasted with it; or else butter melted in the gravy with which it is basted. A leg of veal or of mutton is much improved by stuffing. For this make deep incisions in the meat and fill them with equal portions of fresh bread crumbed and of salt pork cut nearly as small as sausage-meat, and sea soned with pepper, pulverized sage and sweetranjoram or thyme and sew up these with a strong tinead to be cut and taken out before carving. Thicken the gravy- and serve as with other roast "meats; ii lrcsn sjiouider, or leg, or cheeks of pork, to be roasted should have the rind cut through witli a sharp knife in stripes half an inch m width. Tulvenzed sage and pepper should be rub bed into these cuts, and the rind greased with butter or lard a to a as be to ol do It bo for her to nrevent its blistering. The lean portions mav be stuffed by making incisions and filling them with bread crumbs moistened with milk, or a beaten egg, and seasoned with sage or majoraili, pepper and salt to the taste. Be careful not to scorch the rind mm it and baste it very.frequent- lv to prevent this. A pig to be roasted, should be killed when a month old. "Wash it well, cut off the feet at the first joint, and sprinkle salt over.it an hour before it is smiled, lhe stuffing should be similar to that for a leg of pork ; fill it full with this, rub the skin with butter to prevent blisters, and tie the legs to keep them in the proper place. Shake flour over it, and set it on a jrriddle in the baking pan, the pan being half full of hot water. Turn it and baste and flour it very often, ii you like, add butter to the gravy when it is half baked. Boil the liver and the leet an hour, and then add the liquor in which they are boiled to that in the baking pan ; cut open the feet and chop the liver, and after the gravy is thickened add them to it. Three hours will cook it. Kabbits and woodchucks are highly esteemed by some persons; they need similar preparation and cooking to a young pig, but will be baked in two hours. Cor. N. E. Farmer. Fireside Department. STUDY. When the Lord said, "let there be light," darkness was dispersed. So with the increasing light of modern education the fog, and mist, and darkness of ignorance and superstition are being con stantly dissipated. The artisan and mechanic are working out their problems m art and meclian icsmore easily and economically. The professional man arrives at conclusions by known rules, through scientific deductions. Agriculture may be denominated the sum of all science, because it should be founded upon data drawn from all science every known science being tributary to it. Therefore the more scientific knowledge the farmer has, the more easily will he be able to draw correct conclusioiis-relatklK. to his profession. Uiese long evenings are just the time lor a farmer to begin his course of win ter reading. Let him not delay or postpone tins, but at once com mence to prepare himself for the coining year by learning some new theory. I m THE ONE THING NEEDFUL. "I remember," said the Eev. Geo. Burder, "a woman whose house was on fire. She was very active in moving her goods, but forgot her child, who was sleep ing in the cradle. At length she remembered the babe, and ran with earnest desire to save it. But, alas ! it was too late ; the suffocating smoke and roaring flames forced her back; and, in agon', which none but a bereav ed mother knows,sh a exclaimed, 'Oh, my child ! my child ! I have saved my goods, but I have lost my child!'" So will it be with many a one at the last,who, "care ful and troubled about manv things." has forgotten his soul. "I got a good trade," will one say, "but lost my soul :" "I got office' will another say, -"but lost my soul; I got friends, but God is mine enemy ; 1 got the world,but alas ? I am now in hell, too poor, too helpless to obtain a drop of water to cool my parched tongue!" lhe loss ot the soul is a loss irrep arable, utner losses may be re paired, but there is no second soul for him who has lost one. Reader,take care of thy soul first, other matters atterward; for though the body died, the soul lives. And now, if ever, it must be saved. "jow," emphatically "is the accepted time;" and now "is the dav of salvation." A WORD TO FATHERS. We have read a story of a lit tie boy, who, when he wanted new suit of clothes, begged his mother to ask his father if he might have it. The mother sug gested that the boy might ask lor himself. "1 would," said the boy, "but I don't feel well enough acquainted with him." There is sharp reproof to the father in the reply ot ins son. Manv father keeps his children ao at a distance lrom him,that they never leei conhdently acquainted with him. They feel that he is a sort, of monarch in the family. They ieei no laminanty with him. They fear him and respect him and even love him some, for chil dren can not help loving some. everybody about them, but they seldom get near enough to him feel intimate with him. Thev seldom go to him with their little wants and trials. They approach mm tnrougn the mother. They tell her everything. Thev have highway to her heart on which they go in and out witli perfect freedom. In this keenine-off pian, tamers are to blame. Chil i - ... - dren should not be held off. Let them come near. Let them be intimate with the father as mother. Let their little hearts freely opened. It is wicked freeze up the love-fountains little ones' hearts. Fathers them an injury by living with tnem as strangers. This drives many a child away from home for the sympathy Ins heart craves, and often into improper society. nurses discontent and distrust. which many a child does not out grow m his lifetime. Open vonr hearts and your arms, oh,faf hers ; free witli your children : ask their wants and trials; play with them; be fathers to them ruly, and then they will not need mediator between themselves and vou. u bc COMFORT. "A friend of mine told me of a visit he had paid to a poor woman, overwhelmed with trouble, in little room, but. she always seemed cheeiful. She knew the Kock. -Why. saidhe,Mary.you must have very dark days, they must overwhelm vou with cloud: sometimes.'' Ye." she said, 'but then I often find there's comfort in a cloud, Mary?" 'Yes,' sh said, "when I am verv low and dark I go to the window, and if I see a heavy cloud, I think of those precious words, -A cloud recie ved Him'o u I of th eir aigJt i and I look up and see the cloud sure enough, and then I think. Well that may be the cloud that hides Him. and so vou see there is comfort in a cloud."" IMPROVEISIF"rr -I-N" Ladies' Boots. F. SEAL, lias just received a new inven tion, in the wa of an improve ment in Ladies' Boots. The boot is made high in' the leg, with elastic sides. "The improvement consists in arranging the elastic and Jm mg, that the elastic will claspui ankle ; and the lining, while pro tecting the-elastic from the sweat of the foot, will also yield to its contraction and expansion. Its great beauty is this: that it is easy to put on, fits snugly when on, and'protects the foot and limb from cold. It will certainly be favorite with the ladies. Samples can be seen at his shop. - Mr. Seal.has; the sole right for this town and township. Shop overBird's'CIothing Store iotr Mrs. BAT-TOT, fTlAKES this method of announcing to her !- P'"1"' -" the public .generally, that she nas removea to tne room recently occupied, uy fail k mm GOODS FrencTi Flowers, Willoiv Feathers, Ostrich D Vulture Flumes, Sasli & JSonnet Ribbons, Flats & Bonnets French Corsets, Skeletons, Linen Collars and Cliffs, Elastic Jtibbon, Hose and Half ITose ami Xolions. Thankful for nast lmtronnre. she honis bv iiuxutur. - 1211 TT.OjrTIIE MILLERSBURG MILLS. JOHN P. LAEIMEE KEEPS constantly on hand at his store-room a.rew, doors west of.tho.Empire House, .v.i.wuuie wuiu, U MJlpiV oi FAMILY FL O Hit, 11 YE FLOUR. CORN MEAL, And all other things in the line. Feed of Kinds, Kept for sale. COUNTRY PRODUCE ! BOUGHT AXD SOLD. Deals larirelv in FRFSTT PISIT arA oWot-. keeps the best. Keeps a wagon in readiness to deliver what ever is ordered. "Mulct sales and small profits" is his motto. OctS0.lK0.-9tr J. P. LARIMER. J. & G. ADAMS, BANKERS. Do a General Banking, Discount and Deposit Business, MAKE COLLECTION'S ASI) SELL REV- EN UK STAMPS. OFFICE IN T. II. RAIFF'.S CORNER, Mtllersburff, Ohio. lyl A. I). WORK, MILLEItSnUUG, OHIO. T"rJALEIl in Wheat ami live llreail. ChLos. AJ I'ies and Candle. A full assortment of roccries fcept constantly on hand. LUNCHES served at all hours of the dav. Come and see us. i t f S"b"bn.tli Seliool. WILL he supplied with Qiri:ST10N" HOOKS at the mililMier's prices. We also keep on hand a large lot of small, cheap Testaments, suitable ior fcabbnth School schol ars. What wo haven't imt in this line. Hint mnv wanted, will be procured if tKissiblc. HOOK hTOUi:, .Millersburg. SOMETHING NEW! The Family Bible! With Xntfs anH JnulriicHmm. luct published by the American Tract Society, livery family should have one. For sale at the HOOK STORE. Auf.so,is;o. lms r we for To to plain ine Lome ami H. p. Mccormick, T, Mne "Watches a I CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, j Musical Instruments, Spectacles, 4c. WAV- Elgin Watches The-e cuts represent the two first-clasi Watches made bv the National Watch Comna pansion balance, aajusieu 10 neai ana com un j eweieiu raicnt centre x'inion ana if use Hand. We will keep all other grades of the same Watches LOWEK THAN CAS 11 H0UG1IT in IIolnie6 County. FZUC! LIST : H. W. Raymond. 117 00 37 00 28 CO II. 7- Culver, H. H. Taylor, 3 Sl.'Whceler, S3 Lady Elgin, SI 00 Wit fJ.JiC. .1.! WALTHAM WATCHES Wc will sell., ami nil other pootl. flrst-rlns American Watches, lmrer than can ho hail in the town or eountr. Vine COfX bILVEU and (.ulij casks, atSA-MK KATK5, also Chains, CLOCKS! Arc will sell (lorl: THW AT HOUSE IX T X. Trr ns. Mr in m ni (i m i or ne t nirroid ior iUUl GOODS, SILVER, WJEfcE I Tea Sets, CaVc Baskets, Castors. Tabic Spoons, torts. Tea Jspoons, Irorj- Handled a small amount of frreenh-irfcc- lhlM'e Knife, Spoon and Fork, put up in a nice, little trar, cheap. Call and take a peep at them. All jvnncbbouiuy us iiavc nice iraTb iinea wuu SPECTACLES! suit all ages, of the finest grades, mounted nit. or no par. VIVP .TKWKt.V. nlirnva nn lfin.l Srt.J.l gold King. Also, Silver Rings in grpat ruricij . r inc iioiu rina, mum, unarms vc. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Violins of the finest nualitr.aKo.c hean one's. Accord eon -j. Fiencli. (icmiini. Ac. Aa-entfiip nesi iiHitan mini firings in me world. anil tee litem, i nmtmiigsrorthc lolm Accordcmi, always on hand. Instrument epairod 10 oruer, Ac. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, rtfiiisip.al Instruments, &c. Vfjidired ami Wurmntctlun Slmrl Xnlire. i ni:Mi:.ii!r.i: tiii: i'i.acI:, T P. McCormick's Store. Main Street, - Millersburg, (). to 1 J. C. Corta & Co. HATS ! HATS ! AXD lei's FornisMnE Store! A LARGU ASSORTM JtT OF SUMMER AND FALL STYLES, consisting or Sill:, Fur, Flush, Casslmere anil Wool SATS! At prices from 75 cents to $G 00. A Splendid Assortment of SILK. tC- CLOTS CAPS From 30 cents to $1 73. Bnrlock Diamond. Shirts ! riain and Fancy from 1 50 to $3 00. BURCLAR-PROOF UMBEELL AS ! Something Xew 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 uncneye nais We invite the nnhlle in general tn eivtin a. I call and ev.iminV m.r Ktlr. Wa hA IUtaxd Uap Trade a specialty andcanaf-l ioni to sr.L.u K.iiti'tAS. man anr ona in tins i Ilemcmber the ulare fVimernf Jur.lrtmn tml j. c. corbus & CO. Ans.lSTO.-ltf o o O u H V 01 1 2- era m N GFO. GRIFFIN'S Liver?, Feefl & Sale Slaliles, Corner of Adams and Mad Anthony MillorsbTU'e, O. TTAVIXG a goal stock of Horses, snbstan-1 jljl nai ana lasnioname carriages, I am prc- tn ..Mni.nn.Utn Ihn ....l.tl. .1 .11 .:i I ..n H, ,l.u..mu..y ..jfuuill, fll UU HUIITS, I liuggics, Carriages and Saddle Jlorses. USyStalls and Feed always ready for Hor- SimfrtntfMlllillir nir lllicinn. in ntnnn ...1 keeiiinirtlielM'Stofenlblovees. 1 am nrenVreil Iced and tac tlic best of care of Horses cn- iruMeu 10 my cnitrgr, at reasonable rates. C3rX.-m 3VT3Z3 OAIiIi. GKOUGE G15IFFIX. Millersburg; Lime ISln ! MILE EAST Or TOWN, ON" THE MAXWELL FAI1M. ifll under;riiei would reflect fully liounce lti lt.it i.i.l.lii. llmt tluv havn rnn. ily'if' lm"11' nt H'rLilu, asurriorqtial And an- prepared to nil all orders promptly. lm: HECKER 4. BURNET. i lie I i I I I I I I 1 I I i I I I I l I I in I is vv o o 90 Ha Young Men. XTOW can you finish your toilet for an even- .I. J.. ing can among me t air unes wunoux a WATCH! That indisDensahle article of dres. It i St-ECIALSEUVICE. if the eveninir has "flown on nnge! wings," and the hours bem to eount among; tee t luuttrs. A XICE WATCH, that von will not ashamed to show, can be bought JDOW, FRET'S Every One Warranted ! The Farmer, Mechanic orIIousetvife, can get Serviceable Timekeepers TO SUIT THEM, in appearance or quality. It is notnecessarr to invite PROFESSION AL GENTLEMEN for they all know where intii-ooiuiiJi.i. ana we are proua iosay n c ictcurc u nucrai suarv vi mcirpatronaj SPECTACLES MADE A SPECIALTY. Th mB.stn v. r. i a t w ".V""i " wc up bub satisfaction. ExDCrienea and aeonaintanee with m.tnn. factories give us a special advantage, with Benefit Our Customers. Aug. 1870. WARNER'S PILE REMEDY Warner's Pile Remedy has never failed (not even in one cnsel tn rnre thn verv vnrct leases Of llllncL Itehinp or Ttlepriinir PtlK Those who are afflicted should immediately call on their druggist and get Warner's TIle imaci'i. it is expressly ior ine 1'lies ana is not recommended to euro any other disease. It has cured many cases of over 30 years standing. 1 rice $1. For sale by druggists everywhere. DYSPEPSIA. Warner's Dyspepsia Tonic is prepared expressly for Dyspeptics and those suffering with habitual Costivencss. It is a slightly stim" ulating tonic and a splendid appetizer; it sircngiucns tne stomacn ana restores the di I gestive organs to their healthy state. Weak. nervous and dyspeptic persons should use War- xek's uTsrirsiA tonic, tor sale bv Drar. fits lb. iijwuuc uuuir. Co ii cvli IV o IVIoi-e. Warner's Couch Balsam is healing. softening and expectorating. The extraordi- iiarv power it possesses in immediately reliev- ing. and eVCUtuallV curing, thn mnst nhetlnata cases of Coughs, Colds Sore Throat, Bronchitis Influenza, Catarrh, Hoarseness, Asthma and Consumption Is almost Incredible. So prompt is the relief and certain its effects In all the above cases, or any affection of the throat or lungs, that thousands of phv;icians are daily prescribing it, and one and all say that it is the most healing and expectorating medicine Iuown. uae nose always anoras relief, and in most cases one bottle effects relief. Sold by ;"obuwi wiuw. i-ricc uucuouar. It iS VOnrOWnfanlt if Toil Still rnnirh nut ciir. fer. The Balsam will cure. Wine of Life. Theirreat Blood Purifier and nnl!lnn n.t.v Warner's Vinum Vitae, or Wine of Llfe,-isfrcCffrom any poisonous drags orlm- Ii'uriue, ueimrpreparea xortnose who require st imulant It is a splendid appetizer and tonic ana tne nnest tning in the world for purifying the blood. It is the most nlpft cnnt anrait:n art icle evor offered to the public, far superior to brandy, whisky, wine, bitters, or any other article. It is more healthy and cheaper. Both male and female, young or old, can take the WinoofLlfe. it is. inTiu-t nr.nn.... iiuau wuu wi5ii to enjoy gooancaith i and A fW. now ox nveiy spirits, will i spirits, will do well to take the L It IS dfflerpnfc fmm n.tl.t.. v ino or laic. ever before in psc. It is sold by druggists ; also at all respectable saloons. Price One Dollar, in quart bottles. Emmenagogue. Warner's Emmenacrocun is the nniv article known to euro the Whites, (it will cure every cascj Where is the family in wnieh this Imnortantmedicinn inithTr,.ta.n it... in., nun tne greatest blessing ever offered yon, and you should immediately procure it. It also a sure cure for Female Irregularities, and mav be tlcnendeii unm, in ,.t ; the monthly flow has been oltructed throug'., tS'r ,0,r(1te, 'i.HT lIrffEi?ts. fticelS lar and a Quarter. 1 Address 619 State St., Chicago, in. I3yl Robert C IUxvzlu John T. N iiwrLt. R.C.&J.T. MAXWELL, KETAILEIES Ol' HeadyBXi,clo CLOTHZXTG! CLOTHS, CASSIMF.RES, img Triinlis,Yalises5Notions,&c 3IA1N STKEKT, SVKillox-ia'bux'fir, - OIilo. mr THE BEST. FIRST-RATE CIGARS! FIVE AND TEN CENTS. lioleaale eh Retail. Aug. SO, lSTU.-lul'l At tht HOOK STORE-,' it BOOTS, SHOES AND LEATHER. S. n.CIIERRYHOLMES & CO A HE receiving direct from the manufactory a very large stock of Which we are offerintr At itnncnllv Tllv PRICES. Our Goods are all of the best quality. We Warrant All of Our Hand Jfade 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 KUBBEE GOODS, At manufactory price. TTe have a larffclot iiuu mil bciLiuem. Sole Leatlter at Low Prices, From 30 to 35 Cents. Shoe Maker's Tools and Findinns at Prices far Below Old Prices. Our stock is full and comnlcte. nil of the heat quality of goods, bought for cash from first UIU1U5, mm wb are determined 10 sen at sucn loir prices, so as to make the Boot, Shoe and REMEMBER TflE PLACE, At the Jied Front Soot and Shoe btore ana at the JZxpress Office. S. H. CHERRYHOLMES & Co. Millersburg-, O., Sept. 12, 1S70. 4ti MILLFRSB TJR G Machine Company (Successors to Farra, Wholf & Co.) MAXUTACTUKER3 OF REAPERS, MOWERS, AND THBESMI MACHINES SULKY HAT BAKES, (Geo. Seal's Tatcnt) -ALSO. FARRA, WHOLr & CO.'S PLOWS! J. Long's Patera, Xos. 4 and 5. Tittsburgh Iron, Xos. i and 7. Fittsburgh Centre, wood beam, Xo. 4. "Queen of the West," iron or steel, mould- iwaru ai i aiiuu ior me sauie piun Koad Plot's, with wrought-iron bar shear. SCRAPERS AND Corn Cultivators! Large Iron Kettles. FAKM BELLS! And a great variety of II,OW 3?OI3MTS. Job Work and Repairing DONE ON" &1I0KT NOTICE Jfiy-We use none but fHe very best materia iiiauufacturing. GITB US A CALL ! rtrforepurcliasinr, as we aref satifled tiecan pirate iu mush andualitynf walrnai. I.UBKKT 1.UNU, I I. MAYEK. I J. l'OMXKKNK, f )."WfO. .1. .Ml'l.ViNk-, 1 K.A.JIODOWttt. I J. MULVANE,.'r""y'"'- W. llFFREW, Vl,rl: Auj. 1870.-1 tf MASSILLON Agrimltiiral WORKS. Agency for Wayne Holmes Counties. and JAMES BROTHERS AGENT FOE Reapers, Mowers, TlircsliiiigJIacliines, &c. TTE has oocned a Warcroom at Fredericks- n burgr, where machinery is kept for sale, ana wnere an amcies ior repair win uc re ceived, iorwaraen to snops ana returned. He is also agent for the celebrated Clover Huller, Manufactured at Ashland and Wooster, so well known in this locality that it is not necessary to comment nere. Single & Combined Hullers worn aiam oc reentiuiiors, Feed Mills, Feed Boilers, Plows, &c. Portable Steam Saw Mills and Steam Engines. The Agricultural Implements mannfactured (Lb junssiuuu arc uub surpiuscu. it, mumf cquauea uy any otner estaDiisnmcnt. SS?A11 Machinerr will be sold at the same ys ices us wc auvp. He is also agent for the VICTOR GRAIN DRILL Manufactured at Mansfield, Ohio, which has gained a wide celebrity. It sows Wheat. Oats, Seeds, 4c with equal regularity. He also has tbe "Champion of Iowa" Broadcast seed sower : A new ratent. He will be found at the Warehouse, at Freder- lCEsDnrg, every aaiuruay. Persons needing Agricultural Machinery will do weu to call on nitc Call and see machines, or send for catalogue. JAMES BROTHERS Aug. 1870. ltf - WHITAKER&CHILDS "We desiro to express our thunks to a discerning public for their substantial appreciation of our ef forts to popularize the STAR and make it the model store of AVooster City. Establishing our business on the only true princi pie, to sell no goods by misrepre sentation, which has rendered the STAR CLOTHING STORE SUCCESS, we desire, therefore, to be distinctly understood that we offer and will sell all our LARGE STOCK of New Goods for Fall and "Winter wear at Lower Prices for the CASH, than can be ob tained in any other store in "Wooster City, Wayne and adjoin ing counties. Remember, NO MISREPRE SENTATION, QUICK SALES for the CASH, and SMALL PROFITS, is the motto of the STAR CLOTHING STORE. WHITAKER & CHILDS, Two Doors from J. Zimmerman? Drug Store, Wooster, O. AMERICAN Music Store, "W ooster, O. T. P. BMMGiiRDNER, TXVITES special attention to the largest and l DCbfc STlCC&fU MUCK Ol PIANO FORTES, Cabinet Organs and Melodcons, Of the very best manufactures in the United FULLY WA RltAXTFD. -ALSO Accordeons, Violins, Guitars, xsn Musical Merchandise. ALSO THE BEST Italian Strings, Sheet Music, tc. Kept for sale at very low rates. ianoi. Organs, Melodcon and Arcordcons REPAIRED & TUNED In the most f ubslantial uianarr. (Br sure amUgire me a call. At the Comer Store, American Untitling, II ooster, VMo. tf T- P- BAUMCARONER- Boa THE " HOWE" IMP110VED Sewing Machine ! II AVKG all the lato improvements, aJapt 4J. cd to every variety ofsewinj. unequalled in excellence and durability. It will hem, hem-stitch, braid, cord, tuck, quill, fell, ruffle, embroider, fringe, and every other variety of sewinir, better than any other machine manu factured. The HOWE MACIIIXE being; adapted to sew all grades, from the finest, lightest mate rial, to the heaviest cloth or leather. They are easily understood and operated, because they are simple, and contain very little machinery. It is only necessary to give the machine a fair trial to substantiate all that is claimed for it. The wearing; parts of our Machines being case hardened, will last for twenty years at least Examine the HOWE carefully before buying any other machine. Important to Boot and Shoe Man- vfaeturers. We beg to. call the attention of Boot and Shoe manufacturers to the celebrated Universal Peed, or Elastic Sewing Machine I Specially-adapted for stitching new Elastics into old Boots and Shoes, whilst the soles are on, 4c. This Machine supplies a want that has long; been felt by boot and shoe manufacturers, and, though many imperfect machines have been produced whicn, for variety and quality of Price of Machine Complete $125.00 American Fashions. The question whether Americans are equal to the task of designing the style of their own garments may be considered settled The linn of . Bntterick & Co- haye, by a successful ex periment, established the fact that gannenU designed and mannfactured in our own Land, are superior in general fitness and beauty to imported costumes. The sudden rise and ex traordinary growth of this establishment is a matter of surprise toeTen the most sanguine, who hare longed for the dav when America would assert its superiority in the matter of dress as fully as it has done in other respects. Independent, 31 ay 3, 1870. ,8S"We are Agents for these celebrated Faabions. MENT7EZ & ROOD, Agents for 'Wavne, Holmes and Summit Coun ties, 135 South Howard street, Akron; Ar eadome store, 'Woo-stenand Millersburg, O. Sun. CHAELE3 A. DANA. Editor. A Newspaper of tbe Present Times Intended for People Nowon Earth Including Farmers. Mechanics. Alerchtnts.Profesiloaai Men, "Worfcera. Tblakers, and all Manner of Honeit Folks, and the Wires. Sons, and Daughter of alliaca. ONLY ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t OXE HUNDRED COPIES FOR 330, Or less than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a 850 Club at erery Post Office. 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