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FRIDAY MORNING. JAN. 26.
Notice to Advertisers.
Hereafter Pkcfxsbed Business Locals
wUl be distributed among tbe reading matter
on oar third page at Fifteex Ckvts per
Kkoclab Busontaa locals will be charged
To Cam per line.
KTLU advertisers who favor ns with their
patronage please bear In mind thai to Insure
Insertion, their favors most be handed In
Wednesday noon preceding publication.
Notice to Advertisers. P., Ft. W. & C. Railway.
ANAKD AFTEK Nov. 12th, 1871, Trains
TBAOrs OOISO WEST.
A 11 Ian OS-
l-o3 p m
35 p m
AlUpm 10.10 pm
6.85 n ml lfi.au pm
iJi a in
11.40 a m
6JSJ p m
hail- i kxJ ', ix-
ASOaml am SJSpm 9Jupm
t.btm liwpn . p m iz.ai a m
laipm 1.42am SjU6
LMipm itjuumi s.joam
Jupm ZAvam 22am
Atop ml AJUam 8.u6am
Upm 7.00 a m
4.40 p ml
11.00 p ml urnni
F. B MYEBB.
General Passenger and Ticket Agt.
Lake Erie and Louisville Railroad.
To take effect Monday, Nov. 13, 1871.
f.o.1 no. I Ae.
.-o - y.io
.:iS - grit
7:40 - ; ?-ui "
No i Ac
Passenger, and Mall
..tap m . mo a m
JSJK " HJBi -
J.4S 00 "
-AJx " 10.00 "
-7.01 10.7 "
705 - Ul.tS
" 11.W "
Close eonueotions are made at Monroevllle
lor Mansfleld,Columbiia.c. Leaving Findlay
Ciaae eonueotions are made at Monroevllle
ata.wa m, arnTe avcieveiana ai iuja a m,
ana xoieao m umw a 111.
L&6 p m, arrlTii
Leave Cleveland at 130 p ta and Toledo at
& d m. arrlvina at Findlav same evsnlna.
Leaving Cleveland at LU6 a m, and Toledo at
in a m. arrlva aX Flndiav at 1LS0 a m.
ljMv.Sinill.vlJSn m &rrlv. it tTlsva.
land at S.4S and Toledo at 7.85 same evening.
r iMn Off i
t any alKer roulm.
iido. at the ticket offices of the Lake 8hora
l.H.BaHos. Master Transportation.
Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland
On and after Monday, Nov. 12471, trains will
ran as follows (Bnnaavs ezeepteaj:
Xeaes rl"','r tmJl 45 am
jLr'r t w am-11 40 pm
M 30 amS 10 pm
ub amS 56 on
lu J pm7 u pm
. au pm. 10 pm
The&ua m train connects at Carey with
mail aolna soothjeacbinc Forest at 101 a m :
Kenton at 1L26 p m ; Beflefontalne at 12JU a I
p in; Osborn at S.00pm; Dayton at SJBpm;
ClnclnnaU at 6JM) m.
1mm Buffalo S 00 pm.
..S 05 am I
i oieao Hiu am
Cleveland i 35 am.
rrtssClyde ,,, . 8 45am
Leaxe Clyde 8 55 am
1055 am I
2 80 Dm I
Tiffin 42 1
Arrive Carey 10 20 1
uBHTifSTFTT "li? au I
important poinu reached by this line can be
procured at tbe station in Findlay. Through I
Tickets to Findlay by this una are on sale
at the oOsa of tke Lake Hiiore.and in Tolcda
s HiinriAna in iduoq
and cieveiana. 1 1 .
BAOaAQE CHECKED THEOUCH. 1
I r. nirmw K I7SR R KI jaM.fi E.
Ass'tSapt Prest and Oentiap't I
D run n-hn rr rr ,.r TV I .1
Mr. Luther D. Robinson, ex-Re-
corder, left for Olatha, Kansas, Wed-
Uteeday. where he proposes to sojonrn
r some time. - We should be pleased
to hear of bis success.
Mas. Maet A. Livermor, who
lectured last night, withdrew from tie
editorial chair of the Woman' $ Jour
not, January I, la order to give her
sole time to lecturing
Recovering. Mr. Martin Sheplar,
who waa soseverelT scalded last week,
is last recovering, xnougn acaiueu
very deep in places, bis injuries appear
fto-4real very rapidly, and we hope
aoon to aee him abont again.
Skhatob Gage, Dr. Oesterlin, AL
Parker and Joe. Gntzwiller bave our
thanks for valuable public documents,
among which is the Geological Sar-
vey Report a document we highly
Carr. J. S Pbeblb, of McComb,
while shooting at a target,a few days
ago, with aome companions, bad tbe
misfortune to be struck on the foot
with a glancing bullet inflicting a pain
ful though not dangerous wound.
JM.a in nror tn make room Abr a
new Spring Stock. Mens' Womjns'
and Childrens'Boots end Shoes, Wool
en Shirts, Drawers, Gloves and
Hoisery cheaper than any place else
Ma. Jacob Cbomlkt, ot this place',
lost a very valuable family horse but
Mcndsy. The disease was pronouneid
'colio by tome, but more probably
bote. Tbe horse was nearly twelve.
years old.bnt a veiy fine looking ani-
mAl for which i!r. C. bad refused
Important Notice. I bave proenr-
cd the right to use Dr. Julius A.
Bidwell e improved method ot insert
ing artificial dentnres, a most impor
tant discovery in Dentistry, and in-
ite my Id patrons and the people
generally to call and investigate ita
merits for themselves.
Ocb Mt. Blanchard corre spondent
bas our thanks for a well written ar
ticle on a very important subject, this
week, naif the trouble that arises
between our Postmasters and the peo
ple, is caused by a want ot knowledge
on the laiter, as to tbe requirements
of the law. The result of this igno
rance is that the Postmaster incurs
displeasure for duing his sworn duty.
Let the people "post' themselves on
their rights and lour-fifihs of the oom
plainls will cease. We hope to bear
from our correspondent again.
rnnal -nr A. T.anoworLhr.of
rr. , r- i . f ii.. 1? ;
Aulouo, ueuciM j-igcus ui uio axjuii-
able Life Assurance Society, of New
York, baa been in town several days,
to look afUr tbe interests of that
Company. He bas appointed CoL
J. A. Bope agent for Findlay. This
is one of tbe btst Companies in exist-
ence, and with these gentlemen for
agents will undoubtedly build up
We had the pleasure of a call from
Dr. J. O. Jieller, or Ada, a tew days
since, who reports all lively in that
enterprising town. Tbe Doctor vis
its Cary tbe first four days of each
month, and in both places is doing
fine business, as be deserves.
Senator Gage paid onr city a flying
visit on Wednesdsy last, on business,
and returned to bis Senatorial duties
trtAterdav. 'T. --t
Hone Thieves Again! On
Thursday night two men, oue
wbom was seen in Findlay in tbe
part of the evening, made a raid
tbe stable of II. S. Heck, 2 miles
of town, on the north side of the river,
taking therefrom a verv fine ridinir
horse. At Mr. Beck's they left a
marked Benedict & Co., Nevada,
and a halter belonging to Mr. Ilenry
Ilanna. The gentlemen were Been
pass through town on their way south
aboatten o'clock the same evening.
a..i.-...ii . ,
mile Mnth of town, they Jdk Mr.
Heck's horse, which tbeybad proba
, , . ,. . , ti...
11 imra nM tiv fiani usaica. vucv
ws.1. Mr. Powell's horse, and
have not yet been beard from, though
the Sheriff went in pursuit. Mr
Powell's horse is worth about $175.
A stolen horse is advertised in an-
OLher column, and we bear of several
others missing Surely our people
will now lose no time in organizing an
Association to hunt these scoundrels
down, and have them punished
A Sad Accident We reuret to
I leirn ttl&t Mr Lau. IWnw ifr.u
. " w
!.. !,. v ...a v..!
unwell for several days, and, on Sab-
bath day, about 2 o'clock, while the
of the family were at tea in an
aujuiuiug ruum, ue went to toe man
.. . , . .
fvo iv iw uuwu m uukua ui
liniment. He was seized with a faint
ing fit and fell forward into the fire.
His face fell over the back log, which
Isaved it some what, while the tore-stick
protected bis breast. The fire blazing
up between burnt his neck severely.
A little brother discovered bis peril
ous position, and alarmed the family.
His father burned his hands very se
verely in rescuing bim. His injuries
. x-arw mvmrm Kn Ntut Mnn
0 VeT "Vere, DHt latest reports are
that be will recover. We trust that
these renorU ara votl Innnila
lueBO r, IK,rL8 re Weil IOUnaea
An Old Citizen. Among the many
old Subscribers who have Called Upon
1 subscribers who bave called upon
as during the past week, we have felt
intp.rraLed in none mora ITian In mAt
Jonathlln Ballard, of Or.na
. ,. ,, , , .
ItownahiD. Mr. Kallarn m-aii hnrn in
Phunfield, New HampsLire, May 16,
irnn AL . a. a A . I
iuv, uiuucvuKucuu; cijjm j-iwu i
yearsold. He castrhls first vote in
1811. Became to this county from
the State of New York in 1835. Mr.
B. can see to read his Jkff. without
spectacles, enjoys very good health,
and steps about as nimble as a lad of!
eighteen. He h a great reader and a
close observer. We hope he may be
gnared maOV Years
Tbx past ten days have been fa
mnna nnea In the biiitnrv nf Anr nanpr
The Hri 1a m1 ulina aAntnnt In nnr anh. I
3ertUve brought in a goodly pile
ol Mgn-back. They serve an ex-1
cellentpurposein many ways. Send by
nei8llbor i "end by yoorpostmaster,
come in yourself, the first day you I
have time. Fay one year, if you can
do no better. Fay till tbe first of the
year, or better still, psy one Jear in
' . I
w . uw.
It will enable ns to.im-
prove tbe paper, we appreciate me
kind words of eneonragement, as well
tbe-more substantial tokena in the
shapa of, msUilai aid, that aavefome
tons ia tfca last faw daya." ?f!i 'j ' .
Mircn of the Ubor-aavutr macbin.
ery introduced of late years has bad a
tendency to Itghtea the burdens ot
men, and too little lias been dona to
help our wives aad toothers. . 'We ask
our people to investigate the merits ot
the . Champion Washing Maobint,
which Mr. ' Gtvitt ia Bailing in our
, w fe e ttF,
doubted the utility of any machine
that could b invented lor this pur
pose, but we are compelled to say
that tbe Champion has done much to
disabuse our mind of this prejudice.
Try it for yourselves, and don't buy
it until yon bave given it a fair trial
Agricultural Election At an elec-l
ition for officers of the Hancock
County Agricultural Society, held at
th2 office of D.B. Beardley, Esq.,
Wednesday, Jan. 24, the followmg
officers were chosen for the encafag
President-A. P. Byal ; Vice
President Alex.,rnuiips; iianager
Henry Greer, Delaware; Geo, W.
Powell, Liberty ; J. L. Henry, Or.
. ieaiSOrm, ricmav. ... I
Tbe new board will meet at lie
Secretary office,'' Saturday, Feb.
3d, for the purpose of organization.
"The State of Hancock County."
The following item of news from the
proceedings of the the Senate one
day last week will be read wLb inter
est by a large number of our people
For Enrolling Clerk. Alfred Parker,
r ww a 1 ai.3 aTfc I
-.ri,, ; nnmx.
nation. The former received 21 votes,
to the letter's 11, and was elected.
ror uecoraing wera, .losepnuuu-
WW 1 3 TT Aft I
weuer, oi 11 an coca couuxy, ana a. v.i
Drinkie, of Fairfield cSunty. were
ominated. Gutzweiler receiving 32
notea Lo Drinkle'a 1. was elected.
List of Letters remaining tn tbe
Post office at this place for the wee
ending Jan. 25, 1872 :
Rhemer Mita Ella
Dennis liiat Margie O
Downbam I J
I lakes John
Etc hey John
MeConnell Hiss Clara
Mason Charles E
banners Miss Klsla
Taylor Mrs Nancy
Fowler j m
Hamberi b r
want w w a
Persona calling for . theae letters
will please eay they are advertised.
now before the General Assembly of
that State, declaring all houses of
a prostitution public nuisances, actions
business, ble against at the suit of any citizen,
and subjects owners and proprietors
The Courier tries to place ns in a false
position by saying that we endorsed
Dr. Oesterlins vote for John Sherman.
We merely complimented that gen
tlemans firmness in refusing to be en
veigledty Democrat into the sup
port of a doubtful Republican U. S
Senator. We take it all back. It
ought not to require much firmness to
resist such blandishments. Now, we
hooe th 6 Courw is satisfied. See
-list point, L Q.I
Thb legislators of Minnesota are
not disposed to deal leniently with
the social evil, but to end it at once
by statutory enactment. A bill is
to a heavy penalty
Tub eleigutng lor tbe pait week
baa been good, and Wednesday the
weather waa intensely cold. Yester
day the weather moderated, but the
I sleighing still holds out, much to the
I satisfaction ot the lads and lasses.
I Even our business mrn appear to be
John J. Cole, west of lima, had
valuable mare stolen on Monday mgh.
of last week. The total number
cases oismsi. pox in --r
M ft T ? -k I n
oayoi lasi wee. -
daughter of John M. Bond, aged
years, died with the disease.
colored family from Lima bavins
contemplated removal to Van Wert,
the Mayor of that village who is also
Pi-wdent of the Board of Health
Bnt to the Health offi-
"r" maicaiing inw, in view
of tn prevalence of the small pox
amoDS colored people of Lima,
their presence would not bo tolerated
there They have got into a news
paper quarrel over tbe award of
eane to the "best merchant1' in lima,
awarded at a Lady's Fair, a short
time ago. The Union Schools
Lima have adjourned for four weeks
on account of the small pox.
again exercised over railroad matters,
....Henry Look wood, an old resi
rest dent of Milan, died in Detroit, Mich.,
Ti,l 1 TO--J
a- .u.KW-. ,
O f hl.il i M ti nnin mi. (hal .fiAl
have taken to stealing' sledue ham
nin A .t..ffi
Nurj..:!!. on o .
i , ,
1 a lew uavn ngu.
The1 Moitenger asks' thfj Council
to take some action to .protect par.
chasers of wood from being imposed
on in the matter of measure, and says
there is not one case in ten where the
purchaser gets the quantity of wood
he pays for..... Fort Stephenson and
Brainard Lodges, P. A AL M., held a
Lodge of Sorrow at Mammoth Hall,
on Friday evening of last week.
Seneca baa sent more supplies for
for the relief of Chicago than any
other county in the State Hamilton
excepted So says a gentleman writ
ing to a Seneca county friend from
Chicago. Tiffin is to bave a steam
...Mrs. Dillman, of
the Fifth Ward. Tiffin, bad her leir
.ken "d receied injurie8.by
MHUUt WW aa SSI WIIM Ot AAAA Da IBDL W CCS.
v M.uu.r, w
severely a short time since, as to cause
his death in a few hours. A kettle
of foiling water which tbe girl had
set on the floor was overturned on
him Foetoria rejoices in another
Ada baa had three cases of vario
loid and one case of genuine small
pox. .Mr. Isaao Draper, an old
. i .l. !,:
jxesidence, near Kenton, January 17.
The Suve Factory, five miles
icsiucub ui iuo hiuuit, uicu si uia
east of Forest, was destroyed by fire,
on the 7th inst.....The New M. E.
Church at Dunkirk was dedicated on
the 7th insL A drover waa beset
by two men who attempted to rob
him, near Whartonsburg, recently.
Ha escarp by making good use of
AJ IB BBBBUllCia uon utxu
. Important to Homekeepera. A
splendid opportunity is now offered
to the citizens ot Findlay ,and vicinity
to have their feathers renovated, and
hair and other mattresses cleansed
and newly upholstered. By this new
process, moths are entirely destroyed,
the dust and animal matter removed,
and made fully equal, and in most
cases finer than new. Many of our
eiUzens are Improving the opportuni-
ty. We append a few names among
the many that have had work done.
Mrs Dr. Rawson, Mrs. Cory, Mrs.
Jones, Mrs. Gage, Mrs. Dr. Firmin,
Mrs. McConnellf Mrs. Baldwin, Mrs
De Wolfe, Mrs. Hard, Mrs. Wheeler,
Mrs. John Adams, Mrs. James Adams,
Mrs. Grsy, Mrs Kimmons, Mrs. Carr,
Mrs. Mungen, ' Mrs. O'Neal, Mrs.
Hoopt, Mrs. Rockwell, Mrs. Vance,
Mrs. Kimber, Mrs. Spayth, Mrs.
Chamberlin, Mra Schuler, and many
a few county rights of this new
mA raln' m5iinn fnr sjiIa. Or.
ien for work ,eft 4t oppote
Completion of tie 1 E. h. KB.
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The only matters talked of here
this winter of public interest are rail-
roads. It is heard on every hand.and
promises not to be all . talk, this Unje.
The Lake Erie and Louisville Road
will be completed to Lima the coming
summer, sure. Calvin & Brice, Esq ,
ot this city, a Director ot this Com-
pany, leaves here to-morrow morning
for New York, where he will meet
tT A fli. Vialas mwA Afkn nViinf
mn in this entenrise.and while there
they will buy the iron for this road
from Findlsy to Lima, and make oth-
MAJ1ial AAnaranAtlMl ait1 sVnllnmAtll I
mcuiaio wum Ut,Ui.u uU u,,,...-.
of it. The new bonds issued by this
company to enatiie inem to oompieie
the roaa are guaranteed oy the Lake
snore Kauroaa tympany, wno win
make of it a first-class route.
e ln-m tnat our pe0pie may rely
upon it that this Road will be comple
ted and in running order before very
AwattemDt bv those interested is!
being made in Washington to procure
an investigation by tbe government
ef a system of transportation by
means of hollow spheres, carrying
their loads inside and moving in pneu-1
matio tubes. By this system, it is
claimed, the friction and wear and
tear ot rolling stock encountered in
the nse of cars is avoided, and a ve
locity attained of over one hundred
miles per hour. The cost ot transpor
tation by these means ia estimated at
one-filth of that of railroads. The
plan proposed for testing this system
to tbe satisfaction of the government
ia to have a tube constructed from the
Printing office to the Capitol, for the
purpose of transporting the public
documents. Jn this connection it
may be of interest to state that in the
pneumatic dispatch tubes in use in the
London Poetomce, the following re-1
suits as to speed have been obtained,
VIUI m IUWII UlCOVHIV V . f -v
the square inch at one end of the cir
cuit, and a vaccuum ot 11 inches ot
mercury at the other: 852 yards, 1
minute, S4 seconds; 1,206 yards, 2
minutes 28 seconds; 364 yards, 1
minute IS seconds. The total length
of line now working in London is
Mr. J. S. M abo, via, Piano-tuner,
Mansfield O. will be In Findlay about
bel8lb of February. Leave orders
at Selbach'e Music Store, n-36 2-w.
LETTER FROM MT. BLANCHARD.
MT. BLANCHARD, O., Jan 22, 1872.
Eds. Jiff.: I take tbe liberty to
write a few lines to your paier,lioiiing
that all who have an interest in
" welfare and proper development of
" our uostal svstem will heln the matter
along. The subject upon which I
wish to eay a few words is the pre
payment of postage on regular print
ed matter. I would ask every Post
master in the wide land if ha is not
annoyed at the beginning o' every
quarter ? Nobo ly but a 1. M. knows
what trouble it is to collect only 850
in such small sums as three and five
cents on monthly and weekly news
papers how many cursings and per
sonal insults will he be obliged to take
before the announz is complete. A
. .i.:!. i i.
grcn uw.a uc
no feelings, and that they mast have
him know that heii their oervant.
It Can be accounted for by their not
tvcaififlr msM r.lTTtr A1lllnkn 1 tair li lliA
, , , .
- -- -
v a nni in . t .iji.i i n- j
where it reads as follows : "Post-
I msatArs must, tiotrai" mva A-n.lir riv
posUge, nor deliver any letter, news
paper, pamphlet, magazine, or other
be paid. Printed matter must be re
timed on til it is paid for, either at
transient or quarterly rates.'
Sec. 478 requires each Pos'in iater
to keep a list of all box-hol Jers, with
tbe number ot the box assigned to
nh 'RtlA ttlA "TmA'llna Ilia njA.l it.
then the Postmaster must mate in his
quarterly returns tbe amount of funds
that accrued during the quarter,
whether he has collected them or not
Thus, you see that Postmas'ers are
required to pay oyer all funds that
accrue aurmg every quarter, it is
i i ...
true there are people who willingly
respond to the call of the law.and act
as gentlemen ; bn( none the less there
will be trouble and vexation in every
office, when an' attempt is made to
honestly collect what is duo tbe Gov
ernment. It is not lo be wondered
at that soma Postmasters g discour
aged, and fail to called a pjrtio i ot
Lu . .
th nuit!or iwhim !,
jecUd to very nndignifiel treatment
Iaa - rwss
a times, mere are a great many
people who will make a greatfuss,
when they are called upon to pay fire
cents postage on aome good family
newspaper, or boT rent to keep up
the reputation ot ' their ofli je, while
they care nothing for a dollar or t w J
foolisldy spent for something of lets
value. Some steps should be taken in
regard to this matter. The day is
not far distant, when the publishers
of the different papers, will be required
uo pay the postage in advance, which
can be added to the subscription price
Then they would discontinue their
papers at the expiration of the time,
which would aave the department
many a dollar that is now paid out
for blanks and envelopes to notify
publishers It is a notorious fact that
thousands of papers pass through the
mails rlailv nn wliipti tin ittclflcn w
l,d ifi.i.pv.cUcaMc-andl think
u is to mane soino reiorm in tins ai
rection, it would not only be a great
help to Postmasteis, but the Govern
ment would be the gainer.
The health in our village is good.
Trade ia rather dull since holidays.
Our people are improving the time
sleigh riding and hauling saw-logs.
... r . ...
The Jxrr. is wed represented at
this office. I understand ihat there is
something near a hundred copies dis
tributed at this place.
I write these few lines, well aware
of their imperfection, in the hope that
some abler pen will start the ball in
Yours, as ever,
FRIEND OF THE JEFF.
ADA NORMAL SCHOOL.
This institution, so widely known
throughout the Stste, is located in
Ads, Hardin county, 0 , 10 miles east
of Lima and the same distance wett
of Forest, on tbePitteburg, Ft. Wayne
& Chicago RR. .The building has
been completed but a fewmonths,and
would be an ornament to any town
spacious, and furnished with seats aud
apparatus of modern improvement.
It is well arranged and adapted for a
Normal School. It is four stories
000. The structure is a result of
P" enterprise, and merits tho pat-
ronage of Northwestern Ohio ,v
The faculty of this institution con
gigU of n s B r Kieit j G
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P"k J J- U; ;
H. S. Lehr, LLD., is Pres dent and
Professor of Ancient Languages, and
Superintendent of tho Normal Depart
ment. He has a world-wide reputa-
tion as a teacher, and is a distinguish
ed cultivator of science. Graduating
Mt. Dnion College, in 1830, with
bicli honors, be at once began teach
n)t f t- !,),. j
S . e result of bis labors and
reputauun as a wwuu uu
erection of Ada Normal School. For
six years past he bas been Superin
tendent ot tbe Union High School in
Ada," a position which he si ill fills,
showing that the people of Ada highly
appreciate his services as a teacher.
B. F. Niesz, B. S , is Professor ol
Mathematics and instructor in Ger-
man. He is among the Napoleon of
teachers, and has attained eminence as
a mathematician. Mr. Nieez gradual-
ed at Mt. Union College in 1870, and
ia energetic aa a teacher.
J. G. Park, Professor of Englit.li
branches and Latin prose compost
tion, and J. II . Williams, Professor of
Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene,
are men of scholarly repute, and are
worthy of the positions Ihey Gill.
The popularity of Mr. Libr, and
the support freely nnd promptly ac
corded to this institution in its incip
eney, justify the conclusion that tbe
aim and efforts of the Faculty will be
realized, and that success wil ulu
mately crown their efforts Animated
I bv the patronage the institution bas
I received during the last two terms, it
I cannot help but be a source of satis-
faction to the Faculty, and lead tbem
I to continue in their efforts to edu
Wanted. A couple of young men
pf good address snd some money, to
engage in a permanent and profitable
business. For particulars enquire ol
M. E. Battin, opposite Jsff. tflice.or
Joy House, Findlay, O.
The 'Farmers' Club" meets at the
Court-room to-morrow at 1 o clock
P. M. Tbe subject for discussion is
one that should interest every man
women and child in the county.
TO FARMERS AND OTHERS.
The finest Fruit ami Ornamental
Nursery Stock ever brought to
country wes that ikliwied by II
Uabcox, in tbe fa'l of 181.
trees and shrubs were so well rooted:
ou laijze lur lueir BIT; EO uiceir
packed, all tbe roots carfully imbed
11 r 1
ucu u onnuip muss. 110 uiwji
more pains to bring Ihe oualiiy
sells than any man wo ever dealt
with; in fact, his trees aie better than
he represents. No other dealer ever
delivered us as good stock in quality
as represented. We preft r his slock
to all others. He is now in this
vicinity, taking orders for trees to
delivered in the Spring, and promises
to bring as good etcck as tlat de
livered last fall. We h( rehy advise
all wishing anything' in his line,
1(H)k ,iim , or(,er h, fc
Eav. Jonx Smith. Mt.
Jkeomk Smith, 4
H. C. Tickit,
J. W. Picket.
G. S. Fahl, '
Milton Mav, "
J. Wickabu, Arcadia.
J I). Halset,
JOKL Ik ELKS,
January 2G, 1871.
OUR FRIENDS PLEASE READ.
e ordtred tf one, II. R. Babcox
( rnamental shrubs, trees, rosss,
this fall for our front grounds. As
Mr. LSabcox is row in town takin
oiders, we think it due Lim and a
bent fit to those who wish to order,
to say Lis stock sold us is tbe Gnest
in appearance we ever saw. We
think bis choice of quality will please
all who wish the nicest quality that
can be Led. He brought no stunted
slock to ns ; we think ho means to
bring cxacly what he represents.
iou or t-indiay wno wish any
tl.intr of tie kind, will do well to look
Mr. Babcox up and or tier of him.
MRS. W. H. WHEELER,
MRS. A. R. BELDEN,
MRS. Dr. D. A. HURD.
Fob, "Morning Star' Stove, and ex
tra plates for same, call at Thornton
F. Morrison's, opposite the court
house, Main Street- In fact, anything
you may want in the stove and tin
ware line, may be had at bis estab
ihment as cheap as tho cheapest. He
Tub Newark, (O.) American says:
'The Newark, Somerset and Straits-
ville liailroad is now completed to
within a mile of tho tnonel, ( which is
thirty-nine miles from hero.) tbe ties
are distributed for the remaining mile
and it is confidently expected that we
Khali have veritable Straitsvillo coal
from the tunnel next week.''
Local Business Notices.
Call with me. if you wish to buy a
iano, Organ or AleloUeon, or any
. . -
other musical iustruinc-ut, as I can sell
you a better article cbener and on
belter terms than any traveling ped
dler. Call and be convinced before
going elsewhere. Fkei. Sei.i:acii
Change of Time.
During tbo year 1SJ2, Dr. Keller,
Denlidt, of Ada, will operate in Carey
ho first four days of each month
The Toledo Silver Plating Co.
have no agent in Findlay, and have
not had for the past eighteen months.
We do the only plating of tbe kind
that is done in Toledo. ' An agent
will vidt Findlay twice a year to so
licit orders. A'ltlress,
25 evw 4u T. J. Hills,
Sjpt. Toledo S. P. Co.
I will direct attention to any land,
house, lot or other property offered
for sale or trade, at my own expense,
and make no charge tor eervces, un-
a satisfactory eale or trade can
be effected. I will not, however, un
dertake to sell property at fancy
prices; nor do I speculate in any
property put in my hands So that
my customers may have whatever
bargains there are offered. I make
no charges for services in negotiating
oans unless succe&ful.
n37 C. G. Bauxo
THE WEED SEWING MACHINE
one of life best now in ue. Call andj!
see it at Lyle's Gallery.
If you want to purchase or trade
for propoity, sucfi svescribj'd jn C.
G. Barnd's Land and yurflsoliimn
call, and ho, or the owner ot tne
property, will take you to see the
same free of charge . ,
r - j .
TOYS & CONFECTIOffiSffi
SCHULER at C1UOTIIEBS
Are prepared to supply Country
Dealers with a lull line of TOYS at
prices as low as Cincinnati or Cleve
land (with freight added.) The
stock is now open and Dealers can
make their selections. Also, a full
of their own manufacture, warranted
fresh and pure.
For Sale I
I offer for sale my property on East
Sandusky St , at present occupied by
myself as a Cabinet and Chair Fac
tory. 1 nci moderate and rcasona
bis terms. G. W. Parker,'
no 16 2m. Findlay, Ohio.
Also I will sell my residence on
East Hardin Street, north side.
Good fi uit, and every thing couven
ient Terms easy and price nioder
Stave mikeks can sell staves and
heading to C. G. Barnd. at Fin. Hay,
for cash. Or they can contract them,
to be delivered at Findlay, and else
where, on satisfactory terms.
Office opposite the Cjuit Ilouee.
The place to got Good and Cheap
Furniture, is at A. E Millers' New
Furniture Room in Arcadia. Call in
and see, and satisfy yourselves before
p ceasing elsewhere. no 34
For'y vears ago, Illinois was as
days of Progc83 and Ioiprovemeot,
uic word VPl hna nmn In inpan
vaiuuiuu Ulitl ILC lerriloriCB,
"HOW TO GO WEST."
this West as ino6t people wished to
U. and journeys were made in the legen
His uary "Prairios ScUooncr'bat in these
- Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas. Colorado,
I i1 1 - r . .
be the Traveler reaches almost anvDoint
then i a lv a snlendiil Line of Kail
This Line of Uiilroad is the Bur
lington Route, which starts from Chi
cago over the Chicago, Burlington
vuitcy R.R., from Indianapol:a over
be tlie Indianapolis, Bloomiogton and
"estern Short Line, and from Lo
- ganport, over the Toledo, Peoria
V arsaw II.R , and running through
Cueliko rojf, reaches Omaha, Lin
coln, Nebraska City, St. Joseph,
Atchison, Leaven woitb and Kansas
City, collecting with tbe Union Pa
cific, Kansas Paciflj and other Rail
roads running from those cities.
Always go'By way of Burlington"
and jou will be sure to be light.
Tbe Biirlinglon Route has admira
bly answered th,e question, "How to
go West ?' by the publication of a
truthful anJ interesting document,
filled with facia iu regard to Time,
Coniuclious, Acc jmmodations,rates
of Faro, aud other interesting items,
and illustrated by a large map, truth
fully showing the whole West, which
they distribute free of charge. Cop
ies, aud additional information, can
be obtained by addressing, General
Passenger Agent, B. & M. R.R., Bur
lington, Iowa. no.35 tf.
Tus Domestic Sewing Machine is
tbe best made, and decidedly the
cheapest. Call and see them at
Bill-heads ! Letter-heads,
On good paper, in good style, and
on lair terms. No business man
should be without them. Printed at
NEW DISH STORE
87 Main St., Findlay, O.
A large and well selected Stock of
Crockery and G lam ware, Knives and
Forks, Spoons, to , on hand, which
will be sold-at bottom prices.
PausC'V wishing their Feather-beds
or M stresses renovated, can leave
their orders at the rooms opposite
The Photo?ranhs taken at Zav'a
nii ,rfr,rt i;ru .! iQ.
. ., P ! . ,
mm uisuuct as tuo uiiusi steel engrav-
ings. Call and examine specimens.
AU persons knowing themselves
indebted to tbe undersigned, are re
quested to call and settle their ac
Mlini, hpr,,r th 1 t Uv nf SVhrn.
FaET & EtTIKGKB,
nf.35-2; Druggists it Booksellers'
A large Stock of fresh and
Dried Fruits, Sugirs, Coffee,
ProvLiions, Tobaecos, kc., at
I will dilligenlly endeavor to fiuJ
a jiurcliaser for any house, lot or farm
which may be placed in my bands ior
sale. C. G. Babnd.
Is the best Sewing Machine In the
maiket. Examine it at
Made? and very
Sandusky street,' opposite
Schuler & Carothers manufacture
their own Candies and warrant them
fresh and pure. Cheap as any one
Dr Fahrney's Famous Remedy.
Dr. tahrney s Blood Cleanser or
Pavacea is becoming a very popular
family medicine. Nothing better to
cleanse tbe blood. Try it. Sen ad
vertisement in another column.
Tub best Sewing Machines in use
are those at Zay's, over Citizens'
Bank Call and see them.
RITTER McItlLL January I8th, at the
rMii1nraf the bride's ua rents, in Portage
tm&n.hiii. bv Klder I. A. Kandull. Mr. Tbos.
.ilttr alio Miss diuriua a. mcuhi, an ui
IT HER RITTKU-January 11th. 1K72. by
A. Raniiull. at bis reilence In l'leas-
knt township, Wm. II. Kader and Miss Emma
Pltiflor, all Ol iu is couuiy.
BLOSSER STOCKFER-By theRev. H. D.
kKriuerer, of rostoria, at the resideuce of tbe
fVri.iK'n tutlicr. In WusbinKtou township. Mr.
JCia Hlpsser to M Ixi Sarah Slouller, all of
Pf.RMNKit SMITH On theSU Inst., at the
Evangelical Parsonage, by Kev. E. H. t rouse,
Mr, L. U. r'b'iiuer, of I Ills place, and Miss L.
E. BmilU of lleury couuiy.
JEFFERSONIAN OFFICE Thursday, Jan. 25, 1871.
T bade dull
Eaos-Lower 23 cts. to-day.
Grain. Wheat f 1.30 Oats 30.
Butter Dull at IS cts for choice.
Appmh Dried ...
tlA-ON. hliouldLT. oc; Hides, bc Hams, lue
i .. rv.itt
mi I I B. .. 7
Breswax , p
Eoua - -
FiUR-Wbeat-.. J S
Boak Country ,
. z Mi(a
. S 60 no
. i 'iidji So
Qua 1 L per dos.
Live Stock Markets.
PITTSBURG, Jan. 23.
Beef CATTLB-Tlie arrivals were heavy.
and the pros poets are dull ine oest soiu ai
6.-JSr4.5u, aud stoekers at H2Bt.3a.
eels are dull ; sales we-e rua.lt) of the best at
i..iiv.?.uu: niediuu8llo-00l9oj0,and common
lions 1 ue arrn : ,
rcts are fain sales were made of Phlladel-
at ti aud orkers at ll.&ool.tsJ.
BUFFALO, Jan. 24.
1-ATTi.a-Receiiils T2 cars, making a supply
r.t mm airulust UaJ cars last week. The
market rules winy .."."
shade lower. Sales 7;AlHlinois steers of luiu to
1.570 lbs at i.l2V!-'uL Ohicsi of si I lis at
.t.h urn in.iiaiii.of l.ijolo Lam lbs. at t5oa
6.75; '90 Missouri steers of l.iuo to l.lai lbs at
"KStAKnLAiiBS-SnpplyTJOOi The mar
ket is tolerably active and pnca are unchang
ed but weak. Male 470 Iudiana sheep of lot)
lbs attti.75; 1.41s Michigan of 0 to US list at
to 55.t7.ii; tiiuoliloaof til lbs at S6 a(9.1. .ro
Canadas oflltto 115 lbs at ttLtUKjg-.HZjQ
Canada lambs or so, su ana r- ius aiciuw.
tt..M Hioeirtsl.4oi. The market ia steady
aud a shade higher. Bales at tl.ailwO fur
medium lo good.
K Z iiiri maSiJ,
GEO. F. PEXDLETOX.
ATTORXEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Office over the Red Corner TW sinr
orth ol Court llou. Janai,TJ-ly
Strayed or Stolen.
ana I lilRn, small, 8 years old. while star In
head, black malue and lail tbe laiter rather
.uioiwatiuu iii.iwin ieaa to ner recovery.
may be left with ih uihrtrl
with Jiu. Wilson, at C. a. 4 C. Depct In FinO-
I Y . . V TV A A0 A rrl.
GOLD AND SILVER BASIS.
VOn CHEAP AND NICE GOODS PLEASE
-A. can at uie sign 01 uie
BIG PAD LOCK.
Who keem eon tan lv on hand a lure atm-lr
ui.uou.uu uoavjr uuniwaro, Bioves, cutlery.
Sash, Doors, Glass, Putty,
riows, Spring. Oil and Brushes. Also sole
ent for tha celebrated STAKAXE3.UALK-
it want LtiU. Couinry agent for the
BUCKEYE MOWER & REAPER.
and Taylor Bulky and Tlffln Horse Bakes.
uhwi psiu ior oiu iron ana copper.
BEKIArf EWINtf, Proprietor.
BluOton, O Jan. T2-2w.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIEiT,
120 Broadway, Y.
Cash Assets -Cash
t 'ponal! the best plan and honest safe rates.
ine puuuo are aaseu lo cartlully examine
SAVINGS FUND ASSURANCE
As we believe It the mart profitable Life As
surance written eHpecially for men ol long I
u?m vmi iur uucuiuvuui uu
JAS. A. BOPE, Ag't,
A. LAN G WORTHY,
General District Agent for Ohio (exeept Cnya-
uoga county.) janat-suu
Wm J. Sbolly
B. P. farmer.
Before Jno. Wortman,
J.f.. of Ulancnara I p.
iianeot-K lo u.
ON the26lh day of December, A. D. 1871,
said Justice iMMied an onler of attach
ment In the above action for tbe sum of four
teen dollars and twenty-flve cents.
ri l I E Board of Hehool Examiners of llancoc c
J. County will meet at tbe Ninth District
Sthoul iloutie, in Fiutllay, ror tbe examina
tion ol Teachers, on tba following days
during tbe year 1VT2:
Saturday, March AI,
- March 25d,
" May 4lb,
" August, Uth
- BeUimber 71h,
" December 7th,
" December 21st.
Examinations to commence at half psst nine
Sfty cents, for Institute Fund, upon entering
Kach applicant must psy the legal fee of
t ac-h applicant most furnish ns with satis
factory written evlilenee of aood moral char
acter before a certificate will Issue: and
teachers must be recouinieudod by their last
No aimllcant will be admitted forexamlns
tion within three months after the second
All applicants must come well qualified n
the Common Hcbool Hranchea, and Rood suc
cess In teaching will always merit and receive
Oeo. r. fxunt-rroK,!
John Bowman, Examiners
J. it. Kauy. i
Jan 20, "72-ly.
TiHE partnership of Schwartz A Knns is
this day dissolved by mutual consent, the
unilenilgnetl having purchased (be stock and
will eoutinue tbe business at the same place,
87 Main 8treet. Tbe unsettled matters of the
old Arm will be settled by the partners.
Dec 27, KS71. fElEK KUNZ.
NOTICE Is hereby gven that 1 will not be
responsible for any debts which may be
hereafter contracted by my wife. Margaret A.
Hinlth, who left my bed and bard without
.iwic mik. op nmvnMlinn All ntfnmni
warued against harboring her. "
JUIl. "liJ. 1(W1.
S-t CHARLES a SMITH.
S. T. 1860 X,-
This wonderful vegetable restora
tive is the sheet-anchor of the feeble
and debilitated. As a tonic and cor
dial for the aged and languid it has
remedy for the nervous weakness to
which women are especially subject,
it is superseding every other stimu
lant Iu all climates, tropical, tem
perate or frigid, it acts as a specific
in every species of disorder which
undermines the bodily strength and
breaks down the animal spirit.
Jau 19. "K-lv.
Far Preservlns and Beantlfylns; Ike
llaniaa Hair. Ta Prevent its Fall
las; Oat nnd Tsrslsg lray.
A well-preserved Head of Hair, In a person
of middle age, bespeaks refinement, elegance,
health and beauty. It may truly be called
Woman's Clowning Ulorv, while men are ot
Insensible to Its advantages and charms.
Few things are more disgusting than thin,
frizzly, harsh, untamed Ilulr, with head and
coat covered with Dandruff, Visit a barber
and yon feel and look like a new man.
This la what LTOH'N KATIIABI0X will
do all tbe time. The charm which lies In
well placed Hair, Glossy Curls, Luxuriant
Tree es, and a Clean Head, Is noticeable and
Bold by all Druggists and Country Stores.
A Keposilary or'aahlasi, Pleasnre
las lac (lea.
Notice ol IA Preu.
It Is really the only Illustrated chronlclerof
rasliion in inecouniry. i.uic..io.
aro worth tbe subscription puce of the paper.
While fully maintaining Its position as a
mirror of lasuion. it aiso niuuim
poems, brilliant essays, besides general and
personal gossip. Builuaifaturdu' Evening Uu-
There never was any paper published that
so delighted the heart of woman. Never
mind it itdoes cost you a new bonnet ; It will
save you ten times the price In the household
economy it teaches iYsrulrace Hvefung lit.
of llarorr't Hazar Is made a subscriber for
life. V. 1 . mtntng rai.
Theiliuar Is excellent. Like all the peri,
which the Harpers publish.lt U al
most ideaiy well edited, and the class otaad
o,. t,.r whom 11 is Intended the mother and
duuehteis in average families cannot but
nmAi bv its eood st.use aud good taste, which
hna no doubt, are to-dav making verv
many homes happier than they may bave
Iu.ii before the women bet: an taklua lessons
in personal aud household and social man
agement Irom this good nalured mentor.
The jsation, Jew l or.
II Anna's Bazab, one year, W 00
An extra copy of either the Afaoarine, NVrA
Ivoriluiurvlll be supplied gratis for every
club of rive subscribers at Slue each, in one
remittance; or, six copies lor J-w w, wunoui
Bubscrlptions to Harper'i Magazine. Weekly
or Bazar, to one address for one year, 110 ou;
or two of Harper s Periodicals, loone address
toL "."Scan be .unnlied st any time.
Tbe four volumes ol Uarper't Bazar, for the
yeais law. :, !a.'i elegantly bound In green
morocco cloth, will be sunt by expreesreight
prepaid. ' " ,
ti,. iiiiu!a on Haruer' Bazar is 20 cents a
year, which must be paid at tbe subscriber's
' UAHffc.it A BROTHER, N. Y.
formation A. I
On and after this date we will sell Tobacco at
Best Plug, from 75to 90
Shorts, 3,5 antl 4 Cents per lb.
3E IP 3E3 3 117 E3 O 3 W .
Smoking Tobacco, 30, 35 and 38
EVERYBODY CALL AMD SEE US.
the following Prices :
Cents per lb.
1 pel' lb.
WOLF & POWELL.
At th- Old Jackson Foundry,
C. S. & C. Kauroaa uepoi,
rrTifi test Plow ever
Tlaafaaf "R iit WnriS
The JACKbON Tfc.L rL-v "
M'nlt Wrfl, "?'Wu?' ,
would not ute any other.
Best Plow for
Meur, Ibtf j2vi'TLo"wihlch I purchased of you Is all that ean be looked tor In any
eas7ruunl.T7riow aud lor good worlt.
. t, w i vm.u.v Township, one of
Wouldn't Take a
W R. Orubb. of Cs Township. ys that he
STEEH-LOW It is thebeat flow evt.ru-
An Excellent Plow.
Mr Joel Pendleton say. the J Al'KHOM aiEEL FLOW lean excellent Plow for all kind, of
work, and every farmer should have on best ever Introduced In thlsconn-
Wsau Ma Otlser.-The J I At JC&ow t 1 HENRY N CBS, Liberty Tp.
try. "or all kind ol work,! want no other.
. h. nrKSON STEEL PLOW can't be beat for general nse. Ihavetrled
1 A "r--IhS CJi JYowa, ut the J AClLbON is the best, and I shall us no other,
over a dosen different kind ot riows, ou w. DAVID BIBLE It, Jackson Township.
. , lhlnv the JACKSON STEEL PLOW Is the King of Plows.-No one
''kP,rSiI SilnS a '"Jackson." Wy advice ia every farmer isto buy a
a ,t w mhr after once using mtt.i tik.wiAm,h .
will use any
. . ..i
W.ald.'t. If w" ?tifVTfUr UMing the'jACKSO. It U by far the best Plow ever
LofdHancock" CountJ, ind sllould uLd by every farmer who wishes to do good work.
)TjD JACKSON FOU.NUlii
, i.,i.hl Waad
Also manufactures the best ".TTr
East urawiora ouroofct
STEEL PLOW !
East Crawford Street, near the
Lightest Draft !
as -SV-W ST
EQUaUV WeU IU DQU
who have usedThem
h. ,nn utha hnit for all work that I svrruaed
uaver eloea. and Hcnurs easily in wet soil. I
the best farmers In the county, bas tried the
Fortune for It.
-wouldn't take a fortune for uls JACkSOS.
a. jaiiiiir.is j 'r-
.f i.ih.,iv inwiuhin. ami 1 eonld not be
Haw in I he market. Iron lKin me n no vi riuw
a - -ud ail work done tn a First-class Foundry.
c0Hi1qW "RnilTOad DeTJOt.
,1 ivittpm tutt.t danshter
KY h-Vri dMeased. late ol liancoek coun
ly, Ohio, and Henry a.
who reside in the Mate o( Kasnas. and also
sawantha Fields and John lelds, her uus
haid Thomas Long. Catharine Harrington
aud William Harrington, herhusuo ,t
min liarrlnKton. her nusoanu,
H-terAruSler'and J'. 'ihh:
op8.andManuais. Long. "',1labs;
ttSXtSTlZZ. doeased, who was a daught-
Catnanne fanau, ------ -- -..
fvISrt nf Common Pleas ot said Hancock
iv LafntUie said Elliabelh Bell and
SS'aSS tSSmantha Fild. and. John
Fields. Thomas Long. Catharine Warrington
and William Harrington, iwnti "J;""''"":
William Long. Abrahain Long, Martha k-
and A nu re w nii"u""y ----
lin. FeUjrttwick, M-riaTrec ana maei
and Vgreed with said Herter Bwick, in eon
SktarmllOD that said a:"lew"Ad.'
care of. work for and V1? fc.'???.
Cherry. and wile so long a. they lived.th.t
K?ck IT OTe'west' "hail roi Tib. south
L.o,iofSection ten ilu township one
(1) south, range twelve east In said Hsnwi
eouutv: thatiaid Hester accepted said offer,
mmtae iud streemeut of said Jesse, entered
upon said lands, made yaiuaoia '-s
Improvements thereon, t.k care o . Iw"Vd
i for and worked for said Jesse and wile so
h?nr Uiey lived, that said Jesse and w..e
died Intestate without inaa.u. ---- -
Inst BAlii lltir in r -
IbSreot, and are threatening to d spossess her
That said Maria Treece and her said bus
band have eommenced proceedings In said
to parUuon or sell said premises.
The nraver of said petition is that said court
on ibe hearing of said action, mav find said
Heifer Mtek w he entitled lo a conver.uce
of ld land, lo her. that ."id court J
til akss wi fsvnu sniu mi ----- . . .
A. Beli, and am.nth. rields
Kields.Tbomaa ,VnT Kir 'hal ifeiu
snd William Harrington, Rh
mlnger and Andrew Uemm'nger, Mar
garet Harrington , '""m oer"d
riogton. John Long, Hester A. Miller and
Jaine. Miller. .J-- HSSw'nSS!:
Ab.?' ""r.rar and n-
.Ter .d PfiSon orbeir.'the thirdHatj
urtlay after the mh day of f n1aftiIJnd
all said defendants nil''A'S
fcdaerton. Willlaniseounty. Ohio, on the AHh
dsy of January, jjft between .
snd tfslX O GIUCK A ' ' i .
istirander. in lielaware
eonty, Ohio., on the sh day of January
Ir,w-ern "Jl ..Id davVand lhe
examination at each of ssid times ol taking
will be sdjourneu irom uay to J
deposlUousare taken. RWIrlr
By J.H. Brows A Buowa A Di ss, her At
vec in, 10, i, wi
be by special pei .
it. W. PWWEl.L,
H U WOOD.
Notice U hereby given that the i subscriber
ecu lor of tbe last win VT
Seinte Bwalley. late of Itlgllck rownahlp
ilV-.w. 7 -ouit. Ohio, deceased. January
siirisfA HEN BY B. KURTA.
JC.W. O NealAU IX
BOOT AND SHOE
The Best Quality.
and The Cheapest Lot
CAM 1IK VOCKD AT
No. 74 Main Street,
In Shop-Made Work
Men's Sewed French Caf
Boots,Men's Pegged French
Calf Boots, and Men's
Plain Calf Boots,
Men and Boys'
Calf Congress Gai
ters, Oxford Ties, Serge
Halters. Serere Oxford Ties.
and a full and complete Stock of
WOMEN & CHILDREN'S WEAR.
He will also keep constantly on band
Slaughtered and B. 0. Sole Leather,
CALF, KIP AND UPPER LEATHER.
FRENCH CALF & KIP,
Collarand Russet LEATHER,
and Shoemakers Tools.
R LIZA BETH fLEMand Renbt nTJIero.lier
. buhand. whose nlaee of residence la un
known, will laae notice tnat tsivin a. hw
in,itr tirl on tna ibtn uav oi January, a. v.
!? aia hi. iiiiiinn intheCourt ol Common
PIphs within and for the County of Hancock
.n.i in tho Ktata ol Ohio, acalust them. set-
Una forth that on tne iitu uay oi jauu-
. ik i.i uu i.l Croninser executed
and" defivered to aid Elisabtsth a contract
in writing promising inerein 10 mass iu
L.n...iu.iir. a.l fi.r inli.L one hundred and
ten. in Vanoe's adtlltion to the village of
seven hundred dollars at certain times named
. ' 1 1 .. . 4n Knlri nUllllV. Oil 1I1B tMkVUlMUb Ol
in said contract; was mv huk. wow
oaymenU became due are lone since past,
that demand of such payments has been
duly made, that said Elisabeth and Reuben
have been duly notified toeoruply with their
sureements, and that on further failure so
to do, said Croulnuer would proceed to pro
..rJi. nnnLract to be cancelled. That a
reasonable time lias elapsed for said Elisa
beth and Reuben to perioral said contract,
but that they have failed, neglected, and re
fused ti ly Uroniniprr said sum ol
ST." and nave pses.on of said P
through a tenant thereon, but have tbem
iel ve7goue to parts unknown to said trou-
Wf henraver of said netitson is for s resclston
ofiaieoutJact. anr.r an ordertoring
required to appear ... .
onseasion of said lnlotio 'l?V
on or be to re u" .
day of bu,JiVn A. CRONINGEB.
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