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THE JEFFSRSONIAN : FINDLAT, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FBIDAY MORNING, J ONE U, 1S72.
IRIDAY BOENIKG, JUNE 14, 1872.
Notice to Advertisers.
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SUMMER CHANGE OF TIME.
On and after Monday, June
3d, Trains -will leave and ar
rive at Indianapolis as follows :
2:4"i P. M
leul) P. M
1: P H
HM P. -L-
St. Louis Express
Evansvjl le Mall
, .Night Exprens
X J A. Jf
10:15 A. M
s at p. m
6SI0 P. M
JOHN E. SIMPSON.
The railroad election in Liberty and
Eagle township last Monday resulted
gloriously the former giving 128 in
favor of tax and only 8 against it
Eagle, where there was heavy opposi
tion, the vote stands 166 for tax, and
54 against. As St, Marys and Noble
townships, Mercer county, having de
cided to issue bonds for the comple.
tion cf the Road through their terri
tory, the early completion of this Road
becomes a fixed fact, Proposals for
grfcding, bridging, ctel, through this
county may be found in another col
umn, and before the new year we may
expect railroad communication with
Lima and St Marys. 1
Tiie Summer style ot Silk Hat, just
out, at Tom. H. Houpt'a Hat Store.
(Johnston & Welsh's old stand.) No
other house in town has them.
Divine Service.-Bev. C. A. Evans,
of Iberia, Ohio, will preach at : the
Presbyterian church next Sabbath
morning, at the usual hour for servi
Mr. Stephen Aekold. oI Delaware
township, last week sheared 53
tounds of clean tub-washed wool
from bIx Cots wold sheep, which we
consider a pretty fair yield. Who
can beatit?: :
Poslponed. The Union Sanday
School meeting , announced to be
held in the M EL Church; on Tues
day evening, 'was postponed, for the
reason that a large number of those
interested in the meeting. would be
compelled to be absent," by reason ot
other meetings In' progress on that
evening. The concert will be held at
no distant day. ; i ';
Drowned. We regret to learn of
a most distressing accident near Mar
vin's Mill, in Marion township.in this
county. J Mr. Owen DeGarmo, while
bathing in the river last Saturday
evening, was seen by parties on the
shore, when near the middle ot The
stream, to throw op his arms and
call for aid, immediately after which
he sank.-' Ail efforts to save him, or
find the body were unavailing un
til Sunday morning, when the body
was found, about ten feet below where
he was seen to sink. The river was
rising very rapidly at the time, which
accounts for the difficulty met in find
ing the body.H L-i -
Mr. DeGarmo was a young man
about 19 years of age. . He, with
another brother, lived with his wid
owed mother, near the scene of this
fatal accident It is supposed that
he was taken with cramp, as he was
a good swimmer, lbs sorrowing
mother, and brother, have the heart
felt sympathise of- the- entire - com
munity. Jcst in, at Tom. Honpt's Hat Store,
(Johnston V elth old stand,) the
Greeley & Grant Hats, the latest out.
Call and see something gay. . .
Sells Brothers' Quadruple Alliance.
" Show literature is a standard arti
cle of modern lournalism.' ' llecog
niz'ng this fact," the manager of the
above named establishment has elab
orated a portion of this issue with an
original illustrated article,' setting
forth a list of attractions quite in
keeping with the-quantity of news
paper territory he covers.- Our
readers will do well to give this
advertisement a critical examination,
because', it .contains,' an array ( jr
fessions not equaled by the perfor
mance of any other show establish
ment that has or will visit as during
the season, because the Quadruple
Alliance has a" reputation for coming
nearer to what they advertise than
any other company in tho country,
the proprietors doing business on the
principle of first securing a good
show, and then advertising it well -Hence
we have a decidedly friendly
inclination toward anything to which
the name of; the Sells Brothers it
attached by authority. . .
Next Friday the show procession.
headed by Professor Theodore Long's
famous military brass band, will enter
our town and make a public display
nnususlly.baodsomet Ja the; after
noon the people; will be invited, to
present themselves' at the -entrances
to the "canvass city," in which they
will find a' wonderful zoological dis
-1-- mA -111 rut afforded an nrmor
r..1 ' TZZZ: .vmnaatirths
7 - TI:77. J .vJany
.acrobatic ana eque.u w v
circus company.' : '
Quitenaturally, it may be expected
that a large crowd from the surround- has
ing cooatry will be in : ettendance,
and we" coitgratulate hotel keepers, tue
venders of jgerbread, and dispon-
aers of pop lemonades, oaf fir;d
the haxrest w wnurpiasters mat they
are abontte!'' IzblO'iZr'UHu
The inducements, to all cUses of 1
mmdnrtV"are ad numerous: that "a
rv lreectl-bla aiXenee
mav be looked foe both afteraoon and
oht. ---s:r".,. 1 -;. I
mgUW V.... vt-. ... r ...I .
What" bargaina Ewingtt UedickT"
are offering in Clothing, to clMe
it? wa. o . - ' I -Bill
nir -Lock. An? one in searcfi our
' J" - p;f. oraVest
rnk aeVour priCea. '. -
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Railroad--Yes! Dedication of Odd Fellows'
A LARGE ATTENDANCE.
AND A GENERAL GOOD TIME.
The dedication of the new Hall of
the order of Odd Fellows, at this
place lat Wednesday, wa largely
a;up. led by brethren of the order,
from abroad. Quit fall represents-
lions were present from Tiflia, Upper!
Sandusky, Carey, Adrian, Fostoria, I
Blnffton, ilt. Blanchard, McComb,
Vanilue, Van Daren, Gilboa and Ot-
tawa ; besides small delegations from I
numerous other Lodges in the State. I
several delegations were met at 1
the depot by members of Hancock I
Lodge, (headed by tie Findlay Cor-
Band, and eccorted to the Lodge
which when the delegation
The nrocession was formed at the I
new Hall, at 1 o'clock, P. M. tmder
direcUon of the Marshals, and
preceded by the lindlay Cornet
Band, followed by the officers and a
memhrranf rTannor.Ir T.odtre No. 73
O. F., and marched over the
following route, viz : West on Craw-
dumi iu ncai, mwwiiuiynv
Mainuross; Last to Aiaia bureet:
to Lincoln; West to West wc
: t.. !.r.n.Vv Slrpet
, ----- j - a
to East Street ; North to Main-
West to Mam, and South to
Wheeler'a Hall. TTnward of fon, fable
hundred joined in the
Grand Officers, and speakers
were in a carriage,! in the rear of the
proceEsion. - Arriving at tho Hall,
assemblase was called to order
the Marshal of the day, and the
following exercises, interspersed with
music by the Glee Club, took place :
Prayer by Rev. R. H. Holly day.
Reception Address by Col. Jas. A.
Oration? by Hon. Barnabus Burns,
Mansfield, and Rev. C. Haddeaus,
Columbus, the former in English,
the latter in Oerman.
Benediction by Rev. A. B. Fields
The Dedicatory services took place
the new Hall in the evening under
direction of the Right Worthy
Grand Lodge of the State of Ohio,
represented by Grand Secretary W.
EarL of Toledo. . J. be Xiau was
completely jammed with the members
the Order and their famlies, many
being compelled to return home be
cause tbey could not even secure
standing room. , After the dedicatory
services, an hour was spent in social
converse and music All who were
present unite in pronouncing the
occasion a mo3t happy and enjoyable
.' , ' . .
Ratification Meeting. In accord
with previous notice, the Re
publicans of Findlay met at the Court
House last Tuesday evening, to Tat
the nominations of the Philadel
Convention. Mr Henry Mohser
called to the chair. Col. Jas. A.
being called on, addressed the
meeting at some length, reviewing tie
history of our candidates. He showed
conclusively that the mission of the
Republican party is not yet ended,
that in Grant and Wilson, the
have the true representatives
the principles of that party. He
followed by Mr. E.T. Dunn, who
some happy hits at the expense
the "Demo-Liberal party. .-e il
lustrated the position of the Democ
by comparing them to the old
Baptist minister who some wicked
had joked by pasting that popu
lar melody "Old Grimes'' in his hymn
The aged clergyman, road
the interpolated hymn, and then
confidentially informed his andience
he had "owned that hymn book
thirty-five years,, and never knew
hymn was in it before.' But here
and it mast be all right pleate
Just so with the Democracy.
have been singing Democratic
for lo, these many years, and
this year of grace, 1872. they
a strange medley set up to the
of "Horace Greeley,' and i hey
invited to "please aing.' And
are making dreadful music out
it. Mr. Dunn was followed by
.F. W. Entiikin, who said he
about as much about politics,
Greeley does about farming
Nevertheless he knew that Greeley
gone back on lifelong principles,
though be had been a great ad
mirer of Greeley, he could not fel
low him into tte Democratic party.
Greeley has had a tendency toward
Democracy for severel years, and
was when this tendency first de
veloped itself that he (the speaker)
Greeley parted company."
The speeches were well received,
the speakers repeatedly applaud
ed. After the adjournment of the
meeting, a huge bonfire was built in
street, and every body proceeded
nave a general good time, amid the
of cannon, and a fine display of
woiks. The people hereabouts
wide awake for Grant and Wil
sfin1 a4 will give a good account of
themselves at the polls next Novem
The "galled jade'' of the Votirtor
winces, and is evidently unhappy.
coming dissolution of the Demo.
cratic party vexes his souL He char
us with want of cordiality for
Grant, and assures his readers that
did not attend the ratification
meeting Tuesday evening. .This is
near the truith as the Courier gen
eraly ' ' ccmes. ' ' We ' were there'
though, all the same, and never felt
enthusiastic for a ticket than
do for Grant and Wilson. Lack
county printing or a post-effice or
two, does not dampen our ardor or
lessen our anxiety for the elec tion of
Grant and Wilson wLich no combi-
of sore-headed Republicans with
thing to b eat Grant Democrat
Feed. G lesskee, of the Courier,
gone to Put-in-Bay on his wed-
-g k, . W'ere it not that he is in
care r a very sensible lady, we
should feelTearful that he would not
Lifl waj fofe
plce for Great Bargains, is at
Ewiyo t Repicks.
Call &t Ewine Redick's, and
look at new styles of Slippers
ry are all the rage thw eeasoo.
V I .' '
Don't ,t0P plough your corn or
oatWtttntiltM-i-n you do, you
miai Iiia ilfA-r m--: - ,
uig out isar
iifcrn. bVder 4 Co'.. 1
S:-Don't forget your Pocket Hook.
AND A GENERAL GOOD TIME. N. W. OHIO MEDICAL
Its Meeting Last Thursday.
INTERESTING DETAILS OF THE
PROCEEDINGS. THE REUNIOM IN THE EVENING.
The Association met in Findlay as
per adenrnmenf, at 10 o'clock A. M-
and organized with Dr. J. Beid, of
van Wert, in the chair, and Dr. S. A.
Baxter of Lima, as Secretary. There
was a larger attendance than at any
previous . meeting, and an interest
and nthasiaam was prevalent which
trottefl well for the future prosperity
o' He Association. The "Address of
Welcome" was delivered by Dr. A.
Hnrd, of this place, as follows :.
Through the uartialitv and at the
solicitation and request of the medi-
-.f .f Tr . . -I
uallv and in vour associate relet inn. L
frank and cordial welcome to Find-
lay nd .tO this Community: from
rwwlro tiili annd ,t..: . I
Umonials of consideration and re8pect
ii, ia s matuer or aeilent. COnsrratU-
lauon ana lauaabie pride to us that
inJ8 y,u Honored by your
Presence I 4 w a0 bODS it WlU be
source ot pleasure and profit to you
that thus meet your co-laborers or
Hancock county, under such favor-
auspices for mutual counsel In
and cultivate our social csDacities
These semi-annual reunions of the
profession are pleasant and profitable
ns, not only by enlarging our field
view in matters of science, cultiva-
e. " u5 HiURui ex-
our profession, and submitting theo- in
ries and supposed facts, thus drawn I
to severe scrutiny and saarplweek.
7"' "iirr ."5 .n , ;
that is mere fancy, and all that is
. . .. I
iaise,80 as to enaDie us lo see tnei-e
truth and draw logical deduc-
ions, which will meet the demands on
true science,, stand the test of
severe trial and serve the purposes, .
meet tne wants oi our profession I
elevatins numan suflerin?. bv
mitigating,- and in successfully com-
" . I
results or arduons labor and thought
wnicn pnysicians, so much need but
have so little of, and also afford op-
i : . - . . i i
from a seeming necessity, have been
sadly neglected though so great lv and
needed by us all : so as to credibly
meet the demands of society, and
enable ns to work together in our
professional intercourse lovingly and
harmoniously, and thereby crush out
sentiment and belief so prevalent
community that doctors as a class
the most illiberal and contentious
men. and that in alt .iviliz lnri
tocsin of a medical warfare is
continually sounding : constituting,
it does tne greatest opprobrium ot for
d i lu " ,, - . a view
Aigub ucic, .uci o n j i v ail j 9 uuu
iealousies; that gnaw at the
vitals of peace and unity, are forgot
where relaxation follows mental B
and professional labor, and the
social board and the charms of soci- .n(i
follow the arena of scientific dis-1
cussion, is the place to forget our
whims and differences, lay aside our ,
distrusts, and to cordially strike the .f
hands or true friendship, and profess-
JJUt, genUemen 1 WOl not longer Ur
ain xtevn frrm tha lomlimotA hna. I
J;' . I?" , . I ted
express a hope that your meeting
together will be an agreeable, inter
esting, and profitable one, and to
cordially welcome you to Find
lay, bid you God's speed, and wish
grand success in the transaction
the business before this Associa
The minutes of the last meeting
read and approved.
The following new members ; were
admitted : Drs. Hurd,' Entrikin and
Miller, of Findlay ; Drs Wells and
Chilcote of Van Buren; Dr. Woods,
ofRawstn; Dr. Wilson, ofVanlue;
Foster of Mt. Blanchard ; .Dr.
Lafferty, of Arlington; Drs. Kimmel
Cass, of Cannonsberg ; Dr. Bal-
hrd,of Benton; Dr. -Cake, of West
InCependence; Dr Braytoc, of Carey ;
ur.iivans, ot lseipuos , uia. xieouara
Shoemaker, of Napoleon. Dr. A. now
Burton,uof ' Westminister; Dr. most
Rodgers. of Bowling Green; f
John E. Neville, of St Johns;
G.W.Reidage, ofXafayette; Dr.
Fl Martin. Columbus Grove: Dr. own
James Stager, North Washington ;
A. E. Williams, R. W.Hale and
Jl Longfellow, of Fostoria; Dr J. l.
Tw. Ttr T? n T.pnn.rrl Wt
Liberty ; F. J. Baldwin, of Bluffton ;
Dr.J. W. McCracken, of Portage: V
D. IL Brinkerhog, of; Fremont : s
J. T. Newmanof Ottawa - OUS
Drs.B. Eawson and L. Firmin, of UU-a
Findlay, Dr. Evans of Bowling
Green, and Dr. Scott, of Londer-1 not
vllle. were made honorary members I
the Association. . , r. I has
Clayton, or Wood county Dr.
Langwortby and - J. T. Woods,
The Association then proceeded to
election of a President and tws
Presidents. Dr. H, 1") BaTTard
Findlay. was erctaTTtesident-tacae,
T)m ITinpr fit T.I in nnS shm-l
" " I
rt Nflrinlrnsi 1 wrA ii-!pi1I
' r v :T . I ia
ti :.i l M ,!--
iw a iramcun. 1 - - 1 1 - 1 t-othino-
Alter some further miscellaneous 1
business the Association, .jo.rned
baif past cm
.r-n-.- 1 u-iirj.i-cu.-.'
; , AFTEiufawji-SKSt. tJ;t J-utorderitfOTjou.
Association met as jr acjcurn-jCent-,"and
ment, Dr. Li. D.BaDard in the caair.
rtii mntinn tt Tr TTn-i" 'mMnil nft I
was appointed to - examine Dr. S
S. Lafferty, as to whether the As
sociation should, granl hla a ertilt
" . I s
cafe to nnilKvtAJaltmtJ,j
Firmin were '-aMointed aiich-cto-Tttn1-of
The Secretary read the essay f
shot injuries of the Knee joint,'
nt Kai. Tli. I
essay wasfwelireceiyed. ;!SamarM(
were made by Qri, d ind en.
" :- 1 - : In
, Wood, of Toledo, oa "Gen-
ines oi tue Ttnee joint that "
j., . ' . . . I
AUOWmmik appuuiicu tu .
minp I)r. T.. S. T.ntTArtw ronnrfpii 1
that they had earetoH v (xaminei him,
: . . t . p - - -i i
Dr.W.ILPhUips.of Kenton, pre, 17:
a m, i
was well writtm, imd .Tweeted P-w
. . . . - - -
and rtccmmemled tSaJ beba mnleb IJ
ceitificateto PfCjTith'V ip M.
viso that he finish his conrce of lect-1
nrcs the coming winter.
credit on the author. It was discuss-
r..,-v;- .nil Athm . -'i-1
' Dr. Brayxxhibiteo; some very fine
speamensoi uniary w wnicn
attracted universa meWtoa. an4
some of which were very interesting.
On motion the Association adjourn-
ed to rneet In ima on tne nrst l uurs-i
j j t- i. 1
mj bi wcemutr.
A social reunion, was held at I
Wheeler's Ilall in tuo evening attend
ed by about three hundred ladies and
gentlemen. It was a very enjoyable
time. About 10 o'clock, eupper was
announced, and the immense crowd
wended their way to Mclodcon Ilall
where an excellent ira rrpm nnn I
had 'been prepared. The refresh-
ft-eats ven MiTed no in e0od rtv!..
and were entirely aatisfactory, not-
withstanding the fact that the straw.
berries ordered for the occasion failed
to come to hand. The supper cost
in the neighborhood of $200, which
was paid by the members of the mid
ical profession in Findlay, existed
by some of their brelhern Ironi other
parts of the county.
Altogether, the occasion was a very
enjoyable one, and we hope that the
N. W. Medical Association will make
it convenient to visit our town again
at some future time.
Don't stop to plough your corn or
wait until it rains. If vou do. you
will mi., tha firpot mnaino- nt V.r
S.-Don't forget your Pocket Book.
Last Guard Ciiakcb to the three
counties that trade at Old White Cor-
I, T?.,l thMr Vni.o P-rtranri.
Lr GttA3rD Bkkefit to the thfee
counties mat iraue at wiu t, uue vor-
ner. Read their "Notice Extraordi
Neckties of every description and
color latest styles at Eb lings'.
proposes to have
mill. -The necessary funds will
raised by subtcription of stcck.
The sent of the Champion Reaper
Tiflin delivered twenty-two ma
chines at that point, in one day last
Railroad matters are looking np
. . . .... r ,
acvQin in Tifhn Ann it la rnnfiiionf lv
stated that the iron will be put down
both roads without delav
t, ii. r
cess, -jay ioae" too me purse ior
be6t three year old trotter, making a
half mile in 1:32; "Dock" took the
tro" 1 LaJ
.Ansa Iia(aii Kfl - Tima V rtfi srid I I
"owy. A society uu neen lormeu
the necessary etetm taken to ee
The committee of the Lima Coun
cil have reported unfavorably on the
prospect of cor.H'ruclir'2 Water
securing a first class fire engine. A
committee of her citizens are visiting
Dayton, Springfield, an 1 other places
the purposo of investigate with a
to selectina one
Ltma is sgitating the que. 'ion of tbo
TnE place to get bargains now is
Ewing & Redick's ;. they havejust
received a full line of Men, Women, kell
phildrpn's Shoes I
ti,. ... r in ti. .v..t;w msr
... , .
dicine wbo crJ0V tLc rcPula- De
ot Deiog auccessiui in curing ptary,
chronic diseases. Probably there
nnt .half a !rMi nin in tho TTnl. I m
. . I
States Uiat Have treated m round
numbers as many in the past twenty-
years as Dr. Libbey, of Cleveland,
The Dr. has consented . to visit
Findlay one day of each month, for
benefit of the afflicted. His first
-i a. a -T Tl J
Will oe a. -oy nous., x nursuay, fi
ti -. ii
cne uiu. ueiow ia one 01 uuuu-i
of testimonials in favor of his
FREMONT, O., Dec. 1st, 1871.
pamnng and glazing wim comi
Dear Sir: It is with a great deal ol m-uce
nleasare I write vou abo it my health, paper
am restored to healtn by your medi
cines, after being given up with con-
n,,,,i,,i.,,,,i ii. a.. ... u .f.wauiuu via . w.
!n tl.U - nlar. I rnnl.l not
work, but now do a good day's work per
. ' i : : i u -fc-
rods without stopping to r est.but I week.
can walk as fast -end loig as
men, wituoutany inconvenience.
thought I was to die soon with the
..nrRiimntion. can hardlv believe their
eves, when they see ane on the
street Ism something or a talker,
H1,,",1 ,can do DT lhJ0T ? new
rT-'f TrT w. they
. . i I than
snouid come to vou dv ail means : ai i ---
that is my conviction.- My
iriends snare witn me meir wiiues tor
Caatorjar- suftsdtate tor.. Castor
vegeiaoic preparation contain-
.f., n'nt to Au dopa Wait
Baaeate. an operates when all will
other remedies failed. Dr. Pitcher
experimented fifteen years ia pro-.j
Castor Oil, without its horrid
.taste.; JThe Csstoria regulates the
system ; cures constipation, stomach
croup and catmency, and kuis
worms. ..By its quieting, soothing
.1 . . H4 .1 -ln n .1
. 1 '
ri!irl:f ularl v idinud to crvinr and
We desire Physicians to test this
una l inn iirni
erne "bottle' will save many
doctors ms-- (jung a. a w,
. - .
.' o v""0'""' on
Baltlmow thc ATjher tfay m favor; pt will
a 9Jr ' . . I
- r" anu
met in Washington, last Monday, and tne
resolved, if Greeley is nominated at
rr1e!irm1 th Lhl. Ijlberal
fcu " ,r '
i. .tl - ---i;
i"imr-, m ... v . - f- m
luc "c"' " t... .
-.J ' i kA 'StatA
D3UTU CU 1UI bUO A.L4-4.4 M.V
W. J ttno 2atn. ? d V before the
metunrT-Trii tne HtAtsi Ufimrcr&iic tjna-1
; a 7 " ; i
enxion.j i n y t i; s s I ? ii i '
iub low. ui aiucy, wjgw ojuuir i A-u-nlnP
ri . . -. a j I
yuto, was recently visited oy a iear. ,-d
' it -l.t-.l "J J . I
7' , r . .b - . ". ""
H-w-7i-n"8e9'- JJM aooui
,.-- .. . a i
T-",; u?v - VPe Peon
xue appearance ot tne
APm m a nnnAl . a.l.
dlv.u. naa tftfuiUMCJ tu bu "iiuur
ii-,l l;ft 1... ..ii.,: .i .
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Last Geakd Buetit to the three
couiiri ei that trade at Old White Cor; f
. w- . 3 uxt.a:. w- . i. I
ner. ueauuieir -i once extraordi-
[For the Jeffersonian.]
Is Findlay large enoch for two
In the Boston School Report of
1868, is tho following from Superin
tendent Philbrich :
wRe Mmr of pupil ba
,OTS'S w me uigu scuooi 1-
thrceaud c-lenths per cent, of the
"m"c PP"a """"S-s
all the schools ; and it U about a half
of one per cent of the population of
the city, or in other words about one
Hiilh School scholar to every two
Splslg the population of Find
lay to be four thousand, this would
give the whole town a High School
of twenty scholars. At the last enu-
merationof the persons of school age.
Dist. No. Nine had 197, and the
Union district 1,177 giving about I
3 to District Xo. 9, csd 17 to the
Union District. I
Cincinnati in lb.u had an average
daily attendance in her Hi;h Schools
or J j per Uicus-m. inhabitants,
Cleveland 2 3-10, Chicago about 11,
Akron O., 4 .-10, and Tiflia has but I
"'gn hool, with an average
daily attendance of 33 for the year
Tim nnfstinn it no-sin ncL-ol fa
Findl la h , t . .
REPORTED BY S. B. H.
PInK mot of ..l,.l. t t I
;nes3 0f importance ' lo "
m.e8S 01 lroPrtance u 10 he transact
Saturday, June 8th, Vice-President
Grablo in the Chair. The minutes of
previous evening were read and
3 - . 1
approved, tjwing to me sraaii at-
tendance tue "set topic" was not
Subject for next meeting " Kill-
Adjourned to June 22d.
It is earnestly requested that all
members be in attendance at the next
regular meeting ol tho Club, as bus-
A. GRABLE, Chairman.
S. B. HUFFMAN, Sec'y.
A,?,.. s.,m iiniu,Mfi,u..ii
aaiajxuuu iki. ajau uuli iiih uiin.ri i
however. Tho result is that
equal to the task of holdin down the
little cannon used at the ratification
. . a .t .
ioot at inc wrong end oi me can
will not sport a No. G gaiter for
some time to come, and "Doc." Bal-
is the gainer by Sam's misfortune,
A little son cf Mr. Chris. Newman
run over by tie McComb hack I of
Main Street Wednesday evening,
Nick. Apger.the driver, was ccnBured I see
some of our citizens for the oc
fnrrAna Wa mra rvlifl " liror flint I
cliiia is not seriously hurt. Pa
List of Letters remaining in the
office at this olace for tha week,
Tnn ufi, i 7-
Alke Joseph, Bright Miss Mary J., I
Mig8 ufie Gassman Peter, Has
fc Sen Mesira., HaUer Francis,
Jackson Miss rebe, Kensch Mrs,
Martha, Rhamey Miss E. H., Spald-
Mrs. P., Twining A., Throdes
Abraham, Wcischel George, Wood
Witt, Wilson Geo. W , Vogley
l ong t J.
Persons callinz for these letters
l-a 4t ..1 .:.!
Estell. Kstell A., Estell Rev. A , For- at
Tuos. E. Adams. Ass't P. M. Fai?
Mistake. We are requested to
that those interested will find the I oats
cistern on YV asnington street a lard
success, the Courier'' informant to
contrary, notwithstanding. It is
f -m Jiameler, at present
... ... . : r... 1 1
water in it is seven feet
New Paper in Findlay. Barnd.
ucai .9iaic ncuio, wm vuiu- i
....... ,al IIITf-lf
iu puuumuuu ui t,j
next week. It is to be an eight
BUCCeSS in UieiT enterprise. AEe pa-
Is to be neutral in politics.
five colum sheet, one aids to be oakZ
printea at vuicau. e tau uieui
Change of Time. Time cards on
roads have been changed this
Our people can now go to
x0iej0 or Cleveland, have ample time
tran8act bu3ine8S which makes it
The L. E.&L.BR.are
entitled to credit for this arrangement
Tom. IIocpt, the Hatter, at John.
tton& Welsh's oltVstand, keeps all the
and nobby styles of goods as
appear in the market Cheaper
nw ftlhtr tilnrp in r-imllsv.
Do,t 8top tQ plough Y0Ur corn or
until it rains. If you do, you
miss the Great Closing out Bar
ain8 at Barney. Snyder & Co's. . P,
s.Don't forget your Pocket Book.
Kimber the Jeweler, in . hee
Block, Findlay has been a practi
Watch repairer for over twenty
and warrants all his wark. '
Give him a call. '
Men. Women & Children will take
notice of . the "Notice Extraordinary,'
Barney, Snyder t Co.,'acd strike
Old White Coiner at once.
Men and Boy's Gaiters at all prices
Eving & Redick's.
Local Business Notices.
h NN-v.. Notice.
vu evening 01 vue m xuig 01 v
.The person who took a first class
Railroad Lantern fromWheeler's Hall
please report at the City Bakery,
l i mmwmmmta 4t. St. . . M 1 Try I !
aevu .ui. wnaua. w. w. n.iwh
ning.and a dishof goodlce Cream in
uVlPTOR'' Sftarin- Minima ia norht-
named. Alvax Rose.
The All-ftosorbing anestion
At MlJlancnard is "Will we feet
Columbus & Toledo RR.?" Next
importance is the question,"Where
Bnail we get the best bargains in Dry
rzJa ?: w anaa -.r.i.WMr.r.u
vwud -w miuiUBiyaktivtLij
"At Bridinger's ! ' That gentieinan is
d to keen aa laro-o a at.tr
to seU at as low rates-if not
little closerthan any merchant in
th,8 art othe -j, Call and ex.
amine his stock. No charge for Show
. eo0(la .hel her you Lny or noU
, as .
Teeth like orient pearls, set in cush
breath like the perfume the toilet
These are charms to win hearts when
an other tbarm8 fade.
But they can't be preset ved without
SoahWa Glue mon.J Prnitr
Tovs. Ac i
Don't Btop to plough ycur corn, or
Wast until it rains. If you do, yon
ill miss the Great Closing out Bar
gains at Barnev. Snvder fc Co'-. P.
S.Dont forget your Pocket Book,
Last Grand Chance to the three
counties that trade at Old White Cor
ner. Read their "Nctico Extraprdi
nary." Hen, women and clildren will take
notice of the "Notice Extraordinary"
' Barney, Snyder Si Co., and strike
,or Old White Corner at once.
t.. t... VAu . 0.-1.:
I .11 AfCDIi ilUU VUCapCDb UIUIAIU
Yarn at the Findlay Woolen Mills.
Call at S. D. Frey'a Drnsr Store,
Findlay, Ohio, and get a sample bot-
"o of Dr. A. Bosch ee s German
yrup,r of charge. It has lately
been introduced in this country from
Germany and for any persons suffer
ing with a severe cough, heavy cold
settled on the baeast, consumption or
any disease of the throat and lungs it
has no eaual in the world. Oar res-
nlar size bottles 75 cents. In all cases
money will be promptly returned if
perfect satisfaction is not given. Two
doses will relieve any case. Try it.
Cash paid for wool at the Findlay
Cash paid for Staves and Handle
Timber at tho the Findlay Stave and
Bass Wood from $3 to $4 per c
White Ash " $5 to $7
For further information call at the
office Findlay Stave and Handle Co.
Moobb, Wise & Co.
The place to buy Genuine Flannels
is at tho Findlay Woolen Mills.
Stop Your Swindling,
for John Adams & Bro. are putting
up the Starr Lightning Rous for 15
cents per foot, and warrant their
TCpithpr Cotton or Shodilv mirml
with Goods at the Findlay Woolen
The best Sewing Machines in use
"0 those at ay's, over Citizens'
Bank. Call and see them.
Farmers, and Others!
Will find Thornton F Morrison's,
opposite the Court-house, the place
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
Tin, Copper and Sheet-iron work,
guarantees satisfaction. Go and
him. ' tf.
Falirney's Famous Remedy.
. . u . vcrv
tamiiy medicino. isotnin
cleanse tne wood. 1 ry it.
vcrtisement in another column.
Have you seen the New Styles o
Local Business Notices. FINDLAY MARKETS.
JEFFERSONIAN OFFICE, Thursday, June 13, 1872.
Eoos. U eta.
URAis.-Wbeat lower at tl.CO; Oats
Btrrria Dnll at 11 cts for cbolc.
Baoom. Sbouldur. 4cu fcilUem be llama. He
Hides Dry -HheepPc-TS.
Poultry Market. Lumber Market.
iwfr-ISHAM-On the 12th lnst by
J. A. Meeks, at tne residence oi me
bride's parents. In Findlay. Mr. Fred. H.
Uleasner, local editor of the llanrork Counrr,
Allss An a. uuiui, uum w ,
With tie above notice wo acknowledge the I
recelnt of a slice of One eaKe, for wnicn ail
hands ae duly thankful. We wish the happy
couple a long ana nappy voyage aown me i
of We, and may t-eeaiiaacwg pename i
the flowers or love ever aummna inem, ana i
sweeten their pathway of happiness and Joy. i
d vnT.n HtXTT On thetitli Inst, by Kev
A Meeks, at tlie residence of Jacob t". I
cii Mr. ueo. T. Arnold and alias Mary i
all ot inuy.
MARRIED. New Advertisements.
THE nndersigned has been appointed and
nualined Administrator of the estate ol
lleianctoBUWarsh.late of Hancock eonnty,
dweased. , EZRA BROWN.
ioticc for Proposals-
CtEBK OFFICE, LlBERTT TOW SSIIIP,)
H ancoik Coustv, State of Ohio, ,
- J ana 11, A. D lsri J
F T ED proposals will be received at this
m7outll .Monday. July 15ih. A.l..lt7.
o'clock P. M- for procuring the rluhtol
way purcbssing all the material and rolling
stock and duiiuidk, cunsiruciing, oriuiUK
Lallss"" a railway, commencing at a
nnint where the Lake Erie A Louisville Kail-
township, and thence in a south-westerly di
rection on and upon said road bed. in and
ii.mni'htsidtownshipto the point where the
Te Erie luisvlife Railway brd
n-tM-ie south line of said Liberty town.
SiVin VTr far as can be eonstructeti for the
siiip. vi . , .iniini- nnntla of K id
mini oi ;t
, - .i nf
Hald r-J . r r i Ti k
-IxuiKVllle Railway, at its present ter
winuU. Findlay, Ohio. .
TrMtHS of Liberty Towusnip. ltaneoc-
T. 8. Poktkr, Township Clerk. Id.
Notice tor Proposals.
Clerk's Office, Eagle TowKsnrr,
Sajicock Couxty, State or uuio.
June lltU. A. D- IS73.
BALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECE1V--i
at thU office unul Monday, Joly loth.
iT iic i i nvinck P. M for DrocorlnK
ih". right of way, and for pnrchasiug all the
materia', and building, constructing, brldg
JVn. and ballasting a railway; commenc
IIDg .. 11.. Krie A: Louls-
Rallwav crosses the norOi line r
iiid Bogle township, and thence lu a south-
S'U T-ir. .ii....i malii niul Ih1 In and
. 1 IT UV mw ' '
Ji.WaKh said Eagle townsuip to the point
the said Like Erie A Louisville Kail-
WUW... tl.. ,t llnttAf Mill ftviurl.
TnStfbip. or as far as can be constructed lor
hlsim of ten thousand dollars In bonds of
. . tfol. Ir,-hlll.
i 7. ii n t... ,. cm. oriiocr sir. of
lnBUls, ebalrs and Ues as that ot tha Lake
ri, Lotiwville Bailway l iu present ter-
' .Z-j 3 1 Jl lAWniWALTER8,
T. H. POWELL.
Trustees of Eagle township, Hancock Coon
fd-K La sb. Township Clerk. td,
Notice for Proposals
CiX-k Ofpicb, TJinos Township, -
Haxcock Cocsty, Ouio. V
r. gALEO propnsaUi will be received at this
r oiuee anui aionaay, juiy ij, io-
Clnck P. M
.-itauehasins all tha material, and bulldln
oo-rtructlng, bridging and ballasting a rat,
d.comm-ni"i at a Dolnt where the line
.the Lake Pri . TinisvlUe Railway mom
Tos Creek, in said Union township, thence
.. bd or ..1,1 ;.iii-v to whete the said
railway bed crosses the north line of Sec
tion No. twenty-seven, in said Union town
ship, orsoiar as can be connruciea. iiu-.-.
ind placed in running order for the sum of
--nt v tbotMAml dollars.
gald railway to be the- same gnage. and
.w. of Iron r-ila ck-lr and ties, and the
nail... if, ot nr th. uid Lake Erie
Louisville Railway at the present terminus
i -! .. ::. .. -i. incrull RTRATTOV.
-' flirriHOE TtARPSTER.
Trustees of Cnion township, Hancock oun-
PAVio Coxeb, Township 91ejk.
Behold the advent of the
ONABRUGSD & DHEQUAILED:
THE LARGEST AND
BUT SHOW OX HIES
is coming ! with a world of
"Wild Animals, in Captivity,
a Multitude of Curiosities,
a Grand Egyptian Caravan,
and an Army of Performers I
Exhibited in a Gas-Lit
CONTINENT OF CANVAS
LOOK OUT FOR THE.
amjIU lailo of
WAIT AND WATCH FOH
WILL KXIIIillT IX
At I and 7 o'clock I JT
FEIDAY, JUNE 21st, 1872.
Monaserie department Is under Uie 1m'
uieuiate bupervuoa oi in
Renowned Lion, King-,
Assisted by hlsdistinpulftherl papH.tlie hand-
same ana iiccoaijiLhiieu
will. dnrine earh perfnrmRnc. enicra
coulaininK tour savage AHiatic Lions, re
cently captured, aud never crlbrmt-d before
HYPODROME PERFOMANCE !
plvpn In a monster canvas eiilienm. capa-
comfortably accommodatins live thouv
iieoole. Theotherlliree slinws nre given
a mam moth lent, separate from I lie irrux.
only one price of admission is cuargeu lo
witness tne wiioie cou'eueniiion.
w,i!nr In- pm tlin nnnirsrf the arlocio 1
performers In tlilsL'H ALLEN t3E COMPANY,
IiITTTE MINNIE MARKS,
Tho must Ktilif-il and daring l:.dr In
A me ilea.
' M'LLE KATE, i
beautifbl rud lirHUsiU E.i.-tn!mc.
I'je Liou-Eaahantrasa. -
MISS EMILY "BAKER, "
dlstlnguuhcd and handsome Trapeze
I.'ndcr the direction of
MR. HIRAM MARKS,
MR. SAM HINEHART,
lown and Cliamplon, Iapcr of tlio worliL
MR. GEO. W. RICHAI.-JS,
Tlio American B&iupOM. f
DON SANTIAGO GBBONOISE.
The greatest living Contortionist.
MR. JOHN L. DAVENPORT,
Vocalist and Champion Clown.
t - . . ft '
, J.. HASH ) HAMO.. t J,'.
And his wonderful troupeot Arabian Mame-i-
u. ii , . iurk. Mr. Edward Morti
mer. 1-erine Hroihers. Mr. Kredorick HerlH-rt,
rati, MasU-r Khinehart. Thomas Enont.
U.alM I irri I. am Llie aLLlt3 WWl"! ,, ...
ADMISSION 60 ; CTS.,
C-ildren under 9 years, 25 Cents '
is xow staeieo asd we wish to but
Ten Thousand Cords ASH for HANDLES
Ten Thousand Cords LINN for HANDLES
Fifty Thousand Cords OAK for STAVES
Ten Thousand Cords OAK for HEADING
ALSO WISH TO BUY
OF ALL KJSDS FOB WHICH. X WILL PAT
Call at the STATE and UAXDLE
FACTORY for further
June 3rd 1872 7-Um.
MOORE, WISE & CO.
TO HANCOCK and SURROUNDING COUNTIES.
TUE CO-PAIirXEKSHIP OF
"OLD WHITE COENEE,"
I ; about to expire by Umitatioi
ALL DEBTORS 10 SAID
VTHL PLEASE CIVE
To tlio iiaymcnt oT their nccountu on or before June 13th, 1S72,
tiiKi; oi me auove una uuuw Deing
Tho well frlleetccl
SOLD AT GREAT BARGAINS!
With closed books la every department, for
KLrlta for Old White Corner at once, and load op witn this last grand benefit.
CASH PAID for WOOL!
1 1 vJ- . i.-ii;.B: t.--a - a
i"S.t - ;
ay Woolen Mills!
Where we maniifactiire and keep on hand
ALL STYLES OF WOOLEN GOODS & YARNS
Unadulterated with Cotton Shoddy or Uoils.
6DSTQI9 .WORK PROMPTLY DONE 5 ORDER.
Don't sell your WOOL or buy your Woolen
Coeds vithhout giving us a Call.
WM. ANDERSON & CO.
May SI, lS72-4t.
13 TIIE PLACE TO BUY TCUE
They always give the Greatest Amount for the Least Money.
i .-?ii : : "TT 1 ; . ... .
incy are uuiy r-t'mviugf resn urrvcenes oi tne
Ecst Varieties, and are selling them at
PRICES s SUIT THE TIMES
jwi.'i 'slT--Srs l,a
A ft It".':: ?
THEY ARE STILL AGENTS
2T0ET. '-i-'-l i -
QL5 AND mil KHOVH
Whl. -h tc'-bei; on a-aaraatvof .Sixty l.y. 11 mines not i vfpmns wnisiaciiou iv in-,
' . i M,...ri....i iihi. ft.il iiuiiivu will In r.-IIIUilMl.
I ,- 71 . 1 . ::t i. i:i,i,r n m... ......,. , ..
Goods De.ivered to any part of the City
Real Estate Agents,
Offer , tho follo-sTins- Choice
Property for Sale
fUV. CHOICE L(T.-. uS NORTIISIUE OF
I 11 i.. si.i Esi .if M:ilu. inclosed by
iilixi M!uu!itial lri--e, nud gtiiwied und
paveSiu tion l. ieriii.iea.-Auaiiie.
'' B ' "
riMlK CN DIVIDED ON E- H ALF I STKSE3T
1 in fooiierf nojs Muterials aud T.x.ls, and
two tuWot ground. oo wmea thexauie isoitu
.Hi j., Kiiuliav,'. TheshopUin operation
and doins payS Uu---iuess. Will be sold
A ivm. TM.. Nurtti lk'iiirtlaT. Pleaait mu-
it:iiee ir shihII family. Location desirable.
l'ik low aud ieri:is easy.
a KARM 1K ..EitiAirV-TllUEE ACRES
Willi i. a.-res eleareil. A uinitt v. stay
. ........ twrliiii- lioiie.lwrii.oreliaril and never
t-ii ii n" in i so'l water. LK-atioii 4 miles
e:i- ui i'ftiev.t'-. n Tymoehtee Creek
CnilllKWMMl f UlMlU
Kiver bottom lamls.
ilMR SALE OR TRADE. A VALUABLS
A? rmldeuoe on Kouth-sid ol Sanausky bL,
ud near the business Dart oi town, a eooa
'-Lory dwellluK house. with tUtxn rooms
all eomnlele. wood house, well, cistern, barn
and iruit trees. Will be sold for one-third
purchase money in band, and one-tuird lu
one aud two yearn.
1 R( ACRE3 PRIME LAND IN VERXOJI
1UU County, Wisconsin, well located, good
hmI, andalut oiw-ball of the tract well Uin
hered. Wilt ell for cash or exchange for
lands in this or adjoining eoaatles. iriceii
O 4 f ACRES IN HOCGLA84 COUNTY.
-i-iU Minnesota, ty, miles from Railroad
ramiinv from rit. cloud to the Northern Fa-
ciflc K.K Well Umbered, and abundaace of
good clear water. Five miles Iroia county
eat. Will sell or trade for property lo this
flOOD CORNER iXT WITH FRAME
T house, bare, out buildinirt. well, cistern
and allkindsof fruiu lrlce lUu, paymento
TWO LOTS ON eTLINTON STREET,.wsia
Findlav. Uood new frame house for two
huntlles. Vive years to make payment
M.rtha Cromler. Pllff. lCo.ol Common
nui i nt.1 r
JT residence I unknown. M
tl.aCromley dld.t on , toe ( f
WTA Ale wltldn and lor
otUie Court ctco"irooik od wtaIe f otilo,
the County oi Cromiey. with.
n lymo.liteel.rees. fa"" i-hareins Tor three years lt past
t eHu;.l paru. upland and, i,ltl "teliy toward said plaiitin,
I and w "r m provide any means of sup-
ell'leci, u ithsi.ie walk. t'eet j h,ah petition wlllsta
Adniuia:l. Korsalo or traiie ior wi oVtober (l-l terni oi v.,
iu liaueucic, ruLui o '
oV EtST LINCOLN "lEl
fSr. LOT 0.f----,,.,.i-llcheeplrcsb
J eligeble locamw
'WOWtiOrWfSAMirKYSTIiECTlwrt Wi the said Ebeiieier Cromiey,
. .i.tAn wiimmu luruiurin. i. 1 1 .
i ited this the 7th day of June A. D. 1872.
By A. V. AirpkBsoa.herAlt'y.
WU1 sell cheep lor casn juneU-Ow IdM
RUTHRAUFF & COSY'S
. WILL BCT A FIRST-CLASS "
1 DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOW!
Warranted to give Satisfaction.
RUTDRAUFP & MRU
SULKY HORSE HA7 ME
OF ALL, KI5D8
CALL AT .
We offer to consumers a nice stack of
BHOYRUS SATINETS, .
ALLEGHANY CITY FLANNELS
Goods are all wool, 31 Inchea wide, and
we are selling them at old prices.
Eiiaal, If not superior, to any Tarn In the
these we have a large stock, purchased
the advance, and Oder them at last
Thts K-!ldne t- th p ortpHoa of a t-ct!.-.
sad has bwi nsd for map- rrxrs in a
for ail flii
Throat sad Lnn; always with the beet mcefss.
rnrwi Coughs ; Colds. Croup. WhixingC-nch,
A'thms, Inesmmation of the Lnn:. old. Ion?-
Coughs, and for ConyhSL Coliis or Crom
ofChiMr-n it Is ttw h-t mrw-lT known.
tr-SoM by U deal-r in Medicme at CO cent. . ,
Toe best Liniment of the Age.
Cnrr. RhernnsH-n. Kmilrf' rfc'tM
Sprsins, Flesh Wounds. Be- B-.lis. Sow Thrmt
orQnin-r. Frost Bitw. and ho-'-' ""
Liniment Is rennired. Cares T Mnenew. Sprsrn
Wonnds. Windis. mV.'
- - " h"T,h
. . . -4,.r. r
afflicted, the -m-r1tcTer'"'---
' ' . w-i.Hiwd by
.u-v -iirhsneeof bcingi
..r.. m,.r."tp.ii-tr Fnrgnson
refund ihe money
j fail .o oo q
, , ..n-when' --
ij,-- Bottles, only 50
- --i. -nd peeavr-my for trw R-rVr
Th-r are pleasant to tee taste, and
" ,-"n .
VefciM will take them. If-oni
ar child hi. VTr-
will notice thst the sppetite is denr--i n-i
arishle. often, more than ordinarily Torew-i'".
utarting in the sleep. -Hnrting of the te-th. tA
boweis eostt-a. The child is Krnietiinea Terr p-
Worms, which, if left withont ne-li-
cine to retne-e them, will prod nee eon-nl-'"- ee
and fre-aently fevers. To remo-e the Wonnw.
bnv Webb's Ve-wahle Worm Coefeeti-i. ;
ty-Sotd by all dealers in Medicine at S rent,.
At Wholesale by C. K. WEBB BUO. Drug:
3ta, RpprietorJ, Jarr-m, Tlrlu .
Junel-,1872-6m. :". !-' '