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Home and Farm.
Interesting facts About Horses.
Vj take these interesting records
from an articla m the Farmer t Manik
in on horse history. "The horse oc
curs on some standards and coins, of
cast periods, aa well aa at the present
dsr. On the coins oi the Hindoos of
Bactria and Ceylon, and those of the
Sak kings of Larashta. he is conspicu
ous. Osraan describes the standards
of kings and chiefs of clans, in early
English times, when the king's stand
ard bore the figure of a white horse.
"England owes to Arabia the pos
session ot her improved and now un
rivaled breed of horses, adapted for
the turf, field and road. The Arabian
horses are drided into two great
branches: the Karachi, whose decent
is bntnownV and""the Kochlain, of
whom a written genealogy, has been
kept for two thousand years. The
latter class are held exclusively as rid
ing horses, and are valued at high
rates. They are spoken of as exhib
iting uncommon courage in the face of
the enemy in battle, and the degree
intelligence they manifest on such oc
casions is truly striking. Often, when
the rider has fallen in battle, the no
ble steed has carefully watched beside
him until assistance has arrived, fre
quently neighing to attract attention
to the spot. The Kochlain are neither
large .nor handsome, but amawn
swift. The whole race is divided, into
several families, each of which has
proper name. Some of these have
higher reputation tin others, on
of their ancient and nn contami
In England there are 2,000.000
of draft and -pleasure horses, besides
1,000,000 agricultural horses. English
history records that out of every thir
ty colts from thoroughbred stock, but
one proves extra fast.A horse whose
a? -- -? Vs ...mAMtitna vriirmnt:
pedigree i eigu jcuhw""
anr base admixture, is considered
thoroughbred. The number ot horses
in Russia is greater in pioportion
the population than it is in the great
est horse region of this country.which
is Kentucky. Bussia has one horse
to every three persons, while Kentucky
has one horse to about four and a-half
ot its population.'' . "
"Historical records show that up
1632 there were no horses in New En
gland, and their introduction into New
Netherlands, now New York, occurr
ed during the administration of Gov.
Von Tyler, in 1C33-38. Trumbull's
-History of Connecticut'' mentions
horse as accompanying emigrants
from Uassachusetts to that State,
tober 13, 1C3G. The first horse
in Canada, was brought to that, coun
try from France, in a ship which
rived at Tadousac, June 20, 1C47.
"It is estimated that there are now
in this country eight millions of horses,
valued at between two and three
thousand milions of dollar e, (a
ample to pay the national debt )
highest price recorded as actually
lor any one horse was t5,000,tbougD
it ia saLL that. 8150.000 would
have bought Gladiator alius meridian.
In this countrv Lexington sold
$15,000, and one of his colts has since
sold for 140,000, while $50,000
refused for another."
For a short time past there has
not quite the activity in the wool
market at-the East which character
ized it a fewweeks since. , Some qual
ities and grades, chiefly pulled
foreign, have fallenofi a little from
prices at which they were freely sell
ing. In the West, however,
small quantity offered, has generally
been taken by .Western consumers,
without wiafrwwfl change in the figures
nan ent a month aeo. Offers for
new arrivals do not show any weak
ness in the market as yet, but rather
indicate confidence an the part
manufacturers, in the coming market
for their fabrics. . .
It is also pretty well understood
that the domestic clip of 1872 will
show any increase over that of 1871,
owing to the facts that, in the fall
1870, but few shepherds in the rtorth
west bred their ewes" at all, and
for some months past the favorable
mutton market has induced the slaugh
ter of an unusual proportion ot
flocks. Fat sheep have been easily
converted into money at good
figures, pelts alone bring worth,
during the past winter, the full aver
age price cf sheep in ordinary seasons
To a marked extent the same
has occurred in Europe, in Australia
and in South America, modified
what by other circumstances there.
Nowhere will the clip of the present
year be much in excess of that of
vear. whue in some localities
falling off will be quite decided.
It would, therefore, seem inevitable
that, with the ordinary fluctuations
from month to month, the prices
must in general be maintained,
that woolen goods must respond fairly
to the cost ot the raw material. Such
seems to be the situation, present and
prosprective, unless it is to be dis
turbed by .sucE improbable contin
gencies as a war with Spain or a brush
with Great Britain.. .In any aucb
event, domestic wool would, of course,
eo up M out of sight;!' but the posm
bility, we truants too remote u
taken into the tSalculation at- present.
Fine Wool in France.
A correspondent of the "Journal
AgricaUurt Pratique, France, calls
to the high character for
ool of the flock rjN az, in lue
partment of Ain, points to the
that the wools of this flock of sheep
sell tor much-higher prices in
market than the wools of the celebra
ted Rambouillet flock. . iron
years this wool has sold (unwashed)
at the rate of forty cents per; pound,
our currency. This flock has
much resorted to for the purpose
imDrovinff the flocks of olher -coun
tries. The writer iutea tha imperial
and royal flockiiasters of the princes
of Austria, Hungary; SUesia,ffyp)es
Sweden. Vnn(jvdio. and of
Crimea, aa having had resort to
sheep of Has. to improve thefleeces
in fineness ana quality of wotiL EmB
of this flock hare long been uod
this purpose, -and the Heeee, of this
flock have long been awarded
highest premiums at the wotWur,jrB
of London, Pans, and lh jgteat
noaitiens of other cities. ' -.- ?S2.:
It has been "charged jauutta
flock that ail ptpii ijwim
ficed to the fleece, but Baron Girod
the sole proprietor of the flock, deuies
Fruit in Colorado.
i ThAoa v).a An tt,. ,nW r.i..
Those who dout the fruit producing
capacities of Colorado are the ones
who have given the subject no thought,
and shut their eyes to the experience
of Michigan, Illinois, Wirconein, Iowa
and Minnesota. In those States fail
ure was the rule at the start Yet
perseverance has demonstrated all
those States to be splendid for all the
hardier varieties of fruits, and most of
them producing the peach in great
abundance and perfection. Even
Iowa, whose severe Winters would
seem to be an eternal barrier, to the
growth ot the peach, is now producing
an enormous Quantity of lhis fruit. Oi
course this result has been reached by
patient study and experiment I pre.
tend to say that the climat of Colora
do is superior to that of any of the
States named for the production of
fruit All kinds of small fruits, have
been successful tested. The straw-
berry, raspberry, currant, gooseberry
and blackberry, have proved them
selves adapted to our soil and climate
yielding handsome returns for the
labor and expense involved. The
grape, also, has been proved, and
found to produce superior fruit, and to
be free from that dread of vine cul-
turists in the States the mildew.
Our peculiarly dry atmosphere, as
well as our great variety of soils, give
Colorado advantages for the produc
tion of the grape, that but few coun
tries possess. I have the Concord
Hartf ord.Dela ware and Martha grapes
that have gone through the past se
vere Winter tied to their stakes with
out any protection, without being in
jored in the least. I bar 500 peach
trees, t or tne nrsi wo years urauoa
es Winter-killed. The past two sea
sons I saved them by thorough irri
gation very late in the TalL I will
here state that the same plan is neces
sary for all kinds of fruit in Colorado.
I have the apple, pear, plum and cher
ry trees two years in the orchard that
stood the rigors of the past Winter
without protection, and have no part
ot them in the least injured. From
observation of trees on several farms
in our county, I am fully convinced
that Colorado beats any country
ever was in for the rapid production
ot healthy wood in fruit trees. Ii any
doubt this I will refer them to an ap
ple orchard belonging to Mr. Joseph
Rhoads, one mile east of Boulder.
He now has apple trees with bodies
more than five inches in diameter.that
have more than doubled the weight
each year. They will be full of blooms
this Spring, and unless we have a late
frost, he will have many bushels of
Jos. Wolff, in Central Register.
A careful study of the habits of
this pest to the orchard, will estab
lish the following facts, which,
promptly and vigorously acted npon,
can hardly fail to secure exemption,
to a exeat extent, from its attacks.
It seldom attacks strong, healthy
trees, hat prefers those that, from be
ing recently transplanted, or lrom
neglect, have become weak or stunt
ed. Where trees are trained with
tall, naked trunks, exposed to the
scorching rays of the sun. the bark
becomes thickened and comparatively
inert, and especially so when the tree
leans so as to receive the dirct raj e
the sun daring the hottest part of the
day. This furnishes an inviting
for the operation of the borer, pro
ducing what are commonly called
M son scalds,' bat which a closer ex
animation will invariable show to
the work of this insect.
After a careful study of all the rem
edies proposed, as also the habits
the enemy, we would recommend the
following as the most efleolual : Mix
soap and water to the consistency
paint, and into this throw any refuse
tobacco that can be procured ; let
soak for a few days,, or steep for
hoar or two over a fire, and when
cool, apply with a brush to the trunk
and larger limbs of the tree ; and re
peat the same as often as it may
washed ofl by drenchinc; rains, till
about the first ot July. After which,
tor that year there is no danger. Keep
an eye constantly on the watch for
the intruder, and when his pathway
can be discovered, kill him by run
ning a wire after him and plugging np
his bole with soap.
A wide, low spreading top that
will completely shade the entire trunk,
is almost a sure preventive, and it the
ground can be kept quite wet for two
feet around the tree during the most
of May and June, it is nearly as effec
Illustrated Journal of Agriculture.
The Herds of Texas.
A writer in the Courier Journal,
niter stating that two Texas men have
100,000 herd of cattle, states how the
herds were formed: At the com
mencement of the late civil war many
of the young men volunteered into
the Confederate army, and after the
passage of the conscript act all ot the
able-bodied were either drafted or
driven to take refuge in Mexico. In
conseqtence df the want of care, at
lle strayed freqeutly to the diUuce of
several hundred miles, generally nnulh-
ward or toward the gulf. Stockrairtors
in this Slate have laws peculiar ntito
theragelves, jant as lumbermen liavo
laws growing out ot nece-ity and
deriving llieir farce through univer
sality ot custom. One of these is that
when a calf beoines weaned from the
mother, and when it can not lie imlen-
tifiedasthe property ot anybody, -nt
becomes the chattel ot any one who
first .marks and brands it. Small
stock-raisers are not able to employ
the necessary labor to keep their stock
"oranaea np," wmeiy ttcatterea as
they re and have been lor many years,
and therefore what they lose, usually
becomes incorporated in large stocks
Killing Weeds in Lawns.
'The American Rural Home, says
Dock, Canala thistles, horseradish,
dandelons, and other strong rooted
varieties, are trequent tenants of the
grass plot. They obstruct the lawn
mower, and when oharen closely as
the grass, fpring quickly into promi
nence again, reriiaps tne beat metuod
ot killing them out is to use a narrow
Uaded 6pade, or a strung kuife, which
will cut the root deep enough under
the surface, when it can be pulled np,
and in most cases will not grow again.
This, however, is not the case with
strong growiDg and extremely vital
plants, like horseradish thistles ana
dock. These require more frequent
treatment, and perhaps something ad
ditional to tha cutting If a little salt
or what u much better, kerosene, can
be applied to the cut surface of the
roots, it generally kills them comnlete.
Agricultural Statistics—Size of
We have received from Hon Francis
A. Walker, superintendent of the cen
sus, the advance sheets ot volume
third of the ninth census. As this
volume is devoted to sericulture, eiv-
ing general statistics of agriculture by
States and Territories; the same sta
tistics by counties ; statistics of se
lected agriculture by townships ;
number and size of farms by States
and Territories and the same by
counties, it will be one of the most
interestins to the farmers of the coun-
try. " There are in the Uuited States
i63.iio.f20 acres ol improved lard in
farms, and in the same 244,301,818
acres not improved. There are in I
Ohio 195,953 farms, of which 134 are
under three acres each, ana oo over
1 000 acres each. The are 454 farms
uvcr dud nut en in vAhcui
1,000 acres. The greatest number of
farms, 71,000, is under the head over
50 and under 100 acres. In Illinois
Vaa aa OfkO forma lirinT tMpH 1 000
acres and over ; 68.130 farms ranging
from 50 to loo acres; 05,940 tar ma
from loo acres to 500 ; 43
containing each under 3 acres
and a total number of 202,803 farms,
In Ualltornia mere ara .id muusauu
acre ( and over) farms, none under 3
. .1 i r. f . !
acres, ana a loiai ot -o, 1 1 nu mo.
Indiana tiorn r 171. 289 farms. Of
thoAA l.Sf.5 &re nnder three acres ,
. , .
7.270. over three and under ten acres
13.500 over ten and under twenty
. I 5
acres ; 55,sji over twenty ana unuer
fifty acres ; 52,014 over 50 and nnder
IOO acres ; 0,443 over 100 and under
j500 . i004 ever SOO and under l.OOO;
and 70 of 1,000 acres and over. Iowa
has 38 thousand acre farms, nine of 3
acres, 41,372 ranging between 50 and
100 acres: and in all 110.292 farms.
New Hampshire has 39,642 farmland
C larms of over 1,000 acres. New York
has 210,253 larms of which 209 go
over 500 acres and 36 over 1,000.
Rhode Island has 5,378 farms, 9 going
over 500 acres and 2 over 1,000
So it will be seen that although two
of the largest farms in the country are
located in Illinois, yet Califojnia has
the greatest number of large farms.
Plants Grown in Windows.
rm 3 , .
in pots, tubs or boxes, tail, mostly
because they let the pots be exposed
to the not sun. Now we never see
the roots that is, that part which
draws nutriment from the soil fully
exposed to the sun in a state of nature,
and this should teach window garden
ers to shade the pots and boxes in
which their plants grow.
Another cause of failure is allowing
the leaves to get dusty. The leaves
being in reality the lungs of the plant
it is imperative that they should be
kept clean. I have often been asked
why plants did not do well in windows,
and it is often as difficult to answer
without seeing the plants, but the
general failures occur from the causes
I have named, for it stands to reason
that it bait tue roots ot a plant are
burned oft repeatedly and the loaves
are killed with dust, that sickness will
be the result. It is easy to clean ofl
the dust by taking a little broom or
or brush and dipping it in water and
flirting it over the leaves of the plants
two or three times in a week ; try it
Improvements of Land.
The Canada Parmer says :
. There are two ways in which land
may be ameliorated and brought into
good tilth and condition for grain
f rasa. The first is by growing rooU
with the help of manure, to restore
fertility and get rid of weeds, which
can be done to most advantage on
finllj 1rAiltf tl'sA wnrlrAil s.nil
smoothed down by the action of the
The other is by Summer fallowing.
The latter is often objected to as en.
tailing a loss of one year's crop, but
this ia more in theory than in prac
tice, for there are held on many
farms that have remained in a state
of rough pasturage, yielding but little
grass, lull of old stump roots, cradle
knolls, wild craaaes and weeds of
every description, that can be got rid
of, and the land brought into, a proier
system of rotation, by first giving
them a thorough Summer fallowing,
followed by Fall wheat or barley, as
the crop on which to seed down with
clover or grass.
Improvements of Land. Decrease of Sheep in Europe.
It is stated that there were not bo
many sheep in Great Uritain in 1870,
by 1,400,000, as at the former enu
meration. Of this number the de
crease was nearly all in England.
A Paris letter writer eays: "In
the north of France, especially, and
to a lesser degree in parts of Nor
mandy, the cattle typhus has attacked
the sheep and goats. The malady
does not display the same severity as
when black cattle are infected. How
ever, many cases have occurred when
it has been necessary to slaughter
sheep, and whose fletth, under the cir
cumstances, is not considered ser
viceable for food Many su Herein by
Oiis exleiittion ot tlie itlague have
found the cnning of sheep in clow
and confined quarters are most t:ivor
able to the attraction, as well as the
extension, of the malady, and that as
a disinfectant chloride of lime was
more efficacious than carbolic acid
the latter being eminently a preserva
An Eastern farmer writes : It has
been our custom for several years, to
sow a mixtme of oats and wheat for
feeding stock, two bushels of oats and
one of wheat to the acre. The yield
in bushels is greater. The quality ot
the p-oduet is very superior; the
wheat is very full and plump; it makes
a heavy, rich and nutritious feed for
stock. Teas and oats are frequently
sown together, to be used as feed for
young stock. Nothing is better as a
fleh forming food. Oats and barley
are also raised together. We should
suppose the barley would rippen first
and shell before the oats would ma
ture. It is said the barley is retarded
in ripening by the shade of the oats
so that both reach maturity at the
To brighten straw-matting and oil
cloth, give the matting a thorongh
washing with salt and water, using
one pint of salt in a pail of water. Dry
quickly with a soft cloth. Rub your
oil cloth with a cloth dipped in milk,
first having scrubbed it with soap and
warm water. It will then look as
bright aa when new.
, IUIIIUIIWII UlUUIOi
r fji II i u i if in n i mi v i
that no family can pass a single sea
ranging son without some kind of an emoili
farms ent ; War necessary. It becomes
jgtjrcf importance then to secure
wonderful vegetable reston
tive 18 fte sleet-anchor of the feeblt
111(1 ueouixaiea. ni a toiuc ana cor-
1 r the aged and languid it has
no equal among stomachers. Asa
remedy for the nervous weakness to
which women are especially subject,
it is superseding every other stimn-
l&nt In all Climates, tropical, tem
Perate or frigid, It acts as a specific
in every species or disoraer which
undermines the bodily strength and
W . a. en a, .
oreaKS flOWTl the animal spirit.
IliMlUAIl JttUOlimll llUllJIlMI 1
FOR MAN AND BEAST.
tvvi r . it i 1 i j
rcuuauiy iuw aruuiBB nave ever nau
g0 extanslV8 a Salef wiile none nave
jjeeI1 mora universally beneficial than
the celebrated MEXICAN MUSTANG
LINIMENT. Children. Adults, Horses,
and Doxnostio Animals, are always
it u gaft 8ay
Over three hundred livery stables In the
city of New York alone am using the mxi-
CAS MUSTABO LlKIMKIT, in all Of Which
glve8 nnivenial satisfaction.
CAITIOS. The genuine Is wrapped In
fine istrel iue eni?nivlu( with W. Wnt-
brook, Chcmi," and "Trade Mar, if
muutaxu lisiumut;'. en?
h a fuaA(lliawNnniij ThA Vlii.lA
proprietor's prlvatn United Ktalea Kevenue
Htinp,and not a eonunon stamp, as
63 Vara; i'laoe, Mew Yor
J. W. DAVIDSON
Havinc onrehased the Interest ot John
Martin, of the firm of laltison A Martin,
i wumuioiorui me puuiio tuai ua uuuucu
IN HYATT'S BLOCK,
WITH A FULL and COMl'LETE STOCK
Ami EVERYTHING usually kept in
First Class Crockery Store.
Ofsll Styles nd Patterns
In endless variety of 8lzes and Style
All of which will be sold
Cheap fiff Cash Ollly
AGENT KOK THE
Manhattan Silent SEWING
May 6. !f71-tr. .
A LARUK VARIETY of toe celebrated
J Helta Thomas Clocks; also. Clocks of al
stvirsami prices, al u. w. MLinntAi-a.
The Marvin House,
JAMES IBtttr, Proprietor,
l ...' t-' v.; '.--r .
Cor. Malm svmd lomt Streets,
r OOD AOPOMMODATIONH AND PLENTY
VJT of HUble Uooiu. April 22, 1872.
W. T. LVLB.
r. W. SEYMOUR.
W. T. LYLE & CO.
The Best Pictures!
CAN BK OBTAINED AT
. Flndlny, O.
April 5. 72-11-28
A. & J. Parker & Co.
Highest Cash Price
WHITE & BURR OAK STATES,
f ! i
And all kinds or
Hard Wood Lumber.
Hancock Flouring: Mill,
L. E. & L. E. R. DEPOT.
II II II II U II I! II III II II II il III II
iinnni ii i n ii nit u mi n ii ii
II II II II II II ' II l II i II II 11 H El II II
ABE OFFERING SOME BARGAINS IN
DRY GOODS !
Hats, Caps, Boots & Shoes
Look at a List of Prices.
T1 Sell a good Siik parasoi for $1.00.
TllPV Sell l GoOfi li-ltl
m. 11 a-a- II
They HPll a licavy iuusunyaru wiuc xuuis.
They Sell a Fine Muslin yard wide lSJcts.
They Sell Calicos at
They Sell Calicos at
They Scl1 thc Bcst
They Sell a lioou
They Sell Lace Curtains for
They Sell Corded Alpacas all colors 25cts
THEY SELL THE BEST SHILLING GINGHAMS IN FINDLAY
They Have a Nice
SPRING DRY GOODS, DRESS
GOODS, MILLINERY, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES &c,
AT PRICES -UBINK WITH THE AfiOE
YOU CAN SAVE LOTS OP MONEY BY
GOING TO EATON'S STORE
It is Easy Enough to Make
Save it. You will learn .the
Store. Thousands have learned! t.
Law Office in Buflton.
W. II. ANDERSON,
AVINO REMOVED TO BLUFFTON,
Allvn County, will practice law In Han
cock, Allen and tutuani cuuuUns, aud will
regularly aiicnu turn seskioua ui whji
Fludlay, as heretofore. fa:u2-U
frera the City with the lurgest stock of
Watcher, Clocks and Jewelry,
ever seen In Findlay.
J. G. STIiACK,
GROYCH Ac BAICElt
New Improved Family
Sewing Machine !
! Arcadia, Ohio.
rpHE GUOVEIIAND BaKER MACHINE Is
L purelyaflrNt-cuwsoue.aaauy onecansee
by calluiKar Mr ttlrack's rooms. Just South ol
the Depot, where they will always flpd a
huge stork, and at prices that
Mar.2aib72-lC . .
NEW GROCERY !
IADAMHaCO. would say tstliecltlsens
j. ot Benton and vicinity lliatthvy usvees
Utiltxhtd a Family merry tn rlwlr mm,
and will keep Flour, Fish, Mult, and all kiuds
of Uiocerlea, which will be aold al
They will pay Findlay prices, In CASH, for
Produce of alt kinds.
Cash paid for Uldea and PelU.
May 13, 1870-tf.
T MAKE a Htiecialty of the Klein Wsteu-
I the I Mat In the market. Call and ere K.
)ufn i 711
O. W. KJMMKU
H) WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Spert"
X men aud others are hereby notified tbat
Uwy are lorbldde!! to altuol ttit of any in
ou ilie preinbaai ol the stiMleiHlgued, uuUsa it
be by spuuial pMrinianiun.
IAVII WAl.Tl'K. H. II. IIITKKMAS.
lia Vf ItHHKKU'K. AHU'M HAHt.
WM. M AUI IN JAM. MKi Kkk.
J. lt.THH.-il.U, It. HKAv ll,
M. II Wll. A. OW KLI.
liltllT AMI Midi! STM
The Best Quality, -
and The Cheapest Lot
BOOTS k SHOES
BK FOOD AT '
No. 74 Main'' Street,
HOP : iUADE
bi has a pcix uii or
Work Madd to Order when lmised,
and Warranted to give Satisfaction.
no.l-tf ' '. 1 : ",
NOTICE. " -
rVS THEJ(ITK DAT OF ARIf. V. itt.
f teen seventy-two, the Pro bote Court of
tha Jones deceased, to be probably Insolvent.
Creditors ore Umreforo required to present
th.ir claims aoalnstrhe estate, to th
signed for allowance within six months from
the time above mentioned, or they will not
be entitled to payment. jouh BOYLES.
lsnlnistratorof Martha Junes Iar...i
AAprU Hix 17112 tw. -
ijrlOVG IOI l.UU.
' I? 1 1 f n
Stock of All Kinds
Money, but the Secret is
Secret by corns to Eeton's
For Sale Cheap.
A Wood County Farm.
A N EXCELLENT FAKM OF ONE 1I1T.J
J dreil acres, three miles south east
Over Sixty Acres Improved!
And Good Stream of Water
SOIL Good for WHEAT, as well
Frame Barn, L05 House, Etc
GOOD SCHOOL I
Confer with eit her ol the nnrtersigned.
J. C.LKK, Toledo, U.
T. K. HTItONU, Norwalk, O.
-U. J. H. KK1D. ltowljug Ureen.U.
rpiIKUenulne Pebble, and all other varie-
tie of 8clcli, al
le place where they keep the lnrgest stock,
and sell thecheapesl In Flndlx v, at
Tho Wild Rose, "
And an Endless
They are now
SENATOR, LEADER JUBILEE, SOVEREIGN; IM
and many other First-Class COOK STOVES.
PARLOR COOK STOVE, haa no equal. We hare a fine aMortmeU
Variety of Tin, Sheet Iron
LARD CANS are the
EBLING'S MELODEON HALL
He wnnld respect full? Mate to his friends and
eat with liiSMHXiiil Ntck of itentMmabltt
CS 3Ld O ..lHL--TLTSS-:Srm
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS;
And Everything in the Line of
GENTS' FURNISHING -CG OODS.
Which lie U wiling (ar below all his competitors.
THE MERCHANT ' wmM:
is under his own supervision, and after an expeienoeof 2tf yearn, be flaturs himself that he
canted upa nicer til fair less money, than any
Don't Forget the Place, MELODEON '.HA.LL
CLOTHING HOUSE, East Side Main treet;
- A. EBLINC.
Would call th attention of the
AXLES, CUTLERY AND BELTING,
WOOD WOKK FOR WAGONS & BUGGIES.
Aud all gioUa usually kept In their line, hey are also AgonU for the celebrated
NISHWITZ'S PULVERIZING 11 ARROW
Moine Walking Cultivator,
The hod implement of iu liud manufactured.
JOIH (11BIID MOW AND SRLP-RAKB
The only Successful Self-Rake in tue. We also sell the
QUAKER SULKY PLOW ATTACHMENT
And Plows of different manufacture, second to none in the market Give
as a call betoro making yonr purcluwes, and we will give you satisfaction at
living pricco. Feb. 10, 1872, tf.
FURNITU ma It O OiUS!
Aiannfactares and deals fat all kinds of
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE ! !
The public are invited to eall and examine bis lareje and nniivalletl stork He intends to
keep oouMtantly on baud and manufacture to order f aria lure of every description :
Dressing Bueaus; Centre Tabes, Wash Stands; Wardob tr
ri 3 oaIaVIas. rrirt v.! Ga4m o.M. i s
DUlas IUUI owwuios, lauior. irasuig pwimm, wuiurts.
Bedsteads, every variety, Parlor & Kitchen Furniture, best quality and funs
Our work Is made by the best nr workmen, and ol the Tory best material, which warrants
me In say Ins; tbat It will be foond second to none in the county, audi will sell cbeauaaibe
sKineean lie bonxhtat any other establishment In Hancock aounty. Utveiue a eall before
niin-haxinK eiaewnere, as we win gnarauueaaus'acuon in reitara to work and prices. AISO
ij . I .. 1IU.I l..ptl,.l'.l.hflul
VI. Avil. nn ..... -- "- i i. -
WOVEN WIRE MATTRESS,
The Best, Easiest, Cleanest and MOST L ASTIX
r imp ana rutim tvMirn fu w oa. jaMiu vrusss
Kladlay.Ubio, AgusH,Hfl 1-Uu.
receiving, and keep constnllj on hand, a
IV I II 13 J T X IV
natrons, that he has just returned Croru the
r ; '. ' : " ' '. -" " .
houKe In .North wasters) Ohio. He employs
public to their large
Clipper Mower and Reaper,
U M ATTRERS EVER HADE. Call and see It
DLn? eHfcos r sc 1a, Ivxv. -
Full Supply of ;
and Copper Ware.
best ever offered n
ThA nmlerslened haspractw
TU-ENT Y-EIUHT years nvln6'-MiTr1at 1
tinna tn attend to all calls in hta iMefto-l
n..k..lv.nnlMthltI belob T. Uoik.1
and my prices hereaJler will be aaiouJn.
Set of Teetb from : ftStefjig.
FUHnajTeeOi wltliGoId, ; i.
For common sized entity. Larger
Silver, Common Cavity, 50ct.
Larger i Proportion.
ALL OTHEa OPCRATIOS9
ONE HALF THE FORMER PRICES.
lmeanboslness! These prim shall continue
lornDeyear: soeome In anU contract liyoa
aeed a Set ol Teeth.
HTflOUS OXIDE GAS.
AHASTHESIA TO THE GDHS !
For relief of pain in extracting Teeth. Mr ex
perience ronuers the admlnlwratton of the
above agenu perfectly sale to the pallenU.
TERMS : : ' CASH.
ALL WORK WARRANTED
Horse ailCatllB Joite
TbM smMrsuan. loos sa4 BlToraMy
knora, viU thwMshly is-tnrifonts
broken down and loar-spirilcd karsn.
y smniruMnnir sna cwsaauii
stomar a sod intestines,
ft is a son scsreattreof sll dii
ioeideot to this animal, face as Lb'&tt
WATER, HEAVES, COUGHS, DIS
TEMPER, FEVER.S, FOPN DEK,
LOSS Or APPETITE AND VITAL
KXEReT, ate. Its ass lapYes
the wind. Increases the sppMaie
sir aaaMoca sad ninny akin sad
transform the aiiaefmble skeleton f
into loe-lookins sna pirited son.
To keepers of Cows this prepara
tion Is invaluable. It is a aora pro-
TealiTO scams sunoerpesc, houo
Horn, ate. It ass seen proaea b
actual experisseat to isereaso the
quantity of sulk ana) cream twenty
per cent, sad suke the batter ftrst
and avert. In fatten ina cattle, at
fires then aa appetite, loosens their aide, and stakes
thess thrive aiaeh faster.
Inn Jlxairi of Swine, each as Gate ha, Ulcere la
tha Langs, urer, ao. , uui srucat sets
as s i peel Be. By pattimj frosi one
half s paper to a paper la a bajrei of
ovill tha ahora &seaas will he eradi
cated or oatiraly prerented. iriea
ta titac a certain peerenUa ana
oara tor toe Hog Coolers.
DATID Eo FOITTZ, rroyrIcfor
Tar sale by Thninrists and Storekeepers throoshoaj
lbs United Stales. Casailaa sad Soath Asaerica.
A Greax Medical Discovery.
DR WAKZR'S CAirORKTA
I.Waaa,oi "B. SV caasi.Ca,.iaiaaaa41
OAa, ari. asa fissi ens , rai , .aaasoasriiaiaiwat. a. .
Hlv'ao.lS aaea- Tsstlassay toltavs
WoakSerAU Carmll-vo Eafesta. '
itwfar axKarlle Pmaaey lrtavk. Hade at'Twmr
Wkiakey, yiaaC plrUa mm Kefaaas
IJiaas's.doctceed. spiced and ssreeseped to pieaas tap
tests, csued "TohIcs.- - Appettsns.' " aeaKrers," ac,
tbat load ttwtlrpleros toarnntennssi ami rata, bet are
a true Medicine, made from tha natrre roots and herts
of CsBfrsmla. Oreo tVoaa all Aleebelte sMtaass.
taaas. They are Um Gal EAT BLOODmi.
riEal mm A UR 6IYIXO FaUJf CIPIJC.
a serf act Keaoruicr aad laricorator of tba srjrsacm.
carry ins; off aU soansoas mauer and reatorioc the Wood
to s sealttiy coartldoa. So oeraoei eaa take tneaa B
ters according- to directions, and remain, loos: aawaU.
enartee) their snarl are sot deatroyad by mineral
sad tne vital arcana njajtad
berosd tne aoiat of repair.
arsatsatla Faisallm mm well aa as
TssalasoBseaains aiao, tha oecaliar saerttot scttssj
as a aowerfnl acent is relieTinf Conffeatioa or Inflam
mation, af tha Ursr. aad all tha Tacaral Ortana.
rotl rtXALt COMPLAWTs, whether la
yosBf eroM, ssarraad orslsfla, st the dawaofve-naa.
koodorsttba tarn al lire, inese Toole Bitters hare so
Tea. Iniaaaaaarary atavd Ctesaalst atlnasaa
tloss auad OsMst. 1j spipsla asp Issdlajaasiaa.
Bill ems, at ens Ht ens aad Iatea-aaUteiaS Fa
venrs, Plseaaea or the) atlas d. Uvea, gld
aeyassavd Bladder, tbesa Bitters bars seta moat
successful. Sjsmb IWsissi s ara c asa d by TWtatad
Bis a d, which bspssrrslly produced by acrangtiarmt
of the Plsreotlvo Quasi.
VTSfEPSIJa. OB LTSIOESTIOW. Bead.
che, rain la the Shoalders. Cosgbs, Tsjhtsstsiof the
Cheat, Dirrlness. SoarlEractations of the nmsnach.
Bad Taste in the Month, lllioaa Attacks, ralpiudoa of
the Heart, Inltaaisnitloa of the Langs, Pain ta tha
rerloas of the Kidneys, and a hand red other nalafsl
symptoms are the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
They laTlgorslo the Stomach sail attmnlite the torpid
Lhrersnd Boweb, which reader them of aneqnalied
etBcacy ta enmnatnt the blood of aU imparities, and tn
partins; new life and Tiror to tha whose system.
FOB SKIX Df CASES, Ernptions, Tetter, Salt
Rhcnm. lotches. Snots, rimpios, Pnataias, Bolls, Car
bsuarles. Sing Worms. Rcsld Head, sore Byes, Erysfftel.
as. Itch. Scarfs. Discolorallona of the Skla, Bnmon and
Diseases of the Skin, of whatever same or naiare aro
literally dus ap and carried oat of the sjstem ta a short
ttaaa by the asa of these Bitters. One bottle sack
cases will coerce the moat lacredolooa of their
Cieansa the TWated Blood whmerer yoa find Ms mv
parities kurstlnf Urosxh the sain In rnmplee. Era
buns or Korea; cleanse It when yon flnd Itooscrocted
and alavUi la tba veins; cleanse It when tt la foal,
and your feelings will tell yoa when. Keep the blued
pure, and the health of the system win follow.
Jtw. Tape suae! sbes Wn ass, kirklnr la the
system of so niasy Ihnnsaialr aro edectuailv deatroyad
SPd remoTed. nays a dlatlnpssshod physsutatlat,
thesols scarcely aa indlrklual unoa the face of the
earth whose body la exempt from the presence of
wurswA. si a m opeei too nesuiny esrmenta of tne
apoa the heal
xtasl, bat sons t
thai breed thes
aad dimy deposits thai breed these Mrlmt snonmra of
disrsse. N. system of Medicine, ao vermifugea, ao
iaas worm exi
suiawinumKav WUI ires IBS aysnsBB ITOaft WOTaal UM
SOLD BT AU, PKC0OIST8 JIND DEALERS.
J WALK E , rroprsstor. IL McDOXALO A CO,
IhTsTjistaaad Oca. Arenta. asa rrsscaco, CaUoraia,
sod S and St Coinmeroa aUeet. Szw Turk.
FOR 8 ALE BY
W. L. Uliller &
Jane 30. 1871-ly
IMlLli-lied tl .
hire it is ol a ai i i
rniSIi I.I.TS PCEitXIDK IT
It is a certain euro for Scrofula.
Syplulu in all its turms. Klieuina-
afciu waseaseM, Liver Oorn-
plaiut aud all dueasut of tne
0N3 BOTTLS 07 HflliTAia
wilTdo more ruoal thaa ten buttles
of tha Srrups of Ssjaanarilla.
THE UNPERSIGNaO PHYSIOAN3
Itave turd Roradalis in tlieirpraetieo
lor the past three years and freer
endoraa it as a reliable Alterative
and Blood Purifier.
DR. T. C. PUC n, of Baltimcte.
UK.T. j. BOYKIN. -
DR. R. W.CAHH.
DR. F. O. DAN .N XtT,
DR. J. S. SPARKS, of NirholaJTille,
DO. L. McCABTHJL. Colnaabla.
DR. A. R NOBLES, EJco N. C
USED AUD rSDOSSED BT
. B. TRENCH SONS, Tall Rirot,
W. S.MTTTT. Jacksnau Mb-fc
A. F. WllKKLER, Liavr, Oluo.
B. HALL. Lima. Ohio.
CRAVEN A CO-jGardesanrille, Vs..
oA.t sa. w. mcr.iuijs.il, jnurlreca
ooro, sena. ......
Onr apnea will act allow sfsss...
tended remarks ia retail aw to the
virtue. of RoaaOalia. Totho liediral
Profession we (uaranteo a e'lual Ks
tract snrjarior to any they hare eve.
sued ia too treatment of stisstaaed
Bloodt sad to thondlieted we sat trv
Rosadalis. aad voa will be isssotsn.
RissaJalie Is sold bv sll Dmrxists.
pra tt M per buttle. AuViroa
X CL22GaTT3 CX 9
July 21 18H It-
REAPER & MOWER
Jacob n. Loehr, of Allen township, ta Agent
for the Kzcelslor Hcif-RavklntC or lMopoiiiti
Ueaperaud slower, and will order tlie same
r any one deslrlnar it.
Puauuflc addreaa, Van Bnrsn, Hancock Co
Scroll Sawing' ', T
ALSO D AlBBISAUI
N.B.-We so ana facto re all Kindr of nrh
lor JolnerC one.sach as MOULDINGS, A K
CH1KAVES CA8T1NOS, BAK. tVRNH'K,
Etc- BRACKETS. and all tnu or n;in.i
SAWISU and TUBSINU.
Iln4 and Detail for BullU
Isiga furnlsJacsl without
Where we raraUh Lorober fbr the same.
Highest Market Price
Paid for all kinds of Lnmber
Ornca ajrd Taso
West Ct 8 tree. North 81de.
Dec. 29-ly. FINDLAY, OHIO
NEW DISH STORE
AS KXTCaSIVk AssJOa-TTtmT or
Crockery, Glassware !
CHEAP CASH STORE.
87 Main Street.
WsrafaV raaMtlvIni k ftlll aaAfl mmnltst tfafk (a ff
HATS & CAPS,
SPRING S SUMMER TRADK
or 1872. " also
At fireai Basraptlaia at HCHWAB'f.
a- V- MYERS
W. H. AVHEEIdER
Have formed a Partnership far the pur
poae of Baying and iieailnii In
Hard Wood Lumber
ha y are now prepared to contract lot fn-
Every day for any amount of
Black and White WALXTTT,
White ASH.Etc, Eto
Will represent them with power to contract
transact any business for thorn.
Findlay, Nov. 17. 1K71-U. 1
FISH ! FISH ! !
AH, xmis OW-
vx QPAirrmsa to suit
All are Interested !
ANY ONE wishing- to pnrebsae a 'VTatrb .
Clock, or Jewelry, should call on
O. W. KlBtmcl,
Who takes Tileaanre In showing tmmle. and
warranu every Ihlnc to be as be repreaen la.
ALL KINDS of Watch and Clock Rp paired .
and all Jobbina rseloaatng to bis line)
sun neatly promptly, and WarranteiL at
l l 71
ta. W KJJiafS
fressssaan a reward of One Thousand Dollars
LVS, twill be paid le aar Psiysietaa who
IV jwlll produce a medicine tbat will
ttnPDlr tb wants of tbe people bet
mmmler titan toe article known aa
Celobrated Blood CUanaar or Panacea
must he a better Otthartic, better Altera--
live, a better Hudorine, s boiler Uiuretic, a
briu-r Toulaud Id everyway beuer litnu
the r'anno-a. So rua'ter bow long It lias
btien la an or Itow lately dlnoiverau. Abovs.
it taust not euutaln auviiiiiist sur ruaso-Y
ruimatt, . T. .
A reward of rivaHnndrau Doilai will K-.
psudlor a medicine Uiat will pcraiavaetil
iy euro . asora of T.Mr.--
aUisMion. Mick and Nervooa Ueaatlacbev Llveai
t'uiupbuiit, Kltkms Drsort?r, Jsnatlm),HLu
niaHam Uout, Lfaortlery, Cbliiar and fever.
Tape V orrna. Rt.ila. Tnenivm. Tnttxra: rrt
Mores; Pains In tboLelna, bide and Meant, and .
Blood Cleanser oiFaiaacea
Which ta need more exteaslvel j ky paaetlefns
pbyatctana titan any otner popular aaedictne.
knows. .., ij . . , t v - .
Ask far Tmhrmermlmmamem
Aad elesnse yonr Blood. r Plies, n X per
bottlex. HrgkV'recommendefL Prepared for
Western Trade by Vr P. Pabrney. Cblcaijo,
and Uhlo and Enstarn Trade bf
. ... ...... t'V li Da X SV IV!
IJttir. raiiiuai obwa..vwi
: Waynesboro, Pranklln Coantv, Pent.
Ask fr.r fir. p. rAhrnev"a Blood Ulanutisei
made at Waynesboro, Ps snd Cbicago, Ills
aud . : '
"Dr. Pi lMhmY Health JbTrase-tger" sve,
VLstaifKBa, tASStimoniaun, svbu wusij
Moid by wboleaaie and retail t
InfairljAaxlsio Sw.ll I fl'MO Of On
andbv . . ,! j. .: '-j
W. It. Miller & CPTAggit- .
Jrtry 21. Tl-lT. IIMBLtV. 0-.
ABE THE BEST IX rSE
BLACK CD.'B Hpboroiasa ep"
I . k-,. matAsrimJa ustitorrsi
adapiatlbeiu ieUio oaae and lmflroToruaiil o
tbeeraarer. . :j v,k.t' - " "
Tom nad only or tz. '
rireJ v u