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Home and Farm
Prospects of the Corn Crop.
jt generally conceded
BCatk wiS brag ns one of the beet
otpe erer known. Beporta from the
We ad Southwest are in the high
t degree encouraging, while the
cMtera portion of the middle States,
tgpioiOy the dutrioU entering in
Philadelphia, hare experienced the
beat possible oooditions of success.
The long continued heat, so annoying
to animal nature, justt suits the nature
of corn, especially when aocompamed
by Um regular showers we have had
of late. s
Generally the oorn crop in the East
it not a matter of supreme concern, as
feat nsuaHy raised so cheaply k e
West that it is not regarded as one of
the most profitable articles to grow.
But this Tear additional interest at-
taehes to it from the failure of the hay
crop. The absence of rain and snow
durinz the winter left the earth with
out its nsual spring moisture; and
this, followed by a dry spring, injured
the growth of the grass materially.
In most of the barns within fifty miles
ef Philadelphia, and from which he
draws most of her supplies, there is
generally at hay tune enough on hand
to last nearly a year ahead. But this
season the new hay was taken to near
ly empty barns. This is probably the
non.lition of thin 78 in most of our
eastern States. Hay will, therefore,
be likely to hold its present high price
ant3 tie crop of f 87? is secured, and
eon &er proportionately increase
There has, indeed, been a steady
appfscjatioa in earn (odder for some
yaara2afiy yaart ago It had scarcely
any Tata, hat for. a long time past it
has formed the bulk ot food for dry
cows. It has been found that when
well cured it is equal to hay for horses,
and on those arms where there is
more crown than the cows can use,
it is jnmmg into jise ask popular horse
feet'' It Is veil wnderstood now by
intelligent farmers that there is very
little gain a the .weight of oorn after
the bm eool nigats oosie j hence, the
stalks can be cut while tolerably green,
thus furnishing excellent fodder and
full crop ot oorn at the same. In
of its being left out in shocks on the
field, where the best portions are
washed out by the rains, it is now
better eared for, and when not actual
ly kept in the best 'Condition' in dry
seasons, as hay & at feast jeceires the
protection ,ot alackjng up in as rsin
oroof a manner as aoatihle.!
This moreeongeare for corn fodder
will receive a new impetus this season
from the scarcity of hay, and the very
favorable corn season will also tell
The welfare of the human race is
intimately bound up with that of
domestic animals that even the man
who owns bo horse or cow can rejoice
at the prospect of a beuntMol corn
Prospects of the Corn Crop. Essential Qualifications of a
Few persons imaj
1 rwiaaaaaaOl t
ToowSadge, and especially what yaried
knowledge it is neoeasary a man should
possess to be a practical farmer. There
is scarcely a branch ot science which
is not inbmateJy.'connected with Ag
riculturev It is true a farmer maybe,
the Stiost ignorant of men, and yet
obtain good profits out of his holding ;
but this success is dne to incidental
cirouinstancesJbeyond his control, and
from which he profits ignorantly. Ex
perleEM goto long way, but study
is jppojsiallj t4y. during youth. A
theoiotual farmer, without anyprao
tioe or experience whatever, will pro b 1
ably Lies his . money but a man who
halExprienoe and also knowledge
drawn from books, will, other things
beiny equal, make $250, where anoth
er who has experience -only, without
the assistance andlunU given by the
Uidyof various subjects and sciences,
will only make 1150. Agriculture, or
rather farming, is generally considered
a matter of luck and chance ; all faults
and errors are laid to the weather, but
toe lau is, tnat agriculture is a very
Rearing Bees Artificially.
Quia by says r "In rearing queens
artificially we wish to get as nearly as
possible what we should have when
reared in the natural course of swarm
ing, or what we would ordinarily get
when a colony loses the mother queen.
The eggs in the abdomen of a healthy
queen are probably all alike, yet the
eggs deposited in worker cells make
workers, in drone cells make drones.
Sex is probably decided in the act Oj
laying. The eggs that are laid in the
worker cells may produce queens; those
laid in drone cells never do. When the
egg has batched, and the larva? has
been fed beyond a certain time as a
worker, it cannot be changed to a
queen. Bees, when deprived of their
queen, seem to think that the first thing
necessary toward replacing her is the
queen cells, and they commence sever
al. When they have grubs of the
proper age, the queen cells will be
commenced over those first, or over
those just a little too far advanced to
be changed perfectly, if they happen
to be suitably located in the hive.
If these are not to be had, they com
mence over drone cells, or cells of bee
bread, or even empty cells. If a fall
colony is left destitute, several queens
will be started at the right age per
haps a few may be too far advanced ;
others may be started several days
Th Psdt Crop. The peanut
mania is raging to such an extent in
some of the counties of Middle Ten-
nessee, that some of the farmers are
confining almost their whole efforts to
l.ir Motivation. The crop is well
cultivated, and unless some unforeseen
calamity befalls the crop, it will sur
pass any previously grown, both in
quality and quantity. From numerous
inquiries made of dealers and farmers
we are disposed to put down the total
P tor the year 1872, of Middle Ten-
"" 1,100,000 bushels. Katl
A rrn has been taken out for an
invention by which glass can be used
as a bunding material for house fronts,
floors or pavements, superior to mar.
ble in durability and economy. It can
be made plain or variegated, and. iu
oolors are destructible, -
la- June last there were 6,700,000
aheep m Scotland, 4,500,000 of which
vera on regular monntaiq aheep farms;
the remainder on arable 'eheep lands.
The following is the substance of
the report of the Illinois Swine Breed
er's Association :
1. The lower the price of pork the
greater the need for growing those
breeds from which the product can be
most cheaply made. Depreciation in
prices should be met by greater effort
to improve the stock.
2. To avoid possible deterioration
is best to preserve the distinct
3. Before farrowing, give sows such
food as will incite the secretion of
milk: After farrowing, feed lightly
at first, increasing the quantity care
fully np to the full supply. Teach the
pigs to eat as soon as possible.
4. Alter weaning, the pigs should
have the best care. Milk, with oats
and corn ground together, is excellent
food in proper quantity. Plenty of
exercise is indispensable to health.
5. Market at nine to fourteen month s
old for profit.
6. It was thought not best to en
courage the breeding of pure bred an
imals for general pork making ; that
is, it is not necessary to confine it to
any one pure breed to insure success,
but that the mixing of pure breeds
for this purpose has, in the mam, given
very satisfactory results.
1. Ground or choked food will, per
pound,make more pork than unground
or uncooked; but it does not follow
thai, tinder all circumstances, it is
most profitable to grind or cook it.
This will depend on the price of grain,
the expense of grinding and cooking,
and the eost of feeding.- Each farmer
must decide the question for himself
and by his own surroundings. It is
better to soak and shell oorn than to
feed it m the ear. -
8. Most diseases among animals are
attributable to want of judgment and
care in their management. All reme
dies for diseases which prevailed in
1871 failed. ; Kill the sick hoes and
find out, if possible, why they became
to. The style of architecture,although
to be regarded, is not the most im
portant feature in piggery. A pen,
weQ covered with coarse, wild hay,
and kept dean, where the pigs are
regularly fed and watered is all that is
indispensable to success.
A new method of packing butter
for the retail trade has been invented,
which promises to answer a want long
felt. The new process is described as
follows : , A firkin or barrel is prepar
ed by filling to a proper depth with
strong and pure brine. The butter,
as it if taken from the churn and pre
pared for market, is carefully selected
as to color and quality and enclosed
plain cotton bags or sacks, ' weighing
from five to ten pounds each. These
sacks are placed in the barrel or firkin,
fresh and sweet, and as the brine
completely covers them they can
kept in this condition for any length
time, it is claimed, without any .deter
ioration in quality.' One great ad van
tage that is claimed for this new style
of packing is, that dealers can take
" . .
one or more of the bap from
"giSifpacijige, leaving the rest safe
under cover of the brine and excluded
a SI -
from the air. The bags are suited
the retail trade, as they are just about
what is generally needed for family
use, but are at the same time so con
veniently arranged that any smaller
amount can be cut from them in the
handiest manner. This is an experi
ment in packing butter, but it is wor
thy of consideration by retail dealers.
The most pressing need in most
gardens a that of water. Soil, manure,
site, shelter, aspect all, as. a rule,
have been more or less planned
provided for ; but water has been ex
pec ted to drop down from the clouds.
And if it does not, how many garden
ers have to go without it, or nearly so
Go- without it 1 Whatt does - that
mean? It means hard, sticky vege
tables, stunted leathery fruits, and
small, withered flowers ; for water
the life, the very :substance of most
garden crops. As well try to make
bricks without clay, s to grow succu
lent vegetables, luscious fruits,
fresh-scented flowers without water.
And yet water is not only exceedingly
scarce, but most recklessly wasted
nearly all Eogliah gardens ; it is treat
ed more of an enemy to be got rid
than a friend to help in every good
work. It is carried off buildings
sewers, swept off the surface into
nearest ditch, and the earth tapped
in all directions under the garden
we be rid of it. The whole or greater
portion of that water ought to be saved
up for future use. The rainfall through
out the greater part of the country
not sufficient for the majority of
garden crops. Sometimes for months,
during the most trying weather,
have no rain . By storing our water
we could regulate, and to a great
tent equalize, tbe distribution. Com
mon sense would tell us to open
lower cisterns,' when those in Cloud
land were closed or exhausted.
to do this, we must store water in
more wholesome manner I say store
rather than raise water ; for spring
water, unless first exposed fur some
days to the ameliorating influence
the atmosphere, is too harah and hard
for the nourishment of plants.
only water taken care of now is
little that falls upon our roofs
that flows from deep drains is wasted,
when it ought to be collected in huge
Here is my plan of transferring
Blow smoke m the entrance, invert
hive, place a thin cloth over it to pre
vent the bees from coining out,
rap on the hive two or three minutes.
The bees will fill themselves and gath
er at one corner of the cloth. Now
take off one side of the hive and re
move one card of brood, and fit in
frame anl hang ii in the new hive.
Take the blanket with the bees that
have gathered and cover the new hive
then turn tbe old. hive down so that
the entrances of the two - hives come
together, rap on the old hive, and
bees will travel on the double quick.
I transferred twenty-four stocks this
gammer without the loss of a single
Cor. Bee. Keepers' Journal.
Sponge paper, made by adding fine
ly divided sponge to paper pulp, has
been used in France for dressing
wounds. It absorbs water readily,
retains moisture for a long time f It
therefore applicable to many purposes
in tbe arte and manufactures. . .
Habtfokd, ConiL,ia making a dozen
lawn mowers for the Sultan ot Tuikay
How Coal Originated.
By far the most valuable of all the
gilts by nature our leet, and yet which
13 most generally offered to us when
ever they have been needed most
nrmmllv ftra tfia vaat- annnn. f IT V, .
irrZr 7 "
Z:Z ::ZZ , vT
v: if :. a : .v
rrj m:a w
rnr. Wrf. f lnTnnnm mnmth
crowded every low valley and inland
lake, and fringed the low shores of the
ocean. They sprang up, grew and
flourished, with no hand to Mther
their fruit, and no axe to smite their
tr.irrr.tv trnnks. But ntnrma rjtme.and
tempests, volcanic eruptions and ter-
rible npheavintrs. and they were laid
low in an instant covered with ashes
and sand. The new generations rose
upon them and their race : others fol-
Wr1 ami thus tha work nf destruc-
-r,,l ,n,, ;n sronl trnn
uence, m boiuo uu uuuurou
ana nny successive ioresu, eaca sepa-
rated from the lower by a few feet of I
sand and clay, have been found to
have grown up and fallen in turn, one
Ivinir above the other. They did not
vanisn; Wiey uiu uoi. ,
.1 a; a v I
.1. .V M lit. ntwrtnrr Wt nf Alir I
ueaui tucux ims 5 - 1
elobe. above them a barnmg atmOS-
phere and a thick canopy 01 ClOUa
- ... . .1
nnnrintr endless rain On tH6 BUnace,
a M I
dm changed CTadually into vast de-
posits of coaL
O - I
And when the fuel became scarce
upon the surface, and the men cast
anxious glances about them for new
means to create heat, without which
existence is impossible on one half of I
the globe, and to procure the light
which is indispensable to the enjoy
ment and usefulness, this immense
treasure stored up since time immem
orial, was revealed to them, and ample
supplies of heat and light guaranteed
Save the Sheep from Dogs.
We have frequently recommended
bells one secured to the neck of every
sheep as a certain protection against
dotra. A keeper ot cheep in one ot
the New England States writes that,
in his locality every sheep and lamb
must be belled to save them from dogs
and from wild cats, which latter will
take a lamb quietly, not disturbing the
flock as much as dogs They rarely
visit the same flock or neighborhood
successive nights. I know two flocks
.tn,aa W .
I II V T 1 1 U iVou
UCU UU COU1 BUCCp IUU UUiU , U1CIO
were never disturbed; the others
without bells were destroyed by the
cats. Driving the flock home and
flolding within a few feet of the house
proved no protection. I had a small
flock kept beside a thoroughfare, which
would be chased by the passing dogs
out of the lot and so frightened that I
could not keep them without fetters
when the dogs wonld get them down
and tear them. I bought bells all
strapped and buckled for 12 cents
each ; put one on each sheep and Iamb,
which so frightened the dogs that the
sheep became very daring, and I had
, . .
se far cr troabla froan the 4oa. .
Sheep killers and Iamb stealers are
usually thieving cowards. They know
better than to touch the harmless flock.
Hence, when every sheep begins to
rattle a bell, the sneak thieves will
think more of skedaddling away from
the sheepfold than of drinking the
smoking blood of the inoffensive sheep
The price of one fat sheep will pur-
shase a chime of bells that will save a
irruwlr lis-A nlmrwt everv other
county, is ovenun by a set of men and
i i :i nnni, L;it
IHIYB Wliu are uiertHicao cuuuu
the most inoffensive and useful of the
leathered tribe, ana it is not strange
uea. ine total extermination oi inese
allies of the farmer would prove disas
trous to our agricultural interests.
Bi-hop Piers Claughton states that
"the island of St. Helena has the most
.uuuaiuii;, " "
'.mKt faviralla In ihfl rrrowth nf
both tropical and European produc
tions. But these were of no avail for
many years, from the inroads ot vari
ous insects, and it was not until the
assistance of various Indian and Afri
can birds had been obtained that the
people were able to cultivate their
gardens with success This they are
now able to do. The same thing
true ot Ascension Island.'
The Life of A Bee.
Adair says there is a perfect system
eoverniuir the work of the bee that
contrary to former notions, which sup
posed that the different offices of the
bees are directed, as a system of police
iu a government, by a head, and were
executed by the exercise of reason and
discretion, they are involuntary, and
each bee in succession performs all the
duties. As it increases iu age, it
crowded outwardly by the develop
ment of others in the center. From
nurse in the brood nest, its labors are
transferred to the wax structure
thence to the gathering and storing of
honey ; and when it is no longer ot
u?e as a productive agent, it takes its
place in the living wall that protects
what it can no longer produce, and
finally cast off like the withered leaf,
Agricultural Discussions and
Clubs in Great Britain.
The Scottish Agricultural Gatetts, in
noticing the activity of farmers' club?,
and the current features of agricultu
ral history, says : .
"There is nothing like it in any olh
er profession, To be sure, no other
professions number so many members
on a given area of the country, but
this is not true of them as congrega
ted in our large towns. Where, how
ever, will you find that constant activ
ity of the pro'esaional mutual improve
ment prii ciple, whether in town or in
country, which one witnesses continn
ally in Agriculture ? . Every locality
has its plowing match and club, every
market town its monthly meeting for
discussion, every county iu annua'
show, every province its great Sum
mer meeting, and each of the three
kingdoms, its national gathering and
exhibition. And, as if these were in
sufficient to satisfy the appetite for
social co operation, there has grown
up another great organization within
the last two years, and chambers of
Agriculture have everywhere been
constituted for the purpose of ascer
tainiog the opinion ot the agricultural
body on public as well as professional
questions, and of thereafter urging
that opinion wherever it may beet bear
S. T. I860 X.
wonderful vegetable restora
tijt - the sheet anchor of thefeebU
debilitated. As a tonlo and cor-
dial lor the aged and languid it has
00 S11! among - stomachers. As a
fortlie nerT0U8 weakness to
J?cli women are especially subject,
" ".BU",rowuu5 VM7 ouiersumu
lant H climates, tropical, tern
P618 OT MgM, it acts as a specific
"7 species Of dl80rder Which
pntemtaei the bodily strength and
Direa? ?W the animal spirit.
Jan U. TS-lr.
" r,WWT" atn.mUlj.ms; the
- uur. Ti rnnil III Fall.
of middle age. bameak, reflnmnL in,
ueaim and beauty. . it ma truly be called
woman1! Crowning Glory, while men are rot
1IMeM1Dle w " iTantage and charm,
Few tulDK or dinuan than thin,
.Hair. wiu, head.nd
ook covena w la inndraff. via KaK..
land yoo eel and look like a new man.
inn m vou Lf eau KATHABIOBI will
do aU the time. The' charm which Ilea In
weu piaoea ma, Womy CnrU, Lnxnrlant
PIluuMAa a a. Jm W . a
i,c- uu Llcau eao, u noticeable an
Ho 1l TVmmI. a 13
a aw Minium suiu utmuiry duuvbi
J, W. DAVIDSON
Havtncirarcuaaedtbe Interest ot John O.
Martin, or the nrm of Davidson A Martin,
would Inform the public that he has filled np
IN HYATT'S BLOCK,
WITH A FULL and complete stock.
I TP.n TT:Vl OT1 TTfl T0
I ill VAavu w v a
And EVERYTHING usually kept In
First Class Crockery Store.
Of all Styles and Patterns
In endless variety of Hlxes and Style
All of which will be sold
Ch.82.D fbl? CtlSll OnlV.
I . w
agent fob the
Manhattan SUent SEWING
May S. 4871-tf.
A LAROK VARIETY of the celebrated
I J Beth Thomas Clocks : also, Clocks of al
sty lesana prices, ai u. w. jlissluo.
The Marvin House,
JAMES IBYEV, Proprietor,
Cor. Mala aad Freat Streets,
FIND LAY, OHIO.
OOD ACCOMMODATIONS AND PLENTY
VJ of Stable Koom. (April 22, lOTij
W. T. LTLC
r. C SSTMOUB,
W. T. LYLE & CO.
The Best Pictures
CAN BS OBTAINED AT
Weat Side, - -
CALL and SEE!
April 5,72-lj26 ''
A. cU Parker & Co;
Highest Cash Price
WHITE & BURR OAK STAVES,
And all kinds of
Hard Wood Lumbe.
Hancock Flouring Mill,
Special Election Notice
2b Uie Qualitcd Elector of Delaware toumth Ip,
Hancock county, OMo: -
WnKREtn. A request has been made to oa.
the TriMUsea of aald township, by one hand
tazoavlns electors of (aid town.
hip. to ca'l a meeting of the electors ot aald
township, at the nsual place of eUng.'to
Tote for or againai too wHwuuwwa ui uie
following proposed Railroad, under the at
of the Stale of Ohio, "to authorise counties,
cities, incorporated villages and townships to
build rail road a, and to lease and operate the
same," passed April SO.V1872; and
WHEBKASfUie wm reqncvv nuwura we
fnl inwina Dedications, to wit : Sard railroad
shall have the following term: nl ; Beginning
within the limits ol the Incorporated village
of Mt. Blanchard.aald township, and running
thence In a north-western direction to Find
lay. In said county. That thirty thousand
dollars, (CiO.OUU) shall be appropriated for Its
construction. 1 uai saiu iriuumi iimu uor-
row the said sum 01 money, -ana issue uie
hnml of tbe town&hlD for the payment there
of, as follows ; Said bonds to be issued In sums
of not less than Five hundred nor more than
One thousand Dollars, and to bear Interest at
the rate of eight per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually ; both principal and Interest
u ue iwiu mo . ' - " ' "
cock county. Ohio. Said bonds to be Issued
In fifteen series of two thousand dollars
each, with Interest eon pons attached, condi
tioned for toe payment o muu msm yvz oeuu
interest. The tirst of said series to be paid in
i.nnifmmlheiltol their issue: the
second In three years from the date of their
issue, and so on, ine ism iu aixiocn years
from the date ot their Issue. Said bonds to be
signed by tbe trustees of said township,
ana aiteateu oy uie ciex. mm
Now. In nurauance Of said request, von
are hereby notified above ot tbe contents of
ine aald request, anu, accuiuuiK iu saiu act,
and said request, are hereby called to meet
for a special election, at your usual place ol
Wednesday, August 21, 1872,
between the hours of ( A. M. and 6 P.M and
are rrouired then and there to vote for or
against the construction. In manner afore
said, of said ptoposed road and the several
matters auove specineu. ion wiu express
your opinion in regard to aald several mat
ters by votiug on your ballots, either "Kail
road Yes," or "Railroad No," as may be
your wlsu, as in said siaiuie nroviueo.
- HENRY DA VW.
Trustees ot said township of Delaware.
Closed for the Last Call.
of the old firm ol Honpt 4 Byal, has positive.
ly closed the nrm dooks, anu wiu continence
TO COLLECT BY LAW,
If not otherwise paid. A man that will bay
goods oe thirty, sixty, and ninety days' time,
and from that time UD to from one to sis
years, and cannot spare the time to call and
Httl& will DrobablvaDDreulate tbe kindness
oy uavmg tup note ur account as uw mi
USTICE OF THE PEACE'S OFFICE
for collection. If Mr. '.
A. B., C.D.,E. F.,G.H.,
I. J., K. L., M. N., O. P.
Q.R., S,T.,U. V..W.X,
" and XZ.,
have anv choice as to Justice of the Peace,
they will be kind enough to inform me of the
fact and by so doing appreciate the kindness of
N. B. Business la Business.
I still sell goods
CHEAP FOR CASH
July S, 1OT.
11 artne Kohrer, uss left my bed and board
itliouljusieauseor provocation, anu mat
rill pay nodublsof her contracting.
July U-Str DAVID KGHBEIl.
DR. JACOB CAKE,
The undersigned hasnracticed Dentistry for
TWLil lr.lutllyuilH r inuiay, uu con-
llnuestoallendloalicailsin nis profession.
I hereby give notice that I belong to no ring,
ana my prices nereaner wm ue as iouows
Set of Teeth from : $3 to $12.
Filling Teeth with Gold, ; $1.
For common sized cavity. Larger in
Sllver,Common Cavity, SOcta.
Larger in Proportion.
ALL OTHKft OPIBATIOSS
ONE HALF THE FORMER PRICES.
I mean business 1 Theseprlresshalleontlnne
lor one year : so come In and contract If yoo
need a Helot Xeetn.
NITROUS OXIDE GAS
1NASTMA TO THE GDM3 !
For relief of pain In extracting Teeth. My ex
perience renders the administration of Uie
above agents perfectly safe to the patients.
TERMS x t s i CAH.
ALL WOBK WAERANTED
MaySlTS-tf . . JACOB CABB.
TEN REASONS WHY
A FamVm ihenld he milUut m UUI
WHITTLESEY in tluh t.
Ist-Its-nirelitr. the wont cue cfll.lf
Cholio or Cholera Morbus ia issmouics.
. It will core the bom cbstiasw cw
Dyspepsia and Indlaastloa ins few
3d .-It it the best icntdy ts the world tor
Slok Headaehet as thousands caa tcasy.n
takes when the first symptoms appear.
4th. It is the best diuretic ever pet Wars
the public; curing those distressing complants,
Diabetes and Graval and other Urlaars
t h .It it a most excellent mmtn
BOKua, and to the Vounw Olrla. middle
as-ed Woman, and at the Turn of kiftda
remedjr it of incalculable value.
S t h. It will remove wind ntna the hovels,
and aeoce a few drops in tome sweetened waur
Siren to a babe is better than a doica cordials to
telle and maka it Slaap. Costaia.
ing no anodyae.
th It it a sure relief for adults and children
;fl Worms and Pin Worms.
It will bring sway the worms.
th. It will cure the PI ! sad He wlrT
V8JhT,,w''! ett Coaatlpatlonsndkeep
the bowels regular. It will also cure the wont cat
ofSummar Complaint and Dssaatary.
10th. It ill cur Sour Stoma
Stimulate tha Liver to healthy action.
Raliova Heart-Burn ud act as a gcnsul
CUlator of the system.
hen takea dilute the dose with Sugar anal
Water to a Win Olaaa full and oa
havea plaaaaat tonlo.
Whutjesey pysyepsia Cure) $r par buttle. ,
ttlesey Cough Granules .5c. per bottle.
boWby all druggisu and warraated.
Whlttlesej rYos. lea. f Tefees, t.
July 5, 1872. ly
FISH ! FISH ! !
ALL KINDS OP
iar onAHTiTiica to suit ..
BLACK et OO.'B Bpbaroldal Bpactaeles
li V ."v "is, untionu
In density, and of a higher refractive power
their perfect polish and spheroidal shase fair
toe dbsi materials, uniform
epberoiaa shape fuly
adaita thrnn ie the ease ami tmprovtunent o
To be had only of Q.W. KintmaL
Hancock con nty, at
M&l.m JAW miMXBXOBS
f ' i "fc'-a
. , ,, , -
ABE OFFERING) SOME BARGAINS IN
Hats, Caps, Boots & Shoes
Look at a List of Prices.
Thcv Sell a good Silk
They Sell a Good Kid Glove for : 1.00.
. w-w -mar ! 1 1 - .
They Sell a Heavy luusun yara wiae xucis.
They Sell a Fine Muslin yard wide 12cts.
They Sell Calicos at 5cts.
They Sell Calicos at 8cts.
They Sell the Best Calicos at lOcts.
They Sell a Good Corset at 50cts.
They Sell Lace Curtains for 20cts.
They Sell Corded Alpacas all colors 25cts.
THEY SELL THE BEST SHILLING GINGHAMS1N FINDLAY
They . Have a Nice
SPRING DRY GOODS, DREGG
GOODS, MILLINERY, HATS,
CAPS, BOOTS. SHOES &c.y
YOU CAN SAVE
GOING TO EATON'S STORE
It is Easy Enough, to Make
ra it. Yon will learn the
Store. Thousands have learned it
Parasol for $1.00
Stock of All Kinds of
WIHT TflB AE3TB.
LOTS OP MONEY BY
Money, but the Secret is
Secret by goiag to Eaton's
; J. G. STRACK,
ag unroll tus
GHOVKH Ac BAKER
New Improved Family
Sewing: Machine !
!' Arcadia Ohio.
rriHEGBOVERAifDBAKER MACBISE Is
I hhmIii . flMttlSMinnS. SI ADV ODfl CtB M(
by calling ar Mr Btrack's rooms. Just Boutb of
tne aiepos, rnra suey wm suwj
large stock, ana at prices uias
NEW GROCERY !
L ADAMS A CO. wonld say to tliecltlseni
. ol Benton and vicinity that they havees
Uullshed a Family Grocery In their midst,
and will keeD Flour. Fish, bait, and all kinds
of Qtoosrles. which will be sold at
They will pay Ptndlay prices, In CASH, for
Cash paid for Hides and Pelts.
Notice for Proposals.
Clerk's Opfick, Eaole Towhship,
UAJiOOCk t-ODNTY, STATS OrUBlUt
Juuellth, A.U., 1871
SEALED PROPOSAL8 WILL BE EECE1V
ed at thisoltloe uutil Monday, July 15th,
A. V., Ib72, at 1 o'clock P. M., for prucnrlng
the riyht of way, and for parchaiog all the
materials, and building, eonatrucUug, liridg
tlng aud ballasting a railway, ooinrneue-
iDKSta potns wnereine sjaaaaa-iv m samw-
riiie tvaiiway crosses sue nunu uu.
said Eagle township, aud thence la a south'
westerly direction unonsald road bed. In and
through said Eagle township to the point
where the aald Lake Erie Louisville Hall
way bed crosses the west line ol said Eagle
township, or as far as can be constructed for
the sum of ten thousand dollars In bonds of
said Kuala tnarntftiln.
oaiu railway ton. uie same gnage, ie ui
iron rails, cnairs ana lies as mat oi wo last
Erie at Louisville Hallway at its present ler
minus in r luuisy, unio.
P. H. POWELL, '
Trustees of Eagle township, Hancock Coun
Prraa Lisa, Township Clerk. td.
I MAKE a Specialty or the Elgin Watch
tile best in the market. Call and see It.
lum71 U. W.1C1MMEL.
A reward nf One Thousand Dollars
will be paid to any Physician who
will produce a uiedlclue that will
.uDDlvthe wants of the people bet
ter man uie aracie aoowu aa
, UK. FAIIBNEY'8
Celebrated Blood CleanierorPanacea
It must be a better Cathartic, a better Altera,
tire, a better tiudorinc, a better Dinnstie, a
better Tonic, and in every way better than
tbe Panacea. No matter bow long It has
been in o or now laseiy aiscoverea. Atjove
all it most not eon tain anything hot PtiKkxy
A reward of FlveHnndrad Dollars will be
nald lor a mwion. snas wm
ly cure more cases of Costivenesa, Con
stipation, Sickland Nervous Headache, Livei
f ....,ii.int Killous Disorders. Janndlce.Rhen
...'. 11 . . . i 1 1 .ml S?awa
Tane Worms, Boils. Tumors. Tetters, Ulcers,
mausni, """,'"'? , t't, '
gores. Pains In the Loins, bid.
MJ11S, 1UUIUIB. jmini viim.
Pains tn ine ijOins,oiue sou uesu,iuu
Blood Cleanser or Panacea
Which ts used more ektansl vely by practicing
pnysn iu j r -
known. , , " . ,
And cleanse your
Blood: Price. II 15 per
recommended. Prepared for
Western Trade by Dr P.-Fahrney. Chicago,
and Ohio and eastern Trail oy
Uis., au p FAHKN EY'8 BROo. A CO.
Wavneenoro, r ranaun cooniy, rras
..b a.p iir. P. Fahrnev's Blood Cleanaei
made at Waynesboro, ra-. and Chicago, ills
-. tosiimoniala. and otbei
kuiArt and uses oi toe tsuooi
hrrmatlon. sent free of charge
sold by wholesale and retail
W. L- Miller tk Oo.( Dnggltta,
RUTHEATJFF. & COHTS:
WILL BUT A riKST CLASa
DOUBLE SHOVEL "PLOW
Warranted to give Satisfaction.
FOB A . -FIRST-CLASS
EET01TDIGH0BSE HAY HAKE
:, CAIX AT .
RUTH RAUFF1 GORKI
Best Cliiirn !
I a" TOT
US T !
SDLKY HORSE HAY RAKE
OF ALL klstDa -
ROTHRAUFF 4 CORY'S
87 main Street.
Now receirlDs a lull and complete stock of
HATS & CAPS,
SPRING S SUMMER TRADE
07 1872. ALSO
At firestt BasOaa at CHWiB'S,
nov 19-1 j
G- "W. MYERS
W. H- WHEELEK
Have formed a Partnership for the pur
pose of Baying ana iMatms; ta
Hard Wood Lumber
ha t are now prepared to contract for fa
tare aeu very, or wui
Every day for any amount of
BUck and White WALNUT,
. White ASH, Etc. Etc.
Will represent them with power to eontrae
or transact any business for them.
JflntUay.No. 17, Kfll-tt
JOHN SHULL & CO.
' STAHUVACTDMRS Of
siw luini n au inns oi
Lath. Shingles, Etc.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
N. B. Ws man u fact are all kinds of finish
for Joiners' nso, such as MOULDINGS, AK-
EU- BKACKETS. and all kinds of 8CKOI
I'ASTINUH. BASK. COKNIC
8AW1NCI and TUJtNINU.
Plana and Detail, for Bnlld
Ingn forniahetl wlthttnt
Where we tarnish Lumber for the same.
Highest Market Price
Paid fur sU kinds of Lnmber
Owci ABO Yabd
West Cr Btree, North Bide,
Dec-ly. FINDLAY, OHIO
NEW DISH STORE
A kXTBjrsrva AaaoBTstcrr or
All are Interested !
1 NY ONE wishing to purchase a Watch,
AM. bioca. ur jewexry, snonia eau on
' G. W. Klmnel,
Who takea pleasure In showing goods, and
warrasiss every uuug so oe aa ae represenus.
usi a -s
A LL KINDS of Watch and Clock Repaired
J. and all Jobbing belonging to his line
Buy. and Warran
EBLING'S MELODEON HiLL
He wonld respectfully state to his friends an
CS Ha Q "21? IHI 1L '.ECT . C!D-
CL0HE8, CASIM ipM-"
HATS, CAPS; TRUNKS.
AndEverytMnglnth lineof j
GENTS' FUKNISHMx 'GOODS.
Which he Is selling far
fiiB mmi thj. mmza i
la under hla own aaperrUlon, and after an expeleneeofai yean, he flattera Himself that ha
cangetnpankeerUtforltwHnioney. than any house in Northwestern Ohio. Us aniDloya
none but the very best workmen. anU will get yon up a salt tlhw " v J
. , - - - . .
Dont Forget the Place, ZEBLODEON
CLOTHING HOUSE, East Side Main Streetl
Would call the . attention of the
. . m . .
J'AXLES, CUTLERY AND BELTING,
WOOD WORK FOR WAGONS & -BUGGIES.
And all goods osnally kept In their llae.
NISHWITZ'S PULVERIZING HARROW
Moine Walking Cultivator, "; " . J
The best implement ol its kind maniiiietured,
Clipper Mower and Reaper,
mmm combud lioim and seip-rakr-
The only Successful Self-Hake in nse. We also tell '
QUAKER SUl PLOWAmClpiEOT
And Plows of different manufacture, second to none in the f q: "
as a call before making your purchases, and we, will give yoo satistioa at
- Hanafactares sad
The pnblle are Invited to call and examine
keep eonstantijr on nana ana manursetnre ta oitaax
Dresslni? Bueaua; Centre Tables, Wash
Sofas and Sociables; Tablet. Bewina;
liedsteads, eyary vanaty, rarior a i-iicnen rursiu
Onr work Is made br the best of workmen,
me In savins that It will oe found seeond to
same can be bought at any other establishment
purchasing elsewhera, aa we will guarantee
Aeut fur the Celebrated
Tha Best. Easiest, Cleanest and MOST LASTIN
Bhop and Hates ttooms on west Main Cross
rindlay, Ohio, Aguat i, l&71-3uu
si wa.Jt i
J patrons, tnat ha haajnaSsm.!.'.
- - -4 . .
balow an his competitors. .
public to their larg
hey are also Agent for .tha celebrated
THE FOLLOVG !
deals la all kinds of,
his large and anr,
ailed stoesr "sr. ....-. " t
are of every ifaacrlptloaT '
, d8I fjuality ud uis.
I 11 sk Laas-t m s. a ml
and of tha Terr
none in thaeount
and I wuf saH ZZZZtZ
la Haaeoek i
u"'i a oalTasrOra
srd ta work aad miasm. & ijui
satisiacuon tn I
O MATTRIS& JTVKB MADst. rvn .
street, feast of a it
I ' n.nn
I un....ns M. . I I I I W S W S.W I V.
1 yawdekber6,v I f 1 1 "j , '
Mi? IT IfMiaWS;
Pawl A P-1 OTH STD V E A H D Tl N WflB E ESTA D I S 1 1 r.1 E fJ T
. . Z ' They sxe now receiving, and keep constantly on hand,
The EXTENSION, SENATOR, LEADF.H tTUBILEE COVEREIG17' HI
The Wild Rose,
T u. ItL OH. JLTST) IT E A T T TV'
And an ; Endless Variety of Tin, Sheet Iron
Our IMPROVED LARD CANS -are the
1 " nTiiwi-s I :
SOT k AMM1IK'S'
and many other First
PARLOR COOK STOVE, has no equal. We haTtT
1 w i
a FnlL Sopply of T."l
- Clas3 COOS STOVES.
- " TH.
and Clopper .172) ;:; f
best ever offered