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HtE JEFFEBSORIAN i FINDLAY HAKCOCK COUNTY. OHIO, FEIDAY MORNING, AMUL 26. 1S72.
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Who are aeeklng bootee in the rich valleys
and on it fertile miries a Miasooai
Kansas, Nbbbaska. aud Uolob do,
TAKE NOTICE this la the
THE MOST DIRECT ROUTE.
TbU line ha facilities for
families to we
Not PoaseBsed by any Other Lina.
Save Time and Honey.
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TICKETS an be obtained at an tne nrtn
elnai Ticket "offleee ia tba lU-tetm, -Uddle
General Paaaenger Agent, St, Loula.
(,. rn Pass. Act. Indianapolis.
JOHM K. SIMPSON.
Oea. Snneri-tsndt, IndlananoHa.
Mb. EL R. Bakid, has just returned
from a trip in the West, and is look-
ing as it he had enjoyed it.
at Fattebscn a
Editorial Cor vention. The Editors
of the 5th and Sth districts hold a
Convention at Lima, on the 10th prox
Fin line of Hats at Schwab's.
Cleaning Up. The Marshal is clean
ing up streets and alleys, or what is
the same thing, he is notifying the
people to do it.
Thus is something of interest
Schwab has to say to you about
Clothing when you come to see him.
It should not be forgotten by those
interested, that the First National
iBank will be removed to Wheeler's
Block, on or about the 20th of May.
Fob Women's, Misses' and Chil
dren'a nice Gaiters, go to Schwab's
cheap Boot and Shoe store.
Insurance. D. B. Beardsley & Co
(oorner alaia and urawtora street?,
repreraiL,7Wt of the best Firs and
Life Insurance Companies in the worfc.
Call and examine for yourselves.'
Fob nice French and Curacoa Kid
Shoes, go to Schwab's cheap Boot
and Shoe store. ; : :
Money Order B oainaea. The amount
bf the money 'orders issued at the
Tlndlay PoatofRcs during theweek
Riding AprU 20th, 1872, was 1570.11,
Und the money orders paid during
Lhe same period was 9141 80
Fob a nice line of Women'a aliases'
and Chiidreni' Philadelphia fine Shoes
the best madau'ro' to Schwab's
Boot and Shoe store.
Mb. Gbo. Gkab has started a cradle
Lnanufactory iu Findlay, north of the
2L. E. & L. Bit. Depot. He is a good
iworkman, and should reoeive a liber
l 1 - ' ' L. . A I. An. .mf r
fu uiuuuMr. owq tf ptotibcui. 1
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In another column.
Bon. Chas. Fpt tss gave us a call
ldnring hie resent visit to this place.
Me looks as if legislation sgfeed with
iiim. and, by-lhe-way, it would be a
Woowthing for the country if there
(were more auch legislators as Mr.
at Pattebsox a
A prrmoir has been circulated, nd
Viumerously signed, asking the Coun
cil to build several new cisterns and
Ueepen some of tne out ones, xne
Ere a couple of weeks ago disclosed
the fact that the to wb is deficient ia
this respect, and we hope the Council
Will take immediate action in the
premises. - '
Nxw Sm.ES in Millinery Goods
just received at Pattebsos Wist.
A Fine Turnout Ws notice a
Lolendld delivery wagon belonging
jto Slicer & McManneas, on our
streets. It is built on the platform
jspnng style, combines lightness and
durability, and is ' neatly finished: ana
.intod. D. Buck & Co. are the
No chara for showing the New
ftnodS at FaTTSBSObT WIXDEBt.
all and see.
n. The . church
tian Union, fa Biglick township,
Lrill be dedicated oa Sabbath April,
28,1872. All are iavlted to attend
Rev. J- U. B, Flack is expected to
assist in the dedication. The church
ia aeven miles from Fiadla? on the
Seed. The Secretary ot the Han
eock Couaty Agricultural Society in
forms us that he has a few sacks ot
Spring Wheat, Barley and Oats for
gratuitous dutri butioo to such farm
era as may desire to experiment with
ri . i. r .t-
them. They are aaiu w ih
very best quality.
Shade Treea. We are glad to see
ma P-enerous s disposition on the part
of our people to oraaaawn wor prcm-i
ua with shade. IB" "got. otn.
iBB adds more to the beauty, pleasure
d health ot a resiaenoc, r"culJ
shade and ornamental trees.
LETTER FROM MAINE.
AUGUSTA, ME, April 16, 1872.
Eds. J try. There sre nearly
Pf the disabled and broken down
I ier of the late war connected with
this Lome. M any or these are inteW
gent men. wlo. though now chiefly
I laid aside from Dartiei nation in the
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what U trannirinr not only in their
i j . . . ..-. nnr in Tfip
I . c of . . . ,
I ' 'eutaui nigUDornoJ"
j world at large.
Some time ainca a Beading Boom
and Library were established here,
and It ia forrnd that these do not I
little toward enabling these mutilated
defenders of the 'old flag'' to past
many otherwise weary tad lonely
hoars pleasantly and profitably. Wa
now hare a good library and reading
room, quit well supplied with the
ordinary religious and secular publi
cations, yet every thing ire hare In
this line has been contributed.
Iwtite this morning to thank too
tot the Fttolat Jctfibaoxian, which
baa recently reported here, and to
eg that you will continue to forward
it to the Soldiers'-Reading Boom.
Y e are mush pleased with the Jef-
raitsonnx's ability, and spirit with
which it is cond acted. Bj assured
it will do not a little, upon our files,
toward enabling these scarred and
milAte J v.teraa braves to forget
the aches and piins which they daily
suffer as the consequence of their
Host resjeclfulljr, ia behalf of my
GEO. W. BARBE,
Chaplain and Librarian.
Eds. Jsff. I notice in this week's
Courier that the editor of that sheet
has, without any warrant or authority
from me, used my name as authority
for certain statements which he has
thought necessary to make public
am unable to comprehend why my
name should be dragged into this con
troverev. I never spoke to either
editor of the Courier, or any known
reporter of that sheet, to my knowl
edge, on the subject of the Findlay
Post-office ; certainly nothing in refe r
ence to the statements of Eli 6. De
Wolie to me. I never told any man,
nor is it true, that EliO. DeWeife
ever said to me that he 'would use his'
utmost endeavors to have Mr. Ballon
removed and to secure the appoint
ment for himself.' Ihopethat,iathefa-
tureif any friend(?),with whom I may
hereafter converse, desires to publish
the conversation, he will give it to the
publishers as spoken by me; and I be
lieve when a man is interviewed for
the purpose of publishing, it is cus
tomary to publish the whole conversa
tion. - I had hoped that the selection of a
Findlay Postmaster would be one
difficulty that I would be in no way
mixed np in, - and with that view I
have put my name to no man's peti
tion, and studiously sought to take
no part in the controversy.
I have thought that this statement
was due as well to myself as Mr. De-
Wolfe, and therefore ask its publica
E. T. DUNN.
We have no desire to talk Post-
office through the columns of the
Jkpf., either for the purpose of fur
thering the claims of , the Junior edi
tor of this paper, or prejudicing the
chums . of others The above dis
claimer of Mr. Dunn's, however,
opens the way tor us to say that the
entire article of the Ccwrier is of the
same character as that which relates
that gentleman. ,-
New Law Firm. We desire to call
the attention of our citizens to the
law-card of Messrs. Johnston k Mc
Anelly, attorneys at Law, in another
eolamn. ' These gentlemen have been
admitted to practice law in any court
the State, having passed an excel
lent examinat ion at Columbus. They
have settled down among old neigh
bors and acquaintances to commence
the practice of law. They have an
excellent reputation for integrity
and more than ordinary ability, and
our best wishes for success, whatever
that may avail them. We believe
that they will honor the pro'ession
Fires. Whilst other towns less iv
vored thaa ours have been suSeie s
from fires, we have escaped so long
(bat there is danger of our becoming
QBreiess ana inainereni in tne matter,
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We learn that petitions for building
number ot cisterns have been re
ferred to the Board of Improvements,
and we trust that they will receive
that attention which their nature de
mands. In the meantime a Policy of
Insurance in a good substantial Com
pany is a cood thins to have in a
A Runaway. A' team belonging to
Mr. Did way, standing in front of
Price's grocery, took fright last Mon
day, and started on a run making
things lively for a few minutes. They
ran up to Main street, and turned to
ward the bridge. In front ot H. Kob
a Co. s Hardware store they ran
against a Sulky Plow Attachment,
nuking a wreck of it. They contin
ued down Main street, bringing np in
Mint of the Marvin House, without
serious damage except that there was
but little left of the wagon.
Don't, If you go home about these
times, and find every window sash
removed, all your furniture piled up
iu the back yard, and your library in
in the hall, and your wife meets you
at the door with a coffee sack about
her waist, snd a piece of rag carpet
over her head, and wishes you had
not come to dinner, don't imagine
that your wife intends to elope, nor
dont rush to the Court House to see
ii a petition lor a divorce has been
filed. Why, she is only cleaning
house. We have been there our'
selves, and know how it is.
Be Carehil. Oa last Sabbath, some
boys were indulging in the pastime
of scuffling on the side walk in front
of Patterson fc Winders' store, when
one succeeded in pushing the other
through the large pane of glass in the
door. It cost 810 to get the damage
repaired. It would be well for young
men who have n better employ
ment on the Sabbalh than loafing on
oa the corners, to ''look a little out."
Eaeonragiiig. All over our town
are noticeable inprovements of a sub
stantial kind. Indeed think (mm
present appearances, that our people
intend to stay here. Buildines old
and new are being put in the best
The Uxable property of NapoW
has almost trebled in the last decade.
LETTER FROM INDIANAPOLIS.
The National School Convention
The National School Convention —Some of the City—The
"Last Heathen," Etc.
l F'D J KnOwbg that you de-
-re to lay before your readers, as
much as possible, all'matters of gen
era! interest, I venture to pen you a
few lines, partly in relation to the
great National Sabbath School Con
vention now in session here. This is
the fifth attempt to hold s National
Convention ; the last one was held at
Newark, N. J, three years ago. This
is s grand success, as the attendance
is large, enthusiastic, and comes np
from moat of the States. Even Can
sda sad Ireland are represented,
From Maine to California, from Wis-
to Alabama, come earnest
workers in the S. S. cause. The Con-
rentkm is presided over by Philip G
umett, ot Illinois. As prominent
and active in the Convention here,
are J. H. Vinoent, Edward Eggles-
ton, G. H. Stuart, Hon. Hill, M C,
of I?. X, Judge Geddes, ot Mansfield,
O , G. A. Peltz, Gen. C. B. Fish,
Will Cumback, H. Thane Miller, and
many others equally good and great
The convention is made up of dele
gates from the various States, without
distinction of Church. Ohio has 54
delegates, two from each Congress
ional district, and one for each gen
eral State officer. This is the largest
delegation on the floor. Among them
are I lev. Collier, of Tiffin, and Judge
Geddes, ot Mansfield.
1 urcai, unanimity prevauj in tue
Convention on mast subiec's. and
the great absorbing Interest is, " how
to save the children.' Great good
will result from this gathering in many
ways. It is good to be here. The
members of the Convention are en
tertaioed in a liberal manner by the
people of the city.
The sessions are held in the Second
Presbyterian Church, a fine stone
edifice, large, indeed, but inadequate
to hold the masses that are in attend
ance. Sectional meetings for special
subjects are held in some of the other
Churches, each afternoon, all of which
The subject oi " Uniform lessons in
the Sabbath Schools all ever the
land,'' elicited the warmest discus
sion, and was decided affirmatively
by a large majority,
The next place of meeting is not
yet decided, but will probably be
While I am here I will say a few
things of Indianapolis. It is certainly
lie place, and destined to be a
leading inland city. The population
is between fifty and sixty thousand,
and increasing rapidly. I have not
had time to look over the city much,
but have noted many fine residences,
and a few of the public buildings. Of
the latter, however, I will say that the
State House, built in about 1836, is a
dingy old affair, small, and about as
unprepossessing as the Findlay Co art
House. But Indiana is out of debt,
has the means and the men, and she
will build a State House in due time,
that will be an honor to her.
Upon the whole my visit here has
been a great pleasure to me, and I
trust of good to mind, body and
We, of Findlay, have enjoyed the
hospitality of Ii. B. Duncan, Esq , a
gentleman who was here before In
dianapolis was. He lived here when
when the place was inhabited by In
diana, and facetiously remarks that he
is the w only heathen of the place
that is, he is the only resident alive
who lived here with the Indians. Af
ter enjoying his hospitality, looking
at his fine suburban residence, and
eettmg a hut of his refinement of
mind and manner, I concluded the
heathen part was all gona
As I must leave to-night, and the
Convention will not adjourn till to
morrow evening, this letter must be
closed incomplete. .
Indianapolis, Ind., April 18, '72.
Transfers of Real Estate in Hancock
county for the week ending April 20th,
1872, as filed in the Recorder's office :
E. B. Warner to J. F. Veon, undi
vided i of steam grist mill in Ar
C. F. Mallahan to A. Philips, 160
acres in Liberty township, $13,500.
Jesse Ford to G. W. Corbin, 165
acres of land in Amanda twpn
Anthony Rawer to Elizabeth Elud
ing, 40 acres of land in Washing
ton twp., 12,000.
J. W. Harvont to Frederick Suter,
20 acres of land in Amanda twp.,
John Plotts to Elizabeth Harvout,
80 acres of land in Amanda twp.,
Wm. Gilkia to D. J. Cornwell, 100
acres of land in Orange twp.
Nancy Church to L C. Cookson, 20
acres ot land In Orange twp., 8450,
Fayette Ballard to Jonathan Ballard,
20 acres of land in Orange twp.,
D. J. Cornwell to Fayette Ballard,
20 acres of land in Orange twp.,
Christopher Porter to Fred. Mails,
40 acres of land in Portage twp.,
M. C Whiteley to G. W. Pfeiftr, 50
acres of land in Findlsy twp,
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James Ramsey to Wm. N. Yois. in
lots No. 3 and 4 Hoy's Add. to
North Liberty. 8400.
J. W. West to Daniel Franti, 80
acres ct land in Marion twp..
Peter Beck to CbriatenaLltsenberger,
miot s village Mt. Blonchard,
Jacob Waltermira to Joshua Kauf
man, undivided 1 5 part of a tract
ot tana ta iieiaware two- 8Z20.
Samuel A. Bval - to Oliver Peasnall
and J, H. Decker, out lot No. 4 in
Byal'a second Add to Findlay,
containing a acres of land. $1,800,
If ichael Snevely to T. F. Edgington,
no acres oi isna is tieuant twp.,
Jacob Pepple to Jacob Keel, 40 acres
-vi - n . -
oi isna ia xgie twp., II.7&U.
Emanuel Kimmelt tb Nicholas Fox,
120 acres of land in Washington
George Zay to Levi Falk, 2 acres ot
land la Union twp., $1,500.
Richard Dukes to W. P. Dukes. 160
acres of laud in Blanch ard twp.,
Bird's View of Findlay. Mr.
T. M. Fowler is bow canvassing par
town fora drsyiug of Findlay, which
is to be lithographed, provided be
can obtain seventy-five subscribers.
The drawing In by Mr. H. IL Bailey,
and oa brief examination of it talis-
fies ns that it has been carefully pre
pared and welt executed. We hope
he will succeed is obtaining a sui-
flcient number of inbauribera to have
lithographed, as it will be a useful
ss well as an ornamental picture.
and every one who takes a pride in
our city should have a copy.
Interesting Letter About Findlay.
We find the following letter relative
to the German Beformed Church,
this place, is the Christian World,
the 18th last, We understand
was written from Tiffin, and is enti
'XASTXB AT FIlCDLar. O.''
This flourishing congregation
nnder the pastoral care of Rev. J. G.
Buhl, who is dotal a rood work
the vineyard of the Lord and for the
On Saturday afternoon he held
preparatory service and also ex
amiued the catechetical class. The
examination was commendable. They
au nave tne catec&ism w ll memor
ized. They all show liens of
Christian life, and we have all rea
sons to believe that they are a baud
of merry young Christians set out on
pilgrimage for that New Jerusalem
On Easter morning the conereza
lion was well represented, notwith
tending the very disagreeable
weather, lbs services were con
ducted by the pastor in the German
language, who preached an interest
ing sermon, appropriate to the occa
sion, based on Mark ix. 9, 10. He
was followed in the English by the
writer, wnose remarks were luted on
Romans vL 9, 11. After this the
pastor proceeded to the confirmation
of applicants, eight in number, after
which followed the administration of
the Lord's Supper. Quite a number
After services the pastor and his
much esteemed catechetical class
repaired to the home of one of the
elders. They there together enjoyed
the faod prepared for the sustenance
of the physical man, whilst around
the communion table they were
spiritually fed. Having finished sat
ins', one ot the newly confirmed com
pany passed an envelop with a beau
llful red apple on it, typical of love,
to the one seated by bis side, and
thus it parsed from one to the other,
with the word "My love," until it
reached the last next to the pastor,
who said, as be was about to present
it, "Oar love we hope is commenda
ble, but weak, and in weakness we
present you this token of our love."
The pastor opened the envelope and
found in it a nice sum of money and
an interesting little letter, which de
serves publication ; and, by permis
sion of the pastor, we will submit it.
reads as follows ;
"3Iuch Etteemed Pastor :
"We, the undersigned members ot
your catechetical class, take the priv
uege oi acknowledging your kind
ness, as our wormy pastor ana
teacher in righteousness, and far your
labor in our behalf aud the care ex
ercised for ns
"We feel under deep obligrtion to
you tor the knowledge and trnth of
God which we have acquired through
your instruction, so tuat we, by the
help and grace of God, were to-day
permitted to renew our baptismal
vow, and to commune for the first
time with this congregation. . And
now, as a witness of our love toward
you ss our beloved pastor, we em
brace 4bis opportunity of presenting
you with this gift. .
"Msy the Lord strengthen you and
in our spiritual life, is our wish
List of Letters remaining in the
Post office at this place for the week,
ending April 25th. 1872 :
W.U.Blynn; Joseph Barber ; El-
mor lilac; J. Brown; ibos, I).
Csllieon; Miss Bell Cole; O. B.
Doeriy; Perry Freax.-; Franklin Fife r;
T. Husi ; Mrs. Aurilla Hall ; Abra
ham Herd ; W. P. Hammond : Hor
idice Holhaway ; Sylvana A. HsrJ-
wick ; Miss Loiusa E. Hoffman ; Jon
nathan Uardwick ; R. H. Harvey ;
James Uuntiy ; Adam Horn ; Mrs. S.
Ribbei ; Mrs. A. J. Seetin ; Miss
Nancy Mitchell; Mrs. Sarah MiUker ;
Alexander UcNorris; Miss Rachel
Market; Wm. lfcClory; Buth Mc-
Pherson; Ben. McColly; Thoma6
Nelson; Miss Lizze Passom ; Ms-
nerva Pods ; Mies N. J. Rswsoh ;
Wm. Bob k Co.; Henry Stone; John
Schinder 2; Miss Minnerva Spang.
ler; Mrs. Caroline Stone; Miss Moley
Shulls ; John Shaver ; T. W. Trich ;
John Wesley Walters; Mrs. Ellen
Wickham ; Mrs. E. C. Williams 2 ;
Mrs. Maria Vanlue ;
Persons calling for these, letters
will please say they are advertise 1.
A. BALLOU, P. M.
Tub Cleveland Zeadtr of a recent
date, gives the following interesting
facts with regard to the complexion
the Philadelphia Convention :
It is one of the genial pleasantries
of the "Liberal" Republicans and
their brother Democrats to denom-
inste the coining convention at Phil
adelphia the 'Office-Holders' Caucus.'
We reeptctfuily call the attention of
bolters to the fact that out or the two
hundred and ninety delegates appoint
ed up to Saturday night but tteeloe
are office holders. The Eighteenth
District Convention, held yesterdsy
this city, adda an elector, two del
egates and two alternates, none of
whom are now, nor so far as we know,
ever been endowed with any federal
Will there be two hundred and
ninety-two delegates at Cincinnati of
whom only twelve have tried to get
office and failed 7 We doubt it What
pity that the actual office-holding
delegates at Philadelphia could not
be stooq to row with the Cin
cinnati delegates who expect to be
officeholder the price ot their sd
hesion to the sorehead movement
That would be a picture for a phlloso
Ore neighbor of the Courier takes
every opportunity to impress upon
the minds of his readers that he is
superior to a " nigger." This is per
haps pardonable, since his frequent
assertion is the only proof that exists
the premises. He took occasion,
last week in speaking of the marriage
a couple of our colored population,
do so in a manner expressive of his
lofty disdain of the entire race of
"niggers." Since he makes his pa
per a medium through which to throw
dirt indiscriminately, our colored
friends have no special reason of
complaint if they are not excepted.
Feed Kixsauak will remove his
Gallery to his new hall, second flojr
of the Odd Fellows building, on or
about the first of May. He will be
nicely fixed in his new rooms, and
will be better prepared than ever to
accommodate his patrons .
n. - ... .
a ue junior editor ot the Jsff. is
unfortunate in not having the influence
ol tbe Hancock Courier in his behalf
la his application for the position of
rostmaster at Findlay. It is sad.
Thos. Palmer, living three miles
east or Napoleon, while chopping in
the woods, was struck by a falling
tree, last week, and almost; jostahtly
Ma. Jesse Foao has purchassed farm
of Mr. A. S. Hoon, and proposes to
settle down again in Hancock county,
Mr. Hoon ws understand, goes South.
Be lie able the Courier' t version
of Post-offioe affairs. Oh, what a ve
racious local. We are sorry (t) for the
bondsmen. L. U. ia in a bad way.
Oke more State has declared for
Grant's renonilnation North Caro
Una making thirteen in all which
have now expressed their preference
for General Grant. These include
Msssachusetts, Ohio, Iowa, Kansas
1 a i w a
iMsuiucay, itaoae lsianu, rennsyiva-
nia, Indiana, Maine, Oregon, Florida,
and Wisconsin. The Connecticut,
South Carolina, and Missouri delega
tions are favorable to his nomination
though without instructions. The
people are evidently with Grant.
Mexico has evidently learned noth
ing tron the lessons of the past,
Wretched as all her governments have
been, they hare appeared at their
worst in the management of the na
tional finances. Their criminal reck
lessness hi this respect was the direct
cause of the Maximlllian regime, and
of nine out ot ten of the countless re
volts The latest dispatches from
Matamoras contain two significant
statements. They say : "The officials
ot the civil service have not been paid
for four months," and "The Congress
is debating a proposition to niako an
annual grant of $:!1,000 to an opera
A Topeka (Ks.) dispatch says the
story that has betn circulated that
the engineer of the Atchison, Topeka
& Santa Fe Railroad has been cap
tured bv the Indians, in the South
west, is not true- Ho camo into Fort
Sarah all right. Neither is the state
ment telegraphed from Little Rock,
that the Osage Indians are committing
depredations in Southwestern Kansas,
true. There is not, nor has there been
tor a year, a hostile Indian in the State,
Mb. Jefferson Davis is said to be
writing a vindication of his adminis
tration as "President ' or the Uonred-
Scbwab has just received Ladies
fine French Kid Shoes Philadelphia
made the best.
Local Business Notices.
Ditching ! Ditching I !
The farmers of Hancock county
are hereby notified that any of them
who msy need the services .of an
Engineer in laying out ditches can
be accommodated by calling on M.
Gray, Civil Engineer, of Findlay.
Pattebsox a Wixdsrs'.
Chickens, Turkeys and
Persons having Poultry to sell
will do well to call on
OSBORN & BALDWIN.
We will buy until Weduesbay, May
Lively times at Patterson A Win
der's last Saturday reason why
they have got in their New Stock of
Spring Goods, and are selling them
so cheap. Go aid see.
No Lady's Toilet Complete
Unless there be the fragrant Sozo-
dont; unto the breath sweet odors it
imparts, the gums a ruby redness
soon assume, the teeth quick rival
alabaster tint, and seem as pearls set
in a coral vase.
Labgest and cheapest stock of
Embroidery, Edging and Laces ever
brought to this market at Patterson
Fresh Lime, All The Time !
Constantly on hand at 18 cents per
bushel, in Jackson township, 4 miles
of town. Wm. Bisnor.
The New Style of Parasols tbis
Spring Cane bandies. Go and see
tbem at Patterson Wibdkes'.
Good turnouts and fine teams fur
nished at Cox's Livery Stable, north
side East Crawford street. Carriages
furnished lor funerals at t2 apiece.
Upuolstebino of all linds done
by Gavitt, opposite Jeff. Office.
of Seed Potatoes for sale by
Slices fc McMankees.
Peerless King of Esrlies, Prolific and
Early Rose. .
Waited 1000 persons to buy tbe
Champion Washer of Gavitt, oppa
site Jeff. Office.
The Domestic Sewing Machine is
the best made, and decidedly the
cheapest. Call and see tbem at
Cbampioh Washer is the best in
the market. For sale by Gavitt, op
posite Jeff. Office.
Farmers, and Others!
Will find Thornton F Morrison's,
opposite the Court-house, the place
to buy Stoves of the latest and best
styles. Mr. M. is also agent for the
well-known "John L. Gill Combina
tion Plow." He is prepared to do
Roofing, Spouting, and all manner of
of Tin, Copper and Sheet-iron work,
and guarantees satisfaction. Go and
see him. tf.
Is the best Sewing Machine In the
market. Examine it at
The well-known auctioneer, has
removed to his old home in Liberty
township, near "Croninger's Mill,
where he may be 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 45-5U
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. Sblbach.
The Photography tak en at Zay's
Gallery are true to life, and as clear
and distinct as tbe finest steel engrav
ings. Call and examine specimens.
COMPLIMENTS TO FINDLAY MAN
We clip from . a recent issue of the
Toledo Blade the following compli
mentary notice of Findlay's manufac
turing establishments :
Messrs. Ray 4 Callahan, of Findlay,
nave recently completed a very hand
some light wagon for the use of Mr.
A. E. Dickenson, manager of the
Weed Sewing Machine Company.
Here is, another item from the
Toledo Commercial of the same date
which refers to Lhe same rig :
A Baxdsomb Big. Our reporte
this morning noticed a very stylish
open venioie on toe streets, to wnicn
a new none m bneht harness was at
tached. A. E. Dickenson, general
manager oi uie weed Sewinir Ala
cnine company u t,n fortunate pos
Messrs. Ray A Callahan are young
men who started in business about a
year ago, and we are glad to see that
their really meritorious work is ap
If you .want a delicious chew, try
Old Congress Fine Cut Tobacco.
Sofas, Lounges and Mattresses ren
ovated and repaired to order,
Gavitt's, opposite Jeff. Office.
Waetbd 6000 beds to renovate,
by Gavitt, opposite Jeff. Office.
riATHEos increased in bulk one
third by renovating, at Gavitt's, op
posite Jeff. Office.
Fahrney's Famous Remedy.
Dr. rabrney Blood Ueanser or
Panacea is becoming a very popular
family medicine. Nothing better to
cleanse the blood. Try it. See ad
vertisement in another column.
Ladies from the country are res
pectfully invited to call and sco the
Feather Renovator In operation, op
poeite Jeff. Office.
Local Business Notices. New Advertisments.
H.JOHNSToa. JirrEBSON MCAK8LLV
i TTORNETB and counsellors at
a lmw. nnillay. odio. umce iu "rfead-
aartora Build Inn." Nortli-eaal of Court House
VIII attend DrouiDtlr to all buslneaa anlruau
M to tuelr oara April !M. l7i
CltAIN CRADLES AND
Hlion North of the L. E. A L. R R. Rim of
us oigirauie, r iuuibjt, unto. Apr 2b am
ALL. persona are hereby notified, tbat I will
pay no debt contracted by any one, ou
uiy account, without a written order.
Allen Twp April 3, 1872.
'HE underslaned baabeen dulr aDnointed
1 Administrator ot the estate of Robert
bavy, late of Washington townahiD. Hancock
county, Ohio, deceased.
J. F. Bubkbt. Att'y. April 2fr4w
OlICEIia hereby given that the nnder
ataued baa been duly ad pointed and uual
ifled a Executor of the estate of James U.
Wiseman, late of Hancock county. Ohio, de
ceased. ANDREW WISEMAN.
Seneca Count Apteral Society,
Will bold their second annnal
UNE 4. 5,6 a 7, 1872.
nproprlateS for Premiums and expenses,
peed classes close May iih. all others at 1
T. H. BAXB V, Ch'm. Ex. Com.
UHTTD STATXS IlTTMHAI. RXVEKCE,)
Firm District or Ohio, V
KaHToa, Oara, April 18th, 1872.)
OTIC E la hereby given that appeals will
I ha rtwMvt.1 and determined at the Ases-
sor'a Offioe, Kenton, Ohio, during lhe business
noora ot eacu asy ,
Frum April 25tl to fflaj 5tli, 1872,
Inclusive, relating to any erroneous or ex
cessive valuations, asseatmenta or enumera
tions required by tba Ateeasor or Aasiatant
Assessor Of the Film isiainct ui vuiw m wa
in.r,i .nnn.i iitts. And. dorlna said time.
the proceedings of the Assessor or Assistant
Assessors, together with the annual lists ta
ken and returned a aforesaid, will be sub
mitted to the inspection oi any anu au persons
ho may apply for tnai purpose.
All aiweabf to the Assessor ,as aloresaldhall
be made la writing, and shall specify tha par
ticular cause, matter or thing respecting
whioh iWiiini 1. reuueatedod shall.more-
over, state tba ground of principle ol tbe error
Complained Of. nnmoonn
Assessor Fifth District, Ohio.
NOTICE Is herstiy given that a petti ( ion will
be presented to the Commissioners of
F- mt thjilr tun Ia lu. I. a 1,1
OKDOICI WUIlIJi " 7., ,
on the first Monday of June. 1S72, praying for
th establishment of acoooty road along tha
follows ng deecriDea resiw-wii ;
r. n mi tha north end of tha eoantv
road running north threugh the center of
section twelve (IS), In Caas township, Hancock
county. Ohio, end iniersecting the Slate road
running irom ,,.7
throughUiacasiterof auction one (1). In said
township, on the half section Una between
landa owned by Nancy Purkey Harriet
Campbell. Courtrlght and J. L. McEee,
and terminating at the north lineof Hanoock
Bounty. . J.L.MCKEE.
April 21 "n-28-lt roncipai rstiuoaer.
NOTICE la nereoy .'. "" r' "
will be nresented to the Commissioners ot
H ancocicountJ. at their next session, to be
heldonthenrst Monday of June. A. I). 1872,
nravlna fof thTalteratlon and straightening
5nhe lllto Road leading from TifflS, In Sei?
eca county toDeaance,Tn Defiance 'eonnty,
nhi. mmonduil a point on tbe half seo-
tinniiinif seclieo six ( Id township. two3),
3 nrangeelw(12) W ta aau'county
of Haenculoble. a (aw roda south-west of
Wm. Redman dweinng-nonae, thence an
etusterlvdlreclioa across lands of said Ked
mtn" XmeaMeSlly. until it lntereecte the
nralllnt stale Boadas above-namedornear
fhI-lUnl-i- of eald JameTMcCaily.
to:r4t,7cutu treat bend in said roai.
and laying It on Better grounu.
snd many other Petitioners.
The Marvin House,
JAMES IBTIW, Proprietor,
Cor, Mala aad Front Streets,
OOP ACCOMMODATIONS I AND .PLENTY
J OI btw awwaa. Aau J
87 jain Street.
Now receivlog a full and complete stock of
HATS & CAPS,
SPRING SUMMER TRADE
C LOTHIIS G
Atercatt Bargalaa tttBCBWAB'H.
Law Office in Blufilon.
W. H. ANDERSON,
AVINO REMOVED TO BLUFETON,
a lien County, will nractlce law In Han'
oock, Allen ana ruiuani couuiles, ana
f.rlv attend thai
Ions of Courts in
Findlay, as baratofors.
Thursday, April 26, 1872.
Obaix. Wheat belter at II JO; Oats 5032.
BcTTiB-Dnll at 16ct for choice.
arms- uriea - cr
Bacon. Shoulder. 4c: HidL n.n.. i,
Beaks i wi t;
Eoos " ii
FBATHKRS , BU
Tiini-Wh..! 7 gu
WHKAT I alal sn
8 h axp Pelts
Wool , ,
Turkeys ' m ,
Live Stock Markets.
BUFFALO, April 23.
Cattle -Receipts 151, making the total snp
Dly for the week thus far beslnninv wlthHnn.
uay ,&. or am cars, against auz cars last week.
Tbe market la not so strong as last week, but
no material ehanae in nrioea Is nollceahla
Males 07s Illinois steers of lul to vu tt .t
ia 2ta7,w; is aiiasoon steers of itui M at VJflc
& Cherokeea of 112. Re at to.75; sa Ohio steers
or i.is to i,ii u at as.wxe.au.
bheep Keeeiptav, making the snpply for
the week thus far. 2.ju against 3,uU last week
Tbe market thus far la active and everything
sold. Clipped sheep are quoted at ta,0U(a)7,50,
and wooled at K.OUiVu. On Monday l&u
wooieu uniogi i iu sw, peneei in an resperta,
sold at 110,50, the highest price of tbe season.
Male to-day 210 clipped Ohio of VI As at tHfiO.
Hour Receipts toOU.makinn thesuDnlv for
the week, thus far, lu.suo, against 7,oo0 last
week : IS ears on market. Tbe sales comprise
LH ef from 176 to 37S lbs at
BUFFALO, April 21.
Cattle Receipts 8(7. maklnsthe total for
the week thus far 5,567 or M cara, against SOU
car last week. The market la slroug at yea-
cars tasi weea. xne niaraei ia air
terday . prices. Hales 6a Iilinol
1015 to 148S Ea at S5,dUa7,0a; 4MCana
and steers of Hut to loft da, at il,t-
Illinois steers or
Eis. at 1 1.6. ! Mlehliran
steers of 1346 Bm at i,7S; 32 Tex a-, steers of Ties
me at x.oe ubioimwi or i.sjs wm ss jriL. 7.
bbbep. BeoeipU 2,000 makes the snpply for
tbe week hua far 4,400, agaiusl 4,uuu last
week. The market la Brm at Tuesday's Quo
tations. Bales 412 dipped Ohio sheep of M to
n an yj,wr(f ' ,W, sa wuoieu UUlO OI &J to it
Be at tMtJ&
Hooa Receipts TOO. making the supply for
me weea iiius lar lliutl, against ISM
wnea. oaies oou oi i.i to 4iv pounus at SI 71H
MORRISON BOY EKH Aft Dliniiin. In
ML Victory. Hunlin enunlv. O . Anrtl
by B. Boyen, He v. J. W. H. AtorrMon, of WH-
preacher on tbe Alt. Victory (Jircult.aod Mm
Kllza Boyera,of William couuty, O.Utarof
tbe officiating mi n later.
COBB DAVIS On tha 18th. at the l)rl.li
mother, bv Elder A. Ellla. Air. Alarion I'ohh
auu AiuM Bailie J . Davta. both of thi County.
COLE CONE April 18. 1X72. at tbe Bvan.
felloal paraonaue, by Kev. K. B. ('route. Mr.
L K. Cole aud Miaa Julia A. Cone, both of thin
CHAMBERL1N HAGERMAN ADrll 2ld
at the residence of the bride' parenu, by U.
W. Miller, Mr. Lewla K. Chamberlln.of Unm-
...i. v.. wuiu, mi 9Kimm vims j oi. xxagerMttll oi
, i 1 i it.,.. . k f . . ( i r
SMITH PUTNAM A Dill ISth. bv Rev. J
. Meek. In Find lav. Mr. Calvin Smith and
hi t uunarine ratnam, ait of tnia county.
township, on Sunday. ADrll It 1S72. of con
gestion ot the lungs, Mr. Robert lvy. In his
HARSH At his resilience In Kimllav. on
Thursday, April II, 1372, Mr. M. 1). llarsh.
ageu si 3 ci. auu ' uiuuuu.
THE UBE1T CAl'SE
Juii Publuhed in a Sealed Envelope. JYfce S eft,
A Lectareasi the Matmre, Traataaeat
and Radical Cure ol Seminal Weakness, or
Hpermatorrlwea, Induced by Self-Abuse, In
voluntary emissions. luiDolenev. inervous
Debility and Impedimenta to Marrlace gener
ally ;iunauaipuuu( epilepsy, anu r its ; Men
tal and Physical Incapacity, etc. By ROB. J.
CULVERWELL. M. D., Author of the
"Green Book." Ac
The world-renowned author. In this admira
ble Lecture, clearly proves I rum hlaown ex
perience mat the awful consequences of Self
Abuse may be effectually removed without
medicines, and without damieroua survlral
operations, bougies. Instrument, rings, or
cordial. Dolni line out a mode of cure at once
certain ana enectuai oy wnicn every sunerer,
no matter what hi condition may be, may
core himself cheaply, privately, andradical-
TH1S1.BX1XKE WILL. PROVE A BOON
THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS.
Sent under seal. In a plain envelope, to any
address, on receipt of alx cents, or two poataite
stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwell'a Marrlae
uuiue, price ve cents. Aaaressine ruoiisueni,
137 Bowery. New Vark.
4l-y Post Office Box 4.5M.
Administrator's Notice !
OTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
undersigned have been duly appointed
1 qualified as Administrators of ttie eotare
of L.D. 8hippy, late of Cass township, Han
cock County, Ohio.deceased.
jun.i XI . nn..M I,
AprWTJ-St DAVID W. EOWLEB.
rpO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 8PORTS-
I men anil others are hereby notified, that
they are forbidden to shoot game of any kind
on the premise or farm of tbe nnderslgued
bv BDecial nermiasion.
April 1 ltfi:
72. RICHARD 81 M8.
REDERICK F. PARKER, Robert & Par
ker, and Dora Alice Parker will take no
tice that m petition was Bled against them
on the 2Mh day of March. A. IX 1K72. in the
Court of Common Pleas, within and fur the
county of Hancock, btate ot onio, oy i iieopu
IliuCarnahan. and Is now pending, wherein
said Thoopbllus Carnahan demands partition
tbe following real eaate, situate in aaid
Corey saildltlon to tbe town of Findlay, lu
said county; and that at tbe next term of
said court said Theopbilas Carnahan will ap
county, to wit : Inlot No. elRhtiHiln V anoe
ply lor an orueriuai partition may ue in sue
J. F. Bcbket. Att'y for petitioner.
March -V, lt2-w.
ARY WILSON, widow of Archibald Wil
oeased. and Robert M. Wilson, David E. Wll
son, Isabella A. Downs and A. M. Downs, her
son, late of Hancock county onio, uu-
buHband, Charles M. Wlloon and Allies it
Wilaon. Infant children of Miles B. Wilson
deceased: all of Benton county Iowa; Wil
liara M. Wilson, of Miami county, Kansas ;
Martha W. smith and Jacob Biniin, ner Hus
band, ol Johnson county, Kansas, all heir at
law of aaid Archibald Wilson, deceased,
Abraham Wise, Henry Wise, Elixabeth
Jannl and James Jacob, her husband.
Samuel Wise and John Wise, of Hancock
county Ohio, William Wise.oi owacso, Mich
igan, Daniel Wise, of Louisville, Kentucky,
and Elisabeth Wise and Saleni Wise, her
husband, of Van Buren county Iowa, will
take notice that a petition was filed against
tbem on the 3d day of April. A. D.1872, in the
Court of Common Pleas, within, and for, the
county of Hancock, btate of bio, by Thomas
L. Martin, and Is now pending wherein said
Thomas L. Martin sets lortli tbat he has a
legal right to, and la seised in lee simple ot
the undivided seven seventeenth parts of the
following real estate situate In Hancock coun
ty. State of Ohio. rix. : The East half of the
Southeast quarter of section eleven (11) in
township one, (I) North range twelve east,
excepting therefrom ten acres of land out of
tne riortneaat corner tnereoi, ana iwojacres
of land out ol tbe Northwest corner thereof.
That aaid parties are tenants in common with
nun in said premises, anu saiu iihhdh a
Martin does. In his said petit on. demind
partition of said real estate, and that at the
next term of said eouit the said Thomas L.
Martin will apply for an order that partition
may be made of aaid premise.
TilOM AO Lw A1.1CW1H.
James A. Bopb his Attorney.
April . 1872-wti
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE FIRM OF BALLARD AHTRDU this
day dissolved by mutual consent. The
books and notes of the firm will be held three
months for settlement and collection. All
persons knowing themselves Indebted to us
are expected to call within that tlmeon either
Diii.nl nr llnrd and close up their accounts.
By doing so they will avoid tbe annoyance of
April 1, 101 t A .
nr. Tf. D. Ballabd will answer ail profess
ional calls at the old office.
Dr. A. Hurd haa fitted op an office over
Schwartz A Knna'a Grocery store. Entrance
first stairs nortn of old office, where be will
attend to all professional calls.
HAVING EITHER TOWN rrtorfcriTX o
Farms ro Rent, can have attention dl
rectd ta the same, by leaving word with us.
without cost to either tne owcer or renter.
THE NORTH AMERICA
Certificate ol Compliance for Publication.
BTATE OF OHIO,
Auditor ow State's Office,
DIPABTXEXT or ISSTJBASCB,
Columbus. Jan. 3S, 1S7-
...nmr i a rnr ivhi'r a ni KLvai rAn i
" . -..w ,. V ..T.rirL lVvited at PHILA
DELPHIA, in the Slate of Pennsylvania, has
filed in this Office a sworn Statement, by the
proper Officers thereof, showing 11 condition
l .n.i hAMMimnlled.in all respects
witn tbe iawa of thU Slate relating to Fire In
surance companies. . ,
NOW, TH ERErOBK. IP rara-ini -,
IAMM WILLIAMS. Auditor of the State of
Ohio, do hereby certify, that said Lompany Is
anlharlxed to taansact its apprupr wj u
in this State, In acoordance with law. nntll
the Slat day of January, a. D.1S7S. The con
dition and business of said Company, at the
date of such Statement, (Dec-l, IsTl.jIs shown
Amount of actual paid op Capi
tal . ' '
Aggregate amount of available
A mt regale amount ol LlahiliiaMs
texceps capiu,i o
I iiKii r.nce
Amount of Income for tho pre-
ceeding year in cash,.
Amount of Expenditures for tha
ti receding yearui m,
In witness whereof, I have hereon to
rt al subscribed my name, ana caosra
l""1 .h. u.l il tnvrimoe to be a Hi led.
tba day ana year auove wriueu.
JAMES WILLI A Md, Auditor of Stale.
D. B. BEARDSLEY & CO-'AQ'TS,
April 1st. FINDLAY, OHIO.
STAID FROM OTDERIi
They sell DRY GOODS, MILLINERY,
Hats, Caps, Boots,
than any other house
They keep everything nice, new, and nob
by in all the above-named
has become a household word that Eaton's
is the place to go to
erybody says so, and
must be true.
With their new addition thev have the
finest Store-room in
is cheerful. The proprietors are cheerful; I
the salesmen are cheerful. Go to Eaton's
for Goods, and You will alwavs go away
make all Cheerful.
Don't mistake the
MELODEON HALL BUILDING,
n Tlrtftw Wnvtli v 4i rtlrl TfATitA-iAn rn--na- V.( QI.Af I
v vwawava uv . viu
In all the above mentioned Goods. Stock
always Full and Complete in Every Depart
ment. JOHN EATON & CO.
Would call tha attention of the
'AXLES, CUTLERY AND BELTING,
WOOD WORK FOR WAGONS AND BUSIES.
And all goods usually kept In their line.
NISHAVITZ'S PULVERIZING HARROW
Molino Walking Cultivator,
The best implement ot its kind manufactured,
Clipper Mower and Reaper,
JOHNSON'S (HID M01YIR AND SELF-W
The only Sucoeaeiul Self-Hake
QUAKER SULKY PLOW ATTACHMENT
Ami Vlnwa nt iliflTereni manufactures,
ns a call betore making your purchases,
.. . .
- Goods House
Shoes, etc., Cheaper
west of New York.
Goods, and it
get goods chap. Ev
what everybody says
Goods, at low Prices,
place, but go to the
mi uuwu vviU hibui i pp
nuMic to their - large
They are also Agents for the celebrated
in use. We also sell the
second to none in the market. Give
and we will give you satisfaction at
x?u i a fotoo 4f
D. B. BEARDSLBV k CO.
Real Estate Agents,
Offer the following Choice
Property for Sale.
mWO CHOICE LOTS ON WOttTti Sluts ur
good substantial (enje, and guileied aud
I Uncoln Street, t st o. Alain, incioaeu ot
pave in iron iwi icwuumiw.
HE UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF INTEREST
In Cooper nop. Materials anu loois, ana
two lots of ground, on wnicn tne same is situ
ated lnFlndlay.it. Theshop is in operation
and doings paying bnsinea . Will be sold
A SMALL. BKICK. nuust, Amu iaji
r.nurHL. North Findlay. Pleasant rt-sl-
deuce for small family. Location desirable.
Price low and terms easy,
a FARM or fclijlll l-jiincci A rtrja
framedwelllng house, barn, orchard and never
falling springe! good water. Location 4 mile
f with Hd acres cleared. A auod 1 star
east of Carey, on Ty mncntee creea. r arm
composed of about equal parts, upland and
Kiver out torn tan us.
TWO LOTS ON WESTSANDCSK i STREFT
well fenced, with side walk:. Street Me-
Adamixed. For sale or trade for wild Liuds
la Hancock, Putnam or N ood counties.
SE LOT ON EAST LINCOLN STREET
vi ill seiicaeep tow casu
FIR BALE OR TKADB. A VALUABLt
residence ou South-side of Sandusky Bl
and near tbe business part of town, a good
story dwelling house, wll a eieten rooms
sll oomplfte, wooi house, wen, cistern. Darn
and trull trees. Will he sold for one-third
purchase money tn nanu, anu one-iniru la
one and two years.
1 nf ACRES PRIME LAND IN VERNON
1DU Couuly, Wisconsin, well located, good
soil, snd about oue-ball of the tract well tim
bered. Will sell for cash or exchange for
lands in this or adjoining counties. Price s
O A fi ACRES IN OOUGLA88 COUNTT.
J-U Minnesota, 2U miles Irom Railroad
runnlna from St. Cloud to tbe Northern Pa
cific B.R Well timbered, and abundauee of
good clear water. Five miles from county
seat. Will sell or trade for property lu this
GOOD CORNER IT WITH FRAME
house, bars, out buildings, well, cistern
aud allkindsof fruit. Piles fl-Ou, payments
mWO LOTSON CLINTON STREET .NORTH
I Findlay. Uood uew frame house-far two
families. Fire years to make payment.
W. T. 1(11.
C. X. SIT Jto tB.
The Best Pictures I
CAN B8 OBTAINXIr AT
West .Side, - -
CALL iS SEE!
4 IX PKBHONB ARE HEREBY NOTIIKtD
t dm l inw any ui uiy iiianujr, u wj
iL-count, 1 will pay dbii oi Uielr coi-
a LARGE VARIETY of the celebrated
A BlThom-Clocka:.. aocksof aU
itylesandprlea,at G. W . KIM-EL'S.
Jun 3 7lf
. . nv BTnrnr of Latest Styles ot Fin
nid Jewelry: also, Black jewelry and
;raceleta-Chep-al . U. W.KIMMJU.
R., Ft. W. & C. Railway.
ftSAND AFTER Nov. LJth.lm. TyiT
U 8tUona daily. vSSLtYS
a SUilOWV :
TKAnrs eono WEST.
11.45 a mi
I ...J A
I vresM e-. r,
5.00 p m
6.10 a m
TBAIS OOI!0 EAST.
Ctleaiml ASOam S20S
Plymth . a m.ll 06 p m
4.20 D ml 1.42 am
For-st 4.20 p ml SOVsml Warn S-zaaa
r-.i'JA AoOpmi t.pm 4.20am S-ioam
CrBBUeiD'llam T.uopm! 4J0am ASOant
Mansfl1d!l2.0tspm 7.2pm Aiwaml aosant
OrrvUle.- 2,5pmi S.JUpml 7.00a m:il.l2a m
Alliance-! 4.40pm U.oOpm 8-Wam l jjfn
Kocneet r T.i.pmi i.wia nij n.w a uii -j k-
r-tttaburg S.SSpm 2.10amiiaopm imp"
F. R. MTERS,
tieneral Paaaenger and Ticket Ag't.
Lake Erie and Louisville Railroad
To take effect Monday, Nov. 13. 1871.
STATIONS. Passenger. aadMali.
Leave r.-o.ay - ZZF
- Arcaoi- " " -
Arrive Foatorta - StJ
7:li - M "
T: 4:10 "
No. 4 N-A.
STATIONS. Passenger. aad Mali
Leave Eiemont f-l? P J
" Winters -? M ;
m Kansas S.4 .XJU
.. , w 7 Ol 10.07
Arrive r'ostori a
7 1 "10.J -
.0O " 1L40
t'lnaaeonneetlona are made at Monroeville
tor Mansfield, Columbus, Ac. Leaving Eindlay
at 5.40 a m, arrive at Cleveland at iu-w a iu.
and Toledo at 10-00 am. . ,.,
Leave t leveiana u- p n -155
p m, arriving at Findlay same evening.
Leaving Cleveland at . a m, and Toledo at
I.SO a m, arrive at Vlndlay at HJO w.
Leave Kindlay at l.a p m, arrive at Cleve
land at S.40 and Toledo at 7.35 same evening.
mr- famorrt ty tAu nxnt anil rracA ytdiu0
rrler than bf es Afrrot.
D-M.k.i -a ifriont. in Cleveland and
i-T-. i h- tiknt oiricea of the Lake Shore
A Mlchhtan Southern Railway Company,
at aucniRau x . RAWSONSup't.
. H. Buaaoo. Master Transportation.
Sandusky and Cleveland
On and after Monday, Nov. 12,1871, trains will
run as follows sunoavae-oepieu;:
itmliay Aec Au
Lear rindlay , a am-11 45 am
Ar've fsifir . a -in am fiaipm
lZX, Carey - g f
.. i imn .... . K
7 12 am.
8 45am3i) put
g Alain... to pm
;0 55 anxJouS pm
JO40 pm7 40 pm
Th5.J0a m train eonnecta at Carey w
i.i! aolna sonth.reaching Forest at 10il a
iipm.i iu piu
mall going so'
Kenton at 11
11.20 p m ; Beuefontaine at 1Z-W a
iTrhana at iB d m : Boringneiu at z. ,
p m;Oeborn iiuupsiiijwu,wr",i
Cincinnati ate.00 p m.
; uiwuiMit v i ' k ' 7
MaxL. "' Ac.
Lean Buffalo S 00 pm 05 aiu
Xoieuo .auam , maoam
Cleveland. S 35 am 2 M pm
Sandusky S 00 am 4 50 pm
Arrive Clyde 8 4 am pm
Leave Clyde- 8 55 am P
. Tifttn 42am , 47 pin
rrrtKCarey 10 20 am Z "Pm
Leave Carey 10 25 am .. J P
f f y . ndlav 11 0am ,. ir:"Pm
imiwuuni iwiinu reached bv this line can be
Tu Diiimu Trrtm from Kinaisv so ait
procured at the station In Findlay- Through
Tickets to Findlay by this line are on sale
at the offices of the Lake SUore.and in Toledo
B-VQQ AGE CHECKED THROTJ CH.
Ass'taupi t-ree auu wwm
a. M BBOXSOy.Oeneral Ticket Agent.
J. G. STRACK, .
New Improved Family
Sewing1 Machine !
THE QROVE8 ASOBAK-n mauiu.i- is
nnMl.i n rat-class one. as an v one can see
by calling ar Mr Strack's rooms. Just South of
the Depot, where they will always find a
large stock, and at prices that
Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas and
Advertising alone does not produce
swata . It s. f a
success, xne ining wnicn is aaver
Used mast have intrinsic murit, or
else large advertising will eventually
do it more harm than good. II yon
have anything which you know to be
good, advertise it thoroughly, and you
will be sure to succeed if it ia poor,
don't praise it, for people will soon
discover yon are lying.
Such is the policy of the Barling
ton Route, which runs to three great
regions in the West : 1st, To Omaha,
connecting with the great Pacific
Roads. 2d, To Lincoln, the capital
of Nebraska, and all that beautiful
region south oi the Platte, filled with
E. R. landa and homesteads. 3d, To
St Joseph, Kansas City and all Kan
The roads are splendidly built,
have the best bridges, finest cars, the
Miller platform and coupler, and the
safety air brake (to prevent the losa
of life that ia every where else hap
pening) ; Pullman's sleepers, Pull
man dining cars, large and powerful
engines (to make quicK tune ana
good connections), and are in a word
the best equipped roads in the West.
So that if you desire to go safely,
surely, quickly and comfortably to
any point in Southern Iowa, Ne
braska, Kansas, or on the Pacific
Roads, be sure that you go "By Way
AU who wish particular informa
tion, and a large map, showing cor
rectly the Great West, and sll its
railroad connections, can obtain
them, and any other knowledge, by
addressing General Passenger Agent,
B. & Mo. R. B. Burlington, Iowa.
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u the IrUJtE STlCs"
First, Extra fcize and room nnder
Second. Simplicity, Direct Action.
Third. Ease of Operation.
Fourth. Nobelessness no Cams or
Filth. Cylindrical hardened Cast
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Sixth: Superior Automatic Take-np.
Seventh. Self-Adjusting Tensions.
Eighth. Can not be put out of time
or adjustment by use. This is a qual
ity possessed by no other machine in
Ninth. Great Bangs of Work.
Tenth. Durability of working part.
Warranted for Seven Years!
The "Domestic" excels on Light Work
and Beats All on the Heaviest.
The -Domestic" is the "King" of Lock
Stitch Sewing Machines.
Challenges the World !
P. B. ZAY, Agent,
Do not boy a Sewing m
ve given the "Domestic
Sewing Machine nnt
i -Domestic" a thoroug
yoo have given
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