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THE JEFFERSONIA.N : FINDLAT, HANCOCK COTTNTY. OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 21. 1S72.
FJUDAT MOKNIKe. JUNK 21. 1872.
Notice to Advertisers.
Hen-Sir Pbs-tcbbxd Bcujrss Locals
will to dMzibntad amonc the readlnc nutter
urn p-t at rurnrs cram per line.
KHcuxjuiBn-xau. wU w cougeo
rn CPria par llaa.
mrrrtra-n mriirnn nn rnnm I
uUilLL.il LHAfllifi III llMf.
On and after Honday, Jnnelw
3d. Train Will leave and ar-
njwmi. wvaw I
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1:SU H M
W P. W
pacifle Epre j
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10:15 A. M
6.: P. M
joHir e. snrpsoBr,
. ww jTN T -tl I
iflilD. non. vnaa rosier wuiac- the-
Mint onr Tianlra far r v.tni!o I
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Tm person who found an 8 amrJ
- I . .
ledger in irenaieton. last W ednesdav I
- - - - -
will be liberally rewarded by leaving I
it or sending it to the Jsfp. office.
W. t. T..l.. I. Wlt.nl Aa I
aiaua, u -cw, m n u
Rock, keeps solid silver and triple-
plated spoons snd forks, all kinds of
silver and plated waje, nice for wed
ding presents. Call and see.
Wi call the attention to the card of
Dr. Evans to be found in another
column. The Doctor makes his
headquarters at the Joy House, and
makes Chronic Diseases a speciality
Qcm a number of our 8 subscri
bers have "interviewed" us during the
past week. They were welcome.
They left us substantial tokens of their
" Uncle Ben Hnber is "sitting at
the receipt of custom and taking in
the "scads' lively, considering the
heighth ot the thermometer. And
they have the consolation ot knowing
that the county will get every dollar
mat passes through, his hands.
Wi have received a letter making
complaint of alleged abuses in the
management of the Cotnty Infirmary,
which we lay over for further consid-
eration. It will probably appear soon.
Resigned. Mr. Jos. Smart, Arca
dia, has sent in his resignation as Post J
master at that place. Cause salary
insufficient for the amount of labor re
quired. We have aot learned who is
likely to be his successor.
The Wheat Crop. One of our most
observing farmers informs us that there
has been quite a change in the wheat
crop for the better within the Last two
weeks, and that he predicts a good
half crop- We are glad to hear it.
Dolph RosKNBKKa has completely
fitted np his office, over Welsh's Shoe
Store, Esst side of Main street, and
has now on of the finest rooms in
town-and we areglad to learn that he
is doing a land office business.
Ths residents along East Sandusky
street, north side, west from Liberty,
are preparing to put down new brick
.pavements as fax out as the railroad.
fEvery street in town presents some
evidence of improvement. Good.
A tCQiDof men are at work on the
SR. below town, and it
is perdicted by the knowing ones
that the Road will be finished be
tween here and Lima by the first of
September. We can see no good
reason why it should not.
Gone to Kenton. Two uook fc La l
der and one Hose Company, started
for Kenton to attend ths Firemen's
Tournament, yesterday morning. We
hope they may all come safely home,
bringing prizes with them. They are
. the style of chaps that Will do their
Mr. Moses Louthe informs us
that the vote on the cars referred to
in our last issue is not the one reported
to the Couritr, but one Uken at an
other time and place. We did not sup
pose that Mr. L. would make a false
renort of the matUr. nor would any
person acquainted with bim.
' Heard Front Mr. Abram Long,
"whose mysterious disappearance from
Bluflton, a abort tune since, was nou-1
eed in our paper, has been heard ol at I Tors
uetroii, jnicu., m cumpmiij wtiu iu-
I. . - m- .11 . . ill. nr. f.t. i.-
leuu wuu-au ui -i--. ."""s"" i ma
that he will be captured, as he is a de-1 and
fanlter to considerable amount, hav-1 work
ing been treasurer of the School Fund I never
Barnum at Fremont This great
t: . - rn v: .- (.
comomauuu wm --him
6tn oi next monin, ana as u u muc
the hngest thing out, every boa y ana
liU arifA. will want to see. Our friend
Burgoon informs as that he expects to t
run a regular train at Lalf fare for the
accommodation of those along the I and
road who may wish to see this greatest
Deserved Promotion. We neglect.
ed to inform our readers last week
that "our condncter' J. L. Wallace,
of the Carey Branch, Las been pro
moted to a position on the Main line,
Night express, C S. & C RIL, to take
effect July 1st. We are sorry to lose
Joe, but console ourselves with the
reflection that onr loss is bis gain.
m, rlpr hi. care will find Lima
whole team, and not much dog un-
J ll.Mnl ,
uer aua w
That Old Bridg.-We learn that
ouiun-iu-wiicia -D - I
session, held an inquest on this ancient I ed.
rain, and decided that it waa a waste
of money to give it anything bat tem
porary relief, nntil they could build a
new strnetara. We also learn that
they favor something in the shape oi
a new one that will be permanent and
enduring, and will also add to the ap
pearance of onr thriving and prosper
ous town. Sensible. We ahall booet''
tbem in that movement.
Lht Gkakd Bniarrr to the three'
c unties that trade at OldWhiU Cor.
ner. Read their "Notice Extraordi
-..l-Af Riik ir.t ?.,!
iuaia..v - i j i
out, at Tom. II. Houpt's Hat Store, I
(Johnston & Welsh's old stand.) No j
Cfbsjr boose In town bas inem.
I. O. O. F.
I. O. O. F. Institution of Wyandot Encampment.
I. O. O. F. Institution of Wyandot Encampment. No. 153, at Carey, Ohio.
A PLEASANT VISIT.
A charter for an LO.O.F. Encamp I
I meet having- been cranted by the I
Rptn j PM . fni,; i.TnM I
I aa UiVWUjIUCUb Ul VU1V WD
j day was set apart for instituting the I
same. In response to an invitation, I
Patriarchs of Golden Rulelceeds
Encampment, No: 92, of Findlay, took I
the afternoon train and arrived at Ca-1
rey at 3 p. m. We were all cordially I
and warmly received by the petition-1
"f Trr i . . v a l. .7 : ,t I
U in their power to make it pleasant I
TtA -i 1 x anAn T,.n' I
t? tt..u. . n-.n
Patriae r St.t p w.
tion we all assembled at Odd-Fstfows in
iih .t. i
f.au, ai O.OV, p. Ill WllcrV LllO Ifjllul
of instituting said Encampment was J
Grand Patriarch 01
Hazletttook the Chair, and appointed J
olw; P.tr!.r-,. f Golden
Ruin Enpamnmn twtiono. vi ;
C. Barnd, G. H. P H. B. Green, I
fc. W.; Fred. Kinnaman, U. J. W.; I
A. Baldwin, G. S ; and E. B. How-1
Grand Scribe. Eleven netitionera I
nresent tliPmaelvetW havini?
. r . I r.
provea to do correct, me urana i a-1 uu
tnarchs. with the assistance ot the
Pt Patriarchs, then duly instituted
"j'uu,' i.muipuicin, w. -uiy
lT"Vv- . .. . I.
u w n fiave tna memners last
Jmereot ail the rights and pnvileges fin,
insuauy granted to subordinate a-1
. ... I
cimpmtnlg. ilia members ot tne
Encampment then elected the follow
ing officers for the ensuing term, viz:
H. Hatch, C. P C. D. Hoff, H. P.;
Wm. Alspach, S. W.; H. L. Hopkins,
W.; Lank Smith, Scribe ; Henry
After the installation of the officers
adjourned to the Joy House, where
had made headquarters. At C
o'clock, we all partook of a bountiful
supper, prepared for the occasion, by
A. Joy, who has been long noted
a Ho. 1 landlord, supper over,
so disposed whiled away an hour
two puffing Havannasand strolling
At 8 o'clock, p. nu, we again assem
at the HalL Quite a number of
recruits' from Findlay, Forest,
other points, had arrived, and met
us. We were also glad to meet
Patriarch -IcCIintock, of Cleveland)
Voorhees, of Elmira, N. Y. The
Encampment was presided over in the
evening by Past Patriarch C. E. Niles,
No. 92, withGr. Pt Hazlett acting
H. Pr. Petitions from eeveral
brothers were received, referred, bal-
upon, and all elected, after
they were duly instructed in the
mysteries known only to Patriarchs.
11 p. m. the members of the
Wyandot Encampment announced a
for us at the Joy House, where
all quickly went, and the way
of the Patriarchs gorged them
you would hardly have thought
had eaten supper just five hours
We will also say here, that
members of Wyandot Encamp
ment, in addition to giving us a lunch,
furnished the .members with a
of ice cold lemonade, and four
good palm-leaf fans, so that by
of which all were enabled to
both the inner and outer man,
perfectly cool. After a little more
at the Hall, we closed at 2 a.
with a few appropriate and en
couraging remarks from our Most
Worthy Grand Patriarch. Some of machine
members then started for home handles.
1 . . -II
private convenyance, du. most oi
took rooms at the Joy House,
naa me very gooa iortune twenty-eight
with our genial friend, D. T. 8tere,
Winders ; but unfortunately for both terial.
us, Bros. Fisher and Webber oo-1
cupiedthe same room, and on account I tract
their nasal organs being so large, al
terrible snore was protruded there-1
which dkturbed our slumbers I
J r I
morninir. but owin to the noise nav
and without.it proved a failure, kinds
we were compelled to arise at 7
After breakfast we spent the time in and
wsys until 10:30, when we took their
train, which was in charge ot out pete
friend, Joe. Wallace, rived
arrived home at 11:16 a. m. I Thev
The membeisof Golden Rule En-
campment were all highly pleased shovel
their visit, and respectfully re- it
their sincere thanks to the Pa- macQ
triarchs of Wyandot Encampment 8prung
their cordial reception, general
hospitality, and brotherly kindness, -erT
with them. Also to the &uper.
intendent ot the C. S. fc. C. Road for
reduced fare; to Mr. A. Joy for fa- Nation
shown, and to G rand Patriarch giTing
naziett tor bis many kind suggestions, 0
t i it- f I i
woroa oi cneer, ana nis very useiui i
interesting instructions in the
of the Order. If we should m:.jgt
all have the privilege of meet-
him again in Lodge here below, wom
we all so live that we may meet
in Grand Lodge above.
J. A. P.
The ulace to get bargains now is
Ewing & Bedick's ; they have just
received a full line of Men, Women,
Children s, shoes.
Neckttbs of every description and paid
latest styles at Eblisgs'. I
ILvd onr friend "Not a Badica Dem
ocrat." waited until Tuesday cveninc
mnM have csil seen that lU
Democratic dog in this county had
hitched itself to the Liberal tail for
purpose of getting the whole
thing tanned in November. It may
a bitter dose for consistent Demo-
U but lheir PJWdai have sold
out, and will endorse Greeley,
man wrhn ai 1 that "All Tlomn--t
. . ... ... I nor
not uorse mieves, nut all horse-1
thieves are Damrcrsts" The days I Irom
i- J I .
Preaching. The Rev. L. II. Long, I Let
Drbana, will fill the pu'pit of the
Presbyterian church next 'Sabbath, to
Sabbath School lesson for June I
30th will be a review of the lessons I if
April, May and June. I
The Rev. A. B. Fields will occupy
A al K nuk.it next Sibbath. in the
absence of Rev. Kennedy, who is in
attendance at the college commence
ment at Delaware, Ohio. Rev. Isaac
Newtonof Bellefountaine, will offici
ate the following Sabbath.
Don't aton Ln nlnoi. .
.. - -;- 6 juu. corn or
wait nntiiit rams. If tnn An
wiu mua the Great Closing
gains at Barney, Snyder &
S. Don't forget your Pocket Book
Findlay Stave and Handle Factory.
The man who sets down in a town,
with llO.OOo capital, and by skillful
manipulation of the same at 10 per
cent, (and oftener at a higher rate)
every uiree months, in ten yean will
Peruana nave treblftd rim canitaL If he
- " JT -
ienua " 10 ine needy manufacturer,
wno "wis with small capital, he sue-twenty-five
in absorbingthe lion's share" of
On the other hand take the man
who commences manufacturing on
tne same amount of capital. He
at. nnu itr . i
ment to a score of men, and their
familiett, thus supporting at least 100
DersoniL TTa is tha m-.-. Af I
ud vonr town wm-.w
ber of rran.. u. if,,-
turn, give employment to the tailor,
ItTiA.Wn... .t.. v.-i.- . I
.....-v., vmj LIUIyfJUCr, EfU
and many other useful members J
lender eats out the life-blood of the
communitv. while the raannfiLoinr-r.
more than anv other man. hnW.U nn
nd adds wealth to town and country.
men most deserves encouragement?
Here is a question that should be
carefully considered, for thn fntnn
mteresta of our town
. .. '
We were led int tbl train f
thought while looking through the i
oiave auu nanaie ractorv.
week, m company with Mr. Ham
one of the proprietors.
Daring the latter part of last Feb
ruary, Messrs. A. Bushon. D. C
Fisher, S. C. Moore, H. F. Winders,
M. Hamlin, and John E. Wise
projected this enterprise. They at
commenced the erection of one
the most substantial and durable
buildings for this purpose to be found
the State. The main room is 43
78 feet, with excellent inch and a
pine floor, weather-boarded with
roofed with oak, painted and
neatly, and comfortably finished. To
is added a fire-proof engine
constructed of brick 9 by 20
which contains a machine for
equalizing or cutting off headiug
The power is furnished by
engine of sixty horse power, to
is attached a Stilwell Heater
Lime Extractor, and a patent
pump capable of throwing
barrels of water an hour, the
one of the kind in use in this lhem
The engine and boiler axe
excellent specimens of workmanship;
former manufactured here by
& Coons. The boiler is sup
plied with a new patent glass water
which indicates to the en
at a glance, tne amount oi
in his boiler. The engine is
with a patent steam gauge,
American governor. Everything,
and about the establishment, moves
the precision and regularity ot
There are two stave saws in opera
which have a capacity of 4000
per day each ; one Stave and
Heading Planer with a capacity of
per day; one Stave Jointer
thesame capacity: one Equalizer
uses up about sixteen cords of I
a day, preparatory to sawing
staves ; one Heading Saw which
out about 3400 light barrel
or 24,000 shingles per day ; ment
handle lathes, of two different
with a capacity of 10,000
per day. In addition to this
is attached a handle sawing
for preparing timber for
- . . .
The establishment lurmsbes em-
ployment lor C2 men and boys, viz
shep hands, 13 team-
and 31 hands to get out ma-
They have already closed a con
with an oil firm in Cleveland for
l.ooo.OOO white oak staves. Also a
contract with an Auburn, N. Y.
manufacturing company tor 50,000
the highest cash Drices for all
of timber used in their works.
The firm talk of introducing the
manufacture of slack work, for flour
seed barrels. ' When this is done
stave department will be com
They will also buy and ship
barrel and pipe stave and heads.
now make in their handle de
partment, broom, hoe, fork, rake and
wm be seen that this long and
needed establishment has
into existence by the inde-
fotigable energy of the parties, in a
fo-ief period. It will be of in-
oaicnlkble benefit to Findlay, and to
j,, adding to the pop.
and trade of the former, by
employment to a great number
per80n8i and to the latter in fur
.... ... .
a reliable market lor tne vasi
amount of timber growing in our
Farmers will look to their
interests and sell their timber to men
yy knoir to be safe and re
as everybody know these men
be, even if they should not secure
as large figures as transient for
buyers may pretend to pay tor
These institutions are the life of a
or city, and we hope to see
men encouraged and amply re
for the risk (hey have taken, and
of capital made, so as to en
courage others to embark in other
manufacturing enterprises in onr now
and rapidly growing
We predict for this concern great
success in its undertaking, and think
will not be mistaken.
Another important enterprise in
which some of onr capitalists should
once engage is a manufactory for
spokes and bent-work. The
material ia lrwiin cr nhirmAd aiWftV
our eoumy iumo ojy, ww we
, , - - , . l..V T
mreu, paying lrtiyub uvt'i mmjo. u
this the very quintessence ot folly r
our capitalists and skilled .me.
chanics oombiae at once to pet a stop
this suiiidal policy. Let us lave
more manufacturing, and that speedily,
we would be prosperous. Let us
encourage our mechanics, and not, by
gmng them the "cold ctioulaer,"
ariva wem eisewnere.
Doe't stop to plough your corn or
Wait nntil it rains. If you do, you
will laiss the Great Closing oat Bar
gains at Barney, Snyder it Ce's. P.
Doa't forget your Pocket Book.
Men, Women fc Children will take
notice ef tke "Notice Extraordin"'
Baj nev. Snvder AlV
:;'7. --er at once
P . a atrike
Arrangements are being made for
a Horse Fair at Lima, on the three
first days of August. Some of best
stock in the State, we are assured,
will be there.
The Lima Gazette is to be enlarged
in a short time.
A terrible hurricane visited Bock-
port and vicinity a week ago last
Friday, unroofing houses, blowing
rfown ;, t, n.i. :
, j 4"-'"" 1
uutra, ana n. not ser.ous.y.
violent rain storm.
Lima is seriously considering the
ProP7 ot investing in Holly Water
Amanda and Spencer townships I
recenUy voted in favor of extending
ld to the fyette "d Indiana RE.,
the former bv a vote of 154 to 71. 1
"d ltter, 188 to 42.
Tl,o T?.,i,i;.... rTT.-.n 1
r11"011 a wees: ago issi Saturday,
Ma nominaiea . 8U-ong ucaei
paid nearly nineteen thousand
an i m w am
We rejoice to learn that the Ada
Iltcord, recently started in that thriv
ing little town, is making good
headway and is becoming a fixed
institution. It is a neat little sheet
and deserves success.
Last year the railroads of Hardin
A fire in Tiffin last week, destroyed
stables, and three corkers.
Inmates of tne premises. The fire Is
supposed to be the work of an incen
diary. Loss, 1600. No insurance,
A man named Mulford, from Craw
county, went into the Commer
House, a few evening since, and
insisted on having a room despite
protestations of the clerk that
were vacaat. ine clerk at
tempted to put him out, when Mul
stabbed him in the breast.inflict-
a severe flesh wound. - Muliord
Tiffin officials swear so when trans
acting official business that it is nee
essary for the local pspers to read
homilies upon their profanity
A couple of bloods insulted i
gentleman in Tiffin and were serious
considering the propriety of add
injury to insult by having him
arrested, when he revealed himself to
" May or of the city. There
a couple of blank faces upon
receiving this information.
The proceeds of the Stock 'Fair
$3,500 considerably less the
Tribune says,lhat it should have been.
A son of Emanuel Shater ftll from
barn on which he was at work, and
fractured his shoulder joint. It is
that he will be a cripple for
The Democrats of Wyandot nom
their county ticket a few days
by the popular vote system.
Jas. H. Anderson, Cashier of the
Wyandot Deposit Bank, was thrown
a spring wagon one day last
and had his leg broken. A
of pigeons flew up at the toad-
frightening Lis horses, and
causing them to shy .thus causi ng the
Hats snd Csps a splendid assort'
Meeting of Agricultural Hoard.
ot Managers met at Secretary's
Saturday, June 15h, Prest
in the Chair.
Present Messrs. Byal, Beardsley,
Kara, Erauss, Martin, Phillips,
Powell, Tussing, Teatsworth, Van-
After reading minutes the Board
adjourned to Fair Grounds.
The Executive Committee were in
structed to build stalls for cattle acd
horses, and pens for hogs and sheep.
was ordered that the centre ta
in the North Hall, be used exclu-
. i-.f i . l. n...nAu -f n -
pu"rui .or ..v.
bibitinS poultry, was ordered built.
The Executive Committee were
ordered to build an cilice for use
Secretary ; and to take down Uie
Hall, and erect a new one.
Premiums for trotting and pacing,
management ot the trials of same,
placed nnder control of C. L.
Turley and Capt, James Wilson, with
authority to select a third to act
them; and a list of premiums and
of trial of speed to be submit
to the Executive Committee for
After reading accounts apainst sun
persons, the Board adjourned to
on the 1 4ih of September.
A resolution was passed, tendering
use of the track to all who may
to drive thereon for recreation,
the Board wish to ascertain any
defects therein with a view to repair
Oun correspondent, Dick," is af
the bankers and those who loan to
with a sharp slick. It would
do any barm if a few of the
"curb-tone chaps were punched up
little. Manufacturers should be en
couraged. The very life of our com
munity is in the hands of the produ
cers. - Encourage those at borne ia
every possible way. Give them tke
preference in all things, everything
The New Post Master.
has forwarded hia bond asd ex
pects to receive his commissiol soon.
has appointed his sister, airs,
Hattie Did way, as Deputy.an appoint
ment which will give general Satisfac
tion. Since the change in rrival of
Eastern train, the office .s closed
8 ia the evening, and opened at 7
the morning.'a fact rhirh should
carefully borne in mind by those
Copper Work opposite the Court
Thornton F. Iobbisom
Tox. Hooft, the Hater, at John
sum 4 Welsh'sold stant, keeps all the
new and nobby styles of goods as
they appear in the mrket Cheaper
than any other place n Findlay.
Men and Boy's Giters at all prices
al Ewing Si Redid s.
List Of Letter remaining in the
Post office at thi place for ibo week,
ending Jane 21 1872 :
MoCr ry. Samuel,
numu ww 1 1 F .....
Ho' una, lira. Adallne,
'"'"'"I, i Annie,
Vaatch, 11. R.
Baker, Mian Jan
Hursh.M tat Mole,
Harris Albert. -h-ii.
n-.l. T W I flEBHlll
Uurnef,J.B- larabow, Hmurich.
Persons jailing lor these letters
pleassay they are advertised.
Thos E. Adams, Ass't P. M.
Transfers of Real Estate filed in
the Recorder's office of Hancock
county, for the week ending June 8th,
Robt. Bonham to Jacob Smith, in loll
47 and 48 m Byal's add. to Findlay,
Edward Zarbaugh to Joseph B. Clay-
ton. in-lot 17 in Van Linr-en. 1300.
Uenry Barman to Joseph B. Clayton,
ar - am ? . r ' .
u-aiur tiwm o a. a. i lummer, u-j
acres in Big Lick township, 1,500.
G. W. Wineland to J. B. Clayton, in-
lot 18 in Van Buren. 137.50.
' " Van Buren. 37.50.
Samuel Mvprn. Kher fT. to Hrnirr
Barman,m-Iot 1 7 in tVan Burei.,li.
b Amanda township, IOO.
-B 111 ill 1111 W TV aaa Vf I
W. S. Farquharson to David Pjiest,
40 acres in r Ieasant twp., 91,200.
s. L. Clark to David Thrush, et al,
1 1 acres of land in Delaware town-1
Jame8 "5?"n.0M 10 '"I?6: A0
D. w llo8e to j. C- Maier, 80 acres
in I)Mn nu-n.i.;n ann
" r "
Chas. Farquliarson to Abram Cleven-
ger, 40 acres in l'leanant towndhip,
Thomas MUler to J. C. Miller. 80
acres ot land in Delaware township,
T. F. Edgington to Michael Archer.
80 acres in Pleasant two . 1000.
N. B. Peterman to R. W. Elder. 20
acres in Jackson township, 800.
AI. Bosserman to Enos Rodabaugh, 80 1
!ffe8i.fi!Jld in Van 1Juren t0WD-
Simon Rodabaugh to Lewis Roda-
baugn, 120 acres of land in Van
Buren township. 12.000.
C. Groves to Thomas Groves. 15
acres in Blanchard township. 725.
Jacob Fox to D. C. Flick, et al.. one
nim ot an acre in Union township,
Christian Fogler to Enoa Fellera, 80
acres in Jackson township, f 1,000.
Isaac Taylor to Fred. Sheeley, 40 1
acres in Portage town-ihip, f a00.
.nos Fellers to Daniel Lamb, 80
acres in Jackson township, $3,800.
Hector Edgar, et al., to Catharine
Smith, in lots 38, 39, 40 and 41 in
Wm. Vance's add to North Find
u. Coats to Chas. Howard, 4 acres fere
of land in 1 Ieasant townsh.p, $100. the
acres of land in Van Bnrpn tmrnahin
David McKinley to Orange township If
-warn ot Education, 50 rods ot for
laiiu iu Biuu luwoauiii. au. l.
Biggs to O. W. Walters, in-lot "
1 1 2 in Findlay township. 150.
V. Cass to Jesae Decker, parcel
ot land in Union township. 125.25. but
WW I . nr W- I
AArofl in f IVAnrrn tAi-n.hm St-O t AA I
L. Henry to J. It. McElrov. 10
acres in Orantre township, (500.
Daniel Wise to Abram Wise, .emit
claim to CO acres in Big Lick twp.,
W. Foster to J. E. Wilkison, in lot
79 in West iostoria, $1,3 7a.
Jennings to G. II. llayl, CO
acres in Orange township, 92,500.
James Cole to Charles Cole, CO acres
Delaware township. 11,500.
Sponsaler to D. Bosserman, 80
acres in Van liuren township, 12000.
U. Ware to Jane Well, et al , quit and
claim to 40 acres in oiarion twp.,
J. Chard to Jane Wolf, et al , quit
claim to 40 acres in Marion twp..
Randall to Valentine Miller. 40
acres in Pleasant township $1,600.
W. Burgess to John Nan, 58 acres
in Washington township, $3,480.
B. Good to J. C. Smith, in-lot 79
and 100 in McComb, $700.
H. Welty to Jesse Welty, 80
acres in Madison township, $2,000.
Welty to Joel H. Welty, 100
acres in Madison township, $2,000
Margaret Leader to C. J. Leader, quit snd
claim, to 80 acres in Marion town- nets
S. Fahl to D. H. Fahl, 120 acres in
Amanda township, $0,000.
Samuel Myers, Sheriff, to Isabel Kerr,
in lot 1U8 in Findlay, $750.
Boiler to Elijah Orwig, C acres
Amanda township, $735.
B. Day to Maria Nor r is, in lots
4 and East i ot inlot 25 in add. to deman
JohnTRters to Emiline Bowman, een
in-Ict 1 0 to Peter's add. to Arcadia, sna
The " Continent-. Railway Co."-
Toledo 5faf, of Wednesday,
the following in regard to thu, W
James A. Abbott ; Local Vice-Presi
dents, Hon. F. W, Hughes, Penn.:
W. P. Noble, Ohio ; Hon. R.
D wiggins, Indiana; Hon. E. V,
Branson, Illinois; Hon. George
Green, Iowa; Treasurer, Silas M.
Hubbard ; James Al. Uoleman.
proposed road, which will be ot inter
to our people, and especially so
those living in the northern tier of
townships of this county :
Articles of association of a huge
railroad organisation were filed at
Indianapolis on Saturday. The com-
i rw frar.i aA n luiil.l . mod
J - . . .. . I Tr
tbrougb lowa, Illinois, Indiana ana
and is a consolidation of the tin
New York Western Railway" and Svrup
"Continental Railway Company been
Peensylvania,'" and is to be known
The Continental Railway Com-
pany." The aflairs of the corporation ing
to be managed by a Board of I
eighteen directors, two of whom may any
two in Ohio, two in Pennsyl- nas
vania,and the residue at such places ular
may be determined upon by the
stockholders. The capital stock is
ut. oiuu,uuu,uuu, uivmcu luto jose8
i.uutr.uuu DUitico, auu iuc iiuub us
mnnv to build and ennir, thn 1
following are the officers ; Pres-
.dent, Ed. Dodge; Vice-President,
The Reporter. This new candi
for public favor made its ap
pearance on time last Tuesday morn
It is an eight page, five column
paper, neatly gotten np, and displays
taste in its selections and talent and
ability in its original articles. It
claims to be icd-pandam in all things,
we suppose will be neutral in
nothing. Should they continue as
have started out, we see no rea
son why they should not be successful,
though we must confess we have al
ways had our misgivings as to the
success ot a neutral paper in a city of
than the second class in popula
tion. However, our people are a
reading people, and a zealous people in
encouraging home enterprise. To its
editors, C. G. tfc J. K. Barnd, we ex
tend the right hand ot fellowship, and
assure them that " we can work to
gether, as far as our paths are the
same, for the common interests ot
community." There is room for us
and abundant work before us.
Let us do it fearlessly and faithfully
Don't stop to plough jour corn, or
wait until it rains. If you do, you
will miss the Great Closing out Bar
gains at Barney, Snyder k Co's. P.
Don't forget your Pocket Book.
Lat GbaSd Chance tj the three
counties that trade at Old White Cor
ner. Read their "Notice Extraordi
Men, women and clildrcn will take
notice of the "Notice Extraordinary"
Barney, Snyder & Co., and strike
for Old White Corner at once.
Just ia, at Tom. Houpt's Flat Store
(Johnston Si Welsh's old stand,) th
Greeley fc Grant Hats, the latest ou
Call and see something gay.
That "Radical Corruption Fund."
some "saw- dust' swindlers, under the
guise of Republicans have addressed
letter solicitine $3.00 from Wm.
Aarn, of Arcadia, and that gentle
man rushes into the Courier with it
I mu- .
V7. eaitor " in a hair column
01 'flaP doodle" makes it out a lerrl-
Die plot of Republicans to raise
""Ption fund- to elect Grant
a- . .i.
"i ,7.7"" , , ,
ed 10 circular would CDnvince any
uuc ou a 1001 or a Knave mat me
ue . 0Ul 100
Vbo tmnti.;auWn.i SnM, ..,T
howwer. i3 as good ai nioe tenths
Po tid "hash- that is week
V et before the patrons of that pa
per. Out upon such bare-faced "torn
Improvements. Workmen are en
S" putting up a lino brick resi
, "C r DaD' ChaoJi:k lhe crnf !
01 ""din and Broad Streets. It will
e Passant, tasty and comfortable.
uood lor Dan.
The L. R. & L. RR . are DU'.ting
up a new brick engine house on East
S. S. Picnics. The Lutherans held
picnic Tuesday on the Fair Grounds
and the Congregationalists one at the
tame place yesterday. We suppose
that, notwithstanding the sweltering
weather, all enjoyed themselves very
Wool. There is a great deal of
wool finding its way into town, and
yesterday the price declined to GOQ
We notice the slight de-
cUae now0Trt did not lengthen the
faces of our farmer friends.
Local Business Notices.
Barrtum at Mt. Blanchard !
The great showman did not see
to call at either Findlay or Alt.
Blanchard. but th.t will not inter
with the plans of J. Bridineer.
DrT GooJs merchant at the latter
U , a. I iL i a.
l"auc wuu P"pu-w 10 gire tue iieat
possible bargains to his customers,
you don't see what you wau't. cal
jt for Bridinger will have a little
..... , . . , . , .
erB "l" " ue, sua
verJr luw "e Bl con
siler it any trouble to show goods,
asks all to call and LcsDcct his
tends to make it pay them to do so.
"Victob" Sewing Machine is right
named. Alvax Ross,
Closed for the Last Call I
S. D. Uoupt, of old firm ot Houpt
Byal, has positively closed the firm
books, and will commence to collect
law, if not otherwise paid. A man
will buy gcods on thirty, sixty,
ninetv days' time, and from
np to from one to six years, and
cannot spare the time to call and set.
will probably appreciate the kind
by having his account or note
at the nearest Justice uf the
Peace's office for collection. If Mr.
B., C. D., E. F., Q. H., I
K. L., M. N., O. P., Q.
S. T., U. V., W. X.,
i. Z., nave any ctioice as
Justice of the Peace, they will be
enough to inform me of the fact,
by so doing, appreciate the kind.
of a. L. Hot it
B. Business is business.
still sell goods Chtap for
Jaaa 21. 1872 2w.
Advice to Farmers.
Grain Drills, this season, will be in
d and many bought. I have
in the trade for fi.teen .ears,
una ina. me oimj-r m, uuu
feed, is the best drill now made,
andwiU be 8en.tnt 3
w."fi.. L V V 7J
xuu., h - ,
A. Frit k
Dayton, Ohio. The best is the cheap
est. Agents wanted in every town
ship. Apply to G. W. Walters,
Agent for Hancock, Seneca,
and Allen countiea.
Call at 8. D. Frey's Drug Store,
11 n T., . m Etmnla tint.
inuiay, uiu, " '""i'-
nf Dr. A. Boschee's German
free of charge. It has lately
introduced in this country from
, , flv-
Germany and for any persons suffer-
wiU severe cou3u, u- j
attleil on the baeast, consumption or
jjgease of the throat and lungs it
no eaual in tne world, uur reg
Indiana, no . - ,
sire botUes 75 cents. In all cases
money will be promptly returned il
nrruto.iijsf action is not riven. Two
wiU relieve any case. Try it.
Cash paid lor staves and Dandle
Timber at the the Findlay Stave and
Bass Wood from $3 to $4 per c
White Ash " $5 to $7 "
For further information call at the
Findlay Stave and Handle Co.
Moobk, Wise Su Co.
Iowa. Nebraska, Kansas and
Advertising alone does not produce
h.l . . t 1 ; i : M
success -ue tumg wuicu in uc
Used s1-8 bave intrinsic merit, or
lrge advertising will eventually
it more harm than good. If you
anything which you know to be
Bood, adoertiteit thoroughly, and you
be sure to succeed ; if it is poor,
praise it, for people will soon
discover you are lying.
Such is the policy of the Burling
Route, which runs to three great
in the West : 1st, To umana,
9 . A T ..
coanecting with tne grea raciuc
Biads. 21, To Lincoln, the capital
Nebraska, and all that beautiful
rion south of the Platte, filled with
R. lands and homesteads. 3d, To
Joseph, J-ansaa City ana au nan
The roads are splendidly built,
hve the best bridges, finest cars, the
Miller platform and coupler, ana uie
8fety air brake (to prevett the loss
life that is every where else hap
nening); Pullman's sleepers, Pull
tan dining cars, large and powerful
mgines (to make quick time and
rood connections), and sre in a word
best equipped roads in the West.
that if you desire to go safely,
urely, quickly and comfortably to
any point in Southern Iowa, Ne
braska. Kansas, or on the Pacific
Roads, be sure that you go "By Wa
All who wish particular iuforraa
tion. and a large map, showing cor
redly the Great West, and all its
railroad connections, can obtain
them, and any other knowledge, by
addressing General Passenger Agent,
Mo. R, B. Burlington, lows.
n . .
Stop Your Swindling,
ior John Adams & Bro. are putting
up the Starr Lightning Roda for 15
cents per foot, and warrant their
Neither Cotton or Shoddy mised
with Goods at the Findlay Woolen
The best Sewing Machines in use
are those at Zay's, over Citizens'
Bank Call and see them.
Fahmey's Famous Remedy,
ut. f anrney s liiood Cleanser or
Panacea m becoming a very popular
family medicine. Nothing better to
cleanse the blood. Try it. See ad
vertisement in another column
With its gloomy attendants, low
spirits, depression, involuntary emis
sions, loss of semen, spermatorrhoea,
loss of power, dizzy head, loss of mem
ory, aud threatened impotence and
imbecility,' fiud a sovereign cure in
Humphreys' Homeopathic Spkcipic
No. Twshtt-Eight. Composed of
the most valuable mild and potent
curatives, they strike at once at the
root of the matter, tone up the sys
tem, arrest tne discharges, and im
part vigor and energy, lite and vitali
ty to the entire man. Thev have cur
ed thousands of cases. Price, $5 per
pac-age oi nve boxes and a large 12
vial, which is very important in obsti
nate or old cases, oral per single box.
Sold by all Druggists, and sent by
mail on receipt ot price. Address,
Humphreys' Specific Homeopathic
Medicine Co., 502, Broadway New
California. FINDLAY MARKETS.
Thursday, June 20, 1872.
EOQ 10 eta.
Ubain. Wheat lower at $1.60; OataS3dS5.
Botteb Dull at 10 CU for choice.
Apples Dried , , c
Baoon. Hhoulder, 4c; Hidea, oc llama, o
1 3al 75
Hoap t-'ouutry ,
Chick ems Live
Ducks " .
OA a .
Live Stock Markets.
BUFFALO, June 18.
Brief Cattle The recinrM ttr liwl.v
uraii, iuhkiuk ine loiai Mipoiy lor iu
a,lii liead.or Jut van RKaiuxt care lnot
Week. The market, nikiwiiltiitii.lin ti.
wiim wu.miiw iu new inric- ihiimi i...
alow at devliut) on lan I week ' (.ri.-i-n.
Buyers aud heller are '.u ioo apart. The
former, not realizing the pn.ni on laat week's
purehaMM, were alow to take hold. About
head weredigDoaed of. SaUi uvr.
60 Indiana steers. ranKiue troiii l,t! to !,!
ai nouui- ; K7 111 i m. tit ateera, ranKiua
1.UU to IJlai B.. al Su u.7.'i: &i 1,
averairiuK IJAi at Hiuu: fi.i.i.in
ranging iroiu to l.:(t; 11., at (i iu,,
: a) lowa ateera, averaging mi at to uu;
Kellturkv ateera. avtuvniii 1 4-" t
1 MHaouri ateera. averaging l,iu Brt..
(W; au Michigan ateera, averaging 1,(H
at S.J jo; 17 Ohio heifent, averaging 1,187
at f uu,
Hoga The receipts for to-day were: 2,200
uiaaing uia auppiy lor the week v,MU
MKttiuM iuuu neuii laai wr.w ii n.ur.
la steady at an advance of Inc. per cwt.on
week's pi icea. The demand Ik simmI. i.fi.1
orlerluga are disposed of, but auy bur..us
cauaea decline. Hales were made of
Ohio, averaging 106 at SI au, e. Indiana,
.fn..uB p, iu riju: u uo averaging
PITTSBURG, June 18.
Beef Cattle The market waa dull, and the
arrivals heavy ; sales were made of the best al
0Ui9 7.i, ami Blockers at H i.o uu ; pros
pects are dull.
lioga The market waa slow, and the arrl
vale heavy; sales were made ol 'Philadelphia
at SI 3U4 ), aud Yorkers at Sll.L'l;
probpecU are alow.
PHILIPS KiH'blWDLL On We.lnesil.iT
evening, the Itflh lust- by Kev. tieorgu Van
ai hia residence. Mr. hjiniou 1'hilna
i lias May Hock well ,all of indiay.
P. Ft. W. & C. Railway.
AND AFTKR June 2d, IhTi, Trains will
leave Stations daily. tMuudays ezcenleil.l
T BAINS OOIBO WK9T.
I No. 1 I Ho. 5 I
8.06 a m
7.20 p m
8.45 a m
11.45 a in
No. 7 I
5 -lop m
6.S5 p 111
S.2B p m
12:10 a 111
3.0a a in
2..IO p ui
7.47 p m
10.10 p m
10.20 p ui
2.55 a 111
6.10 a ni
6.20 a in
I No. 8 I
9. 10 a 111
12.05 p 111
2.2." p 111
3.4:1 p m
12.06 p m
4.40 p ru
7.17 p in
I Nn. 6 I No. 4
8 2a m
11 OS p m
1.25 p m
5.35 pin I tt.2upm
6.05 pni; 12. 40 a m
3. IS 0111 1.4:
4.14 pin 2.5o a 111
6.30 pni 4.20 a 111
&.6opni 4.30 a 111
6.1b p m 5.uoani
8.12 pm 7.0Oam
S.00 u m 8.50 a 111
11.54 a ni 11.05 a 111
1 dailr. except Uondar : Noa. 5. 7. 8 and;
daily, ext:pt Kuii.lay hun, 3 aud 6 daily
uauy, eacepiaaiuruay auu suuuay.
Ueneral Passenger aud Ticket Agt.
3.15 a iu
5.05 a m
6 20 a m
6.2.1 a 111
11.08 a ni
1 In Dm
3.20 p ui
Lake Erie and Louisville Railroad
To take effect Monday, Nov. 13, 1871.
No. 1 No. 3 Ac
STATIONS. Passenger, and Mall.
Pii.o.a 5:40 am 1:40 pm
..6.-S4 " .2:I6 "
6:47 3:li3 "
:53 " .3:18 "
7:02 " ...3:26
7:12 J:38 "
7:40 " 4:10
No. 4 No 2 Ac
Passenger, and Mail
7.05 pm aiOam
7 a :ia
27 " U.i2
8.!a! " 11.40
are made at Monrnevllle
atausueiu, lviuiii..w,u , ... . ..u..;
5.40 a in, arrive at t'leveluud at lD&i a 01,
'. .lll.lt 1. u .. 1.1. JU IU.
Leave Cleveland at 2.25 p m and Toledo at
d ra, arrivina at Maatay aauie evening.
aL VI 11BF I . IK V blttllU al l.rJ aa au, aataau a visuv aa
a m, arrive at Findlay at 11.10 a ia.
Leave Findlay at 1.40 p m, arrive at Cleve
at 9.40 and Toledo at 7.3a same evening.
mmrlumengi!rt by thU road will reacA fuulia,
thanby my other route.
Buy l lcaeia vta r remou iu . ic.ci.iiu u
i.ln.at the ticket onicea of the Lake Shore
H. BOBOOOS. Master Transportation.
Cincinnati. Sandusky and Cleveland
and alter Monday, unci, 1873, trains will
ran as ioiiowstauuuavexcepieu):
fbtdiay Ace Mai
Findlay 1 55am5 20ara
Carey, .. - -oopm.e aiaiu
carl'arey . 3 vt pma a am
" Tlrtln ..... :iipi-
.7 12 am
4 M pin-8 u5 am
4 31 pm.8 15 am
j lo pm9 00 am
The5.20m m train connects at Carey with
EOlna sontn.reacniuK roresiai, ivm a ni
r..inn -i 11.26 n m : Bellelontaiue at 1-JO
; Urbane at i P m; pipringueiu ai i.i
m; UaDorn ai.uw p mi mwuwi p u
incinnall at omu p ni.
"o AC Mail.
Sandusky- 8 00 am
AirrtwClyde 8 45 am
. 3 30 piu
, 4 30 pm
rrtt Findlay 11 15 un .
Tn.nnnH Tickets from Findlay to
Important points reached by this line ean be
Dfocurod at the station In Findlay. Tnrouub
m Findlav bv this liuearcon sale
the offices of the Lake Shore,and in Toledo
BAUOAUE CHECKED TUKUUUH
x n Rnmx. BUSH R.SIXJANE.
. AMi'tSapt Pres't aud Geu fup!
II. M BSOMSOM.ueHerai JiauiAueM.
no WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: Spu
men andothera are hereby untitled that
tuey are forbidden to aliool game of any kin
tne premise u. .. uuucraigueu, uuiess
by special permiaaion.
DAVID WALTFB, 8. B. HUFFM AN.
O. W. POWELL, WM. STEVENSON
DAVIDBHEKICK, ABR'M GKABLE
WM. MARTIN JAS. DECKER.
J, R-TI'SSINU, B. BEACH,
H.H WOOD. A.POWELL.
Railroad. New Advertisments.
TO THE PUBLIC!
Oilers his 8 rv lets is a Physician of
FOBTY-FSYE YEARS EXPERIENCE
To the Public of Findlay for
And ran be found at the
June 21, 2w.
Watch Lost !
ON the Pcrrysburg road, Mwwn Findlft
and Van Buren. Thursday. June 13. ISTi.
i Silver WaUli. lluutinK-canrd. Literal re
ward will be pam lor us rwovery, if irn at
Wiu. Si. ill's Urowry, or al Ijunoerl's Store.
fun Dumi.u. ji. LUuiiii
Juue U, Iw
'I'llK nn.l. r-.siipil been appointed and
1 IIUalifiHi as A.llniiiUtr..tlr.i r tliM ...,.. A.
.Mrluurton li. UarNli.iate of Hiinnx-k ronntr,
dej-ease.1. KZUA BltOWN.
Greatest Show on Earth.
and World's Fair!
Trniisported by means of Three Trail
xntrty-eiKbt Cars each, with two
l.iuolive!ilotL-litrulut Lari-est Combl-
ucuupuuiiuuiin bartn.lns x Separate Co
lohsulTeulH.' ! ISeven Superior Shows lor one
Prlceof Aduiboion!! ! llarnum'a Museom,
;-!' ' .13 .fMMiroiiie,roiyieen-
institute. International v.i.iuial ti.
uen.auuiiau.lasilellosl haste and Keflned
Circus, with ne Hundred of the Beat Perfor
mers in the World ! ! ; !
oa.AOACuriositirarroma'l nar1nrthi Forth
Living Rare Wild Annual-.. Uirds. Rep- I
lileand Mongers. I
I.OOO .Meuaud Horses.
Pavilions cover several acres.
More than A MILLION Dollars Invested .' I
Times Morn than evorseen InanyOrdi-l
nn... : : .iii wiiii-n win ite exiilolted I
single till, ceut Hi-el. (children balft
FREMONT on FRIDAY July 5. 1372,
which time three tirand.fniinril nmitvL I
tx.nhitiDDM ill lj fciveu, ntornuiK, af-I
urnoou ana eveainir. iortheftcntrnniriiuiiin I
lhe iuuluiule. Kxiru train will ruuuii I
therailntatltito couvey vLiUois to audi
Poors open at 10a. n... and IJc7.it. m. Ilvn. I
iKi mi uii.ca uiiuuiIl- hi li
2 A H i. in.
iaii Na.iun t the 7 4'o!oHal tbn, - I
-!: oiiurru uuut-r ran, i
SB B BT aTB7Br,
DAILY EXPENSES, over $5,000.
DIGGER INDIANS, from the Yo-Senv
alley- Xllt ONLY L1VINO UIRAKKE
Aiiieru-a. A MmMer BLACK KHINim'.
NI'MIDEAN and HABYLONIAN
LIONS. Ulack Leooaids. Malavan Tuir.
Abyssiiunn Ostriches. feet bili. '! I
uaineia ami rerioriulng ElepbantK. White
viucae urn, a nine oiileacrlnt.
Casoway, The I'aaiaui llerae-KI-
mniuit,-ALEIV' from Alexandria,
juuios throu.h boons, over banners.
otherwise erforms on horseback many
the diilii'ult UruU of the must skilful t jr-
Museum is fnilof rare livinc Historical
representative Curiosities, Wonderful
i'heiioiiieua, anil strange freaks ol
including -ADMIKAL DOT." the
California Dwarf. 11 vtarsold.-i Inch-
hiKli, and w. lthsnuly 15 pounds lour times
lhau Ueu. Tom.Thumb ; the " WHAI
IT V lnlant Esau, or Beanled Child a
born without arms: hleepiua: Beauty,
Zouave, Youu;; Lacy Bell Kluxers
marvelous coiit'Cliou of movin- animal, mu
and mechanical automatons, the moat
productions oi science and art: tne
wonderful Katlre tinake Charmer. Anrad
Anacouda and l'.oii Constrictors,
leet loug ; gorgeous i elesc ipic uolden
Chariots, Utxly leet liiu ; great Street Proces
liuist ever saw ; bules, a miniature
of mairnilicent representative speci
mens of Hare Living Wild Animais. birds.
insect-s lb ptiles and Muriue Monsters
llie uUermoht parts of the earth.
in the IVoartiuent of the HinDodrorue
Cirrus, which is strictly moral aud high
mere are seen atone tuna In the area!
Kin. in the tirand Entree Pageant.
iluudied l'erlormers. Equestrians, Acro
bats, It.yuiiiaits. Knights, lleraliis, Arabs,
AiaiueiuKes, lurks, 'lanars, oreeKs anil La-
Mcuiu'Vai i.i.iu lues, present Ing a scene
royal mamiilicence uev. r lieiore witnes!ed.
rforiiiaiKe in the llippe.lronie wui e
inlerpeied Willi an unusual variety ot acts
a Cortisol the most eminent Bareback
aud noted Arrolmts in the world, in
the Ureal Melville and his talented
Every reaiure win neexiuoiied as advertised
only Exhibition in America recognized
indorsed by boihtliereligionsand secular
and daily visited oy eminent clergymen
divines. The nrst ami only show in the
that uses a double circus rina. and re
a Double Circus Troupe of performers,
Acniiiaus uyninasni, eic
aii.m isio.n loan wno nnrcnase tne
oi f. r. UAiuNi ai, wniteu uy nimseu.
Bull paces, 1 full-pate eugravinas.
Portrait of the Author: muslin. Gilt
reduced In.m &UU lo 51. i. To be hadot the
on the pay of Exhibition.
Notice for l'pop a Is
1'i.kpk' OKFirB, LibebtyTowsship,'!
liANcot - i'oCsty, State of uuio. .
June 11, A. 1)., 1672. )
'EAIKD proposals will be received at this
office uutil Mouday. July lilB, A.l)..l7i
o'clock 1. -M., lor procuring the right ol
i.urchashi. all the material aud roliinic
and buiidiiiK. conslructiiii;, bridging
ballasting a railway, commencing at a
where the l.a-e tne J; loiiisvuie tutu
way bed crosses li. e eat line of said Liberty
township, and thence in a tomb-westerly di
rection on and uHin sai.l road bed, iu and
through saiiiiowu-shiplo the point where the
lMM.o trie .t LouisviUo itailway bed
the M.uth linu of said Liberty town
ship, or usfar us ran be constructed for the
suiiiof live thousand ilollars in bonds of said
Kni.i rriiiuuv iolcol the same ane. size of
rniis,cnuirs and ties as t lint ol the Lake
Ijhi Isville Hallway, at its present ter
iu r iiulluy,uliio.
1 . 11. In 1 n 'r,
Truitees of Liberty Townsnip, Hancock
T.S. Pourti Township Clerk. id.
IVoticc ior Proposals.
r.a Township, )
Ci.euk's Office, Eagle Township, )
11A.MUC. LOL KTY, &TATK t
,, A. D IbTi )
SK.L.r.li ruLirvia.vi w il.1j lid nr.cr.iv
ed ut this ollice uutil Monday. July loth,
1)., al i o ciock i". ni., ior procuring
ri;hl of way, aud for purchasing all the
materials, anil uoihims, consirncuiig, onug
and ballasiiug a railway, coiumenc
IngataiMiint where the Lake Erie k Louis
ville Kailway crosses the north line of
Eaule township, and thence in a south
westerly direct iou upousam ruau ueti, in aud
through said Knule township to the point
where the said Luke trie A Louisville Kail
way bed cros.es the west line of said Eagle
township, or as far as ran be constructed lor
sum of ten thousand dollars in bonds of
rjaid railway lo ue ine same guage, sixe oi
rails, chairs and tie as that ol the Lake
dc Louisville Hallway al its present ter-
Trusters nf Eacle township, liaucock Coun
Fktkk. Li.ne, Township Clerk. til.
Notice fur 1'roposals
Clerk's Offii b, Usiox Township, "
llA.NCOl Coistv. ouio. V
June Htb,la72 j
EALEU projiosals will be received at this
i. Mice until Muuday, July 13, lT2 st 1
o'clock P. M for procuriug Ibe right of way.
purcilUMiHK ii iiic iouieriui,itmi uu.Hling.
couslructlng. ondging and ballasting a rail-
rouil.comiuciicinu at a point where the line
the Lake Erie k Louiiville itailway crosses
i.i.i. v i rt, ... i. . i un... iu uAiiip, inence
a south-westerly direction, along aud upon
bed of said railway to where the said
railway bed crosses the uortli line of riei-
lion. twenty-seven, In said l-iion town,
slim, or solar ascaii be constructed. Ilnislied,
plured ill running order for thn sum uf
twenty thousand dollars.
buld railway to lie the same guage. and
of iron rails, chain and lies, ami the
same grade as I hat of the said Lake Erie k
IHiisville Kailway at the preseut terminus
imliay, iu said county.
Trustees of Union township, Hancock coun
ty, Ohio. ...
David I'o-sb, Township tle.
Stavel Handle Facti
13 NOW STARTED ASD WE WISH TO BCT
Ten Thousand Cords ASH for HAND LUG
Ten Thousand Cords LINN for HANDLES
Fifty Thousand Cords OAK for STAVEG
Ten Thousand Cords OAK for HEADING
ALSO WISH TO BUY
OF ALL K1HDS FOB WHICH WX WILL PAT
Call at the STAVE and HAXDLE FACTORY for further
MOORE, WISE & CO.
Jane 3rd 1872 7-Sm.
TO HANCOCK aud SURROUXDIXG COUNTIES.
TUE CO-PARTNERSHIP OF
"OLD WHITE CORNER,"
Is aboat to expire by Umltatloi ,
ALL DEBTORS TO SAID FIRM,
Will. PLEASE civb
To the payment of their accounts on or before June 15th. 1S72.
biock oi tne a love nrm is uow being
The well -alerted
SOLD AT GREAT BARGAINS!
With closed books In every department, for
Strike for Old White Corner at once, and load np with this last grand benefit.
CASH PAID for WOOL!
zJiSA-lW jA;. j:a A., L'. . :i
Findlay Woolen Mills!
Where we manufacture and keep on hand
ALL STYLES Of1 WOOLEN GOODS I YARNS
Unadulterated with Cotton Shoddy op Noils.
CUSTOM WORK PROMPTLY DOMES OHDER
Don't sell your WOOL or buy your Woolen
Goods withhout giving us a Call.
WIYI. ANDERSON & CO
May 81, ,1872--L
Davis & Green's
1, TUB PLACE TO BUT YOCK
They always give the Greatest Amount for the Least Money.
rf . . s -CI . r1 2 - i
iney are uauy receiving x rvnu. uruceries oi ute
Best Varieties, and are selling them at
PRICES b SUIT THE TIMES
THEY ARE STILL AGENTS
FOR TH hl
OLG AND W.LL KI20WN
TTTTTi TYT 1 1
hich they sell on a guaranty ot Sixty Day. Ifitdoeanotgiveperfect satisractloa il may
. . - i (.... llu.a Sn.1 Ilia liimiou -Bt il I K ralinilMI
Goods Delivered to any part of the City.
May 31, 18l-4w-.
6. BEARDSLIV & (0.
Real Estate Agents,
Offer the following Choice
Property for Sale
TWO CHOICE LOTION NORTH SIDE OF
Lincoln Street. East of Main, Inclosed by
good substantial fence, aud gullet ed and
paved iu front. Terms reasonable.
HE UNDIVIDED ON E-HALF INTEREST
in rjutiwr Hlion. lalerlalS auu iuu."
lota olground, on which hesarewsitu-
ated,in Findlay. li. Theshopui In pperation
doing paying bosinesa. in "'"
SMALL BRICK HOUSE A WDUW
Cenlerbt North .iuHjjj.
deuce for small famuy.
Price low aud terms easy.
FARM OF EI2iiij. A good l',atay
w,tto t MIuTohni and never
frainedwelllng hoJu;. Location 4 miles
faiiiugxpringof goou .0cht t:reek. Fann
eastoCarej.o" Jual p, upland aud
, IiT ON WEST SAN DFSKY STREET
TWOiitencedV with side walk. Street Jle
1. . For sale or trade lor wild luuds
M-ncocB, r-'"-"" " ..-
ONE LOT ON EAST LINCOLN STREET
eligeble location. Will sell cheep lor cash
llOR HALE OR TKADE.-A VALUABlJt
X residence ou South-side oi o-luu"' ,
nsNUCIIVQ uu ouutirww. w i
ud near the business part ot toway
story dwelling house, wim cm-vc-.
all coiuplafle, wood house, wen, """' rr :
and.ruiiuees. Will be sold Jorwii"
purchase money lu haau. and oae-tlurU
uuc and two yean.
lUU County, Wlscoo&ia. wall Joca, good
id about onebait oi m- " . ' ,
son, anu aiaiui ""- ,,.. for
uereu. win sen ior -v,1 pri.s
lauds in thU or adjoining counties. Prices
r. tr ACRES IS DOCSLASB COCNTT.
teiiindi IU0U W-"
wo LOTS ON CLINTON STREET JfORTU
VL"V."i new frame house for
jinin"! fri-e years to make paymenia.
Martba J. Cromley, Pltff.-I Court of Common
wainst J. Pleas,
Ebenezer W.troialey, DetJ County oblu.
I-iBENEZERW. CROMLEY. whose place ol
'i residence isunkuown.ianotin,i hi. .
tlia J.Cromley did.ou the 2olh day of May A D
ls7i, Uie ber petition in the office of the CieVk
of me Court of Common Pleas, within and ww
the Couuty;of Hancock and State et Ohio,
charging the said Ebenezer W. Cromley with
habitual drunknessio three years last past
and lor extreme cruelty toward said plalutli)
aud lor failing to provide any means of sup
port for said plaintltf,and asking that she mav
be divorced from the said Ebenezer CromJey
which petition will stand for hearing mX iliJ
October (ls term of Court. -Dated
this the !th day of Jnne A. T. 1973.
By A. F. AjrpruwoN.uer Att'y.
Juue It w