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There's wNcry that wc know not f In this bright world of ours And many an aching head there is Ueneath a vreajh of flowers- Ilowoftthetnrfaceof the tea Shines calmly in the light, AVhilc xv reck of f-torms that lie henealh Ji re hidden from onr sight. Oil, let us, then he kind to all. Vorwrecan seldom tell IIt that a hich on the ace appear r vhat in the heart doth dwell. Be kind to all; on kindness han?; Our hopes of future bliss. And, while-we trust His kindly lore. Our friend, remember tlii: There's misery that we know not of In this bright world of ours And many an aching' bead there i liencath a wreath of flower. Farm and Household. HORSE REMEDIES. I send you three remedies for horses which are valuahle. The liniment recipes have -heen nold manv times at ten d6llars eaeh Cube fob Bots. Take eight ounces each of beeswax, mutton tallow and sugar, melt m one quart of new-milk, put into a bot tle and drench the horse while the solution is- (warm enough not to allow the wax to cool. Two hours later give plivsic. Horse Liximext. One-fourth ounce eacli of white vitriol, one ounce sugar ot lead, one ounce saltpeter; -flIsso1ve- in - one-half pint of wine or-" brandy. T Nervf or Bone Liniment. One pint of alcohol, two' ounces cachot orangum and oil of spike, One ounce each of sweet oil,spir- lts of liartshorn,and camphor gum one-fourth ounce each of oil hem locir ana sassairas; one ounce each of British oil and harlem oil. If to be used upon human flesh the two last ingredients should be Jeft out: 1 ' lms is . one of th most valuable liniments. Ohio Marnier. CONTRIVANCE FOR WEIGHING HAY. Farmers frequently have occa . . 1. T - t - ' 1 sion lu weigii siiiuu juis ui nay and. lew- nave the convenience for doing it. To weigh off a ton of hay by tying up one or tw hundred pounds at a time, with cordjis no small job. Ah exchange describes a very simple contn vanee, which saves the tying, at least, and is very easy and cheap to make. It consists ol an up right standard, live or six feet in length, of 4 by 4 scantling round pole will do as well. Near the' bottom of this standard, two two-inch holes are bored at right angles to each other. Hound, straight poles are slipped through these holes, projecting some three or four feet each side of the standard. On :the ends of these poles are laid and fastened light, narrow strips of boards or poles lornnng a square, the sidei of which are equally distant from the standard. Ji. clevis is attach ed to the top end of the standard m which to hook the steel-yard The usual lever arrangement is used tcraise tlif liny, which is simply pitched on the platform, When not in use the cross poles an be slipped out, and the whole stored in a small place. Scottish Jtarmer- HARDEN THE NECKS OF YOUR TEAMS. Some horses have tender skin and the harness will sometimes gall them cruelly, in defiance of all means to prevent it. But many times, the true cause is at tributable to a bad collar, bad harness, or to a good harness lm properly fitted to the animal. A voke of bows that do not lit the oxen well will often gall them, and unfit them for labor, when if these things were as they ought to be, they would work with far more ease, and their skin would not be' galled- When a harness or yoke of bows do -.not fit properly,, nnd their skin is liable to be galled. bathe those parts before they are galled with cold water until the outside skin appears quite soft, and then bathe those parts with a strong decotion of white oak bark. Let this be done every day, and the skm will become much harder and tougher than it usually is. A little care m pre venting an , is far. better than L much labor and skill in curing-it, or in endeavoring to obviate its injurious effects. Working Far mer, Shall the Surplus Sheep be Starved or Petted. .Winter is near at hand and every owner of a flock of sheep should make his arrangements for it In most of the Northern Slates: an exaggerated feeling of discouragement still pervades the growers of fine wool, ilany of them wintered their Hocks poorly last winter, on the ground that they could not afford to feed them well and probably will do the same mis wiiuer. mis m our opinion is a cruel and suicidal policy. Less returns are thus ob tained from a given amount of food. Thirty half starved sheep will produce less good merchantable wool than twenty properly kept ones; will lose twice or three times as many by death; and will not raise half as many lambs And what fanner possesing ji spark of humanity is willing to see these poor denfeseless animals which allord one of the great est and most indispensable neces saries ol human lile .driven to eke out a scanty supplv of hav or straw by digging through the snow lor,or cropping from the icy and storm swept fields.grass which has been rendered almost wholly innutritious by freezing the sheep every day growing thinner and weaker,many of the inlamb ed.ewes incapable of rising with their burthen, and dying in par turition.. A more painful specta cle of brute suffeu'ng than a flock in such condition near the close of winter, cannot be witnessed. - And we believe that morality has a voice in this matter as veil as humanity. We believe that no man lias a moral right to sub ject the useful domestic animals. is to hue provided to supply his wants, to the gratuitous and brutal cruelty of starving and torturing them to death by inches. It is purely gratuitous cruelty; Jwery one has a right to kill his domestic animals when necessary, and the mode should be prompt and in stantaneous. Every flock master who has more sheep than lie .can keep properly or sell, should kill the surplus when winter sets in if begets nothing from them but the pelts. Death comes to them as a friend,saving them and others from protracted suffering, and not increasing the aggregate mortality. The remainder escape suflenng,andmake better returns to the' owner than would the whole flock under the starving treatment. Randall, in Rural New yorke. Fireside Department. WHERE HELL IS. 'I wish to ask you a question," said Mr. Sharp to our young min ister as he met him in the btreet, "I am anxious to know where hell is. The Bible I have read, ge ographies, histories, and ' other books, and I can't find out where it is exactly." The young minister placing his hand on his shoulder, and looking earnestly into his eyes, replfed encouagingly", "My dear sir, don't be discouraged ; 1 am sure you will find out after awhile. As for myself,,I have made no in quiries, and really don't wish to know, 'where hell is.' About heaven I have thought and read, and studied a great deal. I wish to make that my home, and by the help of the Lord I will. Ask me about heaven and I can talk I don't know where hell is,and you had better not find out." Observer and Commonwealth. A CHRISTIAN'S COMFORT. The best ground of comfort and confidence which a man can feel,that he is God's son and abid ing in His favor, is that he is "led by the Spirit of God." Nor is it difficult for any one to discover, .whether this be the case, or no; since "the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, long suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith,meek ness, temperance." If, there fore, a man find these graces in his own heart and conduct, he may be sure that they must be planted there by God; the fruits of his good Spirit ; and that he, being led by the bpint, is tlie'Son of God: And as this is their support and comfort, so it is a caution to the best and wisest, that from that blessed eminence they may at any moment fall; and consequently no care can be too great to preserve themselves from the sin of grieving the Holy Spirit of God, by whose presence in their hearts thev are sealed to the day of redemption. Be dili gent, therefore, in -using these outward means of grace,whereby God sanctifies His children from the- world ; bo studious to walk where the, bpint leads, lest that blessed Spirit be withdrawn and be lowly and humble before the Most High, since it is to such only that an increase or continu ance of the Divine favor is prom ised. Bishop ltebcr. CHRISTIAN SONG. Many think song is a luxury which they have a nght to deny themselves if' they please. Few have thought it a duty that they should be instructed in, Christian song themselves, and should teach it to their families; and yet the command to sing is as ex plicit as the command to pray, ana we ao not think ol neglect ing to teach our household to pray. 1 ou will bear witness, the greatest trouble of Christian ex perience is what we may call the liquelaction of thoughtmto emo tion. The Greek method of cul ture was philosophical, and we have followed largely in the same direction. This is an important element in the education of the people, but we find it difficult to express the wine of emotion from the cluster of thought. lhe wings God has given us to fly up to Him are the wings of song. lhe lyrical element is the best expression of feeling. All forms of experience have been touched in the poetry of chant ana song. Why should we neg lect these gatherings of expres sion? Why should vou tr'v bv thought to get to God, when you can sing your way to Him with half the effort ? There is a rail road up Mount Washington. A man who sings through life is like the man who ascends the moun- am m the car ; the man who does not sing is like the traveler who pants on foot up the steep as cent. Many say,first reason,emo tion last. But in the hymn, the same truth may touch all hearts as well Lord Bacon as the poor slave on the plantation. Singing the process by which intellcc tual propositions can be convert ed into emotion and heart expres sion. Dr. Stowe said, when he visit ed a certain institution in' Ger many, "In one room where boys with violins playing,another room was lull ol boys sincine:. The teacher said, 'If the childred don't smg, the devil is m here ; but when they do, he lias to go and sit out there.'" Evil can not dwell in a spirit of sacred song; and so, to bring this to a close, Speak to yourselves m psalms and hymns, singing and making melody to the Lord in your heart." JUr. JI. W. Bcecher. A j-oinig man named Turn married coiism ol the same name, on tlio plea ttiat "One good turn ilescrrps another. A young man in a certain town in this state recently opened a clothing fiun-, Him was sent to tan lor it. Kcason the clothins store belonged another man. A young gentleman who has hist married a little underized beautv says she would have been taller, but is made of such precious mate rial that nature could not afford it. The BOOTS, SHOES -and LEATHER S. II. CIIERRYHOLMES & CO A RE receiving direct from the manufactory, j . a very iarg mock oi i t Which ire are offering at unusually LOW i niijt.3. uur oooaa are au ox me oest quamy. We Warrant AU of ..Our., If an Made Goods. Men'sBoots, 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 $L Women's Gaiters, 50c. to $3. WE ARE.SELLIXG EUBBEE GOODS, At manufactory prices and will sell tnchi. Wc hare a large lot at Low Prices, From 30 to 35 Cents. i Shoe Maker's Tools and Findings at Prices far Beloio Old Prices. Oar stock is full and comnlete. all of thn hest quality of goods, bought for cash from first hands, and wc are determined to sell at such low prices, so as to mate the Boot, Shoe and ieamcr iraae quite lively. REMEMBER THE .PLACE, At the Red Front Hoot and Shoe Store and at the Express Office. S. H., CHERRYHOLJIES MiUerburf, O, Sept. 12, 1S70. it Co, so a? OB "SToung Men. TTOW can you finish your toilet for an even- j-L icy can among me r air unes ivunout a WATCH ! That indispensable article of rirre. It is of SPECIAL SERVICE, if the CTenlne has flown on angel wings," and the hours begin to count Aiming iuc o-u.i. Ljj riuu HXo. A XICE WATCH", that rnn nnf. oauuuicu iu suun can ne oou gnt. AT FRET'S Every One iWarranted The Farmer, Mechanic orjllousewifc, can get Serviceable Timekeepers ! TO SUIT THEM, in appearance or quality. It is notnecpssnrv in inrifd rmnvrccrrw- S.YMx2sHE.N' for tliev aU know where IIVil 1 Sill L 1. anil "WO rf limnrl tncat- SPECTACLES MADE A SPECIALTY. money will be refumleil if we fail to give Experience and ncnuAiutanrp with mnm, factorlen ffird us a sncfiul fldv:inturp 'trlth which we mean to Benefit Our Customers. Aug. 1ST0. itr Of able uur harn for am the goods lion oiiu,, est mouo Good shall lie FlurjM it. FKOM THE MILLERSBURG JOHN P. LARIMEK KEEPS constanUvon hand at hi. store-room a fen- doors west of the Empire House, junersunrg, umo, a cnoice supply oi FAMILY FLOUR. JiTF FLOVJi. COJtX JrFAL Ami all other things in the line. Feed or A.1I Kinds Kept for .ile. COUNTRY PRODUCE ! BOUGHT AXD SOLD. Deals largely in FfiESH FISH, and always seeps we Desu Keeps a wagon in readiness to deliver what' ever is ordered. 'Qnicfc sales and small profits" is his motto. Oct. 20, Otf J.P.LARIMER. Ladies' Boots. - P. SEAL, Has just received a new inven tion, in the way of an improve ment in Ladies' Boots. The boot is made high in the leg, with elastic sides, lhe improvement consists m arranging the elastic and lin ing, that the elastic will clasp the ankle ; and theJiningvivhile.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 a favorite with the ladies. Samples can "be seen at his shop. Mr. Seal has the sole right for this town and township. bhop over .Bird's Ulothmg Store iotr Mrs. EATTIXT, rTlAKES this method of announcing to her JL patrons and the public generally, that she has removed to the room reccntlv oeennicd hv Dr. Bieham, where she is rlow receiving a large end splendid assortment of FALL & WINTER GOODS French Flbicevs, Willoic Feathers, Ostrich t0 Vulture Flumes, Sa87i & Bonnet Jtibhons, Flats & Bonnets drench Corsets, Skeletons, Linen Collars and Cuffs, Elastic MUbon, Ilose and Half Hose and Motions. Thankful for iu,t TL.t.nn... .t.. i v- strict attention to business to merit ofthe pub- " ,vn Fresh Arrival. JVeio Goods at Reduced Prices. satisfaction Guaranteed. &OOD CROPS Corn. Oats and Wheat, and with that comes ami uAiensive stocic ol new FALL & J. E. KOCH, Jr., MILLERSBURC, O., now recoil ine ami nnpninr. .llt.ru., -,.- - ork Ml.l PhitflrlKlnli;. ..r 'X -.. .V" stocks ofgoods everoficredin this market consisting in part of . i, St.j3lo and 3J"f.u.o3r SHY GOODS. A -MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF Ladies' Dress Goods, Cloths, Cassimeres, swcK or goods n complete. Wc have also MUCK Ol llirlMVill 1C sold lirr Mi,... Tl,t liini, .WI1 ,.IH.'...."'.." cash in l'liilailclphia and Xe-York, ami I determined 10 si ll as low- in imv houe in country, for Cah or l'roduce in hand, ily arc of llrst.rlasa mialin, warranted to inrcFatkfactinii. anil 11M I nhL- it i.n of my slock and price. Xo trouhlo to buwi. 1011 win aiwars una polite and nccommodatiiiL' Ja!cmen 1111 hand. Come rijiht . ii in j.rKc&t, mean and Ilcst stock of rioods in the market, sly snort ri-ollls and Quick .Snlcs, with a Stock. Uw Prices and Fair Ilealinir. I endeavor to merit a full share of Ihn pill,, patronajre. I'leaso ghu mo n call heroic minhaiinK elsewhere, a. I m prepared and determined to (tlvo llnrgainv to Cash lluiers. Iho highest price paid ibr all kinds or Country l'roduce. Jlillersburs, J. Ei KOCH, Jr. -IX H". n. p. Mccormick, f Deilek is iFine Watches! CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SILVEK WARE, musical instruments, opetiatiej.aw. -v Elgin Watohes. These cuts renresent the two first-class it aicues maae oy me .national n aica tompi 1.-1 J T 1 1 : f - N.lnUi.....,r. panslon Balance, adjusted to heat and cold FullJeweled, Patent Centre Pinion.and Dnst iiana. w e will Keep ail omer jrraaes 01 ine same Watches LOWER THAN CAN BE BOUGIIT in Holmes County, 3PRIOB LIST: B. W. Raymond, II. Z. Culver, II. IL Taylor, G. M. Wheeler, Lady Elgin, 57 00 S3 CO 58 75 31 00 I5 WALTHAM WATCHES We will sell, and 'aU other good, first-class American Watches, loiter than can he had in the town or countv. Fine CO IS SILVER and GOLD CASES, ntfcAilE RATES, also Chains, CLOCKS! Wo will sell Clocks J-OWERTTTAV AW liousis IN TOWN. Trv us. Bear In mind We H III Sot Mi Undrreotd for GOOD GOODS. rH I" t-J. r. Tea Sdts. Cake Baskets. Castors. Table spoons, .corns, xea spoons, ivory tiauaiea Knives, Jet, plain and tipped, very beautiful, for a small amount of greenbacks. Child's Knife, 6poon and Fork, pnt up in a nice, little tray, cheap. Call and take a peep at them. AU Knives sold by us have nice traT lined with velvet. - ' - v.V..mi lit! SPECTACLES! To suit all ages, of the finest grades, mounted ,u .nit, urnopiv. FINE JEWELY, always on hand. Solid plain gold Rings. Also, Silver Rings in great mict-. x ine uoin 1 cos, umifls, Liiaruis, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Violins of the finest nualitv.also. chcan enes. Acconleons, French. German, Ac. Agent for 1110 ocst Italian v ioiui Mrings in me vnrni. Come and see them.-- -Trimmings for the Violin and Accofdeon, nlivars on hand. Instruments repaired to order, Ac. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Instruments, &c. lltpaieti and Warranted on tihort Dotice. Rnsitjincu the i'laci:. P. McCormick's Store. Main Street, - Millersbtirt,0. ' stf J. C. Corbus & Co. HATS ! HATS ! AND mm A LARGE ASSORTM NT OF SUMMER AND FALL STYLES, CONSISTING OF Silk, Fur, Flush, Cassimerc andWool H A TS! At prices from 75 cents to )G 00. A Splendid Assortment of SILK & CLOTH CAFS I From 30 cents to II 75. Bnrlpck Diamond Shirts ! Plain and Fancy from JI W to $3 00. BURCLAR-PROOF UMBRELLAS! Something New and Good. Also a splendid assortment or Cuffs, Collars, Bows & Ties, Handkerchiefs, Socks, Suspenders, Sec. We offer our entire stock of Panama, Leghorn, Straw and Jtsucneye aats Ialgc coisoc: We invite the nnhlic in frnneml to irlri ns 11 call and .examine our stock. We male the mi and uip -iitiDz a specialty and can af- loru 10 aciji, uujAriiL man unv nno in tins becuus ui country. Remember the nlace Cornerof Jackson and uny aireets. J. C. CORBUS & CO. Aug.1870.-ltf O O 3 O 6 01 u W 01 to I' GEO. GRIFFIN'S Liver?, Feefl & Sale lilies, Corner of Adams and Mad Anthony I AVIN'CJ a rooil stoct of Horses, snht.nn- XI tial and fashionable Carriages, I am prc- jxiivi iu itLuiuiJiiniiiLc xuuiiu iib an unit's, Buggies, Carriages Horses. and Saddle J6SyStalls nnl Feed always ready for Hor ses. Superintending my business in person, and keening tho best of employees, I am prepared to feed and take tho best of euro of Horses en trusted to my charge, at reasonable rates. GIVE TVI32 JS. CAIjIj. GEORGE GRIFFIX. Millersfrirg Lime Kiln! ,1 MILE EAST OF TOWN, ON TIIEJMAXWELl, FARM. rpiIE undersigned would respectfully an I nnttnen to the nultllc. that thev hiivo con stantly on hand, at their kiln, a superior Qual ity of And aie prepared to fill all orders promptly. imS HEOKER BURNET. At - MILLER SB UB, G Machine Company (Successors to Fairs, Wholf & Co.) MANUFACTURERS OF REAPERS, MOWERS, AND 1RESHIG HiCHS ! SULKY HAT RAXES, (Geo. Deal's Patent) ALSO, FARRA, WHOLP & CO.'S PLOWS J. Long's Patent, Kos. 4 and 5. Pittsburgh Iron, Nbs. 4 and 7. Pittsburgh Centre, wood beam, So. 4. "Queen of the West," Iron or steel mould board arranged for the same plow. Road Plows, with wrought-iron bar shear. SCRAPERS AND Corn Cultivators ! Large Iron Kettles. FAKM BELLS! And a great variet j of IIiO-W POXNTTS. Job Work and Repairing DONE ON SHORT NOTICE. B?We use none bnt tha verr best materia in manufacturing. GIVE US A. CALL I Before purchasing, a! we are satisfied wc can liicusc iu uuisu ana quaiuy 01 uaiciiu. 110BEKT LO.va, JDindort. , President. 1. aiATXBS, J. Poxskxke; J. JUULVANZ, D.A.MODOWII.L, J. MULVAI .VAN I W. W. RENFREW, Clerk. Aug. 1870. ltf WARNER'S PILE REMEDY Warner's Pile Remedy has never failed (not even Jn ono case) to cure the very worst cases of Blind, Itching or Bleeding Piles. Those who are afflicted should immediately call on their druggist and get Wahsur's Pill Kejiedt. It is exnresslv for the Piles and is not recommended to cure anr other disease. It has cured many cases ofovcr 30 years standing. x rico ti. xor sale oy druggists every wuere. DYSPEPSIA. Warner's Dyspepsia Tonic is. prepared expressly for Dyspeptics and those suffering with habitnal Costlreness. Itis asliirhtlr stim ulating tonic and a splendid appetizer; it strengthens the stomach and restores toe di gestive organs to their healthy state. Weak, nervous and dyspeptic persons should use War ner's dtspipsia Tonic. For sale by Drug gists, rnceune uoiiar. Cough. IVo More. Warner's Cough Balsam is healing, softening- and expectorating. The extraordi nary power it possesses in immediately reliev ing, and eventually curing, the most obstinate cases of Coughs, Colds. Sore Throat, Bronchitis innucnza, uatarrn. Hoarseness, AStnma ana consumption is almost incredible, bo prom i mi; renei mm cenaia its eneccs in ail u above cases, or any affection of the throat lungs, that thousands of physicians are daily prescribing it, and one and all say that it is the most healing and expectorating medicine known. One dose always affords relief, and in most cases one bottle effects relief. Sold by aruggiscs, in large Domes. 1'nco uno xraiiar. It is your own fault if you still cough and sui- fcr. 1UI he Balsam will cure. Wine of" Life. The great Blood Purifier and Delicious Drink warners yinum yitse, or Wine, o Life, is free from aur poisonous drum orim. purities, being prepared for those who require a stimulant. It is a splendid appetizer and tonic and the finest thing in the world for purifying the blood. It is the most pleasant and delicious article ever offered to the public, far superior to brandy, whisky, wine, bitters, or any other article, ic is mureneaiiuy ana cneaper. iotn male and female, young or old, can take the WineofLifc. It is. in fact, ft I fRnTM.rvor Thoso who wish to enjoy good health and a free now 01 iiveiy- spirits, win ao weu to taKe tne Wine of Life. It Is different from anv thlno- ever before in use. It is sold by druggists ; also m uu icapcuutuic buiuuus x rice uac uouar, in quart bottles. Emmenapopfiie. Warner's Emmenaeoeue is the ou article known to cure the Whites, (it will cure iu every cabe.j n nerc is me lamuy in wnicn this imnortant medicine isnntwantinl? Mnth. ers, this is the 'greatest blessing ever offered you, ami you suouia lmmeaiatciy procure It. it Is also a sure cure for Female Irregularities, and may be depended upon in every case where the monthly flow has been obstructed through cold or disease. Sold by druggists. Price One uouar. ur sent Dy man on receipt or one Dol iar anu a quarter. Address 619 State St.. Chicago, III, 13yl SOMETHING NEW I The Family Bible With Xotts and Instructions. Just published by the American Tract Society. .ovvfj laiuuv suuum untc unit For sale at the BOOK STORE. Aug. 20, 16T0. Im3 HESKT niRZER. BALDWIN IIERZXK, II. & B. IIEEZER, Frodiirc mid Commission Merchants, DEALERS IN Flour, Crain and Mill Stuffs, SALT, FISH, WHITE A WATEli LIME Ac, And Purchaser of WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS, WOOL, DRIED FRUIT, II UTTER, EGGS, AC Ai ths Red Warehcusej Mlllersburg,' - - - Ohio. MOHAIR GOODS Switches, Chignons, Curls, &c. A full and fashionable supply. the HOOK STORE, Aur.S0,ir.-lm3 Mlllinburg, O. Of At MASSILLON Agricultural WORKS. Agency for Wayne Holmes Counties. and JAMES BR0THEKS, AG EXT FOB Reapers, Mowers, ThresMngMacliiiies, &c. HE-has opened a Ware room at Fredericks burg, whero machinery is kept for sale, ana wuere au articles lor repair wiu uc n. ceired, forwarded to shop ana returned, lie 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 acre. Single & Combined Hullers, Corn Stalk & Feed Cutters, Feed Mills,. Feed Boilers, Plows, &c. Portable Steam Saw-Mills and Steam Engines. The Agricultural Implements manufactured at Mas8illon are not surpassed, ii indeed, equalled by any other establishment. fAlI Machinery will be told at the same prices as at the shop. 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 "Champion of Iowa" Broadcast seed sower A new Patent, He will be found at the Warehouse, at Freder- ICESDurg, every Saturday. Persons needing AgricultTral Machinery wiu ao weu vj cui oniuuu Call aad see machines, or send for catalogue. JAMES BROTHERS. Aug.lKO. ltf WHITAKER& CH1LDS. We desire to express our thanks to a discerning public for their substantial appreciation of our ef forts to popularize the STAR, and-make it the model store of "Wooster City. Establishing our business on the only true princi pie, to sell no goods by misrepre sentation, which has rendered the STAR CLOTHING STORE A QTtnnvw mo Ancir-n fUnmfnr-n in , .. .. ,' , ' , ., . uuuctoiuuu ua offer and will sell all our LARGE KTnnTT nf Wow OnnrU fnr Vatt andWinterwearatLowEBPKicES ior me Kjjx.oa, man can ue ou- tamed in- any other store in Wooster City, "Wayne and adjoin- insr counties. Ponoor Tern TvrrsTJTJPPT?. WTSrTATTfW nmPir oitt? SKNTATIOIN, QUICK SALES for the CASH, and Sf ALL PEOFITS, is the motto of the STAR CLOTHING STORE. WHITAKER & CHILDS, Two Doors from J. Zimmerman's Drug Store, Wooster, O. AJUERICAN Music Store, Wooster, O. T, P, BAUMGARDUR, TXVITES special attention to the largest and I jl dcsi sciectea siock or PIANO FORTES, Cabinet Organs and Melodeons, the very best manufactures in the United states, anu nro FULLY WARRANTED. ALSO Accordeons, Violins, Guitars, Musical Merchandise. ALSO THE BEST Italian Strings, Sheet Music, Ac. Kept for sale at very low rates. Pianos, Organs, Molodcon and AecordeoDS I REPAIRED & TUNED In the most substantial manaer. JB3Be sure andjglre mo a call. the Corner Store, American 4tf T. P. BAUMCARDNER. I I the to Syl Do V tim Bu(Utnt,9SiSJ&lWSI THE "HOWE" IMPROVED Sewing Machine ! HAVIXG all the late improvements, adapt ed to eTery variety of sewing, unequalled in excellence and durability. It will hem, hem-stitch, braid, cord, tuck, quill, fell, rude, embroider, fringe, and every other variety of sewing, better than any other machine manu factured. The HOWE MACHINE 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 themachine 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, Examino the HOWE carefully before buying any other machine. Important to Boot and Shoe Man ufacturers. Wc beg to call the attention of Boot and Shoe manufacturers to the celebrated Universal Feed, or Elastic Sewing MacMne ! Speciallr adapted for stitching new Elastics into old Soots and Shoes, whilst the soles are on, &c This Machine supplies a want that has Ion been felt by boot and shoe manufacturers, and, though many imperfect machines haTe been in ren ted ana sold to the public, none have ben produced which, for variety and quality of work, and also for general usefulness, have equalled this machine. Price oJTachinc Complete $125.00 American Fashions. 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