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to banded to by
an ! rie
Aieal mmpaign jutt doted hat been ax
fc exciting one, and hat engroaed much
lention. We now expect tt de-
Local and General Xewt,at
i to Mttcellany. Our paper has reached
' circulation by 30 per cent, than hat ever
t far any paper in Ike torn v. We
dear sheet, and fairly balanced boon
t-puod reason why wt thould not be
do to. Our people were never more prof
Many of our tubteribertnever pel in deb
They alwayt pay in advance, for which
UK our thankz. Other art not to pane-
r and with them U it neglect and thought-
lettnrm, at l$ey are ready la pay mtmoot any time.
Wt thall commence immediately to make out
uccounU Jar Subtcription, Advertizing and Job
Work, and continue the tame until whoUy ac-
Some of thete aaxuntt art of old ttanding
other are of more recent date. AO can be readi
ly, tquarely and taUtfadarily mettled, and we
atk all to oome promptly forward and tctllt,at we
need the money very much.
Will our patront who feet like aiding and tut
laining ut in making a goooVpaper, fhme prompt-
ly forward and do to now, when we meed help,
and let ut commence fairly and tquarely the
utartlud.it before Utt
P., Ft. W. & C. Railway.
LSI APTEH Nov. 12th. 1S7L Trains will
av'- tious daily, (Sundays excepted,)
TKALKg GOISO WEHT.
1 i- mXlu A.X.
Am rz I Ah mm 7.10 mm .-Hia m
Jchest'. l.S-am 6.45am lu. am
Aliance- -OA am 11.46 a m L pm
trrrllle t.Sim a LSSpm XXipm
Wnanid tutsan. 4-22 d ni & t m
axWAf l.ivaml Uipu -lopm
l"".-1 9 Mm ml .10aml .. p n.
freetlo.53ani 7.40 a nil tL2pnj
f mm ili.6-au, .! anj tJSUpm
I.Wyne -lupa 1 . 1.40 a -1 i 43 a nj I
ym'th-J 4.17 pa I 2.5pn. I.u5aa.l
ncago ?3Upn .3pn I oUan
TRA1MS GOISO BAR.
I . MAIL. I IX. . EX.
.15 p m
1 1.44 Din
&50am &m ml S5pm
i.vpu unpoi i.fzam
4.2Upmj 62upm 2.auam
Mpn 6.4U Dml 4JMam
iijitmi v.wpm: 4JtUam
5.06 a m
8.U6 a m
liosptul 7Jbpnj s.utaml H.Utam
miixxvpmf fe.comf i-iapm
i IUi5pm Z.1U a m lixu p ui uapm
F. R. MYKKS,
eneral PagKenger and Ticket AgU
and Louisville Railroad
take effect Monday, Nov. 13, 1871.
No. 1 No. S Ac
TIONS. Paaaenger. and Mall.
Freaaont 7:40 " 4:10
Jackson 7 01
t'oMorta , , 7.15
Vl nrl Inr
No. 4 No I Ac.
TT.O'a. Passenger, and Mail
rieniont o.lo P m .10 a m
.70.7 " 11412
.00 " 1L40
mnnwiloua are made at MonroeviUe
ba&eld,Columbiia,4U. ijeaving r inaiay
in. arrive at Cleveland a a m.
ledo at 10M am. . . .
; Cleveland at 2J0 p m and xoieaoat
, arriving at t loamy same evening.
am Cleveland at HM a m. and Toledo at
k, arrive at Findlay at HJtu am.
k Findlay at IM P m, arrive at Cleve-
0.40 and Toledo at 7.3a same evening.
Mmmgert by thit road will reach findlay
lhanby any other route.
ickeU na Fremont, in (Jieveiana ana
l the ticket office of tbe Lake Shore
tzan Southern Hallway Company.
BrBoooa. Master Transportation.
Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland
after Monday, Nov. 12,1871, trains will
n ae fallows (Bondays excepted):
findlay Ace Pott
Hn-ll.T h 2U amJl 45 am
JL,V 20 am-12 40 pin
,ffin 7 12 am 125 pm
, , o am . l wjiui
n 20 am2 10 pm
8 0U am2 55 pm
in 40 pm7 40 pm
. S Ml dui4 10 Dm
train eonnecu at Carey with
rith,reachine Forest at 10il am;
tUDiii : BeUefontalne at izjw a
d m : 8nnneneia ai 7-u.
uMpm; Dayun at U5pm; I the
to nifDLAT. I close
o .. ao am.
J land 5 35 am
(iaky 8 00 am
if 845 am
Ae - 8 55 am
in 9 42 am
C.y W 20 am
I-v 1025 am
oo pm - ;'"?;" 1 their
so dS I
I ss pm he
ikita trom : Findlay to an
LP;!".,. i Findiav. Throneh
r;J,'. .Kii linJ.rxn sale I tr
Findlay by this line are on aaie
of the Lake
points reached by this line can be
suorend in Toledo I
age checked through. uis
BiSHt Gn sun't 1 10
os.ocnerai Ticket Agent. . I
ki, ir,n it . new hnoklorl""
F.lssaoa I'nrrp 75 cents. lUtl
I at Fbht & ErrnNOKBs.
I Services- rrof. S. A. Ort,
Igfield, Ohio, will preach in
yjheran Church, next cunaay
fen of as an eloquent divine.
at-" - i
t evpninc. He is hierhly
o " I r
m " 11
-On inursaay evenmgw
i,Trot Ort, of Wit
Live audience. Jlis subject
The lecturer did
See to bis subject, and ban-
.a masterly way. &o says I of
, m tfcs I
Tjifnvo rpmftinll? in LuD I
"""T:- : , - wp,u
ftthia pace for Uie I qJ
king Jan. 5, 1871 :
-ine Miss Addle,
1 1S8 IJM,'
tier Miss Mary n,
Rarr Miss LiUle,
Reed Archibald 8,
Reynolds J Bra urn.
rsons calling for these letters
lease say they are aavertisea.
A T nr. ' HI I
of Letters remaining uncalled
Ithe Post Office at McComb, on
taay of Jan.. 1872: .
uaugnnn u r 2,
Miller Miss km,
McCormic Mrs M J,
w Mrs Nancy M,
1 T u.-l- Wl
ti Henry. bites liarneu 1 r
nen caiung tor tne t., p
Z. Babxey, P. M.
a a t nr,tiinr n v.1U- 1
yeateruay pu.s - l
lfry, the chime ot Delia re-
urchased by the Congrega.
rch. The chime consists ot
hingin the aggregate
'' . - 1 1 :
i0. lneir coet, intauuiug
00. The sum
a t nay for them. We are in
Vied by the officers of this church
the current expenses for 182
been lully provided for, and that
chuU is entirely out of debt-
be a .title over I
of 1,100 has been
L-.M-0,-la nn tha P. S h. C. RR.
luorno-- - - -
. 1 . L 1
hoxt ume since a numoer ot r
Liness men peutionea 10 av u
changed on thfe C. S. & C KU.
I . . ., n:... E-JI
Is to brmg me man r..., at
v 1 - a s-. -. inn n B
rarlier hour in the evening.
e, we have Men snown a "
'Mr. J. C. Buxton, Assistant
I . ..... V- v-..
IL, in wnicn ne says m.
tully examined the matter, ana
'not possibly comply witn me re
let 4 the present time. He says
( A .. . 1 ,
'evcljkihat wnenever a cnange 10
1 made, eo that the end de-1
be axseomplibhed, it will
I time q
l can I
Mr J. II. I i linger of Tiffin, slip
ped and lei! u l.i- i-ui.s, nd dislocat
ed Lis arm at il.c biiuu'.Jer, one day
last wee's The ual prcccedsof iLe
Presbyterian 6ujper cm Wednesday
eveiiiDg of last v.eek, was Si 10...
Tv rw i
i tit: i imn ioara ci i.taii:. :.rccean-
in up A good idea. John Fca-
gle, t f Kced lowiis-Lip, recently kiiled
two wild turkey?, weighing ref-pect
folly 221 and 23 pounds A fellow
of the baser Eort inerta.ed Lis weigbt
13$ pounds tbe o'her day, Ly a pro-
cess which l.e called eating, but which
should trnlhrully be denominated
6tufSng..... Tiffin complains of poor
gass A heavy wind- blew the roof
off Adams & Letterboo planing fac
tory, on Saturday evening of last
A man named Albei t Newton, was
sentenced 30 days in jail, ten of them
on bread and water, for stealing a
coat and a pair of boots, near Perry s-
burg, last week The Sentirul
overstocked with advertisements
sure sign that Bowling Green is pros
pering A man taw a ghost while
hunting in Wood county the o'.her
day. It was a fieh and Llood ghost.
having the eppearance of a man, and
he would not have known i. was
ghost at all.but for the (set that il
left no track behic d it.
The exact net proceeds of the Cath
oiic Fair week before Iait, Was $2,430,
They had considerable of a row
Blullton on New Years, as a result
some boys mixing too much wLLs
key with their celebration Win
Lewis' residence at Bluffton, was en
tered by burglars en the 1 2th nit and
robbed of 1200 in money Up to
December 27th, the whole number of
cases of smallpox reported in Lima
was eight. Three deaths had occur
red, all colored..... The net proceeds
the M. E Fair was $2,274,46. The
realized, was equal to the luudj,if
are to believe the Gazette.
Maxriage Licenses. List of Mar
riage Licenses issued by Probate
Judge Baend, during the month of
December, 1871 :
Corbin and Jane Frp.
Henry Benningerand &4u Pennington.
Benoni F Montgomery and.Serena Archer.
Delos D Snyder and llattie Uuber.
David Callahan and Zetta Buber.
Thomas Watt and Elizabeth Gorby.
George Hendeshell and Mary Ada.
Joseph Btelnhian and Nancy Hughes.
David Nonemaker and Sarah F Corn well.
Henry T Lee and Kate Shall.
Thomas J Cook and Mahala Zeller.
Lemnel Black and Nancy J Ewing.
Allen W Spahr and Sarah A Boiler.
Kamnel Stewart and Orissa J Coats.
Franklin W St ruble and Mary P Boblnson.
Jacob Wineland and Sarah OverhoIL
Wm H Myers and Christian Weygandt
Yooston Hostler and Martha A Season.
Geo W Lanningand Mary A Treece.
B McCracken and Jane Taylor.
Madouse and Mary J Inebuit.
H Morehead and EmeUne Bradley.
Tbos J O'Harra and Emma H Beach.
John Vollweiler and Sarah C Hamlin.
Francis H Boyle and Julia A Wallace.
John Goodman and Matilda E Glauner
A Spenee and Phebe J Coon.
tress Cramer and Hannah Folk.
John Wax and Emma Clifford.
Charles E Vinton and Cornelia J Bowen.
Fitch X Stacy and Alice E Markle.
Peter J Long and Hanna Bower.
B Harrison and Margaret C Lee.
HenryH Nonomaker and Helen L Marshall
Benjamin F Graft and Alice Ewing.
Benj A Tawney and Elisabeth V Ward.
Lewis D Arnold and Alwilda D BouUon.
P Dnkes and Ella L Bright.
John 8 Warner and Laura Church.
H Bader and Emma Biter.
Whole number issued daring the yea r, 7
The Musical Convention, under the
direction of Prof. Sufiern, closed on
Friday evening of last week, by a
concert, which was very creditable to
professor and bis class. At the
of the concert, the class testified
appreciation of the course of in-
struction just closed, by a vote of
thanks to Prof. S . and assurances of
encouragement and support, should
aeain reiura to Findlay. ate'or
pror Suffern certainly has verv
anrwrinr nnnHfipatmna na a. tenrW r,i Wan
music in all its branches, and conducts I
. i lit
convention witn special reference l oie
"e improvement ot his class in the 1
theory and practice of music. Should lority
vAnM . I. . ...IT . . i . I. . ,J l I
w "iuuj, uujicuuc
uiccb wiLii iiiuic eiiixiuiaiicmciib
he did in his first visit.
For the Jeffersonian.
Again I have occasion to request a
small space in your colums lor a wora
.x i t r . . I
, x , r . . I after
day I expect to be far from those .
.-tulri will neglect no duty
Awr.A 4 fVcin mnfh Iocs tViia nrivil.
V W VSAVkAA auv- t .
of sincere recognition ot christian
sf - A
.hoge kindness I so ciateiullyremem-
j . , . , i
leglect no duty which!
appointed for my departnre.a number
gentlemen, w ho from the first honor-
A few days bt fore the time I had I
' . . I
me with their friendship, testified
, H..A..I.I r I ent
meir esteem ana urouieuv lot eiur uic
and mine by placing in my hands a sum
money as a slight evidence oi their I
y as a siignt evidence oi ineir
affection This not bemgthe first act Wl"
a similar character from the same
source,which has called forth my grat-
itude, I can not find it in my heart to
m.ra.iv nrailxit to-
ken of unoBtentatiens benevolence ol
fcl-T, , nnncrv;nirrpr.ir.nr. P
TLia act with other contemporary
1. of-fewdness came to my knowl-
edge most unexpectedly, when most ot
needed. and when true friends seemed
I could not thank my friends then
.1 -nu?a that, mv lieart u-astoo lull
(A. 1 i.v will nrnt ihi. ot
- -- - .
..lr ..Inns u(iniPIlt find lie &AHUT- I
... I .11 nnt annn fort thoge
, . - , . : : j: 1
wno, loving me in uie uciuuiug, u.
forMle me intLe end Ma, God
P. S. HOOPER,
For the Jeffersonian.
BIG LICK ITEMS.
BIG LIKE TP., Jan. 4, 1872.
-- wv . . . .
Henry Ulsn raised 4S4 DUnneiS OI
n acre8 of nd lhe
past a ,ield of u bush-
els to the acre.
of clover seed from
A-ieoaung iuo naa oeen organ-
1 , 1
sen 001 1
threshed 33 J bushels
. m-, ,
lrom 6J acres of ground.
nl, v.. YT.
ztA- nuiiiU uit..u) ctk sva ai .; n bliiuvi i
hooxe.on the ridge, every Tuesday
Some very interesting and
nt qnestion8 are du3CU88ed,
.. . fillllK:(1:Pfl Tariff re
noP,her t, ri;;nna ub
I ' r.
Geo. Swally, an old resident ol
. md m lh!g .ownbLin,
, nddeniv. on New Year's
of disel6e ot the heart.
Sudden Death.. Mr. Moses Kelley,
1 , , , r. ... n;-.tn,a Al tnia
one 01 tne auuiu ii 3 wi.tviv..v. ,-..-
county, died very suddenly one
week ago yesterday at his residence
in Washington, townsnip,
For the Jeffersonian.
VACCINATION AND REVACCINATION.
Vaccina or cowpox is the name of
a disease which is original with the
cow, acd which being transferred to
man gives immunity to smallpox
Th it-prat ion of transferring is called
" r t'tl Dr. Edward Jenner th
titscuvtitr of vaccination lived
GlouceiterJiirc England. The great
discovery which immortalized his
name, and conferred such immense
and end u ting benefits on mankind, was
made known about the year 1798,and
few years thereafter was known and
practiced throughout the civilized
world. Previous to this time on epi
dem:c of smallpox was more to bo
dreaded than tbe approach of a hos
tile array, for no means of defence was
known, and this most loathsome and
fatal of diseases carried ofi its victims
Vaccination has shorn this terrible
malady of its horrors, and it is reason
ab:e to believe that a thorough and
systematic application of it wculd en
tirely eradicate smallpox from the lace
It is to be regretted that there ex
ists among the people any objection to
operation,yet such is undoubtedly
facl. Probably this objection is
owing to the extremely infrequent ac
cident of transferring some constitu
tional taint with the vaccine disease,
to the apparent inadequateness of
vaccination to afford complete protec
In the grett majoiity of cases the
protection is complete, and in the
small minority in which it is not eo,
disease is so modified as to be
almost devoid of danger, is some
sons the susceptibility to conta
gious diseases is so great that no
means of prevention seems adequate
protection, and some persons have
tmallpox, as well as measles and
other contagious diseases, for the
time Vaccination olten results
a spurious sore which is not protec
Tbe distinctive characters of
a sore are different from the true
vaccine disease, and to discriminate
between the two is very important
person may have a sore which he
supposes to be protective, and which
of the false variety gives no pro
tection. Of course it would have been
better had he not been vaccinated
all, U an to have had a spurious sore
suppose himself protected there
by The operation is often performed
persona who are not qualified to
between veritable and spurious
vaoination. The accidents which
-e occurred, and the incompleteness
the operation, are due to this fact
the majority of cases. In all cases
operation should bo performed
the course of the core closely ob
served by some competent physician.
was formerly supposed thai a
vaccination afforded complete
protection in all esses from smallpox
lite, but experience has proven
such is not the case. The length
time during which protection is at
is variable. Some individuals
to be protected during life, oth j
only for a short period. Though
cases the disease is so modified
not to be generally fatal, yet it is
inconvenient, and may cause a fur
ejweading ot the disease. It is
important to find a remedy for this
and such remedy is happily af
forded in revaccination.
Whenever there is danger of an ep
of smallpox this operation
in all cases be performed for
following reasons :
1st. No person who has been only
vaccinated is with certainty pro
tected from an attack of modified
8malIP0X- This atUck may be mod
il may be Bevere and even dan
geroua. n win ue certainty lar worse
2d. A second vaccination is capa
a m jm u r
01 supplying any aenciency oipro
tection left by the first, m agreat ma-
mi r . . . . ....
me iaci oi uaving naa an attack 01
smallpox does not in all
security against a second
be more severe than
this reason.those who have had such
attacks should be vaccinated and re-1
1 CBSes give
i the first.-
AAA.nAn.-l tmuu ! I
vawiuaicu umiii' su cuiucuiiu. itii i
f , .', . .
tuoutiu icner persuus nave yanoioiu I
natural smallpox than after yac-
. . r .
cinnaUon, yet in the former cases the
"- " " I
mortality is greater, ine same pro-
- . , r
tection which revaccination extends I
vaccination in the other, and is I
nn rm An t Mn I
In view of the alarming extent of
,i -. . . I
smaiipox in mis country ai me pres
time, the enhifrt of vrinBtinn I
, . , I
revaccmauon cannoi oe 100
strongly urged upon the people. It
v 1 -i r-r-- --1
UUk V"'J c "" j;ai..Bk an
attack ot a m08t loalh80rae do
Blrnct,ve DIgca6e and thereby save
mmJ rreciouanves, out n wui oe a
matter of economy, both public and
.LA..ta Tt, inlrnlnKiinii nl .mall.
, , 1 I
US WOUia noi only cost US
f 1 a - a. A I
iarSe 6uma .OI mou . uul " w
an iU"i051 raP' -tasuauon
trade. ana inereDy "necl ae'eten-
T -I 1 ail.- : A I
me aSa s.reiig.y rge lue propriety
r - - a 1 1
revaccination, not oniy as a means
promoting comfort and r-aving life,
, . ag efficient means of tire
venting the spreading of smallpox.
elusion, as a remedy for these evils.letl
Held to BaiL-Three brothers,nam.
. u , .
Woods, Irom Madison township,
were arrested last Saturday, upon a
warrant issned bv ','avor Pendleton.
4 j-- ,
held to bad for assault and bat- I
f TK w.1 -srr; I
ifi v iiuiiii xti :ii t.i ii s ill ii siswut w no. jh i
the 28th ult. Geo. W. Woods was
held in the sum of 1100 for sault
upon Martin Jolifl. and the three
ine assault was wujm.i.-..
brothers were jointly held in the sum
of $300 for -unlawful assembly'' on
m,; It seems that
the date mentioned it seems mat
i" s.r. untiirninff Iri-stTl rt Iirh
- " "
aic uu. "I""-- -
stances of the affair.
rt A TT TXT- .-
ueservea nuiiui. p,d-i,cu
to notice among the nominations of
the Republican Senatorial caucus last
Saturd-y, that of Mr. Albert barker,
of this place, as Enrolling Uerk. Mr.
Parker has been a staunch and hard
w.irVinir Heoublican in this COUnty,
" a ' ... , .
n,l hptter than this, he will be found
" , . . . . ,
-ion and caoable in the discharge
fi- I,,.; Mr. Parker's selection
ni uu uuu".
:il pminent Satisfaction to
b" , ,
numerous friends here.
For 1871, Delivered at the Presbyterian
Church, By Rev. A. B. Fields.
Moat men will proclaim every one his own
goodness; but a laitlilul man who can find 1
Pkov. xx 0.
Ye are they," said Jesus, to a large
and influential class of persons, "Ye
are they who justify youreelvcsbefore
men ; but bod knoweth your Hearts."
The difference between what most
men say of themselves, and what tl
Bible teaches them to say, is the dif
ference between a man who proclaims
his . own goodness without touching
upon his vileness, and another man
who confesses his vileness while he
leaves his goodness to be proclaimed
by others. To speak well ot ourselves
is an easy and pleasant task ; but to
confess one to another our faults, is
hard and painful duty. Our own
goodness proclaimed even by our
selves, flatters our felslove, and by it
we think to gain the praise ot men
bnt to confess our vices, our follies
and failures is to open the windows
of oar houses, that the world may see
us just as we are. We say of our
homes they are "our castles ;' and is
it not so of cur hearts ? We say they
are our own, and the world has no
right to enter without our permission,
We grant permission but as we do to
visitors. We open the reception
room and our parlors for their wel
come ana entertainment. So in our
hearts we have a reception room and
parlor. We gladly show to otherj
the very best of ourselve,and, indeed,
our goodness is great, we hasten to
proclaim it "upon the housetops."
By this, we say, judge every part of
It matters not how shabby the
rest of the furniture, how worn the
carpets, how empty the pantry may
be, if the wot Id only takes from our
parlor a good impression So, when
we havo shown to others the very
best of ocr heaits and lives, and they
think well and speak veil of us, it re
joices tbe very marrow of our bones.
It tit fallen human nature to proclaim
our own goodness, either because of
our boundless egotism, or because we
want to stand fair before society.
Moit men, says tbe proveib, will the
do this. A few choice spirits there
are, who, if not willing in prosperity
confess their vileness, at least are One
never found proclaiming their own
virtues The world is envious enough
times to say of them, "They have of
little goodness to proclaim, or it. is
policy on their part to keep quiet
ney nave jusi as mucn pride and con- 0(
ceit as tbe rest of us. They are like
certain poor people who, when they
cannot have a nice parlor, say, "It is
show and sin any way Letter the
rich people would give us something
cat and wear;' forgetting that
they themselves, if rich, would do as
oUiers do. But whatever the reason
may be, there are some who will not
proclaim their own goodness.
Does it follow, however, that they
willing to speak of their vileness ?
A faithful man," says this proverb,
"who can find ?" A little child goes
its parents and confesses all its
fault- Its whole heart is laid bare to
the eyes of father and mo" her ; it
feels tbe shame of the sin, but rejoices
the candid confession. Many a soul
lw dnwn t.fnr the Searcher nf
hearts and empties itself low at the
trui rt tlie nriaa aa a .vrlinii thnt I
draws from a vessel its contents. The
very dregs, if dregs there be, are
empted firtt. Good, honest souls !
The father who hears them in secret
rewards them openly. But as the
child shrinks from confession and chas-
t.ifcement. Kefore atrftnrrerA- an the nnr.
3 il . f v-tr
on I nriiiloar sir men ahrinlr tmm I
telling the world their sinful actions
How much more "the thoughts and
imaginations of their hearts 1" God,
the Father, they can trust, because
they know He is wise, just and true.
They can approach Him in the person
His Son, because they know in
Jesus He is all merciful : that the
Highest and Holiest, M ho sits upon
the throne, delights to look to tbe man
who is of a contrite spirit, and trem
bles at his word uut man vain
..... . . I iha
man how often lie is like a broken
rA nr n fnnt ct Jnint Th
trust of our fellow-men closes our lips
like the seal on the tomb of Christ,
reea, or S loot out, oi joint. iu
burnt child dreads the fire." If shame "'5
keeps not back the confession, dis- he
r i he
till .U IS
vitw ivyi mo laiuj
ot christian chamy
under ine sun.
Trna knowlprltrn of onrsclvps. and uo
correct observation among men, will 1UU
doing it they are not so forward to
. f and
convince us, experimentally, mat
. , ' .,. , and
tnese words ot tne tsibie are true.
On the other hand, while most men
proclaim their own goodness especi
.ii i .t i u i .v .
any wueu ot.ier0 wiiiuw
proclaim the goodness even of those Ln(J
. - j i- t : j ti.
v. no t Fntuu. a no uD hJg
and shortcominfrs and failures ot those I ..
. il. A:.f. I I
arouna us are iue cu.ct topics o. our
conversation. We roll such things as
wt u.u.oC. UUB u. se-.
"Mt pTOp,e,whi,e 8b"nk,Dg.
exposure ot memselves, are satisnea
enougu 10 see me sins oi otuers opeu
beforehand going on to .udgmeut.
Tf lliov nlt.r no srnril nF iwniinrft. theV
, a : l . I. I
snake tne neau wisely, tiiuuu an t .
411 A.l ....m TW I
. " 3, . , .
, iui uu. e.p.auauuu t tu
verD ,el mfecwa '0" in a ew D"e'
a V" MA..4l. sa ot.asna an1 wirk I
iti.ue wu uiuutu , . s -u-
wnina. ri wn i itti
, . f . . . . 1
Let another praise thee, and not
Take heed that ye do not your
before men to be teen of men ; other
wise ve have no reward ot your I m
Father who is in heaven. Therefore,
.1 j,-. -1 3 I
wneu mou aoes. mine amie, uuuut,
hwTWVfinr-3-nii in inRsnrnsfTniniiauiu m
rurrtrt- that they may have glory
- - . 1 I
0f men. Verily, 1 say unto you, mey
have their reward.
UonteSS your iaui t
, .,, sin araii not
. -shnao ronfesseth atld
p.u. , I
, 1 ,1 il..-. nUll V..,amnMO
r aw ort aa- rsi iii-iii hiiui iihtd uici w.
y'xTZVC:. I.--.M-1I. l.;m.lf shall b
Xlt9 Haj uuiuuivmi uiuwvii 1
Ug 35 TE3
""jff that MB,tetb
. ... .
Judge not that ye be not judged.
For with what judgment ye judge, ye 1
shall be judged ; and with what meaa-
ore ye mete it shall be measured to
" J . . , . .s tv
1 " suvw s
I . - . V 1 .. t
I . r..: J ll,l.l I
me mote out ot uuueeyv, sininuuiu,
And why beholdest thou I
the mote that u in tby brother's eye,
W A1l hAB9 axtllt rS-tt1 I
a beam is in thine own eye f Thou
1 - .-a. 1
hypomte, rrf cast out l he bea imout
of thine own eye; and then shall thou
rf Lhme own eve
8e0 clearly to cast out the mote out
I ot tby brother a eye.
Now let as review briefly the year
it reiatjon to this church,
Trustee Fund rt-,6 t
Habbath School .una 1
iry of Pastot.
1 . 1 r -w,kiiii
hislAm't for disabled minister
1 Ami for American Bible B ey
I Am'l ar dotneaUc mla-orn....
Ami for edacat'n of freed m'n 62 05429,67
Funds collected for sessional
Am t tor foreign mission . 135.60
Am't for Board of Education 83.40
There is alto another fund which
cannot be set down iu figures. First,
because I do not know the amount
and second, because a great part ol
it can only be reckoned by the Omni
scient Eye above ns. What raonied
gifts what heart-kiudnesses have
been given to me and mine during the
past year, are all in the i coords of
heaven. ' Many members of this con
gregation have given me far more
than their subscription ; aud all have
shown a kindness I can never repay.
I can only return you ray sincere,
Received on certificate..
Received on examination-
Dismissed by letter
Died members of congregation..
Present memberahlD of the elinreli-
Congregatlon "ir Good
Prayer-meeting Jilte ljvw
rrayer for misalonsjj Thurtduy uf each month
In the grounds before the Capitol
at Washington City, is a statue of the
man who was "first in war, first in
peace, and fiist in tho hearts of his
countrymen ' The sculptor has done
his work well. The familiar face looks
peacefully down upon tbe passer by,
He is seated in an elegantly chiseled
chair of state. H is left hand rests
upon his knee grasping an empty scab
bard ; his right points to the heavens.
LSelnnd tiim on tbe chair are lour sig
nificant figures two lrom liieand two
from heathen mythology. First, Co
lumbus eagerly looks to a new world
Second, a lono Indian sorrows over
tbe graves of his fathers. Third, the
mighty Hercules strangles in his hands
venomous serpents. Fourth, Apollo
drives, his fiery steeJs upward through
It seems to me there are lessons of
beauty and power in this statue. In
higher and nobler sense, Christ is
seated upon the throne in the chair
state by the right hand of the
Majesty on high. His left hand might
erasp an einutv scabbard, since
sword ot Divine inatioa haa
quenched its wrath in the human
blood of God's corapanion-the Holy
who dwelt in the Father's bosom
all eternity. His right hand
miut well teach lhat th , ,
the Savior over 81Df dcalh and the
crave can only be maintained from
generation to generation by the power
Have we forgotten this lesson dur
the year gone by ? Like Colum
bus, we are now looking to a new
; and like tiie sorrowing red man,
backward upon the changes and rec
of a solemn, eventful dying year.
Columbus, are you "forgetting
things that are behind, and press
ing on to the things which are before
toward the mark for the prize of
high calling of God in Christ
f" Eighteen hundred and sev
looms up before your path
It will welcome you as the na
welcomed Columbus to Santo
Dom'iigo , but if you are n it true to
Father Almighty and the gospel
the Son of Mary, sorrows and ca-
!!.,... : . r..
,u"uw Iu J"ur
Heavena. Pwer be your8' that J00
quit yourselves like men.'' The
be far distant I pray it may
never come when your fate will be
of the Indian's. Oppose not the
progress of civilization. Judge not
heaven from "man's inhumanity to
man." Bitterness may be in your
over the wrongs and wastings of
years : but there is a heaven-born re
oemption a uoa -given resurreciion-
hour. Faith in the future beunlJered
lott is the hand that pales one's
and the shovel that opens one's
grave. If during the year past ser
pents have been leaving their trail in
hearts and homes, and even by
altar in the house of God, there
one stronger than Hercules to
strangle them in l is pierced hands
crush them beneath his bloody feet.
uaara iVini. srA rnllincrtn tliA lilrio-
. ..T . , 3.1..
meni "i am ine reeurreciion anu me
voice rings like a trumpet through I
he that believeth in me, though
were dsad.-yet shall he live; and
that liveth and believeth in me
that liveth and believeth in me
shall never die." When he tank
down into the night of the grave, like
Apollo with his chariot of gold and
,r r v :n .1,-1
tire uuwaiu ..o ...
i i v o i : v M 1
KIUiJ v; . fa , , '
lrom Ll8 olden wines ehook light
, , -
life and healing for the world.
Blessed be God, the day is coming
when no night of sin or the grve, no
ravenous beat or venomous serpent
shall "hurt or destroy" in all God's
hnlv mountain. The face ot Jesus.
onward .irresistible match of
g0Bp, wU1 n&her into lho world
. . . . .
me nour wnen we -neea no canuie,
mhha r Lt of the gUD . or the j
Qoi - th n8 , ht
tiod givem us iignu
And now nrjt0 HilD) who ab,e t0
keep you from falling, and to present
you faaltles8 Defore He presence of
His g,0 witn exceeding joy ; to the
, God. our Savior.be glory
- . ... . . . . I
ana majesty, dominion ana power,
LETTER FROM KANSAS.
LONGTON, KANSAS, Dec. 22, 1871.
w a 1 11 . a I
to Kansa8, 1 naa no iaca 01
. , i
(topping here permanenuy, out upon
Eds. Jeef. When I left Ohio to
my arrival, I found what I considered I
good chance for investment in land, I
i,.h I ar.eordinfflv did. In order
. . eoia of H incock county
-e an adea of what it takes to
"set up" in this country. I will give
. m a .
atatement or the cost oi my claim
ui improvements :
RaiU and posts to fence" the whole eialut lui
Hauling theraiU and building fence.
tha first of March
to improve my farm X made
"u ,euw:l "-""V
the ground and planted it to
. ... .s ,,
per bushel in the market. I
cut about thirty ton. of hay,
l,:l, -,:n,t Il.c. Kaon Inrr-.sd
corn, and raised about five Landred
bushels, lhat will new brine; forty
ten times as much if I had had the
Ume t0 cuf and cnre it Now
... . T , a .,,,
think I have done as well here the
first year as any ot your Ilancock
county farmers on the aame capital.
My land ia all tillable, is well watered,
and I can sell it to-day for thirty
five dollars per acre. We have good
prospects of a railroad soon, which
" " "
will ereaUv enhance the value of
Now, I do not doubt there are
many in Hancock county who desire
to come to Kansas, and to such we
aBStlllil ll,.i . . I
lutM5 1S pjemyo,
17h,. I i. T...I,
u a luic ,lere i couia
only tee one LouS from my own.
CS- la0' Hiy door and
. . Tir .....
wjuuv miry . i e arc building a
schooihouse at a cost cf '12,00, to be
tiuHhtd by the first of July.
Dissolution. By a no: ice elsewhere I
published, it will be seen that the
urm oi acuwanz an Jtucz is dissolved
Mr. t. retiring. Mr. Kunz, who
atsume enure control of the estac-
Iighment, is well known to most of
o-r readers aa a man of good business
capacity, and sterling honesty, and
we uave no aouot lie will fully main
tain the naet ...
ln; v7 6 . "Tr"" Ul r
" . v av.4.1 u, lUU.UUUMUlY. lUttl I
I Srll IVJlt-f T AAhlnmr.1.1.. t ftl
Local Business Notices.
TH. ..i . un I
auo pmce 10 get uooa and uneap
Furniture, is at A. E. Millers' New
X urniture Koom in Arcadia. Call in
and see, and satisfy yourselves before
purchasing elsewhere. no-34
One Gold Bar and Charm. The
finder will be liberally rewarded by
leaving the same at Lyle's Gallery.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The partnership heretofore exist
ing under tha firm name of Houpt 4c
Byal, is this day disolved by mutual
consen II. Byal retiring. The bus on
iness will be continued by S. D. Houpt
at tbe Old Stand 73 Main street. he
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. January 1, 1872. S. D. HOUPT.
In severing my connection
the above firm, I take this occasion
to return my thanks to my numerous
frieads, and cordially recommend the
House to their kind consideration.
From three to tour dollars per cord ble
for bass wood ; five to Eeven dollars
lor white nun handlo timber. lor
further information, call and see ns, Eaat
East RR. Street.
uanolb uiAKuraCTrjuiNQ u. jenL
T WT T T jillliTAnllv nAamvtr t 41 ml
purchaser for any house, lot or farm a
which may be placed in my hands for
C. G. Bab.nd. ored
Mortgage Security the Best.
A first mortgage on real estate,
orth in cash twice as much aa the
sum loaned, is by all Trust Compa
nies and financier, throughout the .old
world, reported aa an absolute!! safe, nt
first class security ; for while great er
financial revulsions have awept out
existence almost every other kind
securities, these have uniformly
"uriuea. tueae uuiioiuii,
passed through unharmed. Persona ,f"
avice money to loan will uo well to loss
call upon, or address C. G. Barnd, ory,
., .v A .
his Lmd LW Office, opposite the .,
w , , 11
Court Houte, Findlay, O., anil nave jj0
their funds placed in tbe bands of the
good men, at a fair rate of interest
say from 8 to If- per cent., with ciuar-
terly, semi-annual or annual pay-
ments, and secured by mortgages on ty
real estate. " ed
Pay Up !
T. lK..l ic ran .ill l.lo.BA
auu.o .uuv.o". I Sr.1,1
take notice that settlement must be mai,
made immediately, as I am in need
please take particular notice.
31w3. J. B. Clakk
Go and see the new FEATHER I
Schulerdt Carothers manufacture
their own Candies snd warrant them
fresh and pure. Cheap as any one
. . ,va
Now in Gloves and Mittens at the
Red Front Hat Store.
' ' .
GOOD ' TIMS TO PAY DEBTS.
Jy OTIC ii-
... l,rt; tnamanWaa in
v1 o",,n w ,Uv. . .
Mehted to the undersigned over four
oeoieu.1" . '
months standme, unless especially ar- the
UWU"1B ovau .... -
ranged, must call and settle by the first ?.
at ioi1 n.,naaa .a riuainoaa
OI January, 104 a. "u
. , I .nn
That VOU BbOUld buy TOUT UalS ana
' ' .
Caps at the lied JTrOnt OLOre, IS ue-
cause you can get them 20 per eent,
cheaper there than any other place
in town. Call and be convinced of
,,:, tn n a. Ttarnd at Findiav.
forc-ash. Or they can contract tnem,
Stavk maebbs can sell staves and
to be delivered at Findlay, and else
where, on satisfactory terms.
Office opposite the Court House.
A Big Assortment
at tne ReQ Front IIat 5tore
of New Style Neckties juat arrired
I. . .... . , .v
box or thousand-all sizes at less man
they can be bought at,
With neat business card by tne
- . .
t-very business man should use tnem.
I I. I .4 iL. I
it. r.i -.V T
- - --- -
n- LVl, Ulwwl ri.na-,p Ar I
sVfM UVJ SW afiwvta V1VHPVS v
I u . . . ,lo-
A SflSw.. is uvuuuiiuj; s j f .. I
family medicine. Nothing better to
cleanse the blood. Try it. See ad
vertisement in another column.
I iVw W-"- - w ww wwe WW tuavv-
To exchange for first-claaa Spring
Waeons. Buneles, tc. Call on
Kerr's Old Stand.
their orders at the rooms opposite
Piiann wishinc? their Feather-beds I
.. .. . 1
or Matresses renovated, csn leave
Ms.n .- in f. anvthinc I
um.i i. . - .we. inm j n i
.... . . 1
t o "Morning CHar'' otove, and ex-
tra plates for same, call at Thornton
F. Morrison's, opposite the court-
I . , .
you may wan in the stove ana u
ware line, may be had at his estab
h-hment as crp M the cheapest lie
I means business.
rrn. Photo-rraohs taken t7'.
. a r I
Gallery are true to life, and as clear
Lj distinct M the finest steel engrav-
InOTl Call and examine sner-imon.
ings. Call and examine specimens.
TOYS & CONFECTIONERIES
At Wholesale !
Are prepared to supply Country
Dealera with a lull line of TOYS at
prices aa low as Cincinnati or Clee-
M.nd fwith freight added. 1 Tha
stock is now open and Dealers can
make their selections. Alao, a full
of their own manufacture, warranted
T lY. Wu.. Jls -,-4l- I
Mw ru w.u. -U n u u .,,
and the latest fashion, hand your
orders in at tneJFF. office.
Tat KAdt NAurinrr Mahinia in nsa I
& - In
ar thoae at over Citixens'
Bank. Call and see them.
Made and sold very cbeap-on
Sandusky street, opposite
Tax Domestic Sewing Machine is I
the best made, and decidedly the for
cheapest Call and aee them at i.
fair terms. No business man
should be without them. Printed at
On good paper, in good style, and
Is the best Sewing Machine In the
1A XI t la, I
iuamioe k m i
myself as a Cabinet and Chair Fac
Price moderate and reasons
terms. 6. W. Parker,
no 16 2m. Findlay, Ohio.
L90 I will sell my residence on
Hftrdin Street, north aide.
nnrui fruit ami every thine conven-l
- J o I
Terms easy and price moder-
I offer for sale m v property on East
Sandusky St , at present occupied by
All styles and sizes plain and col
cheap, at the
Jkff. Officb. """
The Only Place
In Findlay where Hats and Caps are
exclusively, is at the Red Front
Store. You can buy them cheap- the
there than any place in town.
, , , i
With Its eloomy attendants, lOW
depreseion, InVolunUry emis-
1 0f aemen spermatorrhoea,
Sions, loss OI wuitn, Bpeimswi.u
of power, dizzy bead, loss ot mem-1 are
. . , . J
aud tnreatenea impotence uu
imbecility, find a sovereign Cure in Mln
' J, J7j;,
1 Ml ii as 1 9 w.w
Twenty Eight. Composed of
most valuable mild and potent -The
curatives, tney strike at once at the
partigorana energy, lite and vitali-
to the entire man. They have cur-
thousands of cases. Price, $5 per
pacKaire OI nve uoxcb buu a K I
whuh in vrv imDOrtant in obati- PV.
". J i . i insn
Or Old cases, or $ 1 Per Single bOX.
T r , 3 I
" T . l.YJu-
r. AM. HrUCrmStS. ana Seni Oy I
on receipt ot price. Addreea,
Humphreys Jspcciuc tomeopamio the
Medicine VO.. SOI', uroauway, """
quarter-sheet, eighth-sheet, or smaller I
Three-sheet, full sheet, half-sheet,
plain or in colors at the
OROFF EWINQ On Monday. Pee. 25, at
rM.iilenra of J. J. Ewing. fcsu.. slcCoiub.
Rev. A. C. Barnes. Mr. Benjamin F. tirutf
Miss Alice Ewing.
NUNNEMACHEB MARSHALL On the
lnstat the residence of the bride's father.
Rev. E. B Crouse, air. nenry n. nunne-
machex and Miss Helen L. Marshall.
L0N0B0WEB0n the wth mst., .tthe
Peleri. Long and Miss Hannah Bower.
TAWNEY WARD-On tbe Wth Inst., by
I, w i ... 1 ..... u, UAn. A Tawn.v . Til 1
Elisabeth V. Ward, both of BlgUck town
BRIOQS TURNER On the same day, by
same. Mr. K. 11. Hi-lens ana stiss iaiu nun-
both of Huron couuty.
kdwarto-O" th. L.f!S'A,a5
residence pi ?M f ;;,( '.s..
inwards, aged su yea, ten month, and
a a., i j Af .11 .hrt Af
knew ber. Blest witn a e.e -
tnwuoiuiiB uh ... u,,u ....... , .
i.....rih. Sabbath HchaoL alwayi
nanny in lb. songs and service But she baa
imm these friends and services to the 1
, , . . .... ,. I we
bkwii 01 ,
children to come unto me, ana lornia uieui
not, for of such Is tbe kingdom of heaven."
Thursday, Jan. 4, 1871.
Eoos. Dower 17 eta. to-day.
Ubaih. Wheat 11 OaUSO.
Butter Dull at IS cut for chols J.
Bacom. Hhoulder, ic; Bides, (c Haras, lUc
W il SAT ,
Boap Country .
Hides ory .
Ifeslt) I or
' ... I
. J 50.7i
. - 4s-iya iaj
duces - .
m a, .
BLACS. W 1LHTT.
Live Stock Markets.
NEW YORK, Jan. 2.
bh's-'ep Total for the week only KXS5S.mas
iln.1Ulj5rtfor December, against txjn for the
- . 1
iju, - ,.-7 -: 1
berainst S-.7 lor tne same time last
je-i. .u- -.vj . , th
market year U.,JJn'"rth
weeks In 1S.U. 1 nere w 'm
5r-over tne rates .k--------- -
. mr t.
be bought for less tbsn Ue. ,..
HOQfcTotal the week. M. eomplet-
Ing autjlW for lemterag-i l.r lhe
same timo last year. Total loi tttm ear just
in.i.i.iin. m MK..a , nir a .
weeks in 170, BeS o-S. The market closes firm
at 6m5e, Uve, three cars Ohio, ITS lb, selling
...... !.. lu.t ... Thevrand totallor ine ."XJ
weeks reckoned la the past year .'', I
whereas l,467,7o were received in a. weeas oi
1870. Ssles 1 car Canadaa, of which 100 were
lambs, tbe whole averaging 100 lbs, at ; jc; I
lbs, One, I
nhim lh AKlr 1 il or . rin.
..V... V'WMU , W . , ,
BUFFALO, Jan. 2.
ns-vrr ir Th.u.nnl. was SDK -IS I
cats, against 110 cars last week; the market I
t..l..,t.lir a-tiv, with nrlM. nivhui.. I
,lo-n ri.Tli and lookin- I. -.r -J-Vm !
made of 4S Indiana, aveas . ut ltoO lbs. at
asp ens nunoi
It S0S..-& '- I
riiH.H Raminia ror tna nast I risn toot i
Sales were made at St as, 41
T 1' Ut bUUlW.
n?Kned having pure
' Schwartz A Kum is
v mutual consent, the
r nnivhu.H t ) . Hln.ak ,nH
Will Continue lh IkiwtnMM At lh.um.n!.M
JIain Street. The unsettled matters of the
viu urni win oesetued by the partners.
llfiODtiLIUIl ALL riVMOl
u o n i i
nUUgll ftUlBSSBU LUmDef,
n , .
L&IH. j5IllIlgieS, ilC.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
W T3 W. ... .. . . . . . .
joiners' aw, sut-h as .moulhi.nus. ak-I
and Detail for Build.
lags rnrnlMhed without
Where we furnish Lumber for the same,
Hlffhest Market PHnft
... .... , .
ssva ni aasa aiUUS tM r"fll"Tr
Office ahd Yad .-
West Crawford Btree, North Side,
"-v- finplay, ohio.
AQE has no equal
in any country."
I'hUaiielpfiia 1 res.
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ing residents of lllinoU. aud heirs ut law of
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Hester Swick. wife ot Peter Swlck. of said
Hancock county tiid, on the 14th day of lie
eember, A. IX 1S7L, Ble ber petition In the
Court of Common Pleas ot said Hancock
county, against the said Elizabeth Bell ami
Henry A. Bell, Samantba Fields and John
Fields, Thomaa Long. Catharine Barringtoa
and n 111 lain Harrington, Rachel Heniniine
eraad Andrew Henimiugvr. atarsaret Har
rington, Benjamin Harrington, John Loug,
Hester A. Miller, Jamea Miller, Jetaie LoDtf,
William Long. Abraham Long, Martha K.
Lone-. Peter Hwiek. Maria Treece and Samuel
tr. xreeee, josepn cnerry, aran iongwonn
and Martha Longboogh, defendants, setting
forth that on, or about, the h day ol April,
l&t, dnrlng tbe litis of said Jesse Cherry and
his wife, said J esse Cherry rerhally promised
and agreed with said Hester Mwick. In con
sideration that said Hester ftwlck would take
care of, work for aud provide for said .'ease
Cherry and wile so long as they lived, that
he, said Jesse, would give forever to said Hes
ter Swick in fee, tbe week half o: the south
ntnisutral section ten 1 101 townxhipone
(1) south, range twelve east In said Hanoock
county ; that said Hester accepted said oiler,
promise and agreement of said Jesse, entered
upon said lands, made valuable and lasting
lmDrovements thereon, took care ol, provid
for and worked for said Jesse and wife so
long as they lived, that said Jesse and wile
ImI Intestate wttnoul making aueed oi eon-
wrauM (or said lands to said Hester, that
said Heater Is in possession of said premises,
and that a part ot said defendants are disturb
ing said Hester In the use and possession
thereof, and are threatening to dispossess her
therefrom. . , , .
That said Maria Treece and her said hue
hand hav commenced proceeding in said
eourt to partition or sell said premises.
The prayer of said petition is thai said court
tbe hearing of said action, may hud said
HesterSwlck to be entitled to a conveyance
nrui.t i.tuta m luir. that said court may de
cree to her a title thereto in lee. aud give to
full and peaeeanie possession mereyi
ever : or, if that cannot ue uoue, ui
court may find the value ef the said services
said Hester and Peter Swick, and order tbe
same to become a Hen upon said premises un
til paid, and said Klliabeih Bell and Henry
Bell, and SamanUia Fielda and John
Fields. Thomas Long. Catharine Harrington
and William Harrington, swcnei
minger and Andrew iiemnyuset, -
garet Harrington aim ".""" "T
Fington. John Long. Hester A. Miller and
James Miller. Jesse Long. William Long.
Abraham Long and Martha K. Long are notl
M.ut .- ut. Miilrd to aDDear and an
swer said petition, on or before the third Sat
urday after the lwh day of January, 1873, and .
said defendants are notifled that deposi
tions In this action will be taken by said
glalntin. at the Poatomce in the village of
dgerton. Wllliamscounty, Ohio, on tbe th
of January, 172. between six o cloca- A-.u.
six o'clock P. M. of said day, and at the
Pratniflni known aa Ostrander. in Isjlaware
county, Ohio, on the ZHh amy of January,
between the hours of six in tbe forenoon
n.i .iv in ihuimniun of said day. and the
examination at each of said times of taking
be adjourned from day to day until said
depositions are taken. tit.t
MM. r.A-1 1 u 'V av. a
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nee, la, 1871, wt.
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