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J?. ?. DE.WOJjFJS 4b. CO., Proprietors.
VOL. xvni-NO T.
Let us have Faith that Bight makes Might, and in that Faith let us to the end dare to do our Duty as we understand it. Ah-aham Lixcolh
TEItlZS Tic o Dollars Per Annum
FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, IS72.
WHOLE NUMBER 6S4
-.y4rast rmt Door
vo. nix momne. i
tia v 1 a . mad e 1 argeaddiUona to on rwtabl Uh-
in iu snap 01 mturauoi iuc
c ireful workmen, we ire prepared to execute
rJT tor rrery variety of rAcr
Paiirrnro with neatness and dlspsaeiL.
ine Mdtuon ot Bte-sn ftrr"""":
Mitffmrii n. .. ... uiniiiim over moat
eo-intry offices ln tha way "w JT1T. "
worfcoallwitha- as beeTtoeed.
PIHHT fRKSBrTMMlAM CHURCH.Hev.A.
If Tin his I'BSKir tr " T nu at
loo'i-otoea, je. m. Bao.
balb School '--, A. AC. Prayer Meel-
I m 7 o'clock F. at- T-armiay evening, cor.
nerof Main and Hsr-i streets.
V1IOST VOSURXiATIQSAL CHUBCH&vr,
lug 7 e clock Thursday evening. Broadway,
OUUI ol auwwBakiwei.
UK run D1S1 XPISCOPA L HUR CI1. Rev
jllrer fcLenusd, raster. Services every ttab-b-Ui
at 1H 'clock. A. Cnd 7 o'clock, P.
t. Banns in pcmoqi . ciuca, r. St. i-rayer
Meeting 7 o'clock Tbtunday evening, ten
duaky street, w eat at Malu slua . . ....
K1ULlsa VVVBXAAM OBVRCH, ReT.
Ueo. -tiller. Pater, tsei saw every tt boats
mx a o'clock, A. aL and 7 o'clock, P. at-
Habbavk Bcbool oX o'clock, A. at. Prayer
deetlng 74'etoeK Thars-ay evening, uw-
ford street areas i muam
IT .11TKO BRETHREN IN CHRIST. Rev.T
J. MarbauKbPaator. Bervloea every Sabbath
at M o'clock, A. M-anoVJolook, P. M.,Hab
Uath Hcnooi at o'eiock, A. M. - Prayer Met
ng 7 o'clock Tbomday evening. -tjorae of
Crawford and Weetevree. -
Kev. J. W.AwKBrman.raeior eterviceaoa
ttabbatliatluS o'clock, A. and 7 o'cloc,
P.M. eaboaUMcbool atzXP.M- Prayer
meeting every Tbora day evening at J
SI. MICH AKL'S CATHOLIC CHLRCH.&BY
. U. Yodm, Paator. fcfery otner wennain.
KlntMaaM eo'oMca, A. ttignauaea
lu, A. M Cateoblam at i, P. M. twrvloeala
Cnglbin, tiermao and French. Maea every
moraine at a o'clock. A. M. west ena oi
U CRM AN LUTHERAN l8Ljo)m.U)CHZrB.CH,
Uev. M. Boerkle, Pastor, bervlces every
utber Baboath at U o'clock, A. kU, Uabbatii
Bchool at o'clock, A. AC. eUnglng Society at
7 o'clock Friday evening. . Comer of West
and Front streets. -
E T0U8H Rlf ORMU (SL Fomft) CM UR CE,
Kv. Joatab May. rawc. Bervjoee every
other ttebbatb al 10 o'clock, A. M. astend
of Main-Cross street. ; "
URR.MA M KAf URMMD CHURCH. Be. J. O.
Bobi, Pastor. Merrlces every -other Baboath
at o'clock, A. M. aboatk rJcbool at t
o'clock, A. M. Prayer MeeUsc a 7 o'clock
Wednesday eveniug. Et, end
Uneton, Pastor. Kervieee every eaiwaui
atlitHo'doek,A.M-and o'clock, P. M.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. ctan
dnsky street east of Main.
pisnriT nnnnCIL. ffft. S8 M. & AT.
Regular Con vocation second Monday In each
month. Jakvb Wilson, T. i. O. M-, B. B.
FIHDLA T CHAJPJ
lUwnlar Oon vocation.
month. B. F. aUmoaa,H. P.
lay. Secretary. -
SR. SO. 88. K. A. M.-
on. First Monday In each
, D. B. liKAKUe
. . ,ytny, mm a A
Regular Cotainumoauou jrim uu .xuuu
Wedneadays la eaoh month. M.B.PAX-rca
Boa W M,0- X lWoweoreUiy,.;
BLAtiCHARb LODG&, 1TO. 0&'J.jrA.'lZ
Kegulax Oomnranteatlon Second and Fourth
Wedneadays In each Bcbnthw- B. F. Kim
NONH.W. AL, r. W. FtkauaHeeretary. .
OOLDKS SULM 'eSCAMVXKXT, ITO. .
L O. O. f. Stated moatlngs on the second
and fourth Fridays or each month, 7 clock,
F. M In Odd Fellows' Hall. D.C,Fs
C and D. T. WntokBa, Scribe.
SASCOCK LODOX, Jraj7a, M. O. . 1
Ktated meeUng every Taesday evening at
TiskTlTaCiaOdd Fellow's Hall. J. F.
Bukkkt,. K. J. C PowkJ- Bec'y.
Departure and ArriTal of Mails at tba
. nndlayPiistrOfllcv, -
Oxrrv Branch G el A O. RR' ttO a. m -rrvwLmlBramcklj.
M.A L RR-- l&p.. ' '
- ARBrVAM. - -
Cbrew Bra C ft C AH-f 7-J p. M. ;
- vtrarrosi. - .
yon rea. Porta?, iftmvmam BewHae
VreeaToesday, Thursday aod Saturday, at
11U BlMcSard, HoucU&m and ZtMf't Comer 1
Tuesday and Baturaay, a P-v -Ja. -1
ArUngum, WMammm nart iihr Tuesday I
d Baturaay, a . -s,or I
d Friday, at I p. m.-
eo Tuesday suna sT' , ,
ttrnum iM BumUy mmt JVdlrtisi Friday,
McCeatoawi cvfovs OtHer-Wedneaday and
Saturday, all t-m . -
Open at 7 a. m. and close at p. at
Persons holding boxesmost pay rent on ithe
same within the first ten dayso leach quarter,
ttaarters ooinmence Jan, April. J nly and Oct.
lpersons taking papers through the ce
most ny the postage In advance, or theywlll
iMtdisoootinaed. Tbe following are um quar
terly rates of postage t pers puoiiaueu wjt
n tiinTa wSekT& eenu ; 6 times, 30 cent;
SiimSTlSeenu; twice a week. 10 oenU; once
a week. 6 eenta; monthly, over 4 ounces,
vm of ISevew Usn twaerW tm
siIrasBatwl tkeMper at Six Ballara
rerABSiaiaa. - - - - -
J. H.JOKMT0K. : aTBW BC AjraXtT.
JOHVbTOS A MeASEtXY.
TTORNET8 AND COUNSELLOBS AT
ed to their care
OAoe in -Head-1
.... 4at lirrv .
1 M, w.
A. Tt ABBEBtawKi
TTOBNEY ATIAwVwf0aed P J
nreoileetlona. OffloeJU rpJLJS"!
lover Butbrauir A Corey's Jlardwsre BtoreJ
Mi a Street, Flndlsy. Otilo. - ' :""
ATTOB5EI ax taviviu 'ir", , Z. I
ly to business rJpBclslonUon given I
... iieeUons. Office lu Corey's BtrUding, I
V C G. BARBS.
.movv AT T AW AV COLLECTION
A Agent. OffiewlnOarfrn Bloeoppe-(
a!5 the Oonrt He, Speela aV"rtion kIv
. .i in ia .nh ennntrv. Loans
Tabes a. bopk,
A TTORSET AIliAWi",
moe over W.LDarU Co. Store. Matal
atreet, rlndiay. unw. - - --
HKBBTBBOWK : ' " " '
KOWI A WM.
vr -Old WhU '"..eT-1
r(lr-rtllOUW.sVDa wau r "-".
7" . . , ,1 lawfcI ,isUl-M-te-lsrttaW-.
aooal attention u sl tofs tH-vpea. e
. vnfinrT VRFT.tvOR AT LA W
? E-o7 5v- C-sVa-ttM-V PsrU.
JoH:..... 11 at the Ooart
la) roam w .. -j
K - -
( Boose. I
f.1!? KLfL c-rt-Tod will give
"A.""rrT ail-b-riie-i placed
!rcjTV- wia-i-r's aaoca,
a.uBKii.gT. , -a
s TTORNIty AT LAW and Claim -MSB
A .i.vri. iJ-Ti-ai and U.S. Court
. j . a m. i is it insi m iua k upw
. . .. '
. . lll- -.P '
TTORNEY AT LAW dt gjj
1 1 ZZ , ui.u.w ,V-.
xa. wiu t"----. .., Miook
BV nwmw . i. . ,
.. Jr. rsiBt-tos, ';
A T.Fi"rThr- cSr-Drug store,
N orth ol Court Ho-- " , Jan-u, ,lrlj
wsuoJ Wk. m.
a .ensr-Tb---Ot-i u-ainasi dane i-Oerastost
, flAOK. . . PAaXTf CAS--
Joss A. MixsA, Cashier: . ..
-KCCHCHjuC-.v ... ;
IS K-nEB801TB BMCK, Tindlay,
SaUa Drafts oaEna-BjLGlgaii A-,rmsny,
and all prlnolpai usi oX iopelln au-ua
ncBours from Vi o'clock, M
it. JMrtnOn: V. tOtnyr.H
A naSd losttoiy - fi TT-d
DL i. A. BOSESBEate,
given to the treatment of natural teellu
Teeth Oiled with gold-toll, tin-loll and stiver.
Satlafaction guaranteed In all eases. Office
over Welsh's bboe Store, Main Street Flndlay
rwPERATrVE AND KBCHAXICAI VETS-
J tint, Cromley1 Block. All operations
oertalnins to tbe tinrriim. arfnllv and
sklllfnlly performed. Residence, No 23, West
KB. J. CUE.
CUKUEOS DENTIST, havlne practiced twra-
ly-nve rears in r m virinin
lnxert teeth in all ihiiir.ni -i. fua
TeeiQ anl Oama treated In aacientiflc man
ner, xeeu extracted without pain. Office in
Henderson's Block, over Hancock Bank.
S.A.KlLSItt,D. D.a. J.o. KELtEK, D. nyS.
KLXTKEB at KELLCK.,
SA. Keltwek, Operative and Mechanical
DenUat. J. J. Killer. ODeraUve Dentist.
Artlflcial teeth made of all styles, natural
teeth filled with eold. silver. Ac- and teeth
extracted without pain with laughing gas,
chloroform, Ac Branch offices, tilil 1st
day of each month. AnA 'id Friday of each
month. Office in Findlay.over Baker A Co '
nnue store. same entrance to i,vie's xncture
watiery- Jlay lu, 44-lL.
CtORNER MAIN AND CORT STREETS. A
I nnt-clase bonne In everv narticnlar.
W m. Marvin & Oo. Proprietors , alao, dealers
In BnuiUlea. Wluea. LiuiKliu I ' I i ru hmrimn
and Kye WuUkien, Klc
RENX1NGER, Proprietor. Comer Main
aad Maln-Oroaa atreeta. FlndlavTOhto.
'I'ue central location of this lioiue makea It
tbe moat desirable place to stopat in Flndlay.
uetaoiea are always supplied witu tne oest
u uie maraet. uooa statties anu nosuera.
J. J. WHEELER t CO
t EALEBS In Staple and Fancv Drv Ooods.
XJ iiroceries. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps,
eux,etc, Kos. bl and est, Main Street, Flndlay,
M. a, BAXUKTIICB. w. s. rosT
J. s. Biutnm co
DEALERS IN FOREIGN and Domestic Dry
Oooda, Millinery Ooods, Yankee Notions,
tw une uoous, ennuamng uooos, ko. v, auun
THE GREAT CASH HOUSE, "Old WhltS
Comer," by Court House. A complete Dry
Goods Store, Clothing Store, Boot and Shoe
Store, Hat and Cap etture. Millinery Store, Fur
Store, Carpet Store. The place where close
nuyers ouy. follow tne crowo.
PATTEKMIS at W1XBEBS,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODSIilllnery Goodr
Ladles' and Gent's Furs, Clothing, Car
peta. Hats, Caps, etc, Nos. 7 and Main St
r inoiay. umo.
D. CUR at BOBS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
in Groeereis, Flour, Fish and a General
variety in the Grocery and Provision line.
Good prices paid for Butter, Errs, and Conn
try Produce generally. East side of Main 8U,
nrst door north of uou iiouse biock, r inaiay,
Ohio. April 15, TO-tf.)
ISAAC DAVIS. EtKXT B 61II9,
DATD A- GBEES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
and Commission Merchant and Dealers
In Flour, Salt, Fish, Wooden aad Willow Ware
Ac, At, Corner of Main and Sandusky Streets.
W. Xh DAVIS. J. W. DAVIS. X. X. DkTWILBB
DATII BROS, at CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
and dealers in Flour. Provisions. Wooden
Willow and Stone Ware, Confectionery, Fruits
Notions and general variety. Goods at Whole
tale, at Cleveland and Toledo prices. Nos.21
and 2X, Main Street
DEALERS In Agricultural Implements,lron
Nails. Glass, tiash. Putty. Bent Work. Cut-
Ivl J y AVU LLSCTI UU AArjOlaJ IPtt XMlMUg sum 1U11
tock of Shelf Uootitv Iso. Ewiuc's Rock,
W. V.TOST. M.
PHYSICIAN AND 8DRGEON, HAS PER
manently located in Houcklown. lor the
practice of his profession. s"A full supply
of Drugs constantly on handVa All calls
promptly attended to.
F. W. FIRM I Jf. If.
TYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE
Store. Residence on East Hardin Street, 2d
house East of Presbyterian Church.
CHAS OBSTKaXOI. w. at, datwiub
' OESTERIXS A BeTWILEK.
-v-v 0MCEPATHI(3 PHYSICIANS A STJR-
IX GEONS. Office and Residence Main SL,
oppOKibe -Qoit Hoose." Flndlay Ohio.
EKTRIM.1H at MILLEBL.
PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS. Surgical and
Chronic cases desiring te eonsult Dr. Kn
trlkln will find him In tbe office on Wednes
days and Saturdays from 10 o'clock a. m. to X
o'clock p. m. Dr Miller can be consulted on
Tuesdays and Fridays at same hears. Office
In room formerly occupied by Dr. Entrikin.
INVITES THE ATTENTION OF THE LA
dies to her fresh and desirable stock of Mil-
UneryGoods, Hats, Bonnets and Trimmings;
In fact, a general assortment ot Ladles' Fur
nUhiug Goods of tbe latest styles, bought al
the late declineyand will be sold atoomsnon
ding prices. Lannert's Block, East side Main
Streek Flndlay, Ohio. April 5, 70-U
HISS fCUA A. PARKER,
1VESIRES to call attention to her stock
U Millinery Goods, Hats, Bonnetaand Trim.
minga, which she Is receiving at W. H. A J. J
Wheel w's Store, Main Street, Flndlay, Ohio.
W.B.OSBOkX. I A. BALDWUi
' OSBORN At BALDWIN,
f1 ENEBAL PRODUCE M ERCHANTS. Desl-
OT ers In Butter, Eggs, Lard, Feathers, rteedr.
Dried Fruits, Beeswax, Pelts, Hides and Coon
try Produce 01 all descriptions.
T OTTOS BRObU
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERStn
'Cigars. Tobacco. rJnuBT and Pipes. A
ulendid stock of Fine Cut. Short's Plug and
A tun une 01 iaieixuous
nmoklng Tobacoov A lull line 01 Gaieuc
eoogtantly on hand. No. 74, Mala Street,
CHAIN CRADLES AND
ShoD North of the LE.tLE.IL Sign of
the Big cradle, Flndlay, Ohio. Apr a urn
THE GREAT CAUSE
A. Latre em tie Katnra, Traatssemt
I t. j 1 t 1 ur.i,.-.
UU AmnAlJM. V-L-U - CW-IUIUAl WV vmm. UC-O, VI
I spe-njon-n, lodaAed by Self-Abuseln-
I voluntary iumssions. imuoiency. xvervous
I Debility and Impedimenui to Marriage gener.
ally ;ConsumpUon, EpilepKy.aud Fits; Men-1
ssiana l-nysicai iocapwciiy,eic. jtjwo.w.i
1. CULVERWELJj, 1. U Author of tne
iflnan Rwtk ." Ac
- The world-renowned author. In thisadmlra
Weluture, clearly proves from his own ex
perience that the awful consequences of Self
Abase may be effectually removed without
aaadiclnes, and without .dangerous surgical
operations, boagles. Instruments, rings, or
eordial-,polnilngoutamode of cure si once
certain and efleciaal by which every sullerer.
no matter what nis condition may oe, may
run hlmilietieHnly. mivately and radical
ly. THW MtCiUKL ttiuurnut r. abuuj
ilTHalTSANDS AND THOUSANDS.
- tsent under seal, tu plain envelope, to any
I address, on recaipt oXl eeuU,pr two po-tae
Ktamns. Also. Dr. Culverwells -Marriage
.i.mr. Ain. ir. Culverwell's "Mtirrikfe
OuUle," priwMceuts. AddrwthePubllsheis.
: tills. J. J. HUSK S.O.,
1W Bswerj. new Isrk.
4l-y ru ymce nox -.oso.
TO THE SUFFERING.
I The Rev. wmiamH.Norton,whllerosldlng
I n uii-.- .1l..-l ..,
j land ef medicines, a remedy for Coxsukp-
I . cot. . mi- Tllunl. IWrnn
I IVJn, wrtM, ...va., vvwoo.
Colds, asthxa, akd Nk-vocs Wbakxess.
This remedy has cured myself after all other
medicines had failed.
. Wishing to benefit the suffering. I will send
the recipe for preparing and -sing Oils
dy to all who desire It FRKEOr" CHAEOrt
Please send an envelope, witn your name
and address on It. Address,
Rev. WILLIAM II. NORTON,
076 Broadway, New York CUy-
NEW BOOK every mm ahocild pas.
HELP IN ACCIDENTS AND
W SICKKESS. -.
a 'i in the absence ot. Medical Assist
ance. Published with the approval of the
best Medical Authority.
p- fAiinvin, are some of Its sublects:
uu-. Ririuuz. liroken - Bones. Braises.
Burns? Choking, Cholera. Cold, lnlUMloaa,
i.iiw-iinna UrnvniDi. Dysentery. Fevers.
Vt V.. n. fcVtitu r.nlti
sua 1 1 -calds, Sniall-po-, Sprains, Sudoeatmn, Bun,
Whert-1 mnke, etc, etc
- iu vwunie, wnucH wj uiiuvu. i u;m-
etana, has been prepared for the press by
GOOD HIJLLTH MONTHLT KAO.
lmo 36S psces; with SS Illustration.
Bound, tlA", fciiiohed. sun
sou oy an tsooaaeiiers. and ssnt by maiL
oslpaid, on reasipt of prlae. bv -.
-"pv oi prioe, by
STMGEB THAN FICTION !
JNO. ADAMS & Bro.
BMit the Vnr Irl In rh t-i .,. '
tht?lr tiAUA(.y 01
As an Example, call and exam-
ine (be Improved A'atlTe
Drum Cook StoTe, Flat
Top Xorth Star Cook
StoTe, and other Cook Par
loraud Rox Stoves. All kinds ol
SUCH AS ;
Tin, Copper cc Sheet Iron
Work, Done to Order.
THET ABB ALSO AGKHTS FOB
lronWell and Cistern Pomps,
Dinner Bells, Clothes Line
Wire, Etc., 'Etc., Etc.
Are also putting- np Genuine
Star Galvanized Lightning
Bods, at IS cents per foot.
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
3 at once -agreeable,
healthy, arid effectual
for - preserving tbe
hair. -1 Faded or gray
hair it toon restored
to its original color,
with the gloss and
frethneu ,f youth.
-Thin hair is thick-
enod, falling hair checked, and -baldness
often, though not always, cured
by its use. Nothing can restore the
hair where the follicles are destroyed,
or the glands atrophiod and decayed.
Bat such as remain can bo saved for
usefulness by this application. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or tailing off, and
consequently prevent, baldness. . Free
from those deleterious substances which
make some preparations dangerous, and
injurious to the hah.' the- Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it If wanted
merely for a
nothing else can bo found eo desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it aocs
not soil white cambric, and ;yct lasts
long on the hair, giving & A rich, glossy
lustre and a grateful perfume."'
Prepared by Dr. J. C Ayer & Co.
Practical Jlnd Abaxtticau CriEjtETB,
IX) WELL, MASS. '
FELICE $1.00. .
Oct. 28, 1810 24yl.
PABTIES : v i
HAviNQ EITHER TOWN PROFEKTY OS
Karms ro Kent, can have attention di
rected to the same, by leaving word with us,
wiuioniensi to eiioerine owteror reamr.
mareb-t BAKNI) BKtrTHKtu.
Wood-Sawing: Machines, and
HDrSH rawBrfl I
T AM NOW M .VN UTACTUKIKQ HORSE I
I vawtv sl ufl . m nrf Lo tha rnnninie
rirrwi iiTitiS: wood and cihcclab
SAWS, and oiner purposes requiring similar
power. Call and see me before purchasing I
elsewhere, at tne -jaca-on ounury, - near
tlo-tl.1 . C. Anns wins ;
i IvKS tl.
FIBMERLT of Barod TnrleyK Headquar
ters) desires to Inform the public tbat be
New Grocery Store
Kext Deer ta Karvlw Heacse. Kalsi St.,
Where be will be happy to meet bis old
friends and as many new ones as may choose
to lavor mm witn weir patronage,
lis pays - fZ"-
The Highest Caah Price, f t
For all kinds of Produce. (aprIllT2.Ty)
forllOO, due on
1 .J' ,..,,
NOTICKlsterebven that I have
I . .i a nii l-r ikta with 1A tier
lntereg, fr0ia date. ParUea are feenipy
I wrnl fMjnt bavins: them.
I mv. CYKTJSSITCG-wt
33. -F". Tfcotoiiisoii,
- - . - - r ' y f -r
-vttiT.I. attend tn all bnslneaa entrusted to
fa la care, and make promptreturna. Re-1
xers dv permissio to w . x. . w i"01
Wbttelsy A Ulacnord, J. H. Patterson, Shafer
Broa,t. BfOwn, D. C. Fisher and many eth-,
ra. ' rj inowyi
-t Basra or Civil. SocrTT-Bsaaya for
Young Men on the honor and, bappiaaas ol
Marriage, and the evils aud duiigers'orcwt-
tV7.rUh -uuxitauy help for the -UiAinment ai
-...svvsiaimall ah tn llfs Haftt mM InlrKlpinT'
man"stre position ln life. Ben t tree ,lnsea!
envelopes. Address, HOWARD ASSOCIA
TION. Box P. Philadelphia. Pa, noy
XTOT1CE Is hereby given that the estate of
l -..uli-e Martin, -ate ol Hancock county
V ... i ,! i n,ri i .ii i.hii
of aald aountyV dertarea Insolvenr; and!
nenoa oi " .
of tbisTJOtlce M
and prove tne
Administrator of said deceased.
Shapek Bitoa. AtVy. . s-
fc . i " i
:' . . ni orrnTT-l I(test Kb'les St Flo
A Soicl Jewelry; sJ-o, Black Jiwclry an
T E it ordained by the Council of the Incor-
X) porated Village of Flndlay, two-thirds of
au niemoers concurring that there be levied
on t he taxable property of said Incorporaled
For ilre Department repairs and
keenlng.oi Engines, one-half ot
For Real Estate purchases, one
fourth of one mill
Interest on Indebtedness, one
half of onemill
For building Engine house, one
mil 1 1 1
For Payment of Bonds of H team
For general Corporation purposes
two mills . .
For Marshal and Sanitary purpo-
ocv, uinviutiiui 01 one "iiii
I. KM. M.'M a in: v l&IH. 'l.k
' D. B. BBABUSLKr. Alayor.
Passed Janet MSit-lm
Notice for Proposals.
Findlay Twp- Hancock Co.. Ohio.
Findlay, Juuellli, 1S72.J
SEALED pmnosaU will be reeelved at this
offloenntil Mondav. Jnlv 8th. lK7i at one
w chick r.m., jot procuring me right or way.
and lor Darcha&inz ail the mal.rlals and
bolldlnr. constrnotfnff. hrliliHnir and hftllAKt-
ing a Railroad, eoramencing at a stake
hixinftiuiT.b. m. A.z.BfTiJb luulwayjn
th. lAn a riDtlt&V. ID Mid COUIllV. 2Ull let
sontn-wes'. rrom tne poiai wneresaiu tuuiway
crofwes tbesonih line of Bauilusky street. In
said town, thence in a snuthweat direction
along the bed of said Railway, to the Wt
llneof Klndlav township, or no far as can be
constructed lor tne srsm 01 a,.suu, in Donas 01
Uaid btfliwdtolM of the ant aanae and
same size of Iron rails, chairs and tim as that
01 tne ijSJte sr ana uoatsvuie Hallway at lu
present leraunoa in laaiay.
- DANIEL. CLINK, Ulndllf
OEURUE B'tiUS, J Tow nshlp.
Jacob P. Bubkr, Township Clerk.
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of afflctlons; this guarantee will state the ex
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turned to the patient, so ouierreuioij
v- f-u"nflnf ed on aneb liberal and honora
ble terms. Medical advice, with eertincates
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daring the year 1872 :
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' March lth.
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' " MaySMb , ,
--- - - June 8th, '
" September 21st.
October 12t, .
October Sstb. . . . w ' -Kevember
ad, - - -NovemberMh.
, November 23d, ,
-.-,- DeecraberTth, '
. - , Itneeinher tint.
Rxamlnations to commence at ball past nine
ltliogtoMltmart y tBe lwI OI
K 1 B
Kach applicant must famish us With satls
fsctory written evidence of good moral char
acter before a certificate will Issue; and
teacbenmustbai-conunended by their last
em -nttitMnt wtlllM admitted forexamlna-
tion within three montnsaiter tne seconu
auoressive failure. - - - .
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tbe Coo si nh School Branches, and good s
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AND A GOOD PLATFORM.
GRAND AND WILSON.
immense crowds eailiered in and
around the Academy of Music, the
where the convention met. The
J.I -1 2 1 - C- . . I
rrivino-atth111 in r.niri n.
Long before the hour of 12 o'clock 1
cist. fi. . I.
riv.i i. th. h.nK -i.i-h i:f.-ii
throngedfor Lours before the tl.
appointed for the J
vatm -vuo ub-tBvivLB -.-a a iv.va
ners bearing their ret
names, and took their
the o.heprino- of the enpotalnrs
discoursing of music.
The Academy presented a gorgeous
SDectaclo. The interior decoration3
could not be surpassed for magnifi-1
cence. Everything Is carried on in
tbe finest order as to preliminary ar-uat
Itwaslully a quarter past 12 o'clock
ho rv.ro tha iio(rtra tairlv spt.
v-.v... w.wD.w - I .
ed, although the hour or assemblage
fixed at 12 o'clock.
The stage is crowded with dislin
euisbed cersonaires. as also are pri-
vate boxes on either side.
Among the numerous spectators
crowding all available space is
Democratic Chief-Justice Thompson,
cs carried ban-
ir places amid
Elected according to the usage ot the
Republican party, in conventions ot
the people held in every State, you
hBve assembled for the purpose of
placing in nomination candidates lor
the two high offices In the gift of the
American people. You represent a
party founded on the broadest princi-
pies of treedon, justice, and humani-y,
lour years since of progress
A little afternoon, ex Gov. Claflin,
calling the convention to order, said:
''Gentlemek op the Cokventiox
pies of treedon, justice, and humanity,
and whose achievements have been
the wonder and admiration of tbe
civilized world. The promises made
form have been faithfully fulfilled, in
the guarantee by the nation of equal
rights to all, the redaction of the
public expenditures and the public
debt, in the case ot the public bur
dens, in the improvement of the
public credit, in the establishment of
the public faith that no act of repudi
ation shall ever stain the statute book,
sod in securing peace and order
throughout the entire republic.
lou are summoned to aeciare in
- -. , a I
J"u' "uc"ir v"
and mi-Doses which have brought
such beceficeDt rule to the nation.
We will not fear that the people will
desert those who have been faithful in
their high trusts for other men and
organizations, although ihej may
adopt our principles aud promise to
adhere to our policy. Let us go for
ward with confldeLt faith that onr
cause will triumph, notwithstanding
unexpected defections, over all com.
binations, however skillfully planned,
because in its continued success are
centered the best interests end high- j
est hopes of the country."
In conclusion. Gov. ClaUin called
npon the Rev. Alexander Heed, of
Philadelphia, who addiessed tbe
Throne of Grace, asking the divine
bleesing on the nation, and on this
assemblage of represectaiives.
Music by the band.
Here Mr Claflin nominated the
Hon. Morton McMichel, of Pennsyl
vania, for temporary Chairman. Hon.
S. Lane, of Indiana ; J. 11. ria'.t,
Virginia, and Lewis (colored) of
Louisiana, conducted him to the chair.
BPSXCn OF TUB TBMP0KAET CHAIRMAN.
Gextlimkh of tok Convektiom :
thank you for the privilege of pre-
Iding, even for tbe brief period tnat
shall enjoy tnat Honor, over sucn
assemblage as this. I am tho more
gratified because, as a delegate from
fennsvlvania and a rasident of Phila-
delDhia. it cives me occasion to wel
come you to our state and city, to say
to you all bow glad we are to have
you among us, how careful we shall
endeavor to be to promote your com
fort while yoa remain witu us, now
desirous we are that when yoa leave
us yoa will leave us with such im
prcssions aa will induce you frequent
ly to return.
Under any circumstances toe pres
ence of so many distinguished men.
gathered from all parts ot this miguty
land, which crows and stretches so
rapidly that in these recuiring qua
dranial conventions new States and
new Territories, and m this case,
happily for the cause cf humanity
and nroercsp. a new race new, at
least, in tbe possession , of political
rights and civil functions, soon to be
endowed with all tbe attributes of
equality are represented. U-der
anv circumstances your presence
- . . . i e
would be to us a source ot b-usi ac
tion. It ia especially so in view of
the purpose which has brought yoa
hither. The malcontents wno recent
Iv met at Cincinnati were without
a constituency. . The Democrats who
are soon to meet at Baltimore will be
ithout principle The former, hav-
inz no motive m common but i
nersonal dlssppoimmcnT, nave at
tempted a fusion, the repliant ele
ments 0.1 wnicn nave resulted in an
explosion. The latter, degraded from
the high estate they once occupied,
propose as abamluient of their Iden
tity, which means death.' Unlike tbe
first, yoa are the authentic exponents
of a great national orgaiiiza' ion, based
npon principles Arm as ibc marble,
foanddl on a rock as broad and
general as the air. Ualiku tho last,
your object is to preserve, not to de
Gentlemen, differing: fiom both
these in character and aims, yoa will
differ no less in the nature ot deuber
aUons. l bat wnicn has tne most
perplexed must continue to perplex
their councils. . in yours ratner lei
me say ia oars there wnl be abso
lute harmony. With us the selection
election of a presidential candidate
is a foregone conclusion. ' In that
regard the people have decided for
us in advance, we nave only to put
their will into proper shape by form
ally nominating Ulyssus is. urant,
and with the blessing of God we shall
not only make that nomination with
out demor, with out debate, without
dissent, but we shall make ii under
such auspices, as wilt insure the com
plete and abundant ratification at the
. . . a M
II does not neea nor, ixmaiuermg
my temporary occupation of this chair,
ould it be euiuioie tuat l snouiu
enter into any elaborate commentary
as to the merits of our candidate;
but this I will say, that, notwithstand
ing all the malignant venom that has
been spit at mm, an tne e nous cai
"vmniea that have been hasped npon
him, an the disgraceful slanders that
have been circulated in regard to him,
General Grant at this moment enjoys
more of the confidence of his coun
4 IrymeB, is belli ved by them to be an
h neater, truer, better man than any
one of his detractors. No one in our
day hat been more causelessly, more
1 at - 1 Ai.l ;- -aa
0uu,wslJr ymnea; nc one wm
fin ir ro . . , . a ;
&. 11 coj k ui uia voierican 1
people Deat responsive to truth and
l..; s-.l- . I
juauk.. oiutv nave irien. teaien
anairnsieanim; as they know that
nis aaminutration has been wise and
laiiniui ; as they have seen the nation
prosper under his rule as it has never
before prospered, thev will stand bv
ana ueiena, and, when the ballot box
gives inem the chance to do so,
avenge him. Remembering the sore
iriais wnicn, a oner with his fel o
BUIUKIO uo unaerweni aunngr me
w,r " acnfices of ease and com
place fort ci Peril day and by night,
h 1 a ATtVUtina -n rf l.:h
those who now revile him were able
in Hixura inrnpinni a nno t a , .ha
distance from dio--r.ihiiv rP nnito
Stat?.: fhev mean to famish him
gentleman, there will be various pre-
c:iie. oome oi us at urst will
Iavor 0Iie anotner: but we
BnBl1 to obtain the best man,
"ucu " cnoice is uiumateiy
tnat wesnau all teel
lUB w ne succeeaea.
In regard to the platform to be
adopted it is not for me to anticioate.
. . I
".-u-g wuuoiuer important uoo
was tx'me it will undoubtedly contain the
wiaest recognition ot human freedom.
anfl the clearest affirmation ot the
duties which the government owes to
118 laboring masses, wheiever em-
te.DS-- i hey mean to furnish him
with theopportunity of enjoying those
for at least four years to come.
As to the vice-presidency, no doubt,
Aor.av: ,.. r.
J'ry.r . T .."".'.':"
mi party, putnow bo leeuie mat nis
i.. r 1
v.jrmK jjubuubjj kuius enemy lor sue K
or or an incongruous aiuanco 01 t
"i-assorted acUons, with no bond of
onion dm me greed or office, or all
uiem combined, we shall go forth .
w i.wiiiic uinncs. nucicvcr CIU I
Ployed, in town on in country. And
with such candidates and such a creed,
whether we have to encounter the
The following were appointed
temporary Secretaries: John W.
Newlin, of New Jersey; John It.
Tc.. t-hi t...h -r m.;..
Newlin, of New Jersey; John It
Hubbard, of West Virginia; Hiram
Potterl, jr., of Florida. .
Tc. to-iii t..h r m;
:.rVV""t :r: ':.:: ..r
iiciq juuviHi uiH ma uuujiuabiuus iu(
temporary Secretaries close. Carried.
Gen Albright, of fennsylvanle
chairman of tbe Committee on Per
manent Organization, then reported
the following Permanent Officers:
Thomas Settle, ot North Carolina.
permanent President. Vice-Presi
dents: Alabama, Paul Strabach ; Ar
kansas, Elisha Baxter; California,
S. Sargent; Connecticut, Sabin L
Yoge; Delaware, Isaac Jump;
" ';. Ha r v rnntm-Tmnni.
-Vi - v j a. asauvt I
Emery A. Howe ; Indiana,
Solomon D. Meremlu ; Iowa. Hon.
II. Seevers; Kansas, John C,
...i... ITnnttiAlri, I 11 f VlAn I fnr
vyaijcutci , & u.u ,, . mm. ccivy , i
Louisana, Louis T. Frazer: Msine,
F. Rabey: Maryland, Thomas
Kelso ; Massachusetts, A. II. Rice ;
Michigan. Eben li. Ward : Minnesota, he
C.T. Benedic: Mississippi, R. W.
Flumey ; Nebraska, John S. Bowen ;
New Hampshire, Hon. Wm. H. Y.
Hackett; New Jersey, Dudly S. Gre
gory : New York, U. B. Clafin ; New
England, Edward Cantwell; Ohio,
Lieut. Gov. Mueller ; Oregon, John
Booth, Pennsylvania, II. W.
OUr Birodo Island, Geo. II, C.
Rarnaxie; South Carolina. A. J.
Rentier ; Tennessee, Hon. Wm 1L I
Wisner ; Texa. Hon. A. B. Norton ,
Vermont, J. rairoanKs; Virginia, i
Charles T. Malord ; West Virginia,
Chan. Horton; Wisconsin, Hon.
Lucien Fairchild ; Florida, D. Eagan. ;
Colorado, George M. Chilcott ; Dis
trict of Columbia, John V. Cooke ;
Idaho, Hon. John R. McBride ;
Wyoming, J. Donnellow;
Missouri, Gen. John Benjamin.
Secretaries Alabama, Wm. V.
Turner ; Arkansas, L. G. Wheeler ;
California, Marcus D. Baruck ; Con
necticut, Daniel Chadwic ; Delaware,
Henry F. Pickle ; Florida, J- W.
Butler ; Georgia, P M. Shirtiey ;
Illinois, Daniel Shepherd; Indiana,
W. Wilson ; Iowa, A. J. Felt ;
Kansas. Henry Buckingham i Ken
tucky. T. C Bucris ; Louisiana, E.
Weber; Maine, j. vj. rew;
Maryland, W. G. Tack; Massachu
setts, Charles E. Whiting ; Michigan,
Woolman, Mississippi, U. iv. Urnce ; tna
ff VUl-UtsUi . rr'f " 9 l
ait t Thprwior Brewer ; Neh-
raska,J.B. Weston; Nevada, C. C. to
Stevenson ; New Hampshire, Charles 0f
Whitchouse ; New Jersey, John .nd
to- vr-ii. ts!w Ynrt Tt OfrriAn
II -1 vt w 7 O I WW
Bradley ; North Carolina, T. A nA
Sykes; Ohio, James W. Sands ;
Orezon. U.K. Jvmcaae ; I'ennsyi- -,-rtT
vania. H. H. Bingham ; Rhode Isl .ba
and. Wilson W. Aldrich ; South
Carolina, A. G.Maxwell; Tennesee,
' . m n m rj I
Thos. Waters ; Texas, G. T. Rudey ;
Vermont, W. Hams ; Virginia, John
Waltz ; W. V lrginia, j . i . noxe ;
Wisconsin. L. F. risby ; Colorado, for
- Tt rhaflee : District of Col- tr.
V01UU19 l v- ' UQ
ui. AW K. heDoard: Idaho.
' ' J "lUCaeS.
J . t .3
The report w-a uuauiuiouiiy auop.
Gen. Albright men said:
"Mr Chairman of the Committee jn
nn Orinni-ation; I desire to present
tho name of Gen. H. II. Bingham, of
this city, for permanent Secretary of
ir. i. . ...
tho nonveuk'uu. iu u a mui i
whom we re indebted for this fine
huildinf -d its adornments, and for for
the welcome the delegates have re- j
ceivedin Philadelphia. I
be made at &ecretary."
kPKXCt Of THE rKEMAU-ST PEK21DEST.
f- MnMirhanl thm nresented the
In-... Pri.nt. jisfollwa: "I
P?T hi Knnnr tn annnnnrA to the
ontion. that Judge Settle has
tort been unanimously elected per-
. TJ IJ f lrt I ,t ami ill I
msncill X 1 CS1UCU1U1 W UVUJ " I fi-J
take his seat-" 1
UU- , ,
t.,1o Sottlo nmt forward amid
,nriff continued cheers. When quiet
had been resumed, he -aid:
..RuntUmPo of the Convenlfoc: I
thask yoa for the distinction of pre-
wff. .. .. iiK,n- r h
Sst party in the greatest power
to myTell a.
as y i- . . . , .. -.. i
ihari&ht nana oi leiiowsutp memiw
VnSh tc- th1enbg7we7w7rd, xmn-
uDta reKenu i-
l----Fr..- j - -
htmga auuww ' " f;-.
uuimhMt ro namn uemu
wb shall administer the laws or the
great republic for the next four years,
hnt our duties are plain. . We should
be rcreant to every trust, and fail to
respond to the vibrations ot every
pstrtotic heart if we do not, with
mice voice uauio o -- -
-.tririt. TT S. Grant, for the
fe,ainent fl-enewed applauscl We I
f the South recoguize and demand
r. Wn knnw that
ftis anecessity, necessary for law and
order in that portion ot the country.
l" r ... . . l
r ia a nsooaaitv to ine ireeaom Ol i
Slmen. f Fresh spplause, It is not
oroper that I should detain yoa with
-rtended remarks this evening,
gball therefore assume the duties I
wnich yoa hare imposed npon mo,
and shall be very glad of an oppor-
tnnity to aldress yoa at creater
s ." -
oeicngih inter in trie session, and when
oar laoors shall have ended."
. - . . . ....
v mnunn in a.'timirn 1 11 mi . m
to-morrow was then tint nn.l .rri.
... . r- -
and the rnnvontinn tanorai.,,! ;th
enthusiastic manifestations reardin
the agreeahlo session.
?f Ilberty loyalty, jasUce, law, the
MiVl V.O va, vwituuii UUVU Kv CI 11'
All tbe Committees, except the
Committee on Resolutions havinz re
ported, Gov. Noyes, of Ohio, moved
to suspend the lules and at once pro
ceed 10 tne nomination of a 1 resi
dent, which was carried.
Cullam, of Illinois, said on behalf
of the great Republican party of Illi
nois, and ot too Union, in tbe nme
men, peace, and equality of all bc-
i? the field, and his statesmanship in
Mr. Woodward, of New York.
said : The home of the distinguished
editor who was nominated at Cincm-
JJa pn nVy i aoLlmVuUa
SbSi cheers, long pro
xr, wi -w-- v.i,
make t Mwto'S
i..L f,i a i .ZZ.
y.mS-.: X,1 1
tained Grant because she recognized
. of gratitude to him.
To-dav aha endorses him hecanaR be
i..- .:-j .i jt . tt.
uos uccu uitu nuu iuuuii uuti. He
great reoei surrender and its terms.
From his in-ave the dead Stanton
reuuaesniu nviup-ouuiuer. iiueers. 11
. . n m0.B5 nn thJ
R fr or raliWnia soil -
The roll Call for the first ballot
t fnllnwa a Pach State
wm called the chairman of the dele-
(ration, in a few terse sentences .
Announced the State unanimous for
isrr.ra.ta in .nn.,.;.. it. vnte
referred to Snrar.er's citation of Stan
ton against Grant, for the purpose of
stowing that Stanton and Lincoln
both knew Grant and trusted him
.. . .. , ,
thoroughly and utterly, not only to
., " " , u r. "
S1,en.tw1y,.buk ,ls? to ngotiate the
From his grave the dead Stanton
rebukes tho living Sumner. fCbeers.!
New York indorses Grant's nomina
tion, and asks God's blessing on the
M. Boruck, of California, saiJ a
announced the State unanimous for
Grant, each announcement bein a
signal for applause
irhrka in Mnnnn,.;n, it. vnt
. .l .T. .- ;:i
.. w. t-' . . w.j
the hide of
chairman was greeted with applause
loud cries of "Platform, plat-genUemen
Mr. McMichael declined to
come forward, and said, 44 Pennsylva-
mritlinnt snw vnrrlq -Ipndu hpr I
heart, and casts C ty-seven votes
man who will tan
Horace in the vat of Democratic cor
ruption and damnation.
Mr. Townsend, in casting tbe vote
New York, gave it for "Grant,
man whom ureely said never
been beaten and never would."
Long and uproarious applause.
Va the call ot remisyiv-nia, ner
(Irani r I
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When Burnside rose to vote for
Rhode Island, he was greeted with!
great cheers, which continued until
took tho platform, where he cast
eight votes for his old comrade in
The District of Columbia delegate
she had a desirable house to rent
which was much sought after, but
district wanted to relet it to the
AU the States and territories having
oallad the Chairman announced!
cast for Ulysses fa. Grant, the I
Utter was the nominee or this con-
ituuuu -a no nuu-- " -..-
the entirei rote. 762 la slUaving
idency. Great applause
Chase, of Indiana, was called to
platform and sung the " Red,
White and Blue," the band and au
dience joining in the chorus. The en
thusiasm would not be silenced un
til Church followed with " Marching
Through Georgia. At the conclu
be called lor three cneers ior me
loyal black men who stood by our
boys as they were marching to the
and they were given with a will
The Chairman said tbe Committee
Resolutions was ready to report.
Delaware here, announced James
Riddle as its member of the national
committee. The Committee on rial
nomisation of vi;--r--a"--.
ti,. -r.nnn-..l nnmmationa
be in order. Morton McMichael,
Pennsylvania, tcck the platform
riroceeded to nominate Henry
m:i. .r.-.-ni.nootta II oiftim.
klOJUt Va -a--"V.-a--'w
Pennsylvania as the place of the
birth end bsptism of the Republican
and was the Urst in the ueid
ta the fiaht when the rebellion
its bead, because of all the
farm failing to appear, Craighead, of
Ohio, moved to suspend the rules
proceed to the nomination of a
candidate for V:ce-PresiJent. Adopt
ed. loyai States, it was nearest to the
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Bcene of war. Bat how had she been
acquitted ? Four years ago she pre-
scnted a war Governor as a candidate
Ar.to,t Vint arm vrnt nn
naa w.-., - w - I
It.vf.,n i.g w mtn tn the
US uivtxcucu n --ir
i . ,!. nnostinn r,irh
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Were mauuiuio v fc-- vlnv.,
hw nnderstood to complain that
pAnna.lmia bad no reoresentation
the Cabinet. He was subsequently
sntermntod with cries of. Name
y0nr candidate." Ia conclusion he
presented the name of a statesman to
. . . . .ii.
thn whole country, an no'ic-m, aoiu
maD, who always labored for the
the laboring man. I name Henry
Wilson, of Massachusetts.
Loring, of Massachusetts, seconded
the nomination oi Wilson in a icw
eloquent sentences, in which he reci
ted his services and eulogized bis
nublic and private cnaracier.
Ray. of New Hampshire
seconded Wilson's noninatioa
cause he was a good man, always in
favor of the people in every emer
l,lar W. Thowpson wa next
received witn greas cueers. iu uc
hair of the entire Republican party
Indiana, and by the unanimous in-
struction of its delegates h9 nomins-
ted Schuyler Co rax. t,reat cucer
ini?. 1 He did this with satisfaction
because it was a just reward for de
8rel: voted public service. He is known
to fame. Four yean, ago the names
.rrinnt nn fir were associated
too-ether . They were the battle cry
that led to that great triumph. They
should not be separated until we
aniiiawa another triumph, because the
- insolvent and the
not rome m which to divide
its assetts. He paid a high compli
ment to Wilson. He snd Colfax
both carved their own way to honor
and distinction, but Grant and v'-fs-r
nnited ill one cry, will again be
the signal for victory. ;
William H. Howard, Michigan)
nextraeconxled the nominauuo wi vuuu.
He said Michigan first perfected
Republican party organization,
ill at anil where we stood then.
proceeded with a graphic sketch of
Colfax's career from a printer boy to
., o.nnrl nfTippr in triia
ine B- v :
great government, and urged the
propriety of his re-nomination. At
lithe conclusion u w ctu wiui
Lynch, (colored) from Mississippi.
followed. It seemed to him as if the
spirit of Lincoln was here, and he re-1
membered what that patriot said on
one occasion when he said it was not
sale to swap horses when crossing a
a river. Applause. lie proceeded
to urge Uie nomination of Collar.
Loud cries of " vote ' " vote
Gerriu Smith, in risin-, was creet-
ed with grcrt spplauso. lie compli-
merited very.biehly General Hawlev
and Colfax, but expressed his prefer-
this occasion for Wilson, for
he was specially a favorite of work-
ingmen and of the colored voters of
the north, f Applause.! Cries of
vote,' 44 vote." The call of the roll
Tlio chair rccofiizeJ Parker, of
New Jersey, who eulogized both
Colfax and Wilson. It the Republi-
can party has occasion to regret the
possession of two such men it is be-
say to Grant,
Mr. cuarles, of treorgia, (colored 1 1
came to tue platform on behalf of the I
. Ull. 1t
tbem' bat whcn we Bay to G
"Weil done d faithful
ant why donl(1 wj noJ
same of Schuvler Colfax? I
voters of the south to second the I
I Mvu.i.avu V IT UBUU, I UT 1 CAI LUCIt: . I
nd oar7 bedJd f--0B"
T" v "TVT,U" is ac our
u"u . " ""rfc . la
wnoie country, tie has labored and
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"s"' 'vug nun wen, nuu iue ume
has come when the people of the
whole country should give him a rec-1
ognmon oi nis services. e or the
south remember how he has stood
tue ortieai oi te past, and we believe
11. is aiwavs aie 10 swap norses when
sere of ffettinf one rnnsllir n trmA I
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"c "i"c i-eker a 8 residential
candidate from the east and I think
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w snouiu accora ner mat honor.
"r. hener, of Virginia, nominated
John r. Lewis, cf Virginia, who,
tlirooSh the war, stood true to his
loyal principles, and to which he
A c0101"6"1 delegate from Texas
.Tbtate',m . .
,nnDl lennessM, presented me
any.r announced me immn-
ms ?r ,a"d
The Lha:r anno
tee on Kesolulions present, and put
. t ri .t
-1"8 1ue8tion whether the Convention of
uuiu uuw utat meir ifjmr. iieue-ltiie
Scofield, of Pennsylvania, Chair-
man of the Committee on Resolutions,
announced that General Hawley, Sec
retaryof the Committee, would read
the resolutions. Said committee had
but a short time in which to consider
. , . ,,. :i I a
" " ,r" a-I 'IT iT ' V
did not find in the
f j every uimg maw tue uesireu,
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Lseneral llawlpvthpn rpArf
The following is the full platform
adopted by the Republican national
convention, at Philadelphia :
The Eepublican party of the United
kJ.Ai.vo, uocuiuicu iu uniiuuni tuu
vention in tue city of Philadelphia,
cn the 5th and 6th days of June, 1872,
again declares its faith, appeals to its
history and announce its position
upon the queuions before tbe coua-
First Unrta-. eleven vun erf
courage, the solemn duties ot the
tiir,e. In suppressed a gigantic re-
oeinon, emancipateu jour millions oi
Bnprem8cy H has ct epted with grand
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of all, and astablished universal saf-
irage, eimoii,;BS uaparaieieu Mig-
nanimity. It criminally punished no ;D-
a 1 - r . T a 1 I
man ior poiiucai ouen8e3, anu warniiy
wdcomea aii wno proved .neir oy-
by obeying tbe laws and dealing
justly wun meir ne.gnoop.. xt n
swaauy oecreasea wuu a urm nana. u
l! wnnss I f n 1. tsxwrl rwn nf inn Aal I
ic-uiwu,, uiwiuu.u. ft--
war and initiated a wise policy to-hi
ward the Indians. The Pacific Rail
road and similar vast enterprises
have bee a generally aided and suc
cessfully conducted; the public lands
have b:cn freely given to actual set
tlers ; immigration protected and
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extraordinary burdens.anu new bonds
negotiated ct lower ra'es. The reV.
enucs have been carefully collected
annual reuucuons in
uvia y m.AAixH. wmvu J'vwv.v va, aaua
encouraged ; and a full acknowledge
mcntct naturalized citizens' righus
secured from Europen powers. A
uniform national currency has been
provided, repudiation frowned down,
the national credit sustained most
tho rates of
taxation, tha public debt has been
reducted during General Grant's
Presidency at the rate of one hundred
million dollars a year. A great finan
cial crisis has been avoided and
peace and plenty prevail throughout
ilit.ni! Iniivnrr fnrf icm nitnnnl.
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glorious recoru vt m- u-o i iu-
nartv'a beat Lled?e f jr the future. We
the land. Menacing foreign ditHcul
ties have been peacefully and honor
ably compromised, and the honor
and power of the nation kept in high
respect throushout the world, this
believe the people win noi cc.rusi,
a. a - -
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combination of men composed chief
ly of those who have resisted every
step of this beneficial progress.-
Second Complete liberty and ex
act equality in the enjoyment of all
civil, political and public rightsshould
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ine cs'auiiaaeii aau euouiuauv wuiu
tained throughout tho Union by
efficient and appropriate state snd
federal legislation. Neither law nor
its adminislration should admit of
and discrimination of respect to a
citizen by reeson ot race, ereed, color
or previous conditions or servitude.
Third The recent amendments to
the national Constitution should be
coriiialiy nujt-iueci because they ore
ri.rijt not merely loleratcd because
they are law and should be carried
out according to their spirit by ap
propriated legislation, tte enforce
ment of which can be safely trusted
only to tie party that secured these
Fourth The national government
should seek tn maintain an honorable
peace with a l nation?, protecting its
citizens everywhere, an 1 sympathiz
ing with all peoplo who strive for
Fifth Any tj stem of civil service
under which the subordinate posit
ions of tbe government are consider
ed rewards for me e party zeal is
fatally demoraliztrg, and we there
fore favor aretorro oi tne system, py
laws which shall abolish the evils ol
patronage and make honesty, efficien
cy and fi Iclity the essential qualifica
tions for pubiic position, ithout prac
tically creating a lire term or tiuce.
Sixth e are opposeu 10 runner
grants of public lands to corporations
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and monopuiius, -uu vcuiauu biu-k lue
national domain be cct apart " free
homes for the people.
Seventh The annual revenues, af
ter payiag the current debts, should
fartish a moderate balance for the
reduction of the principal, and the
revenne. except eo much as may be
derived from a tax on tobacco and
liquors, be raised by duties on im
portations,tbe duties on which should
be so adjusted, as to aid in securing
I remunerative wages to labor and
promote the industries, growth and
prosperity of tbe whole country,
I Eighth We hold in undying hon
i or the soldiers and sailors whose
valor saved the Union. Their pen
I sions are a sacred debt of the nation,
I and the widows and orphans of those
who died for their country aro cnti
1 tied to to the care of a eeneroua and
grateful people. We favor such ail
ditional legislation as will extend the
bounty of the government to all our
soldiers and sailors who were honor
enceon ably discharged, and who, in the line
of dutv. became disabled, without
regard to the length of service or
cause ot such discharge.
NinthThe doctrine of Great Brit-
I a in and other Earooean cowers con-
I cernins alleeiance. "Once a Bubiecr.
I always a 8ubiecL, havinsr at last.
through the efforts of the Republican
party, been abandoned, and the
American idea of an individual's right
been accepted bv Enrnnom nations.
ltlrtne duty ot our eovefnmenr nr
guard with zealous care the riehts of
auupieu citizens azainBt tne aaanmn-
tion of unauthorized claims by their
former government, and we urge the
continued and careful encuragement
Protection of voluntary emmi-
Tenth Tbe frankiie
'h -boli-hed and
preparea ror a speedy rec
ies oi postage.
levenlh Amon? the nnestiona
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suicu press lor attention, is tnai
which concerns the relations of cap
ital and labor, and the Republican
party recognize the dutv of so shar-
ing legislation as to secure the full
protection and amplest field for cap-
uai. and lor labor, the creator of can
itsl iha hrii nnnr,,fT..;i .
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just snare ot the mutual profits ot
these tvn irreat prvnt f .;ii;
Twelfth We hold that Conoreas
and the President have only fulfilled
their imperative duty in their meas-
ores lor the suppression of violent
treasonable organizations in certain
lately rebellious regions, and for the
.eiore they are enUUso the thmkj
01 tne nauon.
uu lcculu ir a uenounce tae re
pudiation of the public debt in anv
lorm or oisguwe as a national crime.
We witness with pride the reduction
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the principal of tho debt and of
rates oi interest upon tue u-1-clared
ance. and confidently exoect that onr
excellent national currency will be
perfected by a speedy resumption of
mindful of its obligations to the loyal
women of America, for their noble
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""u"u" l?e C"U8 .,reeomJ na,
their aimission-to wider fields of
uaeiuinew is received witn sausiac
u. ui uiunn iw auuiuuou riguis
, ted with respectful con
Fifteenth We heartily approve of
the action of Congress extending am
esiy to tnoae lately in rebellion, and
rejoice in the growth of peace and
raternal feeling throughout the
Sixteenth The Republican party
propose to respect tbe rights reserv
ed by the people to themselves, as
carefully as the powers delegated by
them to the States and to the Gen
eral Government. It disapproves of
resort to unconstitutional laws for
ter,enith rig surrender
by tbe people of either State or
Sovpnfoanth-Tt is tha rfnt- nf IIia
" j v. .w
General Government toadopt such
meVures as will tend to encourage
Amoririan rommprp ami anirwrmilrf.
Eighteenth We believe that the
mod8t patriotism, the earnest pur
alty nnu, thannnrl inA,m,t thn
Ual wisdom, the incorruDtible in-
it Bnd the Ulastrious service of
Ulysses S. Grant have commended
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..Mi. Putsii)rr: On behalf of a
large majority of the Ohio delegation;
haif 0f tha lartra Kenublican con-
him to the heart of the American
people, and with him at oar head we
start to day on a new march to vic
tory. The reading was frequently inter
rupted by subdued applause. The
section referring to loyal women was
read a second time, in response to a
request It was received with laugh
ter and applause.
On motion of General Burnside the
platform was adopted.
Governor Noyes of Ohio ascended
half of the large Republican con
stituency which they represent ; on
behalf ot the colored people, whose
best friend I shall shortly name the
best friend in those days when there
were few ; in the name ot our living
soldiers and the name of my dead
comrades who sleep on southern bat
tle fields, I should fail in my duty if I
did not second the nomination of Hon.
Henry Wilson cf Massachusetts.''
Great Applause. J
Mr. Bickham of Ohio said . On
behalf of a very larsre and very re
spectable minority of the Ohio dele
gation, who have lust as many ciaims
on the soldiers and nerroes as the ma
jority, I would fail in my duty if I did
not present the claims ot non. ocauy-
ler (Jollax. I Applause. I
Mr. 11111 ot Mississippi said : In be-
hall of the maiority of my delegation,
wish to state that we are m lavor oi
Hpnrv Wilson. When Colfax puo-
liahed tils letter withdrawing from the
field. I transferred ray allegiance to
another, and while I resrret that he
wrote the letter. I am not weather-
eookto change) with him, now ha is
running for nomination.
The President ordered the roll to be
called for a vote by States on a nomi
nation ot candidate for Vice rresident.
At the conclusion of the call, pending
which the excitement was intense, it
was declared that the States had voted
I ml ln
-Uawley of Coon. 1
ew jersey .
New York E. . Noyesof U. I 1
North Carolina .
Ohio. , ... i
Oregon , ...
Rhode Isl ami
Teneasee Horace M synard 2-1
Texas rJ. avis io
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Virginia John . .Lewis i
Dtstnct ot Columbia-
'JZTTZttocMU; Wilson '304:
--hundred and seventy-seven
vote-were necessary to a choice.
Virginia, at this juncture, changed
twenty of her votes irom Lewis to
Wilson and the remaining two to Col
fax. This gave Wilson 384$ and his
nomination was assured. -
Various Stataes hurriedly changed
to Wilson, until ex-&enator Henry
Lane, of Indiana, moved tbat the
nomination of that good man and dis
tinguished patriot be made unanimous
which was carried with great eheering
vnd now again the- entire- audienoe
rose to its feet frantically, applauding
the result " and ' endinjr ' with three
cheers for the completed ticket. -
On motion of Mr. Spencer, of New
York, tho following was nnanimonaly
Resolved, That tne -nanus w jmu
Convention are hereby heartily given
to the generous citizens of Philadel
phia, from whom its delegates have
received the kindest treatment and
the greatest courtesy.
The President then officially an
nounced that U. S. Grant and Henry
Wilson are the nominees of this n-
This was the occasion of a fresh oat
burst of applause. When quiet was
restored ii also announced that he
would inform the nominees ef - th
action of the Convention.- , "
The usual resolutions of thanks to
the officers ot the Convention were'"
adopted, and the President then' read
the following dispatch from Vice-Pres
ident Colfax : ':--:
WASHINGTON, June 6.
John W. Foster, Indiana. ,
Accept for yourself and delegation
sincere gratitude for your gallant
contest, I support your ticket cheer
fully. Men are nothing ; princit)lea
everything. Nothing must, arrest
Kepubucan triumph until equality
under the law, like the liberty from
which it springs, is universally ac- '
knowled, and the citizenship of the
humblest becomes a sure protection
against outrage and wrong, as was
Koman citizenship of old.
A colored delegate suggested that
band play Auld Lang Syne,"
while the audience was going out, and
suggestion was adopted.
The Chairman then, at 4;10, with
few words of thanks, declared the
Convention adjourned sine die. .
WONDERFUL FREAK OF NATURE.
Among the passensrers on the train
bound South, recently, was a man
and raised in Otsego county,
T., named William Jacobs. He
prides himself on three well developed
and hands, the member extra
ordinary having grown above the
It hangs suspended down the back.
can be lowered and raised at will,
length it is shorter than the arms
proper, but possesses extraordinary
muscie, wnicn ne displays whenever
occasion demands it. No person
passing through a railroad car, or
meeting him upon the street, would
observe any deformity; bat after be
coming cognizant of this sigular case,
would observe a peculiar fit of his
He states that he has often been
questioned as to why he does not
himself npon exhibition, or be
one of Barnom's permanent at
tractions. His invariable reply is
he is averse to public exhibitions.
rather, being a wealthy farmer,
always preferred to remain at
home, and was the most active and
profitable of the farmer's help. . He
iwM a aat im lea -r w
same time hold - securely the
horses' reins. On several occasions
came near breaking this unnatural
member by falls, and ovt time suff
the pangs of a full-sized felon
On one occasion, when about
eighteen, the village boys thougt to
a little sport at Three-arms'
expense, and commenced a system
blackguardism, followed by bold
attacks npon his person. Forbear
ance ceased to be a virtue, and, ow
ing off his loose garments, ha went
them in true pugilistic style, arm
number three performing 'its duty .
nobly, and apparently outrivaling .
numbers one and two. At tha end
the skirmish, six prostrate villa
gers told what a fierce opponent they
met. 44 Three-arms ' gained a
notoriety, and never afterward was
persecuted on account of his deform-
At the outbreak of the rebell
ion he joined a New Tort regiment,
so distinguished himself by
bravery, that he was finally promoted
Captain, and ranked as the best
officer of the regiment to which
was attached. At the close of the
he returned to the farm, and has
remained there, . He has gone
South, to visit a sister in North Car
olina. It may be a query with some
he could use his arm with the
proper clothing upon his body, All
garments intended for laboring '
are eo made as to open in up
on the back, and close by buttoning.
same as a child's apron. He is
a wonder. Being a man of fine
coversauonal powers, an interview .
him is especially agreeable, and
relates many pleasing anecdotes
THE INTERNATIONAL JUBILEE.
The Boston Pottot Wednesday,
the following account of the pro-.
gress oi tne worx on me aiuDuee
"At the Coliseum yesterday one .
of the main root was shingled to
appcx of the roof, and the other
will be finished by noon to-day.
decorators were busy riginar
stagings, preparatory to painting .
wnoie vaulted root ra water-oolors.
Very little progress was made, bat to- .
business will begin in earnest.
cross-beams, trusses and posts
be painted in neutral tints, in
harmony with the arch. The windows .
to be painted in diversified colors.
doors to the different reception '
rooms are bemg hang, and the prom e- -
floors, are partly pat down.
Nearly half of the chorus seats are
built, and those in the left gallery are
nearly so. The case containing tha
keyboard has been set up about tbitty
feet before the organ; it ia built of
black walnut, and presents fine ap
appearance. It has two banks" keys
and the usual loot pedals, withaxtsen.
stops on each side. A temporrry root
protects it from blocksand dost which
continually fall from above." ' . '
TnsNoiwich4iw say! i A.
young lady, Tery pretty,, waited
around the new road (7 miles) in one
hour and forty-five mlante-- We
remember escorting one wwmd that
road by '
hours and forty curates. But then .
said she wasn't in a. hurry. The -old
folks had gone to camp meeting. : . t
andahehada-ghtkey.',. ) .. ,. . .
Tni tree of the 4Xight of Terrors." ' ;
atMexico,a suvenir of the when Cartes
captured tte city,' which baa been
carefully preserved all this time, wan -
recently burned by an incendiary. "
Asswxb to. corespondent--A ,
Mother. The present style of hi&h. "
sharp boot heels are dangerous. Try n:
paun ox your asaa or a B-agIa'