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Holmes Comity Republican
I1OCAI1S. Melixesbcbg, O., : Sept. 19, 1872. Kotice to Subscribers. S: nbscribers can always tell how their inb crintion account stands, by lookinx at the ligures alter tneir names on ue aaaress laDei pasted on the margin of the paper. Those flg tires show the exact date to which subscrlntion lias been paid. There may possibly be some mistakes in me dates, n so onr sunserlDCrs win please let us Know wnat they are. Post Office Hours. The Post Office will be oven at a.m. and close at 9:30 r. M. AH letters put in the outside box up to 0-30 o'clock xem be mailed for next morning s mau. Eating House. ' The Ladies of the Presbyterian church will have charge of a Dining Hall on the Fair Grounds during the Fair, at which good, substantial meals can be had.. The proceeds are to be applied to ward building a new church in place of the'one lately destroyed by Are. New Marble Shop. John Getz, formerly of Shanesville, has located in Hillersburg, is opening ont a first-class marble shop. This la somethingmuch needed as there has not been anything ol the kind for several mouths past. Getz is said to be a good workman, and we hope he may have a good trade, not that we desire to see our fellow-citizens die. Coming up to the Work. Coshocton county is coming up to the work in the matter of voting a tax to assist in building the Xortliern branch of the Marietta fc Pittsburgh Bailroad. On last Saturday, Linton township, of that county, voted in favor of a tax by 233 "Tes" and 12 "X o." Jefferson also voted on the same day 147 "Yes" to 47 "Xo." Hon. A. C. Henry. The Hon. A. C. Henry of Oakland, Cal., well known to most of the citizens of Holmes county, arrived In Millers burg on Friday evening, to spend a few weeks with bis friends and relatives In this county. Mr. nenry has been a res ident of California for the past twenty two years. He is a staunch Republican, and says the people of California wil give Grant a majority of eight or ten thousand in November. We were pleased to make bis acquaintance. If he is a sample of the generality of Cal ifornia men, we have no fears for that enterprising Statev The Corn Crop. The corn crop in this county is now so far matured that we may safely cal culate that it will be harvested in good order. It is certainly the heaviest that lias ever been raised in the county, be sides a large increase in the number of acres planted. Go where you will in the county, you will see along every road, fields of from ten to forty acres each ot as heavy corn as the farmer can desire to raise or handle. The warm sunny weather is just what is wanted to ripen it up and make it ready for the stock. Death of Mrs. Harvey Castor. Mrs. Harvey Castor has for several mouths suffered from cancer on her breast. For several weeks past she was not expected to live, so intense was her suffering, and so low had she been re duced. She was a sister of Col. Given, of Iowa, well known in this and adjoln counties.. She was a womau of great cheerfulness and resignation. It was her desire to die on Sunday, and just as that sacred day had closed, she passed away. She died between twelve and one o'clock Sunday night. Her funer al took, place on Tuesday. Lunch can be had at all hours of the day at Vogel's Bakery. 5w3 Not a Donation. It should be borne in mind by those who will be called upon to vote on the question of Railroad tax that the money so expended is not a donation, but that township will own and control a por tion of the, road until satisfactory ar rangements are made for its sale or least to the Railroad Co. In the event of this sale the township will receive stock in the road and will own and control It. This stock will, In all probabilities, be worth dollar for dollar. The stock in the Hocking Valley R. R., pays an an nual dividend to its stock-holders of ten per cent., which is a high rate of interest, and puts the stock at a pre mium. It is but fair to presume that this stock which the township will re ceive will be wortii as much as the bonds Issued. A new stock of Sash and Doors cheaper than ever at Harpster, Rudy & Co. wl Home Reading. One of the most pleasant and noble duties of the head of the family is to furnish its members with good reading. In the times which are passed it was considered enough to clothe and feed and shelter a family. This was the sum of parental duty; but lately ithas been found out that wives and children have minds, and so it has Decome a necessity to educate the children and furnish reading for the whole household; ithas been found out that the mind wants its food as well as the body, and that it wants to be sheltered from the pitiless storms of error and vice by the guard' ing and friendly roof of intelligence and virtue. An Ignorant family in our day is an antiquated institution. It smells of the musty past; it is a dark spot which the light of the modern sun of intelligence has not reached. Let good reading go into a home and the very atmosphere of that home grad nally changes. It becomes clearer, purer, more cheerful, healthful and hap py; the boys begin to grow ambitious ; to talk about men, places, principles, books, the past and the future; the girls begin to feel a new life opening to them in knowledge, duty and pleasure; and so the family changes, and out from its number will go intelligent men and wo men to fill honorable places aud be use ful members of the community. Let the torch ol intelligence be lit in every household; let the old and young vie with each other in introducing new and useful topics of investigation, and In cherishing a love of reading, study and improvement. The Iron King, Crown Prince, and all of the first-class wood and coal stoves in the market, are to be found at voornes .tiros. tr Suicide Committed, As the result ol an Inactive state of llv. er and stomach, producing headache obtuse Intellect, dullness, despond ency dementia, and finally insanity, is no un common occurrence. All these dis agreeable symptoms anu bad feelings are most certainly dispelled by the use Tlr Piprr's Onlilpn Mpillrnl T)lsrnv ery. It revitalizes and builds up the) whole system, a time dook on curon lc diseases sent free. Address R. V, Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, Jf.Y. Golden Medical Discovery sold by all Drag' gists. Ill I If you want a good dinner when you are In town, go to J. P. Larimer's an u you can uave wiibl yuu want, wi Look Here. All persons attending theTalrshould call at Vogel's Bakefy for everything in the way of pies, .cakes, light cakes, bread, caudles, and all kinds of gro ceries. - - Go to Bird's to buy stylish Cloth ing. owz The Husband's Soliloquy.' " To please or not to please. That is the question, whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and scon's of scolding wives: or by taking up arms against second class stoves and buying that liret-class combined coal and wood stove, the famous "Iron King," for sale by Voorhes Bros., end them. Tis a stove devoutly to be wished for. tf S. n. Cherrybolines & Co. are offer ing greater bargains in Boots and Shoes. ine rjest gooas ana acioe lowest prices. Yt 1 To Remove Rust. To remove rust from steel, cover with sweet-oil well rubbed on; in'fortv-elgh't hours use unpacked lime powdered very fine. Bub it till the rust disappears. To prevent rust, mix with fat oil var nish four-filths of well rectified spirits of turpentine. Apply the varnish by means of a sponge. Articles varnished in this manner will retain their bril- liaucy, and never contract any spots of rust. It may be applied to copper, phil osophical intruments, etc. Wooden pumps, grates, marbleized mantles, copper and brass kettles, press ed ware, coal buckets, Knives anu iorks, spoons, Japanned ware, etc., at Voor hes Bros. tl About the Railroad. Several of the townships of our coun ty will soon be called upon to vote on the rail road question namely the build ing of the Lake Erie, Wooster & Mus kingum Valley Railroad. We hope our people will not be, found wanting when the proper time comes, for casting their. vote. We may not have another such chance for a long time. There Is nb one that will deny that another road la greatly needed through our county. As for getting a road running east and west, there Is not the shadow ot a possi bility as things look at present. We are all interested in this matter, and the sooner there Is something done In this direction the better for us. The inter ests, welfare and future progress of our county demand that we build this road, and now is the accepted time. The in creased price that we will be able to ob tain upon our grains and other products, by the reduction of freights will far more than pay the tax we will be required to pay for the few years the bonds will run. The increased value of bonds will also more than twice over pay for what money is spent is building the road. Property of all kinds will be more profitable and salable Manufactures will be established, which are the bone and sinew of a town and country around. The demand for home consumption will be greater,, and the facilities for shipping being easier, the market here would hold greaterinduce ments. Let the earnest men then in each of these townships, for the short time remaining until these elections, work diligently and unceasingly for this project. Lay aside 'petty local jeal ousies, personal interests aud all pull to gether In securing for our county one of the best railroad projeevs now before the coiinfry. - From present indications we think the question will carry by a large ma jority. Votes are being, and have been, taken in many different points through out the State, and we have to learn yet of the first that did not carry by a large majority. This road must be built, and there Is no better and easier way than the way proposed. A choice lot of Jewelry just re ceived at W. Jacobs'. 5w2 Science and the Bible. Tills Is the name of a beantiful new work published by Ziegler & McCurdy Cincinnati, Ohio, who are well known, throughout the wholecounj try, and their works are eagerly sought alter. Agents have but little trouble introducing them, as they al ways give perfect satisfaction. This present work entitled "Science'and the Bible" or the Mosaic Creation and Mod ern Discoveries," is one profound inter est. It is written in a popular and read able style. Abstruse terms are avoided, yet the laws of science are all" stated with a clearness and exactness that amounts almost to surprise. While it delights the student and scholar. His :n.. -.1 .A ...i..,V.lf of the general"readerr -The ftot)ior,e ing both a learned scientist- and skill ful Interpreter of tile 'VWd,o "God, clearly reconciles Fclenceio the Ihsplr- 1 Tt- 1 .-.:.! i Til . ?7 cu ii uiu, wiuiuufc nuj aaurmte .u ciuici the truths of the former or the'JIteral purity and beautyiof- the latter. The tendency of the day Is .to makeUeienee hostile to the Bible and arevealed re ligion. To one who. believes that God has spoken by His prophets riot less than through His works there cannot possi bly be found any conflict' between the two records. "3?tie wbrtisJireryiWjthly recommendeUbjirhost of goodjaen. Mr Samuel H. Tidball is now canvass ing this county for subscribers, and we can gladly recommend it as a work well worth the price asked'for it. Len Bird sells the cheapest In Sw2 town. The Old United States Clothing Store Is the place to buy' your spring and summer clothing, at the old prices, not withstanding the steady advance in wool. I bought my goods on condi tions, allowing me to still sell at the same low Azures as heretofore. You will find the largest and best assort ment ever brought to this market, and you will find it to your advantage to call and examine my stock before buy ing elsewhere, uome one anu an, to ISAAC juija s, - tf. U. S. Clothing Store, -The best of Groceries at J: P. Lari mer's, wl Battm & Armor.- Mrs. H. Battin and Miss Belle Armor having associated themselves together lor the purpose of carrying on the. Mil lenery business, announce that theyh'ave jtlst received a large stock 01 .Millinery and f ancy uoous, and arc prepared to supply the wants of their customers promptly and satisiactoniy. 3tl. A. M. Dorland was In town the other day and sold W. Jacobs a fine lot of Jewelry, Watches, &c., which he will be pleased to show his customers. Sw2 "American." Look to vour interest. If you want a Sewing Machine go to the Messrs. Hull's new room, nearly opposite tne irost fice, and get a good 011c, one that is easy to operate and easy to nin. The cheap tit and but machine In the world nev er out of order, and Is universally liked wherever known, and one tnat win last a llletlme. 4ti Special arrangements are being made at Larimer's lor accommodating a large number or people on air days wl We furnish Envelops with a Busi ness Card thereon, nearly as cheap as the blank envelopes can be purchased eisewnere. t IN TOWN AND OUT. Court still In session. For boys' suits, go to Bird's'. 5w2 Tne new bank bnildiugs are grad' ualiy going up. Great rush for bread at Vogel's .Bakery. , ow3 The prospect for good weather du ring toe t air is quite nattering. Go to Harpster, Rudy & Co. and get a good single or double shot gun. 1 Let everybody attend the Fair, neanesaay, 'inursaay ana r rtuay. Lcn Bird has the nicest stock of furnishing goods in town. w52! Several of our Soldier bovs have goue-loPittsburgh to attend. theSoI- uiers aml-fcailons convention. " A'baehelor editor says It Is awful to wake up alone in the dead ol night and feeTrour" 'back" itch" where you can't reacn ic S. H. Cherry-holmes & Co. have the best stock of Mens and Bovs' Boots in Holmes county. 'They are hand-made. The work all warranted. wl A y'ounz man In Iowa oavs for his farmor 160 acres with this year's crop oi wheat. Wherever the railroad question has been-put to vote, it has universally car ried oy a very large majority. For dress suits, go to Bird's. Iw2 Prof. Seacrist Is on hands with his mammoth balloon to atteudtbe Fair. Grapes arc coming into the market rapidlj-. . - ' Chestnuts are eoing'-to be plenty this fall. ' - Prof. Kleffer wa9 In town Tuesday. He is-bnsy preparing his second work for'the'Press. The best of Teas, Coffees. Sugar. &c. at the store of J. P. Larimer. wl Liberal advertisers are the men who "mean business." Those who don't ad vertise only do a mean business. Brine vour butter, esea and pro duce to J. P. Larimer, aud in turn tret cash or some of his first-class groceries. wl Farmers have been bavlnr favor able weather for seeding and are em- ployldg:the opportunity. ComeMght alone to the stove and tin store of voorhes Bros., and tret vour cash for old Iron and metal. tf The latest case of absence of mind Is that of a young lady who, on returning irom a walk with her lover the other evening rapped him on the face and kissed the door. A Stewart (Ga.) hen has cot herself Into no end'of trouble by setting on fourteen eggs and hatching out twenty four chickens, with seven eggs to spare. uon't tail to notice the stove and tinware on exhibition at the Fair Ground by Voorhes Bros. tf The Ladies of the Presbvterian church will have a Dining Hall on the Fair Grounds at. which all can get a good meal. For nice Watches. Chains. Jewelrv. &c. go to W. Jacobs'. ' 6w2 The Greeley men are now wan tin 2 to bet that Grant will be'the next Pres ident. They can't find any one to take them up, however. It is currently reported that Hor ace Greeley will visit the Holmes coun ty fair this week and tell the people what he knows about getting big beats irom Jiaine and Vermont. The finest stock of Ladies' Shoes and Gaiters can be found at Cherrv- holmes' .Boot and Shoe Store. lw The Ladies of the German church will have a dinlnes table on the Fair Grounds durlnsr the Fair. Proceeds to go towards completing their new church building. Piles of new Clothing at Bird's. l?l ... The editor nf the T.trrair isllil tn n late issue that he did not intend to shov el any-tlirt at us until Greeley was elec ted, ive are glad lie intends to let us alone 'so loug.' We can rest' secure a long, long time: - Fresh bread and1 cakes at Voeel's Bakery, baked every day. 5w3 Prof. J. Seacrist will make a errand ascension in his mammoth balloon "Great Atlantic," during the Holmes county Fair. These are fall days, and although warm and pleasant, the nights and early mornings remind us that Summer is gradually but surely passing from us. Among the latest patent' contri vances to stop runaway horses Is a pair of blinders, by which the driver, on pulling a cord, instantly and eflectually blindfolds the animal. In selling hay in Chester county. Pa., they sometimes put a heavy man on tne top 01 the load aud bury him in the hay in order to increase the weight. display of tinware and stoves by Voor nes .Bros., win constitute tne leading features of interest at our Fair. tf TheLoudonville Independent has re moved to Perrysville, live miles west of Loudonville on the P. Ft. W. & C. B. The peach crop In this vicinity Is not.a success. A few sellers have been disposing of the fruit at from one. or two 'dollars per bushel. Those vlsltine the Fair will find the best place to buy Boots and Shoes at Cherryholmes. lw Three valuable cows, belonging to Mr. Ed. Chambers, of Ripley township, died on Tuesday last from eating too much corn, after breaking Into a corn field of their owner. .T f rnn rrat Tiiinimr .trlian It, fim-n remember that you can find a good din ner at the rooms of J. P. Larimer, wl The Presbytery of Wooster met in Belleville, O., on Tuesday of last week, and was opened with a sermon by Rev. Vs G.Sheely.- Rev. S. W. Miller preach ed'to a.full house In the evening. " if Tobacco of all kinds at Vogel's jw3 Bakery." The attendance at the Xorthern Ohio Fair last week was good. There were not so many Irom this county as there were last year. There is a good deal of complaining about pickpockets and money being lost at the State Fair at Mansfield. We heard nothing of the kind the day we were there. Len Bird sells for cash and chean. 5w2 The Greelev cause is fast waning. A large number are leaving the ranks, and going over to Grant. Reports of una kiuu cume 10 us irum an xaru ui tne country. -The accommodations for meals and lunch at Larimer's during the Fair are good. Call aud get a good warm d!n uer.cheap. lw Let us all go to the Fair this week. farmers, mechanics and everybody else. The season is rapidly passlnzawav. We already notice corn cut and in shock aud more that was fully ready for the corn-cutter. Don't fall to call at the stove store of Voorhes Bros, while at Fair. tf A Connecticut paper wants the fronts of churches beautified, and rec ommends the setting up ot "a few posts for the young people' to lean against while waiting for their sisters." The Hayesvllle Fair will be held the utn, lutii and iltu of uctober. Xewstockof choice candies Iii3t re ceived at Vogel's Bakery. Gv3 Xow is the time to cut vour weeds, After putting them In piles, dump them into your neiguoor's garden The minister who boasted that he could preach without notes, didn't mean bank-notes. Some of our farmers are busy cut ting corn. A lady at the depot remained too long 011 tne train to Kissaiemaieirlend good-bye, aud in trying to get off alter it had started was ttirown violently lor ward upon her face. "If ever 1 kiss anybody again 1" sahl she vehemently, as she arose, "any woman, at least," she tuougntiuiiy auueu. Ojstcrs. Weston's is the only place where you can get Oysters that .come direct from Baltimore. ..itf A lanre sunolv of frcsh'grocerie's at t r T " ltr Xotice. To the Stockholders on the Local Sub scription Books at Millersburg, Oxford &jTapoleon, Holmes county, Ohio, of the Cleveland, Jit. veruon & ueiaware Railroad Company the ninth (9) Instal ment, ten per cent, on each share of stock subscribed according to the sub scriptions is due' on Wednesday, Sept. 23 i net. Payments will be made at the Express Office at Millersburg. 31. Caev, Collector. Sept2;'72w3 The largest and cheapest stock of noots and Shoes can oe lounu ar s. 11, Cherryholmes & Co. lw Blessings Brighten as They Take Their Flight. The chief ol blessings is good health, without which nothing is worth the having; it I? always appreciated at it true value after It is lost, but, too often not before. Live properly, and correct, ailments before they In-come seated. For diseases, of the liver, kidneys, skin, stomach, and all arising from impure or feeble blood, Dr. Walkers Calilornia Bitters are a sure aud speedy .remedy, It has never vet failed .in a single in stance. 4w4 Choice cigars at Vogel's.- 5w3 ,Lodi Academy. Don't decide where to go to school he- fore seuding for one of the Catalogues o'f Lodl Academy. Five Departments. One of the most, complete Classical Schools in the State. Excellent ad vantages in the Teachers' Course: Three new Pianoes have jut been' purchased for the use of the School one costing $1145,00. Department in charge of Prof. Kllnkmiller a graduate ot the Berlin Conservatory of Music. We challenge any school in the State to show a finer Commercial Department than that in charge of Prof. Dan Roth of Lodi Academy. A new room has been fitted up for the Department of painting and superior advantages are offered ill this beautiful art. A new reading room, containing a full list of dailies, week lies, monthlies, ic, open to all stu dents each day of the week except Sab bath. First Winter terra commences Oct. 21st. Board only $1,30 to $2,00 per week. Address J. X. Haskixs, Cw4 Lodi, Medina county, O. Lunch at all hours and to taste of every one at J. P. Larimer s 011 the f air anu an omer days. iw Be Careful. In these days, when tight hats, hot air, and sedeudary occupations, cause the hair to fall out, it is a matter of no little importance to know which of the hair preparations are ot any value. The majorit-, as has been frequently proved by the first dermatologists or hair-doctors, possess little or noMnent. Such being the fact, it is consoling to those who are afflicted to know there is really one good article, which Is recom mended and used by the first medical authority, ;and has stood every test, many years. Tins preparation is iiail s Vegetable Sicilian HalrRenewer, a tru ly scientific compound, which Is un questionably, the best preparation of the kind now betore tne American puuuc. It will restore to gray hair its original color, cleanse the head thoroughly, cure all eruption of the scalp ; and will al ways restore the nair so long as anj germs remain, astliev almost invariable do, until extreme old age lias destroyed the roots. The original article is made by R. P. Hall & Co., Xashua, X. H. Forney s rress, Jan. 2j, lew. Bwl The ladies of the Congregational Church of Mansfield fed thousands of people at the State Fair Grounds last week. The lare was excellent, anu served up in bountiful supplies and witli promptness. Their cating-uouse sur passed in accommodations some of Mansfield's first-class hotels. The lunch rooms at Larimer's are well patronized. lw A POOR EXCUSE. The exceedingly nice and-delicate moral sense of the principal mouth pieces of the Greeley movement, is shown in the way in which they try to account for ther overwhelming defeat in Vermont and Maine. To put the matter briefly, they charge that hundreds and thousands of vo ters in, those States, whose natural sympathies were with the Greeley ites were bribed iuto voting for Grant candidates. Having failed to seduce the honest, intelligent cit izens of those States from their allegiance to the Republican party, these journals now turn round and slander them. Cajolery at first, and when that fails, calumuy after ward. This is the treatment which the organs and orators of the "Re form" party offer the sober and up right niasses.of the country, in the name of "Liberalism." The latest Greeley excuse for the disastrous result in Maine is that none of the sinews of-'war' were placed in any. such a hopeless loca tion. That would make a wooden Indian grin. MARRIED. On the ISth inst bv Her. W. SI. Gilon. Mr. Samuel i Garmlre and Miss Mary F. Shrircr. On the ISth inst.. at the residence of the bride's father. 31.. A. IlobinetL Esn.. bv Rev. T. II. D. Bell, Mr. Jacob 11. llinklc to Miss Harriet .1. llobinctt, all of Middletown, o. Cleveland Mow Glass ft 30 and 32 Champlain Street, CLEVELAND, O., Dealers in English tfi French. Plate Glass. English &Frenc7i Window Glass. English &Frenc7i Picture Glass. American Window Glass. Ornamental . Glass. Heavy Skilight Glass. Car, Carriage and Show-Case a- Mu m m z Special Estimates made for Builders and Ar- cniiccts. Odd Sizes Cut to Order- We are lust rcceivlnir a l&rire ami u-rll ne. sorted stock, unexcelled in quality. Sral P. W. PALMER. Sec'v. THE CITY BOOT 4 SIOE SIP. FRANKLIN FROELICH Would respectfully anuouncc to the citizens of iuiiR-r.uurg uu vicinity mac no una luirchns l ueo. Lecliuer'i tshne Shop, and will continue iu iuc uiu ouimi iue making ana repairing or BOOTS AND SHOES. -ffewlshct all to give him a trial, as ho feels assured he can please his customers both in Stifle and Durability. liKlwmivr. .inn. .-m. -.. !.... patch. Fits warranted and satisfaction guar! Terms-CASH ! roit ALL WOltK. FRANKLIN FROELICH, Shoemaker. Millersburg, 0.-4yl RAILROAD SPECIAL ELECTION NOTICE Office of the Trustees of Hardy TOWSSHIT, llOUiES L'OCSTT, O. To the Qualified Elector oj Hardy TcwntUip, "VTOTICE is herebv given that the following J written request, signed by one hundred lav-paying resident Klectors of said Town shipofilanly, has, been made upon the Tnu- iees oi saiu lownsmpi To the Trustees of Hardy Towmhip, Holmes County, unto : The undersigned resident tax-paying electors nf tciifi Tornhiu of Hardy. Holmes County. Ohio, one hundred in number, respectfully re quest tnat you construct a nauroau irom M)lUfc uu me mjiilu iiuv vi nam tunuiuiji, vu tne souui line oi ine soumc uuancr ui use t ionxl section number ttrenty-luree (ST) town tliip iiiue (9j range seven (7), at a stake mark ed "9llx9G' thence up the valley of the Kill hurt creek ta the north line of said to wrath in to a stake seven hundred and fifteen (T15) feet west of Killbnck creek, marked rillWxM," lf.thnfsaiil termini and all of the line of said proposed Uailroad being within the limits of constructed as near as may be practicable np- A(Hh lln -nrfVAl and located throurh said township by the Lake Kne, Wooster and Mus kingum t aiiey Kaiiway company. Tfijit von annmnriate therefor, ana towards the construction of said Uailroad the sum of FiltvThousand jJollafe, sucn sum not exceeu ingilvcpeccent. of the ascsed valuation of fcbipof Hardy, last made. mat saia mi m oirui iuuuauui'ii uc n lMtniIorAi(t TnirnthiD. and that said bonds 1eordiuarv coupon bonds and thattheyjuid the coupons thereto attached shall be parable lutlrecitv or Aew York, and that said" bonds bear in tern-1 at the rate of eight her cent, per annum pavanie seim-annuaiiy on me nrscuays of .la n nary and July in each year. That one-tmh in amount or said bonds-that U to sav, theuiiuof Ten Thousand Dollars thereof. nail run sixteen vears and become due andiayable in sixteen years from and after the tiate or their execution. That one-fllth in amount of said bonds, that Is to say, the sum 'of Ten Thousand 1 Dollar thereof. i.halt run seventeen years and become due and payabb; in seventeen years from a art alter the date orthelr ceeut1ou. That one-fifth in amount of said bonds, that is to say, the suui or Ten Thousand Dollars thereof, shall run eighteen years, and become due and payable In nineteen years from and after the date of their execution. That one-fifth in amount of said bonds'that is to say; the snm of Ten' Thousand Dollars thereof, shall rnu nineteen years, and become due and payable In nineteen years from and alter the date oftheir execution. That one-tilth in amount of said bonds, that is to say the. sum of Ten Thousand Dollar thereof: h hall run-twentv: Tears and become duo and payable in twenty ears troin and ai ter the date oftheir execution. That said bonds bhall be executed In the usu al and ordinary manner of executing township bonds, bv the Trustee and Clerk or said Town-. sin iui iinniy, nun ignetl ny id era. auu huaii Seventy of .aid bonds numbered consecutive- )r fmni one to serentv. inctiKiT orilvclmn- dred. dollars each, aud one hundred and fifty of am nouns numuereii consecutively irom one to one nunureu and nuy, inclusive, oi tne sum of oue hundred dollars'eacb; and that to each and cverv of said bonds be attached the usual and necearv interest coupons corresponding in date i and number with the bonds to which they arc attached, and which coupons shall be signed by the written signature of the Clerk of 3tim Luntiauifi ui iiiinna That you call a meeting of the qualified elec tors of said townshin of Hardv. Holmes countr. Ohio, at the time and place and iu the manner irnvided iy law, on batunlav, October oth, A. l. ISTi. at the UMial nlace of holdinir elections Insaid townhip,and require said voters at the special elections so.io tne neio, to vote loror against theconstruction of the propo-cdJIaiK road, and the other requests herein made, and that you give the notice by publication, a re- ouireti uv law." Thisremiest Is made under the nrovisions of an act ol the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, entitled Au act, toanthorlae counties. cities, incorporated villages and townships to uiiiui ranruuus, ana o lease ana operate ine same," paxed April 23d, 1872; and iorthepur- (suacvi aToiiiugswu wwiisnip oi an ine Dfjne tlt, powers and privilege of 6 aid act , " 'f i.n,icM.f torn - i - j. a u. r . i oornear Y. II. Card. It. C Brown, Thomas Armor, dames A. Estil, J. Cherryholmes, Ixuls Slayer, J no. W. oorhes, Jacob Uellingcr. 'William Pix," U iJ.-WV Everett, W.U. McDowell, 1 It. Hoagland, A. J. Bell, J. II. Newton, John S. Orr, A.H.Baird, It. French, Charles Ho&e, A B. Gonsor. W. U Forbes, J. K. Raifr, CJ. Vooihes, J.T.Maxwell, 11C Maxwell, Isaac Harpster, A B Frey, H ti Saunders, F WGasche, Fred Nussbaum, Geo Adams; j I) B Henderson, V Jacobs,. AV B Yergin. UKEnos, " N 1' McCormick, J P Larimer, A SMIUholland, Ellas Mast, N H Kverhart, J A Leopold, II It Abtett, S It Weirich. s H Cherryholmes, JnoF Hudson, ' Joseph Butler, James E Anderson, GU Parkinson, 11 11 McCulloch, Daniel French, James Farra, A Wolgamor. Joshua Teisher, T B Cunningham. Awaits , James Uhl. r J II H Robinson, B J Young, 11 1) McDowell, A Shrimplin, WU Donald, Joel Pomercne, Doiey Wilson. G. Fchrenbuch, E.1I. Hull. T. L, Pierce, J. Mm vane. J. Hull, John. P. Walkup. A; B7 Rudy, Robert Justice. A. M. Johnston, J. CCorbua, M. bhoup. A. J.stifilcr. J Caskey. George J?chnorr, U.S. Weston, J. S. Ncli-on, JohuCroker, J. DLacy John Tajlor, v. r. cnarp, D. A. McDowell, A.Uhler. Samuel Han no. John I. bpeucer, u w nil re, Georire G Farver. JGOJighani, John Corbus.T USvorwork. I JiSMcCorabv 1 i u v vane vera; D G Newton,' Jacob Schuler. Samuel Barton, Charles L Loos. E J Duer, Isnne Marx, A J Hamifeon. J C Johnson, C Hoffman, Thomas J Everett, M Lohaas,' M A Hoa eland. John Koms Solomon Clo-e, Samuel Lowther, .ionn coney, John Cantor. George Lichner, Michael Simon. Newton Johnson, A M Donald. J G Walkup. u ii i mm sKciiy, Fied Fritz, Baldwin Hcrzcr, John LiH George Bobbins, nosacK ueeu, That in accordance with said reouesl. a meeting of said electors is lie re by called and a Special Klectmn for said purports herebyor- uereu at tueusuai place oi noiuing elections in said township, On Saturday, October 5th, A. D. 1872, between the hours of G oclot'k a. sc. and C o'clock r. n. ot said day, at which time and place said electors are required to vote for or against the construction or said Kailroad, the borrowing of the amount named, and the lssu inirof lxnds as a fund for that nuruose. and the other rcque.-U therein made. The opinion or said Electors shall be express ed ou their ballots as follows.-, , "jiauroau--1 es," or -Jtanroaa no." u men ballots shall be counted and returned, and re turn made of said election by the.lndges ami clerks of elections as in other cases ofelections. CS. UHL, i Trustees of O. W. FINNEV, Hardy Tp , HOSACK REED, Holmes co.O John M. Robinson, Clerk oftaid Township. m Stationery. To all who are In need tt Darter, en velopes, &c, plain or fancy, we would state, that we have a good-assortment on hands, and are fitting lip the room hack of the Post Office, where samples of our stock can be seen. -The best brands of -Cip, Legal Cap, 'Fools Cap Xote Heads, Bill Heads, Letter Heads Xote and Letter Paper, always on hands Envelopes oi an, styles anu colors, uur paper "arid envelopes are .of-'the best quality, and will be sold , at Jhe very lowest figures; Prsons' wlshirig to ha've tlfeif cards printed oil "their envelopes, or letter heads, can have it done at lit tle expense. I'lcase remember that all kinds of Stationery can be had at wholesale or retail. Sew Hearse. Messrs. Taylor & Sharp have iust re ceived, in connection with a large stock of new furniture, a very handsome new Hearse and a good supply of coffins. They are now prepared to attend to all business in the Undertaker's line. The Hearse is very neatly and substantially gotten up, and the coffins are such as to give good satisfaction. They request us to sar that all business entmsted to them will be promptly and satisfactori ly attended to. They are likewise or dering furniture every few days, and can supply all on short notice. Give them a call. C2tf Millersburg Market. Sept. 19, 1872. KLOUK, Mil, Retail. -WHEAT, White busb WHEAT, Kcd, bush, COltX, per bush (new) KVE, . ' , 1IAULT3V," - - -OATS, new, buli. CLOVER SEED, M bush, TIMOTHV SEEU, " 8 CO 9 00 -' lOal.GO l,10al,50 33a!0 60 SO 25 - " S.O0aS, - " 1 W 43 -S0O39U r I.A. &r.r.Il, WHITE 11EAXS, " POTATOES, " HAY, ton, ECtiS, doz, BUTTER. (In roll) 53 lb. - ,.15 li--, 15 - t l.-t vis u - l: CHEESE, . " JJ.Mill, - HAJIS, " SIIOULDEIW. Will.. TALLOW, IIIIIKl) AITLES, IUm DltlKll l'EACIIKS, -f( lb.,. l'AREI) I'EACHES, It ACS, Will. FEATHERS, lb. SALT, W bbl. retail, -WOOL, B lb.. WOOD, per cnnl, ,.i DRESS El HOUS, 3 B5 3 50 60 Allegheny Cattle Market. PITTSBURGH, Sept, 4. 1872. CATTLE. The Hinmlr or cattle was araln comnaratlve- ly light to-dny, rooting uii about C34 head . The market opened up lalrlr active to-day, 'and nearly tr not all the good cattle were picked up early in llicday, and that too, at lull prices In some instances, at lietter prices than those of last week but the common grades were slow at tno opening anu continued to drag all the way through, selling at 1 tos cent, rrlmc toextra butchers' stock soldatfrom 8Jf toll.', and common at 5 toti) As compared Willi last week, there was little or no difference in pruc. it? vnil va A UT .IT vw vvn.v PXTB1TITTJRB, Look Through One of the Most Extensive Stocks ! In the United States; all or Our On No long stairs to climb, as we have Two steam .levators, one lor canning our vw.wui- ers and one for handling Furniture. So It is no trouble to look at goous on ine upper noors. HART k MALONE, 103, 105 '& 107 Water St.; Factory 30, 32 & 34 St. Clair St., CATTLE. SPECIAL NOTICES. ARE YOU COINC WEST! llC en tnko mir arlciHi nViil iin trhuCA vnlifr tickets orfei thfe old. reliable 'and'iKmnlarMio- souri Pad lie Kailroad. which i uositlnelr. the only Line tnat rum jthree Daily Kxpres.-, x rains irom sc. iouid 10 ivansasutj anu iuh West! and Is, positively, the only Line which runs Pullman's Talace )eepei and line Dav Coaches (especially l'or mover) equipped with JUUlerd Safety 1M at form and the patent btettm Scott. Lawrence. Leavenworth. Atchison. St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Bluffs and umana mtnout cuange. t or iniormaiion in regain to nmc xanies. rates, ssc, to any poim in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado,Tex as and California, call on or address S IX. Thompson, Agent, Missouri Tactile II. R., Co- mmnus, unio; or, r.. a. roni, uen-i i-asseng-er A Kent. St. Louis. Mo. So trouble to answer quest ionsv tin a. . i : a i Tincrc iu? cmiuraic; r , I o ... rr-tt. 'J nc answer.go to sou tn west juo-onn, because tie, Atlantic & Pacific Railroad. Co. offer 1.300.000 Acres of Land to actual settlers. at low price on long credit, besides furnishing free transportation over their road to purcha exs;th road extends lrom StJjuJCthruugh. .Missouri 10 mita. inuian xerritory. is oeing pushed rapidly to iu destination, tne Pacific Coa&t: will be one of the trunk lines of the country, never blocted ly tjouj the landsTalong the road arc in a rich fertile countrv. as pro ductive as any In the State; tho'ciiuiateconi bines, all the advantgesof nortlu-rn And louth cmJatitudes; good cIImate,oiI," health,water7 umoer, grazing, rruits and nowers, invite you togo to this region, tor further information address A. TUCK. Land Conir.523 Walnut Street, St. Louis, Mo. !ERORS OF" YOUTH. J r A GENTLEMAX who suffered for. Tears from Xervous Debility. Premature Decav, and all the effect of youthful Indiscretion will forthe sake of suffering humanity, sendfrce to all who need It, the recipe and direction for making the simple remedr br which he was cured. 'Sufferer wishing to profit by the ad vertisers experience can do so hy addressings in perfect confidence. JOHN OGDEN. ,2-lyr. No. Cedar St., Sew York. ra - . ' t.i The advertiser, havin? been nermnentlr cur. ed olthat dread disease, Consumption, by a simple remedy. Is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre. neriptlon used, (free or charge); with thedfree tions lbr preparing and using the same.t hich they will find a Mire cure' lor Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c Parties wishing the prescription will please address, UKV. KUWAKD A. WILSON, 15) 106 reim Mreet.Williamsburg.X.Y. How to G-o West. This is an enquiry which-every one should have truthfully answered before he starts on his journey, and' a'llttlc care taken iu exami nation of routes will in manv cases save much trouble; time and money.- The C, li. & Q. It. U.," running from Chica go, through Galeburgto Burlington, and the "i If. A wl. Koute." running ft-om Indianap olis through Bloomington to Burlington, have achieved a splendid reputation in the two years as lue icaamg passenger routes to me West. At Burlington ther connect with the B. X M. K. Kand form the, great Burlington Route, which runs direct through Southern Iowa to Nebraska aud Kansas, and with close connections to California and the Territories. Passengers starting from Holmes county on their wav westward cannot do better than to UshetLa pamphlet cal led i lii I o w. to Go yiest wmcu contains niucn vaiuauie imomiauon, a large correct map of the Great West, which can be obtained free of charge hy addressing the General Passenger Agent, It., AM. R.lC, Burlington, lowa.i , . T rt - FTTRITIJRB, .lw'-f : ' J'-iVi Jt At Wholesale and Retail. Sold Cheaper Than ,Ever,;at;i "17 WOOSTER, OHIO. . .'.If, 1 . FOIXNPRX Macliino Shop, Corner of Buckeye amlN'oith Streets, AS? CURRY & SONS, VROPBJETOnS, ' J f Build No. I Steam Engines ! Repair All Kinds of Machi nery, Manufacture Cast Iron FencesVPIows, &c, &c. Farmers and. IMeclirmics, Wlien you have Repairing to ilo, you will save money oy caiung ai uurrv cgunury. V - 1 ' . '-' ail k V W V tla Good Work at Peasonahle v- 'P.rices Cdrry's' can't' be"umkrsold'!n L"um- Doors, bash, Jlliiuls, liatu,. , Shingles, &c, &c. L Try Them. : ' ! 1 For Good FLAVORING EX- GO TO TUK Book Stoxe. A New Top-Buggy, STRONGLY BUILT and vrcll flnlthul. will be iioltl cheap. For rurther partleulai en liiireattbe BOOK STORE. Bpo.tsj&AShoes ! A number of Ladies at a Tea Party, were talking a to what was the great est Blessing to have. One said plenty of Greenbacks another said to have Shoes not to Pinch the Feet; an old- lady remarkedTo havt the Graoe of God is the Best of All. We have now in store a Mammoth Stocks ;of t Goods, which we are oifer- ing at Low Prices. 'Ourgoods are of the-?Best-.Qualitv and at prices to (suit the wa'nts:"of .EYERY BODY. 4 A full stock of jeather and- Shoe- maker's Findings. r 'ofrxSole .ivl VT ' Leather at reduced priQes. a i 3 w n Call and, -examine pur stock.- S:EGfiEMTHOLHES'&GD. August-26, 1872. Voorb.s Bros. (Snccessorsto Voorhes X Hudson,, T1V A T PPC TV . ,J L-OE'-ALL Ml IROIT HX2TC ! Warrants! to give satisfaction. Have a good assortment oi rfi tijv w are: Pumps, Firo Brick, Tile Pipe. Agents for best Mannfactnres of ...Ranges, Heaters, &c. Repairing" &Xoollrig- it. .i i a '. i . if! fl" .Short Xotice., , Old' Copper,- Rags and Iron Wanted. One door West of Empire House. Give us a call. low Now is the Time ' TO SKtJUE- -.. Great Bargains . . . . ox . . Dress Goods - -AKD ' i sit a 1 ; ' "WOOLEITS, Prriparato'ry to ' mak ing .room; , for FALL STOCK. Ju. MAYERS. AMERICAN And Most Perfect Machine Made in the World. ALSO, A SEWIJTG MA CHUTE, And one that will mace Button-Holes andDo UTer-seamta?, coxsixed ix oxs. THE SEWING MACHINE, Like all machines, when first made, and that did the work for which they were intended. was rude, uncouth and imperfect, but the in ventivc genius of man, stimulated by protec tion, has not only- improved them, but the last having the advantage of the defects and im perfections of the first, hare dev ised and oris inated new ones, that &ttaItogether letter, mora simplijted, neater and c&eaper, so that we can present to you avnachine that, at a glance, yon would pronounce perfect. At all events they will do work superior to hand work, either for neatness, durability and beauty. This we do in the American Sewing Machine, Which will do all work that is done by any Sewing Machine, and besides, simple and plain not hard to understand, easy to run, (eithcron acconntof their mechanical construction, or not being complicated, or both,) seldom or nev er out of order, and will last a lifetime. The Solendld Mechanism Of this machine, and the suierior skill, work manship ana materials einpioeu in us cou- anil durability, and runs with such ease that it makes a woman laugu. ine snuttie, nuiug in lis carrier, is sutuect to no wear, and the friction of a "race" is avoided. The tensions admit of such nice ad- justmcnt, and with such ease and certainty, that one of tho great difficulties met with in ordinary machines is entirely avoided. The leeu is acijusianie, so mat ie win ivurk wiiu equal lacimy eiiner ligns or neavv gouus. REFERENCES. This beinir comnarativelv a new machine nersons would naturallv be a tittle suspicions of baying a machinethey knew but little about nut Dy reierring to ine louowmgnnnieu per sons wno nave mese luucuincs m uc, jbu can be better satisfied: Mis Ann MiUhouse, Mrs. E.G. Saunders, George Kahter, " J. McElroy, " A. Ilenas. J. Carpenter, " J.Stnart, Miss Loo isa Koms, Mrs. Elder Sharp, Mrs. T. li. Moore, " M. W.Brown, " James Martin, A. li. Frcy, M. Low, " B. F.Calhoun, " Jos. Adams, " A. Ingles, " W. J. Courtney, " J. C Duncan, " Jos. Achemlre, " James Murry, " l-urdy, " M. McClure, 11 J. PouUon. .lonniianna, " Joseph Axe, " Wm. Fox, ' J. Erst, " JohnStiffler, " Enning, " II. S. Weston, Miss llusted, " Adtler, Mrs.Robert Karr, " G. U. Parkinson, " Urich, " Wm. Weaver, " Balhet. " L.Seedel. " J.E.Fillis, " B. Beegle, " H.G.White, Mary Ernest, John Held, Mrs. J. Cary, " W.Martin, Miss Suthenl, Mrs. G. Evans, " jmes, "Ji. Barnes, " n.lliMier, " Wm. Johnston. Mks J. rolock, Mrs. C. S. Terry, " u.itnmnan, " IJ. Martin, " S.J. Wiler, 11 Wm. Ebennan, Mines. Mist Steinbring, jiary juoran. " u. Harris, Mrs. Thomas Barnes, MksJ. Harter, " Kooert rowers, -- a. x- v, uiiaui, " G. W. Mitchel, " C Crawrord, Jr " II. Harrison, " J. I'hillips, ' E..I. Johnston, Miss J.'Patterson, THEIR SUCCESS. Onp evidence ol their worth is the snCCeSS that attends them, wherever they go. Other machines have earned a repntation and sell on their refutation, fand are entitled to itl but the world is wide aud we want a reputation too, and are willing to work for it, and that is what we are after to-day. , We warrant these machines to tie what they are represented, and if you will try them, you win nnatney win suit jon. J. W. HULL, Agent. These machines can be seen at the new room. . nearly opposito the Post Office, Millersburg, O., where aUo can be seen the "Wilson Machine, Whih rnrnp; Chn-nr: and elves sal Is faction. Call and gee them. Prices ranging- from 45 upwards. Sewtnsr machine attachment, needles and oil kept on hand. J&TThe foHowing goods to lie hart only at Hakpster, Bnor & Co., and warranted to be the best in the country, and cheap: Henry Ray's Grain dale, Fori, AMofliSioyelPlof MiclaiPiDCo.'s Pomps. Wisconsin Sasa ei Doors. Millersburg, O.. June St. 13TJ FURNITUEE! S. CLOSE, PROPIIIETOR OF THE HlllerslJurE Furniture Rooms TUK subscriber I prepared to All orders of all kinds In his line with promptness and dlpatch. lie keeps constantly on hand ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE From the cheapett quality to tho finest, a lit tin rheaner thau the t.ame article can benra. cured elsewhere. A splendid article of Bed-Room Furniture Kept constantly on hand. REl'AIKING Jfeatlj Pone on short notice.. Special attention given to tho business or Metallic. Excelsior anil Walnut Collins keut constantly on hantl. t'onlns manufactured to onier. xiro good liearses kept constantly In reudlness to attend calls. Wit S. OZaOBB. All Mtrlofll Of AMERICAN WATCHES ! Can be bought CHtAPF.R ot A.. DB. FREY every dav. than of ant onz who publishes to sell at factory list prices. If you want a do as others are dolnf, prove the TRCTH of this assertion by trying. Ton should see his IT w St ook! Generally, it i the let ever shown In Millers burg-. You can't fall to observe the place, forShrlmplin's Boots & Shoes are scattered all round the door just east of the place where you want to buy Watches and Jewelry l Which forstyleand beauty are not a whit be hind Dolly Vardens best. Look tlds Way Fori m Fastis! Ivactica.l Tailor, IS In receipt or the latest New York and PhiladephiaFashions forGenta and Boys. is aiso prepared to get up wore in tne most ap proved sty;es. ALL WORK WARRANTED TO FIT. He is still Agent forthewett known Improved Singer Machine. Needles and Oil on hand. Rooms, in Commercial Block, three doors -west of Milt one's Store. !mos6. J.. WAIT, Furniture, Furniture, At SPEAE & SONS, At SPEAK & SONS, West Liberty Street, OOS9H3EI, O. THEY HAVE THE Larpst, Eest Mi Clieagest Furniture establishment in this section of the State. Their stock is In endless variety, and . it Kill vav all in neeit of FnrnUun to call Uf or purcAalntjelneKtere. They Manufacture All Their Oivn Furniture, And WARRANT every piece Their assort ment Is complete, from the commonest to the very finest. Furniture made to order. If de sired. All they ask is a trial, feeling confident of giving entire satisfaction. If you want anything in the Fnrnitnre line, you can get it at reasonable figures at SPEAR & SONS, 4Str WOOSTER, O. GRAND RUSH ! Old and Reliable Stove & Tin Store OF M. SHOUP, NO. 2 COMMERCIAL BLOCK, TVT1 1 1 ertiburti O. THE undersigned Is now offering to the pub Ho the "EXTENSION." for Wood, "INLAND EMPIRE," Coal, And all the ditrerentstyles of STOYES, At the lowest living rates. Also, deals la Crates, Hollow Ware, Union Churn, beitmaie. Pumps, Ice, Ito. Cutlery, Cojjencare, Tinware. We manufacture CO ITER KETTLES, which we sell at Low Figures. Job Work and Repairing I Keatly done, on short notice. W do SPOUTINC AND ROOFINCt And guarantee a satisfactory Job TfS' tlma. Saleroom, No. 3 Uommerclal Block, MUlan burg, Ohio. 3VX. IBXIOTJZ.