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How Drinking Causes Apoplexy.
It is the essential nature of
wines anafsprnts to send an in
creased amount of blood to the
brain. The great effect of taking
a glass of trine or stronger form
of alcohol, is to send the blood
the refaster than common; hender
the circulation that gives the
red face. It increases the activity
of the brain, and it works faster,
and so does the tongue. But as
the blood goes to the brain fas
ter than common,, it returns'l'as
ter, ancnb.'Bp'ec'ial permanent
harnVresuus. j ffipt spppOse's man
keeps' onHnnldngj?the:rblbba Js
sent to thVKnunso fast, fn large
guanjities, that in order-to' make
foranfbrtit ilie aferies Jiavc to
against xliemore yielding flaccid
viens which carry the blood out
of the brain and ' thus diminish
their size, their poors, the result
being thatthe blood is not only
carried to the arteries of the brain
faster than is natural or healthful
but it is prevented from leaving
it as fast as usual; hence, a double
set of causes are set in operation.
Hence, a man may drink enough
brandy or other spirits in a few
hours, or even minutes, to bring
on a fatal attack of apoplexy.
This is literal v.beinjr dead drunk"
How Drinking Causes Apoplexy. Sunday Night.
f AoJemnlillnessiiTl?the air;
thelaigentIo'wifter' of the
birds is Jiushed, and . darkness is
Teace is o'er the WorM'abroail
in the holy place of ttoii."
Heavens benediction seems
falling on the sleeping earth, so
low that no ripple disturbs the
calm of life's silent sea. But hark!
some chord gives" tone" as to an
angel's touch. Has the unconci
ous hand of some hovering ' cher
ubim fallen mponr, his. harp? or
ly clioir found a raft in the finna
ment, and gently moved a wave
of sound? We cannot tell. We
listen earnestly,perchance it may
come again. Hark? It is repeat
ed louder.clearer, sweeter than
beforehand listen; still another
tone is heard, as sweet, but not
thesame. Has echo thrown wide
her'd$oi3 oJthissweet Voce,ai5d
in her thousand caverns given
itwelcome? No no; this voice of
heavenly sweetness is ot earth
itjis'the calHo prayer. With one
accord the avenues that mark
the way to j temples consecrated
to holy use, are thronged with
Savior meets with smiles of un
varying sweetness, the guileless
Nicodemus and the repented
Magdelene. "Whosoever Cometh
unto nieiwDin'jripVise.cast out
Whatmore gracious promise
could suffering, wretchedfmortal
The promise, for darkness,dawn
fdrS Isorro w x-jby " for weakness,
strength for disappointment.hope
for turmoil. No wonder,then,that
mimstenng angels,harp in hand
bear the sound of these sweet
bells to mortal ears. Their harps
catch the sound of it becomes
musicTioror earth but heaven
The bells have ceased; and from
njany a sacredtemple ascends the
jotSng angles "bear its Harmony
toward heaven, and intermingle
with its earthborn chords the
matchless harmony of the new
son. We cannot follow further:
none but the redeemed can know
that song. How many Sunday
nights, ere we shall listen to that
songin the1 temple not made bv
1 i 1
Skipping the Hard Points.
Boys, I want to ask you how
you think a conqueror would
make out who went through t
country he was trying to subdue
and whenever he found a fort
.hard to, take, left it alone
Don't you think the enemy would
buzz wild there, like bees in a
hiyejud when he was well into
the "heart of the country, don't
you fancy they would swarm out
and harass him terribly?
I JustgSO. I.wanfcyou to reniein-UetflwilLitjiejivitlj-ou;
slap over the places in your les
sons and leave them unlearned,
you nave leit an enemy m the
rear that wilTnot:,fail toharass
you; aria nloftiljyou time's with
"There was just a little bit of
upon me at examination. There
were just two or three examples
I had passed over, and one of
Uiesellwas-psked! to do bn the
ihe student who is not
thorough is never well at ease:
he cannot forget the jkipped
jjiuuicuio, uuu ute consciousness
of his deficiencies make him ner
vous and anxious
Never laugh at the slow, plod
ding student; the time will sure
ly come when the laugh will be
turned.. It takes ,. time, .to. be
thorough, but it more than pays
jvesoive wnen you taue up a
new stuny, that you win go
through with it like a successful
conqueror, taking every strong
If the inaccurate scholar's diffi
culties closed with his school life.
K might notTie so great a matter
lor his luture career. But ho has
chained to himself a habit that
will be'like an iron ball at his
heel all the rest of his life. What
ever he does will bo lacking
somewhere. He has learned to
shirk what is hard, and the habit
Ml' - Til.
wiiigrow wi in years. XNow,notil
ing we get in this like is to be
had lor nothing, buccess is not
thrust, upon a man. If you want
any good you must work for" it.
The. eye that never falters, and
the nerve, that never quails, and
the, true elements of victory in
the mental and morali as well
as the physical world. Don't
skip the hard points. ScJtoohlay
my Latinl had not read; said a
(theTi!tn'Jpr6fefesor li'ad io call
Farm and Household.
Give Sheep Better Care
wish to sav a few word
through the columns of the Jour
nal in relation to the manage
ment and care of Sheep, and
would here enter a protest
against the mannerin which they
are treated through the winter.
Some farmers claim that "their
is no profit in keeping sheen of
any breed. That is ever true un
der the rough system that is
practicte'd -to a great extent by
many owners, they are better
without team. But to the farmer
who will provide good quarters
and good and sufficient food,they
will afford both profit and pleas
.There; is perhaps, no point in
which a flock master more freq
uently err in the management of
their sheep, than in allowing
them to depend entirely upon
pasture for subsistence during
the latter part ot lall and early
winter. Circumstances, the
weather included, must be ex
traordinarily favorable, if sheep,
dependent solely upon grass at
this season of the vear, do not
lose, Jlesh. The growth of the
grass being checked, the pasture
usually becomes short.- The
frost not only diminishes the
nutritive qualities of the grass
but prevents the sheep from graz
for sometime in the morning.
And when one of the long cold
rains occur, to which this season
of the year is subject, they will
stand and not attempt to eat
the most of the time during its
continuance, and under tie con
tinued influence of suffering from
cold and-wet, and, want of nutri
tion,they will waste very rapidly
They are worthy of a better
care and protection for their
comfort and owner's profit.
Comfortable houses should be
provided, and sheep should be
broughtm regularly at night, as
soon as the sever lrosts com
By this means, their growth
and flesh may be fully maintain
ed until winter sets in. Then
a half a bushel of corn, or its
equivalent in otfier gram, daily
to the hundred, in addition to
good hay or corn fodder, fed to
them in comfortable quarters
will bring them to spring in good
case, and, if they are of a good
breed, with a large fleece of wool
The Baldwin Apple.
Not more than one in ten of
those'who enjoy the superior fla
vor of the Baldwin apples known
lrom whence it originated. I? or
the enlightnient of the ignorant
nine, we will inform them that
this peculair species of fruit came
from a seedling planted by Josi
ah Pearce, Esq, of the town of
Baldwin Me. From this stock
innumerable grafts have extend
ed ihe fruit far and wide;but from
a well known law of extension.
the Baldwin apples is rarely
found m perfection when far re
moved from the place where
originated. In Mane, the color,
texture, aroma and solidity of
the apple have nothing to desire.
being in truth so delicious, that
it' might have been akin to the
one said to have brought difficul
ty upon our mother Eve. In oth
er localities, where the soil, cli
mate or culture may have proved
unfriendly,- what is called th
Baldwin apple may often befouhd
a perlect lailure, being puny,
insipid and subject to early decay,
To Make Cows Givs Milk
A writer who savs his cow gives
all the milk that is wanted in
family of eight persons, and from
which was made two hundred
and sixty, pounds of butter this
year.gives the following as his
treatment. He says.
"If you desire to get a large
yield of- rich milk, give your cow
every, uay water slightly warm
and slightly salted.in which bran
has been stirred at the rate of
one quart two gallons of watter.
lou.,will find, if you have not
tried 'this daily practice, that
your cow will give twenty five
per cent more milk immediately
under the effects' of it, and she
will become so attached to the
diet as to refuse to drink clear
water unless very thirsty, but
tlusrness.she, .will drink almost
any time and ask for more.
ine amount ot this drink nec
essary is an ordinary water pail
ful at a time, morning noon and
Four hundred pounds of but
ter often obtained from good
stock,and instances are mention
ed where the yield was even at a
Care of Grindstones.
The Journal ot the Franklin
Institute'gives the five hints re
garding the use of ' grindstones:
1. Do not waste, the stone by
running it in water: but if so, do
not.allow it to stand in water not
m 'use,as it will cause a soft place,
X. Wet the stone by droppmc
water on it from a pot suspended
above the stone, and stop the
water when not in use.
3 Do not allow the stone to get
out of order, but keep it perfect-
round by the use of gass-pipe or
a hacker. 4. Clean oil' all greasy
tools before sharpeding,as grease
or oil destroys the grit. 5. Ob
serve-when you get a stone that
suits' your porposo, send a sam
ple of the grit to the dealer to
select by,a half ounce is enough.
Higher than the Alps.
i In the average hight of moun
tain "range, Switzerland does not
begin4to compare witli Colorado,
yr, lor that matter, western terri
tory. The mean height of the
Alps is from S000 to 0000 feet
above the sea. The mean hight
of the Rocky Mountains is from
10.000 12,000 feet. This is the
mean hight of the immense sweep
ol the (Jordillera de la bicrra
Madie. It is probably that the
average Height in Colorado,
which is the tableland of the con
tinent-will approach very near
ly to 12,000 feet.
Are Making Preparations
From the very best
REAPERS, MOWERS, THRESHING MACHINES,
Hay Rakes, Plows, Plow Points, Corn Plows and Cultivators
Road Plows and Scrapers, Farm Bells,
And in lact every kind pX Machinery needed about a Farm.
He would can particular attention to iuu.xrt imi x.je. a in ine ricioiuu m.a.rxuu. i' jiuu&u, tutr tCCOntrlCj
hr which a ouick or slow motion iieasilrobUincHlbrsiniplvmovior a lever. This lever is so arranged that the chaniro can be luaUebr-tfr
driver W1I1LK THE MACHINE 18 IN 3IOTION. Another advantage in this improvement i that the Cutter-bar can he elevated lrom tlx to
eight Inches higher than In any other machine. There are many other improvements to this Keaper and Mower which add greatly to its good
qualities as a combine! Machine which it is not necessarv to enumerate. W invite farmers to call ami examine fur themselves. We have
also made an improvement In the HUH or our II A i ICAhE, which wc believe will mace it superior to any Kate now in use.
JTo Macliine of Inferior Quality is Permitted to Leave the SIiojjs
REPAIRING- AND JOB W ORE,
Bone on Short Notice and Satisfaction Ouaranlced:
w. w. Renfrew,
for a JLanje and Extensive
summer oj 1S7Z.
WE ARE MANUFACTURING
OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
material, and will keep constantly on hand a full supply, of
Trade for the Spring and
n. p. Mccormick
Hiiiiiiio, uiiuuno, Juwmmi, ssiminvun tvu.,
SILVER & PLATED WARE
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Sec.
All Kind of Repairing 2Tcatly Done. "
MAIN STREET, - MILLERSBURC.
0 Waltham and
Ayer's AgUe Cure,
For Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fe
ver, Chill Fever, Bemittent Fever,
Dumb Aeue, Periodical or Bilious Fe
ver, &c, and indeed all the affections
which arise from malarious, marsh, or
No one remedy is louder
called for by the necessities
of the American people than
a sure and safe cure for
fever and Ague. Such
wc are now enabled to offer,
with a perfect certainty that
it will eradicate the disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that no harm can
arise from its use in any quantity.
That which protects from or prevents Uus
disorder must be of immense service in the
communities where It prevails. Prevention
U better than cure; for the patient escapes the
risk which he must run in violent attacks of
thia baleful distemper. This "CtJREw expels
the miasmatic poison of Fever and Ague
from the system, and prevents the' develop
ment of "the disease, if taken "on the first
approach of its premonitory symptoms. A
great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and cer
tain cure of Intermittents is, that it contains
no Quinine or mineral; consequently it pro
duces no quinism or other injurious effects
whatever upon the constitution. Those cured
by it arc left as healthy as if they had never
had the disease.
JFever and Ague is not alone the con
sequence of the miasmatic poison. A great
variety of disorders arise from its Irritation,
among which are Neuralgia, Xtheutua
tiam, Cont, Ueadaclie, 11 Undue,
Xoothacne, Earache, Catarrh, Asth
ma, Palpitation, Painful Affection
of the Spleen, Hysterica, Pain in the
Ilowela, Colic, ParalysU, and derange-
ment or tne t to ma en, ail or which, when
originating in this cause, put on the Inter
mittent type, or become periodical. This
"Cure" expels the poison from the blood,
and consequently cures them all alike. It Is
an invaluable protection to immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing in
the malarious districts. If taken occasion
ally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and
cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity to
ripen into disease. Hence it Is even more
valuable for protection than enre ; and few
will ever suffer from Intermittents If they
avail themselves of the protection this rem
cdy affords -"
For Liver Complaints, arising from torpid
ity of the Liver, it Is an excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver Into healthy activity,
and producing many truly remarkable cures,
where other medicines fail.
Dr. J. C. AYEU & CO., Lowell, Mas.,
J'raettcnand Analytical Chemists,
AXD SOLD1 ALL-ROUND THE WORLD.
And also the Unri called
Circulars and Price Lists sent free on
Warcrooms, Nos. 25 and 27 Prospect
Cifttft'JM perilay! Agents wanted! Allclas-
ttesofuorkiiiir neonlcot (-itliirMT.
ottnzor m. inuko more inoiuy at work Torus
n tlicirgpiirc moments, or all the time, than nt
anything ehe. Particulars free. Address (i.
tinson x Vo I'ortltimi, Me. 6yl
liest and Cheapest JTair
Dressing in the World.
Daniel Fxexcii. IIosacc Reed,
il. II. ilCCCLLOCU.
NEW MRABMENT !
Have completed their arrangements and have
now in lull operation their
NEW PLANING MILL !
And will keep constantly on hand every de
Consisting in port of
Lumber, Timber, Battens,
Siding, Lath, Shingles,
Moulding & Flooring,
Surfaced & Match
Doors and Blinds,
Frames. Castings &
Balusters, Newell Posts,
Railings, Sash, etc., etc.
Snrfacing ant Matching done to order
on short notice.
Builder, Farmers and others in iranCof
Lumber. or anything eNe in our'line, at the
lowest prices; gice us a call. "
Office and Yard West End or JIain Street,
near the Hridgc.
French, Rood &. McCulloch.
Millorsburr. O.. Feb. 8. 1S72. Sfitf
I WOULD rcsiiectrully announco to the pub
He that I am prepared to 1111 all unlets for
Ladies' & Gentlemen's
In tho bet und most npiirorcd htylc.
I Keep none but the JScst Workmen
and Warrant All my Work.
Repairing Done In Superior
Oil T7 .
JOS. ADAMS, President.
Oh, See! Just,See!
In New and Meautiful Cases.
THIS Celebrated Instrument combines more
1erTection than anr other itecd Instru
ment lu tne market, resulting from
The Patent Manual Sub-Bass,
The Patent Knee Swell,
The Patent Orcan Bellows,
The Patent Vox Jubilante,
The Patent Vox HumanaTremolo
'These Improvements belong exclusively
the KSTKV OKGAN. which for sweet, fu
round, sympathetic and powerful tone surpaas
bend for Catalogues.
Agent for Holmes and Ashland Counties.
E. H. Strubbe,
i 0LTL1 resDectfullr announce to theriti
V zens of Holmes and aIjoiningconnties,
that he is prepared to ilo all work in hU line
anl guarantee satisfaction.
Harness Made to Order
He has the right tor this county for the
PONS' PAT1IXT TUG UL'CKLE, which is su
perior to au oiucrs.
"Nonc hut the best workmen employed.
E. II. STRUBBE.
Berlin, O., Amr.20, 1872. ltf
Notice to Teachers.
milE FALL KXAMIJfATIOX OF TEACH-
I crs of llohnea Count v, M will be held at
ocnooi iioue. uoom ao, in Jiuiersunrg, on
hEITEMUEi:, 14th and2S:
OCTO 1 1 EU. 12th and Sfith ;
NOV ESI II Kit, 9th and S3rd ;
In addition to the above, examination will
he held In Wcinidmrg, September 7th; Naah-
iiiitu otiit.. i6L, .lajiuiinu, uci. iviu.
C"Thee Examinations will open at
o'clock, A.M., and cloe at 3 o'clock P.M. The
class will not be open for admission of appli
cants after 10 o'clock. The Hoard has done
away with the practice of ante-dating certifl-
tait,. jivuuu is iuii twin "JCciii. iu viU& a
school till alterobtainingacertitlcatefromthe
liourd of School Examiners. It is required by
the termfe of the school law, that ever? teacher
must be qualillMto teach Orthrograohy.lEead
ing. Writing, Arithmetic, Geography and Eng
lbh Grammar, and iKsefee an adequate
knowledge of Theory audPractiLe of Teach
in. 'o attention will be given to applicants for
private examinations. Testimonials of good
moral character, signed by at least tworespou--ible
persons, will bo required of each candi
date. These testimonial must be placed in a
stamped ciivelojie, unhealed, and addressed
witli the name and pot-offlee of the candidate
anil presented on the day of examination, Or
Mllcates will lm uf four grades, to-wit: M
Months, 'Tvvelto Mouths, Eighteen Months,
Twenty-four Months. CertiUcatcs of Mx
Months beinjc.very low grade and trial certill
cate, may-nf-fcsued n second time to the same
applicant, if circumstances require. A fee of
m cents ia renuued f every caudidate in ad
vance of cxamlnutiun.
toy order or the Hoard,
LEWIS A. JtEEIIOUT,Uerk.
II. & B. IIERZER,
l'rotliicc auil X'yminlsslon Mcrclianls,
Flour, Craln and Mill Stuffs,
W(I()I, DIIIKK KUUIT,
UUlTEIt, EUUS. AC
At the Marfei
Millorsburg, - -. -
GRAND RUSH !
Old and Reliable
Stove & Tin Store
NO. 2 COMMERCIAL BLOCK,
TIE undersigned is now offering to the pub
"EXTENSION," for Wood,
"INLAND EMPIRE," Coal,
And all the differcnt6tylesof
At the lowest living rates. Also, "deals in
Crates, Hollow Ware,
Union Churn, itstmade.
Pumps, &c, &c,
Cutlery, Coppcrware, Tinware.
We manufacture COrPEE KETTLES, -which
we seu at i)w i igurcs.-
Jot Work and Repairing
Neatly done, on short notice. We do
SPOUTING AND ROOFINC
And guarantee a satisfactory Job evet."' time.
Saleroom, Ho. 3 Commercial 1Ioce, Millers
At SPEAR & SONS,
At SPEAR & SONS,
West Liberty Street,
THEY HAVE THE
Furniture establishment in this section of the
State. Their stock is In endless varietv. and
it irtll man all in iittd of Furniture to call before
Manufacture All Their
WARRANT cverv niece
lnent ii cotunletc. from the commonest to the
verr finest. Furniture made to order, if de
All tlicr ask is atrial, feclinz confident ot
If you wantanjtlung in the Furniture line,
jou can get it as reasonaue ngures ac
SPEAR & SONS,
OT Bit OTMEliS?
1st, The nubile know it to be durable.
conclnsive evidence it. twenty years have not
placed second-hand IIowk' machines in the
market. It cannot be said ofanv other ma-
2nd. It contains the material for its own
3rd. It has less wcarinir points than anv
4th. It draws un a stitch as von do bv band
outers ro nou
Ctli. You have nerfert control orer loth
tureaus; otners Have not.
6th. It eives off thread In ro portion to the
thickness of fabric sewetl, thereby; avoiding
eiun iiiuliuu uivr scuui, urufpiiiKSLiLCiics aim
breaking of needles a great objection to all
oi in-r mac nines.
7th It sews a tie-ht spam In rnsslmprp.linrv.
lug the th read on either ide,and then a tissue
paer, wunout cuange oi tens-iou.
8th. The ircser foot Is easily sruiiir out of
ine way wnen jou set a needle orputunuer
wort, it is doe so wiir any outer.
9th. II anv new machine com d antes had
their rise and fall theirmachines once xouu-
lar now scarcely knownothers have made
radical changes in order to exist; while the
Howe Machine Comuanr have adhered to the
(The machine is raechanicallv correct: does
not change", built addition after addition to
their factory, and to-day cannot supply the
demand, although turning out six hu mired
macumes a uay just one macninc a minute.
H. MENUEZ, Agent.
MIM.EIMBUUG, O. 44tf
Can he bought CIIEAFEK oi
V. J3. PREY
every day, than of any ose who publishes to
sen at factory use price, ii you want a
do as others are doing, prove the truth of this
ascruuu uy irymg. j ou snouiu bco ins
ITe w Stock!
Generally, ttiathebert ever shown In Millers
burg. You can't fait to observe the
place, forbhrimplin's Hoots
& Shoes are scattered
all round the doorjust east
of the place where you want to buy
Watches and Jewelry !
Which fortleand beauty are not a whit be-
ninu nony vanien s uei.
Be deceived but for coughs, colds, sore
throat. Hoarseness and bronchial difficulties,
"Worthless Imitations arc on the market, but
the only scicnttile preparation of Carbolic
Acid for Lung diseao is when chemically
combined with other well known remedies, as
in these Tablets, and all parties are cautioned
against using any other.
In all cases of irritation of tho mucus mem
brane these tablet should be freely used, their
cleansing and healing properties arc astonlsh-
De warned, never neglect a cold, it is easily
cured in its incipient staic,when it becomes
chronic the cure Is exceedingly difficult, use
Wells1 CarlMllc Tablets as a specific
JOHK Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St,Kew York,
Sole Agents Tor the United States. Send for
Circular. I'nce 25 Cent a Ijux. 6w4
TO THE WORKING CLASS.Male or
r emate, 40a week guaranteed. Respec
table employment at home, day or evening, no
capital required; full instructions and valua
ble package of good to start with sent free by
mail. Address, with 6 cent return stamp, il.
YOUNG & CO., 1G Courtland St, New York.
It Is not a phvslc which may give temporary
relief to the suiferer for the first few does, but
wnicu, rrom continued use unngs t'lies anu
kindred diseases to aid in weakenina the in
valid, nor is it a doctored liquor, which, under
the popular name of "J titters' is so extensively
Calmed off on the public as sovereign remeuies
nt it is a most powerful Tonic Alterative,pro
nouncedsoby the leading medical authorities
of London and laris, and Las been long used by
the regular physicians of other countries with
wonuenui remeaiai resuiis.
Dr. fell's ItractJiriGla
Contains all the medicinal virtues. ieculiar
the plant, and must be taken as a permanent
Is there want of action In your Liver
orspieeu? umessreiieveuaconce, ine uio
becomes impure by deleterious secretions, pi
ducing scrofulous or skin diseases, blotch
felons, uostulcs. canker, nimules. Ac
Take Jurubeba to cleanse, purifyandre-
Siore ine vinaieu uioou iu ueaiinj acuuu.
Have vou a Dyspeptic Stomach I
Unless digestion is promptly aided the sys
tfin ii lf1tiliI.itfHl with ln-s of vital force. UOV-
erty of the blood. dropsical tendency, general
weaKness or iasiiuue.
Tiikfi it to assist Ui ires t ion without reaction.
It will impart youthful vigor to the weary suf-
Have you Weakness of the Intes-
tlnoo i n xru in tiancer oi Chronic Diar
rhea or the dreadful inflammation of the Uow-
Take it to allay irritation and ward off ten
rienr.rto in Sam mat ions.
Have you weakness of the Uterine
or Unirary Organs X
You must procure Instant relief, or you are
liable to sunering worse man ucam.
Take it to strengthen organic weakness
lift; hfienme a burden.
Finally it should be frequently taken to keep
tho system in perfect health or you are other
wise in great danger of malarial ormiasmatic
or cuuLagiu"' uisca-ca,
JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St., New York.
Sole a cent for the United States.
Price One Dollar iwr Bottle. Send for Circular
J n I Send stamp for MM Catalogue
JJ UllClGrS I on Iinilding. A.J. BlCXNKL
& Co., rrt Warren St. N. Y.
SOMETHING NEW, G sala
I ble articles, sell at slzlit. Cat-
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New York City.
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f licenseil and war rant etl forllveycars. Y
win iiiiv i.uwior anv macnine inai wii
! sew a t ron ire r, more elastic, more beauti
rK. ful seam than ours. It makes the "Elastic
rj lock st I ten." J-.very seconil stitch can
y-f be cut, and still the cloth cannot be pullel
apart without tearing is. We pay agents
ctJrorn $7 to $23) per month and expenses.
C amountcan be made. Addrcs, SPXOMB
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On the line of the Union Pacitta Railroad
12,0U0,0U0 acres of the best Fanning and Miner
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aiiL-y, nuw jur saie.
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Cheaper in Price, more favorable terms cir
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send for the New DeM:rjptive Pamphlet.
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S'ew York. In onler to irft nt m rinl. Iit arh
person wishing to join tar how much Tea he
wants, amUelect the kind and price from our
Price LiLas uublihpi! hi
inu nanies, kimi ami amounts plainly on a lit,
and u hen the club U complete send it tons by
mail, and wo will Put each uartr's trU in
Mparate pnekage?, and mark the nanie.uiHn
mem, witn ine cot,sottieru nml be u conlu-
Kion in dUtrilnitlnn. ar)t irtr frtttlMvl.
what he onlers, and no maie. Tho fuud to
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The Great American Tea Co.
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(. Box 5G43. New York City,
For nnycajpol' liiinil.
Jtleollajr. Itrlilng or
tixraicn 1 HPS mat
I)K IIINIl'S 1'ILE ltKSI
EDY falti to curl. It U
lirrpareit e.vnrcssly to
cure tho Pile anil
Sold liyall Drugshts.
Jut enlargeil and reopened with a new and
M-nor skh K oi i.iJiVH. iau or scnuiora
Kt. SiinrhtSliot Cuns JltolA): louble
Barrel Shot UuusJ8to;i; Breech I-oa.lor f03
iim; nines ji2ti?T3, ucvoners sii to f.
1 aw Liberty Street, Pittsburg, Pa.
TEN REASONS WHY
So Famitr tktntld Be witUont a lottU cf
IVUtTTLESF. i' in the house.
I t. It will relieve the worst ofBillOUB
Cholic or Cholera Morbus ims minutes.
2oT. It will cure the most otetinaie case cf
Dyspepsia and Indigestion in a f.w
3d- It i the best remedy In the world fur
Sick Headache as thousands cut utHy, if
taken when the fint symptoms apixar.
4th It U the best diuretic ter put before
the public; curing those distressing comphunis.
Diabetes and Crave I and other Urinary
5th It is a most excellent Cmmena
gOgue, anj to the Younc Clrls middle
asediVomen, and at the Turn of Life, this
remedy is of incalculable value.
6th. It will remove wind from the bowels,
and hence a few drops in some sweetened water
given to a tube is better than a. doren ctmlud to
Relieve and make It Sleep Contain
ing no anodyne.
7th It h a Mire relief for adult and children
affected with Worms and Pin Worms.
It wilt brin away the -worm.
8th It will cure the PI les and Hemo r
Oth. It will cure Constipation and keep
the bowels rentir. It wilt a!o cure the worst case
ofSummer Co mplalnt and Dysentery
. I Oth. It will cure Sour ttomach,
Stimulate the Liver to leahhy action.
Relieve Heart E urn and act as a general
Regulator of the y-tem.
When taken rfdite the Joie with rugar and
Water to a Win e-Class full and you
have a pleasant tonic
Whittly DysyephU Cure) $1 00 per I tile.
Whittlriey Acue Cure 50c. per l-otile.
Whittlsv Couh Granule a sc. P"r inttle.
5ilJ by all druists and warra nted
Whit'Iwy Pmp. ed. 0., To!: do.
For sale by Y. IL YE KG IX, ilillersburg;, .0
TUE TRUSTEES OF T1IETOWXSIIIP OK
Hardy, In the county of Holmes and State
of Ohio, hereby give notice that tealed propo
sals will be received by. them, at thuonice of
the Clerk of said township, in the town of AI1I
lersburg, until the 23th day of decern ber, A. V.
1873, for the construction of a railroad in said
township according to the terms of an Act ol
the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, en
titled "An Act to authorize counties, cities, in
co rpo rated villages and townships to build
railroads and to lease and operate the same."
passed April S3. 1872, between the following
termini and on the following route, viz.: From
a point on the South line of said township, on
the south ine of the south-east quarter of pac
tional section number twenty, three (S3 town
ship nine (9) range seven (7), at a stake mark
ed '91lx9i" theuce up the valley of the Kill
buck creek to the north line of said township
to a stake seven hundred and fifteen (715) feet
west or Killbuck creek, marked "1 100x26,' both
of said termini and all of the line of said pro
posed Hail road being within the limits of said
township of Hardy.
Bidders will furnish their own specifica
tions, with proper plans necessary to illustrate
the same, and they are required to be specific
and definite as to the character of the work to
be done and material to be turnished: conform
ity, however, be required to the specifications
1st. That said railroad be constructed in a
suitable and workmanlike manner, and when
completed be in all respects, a first-clabsroad,
readv for the rollinsr stock.
Sd. That a eooduuulitv of Iron T rails
used, weighing not less than sixty pounds per
lineal yarn, aim iam on noc jes man twenty
six hundred and forty good, substantial cross
ties per nine.
The railroad is to be local etl and built
near as practicable upon the line survejed and
locateu tnrougn sum lowusnip oy tne uaiie
Erie, Wooster & Muskingum Valley Hallway
A nrotiIeofirbif.il will Iia for Mnsiiprtion
oerons wisliiucfto bid on the work, iu the of
fice of thecleriiof said township on and a- ter
tne Tin 01 uecemocr, a. i.
Said railroad to be built under the direction
and iiiHrviion of aid Trutet.
The railroad to be built on grounds or right
01 -way 10 uciurnisiieii uy aiu lowusnip, or
furnished by the bidders to be transferred
said township for a consideration to beasrrved
upon before the execution of the contract for
tne construction 01 phii rauroao.
Bids should be made for the whole of sal
road, for a sueclfled amount of the bond
said township, to be issued for that purine
and filed iu the office of thel reastirer of the
State of Ohio in thirty day from the date here-
01, or ior a given uistaucc 01 &am roau.
The contractor will be renuired 10 ifivebom
with surety, as. required by law, within such
time as may lie designated by said Trustees,
upon acceptance f any bill and entering iuto
contract uimer tne same.
Dated this 6tn day of October, A.D.1S7.
G. W. FI.NXEY,) Trustee ot
C. S. UIIU Itaidy Tp.
11. J.cr.i. iioinie iu.
We would resectfullj
the public to our
invite the attention
VTc have a full sunnlr of nlants on ham
Thoc wishing to purchase plant- will do well
to give us a call, wcalsu luruish plants ami
For the term ol three vears. warrantinr them
toinow. and warrantiuir a rood stand for the
ONE DOLLAR PEE ROD
In three annnal payments.. We thank the peo
ple of Holmes and Tuscarawas counties lor
their larire natronacc. and those wishiurto
GOOD HEDGE FENCE !
Will do well to zive ns ihe loli. as we are ex
perienced in the InLine-! of llelgo Growing,
nuu uu in a.!.- a jKin'f in lUlir TCurs SUU1CIC1I!
to turn any stock, ami ou any sou. Parties get
J000 Jlods or Orer 20 net
We hart! rCtllOrOil from W:ilnntirik
Shancsvilk'. TnsmrHirss Co, where we n ill be
nappy io aueuu io an uruers.
E. M. TROYER,
Look this Way
For te Fall Fasi
JPia.ctical Tn.il oi-,
5 In receipt of the latest New York and
Phlladenhia Fashions fortlents and Ilo vs.
aiso preuaretl to tret un work in ihemottio-
ALL WORK WARRANTED TO FIT
lie ii Hill A rent for the wc; known
improved Singer Machine.
Needles and Oil on hand.
Rooms, in Commercial Block:
three doors west or Mul
Ha Jt opened a large stock of
FALL k WINTER GOODS,
lie inaLcs a socially of selling
it I'rires that .Defii Com
S3ft Invite all to call and see them.
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