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THE JEFFER&ONIAN : FINDLAY HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FKIDAY MORNING, APRIL 12. 1872. '
FEIDAY MORNING. APE. 12. 1871
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23 MILES THE SHORTEST
EXPRESS TRAINS leave
l -11 id i.nrv uiiiulav k'HR BI.
LOUIS AND TUfc WEST.
i1 itu onxtlhste
-tunning FUTJ-S-AN'8 celebrated Drawing
Koom bleeping Cam frou
Pittsburg, Columbus, LoulsclUr, Cincin
nati and Indiana pout, to
CiftT WITHOUT CHANGE
r?enjers should remember that this is th
CREAT WEST BOUND ROUTE
it KANSA3 CITY. LEAVEN
WORTH, LAWRENCE, TO
- FEKA, JUNCTION CITY,
FORT SCOTT. d
EMM AM FAIMES,
tfho are seeking liomos In the rich valleys
and on the fertile prairies ot Missouri,
Kansas, Nebraska and Coloado,
TAKK NUTK'K this is Uie
THE MOST DIRjeT ROUTE.
This line has facilities for
families to the
Not Possessad by any Other Line.
Save Time and Money.
v-i ar rTC Mn tie obtained at all tne nrin
clpnl Ticket unices in the Eastern, Middle
aul Southern States. .
Genersl Passenger Agent, SU Louis.
Jlern Pass. Agt. Indianapolis.
JOHN E. SIMPSON,
teb 3 Gen. Buperintendl- Indianapolis.
P. Ft. W. & C. Railway.
O., .r . ...... ' - ---
leave Stations dally, (Sundays excepted,)
. &r . -t. . --r-C-r HI..., .Mh itfTl Tralv.a will
TRAIM OOI-M- WEST.
6 . S3 a m
6.15 p in
7.47 p ni
bJju p m
10.10 p iu
11.40 a m
4.17pm 2-25 pm
7.2 ptn J0pm
3.05 a ni
6.10 a m
TBAXRS GOUTO BBT.
4JSU A m
6.05 a m
A! 6.00 p
8.05 a m
1 15 pm
Mansfl'ld ! 12.06 p m
Orrvile 2.25 pm
i .zp p iii
' Alliance-I 4-40 p m
Knctiest'rl 7.1. p m
Pittsburg 8-35 pm
F. B. MYERS.
General Passenger and Ticket Agt.
and Louisville Railroad
To take effect Monday, Nov, 13, 1871.
. . r'uon F-KD-.A-. .
No. 1 No. S Ac.
STATIONS. Fassenger. and Mall.
Le.v.r..u.-.- . Wo am P
. " " No A . N-1 9 Ac
STALO-4S. Pawenger. -mad Mail
I ... SLSnm 9.1oa m
Arrive Kind 1st-
-.n.4in u mala at Mouroeville
or Mansfleld,Columbns,Ae. Leaving Klndlay
ata.40a m, arrive at Cleveland at luii a m,
and Toledo at 10.00 am.
Leave Cleveland at2J0 p m and Toledo at
45 pm, arriving at Klndlay same evening.
Leav lug Cleveland at UMo a m, and Toledo at
m rrr ' w. Vimlla V al. lljto a in.
Leave Pludlay at l-W p m, arrive al Cleve
land at 9.40 and Toledo at 7.35 same evening.
-PanegtrbythiroadwiU reach Findlay
earlier thmbg my other route.
Bar Tickets via Fremont, In Cleveland and
t ledo. at the ticket offices of the Ike Snore
Cincinnati Sandusky and Cleveland
On and after Monday, Nov. 12,1871, trains will
run as ni lows i&anuv except uj
fmdlcrv Aee. Pan
Leave flnff'T 5 20 am Jl 4a am
(rey-L 6 20 am-12 40 pm
Wave Carey -6 25 am-12 45 pm
" Ti m n - 7 12 aml 2d pm
Ar've Clyde 845amjeipm
I rave Clyde.
00 am2 5 pm
io 40 pm o pm
The6-20am train connects at Carey with
mail going south,reacbing Forest at 10.51 a m ;
Kenton at ll-2t p m ; Bellefontaloe at 12J0 a
, Urban at !.: pm; Springfield at 2.22
p m;Osborn at s.w p m ; uaytun at a-u p m ;
ClncinnaU at 6.00 p m.
Mail. "a Ac
Lenre Buflalo .900 pm .6 05 am
Cleveland 5 36 am
Sandusky 800 am
1 o.euo .. . au sin iv am
.2 30 pm
. 4 50iin
TTTty Clyde 8 4oam
. ft 45 pm
. 00 pin
. 4 47 pm
. 7 30 pm
. 7 35 pm
i inin .
-10 20 am-
10 25 am-
ireKindlav 11 20 am . 8 30 pm
TUROUOH 1ICKKTS I in in rmuiiy u ail
Important points reached by this line can be
procured at the station In Findlay Through
fricir-ta to Findiav by this line are on sale
at the offices of the Lake Shoreuid in Toledo
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROD CIL
1 c v.rrm. B CSH R. STyOAN E.
A't Snnt Pres't and Gen Supt
II. M KOASO-X.leerai itesa Afisi.
Dwelling-house for rent.
J. S. PATTERSON.
D. B. BKARDSLxr.the newly elect
ed Mayor, was sworn in last Monday
evening. The new Council meet this
evening to organize.
S. D. Feet's Drag Store is Dead
Quarters. for Wall Paper and Window
Shades. Don't fail to examine his
stock and prices before purchasing.
Congregational Church, Next Sun
day. Sermons by the Pastor, morn
insr and eveninsr. Subjects : 'Whole
some Foood for Thought Essential to
the Health of the Sonl" Phil, iv, 8 :
and "The Silence ot Christ beiore
Herod' Lute xxiii, 0.
Persons building, who are desir
ous of saving from ten to twenty five
per cent, in painting, should buy Eck
stein. Hill & Co'n. celebrated brand,
Pure White Lead, a S. D. Frft's.
Don't Forget The First National
Bank has leased Wheeler s block, and
are fitting it up in style. Tbey pro
pose to make it one of the neatest
fur-ithed banking rooms in Northern
Ohio. They will be installed in their
new quarters by the 20th of May.
The Ada Record. This la the tide
of a neat little paper recentlj rtarted
in our neighboring town of Ada, the
nitial copy of which U before us.
Bent I Thompson is editor and pro-
Drietor. K is seven-column sheet,
tastilT eotUn np, and thefbusiness of
Ada is well represented in its columns.
We wish our new neighbor
Tbchks cheaper than ever before,
at T. H. Honpt's Hat store.
THE FIRE WEDNESDAY!
Fine Opening for a Big Conflagration
Hard Work on All Hands.
STEAMER SAVES THE DAY
Oa last Wednesday, about noon,
an alarm of fire was sounded, and a
coWn ot twoue was seen ascend
intr f.-oai near the locality of the Lake
mt :--.iilTr r Ti.
.nfl pn" ijiiiwii-p v
day was exceeding blustery, the wind
blowirg st times, a perfect gale, and
every one at once realized the danger
which threatened. The fire depart
ment promptly responded to the call,
and hundreds of citizens hastened to
meet the Eery demon. The fire was
discovered to proceed from the
engine honee of the L. E. k L. RR
and was, of itself, a rather inconsid
erable affai r. A few moments' work
by tho Dreadnoughts, with their
Hooks, acd a few equirts of water
reduced the house to a mass of r ncol-
dering ruins. This had scarcely been
accomplished, when another alarm
wan given, anu slice's or name were
seen bursting from a stable belon
to Mr. John RcFzmcn, about a square
and a half distance from the Engine
house A rush wsb msdo in that
direction, and during the time neces
sary to get the engines on the ground
the "IIcok8,'-assisted by an extem
porized bucket tngJe, fought tne
Bra nobly and turceedfd in keeping
it from spreading cnlil a stream was
turned on f rem tho steamer. A two-
year old colt belonging to Mr. Am-
broee Failirg wss burrtd in this
Owing to the high wind and the
exposed portion of t!ie town in which
the fire occurred there was intense
excitement, and it was net without
good foundation. It was only by
the utmost cxe-tions of the firemen
aid cit'zens ihal a cor.siilerable por
t:on of our town wss raved fr m de
Eck!tein, Hill fc Co's. brand Pure
White Lea has stood tho test of
time, and for durability and beauty ot
finish is unequalled in the market. B,
D. Frey,sole agent for Hancock county-
Hon. John Sietz is at homo on the
Parties from Dajton contemplate
the erection of a new planing mill in
The western excursionist-, number
ing about sixty, left Tiffin on Tuesday
of last week.
A ton ot John lleinhart, of Big
Spring township, was killed in the
woods by a falling tree a couple of
- The Star notes that during the past
month a Seneca youth of sixteen sum
mers received license to marry a lady
of twenty-seven winters.
The Tiffin Couccilnow stands six
Democrats to four Republicans. The
Democrats elected their city ticket,
and five out of six conncihnen at the
A ycung man fro.u McColchenville
sold a horse in Tiffin a few daj s since
for $110, and received in payment a
$500 bill by mutake.' He took it to
the bank and ascertained that it v as
good and then started for home. He
was followed and compelled to disgorge.
Upper Sandusky is agitated over
the Toledo fc Columbus railroad.
The new Presbyterian church at
Upper Sandusky is completed, and
was dedicated last Sunday.
Hon. John Kisor, Representative
from Wyandot county, was stricken
with paralysis, at Columbus a few
days f ince, and U lying dangerously
The residence cf Mrs. Kilmer, on
Wyandot Avenue, was completely
destroyed by fire, on Sunday night
cf last week. Several other buildings
were damaged. Mrs. Kilmer's loss
is about tPSOO, with no insinance
The origin of the fire is unknown
They are quarreling in Lima a1 tout
The Republicans carried Lima and
Ottawa township at the recent elec
tion, electing their entire ticket, with
two exceptions. Tho other town
ships in the county went Democratic
No adulterated Lead sold by S.
D. Frey. He keeps only one quality,
Eckstein, Hill & Co's. Phoenix brand
Pure White Lead that has stood a
rigid analysis, made by many of its
competitors, and has always taken the
premium wherever tested with Leads
of other manufacturers.
What we Read. Here is an exhibit
of the leading papers delivered
through the PostofHce at this place :
FlXII.AY rrrgBnvTiv GTTi.
Hancock Courier :i3it
Cinclnnnati (iazette Iul
Western Christian Advocate 5K.
Westbote ifv.iiimhii. ) ci.
uieiscn frees -i-imnj
In addition to this, it will be re
membered that a considerable amount
of literature is distributed through the
news depot, do account ot which ap
pears in the above list. Also, some
thirty "Jffs.' are delivered to sub
scribcrs directly from the Jxff. office,
thus swelling the number of our pa
per delivered within the limits of the
Findlay PostofDcc to fully 700.
We emVace the present opportu
nity to thank our subscribers for the
abiding interest they continue to take
in tho " Jeff.
Ladies from the country are res
pectfully invited to call and sco the
Feather Renovator In operation, op
posite Jxff. Office-
School Director Election. The elec
tion for School Director in the Union
School District last Monday, was made
the occasion of a rather animated con
test, and resulted in an unusually hea
vy vote. Jacob F. Burket, the pres
ent incumbent, received 2G2 voles and
his opponent, Ezra Brown, 79. Bur
kct's maiontv, 1 33. J he issue was
purely a local one, "nary a ilitic'' en
Bbney Orders Issued. There was
139 money orders issued at the Find
lay Postoffice during the month of
March, amounting to 31,180,09, and
the fee amounted to $11 40.
85000, by not buying your Wall
Paper at S. D. Ftey'g, who na9 U)e
largest stock, and the moot elegant
styles in town.
I Transfers of Real Estate in Hancock
I .r-..i ... . .. .
county ior me wee ending Apnl GUI,
1872, as filed in the Recorder's office
N. B. Peterman to Moses Ekea, Jr., 40
acres oi iana in Jackson twp, 1800
S. M. Miller to K. C. Bennett, CO acres
iu acKHon twp, J5U00O.
John Altman to Henry Wingate, 40
aurta m juanon iwp, 1050
M. Miller to A. S. Halev. CO acres
iu season iwp, 93000
W. W. Siddall to Eliz. Neibling, 40
acres in Pleasant twp, quit claim.
Jona. Onrand to Moses Elsea, Jr., 100
acres in Jackson twp, 84800
Richard Courtright to Jane Wolf,et aL
80 acres in Marion twp, quit claim.
Jesse Courtright to the same, 80 acres
in Marion twp, quit claim.
Jacob Courtright to the same, 80 acres
in Marion twp, quit claim.
George Cawthorn to the same SO acres
in Marion twp. emit claim.
Peter Wilch and Charles Shine, et al
to reter Traught, 80 acres in Mad
iaon twr. 14000.
Lewis Cross to Win. Shuck, 5 acres in
Amanda twp, 1200
James Irvin to Jesse Owen, inlots in
the village of Van buren, 500
George Flenner to A: P. Sager, inlots
54 and 65 in ance's Add. to tne
tewn ot Findlay, $500
W. B. Miller to S. M. Miller, 80 acres
in Findlay twp, 3200
L. S. Lafferty to Phillip Traucht, Jr.,
40 acres in Madison twp, $3200
Adam Banmunk to Peter Neff, 20 acres
m Easrlo twp, 800
John Baker to John St. John, 80 acres
in Pleasant twp, 92200
Joanna Leass to George Willison,
acre of land in Madison twp, $350
Joseph Alge to Adam Baumunk, 120
acres in Eajrle twp, $4800
John Eyrie to Joseph Alge, inlot 105
in Vance s Add. to findlay, f 1375.
X. Clymer to William Perkins, 30
acres in Blanchard twp. $1200
H. M. Vance to W. J. Dunham, inlot
91 and 92, Vance's Add. to the
town of Findlay, $450
W. H. Anderson to M. D. Souis, in
lots 15 and 10 in Byal's Add. to
M. Hull to John Thompson, 80 acres
in Y ashington twp, $200
Henry Brown to Peter Sender, SO
acres in Jackson twp, $1900
Alfred Miller to German Miller, 80
acres in Orange twp, $434.G0
David Thrush to John Foster, 1 acres
in Deleware twp, $200
Samuel Kemble to Samuel Hoyt, 150
acres in Biglick twp, $9000 -John
Markle to G. Wl Parker, 80
acres in Eagle twp, $2400
M. C. Whiteley to Rezin Whiteman,
a certain parcel of land in Marion
Thomas Witten to J. S. Weaver, SO
acres in Liberty twp, 3C00
Isaac Taylor to Thomas Witten, 80
acres in Liberty twp, $3000
J. F. Smith to Andrew Corn well, 40
acres in Orange twp, $700
John Peterman to B. W. Elder, 80
aores in Jackson twp, $4350
Alfred Schoonover to David Bish, 60
acres in Liberty twp, $4000
Joseph Waldorf to Henry P, Stentz,
inlot 5, East Findlay, $1000
Gideon Falk to Eli Bolich, acre of
land in Union twp, $100
Eliza Mowary to James Morrison and
David Mowary, 80 acres in Pleasant
George Mowarj's heirs to Elizabeth
Mowary, 80 acres in Pleasant town
Champioh Washer is the best in
the market. For sale by Gavitt, op
posite Jeff. Office.
For the Jeffersonian.
LETTER FROM MT. BLANCHARD.
MT. BLANCHARD, O, April 8, 1872.
Eds. Jeff. The same Republicans
who were our township officers last
year were victoriously re-elected last
Monday. Some of the Democrats
were so kind as to use the names of
several Republicans without their con
sent, on a "mix" ticket, which receiv
ed about 28 votes. The Republican
candidate for Trustee on the mixed
ticket ran ahead of the Democrats on
the same. He should be very much
obliged to tho Democracy for their
hearty support. The regular Repub
lican ticket averaged 103, which is
doing pretty well considering the
The following officers were elected
iu the Mt. Blanchard borough, Mon
day last : Mayor, A. F. Nans; Conn
cilmcn, J. Biidinger, J. W. Wingate
and V. S. Fahl ; Clerk, W. S. Shoo
maker; Treasurer, Abe 'Cole; Mar
shal, W. W. Latham. All are Repub
licana except Mr. Bridinger.
The school election came oQ to day
and resulted in tho election cf Dr.
James Seed and J. W. Wingate as directors.
Rev 'r. Baker has been holding a
series of meetings at the Methodist
church during the pat week and will
continue this week. We hope that
many desertions from the 'ranks of
the great .enemy ot human souls may
be the ultimate result.
Messrs J. N. fc J. H- Biddle have
removed to the "Diamond Corner."
Mr. Abe Colo is r.dding an addition
to his Notion Store It the people of
this place would wonld have the rail
road they must stir around a little.
They can't expect to have the road,
and stand still with their hands thrust
deep into their pockets.
"A. S. M."
Window Glass at bottom figures at
Oar Railroad Interests. Wc have
referred so frequently to what we as
sumed to be to the interest of our
citizens in the matter of the com
pletion of It. E. fc L. Kit. that we
deem any further words on that head
nselesp. A Railroad la sometuing
that is cot to be had merely for the
asking, and they are of such a nature
that they must be built on something
more substantial than paper in order
to bo beneficial. The gist of the whole
matter is ii wo want a railroad we
must pay fjr it. We may aa well
fully understand this condition at
firet and shape our action according
ly. A better opportunity than the
present will never.be presented to
secure this much desired object, and
we cannot but hope that it will be
S. D. Frit has purchased the finest
stock of Paper Hangings ever brought
to Findlay, comptising Decorative
Ceiling Papers, Apollo and Grecian
Columns, Mosaic Borders, Cornices,
Centre Pieces, and new and elegant
patterns of stamped Gold, Bronz, Sat
in, white, buff, and brown Wall Pa
per. The Steamer. "What would you
take for the Steamer now ?',' was the
question we heard frequently repeat
ed by parties returning from the fire
last Wednesday. It was the general
impression that the steamer saved
property to more than the amount
that it cost.
Skvatob Gage, - Representative
Oesterlin, AL Parker and Jos. Gatz
wiler, were at home spending the
Of Findlay, and Hancock County,
in Early Times.
Editon Jeflersonian :
H.ivinfT seen in vniir Tfpifnt narwor
some account of Findlay, its past and
present, and bavins once resided
Hancock county, there "lived, moved
vour numerous leaders.
It - bnnt.tlifl mtb dv nf m.w
A. D., 1827, that I first visited the
town, now citv. of Findiav. Rein
at the house ot Mr, Wm. Hackney, in
what is now Amanda township, theic
first heard of Fort Findlsy, panic
uiaiijr vi lis Buvaui,3gea iuriuture set-1
i i i :. i . !.....
Uement. Mr. Hacknev having mven
me aletter of recommendation I start.,
ed on horseback, going by the way of
the "Big Spnng" village, and by Big
Lick, and hv noon I mm f in rMi.
I was hospitably received and myrelf
,i i...M i- aw.-j-
ner, Air. Uambleton and wile star! ed
with mo to the Fort, as it was then
called, one mile and a half below. We
crossed "Lye" and "Eagle" creeks on
trees and tops felled from either siJe.
The first building we came to was a
large hewn log school house, with a
cabin roof, erected the fall before, as I
was informed, and where they had
their first school. Passing on to the
town, I was introduced by my kind
conductors to Mr. Wilson Vance, the
head-ccntre,"and a gentleman in deed
and in truth, and chief agent of the
town proprietors, who wero Gen. Jos,
Vance, who lived in Champaign coun
ty, and was then a member ' of Con
gress from that District, end Mr. El
nathan Cory, who lived, I think, in
Logan county. Mr. Wilson Vance
having sbown me come lots, agreed to
donate one for settlement, and as anoth
er by it could be purchased for $25; I
9rrAd to nwnt tho aamn fnrfnnvnnl
purposes. The towuplat had then
Wn snrveved. Lnt tl,A t-kM wPr
ij..:,m..1,..l....j u r i
uaviuiHMiiuiriuucu DV IUUU1 VI UJT I
UUSIUCBB, UJJT lie w luuuu iritous tuoa
me still further to introduce me to the I
prominent citizens. Accordingly we
called on Mr. John C Wickham and I
hisvery kind lady, Mrs. Barbara Wick-i
ham, and his daughter Lucy (after-1
wards Mrs. James McKmnis) and also
their son. Minor T. Wickham. Mr. I
Wickham was then living in a -email I
cabin on a lot donated to him for sot-
tlement, and lud tausht school in the
school-house beiore mentioned, the
nreviona winter. Havino- fininhed mv
call on these kind people, we continu-1
ed our walk to the house ot Mr. Jos.
DeWitt, where we were introduced
to Mr. and Mrs. Do Witt, and their
daughter Bety (a'terward Mrs. Jos.
SarrenO : ah to MLb Sallia HeWitt I
(afterward Mrs. Parlee Carlin), and
also Mr. William DeWitt. Mr. f Jos.
DeWitt was a blacksmith, had erected
a tshop, and was laboring like a true
son of Vulcan, to get wherewith to
keep soul and body together. Mr.lzens.
c :. r..i: - i t
o4u- aiiiu i- o.
rough extenor, in which were kept
. ' , . ,. ,1.
BWUB sua wuavca auu luutoua. uidi
. . t m l
son, oia nov . r,.uo tuu ,ort,
ana ne ooarueu wan air. ance. a
- I . , .. .. I.l I
win say ngni. nere mat aanougn iur.
carun naa out a email store nouse,
yet he had a big soul and generous
heart, and but for his kindness many
settlers must have suffered more than
they did suffer. Mr. Wilson Vance
lived at this time out ot the town lim
its, in a hewed log house, with clap
board roof, which was built on the
bank of the river sometime during the
war of 1812, for a bake house, or for
hospital purposes. The block-house
near by was used by him ior a stable;
indeed he kept the principal hotel lor
Findlay ne was then Postmaster,
and a man by the name ol J. Gordon
carried the mail on horseback fr0 J
Bellefontaine to Terrysburg weekly.-
Board at said hotel was Si 50 per
week. I wish to correct a statement
w-Vtnls T aim- in vrAnw itiiriap vrvl nlit'a w I
aiiMujvui yox . w... u ,
the hrst preaching, ine uevs. Asa
Brown and Jesse Pryor preached m
fall of 1827; as I was going their
way I traveled with them to their next
appointment at Mr. Hackney's. In
1 828 the Revs. J. Cooper and Alvin
Billings were appointed to the Findlay
Mission. I think it was iu 1 830,or 1 831,
that the Rev. Thompson came into that
region. The first Baptist preaching
that I heard there there was in August,
1828, by Elder Josiah Root, who
preached at the residence of Mr. Jos
De Witt to quite a large audience gath
ered from the siurounding woods.
The first Presbyterian minister that I
saw there was the Rev. Bar, who held
forth in the log school house in the
Spring of 1829, at which time he or
ganized the first Bible Society, Wilson
son Vance, J. C. Wickham and Edwin
S. Jones aa Directors. The first phy
sician called to Findlay that I had any
knowledge of, was Dr. Sampson, of
McCutcbeonville, who came to treat
Mrs. Matthew Riley, which was proba
bly in 1828.
Messrs. Editors : As I have not time
now, and think this sufficient for one
communication (should you feel inclin
ed to publish it) I will desist. At
some future time, if desirable, I may
write something more of the early set
tlement of Findlay and Hancock coun
EDWIN S. JONES.
Chillicothe, Peoria co, Ills.
We thank Mr. Jones for his letter,
which we know will be of interest to
our readers, who we are sure will unite
with us in requesting him to continue
his contributions to our columns. All
facts connected with the early history
of our town and county will be hear
tily welcome to a place in our columns
Chillicothe, Peoria co, Ills.-EDS, JEFF]
On the Line. The Lima Gazette, of
April 3d, has the following in re
gard to the L. E. fc L. RR.: "Last
Saturday engineers nnder E. L. Bur
nett, arrived to this city from Find
lay, having made a survey of the line
ot the Lake Erie Sc Louisville road
from that place. On Monday they
started for St. Marys, and immedi
ately on their return to Fremont, pre.
parations will be made tor letting
the grading by sections. The grad
ing over the most of the line from
Findlay to St. Marys was done some
years since, and now wants dressing
up only. This looks like business,
and we may confidently expect the
road in running order to this place
The alarm of fixe Wednesday after.
noon waa caused by the burning of
F. B. Zay'a chimney, on Hardin
One tiling is wry definitely certain,
and that is, that Eli G. DiWolfk
won't get it Courier.
For the benefit of the "editor of the
C0UDty PrintiDS." L Glessner, Eeq
we W0Jua lu" e aro uuk
never haTe beeD Eor never cPcct l
Pc. " asp" lor tte position
Postmaster of Findlay. We would
lurther rise to explain that our post
"on on ths selection or a rcaimasier
is tim the matter should be
asc-aea Dy vole- 10 "
tion for or faX V man man
"Burc; we ue ,uucf u
" " w
I w oe jroBLOinsier-uciiera . "
woulu ra,ner De r,S" wsn prm
scssors' blanks at $1.25 per quire, or
derive cur "PP01 f,rm connty
treasury. Charges or this kind ccme
very poor grace fit m a man who
"knowledges that he haa charged
lbe "paj" of Us county 150 a
rear more for ore sinle item of
n-:nf inir ffiati it ni!il Iiava POfit in
To,edo- Andfcrten )ears at that
Last Call. Persons having unset-
tied accounts with Fiey & Ettinger
are notified to call and settle within
the next ten days.
FREY & ETTINGER.
Findlay, O', Apr, 12, '72.
Wednesday tight, in front of Iiich
the ard.e billiard saloon. There were
xmijib. o an,. .
A TV.l .' TT 1 .-I.
r"""1" 5""un lroul
-bwulnl.lui IIia iviUi,U ll..l Ills
L. XL.. & !. lilt, will soon bo com
pleted. Now, we enter our earnest.
protest against such ' buncombe."
There will be no work done on the
road until $100,000 in stock has been
raised. Findlay ought to take at least
$50,000, and she has barely half of it
yet raised. Some of our people have
done nobly, while others fully as able,
have dono just nothing at all. These
men are anxious for a road, as it will
advance the price ot their real estate,
they are sclfiSh(perhaps that word
18 a 1,tUe to mlIJ) noaSh to
linS 10 let olhera lho 8toclt
ounuie on nucu a euini, : aiiu out, on
If you want to be happy and en
joy yourself this summer, go to S. D.
Frey's Drag Store for your Wall Pa
per, Window Glass, Whitewash
Brushes &&, as he cm sell them just
a littla cheaper than any body else
Enterprise. Messrs. J. T. Adms
& VPaa commencing at once
"e erection ot a large brick waro
house, on East Railroad street, in front
of their Oil Mills. The building is to
be 30 by CO feet, and will be an im.
potant improvement to that part of
Mr ohn Bickelhaupt is also mak
mS preparations to tiuisii his brick
business house on Main street. The
building is to have a fine front, and
will compare very favorably with the
best of our business houses. Wo are
pleased to note these evidences of thrift
land enterprise on the part of our citi
Tv,fttn .f . F .
BaUou, Postmaster at this place,
died at bis residence on Lincoln St.,
. . .r
An laar. Va1naa.1v mApninrf Mr
va aaauw s wuuviruisi aaava unit. i
Kallrkti hna Kaati oilin-r trr a rim a limn
butwa3not dangerously iir.until a week
rr,a ,,on,h maa v mn
Uon of lho , 1Ie WM faith.
,j and able officer, and a clever
and accommodating gentleman. He
wa9 buried on Thursday by tho order
of Free and Accepted Masons, of which
he was an honored member. He
leaves a wife and one child.
A Findlayite Burned Oat We have
W 1 A . . S.
i-M-miie papers oi tne sm uit, con
Uining an account of the destruction
by fire, of the Store and Tinware es-
tahlishment of John C. Martin & Co.
Their Btot:k was v-lued -4 8.000 to
fio.uuo, ana was oamagea to im
. I A.. 1 - A" It
amouni 01 JUUU. ulcn 18 "J cov
ered by insurance. We are sorry to
near ot tne 111 Iuck t0 our d lnen1.
M" a g'aa to know mat io uoes not
affer material loss.
a &0W. There are rumors or a
.ecrjmmac" on Main Street last
few witnesses to the set-to, though
there were evidences of it, the next
morning, in the shape of blood on the
sidewalk and dry goods boxes in the
vicinity. We did not positively
learn the names of the combatants.
Back Again. We notice the famil
lar "pniz 01 air. o. it. ionnson, on
our streets a train. He has iust re
turned from Ann Arbor, where he has
been attending law school. Also, Dr.
Cass Carlin, one of Findlaj's yonng
lawyers. We understand that both
intend to "swing their shingles" in this
place. They are both gentlemen of
fine attainments, and will honor the
professions they have chosen.
The Egg Trade. Mr. John Ciine
inform na that one wagon at their
stoie brought In 2,700 dozen eggs
last week. He also says that eggs
have improved in quality since last
year at least one cent per dozen.
Truly the money paid out for eggs
and poultry in this county in cne year
would build a good railroad through
With its gloomy attendants, low
spirits, depression, involuntary emis
sions, loss of semen, spermatorrhoea,
loss of power, dizzy head, loss of mem
ory, and threatened impotence and
imbecility, fi-d a sovereign cure in
Hukpobets Homeopathic Spkcific
No. Twxkty-Eight. Composed of
the most valuable mild ana potent
curatives, they strike at once at the
root of the matter, tone np the sys
tem, arrest the discharges, and im
part vigor and energy, lite and vitali
ty to the entire man. They have cur
ed thousands of cases. Price, 85 per
package of five boxes and a large $2
vial, which is very important in obsti
nate or old cases, or tl per single box.
Sold by all Druggists, and sent by
mail on receipt ot price. Address,
Humphreys' Specific Homeopathic
Medicine Cc, 562, Broadway, New
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. Seo ad
vertiseraent in another column.
UrnoLSTERiNO of all kinds done
by (lavitt, opposite Jxff. Office.
Photographs taken at Zay's
Gallery are true to life, and as clear
and distinct as the finest steel engrav
ings. Call and examine specimens.
A full line of new spring Hats, at
T. H. Honpt's Hat store.
DEWOLFE-MfSGEN.-O n Thursday
iorning, April 11. at the residence of the
noe s parents, by Kev. O. Kennedy, Mr.
viara Mungen, daughter of Hon. Wm. Mun
The printers were not fareotten. May their
Uves be pleasant and their days lenthened.
CTtivrDwiiTna ..-41 1, kv ti n
Beardsley, Esq., Mr. Adam Cramer and Miss
caret waiters, au 01 iiancoca county.
TUSSINnTT' rvnn thtk nf March
SttfaAM.ManM.Af U William U'lfkhfttn hv
Rev.B. VanValkenbureh, Mr. Manuel Tns
sing and Miss Axminda Teens,all of Ilancock
. STROTHER LINDSAY On the 4th Of
ADrll. it lh. m,I.Imimi if Anlw Wlmm . M
in Washington township, by Rev. O. Kenned-.
Al. A-ll.-w R Rlmth.. mnA IfiM
A-xzia M. Lindsay.
WEVT-lTllUfl Onlh.'dtf aIU.wIi .1
tne residence of his brother-in-law, by Mich
wnnsuna Adams, both of Marlon township.
Local Business Notices.
of See 1 Potatoes for sale by
Slices & McMaxxkbs.
Peerless King of Esrlies, Prolific and
ibe friends of those who are
troubled with bad breath, and,
through over-rqueamisbness, dislike
to refer to it, commit a positive and
cruel mistake, especially if they are
awaro of the merits and great efficacy
of the fragrant Sozodont. This is
the. true and only remedy for the dif
ficulty ; there is no valid excuse for
bad breuth now.
Spalding's glue mends everything.
Wanted 1000 persons to buy the
Champion Washer of Gavitt, oppo
site Jeff. Office.
Tns Domestic Sewing Machine is
the best made, and decidedly the
cheapest. Call and aee them at
.The well-known auctioneer, has
removed to his old homo in Liberty
township, near "Croningcr's Mill,
where he may bo found at all times,
when not engaged in crying sales.
Those wishing his services would do
well to call with him or give notice
before advertising. no 45-St.
Is the best Sewing Machine In the
market. Examine it at
Thk best Sewing Machines in use
are those at ays, over citizens'
Bank Call and see them.
If you want a delicious chew, try
Old Congress Fine Cut Tobacco.
Sofas, Lounges and Mattresses ren
ovated and repaired to order, at
Gavkt's, opposite Jxff. Office.
Local Business Notices. FINDLAY MARKETS.
Thursday, April 11, 1872.
Eaoa. 11 cts.
Urais. Wheat better at fl.40; Oats 304.32.
Bctteb Dnll at IScts for choice.
Applcs Dried Sc I
Hides, 6c.: Hams, lue
1 3091 75
1 SSl HI
Soap Country .
Hides Dry .
Ttmotht SEEDw. .-
(AIVKa WED .
I -10 1
Live Stock Markets.
BUFFALO, April 9.
Beef Cattlk. The recelptA - were
i mm hui maklns the suuDlT tor the week
thus far 3,3t bead, or 1SJ8 cars, against 233 cars
ut wmk. isuyers mou rti-n i o wiuvij
apart. There la notnmg aoing.
Tu- akd Lambs. Receipts tor to-day.
2.400 head, making the week's supply thus
I.r UIU IKSU KUM I "F UH-W " .UUV
lent weak. The market is not yet opened.
Hnm-RecelDU for to-day. 1JM0 head, ma-
ki. the total forth week thus rarciuuneaa.
sgalnst 5,7) head last week. The market
was uuu, i"1 - ,...uRw, ...
iwint 12 cars onertno. Bales were made ot
2S2 head, averaging 104 lbs. at $4 45 ; 10s head
PITTSBURG, April 9.
nnrbATTLK. The market waa very dnll.
and the arrivals heavy; the best sold atM 23
i 60. and stackers at tl oo 00; prospects
HHYEr. lue dwkw wassiow, mi iu, ar
riTals ltcht ; the prospects are fair; sales were
made of the best at W Vas 73, medium at
t; O0i7 60. and common at M 006 60.
Uooa. The market was dull, and the arriv
als war fair ; sales were mane ot rouauei
phla bogs at $4 D0&6 00, and Yorkers at (4 30j
the prospects are dulL
NEW YORK, April 8.
asal-st S3 the previous week ; for to-day's
mgjn,, - . . aw. - " vu..uuu w .
i i nn. Knndradth street- and on! v 8 at I
Weebawken. Hhlppers have nearly all left I
the Erie roau. inwu uuu as uoui irraiy i i
prices, Or ys iowbi uuu a veea wtu. l uei
waa a full supply fat droves, and 13c was the
price, save a lew pairs sent on anucnara;- I
' - , . . i
ed USe for: Pnme 'a ' rc; uur at 111311
the averago being about
, T.m holdlna? at HKic the icar waa
not ail sold. AU meat markets are depressed,
tharaln of last night being unfavorable. Hix
cara 14 Lssourl, 74cwt, sold at HMe ; three ears
da. 1400 pounds alive sold at e live
sears Illinois, U80 ponnds, at I0SS11
Indiana. 7 cwt. llKc ; 1 ear extra, 10
ve weight ;
uvw, ' . . u nr. i t-. i m
i. it.Uheelose was bad for shlDnera
miEBr jiif u w. A vwi iw HUU .1 ,
100 last week ; only WOO fresh on sale to-day,
but tBey are not wanted : tiie market Is slow
and lower, or 7j10o as the extremes, very
ood selling at Sc. No clipped shtep and very
few lam lis, the latter Is worth S7 OOtS 60 eacb
for fair to good; Scars fine wool Ohi sheep,
HO doodus. sold at 10c ; l car coarse, 96 pouads
Missouri. &c: 1 car 70 ponnds thin State at 7c
Hootv-For the week 2400. agai net 22,000
last week : the market is steady at 45c for
live and S js&yfi for dressed ; those of 200 lbs
selling at bo-
NEW YORK, April 8. New Advertisments.
Ladies and Childrens' Shoes.
BACKIVKD AT TUB '
REP. AND POINTS
87 Main Street.
Are now filling
Come Early, ands
DRESS GOODS !
WE INTEND TO MAKE
MORE OF A
Speciality this Season
Tfum tee Have Done Heretofore.
LADIES WHEN LOOKIXQ FOR
Please Give Us a Call-
Thankful to ourtrien
A LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY NOTIIFED
it nut to trust any ot mv luinllv. on mv
wcouni, as i win pay nn uhdi oi ineir con
UUCling. JAIUB LAJUlvAUA IU1I.
April Vi Ti 31
J". 3ET. SMITH
TORMERLY of Barnd A Tarleys ( Heaclqnar-1
L ieni) aetures ui in lurra lue puuuc laai lie I
Das openeu a
New Grocery Store,
Xezt Dr to Mar-la Ilostse. Kala St., I
Where he will be haoDT to meet his old
friends and as many new ones as may chouse
io lavor mm wiin tneir patronage.
The Highest Cash Price,
For all kinds of Produce, (aprll 1 72-ly)
J. G. STRACK,
AO EST rOR THE
G HOVE It &a BAKER
New Improved Family
THE OROVER AND BaKER HACRIKE to
purely a tl rut-clans one, as any one can see
by calling ar Mr Strack's rooms. Just South of
me tie pol. wnere they win always nnu a
targe biock, ana at prices mat
David Gnear PlaintitI, 1 Before John Wort
i . I lDUJ.r.WIBO
f cbard To.. Has-
Wesley Bowers Deft. I cockCounty.Ohio
On the 14th dsv ol March. A. D 1872. said
InallM lIIMt BllflrilltfAf ,tlhm.llt til lh
above action, for the sum of twenty-three I
dollars and forty-four cents, and (or costs not
dollars and forty-four cents, and (or costs not I
exceeding twenty aoiiars.
Of May, 'A. D. 1KT2. DAVID UL EAR.
Kald aouon stand auiournea loine inn nay
jrinuiay, u atarcn iv, ia. -y-ow
NEW DISH STORE
87 Main St., Findlay, O.
LARUE and well selected Htork of
KNIVES & FORKS,
SPOONS, AC, &C.
On hand, which will be sold at bottom Prices.
If ADAMS A CO. would say to the citizens
JJ, I.l V" ' II . . ..... . - - - .7
tai,iiMhil a. k'eiiillv I ; rt r V in their niidst.
and will keep Flour, Kth. ISalt, and all kinds
oiuioceries, wuicn win ue soiu -v
sr -l aaea a a a. v
- - . "-wr
They will nay Findlsy prices. In CASH, for
Produce oi an bidus.
Cash paid for tildes and relta.
May 13. 1
TllE leading points of excellence combined
n tne aru-.ausi s'L:"
FirsL Extra size and room nnder
Second. Simplicity, Direct Action.
Third. Ease of Operation.
Fourth. Noiselessness no Cams or
Fifth. Cylindrical hardened Cast-
steel Shuttle, with large Bobbin.
Sixth: Superior Automatic Take-up.
Seventh. Self-Adjusting Tensions.
Eighth. Geu sot be put out of time
or adjustment by use. TLi is a qual
ity possessed by no other machine 1?
Ninth. Great Range of Work.
Tenth. Durability of working parts.
Warranted for Seven Tears!
The "Domestic" excels on Light Work
and Beats All on the Heaviest
The "Domestic" is the "King" of Lock
nui.v t mar iJ
duicu oewing macuiaes.
Challenges the World !
F. B. ZAY, Agent,
Do not buy a Sewing Machine until
yon have given
Partus having either town prop-
ersy or farms to rent, can have atten
tion directed to the same, by leaving
word with us, without cost to either
the owner or renter.
BEST UACI1 IN 11
3HL IS3a ton 1
their Store with
ecure BARGAINS w
certainly be high
In Millinery we intend to keep the
Laiiest ail Best SelscteJ Stoct
That will be kept in Findlay this Season and
Cheaper than the Cheapest.
II A VIXG 6 UQUT 0 UR
For the whole Season as early as February
Mi, beiore the advance In the
PRICE OP RIBBONS.
for Past Patronage,
A FULL STOCK
hilethe cheap Goods
er later in the sea
IPallerni from Mm. 27. Demorest for
adies' ana umiareiis
Suit3 of Every Dwcriptiou.
THE PRICE OF
Mens lias ta Greatly Mmi
WE ALSO KEEP
Far Women and Children from Mm. E. Dem-
onsK, certainly uw
BEST ITS USE.
we earnestly solicit a co
Would call the attention of the
AXLES, CUTLERY AND BELTING,
WOOD WORK FOR WAGONS AND BUGGIES,
And all goods usually kept in their line.
NISHWITZ'S PULVERIZING HARROW
Moline Walking Cultivator,
The best implement of its kind manufactured,
Clipper Mower and Reaper,
ilMVS C0UBI1D MOIVER AND SBLP-RAKB,
The only Successful Self-Rake in use. We also sell the
. r, . i rr . r.
Anil 1 IOW8 OI uuiureufc w-Jiuiaciures,
us a call before making your purchases,
public to their large
They are also Agents for the celebrated
1 . r .1.-
omuu iu uuuw m m- uuik.
and we will give you satisfaction at
Feb. 1C, 18:2, tf.
D. B. BIARDSL1SV k CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
Offer the following' Choice
Property for Sale.
rpWO CHOICE LOTS ON NORTH SIDE or
JL Lincoln Street. East of Main, Inclosed by
good substantial fenje, and gutteied and
paveuin irouw ihu-immuuh-.
II E UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF INTEREST
xiperKhop, Materials ana roois, anu
two lots of cround, on which the same is sun-
ated, in Klndlay, o. Theshopisin operation
and doing a paying business. Will be sold
TWO AND A HALF ACRES OF LAND IN
Fast Findlay on which is a good frame
bouse with ti rooms, barn, wood house, and
otherootbolldlnKS a good well of waterand
allklndsof fruiitrees. Price K.0UO, with lime
on part purchase mcney.
A SMALL BRICK HOUSE AND LOT IN
Center St., North Findlay. Pleasant resi
dence for small family. Location desirable.
Price low and terms easy.
A FARM OF EIG II IT-THREE ACRES
with 60 acres cleared. A good 1, stay
framedwelllng houae.barn, orchard and never
falliugsprlngof good water. Location 4 miles
east ofCarev.O, on Tymochtee Creek. Farm
composed of about equal parts, upland and
River bottom lands.
TWO LOTS ON WEST SANDUSKY STREET
well nril. with side walk. Street Ale-
Adamised. For sale or trade for wild Unds
in Hancock, Putnam or wood counties.
NE LOT ON EAST LINCOLN STREET
eligebie location, Will sell cheep lor cash
IOR SALE OR TRADE. A VALUABLE
a reSlOeUCV OU SUUIITNUD Ul DWIUIU. 1
and near the business part of town, a good
2 story dwelling house, with clears, rooms
all complete, wooti nouse, wen, cistern, u.m
and iru it trees. Will be sold for one-third
purchase money iu hand, and one-third in
oue anu two yeaia.
i fr APRFS PRIME LAND IN VERNON
1UU lOUUlJT, -WMIU, WVl. Vvu,
soli, and about one-half of the tract well lim
bered. Will sell for cash or .exchange for
lands in this or adjoining counties. Price JB
Oifl ACRES IN DOUGLASS COUNTY.
-4U Minne-Mita, il, tuiles Iroro Railroad
Mi.nin. fmm mil cloud to the Northern Pa
cific K.K Well timbered, and abundance of
good clear water, r ive nun's rrom couniy
seaU WU1 sell or trade for property In this
OOD CORNER IT Wiin ittAat
I T... V n. 1 . ii i 1 , 1 1 tra wi.ll nfrn
h duui. . u. a. ww. ...-.'-. ...
and allklndsof fruit. Price fl-Ov, payments
WO LOTS ON CLINTON STREET.NORTn
,y. Uood new frame nouse ior v
Five years to make payments.
arnTtf-K IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A
IN petition will be presentea to the Com-
mlssionersot Hancock County, attneirnext
session to be beld on tne nrs monusy u
inn. a. n ikt'X nrnvlnaT for the establishment
of a County Road along the following de
scribe, route in said county, to wit : -Begin
ning at a point on tbe section line neiween
sections eusuteen (IS) and nineteen (1), In
Delawaie townsnip, in wiu tvuuii , vm
fonnh nfa mile West of the County line be
tween Hancock and Wyandot counties, and
nnlDK thence Weston the linebetween ec-
rtuwJ elitnteen lis) anu nineteen iv. imri u
. ... . . i- 1 , f,-.nran Mil . n.1
ii.ii ana tcutj-i".i -. ; , ... . v
twenty-three(-;).flnen(l5) and twenty-two
(12) and sixteen (10) and twenty-one (21) to the
road now runnl-. North and South through
... . . 1 n .nillli.n.t"(nL
saia two last mhiois- "V V. V.V
nate. W liON W. BLL E.
By Joh-M. Haxus his Attorney.
maixlilj, 1S73 It
-r-mEUERICK F. PARKER. Robert 8. Par-
X1 ker.and Dora Alice Parker will take no
on theiathday of March, A. D. 1S7X In tbe
Court of Common Pleas, within and for the
county of Hancock. Stale of Ohio, by Theoph
llusCarnaban, and is dow pendlDK, wherein
said Tueophli us Carnahan demands parti tion
uf tbe following real eaale, situale in said
tice l bat a petition was niea aeaiiwtineiu
county, town : luioi -o.eigiiii)in v ance
tore v's addition to tbe town of Findlay. In
said county: and that at the next term of
said court saldTheopbilns Carnahan will ap
ply for an order that parUtlou may be made
of said premises.
J. F. Bt'RKKT. Alt'y for petitioner.
March IS, 1872 w. -
AN THE NINTH DAY OF ATK1L EIGH-
1 teen aeveniy-two, the Probate Court of
Hancoca couniy, necieren ins eeiate oi siar
tlim Jones decessed. to be probably Insolvent.
Creditors are therefore required to present
their claims against tbe estate, to tbe nnder
slgned lorallowance within six months from
the time above mentioned, or they will not
be entllieu to paymeni. iuuiiiii.ra
Administrator of Martha Jones deceased.
. CALL AT
A.&J. Parker & Co.
Doors, Sash, Blinds
All of the BEST QUALITY, and at
Office on West Lincoln Street.
Findlay, O. Feb. 23, 1871-3 moo.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE FIRM OP BALLARD fc HURD Is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. Tbe
oooks ami noies oi ine arm win oe neiu inree
mouths for settlement and collection. All
Demons knowing themselves indebted to us
are expected to call witbin that tiraeon either
Hanaro, or iiura ana close on toeir accounts.
Ht doing so tbey will avoid tbe annoyance of
being eaiieu upon ny a collector.
April i, 13. , iAi.iirtiT.il ex ntiui,
Dr. H. D. Ballakd will answer all profess
ional calls at the old office.
Dr. A. Hi'RD has fitted nn an office over
Scbwarts 4t Knns's Grocery Store. Entrance
flrst stairs nortu of old office, where he will
attend to all prolealocal calls,
aprll 5. 72-w
The Best Pictures!
CAN CB OBTAINXD AT
West Side, - -
CALL and SEE!
BOOT A'll SROB STORE.
The Best Quality,
and The Cheapest Tot
WVU IV Uw VI I WiaW
CAM BS FOCin AT
No. 74 Main Street,
HOP 111 AD E
BE HAS A rCU USE OF
Men, Yiei & Quite. Year.
Work Mads to Order wbea Pranised,
and Warranted to ve Satisfaction. '
of NEW goods;
are in stock. Goods
BOOTS AND SHOES,
RATS AND CAPS.
We are now building an addition of
OUR STORE ROOM,
Especially for the above named goods. We
will keep a eond assortment at all
times of the above Uoada.
BOOTS. SHOES.HATS aa CAPS.
ntinuance of the same.
JOHN EATON & CO.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
This HoiLrisliing Institution
Is rapidly increasing both In
Popularity and Attendance
And Is destined to rank with the best
Institutions of the Country.
THE THIRD TERM OF THIS
Monday, March 18, 72,
ASO COSTI-ITBS HI SKSSIOS FOB
For further In formation send for catalogues
toCHAS. K. SUTTON. President, or SUTTON.
KRAMER ik CO ADA. O. marcl-S-Sw
LOW CASH BATES!
Ciarter D at Life Iiisiiiaiice Co.
of kuttobUp, con.
lasoea poUdes of Lits Insurance oa all the ordinary
plans at lower rales than other santosl coatpanlas
and pays annual jlyajends Im rssslng yearly. Ths
lately introduced by this company, is atrperior to
any short term Kndovmeiit or Tbaca plan, as it
fixes a hr. aurrentier ralae lor the faLcj at the end
of any of its current year-
Agents in ail the Principal Towns and Cities.
EJ.TOTTEN", District Ag't
i indlay, Onio.
IT IS A FACT
JNO. ADAMS &Bro.
BEATthe WORLD In the Price and Quality
CALL AHD XXAMIXX THE
Improved Native Drum Cook
Flat Top North Star Cook
Cook, Parlor and Box
AIL KIHD9 OF
Tin, Copper Sc Sheet Iron
Work, Done to Order.
rOXY ASX ALSO AGISTS FOR
Iron Well and Cistern Pumps,
jjinner ises, cou.es xine
Wire, Etc., Etc., Etc
ALSO, AGKXTS FOR THE
Which la an indispensable article la every
Call and see us, for we MEAN BUSINESS.
MARY WILSON, widow of Archibald Wil
son, late of Hancock eouaiy OBlode
ceased. and Robert M. Wilson, David E. Wll
son. luabella A. Downs and A. M. ZJT
husband, Charles M. Wilson and MlleBM
Wilson, infant children of Milea B. Wiwon
deceaaed; all of Benton eounty Iowa , wu
Ham M. Wilson, of Miami county;
Martha W. Smith and Jacob .,10?r
band, ot Johnson county, Kansas, si' belraat
law of sold Archibald W'ljon, deed.
Abraham Wise, HeyW Ehsabeth
Jacobs and James Jaoobs her husband,
Samuel Wise and John Jtj'SS
county Ohio, William WofCa-m, Mich
igan, Daniel Wise, of AoJeTrllle, XJj
and Ell-aoeth Wise and W."'.',,
husband, of Van Buren county Ie, will
i hm on the 3d dav of April, A. D. l7
Court of Common Pleas, w ' blf . oojr.
county of Hancock. ',tbri!
L. Martin.and Is now pending wneren saw
Th.2Ti' Martin sets forth, that ho has a
legal rtght to, -ZZuTZZZZSZl
P". unoiviueu w.- .'.S-f uaeVw19nafBBi
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inii.mri I nil nuin-
Southeast quarter of section eleven (11) In
township one, (I) North range) twelve east.
excepUDg therefr-m ten acres of land oat of
theNortneast corner thereof, and two (2) acres
of land out ol the Northwest corner thereof.
That said parties are tenants in common with
him in said premises, and said Thomas L.
Martin does, in his said petit on, denvuad
partition of said real estate, and that at the
next term of said court the said Thomas f
Martin will apply for an order that partition
may be made oi said prem ises.
THOMAS L. MARTIN.
JasMcs A. Bute his Attorney.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
mn n.l nihmi are herebv notified that
they are forbidden to shoot game of any kind
aa the premises of the undersigned, unless it
be by special perm ian ton.
&H WOOD, A.PoWiL.
O ?3ri CO P