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PBJDAT KOmSQ. HAS. L 1871
Notice to Advertisers.
' Hereafter Pucrxuzo BcBncras I-ocaia
-will be distributed among the reading matter
! ,n oar third page at rinm Crjrrs per line.
RxQUL-ta Booths locals win be enargea
m com per User
Wlx advertisers who favor ns with their
:t-on-urs please bear In mind thai to insure
nasrUon. their favor moat be handed in by
raneaay noon preexung publication.
; ROUTE WEST.
-3 MILES THE SHORTEST
o etprru n . r rvniASAP-
Jlsand ittfc wSr. Hund,y, FOK BT"
"HE OUXT IiXETE
hunting PCLLMAK'8 clebrtd Dtmwlitf-1
oietpui ir uwau
Pltttburg, Columbia, Louitvillr, Cincin
nati and Jndtanapolit, to
Si?" WITHOUT CHAXGEr
t.aengers "Lf th I
1 V KB --ww -a- ww sw -fa
for KANSAS CITY, LEAVEN
WORTH. LAWRENCE, TO
PEKA. JUNCTION CITY,
FORT SCOTT, Bnd
SHffiEABTS iKD FAMES,
Who are weUnf home in the rich valleys
and on the leruie prairies 01 auwiu,
Kaksas, Nbbsaska and Oolokado,
TAKE NOTICE this is the
THE MOST DIRECT ROUTE.
fills line has facilities for
families to the
Not Possessed by any Other Lins,
Save Time and Honey.
TICKFTR ean be obtained at all the Prin
cipal Ticket Offices in the Eastern, Middle
and Southern States.
C K FOLl-KIT.
General Passenger Agent, St.-Louis.
"--stern Pass. Act. Indianapolis,
f JOHN E. SIMPSON,
leb -3 Gen. Superintend'!, Indianapolis.
P., Ft. W. & C. Railway.
AS AND AFTEB Nov. 12th. 187L Trains will
Vf leave Stations dally, (Sundays excepted,)
as iouows :
TBAIXB OOIHQ WEST.
8.88 a ml
10.42 a m
,- I V I .
10 JO p m
10 jo pm
.. . I"
liUDm 12.43 am
liXliml 2Jb a ui
1.05 a ml b iu a m
bo a id b At a m
6 JO am
20am Laim .20pm
12 06pm .06pm 12.40am
unpm iuspiu in
4.iiinm 1.42 am &o6am
20pm 20 a ml 22am
s.40pm Ultm 8.06am
7.00pm! 4Joam 8.910am
7.2)1 p ml 6.00a ml 8.04am
Jaopml 7.00a m11.12am
OrrvlUe 2.25 p ml
Alliance. 4.40 pm
llOpml SJOam 1.15pm
ttoeiieatT 7J . p
Pittsburg i sJ5p
l AM a nil iijb a nil p in
T. B. MTEBS.
General Pasnenger and Ticket Aft.
Lake Erie and Louisville Railroad
To take effect Monday, Nov. 13, 1871.
f BOM FlUDtAT.
No. 1 No. S Aa.
' STATIONS. Faasenger. and Mali.
Maeaverurfua ' " 'f
: " Arcaaw 88 " 2.10 "
Arrive r'oftoris ., , " fj "
ueave " . A4 " 2:48 "
- JacklbB 8:47 " ItMi "
i - Amstten :5 " 8:1 "
- Kansas 72 " A2 "
I - Winters 7:12 - : "
UAr-ve Fremont 7:48 a -
If No.4 NtJAe.
1 Ueave PiemonU.
Passenger, and Mall
.15 p in .1Q a m
6Xb " 8J8 -
S.45 " 88
tS& 10.00 "
I j Amsden.
I' " Jackson
i Arrive Fostorla.
7-0l - 107
J7J6 15 "
7.18 50J8 -
Arcadia 7J7 - JlAr -
jArri-tmHdlay 80 " 11.40
1 1 Clciis connections are made at Monroevllle
I or atansneia, mnuumi,,". .
; at 5.40 a m, arrive at Cleveland at 1US a m,
; and Toledo at 106 am.
5 Leave Cleveland at 2J0 p m and Toledo at
i 4.55 p m, arriving at Find! ay same evening.
! Leaving Cleveland at 86 a m, and Toledo at
I c Jill a m. arrive at Findlay at 11J0 am.
j Leave Findlay at 1JW p m, arrive at Cleve
' land at 8.40 and Toledo at 7 J6 same evening.
I mPuttiigentn)tkUToaiwUl reach fuuUay
earlier thaubfi mm atherrouU.
i Bay Tickets eio Fremont, In Cleveland and
I i -.iaHa mi th ticket offices of the Lake Shore
I Michigan boaexw'ny
l H. BtrBOOOB. Master Trangportatlon.
Cincinnati, Sandusky and Cleveland
On and after Monday, Nov. 12,1871, trains will
w w wTWllI.AV-
I! XeoM Findlay 5 ""Mit?
t- 7 12 un.1 25 pm
I. m. . H4aam2WPm
2 B" "r 00 am. 56 pm
S f 10 40 pm7 40 pm
. WWY - 5 SO pm ...4 10 pm
mail going soatheacnlng Forest at uuiim ;
Kenton at lui p m ; Beueiouwnv . -m?
Urbanaatl38 p m ; Springfield at 22
p m; Osborn at 5.00 pm; infunuwpuj
Clucliuuu at a.w p m.
mi r t n r.lr
rtonc Ruftalo 00 pm . , ,-8 Uo am
- Toledo 860am 18
Cleveland 8 85 am.
2 80 pm
Sandusky-. 800 am
4 ao pm
6 47 pm
7 85 pm
8 30 pin
.arrtaeciyac , , s d am.
10 2d am.
Tickets from Findlay to all
V 1120 am..
J-msortant points reached by this line can be
nXycarea at me nauun lb r uiuwj. v.wuku
TVfkeU to Findlay by this line are on sale
Zx. the offices of the Lake Bhoread la Toledo
and Cleveland. ;
BAGGAGE CHECKED THBOCCH.
J.C.BUXTBH, BOSH B.8LOANE,
Am i Boot Prest and Gen Sop't
B. M BMOXSOir.Oeral Ttektt Agent.
Rkmxmbxb G. W. Parker's sale
which takes place next Wednesday.
There were five divorces granted
during the recent term of court in
Adjourned. Court adjourned last
Monday, after disposing of a hrge
amount of business.
Pastor Elected. The Lutheran con
gregation of this place have elected
Rev. Geo. Miller to fill the pulpit of
that church. Mr, M, la a young
man who has just entered the ministry-
Tax Mite Society ol the M. E.
Church will meet at the residence of
Mrs. Woodruff, next Wednesday
evening, March Cth, on West end
Crawford Street A cordial invi
tation is extended to all.
Thanks. Hon. Alphonsj Hart hss
our thanks for a copy of bis able ad
convincing argument in the Kemp
Say lor contest -
Hon- H. P. Gage and Messrs Par
ker and Gutzwiller also place us under
obligations for valuable favors.
TheKasical Convention. The con
vention now being held at this place,
under the direction of Prof. J. W.
S off era, has thus far been a decided
access. Over one hundred pupils
have baen secured. The convention
will close with a concert this evening.
Indecent Literature. The Cleve
land council have passed an ordinance
prohibiting the sale ot the Dayt Do
inrs, Sporting Timet, Poiice Newt, 2V
lice GaztUt, and other indecent pub
lications. Wherever there is a copy
of these or similar publications sold,
it is the bounden duty of proper
authorities to make and enforce such
an ordinance. Are any such publi
cations circulated In Findlay ?
THE NEW I. O. F. HALL.
One of the most elegant improve
ments ever male in our county is the
new I. O. 0. F. Hal!, just approaching
' i ? . . i r r.-
I j uu mo cast BiUe ui main
street. The buMing is 25$ feetfront,
running back 100 feet, and is three
stories high, with a fine cut stone
front and metal roof, with an addition
of a well dpfinpd svrmfnt above the
I , . -
I awry, ijb F'"J""" "
I the Btone corners. windoW-Capa and
, nrnnnrtinn. and will
vvtuivv bo iu uuv 2 v w r
.1 a 1 A
mnarA .avor.U.T wun iu noes.
blocks in Cleveland or Toledo. The
third story is divided into a lodge
room, ante, committee ana store
rooms, and is to be occupied by Han
cock Lodge, No. 13 and Golden Role
Encampment, No. 92, I. O. O. F.,
wWch Order is in a very flourishing
condition m Hancock county. There
to a uuo eu-uwajr leauiug up to mm
story, with a very easv ffirrht of stairs
4 feet Wide.
The second story has been leased
for a term ot years to Mr. Fred. Km
naman, to be used as a Fine Art Gal
The first floor is to be elegantly
furnished throughout with black wal
nut and ash trimmings, the front or
namented by French Plate Glass
lights five by ten feet in size.
floor is not yet positively engaged,but
the committee has several applications
under consideration. As it is in an
excellent locality for bosines, and is
by far the finest in tawn, we should
think it would be eargerly sought i
The masonry of the building was
done by Mr. Lewis Bruner, the car
penter work by Mr. Thomas Cliflord,
and the roof was constructed by
Messrs. Jno. Adams & Bro., and to
all these parties great credit is due
for the faithful performance of their
The whole building has been erect
ed under the supervision of a Board
of Trustees, viz : Chas. E. Xiles, Jas
T.Adams, J. 0. Powell, Wm M
Oetwiler and G. C. Barnd. These
gentleman are entitled to much credit
for the manner in which they have
discharged their duties, and for giv
ing our town its finest edifice.
The Great Northwest "A large
interested audience listened to
C. Coffin, last Wednesday evening,
deliver his lecture on the above sub
ject ' His predictions aa to Hie future
that portion of the Am erica a Con
tinent although glowing, are not
extravagant. - As to the annexation
Manitoba, and other South west
era British Provinces, hinted at in
lecture, we are. tree to say that
would ranch prefer expansion in
that direction to annexing Santo Do
mingc, or any othsr tropical Island.
There is no chance for speculation as
the future of the North-west Iu
early development into wealthy and
populous States Is aa certain ai the
coming of the years. The purely de
scriptive character of the subject gave
little opportunity Cor oratorical dis
but, at times, the lecturer broke
from the thread of bis narrative,
gave evidence that he was a mas
Stabbing Affray. Last Saturday
night an affray . occurred on Main
Cross St, in which Joseph Etnenig-
stabbed Kichard Ursig witn a
pocket knife, inflicting three wounds
wo on the hip and one in the
shoulder. The wounds were merely
flesh wounds and not dangerous.
Emenigger was arrested and lodged
jail. Wednesday he had an exam
ination before the Mayor, and was
bound over in the cum of 1200 . The
whiskey recently vended in FindUy
seems to be of a very vicious kind.
Some of these times one of these
whiskey-envenomed rioters will etrike
deep with his pot-rue tI blade, and
hanging scrape or a term in the
Penitentiary will be the result. We
the authorities will give all these
offenders the full penalty of the law.
We notice that there is considera
ble pressure upon our Legislature for
change in our present liquor law.
The change asked for is that no t ne
can successfully sue for damages
ansad.bv the sale of liquor ,until they
have notified the seller hot to seiTiu
victim. The change is not a de
sirable one. Let the present law
which is bringing forth good fruit
alone until it baa been thoroughly
tested. We belive it to be the best
law lor the suppression of that evil
that has ever found its wsy upon our
The Concert Tonight The Con
cert at Columbia Hall to-night will
eminently worthy of the patron
age of our citizens. Prof. Suffren
enjoys an enviable reputation as a
teacher of music, and we are gratifiad
note that his present visit to our
town has been a success financially
well as otherwise. We feel assur
ed from the success of the convention
thus far that those who attend the
Concert to-night will enjoy a rich
ARLINGTON, O., Feb. 19, 1872.
Misses. Editobs : Having boarded
with Sheriff Myers, I can recommend
house, kept by his excellent wife
and estimable daughter, to whom I
am under many obligations. I would
recommend it to quack doctors,
Probate Judges, and silly laymen
T. J. PATTEN.
Northwestern Normal SchooL This
now a fairly established institution,
and presents superior advantages, as
will be seen by reference to the ad
vertisement io another column. The
Springterm begins Marci 19di,andthe
Summer term May 28th. The ScdodI
has an excellent reputation.
Judge Skxby, of Tiffin, in Lis very
eloquent appeal to the jury in the
Binley Jeff, libel suit, used the word
nooM-paper quite frequently. Did he
refer to the paper we publish or our
marriage certificate ? Will the Judge
rise to explain ?
We are opening up a new sub
scription book this week, and if, by
any mistake, any of our subscribers
should fail to receive their paper.
they will please to report by letter or
in person to this office.
State Fair. The State Fair i to be
nela at Mansfield, for the next two
years. We learn that tha fnllnwln
gentlemen of tins place will be assign
ed on committees for the present
yu . ..m. xrauu, Jacob Carr L
uieasner ana tu. u. JJeWolte.
LAKE ERIE & LOUISVILLE RR.
Meeting Tuesday Evening—Statement
by C. G. Brice of Lima—Brief History
of the Road—Present Prospects and
Quite a large meeting of our citi
zens was held at the Court House last
Tuesday evening, in accordance with
notice given but a few hours before.
to take steps toward aiding the com
pletion of the L. E. & L. RR.
The meeting was called to order by
A. Blackford, Esq., who nominated
W. W. McConnell, Ejq., as Chair
man. O. J. DeWolfe was elected
Secretary. Mr. Calvin G. Price, of
Lima, was then introduced, who spoke
st some length of the condition and
prospects ot the road.' Mr. Price
aaid he was comparatively a stranger
to the road, as his connection with it
dated but a few months back. He
would briefly recite the history of
the road as he had it from those who
were previously connected with it
The financial crisis of 1857, together
with a fraudulent sale of the bonds
of the road by its New York agent
had forced the road into insol
vency. The Company afterwards re
organized as the Fremont Lima and
Thorntown Railroad, and there was a
good prospect for its completion.
But the, war and other causes con
spired to interfere. A consolidation
was then effected with the Erie and
Pacific RE., with a line from Fre
mont, Ohio, to Rushviile, Indiana.
The accrued interest on the bonds of
the road now amounted to over $350,
000. making a total debt of about
8975,000, and no capitalist would in
vest his money in an enterprise bo
heavily in debt. Previous to 1871,
some of the original stock holders
bought a majority (three-fifths) in
terest in the bonds of the road, so as
to be able to control. An arrange
ment was then effected bv which the
road was sold to satisfy mortgsge,
paesing into the hands of the holders
of the mortgage. The Fremont and
Sandnsky line was than bought ex
tending the line tA SamlneL-v anil Inn
following Executive Committee was
appointed: Chss. Foster, 11. P.
Buckhnd, L. Q. Rawson and C. S
in January a contract was
made with Perkins, Livingstone &
Post to furnieh iron and equipments
for the-road from Sandusky to Csm-
bridge, of which S700.000 was to be
delivered on May 1st, June 1st, July
1st, August 1st and September 1st
182, on condition that the Company
should eecuro sufficient local aid to
grade, bridge, and tie the line. This
amount the Company now ask the
citizens to subscribe, payable on the
passage ot the first train of cars over
Mr. Brice went on to say that this
line, when built, will fonii with its
connections the shortest line with the
easiest grade, (there being no grade
going to the Lake of more than 25
feet, and none going west of more
than 30 feet to the mile) between
these groat centres :
I. Cleveland. Sandusky and Louis
2. Cleveland, Sacdutsky and In
o. Toledo and Louisville.
4. Toledo and Indianapolis.
It will, in addition, pass through
exceedingly rich and populous
country, giving a profitable local
The couutry along the Dayton k
Michigan RU. gives that road a local
business of $5,G00 of net earning?, or
(2,800 per mile, enough to pay 7
per cent, on 840,000. The Lake Erie
and Louisvillepasses through a bet
ter country and in a more favorable
direction practically East and West
The counties of Lujas (including the
city of Toledo,) Wood, Henry, Put
nam, Allen, Auglaize, Shelby and
Miaul a, eight inall, ol the D. it. M.
R. R , had a total of real and personal
property in 1870, of $126,000,000
according to the United States census
returns, while the counties of Erie
(including t'ae city of Sandusky)
Saaiiuaky, 'Seneca, Hancock, Allen,
Auglaize, Mercer and Darke, eight in
all, hid iu 1870, according to same
reiurn, totaIoS 133,000,000, near
m l ija dollars to the county, tfter
over-balancing Toledo's surplus above
&luv. Mi'Mlc the population ot the
aame eight counties on the Dayton
Michigan R. R. was 199.64J,, and ot
the same eight counties along the L
E. & L. B. W. wai 204.415. We
are justified, therefore, in Saying that
this line passes through a richer and
more populous country than does
that of the D. & M. Yet the.debt ot
the former will be but one-half that
of the D. & M. It, therefore, its
local business will pay the interest on
its debt, the L. E. fc. L. ought to pay
interest and a dividend on stock.
Mr. Brice was followed by Messrs
Diackford, Jone3 and Cory, who
spoke hopefully of the prospects of
When Canton subscribes $400,000
to the B. & O. R. li . and liberally to
two or three other enterprise?, and
Ashland its $100,000, and Norwalk
$100,000, and- little Wilahire, in Van
Wert county, its 05,000, Findlay,
with its 3,500 population, ought to
have no difficulty in raising $50,000
for such a line as is offered us.
Under these circumstances then,
our citizens should take hold of the
matter and secure the completion of
the road ; after getting fo near sue
cess, we must not let it tail. If we
pro to work vigorously, a week will
Couet being in session last Satnr-
day, the Farmers Club adjourned
over two weeks, at which time the
regular session will be held. We are
glad to notice the increasing interest
among our farmers in regard to this
institution. The influence it wields
is already being felt, and we predict
that the coming spring and summer
will add largely to its membership.
It brings the farmers of our county in
close contact, and makes their infla
ence a unit. At the same time
builds dp and increases a feeling ot
friendship and fellowship which
worth mncn to tno people or our
Tiffin Western Excursion. An ad
journed meeting of those who propose
to join this excursion, will be held
next Monday, (March 4th) at the
Court House in Tiffin. Those wishing
information in regard to the proposed
trip, are requested to write to J. T.
Martin, Tiffin, Ohio, stating whether
they go as settlers, or to prospect and
return; also to what particular point
they desire to go
WESTERN CONFERENCE OF WITTENBERG
Conference met in Findlay, Wed
nesday, Feb. 28th, in the First En
glish Lutheran Church. Opening dis
course was preached said evening by
Rev. J. K. Eckrnan, Secretary, in the
absence of the President-
Organized on Thursday morning,
with an unusually small number ot
ministers and lay delegates ; many of
the ministers being detained at home
by special interest on the subject of
religion, and protracted meetings,
Father Detweiler represented the
Findlay Lutheran Church, then with
out a pastor. In the absence of the
President, Rev. J. F. Reimnnd, ot
Tiffin, was appointed President pro
tern. Most of the forenoon was spent
in disposing of unfinished business
from last meeting, considering excu
ses from absentees, hearing reports of
missionary operations, and making
special arrangements for missionary
work at Forest
In the afternoon, Rev. J. K. Eck
man read a very interesting paper on
uThe Encroachments of Romanism in
this country," which was followed by
a very animated discussion, and a re'
quest for publication. In the evening
Rev. M. XV. Hamma, cf Springfield
delivered a discourse.
Friday forenoon was occupied in
discussion ot the following questions
"To what extent should our female
members ot the Church beencouraged
to take an active part in the public
services of God's House ?' "Should
we not attach great importance to
conversational meetings in all our
In the afternoon a ministerial col
loquy was held, in which each minis
ter gave an account of the state and
work of his congregation, since last
meeting of Conference. Some of the
lay delegates participated in the exer
cise. After arranging for discussion of
certain subjects at next Conference,
it was decided to hold next meeting
at y&n Wert ; time to be determined
atnext meeting of Wittenberg Synod
A very interesting Sabbath School
Concert was held in the evening,
largely attended, and characterized
by rcost excellent feinsrinsr Short
addresses were delivered. Bev. A.
M. Geiger, of Van Wert, and Rev. J.
F. Reimund, ot Tiffin, remained over
Sabbath, conducting communion and
other services iu the Lutheran Church,
and supplying the pulpit of the M E
Church in the morning, and that of
the Presbyterian Church in the eve
ning. Conference had a profitable
meeting, rendered very pleasant also
by the entertainmwt furnished by the
families of the Church, for which they
have the hearty thanks of their guests.
Real Estate Tuansfbbs in Han
cock County, Ohio, for the month of
February, 1872 :
John F. Fulton to Adam Felk, 200 acres of
laud in tees. 13 and 14, waaliliiglou iowii
1). Klenuer to A. Italstou, onllot li, iu 8.4
P. Cariln'a Additiou to Findlay tkA.
John Kaucli lo Jerome Ogg, 30 aures ot land in
aeclion 8. Aiuauaa lowu.iup t vu
.Mtiliiugalo Klizalel SSuyder, lulot So. 4,1
iutownol Findlay . gl.liA)
P. Kdwatds. adiu'r, to Armaniuda Kd
wards, lulot No. 7, Cory's addillou to Kast
P. Lee to John Miitamore. 1T0 acre ol laud
John Mu-aiuore to X. P. Lee. 71 acreaof luud
in sec 21. iu Amanda uwnliip t..im.
In nee. 13, 40 acres in sue i.s, ana u acres in
fcw. Amanda and Jai-kaon To 7 ,(.
Valentine li. Falil to Peter Trttece, iu il,
Amanda towntillln ... 8l.
M. lleiuuiger to t'harles Uabntyilt, 4U acres
of land in sec. 2, Alien To. quit claim to.
Charles Dahnhort to Henry ByaL 48 ac-renof
laud In sec. 2. Allen township . 873a.
John Bright to lieiijamln Weius, 40 acres of
land in election iv,jkiji iununj,Mik
-l.i... - 1J"0.
Jolin Bright to William Bright, 80 acres of
land In bec.l. Big uca I p.,iunciaiiu si.
Aaron bhane to Joiiu Lewis, 40 acres ol land
Samuel Myers, fthenli, to V. H. Falil, 40 acres
in sec. s. r-onaire townsuip ...uu.
F. Vance, et ux. to Henry Keely the undi
of land in sec. 17. wueny in siwo.
vided !-iof lnloi Ko. aa, vauoe anu vorys
addition to Fiudlav 4175.
John Ludwigto W. W. Ludwlg, 1JJ acres of
land iu section 8. Washington Tp Ai,uw
Thomas Caliban to John K. Bowman, lulot
No. 80, Arcadia . .?
Wm. Marvin, hr., Johu 1). and ueoree m.
Marvin to Joseph MasungH, tut acres ui muu
iu Findlay township .87,227.
Joseph W. Hill to John Halliwell.so acres ol
John BickleUaupt to Charles H. Dleuch, lulot
laud in sec. jj, aianou iu,iiauii
61, Vance Salomon u rinuiar
James W. rllieldon to ISiuiio Hammond, bo
Vance's addition to Findlay..
oa u Mli.l,lon to Kouire H
..m nt Imul in Jai-ksou township 83.ido.
Randall Hale to J. T. Hale, So acres of iand In
sec. 10, Washington Tl., quit claim fcwu.
George Slump to Phil. K. Calvin, bO acres ol
laud in at-c. 25. Delaware township 82,500.
John Barnd, guardian ol Keeley Heolt. to
John Zarbaugu, 2 acres of laud inAUeu
Poiat Karbauuh to Adam Hocu J acres of
i i . i an,l k Vun Buren Tn 83.000.
Boliert W. Elderto Robert N. Park, 40 aejes of
land msec a, Mauison i !... r- ''
Ezra Kouuton to A. J. Letter, 75 teet off the
east end of lot No. 84, in Findlay... M.n.
f i-orv hVrdina.iri Weiss, illlot 13 In
Vanm. A Cnrv'a addition to Findlay EuO
8. Dickinson to John Btokesbury, Van Bu-
ren tp. s. ols. w. U oi secai, u''P',
s. range 10 .....cvv.
u A li.nun in Martin A. Brown. 11U11 ciuuil,
n. e. M oi n. w. yt anu s. w. ,t
K.Hofn.w..sec.2, tp. 2, n. range li e. SI
inim W .lid Mirv holt to Simon ii!t:rt 1-7
parteactioi n. w. "i onuses,
Via k'u.fia tskurit-dii in . ... il.UUU.
Nttlimiiita iJowdrey, as truHtetj. 10 rrt3ia "u
swaiu . , "...
reuiuut, Lrna Md Union Kilway oiupa-
Lima and Union Katiroau to i.w.
Com pan y jJ.,ooo.
II v to Luke lurM ana ioutsvii.o iianwuy
BIG LICK ITEMS.
Isaac Uarpstcr sold a colt which
will be two years old this Spring, to
to Jackson Stall for $14U, wliicn
weighed in the neighborhood ot 1200
pounds. He is of the Norman stock
II. B. Kurtz is tho owner of a heifer
twenty months old, that gave birth to
pair of twin calve a few days
since, since mat time, anoiuer oi
Mr. K.'s C0W3 ba given birth to
twins. Pretty pro hue mat.
E. P. Copley ehot an eagle one
day last week which measured six
feet ten inches betweeu the tips of
the outstretched wings.
School No. 9, taught by D. J.
Kimmel, will finish the winter term
in about three weeks. Mr. K. has
the good will cf his pupils and pat
rous. and the school has been a de
NOW AND THEN.
Marriage Licenses. List of Mar
riage Licenses issued uy rrobate
Judge Babnd, during the month of
John Plfer and Lucinda Mertz.
John Bartz and Emily BbaockeL
Jacob Irwin and Margaret Mills.
Wm.UemmeU and Martha O. Shoemaker
Mathias Morgan thaU and Elizabeth Eckles
Marion McUulre and Pattie Byal.
Philip Neffand EUzabeth Bormntb.
William F.Suyderand Ellzalieth Morebart
Johu H. Price and Sarah J. Keel.
William 8. Parker and Clara C. Vance.
David Helfrlck and Elizabeth Drudge.
John A. Riter and Amelia Bader.
Dennis 11. Bloane and Susanna ilamllu
John a. Davis and Ana M. Sharp.
George II. Long and Mary J. Bowers.
William 11. Fogleaod Ilattie Morgan.
Jefferson Roller and Letitia Roberta.
Henry Matthews and Sarah A. Moore.
Business Change. Mr. Andrew J
and Joseph Leiter, have purchased
the property formerly occupied by
Ezra Routson, and propose to carry
on the blacksmith business in all its
branches. They are both good me
chanics, and guarantee itistaction to
No FmaJJpoi. The citizens of Find-
lay have reason to congratulate them
selves that, while other railroad towns
have suffered more or less from small
pox, Findlay has been entirely exempt
from its ravages. There bas not been
a case cf smallpox in Findlay in ten
Lady Franklin has bought the
Franklin Houas in Lincolnshire,
where ahe intends to collect the relics
of Sir John Franklin's Dolar cxnlora.
HANCOCK COMMON PLEAS.
State of Ohio vs. I X. Elsea; as
sault and. battery; plead guilty,
Fined 81 and costs.
State of Ohio vs. Wm. Peter man
assault and battery ; plead guilty,
Fined $o and costs..
State of Ohio vs. Peter Roszman
unlawfully selling intoxcating liquors
plead guilty. Fined to and costs.
State of Ohio vs. G. W. Woods
assault and battery; plead guilty,
Fined $o and costs.
State of Ohio vs. G. W. Woods and
Jacob Woods and John Woods ; as
sault and Battery; plead guilty.
Fined 81 and costs.
State of Ohio vs. James Ward
selling liquois to be drank where sold
. . ... i j a- i i -
pieau guilty, r ineu j auu cunta.
State of Ohio vs. George Presnail
selling liquor to a persoa intoxicated
Dlead truiltv. inea 93 ana costs.
State of Ohio vs. Geo. Brooks
keeping a room of pub!b resort for
sellm" liauors : pieaa guilty. Jwnca
$50 and costs.
Maria Carson vs. James J. Uarson:
divorce ; divorce granted and plain
tiff eiven custody ot enndren.
Samuel Martin vs. juary crazier
et aL ; partition ; sale confirmed and
deed ordered, rroceeus aisirioutea,
Wm. Anderson vs C S. C. It K,
Co.: verdict for plaintiff for $o7 25
motion to set aside verdict over
Caroline Steker vs. John Steker
attachment ; sale confirmed and deed
II. Hoytvs. Wm. Moll; appeal
judgment for plaintiff by agreement
for S'J2 21 and costs.
Levi Showalter vs. Isaac huowalter
etal. : narlilion; sale conurmed and
Uames II. Biddlo vs. August L.
Bobo: nartition; sale confirmed and
deed ordered. Proceeds distributed.
Wm. Binlev ve. E G De Wolfe
et at. ; civil action ; judgment lor tue
plaintiff for $.01. Each party to pay
their own coals.
Geo. W. Graham Adm'r vs. Mary
Wilunn et al. sale confirmed ana
Sandusky Wheel company vs. Jas,
Kerr; creditors bill ; sale confirmed,
deed ordered, and proceeds dntribu.
S'.ate of Ohio vs. llalip bnyder;
assault and battery; plead guilty,
Finn. 181 and costs.
State of OhiJ vs. Solomon foor;
Hpllinu- liauors : nlead euiltv. fined
a and costs.
r i .
State of Ohio vs. Cornelius Clark ;
aplMnor liouor : ulead euilty. rlned
r i ' w
Slate ct Ohio vs. Jacob wagner;
assault and battery; plead guilty.
Fined $1 and costs.
J. W. Hudson vs. John Green;
ppeal ; continued by agreement
Michael U. Bare vs. tjurisuan iare
ul. ; partition. Continued under
John D. Liomis vs. John Jacobs ;
civil action. Appraisement set aside,
and new one ordered and cpntinned.
John Fercuson vs. Ctiarlee white-
lock ; appeal : judgment for 8G5 and
interest. Motion to set aside verdict
and a new trial granted.
Y. A. Smith vs. L. E. Green, bale
confirmed and deed ordored.
Wm. Mungen vs. C. Hazlett & Co
Leave to defendant to answer by
March 25th nd plaintiff by April 6th.
Henrv Biown vs. Win. oooni;
verdict for plaintiff for $4 60.
Davis J. rugu vs. Alaria J'ugu ;
divorce ; granted.
Margaret ZirbouU vs. L.evt .r-
baugh; divorce. Granted witn cus
tody of minor children.
Findlav Savines k Building i.oan
Association vs. Wm. G. Alspach et at ;
bond and mortgage. Desrea against
CarlinsJtCo. va. Daniel B. Wagner.
Carlins & Co. vs. Wm. Tanner.
The Luca famly was a decided success
Fremont... The Fremont Car com
pany has received its charter, and
opened its books The Peak fami
of Bell-ringers are to be in Fre
mont about the O.h inst. Miss J
DeForeitlectures in Fremont this
(Friday) evening Mr. Samuel
Funk of Lindsay township, has receiv
letters patent for a new improve
ment la beehives, which the Journal
lescibes ns follows : The hive is
divided into sccliots or irmes in
which the toney is built, thereby pre
servinir the comb from being broken
when the htve is taken apart, vv uen
the bees are about to swarm, the hive
divided into two eqeal and Sf pirate
parts. To each full halt is added
an empty half, thus making two com
plete Lives and preventing the swarm
ing bees from leaving. The surplus
honev is deposited in a box on the
top of the hive. This box can be re
moved at any time without detriment
in any way. Toe Uive is simple ana
cheap, and will doubtless become
favorite with bee keepers.
Tiffin wants the shops of the Ohio
division of the B & O. RR. to be
located at that place. And she ought
to have them The B. i O. road
propoee to pass through Tiflla,it that
city will give them right of way aud
depot grounds. Dog cheap. ...The
Western Excursion party had a meet
ing at Tiffin last week, at which some
fifty persons reported who propose to
remain with freight enough to fill sev
en or eizut cars. Tuere will be an
other meeting March 4th.
THAT LIBEL SUIT
We are disappointed in not receiv
ing the manuscript of Judge Pillars
charge to the Jury io this case.which
we had intended to lay before car
readers this week.. We bad also
intended to speak of the merits of the
case, but have concluded that it had
no merits, as our readers have seen
by examining the evidence published.
It was "conceived in sin and brought
forth in iniqui'.y.'' Thechairmanot the
County Democratic Central Commi'
tee.aided by the Courier, tried hard
to lntuse a utile Hie into tue puny
bantling, and make political capital
out of it. But it wouldn't do. Like
the little bov's little brother, "it died
126,833. G. S. k laugher, at Lyle'a
Gallery, is establishing an agency .for
the sale of the "Singer Sewing Ma
chine." The above figures show the
number of "Singers'1 sold in 1870
fifty per cent, more than was sold by
any other company. Their manufac
turing machine has long taken the
lead in the market, and their "New
Family' appear, to be destined to
b-como fully as popular. It seems
strange thai the company have never
introduced their machine more exten
sively in this county, as we feel cer
tain we have a people who will ap
preciate its merits.
J. T. Adams & Co., are preparing
flax for spring sewing, well cleaned,
aud in much better order than ever,
which they will loan to firm era on the
Local Business Notices.
Has the finest stock of Spring Styles
of Cassimeres, and more of them than
has ever before been brought to this
market at one time. marl-3t.
Go and seethe Spring Style of Silk
Hats at Ebling'B, Melodian Hall
Clothing House. n41-4L
a 11 l.-1If.-,J..-oi.
AUUW" w"a OMHf
And ail tne people merely playera,
ana we waS a large pon,K,u
of the players thereon, must be using
that justly popular preparation for
the immense demand there is for that
article, tne moat aeiigutiui, conven-
lent and eulcacious beautiiier and pre -
server of the teeth the world ever
Spalding's Glue, useful in every house
A Large Supply
Davie & Green's,
If there are any new styles out,
Ebling is sure to be first in the Mar -
ket with them. Take a look at the
Spring Style of Silk Hate just receiv-
ed by Express to-day. n41-2t.
ai n u uid time v gen jour ibs
ymi tUCMAV Uf,, BUU flULIlilU 19 LUC
man to give you fits. marl-2t
Four or five energetic men to can
vass in this city and county, for the
New Family Singer Sewing Mi
Liberal terms will be offered to I
men who can give good references
D. S. Flargeb, Agent,
feb23 4t Lyle'a Gallery.
If you w.
anything in the line
Hats, Caps, Trunks,
Va'.taea and Gent's Furnishing Goods
generally, sro to Ebline's. and be
sure to get one of those fine Spring
Stvlna nf Silk Data. Alwava on tn I
j " - - J o I
timing s, oieiodian liau uiotning
Payne's Patent Filler.
j.uis inieu. 19 uu uuiuuiuu si iur I
.... s t.:v:.: . 1
uiulC) wucis ih ui ay uo iccu uj luvto
m 1.- v i
to tue tubing oi tue pump, is not
liable to get out of order, and thor
ougniy nuriues tne water. 1 1 is war-
ranted to do all claimed for it, and
costs comparatively little. Mr. J. T.
Gates is agent for this county.
Orders may be left at the Hare-
ware Store of Morrison St Vanden-
DON'T fool awaV VOUr time, but .TO
nnn.in.Li if , , it ii rti .-
EBLISG'S Melodeon Hall Cloth-
, .. . . . , ,
ing Home and see tbeir fine Stock of
Spring Cloths, Cassimeres, Fancy
Coatings, Meltons, etc., .and then
order a Spring Suit m'arl-2..
If Washington was first in War,
first in Peace, and first in the hearts
f his countrymen, Ebling is first
Market with Spring Style of Silk
Call with me, if you wish to buy a
Piano, Organ or Melodeon, or any
other musical instrument, as I can sell
you a better article cheaper and on
better terms than any traveling ped
dler. Call and be convinced before
going elsewhere. Feed. Silbach.
Change of Time.
During the year 18.2, Dr. Keller,
Dentist, of Ada, will operate in Carey
the first four days of each month
A Hugs lot of nice trunks just in
at EBLING'S, Melodeon Hall.
marl-2-, Clotuino Hccsk.
Made and sold very cheap on
Sandusky street, opposite
Tns best Sewing Machines in use
are those ax .ays, over ii-eiu-g
auk Call and see them.
rm . re.! ,
Call and Settle.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the undersigned are request
ed to call and settle their accounts
before the first day of March, 1872.
Davis Bros. & Co.
The Photographs taken at Zay's
Gallery are true to life, and aa clear
and distinct as the finest steel engrav
ings. Call and examine specimens
' If you want to purchase or trade
for property, such as described in C.
G. Barnd's Land and Loan Column,
call, and he, or the owner of the
property, will take yon to see the
same free of charge.
Tna Domestic Sewing Machine is
the best made, and decidedly the
cheapest. Call and see them at
Fahrney's Famous Remedy.
Dr. Fahrney's Blood Cleanser or
Panacea is becoming a very popular
family medicine. . Nothing better to
cleanse the blood. Try it. See ad
vertisement in another column.
Is the best Sewing Machine In the
market Examine it at
Fob "Morning Star' Stove, and ex
tra plates for same, call at Thornton
F. Morrison's, opposite the-courtr
house, Main Street. In fact, anything
you may want in the stove and tin
ware line, may be had at his estab
Uhment as cheap as the cheapest. He
With iU gloomy attendants, low
spirits, depression, involuntary emis
sions, loss of semen, spermatorrhoea,
loaB of power, dizzy bead, loss oi mem
ory, aud threatened impotence and
imbecility, find a sovereign cure in
HCXPBBETS' HOMIOPATBTC SPICTFIC
No. Twutt-Eight. Composed of
the most valuable mild and potent
curatives, they strike at once at the
root of the matter, tone up tne sys
tem, arrest the discharges, and nn
part vigor and energy, lite and vitali
tv to the entire man. They have cur
ed thousands of cases. Price, $5 per
package of five boxes and a large 12
vial, wmcn is very important, in ousu
nate or old cases, or $1 per single box.
Sold by all Druggists, and sent by
mail on receipt ot price. Address,
Humphreys' Specific Homeopathic
iiicin Co.. 5B2. Broad WAV. New
"How to go "West."
Forty years ago, Illinois was as far
West as most people wished to go
and journeys were made in the legen
dary "Prairies Schooner,',but in these
days of Progcss and Improvement,
the word West has come to mean
Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado,
California and the Territories, and
the Traveler reaches almost any point
therein by a splendid Lino of Rail
This T ina of Railroad is the Bur
u oute, which starts from Ch
lh Ch-icse0 Burlin2ton &
Qaincy r from Indianapolis over
the indiaDapolis, Bloomington and
Wc8tern Short Line, and from Lo
ganBport, over the Toledo, Peoria &
WarawR.R ..and running throng
Burling ton, reaches Omaha, Lin
Loin. Nebraska Citv. St. Joseuh
Atchison, Leavenworth and Kansas
City, connecting with the Union Pa
ciflc, Kansas 1'uciuc and otner Kail
roads running from those cities.
Always go "By way of Isurlington"
and you will be sure to be right.
The Burlington Route has admira
bly answered the question, "How to
go West ?' by the publication of
truthful and interesting document
filled with facts in regard to Time,
Connections, Accommodations, rates
of Fare, and other interesting items.
and illustrated by a large map, truth
fully showing the whole West, which
they distribute free of charge. Cop-
ies, and additional information, can
be obtained by addressing, General
Passenger Agent, B. it M. R.R., Bur
lintftn Taws rn S.I tf
Local Business Notices. FINDLAY MARKETS.
Thursday, Feb. 29, 1872.
Eoos. Lower 20 eta. to-day.
GKAIX. Wheat 81.30 Oats 30.
Bitttbk Dull at 18 cts for choice.
Z 1 2031 75
Bacos. tthoulder, 6c;
Fixio a Wheat.
1 35(3 1 to
a u I 'iiiuitrw .
u,,.u irv 17
); i ,
Timothy Hssn. 250(.5
Dkbshbo Uoua a oo
Live Stock Markets.
BUFFALO, Feb. 28.
1.753. maklnc the supply
lnse Friday 345 cars, against -82 cars last week
market is active, and price are 'c less
than last week for common aud 'o less for
good. Hales 151 Canada steers of 7H6 tol-tilM
ii i.i b Li Canada oxen of 15.8 8m al 85 so
i,.cLi.ra or lulj to 1118 8m at 8 aim 5 50:
- us Illinois steers of HXSto 154 Itaatto 5
. i. . , .. -. ni ,tb HJ1...U.
7a. and 86 averaging 13-7 8-1 al private
"rms;78 0hlosteeisof ll7toWtat85 25i
US: 81 Missouri steers of 1265 Ba al 85 ai.'o;
Teias steers of looon atw 75.
u ksc iveon 1 . ., - -"i'i-
L-ri.l-v lA:li asalnst lllrtilast week
market is Arm and steady at aa advance
Uiiu western over last week; l anada and
other stock dull, being out of season aud V
Uisn last week. Males 470 Ohio sheep ol
tm al 84 Boc 64Uof Bi 6 at private teruui; SS)
Michigan sheep of 83 to 83 Ite at S7 H ao;
Cauada sheep and lambs al 87 lo 1-7 Its at
nHooB-BeeetpU 2138, making the supply
since Friday li.-ll against 11.864 last week.
market is quiet ami Ituyersaud selleisare
apart. Bales auu ai n au, "s"
medium heavy 84 66; extra at la Uu. -
NEW YORK, Feb. 28.
offerings yesterday and to
we're -Wears, or 3W6 head, making 8608 for
weea, agains. no - " .- -elude
80 prtuie Illinois steers 8 cwt average.
1-VS 107 goou our, ,r,7: JS h ,
ooo-i cwi iu-'4(ii-., v
(id do. ev. cwu at l6V4o; Uo do, 7 cwt, at 10
(allv.; 14 extra Ohio steers, 8'4 cwt. atlS'.and
T-xans. 7 cwt. at loe per pound to dress as
pounds to gross cwu
bheeh Receiptato-day-Oears or 8442 head,
niakius lor the week against 2,WJ lias
Vmr .nil HIDinMl IN UUOtM at "
Among the sales toil ay were .01 Illinois
sueep, s- MaeiB-,n ' t" -7 ; .
wool. Ill Be average, at 7,c-, 5-7 Ohio, ut a
average, at Sc: 7l5 do, 88 IM average at 8V;
Mlcnigan, III average. i . i--.
'... n:lsiav.rsi?eat -c
u--i'n-h arrivals tioSI maklnc 27,N"i0 for
week; none fifTered alive. Iiressed lirm
inactive at 5' iud"c tor western aud 6',tj.
EAST LIBERTY, Feb. 28.
rmt s-Miriet dull tor cood. arrivals
heavy. Best W,ff,;c; stockers nrm at 4ftsac.
r."u.r.-... ...l. hwv and
prospecu slow. Best TXu--, uieuiuiu .-.c.
common Ba-C ... m n.
Hous Market dull: arrivals fair. PliUa
delnbla 85 10Vi & 30. Yorkers 81 55t w-
SHEKl siaiae. uuh, - ' . . .
u , TTti.WH-m ike Bv D. B. Beardsley,
Kwi., February 27, 1H7-. Mr. Henry iiaunew.
id MisasaraU A. Jioore, au ot tu-
vrMTH.R MORGAN By Rev. J. O. Rhl,
Mr. William 11. Fogleauu fliiss name a-o.-
SHEETS On the 21st ot
resioence oi uu - --.
. . .. , .. .... .. A n.ui 1 1 a. jaeoD
Sheets, aged 74 years, -snionlhs aud i day i
DIED. New Advertisements.
Seneca County, O.
Spring: Term opens Tuesday
Morning, March 19th.
Summer Term, May 28th.
aWlK REPUTATION OF THE BCAOOLIN
TloroEiiliiiGss ani rmiressiTBiiEss
Is established. Its patronage is spreading far
and wide, and thia because it gives eutire
satis taction to It patrons.
Expenses Very Low.
SEND FOB CATALOGUE.
J. FRAISE RICHARD,
marcbl It. Principal.
U. U1. Tit ol in son,
General Collecting Agent
OFFICE With Bhafer Bros, Wheeler's Block
Trrn.L attend to all business entrusted to
W his care, and make promntreturna. Ke
' K--r.ni-nio to W. 11. A J. J. W heeler
Whlteley A Blacnord, J. 8. Patterson, Bhafer
Bro- H. Brown. 1). U. Fisher and many ot h-
am. ' lno44-tf.l
A. & J. Parker & Co
Highest Cash Price
WHITE & BM OIK STAVES:
And all kinds of
Hard Wood Liimber.
Hancock Flouring Mill
L. E. & L. R. R. DEPOT.
IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
J have beeu duly apiointed and qualified
as ad mlnlstratorot tne estate 01 1.. i UAm. n
LEASS. deceased, late of Jackson Township,
Hancock teUUiy, WniO, Wiiu win auuexeu.
Would call the attention of
AXLES, CUTLERY AND BELTING,
WOOD WORK FOR WAGONS AND BUGGIES,
And aU goods usually kept in their line.
NISHWITZS PULVERIZING HARROW.
Moline Walking Cultivator,
The best implement of
joiffi diBiiD moiver m im-mi
The only Successful Self Rake in usu. We also sell the
QUAKER SULKY PLOW ATTACHMENT
And Plows ot different manufactures,
a call before making your purchases,
the public to their large
They are also Agents for the celebrated
its kind manufactured,
Clipper Mower and Reaper,
second to noue in the market.
We Will give you Satisfaction at 1
Feb. 1C, 18T2, tt.
T-i i . - . . i
LIFE ASSDRMCE SOCIETY,
120 lroadu :iy, . V.
Casl Assets - - $18,000,000.00
Casl In - $ 8,000,000.00
pon all the best plans and honest safe rat
public are -ked to carefully exaiuiue
SAVINGS FUND ASSURANCE
we beltevt) It th mrwt profitable Life A-
Huruuce written sptjiul!y fur iuvu ol long
ivii lor uocuiueuis ou
JAS. A. BOPE, Ag't,
General District A,ent forOhio(except Tuya-
rouuty.i jan-8-3m. j
NEW DISH STORE
87 Main St., Findlay, O.
i LARUE and well selected Block ol
KNIVES & FORKS,
On hand, which will be sold nt bottom Prices.
lebiii, - rt-i tit lvL-z.
rpHOSE INTERESTED WILL take notioe
X that In addition to a general business oi
I am making arrangements to add WaGON
MAKING and KEPAIKING at my shop in
Particular attention paid to SHOEING, and
all work warranud lo Blveaatisiuction.
reus . xi. Aiiaji & .
MR. JACOB HEFFLRBOWER, of Find
lay, holds a note against me calling for
j is), due September next, as payment lor a
McLean t Hooper sewing Machine, which I
n-nisM lo Da v. not having had value received
therefor, aud 1 warn all persons against ne-
goliating for thesame. ,.-,!-,
feb-.. JACOB (.RUBB.
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LARUE STOCK OF FRESH ATD PVRS
SUGARS, COFFEE. TEA.
(feblrj) PETEB KXSZ'a.
darter Oai life toraicg Co.
Or HlRTFO-tSV COTT.
Issoes poUdes of Uie Ia-oraace oa sH fteeirdm-iy
plsns si lover rates thsa other mntosl eompsnl
snd pars sanaal drride-uls faniening yesrty. T&a
lately Introduced by this company. Is sopsrk to
any short term Eadowinent or Tontutm plan, as it
fixes a large sorrsnder Tslae for the policy st the end
say cf its current year-.
Principal Cities and Towns.
FiiifllajStaTB ani Hanils Company.
THE undersi rned have formed a co-partnership
for the manufacture and sale of
Staves. Heading; and Handles, under tho
name ot Moore. Wise A to- and to ho known
the-Ktnalay Stave and dandleCompany."
Partnership s.im-1. and to continue ouul dis
solved by mutual consent. Business to be
carried on at Findlay Ohio.
V. FISH ER. H. F. -WINTIERS.
JOHN M. HAMIt?r, SAMUEL C.MooR-E.
BC9rxtr JU-Ui K. wise
"VTOTICE IS EEREBT GIVE- THAT A
netition will be Drasenud to the Com.
unwioners or rtancoca county, state oi unio.
ineir nexs session, tone ueiu uie urs sun-
of March, A. I. 1S72, praying ftr the
establishment ot a county road along the fol
lowing route, tn saiu county, to wit: rsee.in
nlns atapinton the road leading north from
state aniresaid, the said road
crosses section line between sections ioor(4
nine 0i In said towuabip, theuce east ou
section line between sections lour 14) and
i.i, three t3 aud ten (lo, two (2) anil
eleven (11), and one 1) and (12, in said town
ship, to the township Line between Blanchanl
Liberty townships, in county and state
aforesaid, thence east on the section line be
tween section six 8 and seven (7) ot Liberty
township, until it intersects the road running
from the Findlay and Lwdanoe state
(at A. C Women's) to McC'omb, and
terminate. LEWIS DUKES, bb.,
2 4vv Frlncipal Felltion-r.
XTOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
petition wlU be presented to the torn.
uilasioners of Hancock Count,, Ohio, at their
session to be held on the first Monday of
A. 1). 1C-, praying for the establish
of a County Koad alonat the foUowlua
described route In said county, to wit : Be
ginning on the Findlay and Marlon Slate
one-fourth (-.) of a mlie west of the
inty line between Hancock and Wyandot
counties, on the lands of Job Phillips, In sec-
and! running thence south, oue-fourth
mile west of said county line between
nancocKanu wyanuot counties, ana parallel
therewith, through sections thirty (3o) and
(31) In said township, to the county
between Hancock and linrdln counties.
there terminate. E. A B. WELLS.
1, lBTi Principal Petitioners.
Jon M. HAXiait, their att'y. feb8-4t
A.&J. Parker & Co.
Doors, Sash, Blinds
of the BEST QUA1-ITY, and at
Office on West Lincoln Street.
Findlay, O. Feb. 23, 1S7I-S moa.
Estate aM Personal Property.
WILL OFFER FOR SALE AT PUBLIC
Auction, on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8th,
my premises, Kast-eod of Sandusky St,
inrindlay, the following, vis: A lot and a
on which my shop is situated, which is
suited for manufacturing purposes, a
tailing Veil sumcient to run an engine
year round. Will be sold on the follow
ing terms: One-third down, the balance in
equal payments, secured by mortgage on
premises, with interest from date. Also,
following personal property: Turning
and Toole, one Horse power. Circular
Jig and Scroll Saw, Mortising Machine.
Work Bench and Tools,
of Single Harness, Chair Stuff. Bed
steads. Lounges, Chairs. Building Timber.
other articles too tedious to mention.
TERMS OF SALE On all sums under 85,
in band, on sums of 85 and over, a
of six months wiU be given, by giving
ana approveu secnniy. m i,r- iu cams
MKNCE AT NINE O'CLOCK.
F.Josxa, Q PARKER
CLUE FROM STORE.
AM now receiving a complete stock of
Custom-Made Boots & Shoes.
"lothing, Hats & Caps,
WOOLEN SHIRTS, GLOVES, MITTENS.
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
of which I am determined shall be sold
CHEAP FOB CASH.
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS. SHAWLS AND
LINENS, at greatly reduced prices to
room tor new ioca oi Boots ana nnoes.
nols-ly J. SCHWAB.
IT IS A FACT
JNO ADAMS & ro .
EAT the WORLD in the Price andVQualty
CALL AUD SXAMIHX THX
Improved Native Drum Cook
Flat Top North Star Cook
Cook, Parlor and Box
ALL KIIDS OF .
in, Copper & Sheet Iron
Work, Done to Order.
rUEY ARB ALSO AGKSTS FOR
Iron Well and Cistern Pumps.
Aiinner jses, Loines JLane
Wire, Etc, Etc, Etc
ALSO, AGISTS FOR THX
Which la an indispensable article la every
Call and see us, for we MEAN BCaiNXaa,
LARGE STOCK of Latest Style or Fin
Gold Jewelry; also, Black Jewelry and
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