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The Underground Worker.
I wonder if the boys and girls
watch as eagerly as I do for every
. little plant that breaks ground in
our gardenbeds! "What a change
a few weeks of warm sunshine
will make on the dark mold!
But did you ever think, while the
flowers were springing above,
wnai a cnnous worn: was going
on below tne ground? How
strange that each little root
konws just what to do to find the
proper food for the plant it nour
ishes. You mayj plant the dif
ferent kinds as close together as
you please; each- one knows his
vocation. The grass roots run
alongjust below the surface of
the ground. The beets and car
rots send thin spindle roots, like
wedges, down into the very heart
it of the soil. The tall trees send
forth 41 thousand rootlets far and
.,wide,and a main root trnuk down
very deep to the water springs;
4sovno matter how dry the surface
of the ground may got, they will
still have nourishment. The
thirsty willows seem to know by
instinct the side on which water
may be found, and send their
roots for rods in one direction in
order to touch the pond or river.
I have a friend who was obliged
well great basketfuls of willow
roots which came from a tree
several rods distance. Every
root knows what product to take
up. The wheat gathers up the
silica in the soil to make into its
brittle stalk; another vegetable
chooses largely of lime; and none
,of God's works ever make a
' -I think the world below the
soil, is quite as wonderful, if not
as;b'eautiful, as the world above
it. Certainly, without these
humble little workers, who go on
mining in the darkness,we would
never have the beautiful flowers,
choice fruit, and greatful shade
of our noble trees.
If we are humble worksrs in
God's world, let us be content
and, labor on. Perhaps the work
whibhlwe do well seem so great
importance when we look upon
it in the light of etemity.-Zoxton
Faith and Works.
Two gentlemen were one day
crossing the river in a ferry-boat.
A dispute about faith and works
arose; one saying that good
works were of small importance,
and that faith was everything;
the other asserting the contrary.
Not being able to convince each
other, the ferry man, an enlight
ened Christian, asked permission
to give his opinion. Consent be
ing 'granted, ne said, "I hold in
my hands two oars. That in my
right hand I call faith; the other,
in myleft, works. Now gentle
men,please to observe,4 pull the
oar of faith, and pull that alone.
Seel the coat goes round and
round, and the boat makes no
progress. I do the same with
the oar of the works, and with a
precisely similar result, no ad
VhriSS. Mark! I pull both togeth
er, we go on" apace, and in a
very few minutes we shall be at
our landing place. So, in my
humble opinion, he added, faith
with works, or works without
faith, will not suffice. Let there
be both, and the haven of eternal
rest is sure to be reached.
-A'iLthe .flower is before the
font, :so is faith before good
Faith is the parent of works,
and the children will bear a re
semblance to the parent.
It is not enough that the in
ward works of a clock are well
constructed, and also the dial
plate, and hands;the one must act
on the other, the works must reg
ulate the movement of the hands
Mothers, Put Your Children
There may be some mothers
who feel it to be a self-denial to
leave their parlors, or fire-sides,
or work, to'put their little child
ren to'bed. They think that the
nurse' could do it just a3 well
that it is of no consequence who
"hears the children say !their
prayers." Now, setting" aside
the pleasure of opening the lit
tle bed and tucking the -darling
up, 'there are really important
reasons why the mother should
lint. vifilrl this nrivilesre toTanvone.
x o- , -
In the first place, it is the time
of all times' when a chila is in
clined to show-its confidence and
affection. All its little secrets
come out with more truth and
less restraint; its naughtiness
through, the day can be reproved
and talked over with less excite
ment, and with tho toviillenejss
and calmness necessary to make
permanent impression. If the
little one has shown a desire rto
do; well and be obedient, its effort
and success can be acknowledg
ed ana commanded in a manner
that need not render it vain or
self-satisfied. "We must make it
a habit to talk to our children,
in order to get from them an ex
pression of their feelings. We
cannot understand the character
of these little beings committed
to our care, unless we. do. And
if we "do not know what they are
we cannot govern them wisely,
or educate them as their different
natures demand. Certainlyjit
would be. unwise to excite young
children by too much conversa
tion with them just before put
ting them to bed. Every moth
er who carefully studies the tern
perament of her children, will
know how to manage lthem in
this respect. But of this all
mothers may be assured, that the
last words at night are of great
importance, even to the babies
of the flock : the very tones of
the voice they last listened to,
make an impression on their
sensitive organizations. Mother,
do not think the time and
strength wasted, which you spend
in, reviewing the day with your
little boy or girl; do not neglect
to teach it how to pray, and to
pray1 for it in simple and earnest
language which itcan understand.
Soothe and quiet its little heart
after the experience of the day.
It has had its disappointments
and trials, as well as its play and
pleasures; it is ready to throw its
arms around your neck and take
its goodnight kiss. Mother's
Farm and Household.
Linseed Tea for Sick Horses.
We find the following "in an
agricultural paper,credited to'an
"Linseed tea is not only
very valuable restorative for sick
horses but is exceedingly useful
in cases of inflammation or the
membrance peculiar to the or
gans of respiration and digestion.
it shields and lubricates the same
tranquilizes the iritable state of
the parts, and favors healthy ac
tion. "Wo have prescribed lin
seed tea in large quantities, dur
ing the past month, for horses la
boring under the prevailing in
fluenza; they seemed to derive
much benefit from it, and gener
ally drank it with avidity. Aside
from the benefit we derive from
the action of mucilage and oil
which the seed contains, its nu
tritive elements are of some ac
count, especially when given to
animals laboring under soreness
in the organs of deglutition;which
incapacitates -from swallowing
more solid food. In the event of
an animal becoming prostrated
byinability to masticate or swal
low moreioodjlinseed tea may be
restored to, and in case of irita
ble cough, the addition of a little
honey makes it still more useful.
In the latter form it may be) giv
en to animals laboring under ac
ute or chronic diseases of the urin
ary apparatus, more especially of
"To make linseed tea put a
couple of handsful of the seed in
to a bucket, and pour a gallon
and half of boiling water into it.
Cover it up a short time, then
add a couple of quarts of cold wa
ter, when it will be fit "to use.
Keep the Cattle Growing.
The most useful breeders of
horses, cattle, sheep or swine,
know from experience that al
though they may possess the
best breeding animals, they will
not be successful in producing
superior stock if a continual
growth of young animals is not
kept up. In order to begin in
time at this indispensable prepra-
tion for success, the brood mares,
cows,ewes and sows are most ear
ful and suitably fed while with
young! and soon as the young an
imals make there appearance,
they are taken the greatest care
of. the lambs being suitably fed
while suckling, and when the
young-ones are weaned, they are
not supposed to want for food or
drink a single hour. By this
means a continuous or rapid
growth is kept up, and the1 ani
mals, attain a large size and
heavy weight at an early age.
When breeding animate Ttre'riot
properly fed and comfortably
sheltered in winter,the bad effect
of such treatment is not confined
to their want of condition-it is
shared by their progeny, and can
never be remediated. When
your stock are not fed well and
comfortably sheltered in winter
their growth becomes stunted,
and no subsequent amount of
good treatmeut can repay the
damage. Young animals may
suffer for want of proper proven
der in summer and autumn, as
well as in winter, and when this
happens it stops continuous
growth and prevents ultimate
success in the objectsof the breed
ers- Working farmer.
A Cheap Cellar Bottom.
In sections of the country
where there is an abundance of
cobble-stones, collect a few loads
of them about four or five inches
in diameter, grade the. bottom of
the cellar, lay the cobbles in
rows, and ram them down one-
third in the ground, so that they
will not rock nor sunk below the
lineof the rows by any heavy
superincumbent pressure, such
as the weight 01 a nogsneaa 01
molasses or tierce' of vinegar.
The bottom of the cellar should
be graded so that the outside
will be at least two inches lower
than the middle. A mistake some
times' occurs by grading the eel
lar bottom in such a manner that
the centre will be two or three
inches lower than the outside,
When this is the case, should wa
ter enter from the outside, it will
flow directly toward the middle.
A straight edged board should be
placed frequently on each row of
stones as they are oeing ram
incd, so that tho upper sides may
be in a line with each other. Af
ter the stones are laid and well
rammed down, place a few
boards on the pavement to walk
on ; then make a grouting of
clean sand and water lime, of
Bosendale cement, and pour it
on the stones until all the inter
stices are filled. As soon as'the
grouting has set, spread a layer
of good cement mortar one inch
over the top of the pavement,and
trowel the surface oft smoothly.
In order to spread the mortar
true and even on the surface, lay
an inch board one foot from the
wall, on the surface of the pave
ment, stand on the board, and
fill the space with mortar even
with the top of the board :after
which, move the board one foot,
fill the space with mortar, and
trowel it off smoothly. Such a
floor will cost less than a board
floor, and will endure as long as
the superstructure is kept in re
A floor made in the foregoing
manner on the ground in the
basement of a barn, a diggery,
or a stable, would be rat-proof,
and would be found cheaper and
more serviceable than a plank
floor. The work should be done
in the former, part of the growing
season, so. that the cement may
have sufficient time to become
dry and hard before cold weath
er. Industrial Monthly.
Are Mailing Preparations
From the very Jjest
REAPERS, MOWERS, THRESHING MACHINES,
Hay Eakes, Plows, Plow Points, Corn Plows and Cultivators,
And In fact
by which a quiet or slow motion is easily obtained by simply moviug a lever. This lever is so
driver WHILE THE 3IACIIIXK IS IX MOTION'. Another advantage.' in this improvement is
eignt incnes nigncr man in any otner macnine. xnere are many oiner improvements rotnts iteaper ana .mower wmcn aaa greauy to its goon
qualities as a combined Machine which it is not necessary to enumerate. Vc invite farmers to call and examine for themselves. AVehavc
also made an improvement in the HUB of our HAY UAKE, which we believe will make it superior to any Hake now iu use.
Wo MacJiihe ofZhfeiior Quality is Permitted to Leave the Shops
REPAIRING AND JOB "WORK,
Done on Short Notice and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
W. W. RENFREW, Sec'y.
US. ATTEITTIO.IT !
for a large and Extensive
summer oj j.tsrz.
WE ARE MANUFACTURING
OF FAEMING IMPLEMENTS,
material, and will keep constantly on hand a full supply of
. lioad Plows and Scrapers, Farm
every kind of Machinery needed about
Trade for the Spring and
arranged that the change can be made by the
that the Cutter-bar can lie elevated from six to
JOS. ADAMS, President.
n. p. Mccormick,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWMYr SPECTACLES, &6,
SILVER & PLATED WARE,
MUSICAIi INSTRUMENTS, &c.
All Kind of Mepairing Neatly Done.
1 MAIN STREET, ... MILLERSBURC
TU C C I RIM O
This Cut Illustrates tta nuner of Using I
Fountain Xasal Injector, I
This instrument Ss eepcciaUy designed for tho
perfect application of
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY.
It is tbe only form of instrument yet invented
with which fluid medicine can be carried hinh vu
and perfectly applied to all parts of the affected ca-
fu passages, mm me cuaoiuers or cavities com
mnnicatinz therewith, in which sores and nlccra
frequently exist, and from which the catarrhal dis
charge generally proceeds. The want of enccess
in treating Catarrh heretofore has arisen largely
from the impossibility of applying remedies to
inese cavities ana cu&didctb oy any ox mo orai
narv method!. This obstacle in the wav of ef.
fectln? cures is entirely overcome by the invention
of the Douche. In using this instrument, the Fluid
H carried by its own weight, (no muffin o, forcing or
lumping being required.) up one nostril in a full
gently flowing etream to the highest portion of the
nasal passages, passes Into and thoroughly cleans
es all the tnbea and chambers connected therewith.
andflowtoutol the opposite nosbiU lis use is pleas
ant, and bo simple that a child can understand
it. Full and explicit directions ac
company each instrument. When used with this
instrument. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures re
cent attacks of "Cold In the Head" by
& few applications. .
Symptoms of Catarrh Frequent head
ache, discharge falling into throat, sometimes pro
fni xcaterv. thick mnens. nurulcuLoffenstve. c
In others a dryness, dry, watery, weak or inflamed
eres.stoppingup oroosiraciiuooi ua?ai passagep,
ringing in ears, deafness, hawking and coughing
to clear throat, ulcerations, scabs from nicer?.
Voice altered, nasal twang, offensive breath, im
paired or total deprivation of sense of smell and
taste, dizziness,, mental depression. Joss of appe
tite, indigestion, enlarged tonsils, tickling cough,
fcc. Only a few of these symptoms are ukelr to
be present in any case at one time.
fir Sage's catarrh Remedy, hen
used with Dr. Pierce's Nnial Douche,
and accompanied with tho constitutional treat
ment which is recommended in tho pamphlet
that wraps each bottle of tho Bcmedy.ls a per
Tect specific for this loathsome disease, and the
proprietor offers, in good Jalth, $500 reward
lor a case be can not cure. Tho Itemedy is mild
and pleasant touse,containingno strong or can sue
drugs or poisons. The Catarrh Remedy is sold at
CP cents. Douche at 60 cents, by.all Drna
! cists or either will be mailed by proprtoroa
receipt of 60 cents. R. V. PIEBC, JUfk
Sole Proprietor, BUFFALO, N. Y. l
And alto the Unrivalled
Circulars and Price Lists sent free on
Warerooms, Nos. 25 and 27 Prospect
Best and Clieapest Hair
Dressing in the World.
Daniel French, Hosack Reed,
11. 11. JUCIULLOCH.
NEW MRAniENT !
Have completed their arrangements and have
now in mil operation uivir
UEW PLAITING LULL !
And will keep constantly on hand every de
Consisting in part of
Lumber, Timber, Battens,
Siding, Lath, Shingles,
Moulding & Flooring,
Surfaced & Match-
Doors and Blinds,
Framesi Castings &
Balusters, Newell Posts,
Railings, -Sash, etc., etc.
ISySurf Acins anil Matching done to order
on snore notice.
Builder?, Farmers and others in want of
Lnm)ertor anything else in oar unet at tne
limcsi jiricst itc us n van.
Office and Yard West End of Main Street,
near tne uruigc.
French, Reed & McCulloch.
u. - J
T WOULD rcenecifiillr nnnonncc to tho nub
X He thut I am prepared to It 1 1 nil orders for
Ladies' & Gentlemen's
In the lict and most approved style.
I Keep none but the llest Workmen
and Warrant All my Work.
Repairing Done in Superior
Oh, See! Just,See!
In Nevoand Beautiful Cases.
miII3 Celebrated Instrument combines more
.1 perfection than any other Reed Instru
ment in ine martec, rcsumnjr irora
The Patent Manual Sub-Bass,
The Patent Knee Swell,
The Patent Organ Bellows,
The Patent Vox Jubilante,
The Patent VoxHumanaTremolo.
These ImorOTements belonjr exclusively to
Lilt; jmxjx vrnviH .... n iui nni ''.
round, sympathetic and powerful touc surpass
bend for Catalogues.
Agent for Holmes and. Ashland Counties.
E. XX. Strubbe,
zeus of Holmes and adjoining counties,
that he is prepared to do all work in his line
aim guarantee buiiMacuuu.
Harness Made to Order.
tlC UIM tllC lib IUI 1,11 If IUUUI.I 11" lu
perior to all others.
jpgy-None but the best workmen employed.
E. II. STRUBBE.
Berlin , O., Aug. 20, 1872. Itf
Notice to Teachers.
milE PALL EXAMINATION OF TEACH-
1 ers of llolraes County, O- will be held at
tlnnca ITnnm Va T In HI I llorchiiro- Ml
SEPTEM1IEU, 14th anU2S;
OCTOBER, 12th and 26th;
NOVEMBER, 9th and 23rd;
In addition to the above, examinations trill
oe neici in ttcinuur, epiemuer itu, sw
villa. fi.nt slstrXanolemi. Oct. l'Jth.
S?" These Examinations will open at 9
o'clock, A. M., and close at 3 o'clock P. M.The
class will not be open for admission of appli
cants after 10 o'clock. Tho Board has done
away with the practice of ante-dating certifi
cates. "o one is fully competent to engage a
school till after obtaining a certiflcatefrom the
ltourd of School Kxaminers. It is reauired by
the terms of the school law, that everv teacher
must be qualified to teach Orthrograpny,ueaa
inir. Writine. Arithmptir.tf;eo!?rai)hv and EniT-
lisn Grammar, and possesses an adequate
knowledge of Theory and Practice of Teach
ing. So attention will bo given to applicants for
private examinations. Testimonials of good
moral character, signed by at least two respon
sible persons, will be required of each candi
date. These testimonials must be placed in a
stamped envelope, unsealed, and addressed
with the name and post-ofllce of tho candidate
and presented on the dav of examination. Cer
tificates will be or four grades, to-wit: Six
Months, Twelve Months. Eighteen Months,
Twenty-four Months. Certificates of Six
Months being very low grade and trial certifi
cate, mav be issued a second time to tho same
applicant, if circumstances require. A fee of
50 cents is required of every candidate In ad
By order of tho Board.
LEWIS A. BEEBOUT, Clerk.
HENRY nESZER. , BALDWIN BKRZEH
H. & B. 1TEUZER,
Frodncc and Commission Merchants,
Flour, Craln and Mill Stuffs,
And lurcliacr of
'? WHEAT, IIVE,
WOOL. DUIK1 KltUIT,
Ai the Red Warshouss,
Mlllorsburfi, - Ohio.
At SPEAR & SONS,
At SPEAK & SONS,
West Liberty Street,
TIIEV HAVE THE
Larpst, Best ui Cfieajest
Fumltnre establishment in this section of the
fctate. Their stock is in endless variety, and
it mil vaxi all in nttd of furniture to call before
purchasing elsevhere. They
Manufacture Ml Tlieir
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 atrial, feeling- confident of
giving entire satisfaction.
If you want anything in the Furniture line,
you can get it at reasonabc figures at
spear & SONS,
4Stf WOOSTEE, O.
ft "Ms Iwb" lade
Or JEM OTHERS?
1st, The public know it to be durable. A
conclasivc evidence is, twenty years have not
placed second-hand "Howe" machines in the
market. It cannot be said of any other ma
chine. 2nd. It contains the material for its own
3rd. It has less wearing points than any
4th. It draws up a stitch as you do by hand;
others o not.
5th. You have perfect control over both
threads; others have not.
6th. It gives off thread in proportion to the
thickness of fabric sewed, thereby avoiding
slow motion over seams, droppingstitches and
breaking of needles a great objection to all
7th It sews a tight seam in cassimere,bnry
iug the thread on either side, rind then a tissue
paper, without change of tension.
8th. The presser foot is easily swung out
the wav when you set a needle or put under
work. "It is not so with any other.
9th. Many new machine companies had
their rise and fall their machines once popu
lar now scarcelv knownothers have made
radical changes in order to exist; while the
Howe Machine Compauv have adhered to the
opinionof'Elias Howe, Masterof Mechanics"
("The machine is mechanically correct; does
not change"), built addition after addition to
their factory, and to-day cannot supply the
demand, although turning out six hundred
machines a day just one machine a minute.
H. MENUEZ, Agent.
SIILLERSBnCG, O. 41tf
a n stvlos of
Can be bought CHEAPER ot
A. 13- PREY
every day, than of any one who publishes
sell at Factory list prices. If you want a
do as others are doinff, prove the truth of this
assertion Dy trying, i ou snomu see nis
IT w Stock!
Generally, it i the Lett ever shown in Millers
burg. You can't fail to observe the
place, for Shrimplin's Hoots
& Shoes are scattered
all round thedoorjusteast
of the place where you want to buy
Watches and Jewelry I
Which forstyleand beauty arc not a whit be-
ninu uouy vanien s ueii..
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
which is at
fng the hair.
It soon re
or gray hair
to its original
color, with the gloss and freshness of
youth. Thin hair is thickened, fall
ing hair checked, and baldness often,
though not always, cured by its
use. Nothing can restore the hair
where the follicles aro destroyed, or
the glands atrophied and decayed;
but such as remain can be saved by
this application, and stimulated into
activity, so that a new growth of
hair is produced. Instead of fouling
the hair with a pasty sediment, it
will keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional uso will present the hair
from turning gray or falling off,
and consequently prevent baldness.
The restoration of vitality it gives
to the scalp arrests and prevents
the formation of dandruff, which is
often so uncleanly and offensive.
Free from those deleterious sub
stances which make some prepara
tions dangerous, and injurious to tho
hair, the Vigor can only benefit, but
not harm it. If wanted merely for
a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else
can be found so desirable. Contain
ing neither oil nor dye, it does not
soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on tho hair, giving it a rich,
glossy lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer &. Co.,
rriictlml nnd Analytical Chemist,
BOLD RY AIL M:UfiC!lSTS KV KHXWI 1 EK It.
Uirrratoil Plies that
11K llIMl'3 l'ILK II Ell -Elir
fails to cure. It is
prepared expressly to
cure tho Piles and
nothing i'Iss. Sold by all DruggUts.
Se deceived but for coughs, coMs, sore
roat, noar&cncss and bronchial difficulties,
'Worthless Imitations are on the market, bnt
the only scientific preparation of Carbolic
Acid for Lung diseases 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 the mucus mem
brane these tablets should be freely used, their
cleansing and healing properties aro astonish-
Ee warned, never neglect a cold, it is easily
cured in its incipient state, when it becomes
chronic tbe cure is exceedingly difficult, use
Wells' Carbolic Tablets as a snecific
JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt SU New Tort,
soie Agents tor tne umiea states, nu ior
Circular. Price S3 Cents a box. 8w4
rpq THE WORKING CLASS.Mleor
I Temale, $60 a weet guaranteed. Respec
table employment at home, day or evening, no
capital required; full instructions and valua
ble package 01 gooas to start wim sent irre vv
mail. Address, with 6 cent return stamp, M.
YOUXG & CO., 16 Conrtland St., Xew York.
Tt is not a nhvsio which mav rive temDOrarv
relief to the sufferer for the first few doses, but
wmcn, xrom continuea use d rings i-jies ana
trirwlr-pil dfeeasM to fthl in weakeninirthe in
valid, nor is it a doctored liquor, which, under
the popular name of "Bitters" is so extensively
paiuicu uu uu iuc jjuuiiu msuiciciu iciuuiu
but it Is a most powerful Tonic Alterative,pro
nniinced snbr the lead in ir medical authorities
of London and Paris, and has been long used bv
tne regular pnvsicians oi otner countries wnn
wonderful remedial results.
Dr. M's ExtraclJiiift
Contains all tbe medicinal virtues peculiar
tne plant, ana must ue taicen as a permanent
Is there want of action in vour Liver
orspleenr UnlessrelieveUatonce; tlie Dlood
Decomes impure oyueieieriuussctrcni.ii, litu
ducing scrofulous or skin diseases, blotches,
felons, postules, canker, pimples, Ac
Take Jurubeba to cleanse, purifr and rc.
store thm mated blood to healthy action.
Have vou a Dyspeptic Stomach !
Unless digestion is promptly aided the sys
tem is debilitated with loss of vital force, pov
erty of the blood, dropsical tendency, general
weakness or Lassitude.
TaVp ft to nceist Digestion without reaction.
It will impart youthful vigor to the weary suf-
Have you Weakness of the Intes
tines ! i ou are in danger of Chronic lliar
rhea or the dreadful Inflammation of tbe Bow-
Take it to allay irritation and ward off ten
dency to inflammations.
Have you weakness of the Uterine
or Unirary Organs I
You must procure Instant relief, or you are
liable to suffering worse than death.
Take it to strengthen organic weakness
liie Decomes a Duraen.
Finsiiiv it should be freanentlv taken to keep
the system in perfect health or you are other
wise in great danger of malarial or miasmatic
or contagious diseases.
JOIIX Q. .KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St, New York,
Solo agent for the United States.
Price One Dollar cer Mottle. Send for Circular
3 - I Send stamp for ni'd Catalogue
X5llLLQ.6rS I on Building. A. J. BICISKL
& CO., x v arreii oi, i ,
A f3T!NTR I SOMETIIIXG XEW, 6 sala
av,t,n ii3 ble articles, sell at sight Cat-
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elleve and make It Sleep Contain
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For sale by W. R. YERGLV, Millersbnrg, .0
THE TRUSTEES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF
Hardv. In thecountvof Holmes and State
or Ohio, hereby give notice that sealed propo
sals will be received by them, at the office of
the Clerk of said township, in the town of Mil
lersburg, until the 28th day of decern be r, A. V.
1872, for the construction of a railroad in said
township according to the terms of an Act of
the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, .en
titled "An Act to authorize counties, cities, in
corporated villages" and townships to build
railroads and to lease and operate the same,"
passed April 23, 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 seetion number twenty-three (23) town
ship nine (9) range seven (7), at a stake mark
ed "911x95" thence up the valley of the Kill
buck creek to tbe north lino of said township
to a stake 6even hundred and fifteen (715) feet
west of Killbuck creek, marked '1190x20' both
of said termini and all of the line of said pro
posed Railroad 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 furnished; 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-class road,
ready for the rolling stock.
2d. That a rood aualitv of Iron T rails be
used, weighing not less than sixty pounds per
lineal yard, and laid on not less than twenty
six hundred and forty good, substantial cross
ties per mile.
The railroad is to be located and built as
near as practicable upon tne line surveyed ana
located through said townshlo br the Lake
Erie, Wooster 4 Mnskjngum valley Railway
A profile of which will be for f inspection b;
nersons wishing to bid on the work, in tbe of
flee of the Clerk of said township on and after
tne Din ox uecemocr, u. 10 iz.
Said railroad to be built under the direction
and supervision or said Trustees.
The railroad to be built on sr rounds or richt
of-way to be furnished by said township, or if
furnished by the bidders to be transferred to
said township for a consideration to be agreed
upon before the execution of the contract for
tne construction 01 saia raiiroaa.
Bids should be made for the whole of said
road, for a specified amount of the bonds of
saia lownsnip, 10 De issuea lor tnas purpose
and filed in the office of the Treasurer of the
.uieuf Ohio in thirty days, from the date here-
01, or ior a given aistance 01 saia roaa.
The contractor will be reauired to rive bond,
with surety, as required bylaw, within such
time as may be designated by said Trustees,
upon acceptance of any bid and entering into
contract nnuer tne same.
Dated this 26th day of October, A. D . 1872.
G. W. FINNEY.i Trustees of
a S. UHL. Hardv Tcu
II. REED. Holmes Co. O.
Attest. J.M.ROBINSOX.Tp. Clerk.
We would respectfully invito the attention of
tne puuiic to our
Osap Owe IMp!
We have a fall suddIv of nlanU on hand.
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For the term of three vears. warranting them
to grow, and warranting a good stand for the
ONE DOLLAR FEE HOD
In three annual payments. We thank the Deo
pie of Holmes and Tuscarawas counties lor
tneir targe patronage, ana tnose wisningto
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perienced in the business of Hedge Growing,
and can make a fence In four fears sufficient
ui .uih iuij awut,aiiuvuiuiwii. urvicz get
ting 1000 Mods or Over 30 pev
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Shanesville, Tuscarawas Co., where we will be
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