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FRID1T EOSHIIKJ. AUG. 2, 187Z.
Kotlot to AiTertiSOT.
W P. M.
Mai-vm a Atxi
fi CHAmS Of TlflK.
On trli'kiter XXonday, June
3d, Trains win leare and ar
rive at Indianapolis as follows :
t: A. M.
10:15 A. M.
SJW p. at.
no P. M
SOKM E. UMFBOaT.
Rush R. Sloan Nominated!
a. V . I
xne wouy-yaraen igressionaii
ventioa wricn met at Fremont I
"" ku" D',B
lor vongrw- weu o-aou
wm vmm wirrau hut i
-7"- rrw rrr. . vw
an wtcn am WW law IWV IW I
TaBseff Gob. There will be meet-!
ing of tke meanbera of the Grant Tan-1
jClub, togeU, wiU, interest-
tbs Court boose, on Saturday
August XOta, lor Ute purpose
g an organixadon, '
;reetived tint rate ongi-1
r" . I
foL over nntfloar next issue
T. wIr:-. "
ata nicer than ever.
hs FAjtaoBaa Cum will t meet at!
Coart-hoqM ts-morrow, at one
P. It. Subject for dlscua-
: "The Culivatioa of Wheat-'
jKuia,th..welertkeep. .Ho 1
in fact the beat tune in town.
Postmastss Adams reports money
3 ...J V. lr Miii.
u, u "7
, we v. I
paid oat a using u " c,vv.,
Wl learn that Dr. A. U OaUey, for-
. ..... o. .. I .
meriy 01 tnnnanan, douuoi owaiw
vine, U proposes to remove to ma-
lay to engage ia the practice of med-1
. . . . . I
BaflwiaS ietlBr. There wQl be a I
Railroad meetinir at Eeele Center to-1
morrow f Saturdav niehU Messrs. I
Brown anil Blackford will address the I
meeting! Let there be a good turn-out
the Findlay Silver Cornet Band pro- I
pose giving aa excursion to mt-m-1
Bay, via. Fremont, on or about tne
28Uinat.- Full particulars next week.
Ocean Fish. Blioer & McManness
have jut received a choice lot of
in kits and quarter barrels
rf. Herring all tor sals
than ev ier- le5 Klvo
call... . r ' r - ' it
Aug. 9-2 w.
Wm- Moldmhack, aa employ es of!
jahe Dsyton Cornice Works IO, en-
Lkmlield-r. J. iXBudiselW
T6 . ,tfo. Ufonns us that he
BIOS, tu- - "
. AO stC1s OB OM ait UI I
COUnVea 0 . , , I
heat in big fie ill, at tew uaj biuijo. i
Ba 1 t i i ..j I
- , -mwp IJIUlsai SVUK. SMiU I
US Ua a. . . I .
. 5 TT .rt I
' 1 a - f at- I I
leyaty.CoL. iniK 1
.oma i i Pf' P
and .af. retur. to thtfWuoge a no.
Tb County CkmiMaoners bave
done a very atsaable tbiije in building
- house tor the use of the county
and filling i witb coaL -
-it Lj aennralT louaBO. It IS
Tathertoo h ouroce,
boverer. " " - . ' '
IT ....... n.. It niWWIF'Hr-"11 '111
tt v..k Treasurer rrea. uorn- -
tmmm I -LI
Kav Fixe CepaS7.-B6 e ea
gin. company, ths "IAtAe Button,
have elected the followiub officers:
n Trnffenlkerc i .'Ajeutant 1
eased on the new front of Hancock
Bank and Bcbwabes build ing.one day j
last -reek, tall tiie gfountl, ekaiusg
him ap ana tiruiauif jum conaiuera
ly, but doing bim ao' serious injury.
Mr. Job Pabkjk, of the firm M
A. J. Parker, met with quite an ac
indent at me a, av.
Wednesday, by gettng jammed be-
tweea two freight trait. Ho bones
were broken, but Ha bruises are se-lprof.
vera and will confine bim to tie boose
lor some weeka, -- - 1 .
Thk RHubSosa fneterr it North I
Carolina ia the daatb-blow . to the j
liberal DeOy Tardea movement. I
Snmner's letter, which vat intended
k- mtinraA SHatA. has bad a
I Za .ar tbe
. '.u7JT Z M
AiLit ' '
,a., . . ..
Lar every- teedet-ef eur pepet pe-
rase carefully tspaacb ea our first
page. Alee tte letter ot lloa. A. u. 1
Blaine to Coa, Cbaa. Sumaer. Tbe leti
ter of Oea. John A. Dix is well wortfey
ofc tbe author oi the patriotic declare-
' Uon, "If any man hauls down the
American flag, shoot bim on tbe spot,"
Oood Bre. Joe.-J- L. Wallace, I
one of the most aeoommodatbg con-
duabart thAt avar run a train oat ofl
iruMUay, leaves eaasy wr fPg"
fieui to run between tnat euy ana
Columbua Our business
agree V itk af ajaem we say. tbat
.Bim wbole-aoalol gaatlaw aerer
puacbed a . tokeV. . We will 'all
Vev Saddler and Harnssa Shop.
Mr. Geo. Babl bat opaaas) a SaddLs
and Harness Shop adjoining the Jarr.
Office, andlr. Joba W
to move bis Boot and Shoe Shop to
a short tir- - We are sorry to lose
Vr-W-wbnas oeea aa agreeaDiel
neighbor '.H'- Bahl k excellent
-PAOT, sad will sooa bnild ap a bust-
jmm. ViiHitt i ff i i"n
In. ? mociatic Caucus. Our Dem
ocratic fr:ecds in Findlay- townehiD
met at the Court House last Friday
"dea delegate for their count j
"""""n. ifceuDen ttieeie, j-sq.,
I M made Chairman and L. Glessner
I ana U. h. wloaher Secretaries. A
little 'elate' had been fixed up fori
u occasion in the. Interests of cer-1
tain candidates, which was attempted
to be carried out by the appointment
of a committee of fire to select dele-ling
gates. This caused much noise and
confusion and at one time there was I
fourteen motions before the house, I
and the Chairman could not decide I
whIch Lad the precedence, and in at-
lempung io ao so made me matter I
worse. For a time it seemed as I
though a row was . inevitable. At
last Pendleton came to the rescue,
assisted by Blacktor J, and a motion
was put and carried that each mem
Der of tne Part-V present should name
I nnm deleo-ate. tnd hnt nn nnl il tha I
I ' - i
delegation was oiled. This was . a
eienai for everv man to nut forward I
... . I
i ma ueiegaie, ana - noise ana con-
I fusion'' again reigned supreme. In I
their atxiety to have a, divine in full I
communion with their party Rev. A.
B. Fields was put before the Con-1
rWWU iA lUUn UIUl w U IWUU Wl
a. F.Anderson In-1
... . . mnni,.rnm,w thai
tka rh.irm.- M.M nlw nn nni
of the hoMe aad thtt hii -Hole
h-t-v-.w -m r a rrinif I
Alter sifting the matter down It rc-
aul .. rn . I
umi iviiuwi I
L. Hill, C Coulter, W. Mun-
vK T?7 -oepn
p. Karat. Jr. II. D. Tavlor. Dr
A. Hard, A. B. Fields, H. Jr. lisge,
xeatsortb, A. VVetherlll, J . a
Gutrwiler, G. F. Pendleton, James
amis, u. jr. uoDinson, w. v. '"c i.
iJ.Jiuck, A. Kunmons, Stephen New
man. iTfT.ninr.r it v.v a p
ByaL F. W.. Selbach, J. M. Barr,
H. 1C Henderson.' W. lL-Lowther.
T. Linsicum, H. IL Vane, Squire
Csriin A. Teatsorth, M. W.Vance.
We learn that one Liberal Bepul
Iicaa did not feel very much honored ,
by being . selected, and. ssld that
ffBrhllA tlak K?aS HfAMiAnaf flaatii aVv
uu at waw iviucuai uasuiaj ijvj I
some extent" he was more opposed
W IUUU1UIK IUU1K11 HiU U1S XCUl- I
-i ptrhap. he think, iu
may be more of the delegates In the Lf
-0 FinrtinTm Rr referenea all
to our advertising columns it will be I
Been that the trustees ofFindlay. and
,4- - to-ngh; throng whi,
the lb K. & L. Kit is being bad. have I
called an election of the roters to rat-1
- .... I
jfj a contract by which the Trustees
have disposed of the interests of the 1
MT.ersj townshiDS in said Raflroad. be
taking stock in the same as anv other
Btookholder. At the rate this road is I
laid it wiU certainly reach
L"0 m 7 7 though the Com-
P7 " their contract reserve a year I in
Pmt- We P8 the
IQiecwre 01 uib uuierent lownsmps in-1
terested will read carefully the eon-
tracts they are called upon to ratify I
by their votes, and their will come at
onoe to the conclusion to vote "Ratifi-
cation of Contract Yes." Let it not
be forgotten or neglected.
.Extracted JIaney. We are under
obligations to Dr. J. McClurg, for
several pounds of extracted honey
from his apiary near Forest. The Doe-
tor sold over 300 pounds to Uessrs.
Slioei and McManness, last Tuesday,
As this is the first extracted honey
oblivious of the f set that the ReDub-
mtde ferge gains in both
branches. Such is Dolly Yarden
.,ll,.J,t,.l.. : I
wvugmw vui fiuax, is as uwaiuig v i r
- : .: T. I
uuv wsu jwug ivmw. w i
anmmiv v iinnij lmnav Sf am. I
Mvwnn w d m .ujvu uuut, m wu-
- : T. I
the comb by means of a melextracter, fin
a:pf. fl I
HJsl mm asBiarTMCU UUUI mUV UIUPI gHW AAA W" I
which it is trathered. Dr.
UoCIar hu h .ttentloa I
u ri,nr. whirh n nn(l nrla to
onfl M one of
- . I
the State. He expects next season to
embark in the business more exten
sively than ever.
Ths Vouner, in its eagerness to
claim a victory in North Carolina,
claims a Liberal Victory (?) in the
election of five out of eight Congress-
men, but faila to tell its readers that
the present Congressional delegation
In Congress stands six Democrats to I
v a V .- .a . I
wo aepuBiicans, so tnai ma present
.1 ; t m I
ee"' gnoione ior tne
ipauucans. iur neienoor aiso laiaaui..
weeiey Arf-gisiature enureiy
SS .11.. I..a it-ill. T" t I
thunder as distilled through the col-
nmns of "the Greeley organ of Han-
:Ttf'Boy Lecturer at "Melodeon V
Hall" Mondav evening draw a fair
house which wss weH entertained- He
Bb0vs remarkably proficiency or a
boy of twelve years and ia an ex-
of careful and attentive
cnlturt w01 do for the mental oowers.
Walling, bit father, proposes
to teach e class of pupils, over twelve
Iysn 0 age, on the tame system.
which be claims to be superior to
any now known. At the request of
tome of pur citizens be will lecture
again next Monday evening.
- r oxttbrne. bi jnontMy
visits to Findlay. The result of bis
jmodeof treatment has already been
tttia-firtorDy tested by many tuff erert
ia this place and vicinity. He treats
greater -variety ot long standing die-
aMes than any other physician. He
nana ru minantl ot poisonous medicines
wishes no ' cases to doctor but
those given up by other physicians.
He may be consulted at the "Joy
House," Findlay, for one day, Thurs-
7. August 15th.
Ust of Letten remaining in the
Post-office at this vlace for tbe week.
landing August 1872 ; j,
I V1 11 T U
K lchela, Jennie,
af Ichalowsky Louis,
Knrand C J.
Smith A. M.
Persons calling for these letters
will please say they are advertised.
THOS, E. ADAMS, P. M.
T?s Straight-out Democrats who
are to bold a national convention at
Louisville ia September have issued
I circulr d propose to organize in
8Ueet,l,Tery C0QDty- CnM- O'Connor is
I auiuin ior x-resiaens.
Th Democratic DoUvVarden can
I eaa mtldt met at ths Court-house the
- ower mgni gave tnree cheera for
North Carolina. They will take that
for the New Wh
RAILROAD MATTERS. Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R. R.
I . .
We last week published an article
irom tne ilassilon Independent in re-
gard to straightening the Pittsburg,
I Ft. WavnA Ac C!h'u-n TJoTW.,1
this jroject has become a settled fact.
and as Findlar once lost this road
I through the sheer carelessness or
I something worse ot some of her lead
citizens, would it not be well for
us to be up and doing to secure this
proposed air line read. . In the last
few dajs we nave conversed with
Prominent railroad men who have
called our attention to the fact that
an air une irom Alliance, Unio.to in.
Wayne, Ind., would strike Findlsy,
in this county, and Ottawa, Putnam
county. This line would strike the
northern part of Stark, Wayne and
Ashland counties, the southeran part
of Summit, Huron and Seneca, and
hliuv. TTanv.lr Putnam mw,A PnM.
wv , - -...
ing. It would save a distance of at
least 22 miW and the last 100 miles
... . .. . .
win Lie inrougn a country wnere tne
grade will not exceed ten feet to the
mile, and where the cost of construo-
Ition including right of way, masonry,
ties, Ac., should not exceed 15,000
I w MB HWUWWV WJM U1V
actual cost of runnning the P. Ft. W.
&C. RIL ia i 12.000 Twr mile ner
Tear. This savin of 22 miles would
be worth to them 264,000 per year
nearly enough in ten veara to build
Wl lyj n that a nnhRn miu.tin
ow people snouia d cauea ana a
committee appointed to look alter our
?f-f ta " !
BUOmu 08 mae wimous our navmg a
m ww game nugns oe oi sucu
nature as would do us greater harm
than it doea where the road ia now
RAILROAD MATTERS. Pittsburg, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R. R. Toledo & Columbus RR.
The committee that visited Colum
bus last week in the interests of the
Wenera line, consisting of Messra.
Brown, Carlin and Mungen, of this
nW Gfln pWnanB nrir,tyn; and
w -ftMiatm Tm ftf
report nothing new. They had the
BiuuH MMMurnPRai wm fiaWM nsn mil funnfr.
estIm&teg of eDgIneera 0D ,,0
. 1 , T
but would decide between them.when
the lacu aa to lnnal aid AiatMnnn
grade, ia, were before them. Until
then they could do nothing.
Now. thm- rm5n W
people to do but so to work, raise all
the monev we can bv tax. nrivata
subscriptions, and secure the right of
way. Farmers along the route should
aa liberal aa raadble in nirinrr
ngbt of ray. as our success in pro
curing the road will depend much
All manner of stories will be started
the interest of the Western rente to
distract and divide us, and these re-
pons Bnouia oe receivea wiin mucn
allowance. Let there be solid work,
less credence given to these stories,
and Findlav will secure the road with
Roonso and Spouting, opposite
THORNTON F. MORRISON.
The Tiffin papers declare that there
has not been one case of small-
nnx in that r-ilv Hnrintr tha nrMPnt
- O r"
uumi nnrtaA ths onntrsrw tint.
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A foam nf hnraaa van isir in Tif
last week, running into another
team, and mashioff thin era no een-
wm m . wm
Scipio township voted last week
aid the B 4 O. road to the amount
A little son of Andrew Werley, of
New Beighle, aged about twelve
years, was so severely injured by a
barrel of ashes falling over on him,
that he died in a few hours.
Uborinir under the stranire hallucina
tion that the C & T. road will be lo-
Lated on the eet Une. It is pnac-
Tj.r aa. f. down
' " o
brick ,ide walks, in accordance with
.i. nluat.A v tha To ComcSl.
Some dastardly scoundrel or
scoundrels took a team of horses
which was bitched on the street be
longing to Mr. Wm. Slye, drove oat
town several miles, and then torn,
the horses toward town, tying np
H" The result waa a rune-
way, a dead horse, and a wagon in
An old gentleman named Cross,
was taken to the Lucas county In
sane Asylum one day last week, in
curably insane. .
A borse and buggy were atolen
from near Elmore, on Saturday
night of last week. -
. Mra. Perrin, a widow lady of Per
rysburg, waa thrown irom a buggy
while returning from a funeral one
day Lut,week, and considerably in
jured. ..- . . "
.. : . j i s.
' Tna Cornier quotes our notice of
R Grissel, Esq., four years ago,
when he was tbe Bepabllcan candi
date for Congress. We honestly be
lieved what we wrote then, and just
aa hoaestlv 'believe what we write
now, whea we aay that Gen. Grant
believing that Mr.Grissel waa worthy,
ppointed him Collector of Internal
Revenue, from which office he was
compelled to remove him.for good and
sufficient reasons. We were deceived,
as waa the Administration, and Mr.
Griasel now opposes Geo. Grsnt's re
election:' We believe our reason for
modifying our opinion of Mr. Griasel
Is fully aa satisfactory as that gentle
man eaa give for changing hla opin
Ion of the administration in the last
two years. What thinkest thou, L.G.?
Miller Mrs. Ann E.
Pickens, aflaa Ella.
Pflngsl Mr. Andrew.
List of Letters remaining uncalled
for in the Post Office at MeComb, on
the 31st dsy of July, 1872.
Rrran Mrs.. J.U. MUlerMr.
Braahman WiUiam, M11K
Brown Peter. Pick.
Kree Mrs. Hannah,
Vaster Mrs. CS
When calling for the above letters
Z. BARNEY, P.M.
Tbs track-layers are four miles out
on the Lake Erie ds Louisville BR,
and are reaching out for Bluff ton.
ealer & ,Wilson
Local Business Notices.
Will be held at the Union School
Building, Findlay, commencing
Monday, August 26th, 1872,
and continue fire days.
Good and competent instructors
will be present.
We urge upon teachers the import
ance of attending, and hope that they
will make arrangements to be present
during the entire session of the In
stitute. y :?
By order of -
By request of many citizens, Mas
ter W. G. Walling only 12 years
old will lecture again at "ilelodeon
Hall,'' on Monday evening, Aug. 12.
On this occasion very tuany other sub
jects of a scientific nature will be in
troduced and thoroughly reviewed by
this youth of 12 years. His father,
ProC O. B. Walling, will accompany
him. Come early to avoid confusion
Admission 25 cents ; children 15 cents,
Due notice will be given of the time
and place for holding Prof. Waiting's
s . i m a Bar Aw I
xa averyrouy i aouw. i
Praisb and Soiodomt. Greatest
luxury of modern times beautifies I
and preserres the teeth. ( The repul
sive breath is rendered as fragrant as I
rose, and coldness by friends, or in I
basinets, will now bo no longar no- I
ticed. . I
Spalding's Glue mends broken tovs
N0tlC8 tO ToWnshiD Treasurers
Tue rreaaurer will be ready to psy
slTl f Vial vntiifal i rtA tliam aavara 1 rraaBrn. I
ship, by the 15th day of August,
1872, and requests those entitled to
call and receive them. I
Treasurer of Hancok County.
Aug.. 9. 1872. lw.
For Sale or Bent.
Tha farm formerly owned, by John
Kslb, deceased, near IfcComb, O.,
la offered for aale. If not aold by
the first of September. It will be rent
ed to any one offering the highest
cash rent, with good security. Ad
dress, , Jons S. Kalb,
White Sulphur, Delaware Co., O.
Aog , 9, 1872, 2w.
Dissolution, of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the co
partnership heretofore existing under j
me name ana Kyie oi itsy eg uauariant
Carriage and Wagon Vakers. has this
dsy been dissolved by mutual eonsent.
Callahan, retiring therefrom, and
W. Bay taking hia place the new
firm to be known as Bay Bros. The
new firm assumes all the debts, and
.11 . t B . .1 1- I
wiu continue w mate urai-ciaw worn,
Jamks Rat, I
July 30, 1872.
To guarantee the greatest quantity
of wheat to the acre, It ia necessary
have even distribution of the seed.
No Single Feed Wheel will do this.
The Double Positive Feed Wheel
;n a. t,i. ti. Twi.i. Pv.;nwa
AAA aaAis. MW sivwwaw s vwia v
Feed ia the only one that will distrib
ute without bunching." The Stray
er Double Force Feed is the only
Drill with Double Positive Feed and
evenly. Sold by,
warranted tO distribute the grain I
G. W. Waxtkbs.
The South Bend Drill, witb the
Strayer Double Feed, Is the best.
Ths Home Steam Washer audi"
Bleecher washes perfectly without any
. . J , .
Wear to tne ClOUUUg. Dena ior IU I
Ths best Sewing Machines in use
are those at Zay'a, over Citiiens'l
Bank Call and see them.
Rooyiso and Spouting, cheap, and I
of good quality, at Thornton F. Mor-
ison's, opposite the Court House
s scientific vegetable preparation ;
perfect substitute for, and more ef
fective than Castor Oil, and is pleasant
to take. It cleanses the syBtem in a
most remarKaoie manner; aoes not I
distress or gripe, but operates when
.11 tl. nimiJins lisiia faUaA It h
Sasa vVUvi a wutwuiva aaai w sissiviss ew aw i
certain to supersede Fills, Castor Oil,
Narcotic Syrups, and all other purga
tive and exciting medicines.' The
Castoria con tains neither Minerals,
Morpbine nor Alcohol. By ito emou-
ent, soothing effect, it assimilates the
food and produces natural sleep partic
ularly adapting it to crying and teeth
ing children. ' It cures Stomach Ache,
Wind Colic, Constipation, Flatulency,
Croup and kills Worms. Make your
Druggist send for it ; he will always
keep it, as every family must bave it.
t costs but thirty-five cents a bottle.
How To Go West.
This is an enquiry which every one
ahould htve truthfully answered be
fore be starts on bis journey, and a
little care taken in examination of
Routes will in many cases ssve much
trouble, time and money.
The C , B. P. It. It'' running
from Chicago, through Galesburg to
Burlington, and the "L, B. fc W.
Route," running from Indianapolis,
through Bloomington to Burlington,
have achieved aaplendid reputation
in the last two years as tbe leading
Paaieager Routes to the West J! At
Burlington they connect witb the B,
-M.B.R. and Jorm the great Bur
lington Route, which runs direct
through Southern Iowa to Nebraska
and Kansas, with close connections to
California and the Territories; and
passengers starting from II an cock
County ,on their way westward.cannot
do better than to take the BunxraGToa
Bouts. This line has published
pamphlet "How to go west,' which
contains much valuable information
a large correct map of the Great
West, which can be obtained free of
charge by addressing tbe General
Passenger Agent B.4M.R R.' Bur
i ' Freth Ume! '
All the lime at 18 cents a bushel
t miles south oi town.
Aug. 9-Sw. Wm. Bishop.
THE EMPIRE STORE
are closing out their stock for the
next thirty days at a
to mako room for a
Don't buy till you call
and see ut.
Bcsaox, Winders & Co.
From tne iubacriber, one mile wast
lot Findlay, two milk cows one a
small red and white spotted, and the
other a large red cow, with some white
spots, and white on her belly. They
are four or five years old. A liberal
reward will be paid for their recovery.
Jobk IIinkk. Findlsy, O
Turn Home Steam Washer and
Bleecher u the greatest labor-saving
invention oi mo gg. j
nrrifirnn nnnnn nnnno
5UMMfin UWbOO UUUUO
AT COST AT
PATTERSON & WINDERS.
fob baroaihs go to
Patterson & Windibs
From the subscriber, in Findlay, a
sorrel horse, tour years old, a small
white spot on the forehead, a little
white on one of the bind feet ; and
when be left had on the head-stall of
a halter. A liberal reward , will be
paid for him, or information that will
Fahrney 's Famous Remedy.
Dr. Fabmey's Blood Cleanser or
Panacea is beeonunz a very popular
fcmil meaicma Nothing better to
.jeanse the blood. Try it. See ad
Bleecher does away entirely with the
rub boad. Give it atrial
J. C. HOXTBB,
verfjsernent in another column.
Stop Tour Swindling,
for John Adams & Bro. are putting
up the Starr Lightning Bods for 15
cents per foot, and warrant their
Tna Home Steam Washer and
At B. Eorroa : Please announce the nama
a.. Nans, of Delaware township, as a
candidate tor Sheriff, subject to tha decision
ot the Bepabllcan County ConvenUon, and
oblige, JlAST Citixxja
ns. iBWwmaaoniAM : Please announce the
name nf Joaanh Barsintlsn of Jackson town-
ship.asasultablecandldate for bherlS, sub
ject to tha decision of the coming Republican
County Convention, and obi lae
We are authorised la announce tha nama of
John B. Buhl, of Findlay township, aa a can
didate for Sheriff, subject to the ;dedsion of
tha Republican County Convention.
GEORGE SAO ER At tha residence of tha
bride's parents, near Benton. In this county,
A . 1 idm K Dav UTm U.'l. llllnAn XI r
John R. George and Miss Luclnda Sager.
Thursday, Aug. 8.1872.
Eaoa. 11 eta. -Tbadb
Ubaix. Wheat better at tlJOQl S3; OsU23
Butt kb Dull at 10 ots for choice.
Appua Dried -. So
Baoom. Shoulder, 4o Bides, 6e HAma, 8c
1 vwai is
mi 8 i30
1 ziai art
aasaassrsjs ssssans ses at avs w
. M Is
ii11: : z 2
i i 07
Live Stock Markets.
BUFFALO August. 6.
Exit Cattl.. The receipts for to-day,
were 1,122 head, making the supply for tha
week thus far 4,879 bead, or 8S7 can against
270 can last week. The market opened slow
or He. ofl" from last week, rates. Bales were
made of SOS Ohio, ranging from 1,068 to ifiw
pounds, at $5 7V7 OS; 438 Illinois, ranging
from 1,105 to 1,31a fcs at St OOgpS SO ; S7 Michi
gan averaging U00 as. at as SS : 180 Indiana
steers ranging from 1240 to 1363, atSS WS w
ISOTexans ranging from 1,050 to 1,088 tsv, at
Hooav RecelpU lor to-day, 1JO0 head, mak
lag tha supply for tha week thus far 7,180
head against 8,800 hbad at tbe same time last
week. The market wss flat, the majority of
stock ia pens being thin. Good hogs will
command ft 755 00 ; thin stock tt 26(34 60
sales wars made of 302 Ohio, ranging from 181
to 20S to- attl e2a!7S,and 170 Illinois aver
aging 253 Ia at 5 00.
Bxxr Cattla Ths market waa dull, and
tha arrlvala were heavy ; sales were made of
the best at t 1538 75, and stockersat at S 60
04 26; prospects dull.
Hoae. The market waa dull, and the arri
vals were haary ; sales were made of Phila
delphia hogs at M 7004 80, and Yorkers at
4094 60 , the prospects are alow.
VTOTICE ia hereby alven that a notiilnn
will be oreaented to tha nninii.mn
of Hancock county, 0 at their next session.
,u w unu uu mi nay 01 nepc joTi praying
aVa Kh la-sattAsa sn n-a a - 1 -
thence west on the section Una between sec
tions 88 and 28 and through on said section
lines between section 82 and 28. and lntnt
tbe road run ing west to the Taylor School
boose, and terminate. The alan n-tumn
yon to locate tbe road, eommeScina at tbe
norm une 01 section h, near Wm. Wick ham's
house, and running in a smith n.tnriir ii-
reeUon to the county road between section 83
and 82. Your petitioners therefore ask that
such proceedings may be had to establish such
road or maybe ante
aw ; aula xtanoock count
and directed by
On Salary or Commi
WUULD INFORM ALL OLD CU8TOM
en that he hat he la fixed up In blanew
i prepared to flu all orders In hla line aa a
wocer Sc Baker.
Notice for Proposals
, Cini'iOmci, I
UOORPOBATED VILLAGE Or V IIDLAT,
BALED PROPOSALS will be received at
illjL0 aj lv aa. VI HID aaimm jiwi aaaw
.aiA4, ou, is' 2, ior me trecuon oi
ah nsine House in
p'c and tpeelfleaUona on file In the Clerk'a
omoe. Bid tor atone work, brick work, ear
pouter work, labor and material, must be
made aeparate. The Council reserve the right
. By order of the Conndl.
Aug. 9-St. LEU. ate VANNEMa, Clerk.
rpuia yonng, entemrlalng, and popular In-
A atltutlnn nnmliAnul iliirfn.Uill nnt vur
uiua exiatnee. nearly three huoureu atu
ueuw ui iia vanoua aeparunenut;
Literary, Normal, Commercial, and
The flret term oflta second year commencing
August 12th, 1872,
promine to be more largely attended than
any nrevlooa term. The autuoriuea or tue
aauooThaTemade araat exertlona to prepare
rooma lor the accommodation of all who
wuih to attend the eomlng fail, or at any time
nthe rutnre. The object oi tne inauiuuon ia
to prepare txh young men and women for
tostchins, lor any of the real and active dup
af life, as wall si for nrenarlna those who de-1
fin, amor. eompletocourto nM any of
ilformed SSh terS Tfor the social dTlil
?bnS-Dnra-OU' aaU"" 10
tha common braaehas.
Dnnr.IEtP IKE II IIV r XJP JO P
UUWti llkbl IIIUlilWWIW WWii WWW I
Mn I .. .1 . 1 1. . 1 I
i nere are in euunecuusi wiin tne in.uiuuuu,
well conducted Llleiary Societies, which I
allord goodopportuniUes for drill la
T am nKlnr nna of tha Jackson Steel Plows,
and iliink that It is lust the Plow the farmer I
need. 1 don't think there can be a belter I
Plow made lor aUpurposea.
CempoalUen, Debate, Pautila'
mentary Law, Criuclsmst
jfcCs, Ac, Ae.
ComaaaM Branckaa, 60 eta par Weak.
Instruction on Piano & Organ
$10 per Term.
Vocal Music, $2 for Twenty-
Calendar far 1873 and 173.
rail Terns beglaa Asia. 19, caa 15.
Winter Ht. S, Mar. IS.
Sarins Mar. SS, - Jane 19
Hersaal JasialS. JlyT.
Board can be obtained at from COO to 13.50
per week. Hooms ior sen-ooarumg can ue
rented at reasonable rases.
lin. n m.ni nt lusrs mnoisi. vin ui m.
'or further information send for catalogue.
ri. n. i. r. ii rv, i . n.
July 26-40 Faculty.
Farmers, Consult Your Interests,
BY BCTIHa OBXY THK
JACKSON PLOW !
Band what vnnr Neichbors sav of it 1 1
- ' I
. - . , I K-n- I
ing it, ana tnina ii iub ikh a uav v.s m..
I .,lil not iMka 1U0 for it. if 1 could not net
another. It Is lust the thing,and I advise lar
miers to buy It. JACOB hEArirOtia.
Aoyte xiswawip. May io, is,.,
Tt. iu Vuhiit! f htvA nna of tha Jackson
Ht-I Plnwa. made bv Wolt m Powell, and 1
defy the world to beat IU Without any eieep.
tlon it is tne uei r iow a tm .-,
buy no other, for it hi Just the Plow we have
km. been wantlna In this part of the coun-
trv. and It la home made. Let us an nairon-
lae home enstom. uuuub k. v t, .
Alien IXMiuMp, io, u.
Tbe Jackson Bteel Plow, made by Wolf A
PowalL Findlay, O- la the beat I have ever
Eael nmuhtp. May 4, 1872.
JWiay Tuwnthtp, AprU , M72.
When I purchased. I took out a Jackson
Plow, made by Wolf A Powell, and a nail
Plow, for which Ruthraufl A Cory are Agents,
tried both to my satisfaction. I returned
the Ball Plow and kept the Jackson. It la the
best 1 have ever oeea. ,,,., T
AA T IXJ aA J Tff -s-sVISslS
Ubert IhasuAao, Jtow 80, 1871.
For a good Plow I advise my neighbors to
buy ths Jsckson Steel Plow, Won A roweii,
makers, tt U undoubtedly Oie best yet lnUo
duced. A. u. g-JLTUa.
tnaioa JovmtMp, jmm ,
T am mini nna of tha Jackson BUel Flows
and think tt cannot be beat. , M
UniM Itotmthip, May 23, 1ST-,
1 have tried Uie Jackson Steel Piow. nun-
lectured at the "Old Jackson rounury, oy
ui Pnsoil. tn mi full aatUf action, and
Bnda It la just what the farmer needs. It
voruweiiin khh iwso .iuhuu -.
la. In short, tha best plow I have ever used,
uv in anon, u- solqmoN POWELL.
Jtadiay rbwnMfp, April 30, lsTJ.
i h.- triad the Jackson Steel Plow, about
which I bave heard so much, and i believe
that It IS ail ma ia -"""!?!"". . VT
IMnrty Townthip,Jm ia, laTl .
1 , - imlTi few of the hundreds of
recommendations our Plows have received.
All who have used them tell tne same story.
The above are all we bava time or space to
enumerate. Call and see lor youreejvea . We
ean rurnisn mm awn. m - ..B-- -
as vou can Kek
Keralr ateapex- bhs
WOLF & POWELL,
Eaat Rallraa4 Street.
ArOHTRACTof which the following ia a
moor has been entered into by tha Trus
,.,7 E-Hle Township, Hancock county,
Ohio, to-wlt: Ktwn Ty,,.
township, Hancock county .Ohio,
of the first part, and tbe Late trie louis-
witnesseth: That whereas the aaid Trustees,
having full authorltrao to do, by virtue of
ITrtain proceealngs, vote, notices, Ac, have
Into a written contract with the sec
ond -arty, who therein agrees to procure tbe
r7n ofway. tarnish materials, construct,
xrade. iron, tie. bridge, and ballast a certain
Sii described aa follows; Commencing
I. .vlnt where the Lake Erie m Louisville
k-11 way crosses tbe north line of said Eagle
nshii. and thence In a southeasterly direo
tiii upon ald road-bed In and through said
iri-rie wwnsblp to the point whereithe said
ills Erie A Looi-Tille Railway bed .crosses
tw west Une of aaid township of Eagle.' And
ssld Trustees have duly sold to said Rail
IsVcompany said railroad so to be coustruct
rt including 1 be right ol way, road-bed, ties,
Sr-aiug, bridging, iron. ballasting, and allthe
fShL title. In terest and property of said Tms
tls and of said Township of Eagle In and to
rfyj railroad so to be built, and upon payment
SS tuUy and completely conveyed to sald seo-
- i rirtv. In consKierauu- oi au wuiui
Lake Erie LouisvUle Railway Compa
,miam tn nav to first nartv un-
Br?aonveving said railroad the sum of Ten
ThouudTwO) dollars, to be paid as fol
FW)ne dol lar (II) cash and Nine thousand
'nSndVed an nUty-ninedolla
the stock of the Lake &ne m xouia
(.."" ff? r.m- ..id stuck to be trans
I'rredWsaiJTVuei oVloany other person
SdTownshiasnrst party may dfrect.
"ituT further agreed and expressly made a
JAof this contract, and to increase val
Siof said lailroadrfook, and as a condtwon
reeedent to the said agreement of said Trus-'vedlrcsinj-yment
"'"i Z'id skshall be paya-
h!rin money to said,Trusteea,tbat wlthinone
Sear from this date said Lake Erie Lonia
K.il. shall be so far completed that
the iron shall be laid and ears run from Flnd
lillnsaideountyof Hancock, to Lima, In
Allen county. Ohio. MBtrMt shall
an lawfully be suhmitted to tne vowis .
Sw Township for ratification ; and ifUwfui
ratified at aaid elreUon, It shall be btnd
!' - i ,.wk a .11 nartlea.
IDMcnia uu siiii t- r
Jul.--, JOHN SMITH,
P. H. POWELL,
:' Trustees of Eagle Township,
Fit- tnra, Township Clerk.
a. k- .-nt thAaveention of tbe
foreaotng eontract, and In nid8" ,'
the mutual agreements and promises therein
of the parties: we jolnUy and severally bind
onrseives ana expressly iuw w .ir ij.Ti
il- h.i Ik. m-,A tk. Rria A Louisville Rail
way Company wiU In all Pf'"1'5! coraT
ply with said contract, anu mi. w,- "
promises and aroemenU of said Com pan,
as therein Mated. I. Yz?t '
swn.a. aal-a-S. Vrtwngh I Is fit EaUl- MTt
a U. -iwwio -S mmun aww r .
therefore hereby notified to meet at thj i nsual
nlaee of holdlna elections In aaid township,
mm " - avsurus as. im
And them aad there vote for or against the
ratlneaUoa of ssuaeontracb -All la favor0'
theraUfleaUosi thareof will write orprinton
Jontxaoo . JQhIbMITH ,
UW.n j .
Truatees of Eagle Township.
Lnn. lownahlp Clerk.
julj IA. 1S11 W-.
ssion. Wagon and Ou
3b the tax-paying Elmortot Maditon TomuAip,
jiuihuc. vvwiuy, Onto.
Madihox Township, In aaid county, l
July IS. A. 1 r, t. I
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
following written reauest.slatned bv more
than one hundred resident tax-ravins elect-
ora of said township of Madison, Hancock
county, Onlo, has been made upon the true.
ui auu aujaun wwnsuip :
To the Trnueea of Madison Township, Han-
We, the undersigned, resident tax-paying
electors of Madisou township, Hancock coun
ty, Ohio, more than one hundred In number,
respectlully request that you request that too
construct a Kailroad from a point near the
center ol the southwest quarter () of section
imrLT-one iiii on tne aoutn line of aaia see-
Uon In said lownshtpor Madison, In the coun
ty oi rxancoca, ana suueoi unio, wnicn point
will be the south terminus of said road :
thence north to the north line of said town
ship, which wlil be the north terminus of
said road, and both termini are within said
township of Madison. We also request that
yon appropriate the sum of nineteen Thou
sand dollars toward the construction of said
railroad : such sum not exceeding five ner
cent, of the assessed valuation of the real and
personal property of aaid township of Madi
son last made ; That aaid bonds shall be ordi
nary eouDon bonds, and said bonds and the
coupons auacneu tnereio, snail oe payaoie ai
the Treasurylof Hancock county. Ohio. That
said bond, sball bear Interest at the rata ol
eight per cent, per annum, payaoie semi-an-nuail
v. on the nrst day of March and the first
dav ol bet) tern ber of each year. That of aaid
amount Uie sum of nineteen hundred dollars
shall become due in nve years from March
1st, A. l, lTi ; and nineteen hundred dollars
shall become due In In six years from the first
or March, A. IK, lis; anu nineteen nunureu
dollars shall become due In seven years from
the first day of March, A. 1 , 1872 ; and nine
teen hundred dollars sball become due In
eight years from the first day of March. A.IM
Itrri : and nineteen hundred dollars shall be
come due in nine years from the first day of
March, A. it., lsii ; anu nineteen nunureu
dollars shall become due In ten years from the
first day of Marcn. A. itnz ; anu mat nine
teen hundred dollars thereof shall become
due In eleven years from the Unit day of
March, A. .. 18,2 ; and nineteen hundred dol
lars sball become due In twelve years from
the first day of March, A. D.t 1872 ; and nine
teen hundred dollars shall become due In
thirteen years from the first day ot March,
A Ik IhCT-l. .1 nlnnlAAn hnmlMil H..I I u ru
shall become due In fourteen years from the
Ami davof March. A. I leTi That said bonds
hall be executed In the usual and ordinary
manner of executing lowiuuip uonua, df me
trustees and clerk ol said township ol Madl-1
sou. and sinned by them ; that said bonds
shall be In denominations aa follows, I
Thirty-eight bouds numbered eousecullvely
irom one tj uiHijuttuh .v.. uu . , r i
Hundred Dollars each. That to each and ev-1
erv of said bona snail do attacneu toe usual
d late and number with the bonds lowhlcu
"ey ! "Sh. J?.1 5rffL5?
else. We request that yon call a meeting of I
the onauaed electors of the township of Mad-I
bton. Hancock county, Ohio, at the Unie and
i . ... ii na, nmvlAH hvli An
PIKUU IU f " ' I ,
1Mn day of August, A. D.. KSTi, at the usu
two rr ,f J.irfi iiun ( uid tnnshii
.m reuQira .aid voters at the special election
1). C. Malone,
' n hi in iraiiuiun witu mum .vMu-n
m.im.nf i h alectnrsof said Madlsontown-
shipin saidconnly.la hereby called, and a
special election fur said purposes ia hereby
.uH knd nnlered In aaid township of Madi
son, at tbe usual place of holding elections in
said township, on
MasMtaT. Aacwss IS, A, 0187S,
Between the hoars of six o'clock, A. M., and
..virx-k p. Mat wblcn time and place
i.i . am nurnilrMH lnvnl fororaaaini4
hr.mim, nl tha amonnt named, aa a
fa for that purpose, the lasnlns of said
bonds, and the other requests therein made.
riilall I'll I Alias as,
lanrVM HalltlrDUI. JO II 11 TV liaafU,
Phillip Trttucht, Henry Hterner,
John R. beztOD. J. n. w
John W. Williams,
John A. Woods,
F. K. Bnsnong,
I. II unt
to be held to vote lor or against the eonstrue-
,A r. t . v. a -u i.l MnnMHl ru 1 1 r. lm 1 1 a nl f ) a
wtln bybpnbucattouVred Dy"aw?Vhl
request U made under the provisions of an
Act of the uenerai Assemuiy f me ouiie oi
Ohio, entitled "An act to autnorixe counuea
to DU11U lUUiroaus, auu w iwm mhi upvraui
the same," passed April 23d, 1872, and lor the
imoseoi availing satu uiwiuuipvi an uie
netlla, powers, and privileges ol said act.
a drew J btanfonl. Nelson 8. Weslcott,
Exra LonKwnrth, FbllUp Wilch, Jr
Leror tt, Laflerty. Holmes Wheeler,
John ITry, Henry Helms,
Robert liorney. Frank B.Cooley,
Thomas J.Falton, Ullea W estoott.
Wallen Cameron, jonn i.rair,
David Wardwell, Robert B. Hindall,
Joseph lAngworth, Levi Helms,
Atexanuer lsiuuuu, nuuiniiiii-,
William K. Drake, Albert Harris.
Phillip A. Rlegle, John Longworth, sr,
Charles N. DoolilUe, Jacob F. Oman,
LUias B, Rlegle, George Willis Ion,
Levi W.Hlnohey, Fares Lease,
William cune, j.u.vjiusbiuuui,
William Anderson, A.j.uiunam,
Phillip Trauctit, Jr
Francis N. Holmes,
John B. Bame,
Saiuoel T. Kepler,
A. L. Prexton,
BenJ D. Evans,
Ueu. W. Woods,
Wm. E. Pngh,
R, W. Oldham,
Thoiuaa H. Bushon,
A. M. Luuwkk,
J. M. Kulgbt,
J. B. Hehaven,
O. B. Tooley,
W. P. Oldham,
H. P. Woods,
J. H. Well .
J. W. H. Morrison,
The opinions of said electors shall be express-1
ed on their ballots, aa follows: "Railroad I
Yes," or"Kallioaa o," wnicn dsiioubii-m
wnnud and returned bv tbe iudgea and
clerks of said election, as in oilier cases-
I'nii.i r r. w Axxi,
J. L. REFH,
N. E. PRICE.
Tmsteea of Madison township, Hancock
county, Ohio. -my w, i. wo.
DRY GOODS !
Reduction in Prices I
j.i aiA fun
jjj orucr io wurt uio iuuuvy -lift
, , i a i
U0UU3 llaVo uccu rcuuuou
in price, and we now
offer them at
VERY LOW FIGURES.
PA R ASO LS.
J. J. V
D. B. BBARDSLBY & GO.
Real Estate Agents,
Offer the following Choice
Property for le.
THE UNDIVIDED ONE-HALF INTEREST
in rmiwrHhon. Materials and Tools, and I
two lots of rrouud, on wliicb the same is situ-1
ated. In Findlay, O. Thesuop Is in operauon
and doluga paying business. Will baaold
a SMALL BRICK HOUSE AND LOT IN
A. Center 8t-,North"FUidlay. Pleasant resi
dence for small family. Location desirable.
Price low and terms easy.
S FARM Of EIUUXl-lBKE." VBi
A with 60 acres cleared. A good IS suy
telling spring of good water, iccaiioii i
aast of Carey, O-, on lymocniwi f "J I
oomposeaoi smui equal r", -i - i
River bottom lanos.
rlSTO LOTS ON WEsf 3 AND UBKY STREET
. wril fenced. wiOtde walk Btreet Me-
Adamisea. rm - . I
In Hancock, Putnam or v ooa kjuuu
nnR SALE OB TRADE. A VALUABLE
17.?., ,H.. n., t h-side of Sandusky 8l
- . .iTI hn.ia nart of town. a good
lS srT dwelling house, with tirven rooms
lllconiDlete,wo3 house, well, cistern, barn
V?iSFtTS AVU1 be aold for one-third
ErdSie 'nXey ii hind, and one-Uurdin
one auu w-j-
, APRES PRIME LAND IN VERNON I
1 fiO f?JS. wiSinsln, well locatd,good
n .H.hnnt one-half of the tract well um-1
""Tir;r., ii r Nuh or excnangeior
Oereu- 7T.i. Price-
lands in wis or ty
. unnnT.iwt mtTNTT
240 MinSeSti "smlleTlrom Railroad
"V ulift i.. tha Northern Pa-
rnnnina irom ,. .-. - --- -, t
eine B-R well tlmoerea. anu
2 TOliU orW. for property In this
GOOD CORNER LOT WITH FRAME
hiuWbara" out buildings, well, cistern
and i-SSndVoVfrniU Price H-JO, payments
OLOTSON CLINTON 8TREET.NOHTH
u . . i iwm hiuiu fnr two
Vindlar. oooa mw '""
lUlel f ivaoan to make payments.
tfit furnished. Apply to
"VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES THAT THE
j.1 tne undersigned have this day, oy mutu
al eonsent, dissolved the partnership hereto
fore existing between them in the manufactu
ring of Rhamey'a Patent Blacksmiths' Bnt
terisea. The business will hereafter beconduc-
leu Dy j. xi. xthamcy. J. H. KttAMr.il,
aukuh x, loii-a.. t. w. u naai
Subscribe for the
Oirjflt iTr TUC D1DTD
I IKI Ml II I i I fir fflrrn.
K F A tj ZT RFFI F fsT
1 1 l,rl L UIIU I 1 ULwl
LETUS HAVE PEACE.
LET CS EE MM
The coming Campaign will be an
exciting one. It is evident tbat tne
Democratic party will assume the
"rossum roucy, ' rnaae no nomination
at Baltimore, and support Horace
Greeley for the Presidency. The lea
ders of that organization are wheed
ling and driving the rank and file in
that direction. Those who love con
sistency will not follow such leaders.
We do not propose to send oat oar
paper at reduced rates tor the Cam
paign, but will furnish to all names
sent in at
50 Cents for 3 Months,
$1.00 for 6 Months
Let every Republican con
sider himself a Committee of
to send in the names.
Pass by no man who
does not take the Paper.
E G.DeWOLFE &C0
VJ.VJ BENSON, JOY 110
CAPITAL DISCOYEBY OF THE AGE
T)r IToltnor. tiaa nrocared license for
t Via mannfartnra of DLtteS for artifioial
teeth, of the latest invention, which
for adhering to the gums surpasses
all nriwinnn rliannveries in Dentistry.
It is the wonder and maivel of dental
science. No difference how flat the
roof of the mouth is,or how much the
alveolar ridcres and earns have wasted
away, this new invention obviates
former difficulties and renders us able
Satisfaction in all Cases.
IS A CEKT-AJSTTY,
GROCERS AND BAKERS,
ARE DAILY RECJUVrSQ ' -: -
TEAS, COFFEES & SUGARS
Direct from Eastern Markets, and are selling them at
RIGES that DEFY COMPETITION.
We ask particular attentioatoourSTOCKOF TEA 3, at PRICES TO CONFORM
WITH THS REDUCTION OF THK TAX.
Wl ARK BKLLTNQ
RED JACKET AND- :
ALSO, WOODEN. WILLOW and STONE WA12X.
We have increased the capacity of our BAKING DEPARTMENT, and are now turning out
Choice Fresh Bread, Cakes, Rolls,
Graham and Rye Bread.
oods Delivered to any part of the Town
Stavel Handle Factory
IS HOW BTABTKD A HO WB WISH TO BET
Ten Thousand Cords ASH for HANDLED
Ten Thousand Cords LINN for HANDLES
Fifty Thousand Cords OAK for CTAVEG
Ten Thousand Cords OAK for HEADING
ALSO WISH TO BUT -
3 AlVD HTHADING
Ol ALL K1BOS 0B WHICH WS WILL PAY .
Call at the STATE and HAJTDJ-E FACTORY for ftartaer
HOORE, WISE & CO.
June 3rd 1872 7-8m.
Jane 5, 1871-tf.
GIVE US A CALL.
HED i:ohse poudeh
yOB ALL GKNXBAL DISBASBS Oi
Stock and Poultry.!
Horses Ccbkd of GrunBBS. Aaron Sny
der's, U. 8. Assistant Assessor, Mount tin a
Fa.; 6. Baton's, Livery and Exchange Stable,
helm's, Danville, Pa A. Ellia, Merchant,
Washingtonvllle, Fau J. Mice s-oanaker'a,
Jersey Shore, Pa,
ttoaaa lukid of lusu
Dm- I -wl.lmro m
Hoasa Cubad of Couo Thomaa Cllng-
man a. Union county. Pa. ,.
Hogs Cubbd of t holes-- H- Barr s, a.
a . tn A m.m l a.ivm Uillnn.
Cows Cnaan. Dr. McCleery'a, L H. McCor
mlcka, Milton, Pa.
Dr. U. T. Kreos, Watitontown, r w. v
Davis, C. W. Sticker-, John and James Fln-
Hundreds more eould be cited whose stock
waa saved by using the BaoHobsa Powdbb.
Prepared by ;c. BROWN. Druggist,
Chemist, at Horseman, No. 36 Broad
way, MiltOn. Pxu
fjitiBiumi, December 1, 1871.
Mn. C. Bbowh Dear Sir s Thla Is to certify
tliat I have sold hundreds of gross of the Cele
brated Red Hone Powder to my trade, and In
every ease It gave en tire satisfaction.
JOrm v- rt u i , w uoiesaie uiiii
825 Market Street, Philadelphia.
BHAMOKnr. Fa- March 1. 1873.
Ef a r Bnowa Dear Sir: Please shin me
two gross Red Horse Powder, Sua slxe, and
one gross Ue site, aa soon as possible aa I am
aboutout, I And your Red Horse Powder to
give better satisfaction than any 1 bave eve
sold. I And It a great medicine for chickens
I oars truly, w.n.auii-.
Far aaia ky V: I Killer Cev, Fl-dlay
July a,ia-- mos.
BOOT AND H STORE.
The Best Quality,
and The Cheapest Lot
BOOTS L SHOES
CAST BB FOUBD AT
No. 74 Main Street,
HA HAS A rUlM. UBS OF
Hen, fueii t ffita'i fear
Work Kafla to Order when Promised
and Warranted to glie Satisfaction.
USE OR YJILLUM SUf.lll
Horse mi Cal Mm.
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gf ywfknasra, will UMroagbly fs-iBviavrais
I I r hnkM mamm mmm kiwun i km ml
Itisasarssrsveatiresf sfl fflwswa
in S ncKMSl M Ult SnTaMUSBC as l
Fi? EB. GLAND6B3. TSLWW jl.
WATER. HEA VK3, COUGHS, DI3- TX
TfilfPEK, FKVER3, V00ND1K, V
V03S Of APPETITE AND VITAL - -K
ili-kut, ac iu ass ua proves
us wuta, tnenasse the apUs
(ires s-noou aad xk-sy skia sad
trsatiorBUi tea aussrable skeletea j"
uiiea-as-siositu sna spintsa Sana, i
Ts keepers of Caws this repars
Uaa is salaabia. It is a sara ass
nsliTl afsiaM IliiiilsnisH, BoUow
Bsra, akt. It kaa ksaa sravea ky
setaal sxpsrtsMat ks Innssn the
qoaauty f sulk aad orasja Kveaty
per esak and asks taa baUar Sna
sad sweet, la suteaiDa esula. IS
(tires thess SB spoetils, loosens UttU kata, sad aukes
-KssthriT Brack autac
ball diseases of Sains, sack as Ceagks, tksn kl
tbs Laaas, Liver, aa, uu arocsi acts
as s pcciftc. Br pauias trosi sas-
kslf s paper Is s paper ia a ksrrai ot i
twiU Uie shots an mill wmaeetaai- a 1
eated or enureiy prevented. Ifi I f
curs for lbs Bog Ckoises.
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